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OLD CI1IZ1TI1 OF il
. SEATTLE," Oct.: 10, (AP)
Traces or an old Eskimo civillra
Uon, tar rlcBef tian that of today
were found this summer on Alas
kan Islands ' In the Bering : Sea
H'arrr B. Collins, ethnologist and
ar'chaeloclst for the Smithsonian
Institute revealed today on his re
turn from Alaska. ;
Ancient Tillages;- more preten
tious than . today's settlements,
lone Houses made of drift wood
and whalebone. ivory, and bone
earrlnn of exaulsite design, and
. highly decorated utensils and wea
' pons were uncovered by Collins on
St. Lawrence and Sledge Islands
."It was a dTlllaatlon far rich
er ,-than thai o the present, pre-
Russlan probably." Collins said.
"I .would say It was from Wepp to
SOo years-old." -
He added that there was Astatic
resemblance In the earrings, Ira
; plements and frozen bodies and
skeletons, but that the origin of
thejearly Eiklmo had not been de
"The finds dlrnot prove that
the Eskimos came from Siberia,"
he said. "The Asiatics may hare
migrated from Alaska in the bo-
. "We actually found houses 1 6
feet below the habitation of this
generation and- six feet below sea
- level.' Buried in the silt and the
sweepings were bits of earring.
- bone, irory, all the utensils of 11t
lng, and the remains of extenslre
villages. Some of the bodies of
the ancient people were rather
well preserved In Ice."
Collins was accompanied by Har
ry E. Manea, Alaskan teacher. The
, greatest "hardship" suffered by
the pair during 'the summer was
not 'the cold, isolation, nor the
. digging of frozen earth, but hav
lag to eat their own cooking,. the
CITY BALL SERIES
CHICAGO, Oct. 10. (AP) J.
McCarthy's Cubs, third place wln
; ners In the National League race,
are the champions of Chicago. .
After losing two straight games
to their south side rivals, . Lena
Blackburne's White Sox, the Cube
pounded almost everything thrown
at them Tuesday by . four tired
hurlers and won the seventh and
deciding game of the city cham
pionship series, f 3 to 2. Twenty
fire thousand saw the contest.
Sheriff Blake, who already had
won one game In the series, pitch
ed masterful ball for the Cubs
again today, holding them score
less until the last inning. when be
took matters easy and the White
Sox pushed across their, two funs.
He allowed but seven hKs, while
the Cubs got II hits, a good share
.of their runs were. -score -don-op-poneats
errors. Five times the
White Sox committee bobbles.
Fork of Human
CUBS VVIril CHICAGO
Bone Receivemjunior B. Y. P. U.
- Donuegan Wiggins, cnrlo col.
lector, Tuesday received from Sid
ney Chance of the Island of Pa
pua, a native dining fork made
from a human thigh bone. The
fork Is longer than those used In
civilized countries. Papau Is an
island located some distance north
- ? However, when airplanes take
, the plaees of automobiles pedes
trians will again inherit the earth.
la November tad Decern.
A ber - direct sailings from
. v - a r m
W vueoec ann Mint John '
sDosra magnificent Can- yt
adian Pacifjc liners to the
Old Couritry for the;'
Cbristmasand the New
' Year holidays. Special
sleeping car service.
, from Varicouver, B.C
direct ; to ship's side - '
no delays. Here is
the schedule; '':
On Noy. 28,.frottr
Quebed; on Dec. 7,
14, 15. 21 from
Ssint J6hn. Includ
ed in (European
ports jot call are
fastf Get. litera
ture and rates.
tht World (
German Dirigible Ready For
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United State with nutil and passengers following ' a series of trial fllghta. Picture shows the new
dirigible cruising over Lake Constance In German y during recent trial flight. '
CHURCH ASSETS TO
ATLANTA, Oct. 10. (AP) A
petition Intended to conserve for
the Baptist Home Mission board
certain reported assets of Cliniqn
S. Carnes, - its Indicted former
treasurer, has been fifed In su
perior court Jiere, naming three
appointees of the board,' solicitor
general John Boykln, and two
concerns Carnes headed.
The petition, an amendment to
a suit filed sereral weeks ago by
Walter R. Brown, Atlanta lawyer
and; Baptist - layman, alleged
Carnes loaned $5,000 to Dr. 8. D.
Gray, 1 former secretary and now
acting treasurer of the board, and
that the 95,000 belonged to the
board. The suit asks thst Dr.
Gray's home, -given as loan se
curity, be held for the board.
Hugh M. Willett. custodian of
hoard securities, owes. Carnes or
the Phoenix Bealty comnany.
which Carnes headed, approxim
ately 18.000, the petition-said, al
leging this also to be board money.-
Wlllet was asked to turn over
securities estimated in the "suit to
be worth $300,000 to the board.
Dr. Arthur J. Barton, office
secretary of the board, the salt
said, r borrowed $2,600 " f r on
Carnes. and repaid It.
The Phoenix firm and auto re
claiming company, which Carnes
headed,-was financed Out of board
money, "the suit "alleges. The
covrt . was asked to , restrain the
companies from delivering any
ietef ams new Aeld by them
to carnes or his agents.
Is Organized At
INDEPENDENCE, Ore.. Oct. 10
(Special) A Junior B. T. P.
U. of the Baptist church was or
ganised Sunday evening with Mrs.
r. O. Parker as sunerlntendent.
A junior department of the
Sunday Echool was also recently
organized at-the Baptist church.
AMITY. Ore . Oct. 10. Special)
The sentor class at Amity high
scnooi last week ordered, com
mencement announcements and
tne school board ordered the dl
plom&s for the graduation exer
cises next June. The junior class
also selected class rings and pins.
now easy u would be to get
rich if hunches to buy. and sell
stock were only more rellable.
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Hofer and Sons Receive C :
: $84,000 Year For Work
"w ttj - s. .--
r or u tilities Unnpan
WASHINGTON. Oct. 10. (AP)
The payment of approximately
184,000 annually to E. Hofer and
Sons, of Salem, Oregon, by Indi
vidual uuuiy companies in many
sections of the country was dis
closed today through the testi
mony of Robert M.-Hofer, man
ager. in the federal trade com.
mission's power Investigation.
The firm sponsors a monthly
magazine; "The Manufacturer.
and a weekly industrial news ser
vice, both -of which have been
sent regularly to between 13,000
and 14.000 newspapers fa the 48
states for about four years. Hof
er said the publications had con
sistently opposed the government
in business and municipal opera
tion of utilities, but emphatic
ally denied that this policy had
been Influenced by the money re
ceived from utility Interests.
. Becrecjr Denied 1
Examined by Robert E. Healy,
cuiuuiission counsel, tne witness
said that the activities of his
firm had always been "above
hoard." He testified that if had
fought public ownership for years
prior to meeting with utility re
presentatives in New York four
years ago. when the'arranremnt
for financial support - was made.'
ueaiy introduced -into the record
copies of - the -snagazine 'and news
service Issues, aloar with mvIm
of editorials against nubile own.
ersnip wnien had been sent out by
the Hofer firm and .printed in
rural publications. He noted 4hat
some of these did not show the
source of the editorial matter.
Numerous letters from the Hof
er correspondence were introdno.
ed. One under date of Mat
1025. written to A. R. Gwlnn, of
the Central Illinois nnhlle r.
vice company. Springfield. ! 111..
said the service was primarily for
( PRESIDED TO
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PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 107
AP) J. V. Burke, president of
the bank of Kenton, a Portianii
suburban Institution, and . rice-
presiaent or the United Meat com
pany, both of which concerns are
now, defunct; must serre v seren
years In state prison Id Salem and
pay a fine of $2,500, unless his
attorneys are able to reach the
supreme court of the United
biates on an appeal
wm. conTJcea oy a cirin Marion county. Busses have
vuk coun- jarj lasi JniT r on
charges of abstraction and misap
plication of the 'Bank of Kenton
funds in connection with the op
eration of the meat company. The
sentence : Imposed was stayed
pending a petition for a rehearing
to the supreme court of Oregon.
This appeal. was denied today in
a ruling by Justice Brown who
affirmed the circuit court.
Stanley Myers, district attor
ney, said today he expected to re
ceire ' the mandate from h
supreme , court within the ' next
few days. The document will be
entered in circuit coprt here and
Burke must start serring . his
term or appeal, to the United
States supreme court. ' ' r
Oraclsus stnrtee ados ts as'
hospitality you tajoy at thls
: besutirsl hotel . . b down--tews
tin rrsadsce, anwBg'
y -f thepi and msstrss. Vv-
- ksJ Bsd,
Zmmb T. Ttttucx, ilMMMfir '
- CTf.ATldAaCM (
The New Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning, October 11, 1928
for the ti
small city dallies and country
"In the aggegate,'' it continued
"These paper reach the majority
or American citizens who hold the
balance of power In our state and
The letter defined the objects
of the work as to reduce the vol
ume of legislation that Interferes
with business and Industries; to
"minimize and counteract .poli
tical regulation of business' that
Is hurtful;" to "dlscoarage radic
alism by labor organisations and
all sorts of agitators;" to "To
fight constantly for - reasonable
taxation by .city and county gov
ernments;" andfe wage "a scien
tific educational campaign against
all socialistic and radical , propa
ganda." - V
-' In conclusion, Hofer . referred
Gwlnn to W. H. Hodge, of the
H. M. Bullesby Co., Chicago, or
Martin Insnll, of the Middle West
Utilities Co.. Chicago, concerning
his firm's work. ' -
Witnesses subpoenaed to appear
nl the inquiry tomorrow include
Berkeley Enow, secretary,- North
west Electric Light and Power
Association, Portland,! Oregon;
W. R. Putnam, treasurer, ;.. Idaho
committee on relation " of elec
tricity - to agriculture. ' Boise, Ida-
he; H. L.-Walter manager, Ore
gon' Public utility information
bureau, Portland, and Mrs. Claire
K. Tripp, director, Washington"
Industries Education bureau,
Initial? Rounds of
Golfers of the Ulahee club who
survived the first round of match
play Sunday Included J. H. Far
rar, Don Young. Roy Simmons.
Rex Sanford, Dr. H. H. OUnger
and Walter Page. Others who still
are in the running as a result of
winning their matches by default
are Earl Simpson, R. I. McLaugh
lin. Gale Zener, George W. Hug,
Qua Hlxson, H. Schmalle and- J.
T. Hardin. ,
O. E. Gets Permit
To Abandon Lirie
The interstate commerce com
mission has issued a certificate of
public convenience and necesslty
permlttlng the Oregon Electric to
abandon its branch : line between
it ww ua a him w f f wu sisi aa
been substituted for trains.
-. ::t: ,;rr rraits : :
. . ' (Wbolesalo ketationa)
ipploa, f. and tr r . : . .
' Snow ' '
. Winter Baaaaaa, Wa.
Northern apy ' '
Craa berries. Western, sax.
Dromedary. SO. 10-os pkga. 6.TS
Iga. aew erop . . , L0
Qrspefrait, Cay. ease
CM.; accCloaa, lag , -" ' '
CaL Tokay. Jag ' ,,
Cal. White Halagaa, tag
.75 Q 1.00
OhL Ladyflngern, lag
Coareorda. Wt -
wai aoaey, aew crap.
Umea.- eartoas. S frr
Halaaa- : . ,
lea cream, lb.
Oranges, Vsloaslaa - : ,
150a and largar ; ' "' . '
17So, tlSs -
3(s U S24s
Poars, i- :
Wa. J.R. Haloo..
Oraaxa CUn-a Hu
Artiekokea, doa. '
Boaaa. 6r. aaak lota, Ib
DiU weed. doa.
Celery. J La bisk. e
Bpta-ea, - toeai, la.
ayissb - - . ,v. " ;,-
. .OS I
- .so .
. .OS -
Canwta, local, aaek,- Ik-.
Cab Vase, ieeai. raT'
VlMi, n. ,
aBgggBjBBgBBaaessesssssss i m ,
CLASSIFIED ' AfrVEimiSING
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Bnnched receUblcs. pr sos. bnnck
: Cftrrota , U9 .so
BhM , , 0 . SO
, Toraipi , i-i ., , .80
Lattacs, local, erat -Potatoes
Yakima Gem. AO. .
Yak. Gems Ko. S.
Peppers, local, reea.
Tostttoes. local, bos .
Bsall piektinf., lb.
. (Retail quotations)
Oslf-BMal. 25 lbs... .
Sairr eeo ton
Cora, whole.' tea -
Cracked and r round
Mill ran, ton
Car . aiasa
(Quotstion to Producer)
(Quotation to producer)
Bens .besTjr . - .12
Medium .. ... .16
Lights : 14 .15
Lechorn broilers, under 2 lbs 25
Sorinsers 24(3 .25
Boosters, old .07
' Botterf at
Butterfat , ; , .53
Prints ., , , ; .58
Carton ,,,,., .54
Wheat, Western Red. bu
Soft white u
Oats, fray, bu
White, bu. .
(Buy inr "prices)
rail clip and lambs1 ...40 .42
- H Ohair
Pail clip -, 48 3
Kid . . 68 .60
(Buyias; price rants)
Lambs ... , -
.os a. it
...02 6 .00
PORTLAND. Ore- Oct. 10. (AP).
Cash grain: Wheat Big Bend bluestem,
hard white $1.46; soft white 81.21;
western white, $1.20; hard winter $1.12;
northern spring $1.11; western ret $1.15
Oats . Z, 38 lb. white. s;jj.
Barley No. 2. 45 lb. B. W.. $34.
Corn No. 2 Eastern Yellow, shipment.
Mliirnn stanaarev, szo.au.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. 10. (AP).
Hay Buyinr prices: Eastern Oregon
timothy. S20.5021.00; valley. $17,000
17.50: alfalfa., lll.50Uia.vv; Clover,
$14.00 015.00: oat hsy. $15.00 15.30
straw, $7.50 ton. Selling prices, $2 ton
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. 10,
Dairr Exehanre, net prices :
Batter: Extras 4Be; stanaaraa eve;
nrini firsts 47c: firsts 44V4c.
Eggs: extras 7e; xirsis auc; meoinm
extras 87e: medium firsts 3Se: under-
PORTLAND, Ore.,' Oct. 10. (AP).
Milk steady, raw milk .(4 - per cent).
82.15 cat dellTered Portland, less 1 per
cent. - Batterfat, station. 52e;' track.
Sle dalHared'at Perttand. 55c, ' :, -
fooltry. steasy, v (raying prices
alive, aaaer keas (orar 4H poaads).
25e; aaodiam kaaa 8V4 to 4 Va-pounds).
18e; light (under 8 pounds) ioe: eld
roosters, loe; rp rings ssa igaoraa,
or 1 aonnda. 25ei stars, 18e; nader 3
aaaada. 80e: vouna white Pekia docks.
20 22c; tnrkeys, alira, 2530e; broil-
PoUtoea. steady per auadred pounce.
Takima Ooms, $ 1.40 1.60; Cobblers,
$1.4001.50; weal, partly graoeo, si.zo;
No. 2a. 75Oc
PORTLAND, Ore.. Oct. 10. (AP).
Cattle and calves steady. Receipt
Steers (1100-1130 lbs.), good, $11.00
012.50; (950-1100 loi. good, fi-.uo
12.50: (800 and ud. medium. $10.75
12:00; common. $9.25 10.75. Heifers
raso lhm. vi . rood, siu.ouun lu.oa:
common. $8.75 10.00. Cow, good.
$9.00 a $.50: commoa to medium, $7.00
S.OO: low cutter. $4.7507.00. Bulls
vaarlinea excluded!, sooa oeeis. mi. tow
7.75; cutter to medium. $o.5O07.za.
Calves (600 lbs. down), medium to
thtifli. S 1 0.00 12:00: cull to
$7.50 10.00. veaiers, miia-ioo, wt io
choice. $13.50014.50; medium, l.uu
Q13.50; cull to common, iy.uvwM.vv
hh. steadv. KeceiDta u.
Heavy weight (250-850 lbs.), mefinm
to choice. $8.00V.ao; meaium weigm
2OO-2S0 lbs.), medium to choice. $8.75
S.75; light weight (160-200 lbs.), me
dium to choice. $9.75 10.25; light
lights, (180-150 lbs.), meaium to cnoice,
ta.S0tftB.75: nsckinc sows, rough, and
smooth. $7.50 8.50; slaughter pigs (90
120 lbs.), medium to choice. $8.25 fi)
9.00: feeder arfd stocker pigs (70-130
lbs.), medium to choice, $8.50.5O.
(Soft or oily bogs aad roasting pigs ex
cluded In above quotations.).
Sheep and Iamb. Bteaay. Keeeipu
1120. . , . . ;
Lambs (84 lbs. down), gooa m enoiee,
111.00013.50; (92" lbs. down), medium.
ain ooiail.OOt (all weirhts). cull to
common. $8.50 10.00; yearling; wethers
(150 lbs. sown), meaium to cnoic-, o.v
10.00; owes (120 lbs. down), medium
to choice, $4.60ao.so; (izu-xou ,D-':
lium to choice, S3.&u$o.uo; tan
weights), enll to common, $2.00 2.50.
rmif.xtM. Oct. 10. (AP). - An
nouncement that 85,000,000 bashela more
wheat bad been piled on top of tie
-) anilebla snnnly did much to ap
art wheat values today. The addition of
the last week male
the total 380.000,00
00 bushels, compared
with 187.000.000 bushels a year ago. .
Cleatag quotations o waeat were un
settled 1 S-8e to 1 1-802 tte act lower.
Corn, finished lV4e to 1 7-8c dewn-and
oata HQS-Sc to e off.
f 1TW TORS STOOKS
iUEW YORK. Oct. 10. (AP). Violent
a4vaaee in the - high priced IndustriaU
aSd speeialties. several oi waica reacaea
record high prices, featured the resump
tion of tne areas, upward movemeat in
today stack market. Extreme gains in
tha Volatile Issues ran from 5 t nearly
IS points Vat soma .of these were cut
down by profit-taking, which was auite
heavy towards th close.
Montgomery-warn, waica soia row
ss 117 this year, soared nearly 14 points
t a new high record at 176 H on reports
that tka. company would kav 200 stores
in operation January 1, all financed out
of earning. ' . " f
Allied Obemlral soared a new veas
at 2841, but the stock later sold down
to 228. up porata . amerteaa
BatlUik reached. 168.- us 10 points, the
best p&c la Ita history. . Radio came
luu-k iVW the ooeeulatlve motligbt with
a -a!d eHmb of over 10 points to 115.
Ooaeral Mootra touched a new peak at-i
IS 5-8 aad taea alippod bee- e SISH.
,a I point. New peak prices war rea-ie.
laws tT as laaas v wiser iseaosv lae nn
incladlnr ralr reduetioa, Oeneral Ice
nam. Victor Talkiar Maehine: Goodyear
Tire. Leo Kabbar and Baaaca tapper.
S Bails moved ap with the industrials,
Trxa A Pacific ataaaHag ant with sat
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10:30-13:00 KXU Entertainment.. .
10:30-11:00 KOIN.. Dance band.
11 :0O-12 :00 KXU Sportsman's club.
11:00-12:00 KGW. Studio danc epro-
gram. ' - ' - - J
13:00-1:00 sun. KXL. -Popular enter
. OUTSIDE STATIONS v
PCN 7-8, Los Angeles, studio pro
gram ; 8 :30-9. concert ; S :3O-10. Camp
Fire program; 10-43.- dance. music.
KHQ Spokane (370). , orchestra:
8:45. "Dough Boys," 7-8, music; 9,
PCN: 10-13. dance music, i
KFI Los Angeles (488). 8. studio; 7-
11. PCN. r.
KPO San Francisco (422). 8. music;
7, Lem and Lai ; 7 :30-8, music ; 9-13,
PCN. i - - - ? '
KFRC San Francisco; (454). 8, util
ity; 8:30, music; 7. Romanciers: 8,
concert; 8. 10:20-12 :10. orchestra.
KHJ Loa Angelea. (400). 8. . doings;
S:ls. music: -4:45. news: T. music:
7 :30. "Happiness :" "Early Bird
t. cartoonist's hour ; 11-12, orchestra
and trio. ? -.!f .-. ..-
KOMO Seattle (80 J). I. orchestra; 7.
PCN 8, orchestra and quartet; 9-10,
.feature ; 11-12 :30, orchestra. I
KGOk Oakland, CaL 884); 8. utility :
7. PCN ; 8, eld borne and minstrel
' sons : S. PCN. -. - " .-
KJR Seattle C848).' 4, sjDJiotracements ;
f S :15, theatrical review ; 8 ."30, dance
' music; 7, string trio; 7.1S, court of
" beauty 8:10, salon orehaatra;. 10.
10:30-13. erchestra- - '
KTA San "Francisco (335). 8. news:
:lf, Oolden Gate Cryer ; 7 :30. 8.
feature : 9-18. preheat i a. -i-
KNX. Los Angeles (337). , 8, string
jwtet: 8:30. organ; 8-9., feature ;
10f orchestra V. 13. danc hmw. .. ,
KFWB Hollywood 31). S., concert
. quintet ; S :30, antertalsera; 7, or.
etoeetra: 7 :30. entertamer ; 8-8:30,
music : 9. err tie afra: IS i. .
KFOA- BaatUo (447). 8. tnsvel aerrlce:
t. iraaw i :io. o-eltr: S.S Thi:
11900 for a S room home, lin
ing room, dining - room, 2 - bed
rooms, bath', laundry, trays, gar
age and fine lot, $100 down. ;
$2600 for a gfiod .home,
rooms, fruit rodm, fireplace,
woodslied ' earajce. r paying " and
good location, $100 down.
$3000. New bungalow. 4 rooms
and nook, wired or electric store,
full basement, furnace, laundry
trays, .fireplace, garage and pay
ing, $400 down.
' $3800. New modern 5 room
semi-English typo home, paring,
garage, etc., $200 down.
$3500. Six room home, mod
ern except fireplace, garage, $500
$5000. New 6 room English
type home, modern In every way,
paving, etc.. $500 down
$1000 to loan
Auto and Fire
320 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 637
RENT or lease 7-room furnish
orl house. 240.00.
Pav nart cash. ana oxenange
contracts or city property or both
for desirable tract near city pricea
rie-ht Land must dram well.
Take car towards North Salem
home either furnished or unfur
nished, or towards tract near city
Have Newport property want
something here. Will assume.
BARBER & BOND
200 Gray Bldg. 125 N. Liberty
40 acres 10 miles out on pared
road, has a -4 room house, small
barn, some bottom land with
small creek andpripgs. Place is
all fenced with woven wire. A
good buy for $3000.
83 acres, part bottom land, has
6 room house, family orchard,
running water. Price $4500. Will
trade for small tract or city prop
123 acre Dairy farm, about 40
acres cultivated, 5 room house,
barn and chicken house. . A real
bargain for $6500.
SEE Thomason with
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
320 State Street Phone JJ27
49 acres most all cultivated,
fair set bldgs.. on good road, close
to grade and high school. - This
farm is offered at a real sacrifice
to close an estate. Price only
r$2650, part terms.
For Sale By
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
HOMES PRICED RITE
$6500. Real Home, 6 rooms up
to the minute, large lot. beautiful
lawn, flowers, shrubbery, shade
trees, garage, mosUideal location.
Price cut to $6250, terms. Every
thing in. , nothing lacking, it's ft
real home.. - :
for $4660 of 5 JldomS, on Fair-
mount Park.- with a grand view.
Way under priced. .
" A BETTER ONE
on North Winter St.New, strictly
modern 7 Rooms,' has 4 bedrooms.
Price . .$6860 should" sell for
$7600. V - - . ;
Now if you want cheap
home we have, them rom $60
and op. - ;-.t;.- .
Vacant lots, paving paid, $600
Houses for rent
Apartment for Rent
; Farms for Rent
To Buy, sell, rent or trade prop
See BECHTEL or SEARS
341 State St. Room. 4
FOR SALE OR TRADE
$8000. Beautiful 64 A. farm,
40 A. plow land,' bal. in brush.
Easy cleared, rich black loam soil.
running water, fenced and cross
fenced, fair farm Bldgs.,- good
road, near Pacific highway, five
miles from court house, owner
away most sacrifice, take some
Fine 68 A. farm, good Bldgs.,
stock, crop and Implements for
$8000 take a house as part pay.
120 ACRE SNAP
Located on Howell Prairie, half
under cultivation, CaL . fine pas
ture. Some good timber,
running water, good Bldgs., fenc
ed and cross fenced, good gravel
road near highway. Price $20.-1
000. take some trade.
The best farms, on the market
for the. Prices If Interested see
-BECHTEL or SEARS
341 State St. Room 4
'"''"----------- - -i--i-uWi-irii liijj
NEW 4 rm. house. : eor. . lot.
paved str. $4800. Terms. o
6 rm, house,' modern;' on' paved
st.. garage. 83700.
7 rm. house, modern, large lot.
ast front, paved strl $6800. '
z acres with 6 rm. house, close
to Salem, $4500.
insure with Niagara Fire In
surance Co. ,
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
. 484 Court Str -
szuo buys a 12 acre tract
north of Salem, fair buildings. H
acres fruit, 4 acres of berries, fine
tana, 91000 down, good terms."
$150 an acre for acreage of 5
acres. 5 tracts sold recently, one-
mira aown, line ground and also
Fine 7 room house all mrtm
row on unit - trees, east front,
pavement paid - Party . leaving
town." Price 1 4000: rinnd ta-m.
fWUAKB VKAli REALTY CO. :
;ltl TJ,.;&: Natri Bank. Bldg. e
fi-vvf a . . . - .
', i, . . .
$15.00 each' foe
fnrnUhed ftpartnienu water nnd
llghu, furnished. 1 .-oa
LEO N. CHITJ1 m ' : t..i..
asaa , we. .,asB s, sjp s v
320 SUte Street : Phone 1727
A Hfl Li .t a-aj - S-8ae
Right in th Holl-wnrul fc-.f-
ness i distrjet at 1885, Fairgrounds
Road.- Large -lot . nt g
houB with furnace -and 'garage.
All for $3750.00: -M-ln. -it ?Ti
vestigate... . :
yr. o. xrueger ; ,
- . -ur . - , .
lfT N. Com! . '
17 VACANT LOTS Sa 1 em
$100.00 each or all for $1000.00
cash. See or write Rt. 5, Box
123A. ' -
800 A.-"A1U, wheat ranch for
valley farm or acreage.
10 room furnished Apt. home
and half A. fine location. Silver-
ton. $5600. ' Want cheap land.
35. A. farm, bldgs., fruit, tim
ber, $4000. terms or take resi
dence. . . ' -
See our list before buying or
exchanging, we can suit you.
Farms, Acreage, " houses, for
rent;"' :- .
PERRINE & MARSTERS
J12 'Gray Bldg.
5 ROOM fully, modern nearly
new bouse. A, gooa Duy at
$4500.00 or will rent.
room modern bungalow. 2
good lots ' with fruit trees. A
choice place. Price 14800.00 or
will trade for house In Portland. ;
22 acres bottom land on good
road at $1600.00 Easy terms.
Garage bouse with furniture;
included at $675.00.. '
We j, have a gopd selection of
modern houses for rent.
Should you hare anything to
trade tell us about it.
Ulrich and Roberts
129 "N. Com'! St. Tel. 1354
NEW HOMES Immediate pos
session Will sell to. responsible
people on terms basis. Low inter
est. Each has 6 rooms with all
modern features. Priced $3750
BECKE & HENDRICKS
189 N. High St.
. 2- ACRE TRACT nice grove
5 room house with bath, base
ment, hot and co'' water septic
tank. Chicken house, family or
chard, good garden spot Good
view. Pricp $4&00-Easy terms.
. . Farms ' to rent.
Private money to loan.
SOCOLOFSKY & SON
1st Nat-'l Bank Bldg.
6 ROOM house and 2 lots. In
good location. Call 2075 Center
St ; . .
. ACRE fruit tract,' good five
room house, good well and spring,
outbuildings. 6 ml. S. of Salem.
Phone 36F13. . . -
WANTED Real Estate
HOP YARD WANTED
Have client who wants to buy
hop yard of about 75 to 100 acres.
Must be good and priced right.
Also have buyer for 6 acre tract
not too far out If priced right.
Want more listings of all kinds.
Will hustje the buyers.
California property to trade lor
Oregon. Office open evenings.
- O. L. FOSTER - .
462 State St, Room 10
EXCHANGE Real Estate
SALE OR EXCHANGE
. ROOM HOUSE, West Salem.
Modern, except' basement. .: Price.
$2550. $200 cash will handle.
Will exchange for service. station.
9 ROOM HOUSE," modern." Pav
ed street, close In location in Sa
lem.- Price $6000. Exchange for
service' station or camp - ground
TRIANGLE REALTY COMPANY
421 Court Street Ground Floor
CORVALLlS 13 rooms, all
rented. Price $7,000. Exchange
for acreage to value.
TRIANGLE REALTY COMPANY
421 Court Street Ground Floor
HAVE- $5000.00 - In Amarillo.
Tex. property. Trade for real es
tate near Salem. W. B. George.
R. F. D.. Box 126 Amarillo. Tex.
6 A. Close to Salem In cultiva
tion $1800.00. Easy terms." Write
or see, owner, Rt. 5, Box 123A.
77 ACRE farm for rent.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT. REALTOR.
says: That he has a 665 acre dairy
and stock fart on Pacific -highway
with f lneVtnodern buildings.
Sold last yearrfbr .... $45,000.00.
Due to reverses of owner, for sale
now at $36,000.00 on very easy
terms. Small farm up to $10,000
will be accepted in part payment.
147 N. commercial, Salem. Ore.
...... ....... ,i 1in.JU.1.Ji
200 ACRE da fry farm. 145 cul
tivation, bal. good pasture, 'some
oak timber, creek and spring wa
ter, rich river bottom land, large
dairy barn, accommodate 36 cows
and 100 tons hay. good : frame
house and out bldgs., easy terms
rigoi party." -
' SHIELDS PERKINS ;
381 State St. Phone1784
7 ACRES and 6 rm: hmi.
age, elec avaflable. all In variety
of fruit. . some berries, close in.
Owner ill and anxious to sell and
?i7rea.rcea to 3300 " Pmt. of
1200 will handle and easy terms
on remainder. -
WINNIE PETTYJOHN. Realtor
' 175 S. High St..
11 ACRES, good house .and
Rn1iiiur " al,e fron Capitol
Building, pared road, productive
sou. suitable for berried, poultry
Son? 2538- W
T on Tel road. : 54
SSnJf? MInTUI: 55 A. In
cnlUvation 1500 corda fir tim-
"k- and springs; good 8
room boose, fair barn with stan-
2 w ,or.v15 cow s
or wltnttt stock on good
ISf or accePt city property in
trade. - - - , :'.,. ,...: :.
1313 Edgewater ; ; Phone 1643
; ' 1 '
tln ATEI? Tra4tt rganlia
tion on the Pacific rrt.t xJL --
an am. . rm
r!'"0, ProporUes listed for ex.
ev1rrJrSl'ry klnd of Property.
Terr. price. . trsr . !,. w
u t 0" yo.ttr -change exact-
' '"""wo nae to trie your
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