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The New Oxegon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Friday, 'August 17, 1928 1
Western Oregon Products
Not Worth Shipping East,
. R. H. Shinn Says
PORTLAND Ore.. Aug. 16.
'(AP) R. H. Shinn, agricultural
expert for the United states w a
1 tonal bank and owner of a 400
ncre farm in Polk county, was the
irstf witness called by the rail
vnaria at todav's session of the in-
crstate commerce commission's
..earing on the application of the
public service commission of Ore
gon for an order directing the
construction of a cross-state rail
load from Crane to Crescent Lake.
: The picture of farming in west
ern Oregon, as a source of rail
road traffic to the east was not
drawn in favorable colors by Mr.
Shinn. He said the apple business
has been practically abandoned In
the Willamette valley and west
ern Oregon, mainly because of ap
ple scab and other diseases impos
sible to control in the moise cli
mate. He also stated that prune
shipments from Lane and Douglas
counties were negligible because
Washington and Idaho prunes bet
ter withstood the shipping process
and were preferred in eastern mar
Mr. Shinn said the sheep Indus
try was important but that few
lambs raised in the more rigorous
climate of eastern Oregon and
Idaho were hardier and better for
chipping. The witness said the Pa
cific .coast did not raise enough
hogs for Is own consumption and
excess dairy products found Jtheir
way mainly to California markets.
Oregon's scenery, and particu
larly its forests, find high favor
in the eyes of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
A. Herwig, of Milwaukee, Wis.,
visiting, Salem as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. Bosshard. Mr.
Herwig. now retired, engaged in
the printing trade for 52 years
and was associated with Mr.
Bosshard, now state printer for
Oregon, 30 years ago, in that line
This is Mr. Herwig's first visit
to the Pacific Northwest and he
- Is emphatic in expressing his ad
miration of Oregon's scenery. He
has made the Mt. Hood loop trip
and a journey over the Roosevelt
. highway and says that on the lat
ter trip he saw, for the -first time
In many years, a forest that could
really be called such. The Roose
velt trip be characterised as the
The Herwigs will leave next
week for Seattle, from where they
"will make the return trip over the
Northern Pacific. While enroute
to the coast, they stopped in Dal
las. Texas to attend the annual
convention of the Bahn Fret mu
tual building and loan association,
of which he is director.
Incidentally, while in Dallas he
met A. A. Lee, ' state Insurance
commissioner and delegate from
Oregon, and warned him that he
might see him in Salem. Sure
enough, he has renewed that ac
quaintance. PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 16.
(AT) Nicholas Pradanovitch. re
ported in a dispatch from Bel
grade as having died in Portland,
and left an estate of $25,000,000
to a nephew, a prison guard, was
not known here before his demise,
according to the bestNnformation
obtainable yesterday. While it
was said that such a person might
have lived here among his fellow
Serbians, no record of his death
. could be found nor the probate of
such a will.
If there ever was an Individual
fortune of that amount In the city,
the federal income tax returns
make no mention of It, nor Is it
. recorded in state or federal tax
lists. It was held quite possible
that he might have died here leav
ing a nominal estate and under an
' Americanized " name. ' - :.
- James Fenimore Cooper wrote
,70 books la SO years.
y" y - 'if -
DOUBT is cist UP08
REPORT OF FORTUNE
$ " Li"1 ' " : ' -
' - DwJffht Johnson . ,
- 8 miles west of Salem, n Independence Road. ' :
Don't fall to hear this versatile gronp of entertainers who
have ost complete da tow of PANTAGES ClrcnJt, "
1 Cal and His Stut&d Owl IjPyllLK HAFJOLIHG
v V i
it tt ir :;
All to the list of present given President Coolidge on bis summer
vacation one large, mounted white owl, donated by Fred R Mott, m
mine superintendent at Virginia, Minn., where the executive visited
recently. Here Is the president with bis present and a, lot of people
probably wll say that Cal and an owl have a lot in common.
Rev. Straton Urges Loyal
GREENWOOD LAKE, N. T.,
Aug. 16. (AP) The Rev. John
Roach Straton. in letters to Sen
ator Walter George, of Georgia,
and Josephus Daniels, former sec
retary of the nary, has called
upon those democratic leaders to
turn their political allegiance from
Governor Alfred E. Smith to "the
moral and religious forces which
will at last sweep the south.
AnnA.n i. con.tn.
my old-Ume friend and room-
malt nnrfnr trta hannv roiwra
days In Georgia." the clergyman
counseled him "in love and, I be
lieve In true wisdom" to "for
get the seeming temporary advan
tage connected with a wrong
political alignment, and bide your
time even though it may mean a
temporary break for you with the
democratic machine as now dom
inated by the forces of Tammany
"Because of my love and ad
miration for you." this letter read,
"I write you evpressing the earn
est hope that you will ponder long
and consider well before you throw
yourself into any active advocacy
the candidacy of Al Smith for the
"I know the claim of party reg
ularity upon you. as a public ser
vant elected by the democrats.
but I firmly believe that if you
The first California fresh white
figs are now offered here, quoted
at $1.60 per tray. These are of
More varieties of grapes are
now on the local market, includ
ing the white and red Malagas,
the black Mlnuukas, the seedless,
and the Rabiers. These are all im
ports from California and range
In price from $1.25 to $2.75 per
Practically all the California
peaches have been cleaned up, ac
cording to reports to the local Job
bers, and those from Taklma are
coming in In large quantities. The
Taklma varieties include the Al
berta and Lovells, quoted at 80
cents wholesale, and a few of the
more choice J. H. Hall's at $1.25.
The peak of the peach season
will soon be here, and It 'behooves
the housewife to make plans for
the peach canning now.
There are a few local peaches
in the stores, with 25 cents per
basket the prevailing price.
Last call for apricots is being
sounded right now. Apricots In
lugs are now quoted at 85 cents,
with the crates at $1.25.
Shipments of huckleberries have
been coming Into the local Jobbing
houses for the past several days.
These first berries are very fine
but expensive. Jobbers are quoting
20 cents a pound, although this
pries Is not expected to hold as
the supply becomes greater. The
pries will ' settle to 1 5 ents a
pound in another week or so. It
Is anticipated. -- ; ,'
1 n MARKET
knew Smith's record as we know
it up here, and could see the dark
and sinister forces which are
working for bis election, in or
der that they may dominate him
in the president's office as they
dominated him as a New York
official,' you would revolt even as
Senator Simmons, Senator Owen,
our old chum congressman TJp-
shaw, vance McCormlck and a
host of other true patriots who put
country before party bare revolt-
Enclosed with the letters were
printed copies of a sermon Dr.
Straton delivered at Calvary Bap
tist church two weeks ago. some
of the statements in which ' pro
voked Got. Smith to a request that
he be permitted to answer the pas
tor's charges in Calvary church.
"The further Smith goes as a
candidate," Dr. Stratton wrote.
"The weaker he gets, because of
his record of opposition to every
measure calculated to protect or
advance the liquor interests and
the forces of gambling and prosti
tution which are Inevitably and in
extricably mixed up with them."
For Persona Use
The letter explained that, the
copy of the sermon "which called
forth from Governor Smith the
challenge to meet me. which he
now seems to be seeking to dodge"
use only" so that he might under-
stand "the justification
charges against Smith."
"I really was led to preach this
sermon," he wrote, "because my
heart Is literally bleeding through
the divisions which have come to
the south through - Governor
Smith's adroit poltlcal maneuver
ing, and because of the deadly
dangers that through these things
are overhanging the entire sec
tion." The letter miimaiea mat ur.
Straton would repeat the sermon
adding that " when I do I shall
go into Governor Smith's recordln
even a uiue more ueiaw uu "".burf believe the finding of a four
the definite proof for my allega
tions." The letter to former Secretary
Daniels, who conferred with Gov.
Smith in Albany today was similar
to that written to Senator George.
XOTICK OP FIN Ali
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Marion, her
duly verified final account, as ad
ministratrix of the estate of John
Mnehl, deceased, and that said
Court has fixed Tuesday, the 28th
dtv of An rust. 1928. at the hour
of ten o'clock A. M. of said day, as
the time, and the County Court
house, in the City of Salem, Mar
ion County, Oregon, as the plsce
for hearing said final account and
all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
27th day of July. 1928.
ESTHER E. MUEIIL,
Administratrix of the estate of
John Muehl, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administratrix,
NOTICE is hereby given that
the State Land Board of the State
of Oregon will receive sealed bids
at its office in the Capitol Bund
ing at Salem, Oregon, np to 11:00
o'clock cm.. September 11, 1928,
for all the State's inteTesTin the
tide lands hereinafter described,
giving however, to the owner or
owners of any lands abutting or
fronting thereon, the preference
right to purchase said tide lands
at the highest price offered, pro.
vldlng such offer is made in good
faith and reserving to the Board
the right to reject any and all
Said lands are situated In Lin
coln County. Oregon, and describ
ed as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point that Is 340
feet west and 4 50. feet south of
the quarter section corner between
sections 5 and 8. T. t S.R. 11, W.
W. M.. thence N. 60 degrees, 45
mln. E. 4.63 chains. U. S. Sean,
der Line, S. 85 degrees, 15 mln.
E. COO chains; s. 3 degrees, W.
1 1. 0 0 chains ; : West 4.0 0 chains ;
N. 25 degrees, 15 mln. W. 13.50
chains; North 2.50 chains on low
water line to place of beginning,
containing 12.75 acres frontlne on
Lots 1, 2, J, 4, Section 8, T. 9 3,
iw xi w. or w. M.
-Applications should be accom
panied by check or draft for the
amount of bid and should be ad
dressed to O. O.. Brown. Clerk
State Land Board. Salem. Oremn.
And marked, "Application and hid
to purchase tide-land in Section x
T. t 8. R. II, W. W.M." ,
. , . at Slenij Oregon, July
O. O. BROWN. ClrV Stnfo
Land Board. A 10-17-24-31
Marion County Health Unit
Has Distribution Of
Copies In Hand
Copies of the recently enacted
ordinance regulating the sale of
milk and milk products, are now
ready for distribution. The ordi
nance was adopted July 16 and
approved by Mayor Llvesley the
following day. Distribution of the
pamphlets will be in charge of the
Marion county health' unit. Im
portant provisions include:
May jhi sirUf t snr is II
iaff milk or milk prolaets sball. bfor
Soiar so. Mil spltetia ia writing is
U klth offic tor iaspsetioa, upoa
blamks farmiiked ky th aeslta ffier.
After hM aesltk ffieer has OUnnise
that mM pnoa U nliii4 snd proper
ly oqsippos to obsorro tfc provisioas of
lkim r4maac. ho shall hsao to said per-
lom a certificate of inspection. ' 8id cer
tificate of intpectioa shsll oo protested
to tko city terssarer within a period of
fire Sera whereupon the city treaonrer
shall Issos a license to u?d person npon
pnpnent to seid eitv trseurcr of fee
m given ia tko schedakj hereinsitor pro
vides. Charges Spaslfte
I "(a) All perona operating a milk
p is si live aousrs. rroviaea ni ue
lieonae lee shall be one dollar per cow
np to five cows' and that the five dollar
Ueenae fee shall apply to five eows or
"(h) All persons operating a nulk
plant and distribntiag milk or milk prod
aeta by means of a vehicle five dollars
for each vehicle oo nae.
'() All other persona selling milk or
milk products one dollar. Such license
snail not bo transferable.
"All fees received from tke sale of
milk lieoaaeo nnder tke proriaiona of this
ordinance aha 11 bo placed ia a fund which
shall be ased for the enforcement of this
"Every penoa predating milk or milk
prodaete- for sale ia the eity of Salem
shall obtain a permit to do oo. (Ais
permit is obtained in the aame manner as
that far soiling milk, but no fee ia men
tioned.) "Ho milk other than grade A paatenr
ised milk, certified milk, grade A raw
milk, or grade B raw milk shall be sold
ia the eity as milk.
"All milk and cream shell conform to
the label under which it is sold. Stand
ardised milk shell bo so labeled.
"No milk or standardised milk shall be
sold ia the eity of Salem which ia adul
"Whenever npon examination. any milk
or milk product sold in the city of Sa
lem is found to be ad altera tad the health
officer shall, if deemed necessary , seise
the same aad destroy or otherwise dis
pose of it. In such eases no compensa
tion shall bo mado to the owner thereof.
"No person snail transfer milk or milk
prodaete from one container to another
upon the street or in any vehicle or
etore. or in any place except ia a milk
piaat. rue saie of "dipped milk" or
"dipped standardised milk" ie hereby
expressly prohibited. It shall be unlaw
fni for hotels, soda fountains, restaur
ants and similar establishments to sell
any milk or standardised milk except in
the original container in which it woo
received from the distributor. (This ii
construed not to interfere with the mix
ing of milkshakes or other mixed dinks.)
"For the porpoio, of carrying out the
provisions of this ordinance the health
officer shall have the right at any or all
timmea to enter the premises of any per
son who has applied for or is holding a
license or permit nnder this ordinance.
to examine and inspect the dairy, herd
and equipment, and to appropriate a suf-
tieient amount of milk and milk products
lor examination and analysis.
Children may not be seen in the
streets of Bergen, Norway, after
a certain hour, which varies with
the season. The church bells of
the town peal a signal for them
to return home and the police see
tbat they aobey.
pe0ple - in some parts of Scot-
Leaf clover denotes. bad luck in
stead of good luck.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, by an (rder of the
County Court of Marion County,
State of Oregon, duly made and
entered on the 8th day of August,
1928, was appointed executor of
the' estate of Chas. Takley, de
ceased and that it has duly quali
fied as such. All persons having
claims against said estate are here
by notified to present the same,
duly verified as required by law,
at the banking house of the exe-
cutor, in the City of Salem, Mar
Ion County, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this no
tice, to-wit: August 10, 1928.
First National Bank in Salem,
Executor of , the estate of Chas.
Bert T. Pord, Keyes Page.
Attorneys- for executor A 10-1 7-24-31.8
ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE OF
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon, for the Coun
ty of Marion, as administratrix of
the estate -of Emma Hocking, de
ceased, and that - she has duly
qualified as such administratrix :
all persons having ' claims against
the estate of ; sat aecedent are
hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified, to me, at the
office of Ronald C. Glover, my at
torney, 203 Oregon Building,
Salem, Marlon County, Oregon,
within, six months from the date
of this notice. '
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
Ztth day of July. 1928.
RUTH S ENTER.
Administratrix ' of the Estate of
Emma Hocking, Deceased.
RONALD C GLOVER,
Attorney for Administratrix,
NOTICE OF FINAL
'Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed In 'the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Marion, his
duly verified Final Account, as ad
ministrator of the estate of Walk,
er D; Johnson, deceased, and that
said Court has fixed Tuesday, the
Hth day of September. 1928, at
the hour of ten o'clock A. M. of
said day, as the time, and the
County Court Rcm In the County
Court House at . Salem. ' Marion
County, Oregon, as the place for
hearing said final account and all
Dated at Salem, Oregon, - this
17th day of August, 1928.
, . RONALD C. CLOVER? "
Administrator of the estate of
Walker D. Johnson, Deceased.
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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
1166 N. 4th 25.00
1886 Fairgrounds Rd. ... 25.00
879 N. Cottage 30.00
328 Rural 35.00
6 A. tract 25.00
W. G. KRUEGER
147 N. Com'l Phone 217
FURNISHED 5-room house.
Close in, $40.00. Phone 461-J.
FOR RENT, Houses and apart
ments. F. L. Wood, 341 State.
VERT desirable strictly mod
ern six room lower apartment.
"V ROOM furnished apartment.
775 N. Cottage.
4-ROOM furnished apartment,
lower floor. 923 S. Com'l.
TWO well furnished apartments
cheap. 2261 Hazel. Phone 1939-W
Close In. Phone
FURNISHED and unfurnished
3 room apartments. Virginia
Apartments, 879 N. Liberty.
NICE furnished first floor
apartment. 590 Union.
FOR RENT Teachers, Nurses,
ets. Large 5 room flat. Close in
at 660 Ferry. 4 flats and 4 fur
naces, l'dry, etc. 5 large rooms
and attic for storage. $30.
. BECKE & HENDRICKS
189 N. High Street
PATTON APARTMENTS Cozy,
clean, comfortable, nicely fur
nished, private bath. Steam heat.
Down town district. Reasonable
in price. For inspection call Pat
ton's Book Store.
432 Marion. .
NEW FURNISHED apartment
2361 Hazel. Phone 1930-W.
Splendid Salem Home
For sale at bargain
due to removal of owner
Thoroughly mtKrn, homelike, for sale by its
owner who is removing from Salem within a fortnight.
Situated on a 75-160 foot lot on Court Street, sur
rounded by beautiful flowers and shrubs and a rare
flower garden. The grounds at the rear are a minaturo
park. The home is just the one to make a happy resi
dence for any Salem family,
-" There are 11 rooms, 2 modern bath rooms, and a
beautiful sun porch in the house, which has a large
basement equipped with a furnace and a laundry. The
living room is large and attractive with arches and an
unusual type of fire-place. The arrangement of the
" rooms is ,very convenient. Z'l- . ' -;
The-sale is being handled by the owner who will
: thus be able to afford a bottom price to the purchaser.
Convenient terms can be arranged; You" are invited to
see the home at any time as Mr. or Mrs. Von,Eschen
will be there personally to show you through! the place.
Priced to Move Quickly; Terms
"Prof. Florlaxi Voii Eschen
, . 1853 Court Street Phone 90W .t.
Electric Ranges snd Refrigefstion
High class residential district
Cheerful, attractive and light
3 Room furnished $50.00
2 Room furnished $37.50 tt $40.
1 Pullman now vacant. .. .$30.00
3 Room unfurnished . .$40.00
2 Room unfurnished $32.50 & $35
550 N. Summer 1972
EDG E WATER APTS: New con
crete bldg., electric ranges and
refrigeration; HW floors; hotwa
ter heat; river view. Cor. King
wood Ave. and Edgewater Sta.
See O. K. De Witt or Earl Jensen.
FURNISHED Bungalow Apt., In
Palmer Court Sept. 1st. Ul
rich it Roberts. 129 N. Com.
Phne 1354 or 284-R.
2 ROOMS with board,
only. 549 N. Cottage.
GOOD office room, also sleep,
ing room for rent. 320 U. S. Bank
5 ROOM modern house $5,500.
00, will take as part payment lot
Restaurant and confectionery
at greatly reduced price, will take
in trade house and lot or other
well located property.
Ant House. E front, lot 6 Ox
160; adjoining bus. property, in
bus. sone, only $6500. This is a
good and safe buy.
5 Room cottage. E. front, paved
St., unincumbered, $2000.
5 Room house, fruit and nut
rees, paving pam, sazvv.uu;
East front corner, ample room
for two houses, in fine residence
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
484 Court St.
ATTRACTIVE BUYS IN HOMES:
$7350 Modern up to date 5 room
home located at 2000 S.
High Street, large corner
lot, purchaser to assume
bonus loan balance in cash.
$2400 Attractive 4 room modern
home at 1510 N. 19th St.
$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
SHOW YOU THIS BAR
GAIN. $8400 Good 11 room home well
located on Court St., mod
ern In every way, $2000
down, balance terms.
$1500 4 room home located 2385
Myrtle Ave. $500 cash,
balance mortgage to be as
$2950 New modern 4 room home,
paved street, garage, lire
place, oak floors, $100
down, balance monthly.
LET US SHOW YOU OUR SE
LECT LIST OF HOMES.
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
134 S. Liberty St.
FOR LEASE: Rooming and
oarding house, furnished, $70
per mo., boarders thrown in. Ger
trude J. M. Page, 484 Court St.
TWO HOUSES FOR THE PRICE
Both on fine corner in N. Sa
etn. One house completely mod
ern, 6 rooms, basement, furnace,
fireplace, oak, floors and garage.
Nice shade trees, E. front lot,
;lose to school.
Other one has 3 rooms. Brings
,12.00 per month rent. Buy them
both for $4500. Pavement paid
and no mtge-. on either house.
SEE Mrs, Ellis with
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
NICE little home for sale cheap.
3 blocks South of State St., on
Cottage. Phone 938-M.
6 RM. modern house in good
district, garage, trees, at $4200
and 10 a. close to city limits witn
raraee house at $4000. Owner
of these properties wants to turn
them for farm.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
175 S. High St.
4-ROOM new, southeast, paved
street. $1900, terms.
3-room, nearly new, garage, al
most any terms, $2100.
5-room. strictly modern, good
location, a real home. $3700 -
6-room, strictly modern, new,
$3750, good terms.
Beautiful new, strictly modern
7-room, north front home, $4750.
A real home.
200 Gray Bldg. 125 N.. Liberty
NEW BUNGALOW SNAP
Brand new modern 6 - rooms.
Hardwood floors, fireplace, fur
nace, best cf plumbing. A real
$4000 home for $3250. terms.
that you can buy for less than you
could build. Cozy 4 R. plastered
bungalow, has bath, lights, shades,
for $1500 with a small payment
down, balance like rent. You can
save $ $ $ by buying your home of
BECHTEL or SEARS
341 State St. Room 4
$ 800 for a. 2 room home, lights,
water, woodshed, large lot.
some fine trees, $50 down
$1800 6 room home, lot 50x125,
lots of fruit, paving ana a
good location, $100 down.
$2200 A furnished home, large
lot and lots of rruit, iiou
down $25 per mo., includ
$3200 A new bungalow, 2 bed
rooms and sleeping porch,
breakfast room, .nice fire
place, fine lot, garage,
$4200 5 room bungalow in N. Sa
lem, basement, furnace, all
oak floors, garage and pav
ing, $500 down.
$6000 Modern 7 room bungalow,
oak floors, garage, paving
and fine location, $750
$6500 Fine home at 845 Hood
St., large lot,, double gar
age, close to school, etc.,
$5000 to loan at 6 .
320 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 637
60-ACRES 20 fruit. Stocked
or no stock. Shares or cash. Ref
erence required. 710 N. High.
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 good
town, high school. This farm is
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 rlv
er bottom, to exchange for small
acreage or city' property. Salem
Realty Co., 462 State St.
FOR SALE: r,
375 acre sheep ranch, 150 acres
in cultivation, good buildings, 201
head of good ewes, 16 miles from
Salem. Price $20,000. $7500
cash, balance time at & Int.
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
134 S. Liberty St. ;
DAIRY FARM WANTED
Want - stocked and equipped
Dairy farm up 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.
FOR SALE Farm of 152
acres; 80 in cultivation; 16 room
house, barn and other outbuild
ings; spring and well water; lots
of fruit; 7 acres strawberries; 60
acres timber; - gravel .road, 10
miles from Salem. Four horses, I
two cows, tnree nogs, cnicxene
and tools go at .$7000. U. S.
Realty Co., 442 State St. Tel.
50 ACRES, 47 acres In cultiva
tion, 7 room house, large barn, 2
chicken houses, some stock and all
equipment which is good. Place is
well kept. Owner is too old for
as large a place. . Price $5500,
8 acres of peaches and prunes.
V of each, to trade same tor a
small house in Salem or Calif.
Owner lives in Calif. Trees are
in full bearing and 8 miles to Sa
lem. .:: . - r '
10 acres all in cultivation, gra
vel land, Junction of 2 roads, 5
miles to Salem. Pile $600.
SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
202 U. S. Nat. Bank Bldg.
FARMS FOR SALE OR TRADE
36 ACRES, excellent soil,
good buildings. On paved high
way. 10 miles from Salem. Will
take good house up to $5000 In
6 acres with good buildings.
Electricity. Only 3 miles from
Ladd & Bush Bank. Will take
house "up to $4000 in trade.
194 acres, 125 river bottom.
Will trade for city property or
MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCE
RICn. L. REIMANN. Realtor
211 N. High St. Phone 865
53 acres all cultivated and seed
ed to clover. Price. $5300. .Will
exchange for home in Salem.
19 acres with new buildings.
close in, lights and water system.
fries o oo. .Trade for-home in
Salem of same -value or lessw :
- Grocery store": with all new
stock of groceries, new fixtures,
good building and! three , lots all
ror fooo. iPart traded
. Confectionery store and lunch
counter doing a fine business.
Will trade for small acreage near
saiem. . ,
SEE Thomasou with
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
320 State. Street :. Phone 1727
5 ACRE TRACT Pacific Hipfc.
way 3 miles south of Salem.
Small Bldgs., fruit and berrip.
Price $2750. Terms. $250 down.
$250 a year.
BECKE A HENDRICKS
189 N. High Street
ARE TOU LOOKING FOR A
94 acres, good black soil. 70
acres cleared, 24 pasture wttb
young growth timber. Family or
chard, 1 A. logans, 1 A. peach
es. Good 8 room and bath plas
tered house, hot and cold water,
electric lights, fireplace. Fruit
house, good barn and out build
lugs. Price $12,000. $2000 cash.
See us or call 970 for appoint
SOCOLOFSKT 4 SON
1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
3 . ACRES unimproved, near
Oakland, Calif. Price $1,500. Ex
change for Salem house to $2,500
ir email acreage to value.
20 ACRES, good improvement,
near Fresno, California, all in cul
tivation. Price $5,000. Exchange
for valley farm.
5 ACRES on paved road, near
Salem. Black loam soil. Fruit,
berries, nuts. Best of Improve
ments, electricity; water system,
etc. Price $10,000. Exchange
for 100 acres near Walla Walla.
14 Vt ACRES near Roseburg.
Sandy loam soil. Creek, spring. 6
a. orchard. Good improvements.
Price $6,000. Exchange for farm,
60 acres or more to $8,000.
506 ACRES, near Brownsville,
unimproved. 5 good springs. Wo'
ven wire fence. 10,000 corde 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
Owner leaving Salem and wants
to trade hie 5 room house and
nice lot here for Oswego property.
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 bu?i-.
ness for small farm.
F. L. WOOD
341 State St.
PORTLAND house wanted for
Salem house. Phone 1319-M.
GREATEST Tradine organiza
tion on the Pacific Coast. We have
over 3000 properties listed for ex
change. Every kind of property,
every price,, every location. We
can match your exchange exan
ly. If you would like to trade your
property today, come in todav. See,
GASKILL Sc. EARLE. Realtor
166 S. Liberty Tel. 2142
18 A. near Salem, good blilgn
Cows, team, hogs, fowl, SCOf,
Well Improved 90 A. farm nf ;.r
own, $11,500. take residence.
10 A. adjoining city limit?, I A.
erries. Bldgs. 34S00.
For Rent Good Locations
.ice 5 room bungalow $25
lood 7 room bungalow SO
Jood 6 room house. L5
PERRINE & MARSTERS
212 Gray Bldg.
WOODROW washing inachnx
for sale cheap. Good as m.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
8-Room house on creek, etric:
ly modern. 2 lots go with the
place at $6500.00. Take email
tract on place see us soon.
14 Room apt. house on pared
street with new garage. 2 lots on
corner and close in at $5000
4 Acres 8 Room house in Ger-
vais quite modern, at a low fig.
ure, good payment down. May
take some trade. $3500.
Several good trades of all kinds.
Come and see us.
Several houses for rent $15.00
New homes to trade for small
We write Insurance and make
Ladd & Bush Bank Bldg.
DRIVE" BY 1940 N. 6TH ST.
-. 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 best 145 Acre highly Im
proved farm buy in the Willam
ette ralley. Wo are ready to prove
this statement at any time. ' "
Exceptional suburban homeeite,
3 acres best soil, living water, 2 Vfc
ml court house, close to bus,
stoTe, church, school and pave
ment, desired by, many,-never on
the market before. Prlovd. below
A Farm with unusual resources.
63 acres. 4 miles city limits, on
Silverton highway. Year round
pasture, river runs full length one
side. 20 acres first' bottom, if
plowed raises anything from on
ions to mint. Enough timber to
cut 2,000 to 3,000 ords wood.
Most of cultivated land seeded to
clover. New 8 room strictly mod
ern stucco house. Deep well, wa
ter system, large barn, other bn liv
ings and new. Price right. Tahe
Salem' residence property. Better
look this over.
J -DELANO & DOW
290 North Church St. Phone 220
5 ACRE fruit tract, good live
room house, good well and sprint:,
outbuildings. 8 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 air or houfe
and 3 lots $3,800; house and two
lots $3,500; terms. Half block to
paying. 849 Rural Avenue or caU
Conner, Statesman office.