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An exp. solicitor, 485 Center Street.
MEN WOMEN 18-56. $105.00 to
$250.09 month. Steady government life
Jobs. Many post-depression vacancies.
Prepare Immediately: Lirt positions
and particular FREE. Write today
sure. Franklin Institute, Dept. 383 G,
Rochester, N. Y. - . "
81:46-13000 TEAR. Government life
lobs. Jeany post-depression vacanciea
Men women. 18-50. Steady work. Lsrt
positions; sample coaching and full
partlcularsT-FREE. Write Immediate
ly -today sure. rBox 1283 O, -care
, Statesman. .,...
HELP WANTED MALE;
Old established manufacturer will
finance responsible man in a perman
ent business. Must .hare A-l referen
ces and car. Starting average ,,M
weekly. Steady increase up to 1100 for
right man. No slack season or lay offs.
Write promptly McCONNON COM
PANT, Dept. B-2I10, Winona, Minne
sota. Distributor for real seller, Box 83,
HELP WANTED FEMALE
1 Good opportunity' tor lady with rar,
that can meet the public, call at 417
Ferry. - -
nrru-ijtrtrirori'- i ae
Earnest worker wanted, man or
woman to distribute religious lltera
mmmnnttr. Steady work.
ciA n.v UNIVERSAL. BIBLE
HOUSE, 1010 Arch St. Philadelphia.
University student' wants to earn
board and room. Experienced to "tore,
garage, construction. Upton Bickford,
Y. M. C. A. -
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SALE 014 para 10. bun
dle. ' Statesman ornce.'
m.. aaia in full swinir - at Tall'
mans. Used pianos, $35. 50,rf3, $87.
$123. Easy paymenta 193 S. 12th,
near & f. aepoi.
l-nn rat.K Ladies brown cress
coat. Urge beaver collar, like ow. : Be
17. Price reasonable. 1080 No. 15th at.
ir.tnv ornamental shrubs, trees,
plants. Geo. Schrelber, 2060 Neb. Ave.
Big blue grapes for sale. Just right
now for jeiiy or juice.
drive out Garden road. R. A. West,
Concord and Sweet Water grape
Stoddard. 1 ml. on vf auace -
nrsnnT! "FARMERS MU
TUAX." Insurance company. Sound and
dependable, low annual cost to farm
ers; See Wm. A. Persey, excluslv 8a
lm unt office 8S7 K. 20th, near
Center. Phone S2S1.
. . . 1 ii II rinr.nn"iinir .
' LADIES full fashioned silk hose,
Mn.re.. 1 Mire tl.OS. tjoatpatd. Sat-
Isfaotlon guaranteed. Economy Hosiery
Cm Asheooro, n.-.
Annie. Evan plaee. miles east
Ralam. Pen road. Tel.- F4 evenings.
-o.4 mAmr naata. trad for gram. W.
E. Miles. Aleea. Ore. -
Ford truck good shape, good rub
ber. Trade for posts or milk
oil Enrr.nt. near luoerxr. w o,.
FOR SALE Team black horses,
with harness. Price $120. Will take to
cow er pigs.
nrinn rnnl Service corpora-
oQ 1 1 I I "
.tir as nart Ttavment for fine 20
acre tract of land. 13 acres of ymg
Royal Anne . cherry orchard, balance
pMU.ro. Located mile, from Salem.
Price $4,000 Address P. a Box
R04. Palem. Oregon. - :
.mwwvwri'i'i' - -
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" All kinds of rifles, pistols, shotguns,
eld gold -ad Jewelry. Condition no
lact. nun roar iinwv
ISO N. Commercial
. j-.-. an -i
a . uwn ITal Mual IB X-
change ra radios, phonograph, or far'
.Vturi H L Stiff Fwmlfure Comtmat
--inn nnnrrrrri- - . . mm
wanted Up t two tons
bean a Phone 1023 evenings.
Old and worthless horses. Tel. 4t.
'; . MISCELLANEOUS
Kodak prints I for 25 and ep at
Skew la ever Penney 'e store.
efctniin. MtrnmtfiT repair paint.
kaisomlne, . SmaU ; Jobs appreciated.
v.r ii lnanra where strike expect'
-A in 'is dava Xavetitlgate, Box 14
Statesman. - ' ' '. :
FOR RENT ROOMS
Koomfl, S9S Court St TeX 4505.
Sleep, rma reaa. S2S State St. aft .
POLLY AND HER
--jZ . I ITS JUST A. . y - 1 " - V I OK ITS FAR FROM MODERN. UT )
JO - vsS--":' FTOWOP'VOO) PKJI07I DONT') DEAR5BWWI ItSAREWr
no financial responsibility
for errors which, may ap
pear in advertisements pub
liahed in Its columns, and
In cases where this paper is
at fault will reprint that
part of an advertisement in
. which the , typographical
mistake occurs. -.
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject objec
tlonal advertising. It far
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the v proper classification.
FOR RENT ROOMS
FOR RENT Steam 'hmmtm-A
Hot and cold water. Exceptionally low
monthly rate. State Hotel, 478 State
UOOM AND BOARD
Ltxtf toom, twin beds. Tel MIT.
wmw. ........ i-irirL-.-i.-uaA
Heated room, and board. Tel. 4378.
i. .-."n ..i i. i
Room, board, araran. TTrnn. .
In modern home. $27.50. Box
28, Statesman. -
Room and board in
Phone 8588. -
FOR RENT APARTBIENTS
nice rum., apt., 690 union.
'Well' furnished 2 -room r,irtm,n
3261 HaseL Tel. 7664.
. - - - ,-,n nnnjyn nnj-
Patton apartments downtown. nii
Patton'a book store.
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Large duplex apt. 639 Center St.
Furn. apts. Tel. 8294, 1580 Center.
Lovely 1 R. ant GreaOv reduced
rate. 1589 Center.'
4 -rooms vnfurn. with bath, electric
range, frigidalre and garage. Heat fur-
nisnea. zvit Nebraska.
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Heated mod. apt 1335 State.
Close in modern steam heated ante.
at special low winter rates. Phono
Lovelv court buniralow furnlshd.
fireplace, . hdw. . Ore., garage, elec
range, $20. Phone 6164.
aaeeae tmaum Myw---M-y-M-lj-LjJ-)j-Lj-
Prescott apt.. S rms.. well-furnish
ed, private bath, furnace beat, garage.
2B. in. uax at.
..--. -- -- -- - - - ,-ii-i-inj-u-irLTLn
Small' furn. apt., 658 Center.
FOR RENT HOUSES"
u 88. BUIU UHiUI II. EiVUBJCZv. XU Jk.
Forknef, Hit K. Cottag:. Tel.
tSiM mm, l A c... a. . a
5 R. rood Owaer 1171 N Com'L
? R. moflenl, close In 540 MUL
Unfurnished three room house. Largo
porcn ana sleeping porch. Garage.
urepiace ana furnace. 114.00 Der
montn. me ui Bt Phono
-i ii .1 i --Miiarin.fXi-iruarLn
1150 N. 19th, strictly modern. Apply
f. it. JlL TCI. 9878 Or 7162.
aeojeej m m mm mm mt. MJVr -j
FOR RENT Small modern horn
for two or three furnace, fireplace,
garage. Wry., water heater, coils, etc.,
szf.ee. mentn. immediate possession.
189 North High Street "
Will share sightly furnished homo
with middle aged couple or woman
for my board. Ret required. Write
Mrs. I. Statesman.
Five room unfurnished modern house.
92S N. 6th. Tel. 1425.
Mod. bungalow. 806 K. Cottage.
Ideal for two. See Mrs. Fred Lang,
Box 220, Garden Road.
Mod. t R. boos furn. Water, gar
age. Adults. Something different 346
Large house, well located. Good ia-
come property, pnowe &,
FOR RENT 8 aero trait tract, I
mites soat of Salem in Liberty dis
trict good 6 room house on place.
plastered, well and spring, small barn
and chicken bouse. Cheap rent tosw
poiible party. Phone tiWl.
WANTED TO RENT
Farm stocked and equipped en
share. . W. Magee, Rt 1, Silverton,
Wanted to rent small building for
lunch counter or will buy going bus
iness if reasonable. Box 67, care
Statesman. 6 -
FOR SALE Real Estate
Good semt-modern borne surrounded
by beantiful shaded grounds, fruit,
nuts, berries, grape arbor and gar
dena Six roama fireplace, basement
lot 120x136, garage. Kenr Junior high
and ' grammar' schools, Paved street
nice view. $3560, terma might accept
some carpenter work on deal. Owner
765 Rural avenue, phono 8854.
Wo have a 4 room house, garage,
pared street, sidewalk a several fruit
treea largo lot tor only $600.08 on
easy paymenta ' - - -
849 aero stock ranch. 6 room house,
3 good bants. 90 acres tillable, running
water, good road, will exchange tor
A good (0 acre farm, fair Improve
ments, running stream, some timber, SO
acres under cultivation tor only $2,-600.00.-
McGILCHRIST A PENNINGTON
109-10 U. S. NatT. Bank Bldg.
17 acres, good building site, creek,
4 acres, good buildings, largo fruit
treea tine land, to trade for larger
R. A. FORKNER
1610 K. Cottage . Phono 30SL
FOR SALE Real Estate
Salem property to. trada foe rmarf
property. 71 a ltth. , . .
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; - SPECIAL
' Extra fin T room house em large
corner lot in North ' Salem, walking
distance to school and business dis
trict, beautiful lawn and shroba Priced
low for. few days at $7500. Will accept
smaller bouse or land as -part.
ALSO: f room modem English type
home well located. Owner wants hoine
in Portland. -
SEE Mrs. Ellis with"' - ?
LEO N. CHILD3 CO; Realtors
32State Street , Phone 70t.
' ' A BARGAIN H : ?'"
6 room house, basement furnace, fire
place, east, front corner lot 66x1.12,
paving in and pd-, double garage, a' so
4 room house, bath, lights and garatf,
both for 32000. Take good car ' as
down payment .
T room home in N. Salem,' in good
cdeaiUon, basement, furnace, gars go
and paving pd. $2350.
MELVIN JOHNSON '
275 State Street . Phono 6716.
Toasoas .. n-.iym.fm
90x150 ft creek lot. rood a iwn
house, full basement, furnace, . H
price, some trade. 1986 State.
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LOTS PRICED TO KKIJ.
Good lot E 0x1 00 feet InratmA In
KJngwood Park. 1125.. terma
n. itn st 60x187 feet 8176 Mus
N. Capitol Bt. cor. lot both sta
paved, $875 cash.
tsnaae sc lot 40xo feet, nice trees,
uu., pavement paia.
W. H. GRABENHORST A Ca
134 South Liberty Street
NOW IS THE TIME TO. BUT
696 8. tilt st.
$1000 buys a good i room house with
garage, on paved street Only 83
down, balancV , $10 per month to
- ' 1225 N. -tlst ST.
12659 buys f room homo -with one-
nait acre, nice shade treea paved
street oast front $800 cash, bal
ance years at 7 per cent interest
146 BKLLEVTTra ST
94000 buys an t room brick homa Lo
cated 4 blocks from the buslns
district All nice largo rooms. rt
water heating plant, hardwood
floor a $1000, balance $500 Jr
year, tnieren per cent
1890 MARKET ST.
$2850 buys a Tory attractive modern
4 room home, basement, furnace.
fireplace, hardwood Copra $500
a own win panaie. -
1126 8. WINTER RT.
$1200 buys a S room plastered bunsa-
iow, ooumo garage, very nice jot
wun east front $50 down, balance
ii per month. -
SEE W. H. GRABENHORST OJ-
134 South Liberty Street
' n r LnnrtrLAJiiji
Good 10 room house, oak floors,
fireplace, hot water heat, tile bath
room, corner location. Will accept
smaii rouse as part or assume on
good subdivision tract
see Mra Ellis with
LEO N. CHILDS CO, REALTORS
330 State Street Phone 6708.
Clear Income property at Long
Beacn, -uai., rented ror 388.00; value
$12,000.00: also $4000.00 mortaaira
payable $50.00 a mo. plus i int. to
tal $18,000.00: exchange for clear
farm same valua
S nice acres close to Salem, eloa
lights add water evstem. mndarn
house. 6 rooms unfinished attic moat-
ry in cnerriea Soldiers Bonus loan or
$2650.00; exchange for bouse In Sa
' Stocked and equipped ranch, very
good buildings, lota of wood and wat
er, mortgage $8000.06. Trade equity
ior nouse in saiem.
a M. EARLB
208 No. High Phone 9678.
8 acres on Paclflo highway, wen
onprovea. oaiy szTS0.es.
24 acres good location, small hoase.
lots or rruii. iitee.eo. Terma
J. LINCOLN ELLIS, 462 State Street
FOR SALE Our noma 351 N. Cot
taga Will make price to net 16 per
cent or netter on investment
EXCHANGE Real Estate
A. X bm. oast town, 6 R. hoose,
largo bars and other bnlldlnn. an fa
cult H A. strawberries, family orcb
ara. jtot eaio or root or trade for
4 or 6 R. house. Call at 1046 - H.
. a. ...-.-- -n a 1-i.n.ianjan
47 A. 3 mL from Shsrld&n. Ore. far
aie or traae zor nouse in Bali
lair improvements running
fruit Phono 6268.
Apartment furniture complete, xor
sale or trade for farm equipment or
very reasonable rent on building.
SEE mo about this and any other
trades you might have. My list is com-
H. C SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. TeL 8902.
.... ... -.-,-,-ir-ifvxruxa.fxnjiJxrui
Give us your Portland listmga Wo
specialize in Salem to Portland and
Portland to Salem oxchangea
LEO If. CHlLDa CO., Realtors
320 State Street - Phone 6708.
Modern five room bungalow. weU
located, no encumbrance, to exchange
ror suDuroan noma Box 65, care
WANT SMALLER RANCHES
If-you have a ranch from 10 to 100
L and want a larger one you might
trade lor one of these:
168-acres, large barn, 8 9-A.- of good
river Dottom tana (aitaira or bops)
Kiver and creek on dace.
189-acrea good tmorovementa 130
A. cult, 12-A. timber, trade for small
er place up to 84000.
142-acrea fair improvements, 110-A.
cult, f : A. -of walnuts, . 7-timber,
sprtogarv7ant smaller Dlaca v
160-acres, - good lmprovemonta. .126
cult Take a house In Salem or small
aereago. It you wish to trade your
nouse or your rancn, atzxi .
- sx- J. D. SEARS, Realtor
lis soutn uign street :
WANTED REAL ESTATE
40 acres stocked and equipped. tk
A. alfalfa. 6 A. pasture and timber.
family fruit 6 rm. hoose. furnace.
bath, electricity, class B barn. 66 ton
of hay In barn. $7000, Owner needs
smaller aereago or largo cheap house
:T WINNIE PETTYJOHN
- 175 South High Street
"Days Not Beyond RecalT'
Arrowhead Ssrhra, 8 A. rood ranW. I
llV llMn. .hu n . . I.
?toe.ad. Scotte UiUav J. W. Magee, R. I
FOR SALE lOf acraa. all caa be
pioweo. is muea b. or saiem. sis. tier
crvv weii locaiea, ra goea roao.
W. H. GRABENHORST COL
214 South Liberty Street '
DO NOT PASS THIS UP
28 A. lost outside city, fine I A.
park, about 2 A. garden ground clear
ed, bal, easily cleared, well, some lorn-,
ber, good road, easfly divided, no
trades, snap at $2500. $500 cash, dla-
oouac i or au casn. u
C J. JACKSON, 841 State St
10T acres, well Improved, ftps creek, 1
plenty timber for own use. A bargain
at J SOW. Will trade tor nmaU acre
age or city property.
A strictly modem four room house
and nook, corner lot, streets paved on
rwo sioes ana Data. A sna at suee.
Good Income property.' Will pay forljuarton Liberty Sta,
use lx, ana rurnisn you a name. . xrue
is oiierea far below present . values,
Income 8100 a month. Price 86000. -
A" highly improved dairy ranch. Fine
clover and alfalfa land. Buildings all
nearly now. Gravity, water system,
stlo and everything for a complete
dairy farm. Price $45. per aero. 808
wanted : $3000 loan on good dtylply of the species mentioned in
If you have anything to trade ten
us about it Oh yes, and wo write all
kinds oz Insurance.
J. F. ULRICH COMPANY
326 State Street Tel. 86.78.
BIG MONET ; ' I
changeable ads. Nothing like ft on I
new auvvrusuui tiut wiui ihutuu i
market. First man out earned 8124 I
1 - . - . 1
pany . offers- exclusive advertlsiag
proposition. Unlimited uosslbllltlea
Protected territory. Eerperteace uqneo-
essary. saectno AO-Clock company.
65S West Jackson, Chicago, iu.
MONEY TO LOAN
rKlUNwJlu UMftB I
MADE on furoltura eara smUrfes 1
or other good eectrrlty. Repayable I
monthly. When tn financial need soot
GENERAL INVESTMENT - I
First National Bank Bldg. Phone 8583. i
ptcTmr. ivsra llmuht tiMs 1
STATE LOAN - COMPANY
lit Oraaroti Rulldlna. and Floor.
Office turn 18:00 A MVto 6:30 P. U.
Telephone 7783. State license No.
'Bells of Harmony'
Heard over KOIN daily
ring out a loan service that
ts really. .. really different.
YOU GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS $10 tO 8300
Room 119 New BllgbBldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE -
618 State St - TeL $)--
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce youi payments
You keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St. and Ferry
Phone 4783 Salem. Ore
WANTED Loans on - real estata
81100 and 31300 good security to of
fer. Address P. jl Box, 666, Salem,
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
Buff Orohurtoa eockereta breeatlneri
or meat, see to 91. is. Tel. nni.
FOR SALE WOOD
Old Or 16 la lUt Paoae TS6.
Call Saggle for dry fir. oak, ash
sad mapla Reasonable pricea Phone j
ST IS- I
TeL 600e Si lies Fuel Ca Trada A
Dry wood at Traey'a
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
Sad fuel eO. Call e ee for pricea Wo
give gone eases ere, gooa Quality anu
faARMER TRANSFER STORAGE
M.W m. V vw.w, a in &ir, . v....
wood cut any leiMrth. 897 N. Conn.
FOR SALE USED CARS
1937 Hudson Coach. 31T8.06. 1996
Paige sedan. 8110.00. Both bt
shape with Ucensa 681 M1U St, vlH-
Bulck Touring, Is good shape. Cheap 1
ror casn. ibs Front St.
FOR SALE USED CARS
McKAY8 USED CARS
WITH AN O. XL THAT COUNTS
1334 Ford Coupe I 36.66
1938 Overland Touring ... 18.00
1938 Durant Coaoh' r-- ' ,, 168.66
1638 Ford Roadster - ,- -138.66
1936 Ford Sport Roadster 876.66
I - -- CHEVROLETB :
1934 Delivery ew. tiros . f 66.661
9is coupe ,
193T Cbev. Truck
3 00 1
1936 Graham Truck
1929 Char. Truck, onlr 13.606
Wo have a 1931 Ford Victoria tor
345.66 and a 193T Paige Coaoh for
116.96. Both are good ears aad worth
the money but cave not rot been seid.
The boss says son 'ore before Nee. 1,
so here's your ehaaea. barsjala. asat-
ora Make us aa offer.
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
833 Center Phono 3189 430 N. CeraT
FOR SALE USED CARS
MV i HHilfc Mm . fe f
Operated By VALLET MOTOR CO.
1928 Butck Standard Coup
isis uuick 4-pasa coupe
193 6 . Chevrolet Sedan . ,
1930 Chevrolet Coach
197 Chevrolet Coupe, '88 Ua - 60.00
1926 Chevrolet Roadster ' 136.00
124 Chevrolet Sedan, 'if lie. ' 46.00
192T Dodgs Coupe, '33 11c. 95.00
1930 Ford Coupe ' 275.00
192 Ford Sedaa - - ' ' ' A 828.0O
1929 Ford Sport Coupe - , - -. nee
rora btanoara woupe . iss.oe
19 Ford Phaeton T
1936 For Ceoch, '33 lie. 60.0
1936 Ford rj-tp. vs aa
1934 Ford Tudor like new 66.06
ires Kasu special 6 Sedaa 90.09
19rff Olds Coach, '38 He.
1926 JStudebaker Tow.
'38 Uc. 86.00
1929 Plymouth Sedan
JIM OR CHARLIE
Sago of Salem
(Continued from paga 4)
their sill. Beyond small sup-
the liquid meagure. tables we bad
no gills. Which helped only some
what. Any port in a storm, yon
know, and any till in a foe. And
those were degenerate days,
Our-captain caused the boat to
be anchored and erdered the whis
tle to be blown at abort intervals.
I A nerleet'of these measures' be
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eoMO la gpfXe t thenv, WhlCo, OI
. . . . . . .
aoorse, pat everybody mte
cheerfni frame ef. mind. .
Our Immediate party discussed
the congreftsional race coins on
between Kibble, the present in
cumbeat,, and Dapple, tha eon-
tender, who was a proficient liar
and a friend et liars, aad was be-
Herad hv honMt nan. as la rre-
.V- ' - J m. .1
uuu.r s.c w
Wasa't that like life? . Happy
ZT "... 7. ..." .
No codf ishinr. No more gills la
the bottle. Nothing but gloomy po-
Htical talk, eoppy with tec.
i waa too young at me time to
do little but listen. My compan
ions were aeaaoaed voters ef the
'for God and home and native
Said Abe: "I've stood by Kibble
till now. bat If what I beard yes
terday is true I'm done with bun,
I've been feeling doubtful aboat
bint for quite some time. Do yoa
knew. I asked him to send me
some hollyhock seeds last spring.
and be seat me spinach seed.
What kind of a congressman, I
ask you. Is that?"
Said Bea: "Kibble baa been
treat disappointment to me, . The
weather has been terrible most of
ft D Barton BatteHea Start er and
I generator work. 648 Chefneneta st
New buUdlag and altera tiana Ex-
pertenoed and reasonabta Estimates
rree. TeL Ttsi xor appointment. u -
Tst?wne M80 R - Kmttmeea
iCTJT' - fjooeta 'weddtRF bowreets-"
funeral wreatna ttseorationa u. w.
RreUhatrpt, florist,. All Court street.
ALL kinds ef floral erork. Lots Flor-
t 1tH A Market. Tet 9698.
Oleeu Floor Co Tel 9111.
BECKE A HENDRICKS
169 H. HHrh Tet a90T
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
. TUB WEI DER LAUNDRY -
Ut a High ; TeL tilt
- CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
We Wash Evenrtiting is Lux"
iTefeohooo Sl6 1964 Bmedwev
ShVDoBod aed reoelred. Also iradea
ft VT. Bcott I4f & ComX Tet 4616.
I Mattresses from factory to
spring mattress - 16.66. Renovat
ers end fumtgatora Capital Bedding
i ce, ' TaW 4068. soso North CaslteL
New mattress made to orde& eld
Mattress remade t oaroet cleaatng. eis-
mct clufr rua weartog, Salem snuff
Rag Mattress Factory, M. istn .
Wilbur. 'Tel 84 L Otto F. Iwlcker.
. OEa 'C WTJT-P!anem,
granba sewtng eaaehlrtes, shoot musk-
end eiaao otudioa 8epatrt a hose
graph aad sewuap msthlnea 488
c. mini -.
the time since ba went on the Job.
He doesnt take" an engaging pho
tograph. : He reads hi speeches:
Also, he is a bum wisecraeker. We
need a change."
Tie la an able man. isn't bet"
This wag X, asking to know.
sea tossed a raeeiai ef -scorn
at me.. "What's that got to do
wita it?' lie demanded.
The candidate of your party.
T-yeg. bat r
The talk odsed along like this.
eft and on. until the darkness .of
night merged with the tog. Sud
denly bells Jingled In the engine
room." The anchor chain rattled.
'There's the light on Rooster
Point." The captain pointed.
"Dim, but there she Is. shining
through. The light on Hen Island
doesn't .show tonight; too. far
down; doesnt get Us bead out of
the fog. The am art boys at Wash
ington are trying to abandon the
Rooster Point light from what
they call motives of economy.
They'd bare done it before now If
it hadn't been for Congressman
Riddle. And now we'll be going
-Har-ray for Riddle!" croaked
Abe, his teeth chattering.
"M-me, too!" shivered Ben.
To street erossers: The bump
moat to fear is the one from the
' A new fire-cent cigar appears
on the market every day or two.
Which Is one reason, perhaps, why
we see so many wrinkled noses.
;i reckon w wouldn't hare so
many colds It It weren't for. the
fresh air enthusiasts. Chilblains
should be coaflaed to the feet.
Tha Imagination la no place for
The current. Stayton Mail carries-
good news. Two excellent
wella hare been located lxw that
town by means of "water witch
es." Just wait till X find that guy
who told me It couldn't be done!
Jones Takes. Lease
On Filling Station
RALSSYlLLS, Oct. 32. Homer
Jones baa takes a two years' lease
en tbe Wenatchee camp ground
and filling station en the Pacific
highway formerly owned by A. J.
Roy Marken and email son Don
ald returned to Seattle Friday af
ter spending a few days with bis
wife and getting acquainted with
the new baby daughter. Mrs.
Markhara is staying with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MeMll-
Piano instruction SSo. One free les
son. Lauren Cree, 1776 Front St
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuoa aad Sat 3 to 6 p. Be. 148
PLUMBING and HEATING
166 Sa Liberty
work, Ore her Broa
FOB sTPATTONERT, cards.
sts ercerrenva nooks er any
ertnring, call Tbe Statesman
ins Department Sli a Cwxnnereia-
STOVES and stove repairing. Steves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. AH
kin do of woven wtre feme, fancy aad
baskets, nooks, logan hooka.
Fence aad Stove Works. - StA
Chimeta Tel 4TT4. R B -Ftetef
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 338
SUte St TeL TT78. DlstrtboUrtg. for
warding and storage our specialty
Get our ratea
FOB local er ' distant transfer stor
age, enU 6181 Larnwr Transfat
rroclre to ertmwd tvtfxy. i
- All Makes
Rented, sold aad ronalrod. Easy.
A. B. CL. Maytag. Coo tea. Meadows
and Antomatio. 816 end ue.
liOOQ BROS. -
W. O IdANaCU.' Manager f
181 M. High . Tel. 633
BECKS HENDRICKS: '
186 N. High Te. 4lt
a. M. auui
S34 N. fUgh St.
SOCpLOFSrY A SON '
864-8 First Nat. Bk, Bldg, TeL T6i
A F. uuuca
831 State Street .
HOMER D. FOSTEB REALTY CO.
874 Atate SC ' TeL 1 613
W, tt GRABENHORST A CO,
186 48. Liberty Bb .
By CLIFF STERRETT
-.aa, mmr . a a
AS LAT.1P EXPLODES
Kitchen ' Furnishings . De
stroyed by Fire; Bridges
SCIO. Oct, M--Mr. and Mrs.
Lyle Shelton of .West Sclo barely
escaped serious Injury or possibly
death at their. noma Thursday
night when a kerosene lamp ex
ploded la , the kitchen of their
home.; They were both In flames
as soon as the explosion occurred
and - could not . attempt to save
anything in the kitchen.: All dishes
and kitchen furnishings were de
stroyed and. both Mr. and Mra.
Shelton .were burned severely
about the face.
At a business meeting of tbe
Sclo Bridge club Friday night at
the home of the president. Mra.
Rolla Shelton. Mra. Vilas Phlllpp!
was chosen president for the en
suing year. After the business
meeting bridge was enjoyed and
at a late hour a luncheon, was
served by the hostess. The first
regular meeting of the club will
be held Friday afternoon, October
28, with' Mrs. Edwin Holland aa
' Xebza Services Hebj .
Funeral services tor. Anton e J.
Kabza. SrM a farmer near Sclo,
were held at the Z. a B, J. hall
in Scio Friday afternoon at 2
O'clock. Willard L. Marks of Al
bany officiated. Burial was In the
Franklin Butte Masonic cemetery.
Mr. Kebsa is survived by a son.
Anton. Jr., of 8aa Diego, who at-
icnasa tae lunerai.
A large number of friends and
relatives of Mr. and Mrs. La Verne
Merrttt, who were recently mar
ried at the home of Rer. Ernest
W. Ralston, gave the newlyweds
a rousing charivari at the home
of the groom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Merritt, Thursday
night. They will make their home
in the Jordan vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gill, former
ly of Sclo but now of Washington,
D. C, are spending a few days
at the home of Mr. Gill's brother.
MONMOUTH, Oct, 22 A. N.
Bingman, 87. died early this
morning at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. J: B. Hill In Monmouth.
He was born July IS, 184S In
Ohio. During the Civil war he en
listed for service as a member of
Company I, first Ohio heavy ar
tillery. Alter the war he went to
Iowa where he married Mary
Meadenhall, a schoolmate of bis
youth In. Ohio, on October 12,
1S8T. They celebrated their ftth
wedding anniversary this month.
For IS years Mr. Bingman
earred as post commander at tha
CL A. R. In 1101 be mored with
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his family to. Oklahoma, and jn
isle came. to Folk eountri They
have been' residents of Monmouth'
most of tbe time alnce V
Surviving are Mrs. Bingman
and seven children: Mrs. Hill and
Harry Bingman. Monmouth; Mrs.
Minnie Smith. Salem; Mrs. Carrie
Jenninga, Wichita. . Kens.; . Mra.
Edith Keen. Campo, Colo.; Mrs.
Nina McKlnley,- Ames Iowa; and
Carl Bingman. San Francisco.
Funeral services will be held
Monday at 2 p. mJ directed by
Smitb'a Funeral chapel. Rer. W.
A. Elkins of the Monmouth Chris-
tian church will officiate. Burial
will be In Belcrest Memorial Park..
WALDO HILLS. Oct, 22--
Voters In the 8. Silverton precinct
will not go to Erergreen school-
bouse this year to cast their bal-"
lota. The place baa been changed!
to the Waldo Hltta . community
club bouse. The ETergreen school- ,
nouse has been the polling place
In this precinct since 1884.
Esther Rue. eldest daughter of .
Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Rue. left Frt- -
day for Paulsbo, Wn on Paget -Island.
For two weeks she will
be relief nurse at the Old Peo
ple's Home there and after that!
wfil take op ber duties as matron ;
oi inn orpnanage in tne aame v
town. Both institutions are under
the Lutheran board of missions.
Miss Rue was graduated two
years ago from a Minneapolis
hospital and worked there three
months following her graduation."
on returning to Oregon aha was
connected for, some time wltb the
Silverton hospital and then did
The first meeting of. the Wil
lard Women'a club that had been
scheduled for Thursday, October
20 bad to be postponed owing to .
the Illness of O. H. Ottoway, fa- -
ther of the club president. Vera .
Ottoway. Mr. Ottoway is Improv-.
lng following' an emergency oper-- -atlon
at the Silverton hospital.
But Chickens Show
- Up as Good Alibi
MEHAMA. Oct. 22 A very odd
and unusual happening occurred
to Mrs. Phillips yesterday when
her chickens which she had given
up as stolen retured to their own
roost at night. In the morning
when she went td teed them there
were only fire and at night, ex
pecting to feed the remaining five
again, she was plessurably sur
prised, to find the dozen mlssftig
Evidently they bad not been,
taken rery far away; at any rata,
this goea to prore tbe old saying'
that chickens come home to rooeUV
Kublns bad several men em
ployed Friday to atart harvesting
potatoes en big upper place. S.
Burdick will atart sowing fan oats
on the Wilson place Saturday. .
Z-4m the - SI 4ried
..- matter with , leaves of
4ono who j far Eastern
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7 bar&boollxs ' with metal
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mass ef : '
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10 SmaU giass
bottle . ;
11 a female
28 one who -'falls
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