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TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL
willamette university. ladies glee club ,
which Appears in concert; tomorrow night
THE OREGON ; STATESJJAN, SALEM, OREGON
;. ; .;'' - Phon iod ',
HpIIE distinctive benefit affair
- planned for this afternoon at
, the Woman's club house wtfl begin
promptly at 2 o'clock. Forty-five
tables lor Man Jongg and bridge
hare been,: reserved for the after
noon hours by the prominent ma
irons or the city. The tea hour
has been set for 4 o'clock, plans
Having been made for the delight
ful arrangement of isorvlnr &i ho
Tarious 'Individual tables, rather
man from one large one. Japan
ese quince and vivid Japanese lan
terns will predominate in the dec
orative .scheme. Mrs. John - R.
i Sites, Miss Zoe Stockton, and Airs
j John J. Roberts have added their
names to the list of those making
reservations for the afternoon.
" f - - . :
Miss Carol Dibble was the guest
in Portland over the week-end of
Miss Hazel' Seeley. She attended
two performances, "Julius Caesar"
and "As You Like it," in", which
; Robera Mantell 'played.
1 '. ','"-. -
" Pledtfantly surprises Mr. and
Urs. C.5- Miller on the occasion
of their 2 nd wedding anniversary
a group -of friends gathered at the
Miller home", 2140. State street for
music and -five "hundred." Mrs.
Earl Peatcy gave a", group of Vocal
and piano numbers. Late in .the
- evening an' anniversary luncheon
was served.- The .'group for the
party Included: Mr. and Mrs. B. X."
Beechler, Mr and Mrs. B. B. Her
rick, Jtfr and 'Utfrs. J. J. Tallman,
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Seeley, j Mr.
and .Mrs. Earf Pearcy, Mr and
Mrs. C. G. Mflr, Mrs. William
Block, Mrs. Martin,! ; MIss Mary
Follrlck, Miss Rath Toung, Miss
Mary Seeley; Mr. At. Follrlck,' Mr.
' L. W. Dlmmock, and,a Mrs. Newell.
Catholic Daughetrsr Pron show-i
cr.r ' '
Nemo Self-Reducing No. 331 .
Is a real fcargalru ltas a low top A
an J medium skirt. Made in dur- '
bie'phJc or white coiil; -.izea
' 4 to 36 and costs only $3.00.
""If voc'desLu,' can't cet It. send t tame, ad -jiret,'size
and $J. Well send tl coracc'
Nemo HTtlcnlcFukloa 1 utknM
V20E.16chSc, New York (Lepc S.J
7 sEt .
. . . ..-,w'
f - : OCA
These Prices EfEeclive: for 'Tuesday; Only,
lOc.lbs. Berry Cane T
100 lb. sk. Berry Cane -
Regular size Preferred Stodcbird
seed ....... 1.. ........V .
Netted Gem Potatoes, hundred
. pounds w. ..........
50c size K. C. Baking I I ;
3 doz. Fresh Ranch f : :
Eggs 'Jji,Zi CLlZ-U-L
Our regular 55c ; Ratine, this one day
Yard . .
35c Windsor Plisse,
This lina we are discontinuing. f Yoii can
be cliod with us for less, '-. : 1
SOCIAL CALENDAR. J
- I ; ' .Today
Benefit bridge and Man . Jongg
tea, Woman's club house, 2 o'clock
Tea hour, 4 o'clock. Mrs.; William
McGilchrist, Jr.. In charge.
: Pythian S i s te rhood benefit
dance, WOW hall, 9 o'clock, v .
Writers' cluKV Miss Minna L
Harding hostess, at 635 Chemek
eta street. t'
Salem War Mothers at the cham
ber of commerce' rooms. 2:30
o'clock. ' : i .
Amicus club, Mrs.' Earl Fisher,
1370 State street r ,
Concert .by ladies' glee club.
Willamette university. Waller hall
8 o'clock, i '
Business; and Professional Wo
man's club, chamber of commerce,
Democratic banquet, 6:30 p. m.
Central Circle of the Jason Lee
Ladies' aid i society, for work at
the church, 9:30 a. m. Business !
meeting in afternoon.
Capitol Bridge i Luncheon club
Mrs. W. H. Dancy.
Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety, 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. JB. L.
Steeves, 1594 Court street.
I. .Thursday ;
Kensington, Mrs. Paul Hauser
925 Saginaw street.
Capitol Bridge Luncheon club.
Mrs. W. if. Dancy hostess.
Book and Thimble club, Mrs
Charles -Spitzbartf hostess.
catholic Daughters, apron
shower.' ' j .-;
Church night, : First Methodist
church. .' s i I
i Friday .
; Cecil Fanning, In concert at
Grand theater. ' )
Presbyterian Foreign Missionary
society meeting, church parlors
2:30 .o'clock. Mrs. Fred Neal
missionary from west Africa
t West Side ; Circle of Jason Lee
M. . Church Ladies' Aid society
Mrs. C. G. Givens, 1565 North
Commercial street 2:30 o'clock
; Saturday 1 i
AAUW, chamber of commerce
rooms, 2:30 o clock.
Light Bearers' program, Presby
terian parlors, 2:30 o'clock.
3IEMORIES OF SPRING
! By GRACE KtiCSCHER
"When I was only a litle gfrl,""
tlvith eyes of ; brown, and hair
; . a-curl, i J . ": ' f- . '
5 Vith my varm little coat and knit
; ted hood,' ,
I gathered May-flowers ; In - the
And I was so glad that spring bad
.. come; ' , ; . -
The May lower, in bloom was a
token sure .' :
'HAPPED HAH DS
cbflblaics, frostbit just r
":"-cn socthift,'coolinr. he4li
V V A F0 RUD
254 North Corninercial
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i VX '.'
In Nova Scotia's rigorous clime,
With winter's equal to Scottish
In spring the birds came flocking
And everywhere ; was the : crows
The cinnamon hose with its first
" white bud, -That
I had tended, I alone.
As I tended to duties laid out for
God seemed so near to 'my childish
Iheard his voice in the passing
And my love for him was aching
apart. - 1
Ah, me! the years have gone by
And sorrow and care have ' left
their mark.- ; '
And I only ask when my days are
. done - - :-! v.
That May flowers be strewn upon
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Roberts
and Mr.' anI Mrs. Fritz Slade were
dinner guests In Albany yesterday
of Mr. and Mrs. Percy A. Toung.
motoring down for the wedding of
Ellen Salome Cusick and James
Louden Sears which took place
during the day at the First Pres
byterian church. .
Miss Minna L. Harding will en
tertain the members tJf the Writ
ers' club of the Salem Arts league
this evening at the Ebsen home.
635 Chemeketa street.
Sixteen friends of Mrs. R. E.
Lee Steiner met Saturday after
noon at the invitation of Mrs. Dan
Fry, Jr., for 1 o'clock luncheon
followed by cards.
The Salem : War Mothers . will
meet this afternoon at the cham
ber of commerce rooms. ; Allure
asked to bring membership blanks.
The time set is 2:30 o'clock.:
Recent bridge guests of Mrs.
W. D. Clarke, 152 North 13th 1
street Included 16 matrons' for
four tables of the diversion. Jon
quils with spring foliage made
the decorative scheme an "attrac
tive one throughput the card and
uncheon rooms. The guests were
Mrs. W. I. Staley, Mrs. Paul Haus
er, Mrs. J." Ray Luper, Mrs. E. E.
Bragg, Mrs. F. G. Bowersoat, Mrs.
E T Busselle, Mrs. C. J. :: Green,
Mrs. R. B. Fleming, Mrs. Bolton
Hamble, Mrs. George F. Chambers,
Mrs. "J. Newton, Mrs. T W. Creechf
Mrs. H. M. Chadwick,, Mrs. Fred
H. Thompson, Mrs'. C. A. Dpwns
Mrs. C. E. Stricklin. r T
O R EG O N; AGRICULTURAL
COLLEGE, Corvallis, March 31.
M. Buell of Salem was Initiated
Saturday into Tau Beta PI, nation
al honorary engineering, frater
nity,' when Lambda Phi Lambda,
locol , honorary, was Installed as
Oregon Aloha chapter. ' 1
Tau Beta Pi Is the seventeenth
national honorary fraternity, to
come to the OAC campus. Its
purpose is to confer distinctions
upon those students who have
maintained a high grade of schol
arship and to foster a spirit of
liberal culture in the engineering
Ease succeeds. . . i
It's for, ; joint troubles 1 only.
whether In ankle, knee, hip, elbow,
hottlder, finger or. spine wheth
er' rheumatic or not. ' "', " l
It ' limbers up stiff, InTlamed,
painful, c'reaky Joints so quickly
you'U be astonished.- " ? ; s
Two seconds rubbing and away
it " goes' through skin and flesh
right down to the bone and llga-ments-thats
! why it succeeds.
Ask Jany -reliable' druggist. -Adv.
' j ' j fit-
Fourth row. left to right: Gladys Mclntire,
Faye Sparks. Dorothy Erskine. Third row: Grace
Louise Bo wen, Neva Cooley,; Ruth Hackler, Kath
leen La Raut, Mildred Grant, Lucia Card, Jenelle'
students of the institutions in
which its chapters are located.
Lambda Phi Larmda, which was
founded for the purpose of work
ing towards a chapter of Tau Beta
Pi, had high scholarship, outstand
ing personality, ; and achievement
for its standards. . . : v
"'. . , & V ' -.
Mrs. ; Henry Lee "has as her
guest,. Mrs. L. H.' Tajtley of Port
land. ' ;.
The members of -he Foreign
Missionary society of the Presby
terian church will have the inter
esting privilege on Friday of hear
ing Mrs. Fred Neal as the after
noon speaker. Mrs. Neal, who is
home from West Africa on fur
lough, was a member of the Sa
lem Presbyterian church before
going to Africa several years ago.
The meeting will open at 2.: 30 in
the church parlors. ' Mrs. Neal will .
be entertained at the home of Mrs.
A. O. Condit, 855 Oak street; 1
Miss Loretta M. Miller,, who is
attending' the Oregon Agricultural
college at Corvallis was the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C
E. Miller over the week-end.
Mrs. R. E. Lee Steiner . is en
tertaining for & few days her sister
Mrs. W. C. Kerron of Portland.
; ' :r ...
The Pythian sisterhood is spon
soring a benefit dance this eve
ning in the WOW halls, to start at
To honor her husbandf!'on the
occasion of his birthday, JUrs. J
Ray Peinberton was a charming
dinner-hostess of-. Saturday, .eve
ning. The birthday table was
festive with .tinted candles and
.spring flowers. Music and con-
versation were the. pleasant eve
ning diversions for the following
guests: Mr. and Mrs. A. A.; Sie-
wert. Dr., and Mrs. Fred Ellis, Mr.
and Mrs. Eric Butler, Mr. and Mrs.'
Claude Van Slyke, Mr. and Mrs
William H. Bretz of Woodburn,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. Ray!r Pern
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Hawkins
were among those from Salem at
tending the Cusick-Sears wedding
in Albany yesterday.' Mr. and Mrs
Mr. aiid Mrs. C. W. Kantner and
family of Seittle were guests over
Saturday at the home of Rev. and
Mrs. W. C. Kantner. . 1
XjinnramoD sq) jo saaqmam ;aqi
Bridge club met yesterday after
noon as the. guests of Miss Nellie
Taylor at the Karl Kugel home.
Mrs. ; Blodgett, Mrs. Utley, and
Mrs. Darby were special guests
meeting for the day with the pleas
ant group of 12. Daffodils were
used in the decorating. An at
tractive luncheon was served.
Eight members of the Drama
class- met yesterday afternoon at
the library to study the play, "The
Witching, Hour." The next play
which the members will consider
is Percy McKaye's. "The Scare
crow." The group meets every
two weeks. ' : ': -' ..: ,
For Sale : : r
: Salem, Oregon j
Vandevort. Second row: Carol Cheney Alice Weljs,
Ruth Heinick, Marguerite Bridgman.,Elois HeinicK.
Elizabeth Silver., First; row: Helen Lockwood,
Hulda Hagman, Marian Wjatt, Ruth Ross, and
Volena Jenks. ; ' ' f .
Wockers Gather at Resi-"-
dence Today !
The entire city Is divided into
five districts ; for interdenomlna
tonal prayer ' meetings.. ' Prayer
meetings are to last 30 niinu
and begin at 7:30 sharp.
Prayer meetings for Tuesday
central district are as follows
Kimball college, leader,' Rev. Mr.
McCormick; U. G. Boyer, 473
North Winter, leader, J.- Benner;
Mrs. Ora Mclntyre, 527 Center,
leader. Rev. "Thomas Acheson;
Mrs - f! P.; RisTion; 773 r Cniirt
street, leader, Mrs. R. M. T. Hes
ter; R. M. i Ridex, 803 North
Church, leader, D. K. 1 Lnthy; C.
&y Clark, 638 North Church, lead
er, Mrs. G L. Lovell; John Bayne,
414 Bellevue, leader, Mrs." W. C
Kantner. ,;;-.P - ' '-1 ,
1 North district prayer ' meetings
are as .follows: ,W..H. Henderson,
1340 Madsion avenue ; Mrs. . Fro
7.ler, 625 Lbcust' street: Mrs.. A.
M. Lull, 1940 North Fifth street;
Mrs. Laura White, 2370 Myrtle
street; Mrs. I L. A. Marchand,
1405 North Summer; Earl Beck
et, 252S Hazel avenue. . j '
; South . district prayer meetings"
ere as follows: Thomas Henderson,
1309 South Liberty street; 'Mrs.
Koorman, 1753 South High street;
Mrs. Trlndle, . 1953 . South
Commercial; H. H. Stanton, 1560
South Cottage. ' j
Southeast, district Is '.follows:.
Mr. and Mrs.. Hiday,. 896 So(th
Sixteenth street; Mrs. Buckbee,
1500 Ferry street. . ; , if;
, The northeast district meetings
are ag follows: Jenny Bowman,
375 North Twenty-third; .George
Kutekunst, 1253 Chemeketa. ' f
Everybody is urged to attend a
prayer, meeting nearest his home.'
A list for I Wednesday Draver
meetings will be . found ' In the
Wednesday papers. -. -
Floor-Laying Party Put on
By uentral Congrega-
tional ' Men
Cooperation of 25 members of
the Central Congregational church
has resulted in the completion of
special Sunday school building
on South Nineteenth, which win
be occupied for the first time next
Sunday, 'according to Rev. Harry
Johnson, pastor. The building
will be 40 by 24 feet. The ma
terial for the building was pur
chased by the church, but all labor
was donated, ' such, as carpentry
work, electrical work and - brick
work. ' ' : ', - . .
The ; building In itself is com
pleted; and as soon as the interior
work, kalsomlnlng, wall papering
and erection of an arch over the
choir loft is completed.: will be
ready, for occupancy. Some of the
preliminary moving in work began
Monday. A feature of 'the com
pletion of the building was a "floor
laying party,", staged,- Thursday
night. The men of the congrega
tion assembled at the church in
overalls ."arid .brought ' hammers.
After being served a dinner by the
women, - they' "proceeded to lay a
greater portion of the flooring In
two hours.' '. - .
Members of- the building com-
tnUtefl.wn.0 have had charge of tho.
work and directed the activities
C. Harris, superintendent of
nday schoolhairman; Dr.
Frank E.. Brown,! Elbert PowelL
E. Ei Elliott 'and "Alvln Meade.
Pronertv Qualification at
- School Elections Is Hit
The Oregon ; Parent-Teacher as-
sociation, Inc., has Jiled with tne
secretary of ,state a proposed .in
itiative bill that would remove the
property qualf ication for voters at
school elections. ( It is proposed
that the measure - shall go on the
ballot at the November election.
It wjll be referred to the attorney
general for ballot title. The bill
would amend section 5140, Ore
gon Laws, to read as follows:
"Any citizen of this state, male
or female who Is 21 years of age
ahd has resided In the district 30
days Immediately preceding the
meeting or election shall be entit
led to vote at any school meeting
or election in said district. , The
chairman of any 'school meeting;
or the judge of election,, or any
qualified elector, is hereby author
ired to challenge any person who
may offer to vote at said meeting.
In case an elector has been chal
lenged or disqualified, 'it shall "be
the duty of the chairman of such
meeting or Judge "of election, to
administer to' each person, so chal
lenged an oath that he or she will
truly, answer all questions pro
pounded to him , or her touching
his or her place of residence and
qualifications as an - elector t at
such meeting, and upon taking
which he shall interrogate him or
her respecting his or her citizen
hip in this state, his or her age and
residence In. the district immed
iately preceding the meetngi or
Annual Reports Filed
v By Public Utilities
The.: Idaho. Power company re
ports to the public service com
mission that for the year 1923 its
net'income was $413,795.97 and
its surplus $65,615.41. The oper
ating revenue was $2,516,130.61
and operating expenses $1,156,-
522.85. " :v : :' . - - -
Other reports received yester
day were: v '' "t
Home Telephone & Telegraph
company of Southern' Oregon '
Operating revenue $66,593.59; op
erating expense. $44,509.67; net
income $15,446.07; deductions.
Deschutes Power company Op-
erating revenue, $68,718.96; oper
ating expenses, $37,952.13; net
operating revenue $30,766.83;
surplus for year $383.64. ,
Enterprise Electric company-
Operating revenue $59,214.94;
operating expense, $28,875.46;
net operating revenue, $30,339.48;
deductions $9088.66; net income,
Willamette Valley Southern
railway Operating revenue. $83.-
088.96; operating expenses $13,-
510.32: ODeratins- Iokji. SKfi.42.2fi
PAPER AND RAGS
We pay cash for all kinds
r- - .
Capital Junk Co.
House of a half million
" bargains. i
215 Center St.
Foot of County Bridge
i i . , , ,
Pbone ' 23 AdrerUalas Dept.
... , ) ...... '- . ;
rnue ikur s sooutt
W. H. B. a. Jr.
Ksldnt Acei 71. StaU 8t,
Money H Xban
- ' T. K, 23) " '
(Otit Ltdd aa Bank)
AUTOMOBUl RepaWag la
WE STAND BACK CrM-KYTXilXU ve
do for your car. t
H,-1. IBIS ;
17J Solrty f
- 1 ; - i la aprl
O. " 3."
H0USE Am- mitksTS.1 PHOXE
2056J. - t 2-apriT
FOR RENT ArtmenU ' 2a
THREE ROOSr-ABUiEXT rCRSISH
ed. 493 Ceirte
2 ASD 3 ROOM ri'IISHED-'APARt-
ments, furnace IpcftriTate bath. 545
Coort Bt-. rhotf 7., ; i 2a-apr3.
cleak 2 ROOM
men with kit
e, heat, lights.
water, garage, f hi
1633JL - 891 ' K.
3 "ROOM FURXISTEII
592 if. pummel P,
FOR RENT r0'T4VN APARTmenta
wnh water andheA - Patton Apart
ment. Call Paiji'WBook store. 2a-tf
in. Call at- SO 3
with private batl
- vregon bldg. -
TOR RENT AP
TOR lira Houses
HOCSE FOR RE PIIOXE 1825 OR
can at ltl .-Bth. ? 1 2b-apr2
FIVE ROOM BUKtLOW 4LHOST new
excellent condi A - rll at 1540
State-St. - - t 2b-apr2
; m -: : ' - FOMENT"-'-. - '
5 room, fumim house, splendidly
ivcaiea, per tottt. ,
6 reom house ttly farn
tly for niched, f 18
per month. - 1 - - i
room house, lfce garden spotk 1 12
'per month. .1 ,
rooj house, oV in, f 35. -'
, 7 room- honse, Ts rv $50
7 room house, hge in, S25.
GERTRUDE iM. PAGE -
493 N. Ct Bb-mar26tf
FOR REXl Booms
SL.EEPIXO PORCH F
RZST, 592 N.
; t sc-apra
FOR RENT TJNFtJRXStED ROOMS,
729 N. Libertr. ? : T j 2c-mar23
FOR BENT APARf Mil NTS AND
isvpina; rooma. 4eozaru JUotei, 23 a.
LOVERS OF FLdVEBS Gl,ADrOLUS,
Rainbow mixturfJ 2a kinis.J 40 tor $1;
100 for 2. Ghdiolns, Giant exhibi
tion mixture, 3ll for'$l; 100 Jr f3.
Dahlias, Giant fixture, aU different,
10- for $1. Cainas, all colon ; gor
geous, 10- for f Iris, Supreme mix-
; ; -d, lo for SI. Tuberoses, feisiS Pearl.
12 ; for SI. Cwysanthemoma,' hardy,
all colors, 10 fir i 'Phlox, hardy,
all colors, lo fof $l. Peoaies. all the
best, S to 5 eye 3 for Si: IS for $3.
Order now "Our (supply is KBited.:
Tulips, Giant Ltrwin or Esrly; mix
ed or separate ilors, 4.0 f $1; 100
Tor 2. . Narcisius,"' single -or- double,
80 for. $1; 10(J for S3. - Hyacinths,
(Bedding) mixd or sepnte colors,
20 for 1; looifor $4. Hyacinths
Giant, top-siie, 1 12 for fl. Special
prices. : on large 1 lots. All orders sent
post paid C.O.tJi if you wish.
R. J. GIBBIKS t it k "
Ht. Holly, New Jersey. 4-apr30
ROSE. BED SAND. I SELL BEST Grade
on the market. Phone 31411. 4-apr30
KALE SEED tOe PER FOCND BY. maiL
Lloyd A. Lee. - I 4-aprS
' BURROCGHS ADDIJTG MACHINE
(Tisible.) Good as sew t a bargain.
Phone 1811. . - -pr3
FIRST cuass "earliest of all".
wo - TfoTSTOcs. - in i era n
". .. 'Nursery j; ::-v
has a few of Dr. Bean's, Big' Trench
A prune trees left; also walnut and. fil
,bert trees. 3. J. Mathis. . RtJ 1, Salem
iPhone 105Fi. 4tf
repaired by the
Have your machini
people who make
rate to students.
Pbone 22. '
t. f port si reniei
OO- Jfasanie iJiag.
for salk old( newspapers io
w Dnnaie. - vi
WR BUY ASD SELLiAIX. KINDS OP
junk, hardware,, elotc. t upi'
Bargain House and tfunk X,:
mud FroM'.t th Kr;3ce. 1 4-II4U
HAVE YOUR tt"RNlv"r. . .... tJ
mA xl:,kAJ I Will' 1YW1-
. --Vi the material to
- ' vtr wilt Mfl J ' fc. . . . i ; 1 1
do lhe work yourself. 0c "J1
u. n.MPer oc shades.
1VOY V 'VV
Beautiful Oregjt,"! Rosf
" And leen other . Breiro
' getber with a fine collwtioi
te songs. saccM, songs an
time favorites. c
(Speelal; priees Jn iiantit
cspeetaiiy adaptable 'lor
inanity or home singing.
70 pages now ia it third i "u :
OREGON TEACHERS aiOTH T rt.
1- ;. ;
ra Top lb
our 1 1 -
inr, songs 1 io
,1 'JOISI T
On wttk- 1aMTtIoM
One month ..... ,, , -
81 wontn' ' Contract, per no
13 nontht' contract, par no
any a4rertisemect 25
COLLIE tK)Cf 447 -CENTER ST.-a-a2
CARLOAD 6 ILORSES WILL BE SOLD
this wek--t,priate sale In Oregon
Trsnsfw Co. barn, 404
S. Com'l. St. E.
SEVERAL- GOOp MILK COWS, TRESir
and coming fresh, for sale. W. O.
Sodertnan, Jetfersonpre Rt. 1. Phone
49F23 irom -fialem. f ' 4a-fl0tf
FOR " 8ALfc A PEW SWrSS -SAAXE.Y
milk Coats, -young. Jrids, yearlings, twi
. year olds, dry- and good milkers.. All
registered. : Prices reajfonable; 835 and
up. Kingwood tanen - Goat - ranch.
West Salem. At ranch Sandaya. Ere-nihgs,-7W-X.
High St Balem. Call
. and eee them. - ' " - 4a-mr:!0tf
"WANTED Employment 13
WANTED FANCY AND PltAIN CUR
tains to laundry and stretch. Price
reasonable.-' 750- N. Front. - 12-apr4
RELilABLE PARTY WASTS SEVERAL
small sets of books to keep evening.
Box 1060, eare Statesman 12-apr30
MARRIED MAN- WANTS ' FARM OR
orehard work. Can handle team or
tractor. 1363 Waller. Phone 1028J.
- - 4 . - j 12-mar28tf
WOMAN WAITS DAY WORK.
WOODRT THE. AUCTIONEER BUY3
nsed furnitsre for cash. : Phone 511.
'. - r " v - . "' 13-apr6.
WANTED TO BORROW $500 ON FARM
property, -first -mortgage, 7 per cent,
For particulars write 1034, eare States
man . 13-apr2
WANTED i MEN AND WOMEN TO
take farm paper subscriptions. A good '
' ' nrooosition to the right people. Ad
dress the Pacific. Homestead. Statesman
Bldg.. Salens. Or. .. -
WANTED TO CONTRACT CHERRIES.
See Ward JC Richardson. 1? spri
IJV.ND PLASTER SOWER" WANTED
TO rent or buy. Phone 1748R
- ' - .4 13-im-t
V HELP. WANTED Slale Cc I
WANTED AN- INDUSTRIOUS YOUNG
man- who wants to team automobile
painting.' "Wages "while learning.
RELIANCE AUTO PAINTING CO.
219 State Up-atairs. 5c-apr2
-.- ' ' 'WANTED .
First t class experienced
ear -washer, nose other need
apply. See Ben Vick at
Vick Bros High and trade.
G ARAGB FOR. RENT !J60 ' NORTH
Church street. ; o-aprS
-c .: : , Roofs .
Alto reshingling and painting
T ean paint' yont roof tree a, blue,
black or yellow.
M. R. MATHEWS
, phone 167 o-mar29tf
. fOUIJTRY And EGGS 7
WHITE LEGHORN. HATCHING EGGS
tuanson strain) large heas, large eggs.
SI per setting, 5 per 100. C. U.
Fisher, Bt. 2. Salem. Phone 18F31.
- -v.- ,- - 7a-aprS
BABY .. CHIX RI REDS. - BARRED
Rocks, Buff Orpinftons, White Leg
horns. Black ( Minorcas and Aneonaa
from high ejg producing stock. Ready
April 8. Enoch Crews, Seabright, CaL
RHODE ISLAND -RED HATCHING e czs,
sue. doxen. JUU A. iiarns, Salem. Phon
26F2. i 7a-apr25
PUREBRED AN CON A CHICKS 1 17.50
hundred. Bt. 54 Box 43, Salem. Phone
'118F2. -: - . , . , 7a-apr3
EGGS FOR HATCHING RIB B5e FOR
la; 2201 W. Nob Hill St 7a-pr 2
RHODE ISLAND RED HATCHING e?gs.
per hundred, if. M. Magee, Rout4
5. Salem. Phene 81F25. 7a-apr4
PUREBRED BABY CHICKS
At reduced prices. White Leehorna '
Reds, Barred Rocks, White Rocks, Min
rchaa, Anconss.S.Buff Orpingtons. Da
Wrarie Tuesday jy erj week. S1m
Chickenea, 55S State. Phone- 400.
'. 1 ! ' ' 7a-mar6t
FOR SALE BABY CHICKS THAT Will
live, several breeda. FUkt't Petland.
.273 State. . ! 7a-m9tJ
THE AVEAAGE Hint , DOES NOT PAY
a profit. Purebred hens bred te lay
pay -big profit and have made hun
dreds of poultry men wealthy. Four
teen trios C world champion pur'
bred chickens will be given free to am
bitious men, women, i boys and girls.
.Send name and address and full infor
T?U J Purebred
Chicken Editor, Northwest Poultry Jour
nal. Salem. Oregon. Dep't. A. 7a-i30tf
REAL ESTATE City 8
FOR SALE HOUSE. FIVE S ROOMS,
bath, pantmnafinished baaement. P.v!
864 Sonth 12th. Phone lfl02J. 8-tf
A NICE LOT OX SOUTH COTTAOF.
sAaS""? ?.Uh' Ioo4 street
w ana water
'". Diaewaika in.
terms on purrhase. '
a-ira a?? i'lf T1" lot' 10;
- f J0O down, babtnre $25 mo
J. A. MILLS. S314 Stati" " 8 apr3
Cloae In S room house, lights, hot
and eoldwatec. bath, woodshed. On
ear line. Pnee t2200r terms. - -
Vs ' acre vilh small house. Prir
tlOOO; 2O0t cash. Balanci $15 T per
, month and Interest. - F
i S room honse with furniture.
Salem. Trtrn $2000; terms.
5 roSin BOU. Ut 66x122.
. Salem. Ptiee- $ 1800 ; terms.
; ' i room modern house and 3
n una. in alem. . Price
S15UO cash.- balance -ttrt.
v'"Ataoa new-bungalow, garage. Nor' i
; 3 room house near F.mth Com'l. rr
line.- X:ios In. PrW 18i0; terms?
' KRUEGER - 1
147 North C-oin'l. I1on 217
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