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Thfc Wrflf OREGON STATESMAN, Salerry V ' Oregon, Wednesday Morning; November lj; I9t8
Willamette Valley News
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SILVERTON. Ore.. Not. 14
(Special) The Rt. Rev. L. C.
Foss of Seattle spoke at the mis
sion festival held Sunday at Trin
ity church, at which ottering
amounted to $706.46.' The funds
will go to mission work, here and
abroad and to the general ex
penses of the church at large..
Mrs. Alvin Legard of Salem
sang a solo at the morning ser
vices. Following a luncheon served by
lira. Ennevoldson, Mrs. M. G.
Gunderson.'and Mrs. Otto Legard
In the church social rooms a
Young People's society program
was given. At this the Her. L. C.
Foss gave a short address as did
also his son, the Rev. H. L. Foss,
pastor of Thrinity church. Mrs.
Henry Torvend gave a reading
and the musical numbers con
sisted of piano solo, Ethel Larson;
saxophone solo, Elma Nesheim
accompanied by Florence Nes
heim; vocal solo Mrs. Alrin Le
gard. Following the program the
business meeting was conducted
by the president. Miss Esther
Towe. Plans were discussed for
the Luther League convention to
be held here during the last week
end in November.
SILVERTON, Ore.. Nov. 13.
(Special) Silvertonians were
either busy going or coming over
the week-end. The extra day of va
cation provided by Armistice day
gave many an opportunity to spend
the day out of town while it like
wise afforded obters who were
away to spend the two days at
their Silverton homes.
Coming home from the Uni
versity of Oregon for the week end
were Nina. Dena and Bertha Aim,
Norman Eastman, Jack Stranlx
and Orpha Nofsaker. Students
home -from Monmouth included
Helen , Dickerson, Dorothy , Neal
and Isabel McGinnis. Rodney Mc
Call, Chester Johnson, and Law
rence jonnson, who are ail em
ployed at Valsetz, spend the wek-
end at their Silverton homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Eastman
and Lawrence Larson spent Sun
day and Monday at Woods, Ore.,
on a fishing trip.
. Robert Halverson of the Silver
ton service station and J. Oeder
were duck bunting at Devil Lake
and Mrs. Halverson, who teaches
in Salem schools, spent the week
end as guests of her parents at
Alsea. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Russell
were also at Alsea for the week
end. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Larson
spent Sunday and Monday at the
home of their daughter and her
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Le
gard at Salem.
MONMOUTH, Ore.. Nov. 14
(Special) The Homelike society
of the Evangelical church hehl
its annual chrysanthemum fair
Thursday in the I. O. O. F. build
ing. There were 63 entries, rep
resenting 33 classes of this flower.
x Prizes were awarded as fol-
DWEE SHOW HELD
BY CHURCH SOCIETY
lows: First on highest four en-
teTed. Mrs. T. J. Edwards: sec
ond. Mrs. J. S. Fuller; third. Mrs.
t V. L. Gibson; fourth for most ar
tistic basket of large varieties.
Mrs T. J. Edwards; best collec
tion of Turners and other large
varieties, Mrs. Belle McKnight;
best arranged, table bowl, Mrs. T.
J.-Edwards; best vase three Turn
ers, Mrs. V. L." Gibson; best plant.
Mrs. A. E. iTetherww; "best basket
of mixed, flowers, Mrs. UG. Hef
fly; best basket of pom poms.,
Carl Sheeon; smallest entry, Mrsj
J. S, Fuller. , 1
Mrs. F. E. Butts of the Inde
pendence Floral company acted
as judge. Prizes were donated
by the following firms and Indi
viduals of the community: Co
operative Creamery; Monmouth
Herald; Hill's meat market; Gra
ham & Calbreath; Speciality shop;
Associated stores;' Johnson's book
store; Cooper's barber shop; In
dependence Floral shop; Mrs. T.
Salem Girls Named
For O. AC. Bazaar
. - Charlotte Martin, junior in
pnarmacy, and Hester Davis
sepnomore in home economics.
ooin or Salem, were appointed on
the committee fn charge of the
Y. W. C. A. .bazaar to be held De
cember , 8 In the new memorial
tipion bnlldlng at Oregon Agri
cultural college. Girls In every
ororuy ana living group at Q.
Av C. will make articles to be
sold. Lou were drawn to , see
which two groups would work to-
rither to plan and decorate
booths. A prize 13 awarded for
the most original booth. This
year the housemothers will have
a booth by themselves. Proceeds
,from the bazaar are. to go Into
the budget for the running ex
penses of he T. W. C. A. associa-
" tlon. , .
. VISIT FORMER HOMT?
SILVERTON, Ore.. Nov 14
( Special) Mrs. Lewis Knori and
baby are at Silverton from Glen
wood, Wash. They will also : vis
it at Mount Angel. ..Mrs. . Knorl !
. - mm
,"u uu Janice rnorniey, ronn
- erly of Silverton. . :;.
Every time we tune In someon
Is maklnc . fire yards off - left
tackle. ' :. -.. . f
SILVERTON, Ore., Nov.
(Special) The social given by
the Dorcas society at Trinity
church Friday night proved very
successful. Eight dollars were
taken in from the sale of fancy
articles, lunch and the fish pond.
Following the sale a program
was given consisting of a piano
solo by Palmer Torvend, two vo
cal solos by Mrs. Alvin Legard of
Salem, a quartet selection by
Francis Nelson, Cora Goplerud,
Sylvia Larsen and A. L. Larsen,
and a short address by the Rev.
H. L. Foss.
Mrs. Henry Torvend is presi
dent of the society.
41) ATTEND MEETING
ZENA, Ore.. Nov. 13 (Special)
Forty members and guests were
present at the meting of the Zena
Missionary and Aid society at the
home of Mrs. L. F. Matthews No
vember 7. Mrs. Walter Broy of
Hopewell was assistant hostess.
Mrs. L. F. Matthews, president
Mrs. W. T. Scott conducted de
votions, ..reading the Bible "..ver
sion of a model woman. Mrs. R.
H. Scott gave a "vocal selection,
"The' Prayer Perfect." -followed
by a prayer by Mrs. Louis Randle
of Salem. Two new members,
Mrs. Alvin Madsen and'Mrs. J. D.
Walling, were enrolled. .
Mrs. Worth Henry, secretary,
read a letter from Mrs. R. C.
Shepard, who is in Hollywood,
Cal., for her health, thanking the
organization for their many kind
nesses to her In her illness.
Letter from Mrs. Hershel Wait
was read urging the Zena Mis
sionary and Aid society members
to attend the Womans' Rural
club Institute at Dallas November
14. 15 and 16. Mrs. W. D. Hen
ry, chairman of the committee ap
pointed to write the history of
the Spring Valley church at Zena,
asked Mrs. S. D. Crawford to read
the biography of Benjamin Wind
sor, early pioneer, which proved
to be very interesting. Mr.
Windsor hauled finishing lumber
for the church with an ox team.
Mrs. W. T. Scott read an article
written by her husband 'the Rev.
W. T. Scott, at one time pastor of
Spring Valley church, telling of
the program given to celebrate
the 50th anniversary of the
church In 1909. Mrs. S. H. Bark
er read notes on the church his
tory. Mrs. Matthews appointed
for the cafeteria supper to be giv
en soon. Mrs. Worth Henry. Mrs.
J. Fred Purvine and Mrs. S. D.
Crawford, as refreshment com
mittee and Mrs. Charles MeCar-
ter, Mrs. R. H.. Scott and Mrs. W.v
D. Henry as program committee
The meeting closed with several
musical numbers. Mrs. s. D.
Crawford and Mrs. W. H. Craw
ford gave a vocal duet, "The
Mrs. Seymour Wilson mm
piano selection. "By the Wat to.
of Minnetonka." Hnte.
next meeting. Decern her K
are airs. w. Frank Crawford,
Mrs. Worth Henry and Mrs. W N
WiU 'Return To
Home In South
SILVERTON, Ore.. Nov. 14
(Special) H. R. Sharmon and
family are preparing to leave for
their former home at Anaheim.
Cal. Mr. Sharmon has been em
ployed at the Silver Falls Timber
company mill for the past year.
Other former Silvertonians also
make their home at Anaheim mid
All Silvertonians who visit Cal
ifornia plan to visit at Anaheim
and Fullerton because so many
former residents of Silverton are
now making their homes In these
two southern .cities. ,
Group to Meet
Par Ait-Teachers association will
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock In
the auditorium of the Leslie Jun
ior high school building. Dean
F. M. Erlckson if Willamette uni
versity will speak on the history
of education. A musical program
has also ben planned, and mo
tion pictures will be shown, both
educational and entertaining.
FIBS n sous
WOODBURN, Ore.. Not. 14
(Special) One of the most en
joyable Father and Son banquets
in -several years was given by the
Masons In the Masonic temple
Friday night. Nearly 75 fathers
and sons were present.
Fred Evendon Introduced the
speaker of the evening. Professor
J. B. V. Butler of the Oregon
Normal school of Monmouth, who
spoke on "Get Together". He
discussed the fellowship of .fath
er and son. urging a closer com-
panslonshlp between them.
A vocal solo, "Sonny Boy", was
given .by- Miss Juanita Hicks, ac
companied on the piano by Miss
Jack Sanderson gave a read
ing, "America's Answer to In
Flanders Field." which was fol
lowed by a duet "I Don't Care"
by Juanita Hicks and Ruth Geer.
As an encore they sang several
high school songs.
After the program the men
and boys participated In a gener
al "mix", playing games and sing
ing. The committee which arranged
the banquet was Ray Tyson,
ehairman. Rex Mentley, C. R.
Peterson, Fred Evendan, E. J.
Hughes. Harold Austin, and Oli
JEFFERSON. Ore., Nov. 14
(Spl) The annual high, school
carnival Saturday was well pa
tronized and proved a great suc
cess. It opened at 1 o'clock in
the afternoon and was to continue
until midnight, the program being
presented three times.
This program consisted of a
burlesque pantomime; directed by
Mr 8. Watson, a style show which
Mrs. Watson also arranged, and
a short play given by the French
class under the supervision of
The nations idea was carried
out by the various classes in
their booths. The seniors repre
sented Mexico, with tamales their
principal native offering; th ta
males were made by the women
of the Methodist cburcb. Chili
con carne was also sold, and a
fortune telling booth conducted.
The juniors, representing Chi
no. sold noodles, rice cakes, tea
and candy, and also told fortunes.
The Sophomores - adopted France
as their nation and sold pastry,
cider and punch and conducted a
bowling alley. The freshmen de
cided to remain Americans; they
sold Ice cream and candy and con
ducted a shooting gallery. The
Girls' league represented Alaska
and sold hamburger sandwiches,
hot dogs, coffee and popcorn balls.
G. A. R. Member
Will be Buried
In Salem Today
Funeral services for' Cyrus But
ler, who died Sunday at his home
on Salem Heights, wlllVe held
this morning at 10:30 o'clock un
der direction of the G. A. R. from
the Terwilliger Funeral home, the
Rev. S. Darlow Johnson of the
Leslie Memorial church officiat
ing. Mr. Butler was a veteran of the
Civil war. having served in Com
pany D. 11th Wisconsin Infantry.
He was 84 years old. He was a
member of Sedgewick Post, G. A.
He Is survived by his widow;
Frances E., one son, Kelton J.,
one stepdaughter In India, and
one stepson, J. G. Warrington of
XOTICK OF FINAL
' . SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that' the
undersigned 'has tiled In the
County Court of the State - of Ore
gon, for the County or Marlon, his
duly verified Final Account, as
the Executor of the last will and
testament and estate of W. B.
Clark, deceased, and that said
Court has fixed Tuesday, the 20th
dav of 'November, 1928, at the
hour of ten o'clock A. M. of said
day. as the time, and the County
Court Room In the County Court
ouse at Salem, InMarion Coun
ty, Oregon, as the glace for hear
ing said final account and all in
Dated at Salem. Oreeon. thla
17th day of October, 1928.
,DR. FRANK E. BROWN.
Executor of the Laet win h
Testament and Estate of W. B.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Executor
Oregon. O. 17-24-31-N. 7-14
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POOL HALL, card .roonu'JlgM
lunch; Frigldalray-coarftng-. system.
Best pool hall-2)Usinesaymly two
in town. A money, makeronly
$2500 $1600 will handle. C.' E.
Taylor, Stayton, Ore. : :
THING THIS OVER
85 acres. 40 cultivated balance
Timber and pasture. Fair build
ings. 20 acres fine garden land
on place. Right on Pacific High,
way. Fine place for camp ground.
Trade for Salem.
O. L. FOSTETt
462 State St -J
We have an Ideal Service Sta
tion site which-$1200 cash will
pry us loose from.
122 N. Commercial St.
AUTO CAMP having 7 cabins
and grocery store and restaurant
all In one. Rental of same is good
return. Must see to appreciate.
See JOHN WERNER
208 -N. High St.
FOR SALE Real Estate
5 ACRE fruit tract, good five
room house, good well and spring,
outbuildings. C mi. S. of Salem.
2 houses In Salem to trade for
a farm of-equal value. Price $9.-
5 acres at the city limits of Sa
lem. Will trade for home in Salem.
150 acre farm, electrically
equipped. 2& miles from good
valley town. Will trade for a
40 acre dairy and poultry farm.
Stocked and equipped. Located on
pavement 3 miles from good
valley town. Will exchange. $750.
4 room modern new home in
North Salem for $2900.00 Easy
Ulrich & Roberts
129 N. Com'l. Street Tel. 1354
Owner sick, offers his home at
big reduction. 6 rooms, attic,
basement, garage. Fine lot, fruit
A hut trees. Price $4500.
SEE this at once.
Mrs. Ellis with
LEO N. CHILDS CO Realtors.
Notice is hereby given that
the undersijrned will receive
sealed bids until 7:30 o'clock
p. m., November 19, 1928, fori
the construction of a concrete
sidewalk of standard width1
and dimensions at grade on
Fifth Street in front of and
abutting upon fractional lots
two (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 County, Oregon,
where there now j 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.
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WHY PAT "RENT
Buy this nice little home of 4
rooms and an annex of 2 rooms.
All plastered and brjck flueaMts
outside the cTtyv Taxes are not
(much. Close to bus -and store. Cost
S 1700.00 and will1 take a vacant
lot Ho to around $300.00 as down
U. G. "WIGGING or H. E- BROjWN
10:9 Sou fa Commercial St
LARGER Lots Less Money
We have five troupe or lota:! on
South Church. Fairmount Hill
North 17th. Laurel Park nd
Pleasant Home Additions. ; i
Urr choice In anv of five KTOUPS
Every one lower In price. Becke A
Hendricks. 189 It. wgn street.
A HOME OF YOUR OWN
We will build you a nice little
home for $1500 $100 down, bal
ance easy. West Salem is grow
tng rapidly. Buy while lot prices
are low and profit on the advance.
O. K. DeWITT
131$ Edgewater Phone 1643
By owner. Duplex house.
$1950 New English type home
4 rooms, fireplace, garage, oak
floor, wired for electric st07
$200. down, '
$2300 An attractive bungalow,
8 rooms, and nook, fireplace, pav
ing, shrubbery, close to bus line.
$2650. A nice 5 room home,
modern, except basement, wood
house, garage. $100 down, $30
per month, interest Included, j
$3400. An English type' home
in North Salem, 4 rooms and nook.
Moaern in every way. $300 lown.
$4100. C roon English. type
borne: Modern In every way! Pav
ing paid. $300 down. r
MELVIN JOHNSON !
320;U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 637
TWENTY Acre farm 7 miles
east of Salem on Silverton road.
Improved; priced very! reason
able. Phone 10F41 Mathis. pri
440 acre ranch. near'Rosefturg
half in cult., bldgs., water, fots
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.
5 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
6 room house, 2 lots, paved
street. $1700 easy terms.
PERRINE & MARSTERS
212 Gray Bldg. ?
4 ACRES Home and business
site, 2 miles from Salem city lim
its. 1 a. fruit and grapes. Fine
soil, all In cultivation. A bargain
at $2950. $1000 cash will handle.
15 acres 3 miles from1 Sa
lem, 10 H acres under plow, 4
a. pasture and timber, family or
chard; H a. strawberries. 1 a.
raspberries, creek, spring, seven
room house with electricity, lath,
water system,. good barn, poultry
house, garage. Price $7900. Some
terms. Will take modern home in
Salem for part. j
TRIANGLE REALTY COMPANY
421 Court Street Ground Floor
Let us help you get your lot for
50x100 feet. near Paxrish
School for only $850.
52x100 feet with Karaite water
and lights. $1400. v i
50x100 feet, comer lot In S.
Salem. Trees. $1200.
SEE Mrs. Ellis with
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
TO TRADE 6 room plastered
house, basement, large lot 66 by
122 feet $1900. mortgage.
straight loan. Will trade equity
for a medium priced lot or an acre
or two iuear Salem. i
$400. buy a good east froilt lot
with, pavement paid up and side
walks In and terms, two lota for
$800. one a corner Jot.- .
B room all modern new home
in good location at $3800. and
best of terme.
SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
202. S. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Glassy home 1 """
For a particular couDle. fruit
and shrubbery, lot 48x1 3 a k.
room. Strictly, modern with table
for your radio. Some young- cou
ple will be well pleased witbi this.
122 N. Commercial St. 1
Phone 2974 ! ; j
HAVE FINE 7 room house! with
garage large view lot, shrubs,
flower and fruit owner'a I
ness Jn Portland. Would trade for
pronerty In or 'near Portland.
. 51 A. on Highway, over half
fine bottom land. A real bargain
at $4100. i
17 A. only 5 miles out. worth
$2500, can be had for $1760. j
See ELLIS or BROWN
Room 6. 462 State St. ( , ,
CHI MNi EY CLEAN1S2
KlOUttEO LOHEN WE.
i PEJ-U lOlft-E CVEANIIOG
THE Spr5rOOT CPA
stove pipe hat .
JOE BEFORE THE FALL-
5 - ROOMS and den. furnace,
garage, paved street. Well located
fruit and shrubbery, in excellent
condition. $4200. Will take lots
up to $2000 on purchase.
Realtor - .
175 South High Street
NEW HOUSE BARGAINS
$2200. $150 down, 4 rooms.
nook 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 & SON
1st Nat l Bank Bldg.
FOR sale cheap. New five
room house 390 N. 20th. . Easv
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 I 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 kway must sell
at sacrifice. Immediate possession.
LOUIS BECHTEL OR
X X D. SEARS -.
341 8tate St. Room 4
25 acres choice; place. Fully
modern house. Electric lights.
Own water system, everything you
could ask in a first class ljome.
Price $11,000.00. j Will trade for
Salem property j
$3000.00 buys a seven room
house In Eaet Salem or will
trade for a more valuable home.
A beautiful nevr fully modern
seven room nome.i you win line
this home when you see it. Price
7500.00. Good terms.
$1400 buys a 3 room house
rith garage or will trade for a
28 acres, well improved. Some
beaver dam land. 6 miles from
Salem. 3 acres strawberries,
acre 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
WE HAVE FOUND IT
A good comfortable 5-room
modern home with East front, ga
rage, fireplace, bookcases, buffet,
and a floored attic where you can
spread out a little more it neces
sary. Owner says let It go for
122 N. Commercial St.
3 nice lots on Highland Ave.,
paving paid on two. A SNAP fr
$1500 for all.
13 acres with hew house, has
good water system, 7 acres in
walnuts and filberts. A good buy
for $4500. TermB.
Old house and , double garage,
on paved street. Will trade as part
payment on new house.
We have a new 5 room house in
Woodburn that is bringing good
rent to trade for unimproved land
suitable for walnuts and filberts
SEE Mr. Thomason with -LEO
N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
FORSALE OF ? RENT-ew
modern 4 room home with oak
floore, fireplace, wired for electric
stove, garage, paved street. Price
$2950. Easy terms, or will rent
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.,
134 S. Liberty St. Phone 515
Good 4 room bungalow with
large combination living and din
ing room with oak floor, fireplace,
wired for electric s'ove, electric
water heater, built In kitchen, ga
rage and woodshed, corner lot on
paved street. Price $2650. $100
down, balance $30 per month to
Include Int. THIS BARGAIN
WILL NOT LAST, SEE US AT
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.,
134 S. Liberty St; Phone 516
5 room, new, sink, toilet, house
is celled and papered on lot 6 Ox
125. A very comfortable little
home and a bargain at $1250;
$500 down. Who gete It?
122 N. Commercial St.,
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Lovely Mill Creek home and in
come. Apply 344 18th N. Phone
WILL SACRIFICE FOR
2 lots in 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 $4 000. A good lot with
three room bungalow, close - in
$2500. F. L. Wood, Room 8,
HOUSES FOR SALE
$100 down. $30 per month, in
cluding interest will buy new 4
and 5 room houses with bath,
and acre of good soil. City
water, electric lights
$100 down. f25 per month, in
cluding Interest. 5 room house.
basement, paved street. Ciose
$250 down. $40 per month, in
cluding interest. Almost new
4 room house and nook.
Strictly modern. 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
A SNAP in a corner lot, E. ft
N. fronts on paved et. $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
WANTED Real Estate
160 ACRES in northern; Idaho,
all in cultivation, good Improve
ments. Owner must move into Sa
lem vicinity. He will trade this
fine ranch for property in or near
Salem. Hie place is a sacrifice
at $6000. Let's see what you have
H. C SHIELDS
381 State St. Phone 1784
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT SAYS
That he has a client who wants
a little livable old house on a lit
tle lot on Mill Stream at a little
price. What have you?
147 N. Com'l. St., Salem, Ore.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
STAYTON RESIDENCE t6
trade for Salem residence. C. E.
Taylor, Stayton, Ore.
EXCHANGE. We have a choice
tract of about 30 acres located on
the Pacific Highway, North, suit
able for subdivision, free from
encumbrance, modern house, fruit
and shade trees, to trade for a
good farm. What have you? F.
L. Wood. Room 8. Bavne Rid
PREATEiW Tradlu onranlia.
lion on the Pacific Coasi. We have
over 3000 properties listed for ex.
cbange. bvery kind or property,
every price, every location. We
can match your exchange exact
ly, ir you wouia like to t.. ycur
property today, come in toda: . See
GASKILV.. & K- :iL,tu, realtors
166 S. Liberty Tel. 224?
FOR TRADE FOR SALEM
400 A., 160 river bottom; 45
plow land, TO pasture, bal. good
timber; plenty water.
6 acres well improved inside
city limits of Corvallfs. Modern
house except basement, 2 wood
sheds, fruit cellar, barn, garage,
and poultry house. For property
close to Salem. This is a good
camp ground sue.
Bring this ad.
J. A. DOWNER
143 NHigh St.
21 acres of timber nearby con
taining 2000 cords of wood. Must
See JOHN WERNER
208 High St.
EQUIPPED DA I R Y FARM tor
sale or exchange: 180 acre dairy
farm well located on Pacific high
way. This place is up to date in
everyway and includes about $10,-
000 worth of stock and equipment.
Price for all $37,000; encum
brance $l?.0wp. Owner will sell or
exchange for wheat ranch In the
See W. H. GRABENHORST A Co.
134 S. Liberty St. Phone 515.
SNAP IN COUNTRY HOME 11
Very attractive six room mod
ern home with one acre located
close In on Pacific Highway north.
Price $7350. for QUICK SALE.
This home must be seen to be ap
preciated. Now vacant built
about one year ago.
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.,
134 S. Liberty St, Phone 516
HE lAJlCU .
50 DOWN $10. per month,
buy a good five acres of land well
located 'on Garden road about one,
mile from city limits. Price $2000.
SEE THIS TODAY. : ' ,
W. H, GRABENHORST A CO.
- 134 S. Liberty St.
52 ACRES, 40 under plow, tan,
clear all and plow. Good for grain.
berries, or anything. No buildiiiK.
$3700-$1500 will handle. C. H.
Taylor, Stayton, Ore.
Farms for Sale or
0 I acres, 10 acres fnie prunes.
Fully stocked and equipped.
Will take businese or city prop
erty up to $6000 in trade.
120 acres, 45 in cultivation. Fine
for dairy. Will take acreage
close to good valley town. Ful
ly stocked and equipped, $7000.
100 acres, 80 in cultivation. 40
acres hops. Price $15,000.
Will trade for city property or
Money to Loan
RICH L. REIMANN
219 N. Hgh St, Phone 65
FOR RENT Houses
! FOR RENT
One 4 room house, large pie e
of ! land, garage, chicken house,
lights and water, paved street.
$15.00 per month. Lights and
One 3 room house,. double, ga
rage. An acre of land, outside the
city. , Close to bus and school.
Has' lights. $10.00 per month.
I want to sell some more of
those beautiful hi acre tracts put
by the Salem Heights school. $650
with $75 down; $10 per month.
G. WIGGINS with H. E. BROW
109 South Commercial St.
FOR RENT 3 room house, ga
rage, lights. Pric $10. a month.
Also a 4 loom with nook fur
nished house at $25. v a month,
SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO.
i Phone 470
FOR RENT 6 Room modern
furnished bungalow overlooking
Salem. Small chicken ranch $25.
"MODERN 6 . room house 3
blqcks north State house. 1196
Marion St. Phone 1556-J.
FOR RENT Houses furnished
2 room house on N. 13th ....$12.09
4 room house on Belmont.. 13.00
5 room house on N. Com'l. 14.09
7 room house on S. loth .. 16.00
6 room house on Ford St. .. 16.00
4 room house on N. 4th St. 20.00
5 room house on N. Church 26.00
W. G. KRUEGER
147 N. Com'l. St. Phone 217
4 ROOM modern new house
wilth garage for $20 mouth.
Phone J. Lincoln Ellis, 1365J.
''"FmR ENT 2 f urn ished and
some unfurnished houses. Mel
vin Johnson. Phone 637.
FOR RENT Apartments
MODERN 6 room apartment.
Clbse in. Phone 1351.
WILL SHARE My steamheated
room furnished flat with two
ladies or man and wife or will
rent reasonable. Phone 1362M.
2 AND 3 room furnished apts.
Just repainted and reDaccred.
Clbse 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. 555 Marion St.
STRICTLY MODERN 6 room
apartment. Close in. 665 N Liber
ty. Phone 1351.'
2 'room furnished $37.50 & $40.
! Children Welcome
550 N4 Summer 197
electricity, furbished or unfur-
ished, $18. Inquire at Oregon
Cleaners, 190 S. Com'l.
I FOR RENT, Houses and apart.
menta, F. L. Wood. 341 State.
. 'u u.int rive room and a.,
six. room furnished house. $3 ft
and $35. F. L. Wood. Phone 794.
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FURNISHED and unfurnished
room apartments. Virginia
Apartments. 879 N. Liberty.
FOR RENT Rooms
IfURNISHED house keepiLg
suite. 406 North Cottage.
HEATED, Rooms. Phone 62 2 R.
1 2 WELL HEATED sleeping
rooms, garage. 909 Chemeketa.
BOARD AND ROOM
-1 LADIES to room and board.
Both doable and single rooms.
Real home.' 722 State. !
ROOM, BOAKD. single meals.
Sunday dinners. Alexandrl'. 1030
Chemeketa. Phone ?"39. : i
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
PIGS for sale. Fred Linebeck,
one mile E. of Pratum.
6 SHROP Bucks. Arnold Muck,
Falls City, Oregon.: ,
j HORSES, bought, sold and ex
changed. ; Clearwater - Barns, 233
SL Church. -;V:' , .Siy
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MAMMOTH BRONZE: Tur
keys from- Idaho. Order . for
Thanksgiving now. TeL 1 2SF3.
I COW FOR SALE Good heavy
mUker,- freshens 16th.- AH. w.
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