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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1924)
FRIDAY MOANING, JULY U. , 1924
Salem's Grektt Market Place
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WOOD FOR SALE 11 :
SPECIAL PRICES FOR A FEW PAYS
oa excellent sconl growth fir in 2
rord lota or more. Phone 1853.
IS INCH OLD FIR, 4 FOOT OLD FIR
wroBd growth oak and ash. Phone
19F3. M. O. Meyfield. ll-J6tf
18 INCH OLD FIR 98 A CORD. 16
lack dry aecond growth. Phono 130114
18 INCH OLD FIR. 4 FOOT OLD FIR.
seeead growth oak and ah. Phone
19F3. . Il-jne27tl
WHY NOT BUY THE BEST OAK, ASH.
first and second growth Fir at reason
able prices. Phono 1879W. U-jty2S
TOR SAL DRY SrOOJTD GROWTH ft
wood. 4 - ft. foe. Uuaeeiete deliver?
: Phono JM 4-flls
BEST GRADE OF WOOD 4 FT. AND
Dry mill wood.
Dry Second Growth fir.
' Dry eld fir.
4 foot Ash and Oak.
Prompt delivery and reasonable price
- Fred E. . Wells, S80 South Chorea,
Phono 1 543. - tl-nel
WANTED employment 12
EXPERIENCED HAND WANT8 POST.
. tioa as manager of apartment or room
ing; noose. References flvea. Address
4098, care Statesman. , j 12jljl3
HARRIED MAS WITH 20 YEARS EX
." perienca in dairy and grain farming
wanta ranch en shares or wages. Have
best references. Write L. B. Ness, 726
S. 40th St., Tseeasa, Washington.
WANTED mlaceUaneoiu IS
WANTED A WAGON,
RANCH WANTED TO RENT OR MAN
m en -nepeentare. Virht consider low
i v.....!..... . k A A hi full T 1 f-n.
puv.,avr. ' u . . . . ..... f
Isrs. Frank Leone lie, Gen. DeU Salem.
WANTED BLACK MAZZARD-SKEDI-ing
cherries. Pick them dead ripe.
Pearcy Brea, 23T Stste. j 13-J13
BASEMENT DIGG1HO AND TEAM worl
, by eealrees. OaJl isTi. Is-aprl7t
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TV
take farm paper sabsariptieas. A foo.
propoaition to the right people. Ad
dreae the Paeifie Hemeeteea. Btateeasai
Bide Salem. Or. . ;. j "
nuUUBI Till SUVIIUSSIB SUM
and reraitare for sash. Phoae all
' , - - SS-evwf
MJSCELLANEO US 14
FOR SALE SIX ROOM HOUSE, TWO
Iota. barn. Highland; Ford truck or
tractor considered ; term. Phone own
er, 2U24-W. 14-jl5
WE BUILD CABINETS OF ALL DE
i eigne ia new or old houses. Price and
workmanship are guaranteed aatisfae
tory. Phono 1787-M. 14 jl3
XXJECTRIC AND ACETYLENE Welding
service. C. D. Oppen, S49 Ferry and
17tk aad Oak.. 14-jlylS
WOOD8AWINQ PHONE 142. 14-lylS
IN 80 RE IN SURE INSURANCE. "OON
eordia." None belter. Mrs. Moyer.
i 147 X. Commercial ft. Boon 6.
i 14 JnelSU
PBEFABX NOW FOR A RAINY DAY
The reef man. repair aad reps in
" rear roof while the i sua shines.
Phoae 1$7 , . 14-inelO.
'HELP WANTED female 17
WANTED WOMEN iTO " WORK ON
berries. Northwest Canning Company,
: Trade aad Liberty Sts. Phone 415.
. ; 1T-19
HELP WANTED male 18
EXPERIENCED ELECTRIC WIREMAN.
Address P. O. Box 33A. or phono 690R,
Albany. Ore. - 18-jlylt
male and female.
LOGANBERRY PICKERS Phone 88F31
I . 19-ilyl2
WANTED LOGANBERRY PICKERS:
8 milea south eni 'Liberty road. - R. C.
Day. L-J. r l-jly!2
LOGANBERRY PICKERS. PHONE 49F5.
O LOST AND FOUND 23
LOST SMALL BLACK . AND WHITE
dog. Answer to nam of Buster, Re
Ward. Phone 31 4M. ; 22-jlyll
L08T POCKET BOOK ' ON TILLA
moob road, containing $55.- Return to
21 Center St. 22-jly4tf
LOST 80METHINC FI3ID ITT PHONE
a want ad to The Statesman. Phone 23.
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL,
paper pnbliahed. : FREK for at amp.
-Correspondent. Toledo, Ohio. ' 2a-a8
eaOTXBNMXNT LOANS ON FARMS SH
er eowt. P. L. Wilkiaeoa. S02 U. S.
Nsriwoal ttanfc hMf - e-aprOH
HEAL ESTATE city 25
: ' FOR SALE "
Speculator's opportunity No reas
onable offer refused for 100 ' by 120
" aortheast corner block 19. Nob Hill
; annex, at intersection of Electric ave.
i and South Winter St, Herbert Haid,
Owner. 267 N, Liberty Su 25 jlylltf
' FOB SALjE OR RENT '
New four room modern bnngalow
oa paved street and ear line. Ready
to occupy. Price $2500; $300 down,
$35 per month. Rental $25 per month.
W. H. GRABENIIORST ft CO.
75 State St. ' .. i . ; 25-jlyl2
WIUT WE CAN OFFER TO A MAN
WITH LITTLE MONEYl"
$30006 room bungalow, paved street,
A snap. Terms. ;
.$20004 room bungalow, basement,
furnace; good terms.
If you havo the equipment and $1000,
..I can sell yon 157 acres, excellent
.'soil, $ miles from Salem, good
road. Will give 20 years to pay
balance. " t
" RICH" L. REIMANN
807-308 Oregon Bids; Phone 1013
-'.. f i ' 25-jtylltf
Wanted $200O loan on a $5300 Sa
lem residence. - -i
Wanted sew 5 room modern resi
dence eaat or south for all cash.
Want a $1900 loan on a $5000 well
improved acreage very close to Salem.
Want a 4 or 5 room bnngalow east
or north, for about $2250, with terms
ef $1000 rsshjnd $25 aad interest
seoethtr. - 1 .-I
Want 100 or more acres suited for
general farming further out for well
' improved 26 acre fruit tract close to
REAL j ESTATE city j i
; . FOR SALE.
1 East front lot near the corner of
K" and Winter Mre:s. Take tip
from us, a bargain at f H.10. Terms to
suit; Krueger. 147 North Commercial
St. f Phone 217. I T ? 25-jIylltf
j J ATTENTION '
Do you want to exchange yonr Salem
residence for suburban , home or farm
property I ;
Do you want to exrhange your acre
age or farm property for residence or
business property? ; i
i Do you want to exrhang your prop
erty tor farm in Canada. Kansas, Neb
raska. Washington, southern or eastern
Oregon f i
Do you want to bny a coty bungalow
home on easy payments) ' , .
j'-' Do you want to hity a farm or acre
- age on easy : t rras !....!(
I , If. so call and see our lists.
2 room furnished apartment for rent.
18 room apartment for sale or ex
: PERRINE A MARSTERR (
Commercial Club Bldg J 23 jlylltf
THREE ROOM HOrSE, LARGE LOT,
1 paved street; $1650. j j i
: ' room house, barn, paved street,
'cement walk; $1900. s
5 room new bungalow, paved street,
$3500; $400 'down, $35 a month.
large business corner, $19,000.
Fairmount Heights lot, $2200. . !'
. Fairmount Heights lot, $600.
Other lots and housea close in for
i GERTRCDE J. W. PAGE
492 North Cottage 25 jlylOtf
BARGAINS ONE OF THE BEST homes
in Sooth Siilf-m, near Lincoln achool;
two lots; 7 rooms; modern, $3500 ;
terms. ; - ''((''"
6 room, plastered,' : modern except
heat, two lots, frtiit, $2500. $300 cash,
.rest like rent. North Salem.
New house; plastered, modern except
heat, 1 $2000 : very easy terms.
- - Booming 'honse and apartments, fur
niture and lease. Want car. Paying
business. See Barber, 200 Gray Bldg.
,!.;' :: i I ' 25-jlylOtf
FOR 8.41 BY OWNER MODERN
three room plastered house. Large lot.
O a rare, fruit trees. 270 Rural. Phone
1130W. i i 25-jlyll
rOR SALE MODERN 8 ROOM HOUSE,
basement, built-ia features, garagei 181
South 14th St. i 25-ml8tf
; ; ? GOOD BUNGALOW BUYS r!
4 large rooms with breakfast f nook.
: and built ins. ' Large bath room,- hall
aad closets. : Full cement basement, f ur
nace and laundry trays. Garage and
r paved street, i Only four blocks from
: postoffice. A real buy for $3800 with
: trrms. . ;
( 5 rooms with lsrjre bath room, ball
; and .built-ins. Hardwood floors, fire
j place, basement, laundry trays and fur
; nare. Paved street. : Fairmnnnt Park
addition. Price only $4300 with terms,
j 5 room bungalow of stucco finish,
: modern in every way in North Salem.
: Price $5000 with terms.
H room bungalow in East Salem. just
i built, for $340O with best: of terms.
These are all new bungalows; you
can have immediate possession.
See us to buy your home.
. CHILDS ft BECHTEL .' i
540 State St. i ; 25-jly9tf
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. COME
. in and look these over :
$3200 buys this II room modern
bungalow on Wilson street, south lot,
50x100, a sure bargain. Also 22 acres
near . Independence, no buildings. ; on
highway; price $3000. Will trade
both for modern residence in Salem.
Ore., up to 43O0. i : '
$2650 buys a 4 room cottage on
North 17th street, plastered, basement,
. pavement, lot 43x135.
4 room bungalow in Richmond dis
trict, new; come in and look it over.
Price only $2150; $200 will handle.
t Here ia a real trade 9 room mod
era cottage, nearly new, ea Marion
street ; partly Vented and bringing a
. fine income. Price $9000 ; ! will ; trade
tjt a farm near Salem. !
80 acres . of fine river bottom land
all in cultivation; 3 room cottage, good
welt and pump, 4 acres logana, 24
acres in filberts, one year old. Will
trade for city property er what have
; yout ...!.
C acres of fine land near the city
limits of Salem. Fine 6 room semi
bungalow, good barn and outbuildings,
5 acres of fine wheat ready to cut;
all for $6500 or V will trade for city
property. 1 i : .
Moisan & Ulrich
122 North Commercial.
, 25 J6tf
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 7"
wording "For Sale, Enquire at." Pries
10 eenta each. Stateamaa Bnsineas
- Office. Ground Floor
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR i
3 modern 5 room homes in Salem.
2 modern 8 room homes in Salem,
1 modern 7 room home in Salem.
Call and let us know what you have.
McGIl CHRIST ft PENNINGTON
Boon 209, U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 140.
; ! 25-jne28tf
FOR SALS GOOD BC8INESS LOCA
tion, close in, ideal for filling atation.
If you want a businesa site see this.
r For trade, 3 lots with 14 year old
fruit trees ia Oregon City. East front
close to school sod Just off highway
to trade. Would make a beautiful
home.- Will trade for smsll house in
Salem, balance cash. Mr a. Moyer. 147
N. Commercial St. i 25-jne25tf
FOR SALE OR RENT 5 ROOM FUR
aished bungalow $2800.
6 room modern bungalow, , close in,
furnished throughout, $6300. -
5 room new bungalow, basement,
furnace, fireplace, aleeping porch, ga
rage, oak and fruit trees, $4500.
- New 6 room bnngalow, hardwood
floors, basement, furnace, fireplace,
double garage, $5250.:
5 room new bnngalow, corner lot,
$4200; $500 down, $40 a month.
Lots, close in for sale by.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 North Cottage, i - 25-jne27tf
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY T",
wording "For Boat," price 10 cants
each. Stateemaa Buaiaess Office, oa
DE ATM i
REAL ESTATE city 25
FOR SALE REAL BARGAINS
$2850.00 Njpw four room modern bun
gslowj locat-d 10 blocks out
.Sort hi $MtO down, balance $3l
per iponth to include interest.
Ready to occupy.
$3650.00 -Si room modern bungalow
with -basement, fireplace, hard
wood floors, located on N. Sum
mer street. $1000 down will
$2100.00 J acres located one mile
east of Fairgrounds with ii room
bungalow built two years; ago.
. Terms1 cash. j : - .
$2500.Gt New four room bnngslow
located on paved street and car
line, jrendy to occupy, ,$300
down; balance $35 per month to
' Include interest.
$5250.00 -"-.Completely modem five
room I bungalow $ on corner lot,
, one block from car line, located
' 12 blocks out. Terms.
$2700.00- 71 room home located 7
I blocks North on Liberty street.
I Easy. 'terms.
$2300.00 4 room cottage located seven
) blocks out. Terms.
Sl.VW.'OO 4j room honse located nine
1 blocks out on S. f'om'l St., $300
j down.l balance monthly.
We write Kire Insurance
W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO., -i
. i Realtors
275 State St Phone 515. 25-jlylltf
WOODS BARGAINS NINE ROOM
.bouse, close in, $2000. Seven room
bouse, close in on pavement, $2700.
,Ten room house, good location, I $3500.
New bungalow, $1250. Nine room
strictly modern honse, swell location.
$7500. 320 acre dairy ranch, $35 pr
acre; take part city property.
F. L. WOOD
341 State St. 23-j6tf
287 HOUSES FOR SALE BY ACTUAL
Want to select from. ; Several farms
tor trade. Fair Equitable dealing.
FLEMING REALTY CO.
. 341 State St. 23-jIy4tf
MODERN SIX IROOM HOUSE COM-
and artistically furnish
ed. See owner oa premises, eorner Oak
TEN BEAUTIFUL i-aCRE HOMESITES
just beyond city limits; high, .sightly,
wonderful view. I Each $400. 10 per
cent down, $10 a month if taken soon.
Splendid value. Harris, Phones 1013,
1942.T ! I 25-jneStf
BUSINESS opportunities 26
BUSINESS ! INVESTMENT
i If you are looking for a good busi
ness $3000 fd $10,000. ' come in and
see Mr. FlemingJ Room 7. at 341 State
St. Your business held confidential.
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
REAL ESTATE trades 27
5 room new modern home for small
house. ' . : : :
7 room plaslered bouse and 4 lots.
Price $2500; Want email 3 or 4 room
'24.acre end small house. Price
want to aeree with buildings.
10 acres, a cultivated, with fair. wmii- r r
buildings. Price! $2500: want good va-
cant lots. TH0MAS0N, 331 tSate
r, . . il . O il.lltf !
BEAIj ESTATE farm 28
A 920 ACRE FULLY EQUIPPED EAST
ern Oregon stock ranch, including 60
bead cattle for sale at $10,000. A
Willamette Valley farm up to $5,000
will be accepted in part payment,
A. C. BOIIRNSTEDT J '
147 X' Commercial St.. Salemi. Ore r on.
i 28 ilyiotf
48 acres all (n cultivation and fine
soil, dandy barn and comfortable house,
on paved highway 8 miles of Sstem.
dandy stream of water, timber for fu-1.
Has $2000 worth of cows, hogs, chick
ens, team, farm; machinery, snd 35 tops
of hay. The best I have ever listed
for $9000; some cash and a small home
in or near Salem.
38 acres partly equipped for $4500;
part trad?. '
-18 acres Polk county, 4 of bearing
fruit, comfortable buildings, 3i miles of
Dallas, $3200; terms.
Oregon Bldg. mi i i n i 1 1 28y 1 ?
USED CARS for sale 31
OVERLAND. GOOD RUNNING ORDER,
good 'rubber, $90. Inquire at 251 Mi
sion street. j " : 31-jlyl3
1922 Ford touring ;..J....$225
i 1922 Chevrolet oupe A-l shape $475
: 1923 Dodge roadster, cord tires
brund new .......I , $725
BONESTEELE MOTOR CO. V
I ! 31-jlyl3
THESE CARS HAVE BEEN TAKEN IN
on Parkarda and reconditioned for aale.
Franklin d -mi-sedsn one of the latest
models, driven 'only 4000 miles, fully
; equipped. 3 spots, trunk rack, bumper
and five balloon tire.. Front seat turns
back for sleeping accommodation. Six
hundred dollarsj less than cost.
1922 Buick 7 passenger with Rex en
closure top,' fully equipped with almost
new tires, finish . in fine condition,
.$12SQ. I"- - i
Late model Jordan, 7 passenger fully
. equipped, $700.i i
Liberty chummy roadster, $400.
All cars guaranteed and to be sold
'on liberal terms!.
MaeDONALD AUTO CO.
Serviee Station. 5CO Ferry St. 31-jlyl3
CARS FROM AW
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
.$ 85 to $350
$ 75 to $325 :
$275 to $450
$225 to $450
$ 65 to $275
$ 85 to $385
$125 to $225
All car are guaranteed. Liberal terms.
See our low priced cars for fruit haul
ing aad outiDg trips, $65 to $150. i
: VALLEY! MOTOR CO.1
Phone 1995 260 N. High St.' 31-jneStf
rEOM THE BCTAJtf
UXXKS OUT CLEWS
THE DfTfeUE IS
RESCUED ANO FINDS
swir crop svjey jonT
fOLLOltfED "0? AMEElCA
' By DETfeCTivd-
: CEftmfe IA!
... - !':
USED CARS for sale 31
1922 GardiiVr touring, first class
i shape $M4 .
1923 Stari coupe, A-l shae $625.
'1917 Ford touring, $(.,
r BURDETTE ALBEE MOTOR CO.
18t Mouth High Phone 1828. : 31 jit
r 1 '
t Before You Buy
J.OOK AT A
255 N. CHt'DCII ST.
1921 i'hev: touring, new paint, spot
. light, wind hi)d cleaner, ' new - tirea;
; $275. - , -
122 Overland touring, looks like
! 1920 Iodge roadster, new: paint.,
spot light, wind shield cleaner, snub
1920 CheV. baby grand sedan, new
paint, visor; spot light, mirror, plush
upholstery, bright and clean; $400.
. 192 Buirk ( touring, a beautiful
car to drivei or look at; $495. i
1921 Ntndcliakr light 6, original
paint, bright as new; $695.
1922 Hupmolnle special touring,
bumper, spot, vizor, disc wheels, mir
ror, wind shield cleaner; $775.
These cars are overhauled and are
j ready for bard service. .c
Certified Public Motor
' H. Car Market -
; j ' ' 31-J12
CHEVROLET j TOURING. GOOD TIRES.
looks good and runs good, $90. Nearly
, n'w : Ford touring car; we can save
- you a lot of money on tass.
NEWTON CTEVROLET CO.
' . 31-)8tf
NEW CORPORATIONS I
- ; .
The following article of incor
poration were filed yesterday
with W. E.f Crews, state corpora
tion commissioner:.- ,
Kstacada lodge "No. 14G, A. F.
& A.' M. Building ' association.
Kstacada; incorporators, G. E.
Lawrence, G. F. Rose, C. S. Allen
and others;' assets, $10,000.
Johnson-Kelson Painting com
pany, Portland; incorporators,
Aloph F. Johnson, John Nelson,
Marian Walker; capital, $3000.
Silverland Duck club,; Portland;
incorporators, Plowden Stott,
Florence Rogers, Harry G. Haug
steri; capital, $5000.
A permit was issued t pthe Un
derwriters Salvage company, a
New York corporation capitalized
at $100,000. to operate in Ore-
" '"i"1" "'". "l tu,r
land is attorney in fact for Ore-
: Notice of an increase in capital
from. $200,000 to $400,000 was
filed . by the Pacific Spruce
Northern! Railway company.
Notice of a decrease in capital
from $10,000 to $4000 was filed
by the Auto Clearing; House of
Notice of dissolution was filed
by the Eugene Wash company of
Eugene. : i
Esther Friedman to Open
j La Follette Campaign
Word ha.s been received that
Esther Friedman, national organ
izer for the Socialist party, will
speak here August 25 at a meet
ing that will launch the La Fol
lette campaign in this section of
the state, (it. R. Ryan is chair
man of the organization that will
have charge of the meetings in
the county if .
Miss Friedman is expected to ex
plain 1 how j the "elected represen
tatives and trusted officials of the
American government have been
bribed and debauched,"and "how
the American people are tired of
graft and corruption and demand
new progressive ideas f from the
Republican, Democratic Progres
sive, Socialist and Farmer-Labor
She is to speak from
steps of it the court
will give a second talk
onr the same place Sunday aft
ernoon, September 3.
Salem Cherries Arrive
Safely in New York
1 . ' .;
According to word received by
Gpbel '& Day from a carload of
cjierries that had arrived in New
York, the! fruit arrived in excel
lent condition. f
, Seven carloads have jbeen ship
ped to date and it is expected that
the firm will send out 'about five
more before the season closes.
The remainder of the fruit went
to various: other cities jh the east
and middle west.
Though i the fruit has been
watched carefully, there has not
honn n Hlrielf. rhprr Worm found!
so far, it was reported!
(All rights protected by The George Matthew Adams
X ... UELL
' Of Reliable . Business
AMBULANCE SERVICE, DAT OB Bight.
Phono ' 6ng. 17a Booth Liberty.
P. N. WOODuy
Expert Livestock, furniture, real estate
Bee. 1010 N. Summer Phoae 511 for
sale j dates.
I L. E. TALBOTT i
Phoae 470 S02 C. 8. Beak Bldg.
; O. 8ATTEBLXB
i - Auetionasring
Booms 25 26, Breyuian Block
Phone )( or 1211J. ? )ne-12tf
AUTO PAIN TIN O
HAVE US REPAINT TOUR CAB WITH
our sew permanent finish. .
' Huujtt CAaa
' High Street at Trade.
WILLAMETTE JUNK CO.
Buyers of old cars, metal!, rags, paper.-
Auto wrerkingv Parts for all cars
60 to 75 per cent off list price. 975 N.
Commercial. Phone 588. m-25-tf
Cylinder grinding, crank sbsft true
lag. -We're specialists. Donerite Ma
chine Shop. Automotive -i machinists,
848 Ferry St.
BATTERY AJTD ELECTRICIAN
JOE . WILLIAMS
PRESTO-LITE BiTTBBf SERVICE
Station. T5rpert battery aad electrical
work, j rerrta Broa, Phone 1801, 413
B. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
a tarter aad generator work; 171 South
Commercial. ' "
aiOTCXBS AJTD BwaxBZKO
LLOTD B. BAMSDEN DAYTON BICY
clee and repairing: 887 Court.
CARPET AND BUG WEAVWO
SALEM I CARPET CLEANING AND
" fluff Bug Worke Rag aad fluff rugs
woven any size without seama. New
mattresses . made to order.- Old mat
tresses remade. Feathers renovated. I
bay all kinda of old earpete for fluff
rugs. 18 to and Wilbur streets. Phone
1154. Otto F. zwicser. rrop
DR. L. T. DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 158 B. Hifh St.. Phone 288.
DB. a. P. SCOTT.. GRADUATE Hi
ttonel Uaiversity Sciences, - Chicago
Masonic Tew'e. Phone 640.
DR. O. L. SOOTT. PSO CHIROPRACTOR,
, 414-19 U. 8. Bank Bldg. Phooa 87;
res. 828-R. - 1 ' ' v '
CLEANERS At DYERS
SALEM i CLEANERS AND DYEB8. .1215
S. Commercial. Phone 1868. We spe
cialite on oaedayeervje;
CIVIL, CONSULTING, OONSTRCCTIUN
- Conatructing angiaser. Surveys, eati
msUs. Jne. H, Neei, 819 Oregon
Bldg Phone TT5. '
FOR CEMENT WORK CALL AT 486
N. Summer street. Pbone 674 J.
CHERBY , CITY CONTRACTING CO
General contracting and building. Esti
mates gladly furnished. Phoae 1867B
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BI TH"
wording fDreesmaking": price .10
aeata each. ' Statesman Buaiaeee Office
Ground fTor. ' - ' 1 '
SALEM ELE0TBI0 OO.MASONIC
bailding. Phone 1800. -
CLBCTRIO FIXTUBES AND SUPPLY
Oo. Phoae 1984, 222 N. Liberty.
FLEENER ELECTRIC COj
Boose wiring by hour or contract. Es
timates furnished. Phone 9S0. 471
Ooart St. '
HAT.TK ELECTRIC .
"137 Court St.
Phone 488 '
Res. Phone 702 J
LOANS LOANS LOANS
eaa make your farm or city loaaa, beet
aorriee given. If yoa need a lon. see
sue; aad if yoa have money to place,
aee me I always have takers. G. W.
Laflar. Oregon hldg.
- t- ,,' " LOANS
'"' -J Farm aad City.'
Most liberal rates aad payment
SOS Ore. . Bldg. . Salem, Ore.
- f 8-tf
e LOANS under reserve system
on elty or farm property Reserve Do-:
posit company, 78 Fourth Street, Port
land, i Or -
Service Trade Mark Registered TJ.
svwTiM-TioB?! $aW0 rtSV EPISODE-
an Professional Firms Amnged ia Alphabetical
Order for Quick! Reference
ANDERSON ft RUPERT
- 406; Oregon Building
tAB.il LOINS LESS INTEREST,
longer time; at eommissioa. Protects
; against adversity. City loaaa, lowest
rates, monthly instalments, pre-payment
privileges. J. O. Siegmand. room
, ft. over LadTd Bush bank.
On Improved property or fog
improved purposes. .
THE BEST aad easiest
way to! pay on loaa is our
vonthly installment plan.'
96 payments of
repays ; a loan of
IqalteIe Savings A Loaa
J , Assa. I
ANDERSON a RUPERT,
I 'Agents j . jv
40ft Oregon Building '
1 i -r t
IP YOU WANT TO GET THB BE8T
. farm pape, send 15e to the Pacifle
HomesteadJ Salem, Oregon for a three
months' trial subscription. Mention
this ad. ! i 1
POULTBYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
eent a tain pa for special three months'
trial for the best and oldest journal ia
the weat. IThe articles and advertise-'
scents - aref of special interest to the
poultry breeders of the Northwest.
' Northwest s Poultry Journal. 311 Com
mercial street, Sklem, Oregon.-
CUT PLOWERS. WEDDING B0UQUET8
funeral wreathe, decorattoaa. 0. T.
Breithaoptl florist, 128 N. Liberty
Phono 80j I
SALEM MORTUARY, FUNERAL DIRXO
tora. 210 Center. Pbone 1850.
G1E3E PURNITURE CO.
furaiture for lesa aaoaey.
U A L I TT
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
; and second hand, furniture; 871. X.
GARDEN PLOWING, I DISCING, GRAD
ing, top djrt. Tucker. 1125J. m4tf
HEMSTITCHING, STAMPING. PAT
ing. Thai Petite Shop, Booas 5, over
Busieks. . 1 n29tf
SALEM ELITE H EM8TIT0HI NG
pleating, buttona, stamping and needle
work; 32 Oregon bldg. Phone 879
E. IMILLERi HEMSTITCHING
stamping, buttons, i Room 10, over- Mil-
ler'a store Phone 117
dr. l. g. altman; HOMEOPATHIST.
- Doea a general practice. Treats Goiter,
Gall Stones, and Dropsy, arising from
diseases of heart, liver tor kidneys
without operation. Office and resi
dence, 394 N. .Liberty St, Salem, Or.
WARREN T. POWERS '
Life. AScident. Fire. Automobile
219 V. S.-Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Phone 607
Tsaacs 1 - nil i.- ttt im
D. H. MOSHIR TAILOR FOB MEN
and women, 474 Court St.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 818 8.
; Liberty street. Phone 25. oldest -,
; largest Ijest. EaUbliahed 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work; prompt service; 1264
' Broad sy' Phone 165 - ' '
The beat buys in hand
luggage and trunks.
MAX O. BUREN
179 N. Cora'l. Salem
MOUNTAIN BALM 00UGH KEMIDY
f hone 517-W. ' ' ' : ' :
A OOUBiSB IN BUSINESS PIANO
playing. ! Populsr syacopsted standard
music. Semi-elassie snd ballads 13
1'saons. Watermen Piano SchooL Mc-
: Oornack Bldg. - '
! MUSIO STORES
SHERMAN, CLAY CO, PIANOS
: Bteinwsys, Duo-Art and others. Moore's
J Music House, 418 Court Street.:
GEO. O. WILL PIANOS, PHONO
' grephs, sowing machines, sheet music,
: and piano studies. Repairing phono
Si grapha and sewing .machines;) 443
- State street, Salem. i
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
' Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff Fnrni
ture Co., Music Dept. '
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE; AND
- chronic diseases; 418 Oregon: Bldg.
Phone 110. - : ' 1
S. Patent Office)
FOR PRACTICAL. NURSE PHONE 1493R
i 1 " f i jne-28
rOR PBA0TIOAL NURSE PUON1
- 1624. : ; n2Stl
FOB PRACTICAL i C881
FRUIT, NUT AND' SHADB TRIES
Pearcy Bros., 287 StaU. '
THE EATON f OPTICAL CO.
Charges reasonable- Ezaminatkta free.
2H2 N. (YuimerHal St.
PAPEEHAK OINQ AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOB HOUSZ
decorating, paper i hanging, tinting, etc
. for eompariaon
MAX O. BUREN
179 N. Com'l. Salem
EDWARD WILP BXPXBIEN01D PI
a no tuner. Leave orders Will's Music
Store. s i .
PLUMBING AND j GENERAL RWAIB
work. Grsheii Bros, 141 S. Liberty.
Phone 650. !. - fvtl
PLUMBING REPAIRING ' AND COIL
work. Phone 495W. Shop 127 Union
street. A. I.. Godfrey. -
RADIATORS. FENDERS, ETO.
RADIATORS, FENDERS, BODIES made
or repslred. J. O. Bair, 386 State Bt.
,. T 6ALEM ELECTRIC CO.
f : F. S. BApTON, Prop. -'
Mssfinic Temple Phone 1200
ALVIN B. STEWART
847 Court St.
Umbrellaa, Cutlery and Keys
Lawnmowere, rasor-bladea, scissors
knives and tools sharpened. -
SOOS SCAVENGER 8ERVTCB GAB
bags and refuse of all kinda removed
by the month. Reasonable ratea. Oeas
poo la eleaned and dead animals re
move j. Phones r Offlee S5. Res. 205
SEOOXD BAND GOODS
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
ing and shoe. Beet price paid. Cap
. itavl Exchange; 843 Noth 1 Vutmareia
Pbone 1868W. i
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIBING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years experience, - Depot Nations
, fence, aises 26 to 58 in. h.gb , Paiota
i oiia and varnishes, etc., loganberry au
: hop hooka. -1 Balem Fence and Btov
Worfca, 20 Court Street,' Phon 14. .
i TRANSFER AND MAULING
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 224
State St. Phone 933. Distributing, for
warding and etorage our specialty. Get
: our rates. 1 I
WE MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUSE-
; hold goods. Our specialty ft piano and
- xurniture moving, we also make coun
try trips. We handle the beat coal and
wood. Call oa na for prices. We give
. gooa measure, gooa quality ana gooe
service. Larmer Transfer Co. Phone 93(
TRANSFER AND HAULING OP AH
-kinds. Phone 19F8.
PARKER'S STAGE LINES : j
J. W. ParkerJ General Manager !
Central Stage Terminal Salem, Oregon
BALi.a-eiLviKiu. in 1s1vn
Leaves Salem,' Central Stage Terminal
7 a. m; Ili a, m; 6 p. m. j
Leaves Silyerton News Stand:-
' a. m.J lip. m 6 p. m. '
. Leasee Salem, Central. Stage Terminal
7 a. nu; 9 a. m.; 11:10 a. m. ; 3:10 p. m
6:10 o. m.
Leaves Monmoutih, Mnmouth Hotel;
8:15 a. m.;'l p. m., J:15 p. m.
Leaves Independence, Beaver Hotel:
8:80 a. m. ; 9:50 a. m.; 1:15 p. m.
i -4 o. m.:1 6:8u n. m.
Leaves Central Btage Terminal, Salem
xor iauaa at:
7 a. m. ; 11:10 a. m.; 8:10 p. m
: Leaves Gail Hotel, Dallas at:
8 a. m.; 1 p. m.; 6:15 p. m.
: We make eonnebtions at Salem to all
parts of the vlley. Extra trips by ap
pointment, i ',
J. W. PARKER, General Manager.
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER 00
Uff ice, BOl Bouth Oommerelal 8V Tat
peri cent discount on . doraesrie f la
rates paid in advance.- No deduction
for absence or Sny esnse nnlsss wsto;
swassaniVg- ' shi J.
Time brings many charfjres
To the femaje of the species;
Indeed the trafoiraiitifn'
Of the creatiire never ceases.
By WHEEL AN
Xtrticsj of- Intention frt Improve
orlh Liberty street from Hood
eitreetfo Norway street.
Notice is hereby given that the
common council of the city of Sa
iem, jOregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its pnrpose and intention to lni
provej -North Liberty street from
the tiputh line of Hood street to
the nortb ,llne of Norway, street
at the expense of the abutting and
adjacent property, except .the
street intersections the expense of
whiclji will be assumed by the tity.
of Salem, by bringing said portion
of said street to the established
grade, constructing cement con
crete curbs, and paving said por
tion (if said street with a six inth
csiueiii concrete pavemeui miriy
feet wide in accordance with the
plans and specifications therefor
which were adopted by the said
council on July 7th, 1924, which
are now on file In the office of
the -city recorder and -which are
hereby made a part of this notice.
The common council hereby de
clares its purpose and Intention
to make the above described Im
provement by and ! through the
street, improvement department of
the city of Salem. .
By! order of the common council
the- 7th day of July. 1924.
- M. POULSENV City Recorder.
Date of first publication hereof
is July 10, 1924. : Jly22
Notice of Intent ton to Improve.
Mission street from Commercial
stfeei to Sajcinaw. street.
Notice is hereby given that the
common council of the city of Sa
lem, J Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove Mission street from the west
of f Commercial street to the
line of Saginaw street at the
expense of the abutting and adja
property, except the street in
tersection, the expense of whtek
be assumed by the city of Sa
by bringing said, portion of
street' to the established
grade, constructing cement con
crete curbs, and paving said por
tion; of said street with a three
inch bituminous wearing surface
on in o!d redressed macadam base
:n accordance with the plans and
specifications therefor which were
adopted by said council July 7th,
1924, and which are now on file
n the office' of the city recorder
mdj are hereby made a part of
fhe common council hereby de
la pes Its purpose and intention to
na.lt e the above described Im
rotement by and through the
street improvement department of
the city of Salem.
fey order of the common coun
cil th 7th day of July, 1924.
bate of first publication hereof
is Uuly 10. 1924. ' ' Jly2J
NORTH HOWELL I
N'ORTH HOWELL, July 1 1.
Joe Schmidt is having a new resi
dence, built on his -farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jefferson
and little son Bertie spent the
week end at the beach. ; r
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Fletcher and
son Ellsworth, Mr. : and Mrs. R.
O. I)upn, Fteddie Dickson, Arthur
Morgan and Donald Vinton were
Suiday visitors at W. A. Baugh
J Mr' and Mrs. E. C. WUsnar
son( Darrell spent the Fourth of
July at Dallas. "
Joe Russ and a crew of men
staj-ted baling hay for' the farm
Mrs. James McGuire and little
daughter, Mary Jane, were Mon
day visitors at Mrs. R. O. Dunns.
There will be church services
every first and third Sundays of
each, month. Rev. Mulligan of Sa-
lem, come and help make these
meetings a success. - -
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dunn called
on J friends - at Markham one day
last week. j i
Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Uedrick
of jPortland ; visited the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Fletcher last 'week. j
Yet, for all the changes.
pe are not inclined to whimper,
For the passing years have rid us
pi tne gin who used to simper. .
i Baltimore Sun.
Future Cherry Shipments
Will Carry Salem Brand
N'ext year cherries
from this distrirt will carry the
Salem; brand, it was announced
yesterday by Young & Wells, of
SpjDkane. The firm had arraneed
j wind up their shipments Wed
nesday, but were compelled to
iteep open yesterday for deliveries
toicomplete a carload.
John Young, senior partner of
t Ti a fir rtt . ..tj ., j . . . '
...p dcu ;cbiciut mat ne
would Join with other buyers and
growers for the purpose of peti
tioning the state board of Tiorti
culture to institute a quarantine
onj black cherries that . had not
Used Emerson Piano $150
This old StandaM - make
should go at once at this price.
Geo. C. Will, 432 State St.
141 State fit,