The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 09, 1928, Page 7, Image 7

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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY MORNING,' MARCH 9, 1928
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462 fctat si. iWvtr. 1. Tel. 1004
CUAlilJLS SrCBLIS
210 Orrgun Bidg. 'let. 1935
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$04 5 First .Nsu rtank Bidg. Tel. 970
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TRIANliLK REALTY CO.
421 Court 61.
Tel. 651
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F, L. WOOO
$41 Slate St.
Tel. 794
REAL ESTATE 51
OWN VOCR OWN HOME, WILL FUR
nish let, finance you and build ac
orrdiiiK to rmir plans. You psy like
rent. Floyd Ellis, 2 Ti Stati Str.
UK)K SPECIAL
$-'i.-0 with small psyment down will
buy this dsudy 6 room plsstered Cot
tag', bssement and garage, beautiful
shade trer. 1 block to school and bus
line. Would consider a lot for equity,
l.rt us show you this now. SKK
I.KO X. CHILDS CO., Resltors
20 State Street Fhone 127
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6 RK AT EST TRADING OK9AKIZATION
ON THE PACIFIC COAST
We have over SOOO properties listed
fcr exca.tage. r.very kind of property.
erery pi ice, every location. We esa
- mat-!i your excbanga EXCTLY. If you
would like to trade your property TO
DAY, come in TODAY. See
OASKILL A EARLE. Realtors
166 S. Liberty. Tel. 124
63 acres, 55 new clover, good build
ings, $7500. Tske a home in Salem.
Thri-e room house, with bath, wood
shed, good lot. $1250.
. v strictly modern ail room, cor
ner '.ot. fine view, pared street. $5000.
O.uire two acre tract just outside
city, on pavement. $1000.
Six acres good land close in, small
house. $1050.
F. L. WOOD. GEO. F. PEED
341 CUte St.
$7500 for a close in Ideal one man farm,
good equipment, excellent stock
and new furniture. Part rash. A
l.,rr,in
$1400 for a good garage house, plumbing.
j iights and tuilet, garage bouse and
woodshed, nice location, easy
terms. ;
$2000 Clear Salem property acceptable
as first payment on a good 60
acre farm.
E. C. Holladay Square Deal Realty Co.
V. S. Bank Bidg.
4 room cottage, garage, fruit, paved
St., large lot. $1600. easy terms.
One Hsif A. tract, Bldgi., well, near
school. $750, easy terms.
28o At irrigated farm 8. Ore. RIdgs.,
fruit, stock and machinery. $10,000,
take acreage or residence.
80 A. near town. 8000 Cd. wood,
timber. $6000, terms.
Fine 15 A. suburban home, modern
bungalow, 10 A. bearing f raits and
berries, near Salem. $7500, take resi
dence. Ni.-e 5 A. suburban home closa in
for reiidence.
1'KKKIKE A MARSTER3
212 Gray Bldg.
$6250 Modern 7 room bungalow, oak
fi(Mr down stairs, close in in good
residence district, corner lot, fine
lawn, well locsted to school and
but. psving paid, $1000 down.
$4500 New and modern 6 room bungalow,
furnace, fireplace, garage, paving,
close to bua line, $1000 down.
$3500 New and modern 6 room bungalow,
everything you want, $250 down.
$2,700 ft room home on No. 5th St., in
fine condition, bath, garage, fine
l'-t. ciuse to bus and school, $800
down.
$1000 fur a 3 room bungalow, toilet, gar
age, good lot, $100 down, $20 par
niu. including interest.
Two furnikhed sod soma unfurnished
for rent.
M ELY IN JOHNSON
$20 U. 8. Bank Bldg. pbone 637
HAVE A HrAPPY HOME
by buying a little farm or lot in town,
building and developing your own home.
The happiest bird in spring Is the ona
which is busiest baiTding a nest take a
lesson.
V4 Acresnnsurpaase for fer
r tility and location: Just what .
yon want for market garden,
fruit and poultry. Price on
easy terms only.i $1500.00
10 acres. Not quite such excel
lent coil but close in. Suit
able for subdividing into 2Vi
or 5 acre tracts. Enough
lumber to bnild 8 small
houses. Price for all. $2400.00
fba following good vacant lots:
, Corners on Marlon Street
$300.00, ona next jto It 500.00
Another vacant lot in north part
town large enough for 8 good
'-, building spots. (Term a.)
, Price reduced to $ 525.00 I
a ft- A . ? 11.1 in I
1 ment walk in and pail for.
Price, on easy terms... $ 625.00
"'A splendid view lot on Fstr-
mount Hill, price and terms
, to ba arranged. .
If none of tha above suit wa have many
' -fathers. - Drop in at tha office or phone.
'If yon prefer the "Ready made" Home
jwa have soma exceptional bargains in
that Una;
: O.JC. Middleton
- , Heon 804 Oregon Bid". .Phone 280$
REAL ESTATE 51
GOOD LOT FOR AUTO. HALF BLOCK
north of Bute street, East Salem, paved
street, concrete sidewalk, - water, gal
and lewer . jonnectiona all paid; for
food late light ear. Addreaa "C"
Statesman Office..
Beat bur Salem, 5 large room
and sleep in j porch, furnace, fireplace,
built-in, dandy location, $8000, terms.
A little Jem, 4 rooms, oak floors,
fall lot. fornace. garage. Owner leav
ing. Price $2750. worth $3250;
$1000 cash will handle.
DeLAXO
290 N. Church Tel. 2830
Attractive thoroughly modern 4
rooni Kngliah type home priced a lit
tle below coat rood terms.
Now 4-room nearly finished for $260.
Hew 4-room without basement. ..$2250
Splendid T-room homo basement, '
furnace, thoroaghiy overhauled $3850
Terr comfortable 7 -room plaster
ed homo for . ..$2000
BARBER EOND
800 Gray Bid. . 125 If. Liberty
For Sale
$ 2000 Thirteen aeres on a paved high
way not far nab There is wood
ad water and U will asake
someone a beautiful home. Only
810OO dawn.
$ 1400 Four acres close la eaat f Sa
lem. There i a wall and two
acres in filberts. Pretty sita for
a anbarbnn home. Half cash.
$ 3330 Eleven acrea T miles from Sa
lem; 4-tMOi hoase. good barn,
fruit noose, and several acres
cherries, prunes, walnuts, in fine
condition.
$ 2500 Twenty-seven aeres five miles
from Salem. Fruit, running wa
ter, good pasture, some timber.
$1500 caah.
$11,000 For 260 acres with good set of
buildings, all fenced, running
water. 12 miles from Salem.
Only $3000 caah.
U. S. Realty Co.
442 State St. Tel. 2660
REAL ESTATE Trades 52
TO EXCHANGE
Apartment , house in Oregon City,
consisting of 9 furnished apartments
and 12 furnished sleeping rooms.
Price $9200. Will take heme in Salem
as. part payment.
W. U. KRUEGER
Phone C17 147 N. Com'L
One of Marion County 'a very best
ranches, containing 100 acre every
acre is producing. Modern improve
ments. Will exchange for Salem home
np to value of $7500.00, and good
terms on balance, or will exchange.
Stocked and equipped.
See SALEM REALTY CO.
462 State St.
SPECIAL
70 acre farm with- good bldgs.. lots
of fine timber, creek runs through
place. Would make a good Dairy farm.
Will take a good home in Salem as
.part, balance terms.
40 acres r.iles South of Salem, all
bottom land with running water. Price
$5000. Will trade for Idaho land or
Eastern Oregon.
6 room new house to trade for land
suitable, for pasture.
2 acres ou Cascade Drive. A fine
view of Salem and the Valley. A good
buy for $1200, or will trade for a small
house.
SEE Thomason with
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
REAL ESTATE Farms 53
80 ACKES 5 MILKir .TOUTH OF SALEM
for $4500, terras.. Pbone 505-W. Rt.
5, Box 13, Salem. Oregon.
CHOICE 5Q ACRE FARM NOT FAR OUT
on paved highway, most all cleared,
little timber, 2 wells. 6 room house,
new bam. outbidgs.'. electric lights,
pbone. 4 acres strswberries, prunes, -1
and family orchard, rail grain crop in.
1 mile to grade and high schools. Price
$6000, part terms. Write Box 210,
Statesman.
BARGAIN OX 25 ACRES AT $3000.
ALL UNDER CULTIVATION and
reai producing aoil too.
NEW 5 ROOM BUNGALOW AND
NEW BARN. 13 miles S.E. of Salem.
3 miles off pavement on good road
Close to country suore and Portland
cream station. This will go fast.
ANDERSON A RUPERT
163 S. H'gh ,
20 A. SNAP $2000
Owner must sell on account of old
age and heilth just a fine 20 A. of
good land about 1 '-v A. in strawber-
rifs. 2 A. fine young bearing Prune
orchard, neat and cozy 4 ttoom Douse,
Barn, chicken house, all fenced, on
good road, not far from town. If you
want a real snap See Mr. Bechtel and
Mr. Sears, 341 Stste St. Room 4.
WE WANT TO SHOW YOU
this fine 40 A. fsrm close to Salem that
ia fully equipped, 6 fine cows, 2 heif
ers, 2 fine large Horses and Imple
ments, all crop in and growing, $3500
will handle this place, balance time
payments.
FINEST STOCK A DAIRY FARM
223 A., two good houses Barns, si
lo, all equipped. Tractor, Truck. Im
plements, Stock, Crop, 14 acres in pep
permint, water, all year, also 400 A. of
free open paature, one of the best stock
and dairy farms in the valley. To aee
it sea Mr. Bechtel or Mr. Seara, 341
SUte St. Room 4.
YOU CAN TRADE FOR THESE
15 acrva of fine land with fair im
provements and half in small fruit 15
miles north,-, worth $3000, will trade
for small tract southern Oregon.
20 acrea of splendid land 20 miles
north, fair improvements, pears and
berries, worth $5000 and will take Sa
lem restaurant.
2 good acre 2 miles out worth $800
and will trade for automobile.
40 acres modern home, 80 acres ia
alfalfa, dairy barn and will take a clear
house for part pay.
McGILCHRIST A PENNINGTON
209 10 U. 8. Bank Bldg. - Phone 140
YOU CANNOT BEAT THESE FOR
PRICE
8 a. farm well located, in berries,
fruit, grapes, veatcb, cheap 4 rm.
house. $1400.
10 a. at edge of city on paved road,
garage house. $4000.
Several highly improved and equip
ped farms that illness and death in
family forest owners to sacrifice. Let
,us tell you more about these. Will take
city property.
29 a. has good buildings, creek, some
timber, fine logans, $5300 and will
take down prat, of $300 and easy
terms on remainder. Can yon beat
WINNIE PETTYJOHN. Realtor
175 8. High St,
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USED CARS For Sale 61
H0LL.YW00D
435 N. Commercial
New Car
Transportations
-4Jsed Car Prices-
PracticalIy All Late Models
Each Car Carefully Inspected
Bring Your Own Mechanic-
-Rem ember
You will always
SAVE $$$
At
HOLLYWOOD
Special Today
1927 Type Pontiac Landau Sedan
Bumpers Road Lite - Trunk Rack - Etc.
Mechanically inspected and O. K. $585.00
Call 027 Mr. Carney
Good Used Cars
1926 Chevrolet Coach, overhauled $400.00
1925 Star Touring, 4 wheel
brakes ,..$173.00
1926
6 Essex Coach, new tires.
overhauled $375.00
19.24 Studebaker Touring $2 1 5.00
1924 Stndebaker Special Six Se- '
dan $550.00
1922 Ford Coupe, new rubber $100.00
I Newton Motor Co.
Phona 1000 Opposite City Hall
Buy a Used Ford
from an authorized Ford Dealer and
every advantage is yours.
Come and see this selection of used
Fords:
1926 Tudor Sedan, Pyro-iyhn finish. .$375
1926 Touring, new tires, new paint. $250
1926 Roadster, with Ruckstell and
high speed - $180
1926 Roadster, with RnckstelL guar
anteed $250
Other Makes
Gardner, nearly new tires and paint. $200
Star Touring, nearly new tirea and
paint $115
Hudson Sedan $ 60
Overland Touring $ 50
Valley Motor Co.
Salem, Oregon
REAL ESTATE Farms 53
fc-ORCED TO SELL ONE OF MY FARMS,
i 12 acres well improved, near Hubbard.
; 129 acres dairy Alsea River bottom.
i Sell either at sacrifice, terms. Burch,
' Rt. 2, Hubbard, Ore.
i TRANSFER & HAULING 57
CAPTTAL CITT TRANSFER CO. 226
Slate St. Tel. 988. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty. Get
our rates.
Frank M. iNewton
Local and long distance hauling
Light Country hauling a specialty
TaL 663
We Move
Store and Ship
Household goods. Our specialty it
piano and furniture moving. We alas
make country tripa. We handle the best
Coal and Wood
Call on ua for prices. We give good
measure, good quality and good service.
Larmer Transfer Co.
TaL 980.
WATER
58
OREGON WASH. WTER SERVICE CO.
Offiea 304 Sontb Commercial St. Tea
par sent discount on domeatie flat rata
paid la advance, rio deduction tor an-
sence or any cause unless water ia shut
off your premises.
TRAVEL
59
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A Swift and Reliable Package Service
Courteous Attention From All Employeea
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Are a Few of the Offer r.gs Made
Ua Pnblie
By PARKER STAGES. INC.
Stage Leaving Times:
Dallas: 7 a. av, 9:10 a. m, 11:25 a. nu,
2:10 p. m., 5:15 p. nr. ,
Independence A Monmouth: T a. m
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p. nv. 8:30 p. m. (Sunday only.)
Silverton :7 a. m., lis. m., 6 p.m.
" Falls City, MeMinnville, Newberg. Hi 11s
. boro, Foraat Grove, Sheridan. Tilla
mook: 9:1 a. m., 2:10 p. .m., 6:15
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AUTOS WANTED 60
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USED CARS For Sale 61
Phone 1027
11926
Ford Coupe
Fine
condition, lots of extras, 1928 license,
reduced price today $235.00.
1925 Overland touring,
del car for only $125.00.
A late mo-
Terms if you wish.
147 So. Commercial St.
-
McKay's for Used Cars
With an O. K. That :
Counts
1924 Ford Coups $185.00
1923 Ford Coupe $100.00
1926 Chevrolet Touring $300.00
1923 Dodge Coupe -$275.00
1925 Dodge Sedan $600.00
1926 Overland 6 Coach $475.00
1926 Ford Roadster - $275.00
1926 Chevrolet Sedan $500.00
1927 Chevrolet Coach $550.00
130 N. Commercial. Tel. 1802
Douglas McKay
Chevrolet Company
High Grade
Used Automobiles
Exceptional Prices
Ford Tudor Sedan
. Star Sedan
'ford Coupe
Bnick Conpa '1926)
Dodu Roadster (1926)
Cadiliac Sedan Model 81
Buick Sedan (1926)
Dodge Sedan
Good used automobiles are offered
at prices that will suit yon. Call in
to see these fine cars. Terms if desired.
F. W. Pettyjohn Co.
365 North Commercial St. Telephone 1260
AFTER WE SELL WE SERVE"
Packard Oldsmoblle
Two off the Best
Read These Over
1926 Packard Clnb Sedan
1926 Packard Sedan Lika New
133 Packard Sedan, Bos Thi.
1926 Buick 8edan. A Bargain
1928 Oldsmoblle Landan Sedan
1928 Oldsmoblle Coups
1926 Nash Spec. Sport Rdst.
183 Packard Deluxe Touring. ..
$1900
, 1600
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725
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1927 Oldsmobila DeLuxe Coupe
1B4 Gardner Sport Touring.
1924 Studebaker Light Six
' Studebaker 6pee. Six Sedan
1924 Maxwell Coups. Sea This
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273
200
200
65
1925 Star Tonring
Overland Coups
For a Sedan
Wa always have a complete Una ef
good used cars and it will pay you to look
oar stock over before yon bay. Just
corns in and aee for yourself.
Capitol Motors Inc.'
BIDDY BISHOP
350 No. High St.
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NOTICE OP INTENTION TO IM
PROVE SOUTH 25tH STREET
FROM THE SOUTH LINE OF
STATE STREET TO THE
SUTH LINK OF LEE
STREET.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common. Council of the City of Sa
lem, Oregon, 'deems It necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
Ita purpose and Intention to Im
prove South 25th Street from the
south line ot State Street to the
south line of Lee ' Street, In the
City ot Salem, Marlon County,
Oregon, at the expense of the
Abutting and adjacent property.
except the Btreet and alley Inter
section!, the expense of which will
be assumed by the City of Salem,
Oregon, by ' bringing said portion
ot aald street to the established)
grade, constructing Portland ce
ment concrete curbs, and paving
said portion ot said street with a
slx-lnch Portland cement concrete
pavement, thirty feet In width. In
accordance with the plans and
specifications therefor which were
adopted by the Common Council
on the 20th day ot February,
1128, now on file In the office of
the City Recorder, and which are
hereby referred to and made a
part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares Its purpose and Intention
to make the above described Im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department
of the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil February 20, 1928.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication March
2, .1928.
Date of final publication March
14. 1928. M2tol4inc
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE WALNUT PARK AVE
NUE FROM THE EAST LINE
OF ROSE AVENUE TO THE
!' WEST LINE OF 24th STREET,
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove Walnut Park Avenue from
the east line of Rose Avenue to
the west line of 24th Street, in
the City of Salem, Marion Coun
ty, Oregon, at the expense of the
abutting and adjacent property,
except the street and alley inter
sections, tLe expense of which will
be assumed by the City of Salem,
Oregon, by bringing said portion
of said street to the established
grade, constructing Portland ce
ment concrete curbs, and paving
said portion of said street with a
six-inch Portland cement concrete
pavement, thirty feet in width, in
accordance with the plans and
specifications therefor which were
adopted by the Common Council
on February 20, 1928, now on file
in the. office of the City Recorder,
and which are hereby referred to
and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares its purpose and intention
to make the above described im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department
of the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 20th day of February,
19 28.
M. POUUSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication March
2, 1928.
Date of final publication March
14, 1928. ' M2tol4inc
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE KNAPPS PLACE
FROM THE EAST LINE OF
HIGH STREET TO NORTH
MILL CREEK.
Notice is. hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove Knapps Place from the east
line of High Street to North Mill
Creek, in the City of Salem, Ore
gon, at the expence of the abut
ting and adjacent property, except
the street and alley intersections,
the expense ot which will be as
sumed by the City of Salem, Ore
gon, by bringing said portion of
said street to the established
grade, constructing Portland ce
ment concrete curbs, and paving
said portion of said' street with a
six-Inch Portland cement concrete
pavement, twenty feet in width, in
accordance ; with the plans and
specifications therefor which were
uopted by : the Common Council,
on February 20, 1928, now on
file In the office of the City Re
corder, and which are hereby re
ferred to and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares its purpose and intention
to make the above described im
provement ! by and through the
street Improvement department of
the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 20th day of February,
1928. ,.'!
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication hereof
March 1, 1928.
Date of final publication March
13. 1928. ; DlyMltol3inc
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE MILL STREET FROM
THE EAST LINE OF
TWELFTH STREET TO THE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COM
PANT RIGHT OF WAV.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems It necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove Mill Street from the east
line of Twelfth Street to the
Southern Pacific Company Right
of Way, In the City ot Salem, Ore
gon, at the expense of the Abut
ting and adjacent property, except
the street and alley Intersections,
the expense of which will be as
sumed by the City of Salem, Ore
gon, by bringing said portion of
said street to the established
grade, constructing Portland ce
ment concrete curbs, and paring
said portion of said street with a
slx-lnch Portland cement concrete
pavement, forty-two feet In width,
in accordance with the plans and
specifications therefor which were
adopted by the Common Council,
on February 20, 1928, now on
file in the office of the City Re
corder, and which are hereby re
ferred to and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares Its purpose and Intention
to make the abpve described im
provement by and through the
street improvement department of
the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 20th day of February,
1928.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication March
1, 1928.
Date of final publication March
13, 1928. DlyMltol3inc
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE 17TH STREET FROM
THE NORTH LINE OF MAR
KET STREET TO THE SOUTH
LINE OF CONDIT'S ADDITION
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council' of the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems It necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove 17th Street from the north
line of Market Street, to the south
line of Condit's Addition to the
City of Salem, Marion County,
Oregon, at the expense of the
abutting and adjacent property,
except the street and alley inter
sections, the expense of which will
be assumed by the City of Salem,
Oregon, by bringing said portion
of said street to the established
grade, constructing Portland ce
ment concrete curbs, and paving
said portion of said street with a
six-inch Portland cement concrete
pavement, thirty feet in width, in
accordance with the plans and
specifications therefor which were
adopted by the Common Council,
on February 20, 1928, now on file
In the office of the City Recorder,
and which are hereby referred to
and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares its purpose and intention
to make the above described im
provement by and through the
street Improvement department of
the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 20th day ot February,
1928.
M.' POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication March
1, 1928.
Date of final publication March
13. 1928. DlyMltol3inc
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE HOWARD STREET
FROM THE EAST LINE OF
CHURCH STREET TO THE
WEST LINE OF BERRY
STREET.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems It neces
sary and expedient and hereby de
clares its purpose and Intention
to improve Howard Street from
the east line of Church Street to
the west line of Berry Street, In
the City of Salem, Oregon, at the
expense of the abutting and adja
cent property, except the street
and alley Intersections, the ex
pense of which will be assumed by
the City of Salem, Oregon, by
bringing said portion of said
street to the established grade,
constructing Portland cement con
crete curbs, and paving said por
tion of said street with a six-inch
Portland cement concrete pave
ment, twenty feet In width, in ac
cordance with the plans and spec
ifications therefor which were
adopted by the Common Council
on February 20, 1928, now on file
In the office of the City Recorder,
and which are hereby referred to
and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares its purpose and intention
to make the above described im
provement by and through the
street Improvement department of
the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 20th day of February,
1928.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication March
1, 1928.
Date of final publication March
13, 1928. DtyMltol3inc
CAME SPRING Atf
CRACKED ICE X
HEADED "WE SALiy
Pattica' tor home .
and we all agreed
TH&T 0 VfE NEVER
GrUNSPSED GCOTUi
UttO AGAIN IT
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE FIR STREET FROM
THE SOUTH LINE OP BUSH
STREET TO THE NORTH
LINE OF MILLER STREET.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of the' City of
Salem, Oregon, deems It necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and Intention to im
prove Fir Street from the south
line of Bush Street to the north
line of Miller Street, in the City
of Salem, Oregon, at the expense
of the abutting and adjacent prop
erty, except the street and alley
Intersections, the expense of which
will be assumed by the City ol
Salem, Oregon, by bringing said
portion of said street to the estab
lished grade, constructing Port
land cement concrete curbs, and
paving aald portion of said street
with a six-inch Portland cement
concrete pavement, thirty feet in
width, ln accordance with the
plans and specifications therefor
which were adopted by the Com
mon Council, on February 20,
1928, now on file in the office of
the City Recorder, and which are
hereby referred to and made
part hereof.
The Common Council hereb
declares its purpose and intention
to make the above described im
provement by and through the
street improvement department of
the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
ell the 20th day of February,
1928.
M. POULSEN. City Recorder..
Date of first publication March
1, 1928.
Date of final publication March
13, 1928. DlyMltolSlnc
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE WYATT COURT FROM
THE SOUTH LINE OF CEN
TER STREET TO THE SOUTH
LINE OF WYATT COURT.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove Wyatt Court from the south
line of Center Street to the south
line of Wyatt Court, in the City of
Salem, Marion County, Oregon, at
the expense of the abutting and
adjacent property, except thr
street and alley intersections, the
expense of which will be assumed
by the City of Salem, Oregon, by
bringing said portion of said
street to the established grade,
and constructing Portland cement
concrete curbs, and paving said
portion of said street with a six-
inch Portland cement concrete
pavement, twenty feet in width, in
accordance with the plans and
specifications therefor which were
adopted by the Common Council
on the 20th day of February, 1928,
now on file in the office of the
City Recorder, and which are
hereby referred to ard made a
part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares its purpose and intention
to make the a.bove described im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department
of the City of;;Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 20th day of February,
1928.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication March
2, 1928.
Date of final publication March
14, 1928. - M2tol4inc
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE 23rd STREET FROM
THE SOUTH LINE OF CEN
TER STREET TO THE SOUTH
LINE OF WALNUT PARK AD
DITION.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of Sa
lem, Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove 23rd Street from the south
line of Center Street to the south
line of Walnut Park Addition to
the City of Salem, Oregon, at the
expense of the abutting and adja
cent properly, except the street
and alley Intersections, the ex
pense of which will be assumed by
the City of Salem, Oregon, by
bringing said portion of said street
to the established grade, con
structing Portland cement con
crete curbs, and paving said por
tlon of said street with a six-inch
Portland cement concrete pave
ment, thirty feet in width, In ac
cordance with, the plans and spec
ifications therefor which were
adopted by the Common Council,
on February 20th, 1928, now on
file in the office of the City Re
corder, and which are hereby re
ferred to and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares Its purpose and intention
to make the above described im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department
of the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 20 th day of February,
1928.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication March
2. 192S.
Date of final publication March
14. 1928. M2tol4inc
By Ed Wheelan
-0FTER THSTDVS
APFOiNTMEKT VJE UBRE FORCED
TbXlBN OUR.
ATTENTION
1 To f
f
OREGON STATESMAN
AUTO C0NTEST
List of Candidates Re- '
ceived, Noon. Thurso "
March 8
Tae lie ef nominations inelntfes tness
names received np to noon Thursdsy.
The votes as shown do not necessarily in-
aie subject to verification.
District No 1, Ouy si Salei
flwinn Barhani
1.401,200 '
1, 400.085
sea. too
04.800
1,4S1,64 ,
T01.800
Geo. B. Canaey
t'barlee Claxtata
Neva B. CooUy
Mrs. 11. E. Doaaldfsm
Tom Downs
Dorothy Eaitridrs
Mrs. Elliott
Ralph Eyre
Edith Findlay
Clarence r'aas
alra. Leo Cranks
Eva Goff I
1.02S.8OO
94S.800
1,517.800 .
S44.OC0 .....
S3 1.400
1.SM.500
427.S00 r. .v
J14.W0O
477.200 s - '
e.6O0
T00.S00 'v4
Tit. 400 ?
l.14.00v .
70S.S00
169.800 i
912.400 -
1,516,000 w-'f
1,224.400.
... . ...
Beraice Godsey
Kussnll Gentry
Bertha Halaeth
Sarah Halvorsea
Clyde Harniaa
Mrs. C. Hooesrhyda
Joseph Johnson
Mrs. r.. K la west
Kdrsr Kins
Oladya UacDonald
Pin McDowell
Hasel MeMoms
Mrs. Henrietta Martindal
I.OIS.BOTV i-i f
t.418,218
Mr. James Moormst
4U.OOI
1,41400
681.400 r
1.428.900 1,470,800
1,501.400 ,
1,254,6(14
iO 1.400 . '
1,518,800 J
625,0 j"
818.800 i"
1,51 1,18 J ? '
1.50H.20O
T.352.094
1.504.400 v
Si.HOa
l,518,Ot - V
Lane Morley
Robert Newbnrrh
Mrs. Orvilla Oflesby
Kldon Slavens
Carol Smith
Ted Snyder
Kthel Htarkey
Mre. i Geo. Tucker
Oeorxe Vedney
Maxwell White
Mrs. Mildred M"ic(rand
Rose i J, Wilkes
Mrs. V. L. Wilson
Beulah Witsel
rhesBer Lavera Wiltsa
Mae Young
Pistnct No. 2 (Outside City ef Salem): f
Mareare
t Bernsrdini 1.503.4S1 7
oris Harnett
1,517,000
Olaf Ulixseth
Sirs. Dora Bolter
l. B. Bnydston
iarnsy Caoipbell
Mrs. ;L. H. Cobb
Kobert Canoell
airs.' Downing
rhtlaia lUugon
lolin: llxugrn
H. L. Holland
Hr. J. JI. Johnston
Harlan .ludd
Kloyde Wot all
lclres McKinnoa
. W. Powell
.fids Parrihh
Nina Williams
04'.'. 600
247.000
1,502.810
702.800
1.18J.800
UU 1,800
648,600
1,520,800 :
B98.6O0
1,508,000
1,497,600
610,800
718.400
l,517,fiOO
458.J00
1,518,400
1.617.OO0
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Salem Markets
QHAIN
No. 1, wheat, white
Rd wheat, sacked r
Oats, per bu. millinf...
1.2l
$1.1
I .63
POBK, MUTTON AND BEEF
lop hogs ,
Sows ,.
Top steei s .
-Cows
Bpring lsmhs
Dresed veal ,
Dressed hoga
8.60
06(J.07
Hf(j.l3
03ra.07
ooij.ia
.18
.11
POULTRY
Light hens ...
Heavy hena ...
180.15
19&S.21
Springs ...16a i7
Broilers ...18.20
EOOa. BUTTEH. BUTTEBFAT
Rtsndsrds .2t
Butterfat .49
Print Butter .41 .49
VEGETABLES
Beets, sscked
.OS
New cabbage 04'. i
i-otstoea ?1.80, f I BB, $1.25
Celery, bunches $1.35(31.75
Sweet potatoes 07
New potatoes 15
Rejuvensted potatoes -.10
Local onions $2.751 3.50
O J o
i General Markets I
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PRODUCE
POKTLAXD, Ore. March 8. (AP).
Butterf.it steady: 44c station, 4jC track,
52c fob Portland.
Poultry steady; heavy hons 22(ii24c;
light 15rf?20c; springs 2021r; broil
ers 23ra25c; pekin white docks 30c;
colored nominal; turkeys alive 25 W 27c.
Onions higher; local $3.16(8.25 per
rwt; potatoes steady; 75efl.t3 sack.
LIVESTOCK .
PORTLAND. Ore.. March 8. f AIM. -
Catt!e steady; 110 receipts.
iirs steady; receipts . all direct.
Khcep steady; no receipts.
PORTLAND, Ore.. March 8. (AP).
Wheat bldjs: BBB hard white March. ;'
April $1.4; hard white, bine stem, baart, . ,
March $1.34H. April tl.34: federatinn.
soft white, western white, all $1.32;
hard winter, western red si! $1.20V4;
northern spring $1.27. " ' ;
Oats, No. 2. 36 pound W. F and ditto "
gray March, April $45. ,
Harlcy, No. 2, 45 pound B. W, all $41.
Corn. No. 2. F. T. ahinment M.r-h
$40, April $39.50: ditto Ho. 8 M.rrh
$39.25. April $38.75. 1
amruu, Bumasra an fel. '
HAT ' '
PORTLAND. Ore., March 8(AP). . f
Hay buying prices: Kastern Ore von tim- .
othy $20.50M21- ditto valley $18(918.. i - !
ov; auaiia iBt.; oat hay $14.50
rJ15; straw $9 per ton. Helling prices 4
f 2 a ton more. 1
DAIRY
PORTLAND, Ore.. March 8. (AP). ,
Dairy Exchange, net pricea:
Butter, extras 44e; standards 3Kie: '
prime. firsts 43; firsts 41 He. "
W extras S4c: firsts 22- nedinm
extras 22c; medium firsta 19e.
FRUITS AND VX GET ABLE 8
PORTLAND. Ore.. M.rrk a lisi . . .
Banana nrieea hava rmemAmA n.:J.t.
the last few days. It is ona of the an
nual contests of competing shipping in- " '
terests for the banana business s!T this ,
territory and they are being sold 6(8e
ner nonnd. rWlrf. ..v....l. : .
: - " ' "J. rrceiTcn , . .
by express are 00 tha marks at 0e per .
'ii'- supplies ars slirhtlv in.
creased and ths market is. weaker bu V-j
Dricea are nraetir.ll nn.h.. oi
ach from California ia bringing $86 3.50 I
. urros S(OCK Is Sffer
ed but' most of it i.
quality: Broccoli Is slightly weaker with .
most or the number ons stock moving
sround $1.50 per crate. .".
- CHICAGO ORAIr
CHICAGO. Msrch 8 (IP) vl-.a.
spread rain falling over domestic- win-
ter wheat territory and , dispelling dry W
weather complaints led to lower prices
today for wheat. Farm reaervs furores
from Waahincton which cam. mttmr k.
close were construed as bullish en corn
oui aooas as expeeiea relative to wheat.
The finish for wheat was nasettled 4
to 1 8-8e net lower; with ertrn "nn
changed to 8-8c op and oats l-8 t
t( on. , .
ANNOUNCEMENT: . ,
Sealed proposals will be re
ceived at the olflce of E. M. Smith. .
, . . . . .
Dusinesi manager, acting lor toa
Board of Resents of the State
Agricultural College. Cor Tallis.
Oregon, until 2:30 P. M. March
9, 1928. for the General Work, :
Plumbing and Heating, Electrical
Work, Elevators,' Mnoieum Floor
ing, of the Men's Dormitory Build
ing, to be erected on the College -
Campus, Corrallis, Oregon. - Bids
will be opened at ft meeting of (he
Building Committee of the Board, '
to be held in the ..office of the '
President in the Commerce Build-
ing, at Z : 30 P. M.. the same day. ,
a-All-" work and , Materials must -y'.':;
conlorm to the plans andepecin
c&tions therefor on file at the of
fice of the Architects. Benbes and
Herxog, 1040 Chamber of Com
merce Building, Portland, Oregon,
and at the office ot EL M. Smith;
Corrallis, Oregon. ; F29toM8inc,
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