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Bvrd aw- Larry Browning had been
married only a short time. It bad been
!i-vc at first sight between a man aha
wajjted life to tnoe awiftly and excit
inelv and a girl of golden beauty, aimply
brnr'pht op in a mall town, who expec
ted to nettle down and hare a home and
There war many 'things which threat
ened their happlne ri?bt from the be
ginning: I-arry ' part Berth ip with an
crrnpulous Jack Duncan in a specula
tive venture, floating the stock of the
MuiWers' Supply company: Larry's con
tinuaf lonas from Byrd's father who wa
president of a bank in Jacksonville; the
anecesoion of parties with fast-moving
crowd, consisting of Tiny and KreI M
borman. Jack and Msrgy Unneau, Chet
Kverson and India Campbell, a lormer
sweetheart of Uj ; Ijirry a growing
extravagance, his refusal to br-ak oft
his friendship with Jniia: laftly their
intreasing number of quarrels over bill.
uvTr card gan.e, over ail sorts of ilrer
Byrd's parent, came to spend a week
.1 u. .... ih.t left, it wa a r-
rangea mi - f .. ...
who wss hitting the trail Uk--
. ... . I. .. rnunfr ColtS ' Spend
MvwA'm iiiiior sister. 1 a
ir"i ' i " ' ' - .- -
summer with tliem.
I 'lit arrived. decked out like the
rainbow ami full of pep and with ideas
of lier own. and presented a new prob
lem Byrd s attempt to tone down her
rvuberant. over-dressed sister, brought
1-irry to Pat's defense. Hyrd made an
fort to plant some serious ideas into
Pat 's shining, red head ; but Larry riot
only did not co-operate, but took Put
to a movie that night. Just as Hyrd
had settled down to the mending there
OHoVn TK-Tlir: STOICV,
BYHD opened the door and gave
a little gasp as she saw Jack
Duncan standing there.
"Why Jack Duncan." she cried,
".-hat in the world are you doing
here at this time of night? Why
didn't you telephone first if you
wanted to see Larry?"
"Who said I wanted to see Lar
ry, angelest? That's just the reas
on 1 did come. I knew Larry
wasn't here." he smiled into her
He threw his light overcoat
end hat onto a chair and proceed
ed ro take out a cigarette.
"I hoped I'd find you alone."
lie grinned impishly. "And luck's
Byrd picked up her mending
liasket with a very sober expres
Fion on her face.
"For gosh sake, put that thing
away." he demanded, laughingly.
Nothing reminds a man so much
of married life as a mending bas
ket." "It wouldn't hurt you to be re
minded once in a while." rejoined
Put it down this minute or I'll
l.iss you." he threatened. Hastily
r.yrd set it on the floor at her
-Well. I think it s just as well
you told me right off what you
i-ante for." said Byrd. trying tc
put a grea' deal of dignity into
ner tone. "You must know that
1 think" it's perfectly ridiculous
for you to think you can May
around with me. I'm not fh;:t
ri it. I don't want to be nasty to
you. Jack, for you're Larry's pnrt
nor and Maigy's one of my best
friends, but I wish youl get a
little sense". We could 'be very
"All thorny today, aren't you?"
.la'k said, easily. "Maybe you
don't know it yet, but xou're just
a little crazy about me. There's
pomethtng way down deep in you
that nobody's stirred. But when
you do catch on fire, oh boy!
what a rontlagration! I know
you're not really in love with Lar
ry! Xo girl who's got any self
rtsiect will continue to care for
a man who's in love with some
"Liar!" said Byrd. quietly.
"Larry does love me. but he's
bren terribly spoiled by women
.lack anr.-d with a disdain
ful shrug f !-he shoulders.
Have it your own way," he
Swiftly Byrd studied Jack t
dark, cruel eyes, the swift reh
t 'of his narrow brows over
v . iho elfish lines of the
lliriu. . --
mouth. He would stop at nothing
to -,et what he really wanled.
Pyrd explained that Pat. het
cuter had arrived to visit
them, and she and Larry had gone
to a movie. She expectea mem
tack any moment, sne sain.
Larry agreed to go to Colum
bus last night to work the small
towns around there. He wasn t
in the office today. 1 thought be
was going to stay all week." said
Jack, in a surprised voice.
"That's why vou're here to
n'gtt." Byrd was on the point of
Faying, but closed her lips on the
The stuff isn't selling the way
wr thought it would. The mar
lct's bad right now. Everything
is way down. Just a natural re
action after a remarkable year. I
gruess. when lots of stocks were
selling at terribly inflated values.
If we can stick through the sum
mer, we'll be all right." Jack
paused to let the what of what
he was about to say sink in. "I've
been wondering if Larry couldn't
swing it alone. I have an offer to
go In with a big house in Chlca-
Byrd sat petrified. She knew
Jack's marvelous reputation as a
salesman. Nobody but Jack Tould
sell this stock, and leaving now
would b merely dumping the
whole caboodle of It . on Larry's
shoulders. It would Tuin them.
"You're got too much invested
yourself. Jack." she replied. "You
couldn't possibly. go right now."
"I've got chance to dispose of
rily Interest In It. an I reallT
think I'm a darned fool if I don't
take this chance to get out from
under." . - - .
Byrd wondered what Jaek baa
op his sleere. He was so unscrup
ulous In his morals that she
rcnirin't trust him in Business,
crime . .
"Yea?" she asked with a skep
tical inflection in hr voice.
ita nulled ont a letter and Byrd
tt it rrtainlr was a bona
fide offer to come into a Chicago
firm at S a rery i good salary.
Much more than he was making
right now. ; . : .. .. - .. '-m
nh !!" she cried out sud
denly. Toar really not think
ing of accepting it. are yo7
would leare I-arry fa " a terrible
predicament. He couldn't get on
without,' you. He really ,eouia-
Tou really wt mV t UyfH
Jack asked in a softer tone, a
tone that suggested that he was
not staying on Larry's account.
Byrd'fc heart froze in her body,
and her hands twisted together
like little gnarled twigs on a leaf
less tree. She was the pivotal
point in this ituation.
"I shall be very grateful to you
if you stay." her Toice was so
muffled that Jack had to lean to
ward her to hear.
"Well. I wrote them today re
fusing the offer. I hope you
won't make me sorry that I did
it." Jack continued to look, at
Byrd continued to stare at the
toes of her small, satin slippers.
Now that the first shock had
worn off, she was beginning to
feel a huge resentment that this
selfish beast of a man would take
advantage of a business situation
to make her play definitely into
his hands. We'll she'd show
him! But she was rather hasy as
to how she would "show him."!
"Say, angelest. I want you tc
do me a favor." and Jack drew
his straight brows together in a
disagreeable and sulky line.
Margy found that vanity case of
yours in the pocket of my dress
suit and has gone into hysterics
over it. She threatens now to see
a lawyer. I?e a jrood sport and ex.
nlain to her. will you? She'll be
lieve you and she won't believe
"My soul! Tyhat messes you
men make of lifH You drive
oor Margy almost crazy with
vour intolerably selfish qualities!
You never give her a thought!"
said Byrd bitterly.
"It's her fault." replied Jack
nlkily. "The house is like a
Villy-ho all the time. The joint
tlmost drives me mar!'- Tnri-
'ooked gloomy enough.
Byid suddenly had a thought,
"he had been worrying for some
'ime about geting her vanitv
'acl: She mnA have ft.
"Of course. I ll explain to Mar'
xv. but you've got to promise to
nve me tiie Ca?e firs( Larrv
bought it for me at White Sul"
ohtir Springs and it belongs to a
set. Where is it?" she inquired.
"Margy's got it. You can get
it from her."
Byrd got tip r.nd pushed back
her chair as if the visit had come
?o an end. Jack pot up. too. nnr
moved toward his hat and coat,
tut turned suddenly, and before
-he realized what was happening
lad taken her in his arms. Jack
vas shorter and a little heavier
nan Larry, but the forre of hi
rmn around her was like steel
'I'm really and truly In' love
vith you. Byrd. Not the' light,
illv infatuations that I'm
having with a dozen girls hut
-onieihimr lat makss me rt little
viid. Even your indifference
'csn't discourage nie. for 1 know
I'm r.oing to make you love me"
Jack had his lips lose to her
"ir and spoke with a deadly seri
"I'll be awfully decent to you
: you .ay you care for me lust a
- on r- jot hi any II Hlirr
TRinc me to give up that Chica
His tone had grown more insis.
'ent. "In fact, darling. I won't
'cave this aparfment until you do
His arms had cut into her sides
md Byrd's heart had actuallv
-topped beating and her breath
almost ceased. She knew now
be torrential, tempestuous pas
ion that could carry him over all
orts of barriers to the thing he
ravrd. Just wanting something
;ustified all measures he used in
mainjnir it. In spite of the utftr
lisgust she felt seeping, np
through ber, Byrd was impressed
with the tremendous sincerity of
us passion for her. His face was
Irawn with the pain of it. Sud
denly his released emotions seem
ed to sweep over her like an enor
mous wave, carrying her up. up
with a sudden flooding sensation.
Tt swept her. against her will, to
the ends of the world. Never,
lever had she felt like this. Larry
had never shaken. her to these
Byrd struggled wildiy against
r. She shook with loathing, with
'ury. with horror with revulsion
tt this sudden release of every
'hing that was unlicensed in them
"You're too revolting for
ords." she panted, trying to
pound him away from her. "How
iare you touch me? I i,ate you'
I hate yon!"
Jack's hands dropped to his
side, and he looked at her con
tritely, beseechingly. It was a
strange look for a man who pres
sed his advantage under all cir
cumstances. "I'm sorry. I know now that I
am mad about you. but what is
more precious. I believe you are
ilso mad about me."
"She was bewildered. Wn.
had she done?
Suddenly she grew limp in his
arms, and he held her gently, aa
if she were some very fragrant
creature. Grey and blue patches
of strange light floated before
HA BT KJIME. ;
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Honor to the members of the
Salem lodge of Elks who have
died, was paid at the annual mem
orial service at "the lodge temple
Sunday afternoon. The speaker
was the Rev. D. J. Ferguson of
Astoria, who dwelt upon the in
dications found in nature thatj
the soul is Immortal.
The roll of absent members
was called with the following
names added for the past year: I.
A. Wroten. A. E. Peterson. V.
Dare Sloper. E; L. Kapphahn,
Harwood Hall. D. F. Langenberg.
Roy H. Kester, S. A. Parks, S.
A. Manning. John Holman. A. L.
Fraser. C. E. Speaker, Moss Walk
er. I. W. Johnson. T. K. Ford, L.
C. Leidstrom and L. M. Haines.
Ritualistic work was led by
Frank Durbin. Jr., exalted ruler.
The eulogy to departed brothers
was delivered by E. M. Page.
Mrs. H. H. Harms sang two solos
and the Elks' orchestra played
everal numbers. The invocation
was led by the Rev. Martin
Scouts Start on
Delivery or New
Boy scouts are delivering the
new issue of the Salem telephone-
directory which bears the date
December 1. 1928.
The first copies were distribut
ed to the business district of Sa
lem. The residence sections of
town have been divided into 30
treas. each of which will be cov
ered by scouts.
Distribution will continue
throughout this week, according
to W. H. Da my of the telephone
company. Eighty-five hundred
:opies of the directory' have been
printed and as fast as they can
e bound and delivered to the
telephone company, the books
vvill be taken out by the scouts.
PENDLETON. Dec. 4. (AP)
A. P. Rasmussen, 4 0, who foi
she past ten years has been an in
mate of the Eastern Oregon State
hospital for the insane, today
strangled and beat, to death Fred
Kashuba. 28, an inmate of the
Rasniusse ntold Coroner Fol
jom that he had killed Kashuba
because he had spit on him. Ras
.missen showed no emotion when
lie was brought into the room
here Kashuba's body was lying.
The coroner said Rasmussen re
vealed he had strangled Kashuba
first by placing a shirt around the
younger man's neck and twisting
t. After he had lost conscious
ness, Rasmussen battered and
No inquest will be held, the cor
oner said. And no charges will be
tiled against Rasmussen, but he
will be kept in seclusion here
after. Disorderly Act
Is Charged To
SILVERTON. Ore.. Dec. 4.
(Special) A charge was sworn
to by Webb Haskins, Silverton
nightwatchman, against June
Drake, local photographer, in the
local court Monday afternoon in
which Mr. Drake was alleged to
have been disorderly ( in marking
up the windows of the Masonic
temple with a greasy substance.
Mr. Drake entered a plea of not
guilty and the hearing was set for
Wednesday afternoon at two
Lake County Man
To Aid In Court
Judge Orlando Corkins of the
Lake county circuit court has
been assigned by Chief Justice
Rand of the state supreme court
to hold court in Portland during
the next few weeks. Justice Rand
was advised that the Multnomah
county circuit court calendar is
Byrd's eyes, and then everything
got very hazy.
"I hear steps outside. Pull
yourself together, dear," and
Jack looked into he face anxious
Byrd tried to collect her scat
tered senses, but it was too late.
Pat and Larry burst in upon
TO BE CONTINUED)
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UOST- HI3" AJOICC a
UJEUU, BEN) 800SHT
onjb at a secowo huwo
stoQe a mo is just
GJVJ1MGV IX TO PAT
DO VOU SOPPCXSe HE.n
tUtLL, be abue TO tauk;
"The Truth." four act play, will
be given Friday night at the sen
ior high school auditorium as the
first public presentation this year
of a high school dramatic group.
The Truth" is the annual Snik-
pob play and is being coached by
Miss Lelia Johnson.
Tom Warder and Katherine
Goulet play the leading roles in
this story built around an inno
cent lie, which leads to more and
more lies as Becky Warder falls in
love with the husband of the wom
an who she has been trying to
conciliate with the very man she
But Of COUrse things!
straighten themselves out in the
The complete staff follows: "
George Beechler. Tom Warder;
Katherine Goulet, Becky Warder;
Charles Bier. Stephen Roland:
Harold Arnett, Fred Lindon; Lois
Wilkes, Laura Fraser; Yvonne
Smith, Eve Lindon; Margaret
Brown. Mrs. Crespigany; Reginald
Reese, servant; Jack McCullough,
Club Will Meet
LIBERTY. Ore., Dec. 4. tSpe
?ial) A business meeting of the
Liberty Drama club has been call
ed for Wednesday, at 7:15 p. m.
Plans concerning the obtaining of
place for regular meetings, and
programs to be given in the near
"uture. will be discussed. Prof.
Layman will be present to begin
.vork on the new music All mem
bers have been urged to attend.
Auto Tags To Be
Ready. On Dec. 10
Issuance of automobile licenses
for 1929 will begin on December
10, Hal Hoss, secretary of state,
-aid Saturday. The license plates
for next year have a black back
ground with white letters and
CHICAOO. Deo. 4 ( AP) - Coarse
prain. inrreased in activity and Khoweri
in upward trend today, contrasting with
.weakness of wheat. Kxporters in need
f .orn to fill .ontracts which call for
December Uiipmeiu were approximated
ot-t-oming anxious. Scarcity of oats re
sulted in March and May oats outdoing
he highest prices heretofore ,-ittained
Corn finished irregular, varyinic from
' iline to advance, with oats
he to 1 Iff Rain. In wheat, the close
n easy. 1 rir to '-jc net lower.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Dec. 4 ( AP)
Li-iJ' Huvinir nriccs. Katerr Oregon nm
tthy. 12l..-,0 fa) 21.00: .allev 17nn
17.50; alfalfa, $19.00i$ $1 9.50 ; cloTer
tl 1.00.(d 15.00: oat hay. $1 5.00 ffl 1 5.50 :
traw, J7.50 ton. Selling- prices, 2 ton
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dee.
Dairy Kxchnnge, net prices:
Butter: l.xtra 49: standards ,
prime firsts 48c; first 47c.
Kirg-x: Kxtra 4Sc: firm 46c: medium
extras 40c; medium firsts 37c; under
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. 4 (AP)
Poultry steady. Alive hens (over 4
U.S.), 24(3.25c: medium hens t3A to
4 '.it lbs.) 20c: springs and Leghorns 21c.
duchs, .'Uc; Turkeys, crested. No. 1, 32c
Potatoes Steady. Per 100 lbs. Yakima
Genu, $1.401.50; local partlr graded.
fl.15 S1.25; So. 2's. B0c1.00;
Deschutes Gems, fl.35fl.75.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dee. 4 (AP)
Cash grain: wheat bic bend bluestem.
hard white 11.49: soft white, fl.19:
western white fl.19; hard winter
1.13H: northern spring- fl.12: west
ern red, fl.l.1fc.
oats .o. 38 lb. white, 135. SO.
Barley No. 2 45 lb. B. W., 35.00.
Corn No. 3 Kastern yellow. hio-
Mill Run, Standard, f 29.50.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. 4 'API
Cattle and calves: no receiDts. lower.
Steers 25 to 50c off. Steers (1100
1130 lbs.) good f 1150 & 12.25. Do
(950-1100 lbs.), good f 11.25 6 12.00.
Do (800 and np), medium 10.50 11.25.
Da common 9.00 fa 10.50. Heifers 1850
lbs. down) good 9.75(310.00. Do common
7. 5 W 9.7 5. Cows, good 8.75(5 9.00. Do
common to medium C.758.75. Do low
cutter 4.00.75. Balls (yearlings ex
cluded), 7.257.75. Good beefs 6.50(6)
7.25. Do cotter to medium 6.50 (tg 7.25.
Calves (500 lbs. down), medium to
choice fl.50(ffi7.25. Do ell to common
7.00 8.50. Voalers. milk-fed. road to
choice 12.50613.00. Choice. 11.00i
12.50. Do cull to common 8.00 (S 1 1.00.
Hogs, receipts 95. steadv. ' Hmtv
weight (250-350 lbs.), medium to choice.
(.uva.w. Medium weight (200-250
lbs.), medium to choice 7.75 8.75. Light
weight (160-200 lbs.), medium to choice
8.85(20.10. Eight light (180 160 lbs.)
medium to choice $8.85 9.10. Packing
sows rough and smooth 6.50 fj 7.50.
Slaughter pigs (90-10 lbs.), medium U
choice 7.50 a 8.50. Feeder tad stocker
pigs (70-189 lbs.), medium to choice
(Soft or oily hogs and roasting pigs
excluded 1b above quotations.)
Sheep and lambs, steady, no receipts.
Lambs 84 lbs. down, medium 10.00
11.00. Do (aU weights), cull to common
n.MJtpia.oo. Ewes (120 Ibi. dowm).
m CBWiie .tfvt.ou, tlo ( lsO-
166- roe.), medium to ehelea 8.50 fn 6.00
Do fall weights), cull t common 2.00
CHICAGO. Dee. 4 (AP) Lively sell
ing of future deliveries of wheat took
place today at the last on account of de
cided .enlargement of the United States
wheat visible supply.
Closing qiiotstions on wheat were an.
aettled 3-8c(ri Uc Net lover to
advance, with corn 3-8c to e up and
oats showing Vatt3-8 to gain.
Apple. I. and f. "
f Delicious ..1."5S.50
Winter Bananas. Wa.
Cranberries, We it era, box
Dromedary. 36. lO ol pkf.
Bulk Ha!lowai, lb
. 08 H
( o rn ti hon s .
Ka- eror. lb
Grapefruit, Ariz., cat
Florida, ease 6.006.25
tomb !.ouey. r.ew rrep
lemons. Cal 7.30 8.00
176 s - 5.50
I'one'g Pitted, easa 4.75
ISO's - ....5 25
176 a 5'5
216 s and smaller 6.50
5-ars. local lb -OS
Pomegranates, lb. .0$
Quiucts. lb -0
( Wholesale quotations)
Artichokes, dox 1.0
Beans. Calif., lb. .20
l'ompkins. lb -OS
Celery. I- l bish. dos .90
Crate. Calif.. tyle 4-0ff
Hearts, dot. bunches 1-15
Spinach, local bo 1.25
Golden Delicious 02
Danish, lb -04
Hubbard. !b 02 H
Marblehead .. 03
Cucumbers, hot house, doi 2.00
( arrots. local, sack, lb-
Cabbage, local, lb
Cauliflower, local crate
Kggplant, Calif., lb.
Bunched vegetables, per aos.
Brussel Sprouts, local ...
Yakima, fieins. Xo. 1 ...1.50
Local. Burl.snks 1.10
Yak. Gems No. 2 110
Klamath Kails 35
Sweet Potatoes 0t'-i(a.05
Garlic, lb, .2
Peppers. Florida, green, lb 80
Tomatoes, Calif . :ug 3.00
Onions . .
No. l's '1....-.:-' 4-00
No. 2" ..... i. a 3 00
Boiling, local 03
Lettuce, local 1.50
Lettuce, Calif 3.50'a4.00
Csif meal. 25 lbs
Dairy feed, ton -
Corn, whole, ton '.
Cracked and ground -
Mill run, ton
Potatoes, cwt 1.00
New beets, dox. bunches - .80
Spinach, box 1 00
Ttirnipr, ct 1.50
Cabbage, evrt 1.50
rumpkin, cwt 1.25
Squash, cwt. 1.25
Hubbard squash, cwt. 1.2 5
Celery doz .60
Cauliflower, crate 1 00
Onions, lb .03 U
Parsnips, lb 02
New currits, doz. bunches .80(3 -60
Lettuce, crate 1.00
Radishes, doi. bunches -. .40
Spinach, box .75
Quinces, lb .,. ,., .08
Apples, face and filled 1.09
24 M .25
Leghorn broilers, under 2
Wheat. Western Red. bu
Oats, gray, bn
Wool and Mohair
Fill clip and lambs . 35
Mohair and Kids 51.6l
Hogs, top 08 3 4. 09
Heavy Sows 08!. 06
Spring Lambs - 09. 10
Wethers 00. 08
Ewes, top 04i.0H
Veal, top .18
Hogs, top . , .12
NOTICE OP APPOINTMKXT OP
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been dully ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Marlon, as executrix of the
last will and testament and estate
of John Arthur Hepner, deceased,
and that she has duly qualified as
such executrix; all persons having
claims against the estate of said
decedent are hereby notified to
present the same duly verified, to
me, at the office of Ronald C. Glo
ver, my attorney, 203 Oregon
Building, Salem, Marion County,
Oregon, within six months from
the date of this notice.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
6th, day of December, 1928.
ELLA I. HEPNER,
Executrix of the last will and
testament and estate of John Ar
thur Hepner, deceased.
Ronald C. Glover.
Attorney for executrix.
Salem, Oregon. D. 6-12-19-26-
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located in auto district. An oppoi tun
it v for a lrve man. Investigate this.
o60 Canter Street.
Summer resort restaurant with all
equipment and 7 furnished rooms up
stairs, rent $40. If we were to tell
you what owner has made in two sea
ions management, you might think we
hadn't been to church lately $.".imm
takes it half cash or vvill trade for
-'liep ranch of omal value.
122 N. Commercial Phone 2174
CLOSE IN PROPERTIES
Business corner bringing splendid
Business lot. north front, tll.ooii.
Corner lot with splendid business
possibilities, east and north fronts
pt house site wia ire-ome. $5750.
OERTRL'DE J. M. PACE
IM Court Street Tel. 1.2
FOR SALE Keal Estate
5 ACRE fruit tract, good five room
house, good well and spring, outbuild
ings. 6 ml. S. of Salem. Phone 36F13.
20 ACRES. 9 acres beaver dam.
partly improved, near Aurora, good
road, half mile to pavement, quarter
mile to school, fine building site, small
house, good spring for Irrigation,
cheap, small payment, easy terms. W.
J. Knox. 664 Breys Ave., Salem.
5 room houfe and two good building
lots for stile cheap. 12 blocks from
Commercial and Slate Street. $3000
280 acres at Yale, Ore. This is a
R5 acres 10 miles from Salem for
only $1500. Will trade. What have
I-'idles' lingerie store invoices at
$14,000 will sell at $10,000 a bar
gain. Auto camp at Albany for sale, good
2 Residence lots at McCoy and Cor
nell streets for sale cheap. Must sell.
. Must sell house and lot close in
close to schools and bus line, fruit and
nut trees a bargain at $2600. 00. Iit
alone worth $2000. Terms.
$3000 6 room house close in on
North Commercial seml-modfin
small down payment balance 4ri-.
Several choice residence lots in Ben
208 N. High Street
See JOHN WERNER
XOTICK OF FIXAIj SETTLK
MEXT Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Marion, his duly
verified Final Account, as the Ex
ecutor of the last will and testa
ment and estate of Emily Ed
wards, deceased, and that said
Court has fixed Tuesday, the 8th
day of January. 1929, at the hour
of ten o'clock a. m. of said day. as
the time, and the County Court
Room in the County Court House
at Salem, in Marion County, Ore
gon, a the place for hearing said
final -account and all objections
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
5th day of December, 1928.
Executor of the Last Will and
Testament and Estate of Emily
Ronald C, Glover,
Attorney for Executor,
Salem, Oregon. D 6-1 2-1 9-2 fi-J. 2.
Another election is to be held
at Richland In Baker county to
choose a mayor, O. B. Saunders
and R. O. Horning, candidates for
that office, each receiving 4fi
votes at the recent election.
NOOO, ALL. VOU MdVE TO CO IS )
J I SUOAUUOU) TUBSE TLOO TABuBTS'
I AfOO OU UJIUU 88 A0UE TO TAUK AS J
fx good Aiy:g rCtrv y?
ATTRACTIVE new modern f
S rws. and nook, tui. "W-.
hdw flrs. lapwr . Zl i,n-
locnted. $3200 with terms you can ban-
d!'"VlXNlE PETTVJOUN. Realtor
175 touth Higli Street
- - - r ,, I,, I, , - -ii, -- . iew
ooieT and tnWen. Will -ell tor
c8h or tra.le for Salen. property, at
invoice pii.-e. Reason for fnf; nu
... wi cr-vf .nfni loners. ium
ness. The t. oiy, Bnniumi. - "
HorsE almost new : 3 rooms una
nook; builtins.tire pU-e. bulb, -age.
sidewalks, pavement Ptl V?f?,
KZzO. IJUO down, 25 per month. CaU
6-J after ;30 or see owner at 119
TWO creek lots terms, uwner
1903 N. 5th street
lyir sal.R OR. TRADE
Bv owner, lovely Mill Creek home
and" income. Apply 3 44 18th N. Phone
t5'J- . , , i ,- - -. jiii.i'.m -i-i--
SLBI RBAN HOME; 5 a. 3 miles
out in rine location ; room house, new
.ui.l modern full tmirete basement,
furnace, fireplace, uuilt-ins. Karagt-.
New l:irn with lights and water and
room for I cow. An Ideal country
O. K. IK- WITT
1313 Edge water
FOR SAKE or trade 1 S acres, 4
rm plastered house, fruit house, wood
oiicd garage, chicken house, variety
couns tri it and berries. Fine building
sit-. City conveniences. Owner, 5ba
Piedmont St.. West Salem.
HOFSE almost new; 3 rooms and
'nooK, builtins. fireplace, bath, gar
S sidewalks, pavement paid. Price 12260.
i Ii)o down, $5 per month. Call 806-J
latter .' ;:!0 or set- owner at 2190 N. 4th.
WHY PAY RENT?
! When ou can buv a brand new Co
ilonlal bungalow for $3850. small down
i payment, balance like rent. Has love
ly living room with oak floors, fireplace
I tapestry wall paper, kintien has lots of
't.Bill in features am! is wired for elec
iii, range, laige nook with windows
. on two .sid s. two Ix-tlriMMiis. bath, full
cement hast nieni . I'urna'. e and laundry
iravs (iariKc. Min-i .mu (mm,
cast ft out. Tin;- a real opportunity.
It us show you.
Mrs. Ellis wiln
LEO N. CHILI'S CO.. Realtors
320 Slate Street Phone l42i
12-ROOM hoi.se furnished through
put, suitable for boarding and room
ing' One year's lease with the privi
1j of two. $5i0. This is a bargain.
J. A. DOWNER
143 N. High St,
Fine new all modern 6 room bunga
low: paved street; lawn; garage.;
$6000 clear; want good 100-A. farm
ami l'iiv cash difference.
rvira mi,,. -Ui-A farm near Salem:
By owner. IHipU-x house. til N
ii -i-i-n-.-i - -.-
7 a in berries and trims ; iarm mum- .lom.x .-win i 113. ,s. 1-.1 acre, j :.ve
ings stock and machinery; crop. Snap. es. R and 6 mis.. -J barns and chicken)
6((i0 easv terms. houses, city and well water, flecttld
30-A dairy ranch near Salem: good lights. $6.0uo. Will trade for latgej
new et hldgs. : :i a. stt avvlieri ies. H.n -farm up to same value. C. K. Tav lol
gain 'at $6.".o0 ; good terms. 1 I'l.0"; 01'-
J "pERRi'nE & "mARSTERS ROME OOOIl TRADE'S
12 Gray IHdg. ' What have you to offer for the fiW
, . ,r suburban home,
One acre not far ou, on paved roa.r
New 4 room, ounga low. la, ge living
ly,Mw ...... .... ...ilii'u A. to, K
closets, large u,n 10 ",, ......
nbimbinsr. kitchen and nook with plen-
tv nf hirllt-ins. nice light fixtures.
or mrllt-ins. nice ukih :;trt A modem t
jse wired for hot w ater heater and ;
ctrie range, good well, garage and: Vicnts
Price $000. small down payment,
LEO N. CUILDS CO., Realtors
320 State Street Phone 17 27
FOR SALE 8 choice building lots
Mow In oaved street in 600 block on
N. 14th. Will make low price for eash!SEK
can be had separately 11 oesircu. 1
Phone 1390-J or call at &o n. itui
200 ACRES with fair buildings. 150
acres good bottom land balance pas
ture and timber. Good location. Will
trade for small acreage or city prop
1 -Acre suburban home with
trAen flood 4 room bungalow.
$2700.00. You name the ternfs.
4-Room house and two lots. Good lo
cation in Salem. A snap at $1000.00.
Can vou beat It!
If vou have anything to trade let us
trade It for you. We write all kinds
of Insurance. See us aUe.it your In-
riclh and Roberts
12!i N. Commercial St.
$-100 FOR SIX ROOM HOFSE
And l.:ith. Corner lot. garage. Wal
nut tries. Both streets paved and
paid. Close 10 school, on bus. Price $2,
10o easv terms.
SOCOLOFSKY & SON
First National Rank Building
Rl!"YS two large modern apartment
house located at the north west corner
of High and Che'meketa street. Buyer
to move house from said location. See
our :ft uts
Bechtel or Sears
34 1 State Street Room 4.
BARGAIN Hollywood district 5
room house. Small down payment. Bal
ance like rent. See this today. Owner,
1126 Norway street.
HOI'SE for sale, to be moved. Ap
ply 990 N. Front.
6 ACRES, 3 miles from center of
city with view of 5 snow-clad peaks.
Beautiful surroundings. All kinds of
fruit, cherries, apples, pears, large wal
nut trees, fir grove. 5 room house, poul
try Vouse, 2 garages. Prife $;i'0. Will
exchange for Salem res. or lots to
$$600. Will sell ma. building site with
fruit and shade trees for $2600.
TRIANGLE REALTY COMPANY
421 Court Street Ground Floor
$3900. New modern 6 room English
type home, paving pd.f $600. down. A
real bargain. ,
$3260. New modern 5 room English
type homi paving pd. $260 down.
$2660. A S room home in good con
dition, fireplace, wood house, garage
and paving $100. down, $30. per mo..
$2900. A new 6 room English type
home, on paving, 4j acre of land, $t0
$3600. For A 6 ropm bungalow, hase
nent, bath, city water nnd lights. 2
icrts of land. 2 mi. from l". S. Bank.
320 T". K. Hank Bldg. Phone 637
Bl'ILT TO STAND
Repair bill small for many years
this nearly new beautiful modern 3
room with two sub-floored rooms ir
t tic. Splendid lot a Utile
rol with fruit and nuts
.h.iihVu-v eaut front with nev
t front. This house exceptional!;
built and you will say it i a wonder
ful home, onlv one fault and that hurts
the owner t"le price has been slashed
l ,40- BONO
1J2 N. Commercial 4?t, Phone 2!7
Good five room modern house, lae
aoume garage, mi o
large cherry, apple and
walnut trees. Owner oners at a s.ic
rifice price of $3150 with $J00 down,
Wiil sell furnialied,
SEE this today.
LEO N. CH1L.DS, Realtors
320 State Street Phone 12T
BEAITIFVL. HOME overlooking
Salem. Fruit acreage, chicken rancru
Easy payment, or rent. Phone 1:3J,
Attractive Fairmount HiJI Home
Built bv owner
Phone 1927 or 432
FOR SALE Three room hotiwv
paved street, furniture goes with the
place at $12.i.
F. L. WOOD
341 State Street
$5000. Buys a modern close In honia
on corner lot. East front, liest of lo
cations; 7 rooms, garage, terms.
78 acres all in cultivation, best of
land, drains well, most all in crop. go4
buildings, machinery goes with places
deeded water right, price $11,000. and
some terms. On good road close to
For trade. Well located suburban
acreage on highway. 7 room home itt
lH-st of shajie. escellent for sub-division
to trade for Portland property or near
SQl'ARR DEAL RBALTT CO.
202 i'. S. Nat. Rink Bldg.
WANTED REAL ESTATE
SHEEP 'RANCH SOTD AT S"IO
187 aires sold last week at fail
pi jOP Would like to sell yours. I'l l
must Ik- right. If ym are too high of
course you don't want to sell. Pros
pective buyers for both sheep ram In
and wood tracts. We will persona!!
inspect before selling if distnnre witlw
L?2NCi-ii)Tiii. rcial , . ''j
$6000. 31 A. good land: 6 room bun
ga Icrvr, ' Other b'dgs. on gravel rd., 3 4
a. bearing strawberries. Bnl. in grait)
and pasture, stink, tuikevs. go witll
place. Want house and lot or small
imp. acreng t half value, hat. loan at
6 ,. I. V. Cozine. Iebanon. Oregon.
( l A. Rlack soil. 4 miles Salem $ M'etV
i- ' " . $10 -.00
- miple.nents M,.
. A !.;,
H'I and mui-
A. stock, nop it iniiileinents $ ."i,d0.
. mod' 111 bldgs. $ , ;V 0
1 op ijnplf -
-.' j. MiiM'K ami crop n 1 1 imple
ments $ 7-eO.
K'd A. half cult, h;, if ..ak.tim-
er, no bldgs. g I soil $ r,:':.o.
lTil A. Logge.i off lanil .$ SIH'O.
70 A. 5 miles Dallas $ riSfuj.
70 A. 12 miles north $ 7 :4i0.
for particulars on good trmli
M4 1 State St.
income property to trad
. E. Taylor, ytaj ton, Ore
EXCHANGES A SPECIALTY
5 ROOM house to trade for good
car. Would consider trailing furnislie.
or unfurnished. Its of other good rxZ
O. L. POSTER
462 State Street
WANTS LA RtiKR HnMR
My client lias dandy 3 room modem
house with garage. On east front ear
ner lot. one block State street. Trail
for modern ." room north and pay iif
ference or assume.
K. G. ME LA NO
290 N. Clan eh Phone i'MO
LARGER lAis Less Monev .
We have five groups of lots: On Soi.tH"
Church. Kaii-mount Hill, North llthu
Laurel Park and Pleasant Home Addl.
lions. A large 1 ho iCe in anv of flv
groups. Eveiy one lower in price.
B ckc & Hendricks. 1 9 N. High Street.
WANTED To hear from people wjio
would trade west Oregon nnd Well
ington property for fine dairy fa, 1:19,
general farm lands and stock rat lies,
Also city and suburban property siny
where east of Cast . -ides. We speeialix
in finding good propertv to trade
-16- State Street
GREATEST Trading organization on
the Pacifi.- Cast. We have over 3"00
properties listed for exchange. Ktrf
kind of property, every price, tvttf
location. We can match vour t
change exactly. If vou would like t
trade your property today, come In 19m
da v. See
OA SKILL & EARLE. Realtors
166 S. Liberty Tel. 22it
TO TRADE $::;o equity in small
home well located for anvthing of n nal
vatu Call 70:, S. lintor
A few half acre tracts on Pari
street, near asylum, cheap and ensy
W. J. KNOX
664 Breys Ave.. Salem
Party moving to Portland, have go4
7 room house fine large view lot
with fruit and shrubs, and nirare A
good buy at $4500. cash. Would trade
for Portland r near Portland propertr.
"What you want for what voti
ha ve ?
ELLTS OR RROWN
4 62 State Street
TRADE A fine farm of St n.
with stock and eouinment lorll r.n
good road and clos- t,o gool town, own
er warns ro retire and will take sub
urban home as part pay. Also a good
50 acre farm with st irk etc Tok
or suburban.. propertv.
F. L., AVOOD
34 1 Stt Street
ONION LAND n harnln -
unimproved, garden land, 6 acre Ba
veraam, s.ii nair oah. Se n agent
zuu Uray BJdg.
FOB SJAf tT
M5"cr tr?ct 1 ,n,,' R- o' Salem.
Old hotme. but Hvabl. Price $2600.
Small payment down. Balance to suit.
W. O. KRl'EGER
, , . Realtor
r - -1- ,?oni'1- Phone 217
V Acre located on .main highway,
and only half mile from shipping point
U0 acres In cultivation. 120 acres goo3
timber. 7 room house and plentv o
S??f.r "nPemnta., price 4.4C.liL
ill consider city propertv In trade.
COP POCK OR DUalBBCK
10 North Commercial Street :
h 111 1 1 -i-i-i-.-ii-.-. Miiir
ia ACRES with small house. & acre!
of full bearing cherrlea near Salem, oj
pa vM road. WUI exchang for Port
$20 .ACRES near Bnd. Oregon, all
fenced, no oldgs. Will trade for time
H Block te Corvallla, well Wated,"
for t 50V, - Will trade for suburtas
home near Salem and pay dlfferenre. i.
, 7 Romp bouM. nice location. East
Salem, .Trad for acreage cloae In wita
or without bldga, T
10 Acre near Salem with $ rooni
boose, good water system and 9 acrefl
of choice fmltv A REAL. BAROAIN
for $1660, or trade for house of earn
8ER Thomaaon with ,
L0 N. CHILD CO Realtors' 1
12 State Street. ' Phoaa. 17JT'