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I Prices Satisfactory; Willam-
etto Associauon rinisnes
Questions nooff otaiesnisn;
Fathoms Minds of Hundreds
CConttnaed trea paja 1)
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dress.5 Communicate with her lm-
mediately. . is j"
G. A. K. -Will I be able tf dis
pose of the piece of land I am gof
fering for sale? 1 j
Ans. You will have an offer;
this week, but do hot advise! yonj
to sell, aa you will make a greater-
profit by holding until fall.? j
S. It. WJ11 1 get well without
v Ana. Do as your physician ad-j
rises and t see no cause for.wArry.j
, P. E, W. Should we move to:
the ranch or remain in our pres
eat location? I
Ans. It is ray personal opinion;
that you will enjoy happiness andj
.Sensible Methods of j !
I. Removing Wrinkles
(if erow'sfeet ifipear pramaturfl? about
iH eyes. apply a lotion inad hy -diftHoiv-iae
an uue ol Mixolito in a .u"i Pnt
o witch hazel. --Tlri t th. bett. quk'k.
et-ctiBC treatment knowa. an it ends
-t r.tore normal condition. It tightens
nd strDfthii ta-kia. liUwi" th un--deriving
tissue, th loosening and tsolten-
in ot which are th caa or a wrinkled
condition. It alao h a tonic effect,
which not only aid in U aame dirctH
but. by improving capillary circulation,
lmJns brins-a healthy color to theface.
Tua iiai .aolutioa, arsing a. it fd.
naturally affecta aot only every wtinkle
and line, but huaginr or flabby rlieeka
and cbla. aa well. When your face weam
a tired expnwaioa. bathe it with thja re-
-fre&hinft-. revirifyinj Ikjnid. Ask dru-fist
for powdered taxoiite. Adv. . j i
Tomorrow ; -
success oy trtormft to tr,e rancn
as you" have planned.
E. B. D. Am I right In sus
pecting my husband? Is be keep
ing company with the woman I
have in mind? j
Ans Your suspicions are cor
rect regarding your husband be
ing untrue, but he is not going
with the party you think. If you
will ask this question at the mat
inee for ladies ! only Thursday I
will tell you who the party is.
C. W. Will I marry the man
I am going witjh? Does' he love
me more than any one else?
Ans.; Yes, but not in the near
future.! He really loves you.
E. E. F. -Will I make anything
out of the farming this year? '
Ans.- Yes. i
M. B. R. Will I? take my trip
to Redding, Cal., along about June
first, as I am planning? .
Ans.- See some little delay but
you will take the .trip.
- E. W. J.- Id It advisable for us
to send my brother money, as he
he telling the
Ans. Yes. and I see him put
ting it to excellent advantage.
D. A.-W111 I realize anything
on myj investment? '
Axis.' You will receive some
profits but inot before the middle
J. G. N'. Would it be the right
thing for me to do to leave my
wife, or tell her what I know to
be the truth, and ask her to give
up the other man?
Ans.- You : are mistaken in
thinking your wife guilty of any
serious wrong. You have neglect
ed her and her feeling, for the.
other man is only platonic. Pay
more attention to her and see how
quickly everything will be dif
ferent, j j I
L. D. Should, I continue with
my music br take up dramatic
art?-. ' : i j', , ;; -j . , 1
Ans. Continue with your mu-
gobd future jfor
sic, as j 1 1 see
you. i M ;
C. W. P, Jr. Will I ever get
any dividends from my Utah min
ing stock? -! j
Ans.- Yes, and within the next
four months. j
R. L. Am I doing right in
corresponding with the man I met
in Eugene last month?
Ans. No; he is married.
C. H. L. 5. My husband and I
are anxious to adopt a girl baby.
Is it advisable? j
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Are You Seeing Safe and
rpHE individual whp
desires a choice invest-
X ment with the rhatxirnurn! yield consistent
with safety will be interested in our 6 First
a Mortgage Collateral Trust Bonds, j i
These Bonds are secured by first mortgages
on Willamette valley farms and city property,
upon which from 25 per cent to 50 per cent of
the appraised valuation has been placed. They
are issued in multiples! of $100, interest being
paid semi-annuallyj 1 f
Come in and! talk over this
form of investment i
don os an o S"1
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if ' Salcm.
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HAWKI NS 61 ROBERTS INC
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jcs. rt rs coir rstisranie icrea
and I see happiness for you. ;
G. E. What shall I do to be
successful?, Am I following the
proper course of endeavor? j ;
Ansr; Stick, to what you are
doing; :study hard, and I see suc
cess your reward: j'iff
I. D. T.- Where is my uncle
who went to Australia peveral
years ago?; Is he still alive?.
Ans. He is alive and at present
living in Melbourne, r" A letter' to
his old address there will reach
him. : i '!- l'i i
I. C Will I enjoy any success
as a scenario writer? Do ybu! ad
vise me to go to Hollywood? j
Ans. I do not visualiie any
success for you. A trip to Holly
wood would prove futile. j i ; j
A. O. W. Am I going to achieve
anv success in the undertaking!!
have planned? 1 .
Ans. I see fair success,
greater , following within
years, if you will apply yourself
diligently ' ' I
P. E. I Where is the hammer
I lost last week? y ' ' " 1 1
Ans. It ' is not lost but just
misplaced. ' Look behind the new
chicken coop you were building
and you' will find it.
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Chapel Address. Monday
covers neguiauuiii) Laiu
Down by University
The Willamette Valley Prune
association has! jus;t completed its
25th season and on March 30 it
closed and se tied for Its 1924
prune pool at very satisfactory
prices. -1 ;
I This association iof prune grow
ers was 'organised through neces
sity in the year 1900, as practical
ly all prunes were j shipped out in
bags in original condition. Real
izing: the need jot packing' prunes
in an attractive - manner in 25-
pound boxes it -used; the first
Steam processor for the process
ing - of the Oregon prunes in the
r.ortnwest and! thus its product
was put out under its Pheasant
brand I in competition with the
fancy packs of California. In
jl 901, it shipped and introduced
lte first Oregon prunes to the
English market, and JU Pheasant
and other brands j have been on
Why should we all get so upset
O'er little things; that fuss and
To let them bother is not fair;
A hearty laugh will clear the air.
(he markets of
dom since that
Terris: "I paid $10 to send a 15
word telegram jut now."'
Mavis: "That's nothing. I paid
$25 In traffic court, yesterday, for
Just one word. '1
i Almost KstablishHl -Brandt:
"Is Merkel engaged In
business yet?" ;
i Dunn: "WellJ I've seen his fian
cee, and if it isn't business I'm no
judge of beauty." ';
In a chapel address given before
the Willamette University student
body yesterday .' Dean George II.
Aiden, acting president of the uni
versity, explained the university.
regulations regarding the use ot
cigarettes, attendance i of danced
or pool halls, and the use of ! in-j
toxicating liquor. He explained
that these regulations were laid
down by j tbi tin?verslty authorii
ties and had been approved! by thd
board of trustees and the jMetho
dist Episcopal j church, and that
consequently it; was his duty to
enforce them. 1 j M.: : ;, : I .!
He then took up the matter of
the manner of. enforceraeot and
stated that while a number j of stu4
dents had been called in regard
ing the abuse of these regulations
the information regarding them
had not been secured! throygh the
stool pigeon system,' ; He! stated
however that a cumber of students
had been asked to use their in
fluence toward eliminating the
more flagrant abuses of the reg-
ulations but that - these students
had not been asked to report vio
lations to the authorities, j
The dean stated further jthat in
his Inquiries Into the mattef some
students had mentioned . a few
names but that most of hiaj infor
mation regarding ; violations had:
come from outside sources.! ! j
Dean Alden then went on to say
that as these regulations were to
be enforced ; here ! students who
were not in sympathy i with them'
were not those who got along well!
at Willamette and he thought it
would be wise for such students
to find another institution ; next
year where such regulations were
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! In discussing the use of student;
influence regarding the! enforce
ment of regulations Dean Alden
said that it would amount to stu
dent self-government if the meth
od could be employed by the entire'
student body and that he would
be In favor ot a system by of self
government at Willamette univer-""y-
MilU ;. h:-; ;-i;L' lb ' ' ':. :
the United King
Pheasant brand j is the oldest
and one of the best known brands
of! Oregon prunes' M the domestic
and Canadian inarkets. The Wil
lamette Valley j Prune association
has done much -to! advertise the
Oregon prune3. in the markets of
this country, having exhibited and
distributed samples at all the lead
ing exhibitions since Its organiza
tion. . It has also been in the lead
in the developing of the markets
pt the world atad its brands are
known wherever Oregon prunes
have been introduced. The asso
ciation is now developing the mar
kets of the Orient with dry pack
prunes In tin, and we are led to
believe that there Is going to be
a good demand for this package,
and it will undoubtedly be neces
sary to enlargej packing facilities
on this particular line.
: Its members!; are among the
leading growers! of ithe community
many of whom, have been using
this organization for the market
ing of their product since its or
ganization. It has returned to its
growers a better average price
than any like Cooperative organ
ization in the northwest. Its
grower members are proud of the
reputation it has made and they
strive to put out the highest ual
ity product. j j '
B. J. Miles is president of th6
association and has been connect
ed with the board of directors for:
the past 20 yeirs.j ,H. S. Poisa1!
and Thomas Noot have also beed
members of this association for
about as long a! time, and the late
D. M. Crouse was klso a director
of the association j and has been
connected with it since its organ
ization, l ;
The settlement of the 1924 pool
was made and Checks mailed out
on the following basis:
Seizing the f'hanoo
Mrs. Tellitt; "There 1 will be a
special meeting of the! Women's
Auxiliary tomorrow afternoon."
! Tellitt: "What for?"!
! Mrs. Tellitt: "Oh. Mrs.j Pickett
will be out of town for a 'day."
e I ; i Gertrude.
6070'a. . . .
7080's. . . .
8090's. . . .
90100's. . .
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Its secretary and manager, W.
J. Jenks has been connected with
the Willamette ! association since
Its organization and has had much
to do with its success.
KILLER IS; SENTENCED
GOLP BALL CAUSES INJURY
PORTLAND, April j 17 J. W.
Porter 2lj employed on the greens
of the Portland ;! Golf club, was
struck on the head by a golf ball
driven by a player. Porter was
rendered unconscious and waa re
moved to a hospital where physi
cians said be had concussion of
the brain , and that his condition
was gravel " - -: 1 "j 'iy.
Tired After Eating?
Try This Simple Mixture
I If you feel tired after eating, it
is often a sign of gas and undi
gested matter in your stomach or
bowels.! (Simple buckthorn bark,
magnesium sulph. c. p., glycerine,
etc.,; as mixed in Adlerika, helps
any case gas on the stomach, un
less i due to deep-seated causes.
The ! QUICK action, will surprise
SEATTLE, Aprh 16. Plovd
Siverly,Jconvicted jof killing Pa-
iroimao R-L. Litsey, January 30.
was given nere today a 35 to 40
year sentence in Walla Walla pen
itentiary. ... j ;
1 SC0TTS MILLS
Miss Edna and Viola Elmer and
Mrs. Ida Jones; visited relatives
here over Easter.
Mrs. Lena Bellinger and grand
daughter, Jane! EJ Bellinger of
faalem, visited relatives here over
the Easter vacation.
W. Magee of
Not- Visible Enough
Mrs. Patek: "I wouldn't be seen
n this gown!" j ! -Patek:
"What is wrong with it
lear?" !t j ; ,. .
Mrs. Patek: "1 just told you I
wouldn't be seen in it;'
"Marja, you must be more care-t
fnl as to how you place the fu-ni
ture In (his houie," the man In the
corals strip cautioned his wifa. "1
got up last night to put the; cat
out and didn't fall "over a single
chair." J. W. Ridings.
; Modem Wonders
Wallace: "I got EXY on the ra4
dio lasfnight." t v
Lake; "That:s nothing. I got
It on my cross word puzzle."
In the Spotlight T
They walked together down the
- aisle; " .
It was again the old, old story.
Upon her face a timid smUe.
They walked together down thq
To him it seemed almost a mile
Yet would he go, though it were!
They walked together down the
. aisle , 1 1
Decked out In brand new Easter
glory! . ),'- : I
Marion Harriman. ;i
Gives Them A "Pane!"
Marion: "Oh,! 1 hate those par
lor, shieks who dress like fashion
plates. I really . think ! they're a
little bit 'cracked.' " j
Nan: "Yes, and nearly always
' Dorothy Burgess.
A Goinff Going ,
Aline: "Mae Is wearing her hair
shorter every day, I do believe!
What pn earth can be her idea?'!'
Maxine: "She's fallen in love
with a barber." . -
cr he&dache rub the forehead
mlt end inhale the vapors
Qr 1 T Million Jan V4 Ymarly
Nearly One! Half of Amount
Needed is' Raised in First
Day of Drive
At C o'clock! last night the Kim
ball College of Theology had rais
ed $814.50 of! the required $2000
which started, at
The drive is be
ing put on to raise money to meet
their current budget for the rest
of the year. ' '
;A total of 12, teams were, sent
out and will coyer the entire city
in their canvass for funds al
though they will place particular
emphasis . on the Methodist con
stituencies. ( .
The campaign! will continue for
a number of days or until the re
uired $2000 has been secured.-
The; Kimball jColIege of Theol
ogy is located On the Willamette
University campjus and is affiliat
ed with the university although it
is in many respects a separate
! For Larceny
tvoniinuea irom page J)
country to waylay another boot
legger, William Keefe, alias Tur
ner, who was bringing a load of
liquor. In the raid Turner ap
peared on the scene and was shot
dead by Denton.
Denton, alias Reis, went into
hiding and Buntin returned to
Santa Barbara, where he sought
Thorn to return: with him to the
scene of' murder.
The trio were subseuehtly ar
rested by a series of events, the
guilt of Denton ascertained, while
Thorn was : turned loose and cau
tioned to wait in Santa Barbara!
as a witness in the trial to be;
however, l..:u .ay to Ort;j:on
to be with his fatLer, who Ji-l
before he reached home. ' l.ai-r
Thorn went to Rwittla to coIlitj
somf luoney, became III and he.
was forced to remain in Seattle. !
Later the two made their v;iy
to Portland, where Mrs. Tbom lt -came
ill- . They were on their v.ay
to a sister at. Iebanon when tin y
were arrested Just aa they v r.
leaving the city.
Put Your Faith in
You can use them
with v confidence
They are! compound
ed from the highest
; quality ingredients
;and will do for you
what you want them
to do. '
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mXm) ALBANY y
may now be had at a price that all can afford to pay. A full car load of this
milk will arrive at our store today and we are authorized to sell for a limited
time at a price below the present who
enjoy the best.
esale cost. And white you save yoii
Mr. and Mrs.! L.
Stayton visited relatives
Crooked Finger Wednesday.
Mrs. Jean Adamfof Portland
iv visiting her sister; Mrs. J. tS.
Korb and family.
tMiss Pauline Semolke returned
to her home in Portland Tuesday
after visiting relatives here for
several days. ' - M
t Joe Gersch oi Portland visited
his parents here aver the week
Miss Loraine Hjogg of Salem
visited her parents here over the
Easter vacation.1 She wa accom
panied by her grandmother, Mrs.
T. Maplethorpe. j ' ..' .;SyfJjrj
Mr. and Mrs.) High Magee vis
ited relatives at Molalla Sunday.
: Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Scott and
email son, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Bellinger and small daughter were
in Salem Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs.lM
Salem visited at Crooked Finger
Enid Lamb, who
Stayton, visited iher mother over
Mr. and Mrs.
constipation it often works in j aaater visited
one hour and never rrines. J. C. ' Iem Sunday.
Perry. Druggist. "115 S. Commer. Ray Telfer was a Salem visitor
M. Magee of
Is teaching at
Wj T. Hogg and
relatives In Sa-
per 100 lbs.
3 Large Cans .
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'5 .V .' . .-
6 Cans ;
3 Cans Preferred Stock
il-:! !i 57c . ;
, ' i Fancy Blend
1 lb. 39c
49 lb. sack
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10 lb. can
100 lb. sack
3 lbs. 65c
44c ! r 1
6 Lbs. .
M. J. B.
Vz lb. pkg.
Orange Pekoe or Green
Freshly Sugar Cured
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Same low prices every day in the week. Order by phone if you like we
deliver and collect at your home or off ice. L
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