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I BE SOMETHING YOU' WANT IN
- DKAD THIS FIRST:
"Several disturbing elements had al
ready entered the life of Byrn Ham.
v ' toe, who had just-married the arro
H Vant, -- irresistible Larry -Brownin.
"hey were spending the nisht at the
- JUckstone at Cincinnati wtiere
-rry'e friends who had come to at--end
their wedding, were giving a
;rty la their honor. When the
arty had reached a high pitch In
. 'te crowded rooms. By rd found Uut
! fast-moving- crowd had , no In.
"rest for her. When she discovered
. ndta Campbell, a former sweetheart
- 6 Larry" a, and Lorry sitting danger-.-"
'ualy on a window - sill before an
pen window, they misinterpreted her
;mxteiy as jea'ousy. Humiliated, she
the party and returned to th-tt
: .ooma t-- -
- ti Larry pat la an appearance the
"- nest . morning, disheveled and weary
and - penitent, but Byrd's relief at
. itiivlng him safely back obliterated
-very feeling of resentment. In con
treat to Larry's wardrobe, Byrd's
wedding riaery looked shabby and
home made, and while he was sleep
ing she decided to go to the nearby
. department store .and buy some
ridthea. 'She returned to find another
tarty In progress In their suite, with
ury the gay center or K. In this
group of spenders, Byrd s iew
clothes. at bargain prices, showed
tittle improvement over those she
. already had. Larry ordered and paid
for an elaborate supper. Larry and
, 3yfd were leaving for their honey
moon at White Sulphur Springs and
the crowd had gone to the depot with
them to see them off. Byrd oilseed
Larry Just aa the train waa pulling
(NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY.)
e e e .
- '!-.. CHAPTER VIII.
BUT Larry hadn't been left be
; He came in from the coach in
the rear. looking a little guilty
and Byrd guessed at once that he
had been Baying good-bye to India
where there were no spectators.
"I ducked the racket." .he sa!d
lamely, flashing his gay smile at
her which he had long ago learned
smoothed away all Irritation.
vVery often a man is endowed
with some feminine charm, like a
rmile or a soft voice, and disguised
as a male trait, it has a double
lure. And Larry knew that he
could dissolve any woman with
that smile. .
"Aren't you getting a little tired
of all this lice and white satin and
'just married' business"? Larry
Byrd checked the question that
was on the tip of her tongue. They
were Just beginning their honey
moon and she was going to forget
every Incident associated with
those terrible twenty-four hours.
Only one 'thing bothered her
and bothered her terribly. She
constantly put the guilty and un
worthy thought away from her.
But there it stood, a ghostly ques
tion mark. In the back of her con
sciousness. "Where had Larry spent the
previous night? Why did India lie
about It? How much did ahe know
about it?" ,
"Gee gosh, I'm glad we're
through with that bunch," he said
aa he drew the door of their draw
ing room shut behind him.
He said it with so much honest
conviction that Byrd felt that af
ter all he hadn't been to blame for
any . of the occurrences of the
night before. Weddings were Im
portant events and bad to be duly
celebrated even though only one's
friends and family got any fun
out of them.
,YKlss me, grayblrd." said Lar
ry, as he drew her gently down on
hp knees. MI haven't had time
yet to realise you belong to me . . .
that you're all all all mine . . "
"Oh Larry," said Byrd. with the
tears very near the surface, "what
a relief It'll be just to be alone for
a week. It hasn't seemed a bit
sacred and beautiful and well, you
know different than if we were
just pals on a lark."
. Byrd stole a glance at his face
so slim, young and angular, wit!:
high plateaus under his dark eyes
Why, in Hollywood, Byrd decided,
Its strong, tense darkness, relieved
only by the white wing of that
smile, like lightning across a mur
ky sky, and those dynamic ey??
that glinted sparks of fire, would
have won him a fortune.
A tiny, little huft appeared way
down below the deep places of her
being. She wished he wasn't quit 3
ao handsome! Then she pushed the
thought back down again for she
was ashamed of her selfishness. ,
'Larry suddenly crushed her
against him so tightly that It
hurt; yet she had no wish to be re
leased. "I'm so darned crasy about you
that oh well, wait and see if I
. won't love you to pieces devour
you " and hjs eyes looked Into
hers passionately, hungrily.
"You'll have to work awfully
hard to love me as much as I love
you," whispered Byrd. She smiled
up at him happily. .
. ,'Think go?" he looked at her
sharply. .Thenu he grinned, "I
never thought I'd get married. I
Intended to stay a gay bachelor all
my days. So you know, honey,
that I'm awfully hard hit to get
married at all!"
- Byrd's breath quickened and
her heart with Us violent beating
seemed to crowd, out all the other
organs that belonged In her light
; . Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned will receive
sealed bids until 7:30 o'clock
rp. m.; November 19, 1928, for
the construction of a concrete
sidewalk of standard width
' and ' dimensions at grade on
Fifth Street in front of and
abutting upon fractional lots
tjvo (2), three (3), four (4),
and five (5), east of the Ore
- gon Electric Right-of-way, in
Block Two (2), of Broadway
Addition to the City of Salem,
Marion Con n t y, Oregon,
where there now is no side
walk. . -'
Plans and --specifications
may be had at the office of
the City Recorder. -
The right is reserved to re
ject any and all bids in ' the
interest of the City. 7 ; J
& " MARK POULSEN,
City- Recorder. -
young body.' Love, romance, mar
riage. the most wonderful things
in the world. She had them an:
: She knew that no other woman
had ever been loved or had ever
loved so- deeply; so consnmingly,
Lor love love! Nothing in
the whole wide world could ever
destroy that divine flame that
consumed ''her'. . , that seemed to
merit way every barrier between
her and her. love for Larry .
that responded so ardently to that
cascade of emotions that Larry
was pouring over her.
For Byrd I had only lived on the
surface, on the outer shell of the
great pulsing thing called life.
She had looked Into a mirror
which had given back only her
own smiling reflection, nothing
deeper or darker clouding her
vision than leaves drifting on the
sunlit surface of a stream.
Byrd nestled . like a homlu
I pigeon In the strong circle of uls
arms which held her fast like
leather thongs. Larry kissed her
white forehead that shaded so
marveiously Into the shell pink of
her satiny cheeks which In turn
blended gradually. Into a. deeper
coral until it was lost in the blood
red of her lips, twin cherries that
seemed to be trembling, waiting
to be plucked.
Byrd's eyes closed and she was
content to drift out into the sea of
oblivion, carried on a quiet cur
rent until she was submerged in
deep waters and lulled by the mo
tion of the waves passing over her.
From the funny old-fashioned
haek, drawn by horses and driven
by a little straw-faced man, with
"Greenbrier and Cottages," paint
ed on tt side, Byrd got her first
view of the hotel.
She was dazed by its magnifi
Crowning a sloping hill, it
spread Its white Georgian length
over acres of green carpet, stretch
ing its great portieoed arms on
either side and sending its mighty,
fluted columns up into the sky, as
any old Greek, temple.
Uniformed attendants received
them. An air of grandeur hung
about the great rooms. The clerk
behind the polished . counter, 1a
their pinch-back coats and slightly
flared, trousers'reflected . the ar
rogance of wealth in their smugly
questioning attitude. But Larry's
own assured manner and more ar
rogant politeness was quite . a
match for them and soon brought
Byrd wished she had told Larry
that she would be completely hap
py 1 na tiny room up under the
"Suite A, third floor, sir. Forty
dollars, sir," replied the clerk po
"It's simply heavenly, isn't it
Larry?" asked Byrd as aha Inspect
ed the parlor, bedroom and bath.
Just look at the gold cloth on the
walls and this darling painted fUr
nftllVA anA taffot Kan vln.ot "
"The view of the Bide Rldge
..M.. . . . .. . . M .J .
mountains from all sides is simply
marvelous," said Larry, walking
from window to window.
I think they've, given us the
royal suite, and only forty dol
lars. - That's actually cheap, for r 1
hotel like this, don't you think
so?" Byrd was laying out her
She was startled by Larry's
bursting into uncontained laugh
ter. "You're a good egg!" he came
over to her and patted her shoul
der approvingly. "I know you're
trying to be a real sport!" . His
tone became gentle.
"You know, of course, we're
paying forty dollars a day?"
Byrd collapsed. At any rate,
she sat down quite suddenly and
landed in the middle of the floor.
"Why, Larry, why no, it
couldn't be possible. .... "she
"Yes, Ma'am! my little green
apple, not to mention my little
green cheese! But who's kicking
anyway?" he asked, grinning. "We
may be unlucky enough never to
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Marion,
her duly verified Final Account,
as administratrix of the estate of
J. Frank Dunlap, deceased, and
that said Court has fixed Tuesday,
the 4th day of December, 1928,
at tne hour ol ten o ock a. m.
of said day, as the time, and the
County Court room In the County
Court House, at Salem, in Mar
ion County. Oregon, as the place
tor hearing said final account and
all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
30th day of October, 1928.
EFFIE W. DUNLAP.
Administratrix of the Estate of J.
Frank Dunlap.' Deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Administratrix,,
40 N 6-13-20-27
4X?bwJ THAT U3EVE
HAD CUC TEA -AMD
A JCE UTTLE
CHAT, COlTH OTTO.
tOfe WAD ETTBG. -BE
OTTO UJiUU TAKE-
' os aac twsxjgh
CaerrisU, IKS, ay Ceatral ftaaa AawHrtla-.
have '" another honeymoon you
know. .... so we're going to make
this one siixle!" , -
They arranged their clothes In
drawers and closets and dressed
leisurely. ' y ,
rThe great lobby,. decked out like
a mediaeval drawing rooms, with
davenports, e-Steat couches - and
enormous overstuffed ehairs up
holstered, in deeo ted velvet and
gold r braid seemed to get its
crowning, effect in the great gut
tering chandeliers that hung like
enormous mushrooms of lrridotj
Wide, dividing pairs of stairs led
to a lower level where a class-en
closed room with it green latticed
walls and ceilings blooming with a
nrnfn'nn rtf wistaria, seemed to
carry the eye torthe high hills and
lavender horizon beyond.
fountain played Jn the middle of
the- room. Tney waiaea tnrougn
other roms, trailing off In all di
rections. Byrd loved the tapestried brie;
bf the Pom pel an room with its
arcaded celling whlchwas known
as the "Springs Room"." for here
every one came to drink the sul
phuric waters that cured all ail
ments. There was the ballroom
beyond where movies preceded the
nightly dance and the open arcade
leading to the swimming pool.
They wandered through .the
lower lobby, where eveythlng in
the way or adornment was soia.
Cunning little bazaars and shops
milled the , imagination and
tugged at the purse strings with
every known foible for the em
bellishment of the person.
There were beauty shops where
distinctive bobs were cut for ten
dollars per head, ""molded by an
artist to the contour of madame's
head and designed to the line of
madame's eyes and nose- and
mouth and the shape of her face."
Sport shops with outfits for golf.
tennis, riding and bathing, art
shops that shone under-the arti
ficial lights, of oriental novelties,
of cut ivories, jade and semi-prec
They followed the groups of
America's plutocracy along the
shaded walks to the tennis courts,
where people- sat lazily all day
long, tinder the gayly striped
mammoth umbrellas, watching the
Now and then, Larry called,
Byrd's attention to an especially!
smart costume. Most of the girls
had on marvelous outfits, with an
unexpected touch there to show
the master mind that had created
"Oh,- now I know why Larry
looked so queerly at my dres."
thought Byrd. "It's terrible."
(To be continued)
Shrine Plan For
Bard is Founded
By Speaker Here
Dr. Wlllett Edward Dentlngar,
founder and. director general jf
the International Shakespeare as
sociation, will speak before Salem
- pnrpPiibs and chiropractors at
a meeting to be held at 8 o'clock
tonight at the office of Dr. Lloyd
L, Hackett. 945 North 5th street.
Dr. Dentinger wisl speak upon
What Price Colitis". His head
quarters are In Philadelphia and
Washington, D. C.
-Dr. Dent Inge r has been on the
oast several months in the inter
ests of te Shakespeare association.
and at the present time has offers
of valuable sites from both Oregon
and California citizens for the
ereetion of a 85.000,000 shrine for
Shakespeare in one of the states.
Mrs. Townsend of Mt. Tabor
Heights has offered to donate the
Oregon site. Attorney B. F. Lin
das of Oregon City Is temporary
representative of Oregon on the
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
In the County Court of the State
of Oregon for Marlon County.
In the Matter of the' Estate
Geo. H. Burnett, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Executor of the Es
tate of Geo. H. Burnett, Deceased,
has filed his Final Account and
Report rn the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Marlon Coun
ty, and that Wednesday, the 21st
day of November. 1928, at the
hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. of
said day at the County Court
room in the County Court House
at the City of Salem. in said coun
ty and state, has been aoDointed
as the time and place for hearing
any objections to said Final Ac
count and Report and the final
settlement of said estate. .
The date! of the first nublica
tlon of this notice Is the 23rd day
of October, 1928, anuMhe last the
20th day of November, 1928.
' GEORGE O. BROWN.
Executor of the Estate of Geo. H.
PAGET AND PAGE. La rid and
Bush Bank Bldg., Salem, Ore
gon, Attorneys for said estate.
ESTECD4Y OTTO 0E
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PAYING SERVICE STATION
Lease, stock and fixtures 88100.
must be cash.
- SERVICE STATION SITE
Well located Fairgrounds trian-
gel 81100 cash. . '
122 N. Commercial Phone 8974
GOOD BUSINESS woman to in
vest $150 and receive ..nice per
manent Income. Write Box 84
BUSINESS Man for. branch of
fice. Investment of 1150. Good
monthly income. Address Box 85
POOL ROOM FOUNTAIN
LUNCH LEASE, STOCK AND
consisting of pool and card tables;
fountain, lunch counter and stools.
cady and cigar cases, registers.
scales range, etc. This place is ao
ing a fine business and the rent is
low. Owner Is forced to sell on ac
count of sickness. Price 83500.
Terms. Will exchange for modern
Salem home : and pay! cash differ
ence. What have youlto offerT
TRIANGLE REALTY CXJMfAIN I
421 Court Street Ground Floor
pool HALL, card room, light
lunch, Frigidaire cooling system.
Rest nool hall business, only two
In town. A money maker, only
2600 1500 will handle, u. a.
Tsylor, Stayton, Ore. "
THIVR THIS OVER
85 acres. 40 cultivated balance
Timber and ! pasture. : Fair build
ings. 20 acres nne garden tana
on place. Right on Pacific High
way. Fine place for camp ground.
Trade for Salem. i ! .
O. L. FOSTER
482 State St.
FOR SAXE Real .Estate
e ACRE fruit tract, sood Tive
room hoase, good well and spring,
outbuildings. 8 mi. S. of Salem.
2- houses in Salem to trade for
a farm of eoual value. Price 89.
000.00. I u
5 acres at the city limits of Sa
lem. Will trade for home in Salem.
150 acre farm, electrically
equipped. 2i miles from good
valley town. Will trade for a
40 acre dalrv and Doultry farm.
Stocked and equipped. Located on
pavement Z, miles from good
valley town. Will exchange. $7600.
4 room I modern new jiome. in
North Salem for $2900.00 Easy
terms. I i j
Ulrich & Roberts
129 N. ComT. Street TeL 1864-
Boy Chorus To
The Salem boy's chorus and the
Rev. Fred C. Taylor, pastor of the
First Methodist church of Salem,
will participate In the dedication
of the music studio at the Child
ren's Farm Home : next Sunday.
November 18. Mr. Taylor will de
liver the dedicatory address. Vo
cal solos will be given by several
members of the chorus, which is
I under the direction of Dr. H. C-
Epley of this city. The Children's
Farm Home iff situated near Cor
DONJ'-r, BE AF&AiQ
UOEUU rSOONJ SB.
VISIT WITH OTTO-7HES A CEGULAG PEU-OUW.
cokj-c yoo i-MiNie.-? ' otto ce RTAJNJUV emooyeo
MUCH -THAT KE
LARGER Lots Lees f Money
We have five groups of lots: on
South Church, Falrmount I Hill,
North 17th, Laurel Park and
Pleasant - Homo Additions.! ! A
large choice in any of five groups.
Every one lower in price. Becke
Hendricks. 189 N. High Street.
5 ROOMS and : den, furnace.
Ijgarage. paved street. Well located
fruit and shrubbery.- in excellent
condition. 84200. Will 4akeL lots
up to 2000 on purchase.
. 176 South High Street
A HOME OF YOUR OWN
We will build you a nice little
home for $1500 $100 down; bal
ance easy. West Salem is grow
ing rapidly. Buy while lot prices
are low and profit on the advance,
1818 Edgewater , Phone 1843
By owner. Duplex house.! 951
. $1960 New .English type home
4 rooms, fireplace, , garage, oak
floor, wired for electric sto7e.
$200 Mown. T
$2809 An attractive bungalow,
2 rooms, and nook, fireplace, pav
ing:, shrubbery, close to bus line.
$2160. A niee f room home,
modern, except basement, wood
house, garage. $100 down, $30
per month. Interest Included. .
$3400. An English type home
in North Salem, 4 rooms and nook.
Modern In every way. $300 down.
$4100. 6 room English type
home. Modern in every way. Pav
ing paid. $800 down.
$3000 to loan. Insurance
MELVIN JOHNSON j
820 U. S. Bank Bldg, Phone 637
117 ACRES 85 BOO. woven wtre
fence. Old 7 room house, barn,
mach. ahed, etc. This place will
pay for Itself In 4 years, for sheep
pasture alone. O. E. Taylor. Star-
to a, Oregon.
Will Sacrifice For
4 Room Homa 60x100 lot. 4
English walnut trees Crop : pays
taxes. Desirable location on High
Rent this furnished house of
10 rooms and let out rooms to
pay the rent.
Only $40.00 per month. Ready
to step into. Close in.
6 room unfurnished $20.00 per
See P. M. Gregory
208 N .High Street
THIS ONE IS DIFFERENT
8 modern tinted rooms, with
colled fireplace, laundry trays
handy, on back porch, good paint
job on well arranged kitchen built
ins. breakfast . table, striped to
match. We are ready to show
it. $2250 with good terms takes
122 N. Commercial Phone 2974
Three room bungalow complete
ly furnished for only $2 200. Has
good electric range, overstuffed
living room set, walnut dining
table and chairs, four poster bed,
nice rugs, etc. Fine lawn, street
paved and paid, good garage. Is
close to school and store, bus goes
by door. See this today.
Mrs. Ellis with
LEO N. CHILDS CO.
820 State St. fhone.1727
B room house and garage, paved
street, one block from school. A
real bargain for $1250. small
down payment, balance like rent:
40 acres near Salem on i paved
road, has 4 room house, i small
barn, creek and springs, : some
timber. A good buy for, $3000, or
will trade for house in Salem of
about same value or less.
5 room house and 2 lots in
North Salem. Price $3500. Will
trade for small tract near Salem
about same value.
See Thomason with j
LEO N. CHILDS Co.; .
320 State St. Phone 1727
TWENTY Acre farm 7; miles
east of Salem on Silverton road.
Improved; prieed very reason
able. Phone 10F4. Mathls, pri
440 acre ran.ch near Rosebur;
half in cult., bldgs., water, lots
of timber, near school. Snap. $22,
000 for Salem property or acreage.
Highly improved 40 a. home
near Salem for sheep ranch. City
property or acreage.
. S room all modern- bungalow.
N. Salem, $3500 terms or take
100 a. dairy ranch fair bldgs
Cows, horses, machinery; and feed.
$11,500, terms or take residence
property. - !
6 room house, 2 lots,, pave.1
street. $1700 easy terms.
PERRINE it MARSTERS
i 212 Gray Bldg.
CD voo.like -ry
VS. HE ! !
JS. .. .L
&LA.O NOU . HAD TMtS UTTUE .
44 FAirc rr TlCKUEtO HiM
HAS vAvO -TP TAE A WH
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- YOU LOOK TWICE
3 large pleasant rooms furnace
in the full basement, ready for
your electric range. Cheerful fire
place in the front room. Pay what
you can and take care of balance
122 N. Commercial Phone 2974
WILL 8ACRIFICE FOR
2 lots la built up district. Has
sewers and curbing in. Must raise
See JOHN WERNER
208 High St.
FOR SALE, a good six room
house, large lot, fruit trees, close
in, price $4000. A good lot with
three room bungalow, close in
$2500. F. L. Wood. Room 8.
. NEW HOUSE BARGAINS
$22.00, $150 down, 4 rooms.
Book and bath. Nicely decorated,
fireplace, oak floors, garage.
$2750, terms, 5 . rooms and
bath, basement, garage.
Both houses are on paved
street, close to bus and school.
socolofsky; a son
1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
A CHEAP COUNTRY HOME
10 acre tract &n good road.
close to school, fine set Of bldgs..
water system, electricity avail
able, beautiful shade trees in
1-yard. . 1 sere bearing filberts. 6
acres mixed fruits. Price $6000,
or will exchange for Salem home.
LEO N. CHILDS CO, Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
"rr irsvriri fi rn a"i r n n
FOR sale cheap. New -Ave.
room house 390 N. 20th. Easy
terms. H. C. Hummel. 1790 N.
Capitol St. Phone 2254-R.
In City and Country Homes. A
real $6000 home, new 6 room. A
beauty for $5250 terms.
Brand new 6 room' double con
structed if sold next 10 days
$4250 with only $250 down, bal
ance Just like rent.
COZY 4 ROOM BUNGALOW
Completely furnished and is
renting at $30 per month, owner
is forced to sell at sacrifice price
$2550. Some terms.
64 ACRE FARM -SNAP
Rich black loam soil, half cult.
bal. easily cleared, running water
fair buildings, located only 4 miles
from U. S. Bank. Price $7500.
Payment down balance to suit
Purchaser. Owner away must sell
at sacrifice. Immediate possession.
LOUIS BECHTEL OR
J. D. SEARS
341 State St. Room 4
lrLnjOUSES FOR SALE W
$100 down, $30 per month, in
cluding Interest will buy new 4
and 5 room houses with bath,
and M acre of good soil. City
water, electric lights.
$100 down, $25 per month, in
cluding Interest. 6 room house,
basement, paved street. Close
$250 down, $40 per month, in
cluding interest. Almost new
4 room house i and nook.
Strictly modern, i Paved street.
Close to school.
We have some good bargains on
our lot. See us, we can save you
MONEY TO LOAN ! INSURANCE
RICH. L. REIMANN, Realtor
219 N. High St. Phone 865
ANDERSON & RUPERT
6 room modern house at 256
N. 20th Street. Lot 110x126,
good lawn, shade, shrubbery, fruit
and nuts. All city assessments
paid. Price $5000. Good terms.
5 room cottage at 1880 S. 13 th
Street. Lot 92x147), garage 12x
18, fruit, shade, and shrubbery.
Owner wishes to leave city and
will sell for $3000.
We have a large list of homes
ranging in price from $6000 to
$20,000. Anderson & Rupert,
169 S. High Street. :
25. acres choice place. Fully
modern house. Electric lights.
Own water system, everything you
could ask in a first class home.
Price $11,000.00. Will trade for
$3000.00 buys a i seven room
house in East Salem ot will
trade for a more valuable home.
A -beautiful new fully modern
seven, room home. You will like
this homo when you see it. Price
$7500.00. Good terms.
$1400 buys a 3 room house
with garage or will trade for a
28 acres, well improved. .Some
beaver dam land. 6 miles from
Salem. 3 acred strawberries,
icre raspberries. acre logan
berries. A bargain at $8000.00.
40 acres dairy and. poultry
farm fine location on paved
road electricity available. Stock
ed and equipped. Will take house
in Salem for part payment. Price
Ulrich and Roberts
129 N. Com'l St. Tel". 1354
HEQ.E WEABE --HOW'
EVfE2TEIJ Mt MUTES' TO 8uEveTHe
OTTO A,WM5. fcvUIKJk. HCUJ MUCH YOU
EWXVEO THE ,
ueTT&K TO GOOFEY'
FOR SALE OR TRADE Camp-
Jground consisting 'of 87 acres of
land a twenty-five room noiei. ieu
cabins, gasoline I station, store a
number of other buildings, spring
.tor oWtri lithts. Situated on
one of the main, highways in the
state. Owner will consiaer an
equipped ranch up to $10,000.00
as part payment. Ranch must be
located near Lutheran , church.
fnrhr information write to
the Homeseekers' Agency, Silver-
ton. "Oregon.. - I
rnR sale A ( room modern
house, navlng paid, "fcot rar out,
rents $30 per month. -I0.
For . Sale: An excellent eeww
home. Will take a gooa smau
house. . .
For Sale: A new 4 room plast
ered house, modern lights ana
plumbing. Mortgage $16u.
Equity at a sacrifice,
For Sale ot Trade:, a a room
ceiled house, modern - lights ana
plumbing. Good condition. Mort
eaee 11000. Eauitv at sacrf
tice. May trade some.
Trade for land: A good $3500,
clear Salem home, modem.
For Sale? 28 acres, all culti
vated, sandy loam and beaver-
dam, buildings, good location.
E. C. Holladay, Square ueai
Realty Co., 202 U. S. Bank Bldg..
A SNAP. in a corner lot, E. A
N. front on paved st. $2200.
Business lot close in. N. front,
Small homes with prices rang
ing from $1600 to $3000 that can
be bought for small payments
Money to loan.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
484 Court Street .
EXCHANGE Real Ebtat
EXCHANGE. We have a choice
tract of about 30 acres located on
the Pacific Highway, North, suit
able for subdivision. : free. from
encumbrance, modernhouse, fruit
and shade trees, to trade for a
good farm. What have you? F.
L. Wood, Room 8, Bayne Bldg. .
PREATEST TradiuR organiza
tion on the Pacific Coast. We have
over 3000 properties listed for ex.
change. Every kind or property,
every price, every location. We
can match your exchange exact
v. It you would like n 1.1 ycur
property today, come in toda; . See
GASKILV' ft "juci. weauors
166 S. Liberty - Tel. zzZj
FOR TRADE FOR SALEM
400 A.. 160 river bottom; 45
plow land, TO pasture, bal. good
timber; plenty water.
5 acres well Improved lnsiae
city limits of Corvallis. Modern
house exceDt basement, 2 wood
sheds, fruit cellar, barn, garage,
and poultry house. For property
close to Salem. This is a good
amp ground site.
Bring this ad.
J. A. DOWNER
143 N. High St.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT SAYS
r linen ana wainui tanue 1 '&"-
ly bought are a safe and profit
. . . a -m-wf m s. S J . t V. a.
able Investment. He has tracts
from 5 acres up. Easy terms
147 N. Com'l St., Salem, Oregon.
AUTO CAMP; having 7 cabins
and grocery store and restaurant
all in one. Rental of same is
good return. Must see to appre
21 acres of timber nearby con
taining 2000 cords of wood. Must
See JOHN WERNER
208 High St.
EQUIPPED DAIRY FARM for
sale or exchange: 180 acre dairy
farm well located on Pacific high
way. This place is up to date in
every way and includes about $10,-
000 worth of stock and equipment.
Price for all $37,000; encum
brance $17,000. Owner will sell or
exchange for wheat ranch in the
See W. H. GKABENHORST ft Co.
134 S. Liberty St. Phone 515.
ANDERSON ft RUPERT
Acreage and Farms:
10 acres all under cultivation, 5
room house, barn 20x24, garage
and chicken house; family or
chard. ! U mile to school. Price
11 acres three miles south of
Salem on paved road ; all under
cultivation; new 5 room house.
new barn. We consider this a
snap at $4500 can be handled
with a small, down payment.
320 acres 1 mile from Jordan
on market road. 100 acres bot
tom land, 160 acres under culti
vation, 100 acres scattered tim
ber, balance good pasture. -Entire
place well watered and has excel-
ent drainage. 6 room house,
barn 56x58; 1 other outbuildings.
Price $50.00 per acre will ac
cept Salem property or acreage.
Anderson ft Rupert, Realtors, 169
S. High street.
COB HAD TO GO .
.iajhY OOMT M)U DfiDP
MSlT- MAiL. 002.
' OWNER WANTS CASH
ana nas cut iub price on oih . f
best 20 acres on Silverton 1,-'.
way. You will be surprise!
the price that will take it.
122 N. Commercial Phone 1:3-4
Farms fo'r Sale cr
acres.' 10 acres fnie rn.n.v
Fully stocked and equi .
Will take business or city pr. , '
erty up to $6000 in tr;,.:.
120 acres,, 46 In cultivation. Fine
for dairy. Will take acreage
close to good valley town. Ful
ly stocked and eaulnned. jtiu.i
100 acres. 80 in cultivation. 40
acres hops. Price $15.(i.
Will trade for city property
ty t r
Money to Loan
RICH' L. REIMANN
219 N. High St.
FOR RENT Houses
FOR RENT 6 Room mod
furnished bungalow overlooking
Salem. Small chicken ranch S2B.
blocks north State house. 115)6
Marion St. Phone 1556-J.
"foTrRENT i Completely" Vur-
nished or unfurnished house with
double garage, three blocks from
Cap'tl St. Ph. 427M.
RENT Houses furnished
house on N. 13th ....$12 00
house on Belmont. 13.00
house on N. Com'l.
house on S. loth' :.
house on Ford St. ..
house on N. 4th St.
house on N. Church
W. G. KRUEGER
ComT. St. Phone
4 ROOM modern ' new houo
with garage for $20 month.
Phone J. Lincoln Ellis, 1365J.
- FOR RENT
Furnished seven room house, ail
newly done over, at a bargain
price. 454 S. 17th.
MODERN 4-room furnish. d
house. Piano, garage 165 S .19th.
some unfurnished houses. Mtl
vin Johnson. Phone 637.
FOR RENT Apartments
MODERN 6. room apartment.
Close in. Phone 1351.
WILL SHARE My steamheated
5 room furnished flat with two
ladies or man and wife or will
rent reasonable. Phone 1S62M.
2 AND. 3 room furnished anta.
Just repainted and ; repapered.
Close In. Reasonable. Call and
inspect. 715 N. Com'l St.
FURNISHED, large room and
kitchenette, 2 rooms and kitchen
ette, close to high' school. Call
and look 'em over. 655 Marlon St.
apartment. Close in. 665 N Liber
ty. Phone 1351.
2 room furnished $37.50 ft $40.
550- N. Summer 1972
FOR RENT 3 room apt.; ga.
electricity, furnished or unfin
ished, $18. Inquire i at Oregon
Cleaners, 190 S. Coml.
FOR RENT, Houses and apart
ments. F. L. Wood, 341 State.
FORRENT- FTveom and q
six room furnished house. $30
and $35. i F. L. Wood. Phone 794.
FURNISHED and unfurnished
3 room apartments Virginia
Apartments. 879 N- Liberty.
FOR RENT Rooms
FURNISHED house keeping
suite. 406 North Cottage.
ROOMS Heated, with or with.
out board. Oarage. 2015 State.
.HEATED Rooms. Phone 622R.
2 WELL HEATED sleeping
rooms, garage. 909 j cuemeaeta.
Phone 1116-W. I
BOARD AND ROOM
LADIE3 to room j and . board.
Both double and single rooms.
Real home. 722 State. J
ROOM, BOARD, single meals.
Sunday djnners. Alexandrl. 1030
Chemeketa. i Phone 339.
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
COWS for sale. Fresh and com.
ing fresh. -Phone 782-J evenings.
PIGS for als. Fred Llaebeck,
one mils Eof-Pratum.
hens for sale. Phone
6 SHROP Bucks. Arnold Muck,
Falls City, Oregon.
HORSES, bought, sold and
changed. Clearwater Barns, 233
S. Church. . ''".!' "
; FOR SALE Yearling heifer,
good Jersey dam, -Guernsey sire
Rev. S. B. Slater, M mile south ot
Pringle school. -
MAMMOTH BRONZE Tur
keys from Idaho. Order for
Thanksgiving now. TeL 129F3.
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