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INVITING former-Rote bar g
friends of Mrs, R, B. Houston
as Tier guests, Mrs., C. P. .Bishop
was one of the delightful hostesses
of the week when' she entertained
Thursday afternoon In Mrs. Hous
ton's honor, MM." Houston, who
is' visiting here from Santa Rosa,
California, lived formerly In Rose
, burg, j 111, of ' the guests of the
afternoon," wept Mrs. E. Hofer
arid" ajJnto, yibingr former
Roseburf residents." Daffodils and
hyriatln,ilded adoring .atmo4
phere to tie "roomi. The hostess
8ervjigh"i7refreshment it the,
end pf the' afternoon, assisted by
Mrs"piilcens, Mrs. tuilette and
Mrsmasdff' Blahopr" ThosglftVrt
ed,fothe pleasura.L Mrs. Hous
ton were Mrs. Ronald Glover,
; Mrs. liyars, Mrs. Sherman Thomp
son,. Mrs.R. W. Marsters, Mr$.
MfcCall. Mrs Sheldon, Mrs. O: P;
Coshow.. Mrs. N. Pickens, Mrs. J.
Aj Bishop, Mrs. Gillette, Mrs. Ma
sonishop, Mrs. J. H. Carson, Mrs.
W.-Poorman, Mrs. Minto, and
Mrs. is. no fer.. ;;.J4i ;.
.'. I ..
: Miss ' Henrietta White f was
atnong those hearing Paderewski
at the Portland Auditorium Thurs-
, day night. Mrs. George White in
vited a small group of friends of
St Helen's Hall to share the con
cert with Miss White. ;. :
V?-' ' - v; :r
..The members of the Ceellian
Music club will hold their first
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Buy now; for ; Weddings;
. i JUniversaries, - Thanksgiv
; , ing, Christmas , v . '
i A J25 purchase entitles you
vi.to. privileges of our convenient
?cclub payment ! plan.1 Joltf TO-,
XJtCl. Youf last chance. ; ;
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f 388 STATE.
are 10, is, sor-so,
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format danelngparty of the year
this evening at Derby hall.
- A considerably 'little group of
local writers have " found favor
with the Overland Monthly, a Cal
ifornfa publication of which Harry
Noyes Pratt is editor. The May
issue will .be . devoted to Oregon
writers, "and those from Salem who
will be represented on the page of
verse,for the. issue: will be: Mrs
fi S. , Barton,", Mrs. Rath Fargo,
Mrs.' Gertrude Robison Ross, Miss
ATidr:.Buffcii; .toy: Relgelman,
and JV R, Tie Spain. Mrs. P. G.
Franklin has been influential in
establishing this Interest between
the magazine and the local writ
ers group. MK Paft, the editor,
is himself a poet of some note.
An antographed copy, of his recent
book of vefse, . "Hill Trails and
Open Sky'" is - In the possession
of Col'. E. Hofer.
The Starling Light Bearers of
the .First Presbyterian church will
be entertained this afternoon at a
party In the parlors of tlie.cbairxh.
Miss Carolyn Wilson, ,a senior
at Willamette university, " will
leave this morning to spend-the
spring vacation with her sister,
Miss Gladys Wilson, at Metollus
Miss Gladys Wilson is a teacher In
tht Metollus high school;5"
; Mrs. Earl Pisher entertained the
SATURDAY MARCH 22
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it- i t .
Service Tra FREE witli
Daughters of the - American
Revotution. Mrs. N. H. Looney
Jefferson road. .
YCecilian Musl& club formal.
The ladies of the GAR, 2:30
o'clock, the armory.
Woman's Republican Study club.
Mrs. Richard Cartwright. 2:00
o'clock. Judge McCourt, speaker.
Amicus club on the regular after
noon. Mrs. J. C. Ferry was a spe
cial guest of the group. After an
afternoon of pleasant needlework,
the hostess served a light lunch
eon. Spring flowers were used
about the rooms. The members
of the club are: Mrs. H. O. White,
Mrs. Charles Knowland, Mrs. Lee
Canfield, Mrs. J. H. Garnjobst,
Mrs. E. L. Kapphahn, Mrs. Ralph
Moudy, Mrs. A. Chapman, Mrs.
Frank Simons, Mrs. Lawrence Sim
mons, Mrs. Campbell and Mrs.
Mrs. B. C. Miles, who, on Tues
day underwent a critical opera
tion at the Good Samaritan hos
pital in Portland, is convalescing
nicely. She will be confined at
the hospital for probably a week
Miss Beatrice Walton and ,Miss
Nell Thlelsen are expected to ar
rive home sometime today follow
ing a motor trip through Califor
nia. Miss Walton and Miss Thlel
sen left Los Angeles a week ago.
Mrs. William H. Burghardt. Jr.
returned last night following a
few days in Portland. , a
The ladies of 'the Grand Army
will meet this, atteroopn at 2:30
o'clock at jthie araory,orVa social
meeting. . The members: are.. in
vited to bring . their needles rand
Mrs. T. S.'Roberta and Mrs. E.
W. Hobson "were Joint 'hostesses
for the regular March meeting of
the Faculty women's club, at the
T. S. Roberts home. 505 North
Summer street. Spring flowers
and vivid foliage gave the rooms
a delightful Erin atmosphere. Af
ter, a prelude of conversation in
the living room, the guests gath
ered upstairs, in the music hall
for an interesting piano and vocal
program. Miss Edith Findley play
ed a piano solo; and Miss Mary
She! and Miss Edith Findley a
piano duet. Miss .Nellie Ramp.
Professor Roberts playing her ac
companiment, gave vocal numbers.
Bobble Ramp, in Irjsh costume,
sang "Wearine thenGreBTi." The
St Patrick . theme was . again re
sumed la the menu, the hostesses
serving a pleasant. luncheon down
; . .
i iMisa Jenelle .Vandervort. 425
North Winter" street, will leave
this menring-for Seattle where' she
will attend a joint council of the
YW-YMCA. Miss TVandevort
holds the office of ndrthwest re
' o, . ; V ' '
I A ;Mahv J ongg pajty, , wth vM Jsb
Zoe Stockton hostess, -.was chosen
as the delightful way In which to
compliment Mrs. James Nicholson
on an evening earlier in the week
Mrs. D. A. Elkins was high score
winner. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Paul V. Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. D.
A. Elkins. Mr. and Mrs Ralph
Cooler, Mr and Mrs. William Mc
Gilchrist, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Cornoyer. Mr. and Mrs. James
Nicholson, and the hostess, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stademan and
little daughter. Joan, ind nephew.
Wilbur Stademan, motored from
The Dalles to be : the 'week-end
guests of Mrs. J. LilStoekjton,x
1 .; .!!!
Judge John MfCurVwill be t$ie
speaker of the afternoon when the
Woman's Republican Study club
meets Monday at 2 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Richard Cartwright
for the address and a tea hour.
' The members of the Kensington
club were pleasantly entertained
on Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. F. S. Anunsen
Bowls of daffodils, ferns, and fo
liage gave the floral atmosphere of
the afternoon. Needlework and
conversation, Interspersed w i t h
radio messages made the afternoon
pass quickly for the guest-group
which Included: Mrs. I. M. Dough-
ton,"Mrs. Herbert H. Hauser, Mrs
Frank Powers, Mrs. H. E. Morris
Mrs. Paul Hauser, Mrs, Albettj
Smith,. Mrs. George King, Mrs
N. C. Kaf ouryr- and Mrs. Otta J,
Wilson. At the. close of the after
noon the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Buy a complete Silverware
Set or select Individual
Come In and find out how'
easy it will be to have Silverware-
-as a gift, or for your
each 26-Piece Set
For Stiff, Swollen Joints
Rheumatic o r Otherwise
Says: "When Joint-Ease Gets
in Joint Agony Gets Out."
It was a high-class pharmacist
who saw prescription after pre
scription fail to help hundreds of
his customers to get rid of rheu
matic swellings' and stiff inflamed
And it was this same man who
asserted that a remedy could and
would be compounded that would
make creaky, swollen, tormented
Joints work with Just as much
smoothness as they ever did.
Now this prescription, rightly
named Joint-Ease, after being test
ed successfully on many obstinate
cases, is offered through progres
sive pharmacists to the millions of
people who suffer from ailing
joints that need limbering up.
Swollen, twingy, inflamed, stiff,
pain.-tormented joints are usually
caused by rheumatism, but what
ever the cause Joint-Ease soaks
right in. through skin and flesh
and gets right' to and corrects the
trouble at its source.
Remember Joint-Ease is for ail
ments of the joints, whether in
ankle, knee, hip, elbow, shoulder,
spine or finger, and when you rub
it on, you may expect speedy and
It is now on sale at all drug
gists for 60 cents a tube. Adv.
T. I. Harris and little Jean An
unsen served a light luncheon.
Mrs. Paul Hauser will entertain
the club on the third of April.
. -. . . . . . .
Mrs. Minna C. Budlong of Bos
ton was the guest-speaker of the
Oman's alliance of the Unitarian
church, which met yesterday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Roy
Burton. A business meeting pre
ceded Mrs. Budlong's informal
talk. Mrs. Martin Fereshetian
sang "Chanson Provencale," and
The Song of India."
To honor Miss Marjorle Harbert,
bride-elect, Misses Margaret and
Geraldine Collins were hostesses
earlier in the week for a miscel
laneous shower which was given
in the nature of a surprise. Guests
gathering for the Occasion were
Frances Pluv, Golda Wheeler, Al
ma Englebart, Anna Ward, Mar
garet Collins, Geraldina Collins,
Dortha Douglas, Hester Hllpot,
Myrtle Beecrott.and Carrie Edge.
Miss .Harbert's marriage is to be
an event bt April 11.
The, sn1r KffrsHra4di of the
frlr.. C I, .!.. . lA.1 W't.-,i.'.
f ul reheArstfs ttactexhe Ljjition
of Mrs. A. A. Lee, presented the
iwo-act comedy, 'Div.OurerAll,"
and the pageant, "Isabel's' Dream
of the World's Children" last night
at the church. '
The Oregon products , dinner,
sponsored last night at the Elks'
temple by the Salem Woman's cfub
piayweu be. pronounced a splendid
success. Mrs. Bishop made the
announcement that plans woiild be
made for holding such a banquet
each year. About 300 guests were
served during the evening. The
three long tables were decorated
with carnations and daffodils.
Mrs. W. I. Staley was In charge
of the dining room preparations.
When all was in readiness Mrs.
Seymour Jones, president of the
local woman's club, took her place
as toastmistress for the occasion.
The program which followed in
cluded toasts by Mrs. C. P. Bishop,
Harley O. White, E. A. Brown, R.
J. Hendricks, .a B. Gingrich, Edith
Tozier Weatherred, Ora f. : Mc
iatyre and Dr. Carl Gregg Doney.
The menu,' from napkins and
floral decorations to the candies
and - relishes, represented local
fonipanJea, and markets the Mc
Dowell market, the Knight Pack
ing company, . Pickens & Haynes,
Carl & Bowersox, Dixie Bakery.
Cherry City Bakery, Marion cream
ery, Weller Brothers, Salem Cheese
factory, P. M. Gregory, Tru Blu
Biscuit company, Drager Fmit
company, Dwight Edwards com
pany, Fairmount Dairy, Winstel
Candy company, Paiton Brothers.
Prince Wolfgang, KaiseiVNephewh Here in s
M. - Guise of "Wolfgang Wildhof," Business Man
If $r k' 5.- A - 3XI
' r 1 - y--ar' iTffTffT Bii r"" -
Prince i ,Wolfgang-)VIaurice o.
Hessp. is shown hero w)th Captataj.
Kind of, tba teeuqahl AmerKSt.
Wbich recently brought. the nephew
of .the , dethroned falser to New
York. . He. Is the Son Of PrlaeW
Margaret of Prussia, aister ot the
EiCliampion Mermaids Desert' MoridaV-Inviting"--;
T Waters for Thrills ' i Snow Sports in Canada!
Miss Eileen Rlggin and Miss
Gertrude Ederle were among the
fair swimmers who recently shat
tered . number of "records at
Miami. Leaving the sunny south.
and C. F. Brelthaupt all being
The committee in charge of the
general arrangements for the ban
quet included Mrs. C, P. Bishop,
Mrs.1. A. Elliott, Mrs. W. P. Lord,
Mrs. F. B. Southwick, Mrs. J. A
Churchill, with many others von
tribdting in 'work and cooperation.
Johnny Jones was the caterer. for
Mrs. E. E. Fisher was hpstes3
for Chapter G of the PEO Slster
hoqd when It members Of 'the
chapter met for the regular busi
ness session and social hour. In
response to roll call the members
present each gave a suggestion to
ward a program of civic improve
ment. Mrs. Fisher was assisted by
Mrs. G. W. Barker in the serving
of a light luncheon. Mrs. F. W.
Selee will be the next hostess, with
?Mrs. G. W. Barker in charge of
rthe program which will deal with
the topic of Brazil.
( NEW CORPORATIONS
' ' ' ; , . :, ' -
; ThefbUowirig articles' )6t incor
poration were filed yesterday with
the state corporation :ffep'artm'eht:
'' Woodruff Dirigible Headlight
company,, Po'ttlaod; incorporators.
A. C. Woodruff, J.iL. Priggs. D.
H.' Meyer; capital JpQ.OOp, 1
American. . Sheet iMetal Works,
Trtc., 'Portland; incorporators, C.
H. MTddjeioh; II. . . Hedinger,
Pauline MWdleton;,'- capital $10,
ooo. :l '. ) ." . .
I Gmma Phi RetajAltrmfoae; Eu
gene; incorporators, :Bule .Smith
White, Mary Staffdud, Leta Kiddle
Earl; assets, $3f00l
..Highway Safety Service, Inc.,
Portland; incorporators, D. A. Kel
ly. Jchn A. Lee, T. Walter Gil
lard; capital, $1000.
Astoria Civic Betterment asso
ciation, Astoria; incorporators, A.
G. Spexarth, Sven Lonberg, A. E.
Virginia Cafes, Portland; incor
porators, Theodore Dussin, Wil
liam Dussin, Christopher Dussin;
Western Oregon Packing corpor
ation, Corvallis; incorporators, H.
A. Lewis, C. D. Minton, Ira Hutch
in'gs, and others; capital $100, 00d.
Baker Golf and Country dub,
Baker; . incorporators, H. B.5 Ry
der, I. Fuchs, R. C. Frisbie; cap
Utalf-Oregon Coal company,
Portland; incorporators, T. D. Be
van, E. A, Lee, H. Borden Wood;
A permit to operate in Oregon
was issued to the Delta Land and
Timber company, Deleware cor
poration capitalized at $500,000.
James G. Wilson of Portland is
named as attorney-in-fact for Ore
gon. c-riner Ucrman emperofs. and
trtnce Frederic-Charies of IIcxso.
?rtnce Wolfgang, ;ba. reluctantly
admitted., his identity, described
himself as "a liana burg business
inan" aad said he was, in America
they went to Toronto o participate
in the winter sports. They took
part in a skiing event In the an'
nual Olympiad held in the Cana
CLOVERDALE, Ore., March 21
Rob Everett of Montana, arrived
here on March K to visit his
mother, while his, brbther Charles
Everett of Minnesota came a week
later, and. another, brother, Will
veretti of Oregon ..City, drove up
hursdav. while' the fourth one.
Louie. RambV, oi Harriaburg, came
Sunday, all'being home the one day
.4. J Ji- l yl t,"
for uut;iirst wrae ,vx, to years.
Their mdther Mrs. Helen Butzky,
is in very poor health and the
boys took this occasion to visit her
all at the same time. Some of
them may remain here for a few
weeks' visit, while spring work
causes the others to hasten home.
Mrs. Caroline Drager has been
quite sick the ast few days
John Thomas is working on the
section in Turner,
W. Farr is busy with his spray.
Mrs. Emma Wood, of Salem,
visited here Sunday with her sis
ter, Mrs. Ella Wilson
Mr. Michoff, of Portland, drove
up Saturday to look after his prop
erty frere and visit with Frank
Schampierre, returning home Sun
' P,' A.. Wood and sons, of Salem
were out here Sunday looking af
ter their timber. land
Miss Ruth Drager, 'student,' of
aaiem, spent the week-end here
Albert Hennis, of ' Portland
came up baturday to help his
father for a few days. -
Mrf .and Mrs. Ivan Hadjfev at
tended the Sunday school conven
tion, held ;inStayon. Thursday and
Mrs. M,.Fliflet and Mrs! Arthur
Kunke were Salem visitors Satur
International Questions are
ireated By Hamilton
Holt and Boynton
AdVOCatififf a WOTld rmrrt nnf
the1 League ,6f Nations. Hamilton
Holt, former editor of the Inde
pendent and a noted publicist and
;Dr. Nehemiah Boyton, former na
tional moderator of the Conereea
tional church, addressed a large
crowd at the First Presbyterian
church last night. Dr. Carl Gregg
Doney, president of Willamette
university, presided at the meet
ing and introduced the speaker.
The two speakers are touring
the coast in the interests of the
League of Nations' Non-Partisan
association. Dr. Boynton pointed
Drieriy to tne importance of inter
nationalism and how it is woven
into the affairs of America.
"Isolation is not the principle
on which the great God founded
the universe; not Isolation but in
timacy. Dr. Boynton declared
"There is an .increasing intimacy
ana fellowship in world affairs
We are now in the presence ot
new? phases ot Internationalism
Thethree great applications of in
ternatlonalisrn today are the world
court. -the League bf Nations and
the new alliance for the spread o
internationalism through the
The importance of America ioin
ing the League of Nations was
emphasized by Hamilton Holt, who
nas spent much of his time since
the organization of the league at
Geneva -at the councils of "the
league. He urged that America
join that body and work toward
thp political organization of the
world from which Justice and
peace may be expected to follow,
Peace comes out ot justice
justice comes out of law: law out
of political organization, and it is
the political aspects of interna
tionalism that interest us primar
ily in a search for world peace,"
PEACE TALKS .
MrHolt declared- 'A.pblltlcal or
ganization, is . needed , ror . tne
world, "in the words of Lincoln,
things are not settled until they
art settled- right,' and so must it
be with the world.'"
Mr. Holt described the court as
a parliamentary and executive pro
ceedure necessary if the world Is
to have Justice and peace on an
international basis. According to
the speaker 54 nations at the pres
ent time are organized Into the
League of Nations and after men
tioning those out of the league
he stated that he deplored the
company that the UnitecL States
now found itself in.
Busy Day in Salem
Both men spent a busy day in
Salem Friday. Mr. Holt spoke
twice, during the morning, - first
at the high school and later at
chapel services at Willamette unl
versity. Both men were guests
at the all-Oregon products dinner
given by the Salem Women's club
at the Elks' temple prior to speak
ing again last night.
' In view of the excellent mater
ial offered ;by'MV; Holt in his.'ad
dress, the Statesman, on Sunday,
will publish his addj-ess in full.
Multnomah Grangers Part
ly Indorse McNary Bill
PORTLAND, March 21. After
considerable discussion, Multno
mah Pomona grange yesterday re
fused at first to indorse the Mc
Nary Hau gen bill specifically, but
lent, its support to the general idea
of farm relief legislation.
The grange first tabled a' reso
lution pledging support to the Mc
Nary-Haugen measure. Later vit
Indorsed the- bill along with "P?
other measure that will accomplish
the purpose,"7, Soma speakers sup
ported the Sinclair-North bill.
According to B'.Wi, Gill,' named
as delegate to the j -state conven
tion at The , Dalles; In, June," "the
grange, as a result, will be able
at this' convention to throw ;its
support toward any measure that
may seem, more advantageous. .
The grange also passed . resolu
tions opposing all tax exemptions
It decided to invite the state
grange to meet In Portland In
1925. It invited the other eight
granges to participate in a Joint
Initiation in June, at which the
four degrees' will be exemplified by
Columbia, Fairvlew, Pleasant Val
ley and Multnomah grange, one
degree being put on by 'each. '
The date of the annual field day
at Gresham was set as July 19.
Charles Hall and Bruce.,
Dennis File Candidacies
. ; Charles Hall of Marshfield and
Bruce Dennis of La Grande. yes
terday filed with Secretary of State
Kaaefa!r sttmc4s as candi
dates for the'i-Jublleablnomin
ation to be their own successors In
the state senate , .Y .. - ot
' Hall is from the eighth senator
ial district, which "is Coos county.
and Deanis the 21st district, Un
ion and Wallowa counties. Hall's
p&tfprm says be will serve to the
best of - his ability.- and t Dennis'
slogan after his name on the bal
lot" will be a "square deal to every
individual and every industry."
C. R. Chpln filed as a candidate
for the republican nomination for
district attorney of Tillamook
county. He lays emphasis on
promise of enforcement of the
Edward Schulmerich of Hills
boro yesterday filed with the sec
retary of state his declaration as
a candidate for the republican nom
ination for representative in the
legislature from the 15tht repre
sentatlye ' district, - comprising
Washington county. "The way tp
lower taxes is quit voting unneces
sary appropriations" M' hls Slogan.
His platform says ..." 1
"If nominated aud elected I'will
HtxptxG orE;crr BROOD OF r
, llflOOr UHtC&s' f Ot GfeT ITS -1
FIKST PEEP AT THE v6llLD
The largest brood of chickens
ever hatched in the South first saw
the light of day recently on a farm
near driffen, Ga. Thera were
15.000 white leghorns , and black
giant chicks in the monster brood.
The photograph shows Miss Edith
Tucker assisting a tiny black giant
out of its shell.
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FOB THE OFFICES
The Men, and Womea WhixS
.Will Be in the .Primaries , r
- mm . " - " MMWUaVWV"
ments- of the candidates far nmiJ
nation at the prtniariee Mar llthii
Tha Kl will i 'i
day to day: , - L
v CITT or SAXXX "
M. VOV1XEX k . -IV
r."Lb ewdiit ? City Bcrerrt
At the prunry election My lath. H.I .
promlMt, if chote. efficient terii
C. O. BICE.. t
Ij a candidate for City Tresram at
the primane May 16th. He prtmiaZa u
the earn efficient -terries ke au at
ways gWea. . x
O0. W. STOKES
AnnouBcei hit caadtdacy for City Se- I' '
eordar ai the primaries May 16th." Hi i
alocaa: Give honet an . , .
- - . m HHHIIlirVli'
aomr a. oiest
Will be a candidate in the primaries ef
May 16A fo, reelection m Ham 3
8aUm. If choeen, he wiU dwoVthe
same attention to the attain el th elte
goTernnient that he W been
with the hope of helping to aeeompUak
atiU greater efficiency i the city
ernment, and of still further aidinc la
the growth and deTjalopment af SalenC 1
la candidate fer County ftMIge of Mar.
ion county . Equal ad Siact Jutioe
to all, ia hu logan, ,
iOWS H, 'CASSOhT rt , 1
WUUbe a oajdicrfte ' Proeecutlm
Attorney of Marin eountr-at the R
pablican primaries Kay IfrtU. Ue tril'
ytand for the strict enforcement ol tha
lawe. - , j- jn,: ;
A. O. KclOLLEH - -Ia
a eaadidaie for Constable of Bales j
district. I Keeomntendation by higf
Baahey: "At trae an effieer aa erei
wore i iur." About 23 years expend
5 iance as a peace ofiioer. v ,
TEED A. EBTXON , tJ
Will be a 'candidate1 at the prlmariea of
,May 16, for election aa Mayor of Salotri.
If elected he will devote hit time to
' giving the city, a buaineaa sdminia
tration. - .
TZAXX X, WBIOHTMAH
Ia candidate at the Bepublieen prt
naries May 18th. far County Judge oi
Marion ounty. Eia alogaa: Strict, eeonj r
my on buaiaea lines,: with fair treat
ment, lower tazea and enforcement
ihe law, -,r .' ; ;. '
jroror x" jeitebsox :r r,:,;
Te o MeillI.U n.MaeVVL. 1 J t
. district.,., Hia slogan: .Ko ia
I 'serve bnt; M PubllA.jateret.
LANE JdQEUrt.' i . -- t(.r'r V
Bepnblkaa candidate -for Connty - As '
1 aaer-offMarioa- eanjjy. -aaJ atf Aih
-; ericn family pi ive. . Heery. taxparar
School teacher for 13 yeara; five jeer
. anrreaifnlly in grocery buaineaa ia e- .
, .-.taa. r .-. ,s r-jt T?AS-:.. t ! A
l -Will be it-eaadidate rn'tha" BJpnblieal
. primaries May 16th for Coroner f Mar-'. .
. ' ion cotraty.t If 'successful ia (He primr'i
j iea and at the polla, he will f it th
dutieaf -hie office the am fatrhro) '
attention that he hM firen during hia-
' first term,- which be ia now earring.-'
A. (STUB) 8MITH , . v - .
WiU be a eandidaU in the BapnbUenn
primariea May 16th for Constable of a
the Salem district. Resident ef -Saiem
nearly 40 year, If nomloated and
elected, he will do hit duty and play no.
fatroritea. - . .... ,.rv ....... r
Tj. O. BOTES. . v
'Will later aanouce his candidacy for
Connty Clerk ot Marion county. .
CLABS O. QB0TX9 ' ,. T T J
Will be a candidate for Conitabla la th .
Kepublicaa priatary election May 16th
Has served for many yeara in capacities
qualifying him' for the duties of th
, place. . II nominated., and lect4 has
. will ,gie the duties of the office hit
most faithful attention, without feu oi
favor. - . '
V. I. KUBTfc , .t ,' , ,4
la a candidate for the office f yuattcV
of the Peace of Salem dttrtrkrt, at the
ItepubUcan primariea May 16th. He will
appreciate your support. "TnT' '. '.' "
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BAtPH IHOMPIOH : " . " ?
Ia a candidate at the RepnMIcea. prj
aoariea May 16th for Sheriff of Mario
county. His alogaa: Justice witbeat
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W. H. sowxtvo - . - i'-J t
Ia a candidate fox County Judge of Mar
ion county at the Democratic primariea
May 16th. He pledges lew enforcement
and reduction of taxes by spending seas
POXJC COUXTT ,
A. X KEESET "J 'It'
Will be a candidate In the Bepabllcan
primaries on May 16th for nomination
for Coroner of Polk county. Mr. Keen
er, if nominated and elected,' will per
form the dutiea of the office faithfully
ami wnemfrally.. ' .-
during . my term of office , Insist
and vote, for a strict economical
state government. In national af
fairs I am a Coolidge republican!."
The connty court ot 'i Marlon
county, Oregon, will receive seal
ed bids up to 1:10 o'clock p. m.,
on yedftesday, April t, 1924;'n
the three following separate pro
posals: For furnishing 8000 cttTHc
yards of river, run sand' and gravel,
in bunkers on the bank ot the Wil
lamette riTr within four mllei bt
St. Paul, Oregon. For furnishlhg
the oame amount of material 4n,
which all gravel oyer 1 inch in
size haa been crushed.., For haul-,
ing 8000 cubic yards of sand aad
gravel from the bunkers to the
St. Paul paving! plant and onto
the road ln that vicinity. '
Specificationos and bidding
forms are on file In the county
clerk's office- ' " x-.
U. O. BOYER, County Clerk.
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