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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM OREGON
THURSDAY' MORNING. NOVEMBER 24. 1921? -
rTitinimn . AuvzaTiAEacEjrTs
Wek (six insertions) 8e
Six .taoata' eeatraet, per no 15e
13 nvintha' Mnt..t ua mia 19
I JfialaniBi forjuiy advertisement, 25.
PLTX3 CfSTJRANGB SOODCTT
jtiritw, Roland Bmbartlt
Aet X71 tat9).Ba.
M9HEY TO LOAN
Om Real Estate
T. K. FORD
COrer Ladd Bush Bank)'
LOANS REAL1 ESTATE
Vf laser rUUf W have the asoaer
to losa Psy a back like rent Our
farm aad Uy property Ua la ax com
plete. 3ee ee first. ,
406-T Ororoa Bid. Pbone 1844
THE HAT BOX 179 60CTH HIGH.
BABY CHICKa ALL LOCAL HATCH
' ed this season. ' 917 per 100 for
' Whit Leghorns. Reduced prices on
all . varieties. Uow .booking- orders for
j riBg delivery. -C N. Xaadham, 53
' piste Bt. alem.
OAK OLD FIB : AND SECOKD
growth wood, for sale. Phone 1252-R
' or 1746. . ,
BOUSES TO REST WE . HAVE TWO
, nice modern houses to rent. 40 for
ene and (50 for the other. Imme
; diate possession on both. Beeke A
jHeadricfcs,. 205 p. S. Bank .Bldg.
WILL LEASE ROOM MODERN
horn on paved street and ear line,
$50 per month. , , . .
9 '. room house, spared i street, t935 per
5 room modern bungalow, pared street,
' ' sooth Salem. 1940 per month.
V. 11. Grsbenborat A Co, 375 State St.
: ,U. 8. Bank Bid.
ipa ' SALE JO -ACRES - FRUIT AKD
berry land, 4oeated 5 miles aooth in
vKed Hills, 94900. Will take soldiers'
: tones. '
1i are dairy raaek Jnst outside of good
' C. L. CANNON
831 State St. - Realtor - Phono 534
I? ANTED EXPERU CTD WOOLKS
jand ailk goods ' sslee-peeple. --Only"
i ,who are deatrous and capable ', and
I know how to meet the public need
kapply. Good salaries to atari with,
.refareaeas required.. '., Apply .."M,
jto Hanagef of the People Caah Storo;
9500 sDOWN BALANCE LIKE RENT,
bora oitber of two moilrrn amalT Jiome.
-Kach I new and hoth haro flreplaeea.
' Xmmediato poneaiion on one. Bee"
k Hendriek4 205 U, 8, Bank Bldg.
A REWARD IS 'OFFERED FOR THE
return of blaek tilk-eorered ombrol
la which wat taken from the States
man office. Inltiale . "R. O." -'
irrsTOd U aUrlins plate on handle.
The ewner ha earned the umbrella
; more than 20 yean and particularly
; recrete parting eompany at thia ea
! on. ' -
PRICED RIGHT 6 ROOM HOUSE,
' pared street, corner lot 75x83, car
line; bath, toilet, elertrie lights, far-
neo eaay terma. W. HlOrabonhorat
1 m vo, stb .ciaie street. ;
BABT CHICKS ALL LOCAL HATCH
d thia aeaaon. .917 per 100 for
.'White Leghorna. t Reduced 1 prices on
11 varieties, k'ow booking orders for
'spring deliTery. ' 0. V. yeedhsm, 558
; State Bu Salem.
400 DOWN WITH 8TATE LOAN BUYS
' , the trimnett small home for two or
, throe yen hare keen. , Cement beement,
J I famae. fireplace, bnilt-ina, pavement
(and eemens aiaewaiaa. dm m uw
' dricka, 205 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT 10 "ACRES. ONE-HALF IN
- . fruit: room fcooeo and other baild-
" ion. S" blocks .from, earline. Call
ipLD DOLLIES "MADE '. NEW -BRING
rod head, tbat'a all tbt'a neceaaary.
' Kew dolhee ' oroaaee. rieea Teaaon'
able. Mrs. Otj,Bf .H4 s. 12th.
93000 BUYS A 0OOD. EIGHT ROOM
hooae and bata oa M. tkmmercial.
; Eaat freat. No trouble to show this
. tt yon. Jtrneger, 209 Oregon. Blg. '
&ARGATN S ROOM VODEBN BUKGA
low, located t 620 South 18th St.
Price 92100, ntoatly eaah. W. U,
1 , Orabenborat A Co, S?5 State St.
INCUBATOR BROODER, ELECTRIC
' t heater; will trade on a fly ahuttle
. ' carpet loom: or furultore. -. Addrea
. : "A-18,'r care Stateamaa.
.THANK YOURSELF. IF YOU HAVE
, the tact to pick ' either 'one of foor
mitrbtx cheap, tract bay a wo hare for
' ' . V. kHJi ITU...
' fonr are reduced to .a f it-ore that will
; more. Let na ealt and ahow yon a
: ; tea jjr twenty 'yon ran't tarn down.
jieeae m nenaricks, xu u. s. Bank
FOR KENT THREE ROOM MODERN
1 furnished apartment. 241 N. Cottage
. street. - v.,,
MST WTTH US WE EMPHASIZE AND
, sell all low priced property. Berke
Hendricks.,. 205 fU. ,S. Bank Bldg.
LIBERAL ADJUSTMENT AND PROMPT
' payment of losses, tortther with its
J low rts,-places the MeMinntme Co.
) s in the front ranks of the fire insur
t anoa . companies.- , Standley: A 'Foley,
. Agta notw 947. r . ; . , ? . .
FOUND ON FERRY STREET, A FUR
, noekplece. Hh -Lmnch Boom. 158
. iaoaU High. '
CONVENIENTLY - LOCATED 5 ROOMJ,
,mor.era aonse for sale at bargain. Lib
: oral terms. f Owner, phono 494. Sren
linn S81-M.- - a ' :-. ' .-
11500 TO L01K ON GOOD -' SECURITY
. Peterson A Robinaoa. 220 Oregon
1 Building. t v -
QUA8HEr FOB TOCK. FEED 50
tJBts for 100 pounds., while they last.
' , Ward iK.'. Richardson. . 3395 . N. Front.
FOR SAfcE 71 ACRES OF UN1MPROV
fed Und near "WalDOrf, Lincoln county,
Oregon. Valued at 925 per acre.
. f Will -take vacant lot or ear for equity.
S I?- s 9800. John H. Scott,
: tt2n.Oreron.BMr. - - r
WANTEDENERGETIC .Y0UNO ,MAN
,wno kss had experience selling life
""'"ce. atocks or adrertUing. Must
.bo able to deroto bis entire time and
n,htus for kdraneemsnt. Must
.nare the courage to present business
proportion , to merchants and profes
.SMnai men. Answer in your own haad
' .Writina 'at.fM. v - .
' "ai i uwcauonai quae
i !Tf- ,..-?P"riac solicitor, ete.
i(m -.e. o.
V ' JEtatesmaBt m,ce,
virrn ariip TRCATMESiTS. VIiW
let ray; manicuring, abampoeiag. Or-
, egon Battt Xioute. ;raone aau.
ASTROLOGY ' STARS TELL LIFE'S
atory. Head birthdate sad dlma ter
trial reading. Eddy, Weatport St. 3
a rfli ll!-.A...f
FOR BALK FEMALE CANARIES, Me
for abort time only. Fbone 1280.
1030 Chemeketa St.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, aenda 15c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem, Oregon, for a three
months' trial sabiertption. ; Mention
"ALADDIN READY CUT HOUSES"
30 percent aaved in coat of construe-'
ton. - Caaa. F. Smith, factory - roprea
entatire, 620 Northwest Bank Bldg,
FOR SALE A SPAN OF FOUR YEAR
old colta. Phone 93F12.
APPLES DELIVERED. PHONE 4 F-2.
FOR SALE POTATOES, 92 A SACK.
Hay, 913 per ton. Phone 2091 J.
FOR SALE OLD mEWSPAPERS, 10
eents a bundle. Circulation department,
GASOLINE AND OIL -TANKS
from the largest to smallest. L. A.
Wests rott, factory representative. 864
S. 12th St, phone 1602-J.
THE HOUSE OF HALF A MILLION
and one bargains. We buy, ' tell or
exchange anything and everything in
the line of junk or second hand roods.
See us before you buyer sell. Stein
bock Junk Co. Remember the place.
402 N. Commercial St. Phone 528.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
An especially good selection of. the songs
you nave- been wanting, with words and
music complete. No matter how many
Bone books you have, you " should have
thia one, containing the Oregon songs.
Prices: Single copies, 25c; 16 cents
each ia lots of a doxen or more; 912.50
the hundred, postpaid. Second edition
' printed since September.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
115 .S. Commercial St. Salem. Oregon
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO-
cent stamps for special three, months
trial' for the best and oldest journal
'ia the west. The articles and adver
tiaement are of special Interest to
the pouIt breeders pf the northwest.
Northwest ooltry Journal, 211 Com
mercial Bt, Salem, Oregon.
FORT BIG FIR, SECOND GROWTH OAK
or ash wood, phone 77F2.
OLD GROWTH :i6 IN. FIR, 98.50; 4
ft. second .growth and ash. Phone
16 INCH SLAB AND MILL WOOD,
$3.60 ver load. Dry slaner wood),
T9S.5P per mad. r Traey - Wood Co.
; . mono azo. -
BARGAIN IN WOOD NICE DRY
limbs, $S; choice second fir, 96.50;
polo -oak, $8. Phone 254 or after of
fice hours 622.
DRY -WOOD FOB SALE SECOND
rrowth fir. 96 and .86.50: oak. $8,
fonr foot ; 16 inch oak, $9 ; four foot
ash, 87.25. Armstrong; Transfer,
fbone 185. stand, state and iiigo.
FOR SALE BEST GRADE MILL WOOD
second growth and old fir, 4 ft. or
19 in. Fred E. Wells, Phone 1542.
805 o. enures.
FOR RENT 8 ROOM FURNISHED
partmeat. For, aale, .15 Buttercup
bens, 1047 vo. -Commercial. Phone
FOR RENT-ROOM F0K GENTLEMAN
in modern home and centrally located
Please five aame aad addreaa. E,
F. L.' WOOD 841 STATE ST, REAL
LOST LADY'S WALTHAM WATCH:
"P" inscribed on outside. Phone 8O6R
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER
Capitol City Bedding Co. Phone 19,
STRAWBERRY PLANTS WANTED
Magoon, Marshall, overbearing, ete,
1 Ward K. Richardson.
WANTED WOOD DEALER WANTS TO
buy dry ea"k -and fir. Armstrong
Transfer, rnone 1V5.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
ware and furniture. Best pricee paid
,IiJE JAi"tTAlj HAlWWAiUS
- AND FURNITUKB CO.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 947
TRACY'S STORAGE GARAGE
Ferry street. ' ' '
AUTO TOPS W. 0. WRIGHT, 171
South High. '
AUTO TOP UPHOLSTERY WORK
' guaranteed. 553 South 12th. - Phone
FOR SALE 9850 "CASH. OLDSM0B
ile eight cylinder roadster. Oabrel
anubbers, fully equipped. Runs' like
new. For demonstration phone 1818-J
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
BMITH-W ATKINS. ' 147 NORTH HIGH.
Fisk, Si 1 vert on cord, llood extra ply
tires. Everything tor auto.
FOR SALE OAKLAND TOURING CAR.
New Willard battery, rear casings new.
; See St 1258 Chemeketa. "Phone 1408-J.
FOR 8 ALE 11 8 PASSENGER
light ear. good condition, good tires,
9150. r Merchants Delivery. 554 Ferry
etreet. -' -"" ' "
WANTED LIGHT TRUCK . IN EX-
chane oa Hudson, Essex or Baby
Overland. Fred Kirkwood, 248 State
OARAGB AND REPAIR
FAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES, Ac
cessories, used care. Our work guar
anteed. . 2641 Portland Road. , Phone
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MTLLER, 245
Center. Phone 890.
HOFFMAN, Aj EOS EL TIRE REPAIR
ing, vulcanising, retreading; 19T South
Commercial street. rPhons 471.
CAPITAL GARAGE BTJTCK. 8TUDE
baker repairing. 178 South ' Liberty.
Phone 88. '
rUsw Statesman dasalKed Ads
AUTO8 WEIGHED 15. 2395 FRONT
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
AUTO ELECTRICIAN"; EXPERT T Rou
ble shooting. 238 North High. Paoaa
PRESTO - LITE BATTERY SERVICE
atstioa. Expert battery aad electrical
work. Farria Bros. Phone 1803, 418
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
South 12th. Phone 28.
J. C. BAIR, RADIATORS, FENDERS,
Bootes repaired. 444 terry.
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY. HOME-
made candies, cenfecttoaa. eicara, mag
azines. 1272 State.
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
Parlor, 110 North Commercial Street.
CARPET AND RAO WEAVING
CARPET - AND RUG WEAVING. COL-
ontal styles and colors. IlK-u 84F21.
RELIABLE CHIMNEY SWEEP JOHN
F. Buckley. Phone 730-J.
DR. L, M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
High St, pi
disease. 153 S.
CLEANTNO PEES SING
CLEANING, PRESSING DONE TO YOUR
satisfaction. Classy line of collars,
ties. The Togirery, 1857 State.
BREWER DRUG CO. 405 COURT.
Phone 184. - - -
SECURE MY FIGURES ON WIRING.
By contract, by hour. At pre-war
prices. H. W. Hatch, phone 1744-W.
MARION POLK CO UNTY TARM LOAN
association has' money to loan at aix
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary -treasurer,
303 Salem Bank of Commerce.
FRANK F. RI CUTER NEW, SECOND-
hsnd furniture. 849 a uommereiai.
FURNITURE REPAIRED OR MADE TO
Order. " Refinisheing and upholstering
a speciality. Phone 1742. Brown and
Groves, 1201 South Commercial St.
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for sale. Smith's, 801 North Commer
LEONARD HOTEL NEW MANAGE
meat, clean neat rooma and apartments.
254 N. Front St. '
CHERRY CITY HOTEL; ROOMS 75e
up; dining room in eonneetioa, family
Style. . Corner High and State.
PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING PETE
Con ley, Shoer. Brick shop, 253 Chem
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
company. J. O. Bslch, agent, room 6,
MeCornaek Bldg. Phone 96.
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY WITH
Bankers' . Reserve Life; G, F. Booth,
General Agent, phone 2098-W.
" Ladle's' Wearing Apparel
MRS. ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCESS
Corsets, Phone 1043 R. 891 S. 12th.
MRS. JBRECKENRIDGE HE M STITCH -ing,
mail orders solicited. 175 S. 19th.
Phone 174 M.
SALEM' ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
ehainstitching, pleating, buttdns. 829
330 Oregon Bldg. Pbone 379.
FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING 449 N.
High. Mrs. Raid.
DRESSMAKING TAILORING. MRS.
Goodwin. 445 .North Commercial.
bRESSMAKING CARRIE ROGERS
Ashby. 606 S. 21st. Pbone 377-R.
MRS. C. JEPSON MODISTE, 2567
Oak, phone 929.
MRS TARTY, DESIGNER AKD MAKER
Ladies' Suite and Gewaa. Over Mil
EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS BY THE
day. Phone 1418-J.
LA CLASIQUE GOWN SHOP EXCLUS
ive models. Expert designing. 331 Vi
MAUD SIMONS, DRESSMAKER 1710
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer corcsets to order.
2 McCornack Bldg.
EDITH M. ASHLEY DRESSMAKER.
1345 Broadway. 1436 J.
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCED
dressmaker. Phone 1971- W.
RUTH MeADAMS DRESSMAKER, 756
South 12th. Phone 1824- M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
248 North Cottage. Phone 1552-W.
MESDAME3 SCOTT CHASE DRESS
makers.' 219 Stste 8 1. Phone 987.
THE ADSITTS ARB PREPARED TO
do any and all kinds of ladies' tail
oring for old and new customers. 852
K 12th street. Phone 2Q85-R.
MRS. CI A. GRIMM MILLINER. FAN
ey aprons, ' novelties and hand ' made
flowers. 519 Court St.
MRS. HILDKBRAND, PLEATING 390
South 24th. Pbone 798-M1.
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hats renovated and blocked. 495 Court
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 186 8.
Liberty street. Phono 25. Oldest
largest best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service. 1264
Broadway. Phone 165. - '
FRED BLAKE,' LANDSCAPE GARDEN
er. 1565 South Liberty. ? Pbone 1081-M
DR. H. J. ANDERSEN i MAGNETIC
healer. Drugless Physician. 418 Or
eroa Bldg. Phoae 1835. ...
DON'T BE MISLED WE MAKE NEW
mattresses to ordea. i We make over
.old matresses and, guarantee sstisf ac
tion. We do ca rpet slsaning. - Otto
2Trlci, . Phona 0154.
FRANKLIN LA UNEB PIANO. 268 K.
17th. Phoae 1008-W.
GERTRUDE SMITH PIANO. SILTEK
ton, Oregon. Green ,801.
MRS. HENRY LEE PIANO. 1J21 N.
CapltoL rboao 1017-W.
LAURA GRANT PTANO SCHOOL
credits ' given. 336 High. Phone
M1XXETTA MAGERS VOCAL, DERBY
Building. Friday afternoon, Saturday.
JESSIE F. BC3H TEACHER PIANO,
formerly instructor Metropolitan Col-le-e
Music, Philadelphia. 1363 South
Commercial. Phone 88a J.
LENA BELLE TARTAR r-, VOCAL IN
struct 10a. Phono 334.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO.
North Winter. Phone S45-J.
NELLIE MULK.EY STONE PIANO.
878 Leslie. Phone 751-W.
ALLIE CHANDLER PIANO, 251
North Cottage. Phone 829-W.
BEATRICE 8 HELTON PIANO STUDIO
345 Marion. Phone 829-W.
LILIAN HARTSHORN PIANO 894
North Church. Phone 178.
T. S. ROBERTS PIANO, ORGAN. 270
South 14th. Phont 779.
DAN. F. LANGEXBERG. VOCAL
Derby Bldg. Phone 2079.
LENA WATERS PIANO 1472 Mill
MOLLIE STYLES VOICE, PIANO, 859
Center, phone 2016-R. ,
JULIA MILLS WETGEL PIANO, 1560
South Church. l'bena 1391 K.
LUCILE ROSS PIANO, ORGAN, 498
North Liberty. Phone 1187-W.
MATTIE GILBERT STRING INSTRU
ments. 1572 State. Phone 1156 R.
MISS MABLE SHEPHERD PIANO
player; dancer, 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. Diplcmas granted. Odd
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branches taught, diplomas granted.
John K. Sites, director. 1237 Court
WENDELL HELM TUNING, REPAIR
ing. Phone 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave orders Will's
TALLMAN PIANO REPAIR SHOP
Tuning, refinisbing, rebuilding, player
piano expert. Phone 1659, 121 South
SHERMAN CLAY 8s CO PIANOS, STEIN
ways, Duo-Art, and others. Moore
Dunn Music store. Masonic Temple.
GEO. C. WILL PIAK03, PH0NO
" graphs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studies. Repairing phon
ographs and sawing machines. 432
WHITE DANCING ACADEMY MRS.
R. L. White, principal. Phone 278-J.
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
Phone 517 -W.
MCLTMJRAPHIXG, PRIXJING PER
fect work; dependable. Minkler-IIed-Bers-
Mail Adv. Co.. 212 Oregon Bldg.
MTTS OLARKTN PRACTICAL ITRSF
1409 N. Church St. Phone 1203 from
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE NURSE
Mrs. Meitxler. Florence Hotel. Phone
FOR SALE BLACK WALNUTS FOB
planting. 730 N. Front street.
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
back of office, 540 State street. Phone
WILLAMETTE VALLEY NURSERY
AU kinds nursery stock for aale. Rte
7. Phone 105F5.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City Nnr
sery Co., 426 Oregon BUg, phone 75
FOR SALE OREGON IMPROVED AND
Wilson strawberry plants from insuect
ed yards at 82 per IOOO. prepaid. J.
B. Peterson, Shaw, Oregon. Phone
MISS GOODHUE TAKES SUBSCRTP
tions for all magazines. 251 S. 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 n. CLARK PAINTING, PAP
erhsnging, kslsomining. Work guar
anteed. Terms reasonable. Phone
2Q35-J. v1484 Ferry.
FOR WEDDING INVITATIONS AND
4 announcements, see Bertelson, printer.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES
at private hospital. I .have best of
equipment. Phone 1959-J.
PERFUME AKD TOILET ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA PERFUME CO. EX
tracts, toilet articles. Mrs. Moyer,
170 South 23rd. Phone 1224.
MARGARET BURNS PUBLIC STEN
ographer. 403 Masonic Bldg. Phone
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER 201 8A
lem Bank of Commerce Bldg. Rates
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 SIGN CO. SIGNS WITH KICK.
Showearde that talk. 424 N. Commer
cial. Phone 546.
REPAIRING AKD SHARPENING
CUTLERY GRINDING UMBRELLA
repairing, safety razors, ete. Stewart's
Repair Shop, 347 Court street.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
paired. General sharpening, chimney
sweep. 1485 N. 17th St. phone 1418-W.
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE, RE
- fuse of all kin (To removed. Cesspools
SECOND HAND GOODS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID TOR SECOND
nana eiotbine; and shoes. Abo da
cleaning, pressing; aad repairing. Call
and deliver. Capital Exchange, 342
North Commercial, Phone 136d-W.
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
or in knrda. pip fittings, bar
seas, collars, collar pads, tools, and
chains. Fred Schindler. 258 Center
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 195 SOUTH
REJUVENATE YOUR TIRED AND KER-
voua . Body by a scientific massage.
Home treatments. ' Selma Willing Or
egon Bldg. Phone 110.
DE LUXE STUDIO SOMETHING DIF-
lereai in pnoogTapHy . 147 n. Com' I.
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR.
ax a. uifji. ana ferry.
STOVES STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED--40
years experience. Depot Nstionsl
fence, sixes 26 to 28 inches high.
Paints, oil and varnishes, etc, logan
berry and hop hooks. Salem Fence
snd Stove Works. 250 Court street.
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAXI-TRANSFER CO,
jjioerty as terry. 1'bono 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. Pbone 195.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St, phone 933. Distributing
forwarding and storage our specialty.
Get our rates.
O. E. Depot e News Stand
7:00 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:U0 p.m.
Special trips by appointment.
. Seven passenger esr for hire.
J. W. PARKER, Prop.
Res. Phone 615 Business phone 7
SALEM WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO.
Office, 801 South Com'I St. Ten per
cent discount on domestic flat rates
paid ia advance. No deductions for
absence or any causa unless water is
shut off your premises.
FOR SAWING .WOOD CALL 1959-J.
Stine A Son.
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phone 2046. Fisher Bros.
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE OPEN
Sundsy morning 8 o'clock. Amertcan
style. 110V4 &orth Commercial. Fbone
A. J. FOSTER PAINLESS CHIROPO
difit. Corns, bunions, ingrown nails
removed. 322 State St. Patton Blk.
CORNS AND CALLOUSES REMOVED
without pain. Appliancea from indi
vidual impression. Dr. Tatro, Masonic
Bldg. Phone 442.
DR. 0. L. SCOTT, P.S.C, CHIROPRAC
tor, 809-12 U. S. Buik Bldg. Phone
87; Res. 828-R.
CHIROPRACTORS DR. R. P. AND
Pearl M. Bradford, graduates snd post
graduates of the first chartered school
of Chiropractors in the world. Ten
years in practice. Phone 626. Rooms
318-319-320 Oregon Bldg.
THE SWEDISH INSTITUTE OF ME-kano-Therapy.
Massage, steam baths,
e'.cctricity, medical gymnastics, V-ray,
medicated packs for rheumatism, run
down conditions, stomach, kidneys,
etc. Home treatments given. Drs. O.
W. and Ruth Brown, Swedish rrad
ustcs. Rooms, " 801-2 Oregon Bldg.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL, 606
U. S. Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and surgeon. Kirksville
graduate. 404-405 U. S. Nstionsl Bank
Bldg. Phonea Office. 919; Res. 614.
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician 4 and Surgeon, 403-404 Ore
gon Bldg. Phones, Office, 1394; Res.
POMEROY A KEENE JEWELERS AND
Optometrists. 888 StaU.
GLASSES FITTED BY DR. L. R. BUR
dette at the Bow Optical Company,
825 State Street, opposite Ladd and
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
Camp 5, Armory. First, third Mondays
12 ROOM MODERN PLASTERED
house, partly furnished, well loested
for rooming or apartment house; two
large lots, garage and fruit. This is
offered at a bargain for quick sale.
6 room, mostly modern house, on paved
street, large lot, garage and fruit.
Price 82700, good terms.
5 room house. 91200, 9300 cash, bal
ance like rent.
1 large corner lot, close to school, ear
line and store. If you want a god,
well loested lot at a bargain, see this.
We bsve the best in city property or
fsrm land for the lowest price and
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
200 Gray Bldg.
Six lots and two small buildings, south
Salem, only 9900. Two lots oa north
Five room plastered house, south Sa
Capitol street, have paid 9450 each.
. Jem. $2200. 260 acre river bottom farm
865 per acre. A few choice tracts,
close in, on essy payments. 70 acre
farm near Woodbnrn to trade for
mailer place.' Choice lot near State
house. 91750. F. L. Wood, 841 Stste
FOR SALE NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE
large lot, with fruit and berries; close
to car. Price 91500, terms.
Brand new bungalow, 5 rooms, oa paved
streets. 9300 cash, balance like reat.
We have good gsrsge building that is
- aow bringing good money ; close la. If
' interested ia any of these call at 212
Thou SOT. Jt i
LA HO II LOT SIDEWALK COMPLETE,
V-ruwtu ,tius, bam sod chirkea house,
with pfeetr et fruit; two blocks from
State lit. Price $1tiiO. Terms rood-
Square. Deal Co.
rhnne 470 ' U. S. Bant
SMALL AND LARGE aTARMS. CITY
aomta aad caotca iota. Fire aad auto
Arthur E. Peterson
229 Oregoa Bldg.
Best 1 Buys
101 seres, 60 cultivated. 15 beaverdam,
10 young logana, 2 sets buildings: 6
miles north of Salem the Highway ;
sacrificed for immediate sale; 9160
per acre, half rash.
We have a first class farm here to trade
for 100,0OO. California farm prop
erty; we. caa guarantee this proposi
tion. 3S3 acre airy ranch, .340 acres cleared,
buildings all complete, flS.OOO in Im
provement., mile from towa near
Salem; price 1125 per acre. Will also
sll fine Guernsey herd.
Will also sell fine Guernsey herd.
56 acres black frrsrcl soil, part cleared,
buildings, 300 yards to school. 93800,
Trade. $4000 house' oa small place; not
particular about' building. Mast be
on good road. Call ua at once with
Trade 160 acrea in Wallowa county for
Try us for results; we sell or trade any
108 Acres on paved highway, fair blgs.
50 acres in cultivation, mostly bottom
land. Price flt." per acre. .
40 acres close to I Saletu, all in cultiva
tion; will take city property in ex
change up to 850tO. Price 810,500.
117 acres, good hsud, fair buildings,
84,730. fa cash, terms on balance.
We have some good trades.
MILLS & COPLEY
331 Vi State St.
GOOD 7 ROOM PjLASTERED HOUSE
two lots, garagei Terms. Owner leav
v ing town. 1974 - Commercial St.
LET US EAfLAIS TITB NEW SYSTEM
of selling your property. Property
listed not exclusive. Your property
photographed. ' Brown, Mageo aad
Bessie Soyder. - Ovor Busick's Store.
State and Commercial. Phone 559.
FOR SALE 13 ACRES, 2 ACRES IN
loganberries. tlood house and barn.
Stock and implements go with place.
Price 95000. Q. Ackerson, Route
6, Box 22.
TRADES FOR TRADES IN REALTY
' town or country on a fair equitable
basis to both parties, see us. Or, if
in the market i for anything in the
line of real estate, we invite yon to
confer with ns. Established .1909.
THE FLEMINO REALTY CO. '
841 State St.
WANTED PASTURE. FEED AND
care for 12 head pure bred Jersey cat
TWO-ROOM COTTAGE AND THREE
lots oa FainaoUn hill, 81500. A. C,
Bohrnstedt, 407: Masonic Bldg, Salem.
BARGAIN 93,750 BUYS THIS 6 ROOM
plastered bungalow, witn lull base
menu laundry trays. living room, din
ing room, 9 bedrooms, kitchen, bath,
toilet. large porch, ras. electrie light.
fireplace, rooms ; newly papered and
newly paintea outside. uarage, cem
ent walks, paved street. Lot 50xlo
L. A, Hayford
805 State St.
Good Buys and Exchanges
Have you got si business building to
trade for a good farm; no money re-
1 quirea. z room nouse, goo a location
A good 10 acre improved tract to trade
very cheap. We have some good
trades tor you.:
6 room house. 2 large lots, 81100.
331 Vt State street
150 acres of fine Second growth timber.
Price $65 per here.
10-acre tracts, first class red hill fruit
land, all cultivated, the best for prunes,
logsus, strawberries, cherries, wslnuts
and filberts. Price 81250; 8200 down
balance flO per month, interest 6 per
10 acres, 9 acreS , in bearing Italian
prune. 1 acre In logsns. Puce ?4UOO,
terms at 6 per cent interest. Located
7 miles south. ;
&-acre lots, located near car lino and
paved road. Price 9400, 925 down,
, balance easy terms at 6 per cent in
5-room modern bungalow with basement
and in good condition. Price 92100,
10-room bouse at 1107 S. Commercial
street. Price 83500. cash.
If it is a vacant let you want, we have
it, at the tight price and easy terms,
We want listings, priced right, on in
Before buying sea us.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co..
275 State St, TJ.IS. Bank Bldg.
NOTICE OF SALE Or OOVERNMXNT
rTrWT.H.AT. LAND OFFICE. WASHING
TON, D.C, OCTOBER 20. 1921.
Notice is nereov given mat su eject 10 ine
CDUU I iUU, UU IUifcWUU VI .ua ACM
of June 9, 1916 (39 Stat. 218), and
June 4, 1920 (41 Stat. 758), and the
instructions of the ;; Secretary of the In
terior of September 15, 1917, and June
22, 1920, the timber on the following
lands will be sold at 10 o'clock a.m,
December 5, 1921, at publie auction at
tbe United States land office at Port-
Wm. j V . IiIvKm AAeT at
not less than the appraised value aa showa
oy in is notice, tu um . u. w j cv . w
approval of the Secretary of the Interior.
Tbe purchase price, with an additional
sum of one-fifth of one percent thereof,
being commissions allowed, must bo de
posited at time of sale, money to be
returned if sale (a not spproved, other
wise patent will : issue for the timber
which must be removed within tea years
Bids will be received from eitixens of she
United States, associations of such eitix
ens and corporations organ is jd under
the laws of the United States or any
state, territory or district therof only.
Upon application of a qualified purchaser,
the timber tn any legal subdivision will
be offered separately before being to
eluded in anv offer of a larger unit.
T. 4 8, R. 9 E, See. 17, SWi. NE,
fir 860 M, NEtf, NW4. fir
SWH KW4, fir 1050 M, SE W,
fir . 1650 M, 8WU NWfc. fir 750 M,
NEU SE, fir 880 M, cedar 25 M,
NWjfc SEVi, fir 850 M, SEV4 6E4
fir 1025 M, cedar 95 M- hemblock SO
M, WU SEK. fir 1675 M, pine 20
5' NE& SW,; fir 1550 M, NW
8Wt fir 1480 M, BE 8W. fir
1275 M, SW14 SWtf. fir 475 M, See
21. NEW KSK. fir 1320 M cedar 120
M, hemlock ISO M, NW. SE, fir
1440 M, eedsr 240 M, hemlock 290 M,
SZhi HEU, fir 1940 M, cedar 70 M,
hemlock 270 M, SW KS. fir 1880
M, cedar 60 M, hemlock 130 M, NEJ4
NWU, far 1820 '' M, - cedar, 155 M,
hem&k 810 iM, NWi NW
fir 2340 M, cedar. 60 M, hem
lock 100 M, SEH. NWA. fir 1950 M,
hemlock 20M, SW NWil, '"1920
M, pine 20 M, NE 8EH. i',"60 hL,
VVfU, SE, fir 3100 M., SE SEA,
fir 1650 M, BWU SK4. fir 1865 M,
hemlock 20 M, VM SW4, fir 180 M
NW 8W4, fir S900 M, 8E14 8W4.
fir 2000 M BWU SWa, fir 2550 M,
none of tha fir, cedar, hemlock or piae
timber to be aold efor less than 92 per
(signed) ?0eo. B- Wickham, ,
Acting Commissioner General Land office.
Read The Classified - Ads,!
FOR RENT 6 ROOM MODERN HOUSE
with 3 acrea of ground, bara, garage,
chicken house, hs of fruit. Snap at
830 atoath. Wo have a few hoisare
for aale oa installment. ; Lk roat
Se as before -yoa boy. '
S, R. PEARSON
210 211 I. S. Bank Bldg.
FINE COURT STREET HOME NI!R
rooms with slwpiag porch. Full ce
ment basement.-traare. -tStriftly oe
era except fireplace. Garage. Largs
lot. All kind frait aad aats. Js.
A. Mohncy, 2fr fOregoa Bldg. . ' '
FOR KENT RICH BOTTOM 'LAND ;
some cleared, part 'caa be cleared as
payment Yor reat. Phone '114IJ.
Xotic of Assessment lor - the
Improvement -ottNorUs Ospatol
Strwt l-VtHit the Soutli tdnej of
Shipping Strret to the 1 North
Curb I4ne of 3IIison Street In
the, dtr tut' Sstlesn, JIs4on
Xotire ia hprehveiYen that the
Common Council of the City Of
Salem, Oregon, will, at or about
7 : SO o'clock- P. M... on iw i otn
day of December. 1921, or at the
same hour at any tnbseQuent
meeting- of the Common Council
thereafter at the Council unarm
here in tha Plfv nf Salem: OrK0H.
proceed to assess upon each .lot,
paTt or lot r parcel or lana name
therefor, its proportionate share
nf thA pnat of tninrovine .North
Capitol street froir; the south line
of Shipping street to the north
curb line of Madisdn 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 tfieir objec
tions, if any they have, to said
assessment and apply to the aaid
Common Council to equalize their
proportionate share of said aasess
Date of first publication hereof
is November 23. 1921.
By order t the Common Coun
cil the 21st day of November,
- EARL itACE, City Recorder.
For Feeding Purposes
I SALEM MARKETS I
Prices qnotfd are wholesale and ire
prices received by farmers. Sso retail
pricea are given.
Oata, million:, net 406.
Wheat. Ho. -r, 85c.
Oats, feed, 35e.
Vetch and Oat hy, $12.
Closer hay, 810.
Mill ran mill feed, $24.
ECK3S, STTTTEB BUTTEETAT
Egjrs, 51c. - ' -Creamery
Butter fat, 45c.
ITpns, light, I5e 17e.
Hens, heavy, 20e 22e.
Chickens, spring, lec.
Boosters, old. So fj 10e
Turkeys, live, 28c & 30e.
Turkeys, dressed, 85c- 86.-'
P0EK, MUTTON AJUJ EEET
Hosts. IVte & 8Kic
Top real, 12c.
Pork, dressed, lie C 126.
Steers, e & 5 Vie.
Emperor grapes, lie.
Navel oranges, 96,50.
Florida grapefruit, 96 (9 97.50.
Califoraia grape frsit, 96
Washint-ton cranberries, box 96.50.
Sweet potatoes, 4 Vic
rot a toes, 91.80.
California tomatoes. lug, 98.
Bell peppers, lb, lie.
Parantpe, 82. '
Oregon onions, 84..
Head lettuce, 75c.
DATES, FiaS, H0NET
Package dates, ease, 97.
Oomb honey, ease, 96.
Cocoaouts, doten, 91.75.
Removal of Governor of
Porto Rico is Demanded
WASHINGTON. Not. 22. r
The Associated Press) Sonor Fe
lix CordoTa-DaTila,' resident com
missioner from Porta Rico, was
instructed in a cablegram re
ceived today from San Juan Ho
request President Harding "to re
move Governor E. TMont Reily Im
mediately from office. The table-
gram set forth Bpecifi" charges
which were to be preferred with
the request. It was -signed by 39
of the 58 members of the Porta
Senor Darila said he would see
President Harding and Secretary
Weeks at the "earliest opportun
Declaring Governor Reily had
come to the 'island ""with deep
rooted prejudices' the cablegram
asserted his actions since then
had Indicated he lacked "Judi
ciousness and discretion." He
embarked on a "policy of aggres
sion against Porto Rlcans not per
sonally addicted to him."
BERLIN. Not. 22. Police have
issued a prohibition against' all.
processions or other open air
demonstrations until farther no
tice because of the recent food
DUBLIN, Not.22. It Is re
ported a. number 'of political pris
pners, the majoritty 6f whom are
supposed to have been transferrej
from Spiek ' Island, near Cork,
Friday night, hare -escaped from
;he Kilkenney Jail by" tunneling.
1- is said that'47 men got away.
RskJ Jhe "jCIasslTfea
ffl IIMEO ;
Adelo yarrlso' New Phase of '
REYEUVTIONS. $F. A .WIFE
CIAPTER 227 li.X;.
WHAT -MR. $ WALTERS . DIS
CLOSED TO XJU.iAW AAU
JkLAPGE,,,., .1 ' . ; ..; 4
i ' 'I
SAmsitmM T fancT that Lillian
TTniiArwond Doasesses an uncanny.
hjpnQtic jintluence,. OTer people.
Of course, J know, this theory to
f thererieat drtTeL but J can ex
plain in no other, way tne instant
aAfontflnce of any auditor of hers
of any ?propo8iti6n which she may
For Instance, I Knew, and Ar
thur Walters must have surmised,
that'LIHian In reality had but
the most stetchy -of frameworks
upon which to construct tne me
ory of Kenneth Stockbridge'a In
nocence which she so; confidently
advanced. Tet I think it occurred
to neither of ua to doubt her
knowledge. Instead. we accepted
her statement .with the .same Joy
ful, child-like faith as that man
tfoated bv nretty. youthlul. Es
ther Walters, who clasped her
hands together atuman-s worm,
ami with hpr pvf fixed admiring-
ly upon Mrs., Underwood's face.
exclaimed fervently; ';un, I'm
giadi- t . ... ..
Lillian turned smiling rnenaiy
eyes upon her.'
"Thank you, my dear," sne sam
softly, with evident measure .at
the Involuntary , tribute. "
Then she turned, to us witn
ItttlA air of ripnreratlon ' that sat
funnily upon, her after her abso
lute confidence of the moment De
fore. .1 am, used Xo such contra
dictions In Lillian, but I think Mr.
Walters was puzzled for . a mo
ment or trvo. ,
"Of course. I realiie that yott
must know I have no real author
ity for such a sweeping1 suie
mont " ah nald. "hut I have' the
strongest kind of a-a-hunch
I guess I'd better call It for want
of a better word that I'm right.
and from long experience j-vo
loarnod tn follow mv hunches.
They ; almost invariably guide .me
to the right trail."
Walters Too Eager. r t
"I can testify to that from my
own knowledge," tI commented
quietly. : . - :
".Please Arthur Walters
leaned forward earnestly, hia fine,
tamest .face; aglow. "I do not
need anything "but that first ittt
f lrmatlon. Mrs.' Underwood, w And
It your ; words only .mean .what I
dare to hope they do that yon
are going to throw your wonder
ful insight and knowledge and
reputation Into the scale on my
.friend's itde M . -i. -.r
Just a minute ! .Lillian held
up an authoritative hand. "What
ever email skill I may possess Is
already enlisted, but! it must not
be .known that I have any con
nection with the case.- This is sTb-
SOlUte. : - -.i f- .: . .:'
"Of course. Arthur WaTterf
said promptly, but I knew that
he . was disappointed that In tSC
last few minutes' h.ad been borf
the hope that, he might conver te
the worTied attorneys for Ken
neth Stockbrldge ' the news thai
LIUian, whose standing1 In service,
circles be evidently 5 knew, was
working In conjunction with them
through his instrumentality. '
The Secret Safe. . 1 ,
"I am afraid. Mr. Walters.
Lillian went on, that you will
have to take the responsibility
and Incidentally the credit or dis
credit for any services Mrs. Gra
ham or I may be able to render
Mr. Stockbrldge. . If you will do
this, if you will report to Mr.
Stockbridge's attorneys any dis
coveries of ours as bavmg been
made by yourself, we shall be
able to work unhampered ar.d re
port ' to yon ' from ' time to time
anything we may find out "
The youtjg ' attorney's face
clouded.. 'The Innate honesty of
him is printed upon his counte
nance for any one to read. I could
see that the thought of taking the
credit for ideas or w.ork which he
did not himself .furnish was ex
ceedingly repugnant to him. KeV
his -common sense and his loyalty
to his friend. triumphed over his
scruples..,; '.-C ' . ' .'.
"Of course, I am 'jat your com
mand in all things," he said
quietly after a perceptible pause.
VThank you," Lillian said heart
ily, "and I know "what it costs
you,' she added after a moment's
scrutiny of his flushed face.
The next minute she had chang.
ed her voice and manner com
pletely, was once more the dom
inant driving figure of Our con
ference. "Now to business," she said
briskly. "I am not going to re
peat to you what Mr-Stockbridgo
said in his letter to Mrs. Graham,
for It concerns something' no vi
tally personal to your friend that
I know he wishes no one to know
of it if possible. Mrs. Crahara
only ' stumbled upon t ,by acci
dent hence rhis confidence in' her.
But this thing you muet know.
Mr- Stockbridge's private desk U
tm in his former office in the
Bayview school. It Is vital that
this desk be brought here to Mrs
Graham's house and kept hre un
til after the trial of your, friend."
Arthur Walters permitted him
self a start of surprise.
"Do you mean the small one "
he asked, then rushed on without
waiting for an answer. I was
with the i detectives ,!. from the
state attorneys office the day
they .went over' ;, to . the " school
house with a. fine-tooth comb for
clews. -They searched both desks
thoroughly and found no scrap of
anything, but school papers In
either of them." .
I gave a little Inward .gasp ot
relief. , So the secret drawer was
still a secret! " ,
(To be continued)
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Bead - LDiq JCIasslfi.e4 "Ads.