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THE OREGON STATESMAN' SALEM. OREGON.
SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. 1920
gsssrtED ADVEXnsxaaarti .
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sTaestht' contract, per mo..l5e
Tf atstai eootrscV per m..12
"timZm fcr u; advertisement 25o
nRK INSURANCE SOCIETY
Btlelsea, Roland Borghardt
ardent Agent 371 Stat St.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Keal tsuue
T. K. FORD
(Orer Ladd & Bash Dank)
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
204-207 Oregon Rullding
50U-AT 167 E. 13TIt ST. POET
bad. Not. H. Theodore Netf. age 0
i? j... lielved husband
1. i- vtf Funeral services will
ie held Sunday. Sot. 2i, at 2:30
--I v .. .t thj funeral ehsBel of
the - Port'lsnd Crematorium. Friend.
j imrrirrnt t rematorium re-
: ....It Th remains are at th
' .,.n-. funeral parlors of- Walter C.
' v-.rthT. 1532-3 East 13th street,
W AST ED COO I UKL FOR CKNEK.tl
sasew.rk. Call """ South Commerrta
st. between 2 and 4.
FOR SALE 5 ROOM HOt'SE. "W1I4ILE
"lot d all kinds of fruit. LnglisB wal-
mutm and first class gararmug groiina.
. .uii lra and outbuildings, fur
farther information phone 13j'J.
FOR SALE DRY SECOND GROWTH
fir wood. 15 in;, or 4 ft. Fred W ells,
J03 S. Cbnrch st Thone 1542.
5IARI.Y S ACRES, SMALL HOUSE,
some fruit sad berries, just off South
Cemacrrial street car, ea Jefferson
ntd A bargain. Address owner, W.
8. MtVey. Salria. Route 4.
ABE YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS IX
saredl If aot call np 347 and ask for
ta Oregoa Fire Uelief's Low Cost
policy. Three -ears insurance piid ap
f"f the price of two years. Staadley 4c
Foley, agents. Bash Bank Bldg., Salem,
WAVTED POSITION BY LADY BOOK
keeper and tjpist. Experienced.- cap
able of handling complete set of books.
Address C71" statesman. -
WAXTEIA-INS1DE EMPLoVmeXT BY
bus of family, good references. Ad
arese "C73" btatesmaa.
PRES8MAKING WILL TAKE SEWING
for s limited time. 2720 Ferry avenue.
Psoas 1478M for sa appointment.
ROME BEAUTY. COOS RIYEK AND
Bea. Davis apples. 3 boxes for $2.50
eVUTered. Ward . K. Kichardaon, Pione
494. . ;
ro SALE 2 IIOUSES. MODERN EX
ept baseineBl. One block from 'State.
Those 431 W or call 219 N. 15th.
FORDS FOR SALE 1 P0KD TOURING;
1 Ferd roadster. 1 Ford sedan. 1920
stedeL The above cars all guaranteed
first class sbsnr. Can be seen rtundav
er week days. Terms. Phone 966, ak
TOR SALE FRESH DAIRY COWS. AL
ss registered Shorthorn heifers, t'om-
Iry Bros. Phone 50ri3.
SAP FOR QUICK SALE FORD
b.arss. $M. See Eycrely Overland
Oarage. . - - -. - - "
ITALIAN PRUNE TREES a few left
sll graJrs; slo various kinds of nurs
ery Mock. We are now making fall
delivery. Fruitlsnd Nursery Co.v Route
8, Halea. Phoae 111F2. -
WANT TO SECURE ONE $5fM AND ONE
91500 loaa on Cod security at Tt-
Km. 1 Bayne Bldg., 311 St.te. Ill one 970
lwl ACRS OF TINE BERRY LAND
all nnder plow an main highway five
- stiles out. little timber. $!kl per acre.
A good cottage, six rooms, close in,
$3.V. Neat four room bungalow,
1300. Three room house, 85oO. Six
acre tract, orw house, orchard and
legsaherries close to car line for sale
er will tale screage or home as part
pay. 80 sere farm, good prune land.
7 miles-oat S100 per sere.
; kangalew with garago $27u.
. F.L WOOD
Ul State Street.
L A. HAYFORD
- Real Estate
Be this 3 room bungalow, modern except,
satemeut Built 4 years, for wnly
A sew modem 6 reom bungalow in good
location. South Salem,) finely arranged,
Ta toodnra bungalows in South Salem,
,r hX built basement etc., one 'for
::00; th. other. $2850. .. " i r
rwHa baagslow on Htat U nearly new,
fireplace, built ia features. See this
jar only $6500; $1000 cash to handle
J-moni baagslow oa Stsfe St., banement,
rarnsce, fireplsre, bailt in bookcases,
asd sail! in features, strictly modem.
rrice $7500. $1000 cash will handle
aBfe!l IJa per mo. payments -on bat-
M this eVoom bungalow on State St.,
replace, Vbasement, furnace, built in
(stares, strictly modern, snd only 6
rssrs old. for $6300. $IOOO will hsn-
it with $30 per month on bslaifce.
food wrge room house cloe
.,ar ltered, toilet, bath, electric
iu. T"' parage witb cement
'or. light and water. Price ou.
psyastnt of only 9I00O and $35
fUttt, Offier 737, RMdence 1903.,
JJ d b'lds wil1 be received by
County Court up to 2 o'clock
ffMm- Friday, Dec. 3, 1920, at the
TOca of the County Clerk for the
"ttlBg-ot 225 coma oi old and
rood growth fir and 25 cords of
JP'e oak wood on the County Poor
mile west f Hopmere.
Tt.011 or ny Pa, t received,
ifie Court reserves the right to
any or all bids.
ri A " at.sfa. tory.
. Bush. 978 Cheuiekcta
'fryT-R HOME IX THE COL'S
' MWIITJ ,UI. s
s ratrr tanu for single
.fl, '"r . rigin. party. Address
2-4!rI! i"siti. rhoil(
TO HELP IN- uiiuvn
PP'y Statesman office.
WANTEB MEN AND WOMEN TO
take farm paper subscription. A good
proposition to the right people. Address
the Pacific Homestead, Statesman Bids.
Salem. Ore. i
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper published, Free for stamp. .Correspondent.-
BEAUTIFUL WALL TINTS. 3 ANT
i new colors 10c pound and up. If ax O.
a Baren. 179 N. Com'! St. 7' -
BEAUTY PAKLOKS. WELL ESTAB
lished business, exrellent location, ftart
right in making money. Must sacrifice
account ill health. iKm't miss this
chance. Address Madame Curtis. 191
North 23rd st, Portland. Ore.
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Hawkins Roberts, 205 Oregon bids.
WE HAVE SOME GOOD FARM MnriT.
gagea to sell.
205 Oregoa Bldg.. Salem.
FOB SALE FULL BLOODED BUTTER.
cup roosters. Phone 20F5,
THE NORTHWEST POULTRY JOHR.
aaL the biggest and best ia the west
Tne live magazine for live poultry men.
7be a- year. Sl.OO in Salem. Send 5
rente ssmnla tadav. . Address The
jwrawni ronnrr joacaat. Salens, Ore-
IP TOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 15e to The Pacific
Homestead, alem. Oregoa, for a tkree
moataa trial subscription, lieation this
SPTTED SQUASHES-AXD SOFT CAB
cage tor cow leec. l hone 494 or call
at 2:so rront. w
APPLES BAIJW1N. GAXO. SPITZEN.
berg, Ben lvis. Rome Beauty. Low
prices in 5 or 10-box lots. deliTered.
Ward K. Richardson, phone 494.'
STANDARD EXCHANGE. 843 NORTH
Commercial street, diamonds, watches,
musical inttruarn's .guns, clothing.
shoes, etc. Both new and msed goods
Dongni, soia or exenangeo.
ONIONS GOOD QUALITY. $2.25 PER
nsndrrd. .delivered. Phone 48F11.
CABBAGE FOR KRAUT. DANISH BALL
Head, solid, well trimmed. Buy bow
while price is low; $1.50 per 100 lbs.
cVli'vered. Wsrd K. Richardson. Phone
STRAWBERRY PLANTS STRONG
rigorous, well rooted. Any quantity
OrrgonJ Marshall. Ma goon. Trebla, Et-
tersbnrg No. 121, Ettersbcrg No. 80
Gold Dollar, Wilson, Progressive Erer-
bearing; loo of each variety, $j post
paid, or lOO each of sny four. $4: de
, K. Richsrdson,
Front Street. Phone 494.
FOR SljlLE TRUCK CHAINS A Lit
JUNK ft BAR-
i PHONE 398.
CAPTIVITYfOF THE OATKAA GIRLS
This true story of westers iamigra-
tion hss been carefully revised, making
a handsome little book. It tells ia
graphic terras of tba massacre of the
Oatmaa family, of the escape af Le
renxo, and the captivity of Mary aad
Olive. I Alary died of starvation sad
Olive was purchased frons the Indians
five years later. Tha price is 20 cents,
. postpsid. Address Oregoa Teachers
Monthly. 8alem. Oregon.
"WALLBOARD" CAN BE USED OVER
lath or studding. Csa be tinted ar
pspered. Max O. Bursa, 179 North
WALFELT" YOUR HOUSE; IT'S
superior to cloth, st about fcaif price.
jaax o. xturea, 119 a. com l Bt
"WALL PASTE." NO COOKING RE
quired. Slicks everything. Mas O,
Buren, 179 ti. Commercial atnt.
SACKS, SACKS TOR SALE i 00.000
grain, oats snd potato t sacks. Capitsl
Juok and Bargain House, 215 Caster
street. Phone 893. j
DRY WOOD FOR SALE. PHONE 77F2.
CALL THE SALEM FUEL TARDS rOB
your wood and coal; office 752 Trade
atreet. -Phone 529.
SLIGHTLY USED FORDSON TRACTOR
A bargain.' 319 Ferry atreet.
FOR SALE OR
as is. $100.
Terms. Cherry City
OLESON MOTOR CAR CO.
319 N. Commercial St.
L'sed Csr Center.
1915 Studebaker ...
1917 Chalmers .
1917 Saxon Six
New 2 ',- ton Day-Elder truck st bsrgain.
1920 Ilarley-Davidsoa motorcycle snd
side car at a bargain.
Many oilier good buys in used cars.
FOR RENT TO A, GENTLEMAN. ROOM
in borne with' all modern conveniences.
Address B. L csre Statesman.
F. L. WOOD. 831
STATE ST, KJSAL
MODERN BUNGALOW IXR RENT ON
condition that renter purchase furni
ture, wood. etc. 20'a ironth: 90O
or less will handle. Addre.s C6$, rare
Statesman. - ' '
CUT FLOWERS, POTTED PLANTS
We apecisiize in funeral pieces. Ve de
liver. Plant and Blake's greenhouses,
120H South l-tth st. Phone 125QW.
HAVE YOU GOT POTATOES f
L. Saunders, Hotel Marion.
FOUR FOOT WRD WOOD WANTED
Salem Tile' at Mercantile Co..
WANTED BIDS ON
trees, either delivered
roodicle.. Address "C
railroad or at
APARTMENT Oli HOUSEKEEPING
durinz lecislatnre. .Vlan
and wife. No rhiblrcn. Kefcrences
..-;.i,J a.lrei,s "CtiU"' care
WILL GENTLEMAN WHO BOUGHT
watch from J. A. lisiwlsnd with initials
li XV M. engraved on ba-k, p.rse
mmnnicle With GcOrKO . McIjCSB.
St. Paul. Ore. '
u u i.iath! WORK AND GEN
DR. L. M.
HUM CUKES ANY KNOWN
153 8. High 9t Phi-ae 283.
CHA3, E. TATRO Derangements of the
feet scientifically treated. Lady in at
tendance. Room 404 Masonic Temple.
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
bats renovated and blocked 493 Court
WE WRITE INSURANCE OX ANY
thing, in the best old line companies.
See us for insurance. Laflar t Laflar,
40? Oregon fcnililing.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 138 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
Largest Best Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service, 1204
Broadway. Feone 165.
PAINTING AND PAPERHANQINO
I have gone east on an extended visit and
i recommend A. ti. Clark (phone
1396J) as a competent workman. Glenn
MONEY TO IOAX.
LOANS ! LOANS.! IF YOU WANT
money on city property, see ns. We
have it oa good terms and low rate of
interest. Laflar t Laflar, 400 7 Oregon
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private hospital. I have best of equip
ment. Phono 1959.
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING Re
paired. General sharpening, chimney
sweep. 3 42 North Commercial street.
CUTLERY GRINDING: LAWN MOW-
ers. safety raxors. ate. Stewart's JU-
psir Shop, S47 Court street.
TRA NSFER HAULING
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 2 IS
SUte 8t phone 933. Distributing,
forwarding sad storage aar specialty.
Get oar rates.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
WANTED SECOND HAND PURNI
ture, rags, esrpots. stoves, machinery
and toola. Best prices paid The Cap
ital Hardware A Purairure Co- 205
N. Cona'l St. Pnonr 947.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years experience; Depot Nstional
fence, sixes 20 to 58 inches high, P slats.
ail, and Tarnishes, etc., loganberry and
- sop hooks. Salem Peace and Stove
Works. 250 Court street. Phoae 124.
SECOND HAND GOODS
rgrr AND 8 ELL SECOND HAND
ioul af sU kinds, pipe fittings, bar
nese, collars, collar pads, tools, aad
- ehsias. Fred Sehindler, 258 Center
WALL PAPER, PAINT
WALL PAPER AND CEILINO PAPER
20 snd up double roll. Max O. Ba
rea, 179 N. Commercial St
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS. WALL
Paper sod Picture Framing. Good
work men. 455 Court St. Phone 485.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
KATHERINE SCHLEEP. M. D PHY
siciaa and Surgeon. Offices Oregoa
building, rooms 411-18. Phone 540,
264. Orer Oregoa Electric depot
SALEM WATER. LIGHT ft POWER
Co, effieo 301 South Coxa'l street.
Tea per coat disoeuat oa domestic
flat rates paid -ia advance. No de-
" duettoas for abseaea er any causa Ba
les a water is shut off your premises.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL, 606
U. 8. National Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER. OSTEOPATHIC
Physicisa aad Surgeon, Kirksviile
graduate, 404 aad 405 U. 8. Natl Baak
building. Phone Office 919, resideace
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH. OSTEOPATHIC
Physicisa ft Surgaom, 403-404 Oregoa
Bldg. Phones: Ofhc 1S94; Res. 68F5.
DR. O- I SCOTT, P.
tor, 309-12 IT. .
87. Res. 8.JXR- (
S. C, CHIROPRAC
Baak Bll;. PUons
fruit trees, fireplace
$1650. $S00 ca,sh.
." room buncalow. full basement, electric
lights, built-in features, 2 lots. A few
fruit trees- a good buy. Price $22j0,
1-3 rash, bslanre terms to suit.
44 acrea near eleftrie railroad station:
all in cultivation, 5 seres prunes, no
buildings. Price $5000. reasonable
94 acres close to city limits. Bear car
line, 5 acres in bearing fruit, H room
house, good barn well. Price $8000
$20o0 cssh, good terras on balance. .
MILLS & COPLEY
331 Vt Stata Street , Phone 175
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
Offer three good farms. inspected laat
week and approved by them as reason
able in listing price, running around
$125 an acre (one at $75). They con
stitute a good buy, either onr of them.
Come in and see us. 341 State street.
THESE ARE PRICED RIGHT 20
acres, 15 cultivated, timber enough
for about 20o cords of wood, 3'i
miles out, close to paved; road
$2250; $750 cash. AUo'a. good lo
ganberrv field for aale. Magee. room
29. corner' State and Commercial
FOR SALE sniiuin Jtvi't-n-'
room house, close in. eas p;".
immediate possesaion.. Hart and Muller,
20d Oregon bldg.
NEW BUNGALOW NEAR JASON
Lee church in North Salem. Owners
must sell on secount of business tak-
I . . I It - f ..II -.
inr them to J-ornaou. ' i
chase price may be paid
installments like rent,
A. C. BOHRXSTEDT
Masonic Temple. Salem. Oregon.
HOME BARGAINS AND
4 room l.unsalow est
front, $95t; half
rari, bal. terms.
3-room bungsiow. good
front, $lfiO. 250 cash, l.alauce
3 room collage. $04 HI. I J" own.
A tniW nut ' 10 cult.
cord wood sll fine soiJ. Price $1200.
Terms. ' ' .. , .
.:r... cast f Salem. - (
road - 4m- cord wood tiinlcr.
loam" soil. Snap. $75 per acre.
... - . 't milf-m from town
(ioort tiig.. . s"""
machinery. Jcrd. l !. Terms.
tt., ... i. u ft
li.l inffft. Iive us a iriai.
PERRINE & MAKD 1 tKa
211 12 Gray Bldg. ! Phone 907
Read the Classified Ads.
WALDO HILLS FARM
130 acres best aoil. all in rultirstioB bot
10 acres of pasture and timber with
creek. modern bungalow and fine
Urge barn, garage, other buildings:
apring well with gas engine and tank
piped to all buildings; 50 acres in fall
wheat. One of the bent farms ia Sa
lem vicinity, SISO an aero with terms.
Would consider some halcoi property.
BARBER & PEARSON
2Hi Oray Bl.lg.
ROOM COTTAGE ON 17th STREET,
and good lot for ftJOO; SjOO rah.
balance l per month, or for a term
vf years at ti per rent (I is a good
bur. John II. Scott Realty Cc , S-S
53-ACRE FARM. 3 MILES OUT OF
good road, two barns, fine well with
water system, O-room boose, for sale
and will take some city property.
Good l'a story house of 7 rooms, modern
except basement and furnace. '-d50.
Fine new unfinished bungalow of 5 rooms
modern come in and see it.
LOOSE & PATT0N
370'iStaie Street. Phone 937
FOR SALE LOGANBERRY TRACT 8
acres in full bearing, trellised with ce
dar posts, rich loans soiL Price M SCM),
s cash, balanre easy payments at 7
per cent Hart Mutter. SOS Oregon
SEVERAL GOOD BUYS ON D STREET
A splendid " farm of 32 i acres, one
mile from town. 12 acres 1 'a miles
from Esir Grounds. 2 houses for rent.
GERTRUDE J. RL PAGE
492 X. Cottsge st. intone 11C
5 room bungslow, rsst front, comer. 5
lots. House plastered.- electric lights,
bath, basrmrnt. A barn and chicken
houfce on the place. 3 btoeka from ear
line. a block from school. Price 95COO,
$2000 cssh bslsnce at 6. Price
with only two lots. 94(Kt; $1500 rasa,
balance at 6.
Cood 7-room strictly asodera bouse, fur
nace, bath, electric lights, plastrrrd.
Property well kept, aice ahrubery and
shade trees, close in. Street paved.
Garage. Price $6500. $2500 cash, bal
Large 9 room modern house. Two lots,
corner, east front. Two blocks af car.
4 blocks af school. All large reoma
large closets. Large garage and extra
room for storing. Price $MM)0. $2500
cash, balance at 6. Will sell with
one lot for $4500. $20OO cssh.
7-room plastered house. Faraacr, electric
lights, bsth, sewer connectioaa, all ia
good condition and close in. Paved
atreet $4750, $2750 cash, bslsnce at
6-roem bungalow. plastrrrd. electric
lights, bath, all in first rlaaa condition.
On paved street. Two blocks of school,
3 blocks from car line. Price $4200.
7-room modern bouse, mrge lot. corner
and rast front. Four blocks from ear
line snd school. Price $.'200. $10O0
cash, balanre at 7Cc. A disceuat for
5 room house. 7 blocks front Stste street
close in, II GOO, $300 cssh, bsl. essy
terms to suit buyer.
6- room bouse, electric lights, bath. At
car line. Electric lighta and city water
in garage. Two lots. $2000, S5O0
rash and $500 annually.
7- room modern honsr, rast front, lot 25x
159. -all fenced. Large bam. trait
house, wood house. Kruita af s'.l kinds
ss well as berries. Chicken house snd
pen. A good buy st $6000. $2000 ra.h,
balance at t'.
341 State Street
A FINE SMALL TRACT WITH IjO
gans, strawberries snd bearing prunes,
house needs repair, but will ssake a
good income property ss well ss one
of s'.e best of suburban homes, a mile
from car line; good.. , road the year
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
7-ROOM HOUSE, PAVED STrtEfcT AND
rsrline, price $4300.
1 block 8 room modern house, complete,
S60OO, term si reasonable.
102 acres, 65 in cultivation, heavy dark
soil, choice buildings, place all finished
3i miles from rsilrosd tows.
190-srre farm, good buildings, to trade
for towa property, terms oa balanre;
$75 per acre.
St, U ARE DEAL REALTY CO.
U. S. Natl Baak bldg. Phone 470
SPLENDID 8 ROOM PLASTERED
house, small bascmeot electric lights,
bsth snd toilet, on good street close
ia; only $2650; $650 down: snsp. This
fiae property must be sold. WsHer Mo
' Laren, Room 21. ISO North Commer
cial street. Phone 430.
.FINE 40 ACRES
Oii paved highway, 3 miles from Salem;
close to school and station. More tbaa
half is under cultivation and balance
is fine1 pasture with abundance of liv
ing water: all can be cultivated and
about 6 acrea ran be irrigated wi'hout
expenae. Excellent soil: ouildings are
only fair. Price S12.1XMI; sriMl cash.
or will take good Small tract as part
KINNEY & SMITH
State Street. Ground Floor.
OREGON LAND CO.
One 6-room houie (modern except bse
ment) garage, barn, two lota, good gar
den. on car -fine, immediate possession
S2H0: $1000 will hsndlr.
One 7-room hVtuse with sll modern con
veniences. close in. only 1 block to car
line, $3000. Very easy payments.
Other real e.tate of all kinds and prices.
Let us show you whit we hare.
OREGON LAND CO.
442 State St.
100-arr tract, 95 acres cultivated. 5
a-rr timber, 40 acres 3-yrar-old Ital
ian itrunrs. Price $154 per acre
200-acre farm, 100 acres cultivated, bal
ance timber and pasture, running ws-
trr. buildings, rock rojd. Trice lo0
150-seres farm, 147 acres cultivated, rood
building, good fences, good aoil. Price
$110 per acre.
160 acre farm. 90 acres cultivated, bal
ance pasture and timber: all ms-hin
erv goes. It cows. 3 horses, 10 hogs.
32-acre trat located rlne to S.lem on
paved road, good bungalow, barn, dark
prairie soil. Price $12,i0.
9.4.1 scro tract of good logan snd strsw
lierry soil, 4 'mile south Pacific high
way. Price $3200. S700 down, bal
ance $5o0 per year at fl per rent in
lO acrr tract of good bottom sott. Beany
all cultivated, small shark, close to sts
tlon on S. P. railroad, 5 miles south of
Sslfm. Pri.e $2204. $7O0 down, bsl
6-arr tra-t locsted 'j mi'e east f
Marlear. 55 acres cultivated, balance
. timber. Price $5too. $10i0 down, bal
nee fi tier cent interest. . -
fi a4re tract locufd ea.t of S.alem. bet
of' soil. Price $250 per acre.
Well, improved lo-aerr home. go..d bna
calow. bern. fruit, good road: -will mn
aider residence in Salera up. ! $J 5O0
as part paymcni.
6.rbacre tract mcsted south of S.lem
MornincsiHe di-trict. goo4 huaga'ow,
larze chicken house, f;rst class land
2"-an;e prune orrhard located aouth of
'Salem: will ronsider reidence proper
tv up to $25410 as part payment. Piice
14.2-aere tract, aere lojans. 9 acres
of rherrie. .mail 1 room bouse, good
location. Price !44M. 'i cash.
10 acres of first class pruno orrhsrl. !
rated 4 miles south, a and 10 Jcsrs old.
W. H Grabenhorst & Co.
375 Slsta 8tret.
3 ACRES, BEST OF SOIL. FAMILY
orchard. 0 room house, good bam and
ther out boildinga. water artless. A
food bay at 94250. Modern roost
Uoase oa 2Urd t 13500. Nice home,
j i reoma. close in on l.iKertT t.. 2"00.
331 , tif.tr. Phone 0o7.
PETTEY'S REALTY CO.
FOR RENT FARMS
FARM FOR KENT SEE
'"C. iI4l Mate srrt-et.
Notice is hereby rlyen that I
hare impounded the following,
described dog in compliance with
Ordinance No. 1404 to wit: One
male, long-haired, white and yel
low spotted inonKrel. weight
about 45 pounds. The above de
scribed dog will be killed if not
redeemed by owner, on or before
November 22nd. 1920, as provid
ed by Ordinance.
V. S. Low, Street Commlsftr.
Nov. 15. 1920
NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL
Notice is hereby given that the
final account of E. L. Johnson.
as administrator of the estate of
Lucy Johnson, deceased, has been
filed In the county court of Mar
ion county, state of Oregon, and
that the 6th day of December.
1920, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. ni. has been duly appointed by
such court for the hearing; of ob
jection to such final account and
the final settlement -thereof, at
which time any perfon interested
in such estate may appear and file
objections thereto in writing and
contest the same.
E. I JOHNSON.
Administrator of the Estate of
Lucy Johnson, deceased.
Max'Gehlhar and Jas. G. Heltiet.
Attorneys for Administrator.
NOTICK OF C1IANGK OP GRADE
ON HIGH STREET FROM
UNION STREET TO DIVISION
Notice Is hereby given tbat the
Common Council deems tt expedi
ent so to do and herebyaXlecUres
its purpose and Intention to
change the grade on High street
from the north line of Union
Street, to the north line of Divi
sion Street, said grade shall 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 was
filed In the office of the City Re
corder on the '15th day of Nov
ember. 1920. which said plan Is
hereby referred to and made a
part hereof for a more detailed
description of the proposed
By order of the Common Coun
cil. EARL RACE.
Date of first publication tf this
notice Is November 17. 1920.
Adopted by the Common Council
this 15th day of November. 1920
Attest: EARL RACE.
NOTICE TO aNTR.lTOIW.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned " will receive bids
until 5 o'clock p. ni , Iccember
Cth. 1920, for the construction of
a cement sidewalk to be lata on
the south eide of Hood street, be
tween Commercial and Liberty
streets, in front of and abutting
upon lot 8. In block IS. of North
Mid. for tli construction of a
walk on the west side of Fourth
treet, between Norway and Jef
ferson streets, in front of and
abutting upon bits 1. 2 and 5, in
block 36 of North Salem.
Alfwi. for the construction of
a wain on uie norm riae ot i.aines
avenue, between Winter and Sum
mer streets, in front of and abut
ting upon lots 3 and 4. in block
71 of North Salem.
Also, for the construction $
a walk on the east side ot 12th
street, between l.ee and Waller
streets, in front of and abutting
upon lot No. 4. block No. 3, Yew
Park addition to the City of Sa
lem. Oregon. .
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 the north .0 leet of lot 3.
biock r. Yew Park addition to the
City of Salem. Oregon.
Al.o. for the construction of a
walk on the south side of Ferry
street, between 13th and 14th
streets. In front of and abutting
upon lots 1 and 3. In block No.
3i of University addition to the
City ot Salem, Oregon.
Plans and specifications may
be had at the office of the City
AND PRODUCE WANTED
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The Story oi a Honeymoon
A Wooderfnl Romsace of Ttlarried
LIT WoadcrfoJlw Told by
WHY DID THE -OTHER MRS.
GRAHAM- SAY "THE CAP.
TAIN HUGH GRANTLAND?
I rose, panic-stricken, as I heard
the voice of my hostess In th
hall VflMmlse k.p tt
seemed to me tbat I couldn't pos-l .
.Ikl. ... . r : . . . ...in
en'ij isce MIS noyi, W UUIU I DIU
last seen In the Mineola hospital
as she left the room of her pa
tient. Captain Hugh Crantland.
Then I sat dorn again as
promptly, sanely realizing that "a
condition, not a theory con
fronted 'me tbat I must meet U
as best I could. And especially.
I warned myself. 1 must show no
sign of confusion.
I was thankfl. indeed. . for
the respite of the moment or two
that intervened between -the oth
er Mrs. Graham's" greeting of
her n.ece and their return to th
veiaaua sitting rom. When I !
saw Miss Hoyt's familiar figure
following her aunt's tall one
through the door I was able to
rise from my feet in pretended
surprise and advance toward her
with extended hand and a smll
of ostensible welcome.
"This Is indeed a surprise. I
said, purposely omitting any adjective,-for
I was grimly resolved
that I would be as truthful as I
possibly could under the circum
stances. V.'hen I saw yju last
at the hospital I didn't expect to
meet you at your aunt'a tea ta
ble in so short a time.
"No. I fancy not." she re
turned, smiling, and though her
face and o.ce were placidly In
nocent or gull-. I thought I saw
ag&In the bint of amusement in
"I bad an unexpertrfl after
noon off today." she explained
"and when I ran I spend my hours
off duty with Aunt Mary." Sb
flashed the older woman a lovin
smile which lighted ber whole
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face, and clearly showed the bond
of affection there was betwee
the aunt and niece.
"S!t slows) and have some bot
te. Winifred.- her rint( com
manded. -There's Jutt enough
unexpected chill In the air todar
after the rain to make It wel
come. "I djn't nerd a second Invita
tion." rhe returned, removing th!
blue cap. veil and coat eomprt-1
Ing the outdoor rnstume of tn
nune on dutv. I didn't bother
to change today. she explained.
"for I can be here ro short
time. I must go back aain ta an
"Then I know you will both
pardon me. I 'aid rising, having
finished, the cup ray hostess ba
refilled for m-. -if I go now. . I
really "bare been bere a most un
conscionable time" I smiled a
my hot'p "and I know yo
have a hundred things to tay to
Madge Is Casual.
They ottered the usual polite
remonstrances, but I knew that
Miss lloyt. at least, was relieved
at my departure. My Intuition
told tne that she eared as little
for my society as 1 did for ber.
I have often wondered sine
whether it was a spica of mis
chief or merely a casual thought
which made her say as I was mak
ing my adieux: .
-You haven't inquired about
'onr patient. Mn. Graham.
I saw ber aunt give ber a sur
prised look, at which I did not
ondr when I remembered the
glowing enconlum she bad Just
given ber alee-'s reticence con
cerning ber patlnts.
-I really hadn't supposed there
was anything to ask. I returned
(with an air of eatualnesa .of
which I was proud when I bad
time to recall my behavior. He
was rady to leave th hospital
at the time of my own departure,
you remember, and I suppose be
left the next day as he had
planned. I trust h bad no re
lapse." 'Oh. no. indeed. Mla lloyt
returned. -In fact, his good con
dition was a surprise) to us all
But then Captain Grsntland has
a remarkable physique.
Who Is He?
-Captaln Crantland!" ber aunt
terposed. a note of excited In
terest In ber voice. -To don't
Ye. Captain Crantland of tb
I. S. array." ber niece returned
"I have had th honor to be bis
nurse for a week, although no
body knew bis Identity antll al
most the last day of bis stay.
To think of It!" her aunt re
plied. -The Casta In Crantland!
Weren't you thrill-d?"
"Yes. I was." Miss lloyt ad
rallied, -when I found out who
be was. To tell the truth. I
wasn't particularly Itaprersed
with him before."
-Proving that no man Is a hero
to his nurwV I paraphrased the
end of the quotation quickly with
a providential quickness of
thought, for I bad seen the Indig
nant astonishment rise in both
face at the beginning of my lll
-Exactly." Mia lloyt replied
"la fact, we nurses are a cynical
lot. I'm afraid.- anyway. Rut we
see enough to warrant our cyni
cism." -No doubt." I returned with an
air of indl.'fer-nee which It cost
tne something to achieve. -Good-by.
Miss Hovt. I'm glad to know
of Captain Graalland'4 good con
dition. Good-by, Mrs. Graham."
I shall always be proud of th
way In which I managed mv
adieux. for I was not only agitat
ed, bat angry. And as I went
down the street one question said
Itself otrr and over again to mr
What did Mrs. Graham mean
by Th Captain Crantland?
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