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FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 5,1 1925
alem's- ..Great Market
j THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WAST TRAILER SUITABLE FOB Ford.
, Vox 6W0, SUtftmis. i; i 13-a4
HIGHEST FKICK3 PA TO FOR USED
stoves, tools, tnmiture. Used Good
Dept., opposite court boots, 12-m22tl
WASTED - PRIVATE MONEY FOR
farm loans. Wo have so vera l applies-,
tiens on band. Hawkins a, Koberts,
I do.. 205 Oregon Building. 13-d4tf
CASH PAID FOB FALSE TEETII
dentsi fold, platinum and jdiscardeft
jewelry. Hoke Smelting and Refining
Co.. Otsego, Michigan, hi ,. ! 13-j27tf
WOOURY THE AUCTIONEER BUYS
used furniture lor cash. I Phone r 511.
' - ' -" , " - ; ! ! -M 13-Spitl
I0 YOU WANT ! THE LATEST AND
best in life insurance t Write 'In
. eurance" rare Statesman. - - 14a5
HELP WANTED- Slale 18
WANTED A GOOD DAIRY MAN.
matt be a good milker. j Single man
preferred. - Phone 721. ' 18a3
WANTED FIRST CLASS - MILKER,
single, a man who 'want s steady
job' at good wages . None other need
- apply. Call 491 or 143X-J. ' IBaltf
Male and Female
EXPERIENCED SALESPEOPLE WANT
cd. Directors leparunent Store. 19a3
ONE LADY AND ONE MAN ON SALES
force. Largo ' concern. AVe give
thorough training. Salary and com
mission. Call room 8, Klinger Hotel,
five to seven evenings. v 19s3
rOULTBY AND EGGS 21 ,
RHODE ISLAND RED 'HATCHING
egg after April 1. M. M. Magee,
Route 5. Phone 81P5.- ,21a3
1' K V ERALLE EGOS $1.50 FOR 15.
Literature. E. T. Prescett, 541 Mill,
Kaletn. . 21-a5
BLACK MINORCA BABT CHICKS
j flake's Petlafid, i.73 State. 21-m25tf
M ; : - " !
- i ; '' '
' Hedjuartri for Baby Chicks
2C4 N. Cottage Salem Phone 400
. ,i 21-fl4tf
BABY CHICKS CUSTOM HATCHING
Hatching eggs, puilets, cockerels. Phone
I2F2L ii- N- : ;l ;.i
LOST AND FOUND 22
.roCND A PIECE OF MONEY. OWN
' er may have same by proving property
and paying for ad. Phone 1243 after
8:30 a. m. ' - 22a3
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITT PBOP
erty. either building sad loan plsn or
private money, i . Farm loana with In
arance company money at 5 .with
commission added. Ralph H. MeCurdy,
No. 6 and 6, Steeree-Moore Bldg., 8
a i i i waegMMBBi
REAL ESTATE City 25
TWO LOTS $450. LARGE TREES
and view. Best restrictions, ; Large
lots 56 by 105, ; excellent 4 garden
- pround. South near schools. We have
sold just half of these lots: without
survey or signs.-: Terms ifj desiredi
Becke tc Hendricks. U. S. Bank Bldg.
MODERN 7 ROOM HOME NICELY LO
rated, large lot 65x165. Owner 1051
Chemekela street - ) 25-a26
AfTO WRECKING BUSINESS. CHEAP
rent. For sale.: small bousej $1000;
strictly modern six-room $5,000; choice
rloe in lot flOOO; new bungalow
$2,000; 8 room honse close ii $3500
nine-roora close in $2000. j Exchange
choice lot. close in for good car. Apart'
mnt house for farm. : .
341 State St. i:h I .
BUY YOUR LOT NOW i l
For 1 500 $675 , $700. with street
paved and walks in and paid for. Prices
will advance May 1st on some of them,
. Tr(Bt to suit.-' i U I- ! , M, . Ill
J CHILDS & BETCHELj
Realtors. 540 State Street. 25altf
NKW HOME $2800.: rooms sooth
with view.' Close school and ear. Cash,
Bccke t Hendricks. ; U. 8. Bank Bldg.
i H : m j ' 25a3tf
TJNCSUALLT EAST TERMS
A njee 5 room bungalow and garage,
east front ' and, paved street, $3150,
anont sjoo down balance moatoiy,
See Wa. Fleming, 841 State.
FAIRMOUNT HILL LOTS WE HAVE
three good buys today. One migDty
rood cash bnv.
U. 8. Bspk Bldg.
HOMES FOR SALE:
-$3200.00 - room modern home except
- basement, very fine view over
city: lot 76x100 north front;
' ' $1200 down to handte. j . , :
$1375.00 6-room home with two fine east
front lots, located N. 15th St..
$600 down, balance $20 per
' ; month. j 1 1 ' : i :
$1300.00 Close in. 5-room modern home;
price $4500. This ia a real
bargain. ' ' j ." j :- ,
- $5800.00 Modern new up to date stucco
home located on : Fairmonnt
Hill; east front, lot 50x150;
- $750 down, balance $45 per
$3000.00 4-room stucco homo loeated
on Fairmouat Hill: lot 50x100
with garage on alley Terms.
$1700.00 5-room plastered bungalow,
$150 down, balance monthly.
We write Fire Insurance. h
W. H. ORABENHORST C0. !!
275 State St. Phone 515 25a4
GOOD VALUES I
$3450 toys a good 7 room house and
basement in North Salem, n i 1
$3250 buys a 5 room bungalow with bsse
mnt. fireplace, paved. Street. - i
$3050 buys a 5 room bungalow.; furnace,
garage, corner lot, Sonth Kalem,
KRUEGER, Realtor I
147 N, Com'L Thone 217 23a4
. e . i . L m
OWNER WOULD LEASE FOR IONE OR
two years. Modern S rooms. 3S. See
at 625 N. 16th. Becke Hendricks.
I.'. S. Bank Bldg. ; j 253tf
A GOOD PIECE OF TRACKAGE PROP
i. erty, 40O feet on the track. This pieee
of ground has two houses on- it, one
rents for $20 per month and one for
10. Price of place $3400. This extends
from 21st to 22nd street on! Oak A
plendid investment. - i
i $too buy a a fear room house on very
term. ; i ; H i
400 buys nice boilding lot on pared
t. Sidewalks in. Easy terras.
. $300 buys a nice lot on Sooth Cottage
street on terms, t i
A -good building lot close in $500. $210
first payment. , ! - ' ! u
See J. A. MILLS, 83 M Stato St.
i I . 85a5
$10 DOWN $3 A MONTH. LARGE LOTS
8. E. Salem.! $150 to $30O. - Good
gurdeji and close to car. Becke
. ilcailricks. L'. a. Bank lildj. HtSU
REAL ESTATE City 25
PAY LIKE RENT Five years
time. Nothing down for a year
except monthly rent. Fine room bun
galow; garage, la basement, hot water
heating system; close int; delightful
location among well-kept homes. Worth
and usually quoted at $6000. Reduced
tot $5250. Owner in poor health and
in need of money. ' )
S4C(n) THElBEST I EVER Handled
for the price. I Fine ( room
, cottage, superbly built, close in, paved
street: lot 50x110; beaatifnl lawn:
: four,: large, splendid ly-developed cherry
tree, 1 Blngj 3 Roysl Annes, worth
!C $250 eachi-their fruit has paid the
l i taxes: fine sol for I garden. " Very ex
lr; ceptional. :: : : i: . ; j i, f j ' - '!,
6 acre tracts near
sonth 1 citv limits.
high sightly, wonderful view, overlook
ing river and most beautiful landscape
extending to hnrison in every direction,
i Easy terms. Very finest scenic suburb
an homesites. ;
I i advertise value which I know
to be not merely good but exceptionally
good. I have'i never mislead or disao-
iMjimeu m single ouyer. I f r
angle buver. !
mple Phones !795.
I ! 1
1 East Salem
Corner lot, with future, must he sold
quick. Priced, right with terms,
; ; View Lots
that can not be dupUeatedi will pleste
i TOO.' : I ! : ! i !., i
1 Real Estate and Insurance
I Victor Schneider, Sec'y; j Phono 1013
Koomi 4-5-6 d'Arcy Bldg. 25a5
FIVE ROOMS AND BREAKFAST NOOK
on i Fairmount ;Hill, hardwood floors in
every room, recessed bath and shower.
; An unusual home just completed. Own
er called East indefinitely; and wants
: quick sale. $6800. Terms.
SIX ROOM HOCSE TWO YEARS OLD,
u East Salem, hardwood- floors, furnace,
!i fireplace, garage, variety bearing fruit.
!' Just reduced to $52.Q.i '
FIVE ROOMS and BREAKFAST NOOK,
: : strictly modern. Oaka Addition, $4700.
: Good terms. !
WINNIE PETTYJOHN. Realtor.
! 21ft Oregon Bldg. 25altf
: "OWN YOCTti HOME BUT NOW"
' i ! "BE APPY"
: A bargain In a T rom house, base
ment, garage, built two years ago. Eaal
front. , Oaka addition, $3500 for quici
sake. I - '. -i.
For trade Fine 60 aero farm, seal
i Eugene, for Salem property.
Have n 70 aero farm, nil In hlgi
: state of cultivation; 1 acre of bearini
walnuU; 1-4 mile to. paved road. Thii
la a snap at '$125 per aero.
For rent Two 5-room flats, close In.
I : WE WRITE INSURAiSCK
RICH I L. i RE1MANM
! i! :; Realtor - -d
5-6 D'Arcy Bldg Phone 101$
I . ii $ft-m8tf
I ; ; BEST BUYS
IN BUNOALOWS AND HOUSES
$5500 Modern 5-room. Sleeping Porch,
furnace, fireplace. Court st. 1
$3600 New modern 5-room, near State
St. Furnace. : ,
$2350 New 6 room,. 5 lots, best of soil.
Snap, $2500. ! Cosy 4-room and garage.
Paving paid, near State.
$2250-r Dandy 5-room bungalow $500
cash, balance $25 mo. Garage, garden,
frmit; near N.I Capitol St. I
$60O -Cash. 1 House, 4-rooma.
$105O Bunralow, 3 rooms. Terms. .
$2501 down. $25 tno. bnya honse, 6 rooms,
4 SotsU' Price) $160O. Why pay rent f
You will be satisfied if you buy yonr
home from Cttilds a Bechtel, realtora,
540 State SU : i 25altf
' CITY HOUSES. FOR , SALE
332 Fine 6-room home, completely
modern, close in. $50OO.
323 22-room j furnished , hotel, excel
lent location, jrery reasonable.
818 5 room house, $25O0. Will take
csr or lot for part payment.
2 707 -room plastered house, beautiful
location, $4800. Some furnishings with
it.i Will trade for smaller place.'
2f6 5-room bonse. 2 lots, price $3500
or will trade for acreage.
207 9 room bouse, very good condi
tion,: lot 75x150 on South Commercial
St., close in, price $5000. Easy terms.
25 New three-room bungalow, a very
good: bay at $1000. Easy terms. -2605
room house, good location, lot
118x132. Price $1700.
250 An 8-room honse, in good condi
tion, price $2700; $500 down.
J. F. ULRICH E. E. ROBERTS
Phone 1354. Hi, 122 N. Com'l St.
I :i S 25alt?
$30O! DOWN B-i LANCE LIKE RENT
takes a 5 room modern close to busi
ness. Fireplace and paving. Price
$3800. Vacant today. Becke h
i Hendricka. V S. Bank Bldg. 25a3tf
7 ROOM HOUSE. HOT -WATER HEAT,
east front, near state honse. $5500.
6 room new modern bungalow, east
front, furnished or unfurnished, priced
to suit buyer.
5 , room hoase, new. modern, $250
down, $30 perj month.
4 room houaai east front, close in,
$2650. 1 -,
A newly fornrshed honse, modern in
every detail, $6800.
A 2-flat houee, $4800.
Small new house, east front, close in
. $2250. ;-!.
Most attractive country home $6800.
Attractive homes en N. Summer St.,
K. Capitol, Nj Chnrch, N. Winter. N.
High, N, Cottage. S. High, S. Commer
cial. Saginaw land Fir atreets at easy
payments. For sale by
GERTRUDE i. M. PAGE 25m29tf
A DANDY FOUR ROOM HOUSE. JUST
being completed, corner lot. Buyer may
select electric fixtures and color of out
aide paint. 1 Excellent plumbing, very
convenient, price $2200. Term so you
can: pay if 1 yOu have a Job. Phono
.Owner. 1748R. L 25-a3
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 2
MANUFACTURER WANTS SALES MAX
sgers, open I branch offices, manage
r salesmen. $300 to $10OO neceaaary.
Possibilities unlimited. Secretary, 124
W 4th street. Suite 676, Los Angeles,
Cal. ,f ' . ! ' ,- 26a5
A REAL I CAMP GROUND
10 acres, fine oak grove, 4 bearing
prunes, running water, on the high
way, bettt of location for camp ground,
filling station and store. Want Salem
residence as part pay. Price $40O0.
This tract ia worth twice that amount.
Brtnn t nrs K tr
841 State.4' T 2'2tf
EPISODE EIGHT OT
ED VUHLtELAH'S SERIAL
: WEST '
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; SETTING THE TRAP
IMJELL , HISS, bUT J'LL
Keep Pave, until vm
OmTts. l WJ LET ME
: 1 iw f OaoV.
voo g6 -rorc that vlk,
see. "that ajo
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 2C
HOME REALTY CO.
NOTICE Call or send for oar free
literature, giving description of : email
and large farms; also suburban homes
and city property, and vacant lota.
Over $2,000,000 worth of listings of
sales and exchanges. Too can match
your description. Sent free to every
body, j ! -
THE HOME REALTY CO.
169 South High St. . 26 s!7
HUNDREDS OF POULTRY MEN HAVE
made fortunes with purebred ehlckene,
bred to ky from 200 to 300 eggs a
year. 30 pens and trios of purebred
chickens (some with world champion
records) and valued at over $1.20u wilt
be given away to ambitious men.; wom
en, boys, and girls for full informa
tion cut out- this advertisement and
send your name and address to North
west Poultry ' Journal, Sslera, Oregon.
REAL ESTATE Trades 27
SPECIAL ; I
We hare a fine home in San Jose, Cal.,
to trade for Salem property.
TH0MASON, 831 1, State Street.
REAL ESTATE Farms ! 28
NECESSITATED ON! ACCOUNT OF ILL
ness to sell my 70 acre ranch, i Take
part city property.! Geo. N. Thompson.
Route 8. Box 67. Salem. 28-all
42 ACRES EQUIPPED DAIRY CLOSE
to good, town, $5000.: Can be handled
on soldiers bonus plan. Good buildinga
and fine soil. Also 38 acres $4000.
Ideal for few. cows and garden and
fruit. : $150 worth Bartlett pears last
year. ! Would accept a little. trade on
either of these. . Robinson, Oregon
Bldg. 1 28a3
FOR SALE : r f
50 acres of the finest view proper
ty around Salem, or will divide
W. H. GRABENHORST Coi,
275 State St. ; 28a4
SPECIAL BARGAIN i : !
160 aerea with SO acres plow land,
and plenty of timber, old buildings.
Price for quick ssle $65 per acre.
Located ll mjles from Pacific
Highway. . Reasonable terras will
be given. - If you want a bargain
: in land this is your opportunity.
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.;
275 State St. j 28a4
INVESTIGATE THIS 40 ACRES OF
land especially well adapted to the
growing of flax or other crops, located
right en the paved Market Road be
tween Aumsville and . Turner. Dandy
- new Bungalow on it, running stream
of water, good trout fishing. , All for
only $4,000.00. 1
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT j
Realtor. Loans Insurance
147 No. Com'l St. ; Salem, Oregon.
LOOK : .:;'.- r : ; !
5 acres with 5-room bungalow built
about three years ago; all in culti
- ration.. Price if sold within the
next three days. $2100 cash.
W. II. GRABENHORST & CO.
275 State St : 28a4
WHILE YOU'RE LISTENING IN. i'LET
the Hoot Owls Hoot', bat listen i here,
we have a General Merchandise Basi
ness in a good small town for a farm
and will assume; a ten-acre- chicken
ranch already to go, 64)0 chickens and
everything for a house in town; 60
acres on the hill above Salem, 10 acres
- young prunes, $125 per acre, will trade
for Salem residence; 10 beautiful acres
3 Vi mile out on the Highway, $3500.00
for good home in Salem. McGilearist A
Pennington, 209 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Phone 140.; : ; ' ; 28altf
53 'Ares, 9 mnes"6nf "near" (wo jpavedTl
roads; 6-room house, large barn, drier,
other buildings; running water,. 22
. acres prunes, cherries, apples and ber
ries. 20 acres in grain, balance tim
ber and pasture. Price i $11,000.00;
cash down $6,000.00. .
105 acres, 6 miles out, at $80.00 per
acre: 35 acres in cultivation; family
orchard, new 5-room -house, fair barn,
etc. All stocked, i Timber will pay for
place. $3,000.00 ' down. , i ,
Commercial street income property.
Salem Homes.- ;
Real Estate and insurance
Victor Schneider, Sec'y. i
Rooms 4-5-6 d'Arcy Bldg. r - 28m31tf
FARM BARGAINS .
A splendid 218-acre river bottom
dairy farm with over 100 acres
cultivated, and some of the best
soil in the valley; 8-room hoase,
barn and out buildings. Owing: to
certain conditions this farm must
be sold at price of $50 per acre.
Mortgage $7000, balance cash.) .
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
REALTOR8. : s i-
275 State St. 28a4
REAL ESTATE To, Exchange 29
v EXCHANGES !
10 acre with good 5-room boose; some
berries and fruit, price $2000; trade
for house. about aame value.
4 acres close in, price $1250, trade for
' car. ' i
7 acres close in snap for $1100.
7 lots and 5-room house, price $3500,
trade for small house.
2 new booses to trade for small im
proved tract cloae in.
THOMASON, 331 Va State Street.
REAL ESTATE Suburban SO
GOOD BUYS AND EXCHANGES
Good 5 room home, garage, fruit,
t3200, for acreage. ;
Good 7 room house, full : basement,
$40OO, for suburbsn home
0 acre auburban home close in, fine
buildings, fruit, fine soil. $5500.
40 acre farm, 8 acres bearing prunes,
buildings, nesr town, creek and ; tim
ber, $6000. Take residence to $4000.
Nice 5 room bungalow, garage, 2
fine lots, west Salem and difference
' for Salem home.
Close in 10 acrea suburban for res
idence. 6 room all modern hnngalow, garage,
fruit, in San Jose, CaJ for home in
Salem. . .. i ,
Long time farm loans and fire In
surance. PERRINE A MARSTERS 1 I
- Commercial Chib Bldg. : ,
30-m3ltf 1 '
OF THE STRANJE
PLOT Tb PVT
HER. OUT a
VJUMlCH HE rvS
The NErT r
an - ill
JP THE, MOVNT-
REAL ESTATE Suburban 30
JUST OUTSIDE jCITY LIMITS, ' ONE
acre, 8-room modern house, garage and
barn, water piped to irrigate whole
tract. Price $5,000 clear, want city
residence property, wilt consider1 larg
er deal. - " -Wanted
Large stock ranch for Salem
' property will assume, 10 acres well im
' proved, close to Salem, want Salem
residence.! For bargains and exchanges
see Barber, 200 Pray Bldg. SOattf
USED CARS FOR SALE 31
FORD, 1924 COUPi: EXTRAS: ONLY
$500. Thomas Rue, 430 N. Summer.
Phone 199-R. . 3la5
CHEVROLET TOURING. 1923 MODEL,
new paint job, new top. Good rubber
all around. A-I Motor. $295 is the
prices t C-a'l private owner Saturday or
early Sunday. Phone 827W. 31a3
1921 CHEVROLET ROADSTER NEW
paint, cord tires, perfect condition,
$165, terms. . '
EIKER AUTO CO.
Corner Liberty and Ferry
USED CAR BARGAINS :
1923 Chevrolet aedan many extras like
new J $635
1923 Ford Isedan original paint, motor
overhauled .. ; ..$350
1923 Ford j coupe fully equipped, new
paint. I completely rebuilt ... r $375
1923 Chevrolet touring reconditioned
i -- $375
Chevrolet touring motor overhauled"$150
1922 Chevrolet touring had the best of
care .1... $250
Dont Miss trbese We Give Terms
NEWTON CHEVROLET CO. 31a3
1923 Dodge coupe .....$
1924 Dodge sedan just like new
, 1924 Maxwell touring run 3000
1923 Ford roadster V
1924 Buick Master Six touring
1922 Dodge touring
1920 Overland touring
' 1920 Overland roadster -
1916 Hudson touring
1920 Ford sedan, cord -r
Bon esteele Mot o r
Look Look r
- Fords $50 to $300 " .
Buickx 90 to $850 -
-Studebakera $495 to $1285V
If you want a
rakish, dash- -p
look at this
Certified; Public Motor
Ford delivery with panel top $125
Ford coupe '20 model 260.
Ford coupe '22 model 835
Ford touring '24 model 295
Ford aedan '20 model 295
(Cash or Terms)
1925 license on oil ears
Our usual guarantee behind all earn
Eiker Auto Co.
. Liberty Street ' at Ferry
I Phone 121 i
GOOD .USED PARTS FOR HALF OnVr
lees. Why pay morel Money back
guars a tee. Scheelsr Ante Wrecking
Co. Look for the orange front. Day'
phone 819. , Night phono 503. 1085
N. Commercial St. "Built to save
money." I 81-il3tf
FRED MJ POWEfJ MOTOR CARS
Paekard Essex Hudson ,
i - "
Our Use! Cars are Reliable Values.
1924 Dodge Coupe .$ 900
192.! Hudson Speedster
19"i4 Chevrolet Coupe
1924 Ford truck
1924 Ford Coupe ...
1921 Ford Sedan .
1920 Hudson touring
1918 Dodge touring
1920 Ford touring
1924 Packard sedan .
1923 Packard enclosed
1923 Packard touring
Excellent I mechanical condition
sured. Peerless 8 sedsn to trsde for
FRED M. POWELL MOTOR CARS
' Corner Cottage and Ferry Sts.
.1 FOR - '
Used Ford Cars
Satisfaction O u ran teed
We have; 36 cars for you to choose
from Will gladly demonstrate.
These earn are all good buys.' For
example: i ; '
1920 model truck with license,
pneumatic .tires, csb and body,
Valley Motor Co.
Authorized Ford Dealer , v
I Phone 1995 l
(SPRING IS HERE)
In order jto give you a better oppor
tunity to examine our used cars we
have again opened np our lot at the
back, of our present location : 2 19 N.
Couiercil, St. We have forty cars
on display and we invite yon to; com'
pare them . in price and quality' with
any thing ion the market.
Kords 4.;..$ Sft.OO to $ 400.00
Chevrolet1-...., 50.00 to 850.00
Overlands i ...... 75.00 to 400 OO
Oldsmobiles .. 150.00 to 1000.00
Gardners .-.-1-400.00 to 850.00
We also shave Studebakers Buieks
Dodges Elgin Jordan Velie and in
fact almost any thing that you could
desire at ithe price that you' want to
pay. A small deposit will hold any car
that t mar select.
"AFTER (WE SELL WE SERVE"
OLDSMOBILES AND RICKENBACKERS
F. W. PETTYJOHN CO.
219 N. Commercial St.
4 5 -
525 - I
lixata protected tj The George Matthew Adam$ Berrlce Trade Mark
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: Of Reliable Business;
GOLDEN AMBULANCE PHONES 609
' and 883 R. Day or night aervic. M4tf
. : P. N. WOODRY i
Expert Lireatoek, furniture, real estate
jRea. 1610 N. Bummer Phrne 511 for
salea dates. I 1
! - O. SATTERLEE j
; t ' Auctioneering I
Rooms 25-26. Breyman Block
Phone 430 or 1 1211 J. ine 12tf
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIANS
R. D. BARTON i EXIDE BATTERIES
atarter and generator work; 171 South
JOE j WILLIAMS
.BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD aL; RAM8DEN DAYTON BICT-
1 ciee ana repairing.. 007 tJourt,
RAYBESTOS BRAKE STATION i 275
South Commercial St. Phono 103. j8tf
LET "PRESTO' CHIMNEY CLEANER
do your dirty work. Satisfaction guar
anteed. I Your j dealer; haa it. j d-24tf
L. L. DICK L.;M. HUM i
Chinese Medicine Company ,
Help any known disease. 420-42$ 8tate.
- -t : ! a-30tf
DR. O. L. SCOTT, TSC CHIROPRACTOR.
Nevrocatouieter service. 416-19: U. 8.
Bank Bldg. Jphone 87. Res. 828-R.
H. B. SOOFIELD) PALMER CHIROPRAC
tor. 328 Oregon Bldg. Phone 2194. mitf
f , i
CORSETS MADE TO YOUR MEASURE.
Dressmaking. jMrs. Carrie Fisher, lie
Cornack building. f , j-lltf
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 7H"
wording, "Dressmaking"; price 10
cents each. Stateaman Busineas Office,
'Ground floor. I . . .
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. M A S O N I C
building. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Co., Phone 1924. 222 N. Liberty.
FLEENER ELECTRIC CO.
Honse wiring by hour or contract. Es
- Umatea furnished. Phone 980471
v Conrt St. 4
ET1 ' EAR- NOSE THROAT
Dr. Hardld M. Brown
1 i i
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. 320
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if YOU WANT? TO GET THE ! BEST
farm paper, oend lac to the rscuie
Homestead, tjaiem, uregon, for n three
monrhs' trial subscription. Mention
thia ad. ;
POULTRYMEN j SEND EIGHT TWO
cent etampa for special three months'
trial for the bent and; oldest journal in
the west. . The articles and advertise
ments are of special Interest to the
i poultry breeders of the Northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal, 211 Commercial-street,
1 Salem, sOregoa. 1
FOR SALE: FIRST AND SECOND: Mort
- gages. Trust Deeds, Contracts on houses
, win net t, to auy0
BECKE A HENDRICKS
' . U. S, Nat'l Bank
I ii-tf 1
FARM LOANS PLENTY OF MONEY to
loan on good farm security. t
, CITY LOANS We are loaning Pru
dential Insurance Company money on
city residences and business property.
at tV, plus i a commission. Hawking
k Roberta, Ine, 205 Oregon Building,
i II ' 1 d-14tf
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer timer do commission. Protects
gainst adversity. City loans, loweat
ratea, monthly installments, pro-payment
privilege. J. C, SiegmundV room
2, over Ladd h Bush bank.
LOANS MADE ION GOOD CITY PROP
orty at o low rate on the easy payment
plan, so . at end of year you are all
paid np. Farm loono on large or email
tracts; private! moneys Bee first and
yon will go no further. G. W. Loflar,
410 Oregon Bids- i i
ANDERSON A RUPERT
406 Oregon Building
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS.
- funeral w rea t h'a, decorationa. C. F.
Br.ithaupt, florist, 123 N. Liberty. Ph.
. SSO. . ,: .. . j '
i i - ,; FRUIT BUYER i .
. 1 1 i .ii' 1 '
WARD K. RICHARDSON, Salem. Oregon.
2385 N. Front I St. Phone 2184: m2
SALEM MORTUARY. FUNERAL DIREC
tors, 210 Center. Phone 1656. i
GIESE FURNITURE CO, Q U A L I T T
furniture .or less money. 87$ Conrt,
Phono 464. j ; 1
PEOPLES' rURNrrURK STORE NEW
and second hand furniture: S71 N.
' Com mere! si. " I -'
II PtAlsHED HIS KNlfE NEAR,
-rdir dhPF 6T PETfe'S RE- .
.ALL jR-IGHT SHERIFF-,
rT- r f tl
GrOUH 'FOR, THAT MJALK NOW
and I Professional Firms Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference '
HEMSTITCHING. 6 AND 8c. 153 8. High
MRS. C. E. Mn.LER, HEMSTITCHING,
atamping. buttons. Room 10, over Mil
ler's store. Phono 117.
HEMST1TCHING. STAMPING. PLEAT'
ing The PeUto Shov, Room 5, over
SALEM ELITB: H EMSTITCHING
pleating, buttons, stamping and needle
work; 328 Uregon Bldg. Phone 379.
WARREN F. POWERS
Life, Accident, Fire, Automobile
219 C. 8. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone 607
Tour homo or oar now
BECKE A HENDRICKS
U. 8. Bank Bldg.
I LADIES TAILORING
D. Hi MOSHER TAILOR FOB MEN
andl women. 474 Court St.
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY Phone 165,
Set rice with a smile. Quality work.
1264 Broadway. j-14tf
TRY THE HOME WET WASH LAUN
dryj Phone 171, 1356 B street. J-17tf
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY 316 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. oldest, larg
est and beat. Established 1889.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED BY THE
Capitol City Bedding Co.. 1190 North
Capitol. Called for an delivered. All
work guaranteed. Phone 19. fl9tf
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
SHERMAN CLAY A CO., PIANOS
Steinwsys, Duo-Art and others. Moore' e
Muaie House, 415 Court street.
GEO. 10. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
grapbs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and. piano studies. Repairing phono
graphs and sewing machines. 432 Stato
street, Salem. ..
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick. Ii. L. Stiff Furni
ture Co.. Music Dept.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic diseases. 415 ' Oregon Building.
ii 1 111 11 u
NURSERY STOCKS :
FRUIT, NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pesrcy Bros- 237 State.
PACKING AMD 8HIPPING
FOR EXPERT FURNITURE PARKINS
and shipping, call, Stiff's Furniture
Store, Phone 941.
PAPERHAMOIMG AND PAINTING
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' Liberty
Phone 550. M9tf
SPLITDORP RADIO. SALES AND
No better radio made at any price.
tasuM tan '"
High A Trad
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. j
F. 8. BARTON. Prop.
Masonio Temple Phone 1200
For Every Purpose Every Purse
l3v 'AH Standard Site
of Radio Tubea
IK A KOFF ELETRI0 8H0P
3S7 Court St. Phone 488
ALVIN B. STEWART .
84T Court St.
Umbrellas, Cutlery and Keys
Lawnmowers, rasor-bladea, scissors,
knives and tools sharpened
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE GAR
bsge and refuse of all k:nds removed
by the month. Reasonable rate. Cos
pools cleaned and dead animals I re
moved. Phones: Office 85 or 979, Res.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
iny and hoe. Best price paid, Cap
ital Exchange, $42 North Commercial.
STOVRS AND STOVB REPAIRING -
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 year' experience. Depot National
fence, aisea $6 to 58 in. high. Painta,
oile and varnishes, etc.. loganberry and
hop hooka. Salem Fence and Stevje
'Works, 250 Conrt street. Phono 124.
Reglitered U, 8. Patent Office)
"THE. "THING To t0
y0LF - VOV HAVE ONLy ;My VU0RT "THAT
HE tS 3UILT AN HE COVLD EASILY
I WAS PLUMB BUT IF HE
o Trt Will.Me MlWlf 1 M'ECE OUT
M ,. -
WE STORE YOUR HOUSEHOLD Goods
or anything you. have, by the week,
month or year. P. ' A. Eiker, corner
Liberty and Kerry. Phone 121. d-!4tf
TRANSFER AND HAULING
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. ' 226
State St. Phone 933. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty. Get
our rstee. f
WE MOVE, STORE AND SHIP HOC8B
hold goods.: 1 Our specialty is piano and
furniture moving. We also make coun
try trip.; We handle the beat coal and
wood. Call on na for prieoa. We give
good measure, good quality and good
service. Larmer Transfer Co.' Phone 980
TRANSFER ! AND HAULING OF ALL
'kinds. Phone 19F3.
PARKER'S STAG! LINES
t. W. Parker. General Manager.
Central Stage Terminal
Principle One-Way and Round-Trip
Fore on Parker Stag Lino :
; , One . , Round
Station I i Way Trip
MeMinnvill $1.00 $1.70
Monmouth - .75 1.2$
Dallas t -0 .90
VaUa City 1.00 ,1.80
SHverton j .7$ 1.25
Independence .65 1.O0
Amity j . .76 ' 1.40
Tillamook U 4.60 7.40
Hebe j.- $.65 6.70
Willamina j 1.85 8:00
Sheridan 1.60 , t.60
Dayton j 1.85 $.00
Newberg -i.. 1.60 $.40
Parker -Stoge Unee makea big roduo
' tion in Exproaa Hatoa, from SO to 60
cents on the hundred pounds. Reason
able rate on C.OJ). collecting. -
Send your express by Stag and get
Quicker service. . .
Call 696 for Information
SAjuEM WATER, LIGHT A POWER OO.
Office, 801 South Commercial fit. Ten
per cent discount on domestic flat
rstea paid in advance. No deduction
for abaeaee or any cause unless water
is abut off yonr premises.
Adele GarTfnorrs Now Phaae 08
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
CoprrIht tj Newspnper Featura
- ; ' Serrica
WHY DID DICKY HEED CLAIRE
FOSTER AND NOT MADGE?
I felt my old distaste for Claire
Foster sweeping over me at . her
Synopsis of the Annus! Statement of the
Insurance Co. r
of St. Louis, in the State of Missouri
the thirty-first day of December, 19
made to, the' Insurance Commi.ioner
the State of Oregon, pursuant to law:
. j Capital - .
Amount of (capital MO'k
paid up i - $ 300.000
- j ; Income
N'et trmiiim received Cur
ing the Jfcar : $,3,122,357
Interest, 'dividends and
rents re-eired during the
year .. . j. . 191,194
Income from i other sources
received kliiring- the year, : 14,735
Total in.iome :.. $ 5,331,286.
Net losses iaid during th
year iuci'jcing adjust
ment expenses $ 2,303,278.62
Dividends paid on Capital : , - !
fctock- during the year.... 60,000.00
Commissions I and 'aalat'ies
paid during the year 1,586,305.07
Taxes. licensee arid fees
paid during the ' year..;... 124.161.96
Amount of all other expend
iture , 138,720.57
Total expenditnro $ 4,212,466.22
! I Assets ;
Value of real estate owned
(market value) None -
Aalue of stocks! and bonds.'
owned (market value)!... 4,0.1tl,749.68
Loans on mortgage and
collateral,' etc. . ' Ke
Cash in bunk and on hand: 610,099.74
Premiums, in 'course of col- 1 j '
lection written aince Sep- "--tember
30,! 1924 1.20S.693.49
Interest and tents due and
accrued .i.l ... - 42,740.23
Due from - reinsuring companies-
- - i- u 1.027.63
Total admitted assets ..$ 5,915,210.99
! ' LitblllOes .
Gross claims! for loskes un
paid .....$ 1,562,99.25
Amount of .neeariied prem
iums on all oitKtan.in(f
riaka .....J..U.. . ... 2,49,5,t550.i
Due for... commtssion - and
brokerage U.. . 824.444.31
All other tiabilitieo 155,140.66
Slrrpio 4. -. - - 1.076.995.8C
Total liabilities, exclu
sive of capital ,stock of -$:100,000.00
.... 5,il 5.2,10.0C
Basin ess in Oregon fori the Year
Set premiums received d-jr4
ing the year ..$ . 56,515.7",
Tnisttes paid during the yeari 2 1,59. If
Losses incurred during tli .
rear ...i 28.212.
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE IXSI RANCI
! CO., i
Charles W . Dislrow, President.
' P. ; R.; Ryan. Secretary.
Statutory resident attorney- for service
W. J. Kroder, Portland, Oregon. ,
By ED WHEEL AN
MOUl IS vTo TRAP PETE
s VAALKIA .
CAN BE CEP-
& A n3- the truth !
V - f.
. kk V
jesting references to Tom Chest
er's liking for me, and her own ad
miration tar him.
The allusions were in the worst
possible, taste, I said to myself t.
and I could not help adding them
to the list pf offences against the
canons of good breeding which the
girl had committed ever since ar
riving at the Bliss apartment. Had
my recent estimate of her as a
crude, metallic, rather unscrupul
ous modernF -piece 'of femininity
been the correct one? f Had her
apparent rmorse lor her esca
pade, and her desjre to atone been
merely-cunning subterfuges to ap
pease the wrath which she knew
many women would have directed
With a weary little sigh I dis
missed the problem of Claire Fos
ter's queer actions from my mind.
I had too many other things to
puzzle over. Her mention of Tom
Chester had reminded j me that
within a few I days I must return
home, and I knew only ; too well
what would be Dicky's reaction
when he found that the sick young
soldier was being cared Tor at our
home. Dr. Pettit's probable act
ions, also, were a source of keen
-worry. I must get in touch with
Lillian at the first possible mo
A Silent Breakfast.
As I finished the preparation of
breakfast, and wheeled the wagon
containing the dishes into the liv
ing-room, i perieciea my pians
for the day.
As soon as possible after break
fast I would go out on a shopping
tour toj match the etched glass
Claire Foster had broken. It ap-'
peared never to have occurred to
her' thai she should have should
ered this task., Instead, she bad
asked indifferently how much . 1
thought the thing had cost, ami
proposed leaving the money for
it in an envelope when we left.
But first of all I would get into
communication with Lillian. With
a little feeling of panic I realized
that I had been without, news "of
my baby jboy , for twenty-four
hours, Bince Lillian's Wire warn
ing me of Dr. " Pettit's j Journey
with it reassuring addenda that
all were well. , 1
Breakfast was a comparatively
silent affair. Dicky is always
glum until he has had his matu
tinal coffee. I found speech of
any kind an effort. And Claire
Foster, alouchy, almost repellant.
in her soiled negligee and her kid
curlers, confined her remarks to
coquettish little sallies, jto which
Dicky replied gallantly indeed,
but with a palpable effort.
"He Won't Go to the Studio"
"What are you girls i go'ng ta
do with yourselves today?" Dicky
asked when we had j flnif-hed.
"You'll hatn tn enfprtnln rnnrcsl.
ii iui l ie gui iu ucai. ii. m ore
some things I ve been neglecting."
- I couldn't help a quick, furtjva
glance from his face to Claire Fos
tersj to-' see if upon either there;
was I the consciousness of the re
cent dalliance which had .cauneil,
Dicky to neglect his work; but
both faces'- were nonchalantly
clear, and I voiced the alarmed
thought which had come to me at
-."Surely you're not going to" your
Dicky shot a savape glance at
had a vision of . Dr. Pettit hunting
him, and I realized that he re
sented mv hintlne- before Claire
Foster that he .would avoid the
enraged physician. ,
"Surely I am," he rejoiled
truculently. "Now, don't start
one of your ' j '
" Claire Foster interrupted" him
by reaching over and putting a
capable thumb and forefinger up-
pitilessly. . f
"Look here, angel cheeld!" she
said. VThia going to your Btudio'
i. . .
Happens to De my anair. l ome.
hither, prithe. I would have
speech with thee."
He could not have released him--self
without hurting his ear or
her, so" he made a sorry best of
rising with -a feigned gayety, and
accompanying her into the hall. 1
could glean -no word of the low
colloquy which followed, but when
It was ended, Dicky disappeared
Into-his own room coming out a
few minutes later dressed for the
. "I won't be back until dinner
time." lie said. "We'll all go out
somewhere. So long."
He went out of the door, and
CJaTre Foster put her hand to her
lips. Ineffectually concealing a
"He wont go to the studio." the
ald lazily. "He promised me he
wouldn't. And I'm going to have
the laziest nicest time right here
ill day. SoTI you have any er--ands
on your mind you'd better
ittend to them."
"Thank you." I sair mechanl
3ally, but the perfunctory words
were like a gate keeping back the
torrent of passionate jealous in
fective which I yearned to hurl at
- . (To be Continued)
- .Priee quoted -are wholesale and are
arfce received by fanner. Ke ria,l
ruses ore riven;
tf , m ORAI1T AND BAT
Vo. 1 aoft white wheat...-. )
N'o. 1 soft red wheat ",'
, i I4
it hoy . 1S
"nover hay, baled f i
at and vetch hay .$1$
POKK. afTTTTOH AKD BEEP
Mors, ioo-20( rvt tin 'v
iloRS, 200-250 cwt llV''',
Hors. 2(0-2"0 cwt fino
Light sows ... " ii
Ore used veal : . ""l5'"a
Cow 3 ii" "c'j 4 ' I 9
Pressed pork , 1 8 ' 1 s ,
Lambs . " ' l
Spring lambs 1 ia
r - PCXTST
Heavy hen . . 5 - n -t .
T 1 . t
urns . ... j
ia msks E T2 X
1 restnery tin -r
Butterfat, di-hered .
Milk; per cwt.