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f6r SALE USED CARS
MCKAY'S USED CARS
WITH AN a K. THAT COUNTS
ISO nacres S mt south of Dallas, i
room houM. rood barn, chicken houn.
granary. SO A. timber, sprmg, 111 1JJ6 Fjord Tudor new Urea
cleared, ft per acre. - rum iuavp-nuuu .
41 A. 11 mi. north o highway, IS A. 1J27 Pontlao Coach
In cultivation, 10 A. brush. 10 A. rood 127 Pontlac Coupe
timber, creek, 4 A. losana, 4 room 16 Nash Coach-
house, good barn. $3500. .. 1627 Pontlao Sedan rebuilt
20 A. It ml from Salem. V, mL to 1J29 Durant Coupe
aehool. all cultivated, dark aoiL 7 A. HS6 Ford Tudor
nn-hiM Kinall house, rood barn. 1 1931 Ford Pickup
chicken house. 13509. Trade for house j CHEVROLET3
in Salem. I 1921 Roafilster extra fine
320 V. & Bank Bids. Phone 6766.
1931 Coach apectal
1931 Coupe like new
20 A. farm. 17 A. cult, 8 A. tn
strawberries, S A. timber and pasture,
fair 4 R. house, barn, hen house, mar-
ket road. Price cut for a que deal
to $1250. 1350 down, baL easy terms,
best buy In the valley for the money.
BECHTEX. or THOMASON
341 State Street Room 4
1931 DeLuxe Sport Roadster
lssi special sedan
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
333 Center Phone 3 1st 430 N. ComT.
$1280-13400 TEAR. Government
Jobs. Men women. 18-60. Steady
work. We coach you for examinations.
List positions and full particulars
F REE. Write Immediately today sure.
Box 1234. Statesman.
OIL BURNER salesmen for Salem
territory. Liberal commission. Box 44,
Widow wants housekeeping Wi
dower or bachelor's home. Box 165,
Experienced woman wants day
work. 20 cts. hour. Phone 8094. Rosa
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Wringer repairs for all makes er
washers. Mr. Ems. uaux tiec i
FOR SALE Old papers toe bun
die Statesman '; a
Fresh crabs at Filer's stand. Two
for 25c and up. Phone 5tt)5.
Strawberries 60 cents a crate. Full
pound boxes. Delivered. Phone 3Zj.
Cheap Imbr. C. W. Harpat. 890 Hoyt.
12 eausre Dump ffun $10.00. 25-35
rifle $10.00 or trade for what? Rt 4,
Box 15 A. Phona 122F1Z.
Strawberries, lc lb. You pick 'em.
Rt 9. Box 47. R. Hartley.
FOR RENT HOUSES
NOTICE OP SCHOOL ELECTION
Notice is hereby given to the
legal voters of School District No.
24, of Marion County, Oregon,
that the annual election for said
district will be held in said dis
trict to begin at the hour of two
o'clock p.m. on the third Monday
houses la Salem. JL description of
the personal property of Geo. JB.
Aiken, filed with the papers In
settlement of bis estate, would, at
this late day, prove interesting,
with side-saddles, earriages,
quaint old ' books and furniture,
etc. here might bo many such
stories written from such records
filed in the big vaults of Marlon
and other Oregon counties. Up to
the early eighties, they were all In
long hand; no typewriters were In
use then. In the file of adminis
trators' papers for the estate of
Geo. E. Aiken may be seen the
record ot a f 5100 note of Geo. E.
Aiken, made at Roseburg, payable
to John Aiken,' Sr., ahowing where
the son secured part ot the capital
for the Salem store. The note drew
10 per cent interest.
Enough history has 'been made
in the tour city blocks cornering ! :
on r erry ana commercial streets.
Duplex house. 949 N. Winter.
Furnished and unfurnished houses. I us before closing a loan.
MONEY TO LOAN
PEs"ir",A.?-s r t vl ,nK saw to tm ve toot
" 2S -SSL .1H....R2pr.bi! June. A. D. 1932. and holding r"V"nrtei j!?
1UVUU11, " HCH (U lltuuwaiM mww
R. A Forkner. Tel. 303L
FOR RENT Modern homes.
Modern 5 room bungalow, fur. or 1
unfur. 1365 Trade St. Tel. 6095.
First National Bank Bid. Phone 8552.
PERSONAL INSTALLMKNT XANS
STATE LOAN COMPANY
21$ Oreron Building. 2nd Floor.
Modern S room house. Phone 5691.
Beautiful large home at 591 Union.
4 rm, furnished house, nice yard and I
garden. References. $12. 1110 Lee St
FOR BEST RENTALS
In houses, apartments and bunga
lows. IIO-I15-SZ0-523 and up. See
BEvHTEL or THOMASON
341 State Street Room 4
Office hra 10:00 A. M. to :30 P. M JHall)
Telephone 7783 Ucensed by State
(Bel!s of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
la really, really different.
TOO GET THE FTJLXi
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE tne High School Building
..... '-Tv .i,t I crowa many mure, iw vtoi
for the purpose of electing two ears' U ,
directors to serve tor the term fd Ch0'l.tOftJUr
of three years. Jj1 ? 3
Hfraaf fW C. T TT. I luo i icsuMimo m
I iuvi a a , v a wa
basement of the Oregon Institute
, .- (Willamette university) building;
n " with the exception of the session
Board of DI"o. of lg54.5 ,n untinlllhed rooms ot
owv 1 1 n ?S i f ostrlcl tna territorial capitoi. the time In
cier. j.in-i&-iy. ,55 when cnj, was the ap.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL -i4 ' ft PJjJJJ?:
EJNL. f capitoi,' Just previous to the fire
County, Oregon, will be Aeia w
th Hleh School Building in said .
Summer home on Ocean Beach at
Seavlew, Wash. Special rate for sea
son. Write 159 Statesman.
FOR RENT Modern cottage at
Bath. fireplace. Melvin I 511 state St
district Monday evening, June The'territorlal and state offices
n ioe t !pht o'clock for centered around these four cor-
fvl ,J rvf iearine reDorts ot ners. The senatorial fights were
Board of Directors and the Dis- here, within a short stone's throw
. rvrv nf .M district, and from where these lines are being
Room m NewFBS.dg. t. Floor for such other business as may typed and Geral Joe
licensed BY STATE hawfnllv come before this meet- Lane. Delazon Smith, Col. E. p.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED A church house by the
year. Must be in Salem for interview.
Address "Bert", 255 N. 18th, Salem,
Ore. Phone 6094.
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce yout payments
Yon keep the car
P. A EIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
Phone 4732 Salom. Ore
ianius - 1 o 1 TT ,t XT M I , V.
1932 I members of theupper house of
H. H. dinger, Chairman of the congress in the Holman building,
Board of Directors. "uuu"s ,lu,u" Ul rci auu
Attest: W. H. Burgnarai, -,uiu...
Fighting Joe Hooker, hero of
the Mexican war, afterward la
UK HE NOW
AIRLIE, June 9 E. R. Moore
has returned home from the Dal
las hospital where he had nine
stitches taken In his left arm.
Both the main artery and the
tendon to the thumb were cut.
and Moore suffered weakness
from the loss of about two
quarts of blood. The accident
happened while hd was cutting
wood-at his home with a long
Miss Maxine Williams, small
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Williams recently underwent a
major operation at the Corvallis
hospital, is reported to be doing
as well as can be expected. She
has been ill for about two
months. The operation was to re
move pus gathered in one lung
and around the heart.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dueltgen
moved to Salem Tuesday after
noon where Mr. Dueltgen will
practice teaching. Later they will
go to Albany where Mr. and Mrs
Dueltgen will be employed at the
Albany school. Mr. and Mrs.
George Plub will move into the
(A A J
Beauty tot form and language
rarely go hand in hand, that is why
this picture is so unusual. Locylle
Goldsmith, 16, of Los Angeles, is
shown with the loving cup she won
as the winner of the national ora
torical contest. "Our Constitution,
the Culmination of Centuries," was house vacated by Dueltgens.
the subject of the girl, who worked The Airlle baseball team plans
her way through school in a depart- to play Falls City team at Falls
mem store. Citr June 11. the dav of the an
nual strawberry festival held at
ARMY AGAIN f
' 'L l . ' O :
jsw :-t ,
LOCAL AT TALBOT
An Interesting sidelight on the
"Bonus Army invasion of Wash
ington, D. C, is this tonsorial
tableau. Though many of the vet
era as are penniless, they manage te
appear at all times well groomed
This is possible because they have
their own barber, who does the need
ful hair-cutting and shaving whea
the occasion demands.
FOR SALE Real Estate
xvvrrns TO CREDITORS
..nmnK to GIVEN command of the Army of the Po-
WANTED Private money to loan That the undersigns, oj .V- 1 11 , . . ov"""'
on real estate. rtr of the County Coun 01 ia lueu a coiouei ia ice legumr
. rx. uriftDmmo vvr. i . - fAtrfi TOT ine tuuuiv 1 ruiT, uau 1119 ucauuudiim o ni
Te'f 4i of Marion, duly made and entered these four corners, while he was
Th of June. 1932, was superintending the building of
across from Rose'dale Friends church, fruit trees. Fruit and berries more than .,Tarrr,n . DmTI appointed Executrix of the Last military roads in the territory of
7 mil. south of Salem. Phone 12F4. pays taxes Two J "ne LIVESTOCK and POULTRY "nd Testament and Estate of Oregon. Including the one run-
TTrzrvTTrT wit I IAM H. GETCHELU do- nmg through southern Oregon, on
25rEl,Ule'ranM:VanVon74: SS. and that The has duly qual- which so much money was poured
i.vavwwwwwa. tticA ua such Executrix. All per- out by the surveyors trying to
FOR SALE Last batch of Hanson "lea fl, ,nn,t said
. . . . - v 1 sn 1 1 OAna nxiuiE tioiuio " - " -
week. The Willamette Valley Hatch- Estate are hereby notified to pre-
Uood 7 -room Dlastered home. fire-
Pick your own strawberries in own j place, basement, etc. and attractive 1 134 a Liberty St
lots, nice view, paved street, near
Ktram-hrrl le ner lb. Brinir con- schoola frlcea to sell ail or part
tainers and pick them. M. Barnett, terma s tturai Ave. t-none eso.
Route 9, Box 118, Salem.
VICTOR RADIO FOR SALE
10-tube R-32 Victor repossessed,
balance due $76.10. Sold new $178.00.
Terms $5.00 down, $5.00 monthly. See
Mr. Janz, Radio Dept. Wills Music
xru-LruLL i r .-i.i 1. . "
Strawberries 1". per lb in field.
Bring boxes. Ed Drager. TeL 12F21.
Farms and City Property
Foreclosure Prices Easy Term
HAWKINS A ROBERTS, ING.
Mortgage Loan Dent
!03 Oregon Bide. Salem
ery. 410 S. Z4th Street
WANT ED Miscellaneous
AU kinds ot rir.es, pistols, shotguns.
Id gold -nd Jewelry Condition no ob
ject Name your pr!c.
150 N. Coainiercial
mn-i-n.i i .a....
WANTED Used ptanoa In
change n radios, phonographs, ot fur
niture, H U oIiiT niranurt vuim
ANOTHER BIQ SNAP
Beautiful 5 A. tract, best of soil.
all in crop. Has a new $ R. bunga
low, nice bit In Kitchen, eiec llgnt
I and well. Priced to sell quick, $2250.
Only $500 down. To see It SEE
BECHTEL Or THOMASON
I 341 State Street Room 4
cant th a same, duly verified, as re-
Turkpvs dav old. sold on contract quirea py . " ,.v.i
No cash payment Settle when mar- Marlon County, Oregon.
keted. Inquire F. A. Boyington, Ly- I gix m0nths Of the date of this no-
FOR SALE WOOD
FIRST CLASS FUEL
Screened hog fuel dry second
growth fir old fir mill block. Phone
Unusually beautiful wooded acre.
fine view among nice homes, city wat- g847 p,. Wen, Inc.
er, eiec.. i i- nine iu uuiult vmj
$600. Easy terms.
C. A. KOBtRiBU.N, uwner
1279 Edgewater Street
Dated this 10th day oi June,
Executrix of the Estate ot WIL
t.TiM TT. CETCHELLi. De-
JAS. G. HELTZEL.
R. D Barton Batter'es Starter and
generator work. Texa o station, cor
ner Court snrt fThlr
avoid the Umpqua canyon, and so
much more in constructing the
highway through the Cow creek
canyon and over the Grave creek
hill, in the late fifties.
The governor's office was in
the present Statesman building,
and the state library, and the
rooms of the supreme court. How
ever, that full story is too long. It MARION. June 9 A delegation
is being prepared, and will occupy 0f members from the Farmers'
a later series in this column. In union local of Marion attended
the mean time, this series will the special meeting held at the
here close, to be followed, begin- Talbot school house last night to
nlng tomorrow, in at least two is- organize a Farmers' Union local
sues, by some matters of history at that place. A good crowd was
and prophecy on the navigation of in attendance and 16 signatures
the Umpqua river. 1 were, secured for membership.
Slate President McBee of Dal
ian and Vice President Sechrist of
Nine candidates, five of whom 1 Rnatnn wer present and each
live at Jacksonville, are seeking , talk stressinr the great
nomination for governor of Flor- n6ed cf organization of the farm-
lua. ers. Music was furnished by the
Marian Farmers' Union orchestra.
A new medical center costing a meeting will be called in the
$2, ISO, 000 has been dedicated at near future for the election of ot-
Loulslana State university. I tiers and completion of this new
Marion local will entertain the
' county convention in an all day
session Saturday. June 25.
Strawberry harvest is on here
and a more bounteous crop has
not been produced here in years.
Mattresses from factory to home. Nevertheless some growers have
Jensen, Betty Jean Leetc, Lester
Bones, Kenneth Barber, Bobby
Ball. Eugene Harrison, Stanford
Prather. Jr., Edwin Ball, Mrs.
Walter Meyers, Mrs. E. E. Ball,
Mrs. Harry O. Watkins. and ths
hostess. Mrs. Earl S. Prather and
daughter, Margaret Ann.
Telephone 44Sft R K Northnesa
New SO lb mattress $5 00 Renovat
ore and fumigators. Capital Bedding
Co Tel 4089 S030 North Capitol.
been unable to sell their crop and
as a result are giving them away.
GUARANTEED DRT wood coal Attorney for Estate
sL 5000 Salem Fuel Co. Trad. a,lft Ornn.
Tou can buy 24 splendid acres 4tt
vvwv.wvwoow I mijes east Salem, fine land with 6
Fruit jars an i:ies. rnone i . i room house and other buildings, run
ning stream and good road, for only
MISCELLANEOUS A very nice S acre tract with good
Old fir and limbs. Tel. Judd 10SF21
2nd growth fir $4.50. Old fir $5.00.
nRT e-ir AND OAK WOOD, oal
5 room house, good barn and chicken I and fuel olL Call on us for prices. We
Date of First Publication:
Date ot Last Publication: July 8.
DR. O- L. SCOTT. PSC. Chiropractor
25 N High. Tel Rea 857$.
DR3. SCOFIELD. Palmer Chiroprac
tors X-ray and N. C M. New Bank
New mattress made to order, old
mattress remade : carpet cleaning, siz
ing : fluff rug weaving. Salem Fluff
Rug ft Mattress Factory. S. 13th a
WATKIN'S MOVE TO SALEM
TURNER Mrs. Earl S. Prath
er entertained a group of young
S44L otto F. Zwicker. guests in her home recently com
plimenting Florence Watkins with
a farewell surprise party. The
PLtTMRINR and HEATING Ruest list Included Florence Wat
kins, nonor guest, wno is leaving
work. Oraber Bros.
lit So. Liberty
FU U yourself with SaVasoie 2.L ?2Sai' .price '1200 0 and S 2S 2
ROOM AND BOARD
Room ar.d board in modern home,
garage. Two in room $5 week. 1144
Room, or room and board, in cool,
frirKir-rn home, nloo In. Tol. az.
209-10 U. a Bank Bldg.
Look Fair 4 room house, lot
54x18. Price $200. See owner even-
lings at 912 Electric Ave., Salem.
ILaRMKR TRANSFER STORAGE
Old fir. TeL 6463.
Old fir, delivered, dial 48S.
Bits for Breakfast CLEANING SERVICE
(Continued From Page 4)
of Aiken & Farnham, occupying
the whole of the building, first
and second floors and basement,
Merer Valeterin Tel 9R2.
PHONE GLENN ADAMS for house
decorating, paper hanging, tlntlag
etc Rellshle wnrkmnn
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Harry O. Watkins, to reside in
j Salem, Lanore Meyers, Orzella
Jean Ball, Ruth Burgoyne, Evelyn depot.
BUT IS PASSABLE
VA"LSETZ, June 9 The moun
tain road to Falls City is very bad
after the heavy rains, deep ruts
have been cut in the road and it
is very rough, however the road
is still passable.
Bert Babb has been busy these
past two weeks hoeing and other
wise caring for the locus trees in
the parkings and around tbe
school house, and near the Cobba
and Mitchell store.
A car of lumber was loaded
Tuesday to be shipped to Salem.
Evelyn Dodson got a fish hook
caught in her hand last week
while fishing, causing a very bad
Injnry. j Her father, Jim Dodson,
removed the hook.
JEFFERSON', June 9 Lavern
Davis, son of Mrs. Mabel Davis,
left Friday for Kansas where he
will visit relatives. From there he
will go- to Snider, Oklahoma, to
visit more relatives, and will also
be employed during harvest,
while there. Mr. and Mrs. Grady
Farrington and two children, of
Portland were weekend guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. , Fred
Barna. They are former Jeffer
son residents, Mr. Farrington was
second trick operator at the S. P.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Good lm-
ni-AvAii 9ft arrp. nftir Rnlpm. on Tave-
ment Fruit, electricity. Water system. I man. Tel. 8030,
R. 3, Box 187, Salem.
Good, dry old fir. None better. Priced that is now the property and home CUT flowers, wedding bouquets
.in, CTrvorrh Ross Row- I . m, i ,ii .in I runerai wrea'.ns, aecoraunna v I
FOR RENT APARTMENTS EXCHANGE Real Estate
Patton aparuneT-.U with private
bath, nicely furnished. Located In
business district Call Pat ton's Book
Furn. steam heeled apt TeL $490.
' 3 rm. neatly furnished apartment.
J5S Center. Phone 3:&a.
Bernard! apis., furnished, garage.
Adults. 458 S. High. TeL S9SI.
lit i in1ifWWV
ntvmnif antu 2 rm. furnished. Ev
ery modern convenience. 730 N. Llb-lries, 2-A. berries, soma walnuts, fll-
Dry wood at Tracy's. Phone 3980.
Dry 4 ft- oak $5.50. W. W. Beards-
ley, R. 2, Turner, Oregon.
Old fir 1 In. $4.75. TeL $491.
82-Acres good soil. 60-A. In crop. I ri onwth fir nn
running water. 6-R. house, lights, I j4 60. Oak $$.00. All 16 In. TeL 8887. I Geo
Of The Statesman, Including atso Rrelthaupc florist. 466 Stats Street for STATfONERT, cards, pampe
the corner part (tommerciai u TeL 6904.
Ferry) owned by the w. C. l. u.
Aiken & Farnham carried on a
hisr business, having the nearest
approach then here to a depart-
AT.L kinds of floral work. Luta FIsr
1st. 16th A Market. Tel Wt
lets, programs, books or any kind oi
printing, call The Statesman Print
ing Department $15 a Commercial
By EUGENE SHEFFER -
2nd growth, I mem biuio n""1 " "
K. Aiken was the senior
partner, and Alice M. Aiken, well
known in Salem society circiee
then, was his wife. Geo. E. was a
son of the original John Aiken,
nloneer ferryman of Winchester,
LOST Suit case between Corvallis I v,
Modern home except' basement, and Salem. Addressed .Gold Beach. hftr.tnfor- mftntIoned a nart of
barn, good well and water system, Oregon. elUrn w " "rv -"",.- wftnt ,nt t,09.
3-A. peaches, I -A. prunes, l-A. cner
Olwn Floor Co Tel S1 11
bath. barn, poultry house. Price $7,'
500.00 ; trade ror stock rancn lanner
160-ACRES $7200.00 -7-R.
house, bath. barn. silo. 90-A.
plow land, mostly in crop, well located,
i Trade for smaller place.
Old growth fir 16". $4.75. 6170.
LOST AND FOUND
The Hazeldorf has a new and very
low schedule of prices for apartments.
with a few vacancies. Jir. ana nrm.
Burch. managers. 173 S. Cottage St.
3 rm. apt well furnished. Phone
Tt64. 2261 Hazel Ave.
bert and etc Trade for clear house
For trade or buys It pays to see
132 8outh High Street
jb.a.UcLAJUE, .17 Rot 84 Salem.
Have clear tot, well located. Trade j
TV TT. VL lurVmcm office moved 'to
residence take SUverton highway to I Aiken died in Salem.
Shell gas station, turn to right so
rds. to large brown house on left Rt
which fortune went into Rose-
burg's first bank and Salem's first
The widow of the original John
Rwrinn a- hendricks
181 N. High TeL 4I4T
WILLAMETTE! INS. AGENCY
Wm Bllren. Mgr.
Exclusive ButUville Agent
315 Masonic Bldg
STOVES and store repairing. Stoves
i for sale, rebuilt and repaired. AJ1
kinds ef woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets, hooka, logan hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove works. Ill
Chemeketa Tel 4TT4 R B Fleming
r-1 PIT A T. rrrT Tnnrf.r Patll
7,n I Stats 8t TeL 777$. Dlstrtbutlng. for
warding end storage our specialty
Get our rates.
vw.n,'mo'-'-",' tor oeacn cordage, uiuer -ilj jieio
Small furnished apt Pilvats bath. J red.
tie 00. 60 Union St J Beautiful home, well located. Trade
-L---j . ijix.-in-ii i for business property In Portland or
Fur, apt $70 N. Liberty, xeu tms. i tiaiem.
- - - I SRB Mrs. Ellis with
t-t n- .ni.tiail inartnunL I V.C M CHILDS CO.. Realtors
-,-Kn,v, .ununor ratea 645 Court I Si 0 State Street Phone 6708
-,n .,-Ln-ir-. --- I '
1932 Early 157 duals truck
131 157" truck duals
1931 Studebaker Truck duals
1931 Victoria Coupe
131 Chevrolet Coupe i
"ura'Twm "apt well furnished. Clear house in Salem, $1100: If llll Fordor Sedan ,
retdr mortgage py, ,25 month, t. trad. m Whippet n
"a V FlftV I want ."farm to 60 acres near Sa- Ford T Models $35 to
etc. 965 N. ruin. i .v, kt.- I llll DeLuxe Roadsta
THB NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THB WEIDER LAUNDRY
Mar V. and her esUte was set- I 268 a High TeL 6126
tied by Joseph S. Aiken, her son, capital city LAUNDRY
as administrator. "Joe," as he was I Wa wash Everything in Lai"
known to his familiars, the writer I Telephone ls i4 Broadway
remembers. In Roseburg and Sa
lem, was dapper and dandineo. I AWN MOWERS
-tv I ns was a senuemauiy vaiacoym
" I and saloon keeper in Douglas Sharpened and repaired. Also trades
425 1 countra shire town and in I h. w soott mt iwi rei
450 l capital city. At the time oi tn
FOR local or distant transfer stor
age, call 3131 Larmer Transfer Co.
Trnrks to Portland daily.
ut- T-J1.TI-- ------ i lem, most be good : casb i buysr,
iii mwf-rii furnished ant. tnree l n. v-.
room, and bathT slec. refrlg.. eiec. 228 Oregon Bldg.
stove, hot water near, garage,
$32.60. Robertson Apia, .raaum
-. l II . C.!.m A I
- limn nn..-fnvi-i- I ise acres buwi &vu i-", ruinn tVrw I luiiias r. si
Vum. ant 1 rooms, frlgldaire. gar-I acres timber, several all year springs, phone 7810 Lot at Marlon Liberty Geo E Alken. cam also front
Mr, electric range. Unfurn. 3-room leever nam. - - 'rZkLlr Command- Douglas COVnttr
Valley Motor Co.
Phone SltS Center Street
600 I mntHor'a dath flnn. V. A 1 Vpn had I nnvoinf ivo O OITnPPnVC
Dr. KOnr 8. Fortner. physician and
aurreon. suite 468. U. a Nat'L Bank
Bldg. Phones office. 3822 residence
Rented, sold and repaired. Easy.
A. B. C Maytag. Con Ion. Meadows
ana Automatic. l ana up.
W. C MANGCM. Manager
311 N. High . TeL 6022
1 died, and part of their grandmotb-
86 1 erg estate went to tne cnnarea
$$6 of Geo. E. and Alice M.. who, with
their mother, were then, in the
late eighties, living in Seattle. J.
A. Baker, Salem's oldest resident.
thinks Mr. Farnham, partner of
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FOR RENT 6 rm. apartment close
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WINN1K riJUMiN, neaitor
17S South High Street
FOR SALE Studebaker Command
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I ml. In perfect condition, uood as new.
Can be seen at 176 & 17th St
Douglas cottnjtr to Salem.
It ia remembered by old, old
timers that Geo. E. Aiken and
Homeopathic physician, office and I S26 H. High St
residence. 07 centerr fnone
General practice -
204-1 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. TaL TS07
Nice home and 8 A. tree, fruit I Late '29 Model' A Ford Fordor s I wife, In tbO lata seventies and
Near Salem, for property In or near dan. See Pal Hand. 213 Cbmeketa. I MrlT eighties, boarded with the
J. r. ULRICH
$26 8tate Street
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4 room apt 398 N. 2lst at xet i Ainsny or I wm nnnmMi. ,.Hnr rvi I family of A. B. Meacham. hero
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R. A. FORKNER
the most fashionable boarding Jtats Street Salem.
HOMER D. FOSTER REALTY CO.
W. H. QRABENHORST CO.
184 S. Liberty St TeL 646k
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