The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 16, 1924, Page 7, Image 7

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    SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1924
Classified Section Sale in js
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T THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
Gr
Mar
Place
WANTED Miscellaneous 13
WOODRY TUB AUCTIONEER BUYS
ued faraitura lor caan. Pnone 611
i 13 aprtl
WANTED TO OOXTRACT 8PITEN
berg and Newton apples. Ward K.
Richardson. 13-al0
WANTED MEN AND WOMKN TO
. lake farm paprr subscriptions. A go4
proposition to the right people. Ad
dress the Pacific Homestead, Statesmas
BMr.. Salem. Or.
MISCKIJLAM-X)US 14
LIST TOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE
with Oregon Incorporated, horn of the
Homeseeker and Investor. Victor
Schneider, secretary. 915-316 U. 8.
Bank bid.. Salem. Ore. 14 al6
If You Don't Like My
. Work ;
' don't Mrs ma, but at least fire mo a
chance to show yon soma of Ue roofs
that I aae painted.
It. R, MATHEWS
" fnm VT S4Hv10
HELP WANTED
15
ATTENTION HOP PICKERS
Wa invito yoo to inspect two of the
.best yards in Oregon Mitoma yard
, near Independence, 117 acres, and Cup
tia yard near Talbot 30 acres. See fat
yourselves, then register early. About
three weeks picking beginning August
28. Horn peapla given the preference:
, For full information write phone ' or
call on Dnrbin A Cornoyer, over Pen
neyJBorebonedKJlsa HELP WANTED Female 17
LADIES WANTED FOR PRUNE PACK
ing. Inquire at Denney It, Co., King's
plant. 17al7
HELP WANTED Male 18
WANTED MAX FOR LIGHT JANITOR
work at hotel. References required.
4952, rare Statesman. . 18 ala
WANTED MAN FOR LIGHT JANITOR
work at hotel. References required.
4952, care Statesman. ; 18 al4tf
WANTEI MAX TO BUILD HOUSE.
. Labor as first payment on new 4 room
bungalow. Phone 620. 18-e20
Male and Female 10
WANTED HOP PICKERS ABOUT
September 1. Good water and living
quarters, clesn, new. straw, 16" fire
- wood. , V mile of beach on Willamette
: river, store on grounds; also boarding
house. Standard price paid for pick
ing. A. J. Ray Son, Xewberg, Ore.
Star R. No. 1. Phone 106 I, 19-.21
LOST AND FOUND 22
LOST SOMETHING t FIND ITI PHONE
a want ad to The Statesman, Phone 23.
timt
PERSONAL
23
Ealem, Oregon. August '11, 1924.
To Whom It May Concern: :
. Notice is herby given, that I will
not ba responsible for any: bills con
tracted by any one other than myself
in person. John E. Bollier. 23-al7
LOANS
24
I WANT TO BORROW 23QO OX LONG
time at as low a rate of interest as I
. ran get on 11 acres of land. A com
mercial tract of prunes and walnuts 13
year old. Address D. Peterson, 710
Johnson St., Portland. Ofe. a-10
WANTED LOAX OF $1000 O.V FARM
. property. First mortgage, prefer three
: years. . Will pay 1 per cent semi-annually.
Good security. For : full parti
culars write owner. 4908 Statesman.
. 24-al2
KEED 93000 AND $2000 ON GOOD BE
rarity. Gertrtde J. M. Pag. 24-JJ7K
GOVERNMENT LOAN'S ON FARMS 5
per cent. r. I. Wilkinson. u-
fist
ttinna) bank bid
S-aprfttf
REAL ESTATE City 25
Own
.Your
Home
GROCERY AND COXFECTIOXERY-store
by owner. Well located in Silverton.
M. K. Strand. Silverton, Oregon. ;
25-sl6
TERMS H0C8ES WE HAVE SEVERAL
dsndys that -20 to fSOO- down will
take. Two. are larxenomes close in
with furnace, garage, -etc. . 1
, BECKS HENDRICKS ."
IT. S. Bank Bldg. - - , - , -25al6
THE FINEST RESIDENCE LOCATION
on, Fairmount Kill. -". Ask me or any
member of the Multiple' Listing Bureau
boot it. .
. - - -A. C. BOHRXSTEDT .
147 No.. Commercial St., Salem. Ore.
' ' - i ?5 a!6tf
NORTn SALEM BARGAIN. $2800 At
tractive rebuilt house, 1895 N. Church
Street. Good paint, basement, living
and dining rooms, ball, 2 bed rooms,
bath, kitchen with' built-in work table
and drtins, corner lot 98 feet
front, lota-of shade, lawn shrubbery and
fruit. Good terms, big reduction for
cash, f hone 1365R. 23 al6'
APARTMENT HOUSE. 12 ROOMS. MOD
etn, furnished, close to University,
Price S5500: easy terms: always full.
. 10 room modern apartment, '7 rooms
. furnished, bringing $60 per month. 3
rooms occupied by owner, will rent for
25. Price 94500, terms.
.7 room modern ' bungalow, 2 lots,
plenty fruit. Only 9 500, very easy
terms.
firm mil city property .Exchange.
Barber Agency for what you want. 2on
Gray BIdg. 25 a!6tf
5 ROOM BUNGALOW. BASEMENT. GA
rage. paved street. $3000. 5 room rot
taffe. part basement, good plumbinr.
bml. ins. five blocks from university
91750. .
4 room bouse and two lots at Gar
field Washington, at 9200O to trade
on rood modern bom in Ralem : also
f 3000 interest, in merchandise business
to apply on purchase of modern Salem
noma.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN:
i - Realtor
' 216 Oregon Bldg. . S.ValS
HOW'S YOCR HOUSIXOt ARE j YOU
II settled or how would one or these
uit yoo. A nice new 4 room bungalow
snd beautiful lot' north of State, good
parage and cement walks, price $2700:
5 i room cottage with rood basement,
new. and all right for $2700 and terms
to suit. A new 5 room rotlag-e and a
good one for only $2150. A 4 room
eottage with basement and garage for
$2200. These ore , good, they are
mighty good for the , money. -MeOILCHRISTi
4 PEXXIXGTOX .
209 U. 8. Bank Bldg. Phono 140
, : 25 alfitf
HOW MCCH CASH HAVE YOI7? WELL
I doin't expect Too to tell me but if
Tcu will coma IO my office I'd show
yon what bargain yonr lota or a little
rath would buy. I've some dandy deals
rith merit.
Robinson
213 Oregon Building.
25 al6
AUTO PARK IKTATIOX
.Located on it. Capitol street near
TTnion afreet. Price for onick aale.
$4000 cash. This can ba made a real
maney maker. '
W. H. GRABEXHORST CO.
275 Stato St. - 25-al6
' ... .
REAL ESTATE -City 23
ROOM HOUSE ON PAVED STRKET.
jCnii location, large living room, hard
wood floors in living room and dining
room, furnace, f fireplace, breakfast
nook, laundry trays, built-ins, east front
$5 Mil); some terms. H. E. Brown or
Melvin Johnson, 109 South Commer
cial St. ( 25-al 7
HOME BUYERS ATTENTION
Some of the best buys in bungalows,
houses, vacant lots, suburban homes,
farms, apartment houses and stores
that we ever had. Some with easy
terms. I
94500 New modern bungalow.
$4100 New modern bungalow.
95500 New modern bungalow.
$3500 New modern bungalow. 1
$280(k New modern bungalow.
925O0 New modern buugalow.
95500 Betutiful 10 acre tract, good
buildings, . electric lights, bath, own
water system, i i
93700 Dandy 3 acre improved,
f 1900 Fine 5 acre tract no buildings.
t2200 Improved one acre tract.
Best 100 i acre t farm, good buildings.
Howell prairie. Only 990 per acre.
.9 1500 iiroeery: store with living rooms
cheap rent. A good paying business.
Don't fail, to see this snap,
i ' i ''.'('.!
! GUILDS & BECHTEL ;
540 State St.
i Tot Real Real Estate Bargains
' 2i al.'.tf
f SPECIAL '
I 5 room bonse, 2 nice east front lots,
on paved' street and car line. A bar
gain for 92500; terms.
I New 4 room house, paved street, full
basement, snap for 92300.
i 5 room almost new garage. A snap
for 92300. i 1
: 4 rooms, large lot on paved street.!
Some fruit. Look at this one for
$1650. Good terms.
I 3 room house, 2 nice lots with all
Itinds of fruit for 91250.
THOMASON, 33m State St. 25-al5tf
Good Holmes. Right
Prices. jSee; Salem,
rThe Pride of Oregon
i
Fine 8 room bouse, lot 70x170, gaa,
selectric light, bath, etc.; paved street.
;Price 93500; terms,
f. Nice 6 room bungalow, basement;
good property.; Only 92800: terms.
! Another 6 room bungalow, paved
street, facing east; barn, price 93000;
terms. . I
For sale rosy 3 room bungalow,
partly furnished: fine view. jOnly .$2,
200. You ran make your own terms.
A very fine 10-acre tract, Vlose in,
very rich soil. I A snap at 94000; tfrms.-
We write Insurance.
If it is a house, lot. farm or trade
ee me j
Money to loan at 6 per rent on good
farm property up to 95000.
Rich li. Reimann
! Realtor
307-308 Oregon Bldg. Thone 1013. 1
i 25 al4tf
FOR SALE SALEM HOME. SOUTH
j Church, with a ''million dollar view."
! Seven rooms, bath, full basement, all
: plastered except one room, city water,
: deep drilled well for cold, pure drink
: ing water. Lota of fruit and roses.
: Oarage and poultry shed. Lot 90 by
i 135 feet. Price 93200, terms. Inquire
. Statesman office. . 25-al3tf
BEST BUYS AND EXCHANGES
4 room bungalow, coop, woodshed,
lot 50x130. 91550; 9100 cash, balance
920 and interest monthly.
5 room strictly modern, atone tone
finish lovely i new bungalow, S46UO;
50O cash balance $35 and interest
monthly. This can not be duplicated
in Salem. j
.180 acre well improved ranch, want
acreage near Salem.
26 acre well improved ranch near
Salem, want larger ranch out.
; Want to place 3 91000 loans on
Salem property. .
SOCOLOFSKY
341 Stat i 23 a!3tf
Oregon
jThen
Salem
General Real Estate and Insurance. -
? OREOO-V INCORPORATED
315-316 U. S. Bank bldg., Salem, Ore
i ' i f ' 25-al
UP TO DATE MACHINE SHOP IN THE
heart of the automobile district, equip
ped fdr- any kind of machine work.
automobile repairing, motor grinding a
specialty. Invoice over 95500. Price
14500. i
-VOISAN A ULRTCH
122 North" Commercial Phone 1354
i 25-A14
INVESTIGATE CHEAP., CLOSE IN
; and tubnrban treats r
20 acres. Waldo Hills district, new
bouse. $3700.
' i 5 acres, all aet to fruit, Keiser dis
trict. $200O. I ' :
. 1 acre . and 7 room house in West
Salem. 92500.
12 acres Vital Springs district.
12500.
17.31 acres fruit in Waldo Hills
district, good buildings, 97000.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
147 N. Commercial St.. 'Salem, Oregon
1 25-al2tf
SNAP SNAPPY SNAPPIEST
A good little two room new, with
full 54 foot frontage oa a paved street.
for $650. i
: A six room house with east front of
75 feet, about 250 deep, on paved
street and car line. 92750; barn also.
Terms. I
See Wm. j Fleming for bargains at
341 State St. 25-al0tf
FOR SALE 8 ROOM HOUSE AT 451
South ICth street. Bath, water, lights,
large lot with fruit and shade trees,
cement walks and paved street, east
front. Price 92150; 9650 cash, balance
920 a month and interest. Vacant,
possession at once. Krueger, 147 N
Commercial street. Phone 217. 25-alO
2 EAST FRONT LOT8 OX NORTH 2 1ST.
St.. 9500. I
1 lot paved atreet, good ' location.
$300. I
I-ots in Kay addition at $200.
' All can be bought for 10 .per cent
down and $10 per month. tt. J-..
Brown or Melvin Johnson, 109 S. Com
mercial St. ' 25-al
MINUTE MOVIES
UJHLELAM '
TRU5TED
TRAITORS
: - I ' A
EPISODE. JO.
A wvsTePious siTuaToaJ
WMV T
; HyLVIA
Followed the Pocioeis
ASSERlT
.. . . .
v. JSlfciw,-",,-'
WAOCEAfCfc
REAL ESTATE City 2.1
BUSINESS e'ORNER WII4. BRI'U 200
per cent on th iijveatmeut.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE,
: ' . . , . 25 a7lf
APARTMENT HOUSE. CLOSE IX. 915,-
OOO; 7 room house, 2 lots, $11650 ; 4
room house, $lt50; tl room Louse, close
in, $4foii.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE. Realtor
3 Blocks north of 1'ostoffioe
25 a7tf
$25 Down
Balance 930 per month, including in
terest, will buy five room house in
good location, 1 block from school,. 1
block from car ' Hue and paVejnent,
gravel road in front of place. For
further information telephone l!r!4-J.
25-p9tf
LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE
with Oregon Incorporated. Home of
the homeseeker and investor. Victor
Schneider, secretary, 315 and 316 U.
H. Bank Bldg.. Salem, Oregon. a it!
SNAP '
New home, stucco finish, 5 rooms,
hardwood floors, cement basement, fur
nace, fireplace, paved street modern in
every way. Price " 94400 plus new
pavement. Terms 9500 down.
W. H. C.RABKNHORST & CO.
275 State St. . 25 al6
BUSINESS BLOCK. A GREAT BUY.
922.5O0. Business block, $20,000.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE - '
25a7tf
LOOK I
93200 located at 1655 S. High St.,
5 room plastered home. Eleetrie range
goes with place. $500 down, 925 per
month. t
W. H. GRABEXHORST 4 CO.
275 State St. 25-al6
MODERN SIX ROOM HOUSE COM-
pletely. newly and artistically furnish
ed. See owner on premises, corner
Oak and Liberty. 25 7
ONE OF OUR MOST BEAUTIFUL
homes, 915,000. Another one of them.
912,500. Most attractive lots at all
kinds of prices. Trades good ones for
small farms close to Salem.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE, Realtor
492 X. Cottage 25 a7tf
FOR SALE BY OWNER MODERN 8
room bouse, basement, paved afreet, ga
rage. 161 S. 14th. Phone 114UM.
, 9250 DOWN -
925 per month buys a six room house,
lot 65x122 feet, - paved street, garage,
located on X. 5th street. Price 92000.
W. H. GRABEXHORST It CO.
275 State St. 5 25-al 6
FOR SALT: TEX ROOM HOUSE.
close in. 93500. Three room bunga
low, new, not far out. $1175. Six
room house, all on one floor, ; 9210O,
easy terms. Exchange 10 acre walnut
grove .in bearing for home in Salem.
320 acre dairy ranch, $35 per; acre,
for city property. Large house : for
smsll one. Five room house and cash
for six room. 1 1 '
V. L. WOOD I i ,":
341 State St. 25 a9tf
TEX BEAUTIFUL 1-ACRE HOMESITES
just beyond city limits, high, sightly
wonderful view.- Each 94O0, 111 p-r
cent, down, $10 a month if taken soou.
Splendid value. Harris. Phon a 1013.
1942J. 25 jne3tt
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY
wording "For Rent,." price 10; cents
each. Statesman Business Office, on
Ground Floor. J. j"
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 74"
wording "For Sale. Enquire At." Price
10 cents each. Statesman Business
Office, Ground Floor.
910.000 HOME ! s
Located on the Week in a fine Oak
grove, large grounds, 125x200 feet, 8
rooms and completely modern in every
-detail, new and ready to occupy.;Pav-
ed street,- double garage, i Terms. If
you are looking for a real home , let
us show you this property.
W. H. GRABEXHORST A CO.'
275 State St. ; 25-al6
5 ROOM HOUSE. STRICTLY MODERN.
hardwood floors. 95200.
6 room modern new house, very at-
. - tractive, f43UO.
7 room modern new bouse, $6500.
Beautiful stucco house, new, 6 rooms.
creek property. $7500.
These properties are well located and
good terms can be arranged.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN Realtor.
216 Ore iron Building. 25-a6tf
REAL ESTATE Trades 27
NICE 4 ACRE HOME BETWEEN D
street and Garden Road. Price $5,
. 800. . Want home in or near Salem,
i not exceeding this value. P. L. Buell,
K7, Box 18, Salem. 27 a2l
ONE ACRE OF IMPROVED LAND, good
house for Salem property., C. A. Mil
ler, Whiteson, Oregon. 27-al5
REAL ESTATE! Farms 28
FARMS IX 75 OR 200 ACRE GEN'
eral faTtus close to Salem we ran show
; you two bargains. $100 an acre and
" both within 5 miles.
BECKE It HEXDRICKS i
U. 8. Bank Bldg. r 28-al6
160 ACRES AT THE HEAD OF STEER
Creek in the Siletx Valley, Lincoln
:' county. Excellent grating land. Tira
I ber estimated to rut over 300.000 feet
Only jt200
A. C. BOHRXSTEDT
: 147 No. Commercial St., Salem, Ore.
j i .-' '.-,!.! 2d a Kit f
WANTED SMALL FARM,! WEIX WA
tered. Write full description.: 4867
Statesman. i 28-aI6"
LOOK THESE OVER f i
25 acre suburban heme for residence
property.
320 acres eastern Oregon, partly ir
rigated, for Salem property.
25 acre dairy ranch, cows, feed,, ma
chinery, for Salem property. '
Nice large bungalow for stock grac
eries. '
20 acre suburban hora for residence.
Corvallis, Dallas. Portland and Al
bany property for Salem property.
For excellent buys, exchanges and
investments
See PERRINE & MARSTERS
Com. Club bldg. 28 a8tf
SJNSpecTOR
Hunt and
HIS fOEA
MILDEW
LOVE Slfe BASIL VUlTH ALL
)twat'll be j
rAV HEART AND I HAVE ONV
.-r-. . i .o It
REAL ESTATF Farms 28
FOR SALE OR TRADE AT A 8ACRI-
fire. So acres 7 -: miles from Malem,
small house, large chicken house, barn,
on gravel rond one mile from pave
ment.! .Will consiiler city property.
II. E. Brown or: MVlvin Johnson.
109 South Commercial St. 28-al7
FR SALE FARM OF 200 ACRES Lo
cated close to Salem 011 paved road,
suitable for dairying, fruit or grain.
Some beaverdam land- Wo 11 1.1 consider
-trade up to $400(1. I'rice $20,000. Mgt.
Divide.. Address owner. Route 4, SSa
lera. ! Box 21. 28 al7
FARM OF 160 ACRES FOR REXT ON
Hall terry road, at r inter station.
Known as Mrs. R. R, Reid farm. S:ock
tools, feed, seed, for sale. Cash rent.
References required.. Inquire at farm,
or wrile 974 E. Irving St., Portland.
Oregon. Phone KAst 0095. 28-alti
A SMALL PAYMENT DOWN AND
monthly payments like rent will pur
chase a partially :- improved 11.65 acre
place. Nearly completed five room bun
galow with large -fireplace. 8 miles -out.
Suitable for poultry, fruit, nuts or
small country horn 92500
A. C. BOHRXSTEDT
147. Xo. Commercial St., .Salem, Ore.
' 'jHalOtf
REAL ESTATE Suburban SO
SERVICE STATION ' SITE AN D RESI-
dence for salo right, f High class, welt
located." - i
BECKE HENDRICKS
U. S. Bank Bldg. j 30 alC
USED CAR." fFor Sale 31
FOR SALE 1923 -MAXWELL SPORT
roadster. Fully equipped. A-l mechan
ical condition. Price $775; terms. See
Hunt, cere Valley i Motor Co. Phone
1995. 3 la 19
FORD COUPE FOR SALE 1921 MOD-
el. Must be disposed of at . once as
owner is leaving: next week for Can
ada. Car is. in splendid running order
tires almost new Has Stromberg car
buretor. Gets good mileage. Apply on
Saturdav at 1745 State street and ask
for C. V. Klancliford or Phone Hitil J.
31-al
1923 Maxwell sport roadster $850
1918 Dodge touring $200
1923 Chevrolet touring :....... $450
1919 Ford touring $150
1920 Ford touring -. 9250
1923 Dodge roadster 9"50
1923 Chevrolet; disc wheels, spot
light, bumper. Car. run 500O miles
1 : 9550
(Terms)
BOXESTEKLK MOTOR CO. .
31-al7
, A Ud 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 ran get one of the best
Sixes built for 9890 1
1920 (late series) Studebaker spe
cial for 9575. Do you know the ex
h Herat ion of driving a real automo
bile? It's really- cheaper to drive a
high grade car than a cheap one if you
can save thst 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. britbt and
shiny as new. Better tires than on a
new car. 925 worth of extras in
cluded. We have several pretty good auto
mobiles sold without a guarantee for
$5.
1917 Buick six touring. Selling
- "As Is" for $150. Five good tires.
Car runa fine and with a little paint
aud tightening up would be as good
as any 1500 car;
Certified Public Motor
. j . Car. Market
255 X. Church St. Phone 885. 31-al6
Used Car Specials
1924 Ford roadster.
1919 Dodge roadster.
1921 Dodge sedan.
J919 Liberty chummy roadster.
1923 Hupmobile ,1ouring.
1921-Hupmobile .tonring.
GOOD TERMS
MacDonald Auto Co.
Ferry at Cottage St. 31-aKUf
Quality used ears at prices that will
please you. We offer here a few for
your approval:
1919 Briscoe ....... 995
1918 Dort 995
1920 Overland '.T, - 1225
1919 Chevrolet -i 995
119 Studebaker ... $375
1920 Ford coudo $275
1923 Overland $485
1924 Cleveland . : - 950
1922 Olds sedan - 9890
1923 Buick sport - 91275
We have others for you to select
from. Come in and look them over.
We Oive Terms)
W. PETTYJOHN' CO.
219 X. Commercial St. 31-a7tf
TJ8ED FORD CARS FROM ATf
! AUTHORIZEP FORD DEALER
Tonring cars
9 85 to 9350
9 75 to 9325
9275 to 9150
9225 to 9150
9 65 to 9275
9 85 to 9385
Roadsters
Coupes ....
Sedans
Light deliveries-
Ton trucks
'Bugs'
$125 to $225
All cars are guaranteed. Liberal terms.
A few Bug chassis $3.i.
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Phone 1995t 260 X. High 31 Jne23tf
1 1922 Hudson, $550. Good tires and
i in fine shape.
1 1921 Studebaker. 9650. excellent buy
1 1922 4 Buick, 9600. Shouldn't be
i turned down.
1 1922 sedan. - Bargain.
1 1921 Overland. $250.
11924 6-touring, 91250. Four wheel
brakes. -
1 1920 Chevrolet, 9225.
O. J.; Wilson
38 N. Commercial St.
Also distributor for tfooilyw tire.
31-jlvl9f
(All rights protected by Tie George Matthew Adams
IdocToe smarpe
HHUJE INSPECT
OR. HUNT 1 5
EXAMINING THE
SERVANTS' CyRlL
SlNlSTEra.QlCH
FlELXi? LAUjy&R
ABB IVES AT
M1LDEU) MAWO&
ALL. FOR ihc KJ
CLASSIFIED
Of Reliable Husiness
AMBULANCE
AMBULANCE SERVICE, DAY OR night.
, AUCTIONEERS :
f F. N. WOOOIiV
Expert Livestock, furniture, real estate
J AUITIUS E.C.KH
Res. 1610 N. Summer Phono 511. for
Kales dates.
f L, E. TALBOTT i
f Auctioneer
Phona 470 '202 V. S. Bank Bldf.
i - . a9
I j G. SATTERLEE j
I i-j Auctione.riiig
1 Rooms 25-26, Breyuian Blink
- Phone 4iO- or 121 1.1. jne-12tf
AUTO PAINTING
HAVE US REPAINT YOUR CAR WITH
our new permanent finish.
mutt Cms
H i gh Street a t Trade
AUTO REPAIRING
s Cylind r grinding, crank shaft true-
ing. We re -specialists. louente Ma
chine Shop. . Automotive machinists,
349 F-rry St.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIANS
C Will m 3)
531
Court St.
KKSTO-LITE BAT TK R Y SERVICE
ritatHiu. Expert battery and ele-trial
work. Ferris Bros., Pboiie ldo3, 41d
Court. t
J ; : h .
RL D. BARTON EX IDE BATTERIES
j starter and generator work; 171 South
! Commercial.'
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
it
les snd repairing; 387 Court.
i CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
SALEM CARPET CLEANING AND
Fluff Rug Works Rag and fluff rugs
woven any site without seams. New
nisttr-sses made to order. Oil mat-
! tresses remade. Feathers renovated. I
j buy all kinds of old carpets for fluff
j rugs. :-13 .j and Wilbur streets. Phone
j 1154. Otto F. Zwirker. Prop. - -
CHINESE PHYSICIAN
DR. L T. DICK CURES AXY KXOWX
I disease. 153 S. High St.. Phone 23.
; CHIROPODIST
DR. S.F. SCOTT. GRADUATE NA
I tional University Sciences, Chicago.
Ms'Bnif Temple, fhone B4Q. r
CHIRO PR ACT 0 R 3
DR. O. L. SCOTT. PSO CHIROPRACTOR,
414-19 V. S. Bank Bldg. Phone T.
;! res. 828-R.
CLEANERS ft DYERS
SAl.EM CLEANERS AND DYERS. 1215
S. Commercial. l"hone l(i8. We spe
ciality on one day s"rvire.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
CIVIL. CONSULTING. CONSTRUCTION
Conetructing engineer. Sjurveys. esti
mates Jno. H. Keef, 319 Oregon
Bids. Phone 775.
CONTRACTORS
FOR CEMENT WORK CALL AT 436
N. Summer street. r"hone tt J.
CHERRY r CITY COXTRACTIXG CO
General contracting and building. 1 Esti
mates gladly furnished. Phone 1807R
or 59F12. d26tf
DRESSMAKING
PRINTED CARDS-: SIZE 14" BY 7A
wording. "Dressmakinic" : price 10
cents each. Statesman Business Office
Ground Floor.
ELECTRICIANS
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. M A S O NIC
. building. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURES" AND SUPPLY
Co. Phone 193. 222 N. Liberty.
FLEE N E ft ELECTRIC CO.
iiouse wiring oy nour or contraci. es
timates furnished, . Phone 9o0. 471
court st.
HALE ELECT RIO
SHOP
Electric Fixtures
Washing Machine!
Vacuum Cleaners
337 Court St.
Phone 488
Res. Phone 7025
FINANCIAL
LOANS MADE OX GOOD CITY PROP
erty at a low rate on the easy payment
'plan, so at end of year you r are all
' uaid ud. Farm loans on large or small
tracts: private money. See first and
you will , go no farther. G. W, Laflar,
410 Oregon Bldg.
'Farn;TLoans !
5V27o ";
ANDERSON ft RUPERT
406 Oregon Building
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST.
lorner ti'e. com"ission. Protects
against : adversity. City loans, lowest
rates, monthly . installments, pre-pay-ment
privileges. J. C. Siegmund, room
c. over ijai ron rmnn.
Service Trade Mark Registered TJ.
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BUSINESS
and Professional f Firms Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for .Quick Reference j
FINANCIAL
6LOAXS UNDER RESERVE SYSTEM
on . city or farm property. R -serve De
posit company. 72 Fourth Street, Port
laud. Or. is.
' ;, LOANS. .
- -.. Farm and ;;!ity
Most liberal rates and payment
privileges.
' HAWKINS & ROBERTS
203 Oregon Bldg. i t bulein, Oregon
i I ' . ; 13 tf
City Loans
On improved property or for
" iiiiproved purposes - '
THE BEST and easiest.
;'way to pay on loan is our
:' monthly installment plan.
L 96 payments iof $14.14
repays a loan of 91000.00
: and interest. . i
: Equitable Savings tt Loan
. Assu. t
! ANDERSON ft ; RUPERT
Agents
406 Oregon. Building
FARM ! PAPER
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 15c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem, Oregon for a tlir e
months' trial subscription. Mention
this sd. ; .
POULTRY!! EX SEND EIGHT TWO
reiib si4uiis lur special lurro iuuuuis
trial for the best and oldest journal in
the west. The articles and advertise
ments: are of sp-cial interest to the
poultry breders of the Northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal. 211 Coin
rrercial street. Salem, liregon.'
FLORISTS
CUT FLOWERS, GLADIOLUS, FLORAL
pioies. Mrs. E. A. Bennett. 2233
Fairgrounds avenue. Phur.e 12(10. all
CUT FLOWERS. WEDDIXG BOUQUETS
funeral wreaths, decorations. C. r.
Rreithaupt. florist, 123 N. Liberty
Phone 380. i - '
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
SALEM MORTUARY, FUNERAL DIREC-
tors. 210 Center. Phone 1056.
FURNITURE STORES
GIESE FURNITURE CO. Q UAL IT Y
furniture for less money. 32 Court,
Phone 464. f
PEOPLES' FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second hand furniture; 271 X
Commercial. - 1
HEMSTITCHING
STAMPING. HEMSTITCHING, NEEDLE-
work. The Vogue, 429 Court St.
f -3l
HEMSTITCHING. STAMPING. PLEAT-
mg. 1 lie Petite feliop, Koom 5, over
Busii-ks.
n29tf
SALEM ELITE H KM STITCHING
pleating, buttons, stamping and needle
work; 328 Oregon bldg. Phone 379.
MRS. C E. Mll.l F.R HEMSTITCIUNU
FOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHONE
1483M. 25tf
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
DR. L. G. AI.TMAXj HOMEOPATH! ST,
Does a eeneral practice. Treats Goker,
Oall Stones, and Dropsy, arising from
diseases of heart,! liver or kidneys
without operation. r Office and resi
dene, 296 X. Liberty St., Salem, Or.
Phone 14 1. ' '
INSURANCE
WARREN Ft POWERS
T A . V:u A iifitmnKtU
219 U. S. Xat'l Bank Bldg. Phone B07
ZJUDIES TAILORING
D. "If. MOSHER TAIIXK FOR MEN
and women. 474 Court St.
LAUNDRIES
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 316 S
Liberty street. Phone 25. o 1 d e s t
'"largest best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM. LAUNDRY
Qualitv work; prompt service; 1264
Broadway. I hone If",.-!.
LUGGAGE
! COME HERE!
The b' st buys in hand
luggage and trunks.
MAX 0. 1 BUKEK
1 Furniture
179 X. Cuiu'L Salem
MEDICAL
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
Phone 517 W.
MUSIC LESSONS
A COURSE IX BUSINESS PIANO
plitying. Popular syncopated, standard
music. Semi-classic and ballads; 12
lessons. Waterman Piano School, lie
Cornnck Bldr.
MUSIC STORES
SHERMAN, CI AY ft CO.,"- PIANOS
Steinways. Duo-Art and others. Moore's
Music House, 415, Court Street.
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music.
and piano studies. U pairing pnono
graphs and sewing machines; 432
State street. Salem.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswu-k. 11. L, stiff Furni
t h re Co.. Music Dept. :
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS
DR.-A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic d iseass;41j Oregon mag
Phone HO.
S. Patent Office)
.
Iv.iSS
DISCOVEREO A BARE .
WAS
OCIEAJTaL DPUO- IM HIS
QUESTION
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SH-H- JO IN AND
SIR BASIL AND
DOCTOR. - I vwanI
JTb HAVE A FEW
, WORD? WITH
.THE inspector!
DIRECTORY
NURSES
FOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHONE 1493R
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NURSERY STOCKS
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pearev Brrt... 237 State.
OPTICIANS
THE KATOS OPTICAL CO.
Charges reasonable Examination free.
- .282 X. Commercial St.
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING
PHONE OLE XX- ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating.) paper hauging, tinting, etc.
Reliable workman.
GET MY
FREE SAMPLE BOOS
for comparison
MAX O. BUREN
Furniture
179 X. Com' I. Salem
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Qeoirge R. Vefors, M. D,
. Physician and Surgeon
410-11 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Office hours 10-12; 2-5
and by appointment.
Office phone til 5. Residence phone 1975 J.
f. - "I -57
PIANO TUNERS
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Pi
ano tuner, wave orders Mi s Music
S ore. ..I -
PLUMBING
PLUMBING AND GENERAL REPAIR
work. liraber Bros., 141 S. Liberty
Phone 550. Mstf
PiUMBIXG REPAIRING .AND COIL
work. Phone 495 V. a Shop 127 Union
street. A. L. Godfrey. - - '
RADIATORS, FENDERS, ETC.
RADIATORS. FENDERS, BODIES made
or repaired. J. C. Hair. 2.6 State St
RADIO
- RADIO DOCTORS
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. '
- F. j S. BARTON, Prop.
Mason i Temple Phone 1200
REPAIRING
' ALVIN B. STEWART
-1 347, Court St.
Umbrellas, Cutlery end Keys
Lawnmowers, razor-blades, scissors.
knives and tools sharpened.
. SCAVENGERS
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE GAR
bage and refuse of all kir.ds removed
by the month. Ressoni'.le' rates. Cess
pools cleaned and .) j 1 i.rnili re
n-oved. Phon-s: Offite 'J5: Res. '2058.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WANTED EVERYTHiXG IX "CLOTH"
ing and shoes. Best prices iit'd. Cap
ital Exchange; 342 Xoith Co.iiint r. is
Phme 1368 -W.
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIBXKG
STOVES REBUILT AXD REPAIRED
40 years' experience. Depot National
fence, sizes 26 io 58 in. h.gh. Paints
oils and varnishes, etc.. locanherry and
hop hooks. ..Salem Ft nee and Stove
Works; 250 -Conrt Street. Phone 124.
TRANSFER AND HAULING
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
Sta: Sti Phone 933. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty.. Get
our rates. -
WE MOVE, STORE AXD SHIP HOUSE-
hold goods. Our specialty is piano and
furniture moving. We also make coun
try trips. We handle the best coal and
: wood- " Call . on us for prices. We giv?
pood measure, rood quality and good
service. Larmer Transfer Co. Phone 930
TRANSFER AND HAULING. OP ALL
kinds. Phone 19F3.
TRANSPORTATION
PARKER'S STAGE LI XES I
O. V.j; Parker, General Manager
Central S aee Terminal Salem, Oregon.
f i SALEM -SILVERTON DIVISION
1 leaves Salem, Central S-aife Termiual:
-7 a. m. ; 11 a. m. ; 5 p. m.
; Leaves Silverton News Stand:
9 a.m. : 1 p.m. : 6 p.m. -
J Salera-Independen-e-Monmouth Division
j Leaves Salem. Central Stage- Terminal,
i 7 sum.; 9 a.m.; ll:lo a.m.;
! l. ' 8:10 p.m. ; 5:10 p.m.
: Leaves Monwoulh, Monmouth Hotel: '
i'i 8:15 a.m.; 1 p.m.; 3:13 p.m.
Leav s -Independence, Beaver Hotel:
I 8:30 a.m.; 9:50 a.m.; '1:15 pin.
: ! 4 p.m.; 6:30 -p.m.
Leaves Central Stage Terminal, Salem
I for Dallas at: .
7 a.m.; 11:10 a.m.; 8:10 p.m. - .
Leaves Gail Hotel, Dallas, at:
8 s.m.; 1 p.m.; 6:15 p.m.
We make connections at Salem to all
parts of the valley. Extra trips by ap
pointment.
J. W. PARKER. General Manager.
WATER
SALEM WATER. LIGHT ft POWER CO
Offic 801 South Commercial St. -Ten
per cent discount, on domeitic Hit
i rates paid in advance. No deduction
for absence or any cause unless water
j is shot .ff vtinr premises.
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FOX , hs FClVATe SECRETARY
To SAVj To THE PdUCE
See 16-Wior.r.ovij's Epitope.
'accusing evidesce-
PRIESTS PERMITTED
TO CELEBRATE MASS
IN RUSSIAN KREMLIN
(By Tfca AssocUted Prsi)
MOSCOW, July 19 Soviet of
ficials, military cadets and revo
lutionary leaders who make tip the
strangely-mixed population of the
Kremlin Russia's 'Holy of Ho
lies," were -shaken out of their
usual communistic repose recently
when a group of 300 archbishops,
bishops and priests, dressed in rich
and costly vestments of the old re
gime, entered the iforbdlden gata
of that sanctuary unannounced
and celebrated mass in one of tho
ancient cathedrals where the Czar
formerly worshipped. It was th
first time since the advent ot the
Bolshevists to power that the sol
emn revolutionary atmosphere oJ
the Kremlin was broken by a reli
gious gathering.
Amazed at the appearance of the
strange procession within the sao-
rosant walls of the government
citadel, clerks, soldiers and offi
cials employed in the Kremlin
dropped- their work hurriedly an-l
whispered anxious inquiries as to
the reason for the religious invas
ion. Caustic comments were ex
changed on the appearance of the
lean, ascetic, long-haired and be-
whiskered prelates, who,, with
their golden mitres and in silk
robes, recalled the days when the
church was the most powerful in
stitution in Russia.
"Take them to the barber and
have their whiskers and hair re
moved," said one of the military
cadets irrevently. "They have no
business here. We cast them out
of oar ranks long ago. . Down with
religion! Down with the church!"
Others took a more considerate
attitude, explaining that the clergy
had recently held a conclave and
had obtained permission from th
government'to offer prayer in.tho
largest of the Kremlin cathedrals."
While the astonished commu
nists of the Kremlin were still dis
cussing the intrusion ofe eccle
siasts, the procession passed undis
turber through the wide pathway
of the Kremlin to the cathedral.
The congregation in the cathedral
consisted entirely of bishops and
priests, not a single communist'or
layman being present. For sever
al hours the ancient walls of the
Kremlin, which have witnessed
Russia's triumphs and trials for a
thousand years, echoed with the
elaborate musical, ritual of the
Russian Orthodox- Church, in
vhich more than 300 bishops and"
priests participated.
The church ceremonies wen
maue more remarkable by the fact
that the visiting prelates, wheal
heart are bitterly opposed to th
Bolsheviks, asked the blessings ol
Providence on ; the Soviet -regime
and ended with a prayer for Ions
life to the members of the govern
ment, just as formerly they prayed
for long life to the Czarist govern
ment and the; emperor and his
family.
While the mass was being held
the crowds outside the: cathedral
disappeared, btft once the ceremo
nies were brought to a close,
groups of military cadets ap
proached the church and .renewed
their derisive remarks about the
bishops and priests. They then
struck " up "The International,"
and it w-as to the strains of this
martial revolutionary hymn thai
the religious procession filed out
of the Kremlin.
Famous French Racehorse
Has Many Kin in America
LOUISVILLE. Ky., Aug. 9.
Elood of Kentucky thoroughbreds
courses in the veins of Epinard,
French champion, V. Sanders,
Louisville turf writer declared
after a study of the long pedigree
of the Pierre Werthelmer colt,
who is in this "country for three
races against America's best.
Epinard's dam, Epine Blanche,
was bred by Major August Bel
mont at the time he had Rock
Sand at his Lexington, Ky., stud
farm. Epine Blanche was out of
White Thorne, who brought to the
racing w-orld a colt named Haw
thorne. Hawohtrne was the fav
orite for the Kentucky derby of
1913, but was stricken shortly be
fore that race and did not start
in the classic. He was an extreme
ly fast two-year-old and was easi
ly the best of his age, according
to Sanders. -
Hawthorne's mother. White
Thorne, was out .of Nasturtium, a
stock horse who begat many fast
sprinters and good i brood mares
that have produced high class
thoroughbreds in this country and
abroad.
Mrs. Noah doubtless had opin
ions of her own when she found
the two ants in the butter. "
TUB I JC NOTICES
" . NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that 1
have impounded the following de
scribed dogs in compliance with
Ordinance No 1404, to-wit: One
tun colored male collie doj; with
bobtail. One mongrel pup, tan
with white npota. collar on. The
aliove described dogs will be
killed if not redeemed by owners,
on or before August 20. 1924, as
provided In said o'-dl-ance.
; W. S. LOW,
Street Commissioner.
August 15, 1924.
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