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ITBE 1XSCRAXCB SOCIETY
fldelsen, Roland ft Bnrghnrdt .
Indent Agent 371 Stat St.
MONEY TO LOAN;
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd ft Bush Dank)
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
244.207 Oregon Duildlng
"TSTrALK 3 ACReT STUMP LAX l
"Vli ... ... fenced with wire
,rM seeded to grass.
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This is great ' ,L bl0,t
e.ltr Co- 2-.' Oregon Bldg.
"ftRIVO' VOI R IXSCRASCS BUSl
'tss nl H us tell ? h to
Mia maximnum protertion at mmi
eost. Von will I ,,d,'T DO .T
t in. We are sperial-
",u i lia nJ can 10,1
"STASDLEY a FOLEY;
Bests 3 BusB Bank Building
r..r E1& QUINARY i
tux l..r.rA a, o
Box 13, Ssleat. Owaer may have same
by iuVlifri . paving! damages
and advert isutg. j
BIBGAIN FOR SALE. A PARTLY
-d White rotary sewing machine.
FOR KENT ROOM AT THE ALEXAN
. aris. Vscstcd Monday, 1030 CherneW
tts. Plwse 1280.
ONE WHOLE BLOCK OF LAND IN THE
city f Salem and large unfinished
basse for 3UU0.
Everybody talk cold storage plant.
A S0-acr farm not far from Salem at
IJoO per aer.
Boost (or cold storage building. -
A 113-acr farm for trad or sale; close
I town, st 165 per acre.
Attend flax ireetiny, 10 a. m.
JJH seres f the very best of land with
11 accessary builCing and tools, raa
rkinerv sad stock. Close to town. For
Gertrude J. M. Page
S. Cottage St. Phon 1183
1T scren, 160 seres in cultivation, i.far
ra Iryart station:, good 7 -room house,
laifs barn, i granary. hay barn, tool
SMMt hog house and other outbuild
iar; water piMd to hnuse. A fine
sairj or grain ranch ' Price $90 per
S'ft: half c-jsh, balance can run at 6
er seat. "-Will take la exchiflse good
snutU srreaxe property, to j value of
tatm. Prone or berry ranch preferred.
l MILLS & COPLEY
131 H Sut Strett Phon 175
BEST BUYS j
to acres. IS prune. 1 M timber, balance
j . raitiTaied. t-rooin bungabiw, larn; j
I tails of 8alem 10.5HJ. cash.
f" aerea. 7 locans, 1 Mrawhcrries..f imily
rrbsrd, -rum bungalow, basement,
Sara, shop; chicken coop: 10 acres
rbrtr; 5 wi'.es of Siilem, $ll,5uo,
Wit serei, cleared, family orchard. 7-
rm hoosc. barn, ',j mile tof town.
'ra wire fence. 'Vi mile of school:
ItVH). ll-tiX ah. balance 1 tier cent.
i seres, 4 bearing btgans. one prunes 3
iir old; 1 acre strawberry fillent:
' miles from Salem. $3500, $1J00
nth, halanett i uer rent.
131 trre. 2 cleared. IB prunes, uniall
sw. wiles of Kalcm. H"00.
1 aern, 3 loiians lot!nm inl: tfrrootn
barn, chirken house. All fence!,
4 siiles from Salem, $3000, ?2000 cash,
Valaace S Der rent
' sen, cleared; buildings on the place
wth the price asked. Paved road.
suit from tar, $2230 cah, balance 6
aer cent. .
Tint t esre $100 and $1300 Ivans on
Ml estate at 7 per cent.
- house, 2 lots, at school; close to
ttr. Small hart;, wood house, chicken
: $1100. half cash.
c I mem strictly modern bungalow.
i tawny arranged anil .iniisncu
" ia city. Close to school. S lots
1 Care. $6800, which is less than cost,
S-iso) house, electric lights, sewer eon
stin, lots of fruit. 2 lots, barn,
hoas and pen; $2250, $500
, a!ae $50 monthly.
nam atsaern house, 3 blocks from
Sfssni, j bioekt from ear; gsrase;
, $3250 cash, balance 7 per
' :. ...
I kw- 7 Mocks from State st. 2
',ltrW high scmol and car, $1600,
. 'l eih. balance j per cent.
ini house, plastered, dotch
I"1', garage with concrete floor,
' kl oa fru't and walnuts
T"1 : eoncrete walk, graveled street
"-, , eash .
Ul State Street
"f WOMAN OR GIRL FOR
JT1 Wosework. Call lena Mack.
- eellect, for further information
Ve7EIF0R HOME IN THF COUN-
"iidle sged Woman for light
s-T-!"" Pbon 27F4.
sL. RlNLrED. RELIABLE SALES
Jires position. Phone 1028 II.
s.;,''8 B01f W ANTED FOR A GOOD
C'alt Statesman office or
.5r?90T T0 nzuv IX MAILING
.I'V Apply Statesman office,
Ul. 1KN AND WOMEN TO
" 9t subscriptions. A good
IW T .. " 1 'he ri;ht people. Address
fm U Jlemestcad. Statesman Bldg
"n... '. " "inill.Mi Til M.Miin
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Idress Home Hub,
. t.rand H
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1" Loiu l St.
THE OREGON STATESMAN. &ALEM. OREGON.
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
1 Hawkins k Huberts. 205 Oregon bltlg.
WE HAVE SOME GOOD FARM MOHT
. Safes to aell.
HAWKINS A ROBERTS
205 Otrgoa Bldj., Salem.
I HAVE APPLICATIONS FOR LOANS
ranging from $500 to S00. If you
baTe the money to loan call on me or
A. 0. BOMRXSTEDT
401 Masonic Temple, SaVm, Ore eon
FOR SALE KLLL BLOIED BUTTER
cup roosters. I'hone 20 F5.
rilE KOBTUWEST POULTRY JOUB
net, th biggest and best in the west
To lit magazine lor lira Bwullrymen.
7aa 7er, 81.00 in Salem. Bend S
rents v samtila todav. Address To
Northwest Poultry Jonraual. Salem, Ore
gon. Mention tni. -
IP YOU WAST TO OET THE BEST
farm paper, send I5e to Th Pacifie
Homestead, Salem, Oregon, for three
month trial subscription. Mention this
Ml SCELLAN EOUS
BXD CEDAR POSTS
For Sale At Jjc and 25e each. Pouts
ran be fwn il the Oregon Electric
freight yard. Phono 73F11.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN MODEL,
3U-X Sampson tractor, used only as a"
demonstrator. Phone ti34 or call at IGj
LOVERS OF GOOD FLOUIi BRING
your wheat lo Pratum Flouring mill and
get your flour in exchange, 46 lbs. to
the bushel. Will exchange feed, for
wheat. Rolling and grinding ny time.
W. B. McCa'.lister. , -
STANDARD EXCHANGE. S42 NORTH
Commercial street, diamonds, watches,
annaical instruments .guns, clothing,
shoes, etc. Both new and? used goods
bought, sold or exchanged, i
ONJONS - GOOD QUALITY, I $2.00 PER
hundred, delivered. Phone :4SF11.
ROME BEAUTY. COOS RIVER AND
Ben Dsvjs epplesl 3 loxes "for f2.50
delivered. JkVard K. Kichardson. Ption
FOR SALE TRUCK CHAINS A LI
SIZES, CAPITAL JUNK A BAR
GAIN BOUSE. 215 CENTER ST.
PHONE 398. "
8TB A WB ERR Y PLANTS STRONG,
vigorous, well rooted. Any quantity;
Oregon, MjirihalL Ma goon.. Trebla, Et
tersburg No. 121. Ettersburg No. 80,
Gold Dollar, Wilson, Progressive Ever
bearing; 100 of each variety, $8 post
paid, or 100 each of any four. $4; de
livered in city. Quantity prices inter
esting. Ward . K. Richardson, 2395
Front street. Phone 494.
Hubbard Squashes, lb '. . .
Onions, keepers, 100 lbs.'
Small Onions, keepers, 100 lbs.'. , .
Table Carrots, per 100 lbs........
Potatoes, Netted Gem, 100 lbs.....
Cabbage for kraut, 100 lbs
WARD K. RICHARDSON
CAPTIVITY OP THE OAT3CA3 GIRL8
This true story of western immigra
tion has been carefully rsvised, making
a handsome littl book. It tells in
graphic terms of th massacr of th
Oatman family, of ' th aseap . of Lo
re mo, and the captivity of Mary and
Oliv. Mary died of starvation and
Oliv was purchased from too Indians
five years later. - Th price is 20 cents,
postpaid. Address Oregon Teachers
Monthly, Salem. Oregon. , !
WALLBOARD" CAN BE USED OVER
lath or studding. Can ' b tinted or
.papered. Max O. Buren, 178 Aorta
. Commercial street.
WALFELT' YOUR HOUSE; ITS
superior to cloth, at about hslf price.
Msx O. Buren, 179 N. Com'l St.
WALL -PASTE." NO COOKING BE
quired. Sticks everything. Max O.
Buren. 178 N. Commercial strict.
SACKS. SACKS TOR. SALE S0O.OOO
rrain. oats snd potato sacks. Capital
Junk and Bargain House, 215 Center
Street. Pbnn 394.
FOli SALE DRY SECOND GROWTH
fir wood. 16 in., or 4 ft. Fred Wells.
305 S. Church St. , Phone 1542. i 1
CALL THE SALEM FUEL TARDSfrrOR
your wood and coal; ollice 752 irade
Street. Phone 528. - '
SLIGHTLY USED FORDEOX TRACTOR
A bargain, 349 Ferry street.
OLESON MOTOR CAR CO.
349 N. Commercial St. Phone CC6
Used Car Center. Quirk Changes.
1!15 Stndebsker ' $325
1918 Ford, demountable rims, shock
absorbers., speedometer, etc, a
bargain at -
1919 Cbehvrolct 4"'0
1916 Ford 285
Ford Sedan, s.if starter --0
New 2,i ton Day-Elder truck at bargain.
1920 Harley-Davidson motoreytle and
side car st a bargain. 1
Many other good buys in used cars.
FOR RENT TO A GENTLEMAN. ROOM
in home with all modern conveniences.
Address B. L.. csre Statesman.
t. L. WOOD. -331 STATE ST.. REAL
MODERN BUNGALOW FOR IcENT ON
eondition that renter purchase tarnx
ture. wood,, etc.. $20 a month: $900
or less will handle. Addrcs CC8, care
" Statesman. -
FOUR-FOOT CORD WOOD WANTED
Salem Tile & Mercantile Co.
WANTED TO KENT MODERN HOUSE
not less than seven room. "Puone Ar
thur Edwards, 33FI.
$20 OFFERED FOR FOR THIS BOOK
"Oregon Archives." Salcw. 18j3 Ad
dress John I- K.tchcock. 1010 Powell
street. San Francisco. Cal!
FOR CARPENTER -WOltIC AND GEN
eral repairing wntcjdone. "I
DR. L M. HUM CURES ANT KNOWN
oista." 13 8. High St, Ph283.
l7T SHOP" MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hit. rX.lcd and blocked-4W Court
us- wtitTK INSURANCE ON ANY
hi,., m the best old tine companies.
,for insurance. Laflar k Lsflar.
401 Oregon building
the Classified Ads.'
SALEM LAUXDRT COMPANY, 13 8.
Liberty street. Phon 25. Oldest
Largest Best. Established 189.
vnauiy work, prompt
MOXKY TO MAS.
LOANS! LOANS, t IF YOU WANT
raonejr on city rtpertv. e u. We
hare it on good terms and low rate of
interest. Laflar & Laflar, 400-7 Oregon
ITALIAN PIUNE TREES a few I .-ft.
all grades; aUo various kinds of nura
V. We are now making fall
delivery. Fniitland Nursery Co.. Route
. Saleui. I'hone lllr'2
PAIKTINO AND PAPEEHANGINO
I bar gone east on an extended visit and
I recommend A. 11. Clark (phone
1396J) as a competent workman. Ulenn
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private hospital. I have best of equip
ment. I'hone 1938.
REPAIRING AXD SHARPENING
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
paired. General sharpening, chimney
sweep. 342 North Commercial street.
CUTLERY GRINDING: LAWN MOW.
ers. safety razors, t. Stewart's Ke-
pair Shop. 347 Court street.
WANTED HAULING CONTRACT FOR
a ton Packard truck, lumber, gravel,
wood or anything. Nothing le tbau
10 clays coniilereil. I'hone 377.1.
TRAXS FER IIA ULIXO
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 228
Stato St, phon 833. Distributing,
forwarding and, storsg our spcislty.
Get wr rates.
SECOXB HAND FURXITURE
WANTED SECONDHAND FURNI
tnre, rugs, rameta. stoves. meMnr
snd toola. Beat prices paid. Th Cap
ital Hardware A Furnitar Co 285
w. Com' I St. Phon 847.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 yesrs experience: Depot National
fence, sixes 26 to 58 inches high. Paints,
oil and varnishes, etc., loganberry and
hop books. Salem Fence and Stove
Works. 250 Court street. Phon 124.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WT- BUY AND SELL- StOOrD HAND
goods of all kinds, pip fittings, har
ness, cottars, collar pads, tooisl and
chains. Fred Schiodler, 258 Cntr
WALL PAPER, PAINT
WALL PAPER AND CEILING PAPER
20c snd up doubl roll. Max O. Bn
r en, 179 N. Commercial St.
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS, WALL
Paper snd Pictur Framing. Good
workmen. 455 Court St. Phon 485.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
CATHERINE 6CHLEEF, M. D, PHY
siciaa and Surgeon. Offices Oregon
building, rooms 411-13. Phone 640,
264. -Over Oregon Electric depot.
SALEM WATER. LIGHT 4k POWER
Co, office 301 South Ccro'l street.
Ten per cent discount on domestic
flat rates paid in advance. N de
ductions for abseno or any cause ma
le water is shut off your premises.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL,
U. 8. National Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC !
Physician and Burgeon. Kirksviile
graduate, 404 and 405 C. 8. Natl Bank
building. Phone Office 919, residence
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician as Snrreon, 403-404 Oregon
Bldg. Phones: OfKcw 1394; Res. 58F5.
DR. O. I.. SCOTT, 1. S. C. CHIROPRAC
tor, 309-12 V. H. B-nk B! Ig. l'hona
INQUIRE OF OWNER ABOUT 6-ROOM
bungalow, almost new. at phon 1725.
21 ACRES FRUIT AND
3 acres bearing loganberries and balance
.in Italian prunes, all are in bearing e
cept about 2 acres. On good road and
close to pavement: in fine fruit section.
Good U-room house, barn, fruit dryer
and rlrrken houe A bargain at $13.
1)00; half cash. Will exchange for good
stock ranch to about equal value; mnst
be on good road.
469 State Street.
SPLENDID 8 ROOM PLASTERED
house, small' basement. . electric ligbta,
bath and toilet, on good street, close
in; only $2650; $650 down; snap. This
' fine property must be sold. Walter Mc
Laren, Koom 21, 180 North Commer
cial stret. Phone 430.
SIX ACRES GOOD BARN. 30x3
chicken house, 12x54. 2 story; 50
cherry trees, 5 years old; 70 pear
trees, wire fence, good well; one acre
strawberries. Price $2750.
20 acres 4 miles out, 16 tillable, 4 tim
ber, 200 cords wood, soil red. . Price
( LOOSE & PATTON
370 Vi State Street. rhone 987
1 OREGON LAND CO.
One 6 room house (modern except base
ment) garsge. oarn. two wu, t s
den. on car line, immediate possession,
t $ jooO; $10M) will handle.
One 7 -room house with all modern con
: v'enience. close in, only 1 block to car
line, $30O0. Very easy payments.
Other real estate of all kind and price.
Let as show yon what we have.
OREGON LAND CO.
FOB SALE LOGANBERRY TRACT 8
seres in full be.nfig. trellised with ce
dar posts, rich loam soil. Price $4 0o,
i. cash, balance easy payments at 7
fir cent, l.'art Mullcr. 208 Oregon
HOME BARGAINS AND
1 room bungalow east front, $950; hslf
eh, bal. terms. ...
5-room bungslow. good corner lot, east
front. $1X0, $250 ra, balance like
3 room" cottage. $', $15". down.
40 acre miles out , n cult. I -
rord wood all fine soil. Trie $t20O.
Terms. . , .
75 sere timber land rast of S.lem. . Ooo-t
road 40o cord wood timber. H fin
loam" soil. Snap. $75 per acre. Ter"i.
105-acr farm 3 milca frwm town, half n
rult iod bldgs.. good fences. Mock.
tools, machinery, feed. SIIixmi. Term.
Wo want your listings. Giv nv a trit
PERRINE & MARSTERS
311 VI Gray Bldg. I h &7
l w? btatehinan tlaaUie4 Ada-
NEARLY 3 ACRES. SMALL HOUSE.
soma fruit snd berries, just off South
Commercial street car, an Jeffrrma
rad. A bargain. Addrcs owner, W.
S. McVey. Salem. Route 4.
5 ACRES, BEST OF SOlV. FAMILY
orchard. 6-room house, guod barn and
other out -building, water !. A
g"od bny st $450. Modern C room
hnune on 2Srd t., $n'no. Nie liome.
7 rooms, rloae in on LilMTty St., $2500.
Jli State, Fbone "07.
PETTEY'S REALTY CO.
12'i ACRES. 8 SET TO LlKJANS. $400.
f.M.d terms: 13 acres. cultiviled.
15ti. almo:.t our own terms: 2
acre $3iiio for nomethiug in Sam: tt
r'Mm boils close : to Inch school.
$18(0. Magee, room 2!. cor. Stat A
Commercial, over iiui-irk's.
15 acres of good berry soil. a'.I cultivated
and close to station. Oregon Electric.
I'rir $1950. jr,73 down, balauc $J00
per ye:.r. 0 er cent interen.
0'j acrrs of timber and brush land, lo
rated close in. south of Salem. lr:r
1HOO, $500 !own. balance terms.
10 acres located close to station on Ore
gon Electric railroad. 5-room house and
bam. chicken houses. Price $22l0,
4.BI-acr tract 11 plowed, located south
of Salem, just . rod off mam high
way on rock road. Price $loo. $300
down, balance terms at ft per rent.
9.(tl-arre tract, located south of Salem on
good road, fine berry soil, good loca
tion. Price $3200: $."Oi down, balance
terms at 6 per cent interest.
5 acres located north of Salem on Oregon
Electric, a'l cultivated. I'rir $t50:
$150 down, balance $100 per year, 0
per cent interest.
12 acre tract, 0 acres cultivated, balance
put ore, eoire timtr. ama'l house,
barn. well. I'riee $2 loo; $llo0 down,
balance 6 per rent interest.
5 acres, good bungalow, barn. well, two
acres logans balance young prunes,
good road. Price $5o00.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 Stat Street.
FOR SALE STRICTLY MODERN 7
room honse, close in, easy psyments,
immediat possession. Hart and Mailer,
208 Oregon bldg.
A FINE SMALL TRACT WITH 1.0
gans, strawberries and bearing prunes,
house needs repair, but will make a
good income property as well as one
of tJ. test of suburban homes. mile
from - csr line, good road the year
THE FLEMINO REALTY CO."
7 ROOM HOUSE, PAVED STREET AND
csrline, price $4300.
1 block 8-room modern honse, complete,
$60o0. terms reasonable. -102
acres, 65 in cultivation, heavy dark
soil, cQon-e buildings, ptac an iinunea i
' 34 miles from railroad town. I
IQU'ira 1 nrtn ewift Kn i l.l in a trmAm I
for town property, terms on balance;
$75 per acre.
SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
U. S. Natl Bank bldg. Fhone 470
23 rooms with good income, close in, for
sale at a bargain, or will trade on
farm north of Salem.
BARBER & PEARSON
200, Gray Bldg., Near Commercial Osb
100 ACRES OF FINE BERRY LAND
all under plow on main highway five
miles out. little timber. $90 per acre.
A good cottage, sis rooms, close in.
$350. Nest four room bungalow.
$1300. Three room house, $.00. Sis
, acre tract, new honse, orchard and
) loganberries close, to rar line for sale
or will take acreage or home as part
pay. 80 acre farm, good prune land.
7 miles out $100 per acre. 7 room
bungalow with garage $2700. ' ' i
F. L WOOD
341 State Street.
BARGAINS FOP. A FEW DAYS TWO
good house. Three bits and plenty of :
fruit. Terms. Call r875R or 554W.
SNAP NEW 5-ROOM BUNGALOW,
plastered. modern plumbing, wired.
Price $21. on verv easy terms.
W. 11. GRABENHORST CO.
275 State Street.
FUll SALE 5-ROOM COTTAGE,. PI. Al
tered, full concrete basement, modern
plumbing, gas and eleetric lights, lo
cted close in on Saginaw street. Price
W. II. GRABENHORST k CO.
275 ritate Street.
BARGAIN 5-KtKJM MODERN BUNrtA
low with garage, a very attractive
home, located on Stale Street. Price
W. II. GKWSENHOKST 1 CO.
275 State Street.
FOR SALE FIVE BUILDING LOTH OS
Fail-mount bill. cheap aud iia easy
II. GRABENHORST t CO.
275 State ritreet. ,
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
Offer three good farms, insperted list
week and approved by them as reason
able in . listing price, running around
$125 an acre (one st $75). They eon- '
stitut a good buy, either one of them. I
'Com in and see us. 341 State street.
FOR SALE REAL GOOD HOUSE AN! j
large lot. Term.- For particular ad
dres "B," Graphic Office, Nestbcrf,
L A. HAYFORD
See this 5 room bungalow, modern except
basement. Built 4 years, fur nly
A new modern ft room bungalow in goo J
location. South Salem, rnely arranged,
for only $5(R.
Two modern -bungalows :ln Sonth Sclem.
just bui't, basement, etc., one for
$250O;'the other 2d50.
6 room bungalow on State St.. nearly new.
fireplace, bnilt in feature. See tliis
for only $65U0; $100U cash to handle
7-room bungalow on State St., basement,
furnace, fireplace, built in bookcases,
and built in feature; strictly modern.
Price $750(1. $1(100 cash will handle
it with $10 per mo. paymects on bal
ance.: And this 6 room bungalow on Stare at.,
fireplace, basement, furnace, built in
features, strictly modern.' and only 6
vears old. for $30. . $10O0 will han
dle it with $30 per month on balance,
This is a good large'' 8-room house rlnte
in. plastered. toilet. bath. electric
light, city water, garage with cement
11. Kir. lifht and water. I'riee $4""".
Cash payment of only $1000 and $35
Phones, tiff ire 737. Residence 1!03.
3li5 State Street.
FOR RF.NT FARMS
e'ARM EOlt KEX1 SEE WM. ELEM
inc. nil Stat street.
NOTICE F I'HANGK OK CILDK
ON HIGH STICKKT FROM
IMON STREET TO DIVISION
Not if e is hereby given that the
Common Council deems it expedi
ent so to -do and hereby ilccUre
Its purpose and Intention to
change the grado on High .-Street
from the , north line of Union
Street, to the north line or Livi
sion Street, said grade shall, con
form to the grades indicated on
a plan designated "Plan of gride
for tbc Improvement , of High
direct from Union Street to Div-
i.t.. Kireet No. 2." which wajJ n hite. and vou can bet they er
fllwl lo the nffico of the City Re
tordcr ta the 15th day of
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 of this
notice is November 17. 1929.
Adopted by the Common Council
this 15th day of November. 1920.
Attest: EARL RACE.
XOTICE OK IIEARIXti FINAL
At VOl" XT.
Notico is hereby given that the
final account of E. I. Johnson,
as administrator of the estate of
Lucy Johnson, deceased, has been
filed In the county court of Mar
ion county, ttate of Oregon, and
that the 6th day of December.
192i. at the hour of 10 or lock
a. m. has been duly appointed by
uch court for the hearing: of ob-jection-i
to yuch final account and
the final settlement thereof, at
which time any perron interested
in such estate may appear and file
objections thereto iu writing and
contest the same.
E. L. JOHNSON. j
Administrator of the Estate of
Lucy Johnson, deceased.
Max Gehlhar and Jas. G. Heltzel.
Attorneys for Administrator.
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion Crearsery & Produce C
Salem, Oregon. Phone 2183
I SALEM MARKETS I
Egg ana roaltry
Hens, heavy, 23c.
Hens, light. 2 0-2 2c.
0d roosters. 8-lCc
Broilers, 2 2-2 4c.
Turkeys, live. 32c-35c.
Turkeys, dressed. 4 2c-43c.
Geese, live, 18c-20c.
Geese, dressed, 22c-27c.
Pork, Mutton astvi Reef
Pork, on foot, 13 lie.
Dressed hogs, 20c.
Beef steers, 7 Vi-8c.
Top veal, 18-1 9c.
Clover hay, 21-$22.
Oat and veica bay,
Cheet hay. $21-23.
- Wheat. $1.33. ,
' Deans, 6-6 4
Mill Freds. Retail
Mill run. $31 ton.
YIioleale to Oc-aiers
Creamery butter. l-62c.
r Bananas. 13, l-2c.
Lemons. $4.-0 to $3.25.
Grape fruit. Cal.. $4.
$6.50. Morida. $8.30.
Cranberries, $5.75 box; $13.50
Dates, $7.25 case.
Cabbage. 1 l-2c.
Onions. Oregon, $1.75.
, Onions, California, $2.40.
Turnips. $2.00. .
..Carrots, $1.00 sack.
Green peppers. 13c.
Cauliflower, $1.75 doz.
Date. 23c lb.
lettuce, $ :i . 7 5 crt.
Parsley CUc Cozeu bunches.
Beets. 75c docen bunche.
Tomatoes, $2.25 crate.
Potatoes, new. Zc.
Sweet potatoes, 4 1-2 to 5e.
Cababas. 3 l-:c lb.
Grape. 14c lb.
Huckleberries, ISc lb.
r Comb houey, case. $S.
- Celery, 90c dor bunches.
Honey, extracted 20c lb. ,
Ret an -Creamery
Flour, hard wheat. $2.So-$3.50.
. Flour, valley, $2.75.
Hard wheat flour. $3.50-$3.?5.
Hie Story oi a Honeymoon
1 Wonderful Romance of Married
Life Wonderfully Told by
MADGE RECEIVES AND RECOG
NIZES A "TOKEN.
My mother-in-law listened in
tently while, in response to her!
imperious request. I related to hr j
the tale of the tax Ira b criinh. oil .
Fifth avenue, in which I had met
the eyes of the torl?n-looking j
man in the next taxi, read ktartled;
recognition in them, and felt a .
haunting sense of their familiar-;
ity to me. !
I also told her of th swathed
Invalid in the taxi who had been
pushed back so imperiously by th
other occupant. And then, drtcr-J
mined to keep nothing back. 1 1
told of Mrs. I,urke-;'s answer to th ;
advertisement for a hous3. "and j
her description of the man who.
had tak'n it in' to strange a man-;
ner. a description that tallied so .
closely with my own rem-ntbranc-s i
of the man In the taxi that. I was!
Fttre the two personalities were
'Of course." my mothcr-ln-law
eoinmrnted caustirally wh"n I hait
finishd. "Any fool ciuld tell
that. And it's plain to be seen
that thoe two men over there
know you well, your habit, cv
errthine aliout you. They ar
ranged that advertisement so that
mm one in .Marvin soma tie sure
- 1 overjoy ed when they found theVj
could gel nsnt. e"
that throws no liRht cn th ques
tion cf their mot.ts. Of cours?.
this rubbish they hate sent you
mean nothlnr. Hut yon might
as well finish It."
I took the hint and the U tter a .
the fame tluie.
"No Ned Tor Signatur-."
w.thin the boundaries of your
own ground. You are well pro
tected there, and m are always
watching. It In when you go amay
that we are unable lo guard yon
"One other thins. You do not
know ua. you probably never will.
And yet it may be neresary sortie
lira-? for us to see you. In order
to a usu re you of our richt to
command your obedience we are
enclosing a token which von will
probably recocnlze. When we
send yon a similar on by anr
agency. It will mean an homed-
iate summons In the house next
to yours. Do notfai I to come the
results would be drastrou.
"There Is no need for tlgna
tures to thi lett-r. You would
not recognize them If we gave
them. So. dear Madame Graham,
we remain simply.
"THE MKN NEXT DOOR."
I raised my ey?s to my mother-in-law's
and for a moment we
tared at each other In blank as
tonishment. Then she put back
her head and Iaughd heartily, a
performance so unexpected In her
that 1 was startled.
Just A Tiny Coin.
"Of all the melodramatic bal
derdash!" she said at last, wiping
her eyes. "Of course, it notbln
to be laughed at either, for theT'r
dangerous enemies. Still. I JT3n I
believe they're verT dangerons
either. They rouidn't be and have
the kind of a brain that could
write a fool letter like that. It
rounds like old dime novels that I
nsed to burn np when I caught
j ( The whimsical Idea erosed tny
mind that to b- so familiar with
their style she must have surrep
titiously read sora of the novel
before she burned them, but I
knew better than to voice the
k "ICs have a look at this 'tok
en. they're so brash about. my
mother-in-law continued. "It's
probably the mwed-off half of
ring or something. They probably
hav done it in regulation Dia
mond Dick style.
Her voice expressed contemptn
ous ridicule to the tenth power.
My common sense agreed with
hs-r. but from the depths of my
nature a little, premonitory voice
of warning sounded told me that
there was something behind thts
bizarre proceeding which I did
rot understand, and which I mnst
treat mwt warily.
It was on of the almost psychle
little premonition which I fre
nnently have, and that I have
found it behoove me to hed.
The knowledge of It made my
ringrs tretubl as I undid the tiny
tlsKue-pa per-wrapped parkare
wh!ch had slipped from the letter
as I opened It.
The next Instant I had nttered
little Involuntary cry and was
gazing with startled errs at a ttnv
gold coin through which had bewr
punched a hole.
"What l It. Madse?- ray mother-in-law
"I don't know yet." I re
turned. "Wait a minut.
Iroe and went swiftly to the
trnnk in th corner wh-re I kept
my mother s little keetakc5. an'
froiu it brought a bx. which I
opened with finrcr that tremblel.
From that box I took a ll'tle
bracelet of gold coin, exactly like
th-s one in the letter
tTo be cont'nue,) .
-YOt It MRDHINK IS t. K.
Mrs. Chas. Rule. New Dirtln.
Wist., writes: "Your medicine l
O. K. I think Voley'a Honey and
Tar U the le.t tr coughs. I
think jour incdirine is all you say
It is. I know I woutd never be
without it. You may ii!e tny
name." Foley" Honey and Tar
acts uukkly. checks . cough,
colds ami croup, cuts the hlegm.
opens air passages and allay ir
ritation. It stops slecp-diMum-Ing
coughing at night. Children
like It. Contains no opiates. Sold
. SODA NITROGEN
An AH-Ameriean product
manufactured by our electrical
process, containing fully a
muh nitrogen as th imported
Chilean nitrate of od. and a
valuable lime con'ect in addi
tion. Parked ready for use In
finely ground, dry condition In
1 4 ".pou nl butla p bags provided
ith water-ptoof pajer liuers. a
Offevl tn m com petit i
Ittr hati with lrMHr1cl
Cltilean nitrate of
Tor f"rrr partiralars a-t-lev.s
M-1TTI.F-, I . ?. A.
La Crand. Wa'h. Laht BaaUca. S.C
"We have inrormatlon not to " Zow" , ?d 1 J rocra ' iM
le !isrecarded that your lite Is p- Mrtln. wa. perforaej t
enngere.! oery time you leave h h. K J J
your hnm." Jh. letter went on. a rhu,h; lla lb Rel, ; fl
"Therefore we command yon- Lvans olficlatinr- l"1
and we luve the riitht of command h- cer mony at the paron-
that for the next week you .tar th w?nt the home of
StfStaaas Tut onva '
NOVEMBER 27. 19C0
Is Chosen by Couple
Thanksgiving day at noon was I
the time chosn by Eva Mines for)
her wedd.nx tf Je M. Mania.
The ceremony which was wit-,
nrsreu hr Ih brids'a falar. V
the groom a parents where an
elatarate wedding wa served.
Mr. and Mrs. Mart n lert on thei
4 o'clock train for a short wedding ;
trip through the northern cities :
after" which they will be at hora
to their friends on a farm In the ,
Macleay neighborhood where thej
groom l a prosperous fanner. j
JHICHESTER S PILLS
eV v lRCMkavSTusa. ys.
I i tli .1 Am imm . sw A.
si m lie sw inn i bmms 1
S-lik SU-4 -IS r mVV
Tao nkM. t aTw w
. ' s( ii m rri &.TTW
uya sstss risos. a i
sT - r.
rt & t 5r the engi
w-?r.filHo" nr protection.
? Come in or write
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29 at 1 p. m.
2049 Nehraska Avenue
All my Furniture and Tools. Hive sold tny place, am golnj
1 six-year old cow. has been fresh two months a good one.
2 iron bedsteads; 2 dressers; 1 oak three-leaf dining table; 1
oak library table; 1 diop-leaf table; 1 center table; 1 uphol
stered conch. 1 sanitary couch;- dining chalrr; 1 Morris
chair; 3 arm rockers: 1 sewing chair; 2 kitchen chairs; 2 sets
of bed springs; 1 healinc stove: 1 range; 1 sewing machine;
1 eight-day clock; some dishes; 1 tab; clothe wringer: clothes
basket; wath boiler; some cooking, ntenslls; 59 shlng.:
some galvanised water pipe,; scythe; aome 6-lnch stove pipe:
wire netting; axe; pick; 2 hoes; garden rake; pitchfork; 12
grain sacks; rpade; whecl-barrow; meat saw and steel win
dow sash with glass 21x30 Inch, some carpenter tools acd
G. VY. GILES G. SATTERLEE
' Owner. Nov. 2S. 1 p. ra.
20 49 Nebraska Ave.. Salem.
Light Your Farm
Buildings with the
Lot L. Pearce & Son
236 North &mnerdAl Street
PREPARE for the re investment of your Interest and divi
dend la prcsen offering. January 1st may not offer as
Anticipate jour requirements and seriously consider the
C'l.Ve .t !-
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Edmonton, Alberta Prorince
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MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.
"Ta rrer Mvtunr! aVs4 llws"
, r.1a Of TsleTr. . i 3 11 lurk
OtWr OfTtces st I- a la. Tar.
Mask, a4 taa ftaarisrw. Cal.
;Tlra-a r TsC;tt-a Cieis at Ovr C rs
- Newly Calcimine!
Chas. W. Niemeycr
213-216 Masonic Temple
Univerjal Light and Power
IJrht your ioce and bsfti J
tHeally. No more lanterns atd
larar to carry about and elsssB.
Iron your clothe electrically. NJ
more bet fire o tot daya to bcaf
Porno yoar water electrically. N
nor work on that eld pump taadia
sgine. Have water
and let me give
,-on farther lnformztlon and deaoa
traUon. 162 No. Commercial Street
co Salem Veil Co.
T. C Wood, Dealer
4 I Vir. i,
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