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booklet; tells how. Heaoock. llSlDun
Bids., Buffalo, N. T.
Work for "Uncle Sam'V STEADY.
1105 to 20 month. Men women, ls
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Full particulars with sam
ple coaching- FREE. Write Immediate
ly. Franklin Institute. Deptj 8 80 8,
Rochester. N. Y.
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ply at Morris Optical Co., 444 Stats
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HELP WANTED MALE
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r 11IWJT Hf ATI. OLKRKS. Men
1 8-35. Commence $158.00 month.
Steady. Paid vacations. Early examin
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pls coaching FREE. Apply today sure.
Box 524, T9 statesman.
With cars, having contact with
purchasing: agents of industrial
" plants, realty concerns, public insti
r tutions. hospitals, etc., to sell na-
tionally recognized product. Mechan-
leal experience preferred but not
" essential as we teach you the bus
iness. Sales made on approval basis, ov
ercoming natural sales resistance.
' Advanced liberal commissions as
' sure arou of Immediate income. Pro
motion to STATE MANAGERSHIP
makes proposition worth while to
men accustomed to large income.
State full qualifications. Box 63.
: Equity. 11 W. 4 2d St, N. T.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
"inn rsfirrf- -- 'r . - ---.-..-
Earn $15 dally, free dresses. Sell
lovely frocks, 8 for $S.8. Amazing
values, stunning fabrics, enchanting
styles. 1 Quick sales. Experience unnec
essary. Outfit free. Malloch Frocks,
Dept. 50239. Grand Rapids, Mich.
At Last: Famous Harford frocks
styles ready. demonstrators wanted.
Start at about $20- weekly. NO CAN
VASSING. Rapid advancement Exper
ience unnecessary. Write .fully. Dress
es free. Harford Frocks, Dept. B
Prominent manufacturer national
distribution has opening good sales
man with executive ability. Perman
ent connection, excellent pay, right
man. Empire Industries, 127 East
Ninth, St Paul, Minn.
FREE BUSINESS CARDS
. 1.000-$1.60, 1,000 FREE. Big com
mission. Schults Co., 508 W. 10th, Los
rltr!hntr e-rnluaive territory elec
tric hot water heaters from cold water
faucets. Write EMPIRE ELECTRIC
SALES, 200 W. 34th St, N. X. C
. Salesmen: Earn $10.00 dally selling
coveralls, shopcoats. Lettering free.
Leading mnfr. offers best quality $2.
50. Twelve patterns. Prompt deliver
ies. No competition. Comm. advanced.
Outfit free. WEAREVA, 1120 Maple,
Los Angle. Calif.
Work . for room rent wanted by
university male senior. Fraak B. Lock
nart. Lebanon. Ore.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
' FOR 8 ALE Old paper 10c bun-
ai sifttesromn omc
" Typewriters, all makes, new and
used Adders and typewriters for rent
Typewriter Exchange. 421 Court 8t
itt ' IK vfreln wool blanket. $.
pair. Greenbaum's, 240 North Com'L
All makes automatio and beam
scales reconditioned. Iowa Gar. ft Men.
Shop. Phone 3913. 205 Chemeketa.
FOR SALE: Wedgewood combina
tion wood ana gas range, im wun
srijxrxrrrtjrnrvv"vvvj -.--. ---- i
FOR SALE German poMce dog,
R65 N. TTibt.
AU kinds of rtfles. pistols, shotguns,
Id gold and Jewelry. Condition no ob-
lect Mm your pric .
' REINER'S EXCnANGE
324 N. Commercial
WANTED Used pianos, in ex-
ehangs eo radios, phonographs, or fur
niture. H L Stiff Furniture Company
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WANTED Will a? 3c a pound for
GOOD CLEAN COTTON rags. Must
be pieces at least a square yard
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Original poems, songs. Sunset ; Mu
slo Pub' a, & F.r CsX (Send stamps)
WANTED A fresh cow. S. H. Bar
ker. Tel. 83F4.
ran i-nrir-ii -i-
Painting and decorating, contract or
day. Winter prices. --none on.
Va-by, lis amppunt.
POLLY AND HER PALS
AtD WHATS VtXJRrEW t f Iv'M&AN T'SAy THAT NO ) jOtj VVH1STL-X - s 1 ""r,w-v v v
yEARB RESCLUTION, f?Jf $ MAHB? WrWI THB r SR. WHAT HAS J ( fsAjTHiN.' MN.' ) HON. HECK ) FINE, PfcUlrPS
'ZX3jX. PRCrVOCATIONl. VOU J " PROVOKED THE) I J25S HAS C HON.' DR7 S (THEMS JESS My )
C2 TV6 CUT OUT K. VSOvTT SWEAR x 7 HON PA? 1 A HANKERlNV HON. DEQN S-7 SENTlMEMTS
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ther reserves the right to
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ROOM and BOARD
Rm. and board close in. Tel. 6317.
Room with board. 1040 N. 17th.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Pafton mrtm.fit. H, . .1 . -
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bath, nicely furnished. Located In
business IhArlct Call Patton's Book
2-rm. fum act. ??m tttt.i a i
.s. ........ -l-irirtJ-u-irLrLnJ,
I room apt. 445 a Winter,
1) - Mmmm . . . - - -,--.-.-w-M-W-llfUVxn
Preacott apartments, two rooms fur
nished, modern, furnace heat lots of
hot water, garage, near statehouse.
Aauita. ivet ua Bt
or PntApt 255 Division St
SmalL fur. heated apt 690 Union.
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Llerht houskefntnr rnnma StoonfTiir
ruouia, (umienea apts. 48s so. Com L
Nice fur. apt 696 N. Cottage.
SEE this 2 rooms chearwat nlar
in town. 695 Highland Ave.
Desirable 2nd flonr. 9
Heat light, garage. 1010 Oak Pt
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RRNT Obi fnr It. K A
1 rooma $30 to $40 Also houses, ete
Dr.urw.t3 at HbJI UKIUK3
189 North High Street
3 famished houses fnr rent M.li-ln
Adults on It. Call EL Rush
For Rent S R. bouse. 1950 Market
Beautiful llrfls home. fnrBlKhA1.
near Hollywood. 955 Madison.
Housa for rnt. Tiarflw fnnti.h.4
$20.00. Phone 3670. 335 & 15th St
RPH f VA lit hnil OA tmrr T n Ak n1
Thomason, 341 State, Room 4. Houses
ts tin t- , a.. .
t iv ,i. imuu; uungiiiawB, 911 ana
$16. Furnished $16 to $30; also ware
1070 N. 19th. 6 R
2130 Myrtle, 5 R.
190 liaxel. f it
651 ThomDson. 6 R.
1343 N. Capitol. T R.
1595 Lee, 4 R.
W. G. KRTTEGER
Phone 4728 147 N. Commercial
WWaaea tasaaa. 'nnjrLfVVXA,
Restrarant for rent. 899 N. ConVL
Small farm ehM bu 275 N. 20th.
utsit BrAtE, ofTlee roem, light,
heat water and 'pfaene. Inquire roam
$00. 311 State street
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
5 -acres, almoet new 6-R.' bungalow
with built-in JcMchea and nook. Lights
and water system, eoed barn. If taken
this week, $3759.00. $500 down; only
3-mlles of Salem.
34 H -acres, modern house with bath,
10 acres walnuts. 2H A. filberts, fam
ily orchard, electric water system and
running water, for Irrigation, 3-miles
Salem; will take home In Salem as
60-A. good soil, 80-A. cultivation, 10
A. crop. S-A. timber, new. modern 7-R
plastered home with basement, furnace
ana tonet. z poultry nouses, all for
$6000.60: give good terms.
SEARS- ft TUCKER. Realtors
132 South High Street
6 room house in (rood condition.
good location; plastered, garage, wood
house and fruit hous. $2000. Trade
tor small tract close to Salem.
320 TJ. a Bank Bldg. Phone 6796.
Good Investment property. 7 room
semi-modern home, fireplace, base
ment etc, with quarter-block or half
block of choice lots all In ornamental
shrubbery, nuts and fruit, receipts
from which pays taxes yearly." Two
garages, pavea street in Krowin res
idence district' Houae and quarter
diotk si.buv or witn nir block ?3,300.
terms. Owner 765 comer Rural and
Tour husband can afford this beau
tiful 5 room home, fireplace, furnace.
Dunt-ma Deautiruu? oeoorated. Reas
onable price and terms like -rent 149S
N. 18th. Owner 1435 N. 13th. TeL 4277.
We have a good stock farm, good 5
room house, large barn, living water,
some timber, t miles Salem, worth
$8500, stocked and equipped; wants
oaiem nome or small acreage.
Splendid new stricter modern Ra.
lem home worth $6000, clear and want
a good 40 or 60 acre valley farm and
win assume small encumbrance.
27 fine acres well improved, 1 mils
east on fenn roaa ;price 16500.00.
McGILCHRIST ft PENNINGTON
209-10 U. a Bank Bldg. Phone 483$.
. . . it-. MI ii'mi'ii'i ir iii r r ii
THE NEW YEAR
Offers you a NEW HOUSE
Artistic design, beautiful location, t
large rooms, double garage. A real
buy at $6500. Reasonable terms can
SEE Mrs. Ellis with
LEO K. CHILDS CO., Realtors
320 State Street Phone 6708.
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE OR TRADE On af tha
best dairy and berry farms In the Wil
lamette valley. Imnroved building and
all the convenience of the etty. On
pavea mgnway. f. u. jjox lie, baJam.
REAL BARGAIN: Five acres of
good land located on paved road,
two miles from city limits, oast,
has a double garage, houae and
unfinished barn. AU cultivated
land. Price $1650. $60. down, bal
$10. per mo. pins int at 6.
W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
184 a Liberty Street Phono $468.
SNAP : Five room house located at
ius jurixson st. cor. lot, both sta.
paved, price $1450. $50. down, bal.
114 MP mil r 4n.hi4.
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SEE W. H. GRABENHORST ft CO.
134 a Liberty St Phono 6468.
EX CH A N G Li ReaJ Estate
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Here ir anmd nMlaia. a
stock ranch, cleari $11,000 ; take clear
house In Salem.
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has 4 room house.
3 A. strawberries, and logins :
2,500. trade larger place.
Hava aevfral hiurfnaBB hulMlnm
apartment houses to trad for stock
uu cvjuippea larm. ee us ror trades.
H. C SHIELDS
Oregon Building Telephone $19$
for acreage or farm. Rasmus sen. 1S51
Tom mmr.n A mniir. r. 1 a- n n Ik
Will ezchanra in tn mnj w.
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LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
320 State Street Phone 6708
FOR EXCTTTATfi-iW 17rT vinu
AM EYPEr.T.I?VT TDluai..mi
BUSINESS WELL ESTABLISHED,
Including two 3 ton trucks, and ono
1-V4 tons. AXJtm FIT?ST Pi.isa
gas fUIing station, good 6 room
iiuusc, extra larg lot ROOM FOR
HANDLINfJ FTIKr. T-hl. i.
well located on paved street in Salem ;
the business WELL ESTABLISHED
They handle ALL THE PRODUCTS
OF ONE OF THE LARGEST can
neries nere, irom the surrounding dis
trict, including their packing plant In
another town, making a transfer in
all of about 20,000 tons. In addition
to this, they transfer extensively,
supplies from Portland to &lem.
NOW WHEN TOU CAN TRADE FOR
A VAT.TTA nr.TE TUTSIlsTIT'ca iu a rr.
rVE OPERATION, at the present val-
uo oi ma property alone priced at
$9,000, YOU WILL MAKE NO MIS
TAKE. For this and other good business
propositions, also farms and subur-
t"" u iiics, ace, vy HiLOjH TAULMAN,
.! oiaif? .-rret. tnone 3713.
Half In hpariner fnit Hal u.j
good soli, good bldgs., which cost more
to build than the price we ask for the
place. Price $4000., if sold next ten
days. Terms. Might consider some
traae. iihB my agents,
rs.nrniL. & THOMASON
3 4 1 . Sta te St reet
acres on highway north. 3 room
house, fireplace, lights, water, gar
age, 3 ehlcken houses, 2 cleared,
young orchard, good well, 1 1-4 A.
strawberries, $3750. Will trade for
dm, II hnm. In flol.ni
23 acres, 3 mi. 8. E. of Woodburfl,
j uar nam son, an tiled, S -Wells,
12 A. in berries, 7 room plastered
house, 3 yra old. 'bath, lights,
barn 24x66, chicken house, $7000.
$2500 to4eon at H.
320 XT. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 6796.
120 A. dark loam soil, house, barn.
bwu ru., lamuy orcnara, pressure
water system. $7B00. Federal loan
40 A. 8 ml. Salem, 6 R. 'modern home.
new iHoaern aairy oarn ror 16
cows. Electrio water system, fen
ced and cross fenced with woven
wire. Death in family reason for
Selling. $7500. Would talr omnlUr
, R- A. FORKNER
1610 N. Cottage Phone S031.
ACREAGE BARGAINS TERMS
' acres, gooa jor poultry. $750.
.. '- iulwui, n i pa
rn rllMrta Kq hnn. i ..t.in.,
. . - . u. vuiuiauvu,
uun ill. iavu.
is acres, good walnut and fruit
land, good view. $1250.
67 ar?ra ennA mi - . t.
TWO FARMS FOR RENT Cash
SOCOirnrsTrr a eo
First National Bank Bldg.
STOP inntr t iotw
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YOU ran llliv rron ira frxv mnn
. o ' . . v. v3 J UJVII-
CV now thnn vnn an
Close in suburban home. 4 rooms.
garage, paved rd. with city lights
and water, no city taxea Price cut to
tiivv; kooo terms.
BECHTEL or THOMASON.
341 State Street Room 4.
10 A. 3-4 mt from Hubbard originally
sold for $250. per acre. Price now
30 acres timber, 6 ml. from Newberg,
mi. from school on good road,
estimated one million ft. lumber,
3000 cords of wood. $60 per acre
320 TJ. s. Bank Bldg. Phone 6796.
WELL EQUIPPED WOOD BUS-
If Interested, we have a money mak-
jnr proposition ror tne right party.
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
330 State Street Phone 6708
MONEY TO LOAN
EXTRA MONET FOR CHRISTMAS
'If you -are la need of some extra
money for end of the year expenses,
see ua We advance cash to salaried
omnia on n sin nnt., nfj
V " - I l u. V. UVLOS,
lurnnure, pianos, etc. Repayment ar
ransea to suit your convenience. Om
erv(co Is quick, courteous and confl
STATE LOAN COMPANT
212 Oregon Bldg. , 2nd Floor.
uiuce nra 10:04. JL. M. to 6:30 P. M
Telephone 7783 Licensed by State
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Private monar to loan on imnmvxi
reaj estate, tr. M. Bell, ZZf N. UIgn.
icu ma w till,
Practice Makes Perfect
MONEY TO LOAN
PKBSflN At. t1 ft
on furniture, oars, salaries
mjlujs on runui
us before eloalna a tann.
First National Bank Bldg. Phono 8(81
r!TTT Attn rivu i. i
ratea Boat terms obtainabla. Our
insurance department offers yon oa
pert advice and sen Ice to all I hi so
HAWKINS ft ROBERTS Una.)
TL 410$ 365 Orecoa Bldei
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS -Contract
Arrange to reduce your payments, -Ton
noes the car.
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty 8t and Ferry
Phono 4738 8alom. Or.
'Bells of Harmony'
Heard over KOOI daQy
ring out a loan aarvlco that
t jroally. really, olfferont.
NO D EDUCTION
NO OTHER CHARGES
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
U flO tO $30
Room lit New Bligh Bldg tnd Floor
LiriCNSicn rt nTirn
$18 State St TeL 3-T-4-.
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WANTED Private money to loan
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
dcit mo a
134 i Liberty St- TsL 8461.
WANTED To borrow $1,600.00 on
6 room modern house. 73$ N. Kth.
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
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FOR SALE Registered HamDshire
ewes, 1 yr. up to lamb Feb. Mar.,
Jan. price. f per Dead, writ J.
McFarland. Tangent Ore
FOR SALE WOOD
Green second growth $4. Old fir and
ash, phone Judd 103F31.
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CUT t? A K'TIfliT rI V uvr nml
TeL 6000 Salem Fuel Co. Trada ft
i . i -i . n-i rn.r nj-Lru-m
IrtA irmwtti fir A ft tl KA
Dick Hampton. Jefferson, Oregon.
16 in. 2nd growth fir $4.50 and $5.
00. Tel. 5848.
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For eood wood phone 3986. Tracy's
Old 'Ir. 16". $5.00. Seasoned seo-
ond grewth 16'' $4.75. TeL 4136.
ALL KINDS, any length. Call 3738.
12-16 In. old fir. heavy bark, larg;
2nd growth, dry. Howard, TeL 8986.
Dry slab and old fir. TeL 5746.
16" laree old fir. 85.60. See It at
1775 N. Front TeL 8664.
- " . -- - - rwi n.ni'xn rifi
Well seasoned IS" 2nd irrowth fir.
good measure. Reasonable. Phone
Old fir 16". $5.00. TeL 8473.
DRT FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel oil Call oa us for pricea We
giv gooa measure, goon quality ana
.ARMER TRANSFER ft STORAGE
See Ashcraft at 1530 N. Front 8t
and save money on wood. R. M. Ash
craft 2nd grth. 16", 65. Maple $7. Ph. 6189.
Wood Mwlng, Robins. Tel. 9463.
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Working man 60, unacquainted,
lonesome, would like to meet a lady
living in or near Salem. Box 101,
FOR SALE USED CARS
A Bargain a Day
TOMORROW'S BARGAIN IS
192T Oldsmobile 6, 4 door sedan,
(however, this car- was bought for
19211. Run hilt 24 ftflft mllaa- trnnA
rubber, 4 wheel brakes, excellent fln-
uui ana learner upnoistery,
McBCAY CHEV. CO.
Where Tou Get the Big $ Worth
: 38 Center Street
YOUR CAR IS HERE BUT NOW
AT LOWER PRICES
1928 Roadrter .
1927 Std. Bulck Coach :
1929 Dodge 6 Sedan
1929 Whippet 6 4 pass. Coup
1929 Plymouth Sedan
1928 Essex 4 Pass. Coupe
1928 Chevrolet Coach
1926 Chevrolet Sedan ,
1926 Special Stude Coach
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Phone $158 Center Street
Phone 7910 Marlon ft Liberty Lot
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FOR SALES Late model Chevrolet,
or wOl trade for chickens. R, 8, Box
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FOR, SALE '22 Cadillao touring.
ioov o. xu icu ovi3.
FOR SALE USED CARS
FOR HlTiW ..FtT ftiKiu. ..-
1981 DoLnx model OAKLAND fiJB
DAN at very low price.
ujtucuuN roi-NCa CORP.
Phone $061 -
Chevrolet enaen rtm ni. t-m a .
" "ffth or east Salom lot. TeL 8898,
Box 118, Statenun.
WANTED USED CARS
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- Lata 1919 Plnnnnth 1tn-i1
commercial bod to trad for 1929 modal
?ra ooup or sedan. Valley View
Servl SUtlon, S mL west n DalUs
Bits For Breakfast
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(Contlnnod from page 4)
off. Into th WUlamatt va11v
th crosalnf; of tha Cascade to
ha oror what haa ainca been
known a th Mlnto paaa. but
which at that tlmo had not been
discovered or used atnee tha Hnd
aon'a Bar companies had gon
that war fa tha lata twenties and
Meek thought bo could find It,
from tha east aid of tha rr-d
Ha lad th covered wag-on caravan
by war of tba Malheur river and
oyer barren stretch
to war da th John Day and Des
chutes river. They lost many of
their oxen through atarratlon and
lor lacg of water and a number
of th Immigrants died from tha
same deprivations. Tha
desperate, when ther had reached
in uescnotes, and ther wer
readr to hang Meek. H escaped
and securing horsea from the In
dians hastened to Th Dalle.
says Bancrofts writer: "He suc
ceeded In finding a guld in th
person of Moses Harris, wbn bt
deserted White's partr (Dr. Eli
jah wnite a partr on th war
east) th first dar out from Th
Dalles. Harris gathered a few
horae-loads of food and hurried
to th relief of the Immigrants."
h round them about 35 miles
from Th Dallee. near wher
Tygh creek comes into th Des-
enutes. Had ther not become dis
couraged and enraged, rnanv eood
Judges afterwards believed, ther
iv u Barron Baixenes starter ana
generator work. Texaco station, cer-
ner Court and Church.
The best to bicycles and repairing.
H ' firott 14T H Com-! Tel R14
Telephone 4450, R. EL Northnesa
Dr. a U SCOTT. PSCL Chiropractor.
i n. mrn. lei. (tea bstx.
f)R!l RTVlTTITT r p,hn. milwinM.
tors. X-ray and N C M. New Bank
Center 8L Valetert. Tel 9688.
ALL kinds of floral work. Lots flor
ist. 16th Market TeL 9593.
CUT Flowers, wedding bonanst-
funeral wreaths, decoration C F.
BrclthaaoL florist. El 3 State Street
Potted plants, pcinsettlaa, ferns, ete.
HL A. Bennett Nursery C. TeL 6178.
Housecleaning Floor Waxing
W dean anything that a oal n ted"
Capitol Window Cleaners. Phone 37T1
Salem Scaventrer. TeL 4930 or T600.
189 N. Hlb TeL 4941
WILLAMETTE INS. AUENCT
Wm. Bltven, Ugr.
. Exclusive ButtevlU Agent
311 Masonic Bldg. TeL TI94
THE NEW ffALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEI DER LAUNDRY
368 a Hlgb TeL 8138
CAPITA! C1TT LAUNDRY
"Ws Wash Everything In Lux"
Te'ephon 3166 1364 Broadway
Mattresses from factory to home.
New 69 lb. mattress 36.06. Ronovat
er and fumlatora Capital Bed-
dinguo. tpi 4 efts 03B Nortn Capitol
WILL Pianos, Phono-
grapha sowing machine, sheet musio.
ana piano - atuaiea Ke pairing phono
graphs and sewtng machine. 433
Stat Street. Balem.
might haya gotten through and
found Mlnto paaa about SI rears
befor ft was deflnlterr discoTar
ed. Ther had lost 20 from disease
and hunger, and the reat of them
were in a pitiable condition.
Among them were manr families
afterwards prominent In Oregon
hlstorr. Hugh Lhixa McNarr, fa
ther of U, 8. Senator and TJ. 8.
Judge Charles 1 and John H. Mc
Narr, waa among the number.
Harris did like service for the
unfortunate aectlon of the IS 4 6
immigration that attempted to get
into Oregon br the Applegate or
southern route, turning off at
Fort Hall. Some (were killed br
the hostile Klamath Indiana, and
manr "died, and nearlr all lost
their oxen and wagons and ar
rived in th Umpooa valley desti
tute and starring. Learning of the
plight of th starring stragglers,
Father Bolduc of St Paul made
up a partr of a French Canadian
and fire half-breeds, with horses
and supplies and sent them aouth.
starting Dec. 5. "On tha 8th ther
OTertook Mosee Harris and three
others with horses and provisions
going to the relief of the immi
grants,' says a journal pf one of
the incoming stragglers. The rec
ord ahows that Harris waa a lead
er among the relief parties. He
was instrumental in saving the
Urea of manr persons whose
names are on the honor rolls of
Oregon pioneers, like Rice Dun
bar, Jamea Campbell, Rer. J. A.
Cornwall, Grandma Tabttha
Brown, founder of Pacific univer
sity, J. Quinn Thornton, the Croi
sans. Halls. Butterflelds, Crumps,
Townsends, Holts, etc., ete.
Black Harris, chief of roman
cers among th mountain man,
was surely among the chiefs of
th life savers. No doubt many of
the saved men In the 1345 and
1846 straggling parties wer
readr to attest their belief in his
petrified foreat masterpiece, with
th birds petrified in th act of
singing and all th resL And
som of them would har even
gone further and averred that the
verr songs of th singing birds
Vere petrified, if th Moses who
PLUMBING and HEATING
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aftfTa,f,,nS- Paper hanging, tinting,
etc- Reliable workman
FOB BTATIONKR? .
f V-kl I-U UU-
leta, progTama books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman . Print
ing Department. 318 a Commercial
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Trucks to PerUan4 dally.
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By CI iff STERRETT
led them to their promised land
had requested It.
"1 aaid la my haste, all men are
liars," scrolled the psalmist of
holy writ. All men who romance
are not be to properlr classed as
liars.1 In tact, as goes the old saw,
there are degrees of liarsfor in
stance, "plain liars, damned liars,
and politicians" or was it statis
The Bits man worked long with
a certain old time Salem newspa
per man. He was truthful and re
liable in his work as a reporter.
But, like Black Harris, he was a
romancer. Once, br prearrange
ment, he waa led on to tell of all
the things he had done in his life.
He waa then, ear 35 rears old.
One jot the little partr of listeners
kept" tab on him and the total of
years he had lived up to that time,
taking for granted all the things
he had done, and the length of
time he was engaged in each case,
waa trulr sat forth waa about
1351 And he waa not told, and
does not know to this dar. that
anr one who listened to him did
not believe ererr word of his
LEE ID SILKE III
FRUITLAND. Jan.'l Mra.
Paul Lee and Eugene Sllke, each
driving new cars and a resident
of Salem, name not learned, driv
ing a sedan crashed together at
Myers' corner, west of Frultland
New Year's dar. Th sedan was
badlr wrecked, being caught be
tween th two other cars. Th
windshield in the sedan was bad
lr broken and the elderlr man'a
face was cut and bleeding, though
not badlr hurt. He was shaken
Wrecking crews removed th
disabled care and Mr. Silk was
able to go on home unassisted.
Clark Bnndy is spending a few
days in Toledo.
Mrs. P. R. Coulson entertain
ed a number of guests with a ra
dio watch party New Year's eve.
HUBBARD. Jan 1 Mi fin
gadlne Bidgood has been the
house euest of Mrs. MelvLn rm
during the holidays. Miss Bidgood
is a student at Oregon State col
lege, and will return there Mon
day to resume her course in land
scape gardening. She spent Christ
mas with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Bidgood at Tnrlpnen-
AT MTLK MEET
ZENA C. P. Merrick of Ken a
motored to Portland Wednesday
to attend the meeting of milk pro
ducers and distributors which was
held to try to establish a whole
sale price on milk. Interested pro
ducers wao accompanied him were
Iran Merrick, w Ed ward a and
Alvln Madseifj all of Lincoln, and
n a mt
o. leepies or onn spring vai-ler.
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SOVIET FORD PUT !
Built by U. S. Engineers,
Factory Will Supply ;
NIZHNl-NOYGOROD, TJ. . J
R., Jan. (P) Soyiet aa
sla's newest and largest automo
bile manufacturing; plant, reared,.
In record time br American en- "
glneera to turn ant VnA . . .
fldalljr began operation today aft
ter th ceremonies with which
Russians always greet th opening
" muuBinai enterprises
Officials hailed th new fae- '
tory as the foundation of a mo
torized era for soviet Russia. Is
speeches at tha plant and In for
mal reDOrt in Jna-nh Cf-1( . - -
Around the factory, which oc
cupies 300,000 square yaTde and
earn 10 d tne largest of its
kind in Europe, is being built a
new city some 14 miles from tha
old city of Nixhni-Norgorod, ones
the great marktnia n mM.
Asia and China.
Construction and equinment oi
the plant, named "Molotoff aft
er Premier Vyacheslaff Molotoff,
cost approximately $119,000,000.
The construction, under the di
rection of the Austin company, of
Cleveland. Ohio, was completed
Noyember 1. fifteen months arter
the work started.
The production schedule for
the first quarter of this year con
centrates on the manufacture of
necessary factory instruments,
contemplating an output of oily
700 automobiles. After that tha
program calls for progressire pro
duction on a seal commensurat
with the factory's capacity ot
144.000 machines annually of
which 94.000 will be ton-and-a-half
trucks and the remainder
The automobiles will be manu
factured under an arrangement
with the American Ford company
under which the Detroit manufac
turer permits the Soviets to us
his patents In exchange for an or
der for a larger number of American-made
cars. Eusslan mad
materials will be used..
SILVERTON, Jan. 2 Major
General George A. Whit of Sa
lem will be the speaker at th
Monday night meeting of th Del
bert Reeves post of the Americas
Legion. Major General White's
subject will be "To Preserve ths
memories and Incidents of our as
sociation in the great war."
VESSEL ABANDONED, CREW
SEATTLE, Jan. 2 ' (AP) A
message that th disabled Japa
nese freighter. Tamaho Maru, had
been abandoned in the North Pa
cific and its crew of 42 bad been
taken aboard by th Reiyo Mara
was picked np by the coast guard
radio here tonight.
mart blow 16 imprisoa-
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