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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON J
I FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3, 1924
Vj-OHtf CHARGE SCQTLIaND;
a piper oerore tne King or Eng
land, the King of Belgium, the
Prince of .Wales, and, General Jof
f re, and William Caid'er on the oc
casion of his birthday were guests
of honor Wednesday evening at
one of the most pleasant surprise
parties of many weeks,-when Mrs.
Calder entertained attti .William
Calder home on the Wallace road.
, A Scottish dance), while Mn
Calder played the' Tlolln. was given
in lively time by Mr." and Mrs.
William McGilchrist, Sr.. Mr. An
drew Duncan. Mrs, John Marr,
.Mrs. A.; P. Marcos. Mr. John
Charge, 'Mr. Somtne rs, and Mrs.
' Robert fluatchinsoa and Arthur
Hutchinson each gate groups of
,. unaccompanied comU songs. Miss
Carol Loose gave a recitation, and
Mr; -William McQUchrist, both
sang and recited- fi r ,;;j
' BoLk: honor gnesU contributed
delightfully to the evening. Mr.
Calder singing a Scottish song in
costume, and Mr. Charge playing
haunting melodies oik the bag
pipes. - Mr. Charge was a war time
piper, playing before the British
and Belgium kings, the Priace of
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MODERATE tE R M 3
Day md Evening Clwn
AoonM: fcfaa lockwooo
3Z3-S.7 Park Bloo.. PwamANOi. Ow. '
; 7-,. " aim oaeo
We Want All Women
,Ve are rrolner to
rjew fo hata. The season's newest styles, embracing
every authentic style note of the new fall season with a
Yonderfql variety of colors
Hats for the Bob Hats for the Misses Hats for the
rtfcjAUo Featuring Hats with Large Head Sizes
n fact I4ats for all; young and old, in six assortments, at
I better values for less money. r
Largest ? Assortments
Felt and Velvet Hats
Velvet Hits, all the
season's newest styles
for the bob. matron
and Miss with a won
derful variety of colors
Silk Lyons Velvet and
Hats in large variety
; YOUn MAIL. ORDERS
receive careful attention. We
prepay the postage - or ex
press within radius of a"
hundred miles. -
on every-purchase or your
money cheerfully refunded,
vl ; raoua: 101
Wales, and many other celebri
ties. In his program Wednesday
evening he gave both American
and Scottish tunes.
A concluding number on the
program was the reading by Mr.
McGilchrist of a beautiful letter
from Reverend Ward Willis Long,
the minister of the Calders, who
was unable, to attend.
An elaborate ... birthday cake,
decked with the appropriate num
ber of candle,; was baked for the
occasion by the Bakerite bakery.
Cake and ice cream were the. del
icious anniversary refreshments.
Mrs. William McGilchrist, Jr.. cut
ting the cake, j V
Mr. Calder was presented with
a group of rour scotch records
which were immediately played
for the- pleasure of the guests.
Those enjoying the evening to
gether included.: Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert G. Gillon, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam McGilchrist, Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. P. L. Wilkenson, Mr. S. E.
McCall, Mr. and Mrs. William Mc
Gilchrist, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Marcus, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gib
son, Mr. and Mrs. James Imlah,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDowell, Mr.
and Mrs. William McDowell, and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Pax
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Runcorn,
Mr. and Mrs. William Bouffleur,
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Mull, Mr. and
Mrs. Glen L.. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
A. G. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.
George Meier, Mr. John Mott, Mrs.
Jennie McGilchrist, Mrs. C. Crow
ley, Miss Nellie Taylor, Miss Carol
Loose, Miss Marine Ferguson, Mr. ,
Charles J. Gillon, Mr. E. A. Som
mers, Mr. J." C Ferguson of New
port; Mr. Ed I Loose, Mr." Arthur
Hutchinson. Mrs. G. W. Pelker,
Mrs. Charles Pelker, Mr. Wilfred
Wilson, and Mr. John Charge of
Bathgate, Lnithgowshlre, Scot
land, nephew j Of the honor-guest
and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. .William
Calder. - -. 4 j : -
As the guests departed for their
homes, Mr. Charge . stood . on the
porch playing the bag pipes.
Acquainted With Our
In Our.Down Stairs Store
save vou from one to five
Salem Store ;T6rttnff Silk ES6b '
466 SUte St, ; feiiC Alder St. v ,
tyr. and Mrs. IL, H. ,Vandevort
have as their house-guests, Mr.
nad Mrs. Fred Wilson and daugh
ter , Katherine, of Marshf ield. . Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson plan to be here
for some time.
The Woman's Missionary, so
ciety of the First Presbyterian
church having changed its day of
meeting from the first to the sec
ond Friday in the month will hold
the regular October meeting,, in
stead of. today, a week from to
day, when the society will meet
at the Indian school at Chemawa.
as the guests of Miss Gertrude
Hal HIbbard auxiliary, Spanish
War veterans, will be entertained,
this afternoon at the home af Mrs.
A. T. Woolpert, 1197 South High
street. This is the regular month
ly business meeting which is usu
ally held at the armory. r
. . . ;: I
Mrs. Mattie Allen -has returned
from Portland'1 accompanied by
her daughter, Miss Lois, who will
eater the Capitol Business college
for the winter.
1 . I
1 The Woman's Missionary so
ciety of the First Christian church
will meet in the church parlors
this afternoon at 2 o'clock. An
interesting meeting has been
planned, the Dallas society will
visit the local , society and ;. Miss
Mary Findley, director of religious
education at the First Methodist
church,' will speak on the work of
a director of religious education.
All women of the Christian church
are cordially invited.
Miss Ruth Rleunets left earlier
in the week for Portland where
she will visit, over the week-end
with her parents. j
. . r
The social afternoon clnb of the
Eastern Star met Tuesday at the
Masonic Temple for bridge and
fiva hundred. To Mrs. Claire Vib
bert went the bridge prize, and to
Mrs. Iaa Niles that for five hun
dred. . After the cards, refresh
ments were served la the banquet
Hostesses for the- day were:
Meedames Glover. Poulsen, Kuhn,
Members and visiting members
of Willamette Shrine No. 2 have
dollars on vour
TTrimmed, Hats of the
newest' styles embrac
ing some! of the' nifti
est Hats and styles
the market has to
Better values for less,
an assortment of high
est grade velvet hats
in a' I wonderful selec-
tion, pf styles for alL
Come and. be convinced.
Social Calendar T
- First Christianj church Women's
Missionary society, church parlors,
2 o'clock. "3 1 "' . ;
MacDowell club rehearsal. Com
mercial club auditorium. 7:5
o'clock. Professor W. A. "fioyer,
director. ; ! : 4 :
Salem Heights Woman's Pro
gressive club,; Community hall.
West Side circle of the Jason
Lee Aid society. Irt. E. M. Law,
541 Norway, hostess.'
Three Link club. I Odd : Fellows
hall. 2:30 o'clock.' 1
Hal Hibbard auxiliary, Mrs. A.
T. Woolpert,! lt?7- South, High
street, hostess. ; -j , j t - :
i ,. ; Saturdajr
Salvation Army riarvest Festi
val Sale and Thanksgiving. ' Hall
on State street. . f . j
Daughters of the American Re
volution, Mrs.. Hj M. Styles, 7S0
North Summer street, hostess.
MUs Cornelia Marvin, speaker.
Faculty dinner Dean and Mrs.
G. H. Alden. hosts. I
been extended a imost cordial In
vitation by Oregon Shrine No. 1 of
Portland to attends the reception
which will be' given Saturday night
at Alazar . Temple on Third and
Columbia streets honoring So
journers Clara Graham" and Mrs.
Drake, supreme) officers. Mrs.
Graham, especially, lias been con
nected with Willamette Shrine
No. 2 In numerous ays.
Between 20 and 25 members
plan to go dbwii for the day
among the, group being: Judge
Burnett, Miss Mary? Sayles, Miss
Moehler, Mr. and (Mrs. Amos Vass.
Mrs. F. E. Shafer, i Mrs. James
Imlah, and Mrs. Harrison Jones.
. ',; '-"-.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer are
spending a month at ; MacKenxie
bridge where they-have a summer
home. I " ' '
. j 11 '
A; beautiful wedding took place
Tuesday evening at the St. John's
at which place
Miss Edna Griepentrog became the
bride of Mr. Percy Sparhawk. her
father giving her in marriage. The
double ring ceremony was used
with the Reverend IL W. Gross1 of
St. John's Lutheran church offi
ciating, j - !
Miss Edna Meyers sang, "Oh,
Promise Me," accompanied on the
organ by Mr. W. (D. O'Nell.
The bride wore a " charming
gown of white Canton crepe with
silver beads! She carried an elab
orate bouquet of white chrysan
themums with pale pink and white
carnatlons.f Her attendants were
Miss Hulda Schultz, ' as maid-of
honor, and the bride's sister, Miss
Evelyn Griepentrog. and the
groom's sister,' Miss Esther Spar-I
hawk, as brldeBmatds. : Miss
Schultz was beautifully gowned In
peach-colored voile worn with a-
corsage ! of butterfly j roses, while
the bridesmaids -were lovely in
dainty voile of the palest chades
of . green and avender. Their
flowers were bouguts pf laven
der and yellow gladioli with laven
der asters and yellow marigolds.
Mr. Bert Sparhawk, a brother
of the groom; attended as best
man, while groomsmen were MrC
Elmer Griepentrog and Mr. Arthur
Koehn. Ushers were Mr. Charles
Rlstow and Mr. Cari Soos.
The church was! beautifully dec
orated in autumn 'tints and laven
der asters. I j -
The young coUple will make
their home in the Salem Ticinity.
i i i
Mrs.jJ.i F. Unruh left yesterday
to visits Jiar .daughter. Mrs. A.
I RELIABLE MERCHANDISE
j Sizes 2 tojjL Cute Coats K
1 $4.50 to
Sizes 6 to 14. f A nice selection. ) New styles. Good
- woolen cloths. Low prices.
We sell guaranteed shoes. Cost little more than inferior
goods.' No paper mo fiberoid in our shoes. - We have
wet weather shoes, that stand up under hard usage.
yd.;25c ' '
Large size, jextra heavy,
i double texture
, 5pc . v
.. 25c t
Bed Spreads, Special Good Value
1 78x88 Scal
i i loped and
Jones,! at Nampa, Idaho. Mrs.
Unruhj plans to be gohe for two
mdhth8. ' ' 1 ' ' ' i :f:
The! MacDowell club for the In
troduction of an. exceptionally in
teresting winter's program will
meet in the Commercial club aud
itorium this evening: at 7:45
o'clock for the first j rehearsal.
Professor W. A. Boyer of Port
land will direct.
I- i i
The j West Side Circle of the Ja
son Lee Aid society wU meet this
afternoon with Mrs. E. M. Law,
S41 Norway street. , j
Autumn flowers Were
about the rooms in forming a
background for a delightful meet
ing yesterday afternoon of the
two-table bridge club' for which
Mrs. Merle Rosecrans was hostess
at her home. .The playing prize
went to Mrs: Lewis Griffith, j
All the club members were
present, including Mrs. ' Wallace
Bonesteele, Mrs. W. L. Phillips,
Mrs. Allan- Jones, Mrs. Lewis Grif
fith, Mrs. Lester Barr,' Mrs. Mer
rill D. Ohling, Mrs. Earle Daue,
and the 'hostess, Mrs. Merle Rose
crans. . l . ' ; . vt I 1 1 ;
' For the next meeting of the
club, falling on October 16, Mrs.;
Allan Jones will entertain.
;-?r- r -. f ! . ;"::
L. Cj Moe and wife have return
ed from a three weeks' visit with
their sister in Victoria, B. C. They
also visited Sumas and Seattle,
A dramatic program of unique
interest will be that i which the
Salem Arts' league is I sponsoring
on Tuesday evening. October 14,
in Waller hall, when Miss Franz
Doerf leur, assisted by her brother
Martin Doer fleur, will; appear! for
the evening. : . . . i j .ft' '
1 : Miss I Doerf leur has been . play-
ing during the summer with the
Forest I Taylor stock company j at
the Heilig theater ia Portland.
She has. also .toured, extensively
in the east and in California, j !
Miss j Doerf leur is really a Sa
lem girl, with her home In j the
Waldo ; hills, with success already
at her hands. On the Salem pro
gram; ! feature numbers will be
dramatizations 1 of several poems
by Gertrude Robison Ross. Miss
Doerfleur is also a member of the
Portland Shakespearean club.
Of added interest Is the recent
success with which Miss Doerfleur
met one evening at the Multnomah
hotel when she presented before
a moved audience in the crystal
room her Interpretation i of "The
Shooting of Dan McGrew."
- Mr. Doerfleur, who will sing,
is a former voice strident here
t The! attractive home of Mrs. p
C.' Epley was the, acne of yester-
jday afteruoon's' PEO ' gathering
when jl7 members of Chapter Q
met for the regular, first October
meeting. After a business meet
ins and the reading: of the day's
paper,! dainty refreshments wer
served at small tables arranged
through the living rooms, attrac
tive with bright-colored fall flow
era. r ' : ' ; . ' ' f r . ' '
; Mrs, Preston of The Dalles, a
house guest at the home of Mrs.
William McGilchrist, visited the
chapter during the afternoon.
The members present included:
Mrs. W. B. Burt, Mrs. W. H. Byrd,
Mrs. F. C.: Churchill, Mrs. E. E.
Fisher Mrs. W. T. Hickey, Mrs
W. M.l Hughes. Mrs. P. J. Kuntz,
Mrs. G.IW. Laflar, Mrs. C. B. Mc
Cullough. Mrs. William McGil
christ, Mrs. B. J. Miles. Mrs. C. K.
Logan. Mrs. . W. W. Moorg, Mrs.
I 27-iri- Fancr
2 yarjds wide, yd. .-......85c
58 inchs wide, yd. i..69c
.... 42x36 lU
Yd. 15c j
O. E. Price. Mrs. W. M. Smith.
Mrs. A. TV Woolpert, and the hos
tess. Mrs. H. C. Epley. ,
The next meeting of the chap-
iqr win come uctoDer 16 when
Mrs. W. H.' Byrd will he hostess.
The Rapheterlan club, made up
of a congenial group of matrons
mairectiy identified . with Wlllam
etjte 'ttnlTeralty, opened the fall
social season with a meeting yes
terday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. A. A.- Slewert. A number
o guests were present In addition
tq the" members. Mrs.' 3uy b.
Smith Is president of the club,
while Mrs. Otto J. Wilson is sec
retary.; ' ' ! L !
I After an afternoon itnent In
formally with needlework the hos
tess served a daintT luncheon.
SThe comolete memberahin Vf
the club Includes Mrs. H. S. Glle,
Mrs. Carle Abrams, Mrs. C. E.
Bates. Mrs. Grover Bellinsrer. Mrs.
Phil Newmeyer. Mrs. Hehrf Comn-
tqn. Mrs. John Erans. Mrs. James
Heltzel. Mrs. Cecil Hawley. Mrs.
Aj; A. Slewert; Mrs. Guy O. Smith,
Mrs. Lee Unruh, Mrs. P. H
Thompson. Mrs. Rav Smith. Mra
Elmo White, and Mrs. Otto J.
Tj SILVERT0H HEWS T
ISItyERTON, Or., Oct. 1
(Special to The Statesman.) .Mrs
S-i A. Gay who has beent ill at
Eugene since her sister was kill
ed there in an automobile accident
is reported- as getting along as
well aa can be . expected. - It is
thought that she will be able to
return to her b.om. at Silverton
inJ about two weeks. ;
tO. J. Moe was taken to Salem
Monday to undergo another oper
ation t for the trouble above his
eye. This is the fourth operation
Mr. Moe has gone through for this
Mrs.j Bert Rue is ill at her
home, j Mrs. Rue had a very se
vere attack of diphtheria several
weeks ago and since then has not
entirely regained' her strength
She attended the mission service
at; Trinity church Sunday and it
ws thought that the excitement
of f being in a crowd was too much
for her weak condition.
jWaJter Toft, who has been with
the Silverton Food company dur
ing the summer months, has gene
tO'Zdaho to asBist with canning ap
ples. Mr. Toft spent the apple
canning season in Idaho last year
.The Silverton Woman's club
wtlli begin its fall work on Octo
!i . ThA Rlinh ThaotpA
Marlon Chase and company pre
sent "Classic Dance Impressions"
which wUl undoubtedly prove a
delightful terpsichore entertain
ment. Their,: aeries of dances so
capably portrayed in tune and ar
tistic manner is sure to meet with
hearty appreciation. This artistic
trip has in the past been associ
ated with the well known Odenl
shawn Dancers, in addition to con
cert and metropolitan productions,
Special scenery, pretty costumes,
drapes and light effects add much
toithe act. t
petrie and Gregory are two men
thit try to be funny, and are
funny. They could make' any
body laugh on a rainy day. This
is one of the best comedy acts on
ouf circuit, this season and you
can; prove this by seeing the act
foil yourself. A happy disposition-
edjpalr, they always have plenty
of j snappy patter and something
really bright up their figurative
sleeves to present to lovers of real
wi and humor. This is a laugh
ing; act pure and simple, entertain
ing and amusing and cannot-help
being the real hit of any bill.
, Lou Zoeller, ' soug writer of
many hits, and Janet Bodwell, the
world's smallest prima donna, of
fer? an act replete with nifty songs.
Miss Bodwell, a former Follies
girt, wears some . stunning cos
tumes, and this net can be relied
on to make any audience clamor
for, more. As a singer. Miss Bod
well" has an exceptionally , true
voice and does not confine herself
to the so-called classics, t
y Ray Robbins has an act that can
always be relied on to more than
please. His whistling Is of the
exceptional kind and his imita
tions are of the humorous kind
This act is a standard one and
is sure-fire. That he succeeds Is
evident from the fact that his
services are always .in: demand.
His imitations are true to nature
and make you laugh and wish tor
more. :''.' t -'; ;'
I SALEM MARKETS I
Prieaa anottA ara f wbolaaala sad ara
Drieat recaiTcd rby farmars. , Ka rata.il
pricaa ara g-lran.
T OlAIH AKS BiT
No. a wbaat ,-i..i.2Q ft.2
No. 3 red wheat, aacked.fl.20 91.24
Oat . 1 0o S4a
Chet hay tl3
Oat hay S14 SIS
Clor hay. hm& a .-. Hi 14
i; oaK. la-OTTOS AKX BZZF
Hoi 150-SOO ear t9.50
ttogt, zuu-Zi ewt ... aw.aj
Moxa. 2$o-aoe c-wt 9.eo
lilght fowl . . 9c
Ton j TaL dr4 ,. 8
Cow u , -1 ..
Lambi . ;..e
Lixhl hena . Ha
too a. aarrza. svitzztax
Cmaarr latter .le 42e
Battertat, deliTeraa v.
nut: par ew
- ,' FboBa trt 'Adtwtyffma Dejt.
Pa huartlea .
Money to Loan
(hi RoaJ KaUU
T. K. TOSLD
(Otw Laid A Bath Baak)'
BEFORE YOC LUVK TOUR HOME or
car hmvm it inanrvd -properly. Phone
.161. Becke Hendricka. U. S. Bank
( w .. LOANS MADE J
; Oe. City nd JTana Property
Yeara of azparleoea tn Orecon'a
1 arrest banks, eoapled with; thorourh
kaowledse of Taluatioot. offer protec
tion to oar client. ,
i We do a General Kaal Katata a ad
Iaaoranaa baaineaa, Pkona 206, call
- or write to: t
OREGOH INCORPORATED i
Victor Schneider, Sec'y, 315-314 V.
S: Bank Bid., Ralem. Orejron. 28tf
AUTO TOPS BIDE CURTAINS PUT
on door rod. Prepare now tor a rainy
dart. Call and aa O. J. Hull, at hi
new location. 219 State St. 8-a?9tt
T ROOM FURXISHED HOUSE AT S35
a, month ; 0 room flat, furnace, fire
place, caraca. cloaa ia and excellent
condition, 840 ; 3 room modern Apart
ment, ateam heat, down town, 835.
l WINNIE ETTnOHS,. i
" f ' Realtors , i .J
216 Oregon Bldg. r i ! 4-o2tf
twi vjuwo, gun z. : jo x 1 .
wording ''Tor Sent," prica 10 aaate
. owmwi onamaam viuo mm
Oronnd Floor. -
FOB BENIVApavtamenta S
IMKGE FURNISHED APARTMENT
. irtrata bath room, garage. 1395 Booth
High. . Phono S5&-J. t . . j . 6-aa
PATTON APARTMENTSHOT "WATER,
heat, ..prirato bath. Cali Patton'a
Book store. -, ! 5-o2tf
FOR RENT tX OB 2 ROOM HOUSE-
keeping apartment close in. Price $18.
8 block from state house. It will -pay
you to look this over. ,1121 Chemeketa
.St. -: . i . ;' ; - B-o8
4 ROOM MODERN APARTMENT FIRST
floor, piano. Alao sleeping room, 852 N.
12th at. Adnlta. .-. i . 5-o3
I . h FOR RENT. 1 , '
1 Apartment, 2 or 8 rooms.. : Fnrnaea
heat. Cloao in. 473 8. . Commercial St.
Call before 8 -p.. m. : ' . j 5-o7
TWO FURNISHED HOU8EKEEPINO
rooms, 1983 State St. 5 20
THREE ROOM XURXXA&KD APART-
mnt,,9S K. Saauner. -, A-Jnatf
FOR - BINT APABTMXNrg; . tfl NO.
FOB IUY T---Boona
THREE BIO BEDROOMS FURNISHED.
180 Union. Phon 872-R. :. 6-a3
PLEASANT ROOM, CLOSE IN.-PHONE
68S-W. - - . i i -e-os
BOARD AND ROOM AT 523, X. COT
. Uga. . . 6-o4
ROOM AND BOARD FOR GENTLEMAN
Phona 1809-W. 6-9
FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS, 1409
X. Capitol St. 6-o5
HEATED, FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or without board. Inquire 545 Che
meketa St. . . ; 6 o3tf
ROOM AND BOARD IN MODERN home.
Close in. -Two ladiea preferred. Call
at 270 K. 13th. , i . m 6-04
PARTLY , . FURNISHED, . ROOM : FOR
; sleeping or light housekeeping, 262 8.
iChurch. , : 6-o5
FOR RENT SLEEPING- ROOMS. REA8-
i oaabla. Private home 724 North High.
' ' - e-os
ROOM AND BOARD CLOSE IN GOOD
clean rooms end home cooking. . 473
8. Commarcial fit.; Call before 8 p. m.
ROOMS TO RENT-rALL 1044-W.
FOR RENT NiCB UNFURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping at 44 North
Commercial. ; 6-o4
FOB IUENT- nouaea 7
WANTED TO RENT RANCH ON ahares.
Aanreea WiTS, Btateman. ' 7a-3
FOB BENT MODERN 5 BOOM HOUSE
t 1088 Marion. 7-o8
FOR RENT .
7 room modern home, basement, fur
nace, fireplace, hardwood floors, ga
rage, pared t. located clots in on A.
Church St. 6v per month.
W. H., GRABENUORST CO.
275 State St. . i 7-5
HOUSES FOR RENT SMALL MODERN
1565 8. Cottage, 825. 6 room Oak eb,
830. 8 room furnished 845. ft i room
iuaa ort(i 21st for 823. with garage.
U. 8. Bank Bldg. ; , . 7-s30t!
5 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE, 947 Cen
ler ot. i-none sso-j. , i"-o2
S ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT CLOSE IN.
Gertrude J. M. Fge. 492 North Cot
taga St. 7-s23tf
HOUSES TO RENT F. L. WOOD. S41
NINE ROOM MODERN HOUSE, FIVE
bed rooms, two fireplaces, farasca
heat, gas, electricity, full cement base
mens, inquire or owners, V3 North
Summer street. , . 75
FOB BALE Miscellaneous 8
fOR SALE GREEN TOMATOES SOe
a Bushel. i-non IOOIT32. 8-o5
GRAPES 3c LB. 110 DIVISION ST.
WINDFALL KING APPLES, 85e PEB
oox. frescott s Urchsrds. 8-0
DANISH BALLHEAD CABBAGE POK
srsuu rnone oiru. S-o9
THREE ACRES HHD SILAGE CORN
H. Phona 72F4. - -o5
THOSE BIG BLACK GRAPES : FOR
juice and jelly. 5e per lb. , Fisla's
. Vineyards, three miles north in Polk
, county. ' , 8-o5
VETCH FEED. QUINCE. HORSES, boss
and big. little pigs. - Ella , rtaney Rt.
2 Oerrais. 8-0S
The sbortert distance between
fcByer nd seller. ... -
gi aaoatha' aaotraet, pa noath.ir
la maath antraV r mos'.i
SndssM for any 4Trtmi.ii;4
FOR BAUD Aliaeellaneoua 8
ALMOST NEW PHONOGBAUH AND 21
record. Will trade for piano.
( Statatman. ; 8 1
FOR SALE POTATOES. Pbone IO0K32.
FOR SALi: GARDEN SAND. NOW 13
the time to pat yoar garden In ood
. ahapa lor prin( seeding. Ksaon '
price. Pbona II. J. Beardley. ttoi- a.
... , ! . .S-oia
APPLES DELIVERED Phone B7K12.
GOOD WINTER APPLES, EPITZEN-bergs,-
Winter Baaanaa, Baldwin, etc.
Price 73a per bushel. Briag bf .
O. W. Gibson, Ru 1, Box 13, fcaie n,
WsUaea rosd. b-J
Coma U Geo. N. Thomnson's. C-t
apple at reduced erica, lbena 97F12.
Beautiful Cnccn tlzi:
And eteTn other Or -on t crs ti
rather with tin eollei.oa of pstr! t
. ia aonra, aaerad soug nad auu. s.i
tlmo -larorltea. '
- ALL 103 If i. -(Ppaelal
yrieea in qusnUty Irt) ,
. - Espaeially adapUtie tor $ o-l, i
asnaity home singing, bead f,r-
70 9t aw fa tta tCkSUi a:a
Pmbllshsd by 1
OREGOIT TEACTTEP9 IfOSTULT
118 8. OasnmarciaJ tt. galeae. Cr.
GOOD STEP LAErJ AND TC
wings t a bargain. 1741 V ... i
. . ' . - . a-jaetl j
rTRST, CLAP OATS XSO TXTC3 J 11
Phoaa 4f IS. t S-jjid
a -1 4 i w '
Tresspass Notieas, sis 14 laches ry
9 teehea. printed on good 10 euae
aanyaaa bearing the weHe, Ketia It
Hereby Given. That Traspsilng Ia
Strictly Forbidden On These Frs" '- n
Under Psaalty Of Prosecatid." 1 1..
15 each ar two for 26. ;'-u
Publishing Oompasy, Lslem. trr-sn.
PRINTED CARD 8. BITS 14" ET 7'.'"
wording. "Rooms to Rant,' fries It
eanta each. Ftateaaaaa fensUeaa Ci
flea. GronaaV Floors. .
FOB SALS OLD Ki. .. ?Ai , 11
ants a bundl Circulation d;sra.
Oreevx s..tnsn. '
FOB &lZ2-l&wstoCz O
FOR SAUt . XEGISTERED -EIISOP-
shir rsms.. H. C. Lewis. Aumtr ..,
Oregon.' ,j 9-oj
FRED W. LARGE, TZTZRINAR1AN.
uxxioa 30 h. (JomiE.srcta'. . fbon jri
Rot. phn t
AUCTION SAL3 10
Jerseys at Auction
Monmouth, O re.t
Friday, Oct. 3
- Complete dispersal hesyy prodncinf
dairy herd, young stock, herd bull
.About one-hslf registered Jersey. th
remainder practically pure bred but
not registered." Many cows of out-
sUnding merit, average test 5 per cent.
Many cows have produced from 40 te
50 lbs. milk daily. Many fresh. Sals
starts at 11 o'clock on farm just wei4
of Monmouth. Butler Bros. Owner.
Monmouth. Or., E. .A. Rhoten. sail
msnsger. Sales. CoL J." W Uurhrs,
Auctioneer, Perwt 1 0-e I
WOOD TCZl 11
JUDD SAWS WOOD. Phona 142. ll-25
SECOND GROWTH FIR AND OAK AT
very reasonable prices. Phone 27K.1.
16 INCH AND 4 FOOT WOOD OF ALL
kinds. Pr.eea -reasons hie and prompt
deUvery. Phona, 1958-W. 11-slitf
OAK. MAPLE, OLD " AND SECOXH-
growth nr. prised rigbt. fhono 187w
8 TO PI DON'T BUT INFERIOR WOOD I
Get tbo bsst osk sad fir; lo cost.
By phoning 1855. 11-slutl
18 INCH WOOD FOR NORTH 8ALEM
front nefw mill ssr Deat school. 5
loads 815. Phona 1220. H-a9tf
BEST GRADS OF WOOD
4 ft. and 18 Inch.
Dry ar graem mill wo4.
Dry second growth fi.
Dry old fir.
Dry 4 ft oak.
Prompt Aelivery and rosmnaMo fsrl
FRED E. WELL8. 183 Coath Chnmk
Phono M43. . U se.
18-inch old rot, a rcor OLD fis
, oeeonA growth oak and ash. Pk
19F8. II. D. MsyUtld. 11. , 4
FOB SALE DBT aEOOND-GFOWTII fl
---wood, 4 ft. For lrnmiU; delivery
Phone lOa. a S-m-j
WAJTTED Empioymenl ia
WANTED STEADY WORK IN CITY by
married man of 45. Address 6275,
WORK 85c PER HOUR LEAVE OR
der with Phone 1001 or call 235 l'n
lon." ) -o3
"Qreeii Roof Painting
. Also black,, yollow, bis.
OsJl sad ssk to ses some of my wod
in roof painting sad ressingling.'
M. B. MATHEWS
Mm 167. 13 s2S '
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER WsnS
prmsnent position. Good referenma
Address 5992 Rtetmmsn.
1 ?? 1
WANTED SUoceUaneous 13
HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR HEAVY
hens and .springs. , Phona 899. 215
Center St. , , 13-ot
BRING YOUR QUINCES TO THE PA-
citic r ruit and Produce to. vv can net
WANTED MEN AND WOMr 1
take farm paper subscriptions. A gtt
preposition to tha right pec"1e. A
i-kS. tss Pseifls Hjieatead, Ltates-ns
Lidg.. eIam. Or.
Oh weak (Ha faMrloaT.
240 cind 24 G i Co rth Ccnirncrcial Street
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