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fKAp THIS FIRST:
Byra Urn firooaiac aa41y ia
Iot with .. each tkr, wirt so different
ia taMnit that yea decide almost
with too first notes of the weddiaf
march that the eoulda't possibly mske
ByrC eliBfing to her eld-fasaioaed
Ideals of children, a horn ef their owa.
mats! love, ' eonslderstioa aa4 fere
bearaee, was opposed 07 Larry, who
aaated life to be excitiat;, eelorful aad
stimalatiag. He was the gar center ef
a crowd eoaipesed of Tiny aad Fred
Obermaa, fat, geaeroaa aad speedy;
Jack. Daacaa, a aik, who fell sadly ia
lore' with I1 beantifal weaiea. iae lut
ing Brrd, aad his aeglected wife, Ifargy,
who filled her life with the care ef her
three little children aad her hose; Chet
Eversea, en ambitions yeeng banker,
who prored a friead ia aeed to Byrd,
and India Campbell, a former sweetheart
of Larry's, a modern Cleopatra, who still
held him ia her toils. -
Under Jack's mnseropukou leadership,
Jerry aad he had rone heavily late debt,
floating the stock of the Builders' iup
pijr company, hoping to make urge prof
its 'with little labor. Larry's winning
personality and charm had brought him
. continued loans from Byrd a father,
president of the JacksonrUIe Barings aad
Rvrd'a worries were Inereasiac. for,
ia spite ef the economy that bo forced
her to practice, Larry, himself, wss be-eorniaa-
more eztrnrsrsnt, and her mild
criticisms precipitated quarrels of n
osual bitterness aad disastrous eooie
qaeacM. One night Larry walked out
of the apartment alter a disagreement,
and took India to a dance. They met
with an accident, which Byrd .learned
about much Inter. She worried over the
succession of parties that Larry gave,
any one of which coat more than their
entire month's grocery bill, counting the
cost of articles which India occssonslly
swathed and the liquor that war, con
sumed. But she worried most of sll bo
cause Larry continually upbraided her
with her puritaniam. Try as she would,
she couldn't go the psce of this crowd.
Their financial difficulties becoming
acute, Byrd appealed to Chet for a small
loan until the savings account arrived
which her father was sending her. Chet
was now cashier at a branch of the First
National, and a person ef growing im
portance. One day, after borrowing some
money from the reluctant Chet, on the
grounds of their long friendship, Larry
resorted to ararumenta not eetlreiy baaed
on facts, and succeeded in selling ChejJ
stock ia the Builders' Supply company
egmat Chet's better judgment.
One night at dinner, during a half
whispered telephone conversation, Larry
agreed to pay India's bills incurred by
tneir automobile accident. Larry's tem
per, aggravated by Byrd's criticism of
his eondact with India, and by t be grow
ing discomfort of a badly-twisted knee,
gsve way, and a scene resulted in which
scarry again warned Byrd that she'd
have-; to change her ideas.
Another loan arrived from her fath
er, along with a aum of money to be in
vested, according to an earlier recom
mendation from Lorry, in stock of the
- Acme Axle: but Byrd suspected thst the
, entire amount went to apply to the
mounting expenses of the Builders sup
ply. (NOW GO ON WITH THX 8TOBY)
TfeRYD was the sort of person
r who would make any sacri-
fice to avoid a Quarrel.
When their domestic differences
became so acute that only a sud
den flare-up could settle them.
the always lost out.
She wondered if all attractive
and lovable husbands were as
hard to handle as the man she
So, at Larry's sugestlon, Byrd
called up Tiny and suggested that
they go and see India, who was
still at home with a sprained
arm. Larry had said that she
,could at least be "decent" since
it wasn't India's fault that they
had catapulted into a ditch.
Byrd was also to mention the
bang-up party that she and Larry
were planning to give the follow
ing Saturday night.
She had demurred, but Larry
had explained that they were un
der obligations to give one whoop
ing party In return for all the ele
gant wedding presents they had
received from the crowd.
Byrd smiled wryly.
India had given them a lamp
which she had purchased in the
"basement store" of Simpson lind
Taylor. Nor had she replaced the
beautiful one she had smashed
that night, not so long ago.
Larry had to give a party ever
so often just to "blow off steam."
A new consignment from his
bootlegger was am excuse to have
the crowd in.
As Byrd drove up to Tiny's,
she sighed as she thought of the
. cost of such a party. And she
knew that Larry couldn't pay the
regular monthly bills!
Tiny fluttered out through the
' massive front door of plate glass
ana wrougm-iron, aressea in a
bright red sports outfit. Tiny
had a mania for wearing colors
that swore at the bright hennaed
tones ot her hair.
It wai ft beautiful outfit in it
self, and Byrd visualized herself
In it, 'with her dark, purplish
eyes and sunlit hair.
. "Ain't you grand?" exclaimed
Byrd. "All dressed up like a fire
"I don't know about this color
-for ma," said Tiny dubiously.
-But I Just love red."
Tiny cast a deprecatory glance
at Byrd's suit, bow a little shabby
from constant wear. -
r Aren't you getting Just a
teny bit tired of that suit, Byrdi
. kins? Let's go shopping this af-
ternoon and pick up some summer
, 7 iny s e n i e z concern was
' clothes. With plenty of money,
practically her entire time was
given to shopping. And she show
ed good taste when she was shop
ping for others.
,'We'll see," said Byrd.
Then she told Tiny that Larry
wanted to give a party the follow
ing Saturday night before her par-
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"Larry's just joined the Mead
owbroik club and he wants to have
It out there," explained Byrd.
Tiny's eyes dilated. The mere
mention of a party was like the
smell of smoke to a war horse.
India lived with her widowed
mother In a house that had be
longed to her grandfather. An
Imposing but completely run-down
place, reminiscent of the early
Mrs. Campbell, a frail, quiet lit
tle woman, with dark eyes like In
dia's admitted them. She called
She sauntered In, in her Indo
lent, way, smoking a cigarette and
dangling a book from her long
fingers. She looked the picture of
health, except that her arm was
in a sling.
"Gee, I'm glaa to see you, she
said, cordially. She kissed them
effusively. "Fresh as rosebuds,
both of you."
There was something infectious
about India. When there were no
men about, she was a very like
able person. The naughty Eve that
she had inherited from that early
ancestor, was completely submer
'When things get tiresome at
the store and I get grouchy, I
think I'd give anything to stay at
home and Just loaf. But two days
of U just about kills me. I get
"I guess things get on your
nerves 'ere at home more than
they does at the store." her moth
er remarked, apologetically.
Byrd couldn't explain the feel
ing of pity she suddenly felt for
Mrs. Campbell. Sfie censed that
India made a slave of her, too.
India had many loveable traits
in a sense, she was very much
They told India all about the
No event could- compete with a
"real party" in their minds. It
was the yeast that leavened the
boredom of their lives.
At Tiny's suggestion, they de
cided to go down town for lunch
and shop for evening dresses to
be initiated at the great occa
sion. They saw Byrd hesitate.
"You're certainly a little chump
if you don't come along," said
India, "you ought to know that
the more a woman spends, the
crazier the . men are about her.
And husbands! My experience hat
been that it's the only way to keep
Tiny laughed uncontrollably at
this witticism. She always hic
coughed when 'she laughed too
hard, and then her hair came
down in ragged ends from under
her hat, like a fringe around her
"Be so expensive that he can't
afford any other luxuries, is my
India smiled wisely. She very
seldom carried on her intrigues
under cover, and Byrd admired
her for her daring. Byrd was too
unworldly .to understand India's
technic, but she knew that India
had wrought havoc in more than
But Tiny had always defended
her, saying that India was no fool
and would never throw herself
away for, less than diamonds,
pearls and yachts.
'Well, - skin-and-bones, vou
should know," said Tiny, blowing
ner nose, which act, she claimed,
reduced her blood pressure and
brought her back to normal. "I'm
darned glad that Freddie don't
go In for sport models or racing
cars or speed boats, In the .flapper
"He's gotten so used to driving
a truck," Jibed India, quickly,
"that he can't apprecite the mod
els you mentioned. I may educate
him yet," she laughed.
They lunched at the "Little Vil
lage," where the cellar effect was
accentuated by the red-checkered
tablecloths, dim candles and the
general air of concealment that
appealed to those who met there
"Jack's lunching with his pet
canary again." said India, her
bright eyes ferreting out the dark
corners. "She certainly looks like
cheap brass, made of alloy." Byrd
saw Jack Duncan with a highly
colored blonde in the far corner.
"Look at the wren blushing,"
laughed India, teasingly. "They
will get away from you unless you
give them a little attention."
"Oh, rot!" said Byrd, crosslyv
"You know Jack's wild about
you, and you're certainly a dummy
not to hold it over Larry's head!"
said India, with her amazing
frankness. "My eye! what you
could do with your good looks. If
you weren't so easy, Larry
wouldn't look at another woman."
Tiny went into peals of laugh
ter. Byrd saw the humor of it,
Here was India, telling her how
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They shopped all afternoon, and
they had a gay time doing it.
They finally decided on white
crepe for Byrd with pearl ear
drops and strands upon strands
of pearl beads, a black crepe sat
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black imitation pearls for Ttoy
and a poppy-eolored chiffon, the
waist a basque and, the skirt bal
looning eat like a ballet skirt aad
Jet earrings and jet beads that
seemed to set off the let helmet
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rot her hair, lor inaia.
Byrd bad distinct forebodings
about her dress. She wouldn't tell
Larry about it. She would sur
prise him. -
But it was just her luck to have
the dress delivered right in his
."We all decided to have new
evening . dresses for the party,'
Byrd smiled, somewhat self-con
; "You bought a new dress for
Saturday, night?" asked Larry, in-
. "Yes, goosie, what's wrong with
that?" Then her face sobered.
Larry was thinking that just
yesterday he had asked her not
to buy anything but what was ab
solutely necessary. But her lips
tightened as she thought of those
cases that came mysteriously, the
accident to the car, his doctor bill
and India's share in the expense
of that catastrophe, not to men
tion the clothes he was constantly
"I - know exactly what you're
thinking," said Larry, studying
Byrd's face, appraisingly. "You
think if money's so plentiful,
you're going to spend your share
ot it. That's just where all women
are poor sports. They spend mere
ly out of spite. They're all tight
wads by nature. They think that
every cent a man spends foolish
ly reveals his frivolous soul. 'You
know why I'm giving this party?
From- a business standpoint en
tirely. It's social stuff that sells
a man's business. If you think
sanely about it, it's a darn good
"But, dear," said Byrd, "I
haven't criticized you for wanting
to give a party. But I want this
dress, and I'm going to pay for it
out of the money dad sent me."
"I thought it was understood
the other night that we were to
use It for rent. You'll get it back
the first of the month," said
Byrd sighed, and a salty mois
ture appeared on each coral lid.
She took the check out from her
dressing table drawer, endorsed
It, and gave it to Larry.
"Gosh! I'm sorry about the
dress, honest I am! But you wait
a few months and you can buy
six in Its place," promised Larry,
as be pocketed the check.
Byrd knew that she wouldn't
be comfortable buying the drese
unless she had money to pay for
It. And It was very uncertain Just
wnen Larry- would pay back the
three hundred if ever!
So the next day she returned it.
She was flitting, birdlike,
around the tiny kitchen again. Her
naturally sunny disposition could
not be dampened long. It was
their third successive dinner at
home that week, and in a burst
of frenzied economy, she had even
bought lamb stew and gone un
punished. Larry had eaten It and
asked for more! Reward enough!
Ana mis bad made her feel so
happy that she never even once
regretted the dress.
The next morning, as Byrd was
hanging away one of Larry's manv
business suits, a letter tumbled
out of the pocket.
It was India's handwriting, and
uyra reaa it.
"Darling," It began, '.'If you
uauu i msioiea on it, i never
coma have sent you these bills.
iou worried yourself into the
doctor bill, old thing. Tho sprain
was nothing. But I do appreciate
your ruining the dress. The one I
got in Its place, since you were
so sweet about it, a a dream.
Please be crazy over it. as I am.
Yours forever and forever, India."
The two bills were for thirty
and for one hundred and twenty?
five dollars, respectively. One
hundred and twenty-five dollars
ror a dress for India, Byrd thought
dully. Her bemused mind couldn't
grasp the fact. The amount re
peated Itself again and again in
her mind, like the rhythmic re
frain that sometimes beats Itself
out on the rails under a passing
train. One hundred and twenty
five dollars one hundred
and twenty- five. one
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MUST SELL, on account .of
health will sacrifice gas station
and repair shop, on highway, close
in, a good going business for $2,
650. 10 acres adjoining city lim
its of Salem for only 12600. A
VALLEY LAND CO.
164 North Liberty
TOR SALE Grocery store, do
ing good business, good location.
F. L. WOOD
S41 State Street
FOR SALE Real Estate
GOOD 9-room modern house,
close in, partly furnished for quick
sale, 15600; $1500 down.
ROOM house, 2 fine lots pav
ed St., snap $1700; $250 down.
LARGE 7 RM. HOUSE N.
Com'l. St.. 2 lots, snap. $2600;
125-a. ranch, 90 In cult, bldgs.,
fruit, stock, tools,' $9000. Take
residence or acreage for part.
PERRINE & MARSTERS
212 Gray Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
By owner, lovely Mill Creek
home and Income. Apply 344 18th
N. Phone 1676 J.
CLOSE-IN, new, every floor
oak, four big cheerful rooms and
large dining nook, pipe furnace,
dandy fireplace, garage, nothing
lacking here, no better built house
in Salem. Price $4800 $800 cash
balance long time, t percent.
YOU WILL want this one, it's
built right. New, nicely located,
five sunny rooms, first floor. 2
rms. upstairs not finished, modern
in every detail, close to bus,
school, church, theatres, and store.
Rigid inspection Invited. Priced
$600 less than cost. $4000. Easy
CARL MASON or F. G. DELANO
290 N. Church Phone 2830
6 ACRE fruit tract, good five
room house, good well and spring,
outbuildings. ml. S. of Salem.
6 room house and two good
building lots for sale cheap. 12
blocks from Commercial and State
Street. $3000 takes all.
280 acres at Yale, Ore. This is
86 acres 10 miles from Salem
for only $4500. Will trade. What
Ladies' lingerie store invoices
at $14,000 will sell at $10,000
Auto camp at Albany for sale,
2 residence lots at McCoy and
Cornell streets for sale cheap J
Must sell house and lot close In
close to schools and bus line,
fruit and nut trees a bargain at
$2(00.00. Lot alone worth $2000.
Several choice residence lots in
Ben Letnond Park.
208 N. High Street
See JOHN WERNER
BUY direct from owner 5 room
cottage, garage, beautiful lot 1-8
of a block trees, desirable loca-
4 ROOM house on paved street
and bus line. Modern except fire
place. Double garage. Priced to
sell quick. Phone owner 1216-R.
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Oregon, Thursday Moruing,
ATTRACTIVE HOME BARGAINS
$1800. Six room house well lo-
cated on pared street and
bos line, lot 75 x 150 feet,
garage. $100. down, bal
ance easy terms.
$2950. New attractive 4 room
home on paved street, oak
floors, wired for electric
, stove, fireplace, immediate
possession ! $100. down,
' easy terms per month, im
$3200. Eight room home well lo
cated near Court st. on N.
16th St. A REAL SNAP.
$4800. Six room modern In every
way located N. Capitol st.
$5600. Six room home on Fair
mount Hill, splendid view,
$2625. Four room home located
close in on- N. High st.
S150. down, balance
$3900. New modern 4 room home
with large attic, paved
street, east front, $360.
down, balance terms. ' All
kinds of Real Estate &
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
134 South Liberty Street
' Phone 515
By owner, Duplex bouse.'
N. Winter. .
$3250. for a new 5 room English
type home, modern in ev
ery way, $250. down. Bal
ance to suit.
$4200. for a new -6 room bunga
low, modern in every way,
$200 down. $35 per mo.
$2650. 5 room home fireplace,
garage, wood house, pav
ing and some fruit, $100.
$5000. to loan.
Auto & Fire Insurance
320 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 637.
WANTED The best house 5 or
6 rooms In Salem that $2000. to
$3000. will buy with $100. down
and large monthly payments.
FOR SALE 7 room all mod
ern home, east front, ovrner going
away, plenty fruit, paving paid.
Price $4000., good terms. Nearly
$2200. buys a nearly new 4 room
house with nook, two lots 50 by
100 feet, will take a car for equity.
V good Ford preferred; has gar
age and woodshed.
SQUARE DEAL REALTY CO
202 U. S. Nat. Bank Bldg.
DOWN TO BEDROCK!
IMMEDIATE possession of a
nice 5 room home, built 3 years,
built ins, good plumbing, base
ment, furnace, large lot with
choice fruit and nut trees, street
paved and walks in and paid. Price
only $2600, part down, balance
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
LEAVING CITY MUST SELL
My 5 room home in choic res
idential district, large corner lot
50 xl60 feet, both streets paved
and walks in and paid. Beautiful
shade trees in front yard. Price
$4000 with liberal terms.
LEO N. CHILDS, CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
HOUSE and 2 lots for sale close
in. 5 rooms, large living room, 3
bed rooms, kitchen and bath. Gar
age. Priced right. No commission.
Mrs. B. P. Skewis, 960 N. 20th St.
Sheep and goat farm of 870
acres with buildings, fenced and
cross fenced, plenty of springs,
some timber. Only 15 miles from
Salem and a real BARGAIN at
$25 per acre.
SEE Thomason with
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1727
Beautiful little home of 4 rooms
located at 745 Norway. $2400.00,
$100 cash. Bal. $35.00 per. mo.
W. G. KRUEGER
47 N. Com'l. Realtor Phone 217
7 room fully modern home
close In on paved street. A bar;
gain at $3500.00. Easy terms.
3-4 acre 4 room bungalow.
Fruit, fine well of water, electric
light etc $60 down with balance
like rent. Bargain at $2700.00
WANTED Stockeo and equip
ped farm for good paying Income
property in Salem. Act quickly on
this for it won't last long.
40 acres stocked and equipped
for dalnr and poultry raising.
Price $7500.00 or will take
a house in Salem up to $3500.00.
room home close in. Base
ment, furnace. Large lot. C gar
ages on paved alley. Sacrifice
20 acres dairy and poultry farm
7 miles from Salem all new
building. Fully stocked and equip
ped. $6600.0(JEasy terms. .
129 N. Com'l. St. Tel. 1354
fops AMy Minute-,
i V B . V . i
November 19, 198
Lrnnm old niastered house and
corner large enough for houses.
Streets both paved ana paia ior
best of terms. Let us show it
122 N. Commercial St- Phone 2974
dd ttttfttt. home overlook
fiaiom Fruit acreage, chick
en ranch. Easy payment. Owner,
phone 169 3 J.
jfrn tPTlVB new modern
home of 3 rms. and nook, furnace,
fireplace, hdw. floors, tapestry
wallpaper, well located, $3200
with terms you can handle.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
175 South High Street
WIT T. mnnn tiA business prOD-
,1 uu www e
. 1A rnnm house. Lot 60 X 15
on N. High St. $7500. All paving
$4009 new 5 room house, strict
ly modern: East front. All paving
paid. Your own terms.
$3500. Almost new 4 room house
and nook. Strictly modern. Close
tr schools. Your own terms. Own
er must sell and cut priceMrom
S2250 Nice 5 room house, base
ment, east front. Your own frms.
MONEY TO LOAN INSURANCE
RICH L. REIMANN, Realtor
219 N. High St. Phone 865
5 ROOM cottage, bath and -toil
et, garage, 2 lots with large trees.
paving paid, good location, trice
$2500.00, small payment down.
4 rooms and nook, plumbing in,
garage, corner lot, paved street,
new place Just finished, price $2,
350.00. Easy terms.
COPPOCK OR DUMBECK
180 North Commercial Street
A WISE ONE
SOME wise person said "one
good investment is worth a life
time of labor. See, phone or write
and let us tell you about, a cozy 4
room bungalow completely fur
nished for $2200. Some terms. Has
2 bedrooms, built in kitchen, liv
ing room, best of plumbing, lights,
woodshed, concrete foundation.
Dandy garage. Paving paid. Close
in. Not far off of State st. Owing
to unavoidable circumstances,
owner is leaving city, must sell at
sacrifice for a quick deal. Hurry
BECHTEL OR SEARS
341' State Street Room 4
Located in business zone, old
6 room house, lot 50 reet wide and
runs through block, both streets
paved, price $2750, $500 cash, bal
ance easy terms.
10 room duplex, very close in.
will pay 10 on the Investment.
Will sell on reasonable terms or
take good modern house as part
payment. Give easy terms on bal
6 rooms strictly modern fur
nished house. Also garage house.
GooS location. Rentals $50.00.
Price $4750, terms.
SOCOLOFSKY & SON,
Firs! National Bank Building
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DON'T WAIT TILL SPRING
Get your near city tract now
and plan out your building bet
ter than cross word puzzle sever
al good cheap tracts to choose
122 N. Commercial St. Phone 2974
EXCHANGE Real Estate
EXCHANGE Two rood hoimes
two lots, fruit trees $9000., for a
farm about same value.
New modern four room hnune
double garage, good location $2,-
500. Take a car.
Six room modern home in hest
residence district for a suburban
Ten acre tract with build'
near Hood River for home in Sa
lem or acreage.
A good 25 acre farm for a lar
ger farm will assume.
40 acres of river bottom land.
part In hops, balance timber.
Take a house part pay.
. F. L. WOOD
341 State Street
GREATEST Tradinar orrsnirs.
tion on the Pacific Coast. We
have over 3000 properties listed
for exchange. Every kind of
property, every price, every loca
tion. We can match your exchange
exactly. If you wonld like tn trsHo
your property today, come in to-
GASKILL A EARLR. Ttonlrnra
166 S.. Liberty . . : Ti 2S4
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joins mui uuy, 32 1-4 acres, z
houses. 5 and 6 rms.. 2 barns and
chicken houses, city and well wat
er, electric lights, $6,000. Will
trade for larger farm up to same
value. C. E. Taylor, Stayton, Ore.
SALEM income property to
trade for ranch. C. E. Taylor, Stay
14 acres four and a half miles
from Salem on the Liberty high
way. J. A. DOWNER
143 N. High Street
OUGHT TO S'EE PAT
ABUE TO MOVE 4.UAAV'
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nr. v -w fin (TAIIM Of lots: On
Bonth Church, FaJrmount Hill,
. a. or 1 TaoW as w si
North I7ln, Wturei
Pleasant Home Additions. A
large choice in any ot five groups.
Every one lower In price. Becke tt
inj t.-u-j i -i i-ii-i - "
- SK00 CASH Or trade for Sa
lem home. My 4 acres close in
mi rand electric water sys
tem 2 acres black caps and other
fruit. Good 6 room nouse staDie
I garage, price $4000.
J. L. WAUSEK
R. 8. Box 258
344 ACRES', near The Dalles,
18 acres in fruit, 200 cultivsted,
ha.la.nce in nasture. to trade for
acreage near Salem. F. A. Dough
ty. 1250 Nebraska Street.
CLEAR house'In Salem to trade
for sheep ranch.
2 houses to trade for farm.
California property for Oregon.
O. L. FOSTER
462 State St.
SHEEP RANCH FOR . SALEM
residence. 109 acres 1 mile from
station,' on highway. 30 miles
from Portland, fenced, good soil.
VALLEY LAND CO.,
164 N. Liberty
TO TRADE $350 equity in
small home well located for any
thing of equal value. Call 705 S.
12th or phone 9.
- FOR SALE Good 50 acre
farm. 45 acres in crop, balance
pasture, 6 room dwelling, barn, si
lo, garage and chicken house.
Price $7500.00. $1500 cash, bal
ance reasonable terms at 6 in
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
134 S. Liberty St. Phone 615
119 acres. 104 in cultivation,
balance pasture. 8 rm. house, 46
by 60 barn. Woven wire fence.
Family orchard, 9 acres straw
berries, 10 'acres English wal
nuts. $12,000. $5600 cash. As
sume $6500 mortgage.
C. E. TAYLOR
REAL BUY 20 ACRES
7 miles east on Salem-Silver-ton
highway. 20 acres highly im
proved, best of soil. Reduced from
$7500 to $5250. No trades. Pri
vate owner Mathis, Phone 10F4.
6 Acres good soil. Close in on
pavement. Electricity, fruit, 6
room plastered house, chicken
house, barn, garage. Will sacri
fice for cash or give good terms.
Of course they are coming back.
You can't keep a good thing down.
We may have to take a little bet
ter care of prunes and keep culls
out of sack. We have several good
buys in prune tracts.
122 N. Commercial St. Ph ne 2974
1 ACRE, 2 miles from business
center of Salem, 7 room new
hcuse with basement, unfinished.
Price $1500. $100 down. Will take
closed car for part.
3 ACRES on paved highway, 4
miles from Salem, all in cultiva
tion. 150 6-year old Royal Ann
cherry trees. 5 room house. Price
only $1800, $500 cash.
SEE .THESE BARGAINS QUICK
TRIANGLE REALTY COMPANY
421 Court Street Ground Floor
726 acres 600 logged off open
ground, chance to develop won
derful either stock or sheep range
plenty of water. A little back
from turnpike road, but it hasn't
a turnpike price. You can buy It
right and owner will take
your city. Come in and see us
122 N. Commercial St. Phone 2974
LOOK Five acres of splendid
soil, east of Salem, $26. down,
$10 per month. DON'T NEGLECT
TO SEE THIS PROPERTY.
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO
134 South Liberty Street
SHEEP RANCH PRICED Right
870 cere sheep ranch well lo
cated near Salem, some good
farm land. Price for QUICK SALE
$25, per acre to close an estate.
SEE THIS BARGAIN AT ONCE.
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
134 S. Liberty Street -Phone
2tt acres with fi room modern
home, garage and poultry houses.
-auu egg electric incubators. 225
Some wise person said "one
Only " $5,500.00
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
Realtors Loans Insurance
147 N. Com'l. St. Saiem, Oregon.
FOR SALE 120 acres 2.500 -
000 timberland on the Alsea riv
er mile off main highway.
J. A. DOWNER
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THANKSQIVINQ TURKEY WITH US
Big. Fat. Juicy Turkey free w ith every Used Car Sold Before
1928 Nash Standard 6, Coupe, fine-ehape '
1920 Chevrolet Coupe
1926 Dodge Sedan ..
1928 Standard Six Nash Coupe
1926 Nash Special Coupe
1926 Chrysler Roadster : .. j" j
1928 Nash Special Six Coach i
1927 Chevrolet Sedan
1926 Buiek Standard Sedan '
:-. Nash Touring - j
J . - Oakland Touring i
Brisco Touring . i
Elgin Touring ' l 9:
I Star Touring
' 4 -Ford Touring j . m
-" Big Turkey with every one of them. Excellent equipment, i
-S ' Exeentlonal Prico i
F. W. PETTYJOHN CO.
S(6 Noftlv Commercial Street .V
5 acre tract near Salem, la
fruit, $22004 Trade for lot.
2 acres; 5 rm. modern houe,
on gravel road, within easy walk
ing distance to Salem, $3600.
20 acres on paved road, near
Salem, good improvements, $5250,
83 acres; A-l ranch; running
water, 7 rm. modern house, all
necessary outbuildings, will
trade for modern home in Salem
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
484 Court Street
HOWELL PRAIRIE ACREAGE
$100. per a. $500 down.
E. B. FLETCHER
FOK REM T Houses
RENTS reduced on the follow
ing furnished house. 4 R to $28-.
5 R to $30 7 Rs to $309 R
$40. 10 R. $75. Unfurnished $16
to $40. See our furnished 4 room
bungalow for sale for $2200. Price
reduced from $3000 for a quick;
BECHTEL SEA RS
341 State Street Rooms 3 and 4
Not for Sale 6 room hou.e,
basement, furnace, newly tin
ashed. $30. 1196 Marion Strtvt.
Phone 155 6-J.
HOUSES furnished and unfur
nished for rent from $10. oo
montn and up phone 1365J.
7 Room l ouse newly papered
and painted. Modern. '30. 4 bed
rooms. Call 1C4 2W or 1399 "IV
FRENT 2 furnished and
some unfurnished houses. Mel.
vin Johnson. Phone 637.
5 ROOM furnished house. Good
location. All modern Improve
ments. 1880 Court.
FOR RENT Apartments
APT. FIRST FLOOR, reason
able rent, 292 N. Summer.
furnished, new furnace heat, gar
age. Near State House, 1064 Oak
SMALL furnished apartment,
TWO ROOM APT.- with pa'n
try. Water and lights furnished.
$12.75 a month. 1396 N. 4th.
STK1UTLY MODERN f room
apartment. Close in. 666 N Liber
ty. Phone 1361.
2 room furnished $37.50 & $40.
550 N, Summer 1972
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FOR RENT. Houses and apart
ments. F. L. Wood. 341 State.
fIlJRISHED and unfurnished
2 room apartments. Virginia
Apartments. 879 N. Liberty.
STEAM HEATED 3 -room apt.
Tel. 13 6 2M. ,1580 Center.
THREE ROOM furnished apart
ment, private bath, furnace heat.
545 Court. Phone 1067.
FOR RENT Furnished two
room apartment after Nov. 30.
440 Mill Street.
FOR RENT Rooms
WORKING PEOPLE We have
cheap sleeping rooms. You can
save money with 2 in a room. We
also have comfortable room for
ladies, 391 N. Cottage.
2 ROOM Furnished apt. Fur
nace heat close in, reasonable.
Phone 176 6-R.
BOARD AND ROOM
ROOM.-BOARD, single meals.
Sunday dinners. Alexander, 1030
Chemeketa. Phone 7 '39.
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
FRED W. LANGE, Veterinarian
Office 629 S Commercial, Tel.
1198. Res. Tel. 1666.
FOR SALE Pure bred Chester
White boars, and Gilts. Took pre
miums at 1928 State fair. Priced
A. A. NAFZIGER
Salem, Ore. R 7 Box 15.
aw lananeaoe. J)-u-ut-tJ-u-J-J
CATTLE WANTED Walter
Corbet, phone 2541.
CATTLE FOR SALE
1 Jersey heavy Springer
1 Jersey due in February
1.20 mo. L'fer due toon
All good ones, come and see
1 Vs miles east from Swegle school
on north side of Garden road. See
sign on gate.
SEVERAL good high grade Jer
sey cows, fresh and springers.
Priced from $60.00 up. Some
terms. 1 miles east of Swegle
school. North of road. Rt. 7, Box
198. See slcn on gate.
FORS ALEUSED CABS
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