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AN. SALEU, OREGON
tuesbav hohning, hahcii io;i92o
not. la compelon, with. frea. la-J
bor and. It may get by for good
' . : Issued Daily F.ieipt Monday by ;--HS.
BTXTXSilAS PETELXSHISa COEPAJCY
15 Sealo. CouuMitl St Salens, Orgaa :
B. J. Hendricks
John L. Brady
' ' ; ' ' MMHEB Or TUB
dlapatfhea enxiitod to it r uot othrrl
Thomas P, Clark Co- Now yTk. l4i.lA
TELEPHONES: . ,i
23 or 683 CirenlatSaa Of fieo
j Nwa lepartuient
Entered t the . Pos (of fie- ia- Salem, Orrgon, a MMaJ-eliu natter
Pimand bv Radm BIBLR SKRVTCE ) OiiMlu ntI
If panatl will haTO thalr ebHdroa meawrna tM 4ity Sttblo lrrtfm. it- viU mot
y imiiia srriuf p
LOVE DEFRAUDS N0T;-Owe
another. Thou, snait not steal.
love thy neighbor as thyself. Ilomans 13:g. 9.
prayer: r ' v:
"O lore Divine, ho sweet Thou art
; " Thea: shal I. find wy willing heart ,
- " . - All-t-aJtn uo with Thee?
I thirst and faln,t and dlo to. prove
; The greataer etj redeeming love
' . ! The love of Christ to me."
NOT HIGHEST piUSON POPULATION
Several Orrart. llCWST)3irerH
days published the statement
had the highest popu4tidi in
Which was not true.
The number of prisoners
number was 566, in 191G.
Included in trie 517 are.
prisoners and eight fedtraL; the
forlhe lcieeTvof thelatrr. "J
-The high population of the
unexpected.;-, warden Ualrymple ased lor a budget- based
on an avera'cre' population of 525. That number will likely be
reached within a few weeks;
ck tuic ixic .wiutwr MiB iwue ox me laresc unem- the ,ast chapter of which Is dls
ployment, and the devil finds, mischief for idle hands to do.Uiosed in. the news columns this
J. his is true in. or out of prison.
There are some other mistakes in the current published
statrhpnts rnnrM-tiiW 'tli rrnwfaA ivmrfitmir n th nnw
fiai-ir T?rw nHa.tiar
are kept in one cell., r This is
mere arena cells at the. prison
(It is obvious, however, to experienced prison men. that cells
shniiM Viavp oitViof nnlv rvna iinnl- nv tv.-oQ hiinw r.Mromhiir
it r-. : .
.There are ome cells at
mat are not lit for: men to sleep in;, some of them on the
Thpf-o fc! nrtthirtV t fii "eVanTmmf Tto4- wt.;wt.- t,Ql
increased the Oregon prison population. The fact is, it de
creased it. vThere were only
the number of men has- fo long time run around 350, which
is very lowfor a state with the
SnmA-nf iW ncMnu nf
crrw4K rtf'nnw AAWkl
prisoners m ine vregon penitentiary, in tne days Deiore
tiwninifi twV a'v. 11 a Vam1 A f
jjiujuuiuyu, w iicn uiiu pupuiuLiuu oi our state was not more J
than half what it is riOW.
Thprft flfA jvtTno fw.tlort
...vip.koym tuuu iwjjuia.iuil,
uj. uw can in any otner way oe
great deal of the increase can.
tonditions following the war. ; A lot. of young meri who were
UDrooted from former privirfttirnpntq Viovo novo. Kuwmmo
. Aia.iiiUJi)iisio lAbUbU 1
. There, ia a movement on
m California to secure a license, j :
TAnA ia the '-application for a Kcense he would be asked
to show for whom he was working, what helwarited and how
much lie was being paid. : After this information had been
u.yujuiwi, .yit t.uu vttpiim iuei;i;. vruuiun t. ue mucn mystery I
.... - - -- .4V4v. aii
"VhiIe thememfiers of the third house e being
rounded np and catalogued they "might as well be re
. quired to wear their license number: on their hats
and blow a horn on approaching a legislator. Pos-.
--sibly It iiiight be well to insist that every; lobbyist
should wear "a brass collalr around his neck to which'
f a four-potmd bell should be affixed.. Then the solons
could quietly disappear when- they heard one on the
'highway, ' : ; . .; -' j;;-
- ,"The lobby has. ever 'been, the source of much
scandal at Sacramento. There are himdreds of per- .
sons who hang around the capital and make a living
V put "of their traf fie VithUhe legislators; This, may
" v?hoUy innocent at times but as at general proposi- ."
tion the lobby is an anomalous body whose influence k .
is not for the general good. It would be. better. if .the J
lobby could be done away with and . nflu)ence, ' be
epresented by. written plea or public protest." ?
We have the same nuisance
the Legislature. But we will
W1I1 not be possible ever to tatr
ition would come up. as to when any one interested in publicly
affairs became a lobbyist; when he ceased to be merely a
iMvH, vuu,w out uiwaumeu
ORK FOR PRISONERS
tT - - .... - 1 " - .
"The flax Industry may helD tbe
Oregon . prisoners to- secure em
ployment. The fear of coming in
comptitidnwith ; free labor has
prevented i prisoners from, "being
tusy ,::,i nii:r?'taiia'w:-:Ttl3 is
rUL'o. jrlsoiaraf&a :Tf6ll-'as
Z7 .fcr '
Maaagsr Job Dept.
4-tdtA in' .til. uti,. k. i..i
Vm SGt SL, Chicago. Marquetts Bulla-
.Hoerety editor .
to inrnn in. alter yeara., - i .
no man' any thing, but to love onelcan not be perpetuated because it
Tboa. halt etrt covet. I Tfeo hait
have , in the past COUpIe OI
that the Oregon penitentiary
yesterday was 51 jThe record f
; i- ;
ten women; two of them stater;!
flrovernment payin the. state
; - . ' ) 1 r ' '
- Oregon penitentiary was not
But the population will then no
; ' 1W - V,i
tu-i! it-. v.... j
not and never has been true,
having more than two bunks,
, j f t . I
the prison being occupied now
: ; J j ' i
397 mea on Jan.. 1,1 1921; andjtwnrarbeatto leara fawrbu
population of Oreeon. '.
puuiauwu,, ire iu auuui as uiauy
f . a j . I
u.'u uiuviuautid uuiviiK
vul VC4V 111, tit: vi lUc XrUWin I
axtriouted to proniDition. A
be attributed to the unsettled
foot to require every lobbyist
una buuuciiuu i.iiq xjva rtijcica
, i ;
in Salem duximr session of
always have lobbyists. And it
them or,he!lthpm ITriAnna-Ito'conduct
wito. a loooyisfav j , -.,J,..j.;;r.A.
vided, the Da goings to . thejlam
lly and the labor being done by
prisoners. ; ;.. I j : f ! -1 .' ; ;,. -'
Organized ; .labor ' has opposed
this because it was enforced com
petltion -which ia true. The busi
ness : men generally isapport" the
labor unions jta r ttlsct tlsre
tattst. b. something thath prji-"
caers can do." Our new flax btTsi-m-3i
promises wtlU- Co-fir-1: Is
t Secretary Hoover t fostering
govermment commission to InTea -
tigate the output of enforced eora -
netittnn nnrt tf ff Mt nn munn.
I la&iuicu Biertuanuiw. . t lie COIU-
mitte will start tha vnrt In n
short time.' Upoa the report of
(that rommlttAa murh ripr.An.ia Tf
, c 3v (.9 IV ' laiUf (Ul, OUWCrU!",,',Vtt .w ems.., UMU ,w
idleness, it will be a bad day for
Yet every one
gPp. wa'Mn-'anf hT. IfiiUftorfrnt:
nate manufacturing in the ' pris-
A way must be found to
keep, prison labor employed "pro-1
ductlvely aad in, a beneficial, way.
It la s dreadful economic waste
aad naturally a burden oa society I
to maintain prisoners in idleness
and It la productive of ricions ten
dencies which assert- themselres
after liberation, ' That . condition
l is both, morallv and economicailv
unsound and socially it la a. en-
ace to the country. Yet what are
we to do?- :, ;;.V ,. ;. i Z
The national chamber-of corn
roercfr 1 suportieg this investiga-
tion declares that large corpora- j
t Ion haye grown up through con -
tractlng for prison labor at low
rates and escaping 'most at th
overhead Incident to private ' in-
duitry. This new Investigation is
rolng to put the matter right j
I squarely before the public aad a
way mast be devised to protect
f ha. nnMU M wall- fl a aapiirw. thm In.
bor for the orisonera.- TUe rs-
eiit situation intolerable.
the beasox wny
moatnjr.aEO to My ta4.t u a
uc reception hA was ; Introduced
to Governor Pierce three times
nd the govemor did not remem-
him. Hw tneught the matter
a jest, bnt thereto hangs a tale.
while Governor Pierce has been
keeping-a brav front, a cheerful
uu a K sraue- oacK-
al. , -fc-- Ko o- ool.tl.9
heart because for the two veara
he has been goyemor Ms wife has ;
been slowly dying, not by inches,
nt by almost infinitesimal
amounts. While he has been at
duty socially a, well as la an. ad' 1
ministrative way, his heart haa
jalway ieea with : his suffering
wife and his mln haa been there
It is a big thing to hive your heart
o entwined" around your home
"at it is. always tnere ana. your
luluu cjiibs . Qouiflujr.
, Oovernor Pierce has been for-
getful. He has not always re-J
. . . i . . It
memoreea people, ne as sot t-j
ways remembered things he want- J
ed. to do and today we know why.
v.,l VIm Mnnl.lii tin
one ever heard him lament. He
was always glad he had the op-
Prtanity of doing so much to
make his, wife comfortable and
rne., m!r: -
1 coutun no anyining realty nentw
ffctnl rft -t.r ' (Timi '"PI rnp's
mind has been, where his heart
waa and now in the conumma-
tkn ot 018 impendin tragedy,
llw enure state is in, sympauiy
should give themselves whatever
satisfaction they can m knowing
fc , -.-vviv . ... t ,
A GOOI APPOIXTMEXT
Senator A. G. Beals has heen
appointed one of the Investigators
I of the higher curriculum. This is 1
an unusually good appointment. 1
senator ueais is not a display man 1
but he is deliberate and In the
Hast session of th tat nnAte. ia
! wielded a large Influence because
he never acted until he was ure
4x.uac,, imcrica m eauca-1
nwi su ne is not. - going to uo I
anyimng 10 injure it, but ne wm I
I strive to get the facta and to find!
out what Is best for the growhii! 1
pupil. ! Tj-; ! -- f I 3
It must be admitted, that the sit-1 f
nation is critical anrf thtainVoQtle-n-1
I " T
tion IS tlmelv. We waul in Trtio
! the Caots. .If we are going in the
right direcUoa we .want to con-
tinue, but if we are going I the
yroiig dipection. we -want to call 4
ahalt, but first of all wo. want j
men big enough to make values!
Therein an. ef fprt,jiQwi. under- J -
vic in. mnv. Ai.tKitAM !
!, " reI1Ve tne,ld sso-
m - . - j I
se laem ousy at is
home. It is too late for the lat-
ter organization to get anywhere I
It cannot even hinder. The time!69
Is jlpe for International action; I
A" iiqjior, trafllc is wicked and 12"
it 14 . just. A -HicXed in England It
waa -ia . America. rlt- was
doomed because it Is .economical
' .".:i -as morally wickeJ.'
It la true, that contrast ton la
aa great thing aad- hair do ne won-
I ders for the country, but we nrust
jnot forget that: we owe something
to t ho nreient rpnnrAtlnn ktii! in.
I n"u ui cuuxniug eT?rjriiniC-JOJC
I the future wan must havei Imwsv
(.enough, to take eareof ther ores-
It is so easy to take eon-
stop 1t when it get to going, that
the American people are warrant
ed in their present reaction; -
A penny .-saved spoils the. pud
Neeessity is often the mother of
. Fools and" their money are the
llfe blood of Wall street.
No ; matter : what kind of mls-
I take you make, it. always runs
"to a lot of money.
It la to be hoped that his bib
bing crafe will find its way into
congressmen's speeches., ;t
The Golden' Rule has Its'sd van
tages ."but lacks popularity be
cause those who -follow H get-no
publicity out or It.
V HezTHeck! says: "Folka jist git
tin' arried and folk jist build-
that a t been used - yit. -
Fcr All Cold Troubles
. , . Ov ,315
1 11 . .
Cross Word Puzzle
.; ; ACROSS.
14 Carniverous animal (d1)
17 Having shape of a winr
Pke of corn
ill 9Wg Junction1 or union
24 south America (ab)
26 Afternoon (ah)
33. One, combining " form
In.contact wrlth tha upper part" 2
Indies (ab) , :, ;.v .
treaeh for good : -
U aV a
!4 T",;" . '
48 Article ot dreBS
i : .- i
54 Saffia denoting, condition
ICS That Is :
57 A western state fan t
.v - UB,,irT given to Esan ( Blblt
64 Position on football team (ab)
srvaa ut aJOLU I r mica. I f-
6T; Personal pronoun
68 .Boy's name (ah)
Point of. compass
70 Perfect or rara object
f T .f
76 Seaport , in -Asia, Uinor, IUbO
no son or iiiikiah (Dltl) ,
'" I I . 1 r-A 1 1 1 ;
I lia I 1 I ... I lAIJIIH I" I III I
- -. iS"-" -g- 3t" r, T"
r JTr So"' rrr" Zj r- Mil(( -r
' - I '1 (lllMj 1 - - '.j om- ataaiaMaa-i kOBM. S i J - ' ,
- - 7 ?J 7J , TT 7y 7
""" " ITT -TT" 57" " "7T TT" . ; TTT
-I. I 1 ' I- I I ; : ' ' : n " .
' j;V . " 11". ' ' .(Answer tomorrow) ' v..,
81 To deprive
I ' ' yV
,f " Continued rom pa'go '4 ) '
- - i ' 3 i
L fThe silver teal planned for thl
afternoon; by ttie Berean class o
the First Presbyterian church has
been , postponed kecessartly on- ac
count . of the ! ilfness of those in
Mrs., llenryi Meyers Jhag as her
ss Helen Jordan
Aid of the Christ
Lutheran church Twill meet at
o'clock: tomorrow afternoon at the
home of Hrsj Ji Simon, 1030 N
Winter street j ft
, A ; very pleasant . day was ; en-
Joyed by the Fpita M clnb Of Mac
leay when they 1 met in the Mac-
leay Grange! J ball j Wednesday
March 4, for ;4nf all-day meeting
Mrs. Harry E. Martin and Mrs. W
II. Farr acting! 4 hostesses for. Oie
occasion. , Abo!ut 35 members and
Visitors were present' to partake
of the bountifuj dinner which was
served at the noon hour.
The hall was 'beautifully decora
ted in green, the; long tables were
centered with ilirge green bask
ets filled with if ruit and green
candles were! Iso Used, The
guests were Mff JM. Doke of Turn
er ana Mrs. tJopjf in of, lacieay. A
irery lnierestiaa ... program was
given In the afternoon .j Mrs. aBtb
Learn hor modern 'ience cones
with such condilons. With any
Dreaking- ont,i roaghttess-or red-
VtAan .1.1. ....
d w 110 dkio f1,. ;
ouipuur n pini rne supreme
helpa But Menbo-Sulpfaar is a
new-aay com Dinajtion based on de-
caaes ofj skin ! sUudy. lv brings
mnujipued erfetts. j
It is more" than a germ destroy.
er. it sootnes iifstaiitjy, and heals
so quickly that results' seem magi
cal. 1 j
- Use it In faifness lto vonrself
Don't , suffer avoidable tronhltni.
Don'f rely on oltj, inefjnclent wayi.
Ask your druggist for a Jar or
Rowles Mentho-pulphlur. Note the
instant relief, Thenj watch how
HuicKiy everyinrog clears up. j
rcForFree Himplo Addrees
WHTTGHALL lI?ARtCAL CO.,
""' if-., i . - j
598 MaILwn Avt. Xcxr York, X. Y.
.1 The week oglnng . Wklsun-
2 A short slep I
3 Southera state (ab)
4 Pertaining to the mouth ,
C Military (ah) I
6 A law promulgated
7 Habitual Indolence
8 Mien j
9 Small dogsl (ab)!
10 Confinements, within Kmlt$
11 Point of. compass .
1 2 ; Extreme psiin
18 Fronted I
0 Protective jgarmnt
25: Presence , or nearness
28 Snice ?
Pertalningl to a;n Qbm.
-t. Tinge deeply
; !City in France
f - --J j 1 ! i : : ' Ml
' 4li Month (ab)
4 3 German f tir one
, 4 6; An ornamental :land
7 Touch getlr
sr-A a rug - n i . i
br irregular t
&z; Moaestr . H
hiU a I CI fix I
CI A void, caeo
2: A fragment- .
CC Article of furniture
6S Flshv fence. ,
71 Month " of year (Fr)
74 Spawn of f Ish(
77 A continent
. Phone S3 Advertlslnff Dept.
' Rato pr word:
Throo insrtioaw -
Money to Loan
, Kal Kitato '
' ' T. K. FOKD .
(Ovor Ladd Bnab Bosk)
BXTOBts) TOO LEAVE TO0B HOME
" OK CAB HAVi IT v " .
P1io 161. Boeko a Hamdrieka. O. 8.
Book Bld(. s-SStf
THie Lutheran Settle
will help both-
HOVESEEKER AND HOMESELtER
Realtor-- Insurance, Phone lOlS
Victor SchneMer, S'y. Kooms 4-5-6
. , D'Arcy tHdg. A-3
BCHEELAR AUTO WRECKING. CO. Will.
buy your old ear. nigneat -eaan pneo
paid. 1085' N. Commercial 8u 1-flStf
ICLT tS ISJ?
Co.. bow open for boatsaaa. Get oirr
price before aolling or buying. 403 S.
Chorch St. Phono 21&9. Rea. Pbono
leoa-R. j , . j-isiti
Tiro probe boildT ng. f day and. sight
aerrice. per month. liifiS N. Cap-
Itoh Teraa mrare. 1-itf
FOR ' W1NTJQR ENCLOSURES Curtain
wore eic aeo J.- J. IMIII. .il l state.
I70R RENT, .
20 ACRES ERU1TTFARM, LOGANBER-
riea i .prunes, apples, cherries, ground
for potatoes. Modern house and other
buildings. 771 i. CommercioL 4-mlO
FOR RENT 5 ACRES BEAVERDAM
garden land. House, efc. . Phone. re-
ninga, O. A. Miller. 260t Marion street,!
Salem. Uregon. 4-mia-
PEINTRD CARDit RTZn 41'
BY 7". j
wording "For Kent," price IO eenta
each. Staxaasaaa Baaincsa, Offlea. oa
a ran nt floor. .
HOUSE AND APARTMENTS PHONR
of Salem gave an interesting talk
and reading on "Love for Our
Other members responding to
the roll call were: Mrs. J. M. Mar
tin, Mrs. ; Otto Shelberg, Mrs. Jen
nie Farr, Mrs. Harry E. Martin,
Mrs. H. O.: Taylor, Mrs. "W - A.
Jones, Mrst G. A, Spellbring Mrs.
Francis- Robinson, Mra. 5eorge
Berg, Mrs. Edd Knighton, Mrs.
Cornforth, Mrs. E. Welch, Mrs.
Ida Tekenberg, Mrs. Norma Ter-
willlger, Mrs.-N. Feustman, Mrs.
Arthur Spellbrinlr, Mrs. A. Bar-
tells. , : -
The charm and enchantment of
the old South in the days before
the devastation of the. war came
upon; it the days of .Washington,
Jefferson and the heroes of the
Revolution; the days of Jackson
and Clay, Calhoun, the Lees and
their contemporaries: when plant
ations were fat with abundance
and J gentle folk held court at
countless manors, are called to
life again in all their grace, ro
mance and chivalry in the great
est of all films, "Abraham Uno-
oln,"; which opens at the Oregon
Theater on Thursday.
The whole - world has felt the
enchantment ' of - Dixieland since
the - motion pictures and 'songs
have carried its beauties to- all
climes and nations
In "Abraaml TncoIa'.' signal
honor has been done thethistory.
chivalry, the immortal heroes and
the . wonderful - women of the
South, ' for - the picture- s an.-au
thentic historical document. -
Robert Edward Lee, Stonewall
Jackson, Jefferson Davis,; and
others, who wrote- their, names
high in the annals of the South's
history, oome again in living,
breathing forms to. thrill the
hearts ; of those- who- adore their
memory. . - . , .
The story of the picture to.neh
es the south at Hodcenville, Ky.,
the birthplace of Lincoln; at New
Orleans; at v Richmond; City
Point; Appotoraax; Charleston,
." - .
SILVERTON, Ore., March a
( Special. ) Aa event of social in
tenest at Sitvertoric Is the coming.
St. Patrick's day. which is to be(
Biven by the American ; Legion
Auxiliary on March 17th at thei
home ' of. Mrs. LeRoy ! Lemon be-i
tween the hours of '.Q and 5;30
An, admission ot ents wiir be
charged and the money thus re
ceived will be used to earry on, trie
work of the auxiUary.
(Afiswex to.yeitertsy, pjuaUO.
2L TL i3jwf g-f r s4g'Ti
L . N.1 E T ' j S j 1 g" O j
,11 . tobTcF TTp M R
PjOT 7fe El R O Nl 1V JA
K3RjA U f 1le Tf Tl?fT T T
I ISjP A RJ N E" T pfl
H A TlEi: TIE L.I IM A L L
1 II ! ' " i i l I i l in i I I I
j . i . a r i I i i rrr . : t" t
j S r jo laj &Ts i o t mJ-q six
Ono week (six laaertioaa)
Six Bnontha contract, per month15o
13 Bjiontha contract, nor montii l-e
Hiaimam tor aar adrertitemeat 25a
' fob rent ; : : ;
50 . arrea rirer bottom land', fine for
atra'wberries and truck farming. One
mile to Cannery. Good house and
barn. Want experienced track farm
er. Cash or share of crop. ' Ad
drea. F. ,,W. Seefk,' Lebanon, Ore
fon. ' '- '.-; . : . 4nit.
FOU RKNT Apartments O
FURNISHED HEATED APARTMENT
1335 State Street. -.. - . 6ml
TURXISttED ANT) TnfaroiAed Apart
meats. 15JjO Wallet aUeet. - 5-uH
SICELY FURNISHED THREE-ROOM
- apartment with bath. 372 N. Winter.
Phono - .
APARTMENTS JOS K. COTTAGE. Snti
2 ROOM APARTMEXT-
HEATED APARTMENTS ltk COURT.
Phono 1518-M. ' 5-tnl0
NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT
690 Union. Phone 507-J. 5-mlO
FURNISHED APARTMENT 292 North
Summer. - 5-ml0
NICFJ.Y FURNISHED 3- ROOM APART
ment, 1183 Court St.: - 5-f26tf
IP YOU WANT 3ETTEJS FURNISHEIl,
mcep arranged. and. cleaner apart
nifnta. ,aes tha Patton . Aparteato;.
down town, district. Call- Jratton'a
Book Store.. ).. - . . C-mltf
CHEAP RENT FOR CLEAN TWO ROOM
furnished apartment. 592 lorth Hammer.,.-
- , . .-.'.. --f25t
4 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT
ITivala bath. 1U47 Soath Oomnienrial.
Phono. aiOoJ. " ... 5 fl8tf
I FOtt 'RENT APARTMENTS 891, N.
FOR RENT Rooms, 6
3 OR i ROOMS; FURNISHED OR UN-
fiirniHhed. with - garage - nn4 garden.
412 Ji. aist Kt, . . timlO
UPSTAIRS. 4 ROOM SUITE LIGHT.
water, ana rent, sis. I84ft State SU
' ' ti mlO
LARGE-FRONT SLEEPING ROOM
. with ono or two beds. "428 N. Church
. St. ... Cult)
I x xe.ast kw closk ' i-hohk
1 585 W. Cm-11
Vr.K.1 UKIUUtiK KUEEl'l-NU KOOMM.
250 H. Cottage. 6 m5tf
1 SLEEPING -JtOOM PHONE
printed cards, sizb ia." by ihk"
J wording "lieoraa to Rent," prieo . 10
centi each. Statoraaa Bnaisasi oftieo.
FOR RENT Houses
IMPROVED LOT. ON VAEU STREET.
. Call phono 7J1 W i - - 7ml2
BOR. RENT T room dwelling and store
ia Connection located at TZB lntx bib-
t rty- treoe 45 -par month.
W. H. GUABENHOR8T A CO; -
- - 273. State Sfc- 7mll
NEW 3-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE.
- basement and garage. -1450 Center.
.Phono 1T82-J. 7ml0
FOR RENT 5 ROOM STRICTLY MOD
ers flat. 664 'A Ferry street 835. Strict
ly modem 7 room, boa so 540 Mill- street
- 845. 5 room. 'house, modern except
, basement 2180. Lice, SL, partly fnrnish
; ed. 85. - Bctt,a 4i Hendricks, U. 8.
- Bank Bldg. . ... 7-m8tf
5 ROOM HOUSE WITH BASEMENT
on earline. 8 blocks from capital. Call
2190J or 395 N. 19th St. 7-mlO
5 ROOM MODERN HOUSB AT 805
Crosg xtrept. Phone 644K. 7-mlO
FOR SALE Sfiscellaiieoiu' 8
FOR SALE A GOOD BEARING tai
of Wilson, strawberry plants. Phone
51F15. " - - 8-ml2
2200 POUND TEAM MARES Harness.
wagon, good for all around fwa work.
175 W. Leghorn' laying hens, includ
ing contract for hatching eggs at 35c
per doien, 81 each. Can dwiibto your
money, oa- thia buy. 50 laying pulleU
8L25 each. Inquire 170 S. Commer
cial street. Phono 411. F, E. Shafer.
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NEW WHITE ELECTRIC SEWING MA-
- china. . c aalo reaaeaabio. IHUUU
. ..."-. 8-mlO
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Tresspass Notieea. slso 14 laches b
a inohaa,-. priated oa ?aoV 10 aaa)
aana bariag' tha words. "Kotieo- h
feraby - Givea- That Tresapastiag I
Strictly Forbidden Oi, Thoso PremJ-
Under PeaaKy Of Prosecation." Pric
la aaeb or two- tor 86. etstaemal
Pnhliahiag Company. Salem, Oregon
DRAG SAWS CHEAP NEW THOMAS
portable 4 h.p., all metal eonstraetioa.
Mounted with two wheels. Wheels Uk
a wheelborrow. Has pulley for eoanee
tion to crosscut aaw. charn, separator,
etc. Priced complete with- blade at
$80 asch f.o.b Portlanif. .
ALASKA JUNK CO.
203 Front. Portland. Orarom. r
Will -allow 85 credit on saw it ad
ia enclosed with order. 8-ml2
HONEY-BEES AND QUEENS PHONE
EECEIPT BOOKS SI2B 3" b 84".
50. receipt forma in book, 15 cents per
book or two pooka lor 35 eenta. bt a tea
man office, 215 outfc: Commercial.
Salem. vf r 8-12 Stt
fOB 8ALE OLD TTEWPAPER3, - II
rents a band's.'. Circulation daparUBn(
Oragoa Statesman. . j- .-
Prices quoted' are wholesale and are
prices received by. farmers. Na retail
prices aro given: . -
GRAIN' AND HAY " 4- :
No. 1 toft white Tua ,-, ;m ft
No. -1 soft rl wheat x...,..81 .4
Oats -.1 ,...,,, ' .,,, ,,, .. 65c
Cheat hay , ", , ., .,..814
Oat hay .. . ..310
Clover hav. haled. . i K
Oat and vetch hay . ' - -' n'flfi.50
P0KK, UTCTTTtfir AK1 !BITP
HM).oon i.rt. .'". in :a
HogB, '20O-S0Wt. , , , ffil
Hoga, 2S0-300 ewt. - ,..412.00
Light SOWS , - ., . ...rmQ.'r't
Top yes! . : , ; 0c
Iresaed ml j.
Light hcs .
i...: 1 8 1 9
Creamerv batter : uio.
FOR- gAI.Eiuisctllaneots 8 ;
OULBRANSON PlATER PIANO Af A
bargain; alichtlyuse4. , 519 Court.
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INSPECTED 'SEED POTATOES FOR
early planting. A'etted Uema lor tbU
una. Must be . aatisfactory or munr
will be refunded. Yew-Park Grotery
Atarket, 73 S. 12th St. fkM J.
; .'. . . .. . . ' o-aittf
alfalja, Orafn TiaiOTHr
ond Btraw, guaranteed oaality; prompt
ahtpment. Prieea npon application.
Kicbard , Nymon, , Walla- Walla. Wash
. iubU. 8ml0
Beautiful Oregon Rost
- Ad alerefc other Oretfoa ooar ta
gskhar With a fins collection ol patriots
songs, sacred, songs and many old tin
- (Ppedal prices in roantlty loUl
Especially adapUble for school, com
. mnaitj' or, homo singing. Sana for -
: Western Songster 1
TO pages ow ia its) third odlUsns .
-PabllsbM By ' "
OREGON TEACHERS MONTH' V
Hi Ol OANIOTHrlViot W1 IWH
..NUIJ.SERX STOCK 9a
FOR SALE STRAWBERRY PLANtS
" Trebla, EtterbeiTr. Dnnlap, Gibson, 8am-
Ma nad i-.vcrbearing. ew. - rljttert
- P. L. WOOD West Salem
UOOSKRKRRY, ETTERBERO.. STRAW-,
berry plants, phono 57F13. 8a-ml2
CUTHBERT RED-RASPBERRY Plants
Excellent quality. Phono 8F5. 8a-ml8
Cherries and Prunes
Prunes, . 8c; Royal . Aanes 20o np.
General nursery stock at- aturactiva
prices. Warrea Nursery,. C55 Farry.
1'hono 104F24. " . 8vml4
1 " ' ' ' 1 1 i 1 1 .
. Large Trench to 0 ft, 10 S ta S
ft. 15-.' Italians same jJrioa.- r ruit and- v.
Walnut trees. " Phbne - 1I46M. High
and FrfV. Fruitlartt Nursery. 8af25tf
Wi I laraette Vallsy
::::; Nursery; :
BAs a Eslesyard at 0 1 Court t treat,
at Kennedy's paint shop, ppoisa bu
sick' atora. All kinds of fruit had out
trees. Dr. Bean's Big French arnno a
snoefaUy. " Offtee pbnne 1818 Res.
105F5. .Tesn' Math in. Prop. 8adl4tf-
FOR BALE Livestock 9
WE HAVE 5 Stt 1 JERSEY COWS FOR
SALE Wm. Edes, Horseshoo IiSke,
St. Psnl, Oregon. ' 9ml2
THOROUGHBRED YOUNG JERSEY Cow
1119 Fifth street.. West Salem. 9-a5
VXTKR.INAR1AN BB, PATTKRSOlt
ifaoao soaa-w. . -e-dAOtl
FRED W. LANGS, VETBBJNARIAN i
Office 430 8. Commorcjal. Pboas list
Res. Phooo lftaa. - 8-n29tf
WOOftjFOR SALES 11
DRY SLAB WOOD AND SECOND growth
tor saie. mono noo. ll-sa"
16-INCH OLD FIR SECOND GROWTH
as It and asav Phono 19F8. M.D. Msy.
LENAKER SAWS WOOD Phone 2097J.
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GOOD COAL DRY WOOD
c PROMPT DELIVERIES . .
HXLLUAH FUEL- CO -
.: PHOJTK 1855 .
DRY WOOD. FOUR. FOOT AND 18 lack.
Dry mm .wood. 84.75 per. load, Fhoer
1878-W. ' " " llmll'
WOODSAWUTG-JUDD AND SCHMIDT,
i'Hona 142. 11-jlStf
BEST GRAD5 OP "WOOD.
' ft. and 18 ina.
Oreen aniil -wood.
Dry second growth fir.
Dry snd old fir. -
Dry 4- ftw mh, map1 and oakj
FRED . WELLtt
Prompt delivery and reasonable pries
280 South Church. Phone 1542 llm6tt
BEST SECOND GROWTH TO ST
aw. uaii till.
WANTED VACANT LOTS, ACREAGE,
car or piano aa part payment oa gooa
bouse. Box 524, 1970 S. Church.
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOB
faraa loans. Wt WH several applies
tiona on hand.- Hawkins At Kcberta,
Inc, 303 Oregaa Building. " 18-d4tt
CASH PAID " FOR, FALUC TEETH-
-eVental -goM, ylatiaoea waA ajeeasded
Jewelry. Hoke Smelting and .Refining
Co, OUegn, 2fhhigaa. - ' J3 J27U.
WOODRY THE AUCTIONEER BUYS
ased farnitaro for. oaak. Phono fill.
.... ' - -i.-f
i - MISC&LLAXEOUS a. ?
TO EXCHANGE 150 - MARSHALL .
Wells Range for Ford Truck, -will py
. difference A. H. Moore, FnrniuirOt '
. Store. 235 y. THgb. . IwV V ? ta.
- 1XKLP WAITED ; 13
MAN TO WORK ON OUR FARM Must
be reliable and good worker. Flake'a
Petland, 273 Stat and Pacific High-'
WANTED MAN WITH FAMILY TO
cars for small tract of land with soma
berries; can keep cow aad- chickens,
and work out part of the time. See
Childrs sad BechttW 640 Slate St.
HELP WANTEIWFemale 17
WANTED 50 WOMEN AT ONCE Good
pay ; pleasant work, 1849 V State St.
LADIES TO DEMONSTRATE OUR Rad
- ion Hot, Fsd and. give, onr Radiumv
'- Apron , f reo with each pad. We pay
323 week to prodacers. Write lor Ire
' offer. International - Radium Syndi
cate. Detroit, Michigan. 17-inll
MAX, ENERGETIC AND RELIABLE,
wanted for factory representative to '
handle our businesa in Salem district;
unusual opportunity,' with -fortune, fee '.
right' man; experience or capital un
necessary ; - write , fully Syacro Motors
Co.. Battle Creek. Mich. , 17mlO
K HELP, AVAXTED Stale 18
ALL AROUND MAN FOR GROCERY
Stars. Phono 290. -13th and State St.
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i 1X)ULTUY AND E2G3. 21 i
FOR SALEHATCHTNO EGGS 88 Per
hundred. Phone 2F2. 21-m6tf
B. I. BEDS JJATCHIXO EGGS. 4 etsl
baby chicks, 15 etfc, dark strain. 805
. N. 16th. street, rpfaoaa 1877-W. 21-at
BARRED ROCK BABY' CHICKS AND
hatching -gg from high grade utility
and. Imperial Kinglet Stock. Mrs. A.
A. Nafaiger, Routs 7. Phono 105F12,
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ANCONA COCKERELS -
hatching.' Phone. 872-R.
C rleadqnart'rra for t 'y Cltwi.
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