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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, ORKGON '
i SUNDAY. MORNINGrJfUL19H
Advantages of 'Ail-Steel Con
struction in Closed Cars
Revealed By Exhibit
; Bonesteele Motor Co., the local
Dodge Brothers dealer, was noti
fied today, by Dodge Brothers that
the half-skeleton steel body which
attracted so mucn attention in the
educational exhibit field by Dodge
Brothers j in connection -with the
New York, Chicago and San Fran
ciscor shows, .will be available for
local display daring the week! of
July 12th. It is expected that the
hody will arrive here tomorrow,
wherenpon It i will be given j a
. prominent place In the Bonesteele
Motor Co. salesrooms. ,
'(.The hody is unique ju that one
half is enameled, trimmed, , up
holstered and finished like the
.tody of a car ready for use, and
the; other half . is entirely unfin
ished showing clearly , every part
of the strong, light, safe all-steel
construction. ;-;..' . I-
, The upholstery and trimming
v are cut at the center line of the
car showing the deep cushion
springs and the genuine hair pad
ding. , H . . 'j; . n
, The finished side of the body
Shows a fine, smooth, lustrous sur
face. The reputation ,for retain
" ing newness of appearance after
years of service . is the result of
Dodge Brothers process of baking
the enamel 'at high temperature.
The unfinished half shows how
the . .frame, consisting . of pressed
! steel parts welded and riveted to
i gether," gives niaximnm strength
; and -stiffness together With light
: weight and , freedom from warp
ing and from squeaks and rattles'.
No "wood whatever enters Into the
construction of the body except
' the frames for the removable cush
, ions 'and the few strips to which
the trimming materials are tacked.
Even -the moulding around : the
; windows, ; which, upon the closest
examination, looks. like Tarnished
hard wood, is of pressed steel
finished in baked enamel.- - .
Dodge I Brothers have applied
Eteel body onstfuctioa to their
Bring Back That
Ralston Entertainers Stir Memories of Other Days at Chant a aqua
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i A trio of talented young woni-
en the Ralston Entertainers
which comes to j Chautauqua' on
tfie sixth day, will sound a! re
freshingly hew note in the pro
gram. With a splendid repertoire
-of songs and Instrumental music,
Including both popular and classi
cal numbers, dramatic and char
acter readings and sketches, these
charming maids include in their
programs a quaintly costumed
tklt of the old south. , The bid
songs of the "sixties'- the quad
rille and minuet, now extinct, but
fondly remembered all ' add to
i . we carry In stock lover 115 legal blanks ulte4:to;inost any business
transactions. We may; have just the form you are looking lor at a bli
saving as compared to made to drder forms. . ...-.. , ,
Some of the forms Contract of Sale,! Road Notice, Will forms, Assign-
v f?M? 0f?05g?.?? Mortgage Porms-t Quit Qaim Deeds, -Abstracts form,
Bill of Sale, Building Contract, Promissory Notes, Installment Notes, Gen
eral Lease, Power of Attorney, Prune Books arid Pads, Scale Receipts, Etc.
These forms are carefully prepared 'for the: Courts nd Private use. Price
on forms range from4 (cents to 16 cents apiece; and on note books, from 25
10 oy cents,
Type A and Type B sredans aCwell
as: to the Business Coupe, Touring
Car, and Roadster. According to
the' local dealer, the fact that the
body is built entirely of steel, adds
materially to the safety Of thek pas
sengers,5 as itminimlzes splinter
and fire hazard. ) Moreover, steel
construction i is light, affording
maximum strength with minimum
weight, i The Interior of the body
is rnore roomy than would be the
case if wood were used because
the stronger steel supports are
less bulky than wood pillars.
These and: many other advan
tages of all-steel body construc
tion.; it is pointed out by the
dealer! niakei it obvious that the
life of the batty is greatly ; pro
longed' even . in the most', severe
service. ; ; ;
Everyone interested in seeing
this unusual body, is cordially in
vited to the Bonesteele Motor Co'.
salesrooms any time during the
week, from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.
WHITE RECEIVES PRAISE
OF ARMY INSPECTOR
from page 1)
units in eastern!
Oregon.,. The re
sult of the inspection removes! .any
doubt as to con
support and will
result in'the com
pletion of new units and the allot--
ment of additional funds to j Ore
Ron for distribution in . supplies
and drill pay, it was said at guard
headquarters here. i .
"Very satisfactory" is the rat
ing given company organizations
cf the. guard. ; The inspections' In
cluded scrutiny of every phase of
organization efficiency from the
set-up of toe men to their ability
to work out military details affect
ing their work at drills and in the
field. - Officers in- each unit were
called upon unexpectedly to solve
a tactical problem or to lecture for
15 niiinutes to companies on tactics
in" the field. j
Asks Funds for Delegates
ATLANTA, Gai, July 5: The
Atlanta Journal tonight calls upon
Georgia democrats to raise a fund
of $2,000 for the financial aid of
those members of the Georgia
delegation "who have been faced
with-unexpected financial burdens
'.in the matter of large hotel bills
and other expenses through the
prolonged session of the demo
cratic convention In New York
City." j ' '.';
the charm of this presentation.
'A mezzo soprano and cellist,
a soprano, -pianist and reader,
and a " reader and violinist, make
up this interesting trio. Each
has personal charm and a sense
of stage values that give - extra
ordinary realism to their presen
tations. Their Instrumental-music
is good.; There is a lilt, to their
songs that will 'keep the? tunes
running, through, one's, h'ead,. and
there is an artistry to thelr-old
fashioned dances done in hoop
skirted gowns and pantalettes
that are remembered like' the
happy days of youth.
PRINTED AND FOR SALE BY
LEGAL BLANK HEADQUARTERS
At-Business OtOce, Ground Floor,
'History of tlie Bible
negro pastor was explain
ing to his dumbfounded congrega
ow Pharoah's ; daughter
found Meses in the bulrushes.
'Vast bredderin an sistern.
dere: was little Moses in dat bas
ket Wie dem wild cattle surroun
din' him, an yellin an pawin' de
ground! But Pharoah's daughter
was a brave gal. i -
'Forpin', her, way through dem
ragm" (animals lie grabbed up
little - Moses an
done saved him
dat's how she
from de bull-
Otir Dream leartment
nterpreteel and Night
Analyzoil Free of; Chargt.
I was drinking rice pud-'
ding1 oijt of a teacup, when an
angel rushed in j in a dark" blue
kimonaland told me that the God
dess of Liberty had just had her
hair; bobbed. I f loudly yelled:
"Ohi why should the spirit of mor
tal be proud?" Can you tell me
what this means?
Minnie Kemp. ;
Dear Minnie: Your dream is a
prophecy, foretelling that you en
tertain imore than -a sisterly af
fectjOn tor your butcher's brother-in-law,
and that you will soon at
tend a. bargain sale of Mah Jongg
His Ideal Girl
Eugetie:. "Can you cook and
sew and sweep and keep housef"
Alice (expectantly): ."Yes, in
Eugene: "Well, if the worst
comes to the worst, you oughtn't
any trouble finding a job."
Samuel J. Riesman.
Here's to America; the land of
the free and the home of the bob;
and loHg may it -wave! .?
IJnes to a TIu Tjzzie I
Darling you are growing old
And 3ou wear the scars of battle
Something in your manifold ,
Sounds like life's expiring rat-
-. i . 4e- ' 'H . - i
Your ighltion spits and halts, !
Bnt I hasten, dear, to tell you ; ;
That with all your many faults
I shall never, never sell you.
No, when your last -spark is gone
And your busy days are ended.
You shall stand upon my lawn, j
Filled! with fclossoms, gently
-George 8. Chappell.
Pat, flie Janitor,, had been pre
sented with a carton of cigarettes
by one of the tenants, of his build
ing.;! i ;( - i ;
They're' English ' cigarettes.
Pat," said the donor, "but I hope
you'll enjoy them in spite of that."
Sure, that's all right, sorr,"
answered Pat. "OI see they hare
CORK tips." ' i
Of course, nearly all of us are
acquainted wlth I woman's most
popular) colored hosiery, namely,
the banana shade.!
A clerk, in using his most per
sales arguments to con
customer, said : i "These
hose are; very popular
they' are so easy to slip on."
We'll Permit Them Just This
i . Once ""'
Dear Editor: "We'd like to write
Upon that current theme.
To bob or notto bob", the hair.
But then, theyd think jus mean
And so, in. all shear Justice,
We will waive the subject o'er,
Lest we be s(h) ingled 1 out and
L trimmed, j ? i
And made a fool the more.
Don't curl your lip at thtese crude
; lines ' j j
We slaved to bang them out, '
(What matter if they take offense,
They'll do no more than pout.)
i ...y - -
l-But print them In today's
-And blame us for the crime,
.Unless you barrette, -well be
i ; pleased -.
: Though it nets us not a dime,
t?i . ' M. M. B.
a Salesmanship . '
Wen," remarked the glib-
tonguedT salesman as he hustled
home after the dear girl had ac
cepted his proposal, and had per
mitted him to slip the solitaire On
the proper finger. T may sar that
my little talk this evening 'rings
E. P. Gllleren.
TJie Place,, Where' Good' Beys Oo!
; Teacher: "Do you kn6w where
the little boys go who don't put
their Sunday school money In the
piaie? ' - ;
Walter: , "Yes'm,, to ' the" -mov
ies." '- -. -" .
I Marguerite Lotl.
I Park Ale and Light Heads "
The good old days were just the
t - bunk
', Because; when we drank beer.
We drank at night before the
. light ! : '
? Of day was shining clear.
With daylight .came the aching
"i , heads
! Which nearly drove us mad,;."'.
The goodold nights wer good old
, sights ! .
But ah! the -days were bad!
' Harry Itoyallan.
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A unique way of serving chick
en salad made of veal, garnish the
ttish with feathers pulled from -a
sofa pillow. This gives 'it an air
of chic. . t.'
; With Our Headers WTiq' Browse
j: (High-Brovys or uow-Brows)
i Mildred! Lynn: You -will" find
the complete - poem in the . handy
little volume entitled. "The Folks
Next Door.'' The first verse we
are glad to quote: f j
"How sleep the brave who sink
: ' to rest," - j - '
I To the I loud speaker's fearful
Whose neighbors nightly seem
' possessed " "
; To tnne in on all TJS. A
Gertrude: "Lefs; see; you are
related to Harry Baldwin by mar
riage, aren't you?" - 1
" ; Marshall: "Yes, in a "way. You
see HaTry; married the-girl I "was
engaged ' to." ' .
The Jokers! ,
Love is but a game hence It must
i have its rule,
But still they seem to let it run
i .? : J : so slack, ' .-'
Everytime I try I playjustllke a,
' --fOOl, 1 '
For any queen at alb can take my
J Melvin'T. Kafka.
" Readers are requested to' contribute.
AH humor, -pigrs Xer kurnmn mot-.
te), oke, sneedotes, poetry, bw
Jetque. stirea and - bright aajrinca of
children, unit b wljinil and unoub
liahed. Aceepte material -will be , paid
lor at regular rate. All .manuaeripta
matt be .urtttMi on one 'aide jof te
paper only, ah&old bear name of thia
newapaper and aaonld be add retted- to
.the F n n 8 U o p Editor. The Oref on
fTAGING' FIRE THREATENS
(Continued from page 1)
tar as possible and , a re. pre pared
to flee if the danger Increases.
Between 400 and 500 men are
fighting the flames, wOiichvat 7
o'clock just before a change of
wind turned them toward .the
town, seemed 'to pass without
threatening. Aid of the Chewaleh
and Colville fire departments has
been asked and the Chewaleh fire
warden is on his way . with equip
ment, t.-i - C .!
Farm buildings and the family
home, together with all "stock, on
the Lincoln Ewlng ranch " are 're
ported to have been destroyed..
! At 11 o'clock tonight the wind
had changed and it was believed
that. this town was safe'from'the
flames bni reports werethat the
fire had entered the little town of
Cedonia, north and east of here.
" The flri started last night at
Fruitland,; south of I here, from
fireworks, it is belieyed.i
FIRE MENACE BAD
U IN SALEM YESTERDAY
: (Continued; from page l) y
occupied by J. L,. McEntee also
caught fire. . . j; V "',
While the department; was en
gaged in controlling the fires in
this neighborhood, a chimney fire
at 1005 Broadway called out, the
last of thej equipment J leaving the
city without any further -available
protection j, V. -
Fortune Favors? City." L
j:: It was fortunate that no great
er damage! was done Saturday fxTU
ernoon, atcording to- Fire Chief
Hutton, who said last night that
the entirej eastern portion of the
city was n grave danger for-ji
short time because jot the windi
It ' was j possible, for another
"Berkeley t conflagration to occur,
with conditions such; as they were
everything r extremely, dry, a.
stiff breeze and insufficient water
to combat a real stubborn fire,
i .While the water' situation was
greatly Improved with the build
ing up of a nine-foot supply in the
reservoir and the situation grad
ually getting back to normal, there
is still sufficient danger so that
strict enfdrcement of ' regulations
will be continued.officlals.of the
water company said Saturday The
reserve was built up more ' raplcf-
ly than .was anticipated, because
so many people have been absent
from the city for the last two days
and j' lawns have not jreceived as
much attention as heretofore. It
is hoped that by the time water
use increases to normal there will
be ,a large enough reserve so that
a crisis - Buch i as1 was faced early
this week will not be repeated. !
I Wjrter yam Increafte.
Comparative report for May,
1923, and 1$24, show a decided In
crease in tne- number of waror
users I this last year.
On Jane '1,
according to the books at the
water company's office!
3049 consumers in the city, tvhjle
last year," on the same date, there
were but 4771. On May 1 of this
year there were 5036k consumers
and j for the correspojnding date,
ivza, mere were 47111 consumer-?
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Stories of Crime Take
. Little Newspaper Space
oiones oi cjrime take up but
little space in the news columns
of the average dailyl newspaper,
despite popular belief to the con
Proof Of. the pudding is in the
easing, and proof of le statement
that; crime enters into the daily
columns probably lessjthan almost
any, other kind of neis, is in the
actual measurement of the space
allotted to that kind of news.
Members of The Chlronicle com
posing room today pujt a new pui
ley on. the motor that runs the
press and one, being a mathema
tician, .figured how touch faster
this would make th4 press run
everyf hour. : The' . data caused
other items of interes ; to come up
with the result that, startling as
it may seem, readers of The
Chronicle every day l are served
with lone .mile of newsprint 72
inches wide upon which is printed
an average of 10 miles, of col
umns,, each with arouhd 150 lines
of printed, matter.
Figuring' on the basis of 150
lines to a column, which actually
falls short f that, number because
of the different styles! of headings.
another Interesting fact was dis
Placing , each printed word of,
news matter in one single line,
instead of columns 2i inches
wide, the: person who reads every
printed, -word -would read 300
miles of: news each day. '
But getting' back to the actual
statistics of the kinds of news
served out to the public every day,
politics, education, science . and;
economical-matters take , up the
most of the' space. ; .
Taking a paper at random, the
issue of June 5 discloses these
economics ( s t a t e
small ! items) ; 15
were devoted j to j an
economics;, 30 inches
over to markets: 31 inches were
Included in the cherry polleniza-
tion story, purely ! educational,
while 17 inches were given, over
to actual educational and schoo!
matters. not induding about 4
inches on forest fire news which
is' included' in educational or eco
nomic; matters, according to the
choice! of the reader. . ' J
Thirty-two inches j of political
news, lv incnes oi iraieruoi o,
10 of social and personal men
tion, 9 on reaiures; aim v"
EDOrtsl 20 on local briefs and rb'
inches on the world flight of the
American and British aviators.
And only 20 inches; on news pi
crime on a day when the. circuit
court of "Wasco county was in ses
sion on criminal trial) cases. (
Crime stories have been .rererrea
to byi leading publishers of the
world as stories that are news o
(Iipv never should "hay
cause! tney never um.:-f
happened. Stories that are news
because they should happen, suCh
as items on political, economic,
science, leducational. industry and
commerce, stories of (he successes
and honors, of important person
ages, stories on marketing,, fa
shions, society and personal men
tion, arid the little intimate briefs
of the home town news, predomi
nate, as these figures show.
There are days fwhen crime
seems to glare at the j reader more
than other news but a ruler will
give the facts. .
nFADLOCK IN HANDS
OF PARTY CHIEFS
(Continued from page 1)
ed hands in a determination to
definitely and finally accomplish
bis defeat, . ' )' . ,,e .
Thd combined .'.opposition, luted
Smith to new level in the ballot
ing, with more than enough to
veto ihe selection of any tother
candidate; defeated jne eT &n
other-a string of proposals design
ed to either ward oft, a 'decision or
Lkuproye the pariiameniary posi
tion-of the McAdoo fqliowers; ana
then brought some of the more im
portant McAdoo men around the
council table and told them blunt
ly that a nomination could bp
reached only by a compromise.
But there was no forma! surren
def -on either side. The lOlivJ
branch had been offered and not
declined, but ! the 'McAdoo and
Smith managers had passed the
word along that while the negotia
tions j contiued the .opposition
forces; fwould stand under arms,
ready to return to the fray when
theT-onvention reconvenes Monday
if the best efforts of the cooler
heads of the party should be with
out avail'. - i ; -' I. ; '
. - Hopeful as they were' that the
outcome would be an agreement.
It he managers were taking : ; no
chancesiTho Jealousies'- arif an-
j . . . i
lmosltles and suspicions, of six
long days, of fighting i were not
easily. put out of mind, and no one
was willing to risk a surprise at
tack.;-j ..' '. . j , j .;
, Thel convention gave its auth
ority for the conference by adopt
ing a jorraal motion drafted 'by
the principal campaign I managers
while the tally clerks were record
ing-daily the results of the 77th
ballot j Presented. by , fThomas
Taggart of Indiana, vetferan of
many kampalgns and onej of the
conspicuous leaders who has stood
half way between McAdoo "and
Smith i in the present convention.
the proposal was adopted and with
a cheer of gratitude. ; j
Oharinan Hull of the national
committee! and Chairman! Walsh
on thel convention -were ' empower
ed by sthe motion -to call the con
ference and to invite to! it the
managers for all the candidates
Included In their number, be
sides Chairman -Hull and jSenator
Walsh) were George E.I tirennen,
of Illinois: Jorman E.j Mack and
Frankin t). Roosevelt, represent
ing Governor Smith'; Mr. Rockfell
and aistaff of assistants including
Homef S. Cummings, speaking for
MeAdio; Ed Moore of ' Ohio, for
James! Mi ! Cox; Wm., Jennings
Dryani'who waa sent in tf repre
sent the candidacy of his brother,
Governor Rryan of Nebraska; Tag
gart, appearing for r Senator Ral
ston a&id a dozen others, j
- "Thi alignment ' was perfected
underf the . generalship of Mr.
RooseVelt, 'who brought iogether-
early Jin session several df those
actively in charge -of favorite son
boorn, and laid before ithem ' a
plan t "cooperation which: he ,be
lievedjwould hasten the end of the
deadlock. They agreed t6 it and
it h"a its fruition soon afterward
on the convention f rddr w!hen tii.
rwote for Smith Vas broqght be-
yoim iue necessary nnmDer for a
veto and a string of resolutions
brought forward by McAdoo dele
gates, including proposals jto abol
ishing two thirds and nnit Tdiles
arid tdi adjourn the convention tr
meet elsewhere were . promntlv
voted idown. :i i
Thef total for McAdoo. which
touched its high crater mark -of
530 yesterday and stood at last's
adjournment at 528 fluctuated
within! narrow limits darine to
day's -oting,-and wound tip on the
th Ballot at 513. John W.
Davis.l in 'third ' place had 76 to
night, 'compared to 67 at Sthe end
of last f night's session. j
! W00DBURN NEWS
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Mis Cornelia Galbraith, R.K,
who' his been nursing"; at) Letter
man hospital. San Francisco. i
visiting her sister. Mrs. J. T
ShereyJ'' . ; i. j
Dr. and, Mrs. T. K. Sanderson-
uu;-wu cnuaren are: soendinc-
three weeks at'Belnap Springs.
George W. Brune of Palo Alto
Cal., has left for home after visit
ing his parents, Mr. and iMrs. S.
E. Bruhe. . !
Tranfc Hofer left Tuesday for
St.; Paua, Minn., and will; return
by wayfof California. !
Saturday, June 28. Mr. and Mrs.
Whitman. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Scott
and sonj Robert, Mr. and iMrs. E.
G. Emnfett, Mr. and Mrs.f Harold
Bertneisqn. Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Tweedie and son. 'Miss Clair Cor
nell and friend Miss Mildred Sand
berg motored to Mt. '.Hood and
spent the night at Government
.Mrsi H. - D. . Miller, entertained
with fjve tables of bridge jfor the
pleasure of her sister, Jtrsl If. W.
Grasa of LaCrosse, Kansas. Mrs.
E. G. Emmett received the prize
and "Mrs. , Grass " received 4 guest
prize. ; The hostess was assisted
in serving by Mrs. H. M. Austin,
Mrs. Eugene Cartright! and Mrs.
Grass., Those enjoying the after
noon were Mrs. H. W. Grass, Mrs.
F. W. Settlemier, Mrs. jEugene
Courtney, Mrs.' Keille Powell. Mrs.
E. G. Emmett, Mrs. Lyman jShorey.
Mrs. L. A. Beckman, ; Mrf. Fred
Evenden. Mrs. O. K. WoIf, Mrs,
H. Mj Austin. Mrs. T. C'r Poor
man, Mrs. Frank Whitman. Mras.
T. K. Sanders. Mrs.' John B. Hunt,
Mrs. F. F. Proctor, Mrs! R'. L.
Deaver, Mrs. L." M. Bitney. Mrs.
Robert Scot t.: Mrs. Blaine McCord
and Mrs;- Fred Yergen of Donald.
St. Mary's guild will meet Tues
day. July S, with Mrs. O. K. Wolf.
MissT Margaret Poorman and
Miss Helen Allen went tojRocka
way Wednesday to visit Miss Poor-
man's, grandparents. Mt. and Mrs.
J. M. Poorman. -
Mr. w and Mrs. ,F. G. Haverman
find Ha tighter a Rnth JTftd Flma ar
rived? In Woodhurn Wednesday
night after ;spendrng .the - winter-
and spring In Los Angeles; They,
will" live in the J. M.. Poorman
home wlille Mr. and Mrs. Pjoorman
are-at, their cottage in.Roikaway.
, Friday afternoon Miss- Clair
Cornell entertained a few- ef his
friends for the - pleasure of her.
house guest. Miss " Ada Camp of
Corva.llis. Those invited wiere the
Misses Helen Allen, Naomi; Mosh
bergerT Txuise Shorey, Ruth Gar
rison, j Margaret ToormaTi, Ad3
Camp and Mildred Sandberg.
Mr. and' Mrs. - Fred Yemen in
vited the friend of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W.;ee to attend a picnic at
their farm near Donald Sunday,
June 29. to help celebrate the
39th wedding anniversary j of Mr.
and Mrs. See. Ninety accepted
the invitation. The oak grove had
been decorated with bunting and
flags, ud four long tables were
set.- cPictures were taken, jaud all
enjoyed themselves, in spit of the
intense heat. The relatives of Mr,'
and Mrs. 'Sej-attending were their1;
idughtersfrs.; Freda Yergen . and
Mrs. L. M. Bitney; grand children,
Bat par ward:
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boat tneae. - : , ' . i .
; ' For rent several closa In nouses,
modern and good location. Mrs. Moyar,
.147 N. Com'L St.. 5-jne35tf
FOR RENT HOUSE iAND ApartmBt.
Phone 205J. -i 5jljl8
FOR RENT SOME GOOD ApartmeaU
at all prices, 147 N. Com'L St. Un.
Moyer. j 5-jnel8tf
KICELY FURNISHEI TWO ROOM
anodern apartment, 1133 Court.
T i . . 5jnel3tl
FOB RENT APABTMENTS. S91 NO.
OommereiaL ) " '
THREE ROOM FURNISHED APART
. meat, 692 N.' Bnmmer. S-JneStf
DESIRABLE JLPABTJIENTS, SP3ECIAL
Inducements to permanent tenants. Ad-
aitts, -352 N. 12th (Adults) 5.jly24"
IF YOU ARE IKTERESTED IN iCOOL,
clean, comfortable apartment, reason
able rent ; located downtown district.
Patton apartments. For inspection off
reservation can jratton a noos otore.
'n .- i - I- .-- 5-al4tf
FOR RENT r3 FINE UP TO OATE-Well
. furnished apartments f 30 and lia. Mrs.
Moyer, 147 N. Commercial St. 5-jne28tf
FOR RENT 2 -DOWNSTAIR -APART
ments ;S16 and -3j. Sleeping;, room
with rarare S16. -
For rant 2 fur Bkhed modern nonsea
.4 room 230: 10 room $45. Mrs. Moyer.
147 N. Commercial St. - 5-jne28tf
Mrs. H. AV. Grass of La.Cfosse,
Kansas, Miss ?Hazel Bitney cf
Portland and Mrs. II. D. Miller;
grandchildren, "j Geradlne rass.
Harry White Grass III, . and
ert Bernard Miller. A nieee,!
"Floyd ,Wralker,j and nephew Art
Staples of Portland. I
Thursday afternoon Mrs. F. W,
Settlemler was a pleasing hostess
to a' four-table bridge party ."for
her friend, Mrs. W. R. Krug. re
cently of Washington, D. C. j Mrs,
Blaine McCord received first prize
and Mrs.1 King was given, a" jgnest
prize. The hostess was assisted In
serving by Mrs HV p. Miller and
Mrs, Lyman -Shorey. The guests
accepting were: Mrs. V.; R. King.
i . ' TT
nouse guesi pi: atr. j.-. oauier
of Aurora; Mrs. Sadler, j Mrs,
Blaine 'McCord," Mrs. Keith Pow-
elt, Mrs. T. C Poorman. Mrs. Eu
gene Courtney. IMrs. E.G. Emmett;
Mrs. Fred f Evenden, Mrs. L. A,
Beckman. Mrs. H, D. Millerj Mrs,
Lj M. Bitney. Mrs. F. 'G.jsHava-
mannMrs. V . A. Chapmair. j Mrs.
O. K. Wolfe, Mrs. Lyman Shorey.
Miss Ifaz'el Bitney of Portland and
Mrs, H. W. Grass of La Crosse,
nharlestdn to Honor its I
Veteran World War Leader
CHARLESTON, S. C, July 5-
Plans are nearing completion for
the annual reunion here, August
12 and 13. of veterans of the Thir
tieth divisfori, popularly knoyrn aa
the "Old. Hickory," which shares
ith the Twenty-seventh division
t New York the honor of break
ing the Hindenburg line In north
ern France.. Major J. D. E. Mey
er. United States marshal for the
eastCTndistrict of -Smith Carina
and himself 'an' "Old Hickory"
veteran, is general chairmin , o(
the committee on arrangements. ;
Although the Thirtieth diyision
was originally- composed of the
national guard organizations of
North and South Carolina and
Tennessee, - thousands -ef -bmhi
from other states passed" through
its ranks in the course of the war,
tnany of them being replacements
to take the places of the battle
casualties. "' ; '; y. I , '' - ;: :
The Thirtieth and Twenty-seventh
divisions never saw the Amer
ican sector during the war. , They
were formed, into the feecond araiy
corns and served with the British
armies from the time of their land
lng in France in the spring ot
1918! until -after the armistice;
OuvnL (six laaarttaaa) I
On month v , . tOt
Six mobtka contraat par no 15s
12 nontha' eontnet, 'par wo., ...U
Utnlmmm in aay iadTrtlMm,..&4
FOR RKIST j rooms
3 KOOM8 - ASD - BATH, REASONABLE.'
- CH: 151-Wi 705j N.f High. .6 jl2
FOR 'BENT ROOM
FOR LADY IN AT
tractive haine.-. Family' bU two." PtoM
j 1 FOB RBXT houses 7 ;
FUKXISHED "HOUSE. ALSO nnFrKT.
? and rag for sal. - Call ' 1540 Stat
St.-i . . ';' 1 . .. . T-j9
FOB (ROOM HOUSE rATf-
1295 , Fir -St; . Kruueer. '
. Phone 217... -f' " , '.";. ..-ja .
NEW j 5 - ROOM HOt'SE JIXD 'GARAGE,"
Marion St., betwieen 12 th and 13th.'
' Ko ehfldren. .CaUj (364rl ' ... .;7-j8
FOR HENT 2 GOQD 0 ROOM ' houiaj, ,
close fnwjih- ha qent and fnrnteaw
, 147 N. Com'l SC. AlrsMojer. 7nal8U '
HOtTSES TO RfiNT Lw-WO0D.-41-
HOUSES FOR "REXT ' 'PH0SE ! 1835.
Cail mt 161 X. lBtn. 7 a27U
PARTLY rtJRNISHtD 7 BOOH HOUB9
677 N. Wiatar. Phone Mro MtKioatc
" ;' FOR SALE -Qilflcellaneoiis 3 '
'" i . i i i .
FOR 8A1.E-JA CREAM SEPARATOF
CUT FLOWERS, OLAUIOLUS, FIXJRAI
pieces. , Mt. E; 'A. ' Bennett, 2233
i'airgronnd arenue. -Phone 1280. ' 8aS
RED RASPBERRIES' FOR -SALE, --5V
lb. - Come and ptck them. Briar your
frail. 'Inquire tor J. O. Fletnincr,
Brunks corner da. Pallas road." . S-jS '
FOTt SALE ATT A' BARGAIN. 7 HEAD.
, of work horf TWge 14O0 1bs., 4 aet'
of ' harness, 3 ngouB, 2 discs, diao
:plow, gung' pkw, stump poller and
cable, .cream separator, A horse eagins '
and. a Ford truck 5 part cash or wood.
Phone 892.-J or .2J4.- - 8-i.
FOR BALE rA CREAM 8EPABATOR,
. 25. Phone 254. i ., 8-jl?,
TEAMS, HARNESS AND WAOONS
t arm machinery-:- for aale.' John IU
Scott, -805: Oregon Bid. Slyt
WILD BLACKBERRIES PHONE 24F1
' -Bathing Suits . ' - .
t Jantten all woil fcathinr suits,
I, Congoleum and carpet rug at Bargain
5. iCAPITATJ BARGAIN HOCSE
' 215 Center St.
"We buy and sell eferything."" 1
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PORCH
wings af a bargain. 1757 Waller St.
( ' - ' ,., 8-jne28rf
FOR 8At,BA ULR6E - B.XNOK WIT3
reserroir, gooa eondiUon. . Apply M
861 N. Front. Y . j ; . , o-m234
CASH FOR TRASH. A BONA FID
offer. ; Read tka claaaif iad eolunma e&rf .
dr. i 8-m.l
PRINTED CARDS, airs 14" BT
wording, "Rooms to Rant," priea If
eenu aaek. fitafraamaa Btuinau CI
fie, Gronad Tloor;
Beautiful Oregon -Rost
, m -And 4 laru tr' Ortm aongt f
. father witk Hmj coUaetion f patriot
' ia Maa, aaerad aonga and amaay 14 -'
tlma f araritoa. l -
AXZj rOB'IS. -:
(SpoaUI pnM rn aantttr Iota) '
Especially adaptable . far. xhool, oa
aonity r' bema aingUg. fiati for-
' Tt ysfM aaw Im ilta talrd adUlM '
V 1 ORSOOK'TXAOHKSa ICOITTHLT
, 115 8. OoamiJ,.at. : fial,-Ol
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.-.
tiara yor .mac hlna rapskirad by tM
people .who siake
It. epeoial reata
00 -ACaeonle -Bld
rata to atadeata.
FOR BALE OL NEWSPAPERS II
eenu a bnndle. CtrsuUtioa departmaal
Oreeon 8UImimii. . .
FOR SAMS livestock t
. aw.fully cheap. K
Ha Finney, R. " 2
$ - j6
FOR SALE tiOOD FOUR YEAR OiA
cvw and .Tcrs?y heifer," fresh. Third
nouse east oi garner on pavement.
awfully cheap, ;ESa
A rinney, Koute
KING O REGISTERED WHITE FEft
- aian cat at Stnd. FUke'a Petlaad. 374
' -fetatfl. Phone '.' 0-m23A
FRED W. XiANGE. I VETERINARIAN
vttice uu o. uommeraiai. faeoe livs.
Res. Phone 1510.1 -m23t
WOOD FOB SALE 11
16-1N:H OLD FIR, 4 FOOT OLD FIR.'
sejynd growth oak and ash. Pbou
19E3. M., O. Slayfield. ll jitf
FOR SALE-WEIGHTY . CORDS OF HX
ond (trowth , iir wood. - Thrt-d houwj
east of Turner on
IF-YOU WANT W-
QOD CALL- 622 Ofi
' " ' llly9
16 INCH OLD TIRl $S A COSD. 11
inch dry aecond growth. . Phone 13&1S
16-INCH OLD FIR.
4 FOOT OLD FIR,
t - end ash. Ph
sernnd growth oa
' - - :- - . ..
Prices quoted ere .whoVesal and are
prices reeeired by jlarmara. No reUil
p. ices are giren. .
UBUsXa AXTD HAY
No. 4 wheat .j Bfla
No. 8 red wheat, ameked : 00a
Oats . L.43e 0) 4e
Cheat hay .
; ,.$13 His
L- 13 v J14
Cloar hay. baled 1 (13 fi$ t4 .
FOBS. XCu TTOJt AND BEEF
IIo?s, top. 225-275. pwt i 7.7S
Hobs, top. 275-300. jcwt.. $7.50
Top Teal, dressed U'. 7o'
Cwt ;...-J.. ,..2f (tf . 4l
Top lamhs .... s..l........7p it 9n
Spring Umba ' j , . 12
1 fogs, top, l50-22.5 Iks, cwt.,. ....... .$". 00
... 2r (i) 4
2n C9 do
008, BUTTS&i BTJTTESFAT
,...le & 42e.
'mr 37(1 '
Milk, per cwt .
Egtrs, select ir.w-
standards .... -
. Pullets ,, - ,,