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fHE OREGON STATES3IAM. SALKM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNTNG, NW'OIBER 29 1922 "
Rate per trerei
rare toition , i
Ob week (sis tasartasas).
u months' contract, per soo. 15e
.9jaoath' contract, par me. .2
afisimuai tor tar advertlsue't 95
j NORWICH UNION
r!RE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W. a. Burghardt, Jr.
Resident Agent 271 Bute 8t.
h LMONEY TO LOAN
j On Real Estate
j ! T. K. FORD
I (Over Ladd & Bosh Bank)
flOGS FOR RALE BROOD SOWS
with or without pigs. Alo pige just
I wned. Will sell on time or let a
. share to responsible party. Juo. II.
: Brett. 2i Oregon Bld$
TOR fSALE A SPLENDID SPAN OK
ay mirM, 1600 pounds ech. W.ll
- Mil on time to respunaibl party. Jvlui
tL Scott. 22 8 Or. -go a Ridg. '
I HASP PICKED APPLES DELIVERED.
Spitseubrg, Rom Beauty. Wincsap, a
1 hexes (or 92.00; & (or S3.UO; 10 (or
SojOO. . Delivered. Oobbage, 91.25 per
. 100 lb. Ward K. K-ichatdaon, 239.')
IK! rnl Phiin. QA
DO NOT ALLOW TOUR HOME. HOUSE
eeld good or business to ba uninsured
a moment. It ia unbusineaalik iUid
nsaft. Wa farniah protection and
aanriee aad Tory low cot. Standi A
f sley. afta., phono 847.
rOB SALE ITALIAN PRUNES FROM
Kd Hill orchard (cnaranted) ; 40;.'0
aa ia par lb.; SOltfOa at 10c; 6O70
. at Procaaaed and packed iu
. J lb. boxes (28 lb. gross); or in
erifinal condition la loo lb. bass le
laaa par lb. Cash with each order.
Hw. Dancer. K. a. Box 138. Salem,
LOST raiDAY EVESIXG, A LARG
black aaadbaf on highway 3 to ft milts
awrta ( Jefferson. Containinc com
plete millUry uniform. Kewsrd, c:o
Mat bho. Howard Htrond, Corrallia.
MsIW 6-ROOJI MODERN HOUSE
Market atreot west o( 12th 94800.
Will take bona and lot worth 92000
' or li(t auto in exchange. Harris, 924
H. jCapitol. 1942 J.
WAJfTED WORK BT DAY OR PLAIN
aawiag. Pbon 994
IPKCIAL 6 BOOM HOUSK. LIGHTS.
. watar, part baaament. te. Oood lot,
. 91W00 on $200 down. Brown, over
- Baaieka. State and Commercial.
tWO STRAY HORSES TAKEN UP.
: Owner call immediately. Phono 101-K4.
L08T BETWEEN TWELFTH AND
Croat 8trcta and Postofliie. a gray
, Velvet plnah hand bag. Leave at
FOR 8AIJC KIU1IT BOOM MODERN
house near South Commercial car line.
' Lot oOxla. Price 9000. Uood
W. G, Krueger
Oregon Bldg.v Phone 217.
EARLY SEW 7 BOOM BUNGALOW
, 'rait, and aata. Nice borne, 1 block to
aarect car. 93200, $1000 cash, a
j atoath; might trad lor a ranch. a!o
I 917.OO0 atock of marchandiae and
building (or aale. Would take some
trade ta or around Salem.
- Mr J. Hunt
. Ladd Buah BMg.
? Trading. Specialty
Partlaad income end residence property
, ia exchange for farms, orchards and
, lands in the valley. Come and aee us.
' we may do yen a seme.
The Fleming, Realty Co,
MALI AJT0 rZMXLM
WANTED MXir AMD WOMCN - TO
take (area papar aabeerrptiona. A fad
v propoattioa t the right paopie, Addra
the Paoifia Homestead, Statesman Bldg.
- Hala.' Ore.
OETL MARRIEDBEST MATRIMONIAL
paper, published. . Free for , stamp.
Correspondent, ToleAas Ohio.
EPILEPTICS WOULD YOU CARE TO
, learn about New rational treatment foi
- immedsat relief of epilepay. Poeitivi
c ly stopping all aeisnrea from first days
' nae. Information free, "Specialist."
Drawer C-693, Lander, Wyoming. ,
1 BIRDS, PETS AND IXOWERS
SEE OUR MEW 8HIPMENT OF POT
; ted plants. They are priced right. E.
v B, Flake, birds, flowers, pets, 279
USED C1IICKERIN0 GRAND. IN GOOD
ahapa. Will give soma terms. L I
? atiff Fvrnitnr Oo.
FOR BALE GOOD USED MAHOGANY
- plana (aft ma to aelL Price 9200.
. terms. H. L- Stifi Fnrnttnr Oe, Ma
IF TOO WANT TO GET THE BE81
farm paper, send lSe to the Pacific
' Homestead, Balem, Oregon, tor e three
months' trial subseriptioa. Meetior-
. this ee
100 t YEAR OLD B. a WHITE LEG
bore kens, 91 sack. W. A. Ford
, Umatilla. Oregon. ,
POULTRY MEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for tpecisl three menthi
trial for the beat aad eldaat lours
la the weau. . The artielea aad e4rr
i titnnt are ef special interest to th.
' poaltry brredera ef the Northwest
Northwest Poultry Journal, I U Cow
mereial street. Salam. Oregon.
WOOD FOR SALfc, LARGE SKCONI
erewth. Cell 1467. , '
BEST GRADE MILL WOOD 4 FOOl
aad le-iaeh. Prompt dhry. Rae
enable price. Fred E. Walla. 909 8
Charca. Pbon 1549.
CIDER AND SNOW APPLES DELIVER
red daily. D Ruble, phone 1-F14.
PHONE 4-F4 FOR NICE TABLE AP
s plea for Thanksgiving. , !
FObt MALE Old PCWSPAPEeta.
seats a beadle. Circulation - depr
ment, Oregea Statesmaa.
SUMMER LUOOAG REDUCED W ALI
paper remnant, plaster wal'hoaH
Velvet stair carpet, 81-. Ender
anc kick grade keuse paint, a sis.
tuiae, lOe pooad. Cottos mattrsstae
99.50. Btl spring 95.00. Ma
0 BarS 119 N OamrlJ St. -
"Beautiful Oregon Rose"
aad lera ether Oregon eeags, to gather
with a fine collect ion ef patriotic
eoaga. aaered eeaga and aaaay eld -time
ALL FOB e .
1 r Special price ia qaantltr lets)
EsMcially adaptable for aehooL commas;
. ity or home aiagiag. Bead for
The Western Songster
t9 page, new In It third odlttoa.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
115 B. Osasmerelal St, Salsa, Ore,
FULLER BRUSHES LOCAL. REP&K-
s-niatiTe, urime. 1937J.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS ASH XMAS SPE-
roinny rrTirrt the b-auty of
the Yuletids apirit. 8"le-t tln-m n-w
for later delirery. Flower in the
Bottle P rfume .SfK)p, us . LiWr'y.
AUCTION SALE TI'KSDAY LEO.
i :.tu p. m , 1027 Oak St.. high las
furniture, rugs, ranee, hing r vwing
machine, draperies, rurtfiirm, pillow,
hntrn. ilvrrwar, glaWLie, k. uten
ails, etc. Everything the .ime new
Don't miss thin sale. Julia Parsons,
owner; F. X. Wootlry, ajctioner.
OB REST FURNISHED APART
meats and garage at 1132 Center St.
FURNI8HED APARTMENT FOB RENT
BV1 north Commercial.
FOR RENT TWO HOUSEKEEPING
roonra. rnone 5H6 W
FOR RENT FURNISHED FLAT AT
004 H Kerry street. 950 a month.
Phen 23, or apply at Statesman
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND LADY'S BROWN COAT.
Owner may have same by proving
property and paying for this ad. Ray
L. Farmer Hardware tV
WANTED A JERSEY BULL.
WANTED TO BUY SET CAR PEN'
ter'a tools. Must be rheup for caitii.
Price Shoe Co. ,
W ANTED THREE ROOM APART
ment or flat or three rooms in rci
dene. Near grade school. Brooks,
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOLS. MA
ehinery, stock, etc Will buy for eaab
or sell oa commission Phone 611.
Weodry, the auctioneer.
WANTED TO BUY HOUSEHOLD FUR
nit are, tools, miscellaneous articles-
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOLS, BT0.
IP YOU HAVE ABSOLUTELY NUMBER
on potatoes, we can handl Uieui
Mangis Bros., Salem, Oregon.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
war and furniture. Beat prices paid.
In K CAPITAL. HiKDWaJtl
a rchtKiTCRE oo.
28ft N. Couimorrial St. Phone 947
ACCTIONEEK OF FARM AND PER
sonal property. Q. Satterle. 180 N
Commercial Sr., room 21, over People's
Cash Store. Residence phone 1211-J
Office phone 430.
AUCTIONEER F. n. WOODKV THt
liTestock, forsitur, real sstate ssr
tioaeer. Phos 611 for sale dates
Re. 1610 M. Summer
COL. 3. B. GABLE AUCTIONEER.
farm and city sales. 160 S. High.
Phone 144S. ,
IRON. STEEL, BRASS, ALUMINUM
Brias; -the piece. - Oxo-Oaa " Heatxag
Co fiBT uourt
THE GOOD MAXWELL GlNGRTCt
Motor Oo. 971 Oourt.
BATTERY AND ELECT R1Q1AA
R. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIEr
starter and gwaerator work. 171 t
Commercial. PRESTO -LITE BATTERY BKRVICi
Station. Expert battery sad electric
work. Ferris Bros. Phone 1909. 4U
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPEKT TKOl
bl sbootUg. 819 N. High. Pho
TTRE8 AND AO0EB8ORtE8
rfSED PARTS 1-9 TO H OFF. MIEE'F
Aute wrecking Hooae se nertt
Oomaercial. Phone 62
BIOICLES AND REPAIRINO
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN DAVTON B1CY
eloa and rDirinc. SS7 Crm rt
The Cycl Man'
147 8. Com'L
WILL SACRIFICE MY HIGH GRADE
touring car, which it in perfect con
dilion; might consider tome terms, or
some trade. Address Dot dio, o
1921 FORD SEDAN FOR SALE AT A
snap. Also 1921 Ford conpe At Ole-
aoa s Auto Exchange
TOURINO FORD 1917 A-1 SHAPE.
for aale cheap. lo7 b. Winter St.
OLESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE USED
cars, bought, sold or sold on eommi
sion. Daily or monthly atoraga.
RADIATOR A CENDEB REPAIRS
d i rtt t Tfinci rtvntRH snnrta
made er impaired. J. C. Bair. 444
W A B. AUTO REPAIR SHOP Wr
lo do all kinda of repairing. Sa
f led, scissors, knives and lawnmower
ground. Soldering work done. 01
staves mad nw. Auto atored b
day or month. We will aell or trad
your oed car for vou. Bring it in
ut. All work guaranteed. 175 N
Commercial. In rear of Xeimeyei
Dmg Store. Phone 167.
RELIANCE AUO PAINTINO CO. lt
State St., cor. Front. Colonel J. Olm
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
CARPET AND RUG WEAVIN
Phone before 9 a. m. 84 F21.
CME CHOCOLATE SHOP "JUSi
Candy." Btrictly homemade, ill b
OARPBie AMD FX.CTT BUGS
rOTTCE TO THE fMTtLTC W NOV
was finff fags msde ent of old car
rea a' length or width yoa deetre
W- i e e mm aad aiae rarpeta
Feather ranTieir aad mattress steam
tna and re nakirg. Baler Carpet
C)aaag and 'raff Rag Works. Phone
eai.rv m.rrrRio ro masowh
nMtne. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURE AND SUPPLY OO.
Phone 1994. 8S2 N. Liberty.
HALIK-r E1.F.CTHK "HOP . El-rTO.
reiesl maehie repalrinf. eeatractiax.
117 Ceari,. Fkoaa 498.
AJiCHiE FLEENER. ELECTRICIAN
Hons wiring by bear or contract. Etti
mstee faraiaheL Phea 980, 414
MONEY TO UAN AT VARIOUS
sums from 9 TOO to 2oot on e(ty or
country property. W. A. Liston, agent,
MARION POLK COCWTY FARM LOAN
association haa money to lean at 6H
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary-tre-arwr
90S Sales Bank of Commerce
6 PER CENT
A. C. Bohrnstedt
407 Masonic Temple, Salem. Ore.
CHIMNEY SWEEPINO FURNACE
cleaning, r. Councilman. Phone 177.
20 YEAR FARM LOaHS ON RURAL
credit plan, pre-payment proTiaieae at
lowea We finaoee you tor a ieas
rate of interest than aay firm a the
Private money te loan a ettber eity or
R. W. Marsters
411 Oregon Building
CHINE 9 B PHYSICIAN
DR L. M. HUM CURES ANY EKOWN
dlaaa 8 Hiih St. phone 289
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUP8."
175 N. Commercial street, phoa 167.
BREWER DRUG CO. 406 COURT
OXBABTER8 AND DYERS
SPICK. N. SPAN CLEANERS AND
dyers. 644 State.
MAGNETIC HEALING DR. A. I.
Frantt. Aeat ana chronic diseases.
Pbon 780. 25-28 Brer man Block.
8KAGR0VE FOR FURNACES 199 8
GIE8E FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
furniture for less money. 179 Court.
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE 8TORE NE'eY
and second hand furniture. 271 N Com
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES.
Delivery. C F. Breithanpt, florist, 129
North Liberty attest. Phone 980. ,
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
SPENCER CORSETS TO ORDER
Dressmaking. Carrie Fisher, MeOer
SALEM ELITE HEM8TITCU1NU.
pleating, buttons, stamping aad needle
work. 829 Oregon Bldg. Phone 979.
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING.
stamping, buttons. Room 10, over Mil
ler's stor. Phone 117.
HATS FROM 91 UP MRS. 0.
Onmm. 619 Oeart atreet.
CAPITAL HOTEL CORNER STATE AND
Commercial. Phono 680.
ARLINGTON HOTEL -50
ap. 462 State.
W. J. MAYER. HIGH CLASS I ADIES'
tailoring; long coats, suits and dresses.
Room 7. McCormsck Bldg. Phone tb2.
APITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St Phone 938.. Dietribotmg
forwarding and storage ear specialty
Oet oar ratea.
VF MOVE, STORE AND SHIP H0U8E
hold goods. Oar specialty is piano
and fnrnitnre moving. We alae make
country trips. V a handle the best coal
and wood. Call on ua for price. W
grv good meaaur. good quality aad
good service. Larraer Transfer Oo
4ALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 126 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
tare-st beat. Establiahed 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY -
tiualiiy work, prompt larfies. 1264
Broadway. Phone 165.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
Si a no tuner. Leere erdtrs Will g
PARKER'S PTAme lrwwe
J. W. Parker, General Manager
Central Stare Terminal Salem, OreffOe
Leaves Salem, Central Stare Terminal:
7 a.m.. 11 a.m 6 p.m.
leaves Silverton, New Stand:
8 a.m., 1 p.m., 9 p.m.
leaves Sal era Central Stag Terwiinal-
7 s.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m. 9 p.m. 9 aji.
jost Moameata, Monmouth Hotel:
9:15 a.nv, 1 pnu, 6:15 p.m.
iesvet Indepeadsace, Bearer Hotel J
4:90 a.m. 10 s.m. 1:16 p.m. 4 p.m. 9:90.
We make oonnectiona st Salem to 11
part ef the valley. Extra tripe by
J. W. PARKER. General Mgr.
SECOND HAXD GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUTS AND
sells second hand furniture. Tools and
junk. a.'O N. Com'L Phons 493.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
ing aad shoes. Best price oald. Cap
949 N. Commercial.
Phase lSa W.
009 SCAVENGER SERVICE (PUC
' eessor to Neal Scavenger) Garbage and
refuse of all kinds removed by the
month. Reasonable rates. Thones:
Offic 529, residence 2059.
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE, BE
fve of all kinds removed apoola
-leaned. Phon 187 or 1595W.
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
TOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 year experi'Bee. Depot National
fence, sii 28 to 29 inches high.
Paiata. oil and varnlahea, te, logan
berry and hop hook. Salon fence aad
Stove Work. 950 Court atreet Phoa
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
Phon 91 7-W.
rHE CROSS AUTOMATIC ELFPTRTC
Steam Boilers, mlcaniiers an 4 tub
plate. Perry a Cwnpbell, tl7 N.
H. AND M. CO. SPECIALTY GilND
srs sad wslders. inmotivs semes.
4 AO Perry. Phona 864.
ED. OHASTAIN CITHftfG CO. SUITS
and overcoats. Use my stairs: it pays.
905 Stat St.
ECHTER A SMITH MACHINISTS,
engineer, welder. Heeld cylinder
grinding server. Phea 56S-84A Per-
WA HONG NOODLE HOUSE.
BIN SIN NOODLE HOCSR CHOP
ney. 40c; paffad rir. iOn; aoodie.
"' fried aev4.ee, Boc ltw tt. Hi
UKO C WILL PIANOS. PUUNO
grapka, sewing aiechmt, ehoet maslc
u. a:te tLm,iu.r ius. itMaa
rstia so J eieehmaav 412
!ALEM CON8KRVATOKT OP MUSIC
All branches taught, tliptoas granted
John R. Site. Director. 1297 Court
RAG AND JAZZ PIANO P;tTi NG
12 lesson guaranteed Waterman
Syat'in. F. B Clark, Mgr., MeCor
SALEM VARIETY STORE. 16 M.
CommereiaL Pbooe 1277.
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER CO.
fir. 801 Sonth Com'L St Tea per
cent diaconni oa domestic fist rate
paid ia edvsace. No deduetaa for
a been c or any cans unless wstor is
hut off y.ur premises.
WOOD SAWING PHONE 1151.
country. Ed. Sproed
REST AO RANTS
HUB RETAURANT MOSTT REAHON
sbl price Johnson-Bsrry 159 8
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick, H. L. Stiff Fur
niture Co. Music Dept.
SHERMAN CLAY A CO. PIANOS
Steiawaya Duo-Art and others Moor'
Music Hoot. 415 Court street ad
COMPLETE LINE TREE8 SMALL
traits, ornamentals. Capital City Nor
aery Co.. 426 Oregon Bldg. Phone 75.
FRUITLAND NURSERY HAS A SALES
yard at Cherry City Feed ,Barn, 54
Ferry Street. Trees ready for plant
ing. See uie before buying. Phon
ROWLAND PRINTING CO.
printing. Masonic Temple.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397 J. Shop, 117 Union
etreet. A. L. Godfrey.
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
Camp 5. Armory. First third Mondav.
DR. GEO ROB f. HINKK. FOOT 8PE0
ialiat, modern equipment; arch mad
to order. Room 8, Patton Bldg
DR. 8. F. 8COTT. 8. O, GRADUATE
af th National University of Science
Chicago. Scientific Chiropody. Bait
801-303 Masonic Temple. Phone 640
; for eppointment.
DR 8. R. SMITH. CHIROPRACTOR.
822 Oregon Bldg. Phone 664.
DR LENA A. BOONE. CHIROPRACTOR!
475 8. CommereiaL Hours 10 to 12;
1 to 5. Phone 1415.
DRS. SCOTT A SCOF1ELD, P. 8. C.
Chiropractors. 414-19 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Pbon 87; res. 828-R.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO. Suit 901 Or
GLASSES PITTED BT THE BOW OP
tical Co.. 925 State atreet. opposite
Ladd Buah Bank. "Ua Quality
Proven 8b or-ona."
DR. A. SLAUGHTER A CUTS AND
chronic diseases. 415 Oregon Bldg.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL 90
U 8. Bank Bldg.
DR FOSTER 404 OREGON BLDG.
Phonea 756. 202 4-J.
DR. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
Physician snd Surgeon. Kirksville
graduate, 404 405 U. S National Bank
Bid. Phone, office 919; re. 814,
DR. JOHN U. LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Phyaiciaa snd Surgeon, 408-404 Or
m Bldg. Phones, office, 1894: res
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER DE
formities of the feet corrected wHBout
lots ef time from your occupation
Irs. Whit Marshall. U. 8. Bank
FOB SALE DESTKABLE -CLOSE IN
acreage by owner. Glenn Adam, rnone
NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE ON PAVED
atreet. Plastered, basement: modern,
except both. Lot 50x100, at front
Price $3500. Cash to handle $1000.
Balance to suit. See Mr. Moison. with
A. W. Estes Realty Co., 41t Oregon
SUBURBAN GROCERY STOKE IX
Salem doing a good business: vplendid
location, on pivM sttvet: building land
and fixtures; $0i00. Invoice stork.
Terms on property. Mr. Moison. with
A W. Kstes Realty Co. 41b Oregoa
103 ACRES OF LAND A BO IT 14
miles west of Salem on paved snd
gravel roads, 53 acr- a in cultivation,
good pear or walnut land. 2 larz
springs on th place; 30O0 cords of
good ok timber, all fenced and cros!1
fenced; no buildings. For quick sale
only, $60 per acre. $15t0 cash will
handle. See Mr. Moison, with A. W.
Eate R alty Co., 416 Oregon Building.
Two Bungalow Bargains
Klrictly modern bungalow, 5 rooms, dec.
l.ght. bath, toilet, basement, fire pla.'e;
et front, desirable lon-ition. Pri"
$3800, terms. Another on": Cosy 5
room plastered bungalow , garage.
Price $1100, only $300 down, balance
like rent. Some bargain in choice
residence lots, on paved street. wer:
price $30O nod up. Choice 5 -j acre
tract paved road; $2000, terms. For
bargain: rail on
Childs & Bechte
540 St-ate Street.
ACT QUICK $500 DOWN. 820 A
month buys a seven-room house, i'rio
Oregon Bid. Phone 217.
BLACKSMITH AND PAINT SHOP IX
thriving town near Salem Two sets
of tools, hand saw, gas eng.i'. builJ
inr land snd si' foe a nnieit sx'e: ol
$900. Cssh to handle $600. See Mr.
Moi on. with A. V Kstcs Realty Co.,
41 Oregon Building.
A.UTOMOBTLE A3 FIRST PAYMENT
On 9-room bouse and nearly 2 acres of
fine land just inside city limit. U.irti.
chicken house snd frnit. Beautiful
place to live. Payments like r. nt
$30 per month. Price $4000.
A. W. Estes Realty Co.
419 Ore con Building.
4. W. ESTES REALTY CO. WISH TO
announce to their friends, clients and
the public th t ther have moved from
the Patton uii ,uf to 416 Oregon
builtlirti. Se.-tal iir.g on "In.tie
Property," M liioa. formerly with
I.. A- Harford, has charge of this de
partment ::i be- p.eae4 to have
old '-',e:.tv ,v ne one .!l mA
se him. A. W. Kte b, ej.irge of
the echane d.-isrimert w-in nun
irei of properties : hrvctlio.it tbe
et r,d Mij-1 e West to ejrrianje
!ri huu for trades.
GooJ 5 room tno.leru houe n psved
s're t, close in, for ; ". ttai k e
have 2' e-res with bu.it nc.
acre of bearing prunes. 4 acres of
lultanberries ; on go2 raJ . s;i st.K-k
and machinery: for 95jOi. Th:s i
si; -p. Will teka heme in .-. i. u-.t
831 ti Statu siren.
5 KDUM COTTAGr, BASEMENT, BATH.
iiehts, on Union street, will be offered
f..r ona week at 92500. 400 eaah;
easy terms oa balance.
K.iom strictly modern hon,e ia East
t room house in two apartments, nesr
h.dli school, rents for 935 a month.
91 tJi 0: easy t. rms
3314 Sta: M.
ANDERSON A RUPERT
Succeeeer to Laflar a Laflar
' 7 Oregon Bldg.
ROOM COTTAGE, MODERN. PAVED
street and alley; close in; price 93300,
$800 cash, baianc good terms.
5 ROOM HOUSE, BATH, ELECTRIC
l:cht, 2 lots, bearing fruit; price
$1700, 200 cash.
Mills & Copley
331 State St.
Best Buys and Exchanges
2 ACRES CLOSE IX, $1500. EASY
terms. 5 '4 acres, 4 in bearing fruit,
good residenc-, best of location; will
take 5-rootn bungalow as part pay,
balance terms; price $10,000. 50 acre,
26 bearing prunes; a real map: $7 500,
terms. 80 acres, very close to Salem,
fine for subdivision, $175 p r ucre.
loo residence lots at $30 per lot. all
cash; must be sold together. Have a
clone in tract very reasonable: buy it
and do your own build'ng.
A 3 ROOM HOUSE. LOT 50x1. jO.
Garage, electric lights, toilet; quite n
little fru.t; 4 blocks to car. $!00,
Jo 00 down, balance $15 month.
Mills & Copley
331 State Sr.
FOR RENT SIX ROOM HOUSE, GAK
age :nd paved stre -t $40 per month.
For 6 room house, garage, paved
street, east front. $3000.
Beautiful home, close in. Modern in
every detail. $7500.
Golden Rule Real Estate
492 N Cottage St.
OOOD SIX-ROOM HOUSE. BEARING
fruit trees, good location, $17 00 . Xw
modern bungalow, good location.
$2800. 40 acre farm on paved high
way seven mileg out: good land, run
ning water, new buildings; price right;
will take s house pavment. Room
ing house $1000, or will trade fot
hoini' Good car to trade for house.
Good lot to trade for car. Small new
house to trade for car. Good lot $100
House for rent.
F. L. Wood
341 Stat St.
10 acres of plow land close in on Silver
ton Road. Prtce 92100: terms.
35 acres all plow land, house, barn
Price 3i TOO, cash.
45 acres with mod rn 10 room house
good barn, 36 acres plow land, 8
miles out. Price 97500, cash.
80 ai'tes, 00 under plow, buddings, all
stock and machinery. Price $90O0.
$4000 federal loan, balance cash. For
bargains, sea ns.
Real Estate and Fire Insurance.
W, H, Grabenhorst & Co,
275 State St.. U. S. Bank Bldg.
5 ROOM HOUSE. EXCELLENT OONDI
tion, cement basement, dutch kitchen,
bath, large porch, garage; south 1
block from paved street. An fxeep
tional good buy at $27 50.
A. W. Estes Realty Co,
416 Oregon Building.
POR RENT PARMS
FOR RENT 200 ACRE FARM WITH
approximately 125 acre in cultivation.
Inqnir John II. McNary, Salam.
ONE YEAR'S CROP WILL PAY FOB
Willamette valley irrigated land, site
ated 12 miles from Sabm, Ore., for
sale at 9200 per acr and up. Some
tract well improved.
This year's crops were as follows:
Loganerries, 4 tons to the acre, paid in
profit of $228 per acre above cost of
picking; corn, 75 to 85 bushels to the
acre; Kentucky Wonder beans, 4 to 5
tons t the acre: potatoes, 200 to 400
sacks to the acre.
W can tell you 10 acre or 160 arrea.
Every foot of land tillable and under
cultivation; no stumps; no rocks; no
gumbo; all fenced with sheep-tight
fenei and you can buy for 25 per cent
down and th bslance parable in five
annual payments at 5 per cen; interest ;
water only $1.50 per acre per year: no
better black loam soil in the wir.-l.
One. crop of potatoes will pay the en
tire cost of th land.
Green feed for dairy csttl prati'ally
12 month in the year: unn water;
fin climate; all 'h land within thrc
miles of the r:iilro..i and paved toad;
W run weeklv excursions. Na traces
STEEL RKAL1Y DEV. CORPORA
TION. 507 SPOKANE SAV. A ! OAN
BLDG. OR A. E. H OUCH EN, 31
OREGON BLDO.. SALEM. ORE.
NOTICE OP SALE OF GOVERNMENT
GENERAL LAND OFFICE.
Washington. D. C,
November 6, 1922.
Notice it hereby giv n that subject to
'he conditions and limitations of the Ant
if Jnne 9. 1916 (39 Stat. 219). and the
instructions of the Secretary uf the In
ter'or of September 15. 1917 (46 I- D
447), Vie timber on the following :
will be sjld at 10 o'clock a. m. on Decern
'ier 19, 19J2, at public anction at the
United States lsnd office at Portland.
Oregon, to the highest fcidder at not less
than the appraised value aa shown by this
notice, sale to be subject to the approval
of the Secretary of the Interior. Th
pruchsFe price, with an additional sum of
one-fifth of one per cent, thereof, bcinr
-omm anions allowed, must be derx-siteH
it time of sale, money to be returned if
sale is not spproved, otherwise patent
will i. ue for the timber which must be
removed within t-n yeara Bids will be
received from citizens nd corporations
organised under the laws of the United
States or any State. Territory or District
thereof on1'- Upon application of
qalifi d r !iaer. the timber on anv
legal subdiv sion will be offered separate
ly before being included in any offer of
T. 4 N R. 3 W.. Pec. 1. N. E. V;
N E. U, vellow fir 4 40 M.: N. W.
N. E. Vi. yellow fir 140 M. ; none of the
y How fir on these tracts to be sold for
leas than 92.25 per M.
T. 5 N R. S W., Sec. 35, X. E.
N. E. U. yellow fir. 1J50 M.. red cedar
SO M.: N. W. 4 N. E. U. red fir.
t350 M vellow fr 210 M red e-dar 50
M.i 8. E. Vi N. E. 14. yellow fir.
2425 M red cedar 150 M.; S. W. 4
N. E. 14, red fir 275 M.. vellow fir
M) M erl e--Mr V X. F M 8. F
ysUew fir, 1390 JI.; K. W.
S. Ei. red fir. 575
275 M . red ceJar 50
E s . red r 1 IMl
5S0 M .: S. W. Xi 8 E. V:. red fir 5T5 M
eiiww lit 4 in. ftsJ .hj i
eon of Ue fjr or cedar n this irr to
be sold for 1ms than 2 2 j per M
T. 9 S., R. 3 E, Sec. 23. S E. ,
W t, ed fir t2'J M.. avune if th
fir on tliia tract to b su.d f.r tes inaa
91.75 per M
GEO. R. WICKHtM.
Acting ComoiissHitirr, Ueaeral I.anJ
cai.Ii Fon mis fou iti;.
CHASE OF A TRIPLE COM
BIXATIOX. Notice is hereby given that
sealed bids for the purchase and
delivry of a Triple Combination,
consisting of a Pumper, Chemical
and fse. will be received by the
City Recorder of the City ol
Salem. Oregon, up to 5 o'clock
p. m., December 2nd. 1922. Said
apparatus must have a pumping
capacity of not less than 1000
gallons per minute from a dead
suction lift of 12 feet. Each bid
must be accompanied by detailed
specifications of entire equipment
together with guaranteed weight
of car with or without men or
hose. Each bid must be accom
panied by a certified check pay
able to the Mayor of the City of
Salem, for 10 per cent, of the
amount of the bid as a guarantee
of good faith. The City of Salero
reserves the right, in its discre
tion .to reject any and ail bids.
By order of the Common Coun
cil. November 22d. 1922.
EARL RACE, City Recorder.
CALL FOR KIDS OX BO.NDS
The undersigned will receive
I ids up to 5 o'clock p. m., Mon
tay, December 4th. 1922, for the
sale of general obligation bonds
of the City of Salem, Oregon, to
the amount ot $13,500.00, bear
ing interest at the rate of six per
cent per annum, interest payable
semi-annually at Salem, Oregon,
bonds to mature in ten years.
Such bonds will be sold for not
less than par value and accrued
interest, and will be dated Janu
ary 1st, 1923. Each bidder must
file with bis bid a certified check
for two per cent of the par value
of the bonds bid for, payable to
the City of Salem, which will be
forfeited in case the bidder to
whom the bonds are awarded
shall fall or refuse to accept and
pay for such bonds. The right is
reserved to reject any and all bids
and re-advertise for new bids.
EARL RACE, City Recorder.
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES
The Oregon State Board of
Control will receive sealed bids
on December 14, 1922. at 2 p. m.
for furnishing to the various
state institutions, supplies con
sisting of drygoods, clothing,
furnishings, groceries, shoes,
hardware, brooms, drugs, station
ery, crockery, plumbing, etc., for
the semi-annual period ending
June 30, 1923. Specifications
and schedules will be furnished
upon application to the secretary
at Salem, Oregon; also from the
trade and commercial bureau of
the Portland Chamber of Com
merce, or from the Associated In
dustries of Oregon; both located
in the Oregon building, Portland,
Oregon. Each bid shall be ac
companied by a certified check
representing 10 per cent of the
whole amount bid, payable to the
Oregon State Board of Control, or
where the 10 per cent amounts
to $500 or more, a surety bond
from some company anthorized to
do business in Oregon will be ac
cepted in place of the check. The
same shall be held as a guaranty
of the faithful performance f
the contract. The board reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
or to accept the bid deemed best
for the State.
R. B. GOODIN. Secretary,
Oregon State Board of Control.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received by
the Oregon State Board of Con
trol at Salem, Oregon, at 11 a. m.
December 12, 1922, for furnish
ing labor and materials and for
the compelte erection of the Ad
ministration Building and Audi
torium, the dormitory, th work
shop, and the power house and
'aundry building, for the Oregon
Employment Institution for the
Blind, on property at East 84th,
East 85th. East 86th and East
Glisan streets, Portland, Oregon.
Proposals must be on, or an
exact copy of. proposal forms fur
nished by the architect. They
must be duly filled out and will
not be considered unless accom
panied by a certified check for 10
per cent of the amount of the
bid, made payable to the Oregon
State Board of, Control. The
check so deposited shall be for
feited to the State oT Oregon
should the successful bidder fail
to enter into a contract within ten
days after being notified of the
acceptance thereof. Checks filed
by unsuccessful bidders will be re
A satisfactory bond shall be re
quired of the successful bidder
guaranteeing the faithful perfor
mance of all provisions of the con
tract, which bond shall be of a
sum equal to 50 per cent of the
Plans, specifications and full In
formation for bidders may be ob
tained at the office of Houghtal
ing & Dougan. architects, Elks
building, Portland, Oregon, or
from the secretary of the Board
of Control, at Salem. A check
for $25.00. payable to the arch!-
tects. shall be required for each
set ot plans, which check shall
be returned when plana are re
turned in good condition.
The right ia reserved to reject
M. yetiow fir any or all proposals or to accept tlraatKl rti rplos3 ?t Aut
u'i vftiow1" ur the proposal deemed be9t for the t traHs. - .. ? ; , ' ' . ; : '
Dated at Salem. Oregon, this
23rd day of November, 1922.
R. P. GOOD1N. Secretary.
Oregon State Hoard ot Control.
Gains in Active Shares
Range from One to Seven
Points on Exchange
NEW YORK, Nov. 28. Stock
price took a decided turn for
the better In today's dealings,
gains in active shares, ranging
from 1 to nearly ? points.
Much of the Impetus for the
rise was furnished, by bear op-
! operators, who wished to rema n
covered over the holiday and by
the renewed activity of pools
which had ceased to function
during the reaction which had
spread over the better part of
five weeks. The rapidity of the
advance indicated that the de
cline in some quarters had been
Lower money rates, another.'
new high for sterling exchange,
a number of dividend resump
tions and increasoe, and the pub-
'licat'on of more favorable rail-
road October earnings reports all
helped to create a better atmos
phere, but it could hardly be
said that the upward course ot
prices was governed by any or
all of these.
With professional speculators
in control, prices ot lead have
moved in seeming disregard of
outa'de nM8 developments.
Standard Oil shares took a
prominent part in the advance.
New Jersey gaining 7 points and
California 3-8. Mexican Petro
leum, very little of which is out
standing, jumped 13 points on
a turnover of 150 share. Pan
American issues were strong, r's
ing mote than 5 points each.
United States Steel, got up as
high as 109 3-8 but reacted
later to 100 3-8, a net gain of
1 3-8. Independent steels gen
erally dragged behind the rest
of the list on the upturn al
though Bethlehem B and Cruci
ble closed at least a point h'gh
er. Equipments made good re
Persistent, but unconfirmed re
ports that New York Central
will be placed on a 7 per cent
basis next month resulted in
some good buying of that stock,
which closed at 92 1-4, up 5-8.
Moderate strength" also developed
in a number of other rail shares.
Sugars were strong, be'ng
helped by higher prices for the
refined product. Sales totalled
978 000 shares.
Money rates were easier. Call
money opened at 4 1-2 and
eased off to 4. There was a
fairly active demand for time
money at 4 3-4 for all maturi
ties with a few scattered loans
being made on a five per cent
Foreign exchanges wree Irregu
lar. Demand sterling got as high
as 4.52 1-2, but reacted Just
under 4.52 later. French francs
sold as low as 6.95. Canadian
exchange was again at par.
ON WHEAT MARKET
Export Business on Large
Scale Indicated in Yes
CHICAGO, Nov. 28. Indica
tions of export business on a
large scale had a decided bull
ish effect on the wheat market
today. Prices closed strong. 1
7-8 to 2 7-8 net higher, with
May 1.16 to 1.J6 1-8 and July
1.07 5-8 to 1.07 34. Corn ga'n
ed 1 1-2 to 2 1-8 cents, and
oats 3-4 to 1 and 1 1-8. In pro
visions the outcome varied from
2 cents declineto a like advance
Fore'gn purchasing ' orders,
which in some quarters were as
sociated with French plans to
seize the Ruhr reg'on, gave the
whenat market a softening ten
dency the moment trading began,
and this tendency afterward re
ceived more and more momen
tum, the close being at almost
the top figures of the day. In
th's connection, it was said a
leading speculator on the bear
d'de had abandoned his position
and had bought heavily in order
to even un his accounts.
Meanwhile, estimates were cur
rent that Europe had taken more
than 1.500.000 bushels today in
addition to 3,000,000 bushels the
Bulls centended that naviga
tion on the St. Lawrence would
end within a week, and that to
tal stocks of bonded and domee
t'c wheat at the Atlantis sea
board and Gulf of Mexico and
at Buffalo and on the lakes
would be equal to only a cou
ple of weeks requirements for
jEurope. Unexpected firmness ot
Liverpool quotations, heavy rains
in Argentine and the fact that
this was a traditional calendar
date to buy wheat, all helped
to stimulate the advance and so
too did a new reduction la the
brings ref reshins
relief from tor-
kturingt nervous '
SALEM MARKETS V -'H I
Price o;4 are- vaM44 Ut
prieea r e ved hr fMrr, Ne retaij,
prices are giev-a eveeps aa at4L' ,
He. wheat 91.19 , t ) J
No ? wheat 91. 8. "
No. 3 R4 whest. tarleO. f.tT.r ' ',
Cheel hay 117. ' " t i I
Oat hay $20. ' "
Clover hav. baled, 921.
EGOS, BUTTER AND BUTTERTAT I j
Esg, retail, 53e.
Or emery butter 49c
Bitterfat. delivered, 49.
Milk. 8J.S5 cwt.
OH rooMer Sc.
Hcn. light. 19.
Hens, beavv, IMc. i
PORK, MUTTON AND BEEP r
Hog .top. 14S01&C.
Dressed aog 14e,
Top veal, dressed. ISe,
Steer II 6f UVi.
Ran an as lie.
L-mona 911 19. -
Navel orange 98.50
California grwpefrait 94.
Florda grapefruit, 7gl.
Empire grapes 10 lb.
Cranberries 96.50 be.
Jap oranges $10 Hnndl. , -
Filbert 30e lb. t '
Almond 26c .
Brasil 15 IH.
Head letter 94 erate.
Tomato 93.50 bn. " T .
Portland Baying Price
EGGS, POULTRY AXD MEATS.
BUTTERFAT FIRM '
Ne. 1 churning ersasa, 489949s f.e.K
Portland; 45e st tlatioss; sdercrUea .
4547e. . "
Current r re pis 5051e; whit Sce
neries, 56&t 57e. - , -
LIVE POULTRY UNSETTLED
(less commission) Heavy hens, 97 ,
lb.; do. light, 13c; springs. 171 le;
old roosters, 10c; ducks, white Pkla,
young 20r; old dork, nominal; turkeys.
No. 1 dressed. 87 W 89c; No. 9 8J&'34c: '
live 27T28c; gee.e I8e. f
DRESSED MEATS UNSETTLED
(Los commission)-. -Choice light hog.
t&134: undergrade 10rime: !,
10C nM'' 1,t Jc: under grade i .
HAT AND 0RAX9
HAY FIRM. SCARCE
(Delivered Portland) Valley timothy.
$21; Eastern Oregon timothy, $11
32 ton; alfalfa. $18.50ft$l9 toe;, clover
$19 ton: grain hay, 91SOI9; oats aad
vetch 920tf31 to; straw 88.
Bid prie Track Portland, la eat
lots) Wheat option 91 Ilfl.33 8rt I
or blueatem $1.486$1.49; oat 9364$ '
$36.25; Eastern yellow rem $83.5Q'
34.75; barley 933.25f'34.75; auilVa''
FRUIT STEADY ' 1 ' 1
Appl. s 50etf$2 (according variety
and pac; huckleberries, nominal; ,
peara, 405c; grape. 9I.t5et.2J;
cranberries, $S(f 5,(1 bo
VEGETABLES eJTEADY " '
Nw pots to-. 50 65 ewt.; Oreene' "
eabhsg. lalt lb.; parsnips, 1 ih.,
carroia. S.Se dosea baneha; new m!sa ''
$1 00Q1.25 ewt.; eveaan eeaaab, awaarnalj
tomatoes, nominal; cauliflower, . 91.9541 .
$1.50 dotea. w
WOOL -- '
Half blood and fin. 3540e; thee
eighths blood, 3 2 Or 35c; quarter blewd 1
t'47e: low quarter end braid. 90891
matted or rotted wool, 22ft 25e. ,
(NOTE Eastera Oregea, WasMageesr'
and Idaho ranch clip bring 3 to 9 eeate
! thee valley wool)
HOPS 1921 crop, eeaiiael:
Just received a nice car
of Alfalfa Hay. Place your
orders quick as it is coins
This Is cheaper than mill
run and a better feed. W
had several car bought and,?
are still selling at the low :
We carry a complete stock
of Fishers. Kerrs and Cher
ro Poultry Feeds, and our
price is as low aa they can
be sold for. Better buy
now as the market is very
firm. Also wheat, corn,
cracked corn, ground com,
oats, mill feed and all kinda
of dairy feeds.
D. A. White
Phone 160 281 gtte St.