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THE OREGON STATESLIAN, SALEM. OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 14, 1024
15 SUITED TODAY
flihee Country : Club Plans
Novel Diversion for Win
ter Golf Fans
Members of the Illihee Country
club who have been wasting much
time and ammunition shooting
ducks and bringing home nothing'
much besides a hard cold will be
given an opportunity to get even
with the world and to provide
their families with free turkeys
for Christmas dinner today when
a turkey handicap tournament will
be held, beginning at 9 'o'clock.
The tournament was arranged as
a winter diversion for the mem
bers of the club.
All members participating In the
tournament will play against par.
handicaps included. The player
turning in the lowest net score
' will receiVe a hand-fed turkey,
while a ?tfill flock of the birds
will be given In other awards;
The grounds are in almost per
fect condition at present, the re
cent rains having done wonders
to the course. It has been suffi
ciently dry during the last few
days to make the playing condi
tions Ideal. The greens are in bet
ter condition at present than they
have been during the entire sea-
' son. ". '.'''"''. "I '".
Community Club Organized
". : By Hayesville District
4 At a meeting held in the new
Hayesville school Friday evening
!ll STAYS r
' COLlBEfl, GLOSSY
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Millions Use It Few Cents
Buys Jar at Drugstore
Even stubborn, unruly or sham
pooed hair stays combed all day in
any style you like. "Hair-Groom'
1.3 a dignified combing cream which
gives that natural gloss and well
r roomed effect to your hair that
:.nal touch to good dress both in
I -j sin ess and on social occasions.
-'Hair-Groom" is greaseless; also
helps grow thick, heavy, lustrous
hair. Beware of greasy, harmful
i '.illations. Adv.
Ivery Day a
We desire to have our stocks as low as we can get them
after Christmas. Right at the time you want mer
chandise our goods are lowered in price.
Monday we place on special sale
All of our high-grade superlinen box stationery Oft-
' at the little price of, box . i OsC
poc box ladies) handkerchiefs,
All ladies' 25c handkerchiefs,
at ..... ... -
Men's 25c lisle dress socks,
. at ..;. .... .
Men's regular 2 for 25c dress
at .l-..u..i.L... .
A few Grocery Prices
12 lbs. Berry Sugar
3 cans Carnation or
2 lbs. Sultana Raisins
1 lb. can Preferred Stock Coffee....! 47c
. : is. Shop around in the store j
: You Will Find Numerous Unadvertised Bargains.
Open Evenings Until After Christmas
the members of the district organ
ized a community club, and elected
officers for the year. About 75
people were present, and all were
very enthusiastic over the success
of the club. The meeting was con
ducted by Lloyd T. Reynolds prom
inent fruit-grower of the district.
Officers elected were , A. Len
gren, president; E. M. Bailey, vice
president; W. V. Fox, secretary;
and Mrs. H. G. Samons. treasurer.
The meeting was conducted with
the well known Hayesville splriC;
the spirit that prompted the7 build
ing of one of the finest country
schools In the state after the old
building had been destroyed by
fire. i -
The club will meet on the first
and third Fridays of each month,
the next gathering taking place on
New Years eve, when a supper will
be served. Programs have been
arranged for each night.
AT HIGH PITCH
Record Crowd for Program
Tuesday Night Indicated
By Ticket Sales
Interest in the Tuesday night
boxing program at the Armory is
growing as the time for the Deans
Dawson return match approaches
and a heavy advance sale of tick
ets is reported. In addition to
the main event there will be two
six-round bouts,' the first being
Tiny Hayes vs. William Bennett,
and the second Spike Crossan vs.
R. E. Coates. Two snappy cur
tain raisers have been arranged.
Matchmaker Harry Plant U now1
making plans for a big double
main event program during the
holidays, probably between Christ
mas and New Years, and perhaps
the t afternoon of January 1, if
the fans so desire. Jack Griffith
of Portland will meet the winner
of the Deane-Dawson fight. . He
weighs 147 at present, but will
make the necessary weight by the
night of the match. Both, Deane
and Dawson weigh 144 pounds.
The other event will be a fight
between Cracker Warren of Ore
gon City and Phil Bayes of Salem.
Positive enforcement of the "no
smoking" rule will be observed
for the benefit of ; the fighters.
Matchmaker Plant announces.
This order will be enforced by
members of the fire and ' police
departments. i j t
RUB CHEST GOLDS
AWftY: STOP PAIRS
Pain and congestion is gone.
Quickly? Yea. Almost instant re
lief from chest colds, sore throat,
follows a gentle rub
bing with St. Ja
cobs Oil. ,
Rub this sooth
ing, penetrating oil
right on your chest
and like magic relief
comes. St. Jacobs
Oil is a harmless
liniment v which
Li 7 chest colds, soothes
Jjn tne inflammation ot
A (J sore throat and
X AJ breaks up the con
gestion that causes pain. It
never disappoints and does not
burn the skin. '
Get a 35 cent bottle of St. Ja
cobs Oil at any drug store. It has
been, recommended for 65 yeara
I Adv. i
V : i3u)re
for Monday Selling
POWELL TO SELL
In Addition to Packard Line
the Hudson and Essex ;
Will Also Be Sold
Packard owners will be de
lighted to learn that,1 tne agency
for this car has been secured by
a firm who are fitted to offer to
the car owner every consideration
and service that he may desire.
Fred M. Pawell has secured the
agency for thi3 territory and will
be equipped to handle sales and
service in the same efficient way
as has the MacDonald Auto com
pany In the past. j J
A. J. Feilen, formerly shop fore
man for the MacDonald Auto com
pany, will continue in the same
capacity with Mr. Powell.,
Mr. Powell Intends to 'arrive
in Salem some time this after
noon with a complete line of
Packard. Hudson and Essex cars
and will welcome inspection of any
or all. : I ;
SAN PEDRO, CalJ Dec. 13.-
The USS Idaho football eleven to
day wpn the United States battle
fleet championship for the fourth
time in the last five seasons, de
feating: the USS Melville, 13 to 9,
at Trona field. 1 i , !
Live Soundly to Avoid
Heart Disease in Future
Tuberculosis has been pushed
from its place as arch-executioner.
In its place, in most parts of the
country, is heart disease, now the
chief cause of death in these
United States. Fortunately heart
disease is often curable. It Is
preventable. But the effort to
cope with it must run the gamut
of the seven ages- from childhood
when it is to be prevented,
through the middle years when it
may be arrested and cured, to old
age when its disabilities may be
alleviated. We are on the thres
hold of an onslaught upon it
which promises rewards as rich
and ; startling as those of which
the. tuberculosis campaigns
dreamed daringly j twenty years
ago.. . - . : 1 J ;
Last year organic heart disease
killed many more people in Ore
gon than did tuberculosis and
more than half again as many as
cancer and pneumonia. Moreover
it usually kills by i inches. A
death from heart j disease ' has
typically back of It a story of in
fection in childhood or early adult !
life, of loss of working power in
the most productive years, of a
decade or more of slowly waning
trength, leading to invalidism,
dependency and finally to death,
To prevent smallpox, vaccinate.
To prevent typhoid, purify the
milk and water supply. ,To pre
vent heart disease that is not so
Cured His Rupture
I wii badly roptorrd whi!e lifting a
trunk aereral year Mgo. Doctor said
my only bopa of cure waa an operation.
Trusses did me no good. Finally I got
bold of something tnat qOickly and com
pletely cored Dir. Yeara i have pataed
and the rupture has n-er returned, al
though I am doing hard work aa a car
penter. I - There waa no operation, no lost
time, no trouble. I have nothing to aell,
but will give full information about how
you may find a complete cur without
operation, if you write to me, Eugene
M. Pollen, Carpenter, 228-L. Marcelhia
Avenue Manaaquan, X. J. Better cut out
this notice and show it to any others
who are ruptured you may save a life or
at least stop the misery of rupture and
the worry and danger of an operation.
Buy Him Ties
The Gifts that he would choose
Suits, O'Coats, Bath Robes, Smoking:
Jacket, Sweaters, Shirts, Hats, Caps,
: . .4
Scarfs, Umbrellas, Golf Hose
ELLIS E. COOLEY
simple. One must guard against
infections of childhood and youth
that: may not bare their conse
quences for ; many years. One
must live soundly. And one should
be examined periodically for signs
of disorder Imperceptible to the
layman. As for cure: tnat rests
chiefly on competent diagnosis-
plus character. rot what the
health officer does for us, but
what we do for aurseves. will
check this mounting peril.
. The commonest causes or heart
disease are rheumatism and syphi
lis. - , .
Many heart diseases are entirely
Some are wholly curable.
NEW ST. JOSEPH HALL W
SOW XKARIXG COMPLETION
The New St. Joseph's hall, cor
ner of Chemeketa and Winter
streets, is nearing completion,
and beginning next Friday will be
the scene of a large and much
anticipated bazaar which will con
tinue from December 19-21 in
clusive. Dainty booths and div
erse i amusements, the posters
promise, with an abundance
of Christmas gifts and can
dy. On Sunday, December 21,
the ladies of the parish will serve
chicken dinner from noon to 2:3 0
MARIE BEAUTY SHOPPE IS
NAME OP 8ILVERTON STORE
SILVERTON, Ore. Dec. 13. i
(Special Miss Berle Smith
who was married last week to
Everett Jonea, jof Portland, has
sold i her interest in the Berle
Marie Shoppe at Silverton to her
partner, Miss Marie Quail. The
name of the shop will be known
now as the Marie Beauty Shoppe:
Miss Quail has secured Miss F.ora
Conyer of the Mary-Elizabeth
Shop of the Portland hotel, to
MILLIXERY STOIU3 CHANGES
HANDS AT SILVERTON
SILVERTON, Ore., Dec. 13.
(Special) Miss Catherine Bruce,
who bought the Hoge Millinery
at Silveiton a few years ago, sold
her business this week to Mrs.
Malva McKilligan of Astoria. Mrs.
McKilligan tookj charge at once
and Miss Bruce left for Spokane
where she wUl make her future
Lift Off-No Pain!
Doesn't hurt, one bit! Drop a
little "Freezone" on an aching
corn, instantly that corn stops
hurting, then shortly you lift it
right off with fingers.
-' Tour druggist sells a tiny bottle
of "Freezone" for a few cents,
sufficient to remove every hard
corn, soft corn, or corn between
the toes, and the foot calluses,
without soreness or irritation.
Let Us Help You Take the Guess Out of Christmas Giving
Hundreds of useful, desirable gifts here will quickly end your perplexity. ; Choose j the Gift from our large
showing that he would select himself. Our convenient arrangement of HOLIDAY MERCHANDISE will afford
you real pleasure in your selections. See our windows. Let us show you. . ;
GIVEN THIS D(
Hard Work on "Yankee
Four Flusher" and Fjne
"The Yankee Four-Flusher," a
three-act comedy drama. Is the
offering of the local De Molay
chapter when they present their
third annual show at the Grand
next Tueadav, s and Wednesday.
The play is said to be radically
different than what is usually ex
pected of 8 three-act comedy,. cen
tering about one leading charac
ter who is a perfect bulldozer.
Harold Mero plays the' Heading
role and Jis supported by Helen
Selig, MrsKatherine Baker, Ruth
Ross, Ruth Brown. Willard Brown,
Winfleld Clark, Vera. Mathis and
Ted Kruger. .
Most of these voune Deonle need
! no introduction to those who have
taken any interest whatever in
local amateur productions. Prof.
Rahskopf of Willamette univers
ity is directing the play and this
fact alone guarateea a good per
formance. ' 1
Several i clever vaudeville acts
have been arranged for between
acts and the De" Molay quartet,
also known as the Junior Rotary
quartet, will sing. - y
The annual De Molay show has
come to be recognized as one of
the best amateur productions of
phiropractic keeps you fit.
Service that produces
at a minimum of cost. . Dr.
Gof frier, 226 Oregon Bldg.
Phone 551. Hrs. 10-12, 2-6,
and by appointment. !
on cough syrups because
none but the best is good
enough to entrust with the
important task of keeping
your lungs healthy.
SCHAEFER'S H E R B A L
COUGH REMEDY is the
BEST and very reasonable,
i ' - i i "
The Penalar Store
135 North Commercial
416 STATE STREET .
the year and is looked forward to
by many. This year the boys" will
stage their play two nights so that
every one who enjoys a good clean
comedy will have an opportunity
Five of Thirty Veterans i
Find Places of Employment
The ex-service men of Salem are
in need of employment. Only
five of the 30 men who applied
for riuployment have been fund
places. There are salesmen,
plumbers, laborers, steam workers
and other skilled workers regis
tered. Considerable attention has been
called to the need ' of the ex-sol-diers
end" several firms are giving
preference to the boys who did
their bit in the World war. j
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
have established a temporary em
ployment office with; Dr. George
Lewis, 311 Oregon building where
the service men may , register, j
Anyone having" an ' opportunity
to give an ex-service, man a Job
can call 8.r2, where; he can get
in touch with the fellows wanting
the work. r ,
o i timing
LAST TIMES TODAY
W 1, i
LEBANON ISSUES BOOKLET
"Lebanon, The Strawberry City"
in the title of a booster booklet
Issued by the Lebanon Commer
cial dub and sent out to prospec
tive hojpieseekers. It was written
by Forest Ry craft, who adds to his
duties as instructor of agricul
ture a lot of duties of this sort.
One would think that (the super
vision of 50 projects would be a
big enough summer-time Job for
onemanaside from such editor
ial work. It is community service
of thia sort that weighs lit the
Inn mn to tin h S-lfS Of DODU-
lar opinion. The booklet referred
to is well written ana iiiustraiea,
and its booster statements are well
within the range of the imagin
ation. . i
' Transfer Co. f
Fast Through Freight to All
VaHey loints laily
Corvallis - Eugene - Jefferson
Dallas Albany - Monmouth ;
ship by truck;
I WANT A
High Grade Salesman
who is? anxious to connect with a local manufacturing concern
as partner. Prefer a man between 25 and 4.0, who ia able to
invest , little money in order to have an interest in securing
buslnes Will be able to make at least $5,000 a year.
Address 3344 care Statesman
! In Fantastic Novelties ;
Rowles & Gilman
i "Foolishness" ;
Knorr, Rella & Co.
"What Would You Have
Jay Bogert I
'The Man Who Talks'!
" Carl Thomson
That Different Fellow"
Buy Him a Hickok Belt
and Buckle Set
if.-'-'1 I !:. , ': , -i.
Suggestions that, are
Pajamas, Silk Shirts, Gloves, Hose, Ties,
Caps, Belts, Buckles, Cuff Links,
Garters, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, etc.
C r i . -St:"--..':-
Sri T.ir' - a "0-
The way to win promo
iion'is to prepare for it.
f you are dissatisfied
with your present posi
tion,, or wish to prepare
for a better paying one,
take a course with us. If
you have riot been out in
the business world, then
you need this training to
prepare you for meeting
competition. We have
both day and evening
classes. Call and see us.
OSC1N WOW I
; I'' - ' In
A New Type "Western
i Comedy Drama
sure to please -
254 Kcrth Commercial