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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1925)
Classified Section - Saleni's Great Market Place
TRADE 20-ACRE - IAIKY RANCH
with stork rloea to Tillamook City
Waal ham 1m Helen, torn cuh.
-P. L. WOOD, 341 State gt.
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FOB BESiT 8KVEN-ROO.1I
- bungalow; $35. .
F. L. AVOOD. 341 State St.
OOOD VALUES! 1 1
2 room house located .t 1701 ?f. Cot
tan 8L; corner M, East treat. Prire
o50 Ira auiek lilt,
320 buy good aew 5 room nantalow,
located at 188S Fairgreands road.
J-arr Jot, vaeaat now, iHMsesttoa at
147 K. Com'L . 1'hone 217.
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CLOSE IN LOCATION FOB A COURT
coaiing out on two streets, ia worth
or tieio and moaay. Do cut pass
thia p Without looking into it. 6 -room
-bona, insula. 33t0. Large tract
199165 inaida. (13,000.
- Wo- Loaa Mf-
' We writs lira insurance.
OEKTRUIXJE J. U. PAOE,
493 N. Cottage. 63n28tf
BEST BUILDING SITE IN SALEM
Located a Facine Highway, and Mill
Creek, large lot. Trees. Priced right.
Terauaal IttMl Lobby, I'hona 69. -
TRADE FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW FDR
astall farm; -SO .to 40 acres. P. L.
Wood. S41 State St. " 3a29
FOR SALE OR TRADE SIX ACRES OF
laad titeated ea pared road, 1 Vs mil
from SilTerton. . New modern bunga
low, garage, bar, water ayatem aad
43100 greea hooae. All aew with
hot water beat, planteoSia chrysanthe
staflu. Will sail at big sacrifice, ac
reeat of sickness. See or write Geo.
Yrtur, SUvertoa. Ore 63d2
TWENTY ACRES AND PLENTY
Free book, tells truth about Florida
land; monthly, payment SI acre;
Orange grovee planted cared for 10
a bote coat. S. fc. Wilson, Dept. 0-452
Orlando, Fla. - 63b29
500 CASH DOWN J
Boys a cosy 5 room bungalow on paved
afreet aear Center St. Price 92300.
acludlag the furniture. See Child
t BechteL 540 State Street. 63a2atf
- WATCHINO FLORIDA
F.spert appraisal anywhere ia Florida
Seed foil legal descriptioe aad (5.00.
K. V. Martsolf Co.. Miami Beach.
Real Estate"1 appraisers for 16
year. . S-is, ..., ..... 63n29
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!j A Headricka. 19 X. High Street, Heilig
DOCBLE LOTS NORTH 50192 FOB
. S 50. terma. Protected district. Three
" left. Berke Hendricks. 189 N. High
Street, Heilig Bldg. 63nl8tf
BEST BUYS ft EXCHANGES ,
4 rooms aad nook, aew strictly modern.
itj t street, 37au, terms.
5 rooms, modern, new, a aplendid home.
lass Saginaw, street, garage, lino
leums, shades, winter's wood ia base'
meat. 4400, terms.
8 rooms, modern, double garage, shade.
fine loratiea, 84500 want I'ortland of
equal value. .
IMM buys grocery and lease on
building and residence.
30 acres fine nut or berry land, will
take residence to $2000 as part pay
ment or an improved land along the
, SOCOLOFSKY. 341 State.
61 -acre dairy farm in Turner, Annas
.'rille District $6,500.00.
305-are s:ock aad dairy farm ia Asms
ville District. 816.800.00.... ,
lM-acre Polk county partly improved;
129 acres river bottom. A rare buy at
,: A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
'-'Realtor. Loan and Insurance.
17, No. Commercial St.' Salem, Ore.
, ' 63n29tf
OWNER OF A RESIDENCE PROPERTY
in'. Spokane wanta to trade for from
- 3 to 20 acrea close to Salem. Submit
proposition. ' i
, A. C. B0HRN8TEDT
Realtor, -Loans aad Insurance.
.147 No. Com'l. St. Salem, Ore:
PINP VALUE MODERN 5 ROOM
rl4 cottage and two east front Iota,
each 50135 at D aad 22d streets; co
mae t basement; tots high and well
drained: chicken - house. Lot will
divide into a of ample sise, owe facing
pavement en D aad 2 facing 22d street.
All for $4000; easy terma, er will take
lest and keep extra lota.
I OflB Five-room bungalow with fire-
IdVrvrjlv pca Bnd modern conven
iences, ' also dandy little plastered - 3
room house with toilet, city weter aad
electricity; ground 92144; veil lo
cated: all for $3200. Larger rents
bow for $30 aad smaller tor $16.0O.
, Stoves, beds, etc., included. Buyer
eeald oeenpy ene and rent the other;
very praetkaL '
THE FOREOOING ARE SPLENDID
veluee ead in order to secure the best
'service two-thirds commission will be
paid to any licensed broker making
Mesonie Temple Phoaja 795, 19 42-J
7 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. MODERN
conveniences, in first class condition,
4 fSrsget, ia business district, $6000.
6-room bungslow, 3 garagea. new roof
aad paint, near State Capitol $3000.
3 good building lots, well located
$850.00. . . .
Several - new houses in excellent loca
tiena almect eentnleiMl from 9450O to
'$0500,, two of them have wonderful I
. W W Will.,, U'.IVM.
'WINNIE rKTTXJUHN, Realtor. ?
310 airego BlUg. .'X, - OJU.ytl
S-ROOM COTTAGE, $1800; $300 DOWN,
-a-rooos eottsge, $1700; $300 down,
'monthly peymente oa the .balance.
sew modern 5-room bungalow, all com
plete paced "treet. . Near ear and
school, stucee finish, east front, $4500;
l.hare $850. $1000 and $1000 to Loan
"en good security.
, See J. A. MILLS, 331 U State St.
. - 63d3
c ;;-r-.' , REAL VALUES I I I
i Good 8 room house, best of location,
I corner lot. paved street. Price $3750.
i i For a quick sale. .
New, strictly modem 5-room bungalow
and garage, ea Marion St. Price $4500.
$1000 eesh. .
9 room plastered house, dote in, geed
rooming house propositioa. Price
$2500. M cash.
WE WUrTE FIRE INSURANCE 11
V.'.- KRCEGER, Realtor,
' - 147 N. Com'l.
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ROOMS MODEBN 83200 QARAQE,
fireplace, paved. X. E. Salem. Terms.
Beeke 4 Headrieka, Heilig Jildg, 189
. High Street. 3a23tf
128- ACRE FARM: 70 ACRES FISR
farm laad near town, $ 5,000, terms.
10 acres close ia, good bldga 84500.
very easy terms.
u ewkivatUa, good
bidga. Near town, 4eOO.
2i.T tow a. good bldga fralt
--Only 14500, easy terma.
5 acre close In, good bldgi fruit;
2800. easy 'arms.
See as before baying.
PERRINB ft MARSTERS
tlJ Com. Clab Bldg. 63al7tf
RALE LIKE RENT 5-ROOMS NORTH.
rge garden, fruit, vacant today. See
at 1703 Broadway. Berke ft Headricka
189 N. High Street. Heilig Bldg.
NEW roCKROOMED HOME FOR
81,600.00 with payment of $100.00 aad
balance at $15.00 per month, includ
Terminal Hotel Lobby. Phone 696.
NEW 4 ROOM BUNGALOW WITH 2
lota $1700, $200 down. Balance easy
payments. Brown, gad Johnson, 109
South Commercial C3d2
2 -room bouse and X lota, $1000, with
$250 down '
6-room house, 3 fine Iota. $2500. Terma.
40 acres well improved near Salem,
will trade for larger farm.
Nice lot, S. Salem, $275. with $50
Beet buy close to Salem, 2'i acres,
with new house, $2100,- terma.
THOMASON, 831 Stato Street,
LARGE HOME NOW $11.000 9 ROOM
strictly modern home with hot water
heat eta. On beautiful quarter: block
close to busiaeaa and schools. THIS
Id aux. Becke ft Headricka, 189 K.
High street, HeUig Bldg. 63a28tf
WHY NOT A HOME IN SALEM WITH
fruit, garden, berries, poultry, acow
aad room for the kids tv play I 7-room
plastered house, fireplace, basement.
Data, etc. Six large lots, bam, garage,
poultry house, $300. House, garage
aad poahry house with 3 lots, $3200.
Terma. Owner 849 Rural avenue.
MAKE AN OFFER FURNISHED HOME
rooma. Plastered, bath etc. Large
lot with fruit and flowers. On car,
near schools. See 1831 Fairgrounds
Road. Beeke ft Hendricks, 189 N.
High street, Heilig Bldg. 63a28tf
SOME WORKINUMAN LARGE COR
ner We Plastered home. Fruit and
Garden. Garage. $2750 and terms.
See 1703 Broadway. Vacant Novem
ber 20. Beeke ft Hendricks, 189 N.
High Street. Heilig Bldg. 63nl8tf
'A. C. Bohrnstedt
Specialise ia Oregoa farina, Salem
bomee and write Insurance. 147 No.
Commercial Street. Phone 577. 63a8tf
$275 CASH TALKS
A fine corner lot. not far o'f State,
that is well worth $600. Will sell
for cash. $275. If you want act quick.
Don't phone, but See Childs ft Bechtel,
540 State Street. 63n28tf
CLOSE IN APARTMENT HOUSE, AL
ways full, paying better than 18
on price asked.
Terminal Hotel Lobby. Phone 69S.
NEW FOUR-ROOM '
House, just finished, full basement, fur
nace, stationary tabs, psving ordered.
$300 rash, balance like rent.
FOUR ROOMS AND GARAGE
Lights, - water, paving paid. Price
$1600.- $500 cash. Balance $15 per
month. : .
Honse and four lots. Price $2500.00,
$500 down. Easy terms on balance.
WILL TRADE HOUSE
In Albany, semi-modern, for stock of
groeeriea in Salem. Price $1500. What
have you to trade f
GROCERY STORE .
In Salem doing good business. About
$1300 stock, lease including living
rooms just the place for a young man
to get a stsrt.
WHAT HAVE Y0U!f 1
T sell or trade! If you have not
the time to come to our office, call us
by phone and we will call on you I '
C. M. ROBERTS,
17 V Com'L "Room 1.. Phone 217.
, . 63n29
STATE STREET SNAP
Real coir cottage. 5 rooms, bath.
liehta. basement, completely furnished.
with two fine large lots, ten bearing
fruit trees, lawn, shrubbery, garage.
Pri 84600. Terms, located at 1620
State SL Childa & Bechtel. 540 State
nvr. rv the VERY BEST VALUES I
.... for a lone time ia a 5-Roon"
Bungalow. Near ear, school, east front.
Desirable. $2600 terma. See e early
t. ik. -k nleaaa. Wm. Fleming. 341
w-s. Rt ' 03n22tf
' Pringle ;
-Mr. and Mrs. Colburn, Sr., en
tortained Thanksgiving day. The
occasion was a family reunion.
Mr. Propat Is home with his
famllv for a season. The Propsts
are Dapering their house.
f Ardys .Stewart is home for the
week end. He has been working
at Vernonla in the mill.
Mm. Vera Coburn sold some
I n.va An tka Thankael vine
Ernest Clark, new patrolman.
is-endeavoring to keep roads pas
Mrs. Stewart Is making kraut
for family use. A - -
Miss Helen Cammack and .her
young peoples' class met Friday
evening at Pringle to attend to
Frank Clark has a few hogs
j A" HAZARDS OF
,ed fey t
THE GHASTLY GHOST
I JOSHED lb rrl
ROOM, ANU A5. i.
1D SO.I CAU6H1
SKSV4T Or A HOR-RlBlc
MASTtLV ! ttESCENDlNG-
AT The EMD OF THS.
V4ALL ; '
Real Eatate ;
Real Estate Farms 87
45-ACRE FARM 2 . MILES TOWN. 5-
room house, bans, silo, real dairy er
pooltry ranch, oaly $3750, your term.
35-aere dairy er poultry reach Im
proved, $2,300, terma or cay prop
erty. Salem residence for close ia
ranch, or anywhere. Clear Washing
ton land for equity in valley farm.
BARBER, 200 Oray Bldg.
SELECT YOURS NOW
SUBURBAN ACREAGE AND LOTS
ON TERMS YOU CAN HANDLE
$200 Lou ia the Kay Addition. $25
dowa, b&l. $10 per month.
$550 Let 50137 ea .V 17th St. pave
ment paid,, terms.
$800 Trerta containing nearly one half
acre oa the main highway, north,
terms $25 down, balance $10 per
moath. CITY WATER.
$900 Tract containing nine tenths of
aa acre located Booth aear car
line, $80 dowa, balance $10 per
$600 Block 200 feet square located
South oa Hansen Ave. $50 down
$10 per mo.
$500 Large lot 5O.'.220 feet best of
garden soli, located oa paved road
Juat out aide of City Limlta, $Zi
down, balanae $10 per month.
CITY WATER AND ELEClUlC
$500 Two lota one fronts en paved
street aad car line. $10 dowa,
$10 per month.
$500 Largo lot, located oa Rural Ave
nue just west 'of Commerjial frt.
$25 down, bsL $10 per month,
WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE.
W. H. GRABENHOR6T ft CO.,
275 State SL Phone 915
Real Estate Suburban 80
TWO ACRES FINE BUILDINGS OX
Highway outside Salem, $6300.
BECKE- ft HENDRICKS
189 N. High St.. Heilig Bldg. 69al4tf
NO BETTER OFFERINGS
On North Capitol, new bungalow hav
ing all conveniences. Pricea on houses
we have in this location, run from
$3250 to $4500. with rash payments
as low as $200 down and monthly pay
ment $35 to $45.
See B. F. STIFFLER.
1962 N. Cspitol. Phone 2408
Real Estate Trades 85
HOUSE AND LOT CLOSE IN MODERN
to trade for small acreage close in with
or without improvements. Phone 77K4.
1ST. HOUSE AND I. A. IN WOODBURN
for stock and machinery (with a farm
lease tt possible). 2nd. A 40-aere un
proved close in for a large orchard on
crop payments for the balance. 3d.
What hare you to offer in a small su
burban or Salem house for a 55 to CO
per cent equity ia a medium sised farm.
well located near Salem. See The
Kerning Realty Co., 341 State St.
TRADES A FINE SMOOTH NORTON
county, Kansas, quarter worth $8000
for a farm here in the valley; a splen
did 8 room honse in close on large lot
and worth $4500 for a smalt tract
improved and ctoae; 6-room house and
3 good lots worth $2500 for smaller
house; good 7-room house and 2 good
lota worth $4000 to trade for small
tract near town; $1500 income 10fe
property to trade for Salem heme up
to $10,000; a high powered improved
36-acre farm close for a good ranch ;
I'ortland residence worth $5000 for Sa
lem home; 320 clear Montana acres and
8 clear lots in Spokane worth $8000
all and will trade for valley farm and
pay difference up to $4000.
209 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 140
Eiker Auto Co.
We pay cash for Fords. T7a
Used Cars for Sale 70
PACKARD HUDSON ESSEX
Some people are skeptical about buying
a used car. . Did. you ever stop to con
sider thet every car you' see ou the
street. Is a USED CAR!
WE LI8T FOR TODAY
1925 Fordi Coupe, bslloon tires $430.00
1923 Ford Coupe . 290.00
1922 Jewett Touring 550.00
1920 Boiek Touring 385.00
1921 Hudson Touring 645.00
Late model Essex Caborlet 650.00
We also have several more good buys,
priced $75.00 and up.
A used car is no better than the firm
you buy from. .
FRED M. POWELL MOTOR CARS .
PACKARD HUDSON ESSEX
GOOD USED PARTS FOR HALF OR
leaa. '-Why pay moral Money back
guarantee. Scheelar Ante Wrecking
Co. Look for the orange front. Day
phone 819. KIght phone 603. 10S5
N. Commercial fit. "Built to save
money.' ' 79jl3tf
PETTYJOHN'S RED TAG SALE
GOES MERRILY ON
1923 Star Touring .....
1925 Star Touring
1924 Overland Touring ........
1924 Overland Blue Bird
1923 Ford Tearing
1920 Velie Touring ...
1923 .Chevrolet Touring
Late Model Hudson Speedster,
all dolled up
1924 Old smo tile Sport Tour
1925 Oldsmobile Coach .
- ' ' Srtr Overland Six Coach
run only a few hundred
hi ties, lots of aereasories '
(At a Bargain.)
Ford foupe 200.00
We also have many more for you ta
select' from. Come in end look them
over. . Cash, Trade or Terms.
FY W. PETTYJOHN CO.
365 N. Commercial St. Phone 1260..
(All righto protected
f yni i AM
-Tl I S HIS
-THE ,REAT .
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Used Cars for Sale 79
USED OODOE TOURING CAR FOR .
aaia rftnusibU In ffnjut nnditirta
Call at 507 Si. 20th St. to see it. 7n29
1928 LICENSE FREE
WITH EACH CERTIFIED
1923 Snperior Model Chev.
1923 Ford Coupe with $150
1924 Willys Knight Touring,
driven only 14,000 miles $885
1923 Marwell Coupe, new
paint . .. $665
1923 Maxwell Sport
Tour. .. 7663
1934 Dodge Touring,
See Our Fine Stock of
Reconditioned Car Before Buying.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC MOTOR CAR
V, Block N. ef Post Office. 79n21tf
HERE YOU ARE A 1923 FORD ROAD-
ster for sale for less than the price
of accessories. See or call Biddy
Bikhop. Fred M. Powell Motor ears.
TWO K ON -STARTER TOURING FORDS
with license. $45 aad $55. Too much
service la these cars to wreck. Both
in good running condition.
EIKF.R AUTO CO.
Phone 121 79j31tt
EIKER'S USED CARS
1924 Touring 4345
1924 Coupe ; $435
Ford eeden $350
Our usual guarantee behind ell ears.
EIKER AUTO CO.
Liberty Street at Ferry. Phone 121.
Large Assortment to Choose From.
Result Satisfied Ford Customer.
Valley Motor Co.
Authorized Ford Dealer.
Phone 1995. 260 No. High.
MAKING FRIENDS IT HAS BEEN
said that the only way to make real
money in the used car business is to
sell them "as is." That may be a
good way to make money for a short
time. but it is not a good way to
make friends. We figure that if we
get the friends, the profit will take care
of itself. Bonesteele Motor Co., used
. cars under the big tent at Center and
Commercial streets, Salem, Oregon.
Dodge touring car, new fiuisli, good
tires, good mechanical condition $375.
To see it is to buy it. 79n29
Used Car Buys
You Cannot Turn Down
COME IN AND SEE THEM FOR
1924 Gardner touring.
1924 Jewett touring.
1926 Chevrolet touring.
Brand new,' lots extras.
1922 Gardner, fine shape.
1920 Studebaker big six.
1920 Chevrolet touring.
1921 Baby Overland sedan.
Terms to Suit.
Burdette & Albee
Motor Car. Co., 217 State, Telephone
It's a wonder high prices don't
come down once in a while to get
on speaking terms with the coun
try they were raised in. Atlanta
No. 1 wheat, white $1.45
Ne. I red, sacked 1.39
White oata .40
Gray oats . .42
Barley . ; .80
PORK, -MUTTON AMD BEEF
Top hog 11
Sows . 89
Dressed hogs. . .,, .15
Top steers .05 .06
Bulls : 8 3
Spring lambs, 80 lbs. and under .11
Heavier . .9. 10
Dressed veal .1$
Heavy hene .
Turkey . 40
Live ducks .... . isia
Dressed ducks .24
Live geese . .16
Dressed geese - -.22
008, BUTTER AND BUTTERAT
Butterfat ; , .5
Creemery batter - 57-58
Eggs - -36
Standards , .46
Mk. nee ewt. 40t. -.- 9 e
by The George Matbews Adams Service Trade Mark Registered
HAVE READ IN THE PAPEf?
rAV: AGO OF PAY WIFE'S
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QT WAS A FRIGHT
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Of Reliable Business
GOLDEN AMBULANCE PHONES 609
ana 883-K Pay or night serMce. fUtf
F. N WOODRY
Salem's Leading Expert Livestock, Fur
niture and Keal i.tate Auctioneer and
Res. aud Store. 1C10 N. Summer Street.
Phone 511 For Sale Date
Established Since 1916 6tf
H. F. WOODRY ft SON
Expert Livestock, Furniture. Real Es
tate, and Merchandise Auctioneers. 18
years' experience. Satisfaction Guar
anteed. Office 271 N. Com'l Tel. 75.
Kes. 996 S. Commercial, Tel. 1843-W
for sale d!tes.
0. ED. ROSS, ACCOUNTANT AND Aud
itor, 331ft State. Thoae 2098-R.
BATTEKT AND ELECTRICIANS
R. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES,
starter and generator work; 171 South
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN COLUMBIA Bi
cycle and repairing, 887 Court.
BRAKE RE LINING
MIKE PANEK 275 SOUTH COMMER
cial St. Phone 102. jdtf
L. L. DICK L. M. HUM
Chinese Medicine Company
Help any known disease. 42U-426 State.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PSC CHIROPRACTOR
U56 N. High. Phone 828 R or 87.
H. B. SCOF1ELD, PALMER CHIROPRAC
tor. 38 Oregon Bldg. Phone 2194. m5tf
MRS. C. E. MILLER. HEMSTITCHING,
stamping, buttons. Room 10, over Mil
lar's Store. Phone 117.
SALEM ELECTRIC CO,
building. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Co., Phone 1934, 222 N. Liberty.
FLEENER ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE
wiring by hour or contract. Estimate
furnished. Phone 9fs0 171 Court St.
IK YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper send 15c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem, Oregon, lor a three
months' trial subscription. Mention
POULTRYMKN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months'
trial for the best and oldest Journal in
the west. The. articles and advertise
ments are of special . interest to the
poultry breeders of the Nor.hwest
Northwest Poultry Journal, 211 Com
mercial street. Salem. Oregon.
FOR SALE FIRST AND SECOND Mort
gages, Trust Deeds, Contract on houses
Will net o4, to 30.
BKCKE k HKNDRICKS
Heilig tiidg., 189 N. High St. !
FARM LOANS PLENTY OF MONEY TO
loan ou good farm security.
CITY LOANS We are loaning Pru
dential Iusurance Company money on
city residence and buiiiness property,
at S',(, plus a commission. Hawkins
ft Roberts, lac, 205 Oregon Building.
CUT : FLOWERS, FLORAL DESIGNS.
Select dshlias while in bloom. Ben
nett N'ursrry Co., Fsirga-ound Road.
Tel. 128C. sl5, '26
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS,
funeral wreaths, decorations. C. F.
Breithaupt, florist, 133 N. Liberty.
a ii . r i I i i
Your home or car now
BKCKE ft HENDRICKS
Heilig Bldg.. 189 N. High St, jt-tf
' li M ' I ! 'I
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY 203 S.
High street. Phone 25, oldest, larg
est and best. Established 1889.
TRY THE HOME
dry. Phone 171,
WET WARM LA UN
135C B Street jl"tf
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY Phone 165.
Service with a smile. Qual-ty work.
1264 Broadway, j!4tf
D.-H. MOSHER TAILOR FOR MEN
and women. 474 Court St.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED BY' THE
Capitol City Bedding Co., 1190 North
Capitol. Called for' and delivered. All
work guaranteed Phone 19. f!9tf
Phone 51 7-W.
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
graphs, sewing machines, sheet mus'e,
and piano studies, .iepairinp phono
graphs and sewing machines. 432 State
Rtreet. Sslcm. ' :
SO SHE DID - BUT UNDER. THE
ASTOUNDING ORCUrA STANCE IMAG
INABLE, - I HAVE NOT CALLED IN THE
POLICE BECAUSE THERE
HER DEAR NAME i.
and Professional Firma Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor of Brunswick. II. L. Stiff Fur
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THE OKEOOX STATESMAN, 50 CENTS
per month delivered to yottr home early
each p.ormnr. Tel. '23 or 53.
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pesrcy Bnn, 178 8 Commercial.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
GEORGE R. VEHRS, M. D.
Physician nad Surgewn. IHseades ef
wouien, obstetrics, surgery. 411-412
U. S. Bank Bldg., Salem. Office tele
phone til3; residence telephone 175.
PACKING AND SHIPPING
FOR EXPERT FURNITURE PACKING
and shipping, call Stiff a Furniture
'.ore. Phone 941.
PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper banging, tinting, etc.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Piano
ttine.r. Leave orders Will's Mnsic More
FOR STATIONARY. CARDS. PA1IPH
lets, programs, book or any kind of
f Tinting. Call at the Statesman Print
ng Department, 215 S. Commercial.
PLUMBLNO AND GENERAL REPAIR
work, timber Bros., 141 Libert? St.
Phone 550. fmtf
SPL1TDORF RADIO. SALES AND
No better radio made st any price
nigh and Trade
SALEM ELECTR10 CO.
T. 8. BARTON, Proprietor
Masoaie Tempi Phone 1200
For Every Purpose cry Puna
All Standard Sise
of Radio Tubes
HAL1K ft EOFF ELECTRIC SHOP
337 Court St Phone 48M
BE Ali ESTATE
IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY TO SELL
or if you ere booking for a home, farm
or business property, see us.
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189 X. High St.. Heilig Bldg. j8lf
N. Com'l St
ALVIN B. STEWART
847 Court St.
UMBRELLAS, CUTLERY AND KEYS
Lawnmowers, raior blades, scissors,
knives and tools sharpened
CITY GARBAGE CO.. REMOVES ALL
kinds trash and garbage by the job
or month, reasonable rates. Office
phone 35. 157 S. Commercial, res.
FOR GOOD SCAVENGER SERVICE Call
167, Salem Scavenger, Cummins and
SECOND HAND GOODS
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
ing and shoes. Best prices paid. Cap
ital Exchange. 342 North Commercial.
Phone 1368-W. ,
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 yean' experience. Depot National
fence, size 20 to 58 in. high. Paints,
oils and varnishes, etc., loganberry and
hop hook. Kalem Fence and Stove
Work 250 tVirt street. Phone 124.
TRANSFER AND HAULINO
TRANSFER AND HAULING OF ALL
kinds. I'hone 19F3.
WE MOVE STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
hold goods'. Onr specialty is piano and
furniture moving. We also make coun
try trips. We handle the best real and
wood.' Cair on us for prices. We give
good -measure,' good quality and good
service. Larmer Transfer Co. Phone 930.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St. Phone 933. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty. Get
nor rs'es. -
SALEM WATER LIGHT ft POWER CO.
Office 304 South Commercial St. Ten
per cent discount on domestic flat
rates paid In advance. No deduction
for absence or any ranse unless wster
i ahtroffywnr premises. -
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ANNOUNCING IMPORTANT CHANGES
Salem to McMtnuville Time Schedule
Effective Sept. 15, 1S25.
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CHANGES IN THE SALEM-DALLAS
Leaving Salem for Dallas: 7. 9, 11:25
a. ui., 2:10. 5:15 p. -m.
Leaving Dallas for Salem: 8, 9:"0
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ADELE GARRISON'S NEW PHASE
' - OF -
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
Newspaper Feature Service. Ia.
Copyright, 1928. by
WHY MADGE TOOK A DOmLE
DOSE OF SEDATIVE
The front windows of our
apartment are so situated that by
leaning out once can command a
view of both sides of the. street
for many yaras. Only two or
three seconds had elapsed be
tween Dicky's departing bang of
the front door dnd my half In
voluntary rush to the - window.
There was no possible chance of
his getting out of sight in that
time if he had walked directly up
or down the street as in his dally
custom, but in neither direction
could I see him. I was forced to
the conclusion that either he had
pone into one of the small shops
near the door-cheap places which
could hold no possible purchasing
lure for his fastidious tastes-or
that he still was standing in the
small entrance hall of the apart
ment, waiting for what?
Madge Is Suspicious.
Civilization is the thinnest ve
neer possible. I was forced to
that conclusion when I found my
self at the upper ha!l door, my
hand on the knob ready to rush
down the stairs and confirm my
suspicions- in primitive fashion.
I gave a little shudder at the read
iness with which all my tenets of
ethical conduct and gooi breeding
had vanished at Dicky's queer con
duct, and, returning to the living
room, sat down, and forced myself
back to sanity and the renewed
resolution to reserve judgment
upon my temperamental husband
until something more definite
than the odd, coincidences of the
last 24 hours came under, my ob
But while I was able to control
my jealous anger, all the more
consuming because I bad but
vague ideads of the cause for it.
I could not restore my nerves to
steadiness. All the zest was gone
ffom my plans for the dinner with
which I had meant to welcome
Lillian. 1 wished. Wearily, that I
had disregarded Edwin Braith
waite's delicate digestion, his
wife's care of him. and Lillian's
liking for home cooking, and per
mitted Dicky to take them all to
a restaurant, I could have p'ead
ed a headache and remained at
home. Indeed, i felt forebodingly
that I would not have needed to
plead an untruth. My temples
were giving me all the prelimin
ary symptoms of a severe nervous
A New Discovery.
I always have avoided drugs for
headaches: but this was a real
emergency. After . combatint
Dicky's wishes anr maneuvering
him into compliance with my plan
for dinner at home. , I simply
could not fall down on. the propo-'
By ED WHEELAN
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sitlon. I went into the bathroom
took down a bottle of pellets gen
erally recommended for headaches
and swallowed two bt them, the
dose usually - prescribed for ex
treme pain. .Then I went into
the bedroom and lay down, trying
to relax for the few minutes in
terval I had calculated could be
devoted to getting myself togeth
er. With great relief I felt tho
throbbing leave my temples and
a grateful drowsiness steal over
me. I remembered my uncanny
ability to awaken at any minute
I wished, and looking at my wrist
watch, J fixed upon fifteen min
utes as the length of my nap and
drifted off into slumber.
The double dose of sedative was
too powerful for my ' will power,
however, and ! did not know how
long I would have slept if I had
not heard the screech and clang
of fire apparatus racing along the
street. I Jumped up nervously,
rushed to the window, saw that
they were ' already far down the
street, and assured that . there
was no danger near, looked at my
watch, finding that I had slept a
half hour instead of the quarter I
had alloted myself.
With a hasty re-furbishing of
my toilet, I sat down and made
out a methodical list of the extra
dishes and silver I would heed for
the dinner, for the resources of
the apartment were the usual
ones given "light housekeeping.
and I had not brought any of our
solid silver with us for tear of
thieves. I meant to get the extra
things I needed at the nearest
five and ten-cent store, and even
through my depression my lips
curved In a mischievous grin as I
visioned Harriet Bralthwaite's fas
tidious face when she should aeo
I checked my list carefully, then
went into the kitchen to be sure
that I had omitted no item neces
sary for the dinner, as I had no
time to make a separate trip to
the shops. 1 was almost ready to
leave when I caught a glimpse of
something white beneath the
kitchen table, and picking it up.
saw it was one of Dicky's handker
chiefs, freshly ironed, and folded
in a fashion which his laundry
never used. .
(TO LB. CONTINUED)
English Consider Women for
Ministry to Meet Situation
LONDON "Her Grace, the
Archbishop of Canterbury," may
be known by the present genera
tion of children in England.
So evidently is the lack of can
didates for the ministry in th
Church of England that authori
ties are being forced to -consider
the problem of admitting women
to the Holy orders. ...
Several leading churchmen have
warned that the . day of women
preachers is - in , sight, : This - re
straint on feminine euality will be
removed in the 'next generation,
they said, unless there ia a revival
of religious interest in the coun
try. '' -
The. church has. been restricted
by the scarcity of ministers dur
ing the last 30 years and the situa
tion now is acute, the Bishop pf
Canterbury told, the, church con
Rev. II. M. M. Watkina, curatd
f the fashionable church of St.
Suare. has written1 In a parish
magazine -that it now is a neces
iity that the church move In pro
gress with ; national life and al
low the womea to, minister in tue
Church of England.
In the congregations anil law
church! offices, women already
out-number men and at 1 church
conferences the bulk of delegates
Seek American Movie Stars
to Bolster British; Trade
LONDON. English moving pic
ture producers are attempting to
?aln a .piace in the movie sun with
he aid" of .American experience,
tirectors and actors. The produc
ers here are about ready to admit
hat British films" cannot success- ;
ully compete with American pro
ductions pHncipally because Eng
and lacks ; movie na mes'.
Arrangements have been made
o bring 'some of America's fore
nost p'rbducers to England to pro
aoe tome of tbe great j English
lassies ln the natural ' sarround
ngs of the stories. In most case
he- lea,ds will be taken bf Ameri
an stars. I These productions, the
oackera hope, will 1e able to meet
.he American films on an equal
basis and at least open m market
for British films in the Dominions
and European ; countries'. !
:r A shortage of money for large
productions also has contribute!
greatly to the mediocrity of Brit
ish pictures which will not have to
L.n .1 t . 1 . , , .
tions, it is said. - : - .
PETAIX ADDS ANOTHER TITL13
l PARIS The new curator of the
Conde Museum 1 of Chantilly, an
office carrying an income of 4.000
francs,- Is Henri Philippe; Benoni
Omen Joseph Petain, Marshal , of
Prance, vice-president of, the Su
perior War Council' (and a Commander-in-Chief,
of .French forces
in lime of.war), the Savior of
Verdua and ; probable f conqueror
ot Abd-el-Krlm. ' . I !i