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HELP... WANTED MALE
t to 3 men to handle national adver
tised ttlnav1 Apply at 46? gerry St
'Man wishing to make 86 to $7 per
day call at Argo Hotel. Ask for Mr.
Chambers, Mo phone calls.
Men 28-48. 8tear work, f 170 to
$1300 year. POSTOFFICS CLERKS
MAIL. CARRIERS. Common education
sufficient Paid vacation. SI coached
. PRES. Writs today sure for full par
tJculara.Box 1884, Statesman.
Man with ear. S07 M1H St,
"Practical nurse takes eases at home
mr will so out 801 N. zstn,
Kxperlenced reliable mtadle - sged
farmer, ainale. desires Dermanent alt-
nation on a farm, aood milker and
teamster, v understands care 01 uve
stock. Box 141,. Statesman.
' Experienced girl desires housework.
: 491 Tf. 'lSth. rnone
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Tnewrttera alt max, new and
mL AAdere and tvnewrlters for rent
Tynewrttev Bxchanse, 4J1 Court 8t
Conrallls strawberry plants . snd I
fan berry tlpa V D Leek. -Tot Pl
Ladiee nata, alterations and repair.
Greenbanm s, Z4S N. com i.
Wrlnxer repairs for all makes of
washers. Mr. eius. ttaux uiec. w
Trailer for sale. Inquire Model Cafe.
Fan SALE Old usiots ' bun
die Statesman .office
Camilla "11" strawberry plants
IS per M dug: H-50 dig them. A. A.
Harms, R. T. Box tz. naitm.
Watch window at Allen Hdwe.
Store, big surprise Saturday, April
10th. The new National Health drink.
English cluster selected roots now
drying. F. J. Miller. 12 A St, Forest
Grove, Ore. Phone ,113m,
imrt SALE Loganberry tips one
dollar per hundred. ' Wm. Fredrick,
half mile south, Woodburn, Ore.
S mil outboard runabout, beauti
ful cedar hull, oak' ribs, proper fasten
ing, large Evlnrude motor, I gal gas
tank and electric pump: -complete
equipment A fast boat that is safe
and dry, $0o cash. See Portland Sun
All kinds of rifle, pistols, shotguns.
eld gold nq leweiry uonaiuon no oo-
jack name your iirK
ISO N. Commercial
vtri. iirxn rwwwwT.".-..- - --
OT ANTRrWIlBMl otanaa In OS
change en radios, ohonosTsphs, ot fur
nltura H U HtltT lTjrniiure uimwnr
FYiilt lars all slaea rhone S472
" Attention ladles your coats, cloth
or fur made In the newest fashion.
Fur Jackets our specialty. Hsger's
Fur Shop. .1215 & Commercial.
-'Jackson Maternity Home, 1010 N.
Cottage. Tel. 7700.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Fum. rooms clone In. 2SS Division.
ROOM AND BOARD
Tel. S317. Modern, warm room and
Mod. rooms with board. (91 Union.
Room and board ln modern home.
Tel. 0300. ' '
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Pattan anartments with private
tath. aleelv furnished Located tn
business district Call Pattoa's Book
Stor. .-, ' i
Wlt- furnished 2 room- spt..- bath
and garage. TeL 7C4. 22(1 HsseL
Nlhe furnished apts., private bath,
2 rm apL, 441 S. Winter.
Small furn. apt. 590 Union.
. STTRNISHbTD BTTNOALOW - APT.
AAulta onlv. 825. Inaulre 947 MilL
Two rooms unfur. $10.00. Ph. 722$,
FOR RENT HOUSES
Partly furnished house, Til Breys
Furnished and unfurnished houses
R. A Forkner. Fbone
ASi. rinsxn iini
To lease burnished 4 -room bnnga
low. Crotsaa Creek. TeL 87.
TirT? REST RENTALS
BEE BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State Koom
Houses and apts. for l.to-$40. Fur
nished $14 to $50. v
wnx s&T.m A R. 'HOUSE
Completely furnished, 2 lots for $50
down, lis montn. tmcm tivw.
Furnished atz room strictly modern.
$25.00. 725 North llth. Fhone .
POLLY AND HER
Sr-,:i -CNl' us amateur f
fCHTXGACS HAS A
I OH, EEApJ GOTT 1AK& TH J
A ITS SO, BITTER WITH 7
mm i B J t .
no. financial responsibility
for errors which may ap- .
pear in advertisements pub-.
llshed In Its columns, and
In cases where this paper Is
at fault will reprint that
part of an advertisement in
which the typographical
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject objec-,
tlonal advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classifica
tion. FOB RENT HOUSES
Duplex house. 94S N. Winter.
Modern fur. house. I9 N. Winter.
!U A. Hnae In. -
S R. modern bom for rent, sale or i
trade. Cau Cbamberiam SS9.
FOR RENT Well- furnished house
at 1344 Court BUS rm. modern. Willi
lease, - -
WINNIE PETTYJOHN -175
South High 8treet
FOB SALE Real Estate
Uood 7 -room plastered home, fire-
surroundings. . Ornamental, nut anJlSS
rrult trees. Fruit and berries more than
pays taxes Two anrages, S to f fine
lots, nice new. paved street, nesr
schools Priced to sell all or part.
terma 765 Rural Ave. Fnone SS54.
ISO acres all la cultivation with lit
A. clover, t A. cherries, 1 A. filberts.
1 sere walnuts, t rm. house with ele&
and bath, on . Willamette river with
part upland. Will: take . smaller farm
gate this. . ... I
ami near oatciu. w wko. buiii
house. - $1500. A rear buy.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
17S South High Street
tZi cash. SIS monthly, burs a 4 :
room " house In' Kay's addition. 1700
and assume paving.
W. Q. KRUuR
117 N. Commercial
PLEASURES OF COUNTRY
Included In this remarkable offer
of S acres, all In young cherries, good
house, only short distance from city
bus line, nice for tew days stouv.
Reduced from 16508. terma
Choice acre tract not far out on
paved road with 4 room house, elec
tric lights, garage, woodshed, chicken
coops and drove well, trice only sz,-
10e witb terms.
Another acre tract close to city
limits with new. B room modern bouse
with basement' Price 13000 with
LEO N. CHILD 3 CO.. Realtors
120 State Street Phone 6701
New 4 room modern house and gar
age.'tt A fine location, close In. cost I
$2000.00 sacrifice for $2376.00 $1,-
800.00 cash," balance assume.
- JLINCOLN ELLIS
: - 4S2 State
6 Re house, good location, paving
and. Ws said, plastered, bath, gar
age,' ImO, tieOO straight loan, take
acreage' or -email -nouse lor via iaoy.
..-. u C : J. JACKSON
- STOP DON'T DELAY
Buv Now Safest Investment
X-acre tract Good 4 R. house and
electricity. Poultry house. 50 bearing
cherries; ltt ml. from Salem, price
11-acres on paved highway, running,
water. 3-A. timber, price reduced to
$975.00; worth double.
160-acres. 4 R. house, good large
barn, trout stream, lots of good pas
ture, price $:600.00 terms.
90-acres. I0-A. crop. 1000 cord
wood, running water, on good road.
8H miles of Salem. 4 K. nouse ana
barn. Price $2700.00; $900.00 down.
297-acres. 220-A. cult. 45-A. tim
ber. 10-A. strawberries, S-good springs.
all fenced. 7-R. house, new hip roof
barn and other bldga Trade tor small
er place up to $8000.00.
123-acrea Located on Pacific high
way between here and Albany. 110-A.
cult., some crop ln, rencea, price re
duced to $100 per acre. Trade for
small place or city property ; this Is a
dandy place and asked $200.00 per A.
one year ngo. Don't pass this up.
SEARS ft TUtKEK, KeaitorS
in South High Street
We have clear 2H acres near Sa
lem, nice suburban home, good house
snd barn, wortn sivuu.oo ana owner
will take larger farm and assume up
If you want to trade come in- ana
see us we have many properties for
209-10 U. S Bank Bldg.
Nice neat bungalow, good lot, gar
age, paving paid. $1200. Will take
car as first payment.
4 R-. large nook, hardwood floors.
,. fireplace, full basement, furnace,
garage. Terms. I27UO.
C R-. hardwood floors, full basement.
furnace, flreolace. garage. S bed'
rooms Has $2800 bonus loan.
R. A. FORKNER
1010 North Cottage Phone 3031
FOR SALE Nearly new s room
modern house. Will give terma SSI
N. Capitol '
EXCHANGE Real Estate
We want the best 40 to CO acre
ranch, near Salem, that a good du
nlex located dose to business district
will buy: Submit your offer to MRS.
LKO N. CHILD3 CO.. Realtors
320 Stats Street Phone 1708.
Good small tracts. Irrigated, prac
tically clear of encumbrance, located
ln the Takima valley to exchange for
farm in the valley. Will assume. Also
have some large place, same loca
tion, trade for your farm and assume
the mortgage. See mo in. tne next lew
H. C SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. TeL 103
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Plain 4 R. bouse, good location. I
naved at. clear and 3UQ0 tor amau or
modern house. Call 4404. iKswaro.
NiutT I A. timet, vary best of SO EL j
4 A, cultivated land, bmt pastor sad
Rio little oak grove. Modern S- R.
bungalow, has water system, bath and I
elec lights, not tar out. mat nr
rood home In Salem. Price Hxht
RECHTKL, OP THOaAfiUH
141 Stale 8treet; . . .Room ,
. 10S A. SNAP .
Forced to sell or be foreclosed.
ONLY 1 MILES SALEM
IS A. In crop. Some rood Umber,
pasture, creek, aprtnra, rnnnlng water.
au year, gnod nouse, lair hoc mot
cut for quick deal stock, crop aaa im
plements - all so for t(5SS : without
?4Se for cash. Don't tail to. see this
if you want the best but la a farm
you srer saw. BKW
BfiCHTUL tr TUOHABON
S41 State Street Room 4.
mt from Salem, all cultl
Ulad, SS cherry . trees,
room, house, electric lights, bath. I
Wired lor electric . stove, large l
chicken house, SSS hens and farm
ing utensils. Mios.
acre 1 mt from Salem. I room
bouse, large living room, dining
room, oak, floors, fireplace, fur
nace,, wired for . electrta store,
935B9. sasy terma.
acres on Pacific highway. I room
house, barn 10x10. double garage.
chicken house. S cabins, stove and
gas. station, isoeo.
TJ. S. Bank Bids.
S ACRES NEW HOUSE $1150
S R. plastered house, electric lights.
gas. good well, A-l soil, 1-4 acre black
wainuta Easy terma
First National Bank Bldg.
WANTED Partner In rroeerv and
. i . .k.i ni.i K c , ..h.
MONEY TO LOAN
'Bells of Harmony
Heard over KDIN dally
ring out a loan service that
Am really, really- different
TOO GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
on urjAMS lis to ioe
Room IIS New Bllgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
Sit State St TeL t-7-4-0
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries
SSr n ur?nc,aiRnnie:
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank Bldg. Phone 1553.
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT X3AN8
. STATE LOAN COMPANY
ITS Oregon Building Snd Floor.
Office hra 10:00 A. M. to 0:30 P. M.
Telephone 7783 Licensed by State
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce youi payments
You keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
Phone 4732 Salem. Ore
CITT AND FARM loans st lowest
rates. Best terms obtainable. Our
Insurance department offers you ex
pert advice and service In all lines.
HAWKINS a kobkris tine.
Tel. 4109 20R Oreeon Ride
WANTED Private money to loan
on real estate.
W. IL GRABENHORST CO,
134 S r.lherty St Tel 4
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Baby chicks. Warmer's
2160 N. Fifth. TeL 9671.
Custom hatching 2o per egg after
Mar. 25th. TeL 133F3. Lee's Hatchery
Special baby chick sale. Tues. A
Wed. These low prices will surprise
you. Salem Chlckertes, 265 N. Cottage
Day old and started chlx. also pul
lets. The Willamette Valley Hatch
ery- 410 S 24th St
Poultry wanted. Salem Poultry Co-
255 E. Miller. M. A, Mann.' Phone 4881
FOR SALE Choice long 2 yr. old
heifers to freshen soon. M. D. Looney,
Jefferson. Kt. 1, Ore.
FOR SALE WOOD
For good wood phono 3988. Tracy's
GUARANTEED DRY wood coal
TeL 1000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade A
ALL KINDS, any length Call S73S
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, c
and fuel OIL Call on us for prlcea We
give good measure, good quality ana
good service. -
I ARM BR TRANSFER STORAOB
Old fir and Ihnba TeL Judd 103F3L
Old tlr. TeL S483.
FIRST CLASS FUEL
Screened hog fuel dry second
growth fir old fir mill block. Phono
8847. Fred E. wells Inc.
Bone dry fir tr. TeL 6273.
Old fir $5.10 per ed. TeL 1148.
Good old fir. Phono 8932.
Good old fir. Phono 8932.
- Nice dry second fir, $1 a load, saw
ed, fnone if.
Sound ir old fir. TeL 7177.
OH SHE PLAIsiTED
HER PEAS OVER A
WEEK AGO, AN'
LOST AND FOUND
XOSTTaa striped vmbrslls, rtad-
piea return. to -statesman acnee.
FOB SALE USED CABS.
Mv VC ffTCDri r AOC?
mwiwii vjjils vnnu
excellent conditions and priced right. I
HOUJUl A rDRDB .
Hie Roadster, driven lim .mL.
gooa urea, new paint aaa -fine
mechanical shape tlH
iltt Tudor Sedan, new. paint and
a nice car urougnout Mis
till Victoria, good Urea, finish
' j : am ' mmeaatanr. Rani llae
i " new . i$S9f
1S2S Dodre Couna. osanlstetr re-
- conditioned im
llZt Durant s-se Sedan, -good
rubber finish and upholstery
llko new. fine - mechanical
condition. Onlr 1S.S0S miles tSSS
Ulf CheT. Landau BOdan. excel
lent pamt . and upnotatery,
orood rubber, motor csmpiets
ly - vorhanled wlth -new
.bronse bushed piston. Back
ed by our fcQ. . K. that
Many ethers from szs to &w.
' - T " ZTL 1
3 wencer. i-nono siss . wwh
Valley Motor Co
SSI TJsed Cars 8014 tn If It
129 Bold This Teas -
Ask the Person Who
1910 Tudor Sedan
191 8td Coupe, rumble seat.
1111 Std. Coupe
192S Chrysler Coupe
1927 Olds Coupe
192S Bulck Coach
AJI rood cars and good buya cornel
In and look them over. Trade in your J
Valley Motor CO.
Phone list Center street
Phone 191t Lot at Marlon Liberty 1
. . . i
1919 Plymouth coupe leather
upholstery tiis.oo l
19St Studebaker Dictator
Coupe leather upholstery SIS. St I
YMtennhn. Rnort roun i
rumble seat sis.ee i
1921 Chrysler Coach t 125.90 I
1921 Overland touring balloon I
tires lots of miles yet. 65.09 I
. . . . TW Jt . , F AA I
ll.f UWSf WV .... 1...W,
192 S Graham Paige Sedan
easy driving iota ot pep 105.00 1
192S Hupmobfle Sedan n e w I
192C Wlllys-Knlght Sedan
1930 Dodge Eight Sedan
wire wheels 750.0S I
1 1128 Dodge Sedan I cylinder.
small xour sta.oe
Bonesteele Motor Co.
Phone 4444 23S S. CbmX St
Pugh Buys 3-Acre
Hazel Green Tract
From Ronald Jones
HAZEL. GREEN. April 28 J.
Fred Pngh ' of Labish Center j
bought a tract of three acres ot
Ronald Jones. The property Is
north of George Thatch's farm
and will be cleared by H. G. Pear-
sail, son-in-law of Mr. Pngh.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearsall and chil
dren. Era and Roy Lee, are from
Montana recently. Sam Pace and
family moved from this property
to Brooks district. W ilium Bag-
ley and family, who were camp
ing near the Paces', moved to La- 1
blsh Center to work for Mr.
Hayes. Mrs. Fannie Klbbep moved
into the borne of her son-in-lsw.
George Thatch. Some Filipinos
working for R. Otsukl will live ln
the house vacated by Mrs. Klbbey.
Mrs. Dn Boise who was renting i
rooms at the George Thatch
home, moved to Salem.
SILVERTON, April 28 A
number of new families have reg
istered at the Homeseeker's agen-
ry at snrerton mis week. Among
these are D. D. Woodworth, Mon
rovla, California; Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Mignat of Los Angeles, and
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bolger and son
ot Yuma, Colorado.
HUBBARD. April 28 The
members of Knights of Pythias
lodge No. 67 will be the guests of
Hermes, lodge No. 56 of Aurora
Friday night to make the ar
rangements for the convention
which will be .held at Indepen
dence May 16.
C. E. OBSERVANCE
HAZEL GREEN. April 28 At
7:30 Sunday, May 1, tb5 local C.
E. will observe the 42 nd anniver
sary of the organization of the C.
E. societies In the United Breth
ren church. Iola Lackey, presi
dent of C. E., will give report of
state convention at Portland.
TEACHER HAS MUMPS
CENTRAL HOWELL, April 28
Miss Torhild BrautL primary
teacher here contracted the
mumps and was unable to come
to schoo Tnesday. Mrs. Wells, a
Sllrerton .substitute teacher Is
taking her place.
GIRL TO STEWARTS
'HUBBARD, April 28 Born to
Mr.' and Mrs. Ivan Stewart at the
Salem General hospital April 27.
a girl, weight seven pounds, who
has been named Bonnie Belle.
of Her Labor
S Irrs dollars trTT II r"j - -
n TflXXJGHhJUTS I . J I BARELV T
- 'EM TOO BAUGHTER?) I jpf . - iV TOP OF 2
DEEP'r-T ' yrt m THECANiy
Local Kiltie Band ;
" INi)EPENT)ENpE, April II
The Kllte hand ot ' Salem was
highly appreciated by the large
nMltP nf Hrlrf . WAllnwa anf iK.
bekans gathered In the LO.0.F,
hall Tnesday night te celebrate
the lllth- annlTeraarr of Odd
FeUowshlp. The address ot wel-j
eorae was giren by B. 1. Swopel
and the band entertained witl
musical nnmbers, readings and :
dancing stunts. '
The program' was followed by!
a bano.net at which eorers were
placed tor 135 persons.
Mrs. Lottie Mcintosh, worthy
matron, of Ada chapter' O. E. -&.
extended birthday greetings aa st
courtesy et the lodge member to
Mrs. F. O. Hewett, Mrs. A. w-l
Foster, Mrs. T. D. Pomeroy and
Mrs. Alda ;8mith at a regular I
meeting ot the chapter Tuesday
night in the Masonle halL The
ttaitnitat -taht Ma t nn far nil . h -A
iVVkiwk. - ..v. KMlllan
.1 .. ir . ' r ZZ "71 ,
with lighted caadlea. The ritual-1
Is tie work' was rehearsed for. the
district meeting; te be- held at Dal-1
las. May It at which time four I
chapters,' Amity, Falls. City. Dal
las and-Independence will hold a I
Planned by McKee
Pupils for May 31
usr wuuuounn, Ajni it
Qn May S, the children ot the
laf4ira& mittij1 m af vln a. nnu i
fgram In honor of the mothers ot
line scnooi cQiidren. one or tne
main fMtnrM nf th nrnmm Is
. .niH. nr. in ini i
countries. This pageant, written I
luncnes. inu nageanc. written t
Ibv th nun lis in their sodallsad
fcwwu, la ctevvny Bonn, tut now
re-urganizea pian auoptea oy mis I
aehnnl has trtrnn fh nnnlta mnM
they unaertage and do much more
difficult work alone then linns
than under the old plan. Since
Mrs. Lillian Shaner, the teacher.
rare a talk at Institute In Wood-
burn on this plan and Its results,
(many visitors hare come to see
ino piace m actual pracuce.
Mr. Harold Seely of near Mon-
itor has been elected. to teach the I munity. John Beyer has just corn
Grassy Pond school next year. . I pleted a double garage.
R D Barton RftH Rtirtw mnA
2FSE. ZSWS UUon-
Telephone 4450. R. E. Northnesa
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PSC. Chiropractor
85 N. High. TeL Rea 8573.
DRS. SCO FIELD, Palmer Chiroprac
tors X-ray and N. C M. New Bank
Center St Valeterta Tel 06S5.
Willamette Valley Dyers Expert
aye lng izi cnemeketa. TeL S&fL
CUT flowers, wedding bouquets
ranerai wreaths, decoration a C r.
BrelthauDL. florist. 46S Stats Street.
i tsl io.
ALL kinds of floral work. Luts Fler
1st. 16th ft Market. TeL 8592.
Ol sen Floor Co. TeL till.
BECICE ft HENDRICKS
189 N. High TeL 494T
WILLAMETTE INS AGENCT
Wm. Bllven. Mgr.
Exclusive Buttevllle Agent
318 Masonic Bldg. TeL 7906
.THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WGIDER LAUNDRY
2(8 a High TeL tltl
. CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRY
"We Wash Everything tn Lux"
Telephone 3161 1244 Broadway
Sharpened and repaired. Also trades
H. W. Scott. 14T 8. Coml. Tel. 4 Sri.
Mattresses from factory te home.
New SO lb. mattress 81.00. Reno rat
ora and' fum I gators. Capital Bedding
Co. TeL 4049. 8020 North CapitoL
New mattress made to order, old
mattress remade r carpet cleaning, su
ing; fluff rug weaving. Salem Fluff
Kug - Mattress -Factory, s. Iitn ft
Wilbur. TeL 34 4 L- Otto F. Z wicker.
Est. 1911.- . -
STATE GOVERNED FROM AIR. f
O" " " ' " . o
With his recent tssemt te
CeL Reserto Fierra, the Llaahergh
t amine hie prowess in taa air to
Seldoai eat of his new 200 mils
star at a rime ul i-iorra la large
- - - - , ,v" .tw tv. -ii -Lui. I I.
ths United Statoa and olserwara
csMsidnrahla aatomt tho fntmra
progress ta aviation.
He sees the
administration) ef internal affaire
accessible country, Vet playing a big part fa creating a warmer bend
between Mexico and Its eigkhers. CeL Fierro reeoatly organixod
Mexico's First flying school and already has aa enrollment ef twenty
Walt Hughs, carpenter, has as-
I sisted the Rleger Bros. In build-
Ing a hollow-tile cellar on the lat
ter's place. This makes two hoi-
low-tile structures in .this eom-
GEO C WILL Pianos. Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studies. Repairing phono
graph and sewing machlnea 433
state Krreet. Salem.
PLUMBING and BEATING
work. Uraber Bros,
16S so. Liberty
PHONE CLENN ADAMS for house
decorating, paper hanging, tlntlag.
etr. Keiinrwe wvtrirmsn
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pampn
lets, programs, books or sny kind of
printing, call The Statesman Print
Ing Department 215 S Commercial
FOR every purpose, for every purse
ah standard sises of Radio Tubes
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP. S4T
Court ft Te!
STOVES and stove repairing; Stores
tor sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, hop baskets, hooks, togan hooka,
Salem Fence and 8tove Works, 343
Chemeketa Tel 4774
R B Fleming
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 226
State St. TeL 7778. .Distributing, for-
waraing ana storage our specialty
uei our rates.
FOR local or distant transfer stor
age, call 3181 Larraer Transfer Co.
thicks tn PBrtIn1 dally.
Rented, sold and repaired. Easy.
A. B. C Maytag. Conlon. Meadows
and Automatic. 815 and up.
W. C MANGUM. Manager
339 N. High TeL 6022
BECKE A HENDRICKS
ISf N. High Tel 44T
a M. EARLB
224 N. High St.
304-1 First NsL Bk. Bldg. TeL TI07
' J F. ULRICH
328 State Street TeL 8673
HOMER D FOSTER REALTY CO.
870 Vt State St TeL 78231
W. H. URABENHORST CO.
134 a Liberty SU TeL 6468
By CLIFF STERRETT
the gevernorahrn of Chihashsja,
of Mexle, is Vmsy theee days'
tho bemotit ! bis feUew cttisen.
pec hear alrplaae fee
measure u conanenns tne aiisurs or
for his aerial exploits, fools that to
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of Mexico) is intertwined with it
alrplaae aiding not only In the
la thar ragged and off times in
GUESTS OF APPLEWHITE
KINGWOOD. Apr. Over
night guests Monday ot Mr. and
Mrs. Avery L. Applewhite were
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwara worthing-
ton and son Benjamin, brother-
in-law. sister and nephew of Mr.
Applewhite. The Worthlngtons
were on their way from their for
mer location at Bandon to Ocean
side, Wash., where they will make
their home. Tuesday night visit
ors at the Applewhite home were
Mrs. Lyle Jones and her daugh
ters, Barel and Bethiah of Sheri
VISIT MRS. DOTY
TALBOT. April 28 Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Doty ot Kelso, Wash.,
spent the weekend at the home of
tbelr mother, Mrs. Helen Daly.
They were on their wsy to Klam
ath. Falls, where they are looking
for a place to locate.
Cross -Word Puzzle
By EUGENE SHEFFER
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28 21 30 31 32
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11 tnonth in
15 to place
17 the self
18 note or
a bugle ..
; 19 on the top
? 21 morsel
; dipped In
24 scraped ;
7 bird of
48 turn a
54 capital ef
. , .the Indian
Herewith is the solution to yes
of ihe ;
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Rites set - for ; Quail. Mrs. ?
Chapman, Mrs. Voegle
And Farmer0 -
SILVERTON, April 28 Fan- j
era! serrlces for Andrew QaalL :
75. who died at the Coffey hospi
tal at Portland Thursday morning t
will be held from Xmmanuet J
church Saturday afternoon at S :
o'clock with Larson Son In i
charge. Interment wftl be made
at Evans Valley.
Mr. Quail was born In Norway '
bnt came to Sllrerton IS years ;
ago. Until about IS years age he
farmed In the TidBity of Silver- ,
ton.' He has been at the Coffey
hospital since the 8 th or last De-
comber. Mrs. Quail died a great )
number of years ago. He ts sur
vived by the following jchlldren.S
Carl Quail of MUwsukle, Nona '
Sterile and Marie Lamfrom - ot.f
Portland; George Quail ? ot Eu-( .
reaeC Andrew Quail ot McMJnn-.
yflle. Emily Fsnrue and Myrtle
Lorehxon of Sllrerton. He also,
Is survived by two half brothers.
Chris Quail ot snrerton and Joe
Quail ot Portland.-
htra. A. B. Cbaptaaa -,
Funeral services for Mrs. A. B.
Chapman, who was killed here
Monday when her car ran ever
her and pinned her down, will be
held from the Jack and Ekmaa
Funeral Home Friday at 8: St
o'clock with the Rev. W. O. Liv
ingstone officiating. The body
will be shipped to York, Nebraska,
Funeral services for John -Farmer
who died east 'of Monitor
Tuesday night will be held from
the Jack A- Ekmsn Funeral Home
Saturday afternoon at 1:30 with
interment st Simmons cemetery. .
Mrs. Fraala Vocgle
Funeral serrlces tor Mrs. Ursu
la Voegle. 18. who died near Stay
ton Wednesday, will be held Fri
day afternoon at 1:80 from the
Meridian Lutheran church east ot
snvarton. Interment will be mad
ln . Meridian cemetery. Ar-
rangements are ln charge of Jack
Mrs. Voegle was born in Swit
zerland bat has lived ln Oregon
for 58 years. She Is survived by
her daughter, Mrs. Jacob Werner
and one son, Jake Voegle, both of
WHITES BUT PLACE
KINGWOOD. April 28 Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. White, formerly of Sa- -lem
hare purchased and are liv
ing on the one acre tract on Cas
cade Drive formerly owned by
Mrs. Ethel I. Steward. The Whites
hare moved and are repairing the
small dwelling on the place. There
are four children la the family.
57 to this
ins: to a
2 that may
creased 8 towards
4 piece out
C letter ef
8 rate ef
9 Greek god:
10 love te
13 stake '
22- -called by a
23 venomous :
25 supposed ;
. mother of ;
28 city in
29 ascend ;
82 cats 9-
89 human; -
. 48 ruler in
, . countries
tion , !
53 note of the
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