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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALE2I. OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27. 1924
j AUDREB BUKC3
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mTOMPLIMENTING M I s Mar-
j garet Alexander of Portland,
whose marriage to ' Mr. Horace
Turpin Byler will be aa event of
September 20, Mtss Dorothy Os
trander was hostess yesterday at
1 o'clock luncheon at the Spa fol
lowed with bridge and Mah Jongg
at her ; home. Colonial bouqaets
decked the luncheon table while
the dainty place cards were little
bridal replicas. v- :
Instead of awarding a prise
for the afternoon's highest score,
the prize, in the unique form of a
bridal surprise box, went to tht
guest of honor. The box adorned
with pink roses and. pink ribbons,
centered; the table.: -
.The gruest list for the luncheon
and bridge shower Included Miss
Margaret Alexander: of. Portland,
Miss Inaogene Lewis, Miss Virginia
Pearson,' Miss Elizabeth Strow
bridge, Iflss Liiella Hanfler, Miss
Estelle Barker, Miss Gayle Acton,
Miss Alices Peaper, Miss, Annette
Byford, Miss 'Ann Roberts, all of
Portland, and Miss Ruth Austin,
Miss Maxine . Baren.v Miss Ruth
Griffith, ' Miss . Gretchen Brown,
Miss Mary Jane Albert, Miss Helen
Rose, and the. hostess. Miss Doro
thy Ostrander.' ' " V
Y : ' :
. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Price of
yeoi Fur Co.
Fifteen wonderful Coats at., half, price .today! The,
majority of them are dark enough for Autumn wear
and among them you'll find plaid sports material, as
well as twills for more dressy service. Navy blues, tans,
and greys. Sites 16 to 40. ..
(Apparel section, first floor)
ILALF PRICE !: I ,
Mallinson's Roshanara, wool flannel and. crepe de
chine Skirts in- lovely summer shades such . as orchid;
delft blue, white and. orange, will be -offered at half
price for quick; clearance.. As. this Is the final. wind-up;
of our summer sales it will pay , you to investigate the
money saving opportunities presented to you today..
(Apparel section, first floor) , ; -
SILK DHESSES C3X3 If -
Printed and plain crepe de chine frqeks In a collection
of styles suitable for street and informal affairs will be
priced extremely moderate for this clearance. These are
mostly small sizes ranging from 16 to 38. , . - t
(Apparel section, first floor) V."
SILK SKIRTS $3.95 :
Plain and brocaded silk skirts, also a few wool pleated
styles will be offered In this clearance at 13.95. Your
choice of pleated or plain styles In powder blue, white, tan -and
grey. : ;! ; ... - , :;
(Apparel section, first floor) - ; ;
WOOL TWEED KNICKERS C2.C5
All wool tweed knickers go on sale today at $2.93; this
represents a saving up to $2.00 per pair as they were'
priced up to $4.95. Sizes 30 to 36.
(Apparel section, first floor)
Ml' PHONE: 101
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and Miss Ida
Hoge of Wichita, who hare been
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. O
Franklin, In leaving, Monday for
their homes, enjoyed a brief trip
to Seaside. t
Miss Selma Olsen of Oakland
California. SDent , Sunday as a
guest In Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carpenter
and family, who have been the
house-guests of Mr. Carpenter's
sister. Mrs. Avis Martin, left yes
terday for their home in Fresno,
California. Mr.: and Mrs. Carpen
ter expressed particular delight In
the Oregon country.' . ,
W-,1- y - ,- . - ,-
Professor and Mrs. Florlaa Von
Eschen left Monday for Rockaway.
While at the beach, they -will be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perie
Mark: and daughter, Ottve of
Sheridan. Next week Professor
and Mrs, Von Eschen plan to go
to Crater Lake. ' -' '
Mrs C. B. Needbam left yester
day for Woodland, Wash., where
she will be a guest of her sister.
Mr. and Mrs. A L. Godfrey,
Richard. Campbell, and Miss Dor
othy Godfrey left yesterday for a
This week Is your
last 'opportunity .
to . buy at our
August sale pric
es expert clean
ing and restyling.
AT- HALF - PRICE
week's outing along the McKenzie
where they expect to meet Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Huffman, h' Later the
i'arty will be Joined by Mrs. J. E.
Godfrey, Miss1 Emma Godfrey and
Miss Genevieve Campbell,
vieve Campbell. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. p. Bishop had
as their guests, over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bishop and
Miss Helen Broughton of Dayton.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Barton, Mr.
and Mrs., R. D. Barton and little
son, Richard Paul, and Mrs. G. W.
Walton spent, the week-end camp
ing at Spong's landing.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N Myers hare
returned from, a 10-day motor trip
to Vancouver and Victoria. B. C.
Mrs. Bertha Loveland will be
hostess today for the members of
ihp Vecinus Realis chib, the group
meeting at her home, 2010 North
Fifth street. Pot luck dinner will
be served at noon.
. Mrs. S. Levy and Miss Elizabeth
Levy are home from a week's va
cation at Seaside. Harry Levy
motored over for -Mrs. Levy and
Miss Levy on Monday.
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: Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Willett have
as their- guests..- Mrs. Ivan Van
Dusen - and daughter, Jean, of
Port Angeles, Wash. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilson and
children. Margaret and Otto-. Jr.,
returned home Monday from a
week at Foley Springs. The re
turn trip was made by way: of
the. McKenzie pass and Crater
Lake, -two days being spent at
Crater lake. y
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wenderoth
stopped In Salem for a short visit
Monday on their way home front, a
motor trip In Washington. Mr.
and Mrs. Wenderoth now live in
Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Rurton and
daughter. Lots, and son, Donald,
left the first of the week for New
port for their summer vacation.
Mr! and Mrs. J. -N. Smith are
home from a two weeks' vacation
Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Walton of
Cambridge, Mass., and , E: T.
Barnes , are on a motor trip
through, southern Oregon, visiting
the Caves, Crater Lake, and other
points of Interest. They expect
to return Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E.i Shuneman
are home from a week's motor trip
to Crater Lake and the Oregon
Caves with" stops also made at
Medford and Klamath Falls. 1
Rev. and Mrs: I. G. Lee and son.
Walter Lee. with their guest. Miss
Irwin of Ohio, spent the past Sab-
HALF PRICE !
- All voile and linen "dresses go at- half price! And
what wonderful values -at these prices one can afford ''
to, wear them for home or porch wear. You'll be de
lighted with the styles and colors offered In this assort
ment. Sizes 16 to 38.
.', (Apparel section,'' first floor)
i' " SMALL ASSORTMENT OF
HAL PRICE !
Just a few wool Bathing Suits, at. half price in order
to clear this department of summer merchandise. It
will, pay you. to invest in these as bathing suits are good
for two or three seasons. Sizes 38 to 46.
j GINGHJVI DRESSES $4.95
In this assortment of tub frocks you'll find dresses that
formerly sold up to 910.00. All are crisp lato styles made
of fine ginghams . trimmed with lace, etc. Nearly all sizes
in the lot 16 to 44.
(Apparel section, first floor)
FIBRE SILIC SWEATERS 3L95
For final clearance we .will display an assortment of
fibre silk tuxedo coat style sweaters that formerly sold up
to $8.50 for $1.95. Colors are tan, blue, green and tomato.
' (Apparel section, first floor) , . ,
CLEARANCE OF PARASOLS 89c,
Chinese rainproof Parasols In all the new styles and pat
terns will be offered slightly above-half price today! y These
are durably made and will give good service.' Formerly
priced at $1.50 each.
(Center aisle, main floor)'
JlNarcnlyjYcsx OH Girl Tarred endFeathered by
Ll&ryiantl McSa, JlsVccaa Abused of Applying Tai
1 1.; i
-Dorothy , Oraadoa. of
UarUnsburg, W. Ta.. was seized by
a tnob of men and women tn auto
mobilea near ' Frederick, Md.,
tripped of her clothing; tarred and
feathered, then left UHh road la
a aeml-oneelQua; condition. It- ta
said that the members of the, mob
wanted hsr to leave town. She is
seen at the lefVjsncrwlng one" of
bath at the West Piedmont church
In Portland. ; ' .
After, six years of service in. the
local communltr as pastor of the
Highland Friends church,; Rev.
Lee and his family will move next
week to Portland to take the' pas
torate at West- Piedmont. 'Rev.
E. P &ims of Scotts Mills will
come, . to ' Salem in Rev. Lee's
- Mrs. J. E.. Law is, home from a
month'i yacation spent with her
mother, Mrs. J. IL Beveridge of
Portland, at Seaview.
Mrs. Newton McCoy has as her
guest for a; week Mrs. George H.
Harvey. . Mrs. McCoy and Mrs.
Harvey just came from Seaside, v
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith 'are
expecting Miss Freda Smith of
Oakland, California, to ..arrive to
morrow by boat to be their house
guest for a week or ten days.
i . . .
; The Sacred Heart Academy day
school and boarding school will
open September 22. The1 Music
school will open September 2.
;r "- :y'-y-
The Ladies. Aid, society of the
Woman's Relier Corps will meet
tomorrow afternoon with Mrs.
Maria Thompson, 1575 South
Commercial street, for a "social
meeting. ' ?' ; ;
There are 14 cities represent
ed by the 33 girls composing the
Delta Delta, Delta- sorority at the
State College of 'Washington,
which takes, the silver cup this
r t v
5 v v. ' 1 ' J
v t' . J1 iv jl
1 V-I s
her . burns.
At Uie riant la Mrs:
Mary Shank; of 1 Mrersvllle. ' MdJ
who with eight men was arrested
azter tne anaex. -j Mrs. Shack, the!
magistrate said,, admitted aha beatj
the alrV atrlppedi off. her olothtaal
and applied the tar and featheraJ
The nine prisoners were held la
fi.vw , uwut iku ur us urana
year for standing highest In schol
arship of any of the campus
groups. , ! , -
This is the second ' time the
group has held top, place with 40
competitors and kept, an average
for all studies for all the girls at
87.92 per cent. "Oregonian.
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Mr. and Mrs. j-A. G. Kron of
Portland v are receiving congratu
lations upon the birth of a , baby
girl on August 2 5, to . be named
Constance Virginia. Mrs Kron,
therdaughter of Mr. !.and Mrs. L.
D. Davis, has many friends here
who wll remember her as Miss
Lollta Davis. j
Mr. and Mrs. : I. M. Dough ton
and sons, Wayne and Donald, ac
companied ' by Mr. and Mrs.
George King and sons, Stanley
and Bobby, : motored to Cascadia
en Sunday to spend the day. 1
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Mrs. Catherine Colvin who has
been the house guest of Mrs, P.
M. ; Gregory sinee last May will
spend the , next few weeks with
Mrs. Lou Crawford near Newport.
Mrs. Colvin plana to be at . the
Gregory home until Christmas.
'""f? ;;:;-; : f ;
Barbara Freitchie tent of the
Daughters of Veterans will meet
at 8 o'clock this evening for the
regular meeting at! the Armory.
--McMINNVILLE, Or., Aug. 24.
(Special) One of the most beau
tiful double weddings McMinnville
ever . seen was solemnized ; at ; the
Baptist, church Wednesday Au
gust 20, when Misses Myrtle Wln
nifred and Mary Ernestine Bal
lard, twins, were united In mar
riage to, Hugh Ezra Whirry, and
Wiliam Marrin Swift. v r
-Bridesmaids, for. Miss i Myrtle
.Batlard were Mrs. Belvin Vincent
and Miss Evelyn Leger, Belvin
Vincent". , was best man for 'Hugh;
Whirry 'and Rev. J. L. Whirry.
father .of : the groom, was the. of
ficiating clergyman. Irl McSher
ry and Emmett Konzelmatt were
the ushers. ; ' - ' "
Bridesmaids for Miss Mary
Ballard were Miss !Marian Swift
and Miss Isie Jones.! "Edwin Swift
was best- man for his brother.
William. This couple were united
in marriage by Rev. L. S. Shu
maker. - i - "cry
All the young people are grad
uates of Linfield college: The
young ladies' are the: daughters of
TAn and Mrs.: EL L. Ballard; Ezra
Whirry is a member of the high
school faculty at Auburn, Wash.,
where he and his bride will .live.
Mr. Swift 'Is connected with -the
Standard Oil company office here.
o;i ffii is ui
Noted Expert Declares -That
American Agriculture Is .
Rounding Corner ,
CHICAGO,. Aug. 26. American
agriculture has just turned a cor
ner. Dr. David , Friday Washing
ton, D. C, economist and ; former
president of, the . Michigan Agri
cultural . cpllege, .declared .tonight
in. an. address before the American
Association 'of Joint Stock Land
banks.. ..-"VL X l, y -
It is the final turn to the right
that lands out -of the slough of
depression onto the' high road of
prosperity he asserted. "It may
be that we are facing a decline in
the general price level of all com
modities during the next decade or
two; . It Is certain' that we will
not again see the general upswing
of prices which! occurred between
1897 and 1914 j ( :
"In 189 7,-Ih-consequence of de
structive frosts In the. sprtag. and
heavy Tains alii summer In France
and England, the price of wheat
roserapidly aad- our- export sur
plus, : unprecedented in volume,
sold .'at a good price. t - Thei.result
was prosperity, for the farmer and
a revival' m , American industry
generally ' ,.
-,,"Tha good fortune for the-Am-
eri--farmer continued through
not hold, because agticultural pro
duction m America was outrun
ning this country' ability to con
tume ft. In 1896 the " improved
land had more, than doubled in
area compared with 1870. In 1891
the wheat crop had exceeded more
than - 600.000,000 bushels. When
the ' depression of . 1893 reduced
purchasing power, prices' went to
ruinous levels. .
! "Prices began to rise after Aug
ust of 1896, when news came of
a crop failure in India- The next
year a scorching drouth In France
and a wet. harvest- In Russia and
in the Danube valley cut the Eu
ropean crop. America had a good
yield and prices , advanced still
further. - ::-.-
i "The resultant business revival
was arrested for a brief space in
1905-08, but the general trend of
prices was 'upward until . 1910.
This year initiated an era during
which the number of farms actu
ally died. There are today fewer
farms and fewer persons farming
than there were 14 years ago.
"The likelihood Is that the. sup
ply of their .products will increase
barely as rapidly as the mouths to
be fed. We will, therefore have
a duplication of the ..situation
which prevailed from 1897 on. In
that period the prices ; of ; farm
products rose more rapidly than
those of other commodities.
i T'If the general price level of
commodities should decline, what
has , been said here Will lead, to
the conclusion that ': farm ; prices
win decline less .than other prices.
There la already some evidence
that this Is taking place. In April,
1923; farm products stood at. 141.
In July; 1924, the latest month
available, the price level for all
commodities stood at 14?, a-de
cline of 12 points from the high
est . level reached since the de
pression of. 1921; but farm prod
ucts are still at 141.
"American agriculture has seen
progress which was never before
witnessed by any ' group' which
tilled the soil. The impression
that the American farmer has
been going from bad to worse is
arrant nonsense. He is a memf
ber of an Industry which has done
Well by him in the past and which
promises Mm Increased progress
and well-being for the-future
' GENERAL MARKETS
PORTLAND, Aug. 26 Grain
futures: Wheat,, hard white,. blue-
stem and Baart. August. Sentem'
ber, October, $1.40; soft white,'
August $1.30; September, October
$1.32 Vx : western white, August,
September, October ... $1.31; hard
winter, August $1.21; September
$1.22; October $1.23; ! northern
spring, August. September $1.22 ;
October $1.23; western red Aug
ust $1.21; September $1.22;
October $1.23i ' , , i V j
v '-.. -- . Oata , ; , :.:,'V: '
No. 2 white feed. An rust $37:
Sentember. October $38: No. i 2
gray,; August $36; September, pc-
tober $37. : ' r i
No. 2- eastern yellow shipment,
August, September, October, $45.-
50; No. 3, same, August, Septem
ber, October, $45.50. .' "
Millrun September; October,
$30. . : ;. , ; .
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 26.-
Wheat: Cash, No. 1 northern
$1.23 to $1.28 No. 1 hard spring
$1.28 to $L43; No. 1 dark norths
em spring, choice to fancy $1.36
to-$1.4 3;. good to choice $1.28 to
$1.35; ordinary to. good. $1.25 to
$1.28;. old September $1.23; new
September $1.23. old ..December
$1.26 7-8; new December $1.27;
old May $1.31 3-8; new May
$1.81 3-8. -- 4
BUENOS AIRES. Aug. 26.
Open: Wheat He higher; Septem
ber $1.38 1-2; October $1.40 1-2.
LIVERPOOL, Aug.V26. Close:
Wheat 1-4 d to 3-8 d lower; Octo
ber l.t)s, 9- 3-4d; December 10s,
9 3-4d: March 10s, lOd.
PORTLAND, Aug. 26. Hay un
SEATTLE, Aug. 26. Hay 'and
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug 26
Receipts: Hay 48 tons; unchang
NEW YORK, Aug. 26.- Evapo
rated . apples nominal; prunes
firm; apricots and peaches steady;
raisins firm. !
NEW YORK, Aug. 26. -Hops
easy; "state 1923, 35c. to . 40c;
1922, 18c to 20c; Facltlc coast
1923, 23c to 27C; 1922 20c to
23c. H:.-v ";
Improvement of Crop; Pros.
pects in Canada uauses
Drop in Markets
CHICAqO.- Aug 2 6.4-Improvef
ment of crop prospects ln. Canada
brought- about free eelliag; of
wheat . here today and ; prices
dropped. to a new low on the pres
ent downturn.. At the finish wheat
was 3041-8 off with Septem
ber $1.20- 14 tcr $1.20 3-4 and- De
cember .$1.25(911.25 : 1-8: , corn
rose V - ' :;?c ; v qita - unchanged
to l2c .lowejy and .provisions were
tfie same as , yesterday to 12c
Phone 2,2 Advertising Dept.
Bt par wwY
Pe Incwtioa ,,,
Money to Loan
Oa Bfcl EitkU
- T. K. FORD -XOftt
Ladl Bnth. Bak)
. i 0BK0O3T I5CORPOHATED
i Vlete Bohneider, 8. ......
Orf knifed to tranuet (enerml RmI
Itt Bd Iartmat bioMa. with
tb bieet. f giving better aervies t
tfaa HomMMkn or lDTatr. .
' W deal in any aad aU kinds of Beat
Xatata, gnaraata ery transaetios as
Miiairnsaa ia varaa and absolute title.
; Act as agents for non-resident pnp
rtr owner, also -write Inamea; -
Room 816-S1S, U. 8. Mat I Bank
Bldc Salem Oreeon.
WB ARB' HOW ' UT OTJR BTEW LOO A.
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and are batter equipped than aver ta
kandla our large Auto Top business.
O.; H&U Ante Top Pains Oo Ino.
, i -130f
! FOR RENT Apartmenta S
FOR- RENT NICE TTJRXI SHED Apart
ment, 590 Nnion. ' Phone 661JI- 5-a88
FURNISHED. S ROOM APARTMENT
. North, Cottage. 1236-W. S-aSO
THREB ROOM r URN I SHED APART
meat, 68 N. 8nntnsec .; , : S-jnaStt
IF YOU ARB INTERESTED I!f COOIj,
-elean, comiortabls apaxtments, reason
.able rent;, located downtewn. district,
-' Patten apartments. For lnpecttoa or
reaerretien call fattn'a Book Store.
, if i -::,v -4 vr". i . .5-mldtf
FOR RENT APARTMENTS 891 NO.
. -Commercial. 1 ..
FOR KKXT Houses
-FOR SALE OR RENT
House and two lots on car line; par
ed street, modern improreatents' (ex
-eept heating), ban aad-garage. Owner,
173 S. Cottage, phone 143 W. 7-a2
FURNISHED HOUSE;: FREB 'RENT TO
man, and wife for care- of . elderly ladr.
'564 8. 16th St. Phone 1484-R. 7 31
5 ROOM HOUSE. CLEAN AND' NEAT
- Pal) basemeat. , Adults preferred. 320
6. Winter. - i 7-a24tf
WHT RENT WHEN TOU CAN OWN A
fir room boas br only paying $ SO per
, month. Very- - small, payment; down.
Telephone 1974-J. or call at 1057 8.
13th. -.. . . T-S20
HOUSES TO RENT T, L. WOOD. S41
8tste St. ! T-m23tf
WANTED To Bens f 7
; I Wanted to Rent. ;
- Furnished room, mnst bs close In.
Breakfsst desired... Writa bo, 622,
csre '8tstwnan. - ' ' - 7a-atf
FOB SALC Miscellaneona S
FOR SALE TEAMS, HARNESS, WAG-
ons, smsll and large disc, plows, spring
tooth. - dra harrows, dise rraln drilL
Fordson tandem dic. aad a 2 bottom
i inch plow and a cream separator.
Timer oa part. John H. Scott, 305 Ore
gon Bldg. Phene 254- or 62a. 8 2 8
HEN 8. FOR SALE 50e EACH, Phone
62 2. : . . . - . 8-a26tf
Q RAVEN STEIN S Box- 4T. Rt." 8. 8a-27
LIGHT HARDWOOD TRAILER NEW
tires, good condition, S 70. Phone 60 F4
SPANISH AND DUTCH IRIS Sarplns
atoca ior aaie. i-none iou-w. - -
. .., 8-a24tf
FOR SALE PEARS FOR CANNING 50e.
Bring your box. . Come' to large prune
aryer oa , Wallace road. , i . U. winr.
v " - .. a-aSl
TresipssS Notices, size 14 Inches by
-tnenea, - printed on good it) ounce
eanraaa beanas tke-werds, Kotiee Is
Hereby Giren That Trespaaaiaar . Is
Strictly Forbidden On These Premises
Under Penalty Of Prosecution." Price
lie each or two. for 25c Statesman
Pablishing Company, . Salens. - Oregoa.
I r . - ,- . -. 8-atf
PRINTED. CARDS. . SIZB 14" BI. Tib-"-
wording, "itooms to itent, price if
'cents each. Statesman Business 01
fieej Grennd F)oor; '
OLIVER . DISO PLOW, BINDER AND
drill. Want team in exchange. Ward
K. . Richardson. , , . . 8 37
FOR SALE POTATOES. 82.25 PELIV
ered. ibone 81fl8. . B-a30
FOR SALE PIANO.
Call 455 Hickory.
SAND AND GRAVEL BUNKERS, 5 miles
nortn. uargain it sold soon, n. j.
Beardsley. Phone 6F3. 8-s2
FOR SALE NICE FIVE BOOM HOUSE.
small payment down, the-Test like
rent Call 1974-J or come and see 'it
at' 1057 a. 18th. . B-atO
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10
cents a bundle. Lirculatioa department
FIRST CLASS OATS AND VETCH HAY
Pawn 84P18. - - .. 8-JSltf
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
Hit your machine repaired by the
neoole who maks it. Special rental
rat to students. 800 Mssoni Bids;
Phone 282. r .- m r nasi
Beautiful Oregon Rdsi
And eleren other Oregon songs t
rather with fine collection of patrW
Fe songs, sacred songs and many oI
ALL FOB 23s. I
(SpeeisI prices in quntlty lets)
. Espeeial- adaptable for sehaol, eo -muaity
or home sinking. . Saad for
' TO prr aw hr It thlrtr dltioa
- v--l Pnblisaed r
ORZOOH .TEACHERSr. MOIt THLT '
215 S. Commercial St. Salem, Or.
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PORCH
swings at bsrgsin. 1757 Waller' Ft
FOB SALE Livestock 0
NICE WEEKS OLD PIGS FOR SALE
AIM brood sows. John H. Seott. i305
Oregon Bldg. , Phone , 254 r- 682r .
- . ' v ' - ' 9-a29
100 - LARGE ..RAMKOrnXTT KAT'T f
Sle. K-nll tin'TiJierii. FortUnd Union
stock" fsrds.. i.'orth I'ort'ac i, P
Six month' eantrart, pat iboi.C 13
It month' eontrtct, par aaaLXI2s
Xiaiaaat tot ay dTrtiaieiit 25a
FOB SALE Livestock O
HAMPSHIRE RAMS PRICES THAT
will suit. Harry L. Riches, Kt. 8,
verton.- . 027
$40 . BUT8 GOOD 1000 LB. 110" ?!.
bnggy and harness. See J. L. i'.raAr
- at (Statesman office. - - 7
SEVERAL REOISTEBrD AND GliAti
Jersey eews for sale. triced riht
W. O. Swiaman, Jefiersen. 4. 1.
. - 9 f
fred' tv. lanoe; : VrrEZT7?A2rA.V-,
Office 430 & Commercial. l ion 1 1 '
Roa. phone 1510. i
WOOI FQIi BAL3 11
; CALL ON US
f6 yonT supply - of wood and eot'
right pHeea. conrteons aerrica.- Thn t
1855. Hillman Fuel Co... li as 4
JUDD SAWS WOOD PHONE 142. 11 if
8PECIAL PRICES ON IS" OLD FI-.
s Phone 1361U. H-j
FOR SALE DRT SECOND CZO. T. r f j
wood, 4 ft. Tot ianie4.ata c.
Phone 108.. , . 4 f ! "
18-INCH OLD FIR, 4 CL" r; ,
aeeoad Trowthr esht aad ak. I
19F8. .iL D. Atayfleld. ... 11 . i
BEST ORADS OF WOOD
. 4 ft. aad IS inch. :
Dry or green mill wood. -Dry-
aeeoad czawtav fir. '
Dry old fir.. -"
- Dry ft. aalu ' r : 4 '.
Prompt delirrr-r" and ressoctira rr!,
,,.FRED. E. .WELLS, 280 Boat CUrr'w
Phope 1843. - ' : - 1 1 4
WANTED EmrlojuaenS 12 . .
WANTED - FOR EXCAVATING. AND
. plonghiBg. Team work of any kind.
Phono 1622. Res. 735, Bellerue.
WANTED POSITION AS Steno-r8rvr
or general office girl. Phone l-i.-. '.
", ' , 12-a23
WIDOW WITH 3 SMALL BOYS wan
work oa ranekt cooking; for men. 52 2 .
care Statesman. - .12-aUe
WANT WORK ON RANCH BY TEA
Hao fam'ly. 14!J frk. 12n'.'
I. WANTED Sllscellaneooa IS.
WANT TO BUY FOUR OR FIVE roon
banpalow not over 19- block trot. K.
L. Woodi 841- 8tte St. 13 JJ
SEE US FOR YOUR PRUNE "DilYINC!
Hare enough -room left for 300 bones
daily. John Ahrens, Phone Turner 151.
. -. - j . . . 13-aJ
WEST SALEM DRYER NOW RUNNING.
ow prune ana eany Italian want
ed now. Phone 47F14. 13-a2a
WANTED A- PARTY WHO WANTS A
sito room aouse- ny only psyicg i . I
-sr month- and a' gmall down Tj-n--rA
Phona 1974-J or call 1057 6. 1Z
J'-. . ;- .- : .:..13-2f
WANTED 3PDACB IN GOOD HOM
where little, girl' csa work for boar
and room and go to school. Phono 1751
WOODRY- THB AUCTION EJT3
aaad. fnrnitor xaz cask. Phone 11
. - i . -13-pnt
8 SECOND HAND HOUSE DOORS
2x, 6x6r 1935 Maple. 13-24
WANTED 50,000 LBSt 'OF
s. HIGHE8T PRICE 3 PAID '
SEE US AT ONCK
CAPITAL BARGAIN HOUSE
81 -Center 13-alOtf
ROOFS SHINGLED 03 REPAIRED BY
'. day or contract.. Phona 1152W. 13 a!3
WANTED - MEN AKT WOitEH Tl
take farm paper subscriptions. ' A goo 4
proposition to the ri;tt pec-le. Ad
dress the Pacific Jljracstesi, tUtesmag
Bldr.. Plera. Or.
CLASS IN TELEGRAPHY OPENS- Bp
- tern ber first. -For particular see .rio
BuUer. Western Union. . . 14-s26tf.
If You Don't Liko iMy
- : . Work,
don't hfre me, but at least give me
chance to show yoo soma of the roofs
that X aTe painted. . .
M. Ui UATHZWa '
Phone 147. i 14-J!ylBtf
A VERY 8MALL PAYMENT DOWN an
830 a month will mske yon the r-roul
owner Of fire room fcoasn. Phone
1974-J or call at 1057. B l"th, 14-
HELP WANTED 13 .
WANTED SECOND COOK FOR SMALT
. cafeteria. Call 1615. ,15 a27
HOP PICKING WILT, COMMENTS AT
Willtama yard September l. Vfiil start
hanling pickers 28.Aagast. 15-a3l
ATTENTION HOP PICKEE3
. -Wa invite-yea to inspect tvtr of tie
best yards- in Oreron Mitoma yar j
near Independence. 117 acres, and Cr
tis yard near Talbot 80 acre. Bee fof
yonrselres, then register er!y. Atoi.i
three' weeks' picking beginning August
28. Home people given the preference.
For fall information write pboa or
call a Darbin A Cornoyer, erer Pet
it ey a store. Phone 491. 15-!
a i r
AGENT WANTED 10
SUBSCRIPTION SOLICITORS TO RS-
preseat high -clasa Eastern Mairasinfl
oompsny. Mast be able to devote a 1
time and be. experienced. Write or
wire giving past experience -to M. A.
Steele, 8, Columbus Circle, New York,
N. Y. ' - . " lg-eV ;
KULP WANTED 'Female 17
WANTED 5 EXPERIENCED . WAIT-
resses. steady employment. Gray Belie.
' 172 If
HELP WANTED Malty 19
WANTEDAN AUTOMOBILE MECHAN
IC call or write Imn a Oarr. Ai-
Male and Female 10 -
PRUNE TICKERS. SHAKERS AND drW
help.-' Sonai, , sprins. etovewood s I
electric lights. Summit Home, Kt. 4.
MAGAZINE SALESMEN TO ACT
district manager in thi t-rrittrj-,
erww 'managers f'-r ' the f.tf.t "
sine propos.: t'ri.t--. 'r i--" ;
producer. -. '' ' " -
Onm VMk (tit hiurt!oaT
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