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SUNDAY-MORNING, OCTOBER' 171 92(T
Small Cottage Makes Appeal to
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cTJie,liYing, roorq-ia, of ample size forta, small family .having the fireplaco in the-center so that
It can be utllUed for the kitchen flue alao. The kitchen is well arranged tor convenient house
l keeping. The breakfast hook with its two windows is a cheery little room' and large enough for
I all ordinary requirements. An Inclosed back porch with grade entrance la very convenient,
i " This home contains 710 square feet of floor area.. - -
' XM3CAVUXX BAPTIST CHTJKCB -Service
will bo held today at 11 a.
en...endv 7:30 p.as., at tie Y. M. C. A.
building. 'At the morning service the
sermon will be- preached by lr. A.. C.
Catea; and tbe evening service will bo in
charge ot-Charles I. Sauey. A cordial
invitstion'to attend these services is ex.
tended to 'alL .r: -t
... JASOXOXa MEMORIAL
K. Wiater 8t at Jefferson 'Ave. Take
the Fairground' Bus to Summer and Jef
fersoa Ave bten one block npst. Thomas
Aches n, pastor; Mrs. ; Oentry and" Bert
Thompson, helpers, in charge of Jnnior
ehseeh. The pnbbe is invited, to share
ia h following services On the ' earning
Lordfat Bay :5f a.., as.. Rally Day pro
- gia--ia-h - the -aaditoriam. citbUe
worship at 11 e.-m... ed -7:SO p. m.
Morning aermonr' Family Religion'
bacraosent.of infant baptism at- Uiia sr
vioe, Kvening theaaev 'Uyaamie Reli
gion." Three chapter of Kpworth Lea
gue meet st o lav p. m., . tor nevoiionai
service. - Toaar ( peopl- of junior high,
hirh eeboel, college -and business groups
invited. Open Forum for adults in school
annex at thia houh-also. Good fellow-
shi. "inspirational ' aingiag and , gospel
preaching will -feoture these services.
Official ; board " meets Tuesday T:30,
Church night, wiater elaaaea aegin Thurs
day 7:3a v- m. There la place and a
welcome for you. ... ft ,. f-. ,
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,.t , roir SVAVOEUCAX.
Center ad Liberty, F". B. Culver, pas
toK Sundsy school 9:45, 1 L. Thorn
ton. superiatendeat. Tb . services- at
o'clock will bo in charge of the Womaaa
MisiojTr society. Mra. G. X. Thompson
one of 'th Ueiegatea of the-Quadrennial
Convention bold at Alleaeewn, Pa- will
giro her report. Evangelical League of
Christian Endeavor meefat 6;30,-Anna
Mile. preidnPaUiaet Rickli, leader
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Yoii Arc 'Never Throush Paying Rent!
TThy not-talk ta us regarding a home of . your1. own
cr.e Luilt to-suit yoar desires the home you. have been
c?i-rvfiTninfe about and wishing for for a' loner, long- time.
Yourrent rnoney' will "
hems ana nave
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-ns Plan Number 447 t ' 1
and Specifications Furnished
Tbe Evangelical Lesgu of Christian . Fa
deavor wlkt aUo have charge of the even
ing service at 7:30. - They will present a
sacred - concert, the theme of which -will
be, vrhe Missionary-Spirit." The pa n
tomLno by a group' of young people tram
the Brocks district. Prayer meetings will
beheld on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock
at ' tbe homes of M. Rasmuasen 1S30
Broadway St., with Mrs. O.'S. Thomp--sos)
as leader. Mra. Montgomery, 76d N.
17th St., with .Mrs. I. 9. L'Irich as leader.
Mts. Arthur Rex, 1820 S. High St with
Mrs. Seifarfb aa leader.' Prayer meeting
en Thursday at the xhurch at 7:30,
Cottage and Chemekete. Rev, Martin
Fereahetian, minister. Church school at
10 a.- m graded instructions. Class' for
adolts conducted by the minister. Devotional-aerviee
at 11 a. m. Mr. Fereshe
tian will have for his subject; "Tbe Pyra
mid: Man's truest for- Immortality."
This is the first of a series of sermons
under ft0 geaeral till of "Sermons in
Stones.'.', Mrs. M. Fereshetisn will sing,
"Th Cross,'- by Wajre. Mr. W. A. lien
ton at the- Organ. The Emerson ems
will not meet thia coming Thursday on
1 account of the Olaen Players, aa an op
portunity will ' be given to members to
attend the play.. i . .
-v- METHODIST EPISCOPAL l-?
Corner State and Churchi FC; Taylor,
D. V. Service It a. m end 7:30. p. m.
Sermon topics.-; "Evangelical Altruism'
and "Leader, ia tb Making." Special
music,' "O For a Closer Walk With God"
Myle 'Fester. Incidental solo, Aldeane
Smith, -A KaigbS of Bethlehem." Born
Mhein. , Sunday School 0:45, a. a., Ii. P.
Shanks. snperintendeaU- - University Ep
werth League, Joel Berremaa, Leader,
Topic, "How Jesas. Answers Life's Ques
tions. t First- Church Ed worth Le rue.
'.Roxeaa 2ielie ieader. -Intermediate
-nd jn the end you own the
it nioney. . It's the better
i Hr:r?.v for Les3
Tear ; Forecast .
Builders , .;
- ti1fa.llv adanted : for small
family is interesting because of 1
i m . i i I v. A H B
sacrifice of beauty. jv .r v
Economy in construction and
in the use of floor space offered
in ; the accompanying simple
cottage design appeals strongly
to the home builders and thou
sands of dwellings of this type
hare been erected i daring the
pastf three years byr families of
moderate means in Foruana's
suburban' districts, i ! -
. The scenic : earironment , of
1 the city's ; residential sections,
with a wealth of foliage, Oow-
ering plants, and green: lawns,
adds to the beauty of the de
sign and brings into full play
the homelike qualities of the
cottage type, and . keeping this
house on a low foundation will
rery materially add to the ap-
pearance of Its slie. "
Two; ' good ..; sired'- chambers
with closets and wladows af
fording , cross , Tentilation . are
conveniently arranged.- The lo
cation - of. the:, bathroom with
door connecting,1 with hall is
conveniently arranged with re
spect to bedrooms.
Learne. :. fellowship hour and election of
officers at 5 .-30, Miaa Esther Palmer and
Miaa Elvira Young. eupertnteaaents.
Prayer and praise aerviee Thursday even
ing at 7:30. The subject for discussion
will ba ."What Are Bom of the Obsta
cles in the Wy of a Revival Today f "
Junior church at 11 a. m., -jstaaie in
Homo. Missions," by Mrs. Ada Miller. .
FTJLL GOSPEL MXSSIOV
"237 SUte . Ralph V. Bullock, pastor.
Services 2 and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
8 p. m. Bible study aad evangelistic
meeting Wednesday. Thursday and Satur
day night at 7:45. 'Times of refresh
ing from the . presence of the Lord" is
coming to those who. are honest aad sis
rerely hungry for more of -Ilim who said.
'I am the way, the truth: ana the nie.,
FTRST CHRISTIAJr '
Center and High, E. C. Whitaker. pas
tor. Vivian G. Whister, assistant psstor.
Services 11 a. Ba and 7:30 p. m. Ser
mon topics. "The Church of the Yester
day and Today," and "The Man Who
Waa Tee Good to Live or Die." Grace
Fawk will sing, "How Lovely Are Thy
Swelling Lord," and there will be music
by the choir. Sunday school 9:45, E. C.
Whitaker, superintendent. Christian En
deavor and Intermediate Endeavor meet
at 6:30. Enthuaiastie meetiaKs, ell young
people-welcome. Beginning Sunday, Oct.
3 1st we will bold evangelist services every
night. ' : The pastor will he the evangelist
and ' Lester 1'arnum of Eugene, the song
ST. PATXL' 8 ( Epueeoal)
Chnreh St.. at Chemekete, Rev. It. Dun
can Chamben.. rector. Holy Kuebarist at
7:80 a. m., ia the chapel. Morning pray
er with; sermon and mnsie at 11 a. m.
Evening prayer, at 7:30 . p. m. Church
school at 0:45. Young' peoples', fellow
ship it :.'IO p. n. The services of the
mission will continue throughout tbe week
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173 SOUTH COJJIIERCIAL
' -i-H YARD
.."Onill CAPITOL 4 . -
with Dr. Wvfctor preaching tbe porpcl.
Dr. Webber-h intereKting taene wbo heer
him end it i beped that maay -will bear
him tbU week who.wre pTereuted lat
week. At tb li m. ta. aerrice today the
veated ehoic nndrr the direetien of Mn
Myrtle KnowUnd will the "T
lioem' br 8hUlinetwith the eoto parte
taken by Mn. Cerjtoil Smithy Jr. .iih'
tee, M Ua RTithjJIedd and K. V, OerJte?
barb .mad T.- iJr WilUauH Tbe enthem
will be ""Like A a Hart." by Went, with
eto parte by Mr. Hingea Miaa Reed, T.
1 William .. and P. ' . Ierkebaeh. The
o'her BMnnber ef tbe vekted rhoir are:
Mm. O. ' if. Adams, Mra. ' K. V. Kuha,
Sire.: Perry Birmton, Mra. Bula Creech,
Miaa lleen Beaty. MUa Ueen Ctlaon, Miaa
Qveeiue'de Lisle, MUa Mary Kafoury,
Miaa Lacy Brown, Miaa Henrietta White,
Mra. Jaemee, Miaa- fiarab LaaainK, Eunice
Weolork. Gweea Adama, Mr., I'swaaend,
Mr. Xeimeyer aad Mr. Lvper.
liberty and Marion, Her. Ernest H.
Shanks, paster, Services 1L a. m., and
7:30 p. m. Sermon topics, "The la
dwelliBr Spirit." and 'Redemption from
Sin." Morning anthem. "Praise Ye the
Father," Gonnod. Vuet, "KeMe"netion,"
Car Komi, Grace Fawk and R. II. Rob
ertsoa. Oifertory, "Beim Kra&tawin
den," Seisa, Mrs. W. F, Foster. Sunday
school 9: A3, Kd Srhanke, superintendent.
B. Y. , P. U. at : 6 :30, new officers in
chare,, Charles Anderson, president.
Keening muaic: Prelude, "Chsractoris
tiqn," Sinding-, Mrs. -W,; F. Foster; piano
solo. "Liebestraam," Usit, Robert Alex
ander; eiolin aolo, "Serenade," -Valdei-Kreiasler,-
Mra. Bfilen fielig'O'neil; vocal
aolo. "O for Cleeer Walk," Jehnsoa,
Miaa Thelma Daria; Anthem, "Softly the
Silent Kisht," Neidlinger; ' Poathide,
"Romanae, Mra. Foster. Prayer meeting
on Thursday evening. . Meeting of Count-on-Me
clasa at the home of Mra. G. Ed
Raaa, 1433 Court St Wedaeaday after
noon. Meeting of Women' .. Circles on
Friday afternoon. . - .
. t B. 8. jA. .
International Bible Students Association,
at their usual meeting place, Derby Bldg.,
Court and High. . A puhJie- lecture will
take place Sunday, Oct. It at 8 p. m.
Topic, ."Eartha Greatest Conflict Near'
Thia lecture is not intended' aa a scare
but rather as a message of-comfort and
assurance, that the trouble which all
thoughtful, people for aee, will not mean
ruin, but will bring the desire of every
honest heart - Haggai 2 : 7 namely neace,
health, happiness and life. .
....First church, corner Liberty and Cbe
meketa.' Sunday morning eervicea at 11,
Sunday evening services : at 0. Subject
of lesson sermon, "loctrine - of Atone
ment." : Wednesday evening testimonial
meeting at 8. Sunday ' scheol ' sessions
convene at 9:30 end 11 i. m. Reading
room 209 Masonic Temple, open daily
from 11 to 5:30, except Sundays and holi
days; Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5, every
evening except Wednesday and' Sunday
from 7:30 to 9.
L FIRST SPIRITTJAL
Tbe Ft(-st Spiritualist church of Salem,
will hold services at their ball (over Mil
ler's store) this Sunday .'evening 7:30
o'clock. Mrs. La Valley of Portland, will
be tbe speaker and message bearer. The
public is cordially invited to the meting.
KSIGHT MEMORIAL (PongTegatioaal)
10th. and Kerry, II. C. "Stover, pastor.
The dedication nervices of thn new church
building erected as s niemorisl to the
Rev. P. 8. Knight will be beTd at 11 a.
m- 2:38 and 7:3(1 p. m. The morning
sermon win oe py aupl. U. if.. Harrison,
of Portland. In this service the vested
choir will sing, "Spirit of Holiness." by
nriiaemexe .ana rtejoice for tiie iord
Reigneth," by Wilson. Ronald Craven
will sing as an offertory nolo, ."Open tbe
Gates of the Temple," by Knapp. The
aerviee of dedication will take place at
2:30. The dedicatory sermon .will be
by Dr. W. C. Kantner. The two sneciai
mnaical nnmbera will be solo by Miss
Kate McEwen . of Milton; Ore., and Mr.
Everett- Craven of Portland. In flie even
ing service. Dr. I'red J. " Cldrk wilr speak
on Tbe Church and Civilisation. Fol
lowing the address the veated choir, with
Donald 3. Allison at the organ, will ore-
sent a concert including the following
Choru...."Send Out Thy Light," Gounod
Chorus "Seek Ye the Lord," Roberta
Chorus "The Holy Hour," Kevin
&olj 'O Divine Redeemer OAnnnd
.; .Mia Kate McJBwen
"Fear Xot Ye O Israel," Max Spieker
Vnnt f"HHei - i .
Oblirto elo , -Mr. I. J. Murdoek
rThnrUst' . ''KAAa (kl TtitS l A.krewawl
! Obligate solo Ronald Craven
Chorus.... J ' Lava DUin, ; Wildemere
; CHRISTIAN- AND MISSIONARY
Tabernacle 6i Ferry. St., H. E, nd
Jirs. vsiweii. psstors. Sunday school
convenes t 2 p. nr.. J. Wilson, superin
tendents - The sfternoon 8 p. m., service
is neia-in tne Urand theater. High, St
t.vsngeDst Moore will preach, subject :
Jin ta iay of Wis Preparation." Even
tng service 7:30, Rev. Moore wilt preach,
subject, "Three Wars to HelL" Ser-
vices id . the Grand theater every night
nexi ween i :v. Mr. and Jirs. PI ark will
Sing in; every service. Edith W. Clark
ia. leader of a large choir. Philip Kerr
pianisa seconrpaniea ay a string orchestra
will fuarniah the muaic. Monday - night
nev. moore win lecture on nut experiences
in the destruction of Yokohama. Janan.
where he was then as a missionary. Seats
ree. ocrv we every nitrnt..
Center and' Liberty, Charles K. Ward,
pastor. S Services 11 a.; m.. and 7:30 n.
M. Sermon topics, "The Meaning of
llM,MlnM " MTlA Y7A ' T. ... U T .
Wrho Leveth Best. i The ; nuartet will
sing "The Karth 1 fcte lord's and Cod
Is a Spirit. In the evening aerviee the
hymns wilt be nunc from the ecrcen.
Sunday school 10. Mark. Afrt'alHstcr. au-
neriotoitdent. Thursday 7:30 the atudv
: the LeUe to the .Romans will begin.
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If i,, , - I - 5 r fc J
W?nREHC)USE v ;. : ! r
Thia will be av good epportonity for new
people to atari in a Bible- atedy coarse.
The pastor ' begins thia noriiiag s a :rie
ef sermons on the theme. "Step in the
Christian. Life." Plan to bear them eU,
they will be ef educational aa well as in
spirational value. Tho evening aerriee
wHt include the great picture; "The Aa
cient Mariner," declared to be the great
est pbantsty picturf yet mad4
COURT STREET CHRISTIAN
Court and N. 17th, K. U. mtnam. Set
vicea 11 a. ra and 7:30 p. m. Sermon
topics, "Tbe New Testament Church."
and "The New Testament Plan of Sat
atien." -Today is Rally Day.' There
will be special mnsic by Mrs, Joy Turner
Moses orchestra, voeal -solo and mala
quartet. Sunday aebeol 9:45 . m . W.
Cooley. superintendent. Volunteers will
visit 'shut-ins in the afternoon. Christian
Endeavor 6:30, interesting meetings and
programs for the young folks. Adult
prayer meeting :S0, - mid-week topie stu
died. We are . now entering tbe second
week of cur home force evangiistic cru
sade. There will be aerviees esch night
7:30, except Saturday. Sermon subjects
in order: "The First, Essential to Sal
tation," "The Place of Repentance in
Salvation," "The Good Confession, "
"The Hem of His' Garment," "Can
Man Be Saved Out of the Church!" There,
will be no junior services during the meet
ings sa little folka voted to join in the
crusade for souls. A hearty welcome
awaits you at any or all of thea ser
KILL STREET XL B.
15th and Mill, Patrik Dahlia, pastor.
Services 11 a. m., and 7:30 p m. Re.
Joel Berrcmsiwill preach at the evening
service. Sunday school 9:45 a., nv, Miaa
E. , Ericaon. superintendent. Young peo
ples' meeting at 6:30 p. m. Prayer meet
ing and choir practice on Thursday mgnt
at 7:30 and 8:30 respectively. The W.
F. M. S will meet on Monday St 7:30
in the-home of Miseer C and Hi Lind
quist at 240 S. Strand Ave. The1 board
of trustees will meet on Tuesday at 7:30
p. m., at the home ox J. Tioer at zaov
Oalc street. lou aro alt cordially invited
to our services. - v
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CENTER STREET METHODIST .
13th and Center, A. F. Hilmer. pastor.
Services -11 a. m and p. m sermon
topic: "Joy of the Lord Your Strength."
Sunday acnooi at iv a. m., it. ii. tirauap.
superintendent. Epwortb league at 7lo,
Kaymona Carl, leader. Lounge prayer
meeting at the H. H. Grallap residence,
Wednesday 7:30 p. m., luua K, Capitol
street.. . .
LESLIE METHODIST EPISCOPAL '
(kunmereial and Mevera. J. Wiliard
DeVoe, pastor. Services .11 a, ro.nnd
7:30 p. m. Sermon topics: "Une-ness m
Churcn Life,' and "Tao Call of Great
Deliverer." Special music at all services.
Sunday school 9:45, E. A. Khoten, super
intendent. The two tpworth Leagues at
6:30 Midweek prayer services are Thurs
day evening at l :'M. Read 1 Cor., 13th
chapter. Woman' a Foreign .Missionary
Society with Mrs. E. T. i5fcos. Bay bag
inaw. Mrs. Lucaa will assist st . ho took.
CHEMXKETA ST. EVANGELICAL' ,
Corner of ChemekcU and N. I7tb, O.
E. Lrskine, pastor. Services 11 a. m.,
and 7:30 p. m. Sermon topics, "Our
Foreign Missions." and "A Spiritual Pic
ture inxle. ' ' At the Sunday morning
service the pastor will give a map talk
on our China mission work, and a letter
by Ret.' V. L. t'arnbam, missionary Irom
tne, Oregon conference will be- read. Sun
day, school 10 a. m., O. R. Strausbaugh,
superintendent. Evangelical League of
Christian Endeavor at 6:30, Ruth-Burcb,
leader. Mid week prayer service Thurs
day evening, at 7:30, to be foliowda by a
meeting of the official beard.
19th and Marion; C. H and Mrs. Hop
kins, pastors. Services 11 a. m., and
7:30 p. m. Sermon topics: "A Uuiity
Conscience," and Thank Offering.' Spec
fal singing st both services on Sunday.
Sunday school 9 :45 a. m., Frank. Titwil
ler, superintendent Senior young peer
pies meeting 6:30. p. nu, topic: "Mak
ing Boom loe GodV'' Walter Soamster,
leader. Junior Christian Endeavor 6:45
p. m., ' Mrs. Thomas Nunnemaker, leader.
Wednesday evening t 7:30 prayer and
praise meeting, led by th pastor. The
pastor will preach Sunday morning. The
evening aerviee will be in charge of the
Woman's Missionary society. Program:
Thanksgiving Annj Jilri. Baxter
Thsnk-Offering Meteing ,
4 Mra. Minnie. Miller
Tie Troublesome Mite-Box
.J . Mrs. Jennie Hunt
A Tin Can Meeting J5ella Williams
SeripUrc ..Mrs. Hopkins
Prayer - U . Pastor
Market and Winter, J. T. Taylor pas
tor. Services II . m.f and 7:45 p. m.
S.tr. E. I. Harrington will preach morn
ing and evening. Old fashioned love
feast, close ot Sunday school, communion,
elo?e of sermon. Sunday school 9:45. a.
m., Dr. . V. 8. Schntz, superintendent.
Young people' meeting 6:30 p. m., Em
ory Goode, president. Thursday ' even,
ing prayer meeting 7:30. All are wel
THOMAS B. FORD MEMORIAL M. E.
West Salem, F. L. Cannell, pastor.
Service 11 a. mi aad 7:39 p. m. Ser
mon topics, "The 3 Missing Man." Sun
day school 9 :45, Ii. C. eieBean,- auperia
tendent. Ep worth. Ieague 6:30 p., m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30.
The pastor will preach both morning and
evening. ' f ' '
CHURCH OF GOD , 1
1346 N. Church, J. J. Gillespie, pastor.
Services H a. m., and 7:30 p. ra. Ser
mon topics: "Worldly Amusements and
Revelings." and j Kvapgelistic. Sunday
school ltt a. m., 1 Mrs. Walter Mark us,
superintendent. Young peoplee meeting
6;45 p. m. Prayer service Wednesday
evening 7:30. . Sunday . school teachers
meeting Friday evening 7:30 at J. L.
leKinney'a, 1387 iXChurch
HOD CARRIERS AND BUILDING LA
borer Local N. 441, meet Wed.. S
pv an. Call 179 for snen.
CAPITAL v TTPOGRAPHICAL TJJrtoB
'No. 210 Preeident, G. F. Evaaa; sec
retary, M. D. Pilkenton, . MU
.d Saturday, S:00 p. m. ' ' . .
CARPENTERS TJXIOH N 1065
Meet Thar, evening. Arthur Tucker,
president; Win. Pettit, secretary.
Skillod mechanic furnished. Phono 179.
HOTEL . AND RESTAURANT EM
i ploy local 452. every third Monday,
' 457- Court Hasel Pierce, secretary .
SALEM UNION LABEL LEAGUE
Meet at Labor,Hall en call, of presi
, dsns. - F. W. Soar. . ecretary. Bog
443, Saleo,. Or. :
FRATERNAL ORDEB OT EAGLES, meet
every Wednesday, Fraternity Hall, 8.
M. WUlett, Ser'y. Tel. 839-R. ,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEETS AT
Fraternal Hall every Tuesday evening.
'Visitor iavited. N. Park Sturges. CO.;
Walter Lenon, K. of R. 8. -
XIje Ortsoh taXtxman
Published every morning (except Mon
day) at Salem, th capital ot Oregon,
Daily or Sunday
3 sent per word
5 cent per word
On time ,
Thro tins ,
Scent per word
1 mo. daily and 8nn.tO cant par word
In order to earn the more, than one
time rat, advertisement must; run in
No Ad taksn for 1n than I5e.
Ad run Bandar ONLY charged at
Advertisement except Personal
and Bitnatioa Wanted) will be taken
vsr th telephone if th advertiser 1b
a subscriber to phone.
Th 8tatsmsa will recelv advnr
tisements t any tims of the day or
night. To insure proper classifica
tions ad should ba an bet or 7 p. m.
TELEPHONE 28 OR 583 . -
Money to Loan
ON REAL ESTATE
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd Bush Bank)
HONEST ADVERTISING Thee eel
at must bo kept free from anything
of questionable nsture. Misrepresen
tation will not bo tolerated, infor
mation showing any questionable In
tent on th part of th advertiser
should be reported- to thi news
paper er the Salem Ad elub.
BEE: US FOB TOP AND PAINT, WORK.
. O. J. Hull Ante Top and Paint Shop,
p 96T 8. Commercial. 5al6tf
HELP WANTED Male 1 1
WANTED FARMER, FARMER'S SON
- or man at once or soon harvest s
: over to travel io country. Steady work.
Good- profit.' MeCOXNOX ft COM
, PANY, Dept. 296, Winona, Minn. -
WANTED A MEAT CUTTER WITH
some money. A good business propsi
tion. Will make it worth while. Ad
dresa. Box 234, ear Statesman.. llol7
YOUNG MARRIED MAN WANTED TO
learn sewing machine business. 519
HELP WANTED Female 13
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. State age and wages. States
man, Box 887. . 1817
WORK AT HOME $6 A DOZEN MAK
ing ' Bcarff. Experience uaneeesaary.
No canvassing. Particulars for stamp.
Liu nit Service Inc., 191, Lynn, Mass.
TAKE ORDERS FOR GUARANTEED
Bed 8preads. Every woman buys, no
competition, outfit . tree. HOUSE
HOLD SUPPLY, 1603 Michigan, Chi
WORK AT HOME $6 A DOZEN MAK
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- No canvassing. Particulars for stamp,
Linnit Service Inc.. 191, Lynn. Mass.
SALESMAN WANTED ONE OR TWO
more good . ealeshien for- Atwnter-Keat
- Radio. See Mr. Grincr at Vick Bros:
SALESMAN, ENERGETIC. TO HAXDLE
high class line of advertising calen
dar and novelties for Pacific . Coast
house. - Oor large stock on hand place
you in position to work .now closing
late buyers and working up prospect
list for new season opening Dec. 2oth.
Must hare anto. Stste refereaces. - Y.
8. WaUh, 295 Mission St, San Fran
: eisco. 15017
An Eastern Manure erorer of a high
- grade product leader in it- Jine
nationally known and advertised. 1 ap
pointing Zone Mansgers ia Western
jOregon.'1 , .. is. v
' Only men ef unquestioned integrity
! with ability to aell will be considered.
Married men between 23 . and 40 well
known in the community they, wilt work
in are preferred, but thia is not essen
tial if applicant is aggressive, honest
and willing to work.
. Commission basis with csr-expeni
- guaraateed. . . -, ...
- This is" a real opportunity with the
- fastest; growing Concern In it . field.
-. Address Box 68, car Statesman.
't . ' , L5017
WANTED SALESMAN WITH. CAR
Mast have selliag esperieare ia ne
line. Uaskill A rrle. Realtors. 16S
Liberty Et. Phoa 2342. liOietf
SALESMAN WE HAVE OPESlXrt FOR
a salesman to represent us in selling' the
r- titw-j later national- Knerloi'tt . to
rh.;ot libraries ad' ci7-tetl "tii.iivid-"
- i,.' Whole W.per.-.iaeV Permanv
i'. pw' ain, - Experieire bclptul but
cot"' nc aryvae - lull irii,ruclHrfits
LIUHTXIXa STRANGE BATTERY
compound. Charge discharged batter-
. is instantly. Eliminate-, old method
entirely. Gallon free to agents, ford
hntreriee - 96.20. - Lightning , Co., St.
i PuL .Minn. ; ,- i -; 15ol7
SENSATIONAL- FOR 1 OFFER
"Bond's Clothe: are bif seller.
Suit - and overcoat or two suits for
- $29.50. Dreea aad bnaioes clothing
made" to fit- nd fit to wear. . Latest
I design. Venetian lined, -f 65 to $150
' weekly. 5.00 profit.- Free outfit in.
eludes largo double awatch- sample
(11 in. X 28 in.) Joho Boad Tailoring
Co., Jackson and ' Desplaines, Chicago.
- Satisfied v eustosner from coast to
' cesst for t year. ' 15O20
; . AGENTS WANTED IT
WANTED SUBSCRIPTION" SOLICITOR
- for old and well established farm mag
: asine and poultry JoarnaL. A good money
. maker for capable, energeti worker.
Apply Circulation Maegr, - Pacific
.' Homestead. 315 R. Commercial, Salem,
Oregon. - . 7O20
13 910 TO $23 DAILY
WORTH A 2-CKNT STAMP
It ia being earned by- both part and
full .time agents selling Autograph
Xmas Cards individually monogrammed
' to 9 out ef 10 people they meet in
offices, shop aad homes: Lowest price
ad largest commission in America paid
.Nlaily. If yon want really bi money,
write to-day for instruction add FREE
Th Autograph Xmas Card Company
of America. '
Hawthorne Station, - -; Chicago, 111.
- .- - - ; 17017
WANTED Emplorment : 1
STEEL BRUSHES. CHIMNEY SWEEP,
- ve trough and gutters- cleaned. Furn
ace cleaning. Phone 963. 19o23
FINE LA CNDERY, PLAIN SEWING,
home baking,. 2350 Myrtle Ave. 19022
WANTED WORK BY" THE HOUR BY
competent woman. Phone, S17-W.
WANTED LIGHT HOUSE WORK AND
practical nuraing for aami-in valida ; or
elderly people or for people - employed
,! during the day. 8- hours' work each
i day. $1.00 a day nd thre meals.
" Prefer to stay home night. Te'u 1519-R
1790 Waller - 19ol7"
WANTED BY EXPEBIENCED EOP-MAN
. fully equipped hop-yard on share or
will take charge on salary. A-1 ref
erences. J. D. Winn, 1024 E. 4th St.,
Albany, Oregon. - 190l3tf
FOR GARDEN PLOWING, BASEMENT
digging and tem work. Pheae 72F2.
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14 BY Tm IN.
Wording, "For Rent," price 10 cent
hv Statesman Basin - Off tea,
FOR RENT HOUSES AND APART
- meat. F. I. Wood, 841 SUU 8t.
FOR RENT Apartmemta 23
FOR RENT FIVE-ROOM APAUTMEXT.
. J. 1L Lauterman, Hotel Argo, . 23ol7
DOWNSTAIRS " 3-ROOM FURNISHED
with lights, water, and garage - 918.
412 N. 2 1st street. ,23U19
APARTMENTS WITH EXTRA SLEEP
lag room. Hot water. 715 Center.
, : . 83-o32"
NICE APTMS FURNISHED. ADULTS.
69C N. Cottage. 23o29
TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms for rent with kitchenette 3961
lissel 1939-W. ' Call morning or
- vning. 83Q5tf
FOR RENT Rooms S3
SLEEPIXO RO0M8, CLOSE IN. PHONE
' Phone 102 SW.
TRY BOARDMAN'8 BOARDING AND
Toon Court. Home cooking. Best of
rooms. 219 Court. . 25o20
ONE HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 3 WEEK,
one sleeping joem. $2.aO. 12o Van
Street. Phone 1066. 25ol7
COMFORTABLE SLEEPING ROOM IX
new home for gentleman. 1 none 747-w.
POOD ROOM FOR RENT. CLOSE IN
with phone. Cll 1096-M. 2517
FOR RENT Houses 27
OR' REXT 5-ROOM COTTAGE. NO.
19th St. W. A. Listoa, 307 Oregon
Bldg. ' 27o20
EIGHT ROOM HOUSE PARTIALLY
, furnished.. Phone 2415-J. 2717
OUSE FOR RENT. TELEPHONE
1825-or Call at 161 N. lSta. 2Z017
O WANTS A -4 APARTMENT. FUBSH
V ished house I. flui X7ol?
NEW HOUSE PHONE 806-J. S70I9
TWO 5-ROOM, ONE 3 BOOM HOUSES
Pben 1004.' S?o2tf
FOR REXT BRAND NEW. MODERN
4 -room . bungalow, builtlns, full base'
ment. furnace, front, and bark porches;
paved street, garage in course of eon,
struction. 2075 McCoy. Phone Own
er. 2 S7R, I 2723
FOR REXT Farms - 20
t HA YE SEVERAL. IR4IOATEIX FARMS
for rent. P. E.- Vhomason, - Turner,
Or. Phoa 6IX. fffaltf
WANTED UllneHia S3 -
WANTED TO CARE FOB CHILD. A.
W. Uoff, Saver. Or. ' v 8So20
rORNITURB - PACKING- FOB. EHU
t. Oio rwr I mitnr Oo.
WANTED. " PRIVATE MONEY FOB
,-' farm loan. W hsve 3vrl appliaa-
tions oa hand. Hawfgiaa 4s Robert
Ie 305 Oregon Bldg. . 8541 4 tt
APPLES ALL VARIETIES.
Bennett, Fairvlew Ave. .
APPLES "FOR SALE RED CHEEK
-.'Pippins. Jonathans! Roilxenhnrr
Stark's Delirious.- Fre from worms.
Froro, 50c to 91.PQ per busheL 6-miles
- on Wneatland Road. Hilltop
TWO LEWYLLEN SETTER'S. MALE. OF
th best trained. Beaaonabla prices.
v Call r writ F. W. Covey, Woodbam,
Or, - ; ,-. ; ';. -i ;. -.J0I
GOOD WINTER APPLES 3 BOXES FOi
fl.OO deirvertd." Phon lli"ir 971?
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, . 1
, cents a bundle. Statesman efXiee, 31
South Commeraial 8i - . 37j22t
GOOD TRUNK ENAMELED, WOO
lined baby basket. 17 S. 14th. 87oli
VI0US ?0B , SALE CALL 2944
- .'--.. -', -- ;': .. 87-Q 10t :
FOR SALE APPLES - NORTHERS
4pios, Epl tsen bnrg a d others, 2 5
,50c 75C. 2313.CoUag and Hoyt
Phone 1558-J. " 870S4
PRINTED CARDS, 8IZB 14 BY 74 IN,
wording, "Booms to Rent." price 10
eente each, fiuuetnaa Businssa Office
EXTRA FINK APPLES AT LOW PRICK,1
., oeiiverea or at orchard. Georre N.
Thompson's. ' . . 8J012tl
CABBAGE 1X)R BALE VKIIY feUHD i
f ! '1 lof.airk. Phoa,.7U J. 1-8 tn.
X 1 li.ej-er School. ." .E70-
run i3.-a.SAC, 3
FOB BALE AUTOMOBILES r
rears eteed msed ear v new Chrr,!.
Bk. a. GinrUh
TRESPASS NOTICE, SIZE 14 BY oT7
Printed oa good 10-ounc canvssi iJl
ing the word, "Notice 1 Hereby
-t Thtrssssing Is Strictly Forbid
en These Premises Under Pena't. Ii
Prosecution"- Price 15e each ,, ,1"
23 Statesman Pub Co, Salem, oVt
vn . .
- ' 4
FOR SALE Livestock
YOUNG PURE BRED POLAND vmsl i
. .. and young boar. Phone lir.F J
FRESH MILK COWS FOR SuT"
Telephone 50F12 Salem, Knute
': Cromley Bros. 3W
9 HIGH GRADE JERSEYS, soj?
fresh, . also young pir mules,
FOR SALE: FRESTT. COW. PHove "a
FRED W. LAKGE, YETESETARIAX-. J
Offie 629 8. Commercial. Phone 1191
Bo. Phone 1866. 39m2ltf I
BATES REGISTERED JERSEYS AT
; auction, 20 head, eows, bulls roun.
- stock, popular breeding. Sale to b
; held on farm near ' Rosedale WHne
; day, Oct. 20. CaUlog gives details. A
" Bate nd Son, owners, Salem. Or.
i Root 4. 8901T
LET HAMS AW YOUR WOOD. PH0SK
crrr and country wood sawtko.
- Also old board. Fisher Bros. - Phone
j 1619. - 42jl3tf
WOOD FOR SALE 43
16-INCH OLD FIR SECOND GROWTa
v oak aad ask. Phoa 72F2. M. D. Ms,
16-INCH MILL WOOD PER LOAD, I2.TS
16-in. 2nd fir per load, 94.00; IS.
inch old fir per load, 94.50. Prompt
delivery. TeL 2318. Tracy Fuel Tart,
: 1067 D street. 43n22tf
c GOOD COAL DRY WOOD,
- PROMPT DELIVERIES.
HILLMAN FUEL CO.
"". - - - - -- 4Sj59tf
SALEM TRANSFER FUEL CO.
Local, and Long Distance Hsaliar.
Storage and FaL . 753 Trsds et.
Phono 629. 43s30U
Best Grade of Wood
Dry wood d ft. and 16-inek. -Green
wood, 4 ft. and 16-inch.
Large load contain 197 eabie feet lost.
BmaU load eeatala 128 cmbit fast leslr
Iarg loads er th cheaper to lay.
.Order now aad save money.
Mill wood ! our specialty
Prompt delivery aad reasonsbl price.
Fred E, Wells
280 South Chnreh.
I POULTRY AND EGGS 43
WHITE LEGHORN CHICKS FROM SK-
- lected hens mated with record msl'ht
afa arrival guaranteed. Ivceml4j
' January $13 per 100; expresage vf '
psid. Graham Hatchery, Ilsyward, t
LADY -WHOSEv HUSBAND' 13 AWAt
from home part time wishes -nVillsmette
student for compsny. - -2 ?74 McCoy.
'. -. 51ol7
FURNITURE UPH0L8TE2ING AND BE
pairing. Uis-Pwr rarsittir Stor.
MARRY IF LOXELY JOIN "THE StT
- eessful Correspondence Clib." Kelt
able; Descxiptiona tee. Box 556. Oak-
I land, CaL s , . . , 55ol7
ARE YOU LONELY PORTLAND COff- (
reepondence- Club. Confident isl. Head '
tamp. --695 E. Burnside, Portland,
MONEY TO LOAN 37
20 YEAR FARM LOANS
N Investigste our new 13-yer eitf
losn. No psyrssnta. 1st 3 : years. e
" have many others.
FLOYD C. MEYER -
. 134 New Bligh Bldg. 7013tf
FEDERAL FARM LOANS fk. F." L.
, Wood. 841 SUU fit. 7ar7tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON SALEM HOMES,
repayable f 10, per month . on
t W. H. GRABEXBORST CO.
1134 Sont!T,Liberty St. 57s25tf
BCSINESS O'POkRTUNITlES 61
CAPITAL . FURNISHED BY fSrXlTRlTr
iaelling orgaaication with active clienlel
tand evry known - facility for ths
'prompt distribution of. stuck..' .We ae-
ah e sursctn resale issoe or nev er
! jterprises with good poesi billies. Pna--.-leipals
only.-, Clarke, Ha vi land -, & Ce..
.- E500 Broadway, New York City. ell7
EW MODERN BUNGALOW, GROCERY
(store, stock; snd fixtures and serrtr
fetation doing a splendid business. WUI
trade for Salem property.
See GA SKILL s EARLE
166 E. Liberty SU Phone 224J
njllAIi- ESTATE DIRECTORY Sj
J.. B. PAYXR
With Scolofsky A Sob. TeL 151 9-W.
BKCKE A HENDRICKS
15 a High. TeL 1W.
A. o. Bonn.
17 N. CommercisL
CHILD 3 BECHTEL
320 SUU bt. TeL I
W. O. KRUEQER
147 X.-Ctom'L Ed. X. Tel. 217.
r Uligi Bldg. ' TL 248-
n.UERTRUDB J. M. PAGE
493 K. Cottage. Tel. 11
SQUARE DEAL REALTY
U. S. Kat'l Bank Bldg, TeL 470
V'ELLS TALLMAN A 60X
216 lUsoaie Tempi. TeL i
" 2IANGLE REALTY CO.
ULRICH ROBERT "
Commercial.. TeL 155
TOR SCHNEIDER, Realtor
Com'l. Pro JJJL
LE APARTMK.VT HOlJ
t Priced to sell. Phon. 1 ' I
for psy or Schneider. 601" 1
K FCRXISHEP . SWf
house. 1023. K. tapitni.F; I
"" SPECIAL " nnTfl
new modern home, f6WV, '
Ualaaee like rent. Nk
S. Isalem. $3500. - .
Balem. new and Btxief
cheap house and 3 or
i some good - incoms fLrf
. for small fane. .B3,,rf
sale. Ford truck to r4 U
r cattle. Grocery "itore