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.THE OREGON STATESilAN, SALEM, C-HEGOM
. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2G, 1024
Oregon National Guard May
a r . -r ,. i i .
Again tonng.... iropnies
From Camp Perry
Oregon, national : guardsmen
have prospects of duplicating their
record of last year.rwhen.thej won
the national guard championship
' at Camp Perry, Ohio;, It, Is indi
cated by the records made on the
Clackamas range. last week. The
range this year was more success
ful than last,: front this point of
Tiew, according to . Captain Tom
Rilea. Two hundred of the best
rifle shots in the Oregon national
guard attended the range. . ,.
Only live of , the members of
last year's team qualified for the
team this year, pt which William
E. -.Purdy,., Jr., company F, 162nd
Infantry, of Salem, is a member.
Purdy also distinguished himself
.by winning the 200 yard rapid
..- fire match. : -. -. - ,: ;
. Each man flreft SO snots in each
of the three courses, which, in
cluded firing on the following
ranges: 200 yards, off-hand;. 200
yard rapid fire; n 300 yard rapid
, fire; 600 yard slow and 1000 yard
slow fire. . . .'-r '''11,,
The 10-man team .and three al
ternates; with . their- rank, organi
zation and score, which will com
prise the state, national guard
team and; will participate at the
Camp Perry erent early next,
month, are: t Lieutenant Langon
H. 1 Spooner, - Serrice Co., ?186th
Inf.', 6 6 9 ; Sgt. Jackson Jones,
Service Co., 186th Inf., 668; Sgt.
Chester EMcCarty, Co. B., 162nd
Inf.,', 66; PYt. Ellis E. Brown,
Sendee Co., 186th Inf., 661; Sgt.
Clinton W. . Cox, Co. A... 116th
Eng., 655; : PTt. Stanley A. Robi
nett. Bat. B., 249th CAC. 653; 1st
Sgt.v Henry Thomas, Serrice Co.
1 6 2 nd Inf.. ' 6 4 7 ; Sgt. s Robert
Archer, Service. Co., 186th Inf.,
645; Sgt Robert B, Smith, Co. B.,
162nd Inf., 634; Pvt. William E.
Purdy, Jr.,. Co.i F.. 162nd Inf.,
634; CpL Leland S. Miller, Co. B.,
186th Inf., 630;, Prt.. George
2 Rother, Co. E.',; 162nd. Inf..:. 625,
15 and SgtJ Dorman Hicks, Co. B.,
186th, Inf., 625-.li.;-vi'-.,:;!i
The five members of Jas year's
team are Spooner, Jones, Me
Carty, Thomas and Purdy. ?
The moon affects the tide -also
the untied. - -
yi 1 If you cant Mgt away," ease
y the attacks with fl
. x: . V ro riu d
Ow :,',7;iw Jan Utmd Yrtt
Soon to be
WKy rot Let;
T1 99 PAILY STATESMANoffeH for the nt three
up-to-date rxDular Votinrr Gontexfs. whir-K will i;e,ii.:w
j j n ; r 'i y "vr- auu ig vi tiajiun ever
.conducted in this city. ..There will be ten trips to the Seashore giyen absolutely free to
the ladies or Salem and RiirrminHincr fvr-. --.- TUU 1J- -VJ. .jjl ..t.-3 l-i - -
vote3 which thev can cast for
1. y i -i - iw - " - uuvAjiuuiv
published m this announcement. ; The winners of these prizes will
abilities, bend in
sooner you act the
Leavms Salem on Monday, September 2nd, theparty of teht ladies" ih charge -of ;a
competent chaperone, will travel by auto over the most scenic route to the Seashore
and for oner week en joy one of the grandest . outings any pleasure party ever experienced-
all at the expense of The Oregori Statesman.
Coolidge arid Republican Leaders at White. House After Formal
v Notification of. Nomination
This photograph was mace after
the formal ' notification of Presi
dent Coolidge that he was the
TURNER, Ore., Aug. 25. J. E.
Barber,' from California, has pur
chased the I Turner Meat -.market.
His family will occupy the O. H.
P.. Cornelius property.
J. Lk Webb has m'oTed back to
Mrs. Henry. Barnett is .Tlsltlng
her mother near Plainrlew this
week. :- ',; "")'; ':'"':"''
A number of Turner People
went to Salem to see "The Cov
Walter; Robinson was down
from Mill City Sunday. .
The Methodist Ladies Aid so
ciety served dinner, for their hus
bands : and ; .friends Thursday ; at
the home , ot Mrs. , G. Moore. , A
business session followed. .Mrs.
L. Small was re-elected president,
Mrs. ;o, .Bear' vice president; Mrs.
'N.; Gunning, secretary; Mrs. H S.
Bond, treasurer. Mrs. Bear will
entertain the next meeting Sep
tember 4. , t
. Miss , Doris : Barnett will soon
leave; for Portland, entering office
work for. the Oregon' Grain com
pany.' Several of .- her., young
friends 'gave her a surprise party
Friday evening. ... , I .
Mrs. W. T. Riches spent last
week at Tillamopk with her son.
She will ; return Wednesday" by
Portland to visit her sister.
Mrs. ' Will Moore, who was bad
ly hurt by an auto in Jefferson a
Week ago, is much improved
- IL, A Theissen of Portland was
in town Wednesday
C.W. Hewitt and wife called
on friends at Silverton Friday
evening.- , v ? '
R, D. Gray and Pearl Hassler
fT Ixoizicszics cf the Qnatiissh
- - . cyy . T w
t- i i -
published in The Oregon
F77tt - (Tin- :itti
Your Vacation itKis Simmer Include
ax: Jiepce or; tne
your nomination at once. ! Costs you absolutely "ribthirig-'-'nie
better your chance of sudesi Names of canclidites published In
Republican party's choice as
standard-bearer. Left to right are
John Coolidge, Mrs. Coolidge, the
were calling on old friends Thurs
day.. r A second attempt to burglarize
Lyle's store - was frustrated by
members of the family giving the
alarm. A truck hurriedly; drove
away east of town, M , ; '
' Miss Hazel Bear writes from
New York and Washington j . C,
that she had a very pleasant and
busy few days of sightseeing, ex
pecting to spend this . last week
end in Des Moines, Idaho, i
"The CoverejJ AYagoa"
Held Over Two Days
Definite, announcement that
'The Covered ; ; Wagon"; which
hos been showing at the Liberty
theatre since last Thursday, yill
end Its engagement there (with
the, Wednesday night performance
was made yesterday by manager
Stilie, who also .announced tha
"Galloping Fish' would follow
"The Covered Wagon" , at the
theatre. t ; r - -J
So far "The Covered Wagon",
has set a new attendance record
for pictures shown in Salem.
Crowded houses have greet every
showing at the Liberty, and most
of the seats in the Grand,; where
the picture was also shown after
noon and, evenings Saturday and
Sunday, were filled. Considering
that this was the- return engag
ment in Salem (fbr the picture
this record is considered remark
able. ' A hateful capitalist Is any man
whose possessions are greater than
yours. . . ... " .
- - J,' ...
jp x'f .: rmAvj.r
statesman rublihxnij- Co;?
President, Speaker. Gillette Wll
Ham Butler, chairman -of the Re-'
pu oilcan national, committee, and
Frank W.. Mondell. . , ;
X PRATUM, Oregon; Aug. ; 24.;
At least five families from": here
are at Pacific City.' Fred de Vrles
and George Kleen with their fam
ilies are living in the northern
part of the city on opposite sides
of the' street; while Mr.' and Mrs.
H. Roth andMH, WDeYriesand
family are Hying several -blocks
farther south, and D. J. Stelner
and family,, are living still farther
south and one street east
: Mrs. William McAllister is Quite
weak, . having Jjeett - on - the sick
list for some time., - . , ,
Mr. and MrsEJlrajichand son
Irvan and Miss Glenda Daum, left
for The Dalles Tuesday morning.
t The Ladies'; aid met at the home
of Mrs. M. Smith last .Wednesday.
F. A. Frailer and family were
at Seaside last Saturday and Mon
day. . .,; ;
Mr. and Mrs. D. Kleen and son
Clarence, and - Alfred Meyer and
family, and Oscar Meyer and fam
ily, spent several days at Rocka-
way last week.
DARR0VV ENDS HIS PLEA:
FOR TWO MURDERERS
(CoatlnnW from pi 1) "M
lately come, : as an exhibition
not as a punishment," he said. , ;
i "I am pleading for life,, for
charity and kindnea and for hum
anity," he said, v
" "I am pleading for the over
coming of cruelty with kindness
and love. .
"Your honor stands- between
the past and; the future. I know
that the future Is with me and' I
am. pleadincllor J(Ll .1 im. plead
ing for a time when . hatred and
cruelty. wiH.npt contrpl the hearts
of men, when we shall . realize
that mercy i$ the highest attribute
of man." ; ' .if-; 1
Ret et ' to - Yonth
Never in the history of the local
courts, Mr-'Darrow" told, the Judge,
has any cultprlt . undeir 24 r years
of age been hanged after a plea
of guilty.. . , . : . - .. ; :
do not know, how much sal
vage there ,may - ba in - these two
poor, diseased minds," he -said. "Jt
a Tiro to the
week! one of the
uic wuic or votes
te the women of
might be merciful for your honor
to tie a rope around their necks
and let them die now. r t might.be
merciful to them tut' certainly not
to those who come after .them,'
The salvation of youth is the
highest tribute of the state .Mr.
Darrow argued.' andT characterised
the hanging pf several Chicago
boys after Jury trials as a "shome
and a disgrace." ;
; "Juries have not the wisdom
and mercv that come from acra nt
experience,"! he said, adding that if
Judge Caverly "decorates the gat-
lows," with Leopold . and Ixeb It
would be "in violation of the pol
icy; of the law and the spirit of
- J"Some .day another' Judge may
hang a boy of 17, or 15,; or even
14," he added. .
-1 as - aiiorney - aenouncea as
"poisoned"'; perjury the testimony
given by one of the investigators
for the state's attorney that Leo
pold, shortly after his arrest had
expressed a hope of escaping the
hangman by "pleading guilty be
fore a friendly Judge."
Mr. Darrow said he' mentioned
this because he wished Judge Cav
erly to know that the defense had
every confidence in him.
r Blames World War
3 He .explained, too, that his ref
erence, to, war .was .because armed
conflict had always been followed
byt an era: of crime. He spoke ot
numerous j veterans of, the world
war who had landed in courts af
ter their return from the trenches
where honorable, upright boys had
learned how cheap was human
life. J, . . .-, ... - ;
i "We were fed . on , flesh and
drank -blood, even, down ' to prat
tling babes," exclaimed Mr. Dar
row, as he ; emphasized that., the
glories of war, were, preached from
platform and pulpit, and even
taught in the Sunday schools.
"There, f are truly, causes for
crime, as I well, as Xor everything
else, that, napepns.ia this .world,"
he ' said. ! '.'Human blood. , was , not
the same j to these two. hoys after
we, naa, ail been bathed In blood.
war, money and . education ; all
were , , partf of the, circumstances
that combined to , wreak their de
struction . t ,
"A Darrow la SIoved
There were tears in Mr. Dar
row's eyes as' with quivering voice
he pictured the crumbling hopes
of the parents of the boys, the
effect of the crime upon the future
generations of their families. His
voice broke again when he reached
"I know," he said, "tha your
nonor stands Detween tne future
and the past. For me the future
means the hopes of the young.
plead for; life, charity, kindness,
sympathy! and understanding. And
the future is with' me. ' ;
' .'Your honor may hang these
boys; but; If you do you will make
Ht harder for every boy and glr
in this land and for the babes as
yet unborn.7 - H - .
"I am pleading that all life is
worth is saving and that mercy is
the highest attribute of man.
"My greatest reward, hope and
compensation will be that I have
done ' something, for .the tens of
thousands! of boys, who must f ol
low the path these two poor' young
Jews have trod."
Quotes Omar Khayyam
In a stillness that wa not brok
en by the; muffled clicking, of the
"silent" typewriters or. telegraph
instruments In the press seats, Mr.
DaTrow added .this verse from
"So 1 be written In the book of
. -love . i
I do not care about that book
, ..above;. ... ' .
"Erase my name, or. write as you
So I be i written in the book of
.. love' ,
SlowiyI almpst . fumbling, be
gathered the. noes and papers' on
which he ;had been relying; for the
sequence of his ideas. He turned
toward his seat,' but hadn?t. reach
ed. it when. Robert E. Crowe, the
state's attorney, and Benjamin
Bacbrach who Is to star the final
argument: for, defense tomorrow,
agreed with Judge Cayerly that It
was time' to adjourn. . Dozens
crowded about Mr. Darrow to con
gratulate i nim. , but the bailiffs
pushed them back 'to clear the
room. ; . .
Officials Recommend Imme
diate 30 Per Cent Reduc
tion in Phone Rates
SEATTLE, Aug. 25. A 30 per
cent reduction . in the telephone
service or every . department ex
cept police and fire of the Seattle
city ! government was recommend
ed today by city officials confer
ring with. Mayor. Ed win J. Brown.
Mayor. Brown announced that .the
reduction, would be put into effect
immediately.,.'.,' ; . . . 7 " ;'; !," .
. Mayor . Brown : suggested that
25,000 ,be appropriated to inves
tigate the feasibility of establish
ing; a Seattle" municipally owned
telephone System, for whose serv?
ice the subscriber would pay SI a
Bad news always looks worse
coming than going. . . , r ' :
EXPRESSES ITS THANKS
(Contlaaad.from p i) . .
when. It is expected, the fliers
will continue on to Boston, arriv
ing there late. that afternoon.
,To Stay In Boston . ...
The. stay la Boston will be pro
longed to afford time for the avia
tors to remove, the pontoons from
their machines and replace , them
with landing gear. This task Is
to be completed , In time for . the
fliers to arrive on Sunday in New
Tork City on their, way to Mitch
ell field. Long Island, where it Is
assumed they will change motors
and overhaul their planes.' Wash
ing is, scheduled to rreceive the
fliers the following Tuesday and
on the' following' day they are. ex
pected to leave for the Pacific
coast,, the end of,. their globe en
circling trip., to be Seattle.
T f , Seattle Last Stop . ,:
ThisVport..waa . chosen, for , the
final stopping place, although the
flight actually started from Clover
Field, near Los Angeles. It was
explained today thatthe fliers will
be able, to reach, Seattle, turning
north at Sacramento , within t the
same-, time it would . be required
for them to return toClover field
and would shorten, the time of the
flight around the world 19 days,
the difference between the . date
on; which .the fliers left Los : An
geles and later hopped off from
Seattle for Alaska.
NOTED DOCTOR VISITS
THE CITY OF. SALEM
(Contlnn4 from psf 1)
superintendent ot the state tuber
culosis, hospital '.. and praJdent ot
the Yamhlll-Polk-Marlon Medical
Association ; Dr. William B. Mo tt,
city- physician; , Dr C. E. Cashatt.
county .physician; , I?r. ,E. , E. Fish
er, member of the board of direct
ors of the Chamber of Commerce;
Mayor .John, B. Glesy; C. A. Kells,
secretary -YMCA ; Mrs. A. ,N. Ful
kerson, county . superintendent, of
schools; Mrs.. Lida, King,' Marion
c,ouhty school nursed Judge W. H.
Downing, ; Miss G, Taylor, school
nurse; Mrs. Nora White, county
juvenile officer; . T. j M. . Hicks,
director of the.Chamher of Com
merce; Dr. D. R. Boss, school phy
sician; A. ,N. Fulkerson, president
of the Marlon, county comumnity
federation; Mr s John Carson and
Mrs. E. E. Fisher. j J. .
Polish. Princess Cannot ,
Enter the United States
: SEATTLE, . Aug. ? 3, Princess
Emella Bronslava Iskander, wife
ol Prince Riza Kuli'Mirba Iskan
der, a son ot. , a . former shah o
Persia, has been denied admission
into ,'the United States . and .will
be deported to Japan to wait un
til next year's, quota of, Poland,
her native land, will allow her en
trance, Immigration officials an
nounced today. , ' j
Princess Iskander arrived here
on the Steamship President Grant
July 20. f Secretary Davis ruled
she could'not be admitted because
her passport failed to contain ad
vice from the American consul at
Harbin. ! .
; The immigration : quota from
Poland also was filled. Prince
Iskander has been teaching lan
guages here for nearly a year.
MOONSHINE IS .
OF GUN FIGHT
Liquor Is Cause of Five
L Ranchers Landing in Coun4 ,
ty Jail at tJugene ;
, EUGENE, Ore., Aug:, 25. Buck
Mowreader, Claude rMowreader,
Ben. Wright,: M. S.. Johnson, and
Cornelius Buchanan. ranchers in
the western part of Lane county
were brought-to the Lane county
Jail here thia afternoon charged
with- unlawful , possession of liquor
and. sale of ..liquor. T These, men
were arreBted by deputy sheriffs
late laet.j night after, a fight in
wnicn guns were drawn and at
least one. shot was fired., accord
ing to : the , deputies. ".Fifty gal
lons pf:j moonshine were seized
and several barrels of mash were
destroyed. . No still was found, the
deputies said. : i i
t GENERAL MARKETS
PORTLAND, Aug. 25.- Grain
futures:. -Wheat, hard white,
bluestem and baart, August, .Sep
tember, October 11.45; soft white
August, September, October $1.34;
western white, , August, ; Septem
ber, October $1.33;. hard winter.
August $1.45; September, Octo
ber . $1.24 ; . northern . spring.
August, September, October . $1.25;
western red, August, $1.24; - Sep
tember, October.. $ L2 4 .
Oats, No,2 white feed,- August
$37; September, October $38; No
2 ray. August $36; September,
October $37.. . , j, . ;(. ..
Corn, No. 2 eastern yellow ship
ment, August, September. October
$15; No. 3 ditto, August, Septem
ber, October $44, , ;i . a J, ;.t
Millrun, September, October
Portland;-Aug! "is. iiay.
buy'lnr prices, valley timothy $21J
ditto, -eastern Oregon $23 to
$23.50; ; alfalfa $15 to $16 f.o.b.t
clover $14td $15"; oat hay $16:
straw $7.50 ton, selling price $2
ton more. '
MINNEAPOLIS, ,-Aug .25.
Whsat, No; 1 northern $1.26 7-8
to $1.317-8; No. 1 hard spring
1.31 7-8 to-$1.46 7:8;jNo. 1 darsj
Phone C3 ' Advertising Degt.
' - Sato par word v
Money to Loan
. 1 T4 K.-TOBS - '
(Ot tail Boa Bask)'
DrruuiiJ 4a ....... A vi
Kstat- n4 lBTiU9nt buine, with.
u ojec i imnr Ditr servies te
Hometaekar or Jatettor. -
lunm-n TBia bm Biaiat tnM.
Aet sb b fasts for sB-riident prop
rtf tn. -writB Ibiuibucb.
Booms 815-sia, U. 8. Kb'1 Bamk
WX ABJB KOW Uf OUB NEW LOCX
sal are batter aqnTpp6 than aver
Kaaila -mtii 4arM -Auta T. Imaini
O. J. Bail Ato Tm A Paiaa Co- Inc.
FOR REXT Apartments S
FOB BENT NICK FURXISHKD Apart-
rUKXTSHEDi S BOOM APABTJISXT
Aorta CottafB. 123&-W. -30
NEATLY rUXISHED . AFARXVEXT
644 Ooort SU . PBobb 1057. 6-a26
FOB BENT. 2-TWO BOOM APAKT
menu furniahad. elosa in, 8 blocka
from ststa Bens. Prie only SIS. Sbb
thaaa. 1171- Caeaaekatat St.- -a34
THBES BOOM rUBNIsaxi APAKT
- atrat, 19) X.- SuaiBer. - r Jaa3tf
IT YOU ABB INTEBISTKD IS COOL.
elaaa, enUortab) apariaiaata, raaaoo-bi-rnt;'
la,t4 4 watwm district,
Pattan apartments. For intpaetioa. 01
raaarTaUoa call fattoa'a Book &vara.
-n-j - -: ; v .... frmlAtt
FOB' KENT APAETMIKT8 ;
- OaBimrreial. .-.-
89 1 Ka
FOR RENT Rooms
rCBNrSHED -KOOM, S BLOCKS FROM
stat Boasa. Braskfsst. it desired.
FOR RENT Houses
FURNISHED HOUSE? FREE BENT TO
nan and wife tor earo of alderty lady,
. 664 & 6th St. Phoaa 1484 B. T aSl
5 BOOM HOUSE, CLEAN AND NEAT -
mi Dasamant. Adnita pretarred. 8SO
- B. Wiater. - - - ; - - V-a24tf
WHY BEST WHEN YOU CAN OWN
- f Jtb room housa by onlj payinc 830 par
nonthr - Very 1 amaU payment -daws.
Telepaona 19T4-J or caU at 1057 S
13th. . '7-a20
HOUSES TO BENT T. I. WOOD, .841
'Btsta-et; - -T-Bl23f
TFANTED--Ta Ttent - r7.
FABM WRITE BOX.E, MARION. Ora
ron. - Ta-al6
FOR SAIJi snscelUneons 8
HENS FOB 'SALE 50e - EACH. PBona
62F2. -. .- : ; 8-s26tf
GHAYENSTEISS Box 47, Bt. 8. 8a-2T
LIGHT HARDWOOD TRAILER NEW
tires, food condition. 870,' Paena 60T4
SPANISH AND DUTCH IRIS Surplus
atocK xor aaia. jfaona bq3w. ..-
FOB SALE PEABS FOB CANNING 50e.
; Brine your box. Coma to lai-fa prnaa
oryar oa waiiae road. f . U. twins
-i ' ' : ; 8-a31
1 Trespass Notices
For Sale : I
. Traacpaaa Notices, aixa 14 Inebat by
S inches, printed on rood 10 oanea
caayasa bearias the words, "Notiea la
: Hereby Given That" Treipaswrna; Ja
Btrictiy Forbiddea Oa-Theaa Premises
Under Paaalty Of Praaeention..' . Prica
15o each r two for 25c. etatasaaa
Publishing , Company, . Salem. Orecaa.
: ... - . - . .. - . 8-atf
PRINTED CARDS. BIZ 14" BY TU
wordinf, "Rooma to iiant," price if
easts aackii Stataamaa Buaiaeii Ol
fiea. Gronnd Floor.
northern spring, choice to fancy
$1.39 7-8 to $1.46 7-8: good to
choice $1.31 7-8 to $1.38 7-8;
ordinary to good $1.28 7-8 to
$1.31 7-8; old September $1.26
7-8 ; new $1.26 7-8; old Decern
ber $L30 1-2; new $1.30 5-8; old
May $1.35 1-8; new $135 1-8.
LiyERPOOL, Au&25. Close:
Wheat ,3-8 to 5-8d lower; October
10s, 10d; December" 10s, 10 l-8d;
March 10s, .10 l-4d.
BUENQS , AIRES, ,Au, 25
Open; Wheat 1 cent lower; Sep
tember $1.37 1-2; October $1.40
SEATTLE", Ang. 25. Barley,
whole $4.8; "ground and .rolled
$50; clipped $71; chop, all grain
$57; chick starter $63; cocoan at
meal $38; corn$54; earn, crack
ed and feed meal $56;; alfalfa hay
$28; DC $27;. timothy ; $26; JC
mixed- $23; linseed . meal
scratch food $58; soy bean
wheat $53,: . ' :
NEW YORK,: Aug.. 25. Hops,
steady; state 1923, 38c , to 42c;
1922, 18c to 20c; Pacific coast
1923, 24c to29cr 1922; 21c to
2 4e. :' -- - - - '
NEW YORK, Ang. 25. Evapo
rated, apples, nominal. Prunes,
firm; California 4c to 15 l-2c;
Oregon's 4 -l-4c" to 11c. Apricots
steady ;-choiee 13e to 14". l-2cV ex
tra choice 15c to 16 l-2c; fancy
7 l-2c to 21. Peaches, fair de
mand; standard ? Her choice
9 l-2c; extra choice 9 3 4c. ,Rais-
ns, firm;, loose jauscateis 5 l-2c
to 8 l-2c; choice to fancy seeded
7c to 9 3-4c; seedless - 7 l-2c to
13 l-2c . ;
Ob month. 1
Six BuoftUkS contract, per doc i 153
It bob Un eoBtrBct,' p ino.J::s
lflatiBBim for aj' iTrti3niat z Zt
OLIVER DISO PLOW, EIXD.J. 1
driU.' Waat at team ia exchsjiga.
- K. Biehardaoa. . St.;
FOB 1 SALE POTATOES, f2.25 KUT.
- erad. Phena 81F13. - - e a i
FOB SALE PIAXO.
Call 455 Kkls
- 8 a.
SAND ANDvCBAVEtj BUNKERS, 5 r ,::
north. Bargain if s' sooau II. .
Beardsley. Phone tor 3. - . fe-t.
FOB SALE NICE FIVE BOC HCC"
small payment dea-a. the -r?st.i..
rent Call 19T4-J or coma Bad sea.
as 1057 -8. 13th. - - -.
TOB SALE OLD' NEWSPAPER. ?, 15
caata a bundle. "CirtfBliioa a;ai... ;
r Oraroa Stataaman. . -
FIRST CLAPS OATS AND XZZZ.Z r 1"
undebwo 0J)TxrsT :t"; c
Hbtb yonr niarkiaa repaired by t 1
Paopla who make it. r r
rata te stadeata. Sa3 i-ssc-.a i
Paona 262. , - ... r... ,
Beautifal Oregon He;
" And eleven "other Onfoa
IM"! t 'I
- rather with av (iae eaUecuoa ei f
aearsL. sacred bobcb and mli
... . . ; ,. "' . 1 ' - -
... . 1U1 roB jse.
. (Speial riV--T -trBsatlty lets)
Espeeiany adaptable i r 'o 'H rsi
sramity or boma tinging, tatd l.:-
' - V I -r t-ft.., 1. , ....
- Western Ucnctc -:
TO paxes to h lta' third adiiwa -
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. Pclilljael It
OBEOON TEACTSr 3 ITTTT-T-t
aV Oommerciai . fct -alsa, Cf.
awiasa t a
80 BUYS GOOD 100O LB. HO"
bugry and h arrets. See J. L. 1 -at
btateamsn eiftee. 6-
HAKPSHIBE BAH 3 PRICES T: 7
will suit. Harry L. Kiches, tt. 3, -artoa.
- 6 t . 1
100 XiABGS BAJrEOCILLT"T BA?
- aaia. -. fiaaaaii t ner her i. 2 ci ' ni
stack yards, t, erih iortnd, Cri
SETEBAit -Brarrrrr""D jvz -cir
Jersey eows toe s!a. inc4 r.
W. O. Eodamaa, Jellersca, Lt. 1.
feed w. lanoe, vi:r";i:.:."
Otiiea 430 a. Coiaercial. I hoc a 11
K. Phone 1510.
OAK AKI APPLE WOOD TO BANC. .
heater, or (ornace, sawed. c?e S
pricea. Phone oSiflZ. 'li-aii
- CALL ON V3
for. yon Ba?p!y-o -wood and eat,
rifht prices, eourteons lervica. Tt?
-1455. .Hillniaa I ael Co. - li t
JTJDD 8AW3 'WOOD PEOXE 142. 11
SPECIAL PBICS3 ON 13"
Phoae 13611L - - - -
CLD I .
FOB BALE Da? BECOND-Gi-OWTII I
wood,- -ft. For imaili.ia de:-.T-
PkOBO lOoV 4-ii.
18-INCH OLD FIB, 4 TtCT O Tl.
Beeoad rroirth sk 1 avia. , It
18F8. U. D. Atsylieid. 11 .
" -- BEST-GBAT 2 Of Y. CCD
d ft. and 16 inch.
Dry or jreen Bi.l arool,
Iry second growth tir. '
Dry old lir.
Dry 4 (t. oak. ' ' ' . .
Prompt deliyery sad l"etfel!e trt
FBED E. WLLLS, t!) tJE.a CI ur
Phone 1542. ll-
WAXED Cin-Ioj-rcati 12
WANTED POSITION AS f'eue-rspV
or general of lice firU Phone 1234-X
. . 12-s: :
WIDOW. WITH 3 SMALL. BOYS w -
work on ranch cooking for anes. -6..
care Statesman. - 13-ass'
WANT WORK ON BAXCII BY TL
Hits fimily. 164 Mrkt. 12
WANTED Ilia ccIlAneoca 13
WEST SALEM DBYEB NOW KUXMXC.
Fetita proaes and party lulians un.
ed new. Phone 47F14. . 13-s.j
WANTED GOOP SHOT GUN.
WANTED TO BUT OFFICE FL'r.XI-
tare. Roller top desk Stenographer's
desk or stand, typewriter, office 3 -krary-
table, elice ehairs. Leare rt i
at 818 O. 8. Bank Bide: A. Whit-v.
WANTED A -PAETT WHO WAXT3 .4
tire rooaa house by. only payinf tl
a month and a small down payiror.
Phoae 1974-J or call 1057 B. 13t .
- ; IS-a.?
WANTED PLACE IN COO D IIClTi
where little girl caa work (or fc""-
and room and so to school. Phone 1 T 5 1
A0cnoxrrv el't "
for cash. Phone i 1 .
13-a - i
SECOND HAND HOUSE DOOE
2x4. 6x6. 1S3 ilsple. 13 a. i
WANTEB-S-SO.eeO LB 3. C?
Chitcm Bart: .
EXGHEST PBTCE3 PAID
SEE C3 AT OSCE
CAPITAL BARGAIJf HOUSE
- 21& Center ' 13-si:
BOOFS SHINGLED OB REPAIEED VT
osy or contract, rnone lisw. la-aio-
WANTED iXZX AND "WOn? "T T
take farm paper aabseripUons. A. f-' i
propoainon- to thw right peor1. - A
drees the Pscifie Homettsl. tut-nf
' r1c.. r'-w. ir. - -
CLASS IN TELEGRAPHY OPENS
temher first. .For particclsrs see
Batter, Western Uuion. 14
IS You Dcn't LI!:c 1.1
ion'i hirt b, oat at' l.sil r f 1
chsnea iho yon toxat cf t 1
that I aae r;
On VMk (lis laigrtlony.
.rtont 157, 1 : ;