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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon. Wednesday Morning, October S, 1330
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HELP WANTED MALE
Apply 7S3 Trade.
to drive truck.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
LADIES wanted to string beads at
tome. Stamped addressed envelope
for particulars. Kxperlenee unneces
sary. Ivory Novelty Co., 113 Fourth
avenue, New York City.
EXPERIENCED girl for house
work. Apply at 1695 8. Com'l.
WANTED Immediately, ( smart
appearing young ladies for local pub
licity campaign. Under team manage
ment. Experience preferred. Good
y. Apply Mr. Jewell at Eoffs Elec
tric. SITUATIONS WANTED
tjxjxr-ru-u'Lrxj-u-uJ-'''-'' " ----------
WILL, care for children or will
keep child in my home. Tel. 685 J.
wivn:n Housework in mottiT-
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WANTED Day work. Tel 2153.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Black enameled Bridge
lach circulator, v-an
after p. m
ir.i, vnrlptif late Dears 60c to 75c.
Cookinr aDDlcF. 50c. Tomatoes 75c.
Ttrlnr boxes. Thompson's Stand, H
ml. north on Pacific highway. Tel.
nLAPK GRAPES Side of Cope-
land Lumber Yard. You pick 2c.
urivAHCU ranze. A-l Baber. sew- I
!ng maithlne, Brunswick phonograph. I
twwi miin( and mattress ana uuier i
furnitur at a bargain. . I
1885 Pacific Migwway
Intersections of Silverton Portland
Koad. I w
svw S4T.K Nearlv new eolf bag
and 4 cluba A real bargain at $8.00.
UO , auienaau. I
m.m o i
AVPrrs Sn lvntwn and isaia- I
inn R I. Mevers. IV, east. Out on I
I enter strtrt.
CUCUMBERS 7 miles out on su- I
vorton road. Elvin Heir.
PEARS Good fall varieties only
BO cents busheL Bng boxes. 1 6 I
rural avenue. Tel. Z23oV.
And garden truck. Tel. 9iF3, Rt.
8, MIL. norm Oi rvewr bliiuui.
JELLY AND SWEET WATER
grapes. Wm. Stoddard, Wallace toaa.
FOSTER and Salway punches now
ready at Imlah orchard. Tel. 6ifll.
SALWAY canning peaches.
PURITAN CIDER WORKS
West Salem Tel. 2374J.
Fresh Concord grape Juice. Puritan
Cider Works, TeL 23 74 J, West Salem.
PORTABLE typewriters, all makes.
new and usod. Adders and typewriters i
for rent. Typewriter Excuange. ii
FOR SALE Old papers, 19C a Dun- 1
Ala Statesman nff ! - I
Winter apples and grapes, kuui-
on s. Box 59. Route 5. .
FOR SALE Underwood typewriter.
C.ood condition. Reasonable. TeL
WANTED Second hand 1-4 h. 9
ir.otor. slow sneed. Not over 1200 R.
O. S. Statesman.
WANTED Used ptanos. In s-
ptimre on radios. rhonoKranhs. or fur- I
r-4iirf H L Stiff Furniture Cotnpy.
LOCAL hauling. Tel. 1800.
DRESS MAKER AND DESIGNER
f.rmerly with Lucille. New York City.
ami Hoiivwooa. v ill an auu nunc
dresses, suits, coats and hats. Your
home or mine. Essye Anderson, 2177
ho. Cottage, TeL 274 J.
WALNUT drying. Any quartlty.
Tel. 133F2. Lee's Hatchery.
DOGS boarded In a real dog hotel.
'1, w , 5 Pirn? PiHflc Bu'" ln8' th' K"- weodslied, pav
E. B. Flake. Petland Farm, Pacific jng id iM 29 Njrtheast part
Clean Your Furnace
Our vacutim system eliminated dust
tnd root. Phone 8S6, ROSEBRAUGH
WANTED TO RENT
I.NFtTKNISHED 3 Or 4 room aD-
artment with heat-children: box $85.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
THREE room furnished and six
room unfurnished. Call at 1313 Cen-
bath, garage, clean.
3 room apt.,
-ipe Aim ant fi90 TTnion.
PATTON APARTMENTS, down-
town districts. Clean. comfortable.
nicely furnished, reasonable. For in-
ru,.t(in oiall Patlnn'a Rnnk Snrl
SVV.VIVU WaS A V a m wa WV a wa
2 or 8 room furn. apt.. Electrokold
nd radio. 730 N. Liberty.
FOR RENT Duplex apartment
kci XT .v.
S room furnished apartment. CloM
Vi. Lights, water, phone. $14.00.
541 Mill Street
tTILLIE, THE TOILER
"TIL HE THAT
SOKE XX HEft TUST BE -
CAUSE SHE DAMCEO VAI1TH
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
2 roan apt. Tel. 172 GR.
MILLER APT 5. nnfler new man-
agement. Furnished rooms and apt.
..................... -ir-ii-j-u.ri.r j"
WELJL turni8bed rooms and apts.
for rent at 221 Hazel Ave. Tel.
VIRGINIA apartments, t nicely
furnished rooms. Clean and desirable.
Electric range, electro-kold, heat aixd
water.- Don't anlas seeing this. '
"PARTLY famished apts. 701 North
TWO and three room sDartments
AMBASSADOR APTS. Phone 1972
FOR RENT HOUSES
HOUSE 1925 Maple avenue.
WE have several furnished and un
furnished houses for rent. Call at our
office for details.
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
320 State Street Tel. 1727.
FOR RENT Cozy & R. bungalow.
lias gas and wood range. Heat, etove,
bath, bulk ins, tuit. garaee. Inquire
of owner, 1605 Ferry St. Rent $18.
FOR RENT Housps furnished and
unfurnished, $15 to $75. Largest list
of rentals in the city. SEE
BECHTEIi or THOMASON
311 Slate Street Room 4.
We make a specialty of rentals.
List your vacant houses.
FOR RENT Modern 8 R. house.
Ihament. furnace, has fine electric
ran Kir, uriiuuiui iiuwvib, phi uu-
bry, rent reason-awe to rignt party.
SEE owner 1605 erry street.
FOR RENT Modern 8 -room house.
earaee. 125.00. 1795 S. H1irn. 7 COS.
WOod in basement for sale. Call 1524
FOR RENT Houses furnished and
F. L. WOOD
541 State Street
FOR RENT Clean houses $10 to
$60. Also flats store bld3.. business
189 North High Street
von RENT 6 room modern home.
seme furniture, large 4k)ms, with
la - ree a Trie, xarnaee. laree ivt wim
fruit trees, double garage. L. E. Stif-
ler. Call 509 between s a. m. ana o
D. m. or 1710 N. 17th St., evenings
HOMES FOR RKNT Sis room OKI
nil homa 10SO Fir St. 112. 50.
Four room house, two bedrooms on
seven roam mooTn nome at id wi-
lavn St . 140.
Bieht modern. 691 Union St, $50.
We also have three modern six room
homes f urn shed. ;o-ii-M. e-e
W. H. ORABENHOKT uu.
134 South Liberty Street
HOUSE for rent, close in. See 839
FOR RENT Furnished modern
new 7 room house. Call Sunday, 1S40
6 room house $18. 11 S3 Marion St.
5 room modem cottage. Partly fur
nished. Tel. 312.
5 rms. modern, partly furnished.
2465 S. Hirli. .
S rms. and attic, modem, lOu jua-
son St., JiS.
2 rms., bath. 84 j MarKet St..
f rma. 160 N. 21st, $15.
178 youth Hi&h Street
MODKRK 5 room house, furnished.
Tel. 31 or iliZJ.
FARM FOR RENT
It A. sood river bottom land, good
improvesoents, all unaer irrigation. 4-
a. beans mat run 1 tons 10 acre
nnA jiald far 175 ser ton. 1Z A. Straw-
I berries, 2 years, 1-A raspberries. This
is a money maner. Better nurry iirsi
first come gera it.
I $4 South Commerclia Street
In north edge of Jefferson on high
way, IS A. irrtgatea rtvec eoiioni
laad. Is A. bearing srrawuerrre
Ky. beans. D. M. Burnett, jetierson.
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE or lease wtth privilege
sta.. confectionery -said
lunch. R. ,
Box 6 5 A, after five
LET Tour rent money buy this
- --- ftu-AlAM. tA.at.il fn a
s-il ph.. OBiv $3350 and carries
SJ Vlfh '
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
320 State Street
HERB IS YOUR CHANCE
Te Own Your Own Home
No down nayment, only $20 per
month. Just 14k rent, buys a-coay
modern & R. buiMralow. fireplace.
,lf i,p -itv Hnrrv and see
I npnuinpr rt. XT ti1f A QAV
FOR SALE-47 acre farm adjoin-
w small town. Easy terma Or will
trade, for auto camp on highway or
armca mitabta for camD.
A. ii. Uliueun, vaaer, no.
a M. EARLE ,
224 No. High St Phono 2242
A 1LkLU OaUim ska.1Aa 4ma1t Isaav iW
I m . i
exXange."'" ktad. of
I etc. S lots covered with large bearing
not and fruit tree, berries, garden,
poultry house, garage, paved street,
near schooL t$5 Rural avenue, tele-
i pnone jz js r,
SO A. farm nice level valley land
near town, amaU feouse, Dm, garase.
1 henhouse. ood team wagon. Harness,
m and toma IS04HI.
Nco lrttle gro. Dusiness, weu iu-
I rated In Halem witn living rooms,
I cheap rent, good business.
I Kft A farm ne&T SaleRl gll III CUlt.
a a. w - 1
I a a . . S a An a m.L.. ualluajt aVka
I DIOgS., Inllt I9UVV. laRC rC9IUem.-sl.Wl
I UmmBm m m m m
SPECIAL BUI-m a Kooa ouuamg
I alfa an FA1 RMUL Ti 1 HILO.
i large corner with born ata, pa eo.
I Prteo .0. sise- loysusw leet
I W. H. GRABENHORST CO.
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
912 1C5S Yew. 2 rooms; f IS 1170
N. 16th, 4 rooms; $20 38$ Richmond,
S rooms; S22.S0 8S Oak, 6 rooms;
125 148 Union. 5 rooms, furnace:
$25 353 Leslie. rooms: $25 1654
3. High. 4 rooms; $25 574 N. 15th. 8
rooms : $27.69 895 S. 13th, rooms,
furnace; $37.60 C58 Ferry (5 room
flat) $28 1433 S. Liberty. rooms,
furnace; 1301700 N. 17th. S rooms,
furnace: $22.50 760 Marion (5
rooms flat) fur.: $40.00 16 Leslie.
7 rooms, fur.: $40.00 1599 State,- 2
bat hi, 9 roonm
FOR RENT FURNISHED
$16 1575 State. $ rooms, bath, gar
age: $25148 Union (partly); $45
2850. S. High, 5 rooms: $45 5050 S.
High, S rooms: $45 1069 Leslie, 7
rooms: $57.50 765 Marion, 8 rooms;
$G5 700 Stewart
BECKE & HENDRICKS
189 N. High Telephone lfL
FOR SALE Falrmount Hill resi
dence with a wonderful view. Bulk for
homo by owner. A. J. RAHN. 1UI
Falrmount Street. Phone 1927.
LIST your property with us
and SAVE the commission. Buy
ers get your name and address
from our display boards, then
deal DIRECT with you. You par
us a small exhibit fee, that's alL
OWNERS REAL ESTATE
121 New Bligh Bldg.
Telephone 717 Salen Ora.
NEW MODERN 6 ROOM
Home nicely decorated streets,
paved, $2800 terms.
MODERN 5 ROOM
Close In on Broadway street, $3300.
a real buy. SEE Gelser with
ANDERSON ft RUPERT
169 South High Street
HOMES PRICED TO SELL
$2750. Modern 4 room home with
basement, furnace, garage, paved
street, good location and In good
repair. $150 down; balance $31.
20 per month.
$1375. Neat little three room modern
bungalow with oak floors, located
in west Salem, $375 cash; bal
ance easy terms.
$2950. Good six room house, modern
except basement, two fine lota,
cor. N. 21st and Center Sts. Some
$2i;0. Modern 4 room bungalow lo
cated N. Cottage St. 8350 down,
balance $25. per month.
$1375. Modern late built home with S
rooms and attic, east front, near
Leslie school, $800. cash, balance
terms. A REAL BUY.
J6S25. Modern up to date room
bungalow, home located on cor
ner lot, both sts. paved, near
schools 'and bus, extra large liv
ing room. A REAL HOME IN
EVERY WAY. Terms.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
W. H. GRABEN HORST A CO.,
134 8. Liberty St. Tel. 615
SNAP Good 4 room home, plastered
plumbing, electricity, paved st..
one acre of land. A REAL BUY
at $2750. Easy terms. INVESTI
GATE THIS NOW.
Vi. H. GRABENHORST CO.
134 South Liberty Street
$3230.00. Fully modern 4 room
house. Completely furnished. 2 bed
rooms. $4000 00. 35 acres of good land.
Fair improvements. Reasonable pay
ment down and good terma.
2009 North Capitol Street
Tel. 2S07 Res. 2968.
WE liave a splendid Income prop
erty bringing $75.00 per month. Price
$7000.00 and owner wants Salem home.
Good 4 room house clear and own
er wants larger house. I
47 acres, fair improvements, stock
ed and equipped, 40 acres bottom
land, good location price $5500.00.
A splendid 5 room modern house,
good location, worth $4000.00 and
can use acreage.
McGILCHRlST a: PENNINGTON
209-10 U. S. Bank Bldg. Tel. 140.
SMALL downtown hotel doing nice
business. Furniture and leas for
sale at attractive figure.
21 A. near Silverton In filberts. wl-
mita, strawberries, etc 4-rm. J
hoose, bath, electric lights. $.-
500. Will consider trade for city
52 A. mi. from Salem, all under cul
tivation, wonderful soil. $150
5-rm. house, 2 lots at Nye Beach. Val
ue $2500 clear. Will consider
even trade ror Baiem property.
J. F. ULRICH CO.
323 State Street TeL 13S4
LARGE house on Stat street In
two apartments, $4300.
targe nouse on cottage near auace
for $2500. . Both armed for business
and will give good home and income
from apartment. Your opportunity.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
17S South High Street
EXCHANGE Real Estate
CLEAR income property. $0.000
to exchange for farm. Will pay some
difference. Also $20,000 clear Income
property, to trade for farm.
H. C. SHIELDS
FOR SALE OR TRADE Auto
camD located on Pacific highway 8
miles from Salem, also 14 acres with
buildings, close to Salem. Call owner.
WANTED GOOD FARM In e
chanze for a new as raffs build
ing with stock and equipment, lo
cated In small town. Pries $20.
000. Win trade for farm of equal
W. IL GRABENHORST CO.
134 South Liberty Street
GOOD INCOME APT. HOUSE
three apartments paying $65 per
month rent Splendid location, build
ing only 5 yrs. old. ' Everything In
rood condition, fully furnished, price
for quick deal, $5500.0. Mortgage of
i:uub.ou. win trade Muity loramaii
er restdeace, open only for four days.
Hurry, see my agents
184 South Commercial Street
1 good houses on 1 acre to trade for
S acre tract Hoe to Salem. Price $5,-
000, mortgage 1)U0.
SEE Mts. Kills with
LEO N. CHILDS CO- Realtors
320 State Street - CeL 1717
. NEW modern bungalow, 4 rooms.
has gas range, bdw. floors, bath. w
. pa faa In a a than Ma tKSA
Trade equity for acreage. What have
BECHTEL or THOMASON
841 State Street
ti . ..fsov-rL 77. AH iAu HQWtS: 7 1 1 IvmhV HentE's A card) rI
ii Pi-ovAiEB fti.Vrl I . Y.JM y - II om-y Mr, "smith kucwMI I
EXCHANGE Real EstaU
CHOICE B acre tract on paved
street and close to city limits, no
bldgs., value $2500 and a 4 room
plastered cottage on paved street,
fireplace, built-lns, good plumbing,
garage, woodshed, value $2500. Will
trade both for city home of equal
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
S20 State Street - Tel. 17?T.
GOOD CO acre farm. 35 In cultiva
tion, all equipped. Will take in two
good houses in Salem. Price $10,000.
80 acre farm, 35 In cultivation.
A. strawberries, house and barn, god
wetl and spring. Take small house In
Saltan. Price $3,80.
See A. F. Homyer with
W. G. KRCEOER
147 North Commercial
WHY NOT? NOW 13 THE TIMH
SEARS ft TUCKER, the place.
5-acres, good 6-R. house with bath
and electric pumping system, good
barn, 2 poultry houses, fruit bouse,
good land, can be irrigated, has
pears, cherries, apples and berries.
All In cultivation ; trade for a larger
place up to 50 acres.
Trade for Good Service Station
15-A. good land, has over $100.00
income this year off of his berries
and peaches, good improvements, just
i mile off of N. Pacific highway.
Will trade for good gas station on
Pacific highway or any good loca-
. ! . L 1
1 UU (Minu.
Only 6 Miles of Salem
Good improvements, good land, 45
A. cultivation, will trade for clear
house in Salem. SEE
SEARS ft TUCKER, Realtors
184 South Commercial St.
WOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE
FULLY equipped, best of location
and a real money maker. If interested
in thla line, call at our office for full
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtor
320 State Street Tel. 1737.
MONEY TO LOAN
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
WE loan on livestock, automobiles,
household goods and other personal
property. Terms to suit your conven
ience. National Loan A Finance com
pany. Licensed by state.
410 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE
On plain notes, endorsed notes,
furniture and pianos. AH tran
sactions strictly confidential.
STATE LOAN COMPANY
212 Oregon Bldg. Second Floor
Corner Stats and High
Office hrs. 10:00 a. m. to ( :30 p. m.
Telephone 932. Licensed by Stats
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce your payments.
You keep the tar.
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
Phone 121 Saiem, Ore.
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries J
or otber good security. KepayaDte
monthly. When in financial need
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank Bldg. Phone 1200
CITY AND FARM loans at lowest
rates. Best terms obtainable. Our
insurance department offers you ex
pert advice and service in all lines.
TeL 1427 205 Oregon Bldg.
Federal Farm Loans; 5 prr cent
F. L. WOOD. 341 State Street
TATE. LOWEST INTEBEST BATES.
BERT T. rORU
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
WANTED Market . poultry, "any
kiad, any time, any quantity. TeL
zsvx. Lee's Matcnery. .
FOR SALE WOOD
FROM TIMBER TO YOU.
14 In. and 4 ft woaal oa havnd at
all tlmea Also plaaer wood. TeL 2989.
Tracy'a Fuel Yards.
Lrxiu JLrrxfULff'W''uafij - y-g
DRY fir and oas woo, coal and
fuel oiL Call on us for prtoea. We
rive good measure, good quality and
LAKMLK TRlUifiifCiK SC BlUKAUH
WOOD sawing. TeL 1223.
GUARANTEED DRY Wood coaL
TeL 13. Salem Fuel Co., 752 Trafe.
WE have 16" wood on hand all the
time. Prompt delivery. &i S. 12th.
Cobb 4 Mitchell Co. Phone 81$.
WOOD Judd. TeL 2 IF 13.
rvRT m la. old fir. 4 ft. fir. oaJk.
ash. also dry old fir mill slab. C. U.
Harbaugns Transier ana ruei, sb
Highland. TeL 1910.
1 In.-old fir $7.50 cd. Tel. 26FS2.
4 Corner Oarage.
WOOD sawing. Lester Kooins.
Tel. W8J. Call evenings. .
FOR SALfe USED CARS
Valley Motor Company
WE PAY CASH FOR OOOD
1929 Fordor Sedan fiSS.Ot
Model A Truck speed 450.00
new tires $ 50.00
1928 Chevrolet Coupe 552 ?!
19S7 nhfivrnlet Coune l.J.w
1925 Chevrolet Coup 125.00
192$ Coupe Model T 1$ ?2
H9t TiiHn, Muriel T 90.00
1924 Coupe balloons 60.00
1J2S Ford Touring 5 0
1924 Roadster . JO.W
Model TT Truck .If-?!
nnlit Roadster Xxs.011
12C Ford Coupe body 18.5
Valley Motor Cempany
ITeL 1895 Center Liberty St.
FOR SALE USED CARS
Guaranteed Used Cars
With a written guarantee.
1929 Oakland 2 dr. sedan $750.00
lt Oakland Coup, like new 635.00
1928 Pontlae 2 dr. Sedan 495.00
1927 Oakland Sedan 495.00
1926 Oakland Sedaa 423.00
197 Pontile Coupe 865.00
128 Pontiac 4 dr. Sedan 535.00
1929 Pontiac 4 dr. Sedan
1926 Dodge Coupe
1924 Dodge Coupe
1924 Star Rdstr.
1924 Ford Coupe (ruxtell) .
1955 Ford 4 Dr. Sedan
1926 Essex Coach
Star touring with enclosure
Motor Co., Inc.
Oakland Phone 2125 Pontiac
350 N. High St. 515 Chemeketa St.
Used Car Dep't Now-
Located at 333 Center
McKay's for Used Cars!
With an O. K. j
129 Chevrolet Sedan. Run
7040 miles $23.00
I92 Chevrolet Landau Sedan.
Looks like new 675.00
19: Chevrolet Landau Sedan.
Kari Keen trunk, new tires .. 435.00
1528 Chevrolet sport coupe,
rumble seat - - 415.00
12 Chevrolet Sedan 28J.0O
12 Ford coupe like new 42u.OO
1927 Essex Sednn 165.00
126 Hudson Coach - 175.00
!-27 Ford Roadster 165.00
Ifli Chevrolet 1 4 ton truck.. 550.00
Used car department
35? Center Street
Ford and Buick
Used Car Lot. 75 Cars
1929 Buick Standard Coupe ....$835.00
1939 Chevrolet Coach. Run 11,-
000 miles .$C50.00
1927 ,BulcJc Standard coach 565.00
1929 Chevrolet thh ton truck 550.00
1J8 Pontiac Coach 415.00
1928 Buick oacti overhauled 415.00
192S Buick blaster Coupe 3G5.00
1925 Buick Roadster, over
hauled :9 oo
1!27 Oldsmobile Spt. Rds., 200.00
1924 Studebaker ciach 185.00
1925 Oldsmobile coach 125.00
1 328 Chevrolet -Touring 12.".0
1926 Ford Tudor 11.V00
J926 Ford Touring 100.00
in I Ford Coujie 70.00
19.'". Ford Touring 60.00
12.: Willrs Knistit touring 50.00
Salem Used Car Center
Marion and Liberty
. Open Evenings and Sundays
Latest model 1W0 Chevrolet se
dan. Run 1600 mileC Wire wheels. 6
ply tires and license, at a good dis
count. Will take trad and give terma
338 Center Street Tel. 512.
LOST and FOUND
LOST Sunday, September 28, at St.
John's Episcopal church, eastern star
pin. Finder please leave at Statesman
office or call S7F11.
NOTI47F. OP EXECTTOR'S SALE
OP REAL PROPERTY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That, pursuant to the power and
authority vested la me, as exetu
tor under the last will and. testa
ment of Dora Walker, deceased,
I will, on Saturday, the 8th day of
November 1930, at ten o'clock In
th forenoon, at the Court house
door fa Salem, Marion County,
Oregon, sell, at public auction, to
the highest bidder for Cash, the
following described real property
belonging to said estate to-wit:
Lot Numbered seventeen (17) of
A. P. Waller Addition to the City
of Salem, Marion County. Oregon,
as shown by the amended plan
thereof of record In the office of
the Recorder of Conveyances tor
The said sale will be made sub
ject to confirmation thereof by
the County Court as provided by
Dated Oct. T. 1930.
S. ELLIS PURVINE. Execu
tor of the last will and testament
of Dora Walker, Deceased. 0.-8
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT 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 executor of
the last will and testament and
estate of Winona M. Larkins, de
ceased, and that he has dun
qualified as such executor; al
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. 203 Oregon Building,
Salem. Marion County, Oregon
within six months from the date
lot this notice.
Dated at alem, Oregon, this
24th day of September. 1930.
Executor of the last will and tes
tament and estate of Winona
M. Larklns, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for executor.
S-2 4-0-1-8 -15-2 2
NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT OF
Notice ia hereby given that
the undersigned his been duly
appointed by the County Court
of the State of Oregon for the
County of Marion, as adminis
tratrix of the estate of David B.
Brown, deceased, and that she
has duly qualified a such ad
ministratrix; 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, 203 Ore
gon Building, Salem. Marion
County, Oregon, within eix
months from the date of this
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
1st dav of October, 1930.
LIZZIE J. BROWN,
Administratrix of the estate of
David B. Brown, Deceased.
ronald c glover.
Attorney for Administratrix.
SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE
OF REAL PROPERTY OX
Notice is Hereby Given. That
by virtue of an execution duly
issued out of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon, for the
Countv of Marion and to me di
rected on the 9th day of Septem
ber. 1930, upon a judgment : nd
decree duly rendered, entered of
record and docketed in and by
said Court on the 27th day of
August. 1930, in a certain suit
then in said Court pending,
wherein Hawkins & Roberts,
Inc., a corporation was plaintiff
and Clarence A. Eldriedge and
Lola V. Eldriedge, his wife; F
H. Osborne, John W. Geelan and
Vera V. Geelan, his wife, and P.
J. McPoland were defendants in
favor bf plaintiff and against
said defendants Clarence A. El-
.dTiedee and Lola V. Eldriedge
by which execution I am com
manded to sell the property In
said execution and hereinafter
described to pay the sum due
the plaintiff of $5614.58 with
interest thereon at the rate of
10 Dr cent, per annum from
the 26th day of August, 1930
until paid and the further sum
of $310.00 attorney's fees to
gether with the costs and dls
bursements of said suit taxed at
$74.80 and costs and expenses of
said execution. I will on sat
uxdar. the 18th day of October,
930, at the hour of 10 o ciock
l!' M. of said day at the West
door of the County Court House
in Marion County, Oregon, sell
at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in hand on tne
dav of sale, all the right, title
interest and estate which said
defendants and all persons
claiming under them subsequen
to the execution of piaintui
Mortgage to-wit, December 20th
1927. in. of and to said preni
isea hereinbefore mentioned and
described in said execution as
That Dortion of the wortn
Half of the Joseph Despard Do
nation Land Claim in Township
3. and 4 South Range 2 West of
the Willamette Meridian, Marion
County, Oregon, which lies
South of the County Road lead
ing from Champoeg to Newberg,
the whole of said Nortn Hair be
ing more particularly described
as follows, to-wit: Beginning on
the Township line between
Townships S and 4 South Hange
2 West of W. M., Marlon Coun
ty, Oregon, at a point 13.38
chains East of the Quarter Sec
tion corner between Section S
In Township 3 South Range 2
West and Section 34, Township
3 South Range 2 West; and run
ning thente North 45 degrees
East 38.30 chainsto the North
east corner of said Claim on the
bank of the Willamette River;
thence meandering up said River
North 78 degrees West 23.60
chains; thence North 8S degrees
West 13. SO chains; West 2
chains to the Northwest corner
of said Claim; thence South
alone: the West line of said
Claim 83.63 chains to the North
west corner of the South Half or
said Claim; thence East along
the North line of said South
Half 38.70 chains, to the East
iine of said Claim; thence North
45 degrees East along the East
line of said Claim 42.20 chains
to the place of beginning, and.
containing 318 i acres, more or
Sale being made subject to re
demption in the manner provid
ed bv law.
Dated this 10th day of Sep
O. D. BOWER,
Sheriff of Marion County, Ore
Bv W. RICHARDSON. Deputy.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
MEETING SUNDAY MORNING
AT 11 o'clock, October 12, 1930
By RUSS WESTOVER
at the Church of the Nazarene.
Salem, Oregon for the purpose of
changing iu name FIRST PEN
TECOSTAL CHURCH OF THE
By Thea Sampson, Secretary.
Oct. 8. 1930.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF ORKtiON
FOR THE COUNTY OF MAR
ION, DEPARTMENT TWO.
PERCY A. CUPPER. Plaintiff, j
ts W. P. SIMPSON and LAURA ;
L. SIMPSON, Defendants. (SUM
MONS). - -
To W. P. SIMPSON and LAU
RA L. SIMPSON, the above-nam
IN THE NAME OF lHt
STATE OF OREGON, You are
hereby reqaired to appear ana
answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled
court and cause on or before
four (4) weeks from the date of
the first publication of this sum
mons and if you fan to answer,
for want thereof, the plaintiff
will apply to the court for the
relief prayed for in his Com
plaint, namely: That he have
judgment against the defendants.
W. P. Simpson and Laura l.
Simpson, for the sum of Five
Hundred Forty uousts (ay.-
00) together with interest there
on from April 13. 1928, at the.
rate of six per cent per annum
until paid, and for the further
sum of Seventy-five Dollars
Cf75. 00r special attorneys lees,
and for One Hundred Dollars
($100.00) for taxes and assess
ments on said property, and for
plaintiffs costs and disburse
ments incurred in mis suit;
That plaintiffs mortgage de
scribed in the Complaint in said
suit be decreed to be a first mort
gage lien on the following de
scribed premises, to-wit:
West 4 feet of Lot 1. Block 3.
Parrish Grove Addition to the Ci
ty of Salem, according to the duly
recorded plat thereof as the same
appears of record in Marion
That the usual decree may be
made for the sale of said prem
ises last described by the sheriff
of Marion County, Oregon, ac
cording to law. and the practice
of the above entitled court; that
the proceeds of said sale may be
applied toward the payment of
the amount due piaintui ana
that the above named defendants
and each of them and all persons
claiming under or through them
or any or either of them subse
quent to the execution of said
mortgage may be barred and fore
closed of ail right, claim and
equity of redemption in or to
said "mortgaged premises and ev
ery part thereof, aad that plain
tiff have such further relief in
the premises as may be equitable.
This summons is served upon
you by publication in the Oregon
Statesman by order of the Hon
orable L. H. McMaham. Judge of
the above entitled court, bearing
date Sept. 16, 1930. The first
publication of this summons is
Sept. 17, 1930. and the last pub
lication will be Oct. 15. 1930.
PERCY A. CUPPER. Plain
tiff. Place of residence and
poatoftice address, Salem, Ore
gon. S. 17-24-0. 1-8-15.
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HUGE TEXAS FLOOD
DALLAS, Tex., Oct. 7. (AP)
Texas streams were overloaded
in carrying away the surplus wa
ter from long time parched lands
today after torrential rains fell
generally over the state, flood
water spreading from rivers and
creeks to cause appreciable dam
age in some communities. No
lives were lost.
Brady was the hardest hit
when the usnally tranquil Brady
river spread from three to eit;ht
feet of water over several Mocks
of the business section, carrying
away from 30 to 40 small homes,
making: from 200 te 300 persona
homeless, damaging merchandise
stocks about 250.000 and float
ing off about 1.000 bales of cot
ton. The light and power plant
there was submerged and pat
out of business, the water sup
ply was menaced and there waa
a probability of a food shortage.
The water rose eight feet in
the chamber of commerce build
ing, submerged the court honse
plaia and from 60 to 70 busiuesa
houses had water in them rang
itig in dtpth from three to eight
The Guadalupe river was on
an 18-foot rUe near Kerrville,
after three days of continuous
rain, meauriug 7 3-4 inches, in
that hill country. Tonight the
water was receding slowly.
Boston, Oct. 7 (AP Repre
sentatives . of organized labor op
ened the 50th aunual convention
of the American Federation of
Labor here Monday and were told
by President .Hoover that cooper
ation, team play and the absence
of couflict during the business
depression had added strength to
the nation's industrial structure.
From William Green, president
of the federation, the heard a
plea for unitejl support in efforts
to inaugurate immediately the
five-day work week in industry.
Convention business was devot
ed to organization details and the
presentation of the annual report
of the executive council, jrvi
ously made public.
President Hoover spoke before
more than 2.200 delegates and
guests. He was accorded a tre
mendous ovation as was Mrs.
Hoover, who was presented to
Sounding a note of optimism ia
the face of the industrial depres
sion. President Hoover said "no
one would Invite either war or
business depression, but from
them may come some new inspir
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