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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1021
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M asoath contract, per aol
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4 NORWICH CMOS
WRH INSURANCE SOCTETT
JhlelMB. RoUad Borghardt
trident Agent 871 BLate St.
"MONEY TO. LOAN
On Real Estate
1 IT Dnnn
COrer Ladd Bubo Bank)
J-OANS REAL ESTATE
! "Tthtof W kv th soeaey
Pay buk lik rest Out
eity property Ule are cans
IOMOihm SMf- FboM 1644
V8ED DOORS WITH
lock and hinges, from
3X7 feet. Ill aennA imnWitlnn 1'h.w. 0
' 400. Mm k.m . l J. v. ...... ..
tront and B streets.
HIGH SCHOOL BOY WANTS JANITOR
g or other work Hatnrday and after
1 -achool. Phone 1893-J.
SEVERAL KIXE NEW PIANOS TO BE
I ..loaed out. Must make room. These
1 are genuiae bargains with cut term,
f The Wiley B. .Alien. Co., 5l Conrt.
; WANT WORK WASHING OR HOUSE
I cleaning. Phone 1M J.
f JO. ACRESALL CULTIVATED, WITH
building; located close railroad sta-
tion and pared road 8 miles from
Salem. Price $2500, term. W. H.
fUrebnhor.t It Co., 275 Stat St.
FOR BALE 20 ACRES KRUIT AXD
berry land located 5 mil aouth in
1 Bed Hill. $1,000. Will take ol
?j airm bona)
4,5 arret dairy ranch just outside of
s food town. H,r)o.
, C. H. CANNON
83114 Htate 8t. Realtor Phone 534
L4)8T FRIDAY. EVENING. OCTOBER
"i tat, at armory, cameo brooch. Be
' ward to finder. Phone 1151-W
gS'AP9 ROOM HOt'SE L(X!ATED 8
blorka out. price faifM) ea,h. W. II.
tUrabeuhortt fc Co., 875 Bute St.
WK HALE 0 ACRE TRACT JCST
outside of city limit. 'ire room bon
- low, electric light. On grael atrect
' Wilt divide to suit. Three blocks
tfrora aouth Commercial car line. Krue
gcr. Realtor, Oregon Bldg.
A POINTER PUP, SIX
liOHT THURSDAY EVENING. OCTO
ber 87 at (irand Theatre, Silk Um
brella, amber tip, handle and ring.
Lear at Statesman office for reward.
SALESMAN' FOR FAST SELLING LIE
Ptivne Grime. 137-J after 5:30 jr
call d41 Mill.
i A REAL BARGAIN' 5 RO)M PLA
tered bungalow in good condition, with
furniture new last March. Price
230; 11000 down, bnlan.-e time at
; . percent Interest. W. H. Craben-
aorat - Uo 375 Stat St.
yilE OREGOX FIRE RELIEF ASS X
or -McMinnTine is 27 years old, and
Has saved the people of Oregon manv
million dollars daring that time in
their fir insurance rates; Standley
Foley. Agta.. Phone 347.
A REAL Bl'Y 7 ROOM MODERN BOX
. ralow, enameled kitchen, den. Iivini.
dining, lied beds 1st floor, 2 beds
2n3 floor, concrete basement, macadam
street. 2 blocke to school. Price
3r.OO. R, A. Mohney, 209 Oregon
, ilMg. t'bone 217. .
IAN IT ART FLOOR OIL IT. KEEPS
down the oil. Max O. Bnren, 179
4 X. Commercial.
TIMBER . 10 "ACRES LOCATED 9
miles north on main road-. Price
tUioO, or will exchange for dwelling
in Sa!em and assume. W. II. Graben-
horst k Co., Realtors, 273 Stat St.
U. 8. Bank Bldg.
rOR SALE ONE OK BEST Rl'HI'NFSS
, locations, with fixture, in Salem, with
or without stork. Address "A No.
6," Statesman Office.
15.000 CONTENSION PERFECTION
oil store. Ask usvfor particulars.
Max O. Buren. 179 N. Commercial St
THEY LOOK LIKE NEW THE HAT
Boa, 179 8. HigU
FOR SAWINO WCK)D CALL 1939 J.
YStine. ft Son.
M RS. C. JEPSON
Oak, phone 929.
4F.. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
fraphn. aewing machine., sheet muiiic,
and piano- studies. Repairing" phon-
4 ographs and sewing machines. 43
Stat. Salem. j
jTREAL AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN
5 naasenger Studcbaker, light 4 cy
lindrr; 5 good tires, electric light
and starter, apotlieht, exhanKt -whiatle,
etr. This car ta A l condition and the
.' jric is only 193. Phone Adams 3b2.
mai.L TRACT . ROOM HOUSE.
oue and three-fourth acres; barn, two
M larve chicken houses, folly equipped:
li nnws, borse, wagon and harness, 50
rhfekena, fnrntiure. siovee ana e
" eythrnr. Price 2200 today. Thi
real aarrifire. If yoa want thin, come
today. Beck V Hendricks, 205 U. S
Extra fancy eating apples
$130, $1.73 and S per boa delivered
. (flood cooking apples, $1 and 1.23
per bo. Phone 533-W or 492.
Ot'SIOR IliGIl SCHOOL GIRL CAN
have small wages and room and boarl
5 in exchange for work. Phon 533-W.
Three room house and nice lot. Trice
' $8.0. Terms.
Five room house, gooO- lot, for $1630:
a food terms.
Six room honae. Urge lot and good
buy for $10(: terms.
.ror I.argains See
H. L MARSTERS
VANTEO WORK OCT OF SCHOOJ
hours by Filipino yorng man. Have
lota of time, forenoon, afternoon and
evening. Willing lo do janitor work
rn elevator, offi-e boy's work. m-e
aenger, hotiae work of alt kinds, office
filing. Attending nniversitv and mum
1 have work. Address "A-V care
, f Htateamaa.
wAMTtl -ESEKGrrw TOrKQ MA
Baa had esperteaie aelling lif
l.araae, a tons s or advertiainB. Mm'
, ' JJJ, .,ie to devote hla entire time r
fc ambition for advancement Mnai
bav tba eorrage to preaeitt businoa
5 " alilM merrhanla and prnfrc
aineal " Aw in voor owe hand
f writing tatin age, educational anal
Mk-etloee. etlMtrieeee aa aollcltof, el
IE I t. Rtateai-.e fW
Mji'Vaer seaalmirlof. ahampoel. Or
Read The Classified Ads.
ASTROLOGY STARS TELL LIFE'S
totr. Send birthdste and dim for
trial reading. Eddy, Wetport 8t 88
A Kanaa City. M iss-nri
WANTED LIVE PARTNER IS GOOD
paring business. See barf, 371 btl
street. I'hone 99.
OAS AST BERDa
TOR SALE, CANARY BIRDS, DAY
and night singer. Mra. Bennett.
Phone lli0 1030 Cherneketa
IF YOU WANT TO GET TBI BIST
farm paper, aead 15c to The Pacific
Homeetoad, Salem, Oregon, for a taree
eoontoa trial subscription. MeoUoo
"ALADDIN READY CUT HOUSES"
0 percent saved in cost of construe
tion. Caaa. F. Smith, factory repres
entative, K20 Northwest Bank Bldg..
for. and. Oregon.
MI SCELLAjSTE OD 8
APPLES DELIVERED. PHONE 4 F-2.
FOR SALE CHARTER OAK RANGE,
inquire 2260 N. Fifth St.
FOR SALE 10 OZ. NEW TENT
12x16; also 8 oz. used tent, 12x11.
402 N. Commercial St.
GASOLINE AND OIL TANKS
from the largest to smallest. L. A.
Westacott, factory representative. 864
S. 12th St.. phone 1602 J.
FULLER BRUSH E3 FOR DEMON
strations. C. Grimes, 541 Mill, Phone
FOR SALE CLIPPER DOUBLE HEAD
grain cleanc-r. No. 16, 40 sieves all
kinds. Also 5 ton wagon scale. Fair
bank Morris, Brooks, Ore.
FOR SALE DONKEY ENGINE IN
good repair; will sell cheap for cash
or trade for house and pay cash dif
ference. Thomason, 331 Vz State St.
FOR SALE OR TRADE ONE PAIR
black and tan hounds, good rustlers,
two years old. Prefer saddle in trade.
Al Friedl, route 1, box 58, Sublimity,
FALL AND WINTER APPLES BALD
win. King, Jonathan, Northern Spy,
Spitsenberg, Rome Beauty, Vanderpool
and, others. Special prices for 5 or
10 box lota. Ward K. Richardson,
TUB HOUSE OF HALF A MILLION
and one bargains. We boy, aell or
exchange anything and everything in
the line of junk or second hand goods.
See us before you buy or sell. Stein
bock Junk Co. Remember the place.
402 N. Commercial St. Phrase 523.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
Aa especially good selection of the songs
you have been wanting with wards and
music complete. No matter how many
aongbooka you have you ahould have
this one, containing the Oregon songs.
Price: Single copies, 25c; 16 eeuta
sach in lota of a dotea or more; $12.50
the hundred, postpaid. Second edition
printed aino September.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
115 S. Commercial St. Salem. Oregon
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10
- cents a bundle. Circulation department,
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months'
triai for the best and oldest journal
in the west. The. article and adver
tisements are of apeclal interest ' to
the poultry breeders of the northwest
Northwest Poultry Journal. 311 Com
mercial St, Salem, Oregon.
FOR GOOD VALUE IN REAL WOOD,
Phone Judd. 108F3.
FOR DRY MILL WOOD AND OLD riB
call Tracy Wood Co., Phone 520.
FOR SALE FIRST CLASS SECOND
growth big fir and oak. Phone 1 154.
DRY. riB AND OAK WOOD FOR BALE
OLD GROWTH 18 IN. FIB, $8.60; 4
ft. second growth and ask. Fkoa
FOR SAL5 BE8T GRADE MILL WOOD
aecond growth and old fir, 4 ft. or
.16 in! Fred E. Wells. Phone 1542.
805 8. Church.
FOR RENT FOUR ROOM FURNISHED
apartment on North Cottage street,
centrally located. For particulars write
1312 Mill St., Eugcne, Oregon.
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
257 N. Church.
FOR."" RENT LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. 519 N. Cottage.
A NICE WARM BEDROOM TO RENT
Very near the Bute House. Phone
FOR RENT ROOM IN MODERN
house. Two b'.ocka north of State
lioute. Phone 624 R.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
in modern home and centrally local
d. Pleaae give aams and d drees
R. rare Stateeman
" i i -
ROOM AND BOARD
BOARD AND ROOM
. U WOUt. TATa ST.
l.0ST AND FOUND
LOST OCTOBER 15. AT MACLEAY
one roan cow. A'o shepherd pup.
near Capitol and "I" streets, t-nieui.
Notify Valley Packing Co.
FOUND ON COURT ST. SMALL PAC
kage. Owner apply at Boy Scout
Headquarters, Raoia 11, McCornack
OLD MATTRESfcirs ADE OVER
Capitol City Bedding Co, Ptfbne 19.
WANTED TTSfcD HOi;SEHOT,T GOODS
"range and eookstove, tool, mea't
suite and shoes. Liberty Exchange
$41 N. Commercial. Phone 641.
WANTED TO RENT MOUSE. 4 TO f
rooms. Immediate posseaaion Phon.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
war and furniture. Bat prirea paid
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
AND FURNITURE CO.
IBS N. Commercial St Phowe '
LANDLORDS ESTABLISHED BUSI
nes in Salem for 13 years..' Want
new lotion What have yon to of
ferf Immediate possession not ne
efcuar. hut will clone ten year lee
at any time if k ation satisfactory.
."Business, rare Statesman.
TRACY'S STORAGE GiBAQE
1 Ferry Itreet.
Auto ! Directory
W. 0. WRIGHT. 171
I DTO TOP,
a South 12U. phone
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
SMITH-WAT KINS, 147 NORTH HIGH
Fiss, Silvern Cord. Hood extra ply
tiree. Everything for ante.
FOR SALE; 191T S PASSENGER
light car. g'f, condition, good tires,
$150. Merchants Delivery, 551 Ferry
WANTED 4- LIGHT TRUCK IN Ex
change 6b Hudson, Essex or Baby
Overland Fred Kirkwood, 246 State
OARAGE AND REPAIR
AUTO REPAIR SHOP I,. MILL St. 845
Center P' -n
HOFFMAN j' a ZOSEL TIRE REPAIR
ing, vulcanising, retreading; 197 South
Commercial street. Phone 471
CAPITAI GARAGE BUICK. ST ODE
baker repairing. 173 South Liberty.
f AIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES. AO
eeaeoriea. naed car. Oar work gnar
anteed. 2041 Portland Road. Phone
SOOTH COMMERCIAL GARAGE GE
eral repairing and overhauling 420
S. Commercial St.. Salem
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT THOU
ble shooting. 838 North High. Phone
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICl.
station. Expert battery and electrical
work. Farrit Bro. Phon 1803. 418
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP
South 12th. Phon 28.
J C. BAIR, RADIATORS, FENDERS
Bodies ropalred. 444 Ferry.
REMINOTON CONFECTIONERY. HOME
made eandia, confedious. t.gara. mag
asinea. 12 72 Stem.
NOW OPERATING MO?EL BEAUTY
Parlor, 110 North Commercial Street
956. i I
DR. L. M. iHUM CURES ANY KNOWN
diaeaae. : 153 8. Hitth Su Phone $83
CLEANING s PRESSING
CLEANING, PRESSING DONE TO YOUR
satisfaction. Classy line of collars,
tiee. The Toggery, 1857 State.
SECURE MY FIGURES ON WIRING
By contract, i by hour. At pre war
price. H. W. Hatch, phon 1744 W.
MARION POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
association has money to loan at six
percent, j W. D. Smith, aecretary-treas
arer, 80$ Salem Bank of Commerce, j
FRANK Fj RICHTER NEW, SECOND
hand furniture. 849 N Commercial
FURNITURE REPAIRED OR MADE TO
order. Kefinisheiiii; and upholstering
a speciality, l'hone 1742. Brown and
Groves, 11201 I South . Commercial St.
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTfc
for !.. Smith' 801 North Commer
LEONARD HOTEL NEW MANAGE
ment, elemn, neat rooms and apartmenta
354 North Front St.
CHERRY -CITY! HOTEL; ROOMS 75.1
up; dining room in connection, family:
style. Corner High and State :
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
company! J. C. Batch, agent, room 6
McCornajrk Bldg. Phone 96.
Banker.! Reserve Life; G. F.
General I Agent, phone 2098 W.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
KR3. ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCESc
Ceraet. .'hone IQ48 R aoi S 12th
DRKSSMAKING TAILORING, MRS
Goodwin, 445 North Commercial.
MRS VARtY, DESIGNER AND MAKE!
Ladies' (Suits and Gowns. Over Mil
LA CLASIQUK GOWN SHOP EXCLUS
ive model. Expert designing. 331
MAUD SIMONS, DRESSMAKER.
IARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKINt
designing Spnnrer eoreete to erde ;
8 McCormark Bldg
DRESSMAKING BY THE DAY. PHON
645 J. Mrs. Reid
EDITH M. ASHLEY DRESSMAKER!
1345 Broadway; 1436 J.
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCE!
dreaamakrr. Phone 197 1W.
HUTH McADAMS DRESSMAKER. 75
South 12th. Phone 1824 M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS PRESSM AK IN. !
248 North Cottage. Phone 1552W ;
MESDAMEJS SCOTT & CHASE DRESS i
makers. j213 State StS Phone 937.
M RS ; BRECK EN RI DC, E H EM STITCH
ine, mail! orders solicited. 175 S. 19tli
Phone I74-.Vi. !
IA1.I.M ELITE HEMSTITOHiNG;
ehainstitirhing, pleating, buttons 829
880Oregon Blg Phone 879. j
MRS. C A GRIMM. MILLINERY. MA
troi, children's hsts specialty; reotodi
eling 226 Oregon Bldg. '
VIRS Hll.DEHRAND, PLEATING
Soth vath Phone 0H M l
I AT SHOp MEN'S AND WOMEN'
hata renovated and blocked 495 Cour-
FRED BLAKE, LANDSCAPE GARDEN'
er. 155t South Liberty. Phone 7S
SALEM LAUNDRY COWAKY. I S
Liberty atreet. Phow 2S OUet
largeat tboat. FaitAhliahed t9
CAPITAL if. 1TY STEAM LAUNDRY
'-Oxolnviw.tr. prompt aarvira, 1364
Read The Classified Ads.
FRANKLIN LA UN ER PIANO. 268 N.
17th. Phone 1008-W.
GERTRUDE SMITH P! ANO, SILVER
ton, Oregon. Green eol.
MRS. HENRY LEE PIANO.
Capitol. Phone 1017 -W.
LAURA GRANT PIANO SCHOOL
crelit given. 33ti '. Higa. Pboae
MINNETTA MAGERS VOCAL. DERBY
Building. Frida afternoon, Saturday.
JESSIE F. BUSH TEACHER PIANO,
formerly instructor Metropolitan Col
lege Music, Philadelphia. 1363 South
Commercial. Phone 883 J.
LENA BELLE TARTAR
struction. Phone 334.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO. 267
North Winter. Phone 345 J.
NELLIE MCI. KEY STONE PIANO
33 Leslie l'noue 751 W.
pi 4 NO
BEATRICE SHELTON PIANO 8TUDI0 !
845 Marion. Phone 1299.
LILLIAN HARTSHORN PIAXO. 4
North Church. Phone 178
r. S. ROBERTS PIANO, ORGAN
Mouth 14th. Phone 770.
DAN T. LANGENBERG. VOCAL
Derby Bldg. Phone 2079.
LENA WATERS lANO.
MOLLIE 8TYLE8 VOICE. PIAWO.
Center Phone 2ol6R
IULIA MILLS WEIGEL, PTANO. 1560
South Church. Phono 1391 R.
LUCILE ROSS PIANO. ORGAN.
North Liberty. Phone 118TW.
MATTIK GILBERT STRING INSTRU
meats, 1572 Slate. Pboae 1156 R.
ill S3 MABLE SHEPHERD. PIANO
player; dances, all occasion. 257 N.
BERTHA JUNK DARBY. AUTHORIZED
teacher, Godowtky Progressive Sierie
Piand. 079 North Cottage. Phone
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MU8
ic of Chicago, Frank E. Churchill, rep
resentative. Diplomas granted. Odd
fellow 'a Bigg.
SAI F.M CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branch taught, diploma's granted
John H. Sites, director. 1237 Court
WENDELL HELM TUN TNG,
ing, Phone 493.
KDWAKD WKLP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. . Leave orders Will s
PIANOS, PLATER PIASOS; NEW,
osad. i. W. TaUraan. l'al So. Ooni'k.
SHERMAN CLAY ft CO PIANOS, STEIN
ways. Duo Art ano others. Moore
Dunn Music Store. Masonic Temple.
CHEBR1NGTON PIANO HOUSE, HAN
dies Bush-Lane celebrated piano
415 Court Phono 858.
WHITE DANCING ACADEMY MRS.
R. L. White, principal. Phone27 3 J .
DR. H. J. ANDERSEN, MAGNETIC
healer. Dmgleas physician. 416 Or
egon Bldg. Phone 1108.
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
WILLAMETTE VALLEY NURSERY
AH kinds nuraerv atock for.oale. Kte.
7. Phone 105F5.
COMPLETE LINE TREES, SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City Nurs
ery Co. 426 Oregon Bldg.. Phone 75.
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE NURSE
Mrs. Meitxler, Florence Hotel. Phone
3EE PORTER FOK TAINTS. WALL
a per and Picture Framing. Good work
men 455 Court St Phone 465
KOR WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
announcements, see Bertelaon, printer.
" V " Ruilding
V ANTED CONFINEMENT OASES AT
private eospital. I have beat at eqeip
..., P. one 1950.1
M1S8 GOODHUE TAKES SUBSCRIP
tion for ll magatinea 261 Bo. 17tk
Street Phone T4IM
PAINTING AND DECORATING HIGH
class work for particular people. I, li
Brandon, contractor. 3ti5 North High,
phono 6t5 J.
AUBREY H. CLARK PAINTING, PA P
erhauing. kalsoinminK Work, guar
anteed. Terms reasonable. Phone
2035 J. 1464 FeTry.
PAINTING AND CARPENTER WORK
by f.rst cIsrs workman. Day or con
tract Wells, 2.09 Marion, phone
PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA PERFUME CO EX
tracts, toilet articles. Mrs. Moyer.
170 South 23rd Phone 1221
MARGARET BURNS PUBLIC STEN
ographer. 408 Masonic Bldg. Phone
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397 J. Shop, 127 Union
street. A. L. Godfrey.
NORTHWESTERN PIPE CO, Wtiui.r.
ale snd reiail plumbing supplies. 219
N. Conimercial. Phone 179.
lOE'b PLUMBING SHOP. 8H1PPLM
and Broadway, Phone 1502 Prices
reasonable: If you have anything to
f;i let Joe do it
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
JUTLEKY GRINDING. LAWN MOWIKf
safety raxor. etc. Stewart's Kepati
Shop, 847 Conrt street.
tffcN rVUtr.l.LK EVERYTHING RE
paired. General sharpening ehiione)
aween 145 N 1 7f h at.. hon- I41"W
ROOFS RESHINQI.ED. CLEANED RF
paired, painted or tarred. Phone Kav
UNION SIGN CO SIGNS WITH KICK
Show card that talk. 4U4 N Commer
ciat. Phone .148
SECOND HAND GOODS "
HIGHEST PRICKS PAID FOR SECOND
han rlothmg mnt ahora. Also rt
cleMOing. preaaing and repairing ('all
and' deliver t'apila' Fvrhe 42
North Commercial. Phone 1389 W.
WE BUY AND SELL SWOSD HAND
goods of all kind, pipe fittinga, bar
aea. collar.. el'r tda to"1 and
ehaie red R.kindlr. Sfr8 Oatr
WILLIAM'S 1B0E SHOP 1 SOUTH
DE LCIE STUDIO, KODAK FIKISH-
ing 147 North Commercial.
SALEM SCAVENGER GARBAGE. RIF
as of all kinda removed. Oeaapooia
cleaned I'iiene 9'J.
STOVES STOVE BEPAXEX50
STOVES REBUluT AieeTrTAIRED
0 years experieare: Depot National
feaoe. sues 26 to 28 in high. Paint
oil and varnishes, ef loganberry and
bop books Salem Fence and Stove
i. Vnkm 21,0 fourt street. Pfcoee lit
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY
THE OREGON TAX' TRANSFER CO.
Liberty ft Ferry Phone 77 Dry
elr.bi l.A mrh wood for eale
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAI1,0R
1)1 S H.ch ami Ferrt
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 336
State St. phone 93a. Distributing,
forwarding and storage ear specialty.
Get mr rale
SCHEDULE FOR HIGHLAND BUS
;LINF. WEEK DAY'S ONLY
l.v. Fair Gruds. Lv. Down tewn
a m 6:45 a m.
7:00 a m 7:i5 , m.
and every half hour up to:
9:30 a rn 9:45 a.m.
10:00 a m 10:15 a.m.
2:00 p m ,. 2:15 p.m.
'' p o i .4j p m.
and every half hour up o:
8 p. m 8 ; 15 p m.
9:00 p.m 9:la j, m
SALJSM 81LTSKTW STAGE
Salem Silvertoc 1
0. E Depot Wewi Stand I
7:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m.
11 :1'0 a.m.. 1 OO p.m.
6:00 p.m. 6:15 pa.
Leave Salem O E. depot 7 :00 a.m.:.
11:00 a.m., 5:00 pm
Leave Monmouth Hotel $:15 a.m.
1:00 p.m., 6:15 p.m.
Iiava Independence Hotel 8:80 a.m..
1:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m.
Special trip by appointment.
Seven passenger car for hire.
J W. PARKER, Prop.
Ree. phone 61S Business phoaa '
! CITY- AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phone 2046. Fisher Bro.
8U.EM WATER. LIGHT S POWER OO.
Office, 301 South Com'l St. Tea per
ceit discount on domestic flat rate
paid in advance. No deduction for ab
sence or any cause nniea water I
nff eoi'r nremieea
WHERE ' TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE OPEN
Sunday morning 8 o'clock, American
style. 110i North Commercial. Phone
A. .1. FOSTER PAINLESS CHIROPO.
difct. Corns, bunions, ingrown nails
removed. 322 State St., Patton Bik.
CORNS AND CALL0USE3 REMOVED
without pain. Appliances from indi
vidual impression. Dr. Tatro, Masonic
Bldg, Phone 442.
DR. Q. L. SCOTT, P.. 8. 0.. CHIROPRAO
tor. 809 12 U. 8 Bank Bldg Phon
87: Re S28R
DR8. WHITE AND MARSHALL,
U. 8. National Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and surgeon; Kirkavllle
graduate, 404 405 U. & National Bank
Bldg. Phone Office. 919; Re. 614.
DR. JOHN i, LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician nad Sutgeon, 403-404 Oregon
Bldg: Pho.ies: Office, 1394: Ree 68F5
POMF.ROY ft KEENE JEWELERS AND
Optometrists. 383 Stale.
GLASSES FITTED BY DR. L R. BUR
dette at the Bow Optical Company,
825 Bute street, opposite Ladd and
LODGE DIH ECTOR V
'S.TED SPANISH WAR VETERANS,
"at. S Armory. First, Third Mnndava
A REAL BUY 10 ROOM HOUSE AND
large corner Ir.t. located at 1107 S
Ciimmerciii street. Price $3."0O cash
W. H. (Jrabenhorst & Co, 275 State
GREAT REDUCTION ON HOUSES
BOTH NEW AND OLD
Some we own, some we are handling for
other folks, and for the next 10 days
we will give you some real bargain
If not sold by November 1st we will
have to rent them, but we prefer sell
ing, even at greatly reduced price.
See is Monday morning if you want
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
200 Cray Bldg.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT
GENERAL LAND OFFICE.WASHING
TON, DC, OCTOBER 20, 1921.
Notice is hercb ' given that subject to the
conditions and limitation of the Actx
of June 0, 1916 (33 Stat. 218), aud
.Juic 4, 1920 (41 Stat. 755), and the
instructions of the Secretary of the In
terior of September 15, 1917, and June
il, 1920, the timber on the following:
land will be soid at 10 o'clock a.m.
Dm-ember 5, 1IJ1, at public auction al
ilie United States lund office at Port
!iiirt. Oregon, to the iiiehest bidder at
not less tliun the appraised value as shown
by this notice, sale to be subject to the
approval .t the (secretary of the Inter-or
Tne purchase price, with an addition..:
sum of -ne-fifih of one percent thereof,
bein; comniih:onk' allowed, must be tie
posited at tm:e of sale, money to be
returned if sale :s not approved, other
rise patent iil issue for the limber
which must He removed within ten years
L.df will b received from citizens of .he
I i:ittd State, ansoriations of such citu
cn and corporations organized onrr
th-i laws of the United States or any
-! itc, territory or district theiof on'y
Uj.on application of a qualified purchaser,
tlie Siiiil.er n any legal subdivision v.. I'
1, effered separately before be -itr in
eluded in any offer of a lare'r un;t.
T 4 . R, 5 K., Sec 17, SW,', NE'4.
fir ;! M., NEW, NW'i, fir 425 M..
NWfc NW!i, tir 1050 M.. SEVi NWV
fir 16-.0 M.. SW14 NW4. fir 750 M.
NE4 SEi, lir 330 M., cedtr 25 M.
SWS KK Vj, fir 5o M , SEW SB VI
f:r 1025 M . r-dar 95 M . hembbvk 30
M. SW'i, SK', fir lfi7f M. pine 2"
M . NKVi SWW, fir 1350 M .. N vV V,
SW1.4. fir lixo M, SK'i SW. ,ir
1275 ,M., SWVi SW4. fir 475 M. S-c
21. N E U N '-i . fir 1320 M.. cedar 120
M. hemlock 150 M . NW W. N K . fir
14 40 M .. cedar 240 M , heiolnrk 2!Mi M .
SKU NKI4. fir 11 0 M. cedar TO M,
hemlock j7o M, SW, N K "4 . fir '
M. cedar i0 M. hemlock 130 M. N E V
NWVi. fir IK-JO M., cedar, 155 M..
hemlock 3 10 M NWVi NWVs
fir a:; t M . cedar 5t M. hem
lock l'i0 M , SEVi NW'i. fir 1950 M.
hemlock 20M., sw'i NVV, fir 1920
M . pine 20 M . NE', SK'i. fir 220 M..
NWV, .K'i,. fir 2IOII M. SEW HEW.
fir Ifi.S" M. SW SEW. fir 15 M ..
hemlock 20 M , NEW SWVi. fir 13" M .
NWW 8W4. fir 290ft M, SEW SW.
fir 3ooM SW W RWW. fir 2550
eone of the fir. cedar, hemlock or pine
J-timber to be sold for less than $2 per
j iftigrd Geo. R, Wirkham.
l Acting Cvilauiuttoafr Geacrat Land effir.
FOR SALE OR TRAPS BT OWNER
asca improved 40 acre farm cloe to
Salem. Price right. Phone 53F5.
NOTICE THIS 5 ROOM TLASTERED
bunga'cw in good condition, with fur
niture nearly new. Prace 2200; $!ouu
down, balance time. W. H Grahea
Worst & Co.. 275 State St., l:. S. Bank
FOR RENT iOOD DAIRY OR STX"K
ranch en the Abcqua. Address Stan
ley Tavior, McMinnviilie, Ore.
DO YOU EXPECT TO BUILD HALF
acre lots, located close to paved road
and car line, aouth. Price $400 per
lot. $25 doarn balance parable $10
per month. 6 percent interest. W.
11. Grabeuhort Co.. Realtors, 275
Slate St., U. S Bank Bldg.
FRUIT AND STOCK RANCH
of 2iS acres, rj mil from Salem en a
paved and mac dam road, ISO acres
uniler cultivation. 30 acres of prunes.
Seven room modern, houee. furnace,
firrpla-e. electric lights, bath, etr, ful
ly ctUiped with stock and machin
fry. Price $180 per acre. Excellent
t.rms. Will take some trade.
LAFLAR & LAFLAR,
I Reaitiirs 406-7 Oregon B!dg
30o ACRES . 3 MILES FROM PRATUM
under cultivation, first clab builtiinj;s.
Price $" per acre. Will divide.
220 si reo, sll under caltivstion. no build
ings ISO per acre. Will divide.
17 acres, 10 acres in Iriiit. sood 5 room
house, good oi-.t buildings. Price
LAFLAR &. LAFLAR
406-7 Oregon Bldff
Special Bargain, $1250
4 room cottage, good condition: plastered,
electric lijctit. hot and cold water,
bath and toilet; barn; near pavement
and car line. Almost like finding it.
Terms, $500 down
S. R. PEARSON
210211 U. S. Bank Bid.
Wanted to Lease
A larfte farm suitable for stock and
grain farming, w:!l pay cash rent.
Wanted to buy. the cheapest house in
Salem. Must be a bsrgain and not
A good house for $1275, just like paying
A bargain in a fine lot.
5 acres improved, north, to trade for
bouse in Salem.
331 Vs State St
For rent, 3 room apartment, nicely fur
nished. $33 per month Adults only.
5 room house close in, basement, electric
lights, bath; other modern conveni
ences; large lot, fruit, tree, garage;
an excellent buy. Price $1000. Good
A fine 7 room modern home, $6000.
A good building lot, very cheap.
320 acre farm. 40 acres in cultivation.
A splendid dairv rsnch, $17.50 per acre.
MILLS k COPLEY
Realtors 33 Vt State St.
PARM FOR TRADE FARM FOR RENT,
furnished house for rent. Besutiful
10 acre tract, 5 miles out, good build
ings, $3300. Close to Pacific high
way. Magee. corner State ft Commer
cial, over Busick's.
30 ACRES ALL CULTIVATED WELL
fenced, on gravel road, 50 rods from
citv limit. Good aoil, good barn.
Price $3500, terms. See owner, room
1, 341 Sta'e.
10 HEAD PURE-BRED JERSEYS FOR
tale cheap if taken at once.
15 42 seres Waldo Hills land, ideally
situated for sale on reasonable terms.
Fine buy for exservice men.
A C, Bohrnstedt
407 Masonic Temple, Salem Oregon.
Dairy farm, 180 acres, close to paved
highway, $45 per acre or take small
tract, part pay. 40 acre improved,
$1800, trade for home in Salem. Have
a new bungalow for $950. Apart
ment house, good ineome, price right.
40 acre fruit ranch, take house part
pay. Choice lots tot eale. F. L. Wood
F, L. WOOD
3 41 Trade St.
flVj acres all in cultivation, nearly level.
i located W mile to city limit of Wood
liurn, on paved road; 9 room house,
bath, toilet, honse painted white, sec
and bouse 14x26. With kitchen 9x12.
one barn, 42x64, second barn 42x4 1.
siio in barn, garagei 18x41, blacksmith
shop, wood hed. ec. Alt fenced and
cross fenced, good family orchard,
bearing: land is all tiled; 2 deep wells
with water tower. Ahis is good, deep,
black lertile soil, occupied by owner
and in good ondti ori. Price $24,500.
First payment, 15.000.
L.' A, HAYFORD, REALTOR
305 State Street
MORE SALEM HOUSES
Some dandy farm and orchard trades
Chas. W. Niemeyer
"Just Real Estate"
Masonic Temple. Phone
! 1 5 2 1 6
FOR SALE 9 ROOM HOUSE. EASY
terms. Plume 20874V.
100 acre located 5 toilet from Balem.
50 acres under caltivstion, balance
timber and pasture; buildings, spring,
rock road Price $10,000.
20 acres located 7 miles east of Sa
lem on main Silverton road. All cul
tivated, 4 room plastered cottage, good
barn, woodhoue. paved road. Price
$5,250; V4 cash, balsnce terms.
10 acres al! in bearing fruit 8 acre
prune, 1 Vi acres iogans. Good build
ings. Price $5,000.
10 acres, 6 acre logans. 1 acre straw
berries, rock road; 1 mile from paved
highway. 4 miles ovit. Price $2,650.
210 acres, house, barn and orchard; 20
acres cultivated, some fine saw tim
ber. Price $3500, terma.
f acre lots close to S. Commercial St.
"car line nd paved road, sightlv lo
cation. Good drainage, good berry ol
Price $100; $25 down, balance $10
per month, 6 percent interest.
5 room cottage. 8 bloik aouth. Trie
6 room house at. 1330 S Commercial
street. Price $200; term.
5 room bunzalow located at 1795 S. High
street. Price $4,000: term.
If you are looking to buy, trade or ell,
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
Realtor 275 State Street
TIM HER A COOP TIMBER TRACT
for a good residence in Sa!m.
Orchard- A very good : one rlose in. for
a good town hou. i
Forms A g'-od little farm near by for
a Salem house: and also a farm for
Fair plv We will undertake to get yn.i
a fair, equitable exthance on anv of
our frsdmr deal.; if von are willing
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
3U State j Street
A oopBt!Y--5 ACRES NEAR K1SF.R
school. aKont half in cherries, logaus
and strawberries Cheap bldgs.
Square Deal Co.
2f'2 U. R. Bank rhone 470
SMALL AND I.ABOf FARMS rtTT
home snd choice lot. Fire and nto
Arthur E. Peterson
229 Oregon Bldg
SN APROO' HOuhE. BATH. TOIL
et. elea-trl.-, light, garage, corner lot.
pved tree nd tar line. Price
ii. I JO) down, balance mortgage
payable $20 per month pins 6 xer
rent intereet. W. H ?rbenhorst ft
t'e, 3i5 State ftU. t. bank BUIg.
GOOD SIX BOOM HOUSE AT 1129
N. Cottage Price $2800. Tenua.
Krueger. 209 Oregon Bldg.
A tar? residence close to P.O. seitakV
with a httie added for rooming and
boarding, open to sale for a few days,
then fot rent furnished U not sold
See Wm. Fleming. 541 Swle St.
'Best Buys and Exchanges
5 ACRES, ON PACIFIC HIGHWAY, 4
acres bearing truit, beet of well drain
ed soil, only $3750. Thi is a snap
Will you get ftf
10 acres, 3 1-2 bearing logaaa. S room
house, bara1-! ruaaiag water, oa paved
highway, all well fenced. $2750, $1750
cash. 40 acres, 30 cleared. 10 small
timber, oa paved road. 112 mile fro
town, fine manning water, $$ per
3 acre Ii in bearing fruit, city
water and sewer, $3300, half cash.
30 acres to exchange for bonds er
2 acre at Salem, to exchange for
Salem income, bond or sell on easy
341 State Street
FOR RENT LAND IN N. SALEM TO
let on shares. Inquire of" R. P. Boite,
Notice is hereby giTen that a
road district meeting will be held
at I'.elle Tasi sohoolhouse in Road
District No. S in Marion cotinty.
Oregon' on Saturday the 5tU day
of November, 1921, at 2 o'clock
p. m. for the pnrpo.se of levying
an additional tax lot; road pur
poses in said district.
Y. M. BUSHEY,
WHOLE MILK ;
AND CREAM WANTED
Marion Creamery & Produce
Salem. Oregon Phone 2488
I SALEM MARKETS! f
Prices quoted are wholesale and pric
es received by farmers. No reiail price
Wheat, sacked, 83c 83c.
Osts. milling, net, 4tl.
Oats, feed, 85c.
Vetch end oat hay, 91
Clover Hay. $10.
Mill run till feed, $$4
Eggs, Butter and Butterfat
Creamery butter, 49c.
. Butterfat, 47c.
Hen, light, 16c.
Hens, heavy, 22c.
Chickens, spring, 20c (rt 22c.
Roosters, old, 8c 10c.
Pork, Mutton and Beef
Hogs. $9 50 f $9.75.
Top veal, 12Vn 13c. j
Pork, dressed, 12c it 13c.
Steer. 4c & 5 Vk&.
Toky grape 10c. j
Lemon. $"7.2 3.
Orangea, $1.50 r$ $8.
Florida grape fruit, $8.
California grape fruit, $6.
Cranberries, box, $5.25.
Sweef potatoes, 4V.
Tomatoe. bushel, 75e,
Cucumber, f 1 25.
Bell peppers, lb., lie.
Oregon onion $3.75.
Head lettuce. 75c.
Ditei, Figs, Honey
Comb honey, case. $8.00.
(Continued from page C)
I)?chatcau, Will, rolling,
Dozler, Ambrose, grade
work, etc ...
Glover, Geo. ., putting in
tile, grade work, etc. . .
Hermans, Adraln, grade
work, etc. ...
I.arsen, A J., do
Uifler, Arthur, do
McCrae. vert freano wk.,
Murphy. Algi! hauling-
rock. etc. . . .
Rauncher. II. F., grade
RicKM. V. A., do
Sen wither, George, haul
ing water, etc
Trask, Gus B., grade work
.V..irkrt IJoal Xo JKJ
Holes, H. H., team work
Holing, C. A., spreading
Brevier. A. H.. wood . .
Urubakcr, O L., tam
Creech. W. L . do
team on plow,
Ha n. John, spreading
gravel, team on wheel
er, etc. .
Johnston. C. F.. team on
plow & wheeler, etc...
Kundier, Wm.. spreading
dirt H gr.ivel, etc. . . .
Iauritson. J. P.. team on
wheeler, etc .
Merchand, A. K , do .
Myers A. V., spreading
travel for roller, etc..
Nichols. J. M.. team on
I low and wheeler . . .
Roth. G., hauling wood &
unborg, Emil. Wading
Utter, M. IT.. Cam work.
Zak. John, holding plow,
Clark, .1. D , fo-eman . . .
Hunt. J. T. miweeHaneau.H
a'-cts. cont'd., co. com.
sal, & expenses
(To be continued)
4 2. f0
4 2 on
Secret Practice Held
On Multnomah Field
PORTLAND. Or. Oct. 28, S
crpf practice on Multnomah field
th's afternoon stave the T'nivr
'fi' of Ca'Hornia "d the Watsh
ine'on S'Jtte collese football
teams workout prepar'-ferv to
the clash tomorrow afternoon.
The weather th . afternoon w
warm and tinsh!nr and th fiH
vcas (jrrins: from recent rains. Th
nffie'ai forecast for Saturday was
D4 TU r...r'trA Aric
r.'JUU Miti vtiaoouinu nuo.
I HI Al
Adcle Gavrrlsoa'a New rttaava of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
THE SOUND THAT BROKC AND
SCATTERED MA DO ITS FAN
Mrs. Durkee must hav report
ed to Maj. Urantland that the
roses he had sent me were fading,
ftr In ti.e n.ternoon following her
comment u;on our neglect! of
them a box of fie;h blossoms r
rived. I 1
1 plauced nervously at L.U1 an
v. hen they came In, but tier fco
was non-committal, and she on
ed the bos, handed me the card
it eontained, and put the roses in
vases and bcwls with but a xto
"Roses, nothing but roses,; aha
r-aid. "They must be the niaiVs
favorite flower." , j . .
I wondered If It werts only my
fancy or If there were a susp cion.
of a fiieer in her voice. 1 began
hurriedly to scrutinize the card
which had accompanied the flow
era. : j
"I am anxiously awaiting the
day when I can express to you In
person the sorrow I feel at bav
'ng caused you such suffering. In
the inter m please let the rosea
convey that message to yon. j l
"II. G ".
I laid the card down upon! the
coverlet of my bed with a queer
fantasy taking possession of me.
the conviction that the rosea
were not only delivering the mes
sage he mentioned, but another,
Lillian.' I said a bit sharply.!
"do yon notice a frasranco I k
wild roses in here?" . i
She looked at me shrewdly,
then sniffed the air critically, i
"Your Imagination ,1s certainly
working overtime," she smiled.
"There a no such scent here. I
wish there were. The fragrance
of wild roses ia stimulating, while
these things are almost like tube
roses, their odor is ao overpower-
,n." -. ; t-r.
I closed my eyes In unreason
ing protest. For the fragrance of
wild roses was so real a thing to
me that 't brought before me a
memory I thought I had burled
deep, a memory which brought
the hot blood to my cheeks as It
swept over me. f
Again I wit walking with MaJ
Grantland at midnight along tho
pipe line connecting Marvin with
the next village, compelled to, the
bizarre exoed Hon and his excort
by the danger with which Crac
Draper and her associates f had
surrounded me. Again, the scent of
wild roses wet with d-w swirled
round my senses, and the memory
of the romantic emotion which
had swayed me upon that Sight
I had ever since wlsh4 to forget
cam back to me with po'gnant
1 . .. i' -
Not that I had any tanglbli
thing, a rare, even an !nadvert
ent word with which to burde
the conscience which Dickyao of.
ten ridicules as "Puritan." I But
my soul knew that In that hour
mv love for mv hu?tand. mr loy
alty to h'm had been momentarily
obscured by the romantic, dash
ing personality of the man with
whom I had shared such dramatic
erll, the man who had, saved me
K irom grave aanger, perhaps
death, and whose service to hla
countrv wn8 at that time, aa I ao
erronc-iisly supposed, n I iuch
contrast to mv husband's appar
enHv ptia'lUrtliti'.ni behavior.
Th terrif'c emOt'onat strain
which had followed mv d'scoverv
of Dlr-ky's flylnr- commission at
the very moment he came crash
ing to rth in his machine, had
caused almost a revulsion of feel
ing against Maj. Grantiand "ii me,
a reeling unjust and unreasoning.
His reappearance, blind and help
less had changed that feeling; to a
deep compassion In which there
Was no tinge of the schoolgirIl?h
romance with which "I had-endowed
h m. But nowx he i bad
come back into my life, strong,
fully restored to sight, the same
invster'oiiH, romantic- personality
which had first intrigued my Im
agination. And 1 would have
bsen lacking in the most common
fern nin-i trait it I had not; con
trasted the constant remorserul
attention with which he was sur
rounding me to Dicky'a apparent
carelessness. i :
"Time to wash your fate,
Madge" i I
The careless. matter-of-fact
words brought me back to reality
with a most unromantlc jerk, i I
opened my eyes to see Lillian
r.milinE down at me not quizzical
ly, for so shrewd a reader Of
bra n proces4Cs must have seen
that I was In no mood for com
ment, earnest or jocular. But I
shrewdly suspected that she had
deliberately introduced the borne
ly little rite at Just this moment.
The Surest Antidote. j
"We must fix you tip pretty b
eatie a certain very distinguished
and Insistent via tor ia waiting' pa
tiently to see you."
For a moment I wondered wild
ly If Maj Grantiand had asked
permission to see me before 1 was
convalescent. Then, aa v Lillian
arranged my hair, 1 beard outside
the door a little voice Ju-t per
fecting the f'rst word h; hid
learned to speak, and procla'm'n
t everywhere in Insistent baby
fashion. , 1 i
"Mam-ma! Mam-ma!" M -
Tne tancied fragrance of wld
roses vanished as my small on
rorne toddling into the room
with Katie gli ding h! (ootsen
Aa L'llian lifted him to my glds
and I buried my face in the baby
freshness o his neck and hair I
knew that the mrest antidote for
romantic foolishness had . been,
g ven me. . i j
(To be continued H J ' "
ORK, Oct. 23. Evapov-
I tpd apples nominal: prunea mod-
inai: prunes m