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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Thursday Morning, Jannary 9, 1930
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cation for classification. Copy r
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under the blading Too l-ito to
LADT 18. Very neat and good ap
pearance, with ly. wishes work as
housekeeper. Good cook. TeL 6704,
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WANTED Housework. Florenza
P.iUcca B, 1, Salem. Phone, Amity
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COMPETENT nurse wishes employ
ment, Day or night calls. Phone
WAKTEP Hour work. Tel. 12S1J.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
SAtJCtf Scavenser Ber-eaicr!
WE haTe an accumulation of traded
et typewriters and adders ranging
In prices from $3 to $40. Many are
In very good condition, and would
make splendid Christmas girts. Also
new portables. Typewriter Exchange,
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FOR SALE All kinds of wood.
For apples call 58F14.
' FOR SALE 312 road plank. $15.
00 per thousand. Hollywood Lumber
VifVuaafin ii . ii-i i ----
m.VRTt nia.no to be sold at Salem.
B ;iutiful bungalow size like new. Will
ac pt your old piano or phonograph
part payment, balance terms to suit.
A'ldress Factory piano warehouse, 916
Pacific are., Taeoma, Wasii.
Si:uill down Payment.
Terms to Suit.
Tel. 2 S 11 J
riin?ii on Kadios. phonoeraphs. or fur.
r.lt ire. H. I.. Stiff Furniture Company.
Furniture wanted, any kind. See
IT.. me Furniture Co., 363 Court St.
M A VTV r Tm.-nltlir. oH lHnri.i
Cill Home Furniture Co . 363 Court
k t" 4. ' I
FORDSON TRACTOR Disc 2-11"
-Uottom plow for snl". PhoneJ34:
FOR RENT ROOMS
Heated lisekpg. room. 432 Marlon.
FOR RENT Desirable sleeping
rooms. Heat and hot water. Garage
if wanted. Phone
ROOM and BOAReT
BOARD and room, single and dou-
M room. Twin beds. Also garage.
References. 332 N. Church.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
STRICTLY modern 8 roor
apt., $30.00. 13 80 Center.
Aoartments $16 and $17. Damon
Grocery, 899 N. Com l.
WE have a 2 room apt which will
provide every convenience at a reas
onable cost to you.
Furnished 3 room apt. electro-Kold,
electric ranges, overstuffed lurniture
and garages. Rates reasonable. 879
No. Liberty Street TeL 2678.
R. close In furnished apt Ground
floor. Garage. 864 Mill.
IBSlK.lBbls 3 room iumisiiea apt.,
heat bath, garage, close In. Inquire
ATTRACTIVE apt 210 N. 14th
5 ROOM furnished apt. Private
bnth. furnace heat $45 Court Phone
NICE furnished first
Heat bath, 690 Union.
3 ROOM apt 124 8 Cliemeketa.
FOR RENT HOUSES"
FOR RENT Houses funished and
F. L. WOOD
34 L State Street
tr. inij.r -L-inj-u-LTu-Ln .............
HOUSE for rent or lease. 67$ N.
NEW $ room house. 2 mfles east of
Salem. John A. Hain. r
NICR small house. 696 N. Cottage.
12 R. basement, furnace. 2 bath R.,
.lnnhio imraee. S30.00.
5 IL Newly finished, hardwood floors,
firenlace. furnace, full basement.
2 bed R., $26.00.
5 R. partly furnished. $2.00.
r. I? -.laatoroaf hrrune hath. 818.00.
3 R. apt, all on ground floor, $22.60.
Private money to man ihsui-jh.
S20 U. S. Bank Bidg. Phone .637.
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FOR RENT Houses, bungalows,
cotsaaes. apts.. $12. $14, $15, $20 and
p'i FURNISHED HOUSES
$22.50 at 840 S. 21--, 6 R.
$22.59 at 840 S. 21st, 5 R
s nvntn. N Salem 132.50.
A modern 10 R. near State house,
.n,.in- hAiiv ss rooms down town
district If you want to rent the beat
for your money e.r,
i IXUI3 BECHTEL or
11 State. Street Room 4.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
s-rtn k at.v To eprtie an elate, a I
priced t sell quick. See L. E. ifT
ler. at Statesman office or ITle N.
in a nf -fin land, cood buildings.
.it-r -in-.Ml .n-l eaulDOed. 10 milch
cows. 200 chick ens, tf turkeys, feed
and seed. or waim c-m-s w m--
- ,.w'm 4 1 1 n - e-u-v terma
f iM ACRES, new 4 room house, 70
bearing fruit trees, close In, will trade
for pouee In town.
Rich L Reimann
it9 N. High St. Phnaa W5.
WE have a Summer street noma for
ale. 5 rooms of convenient nrr-in-se-nH
lar-re corner lot,
suitable for another wuse. This U
priced low at $5000. Win accept lot
as pan: payment.
SEE Mrs. Ellis with
-.-- xt f-uir.TYS r"A TtMltarS)
State Street Phone 1TZ7.
large lot, With fruit Iraes.
$2500. 4 room bungalow with nook.
use. oak floor. $10 down.
$3200. 4.roombungaiow war noos.
,5750. 6 room b-.war'
" mdrn to txerr WV-
14200. 5 room English typihonie. saod-
in every way. This is a real
buy and good terms.
13008 to loan at 7 V4.
a rr m sank Bidg. Phono $87,
I II llll fUUll "' ' ' "
m ha. BM Et Pbom 8243.
A rellabto Salem realtor Jn city
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
NEW 5 room -modern bouse. East
front, furnace, st Improvements paid.
Small payment. Terms. 2225 Ji.
54 A. farm 8 miles from Salem,
bldgs.. fruit, timber, creek, paved road.
14600, easy terms takes residence.
2 A. home on Pacific highway, good
bldgs., $3500, good terms.
160 A. dairy farm, stock and tools.
16500 take filling station.
9 A. farm near Salem, good loca
tion. $4500, easy terms.
Look over our bargain list.
212 Gray Bids.
178 A. farm about 9 miles from
Salem, 8 a. timber. 10 a. young cher
ries, springs, remainder in cultlva-tion,-yours
for $60 an acre. Good
rm. house and acres in Falls
City, no incumbrance, price $1800:
want Salem home and will assume
VTKNIE PKTTYJOITN'. Realtor
175 South High Street
A contractor will accept clear lots
as down payment on a neat 4 room
house in Engiewood district. irge
lot with beautiful shade trees. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Price 83,-
750. Call for appointment.
SEE Mrs. Ellis witn
i p-n -v f!HiiJ)S CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 11ZJ.
A VERY beautiful 5 room strictly
modern home worth $3800 and can use
good securities in payment
A venr deli-htful home, strictly
modern and especially well built; price
$1750 and you can use a coupie vi
vacant Salem lots.
We have 10 acres near saiem wii:i
a verv nice nouse. oaru, (luui.,
water" works, near school; price $6,
500 and want Salem nome.
209-210 IT. S. Rank Lidg. Phone 140.
LET YOUR RENT RECEIPTS
BUT YOUR HOME
$3200. Very easy terms, buys a fine
6 room house, fronts north, beau
tiful corner lot with lots of shrub
lery. both streets paved and paid
for, beautiful fireplace and decor
ated lust like new. right near the
St. Vincent e Paul Parochial
$DC0O. Small pavment down, bal
ance like rent, buys a new 4 room
house, well 'located, on North
ISth street, 2 farse bedrooms,
finished stairway to attic, full
basement, fireplace, oak floors,
furnace, and well located for
m schools and bus line,
$2900. Small payment down, bal
ance easy terms, buys a nearly
new, modern 4 room house lo
cated North near Capitol, oak
floors, dutch kitchen, fireplace
and furnace, laundry trays. Own
er has put the price down to sell.
J3S75. ery easy terms Duys a new
English style 5 room house lo-
caieu on iorni x i m ot.v-fc ...
fine new residential district. This
house is strictly modern and
should be seen to be appreciated.
See L A. McAllister with
W. IL GRABENIIORST & CO.
124 South Liberty Street
Office Phone 515 Res. Phone 619M.
Wanted - Suburban
Home Close in.
Must haye:good sized
In exchange for
8 room Salem Home
Address Box 39
Care of S talesman.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
tpor RAT,K or trade for Improved
property, 9 lot In Xocth Salem, 8762
A 1? acre tract close to city lim
its, no bldgs., nd two small resident
.1 t.k W U
rcbane. for a new modera rest-
dence in Salem of equal slue, or will
take 20 to 40 acre tract witrun a iew
nines oi rKiieiii. . .1
. "".'Vi"" r.T.'
A fins hnma In K Irprtnn An KJtnt
nm witn z acres ot .ana .ue
I ovv. uwuci iiicr c.-v-nvii v
I farm near Salem. Will pay or assume
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Keaitors
320 State Street Phone nil.
TO TRADE Mv S1250. eauity in
a $3200 bungalow. 6 ft., basement fur-
n.ce fationa.rv laundry trays, garage.
for a smaller house, or a garago house
what have you 7 skk my agents
LOUIS BECHTEL or
341 Stnte Street Room 4.
INSTALLMENT ACREAGE BUYS
tr.O down and $20 ner month
buys 2 acres best of soil, 3 room
house, well, gravel roao, ciose in.
an opportunity to secure that sub
urban acreage at a right price
and terms which you can han
dle. Price $2000.
$25. down and $10 per month
will buy 5 acres east of Salem,
gravel road, best of berry soil,
$25. down and $10 per month
will handle 6 acres close to school
on paved highway, all cultivated.
$200. down, balance ?25 per
month to Include interest at $H
will handle 5 acres located on
good graveled road, close to pave
ment and close to Salem. New
house, good drilled well. A bar
$100. down and balance $20 per
month will buy 20 acres of first
class walnut and filbert son, lo
cated near the Skyline orchard
south of Salem. All cultivated.
Price $2500. Interest $.
$25. down and $10. per "month
will handle 2H acres located on
the Garden road, close in. best
of soil, good drainage, north
frontage. A bargain at $1000. In
$25. down and $10. per month
will handle ZVt acres located Bear
the Fairgrounds. Price $875. In
121)0. down, balance 825.
month will buy 2 acres with a
new 3 room plastered house, gar
age, and woodshed, good drilled
well, sightly located close In,
graveled street, near Pacific high
way, demands a good view. Just
the home you have beea think tag
of buying. Let us show yon this1
"wK GRABENHORST CO.
134 South Liberty Street
19 A., almost finished celled it
house. A good Mnvracs wu. P""'
ty of fruit running water, good pas-1 m Roadster
ture, timber, good road. 7 ml oaLlj9.7 Roadster
R. A. FORKNER
320 IT. & Bank BMft. PhoM 67.
A. J9Z TO S1Z3V. itnna
MILES EAST OF HOLLYWOOD
THEATRE 4 R. house, concrete eel
I fte- mii Terms 31000 cash :
I see this.
1 . .A5iIfV Ri-m
Vt utnl R. nlas -
tJX iffirPS Hut
ftne creek, some timber. Price I88S0.
$1000. down, balance easy mrsaa.
40 A 7 mites of Salem : offer lease
8300 tier rear, tenants must be able
to buy personal property on place.
I R. bom for rent. $9.0 per
One for fis ana
-a 11 R. modera
a targe family, dose in and only
00 per rnomh.
184 South Commercial
FARM BARGAIN !
S3 ACRES. 60 in cultivation, bal
ance timber pasture, a lot of cord
wood, 4 acres of cherries, 4 acres
young walnuts, fair house, old out
buildings, on good road ana man
route, 9 miles from Salem. This is a
splendid place for cows, chickens and
. te?AA TI'll 1 1 1.-.. n!a. i-
residence In Salem for equity of 82.-
WANTED REAL ESTATE
A client from Canada wants a good
well improved farm, stocked and
equipped, of 80 to 150 acres on good
road ; wnat nave you 7
AMITY REALTY COMPANY !
J. P. ALLISON
MONEY TO LOAN j
$1000. to $3000 to loan.
J. M. Page.
ON FARMS AND CITT REAL ES
TATE. LOWEST INTEREST RATES.
BERT T. rVKO
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDO.
CITT AND TRACT LOANS
Reasonable Rates No Delay
STATU SAVINGS AND LOAXf
T03-S First National Bunk Bids.
Phone 4&7 Waiesn. Oregon
I HAVE THE MONEY
TO loan on your home to build,
Improve or refinance. Plana are so
varied, some one or mem win meet
your requirements. Low rates, ton,
Pay off any time also loans on apt.
houses and bsslness property.
F. G. DELANO
290 W. Church Phone 2830.
MaIjE on furniture, cars, salaries
or other good security. Repayable
montldy. When in financial need cee
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank Bidg. Phone 1 200
CITT AN L) FARM loans at lowext
rates. Best terms obtainable. Our
Insurance deparf3cnt offers you ex
pert bd vice and service In all lines.
HAWKINS ROBERTS (Inc.)
TeL 1427 205 Oregon Bidg.
LOANS on real estate. Let me ex
plain our loans to you. P. IL Bell. 219
U. S. Bank Bidg.
MONFY LOANE1 ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce your payment
You keep the car.
P. A. EtKlST
Cor. Liberty St and Ferry
Phone 121 Saiem. Ore.
Private Money to Loan
PARM LOANS Plenty of money
to loan on god farm security. City
Loans yt are loaning Prudential In
surance company money on ciiy resi-
rince. and mis ness oroDeriv
per rent plus a commission. Hawkins
tk Roberta. 205 Oregon BciidlitS.
FEDERAL farm loans. F. I Wood.
341 State Street.
To men and women steadily em
ployed ON YOUR PLAIN NOTE
Lowest rates easiest payments.
Loans - aleo made on Indorsed
notes, furniture, pianos and oth
er personal property.
$0 MONTHS TO PAY
All transactions strictly confd.
' STATE LOAN CO.
212 Oregon Bidg.
Second floor, corner State 4V High.
Oflce hours ID a. m. tai:30 p. D.
Licensed by state.
WANTED Private mon for farm
loam. V7e have several applications
on hand. Hawkins tuprt. inc.
I $05 Oregon Blrt&
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
FRESH and springer cows for sale
or trade. Red barn at N. ComX and
Columbia. Terms tf desired.
JEL&on bkos m ak i
?v? . . 'fm
TvvTTtvnT .-. Tl,l
o nv tim Ralem Ponltrv
S. Illeh si phon 2 90 Nliht
1 , -----
Mnnw to loan on livestock, or can
help finance the bftylng of cows. In
milre at 314 TJ. S. National Banjcjjldg.
FOR SALE WOOD
DRY fir and oak wood, coal and
fuel oil. Call on us for prices. We
give yood measure, good quality and
good service. . .
LARMER TRANSFER A STORAGE
Tel. 12. Salem vue CO- i raoe
I -uxrxn.r.-j-Lru i 1-- ' ---- m --
the best wood In the city for the
money at Tracy"s Fuel Tard. Prompt
delivery. Pnone z&.
GOOD wood ror aale. Phon
WE have I wood on hand all the
time. Prompt delivery. 249 S. lZ-n.
Cobbe Mitchell Co., phone 813.
FIRST class dry old fir slab, sec
ond growth and old fir cord wood.
I Screened hog fuel and prompt deliv
ery. Phone 1542.
280 South Church r
DRY 16-!n. old fir. 4 ft. fir. oak and
nsh. Cord measure. C. U. Harbaugn,
838 Highland ave.. phone 199.
16" old fir. $7.50 pe
26F3?. Four Corners Oa
LOST and FOUND
T.ORT Delta Phi fraternity pin
hCall 1009or 265TJ Reward.
fcYirrvn Ttinr initials tnsid.
Owner call at Statesman. Identify
same and Day for ad.
tout is 1pw.1 Elcrin. Ladles
wrist watch. Reward. Flossie NageL
T J-ST Brown bill fold. . contains
personal papers and money Kewaro.
L. M. AVMSKUA.i
Senator Hotel or T
FOR SALE USED CARS
Valley Motor Company
Used Cars '
Buy With Safety
IMS License FREE on all cars sold
a VaJIaI a 'a n from.
1928 Fordor Sedan
1926 Tudor Sedan
1 1 5.00
Valley Motor Co
Center at Liberty Phone ljis
I 1939 Nash Advance Sedaa
.ll928 Nash Standard Coach ?.
!? Nash light lx. Sedan 450.o
UZ Kasn Advanced oeoan
7. i S.J
1J5 Hudson Coach !!
1936 Oakland -Coupe
1914 Hudson Coach
1926 Overland Coach
1925 Star uoupe
1925 Star Roadster
r'om In and look these car OVOT
w are sure to please you. We also
4. - truc -
P. W. Pettyjohn to.
FOR SALE USED CARS
If ou are looking:
used car, see Dave
tal Motors Co. He will trade cars with
you and Save You Money.
Pinal Closing Out Sale
of Used Cars
A few of our choice bargains:
1529 Pontlac 4-door sedan, fully
equipped, used a short time as
a demonstrator $725.
1928 Pontlac 4-door sedan, fully
equipped, nice condition 600.
1137 Pontlac 4-door Sedan, splen
did condition - - -
192$ Pontlac 2-door Sedan, fully
equipped. A dandy - 125.
1928 Chevrolet Coupe, like new 39S.
Fords, Buicks, Nasn s ana otne
$20 and up
Tviolr thesa cars over and compare
them with anything In the state for
They Must Be Sola
This Is your chance to get a nice
car for less money than you ever
dreamed of. Terms can bo arranged.
F. G. DELANO
Assignee of Vlck Bros.
High Street at Trade
Cars to Select
RTIOT AT EVERY TTSED CAR CO.
IN -SALEM. THEN MAKE US A VIS
IT WRF.RR PRICES ARE LESS. OUR
TERMS ARE FROM 12 TO $3.00 PER
MONTH LESS. Vt YEAR LICENSE
FURNISHED WHERE ISO TIUUC
1928 Chevrolet Landau Sedan 675
19i6 Chevrolet Couoe 236
1925 Ford Coupe 150
1928 Bulck Standard Coupe $87$
1921 Bulck Standard SDt Road
ItlT Ri licit Standard CouDe 725
193$ Buick Standard Sedan 8S
192$ Buick Master touring 350
19?l Bulck roadster, class en
closure - 895
1927 Chrysler Sedan (0 Model 685
1928 Chrysler 62 Coupe 550
1926 Chrvsler 53 Sedan . 425
1928 Dodge Roadster 275
1924 Dodge touring 195
1922 Dodge touring 90
1928 Essex. Coach, 18,000 miles - 375
192C Essex coach 250
1124 Ford fordor overhauled 185
1924 Jewett Coupe, refinished 190
1926 Nash Standard Coupe 425
1925 Oakland touring 235
1927 Oakland Sedan . 685
1928 Pontlac Coupe 576
1927 Pontlac Coupe 88o
192T Oldsmobile Landau Sedan 425
1927 Oldsmoblle Coach 350
1924 Rollin Coupe 135
1927 Star 6 Coupe 300
1927 Star 4 Sedan . 375
1924 Studebaker light 6 Coupe 225
1915 Willys Knight Sedan 350
1924 Willys Knight Coupe sedan- 800
1924 Willys Knight Touring 200
1929 Pontlac Sedan . $0
Used Car Center
CONSOLIDATED BT VALLEY MO
TOR CO.. W. L ANDERSON INC..
OTTO J. WILSON.
Marlon A Liberty Phone 1027,
LnruTjLTu-iQjMiru-ii.-i-.-i- - -- -- -- -- - --
Buy Used Cars
( Where Your Dollars
Have More Cents
1928 I.ate series Hudson Standard
sedan, refinished, reconditioned
tim inr service and cruar-
antee : $10$0
1926 Type Hudson 6 pass, custom
sedan new tires and paint
will have to be seen to be ap
1928 Late series Whippet Six
Convertihie coupe nntsn use
new. New car service, run less
than. 10.000 miles
182$ Bulck 6 pass, four door stan
dard sedan tnorougniy over
hauled new paint and tires
1928 Essex Coach reconditioned
new paint and ttres, new car
service and guarantee
1926 Dodge Special leather up
holstered four door sedan
new paint motor overhauled-
1924 Hudson T passcustom built
sedan. New paint, oversize
ply tires A 1 mechanically
1925 Hudson Coach new paint
and tires mechanically perfect
1924, Hudson Coach new paint
and tires !
1936 Essex Coach disc Wheels,
new pamt and tires recondi
1923 Hudson 7 pass touring
1928 Essex 6 Touring
1915 Ford eoupe ..
19!3 Ford Touring ;
Trades and your own terms wiuun
State Motors, Inc. ,
Hudaqn-Hssex and Packard
Corner Chemeketa ft High Phone ltOft
McKay's Used Car
Dept. Offers You
fa tm-sed transportation. Call at
nor lot on North High street acroea
from stage terminal and look thena
over. Also 419 no. com'L Bt
'M-Ct-iv. Landau t In tan
thro out 85S8.88
JS-Chev. Coach, fully eqilpt - 4IL99
ZS-overiana seaan Kexluced
to , 111.14
'Ss-Ford Coune- K-flniai-Nl na
'Ss-Ford Touring (looks
1-C9Mr. (Mine in first claaa
2 7 -Che v. Coupe overhauled
14-Ford Roadster with rox
talL In fine condition thro
S8-Chev. Roadster .. . J48.lt
'Xl-Star Touring with glass ea-
etosmre, mechanically u. Z7a.tt
'2t-Chev. Standard Sedan I4l.ll
4It N. Com'L and No. High, Barxt t
FOR SALE Maxwell truck, good
bed, pneumatic tires. Cheap tf takea
at once, i-none iok.
M1 i M rfMi
1923 Bulck Sedan for sale or wlB
trade for light car. TeL ZttlU.
CASO fjald Cor rords Clker Aatax
tJSh-D cars booght sold, and es
caanged. STAT ; -iyxOi-S.
FOR SALE USED CARS
for a good buy In a
Smith at The Capi
F. N. Woodry
It Trr. Salem's hadmg Auctioneer
and Furniture Dealer
Residence and Store
1(10 N. Summer St
COL. A. L. STEVENSON auc
tloneer, 28 years' experience in the
Willamette valley, tor dates or ar
rangements phono or write. A. L.
Stevenson, Corvalus, Oregon.
R. V. mrton National Batteries
8tarter and generator work. 202
LI.OYD E. RAMSDEN-Columbia
Bicycles and repairing. 287 Con rt.
Dr. O. L. SCOTT. PSC. Chiropractor.
256 N. High. TeL 87. Re. 2104-J. .
DR3. SCOFIELD, Palmer Chiro
practors. X-Ray and N. C M. New
MASSEUR and magnetic treatments
for all ailments. No more gas pains.
Phone 2079W. 330 N. High.
Centir St Valeteria. tel. 2227.
SUITS cleaned and pressed $1. VAR
LEY CLEANERS. 193 N. Com'L over
FOR costumes call Salem CoH
N. 6th. Tel. 1947J.
HALIK ELECTRIC CO. 411 North
Front st. Tel. No. 8.
FLOWERS FOR ALL occasions
OI sen's. Court A High St. Tel. 80L
CUT Flower a
Flowers, wedding bouquets
wreaxhs, decora tiona C F.
pt floruit 512 State Street
w !. tAMtrrThJ 1NSUKAISC I
-.u .!. - v. -
West Coaat Life Insurance Co
SOS First National Bank Bclldlnc
TeL 970. H. J. Harder. Dlst Mgr.
BECKE A IIENDR1CK8
189 N. Hlgn TeL 111
! WARREN F. POWERS
Life and General Insuranoa
St 9 V. a Bank Biag.
Telephone 25 SIS & High
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRY
The Laundry or Pure Materials"
Teientwno i6 1784 Hmnnwm
Capital City Beddins Co.. 8030 North
Capitol. Called for and delivered. All
work 'guaranteed. Tel 19
j MUSIC STORES
FOB RENT New Pianoa, .H. L
Stiff Furniture Company.
nrn n wrn n.nni Plum
graphs, sewing machine-, abeet muafe
ana piano atuaies. nepainng pnouo.
gr pne n sewing) i u.wu t r 7
PHONB GLENN Adams far bouse
decorating, paperhanglng. Unttng. etc
PLUMBING and general repair
FOR STATIONERY, cards. D-XB-
phletm programs, books or any kind
or DrtnuoR. call at ts eiueasnaai
Printing Department 115 a Ctommer-
riHi n ei
FOR erv nnrnosa. for every Durse
All standard sizes of Radio Tubes
EOFF KCTBUAL 8-1UP. X3t -OUTT
St. Tot. 4Sg
Alvin B. Stewart, v-nbreUa, cutlery
and key atora aharpenlng and light
repatrmg, in court. ie sataj.
KTsLVB vour roofing difficulties
with Pioneer Tosemlte rock surfaced
shingles. Carlton Pioneer Roofing Co.
170 w. JTont. xeu ssr.
viuv-a ana store iwssurntB. bw
for.aala, rebuCt u4 mmln.
hooka Salem Fence and Stove Work
283 Chemeketa street.
d. H. mostticti Tailor for
4T4 Court Bt
C-PFTAL CltT XtUer CJo. 3
atmtm. at I'm a EM-tl lu-tlaa.
wardtng and aterag ear aec-Uw. Oei
our rates :
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F. a DELANO
294) N. Ctaarcta
& M. EA&LE
224 N. High St.
HOMER D. FOSTER
179 Stmt St.
W. H. GRABENHORST CO.
124 8. Liberty St TeL $11
GERTRUDB J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cottage TeL 11SS.J
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441 Stat. St
IX THE COUNTY COrRT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR
THE COUNTY OF MARION.
In the Matter of the Guardian
ship of GEORGINA SCOTT. An
Incompetent Person. ORDER TO
SHOW CAUSE ON PETITION
FOR SALE OP REAL ESTATE.
Now on this 8th day of Janu
ary, 1930, comes Ladd & Bush
Trust Company, as Guardian of
the Estate of the above named
Georgina Scott, an Incompetent
Person, and petitions the Court
for an order and license to sell the
real property belonging to the
est at of said incompetent per
son, which real property is de
scribed as foliows, to-wit:
Lot 2 in Block 2 of Friekeys
Addition to the City of Salem.
Marion County, Oregon; and it
satisfactorily appearing to the
Court from said petition that it
is necessary and would be benefi-
ciai to buiu waiu aim ntri tsiaic
-1-1 . 1 J . .1 ,J 1 . H i n
that said real property be sold ana
that the- same should be sold at
private sale; that said ward does
ndt havo any lineal descendants
and none or her next of kin reside
within tha RtatA nf Oregon and
neither the present place of resi
dence nor present pestoffice ad
dress nor the names of any of
said ward's next of kin are known
or can, after reasonable diligence
IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDER
ED AND DIRECTED that the
next of kin of said incompetent
.11 n-cn- t.r.l.il
.v. 0 "'
in ner eai-ie apyear uriuio hud
Court at the Court House in Sa-
ir..t r .
ui, .uu .uu.w.
iuo auur ui leu u cioca a. .11. uu
Monday, the 10th day of Febru-
ary, 1930, to Show cause, if any
exist, wny a license snout- not u
granted for the sale of said real
property at private sale, and
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
AND DIRECTED that this order
be served Upon the next Of kin Of
said ward and all persons Inter-
eoica in uer eswio u yuouiaiiuu
thereof Once a week for three SUC-
eessiva week! In the Oregon
1 ,.,- newHTJanpr rinted
I st eSm.V ? . 11
and published la the City Of Sa-
lm MiHnn rVmnrv Hnrnn !,
first publication to he on January
t n arvntrmm ....
y - TViri .r?
I VAV. KM. , BUVIUVJ
i lor KU-rui-n. Saieui, ureitua.
Date of first publication: Jan
nary 9, 1930.
Date of last publication: Janu
ary SO, 1930. J. 9-16-23-30.
ESTATE OP WTJfWOOD ROBINS.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IX
THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OP OREGON FOR THE
COUNTY OP MARION.
Notice is hereby given that the
undarsiraed has hean annotated
administrator of the estate of
winwooa. KODins, deceased, by
the County Court of the State of
t " '
-cb, iwt i- uu
Daa onaiined. All persons navmg
I claims arafnxf an Id cstata ara
hereby notified to present the
ma I nlv va rfflAil ma Tiv law
quirea, to me nnaersignea ai o-a
N. 19th street, Salem, Oregon,!
within six months from the date
Dated and first published Jan
aary 9, 1930
T ..i -..-lln.tl.
February , 1920
fPUTTDUlW AYTt A - I t &
I "u-iii-ii j, buiuiuhu
I tor of the Estate of Wlnwood Rob-
i in8 Deceased,
Henry !, Lyons, Attorney. Port
land, Oregon. J. 9-16-23-30 F. 6.
EXECUTRIX' NOTICE OF
Notice la hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon tor the
mnntv nf Marlon Avocntrlv nf
I the last will and testament and
estate of Evaune Baker, deceased,
and that she has duly qualified as
such executrix; all persons hav-
tng claims against the estate of
said decedent are hereby notified
to present the same, dnly Verified.
In m at th nfflea nf HAnaM f?
Glover, my attorney, 203 Oregon
Building. Salem, Oregon, within
six months from the date of this
Datad at SalesrL Orearnn. this
9th day f January, 1950.
IV A ASHBY- executrix of tha
laat -rill an I laatamant an1 -otata
"... s o.-v
I of Evaline Baker, Deceased
RONALD C. OLOVER, Attor
ney for Exeeatrtx. Salem, Oregon.
r. t-i-2s-so r. c.
Notice la hereby given that I
have Impounded the following de-
Jcribed dOfS in COmplUnee With
Orlnance No. 1494. to-wit: Ob8
-t.-a. tt -.)- ri.
black water spaniel, female. One
- js i tbiiow ana wane come uux, wuu
AU I bobtail, male. The above described
I dogs will be killed If not redeemed
I 9v wners on or before January
11, 1930, as provided in tald Ord
inance. W. S. LOW,
Dated Jannar T, 1930.
J 8. 9. 10. II. 1Z.
NOTICS OF-FTVAI. EffaTlXB
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has tiled in the
Connty Court of the State of Ore-
i . , A . at It-elf aa
I o, ior ioe.ouni.y si f
I her amy verified nnai Accuaai
as executrix of the last will and
testament and estate' of E. J.
SwatforrL deceased, and that said
Court baa fixed Tuesday, the litn
'day of January, 1930, at the hour
of ten o'clock A. IL of id day.
at the time, and the Connty Court
Room la the Connty Court House.
at Salem. In Marlon Connty, Ore-
gon, as the place for hearing said
final account and all objections
Dated, at Salem. Oregon, this
12th day of December, 1929.
. CLARA M. SW AFFORD,
Executrix of the last will and tes
tament and estate of E. J.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for executrix,
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTI47E OF
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon for the County
of Marion, as administrator of the
estate of Margaret Bogynska, de
ceased, and that he has duly qual
ified as such administrator; 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. Glover, my attorney,
202 Oregon Building, Salem, Mar
ion County, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this no
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
12th day of December, 1929.
D. A. LARMER,
Administrator of the Estate of
Margaret Bogynska, Deceased
RONALD C GLOVER,
Attorney for Administrator,
Cranberries, barrel ,
Texa c-rnpetEuit 6e.50
-orr.b iioney, new crop 5.005.25
I-tmons, Calif.' 10.50
1 iwnoicsaia yuotationi)
I Brussels Bproats, lb.
1 tsuiiilower, local
90 C( 1 .25
Celery, i.abish, doi
I Celery Hearts
gpin.ch, local, orang. box
1 Faisnips, lb.
Rutabagas, lb .024
Bunched vefetsWes, per doi. bunches
California Tomatoes, lnb
0n'0on-. Y- -
Local onions, lb.
I California, Imperial Valley C.25
Sacramento ...........4 00
J,,B,e7; ouious 1.10 to i.bs
Sbb'sS lb 02 te .08
Green Peppers, lb. 35
I nuoBsro oquasn. id. uo
1 Danish Scpin-
I i . IK
Southern Yams, 501b. box
I A .i : -1. .
Yakima, per ewt
Z.75 to S.50
Calf meal, 25 lba.
Corn, whole, ton
Cracked and rronnd
-till run, toa -.
I n .... r. .
- . tm
Grain and Bay
1 "'-. ivm
71..-. i 1
gort white, bn
i Oatt, grsy, bo.
Oata sad vetch
Wool and Mohair
HayuXg prfeesst-r. Oregon ti
I -.i. u iaai. j- .11 noaiau.
alfalfa, fiegi: clover $18; oat hay,
I1": ,ww- M"' w"' umiauf pr'c"
PORTLAND. Ore., aa. 8 (AP)
Mar. 12T . 128 188
1 May 1304 181 130
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a- . na x 7
Cash ssarkets wheat blr Bend blse-
-A . a ki.. . mm. t. m k: . .
aaaa n.r viw f i. iv'i iv. w v-
era watte, 8L28; hard win tar. aortbera
apring. waatara re. gijl uats a
88 lb. white 335.50. Barley Ke.2-45 Th.
B. VT. $34.00. Cora No. 8 east el-
yellow $87.00 IfillruD auadard $3L
TnRTT.AVT On Jaa. 8 (APV
Milk battar fat two cents lower. Saw
S 'ifet t:
I -were P.rtlaaa laas 1 per sea- Batter-
I .",7. TLX ..vZ".mt
i Portland, saa.
1 POtJLTRf (baying
a-ra, heavy bees ever 4 lbs, 242t;
mediant hens. l te 44 lba- 20fir31:
light aader 8HV lbs- 18le: broilers.
aadev 1 Bml. SOe; springs, over S la..
... t . . iv - j ah
saw, ream a am, iva, in am,
23e: colored ducks, 18e: tarkaya. No. 1.
34(2 30e; Xt. X 25c; caUa, 20e; Uve,
Potstees steady gems, Ke. 1 grade.
83.33 3.2 s per ewt.
POaTXASD. Ore- Jan. W(AP)
Oattle aad eafver. QawtaMy Steady; n-
eepta cattle 35, calves la.
Staen- fllOO-lSee lbs.) 810.T543
ll.&O; de nwd 10.76dlLS4( ate aaeditua
v.ooeio.7; o es-ntea v-uw.
keiierc road 0.T8O10A8 ee-tssoa
naediua 7X0 9.75. Cews. good 8.2 5
ATS; uusiiaia te aac-iaas O.OO08.2S:
low cutter 8.5006.00. ' Balls, good se
choice 7.50.oO; ewtte to a-edf-m
8.5007.50. Calves, -aa-hna to ebetca
SOUIO-M; caU te csai-ina 7(gs.
VaaW- amilk isA ceed te choice It
(14-00; anedra-i 00 C 11.00; cuO te
'Hags, t5 hJcker for Bfkl Vataaara: rs
eerpts 80. v - - .
Hn w.-rhk 8.50O10.5: sM-hua
waights 9.350 10.75; light weight, 10
10.75; Ugkt light. 8.50QI0.&O. fS
j Current Radio Pro
I grams For
4S3.6 Meters. 620 Keys.
7:15 to 7:45 a. m. T. M. C. A. health
7:45 to I a. m. Devotional services.
8 to- 9 a. m. N BC.
9 to 9:15 a. m. Cooking School.
9:15 to 9:45 a. m. Town Crier.
9:45 to 10 a. m. "Bettv Crocker."
10 to 11:45 a. m. NBC.
11:45 to 12 noon Barbara Gould.
12:15 to 12:45 p. m. Hollywood or
gan. 1 to 2 p. m.NBC
2 to 2 :S0 p. m. Musical- entertain
ment 3 to 4 p. m. NBC.
4 :30 to 5 p. m. Service Hour.
6:30 to 8:45 p. m. NBC.
8:45 to 9 p. m. "Book Chat"
9 to 9:30 p. m. NBC.
10 to 11 p. m. Band from KOMO.
11 to 12 midnight Organ recital.
ril l Meters. 11 SO Keys.
7 a. m. Morning Sere nailers.
8 a m. Anti-Tardy clock.
9 a. m. Better Homes Hour.
9 :45 a. nv Devotionnl prograan.
1 2 noon World Bookman ; girls' or
chestra. 1 :05 p. m. Uncle Robbln's farm
1:15 p. m. Popular program.
6 p. m. Lyric Hour.
8 P. m. Classical program.
8:3ft p. m. Troubles of Thomas.
8:13 p. m. Studio program.
9 p. m. Concert.
10 p. m. lAinoe program.
10:30 p. m. Jack and Jill dance
ST? 5 Meters. 790 Kcr
8 lo 9 a. m. Reveille.
9:45 to 10 a. m. Betty Crocker noma
10 to 11 a. m. Woman's Magazine of
11 to 11:4 a. m. Standard School
11:45 to 12 noon Pliilliarmonlc or.
12 to 1 p. m. Novelty Five.
to L p. in. V. S. Army Band.
2 to !:" p. m. Old M.in Sunshine.
2 :30 to 3 p. m House of Mvths.
to 4 p. in. Black and Gold Room
4 to-4 :45 p. m. St. Francis Hotel or-
43 to 5 p. m. News service
6:10 to 7 p. m. Stanislas Bern's Lit
7:30 to S :S0 p. m. Standard Sym
8:30 to 8:13 p. m. Amos 'n' Anilv.
8:45 to 9 p. m. Ma lKlln and liis
9 to :930 p. m. Memory Lane.
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iu to 11 p. m. Plantation Kcho".".
11 to 12 midnight St. Francis Hotel
no 3.1 Meters. 870 K. vs.
7 :55 a. m. Insplrntionnl services.
8 a. m. Haopy Time.
9 a, m. Y. M. C. A. health exercises.
9:15 a m. Agnes Skartvedt. contral
9 :45 a. m. Betty Crocker's noma
10 to 11 a. m. NBC. '
11:45 a. m. Barbara Gould Audi-
12 noon Agriculture farm talk.
12:15 p. m. "What to Prepare for
12:30 p. ra. Grain, fruit and vege
12:35 p. m. Orchestra; O. Doniild
1 p. m. Mary Blake's recipe talk.
1 :15 p. m. to 2:30 p. m. NBC.
4 p. m. Mining stock quotation
4:15 p. m. Kiddies' program.
4:45 p. m. Stock, bond and grain
I to 6 p. m. NBC.
8 :30 p. m. Society Syncopatora
7 to 8:30 p. m. Amos 'n' Andy.
8:45 p. m. News flashes.
9 p. m. Old Time Band.
II p. m NBC.
It to 12:89 a. m. Organ recital.
tag sows, rough and smooth 7.50Q8.M,
Slana-hter pira, 9.00(910.25. rseder an
stocker pigs 9.00910.80.
(Soft or oily hogs and roasrlnf pips
excluded la above quotatioas).
Sheep and lambs. Quotabty ateady,
to strong, receipts 825.
Lambs, good to choice $11.00011. 50;
medium 10.00(11.00; all weights, com
mon 8.0010.00. Yearling wethers
7.50 S 9.50. T.wei. madium to choice
3.00A4.50; all weights, eull aad commnn
1. 00 3.00.
PORTLAND, Ore., ton. t (AP
eiehanga, net prices: butter: ettras S3,
standards 32, prima firsts SI; firsts ::o.
eggs: freah extras 87, standards 3G,
fresh mediums 88.
CHICAGO, Jan. 8 (AP) Witb pr
minma being asked ea Fntted States
wheat ready for export, the shoe wsa nn
tbe other foot today regarding theoreti
cal conapetitioa from Ronsia. Farther-
more, Instead ef bresdituffs coming out
of Kussit to seek a market, that coun
try was report today as inquiring
abroad for flour and also for wheat to
seed. Under sneh eirra-tstanees, quota-
ion on wheat future deliveries advanced
readily in Chicago today, with consider
able buying due to aleet storms in
Kansas and Missouri.
Whaat r loved amaettled. S-S t. 1 14
ceuta a bushel higher than yesterday's
niah. Cora closed to 5-8 cent ad
vanced, aad eats 18 to 1US-b up.
WM GETS FIRM
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 8. (AP)
Winter Intrenched Itself more
firmly in the United States to
night, with the Northern Atlantic
seaboard due for n taste 6t the
bitter weather holding away In the
entire west, and a threat of high
water raised the lower Mississippi
valley dne to heavy rains in the'
Southern atatei also were in
for much colder weather with
now and sleet forecast for Texas,
Arkansas, Tennessee and Ken
tucky. Additional snow and sleet feu
today In the Rocky mountains, the
Missouri and npper Mississippi
valleys and the Great Lakes re
gion vhero the cold wave contin
ued Its Icy grip and advaneed its
gains. The Pacifla coast too, wag
experiencing the cold.
Air travel was disraptea
throughont the west and south by
th storm, which also Mgnway
traffic and to a minor degree the
Small streams In parts or n
tncky, Mlssonri, Tennesson and In
the Mississippi Delta region were
overflowing their banks and tie
broad Mississippi rirer itself was
rising, although there aprjeared
no danger of flood stnta on the
latter. More than six I-
rain was reported at Memphis.
The weather bureau At New" Or
leans issued a flood wsjrnlnf for
the upper On-bit river near Ar
kadelphia and Csxrlden, Art. ;
(Special) The 19lt Feiflft
will be field in Ptwtland. t the
civic andltorlum Frtdy;fht,
Febrory ti. and Sattd ntght.
March 1. under tho
Multnomah Amatenr AthUUe dub.
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