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AX7BHED BUNCH t
fy THRONG OP SOCIETY maids
xl and matrons were guests ysi
terday- afternoon for one of the
most delightful of the season's
social-affair when Mrs. -Clifton
Irwin, Mrs. Paul Hendricks and
Mrs. John H. Carson . entertained
at tea from 3 to 6 o'clock at the
Irwin" Home, 760 NortH Summer
street. The charming rooms were
enhanced with bo wis of ehrysan
themums and soft candlelight. The
chrysanthemums . used were in
shades of yellow and bronze, with
the white wax candle, in the-JiT-
ing rooms and blue candles in
silrer holders, with golden flowers
on the tea table in the dining
room. -v- - - ' ' f
" ,tThe guests were greeted by Bar
bara pierce, who opened the door,
the hostesses receiying... Assisting
in the living rooms were Mrs. John
A, Carson, Mrs. R. 'J. Hendricks,
Mrs. Harry Hawkins. Mrs. Law
rence Hater of Sas Francisco, Miss J
Eleanor McClain of Silverton and
Mrs. William H. Lytle. .'
Presiding at the tea table wtje
for the first hour, Mrs. Milton
Meyers, and;' during the second,
Mrs. -R..-M.. Hofer. Those assist
ing the tea-hostesses were- Mrs.
Allan Carson. Mrsr Homer Egan
and . Mrs. Hollis Huntington. '
One hundred and fifty invita
tions were Issued for. this charm
ing affair, with the following in
vited: Mrs. A. N. Bush,. Mrs.
Frederick Lamport, Mrs. T. .
Smith, Mrs. T. A. Lives! ey. Mrs.
John J. Roberts, Mrs. John Mic
Nary, Mrs. Henry Meyera. Mrs.' J.
' Beautifnl home
dyeing and tinting
is guaranteed with
Just dip in 'cold
water to tint soft;
delicate 'shades, or
boil ; to dye rich,,
Each lS-cent pack
age contains direc
tions so simple any
wnmnn can APr or
ribbcms.e. skirts, waists, dresses,
coats, stockings, sweaters, draper
ies, ; coverings, hangings, every
Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
kind and tell your druggist whe
ther the material you wish to color
is wool or silk, er -whether it is
linen, cotton, or mixed goods.
Adv. . . . "!-
: "DIAMOND DYES"
' Jl lie Rifdon Mortuary Now GomDleted
AND SOON to be ready for occupancy at which time the people of Salem will be invited to visit
and inspect a structure we believe would be worthy of any community, which will stand as a
monument to its; owner, Mr. ,W. T. Rigdon, to whose many years of honorable service, faithful
endeavor and sdf-sacrifice has made it erection possible. i
Every member of the Rigdon oganization feel the inspiration that follows the realization of a
cherished ambition to be able, through better, facilities afforded, to better perform their profes
sional duties, thereby adding comfort and lessening the sorrow attending the departure from this
life. ; -Vl -t , :. jj .;:;; ; ' ; . ; . .... V i-fi r 'i
Every important detail has been cared for in the interior plans, including seating capacity for
large assemblages! (a great many such services for which this institution is called upon to provide)
and In the utmost privacy that will be afforded the relatives by means of the private driveway
1 enabling them to: enter arid depart in seclusion anj protected from the weather by the large
marquet. Another unique feature will be the loading of the casket in the same inclosure without
going into the street. r Many other comforts and conveniences are provided for throughout the
building, a cheery, homey, comforting atmosphere prevailing everywhere. "
; ';;. :::,;K-V:; J.i;:'.'!- :.-- y
AU these greater .facilities and comforts are provided for with no
increasing cost to our clientele, and there will be no departure from our
established policy of uniform and moderate charges. - 1 vv
5 By Lloyd T. Rigdon '
Saurman, - Mrs. Louis
Lachmund, Mrs. O. C. Locke,! Mrs.
William Walton, Mrs. Darid Eyre,
Mrs. William H. Lytic. : Mrs. Karle
Becke, Mr. William McGllchrlst,
Mrs. George Waters, Mrs. Homer
Smith, Mrs. Hi H. Cornoyer, ' Mrs.
W. ' H. Hurghardt, Mrs. George
Brown, Mrs. Harry Olinger, ! Mrs.
Edwin Baker. Mrs.-John-Farrar,-
Miss Mabel Robertson, Miss Nell
Thielsen, Mrs. Fred Thielsen, Miss
Louise Thompson. Mrs. Sherman
Thompson, Mrs.E. C Cross, "Mrs.
RJ. Hendricks,. Mrs. 4. H. Laut
erman.Mrs. Hal Patton, Mrs. W.
Bell. : Mrs. John A. Carson, 'Mrs.
Gertrude Page, Mrs. L. F. Barr,
Mrs. Max Page,' Mrs. Walter Page,
Mrs. Leo Page, Mrs. Fred Steus
loff, Miss Dorothy Steusloff, Mrs.
Ted Chambers, .Mrs. Will Steusloff
Mrs. Harry Hawkins, Mrs. Connell
Dyer, Mrs. Frank S pear a, ! Mrs.
Keith Powell. Mrs. R. M. Hofer.
Mrs, Hugh McCammon, Mrs. Ercel
Kay. Mrs. Dan Fry, Jr., Mrs.
Fritz Slade, Mrs. Prince Byrd,
Mrs. Curtis Cross, Mrs. T. A. Rob
erts, Mrs. Arthur Rahn, Mrs. Orris
Fry, Mrs. Carl Nelson, Mrs. Homer
Egan. 'Mrs. Donald Young, Mrs.
Clifford Farmer, Mrs. Allan Car
son,'. Mrs, Hollis Huntington, Mrs;
Lloyd Farmer. Mrs. William Mott,
Mrs. Edgar Pierce. Mrs. F. W.
Poorman,- .Mrs. , E. V. McMechen,
Mrs. R. p. Boise, Mrs. Breyman
Boise. Miss Dorothy Patterson,
Mrs, T. B. Kay. Miss Helen Rob
erts; Mrs. Dwight Parr. Mfs. J.
B. Craig; Mrs.iGus Hixon, Miss
Fielda McClain.1 Miss Eleanor Mc
Clain; Mrs.' Clarence Keene, Mrs
George Steelbammer, Mrs. William
Steelhammer. Mrs. Harry Carson,
Mrs. if. i a Woodard, Miss Cath
erine Woodard, Miss Louise ! Ad
ams, Mrs. C. Reynolds, Mrs. Alfred
Adams. Miss Era Digerness, Miss
Maxine Digerness, Miss Freda Al
bright, Jjrs; Wm. Relnhart, Mrs
Milton Meyers. Miss Olga Gray,
Miss Grace Holt. Miss Beryl Holt,
Mrs. Dwight Quisenberry Mrs.
Ben Forbes, ,. Jr., Mrs. Charles K.
Mrs. Lewl3 Griffith, "Mrs. Roy
Mills, Mrs. Dan. Fry, TSr., Mrs.
Kitty Graver, Mrs. Frank Spencer,
Mrs. F. A. Elliott." Mrs. H. J.
Bean, Mrs. John Rand, Mrs. E.
Hofer, Miss Florence McKInney,
Mrs.-Lawrence -Hofer, Mrs. Allan
Bynoh. Mrs. Henry Trowbridge of
Portland, Miss Louise Corbin. Mrs.
J. A. Churchill. Miss Marie
Churchill, Mrs.i Mori' Pilkenton,
Mrs. Armin Berger, Mrs.2 Joseph
Baumgartner, (Miss Josephine
Baumgartner, Mrs. Max Buren,
Mrs. Frank Myers, Mrs. Walter
Kirk, Mrs. F. C. Hopson. Mrs.
Harry Styles, Mrs. Charles Waper,
Mrs. Russell. Catlin. Mrs. T. L.3
- 'W, v 4 , " - ; ' ; - i i , , ' .
. v.4 M 'villi "JUl w H' . , ... i. fi-j;.'...
L ' . - - - . main
W. T. RIGDON &
Patterson and Mrs. George
White.. .-,.! , j ri.j
The Business and Profession
al Women are anticipating for
this evening a program in at
tractive keeping with Oregon
Authors' Week, with Grace E.
Hall of The Oregonian Invited to
present the program. The oc
casion will be the regular 6:30
o'clock club dinner with the pro
gram following at 8 o'clock, both
program and dinner being in the
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Grace E. Hall is doubtless one
of Oregon's most widely ? read
poets both by, virtue of her poems
appearing practically daily in 'rne
Oregonian and by her two books,
"Patchwork" and "Homespun."
For the meeting this evening
the" members of the Writers' Iub
are invited to be special guests.
The Sweet Briar club will meet
this afternoon; at the home of Mrs.
Ferd Allen. j
i. - .
Lena Belle Tartar, contralto,
who is to appear in concert in
Corvallis on the evening of Friday
December ,5, has. received recent
favorable comment by music cri
tics of the Northwest and, because
she began her musical career In
Corvallis, her friends here will be
interested in the ; following words
of praise of her j work, published
In the Northwest Musician :
; "Miss Tartar opened her pro
gram with two lovely old Italian
ballads of the 17th and 18 cen-
ture. which were given with finely
sustained tone and unaffected
charm. . i 1
"Then followed the great aria
Divinites du Styx, from Gluck's
'Alceste In this the wide range
and flexibility of Miss Tartar's
rich contralto was displayed to the
utmost advantage. The aria; one
of the most beautiful in song-liter
ature, was sung with a keen sense
of dramatic values.
A word of appreciation is also
due Miss Tartar for the style of
programs proTlded which other
recitalists could emulate with ad'
vantage as each number was giv-
en a brief annotation which adds
greatly to Its enjoyment and ap
jreciation by the audience -Such
programs serve to make, a recital
immeasurably' more interesting to
the average concert-goer. The
proof of this Is demonstrated by
the fact that an annotated pro
gram is almost invariably carried
home for future reference, instead
of being left to litter: the floor
as is too frequently the case other
wise." . .
, Miss Tartar is to sing Divinites
du Styx, .with other numbers, at
the Corvallis concert next week.
'. . ;
. An opportunity of hearing the
report of the national meeting in
Chicago from one who attended as
a delegate will be given the mem
bers of the Woman's Home Mis
sionary society of the First Meth
odist this afternoon at an especial
ly interesting meeting at the home
of Mrs. Donald-Riddle at the Kim
ball apartments. Mrs. E. J. Maple,
conference 1 corresponding secre
tary, will be the speaker. Mrs
B. L. Steeves will have charge of
the devotions." ' The quarterly tea-
meeting will be held at thiB time.
The committee : In charge Is J
Mrs. H. W. Swaf ford,. Mrs. D. W.
Fisher. Mrs. George H. Alden,
Mrs. Winslow and Mrs. Ryder.:
The War Mothers will meet at
2:30 o'clock this afternoon in the
Chamber of Cdmmerce' rooms.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
First Evangelical church will
meet at 2:00 tomorrow afternoon
at the church parlors. ; Prepara
tions are being made for a bazaar
and cooked food sale to be held
Saturday, December 6, 1924 at
the S. P. ticket office.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allen enter
tained for a second group of Wal
lace Road friends on ; Saturday
evening - at their : home on South
Commercial street with five hun
dred the evening diversion. The
prizes, of the evening went to Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Franklin. Bronze
chysanthemums were used in the
decorating with refreshments ser
ved after the playing. . Mrs. Ut-
ley and Mrs. Blodget assisting
The guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al
len were: Mr. and Mrs.-Ed Pratt,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Steiner, Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Grote, Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Utley, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Page, Howard , Page. Miss Nellie
Taylor, Dr. .and Mrs. - Corydon
Blodgett. and Mr. and Mrs. W. C,
Chapter O of the PEO sister
hood will be entertained tomorrow
afternoon .' at the . home of Mrs.
D.v X. Beechler. The Christmas
party announced in the calendar
will be .held December 18. . with
Mrs. Frank Churchill the hostess
The Vecinus Realis .. club will
meet this afternoon with Mrs
Clara Hunt, 955 Marion: street,
Among the enjoyable dinners of
the Thanksgiving season was that
at which Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Allen
were hosts. Inviting .guests for
2 o'clock. A centerpiece of yel
low . and white chysanthemums
was charming on the dinner table
where covers -were -placed for:
Mr. and Mrs. William McCalU
Mrs. Charlotte Seldon, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Allen, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Utley, and son, Billie, Dr.
and Mrs. Corydon Blodgett, and
son, Corydon, and the hosts, Mr.
and Mrs. Ferd Allen. -
: The turkey for the occasion was
a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Allen's
son who is in Los Angeles, r.
The guests enjoyed' card-play
ing during the afternoon, n t,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Knutson gave
a dinner Thanksgiving day at their
nome on Mill street. - Guests were
E. Knutson. and Narvie Knutson
of Woodburn, Mr. and Mrs. Amos
If Food -Disagrees in Stomach
Instantly,! EnH indigestion,' Gas, Heartburn, Acidity
; Whenever food or drink upsets
the stomach ot causes Indigestion
or Gases, ' Flatulence, : Bloatiag,
Sour Risings, Heartburn or Acid
ity; remember you get relief as
soon as "Pane's Diapepsin" reach
es the stomach. No waiting!
Just chew, a few of these pleas
Jiocial Calendar j
Woman's Home Missionary so
ciety. First' Methodist church.
Mrs. Donald W. Riddle, hostess.
War 'Mothers. Chambers ; of
Commerce.' 2:30 o'clock.
Vecinus Realis club. Mrs. Clara
Hunt, 955 Marion street, hostess,
Sweet Briar club. Mrs. Ferd Al
Business and Professional Wom
an s club, 6;30 o clock dinner.
Program by Grace E. Hall, 8 p. m.
i ' Thursday "
American I Legion Auxiliary,
Chamber of commerce rooms.
7:30 o'clock. - .' '
Rapheterian club. Mrs.Abrams,
1465 Chemeketa street, hostess.
Chapter G of the PEO - sister
hood. Mrs. Frank Churchill, hos
tess. Elite Embroidery club. Mrs.
Otto Shellburg, 647 South Com
mercial street, hostess. -
Brush College Helpers. Mrs,
George Meyers, hostess. .
Ladies" Aid society. Bazaar
First Methodist church basement.
i Woman's Missionary society of
the First Presbyterian church.
Church parlors. 2:30 o'clock. .
. , Saturday . i .
Tony Sarg's Marionettes, spon
sored by Salem Woman's club.
Armory. Two programs.
.Daughters of the American Rev
Salem Floral society. Chamber
of Commerce. 8 o'clock. -
Inter-Fraternity open ; house.
7 r3 0-1 1:30 o'clock.
cYeclnus Reali3 bazaar, and
cooked food sale. S. P. office,
North Liberty street.
Cm-house, Miss Marie Corhouse,
Tjgji Kaarhus, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam dick, Air. ana Airs. . jacoo-
sen. Miss Florence Jacoosen.
Mt. andl Mrs. P. M. Gregory are
leaving on a motor trip this morn-
ng to California. . -
: , j
Mrs. Anna K. Jensen was hos
tess at a delightful dinner party
Thursday .honoring her son, Rue-
ben, who was home from the Ore
gon Agricultural college for the
Thanksgiving vacation. I Those
present were Mrs. Jensen, Rueben
Jensen, Miss Alice Jensen, Alfred i
Jensen, Mrs. Marie Buness, Miss
Vivian Buness, Mr. and Mrs. Hans
Jensen. :;- r
Mrs. : O. Dyhevik held open
Do your Christmas Shopping
' It is none
Real Linen is Always Appreciated
Nice Linen Towels Linen Huck Towels
Checked or plain with Large sizes; colored
colored borders borders
59c 'r: ! : . . 89c
- Plain -white 1 Linen Towels
Linen Towels I , Very fine grade
j 75cV j $1.45, gl.25, gl.15
Linen Lunch Cloths Linen Lunch Cloths
Blue or gold squares 54x54 "' '
,36x36 j $3.00
45x45 ! i Linen Guest Towels
$2.00 j 7$c and 85c Yd.
t - Ivory, Low
Mirrors, Brushes, Trays
Silk Umbrellas .
Pretty colors, nice handles
The new stubs at
$4.50, $5.00, $7.50
ant, harmless tablets and the dis
tress is gone!
'. A 60 cent package will keep the
entire family free from digestive
disorders for months. Druggists
sell millions and guarantee each
package. Adv. '
house Thursda and Friday after
noons of last weeks, Friday being
her 72 birthday. Among those
calling were Mrs. Richard Arpke,
Miss Gertrude Dybevik, Miss Clara
Dybevik and Miss Amanda Dybe- I
r " s2
r ' fcr 3
vlk of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. PohnjHotrsE axd APARTilEXTS.
uyDeviK. miss steua uyDevik, Mrs.
Anna K. Jensen, Mrs. ? O. ' S.
Hauge, Mrs. -Chritina Hansen.
r Rev. O. Skilhred of Eugene was
a caller at the Jiome of Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Corhouse Sunday -
ternoon. Mr." Skllbred came over
from Salem where he presided at
the gathering of the Lutheran
Brotherhood. ... ,, Among: those at
tending the meeting from Silver
ton were J. H. 'Jorgenson,'. A. O.
Nelson. Axel Larson Tom.. Kaar
hus, Amos Corhouse.
i Robert Hauge who 13 attending
school at Portland spent " his
Thanksgiving vacation at the home
of his father. -George Hauge of
Silverton. Silverton . News.
Mrs. George Meyers will be hos
tess tomorrow afternoon for the
Brush College Helpers.
Silverton, Ore., Dec. 2. -(Special.-;
Miss Dora Henriksen ' and
Miss Louise. Henriksen were hos
tesses to the highschool troup of
Girl Scouts : at .the Henriksen
home on Mill street Monday night.
Fourteen girls and their captain,
Miss Esther Lafson, were present.
The girls decided to hold a rally
on December 18, at which time
the second class scouts will receive
tneir Daages and tne Tenderfoot
scouts will be enrolled. The girls
reports a very enjoyable time at
the Henriksen home, .
Upon the invitation of Mrs.
Grace Austin, president of the
ladies' aid society of the Wood
burn-Methodist, church, the of-1
fleers and a group of members of
the Leslie church motored yester-I
day afternoon to Woodburn for a
party given by the hostess society,
jurs. vviuiam Aicuau, as presi-
evVaLL ' Eveiybody:is:--when
- stomach and liver are
out of order.
' Dyspepsia, indigestion, bilious
ness, constipation and laziness
quickly removed with
Take two tonight and you will feel
good tomorrow. 50 for 25 cents.
Sold eoerywheri '
Early. ; Now is the time.
and Powder Boxes
Pretty colored borders
' Worth 35c V,
; Special 15c ,
Ladies' Silk Hosiery
Tho best for wear
j - j : ; Phone 23- Advertising Dept, j
kt r word:
Monro to Loan
T. K. TOAD
(Over Ladd, Boah Bank)
BEFOBi YOtr lilsAVE TOTTB H01CS
, i .. OK CAR HAVE IT -
Phone lei. Beelaa A Eandricka. TJ. S
Sank Bide, k i ; 1 " . a-2Stf
AUTO tops SIDE cubtaik
ea door rods. Prepare now for a rainy
day. Call and aee O. J. Hall, at his
new location. 219 Statff flt. i ' -2ftf
BOUSES AND APiRTMEXTS FOR rent.
Phone 569 or evenings 1563-M. 4-d20
rOR REXT STORE ROOU ON STATE
street. See J.H. Lanterman. Hotel
' Argo. I 4-n20tf
I, I SIZE 14"
PRINTED CARDS. SIZK 14" BY 744".
wording "For Rfcnt." price 10 cents
acn. Statesman! iinaineaa uiiiee, on
'Oroand floor. --.
cs iii ii ii i i ii i i casssaa Bacaaa
- FOR REXT-j Apartments S
FURNISHED APARTMENTS Sleeping
roomn. 160 Unioa. 5j2
3 ROOM FURNISH
ATTRACTIVE 2 RKM. APARTMENT
Adults. 250 S. Cottage. 5-n4
N. ' COTTAGE. S-ntf
dent of the Leslfe aid society, was
invited to tell, the hostess group
of the method and her means for
success with the!
society of which
she has been, president for four.
Those motoring to
vice . president;
Mrs. Amos Vass,
S. C. Kightlingerl
Mrs. Charles Mclfatyre. Mrs. Char
les JLucas. and Mrs. H. F. Pern
Levy was among
those " from Salem attending the
lecture recital given by Mrs. Ed
noon in Portland
Miss Levy has
membership in the Portland -Mac
cial.) A numberl of friends called
at the home of Mrs Axel Larson
Monday afternodn to -wish : her
manv retnrns of the dav. the OC-
rasinn .hPine- her tirthdaT. Amonff
those calling ware Mrs. - Carrie
Gonlerud who lusk' recentlT celeb-
rated her 7th. birthday; Others
calling were Mr. and Mrs. John
Ooplerud, - Charlotte Goplerua,
Walter Gpplerud. Mr. and. Mrs.
Levi Goplerud.Mrs. Inga Gopjle
rud, Mrs. Hans Thompson.
Story-telling s. ction, Salem
Arts league. M "s. M. Fereshe
tian. 657 Chemel eta street, hos
tess. 7:30 o'clocl . Music study
section, 8:30 o'cU ck. - " -
The story-tellin ; (section of the
Salem Arts lagv e ;will meet at
7:30 o'clock this evening at the
home of Mrs. Mar :in Fereshetian,
657 Chemeketa sti eet. Christmas
stories will be told by Mrs. Lola
Bellinger; Mary Kafoury, Mrs.
John -Rottle, Mr s. Fereshetian,
and Mrs. Elsie De rine. .This ia a
newly organized s ction and those
who ares interested in the art of
short story telling are invited to
Join. The music section will meet
on the same evening and at the
same place promptly at 8:30 p.,m
The music of -Handel will be
studied. Mrs. G. E been will give
a brief biography bf this eminent
composer. Miss. (Ruth . Bedford
will play excerpts from the "Mes
siah." i Contralto I solos will . be
eiven by "Mrs. - Fereshetian and
Mrs. Monroe Gilbert. Miss Bed
ford playing the accompaniments
PORTLAND, Oiie., Dec
Norman F, Colemah, who has re
signed as president of the Loyal
Legion of Loggeraj
men j has accepted
of Keed college h?re to succeed
the late Richard T.- Schols. He
will assume the presidency next
fall. i :
RUB CHEST pOLDS
rain and congestion is gone.
Quickly ?r Yes. Alnjost instant re
lief from chest col de. sore throat,
backache, : lumbago
follows a gentle rub
bing With St. Jacobs
: Rub this soothing,
penetrating oil right
on yofur chest and
like! magic relief
comes! - St. Jacobs
Oil ii a harmless
; linlmeht .which
quickltr breaks chest
'colds, i soothes
up the con
gestion that causes pain. 'It never
disappoints and does
not burn the
Get a 35 cent bottle of St. Jac
Six monti' coatmet, par month15o
12 nontaa ', contract, per nontK-12a
Kin Imam far ny adrrtiecDeiit25a
FOR RENT Apartments 5
FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR RENT
temporarily. On Itrst floor, 232 N.
Summer.- - . . . j 5.C2
A NEW WELL FURNISHED APART
. ment. 565(Sonth Liberty.-. Phone 61.
! - . . ! 5-d2
FOR RENT FOUR AND 5 ROOM Apart
. ment.. Unfnxniahed. Cloaa in, 4 65
. Center. : 1 5. 43
MODERN 6 ROOM APT. AND KLEEP
.., in porch. 2 3.50. 315 Sooth 12 th t-t.
- - ' . ssaiif
FOR BENT APAETMEXT3; 8il XO,
Commercial. , . i
FOR RENT Rooms :" O
PLEASANT HEATED ROOM CLOSE IV.
Phone 585-W. . , s 6-d2
ROOM FOR RENT MODERN HOLTS,
three blocks from state honsa, lor gen
tleman. Most (ire references. . Pilots
. address A. ear Statesman, e el 7:1
EOOMS TO RENT CALL 2044-W.
.. . . 6-3.f
NICE SLEEPING ROOM; MODERN con
veniences. Beautiful . monntain- Tiiw.
One block from street ear line.
Wella- TaUman Son, 229 Oregon B d r.
; ' s TX)R RE?fT -Houses ! 7
8 ROOM HOUSE 1082 OAK INQUIRE
. 655 University. . ., ,
FIVE ROOM MODERN HOUSE Ba '
. ment. furnace. 859 Center St. 7d7
MODERN FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW
Nicely-tarnished, gnrage, close in 49.
Inquire 114 N. Commercial. 7l5
FOR RENT 3 ROOM HOUSE AXD
gng e.- electric lights and water, on
; boa. line.. Inquire -Parsley'a Crocfrr,
17th and Market. 7-d I
YOUR OPPORTUNITY -$2250;
$250 cash. Jk. real buy; C
.room home on corner lot, basement,
trees, in North Salem. 4 blocks to car,
school, and churhes. A real investment.
See this today. 1895 X. Church 2t.
Phone 1565R. 7-i6
FOR RENT A GOOD 7 ROOM HOUSii
run Basement, close in. "Will gie j -
aeasion Dee. 4th. For terms aee Mr.
Iran Martin.. Masonie Temple. 7-dJ
FOR RENT 5 ROOM HOUSE Located
105T 8. ISth. See Kletiiny at (-unman
office or Phone 35F4. 7a22.f.
KOETH SALEM BUNGALOW ;
Attraetire. eonrenieot, 4 room bun
galow, 2 bedrooms. Shipping street,
close to Summer. Lot 50x125. .New,
well built, will be completed ia 11
days, fireplace, fnll baxemeat, pipe fur
nace, S3 7 00; terms. , Phone 156511.
- . . . 7-cS.
FOR KENT FIVE BOOM HOUSE Well
" Six room furnished, close is 35.
Six room house $20.
- . r. 1a. WOOD
t 841 State St. - 7-t-qi"t
FOR SALE aiisceSaneei3 3 '
CLOVER HAY CALL 10F11.
HAND HADE QUILT PHONE 734.
North Commercial St.,Ladie Aid Halls
Ferry. . 8d5
A GOOD KNITTING MACHINE ABOUT
Iialf price of new. 1111 Front Ft...
West Salem. 8-d4
GOOSEBERRT PLANTS FOR SALE
Phone 47F2. 8-d3
ROLL TOP OAK DESK. GOOD AS New.
C. Van Patten, 2255 State St. Phone
1833-W. . - : 8-d3
FOB SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. 1
eenta a bundle.. ' CircuLstion department
Oregon ftatesian. .
Nursery"' ' j :
has all kinds' ef nursery stock for safe
8 miles out on SilTerton highway, out
7.v Phone 105F5.
J. J. Mathis, Prop.
Beautiful Oregon Rosa
And elerea other rew soncs te
Itether with a (tee aellectie of patriate.
io .soas, aacred aona And many e
tim. f.TOrltes. t
' - ALL FOR 25c
(Special prirea ta rnantlty lots) ' 2
Especially adaptable for school, corn
ma nity or fcome angiag - Send for , .
: yestern Songster I
70 pare now In ita third edition
J i ; pul),itke4 by "
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 S. Commercial St SaJem. Or.
PETLAND OFFERS FOR XUAS
PL'PS Fox Terriera $3-10-; Collie
$5 10; Airdale $5 f25; Toy SUk Pood
lea t20-f 25; BuU7f 10-f 50; Bostons:
-IRDS P.nama Parrots, guaranteed
Touny and Talkers 925; St. Andreas
berg Roller, (imported) "th. canary
with a college education' $15: Love '
Birds ireen Tair 12.50. Flske'a
Petland. Store 273 State, Farm, Pacifia
Highway. Salem. - - " J24 i
Price nnoted are ' wholesale and era
prices received 1y farmers. No retail !
prices ara given. :
CBAUr AXJJ SAT
No. 1 soft, whit, n-fceat $1.48 r
No. 1 soft red wheat 1.41 I
Oats 53't 5T
1 2 C-Ti 1 4
Clorer hay, baled 1 , fl5
Oat and Vetch bsy l
PORK. MUTTOS Aim
Hogs, 160-200 cwt -..7S
Hors, 200-259 cwt ,50
Hoga. 130-160 cwt $8 5
Kouich BesTy : tj y 14 f
I.irht aowa ' f,e
Top yesj J 7 Vi
Cewa .. ,- -
On wek (tlx Insertions)
On montA '
Ducka i. . .15(3-tac
Old roostera - - . . . .
TurkTs; choice 30e
EGGS. BUTTER, BUTTEEFAT
Creamery; butler ,j..iii-.4....4(3 4 e
BnttarUt, delivered . 41e
Milk, I"1 ewt i q
Ekcs Henneries ..,. 4 5'.'c
240 and 246 N. Commercial St.
obs Oil at any drag
fctore. It has
or 65 years.
htandrds . 4nft'iir,