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LIVESLE Y, 0r April 2 8. The
G. T. Club met with Mrs. Mary
Johnson . In Salem last Thursday
afternoon. After a luncheon
serred by ' the hostess 1 the mem
bers spent, the afternoon with
needlework. " Those present were
Nemo Self-Redudnj No. 333 '
Is a real barsain." It bas a low top
nd tnedium skirt. Made in dur
able pirJc or white coutil; sizes
"4 to 36 and cons only $3.00.
If yar deaW nn't M it. tend name, ad
dreMt i2 and S3. UVU end the conet. ,
Nemo HyglealcFatKioa laadtntai '
V2d . 16th New York CDepfc &k. Q
lit... r 57i;-s 7
' ' yJTYIliOW PENCIL l ,
kV it RED BAND WiSf ZZnavrJ
LZACIEFL'CIL CO. KEVWXKUSJi.Jm'
Have You Heard The New Organ?
You'll Like It!
j........ . ;. v.-.V-.-
Mrs. Alice Coolidge, Mrs. S. Dav
enport, Mrs. B. Stutesman, Mrs.
C. D, Query, Mrs. J. P. Dressier,
Mrs. H. Tracy, Mrs. George Hig
glns, Mrs. H. B. Carpenter Mrs.
C. Schwab, Mrs. B. Townsend, Mrs.
P. J.'Lainson, , Mrs.". Flora Holley,
Mrs. John Jay, Mrs. N. P. Kugel.
Mrs. C. D. Query will entertain the
club at, the next regular meeting.
Mrs. E. Fitrwater . of Portland
visited her 'daughter, Mr3. B.
Stutesman last week.
Mrs. Flora Holley and son Vir
gil spent the week-end with Mrs.
Alice Coolidge. t ' . "
Mervin Fidler has been sick at
his homo tor several days." ; .
Leonard Ranton fell from a
tractor and broke his arm recently.
He and his parents live at present
near Gresham. J
Mrs. B. Stutesman will, spend
next week with relatives in Port
land. ; ..." J
.Mrs.'W. A. Burns of Wauna, Or.,
who has been visiting her sister,
Mrs. H. B. Carpenter, returned
home Tuesday. - v , "
Mrs. Alice Coolidgo attended the
meeting of the past matrons o" the
Eastern Star ' Friday evening ' at
Mrs. A. Godfrej's n Salem. r
A". Hanson and family have pur
chased a 10-acre tract In Home
stead Acres of Ed Croisaa and are
building a house on It.
Nature changes " little. Grand
mother may . bob her hair, but she
still weeps when little Willie's
curls are cut of f. ;
At any rate the Investigators
didn't drag in the names' of. Wash
Ington and Cromwell.
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BIG PICTURE FOR
TN A I V
Salespeople in Local Stores
Join Movement Organ
With the preliminary work of
organizing the salespeople in two
Salem stores completed Monday;
the painters back of a movement
for a 44-hour week; the carpent
era ' to hold a special meeting
Thursday night to decide upon a
44-hour week; the organization of
stage drivers and building labor
ers next week and the installation
of a charter for the cooks and
waitresses and the recent organi
zation of meat dealers, Salem Is
fast becoming a thoroughly or
ganized city with nearly all of the
leading unions represented. ..') ; -Salespeople
in the John J. Rot
tie and : Rostein & Greenbaum
stores decided to affiliate with the
retail clerks' union, with' those in
other stores signifying their inten
tions of joining as soon as possi
ble, as a result of several hours
work in the city by C. J. Hayes,
an. International vice president of
the Retail Clerks' International
Protective association, with head
quarters, in x Portland. Before
leaving las night Mr. Hayes said
that . business men he " had talked
with were favorable to the plan of
organizing , the salespeople.1 The
unions, be said, nrge their mem
bers to spend their money at
home, not to patronize mail order
houses and to request .union made
products, with preference to Ore
gon products., union-maae gar
ments are never made in sweat
shops, Mr. Hayes pointed out. He
said hev would return in the near
future as'soou as the organization
is ready for its charter.
' Materials necessary to complete
the organization of the cooks and
waitresses arrived yesterday and
preliminary work will be held at
the Central Trades and , Labor
council headquarters on Court
street tonight, according to F. W.
Bond, international organizer for
culinary workers.' The new union
ill be designated as local No.
452 and will be installed Tuesday
night. May 6. A delegation is ex
pected from Portland to install the
First Day of Campaign
1 For Kimball Does Well
Ten teams from Kimball college
reported having received $700 of
the $2,000 goal for Salem in , a
canvass Monday afternoon, accord
ing to an announcement made last
night by Rev. E. C. Hickman, pres
ident. The campaign will continue
today. . . . . " - . .
"Kimball college Is closing one
of the best years in its history,
President Hickman said. : "In
spite of this good record we are
under a great financial handicap.
The $200,000 endowment cam
paign which was authorized three
years ago was postponed to give
Willamette university the right of
way. We had no share in the
fund subscribed to ? Willamette.
Plans for b& Immediate endow
ment campaign are again ' post
poned by the launching of the cam
paign for retired preachers in this
and other conferences of the area:
Our fiscal year , closes Juno 20.
Against a budget of $15,000 for
the year,' $11,500 has been pro
vided from sources outside of Sa
lem. There Is-, still unprovided
$3500. We expect to secure $1,
500 of this amount outside of Sa
lem and the balance of $2,000
in the. city. Of this amount $700
was raised during the first few
, Students, faculty and alumni of
the college are uniting in the cam
paign to -raise- the - necessary
amount. ; - r' - v ' ,: --
Memorial Day Annual
; i f Mailed By Churchill
l J. A. Churchill, state superin
tendent of . schools, is mailing to
the county superintendents the
Oregon Memorial Day Annual,
containing suggested Memorial day
programs, rules for flag etiquette
and selections that may be memor
ized by the pupils. The spirit of
Memorial day is set forth by Mr.
Churchill in the foreword, which
says: - -.""''
j "Again we arrive at the season
when we publicly express that senr
timent of love and respect that
is in our hearts' at all times for
those who made the supreme sac
rifice for us.' The heroes of yes
terday who fought, suffered and
died to pass on to - us a heritage
of peace and prosperity, have sac
rificed ; in ' vain unless we, as
bravely and selfishly, live for that
cause for which they gave the last
full measure .of devotion. " If we
fail to transmit to future genera
tions, pure and unsullied, the
priceless boon which they have be
queathed to . us, we have been
traitors to .the cause., We have
not kept faith with them if we
do not perpetuate, with fair deal
ings and brotherly love the peace
which they have planted. As we
bow in reverence to the memory
of our dead. let us take stock of
our patriotism and pledge our
selves anew in loyalty to our coun
try and to the fundamental prin
ciples for which it stands." -
Conference of Oregon Au
thors Will Present In
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON,
Eugenet April 28. (Special to
The Statesman.) The seeond an
nual conference of Oregon writers
is to be held at the University of
Oregon Saturday, May 3. The
conference will . draw to the cam
pus the best known prose fiction
writers, poets and critics in the
state. Two well known -writers
from Washington are expected."
' Writers ' who have already sig
nified their Intention of attending
the conference are: Edison Mar
shall, novelist; Charles Alexander
short story writer; Victor, Shawe,
short story. . writer; . Anthony Eu
wer, poet and illustrator; Albert
Wetjen, short story writer; Judge
Charles H. Carey, historian and
president of the Oregon Writers'
league; Donegan Wiggins, writer
of articles on outdoor life; Alex
ander Hull, short story - writer;
Robert O. Case, short story writer;
Mrs. Grace Torrey, short, story
i s s a
III JL f
His Longest, Latest
. . i ... .h . , ' J.
writerJ Others who are expected
to be present are: Mabel Holmes
Parsns poet and critlcf Hugh
Hume, editor of the Spectator;
George O'Neal, literary editor of
the Oregon; Journal; Richard V.
Ilaller, book editor of the Ore
gonlan; Col. E. Hofer, editor of
The Lariat; Murray Made, editor
of the Oregon Magazine; Kenneth
Gilbert and Frank Richardson
Pierce, of Seattle, short story
writers, and others.
While on the campus the visi
tors will be the guests of Pot and
Quill and Ye Tabard Inn,' student
literary societies, and Sigma Delta
Chi and Theta Sigma Phi, student
journalism societies. - These organ
izations will entertain at luncheon
Three addresses on various as
pects of "Modernism" will be
given Saturday afternoon in Alum
ni Hall, woman's building. Vic
tor L. O. Chittlck. professor of
literature at Reed college; Prof.
Herbert C. Howe, head of the Eng
lish department, and Prof. Kimball
Young, of the psychology- depart
ment of the University of Oregon,
will be the speakers.
A banquet in honor of the visi
tors will be held in Hendricks hall
in the evening.; Guests will attend
the Junior Vod-vil following, the
banquet. '" After the performance
the men will be guests-at a smok
er staged by Ye Tabard Inn.
Miss Mathea Jensen to "
Be Graduated as Nurse
SILVERTON, Ore., April 28.
(Special.) Si Iverton friends have
received Invitations to the gradu
ating exercises of Miss : Mathea
Jensen, who is a member of the
1924 graduating class of the Em
manuel hospital training school at
Portland. , The graduating exer
cises will be held at the Lutheran
Emmanuel : church at Portland
Wednesday evening. Miss Jensen
is a Silverton girl, the daughter of
Mrs. Anna K. Jensen of North
1 SALEM MARKETS
- GEAOT A3TD BAT
so. 1 -wheat-
X. 3 red vhaat. lacked
uata i i.
45e 0 48v
...$12 (ft $13
..S12 6i tlA
Cheat hay .
CloTer hn baled. $12 & $14
rrleea quoted are wholesale and are
price i receired by farmers. X retail
prices are rien.
liOS. JBUTXSS. BuTTESTAf
Creamery butter pq 40e.
antterfat. 4elirerel 85e
Milk, per cwt .
Hedmm and lient iiena ., 14n
POKK, KTJTTOII AJTD BET
Hoss.top, 130-223 ift, ewt $7.50
Hogs, top, 223-275, ewt., ...$7.00
Hog . top. 275-800, ewt $6.50
Light owi, wt ..$5.O0
Rough hmmwy 04e O 05e.
Top Teal, dressed ...... 9e
Cows w , 02 V4 05 V4
SEE ADS UNDER THIS
'HEADING ON THE
-'CLASSIFIED PAG E
:Ltoday :: , ::
1J. X .
anil Greatest Comedy
Phone S3 AdTertislns DPC
Rata per ward:
Threw laaartions ,
Money to Loan
On Real Estate .
T. K. FORD '
(Over Ladd Bosh Bank)
WE GIVE GOOD SERVICE OX SUCH
ears aa Lexington and Buieks.
JACK DOERFER MOTOR REPAIR
410 8. Commercial, i 2-apr29
til the center of town, reasonable rates.
. II. II. HARRIS -
173 8. Liberty St. 2-apr29
RUNSrSO BOARD LISOLEtJM 25o A
sqoare foot. . Max ,0. Bur en, 179 I.
O. J. Hull
250 State St.
Notice of IntenUom , Co Improve
Church Street From Hoyt Street
to Oxford Street.
Notice Is hereoy grren tliat the
Common Council ot the City of Sa
lem, Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to Im
prove Church Street from the
north line of Hoyt Street to the
Bouth line of Oxford street at the
expense of the abutting and adja
cent property, except the street
intersections the. expense of which
will be assumed by the City of Sa
lem,, by bringing , said portion of
said ' street to the established
grade, constructing cement con
crete curbs, and paving said por
tion ef said street with a six inch
cement, concrete pavement In ac
cordance with the plans and speci
fications , therefor which were
ar'cpted by the Common Council
April 21st, 1924, which plans are
cow 'on file in the office of the City
Recorder and which are hereby re-
fr rred to and made a part hereof
The Common Council hereby de
clares its purpose and intention to
make the above described improve
ment by .and through the Street
Improvement Depatment "of the
City of Salem.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 21st day or April, 1924.
M. POULSEN. Citr Recorder.
f)ate of first publication hereof
t April 23rd. 1924. mi.
Notice of Intention to Improve Al
ley in Block 81 of Original Plat
of City of Salem, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove the Alley in Block 81 of the
Original Plat of the City of Sa
lem, Marion County. Oregon, at
the expense of the abutting and
adjacent property by bringing said
a.ley to the established grade and
paving same with a six inch cement
concrete pavement fourteen feet
vide with a crowned center In ac
cordance with the plans and speci
fications tnereior; which were
adopted by the Common Council
April 21st, 1924, and which are
new on file in the. office of the
City : Recorder and by reference
made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby de
clares its purpose and intention to
make the above described im
provement by and; through the
Sti eet Improvement Department of
the City of Salem.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 21st day of April, 1924.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication hereof
is April 23, 1924. m4.
I REALTY EXCHANGES
Reported by Union Abstract
j r; Company
Title and Trust company to I.
A. Custis. tract 8 plat "B" Will.
Valley Irr.Lan Co., $10. 1 ;
Henrietta Will to Amy S. Hurst,
pt. lot 3 blk 6 Aurora f 1. '
- James Maitland i and wf., to
George, E.. Allen, lots 10, 11 Oak
Lawn Park Add., Salem. Or., $10l
. t A. P. Bailey to Alberta May Bai
ley,, lot 3, blk 15 Riverside Add.,
Salem, Or., $1.
, Title and Trust Co.. to J. W.
Nipple and wf.,-. tracts 5,- 6. 7. plat
"B Willamette Valley J Irr. - Land
Ada Strong to L. A. Westacott, pt.
blk 2, Yew. Park Add., $2000. '
Samuel F. White and wf. ' to
Bertis H. White, lot 1, blk. 9, En-
glewood Add., Salem, Oregon, $10.
The shortest distJince between
buyer and seller. .
Ona week, (sis Insertions)
Six months' eontraet per mo.
12 months' contract, per nao-
Kisimam or.si3MdTrtii 8
PASTURE- PHONE' 892W.
FOR RENT 5 ACRES . GOOD BLACK
aoil. eloe in. - inquire ow uroiaw.j.
- .v 4-apr30
SPACE FOB KENT 178 SOUTH LIB
rty St. ' - " 4-Mayl
FOR BENT FOR 1-3 OF THE CROP.
lea acres, lair ooiain; uw
enltiTation. 6 milea south.
SOCOLOFSKY. Realtor '
341 State St. apr!9tf
FOR RENT apartment 5
FOR RENT APARTMENTS; 411 ?orth
NICE FURNISHED APARTMENT. Close
in, 495 N. Commercial. . xhona 17S7W.
LARGE FURNISHED FLAT. GARAGE,
aeabt Mar 1. Adulta only 1395 S.
High. Phone 555J. 5-apr29
TWO UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS
340 N Liberty St. .- ' 5-apr29
FOR RENT 3 APTS. CLOSE IN. NO obr
iection to children. Mrs. Moyer, 147
N. CommerciaL Room 6. . - 5-apr23tt
STRICTLY MODERN FIVE ROOM heat
ed apartment, unfurnished. Garage.
-Reasonable' price.' .1444 Center. Phone
1377J. .- 5-apr23tf
FURNISHED APARTMENT WITH Piano
592 N. Sammer. Phone "1078. 6-a20tI
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN ' APARTmeata
with water and heat. Patton Apart
meuts. Call, Patton" a Book store. 2a-tf
FOR RENT APARTMENTS, 891 NO.
FOR RENT rooms
NICELY FURNISHED MODERN Rooms.
434 N. High. St. - 6-may4
LARGE WELL FURNISHED ROOM '
Private bath' and garage. 248 North
FURNISHED ROOM, BREAKFAST IF de
sired. Two blocks from State Houae.
253 N. 13th. Phone 885 W; 6-apr3Q
FOR RENT, houses
7 ROOM MODERN HOUSE WITH OA
rage. 710 N. Winter. Phone 768M.
' .: -- . , 7-apr30
FOR RENT A HIGH CLASS BUNGA
low 850. 250 South Cottage. Phone
owner, 151611. .7-may2
Partly furnished 5 room house at
1488 N. Liberty St., $20. Kmeger,
147 North ComM. St. Phone 217.
. . 7-apr29
FOR RENT 8 ROOM FURNISHED
house, east Salem.
7 room unfurnished house.
room bouse. ; ':-
4 room house.
GERTRUDK . J. .M P.AGE-
492 N. Cottage. 7-anr27tf
LARGE 6 ROOM HOUSE. MOST ALL
furnished Phone 1911 or inquire 1185
Marion. - . . T-apr26tf
' FOR SALE miscellaneous S
BEDS. SPRINGS. AND MATRESSES '
Kockers, rhairs, rug. camping bed and
. table. Call Xob Hill store oa 8. Com
mereiaL , t. 8-mayl
LINOLEUM 85e; OXE PATTERN ONLY
at that price. Max O. tfuren, 179 N.
Com'l St. . 8-apr27tf
CHOICE TABLE.' .STOCK AND . SEED
potatoes. Day phone 717, evening 827J
or can at S42 Bute St. - 8-mayl9
FOR SALE TEAM, HARNESS. WAGON
AU tor $50. Kt. 8, BOX 233. J. A
Townsend. Phone 78F18. 8-apr23tf
FOR ALE DROP HEAD SEWING ms-
chine. Good condition. Mrs, Moyer,
147 it. CoinL St. Room 6. 8-apr23tf
LOVERS Of FLOWERS GLADIOLUS,
Rainbow mixture. 25 kinds. 40 for $1:
100 for $2. Gladiolus,. Giant exhibU
tion mixture, so for $1; 100 for $3.
Dahlias, Giant "mixture, ell different,
10 for $1. Cannas. all colors ; gor
geous, iv i or fi. iris, Bopreme mix
ed. 10 font $1. Tuberoses. Giant PearL
12 for $1. Chrysanthemums, hardy.
nn coots, iu tor $i. rniox, nardy,
all colors, 10 for $1. Peonies, all the
beat. S to 5 eyes, 8 for $1; 12 for $8.
Order now Our supply is limited.
Tulips, Giant Darwin or Early; mix
ed or sepsrste colors, 40' for $1; 100
for $2. Narcissus, single or double,
80 for 1; 100 for $3. Hyacinths,
(Bedding) mixed or separate colors.
SO for $1: 100 for $4. Hyacinths
Oiant, top-sise. 12 for $1. 8peeial
prices on large lots. All order aent
post-paid- t;..u. it yon vuk,
. . R. J. GIBHINS
. Mt. Holly. New Jersey. 4-apr80
Beautiful Oregon Rose
And eleven ether Or atom eonea to-
ether with a fine eolleetioa ef oatrios-
e aonrs. sacred aonga and snanr eld
time favorites, - -
ALL FOR 5e. .
(Special prlees in uanUty lets) . ' .
Especially adaptable for school, com
munity er borne singing. Bead for
TO pages aow In its third edition
... Fnbiiahed Mf ;
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 8. Commercial St. Salem. Or.
HAVE YOUR FURNITURE OS AUTO
cleaned nnd polished with "Kwlk
shine" or will sell yon the material to
do the work yourself, 50e nnd $1. Will
also . clean your wallpaper er shades.
Agents wanieaV- P O. Box 428 or
.Phone- 1820. - 4-J15tf
GARDEN SAND $3.50 LOAD, TWO yards.
w7 mm xnone bism. e-aprsu
as n few ef Dr. Bean's Big Trencb
prune trees left; also walnut nnd fil
bert trees. J. J. Msthis, Rt. 7. Salem
8ilTerton highway., phone 105F5. 4tf
- Have your . machine repaired by the
wuw iuw jx. rtpeciai rental
rate to students. 800-Masonio Bid.
Phone 262. a28tf
FOR SALE miscellaneous C
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 1
eenta a handle. Circulation deparime
CHOSE OUT WALL. PAPERS ARE (
ing fast. Oet yours while the sfror
inent is good. Mx O. Buren, 179
Com'l. I- - . ' - fi tr-r"
FOR BALE livestock 0
WELL BKOKK IRAFT nORSE, weigf t
1400 pounds. 'I. J. Lank ford, Kt. 1-.,
Box. 212, Salem. Phone 25K3. S -2i
SEVERAL GOOD MILS COWS, TF.ZZ
and earning fresh, for sale. V. c.
Soderman, Jefferson, Ora Kt. 1. I fc
49F23 from Salens. 4a-fit ;
FOR SALE A FEW SWISS SAAXI ;
milk goats, young kids, yearlings, t
- year olds, dry and good milker, jy
registered. Prices reasonable; 35 ar 1
up. Kingwood Saanen Goat rs' i,
' West Salem. At ranch Sundays. 1 ...
Dings. E. E. Woods, 700 N. Hish f .
Balene. Call end see them. 4-m- '
WOOD FOR SALE 11
18 INCH WOOD, $3.75 PER LOAD; 4
loads $14. Phone 1879 W. ll-msyU
GREEN OR DRY MIUL WOOD, FIR. Oak.
and Ash. Reasonable prices. Promt t
deliveries. Phone 1879W. ll iusr. J
WELL 8EA80NED WOOD OF ALL kind,
Reasonable prices. Phone 42F14.
i I 14-msyS
DRY' SECOND GROWTH FIR $7.00 jt
eor4 delivered. Phone 188, Msyf
y. -. - h , l-liid
BJEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. and 10 inch green rnxH wfr.1
Dry aill wood
Dry second growth fir
Dry old fir
1$ inch BLOCK mill wood ! te I t
feel to sar your dry wood. Pre"-M
deiirery and reasonable price. It-i
' X. Walla, 280 8. Cbaxek, Phone 154 .
- WOOD AND COAL :
Lerge, dry, seeond growth, first "
- oak. Reasonable prices. Phone le .
..- r . 14-aprS
TOR SALE DRY SECOND-GROWTH t
wood, 4 ft. for immediate dli-r
- Thnn 1 ft. ' -fl
.WANTED employment 12
WANTED BY RELIABLE YOUNO rcaa,
spare time work. Krenings and Satur
day. 2008, care Statesman. 12 aprao
FOR A PRACTICAL KURSE PII05'
1609R. ' 12-spt.i
POSITION WANTED BOOKKEEPING;
clerical work, typing references. Tel
ephone 1370 daytime, 1076J CTenini-4.
-. . . ' 12-spr.J
RELIABLE PARTY WANTS SEVERAU
. small sets of books to keep OTeninr
Bo 1060. eare Stateerasn. . H-" ;
WANTED miscellaneous 13
WANTED GRADE GUERNSEY OR Jer
sey cows. Fresh or to freshen soon.
Also a Jersey bull.. Call 63F4. 13-mjl
FOR QUICK SALE LIST YOUR HOME
. with me. I need more listing rir t
away. Mr. Moyer, 147 X. Commercial.
Room 6. :( . 13 apr27tf
WANTED HOUSES TO. SELL FOR
$20O or $300 down. Hare buyers
" waiting to buy List with me for
quick sale. Mrs. Moyer, 147 North
t Commercial... Room 6. 13-apr2"t(
BASEMENT DIGGING AND TEAM we-?
. by contract. Call 19F8. 13-aprl74
WOODRY THE AUCTIONEER BUT
need furniture for. cash. Phone Sll,
; ... . -. . . . i-sr i
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN T3
take farm paper subscriptions. A t " "'
' proposition to the right- tecele. - A s
dress the Paeifie Homestead, tLatesu..;
Bids;.. Salem, Or. - .
WILL TRADE MY SQUARE GRAND
. piano for Ford ear. Rt. 1, Box 110,
' AamsviUe, Oregon. 14-my4
M. R. Mathews -
is an expert roof repair man. Repair
ing, reshingling and repainting are b
specialties. Let him estimate on your
next job. Call him at 107. 14-apr2Utf
Well. T may not be, but I can paint
your roof green. I do reshingling, roof
repairing, etc I can also - paint yoU
root in bine, black er yellow. .
Call me at 187
M.R, MATHEWS o-aprl7a
HELP WANTED female 17
WANTED-GIBL TO ASSIST WITH
' honxe work. Phone 797. 17-nr30
HELP WANTED male 18
WANTED A HAJfDY MAN TO WORK
on' amail place. Must be honest and
steady. No 'Objections to an elderly
" msn. Board and room, small wage,
steady work. U. S. Employment otfire,
YMCA. , . 18-mayl
WANTED YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
character to learn auto top business.
Must come well recommended. Apply
256 State. 18-apr3Q
POULTRY AND EGG3 21
COCKERELS OVER FIVE WEEKS old
lOl. & it . 1 . . v.. . A n.. -
V3. - u wn at once, rneot Xitil
RHODE ISLAND RED HATCHING eggs.
i-riccs reaaeeo. i. jjl. Msgee, Kt. 5,
Salem, Phone 81F25. 21-may4
RHODE ISLAND RED HATCHING eggs.
fiOe. doaen. D. A, Karris. Salem. Phone
PUREBRED BABY CHICKS
Al reduced prices. White Leghorns,
Soda. Barred Rocks, White Rocks, II m
erehes, Aneonaa, Buff Orpingtons. Ie
liveries Tuesday every week. Sales
Chick eriee, 658 SUte, Phone 400.
FOR SALE BABY CHICKS THAT Wi'l
tive. several breeda. H'lake's Petlan.L
278 State. 7 a m w if
THE AVERAGE HEN DOES NOT PAY
n prouu mreored bens bred to lsy
pay big profits, and have made hun
dreds ef poultry men wealthy. Four
teen trios ef world champion pure
bred chickens will be given free to am
bitions men, women, boys and girla.
Send name and address and full Infor
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