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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING; SEPTEMBER, S. 1921
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Son Is Born
A eon was born Friday, Sept. 2,
to Mr., and Mrs. Donald Brooks of
330 South Twenty-fourth "street,
lie has been named Glen Vernon.
Olympia oysters are now in the
market. We are serving them any
style. Gray Belle. Adr.
The Grower Says - '
Now is the time to buy canning
tomatoes. They are of fine qual
ity, and the price is reasonable.
By waiting too long, the good
housekeeper takes a chance on a
supply of tomatoes that have been
cracked by rain, and in general
are not to be compared with the
present nock on market
Will bring yon a buyer.
Army Officer in City
Col. Pegram Whitworth of the
regular United States army, and
-chief of staff of the 96th reserve
division, was in the Itr yesterday.
a caller at the office of the adjut
ant f general. He -will organize
.headquarters of the 96th reserve
division in Portland, and will be
located in that city.
, Dreamland Itlnk
Follow the crowd to the Big
1 Dance. Largest hardwood floor in
. valley. Orchestra Increased to 7
pieces. Extra ordinary Jazz music
Dance every Wednesday and Sat
Return to Kvanston
GuBtav Anderson is preparing
to leave some time next week, to
resume his studies in Northwest
ern university at Evanston, near
Chicago. lis did some clean-up
work in advance! psychology ana
principles of education under Pro
feasor Sherman of Willamette this
summer, that will clear th- way
for bis master degree at North
western. Gus is one of the best
known students in the history of
Willamette, his Rctlritien in stu
dent body work, in muRie, as
Anna G. Nilsson j
"What Women Will
Comedy , '
9 I TRTrryrlQ
Easier and Better
Wear them and tee
:; HARTMAN BROS.
phone 1265 Salem, Oregon
pMtairs at 1HU V. Oomamial stmt
Caop 8uy. Koodlaa and Amarteaa
lUiM, lea ra and drinks. .
, Opaa 11 la, to 1 a at. ,
For Spring Planting Order From
TUB SALEM NURSERY CO.
428 Oregon Building
I'ALEM ::. OBE.OON
Phone 1763. .
hv buvincr your hardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard-
ware & Furniture Co., zoo JN.
Commercial street. Phone 947
I j TRANSFER
J 1 Jt We Move,
rack and Store f
' ' Do you take
r j If not, why not?
No other baths or treatments
can produce the permanent re
lief to tho person suffering
from ' disagreeable c0' or a11"
menu of tho flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths will.
Open 8 a. m. until 9 p. m. .
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
Republic truck ! in fine
condition, p it e u m a tie
tires, will trade or sell on
easy termsApply Sam
Solof, . , 1
People's Cash ;
i Store ,.
member of the university quartet
ior four years, anu as tneral so
cial leader having endeared him
to all who have Scnown him.
New ChnrtSi In Polk County-
It was reported yesterday that
Baptists living in' Polk county, in
the Airlie and Suver districts,
were considering the erection of
Baptist church, to cost about
3,000. As yet, no cerinlte plans
have been drawn.
Serve Gray Belle French Pas
GraM Fires Caum Complaint
A Mrs. Stickney, 4 48 North
Twenty-fourta street, was charged
with setting dangerous grass fire
in a complaint made yesterday to
police. The complaint was en
tered by a neighbor, who claims
the the fires are dangerous to
property in that vicinity. Officers
Notice to my friends: I have
changed my location from 320
State street to 173 N. Liberty. II.
G. Coursey. Adv.
Woodpile Obstructs -View
A report that a wood pile had
been standing on Ferry street,
between Commercial and Liberty
streets for a long time and that
it made a blind alley which wa3
dangerous to traffic, was sent to
police' headqnarters yesterday.
Officer Birtchet was sent to In
vestigate and told J. Kapphahn,
its owner, that the wood would
have to be moved.
Roast or fried chicken dinner
at the Gray Belle all day tomor
Cushions Are Stolen
Cushions from both the front
and back Beats were stolen Thurs
day ginht from cars belonging to
P. W. Van Doren and Kred Thiel
scn while the two cars were park
edjn front of the Van Doren res
Attorney Ijruc Returns
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Pogue and
nephew, Edwin Cox, are home
from a hunting trip in southern
Oregon, out from Drain. Mr.
Pogue brought back one fine
buck which he says' is one of the
largest killed in that part of the
state. He also says that due to
the large number of hunters this
year it was necessary to hunt well
up in the mountains.
STEINBAUGH At bis home, one
half mile south of the Pringle
school house. Frank Walter
Steinbaugh at .the age of 42.
September 2. He is survived
by his wife.yMillie; a. small son,
Frame waiter, ana two Drotn-
ers in California. Funeral an
pouncement! later. Body at
Webb k Clough.
RIGD0.N & SON
Webb & Clough
215 Chemeketa St.
Kill the Squirrel,
Gopher and Mole
at a Small Expense and
No Danger to Stock
ous to 'Handle, and Sure to
This Gas Ball has given
wonderful results in Call
fomia where it has been
used for the past year.
We have secured the agency
for this section and sell it
both wholesale , and retail.
D. A. WHITE . &
251 Stale St. Salem, Ore.
The county court has aprroved
the final report of Henry DuVal,
executor of the estate of Andrew
DuVal. According to the pro
visions of the will the executor
paid each of the two sons $5 each.
The two daughters, Elida Bow
man and Elsie Weaver, were each
Quitclaims for .V0
III t 1(1111) il'I qrrw i
Charles F. Simon, one of the '
heirs of Isabelle Simon, has sold
his interest in the estate for
$5000. The land is adjoining the
Willamette river about four miles
northwest of Quinaby.
Dr. Kantner, pastor of the First
Congregational church, has re
turned and will hold services on
Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. No evening service.
MLhh Mulligan to Tea
Miss Vesta Mulligan, daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Mulligan
of 1660 Fairmount avenue, who
graduated from Willamette uni
versity with the class of '19 and
last year completed a course in
the San Francisco National Train
ing school, in preparation for
home missionary work, has ac
cepted a position in the Frances
De Pauw mission school for Mexi
can and Spanish girls in Los An
geles, where she will teach Eng
lish and general science in the
high school department. She left
for Los Angeles August 31.
Box Vo4hI, S:t..V Per Iinml
Prompt delivery. Spaulding
Logging Co. Adv.
Campers Must Movtv
Begging on the part of camp
ers who were stopping at the foot
of Chemeketa street, near the gas
works for the night, was the ba
sis for complaints coming into
the police station Thursday night.
Officer White was detailed to in
vestigate, and finding the report
to be true, ordered the offenders
out of town.
Gray Belle Past ry
Scrre Gray Belle French Pas
Horses Run Ioose
Campers in the vicinity of Tur
ner and Lee streets annoyed the
neighbors Thursday by allowing
their horses to run at large over
their yards and gardens. Offi
cer Branson of the police depart
ment was sent to investigate the
conditions and obVined promises
from the campers that they would
be tied up.
Iatwr Day Dancer
Come to the big Labor Day
dance. Dreamland rink 9 p. m.
Greatest jaza orchestra In valley.
Ileal large hardwood floor.- Adv.
Freight IJI'cks Traffic
'A complaint that a Southern
Pacific freight train had blocked
traffic from the Southern Pacific
station to Court street for about
a quarter of an hour was entered
at police headquarters Thursday
GOLD BRAND China cups and
saucers Special, 20c each.; C. S.
West Salem Methodist Kpiwcopal
Alexander Hawthorne, pastor.
Sunday school 10:30; Epworth
league ?; preaching at 8 by the
pastor. Subject: "Individual Re
sponsibility." Tuesday evening,
singing practice at 7:30; Wednes
day evening Sunday school board
meeting 7:30; Thursday evening,
prayer meeting 7:30; Friday eve
ning, fourth quarterly conference
at 7:30. Dr. E. E. Gilbert,; super
For a few days only 5 loads
16-inch mill wood. $1 6.25. Spauld
ing Logging Co. Adv. .
Applications continue to come
In to the registrar of Willamette
university for registration for the
coming school year. Among those
whose applications were received
yesterday are the following: Jack
Burleson of McMinnviUe. He was
awarded a scholarship by the Or
egon conference, and out of six
state Institutions to wrhich .he was
eligible on the scholarship, chose
Willamette university. Miss Alice
Heacock of Portland, Miss Mary
L. Sarr of the Mabton, Wash.,
high school; Miss Mary May, a
graduate of the Okanogan, Wash.,
Rooster Ivlves in Arizon
Peter Corpstein, who formerly
lived in this part of the Willam
ette valley and acquired valuable
fruit property in the Liberty dis
trict, is now a resident of Phoe
nix, Ariz. According to letter
heads, he is thought so well of in
that city that he is now: serving
as mayor. But at the same time
he deems it a pleasure to continue
his membership in the Salem
Law Library for sale, i W. W.
Bailey," Brownsville, Or. Adv.
Miller Bevier. 77." North Cot
tage street, has purchased and
r ' -
taken charge of the Ferndale gro
cery at North Cottage and Union
streets. The proprietor announc
es that a first class grocery stock
will be carried.
W. M. Hamilton has been named
chairman of a committee of Ctaer
rians to confer with the state fair
board and take up the matter of
just what part in the program
- ..... .
the Cherrians will take on Boost
era' day, Tuesday, September 27.
This conference will be held in
tinie-for a full report to be made
by Mr. Hamilton at the regular
monthly meeting of Cherrians to
be held next Tuesday night at
the Commercial club.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catolog on application.
Will fio It Fort Monroe .
Capt. Clarence Collins. Fifth
company, coast artillery, Albany,
has been detailed by the adju
tant general's office to attend
school for coast artillery officers
to he held at Fort Monroe. Vir
ginia. The school will continue
Insanitary Conditions Alleged
A complaint of unsanitary con
ditions in the Kenllworth grocery
of 12 South Church street has
been entered at police headquar
ters by B. C. Miller of the Mil
ler apartments. The matter has
been referred to the sanitary de
partment for Investigation. ?
Buns Away Twice
For the second time in this city
Donald Oass of Portland has been
picked up by local police officers
for running away from his home.
Yesterday he was brought to the
station by Officer Birtchet where
he finally admitted that it was
the second time that he had left
home. His father, Fred Oass of
351 Margurite street. Portland,
was notified, and at the father's
request the bay was put on the
Portland stage and sent to his
The Western Pipeless Furnace,
better than ever, and less money
than others of like construction.
For Spanish War Veterans Only
The annual national encamp
ment of Spanish War veterans
will be held at M nneapolis this
yrear, beginning September lt.
and those who wish to attend will
be given a special fare. But no
one except these veterans will be
allowed to take advantage of the
special rate, as before purchasing
a ticket must bo signed showing
their services in that war.
Good Month, for Goph
The month of August was a
fine month for those who worked
hard enough to make a little ex
tra money in claiming the state
bounty on. gophers, moles and
graydiggers. Th amount paid
amounted to $432.45 during Aug
ust and there Is still plenty of
money in the county fund for all
who wish to avail themselves ot
the bounty offered to reduce the
number of the.se animals in the
One resident hunter's license
was issued yesterday and that
was to Robert L. Schoelder of De.
Bath Room Iujh
Bath room rugs greatly reduc
ed. See window display. C. S.
Farm amea Recorded
Joe H. Bonner of Bridge Creek,
Marion county, has filed for rec
ord the name he chose for his
farm of 160 acres. He is now en
titled to call it "Mountain Air ".
and in filing his registration of
farm name, no one else may use
the name. James C. Bonner also
filed a name for bis farm of 10S
acres, and he has chosen that of
"Hill Brook Farm." Both farms
are southeast 'of Silverton.
Taken Up New IJne
Fred E. Mangis. of Mang'
brothers, with office at 542 State
street, has just accepted the agen
cy for the , Travellers Insurance
company. He has taken up this
new line of work in addition te
his duties as a member of the firm
of Mangis Brothers.
Discharges FUed .
The following discharge papers
were filed for record yesterday at
ht the county clerk's office: Ray-,
mond Randall Rng-gles, boats
wain's rrmte second class; Melvin
E. Magueren, private in the air
Fervice; Albert H. Dean, 'private
in artillery service.
Large celling fan.
trie Co. Adv.
Is Old Timer
Ed. Usafovagn of Oakland. Cal .
who wa8 a Salem boy and left this
city about 30 years ago. spent a
couple of days in this city vis'ting
old friends, and leaves south to
day on his homeward way. He is
accompanied by Mrs. Usafovage.
They have been visiting his moth
er in Tacoma. making the trip tn
their auto. Charles Usafovage,
father of Ed., wis an old time
shoe dealer in Salem, but the fam
ily went to Tacoma eome 30 years
ago. Ed. has ben in the automo
bile business In the cities around
San Francisco bay. but he is Just
now taking life easy.
i. P. Axley Leave
J. F. Axley left yesterday by
the Southern Pacific on a trip of
several days to California, He ex
pects to v'?lt in Ran Francisco.
Oakland. Berkeley. San .lose and
Santa Rosa. H will visit 'with
his son Seth. whose home is in
Berkeley. Setb. who is well
known in Salem was recently mar
ried to Miss Al'ce Cameron ot
Special price on glass tumblers
C. S. Hamiltoji. Adv.
Court Grant Petition
Anna W. Cross, executrix ot the
estate of E. C Cross, petitioned
KJ the county : court yesterday . for;
permission to distribute $500 of
the estate. Of this amount, 25o
was for herself as executrix and
$125 to each of the other two
heirs. Veda May Byrd and Curtis
B. Cross. The petit'on was ap
proved by the county court and
the order issued. The K ' l
Cross estate was appraised at i
$94,301.56 of which $20,000 was :
Realty A ''social inn Success
The Marion County Realtors
association, which was officially
organized a few months ago. hac
already proven to be a success,
according to th? opinion of a num
ber of real estate dealers in fc'a
lem. During August, there wer.
more than $30,000 worth of real
estate sale m?d through the
central listing office. Through
this office there hare also been
hundreds of replies received to
advertising place t in eastern farm
Front office room.
Labor Day to be Quiet
Everything points to a very
quiet day in Salem next Monday,
especially ag everyone who can,
!F4 preparing to take an after
summer vacation of two days. The
only stores that will be open next
Monday are drug stores which
will keep open their regular busi
ness hours, and meat markets.
L which will remain open until 10
o clock in the morning.
Speed Cop Injnreii
,J. B. Ray. the West Salem speed
cop. suffered severe injury at S
o'clock last night. He was on
his motorcycle trying to catch a
speeder and was crowdeo into the
ditch just beyond the ra Iroad
crossing on the road leading to
Dallas. Mr. Ray was attend by
Dr. J. O. Matthi. whose residence
is in West Salem, and he thinks
he will" soon recover, though h-?
suffered a number of painful
bruises, the neck and head injury
being the worst
Blankets and comforts at prices
to get your business. Hamilton's.
Heir Lives in Germany
The estate of Gotthard Muchen
thaler, who died August 31, has
been appraised at $250. The next
of kin lives in Dusseldorf. Ger
many. Joseph Scherbrlng has
been appointed administrator.
In McDona'd Fruit Tracts
Elam Q. Fuller and wife have
sold to G. H. Cox and wife, tor a
consideration of $1800. the south
half of lot 11 of the McDonald
fruit tracts consisting of one-halt
acre. The land is just west of
the fair grounda.
McKee Fnnerat Held
Funeral services of the late
Patrick F. McKee, who died re
cently at h's residence at Eureka
Cal., were held from St. Joseph's
Catholic church yesterday. In
terment was at the Catholic cem
etery. The remains were received
in this city by Rigdon & Son.
Jack Lacker Returns-
Jack Lucker, well known in
Willamette university circles dur
ing the past school year. Is back
In Salem, having reached nere
Thursday night. He "has been
working in the harvest fields in
Full Line IngemoU Watch
Tyler's Drug Store.Adv.
Home From Neskowin
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Denton
accompanied by Mrs. Denton's
mother, Mrs.. G. Steir.er, arc home
from a two weeks' outing at Nes
kowin and other points on the
Property Appraised .
The estate of Mary A. Booth.
Incompetent, of Silverton, has
been appraised at $14,914, half
of which is money in bank. The
appraisers were C. A. Reynolds,
J. A. Campbell and A. Hamer.
Newport Merchant Here
O E. Franzke, merchant of
Newport, was in Salem yesterday
en route to Newport on his re
turn from a buying trip to San
Kranrisco. Mr. Traike is a very
enthusiastic booster for Newport,
and an all-round optimist. He
considers business prospects for
the coming season as exceedingly
Wanted to Iend
$1000. $300, $500 and larger
sums now on hand on real prop
erty security; $100 on piano se
curity. Elmo S. White. Masonic
Reported by Union Abstract
Jenn'e Tolman to A. and Rose
Croy. part of Blcck 13. Cap. Park
add. to Salem. $10.
Dora and W. R. Lander to Al
len and Martha Mills, lots 6. 7. 8.
block 3. Brooks. $300.
Francis X. and Marv V. Moisan
to Winifred Coffindoffu. 16. 81
acres sec. 2l-6-2w, $1.
Douglas T. and Vera R. Potter
to P. L. and Stella E. Blackerby.
SVfe lot 4 and part of lot 3 Yew
Park add. to Salem. $10.
John M. and Marget Kolen to
W. 11. Vearrier. lot in Silverton.
WJlltam Welntich to Addle Ver
rler. KV4 to SVv'4 section 26-7-le.
Charles F. Simon to Rose r.
Simon. R7.42 acres n sec. -l--
Charles F. Simon to Charles
Jos. Simon. 9 acres sec. 2 3-6-3 w.
lOrville C. and Pearl Cardwell
to C. F Mama, lot 4. block 3,
Cardweli's add. to Falem. $10. -
Elam G. and Alice R.. Fuller to
H. G. and Myra Cox. S lot H
McDonald Fruit tract. $1900.
P. F. and Minnio Stolsheise to
Fred C. Sohermac.her. lot 77.
Lwald Fruit farms, $10.
Lauren da Ehiinore Goodhue to
J. M. and Cora K. Lippold, lot S,
black 2, Cap. Park add. to Salem,
Mis Flora Case, city librarian.
was in Silverton yesterday on
Mrs. J. B. Littler, Mrs. E. E.
Upmeyer, Robert Littler and Wal
lace Griffith drove to Portland
Miss Bell Zager of Aumsville
was a Salem visitor Friday.
Real Estate is Moving
Local Concerns Report
The real estate business . is
picking up, decidedly, in Salem,
and all the active realtors are re
porting more inquiries, and more
business, than for a long time.
Joseph Barber & Son have in
the past few days sold a J 6.000
house In Portland, to James Hall,
an engineer of the Southern Pa
cific railroad, who has been living
at 370 North Thirteenth street,
and who will henceforth make
his home la Portland.
They have also sold the resi
dence at 1045 Gaines avenue, Sa
lem, to U. S. Crowder of Wyom
ing, who, with his family, will
soon come to Salem to live.
Also a five-acre tract on the
Turner road to a Mr. Gynson.
Also two choice lots In South
Salem to Rev. W. M. Garner of
Seaside, who will build and come
to Salem to make his home.
September Starts Well
In Licenses to Marry
The month of September is
starting out strong in marriage
licenses issued by the county
clerk. Yesterday three were is
sued, and almost four. In the
latter case, when the couple ap
plied for the license, it was dis
covered that the bride's home was
in Multnomah county, and no li
cense could be issued in thi3
county. The three granted li
censes yesterday are as follows:
r orest Rycraft of Lebanon, a
teacher, and Alta Matten of rural
route 6, Salem, also a teacher.
George Croisan of Salem, who
gave his occupation as a sales
man, and Esther Marie Busch of
John Armstrong of Portland.
who gave his occupation as that
of farming, and Rose M. Thomp
son, a nurse, of Salem.
King Bing Makes Call
f;or First Fall Meeting
Cherrians will receive not'ee
through th mai' n a dav or two
in which King Bing Knowland
not'fies them thtt i:ie first get
together meeting of the fall will
be held at the Commercial club
next Tuesday evening at 6:15
The meeting will be in the
form of the regular monthly din
ner and the inxitation to attend
rather intimates that as the plate
will be reservod, u will cost each
Chrerrlan Just the Fame, eating
or not eating.
For this first meeti-ng. King
Ping announces that a special en
tertainment will be prepared,
something not iieretofore witness
ed by Ohrrians. Then, of course,
there wJll come up for discussion
the big thing as to what the Cher
rians will do Tor Boosters' day,
September 27, Tuesday, at the
Sheridan Hop Picking
To Begin Next Monday
SHERIDAN, Or.. Sept. 2.
(Special to the Statesman) Hop
picking will commence in this vi
cinity pext Monday according to
announcements of local growers.
Th-? yield will vary, some ownerB
reporting large crops while oth
ers say; they expect a light run. F.
H. lie oer with a 30-acre field one
mile north of town, has the larg
est field near Sheridan. The ma
jority of grower have thir yield
already contracted at prices from
23 to cents.
Here you have so many more
pretty designs to pick from and
our policy of low profit gives
you a better value In. the long
run; See our stationery firjt.
103 No. Com! St. . Phone 64
First Sec Our
AT PARK IS 1444
Number is More Than Half
of Registration for Whole
Of Last Season
A total of 144 4 cars were reg
istered during the month of Aug
ust at the Salem auto camp
grounds, which is over half as
many as were registered during
the entire season las; year. Ot
this number only 110 cars were
picnickers from Salem and vicin
ity. Next to Oregon, which sent 412
cars here, Washington sent the
largest delegation. 315 cars from
that state registering. Thirteen
cars came from Canada and two
from Mexico. The complete list
of states, with the number of
cars from each, follows: Oregon,
412: Washington, 315: Califor
nia, 250; Idaho, 42; Montana, 31;
Kansas. 24; Illinois. 22; Colorado.
?1: Iowa, 17; New York, 16:
Minnesota. 13; Nebraska. 14;
Ohio, 14; Oklahoma. 14; Michi
gan. 12; Indiana, 12; Texas, 11;
Pennsylvania, 10; Wisconsin, 10;
South Dakota, 7; Wyoming, 7:
Rritish Columbia, 7; Utah, 7;
North Dakota. 6; Missouri, 7;
Nevada. 4; Arizona. 4; Alberta,
Can.. 3; Massachusetts 2; Flori
da, 2; Virginia, 2; Saskatchewan,
Can., 2; Connecticut. 2; Washing
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
Established 168 !
General Banking Business !
Office Hours from
Best Creamery Butter, per
Our Regular! ;
' ! 1
Veribest Cheese, per pound. L..l -u.il.25c
Breakfast Bacon, per pound.....!.. . i:.25c
No. 5 Pure Lard.. ..J .I ... i 75c
Libby's Milk, 9 cans for U..M.....S100
Royal Chinook Salmon, 2 cans for... ......L. 25c
Van Camp's Pork and Beans, per can. 10c
Snider's Catsup... ......i....---...-..- 435c
American Sardines, 5 for......
Deviled Meat, 5 for
Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 2
Shredded Wheat, per package...
Crape Nuts, per package ...Lgk. ......
Rolled Oats, 4 lbs. for. .
60-70 Prunes, per lb.
Corn Starch, 2 packages for..
22 bars Borax Naptha Soap
Large package Sea Foam
They're New Fall Hats !
And They're Being Sold at Reduc
tions of from $250 to. $8.00
This i3 an opportunity for every woman
in Salem to get a pretty fail and winter
hat at a great reduction in some cases it
will halve your millinery ball. ;i
Closing Out Sale
Because we must sell our stock as soon
as possible this is the only reason we
can make these low prices, j We're going
but of business and must sell everything
in stock. Salem women get the benefit of
our loss. , . , .
MRS. L. G. CpRTIS
BnMins 1 , I25 North High St.
if. CL! ij ilexicoj 1; Toronto.
New Jersey. 1: Vermont.-
1; Kentucky. 1; West Virginia, 1
and Arkansas 1. f
Superintendent T. O. Albert or
the grounds predicts hat next sea
son's record will be even greater
"T&e travel will increase as the
amount of paved road Increases,
and Oregon roads are Improving
all ofi the while," he says.
RICKEV XKW3 :
A Redding of Interest to this
community was that of Alice
Schaller and Fred Dlekmaa which
took place In Salem August 2S.
Mrs. Diekman s -at aucceaafut ,
Marion county teacher and Mr.
Diekmaa is Interested la pron
and herry growing, i ,
Margaret Mageo is visiting ner
Mrs. A. L, Baker ot Mm
Hager and on' are havlnr
clover hulled this week.
Mri. Kermano spent Saturday
afternoon in Salem, j '
Mri and Mrs. L LJ Blnegar of
Central Howell v'.sited their aon
A. Wj Blnegar Thursday.
Pickling Spices ';
WM. GAHLSDORF ;
135 N. Liberty Phone 67
10 a. im. to 3 p. m.
pound... L. 48c
packages for "l 25c
.: 1 5c
175 3. Commercial Street