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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1921
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Bis month' contract. ter ino 15e
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Minimum lor any advertisement, 2ie
? rma insurance society
TbJelsxm, KoUnd Banttutrdt
Ktetdent Agent 871 BtaAe Be
- MONEY TO LOAN
On Real EataU
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? 10ANS REAL ESTATE
We insure anrthlna- We have the money
Ve loan fay as back like ten: Our
farm and city property litU are com
plete, , dee a first.
LAX LAB. LAXXAR
404-7 Oregon Hid. Phone 1644
Vt'TT r.T k IT uno vrtr mttpyt on
I H ''more, for tale cheap. Phone 1725 W
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TOR SALE STUDEBAKER SPECIAL
7 Siz. Fine condition Five rord tires:
complete equipment. Cash or terms.
Phone 1892 W.
FOR SALE A LIGHT TRUCK IN GOOD
. condition, also a MaxwelL runabout,
suitable for trailer. Both cneap. Phone
FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOMS IN
modern home, close in. Gentlemen
? preferred. 447 Liberty street.
FOR SALE POTATOES AT 8305 N.
,; 4th atreet. ,
FOR SALE 1 5 OR 20 HEAD YEAR-
Ung steers and some heifers. One mile
'east Turae i on Marto' road Ed
. Bartos. ., j . - .
iSCSERVICE MEN 10 ACRES BEAR
ing prunes! a dandy orchard ; 54
'miles south for S4Ot. 1 Year loan will
nanaie this.. R. A. Jiohney, 209 Or
. egon Bldg.
WANTED ARTISTS MODEL . FOR
about six weeks. All or spare time.
i write a-iv statesman.
fOR SALE 5 ROOM BUNGALOW IN
a south Salem, basement, electric lights,
,s sain, new. 92250.
O. H. CANNON
S31 Sute St. - Realtor - Phone S34
OVER 50.0O0 POLICY HOLDERS ARE
receiving protection from the Mcninn-
Title Co. at a very low cost. Are yon
- receiving ita tenafitt Ht.nHlev A
Foley, Agts, Bush Bank Bldg. Phone
WATCH SALEM GROW NOW IS THE
, time to bur a good lot. Be sure and
see us before tou bny. Krueger,
: , realtor, Oregon Bldg.
IOB SALE NICE LITTLE BUNGALOW
well Icoated. Price 91600, terms, own-
PATRONIZE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
Grocery. 2095 North Fifth atreet.
THEY LOOK LIKB NEW THE HAT
- will located. Price 91600, termi, own
Box, 179 Soath High.
R SALE-JT ROOM BUNGALOW.
locks from postoffice, bath, electric
(his, basement,' furnace, 93760.
31 State St. Realtor - Phone 534
WlNTUn EXIMITin YOITNO MAS
; who hialjhad experience selling life
: insurance? stocks or adTertising. Most
be able to derote his entire time and
he ambitious for advancement. Most
have the. courace to nresent business
p ho petition to merchants and proles
sional men. Anawer in your own hand'
Writing stating age, educational qua!
ificationa, experience aa solicitor, 1
Address "I-No. 81," Statesman off
MALE AND TEMALB
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
ft take farm paper subscriptions. A good
proposition to trie rigm people. Address
the Pacifie Homestead, AUtesmaa Uidg
ACIAL SCALP TREATMENTS. VIO
.let ray: maaievriec ahambooing. Or-
. egoa Bath House. Phone 540.
AJ3TR0L00T STAR!? TELL LITB'8
, story. Bead birthdate and dime for
erial reading. Eddy, Weetport St, 88
ynm City. htisaor
FOR . SALE
.scAir abt. map
TOR BALE FEMALE CANARIES 50e
! for ' short time only. Phone 1280
1030 I'.herneketa at.
IF; YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
T imrni paper, tena io w in, a-ciia
I Homestead. Salem, Oregon, for three
trial subscription. Mention this aa
ALADDIN READY CUT HOUSE8"
10 percent saved la cost of construe
tins Chaa. F. Smith, factory reprea
Utive, 620 JVorthweat Jank isiag
ttEAP COWS FRESH AND COMING
ares. 4U4 8. iota be. -
VfVL SALE BAY WORK
; and 1, weight 1400
far 1. i; . 1 1.
WORK TEAM, AGES
APLE3 DELIVERED. PHONE 4-M
CHEAT SEED FOR SALE B.
i Ktmick, AVoodburn, Oregon, j
I0R SALE A FIXE AIRDALE DOO.
it 9 months, old. Phone 760-J. Patton
f brothers.':. ; ; -
GASOLINE AND OIL TANKS
f -from the largest to smallest. L. A.
y.iL t'tive. 864
B. 12th t, phone 1602-J. ,
FULLER BRUSHES FOR DEMON-
THE HOUSE OP HALF A MILLION
.sod one Urtatns. Wt bay, sell or
"hange ad everything ia
4he line of Junk or second hand goods.
fc'r buy or sell. Btaia
beek Junk Co. Remember to a nlara
Jtoa N. Commercial BU PhciVa 523?
FCRXITURE FOR SALE RUGS, BED
room sets, buffet, eateasMB table, kit
' I? '. stove, cooking men
tis, Jiahes, bedding, Mtra rockers.
Ml aa living r'om furniture, wardrobe;
i'?1"- ood wringer, wash board
and. tuba. Room 26, Berymaa block
T Peoples Cash Store, phona 1888.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
IWltOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
especially good selection of ths songs
I feu have been wanting, with words and
t- Snaie romolete. No m.i,.. v "
lit J?b'' yo have, you should have
t U S fls one, contsining the Oregon songs
AV jch la lots of a doten or more; $1 50
? I Te hundred,, postpaid. Second edition
' I -nted since September. -
RE00 TEACH&RS MONTHLY '
I S. Commercial 8W Salem, Oregon
FOE SALE OLD NEW8PAPER8, 10
cents uunaie. circulation department,
SPRIXO CHICKEX8 BUY YOL'R
spring chickens for your Sunday dinner
for 25c a pound. We will dress tbera
free of charge. Farmers' Produce Co.
160 South High.
POULTRY MEN SEND EIGHT TWO
eent stamps for apeeial three months'
triai for too brat and oldest journal
In the west. The articles and adver
tisement are of special Interest to
the poultry breeders of the northwest.
North west Poultry Journal. 211 Com
mercial St- Salem, Oregon.
FOR GOOD VALUE IN REAL WOOD,
Phone Judd, 108F3.
FOR SALE 1.10 CORDS OF OAK
wood. C. J. Brice, Falls City, Ore.
FOR DRY MILL WOOD AND OLD Y1R
call Tracy Wood Co, Phono 520.
FOR 8ALE FIRST CLASS SECOXD
growth big fir and oak. Phone 1154.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOR SALE.
OLD GROWTH 16 IN. FIR, $8.50; 4
ft. second growth and ash. Phone
FOR BALK BEST GRADE HILL WOOD
second growth and old fir, 4 ft. or
16 in. Fred E. Wells, Phone 1542.
80S 8. Church.
FOR RENT 3 ROOM APARTMENT;
well furnished. 248 N. summer, phone
FOR RENT FRONT ROOM OVER THE
Price Shoe Store. Newly painted, goou
for tailor shop or Insurance office.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
in modern home and centrally located.
Please give name and address E, care
F. L. WOOD 33 li STATE 8T REAL
FOR RENT A CLOSE IN SEVEN
room, mostly furnished. see w m.
Fleming, 341 State St.
FOR RENT A GARAGE. 1295 MAR-
" ion. Phone 1413 J.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST 915 IN CURRENCY. LAST
week. Finder please leave at Mates
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S
slightly worn clothes. Phone 179.
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER
Capitol City Bedding Co. Phone 19.
WANTED 100 8ACKS OF BLACK
walnuts. Must be new crop and cry.
Damon Grocery Co.. 899 N. Commer
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
- ware sad furniture. Best prices paid.
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
AND FURNITURE CO.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 947
WANTED TO RENT HOUSE. 4 TO (S
rooms. Immediate possession. . Phone
. 1118 M.
WANTED TO BUYSHETLAND PONY
with or without harness and buggy.
State price, aixe, color, age, weight,
temper. Enclose photo if convenient.
Apply Box A-9, Statesman.
TRACY 8 STORAGE GARAGE
W. C. WRIGHT, 171
AUTO TOP. UPHOLSTER1 WORK
guaranteed. 553 South 12th. Phone
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
JSMITH-W ATKINS, 147 NORTH HIGH,
risk. Silverton Cord, Hood extra ply
tire.s Everything for auto. "
FOR SALE 1917 5 PASSENGER
light car, - good condition, good tires,
$150. Merchants Delivery, 654 Ferry
WAXTED LIGHT TRUCX 17 RX
, , change on Hudson, Eases' or Baby
Overland Frsd Kirkwood, 248 StaW
OARAGE AND REPAIR
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER, 245
Center. Phone 890.
HOFFMAN Jk ZOSEL TIRE REPAIR
lug. vulcanising, retreading: 197 South
" Commercial street. Phone 471.
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICK, 8TUDE
baker repairing. 173 South Liberty.
FAIR GROUNDS OARAGE TIRES. Ac
cessories, used ears. Our work guar
anteed. 2641 Portland Road. Phone
80UTII COMMERCIAL GARAGE GEN
eral repairing and overhauling. 420
8. Commercial St., Salem.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU
ble shooting. 238 North High. Phone
PRESTO LITE BATTERY SERVICE
' a tat ion. Expert battery and electrical
work. Farria Bros. Phone 1803, 418
Court. -j '
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
Sooth 12th. Phono 28. f -
JT C. BAIR, RADIATORS, FENDERS.
'Bodies repaired. 444 Ferry. l
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY. HOME
made candies, confections, eigars, bag
aiines. 1272 Sute.
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
Parlor, 110 North Commercial Street.
CARPET AND RAO WEAVING
CARPET AND RUO WEAVING. COL
onial styles aad colors. Phond 84F21.
CHINESE PHYSICIAN f
DR. It. M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 8. High St., phono 2S3.
CLEANING, PRESSING DONE TO YOUR
satisfsctioa. Classy lino collars,
ties. The Tneeerv. 1837 Stste. ,
BREWER DRUG CO. - 405 COURT.
8ECURE MY liaURT3UlI WIBiAUi
FRANKLIN LACNF.R PIANO.
17th. Phoue 1008 W.
GERTRUDE SMITH PIANO, SILVER
toe, Oregon. Green 801.
MrfSj, HENRY LEE PIANO. 1321 N.
Capitol. Phone 1017 W.
LAURA GRANT PIANO SCHOOL
credits given. 336 N. High. Phone
MIXNETTA MAGERS VOCAL, DERBY
Building. Friday afternoon. Saturdiy.
LlESSIE F. BCSH TEACHER PIANO.
formerly instructor Metropolitan Col
lege Music, Philadelphia. 1363 South
Commercial. Phone 883 J.
LENA BELLE TARTAR VOCAL IN
struetton. Phone 834.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO.
North Winter. Phone 345 J.
NELLIE KULK.EY STONE PlAtfO
873 Leslie. Phone 751 W.
ALL3E CHANDLER PIANO.
Aorta Cottage. Phone 8i-W.
BEATRICE 8HELTON PIANO STUDIO
845 Marlon. Phone 1289.
LILLIAN HARTSHORN PIANO, 194
North Church. Phone 178.
T. & ROBERTS PIANO. ORGAN.
South 14 th, Phone 770.
DAM F. LANGENBERG. VOCAL
Derby Bldg. Pfaoa 2078.
LENA WATERS PIANO.
MOLLIS STYLES VOICE. PIANO. 859
Center. Phone 301CR.
JULIA MILLS WEIGEL, PIANO. 1660
South Church. Phone 1S91R.
LUOLK BOSS P1AMO. ORGAN.
North Liberty, Phoae 1187W.
MATT1E GILBERT STRING IN8TRU
ments. 1572 Bute. Phone 1166 R.
MISS MABLE SHEPHERD. PIANO
L layer; dances, all occasions. 267 N.
BERTHA JUNK DARBY, AUTHORIZED
teacher, Godowsky Progressive Series
Piano. 079 North Cottage. Phone
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MUS
ie of Chicago, Frank E. Churchill, rep
resentative. Diplomas granted. Odd
SALEM CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC
All branches taught, diplomas granted.
John R. Sites, director. 1237 Court
WENDELL HELM TUBTNQ. REPAIR
tag, Phone 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave orders Will's
PIANOS, PLAYER PIAltOS; NEW.
ased. J. W. Talimsa. 121 So. Oom'l.
SHERMAN CLAY CO PIANOS, 8TEIN
ways, Duo-Art ane others. Moore
Dunn Music Store. Masonie Temple.
GEO. C WILL PIANOS, PII0NO
grsphs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano atudies. Repairing phon
ographs and sewing machines, 432
MARION-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
association has money to loan at six
percent: W. D. Smith, secretary-treasurer,
303 Salem Bank of Commerce.
FRANK F. RICHTER NEW, SECOND
hand furniture. S49 N Commercial.
FURNITURE REPAIRED OR MADE TO
Order. Reftnisheing and upholstering
si speciality. Phone 1742. Brown and
Groves, 1201 Sooth Commercial St.
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for sale. Smith's, 301 North Commer-
LEpNARD HOTEL NEW MANAGE
itient, clean neat rooms and apartments.
54 N. Front St.
CHERRY CITY HOTEL; ROOMS 75c
tip; diaing room ia connection, family
stylo. Corner High snd State
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
company. J. C. Balch, agent, room 5,
McCornack Bldg. Phone 96.
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY WITH
Bankers' Reserve Life ; G. F. Booth,
Genera Agent, phone 20H8-W.
liadies' Wearing Apparel
MRS. ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCESS
Corsets. Phone 1043 R. 891 S. 12th.
DRESSMAKING TAILORING, MRS.
Ooodwin, 445 North Commercial.
MRS. C. JEPSON MODISTE, 2567
Oak, phone 929.
MRS VARTY, DESIGNER AND MAKER
1 - Ladies Suit and uowns. uver am
LA CLA8IQUX GOWN SHOP EXCLU8
rve modela. Expert designing. 831
MAUD SIMONS, DRESSMAKER. 1710
Bellevue 8t. .
YQUNO WOMAN WOULD LIKE PLAIN
sewing, beading, etc. 82 day. Ad
CARRIE FISHER -r DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer corsets to ori'er.
2 McCornack Bldg.
DRE8SMAKINQ BY THE DAY. PHONE
845-J. Mrs. Reid.
EDITH M. ASHLEY DRESSMAKER.
1845 Broadway; 1436 J.
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCED
dressmaker. Phono 1971 W.
RUTH MeADAMS DRESSMAKER, 756
South 12th. ; Phone 1824-M.
HAITI E WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
248 North Cottage. Phone 1552-W.
MESDAMES SCOTT A CHASE DRESS
makers, 219 Stats St. Phono 987.
MRS. BRECKENRIDGE HEMSTITCH
ing, mail orders solicited. 175 8. 19th
Phono 174 M.
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
chainstitching, pleating, buttons. 329
$30 Oregon Bldg. Phone 379.
MRS. C. A. GRIMM MILLINER. Fan
cy aprons, novelties and hand made
fjowers. 5t9 Conrt St.
MRS. HILDEBRAND, PLEATING 390
$onth 24th. i Phone 798-M1.
WHITE DANCING ACADEMY MRS.
R. L. Vhite. principal. Phono 278-J.
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
lata renovated aad blocked. 495 Court
i street. ! ; ' ' -
FRED BLAKE, LANDSCAPE GAFl;
it. til..-,. t'ttnH. 1H41.M
' A Ubvrtr. ; Phon. ion-
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 136 S.
Liberty atreet. Phone 25. Oldest
largest best. Established ISm.
CAPITAL CITY ST BAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt serif ii-e. 12 04
broad way . Phone 1C5.
DR. H. J. AXDERSFN MAGNETIC
tealer. Drugles Phyiirian. 419 Or
egon BMg. Phone 165.
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
HONEY TO LOAN
TO LOAN' ON' GOOD REAL ESTATE
tl.Otrf), $1,500 or -2,5o0. Soeolof sky.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY NURSERY
All kinds nursery stork for kale. Kte
7. Phone 105K5.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City Nur
sery Co., 426 Oregon Bldg. phone 75.
PRACTICAL EXPER'.EXCE NURSE
Mrs. Meitxler. Florence Hotel. Phone
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS, WALL
paper and picture framing. Good work
I men. 455 Court St. Phone 4"5.
PAINTING AND DECORATING HIGH
class work for particular people. L. D
Brandon, contractor. 365 North High,
AUBREY H. CLARK PAINTING, PAP
erhanging, kalsomining. Work guar
anteed. Terms reasonable. Phone
2035-J. 1464 Ferry.
PAINTING AND CARPENTER WORK
by first class workmsn. Day or con
tract. Wells, 2.09 Marion, phone
MISS GOODHUE TAKES SUBSCRIP
tions for all magazines. 251 S. 17th.
street. Pl.one 741 M.
FOR WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
announcements, see Bertelsoa, printer.
" Y" Building.
WASTED CONFINEMENT CASKS AT
private hospital. I have beet of equip
ment Phone 10.10 J
PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA PERFUME CO EX
tracta, toilet articles. Mrs. Moyer,
170 South 23rd. Phone 1284
MARGARET BURNS PUBLIC 8TEN
ographer. 408 Maaonie Bldg, Phone
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phono 1397-J. Shop, 127 Union
street. A. L. Godfrey.
NORTHWESTERN PIPE CO, WHOLE
sale and retail plumbing supplies. SIS
N. Commercial. Phone 179.
JOB'S PLUMBING SHOP, SHIPPING
and Broadway, Phone 1S02. Prices
reaaonable. If you have anything to
fix let Joe do it
UNION SIGN CC SIGNS WITH KICK.
Show cards that talk. 424 N : Commer
cial. Phone 546.
REPAIRING AND EHjZ USTKQ
CUTLERY GRINDING UMBRELLA
repairing, safety razors, etc. Stewart's
Repair Shop, 317 Court street.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
paired. General sharpening, chimney
sweep 1485 N. 17th St.. Phone 1418W
SECOND HAND GOODS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SEOOND
hand clothing and ahoes. Alao do
cleaning, pressing and repairing. Call
and deliver. Capital Exchange, 842
North Commercial. Phono 1368-W.
WE BUY AND SELL SEOOND HAND
goods of all kinda, pipe fittings, bar
boss, collars, collar pada, tools, aad
chains. Trod Schindler. 188 Oeater
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 198 SOUTB
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE. RE
fuse of all kint'a removed. Cesspools
cleaned. Phone 998.
DE LUXE STUDIO SOMETHING DIF
ferent in photography. 147N. Com'l.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years experience. Depot National
fence, sizes 26 to 28 inches high.
Paints, oil and varnishes, etc., logan
berry snd hop hooks. Salem Fence
and Stove Works. 250 Court street.
Phone 12 1.
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR,
211 S. High, and Ferry.
SALEM -SILVERTON STAGE
O. E. Depot News Stand
7:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m
11:00 a.m. 1 :(X) p.m.
5:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m.
Leave Salem, O. E. Depot T:00 a.m.
11:00 am. 5:i0 p.m.
Leave Monmouth Hotel 8:15 a.m.,
1:00 p.m., 6:15 p.m.
Leave Independence Hotel 8:30 a.m.
1:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m.
Special trips by appointment.
Seven passenger car for hire
J. W. PARKER, Prop.
Res. phone 615 Business phone 7
TAXI DIRECTOR. T
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAXT-TRANSTKB CO..
Liberty A Ferry. Phone 37. Dry
slab. 18-ineb wood for sal
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 226
State St., phone 933. Distributing
forwarding and storage our specialty.
Get our rates.
FOR SAWING WOOD CALL 1959 J.
Stine A Son.
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phoae 2046. Fisher Bros.
SALEM WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO
Office, 301 South Com'l 8t. Ten per
rent discount on domestic flat rates
paid in advance. No deductions for
absence or any cause unless water is
shut off your premises. i
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE OPEN
Sunday morning 8 o'clock. American
stylo. llOVa North Commercial. Phone
DR. a U SCOTT. P. 8. CHTROPRAO-
tor, $0918 U 8 Bak Bldg Pkoao.
S7j Re. 828K. j
A. J. FOSTER PAINLESS CHIROPO
dist. Corns, bunions, ingrown nails
removed. 322 State SL, Patton Bik.
CORNS AND TALLOCSES REMOVED
without pain. Appliances from iadi
viduaJ impression. Dr. Talro. Masonic
Bldg, Phone 442.
THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE OF ME
Luno-Therapy. Massage, steam baths,
electricity, iredical gymnastics, V-ray,
u.edieated packs for rheumatism, run
down conditions, stomach, kidneys,
etc. Home treatments given. Drs. G.
W. and Ruth Brown, Swedish grad
nats. Room . 30 1 2 Oregon Bldg.
DKS. WHITE AND MARSHALL,
U. 8. National Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MEaCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and aurgeoa; KirksvUls
r adaate; 40 405 U. S. National Bank
tdg. Pbooee Office, 919; Has. 014.
DR. JOHN i. LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician aad Sutgeun, 408-404 Oregon
Bldg: Phones: Office. 1894: lUa 5ro.
POMEROY A KEENE JEWELERS AND
Optometrists. 388 State.
GLASSES FITTED BY DR. L. R. BUR
dette at the Bow Optical Company,
82a Sute atreet, opposite Ladd aad
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS"
Camp 5, Armory, Firit. Third Mondays.
Bargain in 2 acres, with neat 4 room
bungalow, barn, garage; some fruit,
good soil, on paved road, close to town.
Price $2000: terms, $900 down. We
have acreages all kinds for sale or
S, R. PEARSON
210 211 U. S. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE BT OWNER
nice improved 40 acre farm cloae to
Salem, ,'rica right. Phone 63K5.
Three room house and nice lot. Price
Five room house, goo lot, for $1650;
Six room house large lot and good
buy fur 81600, terms.
For Largains See
H, L, MARSTERS
Gray Bldg. Phona 60?
LET US EXPLAIN THE NEW SYSTEM
of selling your property. Property
listed not exclusive. Your property
photographed. Brown, Magee and
Bessie Snyder. Over Busick's Store.
State and Commercial. Phoue 559.
SMALL AND LARGE FARMS. CITY
homes and choice lots. Fire and auto
Arthur E. Peterson
229 Oregon Bldg. a
GREAT REDUCTION ON HOUSES
BOTH NEW AND OLD
Some we own, aome we are handling for
other folks, and 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 reduce) pricea.
See ns Monday morning if you want
to bur. f
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
. 200 Grsy Bldg.
15 sere chicken ranch, all cultivated, 2
acres of mixed orchard, also grapes and
English walnuts, good 7 room plaster
ed house with cement basement and
electric lights, eleven building in all
. on place. I-ocsted 4 blocks from paved
road near Tualatin. Price 88000, or
will trade for modern home in Salem.
20 acres all cultivated, 4 room bungalow,
barn and wood house, located 8 miles
east on Silverton road. Price $5250.
Vt down, balance time.
Vt acre lota A good location near paved
road and ca Une. Price $400 per lot,
$23 down, bi..ince $10 per month, 6
percent interest. If you are looking
for a location to build, here it ia at
a small cost.
210 acres, 20 cultivated, 2V& million feet
and barn. Will take part trade on
property near Salem,
part trade on property near Salem.
10 room house at 1107 S. Commercial
street. Price $2300.
5 room plastered bungalow in good con
dition, partly furnished. Price $2200
5 room bungalow, new last year, located
near McKinley school. Priee $1900
6 room house located at 1008 S. 12th
street. Price $2300, terms.
Good 9 room house located 8 blocks out.
Price $2100 cash.
We write fire insurance.
If you are looking to buy, trade or sell,
W, H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 Sute Street
FARM ON HIGHWAY MUST SELL
100 acres,- miles north of Salem,
14 mile from school, hesvy loam soil,
80 acres cultivated. 15 acres beaver
dam, 4 acres cherries and apples, 10
acres young logans, 2 sets buildings.
This is a first class proposition, on
paved road; to sacrifice at $150 per
acre. cash. This is a real buy
and your chance to subdivide. See us
today. Socolofsky, Realtors, 341 State
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, WASHING
TON, D.C., OCTOBER 20. 192L
Notice is hereb" given that subject to the
conditions and limitation of the Acta
of June 9, 1916 (39 Stat. 218), and
June 4, 1920 (41 Stat. 758), and the
instructions of ths Secretsry of the In
terior of September 15, 1917, and June
22, 1920, the timber on the following
lands will be sold at 10 o'clock a.m.,
Icember 5, 1921, at public auction at
tbe United States land office at Port
land, Oregon, to the highest bidder at
not lesa than the appraised vslue as shown
by this notice, sale to be subject to the
approval of the Secretary of the Interior.
The purchase price, with an additional
sum of one-fifth of one percent thereof,
being commissions allowed, must be de
posited st time of aale, money to be
returned if sale is not approved, other
wise patent will issue for the timber
which must be removed within tea years
bids will be received from citixens of che
United States, aasociations of such citix
ens snd corporations organized uni'er
th-i laws of the United States or any
t4te, territory or district therof only.
Upon application of a qualified purchaser,
the limber -n any legal subdivision will
bo effered separately before being in
cluded in any offer of a larger unit.
T. 4 S., R, 9 E., See. 17. 8W4, NE14.
fir 360 M 'E4, NW4, fir 425 M
SW NW, fir 1050 M, SEVi NWVi.
fir 1650 M., 8W4 NW4, fir 750 M..
NE4 SEK. fir 330 M., cedar 25 M,
NWU SEVi. fir 850 M., SE4 SE.
fir 1025 M., cedar 95 M.. hemblock SO
M, 8W SE, fir 1675 M pine 20
M KE SW. fir 1550 M.. NW
SWU, fir U80 M, SEU 8W4. fir
1275 M SW14 8WV4, fir 475 M, See.
21. KEs NEVi. fir 1320 M cedar 120
M, hemlock 150 M NWVi. NE4. fir
1440 M cedar 240 M, hemlock 290 M
SE4 KE, fir 1940 M eedar 70 M.,
hemlock 270 M, BW14 NE. fir 1880
M eedar 60 M , hemloek 130 W NE4
NWVi. fir 1820 M, cedar, 155 M
hemlock 310 M NWVi NWVi
fir 2340 M.. cedar. 50 M hem-
Wfc lOO M.. SEU KW14. fir 1950 M
hemlock 20M SWVi NWVi. fir 1920
M pine 20 M NEVt SEVi. fir 2200 M
NWVi SEVi, fir 2100 M SEVt SEVi.
fir 1650 M, 8WU SEVi, fir 1865 M.
hemlock SO M., NE4 SWVi. fir 1840 M,
NWVi SWVi, fir 2900 M 8EVi 8W.
fir 2000 M 8WVi SWVi. fir 2550 M,
none of the fir. eedar. hemlock or pins
timber to bo sold for less thsa $2 per
. (signed) Geo. K. wicraam,
Acting, CommJuioner tieatral Land oUica.
Geo. R. Wickfhsm,
A BARGAIN OF A 6 ROOM HOUSE,
modern, on X. Commercial, paved cr
oer at $"JJ(M). Easy terms. See Wu.
Fleming, 341 State St
5 room modern house on paved street,
1 block from carliae, price 32oo.
5 room modern plastered bungalow,
gravel street, at carliae; only 2750
6 room strictly modern bungalow, every
convenience. $4250, and take in sec
ond hand Dod?e car,
6 room first class buegslow with lot
60x2O0; located at limits, one block
from carline. $40uO; half cash.
8 room strictly modern 1 'j story bun
galow, paved street, close in : upstairs
in apartments rents for $50 per month
Price S5OO0; terms.
91 acres half cultivated, family orchard,
good buildings. 1 mile from railroad,
price 97000; $3000: down.
110 acre grain and dairy farm, 90 acres
cultivated, electric lights in all build
ings, spring water piped, a fine home.
9t miles Salem, 4 mile school. On
ly $14000, 1-3 cash. Federal loan of
$"000 at 5 percent now on plaee.
See this if you mean business.
70 acres heavy black loam, good build
ings, water system, l mile from town
with Catholic church and school. A
good buy st $125 per acre; cash.
38:i acre first class dairy and stock
farm; $125 per acre. Will sell with
or without fine Guernsey herd:
57 Vi acres in Waldo hills, all cultivated,
8 acres prunes, new buildings, silo,
garage; 3 miles from Shaw on rock
road. $10,000 and everything, stock,
implements, feed, furniture go.
See us if you want to but. sell, or trade.
Realtors 311 State
FOR RENT 6 ROOil ; rtOCSfi ON N.
Liberty, furnished, at $40 per month.
Square Deal Co.
VACANT LOTS-WE HAVE A LARGE
list. Buy before the demand appears.
The Fleming Realty Co. 341 State St
Notice to Fruit; and Berry
growers. We are going to place one the
market one ot the finest tracts ot tana
near Salem, the S. 11, Hill farm, 3
miles east of Katera on the Garden
road. better known as the Ueo.
There is no better land in the valley
for fruit and berries or garden vruck,
Snd will be sold in smsll trsrts to
suit purchaser. The price will be
below the average for this kind of
land. Come in and : let us show you
this before yon bny,
331'i Stste St.
FOR SALE OR TRADE ONE OF THE
finest highly improved 40 acres of
Waverdim land, on two fine gravel
roads, rural route, ; close to school,
two miles from one town and five
miles from another. ' Has good barns
and outbuildings, machine sheds, fair
house, fine family orchard and is well
fenced, has good well) and fine running
water. This is one of the best pieces
of land in the Willamette valley. Price
$8,000, part cash and will take good
bouse in city up to $2,500 as part
payment, balance easy terms. If interested-
call on or : write Ir. C. H.
Schenk, phone 1182. Derby Bldg.,
I7Vs acres all in cultivation, nearly level,
located Vi mile to city limits of Wood
burn, on paved road; 9 room house,
bath, toilet, housa painted white, sec
and honse 14x26, with kitchen 9x12,
one barn, 42x64, second barn 42x44,
silo in barn, garage ' 18x44, blacksmith
shop, wood shed, etc. All fenced snd
cross fenced, good : family orchard,
bearing; land ia all tiled; 2 deep wells
with water tower. Ahis ia good, deep,
blsck fertile soil, occupied by owner
and in good eondtiion. Price $24,500.
First payment, $15,000.
LSA. HAYFORp, REALTOR
805 State Street
THIS IS OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE,
grocery store, gaa station and freight
depot. located on Pacifie highway,
north. Socolofsky, 341 Stste St.
65 tj acres, 13 miles from Salem, 1
mile from town. 43 acres in crop, 7
room house, bsrn 24x40, with 2 sheds
16x40, chicken house 16x30, hog house,
tool house, etc. Price $9500. Might
take some trade.
31 V4 acres, 3 miles from Turner, 4 acres
prunes, 1 acre logans, 2 seres mixed
fruit, good house, barn and- out-buildings,
mile to school. Price $6600.
198 acres near Crsbtree, fair buildings,
$65 per acre. Terms.
100 acres, 30 under, cultivation, good
house and barn, $3500, terms.
17 acres, 10 acres commercial orchard,
Good buildings, $6,500.
26 acres, good orchard, good buildings
paved road, price $4800. Good terms.
We have a large list of small tracts
close in, at attractive prices.
LAFLAR & LAFLAR
406 7 Oregin Bldg.
$1500 COTTAGE AND 8 LOTS ON
Fairmount hill. Easy terms. '!
A. C. BOHRN8TEDT-
407 Masonic Temple j ' Salem, Ore.
6 room bungalow on N. Cottage. $3800;
$1000 cash, balance rood terms.
5 rooms, 2 lots, all kinds of fruit and
berries. $2100, terms.
5 room bnngalow on 16th street. $4200
5 rooms modern on N. Commercial
$2000; terms $800 cash.
6 rooms, modern, on S 24th St. $5500,
6 rooms, 2 lots at 2355 S. Commercial
LAFLAR & LAFLAR
406 7 Oregon Bldg.
FOR SALE OX SOLDIER LOAN" PLAN,
unimproved tracts close in. Socolofsky,
MORE SALEM HOUSES
Some dandy farm and orchard trades
Chas. W. Niemeyer
"Just Real Estate"
215 218 Mssonie Temple, Phones 1000
312 acres of good timber, will trade for
a good prune or berry ranch; will pay
the difference in rash.
3 acres in bearing fruit with new 6
room bungalow; water system, bath
and toilet; outbuilding's. A fine view
overlooking; city. Price 85000; half
6 room bungalow, strictly modern, nearly
new; 3 blocks to car line. A fine borne,
price $4000: $500 will handle.
MILLS & COPLEY
Realtors 8314 State St.
Dairy farm, 180 acres, close to psved
highway, 845 per acre or take small
tract, part pay. 40 acre improved.
$1800. trade for borne in Salem. Have
a new bunjalow for 8950. Apart
ment house, good income, price right
40 acre fruit ranch, take nouae part
pay. Choice tot for sale F. L. Wood
F. L. WOOD
S41 State Street
NEW YORK, Nov. 4. Evapor
ated apples, nominal. Prunes,
tead Peaches fanleL
sieaay. teacnes, quiet.
Notice Is hereby given that a
road district meeting will he held
at Central Howell school hous n
Road District No. S9 In Marion
County. Orepon, on Saturday, the
oth day of November, 1921. at 1
o'clock p. m.. for the purposw ol
levying an additional tax for road
purposes ia said district.
W. M IU'cllEY.
Notice is hereby given that a
road district meeting will be held
at Uelle Pass! school house in Road
District No. 8 in Marion' county.
Oregon on Saturday the 5th day
of November, 1921, at 2 o'clock
p. m. for the purpose of levying
an additional tax for road pur
poses in said district.
W. M. BUSHEY.
AND CREAM WANTED
Marion Creamery & Product
Salem. Oregon Phone 2488
I SALEM MARKETS
Prices quoted are wholessle snd pric
es received by farmers. No retail pricea
Wheat, sacked, 82c.
Oats, milling, net, 40a.
Oats, feed, 35e.
Vetch and oat hay, 81.
Clover Hay, $10.
Mill run lill feed, 824,
Eggs, Butter and Butterfat
Eggs 46c Hi 47c.
Creamery butter, 49c
Hens, light, 16c.
Hens, heavy, 22c.
Chickens, spring, 22c.
Rooster, old, 6e t lOe.
Pork. Mutton and Beef
Hogs, $9.50 (tf $9.75,
Top Veal, 11c to 12c.
Pork, dressed 11c 0 12c.
Steers, 4c BVsa-
Tokay grapes 10c.
Baaanaa, 9 He.
Oranges, $7.50 $8.
Florida grape fruit, $8.
California grape fruit, 6.
Washington cranberries, box, $5.50,
Sweot potatoes. 4 Vie.
Potatoes, f l 80.
California tomatoes, lug, $3.
Bell peppers, lb., lie.
Oregon onions $3.75.
Head lettuce. 75c.
Dates, Figs, Honey
2ates. lie. '
Comb bosey, esse, $8. no
Cocoanuts, doten, $1.83.
Grade Crossing Safety
Is Urged by Mr. Buchtel
The alarming frequency of fa
tal accidents at grade crossings
of highways and railroads in Or
egon has caused Fred G. Buchtel,
member of the public service com
mission, to address letters to all
county Judges of the state and to
the railroad companies requesting
their co-operation to tbe fullest
extent in elimination of danger.
One suggestion of Mr. Buchtel
is that the highways retain a
standard width of 16 feet of im
proved road at crossings, instead
of being narrowed down, as is
Care by road supervisors that
brush and other obstructions to
the view be kept out of the way,
hand a recommendation that tbe
railroads Tlag all crossings when
cars are spotted near them, are
other features of the letters. Mr.
Buchtel encloses a circular illus
trating and explaining the oper
ation of various types of warning
signals, a circular that was de
vised by hint more than a? year
ago and which carries the caption
"Make Every Day a Safety Day
Company F Admitted to
Company F, ot Sa'em, Oregon
national guard, will enter the Pa
cific Northwest Amateur Athletic
association, according to instruc
tions from the major gen
eral's office. Captain L. A.
Milner, regimental sergeant 162nd
infantry, who visited Salem a few
days ago, has made arrangements
by which the Salem company is
officially part of the athletic as
sociation. A smoker of members of the as
sociation will be held in Portland
December 1 and it is the intention
of the Salem company to send sev
eral of its best boxers to take part
in the evening's program.
Later in the month, as a mat
ter of reciprocity, it Is understood
thafthe Salem company wil! give
a smoker to which will be invited
members of the Portland and sev
eral of Ita beRt boxers-
Tickets on sale November 4 to 12 inclusive.
Return limit November 14, 1921
For further information call
60LF COURSE IS
President Farrar of Country
Cl4 Tells of Recent
Ths IQihee Country club now
bas the ideal nine hole golf coura j
of the northwest, according to
John H.j Farrar. president. lie
bases thifs on the fact that thajto
cation ofSthe coarse Is ideal with
its fine drainage, so essential for
a course In the northwest vthera
there is playing during: the enttre
"Seven; grass greens have been
needed this year Mr. Farrar said,
"and will be ready tor playing by
next sprng. Then it is the In
tention &f the club to seed two
more greens next spring." a
Credit; is given Dr. H. II Ollng
er, chairman of the greens com
mittee, tbr bis untiring efforts fn
making the course one of the fin
est in the northwest.
Mr. Fftrrar says that a Crals
driving machine has been pur
chased and will be ready for ue
within s few days. It can be
used either in the club house or
out-doori. The machine is an In
vention by which those who wish .
to practice driving may do so. A '
ball is attached, and a register
shows the force with which it t
driven at each stroke. The mem
bership Of the llllhee ccuntr
club is nbw about 200, Mr. Farrar
nrsnAfn axd wife white.
Mr. and Mrs. James carton,
Columbus. N. M., sign a letter
aying. iWe have both .concluded
vet shall! never be without Foley
Cathartic Tablets and -we bellevo.
them to be essential to good
health." They keep the stomach
r.weet. liver active ana- ooweia
regular, j They banish constipa
tion, biliousness, sick headache,
bloating' sour stomach. 5ason
stomach bad breath, coated
tongue. iNot'habit forming. Sold
everywhere Adv., !
Brooks! Will Ship 100
Cars of Onion Products
Brooks, tbe shipping point of
the Lake Lablsh country, will
handle more than 100 cars. of
onions or a total ot 1500 tons
this season. Most of the ship
ments will go through Portland
to eastern markets.
There is a light yield of onions
on account of the ravages of the
onion maggot, and the heavy de
mand indicates that the market
situation" will be altogether dif
ferent tian It was last yeat.when
many celrs ot onions were dumped
because there was no demand for
them, j t
Starting at $1.75 a hundred.
onions have gone up till they ars
now bringing $3.50 at Brooks,
and some shipments are bringing
$C a hundred in tbe east V -
Fisher's Laying Mash
This great feed for
hens; certainly brings the
eggsi It is a properly
balanced feed and when
Special Scratch Feed
contains the elements to
make both the white and
yolk of the egg. You can
increase your egg pro
duction from 25 to 50
by feeding the above.
And the price is less than
have a most corn
stock of poultry
and supplies, reme
tonics. lice killers,
Also,, complete stock
(whole and ground
grains ana our price is
lowest in the city,
D, A. White &
Phone 160. 255 State St.
on or address