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R. J.! Headrlcka,
Fred. J. Tnnf
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; BUSINESS OFFICE: v 1
Thomas I. aartc Co Kev Yore, 141-145 Wert 86la fit, Chtearo, Marquette BU4
i inr. W. S. Grotfc.weh.L Mf r.
Portland Office, 838 Worcester Bldg., Phono 6637 BRoadway. Albert Byers, Ugr,
f ' TELEPHONES
Basinets Of flea . . . " Si ar 583 ClrenlaUee Office - . -Wewij
Departaaat -. . , , 23-106 Society Editor .
I Jab Department ; . . . ... . . . . 685
I Catered at tee Poetoffioe La Salem.
WJIY WILL YE DIE? Cast
sions, whereby ye Hare transgressed: make yoa a new heart and- a
Dew spirit; for why fwill ye die, O house of Israel? For J have.no
pleasure in the. death of him that dieth. ealtb the Lord God: where
fore i turn yourselves, and live ye.
J The matter of putting the finishing touches on the great
enterprise of providing Salem Vrth her second linen mill is
lagging for the moment-. . ; f
And through no fault of Salqm. - f -
This city undertook! to provide $300,000 towards the
600,000 of the preferred stock of the proposed company; and
Salem has subscribed $306,000. , !
Silverton, Albany, Jnclependence, Dallas, and other towns
of the valley, are at work making up their quotas t ,
I Then where is the matter 'lagging?- ; I 1
It is in Portland.' - A' re'presentaUxPlC0mittee of tfce
forward looking .business men' Of jthat ity pledged 4175,000
towards the total. This was done in eood faith.. No doubt
the pledge will be redeemed---'
But it should be done quickly , j : " , , , ; ; , r ' n 1 .',
If Portland will make-up
once, the other towns will quickly finish their quotas, and, the
company can be incorporated and get down to business the
business of securing the site, planning and erecting the build
Jngs, and ordering the machinery. : j
j (Haste is important, for -a humber of reasons. Not the
least of these is the fact that with the full assurance of the
success of the second linen mfll for Salem, the third linen
mill for Salem will be in immediate prospect, and the fourth
linen mill for Salem will pe more than a probability. It will
be in the stage of actual planning. ' - j
BUSINESS AND ALCOHOL
-..Hi Mi':--i-- . . ;
f' " f-rVJ (Eugene 'Guard) - ; '
"Today, in business; driiiking is out of fashion," says "A.
A. Wright, president of the Cadillac Motor Car company.
N With all .the daDy seizure of stills and the frequent
arrests of moonshiners, business men contend that drinking
is not 10 per cent of what it tised to be in the clubs and other
places J Generally speaking, it is the bootleggers' customers
who complain the loudest Jand say that prohibition is unsuc-
cessfuL . . . . ''
j To quote from Mr. jWright again: "Abstinence from aU
coholic beverages is recognized by business men as necessary
forj the highest productive efficiency. - I am satisfied that
everywhere today the use of liquor is infinitesimally small
in comparison with what it used to be. The fact precedes the
law, and the prohibition Jaw was a clear indication of the opin
ion of the American people." j
Close tabulation of the immigrants entering the United
States through i-egular -channels is made. These figures are
public property ancf are fallowed by few persons who are for
some reason particularly interested in this phase of tiational
hiktory. - .. : " ' : ' :v
J . Immigration officials keep, records of those who enter
the country through" regular channels. It is of course desir
able that all immigrants should enter lix trua way ut there
are great numbers it is aseertakied from time tc time who
do not ehter regularly; Nobodyn"J6wlor estimatethe
number coming in from Car4aat;Mexico who have t no
right to enter. Thousands of them undesirables are inter
cepted every year after having entered illegally 'and many
are deported as a menace to our laws and institutions.
1 The situation is very difficult. The long borders of Can
ada and Mexico may be crossed in hundreds of places where
there are 6 gAiarJd. i Those who :"Wish to; evade the law re
main in the border lands and gradually make their way over
the line and into this country. cC ; I; i v
J Lured here by the higher wages and more work than
can be obtained elsewhere, these newcomers use of times very
clever means to elude the officers. If they defy the laws here
they increase -their chances of detection. Many of them who
cbme into the country, irregularly. are a menace to free gov
ernment;: : j, 'Y; :-.v :'- :- '"-" j'1'
j And the people of this country are tolerant, even trust
ful to a large degree. The laws we have' regulating immigra
tion are more strict Li themselves than their enforcement.
TThis applies emphatically to our immigrant problem.
Bits Tor BreaTif ast
Over 100 per -cent
ffhat is the Salem way
T That is the way Salem responds
12 all worthy calls.
: ; V V L. V
T Near East bundle flay ti ent over
far beylnd the expected quota, for
Salem, and is still going. - .
j . '.:. - "m m K-.?"" .
The second Cnen -mUl irlve
went o-ver the top .and Uien iome,
and Is still gotris strong, - v s
' f J ?y : ":
n Now let Portland falfill- her
!nea mill pledge, and that great
W. BT. 'Jl8nr''rfoaC)";nltIoa Manager
Ralph H. Kietticg Ad Te-rntia-r Manager
fwik JMltOikl ..Manager Jee Dept.
K. A. Ixooten, , ........ Livestock Editor
W. O. Cwnw , ' , i , . . , Poultry Editor
Oregon, ea .aeoond-eleaa matter
2fl. 1023 ' . ; :': ' 1
away from you all your transgres
Ezekiel 18:31, .32.
e -J . i i f
or underwrite tlt& ? 175,000 at
enterprise will be ready xo launch,
and Salem will hare not efily her
second linen mill, bat her, third
and fourth linen mills. ,
The Slogan man la working on
the mining industry of the. Salem
district, for Thursday's Statesman.
If you can help, please do so. (The
f login editor has been in the nos
pital; Imt he is en the job now).
Salem is going to be a mining cen
ter; sure as you are 'alive. -And
the sooner the better. .
-:- ;v;;,. :;r; vV f ' .
; -Salem takes no back seat to any
Other city in the United States, or
any other eld country, in tbe'raat
ter of specialists In tie jaedlcal
profession. . Men of the cubical
.1 J. L- f
Adele Oarr!sott Hew Ptotse ol
REYELATIONS OF A WIFE
CjoPTTight by Newspaper Feature
dy'. i U
THE NAME GRACE DRAPER;
IRILTELY &PQKE WHICH i
; BROUGT-A-HOPE TO r
The engine of the big black lim
ousine -under George's - directing
hand put on a terrible burst bf
speed, an4 when it next slowed to
stop, Grace Draper a voice held
exasperation. . " i I
"The blithering fools she. said.
'The .gates are sb.uU' i
"Why shouldn't: they be?! .tbej
big man demanded. ''We shouldn't
be anxious for visitors.", , . . i
"Is that any reason why we
should advertise. the fact?" she re
torted. "The gates inside, nearer
the house, are locked,. ;and we're
profession who have made " their
marks have net come from 1 the
big cities. Most t of athem Jiaye
come ; from oSscure placesiifhe
Mayos started on their father's
farm, and are there yet and the
farm has -become n city;: medical
mecca of the wide world. So jon
up the line. Salem has not made
enough of her brilliant and thor
ough men of the: medical profes
sion. .. . . ' . ' '
The "three-dimension" moving
picture is now promised for early
appearance by a leading film pro
ducer., -With the picture , colored
and "speaking," the "movies" will
soon be about as near life as pos
ibie;: ; v - I
s : -"!'
Germans are in a way to learn
by political experience what Am
ericans long ago found out that
once in office a man may perman
ently surprise his foes white be
ing discovered by his friends, the
more democratic papers in Ger
many are now nailing Hindenburg
&s the republic' true friend, j
sr w. .
r... ' iTTT:-..7.r :'fjnc -jam;;::- iTK
: 4 - ; -!- ' --.w:LS;'il viScz: .i..::: . '!"Si.,
atMsassnaasasaa i i i suss , , , wasssasassssassasaaawassasSsssWsassn
. ati 1 1 vlph isat7 -1ft i r vo tst s i
mfe i A , mm hii f i
Akie. Leant of Ail
Cay a poppy. In this act you wilt serve two noble
.purposes maintenance of ' the Doernbecker hospital
.lor crippled children and general-aid tor- disabled vet
erans.; . i ' ; , ..: ' , . . r;
:. , Veterans of foreign "wars oreanltatfons throughout
the English speaking' world have adopted the poppy as.
their Emblem and most of them observe "Poppy Day"
when Tlowers made by disabled soldiers are sold t to
raise relief funds.. All Americans are urged to wear
this flower on Memorial Day to aid in relief activities
and to encourage friendships .between those who have'
been comrades in arms. , . . . - A
Wreaths of poppies wiir be laid on the grave of the
unknown soldier of France, another wreath , on the
unknown soldier's grave at Arlington and others on
the local soldiers' mounds or monuments wherever
there fare legion posts of those who were In foreign,
.jrara.':; f , ..;--. . ; :- ,
: The poppy which grows so abundantly on Flanders
Field, in other parts of France and in some sections
Jof our own land, means with, its bright flower, valor
;and sacrifice. Its wonderful struggle for existence
amid tramplings and neglect is indicative of the in
domitable spirit of the. American soldjer.
"Buy a poppy;"" is the appeal of the disabled, dis
couraged legionnaire, it Is reitetatefd iy his depend
ent, suffering children, lie has paid for his purchase
human liberty his all. The least jot all we' can
do 1i buy and wear a poppy in meinoriaou
certainly ; guarded .heavily
enough." . ' " . ..
George had descended from the
car and had taken a massive key
from the hand of the big man.
He now paused uncertainly.
"Shall I lock them again V he
asked. - -r , -.-.w-.,.,.
"Who ordered - them locked?"
Grace Draper countered.. ' f
:Next to the Ttfone-M
- -.' -v:it-. 'i .a--r,.n? j
s -His Royal Highness himsel f .'
the tginanJ "returned, "and "While
I thought 1 detected a Ttote df de-l
rision in his.yoice laC theUtle. J
1 also recagnixed distinct respect.
4"Bett'pr lnirlrJtKm' Strain VtA-n l
'Bettier lock them again, then,"
she- agreed. - VNo- use bucking hat
bird. ' .He's next .to .the throne
itself, the only one of the crowd
who ever talks to the Inner Pres
ence." - ' : ;
Wrhere does the Big Tangerine
come, in. then?" the big man ask
ed while George unlocked the
gates. , -; ; . '
"He doesn't come In with .those
two," Grace Draper repjied,, and J
wondered at the Irritated resent
ment in her tone. - j
; "He hasn't any higher rating
or any more authority than have,
even if he does pose as the boss
of the works. You'd better lock
those gates while George takes
the car through and we'll save a
few seconds;" - . i ' .: -
I mentally noted ' the fact t hatf
whatever Grace Draper's rank in
the evil organization, whose power
and ramifications Lillian' evident
ly had not exaggerated she was
distinctly the superior offlcerVof
Ifhfc. present expedition. The big5
tnan obeyed her as well as a well
trained lackey might have doneT
and no more words were spoken
while the car rolled over a smooth
but winding road which I .guessed
led through the .grounds ' of some
big country estate.; ; - r .
Beneath the swathing folds of
the blanket which Grace Draper
had drawn over my face, I -tried to
compute the distance ; from s the
gate to thei house by 'counting to
myself. - But soon I gave it op,
for my physical discomfort of the
gag in my, mouth, and the mental
turmoil which the bjg: man's men
tion of the .Big'Tangerine had set
up In my brain, shut out every
A Slender Reed. " ' ' -
"The Big Tangerine!" How well
I .remembered the bizarre phrase
as it fell from, Harry Underwood's
iips when I, had -dfivn to Greeh-
n rrr- i - U,r T " m i
x I ! villi 1. . 11 1 - ' . TMg. wm.s--,a 1 II .
r - ;
port aft'er his masquerade as Don
Alvarez, in the home 6t the South
ampton war profiteer. 5 Even now
against my flesh inside my bloUse
I could feel the scarab which he
had twisted from his tie) and press
ed Into my hand with the inju'n
tion: , f ! r"-v -:
"If you ever get into a jam with
a gang you don't know anything
about, give this to--the least of
fensive of theTir',: preferably a
woman, nnd. tell her to give it to
the Big Tangerine: " .1, stand pretty
well with hlm";!'jn .'liinnnto !
He had not -eiplalned bistn-
structions further,; and ; i-hadia-
I counted . lt heavily because of "his
rnrinofeatt v tnr Tnt.itfr,t
propensity for embellishing all hii
action and words with atouelr',of
theatricism. But r had .kept the
scarab upon toy person ever since,
urged 'thereto by some subcon
scious instinct of .precaution of
which I was now very glad.
It was a slender i reed upon
which to lean, nut it was the only
sign of help for me in any direc
tion.; The hope which had sprung
Into being with: the noise ot the
motorcycle behind the car nad
died before we had finished the
journey from the outer gates of
the estate to" which we had come.
or there had been 'no further
Sound; of thi motorcycle" engine, a
fact tipon .which ; both Grace Dra
per and the ig man - had " com
By ARTHUR GUITERMAN
-.-.; Ladies Home Journal -
Though violets grow in every glade '
And fair and tall the lily stands, -
Goran buy our martial poppies, made
Though steet tie golden enni that anill
ne morning--aew-arra tjt tne Trees,
What flower of garden, ' field or bill
" Ca show as dear a hue aa these '
Thefrs is the 'hue that stained the snow
, rf Valley Forgw and Brandvwine, '
That timr-d Catawha'tr turbid flow '
And Saratoga's bills of pine
That plashed the trail where Morgan Ted."
The psth of those who charged with
Wayne. . '
The dauntless wreck of Flamborough TTead
The un-di'ied ; grass of Monmouth
It d-ed the spot where Lawrfnce fell,
Where Perry held the shattered deck,
Tha Alamo's white citadel
And glory-crowned- Chapaltepec.
That hne has hallowed lowland fen .
And southland moss and norland
ice-; - -- i
The bue nf riven hearts of men, ' '
The hue of gallant sacrifice. - '
Yon boast of them that fared' onr foes
' Iiong since and shall you grudge to
, Pay I ".;..
Your tithe of what we owe to .those
Who fared our foes "but yesterday f '
The blood they gave has eqnal claims
Or when or where they stanch!
stood' " r' '
By Marne., or Aisne, or Charles or James,
At Lexington, or Belleau Wood.
The, toil, the' grief, the pain were theirs.
The eafce, the joy, the gain are ours.
Who stint and hoards Who gladly
- . shares ? , ,
Come.- buy ,jpor ' boppies .buy. our
Puhlighell' ery morning 'trxeeat Mon
day) at alein, tha capHalaf Oregaa-
Local Rslca Fcr
Dail or Runds
On tim.. 2 cent per WuiJ
Three tilnaa ... .5 tenti pet .word
fSx timrs S Cfnti per -word
One month, daily and . ...
Huuday 20 cents per word
In order, to earn the "more t nan one
time rate, actvertiitenient must run in
rooxecutiTA issues. .... . . v
, So ad taken for leci than 25 cents.
' tAds run Sunday only charged at
one-time rate.. .
: AdreKiiemenU eceept "Peraon.
alt" and "JSUuationa Wanted") wa
betaken over, tfaatalephoan, .if . tha
advert iner i a inbsmbor to phone.
.The Statesman, wilt jrecei-ve radver
tisenents at any tim V -the. day or
nirht. . To insure proper .clss idea
tions sat should he-in betore 7 p. a).
TELEPHONE "23 jBr 683 i
Mpti'y to Loan
i On Beat KstiU
I T. K. PORl
(Over I.dd is Bush Bank)
BEFORE YOU I,EAVfc YOITK HOME
! OR OAR -HAVE IT
Insured Properly r
Phone 161. cke tc Hendricks. IT. S.
Bank Bids. . 4-28 t
The ,' Lutheran Settle
7 ;ment; Bureau ;;
c will help both - "
HOMESEEKER AMD 1IOMESELLER
j-;. (-. with. : -J..::1.:.
rQ regoii ; I ttco rifed
Relv Estate Jt. Insurance, '"" PhoVTlpl'
i Victor Schneider.' Sec
Boms 4-5-6,1 IT Arcy Bldp. "a-3
''f, ' ' " 1 - J-"
i iVTF. WRECK 'EM .?!:
-'-Part' for all .ram. Wt sell "for. lest.
Get our price on trailers. Salem Auto
Wrecking Co., 402 S. Church street:
Phone .2159.- . ? - i la3tf
SCHEEI.ER AUTO "WRECK1KG -CO., will
. bay yonrwoldcar. ... iliehett cash lrice
paid. 1085 K. Commerrtal Wt. iimi
SEE US FOR TOP AND PAINT WORK.
O. J. Hull Auto Top Paint Shop.
Rear fire department. - : 6-al6tf
WANTED STRAWBERRY PICKERS. A.
B. Cowder. Route 7. Box 160. '9m26
- RELsP WANTED Male -11
WANTED MAN TO WORK ON FARM,
ree J. D. Hartwell, loth and. State
? Grocery. -: llm36
HELtP "WANTED Female 13
Phone 1394 or 58F31.
A-l . LADY COOK AGE ABOUT 30
years, permanent position. 161 S. Li
berty. -: ft - '- . ...... 13m20
inented jubilantly. ,My fantastic
conviction' had -, ineanf ; . .nothing.
after all. The men on the motor
cycle had -been. -travelers, nothing
Wore, and had ' kept .on the main
road when we "had turned to the
less-traveled road., .
-I doubted much,- however, if -I
would have a chance to give the
scarab to any messenger. . Grace
Draper's personal malevolence to
ward me was so deadly a thing
that I was afraid she meant to
mount , guard over :me herself, if
indeed she did not intend to put
me beyond the necessity bf .guard
ing. - j ' 1 : : .. vv . :
! (To -be continued ) -
l By E. R. Waite, Secretary
Shawnee, Okla., Board of Conunerea
' That' judicious advertising bf a
Busiutrss win pruve a jjiuuiauic iu
Vstnientt" -j h - -- ;?..
rijiet Jo most hoppem's.tt tells
thenl where'Whd m hat-He ty-
store, fully realizes its : responsibi
lities. : .,: - -- 'f ' ; " '-
I' That the customer expects ser
vice. 'That they expect reasonable
prices. .. . . , ' '
.;. That they expect quality.
That they 'expect -goods to be
That the store will stand be
hind the goods..
That they want to "say "my
store" and , when they say -that,
they express .the faith they nave in
the reputation t i that store for
That the merchant wants to sav
my -customers" and to.be croud
of them. . .' - '
A'mnttrai llfefae lifitween atbre
tond its customers does much to
benefit both. ' ' '
, . -i-v.w. an .witwtM ana r
prteea received by farmers. Ka retail
" ; . OBAl AND HAT
Jfo. 1 toft red wheat , , "nn
"at .j . ....... . , ,, wfc
Cheat hay .. ,.;." JL. fia
Oat, hay : tn
Oat and etch ba-v fi5
. POSE. lTUTTOH AJTD BEET
Hogs, 160 200 ewt. $13.00
Hogs, 200-250 cwt. 12.75
Hoes, 250-300 cwt. $12.50
Light sows ' ' .i . . . t a
tXpTr bens 1
a 5 i ' I8e
Broilers , ..2025e
EGGS. BUTTER, UTTfiRFAT
Creamery butter . 44Q4S
Miik, per ewt , n
Frsrs, standards 280286
I'ullet, , 2 te
AK ORECOS CORPOR.TIOX
Wita an autliofied 'capital of $2,
OOo.OoO.OO wilt open a branch office in
HaUm in -the .near .future slid tl posi
tion as District .Manarer 'will be open
to some local to an, who" mast bet a live
'wire,, a o-feter and rapable ofman
rhK crew of a'alasnlen; must ftirnih
a .bond and be prepared to -spend .a
.few days at the lioiae )ffice in Port
land tor instruction. T1i-is is .bn a
ronunlssioa basis, tut the fullest co
operation and help will be firen from
the Homo Office, and the matt who
qualities' may expect to earn,, not lest
than $500 a month. . Writer Box : 37,
care of Siatesmaa, . xi'OK . addrest.
telephone, present or previous, business
connections. , . 15m7
P P P P P P
P. P P
P P P P P,P P
. wanted " "
salesman with car
;X,istinrs and. buyers- furnished.
Yoa ishow .property listed: by
to -buyers furnished by vs.
Under our system you produce
steadily from .the start. Unus
ual oDDortunity for . advance
ment, to Mlestuanaeers position. P P
Our own officers ia 8alem and P P
Portland. See Mr. Parker per-P P
sonally. AT ONCE. . P P
PARKER RKAITY CO. F P
409 U. S. Nafl Bank Bid. P P
Commercial t Utate. f ISmOOtf P P
P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P
P P P P P P P PP P P P P P P
WANTED Kmplojiuent 19
LAW.V WORK EXPERIENCED MAN
Phone 2149 W. . ,1 .lttm-'9tf
FOR GARDES PfXWTNO. BASEMENT
aitfgnns; and team 'work, pboue 19K3.
. i - . 6m14tf
HOUSES AXD APARTMENTS FOR Sent.
F. L. Wood. 341 .State St. ,. . 21j3
HOUSE AND "APARTMENTS rHONp-
2056J. . 21nl5tf
BDiwrn finnc ei7P 11" n II.""
. wording "Fori, Rent," Pke .10 ', cental
FOR RENT 5 ..ROOM ; FLJiTV-YERY
close in,. Claan. and-modern.. ,25. AJso
., Tiouses,, $tS .to. $50. All -pari Saieo.
,fce A. ITendriclrs- U: . S. BinE Bldfe.'
lrVTlEN'lApartfnen 23 ,
SMALL J FURNISHED APARTMENT.
A PriTata bath, near cannery.; 020 Mill.
''i-i t i , 1 -1 ' ! -: 2"Jm2Gtf
CLEAN 8 ROOM DOWNSTAIRS APART-
mtM, Close it sauiu. 40 L man street,
r" " ' ' ' .'. 23m24tf
FURNISHED APARTMENTS. ALSO 5
room : unfurnished apartments. 1311
: Court street. ' 23m28
FOR RENT 2 "ROOM APARTMENT.
, 670 N. Liberty. Phone 991W. . 23m26
F.URNISHED APARTMENTS 359 -N.
APARTMENT THE BROWN, PHONE
Emma Murphy Brown. 931 or 1632R.
.ti .1 i ' 23ml6tf
APARTMENTS 268 N. Cottage. 23ntt
FOR RENT APARTMENTS 891 X. Com
i mercial. -:. I, I : 2.3 tf
FOR RENT Rooms 25
PLEASANT ROOM CLOSE IN. PHONE
-585. ; l' " 25m31
FURNISH ED ROOMWITH BATH FOR
gentleman.) . Strictly - modern homo
Four blocks from Capitol, Address 36,
. care Statesman. "" ' r S6ml4tf
PRINTED CARDS; SIZE '14 BY 7"
wording.; ' 'Rooms ? to- Rent,J ' i price iO
cent cash. Statesman Business office
ground floor. 1
FOR RENT Houses 27
6 ROOM HOUSE 3 FURNISHED ROOMS
and barber shop. , Call at 1680 N.
. Com' I : .... .. i- . , 27m31
HOUSE FOR" RENT 5 ROOM BUNGA
, low. ' Sea J, JJ. j Hartwell, 13th and
'. Ktste Grocery, i-. ;. . j ' 27ro2tt
4 ROOM FURNISHED JHOUSE. 10
room house, also 2 .room furnished
apartment. B. M.; Woods, ,700 N. Hiph
:: ! h I : . i.' i 27m2fl
FOR RENT 3 R.OOM nOUSE REAR
of lot. Suitable for 2 people. 1051
CLOSE IN COTTAGE THREE ROOMS
breakfast nook and bath, i Partly fur
nished. 920 Mill, i : 27utl7tf
FOR JRENT 7 ROOM HOUSE. 703 N.
Winter St.. $35; garage. Becke Hep
dricks, U. B. Bank lildg. t 27ml9tf
FOR RENT DWEliLING AT 10.12 SafcS
- inaw; 920 per month. Call at States
man business office,! or Iiecke It Hen
: dricks. ! I . .'' TaStf
FOR SALE SPANISH-OREGON BUN-:-
-sratow. .Jnst completed. Modern . 4
-and 5 rooma' each. .: ' A real iome "at
'i' A'nivejtsity and Mill streets. Telephone
1718.' We will rair:and show you the
property.' Tbe Jlome IfeaUy Cd.;'"l9
H. High. ? - " ' 2Tm27
WANTED TQ REiiT ." 3t
FOUR OB FIVE sROOM FURNlSHED-r
. . 1 . . J (. . J,
nouse Dy'ipw i. - ooauurn,.
WANTEI Mtecellaneoua ' 35
CASH PAID FOB FALSE 'TEETH
dental gold, platinum and discarded
jewelry. Hoke Smelting and Refinery
t;e.; sjtsego, jaicnigen. ssjyti
WOODRY THE AUCTIONEER 3UYS
used furniture tori cash. Phone 511.
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HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR USED
stoves, tools, furniture. Stiff's -Used
.Goods Dept.. opposite court house.
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOR
, farm loans. We have several applica
tions on hand. Hawkins Roberta.
Jnc 205 Oreron Bldg. 35dl4tf
LARGE KALE PLANTS . FOR SALE.
Phone 32 F2 1. . 37m31
GOOSEBERltlES 2c LB.
et- Phone 73T11. ... ..
16 INCH MILL WOOD. BIG TWO CORD
.load $8. Phone 20S2R.. .. 37m27
USED LUMBER) 5x8 FROM 8 TO 80
feet long. 260 N. High. 37m25
FOR SALE DR LAVAL SEPARATOR
in good condition. ' Prtc4 $30, . Phone
59F5. ... . 37m28
GOOSEBERRIES FOR CANNING DELIV
ered in Salem' at 5e per pound. Phone
45F3 or write Victor Schneider, Tur
ner, Oregon, Route l . - ; ' . 37mlBtf
BEDDING . PLANTS GROWN OUT OF
ors. Slroag -aad wU rooUd. . 'SAM
kinds at half price. Call evenings.
Ernest Infer, Wallace . Road, opposite
Tulip iarnu Box 11, Phone 116F4.
SELL US YOCR USED FURNITURE
IL L. tiff Furniture Co. Used Goods
Dept. Opposite court house. 37m22tf
Fr roof in gs, building papers, mantle
liricka and tiles, shingle stains, and all
bailding auppliee. Call on us.
We also carry DUPONT and 6IANT
explosives and "everything for - blast
. Jng.' ..-..-..-.- ...?..--.. r
GABRIEL POWDER a SUPPLY CO.5 ;
175 South Commercial Phone 728
W POU SALT3
FOR SALE SEED POTATOES. A 1 h p.
electric -voter. Wanted Veal. rhik
ens and etrs. "V" Ptrk (Irocery
Market, 70 8. ltu.' UTslotf
FOR SALE A NEW THOMAS POWER
drar caw. Just the thing for the man
'cutlins wood. - Regular price $150,
; - We will sell this one for (l'i5. terra
If i you wish or "witl take wood for
full purchase price. Be it at The
Statesman office. 37a'Jltf
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE "S ,B? 8i"
AO receipt forms in book, lf cents per
"book or two for 25 cents, Mtates
rnsn office, 215 Houth Commercial St.,
Aalem. - . .. - 37f25tf
FQR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. TEN
rents a bundle. Circulation department
i Oregon -Statesman. - t - 37tf
; For Sale
Trespass Notices, size 14x9 Inches,
printed on good 10 ounce canvass bcur- ,
ing tbe word. "Notice J Hereby Oir-,
en 'That Trespassing is' Strictly Korbid-"
den. Oh, TlieM J'remiseS llndrr Penalty
f Poseeution.,' Price. ISe each or 2
for,; 25c. Statesman Pub. Co., Salem.
DOCTORS.-. OPEKATINO CHAIR ftF.T.
dentist tooth forceps . in. .ease., folding'
. wooden eerewn r ixrtition and wiany
other things useful to a physician. Fur
nished apartment lower Hoor.' S94 N.
Liberty. .- , - - - ftTmSrt
FOR S.UjE livestock .
MIAMI . BERRY TRAILER, COLTS 45
automatic. Shepherd dog, 9 months old.
-Phone 1346W. - .39m2C
WATCH DOO PUPPIF.S. IIAL.F BOLU
half Airdale. $5 and $10 each. Flake'a
retiand, 273 State and Pacific Hitch-
way. . . , , f 39m27
TRED W LANGE. VETERINARIAN
- pifica.420.a- Commercial. Phone 1198.
t Res J phone 16 iS6. - H9m23tf .
OOD FOR SALE
FIR, PAK AND. ASH PHONE 42F14.
j - - ' .-."'- 43m2titf
ICtINCII OLD FIR SECOND. GJlOWTIl"
oak and ash. Phone 19F3. 11. D. Mav
; field. - " . -43flfetC
i BEST GRADE OF WOOD ,
' 4 ft. and 18 inch.
. Dry mill wood.
Green . mill , wood. . . . ;
-' Dry second growth fir.- ' '
-., Dry and old fir.
i Dry 4-ft. ash. maple' and oak.
- J FRED E. WELLS. - -Prompt-delivery
and reasonable price.
280J3outh Church. Phone 1542, 43m6tf
GOOD COAL DRY WOOD, - ,
HILLMAN FUEL CO.
PHON'E 1855 - : 48j23tf
FOUIiTRY AND EOGS 43
PULLETS FOR SALE EIGHT! WEEKS
old. - Lee's Hatchery. Fkone 32F21.
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Salem .Chjckerfes :
Headquarters' or Baby Chirks ..
-. 7 'VARIETIESi- . ,
284 ; N.- Cottage alem Phone -40O .
' . S . ' ,45f 14tf
JERSEY-GIANT EGGS . 1.50 --A - SET-. .
i ting. Box 353. . 45a30tf (;
ROOM AND BOARD, c HOMELIKE
. walking ' diatance.' Phone 202W
SALEM FUEL. AND TRANSFER -Moving
r specinlty. " Equipped for
all kinds of hauling. . Dry wood and'
coal , always, on Jiand at best prices.
Day phones, 529, and 13. Nierht phone
1606. "Real aer vice, : 7.52 Trade Street.
Salem. ' .... Mm-'Ctf
LOST. AND FOUND
LOST -BLACK. MARE, BOUT 1400
lbs.' Finder will receive reward. I'bne
. 1930W. 5mU6
LOST IN .SALEM. OR ON DALLAS
highway, . ladies', wrist . watch with
.monogram back. Reward return States
").'';. - FOR APTflNDICITIS
' It-Ia-WonderfuU"Free information.
Address Hiss Co., Portland. reron.
' ' S5al-1T'J
MONEY TO LOAN
1 HAVE SEVERAL THOUSAND -POL
lars of private money to loaiuvn good '
.j-esl estate. Rich L. Rejmenu, ."D'Arcy
Bid., 462 State atreet. - I'hoae 1C1S
between 9 and 10 a. jn. 67m24tf
ABUNDANT FUNDS TO LOAN ON
.tWiI)ameUe Valley ; .impreved . farm.
. Leirtime.- low rate of interest.
: I it .X,C BOltRNSTEDT
" .Realtor.' Loans end Insurance, J 47 No.
.Com't.Stlj Salem, Ore. -' " . 57w24t( "
Dn rural credit plan with privilege f '
paying oir -any amount at any tine;
low interest,' easy -payments, no 'exam- ,
(nation- fee, or commission on loan.
1 "VERRINB & MAK3TERS ' '
213 Commercial "Club Bid. 57ml3tf .
MONEY' TO LOAN ON CITY PROP-'
erty, either building and scan plan or .
private money. Farm loans with In
' suranee company .money at 5 with
- commission added. Ralph H. McCurdy,5
Nos. 5 and 6, Steevet-Jkloore Bldg., Sa
' lent. ' ' - - - ' " ,17fi4tf
CLIENT WILL PAY 7 CENT INTER
. est on loan of $3500, n close in resi
: dence. ' Robinson, Oresron Kldr. SOml
HUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 1
BUSINESS LOCATIONS FOR LEASE
and sale.. Becke ft Hendrkka, V. H. r.
, Bsnk.Bldg. . 61m24tf
HUNDREDS OF POULTRY MEN HAVE .
made forrhnes with parabxed ehiekeas,- -bred
to la yt from 200 to30Q trzn. a ' '
year. . 30 pens and trfos of purebred,
'-chickens some with world chsmpinn . :".
: records) and vatned at ever 12G0 r ill, '
be given away to ambitioua men, worn
en, boys, and girls for full jafornta- .
tion cut ' out -this advertisement .nd
send your name and address to North-.. .
west Pooltry JeoraaL Salem, Orejrhe. , .
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ADDITIONAL CAPITAL CAN BE PRO-.
Tided for meriterious business enter
prises regarding of whether' such busi
nesses were originally financed through,
personal capital l the owners or
through the sale f toek r bonds te ,
' the public. .Our excellent facilities are --'available
to both estsblished firms and
to those ' eoatempiating expansion
' through pablie participation in their'
-stocks or bonds. .Submit brief history'
'of eotnpany, present statas, details of
?ertnal requirements etc; "to the 1 "-ftie
)eposit Company, Sixty Five vsll
Wrwt,. Sew York, N. Y. . 61m3l
S if ALL STORE OR OAS STATION. TWO
locations for iule r.r 1 "e. liecVe k
Jlendricka, V. S. Bank L.il;. eimJlif