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THE OREGON STATESMAN, ULEM, AltEdOM
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REAL ESTATE -CI tj 25
; TOCNO MAN WOULD YOU SOONER
Say that rent money on a home of your
, f If ao, eome and talk it over with
HARRIS. Entrance Masomc Temple
fbeaea 793, J942 J. 25 u27tf
w 8 room modern bungalow, farnare.
- xirepJac and garage, on South Hi(h.
& room modern bungalirw, corner lot.
South 8alem. Price 500U; ilOOO
; M. balance to suit,
j New S room modern bungalow on
?, .North Mh street. Price $3250 for
, New 4 room bungalow in North Sa
1 lm. East front, near car lino, aud
1 ichooL Price 92700; terms. , I -
i KRLEGKR '
i f 147 North Commercial St. Phone 217.
I ! 6PKCIAL
k ! 4 room house north on car line f2,
i00, with SlOO down.
1 I 5 room house to trade for 8 room
3 here with food house 3 blocks
from ear line trade for house! in town.
IVt acre cleae iu with 5 room house,
t paved road, close to school, trade for
' house in townn.
' 33114 State St. 25-dlltf
atSAKS LOT TERMS AND CHEAP. Can-
; BECKE HENDRICKS
ITT a H..I. u 1 9Z.ATit
A Linen Mill for Salem
This mean that real estate rslues In
Salem will increase 20 per cent within
the next twelve months.
JUST THE PLACE Modern 5 room
bungalow fireplace, furnace. Hwd floors
etc. Only 94500; food terms.
AT THIS 7 room nous, tot
75x150, gai-are, paved street. Abun
dance of fruit. tOwner has to sell.
Make an offer. . '
Toti will hare to act Quickly if you
want to choose a good s acre tract
in "Salem Hirhway Tracts." Prices
ranging from 9400, up according to lo
cation. . We write insurance.
Rich L. Reimann
4-5-6 D'Arcy Bldg. Phone 1013.
' - 25-d7tf
TERMS COTTAGE CLOSE IN AT 1154
' P Oak. Or will rent or lease. Price
13250; rent 930: vacant.
I I BECKE HENDRICKS
f TJ. B. Bank Bid. 25-d7tf
t ROOM HOUSE ON PAVED STREET,
i large tot, fruit, garage S2SOO.
4 room new house. East Salem, fur
. nace, paved street, S360Q; easy terms.
"5 room strictly modern home, very
k close in, excellent condition, practically
, f new, 95950. Good terms. I
. Beautiful new home of 7 rooms,
i strictly modern in every way. Oaks ad
l I d it ion. 97750.
- r 9 room house in four apartments, ex
. I eellent furnace, large lot. two garagea,
t pared street on ear line, price SSOOO
including moat of the furnishings. Will
-, -)t take small house, grocery store or
k . butcher shop as part payment.
. . Realtor ,
- i2l6 Oregon Building. 25-d7tf
SOO .DOWN. BALANCE LIKE RENT
takes 1147 North 16th. It's modern,
k basement, ldry tubs, pared, walks, and
I garage. Quick possession. i
l BECKE HENDRICKS I
fTJ. S. Bank Bldg. I ' 25-d7tf
-FIRST CLASS INVESTMENT
New 4 room bungalow, basement, good
lot. Snap 91650.
25 acre farm all in cultivation, good
buildings. 10 acres fruit, stock, tools,
feed. Near town on paved road
96500, terma or exchange for resi
dence. Dandy good grocery store and fix
tures, lease of bides, and living rooms.
25 acre farm near Pratum 94000.
If you want to exchange city prop
erty, ereare or farms, see us.
. PERRINE MARSTEBS
Commercial Club Bldg. J 25-d6tf
HINTED CARDS BIZK 14" BY TH"
wording "For Sale, Enquire At," Frloe
t io rents each. 8 U team an BoeiaeM
i Office). Oroond Floor.
J GOOD 5 ROOM COTTAGE ON OAK
y street. Reasonable payment down
f and.. balance like rent.
A. C. BOHRXSTEDT
147 Iforth Commercial Street.
C8T OUTSIDE SALEM MODERN
home - with everything. 94750; terma.
f Drape, linoleums, electric range, etc.
8. Bank Bldg.
' L One of which ia located en paved atreet
T .-j ... u Twir tar mil 7 a n a 1 o
utt v " - " - - - -- -
down and 910 per month.
W. H. GRABEKHORST CO,
h 275 State St. - .. - I 25-dlO
a ROOMS MODERN UAKAGE. TERMS.
T See at 117 N. 16th. , :
a. BECKE k HENDRICKS
T U. 8. Bank Bldg. 25-n25tf
of city properties and acreage; includ
ing full listing of the Multiple Sys
tems Some bargains. Confer with me
before buying. 15 years experience in
Salem property and surrounding eoun-
U7' W1I, FLEMING
841 Stato St. I 25-d7tf
ROOM HOME AT COST. EXTRA
large lot with fruit and flowers. Price
93700. Terma if deaired. Quick pos
session. BECKE HENDRICKS
TJ. S. Bank Bldg. 25-d7tf
LOTS! LOTS! LOT8! .
825 down, 95 per month. Price 9500.
Beautiful lota and location. Paved
street, walka. sewer, water, ahade treea.
'or sale by Childs Beehtel. 540
State St. 25-dl4tf
Busineaa block, Salem
Building all furnished
Apt. house, good income..
Apt. bouse close in. good...
Apt. house very close in..
Apt. house corner lot
vria bvu a - ------- "
Will trade good mortgage tor jtpt noua
or rooming bouse. i
Apt. house" close, in , ,. . 94.QOO
Large rooming house 99.000
7 room bouse Marion at 93,500
Furnished bouse elose in 93,700
2 large lota Joining 97.500
Contractors look into these Urge cor
ner. Now for aale at reasonable prices.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE, Realtor
492 North Cottage St. 25-d5tf
ARGAIN LOT MONDAY ONLY WE
have lot yea will say worvn ou tor
TT S Rank Bid. ZS-d7U
BUSINESS OpportuniUeai 2
- APARTMENT HOU8E
Located North Summer atreet. In
come 985. Price 96000. See ns to-
-rw. H. GRABENHORST CO. )
276 State St. i 26-dl5
INCOME WITHOUT WORK
12 room modern apartmennt bouse,
garagea. large lot. good location, in
come 10 per cent on $10,800. price for
a short time $5500; will give easy
terma or conaider a good ear or email
house. This may aell quickly. Act
now. - : . . . ;
841 State St 26-dl3tf
Doing good basinesa and In a fine
location. The present owner ia mak
ing rood money hut must leave Salem.
W. K. GRABENHORST CO.
275 Stato St. 26-dl5
AN AUTO BUSINESS SITE!
Well located ia Salem. . See Wm.
Fleming, 841 State St. 28d7tf
BUSINESS Opportunllics 20
SMALL HOTEL EOIc SALE PROPER
fty and furnishings, $7XM. Good valley
town. Modern plumbing and heatiug.
BECKE As HKNDhK'KS
l"V. S. Bank Bldg. ( 2Vd?tf
it 91650 CASH ' ' '
j - ' Buys a new unfinished 4 room bun
r galow in South Kilxm. Let us show
you this home.
; W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
275 State St. I 2C dl5
CONFECTIONERY WELL LOCATED
' gross sales last year over , $l J.0o.
jPriee f5000. i t
Filling station, grocery and confec
tionery, gross sal"s lsst year over
923 000, price $6875. Will take small
home ud to $350 as part payment..
, WINNIE PETTYJOHN
216 Oregon Bldg. ! J 2C-dl4
An exceptionally good buy in a good
brick income property.
W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
'275 State St. ' 26-dl5
REAL ESTATE Trades 27
WANT SILVERTON OR SALEM RESI
i dence. Pay some cash trade or security
in other property. O. Aurland. Falls
City. 1 27-dl7
REAL. ESTATE Farm 28
WANTED TO HEAR FROM OWNER
of farm or unimproved land for sale.
O. K. Hawley, Baldwin, Wis. 28-dl4
IN POLK COUNTY NEAR GOOD town,
on-highway. 42 acres, nearly all in cul
tivation. 4 room good house and good
barn, suitable for small dairy. Partly
equipped. 94500 and only a little cash.
Rpbinson. Oregon Bldg. 28-dl5
Best huy in Marion county, 7 3-4
acres of fine land with 5 room house,
small barn. Only 4 1-4 miles north
of Salem on paved road. Price for a
few aiays $2600.
331H State St. 28-dl6
- TWO REAL.FARM SNAPS!
Mr. Farm Buyer: here is the farm that
you have been looking for. 50 acre
farm, nearly all under cultivation. Fair
house, good water, orchard. Ou paved
road. Near good high school.- Price
93200; to close an estate.
53 ! acres on gravel road near paved
road. All well fenced, some cleared
land, and some timber. Only miles
east of Halem, $120o rash will handle.
Price 93200. See Childs ft Beehtel,
540 State St. i 28 dl4tf
18- ACRES CLOSE SALE 96500.
BECKK ft HENDRICKS
U. S. Bank Bldg. ; 28-d7tf
HERE ARE TWO EXCELLENT 10 ACRE
Well , located, only 40 rods apart,
with nice east frontage, on County high
way, 13 miles, north of Salem. Only
. one mile from town fnd high school,
closer to country school. One of the 10
acre tracts ia nicely improved; with
J, good' 4 room honse and barn and bean
f iful oak grove; 4. acres in prunes, 2
- .acres bearing, also , berries and other
.'family fruit. Just a real cozy home,
' and good level producing land, priced
very conservative for quick aale, at
only $3500.00 with good terma.
'The other tract near by, is in a high
' state of cultivation and fenced, and is
excellent land, but poor buildings. This
is also priced low, only 92250. Both
tracts owned by same party and all
clear of debt. The owner will accept
good dear North Salem residence or
close in 5 acre improved tract as psrt
Owner leaving on account of ill
. health; reason for selling.
See WELL 8 TAULMAN ft 80N
229 Oregon Building Salem, Oregon.
. " r-, 28-dl4
820 acres located 10 miles out with
extra fine timber. 80 acrea plow land.
Price 865 per acre.? Will take part in
exchange. Thia property ia offered at
a real bargain.
W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
275 81410 81.: i 28-dl0
ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO DO Your
Christmas trading. 40 of the finest
acrea out of doors, food 7 room honse,
splendid barn and other buildings, 7
acrea of prunes and 9 acres of straw
berry jam (enough to spread half aa
far as the latest scandal), the balance
all the very best of Isnd, 4 miles out
and near highway, price 81 6.000 and
the owner wants ctiy stuff or a good
' going ranch; 40 acres out the other
' way 5 miles and a mile off the high
way, good bungalow and splendid bsrn.
20 acres of bearing prunes and 10
acres of fruit and nuts (will raise more
nuts than you ever ssw outside of a
convention), price 920,000 and wants a
dairy or stock ranch; 10 smiting im
proved acres overlooking the highway
for a town residence; 10 bare acres
for town lot; 200 acres improved and
mighty fine for eastern land.
MeOILCHRIST ft PENNINGTON
-208 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 140
FARM BARGAINS TODAYTRADES for
Salem property. Gertrude J. M. Page,
"OH DOCTOR" 60 ACRES WITH 6
room house, large barn and other build
ings, 10 acres of fine bearing prunes
and 2 acres of other orchard, about
1000 cords of oak timber on main road,
: 4 miles from good town. 1 mile to
station, right at school. Price 96000.
-The owner has the blues and kindred
curses and will awap it for a ' town
house or a small tract close to Salem:
5 J room house and 7 room house and
120 acres of timber land with more
than three million feet of saw timber.
Price 910.000. Owner haa enlargement
of the heart and looks longingly to
ward prunes and berries; A splendid
920.00O income property. The own
i er's trouble haa not been finally de
termined bnt his nativity would indi
cate itching palms and he'd consider
a farm or stock of goods; 200 fine
improved acres all good land and clear,
firie 924,000. The owner has "rove
tia" and wants to move to Minnesota
'Iowa. Easternn Dakotas or Nebraska;
10 fine improved acres just off of the
highway and splendid view, price $6.
OOO. The owner has nearsightedness
and wants a house in town.
McGILCHRIST ft PENNINGTON
269 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 140
New four room , bungalow on paved
atreet and car line with garage. Price
91900; $500 down.
W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
275 State St. 28-415
esQVJE OF " HUNTED
REAL ESTATE Farms 28 f
10 ACRES CLOSK SALEM PAVING,
moJarn bldgs. $8000. '
U. 8. Bank Bldg. 28 d7tf
10 ACRES 13500. EDGE OP SALEM.
Bldgs. Will trade for city property.
BrX'KE ft HENDRICKS 1
V. 8. Bank Bid g. ' g8 d7t f
REAL) ESTATE Kxrhuns 2
INCOME PROPERTY OF 12 ROOMS
J a four apartments to .trade for new
modern house in good location. 3-ttiO,
. care. Statesman. 29-dl4
A well improved southern Oregon
farm to exchange for anything in the
Willamette valley. Will take a good
car or truck on the deal. John II.
N.-ott, 305 Oregon Bldg. 2-dl4
1 Best Buys and j
25 acres, on pavement,' improvements,
want grocery, price 93500.
35 acres, improvements, 7 miles
south. 94,200; terms.
$itiOO buys grocery and lunch count
6V4 acrea 8 miles south, 9400 cash,
terms if desired.
91050 buys house and 2 lota, $200
Socolof sky ;
341 State St. 1 29-dl3tf
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE GOOD bue
iness. Blacksmithing and, auto repair
work. Includes residence.' Will con
sider improved farm. Small incum
' brance accepted. 3324, care Statesman.
EXCHANGE: PORTLAND INCOME prop
erty 910,000 for Salem. Farms.
Montana, Nebraska, N. Dak., Idaho
California, for Oregon. For sale
houses. $500; 9700; 91100; 91,
600; 92500; 93500; 94500: $5.
500; 97800; 98500. F. L. Wood.
841 State St. 29-d"tf
1 111 1
REAL ESTATE Suburban 80 f
I HAVE A SIX ACRE PLACE CLOSE
in with good house and old barn on
highway. Will aell an a bargain or
will rent. Also my six room semi-modern
home on Fairmount bill. I'll sell
for 93000 and take just a little rash.
See my ageat. Robinson, Oregon Bldg.
ARE YOU WANTING TO BUY A NICE
ACREAGE HOME N EAR SALEM f
Jf ao, we have recently added to our
list quite a number of very desirable
improved farms and nice acreage homes,
well located near Salem, at prices and
terms that cannot fail to interest those
wanting to buy thia class of property.
A brief description of a few of them
. may serve to bring the homeaeeker
in contact with just what they have
been looking for.
One Is a 3 acre home near Salem,
with an 8 room house: wood-house and
garage, all joined to the residence, in
a way to give the greatest convenience
and comfort, also a nice barn and poultry-
bouse. ; 2 acres filberts and family
orchard; all good land. Added to thia
ideal home, is a magnificient mountain
scene, and, looking eastward, Mt. Hood
and Mt. Jefferson atand out prominent
ly in, all their anow-clad beauty. The
view to the west is rewarded with a
charming panoramic acene of the Cas
cade and coast ranges. Thia beauti
fully located home is only about Shi
miles northeast of Salem. Price 94700.
Owner will take a good Salem residence
aa part payment.
We also have several other very at
tractive 5 and 10 acre homes, well lo
cated on the main highways, near Sa
lem, at conservative prices ranging in
price from $3000 to 94500, also a num
ber of nice dairy, grain and: fruit
farms. Therefore we are prepared to
offer to buyers the various kinds of
farm and city propertiea which their
wanta may require, and we are always
ready and willing to show any
properties on our 1 list to thoae ready
and prepared to buy when we have
shown propertiea matching their re
quirements and ran usually aell on any
reasonable terms. However in case the
, home seeker is only a- maket-believe
proposition, with nothing to invest, we
would in that case, much prefer to do
nate the cost of such service Uj a much
more worthy cause. Of course no hon
est home-seeker will take any offense
at this, as we have not spared any ex--penae
or trouble to show properties to
real buvers and are very willing to do
ao at all times, even though we may
not be able to ma'ch their wants.
See 'WELLS TALLMAN ft SON i
229 Oregon Building Salem, Oroeon
USED CARS For Sale 31
FORD TOURING. OLD MODEL IN good
ahape, runs good, 953. 613 N. "P'V
SKID PRICES ON 1922 MITCHELL,
1922 Overland sedan. 1920 Dodge, 1917
Ford Bog. Clark ft Vincent : Garage,
66O N. Capitol. 81-dl4
1923 FORD SEDAN IN FINE SHAPE,
9445. Terms. Phone 556-R, or call at
1220 Chemeketa St . 31-dl4
FOR SALE !
Late 1923 Model Hupmobile touring,
new paint job. Excellent mechanical
condition $80 worth of extraa. $850,
terma. Will trade for Ford. See Hunt,
Valley Motor Co. Phone 1995. 31-dl7
FOR SALE 2 HUPMOBILE TOURINGS.
Jordan 7 passenger touring. Liberty 4
passenger roadster. These cars will be
aold at a big sacrifice to make room
for new ears. Open evenings till 9.
MacDONALD ft FARSSELL.
Hupmobile and Marmon Distributors
256 State St. Phone 793
WE HAVE IN NO. 1 CONDITION
One -good Maxwell touring. 1
One Bnick touring. I
One Chevrolet touring: 1
One tiardner touring.
One Oakland touring.
One Star touring.
One Durant sedan.
One Dodge coupe.
E. Nordenson Motor
186 South High St. j '
REAL ESTATE Suburban 30
BUH'K TOL'RING CARS
1 1915 .1 pass. 4 cyl $ 17".
1 11 5 pass. 6 cvl 4i;-.
1 121 7 pass. 6 cyl ioo .
1 1921 5 pass. C ryt iM
1.1922 5 pass. 0 cyl ti7.
1 1923 5 pas. 6 cyl 825
1 19-J3 7 pass, ti cyl..... oo
1 1924 .1 pass. 6 cyl 12UO
1 1924 Buick sedan, balloon
tire, bumpers, fog lights.
1 1924 Studebaker LC... 9 900
1 1922 Jcwelt sedan Hull
1 1923 Dodge roadster . ..... f"w
1 1921 Velie touring 30U
Overland touring 2i
F.lgiu touring 125
Elgin touring : loo
1920 Ford touring.. 125
1 1917 5 pass. 0 cyl - 175
1 1918 5 - pass. 6 cyl..:.. :i25
O. J. WILSON
383 N. Commercial St.
FOR SALE 1923 FORD COCPE. CALL
and see at 147 South Commercial.
1922 Dodge roadster, a real buy....$C0O
1922 Dodge touring . .. 575
1920 Dodge sedan 65o
1920 Dodge touring 350
1918 Ford touring I 75
1920 Ford touring with starter 175
1923 Dodge delivery, a real bar
BONESTEELE MOTOR CO.
Ford delivery .,: ...-8 65
Ford bug 65
Ford touring with starter 125
Overland tourings, $50 to . 225
Oldsmobile touring 225
Dodge roadster J. 275
Chevrolet tourings. $30 to 350
1923 Ford roadster like new.... 275
Light Studebaker sedan like
new ; .-. 1150
New Chevrolet with extras at a saving
Have you gotten your Oldsmobile
calendar yet If not come in and get
- F. W. PETTYJOHN CO.
219 and 279 N. Commercial St. 31-dlltf
Ford Specials Today,
1915 touring 45.00
1916 touring 60.00
1919 touring 75.00
1917 roadster .. 100.00
1920 roadster 170.00
1921 roadster, starter 225.00
1924 roadster, starter. .'. 350.00
; 1919 touring, atarter - 115.00
1920 touring, atarter , 160.00
1921 touring, starter - 225.00
1924 touring, atarter . , 37O.0O
1923 coupe ' 395.00
Valley Motor Co.
-Authorized Ford Dealer
; Phone 1995 260 North High
SALEM MARKETS )
i Prices quoted are wholeaale and ar
pricea received by farmers. No ratal'
oricea are riven.
GBAXV AND HAT
No. 1 soft white wheat $1.55
No. 1 soft red wheat $1.51
Oata 53 d; 56c
Cheat hay .$12(al
Oat hay lf
Clover hay, baled 15 $16
"at and Vetch hay e
FORK. MTTTTOK AITS BEEP
Hogs, 16O-20O cwt $9.00
Hogs. 200-250 cwt ..$8.75
Hogs, 200-250 cwt. .- $8.50
Rough heavy . 66Vi
Light sows , . ,,, ff
Top veal 7 Vic
Dressed veal, top... - He
Oowa ; -i 23
Lambs . 10f
Heavy hens 18r
Light hens 12()14.
Turkeya. choice 30c
Live turkeya 2022c
EOGS. BTJTTZK, BUTT ERF AT
Creamery butter 4445f
Bntterfat, delivered 41
Vilk, per cwt $1.90
Egr Standards 39 Ci 4 1 e
Returns From Vacation
i A. R. Rankip returned from'bls
vacation Saturday and will be .at
his office af the (Standard Oil
company Monday.- R. H. Powell,
assistant special agent of the same
organization, will be relieved for
hia vacation. He has been filling
the position of manager of the Sa
lem office of the Standard-Oil
company during the absence of
SHIP BELIEVED LOST
HOUGHTON, Mich., Dec. 13.
Discovery of wreckage washed
ashore near Eagle Harbor on the
Keweenaw peninsula, was believed
by coast guard officers there to
show the loss of a lake freighter
in today's violent storm.
Notice is hereby given that I
have impounded the following de
scribed dogs in compliance with
Ordinance No. 1404, to-wit: One
large collie dog with collar. One
white bull dog with black and tan
ears, collar on. One black and
white shepherd dog, bobtailed.
One collie dog with white ring
around neck and white legs, small
strap around neck. One Austral
ian shepherd dog, brindle body
with white breast, bobtail. The
above described dogs will be kill
ed if not redeemed by owners, on
or before December 14, 1924, as
provided in said ordinance.
W. S. LOW.
December 9, 1924.
(All rights protected by The George Matthew Adams Service Trada Mark
'MW&Si WGOSH- WRECKED ff
fepJT UiE OF THE. -KMAOTHING- CAN KEEP US MtlLL CAPTuRET'-":'
ifiUS, -i" EOVAL rnCXlEPMU FROM 1 1 iNir ow .frim HERMAN TOUPE
, j '?A' fee.
!0f Reliable Business
AMBULANCE KKRVICE. DAY Ott might.
000. in soutn L.jborty.
F. N. WOODRT
Expert Livestock, furniture, real estate
.Bee. 1610 N. Summer Phone 611 for
f.U E. TALBOTT
" ! Auctioneer
Phone 470 202 U. M. Bank Bldg
I - J1S
Booms 25-26, Brcyman Block
JPhone 4M0 or 12111. ne-12tf
HAVE US KEPAINT YOUR CAR WITH
onr new permanent finish.
High Street at Trade
BATTERY JLSJ ELECTRICIANS
R. D. BARTON KXIDB BATTERIES
atarter and generator work; 271 South
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
work. Ferris Broa., Phone 1803, did
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD X. RAMSDEN DAYTON BI.CY
clea and repairing: 887 Court.
L. L. DICK L. M. HCIT. CHINESE
hledieine Co., help acy known disease
420-426 State 8U, Salem, Oregon.
DR. S.r. SCOTT. GRADUATE Na
tional 1 University Sciences, Chicago.
Masonic Temple. Phone 640. 1 1
DR. O. L. SCOTT. PSO CHI
414-19 U. 8. Bank Bldg. Phone
SALEM CLEANERS AND DYERS.
8. Commercial.' Phone 1868. We
ciallie on one day service.
FOR CEMENT .WORK CALL- AT 416
N. Summer atreet Phone 674-J.
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.
General contracting and building. Esti
mates gladly furnished. Phone 1967R
or 38F12. d26tl
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY tW
wording. "Dreaamaking" ; price 10
eenta each. Statesman Buaineaa Office
Ownnd Floor. ' 5
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. M A S O N I C
building. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Co. Phone 134, 222 N. Liberty.
FLEENBR RLECTRIC CO.
House wiring by hour or contract. Ea
timatea forniahed. Phone 080. 471
IP YOU WANT TO tJET THE BEST
famr paper, aend 15e to the Pacifii
Homestead, Salem, Oregon for a three
months' trial aubacription. Menlior
POULTRY II EN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamp a for special three montha
trial for the beat and oldeat journal in
the wast. The articlea and advertise
menta are of special intereat to th
, poultry bredera of the Northwest
North weat poultry Journal. 211 Com
mercial street. 8 a le m Oregon.
t'AKM LOANS PLENTY OF MONEY to
loan on good ' farm security.
I CITY LOANS We are loaning Pru
dential Insurance Company Jmoney on
city residences and business properly,
at 52, plus a commission. Hawkins
e Roberts, Inc., 205 Oregon Building.
LOANS MADE ON GOOD CITY PROP
erty at a low rate on the easy payment
plan, ad at end of year yon are aSl
paid op. Farm loans on large or amafll
traeta; private money. See first and
you wiU go no farther. G. W. Laflar,
410 Oregon Bldg
408 Oregon Building
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer time, ao commiaaion. Protects
against adversity. City loans, loweat
rates, monthly installment!, prepay
ment privileges. J. C. Biegmund, room
2. over Ladd rtush hank.
4ft Oreron Bnl'iMnr.
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS
funeral wreathe, deoo rations. C. F.
P tthanr-t. floria. 123 N. Liberty
Phone 880. -
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ARSON AND GOES
AND DANCE MALL"
and Professional Firms Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference
SALEM MORTUARY. FUfcFJf AI; DIREC
tora. 210 Center. Phone-1656.
GIESE FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
furniture for loss money. 872' Court,
Phone 464. r
PEOPLES' FURNITURE 8TOHE NEW
and second hand furniture; 271 N.
Commercial. . . I
THE VOGUE FOR HEMSTITCHING
stamped goods. 4294 Court. , 14-dl3
MRS. C. E. MILLER, HEMSTITCHING,
stamping, buttons. Room 10, over Mil
ler's Store. Phone 117. .
HEMSTITCHING. 8TAMPINO. PLEAT
ing. The Petite Shop, Room 5, Over
SALEM ELITE H EMSTITCHING
pleating, buttons, stamping and needle
work: 328 Oregon bldg. Phono 879.
DR. L. G. ALT MAN, HOMEOPATH MT.
Does a general practice. Treats Goiter,
Gall Stones, and Dropsy, arising from
diaeaaea of heart, liwr or kidneya
without operation. Office and ' resi
dence. 296 N. Liberty St., Salem, Or.
WARREN T. POWERS j
Life, Accident, Fire, Automobile '
SI U. 8. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 807
Your home or car now
BECKE ft HENDRICKS
U. S. Bank Bldg.
D. H. MOSHER TAILOR FOB MEN
and' women. 474 Court St. 1
SAVE MONEY BY HAVING YOUR lawn
built by the Blake Landscape company.
Phone 1324 M. d5
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 16 S.
Liberty atreet. Phone 25. o 1 d e a t
largeat beat. Established 1889. 1
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY- -Quality-
work; prompt aervice; 12 6 4
Broadway. Phone 165. - ' '
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
SHERMAN, ' CLAY A CO., PIANOS
Steinways, Duo-Art and oth era.- Moore 'a
Music House, 415 Court Street. '!
SEO. 0. WILL PIANOS, PHONO
grapka, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studies. Repairing phoao
graphs and aewing machine; 432
State atreet. Salem.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff Furni-
NATUROPATHIC PHY8ICIANS !
OR, A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic diseases; 415 Oregon Bldg.
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pearcy Bros.. 887 State. '
PACKING AND SHIPPING ,
FOR EXPERT FURNITURE PACKING
. and shipping, call Stiff's Furniture
Store, Phone 941. s-3utf
PAPERHANGINO AND PAINT ENO
WALL PAPER SAMPLE BOOKS AND
' books oa wall decorations. Max .0.
I Bursa, 179 N. Com'L. Salens. ,
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper hanging, tinting, etc
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Pi
ano tuner. Leave orders Will's Music
PLUMBING AND GENERAL REPAIR
work. Graber Bros., 141 8. Libert;
Phono RSi -10tf
m 1 asssaa
For Every Purpose Every Purs
rW, An Standard Sisea
-of Radio Tubea
1IALIK & EOFF ELECTRIC SHOP
337 Court St. Phone 488
SALEM ELECTRIC CO.
F. a BARTON. Prop. j
Masonic Temple Phone 1200
Registered U. S. Patent Office)
HA-HA- ZAT EES ZE. EflD OPL
(heem - let's ;ave fT-
saw A a mm ' M
aLVIN B. STEWART
847 Court St.
Umbrella. Cutlery and Keys
Lawnmowera, rasor-btaoas, aeiaaora
knives and tools shamened.
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE OAR-
oage ana ret use ot all kinds removed
by the month. Reaaonable . ratea. Cess
-noola cleaned and AaA ,nin..l.
moved.' Phnneer Office B5: Rea. 2058
SECOND HAND GOODS
WANTEH EVERYTi:G IN CLOTH-
ing and ehoea. Beat prices paid. Cap
ital Exchange; 842 North Commercial
Phone I1W W. !
STOVES AND STOVB REP AIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
u years experience. Depot National
I ice, azea 26 to 8 in. high. Paints,
oila and varniahes. etc., loganberry and
hop hooka. Salem Fence and Stove
Works. 250 Court Street: Phone 1 2 4 .
TRANSFER AND HAULING
Capital city transfer co. 22a
state au Phone 933. Distributing, for
warding and storage eur specialty. Get
our rates- .
WS MOVK.BTORE AND SHIP HOU8E-
bold gota4Ogr specially is piano and
furniture T&ftring. We also make coun
try tripa. We handle the beat coal and
wood. Call on ns for prices. We give
good measure, good quality and good
service. Larmer Transfer Co. Phone 980
TRANSFER AND HAULING OF ST.T.
kinds. Phone 19F3.
PARKER'S STAGE! LINES
O. W. Parker. General Manaiar
Central 8tage Terminal Salem, Oregon.
CAljiat-oll. V Cit rus U1V1H1UN
Leavea Salem, Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m.; 11 a. m.; 5 p. aa.
Loaves SUvertoa News Stand:
9 a.m.; 1 pjn. ; A p.m.
Leavea Salem, Central Stage Terminal
7 a.m. ; 9 a.m.; 11:10 a.m.;
8:10 p.m.; 5:10 p.m.
Leaves Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel t
8:15 a.m.; 1 p.m.; 8:15 p.m.
Leavea ' Independence, Beaver Hotel t
6:30 am.; 9:50 ajn.;; 1:15 p.m.
- 4 p.m.; 6:80p.m.
Leaves Central Stage Terminal, Salem;
for Dallas at:
f a.m. ; 11:10 a.m.; 8:10 p.m.
Leavea Gail Hotel. Dallas, at:
8 a.m.; 1 p.m.; 6:15 p.m.
We make connections at Salem to al
parts of ths valley. Extra trips by sp
poiotment. - - 1
SALEM WATER. LIGHT A POWER. CO
Office, 881 South Commercial St. Tea
per cent diacount on d o m a a t i e flat
ratea paid ia advanc. I No deduction
for absence or any cause unless water
lsshnt off yonr prenimea
(Continned from page 1)
ket in a : flag draped bouse of
death the late president of the
BAD TIKE SALTS
Says Rackache Often Mcaif You
Have Xot IJecn Drinkiig
When you wake ub with back
ache and dull misery in the kid
ney region it may mean you have
been eating foods which create
acids, says a well known author
ity. An excess of such acids over
works the kidneys in! their effort
to filter . it from the blood and
they become sort of paralyzed and
ioggy. When your kidneys get
siugg:sn and- clog you must re
lieve them, like you I relieve, your
bowels, removing all the body's
urinous waste, else you have back
ache, sick headache, dizzy spells;
your stomach sours! tongue is
coated and whdi the weather Is
bad you have rheumatic twinges.
The urine is cloudy, j full of sedi
ment, channels oftein get sore,
water scalds and you are obliged
to seek relief two or three times
during the night. j
Either : consult, a good, reliable
physician at once - or get from
your pharmacist about four ounces
of Jad Salts" take a tablespoonf ul
in a glass of water before break
fast for a few days and your kid
neys may then act! fine. This
famous salts is made from the
acid of .grapes and lemon juice,
combined with lithia, and has been
used for i years to .help clean . and
stimulate sluggish kidneys; aiso
to neutralize acids in the system
so they no longer Irritate., thus
often relieving bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, can not
injure and makes a delightful, ef
fervescent lithia-watef drink.
Drink lots of soft water. By all
means have your physician exam
ine your: kidneys at least twice a
year. Adv. j
By ED WHEELAN
"l E monade! Lou
MuCEll tE TUP
Qil WILD ALASKAN
AND HERMAN S
IF KIDNEYS ACT
American Federation of -Labor
drew to himself throughout the
day the men of labor and the men
of capital, those who work in field
and factory, those who knew him
as only .a name aud those who
knew him' as a loved ami loving
Kil Past Casket
All filed past the massive oof
fin, which was flanked by banks
of flowers, and draped with the
As the hour approached for the
start of the cortege to the Mis
souri. Kansas and Texas railroad
station, streets along the line of
march were roped off. while the
city; which ere this has known the
tramp of many feet, paused in its
fretful rush to cling for a hushed
moment to the passing visitor.
The 'city was reluctant to let
The cosmopolitan metropolis of
tbe Alamo, with its soldiers, its
sojourners, from all states and its
adopted sons from the land below
the border, ceased their Saturday
night diversions to give a many
voiced adieu to the gallant gen
tleman who could not prolong his
stay though he wished it mightily.
. Two special coaches on regular
MKT train waited at the depot for
their noted passengers and the la
bor officials who had been Mr.
Gomper's official council in life
and were now his chief mourners
; The rear observation coach was
made ready to receive the casket
while members of the labor group
were to occupy a sleeping car Just
ahead. Two beds were placed In
the funeral car, near the casket for
the labor officials who will act as
the watch and guard on the Jour
ney. Plans were made to have
two comrades of the leader watch .
at all times.
Members of the executive coun
cil of the federation have been
sent telegraphic requests to board
the train at points on the route
nearest their homes so that the
full council may escort the fallen
president to his home in Wash
Sixteen stops are listed on the
train's itinerary as It goes to
Washington. The first stop will
be at Fort Worth, tomorrow morn
ing at 7:45 o'clock.
Services are to be held in Wash
ington and the body is to be taken
to New York Wednesday morning
where further services probably
will be held and a funeral oration
preached by some one to be select
ed. Burial will be in Sleepy Hol
low cemetery at Tarrytown, N. Y.
Eighty Members Enrolled
In Chortis; More Desired
An invitation is extended to all
the boys of Salem who are in
terested in the Salem Boys' chorus
to meet with the organization,
Monday night at the YMCA. At
their first meeting last Monday
the chorus started off with 89
boys present and it is expected
that the attendance will be larget
during the coming meetings.
Dr. H. C. Eppley, director of
the. .new organization has secured
uew music, which will be present
ed Monday evening. In addition
Willamette university students
are to be present to aid in the
bass sections of tbe chorus.
Cards to the regular members
Lave been mailed from the YMCA,
but that does not mean that a
fellow without a card is not in
vited. Parents also are extended
an invitation to accompany their
sons to the meeting. Fathers wbo
can sing bass or tenor parts are
asked to come along. They- are
needed to fill jbut the weaker
parts of the chorus.
SHOALS 7 INVESTIGATED
WASHINGTON. Dec. 13 State
ments in an editorial in the Wash
ington Herald attacking the Un
derwood Muscle Shoals bill and
its author will be the subject for
investigation by the senate judi
Heart and Kidney
By Torpid Liver
Blood carries body poisons
through the system to
To clear our systems of poison
toxins that taint the blood and
break down health, we must keep
"he liver regulated. Medical sci
ence now knows that the liver is
.uir most important organ be
cause it destroys the body poisons
that cause diseases of the heart,
'tldneys, blood vessels, create high
ilood pressure and premature old
When the liver becomes torpid,
hese poisons, instead of being de
stroyed, are carried through the
ystem by the blood. Then Nature
lives quick warnings. You have
ludden sick headaches, dizzy spells
md nausea. If your stomach ia
icid from sour bile and your skin
becomes sallow or blotchy, , you
may know poisons are in your
blood. - i
The liver cannot be regulated by
irugs. but there is a safe Nature
lubstance which will act directly
on the liver. The discovery is
purified ox gall.
Get from your druggist a pack
age pf Dioxol. Each tablet con
tains ten drops of purified ox gall,
in 24 hours the poison toxins will
be' removed. Your liver will be
i-egulated. Blood purification will
beeln. -Sallow skin will clear. You
will feel so much better you will
know you have found the cause of
your 111 health. Dioxol tablets
are harmless, tasteless and cost
lese. than two cents each.
; These . genuine ot all tablets
are prepared only iider the name
"Dioxol." If any tablet is offered
you under another name, refuse it.
Accent only Dioxol In the original,
genuine package. Adv.