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"7 THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19,' 1924
ATJDRED BUNCH--th 1' VIV.v-3 Y .
; A LARGE ATTENDANCE
-t. notable the Mother-Dai
notable the Mother-Daughter
banquet! Monday evening- at" the
First Baptist chnrch where covers
for 100 j guests were placed. The
tables were decorated 'with can
dles'and chrysanthemums. Fifteen
newimembers were Initiated 'unto
the I World-Wide Guild organiza
tions before the banquet. -
.Miss i Nellie Pickens Was the
toastmlstress of the evening. Mrs.
13. H.'Snanks responded1 to the
toast. "Oar Daughters," and Miss
Ruth E.Ross to the toast, "Our
Mothers."'; An address was given
by Mlsa Louise Hunderup of Port
land. The whole evening wa one
of the most successful and happy
ever held. There are three WWQ
organizations represented in the
FIrstiBaptTst church--the Bereans,
COLOR IT NEW WITH
-. Beautiful home
dyeing, and tinting
is guaranteed with
D 1 a m o n d Dyes."
Just dtp in cold
water to tint , soft.
(lulicate! shades, of
boil to; dye rich,
Cach 15 -cent pac
ase contains direc
tions so simple any
ribbonsj - skirts, waists, fdresses,
roats, stockings,' sweaters, draper
ies, -coverings, hangings,: every
tbing new. . t ,
,- Buy VDiamond Dyes'V no other
lund and tell your druggist whe
ther Ihe material you wish to color
is wool or silk, or whether It is
lirien cotton, or mixed goods.
Adv. - - ' , i '-, '
1- OF THE USEFUL KIND
jv will be found here in abundance. ' It
i;$? . . would, be more satisfactory to your-;
cw : t self and the
While the selections are complete."
We have many different icolors and
combinations made in gauntlet styles
for roll cuffs. . i "
$1.19, $1.48, $1.65
In thros and belted models with tied
and loose fringe
$2.48 1 1
Genuine Angora scarfs at $4.98
Nothing quite' takes 'the place of a
. sweater one is always safe in choos
ing a slfpon, Jaquette or coat
$1.48 to $4.98
ROBBIE GOATS priced at
$5.9? to $9.75
pr tulip pat
; '.a Yard ,
should plan to
the Fideliiy and the True Blue.
The Litter .has just recently
been' formed. These meet every
month, for mission study and for
social gatherings. The Salem
WWd group won the prize in Ore
gon last year for the ' best all
round work during the year.
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' Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sequin who
celebrated their 25th wedding an
niversary on: Sunday engaged the
Masonic temple at Gervais In or
der to accommodate their-numerous
friends and relatives at the
celebration dinner. More than 100
persons were present.
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Mrs. Frank Jaskoski who at
tended the White-Heenan wedding
at the Holy . Rosary church yester
day morning will remain In Port
land for a week as the guest of
Mrs. J. N. Murray.
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The West Side Circle of the Ja
son Lee Aid i society will meet at
2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the
home of Mrs- Fred Prince, 1545
N. Commercial street.
An interesting new dancing club
has been organized for single men
of the city, to be known as the Sa
lem Bachelor's Daneing club. All
single men are eligible for" mem
bership and should make applica
tion immediately as membership
will be limited. The first dance of
the series planned will be on Mon
day evening.: November 24, at Der
by hall with the Oriole orchestra
secured to furnish the music. Ad
mission to;any dance will be by
Invitation only. ;
' Temporary 1 of fleers are: Presi
dent, Ttasntussen ; 'secretary.
Jack. Charington, and treasurer,
Don Petram. , : ' . :"'
The War Mothers are asked to
be guests this evening at the meet
ing of the Veterans of : Foreign
Wars at 8 o'clock In the .WOW
halls.' i : : - -f- '
recipient if? you choose
T1! ' '1 -
of Table Linens
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Continues-rrNow iayour opportunity to;
! ; save on good quality linens
" Genuine - ,
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Social Calendar 1
West 'Side Circle of the 2fason
Lee - Aid society. Mrs. Fred
Prince, 1545 K. Commercial St.,
hostess. " 2i30 o'clock'.' '' ' '
- Central Circle of the Jason Lee
Aid ' society. All " day meeting.
Church.' ; 1 ' it .
BE club. Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Davies, 941 North Cottage street,
hostess. ' ' ' : . 1 '
War Mothers. Meet with Vet
erans of Foreign Wars and ladies.
8 o'clock. , WOW halls. - i
First - Methodist church circles
South Central. Mrs. F. L, Utter,
440 Oak street. i i-
West Central, Mrs. I. T. Moore,
110 Division. ' :
East Central, Mrs. R. L. Farmer,
S09 Chemeketa. t
South East, Old People's Home.
Bazaar work. : - I ?
Yew Park. Mrs. Da via and Mrs
Shade. 76 South High street, ?
Naomi, Mrs. J. W. Beckley, 161
N. 21st street, i k .
Business and Professional Wom
an's club. Chamber of Commerce
8 o'clock. . .; . ;1 .;.
South Circle of the First Chris
tian church. Mrs. S. A. Philpot.
1160 South Liberty street, 2:30
o'clock. i .
Woman's Missionary society.
First Evangelican church. Mrs.
J. Ulricb, 1190 North Fifteenth
street, 2:20 o'clock. Silver tea.
Brush College Helpers. ' 1
Rummage sale. Thursday bridge
luncneon club. CTC tire shop,
uoun sireei. , ,.
Faculty Women's club. Mrs. E.
T. Brown, 715 South Capitol
street, hostess, i - . -- . ; , -
" Chapter Q of the PEO sister
hood. Mrs. Harwood Hall, Che-
mawa. , ..... . ,
Woman's Home Missionary tSo-
ciety - convention. , Oregon , City.
Methodjst church. J . 4
Kensington club. Mrs.l.M,
Doughton, 1465'State street. i
"": " Friday '
Ladies' aid Society of the First
Presbyterian church. Hot dish
luncheon. Church dining room.
1 o'clock; . "'.!- -'.' - ": '
Woman's Home Missionary So
ciety convention. Oregon City.
Methodist chur.ch. ;: 1 ' 1
Thursday -; afternoon Bridge
Luncheon clHb.T" Rummage sale,
CTC tire shop, 477 Court street.
Unitarian Woman's Alliance.
Emerson room, 2 : 3 0 o'clock.
Junior Standard Bearers party,
Miss .Helen Breithaupt, 723 Ferry
street, hostess, 7:15 to 9 o'clock.
Meeting of board of directors of
YWCA, Mrs. W. I. Staley. 2:30
Salem Woman's - club. J Clnb
house.' 2:30 o'clock. , i
- Little ' Light !. Bearers. : First
Methodist church. Party at the
church. 2:30 o'clock. . '
! West Side circle of the Jason
Lee Aid society. ! Cooked food sale
and bazaar. i
Women's Civic Society Cooked
Food sale, Neimyer.'s Drug Store.
Thursday Afternoon Bridge club
rummage sale. CTC tire shop, 477
Court street. i , : ' -
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Heenan
attended the wedding of their son,
Mr. ' James Edward Heenan In
PortlSnd. The ceremony was per
formed at 7:30 o'clock yesterday
morning at the : Holy Rosary
church on East Third and HlnrV-
amas streets, the bride being Miss
(jainenne Elizabetn White, the
daughter of Mrs. ? Elizabeth B.
White.' ' ' "!''" :
:"Mrs.-' Frank Jaaknakl atH TltY .
antf Mrs. Philip Jaskoski, as well
as- memoers or tne Heenan family
went down yesterday for the cere
mody. ' " - ' " ' '
Tomorrow the ladles of the
Thursday bridge " luncheon club
will open a three-day rummage
sale at the CTC tire shop, 477
Court street. The proceeds from
the sale will go for the purpose
of raising money to put lights at
the hospital entrance. ,
Donations will be very welcome,
those having articles to offer be
ing, asked to call anyone of the
members: Mrs. H. N. Meyers, Mrs.
John McNary, Mrs. T. C. Smith,
Mrs. George Rodgers, Mrs. Walt
on, Mrs;- Frederick, Lamport. Mrs.
David Eyre MrsT T. A. Llvesley,
Mrs. O. C. Locke, and ' vMrs. J.
Shelley Saurma'n. :. Someone wUl
call for the donations offered
The Woman's Alliance of the
Unitarian church will meet at
2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon In
the' Emerson room" "at!he church
to continue on work for the bazaar.-
The hostesses of the after
noon win be Mrs. George Good
rich .and Miss Ethel Fletcher. :.
White also colored
1 IIC 4,
-Portland Silk Shop
,,-2C3 Alder St.
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The South Circle of the First
Christian church will meet at
2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. S. A. Philpot, 11 60
South Liberty street. ; :
.1 The 75th birthday of Mr. M.
S. White was celebrated with a
dinner party at the country home
of Mr. and Mrs. White near Rick-
re all at 1 O'cloclc Sunday. .--"Mr.
White Is the brother of Mrs. W. C.
Kahtner and of Mrs. F.'E. Star
buck of Portland.' both of whom
were present for the surprise din
At the attractive table, centered
with lavender chrysanthemums.
covers were arranged forr Mr. and
Mrs. M. S. White. - Dr. and Mrs.
W. C." Kantner, Miss - La Verne
Kantner, Miss Constance Kantner,
Mrs; ' F. E. Starbuck, Miss Ruth
Starbuck, Mr. and MrsJ Henry,
White of Tillamook: Mr. HOmer
White, and Miss Eileen White of
Portland; and Mr. and Mrs. S.,
Trent and - daughter." Averal. of
? Mr. White, the guest of honor,
received a number of gifts in hon
or of the occasion, and a host of
eood wishes, extending to all an
invitation to return and celebrate
bis 72nd birthday with him next
The resignation of Mrs. J. M.
Hawkins as house-mother of 'the
YMCA was made yesterday morn
ing". Mrs. Hawkins, who has been
with the association since a year
ago in September, and is giving up
her work on account of her health,
will return to Albany to make: her
home. Mrs. Hawking plans to
leave about the first of December.
The names' ot those announced
to take places on " the ,YWCA
board were also announced yester
day. The new names are: Mrs.
George G. Brown. .Mrs.: - James
Fairchild, Mrs Frank Zinn,? and
Miss Nina McNary. all T'of - whom
were re-elected; and Mrs. Max O.
Buren, ;Mrs. J, Ray Pembertori,
and Mrs. Mason Bishop; '
To fill the - two" vacancies left
Dy -the resignation of Mrs. Paul
Wallace and Miss Elizabeth Put
nam; Mrs. Eric Butler and Mry.
E. H. Kennedy, were appointed,
respectively, by the president. ot
the board, Mrs. W. I. Staley.
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,. The Central Circle of the Jason
Lee Aid society will meet today in
the church parlors for an , all-day
meeting. . ' : .' : : '
The Business and Professional
Women's club will" meet ' for the
November social meeting at ,8
o'clock this evening In the Cham
ber of Commerce rooms.''
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The Woman's Missionary so-
ciety of the "First EvangellcaY
church will meet at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon at the-" J. Ulrich
home, 1199 North 15th street. A
Bilver tea will follow with Mrs.
Bewley entertaining with Mrs. Ul
rich. : - r v "r
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The First Methodist church cir
cles wUl meet today as follows:
South central airs. l,. ui-
West Central Mrs. I. T. Moore4jdence wnen he-sella his home?
East Central Mrs. B. L. Farm
er, 909 Chemeketa. . . "
South East Old Peoples home.
Bazaar work. - ' ..' '' ". -1
Yew Park Mrs. Davis and Mrs.
Shade, 796 South High street.
Naomi Mrs. . J, .W. Beckley,
161 N. 21st street. r
Mrs. : C K. Spauldlng and Mrs.
W. E. Anderson motored to Stay-
ton and ' AumsvIUe yesterday
ternoon to speak at the Woman's
clubs of the I two communities,
Mrs. Anderson going. to Staytbn,
and Mrs. Spauldlng to AumsvIUe.
The close of "rush season" at
Llnfield college is marked by an
active season of pledging, the
greatest number going to the
youngest sorority, Sigma Kappa
Phi, which Was organized last
year. Among the men s fraterni
ties. Alpha Gamma Nu, was the
leader in the number of outstand
Chapters, which are local, re
presented at Llnfield; are Sigma
Kappa Phi; Kappa Alpha Phi ;
Lambda Lambda Sigma; Zeta Chi;
Phi Beta Mu; Alpha Gamma Nu;
phi Epsllon; lota. Omega Mu; Del
ta Psi Delta; and Tau Delta Slg-
The Kensington club will meet
tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. I.
M. Doughton, 1465 State street.
The Etokta club, meeting yes
terday afternoon at the: home of
Mrs. W. P. Fargo, 10 85 North
Church . street," 'sponsored one of
the interesting and instructive
programs of the week. The round
table Americanization discussion
was particularly Interesting. I
Mrs. E. E. Fisher, president of
the club, presided. She spoke
particularly on the. health demon
stration program for Marion county.-
Another matter brought up
was the kindergarten bill which
will be presented at the next legis
lature, r At the December meeting
Mrs. P. E. Graber will report fur
ther on the bill. A number of
details were given on the history f
of the Christmas health seals, with
a story on the subject announced
for the next meeting at the home
of Mrs. Arpke on North Nineteenth
Marigolds were used about the
rooms of the Fargo home, adding
a touch of brightness on at rainy
day. Light refreshments were
served at the end of the after
noon. One ot the " large and enjoyable
affairs of the season was the Til
lteum club dance last evening at
The. "Count-on-me" Bible class
of the First. Baptist church will
hold their regular monthly meet
ing today at 2 p. m. at the home
of Mrs. Milton Melchert of 1820
Ferry street. . .
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SILVERTON, Ore.; Nov. 17
(Special ?to ...The Statesman). A
quiet .ilttlo; church wedding, was.
solemnized at Trinity church Sat
urday afternoon at one O'clock
whett' Miss 'Agnes Olsen : becaml
the brld of Theodore R. Leon
hardt ot Salem. Miss Ard Is Mc
Donald attended the bride while
Ivan - McDonald was " Mr" L-on-hardt's
attendant. , No others tthnn
the immediate families were 'present,-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonhardt U i
at once for Portland where tbt-y
will spend a short honeymoon be
fore returning to Salem where Mr.'
Leonhardt has employment at (he
Spaulding mill company.
Before her marriage Mrs. Leon
hardt was the stenographer In the
office of Custer Ross, attorney.
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The Salem Shrine club will give
the first of a series of formal
dances at Derby hall this evening
at 9 o'clock. ' -
MORE CM DATES
Large Sums Spent in Sup
port and Opposition to
Injbehalf of T. B. Kay, republi
can, istate treasurer, T. B. Jones
spent $1,000, according to a re
port i filed with the secretary of
statej who included his expenses,
which were $152.25. Harry Belt,
republican, spent. $334.05 to be
elected to the supreme court, while
Percy R. Kelly,, independent,
spent; $292.90 in an effort to be
elected.- Jones, socialist-labor for
congress : from the third district
spent $11, and L. H. McMahan,
judge of the circuit court, 1 third
Senatorial candidates filing were
James T. Logan, Independent, -1h
district, $C8. 82; George A. Love-
joy, democrat, 13tn district.
$75.15;, and P. 'E. Bnrke, demo
crat, 17th district, $34.25.
For representatiyea the follow
ing, were listed: J. W. Sadler,
democrat first district, $29.50;
Walter S.- Fisher, democrat, fourth
'district, $43.40; -George Wiertz,
seventh district, $26.40, and D.
C. Lewis, republican; 18 th district,
$52.30. -f - ; ' -
. uistrict attorneys 'filing J were
Fred W. Packwood, independent.
Baker county, $212.40; J. C. John
son, Curry county, $101.75. and
A. J. Moore, republican, Deschutes
i Phil Metschan, treasurer, and
John W. Cochran, secretary, Ore
gon republican state central com
mittee campaign fund, $42,727.41;
Chester. L. Murphy, manager, pure
dairy products committee, in sup-
8ort of the oleomargarine and con
ensed milk bill, $6761.55, and
Fred J. Blakesley, treasurr, pure
margarine products committee, in
Opposition to the same measure,
Senator, Stanfield Charged
: With Voting r Illegally
FPKTiiAND, Nov. 18. Does a
United States senator lnso hia res-
Ask the Portland Journal. Or can
he hang onto it tor registration
and voting purposes though be
has parted with its title?
- If he lives in the Imperial hotel
when he is in Portland, is that
his address, or is it up on Cornell
road, where he once owned a
house before he sold' It?
' " And, if he holds no title to
property in the county, under his
own name, is he a freeholder in
the county, in the eyes 1 of the
law? ' ;
Or, is section 4058 of the Ore
gon laws just" a scrap of paper
between friends when it comes to
Many of your
friends think that yoa
re toe fat. You too
realize it. But why.
in all common sense,
don't you tret rid of
that extra 1K 20. 50 or
more pounds Feel
comfort able and more
like human beinfc
again. I am a physi
cian licensed by the
State of New York. I
have for year treated
men and women over
hardened wkh eacea
rv flesh: snany have
reduced as much a
a pound a day. I pre
scribe for my pat tacts
inch treatment aa
will, in my opinion, produce not only the loss
of weigh without harm, but an improvement
send you free my trial treatment and convince
yourself. Personal attention ia eiven to each
case and you are treated exactly aa ii yoa
were in my ornce.
rn 1717 trial
rjEV Jd TREATMENT
: and Interesting booklet
I have successfully treated thousands
Of patients for fat reduction.
Without Change of Diet
or Unnocessary Exercise
Below are a few extractaof letters from eratav
lul patients which beat out my statements:
Loirt 76 Poanda. MiaO.WhilUmwrUts:''!
kait timt 76 pounds J mrtsult of your treatment
Mdhm nnur tit to well in my n a I do Mete.
Lost 70 Ponnda. Mr. S. SanU trnfes.
ka lost 70 poinds ma m mult of taking yomr
trrotmtnt, ijt oetur tn every wmy. I emn
tab long wmlks without becoming tirod or short
ofbrtrntk,'! thank yon osry mwcM for what mi
int domM lor Mi '
Lost 4 8 Pounds. Mrs. E. Homer soy u" WtU.
Tut glad to t form yon that I Ase lost 48 pounds
m 6 weeks." ..' , . -
(fake up your mind this very day to
set rid of that fat. Write me for my free trial
treatment now; then you'll soon realise how
happy you'll feel, how much better your heaftb.
will be for bavins fouied the thousands of my
(frateful patients who now belong; to the ranks
of Slim People. Don't delay. Write now for
FREE Trial Treatment.
DR. H- NEWMAN
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AUTO TOPS SIDE CURTAINS PUT
on door rods. Prepare now for m rainy
day. Call and Bee O. J. Hull, at his
new location. 219 State St. - 3 s29tf
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swearing In votes for Coolidge on
i All Of which catechism arises by
virtue1 of the fact that United
States Senator R. N. Stanfield, ori
November 4, -served as one of the
necessary "six freeholders" about
nine times, as far as noted, when
various out-of-town visitors to the
stock show; yearned to cast their
'ballot for president. 1
Nine ' times Senator Stanfield,
along with his five companions,
took his oath before the election
Judge to the effect that "We, the
undersigned witnesses, do hereby
swear that we have ; hereto sub
scribed our true names and ad
dresses and we are each freehold
ers in this county.
- Each time Senator Stanfield
gave his. address as "Cornell
Road." He aided- In "swearing
in"v Walter E. McKenna. Grant
county; J. B. McGerr, Grant coun
ty; E. E. Lace,' Grant county; P.
E. Chidsey, Grant county; James
Li. Worth. Grant county; G. W.
iDeusley, Baker county; Kathleen
iW. Kivett, Huntington; Myrtle
II. Lytle, Salem; and William Re
gan, Grant county.
And then the senator cast his
own ballot in precinct 36, giving
his residence as 271 Cornell road.
Senator Stanfield. once lived at
No. 271 Cornell road,, but the place
was sold several years ago to Fred
E. Judd. who has since died. The
place now is the residence of Clar
ence M. Bishop. The closest the
senator comes to being a1 freehold
er in the county is the record own
ership of a corner parcel of prop
erty at Hawthorne, . and Grand
avenues by Inez Stanfield, his
wife. ' .
All of which circumstances have
raised the queries: . .
Can a United States senator's
"true address" be a residence own
ed by a second party and occupied
by a third?- V
( ' Can he be a freeholder unless
he ' owns ' property in his- ; own
name? , ; " - -
And does a law mean what it
says? -' : - .
Lesian Auxiliary Meets
I " At Silvftrtbn nri Mondav
SILVERTON. Ore., Nov. 18.
(Special to The Statesman). -The
auxiliary of the American Legion
met; for its regular meeting Mon
day night. Mrs. Floyd ' Whitted,
president, was called to Corvallis
because of illness in the family
and. Mrs. Berge Borrevlk, conduct
ed the meeting in her stead.
The auxiliary voted to give five
dollars to the Methodist church to
go toward the " new coffee urn
which the church recently pur
chased. The reason the auxiliary
donated the five dollars Is that it
has borrowed the urtt whenever in
need of It. "
Mrs. R. E. Kleinsorge gave a
paper on what others had said of
the auxiliary in regard to its aims
and purposes. , . ; -
Following the business. meeting
a social time was enjoyed by those
present. ' Several new members
were added Monday night making
the membership" : close to ! 6 0. in
number. , - ... .- .
'So5ie r folks will t'aae tanythlng
that is1 not, nailed down. except a
hint or advice.
One week (lix Insertions)
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' ' ' " ' -. - 7-n22
FOR RENT B ROOM HOUSE AT 545
themelteta street, $40 per month..""
W, H. GHABENHORST J CO. ' -575
State St.-Phorne 615.; ; ' 7-nl9
HOUSES TO RENT P.
L. WOOD, 841
6 room 'house close in.
5 room furnished house.
4 room furnished house. :
Hop farm, 5 year lease.
6 aere country place.
. GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
WAXTED To Rent 7A
WANT T RENT MODERN "BACK
lot furnished house, with zaraee.
FOR SALE -Miscellaneous 8
FOR SALE CONFECTIONERY. SNAP
iuuu casn. it tnterestea write 148
iis viiy, uregon., onxa-
TOBACCO.' CHEWING 10 LB. 4; Sm6k
. Ins- 10th.- SMOr 301bs. -4. Terrell
Vingo,r A.yqnville, IventucJcy.. .. 8-ml7
GOOSEBERRY PLANTS FOR. SALE
. Phone 47 FZ. ' v , . . ; .8-nlV
WARREN "NURSERY SALES ,YARD
. opens Xorember'" 20," 1924.' 173 South
KIMBALL PIANO. CONDITION LIKE
, new. Will sacrifice for fl5 cash.
This is a Teal snap. Investigate. Tall
man Piano Store, 395 S. Twelfth' Bt.
Kear S. P. Passenger depot.- 8-nl9
FARM LIGHTING PLANT, GOOD CON
' dition for' sale cheap. Earl C. Frost,
Rt. 1. Portland. ' 8 n21
FOR SALE BALED CLOVER HAY .
Phone 981-Rv 8-n9tt
Beautiful Oregon Rosa
I And eleven ether 'Tregoa songs to
("et tier with a fine collection of patriot
ic songs, sacred aongs and many-ol4
time favoritea. . - - f ...
... ALL poR 25c
(Special prices in quantity lots)
Especially adaptable for school, com
munity or .home singing, . Bend for
70 pag;es bow in its third edition
, , Published by . ' . . . ..
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 S. Commercial St. Salem. Or.
FOR SALF GOOD TEAM. .TRUE AND
aound; wagon and harness r-also good
' cow " and 3 dosen hens..- ' Phone 907.
. - .', 8-n9tf
$300 ' MOTORCYCLE FOR 35. tWHI
. ride a wheel . F. L. Coffini Route X
Box 6. V . . ' , - 8-030U
APPLES FREE FROM WORMS. 75
, per-box; two boxes SI. 30; three boxef
''B1.80; foor boxes f 2.20;-or six boxet
Tor $3. Phone S7F12i- 8-o21ti
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PORCB
: swings, at a bsTgsin. 175T : Waller 8k
" . -. ,8-ine 28tl
Tresspass Notices, six 14 inches ty
8 inches, printed oa good 10 ounce
eanrasa bearing the words, "Notice 14
Hereby Given That Trespassing Is
Strictly Forbidden Oa These Premises
Under Penalty Of Prosecution.' . Price
15c each or two for 25c. Statesman
Publishing Company. Salem, . Oregon.
- r . . . . , , - 8hi,
i Prrce quoted are wholesale , and. ,are
prices Teeeired by farmers. No retail
pricea are given. . ' "
GRAIN AND EAT
No. 1 soft white-wheat
No. X of red wheat
Hoes. 160-200 cwt
Clover hay, haled i.,.
oat and vetch hay
POUK. MXTTTON AND BEEF
Cheat hsy -.J..$12
Hors. TOO-250 -ewt :.8.40
HogK. 130-160 ewt . s.. $7.90
Rough heavy .- . . . -. , 67e
Lixht sowa ...,. . , ., .- 6e
Top veal i .7 Me
Dressed veal, top
Light kens -
Old roosters . ,. ., .,, . . 8e
Turkeys, live .... , ,19(?e22c
TurkeTs. dresned ..V1&$30c
J EOGS, BuTTEK, BuTTEEJrAT -Creamery
Butterfatw delivered -Sc
Milk, per ewt .$1.80
KgrHenneries , ..:52c
. standards . i - 47' sue
I PuJIeti ., , ,,, ... SO j 42
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 8
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY 1Yt"
wording. "Rooms to Bent," price 10
' cents eacn. o(fceiuu uiiumi v i
. fiee. Ground floor. '
FOB SALE OLD NEWSPAPER3, 10
cents a bundle.' Circulation department
' Ororon- Statesman. - ' ' ;
j FOR AIJG-r-IJvestock. 9
THOROUGHBRED " AIRDALE PCPPIK3.
- "$5 and $10. - Phone 171-W3. 9-nlStf
FRED W. LANGE. VETERINARIAN
Office 430 p. Commercial. Phone 119
tea. Phone 1C66. : 9-m23lt
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTEUSOX.
Phone 2028-W. - - - -dl3
FOR SALE SOW AND NINE PIGS
two good Jersey, cows. 1275 S. 12th.
St. 9 CM
DRY WOOD OF ALL KINDS FOR Ssle.
- Phone 254 or--22. 11-n'a
16 INCH OLD FIB, 4 FOOT OLD FIR.
second growth oak and ash. Phone
: 19F3. II. D. Uyf ield. - . li-joif
FOR SALE DRY SECOND-GROWTH fir
-wood, 'd-ft. For' immediate delivery.
I .Phone 106. . - ' 4-fi2tt
- BEST GRADE OITVOOD
4 ft, and 16 Inch. - '
'- Vtj or green mi U wood. -
Dry second growth fir.
? Dry old fir. ' '
. Dry 4 ft. oak and ash.
Prompt delivery and reasonsble price.
FRED E. WXLLS
380 South Chnrch. Pbne 1542. 11-aStf
16 INCH AND 4 FOOT WOOD OP ALL
-kinds. Prires reasonable and protin-t
delivery. - Phone 1958-W. ll t!..f
STOP. DON'T BUY INFERIOR WOOD I
; Get the best osk and fir; also eosl.
By -phoning 1855."-' i . 11-ilvif
16 INCH WOOD FOR "NORTH SALEM
from -new mil h-near Deaf school. 5
- loads S15v : Phone. 1220. -ll-eo-f
II If . I. i II ' ?
, WANTElV-Emidoyraen t 1 '2
WOMAN WANTS DXY WOEK. PHONE
1349. . . .: . J2-nia
EMPLOYMENT WANTED " EXPEIt-
tan rew1 ornxarv alaaclr a 4 -mr r 1
Write' Statesaiaa; :t56. 12 -a 19.
WILL PIT IN WOOD OR OTHER ODD
obs. v Pnone 858-J, 1230. Lewn.
' - . i2-ni9
GIRL WANTS COOKING OR HOUSE
work. Experienced. 1255 S. 12th.
, : - ; . . : 12-B20
YOUNG MAN "-EXPERIENCED BOOK
keeper, cashier, clerk and timekpft
, wants a job where hard work wi l be
appreciated. Best of references. Pbooe
398 or 1578-W; 260 Center bt. 12-alSt(
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER Wants
f permanent position.-- Good refereaces.
- A 4 dress 5992 8tstemn. t f
, 3VAXTEI -Klisccllaneoa 3 13
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
' take farm paper subscriptions. - A good
' proposition te the right people. Ad
dress the. Pacific Homestead, :iu
man BWg., Salem, Or.
WOODRY THB ,-A.UCTIONEKa BUYS
" "Used furniture lor cash. Phone 511
' - ' - .- - - - : ' 13-aprtf
IP YOU, HAVE TAJCEN A BUSINESS
; eoor -and-failed -to make goo--"''oil
at The Pacific Expert Sclux)!. i ti,
Ore.j fat ton -apartments. Yoa csn J.a
' ' ish your course here in six to twelve
' weeks and we will Secure a gnod po
sition' for you. " 13-nia
WANTED: ilODERN HOilEl
Modern S or 9 room home well lo
cated, price $8 0OO to $10,000. In pay
, ment purchaser will turn in modern firs
room home with three large lota, well
. - located, price $5000; balance cash. If
your home maeta these requirement!
9 and yoa need a- smaller home, aee U4
W, H. GRABENHOEST & CO.
1275 State St. I3n14fl
MARCELLING 65c 891 N. COTTAGE,
Phone 1633-J. - 14-d5
EOME STICK THEM. WE WELD THE It,
, Electric and acteylene welding, li-svj
Tor light. Tanks, boilers, or castings,
- Production -welding. Automotive tri--tor
and ' sawmill welding. 349 Ferrv,
Balem. : .- - 14-d3
JUDD SAWS WOOD PHONE 142.
. AGENTS WANTED 16
MEN AND WOMEN WANTED COMK
1 and see me at once. I am mnkins
appoiutmenta in this territory. 'Ii.er
ia your opportunity to - get in tooca
with a big money maker. I have a
full line- ef samplaa-. to show. C. I'.
Brijrra. 2235 N. 4th. Slem. 1 6-nl 9
I HELP WAXTEIV Female 17
WANTED YOUNG LADY Stenographer
- for temporary- office-work. ,radoaie
5 of Salem high" school' preferred. Apply '
Box 743, Oregon tateiman. , 17-n20
YOUNO WOMAN FOR GENERAL Off ic
work. Give references and salarr de
sired. Statesman Box 725." " - 17-nlS
LADIES EARN $10 TO $15 WEEKLY
at home in spare time, addressing and
ensiling our sheet music and eireuiat
letters. Send 25c (silver) -for sair-i.t
music and full particulars. Corona Mrt
. sic Roll Co., 438 Central Park, ivorhe
ter, N. Y. - 17-d22
LOSTAXD TOTJXD 22
rOl.'ND LEATHER MITTEN WITH fur
top. Owner may have same by calling
i at Giese-Powers and identifying same.
12. " V-nl
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper "published. Correspondent, To
ledo. Ohm. 236
$1500 WANTED &. PERFECT FIRST
ltgs. security, taiera home.
BECKB HENDRICKS 5
XT. 8. Bank Bldg. 24-nl6tf
MONEY TO LOAN - ON FARM PROP
. erty. Lowest rates obtainable. See
Mr. -McCuxdy In Homer ' Smith's ' c
fice. Steevea-Moore Bldg. 24-2U.f
' -MONEY TO LOAN
We have $2500 to loan on first
mortgage city property, also $4500 to
loan on first mortgaer either city" or
Jarm 'property; 8KR US TODAY, i
' W. H. GRABENHOKST CO.
275 State 8.1 Phone 615. 54-eV4'
1 1 n a
miAL ESTATE City 5
- O w n '
; ;" r , . Yctir
FOR SALt: SIX ROOM HOUSE 135
aoutn ism st. PJa&tered and in fine
condition, $2100: easy term. Xight
take light car. F. L. Wood, 341 frtste
St. - , 55nlfitf
$400 CASH. NORTH SALEM ROOM
hoop a, 1895 Chtrrh St. Good psint,
partly redecorated, basement. - sewer,
water liehts and phone connections;
t lot tt Shade and fruit $2400. Phrn
1565E1 : ' : . 25 n23
A IXT$150 UNDER ITS REAL VALUE.
i" lie tM tunvu feet. ilss siae
walk and s-rsvel street. Also bearinir
peara, aj pies, prune trees. A ci.ic .-:!
house and wired ran. For 10 !sts th 1
lot can he parchsRed for '$500. ' Is
directly acrs 24th - street i- - '
Fichraond ta.obX, ,.e J. A. I' ""