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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1924)
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Entered t the Postoffica in. Balem.' Oregon, as aecond-elese matter
i i , BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRATER
Prepared by Radio BIBLE SERVICE Bureau,! Cincinnati, Ohio.
If parents will-have their children memorize the daily Bible aelec
tlons, it will prove a priceless herita-ea to them in after years.-
j i : - Thanksgiving Day' ; , '-.' xA'fX
1 REMEMBER TOUR' BLESSlJiGSr Bless the iJord O my soul and
' all that is within me, bless His holy name. : i 1 .
" Bless the Lord. O my soul and forget not all hi3 benefits.
; ; Who forgiveth all, thine iniquities; who healctjh all thy diseases;
"WTioi redeemeth thy life from destruction; who jcrowneth thee with
loving kindness and tender mercies; - ! '
V yho satlsfieth thy mouth with good things; so that thy youth is
renewed" like, the" eagle's. Psalm 103:1; 5. " ''
PRAYER: Father, may we come into thy presence this day. in a
spirit-, of . genuine thankfulness.'.' Fill bur heart with gratitude for
thy goodness, and for thy wonderful works unto. the children .of men,
and to thy name be all honor and praise now and forever. Amen. 5
RAISE MORE BLACK RASPBERRIES
As has been stated and repeated many times in The
j Statesman, the Salem district has what amounts to a fran
chi&& on black raspberries, because they persist here, and
they run .out every . where else reven in the great Puyallup
and Sumner berry district in -western AVa&hmgtorV---
j :t 'Arid thesame thing" is trufe. for the Salem district of all
I . . the. .cane, fruits ; of the red raspberries; loganberries, Ever
i i" jrreen and other blackberries, and all the' rest. :: They all per-
1 ' si-ftoryearafterfy6ir , .T.-i-Xi ;Jk
j , "Arid hq brie knoys the reason whylrhis is the testimony
of t ha Oregon Agric ultural college experts.. ' :
, The fact of our virtual, franchise on black raspberries was
first told through the columns of. The Statesman five, years
! i ago; the information coming from Hon. W. R. Paulhamus of
j Puyallup, the outstanding figure of the berry industry of the
' state of Washington. " The growers of western. Washington
had experimented and tried in all possible ways to make their
black raspberry vines keep on keeping on; but they were not
successful, andthey could not find the reason why.
The Salem district ought to produce I more raspberries ;
more Cuthbert Reds as well as Munger and Plum Farmer
and other. blacks;, Mr. Paulhamus recommends the Munger.
1 Some of our'tip to date 'growers prefer the Plinii Farmer. r
" t. v The canriers and packers need raspberries to' fill out their
"lines ;" they will need more of them as their canning. opera
tions increaie, as they are sure to increase. "The reasons why
our growers should produce more raspberries are well told in
several of the articles on the Slogan pages of this morning's
paper. .: t T . ' - j :' ' ' 'i-i;"' ' ,;" J I
9t is not likely that the growing of raspberries wiU be over
done herer'There iure good "reasons for -small, plantings ; as
. .. . i ji gainst large ones ; mainly connected with' the probable scar
l city" of ;Iabor; wth'sd , many " fruit s and ;6ther f arm.5crops Jto
harvest in the raspberry picking season, j which is a rather
long one for well cultivated and; favorably located plantings.
" Black: raspberries' have more market outlets than most
-. berries. I : They , are '.needed. y -,the canneris,;f;by , the . barrel
trade and the fresh trade ; and they are a gOod berry in the
dried 'state. Especially are they needed 1 in jelly and jam
manufacturing and in preserving; and there is certain to be
development here in the latter lines. Must be. ",Ought"to be.
To say nothing of a revival of the dehydration process," which
will not remain dormant very -long, because it has a real
place to fill in the preservation of food ; in supplying a dearth
in any one place or season from an abundance in any other
one season or place. ' i ' I
In his first Thanksgiving , proclamation, last year, Presi
dent Coolidge conceded our capacity for the extension of the
gospel of good will. He said : 1 "We will prepare ourselves for
the part we must have in a world which forever heeds the
full measure of service. We have been a most; favored people.
We ought to be a mpstjgenerous people. ' We have been a most
blessed people. .We bught to; be almost thankful people." j 4!
' The events:of .the intervening year have given sanction to
thoste'irords-'"'. .-? ?'-'-."- 7,,:'is"t i. ; f. -.-
Wi haviE prepared rselves for the part of world service,
ana'we have performed, the part, in many, ways. ,4 '' ""
Favored we have been genltpjjs.
' Blessed we have:extended blessing; to stricken Japan, to
starving Armenia, and even to hungry Russia l -;
,,-And we .have been thankful for all our opportunities of
service; for the chance to help Europe out of her tangle; for
the opportunity to guide China in hen distress and her politi
cal tangles, for the chance to help where help has been needed
in any form in any part of the wide world. r
"We are a thankful people," and not the least so because of
our opportunities to make others thankful. 1 It is indeed more
blessed to! give than receive. j - r r '
It is fitting that one day in. the
year -should be given to public
thanksglviaff and praise for the
success that has attended America.
Very - fittingly we observe one day
in the yeait as memorial day for
our dead, j Today is the day of
rejoicing, pf. satisfaction openly
expressed, .America has had a
wonderful year. It has had 4ts
upa : and dpwns, but it has' made
most-, substantial progress. A
year ago now there waa much
business distress In the country.
The reaction has been drastic and
dramatic. Prices are better, peo
ple are faring better and the fu
ture Is' more roseate. ' America
has prosperity now. The farmers
hare had relier, for which every
body Is thankful. The" business
: 'Appljr thickly over throat
r cover vrith hot flannel .
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Except Monday by "h
rrausHiHo coup act
St., Salem, Oregon
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. . Editor
Vaatager Jot Dept.
Interests have felt the invigorat
ing effects of better business con
ditions. The entire population is
more cheerful, more enthusiastic
and more determined than it has
been f o r 'years. - v ; ,
It is great, to be la America.
If Is great ;t feel the , pulsing,
throbbing sensati6n,r of American
inspirational life. It is great just
to live in, this country;. '
As for Oregon, the state f ayored
by nature,; we have had another
great yeari our, greatest .year in
fact. We have been better ad
vertised. Despite the dry -weather
we have raised so many; 'varie
ties of crops that there is abund
ance 'for, all, and Oregon has the
most hopeful outlook It has ever
had the coming? year' promises
hew IndustrlesT new enterprise QjE
various kinds - which; will bring
Oregon still further to the ' front.
and give os the populatton we
- " And "Si fern t Never has Salem
had . so much for. which to . give
thanks.. It has Kid. a" great year
fcinto la t-t Tljjiuksfjrlng and f?tand-
Ing on the threshold of another
year It has every reason to" con
gratulate itself and-feel ; thai all
is well with the world. Salem
has made the most progress the
past year it has ever made., . The
progress has been substantial and
healthy. There Is nothing hectic
about, this city. It Is going to
continue to grow. It is going, to
continue to be a wonderful resi
dent and business city. Those so
fortunate to live in (Salem 1 can
give thanks to God for the privil
ege.. ' 4
The aorthwest states are to be
congratulated upon the delegation
which has gone to attend the In
ternational Exposition in Chicago.
The party consisted of Miss- Helen
Cowgill, assistant state club lead
er of Oregon; Rosina and Frances
Gallatin, members of the prune
bread team from Jackson county
Oregon; Miss, IIe,len Dustin of
Portland, winner of the Montgom
ery Ward scholarship, represent
ing Oregon; the same winner from
Washington, Miss Elvira Lathioen
of Aberdeen, who makes the trip
from ' that state. At Pendleton
the party waa joined by Walter
Thom of Ritsville, Wash., who won
the Armour prize in the pig club
work from his state. Then there
Was the, boy rfromJ Idaho and the
girl from Idaho who also joined
the party but' whose names were
not given in the official list. 1:1
The girls putting on the .prune
bread demonstration will'-; give
three, demonstrations. These are
ft o uncompetitive demonstrations
and are being put on to advertise
Oregon prates. " The e&pnses of
thes ptUuu ;rea ieam ire partly
paid by the club congress at Chi
cago and partly by the marketing
committee of the Portland cham
ber of commerce, ; the prune I ex
change of the state, the' Kiwanis
clubs of Jackson county, together
with business firms of that same
county. - ..'i "I ' '
Helen Dustin, who won the
Montgomery -'Ward trip from Ore
gon, has been in club work- for
six years. Thl3 past year she car
ried six projects, and led a club
of sewing girls. She won first at
the state fair on her canning, sec
ond on home making, and canning
budget exhibit, and fifth on her
camp cookery project.! In ,1923
she scored 100 on her canning
work and received one of the gold
watches offered ' by . the Bankers
association of Mario.n county. This
watch was presented , to her by
Governor "Pierced ' . i i
' Miss Rosina and Frances Gallla
fin of Jackson ' county .have been
In-'cluh work "for two years handl
ing the cookery and sewing ,work
Rosina' this year won first in Jack
son county on the home beautifi-
catloh project. Frances was ; to
the Ashland stook judging team in
1924 which won first place at the
state fair that year. Rosina won
first at OAG In the bread baking
contest, at the club summer school
in competition with 192 girls.
The Portland rose festival now
In progress is ' a mighty fine ad
vertisement for Oregon. The fact
of the case is that we have lots
of roses in Salem now, and will
have them up to Christmas. They
are a source of continual surprise
and pleasufe for' those who come
here, and a good deal of satisfac
tion to our own people, who enjoy
them each year. - ,i . : - .; , .
1 BITS FOR BREAKFAST I
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Thankful Thanksgiving tyo
; And t many thatoktul returns.
Grow more black raspberries.
Red ones too, but especially the
blacks,, because they are needed
Also because we have what
amounts to a franchise on r the
blacks, for the vines persist here,
and no where else in this country.
They keep on keeping on.
There were more, subscribers to
the Miles spinning mill company
stock yesterday. How many more
could not be learned at the . hour
of the writing of this paragraph.
But it is all going to be, taken.
Then some ot you will be sorry
you did not speak up Quickly, if
yon -would like to be a pioneer
owner of the first linen ..mill - in
Salem, which may grow into a
great institution covering acres
and employing thousands of peo
ple: 'likely will, in time. That is
the history of such institutions in
the r older countries. ; The first
owners become millionaires, and
their honored names are passed
on to posterity.
' Salem is building one new home
every working day now. Erected
256 the first. ten months of the
present year.' Will be building a
couple a day. Including Sundays,
before very long.
There is a rumor that a sugar
factory for. Salem will be I seen
coming down the pike before long
Our people must grab; it.
would be a sweet morsel to begin
the 1925 building activities with.
Milwaukee man has driven one
car almost 30,000 miles. -Parking
space must be scarce in Mil
waukee. ; . f. .
(Coatlnned from paf 5)
Build in;; Permit -'; ;
A building permit .was Issued
Wednesday to II. ,11. Harms to
erect a one and one-half Btory
dwelling at 1910- North Summer
at an estimated cost of $3800. .
Cole! "8M Stolen ;
No clews have been found, by
the police concerning the theft and J
wrecking or a cole 8 automo
bile stolen from C. Wisdom, a res
ident of the Laurel hotel. The
car was stolen from the vicinity
of Ilines and Lee streets and
wrecked on the Jefferson road
nine miles south of Salem. ;-.
Last Day to File
The last "day in which school
clerks may file their budgets and
census returns for their-respective
districts, with the assessor and
county clerk is Saturday. , Many
of the reports have not been turn
ed in and unless they are not re
ported In by Saturday some of the
school funds may go unused..
Goal Nearly Reached
A total of $56,000 has been se
cured, by . solicitors for the - new
Presbyterian church building cam
paign. They are, consequently
very optimistic and it Is" expected
that the goal of. $75,000 will soon
be reached. Twenty-five members
of the soliciting committee were
present when plans were discuss
ed for bringing the total up to
$125,000 during a series .of drives,
which are to terminate Thanks
giving day of each year. . The next
report of the workers will be made
December 3. ; . r,"'f :''' "
Nurse Undereoeis Operatloi
Miss Gertrude Stephens, a stu
dent nurse at the Salem hospital
underwent an operation yesterday
and is progressing, as; wellas ojukt
; "Doora of WjQlamtte university
closed at . noon today. "' for " the
Thanksgiving J holidays. Instruco
tlonu, wUl be resumed next Mon
day ' Great numbers .of Willam
ette students left today for their
various homes, f" Those : who re
main in Salem over the week-end
will be entertained at a "jolly-up"
to be "held, Friday evening." Rich
ard Briggs is in charge of the en
tertainment. ' ,
Fifteenth Year For Blight -
Frank Bligh will treat the pris
oners at the penitentiary to a show
today, beginning at 10 . o clock.
This is the fifteenth year that Mr
Bligh has given the men at that
institution a, theatrical entertain
ment. -JIt would not seem "like
Thanksgiving out at the east end
of State street without Mr. mignT
being present with his entertain
ers. Today It will -be the .Hick
man Bessey stock company, ' giv
ing a : complete, show. , Oh, s yes,
Cooke Patton will be along to,add
some turns - to the entertainment.
Caravan to Com llere
A Shrine . delegation will, form
a caravan at Eugene early Satur
day morning for ft pilgrimage
tae Dig.-iornaua &arin- oereuxodc
ial to be held Saturday night. The
caravan .will ' stop at -.Corvallts
where Shriners will poln the group
and from whence they will journey
to iSalem. - Here they will have
luncheon. .. (Atrangements ; hare,
been made for about 150 persons
at the Gray Belle for luncheon,
which will- be served at 1 o'clocH.
At Salem the? caravan will be 111 J
creased in number by several 6a
lem nobles, who are planning on
attending the big ceremonial.
Other Shriners from Lebanoh,
Harrisburg and Junction City are
expected in the caravan. -
Many Newspapers Reached -
-All newspapers In the 4 8 states
of the United ; States of America
are being reached by letters which
have been sent out' by Cpl. -jB. Ho
fer, president -of the Oregoii Hu
mane society. Colonel Hofer is
personally directing a campaign
for the enactment of a law which
will make it a criminal act- to
carry dogs xtn the running boards
of "automobiles without proper
guards. - It is hoped that a similar
law will be passed in every state
qf the union, making it -a crime
to transporrdogsln automobiles
without carriers provided for
them. '' rfstrs-' iwsarc- .
K. O. Club Banquets
The K. O. club . of the Salem
high school banqueted at the Spa
Tuesday night with 35 members
and their friends being present.
Many Co-Eds Leave : '
1 About 50 co-eds of Willamette
university have' left for their
homes or visit with friends over
Cannot Exist in th Human Body If Ton
Will Us Trnnls'a Prescription :.
-It is shame to suffer with inflamma
tory, mu.cular, aciatic, neuritic . or any
form of Rheumatism.
This Preaoription doe not ruin the
Ktomarh', it does not depreaa the. heart.
Kat nit the Kent and food food you wish
while taking Trunk's Prescription.- -Cob
tains no nercory, salicylate soda, oil win
tergreen or narroticn, bat positively over
comes any kind of rheumatism or gont on
earth: What more do yon wsntt There
is nothing just as rood, and it is Impos
sible to get. something better.-.; The great
est' uric- acid solvent known and also a
superior liver medicine.
Trunk's Prescription sells for tl'.T5 at
Terry's Drug Store, 115 S. Commercial
the, Thanksgiving., holiday. .About
30 girls remained In Salem and
many of.-them have been invited
to the homes of Salem people for
Thanksgiving dinner, i
Leaves for Hearing i
W.' P. Ellis, attorney, and Hal
P. ; Wiggins, rate expert, will rep
resent the public . service commis
sion of Oregon in the Ogden grain
rate case which opens ' before an
investigator of the Interstate com
merce 1 commission In Ogden,
Utah,-Dec. 1., The Oregon repre
sentatives will be concerned main
ly with protecting the interesta of
Oregon In the Columbia' basin rate
situation. Rates from the middle
western territory to the coast are
involved in the hearing;
Sees Big Game ! ,
Wayne Eigne, former student of
Salem high school, just returned
from San Francisco where he wit
nessed the University f Califor
nia and Stanford university, game.
While there he visited with many
ex-Salemite residents and reports
having a. fine'tlme. ,
Radio Inspector Here ;
II. Di Hayes, radio inspector of
Seattle,; will conduct examinations
for all grades of operators in the
civil service rooms . at the Salem
postoffice at 8:30 a. m. Friday,
Nov. 28. Anyone desiring ad
ditional Information may tele
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Thanksgiving Services will be.
lKfJ" ,m - LTi -
ed choir will sing the service,
which will be the Holy Eucharist,
by Harker. - The anthem will be
"Praise Ye the Father,- by Gou
nod. The hour has been set early
so that more time may be given
to those who desire to be at home
or. elsewhere earlier in the day.
AH invited to this service.
Legion Postpones Meeting '
Because of .the annual .Cuerrian
show falling on the regular meet
ing night 6f the' American Legion
next Monday the meeting has been
postponed' until Dec, S,j slccqxHus
to word - being sent out by .3arl
D.! Gabrielson, commander. "'The
election of officers for the coming
year will.be the main business of
the next meeting of. Capital post
No.. 9. . -
Barbers. Visit Eusene i
With 20 charter members, Bar
bers local No. 873, .was. installed
in Eugene this week. The organ
ization was perfected by .T. M.
Newberry and P. W. JInbbard of
the Salem local. The new local
will meet the third Tuesday of the
month. ; it. ,
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Revival Meetings J, , -;.-'..,..
Are In progress at South Salem
Friends 'church each night : this
week at 7:30. You are Invited to
come. Ihe pastors are In charge.
Good interest is being shown.
Salem ,Boy "Wins ; .' ;
: u j. uummings or jsaiem is me
crack shot for" the cavalry in the
Inter-unit rifle shoot among the
members of the ROTC at' Oregon
Agricultural college, : He shot the
best target from a prone, position,
making 50 out of a possible 50.
Chamber of Commerce Ope
The Salem Chamber of Com
merce will remain open during
Thanksgiving day as usual and
will be open from 8 o'clock in the
morning until 10 o'clock at night.
Prepare to Move V j , . -i
Preliminary work for the oc
cupancy of the senate and house
of representative, departments of
the state house is well under way,
the partitions in these two cham-t
m- - f
bers being removed Wednesday.
Under orders o Sam A. Kozer,
secretary of state, the present
quarters must be vacated by De
cember l m order that everything
may be in readiness for the legis
latureA which - convenes shortly af
ter the first of the year.
YJ1CA Open Today
The Salem YMCA will be open
during part of Thanksgiving day.
In the morning the. doors will be
open for general and regular acti
vities from 7 to 10 o'clock and
from ; 4 to 7 o'clock in the after
noon. Radio Licenses
Examinations for all grades of
amateur radio licenses will be held
in the civil service rooms of the
post office building Friday morn
ing, November 28, at 8:30, o'clock.
H. D. Hayes, radio Inspector for
this district, with headquarters in
Seattle, will supervise the exam
inations nad expects a large num
ber of the local' enthusiasts, to be
present. '..'.-, n . : ,
Hoi Ida y Travel , Fal
The holiday traffic on the-passenger
lines. running to and from
Salem carry the usual number ot
people who travel to nearby points
for Thanksgiving vacation. There
is not an unusual large number of
tickets sold by the. public-service
Police Court Activities
O. Rawles, B. II. Maples, and
Mr. Wagenblast' forfeited- bail
money which they , had given to
paid a $5 fine when he ,
before the judge. The case against
J. Poulin ' for speeding was dis
missed. Licenses Issue! - ;
Those receiving ; marriage li
censes jfrom the, county clerk
Wednesday were: C. A." Kistow,
22, a salesmah, and' : Louise E.
Grochow, 21 of .170 North Twenty-fourth;
Giles Wagaer,' 24, of
Stayton, , and - Blanch, .'.Lough; 17,
of Mehama; Frederick, M. La wton,
33; a.- ednstruction " engineer of
San Francisco, and,.M3,tIe M.
Ketcheson, Salem ; Dewey-R.' A'
len, 27, a mechanic living in Sil
verton, hnd Ruth 'Anderson, 22,
1253 North Eighteenth. - ,
i Edith Haverson is ' to spend
Thanksgiving with the James
Haverson family at Central How
ell ; . - s . . ,v:
I 'llr. and Mrs. L. F. Hofer of San
Francisco are visiting with Mr.
Hofer's parents. Col. and Mrs. E.
Hofer. Mr. Hofer is San Francis
co manager of the manufacturer
and Industrial news service which
is published in' Salem.
Emery Dif fenbodk. senior In me
mechanical engineering at OAC is
visiting with" his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dief fenbock, 2285 : North
Fourth during the Thanksgiving
vacation. Emery is a member of
the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity
and president of the American
Students Mechanical Engineering
. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson
of "Warrenton, Or., are - visiting
with Mr. "and . Mrs. P. : L. Frailer.
C. A. Suing, of the Bank of
DRIED RIGHT IIP
r ' WITH SULPHUR
i Any breaking put of the skin,
even fiery, itching eczema, can be
quickly overcome by applying a
little Mentho-Sulphur, says a
noted skin specialist. Because of
its germ destroying properties,
this sulphur preparation instantly
brings ease trcm skin irritation,
soothes and heals the eczema right
up and leaves the skin clear and
i Jt seldom fails to relieve the tor
ment and disfigurement. Suffer
ers from skin trouble should get
a little jar of Rowles - Mentho
Sulphur f rom ' any : good druggist
and use it like a cold eream
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HpHE wonderful new Radiola Superhetrodynes that operate
I " 1 without any,wires attached, are very much in demand this
fall. In order to be sure of getting that Radiola you have been
dreaming about, put your order in now. This modern miracle
of radio will bring you 365 days of holiday festivities. ;
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Other Radio Gif te That Delight Are
Ampflier Batteries : ,-.
Speaker Set of Tubes
Mead-phones Speaker Cabinets
Get your orders in early and be assured of your JXmas gift.
SALEM ELECTRIC CO.
f. S. Barton. Prop.
Masonic Temple. . Phone 1200.
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f. W H ,r': Jf.
jTXT A 4T1C1TT7ITT71TV CITTlim-T
. Phone 3 Advertisins Dept.
, CLxSSiriXD ADVEKTISEiLEJiTa
- Bate per word:
Money to Loan
On BesI Estate
T. K. FO&O
(Over Ladd A Bask Bank)
BErOKB TOtT LEAVE YOTTK HOlCS
OB CAK HAVE IT
Phone 181. Beck Hendricks, XT'. S.
'Bank Bldg. . . a-28tf
AUTO TOPS SIDE CURTAINS PUT
: en door rods. Prepare now for a rainy
day. Call and see O. J. Ball, at his
new location, 219 State St. 8-a29tf
" FARM FOB REST
160 acres. 100 under cultivation.
Sunny side district. Cash or' share ba
sis. A. C BOHRXSTEDT
147 No. Com'l St., Salem, Oregon.
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS FOR rent.
Phone 559 or evenings 1563-M. 4-d20
FOB RENT STORE ROOM ON STATE
. street. See , J.H. La u terms n. Hotel
Argo. . 4-n20tf
HOU8B ANP APARTMENTS, PHONE
2056-J. , v , 4 n!5tf
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE id"" BT 7H",
; wording: "For JteBt,. 'price 10 cents
each. Statesman Business, JDfij.ee, on
FOB JtENT-raxtments :. 5 '
2 AND 4 ROOM UNFURNISHED Apirt
ments f7 and f 12. i inelading i phone,
light and water.- Phone 106.-5-i2I
APARTMENT 288 Jf. COTTAGE 5-ntf
THREE ROOK IURNISHED
aaent, -. S92 N. Bummer.
MODERN S BOOM APT. AND ELEEP
iag porch. S22.60. 715 South 12th St.
FOK RENT APARTMENTS ;
FOB RENT Booms
rOR RENT TWO SLEEPING BOOMS
with private entrance close in. Private
lavratory. 250 N. Cottage. 6-0 2 3
BOOM FOB BENT MODEBN HOME,
three bloeks from state house, for gen
tleman. Must give references. " Pleas
address A. B., car Statesman. 8-ol7tf
BOOMS TO BENT CALL 2044-W.
FOR RENT Hcmsea
FOR BENT A GOOD 7 BOOM HOUSE,
lull basement,' close in. WiU give pos
session Dec 4th. For -terms see Mr.
: Ivan Martin, Masonic Temple. ' 7-d3
FOR BENT 5 . BOOM HOUSE Located
. 1057 8. ,18th,. .See Kletaing at State s-
olfice or Jnone S3 4. inzati.
HOUSES TO BENT AND APARTMENTS
See Wm. Fleming, 341 State St. 7-nl5tX
FOR BENT FIVE BOOM HOUSE Well
-located. 822.50. - -
" Sir room furnished, clot in 835.
Six room house 820.
F. Li WOOD ' "
841 State St. - 7-n21tt
Commerce, is visiting" -with Mr.
and Mrs. " F. M. . Gooding at, Eu
gene for. Thanksgiving.
Leo Spitzbart from near Dallas
will spend the Thanksgiving ' day
with friends near Mill City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. "W. Fawk, of
South High, left for San Fran
cisco Wednesday morning.
Mrs. C. E. Moyer of Roseburg
visited her daughter, Esther Moy
er at Willamette university Wed
nesday morning. In the afternoon
they journeyed to Portland where
they will spend the Thanksgiving-
day and part of the week-end. .
Erma Taylor, junior student at
Willamette university, is spending
the week-end and .Thanksgiving
day with relatives at Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal D. Patton are
to spend Thanksgiving day and
the week-end in Portland ; where
Mr. Patton .will attend n.; Shrine
ceremonial Saturday night.'
vvV V -
.One week (tlx Insertions)
One month, '
61a months' contract, per i.- -,nth."
12 months' contract, per r'"i
Minimum for any adverti t '
WANTED To Kent T
WANTING TO RENT A SMALL, -JW
or flat. P. L. Thomas, X-ioct .
WANT TO RKNT MODFIX
lot" furnished honse, wi;a tT
dress No. bJl, care gtate-xa.
. FOB &ijli--:.iiscc::-:
FOUR ROOM BU.NUAW.7, 320
14th 'fit. Inquire fcuu:a 1.
FOB SALE CI I RAP STRAY,;
plants. 121 kind. Help j.j
20c per hundred. -Thnn are ! '
ing plants. Over
Bank BUg. Phone 1718.
150 HOLLYWOOD ft LLr r S S I .
for lot, this week. j-cJ,
Rt. Saiem. jre.
PETLAND OFF?;':. -3 FC" X '
S5-f lO ; Airdale ri i
les 20-25; Buiis 410-40;
BIRDS Psnsma Psrroti. y-ii
Yonng and Ta:x?rs .- . i; .
berg Holier, (ijisrjarti)
with a college tuiicstwii"
Birds gra) pair ' 4U.IO.
Petlsnd, htore 27 J StaUi, isna,
FOB SALE CLD : 1PAT
.cents a bundle. Clrcu ,a c
' Oregon Statesman.
TOBACCO, CJ I X WI- 1 1
- ing 10. b. Sl-Svi 1
fruit and 'nut trees,'5 C;
ornamentals,' sirnur ' D :
Complete .s.srtmo nt. Cc r
make yoar oki t- -t:"r.. i
,Kuxsery Co'. 10a X.iLptL j. .
".t'f f V T r- .
has all kinds of nnrserr stock for r 'a
6 miles ont on Silvertcn highway, i.ua'.i
J. J. Z.lnthb, Prcr-
S - ZS
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PCCl
swings t a bargain. 1757 Waller M
" 8-jne o4
FOB SALE BALED
y f A- ?
' Tresspass Noilcea. sise 14 Inches l
Inches, printed on good 10 ounrs
canvass bearing the words, "Notice Is
Hereby Given That T-rpsf'-r Is
Strictly Forhidda On - t se . '
Under Penalty Oi Prose -u won. t
15c each or two for ! ;s. f" i
Publishing Company,'" i.aiea, c.- "i.
PBINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" E7 7i3"
i wording. "Rooms to dentil price 1 "
cents each. Statesman Business Ci
' fiee. Ground floor.
Beautiful Orecn Re:
And eleven other reron soegt y
. gather with tine collection of pat- -ie
songs, sacred songs and many .
V ALL FOB. 25c . 7
(8pelal prices in quantity lots)
EsnecUUy Adaptable Jor schooL c
Buunjty- r noma, aingmg. . Sand fa
J Western Sonst c r
TO pages aow In ita thir si ediiloa
; PubUshed by
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
815 B. Commercial fit Caltm. Cr.
FOR SALE GOOD TEAM, TRUE A"D
soand; wagon and harness; also r 1
cow and dosea kens. Phone t I.
' ' ' -' 8-i .f
300 MOTORCYCLE FOR S35. V
:. ride a wheel - F. L. Coffin, F
Be . ; " -.- ; '" ' : T-8-c "
apples free prom vor.na
rer box; two- boxes t.S0; tiree be I
UO; four boxes $2.20; er six br i
for S3. Phone 7F13. - fr -
TOT SAIJ-Uvestoclc V
FOR SALE PIGS. PHONE 105F11.
FOB SALE PUREBRED JERSEY ECLL
calf. A. A. Taylor, Bonte 2, Box 79-A.
Salem. ' g.. .7
THOROUGHBRED AIRDALE PUPFI t.
5 and 10. Phono 17&1-W3. -i it
FRED W. LANGE, VETEBIN ARIA "
Office 430 S. Commercial. Phone 1 ?
-Bea. Phone 1666. S-m..,.
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTER c .
Phone 202 8-W. P ! ?
WOOD FOR &A1X2
FOR SALE 1 TO 400 CORD3 GO 0T
fir and oak 16 in. and 4 ft. C, eire
- Statesman. ll-t-9
Id INCH BLOCK "WOOD S3.75 Per Lr-. !.
4 loada S14. Phone 183-W, li t 21
WOOD SHORT LENGTHS OR 4 T.
COAL, best qnsliy front 12.75 per - a
up. Oregon, UUh, or Rook fpr! .
Prompt delivery. Phone 1855. 11-n. if
10-INCH OLD FIB, 4 FOOT OLD I
. seeond growth oak and ash. P.-
18F3. if. V. Kajfield. 11,
FOB SALE DBY SECOND-GROWTH I t
wood, 4 ft. For immediate delivers.
Phone 106. . 4-f
BEST GRADE OF VCZO
4 ft. and 16 inch.
Dry or green mill wood.
Dry second growth, fir.
Dry eld fir.
Dry 4 ft. oak and ath.
Prompt delivery acH rn!"nsl:! r?-
FRED E. WELL.4
S80 Seutk Church. Phone 1542. 11-"
16 INCH AND 4 FOOT WOOD OF ALL k
-kinds. Prn-ea resjnaMi and prt-
. WANTED Employment 13
MECHANIC WANTS POSITION T TT
"ing car or truck, nr din? meu- 1
work. 59 N. 12th St. CaU cr wr .
EXPERIENCED ETSNO 1A .
.permanent position. Good re