The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 18, 1924, Page 6, Image 6

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    Over Two Million Visitors to
. Hationa Forests of M.
(MEMBERS OFr AMERICAN FEDERATION OE LABOR EXECUTIVE
! COUNCIL AT 44th SUMMER CONFERENCE
I!1MI5L.
T h e
There were 2.181.6S2 .'. visitors
in 1924 to the 22 national. forests
of Oregon and Washington, ac
cording" ito reports, just received
at the, district forester's office In
Portland. . The national forests
thus again prove to be the great
popular playgrounds of the Pacific
' northwest. ' ' J ' . ' ;
This number" of people.' fished,
camped, picnicked, hunted or trav
eled on the 27 million acres of the
national .forests and represent an
increase of 603,222 over the . 1923
figures, and! 1,151.560 more than
for -1922. jForest officers .' con
sider the above estimates of. visit
ors t6 be very conservative.,' The
above figure, are for, national
forests only lit. the two states of
Washington land Oregon and do.
not include visitors to the Ratnier
and Crater Lake .national parks in
the two states, rhich .also report
this their biggest season yet ex
perienced. -
Oregon shows l,032,27Svisitors
to her 14 national forests for
1924; which ; is ' an increase of
386,661 over the 1923 number.
On her national forests there, were
122,872 campers, 43,2 63 summer
hotel and resort guests, 739,092
transient motorists, and 127,051
other miscellaneous vistiors. 1
The Mount Hood national forest
led - all of : the; national roTests in
Oregon in totals,' 666,128 people
having visited that one '.forest
alone. This number is sure to in
crease greatly ith the final open
ing of the Moant Hood loop high
way to occur; next spring. The?
Crater forest has the next largest
number of sumjner visitors with
81,427, and the Deschutes forest
third with 57,513.
The eight national forests, in
the - state of Washington drew
1.149.254 visitors in 1924, or
218,561 more i than in 1923, and
576,988 more-than 1922. The
Wenatchee forest shows ttee larg
est number, 681,970, whfJe the
Rainier forest Is second with 208,
078, "and " the! Snoqualmie third
with 132,4754 The totals for
Washington show 124,928 (snip
ers, 3,290 summer homers and
guests, .32,183 summer hotel
guests,'ivX32,07:7 picnickers, and
856,776 'transient motorists.
When confronted by a homely
baby, always sayj "Isn't he cute!"
All babies are that.
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This shotoffraph of officials
prominent in the American Fed
ration of Iibor was made while
Executive Council of . the great
labor organization was holding Its
44th summer conference a Atlan
tic City. N. J. j Ift to right (first
row) are shown.; Daniel J. Tob,ln,
I EDITORIALS OF THE
PEOPLE
SKCIIRTAUY 31'AFKE KXPIaAIXS
.Editor, Statesman.
There appeared upon the first
Pftge of the issue of your paper
of Jov. 16th, a story under these
headlmess. iGahlsdorf Quits
Business Ieague." which, . owing
to tfte mis-statement of facts, does
a grOat injustice to Mr. Uahlsdorf,
and T am sure that you will wish
to correct the wroug impression'
given, "that '. JMr. uahlsdorf was
against an organized movement to
obtain f Lag decorations in Salem,
and that he has resigned as Presi
dent of ! Business; Men's League,
after a stormy, session." '
C'As Sejcretarjf of the Business
Men's Lettgue I attended all meet
ings of the league during the past
year, and, kept a record of the
proceedings, and wish to state that
nothing tin these records shows
that Mr.' 'Gahlsdorf opposed uni
form flagr decoration- of Salem,
but, quite the reverse, he has on
more than one; occasion, strongly
favored it. The only point - of
disagreement between Mr. Gahls
dorf and the committee who re
presented' the Veterans of Fereign
War 3 in selling to Salem business
men flags for the side walks,' was
the kind and quality of the decora
tions to be used, Mr. Gahlsdorf
standing for what he considered a
better . method of displaying the
decorations, and a better quality,
than the wooden, staffs and cotton
flags which were advocated by.
WE PAYlCASH FOR i
YOUR
FURNITURE
AND TOOLS !
Capital Hardware &
Furniture Co.
i Beat Prices Paid ' I'
283 N. Com'l St. Phone 347
QUiLITY VORIC
FAIR PRICES
QUICKLY and ECONOMICALLY.
(whether a small card
treasurer. Indianapolis; James
Duncan. 1st vice president, Wollas
ton. Mass.; Samuel Gompers. pres
ident; Frank Morrison, secretary,
Washington; Joseph F. Valentine,
2nd vice president. Cincinnati.
(Standing) Matthew Woll. 7th Vice
president. Chicago; -William Green,
and carried through by the com
mittee representing the Veterans
of Foreign Wars.
To properly understand the
position taken by Mr. Gahlsdorf,
and the other members of the
board of directors, it must be
known that the concern which
sells the flags recently purchased
made a proposition about one year
ago to the American Legion or
ganization of Salem that if-they
would sponsor the selling of the
flags to business men, a commis
sion of fifty cents per flag would
be allowed. ' ; . '
A committee from the American
Legion met with the Directors, of
the Business "Men's league, and
gave the matter careful considera
tion, after which the proposition
was rejected by the American
Legion, i Some of the objections
to the proposition were, that th
Chamber of Commerce had a proi
gram for uniform street decora
tiona, and . had-already purchased
several hundred dollars worth,
with the intention of adding fur
ther thereto each year for several
years. All the expenses of hand
ling the decorations was to be born
by the Chamber of Commerce. It
was thought that the flag staffs
standing in the sidewalks would
be an. obstruction to traffic wheik
large crowds were upon the street
that the .staffs would be broken
off by automobiles backing up tQ
the curb, that children would tear
or disarrange the flags. a they
are so near the walks that small
boys may reach them, and that a
much better appearance would
result were the staffs set at an
angle.- so that the flag would be
suspended at all times rather than
folded about the staff,, as is the
case where a good breeze is ab
sent. ' f .l j,
When the committee represen
ting the Veterans of Foreign,
Hacking Coughs 1
Can not be cured by a glass of
-water, but will disappear under
. the healing and soothing affect of
CHAMBERLAIN'S
COUGH REMEDY
Every user is a friend ) ;
or a large book)
4th vice president, Indianapolis;
Frank Duffy, 3rd vice president.;
Indianapolis: Martin F. Ryan. 8th
vice president, Kansas City; Jacob
Fischer, 6th vice president, Indian
a polls, and T. A. Rickert, l5th .'vice
president, Chicago. ' , ; i
MS 1 C
WILL MEET TODAY
Interdenominational Federa
tion Opens Fall Meetings
at 2:30 0'Clock ; v
;" . " ;," 'i f :4 -
w '.'.- u :t l&iit'
A program of considerable in
terest, and one i that. Is open to all,
is that of the Interdenomlnation
Federation of Women's Missionary
societies meeting at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon for their fall meet
ing in the auditorium of the First
Methodist church. .
Governor Walter M. Pierce has
been secured as the speaker of
the afternoon and will talk on "the
narcotic problem. ,
Mrs. Harry Harms, who has
won many friends with her beau
tiful lyric soprano voice, will be
the soloist for the occasion. .
A theme of special interest will
De ine auii report on the sum
mer 8 migrant work. Miss Louise
Shields will have charge of this."
Business matters will come up
during the afternoon which will
be of vital interest to every mis
sionary society in town and dele
gates are expected to be present
from each one. The meeting will
open at 2:30 o'clock -with the gov
ernor's address at 3 o'clock.
Wars met with the Directors of
the Business Men's league all of
these objections were mentioned,
and it was decided that the Vet
erans of Foreign Wars should inr
vite each ofl the other patriotic
organizations of theL city to send
representatives to a meeting to- be
held, later, where a decision would
be made as to what decorations
would be most satisfactory to all
concerned, and when this was done
the Business Men's league stood
pledged to not only give its ap
proval, but its assistance.
j Instead of doing this the Vet
erans of Foreign Wars upon their
own responsibility, called ' upon
businessmen and requested that
they purchase the flags, which
they quite readily did, not know
ing all the facts in the matter.
Had the firm who supplied , the
flags undertaken, to sell them to
the businessmen direct they would
have met with little success. , ,
Most of the larger, business
houses requested that a letter of
approval from, the officers of the
Business Men's league be present
ed before they signed the contract
for flags, and these firms did not
do this from any lack of patriot
ism, but In loyalty to the Busi
ness Men's league.
Now as to the statement that
Mr. Gahlsdorf resigned after a
stormy session, and that efforts
are being made to streighten out
certain differences, the facts are
that Mr. Gahlsdorf has made no
formal resignation, and the near
est approach- to-it as far as my
knowledge extends ia his verbal
statement to me that he intended
to resign,' and the matter was
treated lightly by me and his res
ignation is not at this time in
the hands of the board of direc
tors. I There has been no lack of har
mony In the board of directors,
and the directors were all present
and without exception supported
Mr. Gahlsdorf in his handling of
the flag matter, and there are
absolutely no differences to be
straightened out as was stated by
the Statesman.
Yours truly '
G. E: McAFFE, Secretary.
"Gascarets" 10c
if Constipated
Dizzy, Bilious
Feel fine!
Let "Cascar-
ets" c 1 e a n
your bowels
and stimulate
your liver. No
griping or
o v e r a c ting.
Mi 1 1 io lis of
nfen, ".women.
and children take this harmless
laxative-cathartic. It doesn't .sick
en you like' pills, oils, calomel and
salts. Tastes nice acts wonderful.-
10c, 25c and 50c boxes any
drugstore,Adv. :
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xyi 0r
If your nostrils are clogged,
your throat distressed, or your
head is stuffed by nasty catarrh
or a cold, apply a little pure, an
tiseptic, germ destroying, cream
into your nostrils. It penetartes
through . every air passage, sooth
ing inflamed, swollen membranes
and you get Instant relier.
: How good it. feels, Your nos
trils are open. Yur head is clear,
No. more hawking,, snuffing, dry
ness or struggling for breath. Get
a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from any druggist. Cold
and catarrh yield like magic.
Don't stay stuffed up. Relief is
sure. Adv.
OVER S3
TO ELECT T. B. KAY
Majority Spent By Candi
date; Other Election Ex-
'penses. are Filed -
Thomas B. Kay, of Salem, spent
$2734.97. in obtaining his election
as state treasurer, according, to a
report filed Monday with the sec
retary of state. J. C. Ainsworth,"
in behalf of Mr. Kay, spent an
additional $500. Gust Anderson,
treasurer of the La Follette
Wheeler campaign committee in
Oregon, spent $4880.95. Justice
O. P. Coshow, democrat, for elec
tion to the supreme court, spent
$474.15, and Milton A. Miller,
democrat, i seeking eleciton as
United States ; senator," ., spent
$867.50. Upton A. Upton social
ist labor, congressman, third dis
trict, $17.45. I. H. Van Winkle,
attorney. general, $199. 9Z'.
Representatives filing were H.
C. Herron; democrat, iOth dis
trict, $31: Arthur McPhillips, de-
.mocrat, 13th district, $26.80; J.
H.. Teegarden, republican,. 13th
district,' $12; L. L. Mann, repub
lican, 23rd district, $50, and C. A.
Tom, republican, 28th district,
$17.50. .
District attorneys filing were
Newton W. Borden, democrat,
Jackson county, $96.20; J. W.
Allen, republican, Wasco county,
$55.44, and Earl, A. Nott, demo
crat, Yamhill county, $77.55.
Charles E. Henshaw, secretary
of the Multnomah county republi
can central committee, in support
of republican aspirants, $6139.80;
Alex E. Lundell, treasurer of the
socialist-labor party, $763.26;
Kenneth. Bayne, secretary-treasurer
ot, the. Marion county- demo-,
eratlc central committee, $377.68,
and Frank . S. Ward, executive
secretary Oregon Public Health
league, in opposition to the work
men's compensation r amendment,
$146.4$., .
noted Tenor
here tonight
RICCAKIfO MARTIX
Riccardo : Martin, metropolitan
American tenor, who will arrive
in the city at 11 o'clock this
morning. He will appear at the
Grand theater in concert tonight
under the, auspices of the ; Civic
Music club. . . "
I SC0TTS MILLS I
Mrs. F. "E. Howe and daughter,
Rosa,' -visited relatives in Marion
over the week-end. ;
Mrs. Lena Bellinger, who was
visiting relatives in Portland, was
called home by the serious illness
of her son. Allan.
. Mrs. Cora Rich and daughter,
Mildred, visited relatives near- Sa
lem last-week . . i-
Mrs. Emily McCown and grand?
daughter, Marion Magee,, left for
their home iu Los Angeles last
week after visiting relatives here
the past summer. - -, -
W. T. Hogg- and Ray Telfer
were in Salem Friday on. business
' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherd
visited in Silverton Sunday. ;
; Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Amundsen
were Silverton visitors Saturday
afternoon. ! '
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Coulson at
tended quarterly meeting at Sa
lem Friday and Saturday.
Loraino Hogg of Salem visitetl
her parents. here over the week
end. 1 U .'Hr
Joe .Ocrsch is visiting his ; par
ents herO-thia week. ,!
, . Allan Bellinger, who undcrweut
a Berious operation at the Silver
ton hospital.' is reported as im
proving rapidly.
, Born to Mr: and Mrs. Leo Well
man at the Silverton hospital Fri
day. Nov. 14, 1924, a son. ; I
Louie JIagce of Shaw visited hig
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CLASSIFIED SECTION
Phone 23 Advertising Dept.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
IUU per word:
Per iniertion .
Three iniertiont ' .
5a
Money to Loan
On Betl Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd ft Both Sank)
BEFORE YOU "LEAVE TOUR HOME
j OR CAR HAVE IT
Insured. Properly, ;. .
Phone 161. Becke Hendripks, XT. 3.
Benk Bldg. e-28tt
AUTO TOPS.
AUTO TOPS SIDE CURTAIVS- PUT
en door rod. Prepare now for a rainy
: day. Call and eee O. 3. Hall, at his
Bfwjocation. 2X9 Stat St.-- 8-29tf
FOR BEST.
HOUSE AND APARTMEXT8.
205-J.
PHONE
4-BlStf
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY 1W
wording "For Rent," price 10 cent
each. Statesman Business Office, on
Groond floor.
A BUSINESS IOCATION ON STATE
St. BeKt in the city, Addreas XYZ,
far' SUtwtmnn. 4-nl4tf
ii ii i isgaiBas53 i i i i i
FOR RENT Apartments 5
ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED APART
auent, 1207 S. Commercial. Phone S90
' - 1 ' 5 19
FOR RENT FURNISHED APARTMENT
first floor.. Rent, reasonable. 292 North
Summer., - , 5-nl9
HEATED, WELL. FURNISHED S ROOM
apartment. Fine place. 6aG Center
phone 1284-W.- 5-b18
NICKLY . FURNISHED MODERN Apart
ments. , Lights and water furnished.
Very- reasonable to employed couple.
Phoue 2093 J or call U3 Union street.
5 n!8
FOR RENT ATTRACTIVB 8 ROOM
apartment, ' hardwood floors, steam heat
1311 Court. S-n21
MeALPINE APARTMENTS, NOW ready
for occupation. Fully modern three
room suites, 1140 Center St. Phone
1849. ! ' 5-21
FOR RENT FOUR AND 5 ROOM Apart
ment. ; Unfurnished. Close . in. 465
Center. 5-nl9
APARTMENT 268 N. COTTAGE. 5-nif
PATTOH APARTMENTS HOT WATER,
heat, private bath. Call Patton'a Book
store. , 5-o2tf
wnnrow e nnmr APT AVTi KT.TTFP.
in nnreh. Jt22.5n' 715 South 12th St.
. i 5-21tf
FOR -RENT APARTMENTS; 891
Commercial. - . -
NO.
Tnupr i wnnxr FURNISHED APART
ment. ' 593 W. Summer. S-jne3tf
narpnta here Thursday.
mi i,iiln Dale, who is teachlns
In Silverton, visited her parents
here over the weeK-enci.
Frank Wilson and Ray Telfer
were in Portland Wednesday on
business.
Mrs W. P Hore and dauehter
Doris, visited Mrs. Hogg's parents
In Salem on Sunday.
. Mr. and Mrs. Hush Magee were
Salem visitors Sunday.
Leo Hettwer of Mt, Aneel visit
ed his parents at Crooked Finger
Sunaay. .
Woman Sheriff Fills Job
Clad in Purple and Silver
CANTERBURY. England. Nov.
11 (AP). This ancient cathed
ral city has just revived a custom
tl medieval times by. conferring
the office of -sheriff upon a wo
man. Incidentally the. recipient
of the honor, Mrs. Lucy. Green
Wells the wife of a local tailor, has
the distinction of being .the' only
woman in England to hold such
an office. - .
Keen cfronff. Be
healtbyand free from winter complaints.
Hill a tascara eromme vummc la me
quickest acting, most dependable cold
remedy. What Hill's does for millions it
will do for you. Get red box bearing Mr.
Hill's portrait. UtVrcc J J.en;s-
CASCARA"i QUININE
W. H. EUX CO. TJ)q AvV'.DET"wtI "V"'
HEAT STOPS PAIW
1 FMITES
; - i ."
. , Rheumatism, lumbago, nieuritis,
backache, stiff neck, sore iAusdes,
strains, sprains, aching I Joints.
When yoo are suffering o you
can hardly, Ket around just try
Red Pepper Rub.
Nothing has such concentrated,
penetrating., heat as .red peppers.
and . when heat : penetrates right
down into pain, and Congestion,
relief comes at once.
JuHt as soon as you apply Rod
Pepper Rub you feel the tingling
heat.. In three minutes the sore
spot i warmed through and
through . and the torture is gone.
fRowJcs Red f Pepper. Rub, made
from, red peppers, ' costs, little v at
any drug store, net a jar at once.
Be sure to get. the genuine, with
the name Rowles-. on every pack
age. Adv. -
sJr' Pneumonia U
e
SAYS RED PEPPER
One week (six insertions)
One month
. Six .months' contract, per mooth15c
12 months' contract, per month12e
Minimum for any adTertisement25o
i FOB RENT Rooms 6
NICE COZY ROOM, WITH BATH, Cloae
in, and meals, reasonable. 2021-.
' - - 0-a20
DESIRABLE FRONT ROOM" ONE tlbck
from. Capital. With or without board.
Phone 2068-Ji - J. e-nlStf
ROOM FOB RENT MODERN HOME,
three blocks from state: house, for gen-
- tleman. Itnst (ire references. Pleaae
address A. B' care Statesman. J-ol7U
COZY ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN Cloae
in. Phone 585-W. . ' 6-&20
ROOMS TO RENT CALL 2044-W. "
FOR RENT rltouses 7
MODERN FURKISHED BUXOALOW
Apply 175 S. 13th. 7-nl9
FOR REXTr-i ROOM HOUSE. INQUIRE
at 461. S- Cottage St. 7 nl9.
HOUSES TO RENT ANQ APARTMENTS
See Wm. Flemish. 841 State St. 7-nl5tf
FOR RENT i 7 ROOM HOUSE AND
ffarage. Good location. ' On parement;
near achool. L. U. Bulgin, 9'iO Mill St.
, . . . . 7-B22
FOR RENT 9 ROOM" HOUSE AT 545
Chemeketa atreet, $40 , per month.
W. H..GRABENHORST A CO.
275 State St, Phone 513.- 7-nl9
COZY 2 ROOM HOUSE, PARTLY lr
nighed.. Good location. Phone 1794-3.
. t -7 n!8
HOUSES TO RENT F. L. WOOD, 341
SUte St. . 7-m23tI
: ; . -. FOR RENT
6 room hoae close in. .
5 room furnintied house.
4 room, furnished houae. " .
Hop farm, S year lease. .
' 6 acre country place, '
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
. - - 7-nlStf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous a
FOR SALE CONFECTIONERY. SNAP
$1000 cash. It intereated write 148
Falls City. Oregon. 8-n23
TOBACCO. CHKWINO 10 LB. $4: 8mo
ins Mllb. $2.SO; 201ba. $4.. Terrell
Viogo, Lynnrule, Kentucky...: 8-ml7
GOOSEBERRY PLANTS FOB SALE
I"hone 47F2. . 8-nl9
WARREN XCRSERY SALES YARD
open November 20,. 1924. 173 South
Cottage. 8-nl9
KIMBALL PIANO. CONDITION LIKE
new. - V ill , sacrifice for $195 cssh
This is a real snap. Investigate. Tall
. man Piano Store. 393 8. Twelfth St
Near S. P. Passenger depot. - 8-al9
FARM LIGHTING PLANT. GOOD CON
dition for aale cheap. Earl C. Frost.
Kt. 1. Portland. - s nil"
FOR SALE BALED CLOVER HAY
Phone 981-Rv 8-n9t
Beautiful Oregon Rosa
And eleven other Oregon) songs to-
getber wttn a line collection ot patriot
ic songs, sacred songs and many) old
time isTorites. -y
ALL FOR 25e.
. (Special prices n quantity lots)
' munity or home singing. Bend for
t Western Songster
j 70 pages now in its third edition
... - 'i Fuhliahed by;; . ,
I OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 S. Commercial: St. Eslm, Or.
FOR SALE GOOD TEAM, TRUE AND
sound; wsgon . and harness: also, good
; cow and S.dotea hens. Phone 907.
, - --'.( 8-n9tf
$300 MOTORCYCLE FOR $35. WH1
ride a wheel F. L. Coffin, Route 7,
, Box 6. ::.- 8-o30tt
APPLES FREE FROM WO RM 8. 75
per box: two boxes SI. 30; three boxei
Si.ou; tour noses T.:u; ot six ooxet
. fori $3. lliona 97FJ2. . 8 o21t
GOOD STEP" LAD0ERS AND TORCH
swinss at a bargain. 1757 Waller 8t
' 8-jne 28ti
Trespass Notices
For Sale
Treacnasa Kbtirea, aixa 14 Inches by
9 inches, printed ra rool 11 eynoa
, c an tu bearing the Words, "Notice la
Hereby Given That - Troapaaging u Is
Strictly Forbidden On These Premises
Under Penalty Of Prosecution." Price
: 15c esch or two for 25e. Statesman
Publishing Company, - Salem, Oregon.
- . 8 ett
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" ftY
i wording, "Rooms to Rent, price 10
: cents esch: statesman Business yr
j'fice. Ground floor. -.
FOR SALE - OLD NEWSPAPERS, '10
- cents a bundle. Circulation department
Oreron Statesman. -j
FOR SALE Livestock 0
FRED W. LANGE. VETERINARIAN
i Office 430 ,8 Commercial. Phone 198
Res. Phone 1666. 9-m23ti
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTERSON
Phone 2H-W. ,9-dlS
f , SALEM ft1 ARKtiTS -
; Prices Quoted are wholesale and are
prices received by farmers. ; Ro retail
prices are given..
CHAIN AND HAT
No. 1 aolf white wheat $1.46
So. 1 soft red wheat .. ; ..1.39
Oats -'- . . 50 55c
Cfceat' hay. J 1$ 1 3
Ost hay : , , .:..$15
Clover hay.: baled; .. lj tfi'Vlo
Oat and Vetch hay'..., ; .... $i8
PORK. MUTTON AJTD BEEF
Hobs, loo 800 rwt -i i - $9? $10
Hogs. 2-2.50 cwt .............-$8.50(0; $!'0
Hogs. 1'JO lBO cwt .:.....$8f'i ')
Rough heavy ...
Lisht snwj
To vesl ... . -
Dressed veal, top ..-....:...'.
Cows .... ,.
Lambs ..'-!
POULTRY
.... ...Re
7 He
lie
.-..234s
.....9o
Heavy hens
Sprinpera . .
Light hens --:
Di ks
."..: .lc
.lB'20e
... ViritAr,
,.14Ie
t ,.8e
Old roosters
Turkeys, live ;, , ,.lf.32c.
Turkevs. freel ..'.. . 2Tfo;-30c
EGGS, BUTTER, BUTTE UFA T
Creamerv bnt'er . i.".41Q42e
Biterftrs delivered , - 3 c
MiUt. Vr cwt r
Egc -Tcnoeries - .w.....-.:-..52e
ettaniisras .. -....insaus
PtUlstt 36 4i 430.
F.OR SAXB Livestock O
FOR SALE SWISS 8AA.NKX Mll.K
goat. Freshen in March. Good milk
ers, prices - ' reasonable. considering
ouslity, Kinfwood SssBeit Gost Ranch,
West Salem, lit. 2, Box 82A, Salem.
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WOOD .FOR SALE
11
DRY, WOOD OF ALL KINDS FOR Sals.
Phone 254 or 22. '
16-INCH OLD FIR. 4 FOOT OLD . FIR,
second growth osk and . ash. Phone
19F3. M. D. Msyfield. - 11-jtxf
16 INCH BLOCK, WOOD.. $3.73 PER
load; 4 loads $14; Phone 1878-W.
' ll-nl7
FOR SALE DRY SECOND-GROWTH fir
wood, 4 ft. For immediate delivery.
Phone 106. 4-l2tf
, BEST GRADE OF AVOOD "
4 ft. and 16 inch.
Dry or green mill wood.
Dry second -growth fir.
; Dry old fir. ,
, Dry 4 ft. oak and ash.
Prompt delivery and ressonslile price.
FRED. E, WELLS
S80 Sosth Church. Phone 1542. Il-a6tf
16 INCH AND 4 FOOT WOOD OF ALL
kinds. Prices ressonsble, and prompt
delivery. Phone 1958-W. 11-slStf
STOP DON'T BUY .INFERIOR WOODl
Get the best osk and fir; also col.
By phoning 1855. ' T ll-sloti
16 INCH -WOOD FOR NORTH SALEM .
from sew. mill near Deaf school. 5
- loads' 115. Phone 122. - - llot't
WATED--Iimploymcnt , la.
WOMAN' .WANTS DAY WORK. PHONE
. 1849. : ; - - 13-Blii
EMPLOYMENT . WANTED EXPER
ieneed grocery clerk or truck driver.
Write Statesman. 656. 12-nlU
GIRL WANTS COOKING OR HOUfcE
work. Experienced. 1255 6. 12th.
. r 12-n20
YOUNO MAN EXPERIENCED. BOOK
keeper, cashier, clerk and timekeeprr
wants a job where hard work, will bt
appreciated. Best of references. Phone
898 or 1578 W; 260 Center fit. 12-nUtt
EXPERIENCED, STENOGRAPHER Wants
permanent position. . Good references.
Address B993 , Ststemnnan ' 12n?lf
. WANTED JIlscclLancons 13
WANTED CIDER APPLES. NORTH
west Fruit Products Co.. , Trade and
Commercial. Fhone 229. - 13 nIS
WANTED MEN. AND I WOMEN TO
take farm paper subscriptions. A good .
preposition to the right people. Ait
dress the Pacific- Homestead, States-'
Bis Bldg Salem, Or...
WOODRY . TILE , AUCTIONEER BUYS
used furniture for cssh. Phone 511'
13-aprtf
WANTED; MODERN HOME1
' Modern 8 or 9 room home well lo
cated, price $8000 to $10,000. la pay-.
- meet purchaser will turn in modern fivs
room home with three large lots, well
located, price $5000; balance cash. If
your home meets these requirements
add, you. need a smaller home, see ui
todsy. '
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
S75 State Bt. " 13-'nlf .
SnSCELLANEOt'3
It
MARCELLING 05c. 991 JC. C0TTA0H
Phone 1633-J. 14 d5
BOMB 8TICKTHEM. WE WELD THEM.
Electric and' acteylene welding. Heav)
or light. Tanks, boilers, or eastings
Production welding. Automotive tract-
tor and sawmill welding. 849 Ferrv,
Salem. 14-d3
JUDD SAWS WOOD PH0SE H2.
' ' ' - fi 14-nj
AGENTS! WANTED 10
MEN AND WOMEN'. WANTED COME,
and see me at once. I am mskin;
appointments in thia territory. There
la your opportunity , to, . get in touch
with a big money n.aker. I have s
full line . of samples to show. C. P. :
- Brirrs, 2235 N. 4th. Pslem. 16-n19
- HELP WANTED Female 17
Y0UNO WOMAN FOR GENERAL OMirs
work. Give referenda and salary de
aired. Statesman Box 725. 17-al9
LADIES EARN $10 TO $15 WEEKLY
at home in spare time, addressing and
mailing our sheet . misio and. circulat
..letters. Send.23o (silver) for ssmpli
music snd full particulars. Corona Mn
sic Roll Co., 438 Central Park. Rorhe-
' ter, N.- Y. - - - -- - 17-dL'a
LOST SOMETHING tlTND IT1 THONE
a wast ad to The Statesman. Phone 23.
J 2J-mtf
LOST FUR LINED GLOVE ON MYERS
street. Phone 1I5F18. " - ?2-nl8
PKRSONAL
23
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper , published.. . Correspondent, To-
ledo.
onto.
2.1 dH
LOANS
21
$1500 WAXTKD erc. PERFECT FIRST
Mtgs.' Seeurity1,- Halem home.' . -
BECKE HENDRICKS
U. 8. Bank Bldg. 24 n!6tf
IfOXEY TO LOAN OS FARM PROP-
erty. Lswnt rate . obtainabla. Sea
Mr. JtfcCurdy in Homer Smith'a of-
. fica.. Sleeves Mflors Bldg.. 24 s20tf .
;- MONEY TO LOAN
We have $2500 to loan on first ;
mortgage city property, also $4500 t
loan on first mart gage either city or
farm property. REK US TODAY.
W, H. GRABENHORST tt CO.
275 Ststs S.t Phone SIS. 24-nltt ,
REAL ESTATE City 25
Own
Your
Home
$400 CASH. NORTH SALKM 6 ROOM
sous, 18 it. Ckareit riu Good paiat,
partly redecorated. basement, sewer,
water.- lights and phone connections;,
lots of shade and fruit. $2400. Phono
1565R. 23 n23 ;
A LOT $1M) .UNDER ITS REAL VALUE.
The size 4s 60x190 feet. Has side- -wslk
and gravel street. Also besring ,
pesrs, apples, prune trees. A chicken :
house and wired run.. 1'er 10 days this ;
lot can be purchased for $500. It is
directlyacross 24th street from The'
Richmond school. See 3. A. Mills. Z1 Mr
SUte St. x ' ,' 25 nl9
IBest Buys 'and
:J-
- Exchanges'
Are you open to be convinced! Notice .
the properties given in this ad and !
then come in and let us prove to you?
that tbey sre good bars.
00 acre, stock and dairy ranch. fir
buildings, 1,j mile front town, $79'; -terms,
1 I acres. 2 miles from rountrr
town. $1840; $200 cash, balame to
suit. ''
room modern house completely fur
nished, as -good new. priced verv -reasonably.
Let us show you that
property. t
6 room strictly modem home, first
class rondilion, 865 D street. This
must be looked over t be appreciated, 1
priced less thsn rot of construction.
$2250 boys a nice lot in esbt Salem,
terms if dekired.
$a000,'t let on Sstm prAtterty.
Socolofsky, Realtor
841 EtstH SL
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