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Jhe Period for That Splen-
did Special Prize Ends
' Midnight Monday
HOXOR ROLL TODAY
Thelma Haugen, Woodburn.
Zeta Parrlih, Sllverton.
Doris- Harnett, Aumerille.
D. B.aBoydston, Independence.
(By the Content Kditor.)
The climax In The Statesman's
special Wbippet prize in the auto
contest comes next Monday.
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.Thelma Haugen, Woodburn, lead
er in Stateman's Auto Contest
Thelma Haugen of Woodburn
Is the leader in the whole contest
today. This, popular young lady is
prominent resident of Woodburn
and is well and favorably known
not only in that city but in the
entire surrounding country.
Her father lias been in the real
estate and insurance business in
this community for some time and
has made a host of friends.
Thelma is building up an or
ganization that is gaining strength
daily. She and her friends expert
to gain enough momentum not
.only to win the Whippet but the
Oakland at the finish of this great
Her friends are not only wish
ing her success but are sending
in their coupons and their sub-
" scriptlons every day. She is to be
congratulated for the splendid ef
fort she is making.
j This will be the close of three
weeks of enthusiastic work and
hustling on the part ot the candi
dates in The Statesman's big au
tomobile contest. The Whippet
ampaign will culminate in the
Jlnal scene Monday,-March 12, at
midnight. There la; a magnificent
$687.00 Whippet coach which will
be awarded to the candidate that
secures the. most money on old or
new subscriptions for the three
weeks ending that date.
Never before in the history of
Marion and Polk counties has
there been ouch a distribution of
awards as this Whippet coach and
the otfier prizes, and never before
has there been Buch an exciting
battle to win them. First one
candidate leads and then another
candidate, then a candidate from
'Veil down in the list will take the
: lead and set the pace for the race
for a time. Notwithstanding any
report to the contrary, nobody has
any of the prizes cinched in the
race. The grand final winner for
the Whippet will probably be de
termined by the subscriptions
turned in between now and Mon
day. March 12, at midnight.
An Exciting Finish
In order to be 'air to every one,
contestants outside of the city of
Salem will be allowed place their
last report in the mail not later
than midnight Monday, March 12,
the postmark on the letter will be
considered as satisfactory evi
dence. All candidates are now devoting
every minute of their time to get
ting in all the votes before the
'closing hour, and the enthusiastic
boosting of their friends is prov
, ing an important factor in the
, race. More interest is taking
StmssthmmtJy r m4cj
Sunday, Tuesday and Fri
: dj. Warmth; comon; speed.
Diner and lunch car; froob-
erration lounge. 30 pounds fre
V luggage aUovubSeV
Leave her . " ' . 1 1 r 4 S a.m.
Arrive San Francisco 10:30ua.
Connects with day train to Los
; Angeles ; only one night enroute. -
Phone SO N'
avnj 41 - '
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place now than at any time since
the contest started, whlchv indi
cates that the Interest of the pub
lic Is keener now than at any oth
er time. The awarding ot . this
special Whippet prize will be the
biggest current event in Marlon
and Polk counties. Interest bor
dering on excitement will prevail
all day Monday and op to mid
Some Hard Workers
Zelda ParriGh of Silverton is
making a wonderful race. Her
enthusiasm is so spontaneous that
it becomes contagions and it
brings new friends to her banner
every day. We predict that Zelda
will be a very serious contender
in the finals.
JDorie Barnett ot Aumsrille has
Jumped into a foremost place and
has wonderful potential possibili
ties if she would make the neces
sary effort to organize her friends
and her own time for the next few
Delores McKinnon of Stayton
and Mrs. J. H. Johnston of Lyons
are active, and we expect to bear
from them shortly. We believe
that they have the ability to gain
a high standing in the contest if
they will work consistently for a
We received quite a number of
voluntary votes for Miss Margaret
Berndini. Thi3 young lady must
have a considerable number of
friends in various parts of this
Votes are coming in for Nina
Williams and Gladys McDonald by !
mail from parts as fardistant as
Hazel McMorris also received a
number of votes today from San
IEGION MEN ACTIVE IX IXTER-
In addition to the many other
services of a public character
which it performs, the American
Legion is an important factor in
inter-city communication and
friendly relations. Visits between
legion posts are frequent, an ex
ample being the trip made by
members of the Salem po3t to Eu
gene last night to assist in an in
itiation ceremony for the Eugene
Following is a continuation of
the honor roll of Capital Post No.
Roy H. Simmons
Frank M. Simon
L. Z. Simpson
E. F. Slade
Richard D. Slater
Braiier C. Small
Albert C. Smith
C. E. Smith
Clarence L. Smith
D. B. Smith
Forrest D. Smith
G. E. Smith
II. B. Smith
M. W. Smith
Roy M. Smith
Sterling W. Smith
W. Carlton Smith
Charles W. Snyder
Frank R. Snyder
Lestie J. Sparks
Walter L. Spaulding
George W. Speed
Bland N. Speer
R. F. Sphoon
L. A. Stanley
R. L. Stanton
OTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
oointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the Coun?
ty of Marion, as Executrix of the
last will and testament of Freder
ick Wallace Harmer, deceased,
and that she has duly qualified
as such executrix; all persons bav
ing claims against the estate of
said decedent are hereby notified
to present the same, duly veri
fied, to me, at the office of Ron
ald C. Glover, my attorney, 203
Oregon Building, Salem. Marion
County. Oregon, within six
months from the date of this
Dated at -Salem, Oregon, this
9th day of February, 1928.
VERA A. HARMER.
Executrix of the last will and tes
tament of Frederick Wallace
RONALD C. GLOVER, ,
Attorney for Executrix,
Notice is hereby given, that by
an Order of the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Marlon, duly made, rendered
and entered in the record of said
Court on the 10th day of Janu
ary, 1928, Bert B. Eshelman was
duly appointed Executor of the
Estate of Anna Eshleman, De
ceased, and has duly qualified as
All persons , having claims
against said Estate are hereby re
quired to present the same with
proper vouchers and duly verified.
to said Executor at the office of
Geo. A. Rhoten, his attorney. In
the United States National Bank
Building, Salem, Oregon, within
six (f) months from the date of
the first publication of this no
tice. . '.- .. ':-
. BERT B. ESHLEMAN. i
Executor ot the Last Will and Tes
tament of Anna Eshleman, De
ceased. GEO. A. RHOTEN.
312-15 IT. & National Bank,
Attorney for Executor.
Dated and first published Feb
ruary 10r 1923.-
Date of last publication March
9, 1928. .
, ' F10-17-24M2-
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY MORNINGMARCH 9," 1928
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F. N. Woodry
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li. F. Woodry & Son
Right dewa towa. Cosh paid for used
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BROWNELL ELECTRIC CO.. S3 ETATai
Tel. 9i'. Contract wiring. Electric
supplies. Call as lor electrical work.
ii. D. BARTON X:DE BATTRIES
Matter ad gsnoiator work; - 202
JO V. 1L.UIAH
ifLEENER ELECT SIC CO. HOOSK
wiring by hour 01 contract. Estimate
lurn.kbed. Tel. 9-0 471 .Court St.
J. 5. L. Service Station
High St. at Trade. Tel. 1841
BICYCLES Repairing 4
LLOYD E. R.USDEN OOLCMBIA Bi
cycles and repairing. S87 Court,
CLEANERS AND DYERS 5
CHFRBT CITY CLEANERS. 0.
Dvane, 2t0 K. Liberty. Tel. 034.
SALEM CLEANERS k DTERR
1079 H. Oom'l. Tel. 1868
Ross L. Stalcup
Sephus W. Starr
Dr. La ban A. Steeves
E. A. Stefftn
After t B. Stettler
Ralph I. Stevens
M. M. Stewart
Roy H. Stewart
Ray P. Stiffler
R. S. Stillman
J. P. Stirniman
W. G. Stoddard
The drachma is the unit of cur
rency in Greece, according to an
answered question in Liberty Mag
NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR'S
AIIOI N TM K X T
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has . been duly ap
pointed by the County Court oi
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Marion, as administrator of
the estate of John Wilson Allen,
deceased, and that he has duly
qualified as such administrator;
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 at
torney. 203 Oregon Building. Sa
lem, Marion County, Oregon, with
in six months from the date oi
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
8th day of March. 1928.
WARREN B. ALLEN,
Administrator of the Estate ol
John Wilson Allen, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administrator.
BcPfS Tl-WT rtTA IS A
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LCVE AT TlteST
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HELP WANTED Male 6
I Want to let
contract to eat
eords of wood.
- Two or three
L aoaaod Money paid as oo4 is eat.
See MR. CATE
4S5 Ko. Coaiaureial
HELP WANTED Female 8
EXPEK1EXCED WOMAN TO DO
housework aad care for twa sick ladies
in atasli modem home. Miss Beiley,
70S ti. Liberty St.
DR. H. B. SCOFMELI. P.
First Nstional Baak Bid.
DR. O. L. BOOTT. PiiCT. CHIROPKACTOR
243 N. iltgh. Tel. 25 SV. Be. 2 104-J
FU)WER8 FOR . ALL. OOJASIONS
Oltea's. Coart ft HigU St. TeL S01.
DT FLOWERS. WEDDINO BOtTQUETS
Funeral wreaths, aecoratuaa. C. r.
Breithapt. florist. 613 Sita Sweet,
FOR SALE FIRST AND SECOND Mart.
gages. Trmst Ueetfs, contract oa
coatee wui aet S to 30
1 per coat
19 H. High 3U
FARM LOANS FLKNTT OF MONET
to oan oa good farm aecoiity.
CITY . LOANS We are Uwaing Prn
dential Iaauraace company money oa
city reeideaee and business property at
tfo per cent, plus a eoramiaaioa Haw
kins Roberts. Inc-, 205 Oregoa
Tour Home or Car now.
BECKE 45 HENDRICKS
0. O. F. Bldg, 180 K. High St.
WANTED Employment 1?
TRUCK HAULING WANTED. WILL GO
any where. Hire a new track aad fatt
worker. John H. Scott, 305 Oregon
Bldg. Tel 254 or 622.
rOSITION WANTED. BY THOROUOH
ly trained and experienced book and
costfkeeper. Can take charge ot office
and accounting work. Reference. Sal
ary no object. Single, age 82. Box
553, VcsIiDDTiKe. Oregoa.
FOR RENT Apts. 15
PL'PLEX APT. 951 N. WINTER.
NICE FURNISHED APARTMENT.
I" i) ion.
LIGHT, COZY TWO ROOM APART
ment. Oarage. Phone 469-J.
3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. GROUND
floor, with garage. 862 MilL
3 RM. APT. WELL FURNISHED. DO WN-
ataira. Private bath. 1133 Court.
ONE ROOM AND KITCHENETTE. WA
ter, light, and fueL 318.00. Close- In.
YOU CAN PLAY
WK TAKE CARE OF YOUR HOME.
High rises residential district.
New, strictly modern, quiet apart
ments. Frigidalie, Electric Ranges, Radio,
Steam Heat, Brick-faced Building,
Efficient Service. e
Two unfurnished rooms, bath, $30, $35.
Three unfurnished rooms, bath, $40, $45
Two rooms rurutshed overstuffed,
$37.50 to $40.
Three rooms furbished overstuffed,
$45 to $50.
New Management, Redecorated
550 North Summer St. Phone 1973
NEW INCORPORATIONS j
The Star Air Line, Inc., with
headquarters in Portland and cap
ital stock of 120,000, has been in
corporated by James E. McAustin,
James Harry Snodgrass, George H.
Glass and John R. Allen. Articles
were filed in the state corporation
The U. S. Development company;
has been incorporated by C. W.'
Bordes, J. C. Bryant and Karl He-
bring. The capital stock is 924,
000 and headquarters are in Port-
Notice of dissolution was filed
by Heath and Cornack of Port
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MODERN HOME. 7 N- OOTTAQE.
PARTLT FCRX18HKD HOCSE,
Water St. Phone 637.
MODERN HOUSE WITH OARAGE
Phone SOS, or inqaire at 2140 Maple
ATI. ' i"
WANTED TO RENT 19
WAKTED TO RENT A FARM OF
a boat 100 acres raitabt for dairying,
for term of years, cash rent. Phone
170 or L904-M.
BOARD AND ROOM 20,
ROOM. BOARD. SINGLE MEALS. f.UN
day dinners. Alexandria, 1030 Ch
meketa. Phone 153.
ROOM AND BOARD IN MODERN
home. 830 per month if taken at once.
635 Ccemeketa St., corner Cbemeketa
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WELDER LAUNDRY!
Telephone 25. 283 S. High
fRY THE HOME WET WASH LA UN
ry. TeL 171, 1850 B Street.
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
"The La an dry of Pure Materials"
Telephone 105. 164 Broadway
D. H. M08HE& TAILOR) FOR MEN
and women. 474 Court 8L
WANTED Misc. 23
FURNITURE PACKL.O FOB BHIF
menu. Gieso Powers Furaita Oe.
i. JOHNSON. CARPENTER AND BUILD-
er. Reasonsble charges. Figures free.
1993 North Commercial.
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOR
farm Joans. We have seearal applies
tion on hand. Haw Lias a Rosens,
Inc.. 305 Oregon Bldg.
WANTED GOOD WASHED COTTON
Rage not smaller than 1 yard to us
foi wiping machinery. Highest price
paid for good cleaa tags, apply st
Statesman office, see fitixier.
More Than a Tonic
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This product supplies Nature with vital
working and building materials -piovides!
elements to maintain the normal chemical!
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months treatment. Suid under a positiv
MATTRESSE8 RENOVATED BY THE
Capital City Beudia- Co., 1190 North
Capitol. Called for and delivered. All
work guaranteed. Tel. 19.
HAY FOR SALE 39,00, phone 89F12.
LARGE YOUNG MULES.
R. P. I. 3,
13 OOOD VALLEY UAISKD WORK
horses and mules. W. H. Street, 1870
MONGER BLACK CAP TIPS AND RE
sets, well developed, mountain grown.
S. P. Matheny, Sublimity, Oregon.
FOR SALE, ONE LARGE GLASS HAT
or wall dust proof csae. See C. M.
Loekwood, -91 N. Commercial St., Sa
GUARANTEED USED SEWING MA-
ehines, all makes. Singer k White
Electrics cheap for cash. We give
terms. 221 S. High.
DUROCS AND POLAND CHINA-8 BOTH
breeds, pure bred, young breeding
stock for ssle. Phone 49F23 or call at
the farm, one hail mile south from the
foot f Aokeney Hill, 10 mile South
GULBRANSEN. CLAREDON. CABLE,
Pullman, Howard and Ludwig; pianos
that we have repossessed,1 will bo sold
for the baianie due oa them. If yoa
want a nearly new piano, cheap, here's
your chance. Terms to responsible
parties. Oregoa Finance Corporation.
WANTED Live Stock 26
CATTLE I -HEED CATTLE OF ALL
kinds. Fhoae 2541. Walter Corbet,
1385 N. 21st street.
I WANTITO BUY A FEW GRADE OR
Eurebred Jersey or Guernsey cows or
eifers. E. A. Rhoten, 1595 So. High
St. Phone 2538-R.
VRED W. LANGE. VETERINARIAN
Office 6fl S. Commercial. TeL 1198.
Res. TeL 1666.
WOOD SAWING 29
WOOD SAWINO. PHONE 1677.
WOOD FOR SALE 30
GOOD OLD FIB 88.00. PHONE 2096-J.
aOOD DRY WOOD.
PHONE 7213. M
16 IN. OLD FIB 38.80 FEB CORIV. .
It rick) TeL 1188.
CALL TRACY'S FUEL YARD FOR GOOD
vm. nasi hu.
DRY OLD FIR AND 2ND GROWTH.
Tucker. Phone 2024-M.
ALL KINDS OF DRY FIR WOOD. C
U. Harbaugh, 1038 Highland Ave.
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ta IsrH VTT.L WOOD. PARTLY SEA
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POULTRY AND EGGS 32
PURE PLYMOUTH ROCK HAT.CHINO
egga. 2315 South Cottage. r-hoaa
ASSORTED BABY CHICKS LIGHT
breeda 313.00, heary breeds $lt 00
Fhooe 133F2, Lee'a Hatchery.
POULTRY WANTED ANY KIND. SIZE
or amount, top markat, higheit cask
price. Salem Poultry Co., Corner High
and Mill. Phone 2430.
ALL POPULAR BREEDS OK B, W. D.
testrd baby chicks st populsr prices.
Alwsys on hand. Our "LiT-an-Gro"
brooders are $3.45. Flake's Petland,
BABY CHICKS AND CUSTOM HATCH
ing Expert service means efficiency
acd high quality. All baby chicks from
csrant stock Officially tested and Of
ficially Approved. Salem's oldeat Cue
torn Hatching plant. Phone 1322.
BABY CHICKS KVEUY MONDAY AND
Tuesday. o leading varieties. Beit
loeal stock. Prices reasonable. Salem
Chiekeri. 284 North Cottsga Street.
MUSIC STORES 33
GEO- O. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
graphs, sewing machine, aheet muai
and piano studiea. Repairing phono
graphs and sawing machines. 433 State
MUSIC TEACHERS 33a
MODERN PIANO JAZZ FRANK SUT-
tuu. Waterman course. Studio 158 S
Liberty. Tel. 1207 or Res. iiCoJ.
KODAK FINISHING 34
FREE ENLARGEMENT WITH EVERY
50c order Kodak work. Rawlings,
Newspapers Magazines 35
TrtE PORTLAND fct.JRAM SALEM
Agency, The Aee. Tel. 939.
THK OREGON STATESMAN, 50 CENTS
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IT YOU W1NT TO GET THE BEST
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NURSERY STOCK 36
FINE LIFE NURSERY STOCK. ALSO
soma flowerirc Hawthorne. See these
trees before buying. Willamette Val
ley Nursery. Home pbon 70F3. Sale
yrd 281) Co irt St., across street Iron
rd 281) Co-
1311 tick s
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
deeoratoig, paperhanging. tinting, ate.
CHAS BEN?rETW rACTHSO CON
tractor, painting, vapor hanging.
3283-J. 187 West Miller.
FOR SALEM SCAVENGER
FURNITURE UHOLSTERINO AND RE-
palring. Giese-iowers Furniture Store.
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10
cents a bundle. Stateaman. office. 213
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVFS FOR SALE REBUILT AND
repaired by expert. All kinds af wove
wire fence. Fancy aad plain. Hap
baskets and hooka, logea hucks. Salem
Peace aad Stove Work. 250 Court
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ou drink. .
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311 SUta St. TeL 376
The finest chain cl Terminal
Hote.'a in Oregon
Officii Depot For All Oregoa
Pickwick Hammadd aad Parker Stages
Strictly Firat Class
Dp ta the Minute
ia aervic end
Metxanine Floor With Baby Grand Piano,
Large Wi-ting Room,
La lied' Dressing- Room
111 Rooms- 99 wuh Baxh and Shower.
Stage Terminal Motel
W. W. Chad ick. Pres.
W. A.Cainmings, Local Mgr.
Chas. V. Ceoley, Asa. Local Mgr.
Anderson Kuutrl General Insurance
169 S. High. TeL lead
E. 1L BAIREY, Life. Accident. Sickness
32 & Oregon BiJg.
BECKE & HEKDRCKS
189 N. High.
G. H. BERG, Life, Accident, Sickness
328 Oragon Bldf. Tel. 1747
C. B. WILLIAMS, Central Life Agency
3UO-7 Oregon tld. Ta.. 4s0
R. D. GRAY General Insurance
147 N. Coui'l. Tel. 2425
LAFLAR k LAFLAS
Lsdd k Busn Bank Bldg.
W. A. LIPTON. General Insursnce
404-5 Mssoni. . Bldg. Tel. l2l
RICH. L. REIMANN Gen. Ins.. Loans
219 N. High St. TeL 865
Wash. Fidelity National Torre PhiliDCi
405 Back of Com. Bldg. TeL 2160
WILLI METTE INSURANCE AGENCY
415 Maaonie Bldg. TeL 843
WHITE SCOTCH COLLIE AT STUD.
Salem's White KJng. Register number
585981. Service guaranteed. Puppies
and grown stock for sale. Mrs. Bea
nett, 1080 Chemeketa. Phone 1539.
V. S. Du Fresne
738 E. 60th St. N.
CAPITOL BARGilN AND JUNK HOCSE.
center. tel. BUS. All kind
of Junk bought and rold; Rags, Socks,
Bottles. Barrels, Hides, Pelte, Wools,
Furs, Tallow, Cascara Bark, Grape
nooi, r-iien, reppermmt Uil, AH kinds
of Iron A Metsl everything from a
needle to a locomotive.
PIANO TUNERS. 42
EDW4RD WEI P EXPERIENCED Plan,
tuner. Leave errfara Wills Mnaie Store.
FOR STATIONERY, CARDS. PAMPfl
lets, programs, boooks. or any kind of
printing;, oe.ll at the SUtesmAa Print
ing IVpartmcnt, 215 8. CoonaerclaJ
MONEY TO LOAN 45
FEDERAL FARM LOAN
Wood, 341 StaU St.
6H. F. L.
P. H. BELL. 819 O. & BANK BLDG.
Reeidenc and baaiaar wan. Tel 60?
WE HAVE $5500 TO LOAN ON GOOD
aecunty. Gertrude J. M. Page, 484
Court. Tel. 1882 or 1186.
MONEY TO LOAN
JOHN H. SCOTT
805 Oregnn Building
MONEY TO LOAN FOR BUILDING AND
on city property. B. 8. Martin and L.
. R. Martin, attorney. 413 Oregoa
Building. TeL 2084.
CITY AND TKACT LOANS
Reasonable Rates No Delay
STATE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS'S
703-6 First. National Bank Building
Phone 457. Salem, Oregon.
CITY AND FARM LOANS AT LOWEST
rates. Best terms - obtainable. Our
insursnce department offers you ex
pert a d Tire and service in all lines.
HAWKINS as ROBERTS (Ine)
TeL 1417 205 Oregon Bldg.
WANTED LOANS 4S
Private money Ui loaa aa REiL
,.ru;,1OIUB,CXKOR8T - co-
134 8. LiLerty St.
New First National
Da Lux Shining Parlor
Experts far Ladias and flsntlom.
Coftey' Photo Servie
Tot- 108. Ovr the Spa
Morria Optical Co. suwus-we
r. clery a moms. vh -Telephone
O llette . -Suit 310-11-ia
Lawyer Telephone 105
Ur. David B. Hill, Orthodontia
t litre igntening at irregular teetal
buita iOb. Hoars V to a
Lvery day exceyt Tnursday
Dm. O Neill k Burdetta, Optometrist
fhone eiS. 4U1-402-4O3-4O4-401
Ueo. R. Vehrs M. O, Physician Surgeon
Suite 603. TtL 2378-2378 Rea. 773
Rabin D. Day and Donald W. MUas
Attorney at Law
.'elephone 103.' f.10 611-611
Jr. C Ward Dav.a. General Dentistry
TeL 81. Evening by appointment.
Dr. IL B. Scofieid 80i
Chiropractor. Neuroca'omater Service
Dr. W. A. Johnson,
PLUMBING AND CENERi L REPAIR
work. Graber Broa 144 S. Liierty
BUSINESS OPPR. 48
FOR REr VERY DESlRtSLE BAT
tery aij ignition department space in
new downtown Super Service Station
Salem, available April 1st. Inquire
Box 107, Salem.
Have a client for a good welL lo
cated Service Station and Camp
Ground. What have you I
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
147 North Com'l bU
DO YOU WANT A GOOD
We have one that will make the buy
er good money. Grocery and Bakery fn
a good location and can b bought
rigat. Fixtures at about price and
time on them, all you have to pay for
is the stork, and it can ba reduced.
Don't pass this up But See J. D.
Sears at 841 State tit. Room 4.
A REAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
ATTENTION BUTCHERS, GROCERS
Large space for rant ground floor
lots of room for batehar ahop, gro
cery and ice cream parlor. Close to
statehouse grounds, block from P.O
Long lease, little money needed. Lo
cation is ideal wide street, parking
pace, on the way home for thouaanda
of people. Need man for each propo
sition, or someone who caa handle aU.
All replies treated as confidential. For
appointment sddrea Box (14)
eor -very i urpose, for every purse
All standard, sise. of Radio Tube.
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP, 385 Court
St. Tel. 488.
FOR SALE Houses 50
Strictly modern house with full
cement basement, furnace, fireplace and
breakfast nook ; on paved street. A good
buy at $3500. Possession given at
W. Q. Krueger
147 N. Com'l Phon 217
REAL ESTATE 51
For Sate. New modern 4 Room
house with new furniture. Choice lot.
pored St. North Salem. Owner going
Lasl and must sell. "$8160.00
F. L. WOOD. GEO. F, PEED
S41 Stat St.
Would take grocery stock ia
for equity on house aad lot.
location ia Salem.
Well-located farm equipped with
stock and machinery, has gFood well.
WU' or 8lm income property
Trad, ja.li f.n, elo MVewI
berg for house and lot ia 8ale-.su riea
from $000 to 84500.
484 Court St.
M. PAGE -Phone