The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 14, 1925, Page 6, Image 6

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A'SUX AND SHIELD: -Tbe
Lord will give grace and glory; no
them that walk uprightly. Psalm
PRAYER:- May we, 0 Thrfu Giver f rcry good and perfecLjgifi,
ever seek to possess Christ in our
freely give us all things, , j
CZECHOSLOVAK SPYING OUT OF THE ANp
' Representatives of the Cteclioslovak 'chambers of com
merce of Chicagp and Portland, and of .other organizations
which stand for these people in New England and New
York, were in the Salem -district yesterday, -on the trip which
they are making throughout Oregon ; spying out the land for
: their colonists . j !.',, ;,,: :4 fj ) : Jj j :-
For there are several hundred thousand of them in
Illinois and in New York and theNew England states. Many
of thern who are engaged in the industries of Chicago and
New York and the vther bg cities were formerly farmers, in
theii. native landman! Ibey. want to return: to the soil, in this
country, if they can find favorable Jocat ions and .opportuni-
ties i . h ; , ; ; 1 ! :- . -
Hence this spying out of the land. f . . .
t Some of these people went to the South last; year, with
out a preliminary report by their own nationals, or rather
former nationals j (for they- are now American citizens), and
bought extensive tracts--. , ; ' - ,
And got badly stung.. .They propose to be more careful
now." Hence this -trip. " i ,
! It is not too much to say, that Oregon looks good to these
people f iH:1 lilii .i4:"f':A.r 'j--' . '.' I ''M-., j-
Especially western 'Oregon. The Salem district is Jike
their native land in appearance. They produced in their
country, or could produce, most of the thingsouri" people
grow here. This suction looks like home to them, .
I,
We already have a considerable number of Czechs, or
Czechoslovaks, in Oregon. .There were only five families .of
them in Oregon 27 years ago. There are now 3000 to 4000
families of them1 in this state. The original families located
not f ar from Salem, and most -of those who have . followed
have settled in tbe Willamette valley, though they are found
all over the state. , ,
There were in the delegation in Salem yesterday some
.who raised and pulled and retted and scutched flax in their
native-country. They used dew-retting. So they understood
the flax operations' mt the !. penitentiary. ; They will be good
flax growers, or their people will, wlien they settle in the
Willamette valley V ;- ; ' :. s.: ; i ; .:-"
v And they will not confine their .operations to primitive
methods, f The Czechs iare a cultured race. They 'are enter
prising and upstanding. ! I . .
They will help us to establish manufacturing plants for
flax,' up to the making-of fine linen. " j . '5 '
; And they will help build ugar factories in the Willamette
valley '' -. lt ';h f--r ,i j' f '. j'y' '' t ;-.. j .
Tor their country lhas become in a very few years the
greatest beet Ugar country in -the world, in proportion .to
population. They have iindustry and ingenuity, and the
venturesome v spirit of pioneering. They are not afraid to
step out and ,do -things. They have shown this in .the new
nation they have "built up since the World war: : "
And tey are patriotic They are lovers hi their ideals of
liberty, opportunity and enlightenment, and: they will fight
for. them. - Theyare good Americans, and they and their
children are-andAvill be splendid citizens of the land of their
adoption and birth. . 1 ;
; The witer thinks he nowa whereof he speaks when he
predicts that we are going to get tens of thousands of these
jpeopies'settleTsitere- j ; i i-IIIJltlifjl'ri.,.; I- J: 1
And that they are going to begin to come in larger
numbers in the immediate future : ! ; -)
-And they; will help wonderfully in making j our idle ;and
slacker' acres productive and in building up here in the Wil
lamette valley the most prosperous and progressive country
jin;the world. r -''- ; ( '
The Statesman, proposes to devote quite a lot more space
1 to this subj edt--t o showing these people the opporunities. our
section offers them, and attempting to prove to them that
i they 'will be made welcome : here as neighbors and co-workers
in -development cnterpriies. v , :j 4 T 7 i
There is' tohe a; flax rally,: speaking and,atibanauetLat
Aurora this evening at 8 o'clock. Goodideau -But ifany. flax
is gro'n this, year in that locality, there will have to be some
pirovkionfxn;.threshnigretting and scutching It. Tliis would
be a .great tlilag f 04 that ; section a - retting and scutching
plant. The rstate flax plant eannot. contract for .any mow
acreage if or the present year; except perhaps .i- few; single
: acreijo"' be" grown eperinientally. y y : ;:" rBf'
the rmioENTtis zncarr
, "Ther is some .surprise because
President i doolicise -'Te-SH tmittipa
the uae ;of "Charles U. - arrn
for ttormey? general rThe presi
dent"" is "mot- only' aclixig -..within
his rl"hts.tmt:lie!s act;3c5-wUhla
Jils d 3ally. - - ,
Tha choice for., jfosltlpn ia lie
ca; !r at is a. perseiaal; n. t
srrc has no nxore rlslt toVr-"5
cjcnUt, .except as -a fcrr:.:.IIty,
-co,
Yj-
'
1 . Manaor
. .Manager Job ept,
erdited ia this jpapar and ! tha local
Circulates Offles . ' .. . V . 613
Society Editor -. ...... 166
- . . . . - - 583 '
to w in alter yeare. i
14. 1025 -
Mrd -G4 te -a n and shield: the
go tunc wiu He witbxielc from
84:11.
hearts, and with Him Thou wilt
. -
than tt -to iss -upon the TJf l
rate . secretary . to fcibe ,presWent
The cabinet positions are all per
sonal to the president and neces
sary to the aftmlalstraUoD. ""If
the president thinks certain man
wuld atrengtben vhis cabinet he
aas a risht johaTe; hJja,:tand the
senate, has pa.xlrat to ptject.;
ila, tthis.i:patroTersyaCT4tsVar
ren we lake Jt-IJxat -tha- 0?M9j
entirely, wrpas and: that thejpretl
dent Is warranted ia Isslrtbs up
8 W"WS V i 11' Jh" v r WW w'r
on Ills choice ieing confirmed as
a matter -f right, is -not a matter
of politics at all or personal feek
Ing. The president is responsible
for ills administration and tbe cab
inet members axe Jiis advisors. Je
has a right to look all over , the
coantry and choose the advisors
he wants. j . ' :
" Roosevelt weathered : several'
storms of -- this kind One was
when he appointed Knpjr: secretary;
of state and another when he took
Morton into the cabinet. He toqk
the ground that he was respons- j
iMe for the administration and;
roust select his own advisors. The
success of his : administration
proved that he was 'right, aiid
President Cool id ge is -right. :
AROt'T TAXATION
Away back when RmpeJI was
destroyed they had a: ta reduc
tlon campaign, as evidenced by
posters, unearthed in the excava
tions. Benjamin Franklin preach
ed thrift in his day. As a matter
of fact the government has 'set
the example for going into debt.
Ten years ago the public -deb was
250 for each family, " or .30 a
person, and' there ' were not so
many people In the country then.
Today It is $283.70 for each per
son. The wealth of the country
is estimated at $320,000,000,006.
Our public debt 13130,750,000,
000. We are about 10 per cent in
debt. This means that if the gov
ernment heuld decide to quit, it
would -take 10 -per cent of all -the
property we have to pay our debts.
It would taie an6ther;year's earo-.
inSio pay the Interest. ; ;
. This Is all laid on the war,
which Is unfair.11. According to the
federal"" census the public 'debt In
1922 was v $30,845626,000. Of
this total .22.155,886:,000 was na
tional debt; $935,544,000 was
state debt, and 37.754,196.000 was
municipal debt. Our national debt
in 1912 was $1,028,564,000, which
shows there was an Increase for
which the "war was'in no way re
sponslble. Take the state of Ore
gon for instance. In 1917 the per
capita tax was $5.82. In 1923 it
was $25.02.
. 'There must be a way to find a
limit to this. Washington has
set the pace but the states, coun
ties and municipalities must1 fol
low. We' fail to remember that
all federal aid is paid by the peo
ple and while we .are hunting fed
eral aid .we are simply adding to
bur own faxes. We spread it out
after, trying, to get more than we
paid in taxes. . This is what has
caused President Coolidge to
Bound the alarm. , It is all wrong.
3ETT13fO BETTER
A good many people think our
politics ared'eprayed. They are
nothing to what they were 40
years ago. j, There la as much Im
provement In .politics as there is
Jn business and that is saying a
ood deal because everybody
knows that business has been re
vdlutioniaedJ' So has politics, for
that matter. In the old days the
spoils system reigned supreme and
the. efficiency of a statesman, was
measured ,hy ,the number- of ap
pointments he secured for his con
stituents. That Is gone now. Men
are net hankering after federal
jobs the way they used to, and the
position of a congressman is, not
made subservient to the interests
of postmasters. .
'The proposition to discipline the
senators who bolted the republican
ticket last' fall was fair. That
puts the republican ;iarty In a po
sition ta .face Its responsibilities
and carry forward Its policies. The
party leaders are willing to accept
that responsibility, and it is best
for the nation that it be definitely
fixed upon them. If they assume
it, as they have, and if ihey -have
a clear majority, "as they have,
they cannot evade the consequence
es.' j They can not say, as they
hare been saying, reasonajbly, for
tbe ast two years,, that they were
blocked in putting orer their poli
cies by n obstructing coalition.
This is not a question of pun
Isbtng La Follette and his associ
ates. It is Just mattex of fixing
definite party responsibility; of
cutting' away dead and obstructive
timber. The republican r party's
leadership is avoiding the' fatuous
mistake of unbarring r the doors
and taking back a bitter defiant
group of radical -senators and rep
resentatives who not onl do not
profess accordance with the poli
cies and n'rogram of, the' party but,
on .the contrary, declare them
selves .more violent Jn opposition
to those policies and that program
than are, democratic senators and
representatives. v ?
'However, now there has been a
check called and it is a wise one.
The senators aire to receive their
Just Tropoirtion' of district patron-,
age. - In -other words they 'are
stopping, short of .martyrdom. Jt
isL.saowIngJ)etter Judgment than
rr. any people feared. The discipline
I A JlSht, bat to irrevqsblyput
txiea outside of the republican
fPrty trouli have been almost di
m
Rev. JERNEST JL SHANKS, pastor of he
First Baptist Church
v MARCH 14, 1025
John 5:1-24. T1m Witness ia tho Temple."
; Jehus' BroUiers Oitirlze Him.
He Goe to Jenwalrni Secretly. H-1.1. ;
T-aliing in the Temple. -14-24.
Key: 'l)octrine' (teaching) of GmV
Meniory.v verses: . 7, ljB,17. -24." :.
THIS is the time of the feast of , the tabernacles. -Jesus'-own
brothers did not believe on Him and this time.! They were an
noyed at Him. They carped and quibbled and tried, to . dictate . to
Him regarding His duty. "A man's foes BhaU be those of his own
household." said Jesaa. Sometimes a man deserves to have his own
people against him, but when he is in the right and serving God, he
may have the most stubborn opposition. One must follow the Spirit
of God no matter what stands in the way. Jesus went up to Jerusa
lem" quietly and unobserved to avoid ; strife. " When He was there,
noting the restless enquiries about Him. He went into the temple and
taught. His defense was so effective that His enemis were silenced,
and His actions vindicated. He -rebuked bis adversaries for their
insincerity and hypocrisy. j
: . .,: '- 7.' ' i'v...: . . -,
"The world cannot hate you; but Me it hateth, because I testify
of H, that Its works are evilj
' - - 16. :-' "
. "My teaching (doctrine) is not Mine, but His that sent Me.
; 1 , ; - ': 17;- i . ; ' ; . -
"If any man wiUeth to do His will, he shall know of the doctrine
whether it is of God, or whether I speak from : Myself.'
-) : .: . 24. ..."
"Judge not according to appearance, but judge righteous judg
ment." v . .' r
Lord, speak to me that I may speak
, In living echoes of Thy tone; 1
As . Thou hast sought, so let me seek
Thy erring children, lost and lone.'
O lead me. Lord,. that I may lead ' ' '
The wandering and. tbe wavering feet;
0 feed me, Lord, that L may feed
' Thy hungry ones with manna sweet.
O strengthen- me. that I may stand " ' "
Mi Firm on the-rock", and strong in Thee,
1 Tnay stretch out a loTing hand
" To-wrestlers with the troubled sea.
O teach me. Lord, that I may teach
- - The precious things Thou dost '.Impart;.
, And wing my. words, that they may ."reach
The hidden, depths of many a heart. Havergat."
astrous for the next" election. The
punishment has gone far enough,
and sensibly it is being stopped..
IflY JlfJARRIAGE
S
Adele Garrison New Phase at
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
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Copyright by Newspaper .Feature
Serrica"
CHAPTER 407.
WHAT DON RAMON SUGGEST
ED SEEMINGLY OUT OP
'COURTESY.
My amusement at. Harry Under?
wood's assumed enthusiasm-over
New York's cultured advantages
did not occupy my mind long.. The
dread -that some time before we
should be able to get a train out
of Nantucket, Dr. Pettit would
have caught up to us, became an
PROBLEM
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Cross Word Puzzle
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4 Title
8 A Cur . ...-.!, 1 r l ,
9 Girl's .name "'v.
12 Main body of a church' ..
14 .Biblical city
15 Roman, coins .' , ....
18 JPrefix jneaning not
1 9 .Body of water - "
21 Yale (Col.) .
22 Sign of the Zodiac
25 Exclamation
2 Exclamation '
27 Lord Chancellor (abb.)
28 Prefix meaning together
30 Girl's name
31 River in Germany s
32. Suffix
33 Not so
35 Jdnsical note
36 Diphthong - - -
38 Ape
41 Spanish title ,
43 Article " .
45 PTefix meaning to ".
46 A fakir
50 Boy' nickname '
51 Method" - "; " "''f,?
52 Iven (poet.) "
54 XJdet; -"- :
56 Blushing - ':"-' - .
57 Cacourage
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obsession as the minutes and the
miles rolled, by. j - '
Dicky and 'the supposed Don
Ramon Almirez kept up the desul
tory conversation of two travelers
thrown together ; by chance, v but
I paid no attention to it -indeed
I could not have repeated a ward
either said. AH my faculties were
fused into the question:
"Will we get away from Nan-4
tucket befpre Dr. (Pettit gets
here?" ' " ": : .
The query so absorbed me that
we .had drawn up to the railroad
6taton in Nantucket before I real
ized! that we were halfway to the
thriving town, one of the largest
in the section. Brother Rill drew
jiis icar skilfully to .the side of the
station platform,-jumped out and
opened the doors. . .
. "Shall I - find out about tbe
traits to New York?" he asked.
frhanlts; Dicky said heartily.
R011CH1TJS
O l At bad time rat the throat and
wy chest thorou Phi v with
VapoRud
O r lTMUlion Jar. UmJ YeaHy
a.
tomorrow)
DOWX
1
A burning. pile -
2'
All right (col.)
Z
Boy's name s
Prefix meaning one
5
C
Egyptian god
7
Had. .
.Long pointed tooth -
9
Article -
1 0 Tbe three wise men '
11 Period of time tab.)
13
16
.Mohammedan prince
Parade 'ground .before fort
17 'The teacher of Xenophon
20 River of Hades .
21 Fascinate ,v -
23 Receiving office (abb.)
24 Chlorin (abb.) ,
25 Liquor - ' ' -
'29 Rock containing metal:'
34 Upon
35 Chinese military leader
37. Character of tbe Bible. 4 ,
39 Bestow - ' '
.40 Repose confidence ' :
-42 Aroma -r
4 4 Poaeess
46 Of the (Fr. pi.)
47 Musical note -'
-48 Within ' " :,
;49 Pronoun -: ' " v
62vAct ' ' " f-" r
53 Bad (slang)
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Per iniartlon
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Insured Pjcoperly-
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. ."Bask Bldf . ; ; -'Jv, ; kXW
"The Lutheran Settle
ment Bureau ,
. " will help both '
ITOMESEEKER AND 1IOKESELI-ER
with V
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. Realtor b lAsiurance, J'hone 1013
Victor achatder. See'.j, Jajau. a-5-S
D'Arcy Bldf. A-2
AUTOMOBILES
tomge
.Ftra ftvaef baiMlnc.. dr and alfht
aorriae. S per monta. i.9Jt X. -Cas-ltol.
Tazaa caraee. . 1-iSU
SCHEgLAK AUTO WRECK1JJG CO. Will
-buy yaar -old ear. Uifheat eaaa price
paid. 1085 N. Ooauaeretai fit. 1-jlStt
NOTICE SALE It - AUTO WRECKING
- Co., now open for bmiaMa. -. Get oar
pricea' before--Belling r" buyin. 402 S.
Chorh St. ' Phone S159. - Kea. Ptiene
1 fUi-R - - - 1-iaw
"I wish : yo& -would,: and; fl'nd out
too,' wheref I an get some break
fast" -' ':' . . ;.'
"Oh! Haven't you had any
breakfast?" T inquired in dismay.
"Nothing but a cup of the worst
coffee in the civilized world!'; he
rejoined, "and I warn you that I
don't start on any train until I
have something to eat.M
"Why, did you have a break
down?" I asked innocently, re
membering that I mentally bad
laid thetdejay to the -supposition
that he - bad stopped -for break
fast. ... : : -. '--.: .'
A Nerve-Wrecking Delay.
"No, I didn't," be returned sulk
ily, and with the. rejoinder I com
prehended what '.really , bad hap
pened. ' : ?.y ;
He had wasted . a number of
minutes after -my telephone in sul
len, angry determination-not to
paeet me. Then his chivalry- had
vanquished Jus .anger, and lie had
been , compelled? to hurry through
bis . dressing and ,gp rwithont.- his
breakfast. My. dismay at his. ban
ger vanished, and, a healthy re
sentment at his obstinacy took its
place. "
Brother JBill appeared at the
door of the station with some pa
pers in his hand, whichwhen he
reached us, proved to be time
tables of the railroad. He handed
one to Dicky and one to the .sup
posed Don . Ramon Almirez, as he
pronounced the. news -which made
my .heart sink below even, the low
tops my oxfords.
"The next train won't be along
Tor an hour and a naif."
"An hour and a haifj" I re
peated to myself in dismay. It
had been over an frour .since we
left Mrs. Barker's. By this time
Dr. Pettit had been released from
the root cellar.- If he should bap
pen to strike our trail be would
be upon its Jong '.before, .pur. train
should cqrroe .in. I cast wildly
around, in, my toind r for. jsome
scheme of getting away from Nan
tucket: ' immediately;, When .Harry
Underwood:: spoke d in the alow,
resonant tones; of' the;; character
whose role. He ..waav,jessayjng: ; '-
"We -Are Charmed:: :
v. "If the ladies will permit me to
give them -a courtesy in recom
pense Xor , the so great favor of
tbe ride down here," ;he said and
I, realising that it would be wise
to assent to anything he might
propose, inclined my bead. ,
"A wait here would be of a
tediousness unthinkable' he be
gan, "but I imagine that the scen
ery to be viewed near here would
be of a beauty quite unexcelled -is
it not so?" He turned with
grave Inquiry to Brother Bill.
"There's some - nretty nlaces
hereabouts," Rroiher Bill answer
ed. ' , ,-7-Sf... : '? : i
"Then if the ladies will accept
from me fe courtesy, of a drive,4
I think this so courteous and ef
ficient driver will take them for
an hour, bringing them .back in:
time for ' the train.' Ant over:
your belated breakfast." be pent;
toward Dicky, "we can perhaps
(Answer to yesterday V puxzle)
: aTn? "jo rn (Apr? (qt
Ie "ifiof m d3lw
2-Xl Hi,tlst?-l,.l1 & his.
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nicer arrange ' d4 cleaner apart
. meats, -,aee -ke Part ton -Apartaentv
down town district. Call Patton'a
Book Store. - 5-mltf
TOR ; R'ENT APARTMENTS 891 .
OannnereiaL " ' " - '
. ' i . .
THREE ROOMS, HEATED. PHONE
1633. 6m20
VERY DESIRABLE SLEEPING ROOMS."
. 250 S. Cottage. - .&snStf
PRINTED' CARDS, E11B X""VT- T"
wordlnr. "Rooms to Bent,' price 10
eenta-eack. . fitstaaaian Bmjnaaa otfiee
s. Ground floor. - -' - - - - - -
f 'FOB UK-NT Houses 3 '.i
SIX-ROOM UNFURNISHED
Call 1405J.
HOUSED
7-ml4
FOR RENT THREE ROOM FURNISH
. ed house. Garage. Call J-60 17th.
- - 7ml5l
f
-FOR RENT S ROOM STRICTLY MOT
, ern flat, ,664Vs- Ferry Ueet S35. Strict-,
ly modern 7 reooa bevse 540 Mill street
$45. .,-.5- room house, modern except
basement 2180 Lee St., partly furnish
ed 25. jBeclca .ii Hendricks, V. S.
b Bank Bldg. - 7-m8tf
-i- VANTED To Kent-' "Ta-
WANTED TO RENT FURNISHED house,
Close in. Phone 868J. ' " 7A-ml7
FOB SAUZ Mlnccllaweona 8 -
yOR SALE -HORSE, HARNESS. AND,
r wfn; Bargain ier cash. 5. W. Laa
ham. Route a, iktx 124. Phono 44F31
' 8-JM14
GULBRANSON PLAYER PIANO AT A
: bargain; slightly ued. ' 519 Court. -
. -amis
FOR SALE 5.000 EtTTERBERO 121
strawberry plants, 25e per 100 and
. yoif -die; ' O enra- per-'lOO -duir.
Home Realty Co. 16 S. High. Phone
1718. - ' -8-ral7
QUEEN INCUBATOR. T5-W30 SIZE.
One 14 inch; also Emerson riding plow.
-Phone -TPS."" '- 8-ml7
HONEY 'BEES AND QUEENS PHONI
a-njar
RECEIPT BOOKS 8IZR 8". by 8,,f
SO receipt-fornajn booawlS cents pet
book or two book a for 25 cents. States
man cfXica, 215 Koutk CoramerciaL
. taaJenu,. , . . ... .. . a-f23ti
tTOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, It
; -oeaU handle. OlreolaUon sUfpartaoajn
Oregon Stateaoan. .... , . . . .
Trespass Notices;
For Sale
Tresspass Notlcea, alio 14 Inehea bf
, 8 inches, printed . on good 10 onset
canrata bearing tha words, "Netiea It
Hereby Giren That . Troaspassiag h
Strictly Forbidden On These Premisel
- Under Penalty Of .Proaeention. Prtet
lfie each or two for B5e. fitateama
PnbUaaiag Company, Salem. Oregon
' - - "-S-ati
recollect where, if at all, we have
eenieach other." ' . ;
t "Suits" me," J)Sckr declared la
conically. Indeed, I do not think
he could have said anything more
without bursting into 'laughter at
the flamboyant . diction - used by
his old comrade , '.
"We are charmed," I murmur
ed formally. . "v- ',--,'..,' . t-
"It is so kind of you," he re
turned 'i: wonder if fryou could
do me; a very, little if avorV: .,' ..
s He stepped , to the open door
Of the taxi on the Uide next to mei
drew from his pocket three, short
pieces ol tvire which he palmed
so deftly that I was certain Claire
Poster bad not seen them. I was
sure, however, that for some reas
on he wished me to notice them.
? "If yon .could give me a piece
of paper and a string." he' said
deferentially. I wish to wrap this
Bp for safe cartage back: to ' tbe
house we left." ,
' . -v'. '': ':.;'-:'ir-..
(To be continued)
It.- an-;4.qien .question which
creates the most liars the In
cone taxYfhalcg or golf.'-
FOR IJEr-piJscellaneonsl, ,
Beautiful Oregon p.cs.
: Aad alavas athar -Oretoa aaaa U
- aansa; aaerad Mtngt sad JDJ
f rTUaxiFOB iw- J. v J
-''pelsl wrlcea la quantity ; .-'
mmhUtTt homa aineUx. 8aa4 Jlr
Western Xlcnsstsr
TO pae ew ta tta fclr aditl
OSIO0K T1UCUES3 UOSTSd V
-atsTa. Ontinareial Stgsiom. V.
NUKSERY. STOCK . . fi
CUTHBERT VF9-tmvm fn
. Excellent qnaUy. Thona 8t5. . t n18
vok" S4.LE S0.O0O STRAWBERRY -
plants 121 of the best kind 25 onta
ir nunded you dig them or M o-ts. ,
er hnndred dag. . Home Realty Co.
. 169 .South High. Phono 1718-' Sa-mlS . t .
ETTERBERG 'ND TREBLA STRAW-
heTry planti. New $2.23 ,
nl.ntt.
l'hone 80F1I.
8a-Ml5
INSPECTED UEE POTATOES - FOR
.arly planting. ' Netted Ueaas fr Ubl
nse. Must be satisfactory or money
, will be refunded. sYew-Pnrk aroeery
Msrket, 705 S. 12th St. Phone O.
,, si nntB
Cherries and Prunes
; REDUCED ...
Prunes,' 8c; Royal Annes 20e up.
Oeneral nursery atock ot attractlra
-prices. Warren wJ!ttrery, 655 .Ferry.
Phone 104F24. Ba-Jnl
prune Trees
Coat Jinprored French. 3 -to -4 ft.
9e: 4 to 6 ft.; 10e; 0 to 8 ft.. 1.1c.
Italians aajno price. Frnit and Walnat
trees.. Phone lUQif , High -and Vjxy.,
Fruitfand N oey. f i:li &tf
Willamette Yallsy
Haa a Salasyard. at 2SX Cenrt streeV
at Kennedy n point ahop. aappoaite-iBn.
aick'o atore. All kinds ot fruit and nut
tree. rJJr. Bean'a Big Frenefc prone
apecialty. Offiee-pbono J16. icea.
105F5y'JeO Math is. , Prop. , fla d!4tf
FOB SAIJi I4re8t4Si j
JJ200 POUND TEAM,,. HARNESS AND
-wagon. Phone 411. . P.. E. Shafer. .
- . 9-ml4
FOR SALE CHESTER: WHITE SOW,
' - nd 9 pigs; Chester white bow and sert
en p4s; Tegtstered-Cheater white sow,
farrow in April; ten 90-pound, ghosts
: B. E. BOWER, Sublimity; Ore. - 9m 17 '
THOROUGHBRED YOUNO. JERSEY Caw
- 1119 Fifth street Wert Salem., 9 -5
VETERINARIAN . 1XR. -HATTER SON
; pfcooo as-w. - - - o-oaow
FRED ;3V . LANOB, .VETERINARIAN I
Oftieo 480 8. CoeamarciaL fhone 1181
-Rea. Phone 1(6lnJl , , -"2tf
WOOD FOR 43AXJ3 11
FOR DRY: WOOD iCAXLT TTF4- ll aia
DRY BLAB WOOD AND-SECOND grow
i for aale. Phone 1755. ; il-5
15-INCH DLD FIR SECOND GROW 13
.akandoab. fhoao 1F. M. I. Msr-
field.. . .. - Xl-flStf
. GOOD COAL DRY WOOD
PROMPT DELrVKRIE , ';
: HJLLMAN FUELi CO. ' "V
. ..PSOXtlM
V. , t ,- , -..11-J28.
PRY WOOD, FOUR FOOT AND 16 Inch
Dry mill wood, f 4.7 6 par Wad. Phoa
xaza-w, , - - -. .. iimn
WOODSAWINQ JUDD AND SCHMIDT,
BEST GRADE OF -WOOD
4 ft. and. IS inch. V
,Xry mUl wooi. ' Vv
Green will wood.
Dry second growth fir. - "
, ,Xry and old itr.
.Dry-o ft. ah, maple and eakt
FRED ii. WEDLS
Prouipt-'detiTery-apa " reasonable' prlea
2oO-oath Caureh. Phono 1543 llmCtt
BEST BECONT gKOWTH FIR Tj OAS
89. OaH IICI. Il-d27w
WAX TKI -Jmployment 12 f
HAIR CUT FOR GIRLS OR WOMEN,
&. 40 K. 'Cottage. liimlS
FOR GARDEN PLOWING AND 'TEAM
. work, phone-1F3. ' 12ml4tf
EXPERT STENOGRAPHER DESIRES
position. 5 yean experience. 394- States
man. . v- - v . . i - iJ-mlS
TRACTOR PLOWING OR ANY ;TRAO- -.
tor work.. One 14 ioehnllcer plow to
trade for good cow. Phono 87P."'
... : - - -- ; - - t&mn '
AUTO MECHANIC, 17 YEARS' XPKR-.
. ieneoall snakes of ears, lately enrpioy- '
f 4 io--iataie;oTe p.rwinatwt em-.
nection with ' reputable firm ia Balem
. or neighborhood; selling ability, rood
persoooltty ; osld -lake charge- if neces- '
'"Mry.iAJJress 1U)X .23, tiUttsiaan.
-' IVAXT:i Mlacellsuiou "l3
WAXTED MALL RIDING JIORSE, or
i pony for ,irL -..Call 160 N. 17th. - -
. . - a - - lata 15
WANTED A 5 OR 6 ROOM MODERN"
house from S500O to $60oo cash. Not '
too far ouU- -Call at oar eftice and giro
na particulars. We -bare two cash cus
tomers. Home Realty -Co 189 South
High, Phone 172S 12-B1&..
WANTED . PRIVATE MONEY F03
, farm loans. Wa are aereral arpUea- ,.
tiona on hand. .Hawkins 4t LvOerts,
. Ine 305 Oregon .Building. la-ditf
Cash paid for - false teeth - j
.dental gold, pUtinam and discarded
Jewelry. Soke Bmoltisa and Win in '
Co Otaego. Michigan. ... li-JiTiI "
WOODRY THE lAUCTIONTER BUY
.used tnrnjtax0.4or eaah. Phone . 61L
eMMaaaBBaiaBMaaateaasnM
- HELP WAXTEPFemale Ut,.
GIRL .FOR HOUSEWORKV 335 SOUTH "
-Gutter StcoeA. ,-,.- ... -,i7mii.
WANTED 50 WOMEN AT ONCE Good
jnyj pleasant work. 1849: State u
- ' '- - - - - ? - - 17-mlS- -
TYPISTS TO TYPE AUTHORS' manu.
scripts, spare time, axperienee nnaeeea-'
ary. Typist Service Bureau, 40 Clin
ton St Newark. New Jersey. 17m27 -
GOOD POSITION FOR PUBLIC STEN
. ographer with experience. - . .
-' HOME REALTY CO. .
169 S. High St. 17 ml
IIIXl WASTXD-jii :a a3
WANTED MESSENGER. , APPLY AT
Western Union. 18-mI3t
QjumiYu eggs 21
fob BALCcnATcnira ec
, hundred. Phon C21'2.
-13 Vcr
21-metf
RHODE 'ISLAND RED CHICKS; AN
r..". Tnsiay. Phone
-1HF14. A. L. Lindbeck. '2lml7
ivD3 HATaUNO ECG3 4
.in sirsia. e.
Ji. 16th street, phone 1877-W. ?l-al-
i er-
11 i::;J
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