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BIBLE THOUGHT AND PRATER M ;
Prepared by Radio BIBLE EEHVICB Bureau, Clneinaatlj OWo- 4
Ii parents will hare their chUdren memorize thm daily Bible seleo
tlona. It will prors a prlceleal bita to them la after year.
1 -r ,. '-., January , 1025 T.)..r.' : l'h
POWER OP THE WORD: For! the word of God is quick,-arid
powerful, and sharper than "any two-edged sword,' plerclngi even ?tb
the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow,
and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents ot the heart. Hebrews
4:12. - ' ' , 'i-J
PRAYER: "May we dally, O God; use Thy Word so that it shall be
a mirror unto us, showing us ourselres as Thou dost see' us. j
GOOSES EUHIES A FRANCHISE CEOP HEBE
It has come about that the Salem district has in gooseberries
what the Slogan, editor is pleased to call a franchise crop- j j
Like loganberries, walnuts, filberts, flar, mint, black rasp
berries, Evergreen blackberries, pears, celery and a number
other crops which we grow exclusively in this district, or whiqh
we may grow to greater perfection or advantage or at? a lower
rcost than other sections; and like dairying, poultry raising, goat
breeding,' etc-i of which the same may be truthfully asserted i
For'the growing of the great canning gooscDerry, the Cbam
pi9n, or Oregon Champion, or the Oregon, as ibis variety is npv
generally known, can be carried on in .tlie,' Salem district with
greater certainty of immunity froml destructive -pests than else
where; than in any known countryy- and with high -yields,
making for a comparatively low; cost t production
- So these crops and resources and advantages- are in the
nature of franchises; and the Slogan editor' contends that the
Salem district has more of theiri than any other section of this
country, or any country; ours being the land of diversity, the
country of opportunity. i ;!
VV As to gooseberries, the fact is that the United States govern
ment is attempting to stamp out both gooseberry and currant
growing in thet white pine (five-needle, pine) districts of the
country, because e the; white-pine blister rust, that is j fatal ; to
white: pine trees, comes entirely; from currant 'and gooseberry
liushes, and more especially the black currant ; bushes. The
blister-rust spores produced on white pine trees cannot infest
other pines or any otbr plants except feurrants and gooseberries.
Even in Oregon the black currant is declared a public nuisance
and made unlawful to grow, by; a state law. - 4 i I
At the time when .the .Slogan campaigns! started in The
Statesman,' over six!years ago, gooseberries in. the Salem district
were negleeted to a greater extent than was good for pur fruit
industry as a whole, and to the overlooking of .the profits that
could and can be made in. this branch, of it j i ; - , -: j
1 But this is no longer a condition. ji '
The Salem canneries had increased their pack in 1922 to
7(XX) cases. In 1923 the canneries of Marion county -Packed
25,780 cases ; or 618,720 cans, representing well Jup towards two
million pounds ' of gooseberries. They greatlyj increased their
gooseberry pack last year, but the figures are not yet available.
There is a. steady increase4 of acreage, and it may be ex
pected'that there will be a constant growth of the output ; I
( And this (should be so, because the profits of gooseberries
in the Salem district on their own account are good and sure,
and. moreover, becanse they mesh into the scheme of succession,
which is very important for this
because this is in the line of the growers not putting; all their
eggs, in one basket V ' - ; . '. " '" '!"f" '' 'f '.
. And still further, because there is no other locality in the
world ' so ' favorable to the production of the highest quality iof
gooseberries, with large average yields because, too,; they are
the first canning fruit to come in the spring; when the growers
need monev. and because they
ners. .The inroortance of this
that about a fifth of all cases
by the canners of the Pacific Northwest are put up in Marion
county, and a much larger proportion in th6 Salem trade area,
and the' canners need gooseberries to help in selling their other
gooseberries need little
is aes old. In England great auemion is giyeu iu gwacnj
rrr-; on,i ihi, o-ipantic iam and icily business of that country
revolves around the gooseberry,? with .markets extending
throughout the world ; ana tocy groy yycr ? i
n u I n in that ttnnntrv s . : '!
The Oregon Champion gooseberry.-grown m the balcm dis
trict, has made our city the' center ofa- great gooseberry in
dustry made Saleuv .the greatestgoctieberry center in. the
ITniteH States. ! ; .''"'i ' i : :. f- -M.'-i
Gooseberries, for some of our
crop-in some years, une grower saiu ju a iwrmcr oiuguu issue-.
"Net returns means you are practically soiling that acre of laind
eachyear at & good pnee.
Under most favorable -conditions, gooseberries have yielded
hero at the rate of 23,000 pounds to the acre, and have soldi in
the early markets as high as 15
37o0 an acre. Think of that as
; But 8000 pounds (produced by most of our best 'growers),
at G-cents a pound sounds mighty good; and a much smaller
price Avould leave good profits. The price has forrsome years
ranged from 6 to; 7 cents a pound. i ! '"
Oh, yes;. the business may; be overdone in." time,! if depcu
dence shall be had entirely upon the canneries. But even that
time; is not near, because other, districts in this country cannot
. .compete. .The natural conditions in perfection are here
: And' there is room for vast
ot great jam and. jelly plants here. . They will come.; thev should
come. ' Then the wide world will be ou market; to a mifth
, greater extent than it is now, through the one outlet of the
f The Statesman of Thurstlav. next wiir he 1 h-" aiiAnl Trtrii
Slogan number. The iJlogan
growers or others interested in
f The proposition of A. L, Mills to
i amend 1 ho primary is being gener
ally shied at all .orer. the state.
.It may 'have a good deal or merit
in it, bn t the ; fact that the rp-
"actfonary press unanimously en
dorsed it has probably killed It.
Th!a press can be counted upon to
1 advocate what Is -against the peo-
plc'.f iatcrests. o; ',-V""-' '
" Aix auiendment to the primary
lav ii taily -cecdud. . We must
t t u
St, SeJaat, Oregon . ' : ' " t S :.
Vutftr stab Dept.
fruit district ; and still further
fill out the "lines' of the can-
latter is seen! when it 'is known
of fruits and! vegetables packed
exploitation;; the taste for ttiem
growers, have made k bonanza
cents a pound, or at the rate! of
a bonanza crop! 'f '
expansion, with lh building
editor Asks for articles from
this most important industry.
hare a convention to make a bartr
platform. t The statesman outlined
a convention, plau . the other ' day
which ought to meet. every .want.
It was; for the candidates' oh the
state and national ticket, the
chairmen of the county central
committees, to 'meet and, formulate
party policies,' 'platforms, . and
make thd organization. " All candi
dates whose certificates come from
the secretary.ojf state ! would i be
eligible to ; sit In the Convention
and all congressional members
:,;v. :. . .v;,i.;v.i,,p.,.Ji.-,4i,-'
whose terms of office go over the
first of the next year would also
be in. " ,
It is a' plan that has worked well
in several states and could work
well la" Oregon- It la safe to say
that nothing will be tolerated that
will Interfere with the integrity
of the primary. - - ' - ; .- .'
F; Hi PEmJOlH CO.
TO HE ra HE
Building-Will Be Erected on
North Commercial Street
;t The F. :W. Pettyjohn company
are ' to , have a new . home soon.
T. B. Jones, who owns the prop
erty just south pt the Union '.Oil
service station at 4he corner of
Commercial 'and , Center is going
to build a garage for. them. .
The building will be a one story
concrete structure ( with a stucco
front. It will be . 82 by 16 0 f eeU
There will be a show room 50 x 60
on Commercial which will be used
to display cars , and .the. garage
and service station , department
will be 80 xlOO feet. f A pergola
will extend across the front of
the building. -.
The P. W. Pettyjohn company
are the distributors here for the
Oldsmobile and Rlckenbacker cars
and they do a large used car busi
ness. , Their . business has grown
to a point to where their present
location does not : give them
enough room to store or properly
display their automobiles The new
building will give ample room
everything will be arranged as to
give the best service possible. '
Work is to start some time be
tween now and the first of Feb
ruary, and the company expect to
move in by the first of May.
10 OOZEN SUITS
ME 'CLEARED' OUT
Burglar Makes ; Complete
Haul at City Cleaning
; Works Tuesday Night
I What evidently was the work of
an expert with a Jimmy was dis
closed Wednesday morning at the
City Cleaning Works, 1261 State
when the business day . was com
menced. Entrance had been gain
ed some time during: - the night
and at least 24 suits of clothes
belonging to patrons were taken.
When final - check; was made, it
is thought the numberef missing
suits will be about 30.', : . T- '
Sgt. George White of the city
police force and .Deputy Sheriff
Smith Investigated the; robbery.
Fingerprint outfits were taken, a
long and it is expected that some
evidence will be collected concern
ing the identity of the thief. An
evening paper dated January 3
was found and it is supposed to
belong to the robbers '
The jimmy was cleverly used on
the front door of the 'establish
ment. Scarcely a. mark was left
upon the door." It 'was a Job on
par with that done by the famous
Inch and fa Quarter Jimmy."
which has been foiling the Port
land police. !
; E. H. Kennedy, " proprietor of
the place was unable to 'place an
estimate of the value of the cloth
ing taken, neither could The give
an exact list and- number of suits
taken, but it is thought that. the
number will be more than the 24
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IISSIOXARY SPKAKS HERE
Dr. Charles Lois. 'returned mis
sionary from China, addressed ; a
group of Willamette students last
night in the- Waller ; Hall chapel
under the auspices of the Univer
sity YMCA. Dr. Xols was for 22
years the head of a hospital in
China, and has traveled extensive
ly throughout India and the Holv
lands. ' lie has been around tfce
world several times, and the stor
ies of his experiences proved very
DR. THORNTON DIES
PORTLAND, Or- : Jan. 7.
Richard H. Thornton, founder and
first principal of the University of
Oregon law school, died here to
night. He was 79 years old.
Oregon Newspaperman Will
Return to Home in Salem
; ..Mr. and Mrs. A., W. Prescott,
row in Washington., D. C. are
winding up their affairs' prepara
tory to returning to Salem, ac
cording to word 'received here.
Mr. Prescott Is secretary of the
Republican Publicity association.
of which former United States Sen
ator Jonathan Bourne is president
The association has been discon
tinued. ; 1 J i
. Mr. Prescott Is an Oregon news
paper man and has been associated
with Senator Bourne for a great
many .years. s 1 i ;' ; s
L Discontinuance of financial sup
port by the republican national
committee Is the reason assigned
for closing the publicity offices.
Bad thing about steam heat is
you can't throw everything into
the radiator. -
f cits Fon cbeakfagtI
Another franchise crop .'
. r.v-.:j .
It is our gooseberry crop, with
our peerless Oregon berry.
Salem is the gooseberry city,
and will perhaps be more so than
the cherry city of ithe world., 4 i
S i-: ' .;. "S . j.
And, five and j six years ' ago,
some people poked fun at the Slo
gan editor for presuming to be
lieve that something worth while
might be developed out ; ot . he
gooseberry industty in the "Salem
district. " i . . '.
The man who gave the Slogan
editor the hunch j that' something
big might be developed out of the
gooseberry industry In tthe Salem
district was Jesse! Huber, at that
time working on j The Statesman;
writing news and; special articles.
Mr. Huber had ben a grower of
gooseberries on his farm' north! of
Salem. .The sequel has. shown
that Jesse.. Huberf knew what i he
was talking about. ' In ' fact, the
developments have come faster
and more ' favorably than was an
ticipated. If we ;can get. jelly and
Jam plants here, as we should, tbe
Oregon gooseberry will be the
means of building up a "gigantic
industry in the Salem district.
The. gooseberry jam and ' Jelly
plants of England have grown 'in
to enormous institutions. There 1
is a lot of pectin In the gooseberry.
V. 11f AM 1l.
11 will JC11 Miinca B3 u vu
rant. . ' :! : ; ' .
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1 And talking of gooseberrIes.j
will have, to give, the palm 1 to bid
Polk. The Eola hills overlooking
Salem produce a great gooseberry,
and the growersi over there know
their : business and' attend to i it.
There is some work .and a-lot ot
knack in raising - ;; good - goose
ry, and a. Iof t'themtp ithe
- :i Salem . plumber says he has no
ticed that the words that-fail a
man are not usually swear words.
'He also remarks that the Joy of
anticipation proves that 'we are
generally proudeJ of the things we
intend to do than of the things
we have done. ' '- V.- j;;;
CALLED BY DEATH
Mrs. Martha A. - Moore,
IViUUICI Ul OCIICIH Vf UIIIUII,
Dies in Portland
' Word has been received, here
that the, funerals services for Mrs.
Martha A. Moorfli,. 7.1, wle of B. F.
Moore. 722 East! Flanders, pioneer
and mother of a )ocal woman, were
held Monday; afternoon' in .the.
chapel of the East Side ' Funeral
directors. Interment was in the
mausoleum of the Portland crema
torium. Mrs. .Moore died at thej
iamuy resiaences " roriiana. 1 . ;
i Mrs. Moore Was .a pioneer cll
zen of Oregon, having .been., born
near Brownsville, Ore., , In 1 8 5 4.
She was the daughter' of Samuel
H. and Margaret Wilson i pioneers
of Linn county.
; Mr. and Mrs.ij Moore were mar
ried In 1874, residing in Eugene
for some time.
They mbvedt to
18 years' ago and
since made their!
home there. - Mr.
and Mrs. Moo r!e celerated their
golden wedding ; anniversary ; on
Sentember 29. 1924. '
. Mrs. Moore' lis survived . by her
husband,' a daughter, Mrs. Mary
E. (Prideaux; a! grandson, Harry
F. Prideaux; three sisters, Mrs
Dossa E. Smith of Salem, Mrs. Eva
R. McGee of Salt Lake City, Utah,
and Mrs. A. Aj McCoy of Seattle
A good intenitldnV clothes Itself
with sudden power. - 1
Willamette Student's Back
! From California Meeting
i AH of the 1$ AVUIamette stu
dents who attended the western
American! student conference at
Asilimar. at Monterey-bay. CaL.
have ' returned; (to . Salem: . There
were 22 nationalities represented
at the conference' and- approxl
mately" S00 students from-all-the
colleges .west otfjtbe Rocky moun
tains. British I Columbia, Mexico
and Hawaii. : .j v ..--i;
Among those imakine the trio
from Salem were Ton! Row, Merl
Bonney. Jack Vinson, Lewis Ober
son, ; Singora 1 loromoto, ' . Percy
Hammond, Paul Johnson, Nori
Yumashlta, Cediic Chang, Howacd
Mort. Wayne Crow, Paul Buckley',
Dwight Findleyjt Antonio Bowan
and 1 Morrison-, if andsaker. Klin
ball college was represented by
Otto Love and sHenry Cross. t
Spasmodic Croop is frequently
relieved by one a nrlica lion of-
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Janoary 12, lfa4ar Opniag ef 1925
let1'star. 3 ; t . . . .
; . January 10, Friday Mrio CoontT
Fiotieer rally, Sa!m YMCA.
Kebrnary f. Saturday LM-oata. Willaia
tt aaiarily t. tSniTaraity pt Waat Vir
ilarrh ii to ll.j Thanday ta Sainr
day Apnual Um;o4 a1 thaatijiaiuhip
basketball toaroamcat,. Wi!;juiet(e vutfer-
r" f . SaaBaaiaaBaiaaaaBaBiaB .
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Adele ! Garrison f New ' Phase of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
Copyright ; by Newspaper ' Feature
" Service ";. .',
;1 THE PLANS LILLIAN MADE f
, i run MADUJU. ; -7 .
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I looked up from the u flippant
newspaper story iof Dicky's esca
pade . to find Lillian's eyes fixed
pityingly upon me. But there was
something beside I compassion - in
her. keen' eyes a1 (question f which
I - was not. yet ready to answer
definitely.- :: ' j'- ' -ur
"Pleasant little tale for dutiful,
wife reading," t f, said bitterly,
throwing the paper to the floor.
"You say this account is the
worst! i- If there's! nothing you
think I ought to' see in the other
"I think you're jrery wise; Lil
lian replied evenly, picking up
.the paper fromf the floor - and
smoothing It in orderly housewife
ly - fashion -with. . the others.
"There's nothing to be gained by
reading them, and you're going to
need! your time.'f -. ' f
"You don't imagine I'm going
up there?" I asked acidly, per
versely .Ignoring the half-packed
bag I had hidden
at Lillian's knock.
behind the bed
"I'm sure you! have not decided
that' question, ea quickly," she an
swered, "but tSefe tis one ; thing
which cannot-b9 left-to the imag
ination' ii it V''.-M
"What do you mean' I asked
startled. ' ? rV ;-:.T. f s ' '
i VWbat we are going to do with
the Teporters!v:(: - w.; 3" ';;-.....;.....
The' reporters?" I echoed feeb
ly" ; "Surely,, Lillian, f no paper
would send a reporter down here
for so silly a thing as that."
-1 made a disdainful gesture to
ward the paper she had just pick
ed up. u I - !. .
What Lillian Feared.
V'.:; 'Sj; f'. r-j r"l 1 . r
"You're an incurable optimist,"
LiUlan retortedj - f'Remember, you
people were so 'much in the lime
light last year 6n! account of Jun
ior that the possibility of a divorce
saty.in the family! isn't to be pass
ed over.. Some of the papers won't
touch It. but r 11 wager three nice
plummy cookies j-" 1
; I interrupted her ruthlessly, all
my faculties ' centered on the one
wjord which had leaped venomous
ly at me from her Hp3..
. ... i .
"'pt course)' Lillian's answer
was f apparently r. careless.,; !You
read the newspapers, don't you?
Tftow many silly; half-baked wom
en are there! who lose their heads
at some story regarding their hus
bands and rush, to a divorce law
yer; without even hearing the oth
er side? Sometime within the
next few hours jyou'U be ' asked
what you Intend to do about this
I felt as it some one had picked
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meTup andhad immersed me in
an Icy pool of. water. My hot, un
reasoning! anger against ray hus
band Vanished, leaving behind It
a cold bitterness far more danger
ous to our future relations. But
I was sane, and realized what Lil-
f lian had been trying io force upon
me, that any reckoning of mine
with Dicky must be postponed,
that just now there was but one
question before me, how nest , to
silence the gossip which Dicky's
action ! had caused.
I threw .up my head and faced
Lillian steadily, i ' , ,.
i "If over I said huskllyA'Tm
ready j to do whatever; you think
best about it. And and I al
ready had started! to pack," . "
j She! came swiftly tc me, and
took me 5 for a second into -her
warm,! comforting embrace; i
"You brick!" she said. "I knew
you'd round to. Let me see your
, I handed it to her, and she took
but the comfortable, easy to; ad
just gown I had put Into it,
"I thought so,", she said, "and
you probably planned to wear that
old traveling suit." ' ! . .
"Why of course!" I stammered.--,!.
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"Nothing doing' she said firm
ly ."You're "going" to" wear that
very best tailleur, and take the
spiff y r new afternoon' frock,- your
prettiest sport skirt, and a couple
of nifty blouses. -You'll wear
your j bronze oxfordsthey'll go
with the afternoon frock, too
and take your sport oxfords.' Yes,
you 'can get them In. I'll pack
the bag myself. Go and dress, and
get some color into your cheeks or
I'll put a! touch of rouge on you.
And-hurry. - We've got to make
that telegraph, office pronto,' and
clamp , that fool telegram of
Dicky's . beyond any , possibility of
the reporters' getting hold of it.
For the prize Idiot, of creation,
I'll nominate" the Dicky-birl right
nbw'Lj" :;i;: .;.'. j;:,..: j:: ....
f (To Be Continued)
Business Leaders of State to
Speak at Chamber of ; .
i PORTLAND, Or., Jan, 7. In
dustrial . development for Oregon
will be the keynote of the annual
meeting of j the Oregon State
Chamber of Commerce, to be held
in Portland Thursday. ! V! :!.; ; !!
C.j D. Rorer of : Eugene, presi
dent of the Oregon State Bankers'
association, will 1 address the con
vention on the topic, Vliow t'o Fin
ance a State Project." In this ad
dress the Bpeaker," assisted by the
Ideas of other prominent bankers
of the state, will give the practical
details whereby a community, or
ganization, or individual can fin
ance and develop the natural re
sources of the ; various communi
ties.; ,'.!".; l";;.: H'1fMri!K:H!!ii; i ":!!
! "A Financial Audit of Oregon"
will be the theme of an! address to
be given by Thomas B.! Kay, state
treasurer, in which Oregon's pres
ent financial status will be analyz-
tomorrow) ' ; ,: , ; l "
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ACTO( REPAIRING 25
WE WILD COSTP LETELY RENEW Tour
car, truck, tnaetor, and. 2OXL
terma. H. IL Skoeker, 89 terry jt.
YOUB TIME WILL- BE WELL SPET
. if you ft ttaMrta m T re
pair work at the Shamrock garage.
33.1 Millor hnt H42M. 2-f
STATIONARY! TOPS .
Tka vary Utaat ia anto top
Baaaonable Price 7 T
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OFFICE SPACE TO LET HOME BE
alty Co. 169 8. High. ' 4-jl4
FOR RENT HOU8ES AND APART
nenta. F. I4 Wood,. 341 Stat atrept.
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HOUSB AJTD i APARTMXHTS PONS
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.PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BT T",
woraiag tor Keat,-- prro j mh
each. 8Utaamaa Baalaaaa Offiee. m
Greand floor. ' '
FOR RENTpartioeiita-r.5. .
KICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT
690 Union. - f Phone 567-J. . 5-J13
3 ROOM APARTHENT. HEATED. Hard
wood floors. 1 1311 Court St., S-j9
FOR RENT APARTMENTS? 891 NO
APARTMENT -SSS M QOTTACE. S-otf
; FOB BENT Rooma 9
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FURNISHED ROOM WITH GARAGE
Private home. $20 ; per' month. Also
one room without garage,,1 915 per
month. . Phone 659-J. . , ... 6-jS
DESIRABLE SLEEPING ROOMS. Also
apartment. H Close in. 250 South Cot-
tage. , : - , 6-i9
ROOM FOB REKT MODERN BOMB,
three bloeka from state homaa, tor gaa
tlemaa. Most fire refereaeeav Pleaaa
addreta A. B car SUtaamaa. 6-ol.7tt
BOOMS TO BXNT CALL 2044-W.
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ed, including state taxation and
expenditure" in all .branches,, to
gether with comparisons with oth
er states;!'. !f'.;;-J T'; !;-';';'..';'.-
Other topics and speakers ot the
annual convention .will be l. !Tb e
Oregon Development Program" by
W. D. B. D9dson, manager, Port
land Chamber ot Commerce "For
estry i Budget for. .Oregon" by C.
M. Granger.) United States district
forester; "Industrial: and. Hydro
Electric Development, of Oregon"
by FranklintT. Griffith, .president
Portland Electric! Powe companyt
and "Taffic! Regulations and Au
tomobile Licenses" by Sam A. Ko
xe, secretary of state. . .
From one to five delegates from
each of the 17 6 member organiza
tions of the -state chamber are ex
pected to be 'in attendance. '
SET! FOR IIIGIT
Fine Program Is Arranged By
' tor uapLtoi h
Four flags, two or them Ajner
Ican and two state, will pe unveil
ed with fitting ceremonies in the
house of representatives - at the
capitol at 8j o'clock tonight, with
Barbara Frletcble Tent No. - 2.
Daughters of Veterans, In: charge.
Miss Julia K. Webster, cast state
president; will preside, with Jus
tice George II. Brown, of the su
preme court, making the principal
laiK.. specia.1; music, will be, fur
nished' by ; an , orchesra led by. W;
IL Mills and chorus numbers will
be offered by the choir of the
First Methodist church.; Prof. E.
W. llobson, .directing." lashers for
the occasion! are to he volunteers
from Company Fr Oregon National
Guard. . r . ; . , ;
- The general committee, in charge
of the unveling consists of Mrs.
F. L, Waters, tent president; Mrs.
Susan Varty, . Mrs. CV G. Brown,
Answer toiWetlncsday's Puzzle
Suc staatks oatraet, par aiatalS
IB ataaias aaatraet, par BMati2
for aay a4vtrtiManata
FOB RENT House 7
4 ROOM HOVSE IMMEDIATE POS
aeaaion. Phone ; 1698-J . evenings.
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SEVEN ROOM HOUSE PARTLY FUIt
nlihed, 677 X. Winter. Inquire States
man oflice. 4- , 7-jdtf
WELL FURNISHED BUXGALOW WITH
. garage.. Reaaonable.j." Melfin Johnson
109 S. Cont'i. - i - 7-jl4
S room hoase located at 697 Mark-
i . t street. f25 per month. Imme
W. H. GRABEXHORST & CO. -
275 State St. 7 j9
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FOB SAXiDIllscellaneous 8
RANGE STOVE, XEW KITCHEN CAB-
inet- Hauser. heating store and pipe.
center' table lew, Linoieum, enss
; matting, bed and mattress. A chicken
farm for rent. George Riley, Bt. K.
Box 120. Salem. i "8 j9
FOB SALE 12 SHARES.- (150 EACH)
United Drug Co. (Rexall) 1st prefer
red stock. 7 per cent guaranteed, pay-
able quarterly. - ,t Wm. Keimayer, 175
" N. Commercial. j 8 J4tf
For: Sale .
Tresspasa Kotieaa, aisa 14 inches bj
inekaa. printed on good 10 ' oanet
eaarass beavriag the words, "Notiea If
Hereby GiTen That . Trespassing - It
Strictly Forbidden On. Theaa PraraUat .
Under Penalty Ot Pracutioa.' Priot
lSe each ar tw for SSe. Statesmaa
Pailisaimg Company, , rislam. Or eon.
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WE REXT. SELL OR REPAIR SEWING
machines. Old machinea $5 aad up.
Big ' adTertising discount oa new mt-
ahines. ' . - i .
WHITE 6EWINO MACHtVE CO.
1X blocks south OK depot. 221
South High St. Phone 208. -f3
DRAG SAW FOR SALE A NEW ONE
. man power drag saw, all metal . con
straction; two 'wheels . nndar frame
- permits machine to f be mored like a
' wheelbarrow. SeTeral special fes tares.
This ha aarer been used. Will axil
at a substantial redact toa and gire
terms ' te responafble party. Wm M.
Meier, Salem, OriS. 3, Box 231.
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Nursery , '
Haa a Salaayard at 201 Court street,
t Kennedy' a paint shop, opposite Bu
aick'a store. All kinds of frnis aad not
trees. Dr. Bean 'a Big French prune a
specialty. Office phone 1315. Rea.
105F5. Jesa Matbia. Prop. S-dl4tf
FOR SALE OLD KEW8PAPE2.3, 10
eenU a bundle. dreclaUoa deparUaaal
Oregon Statesman, j
WARREN NURSERY ALL KIND9 OI
fruit aad nut tree, CSS Tarry Street
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PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14 BT-7V4' :
wordier, "Rooms t Rant, prie l
eenU each. Statesman Boaloasa CI
: tie. Ground floor, i
Frtiit Trees '.'?.
WalnnU' and shrubbery. Eifk ani
Ferry. Fro it and Nnreery. A. J. Maik
la, Prop. Phone 1140-M aTaaiags.
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Beautiful Oreson Itos
And eleTea ofher Oregon aoag
thai with a fine eollectiea at patriot
te aonga. sacred aoaga and manj el
ALL TOM SSa.
-; (Spaeial prteea ia qua amy lota)
KspaeiaUy adaptable tor echooL, eoi 1
unity or soma singing. Bead for
TO page t, ut K third adltioa
ORZOOW TXACHZS3 ItOSTELT '
tlS . CommareUl; St Salsm. Or.
FOR SALE--I.Teatock: O
A -GENTLE -FAMILY. MII.K rnw.
Testing 5 ,4 at 753 S. 13th at. 9-Jsa. 8
BARRED JiOCK COCKS AND COCK'
wttiAtlUwy and Kinslet -etrsine,
Mra. A. A.- KsfxirerV talent. Ore.'
Uoute 7. Phone 105Jfl2.i . 9-Jsa. 11
SEVEN ; REG. SHOPSHIRR EWES.
Hired by Wardwells Paneca, 1st pru
N. Y. State fair. 'Fire-' bead six yr.
pest, 1 seven. 1 eight, bred to a win
.nor. .Prie , S15. i . F,- sA. Doerfirt
.Macleay. - ; 9-Jan.
NOTICE: 35 HORSES AND MULES
Account nigh feed, : priced reasonable,
"One cow just fresh. Two horses.
weight 1300 and 1400 lb. Owner it
Mexico. Orders to II. Fair trial el
'lowed. Commission ; Stable, S5t f'm
8C, Salem. ( - -jlO
FOR SALE SOW
AND PIGS Phone
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VETERINARIAN DR. PATTEF.'OS
Phon 202S-W. ' i . 9-d30tf
kITRED W. LANGE. V ETEEJ S ARIA N
Office 430 s. Commercial. Paone 119
Bee. Phone 1WS. i e.f'
Mrs. Cj. Green,' Mrs. Alma Fis
cher, Miss Grace N. Babcock, l,Iis3
Julia K. Webster and Mrs. La
Moine R. Clark, j
The program, to which the pub
lic Is invited, is as follows:'
Music ..... .'. . . . .Orchestra
America . . ... . .LLed by Chorus
Invocation ..... ..; .
...Ilev. Blaine E. Kirkpatrick
America the' Beautiful. . . .Cfcoru3
Unveiling . conducted '
. . . ... . . . . . Mrs.' F. A. Elliott
(Chapter president of Tent No. 2)
Star Spangled Banner. .......
.......... ; .. j Led by Cho ru 3
Pledge to the Flag........ ..
- ... Led by Mrs. F. L.Watcr3
- (Tent pre$IJeut)
Address Judge Georgo M. Erowa
Flag Appreciation . ......
Vc George T. Griffith
( State commanfler of Americaa
- Legion.)- - ;
Columbia the Gem of tho Ocean
j. . . . . Chorus
One check-that-, ran ""citv .-. 1
O&a viuk (its laart!as)
jcashed U a check ca your li--
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