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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON.
FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 19. 1920
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TTfc,- eostrset, per mo.. 15a
jtTfcf say ndvartuemeat 25s
M ISCE LIGNEOUS
STRAWBERRY PLANTS j STRONG
vigoroaa. well rooted." Any ! quantity ;
Oregon, Marshall. Ma toon, Trebla. hU
tersburg No. 121. 1'ttersbtifg No. 80,
Uold Dollar. Wilson. Prorreiive Ever
bearing; 100. of each varietyj $8 post
paid, or 10O each of anr fohr. $1: de
livered fin city. Quantity pricra inter
esting. Wart! K. Ruhardsou, 2395
Fr.-nt sirect. Phone 4'4. !
371 State. St.
X. K. FORD
iQTtrUdd & Bash Bang)
HAYrUNS & ROBERTS
LsO' Oregon Uuildtng
FOB SALE TRUCK CHAINS ALT
CAPITAL JUNK i BAR-
HOUSE. 215 CENTER ST.
tZxrtD T.XrERIENCEO COOK. EX
Tt s.Ury if work is ..tiafactpry
in. A. N. Bosh, 97 Cnemeac...
...urM. HTRr, TO -AS'
A5TI.1 a c room and
Phone 6 or call at-,-. "f
CAPTIVITY Of THE OATXAT GIRLS
Thia true atory of western immigra-
lion aaa teen carefully ravieed, making
a handsome little took. It tel'.a in
rranhic terma of the massacre of the
Oatman family, of the eacape of Lo
renzo, and tbe captivity of Mary .and
Olive.. 5 Mary died of atarvatioa and
Olive vii purchased from the Indiana
five yeara later. The price ia SO cents,
postpaid. Addreas Oregon Teachers
Monthly. . Salens, Oregon.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
u yeara experience; Depot National
fence, siiea 26 to 58 inches high. Paiata,
oil and varnishes, etc., loganberry and
bop hooka. galea Fence and Stove
yprha, 250 Coort street. Phone 124.
SECOND IIAXD GOODS
WT Piry AND SELL SfcOOTD HAND
gooue of all kinds, pipe fittings, har
neaa. collars, collar pads, toois, and
chains. Fred Schiadler. 258 Center
WALL PAPER, PA 1ST
WALL PAPER AND CEILING PAPER
20e and. ap doable roll. Mas O. Ba
re n, 179 N. Commercial St.
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS. WALL
Paper and Ptctare Framing. Good
workmen. 4M Coart St. Phone 485.
PHYSICIANS AXD SURGEONS
KATHERINE 8CHLEEF. M. D, PHY-
aictan ana sargeon. unices uregon
bailding. rooma 411-13. Phone 540,
204. Over Oregon Electric depot.
0 r-xMn house and 2 lota, garage, some
fruit tree, fireplace in bouse. Price
31650. oo cash.
5 room bungalow, full basement, electric
ligutv. built-in feature. 3 Ul. A few
fruit tree- a, cod buy. Price 225(1,
1-J rab. balance terma to salt
near eicciric rauroau i a.ivn . ,
all in cultivation. -" irrn nrunea. 6rlurs
sion Street, said grade Khali con
form to the grades Indicated on
a plan designated ' Plan of grade
for the Improvement of High
Street from Union Street to Div
ision Street. No. 3." which vu
filed In the office of the City Re
corder on the 15th day of Not
ember. 1920. which said plan t
hereby referred to and made a
n.-irf horatrvf tnr m n,..m A i TajI
t f - - - - - mvm Ill i I V s,Tm..V,
.description of the proposed
"WALLBOARD" CAN BE USED OVER
lath et studding. Can be tinted or
papered. Mas O. Bur en, 179 Korth
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER
Co., office 301 Sooth Co-m'l atreet.
Tea per cent diaconnt oa domestic
flat rates paid ia advance. No de
ductions for absence or any cause ma-
lees water is shut off your premises.
buildings. Price $iMu, reasonable
9 acre cloe to city limit, near car
lino. acre in bearing fruit. row
houe. gfK.'d barn. well. Price iiHK
f cash, good term on balance.
MILLS & COPLEY
mi'i State Street , Phone 175
WALFELT": TOUR HOUSE: IT'S
superior to clo-tn, at about half price.
alas u. ourcn, its n. urn I (it. ,
THE FLKMIM) REALTY C.
Offer three good farms, innpecttd t't
weeV and approrel by them a reason
able in lining price, running arennd
tl2- an acre tone at 7ji. J hey con
atitute a good buy, e::her one of theia.
Come in and ee n. 341 State atreet.
THESE ARE PRICED RIQHT 20
arret. 15 cultivated, timber enough
for about 2) cords of wood, 3'j
mile out. close to paved mad
. 3225U; 75 rash. Also a good lo
ganberry field for "sale. Ma gee. room
-9. comer State and Commercial
By order of the Common Coun-
Date of first publication of this
notice is XoTember 17. 1920
after I had dnty Inspected the claimed, and I was glad. Indeed,
photograph of hr niece. 'to that my hostess nnsuspect-
'Oh. how deliRhtfnl!" she es-!ingly translat-d tbe note of re
claimed. "Do tell me about It." lief In my voice into to enthuslas-
"There relly is nothing to1 tic expression of Interest,
tell." I returned mendaciously i "Yes. h sa'lo rst week." tha
"Her nure and mine knerr each ' "other Mrs. Graham replied.
othr very well, and I saw hef j ' Itn'l It monderfuir"
quit frequently. She is a niot "Indeed it I retarned
charming woman, and how cloe i heartily. "I actually envy the
ly she resembles you- womm who have the boip Ul
"Do yon really think so? hr training in then? time. They
akd. a pleaiud inflection in her J have such l-on idle-s opportunities
tone, and I drew a d-ep breath ; for arvlce. i'iur niece ought to
of satisfaction that tbe subject ; L especially well avUpted to tb?
had been o stirressfully skirted. ; war work." I added.
For if I read Winifred Hovt's In my tbankf olnea that I was
clear. honeM eyes aright. o word i aoon to be relieved of the possl
of mr ?iperience in tbe hospital ; bility of meeting 5Ii lloyt I felt
a A il 1 if PA9fh Vi an an so s iKtsMiak I r! TiiantaTa-t t1 sir gft ff a Fit 1 K I ft aw TTs! aa .
Adopted by the Common Council I her. She miitht pak casually of i ant concernng her that I could,
this l,th day of November. 1520. her Interesting painT. but of! "She Is." my hostess confirmed
more peron incidents. never; my lateutnt with emphals. m
hTh was of the type of nurse to , th- first place, she's a wonderful
which mr llttl? friend. Katberin i nurse. nd In tbe second place I
Sonnot. belonged, to whom the never saw such d,scretlon as hers,
coincidences, the secrets of her; WheA she lae the hospital sh-
sick rooms were as sacred as lfieemsto Orget everything con-
thv had b-en given to a priest, reeled with It. She rarely men
71 YOU (JOT P(rTTOKS! SEE i..
WATLi rjlir(K,4 or at
"T. . .j.i "C70." statesman.
UJ.IU .11.1." -
SACKS, SACKS FOR SALE 10O.00O
grain, oat and potato sack a. Capital
Junk and Bargain House, 215 Center
street. I'hone 398.
DRY WOOD FOR SALE. PHONE 77F2.
" - ..ir nt TaI E OVELAND
r0 ALla,.a Tern... tbcry, City
CALL THE SAJLEM FUEL TARDS FOR
your wood and coal; office 752 Trade
atreel. fbone 529.
TlYTED-HIDDLE " AGED H0USE-"MiirT-e
eoaatry farm for single
Zi, Jlast he acst and good cook.
Sd hem ler TigBt party. Addrea
Jeffries Bt. 2. Box 2i.
SLIGHTLY USED FORDSON TRACTOR
A bargain. 3-19 Ferry street.
rfAKTMENT , OB. lf"
Addrrs CC" care
VjLVrtD MIDDLE AGED OR EMEU-
h1 lacy tor noascaceping. i toj iiriv
filit FOR RENT SEE WM. FLEM
mi. rUie sirygi. -
SALE ONE S-ROOM AND ONE 8
kaase in paiem on zooa terms, i
aa euppiag at the Oregon Bath House
w a few days. Ca!l and see me.
4. - -
tTRFS. BEST OF SOIL. FAMILY
ard. 4 room house, gwt barn and
Mker wat haildinz. water yatera.
asd hay at 34250. Modern 6 room
sneat en 23rd at- 83500. Nice home.
1 smsss, close in on Liberty st 1MT,
Wi stste, fhone sot.
PETTEY'S REALTY CO.
OREGON LAND CO.
Oal - boue (modern escepj base-
vM garage, barn, tw lots, good gar
V. ea ear line, immediate possession
: tlWH) will handle.
V 1mn -htoe with all modern con
fnseat. close in. only 1 block to car
has, IJOC'0. cry easy payments.
W Ml estate of all kinds and prices.
Ltt as shew yon what we have.
OREGON LAND CO.
442 Stats St, :
"WALL PASTE." SO COOKJXO RE-
quired. Siicka everything. Mas O.
liuren,)i7 a. commercial atrial.
DBS. WHITE AND MARSHALL,
U. S. Kational Bank. Bid.
DR. W. U MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon, KirksvLle
graduate, 404 and 405 U. S. Natl Bank
building. Phone Olfice 919, residence
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Pbyaician Horse. 403-404 uregoa
Bldg. Phones: Of fie 1394; Res. 58F5.
FOR SALE STRICTLY MODERN
room house, close ia. easy payments.
immediate possion. Hart aad Mullcr,
208 Oregon bldg.
NEW BUNGALOW NEAR JASOX
Lee church in North Salem. Owner a
must sell on account of business tak
ing them to Portland. Part of pur
chase price may be paid ia monthly
installments like rent. Price 13250.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
401 Masonic Temple. Salem. Oregon.
DR. O. L. SCOTT. P. S. C, CHIROPRAC-
t..r. 309-12 U. i. K.nk Bllj. l'Uona
87. Re. 82SH.
0LES0N MOTOR CAR CO.
343 X. Commercial SL
Used Car Center.
1917 Saxon Sis ....
A FINE SMALL TRACT WITH I-O-
gan. atrawberriea- and i-earmj prunes,
bone needs repair, bnt iil Bake a
good income property well a one
of sT.e beat of suburban bonier, a mile
from ear line; gud ruad tbe year
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
New 2i ton Day-Elder truck at bargain.
l-4 liarley-Daridson motorcycle and
aide car at a bargain.
Many other good buy in naed cars.
.NOTICE Tt COXTlUtTOItH.
WALDO HILLS FARM
130 acres best soil, all in cultivation but
10 acres of pasture and timber with
creek, modern bungalow and fine
large barn, garage, other building:
spring well with gas engine and tank
piped to all buildings; 5i acrea ia fall
wheat. One of the best farms ia fa
lem vicinity. 3150 an acre with terma.
Would consider some Salem property.
BARBER & PEARSON
200 Gray Bldg.
FOR! RENT ONE BEDROOM. S35
Uollvue. 1'hone 536W.
FOR RENT TO A EXTLEMAIf. ROOM
.oa home with , all modern conveniences.
Addrea B. Ln csre Statesman.
F. L. WOOD. 831 STATE 8T,
7-ROOM HOUSE. PAVED SittEET AND
rarline. price $4300.
1 block 8-room modern house, complete.
SGOiiO. terma reasonable.
10J acre. 65 in cultivation, heavy dark
ao:l. choice buildings, place a:l finishea
34 miles from railroad town.
190-acre firm, good buildings, to trade
for town property, terma on balance;
373 per acre.
SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
C. S. Natl Bank bldg. Phone 470
SPLESDID SROOM PLASTERED
bouse, small basement, electric lights,
bath arad toilet, on good street, close
in; only 32650; .3650 down; snap. This
fine property must bo sold. Walter Mc
Laren, Koom zi. 180 aorta tommer-
4 ROOM COTTAGE ON 17th STREET,
end good lot for SIJOO; $500 cah.
balance 313 per month, or for a t'rm
of yeais at per rent. It is a good
bay. John II. Scott Realty Cr . 223
Oregon bldg. ,
MODERN BUNGALOW FOR HEXT ON
condition that renter purrbave furni
ture, wood. etc.. 320 a month; $90fl
or leas will handle. Addreis C63, care
CUT FLOWERS, POTTED PLANTS
We speciaJixe in funeral pieces. We de
liver. Plant and Blake's areenhoues,
1298 South l.tih at. Phone 1250W.
eial atreet. Phone 430.
53-ACRE FARM. 3 MILES OUT OF
good mad, two barns, fine well with
water system, 6-room hoae, for sale
and will take some city property.
Good lVs -story house of 7 room, modern
except basement and furnace. 82350.
Fine new unfinished bungalow of 5 rooms
modern come in and aee it.
LOOSE & PATT0N
370iState Street, Phone 987
Notii-e is hereby riven that the
undersigned will receive bids
until 5 o'clock p. m.. December
Gth. 1920. for the construction of
a cement sidewalk to be laid on
the south tide of Hood street, be
tween Commercial and Liberty
streets, in front of and abutting
upon lot 8. in block IS, of North
Also, for the construction of a
walk on the west side of fourth
street, between Norway and Jef
ferson streets, in front of and
abutting upon lots 1. 2 and 3. in
block 3 of North Salem.
Also, for the construction of
a walk on the north side of Gaines
avenue, between Winter and Sum
mor streets, in front of and abut
ting upon lots 3 and 4, in block
71 of North Salem.
Also, for the construction of
a walk on the east side of 12th
street, between Lee and Waller
streets. In front of and abutting
upon lot No. 4. block No. 5. Yew
Park addition to the City of Sa
Also, for the construction of a
walk on the east side of 12th
street, between Lee? and Waller
streets, in front of and abutting
ppon the north ZO feet of lot 3.
block Z. Yew Park addition to the
City of Salem. Oregon.
Also, for tbe constructlon-of a
walk on the soath side of Ferry
street, between 13tB and 14th
streets, in front of and abutting
upon lots 1 and 2. in block No.
35 of University addition to the
City of Salem, Oregon,
Plans and specifications may
be had at the office of the City
But I made up my mind that
delightful aa I Imagined a friend
ship with "the other Mrs. Gra
ham would be. I should have to
avoid It as much as I possibly
could. In my present excited
state of mind I simply couldn't
brook the possibility of meeting
Miss Hoyt s clear eyes, with the
hint of quiet, disdainful amuse
ment In their depths that I had so
often fanc'd I bad seen .luring
tb last two weeks.
I had hard work keening u-
with my hostesV gentle flow of
words concerning her niece, for
mv own tnouirhts wer so turou
tlons evn the name of one ot
her patients, and as for telliar
me Interesting or amusing Inci
dents concerning ber work, as so
manv nurses do. aad with no
harm either. I don't tlrnk I have
eer heard her say V words
about any patient she ever had."
My spirits rose at ber words,
although I had been practically
sure of what she was telling me
before she spoke. If Miss lloyt
never spoke of her patients, and
was going to sail for France the
next week there would be no ned
of my abridging my acquaintance
hln with her rhartslBt aunt be-
for a successful urrw. buf t ara
sure I never could te one."
An Unexpected ArrlvaL
-It requires an unusual torn
blnat on of quatiti. my host
ess asserted. Dut do let rue gle
o another cup of tea? Youra I
quite cold. '
-Thank you. I returned, re
linquishing my cup to her. Your
tea ia too delclj for as to re
fuse. Hut I don't deserve anoth
er, although It as because I was
so lntereted In what yon wr
aaln that I let mln get old.
"hat ar delUbtful compli
ment!" ahe Broiled, looking into
ber teapot of quaint Cblnea ware.
D yOU know. tht POI lJ entire
ly too large for Juit tr. It a
too bid ther- Isn't so'tteliody ela
here 10 enjoy tbe other eupa.
A clear tinkling of the dootbill
punctuated ber sentence.
Sb smiled as sh re.
-Perbai mv wish has coma
tru. he raid a the left tb
A moment later I heard her
voire la the ball:
"Why. Winifred, my dear, how
glad and surprised I am! Come
right out to th veranda aad hava
a cup of tea. There'a some ae
there yonve met before.
I To be continued!
lnt as to require most of my at-! cause of th fear that I might
tention. Hut the words "Amerl- j sout day encounter the clear eyes
can hospital service caught my
ear. and I turned a startled face
to my hostess.
FOR SALE LOGANBERRY TRACT 8
acrea ia full bearing, trellised with ce
dar posts, rich loam soil. Price 34500,
,j cash, balance easy payments at 7
per cent. Hart k M oiler. 208 Oregoh
aAXTE&-r0ft HOME IN THE COO
try; a audita aged woman for ligut
ana ekefMg. Fsone 2 F4
I tXP tKIE.VC tD, RELIABLE 8ALES-
aaa desires positiea. 1 hone 1028K.
IISTED BOY TO HELP IN MAILING
1 . . .
esaruneai. apply E)atesmaa omce,
DUSTED .MEX AND WOMEN TO
a farm paper subscriptions. A good
rtiiHa te the rUht people. Address
tat ranrie Homestead, Btefamaa Mag.
FOUR FOOT -CORD WOOD WASTED
8alem Tile A Mercantile Co.
STORE ROOM NOT LESS THAN 2030,
good location in business section.
State rent 'and location. Address CG5,
WILL GENTLEMAN WHO BOUGHT
watch from 3. A. Rowland with, initials
G. W. M. engraved on back, please
communicate with George W. McLean.
St. Paul. Ore.
W anWUhed, Free for stamp. Cor
wa4at. Toledo. Ohio.
safer lOefoaad aad a p.
it . lost ' Bt
iitrrr parlor. well estab-
eeuaeas, excellent location, start
aakiag aseaer. Must aiice
ill health. Ilon't roi thia
. Madame Cnrlia. 101
Tir4 .1 Portland. re.
iJit-ajT .BOUGHT AND SOLD".
""" a Kaberta. 205 Oregon bids.
t HATE SOKE GOOD FARM M0RT-
ii.'iff"'1'1"' BLOODED BUTTEIi-
' raoae 20F5. t
FOR CARPENTER WORK AND GEN
eral repairing wanted done. ca!l 1959.
DR. U M. HUM CURES AST KKOWJt
diaeaie. 153 8. High St, Phoao 883.
CHAS. E. TATRO Derangements of the
fe't scientifically treated. Lady in at
tendance. Room 404 Masonic Temple.
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hats renovated and blocked 495 Court
street. j ,,,, ,
WE WRITE INSURANCE ON ANY
thing, in the best old line companies.
See ns for insurance. Laflar 3e Laflar,
400 Oregon bnilding.
L A. HAYF0RD
305 State Street.
5-rooa plastered bonse. close ia on North
Fourth street ; modern escept heat.
Price 2000 terms.
5-roora plastered bungalow, modern ex
cept heat, half block to ear. Price
6 room house, close in oa paved street
' ' and car. Price 33300 half cash.
6 room plastered house, larga lot. Cheap
at 31600. Good terma.
7-room plastered house, basement, on
paved street and car line. Price $4000
8 room plastered house, close ia on paved
atreet and car line,- modern, l'nce
9-room plastered house, on State atreet;
modern, good gara;e. Price $6000
18 room furnished apartment bouse, close
in. Fries $S00 good terms.
If you are looking for a good home in
the city we bave it. If you are looking
for a home on easy payment we have
it. If yon are looking for any kind of
farm or fruit proposition we have it.
'- See us.
305 State Street.
FIVE-ACRE TRACT CLOSE IN. GOOD
; improvements 352-10. Five acrea close
1 in. no buildings. 31300. 80-acre farm.
7 miles out, fine land, some timber;
rock mad. a anap at $100 per acre.
Nice four-room bungalow with' barn
and two lota. $1300. Seven room bun
galow with garage. $2700. Good six
room house, psved street, good loca
tion, $2250. Three-room houae, $5'Ml.
Dry wood far aale. $7 per cord, also
F. L WOOD
341 State Street.
SEVERAL GOOD BUYS ON D STREET.
A splendid farm of 32 'a acres, one
mile from town. 12 acres l'a mile
from Fair Ground. 2 housea fur rent.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cottage at. Tbone 118C
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion GxtzzLtrj St Produce Ct
Salem. Oregon. Phone 2488
I SALEM MARKETS I
IHE I0nr- :
TT 7l lt and beat In the west
tie I .H!,iM fr live aonltrymea,
IT " ILW u SalenV Send 5
tT,7'fln JoarmMX. SaJem, Ore-
If VfWT . -
fan. "' TO GET THE BEST
tmr. t5e to The Pacific
i7t). Oregon, for a threo-
t saaaenpuoa. Mention this
1400-POLND HORSE -
1-. Phone 709.
nrmonth Rock hens. 1230
,fi:-?rtr- Phone 848
TAKE YOUR NEXT FIRE INSUR
anee with the Oresnn Fire Relief
osociation of McMinnville. Oregon.
Three yeara insurance for cost of two
and no assessments. See
STANDLEY t FOLEY
1 and 2 Bnh Bank Bldg. Salem. Or.
1 - ,
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPAJfY. 138 S.
Liberty street. Phone Z5. Oldest
Largest Beat. Established 1889.
FINE 40 ACRES
On paved highway. 3 miles from Salem;
c!ne to achool and station.' More than
half is under cultivation and balance
' is fine pasture with abundance of liv
ing water: all can be cultivated and
about 6 acre can be irrigated without
expense. Excellent soil: ouildinrs arc
only fair. Price $12.00; $4W cash,
or will tak good amall tract as part
KINNEY & SMITH
409 State Street. Ground Floor.
5 room bungalow. eot frost, corner. 5
lot. Houe plastered, electric lights.
bath, basement. A barn and chicken
bouse on the place. 3 blocks from ra
line. j block from, school. Price $ VKM.
$JO(0 cash balance at b'e. Price
with only two lots, $1000, $1500 cash,
balance at 6r.r.
Good 7-room atrictly modern honse. fur
nace, bath, electric lights, plastered.
Iropert well kept, nice ehrubery and
shade trees, close in. Street paved.
Garage. Price $6500, $3 00 cash, bal
Large 9-room modern house. Two lot,
corner, east front. Two block a of car.
4 block of school. All large rooms,
large closets. Large garage and eitra
room for storing. Price .'HMI. $2'w0
cah, ba'ance at 6. Will sell with
one lot for 4.V0. $2000 rash.
7-room plastered house. Furnace, electric
lights, bath, sewer connections, all in
good condition and close in. Paved
treet. $4750, $2750 cashJralaace at
6 room bungalow plastered. electric
light, bath, all in first rlaoi condition.
On paved street. Two block of school,
3 blocks from car line. Price $42x.
7 room modern houe. large lot. comer
and eat front. Four block from car
line and school. Price -"-,H. $ll"H
rash, balance at 7',c. A discount for
5 room bouae. 7 blocks from State street,
close in. $ I "'". $ '0j cash. baL easy
terms to auit buyer.
C room houae. electric light a. bath. At
car line. Electric lights and eiiy water
in garage. Two lot. $JOOO. 5O0
cash and $500 annually.
7-room modern house, east front, lot 2 "
15V. all fenced. Large barn, iru.1
notice, wood houe. Frail of all kinds
as well a berries. Chicken hi u.e and
ten. A good buy at $04rtK, SJi't'O cah
"Going To Franc-."
"You will pardon me. I aalJ.
"but I do not think I caucht
just what you were saying. "Yots
know my ears ever since my accl-
I left the sentence anflnlahed
purposely, salving my conse'ene
with the sophistry that I had not
actually said my hearing was
of the woman who. I Instincmeir
felt, had looked Into chambers ot
my mind over which I was sure
th curtains hadn't been securely
"I should think she would be
glad to forget everything con
nected with the hospital. I aald
with a little shiver. I have the
great! isdreiration. vn
'THE RESTLESS SEX"
Starts Sunday at
THE OREGON' THEATRE
e iac i
"I know." she rejoined sympa
thetically. "It Is often a tempo-1
rarv e.'fcct of a nervous shock
such aa you must have under-1.
rone. I wis speaking of mri
niece's Joy In her prospect 6f Join-.
ing the American hospital service
"She's going to France! I ex-
341 State Street
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
QualUy work, prompt service, 1284
Broaaway. Phone 183. ngnw,1rt
PAINTIKO AXD PAPERHANGINO
I have gone east on an extended visit and
I recommend A. H. Clark (phone
- 139CJ). aa a competent workman. Glenn
MONEY TO UiS.
LOANS 1 LOANS.! IF YOU WANT
money on city property, aee us. We
have it on good terms and low rate of
intercut. Laflar Laflar. 406 7 Oregon
bniHin; I in
. LLai. OAT OR WHEAT
'tr-'Z-' 919 " Phone 73F11.
"lEssr,..., .... .
Sf! onr'3 AM) SOFT CAB-
rnone 431 or rail
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
orivate hospital. I have best of equip
ment. Phone 1959.
100-acre tract. 95 acres cultivaled, 3
acres timber. 4 acre 3 rear-old Ital
ian prunes. Price 3130 per acre
terms. , . ....
"00-acre farm, 100 acres cultivaled. bal
ance timber and pasture, running wa
ter, baildins. rock road. Trice $100
per acre. .... ,
130 a re farm. 1 t7 acres ru'tivated, z'
building, good fences. god so;I. Price
$110 per acre. ...
160-acre farm. 0O acres cultivated, bal
ance pasture and timber: all machin
ery goes. It-rows. 3 bores. 10 hoes.
32-arre trat located close to Salem on
paved road, good bunzalow, barn, dark
prairie soil. Price 12.800. ,
9 1 acre tract of Sd loean and straw
lerry soil. 4 mile snth Pacific bign
wr Price -$:t20o, $7()0 down, bal
ance $500 per year at 6 per cent in-terewt.
10 cre tract of good bottom son. Tie.ny
all cultivated, amall. shack. cloe torta- nave
tion on S P. railroad, 5 milea south of 1 deSCf
HOME BARGAINS AND
4 room bnngalow east front. "": half
rash, bal. terms.
5-room bungalow. gwd corner lot. et
front, $10tK, $250 raolt, balance like
3 room cottage. $iiO. $150 down.
40-acres mile out 'a in mil. 1200
cord wood all fine aoil. Price $4200.
75 acre limlier land east of Salem. f;ooj
road. I'lOO cord wood timter, all fine
loam soil. Snap. $75 per acre. Term.
105-arre farm 3 miles from town, half in
cult. Good bldg.. good fence, stock,
tool, machinery, feed. 81l0. Term.
We want vour liatinz. liive us a trial.
PERRlNE & MARSTERS
211-12 Gray Bldg. Phone !07
Essa and "Poaltrr
Eggs, 74 e.
Hens, light. 2 0-2 2c.
Old roosters. 8-ICc
Ilro:iers, 22-2 4e.
Pork. Mutton and Ceef
Pork, on foot. 3ic.
Dressed hogs. 20c.
Heef steers. 7V4-8C.
Top veal, 18-1 9c.
Clover hay. SZ1-I22.
Oat and vetch nay, per
Chect hay, $21-23.
Mill Freda, Retail
Mill ruu. $4 ton.
Whole If to fr 'era
Creamery butler. 61-62c.
Ilananaa. 13 1-Ze.
Grape fruit. $6. Ariz.. $6.-0
Dates, $7.23 case.
Cajbage, 1 l-2c.
Onions. Oregon. $1.75.
Onions. California, $2.40.
Carrots. $1.00 sack.
Green pepper. 15c.
Cauliflower. $1.7. doz.
lates, 23c lb.
Lettuce. $4.st) crt.
Parsley SOc dozen bunches.
Beets. 75c doxen bunchca.
Tomatoes, $2.25 crate.
Potatoes, new. 2c.
Sweet" potatoes. 4 1-2 to 3e.
Cababas. 3 l-:c lb.
Grape. 14c lb.
Huckleberries. 18c lb.
Comb honey, case. $.
Celery, 90c doz bnncbe.
Honey, extracted 20c lb.
net a 11
Creamery butter. 63c.
Flour, hard wheat. $ :.So-$3.3u
Flour, valley. 12.75.
Hard wheat flour, $3.50-13.75
Sugar. $12. :
wxrrRXR-r nemo co.
1 Erfertlvs sa4ay. Vinasn II, 1330
f . aad thereafter.
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N. IS Or. goal Eapre. a:Oam
No. 24 Willamette Limited :!ia
So. I Portland Paaaeager 5:a
Xa.ttCeM Bay 3:33 pss
Na. 14 Portlaad Eaprea 7:31pm
Xo. S3 Oregosiaa 3 :03 saj
Na,rIFoe Ea-ea 1 o :". aa.
No. 13 aliforaia Kswreva 1:3 am
No. 17 RMobarg Pssawager .... 4-.0Ss.ai
No. 27 Willamette Limited .... :"
No. I3Haa Fraaciecw Pass :3tpm
' alXirX-GXAX IXT
No. 73 Jtrrivo at Salem :10as
N.. 74 Leave Salem 4:00 pa
IALEM. FALLS CITY ft WXSTXljr
111 Uttri Saleta, sao'er...... T:4Sa)
1 Leaves Salem, aaater...... 9:J3aa
IS5Lea.es Salem. actr I :St sa
Through far to M.asseata aad Arlw
JTt lt'M halem fer Dallas... 5:Aaa
I S3 Arrives at Salasa 9:10 aa)
!4 Arrives st Salem 11 :00
1 Arrives at Saleta 3:20ssj
173 Arrives at laaleai 7:40 pat
Train No. It arrives at !.. . 4 se
Tiain Xa. 12 a r rices at Salem.. S.otpaa
a n: .. u.
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tMilr."R 0' WOOD LADDERS
'-!. corn planter.' Phone
H jJ-uir.--GAXO. SPITZEN-
tl J1 "fcty. Iw
w, I Bi.L ?'" ,0,. tlclivered.
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w.i ' reeL
REPAIRIXG AXD KHARPEXIXf.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
paired.VGeacral aharpenins. chimney
sweep. 2)2 North Commercial street.
glgUt;;4 ased good.
aw. . vrt Hill
"H eel,." 1A'" V. Ti 25 PC It
b JirT- I-H BALL
11 -s II ''ed. Buy now
, " K, Riehard.on. ITione
CUTLERY GRINDIXG: LAWN MOW-
ers. asfety rax or, eic oe-.i .
pair Shop, 847 Court street.
TRA XSFER HAULIXG
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
al 8t, pttaaa 933. Diatriboting.
forwarding and storage asr spacialty.
Get yir tte' ' mtm 1 1
SECOND HAND FURXITURE
WANTED SECOXD-HAKD FURXI
tnre. rsgs. carpets, stoves, fhl"r'
j . t ua., nnrn mm. m mm
It.l Hardware Fnrntturs tvo.
K. Com'l St. rhaaa 947;
alem. Price $220, i- own. mi-
ance terms. ,
65 acre tract ketcd i mile eat of
Macleav, ."" acre cultivated, balance
timber.' Pri e 0. $1000 down, bal
ance 6 per tent interest.
86-acre tract located et of Salem, best
of soil. Pri'-e 32-50 per acre.
--ii iiin.r,' li acre home. g-od bon-
ca.ow. barn, truit. ?'"o roao, -
tidcr residence in I .Salem up to $ JoOO
a part paymeul. I
6 acre tract located oith of alem.
' !ortiinside ditriet, good bunga'ow.
large chicken houae first-class land.
Frice $3650. ' '
'y-acre prune orrhard located south (
Saltm: will consider residence prper-
tv up to f 25t0 aa part payment. Price
142-cre tract. acre. ksn. 9 acre
of cherrie. small 1 room hoe, good
Notice is hereby given that 1
impounded the following
described dog in compliance with
Ordinance No. 1404 to wit: One
male, long-haired, while and jel
low spotted mongr1. weight
about 4 5 pounds. The above de-
srrilied dog will be killed If not
redeemed by owner, on or before
November 22nd, 1920.-as provid
ed by Ordinance.
V. S. Low. Street Commissr.
Nov. 15. 1920
'Exempt Frees A3 Damialaai Ceveras
We Offer Skje-1 !. Fr'ar Sa'a aad Cfcaoge ia f'W
The Unsold Portion, City of
rsorurcx or alsxxta
61 General Obligation Gold Notes
D.lrd fLrrtrmWr I. U.M. I-e Sea4rsW I. I"2Z-
' Dwaomlaauoaa. 1M. $34) aad $twe
PRICE M BJkCT YO 1M REAeE trilllOlT lOTHt
Two Haa4red aad F-4alea ItaaA. Tra.l t VBMav aad aUad Itewoea
ia UeegM. Wik.i,-1M aad Celii.raia have awrvh. ieka Kdsa-a
la ld Mrely t dwewmmt ad thi Tvyre wia!fe ks4
lViihl; reewmmead a like lave.ael la ywa.
. ITXAVCXAl. aTATXKXXT
(,m Mre4 i:.aliM $.0V.7l
Vila, maatsat.preety Itaat isyrtagiasg aVr
Net aVWsiS' debt .4l4.f7
Ke.oaao frwaa pabUe aiibse. laW. el of r-er
M "ST. 77 2
Net lara iaBTvewet d'M rte s ; ers " .-.).. t.ata.aj
la AddtUoa te Being General Oaligaviea Vataa, Taaae An aocarod Try
Laaz Tuaa Deaeataraa TstaOiag $x.$8i.Xa.
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em aeal latere.! (Hint 1st aad e-eleW.v ,)
1 4 mim im New Yorfe t'liy ar et ia. ( f .f
3lorT ttratkera. lav.
tsve Arrive Arrive
PoMlaad Salem Fa ewe
1 .... J- em I Mia lo v.a
S Ltd. S :30 am It: II am 12:7 law
7 ....10:43 am 13 :50 amCar.S :10 aa
9 2:03paa 4:12pm Stlpa
IS Ltd. 4:43 aaa S:40m S :i ea
17 .... 4:Asa 8:07pm Salem aal
1 :I4sa 1 1 :20 im Solvit,,
North Baak Stattoa (leave Jefferaes
street '13 sad SO miaates later).
Tava Amvo Irrivo
Eag.aa Salem Pert la s4
la Ltd. 7:30am 9 i.m l:Sa
13 .... ll:J0am l:4Taa
It lllJam l:3pm 8 4.ps
14 Ud. 133 pm 4 Osa 41 aaj
0 ... Salem :Jaa T:p
23 :23 pm T .J sa i pm
Ni-Ttb Baak mauea I arrive jnietwi
atreet 13 miaates earlier I. Leave Car
Leave Careallis Arrlea Saleaa
8:20 am 0:43 am
3:40 pm 4 :W mmm
4:10 pm S:0pm
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Leave Salem Arrtve CrvaHk J
s :33 am
Ltgality Approved by Maloae. Malone 4 Long. Toronto.
Ttkpheaa or Tatrapk Orders st Oat Expeaaa
MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc
Taa F ram tar Msaartpal aUad Heaae"
rerUaad. Or. Mama BUdg, 3S 11 avtark
Other Offkres at leaake. Tacasaa.
Waa sad Saa rraactaca, CaL
K I E DEPOSIT IIOXI1H,
3 3 pm
L i (
Better and mane pleasing than
on y mua navana cigar.
slx you- aexcr fcr yxrr.-sr.. ije
IfjXKj-eemUr entsy yoa 037.? vs.
L LEWIS CIGAR HFG.CQHcstjMU
The Story of a Honeymoon
location. Price $0i0. 'a
10 acres of first clans prune orchard, la
rated 4 miles aouth, 8 aud 10-jeari-old.
Pi ice $600.
NtlTH'K-tlF UllANtsK OK .UAIK
ON HKill STREET FROM
UNION STREET TO DIVISION
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council deems it exndl
ent so to do and hereby declares
its mi r nose and intention to
change the grade on High Street
a. rnmlerfal Ttomssre of Married
Lire; Wonderfully Told by
II I rr - t i
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1 BS I
CHAPTER 7 4!
WIIY MAIZES HEART ALTER
NATELY KOSK ANI SNK AS
THEY TALKEH OF MISS
'Why. yrs. I met Miss lloyt." I
WH rrartpnrtnrii & Co Urom the north line crt Union found myself saying n"1.
. M. UraDenilOrilOC streett to ,h, nortn ilne of LltJ-lli to - th-- other Mrs. l.rshsm. J
THEY GIMME THIS
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