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' "'(CoanaMtf-frtai pat 3) :
fiend, Ore.; and Mrr;: R4naMary
of Crabtree. Ore. Mri. McElmurry
is a native Orgonlan, born at Sclo,
the daughter erf Mr and Mrv Wil
liam Crahtree, who crossed the
plaJaa from Missouri la 1 8 4 5 wThe
family before that time lived In
Virg!&U,ivC,'-McElrrir was the
on , 4 Issac,. McEImurrjr M ;Ar,
EaHefp'Stdr io &ieel' fi ''
According to a delightful cus
tom among members of Chadwick
chapter of the "Eastern. Star,, the
member of the Past Matron As
sociation have been invited to lake
charge of the program for . this
evening at. the regular stated com
munication. The meeting will, be
at eight o'clock. . The present of
ficers, for 15 vrfll act as. host
esses Jor the. eveninsr, serriag re-
O. N. S. Club to Meet.
The membero of thS4 OV 3.
club.'wiU -meet this evening' at. the
home-'of Margerf' Brown" Md Gll
at li40 Center street,-
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Sororities Pledge u i - :
News of the sorority pledging
this" week at the Oregon Agrtcul
tnral college is being received, .in
Salem ' with interest."'; Popular
GiU Gained 7 Pounds
Nine Yrafajf inVailit
That's1 just what McCoy's. Cod
Liver 'Oil Compound Tablets did
for the! Babcock-Girl and is do
ing as touch for tens of thousands
of tnm,,unierweignt, weak and
discouraged P e o.P X ; all . o r e r
America-, ; r, - . .
These sugar -coated, pleasant to
take tablets .should b given to
children instead, of .the vjle stom
ach upsetting oil Itself they sure
' ly dd hertr the frail, delicate little
; ones -and '60 tablets cost but 60
cents at J." C. Perry; Central Thar
macy, D. X. Fry, or any druggists.
Read this letter if you have-a
child that needs ' to gain health
and strength: ; ; j " ; -
"My litUe girl was stricken with
infantile paralysis when he'r was
5 months old arid , was an luvalid
for-9 Searswheji rsaw an ad in
the paper: that McCoy's Cod Liver
Oil Compound Tablets "woqld build
np wasted tissues. I bought a box
and she gained very slowljf at first
and after taking eight boxes. she
gained seven pounds.: Thanks. to
McCoy's Cod Liver Oil Compound
Tablets, after trying almost every
thing else on the market.' She is
on the road to recovery and goes
to schoot' every day." i?Mrs. Ii.
Babcocc, Appleton, Wis; V
ImitaUdas ,ot McCoy's' may be
offered.bat be sure and ask for
McCoy's, the original .and genuine
and if after thirty days' treatment
you are not delighted with results
-wny, get your money dsck. -
One of the many features of Sta-Lok Shingles Is this
they can be laid right over your old shingles without
the expense of removing themwithout littering up. the
- necessity of staining or painting. Flame from a blow
-torch-wi'J rtoc ignite their slate impregnated surface.
They are made of . an insulating material impervious
v to tn hrat ,ci .narwner1 the cold -and dampness o
winter. The Sta-Lok fastener clamps, each jshlngle
tightly in pLaco preventing curling or warping. ,
- " 10 Months to Pav! "
Our Dealers-r-o'"ng to a special arrar-gement made by
us are in a posit fori to grant the cooveniencc of time
payments; .There s no need of denying yourself the
beauty durability safety and economy of a tvoS, that
so greatly adds to the appearance of your home now
that, you can pay for it fa? small monthly installments
, , , jMyments .that you'U hardly miss t J
!i0B i tf 'tten dottnt Jtah'ben to be m Sta-Lok ?
jr. s DaUr,ln your locxuity-phont or vritt ui. X-'t"
.THE J. A. BARBOUR CO.
: r .w: ' Mannfaetnrers' . " , '
Uraacb'Offlce- l9Souttt TUgfr. Street. .. j
Phone 1718 . tV
Vii ; rS If r .. v- .., :o6B
Salem girls who were bid include'
Lorena' Geer'and Fay,. Wassojn.
pledged to Kappa Gamma; Wanda
Jean HeberUe, pledged to Sigma
Kappa; Dorothy Kezar to Pi BeU
Phi ; Edith - Botherton to Alpha
Chi Omega and . Doris Loveland-Xo
Alpha Gf Delta'.
; ; Last week, ;thrw girls entetlhg
the University, of .Oregon ? fre
pledged as .follows:" Miss Rovena
Eyre, daughter of Mr. and Airs.
David W. Eyr to Kappa Gamma;
Miss Lorraine Pierce, to Delta
Delta Delta abd Miss "Mary Ward
to Alpha Xi Delta. -"V ;v
Guests From Portland.
.1 4 Mr.' and Mrs.' A If DalrroU
entertained as their house-guests
over the week-end their daughter
and sOn-In-IawMr., aid, Mts., Jo
seph Knapp of Portland." '
M'rsDoney To Entertain. . J
Mrs Carr Orefegr Doney wiff be '
hostess .from 2:30 to 5 o'clock
today at an informal afternoon
honoring; ljrs;vFrnk Jf- Eirlck-
son. wife of the new dean of 11b
eral'arts .atWiBfttpe'te. university
and Mrs. George.H. -Aldent wife
of the retiring dean. The, faculty
women and the .wives ef the trus
tees have been invited tovniake up
lue guest i
Sewing Club To Meet
will meet" Wednesday afternoon
at .the .flbme:of lns Mjhinfe Fisb-
wood In Silverton. Club members
Wishing, to. go are asked r to-meet
it the- west .side of the supreme
court building atV 1 2 : 4 5,'on Wed
nesday.' -rr.-r J' t.-l
This club is composed of mem
bers t of? Barbara Frietchie tent
Ko.v r- Caugbters of the .Ufaion
Veterans of the Civil War. The
members . are . making articles for
a Taataaf tS be held early in De
cember., ,. . ,.. , "JL 'icJ- '.-1 i V.1U' 5
T ; MrCrand Mrs. 'Walter Li Spauld-
ing! aiid4 Jittle ; daagbter, Leone,
were guests over the week-end of
Mt andMrsr Clifford Spauldfng 'of
NeWberg'at Neskbwfn. (.
Church Dinner Thursday
t The Woman's Missionary Soci
ety of . the"' First. Congregational
chureh, will hold a-dfnner at the
cnurcn unHrsaay,- uciooer s, at
6 ' o'clock: In the evening . The
husbands . are ..invited nd urged
to attend. " - ;
.'At this time each lady who was
given a Quarter last spring to In
vest Is torbTlair er Increase attad
also tell how she made her money,
I (in. poetry. . if. possible)'":,, Those
who did not accept the pre-off ered
narter;and those who did not get
one because" they run out, will be
called - npoaj' at thp .toll, call and
expected to make their'; contribu
tion tie same as the others. This
money is to apply on our church's
appropriation: v V .''.'. .
. y The leader hopes that each lady
will double her last year, gifts
both ia this" October, meeting and
also- at tbe Taanskglvi&g meeting.
f 1 '
whicb ls to be held at the home of
tfts. ;R,. J. Hendricks 4 5; Norh
Summer, street. , - t
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Miss'-Emma Park' of Newport
was a- house - guest during fair
week t, Miss Jennie Calvert,
1 NEWS BRIEFS
ganized for the help of-the farm
ers Her brother Vanison Gesner,
who is a doctor "at: "Arlington, Ore
gon, was here to attend' the' fair.r
When they 1 were . young'" people
here they always attended' the fair.
Their nephew, Sam Rundleft took
them out to the old" homestead "of
their 'father's to see their brother,
Ben Gesner. who lives there. They
are all pioneers born: and raised
in Oregon,' at Salem. , -
' Air wool overcoats and top coats
at: Taos. Kay Woolen MUls Co.,
12tb andj.Ferry sta. Large assort
ment of patterns and models. o9
Big Car Wrecked -
Because of a wet pavement and
a heavy fogl a large sedan driven
by Charles H. Reed of Portland ,
turned over bn" Pacific highway
near " Chemewa. early.' Monday
morning. A : smaller machine,
without lights, eame from behind
and cut in aheadt In an effort to
avoid a collision 'the big machine
was forced to one side,, skidded
when, the braEes were applied and
turned over.' Neither Mr, Reed
nor his wife were injured,
Reserved Seatu Now-
For Pygmalion" clever comedy
offered by ' Olson players, Heilig,
Tpeatre, Wednesday-night. - o
One License Issued
V A marriage ' license was issued
to Ray M. Bragg-. . tneatremaa. -.ci-Medford,
and Fay Dickersbn," of
Bflverton. - -
Will be resumed at the Capital
3usiness College next week. In
dications point to an .unnsually
large enrollment. Of lice open, on
Thursday,- Friday and Saturday
evenings for- registration.s. Call to
Jalk It over - ' x . oC
Five t large rooms at' 666
Ferry will be ' vacant today.
Stoves furnished. No children.
537.50. Phone 108 9-J, or Becke
tft Hendricks: : ' '- '-1 04tf
f POLICE "sTfJD.1", "LANGUAGE
j WARSAW. Polish policemen
are n6W taught f drergn language's.
Those prof jc lent ' hi' other ' ton gneB
besides their, own wear on their
arm the first letter, of the name
of the other , language spoken.
MEETING t8 CALLED FOR
NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT
' Charter members ot .the .Salem
Longtellowsf. club are to meet at
the Cbainber, of. Commerce, rooms
"next Tuesday " night for -the pre
sentation of. their charter. Word
that the charter had been-granted
was received .this-week by Dr. A.
Bates, temporary bead of the
local club. Any, Salem man six
feet or more is eligible. There
are 50 eligibles here, it is est!
: As a national organization the
Longf ellows are going after hotel
owners, theatre men and Pullman
cars Jn- an effort to obtain com'
fortable l accomodations. t. Several
of the eastern hotels have, already
made the requested changes. JDi
J. Ostlind, of Marshfield, is "head
of the. national organization.
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J HELLO, J
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County to Concentrate i on
Rocking and Grading Mar-
ket Roads in '1925 i
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Declaring . that; liUie paving
will be done next year, but that
rocking and grading on the mar
ket roads will be undertaken, W.
J. Culver, county roadmaster gave
an outline- o f the work : proposed
In the future.
Paving operations. will be held
as low as'posible in order to per
mit more? money and more time
to be expended in work that lis
absolutely necessary in the net
wor,k of county roads ; used by
farmers. ' These important roads
will be rocked and graded und
put into first class condition dar
ing the coming year, and then
will' be allowed to remain in that
condition for a time, in order to
determine whether of not traffic
and the common good merits
merits paving. In this way no
particular section, wilt be. favored
by a paved highway while, at the
same time another district must
Charter No. 57 j -
i ueport of Cohdition of
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
at: Salem. Oregon, in the State of Oregon,
at Close of Business 'September 28, 1925
1, Loans and discounts, including, rediscounts shown
; in items 29. and 20, if any.-. $ 3.CC7.895.4C
,2. Overdrafts secured and unsecured .. .- C, 462. 80
3. U. S. government securities owned, includine thoafi
. shown In Items 30 and 35, if any. . .,
4, Other bonds,- warrants .and securities, including
j- foreign government, state, municipal, corpora-
) tion, etc., including those shown in items 30 and
3. it any
BaaiLu !'Ouse, furniture ad"fixtures
(ah) Cash, on hahi. is vault and due from banks,
bankers and trust companies designated and ap
proved reserve agents of this hank
(c.) "Net amounts! due from, other banks, bankeia
- and trust companies . . . t ...
Exchanges for clearing house and items on other
banks in the same city or towit as reporting bank
Customers liability under lettefs oT Credit
34. Customers' liability account
by tnls bank and bjr: other'
of this bank . : ''. '. j .... . .
J15. Other -assets, if any, documentary "stamps
Total . . . . .-. , .
36. Capital , stock paid in
p. . Surplus fund ...... 7 .. . . . ...
18. (a) Undivided profits i. .-, .. ii
t tb) Less current exrjetisps. irifprpfit anri
' taxes paid ...T:7l;;c. . 22,234.60
(21. Net amounts due to other
; Demand deposits, other "tban banks, subject to
j reserve: . .. (
23. Individual deposits sdbject to. chjBCk, including de
posits due the State, of OregOT), county, cities or
other public funds. ---i
24. Demand certificates of deposit outstanding
25.i Cashier's checks 6.this -bank orltstandihg payable
: - on demand i ,...,..
26. Certified checks dufstindini T?j
. Total of demand depoalts.pther - "
' than bank deposits, subject to
reserve, items 23, 24, 25, 26. .$ 3,072,991.96
Time and savings deposits. subject to reserve and
payable on demand' or' subject' to notice:
27. Time certificates of deposit outstanding.
2 8. Savings deposits, ; payable subject to notice
j Total of thne and savings depQsits
payable on .demand of" subject "
to notice, items 27. and-a.. 1,929,602.62
Letters of credit outstanding .Vj
Acceptances executed by this' bank for customers
. based on actual agricultural or commercial
transactions .: .
Total $ 6,069,832.76
State of Oregon, County of Marion, ss:
I, 1 P. Aldrich, cashier of tie above named, bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and .belief. ; . L. P. ALDRICH, Cashier.
CORRECT Attest : , .
A. N. Bush. Wmj S. Walton, I P. Aldrich, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to befora, me this 5th day of October, 1925.
I IGEO. U.' RICHES, Notary Public:
. My commission empires February 19, 1927.
' - , ..: I - . ., By Charles McManua
rlY. IAM A
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MEAT CCTTEB'B UNION NO. S80
Kt scend . and fourth WdBody.
Pr aid cot W. K.vMlbaj; hcmUI?,
Bobcrv. Fe). . -
oiPitAiTrtrpccaapHlcii. vrnon so,
210 JTesidMtt U r; KTut; MCNttrr,
M. JX PUiwmtoa. Het ecni tr-
dtj. S:D0 p. nt.
CARPENTEE' S UNIOS NO. J 065
Meets Taurm. aTeninTii. Artnar Toek
rr, president; Wm. Fettit, eertrr.
Skilled neehnlci lurninhed. Phoo 179,
rBATXSNXI ORDER. Of meet
1st mni Srd Wed. W. O. W. HaU, S. 11.
Willed Bea'y. Tel. 1384-R.
use roads that are in sad need of
Grading and graveling requires
less time and money and, as far
as" temporary needs at least, is
concerned will render s good
service as i paving. Some hard
hard surfacing work will be done,
of course. '
Durin gthe past season, sixteen
miles of roads have been paved
by the county? and thirty-six miles
graded and rocked. This work is
now practically completed, except
in isolated instances.
; Reserve District No
banks for account
J . . t ,. . .
. i:,. .'$104,301.05
basks, bankers and
rn -re i-- V
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TH lNK I M )
HAVE N X
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1H)t Oregon Sfjtetfman
Pbltak twt iorxii zeit M-
it j) SslMS, iiha epitl ! Orefoa.
Di"y or 8Bndar
5' cent pet word
i "res tv.
.S ,tnu per word .
.8 cents per word
una month, dillj od
Bondajr .. j...-. 20 eenti per word.
la cr-ier to earm the mere than ee
tfme rate, amrertiaeBieat aamrt roa la
aoniecvtire Icaae. -
Ha d, Ukr for leu Can SS cants.
A4a. ru Baaday OaIT eaar&ed at
ana-Uaia rat. !
and 8itnttont Weated
ott tha telenhAiia if tha adTartiaar U
a anbaeritr to pkone.
Tka 8tatesma wilT recaiva adver-.
tiaecraata at any time of tka day or
Bi?bt, To issnr propar elaaaifira
tiona sdr. aboaUt ba la befora 7 p. a.
lZrDnoS 28 or 181
Money to Loan
Oa Kl Ritata
(Over Lrdd Si Bush Bank)
TOT? TSAVE ' YOUB
OS CAR HA-S IT
; Insured Properly
Phonn 161 BeeVe A riendricfcs, Ilwli?
Uldg.. 189 N. Hisrh-St. 4-28 tf
SALEM AUTO : WRECKING 00.
W'hl. Tirss, Riui, weuderi
Half Price and Leas
Parta for alt cars, easb for clJ cara.
402 S. Church PAona 2159
SGIIEELER AUTO WRECKING CO, will
bay your old car. Highest eaah vriee
' paid. IOHS K. i Cnmmerrisl 8U ljlStf
GENERAL REPAIRING, TIRES AND
-tutiM. accpssorien. tfaa and oil. MED'
ijiR ft LKBENGOOD GAHAGE. Phone
564. Wilier and S. Commercial Sta.
Wa specialize in recond tloninr motors.
SER Us FOW 7Ci? AND PAINT WORK,
J. J. Hall Aato Top ft Paint Shop
Rear fire department. 5-altf
HELP. WANTED female 13
NEAT WOMAN FOR HOUSEWOHK
wanted. Call at 16a N. Thirteenth St.
or Director's Department Store. 13-o8
LSTKNOORAPHFK; PK FF.W DAY'S
work. 510 Bank .of Commerce Bldg.
Oall after 10 .! m. i:j-o6
SALESMAN f LADY T)R GENT) TO
seH Oregon , Teachers Monthly subscrip
tions at county school institutes and. in
spare time between meetings sell North
west Poultry Janraal subscriptions and
classified ''advertisements and Pacific
Homestead subscriptions and classified
advertisements at county fairs. Must
Applv Circulation HanasT
STATESMAN PUBLISHING. COMPANY.
, , Salem. Ore. 15O10
WANTED Employment 19
FOR GARDEK PIX)WINQ, BASEMENT
digging and tea.i work, ptose 19F3.
BASEMENT DIGGING AND LAWN
grading. Phonal 1264-M. 1909
WOOL GOLF HOSE" CHILDREN'S
sport hose, knit to order. Hand knit-,
ting. Phone 1773--J- 19a30tf
i TTTM r
PRINTED CARDS, -SIZE 14" BY 7H"
wording "Fer Rent," price 10 eenta
each. Statesman Business Office, on
ground floor, j
7 ROOM MODKttX, 1689 Ii STREET,
$.'0. Nice surroundings. See William
Fleminir, 341 State. 21-o8
CZECUS TltAXSITE WETHE
PRAGUE. The complete works
of Goethe are beinj translated by
a staff of Czech translators under
the direction I of Prof. Ottokar
Fischer. The object is the public
ation of a Czech edition of Goethe,
which will be the first of his com
plete, works published in a lan
guage other than German.
BUT' lT-:i '
I . WAS
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"V.. aTJs5 J -
7V an f
Fort KEXT A pai fluents 23
-new houBe, 1185 Midinoii.
3 ROOM 'APARTMEKT8 PARTLt FOB
. nisiied. 412 North 21t."fli. : ' '23-o6
Fl'SSiaHKD APARTMENT. 1171 CHE
, roeketa. -j .i?3-oll
i KOOM APARTMENTS
TWO ROOM - FUUSlSHEn APART
ment on first floor. 445 S. Winter. 23oS
FOR RENT-'APARTMENTS 891 N.
Commercial.. " . . lau
LARGE FLAT FOR RENT--5 ROOM3
. - . r . s . V .
ana Xnmace. tJi.oo: unm vciu
first. Becke ft IWndricV Helig Bldm-,
189 N. High. St. . " 23fc25tf
PRINTED CARDS.! SIZE 14" 2t 7".
.... .... i . f
wording, Itooma to itens, p-ice w
eenta each. Stateiman Boainwa Office,
tronnd floor. ,., -
, REXT '. ' .
Lower floor 4 room famished or nn
fumiisheil. .$25: wafer and lifthta 'paid.
Also 0 room semi -modern cottage and
in jrriod FBcation $25.- . .
ROBINSON', ' Oref ott Bld. 230G
FOR REXT Kooim 25
PLEASANT ROOM CLOSR JN.
585-W. . " " .i
ROOMS FOR RENT WITH (BOARD
Close iu. References- 90, 31 ill St.
ROOM PO RENT IN MODERN HOME
three blocks from state house. All
ronvenientea.' Gentleman -"preferred.
Please' glf referencea aad" address 1 A.
B, care Statesman. 25j28tf
FOR RENT ROOM EDITABLE FOB
students, with sleeping porch privileges.
Everything modern. Referencea are re
quired! Address room, care Statesman.
FOR RENT Houses ' 27
FOR RKNT TWO 'BOOM FURNISHED
.house, 713 X. Front. 27"i?
FOR RENT, NEW FOUR- ROOM HOUSE,
,modern, built-in)!, breakfast nook,
. basement, furnace. garage.'.' cement
Walks. '1330 Madison, near North
. 0pitol. Phone 950-R. . 27-oll
FOR REXT Farms 20
A: GOOD 140 ACRK RED lULF. FARM
' for rent. Inqnira .Arthur Edwards,
Turner, Rt. 1. : 29-C6J
I HAVE SEVERAL IRRIGATED FAP-MS
for rent. '" P. E: Thmason, burner,
Ore Phone 6 XX. 29sltl
LARGE GRAIN AND STOCK RANCH
for tent. Call at 1223 South 12th St.
WANTED FLOUR USERS TO BRING
their wheat to Pratum FIdur 'Mill and
get in exchange 40 lbs. of tk. best
floor. Paved road to Pratnm. ' Mill
running ail the time. Wm. B. MeCall
WAXTEI Miscellaneous 35
GOOD WATCH DOG WANTED. AD
dresfc 502; care Statesman. ' ' 35-o8
WANT A SILO; LET ME KNOW WHAT
you have. Clint Hampton, Jefferson,
Ore., Route"!. v '35o9
FURNITURB PACKINO . FOR SHfP
ments. Giese-Powers "Furniture Co. '
UIGTHEST PRICES' PAID USED
Sto-rea, tools, furmnre. Stiff's .Used
Good Dept, opposite court house.
. . 35m22tf
BAND AN& ? (HIX3,raA INSTRU
- taents repaired. Duke's MoSical In
strument Repair Shop, Boom. 3, ' Me
CornacK 31dg., ever Millsr'a. Phone.
2215. ', . . v 8SoH
CASH PAID FOR FALS3 TEETH
dental' gold, ' platinum and discarded
jewelry. Hoke Smelting and Refinery
Co., Otsego, Michigan, - - 85j23
WANTED PRIVATE . MONEY FOR
farm loans. We have several applica
tions on hand. Hawkins A Robert a
Inc., 205 Oregon BldgV . 85dl4n
WO0DRY : THE AUCTIONEER BUYS
used furniture for easkw Phone 51 L
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, $6.00.
Telephone 638-W. 376
HUNGARIAN VETCH SEED SLIGHTLY
mixed with osts and wheat,' 4c and 44c.
per lb. T. Stalk, Route; 8, Bo 106.
Phone- 59KB. : 37-ofl
WILD MALLARD DECOY DUCKS
Flakt,iPetlaad,.273 State. . 37-s30tf
FORD80N, 2 PLOWS AND J)ISK FOR
sale. J. S.-, Iliatt, Rt. 1. 63F15.'
G Oi HCf Td j
TOO - A,r
ndTt.2a per "box.V Krnebf Ader.
v rewdeaee, Orchard Height road. l"oJk .
V CVUHtr - v.v
...... aVYVtrtSa lifJl. v
FOR AIJfi S0 PORTABLE MAIJOO-
anyiViotroW- td o1t a few, onth.
: - vA t S3S for- wk aale. Se
at 1965 N. rtfta. V
RECEIPT BOOKS-rIZE S' BIT SH".
- 50 eelpt forma fh book. lSeentl pel
iv- twa far 25 eenta. Sta4emJ
office. 815 Souta C6mnerial S
-- lemi - " : ' i -
DOCTOR OPERATISO CHAIR, 534 N.,,
FITS I COWS- WILb FRESHEN THIS
U . ..1. frurt. fnr beef atoek.
l.niiiri at the 1'eopJe'a Market Phono;
STOVE. FIRST CLASS
Telephone 1351, 695 N.
FOR SALE 1 FAIRBANKS DORMANT
Wanelionse Saie. 42x4 in. platform,
CJaoacHr S500 lbs. ThoroocWy '"
lisuled. rood eondition. S25.o
WxnHAMS ft KERR BROS
481 pat's St, PorUand. Oregon
tr -W!M ! 14x9
printed oa food lb-ounee eaaTmw hear-
enKThat Treasainr ! Strictly MV
den On These Premises Under ?nalty,
f cM.ntli.'( Price I5e each or
for B5e. SUteamaa Pb. Co., S"?"f'-;
SELL US YOUR CSED FTJBNCTURE.
Opposite court house. 37m3t
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERSTEW '
cents bundle. CireuUtwa department .,
Orecost Statesmtn. .
!fOR SAIiE lAtxc. r SO
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTERSONV
Phoie S25S, R. 2; Bor 2: Baj.nf ,
FRED I W. LANGf VETERINARIAN-
; OffUe 420 S.ComaroUa. Fhoall98.j
Res.! Phone lfiPfi. ; 3hn281f,
: . j .WOOD FOR SAliE 43 -
FOB WOOD SAWINQ PHONB 1691. V ,
- . . -- ' 4Soll-
WOOD OF ALL KINDS FOR BALE,'
' John H. Scott. Phone 254 or 22. ,
; , , 43s30'
16-INOH SliABWOOD PER IjQAD S27S ,
16-itk 2nd fir ir load, $3.75; 16-u
' inchi oid.fir.Der load. . 4JiU; lineh. T
big dry slab wood, $3.50 per load...i- s
Prompt deiiTry. Phon4 -lC37. 43 nl f f-. f !
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
.4. ft. and 18 ineb. '
Dry mill wood.
Green, mill wood. . ' . '
Dry Second j-rowth fir..
Dry 4-ft. ash, maple and oak.
: FRED E. WFXiLS..
Prompt' delivery and reasonable price.
280 South Chnrcn. Pob,1542. 43mett-
16-INCH. OLD. FU SECOND. GROWTH
oak and ash. Phone 19F3. M. D. May
field - -1 -.- : : .43fl8tf
GOOD COAL-DRY- WOOO
HILLMAN FUEL O O.
TELEPHONE 1855. 43j29tf
CALL 2328 IF TOTJ WANT HOT WAT
er coils pot in that Tange,. store o(
heater. --. " .... . Slo24
... rvaJrinjt. ;
Giese-Fowers . Fnnitnrs
H. B.j 8EAGRCTE FURNACE AND
sheet metal shop moved to 681 Mill
: St, - ,. ; . - ,.516tl.
'SALEM FUEL AND TRANSFER COV '
, 752' Trade St. . ' ..
Wood. ; Coal, Briquets and Transfer.
Prices right. Service the best. Dy-
phones, 13 and 629. Night phono' 1606...
OaU na. .- . Sls2tf '
.j LOST AND FOUND 63
BROWN AND WHITE FEMALE Bos
ton Terrier, named Peggy. Reward.
' Telephone 621W , 5306,
LOST (-SATURDAY NIGHT BETWEEN
fairgrounds and postoffice one bundle
wooitn blankets. Return to Miller
Apartments. Reward. 53-o8
L08T-4-AT FAIR GROUNDS WHIT
gold wrist watch. Whit got dbandV
. 5 reward. '. Return to Statesman office-
IX)8T-LARGE . COLLIE DOG, WHITR,
. and dark yellow spota, lump on front
foot Md on nose, Iowa Jiceasu. Oood .
reward. Telephone 612-M, Address
486 N.i Liberty. S3-o6
J FOlt APPENDICITIS .
"It-is-Wonderful." . Freo informatloo
Ad4res Hisa Co Portland, Oregoaw
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