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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1024
Charities Sleet Tuesday
Becvvral of the- members
of the Associated Charities could
not attend a! meeting) of the or
ganization this week, the meeting
has leerire-set for Tuesday night.
The meeting -will' W held at the
Red Cross headquarters on State
street at "8 o'clock. ' According to
Mrs. J. A. Carson, president, there
hare already been several calls for
attention to needy families.
Two Obtain Llcens,
Names of two Salem people
have appeared In the Portland
papers as having obtained mar
riage licenses. Russell S. Scott,
of 436 Water, and Pearl Wolcott.
of Portland received Multnomah
county licenses while! Rose M.
Landis. 18, of Salem j and Delta
Gulp; 24 of Amjty, received a
license "at Vancouver, Wash.
Two hundred and nine men and
women cabled for. work at the
United States employment bureau
at the YMCA during the week
ending atjnoon Octdber 1 1 , ac
cording 'to the ! report of Sim
Phillips. ''Of this number 107 were
in demand, 96 referred and 85
, placed.' Common labor, headed the
! list Tor the men, 'with 94 regis--t
rants.- 40 in demand, referred
and J 89 placed. ! There were 46
agricultural workers calling, de
maind for 33 and 28 plated. Eight
of jthe 14 farm hands found work
while three of the 10 woods labor
er were, placed. Fifty per cent
of I the 13 carpenters were able
to I find work. There - were no
' calls for the two truck drivers or
, I Shoes : , '.j
I il,- .; : t ' J . 1 '- f J :-:...!' . f . , - 1
Hanan Shoes For Men Archpreserver Shoes j
j and Women For Women I , I
Witch-Elk Boots For Ball Band Rubber !
(Men arid Women Boots I j
Florsheim Shoes Currin &. Burgman
For Men !:::' Loggers. r;J1
1 t.'f.f :j -' ' .' " ' - ii'- ' .. l - . ' -i t . ' -J. ' ' t i
We have a complete stock of children's and boys1
shoes in all the best maizes and styles. For best
repair worli bring your s hoes here.
Repair Department j
Our shop is equipped with,
alltnew machinery. We use
nothing but the rery best
grade of leather that money
will bdy. - , . . - j
Mr. Jacobson, In charge ot
this department, is an expert
in his line has spent years
In factories and repair shop
and will do nothing but higfc
grade work. , ' !
, i a
one engineer who registered. Fif
teen women registered for cook
ing jobs, with demand for six,
who were placed. Four of the
seven housekeepers J ound work
while there was no" demand, for
the eight agricultural workers
who, registered, j
Ambrie Bagley, a recent gra
duate from OAC, was in Corvallis
Saturday to see j the OAC-Mult-nomah
club football game. T
Harry; H. Belt,! circuit judge foT
Polk and Yamhill counties and a
candidatej for justice of the j Sup
reme court, was in the city) yes
terday. ; j I . i 1
James A. Fee; Jr., candidate
for the appointment as United
States district attorney for Oregon
was in the city Saturday from his
home at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holt and
small daughter are spending the
day visiting with relatives in Har
irisburg and Springfield. Mr. Holt
is a teller at the Ladd & Bush
bank. j t
Thomas G. McMurran, of Mc
Minnville, was in the city Satur
day. ' 'i .
Henry J. Millne, local attorney,
is spending the week-end on a
short, business trip to Grand View
in the Yakima district.
Miss Amanda Matthews of Shaw
is spending the week-end with
friends in j Salem.!
Mayor John B. Glesy, George
Wenderoth, B. C. Cooper and
John Warner are spending the
roir lit taie
We have the most complete selection of fine footwear
that the most select high grade factories can produce.
We feel more confident when we guarantee these shoes
to give perfect service that we will not be called upon to
make shoes, good than we have ever felt as the qualitjTof
the shoes we are offering is better than we have offered
for ten years. We want you to come in and see these
wonderful shoes while we have a complete stock.
326 Stlira -
week-end on a hunting trip . ' in
southern Oregon. '" They are the
guests of Jake Fisher, of Azelia,
who is well-known here. ) f
C P.-Bishop has returned from
Portland, where he attended the
political; debate between - Judge
Wallace ' McCamant and Ernest
Kroner, representing Coolidge and
La Follette respectively.
. D. Russell, representative of the
L. C. Smith Typewriter company,
is spending a week here. Until
Revitalize your worn-out ex
hausted nerves and increase
your strength and endurance
take Organic Iron; .not metallic iron
which people usually take, but pure or
ganie iron Xuxated Iron which is like
the iron in your blood and like the iron
in spinach, lentils and apples. One dose
of Xuxated Iron iseftimated to be approx
imately equiralent (in organic iron con--tentj
to eating one-half quart of spinach,
one quart of green vegetables or half a
dozen apples. It is like taking extract
of beef instead of eating pounds of meat.
Nuxeted Iron is partially predigested and
ready for almost immediate absorption,
and assimilation by the blood, while me
tallic iron is iron just as it comes from
the action of strong acids on small pieces
of iron filings..
Millions of people annually are usnig
Xuxated Iron. It will not injure the
teeth nor disturb the stomach. A few
doses will often commence to enrich ,-your
blood. Your money will be refunded by
the manufacturers if you do not obtain
Beware of substitutes. Always insist
on having genuine organic iron Xnxated
Iron. Look for the letters X. I. on every
tablet.. Bold by all druggists. Adv. -
I for Rod Blood. SrwtaHh and Endurance)
recently Mr. Russell was located
in Denver, ' being ' transferred to
the coast at his own request.
Judge Marsters 'has returned
from a Stunting trip to southern
Oregon. m " 'f ' ' f" .
I Mrs.. C. P. Bishop was in Port
land yesterday. ; ;j i ' '
; I. D. Pettyjohn and! wife, who
have been traveling through the
northwest for thei last two months,
are visiting at the home of Mrs.
Winnie Pettyjohn, j The visitors
are former Salem residents.
C. E. Wilson,;? secretary of the
Chamber of Commerce,' spent Sat
urday attending a meeting of the
Portland Chamber of Commerce.
ON FLYING TO U. S.
Intention Declared to De
; mand Passage on ZR-3
at Point of Rifle
'. l FREDRIClisHAFEX, Germany,
Oct. 11. The police totlay detain
ed an unidentified man dressed in
hunting clothes arid carrying ; a
rifle, who, was found loitering
around the ZR-3 hangar. He had
announced his determination to go
to the United States aboard the
dirigible, or failingfthis, to shoot
Dr. Hugo Eckener, director of the
Zeppelin company, in charge of the
airship. ; The police declined to
Do Your Feet Hurt?
Corns and callouses re
moved without pain or sore
ness. Ingrown nails removed
and treated. Pains in . the
feet,K weak-foot, flat foot,
foot strains and fallen archi
es adjusted Do not suffer.
I will give you the best that
ecience can produce in scien
tific chiropody. "Consult.. I
Dn WilUairis !
About Your Feet I
Hours 9 to 5:30. Pbone 610
t - . .
, 1 J
Fbonis Ct AdTertisl
CLAMSXTOD AOTXBTIBXaf X5TB
aUte per wvrtx
Per, huertlea . . ,
rkree laaertiou ...
Money to Loan
. Om Real Estate j
T. K. lORO !
Ove Ledd Bosk Bank)
BEFORE YOU LEAVE YOCB HOME or
ear nave -it i insured properly.. Phone
161. Beeke A Haadrick. U. 8. Bank
Bldr - s38tf
AUTO TOPS SIDE CURTAINS PUT
on door rods. Prepare now for a rainy
day. Call and ee O. J. Hull, at his
new location, 219 State St. 3-a29tf
.; FOR RENT
Furnished - and unfurnished house
and apartments. Some good lota on
small payments. . Melvin Johnson,
Phone 559. Res. 1563-M. 4-ol2
PRINTED CARDS, SIZK 11" BY 7H",
.wording -"For Beat,'.! price 10 canta
. each. Statesaaa Bnaineaa Office, on
Ground Floor. -
FOR RENTApanienta S
FOR RENT N'ICE Fl'RNISHED 2 OR
3 room, apartment. 590 Union. Phone
567-J. ; - r 5-ol3
FOR RENT TWO AND, THREE ROOM
apartments. Newly remodeled. Close
in. 268 North jCottage SU . 5-olltf
FOUR ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT
Private hath. 1047 North Commercial.
Phone ll68 J , 5-ol2
THREE OR FOUR ROOM APARTMENT.
First floor. AdsiUs. 852, North 12th.
reveal the man's name, but they
said he was a German.
1 ; ; r .
African Chief's Wives I
Veil to Go to Movies
LONDON, Oct. 10. (AP.)
The Emir ot Katsina.rwho gov
erns a district of Nigeria many
times larger than England, attend
ed a, moving picture show the oth
er night in London, for the first
time in his life.
The emir was enthusiastic about
the movies. He was accompanied
by his two favorite wives, who re
mained closely veiled throughout
the performance. Upon their ar
rival at the theater the wives were
escorted into the .manager's of
fice to wait until the lights went
down so that they should not M
seen by vulgar eyes. , 7
Evidently the parly that claims
to monopolize common ' sense,
doesn't contain any jitney drivers
I GENERAL MARKETS I
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. ; 11.
Wheat, cash No. 1 ! northern
SI. 49 7-8: No. 1 dark northern
spring, choice to fancy $1.50 7-8
to $1.60 7-8; good to i choice
11.44 7-fS to SI. 49 7-8: ordinary
to goodj $1.40' 7-8 tb :$1.43 7-8;
No. 1 hard spring, $1.4t7-8 to
SI. 60 7-8; , "No. 1 dark! hard Mon
tana, on i track, Ti-5 -s ,P
S1.54 ,7-8; i to arrive, S1.38 7-8 to
$1.54 7-; old December, $1:41
1-8; new December, $.1.40,7-8; old
May, $1.46 1-8; new May $1.464
PORTLAND, Oct. 11. Grain
futures: Wheat, hard white, Tlue-
stem and Baart, October, Novem
ber, $1.55; 'soft white, October,
$1.51; November, $1.53; western
white, hard white, October, No
vember, $1.49; western red, Octo
ber, $1.48; November $1.45; BBB
hard white, October, November,
Oats, No. 2 white feed, October,
$39; November, 40. 1
Barley, No. 2, 46 pounds, Octo
ber, November $47; 44 pounds,
October, November, $44.
Corn, -Ko. z. eastern, yeiiow
shipment, October, November,
$46.50; No. 3 ditto; October, No
vember, $46. , 1
Millrun, November $32.50
PORTLAND, lOct. 11. Hay un
SEATTLE Oct. 11. Hay and
; , i
NEW YORK," Oct. ll.-jEvapor-ated
apples, quiet; prunes, easy;
Prices quoted1 are wholesale and .are
pricea received by farmer. No retail
prices are given.
- G&AXjr AND BAT '
No. 1 soft white wheat.. J,. $1.40
No. 1 soft red wheat . i S1.33
Oata . .J.50c55c
Cheat hay - , 912 (ri 913
Oat hay ...15W$1
Clovee hay. baled.
PORK. MT7TTOX AND BEEF
Hogs, 150-20O- ewt j
Hogs, 20O-25O cwt
Hoss. 130-160 cwt :
..- 99 (ri 99.75
Top veal...'. .
Dressed veal .
be Or 8c
le be 8e
Springers ... ;.:..i......l..l8a 20c
Heavy hens . . 4- :.18c
Light hen ..i.y....u .11 4c IBc
Old roosters ... i .-8c
Ducks ....... -'- .. ...1 ) ...18c
EGGS, BUTTEE, BXJTTEEFAT .
Creamery butter L.. i. 43c (i 41c
Butterfat. delivered.. I j . 39c
Milk," per e rt... ....9 1.90
Egirs, clects "I... u L 46r
tSUndatd , 1 44e
One week (alz taMrtlema).
81z pieaUe eootrett, pec aieata.l9a
IS aaeathe' eeatreet, per montfc Wo
IClaimsm for cat 4vrtUeinemLS6e
i - ! i " T ' . i
FOR, RENT. Apartment S
APARTMENT. 733 N.r COMMERCIAL
t ' - . : 5-o9tf
HAZEL APARTMENTS LIGHT. HOT
wairr ana dub, ajoi ileiel. Phone
1938-W. i . j 5-014
MODERN SIX ROOM APT. AND SLEEP
ing porch at 715 .North 12th. $27.50.
5 - ----- 5-oll
CLEAN. ATTRACTIVE 8 ROOM Apart-
n tor two, . uioae in. - 47 Center
street. Call evenings alter 6. 5-012T
PATTpN APARTMENTS HOT WATER,
ucat, priTKie vim. uau rttton i
Book atore. ; 5-p2tf
TWOJ FURNISHED -HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, 1983 State St. ' S-i20
THREE ROOM FURNISJUD
meat, m a. Bimtacr.
FOB BENT APABTMXKrS; SSI Na
FOR RENT Rooma
PLEASANT ROOMS CLOSE IN. Phone
OOOQ CLEAN FURNISHED
Uood beds. 41.1 Front St.
FURNISHED BEDROOM. PHONE 1709W
or scan 2o2 t North Cottage between
5 nd 7 evenings. ; , 6-ol4
SLEEPING ROOMS AND GARAGE AND
bouse m country. 340 N. Church St.
, ' , . , 6-ol2
FURNISHED ROOM,. MODERN HEAT
ea, near capitoi; garage. Pboae 1877R
$ : s-oiotf
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH KITCHEN
privilege. 449 North High. 6 ol2
BOARD AND ROOM AT 523 N. COT-
HEATED, FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or -without board. Inquire 545 Che
meketa St. i 6-o3tf
ROOMS TO RENT CALL 1044-W.
I FOR RENT tlooses ; 7
HOUSE FOR RENT CALL AT 946 S.
12th, Sunday a. m. 7-ol2
FOR lRENT TWENTY ACRES I 5 Miles
east of Salem. Grapelane Farm. Tur
ner;: Or. . ' : 7-ol2
7 ROOM MODERN WITH FURNACE and
fireplace, 4 r bedrooms. 1145 Winter
St.,f40. See Wm. Fuming, 341 State
St. : Phone 303.
TWO? ROOM COTTAGE. GOOD LOCA-
tion. Call 1794-J. 7-ol2
5 ROOM HOUSE FURNISHED OR TJN-
furaished for rent. Gertrude J. M.
Page. 492 N. Cottage. 7-o7tf
5 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT CLOSE IN.
Gertrude J. M. Page, 492 North Cot
tage St. , - - T-a23tf
HOUSES FOR RENT SMALL MODERN
1665 S. Cottage, l$25. 5 room Oak St.
930, 8 room furnished 945. 5 roon
1098 North 21st for 923, with garage
? BECKE A HENDRICKS
XT. .8. .Bank Bldg.i - 7-a30tf
HOUSES TO RENT T. L. WOOD. 84
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 8
4e LB: DELIVERED,
Grapelane Farm, Turner, Ore. , . 8-ol4
ONE j MISSION A
COAL AND WOOD
combination beating stove for tale. Call
s 28 W.
A. E ZIMMERMANl TWO MILES North
oi aietn nas iota ot line Concord
gnipes for. sale.
APPLES FOR SALE
35e A BOX. Bring
: your boxen. C.
Anderson, 4 mi lea
. Tl f , - ...
12 PUMP- GUN .
X IMC f 1 .
v; Wilson. Phone 1
if. WelU. 148 W
APPLES 50e PER
OX. Phone 100F3,
ONE FOURTEEN HUNDRED LB. Horse.
one three and one-half Bane wagoa
One hack. One top buggy. - : One IM
Laval separator. Phone 1U0F3. 8 ol5
APPLES AT ERNEST ANDERSON or
-hrd on Oak grove road. Polk countjt
Several varieties, boc per box orchan
run. Knnr , boxes. Phone 17F31.
is- !. .... - ... j 8-ol2'
HIGH GRADE PIANO CHEAP 975 cash
balance - easy terms. 103 Statesman
i! - i 'i . . t 8-ol2
FOR "SALE rOABDEN SAND. KOW 13
; the time to put your garden In good
- shape for spring seeding. Reasonabu
price. Phone H. J. Beaxdsley, &6Fa
i! '. . 8-oa
APPLES DELIVERED Phone B7F12.
. ;t . 8-S28C
Come to Geo. N. Thompson's. Gel
apples at reduced price. Phono 97F12.
. y ...... j . t oil
Beautiful Oregon Rosi
Aad elavea ether Oregon songs ' to
; i gather with a fin collection of patriof
is soars, sacrea song ana many oif
unto xevornee. i
ALL FOB ISO.
(Special prices ta quaatlty lots)
' ' Especially adaptable for school, eoaV
i asunity or home singing. Send for
i tO psgot aow ta Its tkM odltioa
4' - t - ' Publishes
, , . . - t
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
, Hi 8. Ooauasreial St. Salem. Or.
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND POBC1
wings at bargn. 1751 Waller St
p. ,. t, 8-iae28i
First class oats and ybtoh hai
, Phone 84112. , . , a-jSls
For Sale .
Tresspass Notices, stse 14 laches by
9 Inches, printed on good .10 ounce
canvass bearing the words, "Notice It
Hereby G4ven - Thst v Trespassing - li
Strictly Forbidden Oa . These . Premises
Coder. Penalty Of, Prosecution." Pries
15e each or two' for 25c Statesman
Publishing Company, Salem, Oregoa
,i ) i 9-StJ
PRINTED CARDS. BI2B 14" BY TV"
wording. "Rooms to Rent." price If
coats, eaek. Statesman - Beaiaeee, Of
fie. GroaM Floor. ' .J .a ,i," . ;
FOR iRILS OLtJ KEWSPAPERJL 18
I cents m fcondla. Ciwsistloa dspartatsstt
FOR frlAl Livestock 9
BIRD DOGS TRAINED 'ALSO PCPS
lor sale. Flake.' Pettand, . 9-olS
FOR SALE 1300 - POCXD HARE, 0
Tears eld. - E. L. Welch, 28ft Bash
St. . - j . 9-oia
EIGHT JERSEY COWS ALL . YOCNd
Home fresh. Others will be soon. A I so
two- work horses. 1275; Seats- 12th.
. j ' 9-ol4
SPITZ PUPS TOR BALE 481 SOUTH
Cottage. . ,- : . - i :8-el2
TRED W. LANQE, VETERINARIAN-
isiiic ?u cv jomaiercla. fao&o llfl
Hes. Phoae !. 0-oi28tf
AUCTIOX SALES 10
TEN HEAD REGISTERED JERSEYS
towa, bred heifer, yonng stork, both
sexes and herd ball, complete dispersal
of registered herd owned by IL K- Col
lier, farm near West Stayton; some
fresh; data as to breeding will be given
at time of tale. . For the convenience
of the buyer the cattle-will be sold
at the barn at 400 Souh Commercial
St., Salem. Saturday, Oct. IS, starting
at 1:30 o'clock. '" Geo. ' E. Batter lee,
aactioneer. - - - -- ie-el8
WOOD FOB SALE 11
SECOND GROWTH FIR AND OAK-AT
very reasonable prices, Phone 27F3.
. 'I -.- .11-012
FOR WOOD CALL 77F2.
NUMBER 1 SEASONED
wood 99. Phone 7E2. .
18 INCH AND 4 J"OOT WOOD OF ILh
Kinds, irr.eea reasonable aad - prompt
delivery. Phone 1958-W. 11-slStl
STOP! DON'T BUT INFERIOR WOOD!
Get the best oak and fir: alto - coal
By phoning 1855. , i :ll-sl0
JUDD SAWS WOOD. Phone 142. 11-025
18 INCH WOOD FOR NORTH. SALEM
Xroat aew saill near Deaf school. 8
loads 915.. Phone. 122L . v ll-o9tl
BE8T GRAOX Of WOOD
4 ft. and 18 iaek. -.
Dry or greem afll woo.;
Dry second growth til,
Dry old fir. i .
Dry 4 ft, oak.' ' '
Prompt delivery aad reaaonsble pries
TRED E. WELLS, 180 Bout Oharek
Phone lfi42. . j . ..ll-a
15-INCH OLD ITS, 4 1OOT-JLD FIB
growth oak eaA aaa. Pbosm
FOR. SALE DBT UCOOND-GROWTH t
wood, 4 ft, War tsoaedlato aeuverr
Phone 10S. - , , . 4-fl9e-
WAN TED Employment 13
SHINGLING AND ROOF REPAIRING
445, Turner St.! Phone ' 604-Rv. 12-a9
WANTED CHILDREN TO CARE FOR
by day or hour at my own home 449
North High. ; I t 12-ol2
ROOFS RE SHING LED, REPAIRED BY
day or contract. Phone 1769-M 12.-012.".
Qreen Roof Painting
1 - Also black, yellew bias.
- . - f - - -t ' ,
Call and ask to see some of say wovj
la root paiatiag aad reshingling. '-
M. S. MATHEWS
Pkoae 1ST, j . . lS-a2B
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER Wan
prmaneat position. Good reference
Address 5092 Statesman.' ' 1221rt
WANTED SU8ceUaneoaa la
POTATOES WANTED I WANT A FEW
sacks of good quality potatoes for fam
ily use. Phone 1728-J. j . 13-el2
WANTED ONE OR TWO GIRL boarders
Phone 517-W. 1 . 13-ol2
APPLES WANTED FOR; - CANNING.
: fipits, - N ewtoaa, Romes, i Grimes. Will
; take entire croo at orchard ia sacks.
1 Address Ward K. Richardson, Salem.
'i Oregon. . ' ! 13-ol5
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN. T4
take farm paper subscriptions. A ffeo4
i oronoaitioa to the ria-ht aeonla. . AA
J dross the Pscific Homestead, Statosataa
3 SMf., Baiem. or. - j .
WOODRY THE AUCTIONEER BUY9
I used turatturo for eask. Phono 511
- - i- - 1-
SPIRELLA CORSETS SOLD BY ALICE
A. Mile, 451 N. 21st. Phone 1902-J.,
Salem, Oregon. -.-- j - 14-ol2
YOU WILL BE SATISFIED IF YOU
have Talbott cry your sale. Phone 470.
j - 1 i 14-ol5
BLACK SMITHING- NEWrSHOP 450 N
i Front ; block north ! of Willamette
: bridge. B. T. Moves. j 14-ol5
Loans wanted 91700 and 9190a
1 t irst Mtga, security - vaodera Sales
; homes. 6 and 7 per cent.
1 -, BECKE & HENDRICKS
. U. 8. Bsnk Bldg , I - 14 o2ti
iEARN AUTOS IN LO ANGELES
j Big-pay jobs open now, Start easx
practical course. Work: guaranteed te
: earn room and board While learning"
i f itKK . luuatratea oo-page catalog es.
j plains everything. . ; Write Dept. 127,
i .Nations! Automotive, 4094 S. Figueroa,
f Loa Angeles. . i 14-n3
WARREN NURSERIES WALNUTS. Fil
: berts. Cherries, and general, nursery
- stock. Special pricea given on early
: oraers. I'rice list sent en request, u
L. Wsrren, -R. 9, Ssleni. . 14-o31
HELP WANTED 15
5U0 HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE
students to see-automobiles. MacDon
I aid Auto Co., Ferry and Cottage Sts.
AGENTS WANTED 16
AMAZ.ING SHYLISH. SHOES LARGE
i commissions. Cnmnlete I aamnle outfi
! with actnal shoes. ' Popular prices 93.95
; and 94.9j. makes everyone buy. Apply
; htyle Arch Mioe, Cincinnati. 16-ols
NO COMPETITION LIBERAL COM
; missions selling children's appareL
J or more aalea every home.- School op
ening brings you biggest business Of
s year. Producers both sexes wanted
i Plant Jr, Wear Co.. Cincinnati. 16-012
915 DAILY EASILY- MADE Great op
i portunity Men and Women. Experience
- unnecessary. Hoe. prol.t every dollar.
i A Whirlwind seller. Write quick. Par
i ticulars free! STAR BUREAU, 234
: Copp Bldg., Loa Angeles,' Calif. 16-ol2
A TWO -CENT STAMP BRINGS COM
pact, dazzling: Free Sample . Ontfi
: Clothing, 'shoes, and particularly Shirt
; salesmen . have increased income tre
; mendously; Fashion Wear Shirts, Cin
cinnati. - . , : ldol2
AGENTS WRITE FOR FREE. SAMPLES.
. Sell Madison "Better Made". Shirt for
; large manufacturer direct to wearer.
; No capital or experience. reqnired. Many
earn $100 weekly and bonus. Madison
-'Mill!. .o2 Broadway; New ork. 16-el
HELP WANTED--Female 17
CAN YOU EMBROIDER WOMEN Went
ed to embroider linens for ua at home
during, spare time. -Information upon
; request. Belfast Company, Dept. 728,
i Huntington, Imi. , !7-oI2
WANTED WOMEN FOR 'SPARE TIME
work. Experience unnecessary to take
Orders for New popular prised Sanitary
B4land Protectory 935-950 weekly.
' Writ Health-Tex Corp., 1134 Burnham
BkChieaso,.; . - f: l7-ol
- .' - i ' - '
HELP WAXTEEFemale, 17
WANTED SCHOOL GIRL- TO WORK
for room and board. Call xi-oia .
TYPISTS TO TYPE AUTHORS MAN-
escripta, spare time, expeneaee anaee
essary. Typist Servise. . Bureau 143
Hthtr St., Newark, New Jersey.
- 7 1T-18
HELP WASTED iTt IS
MEN WANTING FOREST BANGER PO-
sit ions; 91500-924OO year, write lor
Free particular ef lixasas. Moksne,
D-61. Denverf Colo. --.- A8-oia
MAN TO HELP MANUFACTURE AND
market a novelty, aet necessary to oe
mechanical. Good demand. Address
148 Statesman. - 18-ol2
MEN AGE 18-40. WANTING RT, ST A-
tion-Office poaHiens; Sli& szao bomb,
free transportation, experience unneces
sary. Write Baker, SupL, 859 VVain
wright, St. Louis. - 18-al2
MEN 915 DAILT EASILY MADE. Ex
perience naneeeasary. vae pro in every
dollar: A whirlwind seller.' Partieu.
lars free! Write, STAR BUERAU, 234
COPP BLDO. Los Angeles, Calif.
ELECTRICITY' TAUGHT BY EXPERTS
Earn while you learn at home, r.Jec
trie si Book and . Proof Lessons . Free.
Sstisfsctloa guaranteed anl 'position
aeeured. Write . -Clief Eogineer.
Cooke, 2144 Lawrence Ave., Chicago.
WANTED FOUR LIVE WIRE PHOTO
coupon salesmen, it yoa can aeti muj-
thing at all you can make good with
. - t O 'i ,1
my proposiiion. oee uiurr, auvu
Terminal hotel, Soaday a. Bu. 20-olt
SALESMEN WHO CAS SHOW SCO,
eeeaful record at promotion or advee
tUlng. One who can earn 910,000
or more per year. Home territory.
Address Employment, Dept. 830 Wade
Cincinnati. Ohio, . . 20-ol2
SALESMAN WONDERFUL OPPOR-
tuaity Live , wire to sen men a suits
to Retail Stores,. Samples weigh very
little. Every dealer will -recognise Big
Profit Makers and bay easily. Large
income assured for man who. will work
conscientiously. Samples ready. Phil
Klein. Karlin Ruben. 57. East 11th
St., New York City, New York.
POTJLTRX AND EGG3 21
SALE PHONE 44F14.
WILD MALLARD -DECOY DUCKS.
Flake's Petlaad. - 21-ol8
L03T AXO FOUND 53
LOST SOMETHING I TIND XT I FHOy
a waat ad to Tao Statesman. Paone It
, ......... . is-,"
HUNDREDS! WEALTHY MEMBERS
want to marry. List free. - Cinb
B-1022, Wichita. Kansas.. ' 23-ol2
CATHOLIC8 WISHING TO MARRY
. BOOKLET FREE. Address Home Club,
L-Box 23, Grand -Rapids, Mich .23-ol2
ASTROLOGY STARS - TELL LIFE'S
story. Send birth data and dime lor
trial reading. Eddy. 1085-B. - Suite
3-A, Kansas City, Missouri. 23-ol3
MARRY BUSINESS GIRU 27 WORTH
973,000: Widow 48. 936.000; girl, lfl.
940,000. Write for descriptions and
photos. - Club 507 Tankerchein Bldg. .
Los Angeles, Calif. . 23-ol2 .
CORRESPONDENCE CLUB PABTICU.'-.i
lars for stamp. Thousands wealthy '
members everywhere. Results "guars "
teed or money back. Smith, 1187-9
Denver, Colo. . , . 23-ol2 "
MARRY IF LONELY MOST SUOCESS-
ful "Homo Maker"; hundreds rich;
strictly confidential; reliable; years' ex
perience; descriptions free. "The
Successful Club", Mrs. Nash, Boa 554,
Oakland. California. . 23-ol2"
LEADING CLUB, LARGEST, MOST RE
liable for.. lonely people, coaftdeatial
. descriptions free ia plain sealed en
velope. Thousands : wealthy members.
If sincere write. Established 20 year,
Mrs. Wrubel. Box 2, Oakland, Califor
WANTED 93000 ON GOOD 8ECURITY
- 6 room all modern house 94200. Easi
est psyments. Gertrude J. M, Page 492
N. Cottage St. 24s2tf.
MONEY TO LOAM ON FARM PROP
erty. Lowest rates - obtainable. .' See
. Mr. Mc Curdy in . Homer Smith's of
fice, Steeves-Mooro Bldg.. 24-s20tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN AMOUNTS 1000
, to 82500, 7 per cent.- -..---
BECKE A HENDRICKS
tr. 8. Bsnk Bide. S4-sl6tf
REAL ESTATE CUy 23
: Own j
Your j :
A GOOD BUY . -
82200 Furnished 5. room house or un
furnished for 91850. Cash. See Cbilds
& Bechtel, 540 State St. 25-ol2tf
GRAND VIEW. COZy HOME, SIX
rooms, .plastered, bath. 1 basement.
Corner lot. 90x135. . Near school snd
esrline, 83200; terms. 2390 South.
Church, block east of sooth end High
street. Owner. -. ; 25-olitf
9400 DOWN: IMMEDIATE POSSESS
ion. Hero's good 5 room close in. On
- paving and. car. Price 83250. See at
1154 Oak street.
BECKE & HENDRICKS
U. a Bsnk Bldg. - 23-ol2
ONE VERY GOOD BCY1
A good buy in a bungalow, conven
ient to SP R. R. ; State House, the
university and 12th st. cannery or
Woolen nulla, etc. 92000; , oae-fourth
' down. '
It is In perfect condition, clesn,
sweet and freah. Owner has just apent
8700 on it. Close to car and school..
The best buy for the money I bare
had for months. Wm. Fleming, 341
State St. . ( 2o-ol2tf
ATTENTION HOME BUYER
25 acre farm ati in cult. 6 room
house, barn, out bldga, 4 acres besr
ting prunes, 3 acres loganberries snd
grapes. 3, acres cherries and, apples.
Good -team, cow, chickens, fsrm tools
and , machinery. Several tens bsy, 10
miles from Satem on paved road, near
amall town and school. Snap, 96500;
good terms. Will take Salem homo for
Good 5 room modern borne, large lot
fruit. Only 92300; terms. . Will take
vacant lota for pert. ;
- 200 acre farm, good level land, half
in cult- modern 8 room house, larse
barn, silo. lo. acres prunes, family
orchard, berries. 30 acres timber. Well
fenced, .wstered. 2 miler from town,
1 mile to school. Good generst farm
Price 960 per acre; terms, or will take
amall acreage aeax Salem for part Dv-
- meat. -
3 nice suburban homes, for Salem
homes. . - (
18 room paartment bouse. 96000.
If youwlnt to buy or sell, see us.
. Commercial Club Bldg. 25-ol2tf
A. BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN HOME OF
8 acres in cherries. English wslnuts
sad,, logins. Very dose to Sslem. 7
toon, modern honse slmost aew. Full
basement, furnace. firepUce, plnmbing
i' U o ?ariae. Small barn.
, chicken hoase. For aala at 412.000 or
trade for Portland property. Write
or aee Mrs. Moyor, 147 N. Comm-rri.l
: et, . 'I ; 95-scu
j: l iZw&ifry