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SUNDAY MORNING; AUGUST. 22, 1025
'Vlli' uttr:n? statunjian, iai.jm. 4kkiU.n .
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; ... .Ventilation
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FCEG LiLt i!SD
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Rasterihg;bf Office .Rooms
Wain, Part of Work Still
- .-Incomplete1;- r ;
' Construction of. office rooms' at
Che east end of the new paper mill
a nnex aia , the' main' work' yet v ;nv
f.nisbed' there, y Plastering, f the
office remains to be' donev.and
v.prk on it wilU sart Monday or
Tuesday. l jWas anHouncedk" tv:A
The ce'w.'otTIce.ap'artments. c'onr
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Will Be Feature of New
i , -
uITGftE.1WL,3 ihAt U.of the maor rooms i
7-7- 4n1 r-" bare doable etjosore bo aeces- I
Tyzs : y l
rfVvMi ''S'rm ;
I IimVJI-. ' T flll ! r
J tVJV.- I ljttll
- run no .W
:axd specificatioxs r'uftxisiiEp tor'
Tf Tir:TntrfxTr - l 'in 'ATMmi;
1830 ' V - Saleni. Oreson
tain two rooms situated one "floor
level aboTe Commercial street and
occupying a spaced 13 6. by' 32 feet
in area.; extending across the en
tire front of the building. A stair
way at the southeast .corner leads
to the rqoms.t Carpenters are now
at work building ,thia stairway. '
Two-thirds of the large amount
6t window glass nsed on the build
ing is in placed ' The instating ot
this glass is expected to last about
10 days or two weeks more -
: Forms naTe been taken ' from
the last ' cement, laid, on an ' elevator-
Shaft - at the Tear of the
building, and, : the elevator will be
installed soon'. ..
Laying of the patent tar roofing
material- was halted by the recent
falny Weather, but it can be fin
ished in about one day of snnfly
v - s
- i... ..-I. J. V.'.
t a 1 - .' . , m . - ,. . i
Hofne Plan " ' .
j While primVrliy designed as J
a permanent ..home Qra,sQiall ,
family the house plan of today,
designed : toy ? Harry JJoland 'of y
the Unlrersal ;Plan t Serrice, ,
cmiq wen oe vsea lor xne con-
straction of a beach or moan- ;
tain resort home; t ,
1 'The elans , DroTlde for : four
rooms, the feature of which is "i
(he 'large living-roomv H feet 1
' t inches by 17 feet, with a me
' v lace In the center of the outer
en ..occupies the .front f the !l
' souse, white to the rear are
. , t,hor sleeping quarters and bath- ,
rooni. ... , "
saryiio aaeqnate Teniuauon. a
I The "plan provides for ant ex- '
terlor finish Is Bingfes, thoagh
for pef maheht construction," ef-
fectiTft resalts coald he obtained ;
by the use of brick. The brick
stoop, with the ; small portico
above adds materially to the
f"0" aaas materially to the
appearance of the front ot the
house wnich is gabled.
weather, according to a' statement
"White olf paint is being sprayed
on the tinder side of.the roof and
three "monitors' which ran east
and west the whole length .of the
roof. - r , '
A cement lining will belaid on
the machinery pits built 4nto the
concrete floor In the near future.
As soon' as the ... machinery has
been installed . In these - pits, ; the
same lining will be laid on-the
rest of the floor. a - , t , .t '
Some . of the machinery ;ls - al
ready the ground and will .be
installed, as .soon as the construe
lion details have been finished.
- Electrical fixtar'es I are hot1 lil
yet. Connections will be installed
for lighting : and for ' electrical
starting and stopping of the ma
chinery. - .
Pontiae SIx---a quality car' that
taxes no manVpurse. It bas qual
ity in desiga,"in workmanship and
in materials. Vick Bros, at .High
and TraoTe atreets. - ,)
; "jlaift L Eoff Electfltf Ehovthi
Court fit. Everything Electric,
from motorir and rixthres and Sup
plies to wiring. Get prices and
look at. completer stock v . .
Heat your homb Vimcai
v'"v V- X - :
in Prici " ? r 1 .
v Scientifically, Installed
3 : '
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fijure ;bur -ractal
W fcJ' -.
hLJIUiii: l.itli. .
Chambers -arid Chambers
Moves 'Into Recently
Finished Building .
i The Chambers " & , Chambers
Furniture company is rapidly moving-
all 4ts equipment Into, its new
building Just completed on North
High street. . The last touches pf
construction ; were put on last
1 1 About the , only y work left , tin
eompleted is - the .marquee along
the front lot the; baUding which
will .be put in as- soon, as it Is com-
Eed at i the ? fa'ctory. t Supports
f forms for it are already In
I" The. Capital.- Business college,
Which ' will occupy -the top, floor
d to moTe io until about Septem
ber 1. The plant it will occupy
here is considered one of the liipst
Ifficient and modern business cbl
lege plants in this district.
1 4 " Lked Possum -Meat
, MT. VERNON. O. (AP.1-
There are' - persons her who -re
member the last days of Daniel
pecatur Emmettj the famous
composer bf VDlxle, --who f Is
buried ' in - RfoundTiewu cemetery,
hear Mt. Vernon. ' 'V:.-
Wmmett; was Igbty-hIo years
bid when lie died, 'lie was- born
here in 1815 "and N died- ' in. his
cabin, not far from his birthplace.
I spent many ih hour in m-
mett's cabin," said 3. W, McCon
kle. !How be could - sing, and
play the violin. He would sing by
the hour, in hia old; age, if a fat,
sleek possum were promised him
at the end. j Ife was passionately
fond1 hit, the meat of that anlmaL"
Emmett received inspiration for
the swinging Jilt; of Xixie jwhlle
Watching a group of nefgroes load
cotton on the-wharf -at -Memphis,
according to McConkle. y . :
"Thtf r were htemmlhg said
McConkle: jus keeping, time as
tbey fuggled the bales, and some
thing in their attitude' and song
gave Emmett (he inspiration for
his Immortal tune! V
Sees Better: tasKWest : ', -r
- Relations In Students
1 . CHICAGO. "Harden of the
( world's peace, rests on the youth
or the nations the slldents."
Coincident with the expression
: of this thought hyiHarry F Ward,
secretary o t the Methodist Federa
tion; for Social Servicer,. onl Ms5 re
turn from- a year In the Orient,
It: has been , announced that the
Student Conference held at Evatfs-
ton last Christmas "wfll hare two
outgrowths (his year in att Amer
ican f student gathering at the
Unrrersity of Illinois, .September
ti and a meeting of foreign
and American ; students in New
York, September 10 to 17. " '
'-Added., significance to the Sin
dent movement In America, which
hs a coaneerpart In the Youth
movement In Enrope and the Stu
dent movement In the.Orieht,- was
given by Mr. Ward's appraisal of
world possiblUtlesi : ,i u:-i
;r After a yeabt'wprkflwith tbe
students of theOrient,: he said.
l come back with , the conviction
that, , the graves r menace., to .'.the
fvlarp; peaceful and ; cooperative
development of : mankind Is tthe
growing tension- between the: peo
ples, of. the East and hose of the
West. Unless ,th Is can be checked
it will lead mankind, in ;at genera
tion or two, into a'torse; jcatas
trophe than the - late European
war.? r . v-1 -
Ds ti. Mosher, Merchant.TaDor,
hi. turniaif .aut-. the nobbiest and
best fitting tailor - made, suits to
measure. 1 0 0 , Jtuslness ahd'jiro
fesslonal men buy of Mosher. ()
needs end requirements, ctre innutn-' I
erable. . ': 1 - : ' - 1
If you own your own improved .prop-"t-erty
discuss with us bur plan." " Ve enh '
cave ycu ccncidcrablb mchcy and fre
quently vc arc able to assist you in a'
vay tlicit will mahcit possible for you
to build nov. - "
-37 ' STAT
- Range 7eather Prophecy
;' ; WASHINGTON; D. aIf you can keep strictly scientific
Ub on the temperature and radiation of the sun, long range
weather, forecasting is: simple". . . & -; 5 , .
But there are few places in this world suited even to the
placing "ot supeTsensitive'instruments which record the suh's
temperature and temperament. Dr. Charles G. Abbot ot the
National Geographic : Society-Smithsonian Institution solar
radiation eiitiori has returned from a trip of 30,000. miles
in an effort to find the likeliest spot for observing.the sun.
1 His ifivestigations took him to the, edge otthe Sahara des
ert in JOgerdti to the sandy, wastes stretching, back from; the
Nile, to the Sinai peninsula where .Moses received the Com
inaridments froTn God; to the wild warrior tribes of the hills
of Baluchistan and at last to the land of the Hottentots of
southwest Africa.' w 'c"-
' r.; ,There, on ail isolated; precipitous peak he, found his goal,
and there caves are now. being fitted out to receive tvo Amer
icari observers ;a,nd their delicate , instruments for rneasuf'ing
the sunsradiation Orie more essential step in the attempt
to make possible weather; forecasting weeks and even months
ahead has thus been taken
f. For long.;range weather
Dr.i Abbot's, expedition for the
tion is apart. To explain the expedition's place iri these stu
dieS' will require aii understanding of present'sUtusV ;
f For more than 0 years ithe Smithsonian has been' mea
suring the sun's light .and heat. By 1903 the institution's
scientists varied from day to day and from year to year They
tested this fndusiany:-tfletetirenfe t stations Jraftgirfg
f roni; gea level to Mount;CaTif brnis" to th0 Deserts'- of ; Saliara
arid Chili, over many years of study before they allowed
themselves fully to believe it. ":i By 1925 ionclusve proof had
been j developed t.that: this, vafatfon ; influenced th. earth's
Weather. The manner in which this .influence, isf brought to
bear, i however, is very complex and .has not yet' beeii fully
unraveled, t fn:k - -; - : - .' : wit:
i - But it seems demonstrated that a ) variaQon, as maJJ as
pn&half 1 of one ter cent is stiff Iciento produce rqally notice
able' changes in weather. -1 For jthis reason it is vital that the
measurements of sloar radiation Joe accurate to the. highest
degree. increase, this accuracy is the main reason for the
establishment-of a new station in; the Eastern. Hemisphere.
Daily measurements from this istatiott will check those inade
at the two. stations in California and Chili, which the Smith
soriiirt 4B.6has '"i-iT::
.i'jThe ideal spot for pleasuring solar radiation would be at
the top of the earth's atmosphere. ' In choosing a site for; the
new station, therefore. Dr. Abbot had to seek: gpot whose
conditions approximated as
topv of the. earth s atmosphere.' First, the air had lo be as
pure as possible, free from dust and smoke it. had to be dry,
cause even a -small amount of water; vapor absorb great
quantities of sdlaY radiation it had!, to' be; rare, which condition
could pnly b satisfied b choosjnir a high altitude ; it had be
be uniform and uncnanging, . r t T ' sr )
"The search for a site approximating this ideal was
and difficult tut DrrAbbot finally fdtrnd a peak in the Hot-
cenxos .country ooum j aijt
tief e ,the new station? is; to be
per-sensitiT mstramenis, some oi
them . desisned by ..Dr." Abbot.
which record temperatures to the
millionth::, of r : degree. "Two
American scientists, bap"py; to
serVe even .'.in this world's-nd
place," are ; already bh their way.
Ahf:t; the; f reult TTarmers,
shippers, bnlldefs .all . whose
work contains v the Sreatber . ele
ment -wfil be able to know what
to expect with.' reasonable cer-'
ipali Observatory 1
Part of School System
OAKLAND, 5 CatOna"p of i; the
most important . municipal enter
prises in Oakland is astronomy.
Inatltlttfde tat ; least, theT city
Owned ' observatory has been 'put
above, everything else, ; for.. fit
stands on a high hnt just outside
the "paving.' u::'"f '11
Anthony Chabot. founded It in
184 wUh the gift, of ..an instru
men tt hen - considered . larger
and a iiseable financial donation
The observatory has the regala
ipm. revolving rome and how
possesses' a" twefity-fnch'TTelescopo
and moch other -valuable equip
ment. K -yx. m t: J- :fyn ?vy
- As a part of the pnblie school
system "It serves - as a class room
not only for 'school children but
also for thousands of growh-n'ps-
members of clubs' and others bf
the general public who are becom
ing asi famtttax ;wttlr the milky
way as Are residents of some cities
with" the landscapes in their own
Cy pur plan we build
yvi' a ;K6nXe td fit;
ycur wishes and re-. j
rirentcnts,: ;Tiie lc5-.
dblacmd close in, Ve
Cicit yea to f xhsnCe '
belli tiie property I
National. Geographic lExpedi
nearly .as possible those at the
ica wnica , saiisnea mm. . Ana
establishedV fitted: with the
Dbylencf ftondfon K6lc41
" Strong Places With Boys
I LONDON. CAP), Sir: Arthur
EConan Doyle has a strong . place
in the affections of English boys.
His '"White Company," "Sher
lock Holmes" and "Brigadier Ger
ard" ; are prime .favorites with" f a
majority of .12.S09 English boys
between fourteen and eighteen to
whom . the YMCA sent qnestioh
alreiThe boys also Tiked Jack
London's "Whit-- Fang." and
"Pickwick Papers? and "Tom
BrowttVScholdayS., - ' - . ' - -
' Much discussed modern sex no-
y.els.r'eceve4 few. votes.in the . re
plies. .. British .boys apparently In
cline to, adventure, detective .and
sport' stories in their preferences.
In r"eply : to queries as to .what
stories affected, them most before
they were fourteen, Treasure Is
land," "IlobLnson' Crusoe," ."Kid
napped . "S-rt-Ws ramlly ; Ttobin-
son f KBnUworth.;r ti "Westward
llo" and ."p.Ilgrlm's. Progress
wefe most frequently mentioned.
i as County Comrnissioner
: STs 3 PAtTLCv (AP) rHlke , ;0!
Dowd, popular, St. v Paul citizen
who held the world's middleweight
championship from 1911. to 1920,
has. Just been rewarded, by ; his
admirers .with the nomination .for
county commissioner of f Ramsey
county. --'Cv; w::' --:-:i--r-
v O'DowqV who as world's champ-
iott . enlisted - .iH taeJ service ' and
oerred" overseas, won the v title
from Al McCoy in 1917 and lost it
three years later to Johnny Wil
son. He retired from the Ting
about three years ago.
If O'Dowd is chosen for office
in the,, final election, his annual
salary will be but a small part of
what he received for many of his
Retire and' Grow Young,
, Sir Oliver Ledge Says
LONDON. Sir Oliver lAdge
laughs at the theory that retire
ment Is fatal to busy man. At 75
h? says he is feeling younger than
he did for years before he gave
up regular work. : ,
"Everyone should retire In good
ftime.'for it Is an absolute tonic."
declared Sir Oliver. fIont-walt
till yon wear 'out,' is my advice.
Retire while you ate. In good form
so you can do all things y.ou de
sire.' 'I am Jfeellng a lot. better
I ban I did when I was still In har
But Sir Oliver is -not retired In
the way many men think of re
tirement. He is busy roost of the
time with experiments of various
sorts, and only three months ago
announced tha discovery of a new'
sort of wireless 6ct la wtlcli il-
latfon Is abolfsi 3. - '
U WS, S
p. m. Call 17 tor
Ho. J10 Piidmt, O. r. EaJ -r
teUry. M. 0. Pilkeatoa. JtMto Me-
end 6atvr47, 8 :0 p. m. - -v-,
CA RPENTERS. ' UKIOH
Wm - Putt it. irrtrT.
EXTELi AND BESTACTBJLSrr KM
clT local 4 52, crerr third Monday,
:-45T ,Cort.- Hel -!. cretni'7.
gALEM' CJflOM LABEUf LEAGUE , r-
Atmt. - r. W. Soar. . cwUry, BoS I
44S, Salam. Ora.---g:i;ti ,--;;;;..r., t
raATEayAi ordb or kaoues,
rr Wadnwday, Fratarnity Bail, 8.
M.,WiUett. 8ery.-Tel. 889-a,. --,
KNIQirrS- OP - PYTHIAS; HEET3 AT
. , Pratarna! Hall Tory Toeaday aTaalo j.
.si Visitor tad. N. Park Sturjea, O.C
. Wiliir Lanen, K, of R. 6. - --- -- -
S XZU Ozt&n Otsttzztsa ;
Pabiiahed etary woraitif xept Hon
da y al Salam. tha capital ol Oreyom.
Daily or Sunday
"' S eDt per word
. '5 eonta pet word
ft eaaia r word
1 mo. dsUy sod Sua 20 centt par word
tlo rata, .idverfiMBiaat- atoat la
: , hVAi- taka .for Wa aafl5.
. Ada. fa Sunday ONLY (.
na-tia rat-' . ': 'yx.f -y..i ..
. Ai vrlfi'amaU " (oitcspl ' Psrtoaalil
tad Sitaattoaa Waatod) will ba tkn
oto( Uaa teiepaono it taa adrartlaar la
.Baacribar to oboae, . '
?h SttUtat ill .rtetlTf adTar-(TaemeBta-
t aay ima,of tha day ?
I bL ,. To-? nr proper, clatufloa
tioaa ids ajuoukf he Ia,MfM T p. bw
" ..TEliEPHOlSl! ;2r. OB 883 ,
M?ney to Loan
y - oW it lb T5sTAns ' v .
(fOVT Ladd.- Baair Banlr
HONEST ADVEiiTl SING Tha eoV
"', Bf autat ba kept Ira from anytSuaf
of a qoatlionabla natoro. HisrapTaaam
aations will not ba to! era tod. lafor
- via tion thowin-,any iioatiooablo, l-
teat om ftha part of tha adrartita
i thotild 1 ; reprtad it 'tb awa-
papar or tha Salaa Ad elntt.
bzk 0 roa top and paint: maa
. Sal 64
.B.wl9. Wanted O
WASTE! TWESTT - EVERQBEENJ
Kn-T leerj Harr ton t mclr.
Picking priee 3- cents.
Iaratd 8 miles
south of Sclent St
Saaoyside. " Ben
HOP PICKEna - WASTTEI- POK - TWOT
of 6ur yarda.' Uitoma fiascb near Xa-
epdene, 1T acrea,- and Curtie
RaiKhv Bear I Tmlbot atation, 80 acre a.
1 Usual eeommodattOBa t anrisbed. Tarda
. i& excellent eediti4n t - ricking, will
befia about - September 1st. Register
. mow at Adolph Bros. , cigar .store, -or
V Enrrbfat A Cornoyer, Boa 2, oyer Pen
BayB - atore - -' " " ' 9A3Z
SM NOW W8TIKO HOP -PICKERS POa
Williams Hop Kancb. Commence frost
1st to 6th of September. JU H. Taaek
er, B. 2, Salem. a Phone I15FI2. An
Chinese Women RndinO .
Freedom in Industries
- . -
SHANGHAI.- . (AP.V The
lot of .Chinese women Is improv
ing. ' - They. , are emanlclpattng
themselves front the thousands Ot
years of customs which relegated
them: to household seclusion. If
their" husbands were wealthy, and
to anlmal-llke f drudgery In the
fields if wedded to poor men.'
t ? Recent surveys of ' economic
conditions show that many banks
ahd t : othei1 commercial concerns
are employing Women' of the mid
dle and higher classes,4 and that
many are becoming members of
learne'd : professional , , ; .M a n y
Shanghai banks employ Chlnesa
girls ; as student . clerks, training
them for positions as stenograph
ers and secretaries. tv f yi
Young women clerks, -l to r the
astonishment of those who knew
China a decade ago,- are common
ly used in - commercial .houses ; of
numerbus cities. Women are add
ing greatly "to the wealfh of the
Soap anjAvfcfcrc:ve , u
, .Chicago- Stores Xlzzh
,. CHICAGO., , . Chicarci which
onceranked. not far fcclo'w Pitts-
bufgli in its reputed abllityt tro
dnce'i smoke' and dirt? and which
still vinauages to collect ' a-fair
amon ut of griirie heTertheless has
some of the: world's whitest and
cleahest buildings. ,Ct yy ,
This is not a paradox, hut . a
tribute to the ;cleafslng v.gnalities
of ant ancient . prodiict pounced on
for. modern skyscfapef f eonstruc
tion terra -eotta,-" Smooth " n-nA
glossyil yields readny to a little
soap and water . when oweerg give
the umidiBg s their annual or semi
annual. baUL:V.: :y,iAykj: - . j
Many of the huge department
stores" along. "Bute street are snr
faced in whlta terra .cotta i and
after-the eisricg cleaning they pre
sent a flasklngappearaBce among
their. duller brick and stone neighbors.-'
. . .. ' -
Among the newr bull&inrsj bulll
or terra cotU are the "Wrigley
twin towers" which continue their
da?t?inp' TwhltencEs , eve n through
the nislit under a battery 'of dow-
A. lfdla runnlp'r 40 ijaIIe3' an
hour -requires a-Quarter cf a nil?
to Stop, . An BBtortnhllT. rnm-lntr
25 '- i'"i hojr l ,iy" L f tr,,ped
in 0f?ft. nr.;-.: -r fl.! nf
m LmiI No. 441.
Help Vaated Ilalc
a pa vino rx)sTiox ur:v to nr.v-
'MwAKtivc t r-hrc?r. 'iske order
'. HhoM-iioirry direct t wrer. lood
1 income. IrrHnB Writ now. Tn
ren fehoe iitg. Co.. 82S Moh.wk Bids..
Portland. Oregon.- .
ck.iu.i Kond nhoto Fred k rui. l i -
Dbot rrd K l
Hoi It wood. Cl.
Help Waated Female 13
LADIES WE PAY 115.00 PER 100 TO
-gild Greeting Csrds. free particnlars
iot addresad envelope. YorkTille
Card Iept. K0, S64 Lexington Are
WORK AT' HOME S8 a doaen nakins
scarf. Experience unnecessary. No
eanvattlnjf. - I'articulars , tor t"'P.
Lianit .. berries, Ic, Deptrf B. J2a,
y-Lyn.. Mass. ; IZhii
NEW .INVEXTIOS PEEVENTS SHOUL
' der straps, slipping. . Real comfort at
lKti Women adore it. Wilt send you
one PKEE to BdrertiKO U Write Lib-
UGHTKIXG STORAGE BATTERY
i compound. Charro discharged . batter.
. iea instantly.' . Eliminatea Id method
entirely, Calloo Iree to agents. 1'ord
Batteriea S6.20. Lighting Co.. St
iBl -Klltft !'- ' 15a2
FIXE PROPOSITION FOS LIVE WIRE
talesman to-' sell, economic transporta
tion. " See Harry W.-Scott, "lb i.'ycUt
- Mn.'; 147 H.- fwa.n-i.l,- -.- 1 -a'J
BIO PROFITS TAKIKQ ORDERS FOH(
all . Wool guaranteed Suite at 23.83.
We deliver and . collect. Cotn miss ion
nd benub.. Crane-Kent, Dept. 89, 224
, K 8th ; SU Ciacinnsti. l?2Vt"
TAItORINO AGENTS - 12 PT.
,.-Wa .hare -profitable, ffuick : aellitHS
addition to your present; fin.. An ex-.
( hmiTe .srtlcle. Ko "comprtition. No
ioTestraent required, Writa today foif
full particulars. No obration. Wind
er Coat Co., "Dept. B-141, 225 W.
'MadiaoB. SC. Chicago " . ' 17a2"'
: : Waatsd-Bpienst
fOn . GARDEN JPLOW1KO, PA" T.HT Nf
dirfrLn and team work. l'Ao'- "tilt
, - - - - , - .. , ...
A' Ate lit .
rOB. RENT. 365
WE i ZIODSEKEKPSO SDITE. S OXJ5
. Bleeping room extra. 713 Center Ft. -
.-.y . t....-,..;. ;..,.r .... .itUl'
SIX-ROOM .COTTAfB AT KSWPOK1,
weU furBtabed. fbone 1480-i..,
. . . .--- ,21421
-I, i - i - ' -
PETUTED CARTS.-glZS Id ET tVt IS'
vordjn.,ior Eont," prica, 10 -oi
aaott.. StataamM SaainaaS - Oilioik
rxnmiSHEt APA&TitEST WITH (U)
daa. .1394 X. di,W. - : 21-if
FOR RENT f HOtTBFt AST APAIL1V
sraota. T. L. Wood, Sal f '. : .
... .4 - "n,;a,if
: Fo Ite'at---Apartiliats g3 r
rOR:RENT-COZY APARTM-ENT; HOT
ra tor beat, lights, aod water furnt&beil.
- Phone 4 (ift-J. forenoons. . ' . aDaaa"
WELL FURNISHED, 8 . 'aooiiS.' PR K
-ato- tath. J4r f a. - 23 i y tt
.". Tog JUnt Soused 27 ' .
KEW MODERN 4R0OM BUNGALOW
S end BOok.iSSS 00, . 147?' Msrkat Ss.
Get key frpm UUSSELLE, 17j S. Hi;D.
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SEVBN-SOOM . HOUSE . NEARLY FDR
, niabed. -. fine looatioo. '155 bo. Com'li
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I BATS SEVERAL IRRIGATED FARMS
for rent.. P. E. , Thonseon. Tomer,
.0u Phoan f XX. - aaltt
Wsated ZXXacectBTaeoTJLS 35 -
WANTED ON MAN,
'ssw.- Phone 1TP3.
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LOT ON LINCOLN AVE. -WILL ACCEPT
carpenter work- as part pay. 1595 So,
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PLAIN SEWING AND MENDING.
- PhoB'1149-T city lor country. : o5a2j"
WANTED-BY.. RESPJ-CTAI-1. Z :;il
die aged gentleman, room with
fatt- in Brir'ate house. Box 1 -.7,
-. Statesman. ' : Sia30
Btrr xjbkj) itens nxrrnixo. .t jwel
;.y.'--hias, -Tools,'' Bicycles. f ur E
change. S24 N. Comnerciat, phoae 856.
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WANTED PRIVATE ..MONEY POii
farar toasts. -Wn have sevaral applies
tiona on hand. Hawhiaa -Iiohrtf
. .lae. $05 Orepd Bivf 8idl4ii
rURNITTJRn PACKING7; TO . FJIP
Gieae. Powers i urnivara Co.
PETIT PRUNES, APPLES AND CHICK
en. E. JT Ay era, phone 100F3. .
-w , . '. ..... . . , 37a28
ONE WINCH ESTER -30-30 RIKLE ANI
one Winchester So-SO. ,all Bacon
HALES AND FANCY CRAVENSTEINS.
. Ruliftoa's, Rt. 8, Box 59. Bring t-rxs.
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IOR SALE JACK'S i SANDWICH
Rhoppe a fcarctin if takes at on-.
lirbt door eskt Blijh Hotel. S7s'JJ
MACHINERY TARgUH A R POTATO
di??era, plow end eltor typo., Far
quhar Cider Treves, 15 f BBI.
sues. Psrquhsr Hay 3 ! r& aud ed
tiriaders. . fsrqnhar , En..ns Boilers
And SawmU'.i. Write for Iree Cata
lost. - . . . .
Western Esr)abr I'achinery Co.
, ,220 East lt fetreet,
, . Portland,. Ore-.a 37sC3
VERY PINK 3 LAV '!
.leaving town., lii
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OOMbiNATIO. AlA-4-AW ZlA. K,
heating atotre. kitchen cab. net.
' '--Center .St. - ... ... , 37a'22"
woz sals rtr - NEwr.r x 10
. eenta a boaa.. States maa Oi...c, 515
South Commercial. &t. 7j22tf
C MELODY SAXA?: ONE. LIKE NEW,
fine case, lets i'h i half priee. Call
od try it at 849 i ral Avenue. 37a23
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, .ag, "moodi t- X "it," pri'-e I
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- rround lioor.
FOR SALE ONE MAESWFXT T LEC- ( jkl
trio wexher; 1 Victrt,i; i , oe-toclc ' t ,
trpwriter; I Iiirry - t&;; 1 for II
ltQ. Box 84, fctautsman. ii7a24' c-4.
heed . baby cir.r.ucr. . IN COOD
. condition. Will aeti or trade i r pal
lets. Tel. 13j6J. iiaai
BARTLETT PltARR ON E CE NT A
pouad. BpponSt 40 rntt a Vx. Close
la, triog boxea. 813 . rsl A - .
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