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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON.
WEDNESDAY MORNlING, 'NO VE?XBER 1 1
tat w-r .
I. (tit Insertions).... M
es.' coatrsct, pf mo..l5
?r.u" ooetrart, per mo..l2
nitj IXSCRAXCE SOCIETY
Itiea. BoUuid & Burghardt
371 8tat St.
"TlONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Orcr Ladd & Bosh Bank)
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
gftjOT Oregon Building
.-CONFINEMENT CASES .U
ite hospital 1 of c,ui
irtt Phone 193. -
,H. one who ran work n,0
iffire work u,l collccling. Stc.lv po-
...r the riKht party 1 1"
MOter in vo.ir own -handwriting. Ad
TtfT BROWN BAG EM It KOI
BEDROOM, ' 353
,0 . . 536tV.
I T FLOWERS. POTTED TLANTS
139H S.,uth 13th it. Tbona 1M .
1 . ixvi- vn unfiiv -
1'OR SALE r - - Ph
works srnitie -
BBIOOT OAT fOM"r
trsw, oaiea, t ' 7"
-,SXEDL.,TE MODEL FORD PRE-
I1 1 . Vi a n . Wilt na
U. Fhone 7i.
13PWHCNCED, RELIABLC Biuw
ia desires pojuion.
LofT LAVELIER. DROP SETTISG 01!
Jiunonif ana larqiwuc. 1
ttk in owner. Reward. Phone 1711..
CHICKEN". FRUIT AND wkul.i
rsaraca in ano near .-stem. o, - uu
10-arra tracts, 100 to 10W per acr
smrding io improrementa. rarm of
rCT fcaies from $750 op. Phone 807.
PETTEY S REALTY CO.
83114 State Street.
WALDO HILLS FARM
.... .. . . , . I
1M seres best soil, all in cultivation i.t
- , .
iu seres ei pasiure ...u V'" I
crsrs, bwiciii a f. m v --- ,
lirr barn, rarage. other buildings:
sting well witii gas engine and tank
piped to all buildings: 50 acres in fall
wWat. One of the best farms in Sa
tm vicinity, $150 an acre with termv
Wnla consider some Salem property.
BARBER & PEARSON
200 Gray Bldj.
FOR SALE SEWING MACHINE
and Plymouth Rock hens. 1230
North Liberty. Phone 848.
Notice ts hereby given that I
have impounded the following
('.escribed dog in compliance with
Jrdinance No. 1 4V4 t-it: One
ina'.e, K?n-natrea. tine ana vei-
. . . s. a A t
ow spotted mongrel, weight
Lbout.45 pounds. The above, des
cribed do? will be killed if not
Irtdeemed by owner, on or before
ISoTember 22nd, 1920, as provid
ed by Ordinance.
W. S. Low, Strert CounnisHr.
! Nov. 15, 1320
ISOTK'H OF CHANGE OF GRADE
ON HIGH STREET FROM
IMOX STREET TO DIVISION
Notice is hereby given ihat the
rommon t'onncil deems it cxpcdl-
nt so to do and hereby declares
lis nnrrtftHA an. I ' intpiition' . . t.
f-knr th. fren A a ttfc.K lre.t !
t'rom tho north line of Union
itreeL to tho north Hue ol h-
44 Street, said grade Khali ct-n-!ora
to the grades indicated on
plan designated "Plan of prude,
'or (be improvement of High
street from Union Street-to Div
ision Street, No. 3," which was
Med. ia tha office of the City UC
wder on the 15th day of Nov
"abcr. 1920t which said plan is
ereby referred to and made a
rt hereof for a more detailed
Inscription or the proposed
By order Of the Common Coun
.' ; EARL RACE.
i fitv Ppcnrilpr.
Pte of-firrt publication of ihis
0tiC4 is Xnvmlr 17. 192ft.
Adopted by the Common Council
to 15th day of November. 1920.
Attest: : EARL RACE.
. ' ..City Recorder.
liOMFIX THE COUN
"j. m aiui4ie s;sd woman for l:ght
aesveksepiag. rWn 27 F4.
tXlTiJ.T Ht'EKF.EPER. BY WID-
boTs; must be neat anl
"'ned trtdow er single lady not ovti
Address C33. care States-
4CZ?T R SUXUAY SCHOOL OR CHURCH
iJL I . " homes of primary and
ITT ",Wr- Position fr two
Wtej" 'WT ,li0- B,7
- aruva conn:ireu. Dtate
..:-." , care surnmin.
In.. -,' i.r.Att I'ltl.siiAU
kptf. "., 1 er IS years of age.
statesman office, upstairs.
nsnTB0T T0 HmMNTlLINO
Ssy.jjj ,lt Api.ijr blatesreau o.lice,
HorsE HAS OPEN INt'J FOR
'nsisi- 21 "f school
'snJ' t selling but rc.jnires
an,, nendalile man who can
hir-xT?. n 'i.oking to a fntiire.
,r ersfu rl'e'ie allowance, es-
eH!r L " iH Vt prod-l-wr Sl
i,' application or write Mr.
tils. nT", "'"'I Mjrrtin. No telophoae
'-J'ualilicalioiis. One piiune.
s Aat rs -
Isi, ,, "" "KN AXD WOMEN TO
NWHitMV,Mir BKeriptions. A eood
P...?" !? he right peonle. Address
Sl,w, Ori Moad, Statesman Bids.
BEAUTIFUL WALL T1STS. 3 ANT
new eolcrt lOe pound sad no. Mm O.
Barcn. 17" X. Ccm'l St.
BEAUTY PARLOUS. WELL KSTAB
lished business, excellent location, start
right in making money. Must sacrifice
account ill- health. lon't wis this
v rhinre. Address Madame ( uttis, i'Jl
North 23rd t.v Portland, Or
LIBERTY BONDS UOl'tiHT A Nil HOl-P.
Hawkins k Koberts. 203 Oregon bldg.
WE HAVE SOME GOOD FARM 1I0RT
rim to sell.
Oregon Bldg. Sajem.
THE NORTHWEST POULTRY JOUR
eal, h biggeet and test in the west.
Tde lira magaaine for live poalirymea.
7sc a year, $1.00 in Salem. Bead 5
cents - sample lodav. Address The
Northwest Poultry Jottraval. Saleaa, Ore
gon. Menticn tn.a
IF TOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, aend 15e to The Paeif le
Homestead. Salem, Oregon, for a three
Dionthi trial subscription. Mention thia
FOR SALE JIASDSOME LtTTLE
Shetland pony. Phone 1341M.
COATS FOR SALE CALL 3K3 .BEFORE
7 p. m. -
FOR SALE PAIR OF WOOD LADDERS
a mower and, a corn planter. Phone
APPLES BALDWIN, OANO, SPITZEN
berg, Ben Davis. Rome Beauty. Low
prices in 5 or, 10-box Vots, drlivered.
Ward K. Richardson, phone 494.
STANDARD' EXCHAJiOE, 342 NORTH
Commercial street,' diamonds, watches,
musical instruments .guns,' clothing,
shoes, etc. Both . new and Died goods
bonght. sold or exchanged.
ONION'S OOOD QUALITY. $2 25 PER
hundred, delivered. Phone 43F11.
CABBAGE FOR KRAUT. DANISH BALL
Head, wild, well trimmed. Bny now
while price is low; $1.50 per 1U0 lbs.,
d.lirered. Ward K. Kichardi.cn. l'bone
STRAWBERRY PLANTS STRONG
vigorous, well rooted. Any quantity;
Oregon, Marshall, Magoon. Trebla, F.t-
terburg No. 121, Et ters burg N. 80,
Gold Dollar, Wilson, Progressive Ever
bearing; 100 of each variety, $9 post
paid, or 100 each of any four. $1: lr
4ieered in city. Quantity prices inter
esting. Ward K. Richardson, 2395
Front street. Phone 494.
WINTER VEGETABLES '
Boston Marrow S.iaash, lb 2j
Green Hubbard S(nash, lb 2e
Golcen Hubbard Squash, lb. ........ 2c
Pie Pumpkins, lb 2c
Onions, per lftO lbs ...$2 0o
Carrots, per 100 Ins .-1.30
Potatoes. n.-r lOO Jli: . .
,.,hv.,. ' ' ...
vaoosgn, per xv ids.. . .
WARD K.. RICHARDSON.
FOR SALE TRUCK CHAINS A.LL
SIZES. CAPITAL JUNK & BAR-
OAIX HOUSE, 215 CENTER ST.
CAPTIVITY OF THE OATMA OIRL8
This true atory of western immigra
tion has been carefully revised, making
a handsome little book. It tells in
. graphic terms of the massacre of the
. M : m . v .
Oliva! . Mary died of starvation and ooi iI,U k,od,' ar
OHv was rurrtased frwn the India-. ' JJ"4
five rears liter. The or ice i. 20 eeatsL '. Tred Schtndler. 238 Center
- VW.ainm .el A We.waa.at Ta..nk.
Crwss'wiias aua www vsv.waj 4k VatiUwl 9
onthly, Salem, Oregon. .
"WALLBOARD" CAN BE USED OVER
lath or studding. Can be tinted er
papered. Max O. Bursa, 179 North
"WALFELT YOUR HOUSE; IT"S
aaperior to elvth, at about half price.
Max O. Buren. 179 N. Com'l St. ,
WALL PASTE.- NO COOKING -RK-ejuired.
Slicks everything. Max O.
Buren. 179 N. Commercial stnot.
SACKS, SCKS FOR SALS 100.000
train," oats and potato sacks. Capital
Junk snd Bargain House, 215 Center
atreet. Phone 39.
CALL THE SALEM FUEL TARD3 FOR
jroor wood and enal; office 752 Trade
street. Phone 529.
SECOND GROWTH -AND OLD FIR
Iff-INCII AND FOUR-FOOT. SPE
CIAL PRICE ON CAR IOT8.
PROMPT DELIVERY.' STRICTLY
CASH ; 305 SOUTH CHURCH ST.'
rilONK 1342. .
FRED E. WXLLS.
SLIGHTLY USED FORDSON TRACTOR
A bargain. 349 Ferry street.
OLESON MOTOR CAR CO.
349 X. Commercial St. Thons 66S
1920 Chandler, chummy ........$190.)
1920 Chandler, 7 passenger . ....... li5
1917 Ford chasis. new tires, tubes. 250.
Model fo Overland roadster 40
1920 Harley-Iavidsoa motorcycle and
side car at a bargain
Ma ay other ;ood buys in used cars.
USED CAR BARGAINS
Buiek roadster, a snap.
Msvwell. new .paint
Dodge, g ool lny at the price
Old.. I92f. in Jet of shae and be
low market price .
0 ' I
Studebaker Big Six, like new
Several other go! burs will lake a car
in trade. Reasonable teriits. :
Marion Automobile Co.
23.", S. Commercial St. i
Phone sr. '
a fTrnis'ied booms for rent
t S.O l nmn. -sirs, .'lii'-o-n.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FR ON E j
or two refined grnilcuient : 3 bb.eka j
south of State street : 39H S. 21st t. j
tSK SICELY FURNISHED It ED ROOM,
clean pillo : slips and sheets weekly;
e furnish lixhts and bath. $17" per
month, 555 Marion at. Phone 1j24.
FOR REST TO A GENTLEMAN. ROOM
in home with all modern conveniencca.
Address H L- care Statesman
F. L, WOOD,
831 . STATE tT, BJiAl
rent, 121 Marion
MODERN HUN;AMW FOR 'RENT ON
condition thai renter purchase turnip
ttfre, w.xxl. etc.. $20 a owMt!.: -9t
or less will handle. Address tb. care
Read the Classified Ads.
FOUR-FOOT CORD WOOD WASTED
Salem Tile Mercantile Co.
W A N'T E l TO KEXT S.MAI.t. MODERN
: aause. No children, l'bone 1743.
STORE ROOM NOT LESS THAN 20x30,
- good location in business section.
"Slate rnt and location. . Address CtiJ.
WILL "CEXTLEMW WHO BOlt.IIT
wauh from J. A. Kowlaud witii initial
. V. M. engraved on back. pU'ase
couimunic.-te with liror" W . Mi Lean.
Sr. Paul. Ore.
WANTED FURNISHED OR PARTLY
furnished bouse or housekeeping
-rooms, fall -:! and ask for Blodsett.
FOR CARPENTER WORK AND CEN
ersl repa-ring wanted d-ne. rsM
DR. L. M. HUM CURES AXT KNOWJl
disease. 153 8. Huh 8t Ph.na S83.
CHAS. E. TATRO Derangements of the
feet aeientificallT treated. Lady in at
l!!g3,nr'- Room 404 Masonic Temple.
HATS SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hats renovated and blocked 495 Court
WE WRITE INSURANCE OX ANY
thing, in the b.ft old line companies.
r-ee us lor insurance. 1-aflar Jc Latlar,
40l Oregon bu-Min-r.
SALEM T.ATT'SnR'r fntlDiVT ia a
Liberty atreeU Phoae 25. 6ldest '
largest Best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt serrica, 1284
o roadway, roona Ibi.
PAIN TIN O AND PAFERHANOINO
I have gone eiit on an extended visit and
I recommend A. H. Clark (phone
una j) aa a competent workman. Glenn
l. Adams, -i -
MONEY TO MIAN.
LOANS! IX)ANS.l IF YOU WANT
money on city proi-it;, e u-. We
have it on good terms and lew rnte of
interest. Laflar & LaHar, 40C-7 Oregon
REPAIRING AXD SHARPENING
BEN. WHEELER .EVERYTHING BE
paired. General sharpening, chimney
sweep. 342 North Commercial street.
CUTLERY GRINDING: LAWN MOW
ra. aafety raiora, 4M. 8'ewart'a K
air bnop. 847 Cnrt street
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 2S6
State St, phone 933. . Distributing,
forwarding and storage oar specialty.
Oet evir ratea.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
WANTED SECOND-HAND FURNI
ture, rags, carpets, - atovea, mac hi nary
- and tools. Best prieea paid. The Cap
ital Hardware i Furniture Co, 283
N. Com'l St. Phone 947.
STOVES REBUILT AXD REPAIRED
40 years experience; Depot National
fence, sixes 2d to 58 inches high. Paints,
oil and Tarnishes, etc., loganberry and
hop hooks. Salem Fence and Stove
Works. 250 Conrt street. Phone 12 4.
S ECO Nil HAND GOODS
WALL PAPER AND CEILINO PAPER
20e and on double roll. Max O. Ba
: ren, 179 N. Commercial St.
SEE PORTER FOR FAINTS. WALL
Paper And Picture Framing. Good
wtTkmen. 455 Court St. Phnne 485.
Ill 1 T'lii. 1 iisi -mr f-i
PHVSICIAXR AXD SURGEOXS
KATHERINE 8CHLEEF, M. D, PUx
aician and Surgeon. Offices Oregon
building, rooms 411-13. Phono 640,
24. Over Oregon Electrie depot.
SALEM WATER- I LIGHT POWER
Co.. offica 301 South Om'l atreet
Ten per cent diaconat on domestic
flat ratea paid ' in advance. No de
duction for absence or any cause aa
leas water Is ahnt off your premisea.
IDRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL, 509
i C. S. National Bank Bid ,
DR. W. U MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon, KirksvLle
gradaate, 404 and 405 C. S. Natl Bank
building. Phone Office 919, residence
DR JOHS L. LYNCH. OSTEOPATHIC
Physician Surwewa. 403-404 Oregon
Bldg. Phones: Offtee 1394; Res. 68F5.
DR. O. L. SCOTT. P. K. C, CtllK'Ji-UA.
12 I', o. HaaK uus. job
87. Res eixR.
FIVF.-RIMJM MODERN HOUSE FOI
. saif it 1"5 Sotith 1 Mh street, garag--.
to b!oks from ear and paved street.
Immediate possession: a..:nc rrm":
4)wner. 2393 Front street. Phone 4 M
HAVE A SPLENDID FIVERvtM
c.ttage. large oam.
wood shed and three lot on paved
street for $225-f.
A sis room house on paved street at
7 room house and three lots. --ttH,-.KrL
4 room house and wo lots at iiOOV, $ .00
B room bouse, close in at $11.0.
3-room house and garice on j-aved street
at $150. $"0 d-.wit. ......
i;.rwni bungalow, fireplace and l.as-mcnt
at $1500. $5i0 dwn.
7 room house and garase on paved street
at $4500, $.100 h own.
7 room bot.se ai.d sarae. e
HeaiilH"! t"ne oi one of - mest at
raetiv. corners at $ 1 1. O.K.; another
c0 located brauiifallv at $1'.0....
sti!f another one en an attra-tive cor
er at SIM.OO. All tnrve ot toese i'
niod-rrf in every detail aud some of our
l,ev homes. .
S room house, modern in even detail, has
beautiiul lawn, ai $uhio.
C room bangalow on .sved street, garage,
and larsre bit a' $"00. j
Several business its right down town at
corner 2 la xo2j wonl.J be a splendid
investment for someone who is looking
for business property.
:, A furui east of town. 5 acres, ran
f bonxht at a rcaw.nal.le price today
t farm of 32Jj acres norm 01 c..c.m
-i h .11 stock and e-iuipment. $IO.mi..
A farm in Polk county, atwt.t 45 acres
of fruit, re-l lu grain; gooo ms
t $20,000. ,
Many Iota, in apleudid localities for asle
$50O CASH BALANCE TERMS FOR 4
room house, r-ncern except oath. Iot
137(133, pared street. rement side
walks, half block to car. Price $22Sl.
Becke A Hendricks. 2:3 I". K. Natl
bank bid;. Phone 161.
FOR SALE LOOANBEBKY TRACT 8
acres in full leariiic trellired with re
lar pests, rich loam soil. Price 9I0H,
'-a. cash, balance ease payments at 7
ef cent. Hart Jc lluKcr. ".ua Orccoa
A FINE SMALL TRACT WITII !.
Bns. Mriwlierrtca an t Uirin; prunes,
lionoe nerds rcuir. bnt will aiake a
Sood in ome pronertr as well as '
of the brst of kuburl.an homes, a miie
from car ' hue; gwud road lue .tear
THE FLEMINC REALTY CO.
First Class Investments
Nice modern 5-mo in bungalow, 3 good
lots, goad location. $350U. $U'0 down.
6-room cottage. 2 lots, good location
$1 45. terms.
Fine 40 acre tract nrar Salem. 10 acre
in prunes, 4 iu strawberries. 2 in mixed
orrhnrd. fine location $!MH0, termt.
Good 40 acre tract 3 miles from Sales,
30 in cultivation: 4 acres orchard. 2
berries: 2 aets buildings. Price $10.0i)).
Will take Salem residence and eaay
terms on balance.
Farms, acreaye. orchards, km.
PERRINE & MARSTERS
$11-12 Gray Illdg.
7-KOOM HOUSE. PAVED STREET AND
carltne, price $1300.
1 block 8-rom inotlera bouse, complete,
ijt'lO. terms rravmable.
102 acres. Hi in cultivation, heavy dark
soil, choice buildings, place a'.l finished
U4 miles from railroad loan.
190 acre fern, rood buildings, to trade
for town property, terms en balance;
$75 per acre.
SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
V. S. Natl Bank bldg. Phone 470
SPLENDID 8 ROOM PLASTERED
house, small basement, electrie lights,
bath and toilet, on good street, elosa
in; only $2050; $050 down; snap. This
fine property must be aold. Walter Me
I .area. Room 21, ISO North Commer
cial street. Phono 439.
25-ACRE FARM ALL IN CULTIVATION
bouse, barn, well, etc.. 3 miles from
town; all good rich soil. Price $3000.
10 acre tract with fine new cottage, close
in on a good road; this ia a good bay
103-acre farm of good level land. C miles
from Salem. large 1 1 room honve ia
good condition; good barn; 90 acres ia
cultivation: on a rock read, taa be
had for $10,000.
Modern except basement, one 6 room
house and gsrsgo. good barn and twe
lots; fine garden, on ear line. Imme
diate possession for a few days at
S-iouv; $1000 will handle.
If yon want to sclL list with as, and if
you want to buy any kind of real es
tate see as at 442 State ttreet.
OREGON LAND CO.
L A. HAYFORD
303 State Street.
3-room plastered house, close ia on North
Fourth street; modern except heat.
trice S-IMHJ terms.
5- room plastered bungalow, modern ex
cept heat, half block to car. Price
6- rooia house, close in on paved street
Snd car. Price $3300 half cash.
6 room plastered house. Urge lot. Cheap
at $1600. Good terms.
7- room plastered honse. basement, on
paved street and car line. Price $4000
8 room plastered house, close ia on paved
street and ear line, modern. Price
9 room p'asterrd house, on State street;
modern, good garage. Price $6000
18 room furnished apartment honse, elose
in. Price $4800 good terms.
If yon are looking for a good home ia
the city we have it. If yon are looking
for a home on easy payments we have
it. If you are looking for any kiad of
farm or fruit proposition we have it.
L A. HAYFORD
305 State Street.
FIVE-ACRE TRACT CLOE IN. GOOD
improvements. $5250. Five acres close
in, bo buildings. $130O.. 80 area farm.
7 miles out. fine land, soma timber;
rock road, a snap at $100 per acre.
Nice four-room bungalow with barn
and two lots, $1,100. Seven room ban
t' gslow with garage. $J70O. Good aix
room honse, pnved street, good loca
tion, $2250. TUree-room bouse. $J(V).
Dry wood for sale. $7 per cord, also
F. L WOOD
341 State Street. '
C room houe and 2 lots, garage, seme
fruit trees, fireplace in Bouse. Ft ice
5-room bungalow, full basement, electric
licht. built-in features. 2 In's. A few
Iruit trees; a good buy. Price $2250.
1-3 cash, balance terms to suit.
44 seres near electric railroad station:
all In ruUiration, 3 acres pi ones. n
building. Price $5VUO, reasonable
9 acres close to city limits, near ear
line, j acres in bearing fruit. H room
bouse, good bam. well. Price $4H0
$20iO cash, xood terms on bslanee.
MILLS & COPLEY
331 Vi State Street Phone 173
THE FLEMlNti REALTY CO.
Offer three guod farms. inspected I. at
week and app.oved by tiirm as reason
able in listing price, running around
$123 an acre tone at $75i. "1 hey cn
stituie a good buy, e thee one of ihein.
tome in and see us. .S41 State stc-ci.
lMi-acre tract. !3 a-res cultiateL 5
acres timocr, 4'l seres 3 year-old Ilal
ian prunes. ' I'ri.e $l i. per a-re
'20o-aere farm. l'"i acres coltica'e.L bal
ance timber and pa-lure, running we
ter. buildings, ro. k lo.d. Price 1'
l.Vl acres farm. II. acre, enltirated. enmf
buildings. g-oi fences, g oil o:I. Price
$110 per acre.
100-acre farm, an ares ru'.tivated, bal
ance pasture aiul timiM"r; a I machin
er ges. It rows. 3 hore, I't hags.
:;2 acre tract lo-ated close lo Salem on
pased road, good bungalow, barn, dark
prairie Soil. Price SIS.M.irt.
.61 acre tract of g-od lo-an and 'r.f
lierr soil. 4 miics son'"! Pa. i:ic big:i
war. Price $:Ii'M. $7C1 down, bal
ance $500 jer ;rr at 6 per rent in
I f acre trc f ;wi t.ottom sii, bean,
Itisatrd. mll snack, c'n.e in sts
tion on H. P. ra'tcsd. ." mil, so'i'h "f
Salem. Pri.-e '-'J'M', f 7" I io n. ha!
..".-aero tract located mi'e eat f
Macleay. 33 acres crlt.vaied. balance
t.miwr. Price $'...0. $lfM O J..wn. bal
sure l' l"r cent interest.
an .ere inn located east ff halcm, bcr
of soil. Price $230 per acre.
Well improved 1. 1 acre home. g'd bun
galow, bam. fruit. B-md road; will cssn
sider residence io S'alein up lo $.1300
as pail payment.
H .H-a.-re traci located south of Salem,
,Tk';3 - ho":;: ru.VT.;i:
pnC $ ;50.
:n..rr, prune orchard locif-1 s-.utn Ol
Salem; will consider reside.,, e proper
iA-tV " ' "rl 'Tmnt- e
14tj-acre tract, r. acre. lgans. tj acres
of cherries, small 1 room house, good
location. 1'n.e casn.
10 acres of first class prune orchard. i
cated 4 miles south. 8 aad l'l- ears ld.
W. H. Grabcnhorst & Co
THESE ARE PRICED RIGHT 2"
arra. 15 cultivated, timber enoark
for a bo -it UiK) cords of wood. 3 St
miles out. roe to paved road
$2250: 7.k cati. AIo a gawd
gaalerrv field lr sale. Magre toom
-a. corner Stta aud Contmrrtial
FOR KAI.K STRICTLY MODERN 7
roo hoae. c!ok in. rasv ps.tmepts.
imme'tia y"ja. Hart and Mailer,
2U Oregon bldg.
NEW BUNGALOW NEAR JASON
l.ea rhnr--h ia North Salem. Owaers
anu.t sell ea account vf luioes tsk
lug them to Port'aad. Part of pur
chase trice anay be uaid la a.uatkly
inalallmebts l.ke rent. Price $3JSo.
A C IMIHRNSTEDT
401 Masonic Temple. Salem. Oregon
4 ROOM O ITT AGE OV I7:h STREET,
and twl lt for $l-,0; $V" rah
balaave $l" per month. vr for a term
of jears at 6 p r cent. It i a good
bay. J oli. i II. Scott lica'tv U. 2Ja
tlrejn bld. ,
NOTICE .VKXtM MODERN III Mi A
low in excellent condition Wilis garaxe,
located on State t'.t. Price "77i.
Half ca.'i, la!. nee 3 irirt at 7 per
W. H. tilt ABENHORST t CO.
275 State Street
BARGAIN 5 ROOM IU NGALOW WITH
built in kitrhen. basement a..d alcrp
IKg polru. located half M..ck from
paved street and car line. Price. $2.'mi
120 cah. balance $15 jr month,
interest 6 per cent.
W. II. t.KAHKMIORST k CO.
27j Stite Street
FOR SALE 10 A RES CtXiD LAND.
5-rvoia hoae, drilled well and wovt a
wire fence. Lor a ted close t Oregon
electric ststion. Price $22t; $i'0
down, bslanee terms.
W. 11. CUAHKMiOKST k CO.
273 State Stret
FINE 40 ACRES
On paved highway. 3 miles from Ralem ;
close to school and station. More than
half ia under caltivalioa and la'ance
ia fine pssture with abundance of liv
ing water; all raa be raltivated aa.l
aboal tt aeres can be irrigated witko.it
expense. Fvcelleal soil: auildiags aro
only fair. Price $12.hm: ihi cash,
or will take food ama'l tract a part
KINNEY & SMITH
469 State Street. Ground Fkr.
33-ACKE FARM. 3 MILES OUT OF
good road., two barav fine well with
water at stem, b room aoae. for
and will iske some city oreoertr.
Good 1' -story aoc f 7 ra oms. mJern
except basement and fnmeee. $r5'i.
Fine new cafinished bungalow of 3 rooms
modern come in and see it.
LOOSE 8c PATTON
370 's State Street. Phoae 947
10 acres. 3'i acres bearing Itgaaa. f.m
ily orrhar.i. balaare garden. 4 room
Bungalow, barn, cnop. paved road, 1
mile of Salem. $0500. terra.
3 acres, good boose, barn, one mile from
Salem, pared road, f J2o, $1250 rath.
balance i per cent.
24 acres, 5 bearing prunes, -'sore en I
tivated. 9-roora aoase. barn, catekea
and n.ilk bone. T mile from town
pavd road. $500.1. 'i cash.
130 acres. K5 cleared. 3- pasture. 10 tim
ber, family orchard, best of soiL roll
ing; y room hoae with concrete ce'lar.
larte barn, well fenerd. t mile from
town, $13,000, Va cash, balance 6 per
3 acre, bearing pr-ines. ia ftn condition,
drier worth half the prie of pi see. 3'i
miles from State street. SCXH. $J !t jO
rash, balance per cent.
Ssriiahr modern H room bonxalow. best
location in Salem. $r.NW, very easy
lernts. tlwner wikes to leave city.
Strictly modern 3 room bungalow, garage,
paved street, winters w.nd. $i.i.
Modern 7 nwnii, best location, close to
school, paved street, ij block grnnnd.
b.ts of frnit aad shade, $V1on terms.
New ., room modern bungalow with base
ment. $nifO, $25o cash, balance 7
per cent .
5-room house. 7 blocks from Sfate street.
rlao in, SlOo.i. $u cash, balance
eae terms to suit
D. D. S0C0L0FSKY
341 State St.. Bajna Bldg, Rwm I
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion Creasery & Produce Ci
Salem, Oregon. Phone 2483
PI HL1C NOTICE.
NOTICI-: OK HKAitlAG OK 1TX-
Aij .mm xt.
Notice is hereby uiven that the
final account of Flora I'.ishop.
administratrix of the estate of J.
A. Hishop. deceased, mas duly
filed in the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Marion coun
ty, on the 22nd day of October.
1920. and that on that date the
County Court da: .entered an
order fixing Monday the 29th day
of November. 1920. and the hour
"of 10 o'edork a. in., at the court
room of said court in the City
of Salem. Marion county. Oregon,
as the time and fdace for the
hearing of objection to such
final account and the settlement
thereof, at mhich time any per
son interested in said estate may
ppiear rv.H file objections to said
account or the tstilenifnt of the
said estate, and contest the ame.
Don't take purgatives lor Coss
tlpatlon Hsey act Isarslxly
Uiey overstrain the tflcllcatc
mamhrane and lavc fllaC
Boivcls in a worse condition
than before. II
! "Ncrvooisnesfi. or ! I Appe-
TllC-U4NSV ffBlt Bt aCfl it Mf f M
! Ij CARTER'S LITTLE UVCR
TILLS lake one llr each
TflCll tad OBC at Ixdtl ! A
cw diyi treatment Wtll Pt
Stomach, Llvo asrtf BmwlB
- ls - nrp s-
The Story of a Honeymoon
1 Wondfrfal RomJiare of Married
Life WoaWfUr Toltl bj
WHAT REAL LINK IS THERE
THE "OTHER M US. GRAHAM'
s. L STRIVING TO SHOW?
"Mr. Graham w ishetl me to pre.
eent h's eCMs to ton for not
appearing at the lea table." said
the "ol her Mrs. Graham." as she
pie.-fr.l another rttp of tea upon
me. "but he really in't wll
enough yet to see people. A
soon as he i better be will thank
you .In person for those lovely
poi )ou wnt him while he wa
in the hospital."
1 loved the word "poMea" on
her lip. It was in keeping milh
the fjaiut. old-fahioned charm ol
this woman, whose fare was like a
rlolftered nnn'a In Its iearlul
neM. but whose manner mas a
xprtthtly aa a rirUs.
"I shall be glad to meet hita.
I returned primly, and hated my-
nelf lecaue I rould not l more
spontaneously friendly in my
manner. The truth was. how
ever, that the little service pin at
Mrs. Graham's throat fascinated
me. I wa so lost In the bitarrf
theories I had evolved at the first
sight W it that I found it hard
work to kep my share of the tea
taMe conversation coherent.
l think you're admiring ray
service pin. my hostess said as j I
she intercepted a fleeting glance
of mine, -it's pretty. Isn t It?'
she went on detaching It and lay
in? It In my hand.
"Exqula le." I said admiringly,
and. Indeed, the trinkrt deserved
the adjective. My lips refused to
forui a question concerning it. bat
the "other Mra. Graham" most
have seen the one In my eyes, for
she answered as promptly as if my
query had been a sioken one.
"Yes. my only son. Hugh, is a
captain in the army," she said,
and ther? mas a glow In her face,
a light in her eyes that shewed
what pride mas hers In her absent
I pretended to choke over my
t?a. It was th- only snbterfu&e
I could th'nk of to keep from be
traying my agitation, r'or I was
sure that my wild, fantastic the
ories had been more than Justified
that the wounded officer whom 1
knew as Captain llu;h Grantland.
mas in r-ality Captain Hath Gra
Curiously enough my first emo
tion after the shock of the confir
mation bf ray theory was one of
hot anger, not only against my
wounded officer, but hia mother.
Roth I cons.dered had deceived
me greatly. What right bad the
mounded officer not only to give
a false name, but to convey the
impression that h" had no home,
when such a mother and haven
as this mere walling for mm 7 j
"There. That'a Fitter!-
And I was also sure that my
hostess knew of her son'a pres
ence In the hospital and of hi res
cue of me. 1 remembered her
sharpness of tone when I men-1
tioned the hospital, aad her lame
She vas hovering above me
tjw like a motherly bird.
"Yo'i poor child!" she sa'd. hi-
! tine in v shoulder in the tline-hon-
rrd mistier for renin. Ing the
cause of choking. "Th-re. that's
better! Iiink this now. and she
held a jtlas of Water to my. Hp.
I nw&lluwed the draught rM Bl
fully, aitr ji:,li. t tourse. I per
mittrd the hoicss no inkling ol
my feeling. My pride bad come
to my rescue, and it enabled me
to say steadily as I leaned back
in my chair:
"Please pariion my awkmard
ness. I m mi subject to these
choking spalls. You mere speak
ing of jour son. Horn proud joo
must be of him!"
"Indeed. I ai." he repllel
proudly; then I saw hr Hash a
glance at my own dress, where
there was no Kn of a similar pin.
In an Instant sh had averted her
ey. and I f;i once more the old
humiliation that my hnshand's at
litude toward the great struggle
mas one of such secerning apathy.
"I-t me show jou my son's pe-
tur-." he said, rising, and I
knew that with her 1411 ck intui-
lion he had fathomed my feeling.
and with ta't mas sklrtinr the
subject gracs-Ily. "Yon know a
mother i always ready to hho
her thild's putute. ard I th;n
I 11 1 st . vt e", - ' -
and litt girl is esrHa!!y hI."
Ill wife and I til- girl!
I mas clad that my mU-ts bad
gone into th- rMim fiotn whtrh
the teranda itttng rHini ;e--d.
i vim o w unaiie i ;- iui .
as I be-ard her word. I lrid to
tfil ntyff that it man only th"
upsetting of ny pr-ctn-eied ldc
of th inn: ottndd otf'crr
which made me aeitatr-d at
s.r,. tut 1 faih-d miM-rablv i
Yet my mounte d pride- a id tan-
ilv enabi-d me to m-Ihw.I m :'a
into Jut the proi-r amonnt of
casual courtesiiis .ttt-irt h -ri
? my nostra mnrseii mmt'z
1 lar?t i.hotosrjph nf an t
lv rowl-lo.king rhap satevi in
side a young motnan mith a s't. ,
M-ri..ti fare, and leet we n Ih-ii a ;
ravlshlngly pt"tty little gil ot
jm?i haps Z )-cars. i
'There, that is my son." th--.
"other Mis. Crahams' hand.,
ing me the jihotosraph.
I lookrd at it searrhliiRtv. Tb" 1
ricturd fare ws no in in- thl of
th woundr.I offircr than it
of my own! i
tTo be lont uti'-.l i ,
'Cheer up. IMck. ld i.isn
Absence makes tb- bear. :n
in ' fom er. u Vn w.'
"II nnt th! The IroaMe it
he no means suri it's haviag
: same effect npoa the girl." l'o
Amusement Fend Boosted
by Penitentiary Show
Inmate! of the Mat peniten
tiary mere Bett'd about J7 by
the lree t,erformancei of tLe
rricri in.ltxJy DtlnttreU Thtr-
. . FriJay and SaturJjjr night
o'. lat "fek. TTie rt:oBe-' von
ivtn tbe prUca iMBeinrnt fund.
The isrua rerilpf f the thre?
r-rfiirraanr mere $IIm. and
eps-n were ia the n itLbor
hood of J3'.
Makes SKog flfe rV
Staining z&T A ' vSv
BLACK TAH WHITE OX BLOOO BROWMX
THURSDAY, NOV. 18,1920
1 pw at 1063 CHE3IEKETA STItEET
All of rny Furniture; am sroinff to California.
Watch paper for the advertisement.
Phone 1177 AUCTIONEER
Thursday, November 18, 1 o'clock p. m.
10C3 Chcmeketa Street, SaJem, Oregon
1 Aldrich Piano, nearly new; C dininj chairs; 2 rug's
10x12; 1 library table; 1 dining table; 3 beds complete;
1 t aba ret, 2 rockers; 1 kitchen safe; 1 ran;re nearly
new; 1 heater: 1 new washing machine; 2 tubs; 1 ew
inu machine; 3 white chairs; 150 quarts of fruit; 3
electric iron; 2 sacks of flour; 50 glasses of jelly; 3
rajr rujrs; empty fruit jars; 2 water buckets; 1 coal oil
can; 1 tea kettle; 1 breakfast table.
A lot of this Furniture b nearly new. I am leav
ing tho city and mint sel.
Sec Salterlec if yx: vant a sale
E.M.CADY, G. SATTERLEE
10G5 Chcmeketa Street
'tUea.pt from All Domtaioa Cooemasont Taxation "
'e .''er Ss,l.,i t
rrovurcx or alxlxta
f.'. (.cncral Obligation Cold Notn
Price: 95.04; Yield 9 per cent
a Tsuitrrt fsom rnoac who now
Too .. . 4 !- Cxts T"S.t I MMkus
I1.. t 'e.. .s Mi S.4 OSl b.s. a"
Uvtt ' . s. S . a l-C IsrAiijct.j , ,
f. vi i w - Si 4 I Se , e
D.ted Mm,.t I I .
r':n i, t i.trT in im si tst;
'..ic. i ...
Rrinw ir-m pwslie si lic.
t W.I ..( 4st
la A4iv,a te g Ceaoral OMlM.a Vsaoa. Tkeoo Aro pereroi try
Uf Ttno Cewentaroa TeUUtac tl.li.:
- K..-.1 ft . i .-...t iiwt V.r.v l.t ,s4 S--sW t.it
i -: m I . t. 4 ' m Sew Tla t sj or at l a s.f f. d
y. -it s iiioi-ssts. ia-.
IxgalMy Approved by Maloce. lalue t, fxns. Toronto.
Tttepkono et Terra Orders at Ov-r Ci pease
MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.
"Too rreater InTraarleal ftossd Hawse'
rttUaad. Or Mams Iiag. 3t it Sutk
CHker OffKs at S-a tile. Taewaaa.
WssS and Saa fraartarsv. CaL
"THE RESTLESS SEX'
Starts Sunday at
THE OREGON THEATRE
Prior ab sad kasge in Price
Portion, City of.
or-ij a .4
! yttml 1.
$tv. -oo svd $!
vsiiiii,r sri ..
$.4 s.V'1 1
isvt I . j .te
. ls -t7
?7 rr s
' r.ie p. - ,
4J '. Cottage .
M.UU DLIlTalT UUlLh.
"eT takin. "
StiniT' ' S'amp. Cor-
,BS Ivitdo, Ohio.
27j btate Hlreet.