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THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1921
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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HOW TO ESCAPE FROM EVIL: Because thou hast made the
-Lord, which "is my refuge, eyen the
'shall no eril befall thee neither
dwelling. For he shall gie his
thn In all Ihv Psalm 91:9
PRATER: We rejoice to
np precious, as the apple of Thine
V7E MUST AI7D V7ILL HAVE POTATO STARCH
FACTORIES HI SALEM ,
' One of the next big developments in the building. up of
Salem and the Salem district should be the securing of potato
starch factories here, manufacturing also potatoflour and
dextrine and the long list of. other articles that come from the
starch content.of potatoes ..V, 5;, . .
For this is a development that will be founded on conditions
that are ideal; it will le following. the lines of. least resistance;
doing the things that we can do better than other sections
And this is the opportune time. The time is ripe. - The tariff
duties have been fixed to encourage this development, with a
view to making ours a self contained nation; lt is high, time
that we ceased sending great sums to other countries for potato
starch and potato flour and dextrine. We can have an industry
here furnishing essential products and bringing us millions of
dollars annually of new money ' - ; '
And an industry founded on a product "of our soil. :
: . : Here is the big point : In the Salem district, and the whole
of the lower Willamette valley, ;if not all of the valley, our
climate and soil are such as to revitalize potato seed. That is,
potatoes that have "run out" in other sections may be planted
here and revitalized. "We have the seed potato country par
excellence.' We should therefore have a great potato growing
industry; specializing on seed potatoes. And the culls should
be used in making potato starch and flour and dextrine.
We are on' the way. Read the article of Prof. L. S. Eller
man in this issue. He is at the head of a factory at Gresham
ihat is a great success. He has the secret, of making, potato
starch the right way the German secret. . The Salem district
must get busy; not next year. Now. There are those here who
are already interested. The matter must be followed up. -
MThis is no abandonment of the idea that Salem is the dehy
dration center of the world.! It is ah elaboration of the idea.
Potato starch and potato flour and dextrine manufacturing is
dehydration. It is the biggest thing in that-line in the workl
la Germany. ,- ' x. , ' . w , .
,r Dehydration mtist grow here. These, briefly, are the "out
standing points of dehydration. It means the saving of billions
of dollars in freight charges; in the shipping of sugar, glass
jars and tin e'ahs and heavy crates and boxes, and ice and water.
Dehydrated fruits and vegetables may go to the ends of the
earth ; to any climate; , Dehydration is the great conservation
idea; the missing link between an over abundanee in : Any,, place;
in any season, and a scarcity in any other place or. season.- -
So Salem must hold all its gains in the field of dehydration,
and make all the new ones possible; and the most important of
all the new ones is the dehydration of potatoes -making all the
long list of commercial products founded on the starch that is
found in our cull potatoes. . r
sOne other thing: Potatoes for potato flour and starch and
dextrine must be grown on land that is not irrigated. We can
raise millions and millions of bushels on such lands, here. '
It is a source of a erood deal
of satisfaction to Willamette uni
Tersity that it - is a.' teacher of
spiritual things as well as tempo
rL Roger W. Babson, a nation
el statistical expert, declares that
it would be far better ' for the
country if some colleges ; were
closed v altogether than to hare
theta continue to teach the ma
terialistic economic doctrines that
they are doing1 today." " Mr. Bab
son further deplores! the neglect
"to teach the importance of the
great spiritual forces' as an In
disputable ; balance for t material
knowledge! ' , . , . . . , j
Willamette has always empha
sized the spiritual, end while It
has been thorough in its practical
instruction, the spiritual side has
been emphasized always.' We hare
been careful In our teachings .of
science and hare insisted that the
spiritual slds of science be Just as
important as the materialistic.
Science is understanding -of he
law of the universe the laws of
Cod. It is error, not truth, it is
misunderstanding, not understand
ing, that retards progress, spiritu
ally, morally and materially. If
science, which is understanding of
the laws of the universe and of
God. ( is' most too strong for the
intellectual digestion of some peo
ple, then the essential thing Is for
those ropleto put themselves in
to accord with the laws of the
universe, to adjust their under
standing end their, attitude.- For
science is not golnj to adjust itself
to thera.' ' '"; : -: 1
The groat meeting held in Port
Ian i last week ought to result jn
decisive ste'ps being taken. to en
force the law. There Is a grow
ing' demand for law enforcement
and that demand must be met by
th3 cfriciala. It Is not fair to at
Manager Jab Dept.
Oregoa. aa aeeoad-eleaa asatter.
tha daily Bible Boloctlooaa, th wffl prero
Mostjligh, thy habitation; there
shall any plague, come nigh thy
angels charge over thee, .to Keep
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know. Father, that Thou dost keep
tempt to enforce prohibition with
men not In sympathy with the
law, making a' Jest of an occasion
Inviolable. Here are the resolu
tions in brief adopted at the re
"Placing- prohibition agents un
der civil service. Is ? 1
Making purchasers of illicit
liquor equally guilty with the sell
ers. " Vs -v -"'J- '
Deportation of aliens convicted
f liquor and drug law violations.
Centralization of authority for
enforcement - under , at responsible
head, with a department -".represented
in the cabinet of the, gov
ernment. , : O-.V'i''
.. A statute authorizing ,t&e: presi
dent 'to' use designated Bhlpa. and
officers In the sujpression of rum
A law making it felony to
drive an automobile while intoxi
cated. ; : ' ' : .
-The meaning of 'all this Is that
the opponents of prohibition hare
gone too'far with their propagan
da and resistance. , They have In
spired counter attack. Friends
of prohibition who imagined whecf
the 18th amendment was fatlfied
and the Volstead law passed that
their responsibility was ended have
learned a lesson and are coming
back to the firing line to suppor
the law enforcement officials
WHY XOT THE FAK3fEKSr
The Immigration law was passed
at the behest of labor which did
not want competition bt that char
acter; the tariff law was passed
for the benefit j or Industry. ,the
manufacturers- and the - laborers
combining to the end that they did
not want reduced conditions to the
level of Europe; the transporta
tion act was passed for the bene
fit of f the railroads.- All of this
being true, .why should the far
mer be denied his relief? We sub
mit that it is unfair.
. RELIEF FROM PRIVATE:
The La Follette plan offered at
the Cleveland convention for re
lief ' from private monopoly is
nothing unusual and nothing- dif
ferent from what the republicans
are now standing- for. r The phrase
sounds well, and It is well for that
matter, but it Is only one Item In
a platform before the people.
At this writing the Oregon
Statesman has not seen . the re
publican platform but It has every
confidence that It will be a pro
gressive document, meeting the
demands of this hour. The trou
ble never has been with the plat
form, but it has been with the
men elected upon that patflorm
who then jumped off.
FOLLOWING THE LEADER
The Marion county republican
central committee, following the
propaganda of certain leaders of
the state, has gone on record In
favor of a convention. That Is a
good way to defeat any man who
aspired to office. It looks as
though a convention would fotj
held, but .whoever is nominated
for any office by the convention
will be defeated at the primaries
or at the election. The people of
Oregon are not going to lend their
influence to the practical disen-
franchisement of the women vot
ers, which this means..
NO SPECIAL SESSION
The agitation for a special ses
sion of congress is really not very
strong. There was a time that
when anything went wrong we
thought congress could remedy it.
We are depending less and less
upon congress and more and more
upon our own activities. A spe
cial session of the present congress
would mean a continuation of the
policies we now have and good
ness knows the public was suf
ficiently disgusted the last time.
President Millerand thought to
brave public sentiment In Franc"e
and retain his position, but he has
been forced out of office, and that
is a mighty good thing for France
and the world.
France has impeded every effort
to end the war. It has remained
on the warlike basis and It has
continued to cause turmoil and
strife In Europe. Poincare' was a
wicked man, but finally his own
people took his measure and , in
doing so sent Millerand, his con
federate, along with him.
THE VICE PRESIDENCY
The republicans have a lot at
stake in the vice presidency. They
leave It to the party generally to
see that the whole ticket is not
conservative. It Is all right to
talk about harmony and align
ment, but If we lose a lot of states
there is no fun In.it. The republi
cans ought to elect the president
this year, and indications are that
they win. ;
The convention of doctors I In
Chicago has protested against the
rights to issne permits for alco
hol. In the first place they should
show, alcohol has medicinal value.
In the next place they should show
that the privilege Is not so shame
lessly violated - as it has been in
the past, l - v f
NE W BOOKS AT
"Call o,f " the 1 Canyon." Grey;
Amarlllyuin Love" Maniates:
"Cheat the Boys." Phillpotts
"They Who Walk in the Wilds,"
Roberts; "Astonishing Adventures
of Jane Smith," Went worth: f'Ari-
tona Nights.' White; "Call of the
North," White; "Science Remak
ing the World." Caldwell; "New
Hampshire," Frost; "As I Like
It." Phelps: "Essays of Today"
For the Children i
"Famous Stories Retold." Bald
win; "Johnny Crow's Garden."
Brooke; "That's Why Stories."
Bryce; "Overall Boys" Graver:
"Sunbonnet Babies in Holland,"
Grover; -"Tbe Cock, the Mouse,
and the Little Red Hen," Letevre
"Pinocchio." Lorenzlni: "Dor of
Flanders," : LaRamee; "Little
Friend ,Lydia." Phillips ; . "Among
the Farmyard People," Pierson;
"Stories the - Iroquois Tell Their
Children." Powers; Fables and
Folk Stories,' Scudder; "Child's
Garden of. Verse," Stevenson.
I FUTURE DATES I
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al eoareiitiea mo In Hevlii4.
vane 14, Saturday ria day.
Jnna 11 V.J.... w..-l n i.
benefit kali m ' ,""'7 """"
13. Friday High achoo! ffrada
- Jane 10 and IT,' Monday aad Tseoda?
p-State coarentioa at Order of DeMolay,
Jo 23. Snaday Idafce Coast steal
at fair irroaada. - ' '
al rsaventia mi-lu In New Vork.
al Silrertoa park. .
July 18 to 28 Chautauqua aeaaoa
Jun 2t :8atarday ICarioa eoaaty
Buadsy arkool piraie.
Jnna 11.11 r.rftt - - . - -
"aWoraltjr af Oref oa Vusoaa. . .
I 'a5a -' I xnis is xne tjara we bch i
THE RADIO- CRAD
By O. A. N.
A radio crab is one William. Mc
Nabb. For naught but abusion is heard
from his gab . . .
From .the' moment he sits himself
down In his chair
And nroceeds with his tuner to
prowl in -the air.
"Stop rattling- that paper! Quit
shuffling your feet!
Lay off that talking or you for the
street! " :
Here's Buckingham Palace! I hear
! i the old kingf
Aw, good gosh almighty, you kill
ed the whole thing!
Now shut up, I tell you, I've got
W. A. Q.
Bujt how can I hear with this noise
making crew? .
Don't want any supper just close
up your trap!
Tonight I will get every place on
r the map
I've tuned In Calcutta and here's
And Podunk -and" - Paris and
Oh, Jump in the river or go soap
While I get Alaska, you talk about
:: bed!" ' : . -:
Now these are examples of Wil
Could write a whole page full, but
what is the use?
But Bill will get his and deserves
: It full well, .
The last time he tunes he will
surely get H---.
Yeu Botcha! '
MISS BERNICE DOLFING. tells
us that a few days after a farmer
pat his two' children In school '
book agent called on him . and
"Now that your . children are
going to school, you ought to buy
them an encyclopedia."
"Buy - them kids an encyclope
dia?. Be darned if ,1 do! Let
em walk like I did," was his re
tort. - - . .
Has It occurred to you how well
the country is getting along with
out a vice-president? . n 7-t
'V. . - ' or r : -
THIS IS THE LAST MONTH OF
Mother: "What are you pon
dering over now, Harold?" V
Harold (In grade 2A) : "2B
or not 2B, that is the question !!! J
V " 'V
" Soch Is Life! v" '
When I was 16, oh, how I crav
ed to write a book.' a; bestseller,
on the deeper subjects of life, darw
tne. violating- themes ab, - that
was my desire! ?
When 25 and married, within
the luxuries of my home, I wlshedi
to write of the underworld, the
Apache of Paris of Limehouse,
yes, any of those it I had -bad
the time! - . , -
Later, how I hungered to write
of Moscow, of Siberia, Asia-Min
or all of them. Never having
been there, they had a vital attrac
tion for me but Mah ' Jonng
When that craze dwindles. I
shall concentarte on writing fairy
tales for little folks.
- DEE FTJREY.
$ e at -j
Down in a dingle-dangle dell
Ticks and chlKsers bite like ! ! t 1
t SOPHIE K. REDFORD.
. - oeeea - . .
nad my garden full of seed,
Neighbor's hens had darn good
GEORGE JENNER. s
Modern Mother Goose ist
Mary had a little rouge. ,
Some powder and a puff,;, . ,Z
A wad of gum was in her mouth.
Of nerve she had enough.
A lipstick, too. was in'her hand.
She was never thus before, ,
The lamb doesnt " folow Mary
Because he doesn't know her!
- MRS. E. J. KILLION. ,
j ' In Retrospect "-
The motion picture press agents
must have been asleep all winter
and. upnug.'.- .?t.v.---
With four and five- column
headlines on first pages about the
Teapot. Dome oil scandal, not one
had . wits enough to get his star
involved in It! -
' ., .
And .Daddle Jonesle Told Mother
She: "Jones writes his wife
that he "retires , every night at 9
o'clock while away from home.?
"Oh, that's , just one
Deddme StoriesV , -
. MARY C. PEARSON.
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. Frank VERSES .
- By Molly Anderson naley
June. The month of blushing
brides and shops full of greet
i OX YOUR WEDDINO DAY
Your Wedding Day! And this It
means, -- -
A day apart, whose golden scenes
Will live in memory with You,
Congratulations, glad and true,
This Is the Card We Bleant to Send
Your Wedding Day! And this it
hat we dug down Into our Jeans
And bought a present for we knew
It was a thing we had to do.
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o HOW TO WRITE WHAT WE
o Epigrams are pointed sen-
o tences : wun a Humorous or o
o clever twisting dealing., with o
o a single topic. In plainer
o English, ttfey. are practically o
o humorous . mottoes - or pro
o They are not as hard to
o write as one imagines. To
o 'illustrate: You all know the
o provero o
o ' o
o A fool and his money are o
o soon parted. o
o The change of one word, o
o'.and It became an exceedingly- o
o clever epigram. Thus
- A fool and his money are
.Start writing epigrams In o
great number. This in order o
to get your mind thinking in o
o terms of epigrams. And you o
o will soon find yourself writ- o
o lng epigrams we can accept, o
b ' i o
6 (Tomorrow. Poetry) . o
When a girl lies to you always
pretend you believe her. It won't
be hard work because you ' will,
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Boeder ar reqneeted ta eoatrrbvto.
All haiaor, epigTama (or bnmorooa mot
toea), jokea, aneedotea, poetry, bur
leeque, aatires and brif ht aayinza of
children, unit bo original and -nnpnb
liahed. Accepted material will bo paid
for at regular ratea. All maaoacripta
nnat be written oa ono aide of the
paper only, ah on Id bear name of thia
newapaper and should bo addreaaed to
the Iia Skip Editor, The Oregoa
Christianity Has Not Failed
To The Editor:
3 wish to take Issue with Dr.
Doney's statement that Christian
ity has failed." See baccalaurite
address, front page of Statesman
qf June 10th.
Christianity has NOT failed.
Its purpose has, is and will be at
tained by countless thousands just
a3 the Christ told those who ac
cepted HIM and taken HIM into
their hearts and lives. Glory be
to His name for the COMPLETE
NESS that is in Him. Statements
to the contrary, though made by
the president, of the Willamette
university, win be refuted by mil
lions now living who are, His 'wit
nesses to the grace that is in Him
that gives those who BELIEVE
present and complete victory, over
the world, the flesh and the devil.
Ready to be REVEALED in the
last time when John's vision of
the future will come to pass, of
the innumerable multitude, which
no man can number, will gather
to our conquering Christ and "He
shall SEE the travail of His soul
and be SATISFIED." Surely those
who believe In Him should be sat
isfied NOW, in that blessed state
ment of facts.
The man-made schemes for a
WORLD turned Christ is fore-or
dained to failure, for we have
Christ's word for it that the tares
and what SHALL GROW togeth
er until the harvest, and that "as
in the days of Noah so shall the
coming bf the Son of Man be;
they were eating and drinking.
marrying and giving in marriage
until the day that Noah entered
the ark. and the flood came and
took them all, away."
Then and only then will come
the "NEW heaven And the NEW
earth wherein dwelleth RIGHT
EOUSNESS." "NOW the .king
dom of heaven within yon." ' The
words of our Christ, in whom we
have redemption through His shed
blood, and He is now ruling there
enthroned in the heart of every
TRUE ; believer, of what ever
name, orr race. Hidden NOW in
this mystery, unseen by the world,
w hich still, as in John's time "lie's
in wickedness," but ready to be
revealed at His coming.
Then and only "then shall the
kingdoms of this world become
the kingdoms of our Lord and Sa
vior Jesus Christ.'! ' ; 1
In the mean time allow the
Master to make us fishers of men
and as Paul did, so do the 'Mas
ter's - work that we might save
SOME and not this world of lost
souls "en mass."
I nearby give personal testi
mony that Christianity as taught
by Christ CAN be attained by the
individual soul. HERE and NOW
if we WILL only "open our hearts
and let Him come In." This Is for
all, coljege presidents as well as
others and "a way faring man
though a fool' cannot err therein.
- GIBSON T. WHITE
V 408 Oregon Bldg., Salem, Or.
TEXT OF CONVENTION
- IS SUMMARIZED
. (Continued from page 1.)
"We reaffirm the admiration and
gratitude we feel for soldiers and
sailors. The republican party
pledges a continual and increasing
solicitude . for all those suffering
any disability as a result of ser
vice to the United States in time
"The confusion, inefficiency and
maladministration existing hereto
fore since the employment of this
government agency has been cured
and plans are being actively, made
looking to a further Improvement
in the operation of the bureau by
the passage of new legislation.
CONSERVATION. "We be
lieve in the . development, effec
tlve and efficient, whether, of oil
timber, coal or water power re
sources of this government only
as needed and as the public needs
have become, a matter .of public
record, controlled with a scrupu
lous regard and ever vigilant safe
guards against waste, speculation
and monopoly. ..
EDUCATION AND RELIEF.
"The conservation of human re
sources is one of the most solemn
responsibilities of government.
There is an obligation which can
not be ignored and which demands
that the federal government shall
as far as lies in its power, give
to the people and the states the
benefit of its counsel.
UNIVERSAL . MOBILIZATION
IN WAR TIME. "We believe that
In time of war the nation should
draft for its defense not only its
citizens but also every' resource
which may contribute to success
IMMIGRATION. "The law re
cently, enacted is designed, to pro
tect the inhabitants of our coun
try, not only the, American citizen
but also the alien already with' us
who is seeking to secure an eco
nomic foothold for himself and
family, from the competition that
would come from unrestricted Im
migration. The administrative
features of the law present a great
constructive advance and eliminate
the hardships suffered by immi
grants under the emergency
PHILIPPINES. "A careful
study of the conditions in the
Philippine islands has convinced
us that the time for independence
has not yet arrived. ,
reclamation of the arid and semi-
arid lands in the west has been
the subject of Intense study in the
department of the interior during
the past fiscal year. .
HAWAII-ALASKA. "We favor
a continuance for the. territory, of
Hawaii of federal assistance until
arbor Improvements, the appropri
ation of its share of federal funds
and the systematic extension, of
the settlement of public lands by
the Hawaiian race. .
We advocate that the government
promote aviation. '
ARMY AND NAVY. "There
must be no further weakening of
our regular army, and we advo
cate . appropriations sufficient to
provide for the training of all
members of the national guard,
Take Salts to Flush Kidneys
and Help Neutralize Irri
tating ; Acids
Kidney and bladder irritation
often result from acidity, says a
noted authority. The kidneys
help filter this acid X rom the blood
and pass it on to the bladder,
where it may remain to irritate
and inflame, causing a burning.
scalding sensation, or setting up
an irritation at the neck of the
bladder, obliging you to seek re
lief two or" three times during the
night. . The sufferer is In constant
dread; the water passes sometimes
with a scalding sensation and is
very profuse; again, there is dif
ficulty In voiding it.
Bladder weakness, most, folks
call it because they can't control
urination. While it Is extremely
annoying and sometimes very
painful, this is often one of the
most simple ailments to overcome.
Begin drinking lots of soft water,
also get about, four ounces of Jad
Salts . from your pharmacist and
take a tablespoonful in a glass "of
water before breakfast. Continue
this for two or three days. This
will , help neutralize the acids in
the system so they no longer are
a source of Irritation to the blad
der and urinary1 organs, which
then act normal again. .
. Jad Salts is inexpensive, and is
made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithta,
and is used by thousands of folks
who are subject to urinary dis
orders caused by acid irritation.
Jad Salts causes no bad effects
, Here you have a pleasant, ef
fervescent ; lithla-water drink
which tnr; quickly relieve
your, bladder irritation. By all
means have .your, physician Exam
ine your" kidneys af least twice a
year. Adr; ? -
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who may offer themselves for ser
vice. . . ... ; '
THE NEGRO. "We urge the
congress to enact at the earliest
possible date a federal anti-lynch
lng law, so that the full Influence
of the federal government may be
wielded to ' exterminate this hide
ous crime. . - - ' -
ORDERLY GOV ERNIIENT-
"The republican party - reaffirms
Its devotion to orderly govern
ment under the guarantees em
bodied in the constitution of the
United States. " '
"Dishonesty and corruption are
not-political "attributes. The re
cent , congressional - Investigations
have exposed instances in both
parties of men in public office
who are willing to sell official fa
vor and men out of office who are
willing to buy them, in some cases
with money and in others with in
LAW AND ORDER. "We
must have ; respect for law. We
must have observance of law. We
must have enforcement of law.
The very existence of the govern
ment depends upon this. The
substitution of ' private will , for
public law is only another name
tor oppression, - disorder and an
archy. ' ' ' i "
WOMEN DELEGATES. t "We
extend our greetings to the women
delegates . who for the first time
under federal authorization, sit
with us in full equality. -
With us, parties are essential in
strumentalltles of government
Our governmnet functions best
when the chief executive Is sup
ported by a majority In the rank
of the same political faith united
by party principles and enabled by
concerted action to carry out in an
orderly way a definite consistent
and well balanced program."
We refuse to ret excited be
cause the senate has nut a tax n
36 per cent, on gifts of more than
&,uuu,uuo.. ' .
Some people tell you
they can. teach you short
hand in thirty days. Does
one learn to be a doctor,
or' a lawyer In thirty
days? We know that it
takes longer, and we also
know that It takes longer
to prepare for a good
stenographer. When -you
finish our course you will
be qualified, but it will
take you more than thirty
CHS HAS TAAiNEO&ic 1 I
Hsome people tell you jtJ
thevcan tsach vnii nhnrt. riLt
Ono week, (at laaertloaa)
Sis month' eontraet per no.
IS aaoatha' eoa tract, per me
JCiauaaaa for aay sdTertUoauat I t
FOR RENT apartments Z
FOR KENT 8 ROOM UXFUKXIy:;- ,
opt., on 'groond floor. Baaemcat a .
acreeii porch.' Will be vaeaot J '
Jat. 30. - '
. For rent furnithed flat for f
Close in 4' room-apt; close In, , '.'
auira, private bath, garage, gsi j
wood range,, furnace beau Ail 1 .
nished for $35. Other apt, at 4 ;
.prices. Choose yours firat.
147 K. Com'l JSt. Room 6
FOR RENT NEATLY FURNISHED f
nnfurnisbed apartments cloao In, 75
Ferry street. 5-jnelj'
APARTMENT FURNISHED OR U.Ni L :..
nished to , responsible, party at t
Brown, 148 8. Com'l. I'hone r .
Brown, 1879J, or 831. 5-J.,t..;
S APARTMENTS- 35 AND $30 AT '
Center. j - i-jati.
FOR RENT 2 THREE ROOM IV
nished apartmenta located on t . r
' Liberty, street in", the Jvnrti apart.r
just north of the Elks' club. BLt t
each. W. II. Grabenhorst Co, r-
tors, 275 State St. 6 -jat.
THREE ROOM FURNISHED APAr?.
ment, oz . tsummor, . . SiJt.:
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN C : s
clean, comfortable apartaients, t
able rent; located downtown i
Patton apartmeata. -For inspec- .1 (I
rcaerVatioa call Pattoa'a Book feir.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS,
FOR RUNT Toovss ' C
ROOMS FOR RENT AFTER JUNE 15
at 757 center tit. . o-jnn4-
ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN CLOSE I"
Phone 5SoW. .- 6 : 5
FOR RENT bouses
t FOR RENT
Two room house in King-wood pari,
$10 per month.
W. H. GRABEN'HORST A CO.
i . . ' 275 State St. 7-jn12
Furnished House .
5 rooms, good, quiet locatioo, tliort
walk to buainesa district. For ri
See P. M. Gregory, 240 S. Comi-r- i
Sti . ; ' 7-jnU.i
FOR RENT GOOD LOCATION RIG :
in 1 buaineaa center- for -dress-nwi.. r.
All furnished .witb. sewing machine, t .
ephone, etc. Reaaonable rent. For rer
aeTeral good houses; S first floor apart
ments; lota of others. At all pruts,
Rentala specialty. List with ma fur
quick tenants. . - . - -
i 147 X. Com'L St. Room 8
.'. ' 4- ''-.: . T-jnel2:f
FOR RENT 5 ROOM MODERN HOCF".
Inquire 1434 N. Cottage. 7-jael.
K 5 ROOM KEW BUNGALOW, PARTLY
furnished, close in. lions tJ0. 7-jatiJ
HOUSES -TO RENT V. U. WOOD. ?U
Stato Bt. .. . . 1-m. ;
HOUSE FOR BENT PHONE 1
Call at 161 N. 13th. . 7 k::
PARTLY FURNISHED 7 ROOM HOC" I
677 N. Winter. Phono Mere MeKtnn.'.
Turner, OTegon. - -7-ni..4
. .... FOR RENT .
'5 room house at 458 Mill EL I.
W. H. GRABENHORST CO. -275
Stste St. 7-i 1
FOR SALE tnlsceXlaneons C
PICK YOUR OWN STRAWBERKIE-
and pay 3 cents a box for them. 1 -gene
Eckerlen, on Portland road, b. f
mil Jrom, lairgroonda store. Tbo
57F4. - - . 8 jneU
FOR SALE USED RANGER BICYCI F.
Good running order, 12. Apply 1-)
Madison. Phono 950R. 8 jael J
FOR SALE A PORTABLE ELECTKI?
Singer sewing machine. Price
Call at 265 South Commercial, Room 3.
65 AB OAS RANGE $20. - ALSO HALT
tree, Lano,. commode, etc its t
Ct. ' 8-jii..-
FOR SALE "WESTMADE" FLAT TC?
office desk, practically new, oniy
three months. Price $45. Write b
S359, care Statesman. 8 jnelj
FOR SALE FIRE-WORKS; WHOLE-
sale and retail, 244 Soutk Uc '
George Sun. - ' S jljt
WAGON FOR SALE . OR TRADE FC3
horse. Would pay some eakh different.
Call at Archerd Implement Co., r'
phone 1748R. - 8-jneU
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS AND Bui J-
ers We are- still laying aewer p.,
at 20c per foot. Other plumbmr
reasonable prices. Fhono 836. 8 jne-
FOR SALE A LARGE RANGE WIT2
reMrroir, good condition. AFP ' "
667 N. Front t am2-l
CASH FOR TRASH. A BONA FU 1
offer. Road tko claasUied columns
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY 7Vi''
wordinr. "Rooms to Rent." prif JJ
senU each. Statoamaa BaamtM.t
f ieo. Orouad Floor.
Beautiful Oresca Re::
Aad elerea other Oregoa aoart
1:ether with a flao eolloctioa of ;
a aonga. aaerad aongl aad sta
AJLL FOR o. "S '
' (Special prices ta quantity teU)
Xapoolally adapublo for ackoeU "
maaity or aome aiagtag. 6aA 1 "
J Western Songster
TO pagaa aow la Its third adlUss ,
OREOON TEACHERS MONTEI'T
SIS B. CommercUl Bt. Salem, -
Wo cn aara yoa money s
your plumbing supplies.
Sc Us Before You E
, CAPITAL BARGAIN HOUS3
' 815 Center Street ,,
"Wo Buy aad Soil ierylb "