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VxVER , -TTrO nUNDHED 'nem-,Y-
bers were present on Tuesday
evening for the annual Installation
of officers of Chad wick chapter of
the Eastern Star lor , the . year
2925. The Impressive ceremonies
of, office were fittingly conducted
by Mrs. XL C. Petteys, retiring
matron, assisted by Mrs. ; J. W.
Maruny. , j ! . :.r:
Mrs. Rose W. Babcock will take
the place-of-Mrs MrC-iPctteys ?s
"worthy matron, while Ralph
Thorapsonwlll assume the office
of worthy patron yj, , w
Mis, Babcock' staff of able as
sistants will be Miss Leila ; John
son, r 'associate s matron ; 'Mabel
Mint; conductress; Gussle Niles,
assistant conductress; Ida M. Bab
cock,; secretary; aaierlae-3am-:
ardl, rtressnrer; Anna. "Kantner,
chaplain; "Pearl Pratt, marshal,
Mrs. C. J. Green, organist; Mrs.
C O; Miller, color bearer; Nettie
Smith, Ada; Margaret Montgom
ery, Ruth; Stella Henry, Esther;
Mrs. (William Nelmeyer, Martha;
Bernlce Blodgett, conductor; Mrs.
Harry Crawford, warden; P. A
Mrs. Babcock also named . at
this time the personnel of 'her
committees. .; .-r
On the finance committee will
be Josle La .Fore, MirlamDerby, j
ana jy. u. ttogers. r , -
' ThercbmmUtee on thesfck inr I
ciaaes ueiia, KjLgaon, OdaChap
manj Bertha MacMahon, and Mrs.
Clause Morse. r,RW v!.'
Those who' will serve on the so
cial committee are Minnie Meul-
ler, t May - v Steusloff Chambers
George Dunsford, and J. - A.
Brant. t , if : $ . , j: t v r ; :v ..
1 1 ilmr Trn7iKfa!TfhVi"
II UiWI IIUUUIW IIUII
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Dlsea of heart, kidneys, blood
Medical science knows that poi
sonous wast is our "bodies would
actually cause death in & few days
if net eliminated by Nature's pro
cesses. Because It destroys these
deadly poisons, the Itver is our
most Important organ the body's
wonderf uL nurif ier. : : :
The llvernf eveats the formation
of body poisons that cause diseases
of the heart," kidneys, blood -vessels
and are chiefly responsible for
premature old age.
Wheat the ttver ueeomes weak,
the poisons are sucked up by the
blood and health' is broken down.
Physicians know that the liver
cannot le ireguJated "by drugs. Twit
a safe Natire substance has been
discovered which will at once In
crease the vital bile supply. The
discovery Is purified ox gall.
Cet from your druggist packr
age; of Dioxol. Each tablet' con
tains ten drops -at pwrifled or gall.
In -24 hours the poison toxins will
be removed. ' Tour liver will be
regulated. Blood purification will
.iwgiiu Sallow skin will clear. 4
Tou will 'feel so much better yoo
will know you - have -found the
cause of your ill health,- Dioxol
tablets are harmless, 'tasteless and
cost less than two cents each.
These genuine ok 'gall tablets
are prepared only under the name
"Dioxol.? J If any tablet is offered
you under another name, refuse it.
Accept only Dioxol in the original.
genuine package. Adv,
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BUNCH Vi PHONE 106 HI
Friday and '
, Saturday at 0
.The Cflnkls is woven in
and will rnot , come out;
can be put to hard usage.
Colors are rose, yellow or
blae with ,-eeru combina
tion stripes. Scalloped bor
ders with, cut corners.
Slse is 80x90. .
' Calaa Sicre
4C3 State t.
TIin-Or.EGO:i BTATESIIAlIi BAim.-ORnGO:i
Mrs. Lana Beechler was appoint
ed president for the year of jthe
social afternoon Club.' Por Jthe
next ' meeting of the club i which
will come on January -20, the fol
lowing will be hostesses: Mrs; Jes
sie Darby, Mrs. Itelnhardt, Dr. An
gle MeCullough, Mrs. Mollle Sty
le3, Mrs. JJargaret Rosecrang, and
Mrs. Arthur Wallace. j
- The ki lid -ef St. Paul Episco
pal church will meet atl? o'clock
this afternoon -at the home of Mrs.
Thomas T Purbrick, r 2 0 4 0 - South
High street. ,f '
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Fournew members were, taken
Into the Salem branch of the Ore
gon' State Teachers' - association
f meeting nonday rerentng jtt tt he
rhome of 'Mlss 'Eliabeth Levy. The-
new members are Miss Ruth Bed
ford Miss Frances Virginia' MeW
ton, Mrs. "W. P. Powef s, and Mrs.
Lila Lee. c - ,' - ; 4 : . t L ' ' '
' The '' January 'progrlmfwaB ne
of assistance and interest to every
mfeslc -teacher. -Miss .Margeret
Fisher introduced the problems of
the profession "with ; all present
augmenting .the discussion from
their awn experience. 'i j. !
'I MendeJfcsohn.pambers on 'the
Tictrola. ,were enjoyed ., by ; the
guests. : : -1 m t - . $
Miss- -Ruth Hjertaas, who jhas
hee'h' in" n'fFraliBlsco sineethe
first of "the year, and Miss,Lenore
Preston, who was. ealled'to Dallas
on 'account of the illness of her
mother, will both" be i In " Batem
again next .week- to 'resume their
classes m (Friday, the 16th at
McCornack halL The many friends
of Miss Hjertaas and Miss Preston
win be glad to learn of their early
return. ' j
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The Carnation 'club will ! meet
this J afUraoon with Mrs. J Perry
Wright at 297 South Seventeenth
street. ;. Vjl : .,; : ; :
A delightful gathering early; in
the week was that of the Monday
bridge club at the home of Mrs.
J. R. Pollock. Mrs. Percy A. Cup
per, a guest of the afternoon, vras
winner of high score. A yellow
and green motif was attractive on
the luncheon table, j Mrs. H.s.
Polsal will be the next hostess for
the club. 1 j--'
Those playing on. Monday were:
Mrs. Percy A. Cupper and Mra. G.
Wi Laf lar, invited guests; and the
following members: Mrs. A. H.
Moore, Mrs. H. S. Poisal, Mrs. W.
Lewis, Mrs. Ann Klein, Mrs4,F.l!E;
Shafer, Mrs. W. E. j Wilson, apd
the hostess, Mrs. J.j R. Pollock
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A humber of Salem women were
guests yesterday at the meeting
of Nydia Temple, Daughters of the
Nile, at the Pythian r Temple .in
Portland, The annual election of
officers was preceded, with H a Pi
Miss Elizabeth Levy, hereelf , a
member of the Portland MacDdw
ell dub, had the pleasure of being
in 'the audience Tuesday afternoon
when- the art wing of that organ
ization presented a charming! frag
ment from the Greek play, Vlphi
genia ia Aulla." followed with In
imitable Greek dances which , "sug
gested admirably the lovely fig
ures on Greek urns 'and friezes."
f-r''- IP jij-'
John T. Hotchkiss, manager of
the book department of the J. K.
GUI company; who. has resigned o
take a position with a Chicago con
THIS GREAT; STORE
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All oincn'8 iceaay ; to .Wear Greatly '.llcdiiced
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I Social C&eMM I
Thursday Afternoon club. Mrs.
Frank W. Spencer, 287 North
Thirteenth street, hostess, assist-
ed by Mts. C. A. Park and Mrs.
R. U. Hendricks. ' v :T
Flag unreillhg. Honse of Rep
resentatives. , 8 ; o'clock; 4 ?
Rapheterian Club. : Mrs. E.
Bates, hostess. i . ; '
Golden Hour club. Mrs.Lioyd
Springer, 1395 Fir street, hostess.
1:30 o'clock. t";r-,-
. North Salem WCTD, Mrs. Mary
Wooten hostess, -2:30 o'clock.
St. Paul's Guild, Mrs. Thomas
Purbrick, 2040 South High street
Carnation aclnh.' . irs. Terry
Wright, 297 South 17th street.
I Friday - ' .
South Salem Friends Mission
ary society. . Mrs. F. A. Elliott,
7 6 E . Marlon ' street, hostess. 2
Aid society, Mrs. Kaighn, 1295
North Commercial street, hostess.
ZiiO o'clock.1 -
""First ""Congregational -church
Missionary society Mrsr F. W.
Steusloff, 607 N. ' Commercial 1
8treet.2:S0. o'clock. i
- Woman's society. First Baptist
Church street: Mrs. Harry 1 E.
White, 1010 Oak street, hostess.
2: SO o'clock. ' : ' '
Willing. Worker a class... .. First
Christian churchy 2 : 3 0,o'clock.
j '- i - - ' ; SatarOay i ':CGl :
Business and Professional Wo
man's club. s Rummage "sale, G.
W.; Johnson -flething etore. . , . s
Salem Woman's c Jab. Business
meeting. " Club liouse. ' '
cern,: will be the-honor, guest at a
studio reception to be given by the
Northwest Poetry society, at the
Woman's club building, 448. Tay-.
lor street, Friday night at 8 o'
clock. - There will-be an informal
program. Mr. Hotchkiss is known
throughout the vtate as the friend
of Onegon writers. He established
the poet's corner at the J. K. Gill
book store as at meeting' place for
local writers. Oregonlan.
:j pie North Salem WCTU will
meet- this afternoon at the home
of I Mrs. Mary. Wooten -at ; 2:30
o'clock. B The .members 'will sew
Onquilts. for the Children's farm
home near Corvallis. "
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1 The legislative halls of the state
of Oregon will be the scene this
evening of the ceremonies of the
unveiling of . four beautiful eilk
flags,' the purchase of which, was
Some : time ago delegated ' to the
locil : tent' of the Daughters of
: These flags will be hung, two
in the senate chamber and two in
ihej house of representatives.
Judge George M. Brown will
be the speaker of the evening with
special patriotic numbers adding
musically to the evening.
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The Golden Hour club will be
guests at 1:30 o'clock this after
noon of Mrs. XJoyd Springer at
herj home, 1395 Fir street. r
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f Jirn. Frank W. Spencer will en
tertain the members of the Thurs
day j afternoon club this afternoon
at her home, 287 North Thirteenth
street. Mrs. C. A. Park and Mrs.
R.- J. Hendricks wUl be hostesses
with Mrs. Spencer.
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i The "Rapheterian club will "meet
this; afternoon With Mrs. C. E.
Mrs. Charles K. Spaulding was
a charming hostess for this week's
meeting -, of the . Round-Up club.
This group of matrons make
bridge their chosen diversion, the
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J ON SALE
Friday and S -0(
Satn! a Pair jIoUil
Rstt ff Te d, ' Hemstitched
Scrim Curtains, tie' backs,
which -are' an exceptional
ly good value. Good look
. ing and ' serviceable, 1 In
,'white only. They are 214
; yards long. " They ' truly
are- a oargaln. r '.
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high score going on Monday after
noon o 'Mrs. gI.?Whtig:
4 Special- guests for -the afternoon
Included MrsVJotnrl Rand, Mrs.
LewhrGHf flth,.Mrs.U. to. Shipley,
MrsvT. A Elkerfaml Mrs. Frank
The personnel of this! prominent
social club Is .made ; up by Mrs.
Joseph H. " "Albert, IkTrs. J. C.
Griffith, Mrs.cJ. ;l. WhitUg. j Mrs.
R. E. Downing, Mri. J3d Hartley,
Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. . P. Xlm
hall.: Mrs. John Albert, 5trs.- E.
Cooke Patton, Mrs-fC. K. Spaul
ding, Mrs. C. H. Robertson, Mrs.
Lenta Westacott and Mrs. T. B
Kay. r, ; I. '
Mrs. Jay H. Upton ot Bend will
not accompany iSenator Upton to
Salem for -h legislative session
this year, having left j this week
fiSr a two months f. trip to New
York city. While In New York
Mrs. Upton will attend special lec
ture courses at Columbia univers-
ity. . ,
. The Women's sorlety of the
First Baptist hnreh will-beon-
tertained for their 'program meet
ing at the home of iird. Harry, EJ
White at 1010 Oak I street, on
Friday- afternoon at;2:30 o'clock.
llrf-: White :wiir be assisted 1 by
Mrs. W. S. Anderson, Mrs. Frank
Striibie, Mrs.' Walter Nelson and
Mri. Clifton Mudd.ff
The following program has been
Detotlons. . . .
Solb r , . . . . . . Mrs. Harry Harms
Answered Prayers In the Orient
J. ....... . . Mrs. E. H; Shanks
Book Review "Through Judy's-
. Eyes,".". .' .', ,'. .Mrs.- Earl Gregg
Solo .... . . . -. .Mrs. 'Harms
All the ladles of the; congrega
tion cordially invited
The Salem Woman's iclub house
was (he scene last evening of the
eharmlng supper; meeting of "Chap
ter ?G of the PEO aisterhood who
entertained as their fsneste the
BIL's.- Covers tor thej assembled
-company were placed at two long
tables placed in the main room.
Forty rraembers and? guests were
present for the evening!.
. The reading of an unusually In
teresting letter front Miss Myrtle
Maxwell, who ta engaged in home
missionary work among the col
ored pedpla of Cincinnati, Ohio, by
Mrs. ; Benjamin Blatchord, 1 was
the feature of the meeting yester
day afternoon of the! Woman's
Home ; Missionary society ot the
First Methodist church. Members
were guests at the home of Mrs.
George Gatekunst. - j f
The devotional -of! the day was
in charge of Mrs. A. jA. ; UnderhiU,
while Mrs. Hattle Durkheimer
gave the lesson, taking the fourth
chapter, "The Road to Learning,"
from i the book, "Adventures in
Brotherhood." ,. I !
A tea-meeting, preceded by the
annual election of officers, will be
held by the Willing Workers' class
ot the First Christian jjchurch at
x'.sv ocmck tomorrow anernoon.
The hostesses for the .social
hour, at the church,; will he Mrs.
Earl Wood. Mrs. Clifford Elgin,
and Mrs. Simpson.
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The Business and Professional
Women's cltab held their ' first
meeting of the new year last eve
ning at the Chamber bf Commerce.
Opening with a 6:30 o'clock din
ner an interesting inventory eve
ning followed. 1 John - L. Brady,
editor ojf The Statesman added to
the program 'with appointed talk
on the child welfare question.
Miss Beryl Holt, chairman-of the
social committee, had jcharge ot
the j arrangements, i
The eight-piece : Oriole orches-
tra conducted by W.-H. MIUs, will
contribute to the success of the
ceremonies of the r fjag j nnreiling
at ! g o clock 'this evening at the
state bouse tinder the auspices of
the Barbara FrietchiB tent of the
Daughters of Veterans. !
And - that's what f might- help,
more hun and. less ho (hum.
Nobody Can Tell When You Dark,
en Gray, Faded Uaii With
Grandmother kept her hair beau
tifully darkened, glossy , and at
tractive with a brew of; Sage Tea
and Sulphur. Whenever her hair
took on that dull, faded or streak
ed appearance this simple mixture
raa applied with wonderful effect.
By asking at any drttg! store for
VWyetb'a Sage and Sulphur Com
pound' you will get J a (large bot
tle ; of r this old-time recipe,' im
prored. by the addition of other
Ingredients, all , ready to use, at
very little cost. This simple mix
ture can be depended lipon to re
store 'natural color and! beauty to
the hair. :t j - . ,
r A 'well'kaown downtown drug
gist says "everybody uses Wyeth'e
Sage and Sulphur Compound now
because it darkens so . -naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell
It has been appliedit's . so easy
to use', too. You aimpiy dampen
a comb or soft brushJ and draw it
through $ yourvhair, s taking ? one
strand at a time. . By mornine the
Cray hsir4Isappears;tj after an
other application or two it Is re
stored v to i its - natural Icolor , and
3 tlrr?, roft and tcantlful.
" ! ' Trt TTTTTT?T1AY MUIJNLNlr. JAWUAliX B. . -
Noted Traveler to Give Illus
trated Lecture -at Waller
Hall January 13. j
Students and friends of Willam
ette university are to hate the bp
portunlty of hearing an Illustrated
address by A. H. lCingsbury, not
ed : traveler ; and explorer. An
mating aeries - ot. adventures
amooK the head hunters and can
nibal tribes of the Upper Amazon
basin. South America, encounter
ed while .the lecturer conducted a
party of missionaries In Sotith Am
erica willl be depleted In Waller
Hall Tuesday evening, J4nuary?l3
! The party was conducted across
the Andes jd -down; tho-Amason
and during this trip, inany adven
tures befell the 2arty, iby; which
they nearly 'lost their lives. -Fully
600 miles of the way 'wis travers
ed; on foot, miles down the Rio
Napo In Indian dugout canoes, and
200 miles on a raft. The! party had
to keep sharp vigilance for the
rmnnAUl anrt vamnire bats Which
wouM attack Vthe party. ! "It ap
pears that t the crooodues louno
the raft a very delightful place to
be and tried to 0rce the members
of the party Into the iwater. The
vampire. bats would attack; sleep
(n members of. the oarty and
suck their blood and lH this way
lower their vitality and subject
them to the diseases of j the coun-
try.f--if y"r.;;-J--.:.y- in.i-ir!
Mr. Kingsbury has spent ' the
last 19 years in Sputh' America
as an explorer. Durlngr (the World
war be served the United states
government as a naval pilot. Last
vtar. however. ) he conducted : a
party of missionaries from ' the '
source to me momu ui j io -x.iua-son
river and through the'Oriente
country, which Us just ! east ' of '
Ecuador. This country Is -peopiea
bT- wild savages, which had caused
six other parties to be ahnI0nd.
The lecturer's knowledge 1 or
rnnirnl diseases and his ability
. ! 'rn that
lu luio j ,
attacked, the Indians won him
their favor and as a" cohsequenee
"he was allowed to take ithe party
safely through. The savages were
not the whole of the perils tnat
the missionaries had to ; contend
with. They , practically had ? to
make their living from the coun
try, as only 12 cases of provisions
could be scarried Inland. ' j I l
in their Journey the mission
aries encountered a tribe of head j
bnnters. who to this day use" a
process in curing I the ! ; heads j of j
their victims. The bead Ja shrunic
to the size of a large orange and i
Is hung te the rafter! bf the vie-'
tor's hut. It is said that no white
man knows the process by which
the human head is shrank. .
The natives in the jungles ; of
South America are continually ; at
warfare. It is the custom; for the
visitors to eat the bodies: of the
men and boys over 1Q years of age
and to make slaves of the girls ana
women. .-- .j-J. h uf . -
Former Cloverdale People 1 , .
Farm and Leave baiem
CLOVERDALE. Jan.. r7. Mr.
and Mrs Frank Schampierre held
a watch party at their home New
Year's eve. Those. Invited were
Miss Mary Hennies, Mr. Albert
Hennles, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hadiey
and Tjaby Lowell, Mr. and Mrs. L
E. Hennles, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Mr. and Mrs: F. A." Wood, who
sold their farm j here about two
years ago and' now live In Salem,
haver -ptrrchased the Wj- Wright
ranch and expect to. move on to it
this 'week. Their friends and
neighbors here will welcome them
again gladly. .. j -K:
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wright . will
move in to Walter Blaco'e house
for a short time ' until they locate
elsewhere.--'"'- .'j i.'.:;.::',.;.;:
! W. H. Wilson; W. F Wright
and John Schlfferer were among
the Salem visitors Saturday.
- Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Haling
spent New Year's day here .'with
Mrs. C Drager. 1 ! 3 : -fl
Mr, , and Mrs. Fred " Schtf,ferer
and daughters Mildred and Mabel
spent Sunday - in Silverton with
let Us'flelp Yw-
, SOLVE .'fm '
Just give us your name and
address, and we wlU have our
salesman call and go over your
heating problem with yon with
out any obligation on your part
V i. .
(Formar! ilTrtoa Blow Tip Ca.)
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Mrs. fechlfferer's brother "and
Mr. and Mrs. C. Cummlngs spent
New Yaar'a j day in .Salem with
Mrs. Cummlngs' sister, Mrs. Grace
Thomas. . ,
Mrs: Arthur Kunke had her
cbusInB, the Misses Linqulsts from
Silverton, spend the week-end with
her. - 4- - -h-: -; f :
-i Mr. and 'Mrs j Cooke ;of Salem
spent, Sunday here at their ranch,
returning . tq Salem Monday, a . 1
Miss Hazel ' Bones of . Turner
came out New Year's day to spend
a few; days
wlth, Miai Mary Hen-
Hafris Family 'Reunion f
j !$ vent at Rickey
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RICKEY,! Ja"n7 7. Among the
family! -reunions during- the holi
days was that-of the dJa. Harris
family. Mr. and Mrs. Harris en
tertained with' a Christmas din
ner at which all of the children
and grand children were present.
Among the presents Mr. Harris
distributed was "a collection of old
coins which hw drvided between
his . children 'and - grand children.
Some bf these eolns were 73 years
bid. 5 The children are Mrs. M. M.
Ma gee; Mrs.) A. L. "Baker, Mrs. A.
W. Rinegar. Miss Hazel Harris and
Frank Harris. The' grand children
are ;Margaret -and Hasel r Magee.
Besides tbe children and their
families other guests were Dolly
Glen of Saleim, Allen Van Cleave,
. Eugene Gesner of Salem Tisited
his grand father, B. B. : Gesner,
duriag the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'Hager and
son of Tortland and Ttfr. and Mrs.
B. Maxwell f Eugene were holi
day, gueets qf Mr. andMrs. A. J.
Hager. ... ,' .
E. Forgard who has been 111 Is
able to i be up again.- ,',
David Giger who lived here for
several years and whose, home is
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DRIED RIGHT IIP
Any breaking out of the skin.
even fiery, itching eczema, can be
quickly j overcome by. applying a
little Mentho-Sulphur. says a noted
skin specialist. Because of its germ
destroying properties, this sulDhur
preparation J instantly brings ease
from skin irritation, soothes and
heals the eczema right up and
leaves the skin clear and smooth.
It seldom fails to relieve the
torment1 and disfigurement. . Suf
ferers from ifekin trouble should get
a little 1 lar of Rowles Menthol
Sulphur from ariy good druggist
and use it like a cold cream. -
Adv. - V !
An Opportune Time to Buy, that Sweater for Tnid-Tvinter
and spnng'wear.; i. - .
?d? 5 another substantial reduction on our
already; marked-down prices. I
JfA? neck Hl in ! Slewelew sweaters of wool in
51.9. 51, 52.39, 53il9 TiUoQ1 '
Brushed wool coat sweaters, the
soft heavy pile kind that fairly 'Sguiaxm s sweaters are included
make you warm to look at them. m the clearance and carry the same
They come in button 'and silk tie Proportionate discounts zs' .the
styles. , r Misses. : Slipons at
$2.39, 53.19, 03.99, 54.76 Jh SA
Short : sleeve slipons in .'silk t or J001 slipons to so at $2.39. .
wool or Crushed wool 'adaptable ; rir . . ' 1 3
for office and school wear. , They ''::t
come in plains and two ionea.-' - 'SSS1 -ey ro fiU.-.
51.99, 52.70, 53.99 , S2SS to'-Wll"it0'rewlde
Lofjnina Wort to Resums
' Hear Sidney and Talbot
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SiDNEY-TALBpT, Or., Jan. 7-7-
Arthur Blinston of jThe Dallesas
a visitor at the D. E. BHnston
home during the holidays.. , :
Percy Tumidge, who now makes
his home In . Portland, la here to
assist hla father, J. D. Turnidge,
in the operation of his sawmill.
The? mill has been 'closed down
during the cold weather but will
begin operations soon.
Grandpa. Flubacher has been
quite seriously ill at his home
near Sidney, lie Is reported to
be much better at this writing.:
Gilbert and Harlan Belknap,
who are logging on? the Fair place,
have had a crew -of men 'busy the
past week peeling piling. They
were foreed to .suspend operations
during the cold spell. The logs
are being hauled to the river now
jand will be ready for towing with
in a few days.
who has heeri
and aunt, Mr.
visiting his uncle
and -Mr3. 'Arf - ;D.
Lyons Tor" a" few
home .Sunday evening.
Leo . Morkin of , Kent, Wash,
brother of Mrs. Eugene Finlay, Is
spending the winter at the FInlay
home. .... : 1 ; ', . -,:. ::
j Miss Nettle Farr, a teacher In
the (Portland schools, was jthe
guest of her brother and alster-In-law,
Mr. and Mrs. . J. O. Farr
during th holidays Mr. "Fair's
brother,' E. F. Farr of The Dalies,
was also a guest at the Farr home
for a few days. '
r Mr. and Mrs. D. E, Blinston and
daughter Ilene,!otorjed.( Leb
anon one day last wees ana vtsitea
withJ'Mr. and Mrsl Thad Sterling.
Mrs. Sterling Is Mr. Blinston's fcls
ter. . They were accompanied on
the trip by Arthur 'Blinston ot The
r' Mrs. Charles Lynes, sister of
Mrs.'G. H.'TTiarpi Is a Tlsltor t
the Tharp'home this week. Mrs.
Lynes' heme is In Idaho. J
i Mrs. Eva Dumas is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Mar
latt. Mrs. Dumas makes her home
in California now. She arrived
just before the holidays and : ex
pects to remain until January 10.
Ray Reeves sold a load of hogs
to a Salemr firm Monday,
j Mr. and Mrs. G. lH. Marlatt and
Mr. and Jlre. C. F. Meier - spent
Sunday as th,fe guests of Mr, and
Mrs. J. O. Farr. I r ;
i Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Albany
who has been ("visiting her -par
now in California was a recent
guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harris.
Mrs. Floyd Wbitef of Salem visit
ed her sister, Mrsj Grace Buster
Friday, j . ,' ' .
Mr. , and Mr. A. W. i Binegar
were guests of i Mr., -and Mrs. E.
SImson of Salem Sunday.
A. Baal of Washington visited
at his farm the first of the week.
A. Johnson was a guest at the
Jay Strang home Tuesday.
it : Always Pays to "Pay As
J -,' UJ.
ents, Mr. and ; Mrs. II. Hampton.
has been quite 111 for a week. Mr.
Johnson .came down from Albany
Saturday -and spent. Sunday with
her.--;'' - : ! :
.WllliamVelderhehr was in Sa
lem Friday. ;.','
. Mr. and Mrs. J. -Simpson at
tended the dance at Tumble Inn
New .Year's eve.
,J. O. Farr went to Portland last
Friday 011 business. .
C. F. Meier was-a Salem 'visitor
Nine-tenths ot those saying they
will shop early next Christmas
won't. " . '
REO PO f
Red Pepper Rub takes the
"ouch" from ; sore, stiff, aching
joints. It annot hurt you; and it
certainly "Stops 'that bid rheuma
tism torture at once. . .
; i When yoo. are ,nuf f erlng so you
can hardly get around. Just try
Red Pepper Rub and you will
hare the - quickest relief known.
Nothing has such concentrated,
penetrating heat as, red peppers.
Juttr as soon .as iyoy pply Red
Pepper- Rub you will feel the ting
ling heatl ' In,- tliree minutes it
warms ' the sore snot through and
through. -:PaIn and soreness are
Ask any druggist, for a Jar of
Rowles Red Pepper Rub. Be sure
to 'get thegenuine. with the name
Rowles on each package.- Adv. .
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