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THE OREGON STATESMAN, &ALEM, OREGON
l ie insertion , .
Oao Week aU inwrtiwi.) r 8e
Ob Month r-. , ?f.f
8fac month' "contract, per mo15e
13 ' months' contract, per sno...l2e
Misknum, fos, any advertisement, 25e
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TbJelaoai, JUJtedL . Baixhrflt
ttofcltnt Aetr - MIXGtMf St,
. it On RsaJEatau
II T. K. FORD
(Otst Ladd A Bull Bank)
LOANS REAL ESTATE
" II " 'INSURANCE' "
Wa UsurwasTyrblar---W bv the aaonay
U loanPay; back' lik rent Oar
farm , sad city provriy list ' arc , eoia-
pWt. aW -f rrat. ' - - -LATLAS
Orrrmr HMr -Phone 1644
,1 NEW. TODAY
A BKAL BUY 8 ROOM MODERN
bungalow, fine cement bueroent, fur-
i oe, j garage, liars, eae -rfeont; . on
block 'of land 'in bear in applet and
barriea, PrieaS -97110, J40 down,
balance 9500 every month pin 6
1 percent ; latere. ' Located Just oat-
( city limits, south. W. H.
Urabenhorst ft Co, Realtor, 275
Stat -tfi, Ik aV-BH Bldg.
WASTED BUSINESS PROPERTY IK
exchange for farm property.
10 axTea.ewtth roora house, KOod bam,
two wells, 2 acre Jogtns, one act wal
nut. Tarioas f ra it; on pavel road
close in. Good property to u ; in one
. or. more acre traeti, " Serf or take
trade. 99,000. Liston ft Darby, 4s4
WASTED YOUNG MAS GOING; TO
,. school wsnfh Blare, to W0k 'or toom
and board. Addreas "A No. 12,"
ear Statesman, r phone 57-
WOBTH THE MONEY --'GOD SIX
room house located on paved street
aifcl ear line, cement walks and garage.
i-ieo ' -4iiHj; terms w. : n. lirabea
hejrat ft Co, 275 State St.
REJUVENATE -YOUR TIRFjr AND- KER-
Tona " body by a acientifie" maasage.
Heme treatments. Be I ma Willing, Or-
TOR 8ALS 6 ROOM MODERN rBUN
: galaw. .furnace, . fireplace, . hardwood
fwors,': -garaga. 9i,0U. - , J.-..-
a room modern, bungalow, fireplace, ot
err conTenience. 94.500. '
The ar sttrsctiT bungalows, priced
rigni ana en n Dougut on ay
. terms. - .,-.-, t s . :
( f WI2CNIE PETTYJOHN
981 U Cute St. Sealtor .wphoa 534
LOST K OF P WATCH CHARM WITH
initials W.I. 8. on--bck. Reward for
rotarn to W, L Jtaiey,: 37-1 . Sanr-
WAKTEIX ; TO BC Y 1 -rf FRESH COW ;
smut be good milker. Phone 1776-J
WE ' ARB- RBALTOR8 LIST-WITH-CS
tor results. Kraeger, 209 Oregon
POR iREXT FURNISHED FIVE ROOM
bungalow, , modern, . with .garage,
Phone 991-Ja.. a. 1 i "
YOU IWILU FIND IT ADVANTAGEOUS
to ret the McMinarill Cot's fir rat
befer 'raaewiag that nest inasraac
policy. - Htandley Foley, Agts,
v Boan Bans: Btdg. mono 847.
GRADE EWES HAMPSHIRE AND
' I.ineoln. to lease to rtuwoaeibl tarties
Mm. Jessie C. Jones, GerTaia, Oregon.
x-non aria, eaiem.
SECOND GROWTH FIR CUT AUGUST
limited quantity. 95.95 cord delivered.
Moat order week ahead. Phone 108F8.
FOR t BALE APEX ELECTRIS WASH
Ing machine. Good a new. 9100. V.
. ' Parceu, 142 Court Street.
FOR 1 RENT SIX ROOM HOUSE, 11
block soath of Both' a bank. Ranter
to buy furniture at 9335, - Will give
option to buy house. S. A. Mohney,
20", vregoa . Bldg. ,i 3
FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING 449 N
High. Mrs ReM.- -. ; "
BIG FIR, SECOND OROWTH OAK
a a taroody phoao. i77r2. w :
FOB) BALE NICE SIX ROOM UOU8E
iarg m, who iruu sua orrrlea : cios
to . ear. Prieor 81SOO, term. - '
Brand- new bnnralrtmr.- II iNwktna 'm nvt
' street. 83(M cash, balance like rent.
.We have good garsgo building that is
now bringing rood money, .close in. If
interested in ear -of these ell at 312
Gray Bldg . , . v
i iiH. l:cmarsterss
Pbpn 907. , " ,
Style and service,1.-
FOR I RENT 5 ROOM "HOUSE, FUR
nished. closa in at $35 per month. 5
room bouse, well located, at 935 per
month, fnrnkjhed. -Jt j 0 VV.f
' y . &uaresDelJCo(
M VAhN 47ivj ;i ti.
BAR6AIN $3,750 BUYS THIS 6 ROOM
plastered bunaslow, ' with . fall 4 base
ment, laundry trsys, Uring 'room, din
in; room,. 8 bedrooms, kit then, bath,
toilet, large porch, gas, electric light,
f irep laeejroomw wewly' papered .- and
newly painted outside. " Gsrsge, cem
ent walks, psved street. Lot 60x150.
Sea t . -
805 Stst St
ii Worth WhHe
Fine j aomo elos in, 94000. ' ,
6 room bungalow, 9 1 650, ,9600- cash.
40 sore near Salem, well ' improved,
910,600. ' .
117 acre with good buildings, 94750.
147 acre farm... well ieoa ted. . close to
rairoal station . good kaildiag. - Price
10 acre with T acre in fruit, to trad
for city property. ( Price only 92650.
40 acres S miles from Salem to trade
lor talent, property.
unv, stt st.
IVANTl WORK, -HAYB 'JCAR - COVER
vaney irom wsnoy vo x.ugene. Bsies
man grocwies. 'Address "A No. 28,"
care .Ststeamnu i j.f-,. V'-i?
WANTED-CNERemO YOUNG MAN
I who ' has bad experience selling life
iDauraace, ihkii or aflvertuing. jnust
b iabl t devote his a tiro time and
bo ambltkma for advancement. . Must
hsvm the eoaragw .to present baainees
pbopoiition i to , merchanta, and i prefes-i
sioaal smb. ' Answer to rovr own hand
WTitmg (Uting age, educational qual
if icationv wxperirace - solicitor, eie.
Addrei I-No. 81." Statesman Mffic '
t MALE AND FXUAXB
VANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
take farm paper nbseriptiena. A toad
propesitioa to the right people. Address
,4 the Pacific Uomestead, Eutesmaa Bldg.
" Salem, Ore. -
h PERSONAL, r,..
A CI AL SCALP- TREATMENTS, VIO
let nV ""iewieg, shampooing. Or
go Bsthr House. Phone 640. ,
-TlLOOY STARS TELIi LIFE'S
story. god birthdate and dime for
SA Kidim (Jity, Missoari. . , r ..
FOR -SALE trrl
FOB SAM? FEMALE CANARIES 50c
' for short time o-nry. Phone 1280.
K 1030 t'bemek eta 8t.
IP Y0UWAJT T GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 15e to the 1 Pacific
Ha alaad,- Balm, Oregon, for a three
trial subscription. Mention this ad. !
"ALADDIN READY CCT HOUSES"--
30 percent saved in cost of construe;
tioa. -Cha. T. .Smith, factory .represi
entative, 620 Northweat Bank Bid.
APPLES DELIVERED. PHONE 4 F-2.
FOR 8Al4E-POTAT0E8, $3 A SACK.
Jly, .$13 pet ton. Phone 109 W.
FOR SALE SMALL RANGE, NEARLY
new. " Thone 852-J.
FOR' SALE POTATOES AT 2305 N.
POB SALE OLD IfEWSPAPERS, 10
ceais a nnnaie. cirenjation aepartment,
Oregon Statesman. , ,
6AE0LINE AKI -Ollr TANKS
, from the larceat ta smallest, L. A.
Weatarott, fsttorr repret enutite. 864
a 12th St,-bn 10U3-J.
FULLER BRUSHES . POR DEMON
sttations. O. Griaa,' 541 Mill, Phone
CABBAGE FOR" KRAUT, SUUli, leELL
tranmed. Wl per hundred, delivered.
Ward K. Richardson, phono 494.
Ma BUILDER GET MY PRICES ON
oak and maple flooring, also surfacing
ana tinianing old or new floors; all
work guaranteed. Phone C0i'3. S.
THE HOUSE OF HALF A MILLION
and one bargain. W buy, sell or
exchange anything and everything . in
the line of iaak or second hand good.
See ns before you boy or sell. Klein
bock Jnnk Co. Remember to place.
402 N. Commercial St. Phono 623.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
An especially good selection of the songs
you have been wanting, with wosjls and
masie ;e-apletr- No matter how many
son g books .you have, yon should have
this one, containing the Oregon songs.
Prices : Single copies, ;2Se; 16 rents
each in lota of a doves or more; 912.50
the hundred,, postpaid. Second edition
' nrinted since September.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
218)8. Commercial St. Salem, Oregon
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps -for. special three months'
trial for the pest and oldest journal
'in the west..- The articles and. adver
tisements -are of special interest to
. the poultry breeders of the northwest.
' Northwest Poultry Journal, 211 Com
mercisl St., Salem, Oregon.
FOR GOOD VALUE IN - REAL WOOD.
Phone Jadd, 108F3. '
FOR SALE FIRST CLASS SECOND
i ' growth big fir and oak. Phone 1154.
OLD GROWTH 16 IN. FIR, 98.50: 4
ft. second growth end issh. Phone
1467. ' , -
WOOD FOR SALE .Id INCH OLD FIB.
aio.uo. root irrno ana - oio iir,
Ash, 98. Second growth fir, ! 86
16, JNCH . SLAB AND MILL . WOOD,
, '$$.50 per load. Dry planer wood
i $3.50 per load. Tracy Wood Co.
: Phone 520.
FOB SALB BE8T GRADE MILL WOOD
Second growth and old fir, 4 ft. or
1 in. Fred E. Weils, Phone 1542.
805 8. Church.
FOla RENT FIVE ROOf APART.
lent, elose in st 912.50 per month.
inquire si u uivigion street.
ROOM AND BOARD
YOUNG .BUSINESS MAN WANTING
name. rnone iio-ai.
FOR RENT 2 SLEEPING ROOMS. 368
S, Liberty. V . - ,
FOB RENT NICE - HOUSE KEEPING
. rooms, 696 N. Cottage.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR OENTLEMAN
in modern home and centrally located.
Please giro .name and address, i B
FURNISHED SLEEPINO ROOMS IN
modern Aomo, elose in. Gentlemen
preferred. 447 N. Liberty treet. '
IIOU8E FOR RENT CALL 1930 N.
F. U WOOD 331 STATE ST, REAL
estate, rental. -i - -
FOR I RENT A CLOSE IN SEVEN
room, mostly furnished. See Wm.
Fleming, 341 State St.
j I LOST AND . FOUND
E STRAYED FROM MY PLACE SUNDAY
night one bay mare; weight 1500,
white spot in forehead. Notify John
Landerbeck. Phone 42F13.
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER
Capitol City Bedding Co. Phone 19,
WANTED -i EVERYTHING JN. HARD
ware and furniture. Best price paid
- THE CAPITAL- HARDWARE i
AND FURNITURE CO,
285 X. Commercial St. Phono, 947
WANTED TO RENT HOUSE. 4 TO 6
rooms. Immediate possession. Phone
1118-M. . -...)
TRACY'S STORAGE GARAGE
j W.C. WR
AUTO TOP, UPHOLSTERY WORK
f guaranteed. 653 South 12th. Phone
i 1126. .'it- ' , i - i - i.
i TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
SMITH-W ATKINS, 147 NORTH HIGH,!
Fklr. -, ISilntrtAB rUL IIvsil. T(r& nlvl
tire.s E'rery thing tor ante. i
AUTOS WEIGHED 1 5e. " 2895' Front
USED CARS .
FOR SALE 191V 9 PASSENGER
light car, good oeadUion, good . tires,
9150. Merchanta Delivery. 654 Ferry
WANTED - LIGHT : TRUCK. IX EX-
chane on " Hudson," Essex or Baby
Overland. , Fred Kirkwood, 346 State
street. - --.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU
bk shooting,; t8 North High, Phene
20$, . . - - ;r - IJ.l'l;t j
PRESTO - LITE "BATTERY ' SERVICE
st-rtion. Expert 'battery and electrical
; work. , Farrig Bros. Pbou 18Q3, 418
Vtfer BUSINESS- CARDS
G ABASE AND REPAIR
Ay TO REPAIR SHOP Lv MILLER, 245
4nter, ! Pbos 890. J i ;
H OFF MAX A'ZOSEL TIRE REPAIR
lic viilimiKinr Ttrsdins : tft? Snutfa
jCommereial atreet. I'hone 471.
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICX, STCDE
j baker repairing. 173 South Liberty.
! I'hone 8J. t - j -
FAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES. AC
eeasoriea, net ears. Oar work gaax
anteed. 2641 Portland Road. Phone
808..; .j. 'r , .. . .. -
SOUTH COMMERCIAL GARAGE GEN -Jfral
repalriag and overhauling. 420
. CosBSaereiat St, Salenv.
SAIEM-AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
South l?th. Phono 28.
J, :C. BAIR, RADIATORS. FENDERS,
Bodies repaired. 441 Ferry.
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY. .HOME
made candie. confections, cigirs, bag
atines. 1272 State.
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
' Parlor, 110 North Commereial Street.
CARPET AND RAG WEAVING
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING, COL
oaia I styles and colors. Phone 84F21.
DR.j L. Ml HUM' CfRES ANY KNOWN
disease.! 153 S. High St, phone. 283,
CLEANING ft PRESSING
CLEANING. PRESSING DONE TO YOUR
.satisfaction. 1 - (Jlasay line of collars,
;tics. The Toggery, 1857 rotate.
BREWER i DRUG CO. 405 COURT.
SECURE MY FIGURES ON WIRING,
i By contract.' by hour.. At pre-war
! prices. H. W. Hatch, phone 1744 W.
MpVBI OX-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
'Ssseoiatioa has money to loan at six
i I percent. W. X. Smith, aecretary-treaa-erer,
308 Salem Bank of Commerce.
FRANK Vi RICHTER NEW. SKOOND
i hand furniture. 849 N Commereial.
FURNITURE REPAIRED OR MADE TO
order. Refinisheing and upholstering
! ; speciality. Phone 1742. Brown and
: Groves. 1201 South Commereial St.
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
; for sale.' Smith's, 301 North Commer
LEONARD; HOTEL NEW MANAGE
I merrt, clean nest rooms and apartments.
! 254 N. Front St.
CH5RRY CITY HOTEL; ROOMS T5c
1 np ; dining room in connection, f smily
w Style. Corner High Hj SllMai
illi-ii L INBtTBANCB k
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
I company.! . J. C. Balch, agent, room 6.
t UcComack Bldg. Phone 96.
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY WITH
Banker' i Reserve - Life ; G. F. Booth,
) General Agent, phone 2098-W.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
MRSj ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCESS
i Corset. Pbone 1043-R. 891 8. 12th.
DRESSMAKING TAILORING, MRS.
Goodwin, 1445 North Commercial.
MRSj 0- JEPB0N MODISTE, f.567
uaa, pnoae vzv.
MBS VARTY, DESIGNER AND MAKER
: Ladies emits and Gowns. Over Mil'
les'a Store. ..
EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS ,BY THE
! day. nione l4ia j.
LA CLA8IQUE GOWN SHOP EXCLU8-
i model. Expert designing. 831 V
MAUD SIMONS, DRESSMAKER.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing.! Spencer corsets to rcr.
2 MeOornaek Bldg.
EDITH M. ASHLEY DRESSMAKER.
1843 Broadway i 1436-J. i ,
MRH, R. CARTER EXPERIENCED
dressmaker. Phono 1971-W.
RUTH MeADAMS DRESSMAKER, 75C
Sooth 12th. Phone 1824-M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
248 ; North; Cottage. Phone 1552-W.
MESDAME3 8COTT ft CHASE D RES S
makers. 219 But St. Phono 987.
THB i ADSITTS ARE PREPARED TO
dot any and all kinds of ladies' tail
oring; for old and new customers. 352
N. 12th street. Phone 2085-R.
"MR3..BRECKE5RIDGE HEMSTITCH -ing,
mail orders solicited. 175 8. 19th
SALEM BUTB - HEM ST ITCHING,
chainstltehing, pleating, buttons. 829
880 Oregon Bldg. Phone 879.
j i j jMTLT.IMF.RY .
MR8. C. A. 4 RIMM MILLINER. Fan
cy ; aprons, I novelties snd hand made
flowers. SI 9 Court St.
MRS. HILDEBRAND, PLEATING 890
Soath 14th; i Pbon 798-M1.
WHITE DANCING ACADEMY MRS.
R. L.i Whit, principal. Phono 273-J.
HAT. SHOP -4- MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hats renovated and block ed. 495 Court
-? streeti - r -- s'-- - - .-.'...
FRED BLAKE, LANDSCAPE GARDEN
er. 1565 South Liberty. Phoae 1031-M
i,t,1,-'-n M 1 1 1 1 111 1
-.Hi. lJttnnRiE3 "
SALEM ! LAUNDRY COMPANY, 136 S.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest best. Established 1889. i
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service. 1264
Bread way. Phone 165.
PR. H. 3. ANDERSEN MAGNETIC
heeler. Dmgless Physlcisn. 418 Or
egon Bldg. j Phone 165.
; ( i MATTRESS FACTORIES
DONTi BE MISLED WE MAKE NSW
mattresses te order. Wo make: over
old matretaes 'and guarantee satisfac
tion.! I We do carpet clean jag. Otto
-winter. rBone lis.
i-') : astBSXOAX.
MOGSTAIN B1LM OUGH REMEDY
Phone; 517-W- . -
i PRACTICAL NURSE
PRAOTICAL EXPERIENCE NURSS
, Mr. Msitilet, Florence Hotel. Pbou
! . 1 '
FRANKLIN LAUNER PIANO.
17th. Pbon 1008 W.
GERTRUDE SMITH PIANO, 8ILVER--ton,
Oregon. Greesi 801.
MRS.; HENRY -LEE PIANO.
CapitoL Phea 1017-W.
LAURA GRANT PIANO SCHOOL
credits given. 336 N. High, Pboae
MIXNETTA MAG ERS VOCAL, DERBY
Building. Friday afternoon, Saturday.
JESSIB W. BUSH TKACHER PIANO,
formerly instructor Metropolitan Col
lege Music, Philadelphia. 1363 South
Commercial Phone 883-J.
LENA BELLE TARTAR VOCAL IN
struetioa. Phono 334.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO.
2korth Winter. Phone 345-J.
NELLIE MULEEY STONE PIANO
373. Leslie. Phone 751-W.
ALLIE CHANDLER PIANO, 251
North CoUaga. Phono 829-W.
BEATBICE SHELTON PIANO STUDIO
S45 Marion. Feana 1399.
Lillian hartshorn piano. 04
North Church, Pboae 178.
T. 8. ROBERT 8 PIANO. ORGAN.
Uouth 14th. Phone 770.
DAN F. LANGKNBERO. VOCAL
, Derby Bldg. Pbone U079.
LENA WATERS PIANO.
MOLLIU STYLES VOICE, PIANO
Center. Phone 2016U.
JULIA MILLS WEIGEL, PIANO, 16601
ts U 1 v 111 ...... r. !
LUCILB ROSS PIAJTO, ORGAN.-, 498
North Liberty. Phone 1187W.
MATT IE GILBERT STRING IN STB G
, meats, 1572 Slate. Phono 1156 R.
MISS MABLE SHBPHERD. PIANO-
E layer; dances, all occasions. 357 N.
BERTHA JUNK DARBY. AUTHORIZED
teacher, Godowsky Progressive Series
Piano. 479 North Cottage. Phone
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OP MU8
ie of Chicago, Frank E. Churchill, rep
resentative. Diplomas granted. Odd
fellow 'a Blif.
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
AH branches taught, diplomat granted.
John R. Sites, director. 1237 Court
WENDELL HELM TUNING, REPAIR
ing. Phone 492.
EDWARD WELP - EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave orders Will's
PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS; NEW,
MseC. J. W. Tallman, 121 S. Com'l.
SHERMAN CLAY & CO PIANOS. STEIN
ways, Duo-Art, snd others. Moore
Dunn Music store. Masonic Temple.
GEO. C. WILL . PIANOS, PH0N0
grsphs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studies. Repairing pbon
ogrsphs and sewing machines. 432
WILLAMETTE VALLEY NURSERY
All kinds nursery stock for sale, Rte
7. Phone 105F5.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, oraamentsls. Capitsl City Nur
sery Co., 426 Oregon Bldg. phone 75.
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS, WALL
paper and picture framing. Good work
men. 455 Court St. Phone 485.
PAINTING AND DECORATING HIGH
class work for. particular people. L. S.
Brandon, contractor. 365 North High,
AUBREY H. CLARIS. TAINTING, PAP
erhaaging, kalsomining. Work guar
anteed. Terms reasonable. Phone
2035-J. 1464 Ferry.
PAINTING AND CARPENTER WORK
by first class workman. Day or con
tract. Wells, 209 Marion, phono
MISS GOODHUE TAKES 8UBSCRIP
tiona for all magazines. 251 S. 17th
street. Phone 741-M.
FOR WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
announcements, see Bertelson, printer.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private hospital. I have best of equip
ment. Phone 1959 J.
PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA PERFUME CO. EX
trscts, toilet articles. Mrs. Moyer,
170 South 23rd. Phone 1224.
MARGARET BURNS PUBLIC STES
ojrrtpher. 408 Masonic Bldg. I'hone
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 201 8A
lem Bank of Commerce Bldg. Rates
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. ; Phono 1397-J. Shop, 137 Union
atreet.: a. u. uoairey.
NORTHWESTERN PIPE CO. WHOLE-
ale and retail phrmbtng auppliei. 319
IT . -1 m .
JOE'S PLUMBING . SHOP 8HIPPING
and Broadway. Phone 1502. Prices
reasonable. If you havs anything to
fix, let Joe do it.
UNION SIGN CO. SIGNS WITH KICK.
Showcarda that talk. , 424 N. Commer
eial. Phone 546. t
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
CUTLERY GRINDING - - UMBRELLA
repairing, esiety rsiort, ate. Stewart's
Repair Shop, 347 Court street.
BEX WHEELER EVERYTHING RE-
psirea. i uenersl snsrpening, chimney
sweep. 1485 N. 17th St. phone 1418-W.
SECOND HAND GOODS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
nana doming snd shoes. Also do
cleaning, pressing snd repairing. Call
aad deliver. Capital Exchange, 342
North CommereiaL Phone 1368-W
we buy; AND SELL SECOND-HAND
goeas or ait kinds, pipe fittings, har
ness, collsrs, collar pads, tools, and
chains. ' Fred Sehindler, 258 Center
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 195 SOUTH
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE, RE-
isse oi.au a in co removad. Cesspools
cleaned.! Phone 998.
DE LUXE: STUDIO SOMETHING DIF-
lereni lg pnograpay. - 147 N. Com ' I .
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR,
STOVES STOVE REPAHUNO
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years experience, Depot National
fence, tiaes 26 to 3S inebea high.
Paints, oil and varakhes, etc, logan
berry ai)d' bop hooks. Salem Fence
and Stove' Works. 250 Court street
Phone 124. j '
O. E. Depot t ; New Stand
7:('t a m. j 8:15 s.ns.
lt:Kl a.m. 1:00 pja.
5:00 p.m. I - 6:15 ujn
Iave Salem. O. E. jLvpot 7:00 a.m.
ll:uu a.ia. 5:u0 p.m.
Leave Monmouth. Hotel 8:15 a.m.,
1:00 p.m, 6:15 p.m.
Ieove Independence Hotel 8:30 a.m.
1:15 p.m., 6.M p.m.
Special trips by appointment.
Seven passenger car for hire.
J. W. PARKER. Prop.
Res, phone -61$ ; ttasiiieaa phoaa 7
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY
THE OREGON TAXI TRANSFER CO,
Liberty & Ferry. I'hoae 77. Dry
slab 16-inch wood for sale.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St, phone 938. Distributing
forwarding and storage our specialty.
Get our rates.
FOR SAWING WOOD CALL 1959 J
Stine & Son.
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD 8 A WING.
Phone 3046. Fisher Bros.
SALEM WATER, LIGHT ft POWER CO.
Office, 301 South Com'l St. Ten pr
rent discount on domestic flat rates
paid in advsnce. No deductions for
absence or any cause unless water is
shut off your preiniaea.
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE OPEN
Sunday morning 8 o'clock. American
style. 110 V North Commercial. Phono
A. J. FOSTER PAINLESS CHIROPO
dist. Corns, bunions, ingrown nsils
removed. 822 Stste St, Patton Bik.
CORNS AND CALLOUSES REMOVED
without pain. Appliances from indi
vidual impression. Dr. Tatro, Masonic
Bldg, Phone 442.
DRI O. L. SCOTT, P.S.C, CHIR0PRAC
tor, 809-12 U. S. Bank Bldg. Pone
67; Res. 828-R.
CHIROPRACTORS DR. R. P. AND
Pearl M. Bradford, graduates and post
graduates of the first chartered school
of Chiropractors in the world. Ten
years in practice. Phoae 526. Rooms
316-319-320 Oregon Bldg.
THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE OF ME-kaco-Therapy.
Massage, steam hatha,
e'ectricity, medical gymnastics, V-ray,
xfiedicated packs for rheumatism, run
down conditions, stomach, kidneys,
etc. Home treatments given. Drs. G.
W. and Ruth Brown, Swedish grad
uates. Rooms, 801-2 Oregon Bldg.
LBS. WHITE AND MARSHALL, 506
U. S. Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician snd surgeon, Kirksville
grsduste, 404-405 U. 8. National Bank
Bldg. Phones Office, 919; Res. 614.
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH. OSTEOPATHIC
Physician snd Surgeon, 403-404 Ore
gon Bldg. Phones, Office, 1394; Res.
POMEROY ft KEENE JEWELERS AND
Optometrists. 888 State.
GLASSES FITTED BY DR. L. R. BUR
dette at the Bow Optical Company,
325 State Street, opposite Ladd and
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
Camp 5, Armory. First, Third Mondays.
A BARGAIN OF A 6 ROOM HOUSE,
modern, on jm. uornroprcial, paved cor
ner at $2':00. Easy term. See Win.
Fleming, 341 State St.
LET U8 EXPLAIN THE NEW SYSTEM
of selling your property. Property
listen not exclusive. xour property
photographed. Brown, Magee and
Bessie Snyder. Over Bnsick's Store.
State snd Commercial. Phone 559.
FOR SALE OR TRADT -ONE OF THE
finest highly improved . 40 acres of
beaverdam land, on two fine grsvel
reads, rural route, close to iekoL
- two miles from one town and five
miles from another. Has good barns
snd 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 cssh and will take good
house in city up to $2,500 as part
payment, balance easy terms. If in
terested cell on or write Dr. C. H.
Schenk, phone 1182, Derby Bldg,
16 acre st Hubbard, 2 block from
pared highway; has fine modern im
provements, 7 acres of berries. The
lsnd is fine onion land and a bargain
at $5000. Will take a house in Sa
lem up to (2i)00.
331ia State Street
SACRIFICE SALE 12" ACRES FIN
est and best improved land in Waldo
. Hills, 2Vi miles to railway station;
close to school and church. New barn
about 38x70 with 20 foot posts. Grain
elevator with cement bins inside. Ce
ment silo, new modern four room cot
tage, water system, woven wire fences.
Grain, bay, live stock, machinery and
equipment valued at over 93,000. All
for only $17,000 on reasonable terms.
A. C. Behrastedt, 407 Maaonie Temple,
0 acres all cultivated. 2 '4 acre nraaes
and logans, new buildings, bungalow;
roe roaa, Between oiisw ana Aums
ville. ' $4,700.
i acre with t room bouse, barn,
chicken boose, bearing fruit; price
$4500. Tske mortgage or any good
10 acres, 9 cultivated, house, chicken
house, well ; 4 miles Salem,- rock road ;
$3100. Your own terms.
10 acres bearing prune and walnuts,
; south of Salem; cheap at $4000.
37 hi acres sll cultivated, family orch
ards, building, at store, church and
school: 5 mile from Salem; this land
is choice. $6300.
8-4 acres on Pacific highway 5 miles
north of Salem, best soil, 4 in
cherries. strawberries and spples :
bars, well ; ix mil from Hajsville
school. Only 92750. 91150 cash. -
Gas service station, store, residence, and
24 acre land on paved Pacific high
way; going business, complete for tin
mediate sale. 97,500.
00 acres heavy loam soil, 80 onltivated. :
15 beaverdam, 2 acts boil dings, on
Pacific highway 6 miles north of Sa
lem; priced at a sacrifice, 9160 per'
acre. . A. worthwhile investment. i
It is to your benefit to see these before
yon buy; they are ngnt.
tSaaltor, 'i..' IIX Etato St,
NOTICE OF BALE OF GOVERNMENT
GENERAL LAND OFFICE. WASHING
TON, D.C, OCTOBER 20. 1921.
Notice is bcreb give that subject to the
eoaditienn and limitation- of the Act
of June 9, 1916 (84 Stat. 218), and
Jane 4, 1W20 (41 Stat. 758), and the
instructions of the Secretary of the In
terior of September IS, 1917. and June
22, 1920, the timber; on the following
land will be sold atj 10 o'clock a.ui,
December 5, 1921, at public auction at
ta Cnuod. Stale land oiXice at Pott
Land, Oregon, to 1h highest bidder at
not lea than th appraised value a shown
by . this notice, aaie to bo aabiec to the
a;preta! f the Secretary of the Interior.
The purchase price, with an additional
sum of on-fifth of on percent thereof,
being cosunisaioaa allowed, must bo de
posited at time of sfcle, money to be
returned if sale is not approved, other
wise patent will issue for the timber
which Bins be removed within ten years
Lids. will bo received from citisen of she
Lciid States, associations of each eitix
ens and corporations i organised uiuUr
th laws of the United Mates ' or any
ttdtc, territory or district therof only.
Upon application of a qualified purchaser,
the limber -in any legal subdivision will
be offered separate! i before being in
cluded in anr offer of i a larger unit.
T. 4 S, R, 5 E, Seci 17, SiW, NE4.
fir 360 M, NEU. NW4, fir 425 M,
NWVi NW4, fir 1050 M, SE4 NWH.
fir 1650 M, SWVi NW4, fir 750 M..
NE1 Ii E 14, fir 840 M, cedar 2S M
KVihk S:Vi, fir 850 I M- SKU SEW.
fir 1025 M, cedar 95 ' M, hemblock SO
U, KW4 SKU. fir 1675 M, pine 20
M, BW-si, fir 1550 M.. tiWs
SW!4, fir 1480 M, SEi 8WU, ' fir
1275 M, 8W4 8W,i fir 475 M, Sec
21, NEVi NEVi. fir 1320 M cedar 120
M, hea.lock 150 il, KVih. NEK, fir
1440 M, cedar 240 M, hemlock 290 -M,
SKVi NK4, fir 1940 M, cedar 70 M,
hemlock 270 M, SW4 HK. fir ledu
M, cedar CO M, hemloch 130 M., KKii
NW14, fir 1820 M, j eedar, 155 M.,
hemlock 310 . M, I NW& NW4
fir 2340 M, cedar.i 50 M, hem
loch 100 M, SEU NVVU. iir 1950 M.,
hemlock 20M, SW4 !NW6, fir-1920
M, pia 20 M, NEi SEV. fir 2260 M,
NW SE, fir 2100 SE SE4,
fir 1650 M, SW4 SE, fir 1865 M,
hemlock 20 M, NEK SWVs. fir 1840 M,
NW4 SW14, fir 2900 M SE4 SWA4,
fir 2000 M, SW Sf, fir 2550 M,
none of the fir, cedar, ! hemlock or pine
timber to be sold for less than 92 per
(signed) Geo. ! R. WickTism,
Acting Commissioner General Land office.
GOOD BUY S
820 acre farm, buildings, 85 acres ram
mer fallow wheat, sltout 150(H) cords
of Standing fir; will consider part
trade. Price $65 per acre.
20 acre tract -located en Howell prairie
. on ' main Silver-ton road, all cultivated,"
Good buildings. Price $5,250. Terms.
-0 acres sll in bearing fruit. 8 acres
prunes. 1 Vx acres logans, ' bnildings;
rorjc roac. and close to, paved highway.
200 acre farm 6 miles from Salem, 100
acres in cultivation; about 40 acres of
. fine timber; buildings. Price 965
per acre; terms.
We have some good buys in houses and
you are looking to buy, trad or sell,
. see j
W. Ht Grabenhprst & Co.
Resltora 275 Stata Street
Grr A "Bi'iw
6 rooms, good location, for 91100. k
acre, small house, 3 blocks to car,
. good street. Good buy for $800. Smsll
Good 7 room : house an 10 lots, fine
land, to trade for small farm. 5 acres
improved 4 miles south, trade for Sa
lem properfv. r
33 Ha Statej street
ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE; A GOOD
one, for 81200. $300 cssh, rest like
arge corner lot close i to school, car
line and store, at a j bargain,
room mostly modern home on paved
street close to car; large lot, plenty
fruit. $2700, easy terms. This is a
good one for . the money.
acant lot or lots for .good car. W
have clients waiting lor homes, have
sold 4 in last 2 days. List your
property with us. Do not ask or
recommend exclusive listings. It yoii
want to sell come in and tell us about
it. We are Realtorsbut independent
and free from all men, yet servants
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
200 Grsy Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE i BY OWNER
nice improved 40-acre farm close to
Salem. Price right. Phone 53F5.
Three room house and nice lot. Price
Five room house, good tot, for $1850;
Six room house, large lot and good
buy for $lf0(, terms.!
For Largains See
H. L. MARSTERS
ACANT LOTS WE HAVE A LARGE
list. Bay before the demand appears.
The Fleming Realty Co. 341 Stale St.
MORE SALEM HOUSF.8
Some dandy farm and -orchard trades
.Chas. W. Niemeyer
"Just Real Estate"
215-216 Maaonie Temple,; Phone 1000
SMALL AND LARGE FARMS. CITY
homea and choice lota, i Fir and auto
Arthur E Peterson
229 Oregon Bldg. a
SALE OR TRADE
40 acres good lsnd, lsys ! smooth, sandy
soil; about 15 acres clear, balance
brush pasture. Nearly new six-room
bungalow, good barn and out-buildings.
On county road mile and half
from town. Price $3000. Or will
trade for house in Salem. 260 acre
river bottom farm, good; improvements,
$65 per acre. Good bungalow, $1250.
Choice residence lot near State house.
81750. For bsrgains iin houses or
lsnd. see F. L. Wood. 341 State St.
Special Price SI 250
4 room cottage, and a good one; plast
ered, electria lights, hot and cold
water, bath and toilet !' barn, garage;
nice corner lot; good street and side
walk. - Near car line. Bargain. Some
S. R. PEARSON
210-211 V: 8. Bank Bldg.
The End of His Bun
One very icy moraing daring
the winter, a tall thin man was
making his way gingerly down a
step hill, when all of a sadden he
slipped and fell, and being unable
to catch hold of anything, went
eliding down the hill at fall length.
Jast as he reached a street
crossing half way down the bill
he collided with a large fat lady
who was just returning from a
shopping tour, and had her arms
full of bundles. She fell, too, and
came down just in time to light
on the poor man, and' being help
less, she sat there while he, acting
as a sled for her, took her on down
to the bottom of the hllL ,.-
-At last they came to a stop, ana
as the fat lady was trying to get
her breath and rise she heard a
faint voice underneath her saying:
"Excuse me, madam, bat I'll have
to ask you to get off here. This Is
as jta as I v" 4 j :
Adele Garrison's New Phmae of
REVELATIONS OR A-WIFE
THE WAY DICKY RELIEVED
AN' 1EMBARRAS9IKC SITUA
TION. As my vision" followed " Mrs.
Durkee's pointing finger I saw
that her eyes had served her un
erringly, that the - occupant of
the car coming toward us, now
passing as, were indeed her son,
my husband and Rdith and Leila
Fairfax. : , r .'.
Absorbed in conversation. thy
bad almost shot by us when Ed
ith Fairfax in the tonneau beside
lucky leaned forward abruptly
with what was evidently a sharp
exclamation. At the same instant
little Mrs. Durkee called out gay
Her eon threw up one hand In
recognition,, but neither he. nor
MaJ. Qrantlaad could easily stop
or turn just at that point, because
of the number of card on the road;
As soon &s possible, however, thar
officer drew his car .up close to
the curb, shut off his engine, and
we all turned around: to see Al-
fred turning and backing the car
down the road, and then coming
toward us with slackened speed.
He brought It to a standstill Just
behind the one. we were In, and
I was , cattily feminine enough to
rejoice in the sudden, swift com
parison of the two machines
which I saw in all four faces in
the cither- car. ... . . ;
, Alfred Durkee was the first to
Epeak. The Fairfax girls are too
reserved, too well bred - for the.
Ehoutlng comments which Rita
Brown, for instance, would have
made upon the unexpected meeting-
And Dicky well, . I . bad
never seen my husband look ouite
so uncomfortable as be did in tills
moment! . t . ..
His eyes had seised mine, wan
dered to the figure of Maj Grant
land beside me, then . had come
back to mine again with a gase la
which was mingled astonishment,
resentment and more than a little
shamefacedness, as he realized, I
fancv. from mr face, .that I knew
ol his enjoyable motor .excursions
during: my enforced idleness. ...
"What's the big idea?" Alfred
Durkee called to hjs juotir as he
inmned from the driving seat to
the ground. . "I thought .the
stage was all set for.yqu tp be at
the old. homestead gate in ging
ham apron and with the odor o!
pumpkin pies floating around
you., ready to welcome son, pros
pective relatives and suph excess
hsggage as DicKy-Dra.-- .
Mrs. Durkee's Defense.
Little Mrs. Durkee laughed,
wholly unembarrassed by this rev
elation that she bad Known, 01 tae
proposed motor, driy frpm
"Well, von said you wanted to
say 'Surprise, surprise f to the
rest of us. didn't you?'! she de
fended herself. "So wben I WSI
offered a chance to play goo?e
herry upon a most delightful auto
ride in this most scrumptious of
all cars, what else could I do Dat
wind the clock, put out the cat
nd leave a note on the door say
mg I would be back anon. - I
touldn't say, Nb, kind people, t
must stay to welcome my fam-l
W-. ' rnnld I now?"
Everybody pave Dicky and MaJ.
Grantland laughed at her ridicu
lous farrago, delivered with the
pretty, childish, pouting manner
which women of her type are al
ways able to carry orf successful
ly whether they be 16 or 60. and
which, alas, makes so supremely
ridiculous the women of other
types, no matter what the
when they attempt.it. But nei
ther my husband nor the man sit
ting beside me smiled even, faint
ly at her nonsense. J think the
attention of both men bad been
caught by the word gooseberry,
which I felt resentfully in, Dicky's
parlance "was surely being work
ed overtime.' by my little neigh
bor. MaJ. Grantland flushed re
Eentfully and with erabarwsmeBt
at it, while Dicky's atiswerlng
flush held resentment and anger.
"Oh, we'll forgive yori this
time if the pancakes are up to
standard!" Alfred Durkee retort
ed airily blissfully unconscious
of the tenseness in the. mental at
mosphere, i "By the way, guess
we'd better give some of . these
people a knockdown to each Pth
er. Allow me " U . ,
He burlesqued formal Introduc
tions of his pretty fiancee and her
pister to MaJ. Grantland, then
turned to me. .
"Mighty glad you're able to be
out, Mrs. Madge," be said cordial
ly. "Why not change our pro
gramme and all run-down to the
beach for dinner? The mater's
prub can keep till - tomorrow,
can't It?" He turned to his mo
ther smiling. 1 1 . .
She clasped her bands In de
light. I have never known an-:
other woman so fond of 'dining
cut" as Is my little neighbor.
. "There Isn't a thing that win
spoil," she ,said. "And I simply
dote .on the beach dinners.. You
can come, can't you, Madge."
"I'm afraid I'm not np to it.
1 said with feigned reluctatace, for
at that moment tbe least alluring
prospect in the world was a fes
tive dinner, and besides I knew
that my physician would absolute
ly prohibit such an extended out
ing It be knw of it,
"Indeed she's not," l Lillian
chimed In, "and, as for me. 1
simoly cannot do It tonight, much
as I would love such an outing
some other time.. But It will take
only a few minutes to run us back
again, and therj you can all go
on and enjoy yourselves.! I jM
-v "I-", fegan MaJ. Grantland,
evidently also beginning a refusal,
when Dicky struck In masterful
ly. ' Vi:.'.-; -,:'.-!'' .ij.j!,
! bare Itr Jie said; S'Griit
land. yours is the car f or these
festive pleasure-seekers to roll up
to a Lonr.Beach hotel In. rai.
- ot -purs'-is afltvep-oaiptTt4 XQ
.your euwii- ouyyuj j e
Madge and UHian home la ,
car while Alt and the Ut
transfer themselves to , yoir
Cliaree; Tou may. Rle. yourseit.
to fQVif 'wicked deral tassel in
take me wife and her ladj frie4
home outt danEer." i . x ,
I J (To be conUnued) j j ;
CVT JU13 PVT-riT W TVpntlt,
- ' j---- MONEY ' i
", 0ut 'out this -slip.' enclose iV; t
5c and mat! itrto Fohjy ft Co., !
2UJ5iShef,fielUAve Cbicago, .i
writing your name, and v address, ;
tiearly . You wilt roceivs in. rs
turn a trial Jackage .eontaiftiBg,
roley Honey anc Tar Comncjunrl
for coughs, colds and croup Fe- (
ley Kidney Pills for pains in side '
and back; rheumatism, backache,' ;
kidney and bladder ailments; and j 1
Foley's . Catbartic Tablets ;
whovesqme and thoroughly cleaas-
Ing -cathartic fP constipation. tiL.
iduaness, headache, "and sluggish :
bowels.;.. Sold, ftveCTfUerti. A4r.
1 ' ' 1 5 ' " i .-j--,
"I am to be the guest of 'honor;.,
at a public function." "Well?"; ;
rye never bad 4hat -experience !
befpre. How must 1 actt'Look 4
tpred: v I believe that's tiie'nsoal h
custom." Birmingham Age-He.
Butte r milk
pfcr Fe6lii4t Purposes
i-' r. CillJ ,, ! .,,', 1 ii 0-
. Phone !68 vt:r .j
I 1 SALEM MARKETS I
. ; . ' ; ' , .. i
Price otd are -wbelesaie-uad -prle-
received by farmer. No reUil pica
are given. r i ,
Wheat So. 1, StJc.
Oats, milling, sot.
. vats, teeo, as.
Vtch and oat hay. M.
Clover Hav. 810.
4U run . till fd, 9S4.
. I :-:
Sottaxfat j . v i
- : Al..iHSI su
r-ggs, i46o Ca 48.
Creamery buttaa, . 4S.
Buttorfat. ' 47e. - 7
' s !, ponnr
Hans, light, l6e. ,
Baa, heavy, 22. .,
Chickens, spring, '188 20c
Soostors, old. So O lOe. :
Turksys, live, SSe CP' 87c.
Turkeys, dressed, 43e . jf 4 To.
; Pork, Mutton and Bf
" Hogs, $9.50 dj 99.75.
. Laaba. 8e..' ):-- f -.'. " ,.'..
, Top vfsL 12o.4) lSUec-.
Pork, dressed llo O He,
atoera, 4o 60 OVia. .
Bulla, So -! . 7
Tokay grapes -lOo. . . -
Bananaa, SVic. ', ,
' Lamona, 97.8S. - -Orange,.
97 IT.50. '
Florida grapa fruit, 98.
- California grape fruit, S9.
HuekUberriea, 6. ' !
Washington crsnberrlea, hpx, 15.50.
Sweat pots toe. Vsa.
Potatoes, $1.80. .r-r. t ,
Cabbage, 1U, f. . ,
California . tomato, lug, 91. ' '
Cauliflower, $3. .
Turnips, $3V -Bell
peppers, lb, 11.
Oregon oaiona. 98-75.
' Head lettuc. 75e,
Boots, 92 80.
Datoa, Figs, Bona
Oomb hoay, -, S8.00.
Coeoanuta, dpsen, $1.85.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. Evapor
ated apples nominal; prunes firm; '
peaches steady, raisins firm.;
Wheat Displays Fresh
.Strength In Chicago
CHICAGO, Nov., 9. Wheat ' a Is-
played fresh strength . today, all
points showing , falling off - in
receipts. The market closed
strpngj lty to 2 V. ne higher, with
decern ber 1.06 1-& to 1-06 3-9 and
May 1.11 V4 .to 1.11 6-8. Corn
gained; 5-8 to 3-4; and oaU -&&
1-4 to j 3-8V. Provisions wera nu
cha nge4 to 20 lower.
It was with but Jittle effect
that bfars In wheat tried tp .ex
plain i way j the evident curtail
ment of receipts.! , One assertion
wan mar. us laximg-ait was due
partly to. the coming drop in
freight: rates. Shlomenta . beine
held back ' to take adventage of
the new rates. It was- said also
that bad ' condition : of country
roads had . been more or fesa re
sponsible. - ;
Upturns in hogs and possibili
ties of labor troubles at th atnrh-
yards iere gaye only temporary
urmneas to provisions. Toward
the last .quotations bad a' down
ward slant because of ebsenee of
demand. ,' . -
Monthly jcbool Wpcrtt card
- n ...-, ; r. f ic
Teariy. school report books.
Msnna envelepes for either,
Teachers' examination ques
tions for one year certlfl-
", eate, each ..i ..,..- ., 80c
"Western; t3ongester; a .gplen-'
did song . book! for. fcbooL
Institute or community sing
ing, eacb. .......', 25c
Per dosen . . .. ....... $ 3
jlny t the abort atapplles
will be shipped, game) 4l$.j ax
order is received, -.j,...
School jannnaJj niid -diplol
mas printed in thoroughly
Zlt SouLb OrWierclal Ct,