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THE OREGON STATESSIAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1925
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Deligtrt thyself also in the Lord;
AT thine heart. Psalm 37:3-4. -
I PRAYER: Lord, may our faith
doers of the Word and not hearers
eur desires and satisfy them.
The 1925 session of the Oregon Legislature finally came
to a sine die adjournment last
And the members, worn
last six served without pay,
to go about their several tasks
ies in their various vocations as private citizens j t
And no one should begrudge them a rest from the hectic
rush and the pullings and haulings of the session finished
ast night. - I . -
There will' Be3 many to!
Legislirture heS; become a habit
ieves it is a bad Habit; as he has
But there will be found more, to praise than to condemn,
he writer, believes, " after the smoke . of battle shall have
bleared away and there is time
..And, any way,' there are a
koxx among the 90 members of
for the most partdone the best they could under all the
circumstances. " " ; - I
LThe writer believes practically ajl the people of Salem,
Nvho have seen their work at
n bidding these 90 members good luck and God speed. '"
'I IN RETROSPECT
An ' attendance at the senate
taring its 45 days in session can
OX help form certain conclnsions,
ome of which may te expressed
ublicl nd others , which" may
ast as well be left untold. :..
President . Moser was derated
o. his present position with many
jmlsgivihgs' on "the part' of the
public including the writer hereof.
He, was charged with being 'a
practical politician. , He Is that
but be is a lot more. He felt the
responsibility of, his position,, t,he
dignity of it and made . an un
usually strong presiding office
Tair " tout ' firm. Senator Moser
aas a Very likable man and be
understands the game of politics
from top to bottom. He is a good
man for presiding officer and be
was anxious for the senate to
make the right kind of a record
and he was a great factor in his
leadership In keeping it right.
In the senate Senator Butler of
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the Lord, and do good; so shalt
and He shall give thee the desires
; j f
never falter, and we shall then be
only, and Thou wilt both purify
I ; " .
out after 46 days of work, the
are once more free men; ready
in their different communi-
blame faujt finding with the
in Oregon, y The writer be-
said before. -
for calm retrospection-
lot of the best citizens of Ore-
the two houses, and they have,
close range, would wish to join
The Dalles was the strongest mem
ber. He never used a superfluous
word, never imposed j upon the
senators in any may. j "When he
spoke they listened and knew that
he had concluded something.
Another senator who ran deep
was Senator Corbett ofiMultnomah
countyl As the days advanced it
became more and more a wonder,
how heaver got there from that
county. 'He Is; a different . type
of man from what ' the " practical
politicians are in the habit of send
ing to the senate. ::' He is a royally
good man, devoted to the public
welfare and independent enough
to vote his convictions on all
things. He is a .great senator and
will be heard from later in public
life. 4;. ;;'j:L ;..; .
An unusual member was Sen
ator Joseph also of j Multnomah
county. He was the stormy petrel
of the session. Senator Joseph
never takes himself very seriously
yet he has a program and works
to it with good results and which
has a large Influencehn.. the sen
ate without anybody j knowing it
much. He is Inclined to be spec
tacular and on the printing bill
took occasion to fight the news
papers, to whom he! owes more
than to anything else In the world.
It is a bad. habit some politicians
hare but it hurts them more than
it hurts the newspapers.
' Senator . Miller of. i Josephine
county Is a man who .would be
pretty well up at the. lop of -the
list if this list were running alpha
betically which ft is not. Senator
Only 1 :
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Miller is new in political life bat
he has had thirty years of prep
aration for Just this sort of busi
ness. . He Is a scholar,' a practical
man and has courage. Miller Is
the sort of man who ' ought to
be governor of the state. He can
see both sides of the case but
when he does conclude it is con
eluded and be will fight for his
conclusions. lie made one of the
best records. In the senate.
Senator Ritner might be called
the whip of the machine, i He is
not a speaker but he is the great
est worker lnthe body; It would
be almost impossible to put
through any program without his
aid. He lines the men up, sees
they are there, makes the proper
motions and is a general utility
man in the senate. He is a man
of cool head, clear vision and al
though Inclined to be extremely
conservative, he is a mighty good
senator and a mighty good scout
general. . He is well liked by all
his associated. : " '
Senator Zimmerman is another
senator who was much misrep
resented but who has a heart
greatly devoted to the public wel
fare. He votes wrong sometimes
but always conscientiously. He
never takes a stand and goes
through with it simply because
he has takeri it. He takes a stand
only after deliberation and goes
through with it because he be
lieves in it. .
Senator Upton was presiding of
ficer at the last ' session. He is
strong, clear headed and .knows
exactly what he wants.: He belong
to what is known as the organi
sation but that does not prevent
him being a useful senator.
' Senator Tooze had a hard job.
He didn't have much chance to
make a reputation. - He was -a
plow horse all through-the session.
Few men could have done the
work he did as well as he and
there was not a man in the sen
ate who did it better.
Senator Strayer is quite a man.
Sometimes he. does not think
things through but he means to
do so. Senator Strayer is reac
tionary on education and on mat
ters of taxation which interferes
somewhat with - his usefulness.
Senator Eddy is a handy sen
ator with his ideas and liberal in
their expression. ' He takes an in
terest In every bill presented and
talks upon it but at the same time
he. always has something to say,
always something enlightening.
He is rery deeply impressed with
everything he : undertakes : and
when he speaks his fellow sen
ators know he means every word
of It. v.'. ' -.
Senator. Deals is a new man in
public llfe.-He .- is more of a
worker than he is a display man ;
but he proved that he could dis
play well when he was trying to
push a good bill through. Senator
Deals votes everv vote after he
has himself formed the conclusion.
He never allows any machine or
organization to dominate his rote
but he never hesitates to vote for!
the machine or against it If be
believes he is right.
Senator Dennis did not . take
much part In the proceedings but
he did get things to working in
the quiet hours. He is an ef
fective legislator but he is not
pyrotechnical. He does good work j
and does it well. I :
Senator Hall rarely speaks but
he is always listened to. lie made
a specialty of roads and highways
and he ; got good legislation
through. He does -not know when
he is licked but hevalwaya knows
what he ..wants. J -'. s
Senator- Kinney Is the 'only
woman member of the body. She
takes a woman's conscience and
a woman's intuition and they
nearly always, carry her right.
She has been very ' fortunate in
this session in her measures. She
was unable of course to, go into
the rough and tumble of log roll
ing but she did carry her. meas
ures through. She used her own
methods and got her own results.
Senator Brown of our own
county is quite a man and is
devoted to the interests of the
farmers. He represents the farm
ers more than -he does the city
men but as there were enough
members there representing the
cities any way he was needed.
Sam Brown is a good legislator,
not always right but always ready
to fight for hia -conclusions. He
made a good record. . J
. Senator Hare is a young man
who will be heard from, thorough
ly independent, thoroughly com
petent and makes his own con
clusions. He rotes for or against
the machine just as he sees, fit.
... Senator Johnson Is arfother. sen
ator who is never noisy but who
always gets ; attention. iH Is a
hard worker and a careful legis
lator. ; something - that Is -badly
needed. - " - - j
Senator Banks- is every Inch a
lawyer and takes a lawyer's view
point. ; He comes from Multno
mah county and . represents the
county. He is a great speaker
and hag a clear vision. 't j
Senator Klepper wants to know
the why wherefore of every bill
and generally finds out before he
votes. He weighs the bills and
if a bill is 60 per cent good, he
takes It; If it is under 60 pe cent
good, he does not take it.
Senator Staples had had a lot
of fun in this legislature but a
lot of hard work at the same time.
He has been interested In a large
number: of bills and ' has ha4
Senator Clark Is a painstaking
senator who makes a fair speech
in a logical way. He has the
makings of a strong senator and
in the , next session we will hear
from Clark more than we have
in this one. t
Senator Garland is a democrat,
but you couldn't tell it by his rote.
He always roted for what he be-
liered was right no matter what
the party was. & O j
I Senator Taylor Is careful to be
right always, rather than political.
Senator Dunn did not speak much
and only in the last part of the
session ' was he ' found to be ja
strong senator. Senator Fisk did
not make such display but he did
mighty good work. An6ther sen
ator who came to the front late
but did good work was' Senator
Ala glad ry. Senator Carsner hid"
the interests of the livestock men
at heart and guarded them in
every possible way. Then we had
the inimitable Senator LaFollett.
Mrs. ; E. Willbanks of Forest
Grove visited in the city yesterday.
Dr. P. A. Loar was in Salem
from Silverton Thursday.
Mrs. Frank Platman and daugh
ter, Wilma, visited here from
Falls City. ; . j
Miss Mabel Riddell risited 1 in
Salem Thursday morning.
Mrs. U. Z. Blaser was in Salem
from Independence for awhile yes
terday, f ,
Miss Sophie Kafoury risited in
Portland with relatives during the
lira.: Carey'. Barkus left iortPaio
Alto; ; yesterday'i , where" she Hi : te
remain for some time.' .The, trip
was ikadeon? the Shasta XlmlEcti
Mr. A.. Ashert left for, Los An
geles yesterday.: . .'s
Mrs. J. W. Ransom of Turner,
was In Salem yesterday.-
Ray Smith, local attorney .was
out, of town visitor yetserday. ,
J. O. Brown, local photographer,
will visit Monmouth on business
today. : Mr! Brown has done a
great deal of the photography for
the normal school publication.;...
Fewer marriages would be the
result if all young women looked
like the printed fashion figures.
. Ffti ji J Tin or rtAonla I-
I like they never knew. ;;
-' before . V
I Some of the greatest results In
modern medicine . have come
through treating glands. The
method means a revolution."; In
stead of drugs, we now are using
gland extracts and secretions.
I The : largest ; gland is the liver.
Also the most important. We are
using ox gall. to . 'stimulate' its
functions when inactive. ' And we
are bringing helps, quick and im
pressive, which people never could
gain in the old ways. .
What Torpid Liver Does
I .Torpid liver does more than
cause constipation. The liver sup
plies bile, a quart' bf'bfle'a' day.
And that bile checks intestinal
germs. : ; . ; ; v ;i
: If that bils is scant, germs mul
tiply .by millions. They feed the
blood a constant stream of pois
ons. 'And from that poison come
all the . results you attribute to
Not . only, bad complexions and
dull eyes,, but ; high blood i pres
sure, premature old age. Heart
and kidney, troubles come from
poisons. ; . '-"'"-v.
Almost everyone who reads "this
Buffers fioTA inactive liver in some
way.. - ' H i -
See What Ox Gall Does
Try. this new" treatment tn' Jus
tice to "yourself. ' "Stimulate the
liver with ox gall. Touwfll feel
the 'results in a day; ' And per
haps they, will show yon the way
to new health, new youth. ! Per
haps this new gland treatment is
all you need. . ,
But get real ox galL . It corner
In tablets called Dioxol. ; Each
tablet contains ten drops" Then
yon will quickly realize all that
ox call does.
Remember "the name Dioxol.
There are many ' spurious 4 treat
ments now for glands. Watch for
a few days the wondrous changes
Dioxol brings about. ; Toar whole
future may be changed. . Dr this
at once. : . . :
' Guarantee: Anyone not satisfied with
results from the first box ol Diosol wis ;
retain the empty box -to the makers sad '
rtcelTa bis mosey back. Adv.
Sine die and good bye
: ..r s
teglslatnre .finally a a n g ; J t a
swan song. . - ;
It was a session with many
knotty problems; but history will
show that they did very well under
all the circumstances."
; If you had any doubt about a
poultry boom being on in the
Salem district, that doubt. was dis
pelled by the reading of the Slogan
pages of The Statesman of yes
terday. , .
The idea of Salem outdoing
Petal u ma in the poultry industry
was a dream a few years ago. It
is a dream on the way to coming
true now. I ...
! S -W a
A Salem grouch (married) says
a bachelor sews on his own but
tons, while the married man uses
The trouble seems to be too
much petting before marriage and
not enough afterward.
"I made him what he is" usually
means "I once hired him to make
money for me."
Romance: "He is rich and when
we're married I won't have to
work any more."
What the senate means is that
it doesn't understand all it knows
about the reparations settlement, j
It would be a radical thing to
do, of course, but the way to sup
press the opium traffic is to sup
press it. " . j
"A woman explains in court that
her husband lost her farily and
squarely in a poker game . and,
therefore, could have no further
claim upon her life or morals. It's
a mean husband that would welch
on a poker-game. . ; ,
W ' .
Officer Edwards, who has re
joined the Salem police force as
traffic officer, placed Roderick
Blatchford under arrest yesterday
for traveling 32 miles along State.
Born Is Injuretl
J. E. Born, well known railroad
employe, received minor injuries
CROSS WORD PUZZLE No. 300
Cross Word Puzzle
5T" 5b " T" 54" S3 "" 5"w " 77
' ACROSS ,,,1.! i
; 1 A city in France
. 5 An island of the Mediterran
ean sea .; ''r;;"-v' '
10 A- rounded mass of anything
11 Place ' ' "..
16 One who maes mistakes
19 Sick -
22 Period 6f time
23 Ah Instrument for measuring
26 Bushmen J
28 Deputy! .....
30 A panel
31 Post . 1
33, A nobleman j ,
35 Falsehoods j
36 A "very; thin plate
39 To cut off
40 Game of cards
41 Chief accountant (ab)
42 Fixed allowance
45 Clear ', ' ' ;
48 Parts of anything " '
50 Fragrant oil
52 Barter . . . .
54 An order of plants as eelgrass
5? Jlbrthwestern Dept. of France
59 A baked paste' 1
SO A nickname ' .
61 .Lump i
63 Prefix meaning under
64 Message sent by cable
1Q Aa epoch. :. "
7V Xttin word for a cress
74 A German beer
75 To try : .
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last night when he was knocked
to tbe: ' pavement at State ' and
High by an automobile driven by
W. P. Vrooman. A drizzling rain
obscured "the vision o f "both, par
ties, it is claimed.
Escapes From Farm--
Edward Adams, age 40, light
romplexioned, smooth shaven with
light hair and eyes, wearing over
alls and a soft hat, escaped from
the Cottage farm early last night.
The man is about five feet, .10
inches in height and is considered
Frats Initiate Members-
A report to the police station
caused two officers to be sent to
Nineteenth and Center to investi
gate a man who has been loiter
ing around the filling station at
that point. It proved to be a
student, who had been initiated
into a local fraternity. It Is re
ported that the fellow had to find
certain tombstones in the ceme
tery before he returned to the
Car Reported Stole
A Ford touring car, model of
1921, bearing license No. 102-106,
was reported stolen from Oregon
City last night. The owner is re
ported to be G. S. Keld. .
Dog Guards Car
Frank Bligh appealed to the
Salem police last night to have a
car removed from the front of his
garage. The owner of the car had
left the machine there np to a
late hour with a large dog as
guardian. The growls and snarls
of the' animal, caused Mr. Bligh to
ask police aid. The car was re
moved from the prirate drivewar
Loses Wheel- ; . .
' Misfortune overtook William
Delzell, youthful vendor of news
papers at the Oregon Electric de
pot when his bicycle was stolen
last night. - He had just installed
a' modern spotlight and had re
cently secured a new tire. These
additions had made his wheel in
first-class condition." In comment
ing upon the theft the lad said
he expected to recover the wheel
and find the new equipment miss
MATERIAL TRIBUTE IS
GIVEN TO PRESIDENT
(Continued from paga 1)
you this ring, which bears the em
blem of a fraternity, of which you
1 A river in Italy , .
2 Boy's nickname
3 To make friction . '
4 An island
6 A tall grass -
7 'Contraction for erer
8 Treasurer (ab) . j . .
9 Islands of the Indian ocean
11. A: stumpy protuberance
12 Editor (ab) .
13 A bird
15 A duck s .
17 Mountains between Europe and
18 Repetition - -
20 Article (Fr)
21 Capable, of being split into
27 To grab '
29 Self v
30 "Prefix"" - " ' " "
32 Small island
34 In the air '
35 Kind of tree .
37 Widely ...... . ,
43 To fasten
44 Prefix meaning three times
46 Past tense of eat
47 Asperate , ' '
4 9 Vulgar pretender
60 Scent v
61 Due from one person to an-
other r . -
63 American Institute (ab)
65 Skillful ,
66 A kind of seaweed . - '- -68
60 Exposed ' , " " '
62 Clubs . .
65 Suffix meaning more,.
66 Missis (ab)
68 A form of in prefjx
69 A southern state (ab)
72' Associate of Arts (ab) ;
73 'An eastern state 'abv .
Phone 23- Advertising Dept.
Rata per word:
Tkrea inaertions ,
Money to Loan
-On Real E at ate
T. K. FORD
(Orer Ladd Busk Bank)
BXTOB TOTJ LEA VI YOTJB EOMX
OR CAB HAVX IT
Phone 101. Becka Jk Eaadricks, TJ. S.
Bank Bldg. avZStf
NOTICE - SALEM AUTO WRECKING
Co., now opea for buainass. Get onr
prices before selling; or baying. 402 S.
Church BU Phono 2159. Res. Phone
SCHEELAR AUTO WRECKING CO. Will
buy your old ear. Highest cash pries
paid. 1085 N. Commercial St. l-13tf
Tira proof building, day and sight
asrrieo, $4 per month. 1999 N. Cap
ltoL Texaa garags. 1-J9tf
Opea day sad night. Washing and
Corner Liberty and Terry
FOR WINTER ENCI-OSURES Curtain
work, eic see O. J. Hull, 217 State.
- ' 3-f20tf
PRINTED CARDS. SIZB 14" BY 7".
wording "For Rent.' pries 10 cents
sea. Statesmaa Business Office,, oa
HOUSE AND APARTMENTS PHONE
2fS-J - 4-nl5tf
FOR RENT Apartment 5
APARTMENTS 268 N. COTTAGE. 5atf
FOR RENT WELL FURSfflHKD TWO
room spartments. Close in, . 541 Mill
St. 5 ml
floor, 292 N. Summer.
NICELY FURNISHED 3 ROOM APART
ment. 1133 Court St. 5-f26tf
ATTRACTIVE APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Inquire 1335 State. 5-mS
TWO ROOM, FURNISHED APARTMENT
Call 250 S. Cottage. 5-ml
CHEAP RENT FOR CLEAN TWO ROOM
. furnished apartment. 592 North Sum
mer. " - X 5-f27tf
4 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT
Prirate bsth. 1U47 South Commercial.
Phone 1168J.. , , . 5-flStf
FOR RENT APARTMENTS 891 H.
Commercial. i . --.'
NICELY FURNISHED THREE ROOM
' apartment with bath, 372 North Winter
St. Phone 481-M. - - 5 f28
FOR RENT Rooms - 6
ROOMS FOR RENTt 565 N. HIGH.
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ROOM AND BOARD -Phono
2062-W. . ;
NICE ROOM. CLOSE IN. Thone 585W.
OFFICK ROOMS INQUIRE ROOM 22
Breyman Block. - . 6febl3tf
BOOM FOR RENT MODERN HOME,
threa bloeka from state house, for gen
tleman. Must gira references. - Pleasf
address A. B- car Statesman. 6-ol7lt
PRINTED CARDS, SIZB 14" BY 1A"
wording, "Booms to Rent," price 10
cents eacn. talesmen fastness olliee,
li round floor.
FOR RENT Houses
MODERN FURNISHER HOUSE 375 N
14th. Phone 132R. 7-ml
FOR RENT STRICTLY MODERN 5
room flat 664 Ferry St. $35; also
strictly modern- 7 room house 540 MiU
tit- 4i. .
BECKE 0 HENDRICKS
TJ. 6. Bank Bldg. ' . 7-f22ti
12 ROOM PARTLY FURNISHED houae
With- garare. - block' front ear-- lin- and
achool, $40 a month. 624 N. Capitol.
' - - . ., - - 7.f28
HOUSES FOR RENT THREE TODAY,
$20 to $30. Becko A Hendricks. C. S.
Bank Bldg. - 7-f 20tf
ii.ii a saasacas ess aaaaa
FOR SAIiE MitaceUa-MNnia 8
FOR SALE LARGE IVORY REED Baby
' bnwy. $15. Helen Wieaner, Route 1,
Gerraia, Oregon. . " ; . , 8-ml
berry plant. 157F13.
8ml2 Prune Trees
Large French 4 to 6 ft., 10c; 6 to 8
it. 15c, ltaliana same price. Fruit and
Walnut treea. Phone 1140M. High
and Ferry. Fruitland Noraery. 8-f25tf
are a member."' We wish you. a
long life, and a prosperous one,
and may happiness attend you."
Mrs. Kinney, the only woman
senator, in the assembly, present
ed the coffee service to Mrs. Mo
ser., "It Is you wbo has aided
and helped Mr. Moser to the posi
tion which he holds.- It is you.
who, when things looked dark and
dreary, poured soothing Oils on
the troubled waters. .To you
Mrs: -President we 'wish to pre
sent this tribute. A tribute to a
loyal and helpful wife, to a true
and upright man."
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Ona week (six Insertions)
6ix montha contract, per month 1 e
13 montha' contract, per ont12o
Minimum for any advertieemeat -25a
For Sale MJscellaneuos 8.
FILBERT TREES 2680 CHERRY AVE.
Phono 165S M. ' 8 J27
RECEIPT BOOKSi SIZB 3" by Sis",
50 receipt forms in book. 15 cents per
book or two books for 25 cents: States
man office, 215 South Commercial,
HONEY BEES AND QUEENS PHONK
SF5. " -ml8
Hal a Salsiyard at 281 Court street
at Kennedy's paint shop, opposite Bu-
lick's stora. All kinds of fruit and aut
trees. Dr. Bean's Big French prune a
specialty. - Office phone 1815. Rs,
105JT5. Jess Mathia. Prop. 8-dl4tf
"TOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, It
cents a bundle. Circulation department
Beautiful Oregon Ros
lad elerea ether Oregon songs te
gether with a fine collection of patriotk
songs, sacred songs and many old timt
ALL FOR 2 5e
(Special prices In quantity lota)
Eapecially adaptable for school, eout
i nsunity or ioina singing, Sand. for.
i Western Songster
10 psgea now la it third edition
"' Published By
OREGON TEACHERS MONTH i
Sift 8 Commercial St. Salem. Or.
CUTHBERT RED-RASPBERRY Plants
, Excellent quality. Phone 8F5. 8 ml8
DRAG SAWS CHEAP r-NEW THOMAS
portable 4 h.p., all r metal eonatructioa.
Mounted with two wheels. Wheels Uka
a wbeelborrow. Has pulley for con nee
tion to eroaacut 'saw, churn, separator,
etc Priced complete with blade at
f 80" ssch f.o.b Portland.
-ALASKA JUNK CO.
203 Front, Portland, Oregon.
Will allow $5 credit oa saw if sd
is enclosed with order. 8-ml3
Tresspass Notices, sisa 14 Inches M
9 inches, printed on good 10 onset
eanTsaa bearing the words, "Notice U
Hereby Given That Tresspassing I
Strictly Forbidden On These Premise
Under Penalty Of Prosecution." Prict
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Publishing Company, Salem. ' Oregon,
FOR SALE Ldvesrtock t
10 HEAD SHEEP 15 LAMBS. Bobert
r Cohrin, AumnTille, Ore. 9 f28
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTERSOll
Phono 2028-W. -. 9 d30t
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Office 480 B. Commercial. Fhome 1101
Ros. Phone 66. ... S-m28t4
THREE GRADE MILK COWS Eght
hK Trm.-rlin- .La . TJ ..,.
f Arthur Edward a about mile weat
it 'mniw. 9-f27
WOOD FOR SALE 11
16-INCH "OLD TIR 8ECOND GROWTH
oak and aah. Phone 1VF3. M. D. May
ie,d- . . 11-flStf
LENAKER SAWS WOOD Phone 2097J.
IS INCH BLOCK WOOD $8.75 PEB
load; 4 loada $14. Phona 1879-W. -
GOOD COAL DRY WOOD
HILLMAN FUEL CO.
DRY WOOD, FOUR FOOT AND 18 Inch.
Dry mill wood, $4.75 per load. Phono
WOODSAWING JUDD AND SCHMIDT.
Phono 142. 11-illtl
BESTjQRADE OF WOOD
" 4 ft. and 18 lack. '
Dry mill wood. '
. - Dry and green mill wood-
Dry second growth fir.
Dry and old 1 ir. -
Dry 4 ft. ash. '
". FRED E. WELLS
- Prompt delivery and reasonable price
-uMO South Ohnrch. Ptinne l4t tt-l
WOOD FOR SALE 11
BEST SECOND GROWTH FIB $7; OAH
. 89. Call llCl. . , ll-d37tt
t INCH AND 4 FOOT WOOD OP ALU
kinds. Prices reasonable and prompt
deliery. Phone 1958-W. iVall'f
WANTED Employment 12
WANTED TRACTOR PLOWING OR
any tractor work to do. Some farm
implements for sale. Phono 67f2.
V ANTED Mlscellaneotia IS
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOB
farm loans. Wo hare several applica
tions on hand. Hawkins a Roberta.
Ibc 205 Oreron Bnildinc.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID WE buy
everything. Used furniture, tools, rage,
sscks, old metal aid used eara. Get
our price before you aell. Phone 898,
215 Center St. 13 fl7tf
OASH PAID FOR TALUS TEETH
dental gold, platinum and discarded
jewelry. Hoke Smelting and Refining
Co.. Otsego. Jli-hiran. lS-'27tl
for esaa. Phone ill.
ORANGE PERSION MALE AT Service.
Highland Cattery, 2185 N. 4th Street.
Sqaara Deal Welding Works
849 Ferry Street
, Phone 864
Wo teach electric and acetylene weld
ing. Welder ot 13 years experience as
WE STORE YOUR HOUSEHOLD Goods
or anything yon hare, by tho week,
month, er yeer. ' P. A. Eiker, corner
Liberty and Perry. Phono 121.
HELP WANTED Male 18
WANTED YOUNG MAN ABOUT 18. to
. make , himaelf naeful around repair
: ahop. Address Box 83. care Stetea
POCXTRY AND EGG3 21
FEW LAYING HENS 7 So EACH. Rente
4, Box 14. XL M. Perry. 21f25
RIR HATCHING EGGS BAB T ehlcto
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