The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 05, 1926, Page 5, Image 5

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Phones 48 and 49
CajrVationilarge size, afor.:.
Carnationlarge jsize, pier case.:. $4.48
? Armourfs Veribest, lare size, 3 cans 32c
'Armour's Veribiat Mill; per case-..$4.40
v Canned. Vegetables
Libby's Asparagus, large size cans.... 35c
Stihki'st Asparagus, larte size can3....35c
:OakTayern Garden Peas, 2 cans.. 25c
Preferred Stock Telephone Peas
2Jcahs -i-yXl I . . 39c
Fig ;Bars, freshly baked, 2 pounds..35c
Phone -fprrVour
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- Unsettled
Fair west; unsettled east ipor-
tlon; no change in temperature;
northeast gales on the coast, lax
f.3; MIn. 34; River 1.3,-statioriary;
Rainfall 1.33; Atmosphere clobdy;
Wind southeast. L -
To Open Bids i
t Bids for.Ana construction of ap
proximately 17 miles of highway
and six bridges will be penejd by
the state highway commission at
a meeting to be held In Portland
JanuaryilS.'- 4
Experienced Waitress jWanteil
At the Gray Belle.
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. Fire at Capitol
Saturday a fire broke out i the
..basement of the capitoj building.
- mmi pttrtialljr iTafltroygrt nmfi
sacks. No mail matter
burned. I Considerable) alarm
caused by the fire, because
smoke came up intoi the cprri
: otifi neonle thought! the
building was on fire.i
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Sll.OO raid Monthly
win i-Atlre a loan bf $1,000 in
140 months. This applies t4 new
buildings only. Ralph Mc
Curdy, office over Miller's fstore.
Stage Burns
Late Sunday afternoon, a Port-land-Eugene
stage, driven jy F.
P. Kellyfi. caught fire about two
miles from Brooks. The body of
the stage was completely burned,
but nonevOf the passenger were
injured.! 'The occupants were
brought back to Salem by at sec
ond stage sent out from tbistcity.
The cause . of the 'fire i not
known. 1 -1 ' f
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property Owners ; I
Havei you troubles withfy9ur
teal estate or insurance? Itls our
u.tmf brine-, them in. Becke
fe Hendricks, 189 N. High.
Employment Wanted-
People who have jwork oi any
kind are asked to (communicate
with Dr. George E. tewis, n the
U. S.NaUoaal bank; Ijuildlg; as
the local post of the VeterAns of
Foreign WTars. is .keeping. jaja em-
' (The Battwr; Man
We Will T1M TJ Tor Ca
B Don Wtta OMd Serricp
631 Conrt St. I Pnonf 108
Eastman Brothers
Salem Office 109 S. ligh
'Office Hours ;
12 M. TO a
P. M.
Underwood Typewriter Co.
Direct Factory - a
310 Court Street 1 -6f
r - Typewriters Kented. Sold.1
Special rental rates to students
' " ' Office Phone 7a f
"or itcsidence" rhono 1813-W
Breakfast Foods
Cream of Wheat, per pkg 25c
Wheatena per pkg...... .......8c
Quaker Quic
Kellogg's Al
No. 10 pure
Old Mill Natural" Brown.RiCe
large pkgl
groceries make shopping hours into minutes.
I are given our personal attention
ployment bureau, to furnish work
for its members. They have com
piled a list of veterans who are
out of work and, are trying to get
them Jobs.
Exclusive Distribution i
For W. W. Kimball pianos. A.
B. Chase, Davenport & Tracy,
Bush & Gerts. Moore's Music
House, 409-415 Court. s20tf
Normal Clnb to Meet j
This evening the Oregon normal
club will meet at the Chamber of
Commerce club rooms. Grad-:
uates of the state normal school.
teaching in this city, are eligible
for membership.
Will Sell My
High" grade piano, stored in Sa
lem, to reliable party at $10 per
month. Write Mrs. L. B. Cla
bough, 109 Cherry St., Centralia.
Wash. 37
One License Obtained j
Only one marriage license was
applied for in the county clerk's
office yesterday. This was obtain
ed by Cart E. Carlson, a logger.
and Leita Ball, both of Eugene.
JRer-IInd Seal BecorOa . - .
1 Single faced, 25c and 35c Stiffs
Furniture Co. d5tt
Urgerson Dismissed I
Jur Urgerson of Salem, who
was arrested recently on a charge
of failing to dim his, lights, was
dismissed by Judge Poulsen Mon
day. I
Correct Cornet Fitting
Howard Corset Shop, 153 South
High. J5
Kiniber in Woodburn
Benjamin J. Kimber. secretary
of the Marion county YMCA, was
in Woodburn last night, where he
attended the meeting of the Wood
burn Hi-Y.
ftariio Poles of Superior Quality-
Good used sets. Phone 1935.
Fined for Parking
Oscar Snelson and Earl Purdy
were fined SI by Judge Poulsen
Monday for parking overtime.
Send this .ad ahd ten. cents to
Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield, Av.,
Chicago, I1L. writing your name
and address clearly. You will re
ceive a ten cent bottle of FOLEY'S
for Coughs, colds and hoarseness.
also free samp 1 e packages jof
FOLEY PILLS, a diuretic stimu
lant for the kidneys, and- FOLEY 1
CATHARTIC tablets ror con
stipation and Biliousness. These
wonderful remedies have, helped
mllTlnna rt nonnla TV v thnm'
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Kirk Inspects Buildings-
Walter J. Kirk, representative
of a large furniture company, has
been cooperating with officials of
For the right kind of materials
and the , Very' best workman
ship call us.
-1 Powder i and Supply .Co.
,173 S. Commercial Phone 78
LADD& BUSH, Bankers
. . h . . ' Established 1808 "
1 ' General Banking Businses
i pffice Hours from 10 a. in. to 3 p. in.
North Commercial
k Oats, large pkg.:......9c
Bran, 4 large pkgkl..r...88c
B uckwheat ; Flour...i.69c
, 50c
Old Mill Scottish Oats, large pkg 45c
Old' Mill Whole Rye Meal, large pkg. 40c
Our phone orders
the Salem YMCA in helping them
to choose the' furnishings for the
new YMCA building,. He has just
returned from a trip during which
he visited the YMCA buildings of
Bremerton and Longview in Wash
ington, to size up their furnish-
Business Building, Cheap
New brick,' Vith excellent lease
to net 9 per cent, $21,000; $7,000
to handle. Real buy. Becke &
Hendricks, 189 N. High. d25tf
Bragg Is Elected
E. E. Bragg yesterday was elect
ed chairman of the state indus
trial accident commission. He will
succeed Dillard Elklus who has
been chairman of the commission
for the past year. Mr. Braggwas
appointed a member of the acci
dent commission soon after the
election of Governor Pierce three
years ago.
Hotel Marion
' Dollar dinner, served C:
every evening!
45 to 8
To Xante Engineer
The desert land board will meet
here later this week to consider
the employment . of an assistant
state .engineer to succeed H. M.
Cjkadwick who resigned recently
to accept a position in Portland.
It was said thai a number of per
sons have submitted applications
for the position.
Furniture Upholstery
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture company. s20tf
Radio Headquarters, Phone 1935
Zenith, Fada, Mognavox, and
used sets. -Good radio poles, 175
South High. j9
Superintendent Arrlven
T. Lyman Steed, recently elect
ed superintendent of the Oregon
state school for the deaf, arrived
here last night - from Pennsyl
vania where he was assistant su
perintendent of the state deaf
school there for a number of
years. Mr. Steed assumed
charge of the Oregon institution
today. Mr. Steed will receive a
salary of $1500 a year, while his
wife who will act as matron will
receive $720. Mr. Steed has been
connected with, deaf institutions
in different parts of the United
States tor a number of years and
was recommended highly to the
state board of control. He suc
ceeds O. L. Mclntire who has ac
cepted a position as superinten
dent of the deaf school at Coun
cil Bluffs, Iowa.
Lessons in C'lay
' Jesso, china and
Mrs. Trover.
Talk Irrigation "Projects
The expense incident to the col
onlzation of federal irrigation pro
jects in the state of Oregon shonld
be paid out of the reclamation
funds and not by direct taxation,
according to Rhea Lu per. state en-
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Treated by Osteopathy and the
latest Electrical Therapy in
cluding Dr. Abram's Electronic
System.; , ' ; .
No charge for consultation
t PhyHlcian and Svrgcon
506 U. S. Bank Building
Salem, Oregon
Rood cheap bays In Baick.
OakLand or OldsmobUe come
down, and nee . oar line.
These cars can be had at a
very i low figurt? and will
make, some one a real auto
mobile. - :
Igineer, jwho returned ' here today
from , Washington wuere he at
tended a reclamation conference.
Representatlres from nearly every
state in the union attended the
UmhI Baby Grand lia no
Will sacrifice for quick sale.
Terms. Tall man Piano store, 395
South Twelfth. . J5
Board to Meet
The monthly meeting of the
board of directors of the Salem
YMCA will be held Thursday noon
in the association's rooms.
1020 Calendar Free, Ilomer IT.
Smith Ins. Agency, over Millers.
Webfooters to Play
The i Webfooters basketball
team, Salem champions of the 19-
year-old class, will play Prat urn's
hoopers on the floor of the local
YMCA gymnasium Thursday night
at 7:30.
Capital Barber Shop, 204 State
St. January 1, 1926, hair cut.
25c; shave and neck shave, 25c.;'
hair bobbing 25c by experienced
lady, any style. 264 State St. j5
Judge Kelly Here-
Judge Percy R. Kelly of Albany
is in Salem to conduct court for
a lew days.
We Are Still Selling
Gasco Briquettes at summer
prices. Capital City Transfer Co.,
22 6 State. j7
Schunke to Speak
Ed Schunke will give his initial
address' as president of the Salem
Kiwanis club at the club's lunch-
con this noon at the Marion ho
tel. It is expected he will out
line the executive policy for "the
coming year.
Boting Armory Arena-
Tuesday evening Jan. ' 5. PhJH
Bayes vs Eddie Kelley, ten 3-min-
ute rounds. Tommy Murphy Ivs
Kewpie Riley. 6 three-mitute'
rounds. Special event Eddie Fox
vs Kid McCormack. four 3-minute
rounds. Snappy preliminary. Sanc
tion Salem Boxing Commission.
Committee to Meet
The boys work committee of
the Salem YMCA will meet this
afternoon at 5 o'clock In tho as
sociation rooms. Dr. Frank! 1 E.
Brown is chairman of the com
mittee. 1920 Calendar Free, Homer H.
Smith Ins. Agency, over Millers.
Arrested on Speed Cliarge-
L. C. Larson of Portland was
arrested Sunday by Officer Hick
man oh a charge of speeding. He
posted $10 bail and was cited to
appear January 7, in the after
We Are Still Selling
Gasco Briquettes at summer
prices. Capital City Transfer Co.;
226 State. 17
Held on Liquor Charge
F. L. Cooper of Salem was ar
rested ; Sunday by Officer Thomp
son on a charge of being intoxi
cated. Funeral Notice
At the home of her daughter,
Mrs. L. R. White. 1325 West
Fifth street. Eugene. Saturday,
Jan. 2. Minnie Carter Fitshugh,
wife of John R. Fitzhugh, and the
mother of Veta J. Fitzhugh of In
dependence, and Mrs. L. R. White
of Eugene. Funeral services to
day. Tuesday, Jan. 5, 1925, at the
Baptist church, Independence,
Rev Thomas Acheson, pastor of
the Jason Lee M. E. church of Sa
lem, and Rev. Sylvester Cross, pas
tor of the' Independence Baptist
church, officiating.. Committal
services at tOOF cemetery at '3 p.
in. Arrangements in charger of
A'. L. I Keeney.' funeral director ot
Independence. , JS
Wood Wood
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1 07 D Street Telephone 2313
Salem's Leading
Pays Cash For Furniture
'Rewfdenee and Store
,1010 North Ku ranter
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Infant Girl 111 ,
Shirley, the : 26 months old
daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry
Plant, 1780 North Commercial, is
seriously ill of an -InteBtlnal ail
ment. , The little girl was credited
with a slight lmproToment yester
day. Trade What Yon Hare
Por what, you want. Sea Ter
mtnal Realtors, Terminal hotel
lobby. dStf
Held on Speeding Charge
Howard Waters. 1599 State
street, was arrested by Officer Ed
wards Sunday and charged with
speeding and failing to dim his
A New Pipe Organ Record
By the new electrical process;
a real treat. Stop In at Stiff's and
hear it. dStf
Wood ducks were included as
part of a bag brought home by
local sportsmen, in an item print
ed some time ago. The item was
Furniture Upholstery
And repairing. Oiese-Powerr
Furniture company. s20tf
Operation lVores Serious
D. A. Terry, who had an oper
ation performed on Saturday at
the Deaconess hospital, is very
low. his friends will be grieved
to learn. Mr. Terry's homo is in
Experienced Waitress Wanted
At the Gray Belle. J6
Boys Released
George Bussey and Ralph Tun
more, both of' Portland, were re
leased from the city jail Sunday
after having teen held for Inves
Start the New Year Right
Have 2 garments cleaned for
the price of one. Salem Cleaners
& Dyers. Phone 1868. j6
Arrested on Speeding Charge
Kenneth Goss, 865 South 15th
street, was arrested by Officer Ed
wards Sunday and charged with
Births Are Reported
Three births were reported at
the office of the city health offi
cer Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R.
Schwesinger, 1360 North 18th
George Edward Matthcs died at
his residence, route 8. Jan. 3 at
tho age of 21 years.' Survived by
his parents.. Edward Matthes Sr.,
and Florence Matthes; sisters,
Marguerite and AngUsta "MalthesV
brother, Marion Matthes; grand
mother, Mrs.. Susan MeMunn;
aunts. Miss Ella ' McMuun, Mrs.
Jennie Crotcau. Canada; Mrs.
Marie Mumper, Brooks; Mrs.' Mary
Matthes. California; Mrs. Bertha
Matthes. eastern Oregon f Mrs.
Pauline Matthes, Brooks; Mrs.
Georgia Matthes, Brooks; cous
ins. Miss Velma Matthes, east
ern Oregon; Master Stuart Cro
teau. Canada; Wilma Matthes,
Elsie Matthes. Merle Matthes,
Iluth Matthes, Brooks: Uncles,
W. A. Mumper, Willard Matthes,
Prank Matthes, James Matthes,
Ivwis Matthes, George Matthes,
Jufcn Matthes. Funeral services
will bo held from Webb's funeral
parlors Tuesday. Jan. 5 at 1 p. m.
Itev. Lovell officiating. InteTmcnt
at Hayesvillc cemetery.
Near Hopewell. Monday eve
ning, January 4, Alfred Sim kins,
age 63 years, native son of Yam
hill county, son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Hiram B. Simkins, pio
neers of IS 47. Survived by his
wife. Mrs. Sattie Simkins: father
.of Guy Simkins f Portland, Mrs.
Jessie Ottinger of Hopewell, Lloyd
Simkins of Garibaldi, and Mrs.
Georgia Cook of Salem; brother of
Newton Simkins of Hopewell,
Jess Simkins of Salem. Mrs. Mary
Weston of Oregon City. Mrs. Jen
nie Williamson of Rainier. Mrs.
Belle Gooding of San Francisco,
Mrs. Etta Charles of Oregon City,
Mrs. Florence Mortensoa of Port
land, Mrs. .May Versteeg of Hope
well, and Mrs. Rosa Smith of Pen
dleton. Funeral services will be
held at Hopewell Wednesday, Jan.
6, at 2 p. m. The remains are at
the Rigdoa mortuary.
In this "city, January 4. D. R.
Cochran, age 8t years. Civil War
veteran., member of Sedgwick
post, CAR.: father of Mrs. W. L,
Wilson of. Roundup. Mont.;. Miss
Adona Cochran at1 Saiem. Charles
N. Cochran of Walla Walla. Wash..
and Dun let U. Cochran of Beaver
ton, Or. Mr. Cochran was a mem
ber of the , Methodist Episcopal
church." Announcement "of funeral
later from the Rigdon mortuary.
- . At the home, 660 North High
street. Sunday., January 3, David
Steiner. age 8 1 years," father of
Mrs. F. H. ; Berger of Salem and
Afthin Steiner of. Portlands H Mr.
Steiner bad been a resident ot Sa
lem for 44 years. Funef al aer
vices will be held Tuesday, - Jan.
S.vMfJ ; p! m.;j f rom .tl Rldpn
mortuary. t Interment city , view-
j,- .-few
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-, , George . .. .
'h la tuls icity January 3, Sylvea
tef 1,1 Gcorko ago ,7 2 years. Vn
era! cervices -Tuesday if tern ton,
Jan; 6, from the Rigdon mortuary.
Interment'; IOUF; ' cemetery. 1
street, receired a daughter Janu
ary 2. an dhave named her Erma
Ruth. A son was born December
22 to Mr. ad Mrs. J. F. Dancy of
Salem, and has been named Earl
Bobby. To Mr. and Mfs. W. A.
Cox of Salem a son was born on
December 29, and has! received
the name , of Bert Benjamin.
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Bicycle Stolen M
Edward Raffety, 375 North 14th
street, has reported to local police
that his Harlef Davidson bicycle
was stolen from In front of the
Oregon theater between 1 and
8:50 p. in. Sunday.
Xew Years. New Home
Take this 4 rooms i new with
furnace, fireplace, hardwood, etc
T'e have three-inortb.iaouth and,
east, f 3600 to 13800. Terms,
II 60 to $600 down, balance like
rent. Immediate possession on Z.
Becke . Hendricks, 1S9 N. High
street. ' .- - 4 d26tf
Arrested on Traffic Charge
J." W. 'Hill. 6C6 Center street,
was arrested Sunday by Officer
Edwards on Center street. He was
charged with driving without a
drivers license.
Coughs and colds are a natural
sequence to an unexpected bliz
zard, and should be treated
promptly to offset complications
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
is a pleasant and effective remedy
for coughs and colds. Keep a bot
tle' on hand for any emergency
"The children and I had colds and
the first dose -of Foley's Honey
and Tar helped us right away."
writes Mrs. Mather, s Rlchwood,
Ohio. Foley's Honey and Tar is a
good cough remedy for the whole
family. It contains no opiates.
Building Permit Issued
Felix Weinman has taken out
a permit from the office of the
ctty recorder to construct a one
story dwelling at 1765 i Maple ave
nue. The structure lis to cost
.Mis Simpson Speak
In Portland recently at the
Oregon State Teacher)' atocia
tion, Miss Anno Simpson of the
Marion County Child Health Dem
onstration, spoke of the work in
Richmond school. She mentioned
especially the opportunity room,
conducted by Miss Laura Eaton.
She also showed some exhibits of
work done in the Richmond
910 Coupon Books for 5
Salem Cleaners & Dyers.
Bids Are Received j
Bids for the electric fixtures for
the new YMCA building were re
ceived by the building committee
of. the association yesterday. No
awards have been made as yet,
however. Thursday the bids for
most of the furniture for the build
ing will be received.
Fined for Speeding ;
Roy Dalzell, who was arrested
Saturday night by Officer Edwards
for speeding, was 'fined $7.50 by
Judge Poulsen Monday.
Bits For Breakfast
It Is a good record--
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The record of the Salem Cham
ber ot Commerce for the past
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The outstandlngr j accomplish
ment bcrag the successful launch
ing of the second linen mill r
Then there was the! securing of
the Marion county child health
demonstration, which will show
benefits throughout all the years.
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It has done a lot of other good
things. It has kept Salem on the
map by good publicity; fathered
the "Trail 'em to Salem" cam
paign; issued folders, a weekly
bulletin; given out Information to
all comers; sponsored community
clubs; got sugar beet growing
demonstrations; secured soil sur
veys; helped get the Western
Paper Converting company start
ed; attended to street decorations
during the state fair; headed the
corn show and community exhibit,
and done a lot ot other things
every day ia the year, tor the good
of Salem and surrounding country.
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There are two suggestions for
major activities fori this 1 year:
First, a beet .sugar factory! Oet
the right organizer, and this will
bo easier than securing the second
linen mill. Second, back a slogan
campaign for walnuts or filberts
on oyery farm with suitable soil.
That would have far reaching re
suits, lasting throughout tho ages.
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By tho way, the Salem Chamber
of Coraraerco ' helped - in getting
our first .linen mill launched, f - .
The veil! the yeiliab thin.
I Twixt us and theei
The mystic Tell, when shall , It
'tV - fall.
, , .That wo nsy. K;T
Not dead, not aieoplng. not even
- . Rut present
And waiting -for. i the coming
H Of God's sweet Will.
rIarriel' Ooochet Btowe.
W.T. Rigdcn
Did Ypu Ever;Stpp
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thaws, Okla Bosta of OoouacrM
H. C. Spauldtng,' publisher of
the Shawnee (Oklahoma) Morn
ings News, says: , -V i
That newspaper advertising is
on thing that has not permanent
ly Increased in cost since the war.
That newspaper ' advertising
rates hate, only beenv increased in'
proportion to circulation in-
, That the newspaper itself has
uot been cheapened with greater
dale but has been strengthened
and tnproved in all departments.
,That today -newspaper fadver
tising is of greater importance to
the retailer than good merchan
dising, for without the customers
the latter is of little avail.;
That consistent advertisers pre
senting rruthful messages telling
of their merchandise come to have
a character of inestimable, value
in the holding of old and securing
of new customers.
That it would be better sense
for a. merchant to lay off his chief
clerk three days a week than to
let his store go unadvertised for
three consecutive days. . J
That newspaper advertising is
the most efficient salesman any
merchant can employ, the percen
tage of sales costs being far lees
than any other method used to,at
tract custoffiers.
Advertising has long j since
ceased to be a gamble, bringing
sure results when seasonable and
the quality and value of merchan
dise is right. i
Hood River $10,000 concrete
building erecting at State and
First streets.
for Vel vei shaves t j
One happy Khaver says, If
I could not have a James
Htropper I would not hare a
Gillette Razor." 3, Gold
Plated in Morocco Case, j
Capital Drug Store
'4'03 Cor. Liberty
1690 North Cottage, Corner of Cqttagc;
and Jefferson '
On Friday, January 8, Commencing at
.1:30 p. ml'-1 v", -v'; 1 ''"l
ConKiHting of one 0-roomeI f uUy modern house, t ul( cement '
basement, lot 00x120. Tlis house Is nearly new And well
built and wUl be sold on very easy: terms. One block to.
ear. line, three blocks to school; also tho furniture com
prising: . i - . i- -" , I ' '
.Two bed springs, mattress, and dressers; 1 bed spring,
and-mattress; commode; 1 oak library table. 4 drawers: 1
plush lounge: 1 sanitary couch;. 1 china cabinet; 2' plat-
form rockers; 2 upholstered mahogany chairs; 2 f rocking
chairs: 2 dining chairs; 6 kitchen chairs; cougoleum
rugs; 1 standard sewing machine; 1 round extension- tabln;
1 kitchen tabic; 1 stand; lbook rack; 1 clock; lj heater.
' board and pipes; 1 kitchen stove and pipes; 1 largt kitchen
combination cupboard; quantity of, dishes:- 50, feet: of gar
()A hose; 1 lawn mewrr; SO quarts of home canned fruit:
empty fruit Jars; 4 cords of dry wood; garden toolaj 8 good'
hens, laying - j- - : ! ' ' -'- - f! .v...v
. Parties looking for a home should attend this-! sale a
the proprietor is leaving for Canada. Tenhs'furniture cath.
Terms of real estate made known on day of sale -prior to '
offerings. ;
Proprietor - is ..- Auctioneers
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,City Property Salesman
t ' Fdnn Property Salesman
.Exchange Saleslrnan' '1 ' J
Opportunity for Advancement .
We Have 3000 Exchange
, Average salesmen develop into $500 a
r month TOen "uiidcr our system 1
iVSeyMrA Gaskin personally,' Parker
- Realty company, 408109 United States
-r National Bank Bldfr- f .Commercial a t
' - State. Telephone 2242;rSaern,'Orcsch.
Leads Trainmen
in Campaign for
Leadership of the jrail brothr-
hoods held by the la j.e Warren S. !
Stone, awaits W. G. .ee (above),
president of the Brotherhood of,
Locomotive Tralnme, If he can
bring success to the latest efforts!
of the trainmen to obtain and in-,
crease which will 4t them back
on the wartime vag scale.
An economical and effective
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rough syrup made in Salem
ind sold only by
The Yclloir Front--Phonc 107,
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135 j?fortu. Commetrcial' Street
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