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.The New Oregon Statesman, Salem, - Oregon, Sunday Morning, December XS, 1928
,PARIS. Dec. 22. (AP
Charles Henri Fachot tonight lay
gravely wounded because of his
access as public prosecutor last
Mar against Elsatlan propagan
dists accused of trying to separate
that province from France. He
tas shot down by a Strasbourg
butcher this morning in the door
way of his home. Two ballets
traversed his abdomen, but he bad
so improved tonight that physi
cians held out hope for his re
covery. ""His assailant surrendered to the
police this evening. He gave the
name of Georges Benoist, 28 years
old. The police said that he had
admitted being an autonomist and
that he had awaited his opportun
ity in Paris for a month to shoot
Fachot "to sare Alsace and Lor
rln." ' Fachot had a fine war record
With a field ambulance unit. He
was gassed twice, often commend
ed by his chiefs and decorated. He
bore his sufferings with fortitude
tonight. "What does it matter if
I succumb?" he said to bis wife,
"If my death helps to remove Al
satian unrest, I will take with me
a feeling of having been useful to
my country to the very end and
even after my death."
AMERICAN LEAGUE MOGULS HOLD ANNUAL SESSION
f 'ify. r f-.-. y. ' '- :
S- .: ... . Z.
The twla provinces of Alsace
and Lorrain, lost by France to
Germany In 1870 and recovered
In 1918, hare not been complete
ly loyal, partly as the result or
their mixed population.
Kill IS Sill
. BY BROOKS PUPILS
Oatside the snow may fly but inside the Congress hotel these American league leaden plan the base
ball campaign for the sunny days of 1929. A few of the league's magnates and bit tun attending1 the
annual American learue meet are shown. Front row, left to right: E. S. Barnard, president of the
league: Phil DeC. BalL St. Louis president; Jacob Ruppert, New York president; Frank Narin, Detroit
president. Standing in rear: William Harridge, league secretary; Ko&ert vjuinn, Boston presiaenc; aiv
Bradley, Cleyeland president; Gark Griffith, Washington president; Connie Mack, Philadelphia manager.
ICct'c t nicL,,
, BROOKS. Orel. Dec. 22. (Spe
cial) Pupils of the Brooks pub
lie school presented a Christmas
program at the schoolhouse Frl
day night. 'Tuletide music and a
play, "Scrooge's Christmas." were
given and a Christmas tree wun
presents for 'all of the children
Mrs. John Dunlavy entertained
a group of Community club mem
bers at her borne recently. Tbe
afternoon was spent quilting. At
a late hour refreshments were
served by the hostess. In the
group were: Mrs. Clark Aspin-
wall. Miss Ellen Hackit, Mrs. John
Kay, Miss Beulah Aspinwall. Miss
Marie Dunlavy, Miss Lela Aspin-
wall, Mrs. A. E. Harris, Mrs. C.
D. Naylor. Mrs. Syhrester Harris,
Mrs. George Harding, and Miss
llATon Harris and the hostess Mrs.
Recent dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Har
ris were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pos
tale and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Van
Horn of Portland.
Miss Ellen Hackit, her brother
Robert Hackit, Mrs. C. D. Naylor
. and Mrs. John Dunlavy went to
Gervals Tuesday and were guests
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J
Naylor. Mr. Naylor has been
for several months, but is a
WOODBURN. Ore.. Dec. 22.
(Special) The regular monthly
meeting of the Woodburn Teach
ers association was held at the
hlh school Tuesday evening.
. V. D. Bain, president, was auth
orized to select a delegate to the
meeting of the Oregon State
Teachers' association in Portland.
'December 27. 28 and 29.'
After the business meeting the
teachers enjoyed a Christmas tree
with F. P. Otto acting as Santa
Ciaus. They spent the greater part
of the evening in playing games.
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Helen M. Guiss. Mrs. V. D.
Bain and Mrs. Margaret T. Day- ma'd Problem
enport. The tables were decorateld
with tiny Christmas trees and
candies of oranges and mint sticks
BEAD HIS FIRST:
Byrd Browning, brought up in mill
town, wm trying to adapt hercelf to her
fast-moving, magnetic, young husband.
Larry, but the roon discovered that Jack
Duncan, his business associate, was
plunging Mm into debt instead of making
him rich as be promised. lorry's friends
were lively and spendthrift, and Larry,
a, wis spending his entire income, even
Urge sums he was continually bor
rowing from Mr. Hamilton, Byrd's father,
on seleas extravagaaco and on indi
Campbell, a former sweetheart of Larry
who borrowed from everybody.
Fat. Byrd a yosng sister who lived with
them in their small, nnraiive anartment.
intoxicated with city "iffe. started .a pace
of her own. finally Byrd bought a house
without Larry's knowledge and paid
siooo down on it. oat of the lest loan
Larry approved of the purchase of the
house ana be and Eyrd spent the entire
day buying furniture, and furnishings,
charging everything to the new accounts
which he opened. They moved into tbe
new house, and before it was settled,
Larry's frienus began making it their
rendezvous. Byrd engaged Handy, a col
ored maid, to help her with the house
work. Her mother wired her that she
was arriving for a visit.
(SOW GO ON WITH THE 8 TORT)
rTjHE Arrowsmiths, their old
1 neighbors in the Coronado
Manor, had moved Into
their new home during the sum
mer, just a few streets away.
Byrd and her mother were in
rited there to a luneheon bridge
"I want you to meet some of
your nicest neighbors," said Mrs
Arrowsmith, as she Introduced
Byrd and her, mother around the
The color seemed to drain slow
ly from Byrd's face, and she
stood as if rooted to the floor.
Directly in front of her sat Margy
Margy's face assumed a strange
expression as she nodded to Byrd
and her mother as if they werjB
strangers. - Mrs. Hamilton start
ed to say something, but noticing
the expression on Byrd's face,
shut her Hps quickly. .
Mrs. Arrowsmith hurried them
Byrd was relieved to find that
the luncheon was being served at
small tables scattered throughout
the living room, sunroom and
dining ' room, and that she was
seated neither with her mother
Sprays of garden flowers in
luster vases, the thinnest china
and shining silver decorated the
tables. . The anxiety of having
the luncheon served perfectly.
kept Mrs. Arrowsmith's mind oc
cupied with her waitresses, and
Byrd was sure she had noticed
The conversation centered up
on domestic and neighborhood ac
tivities, everything from a raw
vegetable diet for small children.
church suppers, bridge clubs, to
the Inevitable waitings oyer the
Two to Bandon
JEFFERSON, Ore., Dec. 22.
(Special) Mrs. Nancy Miller and
Mrs. Herbert Looney have gone to
Bandon to be at the bedside of
Mrs. Looney's sister, who Is ser
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Kelly are the
parents of a new baby girl.
- Mrs. A. J. Shumaker and Mrs.
George Lyons of Salem spent the
Week-end with their mother, Mrs.
Mr. and, Mrs. Leo Weddle are
having their house rerinlshed and
will soon be in their new home
south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Libby
f Eugene are at Miss Addie Llb
by's home and treating the house
to a coat of paint.
Mrs. Arrowsmith shushed
them with a self-conscious smile
every time "her Agnes" came in
to the room.
Mrs. Hamilton was in a rari
fled Jacksonville atmosphere, and
sat glowing like a tungsten bulb
with the satisfaction of knowing
mat there -were "solid" wives
and home makers still left In the
world. - .
Byrd noticed, with an inner
smile, that she was dispensing
recipes to her table of dignified
matrons while they were writing
them down avidly in their note.
The conversation formed a
close web which seemed to bind
her more securely in her little
prison. She was miles awar from
She had a feeling that Margy
would soon put the finishing
touches to her character. .
While they were standing
around, waiting. the tables to
be cleared for bridge. Mrs. Ar
rowsmith drew Byrd aside.
There are a few of us who
want to form a bridge club." she
said, quietly, so the rest couldn'
hear, "and once a month we'll
have a dinner party and bring
our husbands. We would love to
have you Join."
Byrd was flattered to be asked
into a group who hardly knew
her. And she knew her mother
would be pleased. She probably
had heard, for she was standing
directly behind them.
"I'd love to," said Byrd. sin
eerely, "but my husband doesn't
"We'll teach him," laughed
Mrs. Arrowsmith. "I've spoken
to some of the others, and they're
staying afterward for a little
while to arrange the first lunch
Byrd longed to ask Mrs. Ar
rowsmlth about Margyv Were
they friendly, and how long had
she known her, she wondered.
Byrd couldn't concentrate on
the game. A pall hung orer the
room. She made silly mistakes
that aggravated her partners,
managing always to lose the one
essential trick to making game.
The party was breaking up
Byrd looked up . Just in time to
see Mrs. Arrowsmith and Margy
in a low conversation In the bed
room, where they had left their
Byrd lingered at the door.
hardly knowing -whether to gp or
stay, but as her nottess approach
ed her. Byrd noticed a high spot
of color on each eheek. Byrd
murmured ner "I've had such a
delightful afternoon," speech and
started oat the door with heT
mother. Mrs.. Arrowsmith looked
uncertainly after her, but did not
As Byrd walked down the path.
she felt their roices like little
pebbles spattering dust behind
"I'm certainly glad that you've
Lmet the right kind of neighbors,"
Mrs. Hamilton was saying, em
phatically, as they got Into the
car, "and It was nice of them to
ask you to belong to the bridge
club. Now tell me, what was the
matter with that Duncan woman?"
Byrd made up a hasty explana
tion, saying that Margy was per
haps jealous that she was meeting
her friends without her help.
Byrd was driving into the ga.
rage when Mandy called her to
"Listen, old shoe." came Pat's
voice over the wire, a little
breathless as if she were holding
back some exciting news. "Jack
Duncan' throwing a party to-
nijtht at tbe Knickerbocker club!
and we're all Invited. India and
Eddie, you and me. I'm just dy
lng f6r a party!"
We can't go." said Byrd.
crisply. "I'll tell you why when
you come home."
But there's not an earthly
reason why we shouldn't," remon
siraiea rai. -uome on. put a
little air in your tires and be a
good sport." ,
Any party that Jack gives
right now will "be reported all
oyer town," said Byrd.
"Well, I'm going." said pat.
stubbornly. "Tell moms "
Tell her yourself," said Byrd.
crossly, hanging, up the receiver.
Pat lied glibly to her mother.
telling her that she was going to
a party given by one of her class
mates who lived way out In Chag
Dawn was breaking. The hori
zon was ' wreathed with smoky
wraiths of gauze shot through
with the first slanting rays of sal
mon from a blushing sun nod.
dine over the horizon.
; The slamming "of the door of.
an - automobile, and uncertain
footsteps making their way up the
walk, awoke Byrd. Now she
beard voices In the hall. She
must stop them before they
woke up her mother.
She crept to the top of th
stairs and looked down. There
stood Pat and Eddie.
They seemed to be locked to
gether in an embrace designed
not so much to show affection as
physical support, for Paf was
hanging from Eddie's weakening
shoulder with the limp look of
child, who, for lack of support,
must sooner or later let go, and
Eddie was slowly but! sureiy car
ing in under. Pat'a .light, but 'not
altogether, negligible weight.
Byrd almost slid down the bal
ustrade In her haste to reach them
before they slumped to the floor.
"What's the matter with you?'
asked Byrd, taking Pat by the
shouders and trying to turn heT
around. "Why, I do believe
you're both spiked!"
Byrd gasped as Pat staggered
away from her "and then tried
again, to take refuge In Eddie'sf
'I want to know one thing,
began Byrd, lowering her voice
Pat could always giggle. Now
she giggled hysterically.
'Well, don't you?" she asked
Byrd. still rJgglinr.
Eddie decided that ha should
resent Byrd's remarks. He tried
to pull himself together prepara
tory to making some denial of the
"How dare you Insult us?" he
asked, boldly as to tongue, but
uncertainly as to his feet.
'Oh. banana oil!" said Pat,
with disgust In her ayes, "to
think I erer fell for those curly
cheeks and wavy teeth and rosy
hair. O'wan home!"
Eddie gave her a wounded
look and walked stiffly but slight
ly biased to the right, toward the
door. With a lunge, he made
the steps and was down the
Bum voyage!" Pat called after
him. "Write to me. dearie, when
you get across!"
Please don't talk." begged
Ryrd, directing Pat's steps toward
the stairs. "If mother hears you.
sne'ii raise the roof."
Pat reached the bed and quick
ly sat down.
I thin' I ate somethln' that
didn't agree with me." she said.
I'm sorry I exer let you go,
said Byrd, severely.
There you go again, ol hole-
in-the-sock!" remarked Pat, "cry
in over spilled " Pat couldn't
end the sentence. Suddenly
grown very pale, she made a bee
line for the bathroom.
Later, after Byrd had gotten
her to bed, she said:
I can't tell whether It's my
head or my stomach, they're so
mixed on together!"
Byrd put a wet towel over her
"Please don't talk," urged Byrd.
"Shut np yourself", Pat piped
back, crossly. "I haven't said a
word!, Sha it was a gran party,
a gran litle party all right." said
Pat. "Jack was sore you didn't
come. He to' everybody abou'
you. said he waa crazy abou
yon. we sang songs
Here pat suited the word to
the action, and burst into her
high squeaky soprano.
"I'd like to marry, marry you-oo-oo-oo.
Jnst anybody won't.
won't do-o-o-o 7
Just then the door opened.
"Hero comes Henrietta" said
Pat, ending her song suddenly.
(TO BE CONTINUED)
Here is a sample of British hu
mor: an English newspaper says
that Great Britain must have the
biggest navy in the world In or
der to preserve the freedom of
the seas.' v -
ABM FOB TEST
IMPERIAL, Calif., Dec. 12.
(AP) Slowed by strong head
winds, tbe army transport mono-
Diane "Question Mark" landed at
the bounty airport here at 6 P- m
Friday on its transcontinental
flltrht from Washington to San
Officers said that the hop from
Midland. Texas, today had been
made without difficulty except
for bucking the head winds and
they will hop off across the coast
range for San Diego at daylight
tomorrow. The ship was refueled
at Tucson at 2 o'clock this after,
An emergency station,. with an
airplane for refueling in flight,
will be established here in con
nection with the try for an en
durance record for planes re
fueled In the air, Major Carl
Spatz, commander, said.
This will be used in the event
that the "Question Mark" la forc
ed inland at any time during its
flight over the loop course be
tween Santa Monica. New engines
will be installed In the plane at
Rockwell Field, San Diego, Major
LABISH CENTER. Ore., Dec
23 (Special) The Rev. H. R
Scheuerman will hold church ser
rices at the Labish Center school
house on Sunday morning. Imme
diately after Sunday school.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trachsel
hare had as their guests recently
Mrs. Trachsel's sister, Miss Mar.
ion Mi)ler of .Beaverton.
Mrs. W. H. Daugherty, who is
recuperating from her recent 111
ness. is spending a few days In
Portland, visiting relatives.
Recent guests at the W. H
Moss home were Mr. and Mrs. C
O. Flying and daughter of Tacoma
and Mrs. L. L. Johnson of Salem
Mr. and Mrs. Ell Rhodes left
recently for Chicago, where Mrs
Rhodes will receive medical treat.
ment from a specialist.
Will Give Play
On December 28
HOPMERE, Ore., Dec. 12.
(Special) The Hopmere literary
society will present a two hour
comedy December 28 at the Buena
Crest school house. The play "The
Innocent Desperado." promises to
be one of the best erer given at
The proceeds will be used in
buying chairs for the school.
Miss Marie Harold Is spending
the week In Corvallls, the guest of
Mrs. George Beckner, who has
been 111, Is reported as being
Mrs. Joseph Rothchild, of Port
land was a recent guest of her
two brothers, Albert and Homer
FLU NOT SERIOUS
MONMOUTH, Ore., Dec. 22.
(Special) Several Monmouth
families are confined to their re
spective homes with attacks of in
fluenza, but so far there hare
been no serious cases.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR
THE COST OF IMPROVING
FIR STREET FROM THE
SOUTH LINE OF BUSH
STREET TO THE NORTH
LINE OF MILLER STREET.
Notice Is hereby given that
the Common Council of the City
of Salem, Oregon, will, at
or about 7:10 p. m. on
the day of January 7th
1929, or at any subsequent meet
ing of the saidCouncll thereafter,
in the council" chamber of the
city hall of Salem, Oregon, pro.
ceed to assess upon and against
each lot or part thereof or parcel
of land liable therefore In its
proportionate share of the cost of
improring Fir street from the
south line of Bt-.sh street to the
north line of Miller street, In the
City of Salem,, Marion county,
All persons Interested in the
said assessment are hereby noti
fied to appear before the said
Council at said time and place and
present their objections, If any
they hare, to said assessment,
and apply to said Council to
equalize their proportionate share
of the same.
By order of the Common Coun
cil this 17th day of December,
Date of first publication, Decem
ber 21, 1928.
Date of final publication. De
cember 23, 1928, Dec. 21. 22, 23.
laaaW DoJIy Xacept Meaday by
&UttmMti PaWifhiaj Co
S15 lev. Commercial St.
- fietaber of tae
The Associated Presa to axeltrivaJy
tatitled to the ase for pablleatiea ot
II aw tfspatches credited to it or
et otherwise credited ia this peper
ad ! to the Weal sows pubUaaed
Pacific Ooaat Representatives :
Arthur W. Stypes, Ie, Security
Bldg.. Portland; gharoa Bldg.. Baa
Franeieco; 11 Wettora Paeifie
Bldg.. Los Angela.
For All Departmeata
Entered at the rst Office in Salens.
Oregon, as second class matter.
- atTBSCBIPTION BATES
Mali Subscription Batee, la Advance
Within Oreg-in; Daily and Sunday
1 Mo. 50 cents; 3 Mo. $1.25, 8 Mo.
12.25; 1 year 100. Elsewhere 50
cents per mo. or 5.00 1 year in ad
By Cty Carrier
50 cent aa month; $5.50 a year in
-Resting notices, per lise.. - 25e
(2 line minimum cnarge;
Classified Advertising, per line 10
Clasfcified Advertising, per Una
8 times 2c
Classified Advertising, per Use
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One month, dnily and Sunday
per line $100
(6 months contract)
5 line daily minimum per month, 4c
'10 reduction for minimum of 10
TWO HOUSES in Corvallia shewing
mtcrMEVO rtlt llnoome IW.ot a saooio. Araae 109
salem acra. - "
MmwwMo store; - building; m Joano towns
ARE TOTJ LOOKIN'O FOR A MONET ste-Miy income. Value $J0d clear trut
MAKINO PROPOSITION - tor Salem bouse, vacant lota, or acr4
rr sa 1 HAVE IT one of tlw .n . -
beat. If not the very beet grocery -drt-1 -0 ACRES fuel timber. Easy renceT
Icateaeen ana son arms prejiosmw" Salem. A bargain price. (
in Balem and maklnr money every SKE UB for tst bargain. All cla
day. Sales around $2500 per month. ot jel estate. We can make you mon-
Nice living- quarters, low rent. Will ey m exchanges. Just tell ua vhr
net better than 1$ per cent on your In- you want to o. .
veatmeotbesldes your living-. Just th w want listings anywhere. ,
place, for a man and wife who know KLL.1S BriOwW
the tmsfneaa. Present owner msael 4(3 State Street
enough out of thla to retire. You must I
nave conetderaoie caaji to nanaie ana 1 ntrbuna-alow
will not be disappointed when you In I $U00. For a very nice unow;
290 Nortti Church
rooms and nook, bath and good Jo
Tel 2830 "$23oO. .For- an attractive bungalow
y.;! 'rooms and nook, fireplace, garage
LEASE on service station for ale.ln? paying pd, 3(M. down.
Doing good buaineaa Inquire at once
If Interested, f airground road at North
tttha Kor & S room house, irepiacev
wood buuse, garage, paving pd. 50
isuaa Vnr new 4 room DUnaalOWtf
FOR RALE aeneraJ merrhandiw modern In every way and paving pd
tock. doing good bualnesa and mak-11300. down.
ing money, cneap rent, invotce adouti ev. rw new uvu
$10,000. This will bpar Investigation. I type home, modern in every way, pav
ing pu. :v. uunn.
i.nn t..vH ... k ........ 1 . a .AAn. m
and attic stairway. Modern paving- pal4
I3900. New room English type
home, modern In every way. paving pd
FOR SALE nice 6 mi. bungalow on I $5250 New English type home.
raved etrt-et at a bargain. Easy terms, (all oak floors, tile dralnboardgj
New paint outside and In and new! fine lot etc.. $:.00. down.
aper in every room. I $S0O. f ine room rngusn lypj
F. K WOOD
341 State Street
FOR SALE Real Estate
Why Pay More? .
FOR SALE 40 acre farm, 8 mi. out.
Excellent Knowing-. Priced right.
FOR SALE good newer house, 3
bedrooms. liKht. plumbing, tub. be-
KrtTir!li! fiW JlfiflRasMRVT POR ment. Paving, rood location, 2 lots.
tinner in everv
jum.n 11. stju;rr inome in s iuw miucuw u n
1189 Court Street Phone $22 $1000 down. Monthly payments .iucj
1 private loftTieS.
320 V. 8. Bunk Kutldin PUone 63X
$275 to $373 or 50x165 N. 17th strevtl phristmas SPECIALS
addition restrictions. (N, lith). 6 rqoM HOME on beautiful Fair
$400 to $725 for Laurel Park Addi- mount jUi built ins, fireplace, baee
tion Lots restrictions, (just west of ment fumae. garage, corner lot 5(t a
Hollywood.) ' 100 ft. A real BARGAIN for $1600
$200 to $300 ror rieasani nome ja- ., nart trma
dltJ?!?A1,ot-.?L13; 5Ue"r.w K Immediate possession of a choke t
iu jv y room cottage on center street, trmm
,ot.8iJ?'tw?tnPSfor STnd H?V . comer lot 50xl0 ft., both streell
$800 to $3300 for rairmount lots be- paved and waike in and paid, nut and
tween Leffelle and Vllson streets. frut tree,8 ln yar4 and parking. Prlc4
(highest building restrlcitions. ) $4000 with liberal terms.
l-NVEMJUAlt; ail surrounamg umy Re, crin In a 6 room Imma
and two choice lots, house has built
Ins, good plumbing, basement, furnacek
Fruit and nut trees, street paved ana
walks In. Price reduced to $2500 foff
I quick sale. House Is now vacant and,
immediate possession can oe naa.
1-or good buys In Homes smrj
LEO N. OH1LDS CO.. Realtors
120 State Street Phone 1721)
buys and then come in.
189 N. High Street '
Becke & Hendricks
" 1 --ij Trm I tx-yjyjal UU,1U11AJ I ,
THE COST OF IMPROVING J for SALETood lots and largr oak trees, needs some rpa
"E" STREET FROM THE house, on pavement, good location, Cor. tot ok tw, 111 00.
ROOM BUNGALOW, basement.
WEST LINE OF CHURCH TO IJSOt. $1000 for eou.ty. ,h l-S-.ipa
rUJis lHauiV 1W CW 9 laiui asva, 1 . ' - a) 1 Oft I
II VI 9 X OVV,
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STREET. RC. HOUADA1 ' """XSr
Notice is hereby giren that the 202 U. s. Bank Building Saieru Le-
LOTS IXTS LOTS 1175 to $35f-
lr,NTTi mrn "- n si 1 r f t Via sTStw r9 I
Salem. Oresron. will, at or about I LITTLE NEGLECTS NOW MEAN I $10. per month Interest If you araj
.30 P.m. on tUe 7tH aay OI Jan- rVT mi,Efrr Trt RUT A HOME m- have a lara-e llst'tu select from.
uary. 1929, or at any subsequent now I w. H. grabenhorst CO.
meeting of the said Council there, northeast balem bunoaiajw iz soutti lAoeny at.
, , . I of 4 rooms with a full built In kit-1 wwwwwswwww
alter. In the Council Chamber of I (.hen-firenince. hardwood floors, aaraare. I a r.D,u c
the city hall of Salem. Oregon, payed stiwt. ne" family of a home that Is out f the or,
proceed to assess upon and ajainst ,J8n Iniimsriuk?. ttnui? d,Drr ?n 'rmount H,,I..?wnp ndl
each lot or part thereof or ?arcfl owner it Built $ v ew that cinj
of land liatle therefor In Us pro- NORTH SALEM BUNGALOW J "bTei'cellegl 2 TfepWa Modern if
portionate share of the cost of ""' 7."",' '" ?verywajr. ThL" il"?
improTins "E" street from the in fite&nTn
west line of Church street to the I n'?r t'l rade and high 17$ South High tSreet
oo.f jMttt. l tYi scnoois. rnce aaaou on leran w iow
-v - v " I down and easy payments on the bat-
City of Salem, Marlon County, lance, think of it for $160. DOWN
. THINK Otr IT FOR Szov. DOWN V"" . . . .
Oresron I IOU CAN STEP INTO THIS COZY I "Vi T m e w . i. .iZ4
Oregon. r-rcm rw ttvtct a . ..4 part cultivated. S acres In a If a if av
All persons interested in the permit us to show you this one. "Ulf'1 of bu,,dln'"' m f?
r s i 1... ... for $4 00. Will exchange for eeuntr
fied to anoear before the said tnt nr. 1. t. r.u T..n store or filling station.
Council at said time and place (or high school, owner going to " .""iJa
and preset their objections, if fcfclK" AQUici sTlbTt f ii WtoaiigV tj
any they hare to said assessment, I see us now if you want a realiJ .abwt ."am aiu.
and aoDly to said Council to equal-1 but m a modest home. . vf, tn P"1 m eaiatp in
iiu myyij igHiu ynuuu. l" 'u". vbw vnnruciaT mr cu tittxt I room, all modern house except fire.
Ise their proportionate share of ....... ""'" place, has a large lot with double;
the same. Of rooms with a full cement base. walnut trees, street
n. A n "t. furnace, fireplace. hardwood -J ?Z D'oc"
Cil this 17th day Of December, I garage, paved street, price $S(0. YOU
laesV I PAT DOWN $300. AND TAKE POS-
MARK POULSEN. City Recorder. Room HOME. - 0 ' '
Date of first publication Decern- pairmount hill lot SACRIFICE
v.pr 21 19 IS I oiierea in ims spienaia corner
" I I1M IBflTlfefl Bf MAl TTwM.fr
Date Of final publication. De. age. fine shade trees. WILL SACRI.
cember 23. 1928. Dec. 21-22.23 KICE this choice BUILDING
SEE Thorn a son with
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1731
WOOD CHOPPERS NOTICE
ABOUT 2000 cords to be cut 4
miles due north of Yamhill. B Johr.
HA VIS several beautiful vlew W
SITE FOR $2250. Act NOW and see I In Ben Lomond Park. Must be awn
thla choice corner. I be appreciated.
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO., I One corner- lot on near north east
tteaitors isiae: near scnooi ana transportation.
Phone $16 I Owner must sell at a sacrifice.
wwmmma HAVE a client who' wants tn r.flJ
FROM STATE STREET TO r00
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR
THE COST OF IMPROVING 134 South Liberty Street
20$ North High Street
iifVB. axiuvtvx-. BEGIN THAT'S THE PRINCIPAL
Notice is hereby given that the .... thino get going
Common PonnHl of th Pitv nf "e Dunaing 101 near Due line
common council or ine Lity or and pared street, $10. down $10. per
osicui, uicguu, win si, vr svuui, 1 monin.
7:30 n. m.. on the 7th day of . 30- ot $0x100 located on Madison
January. 1929. or at any subse- per month w,eni "irm' flw- oown' "
quent meeting ot the said Council $60o. Lot SOxioo good view located
thereafter, in the council chamber 2? Via Srt,e,nr 8- ComJmCr.lal ACRE fruit tract, good five room
of the city hall of Salem. Oregon ItrT " 2' rlTz
proceed to assess upon and $1000. Beautiful acre located south ,- -, tii-ij-hi. u u ur -uTj
against each lot or part thereof or "n"th" uuwn 1W- T for sale i choice building lota
.......... - I (IlOnin. UIam In I. A A wt
narrial or land IlahlA thprornr in I iinnn .... .. ii:T". " " va
its proportionate share of the cost I ro.,.i
of improring TWENTY-FIFTH It J,
OTfa T7 t7 T. T7TJ jK O T. A r.Tn CimTI T.. TT. rr. I . .in . .
riKD otd tt" trf $ 1 2 85. F1 ve ner. inc. t-t -v . .,:PE-AUT.IFUL' HOME overlooking
v aa oaavaua. k, , mV i mhr lis Sr1 run acre n-p, cnicKen rancn.
of Salem, Marion County, Ore- pe?nthT i ' 1 BmMr Pa-mn- W. Owner.
gon. I $2000. 7'i acres part in timber old
All persons interested in , the ??,niW ,0r .H0. 5farJn ,rult
I J V IV. I A I V It fiPini'VUADm t Mi
lieu u ycai uciuio 1.110 oaiu - . - " ' J1' .vi..T 1 mc v-vf. am
iTonnclT at aaia tlmA and n In eel "
and present their objections, if
any they have, to said assessment .oti" exchanges
l$2BF,dVoewj;CrSl0S"oernmtor tf VVHl Vake lowHc fc-r caS
2000 F-ivS JJi m2,nth- be had separately If desired.
ncltyFMmeitfCorS SardeS road.8 --Pn J r call at $$ N. ltth.
Attractive Falrmount Hill Home
Built by owner
Phone 127 or 432 '
and apply to said Council to equal- UJod RiSa1fon. V?L?$V2, s?fS
lze their nronortionate share of $100. cash, balance 12s mnnthlv 1
6 ROOMS, atrlctlv mn. .
By owner. Duplex house.
46 A. farm all ln cult. Bldare. fruit
uuij evv, can) lerma
Same. lrirlni'"A2. "P to A. Waldo H His fa rm well .nu
By order of the Common Coun.lcash, balance to suit - ' proved bargain $10.000. clear, take res
ell this 17th day of December. ROOMS. ood a. new. .11 modern I aU. li, 7 . k,
1928. "SI" 'I" iH" '- comer, man $200 ISrVni
M. POULSEN. City Recorder. 6 ROOMS, " moderVlargVr.. "fSfrSSST ha,t
Date of first publication. De- 1 "chanl? ,n4f ?iL, 3.?;
cember 21. 1928. I0 mlTei ouV "f,!!0! PERRINE i MARSTERS
Date of final publication, De- not over $3! so. . " """"""I 211 Gray 'Building
cember 23, 1928. Fl ?kt son. ""
w " w "m. 1 ... M x. I new bunsalow, with basement, fur-
171 -mm . rvJR SALE inmce, oaa iioor u living reom, wired
b TP( MatinPPs. I ACRES, ell uncler plow, srocL I for od east front lot and gar-
CC CM. LAIICCd (modern -house, fenced v,V. ' t asre. $2300. Easv tor rnmjt .
e - ?SJf ,bn?.5,d Corvallis. Price r mnth. A good Investment.
Ti RaQ Pnnri mi nJ MF- i3600- win trade equity . p. 1 wood
1 O DC KsVniinUCU wrelear land or good hop lease $41 State Street "
Iy a. sjooa black aolL house ham I ,lliwMMrfwwMwwa
nf!' fenced, run-1 $4300. CA8H down." balance In 2S
Inlna V.i rTixi vLiJ " noea,niii. f ibh auvn. balance
wonnmmv ore nc 2 ijood wm trSSl m.00- MtK J?A.? H r w, handle
WOOUBUKS, Ore., Dec. Z-s I'f equity for deer oityltlful Willamette Valley farm 21
(Special) Business men of thelchlnery rr. TOme "loclc and ma-1 rromrtland on pa red hiBhwy. Good "
city decided to continue, the free tjTV'l"lT T, mZSZ uSFSZi ShcVhi.a '
farmer.' matinee on Saturday at- SL. SjJ lx
ternoon. duHng the ensuing year, ttto buch "'-
at a meeting here this week. The g?1 ;-X.m-rmA.r mo Eiian
meeting was eauea to order hy ataaonio Buildlna laTt, rrorecirta uTL S'iV.
H. P. Butterfleld. president ot). FOR SALE The beat ho,, i" "a?." f!!-. Eaay terma
v. .1. - v iirm tor ine monn IV : . I -
ine cusiuuci vi W1UIUC1C7.
Some of these .days we may
wake up. and wonder who put the
bun in the bull market. .
lem for the money. Nearilew JZ 129 IlortB Commercial - Phone lJBt
fVr.?cud ,M0 'tni Ulrich & Robert!
F. L wnnn
$41 State Street
GOOFEV MOV1 ES"
THE RlKJAu CEEU.
ET US SHtPT THE .
SCENJe TO THE HOME OF
S"WJEETm5AJ2T, ArVO '
OKIE PECSOfO THAT HE
HAQO TO SEE. .
SO FAR, HE MAS'
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CaayrlsM. Iff. ty Ceatral res ,
f MAY6E X HAVE. 8EEK) TOO SEMEfie( ( ( f IFHE CAUUS AQtAiKl.xtU Z)." MECQvT
J lAJtTH OClC 6V rJOr.-DAUKllOQ TO AT UgAST SAy, HtUX- 1 T Mf -stPKsTJhCAJI A5?
(!V. MUM tWHBs HE CALLED OVERTHe XT , -VV jLTHttRE ( J II U W f&, A iiZA
If you've. t9EEN A GOOO - ITS ; WVAJWV-TH15 C A iVABQvAQf LlCEMSE. ' -OONT QO STILL PEUEVe V t ACf Q f AT UAST XVjE J -Jl
WTTVE tSlRL ALU-VEAtt, VPOR MET 1 FOft JACK SPCATT TO MAOflY FtOSUE 1 ( IN4 SiNJTACT CuAvW? V VTT - lL FOOWO MY VwTN
0t OP THB;
AN0 GET SOUR '
MtM 0ECSHI PCdJ?D,
FCES MAJLA V
t. , A,-ZiA -N K ON SALE .
f?jE-t0 ACRE farm equipped for
Salem Property: the farm na first
eiaae modern Improvementa, beat of
J J,9 cr" cultivated, 19 acres pas.
ture with running stream of waer f
V-. xjron Buudlng Pbone 7ST
LAKE LART&tr r
--(SpeciaD-W., Howard iu" evwbuSl1? !th n.H--mod-of
Ramp's Corner, who w. iJ: fe-'OTA:-,H?--
bileT Wednesday, continue.' to t. ..2
Sf Urott? th bearer dam " 7
S5S5l h n!7tmJl,Jjr His .WANTEIMo buy fo. cash. te
hands were badly, burned aa he M. farm northir east! "
extrteated Wmselt "from lh, tout o'u'fSr .
loot bote into which be had fall , ?itSS8Ttre?t - r
- wu ma parents hi
Hg l-a student at o. s o r
r: d Mrs.. IL Wl w-.. - """" .--.-. wi.-
son Donnle are HnaaM ICH ANfTRZrrrrrfvTrrr-
lbA. T.u. V.T w atrivei JUSUIlv
I vu-uu aus j angary j.
jnortda srowera r shipping
J11"" aorth and , getting
? 'rt . for them. Now
vook out for another land boom.
DaTrn5 B,lc two room house aa
payment on a larger houaa.
' '41 8tate ELraat ' .
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yard. al, . k.,-i"" m-