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fHE OKCCON STATESMAN. BALEM. OREGON "
Ct (Drtgan BlcAtsvxcnt
1 1 fluisauruo advebtibbmbnti
laaerti - m , . '
(six Insert Musl
in saoatb ?''e
ata Boiut' contract, pat- met 15a
t Mitki' oo a tract, per as, .la
MUtimim for ur edvertUeia't 35e
r flBB INSURANCE 80CISTT
i W. H. Burxhardt, Mr.
ffaident Agent 171 , SiaU 8t
MONEY TO LOAN
' ' On Rul dUU
T. K. FORD
1 (0m Udd'ak Bush Bank)
8ALKM VARIETY STORE OHINA-
wste, glassware, toys, notions, and mil
;, liaery. .
Ml-ROOM APARTMENT HOUSE. $4750
; wilt take 5 room house. Socoloftky,
, 141 ataf. , . .... .
JXK OUK 8PK01AI. FORD JOB FOR
this-month. BUnce Atud Paint Co.
S19 Hut St., por. Front, 2nd floor.
1M0 FORD ROADSTER 192 FORD
tearing. Towpkine Hcina, 219 N.
ttROOM MODERN HOL'SE, BE8T BUY
jm tr. 8aoo, lauu casll, balance 30
.tsontaiy at 8. Boeolofafcr. 841 State.
.POR RENT SIX-ROOM COTTAGE.
basement, light and water. Inquire
78 ortn c.Mtag?.
. FOR SALE APARTJIfST HOCJ8K
-with fine strictly modern apartmenu.
' 755 F"Tr 8t,,eU
. fBOOM COTTAGE N. CAPITOL. JUST
v tenth of N. Mill Creak: east front;
rapidly growing district. Bargain at
92850. Tama, See .Harris, ff24 N.
, Capitol, 1942 J. , v t
CHANDLER SIX TO EXCHANGE FOR
house. W. M. Grabenhom Co, 275
EST RAY KOTICR NOTICE IS HERE ;
br girta that tb followiut aniirali
. ' fonad running at largo have been takanl
f -w ap uj in inBrfMDcfl parwui to
Ctiaplar 98o Liwi of and are
, now kept at the lanr of H. kdwarda,
one mile south of t Lavesle . Station,
Koata . Balaaa, Oregon, to wit:
1 Ona tw-ar-old rd haUer. . The own
er of the above described animals may
take possession of tha tame by paying
. tke ebarta provided by law. Dated at
Bob 335. Route No. 3, Malem, Oregon.
.: thta 2nd day of December, 1922. H.
11600. il 000 CASH,. BALANCE TERMS.
will bay a lunoa room basinesa and
stock. Bocolofsky, 341 Bute. . ,
VESTMENT lO-HOOM RESIDENCE
1 close M for 14700. Kent tor aao.
Beeke niendricks. 205 U. 8. Bank
FORSAIaC OH TRADE FOR EDISON
or Victrola On Maxwell car, 903 N.
; yoerty. . .
FOR- SALE JERSEY OQVf . FURE
bred. 8. yearaold. , Freth in .October,
eery geuue family ?ow -ex, -ntaaew
at onee. vuua r erry est.
WANTED TWO LIVE WIDE-AWAKE
salesmen who are willing to hit tha
ball; fifty to anty dollars a week if
yea, are not afraid of hard work. Ap-
X ' ply Monday morning to Mr. Harding.
' Welch, Electric Co., 879 State tit.
10-ROOM RESIDENCE WITH FUR
aaca. fruit. 9420Q. Beeke . tteno-
rieka.,205 C, a.-Bank,.Bldg. .
TWO STOCKS OP r GROCERIES. JS
good Uva town, tai trade for. i. Salem
peaperty. $34we-amd -ew00. -Alo. a
faur-year eroo' lease on 170 acres with
stack , ami -varDment for ' gala. ' or
trade. Room. 21. ctttt People' S Cash
Store. W. MeLaren, Resit Co. -
$209 DOWN. THEN LIKE RENT,
. ukea alee cottage. Hat water, bath.
paving. Beck m Hendricks, SO J U. a.
Jttank Bldg. .
WMW.KfVP GET THE LOWEST RATES
- veaen neat insuring The MeMinnville
,Cb., give yon tha best protectiott year
money will buy ana at very ww ruiee-
Standley m Foley, agts.
LIST YOUB HOUSE WITH
' HilcoUlaky,$4I Bute.
FOR.' SALE NINE ACRES WITH GOOD
house. Tula ba all been plattsa ana
will make you ouite a' chunk of money
t is) the aear fntura. i , . .
Ona acre en Broadway a4 Columbia,
Five acres, jwingwooa imsuM.
' , 1000 aorta in on of our best fanning
districts. . .... . - .
For trade 41 acres near Independence
' ' for Selena property. - '
Ftva, acres aear Asylum for bouse U
f Fiv'a'aerea an-Tareer lloa4 tor .house In
a.i. . r J. .... ' .. V.'J..
Five acres for sale to jwtutone who
.ut. a eoantrr home. .Thit is a great
vGertrude-J. M. rage
;' 493 . CetUga St.
. . L
a r w w r -atT-r If RAKLY MEW.-AS
nmm n.mmi cm bungalow.' ( - W, H.
GabanAortt P 7 tatf St.
m.ania Arrra, EXOHAXGB--179 B.
Liberty. Pnoaa . '
118 Ford loueHn...r--4-- 5992
1921 Ford coupe . ? "X
ldia ilw well ...- .Ml-.
Many mora jnt aa goad. ;
LOOK 6-ROOM PLASTERED BUNGA
taw ia good oondition, with eem
' basement, near aebool and ;
. ' i.t esnnn aaooo (town. W. rt.
I, Grsbenhorst Oa, $7$ State 8t.
i KICS FARM RIGHT 60 ACRES. FUR,
i i v.iu- isst land yea bave
i ih..i rfslrv. Immediate posses-
tion: Mast be aerifiead at $9500 ta
sattl. t.te. Becks Hendricks. 20o
U. S. Bank Bldg.
SNAP FINE BUILDING LQT
S4ttm.nl 50x130. aear Center
Price $550 cash. W. H.
B Oo 275 State 8t
FOR SALE SEVEN ROOM HOUSE. IN
smith H.lm Lota. 50x150. lVb
ihxks from South Commercial car Una.
Price 93730. '"Terms.
.f Oregoa Bld$. fbona 817.
WANTED FORD SEDAN OR COUPE
body for cesh. Phone 1606-W.
FOR SALE BUSINESS CORNER.
A- Leantifnl home on an aUractive eoi-
am AAA -
. Moit sttrsctive bone near Cottage
nfTT nwutarii bnnralow. $6300.
It.sntifnl seven room boose f sow.
All hardwood floors.
ui a: A T.nn. an 34 St- $3000.
Aoartment house, is a bargain today
Golden Rule Real Estate, see
Gertrude J. M. Page
.492 X. Cottage,
..A Good Buys " :- J
Pine TUUmook dairy - ranch eoatpped to
'exchange for farm near Salem.
S-room houaa withe large corner 100
- 10. three blocks off Stat St. Price
i. $2500. ; . . .
20 acres of bearing prune orchard, 4
oiBea south. Price $6300 cash.
" Neat 4-room bungalow on Market St.
. ! has haseraent. Price $3200.
, ' ' Real EsUte Fire Insure nee.
W Hr. Grabenhorst &Xo
, 27S Stat 8i, V. 8. Bank BUg.
OUT 200 ACRES POLK COCXTY
land with 5000 cord oak grubs Mutt
ha sold for $5000. g.)UH1 fc-nns.
figure on thie. 'Alih.n 51c ... u u
to Salem and Portlmd Ratea 81 j
7. - V'2 2 'op- e1" Hendricka.
JO j L. Bank Bldg.
To trade 10 acre n ; ...i,
food honse and barn. 4 mil from
Mirk school. Pri.-e 2.Vi-. Will t.ke
light trurk or g"d -.-r.
Nice lot south triui. f ;K ...
5 room modern house close io on paved
stre-l; a good buy for $2500. Terms
I ho mason
831M, Stat. Ptreet.
SHIRT MANLFACTIRKR Wavtq
agents to sell ahrirts direet to wearer
Earn big money. B your own bes.
No experience or capital required.
Wite for free sample. Madison Mills.
501 Broadway, New York
ELECTRICITY TAUGHT BY EXPERTS
Earn while you l.-arn at home. Elec
trical book and proof leon free. Sat
isfaction guaranteed and position se
cured. Write to Chief Engineer Cooke.
2144 Lawrence Ave., Chirago.
WB WANT INTELLIGENT HA1.ESM AN
at branch manager. S40 up weekly
employing 'sotiritor to n.-U oar fine
food products. Advertininff provided.
Extraordinary proposition. Write
Washington Company, 922-J Rust
BuiWing, Tacoroa, Wash.
EARN $5 TO 10 DAY GATHERING
evergreens, roots and hf-rba, in' the
fields and roadside; hook and price
free. Botanical, 422 West llavea.
GOVERNMENT- RAILWAY MAIL
clerks Start 9133 month; expenses
paid. Specimen examination questions
free Columbus Institute, Columbus,
MALE OB FEMALE
MEN OR WOMEN SALARY 50. full
time; $1.00 an hotrr spare time aellAig
guaranteed hosiery direct to wearer:
cotton, silk, heather mixtures. Inter
national Hosiery ill SeNorris town. Pa.
TYPI8TS EARN $25-1100 WEEKLY.
pare time, copying authora' manu
scripts. Write R. J. Carnes. authora'
agent. Tallapoosa, Us., for partiaularv
UK9 AND WOMEN TO
take farm Mar snbecrlDtiona. A lsad
proposition to tha right people. Address
tha PaaifM Homestead. Statesman Bid-.
SELL SOMETHING ' EVERYBODY
matt, nave (read this , line over again
.and note that 'we said mnst). It is
nnlque, U. S. protected article, a posi
tive necessity because of government
ruling, with yearly repeat; exclusively
owned and controlled by na. If you
are an order taker yon should make
920 to $80 a day: if you are an am
bitious talesman . you veill clear up
ward of $40 per day. ' Moat desirable
connection with future for those who
nualifv. - .'eic- I.aaiit, Pres., 9 So.
Dearborn St, Chicago.
SALESMEN WANTED GOOD OPPOR-
tunity for the right party to connect
with opt of oldest and strongest lines
in calendar and advertising speetaity
industry. Calendars ara. our own ex
clusive and copyrighted designs and in
all processes. Also tignt and leather
goods of our own manufacture and a
complete line of specialties In all
materials. ' Liberal commission contract
with exclusive territory for .work be
ginning' December 26th. Give age,
record of sales experience snd business
references with application. Merchants
Publishing Company, Kalamazoo, Mich.
8ELL SOMETHING EVERYBODY
mntt have. (ReadTffle liTffove again
And not that we said, moat). A p-yi-
MTO swwiiny misuse n. i
ruling,- It repeats and repeats and re
tteata. Exclusively owned - and con
trolled by us. . If you are an ord r
taker you should make 920 to 930 a
day; if you are an ambitious salesman
you will celar upward of 950 per dav
Moat desirable connection with fntun
for those who qusiify. One ambitious
salesman Wanted for every county in
this .sUte; large territories to crew
managers. Jerome Laadt, Pres., 8 So
U'Tb0" St Chicago. , '
8HIRT . MANUFACTURER WANTS
agents; tell advertised nrana men t
shirts direet to wearer. No capital or
experience required. Fr.e samples.
Madison Mills. 505 Broadway.
TAILORING AGENTS OCR $29.5
all wool, tailored-to-order snits inn
overcoats are $20 cheaper than stor
prices. Commissions paid in advance.
Protected territory. Beautiful assort
ment rTx9 swatches free. J. B. Simp
ton. Dept. 803. 631 Adams. Chicago.
TAILORING AGENTS OUR 929.50
all wool tailored-to-oroer suits eu
overcoats are $20 cheaper than store
prices. Commissions paid in advanee.
Protected territory. Beautiful assort
ment 6x9 swatches free. J. B. Simp
ton, Dept. 462, 831 Adams, Chicago.
Ford Car Goes .
52 Miles on
One Gallon Gas ;
Walter Critchlow. T16 Madison St.. Buite
223 Chi-go, III., inventor oi a mar
. Velous' new water vapor and steam
Iwmidifiar which nst 83 1-3 water
in tha engine, entirely doing away with
ear boa and giving 1-3 to 1-2 more mile
age, is Offering one free to a user of
each make auto in every locality who
will help him introduce it. Every car
owner should write him for one at
once. Give make of ear.
CATHOLICS. WISHING TO MAKKV
Booklet free. Aoaress noma viu.
L-Box 23, Grand Rapids, Mich.
THE LEADING MATRIMONIAL CLUB.
Beet, largest ;est0!lsnea id yar.
Thousands wealthy members wish mar
riage. Confidential description free
Only honorable, sincere people of both
aexea need write. The Old Reliable
Club. Mrs. Wruble. Box 29. Oakland.
MARRY MANY WEALTHY, WAITING
cbaneea. Desenpuona. rinwsn
eealed free; satiafaction guaranteed.
Bmith, Box V 3125, Portland, Oregon
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper publisnea. rree iw
Correspondent. Toledo. Ohio.
oTm r,nv STARS TELL LIFE'S
..- 5.nl birthdate and dime for
trial reeding. C. B. Eddy. Suitj 3 A
Kansas City, Moori.
uiRpr tv LONELY FOR RESULTS
trv me: best and . most tuecessfnl
"Home Maker": - hundreds rich wish
marriage soon; strictly confidential
most reliable; years experience; de
tcriptiona free. ine ouccesaiu
Club," Mrs. Nash, Box 556. OalUao
YOUNG LADY, WORTH $50,000. PRET-
ty, -will marry. Eiaie c,ao, cunarron.
IF VOU 'WANT A WEALTH! V,VVW
wife, write enclosing envelope. win
Ray, Denr.ieo-1. Ohio.
IP YOU WISH A WEALTHY YOUNG
wife write me enclosing stamped ea
velope. Violet Rays, Denniaon. Ohio.
BIRDS, PETS AND FLOWERS
SEE OUB NEW 8HIPMENT OF POT
ted pleats. They are priced right. E.
B. Flake, birds. flowers, pet. 279
08ED CHICK ERJSG GRAND. IN GOOD
eaapa. Wul give aoase terms. H. L.
Ktiff Paraitar Co
rOR BALE GOOD C8KD MAHOGANY
plan laft a io sell. Priee $200.
terms. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co Ma
IP TOD WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, aood 1 5c to tha Pacific
Heaeetead. Salem, Oregon, tor a three
mouths' trial subscription. Msattos
100 t TEAK OLD B. 0. WHITE LEG
bora hena, $1 .. ,W. A Tord.
POU1.TRYMEN SEND KiGHT TWO
tent ttampt for tpocial three months
trial for tha best and oldest Jonraa)
la the west. The articles aad adver
tiaomaata are of apecial interest to the
poultry breeders of the Northwest
Northwest Poultry Journal. $11 Com
mareial street. Salem. Oregon
WOOD FOR SALE LARGE SECOND
growtjt and 18" old fir. Call 1467.
BEST GRADB MILL WOO!)- TOUT
aad IB-inch. Prompt delivery.
onabla price. Fred E. WeLa, 90S
Church. Phone 1542.
FOR SALE SINGER SEWING MA
chine. Cheap. 6.18-W.
CIDER AND SNOW APPLES DELIVER
ed daily. D Ruble, phone 1-F14.
FOR BALE OX.I nEWSPAPEalS. 10
cents a buadla. Circulation depart
ment. Oregon Stateamaa.
FOR 8AI.E SPEEDOMETER AND
ide curtains for Ford car, side cur
tains for Chevrolet car. a few gam
bantams. F. L. Wood. West Sal-m.
SUMMER LOCK AO SEDUCED WALL
paper remnants, planter wallboard.
Velvet ttair carpet, $1.95. Indur
anee high grade house paint Kslso
miaa, lOe pa and. Oottoa mattresse.
18.60. Steel springs 95.00.
O Bnrea 179 N Coramereial St.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS AND XMAS SPE
eisls radiantly reflect tha beauty of
the YuletidS spirit. Select them now
for later delivery. Flower in the
Bottle Perfume .Shop, 115 X. Liberty.
for Sale, Cheap
Seven-room house. Must be moved off
lot st once. Inquire at
Starr Fruit Products Co,
Church k Mill flu. Phono 430.
HAND PICKED APPLES. THREE
boxes for $2. r Spitxenbergs. Rome
Beauty, Winesap' Cabbage, $1.25 per
100 lb. Onions, $1.50 p r 100 lb.
Potatoes, 75c per 100 lb. Ward K.
Richardson. Phone 494, 2395 Front.
FULLER BRUSHES LOCAL RIP Ri
sen tative,- Grimes, 1937 J.
"Beautiful Oregon Rose"
and elevea other Oregon eeuxa, together
with a fine oolleeuoa ef patriotic
tonga, sacred eoaga.aad many eld-time
( Special prieae tn quantity lata)
Eeneelalr adaptable for achooL itamarrna
tty or some tinging. Bead fair
The Western Songster
pagea, now la its third eoitloa.
. ... V-1 .
- Published by
OREGON TJCACHXRS MONTHLY
91$ 8. Oaxamereiaf Si, Seism. 0s
FOB" BENT - FURN4ED APART
meets ana garage at iiaz uentec oi.
FURNISHED APARTMENT FOB BENT
991 North Commercial.
TWO-ROOM APARTMENT, FURNISH
ed; phone 1939-W. at 2361 Hazel Ave.,
half block, from jitaey line.'
FOB RENT 1 AND 2-ROOM APART
mpti;; ground floor ;. reasonable rent:
close in. Phone 666.
FOR RENT FURNISHED APART
ment by week or month. 292 North
FOB RENT FURNISHED FLAT AT
664 M Ferry street. $50 a month.
Phone 23, or apply, at Stateamaa
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR SALE
and house for rent. 1805 8out'a 14th.
FOR RENT 8-ROOM HOUSE, BARN,
eity waUr, lights. Six lots $16.00.
M. J, Hunt-
Ladd A Bush Bank Bldg.
WANTED FURNITURE, TOOLS, ETC.
Pnoaa 91L - .-
WANTED FURNITURE, TOOLS, MA
ehiaery, ttock, ete Will buy for eu.h
r sell ea eomtaiatiom. Pbana 811.
Woodry. the auctioneer.
WANTED TO BUT HOUSEHOLD FUR
nitnra, tools, miscellaneout articles
IP YOU HAVE ABSOLUTELY NUMBER
one potatoes, w can handle them.
Mangia Bros., Salem, Oregon.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
ware aad furniture. Best prices paid.
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
a F UK ITU RE CO.
295 N. Oommereial 8t Phone 947
AUCTIONEER OF FARM AND PER
aonal property. G. Sstterlee. 180 N.
Commercial St.. room 21, over People's
Cash Store. Residence phone 121 1-J.
Office phone 430.
AUCTIONEER F. R, WOODRY. THE
livestock, furniture, real aetata ear
tieaeer Phaae 511 far aale daaee
1810 N. Summer.
COL. J. B. GABLE
farm aad city ealaa.
160 6. High.
IRON. STEEL, BRASS, ALUMINUM
Briag the pieoaa. Oze-Gaa Haatiug
a Oa 997 Court
rHB GOOD MAXWELL GINGRICH
Motor Co. 871 Conrt-
BATTEET AND ELECTRICIAN
R. D. -BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
starter and generator work, 171 8.
PRE8TO - LITE BATTEBY 8ERVICX
Station. Expert battery aad electrical
work. Ferris Biwa. Phone 1909. 419
AOTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU
. ble thootiag. $19 N. High. Phaae
TTBES AND ACCESSORIES
I'SED PARTS 19 TO H OFT MIKE'8
i Wrwllur Hoasa 424 North
Commercial. Phase $2$.
BICYCLES AND BETATETXO
LLOYD , E. RAMSDEN DAYTON BICY
clea aad repairing. $87 Court.
The Cyele Msa'
14? S. Com'L
PAIGE i'AR FOR
on real estate. ( s
fop. Sil.E IiKit: To! HIS'j. GoIi
iidition. tio 1 'S N. Coicm rr:si
OLE SON S ALTO tXCH ANGE--L SED
cars, bought, sold or mM on comsuia
sioa. Daily or tooarhlv stors.
RADIATOB A rt DEB BAP AIM
RADIATORS FENDERS. BODIES,
made t repaired. J. O. Bet. 44
W A B. ALTO- URPalR SHOP WE
aJso do all kinds of ' repairing. Saws
f Jed, sensors. knivrk sui iawnmuwers
ground. Soldering work done. Old
stuves made sew. Autos stored by
day or month. We will te'l or trade
your used car for you. Rriug tl in to
ut. All work guaranteed. 175 N
Commercial. la rear of Nrimerei
Drug Stor-. Phui,e 107.
RELIANCE AUO PAINTING' CO., 9t
Sute St., cor. Front. Colonel J. Olm-st-ad.
CARPET AMD BUG WEAVWO
Phone before 0 a.
ACME CHOCOLATE SHOP "JUST
Candy." Strictly homemade. 121 8.
OAEPBct) A-MD T1.VTT BUGS
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC WE NOW
weave fluff togs made out of old ear
pete, aay length or width you desire.
We also re-fit re-taw aad sise earpete.
Feather renovating and mattress tteaav
ing and re-making. 8alem Carpet
Cleaning aad Plaif Rug Works. Phone
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. MASONIC
Building. Phono 12CO.
E1.ECTRI0 FIXTURE AND SUPPLY CO.
Phone 1984. $;$ N. Liberty.
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP KLXO
trieal machine repairing, eea tract ing
937 Court. Pboae 498.
AiRCHIE FLEENER, ELECTRICIAN
House ariring by hour or cos tract. Esti
mates furnishes. Phone 980. 414
cleaning. P. Councilman.
F U RN A CB
Phone 1 77.
HUM CURES ANY ETOWN
I'-a S Hia-h 8t nhoa 99
DBUG - STORES
CO. 405 CXUBT
MARION-POLK COD1VTT FARM LOAN
aatoeiation' hat money to lose at 5H
percent. .W. D. Smith, secretary -treat
ns Baler Bank af Uonxmaree
A, C. Bohrnstedt
4 OX Ma took Temple, Salam, Ore.
20 YEAR FARM LOaltS OR RURAL
credit plan, pro-payment provisioas al
lowed Wa will fiaanea yon for a leas
rat of Interact tha any firm aa the
Private money t loaa ea either eity er
R. W. Marsters
411 Oregon Building
CLEANERS AMD DYERS
SPICK. N. SPAN
dyers. 844 State.
MAGNETIC HEALING DR. A I.
Frants. Acute and chrome diseases.
Phone 780. 25-28 Breymaa Block.
FURNACES 199 B-
V rUENTTTJEJB STORES
GIE8E FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
fnrnituro for lea money. $79 Court
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE 8T0RE Kr"
aad second band fvTAituxe, $71 N. Ooas
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES.
Delivery. O. P. Breithaupt, fioriat, 129
North Liberty at rest. . Peeae 990.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
8PENCXB CORSETS TO ORDER
Dressmaking. ' Carrie Fisher. McCor
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
pleating, buttons, stamping aad needle
work. 929 Oregon Bldg. Phone 879.
MRS.'C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING,
stamping, buttons. Room 10, over Mil
ler's store. Phone 117.
HAT8 FROM $1 UP MRS.
Grimm 919 Court street
CAPITAL HOTEL CORNER STATE AND
OommerciaL Phono 690.
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN
60s up 462 State.
W. J. MAYER. niGH CLASS I ADIES
tailoring; long coats, suits and drc4e.
Room 7. Mccormack Bidar- Phone 092.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 229
SteU St Pboae 933.. Dietribeliag
forwarding and ttorage our specialty
. Get our ratea-
WS MOVE. STORE AND SHIP H0C8E
hold goo-la. Our specialty la putnt
and furniture moving. We also aaake
country trios. We handle tke beat eoal
and wood. Call oa as for price. We
. rive good measure, good quality and
good serviee. Larmer Transfer Oe
I PARKER'S STAGE LT"E8
J. W. Parker. General Manager
Central Stage Terminal 8alem, Oregon
BALEll SILVtBTOS DIVISION
laaves Saleaa. Central Stare TarmiaaJ :
7 a.m., 11 a m 5 a.m.
Leaves Silverton, Newt Stand:
8 a m.. 1 p.m., 6 p.m.
lesvee Salem Central Stage Terminal:
7 e.m 9 a m 11 a.m. I p.m. t pja
'esvee Moamouih, Monmouth Hotel:
8:15 a.m. l p.au 9:15 p.m.
Learee Iadepeadenea, Beaver Hotel:
8:30 a.m 10 am. 1:15 n.m. 4 n.m. :$0.
We make eonnectiont at Salem t U
parti of tha valley. Extra trip bp
J. W. PARKER, General Mgr.
SALEM LACNDKY C0MPA5T, 136 8.
atri. PhocK- 2a. OMeat
CAPITAL C1TT 3l CAM LAUNDRY
qaality aark. trwapi service. 1294
Bread are Ct-w ta5
EDWARD WELP EZPERJKNCED
piaaa taavr. Leave orders Will's
SEOOED HAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOC5E BUYS AND
aeila second hsad farnitars. Tools and
Junk, svu S Com'L Pbuoe 492.
WANTED EVLa r 1 tfTtJQ IN CLOTH
lag aad aaoea. Best prteea paid. Cap
ital Exchange. 4I N. Commarcial.
Phase laa. w.
SOOS SCAVFNGER SERVICE SUC
ressor to Seal Scavenger) Garbage and
refute of all kinds femoved by the
month. Keason.tble rates. Phones:
Office 5S9. residence 2059.
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE. KB
fns- a nil kiada ramnt rVespwale
rlesaed. Pboae 107 or 1595W.
STOVES AND STOVE KXFAXRIXQ
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years experi-ace. Depot Nat nasi
feace, aisee 26 to 29 inches high.
Paiata. oil and varniehee, etc, logaa
harry and bop hooks. Salem fence aad
Stove Works. 250 Oonrt street Psoas
MOT-NT AIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
smw 111 W
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
8team Boilers, v-nleanitere and tube
plates. Perry C. Campbell. tl7 N
H. AND M. CO SPECIALTY GitIND
era aad welders. Automotive service.
490 Ferry. Phone 864.
ED. CHASTAIN CLOTHING CO. SUITS
and overcoats. Use my ttairt: it pay..
805 State St,
WKCHTER SMITH MACHINISTS,
aagineera.r welders. Haald ey Under
rriadiag eervica. Pboae 562-84 Fer
ry. NOODLE PAEL0E8
WA HONG NOODLE HOUSE. 489
BIN BIN NOODLE HOUSE CHOP
sney 40e; no f fed rice, 10 : aoodlse.
20e: tried aoodUa. 60s. 189 8. Lib
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branches taught, diplomas granted.
John R 8. tea. Director. 1287 Court
RAG AND JAZZ PIANO FATiNG
12 leesona guaranteed. Waterman
Svst-n. F B Clark, Mgr MoOor
M0 910 STORES
GEO. 0 WILL PIANOS. PHONO
, graphs, tewing machine, heet ma sic,
t aad piano studies. Rape iring phono
- graphs and eewin) maehriaaa. 482
4 State. Salem
8ALEM WATER, LIGHT A POWER C5.
Of nee, oi Bout uoa L tt. Tea par
u eaat dlsoount oa domeetle flat rates
2j paid la advance. Na dedaetioae for
J abaeaee or aay eeuee unleaa water la
j ehnt off your premisea.
f OOD SAWING rHONE 1191. CITY,
country. Ed. Sproed.
B RET AURA NT MOST REASON
able prices- Jehaeea Barry. 159 B
TRADE YOUB OLD PIANO FOR A SEW
1 Victor or Brunswick, tl. U. btift lur
Jniture Co. Musie Dept.
1RMAN CLAY A CO. PIANOS
Stainwava Due-Art aad others. Moort'l
) Musie Honaa. 411 Court street aad
COMPLETE LINE TREES 8MAL1
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City Nar
. aery Co, 426 Oregon Bldg. Phone 75.
FBUITLAND NURSERY HAS A SALES
yard at Cherry City Feed Bar. '544
,1 Ferry Street. Trees reedy for plant
fng. See me before buying. Phon-M140-M.
ROWLAND PRINTING CO. JOB
'printing, Maeonio Temple.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397-J. She, 1S7 Caioa
atreet. A, L. Godfrey.
UNITED SPANISH WAB VETERANS
Camp 8, Armory, Pint, third Mondays.
Oft. S. P. SCOTT. GRADUATE NA
tionsl University Sciences. Chicago
Masonie Temple. Aone 640.
DR. 8. B. 8MTTH. CHIROPRACTOR.
922 Oregon Bldg. Phone 66.
DR. LENA A BOONE. CHIROPRACTOR.
47$ 8. OommerciaL Hour 10 to 13;
1 to S. Phone 1415.
DRS. SCOTT A 8COFIELD. P. 8. C.
Chiropractors. 414-19 C. 8. Bank Bldg
Phone 87; re a 828-R.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO. Suit 901 Ore
gon Building. ..
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW OP
tieal C., 825 Stat ttreet, opposite
Ladd A Both Bank. "Cm Qualitj
. Proven . Skar ona.'
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
jehronie diseases. 415 Oregoa Bldg
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALLe lOf
U. S. Bank Bldg.
DR. F08TER 404 OREGON BLDG
Phones 756. 2024 J.
DR. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
Phytieiaa and Surgeo. Klrktville
graduate. 404 405 U. 8 National Bank
'Bid. Phone, office )19; Tea. 914.
OR. JOHN L LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physician snd Surgeon, 409 404 Ore
rrn Ri4v otwMiee. of flea, 1894: res
BROKEN tKCH8 AND OTHER DE
formttiee of the feet corrected wit sou f
'teat e' time from your occupation
Dre. White A Marshall U. 8. Bank
: BUEXOS AIKES WHEAT
t BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 2.
Yfheat close: December 1.16,1-4.
up half; February '1.14 1-4, un
changed. Read the Classified Ads.
fob Sale destkabis close jx
acreage by owner, bltca Adaata, Phone
FfM R ROtlM MODERN' NFO BUNG A
low. . Everything perfect. t2SiK with
taoO dewe. owuvr 1396 North 16th.
W have a sletidid bay ta a t room
house, aear paved stfeet. All m
good cenditkin. Pri"e fl?ii $.tKi
c-ti. Lasnce t J . f r usoath We bave
aoJue- cboice buiMmss Lt st very res
si.abie pric s. No oiie can g.rt you
better rsten on imuraiice, thsa in
sures thsQ we ran.
Mills & Copley
331 I I St-. Surf.
Portland income and residence property
ia exchange tor farms, orchards and
lands in the Valley. Come and tee us.
we may d you a service.
The Fleming Realty Co,
341 State St.
A. W. ESTES REALTY CO. WISH TO
announce to their trieada. cliants and
the public that the.f have moved from
the Patton building to 416 Oregon
building. Specialiting on "Inside
Property." Mr. Moison. formerly With
I.. A. Hayford. haa charge of this de
partment and will be pleased to have
old clients at well at new ones fill and
aee him. A. W. Estes haa charge of
the exchange department With nun
dreds of properties throughout the
Went and Middle West to exchange
See him for trades.
5 ROOM COTTAGE. BASEMENT. BATH.
lights, oa Union street, will be offered
for one week st 92500. $800 cash:
easy terms on balance,
r Room strictly rootlern bouse in East
I room house in two apartments, aear
high school, rente for $35 a month.
$1600; easy terms
331 Stais St.
ANDERSON -) RUPERT
Successors to Lsflar A Leilar
BONDS ' LOANS
406 7 Oregoa Bldg.
HOME SEEKERS ATTENTION WE
hare one of the best little 20 sere
farms in the valley, all ander cultiva
tion and in crop, cosy 3 room house,
barn, good well "water. 3 acres in frrit
and berries; on good road, nenr O. E.
Electric station aad paved highway.
The owner is here from Cslifornm for
a few dsTs and put the prioe down
to sell quick, $500 down. Price"250O.
Childs & Bechtel
540 SUte Street
riVE ROOM PRACTICALLY NEW
bungalow .at 1020 North Cottage, own
er leaving the city, only $2550. 97 00
cash, balance easy terma. Socolofaky.
GOOD 6 ROOM HOUSE 81700. NEW
bungalow $2800. easy terma. Want
Bnick or Dodge car as payment on
5 room house at $2100. Good lot for
$100. Good car to trade as payment
on house. Store building for rent. 20
acres for rent, 25 acres for rent. P. L.
Wood. 341 Ststo St.'
FOB RBOT FARMS
40- ACRE FARM FOR RENT. FIN.E
team, 2 rows, bogs, chickens, equip
ment, feed, anl seed for ssle. D. .
Hart. 371 State St.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT
GENERAL LAND OFFICE.
Washington, D. C,
November 6. 1922.
Notice is hereby given that subject to
tha conditions and limitations of the Act
of June 0. 1916 (39 Stat. 218). and the
instructions of the Secretary of the In
terior of September 15. 1917 (46 L. D.
447), the timber on tha following lauda
will be sold at 10 o'clock a. m. on Decem
ber 19, 1922, at pablie auction at the
United States land office at Portland,
Oregoa. to the highest bidder at not less
than tha appraised value as thowa by thit
notice, aale to be subject to the approval
of the Secretary of the Interior. The
pifnehaae price, with an additional sum of
one-fifth of one per cent, thereof, being
commissions allowed, mnst bo deposited
at time of sale, money to be returned if
sale it not approved, otherwise patent
will issue for the timber which . mast be
removed within tea years. Bids will be
received from ei:iiens nd corporations
organised ander. the laws of the United
States or any Btate. Territory or District
thereof only. Upon application of a
qalified purchaser, the timber on any
fegal subdivision will be offered separate
ly before being included in aay offer of
a larger unit.
T. 4 K R. 8 See. 1. N. E.
N. E. yellow fir 440 M.; N. W. &
X. E. H. yellow fir 140 M.; none of tke
yellow fir on these tract to ba told fur
less than $2.25 per M.
T. 5 N., R. 8 W.. See. 85, N. E. M.
S. B. U. yellow fir. 1250 M.. red cedar
50 M.; N. W. N. E. H. red fir.
1350 M., yellow fir 250 M., red cedar 50
M.; 8. E. 4 N. E. yellow fir.
2425 M., red eedar 150 M.; 8. W.
N. E. 14., red fir 275 M.. yellow fif
860 M red cedar 25 M..; N. E. K S. E.
4. yellow fir. 1390 M.: N. W.
S. E.4, red fir, 575 M.. yellow fir
275 M.. red eedar 50 M.; 8. E. Vi
8. E. red fir 100 M., yellow fir
580 M. ; Q. W. 8, E. , red fir 575 M
yellow fir 400 Mi red cedar 50 M.;
none of the fir or cedar on thit area to
be sold for lest than $2.25 per M.
T. 9 8.. R. 3 E.. See. 23. 8. E. V
S. W. M, red fir 620 M.; none of the
fir en this tract to be sold for less than
$1.75 per M.
GEO. R. WICKHAM.
Acting Commissioner, General Land
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES
The Oregoa 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 dry goods, 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 authorized 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 of
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 CXTRACTORS
Sealed bids will be received by
the Oregon State Board of Con
trol at Salem, Oregon, at 11 B, m,
December -12. 1 9 22, for furnish
ing labor and material and for
the compelte erection of the Ad
ministration Building and Audi
torium, the dormitory, the work
shop, and the power house and
laundry build ng. for the Oregon
Employment Institution tor the
Mlind, on property East 84th,
East $:.th. East SCth and East
Uli&an rtreets. Portland. Oregon.
Proposal 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
chec-k so deposited shall be for
feited to the State of 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 V 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 $23.00, payable to the archi
tects, shall be required for each
Ret of plans, which check ahall
be returned when 'plans are re
turned In good condition.
The right ia reserved to reject
any or all proposals or to accept
the proposal deemed best (or the
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
23rd day of November, 1922.
R. B. GOODIN, Secretary,
Oregon State Board bt Control.
Lack of Speculation Has
Detrimental Influence on
CHICAGO, Dec 2. Lack ot
speculation rather than any ag-
gresive selling had a depressing
effect on the wheat market to
day and all gains averaged low
er, ajUer higher prices at the
start. At the finish wheat was
down 1-8 to 7-8 with May 1.18
1-4 to 3-8 and July 1-07 5-8
Corn was off 3-4 to 7-8 and
provisions were 7 to 17 cents
Wheat prices showed consid
erable strength at the opening,
but weakness developed quickly.
Liverpool quotations were higher
despite an earlier close on this
side of the Atlantic yesterday
and this combined with further
ULfavorbla private cables from
Argentine caused soma buying
at the start, which tended to lift
values. Commission houses sold
a little wheat at the top Cor ac
count of western longs and when
soma traders- noted the poor
buying power, they sold wheat
and forced a break. Trade as
a whole was of the usual week
end and evening up character.
Trkde in corn and oata was
uninteresting, the markets show
ing a rather heavy undertone
with more or leas local pressure
on the deferred deliveries.
Provisions were easier In line
with hogs and grains and on an
easing In the price of cash lard.
I PRATUM NEWS I
PRATCM, Dec. 1. Rev, Clay
ton Judy preached at the Men
nonlte church, here yesterday,
where a union Thanksgiving
meeting was hetJ by the Pratum
Mennonlte, Pratum Methodist
Episcopal and Willard churches.
The basket social which was
held at the achoolhouse last Fri
day evening was a success in
every way. The program was
well rendered. The baskets,
which were numerous, were sold
by Robert Jam. The total
amount was $45.80.
During the' past few days
while the teachers were attend
ing the institute and the young
sters enjoying tfjeir vacation
the men of the community got
busy improving the schoolhouse.
The primary room has a new
floor, part of the roof has been
reshingled and 'new paper and
paint are on the program.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kleen
spent Thanksgiving day with re
latives near Silverton.
A. W. Powell is now complet
ing his modern , water system
which has been Under construc
tion for some time.
Eugene Sllke, Arthur Cordier,
Fred de Vriea, Harold de Vries
and Arthur de Vries left for
Eugene this morning to attend
the Older Boyu' conference.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Dec. 2.
Wheat, caah: No. 1 northern
$1.18 1-4&1.25 1-4; December
11.18 1-4; May $1.15 3-8.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 2. Close:
Wheat 1-4 to 3-4d higher; Decem
ber 10s 7d; March 10s, May 9s.
IN PRICES SEEN
Resumption of Short Cover
ing and Pool Operations
NET.' YORK Dec. 2. Resump
tion of short covering and pool
operations, combined with fresh
buying of a few Individaal stocks
' for special reasons. brought
'about a jfurthfr Increase tn prices
in today's brief season of the
! stock market. - "
St me profit-tak'ng wa in eTt
dence on the part of recent buy-
era. particularly In the coppers '
and the rail, but moat ot th
lo ferings were absorbed without
Some of the high priced Indus
trial shares m ere bid. up In rather
ertirifut fash Inn nn rannrti ft
posible surplus distribution. The
changes in rail shares were gen
Sales totalled 429,000 sharea.
Demand sterling touched 4. hi
5-8, its highest price In three -years.
In response' to a brisk
demand here, presumably' to
meet payments on imports,
French and Belgian currencies
showed little change and other
European rates were lrrigalar.
The clearing house statement
showed a defic't in reserve for
the third consecutive week, the
total being 17,472.190. or tV
904,180 below the woek before.
Leans, discount and Investment
Ircreased by $8,895,000 and the
reserve meTaber banks In the fed
eral rwerve bank Increased bf
$2,565,000. The net demand de
posits were 135,428,000 more
than the week before but time
deposits dropped $5. 0, 000. -Ag
gregate reserve totalled I50S.-
968,000. , . . fj
PORTLAND, Dec. J.-Butter:
Print extras 48c; cubes extras
45c; prime first 444e.' Butterfal.
Portland delivery No, 1 sour
cream, 49c. ;
Potatoes: Buying price locals
5055c; selling price 60 99c.
BOY RETURNED J
DALLAS. Or., Dec. I. Spe
cial to The Statesman) -James
Hill, an Inmate of the state
training school for boys at Ba
lem, who escaped from that in
stitution several week ago. wa
captured In this city by Sherlif
John W. Orr and returned to
that institution. '.- . .;.
' NEW YORK. ' Dec.. l.-rEvapor-ated
apples dnjl., - Prune easy;
apricots and peaches .quiet.
I SALEM MARKETS
Prices quoted -are wholesale aad a
prieaa received h fanners. Na ratal
price are gives except as aotad.
Na. I wheat $1.19
N 3 wheal $1.08. -
No. 9 Red wheat, sacked, $ HOT. '
Cheat hay $17. ,
Oal bay $20.
Clover hay. bt'ed, $21. - - i
EOOS. BUTTER AND BUTTE Ef AT .
Eggs, retail. SOe. ,
Cr amery butter 40s, BOe. " '
Buaterfat. delivered. 48a.
Milk, $2.$5 ewt.
Old rooster $, .,
Hens, light, l$e.
Hens, heavy, 18e,
PORK. MUTTON AMD BEEP
Live hogs. 9c. (
Dressed here 14e.
Top veal, dressed, lSe,
Cows, 8010. - S
L mona $11012. '
Navel araagea $9.50
California grapefruit $4.
Flor.de grapefruit, 1Q 9. '
Empire grapes 10c lb.
Cranberries 99.50 box.
Jap oranges $1.50 handle.
Walnuts 20s lb.
Filberts 30e lb.
Bratil 15 lb.
Head lettuce 94 crate.
Tomatoes $8.50 ba. . , '
Portland Bnyirif Prices 1
EOOS, POULTET AMD MEATS.
BCTTERPAT FIRM -No.
1 churning cream, 48&50e f . a). Bw
Portland; 45a at etatioae; uadarwradea
Current receipts 4aQ5tc; white hen
neries, 55f 57r.
I IVE POULTRY NOMINAL'
(lest commission) Heavy hews. 9t
n : do. light, 18e springs. 17Qct
lid rOOtterS. 10e daek. fclt tV.bl.
.young 20e; old ducks, nominal; turkeys.
: - v-. .i .vc; no. a Saul
live 27 028c; geese 18c.
DRES8ED MEAT! NOMINAL
fLess MIBInl., I 1: i
13ulSl: n i4m.ilM inai.i.. i
P gradet 11012c; under grades 84
HAT AND ORADT V
, , HAY FIRM. SCARCE
fDeliv.rad PerUand) Valley MeaMay.
921; Eastern Oregoa timothy. $914.
22 ton: alfalfa. 918.503919 tea; clover
419 tout gee la hay, 919419; eat aal
vetch 920691 ton: etrew 9i. ,
Bid prteea (Track Pertlaad. la easT
lots) Wheat options 9115ft 1.24; Baart
or bluestent 9148&1.49; oata $15.50;
Eaetern vellow corn $32.50 A 84 78t
barley $32.5083.50; asHlraa g.ltivv
"PRUTT STEADY' , x
Applra SOe&92 faeeordiag o varfefy
and pare:): huckleberries. aeaiiaal;
pear. 40965e; grapea. $l.756i2.2Jl
cranberries. $55 50 bog
VEGETABLES rLOWEB .
New potatoes, 4Jrtt60e ewt; 0:aru
rabbage. tV67.e ewt; parsnips, eOyfrTS
ewt; carrots, 25c decern, banchev; aena.
life 1.25 ewt; cash flower, $lfc?ls dot.
WOOL STEADY " " ''
Half blood and fine. 3M40; hreee.
eighth blood. 82095c; oaartr hloot SO
82c; low quarter aad braid. 3507
matted or rotted wool. 226J25e. f
NOTE Eastern Orrgeu WaahlarnBat
ead Idaho ranch ellpe hHag htl ri2
lea thaa valley weoL) m