a1 " -v--.i3 ..; irt.--,v t. ----- .' . " r c :, . 3t- THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1925 v.. "Gifts F6r The Home" Is One Of The Helpful Headings In The ; . - bhop-o-scope I -.-.-. . For Him REOORIf We faa v all f th best Victor and Branswiek record; Coma in now and (elect yon re record make wonderful, Christina gift, . H. Ltr45tiff Fsrniture Co. ; ' .:' DON'T PUZZLE year head or lira your feet looking for that Christmas present for her." . Let th Shop--eop show it to you in fear minutes' time. - ' - - -" ELECTRIC CHILLS - Broth V Wta. steams, fries or toasts, handsomely fin ihd ia polished nickel plate. Mads by Universal people. heat switch. '- 'An Weal Christmas gift, H. L.- Stiff Furni ture Co. , - -. ' - " CHRISTMAS IS the time of goo eheer "t yourself ia th proper frame of mind by doing your holiday shopping , the 8hop-o-eop wsyv -V ji-f . p......; LUGGAGE Steamer tnmks, wardroba trunks, suit esses and handbags. A Jerg ttoek for you to select froau.H. L. Stiff Furniture C. ' . .i ' . i '- THE PEOPLE ' who get fist feet sad flat wallets" durint the holiday shopping Mason ar the one who, never thought of using Uie rUiop-o-iuope i ' FAT STOCKIKOS vilaont (hln pockst books t 4, That's eaaydo year Christmas baying through the 8hop-o-scope. ' . GIVE WISELY je ! well gire a tlioaght to the 8hop-o-seopo before you r' say Chriatma presentel. Moroni-Olson Players in "The Ship" ""'!V: To Perform Ih Saem On December 9 Drama of ship buiftem, itnrcly. and Btrong; expected to' equal suc cess ot PygmaHoa" presented, recently. "The Ship," by St. John Errine, ' Is the next powerful drama to -be staged in Salem by the Moronl , cJIson players whose PygmaIion" created snch a tremendous burst of approbation. The Moroni-Olson players are being , brought to Salem periodic ally Dy a permanent committee that Is pledged to gire to Salem only the yery best and truest Fruit trees are ready for our customers. Now is the" time to plant your fruit trees to get the Best Results. . Our new location is just opposite the postoffice on State . Street., i THE MATHIS NURSERY : ' ' phone 10F4 Evenings -A- WW- 1 III 1:1 1 - JFC rar . ft' DOROTItt DARNET SO OUD VAOWtVfeAC. if r .Ap$ , .e. a, - - iM-rwt. vf - f . -4 LlT CO AND i i - . M Hi ff . l.wuAT'Pn' YRAOE ' MARK CLASSIFIED SECTION For Ht r- - PERFUMES Wo hare a stock of high grade, perfamea. for Christmas Selection, Tyter'a Drag Store.-157 8.Commereia.- , KEEP THE WBDfKLES awy from both yor" forehead and nrour purse thie 'year do yoar Caristatas' aboppiag through the Shop-o-eeope. . . k , QIFTJl-rou wiU find any articles suitable (or Christmas gift in oar Oiftry. Ffcwer rates; bowts, 'console seta, elee trie laarpd: 'hook-eads -sad msay others. H. L. Stiff Fnrnitura Co. . ' CANDY rsnty Christatas Boxed Candies.,- Also large Tsriety of bulk eaadies. i i if i' i ... , i . . , -. L C1IBI8THAS WILL, look U.r . pHceted wbeit yoa look it it through the Helpfal HiTop-O-acepe.. - i THE OlFT" withouf the glrer is bare, they ssy, Aad of wn the giwis bars of gifts ntil Its rewembers to consult the Shop-o-icope. -- - i . a-PZBPLEXE fiUOPPEKS who don't know wbioh way so torn can't do better than-to turn to- the Shop-o-seopel If AIT AO Permit the Maytag itself to prove its unequalled helpfulness by wh inif'with 'It. Thebtt' it doesn't SELl, ITSELF, don't keep it. We will giadly bring a Mayuj ught-to your home. The Maytag Ehop, 169 South High Street. Telephone 22 1&. , 4 . . .. . works of great dramatists' and lecturers. .The committee, con sists' of club women, teachers, business men, college professors, a nationally known writer - and one or two more who are intense ly interested in presenting to Salem . the " best that can be pro cured and placed upon the stage and platform. The committee is not interested IKS XT AtiOJtrtEprtESpOSLWrt BECKE HENDRICKS Inmraiife of All Kinds Telephone 161 VCUhAv,TWriil' -a.. J - '. . 7 k ' 'f iV s m oivxx, v MCnc OCEMi -s'ilJfAfi. VEAU' . mi ham LJL. For Home- FTJBNITl'BE Any piece of furniture makes an ideal Christmas gift. Come in and shop aroond. We'll be glad to aaatat yo. II. L. Stiff Furniture Co. THE SHOP-O SCOPE Is" the grestest Christmas discovery ainee Ssnta Class tooail , . . - , MAGAZINE StJBSCRIPTIONS Giving yearly ' marazrne r ubacrrpttone as - Christmas gift .has . grown in popular ity because it so easily snd astiefsc torily settles the .qnestioa of -what to Eire. , We handle all recognized pub- ncs tions. ins Ace, Maionic Temple. 'TWAS THE NIGHT before Christmas December 24th, to be exact and every stocking -in the houke was bulging with splendid gifts selected , through tbs boop-o-teope 1 ... YOU'RE EMHT1 There's gbtolutery no substitute for the Ehop-o-scope theie onsy ouymg asys. it s. read by all wie shoppers. . . . PHONOGRAPHS mske idesl Christmas gifts. We have many model Victrolas and Branswicks at reduced -prices. Get one for the family .and have the music you want the year around. II. L. Stiff Fttm iture Co. ' WRITING PAPER Linen Finish : ia the- daintiest colors. An ideal Christmas gift. Boxes as low as 50 cents. Tyler's Drug Store. 157 S. Commercial. in the usual stock company or the usual cbautauqua-type lec turer. Such organizations and persons .are all too frequently mediocre. The Moroni-Olson players are emphatically anything but mediocre. They present the same drama for months and at many cities and towns on the Pacific coast. They are primarily artists, con cerned with, their work, as such. That ia "why the; permanent com mittee has chosen them to give two or three carefully selected plays here. The next play, to be shown on the evening, of December the 9th, St. John Ervinea "The Ship," is a thing that will stir minds and cause chuckles to arise with in the driest throat. The story is concerned - with the Thurlow fam- WHY CQUQH? When Schaefer's ' Herbal Cough Cure Will Break It Up Try a Bottle It's the best and most economical Cough rem edy made QCHAEFER'CJ M DRUG STORE The Yellow Front Phone 197 133 North Commercial Street The Penslar Store Vfrt. AT2. PVAWMtWlf. TTrt&. t-m I sA WW." m -r,.-. tf. --TAMES VCV322ki rV BUT SWt VM w- Union Roster1 MEAT CUTTER'S ' UNION KO." 280 . Moat second and fourth Wednesday. President W. K. " llalbwn ; secretary, ' k ;. CAPITAL TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 210 President, O. F. Evans; secretary, M. D. Pilkentoo. Meet second Satur day, SrOO p. m. CARPENTER'S . UNIOS t NO. 1065 . Meeta Thurs. evemnr. Arthur Tuck. er, president; Wnv Pet tit, secretary. fc tiled mechanics furaisheo. Phone 179 Lodge Roster FRATERNAL ORDER OP EAGLES, meet every Wednesday. .Fraternity Hail, 8. M. Willett. Sec'y. Tel. 889-R. KNIGHTS OP P VTHIAS M EETS. AT rrsternai Hall every Tuesday-evening. Visitors invited. Fred Denham , "C. C ; Waher Lenon, K. of R.V S. . tf ilr; great- shipbuilders, wealthy. strong. There is the age old con flict between father and son,- be tween the old and the new, be tween youth and. age. But the most . tremendous thing about "The Ship," is the theme. It will make you think. It suggests this idea, this thought. "This . is a mechanical age., - Machines are taking the place of human hands, human minds every day. New machines The element of the in dividual, of the man himself is being elmininated." From .. being the slave of the. human race ma chinery Is slowly becoming the master." Have you ever thought of that? Emerson said, "The harm ef the improved machinery may com pensate Its good." In the play one of the characters observes, ''I don t think machines matter much. Jack. It's people who mat ter" Do they? Think it over Hasn't the advance; of mechanics in many fields made-man himself pretty well dispensable. Isn't there a danger of the general viewpoint lifting, machinery in point of importance above human beings. This is a problem you may never have thought of be fore. But it's got to be faced sooner or later. A solution must be. found, a solution for each in dividual. St. John Ervine shows you the. problem, shows yo-u a way out. "The Ship" is civilization, his tory and love, perhaps you have asked yourself in certain dark hours: "hat am I doing in this world What's the good of me? What's God got to do with me? What am I here for?" "The Ship" will give you answers. You may not like them, may not agree with them, but they'll interest. you just the same. : t 'The Ship" will make you laugh. You'll find tremendous inspiration and. pleasure In" the love story alone. And if you're one of those people genuinely in terested in the bigger things in life. In ideals, you'll find in "The Snip" something that will bring clearly before your eyes the mighty background of . life against which we all work, live and love. The committee sponsoring thi3 play is composed of Mrs. George Alden, Miss Mabel Robertson, Paul Wallace, Miss . Ethel McGil- -christ, Professor II. Williston, Carol S. Dibble, Albert Richard Wetjen, Professor Rahskopf, ro- fessor E. T. Brown and rofes- sor M. E. eck. And this commit mends "The Ship." They consld tee heartily endorses and recom-i er both the play and the actors eminently satisfactory from every standpoint, ou may rely absolute ly on their Judgment. Remember! December the 9th, at the Heilig. Tickets on sale now at the theatre box office ors from any member of the committee. WHAT GOOD : . DO TOO UJKE L. " - - - "" 1 6 o kCP A 1 i7ci ( -Wt MA.V ttO. -WKr; ' : jgmjMPXVJ 1 ; i 1 r Vgaaaawpaasl m f.- S : a ! tie yrM9ff 1 JLtt Oregon &stttfnisn Published every morninr ( except Ifoa. day) at Salem, the capital of Oregon. 1 Local Rates For Classified Advertising i - t Dally or Sunday One time - L. S cents per word Three time ' . 5 cents per word Six times - 8 cents per word 1 do, daily and Sua. 20 cents per word In order to earn the more than one time rate, advertiaement mast run la eonseeutiva issues. No Ad. 'taken for less- than 25 eenti. Ads. rua Sunday ONLY charged at eae-time rata. Advertisements1 (except Personals and Situations Wanted) will be taken aver the telephone if the advertiser is a subscriber to phone. - Th Statesman will receive adver tisements at any time of the day or night.. To Uuure proper classifica tions ads. should: be -in before 7 p. by. TELEPHONE 23 OR 58S i f-a a Ww-afuTV irrVilU -uaJXrTjajxrmjaJTJ-j-jTjxriJ Monejj to Loan On Real Estate T. K. FORD (Over Ladd. A Bush Bank) BEFORE YOU LEAVE YOUR HOME OR CAR HAVE IT Insured Properly PhoTf 181 Bectce' A Hendricks, Heilig Bide.. 189 N. High St. 4-28-tf AotomobUes 1 CUSTOM BUILT CAMP CARS OR YOU can build your own from our plans and specifications. Pacifie Vehicle Works, oox d. uoa Afflgelee. : ln'J9 SALEM AUTO WRECKING CO. Wheels, Tires, Rirua, Fenders Half Price and I-ess Parts for all cars, cash for old ran. 402 S. Church Phone 2159 ls3tf 8CHEELER AUTO WRECKING CO., will buy your old car. ..Highest rash price paid. 1085 N. Commercial Rt. Iil3tf - - i in , , Anto Jflepairing S GENERAL REPAIRING,- "TIRES AND inDea, accessories, gas ana oil. acif LEK LE BEN GOOD OARAGE. Phone 664. Miller and S. Commercial Sts. We specialise in reconditiouiiig motors. - - - 3atf Auto Tops SEE US FOR TOP AND PAINT WORK. O. J. Hull Auto Top and Paint Shop. Rear Fire Department. Cal6tf Help Wanted Male 11 RELIABLE MAN IN EVERY TOWN and city to distribute free samples. advertising matter, etc. No selling. experience unnecessary. Oat door work. Average pay $8 per day. Write quick ly for contract. Supervisor Colombo, 515 North Clark St., Chicago, Illinois. Iln29 MAX WANTED (City or Country) old established company will supply capital und start you in your own permanent business selling1 necessities people roust . buy every day. Experience unnecessary, Write McCounon ft Co, Factory 296; Winona, Minn. I!n29 Help Wanted Female 13 ADDRESSING ENVELOPES Experience unnecessary, earn IU to $45 weejely during spare time at home. Dignified work for honest, sincere persons. Frsnklya Products, 1032 VanBuren, Chicago. ! 13n29 Salesmen. 15 i'PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP PP pp pp PP WANTED SALESMAN WITH CAR PP PP PP pp pp pp pp pp pp pp pp pp pp pp We furnish all the prospects yon can handle. Another high grada salesman needed at once. To qualify yoa must have sell ing experience in some line. See Mr. Qafkill, salesmanager. PARKER REALTY COMPANY 409 U. a Bank Bldg. PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP - wiDBirixiH nva ievj - r r ppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp ppppppppppppppppppppppppppppp Agents Wanted 17 AMAZING LARGE CASH COMMI8- ion introducing beautiful $3.95 and $4.95 measure made guaranteed shoes. Actual samples. . furnished. . Write for yotrf ' territory.. Style Arch 663 Cin cinnati. - v - - TTn29 Say It With a ClassinedAd oon'T A. 1 a . ' - i ' WeuUed-Eniploymenf 10 EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER Wants nmrilinn . C)al. - f - l-9n2a YOCNO MAN, AGE 23, HIGH SCHOOL graduate wishes, work of any kind. Would work at night if necessary. Good reference. Care Box 3555 Statesman. .. - . - 19d2 WANT A JOB WITH TEAM. " PLOW- iDg or anything. 19S0 N. Front. - , 19dl WANTED TO PLOW. CALL ADDINO Motor Co. Silverton. - 19d4 CAPABLE WOMAN WANTS POSITION as house keeper fine cook.. Hi 3636 .... Ufa t..m. mn?U WAXTED TO CA&E FOR INFANT OR child under school age. 1685 Hall St J9dl FOR CABINET WORK. BU1LT-IN8. RE modeling, estimation free, call 791 S. 1 3th. in9 FOR GARDEN, PLOWING, BASEMENT digging and team work, phone 19F3. ... lDmlatf WOOL GOLF HOSE CHILDREN'S sport hose, knit to order. Hand knit ting. Phone 1778-J. 19a30tf For Rent 21 MODERN 5 ROOM HOUSE. AND OA rage, 1975. State St. Inquire 1983 State. 21d2 PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY 7". wording -f 'For Itent." price 10 cents each. Statesman Business Office, on ground floor. For Rent Apartments 23 HEATED APARTMENTS,' 1335 STATE, . , 23d4 APARTMENTS 1 10 DIVISION. 23n29 3-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT, (!39 tenter Street, call between 2 snd 4 p. m. 23n29 3-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT; downstairs. i.ight and water. fls, with garage. 412 N. 21st. 23dl MODERN UNFURNISHED APART -ment, ''-3 or 4 rooms. 193C N. Com'l. 23n29 FOR RENT 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED, modern apartment. Cloko in. 288 North Cottage. 23n29 FURNISHED 2 ROOM APARTMENT, close in, 45j S. Winter. 23d4 FOR RENT HOUSES FLATS ETC; 10 to 50. JBecke ft Hendricks. 189 N. High Street. Heilig Bldg. 23nl8tf CONVENIENT 5 ROOM FURNISHED apartment for adults. Uaroge, phone, light and water furnished. T. i. Albert 800 Mill. ' 23dl PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY 7", wording, "Rooms to Rent," price 10 cents each; Statesman Business Office, ground floor. For Kent Rooms 25 SPECIAL WINTER RATE BY WEEK en warm furnUhed housekeeping' or sleeping rooms. Phone 630. 2on29 FURNISHED ROOM IN MODERN HOME, close to htate House. Breakfast if de sired. 253 N. 13th. Phone 385-W. 25dl WELL FURNISHED LARGE ROOM AND kitchenette. Heated. 656 Center. Phone 128-W. 25d2 ROOM FOR RENT IN MODERN HOME three blocks from state boute. ' All .convenienses-.- Gentleman preferred. Please give references and aJdress A. BM care Statesman. 25j28tf TO VERY QUIET ADULTS. FIRST nwr n, rv.. room&, garage, e. 259' FOR RENT ROOM SUITABLE FOR students, with sleeping porch privileges. Everything' modern. References are T quired. Address room, care Statesman. 25J28tf FOR RENT HEATED FURNISHED room, with garage. Near Capitol. Gentlemen. Phone 445-M. 25nl9tf For Rent Houses 27 RURAL HOUSE. JUST OFF PAVE- ment. Phono 97F12. 27n2i FIVE ROOM HOUSE FIREPLACE. furnace, and pipes for gas. Close in. Phene 2044-W. 27nl5-tf FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED houses. Money to loan on city prop erty.. Brown and Johnson, 109, South Commercial. 27d2- FOR RENT TWO' HOUSES TWO flatea an upstairs $20 to $50. BECKE ft HENDRICKS 18D N. High St. Heilig Bldg. 27nl4t FINE SMALL HOME FOR LEASE OR aie. brand new 4-rooin. wired for electric ranee. Hardwood floors, 'firm ace, etc. fries or $36 Tent.. Becke Hendricks, 189 N. High Street. Heilig Bldg. S7stl8tf By Charles McManua KHOVv . 1 , 1 I r. 1 N I 1 I IT 'ncr ! - . Statesffiae X .For Rent Tlooses V 27 FOR RENT SOMETHING- GOOD. Three modern homes at $35.7 AR have furnaces. Also large 6-room st $50 and two smaller homes at $25 and' $10. Becke U Hendricks, 189 N. High. Heilig Bldg. - 87n20tf , :jr;Reiitiiarins 2 I HAVE SEVERAL IRRIGATED FARMS for rent; P. E. ' Thomason, Turner, Ore.. Phone 6XX'; "' . ' 891 Wauited MisceUaneoos 85 WANTED A-l FEED AND CARE FOR registered Jerseyt- on slisres. Box 3679. ' . 35n29 WOODRY THE AUCTIONEER BUYS used furniture for cash. Phone' 511. - - .. ' SSatf WANTED GODEY'S XADY'S BOOK and old fashioned, round glass paper . weight. Give description and price, Mrs. C. TI. Graves, 1408 East 63rd fit, Seattle, Wn. , - 35n29 FURNITURE PACKING FOR SHIP ments.' Giase-Power Furniture Co. 3Ss20tf HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR USED stoves, tools, furniture, -Stiff's Used Goods Dept., opposite court, house. " . 35m22tf CASH PAID FOR' FALSE TEETH dental gold, platinum and discarded - jewelry. Hoke Smelting and. Refinery Co., Otsego, "Michigan. . - S5J28 SELL US YOUR USED FURXITURE H. L. Stiff Furniture Co. Used Goods . Dept., opposite court boose. 35m22tf WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOB farm loans. We have several applica tions on -hand. Hawkins A Rnberts Inc.. 205 Oregon Bldg. S5dl4tf For Sale " 37 2 INCUBATORS. 200 EGO CAPACITY .1 scale, $b.00- earn if tsken-it once. Mrs. .Hayes, 30 N. Front. 37dl AI-PALPA, ORAIN. HAY. TIMOTHY, Oats, Barley and Wheat, guaranteed quality, prompt delivery. Prices open application. Richard Nymsn, Walla Walla. Wa&h. 37dl HIGH GRADE PLAYER PIANO Left with usv Big sacrifice for imme diate sale. See this snap at. once. Tallinan Piano Store. 395 8. 12th. 37u29 FORDSON, 3 PLOWS AND DISK FOB kale. J. 8. Histt, Kt, 1, 63F15. . 37o3tl GAS STATIONS! MAKE YOUR . OWN gaholino "dope." Formula of popular prepartation $1.00. Refill cans, 300 profit. -"Roy Sight" Box 574, Loa Angeles. J7n29 FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. TEa cents a nnnuie. circulation department Oregon Statesman. . 87tf RECEIPT; BOOKS SIZE 3" BY 8", 50 receipt forms to book, 15 cents per book or wo for 25 cents. Statesman office, 215 South Commercial St, Sa lem. . 37f25tf CLOSING OUT Our used pianos at $50.00,- $75.00, $100.00 and $125.00. See these at once aa they will not last long at these price.- Tallmao Piano Store,- 895 S. 12th. - 87n29 PLUSH COAT, 60 QUARTS FRUIT AND garoe - tools. . 1809 : Ferry. Phone 699-J. 8729 TRESPASS NOTICES'. SIZE 14x9 INS, printed on good 10-ounoe canvass; bear - mg the Words, "Notice Is Hereby Given That TrespassTng is Strictly Forbidden On These - Premises Under Penalty of Prosecution." Pfice 15e each or 2 for 25c. Statesman Pub. Co., Sslem, Oregon. - 87ati WILL SELL EVERY NEW i Upright, graad ind pUyer pitno la our stock at practieally dealer's cost, lor quick: sate this week. Terms if de sired. Tallman Piano Store, 395 S 12h, , - - 37n2f Fop Sale Livestock - 30 i'OW FOR HALE S-VFAR.or.n vn comes iresn. January - 16. Cover top - ouggy, narness ana pony. usll at Rural Ave, 2 blocks west of ball park on izia &i. - , 39n29 I'RED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN unice 4zu s. commercial. Phone 1198 Kes.- Phone 166; - 39m23 Wood For Sole 43 COAL ALL THE BETTER KINDS HILLMAX FUEL CO. PHONE 1855 . - . , 43n2ie 4-FOOT GREEN SLAB, $3.90 PER CORI io-in, ory tnui, $4.so per wad, dry fir nd oak. . Phone 1879-W. .- 43n&tf COMPLETB FTJM SERVICE! TELEPHONE 1855 BILLMAM FUEL COM PAX t . 43n21tt SALEM FUEL 4s TRANSFER, 752 Trade Street, Wood-Coal,' Briquets, Transfer and Moving. Phone 629. 43n20tf WOOD. DRY, SAWED ANY LENGTH HILLMAN FUEL Oa PHONE 1855 . -- , 4321tf BRIQUETS -THAT LEAVE. NOASHEa , HILLMAN FUEL CO. . ' 1 :-'.-'' 43n2Itf 16-INCH SLABWOOD PER LOAD, $2.6, 16-inch 2nd fiv per load,' $3.75; 16 inch iild Xfr per load. $4.50. Prompt delivVy. TeC 2313. Tracy Fuel Yard, . 1067 P Street. . 43n22U WOOD SAWING. PROMPT AND '. CAREFULLY. -HILLMAN FUEL CO. " ' '43n21tf BEST GRADE OF WOOD 4 ft. and 16 inch. Dry mill wood -Green mill wood. Dry second growth fir. i . Dry 4-f t. ash,- and k. Prompt delivery and reasonsbl prices, 280 Sooth Church.. Pbon 542.43flBtf 16-INCH OLD FIR SECOND GROWTH oak and ash. Phoa A9F3. X. JU May field. 43fl8tf GOOD COAL--DRY"WOOD PROMPT , DELIVERIES. HILLMAN FUEL O O. - TELEPHONE 1855. 43j29tf Miscellaneous 51 FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING AND repairing. Qiese-Powers Farniturt Store. . -f -. j - .4 v. ;' 61s20tf H, B. SEAGROVE FURNACE AN1 sneet meti stop moved to 681 Mil ov. -.- i . filaRH SALEM FUEL AND TRANSFER CO w ' ; 752 Trad St. Wood, CoaL Briquets and Transfer. Trices riehC Service the best. Daj phones, 13 and 529, Nsght phone 1606 Call-on. - ; . 5ia2tf Lost and Found 63 - LOST GERMAS --POLICE DOO.- RE wsrd for recovery. Phone 1942-?. - 2 - S3n29 LOST SIGMA XU FRATERNITY - PIN. please return to Hamilton's Furniture fetor. - 58dl Personal 65 - HIZZ TREATMENT , " FOB APPENDICITIS' ! Is-Wonderful." xFree- infennatiot Address Hixa Co, Portland. Oregon. - ; 5al-l25 MARRY IF LONELY rJOIN ."THE SUC eesiful Correspondence Clnb." Relia ble; descriptions free. Box 558, Oak land, Clifori." 5Sn29 ' ' - ' ' ) ' Personat r5 CHARMING YOUNG LADY WORTH $50,000 lonely, will marry. Eva. B 1023,. Wichita, Kansas. S0n29 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I am not responsible for sny bills made except those made by myself. J. li. Tamer. k 55dl Money Co Txtan 57 1 1200 to LOAN ON SALEM . bomu 3 to 5 yn. 'Becke Hen dricks, Heilig Bldg., 189 N. High St. 5n2atf CITY AND FARM LOANS t Lens time, low rate inter et, esry py mont. Investigate our loan plan. PERR1NE A MAR8TERS 212 Commercial Club Bldg. 57o29tf ABUNDANCE OF FUNDS TO LOAN ON improved ; Willamette - valley farm at lew rate and on long time. A 0. BOHRNSTEDT, Realtor . Loans and Insurance 147 N. Com'L St, Salem. Ore. 57o25tf MONET TO LOAN 5. F. L. WOOD, $41 State. . - 57o21U MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY ' Resi dences, -repayable like rent. Funds availsble for residence building loans. A. C. BOHRNSTEDT. Realtor. Loans snd Insurance 14T K. Com'l St., Salem. Ore. 57o25tf Wanted Loans 50 800 - WANTED 1. NEW HOME. Plenty security. Beck A Hendricks, 189 N. High, Street, Heilig Bldr. rfnlBtt WANTED PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAM on good real estate security. W. H. GRABENHORST CO. $75 State Street. SPeSltf Business Opportunltiesi 01 HAVE YOU BUSINESS PROPERTY Client will buy for cash desirable busi ness building or lot, up to $40,009.00. PRICED LOW. Becke Hendricks, 189 N. High Street. Heilig Bldg. 61nl8tf BRICK BUILDING CHEAP $22,000 takes dandy.' Bonded lease that will net 9. : Increasing value. Come now, not 1930. Beck ft Hendricks, Heilig Bldg, 189 N. High Street. ln22tf Real Kstate 63 OWN YOUR HOME LARGE LOT NORTH 50x192 S50 Close schools and ear. Two left. Beko ft Hendricks 189 5. High street, Heilig Bldg. - 63n28tf HAVE YOU $550 HERE'S EXCEL le'nt lot north 50x192. Close aehooU and car. In protected tract Laurel Park. Three left. Beck ft Hen dricks. Heilig Bldg., 189 X High tre.et ,. 63n22lf 6 ROOMS MODERN $2500 NlWn WE . can show you the beat house buy in Sslem in Its class. Suitable for 8 rooms, cement basement; garage, terms. . Becke ft Hendricks, Heifig Bldg, . 189 N, High Street, , , 3u22tf 2800-TERM8. SEE VACANT AT 1043 norwsy. 'osrage ana complete plumb ing. Becke ft Hendricks, 189 N. High street. Heilig Bldg. 63n28tf 5-R0OM BUNGALOW, NORTH SALEM. vvi, ju, u. oaiance easy pay ments. - Brown and Johnson, 109 South Commercial.' - ' 6342 FINE HOME 7 ROOMS $6500 w Brand new. Hardwood, etc, and all , uwucib sexures. isn aoxi5u lot; lO oiocas -o -state ana commercial Bts. Beady 'for you today. Becke ft Hen dricks, Heilig Bldg, 189 N. High St 63n22U VIEW COTTAGE NEW WITH FUR- nace, Iirepiace, hardwood, tc. Pric $3600. $500 down, balance EXACTLY Jiae rent. Mot . in. Beck ft Hen dricks, Heilig Bldg, 189 N. High 8t FOR SALE 8EVEN-ROOM BUNOALOW, basement, white enamel kitchen', paved street, close to ear line, $4000, er trad for iamaller house.- 'F. A,. Wood. 341 ' St st 8U a . t ! 1 63n29 $250' DOWN BALANCE LIKE RENT. Small plastered Cottage, 4 rooms. New and clean. ; Priced $1600. Immediate possession. Heck ft Hendricks, HeUig JJldg189 N, High Street. 8n8tf $1000F DOWN. TAKES - MODERN 6 , rooms.; Priced $60OO with the fea tures you.want. BecBe ft Hendricks, 189 N. High street, Heilig Bldg. . 63n28tf . SEE THIS HOME ... - Modern fl room bungalow ou 15tb tret neat State. For $4200-. 'Terms. Reals for $35 per month. ... Fo real eetate ttargams See Child a BeehteL, 540 Stat Street.- - i3a28tf FURNISHED HOUSE, SACRIFICE 6 rvumx piaaverea, oatn, etc, oa large east front lot north. Fully furnished. Priced $3000 for all. Becke ft Hn 1 89 N. High Street, - Hefflg Bldg.- -. . '- f - 63u20tf $3200 HOME NORTH-EAST SALEM. rin-piac ana garage. Term. Berks ft Hendricks. 189 N. High atreet, HiMg Bldg.. - : - ' : 63n28tf TWO LOTS $300 IF INTERESTED IN v-op ni sr nom ana garaen, chick en etc,- .the, - Sewer, Water, lights, etc - Clos school and car. ANY reasonable terms. Becke 'ft Hendricks, . 189 N. High street.- Mollis; Bldg. ' .' ', . .--V " 328tf MUST SELL- AT ONCE 4 ROOM HOME pavinr atroth. Prlc $2600. Parbi paid. Beeke ft -Hendricks, 50BT r l9 NORTH. fS50 LAUREL rs, xme to cor ana sofiool.- Terms. EXCELLENT GARDEN PROTECTED DISTRICT. v Z i BECKE ft HENDRICKS 189 X. High St. Heilig Bldg. 63nl4tf BUif good 7 room fcons, corner lot 75x162, very good location, ga- r" r'' bargain at $3000, teras, -. YOUR better of f en good 35-aer farm 5 miles north of Sslem, good im provements at $6000 at sy Unas than working by th day. - - ' ' ; . .. FARM property i going to boom, buy a aw-aer .tract with 85 acres good hop yard, in good condi tion, balance good farming land; house and good barn. Yon can't ;k mistake at $160 per aq. . - - -. - - -. -. . . AND if you want an income and - a job, buy 180 acre timber sad , ' wood land just at R. R. autien. 4 million feet of timber. Will more than pay for the land -at $50 per aer. ' . , . - ' 'CIT T- property fli Salem is good ln- vettment. -we bsva a fin seiee " , Vioo -at houses- at from $800 for - ". small house and X good lots,-to th cboiea modern- 7-aoom nw bungalow at $6506. HOME can be enjoyed much more if yen own it yourself. Four-room new - plastered bungalow and 3 lots kt . ' $1700, $200 down balance like 'rent.-' - " ,- , - NOW comes lie IGO-arr dairy raneb, - : "good larg baildings, 7 cows, youag stock, machinery, oa hifch wsy. Think of ft price $63QO, $1500 down, balane terms. - rLlUCH ft ROBERTS 123 N. 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