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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1010.
By CLEVELAND MOFFETT
Copjrlrtlit. 1909. by D. Applclon
Synopsis of Previous Chapters.
Paul Coquonil, famous French de
tective, meets d mysterious young
lrl soiling candles in Votfo Dame
'cathedral. Tho girl, Alice, loves an
American, Lloyd Klttredgo. -Co--quonll
believes a great crime is
.'about to bo committed, and present,
ly it occurs. He has a strange pro
sentiment of danger. A man is
found murdorod in a restaurant. Ho
is recognized as Martinez, well
known throughout all Paris as a bil
5 Lloyd Klttredgo is suspected of
Tiavlng murdored tho billiard player.
Ho Is arrested at Alice's homo and
put In prison.
Coquonil starts to solve tho case,
Ho dlscoveres tho Identity of a wo
man knqwn to havo boon with Mar
tinez when mUrdcrod.
Tho murderor'fl pistol is found
Coquonil puts his dog Caesar on the
trail and interviews M. Orltz, pro
prietor of tho restaurant, whero the
crlmohad taken placo. Coquenil
idhJcovors" two auger holes In tho
-wall in tho prlvato dining room
WiOro Martinez was killed. They
load into another private dining
xoom, which he visits.
Ho shows Papa Tlgnol that tho
hnllot camo through' ono of tho
holes'. ' A mysterious stranger over
powers Coquonil and robs him of a
valuable clow Tid had got,,
Ho' shows Papa Tlgnol that tho
bullot camo through ono of tho holes.
A mysterious stranger pvorpowora
Coquonil and robs him of a valuable
clow ho had got.
Dotoctlvo Gobelin, Coquonll'B rival,
'discovers valuablo clows, Clrcum
stantlal ovidonco thickens about
Coquonil cross ozamlnos an Amer
ican woman, Mrs. Wllmott, as to hor
past rolatlona with tho prlsonor,
Klttredgo, Ho and Martinoz, sho
said, had had a sorlous quarrel over
Alice. Coquonil bogtna to demon
strate that Klttredgo Is Innocent.
Coquonil Is dlsmlssod from tho case
by an order from a man "higher
up." Ho continues to work as n
prlvato individual, Ho proves that
tho aBsasain had a "long llttlo An
ger" and that AHco knows him.
Coquolln's man hunting dog 1b shot
hy o woalthy man in a forest. Co
quonil traces Alico's past la Brus
sols and, learns much.
Coquolin suspects as tho murdoror
a man posing as a wood carver and
as Alico's undo from Bolglum. Co
quonil arrests tho woodcarvor attar
" On tlio prisonous right leg Is
found a mark mado by Coquonil In
a Btreot' light with a strango man,
Vhb nlado his oscapo.
Tho prisoner, Crooner, Is oxam
inod by Judgo Hautovlllo In a sansa
manner, but ho malnatlns that hole
droonor undergoes a norvo-rnok-ing
"moving plQturo" tost, a most
ingonlouk inpdo of rovoallng 1 the
Kullt or lunocouco of suspocts. Ho
now appears to bo tho -murdoror.
Sstoatcoa omfwyp Bhrdltt"cmfwyp pp
, OOQURNIU'S UOrilBII.
mil necordttnee with ordors Pupa
Tlgnol nppoiiml at the Villa
I I I Montmorency hetluioN thonoxt
"Ah, J'mw Tlgueir wild M. Puul us
tho old watt filtered, but there wits no
Heartiness w iiIh num. -Sit down, sit
down- CniiiieiiJI wiib ptiuklng u bag.
' "U anything wrnugr lit' naked Until.
MWhy-ur - w.hy. yue." nodded Co
"Going a way J" lio ventured.
"Yes. l-I'm going uwy."
The. detective U'HiH-d back and closed
his eyes. Ho looked worn and gray.
M. I'aul opeued tilo eyos aud said In
tt dull tone. "Did you take tbo girl to
i'ouKi-ot last nigbtY"
Mioa; sties nil right."
"Good! Aud-you showed her tbo
Tho old man nodded. "Sue under
wnda,;ske will bo careful, hut-mere's
Homing lor nor to worry about now.
CoqueOll's face darkened. "You'd
bottcr let van havo tho rlug beforo I
Thanks!" lie slipped the old talis
iuhu n bla linger, aud thou, after a
"troubled pause, ho suld. "There Is
more for her to worry about than
"Morel Vou menu on accouut of
, "But be'a caught; he's in prison."
The detwtlvo ahoofe his head, "He's
oi to prison.'
"Not In prison T"
"He wph net nt liberty nbout-about
2 o'cliwk this morning"
The iiid uwu byniu-tiejl his head lu
ixrrjjjpiliy -1 didn't know anybody
whs io Important to he, tried, fty taur
tJer," 'n can't U tried uutll he's com-wUtv-jl
for trial by a judge."
-vrmi Ad HHt'i-lifbr
"Because HuuFevlir Gas been remov
ed from office."
"His commission wns revoked this
morning by order of tho minister of
Coquonil nodded And then added sor
rowfully: "And you. too. my poor
frioad. Every one who has bad any
thing to do with this case, from the
highest to the lowest, will suffer."
"Whe-ew! He must be a senator
or or something like that?"
"Much more," suld Coquenil grimly.
Coquenil pointed to bis table, where
a book lay open. "Do you see that red
boo lc? it's the Annunire do la No
blesne Franenlso. You'll tlnd hla name
there marked with a pencil."
Tlgnol glanced at the printed page,
arid tbpre enme over bis faco nn ex
pression of utter utwizemetit.,
"It Isn't possible!" be crleU '
Then slowly In awestruck tones the
old man rpad from the great authority
on French titles:
Baron Felix ftaoul de Heldelmnnn-
Brack, only non of tho Baron Georges
Rnoul do ileldelmann-Bruck, upon whom
the tltlo wa conferred or Industrial ac
tivities under tho second empire. U. Jan.
IS, ISO. Lieutenant In the Forty-fifth
cuirassiers, now retired. Has extensive
Iron and steel works near St. Etlenno.
also rinval construction yards at Brest
Member of tho Jockey club, the Cercle
do la Ruo Royale, the Yncht Club of
France, the Automobile club, the Aero
club, etc Decorations: Commander of the
Leijlon of Honor, the Order of BU Mau
rice and Utzare (Italy), tho Order of
Christ (Portucall. etc. Address: I'arls.
Hotel Hue de Varennes chateau, near
fancier. Touralne Married Mrs. Eliza
beth Coogan. who perished with her
daughter, Mary, In the char.lty bazaar fire,
"You see. it's all there." said M
Paul. "His name Is rtaoul and his
wifo's namo was Margaret. Sho died
In the charity bazaar Are. and his'
stepdaughter Mary Is put down as
having died thcro too. Wo know
where she Is."
"Thi3 will rip things wide, wide
open," said Tlgnol.
Tho detective shook bis head. "It
won't rip anything open., How can 1
prove it? The courts aro closed against
mo. And even If they Weren't do you
suppose it would be possible to convict
the Baron de ncldelmann-Bruck of
any crime? Nonscnsel He's tho most
powerful man in France. Ho controls
tho bank's, the bourse, tbo government
Ho can causo a monoy panic by lifting
his band. Ho can upset tbo ministry
by a word over tho telephone."
Coquenil lighted a clgaretto and
breathed In the smoke deeply.
"Papa Tlgnol." he said. "I am
through with this case."
Tlgnol bounded to his feet, and bis
llttlo eyes flashed Indignantly. "I don't
believe It!" bo erlpd. ,"I wou't have Itl
You cau't tell me Paul Coquenil is
afraid. Are you afraid?"
"I don't think so."
"And Paul Coquenil can't bo bought.
"I hope not."
M. Paul felt In his coat pocket and
drew out a folded telegram. "Head
that, old friend.'' ho answered with
Slowly Tignol read:
M. Paul Coquenil. Villa Montmorency.
Parts; House and barn destroyed by In
cendiary fire In night, if our mother saved,
but seriously Injured. M. Abel says in
surance policy had lapsed. Come at once.
"Quel mulbcur,' Quel malheurl" ex.
claimed tho old man. "And you you
think It's his doing?"
Of courso. They bad warned me,
they had killed my dog, and nnd uow
they havo struck at my mother." Ho
bout down his bend on bis bands.
She's ull I've got, Tlgnol; she's seven
ty years old and Infirm, and no, no, I
quit, I'm through!"
"And tbo Insurance?" Tlgnol asked
presently. "What does that mean?"
"I sent tho renewal money to this
lawyer Abel," answered Coquenil In
a dull tone. "They have used him
against mo to-to tako uiy snvlugs."
.There followed three days of pitiful
anxiety for Coquenil at bis stricken
mother's side. Mine. Coquenil, bow
over, never wavered In her sweet faith
that all wan well. Sho was comfort-
ablo uow In tho homo of a hospitable
Flually Coquenil told her all of the
murdur of Martinez and of the atl-
vouturoa that hud befnlleu tilin lu his
quest of the sloyor. The old woman
would uot llstun to her son's stopping
bis hum bectiuso of nuy danger that
might threaten her, ami sho Insisted
that It wan bis duty to track down the
guilty man. Coquonil pondered over
the situation for a day aud a night.
Tho tiext morning he came ngaln to
his mother's bedside with his old
buoyant smile, and after loving greet
ings be wild simply i "It's all right,
llttlo mother; I see my way. I'm go
ing to fake the chance, and." he nod
dod eontldently, "betweon you and me.
think I luive dltmvena the troy fo te
ihh fight atMiHSt the mo.t patctrfut foiw
tn alt mmr.
Starting on his newly outlined cam
palgn against the false uobleinan, Co
queull Hlici'i'tHttHl In having himself
employed im u stableman at his luxu
rious establishment on tho Hue de
Vureiines. Next, by a Judiciously ox-
ponded bribe, ho gained tbo aid of a
bcwhlHkored lluuky who was uue of
the huusohold attendants and who
kept hliu Informed as to tho golug and
comlug of the muster of tho house
Tims It cuuie to puss that on a certain
night In August, ubout '.' o'clock In the
tnuruiug. i'aul coquenil round himself
ulone III the baron's spacious, silent
library beforo u masslvo safe. An ex
pcrlcuced burglar chaser uaturally be
comes u bit of n burglar himself. At
any rate, the safe swung open In duo
course, without accident or Interfer
ence, nnd tbo detectlvo stood before It
All this Coquonil hid douo On a
cbnuee. without positive knowledge.
save ror me assurance or tho black
whiskered valet that the baron wroto
frequently in a diary which ho kept
locked In tbo safe. Coquonil was cer
tain that in this diary would bo found
.reoords that would prove, valuablo ovi
donco In fattonlng the guilt ot crlrao
on the unprincipled nobleman. And
the result of his dangerous quest prov
ed the grtwt dotoctivo to bavo de
duced owrectly. On ono of tho bbo!vw
of the safe, among valuable nira
and securities, the detective f6und a
thick book bound In binek leather and
fastened with heavy gtiid eiunps. it
was the diary.
With a thrill of triumph. Coiinejih
seized upon the vnliime. then Hosed
the safe carefully, ,
Coquenil now paused, opened tin
diary utid begun to nnd There w
some 400 neatly written pagex brier
separate entries without daft, sepn
rate thoughts, us It Were nnd an h
turned through them he found himself
more nnd wore absorbed until pre
ently he forgot time, place, dntiger
everything. lie wns absolutely lost
In a most extraordinary tiUimtti docu
inent In one of those terrible utter
ances, shameless nnd fearless, that are
flung out once In a century or so from
tbo hot, somber depths of a man's be
Ll have kept this diary because It
amuses me. because I am not afraid, be
cause my nature craves and demands sonn
honest expression somewhere. If tnem
pages were rcud 1 should be destroyed i
understand that, but I am In Constant dan
ger of being destroyed anyway I nugln
bo killed by an automobile accident. A
small artery In my brain might snap Be
sides, 1 havo no tear, since 1 regard m
own life and all other lives as of abn
lutely trifling importance.
11. Half the great men of this worio
are great criminals. The Napoleons
war murder thousands: the Napoleons oi
trade and finance plunder tons ot thnu
sands. It is the same among beasts ami
nsnes, among birds and insects, probabl;
among angels and devils. Everyu-nere w.
find one Inexorable law, resistless a:
gravitation, that Impels tho strong to
plunder and destroy tho weak.
III. It Is five years since 1 committed
what would be called a monstrous and
cowardly crime. As a matter of fact, l
did what my Intelligence recognized as
necessary and what was therefore my
duty. However, let us call It a crime. J
have been Interested lo watch for any
consequences or effects of this crime In
myself, nnd 1 have discovered none. 1
study my face carefully and fall to nnd
any marks of wickedness. My eyes are
clear and beautiful; my skin Is remark
ably free from lines, t am In splendid
neaitn. My nerves aro absolutely steady
I have a keen sense or humor. 1 am cer
tainly a better man, better looking, bet
tor eellng, stronger In every way. than
1 was before 1 committed this crime. It'
Is absolute nonsense, therefore, to say
that sin or crime 1 mean Intelligent stn
or crltne-rputs op ugly stamp on a man
The ugly stamp comes from bad health
bad surroundings, bad conditions of life,
and these can usually be changed by
money, which 1 hovel
IV.-,Last night, July 4. J shot a man.
Martinez, at tho Ansonla hotel. 1 ob
served my, sensations carefully and must
say that they were of a most common
place character There was no danger In
the adventure, nothing difficult about It
tn fact. It was far less excltlnit than
shooting moose tn the Maine woods or
tracking grizzlies In the Rockies or go
ing after tigers In India. There is really
nothing so tame as shooting a manl
V. I have tho most tremendous admira
tion for myself, for the use 1 have made
of my opportunities. I started as the son
of a broken down nobleman, my material
assets being a trumpery title. My best
chance was to marry one of tho vain and
shallow rich women of America, nnri 1
succeeded In marrying tho very richest of
them, Sho was a widow with an enor
mous fortune that her husband, a rapa
cious brute, had wrung from. the toll of
thousands In torturing mines. Following
nis mcmoa, i disposed of the woman,
then of her daughter, and camo into pos
session of the fortune. It would have
Deen a silly thing to leave such vast po
tential power tp a chit of a girl unable
to use It or appreciate It. I have made
myself a force throughout Europe, i have
overthrown ministries, averted wars, built
up great Industries, helped' the develop
ment of literature and art In short. 1
havo made amends for the brutality and
dishonesty of the lady's first husband. 1
believe his name was Mike.
VI. 1 nm afraid of this girl's dreams.
I can control her body, and when she Is
awake 1 can more or less control her
mind, but 1 cannot control her dreams.
Coquenil was pressing on through
tho pages when a harsh voice broko
In Upon ulm. "You seem to have nn
Interesting book, my friend."
Looking up with n start. M, Poul
snw De Ileldelmann-Uruck himself
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WnEN AND WHERE TO LOOK servers, In tho glare of the bright
FOR II ALLEY'S COMET, sky, while passing the sun on May
18, and thereafter tho comet will be
There AVcro Two More.
A census enumerator went to tho
homo of F. M. Carter, in Santlam
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
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Portland-HIIlsboro Inter . . 8:55 a.m.
Portland and inter 11:16 a.m.
Portland and inter 2:00 p.m.
Port., Tualatin, Hillsboro. 3:20 p.m.
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Portland and Inter 6:20 p.m
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local Arrive From.
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r n i . j . rt
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any to maice nis onumorauon, .wnon rortiana and inter 8:30 p.m
thoro wore seven in the family, ! Portland Theater train. .10:40 p.m.
twins, n boy and girl, having been
tho night. Albany
Not Sorry for Blunder.
"If my friends hadn't blundorod
In thinking I was a doomed victim' of
consumption, I might not bo allvo
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snw every attempt to cure a lung
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This wondorful llfo-saver is' an un-
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UNITED rBESB LEASED WIBD.l
San Francisco, May 12. Professor
W. W. Campbell, director of Lick
observatory, has given out the fol
lowing interview concerning Hal-
"From now on, observers who are
not In tho strong glare of electric
lights should have no difficulty in
obtaining a good view of tho comet.
They should look for it duo east just
before the first traces of dawn ap-
pear, aoout ten degrees above tho
horizon. The brilliant starlike object
an evening object.
"Its head for a few evenings will
bo Just a few degrees north of the
west point. Unfortunately, tho moon
will interfere with views of tho tail
quite seriously, I think for several
Wo are all dreamers of dreams in
some form or other. Let them b
pleasant dreams, not nightmares.
" " " i" man is generally presumed. It will
planet Venus. Tho comet will be be a surprise to many to learn that
about ten degrees farther north than ' mro deaths result from It tha'n from
Venus and a little farther above tho fffJ 'ivo Pneu,nonIa often re
v,n,.i., mi, ,, i , . su,ts from Chamberlain s Cough
horizon. Tho tail will be seen point- Remedy has been used in many epi
ing upward and to the right, directly , demies of whooping cough, and al-
away from the sun.
Best View in About Ten Days.
ways with the best results. Delbfirfc
McKeig of Harlan, Iowa, says of It:
"XT. VA.. ..-il- t. 1. . i ,
inpi, t ..i ...... "j lYiiuuiJiiiK uuuku wnen
x mowuiiK ybW ui mo comei mno months old. Ho had It in the
Bhould improve as it gets closer to winter. I got a bottle of Chamber
us, until May 16 or 17. The head Iain's Cough Remedy which proved
will then probably be vlslblo for ??,d: , cannot recommend it too
three or four days, to ordinary ob- Jgfi Fr 83,0 by aU g00d dru'
"FADE AQAINSTTIIB WAIifcl HANDS IIlallT
standing in tbo open doorway. His
hands were thrust carelessly In his
coat pockets. (
"Hands up!" And Coquoull obeyed. ,
".My pistol is on you lu this side pock
et, if you move I'll shoot through
tbo cloth. Htund over thero!" cuuio
the order. "Kaep ugalnst tbo wall!
Hands high: Now keep still!"
Coquenil did as lie was bidden. Ho
stood ugalust the wall, while quick
Angers went through his eiothes; he
felt bin pistol taken from him. then
Bomethlug soft uud wet pressed under
his rnwtrlls He- unified, nnd n weet
Ish. nil Ut'iilnp breath tilled nis lungs
Iron ttrnm tit-id hliu Helpless. He felt
hlmselr drifting Into uui-oukcIoumihw
and strove uilnl.v agnlnnt It. He Uiew
ho had lost the buttle; there wus until
ing to hope for from this umn-notii-lug.
Well. It hud been a flnlsh tight,
and one or the other hod to go. Uc
was tba one; ho was golDg--golng.
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
Leavo West Salem ror:
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
. .., ; 9:00 a. m.
Dallas', Falls City 'and Black Rock
1:30 and 4:35 p. m.
Sunday Trains for:
Dallas & Black Rock .
9:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. m.
Trains Arrive at West Salem from
Dallas 8:15 a. m.
Black Rock and Dallas , .12:20. p. m.
Falls City . v;f .4:15 p. m.
Sunday Trains from:
Dallas .8:15 p. m.
Bhick Rock 1:45 p. m.,and 5:30 p, m.
Trains stop at all Intermediate
Salcm-SIIverton Auto Stage,
Lquvq Cottage Hotel, Salem 7:30 a. m
Arrlvo at Sllvertou 8:30 a.-m.
Lonve Sllvorton Hotel. .. .8:45 a. m.
Arrive at Salem 9:45 a. uu
Lv'o Cottage Hotel, Salem 4:00 p. m.
Arrlvo at Sllvorton 6:00 p.m.
Leave Sllvorton Hotel, . . .5:15 p. in.
Arrive at Snlom. ....... .6:15 p. in.
EDMUNDSON HOYT, Prop.
BECHTEL & BYNON'S BARGAINS
(To bo Continued.)
"No-Drip" Is the most CTQver little
silvered Coffee Strainer ovor invont-
i od. Get one freo from Dr. Shoop,
lltnclno, Wis., by tho Coupon Plan.
Tho Coupon and Dr. Shoop's now
uook on Health Coiroe sent to nny
lady roquostlng them. You can triok
any oue by Becretly serving Dr
Sbopp's Health Coffee at meal time
Your visitor or your husband will
declare ho Is drinking ronl coffee
and yet there Is not a grain of real
coffoo in Dr. Shoop's Health Coffoe.
Pure grains, malt, and nuts glvo
Health Coffeo Its oxqulslte taste and
flavor. No 20 to 30 minutes tedious
boiling. "Made In a minute". Trv It
AU Patent Mr Hemes or medlcluea ad- from your grocer and gat a pleasant
ertlsod in this paper are for sale a surprise. 1 lb. package 25c. J. W.
Don't wnsto so much forco In
i boasting ot what you do. Bo groat
in doing bo harmonious.
A Good Farm
If you havo investigated farm
conditions you know that tho land
on the Salem nnd Howell prairies is
as rich as any in this section of Ore
gon. Wo aro headquartera for land
in these sections, and havo listed
somo flue farm properties there.
AVo have ono especially fine" place
of 198 acres, with improvement
such as you soldom find on a farm,
for tho house :s plumbed in a mod
ern manner, has bath, toilet, lava
tory, sink,' hot and cold wator, etc.;
fine barns nnd other outbuilding's.
Tho place is fenced and cross
fenced; thero Is a small amount of
timbor, Just enough for wood for tho
njneo; thero Is a nice family orohard.
with borrloe, etc. Tho land Is most
all under cult'vatlon nnd Is all in
crop. Located Jnst four mllos from
town on a good road, closo to school.
This Is a lino place and can be
bought right. Price .125. Reason
able terms can be arranged.
HOMESEEKERS t ATTENTION !
The only cas drug store in Oregon,
iwes no ono, una uo oue awei
i; carries large stock: Its shelve
juuters nnd show oases nro loaded
ith drugs, medlcltitts, notions, toilet
trtloles. wlnee and. liquors ot al'
t ds for madlaltinl inrpf
'one is a regular graduate In raedl
elno and has had mrny years ot ex
perience in the practice Consulta
lona are free. Prescript an are
Saves un town Man's Life.
The very grnvo roomed to yawn
before Robert Mttdsen, of West Bur
lington, Iowa. when, after soven
weeks In tho hospital, four of the
best physiclnns gave him up. Thon
was shown the marvelous curative
power of Hleotrjo Bitters. For. after
eight months ot frightful suffering
from liver trouble and yellow jauu
dlee, getting no help from other
ramcullas nr Hnntrra flva )ui,i.
For ft burn or aeald arnly Cham- free, and only reeular htm. to- mod- thin matrhlftoa tmwllnlna MiAmlatol..
brlatn8 Salv. It will allay the palo icine. Dr. Stone ruo b und at pit curd him. It is positively guaranteed
' . . ' "" turtle Ktorti. Uaiuj. Or i niu T la tha f " 1 a'u"1-" i.nur r m 'ney -'
Injurad parU. For sale by all gotHl I uWl .. :r.' , " T 6 I ble. and never disappoints. Only
aruggisis. Jwium cqc at J. C. Perry.
Some Good. Hotthos
We have a good 7-room house on
12th street In Yew Park, strlotly up-to-date,
well arranged, motlom
plumbing, flroplaco. finely located.
anu a rem bargain Only $2800.
For ?2G00 wo can do'lver a now
nnd modem home of sovon rooms In
South Salom. This place has all tho
convoniencos you will ask for when
looking for a home.
We havo a snappy 5-room bunga
low, in South Salem, tho finest resi
dence district of tho city. This bun
galow is new and modern In every
detail, on a fine lot 50x100 ft. Can
be bought at a very reasonable price,
only $1700. Four moro lots can bu
bought with this bungalow, if de
sired. All good buys. Investigate
Several other nice liouses ln South
Salom, and somo cheap lots, now la
All kinds of lots In North Salom.
cheap buys, you can't afford to miss
these. See us at onco.
Remember wo havo the fineet list
of farms in tho city locatod in Polk
and Marion counties, at very reason
able prices. Somo dandies in Polk
county choap. Call on us and wo
will prove to you we can show the
J. O. SCHULTZ & CO.
Rooms 1 and 2. Bush Bank Bldg.
20 ncros of as fine land as you
can find in these parts. On a good
road, closo to school, extra fine black
soil, all In cultivation and ready for
Immediate delivery. Our prlro
?150 per acre.
A Good Lot
Good lot on Cottago streot, Just
opposite Baptist church, in Boise's
Second addition; $550; $100 down,
balaneo to suit.
nKCIITEL & I1YNOX
S47 Slftto St, Ground Floor
GEO. 0. SAVAGE,
For Farms and City
iaa a commercial st.
A. O. SXnTH & CO.'S BARGAINS
36 acres; house, barn, orchard;
15 acres in cultivation, balance.jjas
turo and timber; all fine land on
good road in good location, fine
dairy ranch; only $4200.
40 acres in sight of Salem, good
house, barn. 2 acres all kinds fruit,
extra. fine land on flno road; an ideal
home, all in cultivation, well fenced.
100 acres .in Salem pralrio. in sight
of Salom; all in cultivation and
crops. Well fenced, on extra god
110 acres; good 7-room . house,
good barn, orchard all fenced, 40
ncres In cultivation, balance timber,
In 1 mllo of town. Only $55 per
Good 6-room modern cottage,
closo In, only $1700, on installments.
Now 6-room house and large lot.
Three good lots on Installments.
Two fino residence lots, close In;
20 acres on 8alem pralrlei close
In, on fine road, all in crop, flno
land. Only $3100.
We have good houses in all parte
of the city for sale cheap.
Houses to rent
A. O. SMITH & CO.
M l State St. Phone 1S07