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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1,4925
Let the Slioptope Till Yea All You
For Him TV ' mFor Herr ? 7 I Horned
TOILET 8ETS la ellk liaod Kilt Mti,
wonderfully attractive- set for to 935.
Tyler's Drug Store. 157 S. Commercial.
DON'T PU2ZLK rwf Uo'liM
yoor- f t lookin g for that - GkartmM
present tor "her.' ' Let the. Shop-o-aeop
show it to you La few minute time. -
CHRISTMAS 13 the Ha of goo etee
get yourself ' In the proper . frame a(
mind by doing your holiday i happing
the Shop-o-eeopo way.
LpGQAGE Steamer trunks." wardrobe
trunks. (Kit aasaa ed kaadhags. A large
stock for yoa to leet from. H. I.. Stiff
Furnitnrs Co. ' v - - " .
THE PEOPLH who get- f1T fevt ami
flat wallets during the holiday shopping"
eeasoa are the onaa who never thought
of Mine; the Hhop-o-ecope.
FAT STOCKINGS withoai thin
hooktt That's easy 4 year Christmas
i buying through the ghop-o-seopa.
GIVE WISELY aire welt aire a
tnowgn to the BBop-o-scope neiara yoa
give. any Christmae presents t
. ..... i,... -t -
' THE GIFT without the giver ia ban,
they say.. And often the giver i bar of
rifts until he remember to coatnit the
hhp-o-eope. - .-w
Club Program :
Jie MacDowell elob chors trill
appfear In coacert for tb tint
time this Beason oA Saturday erea
lag," kssisted by Emilia Lancel,
mezeo-soprano. . AX. progf to f
C&ristmaa railc will &e given
Those ; who hare heard Ulat
Lancel sine are united In their
praise of her Toice artistry an!
personatltj. During ief riecent io
joura in Europe she had numer
ous, successful appearance, Includ
ing one-la London and one Parti
recital -of which the critic made
.. m I:..,.
Includes all coats of
originally at $84 to $145, go in this sale at . -
V ' $54.75 ":yt"'
m 1J A SC? OUO AtW v-
Sf AwfCCRB ROLL-CP- i. nw
teat mmti-. An Ue4 Tift for -the
Udio. Prieaa. front 5 MV). Tjler'a
Dray Store,-157 8. Commercial.
' KEEP THK WB1SKXE8 away from
both your forehead and your purae
thia year do your Ckriatotta. . aheppint
throofh the Sbop-o-tcopa.
GIFTRT Ton wilj find many. rti(sle
aoitabfa for Cbrietinac gifts in oer Oil try.
, Jtowa Ttu- bawia, colxaata aata. eloe
trie Ump. - booh-aada, aad amaay otbara.
1L L.. Stiff Fwnitor Co.
- PERTUUK ATOVIZEBa Imported;
tood qnaBty - rubberu bnlb. ' A. r'ft tba
wUI tria- appnwrirto. - 91.56. to J3.0O.
TyUc'a DrBft tora, X51 B. Oommamai.
CAXDT -raaey CbrUtmet Boxed Can
aa. AJa ius vaziot of bulk aaadioa.
Th Aea, Vaaonic Temple.
CHAISTMAB WIUU. look loae
pUaatod-wbn yoa look at it through
the Heipfal 8bop-oope.
VATTAO .Permit the Uaytaa iUelf to
prore ita nqnlli belpfnlnaaa by waab
lua wUb iu Then tf it doeaa't SELL
ITSELF, aoa't keep at. We will (ladly
bring a MayUr ripht t your home. The
Vaytar' Rbojv- 1 Sonth H1i Street
Tclephoae 2?K.. I-ajI, r-s. ; . ,
ATIDRF.Ti miNfTH. Phmifl 106
highly favorable , reports. The
London Daily Telegraph said "The
old Italian eoags showed that she
en tftalize such things Into some
thing" more than dry formula, an
achievement to which her well
controlled phrasing . contributed
not a little. ; : .
This recital will be giren at
Bene fit Bridge
Members of the Salem Woman's
club will b hostesses In the club
house on North Cottage street to
morrow afternoon at a. benefit
bridge iea. Playing will com
mence at two o'clock:, tea being
served promptly at four o'clock.,
Mrs. Homer Goulet Is general
chairman in charge of the party
and Mrs. George A. White will
assist- her.. .The committee .also
includes Mrs.,, John, 2 -Rand .Mrs,
C. H. Robertson, Mr. Frank
Myers, Mrs. Walter L. fiapulding,
Mrs. William Bell, Mrs- Curtis
Cross, Mrs. Ralph Cooley, Mrs. E.
E. Bragg, Mrs, P. A: "Elker, Mrs.
Rhea Lruper, Mrs.' E. E. ling. Mrs.
A. L. Wallace, Mrs. Roy Mills and
Mrs. Hal T. Patton. i
JUST A REMINDER
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
- AfVJ5 '
"Are Beine Soli at Greatly
All Dressei that former-;
ly sold upward from ?16
have been redttced.
All Dresses that sold be-"
low $16 reduced
if . . w . .ttjoaa
our hiriier cradfl Trrieed
1 i . A
Want To Know
FfTKMITCKS Any piaee oi taraitaro
makoa aa ideal Ckristmaa (if t. Coma ia
aad hop aroond. We'll ba flad to aasitt
yoa. H. L. Stiff Fnrnirare Co.
THE SHOP-O BCOPE is the croatoit
Cbristmaa - diacorery tiace Santa Claaa
MAQ1ZISS SCBSC&IFTION'S Glnag
yearly marazioo . aabacriptioaa. aa
Cariatmae sifts has srowa in popalar
ity baeaasv it ao essily-,aad aatisfae
torily aettlea the quaMion of what to
riro. We handle al) raeogaiiad pb
iications. The Aea, Masonic Tempi.
'TWAS THE SIOHT before Cbriktmaa
Drtcnmbrr X4Hv to bo exact aad every
stoekina ia the houto was. balinr with
splendid fifts selected through the
TOD'SE RIGHT I : Th era's abaolately
ao sobititute tor the Bbop-o-aeope these
btity buyinj dtyt. It's mi by all wit
PHOMK3AAPHS maka ideal Christasi
gifts, We hare many model Victrolss and
Bruniwicke at reduced prieoa. 'Get one
for the family bate the mnsic yoa
want the year around. H. JL. Stiff Punt
itore Co. - - ' -
The clubhouse will be decorated
entirely with Christmas noreltfes
and win be the first of the Christ
Special invitation is issued to
the ladies who do not play bridge
to come in at 4 o'clock. The time
between : four and live o'clock is
to be given over to social time and
everybody is weleome. Ladies
who are not club members are
welcome and urged to come.
It is to be a benefit bridge party,
and funds will go . for Improve
ments such as tinting and decor
ating the walls.
Giese-Powefs Furniture com
pany Is in charge of lighting. Mrs.
Homer Goulet and Mrs. .George
White compose the committee tor
general ' arrangements. ' .' Mrs.
Harry J. Wiedner, chairman 'dec
orating committee, Mrs. O. E.
Price and Mrs. Roy Burton assist
. The regular meeting which la
the last o! the year of the Marion
County Veterans association will
be' held at McCornaek hall Thurs
day, December : 3. Business .mat-
I a .
ten will occupy the morning1 be
ginning at 10: JO. Lancbeon will
be served at noon .by . the .Wom
en's Relief .Corps. .The afternqQn
will be given over to a program
Rev. Fred C Taylor of the Pirst
Methodist Episcopal church will be
the principal speaker of the aft
ernoon. Every patriotic order in the city
is requested to send representa
tives to this meeting. Members
of all wards are most cordially in
vited to attend.
The. Scandinavian church will
sponsor a chicken-pie dinner Fri
day evening, December 4, at the
church 16th and Mill street's, from
5 to 8 o'clock.
The Royal Neighbors Sewing
club will meet with Mrs, Margaret
Ackerman at 235 East Wilson
street, Wednesday. December 2.
There will be a potluckflnpch at
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars will
meet Wednesday afternoon. De
cember 4, at 2 o'clock at the home
of Mrs. George Lewis, 780 , North
The St. Paul Galld-; of the
Episcopal church will meet tt the
home of Mrs. Earl ' Deue, 212
Owens street. Wednesday - after-J
noon, December -2. Mrs. C. C.
Page will be the hostess. .The
ladies are requested to bring their
Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Shipley will
Intertain the Merry Go Roiwi xluh
in their home tomorrow-evening.
Christmas seals will be on sale
immediately at the Commercial
book store and at Patton'a book
store according to an announce
ment made this morning by Mrs.
John E. Brophy, in charge of the
sale for the Woman's club who are
sponsoring the Christmas seal sale
I SOCIAL CALENDAR 1
Bridge tea. Salem iC Woman's
club. Club house.
Bazaar. Ladies of the Central
Congregational 1 church. Ostrin
building, State and 1 9th street.. :
, Woman's Relief Corps Ladies'
Aid society. Fairgrounds.
, Writers' club. Mrs. Blanche M.
Jones, 606 S. Church street,-hostess.
Chadwick chapter of the East
ern Star. Election of officers end
"auction." 8 o'clock.
W. C. T. U. Hall. 2:30 o'clock,
i American Legion Auxiliary exe
cutive meeting. Chamber f Com
merce. ' 8 o'clock. '!
W. p. M. S. First Methodist
church.l Mrs. F. C. Taylor, 636"
State street, hostess. 2:30 o'clock.
A. A. U. W. . Literature class.
Professor E. C. Richards. 7:30-9
; Bazaar. Ladies of the Presby
terian church. Church parlor.
Noonday cafeteria lunch.
Royal Neighbors Sewing club.
Mrs. Margaret Ackerman, 235E.
Wilson street. . v .
, St. Panra guild of the Episco
pal church. Mrs. Earl Dane, 212
Owens street. .
Ladies auxiliary of the Veterans
of Forergn Wars. Mrs.' George
Lewis, 780 North Center street, ;
Professor N. B. Zane's art -class.
City library. .
Marion County Veterans asso
ciation all-day meeting. McCor
naek hall. v
. Miss Cornelia Marvin's class in
Psychology class. Salem Wom
an's club. Club "house.
SAL-E of RUQS
A big- showinjr of Wf Hon RuS-9xl2
Size, Regular ,$135, (discontinued pat
terns only) , :. .-
$95 WUtons 9x12 stit
- '472.50 . t
t8S Wiltons 9x12 stie .
' ' ;. $57.50;; :";. '
IIUO Axminstcf.ixlZ she '
. -:$42o50 - r ;
. $15 Axminster, Sxlsizc
; ; .". $39.00i:,.i .
ICS AT CTJTTIX'g tWIOir KO. 180
AC eet aeeoad aad fourth Wednesday.
President W. X. If alburn; secretary,
i Robert Pad a.
CvlPrTAli TtPOGBJLPHXClL TJKION KO.
.aie Presideat, O. T. Iraaaj aeeretary,
' U. D. Pi&entoa- Meets second Satax
day, SHW p. m.
CARPENTER' 8 USIOX KO. 106$
Meats . Than, evening. , Arthur Tack
er, preaideat: Wm. - Pattia, aeeretary.
Skilled marhaniea famished. Phone 179.
rBATIHN'AL ORDER OF KAOT.Efl. meet
t oTery Wednesday. Fraternity Ball, 8.
M. "Wmeta, See'y. 'Tel. S89-R.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEETS AT
Fraternal Hall every Tuesday evening.
i Visitors in Tiled. Fred Denham. C. C. ;
Walter Lenon, K. of R. 8. tf
in Salem this year. The sale
throughout the county la super
vised by the Marion county health
' Miss Janelle Vandevort, secre
tary of the Girl Reserves of Yaki
ma, Washington, spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Van
devort. . She motored back to
, Mr. and Mrs. Rex. A. Turner of
Seattle spent Thanksgiving in Sa
lem as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
William Moses. They returned to
Seattle Monda'y. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Boise of
Portiahd, were the guests recent
ly of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Boise.
Mrs. Frank Snedecor and Mrs.
Charles Gray visited friends in
Portland on Saturday.
; Mr. and Mrs. 2. J. Riggs spent
the week end in Portland.
I . Rev. and Mrs. H. Duncan Cham
bers were hosts at dinner in the
rectory of St. Paul's church on
Monday evening when they en
tertained vestry members and the
guest of honor, 'Archdeacon Black
of " Portland. In the evening rep
resentative "members of each soci
ety In the church who compose the
rector's council, met In the rectory
to make ; plan's for the canvass
which will be started on December
.6 among the church members.
; The sale of seals at the post of
fice wUl commence on December
seventh and the booths in stores
-and business offices will open the
sale a week later, December 14.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Adams and
son Gwynn, returned Saturday
'from a three day visit with Port
Bishop was the guest of
Ted Young of Albany, at a week
end house party at Agate Beach.
The group motored over on
.Thanksgiving day and remained
there until last night.
Members of Barbara Frietchie
sewing club will meet tomorrow.
J Included in the class initiated
at the ceremonial were Mrs.
Charles Pratt ' and Mrs. Charles
Miller of Salem.
"A gronp'bf Salem matrons who
are jnembers of Nydia temple
Daughters of -the Nile spent Sat
urday In Portland where they at
tended the ceremonial of Nydia
temple In the afternoon and the
banquet at the Multnomah hotel
In the evening which followed. In
the Sarem group' were Mrs. T. S.
"A number of heavy wool fibre rugs, val
ues to $35, your choke " y
- T - $19.85
m ; t. All good Wight colorings -
340 Court Street V
Published every morninr (except foa
as J ) as nsism, sno eapias or uiin.
' For Classified ;
Daily or Sunday'
One time 2 cents per word
Three time , 5 cents pec word
Six timet 8 cents per word
1 mo., daily and Sun. 20 cent! per word
la order to eara the mora than one
time rate, advertisement mast ram in
Ko AL ttken for lest than 25 cents.
Ads. run Sunday ONLY charred at
Advertisements (except Personals
and Situations Wanted) will be tsken
ver the telephone if the advertiser is
a subscriber to phase.
The Statesman wilt receive adver
tisements at any time of the day or
night. To in tare proper classifica
tion sds. should be in before 7 p. m.
TELEPHONE 23 OB 583
Money to Loan
On Beat Estate .
T. K. FORD
(OverXadd A Bash Bank)
BEFORE YOU LEAVE YOUR HOME
' OB- CAR HA YE It
Phone 181 Becke ft Hendricks, Heilig
Bldg., 189 N. High St. 4-28-tf
SALEM AUTO WKECKINO CO,
Wheels, Tires, Rims, Fenders
Half Price and Lets
Parts for all ears, cash for old ears.
402 S. Church Phoue 2159
8CHEELEB AUTO WRECKINO CO, wiU
bny your old car. Highest cash price
paid. 1085 N. Commercial St.. IjlStf
GENERAL- REPAIRING, TXSE8 AND
tubes, accessories, gae and oil. hfED-
liKR LEBENGOOD OARAGE. Phone
564. Killer and 8. Commercial Sts.
We. tpeoialise ia reconditioning motors.
Mesch, Mrs. George Crater, Mrs.
James Imlah. Mrs. George L.
Dunsford, Mrs. John Sweeney,
Mrs. Glen NHes, Mrs. Zadoc J.
Riggs and Mrs. John R. Sites.
Mr. and Mrs. J. George Elsen
hauer and daughter of Portland,
were the guests recently of Mrs.
Eisenhauer's parents, Mr. and
The fifth card party of the ser
ies will be given tomorrow eve
ning at the . St. Vincent's de Paul
On December 8 Nydia temple
will give a ball and card party in
the Odd Fellows temple in Port
land. Admission will be by card
The meeting of tne Thursday
club which was to be held this
week at Ellendale, the R. P. Boise
farm two miles west of Dallas,
with Mrs. Boise, Mrs. M. M. Chap
man and Mrs. William Brown, hos
tesses, has been postponed.
The next meeting of the Never
Fail card club will be held on
Friday at the home of Mrs. Henry
McDonald at 876 south Twelfth
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stevens of
Trocher, Alberta, Canada, are
guests at the home of their son
in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Boles. Before moving on
their Alberta ranch Mf. and Mrt.
Stevens made their home in Sa
lem. . They sold the ranch recently
and may return to Salem to make
$40 Axminster, 9x12 size
$37 Axminster, 9x12 size
'$42.50 Velvet, 9x12 size
$3 Tapestry 9x12 size
SEE US FO TOP. Al PAINT WORK.
O. J. Hall Anto Too and Paint Shop.
Rear Eire Department. - - - 5al6tf
COMPOSITOR WITH ALL AROUND EX
perienee. Apply- Westera Paper Con
es-if in jr co. vai
'ppppppppy? ppprf r
SALESMAN WITH CAB
We. furnish " all the prospects
yoa caa handle. .Another high,
rrade saleamaa needed at once.
PP To qualify yoa mntfc hare aell PP
. i - e
trc tag experience ia aoiaa line, oeo rr
PP Kr. Gaskill, aalesmanager. PP
PP PARKER REALTY COMPANY. PP
PP 40 U. 8. Bank Bide. PP
PP . . Commercial at State . - - PP
Wanted Employment 19
YOUNG MAN, AGE 23. HIGH SCHOOL
rradaate wiaaes work el any kiso
Would work at night if necessary. Good
reference. Care Box 3555 Statesman
WANT. A JOB WITH TEAM, PLOW-
ing or anytting. 1950 N. Front.
WANTED TO PLOW. CALL ADDING
Motor Co.' SBvertoa. . Id4
Wanted to care for infant or
child under school ago. 1685 Hall St.
FOR GARDEN" PLOWING, BASEMENT
digging and team work, phone 19F3.
.'"." . 10ml4tt
WOOL GOLF HOSE '. CHILDREN'S
sport hose, knit to order. Hand knit
ting. Phone 1778-J-- " I9a30tf
MODERN 3 ROOM HOUSE AND GA
rage. 1975 - State St. Inquire 1983
State. - ,21d2
PRINTED CARDS.- SIZE BY ?H",
wording "For Rant," price -10 coats
each. Statesman Business Office, oa
ground floor; - '
For RentApartments 23
HEATED APARTMENTS,-1335 STATE.
3 ROOM .FURNISHED APARTMENT:
downstairs. - Light, and water, SIS,
with garage. 412 JJ. 21st. 2Sdl
FURNISHED V2-ROOM APARTMENT,
close in.' 455 S. Winter.. 23d4
FOR RENT HOUSES FLATS ETC.
$10 to $50. Becke ft Hendricks, 189
N. High Street; Heilig Bldg. 23al8tf
CONVENIENT 5-II00M FURNISHED
apartment for adults. Garage, plume,
light and water furnished. T. G. Albert
860 Mill. .:. 23dl
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE J 4 BY 74",
wording, Kooms to Heat,- price 1U
cents each. Statesman Business Office,
.' For Rent Rooms . 25
SLEEPING OftM IS MODERN HOME.
Also garage. 340 X. Church. 25dl
FURNISHED ROOM EN MODERN HOME,
close to State House. Breakfast-if da
aired. 253 N. 13th. Phone 385-W.
WELL FURNISHED LARGE ROOM AND
kitchenette. - Heated. 456 Center.
Phono 128-W. ..r 2548
KOUM FVB KENT IN MODERN HOME L
tnreo . blocks front state nonsa. All
conveniences. Gentleman ; preferred.
Please give references and address A.
B., ears Statoasnaa. . 25J28tf
FOR RENT ROOM SUITABLE FOR
atadaats, with alaapiag poeeh privileges.
Evarytaioa modera. Raferoacea are re
quired. Address room, care Siateaman.
FOB "RENT HEATED FURNISHED
room, with - garage. ' . Wear - CapitoL
Gentlemen.- Phone 445-M. 25nl9tf
For Rent Honse - 27
FIVE ROOM HOUSE FIREPLACE,
furnace, and pipes for gas. Close in.
Phone 2044-W, , 37nl5-tf
RURAL HOUSE NEAR CITY LIMITS.
Phone 97F12. '.-.-.. .4.- 27d4
FURNISHED AND . UNFURNISHED
b oases. Money- to loss on city prop
erty. Brown and Johnson, 109,
South Commercial. S7d2
FOR RENT TWO HOUSES TWO
flates an upstairs $20 to $50,
BECKE A HENDRICKS s,
183 N, High St. Hailig Bldg. 27al4tf
FINE SMALL HOME FOR LEASE OR
saie. vrano. aaw ,4-room, wired -for
-eloetrie range, .Hardwood floors, furn
ace, etc Prieo asftOpor $36 rent..
Becke ft Hendricks, 189 N. High Street,
Hailif BM-.tf.-7 I 27nl8tf
FOR KENT SOMETHING ' GOOD.
Three modern homes at $35.. All have
farnacee. Also larfe 4-room at $50
and two-tmaMer nomet at $25 and 110.
Backs Hendricks. 189 NV High. Heilig
Bldg. - 27n20tf
For Rent Farms - 29
I HAVE SEVERAL IRRIGATED FARMS
tor rent. r. k, Thomason, Turner,
Ore.. Phnne XX. - - - 29sltf
Wanted Miscellaneous 83
WOODRY THE AUCTIONEER - BUYS
ased furniture for cash. , Phono 511.
FURNITURE PACKING FOR SHIP-
mentis . Giese-Fowar Funuture Co.
- . 83s20tf
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR USED
stoves, tools, furniture. Stiff's Used
Goods Dept., opposite court house.
- - -v; -.":Av..i..ia6ai2atf
GASH PAID FOR FALSE TEETH
dental gold, plaUnnnt" and -; discarded
jewelry. Hoke Smelting and Refinery
Co Otsego. Michigan. ' . S5j28
SELLrTJS YOUR USED FURNITURE
. otiii snmitnre ' Co. Used Goods
Depu., opposite eoart house. ; 85m22tf
WANTED PRIVATE MONET FOR
lam losns. Wt have, sovaral applica
tioos ' on hand. Hawkins) Boberti
Inc.. 205 Oregon Bldg. 85dl4tf
AT BARGAIN 1 1 in. Attrrtin mill aad
eicTawr legging r .l Magaaer 15 h. p.
motor. Bx, 8378 care Statesmaa.
- -.-' : -.-.., ''S';. -h. -.'--S7d3
- HIGH GRADE- PLAYER PIANO v
Ift with'aa. Riit ..rift,. . i
, .. .... , . - - .va .in it, t:-
niimin rnim btore, 395 s. 12th.
- .:-,;v-'.;. - . 87d4
2 INCUBATOItS, 20O EGG CAPACITY
' '. 9 0': ch if tskea at.ence.
- Mrs. Jlsje. 36 N. Front. . 37dl
. i CLOSING oJT , -
Otir urd pianos at $30.00, $73.00
$lQ.O0 ad$125j00. fi.- lhM. .
' njAv they will not fast long at these
1nr- . . Taltaiaa Piaao Store. 38, 8.
'- '--Hlt I." cri.r i-t-pfti
IT frWIiii aaa4 -and piayer oiano ia
our- stock at prsctk-ally df-alcr's rost,
for quick sale this week. Terms if a
sir.d. Tsllnrsn Piano Stor. 895 . "
AUALTA, CRAIN.. HAY. TIMOTHY
Oate. Barley and Wheat, guarantrci
-OjtiaKty, pronrpt delivery. Price- npi.-i
apptieation. -Richard. Nyman, " WV
Walla, Wash. ;;t,ji
FORDSON, i PLOW8 AND DISK i 03
sals. J. 8. Hiatt, Rt. 1, 63F15.
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. TES
. eeata m handle. Circulatioa department
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE 8" BY etm
60 receipt-forms ia book. 15 cents pr
book, or-wo for 25 cent. 8tatesuu,B
- office, 215 South Commercial ft.. M.
.Urn. .-r . ... . 37C5tf
TBESPA8S NOTICES. 8IZE 14x IXS,
pnatea a avw iirsuct caaTass, bena
Ing the words, "Notice Ia Hereby Given
That Trespassing is "Strictly Forbidden
Oa These Premises, Under Penslty of
Prosecution." Price 15c tick or a
' for- too, - ettBteamaa Pab. Co., Salem.
For Sale livestock:
GUERNSY COW,- FRESH SOON. 771
N. Com'L . . . 39J '.' '
FRED W. LANOE. VETERINARIAN -Office
420 8. Commercial. Phone 1193.
Kes. Phone 1666. 89m23u
Wood For ale
WOOD FOR SALE. 18-INCH OLD FIK,
leoond fir and limbs, dogwood snd
alder. Phone 254 or 422, - 4 3d 5
- COAL ALL THE BETTER KINDS
HXLLMAK FUEL CO. PHONE 1855
4-FOOT GREEN SLAB, $8.90 PER CORD
i, 14-in,. dry mill, $4.60 per load, dry
fir and eak. Phoae 1879-W. 43n5tt
COMPLETE FUEL SERVICE
! TELEPHONE" 1855
,V- HZLLMAN FUEL COMPANY
-....'-: ' 43n21tf
SALEM" ruETJ',:' AV . TRANSFER, 752
Trad 8traet--Wo6d,-Coal. BHquets,
, Transfer and v Moving;. Phone 529.
WOOD.. DRY, BAWEO'AKT LENGTH
HILLMAN FUEL Pp. PHONE 1855
. . - "!' - ' 43a21tf
BRIQUETS THAT-LEAVE NOASHES.
HTLLMAN FUEL CO.
- - . ; 43n21tt
1S-INCH 6LABWOOD PES LOAD, 2.50,
lS-faea'Snd fie per load. $3.75; 1
iaeh old iir- par load. $4.50. Preaspt
- oatiTery. in. iracy uei iara
1067 D Street. 43n32t
is wa-r , a. vs. mvma a Aiia
CAREFULLY. HILLMAN FUEL CO.
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft and 16 inch.
Dry mill wood.
" Oseea asillrwood.
- Dry aeeoad growth fir.
. 'Dry- 4-ft.- ash, and oak. - t
FRED E. WELLS.
Prompt deliTery and reasonable prices,
280 Sonth Church. Phono 1542. 43fl8tx
16-INCH OLD FIR SECOND GROWTH
eak aad ash. phoas 1F3. M. L. May
field. . t-. 43fl8;f
-GOOD COAL-DRY WOOD
HTLLMAN FUEL OO.
TELEPHONE 1855. 43j3t1f
Girte-Pea-sra ' Furaiturt
EL B. SEAGROVX FURNACE ANf
sheet metal shop moved to est Mil
St. " ... . . . . 51a$0
SALEM FUEL AND TRANSFER CO
. 782 Trade 8t.
Wood. - Coal, - Briquata aad Transfer.
Prieas right. Hervice the boot. DaV
phoaoa, 1$ aad 429, Night phoae 1604.
Call t. 51s2tf
Xoet and Found '
LOST A LADIES SMALL HAND
purse between the Coffee Shop on State
- and Court and Commercial. Retara
; to Statesman oaftce. Reward. 53d3
LOST GERMAN POLICE DOG. RE
ward for recovery. Paoao 1943-J.
. - : - - - 53d2
LOST SIGMA NU FRATERNITY PIN.
pleaso return to Hamilton's Furniture
, Store. 53dl
HIZZ TREATMENT -J
- TOR APPENDICITIS
,ass-WotderfiJL' Free informatiot
Address Hiss Co, Portland. Oregea.
. . t 65as4-l25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
am aot rerponiibla, for any tiillg made
'saesat. those ia-4- hy asyaolf. . H.
Money ;tb, Ixutm 57
$1200 to LOAN-r7 ON ' SALEM
home. 8 'to 5 yrs -Becks Hea
- dricks, HeUig Bid., 189 N. High St.
- . v ".-'.yr -,.. $7a22tf
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Lobb time. Tow rats interest, easy psy
r man. Iaveatirato oar loan pbsa. - .
, 214 Commercial Clan, Bldg.
".'- . ' . 57o29
MONEY -TO LOAN 5H- F. U WOOD.
$41 State. 57o21tf
MONEY TO, LOAN ON CITY JtESI
dences, repsyaUle like rent Funds
available for rsidetx-e bnildlng loaaa.
A. C. B0H11N8TEDT. Realtor
Loans and Insnraneo -
147 N. Com'! St., Salem. Ore SToJStf
$800 WANTED 1. NEW HOME.
f "T swartty.. - Becke a Hendricks,
189 N. High, Street, Heilig Bldg.
t . -. . . .. . - . OW
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN
oa rood "res! ensto aeearfty.'
- W; BtGRABSNHORST A CO,
-l!-8'" Street. S9o31tf
4 Basinesg OpportTxniu.es 61
HAVE YOTJ: BtsntESS PROPERTY
Oieat wdl bay for-cash dosirsble basi
Beea bnilaingTBt lot, -aw to $40,406.00.
PRICED LOW. Becke A Hendricks.
-189 M. High Erreet. Heilig Bldg.
- -v - '. ClalStf
BRICK BUILDIN& . CHEAP $22,000
takes daady..Bonded lease thst will
- ";" laeteasiarf valae. Come now,
not 1930. ' Be-ka A Hendricks. Heilix
'Bldg.. 189 "JJ. High Street 41n22tf
LAR'GE LOT ; XORTH 50x1934350
Close school, a,, car. Two laft Befke
Hendricks, J-$ N. High atreet Herti?
. dg. : , . 63n38tf
HAVE YOU 550 HERE'S EXCEl-r
lent lot aorth 50x192. Close Sfboela
- r'J" 1" Toected tract. Laurel
Park. ThPe feft. Beeke ' H--drtcks..,
Heilig Bldi- 489 K Hirh
-tre.et ; 63n23tf
TWO LOTS $50 IP IXTERFSTED IS
cheap lots for homo aad cardea, chick-
; -imsi ete,. . svj theito. Sewrr, - Wate .
.Rights, eic. f' ., i-hofI and rar. AVY
.:- -reasoBaLV fws, Bwh Itndrickt,
iS 'i - :!. Hcil!? BWg. -