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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1921
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One neath -
Bis Latke' cMtrant, per
MDUI MWML Ml
Miataaua for My t4fntwil &
fflRB INSURANCE BOCDSTT
ThleLso-t, RoUnd 4t BarghArdt
BVdent Agent 871 State St.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate .
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd A Bub Bank)
LOANS REAL ESTATE
W lint earthing W kave the inq
t -Py m berk like rat Ow
lam ui eity property lists are een
"plt. M rtrai,
406-7 Ongoa J-Udg. Fkoao 1844
FOR RENT FURItlSHED FLAT AT
64 to Ferry atreet; 45 month,
t. Phono 23 or tall at Statesman office.
V A REAL HOME: 7 ROOM MODERN
bungalow all on one floor, parlor liv
In if, dining, kitchen, 8 bedrooms, all
built in features, full rement basement.
furnace, stationary laundry trays, fruit
room, double carafe. good locality
faces east on good pared at. Near
ear line. . Ae genuine bargain. Imme
diate possession. R. A. Msboney, 209
Oregon BlUg. Phone 217.
CKLLO FOR SALE GOOD CONDITION
rover, books and bow, $37.50. 623
i . 2. Winter at. eity.
FOR TRADE 40 ACRES FAYETTE
county. Iowa., for Salem property. rite
Krueger, 209 Oregon Bldg.
BUY NOW SIX ROOM HOUSE AND
bath; tea blocks from where we are
located. Price with furniture only
S22O0. For real bargains, see Krue
ger, Realtor, Oregon Bldg.
APPLES DELIVERED. PHONE 4 F 2.
FOR SALE OR TRADE LKJHT TRUCK
for email touring ear. 2210 S. Com-
mercial. Phone 689.
FURNITURE REPAIRED OR MADE TO
i order. Reflnisheing and upbolmerinj
e a BDeciality. Phone 1742. Brown and
Groves. 1201 South Commercial St.
-FOR SALE OR TRADE ONE PAIR
' black and tan hounds, good rustlers,
two rt Aid. Prefer ssddle In trade.
0 Al FriedL route 1, box 58, Sublimity,
a FAI L AND WINTER APPLES. BALD-
in. Kine Jonathan. Northern Spy,
price for or 10 box lota. No charge
m'i for delivery. Ward K. Richardson.
, Koine, HplUenberg, Banana, Special
S pbone 44.
a - " -
r-aWRattr FOR KRAUT. $2.00 PER
hundred delivered. Ward K. Richard-
son, phone 494. .
SECURITIES FOR SALE CITY OF AS-
- torla warranta to yield 9 due 1924.
" R, A. Mahoney, 209 Oregon B.dg.
3VOOO TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farm lend. R. A. Mahoney, 809 Ore-
gon Bldg.. phone 217.
, FIRE INSURANCE IS 1 OUR EXCLUSIVE
L OUR MOTTO is SOUND
PROTECTION at LOW COST. Stand-
ta- A Foley. Agta. MeMmnvuie uo.,
Bush Bank Bldg., phone 347.
ntF.ES TOMATOES AND CABBAGE
for tile. Phone 29 F 4.
FOR RENT FOUR ROOM FURNISHED
apartment on North Cottage street,
. centrally located. For particulars write
1SI2 Mill St, F,ugene. Oregon.
FOR RENT MODERN FURNISHED
i--i. al a reasonable price. Going
, soon. Inquire at 385 N. 24th St.
PAINTING AND DECOIUTINO-HIGiI
i elaaa work for Particular people. L. D.
Brandon, contractor. 865 North Iltgh.
pnone 645 J.
THE WARDR0BK TAKK ORB OF
. . n . w it ; t.
your eiotnea. in -. -- ----
77.,, sii.r--a.ROOM HOUSE. EASY
Ysrmi. Phone 20S7-W.
. ' Worth While
A FINE CLOSE IN . HOME. 5 LARGE
4 . . i a-.: K.k.e f nil hRlfV
rooms, oatn, ..-.v a". ---,
ment, large garage. Lot 50 il6- .
c - ft.a frnit treea. eencrete walka.
p.... atreet. price 4000,trm
v 820 aerea, 1-9 ic from R- R
An .-eea In cultivation, about
' 9 000.000 ft. good timber. Will make
' Lj ,,.i, ar dairr ranch. 1 1-4
il tar aebool. Price 19. 50 pe
., T MILLS' &. COPLEY
. 831 H State St.
jteaiiora - -
0 HEAD PURE BRED JERSEYS FOR
is 42 acres Waldo Hilla land. Ideally
. ' i . . l- -M vaaaanabla terms.
line buy w 7" .
A C. Bohrnstedt
a- -r..ABie TemDle. 8alem Oregon.
v t - I,
. Notice Is hereby glTen that a
t road district meeting will be held
- hA simnvHide achoolhouse in
.Itoad District No. 27 1-2 in Mar
lon county. Oregon, on Saturday,
tho 12th day of November. 19 zi.
-.virwir n. m. for the purpose;
. i-lnv en additional tax for
- road purposes In .aid d.rict.
Kntica la herebv elven that a
road district meeting will be held
.t liock Point achoolhouse in
yHoad District No. 70, In, Marion
county, Oregon, on Saturday, the
J 2th day ot November. 1921, at
7 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of
levying an additional tax for road
burposea In said district.
W. M. BUSIIEY.
1.ADY WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HOUSE
fnr rentlemaa. Addrea ' M.C," care
ost.FSWOMAN OF LOCAL RESIDENCE
aell high grade food producta to
coniramcr in house-to-hore campaign.
Permanent and profitable work to
ranabl olicilor. Call or telephone
Wore 5 o'clock today on Mr. Leavitt,
TOiVTSlt-FARM HAND WHO UNDER
- .aiia berries, mast bach. I 7 mile
aouth. Writ bog 186, Rt. 8.
WANTED ONE OK Two tv
M mn wvwi ' .'.".-"
Address "A No. 8,'V eare
. pOSITIOJf WANTED BY MARRIED
v man of experiencs la advertiainf nd
sslesmaaship. J. W. Jones, car tick
WANTED M.WEK0ETTC TOUMJ MAN
who kaa had experience selling life
taksuraace. stocks or advertising. Mast
be abte M devote bis entire tune and
be auibitieua lor advance-Dent. Must
have the coir ago to present business
proposition te nterchanta and prufre
iunal men. Answer in yonr own hand
writing atatiug age, educational aal
Uicationa. experience aa solicitor, etc
Adree 1 Ke. l. tjiatoan effiee
57 MILKS PKK f.AM.OX MADE WITH
new patented gasoline vaporizer. Write
for particular. Sirnny Vaporizer
to., I'ukwaua, S. U. '
pial.R am r r.al Al.-.
WANTED MKa am- WOMX5 TO
tese iarm paper eebecriptiona. A rowa
proposition te the right people. Address
the Pacific Eomeeteed, Buteeaaaa kUdg
fAOLAL 8CAL.P n-ftJlTM ENTS ; VIO
let ray; ananicuriaf, ensmpoou-s. ur
(on Bath house. Phone 640.
ASTROLOGY STAR! TELL LIFE'S
tory. Send birtbdtte and dune lor
trial reading. Eddy, Wesport St, 83
8 A Kansas City. Missouri
WANTED LIVE PARTNER IN GOOD
paying business. See Karff, !S71 State
street. Phone 99. -
rOR SALE CANARY BIRDS, DAY
and night singers. Mrs. Bennett.
Phone 120 liiaOrfcemeketa m .
fJT T0U WANT TO GET TH1 BES1
farm paper, eend 15e to The Pacific
Uomeafread, Salem. Oregon, far a saree
moaiha trial sabscription. Meatier
"ALADDIN READY CUT HOUSES"
80 percent saved in cost of construe
tion. Chaa. F. 8inith. factory repre
ertatlve, 020 Northwest Bank Bldg..
FOR SALE CHARTER OAK RANGE,
inquire 22C0 N. Fifth St.
FOR SALE VICT ROLA, TABLE MOD-
l, $50. Phone 17-J-W.
RUNNING BOARD LINOLEUM MAX
O. Buren, 179 N. Jommeccial.
GASOLINE AND OIL TANKS
fram the larreit to smallest. Lj. a.
t B.i.a.oit. laciorr reureseutative. oos
8. 12th St, phone IWi-J.
PULLER BRUSHES FOR DEMON-
atrations. C. Grimes, 541 Mill, rnooe
FOR SALE FRESH CIDER, ORAPfcS
and rraue mice: also apples, nice as
sortment. Phone 1K14. D. R. Ruble.
OLIDDENS LINOLEUM VARNISH
for all printed linoleum and congoieum.
Max O. Uuren, I7tf A. commercial.
FOR SALE CLIPPER DOUBLE HEAD
-ruin e leaner. No. lb. 4U sieves an
kinds. Also 5-ton wagon acale. Fair-
bank Morris, Brooks, Ore.
FOR SALE BUESC1IER GRAND SLIDE
trombone, rood condition. e-u. race
this at Moore-Dunn Music Store, Ma
THE HOUSE OF HALF A Jtl-LlUJ
and one bargains. we Diy, sen or
exchange anything and everything in
tha line of lunk or second hand goods.
Ka na before vou bur or salt Stein-
bock Junk Co. Remember the place.
402 N. Commercial St.- Phone
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AKD COMMUNITY SINGING
Aa especially good selection f the song
yon hart been wanting who worm ami
muaie complete. o matter now man;
songbooka you have you should bav,
ihi. .n. Mintminmr the Oreiton aoaaa
Prinea: Bine-la coDiea. 25e: 18 cent
each In loti of a doien or more; $12.50
the hundred, postpaid. Second editiOL
printed einee September
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
115 8. Commercial St Salem. Oregon
SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10
bnndle. Circulation department.
POULTR YM EN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent atamne for aoecial three months
trim for the best and oldest journal
in the west. The articles and adver-
tiaements are of apeclal interest te
the poultry breeders of the northwest
ftortnwesi rouury journal, ass vein
mercial St.. 8alem, Oregon.
FOR GOOD VALUE IN REAL WOOD.
Phone Judd, 108P3.
FOR SALE WOOD, BIO FIR AND
limb, 87; ash, 88. Phone Vitlt,
FOR DRY MILL WOOD AND OLD FIR
eall Tracy Wood Co- Pbone 6-0.
FOR SALE FIRST CLAS3 SECOND
growth big fir and oak. Pbone lia
DRY n ASD OAK WOOD FOR BALE
OLD GROWTH 16 IN. FIR. 88.60; 4
ft. second growth end aab. Pha :
FOR 8ALR BEST GRADE MILL WOOD
second growth and old fir, 4 ft. or
16 In. Fred E. Wells. Pbone 1542.
305 S. Church.
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
Cottage Apts- 160 Court.
FOR RENT SLEEPING ROOMS, f2.50
a week and up. 100 Court M.
FOR BENT ROOM FOB GENTLXMAl
in aiadarn borne ana eeatraur leeat
ad. Pleaae give name aad eddreea
W, esre Hrateaman
F. L. WOOD, 8 "TATa BT,
FOR RENT ABOUT NOV. 1ST. GOOD
8 room house on car line and paved
street. Oarage and woodshed, hen
house and several fruit treea, 3 lota,
nice location. Call or phone owner,
E B. Perrine, 1096 N. 17th St. Phone
'.OST AND FOUND
FOUND RING. OWNER MAY Ha E
same by tailing at iruui u
idenlifvinc aame. .
OLD MATTRESSES HA-ii ovis -
Capitol City tteauing m .
WANTED QUINCES, PEARS, DRIED
prune end Concord grape. Ward K.
Bichardaoc, phone 494.
WANTED FRESH COWS. OR COM
ing freah soon. I.Townaend. Phone
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS WANTED
Prefer cl to tspnsi -lege.
, Box 483, Salem.
DiTeni1llD HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
' " .j .Mkatavee. tool-. Ilea'
--- at nl
a-lta and shoes. . Liberty Exehaagw
41 N. Commercial. Phono B4I
txt i -TTTVi TO RENT 'H0U81C. 8 TO 0
-Mimi. ImmedUt POMeailoa. Phone
WASTED i EVEKTTKKNu IN HARD
'. ware nd furniture. Bt prices paid.
THt CAflTAl. HAtCDWAK-C
i ANU FLKNITLRit CO.
185 Nj Ctitto-ereial St r-bone 847
LANDLOhUi.'i fc.STABUSUfcD Bl'SI
Urn in Valuta fur 1'' years. Want
I nw lorstion. Wat bave ou to of
fit luiuediate possession not ne-
: esary, but will rlose yJT lra.e
at any time if kxation satisfactory.
i "Bubin-Kt, care Xtalrsinaa.
AUTO TUPS W.
0. V? RIGHT. 171
I DTO ! TOP.
fie South 12th, phone
TIKES AKD ACCESSORIES
SMITH WATKISS, 147 NORTH H10H.
Fisk, Biltrn CcrU, Hood extra ply
tires. Kv-rtbir for auto.
ntACY'S STORAGE GARAGS 444
' t erry street.
WANTED TO. BUY GOOD LIGHT CAR
: have small truck to trade. I'Loae
Moiner 220, evenings 118 K.
FOR SALE 1917 S PASSENGER
: light car, good condition, good tires,
$150. Merchant Delivery, 554 Ferry
WANTED LIGHT TRUCK IN EX
: change oa Hudson, Kasex or Baby
: Overland Fred Kirkwood, 240 Stats
GARAGE AXT3 S.EPAIR
UTO REPAIR SHOP L. MLLLiht, 4
: Oeater P' ma aWi
HOFFMAN ; ZOSKL TIRE REPAIR
tng, vulcanising, retreading; 17 eouta
Commercial street, rnone 471.
CAPITAI GAEAGE BUICK. 8TUDE
baker repairing. 13 boutn Laoerty
f AIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIKES, AO
ctsaonus, uaed ca.-a. Oar work guar
antaed. SStl Portland aVoad. Phone
S00TH COMMERCIAL GARAGE GEN
era! repairing aad overbauliug ju
8 Oommercial St.. 8alm
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU
ble shooting. 288 North High. Phone
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
station. Expert battery and electrical
work. Fsrris Bros. Phone 1803, 418
SALEM AUTO RADIATOB SHOP 19K
South 12th. Phone 28.
I 0. BAIR RADIATORS. FENDERS
Bodies repaired. 444 ferry.
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY. HOME
made candies, confection. e-srs. mag
aauaea. 1272 Stata. .
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
Psrlor. 110 North Commercial -Street.
OR. L. M
HUM CURES ANY KM OWN
153 a High 6t Pbone 288.
CLEANING a PRESSING
CLEANING, PRESSING DONE TO YOUR
satisfaction. Ulsssy line ei eoiiara.
tie. The Toggery, 1857 Slate.
, DRUG STORES
4 RE W KB DRUG
SECURE MY FIGURES ON WIRING
By contract, by hour. At pre-war
price. H. W. Hatch, phone 1744 W
J1AKJON POLK COUNTY 7 ARM LOAN
association has money to loan at in
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary -tre
arer. BOS 8alem Bank of Commerce.
PRANK Fj, RICHTER NEW, 8EC0ND
faaaid furniture. 349 N Commercial
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for sale. Smith 'a 801 Nortb Oo-anser
LEONARD: HOTEL VTW MANAGE
meat, clean, neat room and apartments
854 North Front St.
CHERRY CITY HOTEL; ROOMS 75c
up; dining room ta connection, family
style. Corner H'gh and State
XN SURAH? CB
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCr
company. J. C. Blrb, agent, room a
McCornack Bldg. Phone 96.
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY WITH
Bankers' Reaerve Life; G. F. Booth.
Oeneral 1 Agent, phone .098-W;
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
MRS. ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCESS
Comets hone 1043-K. 891 B 12th
DRESSMAKING TAILORING, MRS.
' Goodwin. 415 North Commercial.
MRS VARTY, DESIGNER AND MAKER
Ladies' i Suits and Gown. Over Mil
LA CLASIQCE GOWK 8H0P EXCLU8
ive model. Expert designing.
MAUD SIMONS, DRESSMAKER.
DRESSMAKING BY THE DAY. PHONE
: 645-J Mr. Reid.
EDITH M. ASHLEY DRES8MAKER.
1845 Broadway: 1436-J.
VR3. R. ! CARTER EXPER1INC1D
dressmakcT. Phono 1971W.
RUTH MeADAM 8 DRESSMAKER. 766
South 12th. Phone 1824 M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING
i 848 North Cottage. Phono ' 1653W.
MESDAMES SCOTT ft CHASE DRE8S
: maker, 219 State St. Phono 937.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING.
1 designing. Spencer eoraeta te order,
i 9 etVcorme'-k Bldg
MRS. BRECKENRIDGE HEMSTITCH
) ing, mail ordera solicited. 175 S. 19lh
i i i i
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
j chainatitebing. pleating, buttons. 839
! 830 Oregon Big. Phono 379.
URS. 0 A GRIMM. MILLJKF.RT. MA
; tron, children" hat specUlty; remod
eling. 326 Oregon Bldg.
MHR. HILIEBRAND. Pl.EATINO " J
P.3ad 1 The Classified Ads.
FRANKLIN LALNER- PIANO.
lTlh. r-boce 1W9 W.
GtRTRLUK SMITH PIANO. SILVER
ton. Oregon. Crreu eul.
MRS, HENRY LKE -PIANO.
Capitol. l'honu lo'17-W.
LACRA GRANT PIANO SCHOOt
cre-ite given. 3-6 N. High. l'uoo
UIXNETTA MAGER.S VOCAU DERBY
Bu,ld:og. i rijiiy sfternoon. Stur i-J
JESSIE V. BL'SH TEACHER PI A NO,
formerly iintructor Metropolitan Col
l-e Music, i-biladelpl.ia. 16J South
Commercial. Phone H8J.J.
LENA BELLE TARTAR
strurtioa. Pbone 334.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO.
North Winter. Pbone 345 J.
873 Leslie. Pbone
IALI.IE CHANDLER P ".
! North CotUt.e. Phone 82&-W.
BEATRICE 6HELTON PIANO STUDIO
b45 Marion. Pkone U.
LILLIAN HARTSHORN i PIANO. 894
North Church. Pboe 178.
r. 8. ROBERTS PIANO. OUGAN.
Sc-ath 14th. Phone 770.
Bldg. Pboae 207.
LENA WATERS PIANO.
UOLLIK BTYLE8 VOICE. PIANO.
Center Phone 2018R.
fULlA MILLS WEIGEL, FtANO. 15
South Chunk. Pbone 13P1R.
.UCILE ROSS PIANO. ORGAN.
North Liberty. Phone 1187W.
JATTIE GILBERT STRING IN8TRU
Ui'nts, 172 Utate. Pbona 1158 B.
11SS MABLE SHEPHERD. PIANO
L layer; dance, ail occaaious. 257 N
BERTHA JUNK DARBY, AUTHORIZED
teacher, Godowsky Progressive Srne
Piano. b79 North Cottage. Phone
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MU3
ic of Chicago, Frank E. Churchill rep
reaentative. Diploma granted. Odd
fellow a Bldg.
8AI.TM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branchea taught, diploma's granted
John R. Sitae, director, 12S7 Court
WENDELL HELM TUNTNG. REPAIR
mg. Phone 4i)2.
KDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave orders Will s
PIANOS. PLAYER PIANOS; NEW.
uaod. J. W. Taliman. 121 So. Oom 1
SHERMAN CLAY CO PIANOS. STEIN
wavs, Dlo-AM ana olbera. Moore
Dunn Music Store. Masonic Temple.
CHKBRIN0T0N PIANO HOUSE, HAN
dies Bush Lane celebrated Pianos
415 Court. Phone 8.
WHITE DANCING ACADEMY MRS.
R. L. White, prjncjjial. Phone 273-i.'
HAT 8HOP MEN'S AND WOSIS'8
hat renovated and blocked 495 Court
FRED BLAKE, LANDSCAPE GARDEN
er. 1565 South Liberty. Phone 879.
MAGNETIC EE ALE R
DR. H. i. ANDERS EH, MAGNETIC
healer. Dmglesi phytnian 418 Or
egon Bldg. Phone 1108.
SALEM LAUNDRY COM-ANT. 186 8
Liberty atreet. Phone 25. Oldeet
largest beet. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service, 1984
Brnadwa Phone IBS-
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH RIMIDY
WILLAMETTE VALLEY NURSERY
All kinda nursery stock for ssle. Rte.
7. Phone 105F5.
COMPLETE LINE TREES, SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City Nurs
ery Co. 426 Oregon Bldg. Phooe 75
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE NURSE
Mrs. Meitxler, Florence Hotel. , Phone
WALLPAPER MANY iWTTERNfl AT
half off. Max O. Buren, 179 N. Com'l.
BEAUTIFUL WALL TINT AND FLAT
wall paint in regular icolor i nJ pastre
shades. Max O. Buren, 17) N. Com'l.
tKH PORTER FOK FAINTS. WAL1
a per and Picture 'F ram teg. Good work
men. 455 Court Sv Phone 485.
FOR WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
snnouncements. see Bertelsoo. printer.
WANTED CONFINEMENT OA8E8 Al
privsts hospital. 1 hav8 beat of equip
nent Pbnne 1 950 J ;
MI8S GOODHUE TAKES BUB SCRIP
tion tor all niagasinee. S51 8 17tr
street Phone T41M
PAIN I 0ONTACT0ka
OAVI3 BTRAVSBAVem GENIRA1
contractors : painta oil. - wallpaper. 82r
South Liberty. Phone 901
AUBREY II. CLARK PAINTING, PAP
Orhanging, kalsomining. Work guar
anteed. Terras reasonable. Phone
2035 J. 1464 Ferry.
PAINTING AND CARPENTER WORK
by first class workman. Day or con
tract. Wells, 2.09 Marion, phone
PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA PERFUME CO EX
tracts, toilet srtieles. Mrs. Moyer
170 H-nth 23rd. Phone 1224.
408 Masonic Bldg.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397-J. Shop. 127 Union
Street. A. L. Irodfrey.
NOKTH WESTERN PIPE CO. WHOLE
ale and retail plnmbing auppliea. 219
N I'ommercial. Phone lii.
JOR'8 PLUMBING SHOP. SHIPPINl
and Broadway. Phoue 1502. ' Prices
reasonable. If you have anything to
IX fn (Vi if
iBEPAIRISa AND 8HARPENINO
CUTLERY GRINDING. LA WW MOWER8
.eefv V.vnra etc Stewart's Repair
Shop. 847 Court street.
BEN WtlEKLkR EVERYTHING BE-
nairad General ah arrn in w ehtsasiey
I4s itir st f neae lexow i
, Read The Classified Ads.
0Or8 RfcSHINGLED. CLEANED. Re
paired, paiaiee er tarred. Pheae atare
CMOS BJUN CO SIGNS WITH KICK.
Suom cartla that talk. 44 N Ceuiutar
cial. Pbone 546.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
bsua eiolntng aad iLmt Also do I
cJwiiiing, rMing sea rciairing. Csli j
aud deliver. Capital Kxrhanrv. X4i I
North Commercial. Phone 13S8-W.
vVK BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
gooda of all a in da, pipe fittings, har
. ceJlara, cvuar pada, lows, and
enaina. red bchiadiac. lit beater
WILLIAM S SUOK SHOP 194 SOUTH
DB LL'XE STUDIO. KODAK riNlSH
mg. 147 North ComuierciaL
SALEM SCAVENGER GARBAGE. REP
se of ail kinda ramo'ed Ueaapoola
cleaned Phone 167.
STOVES STOVE RFAXBXNQ
iTOVES REBUILT im KEPAIRED
4U ears axperieacc; Depot National
fence, sues -t' to '46 ins. high. Painta
oil and vaxniahea, etc., logauberry aad
hop hooka. baiem Fence aad Stove
Works z0 Ceurt sr. Phone 124
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAX1 TRANSFER CO
Liberty Ferry. Phone 77. Dry
alrb. lo-inch wood for sale
High anil Kerrv
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 228
State Si, phone 93S. Distributing,
lurwardmg and starage our specialty
SCHEDULE FOR HIGHLAND BUS
LINE WEEK DAYS ONLY
Lv. Fair Grnda. Lv. Down town
e:3o a.ra 0:4j a.m.
7:J0 a m 7:15 a m
and every half hour up to:
9:30 a.m :45 a.m
10:00 a.tu .- 10:15 a.m.
2:00 p m 2:15 p.m
2:SO p.m 2:45 p in
and every half hour up 'o:
8:30 p.m 8:45 pm
9:00 p.m 9:15 pm
Salem siltxrtv btaue
O K Depot News Stand
7:00 am. 8:18 a.m.
11:00 i s. 1:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. 8:15 pm.
Leave Salem O.E. depot 7:80 a.m.,
11:00 a.m- 5:00 p.m
Leave Monmouth Hotel 8:16 a.m
1:00 p.m., 8:15 p.m.
Leave Independence Hotel 8:80 a.
1:15 p.m., 6:do p.m.
Special trip by appointment.
Seven passenger ear for hire.
J W. PARKER. Prop.
Re. phone 61 S Business nhona
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phone 2048. FiaUer Bros.
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER CO.
Office, 301 Sooth Com'l St. Tea per
eokt discount en domeetic flat rate
M h, ulTue.. No deductions tor ab
sence or sny cause njaleae water la
bn ff fur Premisea
WHESE TO EAT
white cloud tea house open
Sundav morning 8 o'clock. American
style. 110 ft North Commercial. Phone
A J FOSTER PAINLESS CHIROPO
di.st. Corns, bunions, ingrown nails
removed. S22 State St., Patton Bik.
CORNS AND CALLOUSES REMOVED
iihnnt nain. AoDlianres from indi
vidual impression. Dr. Tatro, Maaonic
Bid i.. Phone 442.
nrt O. L SCOTT. P. S. 0.. CHTROPRAO
tor. 309-1-2 U. 8 Bank Bldg Phone
87: Ree. B28R.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALU
U. 8. National Bank Bldg.
OR W. L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Phvaician and surgeon: KirkeviH-
e---i-atL 404-405 U. S. National Bank
Bide. Phones Office, 919; Re. 614.
OR JOHN !- LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician nad Swigeon, 403-404 Oregon
Bldg: Pho-ft: Office. 1394: Re. S8F5
POMEROY & KEENE JEWELERS AND
Optoinetriats. 388 State.
GLASSES FITTED BT DR. 1. R. BUB
delta at the Bow Optical Company,
836 State street, opposite Ladd and
UNITED 8PANI8H WAR VETERANS.
eamr S. Armory. Flrat. Tnirrt Mono are
FOR. SALE 10 ACRES 8i MILES
north of Dallas. 5 acres in prunes,
fair house ami barn, good fence all
around. Price $1500. See owner at
331 N. Liberty St., Salem.
Dairy farm, 180 acres, clcse to paved
highway, $45 per acre or take small
tract, part pay. 40 acre improved.
818O0, trade for home in Salem. Have
a new bungalow for $950. Apart
ment hoime. good income, price right.
40 acre fruit ranch, take house part
pav. Choice lots for a!e. F. L. Wood
F. L. WOOD
341 Trade St.
100 acre locsted 54 miles from Salem,
50 acres under cultivstion, bslance
timber snd pasture: buildings, spring,
rock rosd. Price $10,000.
20 acres located miles esst of Sa
lem on main Silverton road. All cul
tivated, 4 room plastered cottage, good
barn, woodhouse, paved road. Price
$5,250; i rash, balance terms.
10 acres all in bearing frnit, 8 aerea
prunes, 1 ', seres logans. Uood build
ings. Price $5,000.
10 acres, 6 acres logans, 1 acre straw
berries, rock road; 1 mile from paved
highway. 4 miles out. Price $2,850.
210 seres, house, bsrn and orchard; 20
aerea cultivated, some fine saw tim
ber. Price $3500, terms.
M acre lots close to S. Commercial Jst.
car line and paved road, sightly lo
cation. Good drsinage, good berry soil.
Price $400; $25 down, bslance $10
per month. 6 percent interest.
5 room cottage, 8 block south. Prieo
6 room house at 1330 S. Commercial
street. Price $2800; terms.
5 room bungalow located at 1795 S. High
street. Price $4,000; terms.
If yoa are looking to bey, trade or sell.
W( H Grabenhorst &
I lU)n . ,?5 suu street
A large residence close to P.O. in i table
with a Iiuie edtlof ; for rooming and
boarding, epca te ail for a few days,
tMen for rent lurmhe-1 t aot so 14
See Wo. Fleming. 941 Stte St.
f too DOWN WILL B4 Y GOOD 5 ROOM
n:odern bungalow; !nove right in
Pa-d street on carj Iirie. Iion't v?r
K.ok ibis, bet let as show yoa. We
bave others. '-
S, R. PEARSON
40S U. S. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE NICE 12! ACRE TRACT ON
(ardeu road, fair set farm buildings,
fruit and berries. 4 miles from car
Liie. Snap, $20i0 icash, balance easy
trra. Sv Mrs. M. Walker. Route
7, Box 213.
TRADE 10 ACRES CLOSE TO TOWN
ith good 5 room frnuse. . 2t acres k
pans, variety frust, iall first clsss soil
About mile froBi car line. Good
road. Will si-ll onj terms or take in
house up to fOOOj Priced cheap at
S. R. Pearson
408 V. C. Bank Bldg.
6 ROOM, 1 STORY PUASTERED HOUSE
on Center .St., L, room, I), room, kit
rhen, 3 btdroocrs, bath, toilet, porch,
gas, electric light, fruit, etc. Paved
street, ceroet wal-l. Price $3400.00.
Cash to handle $70O,f0 balance, $45.00
and interest per month. See
L. A,- HAYFORD, REALTOR
305 State! Street
GOOD 5 ROOM BUNGj.I.QW AND BATH
located at 2.43 Pert Is nd rosd. with
l1. seres of land, i A real home. For
price see Krueger, i Realtor, 209 Ore
GOOD LOT OX NORTH 5TH STREET
Price 60o. Paving paid for. Krueg
er, 209 Oregon Blg.
0 rooms, large lot, ($1100.
1 sere on paved road, Rood 4 room
tioii-e, fine land, some personal prop
rrty. s bargain at (140W.
A nice new bouie. god luration, ready
to hove into, this citn be bought right
on easy terms. :
Best buy in halem, $ rooms part mod
ern, good street, 2 large lots with
fruit and berries. Only f-lOO, small
down pavement. If yon want a vai-ant
lot let us show vou what we have,
331 i State St.
MORE SALEiM HOUSES
Some dandy farm and orchard trades
Chas. W. Niemeyer
'Just Real Estate"
215 216 Masonic Temple, Phone
FOR SALE .
230 acres. 40 seres in cultivation, run
ning water: an excellent stock or dairy
ranch. Price 317.50 per acre. Good
80 acre stock ranch, 4 miles to railroad.
good buildings, fine soil. 325 per
5 acres close to car: line, small bouse.
running water. 8220O. terms.
MILLS & COPLEY
Realtors -: 831 Vi State
GREAT REDUCTION ON HOUSES
BOTH NEW ' AND OLD
Some we own, some we are handling for
i, thcr folks, aud for the next 10 days
we will give you some real bargains.
If not sold by November 1st we will
have to rent them, but we prefer sell
ing, even at greatly reduced prices.
See 'us Monday morning if you want
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
200 Gray; Bldg.
FOR SALE 5 ROOM MODERN BUN-
g-'ow on N. Church street. 84850.
6 room' modern bungalow. Tew Park,
6 room modern bungalow near itate
3311. State St. - - Realtor - - Pbone 531
EXTRA SPECIAL 3 ACRES GOOD
soil with variety fruit, (rood 5 room
bungalow, barn, poultry house. This
is the best bargain, in improved acre
ape you have seen this year. Price
$2200. Terms. $1500 or less down.
S. R. Pearson
408 U. S. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE BT OWNER
nice improved 40 acre farm close toj
ostein, x-rice rignt. jraone aac..
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC THE WORD
Realtor is copyrighted and for asso
ciation members only. We are Real
tors. H. E. Brown, Hugh Magee, Bes
sie Snyder. Over Busick's store. State
TIMBER A GOOD TfMBER TRACT
for a good residence in Salem.
Orchnrd A very good one close in, for
a good town house.:
Farms A good little 1 farm near by for
a Sale in bouse; and also a farm for
Fair play We will undertake to get you
a fair, equitable exchange on any of
our trading deals, if you are willing.
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
341 State Street
A GOOD BUY 5 ACRES NEAR RISER
school, sbout half In cherries, logaus
and strawberries. Cheap bldgs.
Square Deal Co.
202 U. S. Bank
FINE NEW FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON
carline, paved street and immediate
possession. $300 cash, balance eaay
Nice 6 room hohse with large lot, on
carline. close in. $750 cash, balance
Good 6 room bouse for $1600, lsrge lot,
plenty of fruit for family; if you want
a home see
H. L. MARSTERS
211 Gray Bldg. - Phone 907
SMALL AND LARGE FARMS. CITY
homes and choice lots. Fir and auto
Arthur E. Peterson
229 Oregon Bldg. s
Best Buys and Exchanges
5 ACRES, ON PACIFIC HIGHWAY, 4
acres besring fruit, best of well drsin
ed soil, only $3750. This is a snap
Will you get it!
10 acre. 3 12 bearing logans, 5 room
house, barn "4 running water, on paved
highway, all well fenced, $2750. $1750
cash. 40 acres, 30 cleared, 10 email
timber, on paved road, 1 1-2 milee from
town, fine runnnibg water, $85 per
3 acres all in : bearing fruit, city
water and aewer, $3500, half cash.
30 acres to exchange for bonds or
20 acres st Sslem. to exchsnge for
Salem income, bonds or sell on easy
341 Stat Street
FOR RENT LAND IN N. SALEM TO
let on shsres. Inquire of R. P. Boise,
Breyman Block. J
STATE TREASUttKR'S FOURTH
State of Oregon.! Treasurer's Of
f ce. Salem, Oregon, October 24,
Notice' is hereby given that
there are funds inj the State Treas
ury with wh'ch to redeem all out
standing State Warrants drawn on
the general f und indorsed "pre
sented and not paid for want of
fands." All sucb warrants, pro-
periy in dorse-,,, win d pain upon
presentation at this office; inter
est thereon ceasing from and atter
date of this notice.
O. P. HOFF, Ftate Treas.
NOTICE os hereby g.ren by the
City o. Salem Oregon that all
street assessments which have not
been bonded and hhich have been
deiinquet lor a period of o:ie year
or more mut either Le bonded or
t-aid on or before Novpinber 7 th
By order of the Common Coun
cil dated October 17th. 1921.
C. O. RICE; City Treasuier.
Notice is hereby given thit a
road district nieMins will br he!J
at in the Armory llr.l!. Hubbard,
Oregtm, in Koa I District No. 2
in Marion County; Oregon, on Sat
urday the 5th day of November.
1921. at Two o'clock p. M. tor th
purpose of levying aa additional
tax for road purposes in .said dis
trict. V. M. nusiiEY.
i !ounty Judge.
Notice is hereby given that a
road district meetins will be held
at Sirs. N. J. Gehlet.'s Barn !n
Road District Ni. ."? in Marion
County, Oregon, bn Saturday, the
5th day of Novembar. 1021. at
Two o'clock P. Mi mr the purpose
of levying an additional tax for
road purposes in s.-i'd district.
Notice is hereby g'vn th.t a
roa'l district meeting- will he held
at Drier Nob Srhool House in
Road District N6. 43 !n Marion
Countv. Oregon, bn Saturday, the
oth day of November. 1921. at
two o'clock P. Mj for the purpose
ot levying an additional tax for
road purposes in said district.
WL M. RUSHEY.
Not'ce is hereby given that a
road district meeting will be held
t Cioverdale School House In
Road District ' . In Marion
County. Oregon, on Saturday, the
T.th dav ot November, 'S21. at
Two o'clock P. Mi for the purpose
of levying an piditiml tax for
road purposes 'n sild dWrict.
M P. ITS H FY.
Notice is heroby given that a
road district meet'ng will be held
t Flovd Davennort's residence in
Road District No. 90 in Marlon
County, Oregon, on Saturday, the
5th dav of November. 1921, at
On o'clock P. M; for the pirpose
of levying an additional tsx for
road purposes m sa d district.
V. M. RUSHEY.
AND CREAM WANTED
Marion Creamery & Produc
Salem. Oregon Phone 2488
I SALEM MARKETS I
Prices quoted are i wholesale and pric
es received by farmers. No retail prices
Wheat, sacked, 89e Q 89e.
Oata. milling, net, 40.
Oats, feed, 35c.
Vetch and oat hay, fit.
Clover Hy. $10. j
Mill run feed. $14
Eggs, Butter and Butterfat
Creamery butter, 49c.
Hens, light, 16c.
Hens, htsvy, 22c. i
Chickens, spring. JOe G$ 22e.
Roosters, old, 8c ip 10e.
Pork. Mutton and Beef
Hogs. $9 $9.50.
Lambs. 4e t 5e.
Top vesl. 12 He f' 13e.
Pork, dressed, 12c, 13c.
- Steers, 4c 5fc a.
Bulla. 3c J
Tokv grapes 10c
Iuious. $7.25 v? $8.
Oranges. $7.50 (3 $8.
Florida Grape Fruit. $V.
California grP ttuit, $8.
Dates, I5e. i
Pesches, crate, $1.50.
Cranberries, box, ' $5 25.
Sweet potatoes, 4 He
Cabbage. 2 He.
Toms toes, bushel,; 75e.
Csulif lower. $1.7j.
Bell peppers, lb.. 11c.
Oregon onions. 3 He.
Head Tettuce. 75e.
Beets, $2 SO.
Dates, Fits, Honey
iOates, 15c. i
Figs. 12c. j
Comb booey. case,; $6.00.
TURNER. Or., Oct. 25. A pub
lic reception for the school teach
ers will be heltl at the school
house Friday evening. A short
program will be given, followed
by a social hour.
Earl Bear spent the week-end
in Corvallis. attending the big
football game and visiting with
J. N. Duncan and wife are
spending a few days in Turner.
Pearl Hassler was a Monday
visitor in Salem.;
Prof. J. Coleman spent the
week-end in Portland. Mrs. Cola
man returning with him.
Mrs. R. M. ! Kiser, primary
teacher, was in I Salem Saturday.
Hones Brothers are erecting a
large brick building tor garage
The high school la growing In
numbers, having reached nearly
Why is it thai so many restau
rants advertise r home cooking?
we have heard cf some brands of
some home cooking that have the
restaurant stuff: backed off the.
map for Indigestible, balf-pre-oared
foodstuffa. The phrase.'
"home cooking." may mean much
or little. It all; depends on who
does the home cooking. Ex -
change. .. j
A dele Garrtnoa's New rtutae of
REVEUTIONS OF A WIFE
IS MADGE'S GUESS CORRECT?
"These," as little Mrs. Durkee
took off their wrappings. ind laid
them In the bod beside me, reveal
ed themselves as dozens of ros
with the etqusite varied color- "
Ings of the hybrid teas. I caught
my breath in a ma ted admiration
at tha beauty nad the profusion
of the blossom 4.
"I thought they wou'd make
you sit up!" carolled my neigh
bor, j-nut 1 rcrgot, poor dear,
you cn't sit up. Do you know,
though. I'd change places wltti
you tp have some of these hap-
pen to me."
"It's vry evident yoa nr?r
Lad a fractured r b," UlUan
drawled, and I surmised that she
did not like either the offering or .
the flowers from MaJ Grantland
or little Mrs. Durkee's persiflage
"Did. you?" The little woman
gave i her a siy, mischievous
glance which amused me.
"Noj." Lilian responded
promptly, "but I've seen them In
action! enough to know that a few .
flowers wouldn't be compensation
"A few flowers!" Mra. Durkee
snruied. "uoodness. the man
must have bought the florist out!
Aren't they ttw most exquisite
"Thy are beautiful. IndeM" I
answered, but the very profusion
or the blossoms troubled me, I
did not want MaJ. Grantland t
buy ont a florin for me, no mat
ter what the truth of my little
neign oors assertion that he felt
himself responsible for my acci
"Wherever wll von tut them?"
the asked, look ng around the
Katie will bring you whatever
vou nted In the way h' vases or
bowlsj" I replied. "Wort yoa
arrange them for me?"
i . i -Mrs.
ii '!.--' " - .
Now in our little circle, Lillian.
with her high'y trained color
sense,! is the fnal authority on
r.f arr-n-cmnt of any decora
tion. Tiut I ruesaed that this par
ticular task was one not to Lil
lian's liking. On the other hand.
I was sure that little Mrs. Durke.,
who possessed a distinct knack In
th s direction, was wild to delvo
Into the mass fcf fragrant bloom.
Hri Pluffiness, however, look-
ed dubiously at Lillian-
"Doesn't Mrs. Underwood?"
"No, Mrs Underwood doesn't.
Lillian flashed back with almost
a touch of pettishnesg in her man.
ner. i;"My patient Is keeping mo
pretty busy, you fne," sh added
more graciously, "and vou alwava
do flowers bo exqu sltelj and love
the ta"k so much that It would be
a cr'nie to keen you from them
"You've, said It!" my little
neignpor asserted 8lanrT.lv. "Now
Katie." She turned brisk!? te
the waiting girl, and 1a anothct
moment was completely lost to ev.
erythlng but her d rectlons.
" ' ewr ..-'. . L. -, ww- a . r.a
v. err s,am. mow
big Chinese things In the living
room.;! and that l)Ir coprr bowl,"
irs. vwrKee called after the m'rl '
as she went cut of the door.
Is Katie Careless?
"Jurt a m'nute, Katie!" LJiran
followed the girl on t of th Ann
and I heard a low colloquy In the
hall, tio word of which -J could
catch,! Then LIT Ian came back
and bent over me again.
is there anvthlng else I can
do for you?" she asked tenderly.
' Where Is Dicky?" I asked. 1
was ashamed that beh'nd the In
jury ii was the vague pique t
thought that again MaJ. C rant
land had made Dicky appear neg
lectful by his own promptness.
"D'tky is all right." Lillian
said slowly, and I ruined 1 he Im
pression that rhe wished anMly to
reassure for more than Dicky
rhys cal well being. "He baa
gone to see after the car, and
I looked quickly at Mra. Dur
kee. She was too absorbed In
sorting the roses to hear, Then I
glanced appealing!? t Lillian,
She bent her ear to my Hps.
"Did Dicky apologize to MaJ
Grantland fori his langlage?" I
Royally," Lilian wb'spered
bnck. i "You know Dicky'a way.
when picky realizes that he Is In
I closed my it-yes relieved of
great worry and a lesser one. I
had felt that I could not bear my
husband to be; ao boorish,' and I
had vaguely criticized MaJ Grant
land's taste In Sending me flowers
n be; fare o' Dicky'g anger
Mrs. Durkee's disappointed
voice -nude me open , my eyei
again quickly. !
"Oh, Katie!" she was Bavin,
you have left downstairs the thine
I most wanted, that exquisite tall
Chinese th ng with the blue and
white coloring." ,:
"I no can find anywhsre,". Ka
tie declared stolidly, . and I dis
tinctly saw her glance meaningly
at Lillian when Mrs. Durkee had
returned to her task. , I put
things together. Jumped at a con
clus on. Lillian must have In
structed Katle to secrete thit
v&fe find to keep It away from
ij (To be conl-nued )
H - H i ,. .
NEW YORK, Oct., 25.
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firm. ;) Peaches steady.
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