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THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM,- OREGON
Bill La fountaine Given
Heavy Fine and Sentence
A fine of f SOO-andJhree months
In the county Jail . was the sen
tence Imposed npoQ.-Bill L&Foun
talne when he was conrlcted In
Justice court yesterday on a charge
' of keening;- a still. - Theman was
arrested Friday night by two dep
The Most Beautiful Sunday
Automobile Trip in the World
In About Three Hours Salem it es in Their Autos Can See
The Richest and Most Beautiful Country in he World
Scenery Rivals Europe's Most Famous See Every Crop
Growing. , ,
Set speedometer at ' '
O.O State and High, up High to
Court' and tarn left on Capi
tol, following the Pacific
.5 Lake Labish, producing the
highest priced celery in the
1.2 Turn left off Pacific Higta-
17.8 Paogerous crossing, Shasta
Route, S.. P. Ry. ,
18.2 Slow down to 80, City of
- Wood burn. '
18.9 Turn' left, .don't drive. Over
30, many turns.
20.3 Crossing Electric railway.'
21.6 Crossing main line Oregon
Electric. West Woodburn.
21.9 Woodburn Country Clnb on
left. You are now on his
torical French. Prairie. . .
29.3 St Paul, turn right,
36.0 Willamette Hirer, cross Mar-fon-Yamhill
36. 6 Constructing Spauldlng-New-berg
Paper Milt, entering City
. of ffewberg. -, ,
v5 7.6 Turn right..
27.8 Stop. " Main ' Highway and
Main street of Newberg.
88.5 Cross Red Line, S;.P. Ry. .
40.0 Dundee. Largest English
Walnut jn World . on hills at
4 4.7 Road forks, straight ahead.
4 5.1 doss Red Line S, P. Ry.
6.0 Crossing South Yamhill river.
4C.4 City of Dayton.
4 8.7 Turn Tight, highway forks.
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Seaside' (The Trail's End
'City) v Oregon ;...'
Excellent . Accommodations
at Exceptionally. Moderate-
Hates. j. 7:-..;jt , :
. . Management of 2;, .
v Chas. W. Hunlock V
TIpkon 306-W Ocean VUw Rom
Ob tk Pram, 20O It Soutk of Brodwy
; Room t'l n p . - '
Mrt. Madt Moattj, Ugr Ssaald. Or.
uty sheriffs at his place four miles
east of Brooks. ! ;'
A quantity of mash contained In
barrels was found on the place
by the officers who made, the ar
rest. " The still which was con-,
flscated was of the 35-gallon type.
Xh worm had been : remoyed by
Fountain and hidden In the brush
nearby. . .. . ,1 i
S3.0 Entering McMinnville.
53.4 Turn left and cross S. P. at
depot, proceeding straight
. through business district to B
53.9 Turn left. Colnmbus .Public
School, Hospital, Lintield
55.2 Turn left. Right hand road
is to Tillamook:
61. Entering Amity.
66.7 Short cut road to Tillamook
road and McCoy.
69.6 End of pavement.,
69.8 Dead Man's Curve across Red
Line of S. P. Ry. Construc
tion work. Go slow, be care
ful. 75.3 Rickreall, turn left.
76.0 Cross S. "P. Ry.
84.5 West Salem, slow to . 20.
Cross Willamette river and
go to second street, Commer
cial and turn right, proceed
-straight south to
86.0 Nobody yet has ever' had any
tire trouble on this run but if
you should you are now at
Rubs Smith's Miller Tire
Service. Phone 313. Free
Tire Service Car will go to
your home or anywhere with
in two miles of Salem. Pill
up with gas and oil. Here is
the home of the "tube tester,"
eliminater of .slow leaks.
Speak to us about taking in
your old tires on Famous
Miller Cords, Protected by
City Cdres Forgotten Every
'Additional Information About A$commo
i 1 and 4tMm Cottage by "
Fnel Free. ReMonable Rates
7th St. 4 l3Ui Are. - s
Hot od coUkTer. . Uoadry. (re4
parkins for rjottfthmdjypU,
2-room Cottager 2 double
- beds. ;- Ererytnlng ; complete
for -light housekeeping.
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f OTHER VICTORY
CHAPEL HILL. N. C., May 14.
University of North Carolina
athletic teams appear to possess a
mania for winning suecessiTe
championships. Tar Heel basket
ball teams recently won the South
ern Conference basketball title for
three consecutive years. Last
spring the track- team won the
Southern Conference title, and
this year the Tar Heel cindermen
appear to hare a fine chance of
repeating their triumph. The
team will enter the Southern Con
ference meet at Louisiana State
.university on May, 13 and 14,
ranking high among the favor
ites. The Tar Heels have earned six
victories in as many starts this
year against the strongest combi
nations' southern colleges can
master, Outstanding in the
string of wins are two over the
University of Virginia and Georgia
Tech. The Virginians were run-ners-up
in the conference meet
last May and were doped much
stronger this spring, while the
Tech squad has shown unusual
strength this year. These two
victories jalsed Tar Heel stock
considerably In the eyes of Dixie
track experts. Other victories
have been over Duke, V. P. I.,
Georgia and N. C. State.
The North Carolina strength
this year seems centered in the
Captain Gus McPherson, for
two years one of the South's great
est sprinters, leads the sprint
squad; while Galon Elliott and
Hoyt Pritchett head the distance
men. These two distance stars
have just completed a full year of
varsity competition, but they have
been members of four southern
championship teams. Twice they
have helped return the four-mile
relay trophy to Tar Heelia, both
were point winners on last year's
track team, and both ran high on
the cross-country team that won
the conference title last Novem
ber. Elliott ran the mile in 4
minutes 21.2 seconds last May.
Giersh and Pearson carry the
hurdle hopes of the Tar Heels this
spring Giersh also broad jumps,
and Pearson is the high jump ace.
RhineHart. veteran half -miler, has
been shifted to the quarter this
year and is doing near record
time. Williams, shot put star, is
getting away to a good start and
several younger weight men like
Colburn and Harper are getting
good distance on the discus.
Other lettermen on whom
Coach Fetzer Is depending are
Daniels, cross-country captain last
fall who runs the two-mile; and
Milstead and Henley, halfmilers.
Sandlin is one of the promising
sophomores who may .win points
in either the javelin, broad jump,
or low hurdles.
Boys throughout the state will
be given an opportunity to com
pete in the first annnal regatta for
model yachts to be held In Port
land in connection with the Port
land Rose Festival June 13 to 18.
Tentative rules divide the en
tries into four sections: First,
sailing yachts;" second, power
boats; third, free-for-all sailing;
fourth, free-for-all power boats.
In each class will be three divi
sions: Class A, under 22 inches
from bow to stern; class B, under
32 inches; class C, under 42 1
The first two sections will be
confined to boats built in Port
land school shops undeV the super
vision of Portland manual train
ing instructors. The other two
sections, free-for-all, admit any
one for .registering whether In
the city or not.
Suitable prizes will be awarded
loys who build the prize-winning
boats, the contest to be held on
Iaurelhurst park lake during the
week of the festival.
Water and. Land Sport Here.
dations Below Given at The Statesman
PELTON COURT t?
lOS S. From Seaside, Ore.
Light,: Airjr Rooms Teit th Oen
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CotUr Wits Parkiag rriTyea.r
SEASIDE AUTO PARK
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GSX&A1 OA 8ESTXCS STATION
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T itocko -SonUt of Broadway , oa
7th Street. "
Camp eottacei fit aa4 tl.SO per oay,
v. Wood, water aaa Uk raelade4.
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Th- stiir ilKtanre runnrrs of the "Tar Heel" squad. Oalaii F.illott and
The University of North Carolina, havuig won the southern
intercollegiate track and field championship last year, hopes
to retain it this year. The "Tar Heels" are depending upon
the fleet feet of their runners to turn the trick. Galen Elliott
and Hoyt Pritchett, shown above, lead the distance men.
Cottage Grove Mountain
States Power company will buihl
line for Iilacke Untie cinnabar
mines and 50 families.
Fair Golf Star
Miss Maureen Orcutt's play In
the winter and. spring golf tour,
neys has indicated that she will
be one of the leading contenders
for the women's national golf title
now held by Mrs. G. H. Stetson.
Miss Orcutt above. -
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MISSIONS NOSE OUT
WIN OVER BEAVERS
(Contifiueo rrom page 1.)
dlans to three scattered hits and
his team mates pounded a quar
tet of hurlers for 18 safeties and
a 13 to 0 victory.
Score R. H. E.
Seattle 0 3 3
Hollywood ....' 13 18 0,
Graham. Peters. Phillips, Mar
tin and Schmidt, Borreani; Shel
lehback and Cook.
I General Markets I
PORTLAND, Mar 14. (AP) Re
ceipts for wefk (approximate) 2,290
rattle, 335 ralvox, 3900 hogs, 4,045 aheep.
Cattle -Compared with week ago: Bee(
Mock and hnlU ilxint steady: she atock
m.,ty 10 to 15c higher; vealers eround
50e lowr: several loads California grans
Kteers unsold at close. Late Friday, six
loads of California!! averaging 1,165 to
1,443 pounds, $9 (.f 0.73; some 1,100
pound kinds early and weak $9.85; ex
treme top 1,036 end 1.042 pound avr
ages fed beeves 910; odd head fat cows
up to $8, with load lots $7.85; bulk
prices: 'slaughter steers $8.50 (u; 10; fat
cows $5.25 7.25; heifers $708.50; cut
ters and low entters $3.50 5.25, ; me
dium bulls $.25 66.S5; good and choice
vealers, $10.50 12.
Hogs, compared with week ago: Filling
classes mostly 50c higher; feeding pig
around 25c up; late top light butchers
$11.35 with bulk at $11115; most
210 to 240 pound averages $10.50H;
packing sows liltely $I(n 8; feeding pigs
$11.75 down, choice light weights sarce.
Sheep. compared with week ago:
Slaughter lambs $1.50 to $2 lower; cloe
dull at decline; aged classes weak to un
evenly lower; best springers late $12.25
with shorn yearling lambs topping $11;.
several lots 61 to 67 pound spring lambs
early and weak $14; most shorn ewes
PORTLAND, Msy 14. (AP) Bids to
farmers: Milk stesdy; raw milk (4 per
cent) $2.25 cwt. f. o. b. Portland. But
terfat 40c f. o. b. Portland.
Poultry steady; eayy hens 24C5c;
light 1920c; springs nominal; broilers
18W20c; pekin white ducks 20e; colored
nominal; turkeys live nominal; dressed
Onions steady; local $3.757.
Potatoes steady; fl.504fl.85 sack.
PORTLAND. May 14. ( AP) "Wheat
bids: BBB hard white. Hay $1.55; June
11. o: It w. s. iissrt mt. Juna 1.51-
Mederatioa, soft white, western white.
aorthern spring Msy, June $1.47; hard
wilier, western red May, June $1.44.
Oats. No. 2, 45 pound BW May. June
$3$. , .
Corn, No. 2 EY shipment May. June
' Millrun. standard May $34.
CHICAGO, May 14. (AP) Corn took
the renter of the stage today,, and
jumped te the topmost point reached yet
this season both for Jttfy and September
contracts. . Decreasing stocky of corn
here, together with adverse weather con
ditions and nausual lateness of planting,
gave incentive for speculative buying.'
..Corn closed Strang, l4e to 2c net
higher, wheat unchanged to l-8c ap and
ata showing 1-8 to 3-e advance.
Eugene Oil prospect well
down 3060 feet, with good gas
: Gentle Sarcasm
.The interurban trolley was II t
terallr crawling up the road. Fin
ally an irate passenger could,
stand' it no longer. "Can't yon
make this car go any faster than
this?' he .asked', the motorman.
;Vvell.M came the reply, "if ypu
donH like it, you can get off and
walk." "Oh, no; I'm not in such
a'hnrry as all that' .
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A Kindly, Soul ; , ,
This conyersatton was heard in
a small North Carolina village:
"Whaddayo . think ob MisUh
Smithy de ibankah, Moset". "Wm
tah Smith de bankah? He's a line
gen'Iman.. Yes eah. And a good
man, too. Tse borrowed fire bncks
ob him mo'n a yeah ago, an he
ain't nerah ask f o It. All I does
ia to gib him.. a qna'tah dollar
Very- Baddy what he calls In
trust an' he tells me not to fod
der about the principal,' wl'ch am
.,v ; - srKDAT
I0:f(-1 :00 KXL (389). Moraine taa-
i:j5-I2:30 KGW (492). Services from
the First Presbyterian church.
1 1 :00-12 :15 -KXL. Services from the
I'imt, Methodist church.
11:00-12:30 KKX (242). Servicea from
Westminster Presbyteriaa church.
12:00-1:00 KOIN (.3 19) . George Ol'sena
12:00 1:00 Ki'VTV (212). Orff" con
cert by Robert Burns.
2:O-3;O0 KXU Music.
4:00-5:00 KXL. Concert quartet.
5:o0-6:OO KXL. Twilite music.
5:M-6:0 KPWV. Stu4k program.
6:00 7:00 KOIK. Oaorge Ol'sene, ron
6:30 7:30 KKX. 'Tka KEX trio.
7:00-8:00 KFWT. Miua Pels orches
7:30-9:00 KflW. Service' Trom St.
7:50-0:00 KOIN. Servicea from the
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
8:00-9:00 KKX. An hour with the fam
fl .00-1 0 . 00 Kli W.
N. B. Ct program.
Misha Pels orche
9:00 9:30 KEX. Catholic Truth Socie
10:00-11:00 KGW. Little Symphony or.
cbestra and Stephen Uaylord, baritone.
10:00-11:00 KOIN. insurance ensem
ble. OCT Victoria (3C9). 7, band concert;
7:35. City Temple.
Kin Los Angeles (467). . Russian
trio; 7, .Aeolian organ concert; 8, clas
sic hour; 9. X. B. C. program; lO,
orchestra and soloists.
KOA Denver (322).. 5:30, dinner eon
cert; 6:45, Presbyterian church serv
KGO Oakland (361). 6:30, orehestra;
7:30, Epworth league anniversary pro-
. gram; 9, N. B. C. program.
KFON Long Beach (232). 6, 6:15, con
cert orchestra ; 7, 7 :45, Christian Sci
ence church service; 9, frolic.
KTAB Oakland (303). 7:45, Baptist
KFWB Hollywood (252J. 8:30, 9, or
chestra and "soloists.
KPO San Francisco (428). 6, orehes
tra; 6:35. concert orchestra; 8:35, or
chestra ; 9, N. B. C. program.
KOMO Seattle (306). 7, 8. Christian
Science church service; 9, N. B. C.
KXX Hollywood (337). 6:30, Unitarian
church service: 7, concert orchestra
and organ recital; 9.
KHJ Los Angeles (405). 7, Methodist
church service; 8. 9.
KFWI San Francisco (250). 7:50,
Christian Science church service.
MOM DAT MORNING
10:00-11:00 KXL (389). Morning mo-
10:00-11:00 KPWV (212). Horn beau
10:00 11:30 KGW (492). Household
help and mui-ie.
10:30-12:00 KKX (242). Pattie Cook;
1 1 :00-12;00 KOIX (319). Housewife'
f2 :00 KFEC (252). Weather reports.
12:00 12:10 KEX. Popular orchestra
12:00-1:00 KOIX. George Ol'sene, eon
12:30-1:30 KGW. Soon concert.
2:To-3:00 KXL. Music.
2:30-End KTBIt, (263). Play by play
3:00-4:00 KOIN. News, mnsic.
4:00-5:00 KFEC. Mnsic
4:30-6:00 KFWV. Twilite hour.
5:15-6:00 KEX. Postman Bill's chil
dren's program. "
6:00-7:00 KTBR (363). Music.
6:00-7:00 KOIN (B19). George Ol'sene,
6:00-7:00 KGW (492). Dinner concert.'
6:00-8;00 KFWV (212). Amusement
0:00 6:30 KEX (24.2). News, mnsic and
0:00-7:30 KXL (389). Music.
6:30-7:30 KFEC (252). Mnsic.
6:30-7:30 KEX. The KEX - trio.
7:00-7:25 KOIN. Amusement guide and
police bulletins. "
7:00-7:30 KTBR. AAA road reports.
:oo-y:ju kuw. Concert trio and so
7:30A8:O0 KXL. Ellen Swearengen, so
prano. 7:30-8:15 KFJR (263). Evening story
7:30-8:00 KEX." Wehfnnt crier
7:30-8:00 KOW. Utility service and
8:00-10:30 KFWV. Studio program.
8:00-10:00 KOIX. Studio program.
8:00-9.00 KGW. N. B. C. program.
8:00-8:45 KXL. Janet Mansfield play
8:00-9:00 KEX. Varied program.
8:15-8:30 KFJR. Robert Mount business
8:30-8:45 KFJR. Radio code class eon
ducted by Ashley Dixon.
8:45-9:30 KTBR. Studio program.
9 :OO-10 .00 KOW. Venetian hour.
9:30-10:00 KTBR. Dr. Hinckley's bar
10:00-11:30 KOIX. Hulbert's orchestra.
10:00-12:00 KGW. MeElroy't dance
10:00-11:00 KTBR. Studio program.
Klamath Falls George Chris
tie wilf build modern $50,000
notice: of sale of real
Notice is hereby giren that the
undersigned will receire sealed
bids up to 2 o'clock p. m. Thurs
day, June 2, 1927, at his office in
the Capitol building tor the sal
of a tract of land adjoining'Centei
street on the south and bounded
by 21st and 2 4th streets, Salem,
Oregon,; containing approximately
13.72 acres, more or less. Said
property now owned by the State
The terms of the sale are cash
upon completion of the transfer,
and all bids must be accompanied
by a certified check,, payable to
Carle Abrams, secretary Oregon
State Board of Control, in the
amount or XI. 000. 00 as eridence
of ''good faith, and guarantee of
performance by the bidder. The
right is reserved to reject any or
all bids. . - .
The legal description of this
property may be secured and the
plat of same inspected at the office
of the undersigned.
CARLE ABRAMS, Secretary,
Oregon State Board of ControL
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i . l, wheat, white
Red. wheat, . sacked
Oats, par bu. milling
PORK, MTJTTOK AJTS BEEF
Top bogs H .10
Sows .. ...oana.oT
Cows i .06
Bnlla - O40.O5H
1927 Umbs. under 66 Iba. .12
Top live veal
Heavy hens .
EGOS, BTTTTER, BXTTTERTAT
Standards - ' i .18 .
Poad - -., - .18
Cream butter .42Q.48
. Vegetables, ttacta, sacked .OS
Onions, doa. buneha ,, , , .90
New Cahbage 07 3.08
Celery ; . , , , . .. , 2.25
' California lettuce, crate , 4.00
aeeai onioas i m . ,ui -,
Xe X.nza Shining Parlor
Experts for Ladles and Gentlemen.
Teds Clear Stand
Ted Irwin. Proprietor'
SECOND fXQOB .
Coffey's Photo Service
Tel. 708. Oyer taa Spa
Morrla Optical Co., S01-S02-303
Dr. Hanry E. Morris, Optometrist
Gillette ... A...8nita Slf
Lawyer Telephone . 1056
Socolofsky 8on. TeL 970 304-305
Real Estate, Loans, insurance
Drs. O'NeiU Bnrdette, Optometrists
Phone 626 ..401-402-403-404-40a
Gairdiaa Building h Loan Association
G. Kayrord iy 4 is Teispnons 70
WUIard H. Wirts and Paul T. Burria
Attorneys. 410-411-412 Tel. 1SS
Lane Morley. 413. TeL 737; Baa. 1915-W
Real Estate Xrfsna insurance
Geo. R. Vehrs. M. D-. Physician 8: Surgeon
Suite 603. Tel. 2378-2379; Baa. 77
Bofcin D. Day and Donald W. Miles
Attorneys at Law
Telephone 193. 610-811-612
E. r. Smith, New Tork Life
Room 613. Telephone 193
Dr. O. Ward Davis. Genaial Dentistry
Telephone 816. Open Evenings. Boom 803
Dr. H. B. Scofleld .....806
Chiropractor, Xearocalometer Service
t. N. Sanders, M. D., Physician a Surgeon
Stilte 810. Telephone 655; Res. 2348
Dr. H. M. Brown, Eye, Ear, Nose a Throat
specialist. - Suite 901
Dr. W. A. Johnson. Dentist
Telephone 12B8 : ....lOOJ
Chalmer Lee George, S. S. S.
E. M. Griffin. D. D. S.. Orthodontia
Telephone 181. 3iitte 1002-100.
f UNION ROSTER f
HOD CARRIERS AND BUILDING LA
borers Local No. 441, meets Wed I
p. m. van xiv i or men.
CAPITOL TYPOGRAPHICAL UNIOS
No. 210 President, O. F. Evans; see
reiary, X. v. ruicenton. Meets see
ond Saturday, S p. m.
CARPENTERS' UNION'. NO. 1065
Meets Thara. evening. Herbert Hah
president; Wm. Pettit, seeretary
Skilled mechanics furnished. Tel. 179
8ALEM UNION LABEL LEAGUE -.
Meet a at Labor Hall on call of nresi
dent. F. W. Sears, secretary Boi
eij, saiem. ure.
LODGE ROSTER t
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS MEETS AT
McCornaclc Hall, over Miller a store.
every Saturday evening) r. J. Toote,
C. C; H. R. Burke, X. of B, 8. Tel.
BECKE A HENDRICKS
189 N. High. . , Tel. 169. .
LEE W, BELL
S03.Baak.of Commerce Bldg. TeL 484
BOHRNSTEDT A PAYNE
147 N. Commercial. Telephone 577
P. W. GEISER
441 Conrt. Telephone 2313
W. G. KRUEGER
147 N. Cotn'l, Rm. 1. Tel. 817
JOHN W. ORB
New Bligh Bldg. Tel. 2485
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492. N. Cottage. Tel. 1188
TRIANGLE REALTY CO.
421 Court St. Tel. 651
129 N. Commercial: - . TeL 1856
VICTOR SCHNEIDER, Realtor
147 N, Com'L Tel. 577
' SQUARE DEAL REALTY
T7. 8. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. 470
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tent oa "the part of the advertiser
shoald ba reported to-thi newspaper 1
or the ealam Ad. aub.
F. N. Woodry
11 yrs. Salem's teadiag auctioneer
' and furniture dealer. Kea. aud Mux
Its 10 N. Summer. Tel. 511.
"NO KICK ON MX SKRVICE"
H. F. Woodry S: Son
Right1 dawn towa. Cash paid for
ased furniture. Store 271 N. Com'!.
Tel. 75. Agenta for Lang Ranges.
AUTO TOPS 5
REE US FOR TOP AND PAINT WORK
O. J, Hull Auto Top and Paint Shot..
itw h. idnsMrrjti. Ssidir
BATTERY A ELECTRICI
ft. 1). BARTON EXIDE BATTKR1KS
Starter and generator work;
South High. .
FI.EKNKR ELECTRIC CO. HOUSK
wiring by hour or contract. Estimates
furnished. t. Tel. 980 471 Court St.
BICYCLES & REPARNQ 8
LLOYD E. RAM SDEN COLUMBIA BI
evr.les and ranairing. B7 Oonrt.
8100.00 OK BETTER PER WEEK TO
ladies and gentlemen to demonstrate
most marvelous invention. Every
home interested. Householder's '
NUCLEOLI. . 619 So. Olive, Los An
geles, Calif. - 9a2 1
lT0.00 OR BETTER'; PER WEEK TO
ladies and gentlemen to demonstrate
most marvelous invention. Every
home interested. Householders NU
CLEOLI, 619. So. Olive, Los Angeles.
HELP WANTED Male 11
APPRENTICE WANTED HULL' S TOP
shop, 269 8. Com l. Ilmay3tf
WANTED A LIVE NEWSPAPER SL'B
acription canvasser. Call - Circulation.
Manager, .Statesman office. llmllt
SPECIALTY SALESMAN NEW TElt
ritorv, antisuat earnings. Selling "Jit
Vanghan" New Electric Meat, Fiah aud
Bone Cutter. Must be experienced and
financially responsible. Liberal com
missions. C. Skidmore, 831 Bellevue
North-esttle. ' 12ml."i
SPECIALTY -SALESMAN QUALIFIED
for position making 81000 monthly.
New electric sign. Extends 4 foot
over sidewalk. - Illuminated letters aod
border. Setting on' sight at $2:.m
Big commission, FLASIITRIC, 2 I J i J
Hudson, Chicago. . 12tnl3
A -PAYING POSITION OTEN TO REl
resentative of character, take orders-shoes,-
hosiery, direct to wearer. Oood
income- permanent. Write now. Tan-
. nert Shoe Mfg. Co., 749 Hawthorne
- Ave. Portland. Ore. 12ml5
i ii i J l i iiiii i
'- HELP AVANTED Female 13
LADIES MAKE 825 TO 850 WEEKLY,
addressing cards at home; experience;
unnecessary. 2c sfsmp brings fuH i
farticulara. H. Lichty, 'New Castle,
ndiana.. t 13ml5
LADIES 825. 850. weekly easy. Ad
dressing mail at home. Good oppor
tunity. No canvassing or experience,
Fsrticulah-s, 2e stamp. Home Busi
ness Service Bureau, Holland Indiana.
AGENTS WANTED 14
AGENTS . WANTED--FA ST . SELLING
article, big commission. s Ask for
O'Neil. Phono 46F11. 14mayl5
FORD'S' NEW INDUSTRY WILL
make many people wealthy, free in
formation on how you can obtain the
lull facts, which will give yon an op
portunity to profit in your own . city
by the starting of Ford 'a new indus
try. Send two cent stamp and self ad
dressed envelope to -Dbnovan'a Eco
nomic Service, Lafayette Bldg., Detroit.
DR. H. B. ECOFPIELD, P. 8. O, 80t
First National Bank Bldg.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PSC CHIROPRACTOlt
256 N. High. TeL 828-R or 87.
SPECIAL GERANIUMS; PORCH BOX.
. and bedding plants. AU kinda. Mrs.
Hall, end South 12th St. Box 26.
CUT FLOWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
Funeral wreaths., decorations, C. F.
Breithaupt florist. 618 State St.
MAGAZINES Farm Papers 17
IP YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm psper scad five 2-rent stsmps to
the Pacifio Homestesd, Salem, Oregon;
for a three months' 1 trial subscription.
Mention this ad.
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months'
trial for the best and oldest Journal
in tho west. The articlea and adver-
- tisementa are of special interest to the
poultry breeders of the- Northwest
Northwest Poultry Journal, 211 8. Com-
- mercial St., Salem, Ore. '
FOR SALE FIRST AND SECOND Mort-
fagea. - - Trust Deeds, Contracts on
ousea Will net 6 to. 80 per cent.
BECKE A HENDRICKS
Ileilig Bldg, 189 N. High St. Jl-tf
FARM LOANS PLENTY OF MONEY
to loan on good farm security. 1
CITY LOANS We are loaning Pru
dential Insuraneo Company aoenay on
city residence and business property
at 5H per cent, plua a commission. )
Hawkina At Roberta, Inc.. 205 Oregon
Tour noma or car now.
Phono ll .
BECKE A HENDRICKS
HeiHg Bldg., 189 N." High S9
WANTED Emplorment IB
We specialise in. repair, garages and
est buildings.- Graves, TeL 706.
LANDSCAPE GARDENING AND CON-
. struetioa work contract. ToL 1008-W.
Hnbbard Oook. 19may20
FOB GARDEN PLOWING, BASEMENT
digging and team work. ToL lit .
. . 19ml4tf
STORE ROOM FOR RENT 260 PERU"
street, between Front and Commercial,
formerly occupied by Withers A Neal.
' 820 a month. . Inquire at State mm"
FOR RENT Apartmenta C3
ATTRACTIVE FURNISsHED APART-
meat. 690 Union. 23mayJi
FURNISHED APARTMENT 133 V
tstato. ; - - - - iaw
MODERN FURNISHED APARTMENT.
garage,- hot and. eold water.- lei.
FURNISHED - TWO-ROOM A PART -
ment. larra and light. Phono 1760 it.
THREE-ROOM MODERN APARTMENT
wita garage, ewse taw aaquiro -