The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 18, 1927, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEir; OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY' I8y 1027
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Union Roster
BOO CARRIXR8 AHD BUILDING LA-
borera J-eal We. Ml. aseets wotL,
J p. an. CU 178 far
jAPITOL TTPOGRAPHICAL CNION
. Mo. 21 rreataeat, u r. a,vana; see-
mad Saitardar. :0ft as.
CARPENTERS' CMIOH HO. 106S
MmU Thar, sing. BtrtM Hal,
President; Win. Pettit, secretary,
killed mechanics furnished. Phone 179.
SALEM CNION LABEL LKAGOR
jX at Labor Hail oa eall or preei
V P- W. Sears, secretary Box
Salem. Ore. , - -
Lodge Roster
JCNIGHTB OF PTTHIA8 1CERT8 AT
MeCorasck Bait, over Miller's Store,
every Setsrdsy evening. T. J. Too a,
C C-; H R. Bark. K. of R. 8. TaL
1B19-W.
FRATERNAL ORDER OP EAGLES BHtt
every Wednesday, Fraternity Ball, 8.
M. Wlllett. Bee'y. TeL S89-R.
t I MXMXXLt JLJkJ M. XX M. Jul
H DIRECTORY
V BtUKI 4k USBUUKB
189 8. High. TaL 169.
LEE W. BELL
318-820 CS Nat'l Bank Bid. Tel. 559
BOHRN8TEDT PAYNE
147 Hor C'ommereiaL Telephone 677
P. W. GEI8EB
441 Coart. Telephone 3318.
W. G. KKUEOEK
147 N. Oem'l. Bdj. 1. TaL 317.
JOHN W. ORR
New BUgh Bldg. TaL I486.
GERTRUDE f. M. PAGE
493 N. Cottage. TaL 1186.
TRIANGLE REALTY CO.
421 Court St. TaL 661.
TJLRICH ROBERTS
123 H. CommereiaL TaL 1864.
VICTOR 8CHN EIDER, Realtor.
147 N. Coat'L Phone 677.
SQUARE DEAL REALTY
TJ. 8. Nat'l Bank Bldg. TaL 470.
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Published every moraine; (except Hon
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mns most be kept free from anything
of a questionable nature. It isrepre ken
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suatioa shoving any questionable in
tent on the part, ef he advertiser
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or the Salens Ad. eleb.
Money to Loan
ON REAL ESTATE
T. K. PORD
(Over Ladd A Bash Bank)
AUCTIONEERS
2
F. N. Woodry
The Woodry everybody knows.
Cash paid for naed inrniture.
Boa. and store 1610 N. Summer 8t
Telephone 611
H. F. Woodry & Son
Richt down town. Cash paid fot
A used furniture. Store 371 N. Cont'l.
Phone 75 Agents for Lang Kangea
HALES' AUCTION MARKET, 354 PER
ry tftreet. Bale every csuruj, y.
m. Bring what yon have to aeU. j80
ACCOUNTANT
O. ED. ROSS. ACCOUNTANT AND Add
t iter. 8la State. Phono 309S-K.
I " aiT-'aa
I AUTO TOPS 5
IE! U8 TOR TOP AND PAINT WORK
i 0. J. Hall Acte Top aad Paint Phop.
I 367 8. CommereiaL . 6alU
BATTERY A ELECTRICIAN
u i .
S. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
t Starter and generator work; 303 South
f Hirh.
Pboo 198
0OURT ST.
t
JOE WILLIAMS
fLEENER ELECTRIC GO. HOUSE
wiring by hoar or contract. Estimates
Phono 980 171 Court St.
BICYCLES & REPAIRING S
VVTD E. RAMSDEN COLUMBIA BI
ryclea and repairing. 387 Court.
CHIROPRACTORS 15
CR. H. B. 8COPIELD, P. 8. C, 806
First National Bank Bldg.
tR. O. L. SCOTT, PSO CHIROPRACTOR
f 358 W. Bigh. Phene 838-R, or 87.
FLORISTS
16
.CUT FLOWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
I ; Funeral wreathe, deeoraUona. C P
I Breithaapt, fleriet. ' 613 Stnto St
I ! Phone 880.
MAGAZINES Fnrm Papers 17
IP YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper eend five 3 -cent stamps so
the Pacific Homestead, Saleaa. Oregon,
: for a throe months trial enbocr lotion.
r0ra.-tikLE FIRST AND SECOND Mart-
I ' Cage. Trust . Deeds. Contrasts oa
I hoasee Will net to 80.
i Bocka a Hendricks
THsilir Bldg, 189 N. High ft fl tf
JPOULTRYMEN SEND BIGHT TWO-
cent etamps for special three, months
Atrial for the beet sad oldest JewrnaJ
in the waat. The ariclea and adver
iaemeats sre of special iaterest to the
l Paltry breeders ef the Northwest-
Korthwaa Poairy JonraaL 311 8. Oom
tnorciaJ St Saleaa. Ore. . ' .
kRM LOANS PLENTY OP MONEY
rood farm security.
CITY LOANS We sre toaeing Pru
dential lasaraaeo Oompaay aeasy oa
?I .r2dao aad baaiaees arwporty.
Ploa s aommlaaio. Bawktaa
, Roberta, Isa. 306 Orsfas BsiMiag.
18
Insure
. Year home or ear
Phone 161
BECKE HENDRICKS
Bailig Bldf., 189 N. High 8.
1 tf
WANTED Employment 19
WANT LOGANBERRY T RAISING BY
eoatreet. Kt. 9, Boa 66. 19120
fOB GARDEN PLOWING, BASEMENT
iittlu aad team work, Phono Tin,
19ml 4tf
FOR RENT Apartments 23
TWO 5 ROOM FCRNIgHKD APTS. Tfl,
S6. 23f0
The Ambassador
5r.O N. 8PM MER ST.
The latest and only up to date apart
ntut house iu Salem. Overstuffed
furniture, radio, reception, iceless re
frigeration. In each apartment hot
water, telephone service included. Wa
are now booking reservations for
March 1st.
FOR RENT Rooms 23
FOR ROOMS. CALL 1390-J. S5fl0tf
FURNISHED ROOM FOR GENTLE
'man, strictly modern homo. Private
bath near state house. 1465 Chemeke
- ta St. Tel. 1894-J. 25fl2tf
ROOMS WITH BOARD NEWLY
equipped at the Alexandria. Phone
Mrs. E. A. Bennett, 1539, 1030
Cheineketa. 25nl9tf
BOWMAN'S BOARDING CODS'!
leads in high-class home cooking, large
rooms, hot and cold water, baths
piano, telephone. Best radio enter
tainmenta in city. Board by day oi
week, close la. 319 Court Bt. C O
Bowman. 35m3
FOR RENT Houses 27
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOC8E
reasonable, 1245 Madison. 27m3
7-ROOM HOUSE FOR "RENT BY THE
year. Mostly modern, close in with
garden and garage. Inquire 771-N.
Com'l. 27fl8
LAUNDRIES
32
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
"The Laundry of Pare Materiala"
Telephone 185 1364 Bmadway
THE NEW 8ALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
Telephone 35. 268 8. Hi&b
TRY THE BOMB WET WASH LACI
dry. Phone 171. 18.6 B Street 17tf
TAILORS
34
D. H. M08HER TAILOR FOR MEN
nmf jTiT'j T Conrt St.
V WANTED MicelUneou8 39
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
ing and ahoea. Best prices paid. Capi
tal Exchange, 842 North Commereia
Phono 1888-W.
URNITURB PACKING FOR SHIP
msnta. Gi ess-Powers Furniture Co.
85s30t
'ANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOh
farm loans. Wo have eeveral appliea
tioas oa hand. Bawkina Bioberts
Inc. 305 Oregon Bldg. SSdldtf
MATTRESSES
86
MA TTRE8S E S RKNOVATED BT TBF
Capital City Beddias Co.. 1190 Nortl
Capitol Called for and delivered. AH
work raaranteed. Phono 19. f!9t
FOR SALE
87,
WICKER BABY BUGGY. J.IKE NEW.
half price. 1610 S. 12th St. 37fl9
TWO OFFICE DESKS AND CHAIRS.
304 Oreg n Bldg. Call 9 to 10 morn
inga, or Tel. 498. 37fi
KLMTRIC MRHEftS WE HAVE
three new electric brooder, of a wrl
known make One l.r.O rhick capacity,
two 2."0-egg rapacity Tliey are new,
never nncrated and will be sold at a
discount, can be seen at the States
man office. Ask for Mr. Stiffler.
87fl8tf
SEWING MACHINES OF ALL MAKES
and descriptions from 35 to $35. Every
one ruaranteed to sew. fnmm in nt
try them. Special prices this week
oniy. nniie sewing Macmne to. 221
8. High St. Tef. 208. 37118
FOR SALE ELECTRIC BROODERS.
can td cvans Repair Shop, Silverton,
Oregon. 87119
SLACK DIRT FOR SALE IN EITBEh
nwin or cmuia eaiem. Keasnnaole
Phone 72F3. 87dl2t
FOR SALE Live Stock 39
FRESH COW 771 N. COMMERCIAL.
39120
TEAM MARES FOR SALE ABOUT
laoo pounds. SI 50. . M. Christo
pher, Marion, Oregon. .39f20
ENGLISH SPRINGER PUPS OUT OF
CANADIAN DAM AND IMPORTED
Cngliah sire. Beat blood ia the U. S.
Ready to register. R. E. Wood. 106
W. Willow St. Willows, Calif. 39f22
'RED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN
vffieo 839 8. Commercial. Phone 1198
Roe. Phone 188 89m28tf
WOOD SAWING 42
.ET HAMS SAW YOUR WOOD. PHONE
3508-J. 480S 1937'
WOOD FOR SALE
43
SALEM TRAN8PEB aV FUEL CO.
Local aad Long Distance Hauling,
storage ssa roei.
753 Trade et.
Phone 529.
48a80tf
16-INCH DRY MILL. 64.76 PER LOAD,
also dry fir, say Isagt. Ckos. Chris
tenses, Phons 143. 43J20tf
rHB BEST WOOD IN THE CITY FOR
the Btoaey at Tracy 'a weed yard. Phone
318. 43J4U
GOOD OOAL DRY WOOD.
PROMPT DELIVERIES
BILLMAN FUEL CO,
- TELEPHONE 1866.
Pkoao 629. 48oAntf
MINUTE MO VIES
Et WHEEIAH 'S
SEicVL OF
EP.SODE 16
""THE. PURSUIT-'
INSURANCE
TTiKf - AND ALSO ELESS-"LAD LOU" BECAUSE
.-... . ,,... . ,. ,
tixruT 11 KNOW AIOUJ
I ITTLE TOO, AND
V VaWW fa-'-. i
ANOTHER!
Ikll I 111 "lfr" .ssfre.
WOOD FOR SALE ' 43
HTlNCH OLD PlnV BXCONO GROWTH
oak asd ask. Psoas 71P5L M IX. May-
field. 48fl8tf
BEST GRADE OP WOOD
Dry wood. 4 ft, sad 16-taea. Largs
loads sro cheaper to Tray. Mill wood is
oar specialty. Prompt delivery aad
rsaaoasaio pnoa.
FRED B. WXLL8
380 8. Church. PTsoas 1643.
4d9f
MEDICAL
44
TICK SO HERB COMPANY. EFT A fl
ushed 1909. J. H. Loeng. Mgr. Phoao
28S. 4JO State HU. Upstair. 0W
MOUNTAIN BALM
Phoao 617-W.
COUGH REMEDY
IOULTRY AND EfiOS 43
HIOB ftRAIE I.KiHORV CHICK
hatching each Monday. Tel. 79H-W
45mlH
CUSTOM HATCHING, WE CAN PLEASE
you. Baby chicks every Monday and
'luesoay. The Oregon Capital Hatch
ery. 2144 North 5th. St., Salem. Tel.
2620.
45aprl7
CHICK. CHICK. CHICK I OUR CHICKS
live to make year living. Big hatch
gain day. PET LAND, SALEM, ORE
GON. 45fltf
BABY CHICKS AND CUSTOM HATCH
ing. Expert helm most modern eouiu
meet. Chicks for sale, sll breeds.
every Monday. Settings four days
each week. Phono 32121. Lee's Hatch
ery. 45fl0tf
PRODUCE WE PAY CA8H FOR POUL-
try, egga, pork, veal and hides. We
carry feed and poultry auppliea, here
ana at suverton. Withers Neal .Pro
duce Co. 360 Ferry. Phone 125.
45f8tf
HOLLYWOOD WHITE LEGHORN PUL
lets. laying. Tel. 100F8. 45f20
MUSIC STORES
46
GEO. C. WILL PIAN08, PHONO
grsphs. sewing machines, shsst music
snd pisno studies. Repairing phono-s-vanha
and few ing machines. 433 8tate
street, salem.
NEWSPAPERS
47
THE PORTLAND TELEGRAM, SALEM
Agency. The Ace. TeL 939.
THE OREGON STATESMAN 50. CENTS
per month delivered to your homo
early eaen morning. Tel. 28 or 583.
PAPERHANGING
50
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR BOUSE
decorating, paperhanginc. tinting, etc
Reliable workman.
PAINTING
50A
CHAS. BENNETT. PAINTING CON
tractor, interior decorating. 541 Mill
1771-M. n37-tf
MISCELLANEOUS 51
NEIGHBORS OF THE WOODCRAFT.
Kummirf a)e, 244 N. High Friday
and Saturday. 5Ifl8
bprivg srwixb PRirrs RFAsnv
able, work satisfactory. Mrs. Ira
ruts. Telephone Slizu
BUY USED MEN'S CLOTHING. JEWEL
ry. Guns, Tools. Bicycles. Star Ex
change. 324 N. Commercial. Phono 35
Ol
FOR SALEM SCAVANGR CALL 167.
5lfl0-'2c
A. W. WBITLY. JEWELER AN , EE
pert Swiss and American watch re
S airing. Large clocks called for sn
elivered. 645 Ferry. Phons 1806-M.
61I4tf
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING AND RE
. pairing. . Giese-Powers Paxaitnro Store
51s30tf
LANDSCAPE GARDENER PREPARED
plans free of charge with w rk. Rock
ery construction General landscaping.
Rustic seats; arbors; tea houses, large
assortment perrenniala 25c; special
prices on dozen or more.
ERNEST IUFER
Salem's leading landscape gardener.
RL 4, Box 19 B. Phone 69F2.
Slmll
PACKING & SHIPPING 52
FOR EXPERT FURNITURE PACKING
snd shipping, call duff's Furniture
Store. Phone 941.
PIANO TUNERS
54
rHOMAS FAY, PIANO TUNER, NO
at the Portland Music Co, 355 N. High
Hsvs your pisno tuned by one who ha
had years of experience in the work
8a3-ti
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Plan.
tuner. Lave orders Will a Muaie 8tore
PERSONAL
55
STOP QUARRELING, KEEP AWAY
iruu tue aivorce coom. Ijfl me neip
you. All correspondence strictly con
fidential. Box 26, Salem, Ore. 55ml0
PRINTING
56
FOR STATIONERY, CARDS, PAMPB
lata, programs, books or any kind oi
f rinting,' esli st the Statesman Print
ng Department, 815 8. Commercial
Tel. 583.
MONEY TO LOAN
57
CITY AND FARM LOANS AT LOWEST
rates. Best terms obtainable. Oar
insurance department offers yon ex
pert advise and service in all linea.
HAWKINS 4t ROBERTS, (Inc.)
Phone 1427. 205 Oregon Bldg.
57fl0tf
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 6ft. P. L.
Yvooo. B4i citato st, 57m7tx
LOANS -We
make loan a on City property.
Reasonable rates no delay.
8TATE SAVINGS AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION
703-4-6 First Nst'l Bsnk Bldg.
Salem - Oregon
Teleohoae 4 5T RTflO
WANTED LOANS
59
WANTED:
Private money to loss oa REAL
ESTATE.
W. H. GRABENHORST B CO.
184 8. Liberty St. 69038tf
jACk C3AMBLE
Mires A
HALF eREEl
And niv? DOS
Team To OVER
SHE'S GOT
US J! I1L
TAKE 2ADy
low
, .i.swawawawawawa -
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in f v
WHILE TACK
AND ;THE
HALF-BREED
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MOONLIT. I
TRAIL - J
Towards
damjson ?
THAT SHE LOVES JACK
MAKE THEIA BOTH
GO
PLCMBITXO AND REPAlRITtG -REA-aoaable
Eatimatea. A. L. Godfrey,
127 Cnioa St. Phoae 495-W. 6011 6 tf
PLUMBING AND GENERAL REPAIR
work. Grsber Broa, 154 8. Liberty.
Phoao 550. 19U
PLUMBING AND REPAIR WORK. FOR
quick servtee phoae 863. H. Egaar,
1615 Center. ti
RADIO
62
RADIOLAS
For every porpone, for every pnrae
"All standard sixes of Radio Tube.
HAL1K A EOFP ELECTRICAL SHoF.
335 Court St. Phone 4r 9.
REAL ESTATE
63
Own Your Home
You speculator and investor here i
your chance to buy 6 fine lots with
IIim. 4 m til i n , nn nsv.fi afreet fOF
$ (i60, on easy terms. Buyer assume
Ht. assessment, located in r.asi rem,
. . K. V &m l.m for ai2!n In lin.v
luts. see Childs A Bechtel. 320 State
street. 63tl6tf
820(H) CASH AXI 88 ACRE FARM
Nearly all in cultivation: part in crop:
fair improvements. Exchange for good
small acreage close in. TRIANGLE
REALTY. 421 Court. 63fl6tf
GREATEST TRADINO ORGANIZATION
ON THE PACIFIC COAST
We have ever 2000 properties listed
for exchange. Ev48y kind of property
every price, every location. We can
match your exchange EXACTLY. If
yoa would like to trade your property
TODAY, come in TODAY. See
GASKILI A EARLE, Realtors.
166 S. Liberty. TeL 2242.
63j21tf.
11.44 ACRES IN PRUNES, WALNUTS
and cherries, 7 V4 miles south from Sa
lem. 4 room h'use; 2-story barn. Prop
erty foreclosed and now owned by
State of Oregon. Sale price: $3400.00.
Easy terms. Write Frank M. Moore,
Bonus Commission. Salem, Oregon with
reference to file number F-29. 63f23
FORCED SALE BEAUTIFUL SIX
rooms English home, best construction.
large rooms, hardwood floors, break
fast nook, furnace, fireplace, double
garage, rock gardens, east front. Owner
leaving and has reduced price to
86000. rairmount Hill.
, WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
175 8. High St. 63fl2tf
5-ROOM HOUSE E. FRONT, PAVED
atreet, f 2300.
Small house partly furnished 32200.
5-room house on small lot close in,
furnished ?2200.
6 room E. front cottage clots in
$4500.
Close in 6-room house, large lot
3550O, $500 down.
Well built 7 -room Louse E. front
paved street, f340O.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cottage Street. 63fl0tf
IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY TO SELL
or if you are looking f r a home, farm
or buainess property, see us.
BECKE A HENDRICKS
189 N. High St. Heilig Bldg. j8tf
WANTED
To trade my $7000 home in Salem
for Portland. What have you. Res
taurant and lunch parlor for acreage
near Salem. See Childs A Bechtel,
Realtors, 320 State Street. 63fl6tf
10-ACRE CLOSE IN, 2 ACRES FIL
berta and walnuts, 50 cherry trees. 6
room house, spring, creek, $3500, will
exchange for city home.
1 acre modern 6 room house, variety
fruit and berries, $6500 will tak
will take house and lot in town.
25 acres in berries, fruit and nnta,
good bu-ildings. modern conveniencea ia
house, close in. creek, fully equipped ia
eluding tractor ana centrifugal pump.
$12,000. Owned by eastern man. good
terms.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor.
175 S. High St. eSflStf
FOR SALE 6-ROOM STRICTLY MOD
ern home, best construction, furnace,
fireplace, hsrdw od floors, double, ga
rage, rock gardens, this is new and
built for a home but must leave Sa
lem at once. Fair mount district 1855
Saginaw St. Tel. 403-W. 63jl9
TRADE SIX ACRES FINE LAND,
good bouse, greenhouse and large
chicken house. Want homo in 8aleu.
Modern house in Salem for Corvallia
property or Portland.
320-acre ranch in Alberta for what
have yoa.
Apartment house for sale or trade.
20-acre river bottom farm closs in, s
bargain.
F. L. WOOD, G. P. PEED
841 Stats St. 63fl0tf
GARAGE HOUSE SNAP
$750 Located on paved street,
$250 cash down, balance like rent 8ee
Childs A Bechtel, Realtors, 320 State
St. 1 63f 16tf
FOR RENT ROOMS. HOUSES, FUR-
nmnea ana uniurnisned.
For Trade City pr perty, acreage,
ranches. " See as for propositions that
will bring satisfactory returns. Invest
now and watch the profits grow.
PAYNE WITH BOHRNSTEDT
147 N. Commercial St. 63fl3tf
WANTED LARGE FARM WE HAVE
client who wanta large improved farm
of 500 to 600 acres with some good
bottom ' land, but mostly suitable for
grating sheep. TRIANGLE REALTY
421 Court. 63f.6tf
BUNGALOW SNAP
Owner Leaving City. Must Sell.
Want Bonus Loan. Buyer
$4000 Practically new. 5 n omi sleep
ing porch, nook, bnilt ins, fire
place. Furnace, fine basement,
wash trays, nearly two lots, 92
xl05 ft., fruit treea. Paved
street; garage.
See CHILDS A BECHTEL
Realtors. 320 State 8L 68fl6tf
LOT ON HUDSON ST. $300. TERMS.
. on nicsory t. OOX214, S400
Terms.
$40t on Hazel Ave., S. of Highland,
Lot on X. Liberty, $450, subject to
paving, eauy terms.
L t on N. 14th, $750; paving paid,
easy terms.
Ul 011 X. 23rd $700, paving paid.
Easy term.
Fine lot on Hood street, $750, pav
ins; paid and walk in.
Fine lot on S. High. $1150.
Lot on N. Church between D and
Market Sts. $1200, paving paid aad
walk .in. Terms.
$500. $1000, $2000 aad $3000 to
loan.
MELVIN JOHNSON,
Rooms 318-3120 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
Tel. 637. 83fl$tf
A DAyS START ON A
DOUBLE THE MOAJE IP L
PLUMBING
VOU OVERTAKE HER? BEFORE SHE
REACHEvS tVMSON Ifam
63
FOR SALE OR TRADE, HOUSE AND
lot. Seven rooms. Plastered. Easily
,. arranged fr 2 apts. Very close in.
Call owner 773-J. 63dlltf
GROCERY STORE IN GOOD LOCA
tion. Could build up splendid business.
Would invoice stock. $700. SoeolofiUty
A Son, First Nat') Bank Bldg. 63fl8tf
FOR SALE BY OWWEIi NEW MOD
era stucco heaaa. Small payment, bal
ance like rent. Tel. 97F12. 63dl9tf
HOUSES
$1000 $350 rash, $25 monthly in
terest included, 2 -room garage
houae. We!l built, close in.
$?8O0 $-'iO down. 4 ro ms, bath,
nook, fireplace, built-in, garas-e,
eat fron". pavement paid, NEW.
$4.100 HOU down. I0 monthly ii:tr-t-Kt
included, 5 rooms, bath and
nook. NEW and strictly n.od
ern, garaire, .-uie.it included
in price.
StX1)M)FSKA' A SON
First Nat 1 Bank Bldg. 63fl8tf
HOUSE BARGAIN STRICTLY MOI
ern, nearly new, 4 rooms, bath and
, nook. Htiilt-in. fireplace, fnll base
ment with furnace and laundry tray.
tiara?e, pavement, close in. Reduced
to $3o)0 for quick sale. Socolofky A
Son, First Nat l Bank Bldg. 63fl8tf
NEW 4 ROOM BUNGALOW, BASE
ment, furnace, fireplace, hardwood
floors, nook, garage, $3 7. 10. Soldier,
bonus 1 an taken.
Six-room English type bungalow,
basement, furnace, fireplace, Dutch
kitchen, nook, bath up stairs and
downs'-airn. on bus line, $:I0() down
New 4 room bunralow furnace, fire
place, nook, "hardwood flo rs, $3400;
STUU down.
3 -room bungalow with bath, psvin;
paid, $1650: $200 down. $500, $900
$1000 and $2000 to loalT'on city prop
erty.
MELVIN JOHNSON
318 320 U. S. Bank Bldg. Tel. 637.
63fl7tl
EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD 52 ACRES
on Pacific Highway, imprcved; 42
acres in cultivation. Second bench
corner, good oil station site. Sell ail
or subdivide or will take in part pay
ment a Salem home up to $30O0. Terms.
oie agent, Hcrtha .iiehlke, 671 X
Capitol St. 63fl8tf
GOOD HOME BARGAINS
.5 acres close in, all in fruit, fair
buildings. Price $5000 take residence
or vacant lots.
185 acre farm, good location, all
ime levej lana sacrmce ou per acre.
Easy terms.
8-acre close in, 314 acres berries,
snap $1650. Take vacant lota or good
Ford car for part.
20-acre home near Salem, fine soil,
4 acres berries, cosy bangali w, and
barn, fruit, creek, timber, near school
and church. $6000, terms.
12 acre home close in, paved road,
fruit, bldgs, stock, fowls, crop, $5250,
easy terms
City homes. Loans, Fire Insurance.
Exchanges
PERRINE A MARSTERS
212 Commercial Club Bldg 63fl2tf
USE VOI R BONUS LOAN WE WILL
handle all details for you HERE'S
ONE that just your loan without any
cash will handle. New 5 room: base
ment: furnace: trayh; fireplace: hard
would floors; garage. $:1750 or $500
d wn Manv o'.hem.
Sec TRIANGLE RF.AI.TY CO.
421 Court Street. Ground Floor.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ROOMS
:f 18tf
GOOD SIX-ROOM HOUSE, THREE
blocks to school, two blocks to carline.
Quick sale $1200 $50 down.
Good aix-rrom house, plastered, bath
toilet, large lot. Two blocks to State
Sto Close in. Quick sale, $3000, $500
down.
Nice mo'lern four-room house, at
Longvicw, Wash., to exchange for ten
r 15 acres improved, up to $3500. All
clear.
See Dodson with Scott and Biers
dorr, 153 S. High. 63jl&
LOOK
Nice little -room house, lights, wat
erand sewer n a fine lot, for $.1000
wilh $200 down. 3 room house close
in,, a buy for $2100 with $200 down.
.5-Hm house and garage paved street,
rrtsyl. $2650 with $200 down. 6 acrex
wiih fruit, fair buildings, close in will
take a good car as first payment.
Kee THOMASON". 320 State St.
With Childs A Bechtel. 63M9
ACREAGE WITH YEAR ROUND
INCOME
20 acres in friit, bi-rrle. timber and
pasture. Running water in pasture.
Good 5-room house, good barn and
'age m dern hen and brooder houses.
2 rows. 1 year old heifer. 10 stands
bees and 150 White Lea-horn h nna th&t
are laying $3.00 worth of eggs a day.
Ttfis-is a real buy and must be seen
to be appreciated. Can give terms or
will take a Salem home in trade. For
appointments tee Schneider at 14? No.
Commercial or Tel. 577. 63fl3tf
STOVES REPAIRING 66
STOVES FOR SALE REBUILT AND
repaired by expert. All kinds of woven
wire fence. Fency and plain. Hp
baskets and hooka, logan hooks. Salem
Fence and Stove Worka, 250 Court
Street.
REAL ESTATE Farms 67
20-ACRE. TRACT, 8-ROOM HOUSE OX
pavement 1 miles from Salem. Price
reduced $3000. Must sell in order to
close estate. Salem Realty Co., 462
State St. 67fl6tf
TAXIDERMIST
68
TAXI DERM 1 8T SHOP E. E. WIG
giaa. Prop., 1145 Norway. Near
Woodry'r Aoction Market. TeL 2261-W.
REAL ESTATE Suburban 69
BUY YOUR SUBURBAN ACREAGE
now before the spring demands are
made. We have some fine suburban
home sites at "fit your socketbook"
prices and terms.'
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
Realtor Loans Insurance.
147 No. Com'l St., Salem, Oregon.
69fl7tt
NEW HOUSE JUST COMPLETED FOR
sale on terms like rent, doable con
struction, tally plumbed, electric fix
tures, etc. - 4 rooms .and breakfast
nook, garage, etc. One half acre of
finest garden land. Price $2850. Carle
A b rams, 1465 Chemeketa St. Tel.
1894-J. 69fl2tf
TRANSFER HAULING 70
WE MOVE, STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
hold goods. Oar specialty ts piano aad
furniture moving. Wo slao make eona
try trips. We handle the boat oosl aad
wood. Call on as for prices. Wo giv
good messnre, good quality and good
service. Larmer Transfer Co. Phono 98$
Meanvjjhjle
"one'-
ROUND
kEGG
REAL ESTATE
-AN ' UHEN HE ASKS lrR. To
MARRV MM .THAT
DAME EXEATS IT AWAy .! KIN
V' IMAGINE
feuS PCP'
MALWEK
AH RUTH
The
"STARTLING-
vews"' ;
The nev-t
MORN1NC3
JACK MEETS
TviX? '
TRAVELERS
AND '
INCPUlR&S '
OF
"LAD . "
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.sw a v at - m . m
-TRNSFER HAULING 70 ,
TRANSFER AND HAULING ' 0Fj ALL
sm as. rnone 72f 2. .
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. -4- 32
State St. Phoae 033. Diatiibouag
forwarding and storage oar specialty.
Got oar rate. ,
WANTED Rtl Estate I 71
- I
WANTED HEAR FROM OWNER OF
ranch for sale. Cash price, partic
ulars. D. F. Hush, Minneapolis, Minn.
Tills
WELL DRILLING 72
R A. WEST, RT. . BOX 103-A, PBONI
1I0F5. 2 o-.ilea east oa Garden Road
WATER
74
8AI.F.M WAJER, LIGHT A POWER CU
Office 304 S' uth Commercial St. i Ta
per cent discount on domestic flat raS
paid in advance. Na deduction for si
seace or any cause o-nleea water ia sbif
off your premises
TRAVEL.
176
- TRAVEL
Saf-ly, Swiftly and Comfortably in
buses of the Parker Stage Lines.
STAGES LEAVE FOR:
Silverton 7 a. m 11 a. m.. 5 p. ra.
Mt. Angel ll a. m., 5 p. ra.
Dalhis 7 a. ra., 9 a. in., 11:25 a. m.
Falla City 7 a. tn., 2:10 p. ni.. 5:15
p. m.
Independence 7 a. m., 9 a. m., 11:15
a. m.. 3:10 p. ra., 5:15 a. m., Sunday
only 8 :30 p. m.
Monmouth 7 a. m., 11:15 a. m.. B:10
p. m., 5:15 p. m. Sunday nly J:10
p. m., 8:30 p. m. j
McMinnville 8:30 a. m., 2:10 pj m.,
5:15 p. m. j
Newberg 8:30 a. m., 2:10 p. m., 5:15
p. m.
Tillamook 8:30 a. m., 2:10 p. m.i
Call 222 or 696 for information.
diStf
AUTOS WANTED
77
OA8H PAID FOR FORDS EIKER AUTO
77ml2tf
USED CARS FOR SALE 79
FOR SALE DODGE COUPE, FINE
shape Call at room 18 Arlington
iJOK-l. 79fL'0
MARMON WILLYS-KNIGHT
WHIPPET OVERLAND
Where Can I Buy a
Good Used Car? j
MacDonald Auto Co.
Has a fins rtock of used ears. Nearlv
all models snd makes. They hsve been
esretuiiy inspected. Reconditioned; by
experts. Many newlv oainted. land
have good rubber. Over 25 to select
from. Prices $35 to $2,975. See our
bargains and you will be satisfied. Must
have room for new Whippets. Conven
ient terms arranged and trsd.es accept
ed.
MacDonald Auto Co.
Cottage and Ferry Stt. Phone 409.
MARMON WILLYS-KNIGHT j
WHIPPET OVERLAND
79flltf
Financial Stability
AND THE
Pettyjohn Valuation
Policy
Combine vital factors in merchandising
nsed automobiles that assure consist
ent value.
Buick Country Club Coupe.
Buick Touring.
Buick Sedsn, late modsL
Cleveland Touring.
Chevrolet Coupe.
Chevrolet Touring.
Dodge Coupe, late model.
Ford Touring.
Gardner Coupe.
Hupinobile Touring.
L'sdson Sedan.
Maxwell Sedan.
Nash Touring.
Overland Sedan.
Willys-Knight, two-tore roadster.
The select offerinra will ha SDnreeiatd
You will be pleased with the splendid
arrangement, the atmosphere j of
thoroughness in every deportment, sad
the courtesies that are part and por
tion of the Pettyjohn organisation.. 1
F. W. Pettyjohn Cpj
365 North Commercial Street j
Phoae 1260 '
CADILLAC. NASH.
"AFTER WE SELL. WE SERVE" L
79J29tf
Rebuilt Used Cars
1922 Chevrolet Touring. j
1924 Chevrolet Touring. j
1928 Chevrolet Coupe.
1923 Chevrolet Sedan. !
Several Fords that- sra sp .ia won
derful condition. Painted ia the new
est colore.
See our used ears before yoa bay.
Newton Chevrolet Co.
19)idti
FORDS USED FORDS '
The poet, Gcldsmith, onee aatd: "'1
love old books, old friends aad old
wine." If there had been old Fords
at that time he would assuredly have
mentioned them.
We have reconditioned Fords at the
price you desire to pay. j
1926 Model Coupe, - used very Iitttle
$450. i
1926 Model Roadster with Pyroxylin
finish. $335. i
1924 Coupe, balloon tires, extraa, $265.
1923 Tourings. $125 to $163.
1923 Track with starter, stake body
ana cao. mil is a guaranteed
maenine, tzu.
Rebuilt Used Fbrdson Tractors. "
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Salem. Ore. 79fl5tf
After 25 years absence, Presi
dent Kruger's carriage comman
deered by Lord Kitchener during
the Boer war, has been returned
U Pretoria, South Africa, fro in
London. . j
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VE5.FARPNER . A LADX DC?lVS
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General Markets
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DAIRY
PORTLAND. Feb. 17. AP Batter
(wholesale prices) steady. Extra cubes
eity 46 c; standard 45 He; prime firsts
45c; firsts 44 c; prints 50c; cartons
51c -
Milk (bid "to farmer) steady. Beat
rhuraing cream 4e m valley. 4c net
shipper track in sooe 1 Cream deliv
ered Portland 5iff -Vie 'per pound. Raw
milk (4 per rent f 2.60 cwt. f. o. h.
Portland.
Eggs. I lower: rorrent receipts --c
doxen; fresh anedluihs 21e: fresh standard
firsts 25c; fresh standard extras 25r.
Poultry (les 5 per cent commission )
slow weak"; heavy hens 24- 25c; light
1 84a 19c; springs nominal; broilers 30a
31c; jpefcia. white ducks 30e; colored nomi
nal: turkeys, live 35c;-dressed 4oW43e.
OnkiOs and potatoes steady. Oni ns
local $2.7i .3: potatoes $l.25(uVl.5u
-sack. j . .
LIVESTOCK
PORTLAND, Feb.". "7. "Cattle and
calves noraiualiy steady; receipta 25.
iiotx steady;' receipts U85 (no con
trad. I
Sheep and ' iambs (slaughter stock)
nominally steady.
' DAIRY PRICES
PORTLAND. Feb. 17. (AP) Dairy
Exchange, net prices.
Butter, extras 4iiVs: standards 4.Vc:
prime firsts 45c ;, that's 44 r.
Ejre. extras 2fc: frist 27c; pullets
2:ic: cunt-tit receipts 25c.
GRAIN
PORTLAND, Feb. 17. (AP) Wheat
bid: liHH hard white Feb., Mar., Apl.
$1.34;' bard while. BS, Baart, federa
tion, ot white, western white Feb., Mir,
Apl. $1.33- hard winter Feb., Mar., Rpl.
$1.30; northern spring Feb. $1.32; Mar.,
AtiL 1.33 :-"western red tea., Jiar
St JQ- Anl. SI. 30
- Oats. No. 2, 36 p nnd white feed Feb.,
Mar., ApL $34.50: No 2,. 36 pound, gray
Feb., Mar., Apl. f3a.au.
Barley. Nh J, j yujnd BW Feb., Mar.
Apl. $30.
Corn. No. 2 EY shipment. Feb., Mar
$35; Apl. $35.50; No. 3 EY shipment
Feb., Mar. $33.50.
HAY
J"OiRTLANT. Feb. 17. (AP) Olay
buying prices: ' Kastern Oregon timotny
$20(2 2.; dtto valley $17 (n 17.50; cheat
$ 5; alfalfa $I?.50hJ1o: oat hay $13;
oat and vetc-h. $14.50(2 15 : straw $7tfl
7. 5o pet t- n. Selling pr.ces $2 a ton
more.
WHEAT SOAKS
("HH'AOO. Feb.. . 17. (AP) Pros
pevts of a cold wave that t. sy do damage
to domestic winter whear teiulei to lift
wheat values today. There was talk.
too, of large - export sales at Niumpeg.
Wheat closed firm. 1-4 to l-.2e.net high
er, with corn- unchanged to . 1 4c tf
041s, unchanged to l-Oc up.
MARKETS FIRM
PORTLAND, Feb. 17. (AP) The
orange and celery markets are firm and
lettuce is lo king up a little as a re
sult of the storm in California, which is
expected to tie up shipments for a few
days and possibly dan.age some - of the
crop. Excellent (rreen peas are arrivinn
now and selling at -25c per pounJ. Onions
are slightly firmer locally and have
touched the $4 mark. Oarlic is bringing
7 (fi: 1 Or per pound. The sweet pot at.
supply continues generous and prices low
EGG DEMAND GOOD
PORTLAND, - Feb. 17. (AP) No
change were made in egg or bntter prices
at the exchange. I tie demand was good
jn huth lines. r-Kg receipts were 140U
cases. Butter receipts were ' 3,566
pounds, production 17,846 pounds and
withdrawals 748 pounds.
Poultry was fairly plentiful and ac
tive. Hens' cleaned up at 20ft 25c according-
-to siie.
Oressed meats were quiet at 17S 17
for veal and 1 6 fa 1 6 '4 c for pork.
FARM AID BILL WINS IN
HOUSE BY CLOSE VOTE
(Continued from page 1.)
hours of continuous session, Rep
resentative, Aswell, democrat, La.,
offered his relief proposal as a
substitute, but it was shelved on
a roll call vote,, 214 to 175.
At the outset of today's session
his bill had been rejected, 160 to
144, .and then the Curtis-Crisp
farm measure was turned down,
177 to 156. Without record votes
two 'other substitutes were defeat
ed, one a .farm debenture plan
sponsored by Representative Janes
democrat' of Texas; the other, of
fered by Representative Hill, re
publican, Maryland, was the Cur-
tis-Aswell national commodity
measure rejected last year.
Disposing Of these attempted
substitutions, Chairman Haugen o.
he agriculture committee, pressed
his bill, toward a vote. No dinner
recess was taken, although Rep
resentative Tilson. the republican
leader, proposed adjournment. Hie
motion was defeated, 198 to 170,
and reading of the bill for amend
ments continued into the night.
The measure, framed jointly by
Chairman ' Haugen 'of the house
Salem Markets
FEED
No. 1 , wheat, white ;
Red, wheat, sacked
oata, per ou. muaag .
Hay, oats, vetch, per ton
PORK, AfUTTOV AJTD BERT
Tope bogs ... ,13.35 '
Sows . , .08
Tep steers . , J9
Cows : 3.3H
Bulls : 03.05
Spring lambs, nuder 88 lbs. .10
Top live .veal
.07a.09
Dressed veal
.18
,16
Dressed bogs
P0TJLTRT
Light bens
.169.17
.20a.22
Heavy hens
- spring
...-16.20
., .OH
Roosters
Heavy eol red frys
EGGS,' BUTTER, BUTTERFAT
Standards . ' . .28 -
Per pound - '. ,- . ,16
Batterfat ..;.:..,i.. .49
Cream baiter . : -50.51
VegeUblea. beets, sacked " .03 -
Onion, des. banches , . 80
New eabbsge-i. . .04
Celery : . 1.25
. California lettuce, crate '-,.';. 1 3.75
Local onions .03
By Ed Wheelan
IN UlS ,;? Aff-iTU I
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HERITED HIM - EUT I SEVER KNEUl
MUJsV LIKE "IMS BEFORE
PRAl
A DOG-TEAM j
THRU'-
DONT
FAIL
To SEE
TbeRew'X
EPISODE
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committee and Chairman McNary ,
of the senate, agriculture commit
ter, is designed to promote order-''
ly marketing of basic crops by the
control and disposition of surplus
es.; It would set up a federal farnv
Losrd of 12 members, to be '', se-t j'
iected by the president from a list
of 36 names supplied by farm or
ganizations. Whenever it appear- '
ed a surplus existed In any of the
basic crops, the board might de- '
clare an "operating period, buy
in a crop until its surplus bad din
appeared and feed the surplus in
to world markets.
The measure provides for a
$250,000,000 revolving fund for
the board's operations. Any loss
sustained in the board's activities
would be assessed against the pro
ducers through imposition of an
equalization fee.
The board also would be em
powered to make loans to cooper-
atives with a view to strengthen- -ing
them to supplement the work:
jf the board.
MACHINERY INJURES MAN
ROSEBURG, Ore., Feb. 17
(AP) J. M. Cyrus, a gravel plant
employe, was seriously injured,
here today when his clothing
caught in the machinery of the
mill. lie was whipped several
times around a moving shaft be
fore the power could be shut off.
One leg was broken and he was
badly bruised and cut. He is ex
pected to recover.
STUDENTS ARE DELEGATES
MONMOUTH. Feb. 17. (Spe
cial.) Delegates chosen from the
student body of the Monmouth
high school to attend the fourth
annual educational exposition on
the O AC campus at Corvallis are
Genevieve Gainard, Jeanette Hin
kle. Marlon Smith and Jack Pern
ber. The students will leave !on
mouth Friday afternoon and will
Le accomnanied liv Mis Clark-
the modern language department
as chaperone.
XOTICE OP APPOIXT3LEXT OP
EXECUTRIX
Notlce is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the County
of Marion, as executrix ofthe last
will and testament and estate of
T. B. Patton, deceased, and that
she has duly qualified as such
executrix; all persons having
claims against the estate of said
decedent are hereby notified to
present the same, duly verified, to
me, at the office of Ronald C.
Glover, my attorney. 203 Oregon
buildinjr. Salem. Marion Cnnntv
Oregon, within six months from
me aate or this notice.
Dated at Salem. Oreron thla
3rd day of February. 127.
ALICE I. PATTON.
Executrix of the last will and
testament and estate of T. B.
Patton, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER.
Attorney for executrix. Ralom.
Oregon. f4-ll-18-25-m4
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE
MENT -Notice
is hereby given that th
undersigned has filed fn the Coun.
ty Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Marion, her duly
verified final account as executrix
of the last will and testament and
estate of George Neibert, deceased,
ana that said Court has fixed
Monday, the 28th day of March.
1927, at the hour of ten o'clock
A. M., of said day. as the time.
and the County Court Room in the
County Court House in the City
of Salem. Marion County, Oregon,
as the place for hearing said final
account and all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem. Oregon, thla
4th day of February, 1927.
LENA YANNKE,
Executrix of the last will and
testament and estate of Oeorre
Neibert, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for executrix. Salem. .
Oregon. 14-1 1-1 8-2 S-m4
No. 6313
XOTICE OF HEARING OX FIN.lLi
' ACCOUNT
In the County Court of the Slate
of Oregon for Marion County.
In the matter of the estate ot
Ruth M. Brown, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned administrator of the
estate of Ruth M. Brown, deceased.
has filed his final account and re
port in the County -Court of the
State of Oregon for Marion Coun
ty, and that Tuesday the 22nd day
of March, 1927, at the hour of
10:00 o'clock A. M. of said day at
the. County Court Room In the
County Court House at the City of
Salem in said County and Stale.
has been appointed as the time and
place for hearing any objections to
said final account and report and
the final settlement of said estate.
The date of the first publication
of this notice is February 18, 1927,
and the last March 18. 1927.
G. G. Brown, administrator of
the estate of Ruth. Brown, de
ceased. V-
Page. Page & Ray L. Smith, Sa
lem, Oregon, attorneys for said,
estate. o tl8-25-m4-l-l&
NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT OP
EXECUTRIX
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly , ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the Oounty
of Marion, as executrix of the last
will and testament and estate of
J. F. Beggs. deceased, and that
she has duly Qualified as such
executrix; all persons having
claims against the estate of said
decedent are hereby notified to
present the same, duly verified. to
me, at 1 the office of Ronald C
Glover, my attorney, 203 Oregon
Building. Salem, Marion County.
Orgon, ; within - six months from,
the date of this notice.
DatedxatJ Salem. Oregon, fJhts
1 0 1& day of February. 1927.
JUANITA DAUB,
. ' Executrix : of the last will an d
testament and estate of J. F.
Beggs," deceased. -' - "
; - RONALD CY GLOVER,
. Attorney for executrix, Salem.
Oregon. , f ll-18-2S-m4-ll
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