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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1924
i T A S THE ONLY DELEGATE
: XX, , from! Salem serer attending
i this girls') assembly; Miss Ruth
E. Ross, one -oz uregon 8 two oi-
llcial delegates to the Interna
i tional Older Girls' conference last
; month at Lake Genera, Wlscon-
$ln, arrived home yesterday. The
; second delegate irom Oregon was
! a Portland girl. Miss Bernlce
i Cofer;:." j i.: .'; ' - '! :
Miss Ross, leaving Salem July
; 30, .; was Joined . in i Portland by
Miss Cofer. . The trip from; Seat
tle to Vancouver,- B. C, was made
by boat, passage being taken on
the "Princess Victoria." From
Vancouver i to -Lake ; Geneva, the
train trip (through the Canadian
rockies afforded a number of in
teresting, and ; delightful stops.
. The conference,, opening August
7, continued for twelve days, clos
ing , on - the 20th of the ; month.
The,,flrs.t. day: was given over- to
registration, 475 delegates having
come, from all parts of the coun
try, .The delegates were divided
Into groups of. seven, each v group
occupying : one- of the cottages
wrhich mm) nn-thft mimmr'ml.
ony. Aside from . the division of
the girls according to their con
ference year,) they were grouped
to make six different tribes. Miss
Ross with a group .of 130 girls,
belonged to the Irfquois tribe.
A -typical -conference day op
ened " with ; setting j up exercises
followed t7 a dip in ; the lake.
Breakfast ! came at 7:30 o'clock.
A full class schedule took up all
ofeach-tnorKlngv j inspirational
Classes being given in Old Testa
ment history, Sunday school
class ,i organization,! and ! Young
Peoples' Conference 'work. 5
After one afternoon class, the
time was; given over . to tribal
recreations, . with , many i aquatic
sports. The regulation conference
togs were .knickers . and middy
blouses. After dinner together
in one great dining'. room, the
girls' met for hillside devotions
in the- "Cathedral, of the .Grail."
a natural forest retreat. After
this hour, the "night's doings"
followed. One evening was a treas-
ure hunt, anothet an impromptu
play, i while a most interesting
one was a lake excursion to "Ge
neva City." HereH the 475 girls
with their group! S of fifty lead
ers were greeted" s by - two drum
corps1 which led f hem in serpen
tine through thej -street of the
city.: I i j i f
'One special feature of the trip
to Lake Geneva was a visit made
to the Yerkes Observatory, the
observatory having the largest
telescope in the world. It wilj; be
remembered that' i it was from
this territory that the astrono
mers made their, u most notable
exposures of. Mars, ,
.At the close of the conference,
Mies Ross went to Chicago where
she spent five days visiting rela
tives. She met. while there, Marj
ory Edmunds, Vard Southworth,
and Elton Von pschen. , Leaving
Chicago,! Miss Ross spent a .week
in Eau Claire,, Wisconsin; three
days in i St. Paul! and, Minneapo-
lis and three days in Ellendale,
'.Throughout the winter, Miss
Ross and Miss ; Cofer will have,
the privilege of telling of their
conference experiences at differ
ent conferences in the state.
SI -i" If' 1 " : ,
Complimenting. ',Mr. and Mrs.
Frank M. Jordan and Miss Helen
Jordan of Seattle; Dr.' and Mrs.
J. Shelley Saurmin were dinner
hosts at 7 o'clock! Wednesday. The
table was centered with a bowl
of. yellow blossoms, with yellow
candles further bringing out the
attractive color i scheme. ' Man
Jongg was the -diversion of the
Covers were placed for Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Jordan, Miss Helen
Jordan, Mr. and -Mrs. Henry Me
yers, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lach
mund, Mrs. Charles- Gray of In
dependence, and the hosts, Dr.
and' Mrs. Saurman.
Mrs. Anthony j Wayne Cook,
president-general of the Daughters
of the American i Revolution, who:
is a Portland visitor spoke infor
mally on the importance of ob
serving Defense day, when Wil
lamette chapter, DA. Rl, met for
luncheon . yesterday at the home
ef the "regent, Mrs. W.. W. Mc
Credle, 668 East Broadway. The
luncheon was an informal buffet
affair, with about 100 present.
Mrs. McCredie's home was beauti
fully decked with early fall flow
! Assisting the hostess were Mes
dames U. G. Smith. William R.
Briese, Charles S. Arnold, Louis
P. Thornton, John , T. Dougall,
Murray Manville, C. B. Tllson,
William A. Evans, William H. Am
bler, J. E. Anderson, James H.
Carrlco, S; 8. " Lamont, P. L.
Stoeckle and G. E. Watts. ."Ore
gonian." : L
I " .. ' u - '. '.
Chapter G of the PEO sister
hood, of .which Mrs. B. X. Beech
ler is president, plans - an espe
cially active year. A number of
committees have been named,' and
the program for the entire year
made out. ,
These ? who will serve on the
program ; committee include: Mrs.
W. M. Hughes, Mrs. W. W. Moore,
and Mrs.; F. W. Selee.
The social committee members
are; Mrs. O. E. Price, Mrs. W. M.
Smith, Mrs. B. J. Miles, and Mrs.
A. C. Parr.
!; Those who will care for the
philanthropic interests are: Mrs.
W. H. Byrd, Mrs. G. W. Laflar
and Mrs. P. J. Kuntz.
f On the flower committee the
members will be: Mrs. William
McGilcbrist, and Mrs. C. B. Mc
I Mrs. A. L. Godfrey is the jour
nalist for the chapter while Mrs.
Frank Churchill is pianist.
The year's program will include
jfwenty meetings, one of which
will be fa Christmas party, one
Children's afternoon, one an enr
tertainment, one and old-fashioned
party, and one a picnic. The
year's study will follow the book,
'The Oregon Country In Brief,"
the program committee of the
chapter I being Indebted to the
United States National bank in
Portland, Oregon for this series
I The chapter includesf twenty
seven active members, with a non
resident' ; membership of three.
The non-resident members are
Mrs. B. E. Bowers of Subli
mity, Oregon; Mrs. William
Knight i of MHwaukie, Oregon;
Mrs. J. B. Littler of Berkeley,
California; and Miss Ella Welch
I ' .' Today j '
ters of Veterans, larmory, 7:30
;.ast' morning' for war mothers
to' sign at Central pharmacy.
Business meeting of Salem Wo
man's club. : Club house.
' Cooked Food Sale, Aiixilary of
American Legion. Capitol post No.
9. PIggly Wiggly store.
Cooked Food Sale, War Moth
ers Niemeyers Drug! store. -
West Salem M. p. church sale.
Home of Mrs. Fred Smith.
- ;Mr. and Mrs. lJnn C. Smith
returned the first.' of the week
f r0ra a motor trip, to' Coos Bay.
la- North Bend they were guests
of - Mr. and Mrs. Hary Wende
roth who left Salem last February.
Mr. Wenderoth. who for eighteen
years was in Ladd and. Bush bank,
is now manager of Keizer Broth
ers' hospital. Mr. and: Mrs. Smith
spent sometime at! Sunset Beach.
' - ;:' :; ' j
'Mrs. L. A. Emerson," after 'a
month's visit at the A. L. Brown
and Fred L. West homes left Wed
nesday morning for Med ford on
her way home' to
California, i Mrs.
entertained : in a variety of pleas
ant ways while here. .
0i- ! ' ; - !
?'A number of local- people ate
planning to attend' the: 15th an
nuaV Round-Up whicfe will take
place September 18, 19, and 20.
Earlier in the week Miss Joseph
ine Sedgwick was - chosen queen
of -the occasion, j Miss Sedgwick
is a member of the . Hoot Gibson
company of motion picture play
ers, with Texas her home state.
Miss Jessie; Drumheller of Walla
Walla was j queen jot -the Round
Up last year at Pendleton.
Instead of having la bevy of
pretty girls attend her. Miss Sedg
wick will have men-at-arms.
" .Mrs. J. L. Ingtey was hostess
Wednesday; afternoon: for the
members of the Woman's Home
Missionery j society; of-, the Leslie
Methodist church at a silver tea.
rink roses,; galllardia; and cosmos
were used variously In the rooms.
Miss Ella Moody ; had charge of
the lesson.- Hostesses? with Mrs.
lngrey for the day were: . Mrs.
Morehead and Mrs. Selee.
From' Large. Eastern Mills We Have Brought to You
: Best and Most Diversified Showings We
"Have Jiver Been Able, to Offer in
We have been working for months in searching' and
selecting; the kind of coatings that will please our custom
ers and give them satisfaction We hope you'll like them
and find pleasure in visiting- our store and seeing them
whether you desire to purchase or not.
56 Inch Boliria You may be sure that your coat if you I
make it of this material will be stylish and much ad- -
mired. Soft, warm, all wool, beautiful rich colorings
in ; Copper, Nicklegrey, Taupe, Cocoa, Brown, AO
Navy, Black; Priced per yard.. 0D7O
56 Inch Downy Wool or Velvatone is of excellent
appearance, gives warmth, and has wonderful
wearing quality. It is not difficult: to make
a very stylish looking coat from
this material. Priced a yan
. f ' . -a - ; .s"
56 Inch Flamingo Coating, something very new'
. has a medium, wide wale with, o-avlv rXnrtA
shadow plaid effect between the cord
has solid plaid back, r 1 gr
Priced per yard W,vD
Never Before Have We Had
Such a Very Large Stock
i of Coatings as
Other Coats at
2.98 3J5 3.98 Yd
' 1 1
- - mr ju, m . w . m i
-: em w n
Mm i n .
Now .;. ' vmmi. mmm
Fall Millinery iii- Our Downstairs Store
2.98 3:98 45 4,98 :-
"- , ' . . "i , :. . -' --Jj ! :
5.98 6.75 6,98
j Your Mail Orders - j
receive! careful attention. ; We pay th post
age ori express within a radius of a hundred
miles. !- ! .
, j Satisfaction Guaranteed v
on every purchase or your money cheprfully
. '. ! ?' : . ! i : '' .
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466 State St.
rue QTOHZ fol ruF sfplT
Portland Silk Shoji
1 383. Alder St.:
, Miss Ruth Barnes and- Mis
Esther Parounaglan were compli
mented Wednesday evening with a
charming ' dinner party at1 which
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mills were
hosts. . Vivid-colored nasturtiu rs
were; used in ; the dining room.
The guests . lor the occasion in
cluded relatives of Miss Ruth
Barnes, bride-elect, whose mar
riage will be ' one of the largest
nuptial events of the autumn sea
son, Hhe ceremony taking place
Wednesday, September 17, at the
First Methodist church. r
Covers. for the pre-nuptial jdin
ner were placed for Miss . Ruth
Barnes, Miss Esther , Parounaglan.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T; Barnes, Ralph
Barnes, Mr. and Mrs.. J. H. Baker,
Mrs.; Frank Power Miss Florence
Power, Miss Delores William:,
and I Mr. J. T. Klingensmith of
Pennsylvania, a great-uncle of
Miss' Barnes! I ' ! I ;
, ,ri ... . Jf .
Mr. and Mrs. J.: H. Baker have
as their house-guest Mr. J T.
Klingensmith of Pennsylvania.
':' . " ; sw ' ;. I
Gertrude J. M. Page was hos
tess at dinner the first of tne
week entertaining Miss Page, Ad
dison Page, and Mr. and . Mrs. r.
Noll of Ida Grove, Iowa.
A sale of delicious cooked
foods is announced for tomorrow
by the auxiliary of the American
legion, capital post No. 9. The
sale: will be ! held' at the Piggly
Wiggly store. ?
Miss Lucille Moore was hostess
at a prettily appointed dinner last
evening complimenting Miss Leah
Ross who leaves for Eugene this
month where she! will attend the
University of Oregon, entering for
herj junior year, I A basket of
mixed asters centered , the attrac
tive, table where covers were
placed for Miss Leah Ross, Miss
Ada Ross, Miss Florence Jones,
Phone 28 Advertising Dept.
if ' ' Sat. pu ww4
On. wMk (ilz iasirUoa.).
Oa. Boath ' , l i
Sia mooth" coatraet, pr montk 15a
13 nonOjft' contract, pw bosU 13a
Minim na far may dTartiawB.at SSe
FOB S ALB Miscellaneous 8
Money to Loan
j Oa Bad EaUU
I T. K. FOBD
(Ott Lftdd A Bmaa Bank)
WE BELIEVE IN OREGOK r
' We belieTe in SALEM.
We believe in the people and o.raelTea.
i We want to abow the world the ad
. Tantagea of oar wonderful' Stat, and
Citiea and aak you to help ua.
Anything - we- know about Real Eatate,
Insurance or InTeatmenta ia your, for
:; Phone 208 or call on
' 815-316, U. 8. Bank Bldg. Salftn, Or.
Miss f Lola Millard. Miss Miriam
Lorell, Miss Nellie Rowland, and
the hostess, Miss Lucille Moore.
I Any mother who has had a son
in ue service is especially re
quested to add her name to the
"Defense Test Day" roll which
she will find at the Central phar
macy in- the Bank of Commerce
building. Signatures may be made
UP till, noon. J
: ijf '
: Mr and Mrs. F. A. Baker plan
to leave this week-end for Nesko
win for a beach-outing.
(Continued on page 8)
, f "I STATE Or OREGON ,
Department of Stat
". "' ; " Salem . (
Notice ia hereby siren, that pursuant to tho provision of Section. 2726-2729,
Oregon Laws, the folli-winrc state warranta issued for a period of moreHhan aeren
years prior to July 1, 1924. will be declared void and payment thereon refused by
the State Trpecui-rr of Oregon, nnlees prerelited for payment at the office of the State
Treasurer. Salem. Oregon, within sixty days front the 5th day of September. 1924.
the date o the first publication of this notice: ;
r ' f V Oen.ral rand i ';
Warrant j Date
Number t Iaaaed & In Whose Fa Tor Amount
' ' '
1 . 117
Mill City H. SJ Annual
balden. J. w.
R.bb. Tii V. i
Hunter, ' John ,
Sandy Lumber Co.
ilcCurn,; Lee I
ladustrial Accident Fund
Jnly i 7.1
Sept.. 26 191S
nor. in. ivxo
Bryton Engineering Co.
Standard, Dr. S. C. .
liiltirerv Albert F
Dehch. Pete ; .
Goodman, li. I4.
Yatnouiato, B.-i ....
bandr Lumber 'Co.
8cislowski, Edmund ....
Sandy Lumber Co. ,
- Moore, John A.
Jal:, W'". R..-j
Wanunjf J. A.t ;
feialey.s Frank B. ....
Kandr . Lumber ;Cc. ,,
bandy Lumber j Co.
testimony whereof. I have hereunto set mr hand anil rmniteI thm uil nf 1
tte of Oregon to be hereto affixed thia 2nd Anw of Reptember, 1924.
( S E It ) : is SAM Ai KOZEE,
' ' Secretary of State. a 5-1219 ?
C. m& G. Store
254 North Commercial
Pne Block Out of the High, Rent District
j 1 Walk a Block and Save
or Olympic; Flour
Crown,- Drifted Snow f fiO
12 lbs. Berry
Crisco, j, j 1 .
1 3 pounds i
i . ..I
I 6 lbs. - .$1.45
2 1-lb. Bread!
I. (double) .1
9 lbs . . .$2.15
I .Fresh stock, medium size '
i Libby's Pork s & . Beans, 1 ft
1 lb. 2 02...:..... 1UC
; Pacific Nut Butter, , of
per lb. ............ CuC
i . ' ' ' 4 " ' - "
Large size' Staley's , ; q
Golden Syrup ...... D SIC
! 7 Bars Sunny Monday or
. i iSoap . aCOG
Star, Horseshoe ISO in
! or Climax I U7C
' .5... ; j ..- ,
Tuxedo, i j QC'
1-lb. can j. ,. ODC
' -I " ' 1 '
Lucky Strike? Cigarettes, r
2 for ....... . 6dC
Fairly good ; Q
House Brom ...... TsaC
I j Dry Goods
New j stock of full cut QQ
well made- Aprons. . 70C
Ladles' I summer Unions.Qft
. last call, each ..... aJafC
Ladies Buster Jrown jr
Cotton Hose ....... apC
Boys' Heavy Arrowhead : Hose,
all sizes, brown or Aft
black, 33c, or 3 prs apX eUU
Heavy 36 inch
Outings, per yard..,
Men's and Boys'
New line of Boys' Knee
Pants Suits just received
You. will find these reasonably
; priced for all wool in one,
and two pants
suits, $7.30 to
hakl 1 ; - oft
Pants ........... PXJa7
. ; j
Caps ... . ... . . . ..$1.25
New Fall Underwear in Men's, Boys', and Children's.
New Line of Umbrellas in Cotton
- 'J 1 y -11 M " - i
Bring yourlentire list, and buy with confidences-Delivery
orders of $5.00 free, under a 10c charge. :
and (p. ilSTOll
Fhone 560 254 N Commercial
Auto 'Tops i --3
Side Curtains j
r Put oa. door roda I - m
Frepara now. for a raiay day. Call and
- ! .
it ' O. j. HULL J
At hia new location. 219- SUta- St. 'i
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PRINTED CARDS, SIZB 14" BT 1Wm
wordinf VFor Bt," prtca 10 eeata
each. Statesman Buaineaa Otfica,
Ground Floor. i " '-i r
it ;: 4a29tf
FOB RENT FURNI8HED 5 ROOM. S3 0
Bath, hot water, ldy taba. I
u. B Bank WUr. .
rOR RENT ApartmenU 5 f
FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR Coop!.
Close in. 1835 j State street. 5-sllcf
FURNISHED j APARTMENT, OARAGE.
1315 Jefferson.; :):. 5-a5rf
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSB
keeping and aleepinc; rooms. 645 Ferrf.
. Phone 1806-R.s, - ? .,. &.ti
THRE ROOM ? rURNIBHXD i APART
tnant. 5a N. Summer. i 6-aeltf
IT TOU ARB INTERESTED IH jCOOL,
comfortable apartmanta, rsaaea
abla rant; f located downtown district,
attoa apartments. For inspection r
reaerratioa call ; Paitea'a Book Store.
-. ! i ;i 6-ml4tf
FOtC. RENT APARTMENTS; . SSI NO.
FOR RENT Rooms 6
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS.
o fitate St. : :l 6-al4
4 FURNISHED ROOMS TO RELIABLE
BQuus oniy, 7& . nigh. i 6-alJ
ROOMS TO RENT CALL 2044-W.
"WANTED . ROOMERS.
Phone S72R. i
160 ! UNION
- . V 6-13
1 AND 2 ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING
alao alepmg roonu, clean and; neat nad
FOR RENT Hoosea 7
FOR RENT: !
8 room fnroished house located at 1785
Saginaw street, $50 per month.
4 room new bungalow located at 1725
b. lzth Bt.,; per month.
room home ; located X 305 S. 14th
bt. f 80 per month. '..
4 room home located on Fairmount h.ilL
no children,! $15 per month. - ;
W. H. GRABENHORST OO.
275 State St.; ; f - 7-tt4
FOR RENT 3 HOUSES
Gertrude J. M. Page. .
ANY SALEM RENTER HERE ARE fire
beta in modern homea that will beat
your apt. i . W
1 Brand new plain cottage, fcath, plas
ter, ete. $2850. ; jl . . ; H
2 Brand new bungalow, on paring aad
car, - xirepiaee and basement, S3 500.
3 Brand new; stucco with 5 rooms and
attic, furnace, fireplace, paring, -ee-
- ment walks, . hardwood, , ldry tabs,
- $400. 1 v - i 1 . .
' 4 Old home, perfect condition. 1 rooms
wttn inrnace, fireplace, garage, pared
walks, on car. Large lawn with
flowers, trees, etc.. S4700.b
5 Modern 8 room with everything, east
front corner in center of Oaks. 16500.
. NOW any one of these can be bought
ior ouu aown; oaiance xa to ?()
oontn, interest included. : Call your
- irncK nnu get tne Key.
BECKE ft HENDRICKS ?
U. S. Bank BMg. 1 7-alitf
FOR RENT -8 ROOM MODERN HOUSE
completely furnished. Located, oa Fair-
mount hUL S55 a month, j I
7 room modern home completely fur
nished un Church atreet,' f 63 a month.
8 room home unfurnished, located
S05 S. 14th. 230 a month. ' '
New 4 room bungalow 1725 South
lztn. f za a month. i
W. II. GRABENHORST CO. '
875 State St. , 1 l j T-a7tf
FOR RENT A 8 ROOM MOSTLY fur
Dished, with double garage, stabla room
etc. 8 large! lots. 1145 No. Liberty,
See . Was. Fleming, 841 State. 7-s5tf
WHY PAY RENT WHEN YOU CAN
buy juat like rent. Very small car
ment down and you can bar possession
of fire room house, good location; -J 1
block from car line, near school. Call
at 1057 8. 13th or Phono 1S74J 7-s2
HOUSES TO RENT T. L. WOOD. 341
8tate St. -:-r 7-m23tf
i" For Sale
Tresspass Notices also- 14 laches by
lnehea, printed oa good 10 on ore
eaarass bearing the words, "Notice Is
Hereby Girea That Trespaaalaf Is
Strictly Forbidden Oa These Premises
Under Penalty Of Prosecution." Priea
lSe.eacn or two for 2 So. t a team an
Pablishinf Company, Ealem, Oregon.
FOB SJLLE OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10
centa a baadla. Circulation depactmeat
Oregon statesman. '
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PORTS
swings at a bargain. 176T WaUar Kt
M . 8 Jsa28tl
UNDERWOOD TYPIWOITEB CO..
Hare your aaaehiaa repaired by the
people who make it. t-pecial reotW
rate to atudeate. 800 Xiaaoai. Bida
Phaaa 262. nls(
PRINTED CARDS. BIZ 14" BY t"
wording, "Room ta Rant,' priea. If
eanta each. Rtateamaa Basiaaaa Of
'-' fi!"'iiir,W'' Wr' 'iiiniii i mini Hi
FOR SALE Livestock O
FRED W. LANGEt VETERINARIAN-.
Office 430 & Commercial. Phone 118
Res. Phone lfififl. 9-mSrttf
auction bam:h io
AUCTION SALE TUESDAY,' SEPT. IS.
10 o'clock, 2 mi lea northeast of Jeffer
son, Marion toad.
S6 dairy, cattle, many cows sooa (o
freshen; all young grade HoUteia and
Jerseys. 10 bead 2 year old Jersey and
Gnernaeya. Horses, hogs, ImpiesMnts,
chickens, Fordaon tractor, high quality
furniture, etc.! Usual terms. II. C
Shtelda. Jefferson, Oregon.. - 10-sl
WOOD FOB BALE 11
OAK. MAPLE, OLD' AND SECOXD
growth fir, priced rljht. Phone 1879W
STOP I DON'T BUY INFERIOR "WOOD!
Get the best oak and fir;' also" coal.
By phoning 1855. ' It-alOtt
16 INCH WOOD FOR NORTH SALEM
from new mill near Deaf acaool. 5
loada 815. Phone 204. , ' , 11 o9
FOB SALE ALL KINDS . OB WOOD.
John U. Scott. Phona 254 or 622.
'--.it : t 11-B14
WANTED To Rent 7
WANTED TO RENT SMALL FIRM
equipped fori. poultry preferred. Care
statesman. S65. . n 1 2
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 8
GAS DRAG SAW-
STEAM DRAO SAW
FOR SALE NEW HOLLOW TILE OA
rage. wen locaiea in eaiem. Bmall
payment will, handle. - Phoae owner,
uv. i f ' i n . ant
FOR SALE TOMATOES, 75 CESTS A
box. Phone 100F32. ' , 8 s7tf
CANNING TOMATOES PHONE 100F33.
IK.-.. ' II 8 a3tf
: - f - ' ' ; -- . S
Beautiful. Oregon Rose
I !' - '
And eleren other Oregon ; songs t
f 'ether with a fine collection of patriot
o songs, sacred saagg and maay !
tima f arorites. : : ;;i
! ALL FOR 25a. ' '3
i -1 ., - - i '
. (Ppeefal prlcra In quantity lota)i
Eapeeially adaptable for eebooi, eoa
annuity or home singing. ; Send for
: - i .14 ;!r. '"
TO pages bow la Its third adit ion'
OREGON TEACHERS M0 rHLT -SIS
S. Oommerclal ,8t Salem, Or.
CLASS OATS' AND VETCH' WAY
OLD FIR 4 FT,' AND SECOND GROWTH.
Phone Judd, 108F3. - U-13
SPECIAL PRICES ON 18" OLD FIR
Phona 1841M. ' lla
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. and 16 inch.
Dry er green mill waaaV
Dry aeeoad growth fir.
Dry old fir, ; "
Dry 4 ft akJ
'Prompt delirery and reasonable priea,
FRED E. WELLS, 280 bonth Ohnreh.
Phone 1642. i 11-aoa1
FOB SALE DRY SEOOND-OROWTH fa
wood,. 4 ft. For. iauaadiata daUrery.
Phona 108. '(. x 4-fHti
18-INCH OLD FIR,- 4 FOOT OLD FIB.
aeeond growth oak a i ash. Pheae
1SF8. M. D. Mayfleld. -'ll-iaa?.
.WANTED Cmpioyracnt ia
EMPLOYMENT! ON- RANCH YEAR
around work. I Notify Charles Weathers,
Bt. 8, Saleaa. 12-al8
YOUNO MANfATTENDINa SCHOOL De
airea place to work for room and board.
Box 6613, pare Statesman. 12-al2
WANTED FOR EXCAVATING AND
ploughing. ' Team work of any kind -Phona
1622-W. Res. 735 Bellerue.
WORK YOUR BEES FOR HONEY. Ex
perienced beekeeper waata part tima
joba. etatesma-n. 5537, 12 sl2
Green Roof Painting
Also black, yallosr; blue.
Call and ask to see soma of my worl
ia roof" painting and reshlagliag.
H. B MATHEWS .
Phona 167. f r 13-a2ll
WANTED t FOR EXCAVATING AK1
pteaghiag.: Teens Mrli of say kis4
Phone 1622. i Rea. 785, Belleme. ,
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WANTED- Miscellaneous 13
WOODRY THE AUCTIONED RB UTS
meed. fjiraUura. fer cash. Phane 611
i ..:' 13-aprtf
WANTED A PARTY WHO WANTS A
fire room, houas by oaly paying f3(
a month and S small down payment
Phona 1974-J ar caU -. 1057 S. 13th,
ROOFS SHINGLED OR REPAIRED Bl
day or eontraet, Phona 1152W. lS-alS
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN T
take farm paper aubseriptioaa. A goo 4
proposition to the right people. AsV
dreae the Paeifio Hoaaeatead, Stateamaa
Bldr.. Salem. Or. - '
X LET ON SHARES 15 HEAD SHEKI.
All ewes. Osll t2-M. 14
HELP WANTED -15
UOP PICKERS WANTED LEWIS yard,
Brown's Island. Phoeg-1 1 a P4. 15 sl2
AGENTS WANTED !
SUBSCRIPTION SOLICITORS TO RE
present ; high elsas Eastern Magatin
company. Must be able to derote al
time aad ba experienced. ' Write c4
wire giring past experience to M. A.
Steele, fi, Oolumbua Circle, New York,
j-jy- ;. .... . : . ' in 2j
HELP WANTED Female 17
CAN YOU EMBROIDER! ? WOMEN want
ed to embroider linens for ha at homo
during spare time. Informatioa upon
request, Belfast Company, Dept.
Huntington, Ind. - .',-.. 17-sl2
12 CLERKS EXPERIENCED IN DRY
goods, ladiea furnishings, and ready to
wear. Apply at once at peoples Cash
Store, j f 17 al I tf
HELP WANTED Stale 18
0 CLERKS EXPERIENCED IN SHOES.
. furnishings and clothing-. Apply at
I'eonief Cash Ktore. IHIHf
Male and Female 19
BLACKBERRY PICKERS i WANTFD
ine berries, good payi; Come. Ward
K. Richardson, " Toledo, Ore. - 19 sl4
HOP PICKERS WANTED, 60o PER box.
v.ampers preierree. Ktore on groaoa.
Will meet you at corner of Court and
Commercial atreet or any - place- oa
North Commercial street, 6:30 Wed
nesday merniag the 10th and bring you
in after picking hours erery dsy this
week. Phona JJHJ.iC, C. KusselU
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MAGAZINE . SALESMEN TO ACT AS
district manager in thia territory, alao
rrew managers for the faSleat msga
Slna proposition today, car furnished ta
producers. Write or wire firing past
experience to M.'A. Steele. 5 Col'irabne
OirrU, New Ynrsr. N. Y. !o i2
LOST AND FOUND - 3
LOSTTHREE KEYS ON RJIALL rin?.
Jeare at B'cke A llendxitta offi , I .
8. Bank Lldg. - 'ii ali
LOST SOMETHING f riXD ITI P2 v
a wast ad t le tat4fflsa, rbo- v
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