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TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 21, 1924
rynHE DAUGHTERS of the Aw-
X erlcan Revolution are com
pleting delightful plans tor the
lver tea this afternoon at the
ionie of Mrs. B. L.. Steeves, 1534
Court Btreet. A large number are
xpected to attend the affair whicK
s in the nature of a benefit for
the educational support of a Tan-
isee college girl' in the mountains
f South Carolina.
Tha members of Chemeketa
haptejrill preside as .hostesses
hroughout the afternoon, from
p:30 to 6 o'clock., The tea hour
urogram will Include readings by
rlrs. A. J. Rahn and musical num-
era by Mrs. Harry Styles.
Mra Hj B Thielsen and Mrs. S.
Dyar.wM pourjAssIsting about
he living rooms will be Mrs. Rus
ell Catlin. Mrs. U. G. Shipley.
Irs. B. L. Steeves, Mrs. Seymour
; ones.! Mrs. James Heltzel and Mrs
a Moine Clark. The ; dining
oom hostesses will be Mrs. John
V. Harbison, Mrs. Carey jtf-artin,
liss Lillian Applegate, Mrs. H. T.
.ove $n& Mrs. Lewis Griffith.
Mrs C. A. Ljrtle,, according to
ews which her many friends will
e glad to hear, is convalsescing
atlsfactorily at the Willamette
'.anltariam following an operation
htre last week. .1
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Attractive among the October
7 their crisphess
sudds a new delight 1
-" i -.c co,sr
or. 6 .fft
Choose From Among Our Lovely
:Epinglesj ;i ;' :. .f
10 to 11' a. m.
5 to 6 pt rn.
I WfZy .' PHONU: 10f
- - )
brides was Miss Let ha M. Shep
ard. whose marriage to Mr. Merl
Tallman of Corvallls was an event
of Sunday. The ceremony ; was
performed at 3 o'clock. Reverend
W. C. Kantner officiating, j The
stairway was artistically banked
with autumn leaver and flowers,
forming a . delightful background
for the service. Preceding the
vows, Mr. Leon Jennlson sang.
"All For You." Mrs. Jennison
playing the accompaniment, con
tinuing the melody softly through
the entire ceremony ; !
. The bride in a becoming tailor
ed gown of wool crepe and velour
in shades of reindeer; and: rust,
with fur embellishment, carried a
bridal, bouquet of black-eyed sus
ans and . chrysanthemums. Mrs.
Hazel McCallum was matron of
honor and Marvin Shepard, bro
ther of the bride, was best man.
Mrsr McCallum's frock was of
pearl crepe dechine. I .
The bride, a graduate of the
Salem High School with the class
of 1920 is an employee at Worth's
Department store as well as
photographic tinter for local drug
stores. The groom, who is a mem
ber of lockl clubs, is formally of
Guthrie, Oklahoma, j The wedding
presents were displayed after the
(The guests included: Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin L. Shepard, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Shepard, Mrs. Nettie S.
Tallman, Mr. and Mra. E. L. Mc
Callum, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mc
Callunt Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sech-
ler, Mr. :imi Mrs. W. R. Oleson,
Miss Thfiina .Linz, Saul S. Jant,
Mr. au-1 .Mrs, J. O'Shea, Mr. and
Mrs. J. a! Wright, jMrs. Ul S.
Cruwtipr. Jeuuie P. B. Jones, Da
kota O-ohsIh', H-inice Wolf, Les
ter Post, Maybel Ely, and Ruth
Ely. - i ' i !
The Phoenix club and their
guests were entertained at a de
lightful party Friday evening at
the home of Miss Rosalie Jones.
Those present included Miss Hazel
Paden, Miss Faye Wassam, Miss
Faye Wolz, Miss Gladys Murphy,
Miss Jennie i May Hoppes, : Miss
Lois Busch, Miss Pauline Mon
arch, Miss Hazel George, Miss
Marvell Edwards, Miss Dorothy
Swegle, Miss i Rosalia Jones, Miss
Wanda Jean ! Herberlie, Miss Le
ona Geer, Miss Josephine Jaskos
ki. Miss WHma Giesy, Miss Esther
TIbbitts, Miss Dorothy Bell, Miss
Gwendolen Harris, iis8 Velma
Simpson, Miss Margaret Flett, Miss
Louise Hanley of Portland, Miss
THIS IS THE FAMOUS
r 4 y
The most talked-of dress
: :! ; I . - '!
We have secured the exclusive right to display it in' Salem and all this
week you will find it here, made up in a variety of materials and displayed!
as one of the features of
The One Hour Dress was designed by Mary Brooks
Instruction of the Woman's Institute, Scranton, Pa., the largest school of jj
dressmaking in the world, to prove how easily you can make your own
clothes when you have proper instructions. So she not only created a dress
that admirably expresses the season's new lines, but she tells exactly how;
you can make it in an hour.
Instructions j For Making
To every woman who
week we will present with our compliments a copy of the complete instruc-
tion book showing step by stey just how to make the One Hour Dress. Not
merely how to make it in one style, tfut in many pleasing variations so that '
you may have just the dress that suits your taste in the
you like best with the individual touches that make it distinctively becomf
ing to you.
Crepe de Chine
v K-, :W
Odlle Matthews, Miss Margaret
Tucker, Miss Edith Bragg. MUs
Vera Meyers', Vernon Perry, Ken
neth Rich, Zpe Lane, Harold Mero,
Raymond Bonesteele, Merwin
Simpson, Leroy Grote. Glen Nash.
Ton Handl?y of Portland, Lyman
Laycock, John George, Charles
Coffee, Howard Kurtz, Kola Mc-
Clellan, Harold Olinger, Jerome
Hansen, Gerald Mero, Dennis
Heenan. John Sc-hei Thomas
Thompson of Oregon Agricultural
college, and! Marvin Headrick.
(On Saturday evening Miss Fay
Wolz was hostess for a group of
girls at her home, entertaining
with a fudge
party. The guests
Dorothy Bell, Miss
Miss Pearl KaPl
hahn. Miss Esther Tibbits, Miss
Wanda Jean jUeberlie, Miss Jen
nie May Hoppes, Miss WHma Giesy
Miss Louise f Handley, Miss Jose
phine Jaskoski, Miss Gladys Mur
phy, Miss Rosalie Jones, Miss Mar
garet Tucker, Miss Gwendolen
Harris, Miss! jLeona Geer, Miss
Faye Wassam, Miss Florence
Busch, Miss i Marvell Edwards,
Miss Dorothjf Swegel and the hos
tess, Miss Faye Wolz.
Members bf the East Central
circle of the First Methodist
church will !be hostesses : at the
meeting of the general aid society
at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow after
noon at the church.
The Writers' club will meet this
evening at the home of Mr. and
drs. Charles J. Lisle. 1041 South
13 th street, lor the second Octo
ber meeting. j
OREO O N AGRICULTURAL
COLLEGE, Corvallls, Oct. 20.
Danta Robbins of Salem, is taking
practice, teaching la addition to
her college work in physical edu
cation. The practice teaching
classes are held in the local high
and grade schools. Miss Robbins
is a senior in vocational educa
The October meeting of the la
dles' aid society of the First Pres
byterian church will meet at 2:30
o'clock Friday afternoon in the
Mrs. Alice: B. Maloney of
Marshfield, president of the Ore
gon Federation of Business and
Professional Women's clubs, has
practically completed her com
mittee appointments for the com
ing year. The committee work
will con form with that of the, na
tional federation insofar as It
seems feasible. Following are
the appointments: ,
Education4-Mrs. J Maud Weir,
Portland, chairman; Miss Mabel
Allbright, Portland; Miss Cecelia
35 Minutes at Miller's
in America this season.
Home Dressmaking Week.
purchases material for a dress
of the : American
Revolution. Silver tea: 2:30 to 6
o'clock. Home of Mrs. B. L..
Steeves. 1594 Court Btreet.
Modern Writers' club, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Lisle hosts. ;
State Parent-Teacher Conven
tion, Corvallls. qs
WCTU meeting. J Halls, 2:30
o'clock. ' )
General Aid society, First Meth
odist church. 2:30 "o'clock. Church
-parlors. ; -
State Parent-Teacher associa
tion convention, Corvallls.
Count On Me clasl of the First
Baptist church. i
M Thursday ,!..
Chapter O of the PEO Sister
hood, bazaar. .
Three Link club; Hallowe'en
party. " 1 " ':, -"p
Salem Woman's' club, club
Beyler, Astoria; Misii Ethel Gay
lord. Eugene; Mrs. bra Mclntyre,
Salem; Misa Edna : McGraw,
Marshfield;'Miss Louise Richards,
Hood River I T
Health Miss Mozello Hair, Eu
gene, chairman; Dr. Grace Keith
Pulllan, Portland; " Miss : Grace
Taylor, Salem; Mrs. Lenora Maf-
fett, Portland; Dr. Edith Phillips,
Portland; Miss Irma Farrett,
Marshfield. 1 ?
Publicity Mrs. Josephine H.
Forney, Portland, chairman; Miss
Adelaide Lake, Portland; Mrs.
Ruth Johnson, Astoria; Miss Su
sie Lynn, Hood River; Mrs. Velma
Rupert, Westerfield, Eugene; Miss
Isabel Ferguson. Marshfield; Miss
May Hale, Salem. I f
Official Organ Miss Ruth E.
Sheldon, The Dalles; Miss Lorene
Wrerley, Portland; Miss Eyersole,
Hood River. ' I
Finance Miss Mkme Ziegle
manL (Portland, chairman; Miss
Alice Hutchinson, Portland; Miss
Ruth Vickery, Marshfield. I
Legislation Mrs. Ella S. Wil
son, Salem, chairman; Miss Janet
White, Portland, Miss j Metta
Walker, Portland; Miss J Louise
Sweetman. Marshfield; Miss Thel
ma E. Culllns, Astoria; Miss
Katherine Steyart. Eugene.
Membership Miss Ann; Sher
lock Portland, chairman; Miss
Ellen Rudnas. Marshfield; Miss
Bertha B. McCarthy, foruana;
Mrs. Zoa Maxwell, Portland.
Personal research Mrs, Pearl
M. Baldwin, chairman; Mrs. Wil-
ametta McElroy, Miss Margaret
Fleming, Miss Janet White, Miss
Picken, Director of
in the store this
fabric and color
. . g . . Today ',.
I: ; ll
m I 'i M
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' ' 'I
i See the
One Hour Dresses
in Our Windows ,
I ALU !
TUB CLVNNONBAL.L STOPS
All of Minden was astir as it
was every afternoon when the
Cannonball Express hesitated at
the station long enough for Dolph
Ackers, conductor, to parade the
platform, hold; mysterious con
verse with the telegraph operator,
and display what was considered
to be the finest uniform on the
line. Dolph vtfns a small jinan,
made impressive by a bristling
white moustache and the; startling
array of brass buttons which! dec
orated his blue suit. He was con
ductor of the-Cannonball and the
Cannonball was the fastest train
on the Weehawk & Northern. ;
Leisurely Dolph walked the
platform holding, in his hands the
orders which must be shoved un
der the window to the telegrapher.
The conductor smiled and waved
in acknowledgement of Minden's
homage. lie glanced ahead at
the cab and lost his easy aiK
"Drat that durn1 engineer! He's
trying to hustle me againi."j
In fact the train had started.
It was crawling out, of Minden
at a snail's pace. Dolph chucked
his papers under the' window,
grabbed the new orders, and
swung onto the trainj What
should have been an Imposing cer
emony had been turned into u pre
cipitate scramble and all because
of the engineer. i
"He's jealous, that's what," de
cided Dolph. "I'll teach him.
Anybody ought to know I'm get
ting too stout to ; bet running
around after trains, 'some has
figures for dignity land some for
speed. Mine is the ! former.'
The engineer persisted in wor
rying the conductor. Dolph was
sent lurching against seats, when
the train made the curves and, to
make It worse, ; with each lurch
would come a derisive toot from
in front. . !
"Plague take him, he's laugh
ing at me." And Indeed the
whistling could be Interpreted as
"I'll have you know I'm con
ductor of this here train and you
are not to' move without my or
ders," Dolph" at the water tank,
shouted his anger to a grinning
young man In the cab.
"Are we full?" The engineer,
ignoring Dolph, addressed his fire
man. "All right!" And he pulled
the lever. Once more the fat con
ductor scurried as fast as his short
legs would carry him and once
more he climbed aboard a splut
tering, man bereft; of his previous
dignity. ' '
, It was no ordinary anger Dolph
Ackers took back With him to his
seat in the rear of the day coach.
The conductor was determined to
have It out,, to prove his suprem
acy on the line. The passengers
may have noticed that his! face
Lenore Shulte, Miss M. Snowden
Reed, Portland. ; I .
Mile of pennies campaign Mrs.
Maxlne Faireourt, chairman; Miss
Martha Gasch, Portland;; Miss
Maine Ziegleman, Portland; Mrs
Susie Lynn, Hood River; Mrs. La
Moine Clarke. Salem; Mrs. Em
ma (Drain, Eugene.
The program committee is head
ed by Miss Cecelia Beyler of As
toria and her committee appoint
ees will be named soon by State
President Alice B. Maloney.
Oregon Journal. -':.
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The Count On Me class of the
First Baptist church will meet at
2 .o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
the home of Mrs. T. W. DavieS,
941 North. Cottage street.
. The junior department of the
First Methodist Sunday school, of
which Mrs. Ora Mclntyre is super
intendent, was chosen to be the
recipient of a beautiful silk flag
as. the gift of .the Women's Relief
corps at the presentation service
held at the Sunday school hour.
It is a custom of the local post
of the corps to choose each year
the Sunday school' deemed most
worthy of the- honor, and it was
very pleasing to Mrs. . Mclntyre's
department to thus be chosen.
Mrs. Louise King made, the pre
sentation with i ' Mrs. Mclntyre
graciously accepting Corps mem
bers assisting In the program
were Mrs. King, Mrs. Frances .
Thompson. Mrs. Jennie F. B Jones,
Mrs. Nettie Schramm, Mrs. Louise
Koorn, Mrs. Elizabeth Bliss, Mrs.
Clara Adams, Mrs. Lulu E. Boring,
Mrs. Laura M. McAdams, Mrs.
Stella Clearwater and Comrades
LaBarre and Lebold.
. :: -' :
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Minard and
children. Rex and Carol, motored
to Dallas Sunday where they
were guests of Mrs.i Minard's sis
ter, Mrs. Edna L. Daily.
The members of the WCTU
will meet in the hall at, 2:30
o'clock this afternoon. Mrs. Alice
Jannison will report on the con
vention held recently in Corvallls.
The latter part of the afternoon
will be given over to the consid
eration of election bills. . '
Dt. and Mrs. Donald W. Riddle
of Kimball School of Theology, re
turned Sunday morning from a
week in Spokane. Dr. Riddle was
one of the Instructors at a, Sun
day school training conference
throughout the week. Mra, Rid
dle participated In several musi
cal programs. . : 4'
Phone Advertising Dept.
I' Kt par .
Money to Loan
) I On ReI EoUt
j $ T. K. FORD
(Ovr Ldd Buth Bank)
BEFORE YOU LEAVE YOUR HOME or
cr'haT it insured properly. Phono
161. Becke tt Uendrickf. U. 8. Bsnk
Bid.? t 28tf
AUTO :TOPS SIDE ; CURTAIN'S -PUT
on door rd. l'repare now for a rainy
day. 4 Call and lea O. J.. Hull, mt his
nfew location, 219 State' St. 3-a29tf
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 74".
wording "Kor - Rent," price 10 cent
each.; Stateaman Bueineaa Otlica, on
FOR KENT Apartment 5
MODERN 5- ROOM APT. AND SLEEP
ing porch. $2J.50. 715 South 12th St.
! ;5 J . i S o'Jltt
3 KOOMH AND BATH CI.OSK IN R-nt
reasoiialilc- Call lUSJ-tt 705 N. High
f tr f 4- m- i
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED 3
roont apartments. : First floor. 411
S. Summer. Phone ClfU 5o'J2
FOR REST TWO AND THREE ROOM
apartnj-uts. Newly remodeleJ. Close
in. 5! 08 North Cottage St. 5-olltf
APARTMENT, 735 N. COMMERCIAL
; s . 5 oatt
FIVE ROOM Fl'RNISHED APARTMENT
Willi garaffe, $'i per month. Phone,
lights, water furniuhed. :T. O. Albert.
MiO - Mill. 5-o'Jl
was pink and that his. moustache
twitched like the whiskers of a
rabbit" but they could not know
what; it was all about.!
""111 get him when ! we get to
the end of the line. I'll have it
out." i Dolph repeated the words
over and over and took comfort.
He was the boss and he knew it.
;At the end of the line the con
ductor hurried home, removed his
uniform of railroad authority and
became the husband, head of the
house. His chair was drawn up
before the fire. : His pipe was
placed on the table and his slip
pers Were ready. A wondering
wife noticed the absence of the
usual smile j ' r
"Where's' Jim? Is he home
yet?" r 1 i "
"He's coming now, I think." i
"Send him in." ; :
A huge young man lumbered
into the -room with the aim of a
school boy caught, playing truant.
For a moment he grinned with an
effort at good humor but his eyes
fell before the gaze bf jhis father.
"Aw, Dad, I didn't mean any
thing;! Honest, I was Just trying
to hustle things up a bit, for the
good,; for the good of jthe road."
Doiph Ackers, parent, was not
ready to forgive. "Take off your
coat! tj Now stand with' your face
to the wall." ' j 1 '
And the dignity and demeanor
of the little man wis; such that
Jim Ackers, engineer, ,; no longer
but son J and small ; boy, . obeyed.
Mrs. Ackers! put her fingers to her
ears as she heard thej blow. 1
"OH, dear," she sighed, I wish
Pa wOuldn'jt lick Jim (any more.
He's getting! to be too big a boy
for that.; ' : j j
i It Is worth one's time to go
down to' the station In Minden
when the Cannonball pauses and
se Dolph Ackers, conductor, make
a leistlrety most of the occasion.
IIAI,Tj IS .RENTED
SILERTON. Ore.. jOct. 20.
(Special to The Statesman).
Jenner hall jin North Side has been
rented py i the Silverton school
board to -i relieve the "crowded con
dition; of the Silverton schools.
The first, second and part of the
third krades will-be conducted in
this building. liss Helvie Silver
has been- hired to assist Miss V.
Voigt J in taking! charge of the
building.! The rent .for the hall
for the school year will amount to
$400.00.; . 1 I
'i " Hard-Heartetl
MoserJ "Dinah, I shnah would
like to engrave mah name on yo'
heart'.. ' ;
i Dinah: "Oh, go 'long niggah.
Don yo'-all know, as how it takes
a diaiiion' to do any engravin'?"
I SALEM MARKETS j I
Prices' quoted are wholesale and are
prices;: received hy farmers. No retail
prices aire giTea- : i
: t ORATir AKD HAT
No. 1 sbft white wheat $1.10
No. 1 soft red wheat 1.26
Oats ...II J u ,......50c5Se
Chest hsyl ; . 12 3 13
Oat hay ...i ;.....:1 5(? 16
Clorer lisy.. baled ; .... 14 i
POBK. MUTTOS AKD BEEF
TTogg, 50 200 cwt I $10.."0
Hoss. goo 850 cwt U J.10.25
Uog. 130-160 cwt i :.10.O0
Rough hea?y .-"..... 1 1 .07
Light sows' ........i-"i. ..J 6cCT "c
Top Teal : i u -J z. Sc.
Dressed Tesl . 1 3e
Cows 4, r 1 O e
Lambs 'A V- 7c
- , - I
EOGS BTJTTEK.- BTJTTEKrAT
Creamery butter - .43r(g44e
Rntterfst, delivered 3
Milk, oer cwt i ; , H.O
Eirs . - - - 46c48c'
Standard -. ; ; 44r
PuUets i. , , , ' u , . - S&
Od wk (six lAMrttoma).
On month , - . , '
8ix months contract, por moathlS
13 month' ooatrket, por month lt
KLnlmum for ur dvcrtiM&tS5
FOR RENT Apartment .3
FOUBt ROOM FURNISH KD i APART
nient, prixato hath.. 1047 8. ' Commer
cial, i Phone 1108 J. i 5-ol7tf
PATT0K APARTMENTS HOT WATER,
heat, private - bath. C'aU l'atton's
I look store. ! ;i 6o2tf
TWO ': FURNLSHED HOU8EKEEPINO
rooms, 1883 IStala 8t. : .. 6 -sJO
THREB ROOM rUKNlSBW) APART
ment, t2 N. Bummer. ; .- 6 jneSU
FOB KENT APAKTMFKrg; 1 NO.
VOll RENT Rooms 6
PLEASANT K()OJI-t'U),SK IN. PHONK
f8.VV. - ';"." i t (i o'J4
ROOM AND BOARD. 52a N. COTTAGE;
. I .' . - u ! i- 6-o2:j
HEATED, FURNISHED ROOM8 WITH
or withoot board. Inquire I33 Che
tneketa St. C-o3tt
ROOMS TO RENT CALL ' 2044-W.
5 ..( . 6-s9tt
KOOM FOR , RKNT MODE KM IIOMK,
thrve blocks from state house, for gen
tleman. Must give references. Pleaae
address A. H., rare Statesman.' G-ol7tf
VOn REXT Houses
FOR RKNT 8 ROOM HOITSE Partially
furnished. Garage. Phone- 281-J.
. - .'-"-,.;!' 7-021
1IY XOVEMRER 1. A SIX ROM house
close) in. partially ' furnished, t'ali
1550 During business hours. . 7 o21tf
WHY PAY RKNT ( -when
you can buy ' a modem bunga
low., 5 rooms with electrirt lights, bath,
living room, dining room,! kitchen, two
bedrooms, wood- shed, garage. ' Large
lot. j Lawn flowers. Now; vacant. Oin
five immediate possession. Only 300
cash: balance 25 per . month. Price
$2500. For ale only - by Child &
Bechtel, 540 State St. 7-o20tf
HALF OF A MODERN DUPLEX house.
Call;63F15 after 6 p. m.; r 7-o24
NEW MODERN DUPLEX' HOUSE FOR
rent. Call 63F15 after 6. - 7:ol9tf
6 ROOM MODERN HOUSE FURNISH
: ed or unfurnished. Located easy walk
ing : distance. Cleaa from cellar to
attiCi Call Hewitt. Fry's Drug Ktore.
223.; . - , . f. 7-021
FOR RENT i
4 room house at 529 South Commer
cial ? street with basement, - 25 per
month. o .
W. II. GRABENHORST 4 CO.
2G5 s State St. . : J 7-021
SEVEN ROOM HOUSE $35 FIVE room
furnished bungalow, garage and coop.
22 miles out. Will lease until March
1925, 25 monthly, Socolofsky. 331
State.,- i 7-ol7tf
7 ROOM MODERN WITH FURNACE and
fireplace, 4 bedrooms 1145 ('Winter
St. $40. See Wm. Fleming, 341 State
St. SPhone 3031 ; 7-ol2tf
MODERN, SIX ROOM HOUSE, 3ASE
ment and furnace. 1096 Marion St.
.;. .- si 7-ol
5 ROOM HOUSE FURNISHED OB UN
furnished for rent. Gertrude J. M.
Page. 492 N. Cottage. , ! '7-o7tf
S ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT CLOSE IN.
Gertrude J. M. Page, -493 North Cot
tage St. - 7-s23tf
HOUSES TO RENT T. U WOOD, 84!
Stat 9t. ' 7-m28tV
WANTED To Rent 7
WANT TO RKNT 5 TO 40 ACRES close
in with good house and electricity 396
South 19th St. - 7a-o21
I WANT TO IREXT A MODERN THREE
or four room house. Prefer South.
Phoire 73T, Mnnrehend. 7a-o22
FOR SALE-3Iiscellaneous 8
APPLES DELIVERED 75c. PER BOX;
i two boxes, $1.30; . three boxes l.i;
four boxes 2.20; or six boxes for 3.
Phone 97F12. . . 8 o21tf
FOR SALE GARDEN SAND, i NOW 13
the time to put your garden ill good
shape for spring seeding Reasonable
price. Phone LL J. Beardsley, 90F3
- ; ;. . 8-o28
Beautiful Oregon Rose
And eleven ether Oregon eenga te
? -ether with fine eollbctioa of patriot
e songs, sacred song and many oil
time favorites. 1
ALL FOR Me.
' (Special prices in quantity lota) -Especially
adaptable for school, eoA
munity or home singing..; Send for-
70 pages bow fa Ita tkM edltirM
OREOOlf TEACHERS MORTHX.T
115 j 8. Commercial St Salem, Or.
GOOD STEP LADDERS AKD PORC1
swings at a bargain. 1757 Waller 81
, . ; S-)ne28
FIRST! CLASS OATS AND, VKTCH HA1
Phone 84F12. . ' . 8-j81K
' Trespass Notices v
Tresspass Notices, iise 14 Inches bj
9 inches, printed on good 10 enncs
canvass bearing the words, "Notice ll
Hereby Given That Trespassing ll
' Strictly Forbidden Oa These ' Premise
Under Penslty Of Prosecntlon." Pries
15e each or two for 25e. .- Btstesmsn
Publishing Company, Salem, Oregon.
. !i . 8-e
PRINTED CARDS.i SIM 14" BT 7
. wording. "Booms to Rent." price 11
cents each. Statesman Business 0!
f ice, i Ground Floor.
FOB SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10
cents a hundlft - Circulation department
- ; FOR 8AJLE Ureutock 9
800 HEAD OF fiOOD BREEDING EWES
for ale: Vj Ramboulet (Jincon; are
laree ewes, youhg and iii fine shtpe.
Will sell any amount. S. Philippi. Scio.
Oregoni t . i 9 26
PRIVATE SALE PIGS li YEARS;
3 Ml inonth; Vetch seed cts; Quince
1. rents. Horses low. , Ella Finney,
lioute 2, Gervais. 9o2l
FOUR GUERNSEY COWS; 6 JERSEYS.
1275S South 12th. 9-o22
FRED i W. LANGE, TETERINARIAN-.
Office 430 8. Commercial. Phone 1198
Tte. ThcT Q-W.a
' i WOOD FOR SALB ;:il
NO. 1 SEASONED GRUB OAK WOOD.
8.50. Phone 7rZ. ' ".
JUDD SAW WOOD. Phone : 142. ll-o2S
FOR DRY WOOD. PRICED. RIGHT Phone
WOOD FOR SALE 11
ALL KINDS OF DRY WOOD FOR SALE
at the right price. John II. Scott,
l'hone 254 or G22. ll-o21
Id INCH BLOCK WOOD, 3.75 PER
load; 4 loads 14. Phone 1879-W.
10 INCH AND 4 FOOT WOOD OF ALI
kinds. : Prices reasonable and prompt
delivery. Phone 1958- W. 11-slStX
8TOPI DON'T BUY INFERIOR WOODI
Get the best oak and fir; also eoaL
By phoning 1855. 11-elOtt
10 INCH WOOD FOR NORTH SALEM
from now mill near Deaf school. 5
loads 15. Phone 1220. U-oStt
BEST GRADE OF WOOD i
4 ft. and IS inch. J
Dry er green mill wood.
Dry second growth fix. -Dry
Dry 4 ft. oak.
Prompt delivery sad reasonable price,
FRED E. WELLS, 180 South Church.
Phone 1542. ll-a
lS INCn OLD FIR, 4 FOOT OLD FIB
second growth oak and nam, Phonl
, 19F3. M. D. May field. ll-jfl
FOR BALK DRY SECOND-OROWTH ft
wood. 4 ft. For immediate delivers
Phone 10 " 4.fi
: WASTED EmpwymeDt 12
BHINOI INO AND ROOF REPAIRING
445 Turner St. Phone 604 R. 12 ntt
Ore en Roof Painting
Also black, yellow, blue.
Call and ask to see some of my wosj
j la roof painting and reiaingling.
M. R. MATHEWS
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER Wants
i prmanent ' positioa. Good reference
' Adire Statesman. 12sgtt
; WANTED Miscellaneous 13
WANTED TWO OR THREE PIOS
.; Durors preferred. Phone 99K11 be
: tween 12 and, 1 noons or C and 7 eve
l nings. Also want two or three Iocs
, baled hay. 13oltf
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN T4
; take farm paper subscriptions. A goo4
: proposition to the right people. Ad '
j dreca the Pacific Homestead, Stateassaa i
Bldg Salem. Or. Ji
PAVING CASH FO WALNUTS Pearey
and Biebn, Phone 05.. Trade and High
streets. - - - 13 o2l
WOODRY THE AUCTIONEER BUYS
used furniture for cash. Phone 611
LOANS WANTED $1700 AND f 1900, .
: First Mtge, security modern Salem
- homes. 6 and 7 per cent.
V. S. Bank Bldg - 14-o2tl
WARREN NURSERIES WALNUTS, Fil
berts. Cherries, and general nursery
stock. Special prices given on early
- orders. Price list sent on request. G.
I,. Warren. R. . Salem. 14-o31
WANTED QUIET ADULTS; BABY con
sidered for company and to work for
rent. . Convenient first floor apartment.
Phone 1915-J. K-o2l
WANTED RE-TOUCHER. APPLY Ken
nelL EUia studio, 429 Oregon Bldg.
HEIiPWAXTED Jllale 18
WANTED A MAN BOOKKEEPER. Will'.
. pay, 25 per week to begin. Address
Box 465, Silverton, Ore. 18-&23
PARTNER WANTED WITH 6 MALL
C. pital to take half interest in well
j located real estate office; too much
: for one to do. Prefer one that can do
office work. Exceptionally good op-
i portunity. Address 33.0, Statesman.
r - -- - - 18-Q22
POULTRY AND EGGS 21
MAMMOTH BRONZE TURKEYS NINE
choice young toms hatched 12th of
j April. Pallets of large type. Call or
phone 17F11. J. E. Butler, Rt. 2.
! Box 134.. Salem. Oregon 21o21
j LOST AND FOUND 23
LOST SOMETHING I FIND IT! PHON
! a want ad to The Statesman. Phone 2&
RALPH HALL. 24 SECOND STREET,
i Forest Grove, Oregon, is anxious to
- get in touch with his mother Mrs. Ma
' bel Hall. Please write. 23-o27
TO LOAN 5000. SECURITY MUST be
; first clasa rekl estate. H. M. Endieott,
. 24 o22
WANTED 3000 ON GOOD SECURITY
; 6 room all modern house 4200. Easi- .
T est payments. Gertrude J. M. Page 492
I N. Cottage St. 24s26tf.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP
i erty. Lowest rstes obtainable. See
Mr. McCurdy in Homer Smith's of
i fice. Steevea-Moore Bldg. 24-s20tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN AMOUNTS 1000
j to 250O, 7 per cent.
BECKE A HENDRICKS
' TT. 8. Bsnk Bldg. 24 slCtf
REAL ESTATE City 25
' 5 room house and large lot 00x175
feet. 1900: 300 down 20 per month.
See J. A. MILLS, 331 Vi State Street.
... 5R BUNGALOW SNAP
on "a paved street, all modern. -With
lights, bath".' basement, furnace. Price
for -this week cut to 3000; with
terms. See Childs & Bechtel, 540 State
. -A good 5 room house, large corner
lot. with fruit. Good location. Only
1000. Your own terms. We have a
1 good . 6 room hoiiRe and lot on the
i beach. Price 2.0)0 and 2000 rash
for Salem property. , A , good modern
home in North Salem price 4500 to
exchange for a farm. 320 acre near
Bend to trade for valley property. Will
include house and lot in Salem. Several
houses for rent.
331 State St. 25-o21tf
LOOK I LOOK1
I,ots 50x137 on paved street. Price
450; 50 down. 10 per month.
W. H. GRABENHORST At CO.
275 State St., 25-o21
HOUSE FOR RENT 6 ROOM MODERN
furnished or unfurnished. Located efcsy
I walking distance. Clean from cellar to
i attic. Call Hewitt, Fry'a Drog Store
1223. f 25-o21
j EXCELLENT BUYS
! 8 room modern east Salem residence
- with 2 lots, fruit, shrubbery. 3500
-6 room new Dutch Colonial South
i Salem - . 46250
Modern 6 room Salem - Heights bun-
i galow, 1.1 acres of land ..4000
! - A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
147 No. Corn'!. St., Salem, Oregon.
SMALL HOUSE FOR SALE ON EASY
terms by Gertrude J. M. Page, 492 N.