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FOR SAL Miscellaneous
FOR SALE OM twarra ia? a ban
Ale Statesman office.
Xlxeellent Concord Sweet "Water
rrapa Stoddard, 1 mL on Wallace
RoimL 1 -
I"reh dally, California Zihflndell.
Orcroa Concord- and , Sweet Water
grape juice. Puritan -Cider Works,
West Salem. , -,
Apples 15c, 23 1C 8. Cottage, i . '
aaaaaaEaMaaEli"1, ' mwm mmmm itmm1
-Eihropahlre rams, 1 and 2 yr. old for
aali jcheap. C F, Htln; AumsvIUe, Ore
gOSi. . - ' U ,"..
I'emala colli. Mrs. E. Krebs, Kt. X
line Acawam rrapea cheap. Pick
them yourself. Bring containers. Phono
llano aala In full swing; at Tall
mans; Osed pianos. 35, S0, $65, $87,
115. Sasy pavmenta, tii . a 12th,
naar a P. depot.
. 1X)H SALE Or trade, water proof
and dust proof. J-wheel trailer. 2460
t rear doors, complete, '25 Dodge
sedan, t rear fenders, 2 rear side
glassea, and cushions. R. S, Bx. 162.
Sampson tractor. In rood condition.
OHrer tractor Uw, 2 bottom, 14-lnch,
1 wood saw, 1 feed chopper. R. 6, Bx.
' I-flece tapestry Uvlng room set, $15.
caii alter a p. m-, xv uiu.
fU-U.lL-lJJLTT f "
. Fine Quality green walnuts, 12c
pound call 14FS.
irxjk ii rxrLrxrL ii uiinr -.mrnjjuxjxrui.r r i " -
Good piano $85 and other household
articles, 1620 State St
All kinds of rifles, pistols, shotguns,
eld gold nd Jewelry. Condition no ob
ject. Name your ptica.
REINER'S EXCHANGtl .
j 150 M Commercial
W ANTED Used pianos, ta ex
Chance radios, phooocrapha, or fur
nltur. H L. 8tlft Furniture Compaay
W1H pay cash for used furniture and
-range. Tel 6715.
- Kodak prints I for 2Se and op at
Skew! over Penney s store.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Rooms, 595 Court StJ TeL - 450S.
ROOM AND BOARD
B-R. Prlv. home. $20. 275 N. 14th.
Board, room, day, week or month,
1547 Court St, phone 7882.
Room and board. Tel. 4375.
Room and board for 1 or 2 persons
la modern horns near state buildings.
Quiet, weir heated, excellent meals,
$30. Box- 89, Statesman.
Board, rm., steam beat, $20 up. Tet
Large room, twin beda Tel. 6317.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Patten apartments downtown. Call
Peyton's book store.
Close In modern steam heated anta
at special low winter rates. Phone
' Apt. Garage. $12.50. 891 N. ComX
.'.Lovely court bung-alow-furnished,
fireplace, hdw. fir a., garage, elec
range, $20. Phone 5164.
; Lordly apts. TeL 6294. 1530 Center.
Furn. apt. close In, 255 Division.
Clean, reduced fur. and unfur. Ph.
T226. 4 .
- Prescott apta, 8 rma, well-furnish
ed, private bath, rurnace neat, garage.
$20. 1064 Oak St
. - Well furnished 2-room apartment
Cute apt, heated, $12. TeL 6294.
2 room furn. apt, 256 Center.
FOR RENT HOUSES
- rnm.' and unfurar house a - R. A.
Porkner. 1610 N. Cot tag. TeL 3031.
i 6 room house. 2345 State St. stoves
and beds. $1 mo. Inquire 265 center.
' SIB rents B rma at 1025 N. 22nd.
furnace, 2 lots, chicken house, lots of
fruit and nuts. '
$20, 6 rma at 2060 a Church, mod
.' $20, 4 rma and floored' attic, mod
ern, at 875 Jadaon.
i 6:0, 6 rma and attle. 422 R. 23rd.
, WINNIE PETTTJOHN ,
. - 175 South High Street
"l a house nicely famished, suit
able for two families. $22-60. Phone
FOR RENT 10 er 15 acres of sum
mer fallow. Cecil Sargent, Rt 3, Box
233. Half mue from Uberry.
POLLY AND HER
THE 1 3 GONNA RUN CAV V'THINkK k (aNSvGlf) I
$ (JISJZJJ FER SEMAHDR T 3 1 CSQiSAMaQT) P A SILK HAT X - I'
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for errpra which may ap
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lished in its columns, and '
in cases where this paper la
at: fa hit',; will reprint that
part' of an advertisement, in
which the" typographical
mistake occurs. :
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the right to reject objee-
tlonal advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
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FOR RENT j
FOR RENT 5 acre fruit tract, 8
miUM .with of Salem in liberty dis
trict, rood t room house on place.
V f f and wring, small bam
and chicken house. Cheap rent to a re
sponsible, party. Phone 9341.
FOR SALE- Real Estate
WW MM. Jxi y,m WIWWW,
. aeiwl-moderti horns surrounded
J.tifl .hads1 aTounda. fruit,
nuts, herrtea, trap arbor and rar
l,,,?.oom rPac, basement,
lot 120x135, garasa. Near Junior high
and grammar schools. Pared street,
nice view. IJ5I0, Urma, mlt accept
soma carwnter work desL Owner
?65 Reral avenue, phone ,8834.
Ina filberts 8 to IS yrs. old, 2 A. cher
ries Just coming- Into bearing. This
paid tH en $4000 la t year
t WONDERFUL B ARQA INS
la homes. New strictly modern Eng
lish type, most ideal location, forced
to sell. $7500 bom for $5500, terms
others to suit the laboring; man. Good
hornet for $1000 $300 $600. Why
V flJIir A - MMn knli.. .n .
paved street, sidewalks, several fruit
trees large lot, for only $600.00 oa
340 acre stock ranch; 9 room house.
Brand lurna It inri. tm.ki.
- -' . -.auw.V, 1UUI1IIIS
watr ffood road, -will exchange for
A 2TtVs4 Eft Ar fA6fm ra ! ImnMrnal
wm( aa v v
ments, running stream, some timber, 30
acres under enlttratlnn fM.mi li
McGrLCHRTST ft PENNINGTON
209-10 U. & Nat'L Bank Bide.
fitml ft n IWkMIA M, - , -.
- - -ww muv vm& tvm
Must selL Wtlulli g.
er. 1985 State Street
THREE WONDERFUL BUTS
WHY HEVTf Ti Mn Ktiv .
room eottan. nartlv fnrnl,ht h.
only $400. Let us show you.
Canitol atref hnm ntd hntioa larva
lot 61x150 ft, street and alley paved
ana paia. iuu price only $1170, part
plumbing, electrie lights, street' paved
and. walks In,- two lota. Price $1250,
ifbi l urun anti purcnaser 10 assume
balance on paving not to exceed $75.
LEO Nl childs r.n . T?aitnra
220 State Street Phone 6708.
Sacrifice price In a t room home, mod
ern m .very way ana micelt FUR
NISHED, mrerntaffol ifumnnnrt mrxA
chairs, ptano, electrie range, rugs, din
ing nmn ' iwrniiurew- everyuung goes
An attractive 4 room bungalow ta
bus Una and paving pd. $1460. -
275 State Street Phone 796
EXCHANGE Real Estate
20 acre farm stocked and equipped,
good room house, lanre barn, fine
soli, family orchard, close to school
and paved highway. Stock consists of
t cows, 2 heifers, g mules, 25 hogviO
turkeys, 120 hena Full set of farm im
plements. Priced very low at 25000. or
will accept good home In Salem for
SEE Mrs. Ellis with
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
220 State Street . " Phone 0708.
WANTED GAS STATION-
31-acres good Howell Prairie soO.
Most an In cult Modern 5 R. bouse.
bath, toilet and eta Large poultry
house, barn, electrie light and water
system. Only 7-milea of Salem. Waste
to trade for good gas station or camp
JAMES D. SEARS (Realtor)
132 8. High Street
Salem property to trade for coast
property, ill & 18th.
t A. mi. from Salem. Unimproved,
Will trade for property In town.
66 A. 4 R. house, large chicken
house, garage, electricity. $2500, $500
142 X 60 A. in cultivation, fine new
barn, spring, bouse. 340 per acre.
R. A. FORKNER
1610 N. Cottage Tet 8031
FOR SALE FARMS
A RANCH YOU WOULD LIKE
100-A. dairy ranch, all cult, 25-A.
clover, alfalfa, modern 6-R. house,
17 stanchions, cow barn, milk bouse.
(B grade), poultry house, preesuro
water system. 5-reg. Jersey cows, bull,
team, and all r farm machinery' and
tools priced tor quick sale at $S750.oo
for all. $3000 down.
25-A. HOP LAND. $1700.
Good bottom soil, 23-A. cult, small
house and barn, dandy hop arid gar
. . r, J. D. SEARS, Realtor i:
1132 South High -
8 aood. 20 acre tracts and a ! good
18 acre tract. An reasonably priced
with terms as desired. See me about
these places today, -
H, C SHIELDS " '
Oreron Bldg. TeL 6902
WANTED REAL r ESTATE
f WANT jRnaJL with or without equip
ment, farm near -Hal em. Must be bar
gauv Describe fully. 430 V St, San
WANTED REAL ESTATE
WANT RANCH SYra rtksrt niA-
1522 12th A-re.. San FranHsco. CaL
.Here's your cliance. Get that room-Iny-honse
now, -paying 860 per month,
ir nmranea p $6,000. wm assume
$3500 on farau ; - --. . -c .
, -. . H. C SHIELDS ' 'i.'-. '
Orgg-an Bldif, Salem, Oregon
. MONEV TO LOAN
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries
or otner rood 'security Repayable
monthly, i. Whew, m financial aeed see
us before cloaint a loan. . -
v . GENERAL INVKSTMENT
- - CORPORATION '
First' National (tank Bldg. Phone 1512.
w ......... 1-i-i-in.riri.i uui.iiil.
'Bells of Hannony
Heard ever ROIN dally
ring out a loan service that
- la really., really differraU '
TOO GET "THE PTJLL ' "''
- amount ok loan
in cash - '
: onlt lawful interest
quick and courteous service
r ON LOANS $10. to $200 ' . ?
I Beneficial Loan
i -; : ' ''' l" . ' Society. :" :'r'C S;
' ;' OF SALEM ' .-
Room II 9 New Bllgh Bldg. 2narPJeor
LICENSED BT STATE 7
$11 SUte St Tel. 2-T-4-I
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT X3AN3
..STATE. LOAN COMPANt
isJlxrS?W!aXmn' ln Fleer.
Office hra. l:Oe A. M. to 6:30 p. tt
Telephone 7783. SUte license No.
"wnci uiancu UN AUTOS
'- Arrange to reduca yeut payments :
. Too keep the car
.P. A, EIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
Phone 4733 Salem. Or
LIVESTOCK' . and POULTRY
Old anA mpfM.n Iuh. nM
.mm wim cbuto cor.
Phone 4869, .
FOR 8ATJRnwva n
- BiWBW WWW. UT1
head of registered Dorset will aaJL
e wni trade ewes for good esed trao
tor. J U RODGERS, Scla, phone 465.
FOR SAT.TS fwvf KTaV
and 1400, past 10 years, gentle and
hub, wiip Harness sue. will take
fresh cow, or feeder ptgm Ceeft Sar-
" r , vu linn UU1
FOR SALE WOOD
.,..-.----. 1 -LTLTU--r
Call Baggie for dry fir. oak, ash
and maple. Reasonable prices. Phone
" - -)- nn rt.njT.ru '-TLTiru-
GUiniMTRRn no? i
..WW. aw rum
.,--.. . - - -nnru'ijxrui
DRT FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
rid fuel oil Call on us for prices, We
s;le good measure, good quality and
I.ARMER TRANSFER STORAGff
reioonone I ill
10 ' - - - -,r,n nKfJ
fjia nr. is in. S4.50. TeL 7800.
shavings. Tel. 8932.
LOST AND FOUND
- - riru-um
TjTiSTmJtwnmn vsrHsk An, w-,.- -e
on ears, name Rex. Return tTOI
LOST Mssh bag. ' Keepsake. " Re
FOR SALE USED CARS
SPECIAL SALE ,
d SALEM USED CAR CENTER,
OPERATED BT VALLET MOTOR CO
1928 Bulck Standard Coupe $255.00
1828 Bulck Standard Coupe 140.00
1885 Bulck 4. Pasa Coupe i 125.00
1928 Chrysler 72 Sedan. 33 11a 365.00
1930 ChevmUt 53oHon
1930 Chevrolet Coach
1929 Chevrolet Sedan
1938 Chevrolet' Roadster .
193T Dodgo Coupe
1931 Ford Cabriolet
1931 Ford Coupe .
1980 Ford Coupe
1920 Ford Sedan
1929 Ford Coupe
1924 Ford Sedan '23 He.
1926 Ford Tudor, '23 lie.
1924 Ford Conn J9 1l
1925 Nash Hoaph. 'it li
1925 Oakland rVia " II.
1929 Plymouth Sedan, '22 lie 145ioo
tBH C. . . , m, . ....
ii oiuueraner lour, a lie ts.QV
- TERMS TRADES
x Jim r CharHe '
Phone 7910 Marlon A Liberty Streets
For your old or wrecked ear. Save
50 to 75 on all parts.
HI-WAT AUTO .WRECKING COL
2871 Portland Road, Alongside of
Valley Packing Co.
McKay's used cars
with an o. jc. that counts
25 Overland Touring L$ 25.00
27 Paige Coach 95.00
'28 Durant Coach '33 license 165.00
31 Ford Victoria, '38 license - 265.00
'30 Stude Sedan '33 -license 435.00
'33 Plymouth Sedan '33 license 550.00
'26 Graham Truck '33 license 195.00
2 8 -Coupe IT 5. 09
'29 Coach '23 license 285.00
'30 Coach '38 license 845.00
31 Coach '33 license 445.00
31 Sedan '33 license , 486.00
'30, Sport Roadster, '83 license, -,
wind wings, fog light, wire
s: wheels and other acees)
j -orlea 250.00
Ws pay cash for late medal light
a sea cars. t .-
McKAT CHEVROLET CO.'
333 Center Phone 3180 430 V. CWl
HELPERS MEET THURSDAY
BRUSH COLLEGE, Oct. It-
The Brush College Helpers will
hold the first meettas; of the seas
on Thnrsday, October. II. at the
homo of the president, Mrs. Oliver
Whitney. - r :
Fire Chief Resignation Still
Before ' Council; Heltzel .' ,
. Is Attorney
JEFFERSON, Oct. It.:' City
council met: la regular - session
Monday, night with all members
present, A communication from
the state highway, commission, In
regard, to laying a pipe across the
bridge, was read and placed on
A - communication from , Salem
lawyers In regard to library fund
was taken tip, and motion to draw
warrant. , for -one-half . of the
amount allotted, failed to pass,
and was declared out of order.
All bills approved by the finance
committee .were ordered paid.
. The street committee, reported
o the street east of the railroad
track, and were ordered to make
it passable and satisfactory to Mr.
Lines, who is building a house la
that part of town. h
f John Heltzel was elected city
attorney to fill out the -term-of
James O. HeltteL ' 4
The budget committee appoint
ed to meet .with the council Octo
ber 2 f is as follows:. J.T. Jcmes.
Dr. J. O. Van "Winkle, Fred Barna,
J. O. Fontaine, Mrs. Edna Allen
and K. S. Thurston. .
Knight spoke f the, matter of
the well and equipment across the
river, and es motion the light and
water committee were ordered to
proceed with the) work.
The matter of the curfew ordin
ance, was taken up and on motion
the marshal was ordered to ring
the bell at t o'clock beginning
Monday, October 17.
The) zaatter of the resignation
of the fire chief was held for fu
SAT. KM HEIGHTS. Oct It.
Thursday night, October .11, At
7:30 the Boy Scouts will assemble
for the first meeting this year at
the community hall. An scout
members hare been notified to be
on hand for this meeting and to
bring prospective scouts with
them. On account or many new
people coming to Salem Heights
the past summer It Is expected
that the scout troop here will be
E. J. Church, former scoutmas
ter, whose business has taken him
from Salem, will be succeeded by
Harrey E. Pruitt O. P. West,
chief scout executive, win be pres
ent to help the new scoutmaster
get started In organization.
C. W. Bartlett, who headed the
troop two years ago, announces
that it will behoove the boys to
be on deck as he Is making prep
arations for an Indoor, wiener
roast and other forms of enter
tainment for this first meeting.
OF PEDEE P.T.I
PEDEE, Oct. It. The local
P. T. A. met at the echoolhouse
Friday night for the first meet
ing of the year. During the busi
ness meeting Mrs. Frank Sheythe
was reelected president, Gus Johns
was elected vice-president and
Mrs. Richard Van Den Bash, secretary-
The clerks from districts
68, 5 and anion high school gave
a report on the budgets for their
Th Christian Endeavor held f
business meeting at the school
house Saturday night. Plans were
made for the county convention to
be held here November 1. This
is te be an all-day .meeting with
a banquet in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Glen Brady
and son William and Marie Ross
motored to Ellwood Sunday. Mr.
Brady, preaches there two San
days each month. In the afternoon
Mr. Brady presided at a wedding
there. - - -
Rer. and Mrs. Fogg, Mrs. Mollle
Lacy and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Kearns and family motored to
Ward to visit the Jim SIddal fam
PIHLLrPS TO WALDPORT
MEHAMA, Oct. It. Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton Phillips and small
daughter, Beverly Ann, accompan
ied b? Mrs. Rlllie Wilson, left
Sunday afternoon for Waldport.
They will be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Desmond Fulp for a
CTUB TO MEET;
RICKEY, Oct. It. Tho Rickey
Sunshine club will hold 1U first
regular meeting; Thursday, Octo-
I her IS, at tho homo of Mrs. C.
PROSPECTS ARE FOR
pm ttctares, tafaa tem asi aJrla&a. hw setae ei the widespread damage aaaaed by a gevere cteod
ThfcP wwJrtaina ee? wrttMra Calif scala. Whesi the wall ef water swewt eve Cafiemte,
JKeB Cofjer, Wewthira Paelfle talegnpter, and her t-yearU sdeee were carried away. Tracks,
6sl beJMlnrs were dfrSalUhed, The tmset shews all that was fact ef Weodierd. where
freight trala was ten apart, a trestle washed away and the service stattea ewaed by Peter Kaad
ue, am, jug wtxe
sae natfsi smi
SILVER TON, Oct. It. Mem
bers of the utility commissi on, the
county court, a representative of
the Southern Pacific company aad
George Hubbs, representing two:
road districts meet.at the city hall
Tuesday afternoon for a hearing.
For some time an endeavor has
been made to build .a road from
Jefferson street across tho Sec
ond street market road and on
toward -the Brandt place.. This
would car people living. west of
tho crossing a good deal of -dis
tance. Tho road is there bow but
it la not graveled and permission
hag to bo secured from the rail
road to have a county road cross
the track. It was for this purpose
the meeting was held Tuesday.
There Is already an open crossing
of the railroad at this place.
R. D Barton BatteHes Startsr aad
generator work, 646 Chctneketa at,
Telephone 4460. R. 23. Northnasa
DR. Ql L. SCOTT, PSC Chlropraeter.
280 K. High. TL Rea 88 T 2.
CUT Cowers, wedding booqnsto
funeral wreaths, decorattona OL T.
BreRtoaaDt. florist 68T Court elf set.
ALL kinds of floral werk. Luts FIer
Ut. 16th A Market TeL 0332.
Olaen Floor Ce. TeL lilt.
- - BBCKX HENDRICKS
181 N. High TeL 4112
THTI NEW 8 A LIS M LAUNDRY
THE VnCTDER LAUNDRY
2(2 B. High TeL 8121
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
"We Wash Brsrytblng in Lux"
Telephone 2166 1264 Broadway
Sharpened and repaired. Alse trades
ft W. Scott MT 8 CoWL T-L 4810.
Mattressss ' from factory to noma.
Spring mattress - 38.00, - Renovat
ra and fumlf atora Capital Bad ding
Co. TeL 4060 8030 North CapiteL
New ma tires maee.te order, eld
mattress remade l carpet eleaalng. als
tn ; flaff rug wearing. 8a Uai Fluff
Rug Mattress Factory, a 11th 4t
Wilbur. TeL 644L Otto I. Zwlcker.
Miisic stor& ;
' OBOt -C WILL Pianos, Phone
graphs sewing wsaeutassv sheet eauste.
Ji plan stud Us. Repairing phoo
graph aad - aswlss) snaebjpea, 42
SLaU SJlreeU Baism, .
DEC 3 D ID I H
and child were killed, aad tt was feared
eJaaJtew tratsa aha alarm
Whether or . not permission . wfU
be ranted will bo announced lat
er. The two districts to care for the
road, should the permission be
granted so that the county could
go ahead with Improvements, are
district It, in charge of Fred Wo
rn ack, and district 66, In charge of
E. Z. Kaufman.
:; Meet Today; Paper;
. At School Planned
WEST STATTON, Oct. It.
Tho first meeting of the women of
tho Growers' club will bo held at
tho Dorley office Thursday after
The. school children are all en
thused about their English work
this year, as they are going to
have a school ' paper called the
Chatter-Box. Each pupil is busy
writing items in competition for
"prtntery. This will be carried
on principally id the sixth grade.
Plana tn struct loo 3 Sc. One free las
sow. ItirH Cree. 1TT6 Front Ft
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine C.
Roars Toes, and Sat I to I a m. 141
N. O immerelaL
PLUMBING and HEATING
PTTTVf Rtrari ui hkmI faml,
wwk. Orabae Bree. 166 6a Liberty
rOR STATION sTRY, emrds, pampe
leta, erograma hooka ee any kind si
printing, call The Statesman Prtat
Ing Department til 8t Commercial
STOVES and stove repairing. Stores
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. AH
kinds ef woven wire fence, fancy and
glaln, bop baskets, hooka, logan becks,
slera Pence and Stove Works, 368
Phemefceta Tel 4TT4 R S PlenMnej.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Ox 221
SUte 8t TeL TT72- Distrlbuttng, for
warding and ataran nor nHtiM
FOR local er distant tranafer eteev
age, call 2131 Larmer Transfer Ca
fnwfca PfHatwl dufly.
AH Ma-s -
Rented, sold and iired. Easy.
A. R C, Marts. Cot. :.,n. Ueadowe
and AutMnatta. 811 ami an. -
Hoaa BRos. i
W. C HXNQXJM. Uans
232 N. High
: BCCKS A BXKDRJCITS s"
l It. High TeV 6341
311 N. Blaw Bt TT
BOCOLDPSBTT A SON
804-t tlm !at Bk. Bldg. TeL ttOf
J. F. ULRJCa . "
UI Btata Street ". raL ItTI
HOMER D FOaTHLH R1LALTT m
riOH state 8t . Tal tilt
w. n. wiyoiaiBnn ei VIA
186 & Liberty St TeL44l2
By CLIFF STERRETT
BY FLOOD f
thai tt ItlaeraaU
Farm Residence is
Destroyed by Fire
: TALBOT, Oct. 12. Fire of un
known origin completely destroy
ed tho house of If r. and Mrs. Del
mer Darldsoa Tuesday while they
were at Jeff ersen attending lodge.
a. neighbor boy passing by discov
ered tho fire and rushed in and
tared a few pieces ot furniture
and bedding. The rest ot the con-
ten ta were lost.
A small amount of insurance
was carried on the building. The
Darldsoa home la located Three-
quarters ot a mile west of Talbot.
SERVICES TO COXTIXTJE
ELDRIEDGE. Oct. 12 Thirty-
four members of the Sunday
school heard a talk Sunday by O
B. Severson of Ifonmouth.
Mr. 8ererson will continue his
serrkes for each Sunday at 11:00
a. m. for an Indefinite time.
Cross - Word Puzzle
1 What Mythical esatiasat was
eiipsjssd te have) beesi aagalfsd
hj tkm AUaaatis Ocean?
S By What aasae are a grotty ef
Mfitieias tnew who forsa to
' totter special iatareeta?
11 What asciaat Roaaam praviace
Is tko sa s Jens Bolgaria aad
SarvUT . t
15 Let it standi (printing)
17 What Is tha priacinal pahUs
peesecotor iw Scetlaad called I
IS Befit i
19 Girl's name
tO Hostelry .-
tl Made Into a law agala .
SS By - - . v
IS Dewghve is the chief tvwa om
: what talajael to tho Irish Seat
IsUof t :. :r.
14 Signs ,
X3 One twentieth ef a shekel ,
tl Far advanced in We --. ' '
12 Who' waa tha daoghe f
Jasaos U aad wifa of WUSaas
i 111, who roigaod Jaiatlr with
WUs? - .
SS Part of "U be
9S What Cslei " Aagw-tULaa
aeisic was tho first EmI
Iramalatee of tho whaU
ts Ottxich-llka bird
What' Aaaorieoa hmaaatrlat Is
- tol few, kla . Fableo ha
d A bearing, in the form of a fillet
41 loat SUac U tho klghaaOyak
s of what rawesao seetsla
l4-Kota of tho tmrglcaT scale -4S-Ono
of a Caalie tribo -4S-0g02oed
' J.-U .l?
4 f-LWeVf axtad dlTin4t b Ws - -:
49- -A seething applkaliosu ? ;
50 What ASsaricao stateosaao was
' , Vae-rraeideaJI of the CoafaeU
,v ae-au Suteaf
$ j ; 7. " VfimcAE v v jy: i
s;l What MtaHl aviatria: tweemtly
I received the DUtiarnUhed
; ' Flyiag Croee frosa Vkey-Preel
deat ' Cart is ta Loe Aagelee,
t taUIaroiaT Elareert.
j S--What la the capital f"OmUri
piwviaeo. tanaelaZ ;
: To gal knowledge ef
I' 12 13 14 I
n r nrfr
wWi - W
SSs uC 'SSJ Li -I 1 1 Q
m 1 mn 11 111 J
SILVERTO. Oct- 1 . Tha
Smith-Hughes stock Judging team
for the Pacific International Una-
stock Exposition has been select-
ed - from the SIlrartaB. rmnn
Those announced for the team are 1
ueraie Oaa, Fred Schmidt, Carl
Loron and Harlan Loe as an al- -
tern at a. Tha bora and their in.
structor wlU go up Friday and aU ,
tena ino state meeting of Future
Farmers ef America Friday night. .
ioe juagiag contest Saturday
morning and the annual banquet '
Besides the Indrinr turn tnnr '
other boyg will go Saturday. They
are Harry Way. Tom Miller. Her
bert Jones aad Elmer ThonnMii.
Still others may join the group
oaiuruay morning. , .
Tuesday tho rural engineering
class of the fimith-Hnrha rfonart. "
meat at SUrertoa motored out to
the James Underwood farm la tha
SUrertoa Hills district aad in
spected the (hsr pitting of stamps. .
This is Mr. Underwood's method
of burning clearing stumps from '.
land. He ernlalaed ta th Knew :
that, la lis opinion, it has many '
aarantages, perhaps chief among -these
that It eaves the anrfmea soil . -
as dynamite does not.
Bethel School is
In Fine' Financial
Shape, is Report
CXTHEL. Oct. 12 There was
largo attendance of taxpayers
at the Meeting Monday Bight at
tho sehooLiThla waa tho budget
meeting. Money was allowed saf
tlcleat to conduct the school 'in a
good liberal way.
The school district is la good
financial condition. It will only bo
necessary to sell one Interest bear
ing warrant, of less than $500.
payable ta one year, in order to -pay
cash Tor; all of the new im
provements. 8, Hamrlck. chairman of tho
board presided, assisted by Mrs.
Roy E. Marchand. clerk.
GUESTS AT LIX COLX
LINCOLN. Oct. 12. Mrs. Belle
Waterbury and C. E. Smith ot
Portland are house guests this
week at the home of C S. Crangle
of Lincoln. Mrs. Waterbury and
Mr. Crangle are sister and broth
er and C. E. Smith is their
4 Roman bronxe cola
6 A pinch
6 Tantalum: Chemical symbol
7 A silk fabric
8 Wood-boring tool
8Lako Pemtclrtrala la lecatod
la whieh a.f Am II akk. A
10 Ottawa le tho capital of .what
. Dosaiaaaa? . )
11 A aomiU ' '
15 Instituted legal proceedings
16 SalntarJao v
18 Perceives .
19 What aatad volcaoo U located
21 A kind ef dynamite
191.-. f 1 L .
nan sfiua Draaiunr was
ealeovaua tar his traailaUsae
, af Daatat Maarv Fraatela
14 To take out . ? '
t7 To stir - ' '
2 What aaaaaal la CVoaapaekS
Bay. Vlrtiaia, waa tha seaao of
tha daei of tho M. altar aad
Si A rtifieiaHy-ge r inated grain
a , m . 1 . .
45 Total ' -
44 A duster ef fibers occujiiag ia
SBsaaaaaaJ arf ei a1 ae '
4S What specie of laeOaa saaaV
dee ie aaoel to aiaoraa sa slyo
. tag tarbaae red?
48 Which of the a & akW.) Is
- Ofcrhaeeaed rCmmU1
r Herewith Is the solution to .
T-'yeatardsyf Puxxlo.7 ,
jLUlkl .at mm.
a a. i . a a. . r t is Lt- i r . . i . '