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TUESDAY MORNING, APBIL 21,11925
6 O-O r
aleim's! Great Market Place
ICTIOX SALE OF FLRSITURE
Range heater, Oliver typewriter, I Che
ney phonograph, rugs. etc 4 Thursday.
St. Woodry is the auctioneer, i Se ad
NURSERY 3TOCK i 49
CUTHBERT RED RASPBERRT Pleate
Phone 8F-V f 1 49 a21
LOST AND FOUND 33
. 1 1
CAM EO BROOCH 8ATURDAV IM BU-
sirls's store. Return to store. 5322
PERSONAL 5 j35
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper published. CORRESPONDENT.
Toledo. Ohio. -. i i 53-m8
HIZZ TREATMENT !
FOR APPENDICITIS I
"It-la-Wonderful." Pre informs
tion. Address Hiss Co.. Portland,
MONEY TO LOAN
20 TEAR FARM LOAN 1
vn rural credit plan wit privilege
of paying off any amount at- any iime;
- low interest, easy payments ao Sxnm
saation fee. or commission on loaal
PERRINE MARSTER3 i -212
Commercial Bldg. j sf-aaU
MONET TO LOAN ON CITT PiROP
rty. either build i of and loan plan or
, private money. Para loan with ia
anranoo company money at V- witk
eommiaaioa added. Ralph II. MeCnrdy.
Nca. a and ft, Bteevea-Meore Bide Ba
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES! 61
FOR SALE LVSC1I STAND AND jCON
fertionery. Address Mr. C. J. j Carl
aon. 98 E. 7th St.. ueu,i Oregon.
WILL SACRIFICE GOOD GARAGE and
auto eichange business. Several; good
cars, eat of ahop equipment. . pilled
up with storage. It will bay ybu. to
investigate. Address Ted Baisdfjn. 30
N . 5th St, r.ugene, Oregon1 or rail at
443 Perry. Salem. , . ; Glj-a26
HUNDREDS OP POULTRY MEN MAVE
made fortunes with purebred chickens,
bred to Jay from 200 to 300 efrgs
year. 30 pena and trios of purebred
chickens, (some with world champion
records) and valued at over $ 1.200 will
be given away to ambitions men, worn
en. boys, and girls for full informa
tioa cut out thia advertisement and
aend your name aad address to North
vest Poultry Journal, Salem. Oregon.
TWO FINE LOTS IN KAY ADDITION
Easy terms. 140 N. 17th.; 6a22
PAIRMOUNT HILL CORNER
this morning: reduced from $1
View, trees, ele. Becke & llend;
I". S. Bank Bldg. ! , 63
JEW SOUTH SALEM DUTCH Col
ft room home for sale or rent.
Bohrnstedt. Realtor. Loan jsud
am-e. 17 N. Com'L St. Phone .
Good 6 room plastered house,
rliicken house, 3 fine lots with all
of fruit. A bargain for 82100.
own terms. -
THOMASON 331 State St.
TAKE TIME TO READ OVER THE
FOLLOWING ! :
5 room modern double ronstmieted
new bungalow, garage, wood ah d $2900,
$150 cash, good location, north.
5 room modern new bungalow, basement,-
garage, fruit, on pa-ement $3.
500, $500 cash, good location, north.
6 room bungalow, modern; basefnest,
gsrage, S21A0. terms. - t
6 room" modern bungslowi fireplace,
small basement, garase. $3750. wil take
Taraat lot. ISth street south.
S room well constructed modern bun
galow, basement, corner lot.i pa Ted on
both sides, close in, south . Liberty,
$350. $500 cash. '
8 room modern bungalow.! basement.
1 acre lot, fruit, want smaller bouse
in Sslem. -$4500. north Salem, j
2 grocery stores for sale, or trade.
.Sea roe today. i i
SOCOLOPSKY 341 SUte
SPECIAL t ! j
41 acres of rrver bottom Isad abont
'-i ia crop, fair house, family orchard.
A bargain for $2000. Good 5 room
plastered house with 1 lot (for $1500
terme. 320 acres near Bead, Oregon
for trade. What hare yoot "Nice mod
ern aome, will trade fort improved
Uaet. f :
- THGMA SON 33 1 V, State St.
. ! 63-S19tf
LARGE LOTS CHEAP. 5B-1D5V pood
garden ground. $105 to $300. each j Per
fect title and abstract. Close toi ear,
H E. These prices guaranteed until
Jlay 10. " " J : .
RECK r. liE.MJKlCivS
V. B. Bank Bldg.
GOOD VALUES i
1 acre tract near Highland arrnue,
gravel street. Price $1000.! I
New 4 room bnncslow and breakfast
nook. Redy to move in. Price taSOO.
iucluding paved paid. $300 eashi bal
ance monthly. ' . I
Small cottage near Richmond school.
Trice $700. $200 cash, terms onj bal
ance. . i I
Good lot on North Winter! street. 50
by 119. Price $1200. 1 : j
Butcher shop in Salem, owner going
east. Price 2000. Good -terme.T
KRCECJER Real tori
: 147 N. Com'l St. Phone; 217
I ; $-a22
$100 5 room hotme, 1 blocks Jrom
State street, pavement, furnace,
large lot, shade trees. Easy
terms. j , I
$1300 4 room house and two Dots:
east front, gsrage, fruit. lljO
down, easy tera-.a. Jricei $1,
" 800. . . .! . j
Fine tract equipped for chicken rais
ing. elne N town. i j
CERTttl OE J. Sr. PAGE !
402 NortlLjpottage. Pbona 118
j 3 el7tf
, BARGAINS M I
Ta farms and in city property can be
Dad at our oiflce. . i I j
77 acres of very good land. !Will
grow goed flax. Well improved. Worth
more. Priced at $770O. it I
A new modern bungalow close lu at
$3.-.S). i j
. $lP0O buys a g'od S room, house all
furnished with good furniture. : Let us
ahww you this one. Ml
, 78 acre stock ranch. 2 aets of build
ings. wn electric plant. 125 acres
in cultivation. Plenty of runnings wa
ter all the yesr. A-flne stock ranch.
J4.W0 or will trade for smaller acre
age closer la. -! i !
A new 5 room fully modem bunga
low and garage on North Capitol at
$."00.- " ery easy terms. j i I
A - good service station in 1 fine lo
estion. A bargain at $HOO, I
5 room houxe, garage, "t block te
ear. lot 113x132. Price $1700. j
15 acres. 11 la euttivatien. A
room plastered bouse. A choice farm
only 4 miles out. Soma stock. Coma
In and get the terms. M '
6 room house, faraf. lot 50140.
Will tske la piano or car. f.
J. r. CLRICH E. E. ROBERT
127 X. CooTI Phone 13S4 '
TWO ROOM HOUSE LIGHTS AND Wa
ter. Trice $ 800. Term like rent Va
cant and brand new. -
V. 8. Bank Bids. . 63-aSltf
SI 700 8 u M E R BESOKT 84
am Hatchery. Wonderful aite for carap-
ground with email hotel. Includes
' large barn and land under plow.' Fine
fishing. On stage rwute to Hill City,
Lyons, Brettenbush Hot Springs. Hatch
ery and Detroit. . Already one of the
.most popular summer resorts. Very
scenici Fine1 opening for resort at very
low cot. Can be handled for $500.
The northwest is the great summer re
sorts of America where thia type of en
terprise flourishes and is rapidly in
creasing. CfllfMIl COZY OARAGE HOUSE AND
njce ,ot in Ct rove ad
dition; fullyi furnished including fine
; electric range, shower bath: toilet;
; sleeping porch. Choicest residence ad
dition in the city.
(Tn FOUR-ROOM BUNGALOW
W fnUy furnished, full baaemen't.;
furnace; hot and eold water; fine grad
ed lot; cement walks; faces sunrise;
house all renewed inside; five blocks
from Parrish school; growing district.
S1CMM& rVE ROOM COTTAGE AND
-rjje ot; eott.ge u pls.tered
, and newly shingled. Unparalleled bar
tain. 1 1 advertise values which I know to
be not merely good bnt exceptionally
good. . 1 have never misled or disap
pointed a aingle bnyer. . '
Masonic Temple Phones 793, 1942J
! i ! 63-a21
YOUR OWN HOME COME AND
j GET ITI
! ; These Are Vacant
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1 2 room new, $800; $100 to handle.
2 5 room; old close in, $1750 cash.
i South. - - i
84 rooms, plastered, bath, $2100.
I l South.
4 5 room modern. $2900. South.
5 6 room $3300. Esst.
6 8 room; $3750. North.
7 6 room jStneco. $450O. East.
8 T room; ao500. OBJts. i
room,: $6750. Oaks
10 5 room,
11 5 room.
$7000. Pairmount Hilt:
($100 to $1000 .will handle any, one
of above. Balance like rent. - ' i -
i BECKE le HENDRICKS
V. 3. Bank' Bldg. 63-a21tf
i ; ! Phone 161
SPEAK FOR IY0URS FOUR MODERN'
5 to 7 room! homes are under construc
tion, j Will .sell finished for $3500' to
$4000. Basements and fireplaces, fin
IKhed to suit. Reasonable terns., Come
now. Becke & Hendricks. U. 8. Bank
Bldg. 1 C3-a21tf
Is -Still GobdV
l 90-' acres ! of fine Polk eonntv
- land, abont 30 'acres in cherries. -pesrs
ana prunes. balance in open field and
pasture. 8R plastered house, good barn
and other buildings, lire water piped ito
house, only 6 '4 miles from Salem i on
good road. ; Price $10,000, with half
: down. ' j ( : -t. i i j,f I ji- 1 ! j
! A very fine South! Salcnt home, close
ia and only '$5000i cash.'1' ! n ! n. I ! i
! Knlem business i property in goingnln
-go ip, it's safe to i make tlmt invest
r,"nt.j ' -j j js ; ; I 'jf f j :
Real Estate snd Insurance I'hone 1013
i i Victor Schne'der. See'y. I
i R 4-5-6. DlArry Bldf. .'
' ! ' . ; . n 67 a21tf : i I IV
For Sale or Trade j
' i 15 '4; acres, close ' t'o I Sa!em,i seven
room house. -sood barn, chicken i house,
garage, all stock and machinery to run
farm with goes with t'le place. ' Iind
lays fine, most all in fruit except two
Vt of pasture and timber. AH fenced
with good wire fence. Want good city
property. Price $G00.
i 8 lots for sale in North Salem, near
carline and busline. Price for all,
. $1600. - : i
i Five room house.' good well, chicken
bouse, one acre of good land, three
blocks from carline. Price $650
. terms. f 1 I
A good Kebrasks farm, near SiooS
City, and only three miles from small
town. On railroad. No better land
exists: than this. Two sets of build
ings. ; Will raise 75 bushel of corn per
- acre. ' Plenty of land in close connec
tion for stock. Will trade for Willam
; ette valley land or city property. Piiice
$140 an acre. ( i i i ii .i j j j j j
Sixteen room apartment house (to
trade "for a good 5 room modern home.
See me for trades. - 1 have many; of
them.: - ! .: i i :
G. W. LAFLAR 410 Oregon Bldg. !! i
' ! : i . I' : 63-S21
FOR SALE GOOD SEVEN' ROOM house.
$2500. Will take vacant lots up to $!.
000 or small houifr. Nrce 4 room bun
galow, with btiilt'fn kitchen, breakfast
nook, for $2000. ' Six mora bungalow,
new, Monday only $'2100. Eaay terms.
Five acres close in all in' strawberries
to exchange for a home ia Salem. One
and half acres close in on main highway
with new bnilding. only $750. Easy
terms. It B2 foot front, paved street,
aix blocks out, good apartment ' site,
$3000. ' i j:
j r. L. WOOD 341 SUte St. f H I'
is:. i 63-al!tf
OAKS; ADDITION HOMES WE HAVE
four fine homes for tale in Oaks at
$6400 to $6900. AH modern, 5 t0 8
rooms. Becke A Hendricks, U. R Bank
Bldg. ; " .. i . t! i-i : 63-a21tf
PRINTED CARDS SIZE Id" BT f V
wordiug "For Sale, Enquire At." Pries
10 eenta eseh. : Statesman Bus! nets
Office, Gronad floor.: ; ,-
j j Ordered Sold
I - - i , r v i ' h i:
I Owner writes as to sell ' his ' new
modern bnngalow for $4000, only one
thousand down. It cost owner $5000.
has 5 -rooms, bnllt-ins. fireplace.' fur
nace. A real up to date, paved afreet.
Ideal location. Immediate possession.
One chance in a lite time to get a real
modern bun is low for 31000 less than
it cost owner. See Child ti Bechtnl.
Realtors. 540 State St. With two
new linen mills, (I w atch Salna grow.
I i t : 63-allNf
MODERN 7 ROOM HOME JflCELT Lo
cated, large lot 65x165. Owner UMl
Chemeketa St. '! ! 63 a26
EP, VJHtELAN ANNOUNCES
A BU? BURLESQUE Or TfJE
OUT WEST " won
FULLER PHUM ANI HIS
X'.'i.V glHl5All-CLUB5At5J fTN. I COAL-tnlSTBURLTSQlES j OCEk, l!D e7HLAH II MANUM
S I '.SCOUN DrELLy Jl, ! THE PART PiVED S -v , bjf AHt,ouST KHOW Tr4E A tAV OUT
- ( -, -f- I JP' i i li 4elO
LINEN WEEK RESIDENCE SPECIALS
6 room bungalow with 1.1 acre
land ..J..:U. j ...$4,000.00
5 room Yew Park... j ..$2,250.00
7 room south Salem j .r.$4.25O.O0
6 room Iotch Colonial. -6.0CK). 00
8 room Yew Park . i..-.$3.000.00
Splendid residence lot near
ParfUh, acljool. i.....l.$l,500.00
j - A; C. B0HRNSTEDT
' Realtor, Loans and Insurance
147 No, Com" I St., Salem. Oregon.
I i : ' I , ;.M I ' i ,i . ! ii : . 4-al2tf
SOME INVESTMENT 80 ACRES -Vokt-lv
wsluuts (0U0 today; 7 miles from
Salem on , paring, $1000 to handle
bang! ' Becke & Hendricks. U. S. Bank
Bidg. 1 j : ! ! i j i; v. i I ' j ' 63-a21tf
FLAX MILLS WILL INSURE PROSPER-
ity for Salera. i liuy linen stock.
Small : grocery . snd !! coniectionery.
stH-k. fititnres, new building, neat 4
room residence, fine corner lot 65x165
on, creek, 5000. :: Tliis is a good in
' vestment.' : . i ' I " i -. I ,
6 roont house, down ' town district,
paved alley, 4 ! gsrsges. house suits ble
for two apartment. $5000. '
High elasa duplex bouse; strictly mod
ern. Court street, $10.li00.
WINN IE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
216 Oregon Bldg. !i i if . 63-al7tf
FOR SALE TWO VERY PINK VIEW
lots. Only $1000 j apiece, ji You win
nave to act quickly
Pine corner lot
street, near Parrish
an i North Capitol
20 srrs farm in Hazel green district.
Excellent soiL i A bargain. Easy terms.
48. acre farm near Monmouth, aeat
of Normal school. ; New baildings. Very
good noil. Price is right. :
FOR RENT 5 room fist." Will lease
for a year or longer, i i'
RICH I RE LM AN 27
. Res It or :
; Phone 1013: 462 State St.
h. IJ'Arcy Blig. i; 63-alltf
SMALL APARTMENT HOUSE Reduc
ed; $6000 new takes small apartment
building bringing in $100 month. Will
make home and j investment. : Becke t
Hendricks. U. S. Bank Bldg. 63-a21tf
SPECIAL! LOW PRICE I '
on - the following properties for' Mon
day and Tuesday: and Wednesday.
$5000 New modem bnngalow for $4.-
O00. i only i $100u devn.:
$3500 New I nod em bungalow, 6R, 5
lots, $2350,- lerma.- ;
$2000 House tH. 4 lots, f WOO,
$ 900 House 2 lots, $550 cash;
With two new linen mills, watch Sa
lem and the Willamottof sialiey : grow.
Cbilda A Bechte), 540 tate street.
V '. f :' ! : ' I , 63-al9tr
Home Realty Co.
No. 489 New 4 room bunsslow on
Pairmount Hill, about f block oft S.
Commercial On Superior. Oarsee, al
ley, paved street.; For tjuick sale $2,
625. terms. :i ) ' j 'i
i No. 4:i -Nic 3 room bungalow, ga
: rage on N. Summer street- Fine large
lot 6ixl27. esst front, psved street.
Reduced to $2100 for quick sale.
' Terms.: I ' ' ' r I 1
.! I No. 218 New 9 room 14 story.
strictly modern house. Close in. east
front. Just oft State. , Special price for
prompt action, I ! ' i
l I No. 149 A dandy 80 acre farm in
i Yamhill1 county. 1-4 mile from i small
1 town and West side Pacific highway.
Will: trade far Salem city or suburban
home. Priced specially at $10,500 for
this week. - " I
HOME REALTY CO. 169 S- High St.
I ';!-:. t i ' C.'!-a-9
THESE ARE (KOD
- Nice 15 acre ' auburban home. 1
miles from carline, all new buildinga.
8 acrea proses, cherries and berries.
Exchange for residence property, j Suap.
$6000. 4 i
5 acre suburban, near Salem, all in
bearing prunes and cherries, new bungalow-,
prune dryer,. $4000, take good
bunralow. :; '
Good 25 acre farm, 9 acres bearing
prunes, cherries and , berries. A roon
house, barn.' henhouse, ontbnildings.
good well, fine location, paved road,
near school, store and church. (Sacrifice
for quick sale) or exchange for residence
I property. ii j . .
! For real buys or exchsnrea see us. -!'
T. if'!.. PERHfSE MARSTERS '
! 212 Commercial Club Bidg. 63-a9tf
REAL ESTATE TRAIES 6T
WE HAVE : A GOOD 4 ROOM HOUSE
with garage and woodhouse on ipaved
, street in good location and worth $3.
000 to trade for larger bouse and will
go to $5000 if terras ran be arranged
for balance; i Large house only two
blocks from rap ito I north worth $8500
clear and will trade for farm; 30 clear
acres on the highway north and will
trade for boose in Salem; 23 improved
prune and cherry acres with an acre
; of big firs high and mighty and worth
$12,000 to trade for house in Salem;
: 65 improved acres clear and near the
. highway for residence. 10 clear' acres
for a city lot.
i i McGILCHRIST PENNINGTON
20 V, S. Bank Bldg. Phone 140
,' i ! i . 65-al4tf
REAL ESTATE Farms 67
POR SALE 41 H ACRK FARM. ONE
mile south of Dayton, 26 acres in field.
. i remsindcr in timber plenty, of water.
1 inquire of Chas. Thumbcrg. Dayton.
Ore. ... g , . . .- . 67-a21
! PRACTICALLY FOK THE LIENS
i A S room bnngalow. Mortgage will
- make easy terms to any good party
(monthly.) See Wm. Fleming, 341
i Stste St. 7-al2tf
i VIEW SITE
2H acres witk aome good fruit, close to
esr, $2000. A bargain. . See Wm.
Fleming. 341 State St. t 67-al2tf
LINEN WEEK ' FLAX FARM SPECIALS
I 141 acres, r Good buildings. 100 acres
tinder cultivation $14,100.00
. 175 acres, 100 acres under cultiva
tion v ;.$14.000.0o
: 305 acres, i Fair buildinga. If 5 acres
. under cultivation ' ......$18,300.00
i 40 on paved market road. New- cot
tage. Running water. 83 acres under
' cultivation i $4,250.00
i 25.08 acres . $2,125.00
i 24 acres k .-..$2,130.00
1 Easy terms of paymeut with 6 on
all these properties.
A. C. BOI1RNSTEDT ! f
Realtor, Loans and Insurance .
147 No. Com ! Sk, Salem. Uren
I A STOCK RANCH M
Must br disposed of. 265 acres near
the roat.1. Will take a Portland er Sa
lem bouse. ; See Wm. i'leininT, 341
Stale St. 67-al2tf
(AH rights protectetl
R1LL ESTATE Farms 67
ALFALFA AND FLAX
will pay for a choice 140 acre tract
of river bet torn land, six miles out,
half mile from electric elation, 10O
acres cultivated, i- 25 in clover. Price
$125 per acre, terms. Wm. M. Meier,
Box 231. K3. Salem. 67-a25
A BARGAIN AND TERMS
A 5 room house and half acre food
land near car for $700. Terms. A
very good buy itor a poor man with
familv. can have: free outrange for cow
etc. See Wm. Fleming, 341 State to
morrow. ! 1 67-al2tf
REAL ITATESuburban 69
JUST OUTSIDE i CITY LIMITS. ONE
acre. 8 -room modern house, garage and
barn, water piped to irrigate whola
tract. Price $3,000 clear, want city
residence property, will consider larg
er deal. '
Wanted Large stock ranch for Salem
: property wilt assume, 10 acres well im
proved, close to Salem, want Salem
residence. For bargains and exchanges
See Barbwr, 20Qi Ory Bldg. 69-altf
USED CARS! FOR SALE
Rebuilt Used Cars
Low prices snd easy terms. We can
sve you money.
NEWTON CHEVROLET CO.
CHEVROLET CLOSED DELIVERY Car
suitable for delivering groceries, milk,
laundry. Ideal I for delivering berries
and fruit, i A snap at $110. 647 Cen
ter, j i 79-a21
Ford touring .
. : 260
Eiker Auto Co.
i ! - .
Our usual guarantee behind all cars
Liberty Street at ferry
t ! Phone 124.
! i 79-al3tf
GOOD USED PARTP rOR HALF OR
less.' Why pay morel Money back
ruaraatcw. i Bcheelar Auto Wracking
Co. Look lor the orware front. l-ay
phone 819; Hight phone 503. 1085
N. Commercial St. "3niH to save
money." i I 79 jl3tf
1924 Buick Master Six $1200
1923 Star touring 850
1921 Ford sedan 300
1923 Dodge roadster .. 600
1923 Dodge roadster,
balloon tires . 750
1921 Dodge touring . 475,
1919 Dodge touring .... 275
1922 Dodge touring 50O
1924 Ford delivery S75
1923 Chevrolet touring 425
F!i with starter 100 and up.
BONESTEELE MOTOR CO. -.
Visit our! used car lot
1 79-atS ,
LOOK AT A CERTIFIED AUTOMOBILE
BEFORE YOU BUY!
1924 Star jsport touring with
A wheel brakes $625 ,
192 4 Bnick: tonring with
4 wheel brakes ...$77S
19-23 Ford panel: delivery.... $25
1923 Ford 4-donr sedan $ r,o
1922 Overland 4j sedan $480
CERTIFIED PUBLIC MOTOR
xs block north of postoffice
I -9a23 ...
I We Are
roR :' j-'i '
Used Ford Cars
We have 32 cars for you to choose
from 6 cars under $100. Will fiadly
These cars are all good buys. For
example: : i
1919 Touring, $90
Valley yiotor Co.
Authorised Ford , Dealer
i Phone 1995
. : ' 79-alltf
(SPRING IS HERE)
In order to give .you a better oppor
tunity to examine our used cars we
bare again opened up our lot at the
back of our present location 219 N.
Commercial St. ! We have forty , cars
on display and we invite yoa to eora
. pare them : in price and quality with
any thing on the! market.
Fords . $ 50.00 to $ 400.00
Chevroleta - 50.00 to 350.00
Overlsnds J, 175.00 to " 400 00
Oldsmobiles 150.00 to lOOtl.OO
Gardners - i 400.00 to 850.00 -;
We also have IStudebakers Buicka -Dodges
Elgin Jordan Vetie and in
fact almost any: thing that yon could
desire at the price that yoa want to
pay. A small deposit will hold any car
that you msv select.
"AFTER WE SELL WE, SERVE"
j . Distributors for i j .
, i :.
OLDSMOBIT.ES AND RICKENB ACKERS
i P. W. PETTYJOHN CO. . -i
219 ". Commercial St.
--s--V ..- . 79-a2tf
Our Prices Are Right
On the following nsed cars
24 Chevrolet coupe ;
22 Dora at Sport (new plant)
24 Essex; coach
'19 Ford touring V
20 Ford touring
24 Ford ieonpe (new paint) i. -,'2t
i 24 Ford truck
- 23 Hudson speedster
23 Hudson sedan
24 Htipmobile' touring
20 OldsmoHilc roadster
2'i Packard twin-six sedan .
23 Packard aix touring (winter top)
2:t Packard six touring
2 4 Packard six touring
r Seeing is; believing cost nothing to
look them over
- i ;
; FRED M. jOWELIj MOTOR CARS
Corner Cottage, and Ferry Streeta
i 79 al8tf
by The George Mathews Adams
NcTTiTb fe& OUTO0ME B DICK
DARE'S SEN SAUCWAL. tN
RNER I, MFc PMUN (HiMSHLF)
DRIVES A SCDNiD-r4Mt
CUFF INTD THE MUOtX
U'ATaris CP COOTiE CREEK .
bOJT M1S2 "UflS -SCEAJE.TOLXS I
Of Reliable Business
1 i I''--'
GOLDEN AMBULANCE PHONES 609
ana nia-iv. usy or nignt service. f-14tf
T. S. WOODRY
Expert Lire toe k. furniture, real estate
Rea. 610 N. Summer Phcn 611 for
sales da tea. i i
G. SATTERLEE :
147 North Hiaa street.. Phone 1293
or 1211-J. i jne 12tf
G. ED. ROSS, ACCOUNTANT AND Aud
itor, 331V State. Phono 2098R.
I - j ; : a!7-'2g
BATTERY AND KJJDCTSICIAKS
R. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
atarter and generator work; 171 South.
JOF WILLIAMS '
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD X. RAMSDEN DAYTON BICT
cles snd repairing. 887 Court
BRAKE RELrNXNG :
RAYBE8TOS BRAKE STATION 275
Sonth Commercial St. Phone 102. J8tf
' CHHTESE REMEDY
L. L. DICK L. M. HUM
Chinese Medicine ' Company
Help any known disease. 420-426 State.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, P80 CHIROPRACTOR.
Nevroeatomster service. 416-19 U. 8.
' Bank Bldg. ' Phone 87. Res. 828 R.
H. B. SOOFIKLD PALMER CHIBOPRAC
i tor, 823 Oregon Bldg. Phone 2194. m5tf
CORSETS MADE TO YOUR MEASURE.
Dressmaking. Mrs. Carrie Fisher, lie
Cornack building. j-lltf
PRINTED CARX8 SIZE 14" BY
wording, iresamaAing" ; p r i c e 10
: cents each. Statesman Business Office,
' Ground floor-. ;
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. MASONIC
, building. Phono 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURES' AND SUPPLY
Co., Phone 1924. 222 N. Liberty.
PLEENER ELECTRIC CO.
House wiring by hour or eentrsct. , Es
timates furnished. Phone 980471
Court St. i j
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
Dr. Harold M. Brown
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. 820
V. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 2134. j-14tf
IP YOU WANT TO GET THE . BEST
, farm paper, send 15e to the Pacific
. Homestead. Salem, Oregon, for a three
' men'hs' trial subscription. Mtsliot
thia ad. ' : .!
P0ULTRYMEN i SEND EIGHT' TWO
cent stamps for special ' three months'
trial for the beat and oldest journal in
the west. The nrticles and advertise
moots are of si ecial ; Interest to thf
poultry breeders of the Northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journst, 211 Com
mercial street. Salem. Oregon.
FOR SALE FIRST AND SECOND Mort
gages, Trust Deeds, Contracts on houses
Will net 6 to 80
BECKE ft HENDRICKS
C. a Nat l Bank
r - i- jl-tf
FARM LOANS PLENTY OP MONEY tc
loan on good farm security.
CITY LOANS Wa are loaning Pro
deatial Insursnca Company money or
city rcjidences and' business property
at 5Va. plua a commission. Hawkins
4k Roberta, Inc., 305 Oregon Building.
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer time, no commission. Protect
: against adversity. City loans, lowest
rates, monthly installments, pro-payment
privileges. J. C; Siegmnnd. room
1, over Ladd as Bush bank.
LOANS MADE ON GOOD CITY PROP
arty at a low rate on the eaay payment
plan, so at aad of year yon are all
paid ap. Paras loans on large or small
tracts; privat money. Sea first and
yon will go oo further. G. W. Laflar.
410 Oregon Bldg.
406 Oregon Bonding
CUT FLOWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
- funeral w rea t h s, decorations. C. F.
Breithaupt, florist, 128 N. Liberty. Ph.
WARD K. RICHARDSON. Salem. Oregon.
2385 N. Front St. Phone 218. m2
WARD K. RICHARDSON Salem. Oregon.
2385 N, Front St. Phoue 2184. Straw
berries, blackcaps., currants, cherries.
SALEM MORTUARY. FUNERAL DIREO
tora, 2lO Center. Phone 1656.
G1ESE PURNITUR5 CO. Q U A L I T Y
fornitnro lot lose money. $72 Conrt.
Serrice Trade Mark ilegisteitxl V.
and Professional Finns Arranjred in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference
HEMSTITCHING. 0 AND 8c 153 8. High
i . n25
HEMSTITCHING, STAMPING. PLEAT
ing. Too PetlM Shov, Room 6, over
Basicka. : 29tf
SALEM ELITE H EMSTITCHIKG
pleating, buttons, stamping and needle
work : 33 8 Oregon Bldg. Phone 879. I
Yeur home or oar sow
U. S. Bank Bldg.
D. H. M08HER TAILOR FOR MSN
and women. 474 Court St. 1
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY Phone 165,
Service with ami la, Quality work.
1264 Broadwar. i-14tf
TRY THE HOME WET WASH LAUN
dry. Phone 171, 1856 B street. J-17tf
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY 816 IS.
Liberty street. Pbona 25. oldest, larg
est snd best. Established 1889.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED BY THE
Capitol City Bedding Co.. 1190 North
Capitol. Called for an delivered. All
work guaranteed. Phone 19. f!9tf
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REM ED Y
Pueee 517-W. 1
SHERMAN CLAY CO.. PIANOS
Steinwsys, Duo-Art aad others. Moora's
Music House, 415 Court street. j
GEO. 0. r WILL PIANOS. PHOXO
grnpbs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano studies. Repairing phono-
grapna ana sewing mschiaes. 432 Btate
street. Salem. - , !
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff Furnl
' tnre Co.. Mnsie Dept. ' I
DR. A. 8LAUGHTEtt ACUTE AND
chronic diseases. 415 Oregon Building.
FRUIT, NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pesrcv Bros., 237 Stste.
PACKING AMD SHIPPING
FOR EXPERT FURNITURE PACKING
and shipping, call Stiff's Furniture
Store. Phone 041.'
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
; decorating, paper hanging, tinting, etc
Reliable workman. ' 1
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED PI
ano tuner. Leave orders Will's Music
Store. . i I
PLUMBING AND GENERAL REPAIR
work. tiraber Uroa., 11 Libert j
Phne 5.10. f-ltt
SPLITDORP RADIO. SALES AND
SERVICE ; :
No better radio made at any prieai
SALEM ELECTRIC CO.
F. S. BARTON. Prop.
Maaoaie Temple Phone 1200
Wot Evsry Purpose Every Purse
evraiw i i ii
-St eBa) au Btanaara bis as
at Radio Tubes
! : :!
HALIK EOPT 3LETRI0 SHOP
$37 Court St. Phone 4S8 i
If- ALVIN B. STEWART
t 1 Court St. j
Umbrellas, Cutlery and Kays (
Lawnmowera, rasor-blades, scissors, i
knives and tools shamenee
SOOS SCAVENGER 8ERVICE GAR
bage and refuse of all k-nds removed
by the month. Reasonable rates. Cess
pools cleaned and dead animals ' re
moved. Phones: Office 35 or 979, Rea.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
ing and shoes. Best prices paid. C sp
it al Exchange, $42 North Commercial.
Phone 1868-W. m
STOVES AND STOVB REPAZBXaTOl
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years experience. Depot National
fence, sizes 26 to 58 in. high. Palate,
oils and vanishes etc, loganberry and
hop hooka. Salem Fence and Stovs
Works. 2 SO Court street. Phone 184 '
WE 8 TORE YOUR HOUSEHOLD Goods
or nny thing you have.- by tho week,
month or vesr. P. A. Kiker, corner
Liberty and Ferry. Phone 121. d-14tf
MRS. 0. E. MILLER, HEMSTITCHING,
stamping, buttons. Room 10, over Mil
ler s store, mono 117. . t
S. Patent Office)
' OeAwrr fass
PHUH in MiSj
FSOLE OF 3"ACr
THE BOS CAUED
itiva ifTTy ljcii!AC
STc AUNG oTAMPS j
TRANSFER AND HAULINO
TRANSFER AND HAULING OP ALL
kinds. Phone 198.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 326
SUte St. Phono 931. Distributing, for
warding and storsgs our specialty. Get
our rates. ;
WE MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOU8E-
aold goods. Our specialty is piano ana
furniture moving. Wo also snake coun
try trips. We handle the best coal and
wood. Cat! en ns for prices. Wa givo
good meaiura, good quality and good
service. Larraer Transfer Oo. Phena 980
PARSER'S 8TAQB. LINES
1. W. Parker. General Manager.
Central Stage Terminal
Principle Gne-Way and Ronnd Trip
Tares aa Parker Suge Unas:
Station Way . Trip
Me Minn villa $1.00 1.T0
Monmouth . .79 LI
Dallas . JO .90
Pali OltT 1-00 ?
SUvsrton , .7a i.o
Independence ., .$ 1.00
Amity .Ti 1.40
Tillamook .. 4.60 7.40
Hebo , , .0
Wiuamina La t:00
Bberidam , . L60 S.OO
Dayton , 1.M 00
Sewberc 10 S.40
Parker Stage lines makes big reduc
tion In Expreaa Rates, from SO to 60
eenta ox the hundred pounds. Reason
able rate an C.OJ. collecting.
Send your express by Stage and fat
: truieker service.
Cell 696 for Information
SAuEM WATER, LIGHT A POWER OO.
Office, 801 Sonth Commercial St. Ten
per cent discount on domestic fist
rates paid in advance. No deduction
for absence or any eanas unless wstor
Is shot oil yonr premises.
Hawley Home From
Capitol for Summer
(Continued from page 1)
Ity will be taken to make known
to all of the countries of the earth,
as well as to our own people, the
character and enduring qualities
and beneficial results of the gov
ernment inaugurated under Wash
Greatest in -World
Mr. Hawley is also elected as
chairman of the caucus of the re
publican members of. the house for
the present 69th congress. In ad
dition to the above he is ranking
member of the great committee on
ways and means and is on the na
tional forest reservation commis
sion,: which has purchased same
2,600,000 acres of land for -the
creation of national forests in(the
White a n d Appalachian moun
tains. The committee on- ways
and means is said to be the most
powerful taxing ..committee in ths
world. - J)urin tb e ight years in
which Mr. Hawley has been . a
member of this committee there
has been received "under legisla
tion reported from it either in
taxes, collected in money, or by
the sale of securities of the United
States, which later must ; be paid
by taxation, over eighty-five bil
lion dollars. : The public debt is
now practically twenty billion dol
lars, one-half of which, or ten
billion dollars, is owing to us by
our former allies during tbe World
vrra. We are paying off our in
debtedne at the rate of five hun
dred minlibn dollars per year. Tho
expenditures for the last fiscal
year will e approximately three
billion fotir hundred million dol
lars for all purposes of govern
ment, including payment of inter
est on the debt, and the retire
ment of the debt, the last two
items amounting to practically one
billion three hundred million dol
lars. We are the only nation that,
while decreasing taxation, is pay
ing off its public debt, and that
can see in the reasonable time in
the future 'the extinguishment of
that debt. '
More legislation was passed by
the congress just closed than by
any previous congress. . Among
the items was tbe extension of the
public roads act for two years in
a total amount o' one hundred anl
fifty million dollars, out of whlci
Oregon1 will receive sufficient to
provide for the completion of -tho
Roosevelt highway and other
roads. . j .
Since Mr. Hawley. has been in
congress the engineers of the war
department have favorably report
ed on 34 projects for the Improe
ment of rivers and harbors In t'a
first congressional district. Th
river and harbor bill passed In tht
session just closed carried th'
adoption; of the projects . for thf
Siuslaw river and the TillamooV
By ED WHEEL AN
bay, making 3 4 proylaions.adoptctl
out of 34 fayorably reported.
Since he has been In 'congress,
Mr. Ilawley has averaged approxi
mately one and one-half million.!
of dollars in appropriations for tlui
district for each year of service.
Calvin Coolidge is realizing tlit
hopes of his supporters arid la
proving a capable presidenX with
unusual ' ability in discerning tho
measures beneficial to the people
and in securing their adoption.
Irrespective of party, he has the
confidence and support of the
r "I have," said Mr. Ilawley. come
from New England and other parts
of the Atlantic coast, across the
country ; to Oregon. This is the
greenest, most attractive and pros- :
perous looking section I " have
seen, and we are truly enjoying
our return and ,the pleasure of
meeting our friends."
Mr. and Mrs. Ilawley are look
ing unusually well.
T GENERAL MARKETS
PORTLAND. April ' 20Port
land dairy exchange: vButter. ex
tras 41c: standards 40lc; prime
firsts 3H; firsts 39c.
Eggs, extras, 30c; firsts 29o;
pullets 2Sc; current receipts
PORTLAND, April 20. Hay
Buying prices, valley timothy $20
S21: do eastern Oregon $214!
24.50; alfalfa $20.50 ? 21 ; clover
$17.50; ; oat hay nominal; cheat
$17.50; oat and vetch $2021:
straw $8.50 per ton. Selling
prices $2.00 a ton more.
PORTLAN'D. April, 20. Grain
futures: Wheat, hard white. blue
stem, baart. May, May, Juno
$1.60; soft white, April $1.53.
May and June $1.55; western
white, April $1.51, May and Juno
$1:53; hard winter. April $1.50.
May $1.53. June . $1.53; northern
spring, April $1.50. May $1.55.
June $1.53; western red. April
$1.51, May, June $i.50 ; BOB hard
white, April $1.88, May, Jniio
K0TICE OP SALE OP G0VERJ.MEW1
! General Land Orrice '
Wssblngton. I. C., March 17, 1?S.
Notiee is hereby given that sobjwt H
the evnditious snd limitations of lha ri
of June . 1018 (39 Hist., 21H, mwt
June 4. 1920 (41 Stat.. 758), sa'l tlepsrv
mental regulations of April 14, lf'2 4 '
L.D., 37'i), the timber on the following
lands will be sold May 6, 1P25. at 10 a.
m., at public auetion at the United Hiat
land' office at Portland, Oregon, to th
highest bidder at not less than the ap
praised value as shown by this notice,
ssle to be subject to tbe approval rH th
Secretsry of tne Interior. The pu'-hM
price, with, an additional aura o' oue-fifts
of one per rent thereof being .omi. nn(
allowed, must be deposited at time "I
sale, money to be returned if sale is m4 1
approved, otherwise patent will issue ff
the timber which mutt be removed with
ten yesrs. Bids will be receive! fron i
eitisens of the United States; asaoeiationt ,
of such citizens, and. corporations or !
ised uadur the lawa of the United S'stea,
or any State, territory, or district thw
of. only. L'pon application of a rtuauiief
purchaser; the timber on any leal vnb
division will be offered separately befort
being included in any offer of a lrr
unit. T. ifl R. 2 E., Par. 5. 8K".
NEU. fir 02O M., NE14 SE'i. fir 8i
IA.. C-ee. 7. BWVi NEW, fir 600 M.. frt
NW SWy.. fir 900 M., T. 8 N.. R. J
W., Se. 21, Nr.4 fir 47". M., fj
2 S., R." E.. See. 19, 8W Vt SFM. J
HO II.. csdar 235 M.. hemlo. k 400 M,
none of the timber en these sections to
he sold for less than $1.50 per U for
the fir and $0.30 per M. for the cedar
snd hemlock. T. 1 8, K. 5 E., See. 11,
NWVi N K 'A , fir 14ft0 M., hemlock 80 S
M cedar 60 M., SK Kw4. fir 24(0
M.. hemlock 80 M., cedar 80 M.. KWi
XWH, fir 2130 M hemlock 830 II., noae
of the timber on these tracts to be sold
for less than 82.50 per M. for the fir
and $1.50 per M. for the hemlcfc and
eedar. T, 8 8., R. 8 W, 8. 17, M:'i
N'WVi. lir 1480 M., NW KW14, fir 78')
M , none of tbe timber on these tracts to
ho sold for less than 82.00 per M. T. 7
8.. R. I E., Rec. 27, SWVi .HE ft stand,
ing fir 70S M.. down fir AO M hemlerk
20 M., seised logs on this tract not in-
eluded herein and no sale te be made f"t
less than 82.00 per M. for the stsndirl
fir snd $1.00 per M. for the down fir add
Men. 88-Mav I f.f
Xotloe of Intention to Improt
North Rcventeynth 8treet Froif
, Chemeketa Street to Centtl
Notice Is hereby given that tba
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, Seems It nece?sary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove' North Seventeenth street'
rom the north line of , Chemeketa
ttreet to the south line of Center
treet, t the expense of the abut
Icg and adjacent property, ex
cepting the street and alley Inter
tections. tbe expenre of which'
lll be assumed by tbe Ci'y of
Salem i bringing sail jortlon
if ea I eet tootle estalilih-1 ,
;rade j .ructing cement con
rretd " ind patlng eald por-
ion of said street with a slx-lnrh
iemet concrete pavement thirty
'eet wide In accordance with thi
plans, specifications and etlmntcs
:herefor, which were adoptmi by
the Common Council April fi,
1923, now on file In the office of
the City Recorder and which sail
plans, specifications and estimate
re hereby referred to and in!
4 part' of this notice.
The Common Council hereby
declares Its - purpose and Inten
tion to make the above describe I
Improvement by nd tbrourh the
Street Improvement Department
of the City of Ealem.
Written remonstrances may 1)9
filed with the City Recorder ;f
said city against the above pro
posed improvement within tpri
days from date of final pull! ca
By order of tho Couuio Cu i-i-
ea April (inzs.-
U. rOULEIIN. City Uf:r:.r : r.
Data of flnt pobllcatl.a 1
la April 8, 1825. z , : 1
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