The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 28, 1931, Page 9, Image 9

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The CHUG ON CTATTSilAN, Calea, Oregon, Saturday tlornlnrr. Jarch 23. 1S21
assumes no fl-
The State
-l responsibility tor errors
I.TSir D!v a PPar in sdvertise-
?nt published in It cosmos.
"en" .her this paper is at
? .1 will reprint that part of tut
fult .WUL; i which the ITDO-
:,Dical mUUk occurs.
CUuiflad AdvertU-ig
Three JarUonPr Uiia
Six fo"10 7,
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v?pi. ..... .nin before DUbll-
Ul! for clarification. Copy w
after tWa time vrlll b run
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Classify- ..
HELP WANTED -FEMALE
WANTED Middle aged woman as
rSvTenllrlrea. Tel 59W.
SITUATIONS WANTED
'.I-'
ijixn rr ' ' mmmt
woman wan 0,r:
ro f reference.
ptfttwan. ,,
vv nw -as.
FOR SALE Mlscellaneoas
" V6W 8AL--Pr-ctlly iffi
..?JL house. 129 NO. Slat
FOR SALE or trade-Child", bed,
al hand ipwrer washing inachlne.
fcrs. R A. Wet. Garden Road. Rt.
. Box 103- . ni. , M: - - ---'"- -
T mowers sharpened and repalr
eTll Harry W. Scott. W, deliver.
- - mil inrn-iii ' ' --"--
FOR 8ALE-Klectrlo water hestef
with wlrhut. swiicn. eic. -- '
FOR SALE: shafting-, pulleys, ban
era Stateam ra x u mi .. t.
FOR SALE Old papers. 10c bun-
ole. Statesman ouice.
Typewriter a. all makea,iiew and
C-.1 Adder, end typwrHera for rent
Typewriter Eschanee. 4-1 Court St-
- - - -i i-i i - - - --
Sewing fflachlnes
-. Mnair them, snr make.
charges reasonable. Bargain-la swd
tised machines, singer eewmi -
chiae Co-. 631 -C?3.y w' -
FOR BALE Ornamental trees and
s'iruba. ran trees aou rji
teas Nebraska Ave.
24 In. band. saw. 1694 N. Com!
TRADE Miscellaneous
m mm waiawiiwpaa
TRADK 12 ixxurs speeisi seaan
t&r wood in the woods. 464 8a. 17th,
fr-tlem.
WANTED MisceHaaeous
r .nyiimnlnr and s&rdSBtlna o( all
tin da. VYyle, toe saroner. -e
WANTED UMd
ptaaos. la
chsncs oa radios, phonographs;
or far
1
tnr. H T
Stlf Fttrrli-nr Oorwnany
; MISCELLANEOUS .
- R. A. West, well drUler. TeL
114FS. Garden Rosd.
Expert top gra'tlnsT. Inquire Frult
laad Nursery. Et de Sstem ar-
siory. Phone 59Ji. !
ROOM and BOARD
WANTED Board C days each
week with first class weals snd com
fortable modem well warmed room.
Address P. O. Box 121. Salem, giving
terms, location, and full details. Do
not waste your stamp If room. Is not
well wanned and food right.
Room and board $2$ up. Near post
office. 2& S. Cottage, 1443J.
EXCELLENT board and cheerful
room is private home. 240 Center.
tir jLnjxrtirrsrij"u"h
Rooms, board; hot, cold
TtrnMe for sirla. Tel. 1547-R.
water
i OR RENT APARTMENTS
Cuts B. apt. Tet H42M.
Furnished apt-. 442 N. Liberty-
Patton apartments with, private
bath, nicely furnished. Located in
business district. Call Patten's Book
store. -" i .
Furnished I room apartment, over
stuffed furniture. Also 2 -room fur
aisiied. Everything famished except
rat. 2 blocks north of Buslckg Mar
ket. 21$ Division, Adults only.
Three furnished rooms stiltsWe for
three, close In, adults only, lights,
eater, phone. $11.00. 541 Mill St
IbtatsarasssabesStati
Famished apartment at the - Vir
ginia. Electrlo stove, slectrokold. heat
and water. Call at ence. TeL 247$.
WELL ' furnished rooms and ants.
for rent at 3241 Basel Ave. TeL
I 1JJ4W.
. Nice furn. apartment 15$ Center. '
' Center.
.-Three man. neatlv furnished asart-
tnect, fnrnare heat private bath. 645
Court. TeL 1457.
Nice furn. heated apt. 59 Union.
Ambassador
Bsaatlful modem apts.. elec. refrlg.
and ranges.' $20.00 and up, completsly
frr?he1.
FOR RENT HOUSES
RENTALS
; F. L. WOOD '
- S41 State Street
FOR KENT Flats for sdults. t to
T rooms. $30 to $40. Also houses, etc.
BECKE m HENDRICKS .
119 North High Street
BES5T RITNTAL3 ' ' '
AT BECHTEL THOMASON
211 State Street Room 4
$1$ to $40 MONTH .
COSET three-room fur. apt-, ground
floor. crar. T. A. Albert, 44$ Milt
FOR RENT
Furnished housekeeping room kit
rrenette. Lights, water and garage,
$T.4 per mo. 4 R. bungalow, break
f t nook and garage. $18.00 per mo.
TeL 145XJ. ,
TILLIE THE TOILER
10c
10
at oa
2Sc
OH, HELLO. Mft C11ANG you
050 sHeXBsi or
pour vou otdiy
-HELLO
"3brJHS
FOR RENT
Room tor nt Al
Chemeketa. Tel. llliw. .-
0
FOR SALE Heal Estate
FOR BALB1!'iirtnoit nm
denes with S wonderful trlew. BuDt for
Falrtnount Ftrset. Phons IS2T. . "
t2 Stats Strea . TsL
FOR SALE OR TRADC-K.. K
TeiJl W hfuso" "i0 cnt lot.
REATTTTinrT. Trrv?
Kwrliah Xypn.. Strictly modern,
except ftrttplaca: Has rooma beat
e pnraiding lights. Full cement
bosertwNit. farsac. Sta. Uuadry trays,
grassed 4n bark mrrh r:..v. . J"S
tlful lot. slobbery, lawn, ftpTi?.
75t only $Oo j dowa ; fcalaacs saay
terms. To ti se
BECHTEI. A TTTOXr 4 C-1VT
4tx otai ritrset
Aa!t for Mrs. i Clark.
Room 4.
12000. Boys a neat 4 room bungalow
w d. men bl, east
front, baa two bed rooms, cement
basement, $SS. cash, balance $25
per tno. ),.
$1760. Burs a three room bungalow
; with fine ejLKt front lot located on
I airmoujTt Hill, paved at. east
-front, lot pxl feet. (100. cash,
balance $25. per mo. to Include
taLnt-T ,MMP?ATB POSSESSION'.
aft08 Lata built. 4 room bunralow
.with two bedrooms and basement.
i -rag i east front, located north
v ? east Salem. J9. down, $25. per
... o. A REAL SACRIFICE.
11 -..I??' 1 M"1! . earaK bouse
s wlt5 fa fiB 1riew lot" located, In
8. Salem, S9. down, 1? per mo.
plus Int. f -
$3300. Lat. built English boms with
L'i. bath, hardwood floors, beau
rfrm shatle treea paved at, east
front, S2S caab. balance $35 per
tSt i N- REAL
JJTE ! FIRE INSURANCE.
Vf. 1L GRARBN'HORST CO,
... . REALTORS j
184 a liberty St. TeL tit.
.. . THE3E ARE GOOD
k ?.,APREa " acre beaverdam,
PaI- timber to trade for clear property
In Salem ; 7 miles out. good road, fair
improvements si -
54 ACRES It miles north. Improve
ments. W1U sett r trade, let us see
you. j .... , ,
STORK and 1 dwelling on good
street. $5949, clear of incumbrance,
will trade for farm or apt.
. SEE us about some good big prop
srtiea to trade, we can match you.
. NUMBER! of houses 4o rent, fur
nished and unfurnished, $8 to $35.
- LAFLAR MTER3
Ladd Bush Bank Bids. Room 9.
Three room housa tf as. irivs mnm
house, comer lot Worth. Salem, pared
A real boy. New stucco homev for
less than cost. $24. rash, or mors 4f
you base It. price $2000, good for
only this week.
F. Lv WOOD .
" X41 State Street s
$2350. Nice neat 4 R. and nook, gar
age, fine leoatloav a real bey.
$2544.- T-R. ht fine . condition, large
lot .shrubs, trees, east front, pav. pL,
basemeat. Teams.
$4200. Near C ; R. English type
borne, saedern in every way, fine tot,
paw pdu soaps terms.
NEARLY sew l R. English type
home on N. Summer. Modern In every
way. A. good buy. Terms.
aaoney man - insurance.
AC KLVC JOHNSON
32 XT. & Bank Bide TeL 837.
-r -i -,-iriiiirn-Oi'riVLrui rirxixru
Terr good room house on. Market
SC for $2750. Good terms. .
51 "acres. - southeast of Salem. ' 4
room house, - barn.' good SDrinnv all
fenced, price $4400.4 . .
:.......!.(
1$ acres, southeast of Salem, fair
bouse, barn, lots of fruit, $3000. Take
good bouse in town.
A. F. Homier with W. : CL Kxueeer.
147 N. OenVL I S f
ii n 1 1 i ' ii n "i.i'i n r ui.n
FOR SALE By owner, equity 8
room house large : garden, fruit. In
W . Salem. . $240.00- or closed car.
Terms oa balaace.1117 Rugs St.
: HOME WHT NOT?
$28. down. $18 moaih. 4 R plastered
House on paved street. -$100.00
down, $23.08 month buys a
good t B. plastered house ia tip
top shape, basement, furnace,
pave4 street,! fine location, price
$2525.00. J. j . . . ;
. FOR TRADE
4tH Acres, good soil. 4 1-A, cultiva
tion, 8-A. ! strawberries, 17 -acres
eats aad vSatcb. 5 acres good rJm
" her, good. 8 R. hoose, fair bam,
ged weU and water system, can
be Irrigated, Ditch run throuch
place; this is a good place and
.tits owner wants to trade for city
. property. What, have you? . . . .
SEK SEARS at TUCJtER
184 B.i Com'L Street
' FOR SALS .Rooming' bouse lease.
11 rooms all nicety furnished, gross
income 8289 te $400.00" per month.
Has II tenants Lease calls for $44.00
per month. Ha $1250.00 worth fur-
nishmga. Buy i the rarnishlngs - ana
throw in the lease. SEE
SEARS se TUCKER '.
' ' : y AT ONCE!
184 a Com'L St
This is a good place, doss In.
Beautiful stucco borne. rma and
floored attic, strictly modern in every
way and unusually fine construction,
built by one of the best masons m
Salem for nimeeir, nne siirnooeiy.
price $52a0.00. WiU take borne op to
$2008 as part pmC
Suburban home one acre, newborns
with fireplace, bwd. floors, wired for
elec range, not, oa paving, just
the place to rear- your cnuoren. jj,-
800.. , '; .; . ,; j j -j , ; . ... . , -
JLdL noose In ten sots., large corner
lot, excellent location, $8000 and will
take city property or. tarm. uiness
makes change accessary.
WINVm PETTTJOHN, Realtor
1H Smith High
NEW STUCCO HOME
' $ rooms, ttardwood floors in
olentv or bnilt ins. "fireplace.
.part.
saentT furnace, laundry traya, . targe
lot. Worth $4300. Priced for short
time $09. pevinsT extra. 1-10 cash,
baL monthly. j '
LEO N. CHILDS CO, Realtors
829 State Street I . TeL 1727
- SUMMER STREET HOME -.
' t nice rooms and Istk attkv beau
tiful lawn and Shrubs Priced for few
days $1800 below cost. Soldier's Bon
us loan can be assumed. Total price
only $4750. "
SE13 Mrs. Ellis with
LX N. CH1L.D8 CO., Realtors
820 State StreetTT- Phone 1727
-XHATT - VoO-L. !-.
My CHfiCK. TtDR. THE"
Rirs.T - lts-t'ss sere, -that
vaooup e8 $9, goo -
AT s SO A HAB0.'
"cBjCMaA - stock1
isr mst cnet!
ri
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. ... a i
FOR SALE Real Estate
----- -i ii . mMmi
FOR SALE 3 houses snd lots and
8 acres. Cheap, laso ALarkee Rr
EXCIIANnFU-Roal ratals.
e ............ . r n ri alTm
IzStO rhnl, .w, maX t
room bungalow, has elec. tighta, paved
rd. Trade for a good homo in Salem
and assume soma. What have vou f
See mya gents
; BECHTEL ft THOMASON " "
341 State Street " - - Room 4.
FOR SALlt FARMS
On Parlfle highway, 1 A 8 rnv
strictly, modem home, electric
- water system, - frltfaalrw A bar-
gain at $4000. k - -
8 rm. and bath, plastered house, full
else lot. $1200. $300 wife handle,
10 A. en Pacific highway, filbert a, lo
. sans, wamuts, well, . electrlo
Sump, rood house, plumbing,
Ehts. Price $6500. T . -880
A. stock ranch,. 100 A. In srop,
- baL pasture and geed timber. 8
: rm. house, large barn, running;
water all year round. Well fenced
wtrh woven wire. A real bargain
".at 'I 1,01 CT- ' -' i"
68 A. SO under plow, fenced and cross
fenced. 2 weUs and spring. Good
location.- electrlo lights sva liable.
Price $3500.
J. F. ULRICH COMPANY
125 State Street . Phone 1354
Will sacrLC.ce well imnrovad 00
acre dairy farm. - Small cash pay
ment or some trade accepted. Own
er, 515 North Summer St. "-
OPPORTUNITT KNOCKING
Buy Ranch Be Independent
JO-Acrea good solL Most all in cultl
, vat Ion, good 8 R. house, barn, run
ning water. 3 horses, 3 cowa, 50
bens. 3 wagons and harness, plow,
harrow, disc, S horse drill, binder.
blacksmith shop and all tool a,
" pries reduced to $4250.00. Located
' on paTernent, about" 14 mile ot
Salem. Better look, this over. -40-Acres
all in. cultivation. . fair 6-R.
house and eutbuildmee, running
water, paved road, good location.
- all stocked aad equipped, 8
; horses, - 3 cows and poultry, price
only $7000.00. . ' , .
40-Acres. 20 A. cultivation, .more eas
. lly cleared. 5-A. good tiiber, living
. trout stream through place, ever-
- green pasture, good soil, fair 4 R.
house, good dairy barn. 8 -cowa,
3 horses, - all tmplementa, tools
and feed, price quick sale $5,
000.00.
5-Acres, fair T R. bouse, rood weQ
and electricity, slso electric pump
ing' system, price reduced for
quick sale, $2750.00 In the Holly
wood district. 2 mL E. of 8sJem.
Farm bargain a going good. Bet
ter gret yours now. j
i. SEARS ft TUCKER 1
' 184 R Com! Ptreet j 1
ACREAGE
- - - - - ar" innnfirtn fLn.n
See us about these reduced prices;
88- acres. 70 A. in cultivation, fine
Improvements. Was $10,000; now $5,
500. Easy terms,
' 6 acres berries, good bldf., was $$,-
OAS now tl TSa XS Kr.a r.1 K1iv
near Monitor, sll ta cultivation, was
M.voo ; now Ibaos, and many other
buya. You could not beat these places,
SHIELDS ft BLAKE t
228 Oregon Building -TeL' 1784.
' We have 60 ' oa improved
north of Salem, smooth land, no tlov
ber, all tillable and worth $3000.00
clear and owner will trade for Salem
borne and assume. - .
48 acres good land with fair fra
provemenU on ood road worth $6,
600 and owner wants larger, farm,
A nicely improved 10 acres near
town north worth $6500 and. will take
Saleov home; . t ...
- Ws have some beaut If uJ tmbnpreved
2H- acre tracts east of Salem for $1,
000 with $10 down and $10 monthly.
A splendid stack raneb S blc barns,
6 room honss, f tne water,- 80 acres
good Ullable land, all well fenced
you can trade a small farm or a city
property.
McGILCHRIST ft PENNTNGTON'
209-18 U. a Bank Bid. . TeL 140.
REAL FARM BUTS
35 A. farm near town all in 1 eult.
Good, house, barn and outbldga 12
fins cows, crops, $5500 ; term a. i
110 A. stock ranch. 30 in cult,
Blda, springs, wells, ail fencedi'ijl,
00. want small acreage,. .i
6d A. river bottom farm, 28 hi cult,
bid era, timber, fiae road, $3500. 1
For good exenanges see oa.. $1500
to loan on mod security. i - ?
PERRINB MAR3TKRS 1
M , 'l'i" .r ii mi..ii'. -.
10 A. close to Salem, half la bearing
walnets. half In cherriea, Fine?
rm. plastered bouse, barn, garage,
1 chicken .house. $4000. - i
113 A. practically' aQ under cultiva
tion. 2 springs, 4 A .strawberries,
6 rm. house, good barn and ether
bldgs. About half in crop. 612.
750. Will consider some trade.
10 A. in variety of fruit and berries,
S rm. house, barn, garage, chick
en house, $2500. - '
Strictly modem suburban home, 1 A.
ground, 'electric water system,
frigldalre. A real buy at $4000. ,
- FOR RENT i .
4 rm. bouse. 1 acre of land, ben house,
. ; garage, electric lights, about 2
miles from city. $10.00.
f rm. house South Salem, gmrare, $14.
5 rm. partly-furnished house No. Sa
. . lem, $25.
7 rm. No. Salem, K acre land, fruit
trees, $15.
v. IT.
TTLRirrt eosnAN-r 'i '
335 Sfi Street Tel 1J8
Bosiness Opportanities
- --i'ir n i in i-ij-uri itjtjVijtjm
; SERVICE STATION
Store bulldlns;, living rooms, wood
shed, garage. Doing- a fine business.
Price $4000. Wm, trade for a farm
up to $4500. This Is worth whUs look
ing up, SEE . - i
BECHTEL ft TiiOiLASON
341 State Street . Room 4.
MONEY TO LOAN '
NEED MONET QUICKLT7
Cash Loans of $16 te $306 !
. Within 24 Honrs "
Small Monthly Repayments
TouTl be surprised bow easily a loan
can be arranged. Our friendly and
courteous service has helped many
when they needed money quickly.
Come In, "phone or write for full In
formation. There is' no obligation,
BENEFICIAL 7) AIM "SOCIETx
113 Bllgh Bldg. f 12 Stats TeL 3-7-4-0
Licensed by the State !
Federal Farm Loans. IH per cent.
F. L WOODt 241 Stats Street. i
"Mac is
r - 1 AAiELLs lt
otve yoo.
LATESfLj
MONEY TO LOAN
"iiiiikf-aTsTirwrej-aj-is
Salary Lo am
T 2 e e p 1 e 8 t d 1 1 y
Bmployed
STATE LOAN COMPANY
'212 Oregon Bldg. Second Floor
Corner SUte and High
Office ara. 10 :00 a. to. to
-' ;30 p. m.
- Telaphons 8 3 3, Licensed by State
MONET LOANED ON ATJTOS
Contracts Reflnanced
Arrange to reduce your paytnanta, '
Ton keep the car, ? -.
" - P. A, KIKER i-
Cor. Liberty Eu and V Ferry"
Phone 181 Sstem, Ore.
WANTED to loan on rive stock and
personal property. Terms to salt
your convenience. National Loan and
Finance Co. 410 Bonk of Comf Bide.
Licensed by state.
PERSONAL. LOANS -MADE
on furniture, cars, salaries
sr other, rood security. Repayable
monthly. When la financial Deed see
us before Hosing a loan.
GENERAL INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
First National Bank Bids. Phone 1200
CITY AND FARM loans at lowest
rates. . Best terms- obta Insula. Our
Insurance department offers yon ex
pert advice and service In an lines.
HAWKINS ft ROBERTS (Inc
TeL. 1437 205- Oregon Bldg.
LOANS WANTED ,.
WANTED Private money to loan
on -real estate. -
W. H, GRABENHORST ft CO.
REALTORS
134 S. Liberty St. TeL 11$.
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
Custom hatchlmr, Warmer Hatch
ry. 2160 North Fifth. Phono 276$.
FOR 8ALE Tounr . New Zealand
red rabbits. Just right for Easter
eatlns; or breeding. Mrs. R. A. West,
Garden Road. Rt. s, Box 103. .- -
LRUs roosters for frva. 2160 North
Fifth. Phone 2766.
22es"S0ssav8saasssm
FOR SALE Rhode Island . Red
baby chicks hatched t order, only
lOo each, Rudolph Stadell, Jr, Rt. 3,
SUverton. Oregon. .
CHTX Started chlx at Warmer's.
3140 North Sth street. See them be
fore you buy. Day old chlx every
week. -
BABY CHICKS WWts Lefhonis
and Rhode Island Reds every week
at 2160 North 6th street. Phone 2766.
Baby chicks custom hatching. 2c.
Started chicks, youar pullets, dressed
poultry for saie. Market poultry want
ed. TeL 1S3F2. Lee's Hatchers.
FOR SALE WOOD
Dry 16 In. old fir. TeL 1524W
DBY. an kinds, any length. TeL
GUARANTEED DRY Wood oeL
TeL 13. Salem Fuel Cew T53 Trade. ,
16 In, and 4 ft. wood on band at
alt ttmea Alsoplaner wood, TeL 2385
Tracy's Fuel Yards.
Good dry 2nd' growth fir 85.60. Old
growtH ftr and maple $6.60. Foil cord.
TeL 1337R. - ,
12 and 16" wood, also planer
wood,' $5.00- per cord load -deuvered
from car. $5.50 from yard. Cobbs ft
Mitchell Co. 349 a. 12th. 613. - n
DRY fir and- oak weod. coal and
fast oil. Can on us for prices. We
give rood measure, good quality and
good service.
LARMBR TRANSFER ft STORAGE
Telephone 3131 .-
FOR SALE OR TRADE 16
old fir. $6.00 cord. TeL 19F4.
in.
WOOD SAWING
For better woodsawlns. TeL 1323.
FOR SALE USED CARS
McKay's for Used Cars
With an O. K. j
That Counts' '
1820 Chevrolet Coupe, Just like
new i ..I $535.08
1929 Chevrolet Coupe - com
pletely reconditioned.'' looks
fine 425.09
1929 Chevrolet Sedan, fine
shape, lots of equipment , 485.00
1928 Chevrolet' Coupe - recon
, ditioned, lots of . equipment,
looks extra good 850.00
1926 Chevrolet Sedan, - very
best of shape, bad good car 325.00
129 Model A Ford Coupe 235.08
1929 Model A Ford Sport road
ster 235.00
1927 Bulck Standard 6, coach i
very fine shape . ,. . 415.00
1831 Chevrolet- . Coupe, com- i. ' :
pletely . reconditioned, ' new, " -
paint, new -tires -',,- - 366.00
19IS TJodara Tourlnsr In eood
running shape. ' ' 83.90
Douglas McKay
Chev, Co.
430 North Commercial St. '
Used Cars,. 235 Center TeL 1802.
Bulck Two-Boor Sedan
i . . ...' . - - - .
This Is the popular standard 4
model and has had good care a real
buy at
$325 ..
Packard Service
and Sales
Phons 3739
245 Center St.
Cautious
" -:?, ' " .; " V . "'.'' ' . -": m" ' ; " " '''' ' ' ' " . . ."i" .. . J'. " I !,
vi 'I f itM N hlloi i tiluk's I ITi'm aa4o W .-rji Yi viowi4 I
AJATCh not MUVA-.Y. . p cfome to mac is eotwal C if P17 .-tooiF,.
vacje. finu ft- $ J J-if HeLf N- T o t-et TrVcr I ! lHO .
2t ? ISro' ! tA3v oar Smt HaiifT
FOR SALE USED CARS
Qood-Wili Used Cars
- SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE ;
1939-CberTolet Sedan
$50.60
525.00
in fontiao coupe
1928-Oidsmobns 4-dr. Sedan 675.00
yM7-Star Six Sedan
330.00
425.00
425.00
40.00
145.00
845.00
225.00
. 248.00
1927-Oakland Sodsn ,
1927- Nash Cabriolet -.
1928- Pontiae Sedan ,
1925-Overland Sedan
1917-Dodge Coupe-
1937-Pontlao Panel Del.
izs-ssex Bedsn
Some Real BuvS in Chean Cars -
Have two cars to trade for some
16 old growth fir. .
1927 Ford Coupe - 188.00
1927 Ford Tudor Sedan r 185.00
1925-Overland- ' 95.00
1314-Essex 4. Touting- 125.00
1 24-Ford Touring. ' , 75.00
These cars bave ' fine rubber tops,
curtains and are mechanically V
Wood-Wheaton
MotOI CO,
Oakland. Telephone 2128 Pontiao
USED CAR DEPARTMENT
645 Chemeketa Street -
Certified and
Guaranteed .
... .Pay
.. down
1920 Studebaker Commander e ' .
Sedan, wire wheels and
'many other extras - : 1416
1929 Hudson St J. Sedan. . Ortg
; inal fmlah Inside and out '
. - extra rood. A-l mechanical
ly, new 6-plr tires ( 325
1930 Cbevrelet. 4-dr. Sedan, like
- new. new tires,- new car sex.
ice
-175
1930 Chevrolet Codm. run leas
l4. Ak.. -
miles can
hardly . be . told
from . new
165
1929 WhlDoet 6-crL 4-dr. Sedan.
- New six-ply tires. Karl Keen -
trunk and many. Other ex
7 traa ' 156
l2t Chevrolet 4-dr. Sedan. New
tires. Mechanically perfect - 125
1927 Oakland Sedan, new paint .
and new six ply tires 126
1927 Chevrolet 4-dr. Sedan new .
, paint, motor thoroughly ov
erhauled, Karl Keen trunk 198
1927 Star sedan. Perfect median
JoeJly, leather . upholstery 89
1928 Hudson coach. New paint
- motor overhauled trunk
and lots of extras 199
192$ Essex Coach, Trunk, 4 new
tires, motor overhauled $9
' Your old car mar be turned in as
down payment on a better one.
STATE MOTORS, INC.
HUDSON ESSEX STUDEBAKER
625 Chemeketa Telephone 1000
Open Evenings
Valley Motor Co.
Reconditioned Used
Cars
Center ft Liberty Sts.
1920 Tudor Sedan
1930 td. Coupe , ,
1929 Cabriolet , .,
1929 StdL Coupe ,
1920 Ford Pickup
'Phone 1995.
$640.04
, 600.00
- . 43S.0O
365.00
845.00
300.00
m.oo
135.00
90.00
85.00
95.00
330.00
195.00
190.00
188.00
75.09
If ZS Bport Coupe
1927 Ford Foraer Sedan
1428 Fsrd Tuder- Sedan
1924 Ford Toe ring, RuckateU
1926 Ford Roadster -
1926 Ford Truck ' , , . ' .
1928 Chevrolet Tudor
1987 Chevrolet Coupe -' ,
1987 Chevrolet TVliver7 , '
xe vnorr otet tjoacn
6-1924-6 Coupes front 235.no to
fr-i23- Tourincs from $15.09
te 45.00
4-1920-4 Roadsters from $26.00
; to "
We Pay Cash for
: Good Used Cars
"' i i i-iirisinnunjiinnntAJijo,
Ford and Bulck
CONSOLIDATED
' Used Car Lot
1927 Bulck Master Tourlng
1924 Buick Roadster .
1928 Chevrolet Coach .
1927 Chsrvrotet Coupe ,
1928 Chevrolet Sedan '
124 Chevrolet - Sedan
1929 Dodge 6 Coupe
1923 Dodre 4 Coupe .
.$176
. $36
.198
. 186
. 4
. 450
. 45
. 435
. $75
. 486
. BOO
.176
. 176
. 95
- 75
.126
. 76
. OS
. 46
. 25
. 25
. 485
. 65
.228
315
. 325
. 165
1829 Ford Hpt Coupe
1929 Ford Closed Cab pickup
1929 Ford, 3 window for doc
1920 Ford - Coach -
1927 Ford Fordor
1027 .Ford Tudor Ruxtell
1926 Ford Touring
1926 Ford Roadster
1926 Ford Coupe Ruxtell
iz. r ora f oraor
1925 Ford 'Coupe
1925 Ford Cause - .
1924 Ford " Touring
1926 Ford Bug with top
1927 Hudson Delus sedan
1924 Hudson Coupe - ,
1928 Whippet Coach
192 Whippet Coupe ' , . ,
1920 Nash C Roadster
l2f Vontiao. Coach
1929 Feed tons wheel bass .
$09
226 Ford with loggia trailer IS
192 Chevrolet -overhauled 500
1928 Chevrolet ' overhauled . 225
1927 Chevrolet, "screen side .' 169
1987 Chevrolet Closed delivery 166
Salem Used Car Center
-Carton and -Liberty "
North end of VaUey Motor C
Telephone. 1027 v, ;
Two Industrial r ;
Accidents Fatal
There were two fatalities , in
Oregon, duo to industrial . acci
dents, during the week ending
March 2$, according to a report
prepared by the state Industrial
accident commission Friday. ' The
victims 'era B.' W. Laaqi, Wood
burn, bridge laborer, aadN. C
EneToldsen, Birkenfeld, La borer.
There were; 621 accidents re
ported to the commission during
the week.: :;-' ;-.';.
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Tx-Govenvor Alfred E. Smith, of
one of the coyest mules at the
-when Al made an inspection of
gaid "Maude would make a good
PIERCE DOUBTS IF
MOVE BETtFlCIAL
Ex-Gorernor " Pierce, on a visit
to Salem. Friday expressed serious
doubt as to whether the new
state agrlcultaral. department
created at the recent lerislstlTe
session, will Tftsult In any mater
ial benefit to tne farmers 61 the
aUte. ;'
"Swivel chair fanners' cannot
be considered tor director or the'
new department It any measure
of success is to be obtained." de
clared the- ex-goremor. Pierce
said he had no person in mind: to
recommend tor the appointment.
Derelopment of sheep,, cattle
and hog raising in lieu ot ex
panding .the wheat, acreage was
advocated, by ex-Governor Pierce
as a means ot assisting the
farmer."
Ex-Governor Pierce remained
over tonight to attend ft banq.net
in - celebration of the i new agrl
cnltaral. -department, j
PLAY PROFITABLE
BRUSH CREEK, March ti
The Brash Creek Booster club
took in 124.86 at its third pres
entation ofthe play, 'Oo Slow,
Mary at . the school i Thursday
night. This brought the total re
ceipts of the play up to $87.45.
The cast did partcularly well
Thursday night and the audience
was delighted with musical num
bers between acts. Vocal solos
were sung by Zelda Parrlah and
Martin Doerfler, and riolln solos
by Beryl Ottaway. '
John - Goplernd directed the
play and those taking' part were
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Larson, Lud
Tig Meyer, Margaret - Gleslk, El
mer Grace, Viola Larson, Althea
Meyer, Sam - Lore-son, Luella
Forland, Martin Maurer and Dan
Hillman. - .
Coupons Issued
For Attendance :
At Church Hour
.- ; . :
A contest tor attendance is on
at the Englewood United Breth
ren etuarch, and this week eoopon
cards tor loyalty Ta. church a.t-
KXXCCTOR ri aiKOTIC?
Notice is hereby gUen that the
undersirned as executor baa filed
his final account of the estate of
Dora Walker, deceased, wUh the
Clerk ot the Coantr Court of the
SUte of Oregon tor th County
of Marion, and an order has been
made and entered by aaid court
fixing the 27th day of April, 1921.
at ten. o'clock in the- forenoon, as
the time for hearing the aaid final
account and objections thereto. If
any, and that any creditor, heir
or other person interested. In said
estate may, , on or- before eald
time, show cause why said final
account should not be approred
and settled as rendered. -
Dated this 28th day of March,
im.
- S. Ellis Purrlne,
Executor of the Will and Estate
of Dora. Walker, Deceased.
John Bayne, -(-..
Attorney for said Executor.
: . ? t M 28-a-4-ll-18-25.
By RUSS WESTOVER
BRUSH GREEK CLUB
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Now York, pictured with 'Maude,"
Marvine Colliery, at Scran ton, Pa,
one of the veins of the mine. Ho
mascot for the Democratic Party.
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tendance Win be Issued to all
members. During .the next three
months all are to evidence pres
ence at 'the morning worship by
earing a coupon In the offering
plate. V j. :" ........
The official board of.tlie church
will meet at; 8:3d o'clock Thurs
day night, immediately following
prayer .meeting. .The Woman's
Aid society will meet Wednesdsy
and each day ot the week at 4
o'clock ' the church membership
class tor boys and girls will be
held." : .; : ,.
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Scio Residents
Hold
For New Pastor
SCIO. March 27 About 40
friends of Revi and Mrs. Ralston
surprised them Wednesday : by
gathering at their home to spend
the ereniag. Rot. Ralston is the
pastor of the Christian church at
Scio, and the family hare just re
cently mored here.
Ber. A. G. Selgiea. returned
missionary' frpm Slam; Rer,
Henry Albert of Albany, and Rer.
Ralston, each gare a snort taix.
f GUESTS AT SCIO
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SCIO. March; 27. Rer. and
Mrs. A. L. Selle and baby, who
are missionaries to Slam, and Mrs.
Otto Barrett and two children of
Santa Crux, CaL. ara visiting at
the home of , Mrs. Mylo Barta.
Mrs. Bart it is a'; sister ot Mrs. Set-
gle and Mrs. Barrett.
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Veteran Janitor at 'phono
Office Retires Upon
Company Pension
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Charles Lee Ho. venerable tele
phone company janitor, soon will
bid "goodbye" to his hundreds of
friends -in Salem. He will leare
early next month for China, where
he plans to spend his declining
years with his family and rela
tives. Announcement of Leo Ho 's re
tirement from service with the
company was made, yesterday by .
IL .Y. Collins, manager.
Lee Ho Is retiring Toluntxrily, -
and under the telephone com-.
panys plan for its - employees of
long service, he will receive a
monthly pension. Though not
large In American money, the pen
sion. It Is understood, will make
Lea Ho a comparatively rich man
in his native country, and his re
tirement s should bo one ot com
fort and of plenty.
Employed Hero -Since
October, 1007
' With the exception of a year'a
furlough In 1914. Lee Ho has been
continuously employed by the
telephone company here for moia
than 24 years, starting la Octo
ber. 1307. During his long resi
dence he has earned the respect
and friendship of scores of Salem
business men and others, and has
been known for his honesty and '
derotion to hla work
In China. Leo Ho Will join his
family at Hong Kong, where he
may .be resched through a cousin,
Tal Lun, a merchant at Of Jer
rols street in that city. The vet
eran Janitor, wdto Is now prepar
ing for his departure, plans to sail
from -Seattle on April 7. ?
Lee Ho Is uncertain" as to his
age. but thinks it is In the neigh
borhood of 82 years.
Washington to
Succeed Dawson
With Artillery,
Major William C. Washington,
now stationed at Fort Leaven
worth, has been assigned by the
war department to the 249th
coast artillery, with headquarters
In Portland., This was announced
at the national guard headquart
ers here Friday.
Major Washington will succeed
Major C. A. W. Dawson, who has
been transferred to San Francises
for transport duty.
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March 27 Mary
J.. McCali; tha six year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
McCali. fen on i barb wire at
the Jacob Densel home- Thursday
afternoon and cut her Up so se
verely that it necessitated three
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