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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23; 1924
Plenty New on Market
State Board of -Health
' What's new-tor today, you ask?
There are some new things in
, the market. Perhaps you ) have
, not had any . sweet potatoes this
summer. There are crisp celery
i hearts in the market, egg plant,
, peppers and almost everything
I that grows. The rains of the fore
'part, of the .week . bare been a boon
to the truck farmers. The house-;
wife finds her regetables perfect.
Sweet corn, . beets. 1 carrots, cab
page., cucumbers, etc. can be found
,, The bulletin pent out by the
state health board this week con
tains some suggesions which
it would be well to keep
in a conspicuous place. By fol
lowing these a well balanced meal
is served. "The instructions are
to choose for each day some one
thing from each of the five groups.
Too many , dishes from the same
group is not advisable as persons
.cannot keep well if they do not
have a well balanced diet.
Choose one from each of the fol
lowing groups: i
- 1. Meats, eggs, milk, cheese,
fish, peas, beans, nuts. 2. Vege
' tables, such as tomatoes, squash;
lettuce, celery,, "greens,', aweet
com. 3'.' Cereal grains, bread, ma-
,'caronL'i 4. Butter and cream.
PaTiV Rurming Mate and JSenatorPat Harrison
- Relaxins from Convention Strain at Ball Game,
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Democratlo pollttdana axe 'Just
recoverlnjr from, the effects of the
Ions drawn oat national conven
tion. This pnotopraph, was taken
while Charlea. W. Bryan, nominee
'for the vice presidency (at right),
and Senator Pat Harrison of Mls-
we psessi i
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McGowan's "Mapje Leaf"
Salmon, the finest of
Columbia J River Royal
Chinook, half pound
flat tins, .
One-pound flat tins,
2 for :.J .::..85c
Extra fancy cutlets,
Our No. r Blend in bulk
is making a host of
pound :.. .... 0C
3, pounds .$1.15
Schilling's Coffee, vacu
um tins, AQi
1 pound -TflC
2ij lb. tins ...;....$1.19
Tea . " ." ;-;
Golden West, packed in
Portland, Orange Pekoe
Ceylon English Break
fast, Japan or Gun Pow
der, one pound .
packages .... .. 00 C
Half pound packages 33c
I ( V At Our
Q Phone 478
lard. suet,- salt' pork and bacon,
table . and , salad oils- J 5. Sugar,
molasses,'' 'sirup, " honey, ' cakes;
candy and preserves.
.While too much fruit is not ad
visable it can be used in so many
ways that each, 'meal should in
clude either- fresh,: stewed or
All fresh fruit should be wash
ed thoroughly, stemmed, skins and
stones removed before it is stew
ed. 3 Cut fruit In small pieces,
sprinkle with sugar and set in
warm place until ready to cook.
As apples are so plentiful at
this j season, an 1 apple desert is
given: ' : ".' -;' T -
Add some lemon juice to apples
prepared as specified above. Cov
er the top with i fine stale bread
crumbs. Moisten ; with eggvand
milk! Add cinnamon. Bake un
til fruit is done,Lnd crumbs are
brown.! Serve-hot with any good
sauce or cream.
Funeral of Alex O'Kane
!; At SilvertonToriay
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SILVERTOX. Ore-c Aug. 22.
(Special to The Statesman).
Funeral " services have been ar
ranged for Saturday afternoon for
Alex O'Kane, who died suddenly
at his rooms at the Hansen hotel
Monday morning. Mr. O'Kaae
had gone to work at the Silver
Falls company mill when he be
came ill. He went to his rooms
about eleven o'clock and death
followed shortly after. He leaves
three sons, Elmer O'Kane, ' form
erly of Silverton' but how. of Los
Angeles, C. O'Kane vand Percy
O'Kane in eastern . states.
A- resort bedroom would be
much like the one at home if it
were cleaner and cooler. ,
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alssippl were : trying to forget the
political turmoil for tne moment!
by attending a same- played by the!
World Champion Tankeea and
the Washington. Senatorp at 'WaaS)4
Sunbrite Cleans- 1 C
er, 3 cans .l..... laJC
Gem Nut, j
3 pounds .i
Fruit Jars . .
Ball Ideal Fruit
Jars, ; dt ' -I A
dozen ....!. v 1 1 7
4 lb. net pail .:.
Booth's large -oval
tin 2 for .......
Fresh 9 lb!
Sanitary tissue, full 1000
sheet rollsj i - : QQ
5 rolls fori - Oe C
Shredded Wheat, OQ
3 packages ..l.xieC
Market Best Quality
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GBH 0PEI1E0 i i
Liberty and Grand-Will Show
"The Covered Wagon" ,
Saturday and Sunday
So great has been the demand
of the people of Salem and vicin
ity to see "The Covered Wagon,"
which opened its return showing
at the Liberty theater Thursday;
that the production will also .be
shown in the Grand theater today
and tomorrow, and will remain
at the Liberty through Monday
and perhaps Tuesday.
With showing going on simul
taneously In the two theaters
Manager ; Stille hopes to be able
to accommodate the crowds that
have been filling the Liberty I to
capacity at every show, and give
everyone an opportunity to view
the production. ". I '-
Yesterday the crowds at the
Liberty .surpassed .even those of
the evening before, when the
crowd stood in line extending 200
feet up the block to be on hand
for the second night performance.
Yesterday afternoon it was neces
sary to sell standing room and run
two shows instead of the. custom
ary single afternoon performance.'
Last evening Mr. Stille announc
ed that any pioneer who has not
already had the opportunity I of
viewing the production will i be
admitted free, upon making him
or. herself known at the box office
at either the Grand or the Liberty
Mars Will Be Visible at '
10 O'Clock This Evening
The planet Mars will be visible
at 10 o'clock tonight, appearing
in the southeast, and no other
star near will be anywhere near
the size of it, so the interesting
planet will be j very clearly dis
tinguished. Mars Is now nearer
the earth than it will be for 100
years. The elements which com
pose1 the planet, as escertalned by
telescopes that reflect the light
rays from the planet, are those
that sustain life. I. L. McAdams,
local astronomer, will have his tel
escope at High and State streets
tonight. He says the planet now
looks twice as large as in any pre
Dinner at Marion Hotel
To Entertain Governors
One of the features of the con
ference of western governors and
state officials to be held in Salem
September 4 and 5 under the aus
pices of the National Committee
on Prisons and Prison Labor, will
be a dinner at the Marion , hotel.
beginning at 8 o'clock, on the eve
ning of September 5.
The conference is to open at
10 a.m. on September 4, with a
public meeting at the Marion ho
tel. An address of ..welcome will
be given by Governor Pierce and
a short talk will be given by Maj
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Fancy poney size
3 for . ......
Golden Bantam Corn,
well filled, 9Cn
dozen ..... wuC
VValla "Walla OCA
Onions, 7 lbs. ........ DQ
Federal Milk, large tins,
Flour -; Ls
Crown or Del Monte
our" price will advance
next week, d1 OQ
49-lb; sack 1 470
Wool Soap -
For toilet and OA
bath, 6 bars , LtVQ
Fresh Meats ,
5 DeHveries Daily
HF TR IPn'Tn 7
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James W. Whip attempted to be
friend Miss Dorothy Orandon-after
she had been kidnapped, stripped
W her clothlner and tarred and'
Veathered iat . Frederick. Md., ny a
' of masked men and women.
or LeEoy. Hodges, president of the
penitentiary board of the state of
Virginia and chairman of the allo
cation committee ' of 1 the - confer
ence. Warden Dalrymple of the
Oregon ' prison will - preside over
the banquet' on the following eve
ning. I ;
The so-called states' use ' plan
or prison employment is to be, the
main 'theme of the; conference. '
Soft Music Played While
- Oregon Note Is Burning
SILVERTO, Or., Aug. 22.4
(Speclal to The Statesman.) A
very pretty social .was given at
Trinity church Wednesday evening
the main feature of which was the
burning .of the pipe organ note.
Trinity -Young People's society
bought thej pipe organ about three
years j ago j and ; paid the last part
of the note . this month.
The first - part. of the evening
was devoted to a program at which
Prof. L. ii. Gimmestad of Galo
college in Wisconsin, was the .prin
cipal speaker., . Other numbers on
the program- were- solos by Miss
Esther - Larson, Mrs. . M. G- Guh
derson, - Jjliss Marie . Corhouse;
sketch by the Girl Scouts. A,very
pretty feature of the program was
the burning of the note.
. two tiny gms, uutn inompson
and - Esther Larsen, dressed ' in
white, carried the note - to thei
stage' where., Miss Dora Henri ksen.fl
organist.: received them, taking
the note and burning it . , whlle
Miss j Esther Larson played -softa
music. .: I - -
Many Silvertonians are
, Camping at Gladstone
BILVERTON. dr., Aug. 22:
(Special to The -Statesman.) A
great many Silvertonians are
camping at Gladstone1 park at
Oregon "City, most of them going
up Thursday morning. A Lutheran-
Chautauqua opened there at
that j time and will j continue 6r
one week, Others iare going up
to attend the daily sessions, re
turning home each evening. 8 A
boys camp is one of the features
ot the Chautauqua." '
New Water Commissioner
Appointed at Silverton
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SILVERTON, Or.; Aug. 2 2.
(Special: to The Statesman.) At
a special meeting of theJ city coun
cil Sidney ;E. Richardson, manager
of the Silver Falls" retail' yard,
was appointed as a member of the
Silverton water commission, to
succeed lustave Av Beck, who
died! lasti Saturday night." The
board is niow composed of N. Dig
erness, chairman, W. L. Cunning
ham ; and jS. E. Richardson.
Old Job had, a hard time, but
there Is nothing in the report to
indicate that he had hay fever.
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FAM&Y THREATENED BY MOB AFTER
Am T AR RED and feathered GIRL
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He Is shown above with Mrs. Whip
and their, children who have since
been . - threatened by a mob. ,He
keeps a sua, on hand to protect
himself ( and - hia family. ... The
GET.1 BOOTH WITH LITTLE!
GR4XDSON IIE DEDICAT1IS
TO i THE SALVATION AK1T1
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ii- rii'firiiiM nnMHiriftnmii
Gen Booth; bead of the Salvation
'Army, Is shown here with his little
grandson, Stnart 'Wytcliffe . Booth
,Gen. Booth, has stated that he will
.dedicate the youngster, " his first
grandson, to the Salvation Arrays
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Soviet! Verdict Finds
Tolstoi Was Burgeois
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(By MQ) '
JERUSALEM, July 26. As
mandatory power for - Palestine,
Great Britain probably will be
called upon soon to decide whe
ther titlie to the vast properties of
the Russian .church in -this coun
try shaU go to the Soviet govern
ment, or to Russian church in
terests Outside of Russia.
The Controversy involves hun
dreds' of thousands of dollars of
property in Jerusalem and vicin
ity, &s well as in Bethlehem, Naz
areth andHaifa, consisting of
churches, monasteries, hospices,
parks ahd other valuable plots of
land.' One of the churches is in
the Garden of Gethsemahe and
anotherjon the Mount of Olives.
The Metropolitan Antonin, head
of the Holy Russian Synod in Pal
estine, has arrived here in connec
tion with the case. He is an an
nounced., czarist and i believes his
faction will ; secure title to these
holdings. " .;. : i
t In connection with the Soviet's
claim, the interesting ' question
arises whether the Soviet can di
vorce the church from the state
and yet claim property belonging
to the church-
Athletic Contests are
Put t on at Playground
As the playground, season nears
its cfose, Miss.Danta .Robbins, su
pervisori.at the Lincoln playground
in South Salem, has been staging
playground . athletic J badge tests
r .... miHU
authorities are investigating' a re
port that the Kn Klax EIaa waf
behind the attack on the girl and
the theory that it was inspired b
a discarded admirer. . . '
this week and today final compe
tition for first, place badges will
be held. ;
Two series of tests have been
arranged, one for the boys and
one for the girls.' These tests are
, ; Boys-rStanding broad jump,
best record so far 5 feet, 9 inches;
50-yard dash, 8 seconds; baseball
throw, 130 feet;, pull up, four
times or a .l ioot rope climb.
i Girls Balance : test, 24 feet
plank walk, Including one deep-
knee bend; 50-yard ..; dash, 8 sec
onds; basketball throw, 35 feet;
volley ball serve, two put5 of-five
trials. ' ' '
To Hold Night Automobile
.Race for the first Time
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 22.
Night automobile racing will make
its initial appearance here tomor
row flight with the staging of an
eight event program on the Ascot
! Already five entrants have been
received. Jack Petticord, claim
ant to the Canadian i dirt -track
championship, Leon Duray and
Eddit Meyer, are entered, v
PIJETCHKU IS REINSTATED
T NEW YORK, Aug. 22. Arthur
Fletcher, manager of the Phila
delphia Nationals, who was fined
$100 and Indefinitely suspended
by President John Heydler for an
attack on Umpire Pfirman at Phil
adelphia, August 12, was reinstat
ed today. '
ARE. YOU HELPING
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ily . see that they will lose the op
portunity of a liretlnje.' The con
test closes next Saturday , night
make every day count.
Newport as a Fishing Resort
, No other place in Oregon af
fords snch a variety of fishing as
Newport, with the ocean on one
side for deep sea fishing and Ya
quina bay on the other. Scores
of, different kinds of fish, includ
ing sea bass, ling cod, rock cod,
halibut, porch, kelp, flounders,
and salmon (in season) ' are
caught in abundance.
I Vast halibut banks are just off
the coast. This industry is- rap
idly growing and has assumed
huge proportions in the last few
years. Fishing fleets from Seat
tle, Tacoma and Portland, as well
as the local i fishermen, fish on
On the beaches at low tide crabs
and clams are Secured with little
effort. 'The : famous "rock oys
ters" may be dug from the rocks
at low tide. Newport 13 the only
place in the United States where
this wonderful delicacy Is found.
j During the summer (weather
permitting) many fishing schoon
ers in charge of reliable pilots
make daily trips over the bar to
the deep sea fishing grounds. This
furnishes a thrill, to the visiters
long to be. remembered. It is
quite common on these trips to
see whales, porpoises, black fish,
seals, and the sea lions disport
ing themselves in the placid wa
ters of the Pacific, while the sea
parrot, pelican, cormorcent, sea
penquin, and many other . sea
fowls, scream their delight over
head. . v:-
v Summary of Prizes Offered
Ten ten ladies receiving the
ten highest number of votes in
the contest will each be award
ed a free vacation trip to New
port, commencing Sept. 2nd.
The entertainment at Newport
will be provided under the aus
pices of the Newport Chamber
There will be spendid accom
modations and entertainment of
various kinds provided. This
will be a red letter week in the
lives of the contest winners and
one never to be forgotten. An-
other joy wrill be added when
each of the winners is present
ed with a box of Gray Belle
candy. These will bo charming
summer vacations and with all
expenses paid 'by the Chamber
of Commerce- of .Newport , and,
H he.. Statesman Publishing- com
pahy 'they will be ddtfbry" de
lighted. ; : f
Phono 23 Advertising .Dept. ;
Ste per word;
Money to Loan
.On Bsl Estate .
T. K. FOKD
Oyer Ladd A Bnah Bank)
'. . OEEGON IKCORPORATSD
Victor Schneider, Sec
Organized to transact a general Real
' Estate and Iaresttnent business, with
the object of giving better aerviee to
the Homeseeker or Investor. .
We deal in any and all kinds ef Real
Estate, guarantee ever- transaction aa
to fairness in value and absolute title.
Act aa agents for non-resident prop
arty owners,- also write Insurance.
Booms 815-316. U. 8. Nat'l Bank
Bldg., Salem Oregon.
WE ARE NOW IN OtTB NEW LOCA
; . 219 State
and arc better equipped than ever to
. handle oar large Auto Top business.
O. J. Hull Auto Top A Paint Co., Inc.
FOR RENT Apartments 5
NEATLY--i FURNISHED APARTMENT
545 Court St. Phone 1057. 5-a26
FOR RENT NEWLY FURNISHED 3
room apartment wtih private bath, 372
N. Winter. 1 ; 5-a23
FOR RENT 2.TWO ROOM APART
nenta furnished, close in, 8 blocks
- from state house. Price only $18. See
these. 1171 . Chemeketa St. ; 5 a24
THREB -BOOM FURNISHED APART
meat, 692 N. Summer. 6-iae3tf
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED Kf COOL,
s clean, comfortable apartments, reason
i able . rant; located downtown district,
; Patten apartments. ' For inspection or
.1 reaervatioa. call Pattca'a Book Store.
. j - 5-ml4U
FOR RENT APARTMENTS; 91 NO.
B BBBB 1
FOR RENT Rooms 6
FURNISHED ROOM, 2 BLOCKS FROM
: state house.- Breakfast if desired.
Phone 885-W. 253 N. 13th. 8 a26
FOR RENT House 7
WHY RENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN A
five room house by only paying $30 per
month. Very small payment down.
, Telephone 1974-J or call at 1057 8.
10 room furnished house
6 room furnished house
5 room modern bouse
8 room semi modern house
3 room modem apartment
5 room, modern apartment
147 N. Commercial -St.
HOUSES TO RENT P. L. WOOD, 841
State St: 7-m23tf
"WANTED To Rent 7a
WANTED TO RENT FOR 3 OR 5 years,
, farm of from la to 300 acres. Must
be some pasture, with or without per
sonal property, i Give particulars first
letter.. . S. M. Erickson. 642 a East
Davis SW Portland, Oregon. 7a-a24
WRITE BOX E, MARION, Ore-7a-a26
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 8
FOR SALE POTATOES, $2.25 DELIV
ered. Phone 8lfl3. 8-a30
FOUR 7 WEEKS OLD BOSTON TER
riee pups. Call 26F33. . 8-a24
OR EXCHANGE f-NEW CABINET SIZE
phonograph, Edison Diamond disc. Will
trade toward car, lot, or will sell. 625
N. Winter. 8 a23
AIMONISTRATOR'S FINAL NO-'
- TICE ..
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed his, final
account as administrator of the
estate of Fred Kobow, deceased,
in the county court of the State
of Oregon for the County .of Mar
ion, and id j court has set the
hearing of same, and of any and
all objections thereto and, the set
tlement of said estate for 'Shurs
day,! the 25th day. of September,
124, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon of said j day in ; the court
room of said court at Salem. Ore
gon.! ' ' - .;
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
23rd day of August, 1924.,
! LOUIS F. KOBOW, ,
j : t Administrator.
C. M. In man, Attorney for Estate,
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR
IMPROVING SOUTH TWENTY
Notice is hereby given that the
common council of the City of Sa
lem. Oregon, will, at or-about
7: 30 o'clock p. m. on . the 2nd
day of September, 1924, or at the
same hour at any. subsequent
meeting of the said, council there
after in the council chambers at
the j city hall in Salem, Oregon,
proceed to assess upon each lot
or part thereof liable therefor its
proportionate share of the cost of
Improving South Twenty-third
street from the south bank of
Mill creek to a point which is
twenty feet north of. the north
property line of Oak street.
All persons"- interested; in the
said; assessment, are hereby noti
fied! to appear before the said
council, at said, time and place
and! present their objections, If
anyj they have, to said assessment
and i apply to the said council to
equalize their proportionate share
of .same. - ' : ' ''"'
By order of, the common council
the l?th day of August, 1324. :
''. i L'POU LSEN, City Recordeit.
' Date of first publication hereof
13 August 3.2t I92jt ... a22.23-;;4
One week (tlx lngrtloii) Be
One Booth , ' " ; ?"r
Biz monthe' eontrset, per iontk15e
13 moaUi' eootrkct. ter moath 12b
Minimum for any dTrtUemnt25
FOR SALE- Mtscellaneoas S
FOR SALE nEATEK. DUPLEX COM-
bmation. 2390 Brooks Ave. : 8 a24
For Sale .
Tresspass Notices, siae 14 inches hy
9 , inches, printed on food 10 ounce
canvass bearing the words, "Notice Is
Hereby Given That Trespassing- la
Strictly Forbidden On These Premises
Under Penalty Of Prosecution.' Price
15c each or two for 25c. Statesman
Publishing Company, - Salem, Oregon.
:.-! ' - 8-atf.
HIGH GRADE PLAYER PIANO USED
3, months, left with1 us to aelL Must
sacrifice at once.- Big discount given
for cash or large first payment. Tall
tnan Piano Store, 895 South 12th St.
PRINTED CARDS, SIZB 14" BT 7"
wording, "Kooms to Rent.' price It
; eenta each. Statesman Business Ol
fiee. Ground Floor. : (
FOR SALE PIANO. Call 455 Hickory.
:,: j ; 8 a27
FOR SALE SIMON BABY-. BED. Buggy
ssa Ullo.. ; Ull lilJ.i , - 8-a23
LIGHT HARDWOOD TRAILER! NEW
tire, ood condition, $70. Phase-60 ?4
v. . . . ' -;.-.:-! ., f ;in 8-a23
SAND AND GRAVEL BUXKEKS, 5 miles
north. - Bargain if sold soon. H. J.
Beardsley. Phone p6F3. 8-s2
FOR SALE NICE FIVE O0t HOUSE,
small payment down, i the rest like
rent Call 1974-J or come and see it
at 1057 S. 13th. i : S-a20
FOR SALE TENT, 2255 8TATE. C.
Van Patten. Phone 1833W. 8 a21
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10
eenta a bundle. Circulation department
Oregon Statesman. - ;
FIRST CLASS OATS AND VETCH IIAY
Phona 84F12. 8-)31tf
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. .
' Have your machine repaired by the
people who make it. ! Special resta
rata to students. 800! Aiasonio Bids
Phone 262. n23
Beautiful Oregon Reel
And eleven other Oregon songs tea
. rether with fine collection, of patriot
ie aongs, sacred songs and many elf '
... time favorites. ; ,
ALL FOR Z5e.
(Special prices In quantity lots)
Especially adaptable for school, cobs
-tnunity or home singing. Send for-
: Westerii Songster
70 pages sow in its third aditioB
OREGON TEACHERS VOUTHLT
115 S. CoamercUl Et Salem, Or.
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PORCH
wings at m bargain. 1757 Waller St.
- - " ' 8-jne2 8 U
FOR SALE PEARS FOR CANNING
50c Bring your box. ; Coma to large
prune dryer on Wallace road. F. O.
Ewing. - - - - 8-sS4
FOR SALE LdTestock xO
FOR SALE PIGS AND SHOATS.- Third
house east of Turner on Pavement.
, . : : a23
100 LtARGE BAMBOUILLET RAMS for
ssle. Russell Shepherd. Portland Union
stock yards. North Portland, Oregon,
SEVERAL, REGISTERED AND GRADl
Jersey eowa for sale. Priced right,
W. O. Sodeman. JeXIerson, BX. 1.
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FRED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN-,
Office 430 S. Commercial. Pbaa 11 9
WOOD FOR SALE 11
OAK AND APPLE WOOD FOR RANGE,
heater or furnace, sawed. Hperial
prices. Phone 58F12. : 'lI-28
16" MILL WOOD FOR NORTH SALEM
from -new mill near Deaf school. 5
loads 815. Phone 204. Il-a23
. CALL ON US
for your supply of : wood - and coal;
Tight prices, courteous service. - Phont
1855. Hillmsn Fuel Co. - ll-aS4
JUDD SAWS WOOD PHONE 142. 11-al
SPECIAL PRICES ON ;X8" OLD FIR
Phona 1361M. 11-al
FOR SALE DRT SECOND-GROWTH fit
wood, 4 ft. For immediate delivery,
Phono 106. i 4-fl2tf
18-INCH OLD FIR, 4 FOOT OLD FIR.
second growth oak and ash. Phone
19F3. M. D. Mayfield. 11 )6a!
BEST GRADE OF, WOOD ;
4 ft. and 16 inch. ;
Dry or green mill wood.
lry second grewth iir. . '
Dry old fir. i
Dry 4 ft oak.
Prompt delivery and reasonable- price.
FRED E. WELLS. 280 South Church,
Phone 1542. t 11-afitf
WANTED Employment 12
LADY WANTS POSITION, EXPERIENC
ed La store, office work and typing.
Address 5132, Statesman. 12-ai
WANT WORK ON RANCH BY YEAR.
Have family. 1849 Market. 12-aJ7
, WANTED Miscellaneous 13
WANTED GOOD SHOT GUN.
WASTED TO BUY OFFICE FURNI
ture. Roller top desk. Stenographer's
desk or stand, typewriter, aft me li
brary table, office chairs. Leave rail
at 316 U. S. Bank BIdj. A. White.
- . 13-a2S
CRABAPPLES WANTED 100 BOXES
Yellow Transcendent.; Ward K. Rich
ardson. ! 18 a'J3
WANTED A PARTY WHO WANTS A
five room house by only psying 838
a month and a small down payment.
Phone 1974-J or call 1057 S.- 13th.
WANTED LACE IN ' GOOD KOMJ
-wh era ' little girl caa work for boar
and room and go to school. Phone 175
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WOO DRY THE AUCTION EFR BUYS
used furniture for cash, l'faoni 61 1
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