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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 9, 1924
Liver Trouble Now a Known
Cause of Premature Old Aoe
Medical science knows that pol
sonotls waste in our bodies would
actually cause death In a few" days
If sot eliminated by Nature's pro
cesses. Because it destroys these
deadly poisons, the liver is pur
most important organ -the body's
- The liver prevents the formation
of body poisons that cause diseases
of the heart, kidneys, blood ves
sels and are chiefly responsible
for prematura old age.
When the liver becomes weak,
the poisons are sucked JM by the
blood and health is broken down.
Physicians know.,, that ..the, Jiver
cannot be regulated by. drugs, but
a safe" Nature substance has been
discovered which will at once in
BRASS COCK ON CHURCH i
AROUSES CURIOSITY OF
Rev. Martin Fereshetian, Pastor of Unitarian Chtfrch, Ex
plaixi3 V$yrJi tWai Bird Was Used 5 Instead of
Customary-Cross. ..rv ,i f-.. .
Many inanities have been direc
ted to Rev." Martin . Fereshetian,
pastor of the Unitarian jcnurch
regarding the brass cock that Is
placed on ihe spire st ., the new
church. ( Both- Prof estants and
Catholics have asked about the
use of-the cock instead of the
cross. .J...-:.! ,
Rev. fereshetian, when ques
tioned on the sabject, said, it was
a custom brought down from the
medieval age. -. The cross was not
used by the 'early Protestants for
this purpose because it was held
to be superstitious. The cross was
used for decorative purposes only.
The cock was used by the Chris
tians of the middle ages, and
even before the Christian era. It
was the symbol of the dawn of
this age, and stood for the dawn
of the good works and vigilance
This was before the. Reformation
After the Protestant revolt the
cock was chosen by the Protestant
churches and nearly every one of
them had it on the belfries of
i During the colonial days the
custom was, brought to America
from England with many others.
The cocks now were used on the
towers, pf public building, and
churches.--v f v- sr
The Salem 'Unitarian church Is
t typical representation of Geor
gonian architecture prevalent in
the early - period of the early na
tional life. Other .examples of this
ityle of building are illustrated by
independence Hall at Philadelphia
and other places."
Excerpts from the handy book
of curious Information by, William
S. Walsh state s that adoui
iddle of tb&4iintli cntary, it is
a js at
U 115L1U U U U
Davenports and Chairs to be the highest class of
furniture made. These goods are built in our own
workshops and can be bought only at a Powers'
store. We use only! the best of materials throughout
in the construction of the Birchfield line. Our
designs are all exclusive. Ask us about the inner
construction of the davenport ---you are entitled to
crease the vital bile" supply. The
discovery is purified ox gall.
Get fromyour druggist a pack
age of Dioxol. ' Each tablet con
tains ten drops of purified ox gall.
In 24 hours the poison toxins will
be removed. Your liver will be
regulated. Blood purification will
begin. Sallow skin will clear. You
will feel so-much better you will
know you have found the cause of
your ill health. Dioxol tablets are
harmless, tasteless and coat less
than two cents each. .
; These . genuine ; ox gall tablets
are-prepared only under the name
"Dioxol!. If any tablet is offered
you under another name, refuse it.
Accept only Dioxol in the original,
genuine package. Adv.
learned from ancient documents
the figure of the cock was set up
on; every church steeple as the em-
blem of St. Peter, because, as
suggestive of the cock which
crowed before this saint ( and no
doubt, with reference to his mor
ning alertness.) the cock came Jo
bei the symbol of, clerical vigilance
In the middle ages the clergy
cajled themselves the "Cocks of
the Almighty whose duty it was,
like the cock that crowed before
Peter, to call the people to repen
tance or, In any event, to the
church. J". : :
jj Durandus has a Latin poem
which may be translated as fol
lows: ' j. .
i "Do you wish to know the sup
reme' reason wherefore the cock,
shining in brass, cuts the north
wind"1- on ; the pinnacle of the
church, looking : out for every
thief and wanderer? He sings the
song of repentance to all, for, as
a cock first summoned Peter to
repentance, when; betrayed by
sleep, be had denied his Master'
Armistice pay- plans
CENTER AROUND STATUE
(Continued from page 1)
members of the GAR, the WRC,
Gold Star and, War Mothers from
the square to the ; court bouse.
where the exercises are to be held
according to Col Carle Abrams,
chief of staff.
f Provision fer'Kala .
Should the weather prove ln-
the dedication ceremonies will, be
held in the open and in the im-
mediate vicinity of the monument
j-j...': - - - - -1
E 3 E'
and the remainder of the excellent
program that has been- arranged
will be held under cover at the
Armory, all of the necessary ar
rangements having been complet
ed by Mrs.. John A Carson, presi
dent of the War Mothers,
For the benefit of all ex-service
men, the American Legion Is prov
iding a free luncheon to be served
at noon from McCornack hall, in
the Miller building. Members of
the 162nd Infantry band, a mill
tary organization of 60 musicians
which will be a feature of the
day, will be guests of the Legion
at lunch. The former soldiers
will go from the hall to the
square. Visiting war Mothers
will be entertained by the Salem
Merchants have been requested
to close their establishments for
the entire day. , This was done
last year, all cooperating with the
exception of two stores. ,
. - Program Is Given i i
The program for the dedicatioi
of; the statue, "Over the Top to
Victory," is as follows: i
Selected music I62nd Infan
try band.- - : f ; . , : t
InvocationRev. W. C. Kantp
ner. -. i '
Solo Mrs. Harry Harms.
Reminiscences -General George
Song Apollo quartette. j
Unveiling and dedication of the
monument Carl D. Gabrielson,
commander of Capital Post No. 9,
assisted by Harry Carson, com
mander of Delbert Reeves post, of
Silverton. , .?
Reading of names on the monu
ment Captain Roy Neer, of Port
land. Placing- of wreaths Gold Star
and World War Mothers of Salem
and Marion county, :f ,
Acceptance; - of monument
County Judge W. H. Downing and
Mayor John B. Giesy.
Turns Right Out Itself
. A few drops of "Oatgro'' in the
crevice of the Ingrowing nail re
duces inflammation and pain and
so toughens the tender, sensitive
skin underneath the toe nail, that
it can not penetrate the flesh, and
the nail tarns naturally outward
almost over night. .
"Outgro" is a harmless antisep
However, anyone can buy from the
drug store a tiny bottle containing
: r -I up"?
977 -COURT ST
Solo Mrs. Earl Pearcy.
Address W. S. Gilbert, state
Chaplain., '-.,, ' t . ' --.
s0loMrs.j Hallie Parrish Hin
ges, accompanied by the Cherrian
band with the public joining on
the choruses. :
j Taps Bugler, Co. F, ONG.
Boy. Scouts Assist ;
' All organizations are urged to
be in their initial positions at
1:15 o'clock and in a column of
fours, with the -GAR,- WRC and
Gold Star and World War Mothers
riding in automobiles in single
column. Detachments of Boy
Scouts will report to the grand
marshal and assist in forming the
parade while one detachment will
report to the chief of police and
aid in directing traffic. ..
The line of march will be from
Marion square south on Commer
clal to State; east on State to
Church; north on Church to
Court;; west of Court to, High;
south on High to the monument
where the parade will halt.
. Military and patriotic organiza
tions will form on Commercial,
north of Marion and facing south;
fraternal and civic, organisations
will form on Marlon, east of Com
merclal, facing west; schools will
form on Marion, west of Com
mercial, facing east. ..
,; Parade In Division
Four division will make up the
parade. Organizations in each of
these are as follow:,
, First Division
Grand Marshall and Staff; Na
tional Colors; ; 162nd Infantry
band, NOG ; Company ' F, ONG;
Coast Defense Detachment, ONG;
Grand Army of the Republic;
Women's Relief Corps; Ladies of
the ; GAR; Sons of Veterans;
Daughters of Veterans; Ladies
Auxiliary Sons of Veterans;
Spanish American War Veterans;
Ladles Auxiliary Spanish War Vet
Second Division -
American Legion, Fife and
Drum corps;, 'American Legion;
Ladies Auxiliary American Le
gion; World War Mothers; Vet
erans of Foreign Wars; Disabled
Veterans of the World War.
C h e r r 1 a n band; Cberrians,
Elks; Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica; Knights of Pythias; Order of
De Molay; Knights of Columbus;
Salvation army. y
p Fourth Division
; i Indian Training School band;
Indian Training school Cadet; Ore
gon State Training School band;
Oregon State Training School Ca
dets; Willamette university; Sa
lem high, sohool; Parrish, Junior
high school; McKinley Junior high
school; Grade schools. ,
Labor Service Report
; Shows Very Light Week
For the week ending November
labor and the employment serv
ice office, which is operated here
in cooperation with the YMCA,
t . .-! '.- '. '
Take a TaWespoonf u.1 of Salts if
Back Iain or Bladder Is
Flush your .kidneys by drinking
a quart of water each day, also
take salts occasionally, says a
noted authority, who tells us that
too much rich food forms acids
which almost paralyze the kidneys
ii their efforts to expel it from
the blood. They become sluggish
and weaken; then you may suffer
with a dull misery in the kidney
region, sharp pains in. the back or
sick headache, dizziness, your
stomach sours, tongue is coated,
and when the weather is bad you
have rheumatic twinges. . The
urine gets cloudy, full of sediment,
the channels often .get sore, and
Irritated, obliging you to seek re
lief two or three times during the
night. .. ' : '
To help neutralize these, irritat
ing acid?; to help cleanse the kid
neys and flush off the , body a
urinous waste, .get four ounces of
Jad Salts from any pharmacy
here. Take a - tablespoon ful in a
glass of water before breakfast for
a, few days and your kidneys may
then act fine. This famous salts
U made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with
Iithia, and bas been used for years
to help flush and stimulate slug
gish kidneys; also to neutralize
the acids In the system so they
no. longer irritate, thus often re
lieving bladder weakness.
t i Jad Salts, is ; inexpensive; can I
not injure and makes a deligbtful
effervescent lithiawater drink. By
all means have your physician ex-
amine your kidneys at least twice
a -year.- Adv. j '; ." f:
placed 23 men and 3 women in
emnloyment. A total; of 101. ap
plications for work ' were filed !
with Sim Phillips, who has cnarge
of the local office.
The greatest demand for work
ers came from common labor with
15 men being placed, 5 in agri
cultural positions, 2 sales peoples.
1 cook, 2 housekeepers. The
greatest number of applications
for work were filed for' common
labor, agriculture eame eecona.
truck drivers ; next In line ana
sales and clerical workers were
a .1.. bmnir facnar1 hT I
the local labor . off Ice by which
JC. uiaur - ; O I
additional positions can be secur
ed for the workers here. It la
expected that the plan will be used J
by the employment office.
POWER IS SUBJECT
.5. .- -mm mir "
F. T. Griffith, Head of PEP I
Company,; Will tpeaK
Here Monday Noon
, Franklin T. Griffith, president
of the Portland Electric ' Power
comDany will speak on the "Dev-
.lAnmon of tho Water POWer OI
' . ' '
. . . n . W I irjlDfin - U I SEE..
toe s.a.vp vi ye-
nlar meeting of the Salem cnam -
ber of Commerce Monday noon,
r.iffiil,' 1V will ha nhrmt elftC -
UI lllliu a " v
triclty in general and will explain
watts and water power , in. sncn a
way that all may understand.
, XT nrif fith nnened a law of-
i fice in Oregon CUy in 1894 and
'became city attorney and legal ad
Ivlser for the paper mills there.
Bis specialty was water , power
leases and rights. Later, he moved
tq Portland and opened anotner
law office there, where he- served
as attorney for the Portland Rail
way Light and Power company.
He was elected president or tne
I company in 1913 and is still hold-
ing the Job. ; . ' ' "
:xxr r Wamiitnn lorai manager
it w '
f the Portland Electric Power
company will be the chairman.
SCHOOL BALLY AT BROOKS
lA . meeting will be held in the!
arhnnl buildlnr. Brooks, Oregon,
Friday evening, Nov. 14. at
pt,, T,einMT,l -.takers
W1U Oe J Oil 11 ja. xiauy x
lem Statesman', and Mrs. UMorae Mr. Vollva erhlbitta an ordln
Clark, principal of the Salem Mc- J ary map of the globe upon which
Klnley Junior high school.
Patrons and friende : or tne
school and" adjoining districts are
STAYTOX ON MAP
V Probably 40,000 people who
never heard of Stayton will now
know that there Is such a town
because of the progressiveness of
two business men, J. w. Mayo and
G. A. Rolph who "put Stayton on
the map," as the saying 0es, at
the International Livestock expo
sition now being held in Portland
The Stayton! booth covers 200
BCiuare feet of floor space and in
it are many, handsome blankets
from the Sahtiam Woolen Mills,
also a line of their piece goods
and coats made up from same. A
booth in which flax tow- from tne
local plant ia on display -and prod
ucts from the Stayton annery al
so may be found. Samples of the
beans and fruits' canned here are
being J given out and there is al
ways a good crowd about the
booth to see the exhibits and aam
pie the V euysM&lU
Phone 23 Advertising Dept."
Bata ptt woidj ,
Per Insertion i ,,. ..... 2
Three intertioos - Si
Money to Loan
On Ril Estite
T. K. FORD
(Over L4d Bash Bank) '
BEFORE YO0 LEAVE YOUR, HOME
. OR CAR HAVE IT
. Insured Properly , ,
Phone 161. Bacsve A Hendricks. V. B.
, e"0 t
AVTO TOPS SIDE CURTAINS PUT
on door rods. - Prepare now for a rainy
day. Call and see O. J. Hall, at his
' new location. 219 State 8t. 8-a29tf
FOB REST 4
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 145 BY IVt'
wordins "For Rent." srice 10 cents
each. Statesman Business Office, on
i ... .Li. i i
FOR REJfT Apartments 5 I ,
HEATED APARTMENTS PHONE 2036J
... ! 5-nBtf
FURNISHED APARTMENT TWO Rooms
ffirivsfal Ksatla f t m a an . hosLl. laanta ITI.
Adults. 391 N. Cottage. i 5-nl2
two Mom furnished apartment
Newly painted and tinted.
Ught, fuel, I
water tarnished. 3 blacks Bash Bank.
fl3. 355 Bellrue. , 5-n9"
APARTMKNX288 x. cottagEv s ntf
14 ROOM APARTMENT WITH BATH. !
Call 1951-W.- - t 5-nir-
UNFURNISHED MODERN APARTMENT
Electric apartments. Call 1097-J. 6nll
4 ROOM APARTMENT "WITH BATH-
Call 1951-W. after 5 vl m. S-nll
APARTMENT AT 1171 CHEMEKETA I
street. , only tare blocks from State I
Honu. 2 nnmt. Price OnlT 18.
Better sea this. I" 5-nStI I
FOR RENT APARTMENTS: 891 KO.
iloor. 292 North Summer.
HEEE KOOM furnished apart-
mept, 593 N. Summer.
PATTON APARTMENTS HOT WATER.
beat, prirate bath. CaU Patton'a uooic 1
UfiDEKN S HOUU Afl. au Birt.tr
7 i- .on en me C....k Itih fit
. FOR RENT Rooms
heated rooms and board. S28 if.
Cottage.' .Phone 1547-M.
TWO DESIRABLE SLEEPING ROOMS.
Close in and reasonable. Phone zvn-J
. ..... . . . . . 6-jxS
LARGE feTE AM HEATED . FURNISHED
ROOM FOR BENT MODER HOME. I
ftlomsn. Most ire references. "
addras A. B care SUtesman.. 6-oltf
ROOMS TO RENT CALL 2044-W.
FOR RENT Houses
A WELL FURNISHED MODERN BUN-1
galow. Three blocks from State House, i
65 Marion. -,
5 rooms with sleeping: porch. Lights,
water and Phone free. Close in. Im
mediate possession. Call 410- Oregon
vns RENT 440 8. 23KD.; 23ZS Bisie;
2327 State: 1098 N. 21st.; 1565 S. Cot
i tage: 1154 Oak, etc.
i . - bkcke ft hendricks
u. 8. Bank Bldg.
1 a ?rTt MODEEJf HOUSE PARTLY tI'
iw -v " . . . . . i . :
f person, h
to rood tenant. Phono 659-J or 80.
MODERN FIVE BOOM HOUSE. SLEEP
inn porch. 1076 Marion. 7-nll
ZIOK. 111.. Nov, 2 t AP) Fly
1 . nrftnrl the world does not
I ...... .
prove that tne eann , i siuu.
according to a statement of Wil
bur Glenn Vollva, overseer of the
Christian Catholic Apostolic
r.Vin !, inminnnlfr ri prt who said
th t Eiance at a ; map of the
1 earth as a stationary plane would
8 show that the Journey or me
WOria Iiyers proveu tue e-rtu i
a. stationary as much as it was
he had penciled the route of the
fliers. He said it showed the
aviators merely ..flew In a circle
over the flat surface of the earth.
"Advocates of the Copernlcan
globular theory of , the earth's
shape should note , the statement
of Prof. R. A. Gregory. V one of
their foremost authorities," ?Mr.
Voliva asserted. He quoted Prof,
Oreeorv as saying: ,"Circumna
gation in an eaaterly or westerly
direction does not prove the earth
to be globular. It has been pointed
out that circumnavigation ncould
be possible on flat surface with
the north , magnetic pole at Its
"The world flight does not
prove conclusively either theory
but it does prove one just as
much as it proves the other,
: "The Bible plainly and unmis
takably teaches that the earth Is
a stationary Diane." " continued
BIr. -Vollva. He submitted ab
stracts from. - Prof. : J. Norman
Lockyer, iaPlace. the French as
tronomer and the late Prof-?WTood
house of Cambridge, ia support of
LD STILL FLAT
I his cpntentioaj-
One wek (six Insertions).
Bix months contract, per month 15e
12 months' contract, per month 12e
Minimum for any adTertfsatnat-35a
FOR RENT Houses
UK BEST-THAT 140 MODEM
room house at 1145 No. Winter St. I
am going to offer now at 35. as it Is
lata in tue aeason, it is. worth t0
however. See Wm. Flemine. 841 State
at. fugn sua. or noose. na-M.
KEW MODERN DUPLEX HOUSE TOR
rent, vau 63F15 after . . 7-ol9U
HOUSES TO BENT F. L. WOOD, 841
State St. . ..- 7-m23tf
7 HOUSES FOR RENT IMMEDIATE
BECKE HENDRICKS .
JJ. 8. Bank Bldg. - 7-n9tf
WANTED To Rent 7A
WANTED IMMEDIATELY POUR OR
lire room furnished or unfurnished
bonse. Phone Kimber YMCA or Arge
Hotel, ; '. - ': ; 7a-n9 tf
WANTED AT ONCE FOUR OR FIVE
room rurmshea or, onxuxnished nonse.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 8
FOR SALE BALED
lAPPLESjrAT RANCH OR DELIVERED.
GOOD LOTS SMALL HOUSE,
Owner, P. O." Box
FOR SALE GOOD -TEAM. TRUE AND
sonna ; wagon and harness ; also good
cow ana a ooien hens. . Phone 907.
" . - 8-ntf
FOR SALE BY - OWNER-i-NEW FIVE
room bonsralow. atrtctlT modern, hard
wood floors, -fireplaoe. f anuwe and wash
trays. Located just off Cspitol street.
Lasy terms. i Phone 1440-W. 8-nl2
HUGHES HOTPOTNT ELECTRIC range.
UU new. J'bone 151S-M. 8-n8
FURNITURE, IRON BEDSTEAD, MAT-
tresses and springs, heater, kitchen ta
ble, canned fruit. Call before Fridaj
p. m. 1105 Front St. West Salem.
, i i ' - : -" - 8-n6tl
NEWPORT LOT CLOSE TO BEACH foi
sale on easy payments, or will trade
for produce at any point convenient ts
Highway.. Li. J. Smith. Aewport, Ore.
- ' - n.n10
fluuk iaup, LEATiUiK CUAIK, Fert
stand. .Phono 888-J.
WOOL. SCOURING AND CARDING. Yow
own wool eardeo inta batta. or madi
into comforters, pads or msttresses. Old
wool bedding recorded. Prices, -Cata
logue, ana ohlpptng tsgs sent upon ap
plication. CRESCENT BATT BED-
DING CO., Stay ton. Or,
$300 MOTORCYCLE FOR $35. VTH1
tavh - sa wiauI kr T . 'fri . ?kMjn T "
eA u SB w sa,w a: SM vwaaa u ewvuew (
ox 6. 8-o30t
APPLES FREE FROM W O R M . 75 .
per box; two boxes fl.SO; twix Doxet
1.8UJ v. vn- 8-o21U
BeflUtif Ul OrefTOH ROSQ
' 1 And eleraa ether Oregon soags to :
Tether with sv line collection of patriot
ie songs, ssered soaga and many eld
time favorites. -,
ALL FOR 25c ..
- fSooeial prices in ouantity lots)
; Especially adaptable for school, com-
Btnnity or home singing, sena xor-
70 paces now. in its . third edition
Published by , -OREGON
215 fl. Commercial St. Salem. Or.
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PORCH
winn at a barzain. 1757 Waller Kt.
I Trespass Notices
' Tresspass Notices, size 14 inches by
9 inches, printed .on good 10-ounce
ranrass' bearing the words, "Notice Is
Hereby Given That Trespassing Is
Strictly Forbidden On These Premises
Under Penalty Of Prosecution' -Price
15e each or two for 25o. Statesman
Publishing Company, Salem,, Oregon.
PRINTED CARDS, i 8IZE 14,'BY 7"
wording. "Rooms to .Kent," pno iu
cents each. Statesman Business Of
fice, Ground floor.
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10
cents a bundle. Circulation oepartment
FOR SALE Livestock 0
FRESH COW FOR SALES MILES
east of Asylum, K. .0, Box l. m.
F. Kaplinger. , - Sn8
Fresh eow and calf. -work
team. 1275 8. 12th.
FRED W. LAXGE. VETERINARIAN
Office 430 S. Commercial, jrnone iib
Rea. Phone 1666. -m23tf
WOOD FOR SALE
la.TvrM fI.T VIR. A FOOT OLD FIB.
second rrawth oak ana 111. rnon
18FS. it. D. Hartleld. t 11-jeti
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4' ft. ns. IS- loon. - .
Dry or treen mill wood. -Dry
second growth lir. '
Dry old fir. " ; . .
It., a AttV nA aab. "
Prompt delirery and reasonsblo price.
... rern r. wells - t-
180 South Church. Phose 1542. 11-aStf
16 INCH B1A3CS. WOPU. W.u
load; 4 loads rnene o-w
FOR DRY WOQD PRICED RIGHT Phone
IS7Q.W. , iiim-
FOB BALE DRT SEC0XD GKOWTH fit
wood, 4 ft. For immediate oeiiTeTy.
Phaiut M6. 4-fl2tl
16 INCH AND 4 FOOT- WOOD OF ALL
hinds. " Priees ronrle- and .prompt
deliverv. Pkons 195S-W. ; 11-slStf
ktvt Dnv-T BfY INFERIOR WOOD!
CI tttan Kanet naaaC IDQ fir: also real.
nknnlnr 1833. ' 11-slOtf
16 INCH WOOD FOR NORTH" SALEM
from new miH near Deaf school..-: 5
l.. am; rhi 122. - t-ntf
iVANTEl Employment 12
EXPERIEXCEP JANITOR "WATS TS work.
Good referescea. io etatewuan. ,
- . - 12-nl3
SH1NGIJXO AND ROOF REPAIRING-
443 Turner St. Phono 60-, 12-a
-iriir-RlKXJEI STJtXOGRAPHX'B, Wants
wraaonl position.' Good.ieferences.
WANTED TWO OK THREE PIGS
looea preferred. Fhone yvtii i
tween 12 and 1 noons or 6 and T '
nines. Also want two or three
baled hay. 13 c , .
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
take .farm paper subscription. A good
proposition to the right people. Ad
ores the Pacific tiomesuaa, fc;ate-
man Eldfc, Baloay Or. . - .
iWOODRT THE ACCTIONEES BCTS
nsod furniture for eosh. Phone 511
WANTED PARTICULARS fROll PAK-
tis haTin for sale 40 or 50 aires food
tillable land ruitatU for diTrsififd
fsrminr. Address Vim. Tie Id. 830 ilo
thow St, Wenatcheo, Washington.
SPIRE LLA CORSETS SOLD BY ALICE
A. Miles, 451 N. 2 1st, phone If02-J.
BUSINESS MEN HAVING TYPE-WRIT-
mg to do msy bring; it to The Pacific
Expert school, where it will bo done
obsolutely orfeet and free of charge.
jRoom 1, (Patten Apts. - 14-ni
ENROLL AT THE PACIFIC EXPERT
school in Patton Apartment, adjoin-
inc Ladd , Buah Bank Bidg. Com
plete bnsinesa course taught tn three
months and positions secured for sll
graduates. Free books and supplied.
Phone 1633-J. . .
SOME STICK THEM. WE WELD THEM.
jlectne and acteylene weldisf. lleary
or l:cht- Tanks, boilers, or castings.
Production welding. AutomotiTO tract
tor and sawmill wcldin. 849 Ferry,
Salem. . i4 d3
JUDD SAWS WOOD PHONE 142.
V IlliXP WANTED 15
WE WANT A REPRESENTATIVE, orery
county. Ketain present employment.
-Attend to our business during spare
time. Crown Co 701 Romax Bid?..
New York' City. IS-nS
1 l 1 ' t I. ! ... .1 .
AGENTS WANTED 16
XO COMPETITION LIBERAL COM-
missions, selling children's apparel.
Two or more sales ia every borne.
Producers wanted. Both sexes. Paut
Jr. Wear Co, Cincinnati, Ohio. !S-n9
EARN MONEY AT HOME ADDRESS-
ing. Mailing, rirculars. No experience
required. Nothing to sell. We pay
weekly. York Supply Co, 309 Fifth
Are., New York. 16-n9
AGENTS TO SELL EVERY WOMAN ber
Birthstone Pearl Necklace for J5. No
competition; reserro territory. Sample
1.00 Pacific Jewelry Corp, 424 Broad
way. Loa Angeles, CT. 16 n9
AGENTS MAKE BIG MONEY SELLING
oriental indestructible opalescent 30
inch pearl necklaces, with .Mexican To
paz liiimond jeweled clasp, sells f 6.50
sample mailed in pi ft box 81.85 CALI
FORNIA - IMPORT ' CORPORATION,
Dept. 16, Box 848, Venice, Calif.
' '.. : 16-n9
;0 MOEE PU31PXNG UP TIRES
An airtight vaire which preTeni 6 i
losa of air in tires has been put c .'
market. With this cap one infiatii
Issta lif of tire and doubles tire mil.
go.' Tested and approTed by 1- - -automobile
manufacturer. TS' 1 ( t ,
proof of 'testa., Ketail price 81. ierful
of fire. Great demand. "tt'o uher
- opportunity for agents. Airlox
" Co, Dept. 161 2306jir- - . mi
ME.f WANTTSG ' FOI- 'V"-
l'ostal Clerk, and other t
, -write for Free -part icu. -.
; D-107 Denver, Colo. . 1 ?
JAEANESE TRUCK FARM LI j : T-
ed 1 to lease land on snarei. tor i rm
1 of years. Good soil, roads, and mar
. keta. "Write Box 24,. Cedar- Falln.
I Iowa. ' 18-n
MENAGE 18-40, WAKTHTG RT. STA-
tion-Office poaitioms, lis-.u mom a,
free trannportat ion, experience nnneces
aary. Write Baker, Supt 859 Wsin
; wright, St. Louis. . . 18-n9
ELECTRICITT TAUGHT BY EXPERTS.
Earn whtle you learn at nome. r.iec
tricol Book and Proof Lessons Free.
Satisfaction guaranteed and position se
cured. Write to Chief Eengineer Cooke
2144 Lawrence Ave Chicago. 18-n9
MAN WANTED (CITY OR COUNTRY)
old established company wut suppi;
capital and stsrt you in your own per
manent bvsUess selling necessities peo
ple must boy every lay. Experience
unnecessary. Write McConnon & Co.
Fsctorv 202. Winona. Minn. ia-n9
ALLURING STYLISH SUFERHJUALr
ity popular prtceo anoea i per y
easy, pay in advance. Wo furnish
aamples. Nstioally known organisa
tion. Stylish 'Arch, Cincinnsti, Obio.
? T ? .. ! t t
Royal-Kendal reprenenta tires do rrnt
know what it is. They sell a coal
earing devico for furnaces (not an oil
turner) binder a itusrantee of reducioz
eoal consumption 25 to 85 per cent or
money back; sold thronithoot the conn
4ry by lealina deartBfc stre. to
dealers and aeenta: renponsible repre
antatio wanted for eVaiem and sur
rounding territory to begin attire work
at once: free trial demonstration ot
ter. Address D.W. Pesrson, 155 F..
Suoerier. Chicago g0-r9
LOSTAM FOUND C3
LOST OS MILL OR HIGH STREET
pair black oxtoros,. r inner pieano. tel
ephone 847-M. ? ;
LOST EMBROIDERY SCISSORS. About
. : t t A
tWO WeOKS ago Deiween . v,iiii
Winter. : Return to 135T X. Winter. Re
FOX i TERRIER DOG. NAMED J1GG8.
Has leather collar wiw i roumy
Ucense. Phone 52F11. 22 n-
LOST STONE MARTIN FUR iA.ls--
piece. . raw -
LOST SOMETHING ! FIND ITI PHONE
s want a to xno buuuub. Mruo"
WEALTHY YOUNG LADY. PRETTY.
will marry. write me. r-ra, d k';.,
Wichita. Kansas. 23-n
MARRY IF LONELY JOIN "THE SCC
ceasfvt Correspondence Club. Reliable.
J Doscriptions free. Box 55, Oakland, f
Calif. ' 23-n3
ASTROLCK.Y STARS TELL 'LIFE'S
story. Sena omnaaies ana aime mr
- trial reading. Eddy. 1085-B. Suite S6.
Kansas City. Mo. - ilf-nS
LEADING CLCB. LARGEST, MOST KE
liable for4onely people, confidential
drtcrtptioiMi free in pUin aesled en
relope. Thousand wealthy members.
If sincere write. Established SO years.
Mrs. WrubeL Box IMS, Oakland, Califor
nU. " 23 n9
GET 'MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
fiaper rmbliahed. Correpoadent. T
edo. Ohio. 23 di
$2500 TO LOAX SECURITY MUST BS
first claaa, rate 7 per cent. W. IL
Grahenhorst fc Co, 275 State street.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM TI
erty. "Lowest rates obiaina'.'ie. fc?
Mr. WeUuray ta iioner . taut ti s ei
fige. fcteerea-lieorg Liz, - it .