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T1IE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
' - J CHMSTIAK ;
First Christian. Center ' ass" Hig h
streets. J, J. Evsns, pastor. Interestim
Bible srfcaal eerv-ir. at :4S. Ir. B. C
Epl7 direetins the piirrmm. -v. Tha pa
tor will epesk at 11 o'rtock. Hpecial
uiunw sad etber (eat ares ( value. There
will be a. eveaina; arrir.. To. roajri
cation wdl joia with ether cnurhe in
Ik seioa program at the perk at 4:30.
Cosrt Rtreet Ckristisn Xorta Seves
Umuth and twrt streets. Bible vraool
at :4S a.", Kennon. Te Jewer ei
the Personal teoeh." Big contest be
tween th intermediate and seowr
deavorera atarta toaht' at 1 pJ. ' Tw
lesdera a tba meetiay . New idaa in
roasting points fair ta fcotn sides. Coma
hear about it, yaong paopla. KagaHtie
mrnWw at a p.". A soul stirring n.e
auga by tha psstor. "Tba Fewer of tha
Cross." Monthly board meeting Monday
p.a. 0 Thor4iy arming at 8 o'clock
thera will ba anotbar maating of tha
3 evaaswiiatie eoaamitt. aad ambwi lot
prayer and lurtaer plaaaing. Wt Unto
yoa to oar services. A hearty loom
awalu yen. ' K. L. Pstnam. paster.
Firat Methodist Kpiaeopal Caitrck and
RtaU streets. Bleiss K. Kirkpatrirk,
, aaiaiater. Claas meeting 9:13 m the
ortteweat . rooaa. dowaetairs. '- Monday
-JS a.m.. 1. B. Littler, auperia-
leaden!. Morning i warabip 11 o'eloek
A or enlqoe rtia baa been planned.
. It will ba a rating people's service. If
yoa want aa hour of genuine inspirstion.
m at this moraine and worsaip wita
as. Tha paalor-will bo in charge, a-
iated by a group of lira young people
at the rharrh. It will be worth rear
whii. afternoon Park . service 4:30
'.'.i.u-b Thia la a anion aervire to which
all are welcome. The apeeker will be
K. Warrringtoa, , aerretary Y.H.C.A., at
o.A.O. Kpworth laa Bi'ot at 7 p.ss.
Th.r. will ba ao evening servire. Mid-
weak service a o'clock Thursdav - Mir
fUaadiaaviaa Mathodiat Episcopal
TifLMnih and UU1 streets. Dafid C. Haa
mmi gaataltna. Hnadar nomine aerrica at
11 'o'clock, evening aerriea at 8 elocki
Hundar acbool. la o'clock. Oust Ander
' aoo. aoperlntandent. Mid-week prayer
Mrtiag and Bible . study t Wrdnaaday
mwmin at a o'clock, lb ladica' aid
will aieot at tha borne of M re, Ostria,
-.e J - f h m .4 w ftfUriuiail
Auguat loik. Yao are-eordiall inntod
to tbeae tacetinga. '
Jaaon I-ea Mamortal . Xetnod'iit !pia-'
eonal Bandar acbool at :5, C. M
l Roberta. auBrlnteadeat. Junior church
' . 11 mmAmr tha teadcrahlO Of Kc. lfflc
ed. Preaching at 1 1 by Ir. Carl tiretrg
Doaey, preaideat wiuamauo, (.niverany.
la tba arenlng al o'clock tha Euaorth
league will have -charge of the aerrica
Iteuorta will ba made of tba League ia
aUtnta at . falls City. Jatt
V Italia Methodlal Eplacopaf Son tH Com
iM Uniri tier la. II, F. Peni
brrtoa, pantor. rMnndayaehool meeta at
a-xK . K A. Kliotan. aunenntenaeni.
A good school well condncted for people
all ages and aH sorts. Epworth feagna
eetiac at T pja. A ua aaeevag wn
fiae enahaaiaam for tha beat ia lua. Uvr
oong people wilt welcome all otoera wao
Morawg woraana ai m-
cr. E. C Powell wilt prch. vr. Powm
a nreacher of' naaansl power. low
ill eirjojr bearing him. Ia the evening
8, Itrv. A. . Jiauigaa wiu preacn.
Unlliran ta alwsva worth hearing.
on will enjoy this meeting iw tha eool
the day. We will welcome- yoa rer-
ially at ail of tbeae services;
T.ibertr Street Evangelical Center and
Liberty streeta, . . Uenibg. 8r paa-
tor. Sunday school at iu a.m. ireacaing
arrvices at 11 ajn. The evening serrtees
II be at 7 ii-Bi- rounr people's aieeting.
snd preaching at 8 p.m. Tkeaa nervieee
ill he mi inn at Oottace Htreet Kvsacel-
ical. O. V. Lieaing. Br will preach.
The annual camp meeting and eonvea-
mn will liecis next Wednesday .at me
Kvanntlieal eampgroiuid at Jennwig Lodge
and will be held until auaaay- tne ?uia.
incluaive1. Coma and worabip with aa.
fit. Pant's Church "Tha Little Church
Around - the Corner." Her. H. Uoncan
hambera. rector. This- beina the first
Kundar in the mouth there will bo two
celebrations of the Holy Euehariat, the
first at 7:30 and the second at II. witti
aermon. The topic will ba "Sincerity."
The church school wilt meet at 9:45
as usual. All moat cordially invited and
welcome to Hi. Paul s.
' IGNITION CO. v
We have' j tot been ap
pointed "the only official
render factory service xn ,
Delco ,Klaxon, and Remy
electrical apparatus in
Salenv " This department
is operated btf B;Me Lis
bakken who has had nine
' years experience, having
been with the factory
and their branches as in
' spectof and service su
perintendent until ' com
ing here.' . ,A complete
stock of general factory
-. repair parts now; on ,
. hand. h :
Come in and obtain f ree
" inspection " and expert
z advice coricerriirig r the
I care of your ., electrical
1 system. VT .
v 540 Chemeketa St. .
v Phone 426
awAtiags will ran regntarrjr. during tae
vacatioa vv Praer aaI iraie , ser
vira as aaaal OS Tbarsday at 7:46 p.m.
Thia week it will be ander tbe dim-t.oa
of too riabbath sehooU . t
Rev. J. R. Ba.-k. paator. - Maaaes o
Sunday at 7 :S, and lt:30. iswedi
tioa follows Ut aiu. Commencing witii
Hundav Auif. nth., there Witt !e but
two niUM on Monday, one at ft rlut-k
and . one at 1. with - benedtrtion aftrr
ljtt mi . eit weeic tae p-Ur will
bo at Colnmbia l.'Bivrity. Portland, at
tenduir the annual retreat for the eier
y. - No nix daring tife week cant
Valley Wheat Excellent -
"i Says Veteran Dealer
It is etated by D. A. White, the
yeteran grain buyer and seeds
rcaa, that the Willamette valley
never produced a better quality
of fall wheat than this season.
It is hard, and exceptionally
clean, and full -weight, and in
every way is a positive surprise
to those who had feared it woatdf
fail altogether. ' The yield Is not
have run up to 25 bushels to the
acre. One ISO-acre field in Polk
county produced 23 bashels per
acre, though it should hve ben
4d bushels. If the mi us had come
The ab?enc2 cf weeds and for
eign Btuff, however, Is especially
iKiticeaLle. aeordiag . to Mr.
White. Usually it has been neces
sary to screen the grain, even for
thicken feed, but this J ear it
comes clean and hardl
. The price is low only 95 cents
to a possible dollar -a bushel.
Some ear iy wheat, for immediate
feeding, brought a little more
than a dollar, but the way the
Chicago market has tumbled has
rJiued the local market likewise.
SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 6, 192 i
aeWJaaaamamamamamaaMaaaaa ' " ' ' a-mm-mmam. '
MAY PUT OFF
Postponement of Season
Probably Necessary Be
cause of Fires
Postponement of the deer hunt
ing season in Oregon, which opens
August 20. may be necessary as
a precaution against forest fires4
if the present dry weather con-j ways a menace
tlnues to that date.
This was the statement yester
day of F. A. Elliott, state forest-
!er", wac"is in conference with
Governor Olcott relative to condi
tions in lhe Oregon timber, areas,
j ' Goventor May Act
Should the hunting season 1
postpored it would b by proclam
i atlon ot the governor, who has au-
thorn v to set asidd the law of
coni'tions, as represented to him
by tba state forester, warrant the
The deer hunting season oins
in both eastern and western Ore
gon on August 20.
The entire forestry organisa
tion ot the state, supplemented by
several government airplane pa
trols, is already overburdened
with handling the fire situation.
The operation of hunters is al
to the forests it
the weather is cry.
While there are no large fires
in. the state at the present time
numerous small ones are reported.,--
Aa east wind for 24 hours,
said State Forester Elliott, "would
cause the fires to become a dis
astrous as they were in 1510." '
SAX FRANCISCO. Aug. 5.-r
Rec-!pta: Hy 1? tns; unCnn"
ed.: ... 5:::v'r- ' -
Classified Ads. in The
-1 Rtntcsman Bring Results
la theorlgiaal and only scJentlflc met hod of ZS
It 19 never rough nd seldom palnfuU W Kta results. .
It is the only school of mechanical tvatment .Ulns paj-
aicianfa full four year course of atudy. . " ....
The following aro regular raduated. licensed OsteopatWe
Physicians In Salem: , - , '
dr. il b. wnrra dr. sons i. ltxch
DR. I. C MAJCSHAXli ' ,
Hirhland Friend Highland Avcnre
Dd North Church street. I. O. snd Ida
Lee. ministers. Bible school st 10
m t'nrtoa Ross, auperinleniiesi. un
seeount of tha ramo meetine now in two-
Creaa. at the atate fair Krounda there
ill be no Breachinc service at our ennren
on this .Sunday. We invite eaeryhody to
the camp aieetlnf. Good singing, ex-
ceuent prescbinK. We sre expecting a
freat day Services at lU:ao a.m.. -i:3i
and 7:30 pjn. The regular prayer meet-
ng at the ehurcb on Thursday at 8 p.m.
Central Congregationyineteenth and
Ferry. ' Clsylon Jud,v. minister. Combin
ation ' service of. Hunday aehool and
rhnrch at 10 ajn. M. B. E. Edwards.
uuerintendeat. The specisl program win
no nailer the leaderahio of Ur. r. r..
Brown. Senior and Intermediate Chriat-
Ian endeavor, at 1 p.m. Evening- service
of eon r - and worshio with sermon, by
Leslie Bailey, st 8 o'clock. A rorilial
invitation is extended to all.
' tnrrTED bretheen.
First t'nited Krethren Twelfth and
Mission. C. 9. Johnson, pastor. Handay
school st 10 a.m. O. B. Bowman, super
intendents RerWea at II. subiect:
"Answered Prerer. Jnnior C. E. at 0. i
Mr i. Burns. anierintendent. Senior ;.
E. at 7.- Hilda Berkev. oresKlenU lUblo
atudy by t'elia Oobler,. services at 8.
i 1 f . ... - Tt. ,
pnujeri ji Vjjtfnu ok iew. a io;-i
meeting st r clock, wedoeiday even-
Ina. Everybody invited. . '
Lntherun East fitate and Kigbteenth
atreeta. Geo. Koehler, paator. Hiinday
anhool at 9:45 a.m. Piviae aervine at
10:30 a.m which is held in the Knglinh
language. The pastor will prascJt Aa tha
epistolary lesson of tne eigin nnnoay
after Trinity and his subject is iiov
do I Know 1 am a Christian t" oCme
aad hear it. There will ba no evening
i n r 1 ill i L-i W w :
: : -jii ml 'I t. I r' ? i f . ,. P
RPtsmiAUST CHUttCtt 1
Rervicea 14HO Broadway 8 p.m., R. E.
rdoa. minister. 8 object Sunday. "Kpii-
itusl Interpretation of the Bible."' Phil
osophy class Tueaday 8 p.m. All wel
f THB. BETHEIi H0MS
1500 Ferry street, phone 698. Mary
E. Burkbee. pa a tor. Services, Sunday
aehool at 0:4a a.m. preaching at 11
o'clock. Prayer meeting and Divine heal-
In r. teachennr. Tuesday and f rnasy
eveninga at 8 o'clock. We pray for the
sick, Cod heals. All are welcome.
, CHBXSTXAH 8CTXNS0
First Church 440 Ctremeketa ttreet.
Snndav mornina services at ll a.m. -Sub
iect, of lesson sermon: "Spirit. " Sun-
dav , achoof at 0:45 a.m. Wednesday
evening testimonial feetinf it & o'clock,
Ueadinr room 20H Masonic letnpie, open
everr day except Holidays and Sundays
from 11:15 to 5:80 p.m. All are oor
dialW invited to ur services and toour
reading room, , '
" CHURCH OT OOD '
1848 Horth, Church street. J, X Gil-
leaoie. nastop. . Sunday aehool 10 a.m.
Preaching, servteo n a.m. suoject - im
Return of Cod's People from , ilytry
Babylon and the Bnilding of the ilesv
ealy Jemaalcm.' ' Young people' aeet-
Ing - -an preaenins; service t:au
n.m.' Prayer meeting edneaday 1 ewen-
II ic . . i . . - . am ciui. Haw. .uk mw ..ww
burn waa a read success for Got in tha
salvation of aoule.' - , -.. .-.a
4 aOSaiONART alXIANCE
Chriatiait and -iliasionary Alliance
Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Casweir. 425 ."vortn
Winter street, leaders. Vsual ssrviees
this afternoon st 832 South Commercial
atraet. Sunday aehool at 2 o clock, fol
lowed by tha gospel meeting at . Also
at tha same place next Thursdsy ' after
noon, Angust 10, the regalar Tfcarsdsy
meeting, begianinr at 2:30 o'clock. AD
most cordially welcome.' - j
B-ETORICED CHURCH .
Capitol and Marion street. . Sunday
school 10 a.m. Preaching acrvica (Ger
man) 11 a.m. Mo. evening service. J.
Denny, pastor. '. . t
First Presbyterian On Church street,
between Chemeketa and, Center, i Ward
Willis (.eng. "minister. Sabbath Softool
meeta at B:4S a.m. .It. E. Barrett. Sup
erintendent. : At 11. a.m. Rev. K. W.
Warrington, "X.M.C.A. secretary st Ora
kos Agricultural College will . speak. on
,k. ti.i.l. "In Rnint and in Keality.
He also will deliver tba sermon at 4:Sft
! willeon .aark. The intermediate C.K.
wishes to ernnhssiie the fsct thst tha
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Here's your opportunity! "Western Auto" is this week giving with each tire sold
Western Giant, Pharis or Nebraska a guaranteed tube of corresponding size
absolutely free. Our prices still maintain their extremely low level, but. with
these tubes given in addition makes our tire values absolutely; unapproachable
12,000 Mile Guarantee
"Western Giants" represent the
very acme of tire building science.
No expense has been spared to
make them the most durable, skid
proof, fine, appearing and mile
producing tire possible to con
struct. , j '
Regardless of pries wt bellero there newer
has been another tire produced that cava
compare In any way to Western ' Qlanta.
Free tubes with Western Giants.
CORD TIRE PRICES
FABRICS !' 4
Nebraska Tires, while low In
price, are high iq quality.
Thousands of users testify to
their Tugged sturdiness and to
the fact that they almost in
variably greatly overrun their
The free tube with Nebraskas
makes a value that simply can
not be touched.
" 7000-Milo Guarantee
It ia seldom, indeed, that one house
carries the same make of tire for
over eight years. The fact that we
have done so with Pharis is suffi
cient indication of the excellent
service and evident satisfaction
the have rendered to our custom
ers. Pharis tires have helped build
Free Tubes with Pharla Tires.
FABRIC TIRE PRICES
c. Nebnskal Plurit ' I
WOO MUaa 10 KUsS
30x3 $7.65 $7.90
30x31 8.90 9.75
32x311 11.50 12.00
31x4 i 12.95 1325
32x4 1 15.40 15.90
33x4 I 15.65 16.15
34x4 I 15.95 1645
Great Accessory Values
"Western Auto has honestly earned its title of "Auto Supply
Headquarters' by carrying for motorist everything they could
need at a real substantial saving in price.
Come and see it at our salesroom
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S65 Reduction in Price
nlaking the new 1923 Stock Champion the biggest value
ever offered in the motorcycle field $345 f. o. b. Salem
with full electric equipment.
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. Come in and se this new model
:HOTy .W. Scott"
. . . . , rniE CYCLE MAN" :
174 South Commercial St. - Phone 68. - Salem, Oregon
Tha Aermor It tha horn with
thai locomotiva, toot it asks
for ths rosd rathsr than da
nandt It. By blanding four
tones together it produces a
melodious chime afVvaya aud
iblo abov tha din of traffic.
Complste, $6.95 to $10.50
1 i OIL
Lubrication ia thoUf of
tho motor. Get your oil
and - g t e a e at Western
An to. v We carry several
popular brands in all
BradeK.nd can auppy.your
n d a at a considerable
Keep a -cal can of oil ia
.your home ffarase.
I la tv
ml t ' ' -
ll V aafe BssIbb) flOaaBB ValHBfe ajaaak tosBt fc"?" bVbI flarVB aBSOS
V a a" w
A neeeaattr for closed
windows. Price tie.
Attach y.ur ledc. emblem to
the too of your motometer.
Give your Port a new heart ,
InetaJl a MASTER RTOP. ia
your timer. Price $1.00.
rats tbe gear shift knnb
wUhln your reach. Price $1.53
Locks aa the ihMlt positive
assoraace aaaiaat th.IU
Check up oa your ignition.
err aecarste, vet simple ta
use. Price $1.60.
Puta the "road- behind roa be.
fore your eyes." Save many
an. accident. la ta $SJO.
Improve, vomlerfnlly year
car's appearance. Price Us to
si.00. ' .
or nlcht. Sl.es.
A. aatttv. aaaiir
aao. ot istatr. aa
eddUtosi to your
:ar will prevent
.tall roar-end eol-
usiona. w o r K e
from yonr brake
pedal and la pos
itive la action.
Smu either ' day
Tea can't drive
aaXetr In any
a Boyce If eto
you th. laataat
lnc from any
cause and be
fore any dam
aa ta d e a a.
Price St.10 te
Greater Camp Values
Camp I Enjoy the great outdoors. Get your equipment
at western Auto. Our line is complete and our prices
Camp tables that won't Up eraaa.
Fold Int. amali apaea. Isaay
typea from which to eaooea,
, SS-ZS to S1SJO
Carry aJB yoar lnsvas. In
a piaeo whm It wUl in no
wieo lneoav.at.nc ar cr.wd the
occupants of year ear. SX.7S te
V3.25. , .
Do 'you fellows : know that
"Western Auto" puts out a
handy, compact catalogue of,
accessories nd supplies for
all autos, that is of interest
to every motorist? Come in
or write in for it.
Camping Goods Listed Also
m . hi
Pure, soft, virgin woof
blankets, 68x84 weighs but
Lights your entire camp
for a f a w cents a night.
$8J0 : .
. FIRST AID KITS
Should be carried with tho
camper at alt times. Con
tains all first aid necessi
ties. Price, $1.75,
BOYCO SERVICE UNITS
Tour little private aenrloe sta
ll, n wtta you at aJl tl
Prtoa S.0 to $7.11.
For no fa
MpyHL &I ' E, i3
MSrfr ',.5.'"f r ' "
WivMSi' W w i Fill-;.
i n i.
AUTO BEDS ,! c ;
ar eavxap. foe
Keep, liquid toe cold for 8 ev
S days. IM te SSOS.
All tho - popular a rrd bettor
typos of auto bods and camp
cot will b found at "West
ern Alto." 3.0 t $22,607
roidino- sas stoves, made iar tne
eonv.ai.Dc. of the camper. .Trie
$SJ0 t. $UO. y
125 N. High St. Salem, Ore.
Telephone ,796 f
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Visit ror storo axd lot oar csvmp xnsvn help yots- pick oat your
complete . csunp. ' We csxry etrory conceiva.bl cavmp oonUort
aad can outfit jwu Cor tha beach, trip, plcalo or transcozrUneatai
tour. . : - -
am a m -! eta sr $
a4 m s
k-l a.1 u uuu tsea taaw at mjjjLJt uuuuuu tOjbltcLJ t
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