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PAGE SIX ; - ....... '....' . : The OREGON STATESMAN, SalenC Oregon, Friday Bfornlng. April 2U 1933 - . j . '
Dairy, Farm, Shrub Lands In
Call; Queries Coming
From Many States
JLn onusnally heary correapon
iflonce from prospeetire Talley aet
tlan la belnj received by the Sa
lem chamber of commerce. Among
the Hat la as army man who hopes
to locate near Salem when he re
tires from active service, and the
mayor of "Wisconsin town, who
wants to Invest in a small farm
The list Is passed on to local
persons who may wish to corres
pond with one or more of the
John R. Gleason, Headquarters,
Double Stamps Saturday
This store open every Sunday until
10 p. m. for your convenience
REFRESH YOURSELF AT OUR
We Deliver." No Extra Charge
Hotel Senator Bldg. Dial S09
This Store Open Sunday until 10 p. m.
Buy Now Before
Closed 22"x42-. Opea 42"
by 6 ft. This table is ideal
where a large table is need
ed and the space )C Cft
Is limited. Price tOV
Ladder Back Chairs with
rush fibre seats C OC
to match QiD
Get that extra chair you
have been needing. They
are priced o nC
from . . OtfO
IT PAYS TO
Fidler's Furniture Store
New and Used
255 N. Commercial
Deep Cut Prices
- Household Needs
X lb. Laxseed Of
Psyllium White sWC
1 pint Antiseptic
1 pint Squibb'a
1 gallon Water
1 inch by 5 yard
Dental Cream .
$1 Lucky Tiger
25c Dr. West's
Tooth Paste 2 for
?1 Ever Dry
1 Nujol .
75c Castoria l ;
for children ...., .
U Dr. MUes
v Remedies , , ' ,
f tit? tjgltiitHft
first Infantry, Fort- Francis, B.
Warren, Wyoming, writes that he
intends to locate in. Oregon when
he retires front .the amy and is
very ranch Interested la acquiring
some suburban property near Sa
lem. : , . - .
7 A . Martin, Tnlare. California,
is interested in coming here and
raising log fibre flax.
SL T. Goodwin, Ouray, Colo
rado, Is very much Interested ' in
th dairy business In the Salem
J.R. Bean, Granger, Washing
ton, contemplates on locating on a
small tract near Salem to raise
shrubs, flowers and vegetables.
Mrs. Charlotte Meadows, prin
cipal Ralston public schools, Ral
ston, Dooglas county, Nebraska,
writes they expect to come to Ore
gon this summer with the Inten
tion of purchasing a home site
Miss Willa Znmwalt, 403 South
Court street, Tuscola, Illinois, Is
looking for a farm In the Salem
Olle Arntzen, 2255 Stout street.
Now Is the time to replace
that worn out mattress with
one of our new inner spring
mattressea. A price to suit
every pocket from
7.95 to 32.50
Visit Our Used
in ranges, heaters, din
ing sets, beds, dressers,
springs, ice boxes, etc.
115 S. Commercial St.
Probably you know several things that will relieve
digestive discomfort. But often this relief is too slow.
Bisma-Rex is a new and amaring antacid powder that
acts four ways to give quick comfort Neutralizes ex
cess acid; relieves the stomach of gas; soothes irritated
membranes and aids digestion of foods most likely to
lermenu Try Jtsisma -
Well Established in Pots One With
Bach 49o Purchaco
Friday and S turib.y Only
(Tobacco sales excepted) '
Your choice of 9 varieties
GODDESS OF THE SUN. A golden yellow of tat xa
usual spidery type. Jlay be grown 88 tnehe in dr
comference with judicious bnddlng.
MRS. E. D. GODFREY. A light pink singU of strong
growth. One of the beet singles. The very popular
long lasting Thanksgiving mum.
TITANIC. An exhibition size whits of unusual siz
and form. The blooms arc often 12 inches hi di
ameter. HONEY DEW. A beautifully Incurved yellow. Blooms
7 Inches or more in diameter.
PINK DOT. An exquisite rose pink pom with a con
trasting eye. One of the best of the poms.
CLIMAX. An intermediate size pom of rick yeQow 'A
very strong grower of unusual proportions.
FRANK WILCOX. A beautiful bronze splashed crimson.
It may be grown to 4 inches disbudded and Is ei
eeedingb bright under artiflcal Bghi.
BBATJTT A deep rose pink. A compan
ion to Mrs. E. D. Godfrey.
TEIXOW BABY. A golden yellow baby pom, growiaj
; tmmenst graceful spray.
Denver, Colorado, writes he la j
planning to come her this sprln j
to locate on a farm. sslUble tori
A. -Roy Hooro. aat zna
street. Pomona, California, Is In
terested in stock raistng ana ai
versified farming la this district.
W. T. Crawford, mayor Albany,
Wisconsin, is looking for & small
farm of 10 to 29 acres, improved.
In the Salem district, suitable tor
raising chickens and vegetables.
Or would be interested la buying
a meat market.
M. E. Slbell. 1580 Hayes street.
San Francisco, wants to buy some
good farm land In this section ot
the Willamette valley.
Irving Cteskl, 5 SIS East Green
Lake Way. Seattle, has residence
property la Seattle to trad for a
farm In this section of the Wil
A. Klversane, 8218 Langley
avenue. Chicago, miaols. Is Inter
ested in farming In this part of
the Willamette valley.
Tlieo O. Xunober. 2011 Sites
avenue, Chicago, Illinois, la look
ing tor a, small farm in this part
John I. Ohms, Box S23, New
Buffalo, Michigan, Is looking for
a medium sited farm In this sec
tion of Oregon.
Fred W. Rothert, box 182, Max
bass, North Dakota, Intends to lo
cate on a farm In this district.
Harry C. King, 2811 Olive
street, Kansas City, Missouri,
writes that he wishes to bay a
small business or piece of land in
the -vicinity of Salem.
N. B. Her, box 3 SI, Toledo, Ore
gon, wishes to buy small acreage
near Salem, suitable for raising
F. C. Christeasen, Route 10,
box 162, Fresno, California, wish
es to buy about fire acres of land,
unimproved, bu I table for raising
berries and poultry.
A. R. Smith, 3417 Oxford street,
Des Maines, la., is interested in
farming and fruit growing this
part of Willamette valley.
Elizabeth Caulkins, 49 East
Merrick, Long Island, New York,
Intends to come here in the near
future and is Interested in a place
with plenty of high timber and a
high altitude not Interested in
commercial value, but in beauty
Allen W. Sylia, Box 315, Mo
Jar, California, writes he is in
terested in purchasing a farm in
the Salem district.
Mrs. H. Tlemann, 12 Char
ter Oak street, South Pasadena,
California, want to buy a small
country place in the Salem dis
trict, to raise chickens, fruit and
vegetables. They hare employ
ment, but are tired of city life and
want to move to the country.
April Term of
In Polk Begins
DALLAS, April 20 The April
term of circuit court resumed here
yesterday with the first case on
schedule that of Ira Drake, arrest
ed March 4 near McCoy for driv
ing on the highway while intoxi
cated. The jury returned a ver-
mrmt tern tirfGii
I FROM "JOYSTICK"
ft is quite a change from looming through the clouds to wading throngs!
a stream in search of speckled beauties, but Captain Frank Hawks,
famous speed flier, seems to enjoy it. He Is shown as he changed th
Joystick for the rod and reel at the opening of the trout season at Carmel,
N. Yn where he was a gncst of the Gypsy Trail Club,
diet of guilty and Judge Walker
will sentence nlm Monday.
ilamday, April 24, the cItII case
will be tried of Rhodella Aunetta
Johnson against the atate Indus
trial accident commission." -She is
suing to collect compensation
which she claims la due her as
result of an Injury suffered by
her husband la an accident. The
claim further alleges that her hus
band committed suicide by Jump
ing off the Ross Island bridge
following a state of despondency
caused by his Injury.
FUND DEFICIT CUT
Oregon's general fund deficit
has been reduced materially dur
ing the past month, Fred Paului,
deputy state treasurer, announced
yesterday after he had repaid
$724,000 of a loan of 911,024,
000 obtained from the Portland
banks. The state treasurer pre-
riously paid $250,000 oa this
loan, leering a balance of $30,
000 due the banks at the pres
This money was borrowed last
October for the purpose of tid
ing over a financial emergency,
and was to be repaid within a
period ot six months.
Paulus said the treasury de
partment also had wiped ont a
loan of $700,000 recelred from
the state highway commission
and had repaid $$70,000 on a
loan of $1,000,000 obtained from
the world war veterana state aid
commission. The remainder of
the latter loan will be repaid as
fast as funds are arallable. Pau
Reduction of the state deficit
was made possible through re
ceipts of personal income. In
tangibles and corporate excise
taxes in excess ot $1,000,000.
Other revenues recelred by the
state treasurer recently Include
$700,000 of license fees from the
state Insurance commission, and
approximately $200,000 of In
heritance taxes. An additional
$1,500,000 will be recelred
shortly after June 1, when the
first-half property taxes for 115$
become due and 'payable.
In'iured in Home
$29 SO Damages
Hugh C. Hart helped his wife
with some canning last January
and severely injured a finger on
his right hand.
Yesterday he filed suit against
the state accident commission
asking $29.90 dsmsges for the
$3 days he was unable to do his
Plaintiff alleges that the com
mission has twice denied his
claim which he contends Is filly
Georgia's crop of pimento pep
pers took on new importance with
the revelation by a food expert
that they are rich in vitamin A.
Still weak from the effects of an ep
Jsndldtlj operation, U. 8. Senator
ames J. Davis, of Pennsylvania, Is
supported by bis nurse aa he leaves
the South Side Hospital, Pitts
burgh. The Senator was to haws
gone oa trial recently fa connection
with the interstate shipment of lot
tery tickets, but the trial wan post
ponad sndaflnitely ewing to bis
TO TROUT ROD
To Complaint in
Moore Will Case
State Treasurer Holman yes
terday filed a demurrer to plain
tiff's complaint In the oase of
Grace Rebecca Taylor and others
against Ennls D. Walt, adminis
trator ot the estate of the late
George J. Moore, and others. The
treasurer's demurrer was based
on claims that the plaintiff's pe
tition was Insufficient to Justify
an action and that the court
lacked Jurisdiction orer the case.
The plaintiffs are seeking In
their case to hare all the assets
or ine estate, raised at more
than $10,000, paid OTer to them
150 N. Commercial, Phone 5563
NOT A CHAIN STORE
Economy Grocery is owned solely by W. G. Walker and
Son not in the combine trusts. We patronize home in
dustries and Buy Farm Products Open Front store
with the Big Vegetable Display.
.Friday and Saturday We Offer
Fancy - Sweet
Nice size f
Well filled pods
Preferred Stock. No grit,
no. 2V4, 07
2 cans fcil t
Packed in fancy qt Pan-
Crown Best Patent
Maxwell House, 8. & W.
Golden West 07
lib. tin. HZ
QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST POSSXBUI PRICES
Roaat.. 8& IOC OUR OWN MAKE
Sirloin ot: 10- Hams and ij
Bib Steaks IC Bacon ! 14C
Steaks i2y2c Backs 10c
I 8c 5&-llc
f& 10c o3t?20c
Pork 1 Ol Strict? frosk dressed and
Chopt . 1&L2C draw, chlcko-
SEED USE ADVISED
Virus Diseases not Evident
From Surface; Extra
Cost Worth While
"No one on eartn can look at
two piles of potatoes and say wits
certainty which one Is better than
K. R. Eekmaa, extension spe
cialist in farm crops, who knows
the Oregon potato business from
both ends, is author of that cnai
lenge. Ot coarse, he says, some
thlnra like soft rot. scab, ana
rhrxoctonln can bo detached by
looking at the "spuds", but the
mala disasters of potato erop-
the virus diseases may lark in
the finest looking pUe ot potatoes
to bo found.
A nloa smootk potato is not
likely to differ In seed value from
the rough on beside it." says
Jackman In arcing the advantages
of certified seed. "Frequently the
rough one may be muck better, as
three of the commonest types ot
virus diseases tend to make the
tubers smooth that do develop."
"Certified seed Is that which Is
tarred with the official tag sealed
on the bag by a representative of
the state college. Growers pay for
this Inspection and certification,
hence the little extra charge for
this type of seed Is fully Justified
snd the seed Is well worth the
difference. One growing his own
seed can do what the certified
seed growers do maintain a seed
plot, learn the diseases and rogue
Varieties Are Described
Speaking of the various varie
ties ot potatoes to plant for the
early or mid-season crop, Q. R.
Hyslop, head of the farm crops de
partment, gives these brief des
criptlons ot the leading sorts for
Bliss Triumph An oval, pink
potato with white flesh, suitable
for most any section of the state,
gaining special favor in Malheur
county. Good flavor and cooking
quality and yields better than
some a trifle earlier.
Irish Cobbler A white early
potato that sets fewer tubers than
some but reaches market also ear
ly. Favored In some lower eleva
tions in eastern Oregon.
Early Ohio Pink oval potato
Full pound ..
49 lb. bag .
Made in Oregon
Beat Grade 1A
4 lbs le7C
Large White, Reds
Small White f -l
3 lbs IlC
150 N. Com!
witk white flesk favored is dry
land sactions where the growing
Season Is very short.
Earliest ot All or uuno saru
.a wait Aral ftotato. Terr pro
ductive, setting a Urge nnmber ot
Pennies He Dollars!
By trading with this market the pennies you save win
make those extra dollars. You pay no middle man
profit. We buy all our stock direct from the farm; do
our own killing and packing. Every dollar stays In the
trading area of Salem. Nothing but the very best
of quality used.
Pork Roast 8 and 10c
Spare Ribs . 8c
Back Bones 3c
Pig Feet -..2c
Fresh Pig: Hock 5c
Pure Pork Sausage 10c
No water, no cereal
No water, no cereal, no suet
You can buy this hamburger and feel safe to Invite
jour best friends in to eat it.
Beef Roast 8 and 10c
Loin Beef Steak 10c
Prime Rib Roll 13c
Beef to Boil 6c
This beef is of the very best quality
Breakfast Bacon 12c
Bacon Backs 9c
Bacon Square, 10-lb limit 5c
Boston Butts 8c
Pure Lard, 4 lbs 25c
Sugar Cured Hams 13c
Our hams and bacon are sugar cured; smoked with
oak wood made from top quality only.
Veal Stew 5c
Veal Roast 10c
Where a Dollar Does its Duty
173 So. Com'L Phone 8757
WE CLOSE 8 O'CLOCK SAT. EVE
Sugar, 10 pounds . . . 41c
1 Pkg. KeD Corn Flakes
1 Pkg. KeU W. W. Flakes
1 Plrcr TT.T1 P )
U. S. MALT Sperry's BISQUICK
2 Pound 27C C
aCD C Package
GaL zlGv OLEO
Wesson Oil tl7C . 0 .
73c 1 4 Pound 24c
1SS- QaaK'' o
52 1 Pound Can j j j
Fancy Yellow Bantam
CRAB MEAT CORN
In Large 10 2s size
Tb. 19c 3 e,m
Norwegian Sardines LESLIE'S SALT
In Olive Oil r Iodized
Imported, can DC O r
Pound Package oC
Liberty White Soap TOILET TISSUE
For laundry 1000 Sheets
10 Cakes 17c O Rolls 10c
FLOUR IS RAISING IN PRICE
WM KESSBYW THE RIGHT TO LOUT QUAXTTTrES
Caplan's Cash Grocery
John D. Rockefeller enco pedal
led about hie Forest Hills estate
ta .Cleveland on a. bleyele.
3. OmairrHal TeL 4010
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hole WfcMtt 5
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