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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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atawa Departmaat -i . JS-lOft
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1 ' ! July 12, 1 925 ... 4 . 4
A NEW COMMANDMENT: Jesus said: A new commandment I
rive unto you. v That ye lore one .another: as I have loved you, that
ye also lova one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my
aiscipies. ; John 13:34-35,? I
CAN A MAN EARN A
"'Can a man earn a million?' The soap box orator who had 'put
the question denied the possibility emphatically. It was preposter
ous, he said. No single man could earn a million dollars. - j '
' ', "A million Is a lot of money. There are few' people, compara
tively speaking;, who have any conception of what a million ia like1
what a million will buy. ' , . 1 1 4
A. banker counting off a million in dollars "at the rate of fiftyu
dollars a minute, or three thousand
thousand a day, would be kept busy at his task for nearly; forty-two
days. ., " a - i
"Can a single man serve society
"There are many who, with the soap box orator, frown upon the
Idea many who answer indignantly no! Measuring themselves by
themselves, they do not think it
really be .worth that much to the
'We differ with them. .We not
million, but we believe that many
million ten times over...
j' ,'In 1832 Llebig, a German chemist, discovered chloroform. i How
much does society owe to the man!" Did he earn a million?- Did he
render humanity a service worth a million "dollara? What would
society feel more keenly, the loss of a million or the loss of anesthe
tics? , If no more anesthetics could be obtained on this earth; and
another. world, say Mars, offered us the use of theirs for a billion,
would you vote, that our earth, spend a billion to obtain them ?4 Now,
did Liebig earn1 a million dollars? ' i i
; "What about wireless telegraphy, invented by Mahlom Loomis?
lias wireless telegraphy benefited this world to' the extent ' of
million dollars? A.'::'"A -.'.''"i. n:.. '!'.; 4,; fji't: 1 1 I
I "What about the phonograph
It worth to us a million dollars?
x "What about the telephone
1876? Could society get along without it today?
world a' million dollars?
4 "What about thesteam fire
machine,-! electric lighting, the trolley car and the motor boat, the
printing pres and the clocks on our walbj, aeroplanes and 2eppelins,
aerophones and the radio, the piano player and the moving pictures?
Have the men who invented all these things and others served
society to the extent of a million? Does the matter wear- a different
face-now?, j :'- 44-- 4 r 444
j il'Without a doubt a man can earn, a million dollars.1;
frowning on the thought that any individual can render
society worth a million- dollars, let u buckle on our armor and see
whether we can't do something ounseves that will be worth that much
The above appeared in a
ish Messenger, his church paper. It was written by Rev.
Wm. Schoeler of Aurora. ' i
I ' in his latest book; "Twice: Thirty ' Edward. W. Bok
defends the high salaries paid in1 the United States, running
from $100,000 to $300,000 a year. He says they are often
among the lowest priced services employed by large concerhs,
figured in actual results. .
. "See where these $100,000 Imen came from," says Mr.
Bok. Here is one who-now receives $125,000 a year salary;
hq began by sorting rags at 35 cents per day for the same
corporation . of which he is now president. Another, also a
$125,000 man, drove an oil tank wagon for years. Another, a
$150,000 a year man this time, got out of his bed as a boy
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W. H. Haderson
Ralph H. KWtilag.
Manager Job Dept.
E. A. Rtaoles
W. O. Conner..
CirmiatUn Off lea
Oragoa, aa seoend class matter
dollars an hour, or twenty-four
r- ,: :. (;-: -a ' ;.V ;T'4li I !-
to the extent of a million?
possible thai any single man 'could
world. ; Hv 4 !
only believe tha man cam earn a
a man has rigbtfully learned, a
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which Edison gave us in 1878? Is
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which Alexander Bell invented
'Is it worth to the
engine, the. automobile.
recent issue of the Oregon Par
etery morning, summer and winter, ;at a quarter -to'fotr
o'clock and served a newspaper route, never getting a morsel
of food till sevenand then going to school all day and working
after'school hours.". ' - 4 '.' "
" Mr. Bok goes on giving many instances of the kind; the
very high salaried men of the country generally having come
up from the ranks, through the school of hard knocks. Their
Idea was never to get through, but: to get on. They never
watched the clock; never complained of hard" conditions or
long hours. They never asked : "How much am I paid to do ?"
but "How much can I find to do?"
- There are a number of industries in Salem waiting for
men able to earn $100,000 salaries
Men who will be worth millions to their valley and their
state. Take the man who is to
or the mint industry, or the
juice industry, or the drug garden industry, or the seed in
dustry, or the Roquefort cheese industry
Or the full development of our water powers, with the
proper use of irrigation--the white coal of power to turn the
wheels of industry and the white gold of water on the thirsty
land. ';;44 .- : 4V '. .' -;. v''" - i 4'-'.; -! -'
The above are only hints. The field is great and wide.
4 '4 This" is the land of diversity, and the country of oppor
tunity ' I " 4
And also, some one has said, Oregon is the land of neglect
ed opportunities. She is crying for $100,000 a year men.
The man who in defiance of the law, drives an automo
bile while drunk causing serious injury to several persons is
certainly in luck to escape with a hundred dollar fine and
suspension of his license as a punishment.
r Will the net boozy-woozy driver only half as drunk,
under like circumstances get off with a fifty dollar assess
ment and a relief from his license forgone half as long? Of
little consequence seem life and limb and defiance to law as
a' result of gas' and booze, is the way it looks to the casual
They found him wandering
around in a dazed condition, bear
ing the igns of a vigorous quar
rel, a blackened eye and a gap in
his front teeth, j
Filled with pity,! they seized him
by the arms. j , , . ,
"Come along, old chap.
take you home. to your wife?"
He groaned piteously.
"Don't you understand?" he
murmured feebly, i "That'g where
I got it!" ;
When a tactful host entertains
a tactful guest, there is sure to be
rewarding conversation for the on
looker and listener. "What do you
think of our place on the whole?"
asked Mr. Jones, as he stood with
his old school friend on the porch,
waiting for" the station motor
which was to bear the 24 hours'
guest away: i
"Pretty nice little place." said
Mr. Smith, impartially. '"Perhaps
a bit bare now, but no doubt time
will change that." 4
"Yes," said his host, with great
heartiness and no hint of offense,
"I hope before you come again the
trees and shrubs will hare made a
Jake, a farm hand, was recount
ing his troubles to a . neighbor.
Among other things he said that
organize the sugar industry.
poultry industry, or the grape
the wife of the
ployed him was
farmer who era
'too' close for any
"This very morning," said he,
"she asked me, 'Jacob, do you
know how many pancakes, you
have et this morning?'.
"I said: "No. ma'am. I ain't had
no occasion to count 'era
" 'Well.' says she, 'that last one
was the 26th. And it made me
so mad I jest got up from the
table and went. to work without
PROVIDENCE. "God shall supply all your need" is the
promise of the Holy Bible. The doctrine of divine Providence
gives comfort and courage to all. To feel assured that the
I invisible, eternal, omnipotent
and move and have our being,
us; protects and preserves us! is a great joy and peace to
the human heart. To believe with' Shakespeare that
"There is a divinity that shapes our ends,
, Rough-hew them how We will". 4. 1
And with Lowell that
"Behind the dim unknown,
Standeth God within the shadow,
Keeping watch above His own" .
And with Whittier, in his words,
"I know not where his islands' lift
Their franded palms in air;
I only know I cannot drift 4
Beyond His love and care;"' . ,
sustains us in everysacrifice and sorrow. God's providence
meana His promise for every experience; His provision for
every peril; His pow;er for every weakness; and His preser
vation for, every trial. Jesus taught that as His Father in
heaven cared for the flowers of the field and the birds of the
air, so He cared for His trusting children. May this truth
of God's providence beget in us gratitude; stimulate in us
greater faith; lead us to fuller obedience; and brighten our
hope for safety and security in
Bit For Breakfast
Chautauqua Is good '
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Better; than It was advertised
r' " la '
And of course it must come
back next year, still better.
Talking of evolution, Salem bar
ber says a customer of his was
told he was descended from the
amoeba, and he resented it, saying
he was descended from a Demo
crat. ' Salem's new YMCA building
will be a beautiful structure; but!
it will shine still more y its util
ity. It will be good - for what It ;
is built for. - 1
Dr. Fallis, lecturer at the Sa
lem Chautauqua last night, on
"The Problem of World Peace,"
hit the nail on the head. Waj or
peace is a matter of edncation.
The world must educate for peace,
and it will have peace. Dr. Fallis
has a .brilliant lecture, and puts it
The women's styles In springtime
. Are dull and drab In shade
Corrhred to papa's garments
When his lodge goes on parade!
i s s s
What They Can't Do
Our Rockefellers, Carpegies,
Fricks, 'Vanderbilts, Goulds, Har
rimans, Astors, Eastmans, Still
mans. Pullmans and Fields can
bequeath enormous fortunes, but
they cannot bequeath brains. Not
one Napoleonic son has sprung
from these Titans, not one son
who is doing gigantic things In the
world of finance, railroading or
business. And news comes from
Germany that the many-columned
monument spectacularly erected
by Hugo Stinnes, the German Col
ossus, is tottering, with no son
fit to hold it together. Today 90
per cent of the biggest jobs in
America are filleS by first genera
tion leaders, such as Ford. Gary,
Thayer, Schwab. Grace, .Edison,
White. Wilson. Sloan. Willys, Du
rante Nash, Young, Swope, Farrell,
Tripp.. Crowley, Willard. Gary, O.
P. Van Swerlngen. Baker; Dillon,
Mitchell. Sabin, Wlggin, Lamont,
Carry Doherty, to name only a
few. Is there not encouragement
in this for the millions of earnest,
diligent, ambitious American
workers who are studying, striv
ing, sweating to reach the top?
Does it not mean that brains, not
Perfect One, in whom we live
cares for us; watches over
the Heavenly Home.
Che Oregon &tatztmx&
Pabliaa4 a Terr averaiac (esrept If
1 afea- 1
eUj) at Salem. Ua capital at Orefo
Local Rates For j
Daily ar Suadey
, 1 eeati par war
5 eaat par war4
S eeata par word
Oaa toaik. daily sad
Baoday 20 eeata par
Ia erder ta aars tka mora taaa ana
time rata, adrertiaeneal mast ni ia
eaaaaeatiTa iaaaea. t
Na ad taken for laaa taaa SS eeata.
Ada ram 8aaday aaly ekarred ; at
AdTertiicmeata (axept ,Peraoa
1a" aad "Sitaatioaa Waatad") wiU
baUkea aver tka telepaaae if tka
adrertiaer la a rakaeribar ta pkoaa.
- Tka Stataaataa will raeeiva advar
tiaaaiaata at any time af tka day or
aijht. To laaora propor elaeaifiea
tioaa ada akoald bo is before 7 p. at.
TEXJETBOra SS ar (IS
Money to Loan
Ob Real Estate)
T. K. FORD
(Orer Ladd Bnah Bank)
rOV LEAVE YOTJB
OR CAR HAVE IT
Insured Properly j
Pkoaa 161. Beeke A Beadrieka, TT. 8.
Baak BUf. . , 4 SS-U
WE WRECK 'EM . '
Parte for all cara. We tell for !
Gt our prieoa aa trailers. 8a)a Auto
Wrockiat Co 402 8. Cbareb atraet.
Fkooa 31S. Ia3tf
8CHEELER AUTO WRECKISO CO-! will
bay yonr old ear. Hitkett eaak ftriea
paid. 1085 S. O-amerelal ft. l)13tf
GOOD 8ERVICE FAIR PRICE, MED
LER LEBENGOOD GARAGE. Gsa
aral repairing, assoeeoriea,tiroa. Miliar
aad Soath CoaamareiaL Phono 564.
SEE US FOR TOP AND FAINT WOKJL
O. J. Hall Auto Top Paiat Shop.
Roar fire department. S-al6tf
LOGANBERRY PICKERS. GOOD YARD.
Phone 1F5 erenints, or 75F3 day.
HELP WANTED Mal 11
Sales Come Easily
Representatives Men-Women, aell Shoes,
HoHtrry direct to wearer. Factory prices.
Good earnings. Write today. Tanners
8hoo Mfs. Co., 1496-7 C Street, Boston.
HELP WANTED Ffe-mal 13
EARN MONEY spare time, home I ad
dressing;, mailing music, circulars. New
.York Publishers, Dept. F. 1369 Broad
way. New York; - 13J12
I LADIES PLEASANT SEWING AT
home, on your machine, everything
furnished, highest prices. Write for
particulars. Home Sewing System, 241
Fifth Ave N. Y. C. lfejlS
WANTED WOMEN TO MAKE MONEY
at home. Plain, home sewing. No ran
'vsssinc. To prevent curiosity seekers,
aend ten cent (coin) for samples and
particulars. Success Hewing System,
Boa 207 Long Branch, iN. J. 13J12
WANTED WOMEN TO MAKE MOSEY
at home. Plain home sewing. I No
canvassing. To prevent curiQSity seek
ers, send 10 cent (coin) for sample
and particulars. Success Sewing Sys
tem, Box 207 Long Branch, N. J. !
birtb, not money, win? May it not
be, after all, tbat Providence is no
fool? Forbes Magazine.
Our memory goes back, to the
time when people who were ex
pecting a baby often hoped it was
to be a girl, on the ground that
girls gare you so little trouble as
they grow. up. I
HANDLE NEW TERRITORY FOR TA1L-
orvd-to-Bieatur im aad verroats
sIli at f'23.50. Fall aad wiatr
linra rdy bow. Wrile Tko Style
Outer Tailoring Co.. 200 Anda-ntoa
Bl.ljr.. C'inrinnsti. O. l-Sjlg
AMAZING NEW WAY TO EARN . S60
a week ehowinr aw kind ( tylik
hoes. Write quirk for ral samples
Stylo-Arc'k Dpt. C-Sl. Cincinasti. O.
EARN S6i A WEEK EXTRA SELLING
beautiful amasint; shirt barcains. Ad
Ttsr rath communions. Outfit Froo.
"Write quick. Fakhion Wear Shirts.
Dept. C-57.' Cincinnati. O. 17jl2
SALESMEN A NATIONALLY ADVER
ti&ed quality clothinj formerly retail
iug eerjwhere from $35 to 50 now
sold ricluiirely direet-to-waarer at tha
phenomenal price 123.85. Guaranteed
fit-to-meastire. Pure Virjin Wool.
Prompt deliveries. Largest Commissioa
Ever Offered. Few Choiro openinca
, left. lept. J-12, 'Crane-Kent Clothes.
Inf.. Cineinnsti, Q. 17jl2
WANTED Employment 19
FOR GARDEN PLOWING,
diffiar ad taasa work.
i FOR RENT
LARGE STORE ROOM FOR RENT. IN
quire 197 8. Commercial 8t. - 21J14
TO LEASE BEST IirsiNESS LOCA
tioa. ia Salem. Sea B. W. Macy. 202
Gray Block. . 21j8tf
FOR RENT STOREROOM ON
atreet. Iaqnira Hotel Arfo.
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY TH"
wording- "For Boat," priea 10 aaata
aaeh.' Sutasman Baaiaaaa Offlca, aa
FOR RENT ApartmenU 23
AND 3-ROOM UNFURNISHED APT.
$H and $9 month. Kent Tirst week free.
Tel. 1066. 23jl2
FOR RENT 5 ROOM UNFURNISHED
apartment strictly . modern.', lnquiro
Kafoury Bros. 23jl5
ATTRACTIVE LARGE UNFURNISHED
apartment. 1311 Court. 23jl7
FOR RENT APARTMENTS S91 N.
SStf FOR RENT Rooms .25
BOARD AND ROOM CLOSE IN.
HOUSEKEEPING OR SLEEPING
rooms. 247 8. Chnrch. 25j24tf
FURNISHED ROOM RIGHT UPTOWN.
; Hov and Cold water, steam heat. 218
I X. Liberty. Over Darby'a Drag
I Store. 4 25J12
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE "14 BY T"
wording, "Room a to Rant,' prieo 10
eeata aaek. Statesman Baaiaaaa a f flea,
i ground floor. '
FURNISHED ROOM WITH BATH FOR
fentlemaa. 8tnctly anodera noma
our blocka from CapitoL Pkoaa 1894-J.
ROOM FOR RENT IN MODERN HOME,
three blocks from stata kouse. All
conveniences. Gentleman preferred
Pleats give refereneea aad address A.
B.. cara Statesman. 25j28tf
FOR RENT ROOM 8 CITABLE FOB
i student, witk sleeping porch privileges.
1 Everything modern, Roferencea ara ro
! quired. Addreaa room, cara Statesman.
FOR RENT House 27
i em. 1723 N
, Summer. '
for rent. Phono 314-W.
COTTAGE AT NEW PORT. ORE. IN
! quire at 565 N. Cottage St., Salem,
j TeL 1901-J. . . 27jl2
HOME FOR RENT DURING' 8EPTEM-
ner and October, address 2235 care
Statesmaa. - 27jl2
FOR RENT FOUR ROOM FURNISHED
Seven-Toom house. $40.00.
Seven-room modern house, $50.00. Wil
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cottage. 27j7ti
HOUSE- FOR RENT CLOSE IN. IN-
quire Hotel Argo. j 27j2tl
FOR RENT DWELL! 5 G AT 1052 Sag
inaw: $20 par month. Call at Stataa
an baaiaaaa offica, ar Beeke A Hen
T room good plastered house ia north
Salem; 2 blocka from street car. Frait
trees and gardea. $30.00 par asoath.
Ulriek aad Roberta. 122 No. Com'L
Phono 1354. - 2T114tf
WANTED MiaeellaneoiLS 85
for cask. Pkoao (11.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR USES
stove, tools, faraitara. Stiff's Used
Good Dept., eppotita can kouso.
CASH PAID FOR FALSS TEETH
dental gold, platrnam aad discardef
1 i . r , . n .
j jmmmirj. xiaae oaiiui an neiiuerj
1 Co, Otsere, Mieklgaa. I5j27
WINTrn seiviTi unviv wnar
!j farm loaaa. Wo htvo aevoral appUea
tioaa on kand. Hawkins Robert!
lee tOS Orefoo Bldf. 5dl4t
FOR SALE COMPLETE
outfit for largo man,
LANGE RANGES COMPLETE LINE
Peoples Furniture Store 271 N. Com
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. TEH
ta a bundla. CircnlatiM 4asarti
Oragoa 8iateaaaa. $7tf
SELL US YOUR USED FURNITURE
H. U Stiff Fnrnitara Co. Used Good!
Oppoaita eoart koaao. $7m22U
Trarpaa Kotleoa, ria 14x$ lackaa
rrlated on good 10 ounce caavasa kesr
r o word. "NoUeo la Hereby Oit
oa That Ttoapassiaf ia Strictly FarbiA
ae m ineaa rramisoa uader Paaalty
f Prssscotw." Prieo l&e aaeh r 1
SUtoasaa Pub. Co
FOR SALE RECLAIMED AUTO PARTS
ix mxi corn, oavoa oo, m au. Todo.
Ilea, trailer. Mlke'a Auto Wrock
Uoaaav 245 Coatar. Phoata $9$.
FOR SALE USED LUMBER. 14th AND
Ja. raono ibsz-w. . B7jly2$
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE "S BY $H"
aa feoatpt forma la hssk, IS aaata m
book or two tor 1$ eeata, States
man MItca. $1$ Saatk Comsorelal $t
FOR RALE Llrevtock 89
PUPPIES. CALL" AT "THE
12T V. High. St, Solas, Oregon.
TETERINARIAM BRt PATTZRSOn
Pkoao 202W. St. S. Bos 19. Sj2tt
FOR BALE Livefftork S9
FOR SALE FIRST CUIKS L1TTLF.
family row. Flake'a Petlaad farm. H.'
eifie Hichway. . ' S'.n
FRED W. LAKQE, TKTE&TkAIUlN-.
Offica 420 8. Oomaaraial. Fkaao livs
Kea. phoaa 16. 89mStd
WOOD FOR SALE 43
C.OOO GRUB OAK. tJ.O PER CORr.,
ob tha rronnd aa good road. l
McCoy, Jefferaoal. Ore, Route 1. 4Sjli"
JCDD 8AWS WOOD. PHONE 2 42al
BEST. GRADE. OP WOOD
4 ft. aad ! lack.
Dry ami 11
' eraaa mill
. Dry aeeoad grvotk fir.
Dry aad old fir.
. . . Dry 4 ft. ash aaapto aad oak.
FRED E.J WELLS.
Prompt dolivoiT aad roaaaaabla prUa
2Q Soath Ckarck. Pkoao 1442. aimo,
18 INCH OL FIR SECOND GROWTH '
ok aad aah. Pkoaa 1F. K. D. May
188 cord second grn4Vh fir wnnd, 10
. aailea out cWso to rmj and esy
to get oat of timWr. ba Lm N.
Childsf at 540 Ststo St. 41J1J
GOOD COAL DRY WOOU
BiLLMAN FUEL. CO.
PHoti ims 4H?a,
POULTRY AND EGGS d.
MARCH HATCHED WHITE LEGHORN
pullets from trapnested keaa with rec
orda from. 225 to 90 eggs. Writo or
phono Willis . Small. iadepeadenco.
Ore. ' . 4.'il4 '
MISCELLANEOUS r fit
SALEM FUEL TRANSFER CO, 752
Trad a St., Salem. Let na qiot you
a wood, coal aad traasfer. moving aad
dray a go. Day rphoaea 752 aad. is
Night phone 1646. t SljTif
PERSONAL j 55
NOTICE ATTRACTIVE YOUNG LADY
worth $2J.OOO will marry. Club, B-1022.
Wichita, Kansas. 55jl2
MARRY IF LONELY JOIN ''THE
Successful Correspond ence Club." Ke
liable: Descriptions free. Box 55!, Oak
land. California.,' 3Sjl2
Aidraaa Hiss Cs, PorUaad, Oragoa,
LEADING CLUB, LARGEST, MOST RE
liable for lonely people, confidential
descriptions free in plain sealed enve
lope. Thousands Wealthy memben. If
aincere write.. Established 10 years.
Mrs. Matthews, Box 26, Oakland, t'alif
MONEY TO LOAN 57
IF IN NEED OF A FARM LOAN THIS
fall to refinance your present indebted
ness, plan now for the new loan. Long
time loans on improved Willamette
valley farma at low interest rates
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
Realtor, LeaVis and Insurance
147 No. Com l.1.St., Salens, Ore.
MONT TO. LOAN ON CITY PROP
erty,' either baildrag til loaa plan or
private money. Farm loans witk In
aaranea company Boaey at i wit
eommisaion added. Ralph B. McCr4yt
Koa. aad 6. Etoevaa-Moore Bidg, Sa-
- U - I 7fl4tt
FEDERAL FARM LOANS, (ft PKt
ttr F. L. Wood. 341 Stata SU a7al
f FARM LOANS
i Long time, easy parpen ta, low latarest
eee or emmiaaiona
til ffray BIHg.. galem. Ore.
: WANTED LOANS . SO
WANTED PARTY TO FINANCE GOOU
automobile agency ia good city, t Ad
drea Hot 2776 csre Ststesmsn. 59112
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 01
RESTAURANT FOB 8ALE One of the
best psying restaurants ia town, own
er leaving tha- city, will sacrifice. Art
quick. See Child a A Bechtel. 54U
State Street. ljll f
. REAL ESTATE 03
YOUR CHANCE LARGE CORNER LOT
most desirable residence aectioa Boise
walking distance business section
levelled for bnilding all improvements
in and paid for clear title faces fam
ous 'Lemp Triangle." Gridley, Owv
kea Hotel, Boise, Idaho.' 6.1 jr.:
"room modern except furnace. 2 nice
lots, a barn, several large cherry and
other fruit trees. Berrie. For $3250.
$500 cash, remainder like rent. Can't
build the bonse -rfor price asked. John
if. Scott. 305 Orogoa Bldg. . 63jl2
9-room bouse and 8 lota arranged for 3
apartments. Price $6000. Will trade
for small farm about same value.
2 H acre with 6-room bouse, bsrn,
garage, chic coop, soma frait, close in,
a bargain for $2600.
Car to trade for lot.
40 seres well improved near Salem, will
trade for larger frm suitable for stock
THOMASON. 571 State Street.
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Bnilding aad farm loana
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""A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
Realtor,- Loo as and Insurance
147 Na. Com'L 8t, Salem, Orrgnn
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6 ROOM BUNGALOW
$2600 $500 Cask
S Vedrooma. full Cement base
ment, Dutch kitckca, as paved
street ' SEE
PARKER F O R PROPERTY
409 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
WEEK END SPECIAL HOUSE
4- rooor basse, $50.
5- rooa bosae, part mod era. $ft30.
4 room bousa, new. part modern. $ll.r.
3-room aad breakfast nook, basemeat,
fireplace. VUlt-ias. close ia. Sew. $2400.
41 rooma.- part asodens shade
tree, large corner lot. pavement, I
block from ear, good loeataea, splen
did valao, $3500.
7-raom mew strictly modern stone tone
bnagalow. closo ia. $8200.
Roaaoaablo terns sa aay af tka abeva
Osr largo farm list sever eoataiaed
bettor bargaiaa than if dees today. To
aell. buy or oxekaago, "aeo na.
Eatato Loaaa. 63jl7
SOCOLOF8KY, $41 Stata.