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THE OIIEGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1924
Salem. Oregon. AngTist 11, 1924.
To Whoa It Mar Concere:
: Notice .- it herby gives that I ' will
not be responsible (or any bills con
tracted by any one other than myself
In person. Jpha E. Bollier. 23-al7
WANTEI LOAX OP 91000 OX FARM
property. First BortEe, prefer three
years. Will pay t per cent temi-annu-.
ally. Good security. Far fall parti-
c alar a write . owner, 4904 Statesman.
KCED 93000 AND f2000 OX GOOD se
curity. Gertrude J. M. Pace. 24-J27tf
GOVERNMENT LOANS OX FARMS 5U
per eeet. F. L. Wilkinson. 202 U. 8.
REAL ESTATE City 23
GARAGE. HOUSE 8XAP
a pared street; basement dry. rarer
la. - Paice 500.
CHILD It BECHTEL I
: . r 540 State St. 25-al2tf
INVESTIGATE -CHEAP. CLOSE IX
ad suburban treats:
20 acres, Waldo Hills district, lev
house, 93700. I
;, 1 acres, all set ta fruit, Keiier dis
1 acre-and 7 room house in West
1 Salem. 93500.
12 acres ; Vital - Springs ; district.
17.31 acre fro it ia Waldo Hills
district, rood buildings, 97000.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
147 X. Commercial St., Salem, Oregon
- - 2i-al2tf
8NAP .SNAPPT SXAPPIEST
A food little two room new. with
, full 54 foot frontaje on a paved street,
! for $839.
A si room house with east front of
, 7 j feet,' about . 250 - deep, on pared
street aad car line, 92750; bara also.
See Win. Fleming for bargains at
it State St. . ; 23-alOtf
FOR SALE ROOM MOUSE AT 431
South loth street. Bath, water, liehts.
large lot with fruit aad shade trees.
. cement walks - and pared , street, east
front. Price 93150; 3o cash, balaace
920 a month .and interest. Vacant,
possession at once. K merer, 147 ' K.
Commercial street. Phase 217. 2310
Some Real Possibilities
i room new modern bang alow, 95500 ;
want acreage near Salem.
,. t room modern cottage, on pare
senL 923O0; $800 cash, balance terms.
5 room strictly modern, atoae tone,
94750: very easy terms.
4 room modern bangs low,, garage,
92100; rery, easy terms.
- 4: room bungalow, part modern, gar
agev 9100 ;. terms: ,
80 acres cleared, fenced, barn, close
in. 92800; 9230 cash, assume 91500,
balaace to auif bayer without interest.
20 acre timber, close in, 9850; 9300
cash, balaace to suit buyer without
iaterest. . . : - - -
i 180 acre. 155 cleared, good im
proremeata; want 40 acres as first
..payment, balance terms. .
Want to secure 91000 loan on good
Security, will pay 9 per cent. 1
: Hare eereral clients -who want to let
loans oa Salem houses at 7 per cent.
, Socolof sky
1CODERX SIX , KOOM HOC8E COM
pletely. newly and artistically famish.
ed See owner, on premises, corner
Oak aad Liberty. 25-7
FOR SALE TWO DESIRABLE Resi
dence lota In "1300 block. X. Liberty.
Pboaa 730M. . - , . 23-al2
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE;
.18 room betel, modern, hot water
beat system, frontage 180 feet, in log
ging and transient town now catering
food patronage: good furniture.
Will take good Salem property, i
160 acres, new 0 room house,1 good
water-system, big bam, silo, out build
ings, alt wire ' fenced. 80 acres under
cultiration, good pasture; will trade or
. aell for cask.
91 acres, two wells. 7 room bouse.
' good aised barn, good graneries. two
chicken houses. 67 acres under plow,
14 room house, electric lights, water
ia house, food well. 2 apartments up
stairs aad 3 down, 8 sleeping rooms;
land 95x200 feet, wood ahed and out
buildings; la prosperous valley town.
- 64 acre, barn 49x48. 6 acrea prunes
wilt ' beer next year, 7 acres pepper
mint,' truck garden family fruit, good,
welt, 50 acres under cultiration, chick 1
en bouse with concrete floor. 24x60
rfeet. good tiring bouse.
100 acres.' all clear, good house. 2
wells, land all fenced, will make good
pruaa . aad r wslnat . ranch, south of
' 25 acres la heart of flax growing
: country, - near 1 school, aad on mail
: CHAS. 8. CLARK
at The 8tar Office
Aumsrilla. Oregon 25-s.IQ
, . Salem
General Resl F.ttste and Insurance.
, 315-316 C. 8. Bsnk bldg.. Salem. Ore
HOME8 - HOMES OX EA8Y TERMS
9-30O 3 rooms, bath, toilet, two fine
east front lets on pared street and ear
line; immediate possesioa; 9250 down.
8iO per mouth.
92j25 Se 5 room borne aod nearly one
acre of land located ou Hansen arcane
one-fourth mile from car line; -9325
down will handle.
2ti00 Nearly new 3 room bungalow and
out baildiags new, 1 1-12 acres all in
bearing cherries; 9600 down will
92000 . room house with fine garage,
good garden soil, on pared street., ce
ment walks ia. located at 1163 North
Fifth street; 9230 down, 925 per
' tnenta, interest 7 per cent,
ft 400 Good 3 room plastered bouse lo
cated ia West Salem; 9100; down,
balance. 915 per month.
92500 New. 3 room bungalow, close to
school .and ear line, has fireplace and
full basement: 9300 down, balance
monthly: immediate possession.,'
91373 New 4 room bongslow, -located
on Trade street; 9100 down, 923 per
month. -. . :'
91550 4 room home with basement on
pared . street: . 3t0 down. 920 per
- mouth; immediate possession.
9 1 80 4 room bungalow, modern plumb
ing and lights, located at 865 South
2 1 it: 8800 down to handle,
tigoo 7 room bouse at 493 Turner
. street : , 9300 down, balance terms, or
' twill take ear , in on place. If It's a
home you. want come and talk with us.
We write fire insurance.
1 W. U. GRABF.NHORST. CO.
! ' - , Realtor. -
275 State St,. U. Bi Bank bldg. 25 sl3
BEST BUNGALOW J?UY
la town. Modern- new 4 room, foil
cement basement: pared street, walks:
sewer, lights, bsth, lawn, flowers, gar
den. Price 92500; would be cheap at
IF TT'H A HOME
See CHILDS BECHTEU
. Htste Pt. 25 12tf
REAL ESTATE City 23
9600 WILL BUY
a fine one half aero all in Oak Groro
on North 31st street; 850 down, 910
per month, intercut 6 per cent.
W. II. GRABKXHORST CO.
273 State St. 25-al3
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY THAT
FARM OR CITY HOME BEFORE
6 room bungalow on North 16th.
two lots; liring room, dining room. 3
bed rooms; fruit, berries and shrub
bery; a real bargain, 82000. Or will
trade for larger house with less
ground, up to 93500.
94250 buya a fine 7 room bungalow
on North Church street. 66x130 foot
lot, pared street, double gsrsge, mod
ern Terms. ',(;' i
Up to date ' machine shop in the
heart of the automobile district, equip
ped for any ; kind of . machine work,
. automobile repairing, motor grinding a
specialty. Inroice orer 95500. Price
94500. I .
, 1 1 room apartment bouse in Salem
on Coart street.; furnished, a good pay
ing business r basement, furnace. Price
98000. Terms.; '
Stock groceries and all fixtures in
good location, only 91350 for a short
9950 buy a full pledged filling sta
tion ia a' good location.
52 acres, f miles east of Salem. 30
acres ia eultrra'tiea, some timber, good
6 room bousev full basement, fair barn.
3 rows, 4 heifers, 1 span mares and
colts, 20 tons ef hay ia barn. Price
98000; will trade for bouse ialSslem
up to 96000 i '
700 acres north of Salem. 400 aeres
ia cultiration. soma bearer dam. well
and springs.; 300 aeres ia timber, 20
acres peaches,- 70 acres bops, fsir
buildings, hop bouses; a going farm,
all for 3130' per sere.
12 acres on Portland highway, all In
cultiration, brand aew building, mod
ern and up: to date. Price 810.500,
easy payment or will consider good Sa
I lem property, dairy proposition near
Tillamook, will assume some.
All kinds of timber land for sale or
will trade for. city property.
' 300 acre dairy ranch near Xewburg,
150 'acres'- in cultiration. balance pas
ture; SO cows. 50 hoes, 6 good horses,
200 White Leghorn bens: grarety wa
ter system, electric lights to all build
ings;. 50 ., tons bay. plenty corn for
silage: good barn', silo. 6 room house;
a going concern, selling milk at the
barn at 82. 50 per hundred. Erery
thing goes at 960,000. Terms, or will
trade for income property in Salem,
Ore. .. i
We hare land to trade in Canada.
North "and South Dakota, Minnesota
A fine 4- acre tract in Weodbnrn.
price 96300, or will trade for house
in Sa'lem. ' i '!-.;-;.'; .
. -', Wo write insurance.
Moisan & Ulrich
122 North Commercial ' Phone 1354
' 1 SXAP .
Lot 50x160 oa North Winter street,
between D and E streets. Price 9700
-cash if cold at once.
W. II. GRABEXHORST - CO.
275 State St. 25-al3
Balance 936 per month,' including in
terest, - wilt buy ' fire room house in
good location,, 1 block from, school. 1
block front car line and parement,
graret read in front : of place. : For
farther information telephone ' 1974-J.
t -;;.! 25-a9tf
' ! LOOK r
: We bare- a. good 8 room house in
South Salem, 1 block to car, 3 blocks
to school, price 92600; all clear, to
trade for n piece of land about same
value... .... ; . t ... ......
; 7 room i bouse and 3 lots, price
94000, to trade for small farm about
3 room "house and 2 nice lota, price
91250, to trade for 5 room house not
A 5 room kfase en" pared street at a
real bargain with 9200 down,
-331H State SU 23-a9tf
BUSINESS CORNER WIIjL BRING 200
per cent en the inrestment.
GERTRUDE J. il. PAGE
: I 25-a7tf
APARTMENT HOUSE. CLOSE IX. 913,
000; 7 room house, '2 lots, 93650: 4
room house, 91650; 6 room house, close
i in, 94500.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE, Realtor
- 3 Block north of Pos toff ice
i 25 a7tf
GROCERY STORE DOING A GOOD
business, for sale.' Choice lot on pared
street, wsat automobile. Dairy farms,
the greatest bargains in Oregon; trade
" or aell. clear Eastern Oregon land for
Valley farms or city property. City
; property for acreage. 12 room furnish
ed house, easy tsns, close ia. If you
waat aaythiag in city or country prop
erty, see the Barber agency, 200 Gray
Bldg. , j ; 25-altf
BUSINESS BLOCK. A GREAT BUY.
922,500. Business block, 920.000.
. GERTRUDE J. 31. PAGE
FOR SALE , BY OWNER MODERN 8
. room house, basemeat, pared street, ga
rage. 161.8. 14th. Phoae 1140M.
Salem 50,000 by 1930
Fin 8 room house, lot 70x170: gas.
electric light, bath, etc; pared street.
Price 93500; term.;
Nice 6-room bungalow, basement;
good property. Only 92800; terms.
- Another 8 -room bungalow, pared
street, facing east; barn. Price 93000;
A rery fine, 10 acre tract, close la,
rery rich soil. A snap at 94000;
. .terms. - f
We write insurance.
If it i a bouse, lot, for as or trade,
eee me r r
Monf y to loan at 6 per cent on good
farm property up to 95000.
1 Rich L. Reimann
907-308 Oregon Bldg.
IS "TME. NAME Or A MEW J VjJHCELAN
t?Et?lcL STArSTirt. CM TMIS .'
r STACO"L'M3 "TH?iULlAi C, SEN SOtOfVAL .CyCLOMC,
EClTiMCV, iVVWAMlC, TTUPENtOU AAC !
REAL ESTATE City 23
FOR SA1 IE TEN ROOM HOUSE,
close in. 93500. Three room bunga
low, new, not far out. 91175. Six
room house, all on one floor. 92100,
easy terms. Exchange 10 acre walnut
grore in besring . for borne in Salem.
: 320 acre dairy ranch, 833 pee acre,
for city property. Large bouse for
' email one. Fire room bouse and cash
for six . room.
F. L. WOOD .
341 Stat St. - 23-a9tf
LOOK LOOK LOOK
I LARGE HOISE BIG 8XAP
with 13 rooms, in good condition: 2
large lots, ideal location. Oalq $500
down, balance like rent. Price 83300,
.which Is about half ralue. The best
buy in ! city today.
See CHILDH A BECHTEIJ
j 540 State St. 25-al3tf
TEX BEAUTIFUL 1-ACRE HOMESITES
just beyond city limits, high, sightly
wonderful view. Each 9400, 10 per
rent down, 910 a month if taken aoon.
Splendid ralue. liarria. Phon-s 1013,
1942 J. ; 25-jne3tf
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY 714".
wording "For Kent." price 10 cents
each. Statesman Business Office, on
FURNISHED 1IOU8E SUITABLE FOR
board and room for students, nesr uni
rersity. Mrs. Viola L. Moyer. 147 No.
'Commercial St. 25-a5tf
Attention, Newly weds
For sale: Cozy 3 room bungnlow,
partly furnished; fine riew. Only
xzzou, j ana you can make your owe
Rich L. Reimann
907-308 Oregon Bldg.
ONE OF OUR MOST BEAUTIFUL
homes, ,945,000. Another one of them.
912.500. Most attractire lots at all
kinds of prices. Trades good ones for
email farms close to Salem.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE, Realtor
492 X. Cottase 25 a?tf
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 7H"
wording "For Sale, Enquire At." Price
lO cents each. Statesman Business
5 ROOM HOUSE. STRICTLY MODERN,
hardwood floors, 95200.
6 room modern new house, rery at
7 room modern n"w bouse, 86500.
Beautiful stucco house, new, 6 rooms,
. creek property, 87500.
These properties are well located, and
good terms csn be arranged.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN Realtor. ;
216 Oregon Building. - 23-afi t f
BUSINESS Opportunities 26
i 1 FOR 8ALE -Beauty
parlors, restaurant, confec
tionery and restaurant combined, ; also
good grocery store. For particulars , see
W. II. GRABEXHORST A CO.
b , , ', 275 , State St. 26 al3
REAL ESTATE Farms 28
; 18 Acres $3000
If you hare twelve to thirteen hun
dred dollars cash, I can sell you' the
best place for the money there is in"
Polk county. Has a good income right
now. Not away off in the future, v '
WE'LL GIVE YOU A TRIP TO PARIS
aad pay all soft drink expenses if you
will buy these bargains: 33 acres,
aew 6 room house, barn and prune
dryer and 27- acres in prunes for
86000; 60 acres well improred with lO
acre of prunes and 2 acres of other
orchard, and good road and near school
- for 96000 ; 40 acres on pared road, all
the rery best of land with good ; 1
prorements for 912,000; 20 acres'. with
small improrementa and 3 acres' of or
chard and enough good timber to pay
for it for 33000 and only a little
-down"; a fine half section stock ranch
far 812.000 ; 30 acres 4 miles ef Salem
on pared tobA with 500 cords of good
wood, all fenced with woren wire, for
McGUICHRIST ft PEXXIXttTOX
209 V. 81 Bank bldg. Knone 140.
WANTED SMALL FARM. WELL WA
tered. Write full description. 4867
Statesman. 28 al6
r 92300 SXAP r ', i
t$ acres located on Hansen are
nue, some timber, gsrden spot, three
room garage house, well; 9250 down,
balance terms. ' ! .
W. H. GRABEXHORST & CO. :
.-275 State St. , 28 13
28 ACRES. 6 ACRES PASTURE. CREEK
en two sides, good well and spring;
20 acres I are river bottom soil; bear
ing mixed orchard: three room bouse
and bara for 10 head aad hay; 93700.
small payment down or trade for house
in 'town. 7
For rent Fire room house and six
seres in pasture, close to Jefferson, for
910 per month. Could work rent out.
For rent Twenty acres east;: of
Scio. eight acres ia cultiration, some
berries, plenty of wood, large house,
: new barn, on grareled road, two miles
to saw mill. 9100 per year.
MRS. MOYER , 1
147 X. Commercial St. i 28 a8tf
LOOK THESE OVER
25 acre suburban home for residence
320 acre" eastern Oregon, partly ir
rigated, for Salem property.
25 acre dairy ranch, cows, feed, ma
chinery, for Salem property, s
Siea large bungalow for stuck groc
eries. - 20 acre suburbsn home for residence.
Corrallis, Dallas. Portland and Al
bany property for Salem property
For excellent buys, exchanges and
iarestments , S :
See PKRRINE A MAKSTERS -
Com. Club bldg. I 28-aStf
FOR SALE SEVERAL SMALL TRACTS
close to 8alem, priced rery reasonable,
For sale one acre tract in city lim
its; well improred. good terms.
For sale New mo4era bungalow fur
J MRS. NOYEB
. 147 No. Commercial St. 1 28 J31tf
FEW HARMLESS WEADACME. FOVODeecS
pRESCEl&ED. &y A
WIS VJEALTHy PATlEMT SVDttUiy TUfcAJ ;
(AHb A POISON OVAS- OBIEMTAL IfeUf5. WO
IS To BLAME - THE OOCTote VtVAJ(?-
TR Ai TORS
HEAL ESTATE Exchange 2
HAVE A NICE LITTLE HOME OF 1 j
acre. ; All in fruit, with modern house, I
at Hood Rirer to ' trade for acreage
close to Salem. Mrs. Moyer, 147 N.
Commercial St. 29-jlyl3tf :
USED CARS For Sale 31
FOR SALE OVERLAND BO; SELL
cheap if taken at ouce. 11U5 allusion
street. 31 all
SPECIALS IX USED CARS
1924 Baby Overlaud, driven lt-ss than
looo miles i....6oO
1917 Ford touring : lUO
Late Dodge touring, A-l shupe, only
-v 4 S500
1923 Gardner touring, in best of
shape .. ,.....$875
BCRDETTE ALBF.E MOTOR CO.
j Gardner agency 1
186 S; High. Phone 1828. I 31-al4
i 1 FOR SALE
1923 Dodge coupe, A-l shape, extra
equipment, 9950. !
19J3 Chevrolet ! touring, run 500O
milesj bumper and extra equipment,
1923 Dodge roadster, A-l shape,
9750. 1 ' ' !
1917 Bnick roadster, new tires, 9330.
1921 Mitchell touring. 9300.
1 Terms y
tiOXESTEELE MOTOR CO.
A jUsed Car With a!
New Car Guarantee
1923 Studebaker ' light six . touring.
There are a lot of extras on this ma
chine!. Why buy a cheap new car
when you can get one of the best
sixes' built for 8890 f
1920 (lste aeries) 'Studebaker ape
eial for 9573. Do you know the cx
hileration of driving a real automo
bile fj It'a really cheaper to drive a
high grade car than cheap one if you
can fcare that first depreciation; with
normal care you could drive this car
20,000 miles with no more mechanical
expense for it has been rebuilt.
1923 Overland touring, bright and
shin as new. Better tires than on a
new car. 925 worth of extras in
cluded. Wo have seversl pretty good auto
mobiles sold without a guarantee for
'" 863.1 v.--:
1917 Buick six touring.- "Selling
"A Is" for 9150. Five good tires.
Car Iran fine and with a little paint
and I tightening up would be as good
as any 9500 car,
Certified Public Motor
!X. Church St. Phone 883.
FOR SALE 1922 FORD TOCKINt IN
first) class running order, with extras.
192 4 Dodge touring in first class run
ning order, with extras. A. C. Haag
t Co.. 441 Ferry. 31-al3
Used Car Specials
1924 Ford roadster.
1919 Dodge roadster.
1931 Dodge sedan.
1919 Liberty chummy roadster.
1923 Hupmobile touring. !
1921 Hupmobile touring. ,
j GOOD TERMS 1 (
MacDonald Auto Co.
Ferry at Cottage .St.
Quality used cars at prices that will
please you. We offer here a few for
1919 Briscoe . 895
1918 lHrt 895
1920 Orerland . 9225
1919 Cherrolet 895
1919 Studebaker 8375
1920 Ford coupe 3275
1923 Overland 3485
192 4 Cleveland i.. 8850
1922 Olds sedan 3890
1923 Buick sport -- 31273
We have others for you to select
from. Come in and look them erir. .
i (We Oire Terms)
i T. W. PETTYJOHN CO.
219 N. Commercial St. 31-a7tf
USED FORD CARS FROM Alf
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
Touring ear 9 85 to 3350
8 75 to 3325
3375 to 3450
8225 to 8450
8 63 to 8275
3 85 to 3385
8125 to 9225
All, ear are guaranteed. Liberal term.
A few Bog chi 833. I
i i VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Phone 1995 260 N. High 31-jne23tf
1922 Hudson. -9550. Good tires and
in fine shape. ;
1921 Studebaker. 3630, excellent buy.
1 1922 4-Buick, . 9600. Sliouldn t be
1922 sedan. Bargain.
1921 Orerland, 8J30.
192 1 6-teuring, 91250. Four wheel
1920 Cherrolet.; 8225. :
V 388 N. Commercial St.
Also distributor for Goodyeer tire.
BIDS FOR GYMNASIUM
Scaled bidlfor the construc
tion of a gymnasium 50 feet bT
100 feet at St. Paul, Oregon, will
be received at the clerk's office.
Bids will be opened at 2 p. m. on
Saturday. August 16. The board
reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. -
Dated at St. Paul, Oregon
August 2. 1924.
D. G. VAN DE WIELE. J
Clerk of Union High School Dis
trict No. 3. ' aSandlS
Read the Classified Ads.
(All rights protected by Tie George Matthew Adams
FAMOUS PKiyTClAM tOR
Of Reliable Business
AMBULANCE SERVICE. DAY OR nfght.
Ph.ne rifiB. 173 South Liberty. -1
F. N. wnonRV
Expert. Livestock, furniture, real estate
Res. 1610 N. Summer Pbone 511 for
i ; I L. K. TALBOTT
, Auctioneer :- .
Phone 470202 U. ,S. Bank Bldg.
i i ,:9
Rooms 25-26. Hrevraan RWk -
Phone 43Q or 1211J. jne-12 1 f
HAVE US REPAINT YOUR CAR WITH
our new permanent finish. ;
Qwaurv CAa ..
High Street at Trade
i Cjlind.r grinding, crank" shaft trtie
ing. We're ; specialists: Jonerite; Ma
chine Shop.;. Automotive machinisia,
349 F rry St.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIANS
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
work. Ferris Bros., Phone 1803, 418
R-j D. BARTON EXIDK BATTERIES
starter and generator work; 171 South
Commercial. ' "
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. R.UISDEN DAYTON BICY
cles and repairing; 387 Court. ?
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
SALKM CARPET CLEANING AND
luff Rug orks Rag and fluff rugs
woven any size- without seams.; New
mattresses madn to order. Ol4 mat
tresses rem a tie. Feathers renovated. I
buy all kinds of old carpets for fluff
rugs. 13 and Wilbur, streets. Phoni?
1151. Otto V.'Z wicker. Prop.
; CHINESE PHYSICIAN
DR. L. T. DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
jdieesie. 153 S. High St.. Phone 283.
DR. S.F. SCOTT. GRADUATE NA-
tional University Sciences, Chicago.
Masonic Temple. Phone 640. ;
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PSC CHIROPRACTOR,
414-19 U. S. Bank lildg. fbone 87.
res. 828-R. 1
CLEANERS A- DYERS
SALEr CLEANERS AND DYERS. .1215
i n ' . . . . r . i t n . toea .1 -
n. i ommercisi. rnssv nuo. v iw
eialise on ooe day -rrice . -
CIVIU CONSULTING, CONSTRUCTION
Cpifcttruettng engineer. Surreys, estimate-
Joe. It. Neef, 319 Oregon
Bldg. Phone 775. '
FOR CEMENT WORK CALL AT 436
A. Summer street. 1'none on J.
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.
General contracting and tuildng. esti
mates gladly furnished. Phone 1867R
or 59F12. d26tf
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" 3Y 7,i"
wording 'Dressmaking '; price Ji
cents each. Statesman Business Office
Ground Floor. ' j
SALEM ELECTRIC X). MASONIC
I building.; Phone 1200. j
ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Co. Phone 19 4. 222 N. Hhertyjs"' ,1
F L E E N E R E L E C T R f C C O.
House wiring; by hoir or contract. Ki
titrates furnished. Pbone 980. 471
Court St. I
HALE ELECT RIO
' " SHOP K
337 Court St.
: Res. Phone 7023
LOANS MADE ON GOOD CITY PROP
erty at a low rate on the easy payment
plan, so at end of year you are all
paid up.' Farm loans on large or small
tracts: prirate money. See first and
you will go no farther, G. V.; La liar,
110 Oregon lildzs I
ANDERSON & RUPERT
406 Oregon Building ,
r FARM .LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer time, nn rommision. Protects
aasinst adversity. t'i'y loans, lowest
rates, monthly installments, pre-pay-
ment privileges. J. v. Sifcraund, room
2. orer f.sdd Bttsh lunlc, '
Service Trad Mark Registered U,
TRUSTED TRAITORS'" MiShT
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.To .THE eU2AflMG, SANSS' &
Tr4E SRAT SAMARA D&SERT
and Professional Firms Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference j
6LO.NS UNDER RESERVE SYSTEM
. on city or farm property. R serve De
posit company, 73 Fourth Street, Port
i Farm and City.
Host liberal rstes and payment
I HAWKINS A ROBERTS
203 Oregon Bldg. ' Salem, Oregon
, ; ; , fJ-tf
On improred property or for
; THE BEST and easiest
way to pay on loan is our
monthly installment plan.
; 96 payments of 314.14
repays a loan . of $1000.00
nd interest. I
Equitable Savings A Loan
f ANDERSON St RUPERT
408 Oregon Building
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 13c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem,. Oregon for a thr-e
months' trial subscription. Mention
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months'
trial for the best and oldest journal in
the west. The ar;irl-s' and advertise
ments are of ep'cial interest to the
poultry bredcrs of the Northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal, 211 Com
mercial street. Salem. Oregon.
CUT FLOWERS. GLADIOLUS. FLORAL
pieces. Mrs. E. A. Bennett. 2233
Fairgrounds avenue. Phone 120. all
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS
funeral wreaths, decorations. C -T.
Kreithaupt. florist, 123 N. Liberty
Phone 8f. 1
SALEM MORTUARY. FUN ERA ' DIREC
lon, 210 Center. Phone 1656.
Gl ESE FURNITURE CO. Q U A L I T Y
furniture for less money. 372 Court,
Phone 464. N t
FEOPI.ES' FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second hand furniture; 271 N.
STAMPING. HEMSTITCHING, NEEDLE
werk. The Vogue, 4293 Court St.
H KM STITCH I NO, STAMPING. PLEAT
ingi. . Tlie Petite Shop. Room 5, over
SALEM ELITE H E A S T I T C II I N G
pleating. htiMon. ataTrping and needle
work; 328 Oregon bldg. Phone 879.
MRS P. K. MILT ER HEMSTITCHING
FOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHONE
DR. L. G. AI.TMAN. HOMEOPATHTST.
Does a general practice. Treats Goiter,
Gall S'ones. and Dropsy, arising from
diseases of heart, liver or fkidneys
without operation.; Office and resi
denc, 296 N. Liberty St., Salem, Or.
Phone I 47.
WARREN F. POWERS
Life, Accident. Fire, Automobile
219 U. S. Nst'l Bank Bids. Phone 607
D. H. MOSHER TAIIOR FOR MEN
and women. 47 1 Court St.
SALEM IAUNDRY COMPANY, S16 S.
Liberty street, phone 23. aides t
largest best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work; prompt service; 12 6 4
Rrosdwsr. I'lione 163.
i COME HERE!
The b-at buys in hand
luggage and trunks.
MAX O. BUREN
179 N. Coin'l, Salem
M JUNTA 1 N BALM COUGH JtEMEDY
Phone 5 1 7-W. ; ;
A C O U II S E IN BUSINESS PIANO
placing. Popular syncopated, standard
, music. Semi-classic and ballads; 12
lessons. Waterman Piano School, Me
Cnrnsrk Bids?. ; ' J
SHERMAN". CLAY A CO., PIANOS
Sleinwavs. Duo-Art and others. Moore's
Music -House. 415 Court Street.
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studies. R paring phono
graphs and sewing machines; 432
State street. SaVm. !
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff Furni
ture '"o.. Music Dept. ".
DR. A. SI.A L'CHTHtt ACUTE AND
ehronic diaeases; 415 Oregon Bldg.
Vhnn 1 lO.
. S Patent Office) 1
5 ' '- - - - -
- " - - "
FOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHONE 1493R
1 i ' ' . ' i Jne-28
FRUIT. NUT; AND SHADE TREES
Penrcr Bros.. 237 State.
THE EATON OPTICAL CO.
Charges reasonable Examination free.
22 N. Commercial St.
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTINO
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
: decorating, paper hanging, tinting, etc.
FREE SAMPLE BOOK
MAX O. BUREN
179 N. Coin 1. Salem
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Qeorge R. Vehrs, M. Di
ii - Physician and Surgeon ,..
j 410-11 U. 8. Bank Bldg. '
f. ' Office hours 10-12; 2-3
i and by appointment.
Office phone 613. Residence phone" 1973J!
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Pi
Leave ordera Will's Music
PLUMBING! AND GENERAL REPAIR
work. Graber Bros., 141 S. Liberty
Phone 530. f-13tf
PI VMU1NG i REPAIRINtJ AND COIL
work. I'hoa 493-W. Sliop 127 Union
w'reet. Ai L. Godfrey. - !
RADIATORS, FENDERS, ETC.
RADIATORS. FENDERS. BODIES made
or repaired. J. C Bair, 236 State St.
- RADIO IKrrTtRS
SALKM ELECTRIC CO. '
F. IS. BARTON, Prop.
Masonic Temple--Phone 12O0
I ALVIN B. STEWART- j
I A 347 Court St.
1 Umbrellas, Cutlery and Keys
! Lawnmowers, rasor-blades, scissors,
Itnires and tools sharpened. , ;
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE GAR
baze and! refuse of all hinds removed
by the month. Reo."iisS!e tates. Ce
pools cleaned and Tail ani.uals re
Hiored. Phon-s: )""i-e :t3; l!. -'OU.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WANTED -j- EVERYTHING IX CLOTH
ing and Shoes. Best prices pa'd. t'
ital Exchange; 342 North Commercia'
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years; experience. Depot National
fence, sixes 26 to 58 in. h.gh. Paints,
oils and varnishes, etc., loganberry and
hop hooka. Salem F.nce and Stove
Works. 2.0 Court Street. Phone 124.
TRANSFER AND HAULING
CAPITAL' CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
Sta St. Phone 933. Distributing. Jor-
Jwarding and storage our specialty. Get
WE MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
hold goods. Our specialty is piano and
'furniture! moving. We also make coun
try tripsi We handle the best coal and
wood. Call on us for prices. We giro
'good measure, icood quality and good
service. Larmer Transfer Co. Phone 930
TRANSFER AND HAULING OF ALL
kinds. Phone 19E3.
j PARKER'S STAGE LINES
S O, W.i Parker. General Manager
Central S'aze Terminal Salem, Oregon.
I SALEM-SILVKHTON DIVISION .
Leares Salem, Central 8. ape Terminal:
7 ai m. ; 11 a. m.; 5 p. m.
Leaves Silverton News Stand: '
e 9 ia.m. ; 1 p.m.; 6 p.m. f
' Salem-lndependence-Monmouth Division
Leaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal
7 aim.; 9 a.m.; 11:10 a.m.;
! 3:10 p.m.; -5:10 p.m.
; Leaves Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel:
8:13 am.-: 1 p.m. ; 3:15 p.m.
i Lear a ilndependenee. Bearer Hotel:
: 8:30 a.m.; 9:30 a.m.;-, 1:13 p.m.
i j 4 p.m.; 6:30 p.m.
Leares ICentrai St.ue Terminal, Salem:
j for Iallas at :
7 a.m.; 11:10 a.m.: 8:10 p.m.
j Leaves jliail Hotel, Dallas, at:
8 a.m.; 1 p.m.;. 6:13 p.m.
We make connections at Salem to all
: parts ofl the valley. Extra trips by ap
i poin'meht. ' '.
.1. W. PARKER. General Manager. .
SALEM WATER. LIGHT & POWER CO.
Of fie. 80l South Commercial St. Ten
per cent discount on d o m e s t i e flat
rates paid in advance. No deduction
for'abxence or any cause unless water
i shut kf( vour premises. : -
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to be made before the next insti
tute to provide' a swimming pool.
volleyball, tennis j and croquet
courts, these to be placed upon
the new property acquired by the
institute board, consisting of six
1 . s - , I .. . . .
iota una a nouse s aajoining ine
present grounds. Over $2500 of
the $3000 required for the im
provements was raised Sunday
among the leaguers at the insti
tute, principally at the morning"
service. , This money will provide
only for the necessary materials
in caring for the plans, the labor
to - be supplied j by volunteers
among the leaguers. Improve
ments to the amount of $4000
have already been ; expended upon
the . Institute grounds, and this
hew addition will bring the value
of the institute holdings well over
Sunday proved to be a day of
great things, the attendance being
between 800 and 1000 at the 11
o'clock morning Service directed
by Rev. I. B. Wood of Corvallis,
director of life service at the in
stitute. The first (service of the
day was at 8 o'clock, directed by
Dr. E. C. Hickman, dean of the
institute. Dr. Hickman had given
stirring evening j addresses
throughout the week leading up
to this event, but this service con
sisted wholly of j the simple but
eloquent testimonials of the stu
dents, after which a call for life
service decisions; was made to
which more than 75 responded.
The great caiiip-flre service of the
night before had been Interupted
by a squall of rain, but the meet
ing repaired toj the tabernacle
and 43 conversions resulted.
At 11 o'clock Sunday morning.
Dr. Wood of Corvallis preached an
eloquent sermon, pleading for
full time service for Christ. At
3 in the afternoon. Miss Winifred
L, Chappell of New York City,
assistant secretary of the Metho
dist Federation for Social Service,
save one of the most stirring ad
dresses! of the Institute week. Her
themri dirpcted Itiself nronnrl lhn
respective three great problems of
the last three generations, that oL
the grandfathers being the aboli
tion of slavery, thatof the fa
thers of this generation being tlie
abolition of the open saloon, and
that of the present generation, she
a'd, was the abolition of war.
The speaker's statements were
-.trong, provoking . much discos
iloii, particularly that in which
she denounced as non-Christian
the spirit of national defense day,
proclaimed for September 12. St
strong had the sentiment been
regarding this event that a resolu
tion was introduced by Leroy
Walker, president of. the student
council, to the institute at the
night service, it having previously
been before the faculty and the
student council ; of the Institute.
This resolution and the action
taken regarding'it will be present
ed to the governor and fuller
mention will be 'given in a separ
ate article. The night service at
8 o'clock was ; presided over by
Leroy Walker, leader of the gos
pel team, other, members being
Miss Laura Pemberton of Salem,
Miss Eugenia ' .Savage of Salem.
Miss Louise Kaufman of Falls
City, Louis Rbdgers of McMinn
ville. arid Rev, C. G. Wrenn of
Florida. These each gave a short
laiK coupiea wun ineir own per
sonal experience after wbich the
appeal was made for decisions for
Christ and for life service.'
Two important banners were
awarded on Saturday night, the
recreation contest proving a tie
between the Salem and Portland
districts. Salem district had four
events to Portland's two, when on
Saturday the faculty team played
the winners in each event win
ning two from Salem, and losing
two to Portland, which tied the
score between the two districts.
The events were baseball, volley
ball, horseshoes, and bean bas.
In addition, croquet aud tennis
were on the program of games for
the week. The efficiency banner
for the institute was won again
h tha Mnnra villa chanter of
Portland, with G8 points out of a
perfect score of 100, the inter
mediate chapter of First church,
Salem, nosing in second place
with 54 points. j
The entire Jnstitute week was
conceded by all to be the hlli
point in the history of the Insti
tution, great credit being due to
the untiring efforts -and splendid
supervision of Dean Hickman and
his faculty, which, besides several
local men, included Dr. Luther
Irfrvejoy pf the life service com
mission of the Methodist church,
and Dr. H. . C. WiTson of Seattle.
One of the high points of the
week proved' to, be the evening
address, of Bishop Johnson, re
cently assigned to this episcopacy,
in- which he ; gave a graphic ac
count of some of .his African ex
periences and their relation to the
present talents of the youns peo
ple of Methodistism.
Ttijei srtorfrwt elUtanrr betweeo
bnyer ami Her.