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The New Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Thursday, August 16, 1928
VERT I SING
15,000 Fans At Brooklyn
Ball Field Register Their
By EDWARD J. NEIL
Associated Pre SporU Writer
BROOKLYN; N. Y.. Aug. 15-
(AP). One careless left swing to
the body, landing deep in foul
territory below the broad waist of
huge Roberto Roberti, tonight
cost ' rubbery - Johnny Risko as
many defeats as be . gathered in
Tex Rlckard's entire heavyweight
. That one pnnch, landing in the
giant Italian's groin after one
minute and 39 seconds of fight
ing in the sixth round of the first
of Humbert J. Fagazy's new elim
ination series, sent Roberti writh
ing to the floor, unconscious, but
Tictor oyer the Cleveland giant
killer on a foul.
Risko Far Outweighed
"Trouble Roberti," scaling 221
pounds to a meager 187 for the
durable Bohemian was the first
of the man-mountains that hare
come along In Rlsko's career and
passed by with their shields, rath
er than on them. Despite that
Risko, according to the Assoelat
. ed Press score sheet,-had a clear
margin in three of the fire full
rounds fought while Roberti won
the first two. j
The wildest sort of controversy
greeted the rerdict. For a full
fire minutes after Roberti, groan,
lng in pain, was lifted over the
ropes and carried to his dressing
room, the crowd of more than
15,000 in the National league ball
yard stood and registered its dis
. approval in a storm of boos and
hisses that rolled bajgk and forth
across the field.
Seems O. K. to Fans
To many of the ring siders it
appeared that Risko, solving the
giant Italian's attack to a nicety
aod shaking him up constantly
with sweeping hooks to the bead,
had smashed his left hand full in
the pit of Roberti's stomach as
the massive fellow bounded in
from the ropes. The Italian
floundered to the floor, seemingly
unconscious, and made no attempt
to claim foul until the: referee
awarded-him the victory'' Then
he was a picture of agony.
Looming over Risko as only
George Godfrey, the huge negro
has in a local ring, Roberti
smashed the Cleveland pretzel
bender around the ring in the first
two rounds with a long left jab
and even longer right cross that
puzzled the baker. Before John
ny warmed up to his task of out
galloping these gigantic upstarts,
- Roberti had drawn a stream of
blood from his lips.
Comes Back Strong
Risko leaped on his foe like a
terrier assaulting a wolfhound in
the third round, leaping in with
. left swings to the body .that
rounded ' all over the arena. In
close, although Roberti with his
great strength tossed him about
like a sack of potatoes, Risko cuf
fed at a patch over the Italian's
The margin increased in John
ny's favor as the battle eased
through the fourth and fifth ses
ions and the fighting became
more vicious. Roberti fought
carefully, laying back behind a
long left, waiting to end the fray
with one zooming right hand
punch to the chin, .lie was very
cautious, and Risko, with his
leaping, plunging attack, kept the
Roberti Not So Bad
Despite the blow that laid him
- low, Roberti proved tg the turn
out of the faithful that he is i
vastly improved battler, capable
of stepping into the elimination
tournaments here and there with
no danger of disgracing the Ital
An effort will be made, Fugazy
announced after the bout, to re
matcn tne pair as stx as possible
Tom Heeney, unsuccessful chal.
lenger for the heavyweight crown
Gene Tunney now has forsaken.
made his final bow for tbs time
being to the American, fight pub
lic.' He showed no marks of his
losing fight less than two weeks
ago and received a tremendous
cheer. - He will leave tomororw
for a few months' stay in New
Zealand. - -'
The-' official 'figures showed
that the match drew one of the
largest gate of the season, $42.
St. More than 20.000 paid ad
i . v- . " .1 ' ' i ' . . ,
COLTON. Calif., Aug. 15.
(AP) Mrs. Lee Fo'urrier, 36
year old mother of two boys to
night paddled past the 35 hour
mark of her attempted 0 hour
swim to capture the world's en
durance championship, still swim
ming strongly and likely to break
the present record, -her handlers
believed. . ;.-:'.;.'
At five o'clock tonight Mrs.
Fourrier had swum for 3 5 . hours,
having started her record attempt
at t a. m. yesterday. To attain the
mark of SO hours she has set for
herself she most swim to o'clock
tomorrow ' nieht. while . to break
the present record of 54 hoars, 23
minutes, held by Mrs. Myrtle Hud
dleston , of Mattoon, Ills., v she
must " remain "in constant motion
In the open air Colton plunge un
til past noon . tomorrow.
Mrs. Fourrier's trainer said to
night that she -seemingly -was in
fine condition, - and showing: no
signs of weakening. Rather than
slackening her swimming gait, as
Uuy hours passed, she j. has, - in
stead, maintained a pace that Is a
kU tast. k saU. .
IN FDR HOURS
In Uiis cttrner, bulk and K"ntltmn, we have Mr. and Mm. Tom
Hrcry. You may rniM-fnlx-r Tom m the Australian "Hard Rock"
who cracked under tbe fisticaffs of diampioB Gene Tunney at Yan
kee Btadulm. But there were no spectators, nor even a radio book-up
when tbe knockout cams in the Cupid-Heeney bout. Tom and Bf iss
Marion Dunn, of Port Washington,
ried and this picture snows them
consented to poao for photographers. .
Both Lose in American
NEW YORK, Ang. 15. (AP)
Red Faber was practically in
vincible, barring Babe Ruth's forty-fifth
home run in the fourth.
and the White Sox made it two
straight over the Yankees here to
day, 8 to 4.
Score: R II E
Chicago 8 9 2
New York A 8 2
Faber and Crouse; Pipgras,
Johnson, Moore and Bengough,
Athletics Lose 0-3
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 15.
(AP) Detroit dealt another blow
to the Athletics pennant hopes by
winning the second straight to
day. to 3. Philadelphia led in
the eighth when Detroit scored
tour runs on three hits and two
Score: " R H ' E
Detroit 6 9 0
Philadelphia 3 7 2
Gibson, Smith and Hargrave,
Shea. Qulnn and Cochrane.
Senators Take Another
WASHINGTON. Aug. 15.
(AP) Washington made it two
straight from St. Louis by winning
OAKS BY2 TOO
Fullerton Too Much For Vis
itors, Yielding Only
Four Small Hits
PORTLAND, Ore.. Aug. 15.
(AP). The Oaks were helpless
today before the fast ball of. Cur
tis Fullerton, recently acquired by
Portland in a trade sending El
mer Smith and Johnny Couch , to
Hollywood, and the Beavers won,
2 to 0. Fullerton yielded only
four scattered hits and struck out
Cooper and Read;
R. H.. E.
.0 4 2
.2 12 0
Seals Onsfa Angela
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 15.
(AP). The San Francisco Seals
batted out a 13 to S victory at the
expense of three Los Angeles
pitchers here today in a game that
was marked by five home runs.
It was San Francisco's second
straight wla. . - --
Score: R. H.- E.
San Francisco 13 If 0
Loa Angeles ........ . 5 13 1
Moody and Sprinx. Reed: Plitt.
Weathersby, Osborne and War
ren. : - -
Indians Shade Sacs
SEATTLE. Aug. 15. (AP).
Seattle bested Sacramento 4 to 3
today by bunching five hits in the
second for -three runs and adding
another tally in the third on two
singles and a sacrifice fly. The
last six Innings saw tight pitch
ing duel between Vinci and Cole.
Score: R H. E.
Sacramento 3 10 0
Seattle . . . . 4 13 1
Vinci and Severed; Cole and
Stars Whip Bells Again
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 15.
(AP). -Hollywood's Stars made
it two straight over the Missions
today hy rapping Ernie Nevers
for 10- hits and a 6 to 1 victory.
Five homers enlivened .the pro.
ceedlngt. They were contributed
by McDanlel -of the Missions, and
Heath, : Ostenbnrg, Twombly, Lee
and Smith, all. of .Hollywood.
: Score:-- SW"-. R. H. '. XL
Hollywood ..V... 6 10 i 1
Missions V.. I I
McCabe and Basal er; Nevers
and Sypher. ' : , .n k- v-V -
. Women who use lipstick and
eye-brow pencil may do longer be
assumed in Germany to be ? of
donbtfal morality, the supreme
court of Lipxig holds. . , .
and His Bride
;.9vj -e 1
J J V x
Ion; Isiand, were secretly mar
In a New York hotel when they first
the second game of the series 4
to 3 today.
Score: R H E
St. Louis 3 11 0
Washington 4 10 1
Gray and Schang; Braxton and
Cleveland Wins 7-0
BOSTON, Aug. 15. (AP)-
Clcveland shut out the Red Sox
7 to 0, in the third game of the
series here today.
Score: R H K
Cleveland 7 11 1
Borton 0 8 3
Saute and L. Sewell; Griffin.
Harris and Berry.
W Ij Pct.l
Sc'to SI 14 .689Minion
Holly 'd 29 IS .644 1 Lot A.
Sn I. 28 17 .622rortlnd
Oaklaad 29 21 .580) Seattle
W L Pet.
21 24 .467
T9 26 .422
16 29 .356
12 33 .267
W Ij Pet.
St. U 70 42 .625PitUb'h
X. Y. 63 42 .600 Brook -n
Chicago. 64 SO .561Boton
Cincina. 62 49 .S5Philad.
W Jj Pet.
58 60 .492
55 57 .491
32 69 .317
29 74 .282
W I. Prt.
77 S7 .675Chier
72 41 .637 Detroit
59 57 .509! Wash.
W I, Prt.
52 62 .456
50 62 .446
51 4 "t
42 71 .872
Clevel d 53 62 .461'Bottoa
COAST SCORES TESTE RDAT -At
Portland: Portland 2; Oakland 0.
At Lot Angelec: Saa Franeicco 13;
Lot Aorelei 5.
At Sao Francisco: Hollywood 6; Mil
At Seattle: Seattle 4; Sacramento 3.
NATIONAL SCORES YESTERDAY
At St. Louie St. Louit 7: Boston S.
At Pittsburgh: Brooklyn 6; Pituburrh
At Cincinnati: Cincinnati 11; Philadel
phia 4. .
At Chicago: Chicago 6; New York 5.
AMERICAN SCORES YESTERDAY
At Washington: Washiagton 4; St
At Boatoa: Cleveland 7; Boston 0.
At Philadelphia: Detroit 6; Philadel
At Now York: Chicago 8; Now York 4.
Syd Cohen, brother of Andy
Cohen with the Giants, is having
hard-time keeping a job In pro
baseball. : He's receiving a trial
with Beaumont In the Texas
Rumor has it that Tris Speaker
will acquire an interest rn the
Dallas Texas League club and will
manage that club next season.
-Bobby Reeves, with the Sena
tors, Is an erratic player. He al
ways makes astonishing' plays in
a game, but also comes through
with most astonishing and costly
errors at other moments.
Recent batting averages for the
Southern League showed that
practically twothirde of the play
ers in the league were hitting
above the .300 mark.
Buck Halloran, the - collegian
from Alabama who joined the
Cleveland Indians this summer, Is
at New Orleans on option. - He It
said to. have been quite a battet
in college circles.
George Dawson, one of tbe best
amateur golfers In the east and a
recent conqueror of George
Voight, got his start in athletics
under Bob Zuppke at Illinois.-
. Young Strlbbling has hie claim
in for the throne vacated by Gene.
The rest of the line will form to
the right.- please.
As yet Joe Beckett hasn't put In
a claim for the title, but that says
O'Goofty; is probably because be
hasn't heard that Gene was out
Golfers don't have to , wait on-1
til. the hunting-. aeason Jo shoot j
-Bud .Xlouser, young LoTXa.
geles dentlsV-eopped the Olympic
discus championship, proving that
yosih vSJ Hats iXa XUac "
Giants Lose To Cubs But St
Louis Wins Over Bos
ton's Team "?
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 15. (AP)
The Cardinals increased their
league leadership to 3 games by
winning from the Boston Braves
today 7 to 3. while the Giants lost
to. the Cubs.
Score: R H C
Boston 3 7 2
St. Louis 7 12 2
R. Smith, Barnes and Spohrer;
Betts and Gaston.
Robins Beat Pirates
PITTSBURGH, Aug. 15. (AP)
Although dazzy Vance failed to
last the game, he won his sixth
straight as the Robins shaded the
Pirates 6 to 5 In the third contest
of the series today.
R H C
S 11 0
5 12 2
Vance, Petty and
Gooch, Hemsley; Fussel, Dawson
CINCINNATI, Aug. 15. (AP)
The Reds pounded three Philadel
phia pitchers today to win 11" to
Score: ' R H E
Philadelphia 4 9 4
Cincinnati yll 14 0
Ring. Ferguson, McGrew and
Davis; Kolp, Rixey and Pienich.
Giants Shaded 0-8
CHICAGO, Aug. 15. (AP)
The Cubs pounded Joe Oenewlch
and Jim Faulkner for three runs
in the ninth today to nose out the
Giants 6 to 5 and even the series
at one victory for each team.
Score: R H E
New York 6 13 2
Chicago 10 0
Genewich, Faulkner and Hogan;
Bash, Jones and Hartnett, Blake.
miPS 'BIG BILL
RYE. N. T., Aug. 15. (AP)
In the most surprising day of ten
nis the eastern turf court cham
pionships ever have brought
forth, big Bill Tilden and Frank
Hunter, No. 1 and 2 in the na
tional ranking and first two seed
ed players in the tournament were
eliminated in the quarter final
round today. Both were defeated
in straight sets, Tilden losing to
Frits Mercur, of Bethlehem, Pa.,
6-4, 6-3, after Hunter had been
downed by 19 year old Berkeley
Bell of Austin, Tex. 6-4, 7-5.
After the first set, Tilden ob
viously was not trying very hard
to defeat the former Lehigh play
er. His performance was far from
his best and his heart did not
seem to be in the match. In ad-
lition, Mercur always a danger
ous opponent, was playing at the
top of his game.
TO CONTEST TODAY
Thie afternoon at 2 o'clock the
girls of the three city playgrounds
will meet at the 14th street play
grounds for their track meet. The
directors of the three grounds are
especially anxious for the parents
of the children to attend, and will
welcome anyone Interested. The
girls have been practicing for
On Saturday morning the little
rlrta at 14th almt will tV. ,
short hike from the playgrounds
to some beach across the Wil
lamette river. Miss Neptune will
direct tbe hike, and requests
everyone to be at the playgrounds
not later than 8:30. On Friday
afternon Louie Anderson will take
the boys on a hike, leaving the
grounds at 1 o'clock. Mr. Ander
son said yesterday that every hoy
should bring his supper, his swim
ming suit and a nickel. ,
'' On Saturday afternoon there
will be a bicycle race on the rtaek
at 14th street, for thr benefit of
newsboys. Every fellow must have
his sack on his hike,, and be on
hand by 1:30. Prizes announced
Include a pair of bicycle pedals and
a bicycle bell.
Miss Esther Lisle, director at
Yew Park, will conduct badge
tests of the second series for both
boys and girls on Saturday after
noon, and Miss Neptune at 14th
street will give the tests to girls
only on the same day.
Shows Up Well
fmm D.Aklv. already won the second half title,
- n irejminarj'jwlll be arranged.
BROOKLYN. N. Y.. Aug. 15.'
(AP) Amedeo Grillo. newcomer
to the light heavyweight ranks
from Italy, made an impressive
American debut tonight by whip
Ding Charley Sherer, of Sandus
ky. Ohio in a six round prelimin
ary to - the Robertl-RIsko ' heavy
weight match. "- ...'' -y-:
Grillo. lithe, brown-skinned and
a capable puncher witbr'eitber
band, 'battered . Sberef badly
about the . body. The Ohio- yonug
ster was In distress both . In the
fifth and sixth rounds.' There
were no knockdowns. . Grillo
weighed 172. Sherer Its.
Hamr Wills. enee challenger
for -Jack " Dempsey's crown, acted
as a second for' Grillo and prom
Ised to do the same for Roberto
Roberti, the Italian giant, in the
main boat of the night with
Johnny Bisk. . . ...
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FOR LEASE: Rooming and
boarding house, furnished. $70
per mo., boarders thrown in. Ger
trude J. M. Page, 484 Court St.
SEMI modern 5 room house.
Cheap. Inquire 435 S. 22nd.
MODERN three room house
partly furnished. A. J. Anderson,
440 N. Water. Phone 657.
1610 Tile Road $20.00
1970 S. Church 20.00
1165 N. 4th 25.00
1885 Fairgrounds Rd. ... 25.00
879 N. Cottage 30.00
328 Rural 35.00
5 A. tract 25.00
W. G. KRUEGER
147 N. Com'l Phone 217
FOR RENT 7-room house,
918 Trade St.
5-ROOM modern house. 1590
S. Church St. Phone 782-W.
FURNISHED 5-room house.
Close in, $40.00. Phone 461-J.
FOR RENT OR SALE New 7
room house located on Liberty
road 2 blocks from bus. 1 acre
ground, lots of fruit. If interest
ed see Owner at Luthy's Jewelry
store, 325 State.
FOUR-room house. Good con
dition. Call 1540 State street.
FOR RENT, Houses and apart
ments. F. L. Wood. 341 State.
VERY desirable strictly mod
ern six room lower apartment.
3 ROOM furnished apartment
775 N. Cottage.
4-ROOM furnished apartment,
lower floor. 923 S. Com'l.
TWO well furnished apartments
cheap. 2261 Hazel. Phone 193-W
FURNISHED and unfurnished
3 room apartments. Virginia
Apartments, 879 N. Liberty.
NICE furnished first flooi
ipartment. 590 Union.
SULLIVAN TO PLAY
IN SALEM SUNDAY
Joe Sullivan, who was expect
ed to join the Salem Senators laat
week, will be with the team when
it plays Bend here Sunday, .man
ager Leo Edwards announced
Wednesday Joe arrived at his
home In Newberg that day. He will
be used at second base and Keber
will be shifted to third, according
to Edward's present' plana.
It is probable that a meeting of
the Willamete Valley league willj
be held in Salem Sunday follow
ing the Bend game which is the
last on the second half schedule.
At this meeting the play off for
tbe first half title and the three
game series between the winner of
the first half and Bend, whieh has
' Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
ty "Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Marion, his duly
verified Final Account, as tbe Ad
ministrator with the Will Annexed
of tbe estate" of Benjamin A. Pag
els. deceased, and that said Court
hae fixed Tuesday, the 21st day of
August, 1928, at the hours of ten
o'clock A. M. of said day, as tbe
time, and the County Court Room
in the County Court House at
Salem, in Marion County, Ore
gon, as the place for hearing said
final account and all objections
thereto. ' f-.vr ....K!l' -
; Salem, Oregon this
19th day of July, 192$. , .
, . 4R0tNAL C. GLOVER.
Administrator with tbe Will An
nexed of the Estate of Benjamin
V Panels, deceased. . .
Electric Ranges and Refrigeration
High class residential district
Cheerful, attractive and light
3 Room furnished ..$50.00
2 Room furnished $37.50 & $40.
1 Pullman now vacant. ... $30.00
3 Room unfurnished $40.00
2 Room unfurnished $32.50 & $35
550 N. Summer
PATTON APARTMENTS Cory,
clean, comfortable, nicely fur
nished, private bath. Steam heat.
Down town district. Reasonable
in price. For inspection call Pat
ton's Book Store.
E DGE WATER APTS: New con
crete bldg.. electric ranges and
refrigeration; HW floors; hotwa
ter heat; river view. Cor. King-
wood Ave. and Edgewater St.
See O. K. De Witt or Earl Jensen.
NEW FURNISHED apartment
2361 Hazel. Phone 193 0-W.
FURNISHED Bungalow Apt., in
Palmer Court Sept. 1st. Ul-
rich & Roberts. 129 N. com.
Phne 1354 or 284-R.
GOOD office room, also sleep
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SLEEPING room. Close ii
$11.00. Phone 585-W.
ATTRACTIVE BUYS IN HOMES
17350 Modern un to date 5 room
home located at 2000 S
Hig-b Street, large corner
lot. nurchaeer to assume
bonus loan balance in cash
S2400 Attractive 4 room modern
home at 1510 N. 19th SL
$650 cash balance time.
$3250 New modern 4 room home
with full cement basement.
furnace. fireplace, oak
floors, garage, paved street.
well located, $250 down
balance $35 per month to
include interest. LET US
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2X400 Good 11 room home well
located on Court SL, mod
ern in every way. $2000
down, balance terms.
$1500 4 room home located 2385
Myrtle Ave. $500 cash,
balance mortgage to be as
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paved street, garage, fire
place, oak floors, $100
down, balance . monthly.
SION. LET US SHOW YOU OUR SE
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W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
134 S. Liberty St.
A CHANCE TO GET YOUR
New Bungalow of 4 large
heerful rooms and nook, plenty
of built ins, nice bath room with
best of plumbing, electric lights
ind wiring for electric range and
hot water heater, good well, gar
ige and woodshed. 1 acre of good
'and and on a paved road. Price
$3200 with little down and bal.
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
120 State Street Phone 1727
NICE HOME. FINE
5 large rooms, built-ins, fire
place, basement and furnace, gar
ige. Owner moving on farm and
will reduce price to $4500, cash
$500, bal. easy. Will take good
;ar as part.
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
120 State Street Phone 1727
4-ROOM new, southeast, paved
street, $1900, terms.
3 -room, nearly new, garage, al
most any terms, $2100.
5-room, strictly modern, good
ocation, a real, home, $3700
6-room, strictly modern, new,
J3 7 50, good terms.
Beautiful new, strictly modern
7-room, north front home, $4750.
A real home.
200 Gray Bldg. 125 N. Liberty
$500 DOWN $40 a month.
'ew modern home. Large f ur
lace, fireplace, hardwood, etc. 5
arge rooms finished. Unfinished
ipstalrs. Paving, walks, lawn,
etc. ' Immediate possession. Price
ut from $5250 to $4750...
BECKE & HENDRICKS .
19 N. High St .
NEW BUNGALOW SNAP -Brand
new modern 6 rooms:
Hardwood floors, fireplace, fur--lace,
best of plumbing. A real
?4000 home for $3250, terms. .
hat you can buy for less than you
ould build. Cozy 4 R. plastered
ungalow, has bath, lights, shade,
'or $1500 with a small payment
town, balance like rent ' You can
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BECHTEL or SEARS
141 State St Room 4
800for a 2 room home., lights,
water, woodshed, large lot.
- some fine trees, $50 down.
11800 5 room home, lot 50x125,
lots of fruit, paving and a
good location. $100 down.
$2200 A furnished home, large
- lot and lots of fruit, $100
down $25 per ino includ
$3200 A new bungalow.. 2 bed
. ' rooms and sleeping porch,
breakfast room, nice fire-
, place, fine lot, garage,
- $200 down. -
$4200 5 room bungalow in N. Sa-
, lem, basement, furnace, all
. V'oak floors, garage and pav-
ing. $500 down. . ?
$1000 Modern 7 room bungalow.
. -. oak floors, garage, paving
- and - line . location, $ 7 5 0
- down. . . . - -
$S0O Fine aome. at $45 Hood
St.. large lot. double gar-
age, close . to school, etc.,
$5000 to loan at SV.
320 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 137
60 ACRES 20 fruit.. Stocked
or no stock, snares or caso. net
. b ri m
erence required. 710 N. High.
FOR SALE Farm of 152
acres; so m cultivation; spring
and well water; lots of fruit; 7
acres strawberries: 60 acres tim
ber; gravel road, 10 miles from
Salem. Four horses, two caws,
three hogs, chickens and tools go
at $7000. U. S. Realty Co., 442
State St. Tel. 2660.
50 ACRE FARM SNAP
Was $8500. Now $6500
45 A. plow land, 5 A. ash swail
and pasture. Good 6 R. house.
new large barn. Poultry house
on paved highway one mile goo
town, high school. Thie farm k
most ideal for poultry, turkeys,
berries, fruit, grain, hay, stock or
dairy farm. If you are looking
for a snap see
341 State St Room 4
40 ACRES 12 acres in cultiva
tion. Balance easy, clear fine riv
er bottom, to exchange for small
acreage or city property. Salem
Realty Co., 462 State St.
FOR SALE: "
375 acre sheep ranch,-150 acres
in cultivation, good buildings, ZOO
head of good ewes, 16 miles from
Salem. Price $20,000. $7500
cash, balance time at 6 int.
W. H. GRABENHORST tt CO.
134 S. Liberty St.
DAIRY FARM WANTED
Want stocked and equipped
Dairy farm np to $40,000.00.
Have California. Eastern Oregon,
or Coast property to offer, in part
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
Realtor Loans Insurance .
147 N. Commercial, Salem, Ore.
HIGHLY improved ranch, Mt.
Angel, fine hop yard rented at the
present time $14.00 per acre; 114
A. in cultivation, fenced and cross
fenced in woven wire, place well
watered with running stream.
Owner wishes small place near Sa
lem, get this place for it brings
H. C. SHIELDS
381 State St.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A
94 acres, good black soil. 70
acres cleared. Z4 pasture wun
young growth timber. Family or
chard. 1 y A. logans. 1 A. peach
es. Good 8 room and bath plas
tered house, hot and cold water
electric lights, fireplace. Fruit
bouse, good barn and out build
ings. Iric $12,000, $2000 cash.
See us or call 970 for appoint
SOCOLOFSKY & SON
1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
3 ACRES unimproved, near
Oakland, Calif. Price $1,500. Ex
change for Salem house to $2,500
or 6mall acreage to value.
20 ACRES, good improvement
near Fresno, California, all in cu'
tivation. Price $5,000. Exchang
for valley farm.
5 ACRES on paved road, neai
Salem. Black loam soil. Fruit
berries, nuts. Best of improve
ments, electricity; water system,
etc. Price $10,000. Exchange
for J.00 acres near Walla Walla.
.14 ACRES near Roseburg.
Sandy loam soil. Creek, spring. 6
a. orchard. Good improvements.
Price $5,000. Exchange for farm,
60 acres or more to $8,000.
506 ACRES, near Brownsville,
unimproved. 5 good springs. Wo
ven wiro fence. 10,000 cords of
fir and oak wood. Two-thirds of
place is open pasture. A fine
stock proposition. Price $12,500.
Exchange for res. property or
small farm to value.
TRIANGLE REALTY COMPANY
421 Court Street Ground Floor
Will accept cheap house or lot
valued up to $1500 for my equity
in 5 acre tract located 4 miles
from Salem. 21 large cherry
trees. 17 filbert trees, a nice field
of logans and other small fruit
and berries. Make your living on
the acreage and save your earn
ings. $100 per year pays balance
SEE Mrs. Ellis with
LEO N, CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
TRADE. House and lot $3500.
for email farm.
A good large house close to bus
iness district for- smaller house.
A good house and a good busi
ness for small farm. ;
. F. L. WOOD .
$41 State St
PORTLAND house wanted for
Salem house. Phone 1319-M.
GREATEST .Trading organiza
tion on the Pacific Coast, We have
over 300 properties listed -for ex
change. Every kind of property,
every, price, every, location. We
can match your exchange exact
ly: If you would like to trade yoar
property tods, come in today. See
GASKILL & EARLE, Realtors j
166 S. Liberty Tel. '2242
18 A., near Salem, good bldgs.
Cows, team, hogs, fowl, $6600,
terms... ' .-
Well Improved 90 A. farm near
town. $11,500, take residence.
10 A. adjoining city limits, l i.
berries. Bldgs. $4800. - .
. -For Rent Good Locations -Nice
. 5 room bungalow.' . . .'. . $25
Good 7 room bungalow .... . 30
Good 6 room houoe... ...... 25
PERRINE b MARSTERS.
i 212 Gray Bldg. . r.
," APT. HOUSE, E. front, lot 40x
150; adjoining bus. property, in
bus. gone, only $6500. This is a
good and safe buy. .,
n S Room cottage, E. front, paved
St, nnincumbered, $2000.
- 4 Room cottage " on corner,
pavement paid, $1750.00.
trees, paving paid. $3200.00;
East front corner, ample room
for two houses, in fine residence
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
484 Court St.
DRIVE BY 1940 N. 5TH SfT"
Look at this neat 4 room stucco
home. Strictly modern,, except
fireplace. Full lot, first class
electric range with it. $3,200
buys It, easy terms.
The beet 145 Acre highly Im
proved, farm buy In the Willam
ette valley. We are ready to prove
this statement at any time.
Exceptional suburban homesite.
3 acres best soil, living water, 2
mi. court house, close to hue.
store, church, school and pave
ment, desired by many, never on
the market before. Priced below
A Farm with unusual resources.
3 acres, 4 miles city. limits, on
llverton highway. Year round
asture, river runs full length one
;ide. , 20 acres first bottom, if
plowed raises anything from on
ions to-mint. Enough timber to
cut 2,000 to 3,000 rords wood.
Most of cultivated land seeded to
clover. New 8 room strictly mod
ern stucco house. Deep well, wa
ter system, large barn, other build
ings and new. Price right. Take
Salem residence property. Better
look this over.
DELANO A DOW
290 North Church St. Phone 2830
5 ACRE fruit tract, good five
room house, good well and spring,
outbuildings. 6 mi. S. of Salem.
BARGAIN. Good 7-room plas
tered house, fireplace, basement,
etc., large shade trees, fruit, ber
ries, garden, 7 lots, near schools,
good view. Will sell all or house
and 3 lots $3,800; noueo ana two
lots $3,500; terms. Half block to
paving. 849 Rural Avenue or call
Conner, Statesman office.
TIMBER Fifty thousand acres
fir and pine. wen iocaiea ior
logging and manufacturing. Rea
WONDERFUL bargain in a
beautiful close in country borne.
One acre with shade and fruit
trees and shrubbery. Hardwood
floors, built-ins, basement, fur
nace, fireplace. Everything strict
ly modern. Priced for quick sal.
WILL take Salem nome on one
of the best dairy ranches in Ore
gon. Completely stocked and
equipped. Registered jerseys.
See us at once.
170 ACRES for sale at a sacri
fice. Owner land poor and must
sell. Wonderful soil. Old build
inge. Will take some trade bnt
CASH TALKS. One-half hour
CAPITOL REALTY CO.
216 North High Phone 1143
LOTS N. 17th St. Addition,
new, growing district, large lot,
prices reasonable. Terme $25
down $10 per month.
Laurel Park Add. West of Hol
lywood, all new homes, lots at rea
BECKE & HENDRICKS
189 N. High St
IN BUSINESS DISTRICT lot 7 5
y 165 with 5 rm. strictly modern
ouse and one older .'use, semi
odern, in 2 apartments furnisb
( for $10,500. Good terms.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN", Realtor
175 S. High St.
40 ACRE equipped dairy and
joultry farm. 11 head of cattle.
good team, all tools, 200 chickens.
6 acres corn fine patch of kale.
Barn full of hay. All goes at bar
gain price for quick sale or will
7 ROOM house close in on N.
Winter St. Garage, basement and
furnace. Price $6350. Easy
6 40 ACRES Fine timber and
stock proposition. For sale at a
bargain or will trade. What have
5-ROOM house and garage.
good location. Clear of encum
brance. Splendid value at $1100.
31 3-4 ACRES fair improve
ments, family fruit. Near good
valley town. Splendid shipping
facilities. Bargain price of
Ulrich & Roberts
129 N. Com'l St
, FOR beach property, lots or
acreage overlooking the ocean
for wonderful buys in dairy ranch
es See or write to W. H. Burtis,
trees, paved street, nearly new,
plenty of built-ins, terms.
. Good home and an old house
with two lot to . trade for , small
acreage, close to Salem, pavement
sidewalks, good location, prefer
East Salem. . "
- Wanted, Property, farm or city.
East of Mississippi river, to trad
tor a; good bargain in a ranch
here. 152 acres, in cultivation,
bat. old growth timber.
' SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
202 U. 8. Nat. Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE 12 acres north 1
Salem 5 miles, all in cultivation
4 acres of blackcaps, some otbe
fruit, fair house, poor barn, ben
of locations.' Price $3500.
$4200 buys all modern 7 roci
home east front, 9 large frul i
LIVE STOCK "
50 6 YEAR old sheep. Inquire
H. C.. Lewis, Aumsvilte, Ore.
FOR SALE: Pure bred Shrop
shire yearling rams or trade for
ewes. J. E. Scott. Salem.
SHEEP FOR SALE Choice
ewe coming two year old In fine
condition, in car load lots or any
amount to suit purchaser. Phone
or write." S. Philippl ft Son, Scio.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Tw
registered shrop rams. Phone 1 15.
cows for sale,
E. W. Lenberg.
- FOR SALE Grub oak. big oak,
and second growth fir. Tel. 51F15.
SECOND growth fir, four foot,
five miles out 'good roads. $4.00
- 5 Room house, fruit and
nutjpar at PXoaa 2532-R.