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r .THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM. OREGON THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 21, 1922 ,
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FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W H. Burtfurdt, Jr. .
Resident Agent 871 state St.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd t Bmh Bank)
; ' NEW TODAY-
-PRUNE TREES. PHOXK
OSE GUERNSEY HEIFER CALP FOR
sale. Bis wacka old. Phone 2t F11
TOR BENT VODERX FURNISHED
all room hotter-. $30. Phone 1000-W.
SJOO. DOW7 BUY8 MODERN 4 ROOM
house.' Balaam Ilka rent". Immediate
" poaaNkioa. - Backa ft Hendricks. 205
V. 8. Bank Bldf.
FOR BALE GOOD 8TRONO HOME-
atsde tojt at Van's Tor Shop. 347
Xortt High 84.
TOR 8 A LB FAT CEF.PE, CORK FEU.
tor Christmas trada. Phona 9 r 2
. IOT BUTE BEAD BAO CONTAINING
five or (is dollars and diamond ring
biueral reward. Phone 1150-W.
FOB 8 ALE SAXOPHONE AT NEARLY
half price. - Term to food party.
Phono Mr. Davis. 15.
FOR REST JTODERS FIVE-ROOM
hoo ' One room referred for storing
goods. " Also good Jersey cow, fresh in j
three weekt, lo aale. 201 1 Maple Ave.
3 ''"WALDO PARK" '. LOTS LEFT.
V $1030 la price, with aower and gss in-
, ada and pawiac pilj.' Building- re
strictions, . shade; 5 block t ta Htata
. House. Home terms. Beeke ft If end
rieka. 205 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
BARGAIN IN A TWO 8T0RY BRICK
-building oa State St. W. H. (i-rabiir-
borst.ft Co, 275 State St.
60-ACRE FARM MILE8 EAST OP
t Labaoon: half eKtote4. Bone beavar
dam. Oesponsibla aaa caa ear for
$4000 at term almost' unheard of.
UarrU 624 M. Capitol 1942 J.
FOB BEKT 5ROOJI BlXG AUW
with - fireolace. immediate poMcanon.
$13 ter moath. ' W. II. Orabenherit ft
CoV a7J State 8t. .
4l ACRE FARM BUILDINGS. PAVE-
meal: near Salem. To eioae ett
tMa com at $6750 over all. B eke ft
llendricka. 205 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
A , REAL BABOAI5 5-ROOM COT-
taje Ujkta-aod water, cement walks,
food travel at, 4 blocks from car lin.
Price $1700 J $600 ah, balaace $20
.u month. Int. 6. Immediate poss
ession. WV II. ttrakanhorst ft Co, 275
BUte St. . ' .
APPI.E3 75 PER BOX: 9 FOR $2.00;
fr 3.tK). Delivered. - Spitxenbera.
Rome Beasty. . Vanderpool. Potatoes
7 Jo per 100 lb Ward K. Richardson,
N. t rent, mono
- fliDT KTi o lrvrn It.
eowork; thrTln family. Apply at I
; 85 Center St. Pheae 994.
FOB SALE OLD FIB, WOOD:
WASTEO LIQITT IIOUSEKKEPIXO
roons Close ia. Address "E-19.
Statesmasv . ? -.
JTOtt DO N0T-.KSOW.WILVT MOMENT j
i a fire may destroy your me aaviuga.
WAr not . protect against auch a cal
aasitcf See aa today about your in-
nraaca naeda. Wa write for only re
; nhla eompaaiea. . Standley ft Foley.
agents. Bush Bank Bldg.
TALK r HAND LACNDBY. 1$ 194 S.
liiW IL raw onerstinr ander new
'wtanscoment. We make a specialty of
'band work oa iwool and silk fabrica.
Also family washing; rough dry or wet.
Phone ' -
BARGAIN GOOD LOT ON MARKET
atreot between Hummer ana inpiwi
atreets. Price $500; $100 cash.
i;: l Krueger ,
' f 208 Oreso. Bldg. Phone 217
l : EMPLOYMENT
VTATED A JAID FOB GENERAL
lvi.e-ark. 883 N. Summer St. Call
lfAXJ Ok FEMALB
wixTrn ltEM AND WOMEN TO
take farm paper subscriptions. A good
nrAtuxition ta the right . people. Ad
dreaa the Paclfie Homestead. Suteemsa
Bldgi Salees. Ore.
tsfli:.n TOO WRITE A WEALTHY.
.pretty girt! Stamped envelope pioase.
"Liliaa Bproul. cieveiaaa. vao.
GET. MARRIED--BEST MATRIMONIAL
raer published. rree tor siamp.
, Correspondent. Toledo. Ohio.
JIEDS. PETS AND FLOWERS
"THIS TEAR GIVE LIVING PRESENTS.
rvFloke haa them. .. 878 Btete.
s FARM P-JfEB
If YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
i ferm paper, s-nd 15o to the Psnfie
v Homestead, Salem, Oregoa. for a three
: annntha' trial aabscriptioa. Meatioa
' thie ad.
; .-.t f pianos
USED CHICKERING GRAND. IN GOOI
abana. Will ariv some tonne, a l
Stiff Furaiture Co.
rOR. 8ALE GOOD USED MAHOO"ANV
Biana laft as to sell, rrica v.
terme. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co, Ma
s4 department .
POULTBYMEN BEND EIGHT TWO
sent wtenrpe for apecial three moatha
trial "for the beat and oldest Journal is
- .1.. ... . Th. articles and advertise
- meattr are f epecial Interest the
breeders of tne oorxnwess.
raat Poultry Journal. 211 Com
eial atreet. Bales, wes-n.
ttwtrr GRADE MILU WOOD--4 FOOT
and 16-lneh. Prompt deilvery. Beso
-hi-rnxt B Wells. $05 "
: .Charch. Phene 1542.
WOOD FOB 8ALB - LAlWS J04,K'
growth and 1" o'dj r. Pali 467.
- r .. INSURANCE .' i
,tmTD.ivnK fHK' BROTHERHOO','
of America a YeomSn issucslgsl rea-
'.e. insurance.. Hee G. W. Moore.
J dlatrioi manager.. ; Phoaa'887 W. 674
V tjnuren, ; - j . "
nuniKTMIII TREES. 15a TO 500.
Lane: Morley. 746 Hignltad.
1933 CALENDARS FREE.
- Smith insurance agency.
CHRISTMAS X BIFT8.WSEI CT THEM
from the Flower ia the Bottle Perfume
? Shop, US: if. Liberty St. Every 60s
;,prebaae gives, you somber, n lae
. beautiful dolt. , ;'. , . ,
a -.,,' ' '..' i. -
FULLER BRC8HC3 LOCAL RfcPKE
sentntivs. Grime. 1S37-J
FOR 8ALE HOME GROWN FILBERTS,
1210 X. 18th. or 4111 Oregon Bide.
Phono 54 office hoars.
8UUHER LUGOAGTE REDUCED W ALU
paper rerananta. flatter, wallboard
Velvet stair carpet. $1.35. Endurance
Mill trade house paint. Kelsossiae, 10
pound. lUn mst tresses. au.
Steel springs $5.00. Mas O. Bursa.
179 H. Commercial ; St.
rOR BALE ; OLD KEWBPAPERS. 10
seats a beadle. Circulation depertneat.
Beautiful Oregon Rose
and eleven other Oregon aoaga. together
with a fiae collection of patriotic songs.
eaered soars and many eld-time favor
ALL FOR 25a
(8peeisl prieee ia qaaatitr lota)
Eapeciallv adaptable for aehool, eommaa-
it 7 or home arai ia. Bead for
74 pagea, bow ia its third edition. .
OREGOH TEACHERS .MONTHLY
It rpmiwwlal 8t 8aUm. Ore
FURNISHED APARTMENT FOB REST.
$91 North Commercial.
FOR RENT 2 ROOM APARTMENT.
$12; also downstairs apartment, reas
onable. Phone 466.
FOR RENT FURNISHED FLAT AT
664 ft Ferry atreet, $50 a month
Phone 23. or apply at Statesman bail
FOR RENT 3 ROOM HOUSE, AT 1052
Sacinaw street. $20 a month. Appl
at btatesmsn business oltice, or pnone
FOR RENT A TWO-ROOM GARAGE,
partially furnished ; haa electrio lights,
city water, tink and cupboards, a nest
little cook stove; $1 u.50 per montn.
wster fnrnikhed. Mills snd Copley.
A DESIRABLE ROOM FOR TWO FOR
rent during Legislature, in modern
heme, aesr Stste House. Please give
references. Address ' A 101," care
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A CAMEO BROOCH, RETURN
to Statesman offic. Reward.
prRMTPHK. TOOLS. MA-
ry. etoek. e wm eav lor w saa
stock. et Wi
all en onmiaieeiea rawe ass.
Weodry. the aetHaeer
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOL8.
WANTED TO BUY HOUSEHOLD FUR
aitifre, toela,' miscellaaeout articles
It YOU HAVE ABSOLUTELY NUMBER
one potatoes, we can handle
Mangle Bros- Salem, Oregon.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD-
ware and furniture. B"st prices psiq.
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
ft FURNITURE CO.
285 N. Commercial 8t. Phone 7
AUCTIONEER OP FARM AND PER
aoaal property. . Betieriee. ! i
Commercial Sr., room II, ever People--Cash
Store. Besideace phone 121 1-J
Office phoae 430.
AUCTIONEER P. N. WtJODRT. THE
livestock, furniture, real estste ane-
rijoaeer. Phone 511 tor ssie astes.
Res. 1610 N. Summer.
COL. J. B. GABLE AUCTHMkeiv
fsrm and .city sales. iw . "tgn.
IRON STEEL. BRASS. ALUMINUM
Bring the pieces. Uso-uss nesting w.
ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
HUGH R, ROBERTSON ft CO. MEM
br Amerleaa Institute et Aecouniama
. ..... SmJI.am ln.nl., Ta Rer
viea. Portland. OraHnd M Une.pot ..
Minn. Address: toil seen
THE GOOD MAXWELL GINGRICH
Motor Co, 371 Uourt.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
nrrn vt ETT RICTAN: EXPERT TROU
hi. hAotlnC. 218 . llign. rnono .u.
D n BARTON KA IDE HATT&Klbn,
. - " . . ... a
t.rter and renerstor wore. m "
MVSTn.I.ITE BATTERY SERVICE.
Station. Kxpert battery ana nmr.-
l. Farria Bros. Phoae 1803. 41"
rnnn OWNERS LUU&l we, in.r.
a ram imcisi uunni ...
bar only. Have your Ford painted fot
Riirnrita ronr friends. Ke
member, our special price on Fords is
for December only. Don't mws this
Aonortnaity. Reliance Auto Painting
Co.. lit' State, ror.
Front. 2nd floor
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
3TORAGE-r-GAR oil. GUARANTEED
,M r nr I . B tvars! uaraao, w-
USED PARTS 11 to 1-2 OFF M1KFP
Auto wrecking House. 424 orth
Commercial, rboae o.a.
.mi a r.BF.ASK. AI.f.MlIC r. rk n r.
V...... " . 11.1 ,IQ
fnr all makes, iompsim -
N. Commercial. v
BICYCLES AND BEPAIBINO
.LOYD K. RAMSDKN DAYTON BICY
eles and repsiring. 387 Court.
FOR .. 8 VLB- OR TRADE FOR ROAD
-ater. late 22 Ford coup-. ; Phona
lttO-M. ; '
OLk-SOV EXCHANGE -UH ED
ears, ' b""h . ft'1 or nM on com an is
eraa. Dail- - monthly storage.
WANTED A .FEW MORE CARS TO
paial r repair, Painting and repair
ing bulb 'lone br. men who are experts
In their line. Also a few good have in
a-4 cars. , Miner's Garage, 80S N.
RADIATOR ft FENDER REPAIRS
RADIATORS -FENDER. BODIE8.
, made . or repaired. . . J. C Heir. 349
W ft B. AUTO REPAIR SHOP WE
alae do all kinds of repairing. Sawa
filed, scissors, knives and lawnmowrrt
ground. Bolder id g work done. Old
stoves msde new. Antes stored hy
dsy or month. Wa will sell or trade
yoar ad ear tor yea. Bring it in to
ns. All work i nsrontaed. 175
CominereisL la rear of Keimejei
Dnn Store Phone 167.
CARPET AJTD BUO WEAVI3TO
CARPET AND BUO WEAY1KQ
Pnoae before 9 a. m. 84 F21.
ACME CHOCOLATE 8H0P "JUST
Candy." Strictly homemade. 121 S.
CARPET AXD FLUFF RTQS
KOTICE TO THE PUBLIC WE XOW
weave fluff ruga made oat of old ear-
pots, any length or width yoe desire.
We also re-fit, re-sew and sue carpets
Festber renovating and mattress steam
ing and re-msking. fkilem Carpel
Cleaning and Fluff Rag Works. Phone
SAI EM ELECTRIC CO MASONIC
Beilding. Pheae 1200.
ELECTRIO FIXTURE AND SUPPLY
Co. Phone 1034. 222 N. Iibrty.
HALIK'S ELECTRIO SHOP ELEC
trieal machine repairing, contracting.
337 Court. Phone (83.
ARCHIE PLEENEB, ELECTRICIAN
House wiring by hour or contract. I
Estimates furnished. Pboae 980. 414
CHIMNEY SWEEPING FURNACE
. cleaning. F. Councilman. Phona 639.
DR. H. L. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 Huh St.; phone 283
CLEANERS AND DYERS
N' SPAN CLEANERS AND
CO. 403 . COURT
Phone 184 I
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS.'
175 K. Commercial, phone 167.
WANT A $8500 LOAN OX
ranch. Socolofsky, 341 State.
HAVE SEVERAL THOUSAND DOl,-
lara to loan on first class security. H.
E. Bolinger. 328 Oregon Bldg.
MARION POLK COUhTY FARM LOAN
association has money to loan at 6 '4
W. D Smith,. secr-tary treasurer. 803
Salem Bank of Commerce..
A. C. Bohrnstedt
407 Masonic Temple. Salem, Ore.
20-YEAH FARM LOANS ON RURAL
credit plan, pre-psymsnt provisions al
lowed. ' We will finance yon for a leaa
rat of interest than any firm oa tts
Private money to Vaa oa either cltj
of country property.
R. W. Marsters
411 Oregon Building.
SKAGROVB FOR FURNACES 198
OIESE FUBNITUBE CO. QUALITY
furniture for lets money. 88 Court
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second band furniture. S71 N. I
GI T FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECE8
Delivery. O. . F. Breitbaupt, florist
liS North Liberty street. Phone 380
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
SPENCER CORSETS TO ORDER
Dressmaking. Csrrie Fisher, McCor
asek Bldg, '
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING
plestiag. buttons, etempiag aad oeeoue
work. 82$ Oreea Bldg Pboae $79
MRU. n K If IL.L.KR HEMSTITCHING
stamping, buttons. Room 10, ever ilii
ler'i store. Phone 117 -
CAPITAL HOTEL CORNER. 8TATI
and CommereiaL. rnone osu
50s up. 462 State.
W. J. MAYER. HIGH CLASS LADIES
tailoring; King coats, suits and dreseet
Room 7. MeCormack Bldg. i'aone 6z
SAI.EM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 316
Liberty atreet. Phona 25. Oldest
lsrgest best Establiabed 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Onalit work. Dromot service. 1264
Broadway. Phona 165
WB MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
hold eooda. Our speeWlty ia pian.
and furniture moving. We alo mak
country trips. Wa handle the be
coal and wood. Call on us for price
Wa give good measure, good quslit:
and good service. Larmer Transfe
Go. Phona 930.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 22-
State St. Phona 933. Distributer
forwarding and storage our spenaltj
Get our rat-s
PARKER'S STAGE I INKS
J W. Parker. General Manager
Central Stage Terminal Salem. Oregoi
Leaves Sslem. Central Stage Terminal:
1 a. m 11 a. m.. 5 p. m
Leaves Silverton. News St snd:
ft a. m., 1 p. m.. 8 p. m.
leaves Salem Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m.. 9 a. m. , 11 a. m.. 3 p. i
Leave Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel:
8:15 a. m.. 1 p. m.. 6:15 p. m.
Leaves Independence, Beaver Hotel.
8:30 a. m., 10 a m.. 1:15 p. m. 4 p. I
s-an -- - -
W make 'connections at Salem to al
carta af tha volley. Extra tripe b
J. W. PARKER. General Manager.
SECOND HAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS ANT
sella second hand furniture. Tools anH
- iunk. 320 N. Commercial. Phona 492
WAVTED EVERYTHING IS CLOTH
and shoes. Beat prieea paid. Cap
ital Exchange. 842 N. CommereiaL
Pboae 1368 W.
a A I. KM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE,
refase of all. kinds removed. Cesspools
cleaned. rUonener or 1595 w.
Knnq HriVTvnrit service (suc
cessor to Ncal Scavenger) Garbage ana
refuse of all kinds removed ey ih
month. Reasonable ra'ee. Phoaea:
Office 529. residence 2034.
STOVES AXD STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AXD REPAIRED
40 rears' esperience. Depot Nationa
fen re. aiiea 24 to 23 inches bih.
Painu. oils snd vsrnishes. etc, wgsa
berrr and bop hook. Balem f-liee and
Sicvo Works. 250 Conrt street. Psoas
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGU REMEDY
Phone 517 W.
ED. CHASTAIN CI-OTHINO CO. SUITS
and ovareeata. ' Uaa mj ataira: it paya.
ana State St
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC F.LEvTlul
Steam boilers, valeaniteri and tube
plates. .Perry C. Campbell, 317 K.
H AND M. CO. SPECIALTY GRIND-
era and welders. Automotive sereiee.
490 Ferry. Phona 864.
WECHTER ft SMITH MACHINISTS.
engineer. weMera. Hesld evlindet
Phne 562 345 F-r
SALEM CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC
All branches taught, diplomas granted
John R. Sites, director. 1237 Court
RAO AND JAZZ PIANO PLAYING
12 lessons gisr.mteed. Wstermsn
System. P. B. Clsrk. mgr.. McCornsek
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO-
araDha. aeanne machinea. sheet music.
and pisno studies. Repairing phono
graphs and sewing mscnines. 3J
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
nis no tuner. Leave orders Will t
JACK CLEMENT SALEM 8 Of D
piano tuner, is back. Call, write or
phono 1774, the Bong Bbep, opposite
the Court House.
NOODLE HOUSE. 439
BIN SIN NOODLE HOUSE CHOP
suer. 40c: puffed rice. 20c; noodles.
20c; fried noodles. 60c 189 S.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City ftar-
sery Co.. 426 Oregon Bldg. mono 7S
FOB SALE OREGON CHAMPION
gooseberry plants. P. W. Woelke. Rt-
9. BOX 131. B3icm.
FRUITLAND NURSERY HAS A 8 ALES
yard at Cherry City Feed Barn, 544
Ferry 8treet. Trees ready for plant
ing. See me before buying. Phoa
FAFERHANGINr- AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper banging, tinting, etc
PRINTING ' ' '
ROWLAND PRINTING CO. JOB
printing. Masonic Temple.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1307-J. Shop, 1Z.
Union street. A. L. Godfrer.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A
new Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Still
Furniture Co., Music Dept.
SHERMAN. CT AY ft CO.. PIANOS
Ste'nwaye Duo-Art and others. Moore i
Music Hbuae, 415 Court street and
HUB RESTAURANT MOST REASON-
able prices. Johnson Bsrry. 169 S.
SALEM VARIETY 8TORE CHINA
ware, glastwsre, toys, notions, and mil
SAI.EM WATER. LIUliT ft POWTR 00
Office, 301 South Commercial St. Tee
per cent discount on domestic fist
rates' psid in advsncr. No deduction,
for alienee or any csuse unless watei
ia ahut off your premis s.
WOOD SAWING PHONE 1131.
country. Ed. Sproed.
la i I mi ii il' ssgjasaaeaas
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Camp 5, Armory, First, third Mondays
OR. S. F. SCOTT. GRADUATE N A
tional University Sciences. Chiesgi
Masonic Temple. Phone 640.
B 8. R 8MITH. CHIROPRACTOR
833 Oregoa Bldg. Phone 664.
JR. LENA A. BOONE. CHIROPBACTOh
475 8. Commercial. Hoars 10 te is
1 to S. Phone 1418.
nes snoTT ft scofield. p. s c
Chiropractors. 414 19 L. S. Bank BIO
Phona 87; r-s. 828-R.
Vf ORRIS OPTICAL CO. SUITE 301
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW Of
tical Co.. 335 State atreet. oppose
Ladd ft Bush Bsnk. "Use Qsaiit
Proven 8hnr ons."
tfAGNKTIQ HEALING DR. A. I
Frsnts. AeaU and chrome diseases
Phone 780. 25-38 Breymaa Block
nil A RI.AIT.HTKR ACUTE AM
chronic diseases. 41a Oregon oiag
Phona 1 10.
1)R9. WHITE AXD MARSHAL.! so'
U. S. Bank Bldg.
DR. FOSTER. 404 OREGON BLDG
Phones 75U. 2024-J.
DR. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIt
phytirisa snd surgeon. Kirisvillc
graduate. 404 405 U. 8. National Bank
Bldg. Phoa-. office 919: res. o"14.
DR. JOHN L. LYX0H OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon. 403-40 Ore
on Bldg. Phonea. office 1394; res
BROKEN ARCHES AXD OTHER DE
form i ties of the feet corrected without
loss of time from your ocrupaHoe.
Drs. White ft Marshall. U. 8. Bank
TO TRADE 330 ACRE FARM IX
Wsvbingtoa. Mo-:t sll in crop. Price
$?0 per sere. ici term near Salem.
WiU pay some difference.
311', Stita Street.
FOP. SALE 4 ROOM BUNGALOW.
paved street.- corner: sy terms:
32100. Comptou Resl Estste, 460
FOR SLE APARTMENT HOUSE OF
1( roons with basement; on car l.oe
Pries $4250. Terms.
Oregon Bald:n;. Phone 217.
IP YOU HAVE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
thmt ia priced right, phone 347.
M. J. Hunt
HAVE BUYER FOR SEVEN OR EIGHT-
room house wiUua eight blocks of not
M, J, Hunt
Lsdd ft Bush Bldg.
Portlaad income and residence property
ta exeaaag lor farms, erraarda an4
lands ia the Valley. Come and see as.
wa may do yea a service.
The Fleming Realty Co.
341 Bute St.
ANDERSON A RUPERT
Successors to Laflar ft Leilat
06 T Oregoa Bldg.
New bungalow $1800, easy terms. Go
house, five blocks out, lot 82x.l6.. o
psved street. $5000, easy terms. Wsal
a house aa payment on a 40-arre farm
en paved highway. Want a Buick o
Dodge car as payment on s close is
home. Want a home ss psyraent or
choice five-scre tract. Small house to'
rent. $8.UO. F. L. Wood. 341 State St.
STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE BE
tween Court and State streets in Essv
Salem. This hss everything you went
and is a bsrgain at $5000. Good terms
can be arranged.
331 Vt State St.
WE WOULD LIKE TO LIST YOUR
property either for aale or trade. Call
us up. Phona 175.
Bll gut. Street.
FOR 8 ALE NEW SIX-ROOM BUNOA
low with basement and garage. Near
tha McKmley school. Price $3750.
Oregon Building. Phone 217.
GOOD HOME ON PAVED
and car line. Price 83000.
car not over $1000.
S31H State Street.
E.IGHT ROOM HOUSE IX NO. 1 COX-
dition. Larg grounds. $V20. Cor
ner lot, bouse and barn. .$1900. Six
room house and some furniture. $1850.
Gertrude J. M. Page
492 N. Cottage.
h' have a neat little three-room house
and lovely lot with paved atreet. Haa
bath, toilet, electric Hj-hu, 3 blocks to
car. Price $1950, $600 down and pay
ments by the month.
We have a lovely lot on which the own
er has built a ry neat garage with
two rooms, a folding bed; has city
wster, electric lights, toilet and aink.
Price $800,. $300 down and $12 per
We have 5Vi acres one mile esst of
the State hospital, ail in cultivation;
no buildings: $225 per sere oa very
easy terms if desired.
See Mills & Copley
331V Ststs St.
Modern bungslow, 5 rooms .. $2?00
Modern bungslow, 5 rooms 3800
Modern bungalow, 6 rooms 4500
Modern bungslow, 5 rooms - 700
Modern bungalow, 5 rooms 2730
Modern house. 8 rooms 6000
Modern house, 8 rooms 4300
Modern house, tf rooms 3150
Cosy cottsge, 5 rooms 1100
Terms on any of abova properties.
Some choice vacant lots cheap $200
and up. Let Chtlds ft Bechtel at 540
State street know your wants.
HAVE A CASH CUSTOMER
strictly modern 6-rootn house.
JO acres, with modern improvem-ii's :
photos can be seen st my oliice. aut
a SaletS reskl-nce, about $IOOO; price
22 acres, 2 miles out, fair improvements,
electricity in the hmue, on good rosd,
only $.1700, $1400 esh; balance to he
60 acres, finest bottom, on patement:
fair Improvements, running wat-r; will
take Salem residencn to 91000; price
$150 per acre.
Business opportunity on State St., with
Close-in busine-ss property. 82x165,
with two dwellines. Price $12,000.
o room plastered cottsge, lights, water
and toilet. Price $17od; $00 down.
balance $20 pei month, interest 6.
fi-room modern home, lest Jocation in
Salem, near State House, large lot.
Price $16,000; $5000 cash, balance
New five-room bungalow, with cement
l.ssenunt near .State St. car. I'rice
$4000. $2500 down.
9-roora modern home south ralem. on
paved street, near car liDe. 1'ri
$2"0; SUXlO down, balance 2.) per
K'-sl Estate k Kir- Insursnce.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co,
275 State St.. . S. Bank Bldg.
'What you don't want for what you do
want." Do you want 4 lots iu Port
land, well located. plenty of fruit
Price $1600. mortgage $500, for Salem
lots. 4 room bungalow Hubbard
worth $1000, clear of debt, for Kaleoi
lot or lots. General store, small lw
doina- fine busiuess. including store
building and 7-roora mod rn home
S15.00O. for small ranch near some
wnnA town in the Valley. Large list
fine alfalfa and fruit ranches irrigated
st Kennewick. Hermiston snd Bois
Idaho, for Sslem snd Valley farms
Manv Eastern Oregon and Washingto
stock snd grain farms for Valley farms
Middle West farms. N-braska. Kan
folo.. Wis.. Minn., Dak., .Mont., an
Wvomine. for vsrious kinds of farm
in the West. We have hundreds of
listing to exchange. See us for I
kind of trsrte.
A. W. Estes Realty Co.
I ; (ir-gnn Tt'iildins.
BIK-NOS AIRES WHEAT
HrEXOS AIRES. Dec. 20.
Opening, wheat. December, 1.26
up c; February, 1 1.200 yt. up
vew vnBK Dee. 20. Evano -
rated apples, quiet; prunes quiet,
apricots and- peaches quiet.
public notices nnipr nimurMLMT
$150,000.00 ROAD BONDS OF
MARION COUNTY. OREGON'
Sealed proposals will be receiT-1
ed by the County Court of Marion
County. Oregon, at the court
house In Salem, in said county,
until December 28, 1922, at the
hour of twelve o'clock noon of
said day, for the purchase of
$150,000.00 permanent road
bonds of Marion county, Oregon,
part of an issue of $850,000.00
authorized at an election held
June 3, 1 SIS. The bonds now
offered for sa'e shall be dated
July 15. 1920; $85,000.00 there
of shall mature July IS, 1931,
and $65.0,00.00 thereof shall ma
ture July-15, 1932, and shall be
in denominations of $50.00 or
multiples thereof up to the sum
of $1,000.00, to suit the purchas
er, and shall bear interest at the
rate of five and one-half (54$)
per cent per annum, payable semi
annually. I All bidders are required to en-
ci use wua meir oia a cerwuea
1 1 . 1. . i i m. a . t t .
check payable to the order of
Marion county, Oregon, and
drawn upon an incorporated bank
or trust company to the amount
of two per cent of the par value
of the bonds bid for. and the
check of the successful bidder
will be applied by the county in
part payment of the purchase
price or to secure the county
against loss resulting from the
failure of the bidder to corap!y
with the terms of the bid submit
ted. No bid will be received for
a price of less than par and ao
crued interest, and the bonds will
be sold to the highesf bidder.
The County Court reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
The proposals should be address
ed to U. G. Boyer, County Clerk,
Salem, Marion county, Oregon,
and marked "Proposals for Road
Bonds." The successful bidders
will be furnished with the opin
ion of Messrs. Storey, Thorndyke.
Palmer & Dodge, of Boston. Mas
sachusetts, that the bonds are a
valid obligation of Marlon county,
By order of the County Court.
U. G. BOYER, Clerk.-
Next Friday night, Dec 22. at
8 o'clock, a Christmas program
will be given in the school house.
On Sunday at the regular Sun
day schol hour another Christ
mas program will be given to
which all are welcome.
Archie Ewing has been con
fined to his bed for a week with
a severe attack of influenza. He
Superintendent Joshia Wills
as a visitor at the school one
day last week.
Peter Schindler spent Sunday
with his brother at Mountain
The women of the grange are
planning a program to be given
in February. The men will give
one later, and those giving the
best program will be entertained
by the losers at a supper.
Arthur Utley, Fred Ewing and
Mr. Allen were Dallas visitors
Brush Crfllege won second prize
the Marion and Polk county
corn snow which was neid in
Salem last week.
The Sweet Briar club will have
a 1 o clock cnristmas dinner at
Miss Taylor next Friday.
Lu A. Grote .vent to Portland
on business last inursaay
Mr. Cunningham and family
ave moved into the Darby house
ecently vacated by Frank Kun
kle and family.
Miss Margaret Stelner will play
next Wednesday evening at Mrs
Denton's musical recital in Sa
Joe Jarger and son Andrew
visited Mr. and Mrs. .Joe W II-
vert of Hopewell last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chafioe
of Alberta, Canada, are expected
to arrive this week to visit re
Mrs. D. Gibson has been quite
11 for the past week.
Harvev Olson will leave soon
for Bend, where he will worn
Mrs. D. Hogan. who was vis
iting her sister, Mrs. rrank Mun-
koii. lias riurnen to uer iiuim-
Mrs. E. Schindler of Mountain
View, who underwent an opera
tion not long ago. is getting
J. A. Walker of Roseburg was
wiuitintr his sister. M T8. ITanK
Munsou last Saturday.
Mr anrl Mrs. W. L. Davis ot
iiniivwnod were Euests ot Mr
anH Mrs. Frank Olson last aun
t J. Lehman had the mis or
tune to be struck in the face by
a piece of wood which flew from
ih iathf wrhere he was wor
W. D Goosline will b giaa
whn rood old Oregon wesiner
returns, as he Is feeding &
head of cattle.
m r anrl Mrs McCarter hav
given tfp their California trip o
account of the severe weather
Loval Whitney not only ha
tonsilitis, but a specialist states
aic has an abscess in his
lie saauvr -""-
Arthur Buell spnt the wee
end here with his parents. He
is an O. A. C. student.
Bill Iehman of Salem was a
recent visitor of his cousin. Bob
Mrs. Peter Krall and daugh
ter, Katie, have been Hi for the
f ast few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer
'nml family of Salem will
' Christmas at the Arthur
rnmr v uvl viliii
onfusion Reigns on Stock
Market Short Pressure
NEW YORK. Dec. 20. The
confusing movement of prices in
today's stock market reflected the
speculative uncertainty oTer the
ultimate trend, trading again be
ing largely a professional affair
Speculators for the advance took
the railraod shares in hand short
ly after the opening and appeared
to be making good progress when
short pressure was directed to
wards some of the steels, equip
ments and other speculative fa
vorites, the market thereafter ex
hibiting marked irregularity.
Steel shares tailed to respond
to the optimistic tone of me
weekly trade reviews, which in
dicated unusual year-end activity
with prospects for a continuance
of a high production rate into the
early months next year.
Railroad slocks generally failed
to hold their early gains.
Copper shares made no response
to any increase in the price of
red metal bringing it to 14
cents a pound, the recent strength
of these issues apparently dis
counted this action.
Call money opened at 44, and
eased off to 4H. then to 4, where
it closed. Time money continued
to be quoted at 44 bid and 5
per cent offered, some 60 and 90
day loans being made at 4 per
cent. Commercial paper trading
continued quiet with light new
paper coming into the market.
Foreign exchanges were weak
at the opening of business, but
recovered somewhat later. De
mand sterling was quoted around
4.62, and French fraprs
.42 cents. The Canadian dollar
was at a discount of : of 1 per
Heavy Selling for Profits is
Cause Operations Ner
vous Towards Close
CHICAGO, Dee. 20. Heavy
felling to realize profits led to
sharp breaks in the value of
wheat, corn and oats today after
some new high price records for
the season had been touched. The
wheat market closed nervous,
to 2 He net lower, with May at
1.24 to $1.24Vs and July 1.13
to $1.13. Corn finished to
lc down; oats off to lc, and
provisions varying from 7 cents
decline to 5 cents advance.
With an advance In Liverpool
Quotations tending to lift prices
here, the way was opened for
holders of wheat to unload to ad
vantage, and the opportunity was
Selling here Quickly broadened
and gains which had been scored
at the opening 'were much more
than wiped out, the market at
one time showing a fall of as
much at 3 cents a bushel.
Export business which develop
ed during the downward swings
of the wheat market led to price
rallies in the latter half of the
day. A report that Italyhad re
moved the import duty on flour
was also of some assistance to
On the other hand, legislation
which niight Help to enhance val
ues appeared to be moving slow
ly and it was only with aggres
sive support from large houses
that the market was upheld in the
Corn and oats as we'l as wheat
were subjected to much greater
spiling pressure than has appear
ed for some time. In addition to
liberal receipts of torn hfre. free
offerings to arrive had a depres
sing effect and both corn and oats
showed Ierg rallying power than
wheat, although export business
in corn was of some effect.
Provisions, were firmer with
hog values but receded later when
the hog market lost its gains.
SILVERTON. Ore.. Dec. 19.
(Special to The Statesman) O
G. Larson, who has been practic
ing attorney at Silverton for sev
eral years is moving to Portland
and will be located in the McKay
Misn Paulina Dumas of Port
land is visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Taskar.
Mrs. Ralph Veaton has return
ed to her home at The Dalles afte
spending; a few days at Silverton
Victor Madsen returned to hU
Silverton home after six weeks'
stay in eastern Oregon.
Pearl Wood has returned t
Silverton from California, where
he was recently called by th
death of his father.
Wilbur Scott has taken the
local salesmanship of the Max
well. The Silver Falls Timber com
pany will close down for its an
nual repair-Mind clean-up Monday
evening. It will asain rwss"""
operations In about-loaF w-jcb..
Logging In the new cantp mw
tha snow W E PV lbe firt
of the year.
The Silrton cpromunuy
Christmas tree is now up on us
customary puce at the iitersec-
tion ot Main and First streets.
A ifonp of friends mei n
. . a.wr all at tb
surprisxa yum. a..- -- ---
Hall hont,OU Howell raiw eii'
nrday nighC , Abut 30 friends
and neighbors wfta present.
Mr. and Mrs. uiwjTnce omuw
of Salem spent the cek-end at
Silverton. " ,
Many of the SUverton rrm
will be open V nithtjJuiInr lW
week. ' I
Miss Marlon Cnase otahe sil
verton high school faculty spent
the week-end at Portland. s
Miss Ella Svsrvart and Ed win
Svnrvarl left Saturday for South .
Dakota, where they will spend the
Christmas holidays, ?
PORTLAND. De. 20. Butter:;
Prints extras. 51c; cubes extras;
48c; prime firsts. 47c. Bntterfat,
Portland delivery: Ko. 1 aour
cream, oxe roiaiow;
price, locals 50c; selling price to,
at 90c. . - .t...
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 20. -
wheat, lttd to 2d higher.
At Stiff Action;
Of Home Funmhirijp
will be sold at auction.
Kvcry thing will go to the
Beds to furnish serer&l
coxnf orUble homes. '
Mattresses and Springs
Dining Tables u
Piano Lamps :
Library Tables ;
Stand tables !
A large assortment of
rags, pictures, dishes, kit
chen utensils, chairs r and
rockers, desks, tools and
everything to completely
furnish a home.
1 :30 p.72LATURDAY
r a IB as i l'f an., fcaiMla fc
Cor. Court and Liberty
flitpii ft invpf-
aYALJ.I r,LAfflYEf a V
Prieea a noted are waotvaale and at '
prices n-cied bf farmers. Ne rata,
price are givea vaults mm aiv.
no. i wneat si.iu i
No 9 wheat $1.08. ' .
No. 8 Red wheat, sacked, $1.07,
fheet hay, $20.
Oat hav $ JOINS'. f
novrr ha jr. bsfeu, $2 1ft 12.
EOOa, BuTTEa AJ.D atUTTZXTAT
Ksita. retail. 44. ,
Creamer batter S3S3e.
hutterfat, delivered, fie.
Milk, $2.45 ewt. ,
roVLTXT . J
Old roosters Se.
Hens, light, ISe. . .jj
liens, heavy. Ie. "
' P0SK. MTJTT0W AHD tZZt ,
Hojts, tT. Ils012e. ' ' . .
Live hots. Be. . "
Oresaed boca. l$H0ISe.
Top eal. dreaaed, 12VfeQl$4
Toh steers IZQU9.
Ous. etdiue. '
.... ; raurM, .
Letnens $101Q.&0. !
. ws e. () im
California grapefruit, fre 5.00. .
riur.nl a graiMiralt, Si (AO.
Wmn'ra erapea IIW. h.
Cranberries $2 box. - t
tia. ).it - -v ,
Tap oranges $2 bundle. ' .
Wslnets 80s Ih.
rdberts 20e Ih. '
Braali ISe n
VEOCTABIJBS ' '-
He.H littuf i t..y crate. . -
Portland Baying Priees
EOOS, POTJX.TKT AJTD ACHAT a.
HI TTERKAT 4o Hf;ilKK . -No.
I churnine rrestn, .12s-64e U e). .
i'ortlau'l; unrt'irrades. &i6Me. ,
EGOS KlttiC ' '
Cnrrnt receipts 4347e; whit haa
neriei, 4849V ,,i
UVK I'OI.TRY WEAK "
( -onjmiHn) llravr hens, 22e
ll.: do l1(.ht, Mr; pris, Ta ISr : eld
rmlr-. nir; ducks, white Pekia. young.
lS(3 20k.: dressed durka. 'i3'i2r; ter
ke.s. No. 1 dreseed, 35 9 3o - Ke. 2. 33
ffi 35c; do live, 28(i28c; feeae, 151c;
do drr.ed. 23Cfl24-. , ,
tlKKSSKI- MEATS WEAK ' ' '
! rommUsion) Choir light hot.
!2!4Al3; und';radea, 1 0 tt I f-; toa
gr.da vtal, I2t(nte; nder$radee, $Q
HAY AJTD CKAIK --j
HAV FIRM. HCARTE '
(Iielivred Portland) Valley timothy
$2 ton; Eastern Oregon timothf, $24 ton;
alfalfa. $21 ton: elorrr. $21 tea; atraw,
$9 ton; grain bar. $22 ton. -
GRAIX HIOHCR f -C I
Bid prices (trark Portland in ear loia)
Wheat options, $1.181.2.; Maart r
l)luetesn. Sl.S'1: . et, SS3JMic ilTO;
Eastern vellow corn. 932.75 t.fl; bar
It y, 4.O0; millmn. MMH 310. t-
TZXJTT - , 'j '
FRtTIT STEADY '. - ,
Apple. VcH1.5o I according to Var
iety and pack) : pcara r.o& 7Je bog. t e.
VEOETABLKM MTEADY ? X
Oregon potatoes, SOQSOe ewt.r Oregoa
cabbage, nominal; parsnips. SI.OO aack;
carrots, $1 sack: onions, $1,756.2 rsrt.;
cauliflower, Sl.i1.73 dosen.
' ' 01 : --'
WOOL 810 W ;
Half blood snd fine, 3Si4(V; three-
eightha Mood. 82i? 35e: ajvafW hom4, 89 :
f32c; lew quarter and braid. 2SQ2ts;
kustted or retted wool. 2225e,
( NOTE Esstern Oregoa. Waeshlnctea
and Idaho ranch clips arias; 3 to $ cents
less thsn vsllev wool.)
HOPS QUIET ' : V
HOPS 1321 crop, aaialaal: aew cron