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EXCHANGE Real Estate
Soma cash and lino well located Im
Anreles bungalow, clear, to exchange
tnr niiv farm. On atucco duplev,
and two atucco bungalows, clear, wall
located, to ezenans ior vauey laxu.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
176 South Hteh Street
Coma on men and women who,"
w""k let'a earn some money and
to wor.K. 'v " 7. ''l..lr. In the face.
Vmpu- toiiTsV 4XS Oregon
B1 . . . - - m m aA-wWV 11 1
J ntnmATI til fLPll tL
to'lISS month. Steady, in-women.
1 B ll rIiil vai;anw"
ally unnecessary. r. -- -
TJS" nki.n tnute. Dept
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
i-rm. turn. apt 22(1 Hazel Ave. Tal
Patton aparunanta with private
bath, nicely furnished. locatad In
twstness district Call Pat ton's Book
Mod. apta. 210 N. 14th.
FURNISHED two and three room
apartments, furnace heat, water, light.
phone, garaire, S. P. bus line, adults
lis, izz; 1064 oak st
Fur. bungalow apt, $25. Adults. 947
Mill. TeL 3298.
itlon part or full time. Own two
1st floor, clean, well furnished
room, homey apt. Prlrate bath. Gar
age. Uht and water. 290. N. 18th. Tel.
Stratton Apta. Mod. 670 N. Winter,
... . i .AifaiaA0nt Ann maternity
Nursing l-u, ..vv.;;
Heated hskpg. rooms. Ill Chemeketa.
eases In my home.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
F"R SAI.B I'ars to bun
die Statesman oruce.
Furnished and unfurnished housea
R. A. FORKNER. 1(10 N. Cottage.
all makes, new
n .11- SJ nnraprV SAleS JalU,
Liberty St Corner armory. Price, to
mlt the times. Phone 5505.
FOR RENT Flats for adults. S to
4 rooms SIS to 140 Also houses, ate
BECKK S: HENDRICKS
II North High 8trae
house, 626 N. Jlvst TeL
1st class 4 room cottage near state
house. Full basement Delightful lo-
t.i ,mf JIM. 21.66 per yd. M. cation. 125.00. 475 N. CapitoL
Kit Piedmont W. Salem. I wwmwimwwwww
Hoffman, 64 1 , Furnished or unfurnished. 2140
Orchard spray. All kinds carried in Maple.
lowest prices. i-uri y"
?ir-L". rJLf pinipm. Phone 6426. I Mod. 4 R. house, hreaVfnst nook.
T hV 17.00 tOO. R. 7.
rTra-i FOR RENT
WJa. aww . , ss r- I 1A XT drv J T
Ti,.,fifi Gonial wigs for sale or 21J0 Myrtle. 6 R.
Seasonable: call at 1145 South 444 N. 14thf 8 R.
16th or leave your phone numDer ai
The Statesman office.
Well rotted barn yard fertilizer for
sale. Phone 4 964.
Apples 25-45-60C. Good Quality. 1
off Wallace Road on Orchard
Heights. rlng boxes. Ernest Ander
FOR SALE Hotpolnt elertrlc range,
latemodel. Slightly used. Halek Elec
tric Co., S37 Court
1908 Hazel, 6 R.
H8 Marlon, 6 R.
1830 8. High, 4 R. furn.
651 Thompson, 5 R.
260 N. 15th, 5 R.
W. G. KRUKOF.R
147 North Commercial
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Custom hatching that para lowest
prioaa, axpart laoor, nest equipment
ze per agar Jan. ana sea, sua saarcn.
Special prices on quantity. - Phone
22F2. Lee's Hatchery.
FOR SALE Good gentle spaa
mule or trade for cow. Good single
horse. 111. Art SchaeZer, Ut AngeL
4 it acres suburban home, 7 R. house.
bath, elec lights, barn, garage, nen
house, nearly four acres of walnuts
and cherries, 9 years old, good well
water; price I450U. xraae ior wu
In town. What have - yout i SE-
BlKHTbli or inuman
341 State Street
Whlta Plymouth Rock roosters.
hatched from Iowa eggs. $1.60 each.1
Mrs. W. 8. Bates, Woodburn. Red 77.
Good T It plastered Jtome, nasemeni
and rurnace, garage, in
Wash, to trade for Salem prop-
T Kiniiu hnwmptit 1U A. land.
electric water system, pa v. rd-,
close to Salem. Will sell at a bar
gain, or trade for Calif, prop-
I have several good houses In town to
trade ior acreage.
1610 N. Cottage Phona 3031.
9 it XL mi. from Salem. S room
Hnnu. Aalr finnra throughout basement.
furnace, fireplace, double garage, fine
soil, will trade equity for small house
clear. Price 47&u.
E5Vt acres 2A ml. rrom jenerson.
K rnnm Tnniioo amall barn. Z2 A. cul
tlvntarl. balance Dasture. wood for
family use. Good soil, equipped, $5250,
Trade equity ior smau nouue ia
MEL, VI N JOHNSUW
320 7J. 8. Bank Bldg. Phone
w hnvo a 4 room anartment In a
wrv fine location, partly furnished,
inaa in nml worth S4500.00. Owner
wants small residence or acreage ior
A very nice lu acre improvea uati
to trade for larger farm and owner
A splendid 75 acre rarm witn isuu
encumbrance : will trade for larger
farm and assume more.
McniT-THRIST & PENNINGTON
209-10 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 4838
FOR SALE FARMS
SALE OR TRADE
I have two fine, farms; am forced
to sMl one 142 acres, also 167 acres.
both mortgaged. Will sell one farm
to save the other from being fore
closed. Best of soil, good bulldlnga
Priced right Will take some trade.
See my agents
BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State Street
BETHEL,, Feb. 23 Mrs. Car
melite Weddle and the pupils of
Rethel achnol " nra a T.lnrnln.
R. X. Red roosters, prize birds, $2.00 I nr..i.i..t.. mr .
each, also hatching eggs from mated " a"",'w" . St i
and tested flock. 60c. baby chicks
$12.0 per ISO. R. T, Box 149-A.
Wedaasdsy, Tsbcusry S
KOW 6M K. FortUa
T:15 Orgs a, NBO.
S :o 1'iut Capers, Hsu.
S:so Komaace xenaaga.
t:S0 Cooking sebaoL -
10:00 Keeptag ap Wits Dar&tar. XBC
1 10:1a Mry iiaia Martta, HBU.
and a Betsv Ross d!a-io:so womu'i Mirasia, nbc
Poultry wntd. 654 N. Lib. Tel. 46M.
FOR 8 ALE 1 pr. black mules.
T 1 l-. 1 . BAR, Itui " C A A k.
team. Fart terms. NO trauea mow dhb, voiv
logue were especially fine.
Readings, poems and musical
numbers were offered by Lorraine
Nichols, ' Helen
FOR SALE WOOD
IS In. 2nd growth fir $4 50 and 6 5.'
00. TeL 6648.
GUARANTEED DRT wood coal
Tel. 6000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade
For good wood phono IS 66. Tracy's
13:15 Fana ui Home, HBO.
1 :u ruin urter.
S:00 Better Ingtiia.
S:1S Hea41iar, NBC.
s :oo Taxpayers Lei rue, BC
S:1S Pet CUale, NBO.
s:oo Asies 'a' Andr. ABO.
S:SO -Tsammstcf. NBC.
KOAO 660 Ka. Cerrallls
T:00 Good morning esereiaea, US ay
' . iter: rial r. FaUieord.
7:13 Setting ap azerdMS, dlracUd j
A. L. Stinar.
10 :00 Home eeeaoniTea abtarvsr.
10:09 Toraorraw's meals.
10:18 Food fsets and fancies.
10:83 How's sad why's of housekeep
ALL KINDS, any length. Call 3739
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD. Oal
and fuel oil Call on ua for pricea We
give good measure, gooo quality ana
.ARMER TRANSFER STORAGE
16" old fir. 35.50.
Smith A Rubens, Thone 48F14.
FIRST CLASS FUEL
Old fir screened hog fuel.
Old Fir mill block. Dry planer wood.
Dry second growth.
FRED E. WELLS, INC
Schuli, Lillian Ham rick, Gertrude
and. Wanda Froehllck, Hilda
Bahnsen, Clarence and Betty
Bolinr. Evelyn Boles, Alfred
Bahnsen, Victor Bernard 1, Ed
ward Bcho.li, Lois Ham rick. Jean
Haln, Ha May Creech Lelsla
Dsrr, Werna Froehllck, Dean
There was a large attendance
of the school patrons and Mrs. J
M. NlChOlS, president Of the Dor-ll0:47 The msgsxiaa rack.
ran 0nh. had chares nf tTiA ln- 113:00 Tarm hoar.
.1.1.1. t 113:10 Ia the dtr's itwi.
" ur"r" w "r"- 11:35 "Irrigstioa by Wild- Floodisg.
Weddle. I If. BV. Lewis.
In the afternoon a tree-plant- I !: Market reports, cropi sad weeta-
inr ceremony took place In hon- i:WSJSSSui hoar.
ur ul -ius rvasuinsion 01-centen
nial. The Bethel Dorcas club far
nishlng a red hawthorn and an
elm tree that had been brought
from Nebraska by Mrs. E. E,
TREES PLANTED AT
Dry old fir. TeL 8331.
Old fir and ash. Phone Judd. 103F21.
12" and 16M old fir. Phone 5463.
Dry Blab and old fir. TeL 6746.
Large old fir, 16" $5 00. IleaiT nd
growth, seasoned 16" $5.25. TeL 6136.
Dry 2nd growth sawed 12 or 16 In.
Ross Bowman. Rt 2, Dallas. Phone
Old fir 16" $5. 2nd growth 4 ft 84.
Oak 16" $6.60. Bark $5 per load. TeL
Furnished mod. house, 3i0-$3!-$2
$15-320; ware house $20. For rentals.
BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State Street
- - .loanera Rent and $20-$15-$10. Partly furnished . $8-$10.
J UT,t ul t o l d. m. upper flat 310: unfurnished 110-912
""Mrs." Ralph's chicken tamalrt now
located. 654 N. L.tDeny. leu
Auction sale af household furniture,
14 th and Ferry. Watch for sale date.
IL O. Hagedorn, auctioneer.
Drag saw with mag and two blades.
$32 N. Com'l. ,
FOR SALE Real Estate
CHOICE 25 ACRE FARM
Very best of dark, fertile soli, not
far out on paved highway, 20 acres
cultivated. 5 acres pasture and tim
ber, good well, few acres In fruit, most
of which is Royal Ann cherries. Price
$3750, little cash, bal. bonus loan.
A REAL SNAP IN 11V4 ACRE
Not far out on market road, 3-4 mL
of grade and high school, most all in
cultivation, 3 acres alfalfa, creek on
one side with a few acres ideal gar
den land, 4 room house, good barn,
well. Electricity available. Price only
$16in with part terms.
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
S?0 Stat Street Phone 670S.
" BUST BEES MEET
HAYESVILLE, Feb. 2S The
Busy Bee sewing club met at the
home of Miss Alma Carrow, with
the following present: Beatrice !
Stamen, Berniece Stamen, Mary
Ito. Sachlco Famama. Irw Sea
son, Marcell Ff 67 Evelyn Sbp4-
er, Mrs. Marshall and tae ' hos
tess. Alma Carrow. The next
meeting will be held at the school
house in two weeks.
Mrs. R. W. Craven, property mia
ager; Mrs. A. L. Thomas, business
manager: Mrs. M. C. Williams, ad
vertlsing manager; and Mrs. C. O
Sloper and Mrs. M. C. Williams,
DeTelopiag Character Yelaes ia
Tamily Life: "Whim; mroetaa
Experieaeea or HoraUslagl" Dr.
E. W. Warringtoa.
3:45 Chat With tha Eaalthraaa:
5:55 Market report!.
S:30 Farm hoar.
8:11 Ia the dsr'i news.
6:45 Bpot market reports aai weather
6:50 Market review ergs, poultry
and poultry feedi.
y:0O The Outlook (or Vegetable aad
T-m yHtiii of Roili Clah: I"
vroTement of Kewly Cleared
I . I iLand." Dr. W. Tj. -Towers. '
70 Shorthand Conteit, ' eon
T hr Pref-nor H. T. Vanea.
S:15 This Interatticg Univarsa ef
Ourc "Toi emits National
Trk." Dr. L 8. Alliaoa.
8:30 Contrihntiona of Science t Oar
Well Being: '"Toe uonmoanorj
of Piyeholnry to Individual and
Indiutrlal Efficiency." Dr. H. H.
Prune tree wood for heating, 16",
$5.00. Dry and green 2nd growth $5.00.
LOST AND FOUND
lost wide black fur. Leave at tra; songs by Maurice and Harvey Moore and son cnaries irom
GUESTS AT AIR LIE
AIRLIE. Feb. 25 House
meets at the home of Mr. and
Curtain numbers Included: se- Mrs. E. R. Moores over the week-
lections by the Ed Wunder orches- end were Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Semi-modern 7-room home, fire
place, basement, etc.. garage, three or
six nice lots, good view, fruit, nuts,
grapes and berries. Ornamental shrub-
ats one A vptir lease on ZOZ4U I -w 1 Ttrm .all
store bldg. Rent $30 mo. Bargain, can 1 aJ, or at oarffan) terms. Owner.
Cuthbert red raspberry plants. War
per Rt 7.
at 755 Union
. TRADE Miscellaneous
Will trade laree creek lot close In
for late model light sedan or coupe.
Phone 0704 or 7H.tO.
All kinds of rifles, pistols, shotguns,
Id gold md lewelry Condition no ob
ject. Name your prlc
324 N. Commercial
vm i.ru-11- n ,.,ivmmw
WANTED Used pianos in ex
change on radios, ohonographa. of rur
nitura H L Stiff Fwmlture fgyy
n,M,m.Hni all kinds rellnlng. re
pairing, men'", women's, children's
coata Phone 4590.
WANTED Will pay 3o a pound f 01
GOOD CI.EAN COTTON rags. Must
be pieces at least square vard
WANTED Room in exchange f
help evenings by employed middle
aged woman. Rosa Porter, Salem.
Gen. rp.Luni.ll-,nnr Jt 1 -,r,r,-LrL-.- -
Fruit lars all sixea Phone 8473.
WWWWW - MW
Wan ted Coal brooder. Tel. 129F23
765 Rural Avenue. Phone 8834.
An Interesting home of four large
rma, and nook, floored attic, tile bath,
furnace, fireplace, garage, unusually
good construction, beautiful shade
trees and east front, large bearing
cherry and walnut trees, owner wants
immediate sale and will give respon
sible person terms like rent. 13500.
Investigate this at once.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
176 South High Street
Near Wllsonville farm with several
arres onion land. Joe J. Thornton,
owner, Wllsonville, Oregon.
Extra (rood 6 A. tract all In berries.
good buildings, eleotric' lights at Just
one half price, $600.00 cash and your
own terms on balance.
Good five room house In N. Salem to
sell like rent, or trade for lots In
Good stocked and equipped dairy In
eastern Oregon to trade for small
place near Salem, now this Is good and
you will like it, let s talk tt over.
I have some real good propositions
In eastern Oregon to trade that Is
clear : they will assume your mort
gage, you had better come In and see
me It will do no harm.
H. C. SHIELDS
Oreeon Building, Salem. Ore. Ph. 8902
FOR SALE USED CARS
Valley Motor Co.
1931 Deluxe Roadster
1030 Pport Roadster
1928 Essex Coupe 6 cyL
1928 Nash Special Sedan
1926 Star Tourlnjr
1929 A Panel Delivery
1929 Oldsmoblle Sedan 425
1926 Pontine Coach 145
Valley Motor Co.
Phone 3158 Center Street
Phone 7910 Lot at Marlon Liberty
1931 Dodge Deluxe panel. 5000 mL.
sacrifice, terms or trade. R. 7, Box
Adams. Mandllle Pettys and Wil
liam Anderson, members of a
male auartet from the Normal
school, and Violin solos by Mel-
The ticket sale and door admis
sion netted $45.34. - The play cast
was complimented at a luncheon
$425 by Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Sloper
- "" following the entertainment.
lem, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse 1
Moore of Portland.
LINCOLN. Feb. 23 Miss Au
drey Smith and small sister Dor
Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Smith of Portland were Helena Witzel, with
week-end guests In Lincoln at the rearcy at me piano
home of their grandmother, Mrs
TURNER, Feb. It
George Washington 200th birth
day anniversary program, given
by the Christian Endeavor society,
at the Christian church, Sunday
night included these numbers:
Music by the orchestra; reading
by Glenn Titus; "Mount Vernon
Bells" by the girls octet, Anna
Johnson, Margaret Robertson,
Rnth Gils trap. Helen Witzel, Jo
sephine Gllstrap, Helena Witsel;
reading by Miss Nannie Jennings;
presentation of small yew tree, by
attendants, Herbert Briggs and
Jack Schiller, which was dedicated
by the C. E. to the nation's first
president, speech being made by
Louis Fowler; prayer by Miss Ber-
nice Sonder; talk by the pastor. E.
Gllstrap, who honored George
Washington fn his loyalty to the
Program at School
The Bicentennial Washington
program given by the Turner
school Monday morning, opened
with the singing of America.
Memories of Washington" was
given in a playlet by members of
the sixth and eighth grades, Mil
dred Bones, Leland Greenlee,
Margaret Schlfferer, Vera Mc
Gowan, Albert Robertson. Rachel
Riches, Kathleen Sparks; recita
tion by Rosalie White; playlet by
members of the high school: Mar
garet Robertson, Katherine Sham-'
pier, Emma Denyer, Opal MJckin
ham, Delmar Barber. Albert Jen
sen, Clem Gentry, Harold Fowler
Josephine Gllstrap, Hildred
Bones. Emma Parr, Alvin Garner
recitation, Eugene Harrison; re
citation by Betty Peetz.
Letter exercise by 10 primary
pupils; skit, with Geneva Barber
in costume, as Betsy Ross, assisted
by Keith Ball. Ralph Alsman,
Alice Fowler, Lester Bones, Elea
nor Parks, Eugene Harrison, El
ton Ball, Frances Clark, Evelyn
Jensen, Jasper Glnrod.
Prof. Jones Matthews of Wil
lamette university gave an ad
dress on the life of George Wash
ington, stressing the inspiration of
his personality, a minuet was
given in costume by high school
girls, Opal Mickenham, Margaret
Robertson, Emma Denyer, Kath
erine Shampier, Anna Johnson,
Josephine Gilstrap, Helen and
proprtately decorated. The plctur:
of Washington presented to the
school by the government waa
framed and placed at th front of
the room. A basket dinner was a
feature, and tre planting. 1
Tae regular meeting of An-
keny grange No. 140 was held in
the grange hall Saturday night
daring the regular business meet
ing. Eileen Turner was given the
The resolution on Columbia riv
er project ..was adopted as read.
Max Oehler. state agricultural
agent gave an interesting talk.
Mr. Roosevelt gave a talk on
dairying and present conditions.
The Home Economics club ot
Ankeny grange held its regular
meeting Friday afternoon at the
Ankeny grange hall.
The clnb will sponsor a benefit
dance to be given in the grange
ball Friday night, Feb. 27.
The Good Cheer Sunday school
class held its regular meeting at
the home of Henry Baker Friday
night. Games and a taffy pull be
ing the main diversions.
Adjournment was made to the
lawn where ceremonies were held
for the planting of a cut-leaf birch
tree which was presented by the
high school student body. Miss Le
one Cook gave an oration.
BATTERY ELECTRICIAN I PLUMBING and HEATING
R D Barton Batteries Starter and
Kenerator work. Texaco station, ear
ner Court end Church.
PLUMB I NO -and
work. Orabr Broa.
166 Re. Liberty
Telephone 4450. R. E- Northnei
PRONE GLENN ADAMS tor bouse
dectorattnK, paper hanging, tinting
etc Rllshle workman
PICTURE PLACED AS
WOODBURN, Feb. "23 Good
crowds were in attendance at the
annual Martha Washington tea
Monday (afternoon, and a sub
stantial profit was realized. The
program and tea is given every
year by the Woodburn Woman's
club, and fund received Is given
to the Voodburn library board
for purchase of new books.
On display in the reading
rooms of the library were a num
ber ot antique pieces of pottery,
pewter ware, textiles, and fancy
work. A spinning wheel, which
was demonstrated by Mrs. Hiram
Overton, was a feature of the
display. There were also several
works of art which arecompar-
ably new. A quilt that was made
in Ireland many years ago was
on display. It was made by Mraj !
Summers in Ireland. It was taken
across the Atlantic to Pennsyl
vania, from where it was taken
across the plains in a wagon
drawn by an ox team in 1 1 8 4C.
Mrs. W. J. Wilson displayed a
quilt made 55 years ago. Mrs.
A. E. Austin had on display a
large tea jar that was brought
acrossthe plains in 18 48, a hand
woven wool blanket and a quilt
made a number of years ago. Mrs.
Maude Mochel displayed several
pieces of home made linen and
woolen cloth, two pewter spoons,
a pewter plate, and an antinque
Mrs. Henry Layman contributed
a brush made over 100 years ago
by a blind man. A leaf plucked
from a magnolia tree planted by
George Washington the year of
his death was on exhibition by A.
E. Leary. Mrs. Minnie Richards
showed an old family Bible.
House owner. 966 Market St.
THIS SHOULD INTEREST TOU
FOB SALE FOR LESS THAN COST
Beautiful English type home, mod
ern In every detail, large HvinR roo-n
with fireplace, dining: room with cor
ner cupboards, most conveniently ar
ranged Ititcnen, corner nooK witn ount
in ioe box. one airy bedroom and bath
on first floor. Two extra large bed
rooms, alcove, toilet and bath on 2nd
floor. Interior burner, nice lot and
double garage. Don't fall to see this at
once as owner is offering a wonder
ful buy at 15500. Could not.be dupli
cated for that price on today s marker.
SEE Mrs. Ellis with
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
S20 State Street Phone 6708.
r othtw rand futciirftv. Hrmvtl I ituuwu, uw.coow, nuu iui .iw
monthly When In financial need see I Court has fixed Tuesday, the 1st
us before closing a loan. of M4rrh 1932 at the hour of
OENEHAL INVKSTilWfT " ' ? V " " ' . 7. .
CORPORATION ten o ciock a. M. 01 saiu aay. u
First National Bank Bids Phone 1SS3 the time, and the Coanty Court I
Room in the County Court House
in Salem. Marion County, Oregon,
as tha place for hearing said final
acconnt and all objections there
LILLIAN FRAZIER. Adminis
tratrix with the will annexed ot
the estate of Mary E. U. Wooton,
Dated at Salem, Oregon, thla
27th day of January, 1932.
Ronald C. Glover, Salem, Ore
gon, Attorney for Administratrix.
26 pianos to rent $3-$4-$S . a mo.
Used pianosnew uptight 116.00:
GEO. C WILL
412 State Street Salem, Oregon.
Buy or rent one now. Terma If Cm-
Sired. nnniv-i-iWJir i-
Landscaptng. grdng. Wyle. TeL 47 It.
Many are using spare time In a
course at the Capital Business col
ri n wise thing to da
At Sacrifice Prices
6-acres, S miles Salem, good B-R.
bungalow with built Ins and electric
lights and water system, good barn.
A bargain at 13150.00.
T-A. poultry ranch, gooa nouse. new
barn with 4 stanchions, 2 large hen
houses and 12 colony houses. Price
$4500.00. 2 miles of Salem. Give good
28 -acres. 4 K. house, small barn,
all in cultivation. Nice front stream
forms the 8. boundary line, on paved
road. Thla is a snap at 22100.00; viva
sO-A. 20 A. plow land, bal. timber
and pasture, s miles or saiem. Esti
mated at 2000 cord wood. Price S3.-
600.00; 6750.00 down; baL as timber
SEARS A TUCKER
122 South High Street
Income property. Mod f R. house,
suitable for roomers or boarders
Three blocks from post office. TeL
ROOM AND BOARD
v iw wart ft afetir wll-iurniBnM
room In modern home, close in, with
m. W lnaa rflfnan. MX
pleasant rmini "'"
rellent board, reasonable. Boa 27
tWWWWMW"'" ,,.iIIX Z
The Alexandria is Just a home away
from home. Phone ;
' . lfmTrlv, I 4 strawberries, one raspberries,
nrvr. rtrWT API RTAlENTS I cherries, walnuts, family orchard.
r VJiv - ., , i room stucco house, barn. Half mile
"tVu south Woodburn, Ore., pavement,
3 and 4 room E1 1 047 8a horse, cow. hundred chickens, machine
bath, electric rne, garage. nciU(jed. Mortgage 21250, balance
Com'l Phone 45. . . ,, ., 11760 cash. Owner. William Freder-
wxw. . tt-tick, RL No. 2, woodburn. Ore.
Small fur. apt 590 union-
SNAP! Best buy In valley at sac
rifice I II acres: 4 acres loganberries.
MONEY TO LOAN
Dr. a L 8COTT. PSC. Chiropractor
251 N High TeL Rea 1572
rnm pnnnrl T DaliM, fhtroin sa.
gon. for the County of Marion, her I torn. X-ray and k. C M. New Bank
rinlv ftrlftod final nrfnnnr as aa- I
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mlnlstratrix with the will annexed
of the estate ot Mary E 0.
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the
County Court of the State ot Ore-
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pamph
lets, programs books or any kind ot
frlntlng. call rbe Statesman Print
ng Department 216 & Commercial
TALBOT. Feb. 23 A Wash
ington-Lincoln program was giv
en Monday morning by the school
children, the building being ap
BUTLER DOTS HOSTS
ZEN A, Feb. 23 Louis and
Frank Butler entertained with a
jolly old fashioned dance at their
home in the Zena hills Saturday
Cross -Word Puzzle
Center 8t Valeterla Tel 2183
By EUGENE SHEFFER
POB averr Duroosei for every pur
All standard slses of Radla Tubea
EOFT ELEOTRICA1 SHOP. 14T
Court 8t Tel tllS
'Bells of Harmony'
Heard ever KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
Is really, really, different
NO OTHER CHARGES
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS 8ERVICE
ON LOANS I0 to 62U0
Beneficial Loan '
Room 111 New Bllgn Bldg. 2nd Floer
LICENSED BY STATE
612 8taU 8t Tel 2-7-4-0
CUT Flo wars, wedding bouquets
hin.ni BrtAihi. decoratlona U. r
Brelthauot florist 466 Btate Street.
Potted plants, polnsettiaa, ferns, eta.
83. a. Bennett Nursery Co. TeL HIS.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luts Flor
ist, llth Market TeL sass.
STOVES and store repairing. Stores
for sale, rebuilt aad repaired. All i
kinds of woven wire tenos, fancy and I
nlaln. hon baskata hooka, logan hooka
Salem Fence and Stove works, 262
Chemeketa Tel 4774. R B Fleming
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Ca 221
8tate St TeL 7772 Distributing, for
warding and stomas our specialty
Oat our ratta
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce your payment
Ton keep the car
P A EIKER
Car. Ubartv 8t and Ferrv
Phono 4712 Salem. Ore
E TMT PHY
GETS LARGE CROWD
WILLAMETTE INS AUENCT
Wm. Bllven, Mgr.
lit Manonlo Blda Tel. Tt
CITY AND FARM loans at lowest
is tea Best terms btainabia uu:
Insurance department oners you ex
nert advice and serrfc In all lines
HAWKINS a RiibKmn i inc. I
Tel 4102 .. 20e Oregon Blda I dv presented by
V V vuia-s as
INDEPENDENCE. Feb. 21
The home talent play. "Tha Inti
mate Strangers." a threa act com-
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
Tts OTTPtnTSH LAUNDRY
ICS a Hlzb Tel Ills
CAPITA! CITY LAUNDRY
w Wuh Erervthlns In Lux"
TaHnhono 2161 1244 Broadway
FOR local or distant transfer
aire, call 1121 Lannev Transfer Co
; Trucks to Portland dally
Rented, sold and repaired. Easy.
. B. C. Maytag. Conlon. Meadow
W. C. MANGUM. Mana
221 N. Hlrh Tel. 1121
STATE LOAN COMPANY
it nnrrni Bulldtnc 2nd Floor
Office hra. li:00 A. M. to 1:21 P. M.
Telephone T7I2 Licensed by State
personal installment loans night, in tha training achool audt-
torlnm. was a aeciaea success
oanacltr crowd attended.
The cast inciuaea Mrs. aiaunca
J. Butler. Isobel Stuart; Arthur
v. Horton. William Ames: lira.
W. D. Wiley, Florence.; Johnnia
Fostftr. Johnnie White: Mrs. j. b.
WANTED Private money to loan! Robbie, Aunt Elian; Mra. R. If
on real state, . I Walker. Mattle: J. H. Han, nen-
a reators W ry; d A. H. Dixon, tha tatiom
- -- I tm- M maIm m t ininAmA t I '
wiiSrK, HiiiT tirmt mnrtnn loan. I Plouu,"u . I UBX1.
v Ail aw " w-
Sharpened and repaired. Also tradea
FL W. Scott 14' uom-L lei. .
I 1 U 13 h 5 I 16 7 Q W 10
mm-mmmmm mmmmmm sisiSiSB iaiH iaBai m M m HMH HBH MM MMIBHiHHri
IN N. High
114 It High
ft M. EARL2I
Mattresses from factory to homo
New 61 lb. mattress 16. 00 Ronovat-
era and fum inters Capital Bed-
Co. Tel ! spas Nortn jsprot
J. LINCOLN ELLIS
BOCOLOFSKY A SON
204-4 rirst Nat Bk. Blda. TeL 7641
4 r. ULR1CH
Zi wmTay --n Mrs. Homer Dixon, director; Urn. S-aSjrw USKiflSr S
per cent mt See us at once. IA. h. Dixon, atag manager; H. KlL
trtet iDixon,, asslsunt .Uf. mauacrj s&. Si
a ORABENHORST CO.
Uborty Bt Tel I44S
POLLY AND HER PALS
"Just Between Boys'
By CLIFF STERRETT
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rod of tha
17 symbol for
21 black oily
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root of a
J ft hollow
15 lick uo
4 ft sketched
42 coven tha
face. 44 observe
4t opera by
1 capital af
4 thin piece
7 genus of
11 ants of
Herewith la tha solution ta yes
23 sows a
8 S prohibits
38 country el
39 leaf ef a
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47 decay i
note of tha