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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1921
, Rate Per Word:
Per Insertion -. ta
Thre Insertions , , ,
Om Week (six insertion) tie
One Month .
Bis moot a' contract, per mo 15
13 sueatha contract, per sao12e
Minima for any advert iasment. 2&e
rmn cfsunANCB bocxett
Thleboa, Roland Bnrghardt
Afttt S71 Heat Bt
1 MONEY TO LOAN
Oft Real Eiuu
T. K. FORD
, (Ortr Lnvdd ft Bull Bank)
LOANS REAL ESTATE
Wa laaar anything Wt hav th money
o loan Par m back lika rant Oar
ferae an4 eity pro party lists ara com
plete, idee aa firat.
LAP LAB ft LAFXAR
406-T Oregon Bid. Phone 1844
you cannot Afford to be with-
out lira protection, when oar ratea are
so low, (iet your fira iaauranee fixed
' ap today, titaudley A Foley, Agts.,
', MeMinnvllle Co.. phone 347. Bush Bk
FUH SALE A 1250 I.B. MAKE, 11
yaara old, will work single or double.
Price $60.v Phone 01F31,
LET THE WARDROBE TAKE CARE
. , . i . , itn a l. u:-i.
vi jour cwkuva, sie
FINE COURT STREET HOME NINE
rooma with sleeping porch. Foil ee
, ' meat basemeat, faraace. Htrietly mod-
era except fireplace. Oarage. Large
lot. All klnda trait and nuts. K.
A. Mebpey, ao Oregon Bldg.
JiRESRMAKCsO , ' CARRIE ROOER3
Ashby, 604 tL-'zlstV-' Phone 37IR.
FOR SALE 1814 ACRE?, ACRES 1N
loganberries. Good house and barn.
Stork and implements to with plac.
Priee 50O0. 8. U. Aekereon, Route
6, Bos 22.
FOR SALE 1850 CASH. OI.DSMOB-
lle eight cylinder roadster. Gabrel
aaubbera, fully eoaipped. Run like
new. Far demonstration phone 181 8-J
LOST MONDAY NIGHT IN BUSINESS
e section of Salem, begiaer'a harmony
hook. Pleaaa retnra Vu Renika L.
Swart, 115 N. Liberty St. '
BARGAIN IN WOOD NICE DRY
limbs, $8; choice second fir, 80.50;
pole oak, 98. Pboue 254 or after of
lieo hours 822.
J FOR BALE BLACK WALNUTS FOR
V planting. . 780 N. Front etreet.
. FOR RENT 4 ROOM H0C8R AND TWO
" Iota on- food street. See Ben F. Wast,
! S70V -BtaU street. , ' v
TALLMAN PIANO. REPAIR 8H0P
t Tunint, rennlshing. reotiiioint. pjayrr
. piano expert. Phons l85. 121 South
Commercial, - ' -
XOTICK OF BOND' SALE 'BY
; STATE TUKASVJIIKH -
, L RabIaiI hidn will be received by
the Btate of Oregon, at the office
of the state treasurer, saiem, ure
ron. up to 11 o'clock a, m. on
VnvMiknr 58 '19S1 for SIIT blOCK
of bonds described In the attached
list. Separate bias must. te". ten,-
. - aerea ior escu uiuts, s u
; will be sold to the highest cash
' bidder, accrued interest to oe aa-
ded to the amount of the bld..The
RtniM Treasurer reserves the right
f t reject any and all bid! and to
- rii any or an or tne oonas 01
. t nr1 , . -
i ' These bonds are securities
which the State of Pregon has
i purchased with funds of the State
i t n 4 u atrial Accident '? Commission
iand are being sold by the State
' Treasurer under the viutnority 01
Rw-tlnn Kfi2S Oregon Laws, as
ameranded by Sect'ou 11 of Chap-
ter 311, General laws oi Oregon
tnr 121. ' '
The legality of the Issuance of
all the- bonds offered has been ap-
. proved by the Attorney General of
Oregon. - - 1 . . ?
V All bids must be made uncondi-
tionally and accompanied by a cerr
t tified check payable to 0. P. Hoff,
State Treasurer, .for, 5 per cent of
; the amount ' of the bid, which
check will be forfeited to j the
State of .Oregon 1( the successful
bidder ialls to cora ?ete hi a pur-
1-' chase. '' - 5 lr:-
, ' . 8tate Treasurer.
State of Oregon., Irrigation Dis
trict Interest 6 1-2 per cent
bonds, general' obligation of the
State of Oregon, dated Jane 1,
1920, due October -ii,7l Ml, wlth
. out option of prior payment, Int
JD, Denominations, 37 ll.OOO
bonds, 1 $500 bond, $3?.S00. ' v
State of Oregon, Irrigation D's-
, trlct interest l-z per cent bonds,
general obligation of the State of
Oregon, dated June 1, 1920, due
October 1, 1948, without option
V of prior payment.' Int JD, denomi-
nations. 40 (1000 bonds, 1 $500
bond. $40,500. .
o Klamath County, Oregon 5 per
cent Road Bonds, dated July 1,
1919, due serially July 1, 1934.
1936. Int JJ, denomination $1000,
$58,000. - . '
School District No. 61, TJmatill
County, Oregon 8 per cent bonds,
dated February 1, 1910, due Feb
ruary. 1, 1930, optional 10 years
from date, Int FA, denominations
. School District No. 9, Tilla
mook County, Oregon, 5 1-2 per
cent bonds, dated January 1, 1920,
due January 1, 1940, optional aft
er January 1.7 1930. int JJ. de-
nominations, 14 $1,000 bonds, 1
$500 bond, $14,600."
, . School District No, 3, Multno
mah County,- Oregon 5 1-2 per
cent bonds, dated April 1, 1920,
' due April 1. 194 Q, optional after
April 1.- 1931. Int AO, denomina-
tlons $1,000, $35,000. -
, . School District No. 53, Klamath
v Couhty, Oregon 6 per cent bonds,
dated May 1. 1921, due serially
May 1. 1928.1941, without option
of prior payment. Int MN, denom
inations $50 o, 121.000.
v WOOD CHOPPERS WANTED
, Sealed bids will be received by
the County Court of Marion Coun-
. tv. Oregon, until November 30.
a 921, at 2 o'clock P. M. for the
cutting of 250 cords of old and
'; second growth fir wood on the
' County" farm at Hopmere, eight
I miles North of SalemJ 'Bids will
, be received for all or any part.
' t , .Right reserved , to reject l. any
and all bids. -'
V ' u COYER, County Clerk.
6 ROOM JIOl'SE AND GOOD LARGE
lot, on peve street, hath, toilet, city
water; 4 room downstair and twa
op for only $26O0. Sea Ban F. Weet.
870 ft fctate street.
Notice of AMM-otment for rhe
Improvement of North Op4tol
Strret rom the South Lino of
Shipping Html to the North
Curb line of Marti sort Street in
the CSty of Salem, Mai4on
- County, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, will, at or about
7:30 o'clock P, M. on the 5th
day of December, 1921. cr at the
name . hour at any subsequent
meeting; of the Common Council
thereafter at the -Council Cham
bers in' the City of Salem, Oregon,
proceed to assess upon each lot,
part of lot or parcel of land liable
therefor, its proportionate share
of the cost of improving North
Capitol street fronr the south line
of Shipping street to the north
curb line of Madison street in the
City of Salem, Marion County,
All persons Interested in the
said assessment are hereby noti
fied to appear - at said time and
place before the said Common
Council and present their objec
tions, if any 'they have, to said
assessment and apply to the said
Common Council to equalize their
proportionate share of said assess
ment. Date of first publication hereof
is November 23, 1921.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 21st day of November,
KARL RACE. City Recorder.
WANTED ZN ERG ETIC YOUNG MAN
who has had experience sellinf life
insaranco, stocks or advertising. Must
be able to devote his entire time and
bo ambitious tor advancement. Muat
hare the courage to present business
proposition to merchants and profes
sional men. Answer in your own hand
writing atating age, educational qual
ifications, experience aa solicitor, ate.
Addreaa "I No. SI." Statesman office.
57 MILES PER GALLON MADE WITH
new patented) gasoline vaporiser. Write
for particulars. Strsniky Vaporiser
Co, Pukwana, S. D.
SALE8MEN GET THIS MAKE BIG
money presenting the Twinko Service
to housewives ; your money every day;
very attractive; no capital necessary;
we deliver. Address Twinko Company,
4523 Shilshola Ave. Seattle.
MALE AMD fEMALB
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
take farm paper subscriptions. A good
proposition to the right people. Address
the Pacific Homestead, Statesman Bldg.
FACIALSCALP TREATMENTS, VIO
let ray; manicuring, shsmpooint. Or
: agon Bath House. Phono S40.
ASTROLOGY STARS TELL LIFE'S
story. Send btrthdste and dims for
trial reading. Eddy, Westport St. 83
SA Kansas City, Missouri. .
EPILEPTICS WOULD YOU CASE TO
learn about New Rational treatment
for .immediate, relief of EPILErSY.
positively stopping seUsurei from first
davs me. Information FitKE. "S"E
CIATTST" Drawer C-592, Lander,
FOR SALE FEMALE CANARIES, 50c
' for ' abort time only. . Phono 1280.
1030 Chemeketa St. ' -
IF "YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, aenda 15e to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem,. Oregon, for n three
months trial subscription. Mention
this ad. ----
"ALADDIN READY CUT HOUSES"
80 percent saved in cost of cons trac
tion. Chss. F. Smith, factory repres
entative, 620 Northwest Bank Bldg,
FOR SALE A SPAN OF FOUR YEAR
old colts. Phone B3F12.
APPLES' DELIVERED, PHONE 4 F 2.
FOR SALE AN ALMOST NEW ROUND
oak pedestal dining table. Phone 520.
FOR 8ALIV POTATOES, 92 A 8ACK.
Hay. $1 par ton. Phone 209 W.
FOB, 8ALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, - 10
cents a handle. Cirealatkon department,
GASOLINE AND OIL TANKS
from the largest to smallest. L. A.
WoatacotL factory representative. S84
8. 12th fit, phona 160 2 J.
THE HOUSE OF HALF A MILLION
and one bargains. Wa buy, aall or
exchange anything and every th Int in
' the line of Junk or aeeond hand goods.
Boa us before yon buy or sell. Stein
' bock Junk Co. Remember the plaon.
403 N. Commercial St. Phona S2S.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
Aa especially good aalectioa of the songs
yon have been wanting, with words and
music complete. No matter how many
aongbooks yon have, yon should have
thia one, containing the Oregon songs.
Prices: Single copies, 25c; 16ft cents
each in lota of dozen or more; $12.50
the hundred, postpaid. 8econd edition
printed since September.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
SIS B. Commercial St. Salem, Ore eon
FOR SALE LIVE PULLETS. ALL
kinds. Hop Lea, 436 Ferry street.
POULTETMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
coat stamps tor special three months'
trial for the beat and oldest Journal
in the weat. The articles and adver
tisement' are ef apecial interest to
-the pontO breeders of the northwest
Northwest sultry Journal, 211 Com
merelal St.. Salem. Oregon.
FOR BIO FIR, SECOND GROWTH OAK
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
$1550. 4 foot old fir, $7. Phons
16 INCH 8LAB AND MILL WOOD,
$3.50 per load. Dry planer moot,
$3.50 per load Tracy Wood Co.
Phone 620. V - .
DRY WOOD FOR SALE 8ECOND
tVowth fir, $6 and $6.50; oak, $8,
four foot; 16 inch oak. $9; four foot
,A ash. - 7. 25. Armstrong Transfer,
Phone 1,9. Stand, state ana High.
FOR 8 ALE BEST GRADE MILL WOOD
'. seeonA growth end old fir, 4 ft. or
16 in. r-ed E. Wells, Phono 1542.
Use Statesman Classified Ads-
FOR RENT 3 ROOM FURNISHED
apartment. For sale, IS Buttercup
ht-ns. 1047 S. Commercial. Phone
FOR RENT tOZU.Y FURNISHED 3
block south of Masonic temple. Phone
room apartment. 392 8. High Ht. Three
7itf, office p ho ti e 419.
FOR RENT 2 FURNISHED ROOMS,
160 Union St. Phone 97-R.
FOR RENT FOUR FURNISHED
rooma ta reliable party, no children.
589 N. High.
FOB RENT HOUSEKEEPING, ALSO
sleeping rooms. Cottage Aparttneiita,
ISO Court Strret.
FOR REST ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
in modern home and centrally located.
Pleaae give name and addreaa. E,
HOUSE FOR RENT Pboaa 2087W.
F. L. WOOD 341ft STATE ST, REAL
LOST AND FOUND
LOST LADY'S WALTHAM WATCH;
"P" inscribed on outside. Phone 80tR
A REWARD OF $10 WILL BE PAID
for the return of a 9x12 Axminster
rug lost off our truck between 8ilver-
ton and Salem. H. L. Stiff Furniture
Co., Liberty at Court streets.
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER
Capitol City Bedding Co. Phone 19.
WANTED $3000 LOAN ON GOOD CA
nadian farm. Phone 151AM.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS WANTED
Magoon, Marshall, Everbearing, etc.
Ward K. Richardson.
WANTED WOOD DEALER WANTS TO
buy dry oak and fir. Armstrong
Transfer. Phona 195.
WANTED FORD COUPE FOR CASH.
O. 8. PRATT, Rt. 9, Bos 34. Salem,
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
ware and furniture. Best prices paid
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
AND FURNITURE CO.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 947
TRACY'S 8TORAGE GARAGE S44
W. C. VRIGHT, 171
AUTO TOP UPHOLSTERY WORK
guaranteed. 553 South 12th. Phone
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
8MITH-W ATKINS, 147 NORTH HIGH.
risk, Biiverton cord. Hood extra ply
tires. Everything for snto.
USED CARS V
FOR SALE OAKLAND TOURING CAR.
New w illard battery, rear casings new.
Bee at 1258 Chemeketa. Phona 1403 J.
FOR SALE 191. S PASSENGER
ugoi ear. food condition, gooo tires,
$150. Merohaate Delivery, 654 Ferry
WANTED LIGHT TRUCK IN EX-
chsne oa Hudson, Eases or Baby
Overland. Prod Kirk wood. 246 State
AUTQ8 WEIGHED IS. 2395 FRONT
OARAGE AND REPAIR
FAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES. AC
eeeeoriea, used ears. Our work guar
anteed. 2641 Portland Road. Phone
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER, 245
cenie mono eo.
HOFFMAN ZOSEL TIRE REPAIR
ing. vulcanising, retreading; 197 South
commercial street. Phone 471.
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICK, 8TUDE-
baker repairing. 178 South Liberty
80UTH COMMERCIAL GARAGE GEN
era! repairing and overhauling. 420
8. Commercial St Salem.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
AUTO ELECTRICIAN: EXPERT TROU-
ble ahooving. 288 North High. Phone
PRESTO LITE BATTERY SERVICE
atttioa. Expert battery and electrical
work. Farria Bros. Phone 1803, 418
8ALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
South 12th. Phone 28.
J. C. BAIR, RADIATORS. FENDERS.
Bodies repaired. 444 Perry.
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY, HOME
made candies, confections, eigsrs, mag
as ines. 1272 State.
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
Parlor, 110 North Commercial Street
! CARPET AMD RAO WEAVXNO
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING, COL-
onial styles and colors. Phate S4F21.
RELIABLE CHIMNEY 8WEEP JOHN
F. Bucklev. Phone 730-J.
DR. L. M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 8. High 8t, phone 283.
CLEANING. PRESSING DONE TO YOUB
1 satisfaction, Classy line of collars.
! ties. The Toggery, 1857 State.
BREWER DRUG CO. 405 COURT.
SECURE MY FIGURES ON WIRING.
By contract, by hour. At pre-war
prices. H W. Hatch, phone 1744-W.
MARION-POLK COONTY FARM LOAN
association baa .money to loan at aix
percent W. D. Smith, secretary-treasurer.
SOS Salem Bank of Commerce.
FRANK F. RICHTIR NEW. IE0OND
hand furniture, 849. M Oeasmarcial
rURNTTURB . HOSPITAL
FURNITURE REPAIRED OK MADS TO
, order. - Refiaisheing and npbolatertag
a apocialrty. Phone 1742. Brawn and
Grovee, 1201 South Commercial St.
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for sale. . Smith's, S01 North Commercial.
FRANKLIN LAUNER PIANO.
17th. Phone 1008-W.
GERTRUDE SMITH PIANO, SILVER
ton, Oregon . Green 801.
MRS. HENRT LEE PIANO.
Capitol. Phone 1017 W.
LAURA GRANT PIANO 8CH0OL
credit given. 38 N. High. Phoae
MINNETTA MAGERS VOCAL, DERBY
Building, Friday afternoon, Baturdiy-
JESSIE r. BUSH TEACHER PIANO,
formerly instructor Metropolitan Col
let Music, Philadelphia. 1363 South
Commercial. Phone 8a3-J.
LENA BELLE TARTAR
a true t ion. Phono 334.
DOROTHY PEARCK PIANO. $87
-North Winter. Phone 845-J.
NELLIE MULK.EY STONE PIANO
871 Leelie. Phone 751 W.
ALLIE CHANDLER PIANO. 251
North Cottage. Phone -W.
BEATRICE SHELTON PIANO STUDIO
345 Marion. Phone 8:SW.
LILIAN HARTSHORN PIANO 39
North Church. Phone 178.
T. S. ROBERTS PIANO, ORGAN, 270
South 14th. Phont 779.
DAN. F. LANGENBERO, VOCAL
Derby Bldg. Phone 2079.
LENA WATERS PIANO 1472 Mill
Phone 1184 M.
MOLLIE STYLE8 VOICE, PIANO, 859
Center. Phone 201b R.
JULIA MILLS WEIGEL PIANO. 1560
South Church. Pboaa 1391 K.
LUCILE ROSS PIANO. ORGAN, 498
North Liberty. Phone 1187-W.
MATT IE GILBERT STRING 1NSTRU-
tuetits. 157S State. Phone 1156 K.
MISS MABLE SHEPHERD PIANO-
player; dances, ail occasions. 257
BERTHA JUNK DARBY, AUTHORIZED
teacher, Godowsky Progressive Series
Piano. 679 North Cottage. Phone
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MUS-
ic of Chicago. Prank L. Churchill, representative.-
Diplrmas frsnted. Odd
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branches taught, diplomas granted
John R. Sites, director. 1237 Court
Phone 626. .
WENDELL HELM TUNING, REPAIR-
ing. Phone 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave ordera Will's
SHERMAN CLAY CO PIANOS, STEIN
ways. Duo-Art, and others. Moore
Dunn Music store. Masonic Temple.
GEO. C. WiLL PIANOS, PHONO
graphs, aawiag machines, aheet music,
and piano studies. Repairing phon
otraphs and sewing machines. 482
WHITE DANCING ACADEMY MRS.
R. L. White, principal. Phone 278 J.
LEONARD HOTEL NEW MANAGE
ment, clean neat rooma and apartments.
254 N. Front St.
CHERRY CITY HOTEL; ROOMS 75e
op ; dining room in connection, family
atyle. Corner High and State.
PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING PETE
Conley, Shoer. Brick shop, 253 Chem
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCI
company. J. C. Balch, agent, room 6.
MeCoraaek Bldg. Phone 96.
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY WITH
, Bairkera' Reserve Life; G. F, Booth,
General Agent, phona 7.098-W.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
MRS. ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCESS
Corseta, Phone 1043 R. 891 S. 12th.
MRS. BRECKENRIDGE HEMSTITCH
' ing, mail ordera solicited. 175 S. 19th,
Phone 17 M
SALEM ELjITE HEMSTITCHING
chsinstitching, pleating, buttons. 829
S30 Oregon Bldg. Phone 379.
FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING 449 N.
High. Mrs. Raid.
DRESSMAKING TAILORING, MRS.
Goodwin. 445 North Commercial.
MRS. C. JEPSON MODISTE, 2567
Oak, phona 929.
MRS VARTT, DESIGNER AND MAKER
Ladies' Suiu and Gowns. Over Mil
EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS BY THE
dsy. Phone 1413 J.
LA CLASIQUE GOWN SHOP EXCLU8
ive models. Expert designing. 331 Vs
MAUD SIMONS, DRESSMAKER 1710
Bel levee St.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer cores els to order.
2 McCornack Bldg.
EDITH M. ASHLEY DRESSMAKER
1345 Broadway. 1436 J.
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCED
dressmaker. Phono 197 1-W.
RUTH MeADAMS DRESSMAKER, 758
South 12th. Phone 1824-M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING
248 North Cottage. Phone 1552-W.
MESDAME8 SCOTT CHASE DRESS
makers. 219 State St. Phone 987.
THE ADSITTS ARE PREPARED TC
do any and all kinds of ladies tail
or int for old and new customers. 351
N. 12th street. Phone 2085-R.
MRS. C. A. GRIMM MILLINER. FAN
cv aprons, novelties and hand made
flowera. 5 19 -Court St.
MRS. HILDEBRAND. PLEATING 890
Booth 34th. Phone 798-M1.
HAT 8HOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'?
hats renovated and blocked. 495 Conn
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 136 S
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service. 1264
Hre.su wav Phene 1
FRED BLAKE. LANDSCAPE GARDEN
er. 1565 Sooth I.ib-etv. Phone IOS1-V
DR. H. J. ANDERSES MAGNETIC
healer. Dragleaa Phyaielaa. 418 Or
egon Biag. .Pbeae las, .
DON'T BE MISLED WE MAKE NEW
ma'treaees to order. We make over
o.d Distresses and guarantee aatisfac
tion. We do carpet clean ing. Otto
Zwirkrf Phone 1 1 54
MOUNTAIN BALM COL'Gn REM EDY-
Phone 517 -W.
M t'LTIG RAPHI XG, PRINTING PER
feet work; dep-nd.ble. M inkier Hed
, H"rr Mil Adv t'e, 218 Oregon Bldg.
MRti'-ASKIX PRACTICAL NURSE.
1409 N. fhur.-h St. Pboue 12t3 from
. a.m. to 7 p.m.
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE NURSE
Uinlf Ftorenee Hotel Phone
FRUTTI.AND NURSERY SALES YARD
1140 M f'i''' 540 St" ,rMt- Phone
WV;HMETTE VALLEY NURSERY
All kinds uorser; stock for sale. Rte
7. Phone 105F5.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City Nur
sery Co.. 426 Oregon BJJg. pboue 75.
FOR SALE OREGON IMPROVED AND
Wilson strawberry plants from inspect
ed .yards at 2 per lOOO, prepaid. J
B Peterson, Shaw, Oregon. Phone
MISS GOODHUE TAKES 8UBSCRIP
tions for all magaiinea. 251 S. 17th.
"treet. Phone 741-M
PAINTING AND DECORATING HIGH
class work for particular people. L. D.
Brandon, contractor. 365 North High.
AUBREY H. CLARK PAINTING, PAP
erhanging, kalsomiaing. Work guar
anteed. Terms reasonable. Phone
2035-J. 1464 Ferry.
FOR WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
announcement, sea Bertelaon, printer,
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES
at private hospital. I have best of
equipment. 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-
ograpber.b 408 Masonic Bldg. Phons
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 201 SA-
lem Bank of Commerce Bldg. Ratea
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397-J. Shop, 127 Union
street. A. L. Godfrey.
NORTHWESTERN PIPE CO. WHOLE-
sale and retail plumbing supplies. 219
N. Commercial. Phone 179.
UNION 8IGN CO. SIGN 8 WITH KICK.
ShowesrC thst talk. '424 N. Commer
sial. Phone 546.
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
CUTLERY GRINDING UMBRELLA
-repaaruig, ssfety rasors. ete. Stewart's
Repair Shop, 847 Court street.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RE-
paired. General- thsrpsning, chimney
sweep. 1485 N. 17th St. phone 1418-W.
SECOND HAND GOODS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand clothing and shoes. Also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing. Call
and - deliver. Capital Exchange, 842
North Commercial. Phone 1368 W.
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of sll kinds, pipe fittings, bar'
nets, collars, collar pads, tools, snd
chains. Fred Schindler, 258 Center
WILLIAM'S SHOE HOP 195 SOUTH
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE, RE
fuse of all kinds removed. Cesspools
cleaned. Phone 998.
REJUVENATE YOUR TIRED AND NER
voua body by a acientifie massage
Home treatments, Selma Willing, Or
egon Bldg. Phone 110.
DE LUXE STUDIO SOMETHING DIF-
ferent in photography. 147 N. Com'l,
FRANK PALM MERCHANT
211 a High, snd Ferry.
STOVES STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years experience. Depot Nstionsl
fence, sises 26 to 28 inches high.
Paints, oil and varnishes, etc, logan
berry and hop hooka. Salem Fence
aad Stove Works. 250 Court street
LANHAM TAXI COMPANY
THE OREGON TAXI-TRANSFER CO,
Liberty A Ferry. Phone 77. Dry
stsb 16-inch wood for ssle.
252. 554 Ferry street.
ARMSTRONG TRANSFER LOCAL AND
loot distance hauling a apecialty. Stand
State aad High. Phone 195.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
Stat St, phone 933. Distributing
forwarding and storage our specialty.
Get our rates.
O. E. Depot News Stand
t.-OO a.m. 8:15 a.m
11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
'5:00 p.m. 6:15 p.m.
Leave Salem, O. S. Depot 7:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Leave Monmouth Hotel 8:15 a.m,
1:00 p.m.. 6:15 p.m.
Leave Independence Hotel 8:30 a.m,
1:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m.
Special trips by sppointmeot.
Seven passenger car for hire.
J. W. PARKER. Prop.
Rea. 'Phone 15 Business phone 7
SALEM WATER, LIGHT POWER CO.
Office, SOI South Com' I St. Tee. per
cent discount on domestic flat rr-tea
psid in advance. No deductions for
absence or any eauae nnleaa water ia
shut off your premises.
FOR SAWING WOOD CALL 1959 J.
' Stlne Son,'.:" ri
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phone - $046, . Fane Bros,
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE OPEN
Saaday morning a a'eloca. AariraJi
stylo. llOa North Coaaaaareial. Pboaa
A. J. FOSTER
bunions. ingrown nsils
Sute St. Patton Blk.
CORNS AND CALLOUSES REMOVED
without pain. Appliaaeea from indi
vidual impression. : Dr. Tatro, Masonic
Bldg. Phone 442.
DR. O. L. SCOTT. P S C, CHIROPRAC
tor, 809 12 U. 3. Bank Bldg. Phone
87; Res. 828 R. :
CHIROPRACTORS t DR. R. P. AND
Pearl M. Bradford, graduates and post
graduates of the fliat chartered school
of Chiropractors is the world. Tea
years in practice. ; Phone 526. Rooma
818-319-320 Oregon Bldg.
SWEDISH f INSTITUTE
THE 8WEDISH INSTITUTE OP ME
kaao-Therapy. Massa$e, steam bathe,
e:ectrieity. medical gymnastics, V-rsy,
n.edicated packs for rheumatism, run
down conditions, : stomach, kidneys,
etc. Home treatments ten. Drs. G.
W. and Ruth Brown, Swedish grad
uatea. Rooma, 30 12 Oregon Bljf
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL, 506
U. 8. Bank Bldg.:
DR. W. L. MERCER. OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and surgeon. Kirksville
graduate, 404-405 U. S. National Bank
Bldg. Phones Office. 919; Rea. 614.
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon, 403-404 Ore
ton Bldg. Pbonea, Office, 1394; Rea.
POMEROY KEENE JEWELERS AND
Optometrieta. 888 : State.
GLASSES FITTED BY DR. L. R. BUR
dette at the Bow Optical Company.
825 State Street, opposite Ladd and
UNITED 8PANISH WAR VETERANS.
Camp 5, Armory. First, third Mondaya.
12 ROOM MODERN PLASTERED
house, partly furnished, well located
for rooming or apartment house; two
Urge lots, fsrsfe and fruit. This is
offered st a bargain for quirk ssle.
6 room, mostly modern house, on paved
street, large lot, garage and fruit.
Price $2700, good terms.
5 room house, $1200, $300 cash, bal
ance like rent.
1 large corner lot, close to school, csr
line and atore. ! If you want a goad,
well located lot at a bargain, ae thia.
We have the best in city property or
farm land for the lowest price end
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
200 Gray Bldg.
FOR SALE 5 ROOM BUNGALOW, NEW
and good location; fireplace, dutch
kitchen; $3500; : $750 down, balance
$30 a month.
331 State Street Phone 534
LARGE LOT SIDEWALK COMPLETE,
9-room house, barn sod chicken house,
with plenty of fruit; two blocks from
Slate St. Price $2600. Terma good.
Square Deal Co.
Phone 470 ' ' U. S. Bans
SMALL AND LARGE FARMS. CITY
homes and choice lota. Fire and auto
Arthur E. Peterson '
229 Oregon Bldg.
101 acres, 80 cultivated, 15 beeverdam,
10 young logsns, 2 seta buildinga; 6
miles north of Sslem on the Highway;
sacrificed for immediate' sale; $160
per acre, tiair cash.
We have a first class farm here to trade
for 8100,000. California farm prop
erty; we can guarantee this proposi
383 acre dairy ranch, 340 acres cleared.
buildings all complete, 812,000 in im
prevementa, Jx mile from town near
Salem; price $125 per acre; Will also
sen fine Guxrntey herd. -
Will slso sell fine Guernsey herd.
36 aerea black grave! soil,- part cleared,
buildings, 300 yards to school. 63800,
Trade. $4000 house on small place; not
particular about buildinga. Mast be
on good road. Call us at once with
Trsde 160 seres in Wallows county for
Try us for results; ws sell or trsds any
108 Acres en psved highwsy, fair blc'gs.
SO acres in cultivation, mostly bottom
land. Price $105 per acre.
40 acres close to Salem, all in ccltiva-
tion; will take city property in ex
rhsnge up to $5000. Price $10,500.
117 seres, good land, fair buildings,
$4,750. Vs cash,: terms on balance.
We have some good trades.
MILLS &; COPLEY
Realtors 331 H State St.
GOOD 7 ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE
two lota, garagr. Terms. Owner leav
ing town. 1973 N'. Commercial St.
FOR SALE 110 ACRES FINE LAND 12
miles south of Ostein, good house snd
barn; 200 acres cnltiv.ued, 100 acres
timber, 25 acres good sv-w timber, 110
aerea pasture; price $20,000; S 500O
down, bsiance terms to suit. This Is
s chance to mske some money.
0. H. CANNON
331 Bute Street : Phone 534
LET US EAPLAIN THE NEW SYSTEM
of selling your property. Property
listed not exclusive. Sour property
photographed. Brown, Msgee and
Bessie Snyder. : Over Bnsiek's Store.
State and Commercial. Phone 559.
FOR SALE A NEW FIVE-ROOM BUN
galow and garage; just off State St.
trice $4400. U5u rash, balance
terms. Many others. Krueger, 209
Oregon Bldg.' :
FOR SALE NICK SIX ROOM HOUSE
large lot, with fruit snd berries; close
to csr. Price $1500, terms.
Brand new bnngalow, 5 rooms, on psved
streets. $30O cash, balance like rent.
We have good garage building that ia
now bringing good money; close in. If
interested in any of then call at 212
H. L. MARSTERS
WANTED PASTURE, FEED AND
care for 12 head pure bred Jersey cat
TWO ROOM POTTAGT! AND THREE
lota on Fairinount hill, SloOO. A. C.
Bohrnstedt, 407; Masonic Bldg, Salem.
BARGAIN $3,750 B'CTS THIS 6 ROOM
plastered bungalow, with fuU base
ment. laundry trays, living room, din
ing room, 8 bedrooms, kitchSn, bath,
toilet, largo porch, gaa, elactrie light,
fireplace, rooma newly papered aad
newly painted outside. Garage, cem
ent walks, psved street. Let 50x150.
L. A.!riayford :
Realtor . : ! i "'-'.. SOS Stste 8L
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MOT1CR OF SALE Or OOYERNMXXT
GENERAL LAND OITICE, WASHING
TOM, D.C OCTOBER 80. laSX
Notice ia berb' given that akhject to the
conditions and UaaitatMin of tee Acta
of Juaa 9, 1914 (39 a tat. tie), and
Jane 4, 110 (41 hlat. 7i8). and tAe
iastructjoaa of the Secretary of the In
terior ef September 15, 1917, and June
22. I9i0. the Lmber on the : following
land will be sold at 10 o'clock aaa
December 5, IWXI, at public aucttea at
the Laited Stales land ofiice at Port
laud. Oregon, to the highest bidder at
not less than the appraised value as shewn
by thia nolle, aau to ho aubjees to the
approval 1 tba Secretary of she Iatrr.
The purchase price, with aa additional
saa of sine-fifu ef ens percent thereof,
being coauniaaiona allowed, muat be de
posited at time of sale, boobs v to be
returned it sal ia not approved, ether
wise patent will iasae tor tba iuubar
which must be removed within tea years
L.di will be received from eitiseas ef the
United States, aaaociatMne of such eitis
eas aad corporations ergaaiaud aaeer
th lawa of the tailed Slates or any
vUte, territory er diatrict theref only.
Upon applicatioa of a qualified purchaser,
the timber on any legal aubdiviaioa wUl
bo cUered aaparately before being . in
cluded ia aav offer of a larger wait.
T. 4 8, R. 8 E, See 17, SWfc, NEU,
fir 860 M NEVs. NW. fir 425 M,
NWW KWli. Iir 10&O U- SkU NWV.
fir 1650 M SW(4 NWVs. tit 750 M
NE4 BE4, fir 830 M cedar 25 M,
MWU fir 850 at. St. Bh..
fir 1025 M, cedar 95 M bemblock 80
M, SW4 SEH. fir 167S M., pine SO
M NEW SWk. fir 1550 M.. NWtt
SWVi. fir 148u M. SEV. 8W. fir
1375 M SWH SWti. fir 475 M, Sec
21. NEi NEH,' fir 1320 M., cedar 120
ul hemlock 150 M NW4. NKU. fir
1440 M, cedar 240 M hemlock 290 M
SK4 Stk, Or 1940 M, cedar 70 M,
hemlock 270 M, &V NE. fir 180
M. cedar 60 M. hemlock 130 M. NEK
NWa, fir 1820 M cedar, 155 M
hemlock 310 M, NWK W
fir 2340 M, cedar, 5r M, ham
lock 100 M, SE4 NW14. fir 1950 M,
hemlock SUM, SWS N W V4, fir 1920
M, pine 20 M, NK SE4. fr 2260 If,
NWW SE. fir 2100 M4 SE14 SKH.
fir 1660 M 8W SB 4. fir 1865 M,
hemlock 20 M. SV , fir isso at,
NWU SW4, fir 2900 M, 8E 8W4,
fir 2000 M. SWH 8W , fir 8550 M,
ae ef the fir, cedar, hemlock er pine
timber to be sold for leas Una S3 per
M. . . .
falrnedl Geo. K. w let nam.
Acting Commissioner Generei Land office.
150 acres of fine second growth timber.
Price S65 per sere.
10-acre tracts, first clasa red hill fruit
land, all cultivated, the best for prunes,
loeaa. strawberries, cherries, walnuts
and filberts. Price $1250; $200 down,
bsiance elU per month, interest 6 per
cent. -. t-
10 acres, 9 acres in bearing Italisn
prunes, 1 acre In logsns. Poire $4000,
terms at 6 per cent interest.., Located
7 miles south.
-erre lots, located near ear line end
paved road. Price $400. $25 Conn,
balance asy terms at 6 per cent In
Ks-room modern bungalow with basemeat
and in good condition. Price ?210'4,
10-room house at 1107 S. Commercial
street. Price $3500, csrh. .
If it ia a vacant lot you want, we have
it, at the right price and easy terms.
We went listing, priced right, on in
Before buying see ns.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State St., U. 8, Bank Bldg.
t 1 1 !
BARGAIN OF A 6 ROOM HOUSE,
modern, oa N. Commercial, paved cor
ner at $2300. Eaay term a. ' 8ee Wat.
Fleming, 341 Stste St.
FOR RENT 6 ROOM MODERN' HOUSE
with 2 seres of ground, barn, garage,
chicken house, lots ef fruit. Snsp st
$30 menth. We have a few houses
for sale oa installments. , Like rent.
See ua before you buy. '
210 ii 1 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Good Buys and Exchanges
Have you got a beaineaa building to
trade -for a good farm; no money re
quired. 2 room house, good location.
Only $600, best of terms. ! .
A seed 10 sere improved tract to trade
tor city property. Thia place ia priced
very cheap. We have some good
tradea for you.
6 room house. 2 larre lots. $1100.
THOMASON ! i
331 14 State strret
Six lots snd two small buildings, sooth
Salem, only $900. Two lots on north
've room plastered hoi-se, 1 south Sa
Capitol street, hsvs psid $450 each,
tern, $2200. 260 acre river bottom farm
$65 per acre. A few choice trecte,
close in. on eaay psyments. 70 acre
farm near Woodburn to trade for
smaller place. Choice lot bear Stats
house. $1750. F. L. Wood, 841 Stste
TRADES FOR TRADES IX REALTY
town or country on a fair equitable
basis to both parties, see us. Or, if
in the market for anything in tha
l,ne of real estate, we invite you to
confer with us. Established 1909.
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
341 Bute St.
FOR RENT RICH BOTTOM LAND;
torn, cleared, part can be cleared aa
payment for rent. Phone 1141J.
PROPOSALS FOR WOOU
State InKtitutions at Salem
The Oregon State Board of Con
trol will receive sealed bids on 4
foot fir wood for the following
institutions at Salem:
Oregon State Tuberculosis Hospi
tal. 800 cords.
Oregon State School for the Deaf,
You may quote on first growth
fir, second growth fir, and round
slab wood. Delivery to be made
f. 0. b. institution between May
1 and November 1. 1922.
Specifications will be furnished
on application to the secretary at
Bids will be opened 2 p. m. De
cember 3th. 1921, and
accompanied by certified
the sum of 10 per cent; of total
amount of bfd, made payable to
the Oregon State Board of Con
trol, which sum so deposited by
the successful bidded shall be
held by the Board as a guarantee
that the bidder will enter into a
contract to furnish the amount
awarded. All bid to be enclosed
in sealed envelopes and marked
"Bids for Wood," and mailed to
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids or; to accept
any part of a bid. j
Dated at Salem. November 19,
It. B. GOOilN, Secretary,'
Oregon State Board of ControL
a-ui as IU4 a4 W4d aiiwniiLf,
Sms. eauad.wan) Se tuna. V
Taao no ssase, wt r I T
blAaSSB MRAka If HAM, fcw SS
I n aim, Si In.. a waaM.
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For Feedirio; Purposes
f SALEM I MARKETS 1
Price ejueted Sre wholesale aad are
price received, by farmere. Ks retail
pru-e are given. 1
Oats, milling, net 40c,
Wheat. Xe; 1. 5c. 1 . .
'Cats. feed. 85. ! .
Vetch aad Oat hay, $12.
Clover hay, $10j 1 '
Mill ran wi!l feed, $24.
EGGS, BUTTER Si BUTTERFAT
Egg. 40c. - f r ;
Creamery bnttet, 49c, i
Ilea, light, le.
Hens, heavy, 23c.
Chickens, sprint, lee,' I '
Roosters, eld, $ t i0e.
Terkeye, , live, &0e. -Turkeys,
dressed, 30 fi SSe.
PORK. MUTTON AND BEEF
' Hogs, 7He ifi $i4e. 1 , ,':-.
Lambs, 5. 1 ,3
Top eL 13e.
Pork, dressed, lie O H.
Steers, 4e if fi Vhe.
Bulls, Se. 1 i
. FRUITS ;
Toksy grapea, lie.
Emperor trapes; lie. j
Bananas, 9'e, 1" ' ! .
Lemons, 87.UO. x- '
Navel era ages, $7.
Florida grapefruit, $6 9 $7.50.
California trape fruit, $6. - .
Huckleberries, ISe.. 1
Wsshingtoa Cratiberriea, box, $5.73. s
Sweet poUtoea, 4Vk.
Potatoes, $1.80 J
Cabbage, lUe. I .
Csliforaia torn si, lug. $3.
Cauliflower, $2J - -Turnips,
; BeU pepVers,' 1&, fie.' V
Parsaipe,' $8. V.i .v
Oregoa eaions. $4. j
Carrots, $1.24. I . J
Head lettuce. The. t
Celery 85e. I , ' '
Beets. $2 50. I . 'I- "
DATES, FIG B, HONEY
Dstes,' 15o. j )
Pack ag dstes, lease, $7.
Flga.. 12a." -:. -, . ..
Comb honey, esse, $8.
Cocoa-sta, dose. $1.85,
. FRUIT !
NE WTORK. Nov. 21. Evap
orated applen qnlet. ' Prunes in
demand. Peaches scarce.
Makes Auspicious Start
". 4- : '. ' :' --'';'
The ' forward movement pro
gram at the First Christian church
opened last Sunday very ravorablv
in spite of the storm. Mr. LeOrand
is director of . the teams. Mr.
Howe, the singer, ts from Kansas
City, Mo., and Is being; shown
some things -. had only heard
about. .The audiences have been
large as could be expected so far
and the local pastor and congre
gation are enthusiastic about the
results. Mr. and Mrs. Howe are
using for special numbers, differ
ent instruments each evening. To
night Mr. LeOrand will speak on
the top'c "Is
Llesus Divine?" Ht
Is forceful In
his messages. '
the presentation pi
'Articles ef ft corporation were
filed yesterday by the Hopkins
East Leasing "company of Port
land, capitalized at $500,000.
The incorporators are K. H. East,
W. S. McMurray and H. C. Hoi
kins. - . --
Resolutions lof dissolution were
filed by the F. E. Miller Invest
ment company of Portland and
by the Clear Creek Lumber com
pany, also of Portland. '
Uj Monthly pain
' I M , " ....
"" .., and i rheumatic
pains,' headache, backache nd
all other aces are quickly fc-
lieved by i .
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
Contain n dangerous habit
forming drtiKS. Why don't you
try them? ! ' i
Ask your drojij
Sated Jnly 1st, 1921. Dae Jnly
in, 141 f
D nominations $566
jof Redmond is the
trading snd . financial
she beat rr 'cultural
hat twe nstionsl VsbU,
larts wareheuses, twe
had aaedern deo art-
a new aaies
' Severs! i
has last eempltad
high achoot coating
e ueni is eniy siu.mw.
Exempt froas. Fader al Ineosao Tax
Eligible for investment of sav
in fs snd trutt funds snd leynl as
security for public deposits.
' Price so triald 6.75 pereesjt
Wm. MpGHchrist, Jr.
' - CLARK KXNDALL ti CO.
Room 20 U. S. Bank Elds.