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fTIE UKCGO?r STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
SATURDAY-' MORNEG...NOYEtBEB 18, 1922
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Ob month .?ffj
fex stoath' contract, per ana. 15
t months' contract, par no. 2
efiaimum tor My advertiaeta't 15
I NORWICH UNION
" riUKl INSURANCE SOCIETY
W. H. Burghardt, Jr.
Resident Agent 371 Suti 8t.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
r ; T. K. FORD
(Oter Ladd Rush Bank)
JlOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS UP
' uf automobile and : truck insurance.
"Get Our rates next time yon insnre.
Standley & Foley. Agt. Phone 347.
TASTED A COMPETENT WOMAN
for house work. Mutt be expcriene d
and furnish references. Address 230
front St. or 340 Court St.
WASTED TO BUY A GOOD USED
A plana from owner; mutt be cheap. B.
iilL iBrooks, Independence, Oregon
f (Model Darbe. Shop).
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE MAID
1 for general housework. Cull morning
at 365 X. Summer.
; WASTED IMPROVED OREGOX
1 strawberry plants, loganberry trjinn
' plants, gooseberries and other small
VY fruit. Ward K, Richardson.
VWHEEL TRACTOR AND PLOWS FOR
aale. Good condition. Liberal terras
t Will trade. What have you f Address
'03 cH Statesman. . - J
tKONEY-TO LOAN BEX
, 870 Stat St.
VXQV HAVE A SIX-BOOM MODERN
i s house with garage or barn fur rent
call iW.,E. W timer, 417-11.
.ROOM COTTAGE FIXE CONDITION';
. eaU front: lot 50 x 130; basement.
bath North Cottage near E. Bargain
-."at $2750; terms. lWrJs, 624 X. Capi-
' ;' lot, 1942-J. t
e-ROOM'XEV HOUSE. WITH GARAGE.
: Large rooms. Cement basement. Pos
session in 10 days. Price $;;000 and
, I30O- down will hanilo. it eke ; ft
V Hendricks, 203 V. H. Bank Bldg.
1 v , ' . Special
I 4 BOOM HOUSE, NICE:liOT, FOR $850.
' with $150 down, balance $1U per
4KOOM OX GOOD STREET AND CAR
I, -line for $1150, with 20C down.
BEST BUY IX- SALEW 6 ROOMS
modern,, good locatkm' East, for $2100.
( WANTED FOR CASH 5-ACRE. CHER-
ry orchard, $700, to loan on city pru;;vr
I homason ,
3.11 Vi State St Phone 175.
. some iium-der three nice -lots
fo $tl0 cash, 1 his. la snap and way
under market. Ilccka
205 U. S. Bank Dldfi.
."FOR PALE FIVE-ROOM BUNdAlOW
with basement. Vrirn $2850, $C0C
' cash, balance $25 a month. .
i Orrfon Bldfi. - Pbona 217.
WOULD LOAX OX FARM HAVE
client would man $250O on good 1st
mortgage n Valley firm. Becce &
Hendricks. 205 U. S. Bank Bid.-.
w4 iii i i w i i i ii i I
v.FOR SALE OR TRALU PWUXE
H ranch, 'Close Inj Good aix-niom
. house and barn. Mail-route and tele
r .phone. Would take house in Salem
1 r Portlahd aa part payment.
W. G. Krueger
' Oreifon Illdg. ! Phone 217.
A W. i. MAYER. .HIGH CLASS I ADIES'
tailoring; long coats,-auita and vjreises.
om 7, McCormack Bldg. Phone 692.
f Owner v3ives Us 9 Days-
TO SELL 9 LOT 3. - OX A PAVED
t strci-t and car linft; large lots 50x140
, ; ' feet earh to a 20 foot alley. Only $30
. down, balanro-$10 per month ; prire of
. , lot $300 can yon beat it ! Please
; 'don't phone, but coma to 540 Stats St.
Childs Bechtel ' -
.Have two auto's. J. Show lota. ' -
i FLOWERS OWIXGr TO THE UNPKE
: ..cadented demand. for pur 5o ferua and
' ryrlomen, many at our patrons were
f. unable vo be supplied. We will assur?
.' everybody at least one fern Saturday.
, Coma early. PlanU Floral Shop, 185
' S.-Commercial (katty corn red from
A XEAT HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS AND
' lot 50x125. a amall barn and fruit. 3
' blocks to car line: thia place r. in be
! Lnught on easy terms. Price is' $1700,
i $500 down and $25 per month. A
. ' small 4-roora house on car line $115(1.
1 $200 down and $25 per month. A
nice, kt in a good location with aide
walk and sewer $594. Another n ar
th-s one $419. Another lot 'for $250;
thi last lot can be bought for $10
oWa nd $10 per month. ' We would
like to writ your fire insurance. We
Hire $ acres welt improved at Ashland
to exchange for Salem property. See
Mills & Copley-' -
331 4 State St.
, WASTED WORK BY AX ELDERLY
man. i An experienced poultryman
1 dairyman: am do all kinds of light
farm work. A home for the winter.
i Ad'lrena Poultryman," c;o Statcaman
- work. Pbona 798V.
MALE AHD rXMALE
WAKTED MEW AND WOMEN TO
j . tak farm paper aobscriptiona. A r-od
proposition to the right people Addrvee
. t acinc Homes te so, otaiasiaaa mug
CHrCKERINO GRAND. IN GOOD
- pa. Will give was tarma. H. L.
"Mil Fnrnitur Go.
FOR SALE GOOD U8F.D MAHOGANY
piano left ua to sell. Price 2hi
fruis. H. L. Stiff Forniture Co.. M
i department.. I
FOB. BALK OR EXCHANGE. FOR BIG
' I tend horses. Federal 1 ton trnrk. iror
sued tires, enod running order. Mode
V 315. Phona 3'i2.
FAKM , PAFES
IF TOO WANT TO GET THE BF.8T
. f farm paper, seed I So to the Psrif ie
M Homes tesd, Salem. Oregon, for a three
I amntbs' trial subsTttition. Matioo
-; ihia ad
" 10O 2 YEAR OI.O B. O. WHITB LEG
i bar ban $t e;b. W. A.; rd.
"POtH.TRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
eeat atampa for apacial three , ontb
f trial for the bt aad oldest Jonraal
ta the west. The article aad aJvar
ti semen ts ar of apar'al interest to the
poultry breeder of the Nortbwaat,
. North weat Poultry Journal, 311 Com
mercial street, Salem, Oregon.
WOOD FOR SALE
growth. Call 1487.
BEST GRADE MILL WOOD' FUOT
ana to mm. rroiupt delivery. K-a.
onabla price. Fred K. WeLa, Sui &
Church. Pbona 1542.
BIRDS AND DO OS
8T. AXDREASBURQ ROLLERS "THE
canary wnn a college edaratian" Guar
anteed. Former price $15 1 and $20.
Special price $10. Order now. E B.
Flake, Birds, Flowers, and Ptte. 273
State Salem, Ore.
FOR SALE OUU SEWSPAPBKg, 10
eenta a bundle. Circulation depart
ment, Oregon Statesman.
FULLER BRUSHES LOCAL REPRE
stntative. Grimes, 1937J.
TRY CHAPMAN'S JONATHAN APPLES
No worms, no scab;. Twin 0;k&
r arm. phore 17-F2.
HAND PICKED APPLES. SPITZEN
bergs, Rome Beauty. Winea'ap. Three
boxea for $2, five for $3, ted for .
delivered. Ward K. Richardson, 2395
2. Front. Phone 494.
FOR SALE ONE 9 BY 12 ROYAL
Kha-Shan Wilton rug: excellent condi
tion; phone 1083 or t-05 4 Court Apart
ments. THE SMART SHADE ROUGE. ,,TAX-ger-e."
Smartest of the smart, newest
of the new. at "The Flower-in the Bot
tle" Perfume Shop, 115 North Liberty
SUMMER LUOOAGh, REDUCED WALL
naper remnanta, plagtar wallboard
Velvet sUir earpet, $1.35. Endur
ance high arade house paint. Kaleo
mine, loc pound. Cotton mattreeafta.
$8.56. Steel springs $5.00. Mai
O. Bursa. 179 X. Commercial St.
"Beautiful Oregon Rose"
and elevra other Oregon aoaga, together
with a fine collection of patriotic
tongs, sacred songs and many eld-time
ALL FOR ?5e
(Special price in quantity lota)
Especially adaptable for school, evaau
ity or home ainging. Bend for
The Vestern Songster
T6 pages, now in its third edit to a.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
315 8. OomaiereUf St. Balam. Ore.
URNISHED APARTMENT FOR RENT.
891 North Commercial.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
apartment, outside entrance. 5oj
FOR REXT FURXISHED FLAT AT
"4 Ferry street. $50 a month.
Phono 23, or apply at Statesman
business of f'n-e
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper pnldmhert. fmi for stamp.
Correspondent, Tolo.'o, Ohio.
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND TWO KEYS, OX LEATHER
string. Owuer my procure t'jem at
LOST ON COURT ST. GOLD NKCK
lace. Leave at 093 Court. Kw:trd.
WANTED FURNITURE, TOOLS
WANTED TO BUT HOUSEHOLD FUR
nitar.. tools, miscellaneous article
WANTED FURXISHED OR UXKUR
-nished apartment, by young roarrie 1
couple.. Xo children. A. V". K., 9,o
APARTMENT WANTED BY REP. THOS.
T. Bennett for l-gislative season. Two
mr three rooms" furnished for house
keeping. Addrcsa E 02 do Statesman.
W YOU HAVE ABSOLUTELY NUMBER
one potatoes, we can handle them. ' We
are also buying siusll sua prunes.
Mangia Bros., Salem, Oregon.
WANTED IVERTTHINO IX HA2D
ware and furniture. Best price paiu.
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
A FURKITURK CO.
285 N. Commercial St. Phoa 941
WANTED FURNITURE, TOOLS. MA
ahinery, stock, ate wm bay for ease
or aell on eommlaaioa. Phone 611.
Woodry, the auctioneer.
AUCTIONEER F. J. WOODRY, THE
lives sock, furniture, real estate aue
tioneer. Phone 611 for sale date.
Re. 1610 X. Summer.
COL. J. B. GABLE
160 b. High.
farm and rity sales.
a HATTERLEE AUCTIONEER. FARM
aad stuck sues. rnonee naaiuac
12 11-J; Office 1177. Baleta, Oraaroa,
IRON. STEEL, BRASS. ALUMINUM
Brian- the piece. Oxo Ga Heating
Co SS7 Court
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
Parlor. 110 Hoita commercial suvn
THE GOOD MAXWELL GINGRICH
Motor Co. 871 Court.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
R.' D. BARTON EX IDE BATTERIES
starter anJ generator work. 171 e
tttraT. 1.1TR BATTERY SERVICr
Station. Expart battery and elaclricai
-Air. rarrii Broa. Paoae 1808. 41
AUTO ELECT RIOT AN ; EXPERT TROU
ble shooting. 818 N. High. Peon
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
SED PARTS It TO H Of1'
l.u TVm-kinr Itousa. 3a Norte
Commercial. . Pho 628.
BICCLES AND REPAIRING
.LOYD K. RAMSDEN DAYTON BICT
eta and repairing. 87 Court.
"Tlie Cyel Man"
147 8. Com-!,
OLERON UHrt r.n EXCHANGE.
Car boogM Hil eold. Ooaranteed re
pairing. WaaMng. Poliahing.
RADIAL"" PENDCR REPAIRS
RADIATOHW - T?1 nlaa
made or repaired. . d D't 44
RELIANCE AUTO PAINTING OO..V319
Sfe St.. cor. Front. Colonel J. 01:
CAiPET AXD SCO WEAVING
CARPET ASD BUO WEAVING RAGS
dvad. FSSM befora a. as. 4"21
ACMfc 1'HUCOt.ATK SHUP "JUST
Candy." Strictly homamada. 121 8.
CAEPEia AJID IXCTT BUGS
SOTICE TO THE PUBUO WE NOW
weave fluff laga made oat ef old ear
pata, any lenf.h er width you desire.
Wa els re-fit. re-sew and aua earpeta.
Feather renovating and mattress steam
ing and re attuf. fialetn Carpet
Clean isg and Fluff Rug Work. Paoae
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. Ma. SON H.
building. Phone ij).
ELECTRIC FIXTURE AND SUPPLY CO.
Phone 1934. 223 X. Liberty.
HALIK'S ELECT If IC SHOP ELEO
trical machine repairing, contracting
til Court, Phone 4s.
AJbCUIE FLEENER. ELECTRICIAN
House wiriof by hour or contract. Csti
mates farniahel. Phona 9s0. 414
MARION -POLK COC.TTY FARM LOAN
association baa money to loan at 5Vs
percent. W. D. Smith, aecretary-treaa
eror HOJI Salem Bank ef Commerce
A. C, Bohrnstedt
Masonic Tempi' , Salem,
CHIMNEY SWEEPIXG FURNACE
cleaning. P. Councilman. Phone 177.
20 YEAR FARM LOAHS OX RURAL
credit plan, pre payment provisions aJ
towed We will finaaee you for a lea
rata of interest than aay firm on the
Private money to loan en either city or
R. W. Marsters
411 Oregon Build ina
DR. L. M. HUM CURES ANY KKOWN
diaease H4 8 Hixh St- paoae 28
WM. NEIMKYER "JUST DRUGS."
175 N. Commercial (treat, phone 167.
OO. 05 C'JRT
CLEANERS AND DYERS
SPICK. N. 8PAN CLEANERS AND
dvera. 644 State.
MAGNETIC HEALING DR. A. I.
Frantx. Acnt and chronic diseases.
Phone 780. 25-28 Breyman Block.
8E AG ROVE F.OR
FURNACES 198 S.
JIESE FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
furniture for leas money. 878 Court.
PEOPLE'S i FURNITURE STORE KEW
aad second hand furmtur. 271 N. Coro
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES
Delivery. C. F. Breit haunt, florist, 128
North Liberty street- Phone 880.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
FENCER CORSETS TO ORDER
Dressmaking. Carri FUher, MeCor
-IAI.KM ELITE HEMSTITCHING.
pleating, buttons, atampiag aad needle
work 829 Oregon Bldg. Phona 879.
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING
stamping, button. Room 10. over Mil
Irr'a store. Pbona 117.
Q ATS FROM $1 UP MRS.
Grimm 619 Court street.
CAPITAL HOTEL CORXXR 8TATX AND
Commercial. Pbona 630.
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN COSY .
60e up 4fi2 State.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St Phone 933.. Distnbutini
forwarding and storage oar specialty
Get our ratee.
WE MOVE, STORK AND SHIP HOUSE
hold goo 3s. Our specialty 1 piano
and furniture moving. We also make
country tripa. - W handle the heat coal
and wood. Call on us for prices. W
give good measure, good quality and
good service. Lamer Transfer Oo
V PARKER'S STAGE LINES
. J. W. Parker. General Manager
Contral Stage Terminal Salem, Oregon
T OALCM-OlL V CKIUK
Leave Salem,- Central Stage Terminal:
7 a.m., il a.m.. 6 p.m.
Leaves Silverton, New Stand:
8 a.m.. 1 p.nu. 6 p.m.
-eaves Salem Central Sure Terminal:
7 a.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m
jeavee Monmouth. Monmoutn Hotel:
8:15 a.m.. 1 p m, 6:15 p.m.
I.eavaa Indenendencc. Beaver Hotel:
4:80 a.m. 10 a.m. 1:15 P.m. 4 D.m. 6:10
We make connection at Salem to tl
part of the valley. Extra trip L
J. W. PARKER. General Mgr
4AI.KM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 186 8
Liberty street. Phnn 25. Oldest
target beat. Established 1889.
1APITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY -
analitv work, prompt service. 1264
Broadway. Phot 165.
.SOOS "SCAVENGER SERVICE SIT
rcsaor to Neal Scavenger) Garhaee and
refuse of all kinds removed by the
month. Reasonable rates. Phones
Office 529, rekid-nre 205.
4AI.EM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE. RE
fns of all kind removed oeapools
-leaned. Phone 167 or 1595W.
SECOND BAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AND
sella aerond hxnd furniture. Tools and
junk. 320 N. Com'l. Phnna 403.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
i and shoes. Beat nrieea paid. Cap
ital Exe.hanra. 842 N. Commercial
Pbona 13t W.
KDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tnner. iaiw order Will
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
BTdvra REBUILT AND REPAIRED-
m Mra exoorirnea. Daoot National
fira. aixe 26 t ?" inrhea hirh
r.;i nil and vsrnishea. etc, login
and hon book. Salem fane and
glove Work. 350 Court etreet, Paoae
unrmTAiw IMLM COUGH REMEDY
r $17 W.
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
Steam Boilers. voJcaaixera and tube
plates Perry C. CanpbclL 17 X.
H. AND M. Co. SPECIALTY GatIND
era aiid welders. automotive acrvice
490 Ferry. Phono 864.
ED. CHASTAIN'S UPSTAIRS MEN'S
shop. hi. i is and evercoata. Uae my
ataira. it pas. 123 ft. CommarciaL
WA HONG NOODLE HOUSE,
BIN SIN NOODLE HOUSE CHOP
suey, 40c; puffed rica, xoe; aoodles,
2Uc; fried awwd.aa. 60c law Is. LA a
WECHTER A SMITH MACHINISTS,
engineers, welders. Haaid cylinder
grinding aervira. Paoae 662-$45 Far
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
graph, sewing machiae. sheet moaie,
and piano studies Repairing phono
graphs and aewinat machine. 482
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUBIO
All branches taught, diploma granted.
John R Site. Director. 1287 Co art
RAG AND JAZr PIANO pi.A7;SG
12 lessons guaranteed. Watannaa
8yit-m. F. B Clara, Mgr.. MoCor
SALEM VARIETY STORE.
Coin merr Phone 1277.
SALEM WATER LIGHT A POWER CO
Office. 801 South Com'l St Ten De
cent discount on domestic flat rate
paid in advance. No deduction for
absence or any eaase unless water if
ahut off your premisea.
WOOD SAWING FHONE 11$1.
country. Ed. Sproed.
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phone 2046. FUher Bro.
LB RETAL'RANT MOST REASON
bl Dncei. Joknioa Barry. 159 B.
TRADE YOUR OLD PfANO FOR A KEW
Victor or Brunswick, H. L. Stiff Far
nitnre Co. Music Dept.
SHERMAN CLAY A CO. PIANOS
Stemways Duo-Art and other, atoor
Music Hons. 415 Court street and
COMPLETE LINK TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City nr-
aery Co.. 429 Oregon Bldg. Phone 75.
RUITLAND NURSERY HAS A SALES
vard at Cherrv City Feed Barn, 514
Ferry Street. Trees ready for plant
ins-. St-e me before buying. rhun-1
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 139 7 -J. Shop. 127 Union
ret A I Hflrtrrev
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
ruifn 5. Armnrr. First third Monday.
DR. GEORGE T. HINER. FOOT 8PE0-
ialist, modern equipment: arrhe made
to order. Room 8, Patten Bldg.
DR. S. F. SCOTT. S. CT. GRADUATE
of the National University of Science
Chicago. Scientific Chiropody. Suite
801-803 Masonic Tsmpla. Phone 640
DR. S. R. 8MTTH. CHIROPRACTOR.
322 Oregon Bldg. Phone 664.
DEL LENA A. BOONE, CHIROPRACTOR.
475 S. Commercial. Hours 10 to 12;
1 to 5. Phone 1415.
DRS. SCOTT & SCOFIELD. P. S. C.
Chiropractors. 414 19 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Phona. 87; res. 828-R.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO.-8uit $01 Ore
CLASSES FITTED BY TTTE BOW Op
tical Co., 325 State street, opposite
Ladd A Bush Bank. "Use Quality
PR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic disesses. 415 Oregon Bldg.
S. Bank Bldg.
DR. F08TER 404 OREGON BLDG.
Phone 756, 2024 J.
OR W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATH 'C
Physician and Surgeon. Kirksville
graduate, 404-405 U. S. National Bank
Bid. Phone, office 919: rea. 614.
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER DE
formitiea of the feet corrected without
loss of time from your occupation.
Dr. White A Marshall. U. 8. Bank
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Saron, 403-404 Ore
goe Bldg. Phonee. office, 1894; re
FOR SALE DEKmARLK CLOSE IX
acrease by owner. Glenn Adams. Phone
t-KliOM HOUSE. MODERN CONVENT
enrca. corner lot. five blocks from ren
t-r of city, psved street. Would make
a good incomo proposition. $3noo
rah $1000, balance $20 and intoret
6 per cent.
3.11 Stale St
USED CAR WORTH $300 AR FIRST
pavment on good 6 room house. Price
$2800, balance like rant Sea it tndav
A. W. ESTES REALTY CO.
ANDERSON A RUPERT
8ueeeaora to I.aflar A Laflar
ofl-7 Oregoa Bldg
ABSOLUTELY THE BEHT HOUSE ON
Hi- market today for sale at the rigbt
Gertrude J. M. Page
49J X. Cottage St.
WILL TRADE LATE MODEL ACTOMO-
biie en 3 or 4 room boose, lolanre
monthly. A. I . c Statesraaa.
23 ACRES. 6 MILKS OUT. NEAR 0RE-
txn electric. U li stat on, bouse, bam.
rnkkm. aod hog bouse. 1 acre peaeh-e-.
otht-r fruit. 2 cre in cuiticatioa
8150O. $875 in 4 years at 6 per cent.
Will take light cat. acme ca,h f'it
M. J. Hunt
Ladd k Bush Bldg.
30 ACltES RIVER itoiTOM LAND'
House, bars aad orchard; a tcap al
6 ROOM HOUSE NICE LOT. BEARING
fruit treca and berries; good location;
40 ACRES RIVER BOTTOM LAND
r!o in, for about the price of the
building- F. L. Wood, 341 State Si.
ON EXCHANGES WHERE BOTH
properties are listed with us. Bring in
your trades if you have anything ef
The Fleming Realty Co.
341 Stat St.
An Unencumbered Farm
FOB SOME BUSINESS. WHAT HAVE
y on i
The Fleming Realty Co,
341 State St.
The Owners Leaving the
l ACRE, 5-ROOM COTTAGE, GARAGE.
bkIj. family fruit; fS20O. J2200 cash,
balance to suit. This is outside the
C ROOM MODERN, PAVED STREET,
close in, a $4200 property, must be
sold at once, $:lf00, $500 cash, balance
' to be arranged at 6 per cent.
5 ROOM MODE R.X FIREPLACE
large porch, wood shed, $2400. $1300
cash, balance at 6 per cent
OAKLAND srx TOURING AND CASH
CLOSE IN BUSINESS PROPERTY 82
xl65. Price $12,000. 7-room modern
Dungaiow, fireplace, furnace, cement
basement, garage, paved treet. If yon
want a snap see this. Price $500.
terms. 5-room bungalow modern in
every way on N. Com'l. St. Price $4001
terms. 6 room bungalow with basement,
near ichool. Price $3150, rash. 6-room.
bungalow at 31 S. 25th St. basement.
Price $3675, cash. Good 7-room
house at 729 N. Liberty St. Prico
$3150. $1000 cash. 5-room cottage on
Mill St. modern plumbing and lighta.
Price $2200. $1000 cash. Real Estate
and Fire Insursnce.
W. H, Grabenhorst & Co.
275 Stat St.. U. Y. .lank Bldg.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT
Washington, D. C,
November 6, 1922.
Notice is hereby giv-n that subject to
the conditions and limitation of the Ant
of June 0. (.19 Kte.t. 218), and the
instructions of the Secretary jf the In
terior of September 15, lf17 1 40 I.. D.
447), the timber on the foll-iwing Ud
will be s?!d at 10 o'clo- k a. fti. on Decem
ber 19. 1922. at public auction at the
United States land office at Portland,
Oregon, to tke highest bidder at not less
than the appraised value as shown by thia
notice, sale to be subject to the approval
of the Secretary of the Interior. The
prucaaxe price, with an additional sum of
one-fifth of one per cent, thereof, being
commissions allowed, must be- deposited
at time of sale, money to be returned if
sale is not approved, otherwise patent
will issne for the timber which must be
removed within ten years. Bida will be
received from citizens nd corporations
organised under the laws of the United
States or any State. Territory r District
thereof only. Upon application of a
qalifi d purchaser, the tiiiber on any
legal subdivision will be offered separate
ly, before being included in any offer of
a larger unit.
T. 4 N.. R. 3 W., Sec. 1. N. E. 'i
X. E. 4. yellow fir 440 M. ; X. W. 4
X. E. t. yellow fir 140 M.; none of the
ydlow fir on these tract to be sold for
less than $2.25 per M.
T. 5 X.. R. 3 W.. Sec. 35. X. E. M
X. E. yellow fir. 1250 M., red cedar
50 M.: X. W. 4 X. E. red fir,
1350 M, yellow fir 250 M.. red cdar 50
M. ; S. E. X. E. X, yellow fir,
2425 M.. red cedar 150 M.; S W. M
X. E. , red fir 275 M., yellow fir
860 M., red cedar 25 M.,; X. E. S. E.
H. yellow fir. 1390 M.; X. W. M
S. E.. red fir. 575 M.; yellow fir
275 M.. red cedar 50 M.; S. E.
S. E. , red fir 100 M.. yellow fir
6S0 M.; . W. J4 S. E. Vt. red fir 575 M..
yellow fir 400 M. red cedar 50 M
none of the fir or cedar on this area to
b sod for lesa than $2.25 per M.
T. 9 8., R. 3 E.. Sec. 23, S. E.
S. W. H, red fir 620 M.: none of th-
fir on this tract to be aold for less than
11.75 per M.
GEO. R. WICKHAM,
Acting Commissioner. General Land
FOB RENT r ARMS
FOR REXT 200 ACRE FARM WITH
approximately 125 acres in cultivation.
Tnnuire John It. MeNarv. Salem.
Speculators Active Yester
day, But Unable to Make
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Spec
I'lators for the decline resumed
their operations at the begin
n'ng of today's stock market
hut were unable to make much
headway ' except in a few inde
indent steels, public utility
rubber, low priced rail and oil
.hares, fluctuations being within
narrower limits. The general
list showed better resistance to
pressure, and while trading was
not very extensive, closing price
were mainly higher.
Two factors which have in
fluenpod recent selling were It
luidation through brokerage
houses desiring to make a fav
arable showing on the stock ex
ebangie questionnaire asking
their pos'tion on the market
and so-called "taxation selling
which usually makes its appear
ance at this time and continues
'o the end of the year. The
manner in which a number of
stocks recovered indicated that
the market was over-sold in
Dividend paying railroad
shares generally showed frac
tional gains. Deterioration ot
the regular dividend by Pacific
oil, which previously was re
ported to be in danger, failed to
b'd up the stock. Changes in
other oils were mixed.
United States Steel common
Persistent Co m m i s s i o n
House Buying Has Bet
ter Effect on Market
CHICAGO, Not. 17.
tent commisison bouse buying
gave aa upward slant to grain
prices today despite substantial
enlargement of the Argentine
visible supply of wheat and of
the estimated wheat yield in
Australia. Wheat here closed
firm, 5-8 to 1 1-S cent net high
er, with December 1.20 1-4 to
1.20 3-8 and May 1.17 1-2 to
1.17 5-8. Corn finished un
changed to half cent higher and
oats up 1-4 to 1-2. In provis
ions, the outcome Taried from
the sajne as yesterday's finish to
12 cents off.
Houses with seaboard connec
tions led the buying of wheat,
and this circumstance, together
with higher quotations at LiTer-
pool, lent signiicance to the re
port that of all the wheat grow
ing areas in the world. Europe
has had the most satisfactory
yield this season. Another bul
lish factor was word from
Omaha that eTery offer of corn
and oats to the west was ac
cepted over night at the highest
prices yet this season. Ener
getic domestic milling demand
tended also to encouage bullish
Only transient easing up of
tne wheat market followed an
nouncement that Australia's ex
portable surplus would be 20,
000,000 to 30,000.000 bushelH
more than looked for, and that
the Argentine visible supply , had
increased 1,000,000 bushels dur
ing the last week. In the face
of these bearish advices, com
misison houses continued to buy
and the market closed at . about
the top figures of the day.
Corn received active support
notwithstanding heavy profit
weasness ol nog values un
dermined the provision maiitet.
Oats sympathized with wheat
moved up a point to. 104 3-8, but
some of the independent steels
were weak. Bethlehem "A
sold off narly four points on a
turnover of 300 shares and the
B' declined a quarter while
Lackawana, Midvale and Van
adium sold off small fractions to
one point. Gulf States Steel
moved up nearly 2 points.
Total sales were 926,000
Call money opened at 4 1-2
per cent, dropped to four before
noon, and then to 3 3-4, the low
est rate since September 18
when it closed at 3 1-2 per cent
Time money continued on a five
per cent basis and commercial
paper at 4 3-4.
Sharp recoveries took place In
foreign exchange, demand ster
ling getting just below 4.48 and
franc checks crossing 7 cents for
the first time in two weeks.
Price anoted ar vnvolaaata aad
irice received by farmer. No
tricot are given except at aoted.
No. 1 White wheat $1,2.
jo. z wneat si.
No. 3 Red wheat (aarkrd) 99e.
Cheat hay $17.
Oat hay. $30.
Clover hav. baled $19(5? 10.
EGOS. BUTTER BUTTERFAT
Ergs, retail. 50c.
Creamery butter, retail 49 Q 50c.
Bniterfat (delivered). 48c,
Milk $2.25 cwt.
Old roosters. 8 10c,
Hens, lights, 12e.
Hens heavy, Ifte.
PORK. MUTTON AND BEEP
Hogs, top. $10 10.25.
Dressed hogs, 14c.
Top veal, dressed 13c ,
Steera. 5 6c.
Cows..2tt4 1-4 e.
Navel oranges. $9.75.
California grapefruit. $7.50.
Tomatoes. 50c bo.
Head lettuce. $2.25 crate.
Cucumbers, 40c doi.
Rets. $2. 00 rwt
Portland Buying Prices
EGOS, POULTRY AND MEATS
Xo. 1 churning cream, 483'-e f.o.h
Portland; 45c at atationa; undergradr
Current r ceipts 50f 52c white ben
neries, HHS'i 57r.
LIVE POULTRY QUIET
(Less commission) Hesvy hens, 22f$
23c lh ; do light, 13c; springs 18f19c;
old roonterj. 10e; ducks, white Pekin.
voong 2'r: old durk.. nominal: liv tnr
keys. No. 1 dressed, 3c; do. live, 30;
DRESSED MEATS WEAK
(Less rommiskn) Choir. 1'ght boga,
tlSJU'-ir; undrgradea llJ13e: veal.
a n-a-les. 10 '.4 h. 11c,; undrrgrades, 8c
HAY AND GRAIN
HAY FIRM. SCARCE
( Delivered Portland) Valley timolhy,
$21; Eastern Oreion timothy. $2 13
12 ton: alfalfa. $H.50$I9 ton: clovet
'10 ton: rr in hay. Halfl: oats and
vetch $2021 ton; straw M$9.
Bid prices (Track Portland. In cat
lots) Wh-it ontins $1,160; 1.26; Bsart
or blnentem $1.48-4 1.49 :oat $3 5.SO'
36; Eastern yellow corn. $33.25 34.75:
trie .C(.2 3 Oi 3 .75 : mifhrun 3I.
Apples 50e(5i $2 25 according to va
riety and pack); hnckleberries. nominal
pears. 40 ft 65r; rru'vi. $1.7592.25.
New pnta to-50 0.65c ewt.; Orego
cabbage. IftflVke lb.; parsnip, le lh.
carrots. 25c doxen bunches; new onfnna
$1.00(1.25 ewt.: cream snnaah. nominal
tomatoes, nominal; cauliflower. $1.25$
Half blood and fine. 80e35c; three
eighths blood. 3032c: quarter blood. 2
(J27e: low quarter and braid. 2022e.
matted r rotted wool. I6OI80.
( NOTE Eastern Oreon. Waahlartas
and Idaho ranch clips bnag 2 to 8 eeat
lesa than valley wool.)
HOPS 1921 crop, nominal: aew crop
NEW: YORK, Not. 17. Evap
orated applet easy; prime state
10 1-2G13 1-4; prunes firm; ap
ricots about firm.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Nov.
17. Wheat, cash: No. 1 north
ern 1.18 7-S(n 1.27 7-S; December
1.16 T-S; May 1.16.
LIVERPOOL, Not. 17.---C1o5:
rersis-lWneat 1-Sd to 1 l-2d hikher;
December 10s 7 l-2d; March 9s
11 3-Sd; May 9s 8 1-Sd.
BUENOS AIRES WIIEAT
BUENOS AIRES. Not. 17.
Opening: Wheat half cent lower;
December 1.15; February 1.09.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Not. 17.
Butter: Prints extras 48c; cubes
extras 45c; prime firsts 44c;
Utitterfat, Portland deltTery: No
1 sour cream 48 49c.
Potatoes: Buying price locals
60fa70c; selling price 90 (? 1.25
NOTICE OP SCHOOL MKKTlNiG. v . .
Notice is hereby given to the legal voters of School District No.
24 of Marlon rnimtv Stato nf DreaTOn.
district will be held at the high
December, 1922. at 8 o'clock p.m. for the purpose. Ol aitcusam m
budget hereinafter set out with the levylnf board. - v, . , .
The total amount of money needed by the Utd school district
during the fiscal year beginning on
18r 1923, is estimated In the following mta.et ana intiaaet tun
amounts to be receired from tfie county school fund, state school
fund, elementary school fund, special 4Jstrict i tax, and . all other
moneys of the district. '' -
I. Personal Serrlce .'
1. Teachers & substitute s salaries
2 teachers at 540.00
1 teacher at 578.00
12 teachers at
12 teachers at
25 teachers at
13 teachers at
30 teachers at
4 teachers at
13 teachers at
8 teachers at
1 teacher at
1 teacher at ....... 1850.00
1 teacher at 2000.00
Substitute teachers. . . ......
2. Principals, superintendents.
clerks, nurse, physician, tru- 7 '
ancy, census and librarians: - '. 1
6 principals at . $1400.00 8,400
2 principals at 1500.00 S.000
1 principal at 1750.00 1,760
1 principal at 2100.00 . 8,100 -. m
1 superintendent at . 3600.00 3,0O
1 secretary at ..... 90.00 940
1 H. S. secretary at.. SOO.OO .' 600 V v
1 clerk at 780.00 f 80 '
1 school nurte at... 850.00 850 j
1 school physician at. 425.00 415
1 truant ofiicer at .. 411.00 ; 42S
1 census enumerator at 376.00 875 :
Public library 8,160 '
1 head janitor at . ..81500.00
1 janitor at 9A0.O0
2 janitors at ... 8S5.00
1 janitor at ..... ... 810.00
1 janitor at .'. 787.50
4 janitors at 765.00
1 janitor at 710.00
1 janitor at 697,50
1 janitor at 540.00
4 Janitor boys at . . 100.00
Extra janitor service before
school in September
II. Material and supplies:
1. Educational equipment -
(typewriters, science, manual
training and educational).
2. Furniture '
(tables, chairs, desks, black
3. Educational supplies
4. Library books, periodicals,
magazines, supplementary read
5. Janitors' supplies
6. Fuel anrt wood
7. Light, power and gas
8. Water and phones
ii. Postage and stationery
11. Freight and.drayage
1. New building
2. Concrete walks, etc.
IV. Maintenance and repairs:
1. Senior high school ,
2. Washington junior high school
Z. Grant junior high school . .
4. MrKinley junior high school.
6. Garfield i
7. Highland . .
8. Lincoln a
10. Richmond . . ;
11. Other buildings
1. Redemption of bonds
2. Interest on bonds . . .
3. Interest on warrants
I. State school fund
II. County school fund .......
III. Elemeniary school fund . . .
IV. High school tuitfon fund
V. Other sources A.
Total estimated receipts,
not including proposed tax. . .
Total estimated expenses for the year
Total estimated receipts not In proposed tax . . .
Balance, amount to be raise d by tax ;.....;... . .$114.20
Six per cent limitation 1119,000; redemption of bonds, f 10,000;
interest en bonds. $5250; total, $124,250. 1 A
Dated this 16th day of November. 1922: -" ..v'- '
Devers Will Represent
State at Washington; .
J. M. - DeTers. aaaUUit attor-
genrrt. it". - -
Washing toB, IX C where he will m
represent te sUte. legal P"
ment In the, intervention of the
Oregon pobHcerrlce eomrauwum
in the sppUcstloa or me douih..
Pacific company. W acquire con
trol f the Central vm ra,f
way llnea. ' v " ;
The Orx coi.mlion is
neither opposing nor npportlng
the Southern N PadHc company,
but has entered eompWint -ilast
various roada demncJng ,
contraction ; of rail-way IinSs in
central sad: eastern Oregon W
the more adequate protection yI .
Oregon ahlppera. J
la ehaM tKflS-OSirtkrT WJUl
that S SCHO01 AieQUBK Ol iu
school building on,lh Itth Of
June 19. 192J. and enduig June
... v ...?188.H6
t a. - a
e fi .
. . 109.000
W. H. BCHOIIARDT. DIsL Clerkr
RUSSELL CATUN. Chairman ,
WM. GAHLSDORF, jSccretary j
E. B. MILLARD .
PAIJL B. ; WALLACE 1 l f
J. F. HUGHES . i . As
a. e. haLvorsen ;
H. H. OL1NOER S ;
CURTIS B. CROSS
W. C. WINS LOW .
U J. SIMERAI - :': v