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Charter No. 58 .ResejTw DIttrlet No.
REPORT OP THE COXDITIOX OP
THE SALEM BANK OF COMMERCE
At Salem, In the State of Oregon at close of business February
Kl 29, 128. .
1. Loans and discounts. Including rediscounts, ac
ceptances or bills of exchange, sold with en
dorsement of the bank (Including items shown
in 29. 30 and 32, if any) ... S 547,519.78
2. Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1,420.08
3. U. S. government securities owned, including those
shown in items 30 and 35. if any 15,000.00
4. Other bonds, warrants and securities, including
foreign government, state, municipal, corpora
tion, etc., including those shown in items 30 and
35. if any 440,989.91
5. Stocks, securities, claims, liens, judgments, etc. . None
6. Banking house, 150,000.00; furniture and fixtures,
Real estate owned other than banking house .... None
(a) Lawful reserve with federal reserve bank . . None
(be) Cash on hand in vault and due from other
banks, bankers and trust companies None
(ab) Cash on hand in vault and due from banks,
bankers and trust companies designated and ap
proved reserve agents of this bank . . 168,067.34
(c) Net amounts due from other banks, bankers
and trust companies .. None
Exchanges for clearing house and ifems on other
banks in the same city or town as reporting bank 5,724.27
11. Checks on banks outside city or town of reporting
bank and other cash Items .
Total cash and due from banks, items 8, 9, 10
and 11, $173,791.61
Interest, taxes and expenses paid None
Customers' liability under letters of credit None
Customers' liability account of acceptances ex
ecuted by this bank and by other banks for ac
count of this bank None
Other assets, if any None
16. Capital stock paid in .....$
17. Surplus fund .....
18. (a) Undivided profits $9,051.85
(b) Less current expenses, interest and
taxes paid ... 6.088.97
19. Reserved for taxes, interest and depreciation . .
20. Dividends unpaid
21. Net amounts due to other banks, bankers and trust
United States deposits, including postal savings
and deposits of United States disbursing officers
DEMAND DEPOSITS, other than banks, subject
Individual deposits subject to check, including de
posits due the State of Oregon, county, cities or
other public funds 834,204.42
uemana certificates of deposit
25. Cashier's checks of this bank
Certified checks outstanding
Total of demand deposits, other than bank de
posits, subject to reserve, Items 23, 24, 25, 26
ITAIE AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS, subject to re
serve and payable on demand or subject to not
ice: Time certificates of deposit outstanding
Savings deposits, payable subject to notice
Total of time and savings deposits payable on
demand or subject to notice, items 27 and 28,
29. Notes and bills rediscounted with Federal Reserve
20. Notes and biils rediscounted including bonds or
other securities sold under repurchase agree
ments with contingent liabilities
31. Bills payable with federal reserve bank or with
other banks or trust companies
32. Letters of credit outstanding
23. Acceptances executed by this bans, ror customers
based on actual agricultural or commercial
transactions or by other banks for account of
United States government or
Liabilities other than above,
STATE OF OREGON, County of Marion ss.
I, H. V. Compton, cashier of the above named bank, do, sol
emnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
H. V. COMPTON. Cashier.
S. B. Elliott. J. C. Perry. H. H. OHnger. Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of March, 1928
A. W. SMITHER, Notary Public.
My commission expires Aug. 15, 1930.
XmilKJK AND ROAD COX STRUG
TIOX AWARDS MARCH 27
Bids for the construction of sev
eral new bridges and improve
ment of highway will be. opened
at a meeting of the state highway
commission to be held in Portland
Projects for which bids will be
Coos county Furnishing 4 2,
000 cubic yards of crushed gravel
- or broken stone for maintenance
operations on Riverton-Coq utile
Hoffman section of the Roose
velt ast highway and the Coos
! Douglas eount,y-H5teel span
Douglas county Steel span ov
- er Schofield river on the Roosevelt-Coast
highway at Reedsport.
Lane county Bridge over the
McKenzie river on a county road
about 1 M miles south of Coburg.
.This is a county project advertis
ed in behalf of the county court.
Lane county Bridge over Wil
- lamette river on the McKenzie
highway at Springfield.
TUlaanook county Bridge ov
er the Tillamook river on a coun
. ty road about a mile from Tilla
? mook. This is a county project
advertised in behalf of the coun-
vtr court. Payments will be made
direct by Tillamook county.
Union county Construction of
buildings on state owned proper
ty in the city of LaGrande.
Health Education Talks
Will Be Given Teachers
Jlira Anne Simpson, county su
' pervisor of health education with
the child health demonstration,
will give a series of lectures on
health education for Salem teach-
ers and , principals, the educators
, were notified - Friday. Lectures
.,wlll bo held each Monday and
Thursday afternoons at the high
i school at 4:15 o'clock. T"
" "The Law of Health and How
to Teach Them," one of the state
reading- circle books, will be used
as a reference throughout the ser
,.les of lectures, a couple ot which
will be given by Dr. William De
i Klelne, director of, the county
health demonstration.-' J
Any-Marion county teacher In-,
" terested Is invited to attend. ;
GENEVA, Mar. S(AP) The
text of long appeal which will be
other bonds borrowed
sent to Spain and Brazil asking
'them to reconsider their decisions
in withdrawing from the league
of nations were unanimously ad
opted by the league council today,
TEGUCIGALPA. Honduras, Mar.
j. (Af) ine Honauran cong
rsess today ratified a treaty of
friendship, commerce and consular
privileges between the United
States and Honduras. The treaty
was signed by representatives of
the two countries December 13,
The undersigned will receive
sealed bids up to 7:30 p. m., March
19. . 1928, for sewer pipe as fol
Item 1, 20,000 Lin. Ft., more or
less, 8 in. pipe.
Item Z. 14.000 Lin. Ft., more or
less. 10 in. pipe.
Item 3, 12,400 Lin. Ft., more or
less 12 in. pipe.
Item 4, 10,000 Lin. Ft., more or
less 15 in. pipe.
Item 5. 5,000 Lin. Ft., more or
less 18 in. pipe.
Item 6, 3,000 Lin
less, 21 in. pipe.
Item 7. 2,000 Lin
less. 2f In. pipe.
Item 8, 1,500 Lin
less. 27 in. pipe.
Ft., more or
Ft., more or
Ft., more or
Item 9, 2.500 Lin. Ft., more or
I less, 30 In. pipe.
Item 10, 1,500 Lin. Ft., more or
less, 36 in. pipe.
Item 11. 3,500 Lin. Ft., more or
less, 42 in. pipe.
Said pipe to be ready for de
livery in approximately the follow
Items 1, 2, and 3. covering a per
iod of 8 months, divided equally
over the said 8 months. The first
installment of one-eighth to be
ready for delivery on or about the
first day of April, 1928, to be fol
owed by a like amount each month
as .may be the demand until the
fulfillment or the said amounts.
Items 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, and 11.
within the next S months, an equal
amount each month, . one-fifth of
which shall be ready for delivery
br Anrll 1st. 1928, to be followed
by like amount each month until
the order has been filled.
The tight Is reserved to accept
bids as a whole or on separate
sixes or to reject any or all bids In
the Interest ot the city..
A -certified check for 2 per cent
of the amount of ttae bid must be
filed with bids.
Specifications are on file In the
office of Cupper, Cooper ft Simp
son,, Engrs., Masonic Bldg., Salem,
Oregon. - .
M. POULSEN, City Recorder,
Salem,' Oregon. '
M 10 and 11 J.
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aad 8:taatoae Wanted; will be tekea
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tUenaate at aay tuna af taa Cty ar
night, 'io iasara propar la -ficatlaa
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toil mtit ba kpt fraa Irow anything
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tatloa will Lot ba tolerated, lnierma-
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CHEMKkiTA LODGE NO. 1. X. O. O. X.
Meet every Wednesday evening at
7:0 o'clock; third floor of X. U. O. F,
Temple, cor oar of oOurt aad Sigh Su.
F. N. Woodry
In. Salem' leading Auctloaear
aad Furniture Dealer.
He, m Store, 1610 N. Siaatr St.
H. F. Woodry & Son
Bight dewa town. Oah paid far uted
. .... n . i . ? .a
Tel. 76. Ageate for Lang Range, t
OOI. A. Ik 8TKVKKSOX AUCTIONEER
3S year exyerieace ia taa Willamette
valley, far aate ar arrangement aaa
r. A. Poerfler, farm aariaer, Firt ha
tienal Bank, Salem. Pheae or write,
A. L. BtereneoB, Ocrrallie. Ore.
BROWKKIX ELECT JUC CO.. MS STATS
tci. 931. contract wiring. dec trie
ai-plie. Call n for aleeUieal vera.
B. D. BABTOX -
- IIIDI BATTKSIE8
geneiator werk; 80S
Tel. 16S .
rLEENER ELECT SIC CO. HOCSX
wiring by aenr or contract. Kttiavatea
(Braithad. Tel. 90 471 Court St.
U. S. L. Service Station
High St. at Trade.
BICYCLES Repairing 4
LLOYD K. RAafSDEKr COLUMBIA Bi
cycle and repairing. S87 Conn
CLEANERS AND DYERS 5
CHERRY CITT CLEANERS. O.
Ihiane. 2.0 M. Liberty. Tel. .
107S U. Coa'L
Na. 1, what. whit $1.21
Red wheat, tacked $1.15
Oat, per bu. milling $ .05
FORK, MUTTON kSV BEET
Top hog 8.60
Top tteer 1K3.13
Spring lamb 09.13
Dreiaed Teal 18
Dreued bog 11
Light - ban
EGOS, BUTTEJL BTJTTEBEAT
Beets, tacked .
- Celery, boaehe
$1.80, $1.55, $1.35
Rejuvenated potatoes 10
Lacal onion $2.750 $3.50
I General Markets
PORTLAND. Or.. March . (AP).
Butterfat aUady; 44e itatioa, 43e track,
52c fob Portland.
Poultry steady: beary hens 23 24c
pound; light 15 20c; springs 80 21c;
broilers 23 025c; pekin wblta ducka 80c;
eolored nominal; tnrkeys aliee 2527e.
Oniona steady; local $2.50 3.25 per
cwt.; potatoes 75e$1.25 ssck.
PORTLAND. Ore.. March 9. ( AP).
Cattle ateady; no receipt.
Hog steady; receipte 155, all direct.
Sheep steedy; no receipts.
CHICAGO. March 9. (AP). A bit
profit taking ware all grain underwent a
setback today after a general advance in
which May delivery corn touched $1 a
bushel. Upturns scored by corn were
ascribed to the fact that official eti
matea of farm reserve stock of corn
were mach below wast the trade a
rule had looked for, being 114,000,000
buihel smaller than a year ago.
Closing quotation on corn were nerv
ous at 1-8 e aet decline, with wheat
TioS. St2aS V ( Roosr txWr be sally, vuy
SS Vi-MV J MAN VHO SOLD HH S UA UDCX AT"THE Tf?CK- S(J l
SScSS OCortTA Tb C tD SAID WE K t30V3 TAUGHT-J M VJ
JCAlJa THE OtWER GWS AWAY ) V POSOK TO VAETK- ,SL' HIM LAST NIGHT T&
xZL. . 1 rwon rtfi?p - ' NJ
DR. H. B. SCOrriaXP. 7. S.
Pi ret NaUoaal Bank Bldg.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PrC. CHIBOPHUCTO
3S M. Hlga. TaL ISS-at. Baa. tlW
FLOWERS rOB ALL. OOOABIONS
Olaaa'a, Caart nigh St. Tal. SOU
CUT FLOWERS, MTDDINQ BOUQUETS
Faneral wraataa, aeceratljaa. v. r.
Brwlthacpt, flariat. SIS flsata Street,
fOB SALE FLBST AND SECOND Mort
gagee. Trot Daada. Oowtraeti aa
heaaa Will aet to 30 per eeat.
BECKS a HENDRICKS
Heilig Bldg.. 149 N. High St.
FARM LOANS PLENTT OF MONET
te Wan aa read fans aaearlry.
CITT LOANS Wa ara loaaiag Pra
deat!al Iaiuraae aoffipaay aaoaey ea
eUy real dene and baslna property at
Vb par oent, pin a aamalMlaa Maw
kin a Roberts, Ine-, SOS Oregoa
Taur Hease ar Car aw.
BECKS a HENDRICKS
X. O. O. F. Bldg, 189 K. High St.
WANTED Employment 1?
TRUCK HAULING WANTED. WILL GO
aay where. Have a new track and fatt
worker. John U. Soott, 805 Oregon
Bldg. Tal 254 or 032.
POSITION WANTED. BT THOROUGH-
ly trained aad experienced book and
ceat-kaeper. Caa take charge ! office
aad accounting work. Reference. Sal
ary ao object. Singla, aga 83. Box
858, McMinavilla, Oregon.
FOR RENT Apts. 15
DUPLEX APT. 951 N. WINTER.
NICE FURNISHED APARTMENT.
LIGHT. OOZT TWO ROOM APART
menu Garag. Faene 469-J.
FURNISHED 8 ROOM DUPLEX APART
meat, ao children. 623 N. High.
ONE BOOM AND KITCHENETTE. WA-
tar, light, aad foal. $16.00. Oloo la.
TOU CAN FLAT
WE TAKE CARE OF TOUR HOME.
High eiaa residential district.
ew, strictly modern, quiet apart
ments. Frigilaire, Eleetrie Ranges. Radio,
Staaas Heat, Brick faced Buildiag.
Twa nnfurnltbed rooms, bath, $30, $85.
Throe unfurnished rooms, bath. $40, $45
Two rooms ruralaaod overstuffed,
$87.60 to $40.
Three rooms fuixtaaed overstaffed,
$45 to $50.
Naw Management, R decorated
550 North Summer St. Phone 1973
FOR RENT Rooms 16
MODERN FOUR ROOMS NICELY FUR-
aished, bargain. Sea owner 795 HigB
lsnd. FOR RENT Houses 17
HOUSE FOR REST. 355 DIVISION.
MODERN HOME, 678 N. COTTAGE.
PARTLY FURNISHED HOUSE, 438
Water St. Phone 657.
MODERN HOUSE WITH GARAGE.
Phone 303, or inquire at 2140 Maple
WANTED TO RENT 19
WANTED TO RENT A FARM OF
about 100 acres suitable for dairying,
for term of years, cash rent. Phone
870 or 1964 M.
BOARD AND ROOM 20
ROOM. BOARD. SINGLE MEALS. SUN
day dinners. Alexandria, 1030 Cne
mekcta. Phono 1639.
ROOM AND BOARD IN MODERN
home, $30 per month if taken at once.
635 Chemeketa St., corner Chemeketa
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THB WEIDEB LAUNDRY
Talepbaaa 35. 268 S. High
fRY THE BOMB WET WASH LAUN
dry. TeL 171, 1856 B Streak,
CAPITAL CITT LAUXDRT
"The Laundry at Pure Materials"
Telephone 165. 1-64 Broadway
1 822c dowa and oat 6(27'8l21c
PORTLAND. Or March 9. (AP).
Wheat bids: BBB bard white. March,
April $1.41; hard white, blue steaa, baart,
Ul $1.824; federation, soft white, west
ern white, all $1.80H ; bard winter, west
ern red all $1.244; northern spring all
Oat. No. 3, 80 ponad W. F. and ditto
gray Marcn, April 843.
Barley, No. a, as pound H. w., all fat.
Cora, No. 2, E. Y. shipment March
$40, April $39.50; No. 3 ditto March
39.50, April $36.50.
PORTLAND. Ore.. March 9. (AP).
-lav buymc prices: Eastern Oregon tim
othy 20.5021; ditto valley
); alfalfa ll.ou; oat nay la.ouiff
15; straw $9 per ton. Selling prices $2
t ton more.
PORTLAND. Ore.. March 9. (AP).
)airy Exchange, aat prices:
Butter, extras 44c; standards 43Hc:
irime firsts 43e: firsts 42 He.
Errs, extra 24e; f irate 22e; medium
extraa 22e; mediant first 19e.
D. H, KOSHXK TAILOR FOB MEN
til vgsNS.) 474 Oonrt St.
WANTED Misc. 23
FCBNITCB& PiXKISO FOB SHIP
Gleae-Fowara Foraltara Oa.
J. JOHNSON. CARPENTER AND BUILD
or. Reasoaablo charge. Figures free.
199S North Commercial.
WANTED FBITATB MONET FOB
' f antL laaaa. W have several applica
tioaa aa kaad. Haw kiaa aBaaorta,
Iac'305 Oregon Bldg. '
WANTED GOOD WASHED COTTON
Riga not entailer than 1- yard to aa
(or wiping asaebiaory. Highest prlee
paid far good cleaa taga, apply al
tatoeasaa axuea. aaa at a ler.
More Than a Tonic
More Than a
A Natural Remedy!
This vrodaet sappllas Natare with vital
working and buildiag material pivvidea
element to ataintaia the normal chemical
balance to laauro th aataral harmony
aad proper functioning of gland aad or
gan and to maiatala a rich and health
Used aa a mineral water pleasant to
take oaa package la sufficient for thr
months treatment. Sold aadar a positive
MATTRESSES RENOVATED BT THE
Capital City Betiding Oo, 1190 North
Capital. Called for and delivered. All
work guaranteed. Tel. 19.
HAT FOR 8ALE $9.00. phone 89F13.
LARGE YOUNG MULES.
B. F. D. 8.
THREE TEAR OLD PURE BREI COL
lie dog. Bale. Phone 1S3F3.
13 GOOD VALLEY RAISED WORK
horses and males. W. H. Strsst, 1870
MONGER BLACX CAP TIPS AND RE
sets,, well developed, mo ua tal a grown.
S. P. Matheny, Sublimity, Oregoa.
GUARANTEED USEI SEWING MA
chines, all makes. Singer A White
Electrics cheep for cash. Wo give
.terms. 321 8. High.
DUBOC8 AND POLAND CHINA'S BOTH
breeds, pure bred, young breeding
stock for sale. Phono 49F38 or call at
the farm, ana half mile south from th
feet ef Aakeaey Hill, 10 miles South
GULBRAN8EN, CLABEDON. CABLE,
riiUmii, Bovirt and Ludwig pianoei
tnat wa have repossessed, will be sola
for the belan-ie due aa them. If yoa
. waat a aaarly new piano, cheap, here's
your shanco. Term a to responsible
eartle. Oregon finance Corporation
WANTED Live Stock 26
CATTLE I NEED CATTLE OF ALL
kind. Phone 2541. Walter Corbet,
1885 N. 31st atreet.
I WANT TO BUY A FEW GRADE OR
purebred Jersey or Guernsey cow or
heifers. E. A. RhoUn, 1595 So. High
St. Phoa 263 R.
FRED W. LANOE, VETERINARIAN
Office 629 8. Commercial. TaL 1198.
Rea. Tel. 1666.
WOOD SAWING 29
WOOD SAWING. PHONE 1677.
WOOD FOR SALE 30
fiOOD OLD FIR $8.00. PHONE 2096-J.
GOOD DRY WOOD.
PHONE 7213. M.
16 IN. OLD FIR $8.60 FEB) OORt
(t rfck) Tel. 3188.
CALL TRACY'S FUEL YARD FOR GOOD
wood. Phone 331f.
DRY OLD FIR AND 2ND GROWTH. A.
Tucker. Phone 20124 M.
OLD FIR WOOD., PRICES INTEREST
ing. J. M. Peeblea. Falls City, Oregon.
ALL KINDS OF DRY FIR WOOD. C.
U. Harbaugh, 1088 Highland Ave.
16 INCH OLD FIR, DRY 3ND GROWTH,
and ash. C. U. -.Harbaugh, 108$ High
laad Ave. ThoBe 1990. ,
O. (SEE) A. ANDERSON
PO WOOD TO BL'RN
SALEM TRANS. A FUEL. CO.
GENERAL TBANSFEB WORK. TEL. 82.9
ALL KINDS OF WOOD.
TeL 2028 J.
C. A. TUCKER.
GOOD DRY WOOD
Larmer.. Tal. 980.
FOB TOC D. A.
16 INCH MILL WOOD. PARTLY SEA.
aoned. $8.50 per load at Trace.-'. Tel.
3318. i '
GOOD COAU w DRY WOOD
V HJLLMAN FUEL CO.
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
Dry wood 4 ft. aad 16-iaeh. Largo
load ara cneaper to boy. Mill wood
la oar specialty. Prompt delivery aad
reasonable price. '
FKED E. WELLS
280 B. Church TaL 1543
POULTRY AND EGGS 32
PUKE PLYMOUTH ROCK HATCHING
egg. 3315 Soatk Cottage. Phone
ASSORTED BABY CHICKS LIGHT
breeds $13.00. heavy breeds $19.00.
Phone 188F2. Lea' a Hatchery.
A Total Loss
POULTRY AND EGGS 32
POULTRY WANTED ANY KIND. 8IZC
or amount, top market, highest cash
! price. Salem Poultry Co., Corner High
j aad Mill. Phoao 2490.-
ALL POPULAR BREEDS OF B. W D.
; seated baby ehicka at popular prices.
Always oa kaad. Onr ' Livan Gro'
I brooders are $3.45. Flake s Petland,
: 378 State.
BABY CHICKS AND CUSTOM HATCH
ing Expert service moans efficiency
; and kigh quality. All baby chicks from
?areat steak Officially tested and Of
icialiy Approved. Salem'a oldest Cua
; teat Hetikiag plant. Phone 1332.
: Lee' Hatchcy.
BABY CHICKS BVEBY MONDAY AND
Teeaday. 6 leading varief.es. Beat
i local stock. Prices reasonable. Salem
Chieheriaa, 364 North Cottage Street,
MUSIC STORES 33
GEO. O. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
j graphs, aawiag machines, sheet niusi
aad piano atudlea. .Repairing pnoao
i graphs aad eewrng macblnss. 432 Sute
MUSIC TEACHERS 33a
rMODERN PIANO JAZZ FRANK BUT-
tou, Waterman course. Studio 15d S.
Liberty. Tel. 1207 or Res. 2165J.
KODAK FINISHING 34
FREE ENLAIUJVMENT WITH EVERY
50 order Kodak work. Bawliaga,
Newspapers Magazines 35
CriE PORTLAND rtLEORAa SALEM
Agency. The Ace. TaL 989.
rHK OREGON STATESMAN. SO CENT8
' par month delivered to your home
early each morning. TeL 33 or 583.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper aend five 2 cent stamps to
taa Paeifie Homestead. Salem. Oregon,
for a three aaontua' trial subscription.
Mention thia ad.
POULTRY MEN SEND EIGHT TWO
coat stamps for special three month'
. trial far th beat aad oldest Journal
ia the West. The articles and adver
tisements aro of spscial interest to the
' poultry breeders ef the Northwest
, Northwest Poultry Journal. 211 8. Com
ar'ci 84 Salem. Oreaoit-
NURSERY STOCK 36
FINE LIKE NURSERY STOCK. ALSO
mm flowerirg Hawthorne. See these
trees before buying. Willamette Val
ley Nursery. Home phone 70FS. Bala
yard 289 Oonrt St., acros atreet from
, Butick'a store.
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOU8B
deearaUhg, paporbaagiBg. tinting, ate
OH AS BENXST-W e-AHTriNO CON
tractor, palatine yaper hangiag.
2281 J. 187 Wast Millar.
FOR SALEM SCAVENGER BERN "ICE
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING AND RE
pairing. G!ese-tower Furniture Store.
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10
cents a handle. Stateaman office. -313
WHITE SCOTCH COLLIE AT STUD.
Salem's White K'ng. Register number
685981. Service guarantee'!. Puppies
and grown stock tor sale. Mrs. Bsn
nrtt. 1030 Chemeketa. Phe 1539.
STOVES AND STOVE RE PAT KING
STOVES FOR SALE REBUILT AND
repaired by expert. All kinda of wovaa
wire fence. Fancy and plain. Hop
baaketa and hooka, logs a bucks. Salem
Fence and Stove Work. 250 Court
CAPITOL BARGilN AND JUNK HOUSE,
jus-tea center. lei. awa. ah kinds
of Junk bought and rold ; Rags, Rocks,
Bottles, Barrels, Hides, Pelts, Wools,
Furs, Tallow, Catcara Bark, Crape
Root, Pitch, Peppermint Oil, All kinds
of Iron A Metal everything from a
needle to a locomotive.
W. S. Du Fresne
738 V eoth St. N.
Are You All There?
Chemical analyst of th ho man body
shows that It ia composed of th follow
ing elements: Oxygea. Carbna, Hydro
gen, Nitrogen, Calcium, Phosphorus,
i'otasaium Salohur. Sodium Chloride.
Magnesium,.- Iron, Iodine, Fluorine, 8il
n, giae. Manganese.
Yoa supply your body with these
chemical elements through the food yoa
eat. the air yoa breathe aad the water
Good health depends much npea the
chemistry of the body, as thai supplied
ansa maintained, isaay renaoa rood ia
common aso today ar laekiag to aa
alarming extent la theao vital and hearth
promoting propertiee, aad thia dafieaaaey
is responsible for rose 7 chronic ailmeata.
ia rich la tba majority of these elements
and its use haa accomplished marvelous
reaulta ia roatoriag health. Give Nature
chance yea 11 bo surprised at her re
tpone. BEE XOUB DRUGCIST TODAY
PIANO TUNERS 42
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Piano
tuner. Leave erdare W.il Muaie Store,
FOB STATIONERY, CARDS. PAMPH-
Jet, program, aoooka. or aay kind of
printing, oall at the Statesmaa Print
ing Dvpartmoal, SIS S. Coonaarcial
THE BEAUTY BOX
rniii:u Haaatv Service
520 fitate SU To'- 1$3
Tirt rii-iTftl, HgAtTTY SHOPPB
228 N. Kiga. For Appt. TeL 86$
-ELITE BEAUTY SHOPPB
Over th Ciiay Bella. Tel.
LA ROSE EEAUTT SHOP
Marcelling 75. Phono
MARINEULO BKAITTY PA RLOSS
Fersanant Wave bpecialist
ZS N. High ot.. Tal. 16
THE MODEL BEAUTY aVBIXB
113 S. Commercial. TeL 956
lUk MODERN MAUAELLO
For Men. VSoir.n and Chudren
306 Maaonic Bldg. TL 879
NIFTY BOB SHOP
Eugea rrmaaeat Waving. Hair Cutting
811 State St. TaL 370
Toe fines; chain tf Terminal
Hota'a ia Oregon
Ofte al I'epot For All Oregoa
Pickwick xiaiamaad aad Parker Stagot
Ktriciiy Firat Class
Lp to tne Minute
ia service and
Metiaptne Floor V ith Baby Grand Piano,
Large Writing Rioum.
! La lies' L-reasica Room
111 Rooms 99 with Bath and Shower
Stage Terminal Hotel
W. W. Chadwick, Pres.
. Mf. A.C'ainminga, Local Mgr.
Cbas. V. Cooley, Ass. Local Mgr.
Anderaon A iiuvart Qeneiai Insurance
109 S. High. TeL 1644
E. 11. &AIREY, Life, Aocident. Sickaeee
ei8 Oregoa BiUg.
189 N. High. Tel. 161
G. H. BERG, Life. Accident, Sickness
828 Oregon Bldg. Tel. 1747
C. B. WILLIAMS, Central Life Agency
806-7 Oreson rJMg. Tel. 400
B. D. GRAY General Insurance
147 N. Coai'L TeL 2415
LAFLAB A LAFLAR
Ladd A Bush Bank Bldg.
W. A. LI. "TON. General Iasuraaca
404 3 Ms to. n. Bldg. Tal. 1S1
RICH. L. KKIMANN Gca. Ins.. Loans
310 N. High St. Tel. 865
Wash. Fidelity National Forgo-Fhilipri
405 Bank of Com. Bldg. Tel. 3160
WILLAMETTE INSURANCE AGENCY
115 Maaoaic Bldg. Tal. 82
MONEY TO LOAN 45
FEDERAL FARM IX)AN S.
Wood, 341 State St.
P. H. BELL. 319 C. 8. BANK BLDC
Residence aad aoalaear Wane. TeL 607
WE HAVE $2500 TO LOAN' ON GOOD
security. Gertrude J. M. Page, 484
Court. Tel. 1882 or 1186.
MONEY fCO LOAN
JOHN H. SCOTT
905 Oregon Building
MONEY TO LOAN FOR BUILDING AND
on city property. B. 8. ilsrtln and L.
R. Martin, attorneys. 41i Oregoa
Building. Tel. 2084.
CITY AND TMACT LOANS
Reasonable Kates No Delay
STATE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS'N
703-6 First National Bank building
Phone 457. Salem, Oregon.
CITY AND FARM T.OANS AT LOWEST
rates. Best terms obtainable. Our
insurance depsrtmeut - offers you ex
pert advice and service in all lines.
HAWKINS HUBERT 8 (Inc)
Tel. 1427 205 Oregon Bldg.
WANTED LOANS 45
Private money to loaa oa BEAL
W. H. GRABENH038T A CO.
134 8. Lilerty 8t.
PLUMBING AND GENKRJ L REPAIR
work. Or bar Bros, 144 8. Liberty
BUSINESS OPPR. 43
Have a. client for a good well lo
cated Service Station and Camp
Ground. What have you f
A. C. BOHRSSTEDT
147 North Com' I Ut.
FURNITURE LEASE ef 3 room
ing bouses. One oa Cora'l Street
1700; one on State atreet $1200.
GROCERY A CONFECTIONERY
8TOBE. Lease, stock A fixturee with
living rooms for small family. Price
LEO X. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
820 State Street. Phone 1727
A REAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
ATTENTION BUTCHERS, GROCERS
Large space for rent ground floor
lots of room for batcher hop, gro
cery and ic cress parlor. Close to
atatehou grounda, S block from P.O
Long lease, llttl money needed. Lo
cation ia ideal, wide atreet, parking
apace, on the way home for thousands
of people. Need man for each propo
sition, or someone who can handle all.
All replies treated aa confidential. For
, appointment addresa Box (14)
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REGULAR PT OOF Or
Him - HERE- YOO PLA
wnrw HtrA wwie x
GET YOO oOfAE CANOt
X - .
aVVB'JBi at k UL" i d W . W
New First National
Do Laa Shlaing rrvt
y.MrtT for Ladies aad G'em",
Coffey ' Photo Servio
Tel. 708. Over th Spa
Morria Optical Co. M"?..11'1
Htutj B. Morn.
C. F. G lletto '. Suite 810 1111
Lawyer Telephone 1056
Dr. Iavid B. Hill, Orthodontia
t atraighteniug of irregular teeth)
Suite 06. Hour 9 to
Every day eaeopt TBuraday
Dra. O Neill k Burdetto, Optometrist
Fhone 633 . 401-403-403-40 4fl
Ue. B. Vehr M. D., Phyeieian A 8argn
Suite 608. Tel. 3376-3379 Bee. T7I
Re bin D. Day aad Donald W. Miles
Attorney at Law
Telephone 198. 1 10-611-6H
tr. O. Ward Dav'.a. General Dentistry"
Tel. 616. Evening by- appotalateat.
Dr. 11B. Scofieid
euroi a'ometer Serv
Dr. W. A. Job neon, Deatiet
Telephone 1385 . 1C61
BUSINESS OPPR. 48
FOR RENT VERY DESIR&SLE BAT
tery and ignition department space n
new downtown Bnper Service Ststioa
Balem, aveilabl April 1st. Inqu'.ie
Box 107, Salem.
For every arpose, for ovary purse
All standard sites of Radio Totes,
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP. 815 Cojrt
St. Tel. 488.
FOR SALE Houses 50
Strictly modern houee with fell
cement bsfement, furnsre, fireplace and
breakfast nook : on paved street. A k' J
buy at 93500. Pottettion gnu. at
We Q. Krueger
147 N. Com ! Ph..r. 1' i 7
REAL ESTATE 51
l or Sare. New modern 4 Km m
house with new furniture. Choice .,
paved St. North Salem. Owner (oir.g
Kstt and roust sell. $3150.00.
F. L. WOOD, GEO. F. PEED
341 Stste St.
, BEPT BEST BKST
LOT LOT LOT
IN TOWN FOR 6750
NOT OCT IN THE STICKS
Bt located on a da rid v corner
Both streets paved and paid
To see this lot See Mr. Beehtel -r
Mr. Sesrs, 341 Stste St. Room 4
THI8 EXTRA SPECIAL OFTF.ft
5 room Cottage with basement, ghi
age, severs! choice trees. Ksst f - r
lot 60x129 ft . street paved and ts
In and paid. Price only 61800, rh
00, balance easy.
Let C8 Show You This Todsv.
LEO N. CH1I.DS CO.. Reslto'r.
320 State Street. Phone 1 T27
for equity on
grocery stock In iri.te
house and lot. l.od
locetion in 8a!
farm eauipDed a Ith
stork and mac
hinery, haa good wells
Will trade for
berg for house
from 8 SO 00 to
water. Price $25,000.
Salem income property.
farm close la to New
and lot ia Saleji. Price
E J. M. PAGE
484 CouTt St
YOUR NEW HOME
Just the kind yon have been wishing
for. Modern and beautiful. Located
In a choice residential district, S nice
rooms and nook, hardwood floors, full
of built ins. fireplace, best of plumbing,
full basement, furnace, garage. Street
psved and walks in and paid, lawn aad
shrubbery just planted, cbo'.-e lot with
East frontage. Price for short time
$8900 with terms.
LEO X. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 Stste Street. Phon 1737
FOR SALE OR TRADE
75 acre dairy farm near Toledo t
trade for Salem property.
42 acre farm near Woodburn to trade
for Salem property.
6 room new English typ house to
trad for acreage or small bout.
Clos ia t-artmnt house to trsd
Auto ramp with store and filling
station to trade for farm.
WHAT HAVE YOUt
Insurance Money to Loaa
219 North High Street Telephone f
By PAUL ROBINSON
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