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8 ' Issued pally Except Monday by
spa tTATzsiCAV pusutsaxNa compact
- j SIS South Comsaereisl Sfe, EaUm. Oregon t
B. J. Hendricks
oka I Brady
Frank Jaekoskl -
- -. aaatxxB of thb associated pbxss x
Taa Associated FmmIi eflusrey- ttUtM to thes lor publication ef ell aawa
dispatches credited tais r not otherwise crdited ia this utw aad also the local
Ssws published ketfiSU . " - "i' " ' '' : r . " '
... - - - , - , I . . ... ; BtTSISESjl
VWmm 7. Clark C4 Kr Tork. 141-145 Wu 8ta St, Ckleafo, MtqaUa Bnll4-
- - ' 1 liifi-W. S. arothahMrr. '
ronuna uiivea. sai woretr Jtidt
Jdb Department J
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,; - - BIBL3B THOUGHT AKD PBJLTXS , ' ,'l ';3"ifr'"a.
", Prepared T Radio BIBLE SttVICE Bnreaa. CiaelaaatL Ohio.
11 paraata vUl aava ibeir ehildrea memorise the daily Bile aaleetiaaa, it vU jpreTa
F-.''-'-; -March ll.r9ftS.v-i f i ';!- f.
GREAT POWER FROM G0D':4Benbld. I give unto you power to
tread on aerpentsland scorpions, gnd t?rp(r aljl tbfrpirwer.ot an-fnini;
and nothing shal by any means hart you. Luke 10: 19.
PRAYER: O jLOl-dT mosnTtgi7"we" "seek ld dwell In the secret
place where no ejrll thins can befall us.- - - r : c:; u ;
If the Eugejie Register would
that paper Bhoulcj look at the snjec with both y9 op?n." -Its prefr
ent tendency is to shut one eye.l" Jt refuses to eee the pbyious1 fact
tbat the farmer i suffers because
supply and demand but must majte his purchases la a protected and
monopolized marker. That Is a'4ne fld f1?9 ?5f fIr' yet that f
exactly what thf1 high pro'tectie"tariff policy calls' for. It has
. worked with unuitpa se,Terity sine. the. ar becAuselduring' war time
industrial, prices jrose to unprecejdenleil heights) 'and- the high tariff
has prevented thjose grfcei - f rpmf droppiii'5 as war time farm price
dropped. " r. j"V " . , r , ,n;jA ; ' Jet T4 Z"J, Hr:. -l',;.u .
Ayiong.aa nUnufactptin prfces are( tnflatexl by protection while
farming prices ar deflated Ty cosietltlida "an Ihjistlci Twili .be vorketf
op. agriculture, jrhe'gerftlemen ?rho Cafk vso grandly autftjeaw
of supply and deniiind stfpnld spekfp fii easjef jt ; tadujtrll brothers
who think they ijaiast be coddiede ty' terlff tegtoiationl' 3ot pff the
special privileges j those men enjof and jail will be; well. The farmer
can sell competitively if he ca buy! upon - the same basis. The
trouble is not with farm prices, i Is tle industrial prices. They are
kept. high by an artificial .process! and the burden of that bonus falls
mostly upon the farmer. Why try "to dodge the issue? j
'.We will solve the farm probem when 'the country gets down to
basic economic facts and puts favoritism aside. Those who are not
ready to do that Tare not ready fe, restore farm prosperity. - Advice
that we cut dowji farm production js puerile. If .a farmer could
get rich by . raisiag half a-crop lie would dp It without newspaper
tounsel. !Sew laiid brpught un,dr cuitlyation by irrigatipn or any
other process amounts' (o but littte.. Our increase in farming area i
not prpportibnate o ,mr growth Ha population, president Coolidge
admits thatA- ' : - ; j "T -: . T'1
t Those who argue for curtailed production and for abandonment
of reclamation oter anf alibi, notj a remedy.' They Vfould stifle the
development of pfegpo and all other farming states in order to give
manufacturing combines special privileges they do not need and
should not have, fhy not play fja'ir? " Why su'pporf the' disease and
then chide the vicjimbecaiyMi ie Buffers? That adds insult to injury.
.The Eugene tegl8ter is one i the best newspapers in the state
and, if a credit to Its territ5ry,.butlike" most of the jfess f ofTers the
armer mopnshlnl when he meed only the sunshine qf fQUal f
lor all and specia pririleges for no one. , ; j j tuHif 1
" v.'-:-!.' 1 -:. -. j , s . .
J Tie above; from the" &i)tQP JJait J Oregpnian was
brought out byjan article in the Eugene Register advocating
the cutting dowjn of f arm r(ucUpn : " 1 j- r
And they 4re botH wrong' dead wrong ; ; ,1
,' And any Sensible farmer might with justice cry, "A
plague on both yjou.r' hoesr-. ;! h'j r
' The rnarke for 95 per cent of what the; American farm
er grows is in tke United Stales ; for all of what he produces
of most crops.) Is there a sensible American farmer who
" wants to deprive both "his customers and himself of the pn
ection they hare in' the' tariff rates T against cheap European
and Asiatic competition ? - j i
Is there a jiherry grower fin Oregon or on this coast who
does not want protection against ihe ! cheap cherries of Italy,
Spain and France?
Is there ai wpol grower twlo does not want protection
against Australian and other foreign wools? i : - .
Is there a fwalnut grower who-dos not want protection
against the Mancriatt pr
wants to;relurifree7cdm the Chinese poultry
man? Or, a panut raUeriwhoidoes-
against, the -gpber of the 5 Oriehttl f fe
and ask the saifre question. " -vi :?, . J : ? j
- ilThe fact m that if we had had a fixed policy of protec-tion-or
AWerlcan industri.erpm ''.thbeigliming, and had
made our wcduitry self cqntaned, as it should be, we would
not now have any. agricultural products at all to export. We
would be usin them all, anji importing; more fromforeigii
countries. are tending that yay now. Vfe will soon be
importing instead of exporting wheats- I '"
But we would not be approaching that condition if we
did not have prosperous industries. We would not have an
increasing honie Tinarket for white flour if our factory work
ers were obliged to compete ion an equal basis with the low
wage countries pf Asia and Europe. : :
' So both aie dead wrong. We da not want: to cut down
farm product. We want! to increase it, but diversify it.
We want to proiuce i all. of oiirSvool, instead of less than h,al
of it; all of our sugar instead of about a fifth of it; all of our
linen product instead' of a! small fraction ro U; allour
potato starch nd flour and lextrine, instead of a yery. small
proportion of thonr- . j - - v . ' -
And so on through a long
We cannot rapidly expand our home markets without
tariff protectin." Absolutely we cannot. The man is dippy
on that subjeit who thinks we can! " And if weshaU; expand,
them by becofiing'a self contained nation, there will be. no
call f or curtaifing our crops-- ' " v i j? 6 . v
But on th contrary a continual urge or increasing them.
-r ABOUT &ATHTUBS
An estimate indicates that there
is one bathtub Ifor. every "twenty
persons in thft United . States.
while there is an automobile for
every seven persons. It does look
as though we fiad decidedly dif
ferent opinions ia regard to our
. - t - V Msasgar
Maaager Jo Dept.
-ftPEICK; f-. -i ?. .vl - t
KMn 03i JtKoadway. Albert arm, affr,
' Cfrtulation Offita
B4Metf nnw .
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THET ARE JJOTH WRONG I '
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(Pendleton Iast Oregonlan) h? I '
help solve the farming, prphletn
he has to sell ; under the lav of
creature comforts. But we really
need more bathtubswv The fact is
that the building code of a city
should not permit a house to be
builtrithbut a bathtub. Of course
. - rill -. t j -
we nave we wasciua wnicn
requisitioned every Saturday s
but the washtub. hallowed as
to the memory of our childhood,
can-not take the place of S .r.eal
hoBeit-to-gopdness bathtubs r
I Of course the automobile has
pne ataptage -there" is no real
substitute for it. A ahorse ; and
buggy is too slow for any use and
airships are out of sight In inpre
ways than one,; so that ! the only
real way of "getting around now
is by automobile while the bath
tub has as we mentioned the
family .washtub and then also the
creek tp compete' Jfth and, pos
sibly it has done very ;well under
the ' Circumstances but not well
enough. Cleanliness Is first cousin
to godliness" and if we are : going
tp improve ' tiV relatfqnship; Ve
must sppur.OQr bodies niPTP-
It is noticeable that in many
ways we ! are Improving in our
humanitarian views. A case ' In
oJnt s just now occupying
atjeptipn in Marion bounty. "A
man nained Swartz was blown up
jy a premature dynamite' explosion.-
In the hearing' to de
termine definitely the cause of
death, innnendos appeared that
the man had been suspected of a
crime about'a year ago. District
Attorney John C. Carson tpok the
ground that these insinuations
having been brought to light, the
family of the decease had a right
to Vsk the state tp probe the ru
mors and establish their verity or
officially disproye them,
f 'It is a new angle of the law but
it is one of the finest' angles we
have ever seen and it shows; the
splendid conscientiousness or tit.
Carson as well as the improved
condition of the p'ublic mind. The
fajnily bf this nian hai ho xighV to
rest under a whispered suspicion
and has' a right toemand of the
state a thorough investigation.
Coolidge as vice president sat
in at the cabinet meetings. Dawes
as vice president refused to do so.
That is the difference in the two
men. Coolidge is deliberate and
can stand by and hear most any
thing said without getting excited.
Dawes can not sit on the sidelines
without at least rooting' ,in the
game, and if things go too wrong.
he Js liable tp break -up a piece of
furnture or two to throw at the
umpire. It remains to'1 be seen
which character triumphs, but as
a matter of fact we need both.
We need a cool man like Coolidge
and a rough and tumble man like
Dawes. It does not pay to hare
the waters top placid; neithfr does
h, pay 10 nare them too turbu
lent. Coolidge "and Dawes" neu
tralize each other to mighty good
A SEIZURE OF POWER
The senate, jealous of its pre
rogatives,' has been aggressive "for
some years. It has attempted to
usurp executive authority now
Under Roosevelt the executive Was
enlarged. The senate believes that
Coolidge is a weaker man and the
prerogatives can be returned, it
is not a good argument. ' ' t
The people have come to look
upon the' executive as the head of
the government and the tendency
can opt be changed. The Warren
rejection was unwarranted and is
being condemned ; all, u over the
country. The only'' 4ope "is that
President Codlidge'i.ai ; enough
fight In him to carry"hlm thrbttgh.
t be cannot le in 'tVe" beginning
patropage'ie certainly cajipt
fib jujwaru i-ae ciose woes : (ne
offices, are all filled. , -
. When the late Judge McCourt
declared that the only war to 'en
force the, prohibitory law was
uner the conspiracy . act, he
started K something. ' Connecticut
has passed a law on this point
and other states will follow. The
Rev. ERNEST U. SHANKS, Pastor of the
First Baptist Church" : "
J. :iZ 71 lARCif 18, 923 V .
John 8:1-30. "The Light of the World.M
The Ad nitrous Woman. 1-11. -
.Christ's Witness of Himself.' ' 12-20.
Contentions and Questions. -, SI -SO. '"
Key: "I -'Am From Aboyei." - v
Memory verses: 11, 12, 28. , . '
WHhE1 He condemned sin in every for pi and allowed, "no 'excuse
for it, yet Jesus wrs always tender towards the sinner tbat
showed repentance. . Instantly perceiving the 'desire of the heart He
was "qulck'tp' respond to the cry of the soul. How- unforgiving men
are; hard and cruel. . Themselves sinners,' thinking to cover Up their
own slni by condemnation of others. Boastfng of their parentage
and descent from Abraham, and yet' showing a spirit that revealed, a
fatherhood of very different character; even descending to deeds of
the mosr hellish type. Plainly misunderstanding the Fatherhood of
God; and all that is involved in thai great mystery, they develop the
most bitter opposition to His Son:
woman lor nerstn even while their own. hearts were full of sin, and
later took up stones to burl at Him for pointing out the true char-
Xejther do I condemn -thee: go
more." .-. V'. ."' .'.
I ' mrn ilia HiIi F h a Vn.'tlmf MlAiriifli 1T rV, 1l ,lt. I
Iht la darfhess, but shall have the light pfJUe." ; V; v 1
,- , f I"" 'Z-- - - , x -25,- . ,,V - I
11 -- t i'Whea ve have lifted d the on-of Manthen shatf-ve ;khaw that!
man who buys liquor .Is worse
than the man, who feU it because
he is tempting a man, to violate
the law; 'He doesn't have to buy
the fiquor. He Tbus "it" T because
je wants to, knowing'he is violat
ing the ' law and' the - poor deII
who yiolates the law for a, little
filthy lucre lis more to be pitied
than ! the slick individual who
sins with his eyes wide open. .
f i n - CITY HEWS T
meeting of representatives from
the city council,' realtors, and
chamber members discussing re
numbering of houses in parts of
Salem.-:. : -
(ilrl Reserrea Meet ,
1 The Girl Reserves of the Me
Cinley Junior high met last night
at the Salem YWCA"'for a pep
party and membership drive.' Miss
BerhIce'Mulvey,' Willamette i uni
versity student, is directing. ' f
Griffith Named Director-
-1 George' P.J Griff ithot the ."Mar
lon Atto company and "deputy
state treasurer, has been' named
director for "district J?oI 2 of the
Oregon Motor association; " This'
dfstrict comprises ' Marfon, Polk,
Yamhill and" Tillamook counties.
He will, serve for oneear.Dur
Ing the year the association has
grown from 1145 to 1894 mem
bers.,' Loaves, for Greece -
': Theros Bessos lert yesterday for
Greece" where he plans' to Join, his
family. 'After 1 spending : a:, ' few
weeks-with friends and relatives
he "plans to return" to the United
States -with the family and to set
tle' in the Willamette valley., , '.
Public Off iclais Travel' ; '
li.' H. Corey an& fcdward . Os
trander, public service commis
sioners, accompanied "by William
Ellis and A. M. Devers, attorneys,
have' left tor Washington: TJ.' C,
where they will De ptt state busi
ness for" several weeks. ' " ' " '
Nfw Pastor Is Coming
Iter." Charles & Ward wired
yesterday that" his Ohio church
had released him for the first of
May. This means that he will ac
cept Hue pastorate ' of the First
Often need stimulation
t t- : i ir -1 - a
r . rcca inem ana ...
i The greatest advances In mod
ern medicine pertain tff glands.
We have learned how to feed and
stimulate them by using extracts
' Now Jiealth and youth are
brpught back to millions, ,twho
could n.pt; be helped- Jn thk old
days. . ... " .i v .
.' Now, in a like way we ;use jox
gall .' for . the liver. , I That's I our
largest, most: important .gland. No
drug known can stimulate It, but
ox gall does. ':' ;j. j."
-' '", Results In 24 Hovrs 1
Torpid' livers , cause ' "countless
troubles. Almost everybody" suf
fers them at times. " The .bile se
cretion becomes scant, ' Indiges
tion and constipation follow. '
The bile combats germs In the
intestines. When it is lacking the
germs " breed by millions." ' They
feed' to the blood a constant
stream of poisons." "; " "
Those pelsons cause heart and
kidney" troubles, high1 blood : pressure,-
premature " bid age , Tiey
cause Impure blood and all that
results f.rom iC ' "
There are multitudes of people
whom; ox gall wjli help. Many
can be helped in a large way. ' Re-
suns n prompuy people wno
suffer should learn what they
mean at our risk. , . '..
t ' : fDoii't Be Deceived - ;
Ox gall has become so .famous
that many poor kindsrare "offered.
Be careful - Th right kind ' Is
named Dioxol. Each tablet "con
tains ten drops of purified ox gall.
The results are quick and often
amazing. They are guaranteed
-Remember . the name Dioxol.
Ask your' druggist today for a
DOt.' : .
' 0arantee: iavne nt aatiafled vitk
reaulta from the first box of Dioxol may
retnra tfee-emptr box t the makera and
receire hi meney . back. Adr- .o
THE GOSPEL ACCORDING
' TO CT ttXTTKT rr r
They would have stoned the.
thy way; and from-henceforth sin
-Pi'-: -i"i .
Congregational church of Salem,
q iWhich place i he iwas recently
elected;"' ;The Ispalch" j rei
Ceived by t".! E.' "Keerr -who wa?
ehairman"of the committee'' of the
church tp seenrg' a 'pastor. It is
to- be resumed " that Iter. Ward
will arriverheM ' about the lirst
ot'May., Y V- ".
Manager Beaches Jew Yodt
7M. J. Newhonser general man
ager of the North Pacific cooper
ative prune exchange, reached Jfew
York last weejf f rom a wb months
trip abroad during which he Visit
ed "the principal prune markets of
Europe and the United Kingdom.
Mr. Newhouse will spend some
time in Eastern markets, including
Boston, Pittsburgh; Philadelphia,
and MontreaU . cpnf erripg - with
brokers . and . making; necessary
changes at some points.. The New
York- Commercial, an Important
business i pewspapej of that city,
gave considerable prominence to
in interview with Mr. Newhopse
while he was in New York on the
European prune situation.
Solon Makes Refund
' Charles J. Shel ton, representa
tive in the state legislature from
Baker, has returned to the secre
tary of state here 1 18.60, repre
senting an over payment In con
nection with - his services during
the recent legislative assembly.
Representative Sbelton said in his
letter that the secretary of state
had computed his. mileage based
on the distance between Salem and
Halfway. The mileage should have
been computed on thes distance be
tween Salem and ' Baker." The
money returned by Representative
Shelton. has Wen restored to the
legislative" fund. i " ' '7' , '
The Splendid Cut : ;(..
Of Col. Carle Abrams which' ap
peared . iix the 'Wednesday 'morning
issue of The Statesman was re
printed through, the courtesy of
Th Portland Telegram. The cred
it r was inadverteptly omitted. . '
Pleads Not Gnjltjr Y
: Geprge Hppt.- arrested on a
charge of vagrancy, entered a plea
qf not guilty when arraigned in
the' justice court yesterday. -His
ball was placed at 2 5 , and was
not furnished. He was arrested
while attempting to sell wq boxes
qf cigars to downtown merchants.
t ! PERSONALS T
L. ' - .
dJohn W. Orr, 'local 7 business
mab, visited Dallas yesterday. "
' Harold Ware ! was " a McMinn-
viHe visitor y'esterdav. - -;- ;--
' fR. 8 Melson, Salem business
mab, visited' In r Portland yester
ay ; with' J. M. Post on matters
of business. Mr. Post is with the
Reining ton Typewriter "company. ;
1 alter Bl MInier' and" family
ate" returned ?'f rom "Newport
Tyhere they 'have " tieen spendfng "a
few days. ." ,.., . '"7-" i
- .Elmer Beach' was in the city
from Jeff erson yesterday. "
Mr and Mrs. A. L. Ram er of
Albany transacted business here
'- ''Mrs. W. N." "Bilyeu of Lebanon
'waV a Saleni yigltor yesterday.' :
'B. W. Small of Seattle was In
the' city 'yesterday installing a
g I m
t " &tt4, MM, Man .727 w . . f I . - ai mtm mmMb
r:i . , ; . t ' .77
t'Y ' - ' ' Y " gfeji-Y ,,.- -
'7 - ' '
s7" - - - ' ' mmmmmm . (:'M - mmmmmm
1 1 1 1 ' 4- Ui
1 Act of breathing
11 Rarely7 Y
12. A wlse.cquselor . ...
14 A rencb coin t -
15 A sUte (ab.)
Ig'An article '
17 'Color'.. ,' ;r '
lg To furrender, "
22 A short poem
23 Periods of time (ab.)
24 Rodent a '
24 Snug residences " .
28 Hearty, enjoyment
3Q A ma who-marrjed his inother
31 A . French land measure
SA.The.Wth Latl) ' ' '
Zt JUng (Fr.) , ,
l Sister (ab.)
40 To corrode
4 Eler-frltted particles
ii The father of one pf the tribes
of Israel -38 A Sylvan "deity.
4 -Three iettefs of the alphabet 33' A caravansary
in consecutive order - 45 G0dbf Jhe" underyorld ab.
45 A mathematical dot (ah.) .:..! -tleiKlit faia.i '7 Y
4 Egyptian go i ' ' Y " '
4S An ntpmctjcal. process ab;)i
ii Once, a year . ; I ' "'-' v
5Jjj Like the -AlysOo- V-
' a Phomi SrfdTertislng Dept.
OLAJtSXrtfD APYgBTlSCMgafTS " ,
Kate per word: .
Per laaertioa - , .i ' .
Tarea iaiertioaa ' o
' Oa Heal lataU
T. K.TOaD I "
(Ovtr LadF Boak Bask)
BXTOBJI TOT LEAYX TOUB M.QVM
OB OJJt HAVB rr
777 Insured Properly
fbeaa 161. Baeka Beadrieka,v T7. 8.
' aak Bldg. aSStf
The Lutheran Settle
7 - ... - i Vt
- will help bth-r a
, HOMISEEKZB AND HOMESELLEB
7 - ' ' wWita -.'
: 'Realtors ft Insurance, Phone 1013
Yietor 'BeH nelderr'See',y. nBoiaI"4-B-e
- D'Arcy Bldg. " AS
Fire proof haiUiag. day and sight
aerviee, per month." 1889 N. Cap
ftol Texaa garag. 14tf
BOHEELAK' AUTO WRECKINQ CO. Will
' bay yaar-td ear." Highee eiah prlee
- paid. 1085 N. Cenunereial St.- -jltf
NOTICE SALEM AUTO - WBEOKINQ
.' Oouow open- for hnatseaa. Get ear
' prieef 'before aelbnai er baying.' 40J-8.
tWOS-R.- - . t- t , 1-jBltf
'j ; AIJIO BEPAIKtSG S":
CALX, AT THE SHAMROCK OARAGE
taad get estimates on your 'auto repair
work. - We wil aaT you money. All
work guaranteed. Kight and day eer
lee 3S3 MUler ft Commercial. Phone
I142-M. - - - g-a!2
' " ACTO TOPS
FOB WINTEB ENCLOSURES Curtain
' work, efe, aee 0. J. Hull, 4 IT gtate.
PBINTED CARDS, 8IZ1 14" BY Hi",
' wording "For Rent," price 10 centa
: each. Stateaaaar Bualaeaa Office, ea
GroAd Xloor. '- r' -r "
diathermy treatment machine In
Offices of Dr. B. H. White.
Mrs. Ruth D. Espy was a visitor
in Salem'Tuesday from Wpodburn.
7 .TJ. 'G. Shipley made a; trp to
Portland yesterday on business.
jTEEP YOUR BODY
. For headache, constipation,
indigestion, biliousness, bad
breath, laziness and that
:.wprn out' feeling; take two
They keep men, women and children
full of pep,' health and happiness
because they keep them plean inside
! 50 for 25 cents. Sold eitrywhtn '
63 What the whale did to Jonah
"(pres. " tense) "
" "POWN ' '
. 1" Retrograde . ", , , r . .
- Zt Evades'
3 Western state (ab.)
4 Hawaiian .food v .
. 5 A Mohammedan' priest -' '
. -6 To collect Y 7 ' : : .
, Z A" number "' . 7
& A .prefix meaning not ,
? Different ones '' r
10 A confection
11 Second place of Importance v
13 Having power to revive
26 Part of the foot
1 A" Japanese coin
28 The netting ofa tennis racket
231 To employ .. ... ' i
22 A lod'ger ' . Y '
S5. To edit again
5 A Large gully
HA river that bounds the U. S.
t ! and Mexico (ab.) " .
One of the TJ. SJ '(ab.)
An.w.lt!?. P- TPe?iay,9 Yuzzle " '7
One week (tlx lniertioBi)
On, nABth . J
Bix montbi' contract, per month 1
1 aioatha contract, per aionth 120
Minimum for any aa'
FOR RENT Apartments S
FUBX1SHED- APARTMENT, 1ST Floar.
2?5 North . Summer St. -" 5-m2l
4PABTMENTS 288 K. OOTTAQB. 6aU
NICELY - FCBSISHED APARTMENT,
590 Union. Phone 567J. 5-m21
FURNISHED HEATED APARTMENT
'.laaa; RAata street. a-mxa
NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT-
? lor rent, S "tooma, neai. priTato oan,
don atmiral .1133 Court St. 5-ml3U
IF YOU WANT BETTER FURNISHED.
nicer artaaged and cieaner. apan--:
nMta a the Patton Aparirkenta,
dowa tewa 7diatric. CaU Patton';
; Srvnk Stare. - 6-mltf
FOB RENT APARTMENTS 891 H.
.; " FOR REXT Rooms fl
FURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD. 43.5
1633J. - i
FOR RENT -Houses
FOB RENT 5 ROOM STRICTLY MOD
- "erniUt; 664 Ferry atreet $35. Strict
ly modern 7 ruom ivoaM 540 K1U atreet
?4&. . room bouae, joder' except
basement 2180 Lee St,-partly -iurhiah-
ed 425. - Becke jH,ndrtciL4,f . a.
Bank Bldr. -?-m8tf
FOR SALE ailscellaneoaa 8
AUCTION SALE GOOD FURNITURE;
? range, phenorrapa, vrefrigeratof, tools,
'"ate. at 360 Leslie St, thia -Shwraday.
1:38 D.: m. 8-ml
HONEY BXS AKD QUEENS PHONB
, .DC . . fi.MlH
PBIWTUn riARDfL SIZE 14" BY 1U
wording. 4Boomtr Reat,,;-iwia 10
centa each. State man Buaineaa atfiea.
Ground' floor.'". .
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZB 8" by 8",
SO reeeipt forma ta book, 15 cents per
book or two txoka for 25 centa. States
man office. 215. South Commercial,
" Salem." - .....- 8.f25tf
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, It
v eenU a bundle. Circulation departmant
Orama Statnaman. ' " ?
Xrespags Notices -For,
Treaspaaa NoOeea, aiaa 14 Inehea b(
9 inches, printed an . rood. 10 ooad
teavau bearing the worda, "Kotiea'M
Hereby -GiTea- That Treaapassiag I
SUietly Forbidden Oa Theae Premlsel
Under Penalty Of Proeeeuaon. Prtea
1 So each ar two fer 25e. ( etateamaa
Publishing ..Company. Salem,. Oregon,
. f. ,(.u;". l.i. i- . .' . 8-atl
VETCH AND GRAIN AND -CHEAT HAY.
route 8, boa . 67. " 8-ml5tf
Beautifur Oreson Rosi
And alevea. otner Oregoa. aonga te
f ether with a fiaa collection, et patriot
ongs, aacred.songt sad many o!4 tiaa
taroritaa. -, -
. ALI. FpB 5o . C
(Spaeial orieea In qnanUty lata)
Eapacially adaptable for aehool, com
maaity or home ainglng. Sead for
TO pagse mew U lta third adluaa
OREOOIT TEACHERS MONTH '!
SIB 8. ' Commercial - St. Salem. Or.
HAY HO DIVISION.
Hunt'e cannery. '- '
AURSERY STOCK SA
. Coata Improved French, .8 to 4 ft.
8c; 4 to 6 ft.. 10c; to 8 ft., 15c.
Italians aame price. Fruit and -Walnut
ret. " Phone 114031. "High and Ferry,
rnitland Nursery: - ) ? 8a'f25tf
'.. "f "v .,;Tr.i.'.
' Has ' Balesyard et"28VUonrt street'
at Keanedy'e-paiet shop, opposite Be
sick' a atora. All kinds of fruit aad ant
freea. Dr. Bean's Big French prune a
Specialty. ' ffiee- tha', 1815. " Res
105FV.' Jess Mathls, -Prp. - r-dl4t
Prices Quoted are wholesale ' sad are
prices-- received - by 'fanners. Ne- retail
prices 'are given: ..... -n j..
.-... CKAIH AND HAY .....
No. 1 ' soft " whtta wliejt..-?.-rr.t...; 1.88
No. 1 soft red wheat.....; ...$1.38
OatS - .,, i 65c
CaeSt hay . . .i, .j..;.. 814
Oat 'hay .J.815
Clover hay. baled i ; 815
Oat and vetch hay ; T.-816
PORK. ITPTTON AND BEEF
Hogs, 100-200 ewt'r..:. .:... 13.B0
Hofca. 200-250 ewt flS.SS
Hogs. 25O-30Q ewt ; . S13.00
Light sows ; ; i.ll.00
Dressed veal .v. , I, 16a
Top veal.; ; i. . Oe
Cows . i.:
Dreaced , pork . ! 1617e
Light liMr.;...:.....:.- ..terns nt
BOGS. BUTTER. .RUTTERTAT
Batterfatj .delivered - ,, . . 4e
Milk, per awt.' f ..... ,.; 82.20
Egfs. standards !.. J.., 2224e
fnlleta ...wi...... , . , , 0a
mmwt abbi Tmv vrui nr XAi
i lte Xw4 d V
ri l a m mm mm w aiam - w w w -ew
a. .m. m
-r ajsi cassis tii.xiLS
(Answer to yesterday's puzzle)
. fprir. Oil, JT jO
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ppfc.jC jn j jT r
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) JLiLJL U JUU'
NURSERY STOCII Y
Excellest jnal ty. Pboaa SIS. e-ml8
INSPECTED SEED' POTATOES FOB
early planUag. -Netted Gema-for table
nee. Maat be aatisfaetory or taoaey
will be refunded. Gw
FOR 8Al&IiTt0c!c 9
THOROUGHBRED YOUNG JERSEY Cow
... Tk:xw a. TTae a lam O.SA"
a ih p in n mLrvBh nwwv. wbvm,
GOOD JER8ET HEIFER- CALF. TWO
weeks old, ot pedigreed, but thor
oughbred, frtra high test cow,
FUka'a PetUnd, Pacifie highway.
- -. - y. ... g-ail8
TETERINARIAN ' DR. PATTERSOJI
Phaae 8Q28-W. . -.30 '
FRED W. UlNGB. VrTESARIAN
Oifioe 430 p. OomaareiaLPhaaallM
. Bee. Pfceao - - '
v- ' ; AUCTION SAIXS -. lO
AUCTION SALE FRIDAY, MARCH 20,
. 1:80 p. m. -oa Garden vosd,- - mlle
east. of mattress factory, food improved
- 4-acre farm and a ' lot of high-lss
furniture,- ranges, tools, -etc. C. G.
Nichols, owner, and Woodry, the auc
tioneer. , . 10-m20
",- - TTOOII FOR SALS 11
FOR DRY -WOOD - CALL-17FI; 11-aia ;
DRY SLAB WOOD AND SECOND growtt
- for 'sale. Phone 1758. Ua5
WOqDSAWING KENT BROS SUCi
cessors to Judd ft Schmidt. Phone 14
16-INCH OLD FIR SECOND- OROWTB,
.oak and ask. Phone 19F3. M. D. Mar-
"field. , : ll-fl8-
- GOOD COAL DRY WOOD" ' "
J PROMPT DELIVERIES - "
HILLMAN FUEL CO.
-fi - PHONE-185S "
, - , - 11-1201
DRY WOOD," FOUBT FOOT AND It lne
Dry mill wood, 4.75 par load. Phone
BEST GBADB OF WOOD '- '..
i a ft. and 16 inch.
Vty Mill waod.
i - . "" 'Oraea-'TOni wood.
i,. i - i-ry eecona frowia ir.
j - - vtt ana aid xir. --
j -v Iry ft ash, maple and oak'
- -t ' ' TRED B. WEIil
Prompt delivery and reasonable prleej
180 South Church.-Phone 154 llm6U
BEST SECOND GROWTH FIB 8TTOAB
' 89. Call lltl. H-daTtl
f WAiiTIDEniplpyinent " 12 "
FOR GARDEN PLOWING AND TEAM
york. phone 18F3. 12ml4t
SITUATION WANTED BY VARRRIED
man with 10 years' experience in gen
eral merchandise business aad - book--keeping;
can furnish first class ref
erences. in Salem. .1200 Statesman.
' ' lg-ltllB
ATaoaDsceRan "13 "
WANTED SECOND HAND Telephone.
. Meyers, Route 3, Box- 118 13-m24
WANTED - PRIVATE .MONEY FOB
'farm loans. Wa aaea aeveral spplicv
tions oh ' hand: Hawkins " a xberte,
IaW SOS Oregoa Bnildinc. - 4.8-441-.
GASH PAID FOR FALSE TEETH
- dental gold, platinum and discarded
jewelry.'' iioke timemng ana Aeiimsf
Oo Otsego. Aflehigan.
i h li i i 1
WOODBY THE- (AUCTIONEER BUYS
' aaed fajrnlture for cash. Phone 511.
' IIEtf WATiq---FemaIe 19"
WANTED A-1 VWOilAN COOE :' AT
Lunch Box, 188 S. Liberty. Steady po
sition. No o there need apply. -17-ml9
TYPISTS TO -TYPE AUTHORS' mana
f scripts, spare time, experience unneces
sary.' Typist fierrica Bareaa. 40; Clia
ton St Newark. New Jersey. 17m27
HELP TTANTEI Mals 18
' Western Union.
POULTIIY AXp EGGS 21
SPECIAL PRICE ON BABY CHICKS
Surplus stock,- not calls. Rocker and
Reds. While they last. 8 18 per 100. .
Phone S2F21. Lee'a Hatchery.
, . : --f 2l-ml8tf
SETTING HEN WAITED CALL 1232.-
- -- - - 21-mlS
FOR SALEGHATCHING .SGGS Per
' hundred. Phono 62F2. 21-m6tf
f i. REDS HATCHING' EGG 9, 4 ets;
hsby chicks, 15 ets., dsrk strain. 805
i N. 16th street, phone 18I7'W, 21 al
B4BY CHICKS BLACK; MINOROAS.
BP JRocks." BJt "Reds, LejhomS and Jer--Aey
Giants. FUka'a Petiand, 273 Bute
R1R HATCHING EGGS BABY ehickj
aalhetts., Phono ttt,j;"?: 21-ntlS':
BABY CHICKS CUSTplT HATCH IN O
Hatching eggs, pallets, cockerels. Psoas
8221. . , -
S LfiES HATCHERV "
r'7 ' - W '-Itt? ' '" ""' ' ''77
BARRED. BOC;,B4BY CLICK'S-'AN
hatching eggs from high grade utiiitj
and -Imperial Ringlet - stock.-- Mrs. A,
A."J?ttl'etr Botru l. Phoat 105FI2.
' Esadqaartara for Bshy Chicks
w -7 VARIETIES
164 N. Cottage Salem Phone 400
- w- - - l-f!4tl
1LOST AND FOUUXD S3
i r J "
FOUND CAMEO PINi NEAR PRESBV
terina church. Phone 1476-R. 22-ml8
LOST BROWN FUR NECK PIECE.-Un--
lined, two waeks- a go. - Ketnm States
man. Reward. 22-ml9
MONEY TO IO AN ON CITY-PROP-erty,
either building aad loaa plan er
TTitata Woaey. F arts- loans wt l--auranca
company money at 6V4 with
eommissioa added. - Ralph IL MeCardy,
. No 6 aad e, -6teeTs iloora tl r., Sa
lem. ' . - - j .f i4t
Y REAL' E3TATL-C;iy 3
' '5 1
8150 FOR A DANDY 2 ROOM BUNGA-.-Jow,
'Must 'be -moved soon. 837 N.
Cottage' St. " 25 ml8
S LARGE LOTS 8750, TERMS. You'll
ba surprised at these. Close to school
south. Tree aad view.
" BECKE HENDRICKS
L. 8. Bank Bldg. 23-ml3tf
fE 4-ROOM COTTAGE
rth Cottaee trt k.tf vin.b
from Graat school; lot 66x120; finest
oi gsraen soil; hot and cold watr.
- bath.. garage and woodshed; atreet aew
7 paeed. fares iBBrU; extra good
. Talue; price1 coers every 'hing.
SIG-C0 'Eachr2 crV tretM
... t V 1 south city limits,
tlrh, sijrhtly, wonderful riew; crrlook
- riT-r h?r-f nst bsntifal iB4irtT:9 ex.
eBaiB?-to kriz'oa in erery direction.
ry Very finest scenic saburb-
j - "sites. .., .