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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON -'
Wednesday! morning, November 9, 1921
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Ir Insertion - ,.
Jt nreo Insertions
in contract, per mo l5e
flit- 5" eont,,'-. PW mo... 12c
iiinimum for say advertisement, 23c
; : NORWICH IJNIOJI
riRB INSTJItANCH BOCIKTT
ttcMopt Ageat 871 Bute St.
MONEY TO LOAN
T. K. FORD
,0 Ladd A Both Bank)
WANS- REAL ESTATE
7 '" nitblBfW have the money
ts loen -Py b,ck Jik, Wil5onf
farm Ml titj property li.tt ere com
plete. At us firei.
fXI 7 Oregon Bldg. ' l'bon 1644
WANTED TO BUY OR REST A MOD
ero home or bungalow with tome
'ground, fmJt. et. Have Mode! N
L. lPobHe, a beauty; will trade aa
' Brt mtmnit la
Aldnii L, K. LeOarie, 1008 E'. 31t
f isortn, i-ortland. Ore.
PHONIC 847 NOW POR YOUR ' FIRE
ineurance with the MeMinnrille Co,
J-ow coat, aound, and no aiiaeaanienta.
ntandler U ru At u.,.k n.nir
PALL AND WINTER APPLES BALD
- rin, Coot Rlrer, Jonathan, Spy,
fcpitienberf. Rom Beanty and othera.
boxea asaorted for f 4.50, . delivered.
Ward K. Richardson, Phone 404.
FCTl 8ALE POTATOES, $2 A SACK.
Hay, fl3 per ton. Phone 1091 4.
i Inch slab and mill v.ood,
. . $3.50 . per " load. Iry planer wood,
13.50 per load. Tracy Wood Co.
r HOUSE FOR RENT CALL 1930 N.
1- MAXWELL TOURING CAR A BAR-
aam. vmy etau. mono, ir is.
CHIROPRACTORS DR. R. P. AND
; Pearl M. Bradford, graduatea and pott
: gradnatea of the first chartered school
of Chiropractor in the world. Ten
years in practice. . Phone 520. Rooms
818-319-820 Oregon Bldg.
1IOR BALE AT A BARGAIN, FIVE
room horse with two .lots. We are
asking fliuo. look it otct and tell
va what yon will giro. Kroeger, 209
' Oregon Bldg.
SACRIFICE SALE 127 ACRE8 FIN
et.t and beat improved land in Waldo
Hills, miles . to railway station;
close to school and church. New barn
about 38x70 with 20 foot pests. Grain
elevator with cement bina inside. Ce
'. went silo, new "modern forr room cot
tage, water system, woven wire fence.
Grain, hay, live stork machinery and
equipment valued at over 93.000. All
s for only $17,0()i on reasonable terms.
A. C. Bohrnstedt, 407 Maaonic Temple,
Kalora, Oregon. . .-i
i - . ...
FOR SALE 1B16 FORD TOURING CAR
; in good condition, at bargain. Dr.
Fuller at 428 Church atreet, 461-R.
DON'T BE MISLED WE MAKE NEW
0 1mttreses to,jorder. . Wo make over
oia oiairesaca sua. (uinnirv savisiaa-
tion. ' We do carpet cleaning. Utto
Zwicket, , rrhone 1154 -
MR, RENTER ;WE HAVE A' HOUSE,
for, awls today that even you wouldn't
kick on. At cost aud on terms. lo
,'you like a fnrnare, cement basement,
batb. hot water, plaaten Dntch kitch
j en, large living room, lota of win
t: dowa, ivory and white finish, fireplace,
w pavement, cement . walks and f ine
i residence district. All these and iro
f. mediate posaeaaion.- Price over all
t i3,300.- " Two other bungalowa, both
t 6 room, for $3,000 and- $3,800 with
.'bet water furnace. Immediate poa
a aeasion on one. Let u ahow you a few
liousea that must ae'l cheap. Hfcke
A HendHcka, 203 U. S. Bank Bldg.
f Phono 101. - t
LET THE WARDROBE TAKE CARE
of your clothes. 179 South, High.
FOR SALE OR RENT 5 ROOM HOUSE
v cloo in. Phone 1265-J.
10 ACRES. WITH BUILDINGS ON GOOD
road close to Sa!em, $3,500 and your
ratal loan will buy. Becke Hen-
drirka. 205 U. S. Bank Bid j.
FOR SALE SMALL RANGE, NEARLY
new.. Phone 952-J.
IXK RENT TWO THREE ROOM
' ' apsrtments and garage, 411 K. Summer
V atreet.- Also one 8 room, 1 two room
- and one 1 room furnished apartment.
' Phone 630. ' t
- . To. Exchange
18 acre' at Hubbard, 2 blocks from
"paved highwaV; has fine modern tm-
provewente, -7 acres of berries. The
V land ia fine onion land and a bargain
i at f 50QO. . Will take boose in Sa-
lent Bp to $2000. '
; 831V4 State Street
! a v-ti wiPl- It AVE CAR COVER
; f valley from Canby to Engene. Sala-
man groceries. Addreaa "A No. .23,
1 i rare btateawan.
WANTED MAN ' FOR DRY GOODS ;
must har experieneo And eorao well
recommended. Addrei .' "A No. 11,
f 0 rare Statesman. v ,:
! wavri-iv.vvFwnr.TTn YOUNG MAN
k ' " " - ' , - .
.vho hu bad xperiact seumv m
w - t j ia f nar
. insurance, a lock a or ndrertiaing. Must
bo able to devote his entire time and
, Lit: , J n ,ln!
have the courage to present buaineaa
' nhopoattion, to merchants ana proies
i tonal men. Answer in your own hand-
writing atating age, educational qual
ifications, experience a solicitor, ete.
Addreaa "I-No. 81," Stateeman office.
i . m i - - :..
. I i - -VI 8ALZSMEH WANTED
7 MILES PER GALLON MADE WITH
:', new patented gasoline vaporiser.
Write for partienlara. Stranaky Vap
4 Winer Co, Pukwana, 8. D. ;
; MAXE AMD TEMAU
1 "WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
tako farm- paper aubacriptiona. A good
f propoHition to the right people. Addreaa
the Pacific Homestead, Statesman Bldg.
I Halem, Ore. ' -
Racial SCALP TREATMENTS, VIO
; let ray: manicuring, shampooing. Or
econ Bath Houso.) Phone 540.
ntnnv i-r III TKI.I. LIFE'S
tlorr. - end blrthdat" and dim fr
v trial rfadiug. fcddy. westport ot.
,i 3 A Kaosaa Citv, Mwnonri.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY ' MEN'S
t fttrgishing store, tow paying bon'mm.
' Abont $15,000 rash will buy. R. A.
Mnhnev. 2-f-rnn- King.
FX'R SALE FEMALE CANARIES 5hs
7 1030 L'heineketa tit.
7 ASM FATES
IT YOU WAST TO GET THE "BEST
arm paper, eend 15c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem, Oregon, for three
trial subscription. Mention thia ad.
"ALADDIS READY CUT HOC8KS"
ao percent saved in cost of contrne
'" Chaa. P. Smith, factory repres
entative, 620 Kcrthweat Bank B'.Ug.
FOR 8ALE DirROC JERSEY SOW
and pigs. J. V. Atpinwall, Brooke,
Oreeon. Phone 35F12.
?OR SALE GENTLE 'JERSEY COW
)UMt lreah, good milkri. ?4j. I'tione
18K2. Noon or evenings.
APPLES DELIVERED. PHONE 4-F-2.
OMKR PIPKLE8S FLKNACE FOR
aale, cheap. 1311 Court Street.
FOR 8ALE POTATOES AT 8303 N.
4 th atreet.
POR 8 ALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10
eenta bundle. Circulation department,
OA80LIKE A.ND OIL TANKS
from the largeat to amalleat. U. A.
- Weatacott, factory repreaenUtire. 664
B. 12th Su Pbona 1602 J.
FULLER BRUSHES FOR DEMON
' atrationa. G. Grimea, S41 Mill, Phone
RAY ADDING MACHINE FOR SALE OR
trade. Practically new. l-ie $15.
What hare you. Ward K. Richardaon,
MR. BUILDER GET MY PRICES ON
oak and maple flooring, also soracins
and finishing old or new floors; all
work guaranteed. Phone 60F3. S.
THE HOUSE Or HALF A MILLION
and on bargains. We boy, aell or
exchange anything and everything in
the line of junk or second hand good.
Bee vi before you buy or tell. Stein
bock Junk Co. Remember the place.
403 N. Commercial St. Phone 523.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
An especially good selection of the songs
you have been wanting, with words and
music complete. No matter bow tnanv
ongbooki yon hare, yon should hart
thia one, containing the Oregon songs.
Prices: Single copies, 25c; 16 Vi cents
each in lota of a dorec or more; $12.50
the hundred, postpaid. Second edition
printed since September.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 S. Commercial St. Salem. Oregon
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamp for special three months'
trial tflr the best and oldest journal
in the west. The art idea and adver
tisements are of special interest ' to
the poultry breeders of the northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal, 211 Com
mercial St., Salem, Oregon.
FOR GOOD VALUE IN REAL WOOD,
Pbone Judd, 108F3.
FOR SALE 150 CORDS OF OAK
wood. C. J. Brie, Falls City, Or.
FOR SALE FIRST CLASS SECOND
'growth big fir and oak. Phone 1154.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOlfr SALE.
OLD GROWTH 16 IN. FIR. $8.50: 4
ft. second growth and ash. Phone
WOOD FOR SALE 18 INCH OLD FIR.
$8.00. 4 foot limb and old fir, $7.
Ash, $8. Second growth fir, $6.
Pbone 42F14. , , . ,
FOR SALTS BEST GRADE MILL WOOD
second growth and old fir, 4 "ft. or
18 in. Fred E. Walla, Phon 1542.
805" 8. Church.
FOR RENT MODERN APARTMENT.
Close in. Steam heat, etc. Pbone
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM APART
ment, close in at $12.50 per month.
Inquire at 410 Uivision street.
ROOM AND BOARD
YOUNG BUSINESS MAN WANTING
home. l'hone 71A-M
FOR RENT 2 SLEEPING ROOMS. 368
N. Liberty. i
FOR RENT NICE HOUSE KEEPING;
rooms. N. Cottage.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
in modern home and centrally located)
Please give nam and addreaa. E
FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOMS IN
modern borne, close in. uentiemen
preferred. 447 N. Liberty atreet.
F. L. WOOD 331 M STATE ST, REAL
FOR .RENT A CLOSE IN SEVEN
room, mostly lurnumea. . bo m-
Fleming, 841 riwte at.
OR RENT AUTO STORAGE. 337 Nj
Cottage. ' i
LOST AND FOUND
E STRAYED FROM MY PLACE SUNDAY
night one bay mare; weight 1500,
whit spot in forehead. Notify John
Isuderbeck. Phone 4ZF13.
OST SEPTEMBER 28TH FROM THE
residence of S. W. Thompson, - either
at a joke or mistake. Brown leather
bag. Finder please leave at Hotel
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER -j-
Capitol City Bedding co. Phono 19.
CRSERY' STOCK WANTED WILL
rannire small fmlts and other nurserv
stock for thia season's delivery. Let
vi know . what yon have. Ward K
Richardson, 2395 Front. I : j
WANTED EVERYTHING IX HARD
. ware and furniture. Bt price paid
THE CAPITAL It AK.IJW AKE ;
AND FURNITURE CO. i
283 N. Commercial St. Phone 9f7
WANTED TO RENT HOUSE. 4 TO 6
rooms. ' Immediate possession. Phone
BUSINESS CARDS! If
TRACY'S STORAGE GARAGE 54$
Ferry atreet. -' : I
W. C. WRIGHT, it I
AUTO TOP. UPHOLSTER? WORK
gnaranteed. " 653 South 12th. Pbopf
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
SMTTH-W ATKINS, 147 NORTH HIGH.
Fiak. -SiWerton Cord, Hood extra ply
' Everything for aoto. 1 ! J
AUTOS WEIGHED 15e, S395 ' Froirt;1
-v . .--''- .4. ! i
FOR SALE 19i: a PASSENGER
i light ear, good condition, good tires,
; $150. Merchant Delivery, 534 Ferry
WANTED 1-reilT TRUCK IX KX
! rbsne on Hudson. bfcex or Baby
i Oterland. Fred Kirkwood, Uio htale
1 street .
GARAGE AND REPAIR
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L; MILLER, 213
Center. l'hone 890.
HOFFMAN t ZOSEL TIRE REPAIR
j iag, vulcanising, rctrroding; 197 South
Commercial street, l'hone 471.
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICK. STUDE
; baker repairing. 173 South Liberty.
: Phone 88.
FAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES. AC
i eessories, oaed cars. Our work gear
anteed. 2641 Portland Road. Phone
SOUTH COMMERCIAL GARAGE- GEN
! oral repairing and overhauling. 420
i 8. Commercial St., Klem.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
AOTO ELECTRICIAN: EXPERT TROU
i ble shooting. 238 North High. Pbone
PRESTO -LITE BATTERY 8ERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
: work. Farris Bros. Phone 1803, 418
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
I South 12th. Phone 28.
J. !C. BAIR, RADIATORS. FENDERS,
Bodies repaired. 444 Ferry.
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY. HOME-
made candie, confections, cigars, bag
azinea. 1272 State.
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
! Parlor, 110 North Commercial Street,
CARPET AND RAO WE A VINO
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING, COL
omal styles and colors. xbone 84r.il.
DR. L. M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
i disease. 153 S. High St, phone 283,
CLEANING ft PRESSING
CLEANING, PRESSING DONE TO YOUR
: aatiafaction. Classy line of collara,
ties. The Toggery, 1837 StMe
BREWER DRUG CO.
SECURE MY FIGURES ON WIRING,
i Bv contract, by hour. At pre-war
prices, H. W. Hatch, phone 1744-W.
MARION POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
association ha money to loan at aix
f percent. W D. Smith, aeeretary-treaa-'':
urer. 303 Salem Bank of Commerce.
FRANK F. RICHTER NEW, SECON1V
t band furniture. 848 N Commercial
I Phon 452.
FURNITURE REPAIRED OR MADE TO
i) order. Refinisheing and upholstering
la speciality. Phone 1742. Brown and
! Groves. 1201 South Commercial St. ;
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for sale. Smith's, 301 North Commer
LEONARD HOTEL NEW MANAGE
5 ment, clean neat rooms and apartments.
I 231 N. Front St. m
CHKitRY CITY HOTEL; ROOMS 7$c
$ np; dining room in. connection, family
style. Corner High and Mate
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
company. J. O. Balch, agent, room 5.
i MrComaek Bldg. Phon 96.
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY WITH
i: Bankers' Reserve Life; G. P. Booth,
"! General Agent, phone 098-W
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
MRS. ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCESS
: Cors-t, Phone 1043 R. 891 8. 12th.
DRESSMAKING TAILORING. MRS.
i Goodwin, 445 North Commercial.
MRS. C. JEPSON
Oak, phone 929.
MRS VARTY, DESIGNER AND MAKER
' Ladiea' 8uita and Gowns. Over Mil
EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS BY THE
day. Phone 1413 J. ;
LA CLASIQUE GOWK SHOP EXCLD8
lve models. Expert designing. 3lV
MAUD SIMONS, DRESSMAKER. 1110
; Bellevn St.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer corsets to rer.
2 McCornsck Bldg. j
DRESSMAKING BY THE DAY. PHONE
645-J. Mrs. Rid. j
EDITH M. ASHLEY DRESSMAKER
1345 Broadway: 1436-J.
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCED
dresamaker. Pbone 1971-W. t
RUTH Mc ADAMS DRESSMAKER, 736
Sooth 12th. Pbone 1824-M.
HATTIE WILLIAM S-r DRESSMAKING.
248 North Cottage. Phono . 1532-W.
MESDAMES SCOTT CHA8E DRESS-
makera. 219 Stato bt. mono J.
THE ADSITTS ARE PREPARED :TO
do any and all kinda of ladies' taii
rin for old snd new customers. 332
N." 12th street. Phone 2083-R. ;
MRS. BRECKENRIDGE HEMSTITCH
iag. mail orders solicited. 175 8. 19th
Phon 174-M. t
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
chainatitrbing. pleating, buttons. S29
330 Oregon Bldg. Phon nv
MRS. C. A. GRIMM MILLINER. Fan
cy aprona, novelties and hand made
flowers. 519 Court St. j
MRS. HILDEBRAND, PLEATING 390
Knitth 34th. Pbone 798-M1.
DANCING j ,
WHITE PANCiSo ACADEMY MRS
R. L. Whit, principal. Phono 273 J
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND; WOMEN'S
hats renovated and blocked.. 495 Court
FRED BLAKE. IANDSCAPE GARDEN
er. 1S5 South Liberty. Phone 1Q31-M
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 136 8.
; Liberty street.- Pbone 25. Oldest
largest bet. ' Established 1889. )
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
. Quality work, prompt service. 1264
Broadway. Phon 16S. i
FRANKLIN LAUNER PIAXO. 26$ If.
17th. Phone 10B8-W.
GERTRUDE SMITH PIANO. SILVEB
ton, Oregon. Green eol.
MBS.llEXRY LEE PIANO. 1321 K.
Capitol. Phone 1017 W.
LAURA GRANT 4- PIANO SCHOOI
credits given. 3C6 N. High. Phone
MINNETTA VAOER5 VOCAL. DERBY
Building. Friday afternoon, Saturdty.
JESSiE F. BUSH4 TEACHER PIANO,
formerly inatractor Metropolitan Col
lege Music, Philadelphia. 1J6J South
Commercial. Pbone 88a J.
LENA BELLE TARTAR VOCAL IN
atruclion. Phono 334.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO. ?
Nortb Winter. Phone 345 J.
NELLIE Mo'LKEY STONE PIANO
373 Leslie. Phon 751 W.
ALLIE CHANDLER PIANO. 231
North Cotlcg. i Pkoo 09- U .
BEATRICE SHELTON PIANO STUDIO
34a ataroa. Phone laWW.
LILLIAN HARTSHORN PUNO. $W4
North Churcft. Phone 178
r. S. ROBEK'IS PIANO. ORGAN 7u
Hcuth Uth. Phon 770.
DAN F. LAN GEN BERG. VOCAL
Drby Bldg. Phone 3079.
LENA WATERS flANO. 1473 UlU.
Phon 1184M. i
UOlxJB 81 Vl-ES VulCE, PLaJiO. 4w
Corn tar Phon S016L
JULIA MILLS WEI GEL, PTANO, 1560
South Chorea. Pbone 1391R
LUCILE ROSS PI A.I O. ORGAN. 49
North Liborty. Pboa 1187W.
kATTlI GILBERT STRING IN STB U
caenta, 1572 Stat. Pnon 1156 B,
MISS MABLE SHEPHERD. PIANO
t lay or; dances, ail occasion. 257 N.
BERTHA JUNK DARBY. AUTHORIZED
teacher, Godowaky Progressive Series
Piano. 079 North Cottage. Phone
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MC8
ie of Chicago, Frank B. Churchill, rep
resentative. Diplomas granted. Odd
fellow's Bldg. .
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branches taught, diplomas granted.
John R. Sites, i director. 1237 Court
WENDELL HELM TUNING, REPAIR
ing. Phone 49ti.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. : Leave orders Will's
PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS; NEW,
used. J. W. Tallman, 121 S. Com'l.
SHERMAN CLAY & CO PIANOS, STEIN
waya, Duo-Art; and others. Moore
Dunn Music store. Masonic Temple.
GEO. C. WILL j PIANOS, PHONO
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and ' piano studies. Repairing phon
ographs and sewing machines. 432
DR. H. J. ANDERSEN MAGNETIC
healer. Druglesa Physician. 413 Or
egon Bldg. Pbone 165.
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
WILLAMETTE jVALLEY NURSERY
All kinds nursery stock for sale. IUe
7. Phone 105F5.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City Nur
sery Co., 426 i Oregon Bldg, phone 75.
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE NURSE
Mrs. Meitiler. Florenc Hotel. Phone
SEE PORTER IFOR PAINTS, WALL
paper snd picture framing. Good work
men. 455 Court St. Phone 435.
PAINT ! CONTRACTOES
PAINTING AND DECORATINGHIGH
class work for particular people. L. D.
Brandon, contractor. 3G5 North High,
phone 645 J. j
AUBREY H. CLARK TAINTING. PAP
erhanging, kalsomining. Work guar
anteed. Terms reasonable. Pbone
20115 J. 146 Ferry.
PAINTING AND CARPENTER WORK
by first class workman. Day or con
tract Wells, 2-09 Marion, phone
MISS GOODHfC TAKES SUBSCRIP
tions for all magazine. 251 S. 17th.
street. Pl.one 741-M.
FOR WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
announcements, see Bertolsou, printer.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private hospital. I have best of equip
ment. Phone 1959-J.
PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA PERFUME CO. Ex
tracts, toilet articles. Mrs. Moyer.
170 fcouth 23rd. Phor.e 1224.
MARGARET BURNS PUBLIC STEN
ographer. 4U8 Masonic Bldg. Phone
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 201 SA
lera Bank of Commerce Blc'g. Rates
PLUMBING i REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397 J. Shop, 137 Union
atreet. A. L. Godfrey.
NORTHWESTERN PIPE CO, WHOLE
aale and retail plumbing supplies. 219
N. Commercial. Pbone 179.
JOE'S PLUMBING SHOP SHIPPING
and Broadway. l'hone 1302. Prices
reaoonable. i If you have anything to
fix. let Joei do it.
UNION SIGN CO. SIGNS WITH KICK,
ShowcaHs that talk. 424 N. Commer
cial. Phone! 546.
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
CUTLERY GRINDING UMT1KKLLA
repairing, safety razors, etc. Stewart's
Repair Shop;, 317 Court street.
3 EX WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
paired. General shar;iening. chiirnev
yee. H8V X. 17tlr.St. phone 1418:W.
SECCJID HAND GOODS
HIGHEST PRICES. PAID FOR SECOND
heed clothing and hoes. A1m do
clean ing, pressing and repairing. Call
ami delivctj. Capital Exrbange, 342
. North Commercial. paene la8-W.
WE BUY AND SELL -SECOND HAND
gooda of all kieds, pipe fittings, har
nejia. collncs. c'lvr tad tools, and
' chain. Fred : Srhiudier, 258 Center
WILLIAM'S fcHOE SHOP 195 EOUTH
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE, RE
fuae of all kmc' removed. Cesspools
cleaned. Phone 998.
DE LUXE STUDIO SOMETHING DIF
ferent in phjkgraphy. 147 N. Com'l.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 ears experience. Depot Natxtnal
fence, sues 2B to 28 inches high,
l'a.nts. ei and varnishes, etc., logan
berry and hop hooks. Salem Fence
and Stove Works. 250 Court street.
Phone 12 4.
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR,
Jit S. High, and Ferry.
SALEM SILVERTON STAGE
O. E. Depot News Siand
7:0O am. g;i5 , ,.
11 :0O a.m. i :oo p.m.
5:00 p.m. 6:13 p in.
SALEM-IN D E PENDENCE
Leave Salem, O. E, Depot 7:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m. j;00 p.m.
I.eave Monmouth Hotel 8:15 a.m
1:00 pjn., 6:15 p m.
Leave Independence Hotel 8:30 a.m.
1:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m.
Special trips by appointment,
beven passenger car for hire.
J. W. PARKER, Prop.
Res. phone 615 Business pbone 7
LANHAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAXI -TRANSFER CO,
Liberty ft Ferry. Pbone 77. Dry
slab 16-inch wood for sale.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St., phone 933. Distributing
forwarding and atorage our apecialty.
Get our rates.
FOR SAWING WOOD CALL 1959-J.-Stine
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phone 2I4 Fisher Bros
SALEM WATER, LIGHT POWER CO.
Office, 301 South Com'l St. Ten per
cent discount on domestic flat rate
paid- in advance.. No deductions for
absence or any cause unless water is
shut off your premises.
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE OPEN
Sundsy morning 8 o'clock. American
style. llOVs North Commercial, phone
DR. O. L. SCOTT, P.S.C, CHIROPRAC
tor, 809 12 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone
7; Res. 828-R.
A. J. FOSTER PAINLESS CHIROPO
dist. Corns, bunions, ingrown naila
removed. 322 Stat Bu Patton Bik.
CORNS AND CALLOUSES REMOVED
without pain. Appliances from indi
vidual impression. Dr. Tatro, Masonic
Bldg, Pbone 442.
THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE OF ME-kano-Therspy.
Masssge, steam baths,
eU-ctrieity, medical gymnastics, V-ray,
n.edieated packa for rheumatism, run
down conditions, stomach, kidneys,
etc. Home treatments given. Drs. G.
W. snd Ruth Brown, Swedish grad
uates. Rooms, 801-2 Oregon Bldg
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL, 506
U; 8.. Bank Bldg. . r
DR. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and surgeon. Kirksville
graduate, 404-405 U. S. National Bank
Bldg. Phone's Office, 919; Res. 614.
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
rhviitian and Surgeon 403-404 Ore
govi B'.dg. Phones, Office, 1394; Res.
POMEROY ft KEENE JEWELERS AND
Optometrists. 888 8tste.
GLASSES FITTED BY DR. L. R. Bl'R
dette at the Bow Optics! Company,
:2." State Street, opposite Ladd and
UNITED SPANI8H WAR VETERANS.
Camp 3, Armory, First, Third Mondays.
A BARGAIN OF A 6 ROOM HOUSE,
modern, on N. Commercial, paved cor
ner at $2;i00. Easy terms. See Win.
Fleming, 341 Stste St.
FOR RENT 6 ROOM ftOUSE , ON N
Liberty, furnished, at $40 per month.
Square Deal Co,
VACANT LOTS WE HAVE A LARGE
list. Buy before the demand "ppears.
The Fleming Realty Co. 341 State St
FOR SALE OR TRADC USE OF THE
finest highly improved 40 acres of
beaverdam land, on two fine gravel
roada, rural route, close to school,
two miles from one town snd five
miles from' another. Has good barns
and outbcildinga, machine sheds, fair
house, fine family orchard and is well
fenced, hns 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
house in city up to $2,500 as part
payment, balance easy term. If in
tereatei"' call on or write Dr. C. H.
Schcnk, phone 1182, Derby Bldg,
MORE SALEM HOUSES
Some dandy farm and orchard trades
Chas. W, Niemeyer
"Just Real Eatate"
215-216 Masonic Temple, Phones 1000
2.500 HOUSE IX INDEPENDENCE
anc"- cash difference for good residence
here. Socolofsky, 3 41 State.
O arrea all cultivated. 2 Vt acres pmnes
and logans, new building, bun;silow;
r"k road, between Sbaw aud Aums
1'.4 acre with 9 room house. barn.
rhicken house, bearing fruit: price
$4500. Take mortgage or any good
10 acres, 9 cultivated, house, chicken
house, well; 4 mile Salem, rock road;
$3100. Yonr own terms.
1) acres bearing prunes and walnuts,
south of huleui: cheap at 8 4HKi.
J7"4 acres all cultivated, family orch
ards, bnilding, at store, church and
sehool: 5 mi e from Salem; this land
is cboiee. $6"ino.
3-4 acres on Pacific highway 5 miles
north of Sa'em, best so:l. 4'. 4 in
cherries, st'vberriea and apples:
barn, well ; mile from Haysviilc
school Only 275'. $1150 cash.
Gas aervice station, store. resiCen'-e, and
2lk acre land on paved Pacific high
way; going bttsins. complete for im
mediate sale. $7,500. ,
1 ) acre beavy loam aoil. -oltivatett.
t5 haverdara. 2 acta buildings, en
ParHfig highway mile north of Sst-
lem; priced at a Ba-rifre, $160 per
nie A worthwhile . invostmeot.
It ia to yonr benefit to see these before
Jou buy; they are right.
Realtors w 841 , State St.
NOTICE Or SALE OF 'GOVERNMENT
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, WASHING
TON, D.C, OCTOBER 20. 1921.
Nonce ia bereb- given that subject t the
conditions and limitation of the Acta
of Jon 9, 1916 (39 Stat. 218). and
June 4, 1920 (41 Stat. 758). and the
instruct iocs of the Secretary of the In
terior of toeptemtwr 15, 1917. and Juae
Z. 1920. the timber on the following
lands will be sold at 10 o'clock I in .
JKcembcr 5, 1921, at public auction at
lb United States land ofic at 1'ort
Uud. Oregon, to she highest bidder st
not less than the appraised value aa shown
by this notice, aaie to be subject to the
approval f the Secretary of th Inter -or.
The psrfhaa price, with an additional
sum of oo- fifth of on percent thereof,
being commissions allowed, must b de
poaited at - time of sale, money to be
relumed if sal is not approved, other
wise patent will issue for th timber
which mast be removed within ten years
L.d will be received from citixeas of the
United States, asaociationa of such citiz
ens and corporations ; organ isod untr
th-i laws of the United States or sry
;tc, territory or district therof on'y.
Upon application of a qualified purchaaer,
th timber -n any legal subdivision will
be effered separately before being in
cluded in snr offer of a larger unit.
T. 4 S. R, S E.. See 17, SWfc. NE14.
fir 360 M., N E Vi, NW4. fir 425 N,
NW4 NWU. lir 1050 M, SE4 NW4.
fir 1650 M, SW4 NWU, fir 750 M ,
NEV4 SE4, tir 330 M., cedar 35 M,
NWU SEV. fir 850 M.. SE SEM.
fir 1025 M cedar 95 M- hem block 30
11, SW4 SE4. t 1675 U, pine 20
M, NEW SW. fir 1550 M..
SWH, fir 1480 M, 8EV SW4. fir
1275 M, BW1 Bt, fir 475 at. Sec.
21, NEVk NEVi. fir 1330 M., cedar 180
M, hemlock 150 M, NW4, NEi, ftr
1440 MJ cedar 240 M, hemlock 290 M,
SEVi NEVi, fir 1940 M, cedar 70 M,
hemlock 270 il, SW4 XEK. fir 1880
M , cedar 60 M, hemlock 130 M, NEV
NW, fir 1810 M, cedar. 155 M
hemlock 310 M, NWVs NWVs
fir 2340 M, cedar. 50 M, hem
lock 100 M, SEVi NWi, fir 1950 M,
hemlock 20M, SWli NWH, fir 1920
M, pine 20 M. NEVi SEVi. r 2260
NW4 SE4, fir 2100 M, SEVi SEVi,
fir 1650 M, SWH SEVi, fir 1865 M,
hemlock 20 M, NEVi SWVl. fir 1840 M,
SWH SWH. ir 890O M, SEH SWH.
fir 2000 M, SWH 8W14t fir 2550 M,
cone of th fir, cedar, hemlock or pin
timber to be sold for less than $2 per
(signed) Geo R. Wickbam.
Acting tVtmmisaioaer General Land atfie
312 acres of good timber, 'will trade for
a good prune or berry ranch; will pay
the difference in cash.
3 acres in bearing fruit with new 6
room bungalow ; water system, bath
and toilet; outbuilding. A fine view
overlooking city. Trice $5000; half
6 room bungalow, strictly modern, nearly
new; S blocks to car line. A fine borne,
price $4000; $500 will handle.
MILLS & COPLEY
331 H State St.
820 sere farm, buildings, 85 seres sum
. mer fallow wheat, about 15000 cords
j of atanding fir; will consider part
trade. Price $65 per acre.
20 acre tract located on Howell prairie
on main Silverton road, all cultivated,
1 Good buildings. Price $5,250. Terms.
10 seres sll in besring fruit. 8 acres
prunes. seres logans, buildings;
I rock rose' and cloie to paved highway.
' Price , $5,000. ;
200 acre farm 6; mile from Salem, 1Q0
J acres in cultivation i about 40 acres of
fine- timber: buildings i Price $83
per acre: term.
We have some good buys in bouses snd
you ere. looking to buy, trade or sell,
see . ' i '
W. H. Grabenhorst &. Col
275 Stste Street
AS STATION - ON PACIFIC HIGHWAY
5 miles north of Salem; atore, resid
ence ; and going business; 9Vi acres
best land fronting on. pavement; sll
complete, $10250. Term. Call or se
Socelofsky.. 341 State St.
TRADE YOUR CAR FOR MY $400
building lot. Owner, j phone 217.
WE NEED MORE HOUSES PRICED TO
sell We have the. buyers. List your
property with, us today. Socolofsky,
FOR SALE 18 ROOM MODERN HOME.
fine . construction ' end can easily ' be
converted- into a good paying apart
meuti bouse. : $1500 down and good
terms on balance, price $7,500.
WINNIE PETTY JOHN
331 H State St, --. Realtor -- Phone 53 4
A REAL BUY 6 ROOM HOUSE, BATH,
toilet, garago, paved street, car line,
eoracr lot. price $2800; $1200 down,
balance $20 per month plus 6 per
cent interest. W; II. Grabenhorst k
Co, Realtor. 275 State Street.
6 rooms, good location, for $1100. H
acre, small bouse, 3 blocks to ear,
good street. Good buy for $600. Small
Good 7 room house atic'' 10 lot, fine
land, to trade for email tarra. acre
in-proved 4 miles south, trade for Sa
331 Vz State atreet
ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE; A GOOD
one. for $1200. $300 cash, rest like
arge corner lot close to school, car
line and store, at a bargain,
room mostly modern home on paved
street close to car; large lot, plenty
friHt. $2700, easy terms. Thia is s
good one for the monev.
V scant lot or lot ' for good car. We
have client waiting for homes, have
sold 4 in last 2 dav. List your
property with vi. Do not ask or
recommend exclusive listings. If you
want to sell come in and tell n about
it. We are Realtorsbut independent
and free from all men, yet servants
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
2O0 Gray Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE BY OWNER
nice improved 40-acre farm close to
Salem. I'ri e right. Phone 53F5.
Three room house and nice lot. Price
Five room house, good lot, for $1650:
S:x room house ' lsrge lot and goo
buy for $180O. terras.
For Largains See
H, L MARSTERS
LET US EXPLAIN THE NEW SYSTEM
of selling jour property. PropertS
listed not exclusive. Your propcrty
photographed. Brown. Msgee and
Bessie Snyder. Over Busick's Store.
Slate and Commercial. Phone 559.
SMALL AND LARGE FARMS. CITY
homes sod choice lots. Fire sad nut
Arthur E, Peterson
229 Oregon Bldg. a
SALE OR TRADE
10 acr gcod ImiH. lajs smooth, sandy
soil: about 15) acre elrsr. balance
brush pasture, t N'Sr'y ew sis-roe
bungalow, good! barn and out-build-"
ing. On county rbad mile and half
from town Pr-e 300. Or will
trade for hocse in Salem. 2n acre
river bottom farm, good improvements.
.', per acre. Good bnngnlow. $1250.
Choice evidence lot near State house.
$1750. " For bergain in boa-.es or
laud, see F. L. Wood. '3 41 Stat- t.
1 Special; Price $1250
4 room cottage. Wd a good one;. plst
ere ; elerrt Mghta, hot and cold
Water, bath and : toilet; barn, garage:
niire corner lot S good atreet and aide
wa'k.- Xear car line. Bargain. Some
S. R. PEARSON
210 211 Cj S. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE 5 ROOM BUNGALOW;
modern convenience, two lots. $2HM).
C. II. CANNON !
! 3311, Stat St. - Realtor Pbone S34
HALF ACRE LOTS C1XSE TO CAS
line and paved road. Price ttOO per
lot; $25 down, balance $10 per month.
W. H. Grabcnhorst Co., 215 State
FOR SALE OOOD I.tvT OX CtH'RT
street. Near 21st street. Price $R.
See Krneger. Realtor, 209 Orejon Bldg.
FOR SALE 320 ACRE FARM. 90
acres in fall wheel, balance pasture
iii-l timber. Price $65 per acre. Will
take city property or acreage in trad
cp $10.0H). W . H. Grabenhorst ft Co,
Realtors. 275 State St. U. S. Bank
RICHMOND ADDITION TWO BLOCKS
(rem school corner lot, east on south
front (lot No. 10, block No. 4) -will
aell for $300 cask, which is assesaed
valuation bat less than 50 perreat f
what it has cost me. i Sec C. L. Moo res,
Supreme Co art Bldj.
I7H sere all in cultivation, nearly level,
located H mile to city limits of Wood
burn, on pared road; 9 room house,
bath, toilet, bouse painted white,' see
and boaae 14x26, with kitchen 9x13,
one bars, 43x64. second barn 43x44,
silo in barn, garage 18x44, blacksmith
shop, wood shed, ete. All fenced and
cross fenced, good! family orchard,
bearing: land ia all tiled; 3 deep well
with water tower. - Aia ia good, deep,
black fertile soil, occupied by owner
and in good eondtitco. Price $24,500.
First payment, 15,O00.
l"a. hayford, realtor
805 Stat Street
Notice is hereby given that a
road district meeting will be held
at the Sunny:de schoolhouse In
Road District No. 27 1-2 in Mar
on county, Oregon, on Saturday,
the 12th day of November, 1921,
at 2 o'clock p. m. for the pnfpose
of levying sn additional tat for
road purposes iu said district:
W; M. BUSH BY,
Notice Is hereby given that a
road district meeting will be held
at Rock Point- Bchoolhouse in
Road District No. 70, in Marion
county, Oregon, on Saturday, the
12th day of .November, 1921, at
2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of
levying an additional tax fori road
purposes in said district. :
W. M. BUS HEY,
For Feeding Purposes
CatT ; . .
Phone 688 - .; '
I SALEM MARKETS I
Pricea quoted are wboleeate end prie
es received by farmers. , No retail price
Wheat No. 1, 86c. !
Osts, milling, net, 40,
Data, feed, 83e.
Vetch d o hay, fit.
Clover Hay, (10. '
still run itii teed, $14.
Eggs, Butter and Butterfa
Eggs, 46c f? 48c.
Creamery butter, 49e.
Hena, light, 16e; j
Hens, beavy, 22e.
Chickens, spring, 18o 20e. j
: Roosters, old, S O 10c.
Turkeys, live, 35c fp 37c. I
Turkey, tlressed, 43e (ij 47cj
Pork. Mutton end Beef j
Hogs, $9.50 & $9.75.
Lambs, 6c- - j'
Top veal. 12c 0 12',4e.
Pork, dressed lie Q 12c.
Steers, 4e Q oft.
- Tokay gTPe loo.
Oranges, $7 : $7.50.
Florida grape fruit, $8.
California grape fruit, $6.
Washington cranberries, box, $5.50.
Sweet potatoes, tt.
California tomatoes, lug, $3.
Cu combers, $1 35.
Bell peppers, lb., lie.
Oregon onions $3.75.
Head Tettuc. 75c.
Beets, $2 50.
DaUt, Flgm, Hoary
Comb boney, eaae. $8. 0ft
CoeAannt. foxes, $1.85-
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Wr-v TnCllAMBasANBs, A
loatawl Ak 7
si i a mr wui
riila k Bed aa )M aMl
bM, easM tts Bta KftiSia,
Tmkm m ashcK. II w a ei
pvvcwM. A, if Sw C 1 1 1-f rfya-Trnr 1
&1AMN M RANIS riLLe sw S4
SOLD BT DRUGGISTS ETBYWiLEf
! . ' i
Monthly school report (Sards
each . 1c
Yearly school report books,
each , .2 Mc
Manila envelopes for either,
Teachers' examination ques
tions for one year certifi
cate, each ......... 30c
Western Son gent er; a splen
did sons; book . for school.
Institute or community sing
ing, each . ......... I 25c
Per dosen ...... . . . . .- $2
Per 100 ..$312.50
ay of the aboT supplies
wlH be shipped same day as
order Is roceived.
School annuals and diplo
mas prthted lfl 8"taoroughIy
first class maocQ,..-,.
: MONTHLY :
SIS South OmraerciaU 8C
-. , I 5Ieu Oreoai -;f:
Allele OarrlHJB,a New taaw ef
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
CHAPTER 2 H !
THE WAY MRS. DVRKEE IMP
PISH LY CONTRIVED TO EM
BARRASS MADGE. s
''.' . "1 ' 1 ' - i i '
It Is impossible to subdue Ht
tlt Mrs. i Dnrkeo very long;, etren
by the roost drastic methods. (The
car had hot proceeded more than
two blocks down the shaded! vil
lage street before she exclaimel
gayly: ;"- " - -
"Wellj I ruess Alt andWcky
wouldn't feel so smart with their
old car if they could tee us now!
This has! theirs beaten to atare-you-well
Selfish boys, thry
haven't taken tne oat. for a week."
"Howiconld they,-when the car
Is laid up for repair?" I tsk?d.
turn'ng my head with an aatou
ished look at Iter. As 1 did so I
intercepted a , look from Ul'lnn'e
eyes to those of my little neigh
bor, which held a distinct waru
ing fdeam- But Her Fltttfinesi
wat in a perverse mood, and lr
nord both look and warning with
"That's all you know about It."
she declared ' merrily . "If . yow .
will go and break your bones so
that yoii're laid up In the houre
you can't expect to keep up with
all the latest rews. That liar
hasn't bea in the repair shop for
tour days, and every blessed one
of the four. Alt and Dicky have
railed off tOjtown rn It as alee as
vou please. And they never came
home In time to give me a tide.
Hut I'll bet the Fairfa will
have to get new motoring veil.
soon, for their old ones will be in
tatters from constant nas.
Tell-Tale Hands. '
I turned back from the tonnes u
onickly that mr mischlerons lit
tle neighbor might not catch the
look of dismay which I knew had
leaped Into my eves at her care
less chatter. As 1 did so my eye
were caught and held "bv the car
ious Took of MaJ. - Orantland'a
hands upon the steering wheel.
They were gripping, it o tightly
that the veins upon them stood
out like knotted corda. : -Now
t know: Just enda-h aboit
motoring to .have heard .over and
over aga'.n the hssertlon hst the
skillful driver ne-sda onlv a fin
ger's weight upon bis .wheel for
the guidance ef h's cr except -in
erpecially ''aklddy'V-road. MaJ.
Grantland Is a drIVer yleld'ng to
np' one' 1n motor driving knowl
tlge. t Some sudden ; emotion
must have caused itbat sud
den. tense '- gripoing ; bt tU
wheel, and the wild fsner aeied
me that Jn sone wa It waa con
nected with little; Mra.' Putkee,"!
WOrdS. t;..h:;iv-'.--Vr ''f ."N
The next moment' I, hcored my
tef fhamljr for the nonsensical
Idea, reminding? myae-lt grimly
that because her gorslpy chatter j
had had the power tritpet mr y
poise I need, not Imagine) that
MaJ. Grantlani was a:eo arfecffd
by it drt had divined my uneasl-1
nesa. , j i . V ::, .'
- )''' i ' ' "" '' "i "'. " " ; !' . i l
Reassuring Words. - . ,
V , - s i . :.. ' ; . i ; -
For dtatlnctly uneasy, absurd' J
unhappy was t at the picture lit
le Mr Dnrkee .bad- intentional
ly or not. flashed qpon my mental
screenj That Alfred Unrfcee w$
mating the roost lavish u- Of
the re r (owned Jointly! by i Dicky
nod himself in order to ! make
nleasant the summer evenings for
his pretty fiancee.. Leila Fair!ax.
f d'.d hot doubt nor resent; But
that Dlcsy and tella'a alswr. Ed
th, the girl whom 1 knew atill
cherished a hopeless affection for
my hurband, should , also have
been n joying t ho car while 1
was unable; to' leave my room
because of my fractured rib was
a little too much. I clench?d my
flpts In sudden, hot anger ; at my
husband, whose defect on from
rny a'.ck room after, the first two
nr three days of devoted tender
Less I was beginning to cpmpre
hend. -. ? . -Pleas-
The words came tensely from
the man at my aide, uttered In to
low a tone 'that I : knew tieither
of the women in ' the tonneau
could hear it. Then . he! bent
slightly toward me, steering with
one hand almost on,e inger..and
pointing across me as if to call
my attention to some glorious
masses of gladioli in a garden we
were passing. , I koew that It
was only a subterfuge even as n
peized the opportunity to say al
most in my ear: t ,
"It probably Isn't true. It true,
It isn't worth worrying over."
"What are you two whispering
about?" little Mrs. Dnrkee chat-
lenged. "Juat wait till I tell
Dicky about you. But perhaps
he's got artalrt of hla own on
hand You'd better ' look out.
Madge. Alf says Edith has come
back ! from her trip prettier than
ever.t I ;. I '
Ma J- Grantland was not enough
accustomed to feminine badinage
to turn the acctiRat on off grace
fullyj He rushed into the breach
clumsily, earnestly. his every
word a palpable falsehood .
I was calling Mrs, Grahams
attention to these wonderful glad
ioli," he said stiffly. 1
"Oh, yes, I saw thera!" my lit
tle neighbor returned, a ,atifled
laugh In her tone.. ' And then,
whether under coercion, from Lil
lian or from her owa volition, she
was silent for fully 10 minutes
while the car rolled along the
grinding' boulevard leading to the :
$hore. 1 . ,
- We passed many- ears, some of
he occupant of which we knew.
Treentlv mtle Mrt. Durkee ut
tered a little-scream of surprise.
"lok-look'V V- she called,
po'nt'ng to a f.cmi toward
its. "If there aren't-Pick anl
Alf and the Kairfat glrs ni cat
vnw sksvw'fatt tacbatLs!:- tj. h T I
f To lie conttnu d 1
Many of your life 'mistake
have been made In conversation
by '"stepping on the gas" when
yon ought to have used the brake.