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uch Laurels Becoming Hob
5 by " for Homer; Family; .
$EWT- Tokk AP)MbsIcI
l llaerels are. becoming a JiObby with
;. tne iiomer family.
i For Katherine Homer,' Jast ont
fof her teens, 1. the fourth of the
ifarolly to -make a bid for; fame.
jShe will make Jier first public ap-
:; pearance aa a piano accompanist
iat a recital siren In fpntiac, Mich
?lKan, Majr 24, byher Bister, Mrs.
jErn'est Stires. ... l-S's
;i .The fame ."of Madame Homer,
American contralto, has been
Hlwdrld wide for.yars.' Her'hus
(band, Sidney Homer," is noted for
; his mutiical compositions. Only a
jjf ew years "-ago,- Louise-Homer the.
j.second, who is now Mrs. Stires,
: ; made her debut as a soprano with
; J "her, mother. .
: J "Katherlne." one ot Madame Ho
.""mer's twin daughters, displayed
'-a flair1 for the. piano when'tjuite a
i;yong ster. . Recently ' Madam Mo
:)mer nd" Louise Homer 'Stires
Spsang in a radio program and Kath
jerjne was called upon to play
; 1 It h?ir accompaniments. But this
njwas in the privacy of the studio
( land not before a visible audience.
j if Her. official debut will occut at
; jlf Both the older ;Homers have9o
j jibnuch faith in ber ability that they
iljjhave "engaged Katherine as ac-
i'cotrtpanist. Hereafter she t) ill
! jlfptoy for her mother and her sister.
i iHat -an' their 'joint 'and -individual
' i . . . -i.
concerts. . ,f ,
!;'' The other children of Madame
j j; Louise Homer and Sidney Homer
1 K are Anne Marie, Katherine's twin.
i Sidney, Jr., Hester Makepeace and
I?; Helen Joy. As yet none of these
'i Vias showed a preference for a mu
Ijjj---;, jr. :
i ! MUSIC ASSOCIATION
H ''-. ' '(Continued from page 1.)
jllofthe' ity had "for , many years
ijljbeen 'static at, about 16,000. but
:: tnat now mounts to some 20.
jjodO. ,lt is further advanced that
,;one great reason for that growth
j Knots' been' not merely the cultural
advantage of hearing the good
music i provided by the association
but the. greater unity -in Ihe com
munity life created by 'participa
tion in music toaklag. The latter
I J community' singing at the a-socia-
i drawing power of 'the concerts,
.f ----- - -' - - ' ' - "
You Gan Judge a Man's
Well Made Screen
f I --
L J f!;.J'rtl
A$k about our ad-
; ' ' lation. , : ''
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DOUBLE WEDDING FOR DUNCA NS
a-.-.-:-: . : -y
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f' n 'r
Rosetta Duncan, left, elder. of the Dunoan sLfters 6f"musieal comedy
fame, has admitted her engagement to William Beri. film technical
feapert. nosetta -has lso "dhrelosed
sister, V ivian, right, in the role
Hollywood. Calf., within a few
the two sisters would marry, Rosetta
"it is lis As tor (Scandinavian film actor) is to be the lucky moo, I am
glad." The, sisters have had a pact which forbids one marrying with
out the other. v -
.:; !. fj r n r :r :n' r
oas aisomaae -demands a- aiecca.t
It was the Redlands Community
orchestra under the direction of
Carl Kueanei that gave the final
concert or. the winter series, of
ferlng such numbers as the 'Se
cond Liszt Hhapsody atod a move
ment from Beethoven's Fifth Sym
phDny. " "
Por these winter concerts ' the
audience is limited by the size of
the indoor auditorium, but the
summer programs have the set
ting of the Redlands Qowl, in
which audiences of four to six
thousand are frequent occur
rences No admission charge Is
made, bnt a free-will offering is
taken arid this, with the annual
memberships," and . subscriptions,
goes 'toward the annual . upkeep of
the Association, which is in the
neighborhood of $10,000.
. ' Following Mts. Mui'leh's return,
the summer concerts will open on
the fjfst Friday in July, with a
program by the John Small man A
Capella Choir frpm Los Angeles.
are irttiividaal,. they fit well
they wear well.
uYovt CartrGoVronff Ifou
-The Slcrchant: Tailor 4
484 Court St.
OPAULblNGScTeen 'Doors tor this season may be' had
.X 7eral simple designs that are now in demand.
The mould covering the ends of the wire aeta in a recess
and is flush with the styles. This gives our doors a neat
and attractive appearance. k -'(
sOur treen' doors are made from delected, clear, old
;gf0th' flr--strongest of soft woodsand ver smoothly
finished. Our doors are mortised v aaS ' tenloned. "We
own and operate dry kilns which guarantees our lumber
is properly prepared for use.
that 'a doo!e,wedding Wilh'-her
of the other bride will be staged in
months. Just whom the younicer of
has refused to sajvbut has added,
Adventurer Will Conduct Ex
pedition to Verify, Reports
ADDIS-ABEBE. Abyssinia Spe
cial) -To Terlfy the report, of
Abyssinian , government Soldiers,
that there is a herd of man-eat
ing-blppopotamus at Lake Abiata
in the interior of this county, Gor
don jMaeCreagfc, head of Adven
ture j Magaslae'3 Abyssinian Expe
ditlon'wJU go on a four days trek
into the habitat of the Arrussi
Gallas, the most war-like of all
The soldiers who brought the
Teport had been sent fey Ras Taf
ari Makonnen. Prince Regent of
Abyssinia, on a punitive expedi
tion to Iake 'Abiata. There a Ger
man planter who was conducting
a coffee and ostrich farm, had
become involved in a scandal with
a comely native grirl who -made an
impassioned -appeal Tor vengeance
to the angry tribesmen. Aroused
by the girl's pleas, the natives
chased the settler away and burnt
his crops and stock.
iThe government sent a punitive
force of seven 'hundred men to re
store order but the German had
quietly disappeared, in the face of
so strong an armed force, and the
expedition returned with a full re
port of the damage, done. , While
on their mission the , soldiers
heard from 'the natives about the
great damage the wild ' hippopot
amus, on their ; nightly maraud
ing., trips,, had done to crops and
property. They ,had also horri
bly mangled a number o"f natives
who tried to hunt them down and
showed such ferocious courage
that the local tribesmen had to
"While the; .hippopotamus hunt
was not, originally part of Mac
Cireagh's expedition, the explorer
.considered 4he. report so interest
tng that he is -breaking his plan
ned toyte lodiscover the truth of
these reports, and if possible to
obtain pictures of the beasts. A
motion picture man Is accompany-
USK JLL3USB : h.is,ad.yijxtBTC-.
MAN EATING HIPPO
Expert Says This , Bb 'Factor
in Floods During Recent
Soil erosion is costing the farm
ers 1200,000,000 a year and is one
of the most important questions to
be ; considered in flood control
work 'says H. H. Bennett of ' the
Federal Bureau of Soils.
He believes that .man has eon
spired with his drainage projects
and forest destruction to add vol
ume to flood waters, but that soil
erosion, which Is "gradually re
moving the' "blotter-like" surface
soil and exposing to the rains a
hard soil that sheds water like a.
roof," is a phase of flood control
that is being neglected.
"Failure to build terraces on
sloping fields and to plant grass
and trees on the steeper lands
that are highly susceptible to rain
wash." he states, "accounts for
much of the excess of water now
sweeping down the Mississippi."
-The Chinese, he points out,
have failed to cbntrol their floods
even though they have been-working
4.000 years in building dykes
and digging the greatest system of
canals in the world, because they
have failed to protect their slop
ing uplands from erosion.
"A wise combination of storage
Teservoirs,. hillside terrace con
struction, sueh- as -are now being
built in southern Mississippi and
the Black Belt of Texas, and use
of grazing -and timber lands for
grass and trees," he declares,
"will effect practical flood con
trol as nothing else will.
. "There are no hillside terraces
north 'of the Arkansas river.
Eighteen inches of top soil have
been removed from the new fields
In some parts of northern Kansas.
The entire top soil is ..gone from
hundreds of thousands of acres in
West Virginia, western Pennsyl
vania, eastern Kentucky and
, "From these eroded lands rain
water courses much faster into the
Mississippi than formerly. Our
sins of neglect in this connection
are great, and they are at this mo
ment being visited upon : the in
habitaUts of the lowlands of the
Mississippi and. its -tributaries."
Bird Life irt'ErKfflstiPafte
t Fluctuates With Weather
0JDON (AP- Bird life In
Hyde Park and Kensington Gar
dens. London, fluctuates -with -the
Normally, there are 3,980 birds
In. the parks, it is reckoned by E.
M.. "Nicholson, an Oxford student,
who Is the rirtVperson to-complete
f bird . census in these, tracts.
Nicholson, encouraged by his suc
cess here, has 'begun a census at
1 The Hyde Park-Kensington
Garden; birds were counted four
times. According to the census
the. birds consisted c ,-665 spar
rows. 473 starling!, ?89 black
headed, seagulls, 241 wood "pige
ons, 240 mallards, -43 titmice and
2 6 little moor jiens.
Nicholson began his -census in
November. Two months after
ward, when another census was
taken, after a spell of cold weath
er, the number was eight less. But
after a' month 6f wet weather, it
fell by -1,800. When the weather
improved the original number was
restored. - . , ,
i Nicholson says years will be re
quired to complete the bird cen
sus, in Oxford and vicinity.
?- Gresham Multnomah county
fair grounds will have club build-
fug. , - . ' ,
STBTsi" of Ann1 SMemetit of tUc
WESTERN MUTUAL LIFE
of Los Angeles, in- the ''6t(6' f -Ctli
forais. on the thirty-first day ot Lteeem
br. 19-6. mad to the Iasnraa Com
laiasioncr of the Stat ot Oregon, pur
kaaat to taw:
Apant of capital stock
. paid op
Total premiam inoome for
tthe year $ 534.669.18
f-lataroat, --diriiemdt -and
rent rceeivea aortas
' tht yar .U. .......
Iaeaaie from other nourres
received during the
Paid for losses.- mudrrw-'-
taDtc. aBaities vad
, surrender ratu
Uivideada paid to ."policy- .
holders during the year
OoataiMioB cod aalarica
; paid d urine the year....'
Taxes, licenses and feet
paid daring the year
tAxoemat of aU other cx
penditorea Total expeaditsres S
Valee of real estate owned
(Market value) 9
Vein of stocks and bonds
" ofeaed (market or amor-
' tized value)
Lmbs on mortgagee aad
, rtitlatersl. etc.
Cash' in banks and on
Other assets-(net) Policy
r !' '
" - . if ;
' i Total admitted itMu 1
i :, UshUistes
Oross claims ' for- losses
Idahnity for reserre at
8 H Aster. Ex
Iteserva for laid-np A Ex
tended Ins. and Lmpsed
Snrphta Reserved for Cn
!1U! liabilitte. .excW-
ftnaaae la Oninin -far tks Yar
Gross pre" aa- e received s -
. faring 'toe ?oaf i vv7,3a-00
IiMaen - ttd ;tunu -ihe ' . ' -
jeer .7T " ..f -8,000.00
1 1 t 'sA Kingsler. President.
Statnterv Jnt attorney for service:
-nbnti .4. .-..-- -
Many Antique -Shops
few, t alny, antlaue stores in Lon
don which jQueen CMSry has ' sot
visited or does not know about.
The -aueen is a - collector of
bric-a-brac j as -well as old furni
ture and goes from one shop, to
another in search of what she
The queen is a systematic seek
er of antiques. She has London
laid out in areas on' a small -map
she Carries in her purse on -shopping'
expeditions. The queen takes
one district after another, checking-
them oft as she goes.
Not so long ago; with the queen
of Spain, she was making excur
sions Into Kensington. Then af
terward she searched the north
side of Hyde Park.
Prince George, younger son,
brought the queen many Oriental
antiques ' when he returned from
two years service in the navy,
and she has been making pur
chases to correspond with these.
Salem Markets T
No. 1. wheat, white.
Iled. wheat., taeked .
Oat. pr bu." milling -
fOKX. ifoTTOif .Air best
Top noge -.114
Top steers . .08. 09
Cows i .06
Balls - .. ...04.05M
1927 lambs, vnder 06 11m .10
Top lire voel .10
Ireeted veal , .17
'Dressed pigs . . , .15
Light bens , , ,, .18
Heavy- beni .22
Rooster .06. 08
EOQ)S, "gUTTEB, "TfTTE WTAT
Standards . .18
Cream butter Ilfe.t2
Vegetables, beefs, cked
Ontons d. bunche-s
California lettnee. crate
Synapsis of Annnal Statement of the
DETROIT FIRE & MARINE
of -Detroit, in the State of Michigan, on
the thirty-first day of December,; 1926.
made to the Insurance Commissioner of
the State of Oregon, pursuant to law:
Amonnt ot capital stock
psid np $ 1.000,000.00
Net premiums received
during 'the year $ 1.52,809.50
Interest, dividends and
rents received daring
the year 173.t38.10
Income from other sources
received . dwricvg the year 257.990.58
Total income $
Xet losses paid during 'the
year including adjust
ment expenses $
Dividends paid on' capital
stek during- tb yar
Commissions and salaries
paid during the year ...
Taxesr. licenses and fees
paid during the yesr ....
Amount . of all other ex
Total expenditures $ 1.711,172.14
Value-of -real esrateZ-otrned
(market valoe) 8 400.000.00
Value of stocks and bonds
owned (market value) 1.372,018.02
Loans on mortgages and
collateral. tc. 1,760,567.81
Cash in banks and on
Premiums in course of
collection written siirce
September 30. 1926... 278,289.81
Interest and rents due and
Tetel admitted assets 8
Gross claims for losses
unpaid , :8
Amount of unearned prem
iums on all outstanding
riaks" .. :
Due .for commission and
Alt other liabilities...
Totsl liabilities, exclu
sive of capital stock
of 81,000,000.00 $ 1.857.320.39
Business la Oregon for the Tear
5et premiums reeeived
during -the Tclr !.. 4.641.33
Losses paid during the)
Losses incurred dnring'the
year . 3.622.18
DETROIT FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE
E. 11. Butler, President.
Chas. A. Reekie. Secretary.
Statutory resident ttomey for service':
H. 'V. Randall. Portland.
SynotiMis of Annual statement of the
ALBATf Y IXSTJRAXCK tXJ.
of ' Albany, in the State of New York.
on thethirtyfirst,d'ay-f December. 19C6.
made to the Insaranee Commissioner of
the State of Oregon, pursuant to law:
Amount of capital stork
paid up J 8
Net premiums received
during the year ... 8
Interest, dividends and
rens received . during
Income-from. other sources
reeeived during the year
Total income ....8
Net losses paid daring the
- year ' Including adjut
ment expenses 8
Dividends paid on cepitat
stock during the year....
Coasniiesioaa and- ' amlariea
paid daring the. year
Taxes, licenses and fees
paid daring the year
Amount of all -other ex
Total eeadiuree ZLi
' ' Assets .
Keratorance de on Paid
Losses ad Tspsit Phita.
'Uadrs. . ..i.-.v...
Velue f stocks and bonds
owned (market value). .
Loans on mortgagee and
Cash in banks and on
Premiums ia course of
'- collection 'written srnce
September 30. 1916...
Interest aad rests due and
"Total admitted asset.... 3,059,194.78
t ' -XtaMUtlaa
Gross claims for , losses
Amoan.t of nnearnsd prem
iums am all oatatanding ,
- ridke .v..
Due for coasmission ad
brokerage . -
AU ether liabilrties-;.. .. v
Tdtal' tiabllflies, -esclu- . .
--aiVe of -anttil-stock
I "8350.OO0 -:..:....s..-8 8.53t.l
'"aslnasa in Orerra for "-t w.. , ,
Xet - premioais' ' "treeeived ..
' durtag tbe y -'-f-'-i,.-.8 . ""a,862'.05
Losses paid ' daring " the .'n ..
year , , 78l.I5
Loeaee aeaif rad-'dwrlag the
" year 8 726.15
. . . . Ronald R. aiartia. President, i
... .G. W41f gfqrd, ttwieury.
Statutory raeideat -attorney for. aenrsee ;
. ... .05
4tfK VSW5nerl -tem. - 7
;1 .fM.W.. it
t,JJ 'i'4 t',r - -'
Kei7 Rrst National
De ZAxe Shining Parlor
JBrperte for Ladlej and OenUeraea.
Teds Clear Stand
Ted Irwin, Proprietor
Coffey's photo Service
TeL 70S. Over tbe Spa
Uorris Optical Co S01-S0a-MS
, , 2r. Heatr B. Morris. Detftanctrist .
Ttlephooe 239 -
O. r. Gillette
Lawyer Telephone 1056
Socolofsky Sob, TL 70 304-508
Real -Estate Losns "Insurance
Dr. O'NelU' as Bardatta, Optometrists
Phone 825 , 401-402-403-404-406
Oaardian BdUdlag ; Loan 'Atsoelattra
O. Rayford Ely 41 Telephone 757
WiUard H. Wirta aad Paul r. Barrta
Attorneys. 410-411-412 , a eL 185
Une Morley. 413, TeL 757 Rea. 1915-tV
Rgsl Estate Loans Insersnee
R. -hrs, U. J Physician ft Surceon
Snite 603. TeL 8378-8379; Rea. 77
'RoblaT, Day and Donald W. Miles
. . Attorneys at Law
Tetephaaa 193. , 610-611-812
R. T. Smith, Vew Tork Life
Jt?i6ljL Telephone 19S
ZIOHTH FLOOR ,
J' 0- Ward Dans, Oenaial Dentistry
Telephone SIC. Open Evenings. Room 803
Dr. H. B. Scafleld 808
. , Chiropractor, HenrocaJometer SerHca
L5l "d,I, M- D-. Physician ft Surgeon
ggjjegl0. Telephone 66S; Res. 9348
2r.?',M- Brown Eye, Bar, Kese ft Throat
SpecfalUt. - Salts 901
' . - Tix. W. -A. JohasoB, Dentist
tolepio 1885 1W
.. Dhalme Lee Oeorgs, D. D. . .',
- Osmsral Deatlstrr . .
B. U. QtUiia, D. D. a, urthodoptU
ftOD CARRIBas AND BUILDINO LA
, borers Local, No. 441, meets Wed- I
p. am. 'Call 179 for men.
1APITOL " TYPOGRAPHICAL ITNI01
. 210-President, O. P. Evaaa; see
! n-JL D. Pilkenton. Meets see
ohd Satarday. 8 p. m.
0ARPEXTKRS' UNION NO. 1065
, Meets Tkurs. evening. Herbert Hah
EJSfi41 Wm- P'ttit. secretary
Skilled mechanics famished. Tel. 179
iAtKM ONION LABEL LEAGUE
, Meeta at . Labor Hall on call of presi
f LODGE ROSTER J
O-t . , 0
KNIOHTS Of PYTHIAS MEETS AT
MeCoraaek Hall, over Mi Her No atere,
5Ter7 8Aturdy . -J. Toms,
?i, WH' BBrit. K-tlS.8. Tel!
Z 819 W.
BECKB ft HENDRICKS
189 N. High. TeL 169.
LEE W. BELL
503 Bank of Commerce Bldg. TeL 484
B0HRN8TEDT ft PAYNE
147 N. Commercial. Telephone 577
P. W. GEISER
441 Court. Telephone 2812
W. O. KRUEOER
147 N. Com'L Rm. 1. TeL 217
. JOHN W. ORB,.
New Bligh Bldg. TeL 2485,
GERTRUDE J. U. PAGE
493 N. Cottage. Tel. 1188
TRIANGLE REALTY CO.
421 Court fit. Tel. 651
ULRICH m ROBERTS
129 N. Commercial. TeL 1854
' VICTOR SCHNEIDER, Realtor
147 N. Com'L Tel. 577
' SQUARE DEAL REALTY
tH 8. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. 470
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Ada. run Sunday ONLY charged at
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mast be kept freefrom aarthlag -
, Jof a questionable natnre. Misrepresea-
Ustlens wiU not be toleraied. Isfor -i
ntsUeit ebewianr amy eaeetteible ia
tent 'ea -tbparf af the - ad Tart tsar
ahU be reported te this smwtpapar
F. N. Woodry
"11 yrs. Salem's leading auctioneer
and famitura dealer. Rea. aad Store
: 1610 N. Summer. TeL 611. v...
"NO .KICK ON MT. SERVICE"
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Right dowa tora. Cash mM for
ased furniture. Store 87 1 N. Com'L
Tel. 75. Ayente for Lange Rangea.
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Starter -aad generator . work; 202
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wiring by hoar or eontrset Estimates
rnmied. TeL 960 471 Oonrt St.
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fwei0m TI1 TPPsmn sr. -
CATHOLIC MEN AND -'WOMEN OF
good character to call on Catholic peo
ple presenting proposition of merit,
liberal compensation and expense, auto
mobire owners preferred, wnto for lr-tH-uUrs,
O'Keeffe & Co.. 33 W. M)th
St. N Y. C. '""I1
?100.00 OR BETTER PKR WEKK TO
ladies and gentlemen to demonstrate
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Beles. Calif " 2
HELP WANTED Male 11
HELP WANTED THREE OR FOUR
salesmen wanted at once for campaign
work. See Mr- Davis 7:30 Wednesday
evening June 1st at 174 South Liberty
street. ' Hjl
MAX WITH COLLEGE EDUCATION
one experienced in religious, work pre
ferred ege 25-40 for definite Chris-
lian service with opportunity . for rapid
promotion, must be a leader: state age
and experience: reply folly to Mr.
Ecrris, 218 Security Uldg. Portland.
WANTED A LIVE NEWSPAPER - Sub
scription canvasser. Call ' Circulation
Manager, Btstesroan office. llmlltf
WANTED-: FARMER OR FARMER'S
son to sell taple line of household
neeessitie& to rural trade. Experience,
unnecessary. Wp ftrmish rspitat, you
furnish labor. ('ood profits. If in
terested in business of your own, write
for particulars, J. K. HUNTER, Nyssa,
Oreson. - lltn29
8-'00 PER WEEK MEN WITH COACH
type automobiles, Hudson or Essex pre
ferred, write or wire Davidson. In-A-Car
. lied Company. 1U31 S. IlilL Los An
geles, '!. . 12m29
.SALESMEN SIDE LINE) '.CALLING
on the retail trade. Sell -our 1927
C'omroercisl Hcnc-il l.iue. A feal money
maker. Exclusive items, light samples.
Commissions paid weekly. -Write for
our proposition. Furnish three busi
ness references. Ozark Pencil Co.,
tills Gamlilototi pi., St. Louis, Mo. a
8CO0.OO PER MONTH
IF You are a Man or Woman Worthy
;of the Name and trot r. fraid 'to work,
I'll bet you $50,00 you Can't work for
his thirty diys and urn lets than 200.
yrhink I'm bluffing T -Then answer this
ad and show me np. Opening tor man
agers. Wonder Box sell on sight. The
best selling proposition in America to
day. Write Tom Walker. Dept. 1195,
Pittsburgh. Pa, T2m29
HELP W ANTED Female 13
WOMAN TO WORK IN BAKERY. CALL
1675 ;Stste St. 13m29
LAIMKS MAKE $2 TO $50 WEEKLY
addressing cards al home; experience
unnecessary. 2c stamp brings . full par
ticulars. H. - Lichtv, New Castle" In-dl"-
TEVCHKR OR COLLEGE WOMAN-
ChriMian Protestant for travelling posi
tion introducing a definite plan of re
ligions education, must be sincere and
energetic, opportunity for permanent
work, guaranteed salary to one qualified
eleet:on to be made 'immediately.
Write fully t, Mr. Orwig, Washing
ton Hotel, Seattle. 13m"9
LADIES $25-oO WEEKLY EASY. D
dresstng mail at 'heme. . Good oppor-
oA'.t,V' , Xo MnT,Mll,8 or experience.
PrrtlcuUrs 2c stamp.' Home Business
Service Bureau. Holland, Indiana.
" ' .iiie.29
AGF Z WANTED 14
SAMPLES tXRNISHED; LARGE LINE
'lingerie i rarge eolor range; largest em
mission: f 10.00 DINNER SET 'FREE
to customer. ordering two garments. We
deliver.. ..Bex 307, .Lexington, Ky.
H- B- PCOPFIELD. P. S. Ch
Eirst National Bank Bldg.
DB- ?i-H,B29T?' Fs0 CHIROPRACTOR
259 W. High. Tel. 828-R or 87.
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS
Iruneral wreatha, deeo ratio na, O. T.
Sr?'tl!;"pt' --; State St.
MAGAZINES -Parnf Papers 17
IF TOO" WANT TO OBTv THE BEST
farm paper tend five 2-eeat stamps ts
the Paeifio Homestead, Salem, Oregon,
(?r '4kr 'mma -wawaeriptioB.
MenUon this ad. . . , . ....
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent sumps for special three) months'
trial for the best aad oldest Journal
in the wast. The artielsa aad adver
tisements are of special interest ta the
Soul try breeders of the Northwest
orthweet Poultry Journal. 211 8. Ooav
mercial St., Salem. Ore.
rOK SALE riRST AND 8E0OND -Mort-,
rages. , Trust Deed. Contracts -en
houses Will net 6 to JO per -eeat.
w - BECKE "HENDRICKS
Heilig Bldg 189 N. High St. . jl-ti
fARM LOANS PLENTY OF MONEY
to loan on good farm security.
CITY LOANS We are loaning Pre
f denttal lasuraaee Oompaay menry -aa
-ity -resrdwace nd bnsiaeee- property
I at SVa per eeat, plan a eommfssion.
Hawkins Roberts, Ine 205 Oregon
Building. - eU4tl
' Tear home r ear now,
Pheaa 161 4-.
. -BECKE HENDRICKS-' '
ITelUg Bldg, 19 N. Hixh BC
FOR GARDEN PLOWING, BASEMENT
digging and teem work. TaL 72 F2.
- . ' I9ml4tf
FOR RENT FILLING-STATION AND
garag'.in good location ia Salem. 80j
First National Bank Bldg. 2lm29
FOR lRENX--NEW MODERN '" GARAfJE
. and service, alation. good location. Ap-.
Vlea8 must be reliable. Room 30
First NaVJBank. : 21m27tf
6 TO BE BOOM FOR RENT-280 FERRY
street, between -Front ad Csereal.
fwrejeilyaaoeapiad by Withers I1
- 20 month, iaaalw 8tf
SMALL FIRST FLOOR FURNISHED
apartment, 590 Unrton. 23ji
APARTMENTS. 1833 STATE ST. 23jJ
NEW APARTMENT FOR RENT tit;
Marioa street. Telephone 1187-W.
4-ROOM FRONT APARTMENT UN.
- furnished, June 1st, 878 State ft.
: - - ' - ; ; 23m2!)
FOR RENT Rooms 25
FOR RENT LIVING' ROOM, AND
steeping porch, private entrance. r!(,.e
in. ; Phone 180-M. - 25m jo
SLEEPING PORCH AND DRESSING
- room with board. Home privilege.
Gentleman. Mrs. Joste, 332 v'
.Church, 23nu j
ROOM AND BOARD 253 NORTH 13T1I
St. Tel. 885-W. -25ni3i
TWO ROOMS AND KITCHENETTE
Close in 20. 555 Marion- 25jnel .
SLEEPING ROOMS JFOR LADIES. TEI
ROOMS WITH BOARD AT THE ALEX
aader. TeL 1539; 1030 Chemekets.
. , v 25apr21tf
ROOM FOR RENT IN MODERN HOME
near Capitol Building. Gentleman
only. Telephone 194-J or call 1465
FOR RENT-Houses 27
6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. f2.. 217
East Nob Hill. Tel. 61 M. 27m.Tl-
5-ROOM HOUSE. 147 N. 18th. 817.-.H,
Htandley A Foley. Tj.j
BUNGALOW IN PALMER COURT
Ulrica Roberts. Tel. 1354. 27apr23tf
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
"The Laundry of Pure Materials."
Telehone 185. 1284 Brosdwsy.
TRY THE HOMX WET WASH LAUN--dry.
TaL 171. 1858 B Street. jl7tf
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
Telehone 25. 263 S. High.
D. H. MOSHEB TAILOR FOR MEN
and wwman. - 474 Court fit
WANTED MisceLUtneonB 85
FURNITURE PACKING FOR SHIP
' aaenta. Gieee-Powsrs Furniture Co.
WANTED PRIVATK MONEY FOR
"farm-loans. -.We have Several applica
tions -en hand. Hawkins A Roberts,
lac 205 . Oregon .Bldg. 5dl4tf
MATTRESSES RENOVATED BY THE
Capital City Bedding Co., 1190 North
Capitol. Called for aad delivered. AU
work gaeraoteed. TeL 19. fl9tf
50 WHITE LEGHORN LAYING HENS.
W. E. Thompson. Rt. 8. Box 8, Sa
lem". . - 87m28
CLOVER HAY RT. 9, BOX 101. SA
lem. - 37m28
SEED - POTATOES OALL BETWEEN
12 and 4'p.m. 1005 -Broadway.
- - 37jnel
BLACK DIRT FOB SALS IN EITHER
North or - Sonth Salem. - -Seaeeahle.
"Tel. T2F2. - 87dl2tf
SAVE HALF THE PRICE ON L'NFJN-ni&'-cd'art
forniture end tsbies, msg-
asine baskets, book shelves, fireplace
screens and wood novelties. DO VOI R
OWN DBOORATIKG.: Anyone can do
this work-witfc owr easy, complete in
structions, f urn inked free. Write for
information -and prpices today. SPRUCE
CR AFT INDUSTRIES, ' Box 487, To
ledo. Ore. S7ml5
FOR SALE Lire Stock 89
JERSEY AUCTION AT
MOLALLA. OREGON :
TUESDAY, MAY 31.
Complete dispersal of two bigh elsM.a
registered herds. J. R. Cole. Molalla
offers 35 head. O. K. Beals, Canby f
twelve head. Popnlar Island and Am
erican blood lines. Write for catalog
to either owner. "Free lunch at noon.
Sale at 1 p. m. - 89m29
FOX TERRIER ' PUPPIES, ' BOTH
sexes, nicely marked,' pure bred, priced
-cheap to move quickly. TeL 49F28
(8alem) or -write Mrs. Frank Jones,
Jefferson, Ore, Re. 1- 3mltf
VETERINARIAN . 89a
FRED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN
Office 29 8. Commercial. Tel. 1198.
'Rea. Tel. 1688. " A89m33tf
WOOD FOR SALE
FOR DRY WOODi TEL.' 1990. C. U.
Hasbangh, 1038 1 Highland. 43jn26
18-INCH -OLD .FIR 94.28 PER LOAD.
18-inck green mill wood, 93 per load.
V 5 loads of frees mill wood 914. Tel.
f .3313. : - 48may3tt
GOOD DRY WOOD FOR TOU O. A.
Lamer. TeL 980. 48arl6tf
16-INCH OLD FIR SECOND GROWTH
oak and-ash. TaL 72J?. M. D. May
. field. . 48fl8tf
GOOD COAL DRY WOOD,
"'-" 'H1LLMAN FUEL CO.
Telephone 629. . 43a80tf
" -BRST GRADE OP WOOD
Dry wood, 4 ft. aad 16-inch. Large
loads are eheapsr to bay. Mill wood is
our specialty. Prompt deliver and
. FRED S. WELLS
280 S. Church. TeL 1543f
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
-TeL 517-W. -
EPILEPSY HOW POISONED BLOOO
eaut.es fits. How to stop fits prompt
ly. Free trestise and ,n,,tr"J',
Write Western Medical Ass n, 1.1.1 .
62nd St., Cliicago. 4 ' m -J
POULTRY AND EGGS 45
FRIF? FOR SUNDAY DINNER. WEIGH
VghF-UL ni W.H.Jj;.
CHICK, CHICK. CHICX
OUR ehicks live to make year llv
' Ing." Open range, healthy steak; 9
breeds, fiecial redueed prieos now is
MC FLAKE'S PETLAND I "
" SUU- -b-aMtt
ELECTRIC BROODER FOR BALK
Only one left. A new brooder of 250
ehix capacity, wall known make, never
aerated wlli be eold at a dieoount.
-V'an be seen at the Statesmen office.
-i Ask for Mr. Stiffler. 45s13tf
BABY CHICKS AND CUSTOM HATCH
iag. Expert help, most modem equip
ment. Chicks for sale, all breeds,
rrery Monday. Settings four daya
iTek week. feL 38F21. Lea's H.teh-
ery. - datioti
PBODUCE-WE PAY CASH TOFODUl
try. "SS-. '",..- -.,,.. v...
carry iee ana ""I'v-'"'.
" on wiLh.r, A Ku Pro-
ana at on""""'
dues Co 240 Forry. T1- 185. 451611
BRED TO LAY
WHITE LEGHORN CHICKS
Ws will sell or trade ?, 3 sud 4 weeks
"old sturdy . ehicks for Peppermint oil.
Come and see 15.000 chicks aad ym
will pronounce . them the best lot yen.
703 N. llth St, Corvyis.