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vTh New Ozsqon Statesman; Salem Oregon, Wednesday 'Morning, September tt, 1923
TO LIST f
Starkweather, From First
District Denied Place
on Election Ballot
x Harvey G. Starkweather, demo
cratic nominee for congress from
the first Oregon district, -will not
be given a place on the Novem
fee ballot, It was stated br Secre
tary of State Kozer Tuesday. Ko
xer's statement followed a confer
ence with Attorney General Van
Winkle regarding the regularity
of Starkweather's nomination and
Based on the holding that there
no Tacaney on the democratic
ticket, as contemplated under the
Oregon law, in connection wnn
the congressional position in the
first district inasmuch as the dem
ocrats failed to avail themselves
of the opportunity of naming a
candidate at the regular primary.
In the May primaries the name
t Starkweather as well as that
of James Mott of Astoria, were
written in by the democrats of the
first congressional district, there
being no candidate on the ballot
for this position.
Mott Gets Majority
Mott received the most rotes,
defeating Starkweather, but inas
much as he was defeated in h4s
race for the republican nomina
tion he was inhibited, through his
campaign pledge, from accepting
the endorsement of the democrats.
This left the democrats without a
candidate, a situation which it
was sought to remedy through ac
tion by the congressional commit
teemen who, nominated Stark
weather. Had' there been a reg
ularly nominated candidate who
bad later withdrawn from the
race for any reason, Kozer holds,
there would hare been a Tacaney
on the-ticket for the committee
men t?tUl but as there was no
candidate to begin with -there Is
no Tacaney to fill.
It Is expected here that manda
mus proceedings will be instituted
by Starkweather to test out the
disputed point and to place his
name on the ballot.
The progressive party of Ore
gon today filed a patrial ticket as
follows: E. B. Brackney, Thos. H.
Comte, Walter B. Gleason and Ro
bert A. Miller, all of Portland,
and Carl G. Donaugh of Trout- (the democratic nomination,
dale, for presidential electors; W.J
C. Culbertson for congressman i
from the second district; F. E. .
Coulter for state senator from J
MnUiuimili mnntT. and Kaiei
Bonham, Laura Lees and Albert!
Slaughter for state repTesentatrres
from Multnomah county. The
presidential electors as well as
Culbertson are all regular demo
Hall S. Lusk of Portland, dem
ocratic nominee for state repre
sentative from Multnomah coun-;
ty, today informed the secretary
of' state that he would not accept
the indorsement . of the Oregon
Tammany club as an "independ
Ashby C. Dickson also refused
to accept the "independent" nom
ination for the state legislature.
Culbertson oi rorusno
filed his acceptance of the Tarn
many club nomination foT con
gress as an independent candidate,
as also did Kate Bonham and Al
bert Slaughter and A. E. Sender
ton. General Markets
rORTLAND, Ore., Bept. 11 (AP).
Batter: xtr 49e; sUadarA 49e;
prime tirU 47 Vie; t'mU 46e.
r.--. r.,tfu 46c: firtta S7e: HiKlinm
itr tie: aaedmm tint 29c; aader-
rOBTl.AlD. Or.., Sept. 11 (kP).
HsT-bBTiar price: EaaUra Oregoa tm
12lfi)91.50: falter. $17 fri 17-50;
atfalta. Sloei7; elireer. $U; 0t
T, 1515.50; itraw, $7.50 tn; scll
1b ( pricea, $2 ton ssor.
rORTUAND, Or., Sept. 11 (AP).
CMh rnia : wkeat B14 Bend blue te mi,
hard white S1.S3; oft whit $1.14;
oeetera wait $1.1$; hard winter.
$1.08V4; warthara aprinf $1.08H; weat
ra Red $1.00.
Oat Na. $--$ I. white, $33.
Bariey No. . 45 lb . B. W, $S.
, Crn No. a. E. t. ahipmaat $4.
MiUran Standard, $35.
Or, Kept. 11 AP).
Poaltrr ateadr Alir heat er 4H Ih,
4 to 4H Jba.. 20 to tie; I ta 4 lha
lSe: 1 Iba. aad ander le: apriacs and
liecbora. orar 2 Iba, 7e; ander 2 lb.,
80e; r whiU Poking ducks 20e;
tmiic ntM, alir. 17020c; tarkeya,
aliTe, 55S5e. . ,
Pataaaea rtear Qaotationi on haais
. af 100 pooads saelc. Takima Betted
gain,, new, $1.40 to $1.50; Idahe
aobblara. new, $1.251.35i Takima ferns,
Id. U. 8. Ko. 1, 60fT5e; eoasbiaatioa
On ion Bast rarietie $1.25 to 1.75. .
'PORTLAND, Ora., Sept. 11 (AP).
Cattle aad eaWaa steady.. Beeaipta
Steers (1100-1130 lbs.), food $11.50(3
13.35; (950-1100 lbs.), rood, $11,750
12.S5; (800 and ap), nwxliom, $10.75
11.50; eomaoa $9 10.75. .Heifers (850
Iba. down), good. $10610.50; common
to aediasa, $8.75 10; caws, rood $9
9.50; romaoa and medium, $79; low
: cutter. $507. Bolls (rearbara exelad
d), good bee fa, $7.508; cutter to mr
diam $6.50 7.50. CaWea. (500 Iba.
dewa), medium to choice $1012; eall
la common, T.soyia. veaiert, anik
. led. good to choice, $18.5014.60; ai
diaja. $1201$.50; call to onawa, $90
Hors steady reeeipta aoaa. Batcher
claxsaa steady to 25e highar.
Hesrwrht (250-350 Iba.), ajediaai U
"choice, $1012.75 nwdiaa weight (20O
. 250 lbs.), medians to choice, 11013.50;
. Light weight (180-200 lbs.), medians to
ehoiee, $12.26012.75; light lights ISO
ISO lbs.), media a to choice, $114113.50;
pack in T sows, roayh and smooth, $90
JO; alaavhUr pigs (90-180 lbs.), aiadiam
U choice, $1(5.75011.75; loader aad
stacker pigs (70-130 Iba.), median to
choice, $10011. (Soft or oily hoys mnC
roasting piga ax clad ed ta abovo eaota
tioos.) Sheep and laarha stead. Becaipta
480, all iUod throagh.
Lambs (84. Ihs. down), good to ehofce
$11013.50; (93 lbs. dowa), , BMdiam
$9.75011; (all weights), call ta eoia
mea 8.0.75: yaarliag wathara (110
lbs. dowa), modlnia to ehaiea, $7,500
9; awe (130 lbs. dowa). medium he
vhoieo $4.5004.50; (120 150 lbs.), ma
diam to choice $3.5O0; (aU wwighto).
rail to eommoa $303.50.
Auction prleea Tuesday:
PITTSBUaVQHr 69' partly clouiy. 8
Califs $ N. T, f Mi. arrirad. 8 ears
recoaaTgaed. : 89 oars en track." Calif.
1023 baa, BarUatta . $2-40-3.45, . Sveragc
- I2.9S. '
ST. LOUI8: T elaar. S CaBf.. $
Utah arrived, ff ears oa track. Califs
' fl bxs. BartlatU $3.15-3.65, average
.4J.38; Waah. 600 has. BsrtlctU sxtra
i'aney $2.60-8.10, Sverure $2.84.
NEW YORK: 29 Calif., T X. t
ra, d Wash, arrived. Boat aaalraiaa
Prominent figure in Tuesday's
primary election in New Hamp
shire are Ora A. Brown (above) ,
Claries W. Tobry (center) , can-
didatea for the repoblican nomin
ation for governor, and Eaton D.
aret of Hasbaa, who soognt
GILES TOBEY IS
MANCHESTER, N. H.. Sept. 11.
(AP) Charles W. Tobey of
Temple had gained a commanding
lead oTer Ora A. Brown of Ash.
land in the contest for the repub
lican nomination for goTernor in
the returns of today's state pri
mary Tote from 125 of the 294
wards and owns in the state.
In the contest for the demo
cratic gubernatorial nomination
former mavor. Eaton D Karrent of
Nashua was leading Charles D.
Ward of Manchester by more than
two to one.
to 6 ears N. Y. 85 Calif, ears oa head.
8S others oa haad. Idsrket slightly weak
er. Oregon Bactletta 3130 extras $2.75
3.60. few $3.40, bops $2.05-2.60. oversee
$3.01. fancy $2.25-3.15. Tope $1.85
2.45. average J2.73. Wsah. Bartletta
2155 extras $1.20-2.80. aroraga $3.53,
fancy $2.00-3.45. tops low as $2.00, a
erage $3.20; CsIiL Bartletts 15.495 best
$3.40-4.10, ordinary $3.00-8.50, oommoa
ripe &2. 15-2.85, average $3.27, Hardys
1725, $2.15 8.05. average $3.73. OUir
geaas 845, $1.50-2.40, average $3.18, An
iens 520. $2.65-3.05, average $3.99. Bel
li 555, $1.65-3.45, average $3.1$.
CHICAGO: 34 Calif., 1 Ora, 8 Wash.,
1 Colo., $ Mich, arrived. Estimated
track receipts equivalent 11 Mich. Boat
1 Mich. 36 ears diverted. $2 Calif,
ears oa track. 61 others oa track. 14 H
ear aoM. Calif. 4160 has. Bartletta
f2.30-S.85, avorago $3.00 Oregon Bart
letts extra fancy 803. $3.30-3.25, aver
age $3.40. 375 foaey $3.10-3.10, average
$3.55. Bose fancy 311. $3,20; Wash.
Bartleue extra fancy 102J, $3.30-3.85,
average $3.65, combination extra fancy
and fancy 294. $1.60-1.75, Plommh boaa
ty combination extra fancy aaaj fancy
MINNEAPOLIS: Arrivals aareportod.
Wash. 679 bxs. Bartletts $2.50-3.80, av-
CHICAOO, Sept. 11. (AP). Unex
pected eartailmoat of the 1928 official
estimate of corn arodBctioa led to sbara-
ly rigfaer price for corn today, aad also
lifted ap wheat aad oats. Special notice
was taaoa taat moot of the falliar off
1a the probable yield of earn is in the
states which aa a rale farash the balk
of the commercial sapply.
I Oloeiag qnotations oa corn wear aerr-
oon. x o-oe to a o-a eoau aes titur
Wheat fralnhed' aachsaged to 6-8s ap, ad
oais at s to n05-a advene.
NEW TOBX. Sept. ll.-(AP). Tlo
leat spoealatioa for the advance was ro
es mad ia iodar'o stock market, after: aa
opening period of irrogalarity. Prices .of
1 a I .11 v w , . .
points at the start oa ovemirht selKne
iasptred by the stiffenng of moaeyrata
yesterday. Thos offeriaga were readily
absorb, ana a series of balhsh aemon
stratioas aa gains ranging from . 2 to
nearly 13 points. Trading, which had
shewa a .toadoaey to tara dnll oa the re
aclton, picked ap oa the rally, the day's
sale running well over d.000,000 shares.
Call money renewed aaehaaged at J
par cent, with 0 piaatifal supply of faads
svaiisbio. Mora money canto into the
sttaot dnriag the day, and "outside
loans wers arraaged as low as T per
coat la the afternoon. Tim asoaof watoa
continued firm, with 7 per seat asked for
taa aaorter matanuea.
! Moataomory-Ward continued Ha a
I tonal climb M touch ins a aour hick
erd at 28, or 147 poiaas above the yoor'a
tow. bat it slipped aaak to 257, ap s
poiata aet, oa realiiiag. Uaioa Carbl&e
raa ap 11 poiaU to 1814 ami closed
at the top. Motor prod acta soured 14
poiata to lt sad taoa doppod buck to
151. Advance JBamely eommoa aad pro
farerdV Americaa Baaca Magaoto. Atlaatie
Rofiaiat. Battorick. Chieac Paoaaaatis
Tool. Conrmorcial SoHraU. Detroit Idt
saa, latoruatioaal Baswosa ' Maehiaas,
Loose Wllea Biscuit, National Dairy
Prodaotav Natioaal Tea. The Purity Bak
ing Issue, Stanley Co. of a mari a aad
Wright Aero all aoM S:or mora aoiats
aaovo wncNsi i naat muuou.
Of taaaa svtuag bow peak pn
Eugene Men Get
Drunk In Albany
ALBANY, Ore..Sept. 11. AP)
When they attempted to obtain
lodging a a hotel here Sunday,
Three couples of Eugene motor,
ista came to grief. The men were
arrested on charges of Intoxica
tion and the parents of the girls
were notified. Found guilty on the
charges of -intoxication, Scott Par.
sons, Donald Gray and Iran Brent
were fined f 50 each by Judge F.
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West Salem News
By Helen H. Eodolf Fbgne 24021
West Salem Glad
Plant Is Leased
News of the entrance of the
Reid Mardock company Into West
Salem comes aa a pleasant ; sur
prise to many, bat Major Charles
A. Robertson ha seen and known
of the possibility, for some time.
le went ahead and built in prep
aration of this only -just baring
the Robertson buildfng completed
during; his absence. This build
ing would grace any city. There
are four complete modern apart
ments with electric refrigeration
and stores, hardwood floors and
a ecenic riew from every window.
His Edgewater court apartments
have been occupied for some
time, and are worthy of apprecia
tlon. Hop Pickers Stop
Because of Rain
Hop picking In the Brophy hop
yard stopped at . eight o'clock
Tuesday morning due to the rain.
It was estimated that tne piefcing
would be finished Friday after
noon or Saturday morning, but
the rain will delay the picking.
More than 60 pickers are In this
Mrs. William Teutsch, daughter
of William Soltxbart. with her
three children from Corrallls, has
been visiting for the last week at
the SpUzbart home in Fair Oaks.
Mrs. Barbara Beck, -anotner
daughter who has been spending
the summer at home, a loo was
there with her husband. William
Beck. Sunday Mr. Beck's mother
was an alt-day guest.
Earl Jensen accompanied by
Mrs. V. Robertson, mother.of Ma
jor Charles Robertson, and? Mrs.
William Burghardit, motored to
Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Temple attended the opening of
the CbeTTOlet agency in wooa
burn. Mr. Temple la to be em
ployed there in the future. Other
stores and garages sent flowers,
and hundreds of people passed
through the display rooms during
7:00-9:00 KXL (330). Courtesy aad
9:00-9:45 KXL Portfand Earry Birds.
9:00-10:00 KJCX (378). .-Better Homos
9:00-10:00 KWJJ (350). Ceaeert,
9:00-10:30 KTBR (339). Women's pro
9:00-13:00 KWBS (300). Housewife's
9:30-13:00 KOIN. Housewife's pro-
e-ram and town toaiea
9:45-13:00 iKJLC Home economics aad
10:00-11:00 KWJJ. Birthday boar.
10:00-11:00 KPEO (314). Request pro
10:00-13:00 KKX. Devotional
and auamhia ruido.
10:00-12:00 KOW (493). Household
helpa. PCK prorram aad i
11:00-13:00 KPEC Poataro an a ounce-
men ti aad music.
11:00-13:00 KWJJ. Oregon information.
13:00-1:00 KfKG. 8omi-classieal pro
Little symphony r-
13:00-6:00 KXL. Aftaraooa preaenU
13:00-:00 KWJJ (350). Music
1:00-3:00 KFrXJ. Luncbeoa concert.'
1:00 5:00 KKX. Varied musical pro-
1 :00-3 :00 XTBR.
Pipe organ concert.
News and music
Radio Knight aai
3:30 4:00 KPEC.
burl ton a.
; WaiianSDAT SIGHT
S:0O-:S0 KXL (320). Organ cos cert.
8:00-7:00 KOW (493). Ooaeort trio;
8:50. aelitical talk from Bpokaaa.
8:00-7:00 KEX (278r. DtiUty aad ma
8:00-7:00 ITW J J (250). Dinner concert.
8:00-7:00 KOIN (819). Organ
6:00-7:00 KTBR (2291. Dinner concert.
6:00-7:00 KTEC (314). Symphony ma
sic. aad (6:45), Now York stock quo
tations. 6:00 7 :00 KWBS (20O). Bemi-elassieal
6:30-7:00 KXL. Children's prograaa,
7:00 KTBO. TTtittty.
7:00-7:10 KTBR. Bead reports.
7:00-7:80 KOW. afasieal travelop.
7:00-8:00 KWBS. Popular music
7:00-8:00 KKX. Dinner concert.
7:00-8:00 KXU Courtesy program.
7:10-8:00 KOW. Hsmtnee uracram.
7:80-9:00 KTBRj Orhetr sad organ.
nw-v :uv&uui. . ovmmtm y v i aw.
8 :00-9 -.00 KXIx Oalambia hoar.
8:00 9:00 KEX. Music.
8:00-9:00 KOW. PCN program.
8:00-10:00 KWBS. Studio program,
9:00-10:00 KTBR. Stadia program.
9:00-10:00 KXU Moo Cow program.
9:00-10:00 KEX. Little symphony or
chestra aad vocalist.
9:00-10:00 KOW. Orchestra.
9:00-10:00 KOTN. Stadia
10:00-10:80 KWJJ. Concert, r -
10:00-11 :80 KOIN. Studio pro rram.
10:00-11:30 KWBS. Boqaeat houn
10:00-11 :80 KXU - Hawaiian .hour.
10:00-12:00 KOW. PCN dance maaic
10:00-13 HW--K EX. Dunce frolic weath
or aa police report .
10:30-13:00 KWJJ. Theatro fro lie.
11:39-1:00 KXU Xutertaiaraeat,
PCN 11-11:80 a- m.. Women's Oayetiea.
7:30-8 p. Is.; 8-8:80. travelog; 8:80-
9. aevotty travelog; 9-10, coaoart hoar;
10-13. daaco urn sic.
KPI Lea Aageloa (468). . studio; 7-
7:80. Hoary Starr; s-ii. rva.
KHJ Lea Aaguies (dO0). 6. dofugu;
6:15, music; 0:45, news; 7, vocalists
aad orohestra; 8-9, concert; 10-13. or-
rhestrs aad trio
nRO Rnokune (870). 6. oreheacra:
6:30-8, ergs a aaa vocai gatacuoas; a-
KPO Sua Iraaeiano (423). 6, musXs; 7,
8-19, PCN. . -
EPRO Baa Praaeiawa (484). 6-7, re-
maaeiarat 7:30-6. mJaatrets;- SMO-ia,
r GO Oak mad (884). , atiBty; 6:30,
aaiatot; 7. agrieuitazal; 7:30, faia
tot; Hi, PCN.'
Said Real Reason
For Hot Conflict
RICHMOND. Va-. Sept. 11
( AP ) GoTern or Smith's member.
ship In the Catholic church rather
than his riews of prohibition was
declared tonight by Senator Rob-
lison to be his opinion of the 'real
reason prompting what he de
clared "extraordinary and unjusti
fied" attacks upon the democratic
presidential nominee. -
Robinson declared a rague
dread of undue church influence"
in gorernmental . affairs had be
come manifest and called upon his
audience to remember that Vir
ginia with its statute of religious
had taken a foremost
part in declaring for separation of
church and state
The West Salem bus drfrer Is
Informing- ereryone that a. rate of
fire cents will be charged school
children on school days. Thia will
be" quite a sarin g from the usual
seren cent fare or four tickets tor
- Little Mies LmValne Cannell,
daughter of the Reverend Dr.
Cannell, has returned from Santa
Rosa, Cal where she -spent a
Urge, part of the summer with
Floyd Miles came in late Tues
day afternoon from Reedsport.
where he has been trucking on
some road construction.
SCOTTS MILLS, Ore., Sept 11
(SpL) Frank Wilson ' has
traded his property here for prop
erty near vruiamina, and la plan
ning to more there soon.
Mrs. Kate Landwing had as her
guests Sunday, her son, Henry
Landwing and family of Silverton,
and her granddaughter Mrs.
Frank Jeremiah and family of
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Worden of
Silverton and Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Rich spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Almond Rich.
Miss Nell Klnser has been Tisit
ing her aunt, Mrs. Beh Kinser. in
Salem for the past week.
Mrs. Calvin Philip of Seaside.
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Myers last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bellinrer
were shopping in Silverton Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shenherdi
visited their son Paul, and Mrs.
Shepherd's another, at Indenend-i
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pinser of
Glad Tidings Tlsited friends at
Crooked Finger Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moore of
near Silverton Tlsited Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Scott Sunday.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been ' duly ap-!
pointed by the County Court ofj
the state of Oregon, for the Coun
ty of Marion, as Administrator of
the estate of Clara E. Smith, de
ceased, and that he has duly qual
ified as such administrator: all
persons having claims against the
estate of said decedent are here"
by notified to present the same,
auiy verjxied, to me, at the office
of Ronald C. Glover, my attorney,
203 Oregon Building, Salem. Mar.
ion County, Oregon, within six
months of the date of this notice.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
29th day of August, 1928.
REYNOLDS W. OHMART.
Administrator of the Estate of
Clara E. Smith. Deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administrator,
Salem, Oregon. A.29-S.5-12-19-26
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
ty tjourt or the State of Oregon
for the County of Marion, her
duly verified final account, as ad
ministratrix of the estate of Seth
B. Maasey, deceased, and that said
Court has fixed Tuesday, the 2nd
day of October, 1928, at the hour
of ten o'clock A. M., of said day.
as the time, and the County Court
Hoom ia tne County Court House
at Salem, Marlon County, Oregon
as me piace ior neanng said final
account and all objections there
LIZZIE J. M ASSET,
Administratrix of the estate of
Seth B. Massey, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administratrix.
Salem, Oregon. A29-S.5-12-19-26
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE is hereby given that
the undersigned, by an order of
the County Court of Marion Coun.
ty, State of Oregon, duly made
and entered on the seventeenth
day of August, 1928. was appoint,
ed administrator of the estate of
Jacob Henry Hudel, and that he
nas duly qualified as such. All
persons having- claims against
said estate are hereby notified to
present the same, duly verified
as required by law, at the office
of Percy -A. Cupper, 411 Masonic
Temple, In the City of Salem,
Marion County. Oregon, within
six months from the date of this
notice, to. wit: August 21, 1928.
ALBERT THEODORE HUDEL,
Administrator of the estate of
Jacob Henry Hudel.
Percy A. Cupper, Attorney for
Administrator, 411 Masonic
-Temple.. Salenf, Oregon.
NOTICKOP BOND SALE
Sealed bids will be received by
the undersigned until the hour of
7:30 d'dock p. m., on Monday,
the 17th day of September. 1928.
end immediately thereafter open-
led by the Common1 Council of the
City of Salem. Oregon, at the city
hall in said city, for bonds of the
City in the amount of One -Hun-dred
Thousand Dollars (8100s-
000), described as follows:
City of Salem .'Sanitary Sewer
Bonds .In the amount of 8100,
900.00 in denominations of $1000
each, being dated September 1,
1928, maturing serially In num.
erical order at the rate of
$5,000.00 on the first day of Sep
tember in each of the years 1929
to 1948 A. D., inclusive, said
bonds to bear. Interest at the rate
of four and one-half (4H) per
cent per annum, payable Bemi-an-
Each bid must be accompanied
by a certified check for . two per1
cent (S) of-the par value-of the
bonds. - No bid will be received
for less thanj par and accrued in
terest. ; , .!.... ( . " V.
The approving legal opinion of
Teal, Winfree, McCulloch c Shu
ler will be furnished the success.
The right Is reserved to reject
any and all bids.
- City Recorder.
Salem, Oregon.. S. 6. 7, 8, 9, 11.
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Oregon, aa aecond class matter.
Dally and Sunday, by mall,
. per year f 5.08
Dally and Sunday, by carrier
monthly , .(0
Beading noticea, per line
(8 line minimum charge) .
Classified Advertising, per line
Classified Advertising, per Una ,
Classified Advertising, per lino
One month, daily and Sunday
per Una ,
(8 months contract)
6 lines daily minimum par
month, 4c a Una
(10 reduction for minimum
20 linea daily)
STORE FOR SALE
GENERAL MDSE., GAS, OIL
AND AJITO ACCESSORIES, LO
CATED 6 MILES FROM TOWN
ON SANTIAM HIGHWAY, $5009.
CLEAR. WOULD TRADE FOR
SHIELDS and PERKINS
381 State St.
SERVICE STATION SNAP
Has about an acre of land, store
building with living rooms, one
gas pump. Oils, confectionery,
groceries. Located on Pacific
Highway. Doing a good paying
business. Must sell on account of
health, at sacrifice price. See
Bechtel or Sears, 341 State St.
FOR SALE Real Estate
25 acres of best soil, gently roll
ing and all tillable. Near school
and town, 8 room modern home,
pressure water syetem, electricity,
full basement, on mail and cream
route, barn 30x40, 3 chicken
houses, garage. All bldgs. in ex
cellent condition. Ideal for small
dairy and poultry and a bargain
at 8500. Terms.
O. K. DeWITT
1313 Edgewater St. Phone 1643
WOOD'S BARGAINS. Four
room bungalow, paved street,
good lot, fruit-trees, $1400. An
other one for $1800. Both in
Hollywood district. New four
room bungalow, paved street,
$2300. Strictly modern new
house, fireplace and furnace
$3250, easy terms. Six room
strictly modern, close to State
house, $6500. F. L. Wood, 341
Fifteen million feet of yellow
fir at $2.25 per M, including use
of sawmill and donkey equipment,
to thoroughly experienced mill
man on stumpage basis as cut.
This Is strictly a meritorious prop
20 acres fruit and nuts close on
good road. REAL BUY at $90.00
TIMBER Fifty thousand acres
fir and pine. Well located for
logging and manufacturing. Rea
COMPLETELY stocked and
equipped ranch. Good buildings.
Some registered Jerseys, Can
take some trade.
Investigate this AT ONCE.
Completely furnished restaurant
doing fine business. A REAL
MONEY MAKER for only $2500..
WANT Private money for first
mortgage real estate loanB.
A RARE " BARGAIN 3 fine
East front lots for $800.00.
CAPITOL REALTY CO.
218 North High Phone 1143
SUBURBAN HOME WITH
2 y acres with medium ' six
room house with dandy fireplace.
225 four year old filbert trees,
1 acres strawberrLws, miscellan
eous fruits, grapes and berries. 7
electric incubators, -poultry
houses, good road-, fine neighbors;
electric Ry. service and only 4
miles from Salem s business dis
trict, all for only $5,800.00.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
-Realtor -Loans '-Insurance
147 N. Commercial St., Salem, Or.
FOR sale or trade. Income
property. 12 on $6,000. Un
able to handle. Must sell.) See
Joseph Johnson, 2095 N. Com'L.
' NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice .to hereby given that the
undersigned has filed In the
County Court of the Stats of Ore
gon for the County of Marion, his
duly verified Final Account, as
executor of the last wUl and testa
ment and estate of Louis Peter
son, deceased, and that said Court
has fixed Tuesday, the 25 th day
of September, 1928, at the hour
of ten o'clock A. M. of said day.
as the time, and the County Court!
at Salem,, in . Marion County, Ore
gon,' as the place for hearing said
final account and all objections
thereto. ' "" J :
Dated at Salem; Oregon, ' this
22nd day of August, 1928.
N.-P. -WILLIAMSON, :
Executor of the last .will and
testament and estate of Louis Pe
RONALD C GLOVER,
Attorney tor Executor, Salem.
"The bullets," said the Old Sol
dier, searching for a suitable sim
ile ,Mwers flying as thick and fast
as the golf balls on public links."
-Detroit News. .
Consult the Classified Ads for a suitable
habitation. Whether you are looking
for a mansion, a bungalow, or a small
apartment, you will find it quickly and
economically through our Classified
Landowners and tenants, both, keep in
constant touch with our Classifieds Ads
they bring the news of better build
ings and more profitable investments.
Read the Classified Ads today, and
every day, and find that someone who
wants to rent an ideal home to you.
Classified Ads -
GET THIS ONE
80 acres, highly improved ranch
3 miles from city limits of Salem.
4 acres walnuts, variety of fruit.
Equipped for 500 chickens. A
real suburban home. Price
$9,000, soma terms.
$ room house and half acre
highly improved, at San Diego,
California to trade for acreage.
O. L. FOSTER
462 State St. Room 10
-. FINE 10 ACRE SNAP
Very best of soil, 4 A. in ber
ries, some fruit. One good cow
horse Bees, all Implements. New
7 R. House. Barn, Chicken Houee.
Price $3800. Would be a good
buy at $4500. See Bechtel or
Sears, 341 State St., Room 4.
REAL FARM BARGAINS
238 acres, 160 In cultivation, 78
pasture with some timber, run
ning water, gravity water system
from spring. Entire place well
drained. Well fenced. 30 acres
in clover. 7 -room plastered house,
large dairy barn, silo, coops, gar
age. Family, orchard, fine fir
shade. 9 miles from Salem on good
rock road. Price $15,000, terms.
32 acres, mile from Pacific
highway. 8 room house, barn
and out buildings. Property well
worth $6000 by comparison to
surrounding property. Price
$3500, $250 will handle.
144 acres, nearly all in culti
vation. Family orchard. Barn,
granary, well, spring water. Well
fenced. On paved market road.
y mile from school and church
in Catholic community. A Real
Buy. Price $10,800, $3500 cash,
balance at 6 per cent to suit,
SOCOLOFSKY & SON
1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
PROFITABLE BUYS IN SALEM
Large lot abutting business
houses, large house, 4 fur. apt.,
realising big dividends. $6500.
Big cor. lot abutting large bus.
houses, large house, all fur.,
would make splendid dividends in
Service station. Can be leased.
5 rm. house, E. front, pave
f rm. bungalow, oak floors,
everything modern, double gar
age, large lot, east front, $6500.
Insure with Niagara Fire In
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
484 Court Str.
4 NICE 5 acre tracts near city
East for sale at very reasonable
price. Good terms can be ar
10 acre tract adapted to fruit
4 miles south. - Distant owner
says sell $2300. No buildings,
'- 30 acres 7 miles East. Modern
house, chicken house for 300,
large . barn, 15 acres cultivated.
about 3 to strawberries, balance
stump land pasture with just
enough timber for house use
running water $7000, good
terms. Take house in city as part.
BARBER A BOND
200 Gray Bldg. 125 N. Liberty
FINE INVESTMENT Good 7
room plastered house, fireplace,
basement, bath, etc. Fruits, nuts,
grapes and berries. Seven lots
joining Leslie school, fine view.
Will sell all or house and 3 iota,
$3,800, house and two lots
$3,500, terms. 849 Rural ave.,
or call Conner, Statesman office.
300 Ai FARM near Madras
clear, fstr acreage near Salem,
50 A. near town, all in Cult, ft
level, bldgs., fruit. Price $6000,
take residence or acreage for part.
17 A. on paved road, bldgs..
fruit, timber, creek, $2250, easy
Money to loan.
212 Gray Bldg.
$1500 4 room home, bath and
good location, $150 down.
$3000 New bungalow, 5 rooms,
basement, furnace, trays,
fireplace, good location,
$5250 New English type homev-5
- - rooms, nook, attic stair.
' . way, , all oak floors, tile
floor in bath, tile drains,
large rooms,' $500.
$4000 6 room furnished subur
ban home, basement, good
' furnace, water system.
garage, fine lot 75xi&o,
two blocks from bus line,
$3000 to loan. Fire Insurance
v- MELVIN JOHNSON
320 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone $17166 8. Liberty
125 acres, all in cultivation, ex
cellent soil, modern buildings.
Price $15,000.00, terms. This
wonderful buy is close In., , .
2 Acres, set out to 'filberts
and English walnuts. Trees bear
ing, 6 room modern home, two
chicken houses, garage. Power
water.- Electric lights. Place close
in. Price $5850.00.
Large lot 50x160 in restricted
district, price only $1000.00 with
$100.00 down or will take good
THE BUNGALOW REALTY
143 N. High St.
20 ACRES first class land, new
fully modern bungalow. Stocked
and equipped and a paying prop
osition at $6600.00, terms.
28 acres 6 miles from Salem on
good gravel road. 4 acres Beav
er - Dam land remaining good
bottom land. Some fruit and ber
ries. Balance used for dairying
and poultry. 6 room modern
houee. Bargainat $8000.00.
7 room plaateted house mod
ern except basement. Fine cor
ner lot 66x130 East front pav
ing paid. Best location in N. Sa
lem. Price $4200.00. Easy
Ulrich & Roberts
129 No. Com!
FOR SALE Nice 3 room house
2430 Lee St.
THIS EXTRA SPECIAL OFFER
In a beautiful modern home, In
S. Salem, plenty of built-lns, good
plumbing, fireplace, basement,
furnace, garage, nice lawn, and
shrubbery, honse now vacant, and
price reduced to $4500 for quick
sale, $600 down, bal. easy, or will
take good car as- part.
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State St, Phone 1727
NEW 5 rm. modern home, well
located north, furnace, fireplace,
hwd. floors, large lot, trees,
$4800, cash $500 and easy terms.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
175 S. High St.
STOCK FIXTURES AND LEASE
Fine location, good business,
best of equipment. Price $3760.
TRIANGLE REALTY COMPANY
421 Court Street Ground Floor
"Business Headquarters" -
SALE OR EXCHANGE
WHY NOT? OWN A SUBURBAN
Just one mile from city limits.
Good buildings r-Water system
Electricity Profitable orchard
A dandy 5 acre fruit and chicken
ranch. Only $200 cash reaulred.
balance $30 monthly.
20 ACRES 2 acres fruit
Good buildings. All In cultiva
tion. On pavement. A profitable
farm, equipped with .machinery
and stock. Sell on easy terms or
trade for Salem property.
' 2753tate St.
NORTH 17th Street Addition
LOTS 50x165 are still $375, and
$Z5 down, $10 a month buys.
BECKE tc HENDRICKS
.189 N. High Street
$500 DOWN New home with
5 rooms and unfinished upstairs
A u modern features. Total
price $3900. ALL balance EX.
ACTLY like rent, .
BECKE & HENDRICKS..
189 N. High Street . .
S ACRE fruit tract, rood flva
room house, good well and spring,
outbuildings. "6 ml. S. of Salem.
WANTED FARMS TO RENT
If you have a farm to lease for
cash or share of crop, see tra. We
are getting many calls. Triangle
Realty Company. 421 Court &t.
EXCHANGE "Real Estate
EXCHANGE. House and lot.
Salem, tor home In Spokane. F.
L. Wood. 341 State St. -
GREATEST Trading organiza
tion on the Pacific Coast. Wa hava
over 3000 properties listed for ex.
cnange. Every- kind of property,
everr- price rw lt in w.
Jtaa match your exchange exact
ly. ir you would like to trade your
property today, come in today. See
UASKlL.Li & JhAKLIS," Realtors
. Tel. 224$
Sf ("ACRES with 400 under
cultivation. 2 sets buildings. An
elegant sheep or cattle ranch.
Trade for city property or cash-
6 room house on South 2 Suit
Street, will take good car as first
payment at its value. Property
clear ef incumbrance. Price
To trade house tn east Port
land on ranch near Salem. What
T cement houses, store and
confectionery to trade for house
in Salem. Priced right. Proper
ty rents at $80.00 per month.
We write general Insurance.
Some cash to loan.
i LAFLAR & LAFLAR
Ladd & Bush Bank Bldg.,
5 acres 1 H miles out on good
road, close to school. Electricity.
and:: telephone service available,
best of dark rich soil. Price only
$1500 for snort time. y
2 V acres 1 miles out, on
good road for $1000, cash $50,
bal. like rent, or will build small
house and sell on easy terms.
One) acre tract not far out on
paved road, new 4 room plastered
house, with nook, built-ina, fire
place, plumbing, electric lights,
well, wood shed and garage. Price
$3200, little down, bal. easy or
will take good lot as part.
LEO N. CHILDS CO.
320 State St. Phone 1727
$2500 BUYS 3 acres with 6
room house on highway 4 milea
from Salem, 150 cherry tree 4
years old Good terms.
$160 "an acre buys acreage
North of Salem, 3 acres up on
good road 'and fine land, terms.
$7000 buys a good apartment
house, 3 apartments, good loca
tion with good income for invest
ments, mtg. $4500 straight loan.
or will -trade equity.
$110" an acre for a stocked and
equipped farm all in cultivation,
7 room houee, good barn, $1000
worth of stock and equipment
goes with place. A bargain. Old
gentleman has too much to do.
SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
202 U. S. Nat. Bank BBldg.
11 ACRES, good bouse and m-aS
barn, four miles from Capitol a
Building, pared road, productive '
soil, suitable for berries, poultry
or would be ideal for small dairy.
For sale by owner on easy terms.
5 'Acre tract real close in.
Equipped for cows and chicken.
For particulars see Ilomyer with
- W. G. KRUEGER
147 N. Com'! Phone 217
FOR RENT Houses
5 ROOM furnished house with
garage. Phone 4Z7-J.
FURNISHED house, close in,
$30.00. Phone 270 or 1852-J.
$20 MONTH Coxy 5 Room
house 1620 State St. See Bechte
or Sears, 341 State SL Room 4.
FOR RENT $25 Furnished 5
Room house 387 Mission St, See
Bechtel or Sears, 341 State St.
5-room house for rent, break
fast nook, garage. Tel. 26 22 J.
FURNISHED 5 room house,'
garage. Reasonable. Tel. 2583W.
FOR RENT 3 room furnished
house, close in. $22.00. F. L.
Wood, 341 State street.
FOR RENT 5 room modern
home, 1176 Marion. Ph. 1556J.
4 Room modern house, furnae
and. garage, $26.00.
5 Room home furnace and
garage, close in, $25.00.
4 room house furnished $23.00.
10 room house, bath and garage
5 ROOM modern home, acre of
ground on Cascade drive West Sa
lem. Eric Butler, Western Un
10 ROOM furnished house very
close la, $ bedrooms, $60 per
month. Rich. L. Relmann, 219
N. High. Phoae 86S.
HOUSE for rent with option to
buy about Sept. 15 at 750 S. High.
Six rooms with large attic. Excel
lent location, splendid -shrubbery.
Furnace, fireplace, electric stove
and heater. Will do. some reno
vating, Rent $50. If taken on 1
yr. option rent $60. SeUing price
payment -. m
1, Eugene, fc.
$6400,. Int. . No
down, interest, taxes or
for 1 yr. Write R. Walsh,
Ore., Box 204. "
FOR RENT 6 room plastered
house with garage. Locate! at
2478 E. Nob Hill. $25.00 month.
GASKILL & EARLE REALTOKS
166 S. Liberty St, Phone 224 2
- FORiRENT, Houses and apart
ments., F. L. Wood, 841- State.
12 ROfcM ! HOUSE Foi rent.
Close to all schools and business.
Located 686 Center street. Fur
nace and two firenlacee. Kitra
plumbing. Immediate, possession.
BECKE & HENDRICKS
1, 189 N. High .ttreet
FOR RENT 1-room fnrniahed
house with garage. Tel. 1390J.
FOR RENT Rooms
NICELY furnished rooms with
private entrance, also bath: 266
N. Church.. Tel. 82 J-M.
FURNACE heated room, 24 7
North Church St. Phone 622R
ROOMS to rent with or without
board. 2015 State.
ROOM In private home, mod
ern. Bath and shower. Oaraee
if desired. 1327 Marlon, tele
FOR RENT Apartments
oiiwi noaern room
apartment,- Phone 135L,
-l 4 " ROOM! modern furnished
apartment, very close in. heat and
garage. Adults. Phone 2949.
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