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MARTY LINKS
D E P A R T M E N T
BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR.
B E A U T Y S H O P — e q u ip p e d f o r 3 o p e r ­
a to r » , r e a s o n a b le o v e rh e a d , s t r e e t
e n t. F o r q u ic k s a le , 31700, I860 w ill
h a n d le , re a s o n a b le te r m s . G ood b u s i­
n e s s ; s e llin g b e c a u s e of t r a n s f e r .
B o x 532, Coos B a y , O re.
C O M M E R C IA L b u ild in g a n d w re c k in g
y a rd , lo c a te d o n Q u in cy H ig h w a y
s o u th
E p h r a ta .
W r ite B o x
395,
B p h r a ta , W a s h .
O f THE
C L U B — L o c a te d
S a n d p o in t,
Idaho. Bldg. <0x70 N ic e t a r . k i t c h ­
en , c a rd ro o m d o w n s ta irs . 6 b e d ­
ro o m s, k itc h e n , b a th u p s ta ir s . R oom
f o r 9 ro o m s u p s t a ir s L a rg e w a lk -ln
box. G ood lo c a tio n . A lb an y F a lls
D a m n e a rb y . T a k e S d o w n . bal.
m o n th ly p a y m e n ts F r a n k B n c k e rt,
B o x 656. C o u le e C it y , W a s h . P h o n e
B L O O D H O U N D p u p p iv a , A K C I
tr a tlo n . B e s t b lo o d lin e s . P ic k o f l i t ­
te r n o w a v a ila b le . S h ip a n y w h e r e .
I n q u ir ie s w e ir , «med E d w in B a lv s s ,
R te . 3. B o x 303. C e n tr a lia . W a s h .
GERM AN
F O R S A L E p r o f i t a b l e W e s te rn A u to
D e a le r s h ip In W a sh , r ic h e s t f a rm
area
$9o00.00. B o x 873, P a lo u s e ,
W ash.
T R A I L E R C O U R T — 25 ap es., n ew a n d
f u lly e q u ip . G ood Incom e. A re a l
b u y fo r c a s h . A lso te r m s A . S o m e r -
r l l i , 3410 N . P a c if ic
fo r d , O reg o n .
SCHOOL
ZONE
OH W E L L , I G U E S S YOU
GOTTA MAKE ALLOWANCES
X.
FOR YOUTH / *
s'
h w y . 99, M ed ­
S M A L L G R O C E R Y S T O R E a n d c a fe .
3 c a b in s , liv in g q u a r t e r s . I n v e n to ry
a n d e q u ip m e n t a p p r o x . >5000. B u ild ­
in g c a n be le a s e d o r p u rc h a s e d . U n a
O. R ic h a r d s , B ox 997, N e w M e a d o w s,
B U S O P P . In co m e p r o p e r ty . O ffic e
b ld g C o u rt. E a t. In s At r e a l e s ta te
b u s.
o p tio n a l.
G ro w in g
s te a d ily .
R e a s o n a b le . W rit« H . J . P ly m e s s e r ,
5 . R iv e r s id e , M e d fo r d , O r e g o n .
C H R Y S L E R -P L Y M O U T H
DEALER­
S H I P T O R S A L E IN D I V E S T P L A C E
ON C O A ST
B u ild in g 100x140 — W e ll-e q u ip p e d —
<80,000— h a lf c a s h — W ire o r c a ll
C. O. S T O T T S , R e a lto r ,
P h o n e 79
C oos B a y , O re.
BE \ r n
S ilt)P \
|
i s a n t lo ­
c a tio n , s e m i- b u s in e s s d ie t., 3 b lk s.
s o u th
fro m
M ain
S tre e t.
G ood
c lie n te le , exc. b u s in e s s . $1500, h a lf
d o w n , b a l te r m s . O w n e r le a v in g
to c a r e f o r f a m ily . 531 A d a m s, C o t­
ta g e G ro v e, O r. C u r le tte B e a u ty
Shop.
w e ll
m a rk e d .
p r ic e s
P h o n e B e a v e rto n 3841. M rs.
M M u r p h y . B t . 9 B o x 4?5,
June
B e a v e r to n , O reg o n .
P O IN T E R
P u p s,
G ra n d
Sir« s
of
F r a n k K in g s P la y Boy a n d S p u n k y
C re e k Boy. R e g is te r e d $35 e a c h
Xdl
TOR
ST E R L IN G AC R ES
R t. 9. O ly m p ia . W n.
TA CO M A , I n v e s tm e n t p r o p e r ty a n d
hom e. 6 u n its , p r i v a t e b a th s , aut«>-
m a tio
h e a t,
re frig e ra tio n ,
n ic e ly
f u rn is h e d . V iew c lo s e in, s u b s t a n ­
t ia l Incom e. $16,000.00 te r m s . B o x
8179, S p o k a n e , W n.
MISCELLANEOUS
‘S’ T H R E E 24 /7 V an B r a n t g r a in
d r ills , s in g le d isc , w ood box, s te e l
w h eels, e q u ip p e d w ith g a n g p r e s s e s ,
a ll In r u n n in g o rd e r, $150 each . *3l
T h re e 1 2 /1 0 O liv e r S u p e rio r G r a in
D r ills , a ll s te e l, w ith g a n g p r e s s e s ,
lik e new $375 ea c h C. R. W illia m s ,
L in d , W a s h ., or
S p o k a n e , W a sh .
3 04
SALE -T avern
and
G EESE
$10 e a ch . R o u te 3, B o x 1487,
W a s h . P h o n e R e n to n 5 -6 9 0 6 .
K e n t,
A G E N C Y , B illin g « , M o n t.
W E L D IN G
W ORKS
FO R E ST
G R O V E , O R E . P H O N E 611.
_ _
R E P R IN T S 3c each .
FOX STUDIOS, Itlllinga. M ontana
sandw ich
CAMP
on
778,
1,
A SU M M ER
H ood
la rg a
R t.
I 'a n a n ,
building
with
R ESO R T
12
ta k e lorn« tr •!•
M U SIC M A C H IN E
ROUTE
E R V I N W . C A D D B Y , R e a lto r
522 P r o v id e n t B ld g
M A ln 1101
T a c o m a . W a s h in g t o n .
SELT
Ma ytag
S E R V IC E
SE L F SER V IC E LAUNDRY
W ringer and autom atic m ach in es $3900
down
Long le a se . L arge parking lot.
I ah
St
HAY,
San Jo s.
< al
< V 3 HI
H E L P W A N T E D — W OM EN
R E G IS T E R E D N U R S E S f o r g e n e ra l
d u ty , s u r g ic a l a n d o b s te tr ic a l. M od-
«i ri i c a p ita I w 11’«« or telephone
V A L L E Y M E M O R IA L
S u n n y s id e , W a s h .
H O S P IT A L ,
Peacetim e Record
Iron ore production in the United
States in 1948 set a peacetime rec­
ord at 101,350,000 gross tons, nearly
nine per cent above the 1947 output,
according to a bureau of mines re­
port. This tonnage, the second high­
est in history, was 4,176,000 torn
less than in the top year 1942. A ll
m ajor iron ore producing districts
exceeded their 1947 output. Lake
Superior mines produced 83,116,-
000.
A nim als Subject to Two
Ailm ents Common to Humans
LINCOLN, NEB.—Humans never
suffer from diseases like rabies,
hoof-and-mouth disease or strang­
les common only to animals, but
animals are subject to at least
two diseases generally believed to
be common only to humans—
“ hives" and hay fever.
The American Foundation for
Anim al Health reports the same
types of antihistamine medicines
often successful in treating these
conditions in man now are being
used with pets and farm animals.
Upon coming in contact with or
eating certain plants, the founda­
tion said, horses and cattle com­
monly founder, or develop nettle
rash or a severe form of sore
mouth.
“ V irg in ia Tobacco’’
North Carolinians can't do any­
thing about it, but most so-called
"V irg in ia ’’ tobacco Is raised In
their state, and they also raise
more "V irg in ia ” peanuts than V ir­
ginia does.
Sweet Corn
Sweet corn was not known
white men till the discovery
America, after which time It
came popular; increasingly
since 1900, largely due to the
velopment of hybrid corn.
to
of
be­
so
de­
G R A IN ,
FEED
H O N E Y — W h ite A l f a l f a — C lo v er.
80
L b s $7 60, 12 L b s. $1 85 F . O. B. B .
M . R o z e m a , H e r m is to n ,
O re.
FARMS AND RANCHES
F O It S A L E : 2 4 0 -aere I r r ig a te d f a r m .
S u ita b le f o r s to c k d a ir y in g o r d |.
v e r s if ie d f a rm in g . H o u se , b a rn , a n d
o u tb u ild in g s
In
fa ir
c o n d itio n .
F e n c e d , c r o s s fe n c e d . E le c tr ic ity a n d
s p r in g w a te r . W . A . S h o o k , H a l f ,
w a y , O reg o n .
F A R M 1-1 tit S A L E : 850 a c r e s m ix e d
f a rm , 350 c u ltiv a te d . R e p la c e m e n t
of
b u ild in g s w o u ld c o s t 812,000 00
T o t a l p r i c e »17.000 00.
W r ite P .
M o ren , E lk P o in t, A lb e r ta , C a n a d a .
LAUNDRY
waahera, steam d ry e i
e x tr a c to r , 10 h. p. b o iler, 630 g al.
w a te r h e a te r, c o m m e rc ia l la u n d r y
w a s h e r, n s s id e lin e In to w n o f
10,000 w ith n o c o m m e rc ia l l a u n ­
d ry . $6000 h a n d le s .G ood lease, on
n ew c o n c re te b ld g , h lw a y a n d m a in
st
Loca tio n .
S a n tla m
L a u n d re t,
B o x 937, S w e e t H om e, Or.
7MI N
338, S a n d y , O r e g o n .
i
m a c h in e s , 62 on lo c a tio n . R o u te
lo c a te d n e a r S e a ttle . O w n e r o p e r ­
a t o r w ill e a s ily n e t $1,000 p e r mo.
P ric e d a t $26,000, $10,000 dow n .
P rlo a d r ig h t
W rit.* o r c a ll Mi
S w en so n o r M r. C ad d y .
D IS C O V E R T
B ID -O
R e lie f to a c h in g c o rn s o r y o u r m o n ey
r e fu n d e d S en d 60 c e n ts to V. O. B o «
c a b in s
f o r r e n ta l, p in s 3 -h d rm liv in g q u a r -
1.1■ About 4 acres of land plus
19 a c r e s o f tid e ln n d s . S tre a m r u n ­
n in g
th ro u g h
p r o p e rty .
In co m e
o v e r $12,000 p e r y e a r T h is p la c e
Is w ell w o rth th e p ric e o f $50,mn
a s k e d an d w ill p a y o u t f a s t . W ill
67
SPECIAL
M EW
G r a n ts
M e m b er of T a c o m a R e al E s t a t e B o a rd
WELL, W ELL.
MY LUCKY DAY.
A JACKKNIFE7
M er r im a n ,
6 ^ A c re s b e a rin g , o v e rh e a d s p r in k le r
s y s te m , A -l r e s id e n c e w ith tw o
t e n a n t h o u se s. A ll e q u ip m e n t u n d a
v e r y s p le n d id s e tu p . P ric e d $30,000
M c a s h . T h is is p ric e d $10,000
u n d e r f a i r m a r k e t v alu e.
ROLAND COE
GRANDMA
G eorge
B U L L D O Z E R S b u ilt, $600 u p , f o r a ll
tr a c to rs ,
a n g le
and
tilt
b la d e s ,
p u m p s , v a lv e s a n d Ja ck s W A L L A C B
am i
{Aus
LEASE
60 A C R E S o f I r r i g r a te d lan d , w h ic h
In c lu d e s a 1 5 -acre s ta n d o f W ash .
R e d R a s p b e r r ie s
(5 y e a r s o ld ).
Id e a l b e rry , b u lb , o r tu r k e y land.
W a te r p u m p ed fro m L a k e P a t t e r -
■on. W h o le 60 s o r e s e n c lo se d w it a
D e e r F en ce. L o c a te d on p av e d Y elm
H i w a y ; o n ly 15 m in u te s o u t of
O L Y M P IA .
$30.00 p e r a c re , p e r
annum .
R e n ta l
r e q u ire d
in
ad­
v an ce.
L A D IE S ’ H O M E J O U R N A L , 80 m o n th »
f o r $5. S a v e $2.50. S p e c ia l, s h o r t
tim e o n ly . D A R W I N C R O S S M A N
C A B IN
by Clark S. Haa»
B o s e v ilie ,
or
L o c a te d
SUNNYSIDE
B a r -B -Q ,
P A U L 'S P H O T O S E R V IO B , B o x 88,
S e a t t le 11, W a s h in g t o n .
T avern, B ox
P a s s , Ore.
By Arthur Pointer
A b n e r 's
___ TO RENT OR LEASE
sh o p , f u lly e q u ip p e d . M o d e rn , f u rn .
liv in g q u a r te r s , o n e a c re g ro u m l.
P ric e $20,000. W r ite P e te ft D o lll? »
JITTER
S u in n tt r
D R E S S S H O P a n d b e a u ty s h o p In
W e is e r. Good lo c a tio n . D o in g good
b u s in e s s . S a c rific e . W r ite 40 w .
FOR
By Bud Fisher
L ake
D A L T M A T IA N P U P S . AKC, Ch. p. d ,
C. G. S T O T T S , R e a lto r ,
P . O. B o x 9 58
Cooa B a y , O re.
MUTT AND JEFF
S p ir it
F IN E S T Q U A L IT Y ! 6 o r 8 ex p . ro ll,
40c; 12 ex p . ro ll, 60c. E le c tr o n ic -
c o n tr o lle d J u m b o - r o lls , 10c a d d i t i o n ­
a l. R e p r in ts 4c, J u m b o s 5c. A ll
D eck le E d g e. X m a s c a r d s f ro m y o u r
n e g a tiv e , w ith en v . 10c ea. A 6x7
E n la r g e m e n t F R E E w ith e a c h 6
r o lls
"F or
P a r tic u la r
P e o p le ”
E X C E L L E N T C R A N B E R R Y BOG
O N COOS B A Y
I G O N N A B U Y W IT H
W HAT M C rtE X AAY D A D 'S P A Y lN
M E FO R THIS JO B ? "
(A .
C O IN -o p e ra te d
sh o o
b ru sh -u p
m a­
c h in e ( P a t. P e n d .) f e a t u r i n g s e p ­
a r a t e b r u s h e s f o r b la c k a n d b ro w n
sh o e s. A n ew n o n - c o m p e titiv e field
E s ta b lis h
ow n
p r o f ita b le
ro u te .
A c m e S a le s Co., 505 W . 4 2 n d S t.,
N ew Y o rk C ity , N. Y .
M a in
or
phone
W e is e r
2 8 9 -W . W e is e r , Id a h o .
IAZMAT A M
pups
REAL ESTATE—MISC.
TOR BALI ’
FOLLOW THAT CAR
p o in te r
• r ’s " B y th e L a k e ."
I d a h o . P h o n e 9487.
Id a h o .
CROSS
TOW N
s h o r th a ir
K . C .-F . D S. R. p a r e n t s ) , l l w k s
old. T ric e $50 ( s a c r i f i c e ) S e d lm a y -
W IC K S
3119.
JOHN JA RVIS
DOGS. C A T «. PET8. BTC.
MY E N T I R E H A M S T E R Y fo r p e t s or
la b o r a to r y u s e . G ood b u s in e s s fo r
y o u n g e r p e rso n . C o n ta c t E s . T ru e,
M u r ta u g h , Id a h o .
2«
A
r i v e r b o tto m f a r m . H ood 2
h o u se B e a u tif u l f ir e
p la c e , e le c t, r a n g e At W . H . 18x25
ro o t g a r a g e , w ood ah ed , b e n b o u se
A b a r n ; e le c t p u m p , good w a t e r ;
w ell
fe n c e d , e re e k
b o rd e rs
tw o
sid e s. W ill In c lu d e lr r i g a l t o n e q u ip ,
m e n t. N e a r good H A G
S c h o o ls.
8 . J . G o d a rd , C re s w e ll, O re g o n , R t .
1 B o x 22.
B. It. m o d e rn
A
S P O R T S M A N 'S
P A R A D IS B
F o r s a le o r tr a d e — lo -ru o u i h o u se
w ith 3 c a r g a ra g e . L o c a te d In to w n
o f L u c e rn e , C a lif., 2 b lo c k s o f t
H lw a y 21», on b e a u tif u l C le a r L ak e.
173
A c re s o f e x c lu s iv e
h u n tin g
r a n g e o n B a r t l e t t M o u n ta in a b o u t
14 m l. f ro m h o m e In L u c e rn e . T h is
p r o p e r ty Is lo c a te d In h e a r t o f
f i n e s t b u n tin g a n d f is h in g t e r r l .
to r y . F is h in g s e a s o n on » 'te a r L a k e
o p en y e a r ro u n d . T r o u t, sa lm o n ,
s te e lh e a d a n d o c e a n f is h in g n e a r b y .
A lso a n a b u n d a n c e o f d e e r, b e a r
q u a il, d o v e, p h e a s a n ts , d u c k s a n d
g e e se . W ill s e ll f o r c a s h , p a r t c a s h .
H a la n c o In c a ttle . F u ll p ric e 216.000
C a ll o r w r ite M. L . P a lm e r , P . O.
Box
1057,
R IV E R D A L E ,
C a lif.
P h o n e 2 9 -P -2 , R iv e rd a le .
Coffee for Health
In the tropic», coffee i i regarded
as a health measure.
Inhabitants
of certain South Sea islands chew
coffee beans when suffering from in­
digestion.
15 M illio n Hens Give Bakers
Two T rillio n Eggs a Year
CHICAGO—The bakers of Amer­
ica keep approximately IS,500,000
average hens busy each year pro­
viding the 2.706,000,000 eggs used
in baking enriched bread and
other bakery products, according
to the American Bakers’ associa­
tion.
About 225,500,000 dozen or 300,.
000,000 pounds of eggs are pur­
chased from the American farm er
annually, the association pointed
out, explaining that the baking in­
dustry Is the farm er's biggest In­
dustrial customer.
The bakers’ purchases of flour,
m ilk, cane and beet sugar and
other farm products total close to
a billion dollars annually.
F irst Invention at i t
Now lost in obscurity, but well
known In his day, was Tom Blanch­
ard, who at 14 conceived a handy
apple parer that peeled the fru it
twice as fast as could be done by
hand. Four years later he developed
a machine that turned out 500 tacks
a minute.
Dry Cow Ratione
Rations for dry cows should be
easily digestible, well supplied with
essential minerals and vitamins,
and not too rich in protein.