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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY, MORmG, NOVMBR 8925 . '
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et phone, 1973. Barrioee ll:0O a. m-,
!: p. m. Bermoae by the pastor at
hoth services. EpeeUl aaesicel f eataras
at- .both terrieef. Sunday school, 4:45;
superintendent. Dr. Foley. 6:30 Union
Endeavor meeting at ihe Central Cengr
Kauonal chore k. Beoenae ! the. County
Christian Endeavor convention- being: held
(hie wk at that church.' One day con
vection on Wednesday ' beginning at 10
clock and lasting all through tha dar.
letnch, aad evening dinner will be served
at the church. Outside' speakers snd
tprrenUti?et from other church ss -will
Mtaaant -. . v t
- ' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE .
FIRST Corner of Liberty ' end Che-
mnjkcta streets. Sunday morning services
i o ciock. guaaay craning at . eub
. '"t of lesson sermon. "Adam and Fatten
Man." Sunday school sessions convene
at :30 and 11 a. m. YYodnesesy eve-
'ung testimonial tnetlng at 8 o'clock.
- 'eiiig room, 209 Masonic Temple, open
-rT day except holidays and Sundays
from 11:15 to 5:30 p. a.; every evening
f xcapt Wednesday and Sunday, from 7 :u
tu : Sunday sf teraoon tram. 8 to 5. All
-ta cordially invited to oar services sad
io our reaawg room.
Oood times i 1 Cheery times! Halpfn)
Omosl At tha tall whlto IraiMins
ttato, oetow uommofctai. ; ion ro vol-
- (mi to all. Snnday'a prorraai : holinoaa
moating. 11 a, m. "The tinndty School
WUh s Smile' ' meet at 1:30 v. m.
orrsngomant of . Usie this Sunday, to
aofioaunaoato tna rrnwo. tipoeial yonag
peopio a moei at o :ju p. ra. -umr cnanK'
ed from jl5. as formerly. Envoy C,
Staronaon. loader. Saaday preaiog Is
nroays too boat aorrieo of tha day. . eras
stlisUo in Bstnn. foil ot good cheer and
hopo. 8ermoa tabitct: Vllonao by th
ao'of tha road.-1 Trod G. FUher,
ainger-eTaaaa'iaW will aaaiat in the. regu
lar tmooing at the state penitentiary this
imlyj A tenriea a ill also bs held at
l 'jAt.m erm Vara. -
I K!netenth and Marion itreMl:' pastor,
. . U. Hopkins, residearo, I960 Marion
street. - Aanistant pastor, air, .liopstss.
Sevrieos: 11 a. as.. :80 v. m. Kormoa
topics: "'Know Thyself' ;"BlindnoS
nd Poverty. Special, music aad stcc
ing at both aerrieea on , 8andsy. 8an
day school 6:43 a. snparintendent.
W. B. tLardr. Tonne Feopio s meattn.
(T-.tQ p. in, topic: "Gideon." Junior
Christian Endeavor 6:45 t. m.. president.
Mr. Lloyd Millar. Wedneadaj oTeaii
t " 7 ;SO prayer mootlDC. lod by the pa'
tori The pastor will preach 3riwiir
uorainf. Vesrlc mretbt of. U Sun
day achool board wiU bo hold in tb
Ganrch Jdondsy aigst at T:80
r-' v c cr- SZTHAVT BUTOBJtXO
.Capitol sad Marion atreeu: pastor M
Denny. . residence. . 90S Marion, street,
Phono 445 W. fierrices 11a. nw Zag-
lisa. Bnadsy school 40:00 s. m., super
inteadeat, xrod . tcmso. . :
i . : . I. S. 8. A.
T if eet every Sunday irf Derby halV
., Oourt and Hiirh atreeta .for Bible atody ;
1 harurm 10 to 13 and 3:30 -to 4. Sunday
evening., h'ov. a at 8 o'clock . thoro will
l4' a leetnre. - snbjeet, , Ths Year of
, Jubilee." . Seats free. . o ooUectiOQ,
" X,TJTHXSASr .
CUBIST KVANGELICAIr 1T50 Ststo
street. Fsslor, G. Koebler.- residence,
1750 State.. ohona 599ft. eerrices lu-.SO
s. m. Her. T.' Aradt ' of Stwbcrg will
preach. No oreuin j service. " Sunday
school 9:30 s, ni. Tann Feopls's taect
inc at 7 v. ns. Topie: "Learn How to
: ITy" The Dorcas 'society, saoota on
TJinrsday - at 8' p. m. - witn Wrs. . Vara
Bsrriek, 1077 S. Hlg1 attoot. - Suada
echool aad semce- are comauciea w
Caglisa. , - -
-.:! ieetho'diit , '' " . -
CENTER 8TREET-Hth and Center j
streets. Pastor ; A. F. UUmr, residenco,
fttta. N. "Winter street, phoae WfKM. Bet--.Hcea
il:00 a. m. and 8 p ra-- Sermon
topics, The Reformation.' 1 morning;
''CeaefitS We Enjoy Beosaxe f the Hef
. ormstion," evening. BnndsyJ. school ot
TO o'clock, snporintendeat. Hr II. Grsl
Isp. Kpworth Iayue at 1 w'etock. fol
lowed by the regular-servics. ,
- SOUTH 8ALKM Commorclal. and
Wsshington streew. Paators, Csrl and
Kinaio lliller. residence 1655 t. Uberty
treat, phone 133B. Servicea: Jl a. m.
aad 7:SQ p. m. ' Sermon topira : " 'The
Word ia the Beg inn ins." morning: "Tho
Hour of Prayer," evening. 6prUl I ma
tis by ths choir. I Sundsy sfhodl: 'Kl a.
m. saperiatendent, Ben Pstlon.' , Tonng
People's moetinF: Sonday tJ:3 p. nv,
leader, Kormsn Wright, topli, Interna
- tiflMl Friendship" ' Prnftr roettift-J
Thnradsy 7:30 p. - Women's alisiion
ry society will moo at lie church yrj
Ar,w t t Thi fhareli will, ofcterrs
Tsther and Boa" ' iresk with !.
onet mday erening- ? srs kavtod to
coins aad worsnip . wita . us. . , .
848 Coort street: pastof. a . John-
' reaidancs 1B33 SfspU SVeaoe. PhoBS
1B17W. feaadsy school 3:00 p. v,'so
pertatendent, 6. Berlaey. Young Peoplo s
meeting Jfridsj t venang. Week day sot
. vieos: Taeedsy, Thamidey sad estufdsy
aronings. Tho pastufc Tn speak attar-
nooa and evening. ,
' IBST On Bundny, evening. Kov. S,
Mrs. Anna M. CoacUof will bo with ns
acaia to deliver the f lecture, and give
Ih7 mosfsges. - With airs. Julia J;eksoa
si the piano. Coma add brios friend.
" ' CHECBTIAS AITD aCSSIOKAXT
''T,T. . . 1T.UASOE
ferry atroet aear Coinage. Vajtor H.
' naidedee. 173 8. Cottsg
iM ; iiB4J. . . Astistan psisor, Mrs.
IffMF u;" ji T: ; - Kill
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N . AK Dorothy V
1 what ARE You So ,
f iNTKRHTtO tM? .
CsawelL"" Servieos S p. m: and 7:30 p.
rv. eermea 'topioa: "Yse - uss- was
Kslked.UiUt.God;" "WsiUnr on tha
trd.M The Teaint aerriCtf al onf I
always an" tnapiratlon Ennday school i
p. m , aopenatendent. Alra. at. WUaoa.
Young PiMrple'a .meetings Satorday eve-ninc-
Week -dar' aervieea: Tnaadar ovo-
nine Prayer ard praiao. Friday evening
t:u BJOie itua ta taa Boot i Ms
id Cocao aad briar Tour Bible. tftin-
day school IS found in Acts 25:38. Gold
en text "Ye aught to support' tho weak
ana remamoer, tbs words ot vn- Lord Je
sos, how Ho said U is do re blessed to
Siva thaa to reeeirs. Acts 20;35.
- SAPTIST CETJ2CB i
FIRST Libertv - and Marina nutnr.
Eraest' HT Bhanks, rosUenco, 640 North
Liberty, phone 1320. Services: 11:00 a.
ea. and T :S0 p. to..' Sermon' topic : " A
Diacipla's Coafessioa.'i morning; 'Hea
ve a or ou; vkoere in r Xoa spend
Eternity!" Bevivsl services all this
week. Untie under the leadership of
Mr. Fred G. FUher. song-evangelist. Sun
day schoU 0:45. Superintendent, Ed
Bchnaka. Young People's meeting 6:30.
ab entBuiuue group . of voun noonla.
Revival meetinrt contiaus all week, each
svoninar except -Satarday. . Bible leetarea
oark arternoon at 3 :00. except . Monday
sni eatnrosy. A atudr ot tha Epittlo
to the Colioasiaaa. Father and Son ban
quet Tnesdsy evening st 6:00. A great
gsttiering of men and boys. Aftar .the
banqnet the pastor will deliver his frost
sermon to. mea ana coys oa tno subject
8T. VIKCEKT DX TAXTL (Catholic)
Rev. Tbo.'"V. Keenaa. naitor. Mssses
nest Sundsy as vsusl at 8 and 10:30
o'clock. Rosary . and benediction every
Sub day evening st 7:30. Darin r the
week Mess will he celebrated st 8 o'clock.
Cstheehism cleat for the children every
oaiuraay ernooa at 3 o clock. Jon
feaaions Saturday afternoon and evening.
Effective Appeal Made From
Oonnth Friends of Near
' East Relief
Friends 0f the Near East Relief
la this' city have recently received
from Corinth, Greece, one of the
most effective appeals which this
organization has ever issued. It
consists of the reproduction of a
photograph of hundreds of little
children, on a wide plain, grouped
together to form the letters and
figures making this legend: "Sec
ond Corinthians l: 811."
' The children represented in this
"living espistle from the Corinth
ians' are but a part of the two
thousand orphans' under the care
of the Near East Relief in modern
Corinth alone, near the site of the
ministry of fit. Paul of old. ' The
message is particularly seasonable
at this time, as it serves to draw
attention to the American observ
ance on Dec. 5th of the Golden
Rule Sunday, on behalf of this hu
manitarian and educational work
It Is interesting" lt read the pas
sage from the Epistle of St. Paul
to the Corinthians so dramatically
referred to in the picture.
'For we would not, brethren,
have you ignorant of our trouble,
which came to us in Asia, that we
werevpresaed out of measure, above
strength, insomuch that we de
spaired 4)Yesvof life. .
'But we had the sentence of
death in ourselves, that we should
not trUBt in ourselves, but in God,
which raiseth the dead.
"Who delivered us from so great
a death, and doth deliver; in
whom we trust that he will yet de
liver us,- ;' "
"Ye ' also helping together by
prayer for us, that for the gift be
6tojed upon us by the means fo
many persons, thanks may be giv
en by many on our behalf."
The passage has a singular ap
propriateness, In view of its ob
vious application to the Armen
ian children now In the American
orphanage at Corinth. Evidently
the tables have been turned. The
student of Biblical history will re
call that once an apostle of Christ
in distress and danger Bent to' the
Corinthians his gratitude tor what
pwas evidently a collection sub-
KEAT CTTTrKB'B UNIOIt KO. 380
aieet aoeoad end fourth Wedaasdsy.
Prasidaat W. . Melban; sscrstsry,
OA PIT Al TTPOGSAPHICAli TTXIOS KO.
310 President, O. r. Kvsat; saaretsry.
at. D. PUksaton. Masts seeosd Bstar
dsy. 3 :00 p. m.
CARPENTER 8 TJKI0S KO. 1065
Meets Than, evenings. Arthur Tuck
er, president; Win. Pettit, secretary.
Skilled meehsnira foraiahed. Pbese 1T9.
FRATERNAL ORDXR OT XXSZSK moot
very Wedaeadsy. Frstemlty Hsll, 8.
M. Wtllett. Sec y. TeL 888ft. -
scribed by many in small amounts.
Now the Armenian children of
Corinth, " representing the seven
churches of Asia, are in distress,
indebted for food, for comfort and
for' life itself, to the many Ameri
cans 'who : have given in small
amounts, and they repeat the plea
of Paul: "We would not have you
igmorant of our troubles."
Under , oppression and persecu
tion for generations, the people of
the Near East have clung to their
Christian faith. The picture which
comes from the juvenile survivors
of the early churches must bring
a real thrill to thousands of Amer
icans' whose contributions alone
explain why these children have
lives within them.
Brotherhood of Church to
Make Trip to "Chumville'
A railroad trip to Chumville
will be taken next Tuesday night
at the Brotherhood banquet at
Jason Lee Memorial church, with
stops at Ladtown, Boyville, Jolly-
ville, - Noteburg and Readaport
President Zimmerman of the
brotherhood will be the conductor
of this father and son special of
the North Salem Consolidated
R. R., and all fathers and sons of
the city are privileged to become
passengers. It will be well to
secure your sleeper reservations
by telephoning or by seeing Train
Dispatcher Acheson or Conductor
Zimmerman, but late comers wil
find a foothold uponthesteps.
'America, will be sung i as an
"All Aboard." and then: Rev
Acheson will give the "train or
ders." The "last call" for dinner
will be sounded promptly at 6:30
"dining car in the rear." "Musi
cat Relish" will be served as we
puff along, by the Jason Lee
orchestra, and the first stop will
be at Jollyville, Where we all get
out an sing. The journey is re
sumed until we come to Noteburg
woere Howard Roberts $s station
agent. Then comes' Funvllle and
the names of these two juvenile
nerformers is kent a dark secret.1 a banquet, to which every old
Two interesting bits ot scenervi
are found at Dadtown and Boy
ville, where toasts will be given
by Raymond Miller and John
Hunt on "What a Fellow Likes in
His Father,, and 'What a Father
Expects in His Son." ".After this
we arrive at Readaport, where
Charles Kaufman is baggage mas
ter. We laugh a bit more there,
and then steam steadilry along
to the end of the line. Chumville,
where President Carl G. Doney of
Willamette university .holds sway
as station agent, train dispatcher
aad baggage smasher. "Everybody
j change cars here."
ARE YoO CrOOD
mi J II
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tespt Moa- I
of Oregoa. 1
Published every meraiag (sxespt
say i at asJem, tM eanitai
Local Rates .
Dally or Busdsy
time . S seats per word
t;aos .i .a seats par wots
seats par word
Oae month, daily aad
-10 cents par word
la rer to earn the more thaa one
time rata, at&rw-tiesmeat mast run la
r Mo Aa. taken for less thaa II eoata.
I Ada. raa enaday OJTLT sharped at
I Advertlaetaeuts (sxespt raraaaaia
sad SiVostions Wsatoa) trill ho takes
over tha telephone if the advertiser la
a snbsoriber to phoae.
Tha Statesmsa will roeelve advsr
tlsesats st any time the day or
teat. ; - Te issnra proper laasifiaa
tions ada. seulal bo ta before T p. as.
j TZLS?H05 I or t&S
Money to Loan
On' Real Ertata
f. PQKT i
(Over Lada 4 Bush Bsak)
BETOBS TOTJ T.SATX TOUR BOMS
OB OAR HAVE IT
Phone 161 Becke k Hendricks, ' Hellig
BldC, 169 N. High St. 4-Z8-tf
SALEM AUTO WRZCBTKO 00.
Wheela. Tlrea Rims, Fandsrs
Half Price and Less
, Parts for all ears, eatb for old ears.
; .. . 403 8. Chnreh Phone 3159
SCHEELXR AUTO WRECKIKQ 00n will
, buy year old ear. Highest cash pries
paid. 1085 X. Commercial 8t. ljlStf
WILL PAY HOMAGE
TO AGED PERS
Harvest Home Week Obser
vance Will Begin With
Special Service Today
Harvest Home Week in honor
of members of the GAR, the Old
Peoples' Home, and all old people
of Salem, will start at Jason Lee
Memorial church today with
sperial morning service, and close
with the Harvest Home banquet
On Friday nisht. At the Sunday
morning service bouquets will be
given all elderly people upon en
tering, as tokens, and they will
be escorted to the seats of honor
Cars will be furnished all these
guests of honor by telephoning
2106J . The music and the ritual
Of the service will be in honor of
age and the pastor sneaks upon
''The Enlarging Horizon."
! On the Friday night following,
November 13, the young people of
the church, under the direction of
Harvey Roser and Clara Jasper,
will honor the old people of Salem
gentleman will be escorted by a
young lady and every old lady
will have a boy for her partner.
An evening of entertainment and
and enjoyment is planned, con
sisting of music, readings and
short addresses. Cars will be
furnished all who desire to attend
this event by telephoning 2106J.
A Harvest Home service has been
held at Jason Lee for the past two
years, and last year proved so
popular that it was decided to
add the banquet and other fea
tures of the week.
ISay It With a Classified Ad
Of OUTTtK vt
' 'Ose7Tt$JT ah .
GENERAL REPAIRING, TIRES 1 AND
to sea. soeeasories, gas sad oil Ml
IiZB LIBEXGOOD GARAGE. Phone
564. Miller and B. Crauaerclai St.
Wa speeianse ta reconditioning motors.
. - .- -. r- ssetf
SEE US JWt TCP AND PAINT WORK.
C. i. anil Auto Top Paint Shop.
Rear fire deoartment. S-alStf
HELP WASTED .Male ll
ELP.CTRIC WELDER WASTED. C. D.
Oppen, 695 Mill St- Phone 372. llnll
SALESMEN. OUR 1926 LINE OP IAC-
e, ladies neckwear, trimmings is
ready; good men, for small town, gen
eral .and drygoodt stores; big com
mission!, (five experience, reference,
territory covered in first letter. Moaer
Co, 874 Brosdwsy, Kew York. UXo
MAX WASTED (CITY OR COUNTRY)
old estsuliNhed company will supply
capital snd a tart you in your own per
manent business selling necessities peo
ple must bay every day. Experience
unnecessary. Write McConnon ft Co.,
Fsctory ZSfl, Vinops, Minn. lino
RELIABLE MAN IN EVERY TOWN
snd city te distribute free ' samples,
and advertising matter, etc No eell
ing. Experience unnecessary. Out
door work. Arerage psy $8.00 per
day. , "v.ite quickly for contract. Su
pervise. Colombe, 5153 North Clark St.,
Chicago. Illinois. 11X8
HELP WANTED Female 13
WANTED YOUNG LADY TO i CARE
for baby years old and do light
house work. Day time only. Call Sun
day s. m. at 450 8. 14th street. 13n
ADDRESSING ENVELOPES: EXPERI-
ence unnecessary. Earn. S15.00 to
$45.00 weekly during spare time at
home. Dignified work for honest, sin
cere persons. Franklins Products
Corp. Dept. , 1143 Blue Island
Avenue. Chicago. 13X8
XEW ITEMS. BIG PROFIT, GOOD
rev eaters. Xmas sellers. Msin or side
line. Auto, drug, cigar, all lines. Mil
lard Mfg. Co., 612 Van Buren, Chi
SALESMAN WITH CAR
Listings snd buyers furnished.
You shew property luted by
us to buyers furnished by us.
Under' our system yon ?roduce
steadily from tha start. Un
usual opportunity for advance
ment to sales-managers posi
tion. Our own offices in Salem
snd Portland. See Mr. Gaskill.
AT ONCE. Parker Realty Co.
409 U. S. Nat l Bank Bid.
Com'l st Stste. - 15o23tf
FARM CONFERENCE ENDS
DISBANDED BY COOLIDGE
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8- (By
Associated Press.) Tbe presi
dent's agricultural conference has
been definitely dissolved. In mak
ing this announcement today, the
department of agriculture, said
President Coolidge had acted on
the recommendation of Robert D.
Carey of Wyoming, chairman of
the conference that no further ses
sions be called.
The conference was no longer
necessary he told the president be
cause most of its recommendations
had been put into effect and "a
satisfactory solution of farm prob
lems" appeared in prospect.
The recommendation of the con
ference, dealing with cooperative
marketing, which has not been
acted upon by congress, has been
taken up by Secretary Jardine
with leaders in the movement, and
they hav assurd him of tbir as
sistance iu efforts to improve con
ditions and in supporting legis
lation. Early in the summer President
Coolidge considered calling the
conference back into session this
fall to continue its study of farm
problems, but he abandoned the
idea after ascertaining Chairman
Carload of Trrutdale Supreme
celery shipped to Tampa, Fla., a
southern celery center. '
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AGENTS WANTED 17
CRYSTALLIZED fRTJIT EIGHTY
household necessities. It's easy to sell
every home. Yon make 100 profit.
Write for Free Starting Outfit. SAM
WJUTE, ilfgr.. Cincinnati. 17n8
AMAZIXG LARGE CASH COMMIS
sions introdneing ' beautiful 93.95 snd
94.9$ Meat tire Made guaranteed shoes.
Actual samples furnished. Write for
yonr territory. STYLE ARCH. B6B7,
I NEED AX AGEXT TO SELL MT
Candies, Chocolate Bars, Mints and
Gum. Large profits. Experience un
necessary. Free samples. " Write to
day. Milton Gordon, Cincinnati. 17n8
MEN! WOMEN) EARN GOOD MONEY
- -build your future establish your
self sell consumers. Prima rt
Stamped Embroidery Packsges and
children's wear. Write Heller-Martin
Fartoy, Two East 23rd street, New
WANTKL Employment 19
LADY WISHES TO KEEP HOUSE FOR
Widower. Good references. ' Call at
2278 N. Church. 19n8
FOR GARDEN PLOWING, BASEMENT
digging ana team work, pnoaa 19F3.
WOOL GO LP HOSE CHILDREN'S
sport hosa, kit to order. Hand k-nit-tiar.
Phone 1T78--X. " ItsSOtf
SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE OR
rent. Stiff's Used Furniture Store, op
posite Court House. 21a2T
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY 7ft
wording "For Rent," price 10 cent
each. Ststesmsn Business Office, oa
FOR RENT 5-R00M HOUSE, $28,
5-room house, $25.
7-room house, $45. .
New store buildinz lease. Gertrude 3,
M. Pare. 21n5tf
FOR RENT Apartments 23
Clo In, 445 Center.
2-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT.
Downstairs. 445 S. Winter. 23nl3
Phone 1951-W. 705 X.
APARTMENT 292 N.
FOR RENT ONE ROOM FURXISHED
apartment. 817. Mill St. Mrs. Furge
MODERN' FURXISHED ONE AXD TWO
roomed SDts.. Marion Ants. 010 Com 1,
FOR REXT CLOSE IX FIVE-ROOM
furnished apartment for adults. Ga
rs ee. T. S. Albert, 864 Mill. 23nl0
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
PRINTED CARD8. SIZE 14 a?Y
wording, "Rooms to Rent," P"f 10
eents each. Statesman Business Cilice
FOR RENT Rooms 23
FURNACE HEATED" ROOMS WITH
board, close in. 523 '. Cottsge. 25n8
ROOM FOR RENT IN MODERN HOMI
throe blocks bom state house. AO
conveniences. Gentleman pretern
riease give reference and address
B, care Statesman. 25J28U
FOR RENT ROOM SUITABLE FOB
students, with sleeping porch privileges
Everything modem. References are rs
auirod. Address room, care Statesman
FOR RENT Houses 27
FOR RENT 5-ROOM FURNISHED
house. Gertrude J. M. Page. 492 X
8-ROOM HOUSE WITH GARAGE,
paved street, $35.00 per month. Phone
us.:,! 4. z, ma -
FOR RENT 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
paved street, garsge. Telephone
FOR RENT FURXISHED 5-ROOM
house: 7-room house, well located. 9
room house snd large trsct land, $30
9-rootn house partly furnished, 2 ga
rases close in. $35. Furnished flat
private bath, garage, light, water, tele
phone, $30; 3 rooms unfurnished, light
water. $25 Room, private bath, down
town, .U5. Gertrude J. M. Page. 27n8tf
HOMES FOR REXT
$45 per month, fine modern six-room
home with extra fine grounds located
on rairmount UiM.
$22.50 pi-r monih renfs a five-room
home located at 458 M'lL St. Garage
$20 per month rents a sis-room home
located at 21H0 Chemeketa St.
Wi write FIRK INSURANCE
WTH. GKABEXHORST at CO.
275 State' St.
By Charles McManus
FOR RENT- Houses 27
HOUSE AND 4 FURNISHED ROOMS,
te.uu:. liu Broadway. .27alv"
FOR REXT "HOUSES
$30 7-room, 170 "X. 24th.
$30 5-room, 1044 S. Com'l St
80 5-fobra, 1740 X. 5th St.
$28 8-room. 898 K. Liberty St.
$25 7-room, 1883 Saginaw St.
$25 room. 563 S. 17th St.
$SS B room, 890 N. Liberty.
$3M6-room, 707 Union JSt.
$18 B room. 1895 8. ISTth St.
$15 5 rooms, 1595 X. Capitol St.
$10 5-room, 1365 Berry St.
$t0 Furnished 5-room, 1620 State St.
SEE CHILDS & BECHTEL
540 Htate Street 27Ntf
FOR RENT Farms 29
I HAVE SEVERAL IRRIGATED FARM I
lor rent. ' P. E. Thorns son, vurner,
Oto.. Phone SXI. $tlt
WANTED FLOUR USERS TO "BRIN0
their wheat to Pratum Flour Mill and
get ia exehange 40 lbs. of the best
flour.' Paved rosd to Prstum. Mill
running all tha tuna. Wa. B. UcCalh
WANTED Miscellaneous 39
WOODSY THE AUCTIONEER BUTI
used furniture for esth. Phone olL
FURNITURE PACKING FOR CHIT'
nents. Otese-Fowers rnrnitnre Co.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR USED
stoves, -tools, furniture. Stiff's Used
Oeaoa DrpW, opposite court house.
CASH PAID FOB) FALSE TEETH
dental go'd. platinum and discarded
jewelry. - Hoke Smelting and Refinery
Co., Otsego, Michigan. . 8542$
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOB
farm loans. Wa have several appUe
tions on hand. Hawkias A Roberta
Inc. 205 Oreroo Bid. 85dl4a
WHITE SEWING MACHINE. $3.00, 525
Judsoa, 38-w. 37nl0"
PRACTICALLY NEW PIANO FOR SALE
1971-R. 147 Union. 37nll
FOR SALE CHEAP FOX TERRIER
puppies. Call or address H. E. Han
ten, Rt. 2.- Gervsis. 37n8
FIVE COWS WILL FRESHEN THI4
monta, xor aate or traoa lor oeet stoea;
Inquire at the People's Market. Pkoi
B4. ' 87-o6
FORD SON, 2 PLOWS AND DISK FOl
sale. J. S. Uiatt. Kt. 1. 63F15.
ALFALFA, GRAIN. HAY,. TIMOTHY,
Oats, Barley: and- iV heat, guaranteed
quality, prompt shipments. Prices up
on application. Richard Nyman, Walls
walla, ttasmngion. oo-
PIANO FOR SALE COST $580.00
Yours for $250 Less than half. Yes,
I'll throw in the $50 worth of rolls!
Surel it's a player, snd of the best
make BALDWIN. See ma st 2540
Lee St- near 25th. Jim Sovereign
XMAS GIFT 8: FASHIONED SILK LIN
eerie $1.50 to $2.75. Dresses $5.50.
Hosiery $1.25. Request . : illustrated
booklet. Agents wanted. Commission
at time- of aale. " Keystone Textile
Company, 501 Hp nice street, ' Reading,
Penna. . 87N8
SELL US YOUR USED FURNITURE.
EL L. Stiff Furniture Co. Used Goodl
Dept. Opposite court house. 87m22ti
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS," TES
rente a bundle. Circulation department
Oregoa Statesman. - , S?tJ
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE 8" BY
50 receipt forms ia - book, 15 eents pet
book or two for 25 cents. Statesmsi
office,-215 South Commercial fit- Sa
lem. - 7f2tti
Treipsia Notice, aue 14x9 lnehaa
printed on goad 10-ounee caovsts bear
ing the words, "Notice Is Hereby Giv
en That Trespassing is Strictly Forbid
den On These Premises Under Penalti
of Prasecntioa." Price I5e each or
tor 25. ' Statesman Pah. Oo, Salem.
FOR SALE Live Stock 39
TWO GOOD COWS. ONE FRESH, OXE
soon. . Also some youngs pigs. 3rd
houte east of Turuor on pavement.
. . 39nll
42 HEAD SHROPSHIRE EWES 1 TO 4
years old. Robert Colfin, Aumsrille,
FRED W. LAXGE. VETERINARIAN
Office 429 8. Commercial, fhone 1198.
Res. Phone 1685. 89m28tf
$1,000 to $5,000 YEARLY FROM CHIN
. chills, French Hirer. Havana, and oth
er genuine imported fur rabbits. Quick,
easy profits: Guaranteed market plan
Big illustrated book. "FUR RABBIT
FARMING" and full particulars free
GOLDEN-' WEST FUR . FARMS, Box
i-n, Arrania.-i aw. -
WOOD FOR SALE 43
4-FOOT GREEN SLAB, $3.90 PER CORD
lo in, dry mm, -a4.ao per load, dry
Hr and oak. Phone 187a-W.: 43nytf
WOOD OF ALL ' KINDS FOR SALE
John H. Sott Phone 254 or 622: .
". ' "" : : . 43a23
FOR WOOD SAWING PHONE 1091.
16-INCH SI-ABWOOD PER LOAD $2.75,
lo-inca snd nr per load. $3.75; IS
inch old Jir per load, $4.30. 4 Prompt
delivery. Tel. 2313; res. 1637. 43n8tf
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft, and 16 inch, .
. Dry mill wood.
'Green mill wood.
Dry second rrowth : fir.
Dry 4-ft. ash, and osk.
: FRED E. WELLS, 'r
Frompt 'delivery and reaisnabla pri-a,
880 South Church, Phoae 1640. 6tf
18-INCH OLD FIRM-SECOND GROWTH
osk aad ata. Fhone 18 r3. M. i: May
GOOD COAIr-DRY WOOD
H1LLMAN FUETj O X
TELEPHONE 1855. 4Sj29l
poui,TRY And eggs Us
CHOICE BARRED ROCK rOCKERF.Ds.
O. A. C. t train. Mrs, A. W. Stryker.
. i(t. . Box -B. 43nl0
tOO .WHITE LEOHORX PULLETS.
months old. a 1.25 each Call 1365-J
"-. " " ' '" ' 4n6tf
NOW OPEN FOB DUlSIXEaS. - ELKC
triv arpliaaresi .amps and supplies
iiuit'omo : electric torje. .- ? r 5loa
t'UllM'jDKB ' CPHOl.BTKRISG ANt
repairing, ttteae-Powars FWmitnri
Store . - 6 1 1204
W. R. Hf-AGKOVE FURNACE AN1
M all aaop a(to to 68t Mi(
' ":-!. - Siena
SoLE FUEL AX I TRAXSFER CO.
1W Trsde St.- -
Weo-I.- Coal. .Brrnueta and Traasfer
Fr s right. Service the best. Ps
'. 10 an b.W. KisHt pkoae l0fl
LOST AND FOUND - 53
LOST BOBTOX TERRIER BULLDOG.
LOST AND FOUND 33
LOST BETWEEN MT. ANGEL AXD
: Silverton, a .82x6 tire and rim. Call
' Eastmsn Bros.. Stlvertoa or Bonesteele
Motor Co., Salem. 53aS
LOST BROWN UNDERARM : PURSE
Friday afternoon, probably between
McaUnley school and South Commer
cial. Finder leave at .Statesman of
fie. Reward. 53n
CHARMING YOt'NO LADY, " WORTH
$50,000, will marry. .Club, B-1022.
Wiehiia. Kansas. 55X8
"It-Is-Wonderful." Free informstioa
Address Hiss Co, Portland, Oregoa.
MARRY IF LONELY: JOIN "THE
Successful Correspondence Club." Re
liable, descriptions free. Bos 556,
Oakland, California. -65X
MOXEV TO LOAN " 57
MONEY TO LOAN 5Vi. F. L. WOOD.
841 Htste. : : 57o21U
CITY BClLDfNG AND RESIDENCE
loans repayable like rent. Prompt -service.
A. C. BOHRX8TEDT
Realtor, Loans snd Insurance
147 Xo. Commercial St., Salem- Ore.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Long time, low -rate interest, easy
payment. Investigate our toaa plan.
, PERRIXE as MARSTER3
212 Commercial Club Blur.
REAL ESTATE LOANS t YESt QUICK
Service. Money always. 204 Orege
Bldg. Phone 141. - 67o23ti
MONEY TO LOAN ' 57
ABUNDANCE OF FUNDS TO LOAN ON
improved Willamette valley farms a!
low rate and on long time.
A. C. BOHRXSTEDT, Realtor
Loans and Insurance '
147 N. Com'l. St.. galena. Ore. 7o25ti
THE OCCIDENTAL LIFE YXSURANOS
Company will make immediate loans oa
farms ia Oregon. Reasonable interest,
no cost eieept small appraisal fee. If
interested write immtdietely to I. C.
Cunningham, 409 N. W.-Bank Bldf
Portland, Oregon; - Home Office - Rep
resentative here all next week. 57slltf
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY RESI
dencee, repayable like rent. Fundi
available for residence building loans.
A. C BOHRXSTEDT, Realtor
Loans snd Insurance.
147 N. Com'l. t., Salem. Ore. 57e25tf
$1000.00 PRIVATE MONEY WANTED
for first mortgage, 3 or 5-year loen on
252 aeres goo 14 na i high stste of
cultivation, will psy 8 for prompt
losn. Inquire st 216 Masonic Tem
ple, Salem Phone 618. 59n8
WANTED PRIVATE. MONEY TO LOAN
on good real estate security.
W, H. GRABENHORST & CO.
275 Stste Street. 59o31tf
BTJSESTESS OPPORTUNITIES 91
MAKE AN-OFFER ON PAYED COR-
ner, 50x100 at S. E. Corner of Marion
snd 23rd Streets. Becke k Hendricks,
Heilig Bldg.. 169 X. High. 01n8tf
MUST SELL APARTMENT HOUSE
On account of illness; has 4 spsrt
ments, each private bsth. No vscsat
spartment. Well located. Price very
low $0000. This it i real money
maker. See thilds Beehtei. 540
Ststo Street. - - tilN8tt
INVESTMENTS FIRST MORTGAGES
Rested Houses 2nd Mortgages- and
Contracts. Becke A Hendricss. Heilig
Paying restaurant in down town dis
trict. . No information givea over
phone. Call if i a teres ted. See Childa
A Bechtel or Mra. Ellis at 540 State
CITY BLOCK CHEAP 12 LOTS. GOOD
garden, $1200, terma. Berke ft. Hen
dricks, Heilig Bldg., 189 N. High. -
4-ROOM HOUSE WITH HALF BLOCK
close in. Frice $2500. Take good
car. 1450 Tile Road. - 63a 8
APT. HOUSE. CLOSE IN, INCOME
property, $15,000. '
Apt. hoaxe location, has great future,
3 flat cor. house furnished, doublo
Attractive cor. on 5th street, $3000,
$230 down. ' '
5-room houe. basement, paveineat,
$3100, $250 down.
'Attractive bungalow, basement, fire
place. $350 down. ' . "
Trade new bungalow, well furnished,
six rooms for smaller place in Salem.
Trade income property for small farm
near McMinoviUe. -Trade
Income property close in for
house aad lot.
Buy attractive cor. lot now. There are
only a few left. Wc haT sen-re 1 to
choose from. '
GERTRUDE J. M. PA'.E
49J . CotUre. 63n8tf
MUST SELL HOME
At 1695 8. 12th street; pood 6-reom
plastered hottss; electric lights, bath,
with two fict large lots: paved street,
on car line"; listed st $2300. Owner
away. Writ us to get sn offer. Go
out today, ".ook it over; immediate
possession. If it's a home, see Childs
& Bechtel, 540 Stste Street. 63X8tf
HOME8 OF VALUE AND MERIT
$ 050 Buys s two "room boose snd
lot Vested st 2 IT? 8. Cot
tage street, electric lights.
$100 down, balance $25 per
month,' interest per cent. -
$ 850 Buys t- acre. Isrje eue room
house, eity water, located on
Market atreet, st 6 per cent
$1850 Buys 4 room bouse, with base
ment, paved street. In good re
pair, located three blocks aauta
of Stste St. Terms to suit.
$1700 Buys t-roora home located south
12th SU. large lot, east front,
pavement paid. A good - buy.
Terms. , , .
$2000 Buy 5-room home located on
paved street, east front, bath,
toilet, lights, $300 de-ra, balaace
easy rms. ;
$2875 Buys new 4 room bunralow Just
being completed, bath, toilet,
lights, fireplace, brrakfsst noek.
paved street. Here is a reJ
hone priced right, $500 will
handle this property ?
$3750 Buys 4 room bungslow, full ce
ment hasement, fruit room, fnr
nace hiti fireplace. A rral liowa,
let u-i show you. $750 dowB.
t3800 Buys 8-room bon-, lot 5-4 . JT
. basrin. nt. furasee, . iorsted Jjn
pared street, good location, $0
down will hendle this property.
Here i a real buy. 4
$3750 Buys a coed "-room home locat
ed north Salem, targe lot. bear
ing frait. A ffood buy. H
eff Capitol street.; $700 do".
$6100 Buys a new 5-room itucco, oun-a-slow
located oa P"?ved street,
basement, fomar.r. -fireplaee
$6500 Buys 7 room wodeta boogalow
locste-1 oa ". 5th street, corner
lot, furnace. : fireplace. Let -oa
show yea thia home, term.
$8100 New up to date five-room stucco)
home located ea the corner rot
Winter snd Msrket Sta.?; Im
mediate possession. Term.
Wo writ FIRE INSURANCE ..7;
V. HORABENHORST - , -
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