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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALttM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1021
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Per Insertion te
Three Insertions , 5.
On Week UU iosertioss) 8c
Sis month' contract, per mo 15e
1J month' contract. per mo...l2e
Minimum for any tdvertisement, tie
a. NORWICH UNION
ITRa DfSUR&NCB SOCIETY
' XhSelsoa Bolaod Barghardt
tertdent Agent 871 Bute Bt.
MONEY TO LOAN
, Ob Real Estate
L K. FORD
fOrmr Ladd Bmh Bank)
LOANS REAL ESTATE
W insar inythlnc W have ths money
v.o loan Pay bck liko root Our
tarns and eity property 1UU ere coin
tflete,, us first.
J LATLAB LATXAB
40S-T Oregon Bide. Phono 1844
rilEY 'LOOK LIKE NEW THE HAT
Box, 17 8. High.
BUILDING LOTS ANY PART OF
town, befor you buy your lot, aee us;
we have them it right prices and easy
terms. W. H. Grabenhorst k Co.. 275
WANTED LISTINGS OS INSTAL
raents; houses at right, prices. W. H.
A iirabei-horat ti Ce., 275 State Ht.
NAP 5 ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW
with basement, in good condition.
Price $210O; $1700 cash, balance
terms at percent. W. H. Graben-
fcortt Co, 275 State St.
fOR RENT 8 ROOM MODERN HOUSE .
. on paved street end ear line, will leaae
for 950 per month. W. 11. Graben
horst A Co., 275 State St.
iW 8ALE BY OWNER NICE FIVE
room bungalow, immediate possession.
- t 1244 N. Front St.
MRS OLASKIN PRACTICAL XCRSE,
1409 N. Church St. Phone 1203 from
? a.m. to 7 p.m.
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE FOR 8ALEM
property, 148 acres near Nashville,
Lincoln county. A No. 14, care States-
WANT TO RENT OR LEASE RANCH
suitable for dairy. Give full psrticu-
lars. Write A-15 care Statesman.
' FOR WALNUTS PHONE 62F2.
FRCITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
back of office, 540 State street. Phone
WANTED- MIDDLE AGED LADY AS
housekeeper. Have one child. M.
- Nicbo'.s, Route 6, Box 80-A. Salem.
S BOXES APPLES. $450, DELIVERED.
Baldwin, Jonathan, Rome Rome Beauty,
Red Cheek Pippin, Spitxenberg. Ward
K, Richardson, Phone 494.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE
our policy on brick bi-ildings. Aslt as
l about it before renewing your next
policy. This company ia for you. Use
it. Oregon Fire Relief Ass'n. Phone
, ' 347. Bush Bldg. ,
$1600 BUYS A SIX ROOM HOUSE AT
2124 South Winter street, lisrbts. wat
er and sewer. - Many othera. DonT
bifv nntil vou see us. Kruerer. 209
. nis RMv
WANTED ft ROOM BUNGALOW, EAST
Not past 14th street; not to exceed
$3000. Address "W." care States
, man.- J - - - i - '
I J. ffi TALLMAN PIANOS. PLAYER
Li a -pianos toned, refiaished, repaired.
rnaoe xoov. 1.1 a. commercial.
WILL BE 80LD TODAY FIVE
room boose, garage, comer lot, good
.location, for $500. - One hair cash
balance good terms. Bee Ben F, West,
870 hk State street.
WANTED A. COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general hotfxework. Phone 1351, 695
t 4 ROOM, HOUSE AND TWO LOTS FOR
t $1600, foou rasn, - balance mommy
payments. This must be sold quickly
Bee Ben F. West, 3704 Stste street
-I ' FOR RENT 4 ROOM FURNISHED
it 1 rill, li-hl wnlar mm a fnmm
w in. Phone 1020-K.
DRESSMAKING AND REMODELING
a- Call; 411 N. Front streeti 1
108 Acres on .paved highway, fair bl!ga.
- 50 acres in cultivation, mostly bottom
land. Price $105 per acre.
40 acres close to Salem, nil in mltiva-
tiop; will take city property in ex
change op to $50O0.; Price $10,500.
117 acre, good land, fair- baildlngs,
$4,750. V.. cash, terms on balance.
We have aome rood irades.
MILLS &C0PLEY :
SSI ft State St.
FOR SALE -
, One of the best money making farms near
Karens. ' ? acre with good buildings
and completely, furnished with tools
. and machinery, good team, row and 75
fine chicken; 10 acres loganberries, 14
acre prunes: food dryer. You ran
bay this with $2000 down, balance
' crop payments or will take aome good
$ room bouse. Vt acre, a bargain for
S (rooms plastered. Vt block south of
' state street, good bey at $1550.
Exchange. We have some rood ones,
both farms and city property.
331.4 State street
REMUNERATIVE FASCINATING BUS
j Ires, for live man in every roomy in
' trregon. Supertube. guarantee 1 sg
ainat punctures, blowouts, valve hal
ing. Call, write, Ssrff, 371 State St.
WANTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN
who bat had experience selling life
Insurance, stocks or advertising. Must
be able to devote his entire time and
be ambitions for advancement. Mast
have the courage to present business
proposition ' lo merchant! and profes-
sional eaen. 'Answer in yonr own hand
writing stating age, educational qual
ifications, experience as solicitor, etc.
Address "T-No. 81." Statesmsn office.
MALE AND FEMALE
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
take una paper subscriptions, a rooa
4 ' proposition to the right people. Address
the Paeifie Homestesd, Statesman Bl!g
fACIAL-SCALP TREATMENTS, Via
. )tl rv: manicuring, shampooing.. Or
$ eon Bath House. Phone 540.
1ST&O1.OGY STARS TELL LIFE'S
1 'atorr. - Send blrthdste and dime for
1 trial r4inc Eddy. Westport St. 83
r FOR SALE
si FOR ' SALE FEMALE CANARIES, 60e
for short time only. Pboae 1280.
J030. Cbeet B -
IP YOU WAST TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, tends 15c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem, Oregon, for a three
months trial subscription. Mention
ALADDIN READY CUT HOUSES"
30 percent saved in cost of construc
tion. Chan. F. Smith, factory repres
entative, 620 Northwest Bank bldg ,
FOR SALE PIGS. PHONE 1F15.
FOR SALE A SPAN OF FOUR YEAR
old rolta. Phone 83F12.
dairy cows at Arerio.x : will
sell st public auction a "ar.otd of
high grade dairy cows. Tuesday, Nov
ember 22, 1921, at S. P. Sto-k varus.
Independence, Ore. -4ale start at 11
o'clock a.m., rain or shine. Tn's herd
of cows consists of about 22 hrj-i of
Jersey, njont of them fresh win raJtea
by sides: balance to Irci'ieD before
December 1st. Ten bead of flo'rtein
cows, fresh and coming fr."sh this month.
This bunch of cows are all young end
in good order, heavy producers with
high teats; all T.B. tested. Chas. Tay
APPLES DELIVERED. PHONE 4 F-2
FOR SALE POTATOES, $2 A SACK
Hay, 13 per ton. Phone 2091-J.
FOR SALE SLIGHTLY USED WHITE
Rotary Sewing machine. Terms. 1335
MUD AND DIRT DO.VT HARM CON
goleum rugs. Max O. Buren, 179 N.
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10
cents a bundle. Circulation department,
BETTER HEATING STOVES AT LOW
er prices. Msz O. Buren, 179 N.
GASOLINE AND OIL TANKS
from the largeat to smallest. L. A.
Westacott, factory representative. 864
8. 12th St, phone 1602 J.
CUT PRICE SALE DOUBLE MESH
nets,1 $1.50; single $1.00; Brilliantine
40c; Rouge 30e; Comb Brush $1.50.
Oregonian Beauty Shop.
MR. BUILDER GET MY PRICES ON
oak and maple flooring, also surfacing
and finishing old or new floors; all I
7, r5 1Irnleec- rnon 0UJ-
U. Smith. I
FOR SALE MALLEABLE GARLAND
aiz hole coal and wood combination
range. Almost new. tall at Portland I
Railway, and Power
Co. office or
THE HOUSE OF HALF A MILLION
and one bargaina. We buy, sell or I
exchange anything and everything in
the line of Junk or aeoond hand goods.
Sea na before yon buy or sell, stem-
bock Junk Co. Remember the place.
402 , commercial Bt. Phone t2.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
nnnrviT, antj commtinitt singing
An especially good aelection of the wnp
tou have been wanting, with words and I
music complete. No matter how many
songbooks you have, you should have
this ana enntaininv the Orernn Bonn I
lha hnndreii. noatnaid. Second edition I
printed sinee September.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 8. Commercial St. Salem, Oregon
FOR SALE LIVE PULLETS, ALL
kinds. Hop Lee, 436 Ferry street.
POULTRY MEN 8EXD EIGHT TWO
cent stamps tor special three months'
trial for the best and oldeat journal
in the weat. The articles and adver
tisement are of special interest to
the pouk. breeders of the northwest
Nortowett -Ceultry Journal, 211 Com
mercial St.. Salem, Oregon.
FOR BIG FIR, SECOND GROWTH OAK I
or; ash wood, phone 77F2.
OLD. GROWTH 16 IN. FIR, $8.50; 4
ft. second growth and ash. Phone
WOOD 16 INCH OLD FIR, 2 CORDS
$15.50. Grub oak, 4 foot, 2 cords
$15.50. 4 foot old. fir. $7. Phone
IC INCH SLAB AND MILL WOOD,
$3.50 per load. Dry planer wooc.
$3.50 per load. Tracy wood Co.
Phone 620. .
DRY WOOD FOR SALE
ar.,-... Z "a ..!:'
TJ ,0'J6 ,nA.r.V 9: V" a',?,'
Phone 195. Stand, State and High
FOR SALE BEST GRADE MILL WOOD
second- growth and old fir, 4 ft. or
16 in. U-ed E. Wells, Phone 1542.
805 8. ChureX
vrtrt nrvT rrpvtaurn ipi PT
men of two rooms for adulta. Close
in. Ca'.l 1516-M.
FOR RENT 3 ROOM FURNISHED
apartment, well located. Ivan G. Mar-
tin, Mssonic Bldg. Res, phone 759.
FOR RENT FURNISHED SLEEPING
room for two. 891 North Commercial.
FOR RENT FOUR FURNISHED
rooms to reliable party, no children.
59 X. High.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
in modern home and centrally located
Please give name and addreaa. E.
WILL GIVE FIVE YEAR LEASE TO
restaurant, confectionery, florist and
song shop in new auto stsge terminal
at Kua-ene. Call 1212-J Salem or ad
dress Auto Stage Terminal tare of
Sinecd Hotel, Eugene.
F. L. WOOD 341 STATE ST, REAL
FOR RENT 10 ROOMED FURNISHEB
house chesp. Address No. 13 States
FOR RENT A CLOSE IN SEVEN
. room, . most furnished.
Fleming, 341 Stste St.
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER
Capitol City Bedding Co. Phone 19
WANTED WOOD DEALER WANTS TO
buy dry oak and fir. Armstrong
iransier. rnone ivo.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
ware and furniture. Best prices paid
. 1MB lArlTAL ti A KL) VY AnL
AND FURNITURE CO.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 947
TRACY'S STORAGE OARAGE 544
AUTO TOPS ' W. C. WRIGHT. 171
AUTO TOP UPHOLSTERY- - . WORK
ru.te.d. 653 south Kth. phone
TIBES AJiD ACCESSORIES
SMITH W.iTK IN. Sj 147 NORTH HIGH,
Uik, Silvertou jt'ord. Howl extra ply
tires. tirjjlijj'K Lor.l' IO-:
AUTOS WfrlGHKlJ 15. 2395 FRONT
FOR SAllE 1I'. 9 PASSENGER
light ear, good ! condition, good tires,
160. Merchants Delivery, 654 Ferry
WANTEDf LI$HT TRUCK IN EX
chane bn Hudson, Essex or Baby
Overland. Fred, Kirk wood, 24C Stale
street. I '
GARAGE i AND REPAIR
FAIR GRpUNDS GARAGE TIRES, AC
cessorit, used icara. Our ou guar
anteed.! 2041 Portland Road. Paone
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER, 245
Center.; Phone H90.
HOFFMAN A ZOSEL TIRE REPAIR
ing, vulcanising; retreading; 197 boutb
Commercial street. Phone 471.
CAPITAL; GARAGE BU1CK, STUDE
baker repairing. 173 South Liberty.
Phone -ha. i
SOUTH COMMERCIAL GARAGE GEN
eral repairing and overhauling. 420
S. Commercial tit . Salem.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
ACTO ELECTRICIAN ; EXPERT TROU-
ble ahoowng. 230 North High. Phone
203. j !
PRESTO!-LITE i BATTERY SERVICE
altliuuf. expert uoliery snd electrical
wo.-k. i Farm Broi. Phone 1B03. 418
SALEM 1ACT0 RADIATOR SHOP 198
South; 12th. i'hote 2s.
J. C. $AIR, RADIATORS, FENDERS,
Bodies! repaired. 444 Ferry.
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY, HOME-
made pandies, confections, cigars, mag-
axinesi ltiz state.
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
Parlorl 110 North Commercial Street.
CARPET AND BAG WEAVINO
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING. COL-
onial jStyles and colors. Ph-e 84F21.
KEL1AHL.E cmimex sw tfcP JOHN
Prwine 7 30-J.
i CHINESE PHYSICIAN
DR. L.fM. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 a. High Bt, phone 283.
OhEASuo, t-Ktssmu uvxt; ru xuuk
aaiisiaciiou. 1 glassy una 01 oouara.
x ties- The Toggery, 1857 State,
' , VHVM BlUltXiB
co. - 405 court.
SECURE MY I FIGURES ON WIRING.
By contract, by hour. At pre-war
prices. H. W. Hatch, phone 1744 W.
MARIQN-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
association has money to loan at ais
percent. W, D. Smith, secretary-treasurer)
303 Salem Bank of Commerce.
FRANK F. RICHTER NEW, SECOND
hand furniture. $49 N . Commercial.
j FURNITURE H08PITAL
FURNITURE REPAIRED OR MADE TO
order. Refiaisheing and upholstering
a speciality Phone 1742. Brown and
GroVes. 1201 Sonth CommerciajSt.
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for 'sale. Smith's, 301 North Commer
LEONARD HOTEL NEW MANAGE-
meat, clean neat rooms and apartmenta.
254 K. Front St.
CHERRY CITY HOTEL; ROOMS 7oc
"Pi oiningUm in conneHion. family
PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING PETE
Coiiley, Shder. Brick shop, 253 Chem
ek4a street. I
I 1 ''
j j IN 3 USANCE
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
company. J. 0. Balch, agent; room 6.
MqCornack Bldg. Phone 96.
Bankers' Reserve Life; G. F. Booth.
Oefaeral Agent, phone 2098-W.
Ladies') Wearing Apparel
MRS;. ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCESS
Corsets. Pnone loea-it. bdi- a. i.a.
FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING 49 N
High. Mrs. Keia.
DRESSMAKING TAILORING, MRS
Goodwin, 445 North commercial.
i 1 ;
MRS. C. J EPSON MODISTE, 2567
Oak, phone v..
I MRS VARTY, DESIGNER AND MAKER
Ladiea' Suits and Gowns. Over Mil
EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS BY THE
dy. Phone 1413-J
I LA tLASIQt'E GOWN SHOP EXCLUS-
1 ,Ta models. expert aesigning. aim
I J !
I MAUD SIMONS, DRESSMAKER 1710
I Bellevue Bt.
1 CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING
designing Spencer eorcsets to oraer.
21 McCornack Bldg.
EDITH M. lASHLEY DRESSMAKER.
1B45 Broadway. 14SO-J.
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCED
dresimaker. Phons HU-w,
RUTH McADAMS DRESSMAKER, 756
South 12th. Phone ib3-js.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
248 North cottage, mono u- t
MESDAME8 SCOTT CHASE DRESS
makers, 319 State l. rnone
THE ADStTTS ARE PREPARED TO
do any awl all kinds of ladies ta!
eine fnr old and new customers. 852
14. 12th street. Phone 2085-R.
MrtS. BRECKENRIDOE HEMSTITCH
ing, mail! orders solicited. HJ a. i"
j'hone 174 M.
SALEM ?UTE HEMSTITCHING-
rnainstitcning, pieami. ".
830 Oregon Bldg. Phone 879.
MRS. C. A. GRTMM MILLINER. FAN-
hr aprons, novelties and nana maae
flowers . I 51" "Jones pi.
The aasslfied Ads.
FRANKLIN LAUN'ER PIANO. 268 N.
17lh. Phone 1008 W.
GERTRUDE SMITH PI A.N O. SILVER
ton, Oregon. Green BUI.
MRS. HENRY LEE PIANO.
Capitol. Phone 1017 W.
LAURA GRANT PIANO SCHOOL
credits given. 336 N. High. Phone
MINNETTA i! AG ERS VOCAL, DERBY
Building. Friday afternoon, Salard-gr-
JESSIE t. BUSH TEACHER PIANO,
formerly instructor Metropolitan Col
lege Music, Philadelphia. 1363 South
Commercial. Phone HbA-i.
LENA BELLE TARTAR VOCAL In
struction. Phone 334.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO. 17
North Winter. Phone 345 J.
NELLIE MULREY STON E PIANO
873 Leslie. Phone 751 W.
ALLIE CHANDLER PIANO, 251
North Collage. Phone oaa-W.
BEATRICE SII ELTON PIANO STUDIO
345 Marion. Phone eiS W.
LILIAN HARTSHORN PIANO 394
North Church. Phone 17s.
T. S. ROBERTS PIANO, ORGAN, 270
South 14th. Phoni 779.
DAN. F-. I.ANGFNBERG, VOCAL
Derby Bldg. Phone 2079.
LENA WATERS PIANO
MOLLIE STYLES VOICE, PIANO, 859
Center. Phone 2016 K.
JULIA MILLS WEIGEL PIAXO, 1660
South Church. Phone 1391 R.
LUCILE ROSS PIANO, ORGAN, 498
North Liberty. Phone 1187 W.
MATTIE GILBERT STRING INSTRU
ments. 157a btate. Phone 1156 R.
MISS MABLE SHEPHERD PIANO
player; dances, all occasions. 257 N.
BERTHA JUNK DARBY, AUTHORIZED
teacher, Godowsky Progressive Series
Piano. 679 North Cottage. Phone
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MUS
ic of Chicago. Frank E. Churchill, rep
resentative. Diptrinaa granted. Odd
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
AH brsnchea taught, diplomas granted
John R. Sites, director. 1237 Court
WENDELL HELM TUNING. REPAIR
ing. Phone 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave orders Will's
SHERMAN CLAY A CO PIANOS. STEIN
ways, Doo-Art, and others. Moore
Dunn Music store. Masonic Temple.
GEO. C. WLL PIANOS, PHONO
graphs, sewing machines, aheet music,
and Diano atudiea. Repsiring phon-
orranhs and aewinc machines. 482-
WHITE DANCING ACADEMY - MRS.
R. L. White, principal. Phone 2 7 8-J
MRS. HILDEBRAND, PLEATING 890
South 24th. Phone 798-M1.
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hats renovated and blocked. 495 Loan
FRED BLAKE. LANDSCAPE GARDEN
er. 1565 South Liberty, phone 103 1-M
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 136 8
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest best. Estsblished 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service. 1264
Broadway. Phone 165.
DR. H. J. ANDERSEN MAGNETIC
bealer. Drugless Physician. 418 Or
egon Bldg. Phone 165
DON'T BE MISLED WE MAKE NEW
ms'tresses to order. We make ovei
old matresses snd guarantee satisfac
tion. We do .carpet cleaning. Otto
Zwicker Phone 1154
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE NURSE
Mrs. Meitxler. Florence Hotel. Phone
WILLAMETTE VALLEY NURSERY
AH kinds nursery stock for sale. ' Rte
7. Phone 105F5.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruita, ornamentals. Capital City Nur
sery Co., 426 Oregon Blig. phono 75.
FOR SALF OREGON IMPROVED AND
ilson strawberry plants from inspect
ed yards at $2 per 1000, prepaid. J
B. Peterson, Shaw, Oregon. Phone
0LIDDEN LINOLEUM VARNISH FOR
Anything that needs it. Max O. Bur
en, 179 N. Commercial.
99 CENTS FOR 9 LBS BEAUTIFUL
Ka'.soinine. Does an average room
Max O. Buren. 179 N. Com 1.
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS, WALL
paper and picture framing. Good work
men. 455 Court St. Phone 435.
IVORY PAINT BEST QUALITY FOR
interior woodwork. $1 quart, second
grade 75c. Max O. Buren, 179 N
MISS GOODHUE TAKES SUBSCRIP
tions for all msgaiines. 251 8. 17th
street. Phone 741-M.
PAINTING AND DECORATING HIGH
class work for particular people. L. D
Brandon, contractor. 365 North High.
Phone 645 J.
AUBREY H. CLARK PAINTING. PAP
erhanging. kalsomining. Work guar
anteed. Terms reasonable. Phone
2035-J. 1464 Ferry.
FOR WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
announcements, see Bertelson, printer,
" Y " Buildine. '
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES
at private hospital. I have best of
enninment. Phone 1959 J.
PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA PERFUME CO. EX
tracts, toilet articles. Mrs. Moyer..
170 South 23rd. Phone 1224.
MARGARET BURNS PUBLIC STEN
ocrspber. 408 Mssonic Bldg. Phone
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 201 8A-J
lem Bank of Commerce Bldg. Kates
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397-J. Kbop, 17 Union
street. A. L. Godfrey.
NORTHWESTERN PIPE CO WHOLE
ie aid retail plumbing supplies. 19
N Commercial Phone 17
UNION SIGN fo SIGNS WITH KICK.
Sbowean: that talk. 424 N. Co turner
cial Hhi.ne 540.
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
repairing, gaiety mors, etc. Mewart s
Repair Shop, 347 Court street.
BN WHKELER EVERYTHING RE
paired. General sharpening, chimney
s 17th St. phut,e 141b-W.
SECOND HAND GOODS
HIGHEST riilCES PAID FOR SECOND
imiiil clothing and shoes. Also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing. Call
a"d ieln-rr Capua! Kxchange, 342
North Commercial. Phone 13bij-A
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of ail kinds, pipe fittings, bar
iifsi, collars, co lar psds, tools, snd
chains. Fred Schindler, 258 Center
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 195 SOUTH
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE. RE
fuse of all kinc'a removed. Cesspools
cleaned. Phone 998.
REJUVENATE YOUR TIRED AND NER
vous body by a scientific massage.
Home treatments. Selma Willing, Or
egon B!d Phone 110.
DE LUXE STUDIO SOMETHING DIF
ferent in phonography. 147 N. Com' I
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR,
211 9 Hith. and Ferry
STOVES STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED--
40 years experience. Depot National
fence, sizes 26 to 28 inches high.
Paints, oil snd varnishes, etc., logan
berry snd hop hooks. Salem Fence
and Stove Works. 250 Court street.
LANHAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAXI-TRANSFER CO.,
Liberty & Ferry. Phone 77. Dry
slab 16-inch wood for sale.
MERCHANTS TRANSFER PHONE
252. 554 Ferry street.
ARMSTRONG TRANSFER LOCAL AND
long distance hauling a specialty. Stand
State and High. Phone 195.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St, phone 933. Distributing
forwarding snd storsge our specialty
Get our rates.
O. E. Depot
11 :00 a.m.
Leave Salem, O. 8. Depot 7:00 a.m.
il:0o a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Leave Monmouth Hotel 8:15 am.
1:00 p.m., U:15 p.m.
Leave Independence Hotel 8:30 a.tn
1:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m.
Special trips by sppointment.
Seven passenger car for hire.
. W. PARKER. Prop.
Res. Phone Fl! Business phone 7
SALEM WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO.
Office, 301 South Com'KSt. Ten per
cant discount on domestic flat ri.tei
paid in advance. No deductions for
absence or any cause unless whter is
shut off your premises.
FOR SAWING WOOD CALL 1959 J.
Stine A Son.
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phone 246. Fisher Bros
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSK: OPEN
Sunday morning 8 o'clock. Ameriesn
style. 110 V North Commercial. Phone
A. J. FOSTER PAINLESS CHIROPO
disf. Corns, bunions, ingrown nails
removed. 322 State St. Patton Blk.
CORNS AND CALLOUSES REMOVED
without pain. Appliances from indi
vidual impression. Dr. Tatro, Masonic
Bldg. Phone 442,
DR. O. L. SCOTT. P.S.C., CHIROPRAC
tor, 809-12 U. S. Bank Bldg.. Phone
87; Res. 828 R.
CHIROPRACTORS DR. R. P. AND
Pesrl M. Bradford, graduates snd post
graduates of the fust chartered school
of Chiropractors in the world. Ten
years in practice. Phone 526. Rooms
318-319 320 Oregon Bide,
THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE OP ME
ksno-Therspy. Masssge. steam baths,
e:octricity, medical gymnastics, V-ray.
medicated packs for rheumatism, run
down ronditions, stomach, kidneys,
etc. Home treatments given. Drs. G.
W. snd Ruth Brown. Swedish grsd
nstes. Rooms. 301-2 Oregon Bldg.
fRS WHITE - AND MARSHALL, 506
U. S. Bsnk Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician snd surgeon. Kirksville
graduate, 404-405 V. S. National Bank
Bldg. Phones Office, 919: Res. 614
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH. OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon, 403-404 Ore
gon Bidg. Phones, Office, 1394; Res
POMEROY A KEENE JEWELERS ANT
Optometrists. 888 Stste.
GLA8SES FITTED BY DR L. R. BUR"
dette st the Bow Optical Company.
325 Stste Street, opposite Ladd and
UNITED 8PANISH WAR VETERANS.
Camp 5. Armory. First, third Mondays.
BARGAIN OP A 8 ROOM HOUSE,
modern, on N. Commercial, paved cor
ner st $2300. Easy terms. See Wm.
Fleming. 841 Stste St.
FOR SALE NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE
Urge lot, with fmit and berries; close
to car. Price $1500, terms.
Brand new bungalow, 5 rooms, on psved
streets. $300 rash, balance like rent.
We : have good garage building that is
now bringing good money; close in. If
interested in any of these call at 212
H. L MARSTERS .
BARGAIN $3,750 BVYS THIS 0 RuOM
plaktereu bungalow, tut full base
meet, laundry lras, living room, J.u
ing room, 3 bedrooms, kilcbeti, bath,
toilet. Urge porch, gs, -lectric light.
.r-plai e, rooms uewly papered and
Lt-wly painted oulaid liarage. rem
flit walss, paved fclreel. Lot 5cxl5v
L, A, Hayford
3oS State St.
VACANT LOTS WE HAVE A LARGE
lint Buy befor tbe demand appears.
The Fleming Realty Co. 341 State St
SMALL AND LARGE FARMS. CITY
homes and choice lota. Fire and aulo
Arthur E. Peterson
229 Oregon Bldg. s
FOR SALE I HAVE A CLIENT THAT
will build a house to suit you and
sell it to you on easy payments. l.-t
me know the location and- plan that
331 'i State St.
SACRIFICE SALE '127 Vi ACRES FIN
est and best improved land- in Waldo
Hills, 2V miles to railway station:
close to school and church. New barn
about 38x70 with 20 foot posts. Gram
elevator with cenent bins inside. Ce
meat silo, new meern four room col
tsge. water system, woven wire fences
Grain, hay, live stock, machinery snd
equipment valued at over $3,000. All
for only 1 17,000 on reasonable terms.
A. C. Bohmstedt, 40? Mssonic Temple,
FOLLOW THE CROWDS AND BUY A
lot on North Fifth street. We Save
only a few more left. Come sn.l see
ua. Krueger, Realtor, Oregon ll'.i'g.
SALE OR TRADE
40 seres good land, lays smooth, ssndy
soil; about 15 acres clear, balance
bruh pasture, pearly new six room
bungalow, good barn and outbuild
ings. On countr road mile and hall
from town. Price $3000. Or Trill
tiane for horse in Salem. 2bO acre
river bottom farm, good improvements,
$65 per acre. Good bungalow, $1250.
Choice residence lot near State house.
$1750. For bsrgains in houses oi
land, see F. L. Wood. 841 State St.
10 ACRES IMPROVED. MAl.ir iit
from carline, 5 room house, bsrn, jar
sge. 2 acres logans, family orchards,
all good soil, well drsined. Will tske
house not over : $2000. Price $doi'
and a bargain. . Let us show you ;
i cssh or trade.
S. R. PEARSON
210-211 U. S. Bank Building
FOR RENT GOOD SEVEN ROOM
house unfurnished. Money to loan on
Square Deal. Realty Co.
NOTICE OF SALE Or OOVERNMENT
GENERAL LAND OFFICE, WASHING
TON, D.C.. OCTOBER 80. 1921.
Notice is hereb- given that aubject to the
conditions and limitation of the Acta
of June 9, 1916: (89 Stat. Via;, anu
June 4, 1920 4l Stat. 758). and the
:..i.nriiini of tha Secretary of the In
terior of September 15, 1917, and June
22 1920, the timber on the following
land will be sold at 10 o'clock a.m..
December 5, 1921. at public auction ai
h. fnii.d States land office at Port
i,.d nmn. to the hizhett bidder si
not less than the appraised value a shown
by this notice, sale to oe su eject vo mr
approval of the Secretary of the Intervr
Tbe purchaae price, with an aoaiiiona
.in.fifth nf one oercent thereof
being commission allowed, must be de
posited st time of sale, money to
....n. it U not aDDroved. other
natent will issue lor the timbei
which must be removed within ten year
B.dt will be received from eitixens of th
m.ij Mt.t associations of such eitix
ens snd corporstlons organixjd unrn
th lawa of the United States or sny
-tate, territory or district therof on'y
Upon spplication of a qualified porcliaaer
the limber -m any legal subdivision wil
be offered sepsrately before being n
eluded in anv offer of a l'Sr,.,B,. ,
T. 4 S, R. S B, See. 17, SWK.NEV. ,
fir 360 M ES. WJ4. f
SWW KWli, fir 1050 M, SE NW,
fir 1650 m7sW NW. fir 750 M..
KEU SI5. fir 330 M, cedar 25 M.. j
Nwli BE, fir 850 M, SE SE
hr 1025 M, cedar 95 M- hemblock 8
M, SW 8E14i fir l M, pine 20
M SEV1 SW4. fir 1550 M., NW
SW14. fir 1480 M. SK 8WJ4.fi'
1275 M, SW4 SW. fir 475 M, Sec
91 VFVi NE4 ' fir 1320 M., cedar 180
M.' hemlock 150 M, NW NE fir
1440 M, cedar 340 M, hemlock 290 M..
ori vru fir; 1940 M., cedar 70 M.
sS&s'" ?f S: af
fir 2340 M, cedar, 50 M,hem
tick 100 M St NW4. fir 1950 M,
!!&" '. '
iWU SWi fir 2900 M, SE14 8W4.
fir 2000 M.SWH SWli! fir 2550 M,
nose of the fir cedar, hemlock r pine
timber to be sold for less than $2 per
M. , .-a TJCIi.lrl.ani
(Signed) ueo. n. ..-,
Acting Commissioner Oenersl Land office
MUST SELL AT ONCE WILL SACRI
iv r..rnm modern cottage at
icii Km. street. Laree lot, fruit,
ri;.v, walnuts and caraee. Price
$375i), terms; Phone 1014.
c, . t r- rfb t i TiF 120 ACRES
run oal,k .... -
n- n , i. Ani,n, Htween Hebo ano
rinvoritsle fiood house, barn and lam
ily orchard. Stock snd implement
with plact. Price $7000. $3000 down
or would consider Marion County resi
estate nesr Salem in that amount Bal
ance easy terms. Harry Douglas, Hebo.
10 seres of first class fruit land, all
cultivated, best of red hill land, fine
for loganberries, strawberries, prunes,
cherries, walnuts snd filberts. Price
$1250. $200 down, balsnce $10 pet
month', 6 percent interest.
We hsve somer fine acre lots located
south of Salem, close to csr line and
paved highway, sightly locstion, best
of drainage, fine bnilding sites. Price
$400, $25. down, balance easy terms.
6 percent interest.
6-i acres timber and bmsh Una 'n
mile from south Commercial street car
line, sightly locstion. $1600, $30d
down, balance easy terms, 6 percent
interest. . , . .
150 acres of timber land, best of second
growth fir timber. Price $65 per
We" have some good buys in houses and
vscsnt lots, before buying see us.
W. H. Grabenhorst & bo.
275 State Street
101 acres, 80 cultivated. 15 beaverdam.
10 young logans, 2 sets buildings; 6
miles north of Sslem on the Highway;
sacrificed for immediate ssle; $160
per sere, halt cssh.
We have a first class farm here to trsde
for $100,000. California farm prop
erty; we can guarantee thia proposi
383 acre r"s':ry ranch. 340 seres cleared,
buildint-s sll complete, $12,000 in im
nroveinents. V mile from town near
Salem: orice $125 per acre. Will also
sell fine Gtitrnsey herd.
Will also sell fine Guernsey herd.
56 acres black grajiel soil, psrt clesred.
-:Minr. 300 ylls to school. $3800,
half cash. :
T...IH b4ik)0 house on small place; not
narticnlar about buildings. Must be
on good road. Call us at once with
Trade 160 seres in Wallows county for
Try ns for results; we sell or trade any
Realtors i 41 Stste
J 2 ROOM MODERN PLASTERED
houe, partly furnished, v. ail locate!
I or roouiicg or apartment house: tww
lrg Wis. garage and fruit. This is
offered at a bargain for o,uirk sale
6 room. Biutt'y u.oderu Louse, en paved
street. lance til. garage aud Iruit
Price $27uu. good teru.t
5 room Ihmisc-, $00 cash, bal
ance like rent
I large corner lot, close to school, car
line snd store It you want a goad,
well located lot at a bargain, see this.
We have the best in city property or
farm laud for the lowest price and
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
200 Gray Bldg
HOLLADAY LUGGAGE SPECIAL
Sale prices. Max IV Buren, 179 N.
dandy : room modern BUNUAi.ow 1
ilh cement taement. east front;
nouse goo, as new. macadam stret.
east Salem, near sohool. Price $3500.
R. A. Molmey, 2i'9 Oregon Bldg
LFT US EaplAIN THE NEW SYSTEM
of selling your property. Property
listed not exclusive. Your property
photographed. Brown, Magee and
Bessie fcayder. Over Busick's Store.
State and Commercial. Phone 559.
FOR SALK w" :;AVE SOME FINE
- acre lots located close to South
Commercial street rarlme and paved
highway, sightly location, good drain
age, all cultivated snd sowed to oats
and vetch; this is fine tree and
berry soil. Price $400; $25 down,
balance $10 per month, interest 6 per
rent. W. H. Grabenhorst A Co., 275
FOR SALE OR TRADE
T2 seres 12 miles from Salem, 50 acres
under cult nation, some timber; 1
acre of logans, 1 acre of strawberries.
Good 5 room house, partly furnished,
ftoor1 barn and outbuildings. Team and
tools go with plsre. Value $9,0o0.
'"5 acres, II miles from Salem; 45 arret
in crop, balance timber snd pasture,
good 7 room house, good outbuildings.
Value $9,500, equity $4,500; sell or
7 miles 8.W. of Monmouth, 195 seres;
125 under cultivation, 70 of good oak
timber, good bldgs. Value $19,500.
Sell or trade.
ifl acres on Westside highway, 40 acre
of prunes, balance under cultivation,
fair buildings. Value $14,000. Sell
or trade. Will divide.
17 acres, 10 acres of fruit, good build
ings. Close to town snd school on
good road. Value $6,500. Trade for
Eastern Oregon. Idaho, Washington and
Canadian land to trade for vallev land.
LAFLAR & LAFLAR
40-7 Oreron Bide.
Notice is hereby given that 1
iiave impounded the following de
scribed dogs in compliance with
Ordinance No. 1404. to-wit: One
male, long-haired, bird dog, white
md brown spots, weight about 40
pounds. One black Water Span'el.
male, weight abnut 20 pounds.
Dne male, ShepherJ, dark yellow,
weight about 30 pounds. One fe
male, yellow and white spots,
weight about 30 pounds. The
above described dogs will be
killed if not redeemed by owners
on or before November 19, 1921,
as provided in said Ordinance.
W. S. LOW. Street Commissioner
Adele yarHdon's New Phitse of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
THE WAY LILLIAN MANAGED
KATIE AND JIM-
Katie answered the summoning
"You vant someting. Meesis
Graham?" she asked, smiling at
"No, I m the one who wants
something,. Katie," Lillian said
"Is Jim anywhere around?"
"He down in kitchen helping:
me do dishes. We go to movies
soon as we get fixed."
Her voice expressed .the strong
hope that no task of Lillian'
would upset the plan for - the
"movies." My friend's eyes
tw.nkled, but her voice was
"I don't want Jim to do any
thing tonight that will keep you
from the movies,' she said "But
I've heard of a desk and a draw
ing board that I want to buy. 1
need them while I'm here witk
Mrs. Graham, and 1 find I can
get a bargain in them. But they
won't deliver them so I want
"Oh, dot Jeetn! He get any-
tlng like dot so easy." Katie in
terrupted with sublime ignorance
of her Impertinence. "I run, tell
heem you vant to see heem in
dot shake of sheep's tail. I feen
teh dishes oop qveeck, and we not
be late by movies?" Her voice
"I won't keep him five min
utes," Lillian promised, and be
fore a similar interval of time
had elapsed, Jim, awkward, but
with honesty and eagerness to
please wirtten atl over his face,
knocked at the door and entered.
"Sit Down, JimJ"
I confess I waited with curious
interest to hear what Lillian
would say to Jim. I had caught
my breath with admiration at the
clever manner in which she had
forestalled Katie's possible cur
iosity by telling her the truth,
which yet was not a truth. Jim
would be abls to go upon his er
rand without being annoyed by
questions from his temperament
I could imagine the life Jim
would lead if Katie got the idea
that he was employed upon some
mysterious errand which he must
keep a secret from her. She
would have the truth out of him
in no time. But with Katie satis
fied. I knew that Jim would Yol
nnteer no further information to
her, and as for his betraylnc ou"
confidence to any one else 1
knew that wild h'r n
draw a single syllable from him.
"Sit down, Jim." Lillian push
ed forward a chair, and he sat
down in it awkwardly. "Did Ka
tie teH you what we wanted of
"She said something about your
wanting me to get a desk and a
board from some place that
wouldn't deliver them," he re-
M HEART ID
That what want Katie
think, and yo mast not tell t
otberwlse." Linian eaid imprv?.-
sively. j -
I saw a startled look flaata
to Jim's eyea. Lnt h liupaasirelr
kept aileut, waiting for hr next
"Mrs. Graham and I hare la
friend who is in serious trouble
Lillian went on slowly, "Ther -is
a way in which we can help
her by keeping a desk which be
longs to her until she la able to
take care of it herselT. But U
roust not be known to certain
1 a . tt m- . . a ...
reopie mat airs, uranara nat tae
Lillian paused, evidently for
the more careful framing of ncr
words. But I was watching Jim s
open face. At the pronoun "her":
which Lillian had u?ed I had seen
an incredulous look; flash Into his
eyes, and suspected that Jim-had
recognized the fact that the friend
we were trying to help and shield
was Kenneth Stockbridge. j
"I do not know Just yet where)
you will be sent after the' desk."
Lillian went on- "But I want rnu
to be ready all day tomorrow to
go anywhere at a minute' no
tice, and above all things you
must give Katie no Inkling that
your errand is other than she
thinks. I am telling you this
now bo that you may realise the
importance of this errand and be
leady for ft." ,
"Katie nor anyboCy else won't
hear nothing from me," Jim said
earnestly, "and I Auesa Mrs. Gra-
1 ham knows that it there'a any-
tmng sne wants done and it's a
possible thing for me to do i U,
it's as good as done."
His eyes were turned on me
with loyalty and fidelity that
warmed my heart. Jim Is one of;
the rarities of this earth, a man
who remembers kindnesses dona
and tries to repay them. I har '
known always, understanding my
little maid's volatile nature j o
well, that Katie, devoted as she is
to me, upon several occasions
would have reft my aenrice in the
heat of her tempestuous outbursts
of anger had her husband not re
strained her by his rugged com
mon Bense and loyalty. -
This task which' Lillian had
laid upon Jim would be beautiful
ly performed. She could have
chosen no better henchman, i
(To be continued) j
ADVICE FOlt WOMEN WHO
SUFFER j ....
I advUe every woman who suf
fers with kidney trouble to try
roiey tvianey fins" write Mr.
Bessie Brawner. 252X Scofield
Ave.. Cleveland, O. "I could not
do my housework, but since tak
ing Foley Kidney Pills I feel Ike
a new woman and am able to do
my work " Rheumatism, swollen
ankles and backache, stiff Joints,
sore muscles and sleep disturbing
bladder ailments indicate disord
ered kidney. Foley Kidney Pill
uct promptly. Sold everywhere.
Adv. ; -
Judge Grants Divorce to
Mrs. Hannah L V. Sim:
DALLAS. Ore.. Nov. 17. -(Special
to The Statesman) Clrcu'l '
Judge Harry H. Belt has granted
ft divorce to Hannah L. V. Sims
from Robert T. Sims after a voy
age on the sea of matrimony, '
which lasted exactly two months.
He also granted Mrs. Sims the
right to ase her maiden name. .
Hannah. L. V. Sweet. The couple
were married In this city In May
1920 at which time Mrs. Sims was
a waitress In the Gall hotel and
Sims was night clerk. After -two
months of married life the. defen
dant disappeared and all efforts
of the wife to locate him were
fruitless. Tbe cause of divorce as
filed In the complaint was deser
Classified Ads. In The
Statesman Bring Results
Skim Milk j't
For Feeding Purposes
Phone 688 I
f SALEM MARKETS 1
Prices quoted are wholesale snd are
prices received by farmers, Ne retail
prices are given.
Osts. milling, net 40e,
Whest. No 1. 8Jf.
Oats, feed, 35c
Vetch and Oat hay, $12.
Clover hay, $10.
Mill run mill feed. $24.
EGOS, BUTTER BUTTE SPAT
Creamery bntier. 49c.
Butterfat, 45e. j V
(tens, ligni, toe.
Hens, heavy, 2.1c.
Chickens, spring, 15c,
Roosters, old, 8e lOe.
Turkeys, live. 30c. I
Turkevs, drvied. Oc O 3Sei
PORK. MOTTO AMD BEEP ' '
Hog. 7V4r f 8 54 c T
Lambs. Sc. . , J ' " ' -
Top veal, 13c. f if
Pork, dressed. 111 0 lis.
Steers. 4c $e,, . -
B"1U 8C' i""r'
Tokay grapes, lie. ' '.
Emperor grapes, tie, . i
Bananas, S Vie. -j ,
Lemons, $7.00. " 1
Navel oranges, $7. ' --
Florida grapefruit, $6 0 $7.50.
California grape trait, $6. . , t
HncklebeiTies, 15e. ' l
Washington Cranberries, box, 5.75-
VEGETABLES , I . .
Sweet potatoes. 4e. j V
Potatoes, $1.80. - a
Cabbage. Ittc - . f"
California tomatoes, lug, 3.i
Cncnmbers. $125. .; f
Cauliflower, $2. '..! 1
Turnips. e2Ao. e " .-"'.
Bell peppers, lb, lie. ; f J
Psrsnipa. 2. - J. ,.. . "
Oregon anions, $4. , 7 -j . . 1
Carrots,' $1.25. - - ., . , ' ; .
Head lettuce, ?5e. . 1
Celery 8S. .
Beets, $2 fl.
sates, rras, hohet
THtee, 15e. . , . ; . :
Package dates, ease, IT.
Pigs. 12. -r: I
Comb honey, ease.
Coooa-.ats. dosen, 1.8S,
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