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THE ORE4TOX 5rrTllSIAX: TI'f-SDAY, .PIUI.O, 132!.
Y. W. ; A; Sets Stage for Coiiniiy'Dra
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ONE of tue pleasant Kaster so- Hackney, and Mrs. Van Doren'a
Icial function was the break- fgrandinothe r., Mrs. M. A. I .Inn ton.
faaUSunday morning for which tall or Minneapolis who "nave been
Mr. tnd 'AWH. Walter. Kirlt were i wintering I hi Pajiedena and ar(1 Tv.
host at their home on ...Mill' street
An attractive Easter centerpiece
graced the prettify apindnteUfable
and appropriate favors and i place
cards te'tre at each cover, : ivTJjose
who were hidden were Messrs.1 and
Mesdames "IV S. 0jer, e. H,;jWebb.
Frank tJ. My em.' T. II; (Jalloway.
Xrmln Steiaer. Roy l!urfih, K. A.
Kkelley. Clnf rd K. .Farnier. Mis
Florence Ilowv and Harry Itowr.
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UtJ and Mrs. Milton 1,. Meyers
returned ia?i mgni irum roruana
wher they passed Kater Sunday
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Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Van1 Doren
have hem entertaining (pc . a few
days, Mrs. Van toren's brother and
ilstjr-in-iaw. -air. and Mrs, L. . K.
LiA There Is no "cure"'
. but relief is often
brought by Jtty
dealer doesn't ' carry them
end money ancLirast met
ert. and we rill Bend ytra one
for tzial.: 'e Pottage prepaid
mco KtamctijEum ramrotB
turning to their 'eastern home. Thy
left .yesterday afternoon. "
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Miss Helen Huher has returned t
her home hi Portland alter passing a
short visit iu this city with hr fa
ther, Jesse II u her.
Mrs. (leorse Harnett -and Mrs.
William Fleming' will 1 joint hos
tesses thireek at the home of trie
former on High ftreet for the mem
bers of the Thursday afternoon club,
which meets for Us regular evening.
The members of the Woman's un
ion of the First" Congregational
church wil moet this afternoon in
the church parlors to finish their
preparations for the utility sale
wh'eh they will have Friday and
Saturday. Following the work of
thfe cfternoori a social hour will be
enjoyel by the women.
Miss Lena Hnckensiein was hoct
ess for a jolly Informal party at ur
home Sunday evening when fhe com
plimented Henry Harr and his guests,
Itaymond C'udahay. Jacki Johnsou
and Uerwin McCarter. all of the Col
umbia university. Portland. Music
and games were enjoyed during the
evening hours ana at the cioe je-
frtfibmeata were served by the host
ess.' ' ':..,-
' Mr, and Mra. R. A. Nadon left
yesterday for their home in Harrla
bnrg. after visiting at the hme of
their parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Eckerlin. Mrs.' Nadon has been itl
Salem about a fortnight, but her
husband was here only for Easter.-
Miss Jessie Miles ami her house
guests. Miss Eugenia Moblsy fend
Miss Mary Mabley of Atlanta, C!a.,
left last night to resume. their stu
dies at the University of Oregon ar
ter passing the spring vacation at
r T V. vnrM' a ta? it TroTir.jy tree in a most literal ene
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V. W.C A. H .one ol the latest exooaents ot tue oraroa, aw
Mmmnnltv naeeants. held in towns' and ctfei all over t!.e country.
from Dallas io Denver Ind iron Georgia to Maine, have .been a rooit
effective meant of aronaiBg- community spirit and civic priJ. Dftf a-.
maker and 'draftsmen, actresses and artists, carpenters and cornetists
unite in putting on the performances. , - . . -
U of the stages of the V. ,V. C A. theatres are not as small as thu
model which Mrs.- Donald Pratt, of the Pageantry Department, u budrnj.
In the natural amphitheatres from one hundred to two thousand ctors Ukt
part Miss Hard MacKaye, sifter of Percy MacKaye. of the Y. A. A
' u now writirg the plot for a Festival to be given at the Sixth Convention
of the Young- Woraens Christian-Asoctatiooa ol America in Cieve.and, cm
the neck of April 13. at which, twenty-five hundred delegates from this and
foreign countries are rxpeciea; ,
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hp Why -are . . hJ
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AN INDIAN'S SECRET
On of the potaot lncrrdiant tt
Ktulk tar Uw bau I pwuv ;
U. TMn an ottwr actira iacndwuu
wit fount is nr other halt lparf
Uan. KoUlii haS ntM In aianr
caat of Mwma. talhat hair and
SaanriT irhaa nrry oUht hair lotiua w mau
rtt haa vratad futila. $300 Giraraataa. anaa
tnc naulta to raai cnaidMl uopelMa. Vaa
avrr taw a haU taOaat
; Why brnMB or rrmalo a!4 it Jm ran crow
tlatrt If othrra hara ottsmett nrw rrwwtb or
ht ronrarrft dandruff, or atopprd falllnc ha!r
thraarh Kotalfeo. irr m n4 im kox
et KOTALKO at aar htm aroa atara: or arad is
frnt Kn or tampa. - for fcUCHVaS with
PSOor BOX of Koutka ta
J. 9. Briltaia. IncSUycn F. New Yorx.N.Y.
the country home of Miss Miles par-j Sunday In Salem at the h?m of Mr
Send me your name and address and 1 will send you a
; prospectus of the . . r '
SILVER KING MINE
ents. Dr. and Mrs. O. It. Miles.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Chambers ol
Portland ware the guests of Mr. and
Mnr. W. H. Steusloff at their Co'.trr
street home over Easter.
Mrs. W. V. Johnson Is entertain-i
ing as her gneFt. for a visit In Sa-j
lem. her niece, Mrs. J. D Wilcox -f
Is AngeUs, who arrivud Sunday.
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Miss Katie: R?rclay who has bem j
visitfng for the pasf week v.-ith Mrs.
Ida M. Habeock returned to her home
In Oregon City Sunday eveu!ng.
Mr. and Mrs.W. W. Cory enter
tained as their gneit over the week
end. P. II. Cory of Portland.
Miss Margaret Goodin returns to
Eugene- this morning to resume her
studies at the University of Oregon
after "spending her prin? vacation.
Miss Goodin returned' yesterday from
Seattle where she passed Easier witb
Professor John J. Landsbury of
of the University of Oregon school
of music will address the members
of the Tuesday Musical club tonight
at the home of Miss l.u-flle Emmons
when she will entertain the club
members for the regular meeting of
ad Mra. F. R. Vane--.
Herbert Darby' reinrned ' Sunday
nij.:il to his studies at the Ctilver
sity of Oregon after parsing rpring
vacation In Salem with hia -mother.
Mrs. Itertha Jnnk Darby. .
The 'Misses Lyra .and Eva Miles
returned yeterday to Newtierg after
spending Easter Sui'day with their
parent;. Mr. and Mrs. i!. C. Mile,
at their Court Mreet home.
Mrs. C A. Davis of "eport is
vlitlng fiUncs and relatives in Sa
lem for a few davs.
i I small amount cf the davanra rnnlft
Mr. and Mrs. Theodtire lUtr ar-j be secured.- ,
tertciuhig during th Kas?r vara-,. The Muojia place war run upon
ticn at Columbia university, their. ,y accident as she sheriff aad th
son, Henry, Itaowl. Cudahay. officers trere looking- for othr njoon
Jack Johnson and Jrwir Mt Cart n. Uhipcrs la the vlclnltv of Indepen-i-tudents
at that institution. dence.-
Sheriff John W. Orr and Deputy
Sheriff L. C. M ascot t. together with
a revenue man from Portland.
Found tn the house in which Ma
tonsa and other Japanese were liv
ing waa a home-made still and about
40 galloos of Japanese ' whiskey.
made from rice. Matoma aeknowl
edged to the officers that he helped
mane ine liquor out thai it was
made not for tale but for their own
consumption. He stated that before
torring to America he was engaged
in distilling -Manor tn Japaa and
showed the officers Just how the
liquor maae. rne stiii was a
hoTie-rnadc arralr which took man7
hours of patient watting until a
Because. they are
And WRlCLEVS is a fccscCldal
as well ais long-lasting (rcct.
it helps appetite and dteestlcn,
keeps teeth clean and hrckth
sweet, allays thirst ! :
CHEW IT AFTER EVER? MEAL
Ta Salem chapter of War Moth
ers will meet this afternoon at 2:3i
o'clock at the Commercial clliu
roofs. This Is the firKt meeting" un
der the new plan for the chapter to
meet the first Tuesday in each month
instead of the old date." As Import
ant plans will be discussed as to the
county fair which the mothers will
give. Mrs. John Carson, the Salorn
War mother, urges that all attend.
OXK OF MANY LETTERS.
Miss Rose Florke. 209 Hawkins
avenue. X. IlradJook. Pa. writes: !
Mrs. M. I. Vance of Portland audi had a cold In my chest and fearing
her four children have motored back
to their home after spending Easter
'VTiWPNG IS A
like every industry it must follow the march o
modern appliances and adopt modern methods.
progress be equipped with
Maton-.a was given a hearing be
fore Justice of the Peace Jokn R.
Sibkey. who fined him 133 and
costs. It Is likely, that a federal
charge will also be lodged against
him on a charge of distilling liquor.
The booze taken in the raid was de
stroyed. . Matoma is a brother to Frank Ma
toma. a former Japanese hop grower
day that J. M. Daehelder oj I-ke-vlew
will bo appoints! circuit Judge
for. the Hth Judicial district to e
ceeo Judge L F. Coca. To iatt?r
has reargued, effective April 7. 1.1
is' said the pressure rr.pri atebuji
r.esi was the reaaon foe Ju !? Conn'
A Boston physician aayt that la
SO year Ihl&ga will be mo changed
that we won't care to kiss any. more.
Personally, we expert to be dead by
that lime ajr.d the argaciesl wiit b
eqjathed to owr heirs aoJ as-
! altera. Eftiaaz.
PM County Republicans
Are Out Alter Offices
DALLAS. April 2. (Special to
Fordsom Farm Tract
Spell Simplicity and Certainty
The basis of its efficency is the WORM DRIVE. It means better performance
jtnd lower up-keep of cost
DEPENDAEilLITY IS THE MIDDLE
NAME OF A WORN GEAR
It is the only gearing that shows increased efficiency with use. The secret is, that while
r other pears wear out, the worm gear wears IN. The extraordinary ability of F0RDS0N
"WORM GEARING to stand ut under the hardest tasks imposed upon it is due to the rolling
action of the F0RDS0N; WORM GEAR. -,
This rolling action JpWnOCY....:; ..V ..
' It is an inherent feature of the FORDSON FARM TRACTOR and ORD TRUCK Con-
,'struction. ... . . -
place: your order today
Join the Army of Satisfied Tractor, Owners.
Power Farming Specialists
it would cause nneumonln . I tried
Foley's Honey and Tar and It was noti'r- Mateman) During the pant
long till I felt relieved." Many such:two days three prominent Kepiibli-
letters have been written .about this
time-tried reliable me-JicIi.e. J. C.
PRATCM. Or.. April . 1 Prof. P.
Waldo Davis with his triple toned
chimes gave a concert at the Men-
onite church last Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Powell wero
visitors at Oregon City and Port
Fred Ling wants to get In the lo
ganberry game. Twelve cents
sounds good to him. He will plaat
one acre this spring to begin with.
The cold rain has a bad efect on
the hay supply in the neighborhood.
Mrs. Belle Halle from Chemawa.
formerly Miss Kelle Giazner from
this place had to undergo an opera
tion for appendicitis at a Salem hos
pital last Monday which Is develop
Seed potatoes are very scarce in
this neighborhood for this time of
Walter Ciete i wishing for sun
rhine to dry up the roads. He would
like to try out his nev. car without
getting it piatertd all over with
The Methodist episcopal Sunday
school choir rehearsed the songs fOT
the Easter program at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. William Hicks last
Pratum school has four new pu
pils. Catharine. Adam and Spencer
Hostettler and Coldie-LJajg.
Several carloads of potatoes were
shipped from here fast week by three
different buyers. Most ot the P'
tatces were bought at five cents a
Bora At the Deaconess hospital
last Thursday, March 2.1, a son to
Mr. and Mrs. William Scharf. His
name is William.
Mr. Hostetler and family who
moved here from Missouri have
bought the Leisy ranch-, north of
tovrn for $14,000.
cans cf Polk county have cast their
hats into the ring for offices at the
primary elections. Two men. Ezra
Hart, a Salt Creek farmer, and C
A. Wolverton of Monmouth ara out
after the commissioner's office while
D. JK. Fletcher of Independence, an
altrney seeks the nomination of
Jolat representative .for Polk and
Judge Conn Resigns and
; Batchelder Is Appointed
Governor Olcott announced yester-
"You're the Man Jo be Salis&iF
says the Good Judge
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You et a Tvhole lot more satis
faction from a little of the
Real Tobacco Chew Jthan you
ever got from the old kind. -
The good, rich tobacco taste
lasts so much longer. You
don't need a fresh chew so
often. That why it costs you
Any man who uses the Ileal To
bacco Chew wlUell you that.
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
Japanese is Fined tor
Making Booze at Home
- DALIES. Or. April 2. (Special
to The Statesman.) J. Matoma, a
Japanese resident of Independence
wui arrested and b roue hi to Dallas
'.yesterday afternoon to face a charge
of having intoxicating liquor In his
possession. The arrest r was made by
a-.7V, . -J,. "
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279 North Commercial Street Phone 675