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HELP WANTED MALE
MAN "wanted to grde and pack
ipples. Apply Puritan Cider works.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
HOUSEWORK or housekeeping, I
woman with daughter 14. Hear man $
acheeL Good noma rather than high
waxeaTeL 2331, 30$ Maple St, Dal-
WANTED Children to care xor m I (
mv heme. TeL 1704M.
u uuLrij-ij-j-iryju-ijn - - - -- - . I
TftTOO man with experience man
aging farm and dairy wishes employ
ment. Hione it i.
RrtY. 17. wants work oa farm.
Board and small wages. Cell S3 70 J.
PRACTICAL nurse wiehes position
curing for elderlv people. Tel. 8755M.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
ISOff old coins for sal! reasonable.
Address Box SZ, care statesman.
rLrLnrinrwn-wiirw " -- - - m m
ippr.EK' SnltzenbeTK. Baldwin,
Knrth Str. Jonathans. SOc and
c.i Wnimit 22f. No boxes furnished.
no delivery. Mr. J. H. Wright. Five
miles out on Wallace Rood.
APPLES all varieties, hand pick-
a X EAa ttwu ViritlaT VOll r I
Hill -fot, Orocer: 7 milea No.
,i.rr. nn Wetland highway.
- ,-, ,nnnn I
SWEET Water grapes 2c lb. Wtt
rxrtjnnj-ij-jjn.i.nj-uij"ni-v-r - - -
few boxes left I
TOMATOES Only a
at the Brown Tent
GRAPES Claxter store on Oregon evenings and Sundays or call M0 he
Electric 1st house north 2c lb. " tweeo 8 a, m. and $ p. m. I E. Stif
- - ' I fler.
Ktn. J. DennV. Rt. I. TeL 14F12.
SWEET cider, guaranteed pure I
". vol Rrlrur ramtalnera I
Ifil Rural ave. TeL ZZ3oW. I
APPLE8. CoHase and Hoyt. Tel.
And garden trucks Tel. 8tF3, Rt
I, Hi. tu. -NOrtn ci reiser scuoui.
2nd hand furnace.! 17 So. lUh.
Cider Works. Tel. 2374J. West Salem.
uww -I.-."-., i-l . .i
PORTABLE typewriters, all makes,
new and used. Adiiers and typewriters i
t .mr tret
FOR SALE Old papers. 10c a bun
ds Wtatewosn ffie.
DTivrrn i-. in .
change on radios, phonographs, or fur-
DRESS MAKER AND DESIGNER
formerly with Lucille. New Tork City,
1'HUICilJ Willi wui avw " "'-' I
nd Hollvwood. WiH design and make
dresses, suits, coats and hats. Ymjr I
hruiw or mine. Essve Anderson. 2177
So. Cottage, TL 2746J,
WALNUT drying. Any quantKy.
TrL 133F2. Lees Hatchery.
v-vjt"c t . H.t .1a fifA$ I
r r'ln 'SrvSic
rnrj T patt rAAMC
rUK KtvN 1 KUJjl
room. suiUble for
In connection. 632
ROOM to Christian lady. Modern.
Irh'ate home. Board optional. Tel.
ROOM and BOARD '
toara ana room in moaern pn-aie
tue. Tel 24.4J1.
. . m -
- urY7 -
people, only. 544 N.
LARGE heatled front sleeping
roem, clone In. Board II desired, zsv
f 'enter llitM.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
4 room furnished apartment. Close
In. Lights, water.i pnone. ii.oo.
641 Mill Street
4 room first floor apt 286 S. Cot-
Use. Tel. 1518M.
FOR RENT -Duplex apartment
931 North winter
PAOTON APARTMENTS, down
town district Clean, comfortable.
tilcely furnished, reasonable. For In-
fcl-ection can fatten s rsooa eioro.
2 room apt TeL 1726R.
.s . s-j sa. rtA 1 A WIUCI flayew IM" I
ng.ment Furmsbed rooms and apta $2150. 6 room bungalow. Jul Umt
tvi 7fl4 I meet, furnace, fireplace, close .to
: .-I store, extra Urge lot. Easy terms.
Wtt T VT k PT4ZJ snJtak maws man.
W ELL furnished rooms tnd apta
t,.r wn, .a ')M HllA AVS. Tel.
. ,.v.- .1
iJt . .
PARTLY furnlsld anta 701 North
TWO and three room apdHmenU
nAUAUdA V.. . . AW. . .W.-W -
TU'i MAmi iii-nl4arteal wetr lisThr
wvl. T .m 1 fne KrUe.lr.r rinm in
-ZTZ. - ' '
r.ii 41 ll sinuit
CLOSE In furn. apt $5$ Center.
JILLIE, THE TOILER
buaBtfeS - IT'S ALMOST
D1MMS2, time - yovjfc
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ass a ii-i eaa ' m a m x vs" cm a '- .sa arm a w a m m as av4 w . a rBBaMsaW at. jmw saw-m. am aja. a -1 - a 1 at arm r -
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FOR RENT HOUSES
Rentals Our Specialty
FOB RENT CKFURKISKET)
IIS: 1(71 Tew. rocma til (
8. Com'L. 4 room. 120 SIB Rich
mond, t rooms. 125 1654 8. High, 4
toww. J xieaue, rooms, i
1US fi. LHaerty. Wft 1IM N. lfth.
nwua .av cerry i room
flat). $31.50 7t Marion t room
flat). $4e m Leslie. T rsami tf
lit State, rooms. Others.
TOR RENT fTRVTSTTCn
111 1575 State. $ rooms, bath.
x-xim&v. fz irsz. inemeketai apt).
$45 2W & High, S rooma $45
less resile. 7 rooma lit S4 8.
Summer, t rms. $13 70 Stewart, T
It North High Telephone III.
$51 & Liberty, furnished
SIM State St. fur.
Tie mm Bt, rur.s roam
a. Winter Bt, tmfumlsh-
ed, I roam $J
M L,4" BU mtfiir. ' room
8m fiOSEB wttn
AKDEBICMI ec KUFRT
Iff Booth, Sen aXreet
1$ rm house la 8a Balem,
m bouse la 80. Salem
t ran. basement, carafe, No. Sa
l-rm. furnished apt.
J. F. ULRIGH CO.
32S State Street Tel. 1354.
HOUSES HOTJ8ES HOUSES
It to $49. Furnished 12 to $7$.
X41 SUte Street Room 4.
t room house. Garage, woodahed.
116 per rno. Tel. 1JZUJ.
S-roora cottage, water, range, car
age. $7. Telephone S6F13.
5 room partly furnished house
13J r. 4tn bt.
FURNISHED house for rent or
tele. Plenty fruit. B, W. Macy, 202
HOUSE with or without furniture.
Garage and small acreage. ear Sa
lem. On pavement, near . 3 room
school. Mrs. M. M. Magee. "R. S, Sa-
FOR RENT Modern home, t large
rooms newiy aecorsiea, large aorner
lot. double garage, fruit, range if de-
sired. Enaalre at 1710 N. 17th St,
FOR. RENT Strictly
I room furnished bouse,
run m..ii nuei ivuuiaiwu uu
F. L. WOOD
341 State Street
FOR RENT Clean houses $10 to
$69. Also flats store bldgs., business
COTTAGES for rent Wenatchee
Auto camp 3 miles N. of Salem ta
Pacific highway, partly furnished,
lights, fuel water shower hatha, $10
per mu. in. .
SMALL farm for rent 1 mile from
ljw . U'UUU r- nr. itr -e. fin cv.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT
Diversified farm. 40 to 0 acres
t th live stream or spring, near uro-
ber, with option ito buy.
XV. r . u. iui tmi par1., w n,-n.
FOR SALE Real Estate
SACRIFICE for cash, two of Sa-
. . - . . . . .
Jem s 'rawest and most beautiful
homey e. J. Jensen, .10 Highland.
SNAP IN 10 ACRE .TRACT
4 miles out. close to highway. All
in bearing' prunes and walnuts. Prire
for short time only $1100. Worth $2,-
a (i 0
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors.
320 State Strtet
WORKING MAN'S CHANCE
I immeaiate possession oi a com-
I fortable 5 room home In East Salem.
I lYice $2250. Owner will give purch
aser part time employment to appiy
on payment on place, Dai. montniy.
320 State Street Tel. 1727.
5 rms. and flored attic, new and
strictly modern, good construction,
extra large lot, $2250 on terms : any
one can handle or rent and let rent
apply on purchase price later. Income
properties on nign i. tnai can ue
i wua itk aaAuw "n
bougnt rignt ana win taue in buuui
or ctty property. in business rone,
Residence in two good apartments.
I one has t rms., furnace, garage, large
I lot with fruit, all rununrre goes si
$2600, you cannot beat this and easy
WINNIE PETTTJOHN. Realtor
175 South High Street
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 pay
us a small exhibit fee, that's alL
OWNERS REAL ESTATE
121 New BllgU Bldg.
Telephone 717 Salem. Ore.
10 ACRE NAP-
SI 600. Located hi mile from the
I city limits of Salem. Has two barns
and well. No house, ms.iv
BECHTEL or TrrOAlAbU.N
311 State Street
,$2400.-Nice neat bungalow, 4 R. and
rtoOK, Z Koou oearouins, gsraiiv
and wood house. Paved st., good
$?S90. Fnlly modern 6 R. English
I Bljrie B, lu
wood. 1260. down.
Monev to lnnn. - Insurance,
320 U. S. tUnk Bldg
FOR SALS-Atw room
i i;ir iivme room ana uraum i
I with hardwood floors, kitchen, break
... , . . m . - .
I last nooa, neoroom ana unmiwui
downstaira Two Urge bedrooms and
I bathroom upstairs, rnu Daueiii,
i .. . .
i tnraoM nravr).
I Piiveil Utreet With pATWIient Bdl
I ran i.1 A real DeiriralTl IX laKen ell
1 -ri 1 A-
I (ini'eT. I uviir ioir -
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495 North l.th
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FOR SALE Real Estat
lt-acrea extra axnd anil. T-mL X.
g1 Fine location, rood modern
room plastered bouae with water and
light systems. acre in cherries,
pea dies and prunes. Balance cultiva
ted land. Trade for a stock ranch up
to $1004.09. What have yon?
ze aukgh js4ee.ee
It-A. cultivation. f-A. oaU and
veaftch sown. I-A. ready for stsawber-
friea, road dark soil, R. bouse, barn,
aew poultry noose, 1 cows ana some
cfcicKens. win give unerai terms, lo
cated on pared Highway, Ha elec
tricity and only 1 mOe to scboot and
New T-room bouse, good barn, san
dy loam soil, -about K of It tn fil
berts, wahrata, cherries, strawberries
and raspberries. Has a need Income.
"Will trade-' for a ranch of from St to
I A. that wU make a good dairy
: proposition Just so it la on a good
TS ACRES H5B.
This is a modern nlaee. fine loca
tion, extra good solL, fiate modem
heme wtth a trout stream -taroach the
place and la priced light. Wants a
amauer raacn does to- eaiem. i nn
place is stocked and' ti unlearn I
we nare a gooa mniimn a ac nouse
( K. Ith it to rent for $M.M per
month. Is your bouse and household
dar pi at acted from llrer It not see
us at once.
BEARS k TUCKER. Realtors
1$4 South Commercial Street
$4500 buys 221 A. in Polk Co. -rm.
bouae, some atoek and eatilpment
4 Salem houses to trade for large val
21 A. $ mL from Salem, tn logans,
cnernes, walnuts, itso. wui
consider city sroperty.
20 A. fruit, berries, 7-rom house) trac
tor, aisc, etc, ouu, terma
J. F. ULRICH
325 SUte Street Tel. 1354.
HOUSE Vi acre cheap. N. Salem,
see owner, 44 union, saiem.
Will trade my $1150 equity In good
house in N. Salem for vacant
small house in West Salem,
SEE Mrs. Kills witn
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
330 SUte Street TeL 1727.
FOR 8 ALB: Estate property at a
bargain, s room nome furnlsned. in
fflayJ'or V"o eefT
and 5 p. m. L. E. StifOer.
4 tu .ji
line. Best of soil, only 47 50.
.1 r LS,. : 7sa
cash, bal. to suit Why rent?
Beautiful lot In Kay's 2nd Add. on
North 18th St Only $235 and assume
SEE W. G. KRUEGER
For Good Values
14T North Commercial TeL 2 IT.
FINE large lot and good t R. house
with good basement, and. iarnace. si.-
850. Small payment with terms like
rent Phone 47 V.
R M. EARLB
224 No. High St Phono 3243
A reliable Salem realtor selling city
and farm DroDerty of all ftuntla, SDe-
delist in exchanges ot all kinds of
mfhd4rrv home, flreolae. baMttimt.
" , . . . I
oic, juui cuvereu mm uii k uceuius i
nut. and iruit trees, oemes,. garuen,
nSrhort, 7$. T Rural avenue; telV
rvvi 1 1 t-w rwneisa rarava naoevi err rear i
34 A. farm near town, good soil.
30 In cult., baL timber, fan bldgs.
Karrlfi 12000: some exchange.
Nice acre sub. heme, good Dldga,
fruit close in. S210& XZUQ casn.
about half In cult Bal. timber and
its a nisa trannya TawTTt
pasture, good bldgs, fruit 50 A. clo-
ver, snap. s per A. xaae uu in
PERRINE m MARSTEKS
212 Gray Building
FOR KALE Fatrmourit Hill resi
dence with a wonderful view. Built for
home by owner. A. J. RAHN. 1510
Fairmount Street Phone 1927,
320 Stale Street TeL 17 ZT.
1 acre on Pacific highway, close
In, 4 rra. house with basement and
electricity. $2800. owner wants more
4 o. Tltk rm hnua Mod
chicken house at Auburn. 42500. wlB
rent and let you nuy later.
. , , -
a unua lu reui ui icanc. nui
man good proposition who has good
reference. 5 acre tract east for $4,-
000. -will take tract or timber or
small house in Salem.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
175 South High Street
IY)R SAT. PI
S21. 000.00. 86 acres of Howell
PiaHa land In hteh statu of mltl
vntifin Good barn and new modern 7
room house. Hardwood floors, fire-
place, full basement furnace, electri-
n t. a nra .ak v.t.M T.pmi
43150.00. Modern a room nome in
rood location. Flrerjlace. full base-
ment Lawn, anruooery ana trees, in
Hollywood district $208.00 down and
125 0 month.
tiAAA AA R na fair house. eood
barn, chicken coop. Berrjes and
fruit Close in East WUI take a good
h nil as in Salem.
2009 N. Cnpltol. Tel. 2107.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
NICE, well Improved 25 acres, on
the pavement suitable for poultry and
berry raising to exchange for small
er acreage or city property.
TT r? KT?TELT)S
Oregon Building TeL 1781.
U acre with 7 room modern home.
oriced for quick sale at -$4300: Will
SEE Mrs. Ellis with
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320- State Street TeL 1727
23900. Mv atrictlv modern except
- 1. 1 A
rirepiace, o n. uuugiuuw, .iwu.
floors, basement furnace,- laundry
trays, garage, on .beautiful corner lot,
uoiu bis. pa.viw, iniai utij '
acreage or good car aa part. payment
BECHTEL or THOMA BON
24V State Street Room 4.
TRADE Choice ten acre
close in. good buildings. $7500. Take
part city property, 10 acres close in,
small house, paved highway. $2000
Take part city
city property, or wUl
F. L. WOOD
341 SUte Street
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WOMB WOM-TjJ vM lLLmJLNr3HT-ArT MMrf
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Over on the coast we have 1704) I
acres for 110.00 per acre.
It has elec- I
tricitr. water svstem. 200 acres seed
ed, on the Roosevelt highway, suitable
for camp ground, dairy or sneep
ranch. Owner will consider exchange
for Improved valley farm or Income
''afrtHLCHRIST A PENNINGTON
300-10 U. a Bank Building
FOR SALE FARMS
S ACRE SNAP
This farm sold once for $12.00, 1
owner a non resident, will sell for
$5500. Good soil, all cultivated, land,
I R. hauae. barn. S voulrry houses.
Paved road not far from Salem. Hur-
ObuniUi or inuaASun
341 SUte Street
TWO farm bargains. 10 acres black
SOIL rood building, !T5 per were.
100 acrea stz miles out, 140 per acre.
$41 State Street
WANTED REAL ESTATE
WANTED Good farms that can be
rented- or sold at bargain prices.
J. LINCOLN ELLIS
442 Stafe Street
T Dm7o lmy bus-
TTTtrTr gTrp a a nvi cxirriAal
iness for J5000. It has paid me bet-
I. .t rnt kui i.
ttA nMfi v,hw drlnff
U businesa Tradt uitTxor
acreage. SEE ......
BEUUTKli or XilUJO-AS'JrN
341 State Street Room 4.
MONEY TO LOAN
LOWEST INTENT BATES. 1
tt a y aca a tf-evV BP ft T 1?t2 I
BERT T. FORD
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDa
CITY AND FARM loans at lowest
rates, oesx terms umnmsuit. irar
insurance department, offers yon ex
pert advice and service in all ltnea
HAWKINS ROBERTS (Inc.)
TeL 1437 204 Oregon Bide
Federal Farm Loans. 1 per cent, I
m: . ia wii , . omt ouvcw
LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE
On nlain notes, endorsed notes.
furniture and pianos. All tran
sactions strictly confidential.
STATE LOAN COMPANT
313 Oregon Bids. Second Floor
Corner State and Hlsrh
Office hra 10:00 a. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Telephone 921, Licensed by Stats
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce your payments.
sou seep xne car.
P. A. HIKER
Cor. Liberty St and Ferry
fnone 11 oaiein, tjre.
d n n sarar r n n n ra rLMkAArkJkjyjxnJJyf
or other good security. Repayable
un luiiuLuib v.ai a aeacss
First National Bank BWig. Phone 1200
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE-Jersey heifer or trade
for ewea Tel. 105-Z 5
BARRED Rock Dullets from Van
Kleek stock, ready to lay, $1.25 each.
W. B. Frtnk, R. 5, box 8, oaiem.
FOR SALE WOOD
A-l dry second growth fir. $5.50
cord delivered. Tel. 2IF4.
Big 2nd fir IS. Ash $6.50.
UK X WWW 11 111. U1U Lll.
fth fir. Oak and ash wood any
iV5ii,TmI TrS t
;V:i " 1
1 uiucas west, tu uuuxe. i c tfticui.
HARBAUGH FUEL CO.
TeL 3449 Night 1990.
14 In. and 4 ft wood on hand at
.11 Dm. Aim nlaner wood. Tel. 29S5.
I Tracy's Fuel Yards.
I DRY fir and oax wood, coal and
fuel oiL Call on us for pricea We
1 give good measure, goou quauiyenu
I crrwH mrvln4
laiuuh lKA.ar r.n biumub
I Teleohone 3131
1 v-f-r: -..... . . ..
GUARANTEED DRY Wood coaL
I TeL 13. Salem Fuel Co.. 752 iraae.
I WE have 16" wood on hand all the
time. Prompt delivery. zt a. uiu.
Cobbs A Mitchell Co. Phone 313.
14 In. old fir $7.50 cd. TeL 26F33.
4 Corners Garage.
VljVUVVrVVVVVVVta-rif Aaaaa afc
Wood sawing. Roblna Tel. 2962J.
WOOD sawing. Tel. 122S or 1131.
FOR SALE USED CARS
1 . -
IVnSlfv Mfitor CflVTIDanV
I ., .
st 1 r 1
I . fl ltl LiHra
Late 1929 FordOr Sedan
1,,, snm-t Roadster 415.00
1 1,17 Chevrolet Coupe new
I -Mv.w,,t rnndltlonad .. 265.00
hue ns.w riT5
1 I,' , ' 10041)
I L i.
1925 Chevrolet coupe i vv
I . 0,-vrolet Roadster 125.00
I j jjjg Chevrolet Tudor sedan 185.00
Fnrdor Sedan sw.uv
I x9S Touring, good aide cur
I ,11 in.
u,e rv SVontenac head 100JO
,.2g a. A. truck 6 speed? .... 450.00
, Sic T T triiMr mlrkstell tla 165.00
I " tpr!c TP.AliV.S
1U11U1U . . .
We nar eash for good used cara
Center at Liberty TeL 199a.
'Valley Motor Company
TeL 1995 Center & Liberty St
and is frrowlng good. Will sell 49 To -7 "J ""
for $2000 to one or more parUea If JJode T Ford touring
interrMtfA write Box 107. car!19"' Model T Ford touring .
,"te.rea' wrK" DOX lvt car' 125 Model T Ford 4 door se-
FOR SALE USED CARS
KrC av'c 9nw ITa1 (Tars
waj v a.
With an O. K.
102 Chevrolet Sedan
102S Chevrolet Coupe,
1023 Pontlae Sedaa
!lI Buick Coach u
1027. Cher. Coach
19?" Essex 4 doer sedaa
1924 Chev. Coach
19 2 Chev. Coupe
lyti star Touraur. aiasa lno. 15.04
l2g Hudson Coach 174,00
REMEMBER IT TAKES MORE
THAN PRICE TO MAK" A BAR-
Used car department
333 Center Street
Pontiac coach $200.00. 3100 North
Ford and Buick
Used Car Lot
1920 Buick Standard Coupe $75.00
1427 Buick Sport Coupe 650.00
124 Buick Coach overhauled 25.00
1025 Buick Master Coupe 315.00
1930 Chevrolet Coach 150.00
1929 Model A Ford Spt road
ster : 415.00
192 Model A Ford Spt coupe 475.00
J??! Model A Ford Spt, Coupe 275.00
"J""1" wa .,ft ftll
.Aav r . . m. tt be nn
jaupmooiie e v,oupe
Will S??Hf5' CoSt rs52 2So0
ifl. Wk.WV W..,. A,,VVW
1927 Pontiac Spt, Rds. 250.00
1924 Studebaker enclosed tour
ing for few days j. 95.00
1024 Studebaker Coach 185.ee
1922 Wlllvs-Kaiaht touring 25.00
r.a f -k i I c? a tVA A A
1SH Essex Coach - - T5.00
gfl1em Used Car Center
Marlon A Liberty
North end of Ford agency.
1S9 Chev. coach. E00O milea Rea
sonable. Take trade In. 1191 Ruge
... w c.i. su c k.ii iK m
That tell you more about a Used
Car titan a Thousand "ChUma"
Five Days' Free Trial
90-Day Battery Guarantee
S0-Day Service Guarantee
for Replacement of
1929 Commander 8 Sedan $1230.00
I X ' - 3 Vlil IIIAIIUI V KTVUcaaa
I PLEDGE BACKED
i . M. . H . am
"is ""J- n
1929 Essex Challensrer Sedan
I ,nK I -. I . n n
1928 Hupmobile Sedan . 476.
124 Hudson 7 -pa as. Sedan 895.
1924 Rollln Sedan 275.
1921 Essex Coach
19 2i Overland Touring
State Motors, Inc.
Hudson Easex Studebaker
Tel. 1000. High & Chemeketa
Guaranteed Used Cars
a written guarantee.
1929 Oakland 2 dr. sedan $775.00
192$ Oakland Coupe, like new 535.00
1927 Oakland Sedan 405.00
,Q OoVlanH 4S.-. 00
m7 Pontlac cpe 24R.O0
" Pontiao ar. beaan
12S Fontiao coupe 4a.uu
1924 Dodge Coupe
1924 Star Rdetr.
I 192 Essex Coacn
Star touring with enclosure 95.00
Motor Co., Inc.
Phone 2125 Pontiac
1 ,-0 N jria'h S
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NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT OP
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 Marlon, as Adminis-
i tratrli of the estate of W. A.
Dove, deceased, and that she has
I Jl. nmllriiul aneh adminis.
I intrlv. .11 na.vna havlnv , I ml
I against the estate of said dece-
I dan ),m1it. nntlfiod tn nre.
me. at the office of Hon aid U.
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Tinildlns- Calpm Xfarinn Pfrunlv
UUUamg, bsiem, Marion county,
I Oregon, within six months from
1 the data nf this notice.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
4th 4ay ot October, 1930.
LA VILLA E. DOVE,
Administratrix of the Estate of
A. Dove, Deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER.
Attorney tor Administratrix,
Salem, Oregon. ' .
Oct 4, 11. 18, 25 N-l
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EMIT IS SUCCESS
The reception and program at
the Lincoln, school Thursday
night under th sponsorship of
the Lincoln Parent-Teacher asso
ciation was well attended by pa
trons ot the school. In the recelT
ins line to greet the visiting par
ents were Dr. B. F. Pound, mem
ber ot the school hoard, and Mrs.
Pound; George Hug, superinten
dent of schools, and Mrs. Hug.;
Miss Darethy Tayiar, principal of
the Lincoln school and the entire
Following the reception a short
program was enjoyed. Miss Edith
Ftndley played a nvmher of mar
imba solos. Miss Aldeane Smith
sang a greup or solos and Mrs.
W. H. East gave a .group ot piano
Short talks were given by
Wayne Greenwood, president of
the association; .Miss Taylor,
principal ot the school and Dr.
Pound who pointed out the in
fluence which the Parent-Teacher
association has had upon the
progress of school affairs in Sa
lem. Until a year ago, Dr. Pound
pointed out, the Lincoln associa
tion was the only Parent-Teacher
organization in Salem, where
as now there are several in ex
istence and plans under way for
an organization iu connection
with every school In the city.
After the program an hour was
spent in visiting Che several
rooms ot the school and in in
specting the work of the chil
dren. Light refreshments were
MIC SAFETY IS
DISCUSSED BY DOSS
Discussing plans for highway
safety in motor traffic Hal Hoss,
secretary of state, addressed the
Ad club Friday and outlined
some ot the work of the traffic
bureau. which is under his direc
tion. Re announced his inten
tion to ask the legislature to re-
more the 35 mile-per-hour speed
limit and substitute a law which
will make recklessness rather
than speed the test. He pointed
out the difficulty of enforcing
the speed law. and deplored the
influence of the law in teaching
youngsters to violate law.
Hoss also recommended some
legislation which would give the
trail lc department authority to
provide some real test for issu
ance and renewal of drivers' li
censes; also some guarantee
that vehicles seeking license are
physically fit to operate without
danger on the roads.
While the rate of accidents is
growing over the country, by
about 10 per year; Oregon's
rate is decreasing about 10.
Oregon also stands with the low
est auto accident death rate of
any of the western states based
on miles traveled.
Jury which yesterday heard the
case of A. L. Cootes against Nel
son Brothers returned a verdict
for the plaintiff and against de
fendant in turn of $400 plus in
terest from February IS, 1930.
The Jury, with Charles E. Smith
as foreman, had the case under
consideration an hour and a
Quarter before a verdict was
The suit was over alleged faul
ty operation of a refrigerator
plant. Cootes sought $1,000
damages in his complaint.
Case of Rice against Berger
was opened yesterday afternoon
but not finished. - The suit in
volved a' promissory note which
plaintiff took on trade and which
he claims was misrepresented. He
istrying to recover the value.
"Sugar" Sweetland, southpaw
hurler now owned by the Cubs,
was unable to win for the Phil
lies last season, he says, due to
the mental hazard of the short
rightfield fence in the Philadel
phia ball park.
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Bids will be opened at 7 P. M
Saturday, November 1st, at the
office of the City Recorder of
Jefferson, Ore., for relining the
City Reservoir with a 6 inch re
intorced concrete wall and floor.
Specifications In the Recorder's
The right to reject any or all
bids is reserved by the Water
E. E. HOWELL.
Recorder of the City of Jeffer
LOSE COURT CASE
By RUSS WESTOVER
MEVER &BcAl THIS
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SlL.L.y OF HE
An offer U make a five months'
lecture tear during- the Winter of
19S1-X2 has been made to Major-
General Smedley Batler, Com
mander of the JSanne ase at
pec ted the famous marine will
war on AUT VrUDB i rvwwu.
which would include his Philadel
phia and prohibition experiences.
WILL BE OFFERED
Prof. Alfred G. Lunn, chief in
poultry work at the State Agricul
tural college was a Salem visitor
yesterday. Ha stated that com
mencing early in November poul
try courses or lessons will be sent
ont to those interested in poultry
work and then on each Tuesday
evening a radio talk covering these
lessons will be given from the col
lege. Prof. Lunn is also quite busy
at this time working out the de
tails of the O. S. C. exhibits, at
the Pacific International Live
stock show from his department
and with Professors Crosby,
Knowlton and Pox, will visit the
International Livestock show the
first ef the week to remain for
several days. In fact. Prof. Fox
will place the awards in the big
egg show at the International and
Prof. Cosbv will probably assist
i in judging the commercial poultry
Cross -Word Puzzle
1 la theology what. is the aec
oad person of the Trinity con
sidered as the incarnation of
the deviae Reasoa?
o Having an offensive smcIL
11 Back of the neclc
12 r-Native compounds containing
17 Free from
19 Man's name.
21 What great Europe cUy
caa tains the museum where
Rembrandt's famous "Anato
mical Lesson" is hung?
24 Outer skin.
26 Edge of a garmenL
27 Military assistant
28 Who wrote "Marios the Epi-
30 What is the name for the
whole body of Mohamme
dans? 31 What race conquered Eng
land in 1066.?
35 Principal poet at4he foot of
39 What ws the name of the
brother and sister who wrote
"Tales from Shakespeare'?
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42 One of the surfaces that limit
43 Prin tea's measures.
44 Who eras ineagwrated' as Pres
ident of the U. S. in 1877
after the memorable contest
J-49 What psewdenya did Charles
61 Note of the scale.
52 Shaded walks.
SS What is the given name
Miee Coneon, the
if What French sculptor, ac
knowledges! the greatest
acnlntor of has time, created
TO 45 DAYS. WORD
The 120-day extension which
the Southern Paclfie railroad
asked last month in connection
with lowering ot rates between
intermediate and distant points,
has been cut to 45 days, states
W. P. Ellis, counsel for the
Western Oregon traffic associa
tion yesterday. The lowered ve
hicle becomes effective January
m TntnratatA Cfimmerca nun.
Hnismon had given the Southern
Pacific until November Z to
publish the revised tariffs' and
make them effective. The South
ern Pacific replied by asking far
a 120-day extension, dating from
The Interstate Commerce com
mission , through pressure
brought by the Western Oregon
Traffic association, succeeded
last spring in bringing abont a
substantial reduction in freight
rates through application of the
fourth section case, a clause in
the Interstate Commerce com
mission statutes which state
that rates between intermediate
and distant points shall not morr
than double those between port
to port districts.
Heretofore rates between in
termediate points have been. at
times. 300 per cent higher thsn-port-to-port
rates. If a shipper
crew sending goods between
Portland and Ashland, under th
old schedule he would pay a
much greater rate than he would
were he shipping goods to San
Francisco and bay points.
It was with this injustice In
mind that the Western Oregon
traffic association, made up ot
leading cities in western Oregon,
sought substantial reduction in
The fourth section case has
been before the commission a
number ot times and is said by
Ellis to be the most misunder
stood section on the commis
Benny Friedman, former Mich
igan AU-American quarterback
says Albie Booth of Yale is a
great half-back, not because h
is fast, but because he paces hit
Yale football teams, accordini
to the experts, labor under the dis
advantage of outmoded and cum
7 What great canal in New York
was opened in 182S?
8 Spread for drying. i
9 Part of "to be."
10 Make a short, sharp sound.
13 Pole set up before the house
of certain Indian tribes.
15 Operatic number.
18 Who was the mother of Hale
22 What was the country of the
25 What sear of the first megnU
tndo is in the constellation
27 Beasts of burden.
29 What measnre of length equals
five end a half yards?
32 Wingless bloodsucking insects.
33 Rave. .
34 At what resort in Prussia was
a famous despatch received
which precipitated the Franco
37 Kind of Dutch cheese.
38 Who was head ef the Bolshe
vik movement in Russia, seis
ing the government in Nov.,
40 What American ge"arl was
defeated by Sboridaa near
Winchester in 18641 , 1
41 Refuse admittance, tt-J
44 Come to a stop.
45 Musical .composition for one
60 The letter l-
52 Myself. ,
54 Note of the musical scale.
Herewith is the solution to yes
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