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"H WEDNESDAY MOKNINCT, JULY 8. lD2o
Pne. 105 ; I
rpIIE -SITVENTY-NINTH Mrth
1 day of Mrs. Gideon Stetner,
which falls' bn JulyS.was cele
brated'wtth a f amiiy tcjuatdn ;ote
the holiday week-end atNeskowln.
A festive v birthday dmhir was
served at mid-day on 'the Fonrth.
Covers were placed for 14. '
In the group were Mrs. Gideon
Stelner,' the honor gn est,' Mr.-and
Mrs. Walter A; Denton, Jr. and
. Mrs. It.' K. tea' Stef qr, Mr. and
'Mra. M. L. Meyers. Cam. and Mrs.
Earl Coulsen Flegel' and little son,
Earlj- Jri' of rrohoIuln.' Mf. "and
Mrs. j Daft ,'J. Fry, Jr.; j. and little
Miss "Mary tee 'Fry, and MJUon
Ladles - day: at the , IUihee golf
club will be one of ' the major
events of the slay. 'A number plan
to motor -out to take -part in the
sport. I ' '. . -. ..; .
' .. . '. ...' '
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Roberts are.
recelTing a host of felicitations
upon the birth of.a baby son on
(Sunday,. Jul?.? ,u, who baa been
nampd. Thomas A.,' Jr. Thomas,
Jr., who U the first child, weighed
six pounds. , He and his" mother
! are at the; Salem hospital.; " f '
The -Tetng Married 5 people's
clab of the -Firsts Presbyterian
church wiir mee'Af o'clock .this,
evening m Maker's grovp for the
July aoeial.' The' ;plcnicj grounds
are past the. Meatlowlawri dairy;
toward the cheese . factory. " The
picnic jgroundWare, reached, by
turning west and paying ah &
trance fee for each car of 15 cents.
.The committee asks that eack fam
ily bring own sitter an&'dljhea aa
well as covered disn and hot rows.
' Mrs. Alfred Taylor oi PIxley.
Cal., ia a guest of her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. W. A. Taylor.
, .... '
Members of the WRC are: asked
to please attend - the funeral of
Mrs. E. E. Mattingly at 10 o'clock
'-, this morning! at the Terwilltger
A handsbme silver-tea service
. has been presented to the Oreson
Federation of Women's elube lor
use In its new headquarter build
lngln Gladstone chautanLua, by
Mrs; Esther 'Alien Job. The gift
is the cause of pleabUti'tke fed
eration, officers, who are devotfng
a great deal of the season to mak-
4XOCXAZ CALHrrDAR t
i' Toungll!irried,Peo'pIe,atcI4'B of
tne First . presoyierian cnurcn.
Hagerp grove, . o'clock, a-t
4 : Annual JplntneetLng of WIMS
and WFMS of the First Methoaist
church,1: Grove bacfc of -Kimball
school-of Theology. Picnic din
ner at 0 o'clock.
"Young Married People's lub of
tue First Presbyterian .church.
Hager'a grove, 6 o'clock.
" " - i; Friday '-d:
" First Congregational . church
missionary - meeting and picnic.
Mrs.' E. A. Miller, hostess.
Missionary society. : First. Pres
byterian churcbv Mrs. C. P. Bish
op, hostess. . . - i . ,
First ConereEational church
will be complete" jprlor ip Julyil, missionary meeting and picnic
Federation day, i ; cu iMrs E.iA, Miller, hostess.
A tfymposluttrb five delegates! 'Missionary society,, -tirsirres-
to the Marshfield convention held I byterian church. Mrs. C. P. Bish
last t month, will he the. feature, ot I op, hostess. v :"-r;-; jiM':
that' day. " I Garden club "open garden at
The fjfft fpeakers and teeir snb- J home tot Homer smitn, ova ixoria
jects are: Mrs. WlUlam Grasslg, 1 Summer.
Oregon-; City,' music; Mrs. Frank
McCrillia, ; Doembecher. hospital,
the big project of the federation;
Mrsi Charley Hoge, Mllwauklei the
American " home, the keynote "of
tneconve'tfUbn report of the de
pa frment.vby'Mrs.- James l. Shaw,
and the social aide of. the conven
tion, by Mr$.Earl Hobhs
Ing the headquarter omTortabl
and', convenient tor club women.
More furniture however", is need
ed, such &s chairs-and small rags.
and the prederit,!;Strs: fiiidle Drr
Dunbar, . asks'"5 all v meiabers . or
friends to make their glfta as early
as ' possible so that the building
the annual: picnic' on the lawn at
the Miller home at 6 o'clock In the
evening. '1 Assistant hostesses with
Mrs. Miller during the. afternoon
will be VeraShattuc and Mrs.. D
H." Uoloha. Miss Edith Hazard
will conduct the devotional. Mrs
F. D. Kibble will talk on mission- !
The federation; assisted by Port- J ary -worfc abroad, while Mrs. H. M
Society Leader. Wbq'Divorced
l senator was iVasningion Hiae
f : -r
land Federation of "Women's or
ganizations will serve tea from S
to'S p. m. Saturday, following its
program; ;- The traildnlg will be
open every' day 'daring -thecchaa-
taiiqtia and all women attending
are invited! to see It and use It:
Vitrlotts' Clubs of ' the federation
have keen 'assigned? flay during
the season, to ber hostesees at" the
headquarters, -Irom July 7-lS-
Portland Telegram! r . '. "
Mr,' and Mrs. John McNary and
Senator Charles McNary, spent the
week end at Cascadia.
' Tb Lutheran Ladles Aid soci
ety will give an ice cream social
Wednesday evening" at 8 o'clock
on the lawn of Mrs. Hockett, 1603
N.' Commercial street. - -"
Miss Esther Dieffenbach has re
lumed home from a two weeks'
vacation at Agttc beach
ijr. and Mrs. Adam Kron and
daughter, Constance, and Mr. Ar
intr Raymond ox roruana. en
joyed an outing over the "week end
at' Newport with Mr.' and Mrs.
Frank Nelson and daughter, Ruth.
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'. .The home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Miller, :1500 South High street
will be the scene of-the July Mis
sionary gathering of the women of
the First' Congregational church
on Friday afternoon, followed by
ft ,1 j !' ii I l ' "ll " ' 'f '
Mead's talk will deal with .mission
aries In the United States. Mrs.
T. S, MacKenzle will read a. letter
from' one , of - the: missionaries Of
the chureh -who is at worjr-ln the
breign fields.- '
The entire church congregation
will enjoy a, picnic dinper at b
o'clock, under Abe trees. -r , ?,
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Mrs.- Otto. Kubin entertained as
herguests Over the -week end; her
sisters -'Misses. Evelyn and Haaei
CamP ' trf" Seattle. The Misses
Camp. left yesterday , morning, for
their home, Mrs. Kubin accompan-
ing them as far as Portland.
VMr." and Mrs. H. F. Shanks, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Clark, Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Wilson, Mr.-and Mrs How
ard George, and Misses Gladys and
Carolyn Wilson-spent the Fourth
at, Taylor's Grove
Mr. and Mrs: Fred J. Tooze
have taken a home at 1680 Court
street Mrs. Tooze and daught
ers, Helen and Annabel, are ' re
cently of Oregon City, where Fred
Jr.,- plans to remain for sometime
as advertising manager and book
keeper for the Oregon City fan
ner-Courier, before, joining the
family here, '
The Woman's Foreign Mission
ary . society and tne woman's
Home Missionary society of the
First Methodist church will meet
this' afternoon for their annual
Joint ; meeting in the grove back
of the Kimball school of Theology.
Following a business ' and social
meeting, a 6; 30 o'clock picnic din
ner will be served in which . the
families of the congregation will
participate.' , Each family is asked
to bring sandwiches for Its group
and one other dish, . Families are
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JiT4 - 'i-. (? - i, IHM 31
AT MATE 1)VRI DINXEIl
NEW YORK, July 7.- (By the
Associated Press.) Allan Davis,
25, nnderstpdy to the leading man
in the play, "White Cargo." was
shot in the shoulder and head 'to
night, by his chorus girl wife in
an'apartment. where he was dining
with two friends.- He was taken
to the Polytechnic hospital in .a
serious condition ' !- -'
Mrs. Davis, known profession
ally as Edith Parker, entered the
apartment as her husband was
dining with Melville Anderson and
Harry Wagstaff Cribble,, play
wright. : : - . - .
"I want to see my . husband
alone." she said. Anderson and
Gribble invited her to dine with
them.' but she again requested-to
see her husband alone, ' Passing
through a kitchenette into a bed
room 'she and Davis held a brief
conversation. - '
A few second later Anderson
and Gribble heard reports of a re
volver. Mrs. Davis returned to
the dining room and, eluding the
two men, ran to the street.
Three detectives in an auto
mobile saw her running, and ac
costed her. ' When they learned
the cause of her flight they ar
rested her and she was held on a
felonious a&aault. The actor was
placed under the care of Dr.
Thomas Russell, who recently op
erated on Earl Sande, the Jockey
An immediate operation was or
Anderson and Gribble were at
a loss to account for Mrs. Davis'
motive in shooting her husband.
" a i ...
, ai jne pouce station Mrs. Davis
refused to talk. 1 , . -
- -: !Mr. Petrt Goelct Gerry ? whose recent divorce in Patis from, J
Snato. crry of , Rhode Island caused something of a 'sensation
in eastern .societj in .which they, arc prominent figures,' is. honey
mooning with ' new. husband. A. Sumner Welles, an attache of the
Latin-American division of the -state department. T Mr. and Mrs.
Welles are shown. : j ,
Iri fTvwriety of color c.oiiltinaUons,
From sheer chiffon to seashore
Sport' hose -all grades are repre
sented .In oxr, Btjecipn,
Utility Hose ;
We'ira sXanilTal-le ollisU
hose, women's and misses', to
. ' ' '
; f WILL FEATURE
Daddy Long Legs
Dr. George Fallis
. t . ,. -AND - ' ': , ,
f Buy Your Season Tickets
-' Now at Redaced Price
v On Sale At
Patton'a Book Store, Hartman's
Jewelry " Store, Will's Mnsic
House, Commercial Book Store,
Miller's Store, Bishop's Cloth
ing House, Buster Brown Shoe
Store,- Shaf er Harness Store,
. Opera House Pharmacy. vt
- .'--'' -!- i .... hmti
also asked to provide their own
dishes and isilverware. j. ' T
. ( : 'j-; ;
Mr. ! and Mrs. William McGil
christ, Sf., Miss Harel McGilchrlst
and Isabel, Page and Jean Douglas
of Berkeley. Cal., returned en
Monday from an outing at Nye
beach. Mr. and - Mrs. .'William
Page Douglas (Isabel McOilchrlst)
are In Seattle for the Week,, the
children having motored- home
with the McGllchrlst's.. j .. - 'j
Word received . from Herbert
Barlow by his parents, Mr. , and
Mrs. p. M. Gregory, tells of plans
to leave on the 26th of 'July for
Australia. Mr. Barlow la now In
Hawaii. He is in the electrical
dKislon of the navy and will make
the voyage to Australia on tne
U. S. S. Mexico. S
Rev. H. C. Stover and wife will
return to Salem, Saturday... Rev.
Stover will fill the pulpit of Cen
tral Congregational church at the
corner of 19 th and Ferry" both
morning and evening. " "
Miss Ruth Healy who has been
the guest of Miss y Martha Chase
for, the past two weeks returned
to her home in Portland yesterday.
Mrs.. Minnie Kingsley of Wad-
dena, Minn., ia the house guest o
Mf, and Mrs. E.-B. Grabenhorst.
Oer ithe week; end Jdr. and Mrs.
Grabenhorst and little daughter.
Aanemay, and Mrs. Kingsley, and
Mrs. Grabenhorst's mother, Mrs.
Nellie Harris, spent the week end
at Neskowln. The party, returned
earlier than they expected on ac
count of the,innes3 of MrsMlarris.
Mrs. Harjris f rlendsjrlll be glad to
know she Is better this week. .
daughterr1 Fay Louise, have re
turne4 - from, a vacation at New
port. i1 '."
Barbara Frietchie tent. Daugh
ters of Veterans, will meet at 8
o'clock this evening in the Armory
for the regular meeting.
Coach and Mrs. Guy L. Qathbun
and family spent the Fourth of
July at Five Rivers.
Mr, and Mrs. H.' A.. Ro we and
daughter, Kathryn, spent' Sunday
at philomath as the guest of Mrs
Rowe'a mother, Mrs. W. H. Boles
The G. II. Thompson home near
Pratum was the scene of a delight
fai reunion on July 4 with "dinner
served on the lawn. Twenty rela
lives were ; present for the occa
sion. Seated at the long table
were: Mrs. Dan Clark and daugh
ter. Miss Mildred Clark, of Harris-
burg ; Misa AlberU Klrshman -of
Harrlsburg; Miss Elizabeth Stint
son, of Portland; Mrs. L. Griltts
and small son, of San Diego; Mr.
ahd Mrs. Guy O. Smith and sons.
Lawrence and, Robert;, Miss Bar-
Dara scnwindt, of Salem; Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Thompson and children,
Alice Marie and Junior of. Salem;
Mr. and Mrs. T,. A. Smith, Helen
May Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs.
O. H.'ThOflipson. 1
! Dn?July 4th at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs.: Theodore
Stelk of Clear Lake, Miss Anna
St oik. became the bride of Mr. N.
SI Miles of Woodburn. Jlev. Burns
of. Clear Lake officiated.
i The . bride wore a dainty gown
of white.. CSbe is a graduate of the
Saleta' high; school. . , wf
Imlaediately following the cere-
Ctt Own tsttiman -
Vrery ainraiar (xpt Mo
4l i .a fklet,-th ilal Or(a
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Local Rates For
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FOR BENT STOREROOU' OX
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Money to Loart
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PioBaket. Back Baadrlcka. U. 8.
Bank BUf. 4 28 U
WR WRICK 'Ell
Parta tor U rara. We tail far laaa.
Oat war nrieaa a trailara. Balaaa iaM
Wracking Co, . 40S S. Ckart atraat.
Phaaa 1159. ' - - 13 If
EDUCATION SAID NEEDED
TENNESSEE SHOWS LACK OF
ADULT EDUCATION", SAID '
BCHEELEH AUTO WRECKIXO CO. U1
- bar vaar aid car. Hifheat eaak priaa
Mid. 1085 N. ComwreUl St. lllStf
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alaapiar rooam. S7 8. 4aeh. S5j
mony refreshmenis were served to
the wedding guests, the immediate
friends and relatives ot the bride
and groom. ! '
Mr. and Mrs. Miles left at once
for a short' wedding trip to Tilla
mook after which they will reside
at Woodburn. ;
VMrs. Miles' going away costume
was an ensemble of dark blue.
Those present at the wedding
weje: Mr., and Mrs. Theodore
Stolk, Mrs. Miles, Mr. and Mrs.
William Miles and baby, Mrs.
Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Priem
'and Infant dauKhter. Mr. and Mrs.
Will Jon'es and family, Mr. and
Mrs, George Benson and family,
Fred Stolk, Henry Stolk, William
Stolk Grandma Collard, Mr. and
Mij. pierce ' Collard, Miss Alice
J Cellard; Miss Claire Collard, Wfl-
liam Collard, Miss Rheta Weise,
ani Miss Grace Darling.
SEATTLE. July 7. The exam
ple of Tennessee was cited as an
evidence olj the need ot adult edu
cation by Mrs. Julia Bahcock, pub
lic librarian -of Bakersfield, Cal.,
la the principal address at the
general session of the American
Library association Conference
"With the example of Tennessee
and a many times presidential
candidate before us at this time,'
Mrs. Babcock said, "we cannot but
see that some of us as 'states as
well as Individuals are unjvilllng
to accept truth.
"If we have fears for a religion
which is in no wise at conflict
with truth and which needs no
such feeble defense as -prohibitory
state laws, we are far from being
an intelligent nation," ' she as"
serted. - . -
"Adult education might well
begin its work with state legisla
tures and retired politicians."
GOOD SERVICE FAIR PRICE. UED
LEK LEEENQOOD OARAGE. Oafc
rat rapainar, liaepf crrin. tlraa. Miliar
ana Saatb. CommareiaJ. PkaBB 664.
. . . s2tf
SIR V9 FOR TOP AND PAIST WORK.
O. J. Hall abm Tap rimt eavp
Rar fira dpartma. -allt
HOU8EKEEPINO OR 8LEEPINO
27 8. Chnrrk. . 15j24lf
FURNISHED ROOM RIGHT' UPTOWST.
!.Hot and Cold watr. itfia 'haat. SIS
. Liberty.' Ow Darby'a - Drar
CLUB t OWNER ..STBICKEN
INVESTIGATION OP DANCE
DISASTER UNDER PROBE
strike May be called
- - WAElllNGTON, July 7 (By
Associated 'Press.') The board of
officers ot the Brick Layers, Ma
sons and Plasterers' international
union of America tonight rejected
a proposal advanced by represen
tatives of building contractors
looking to arbitration of the juris
dictional, dispute between it and
the operative plasterers interna
tional union which Is threatening
to tie up $500,000,000 of construc
tion in various parts of the coun
try.'; ' i
18 SMUGGLERS TAKEN
MANY "CALIFORNIA ".NAMES
FOUND ON WARRANTS
BOSTON. July (By the As
sociated Press.) Timothy Barry,
treasurer of the Pickwick club, to
day collapsed while " testifying be
fore the' Suffolk - county, grand
Jury which is investigating the
collapse, of the building housing
the clnb with a loss of 43 Urns
early Saturday morning.
Barry was weeping as he was
led from the grand Jury room.
The grand Jury. which sat un
til 11:30 6'clock last night, held
another evening session tonight
It is ot expected that the investi
gation will be completed, until late
tomorrow, as District Attdrney
Thomas O'Brien has summoned
additional witnesses for tomorrow.
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MODERN FURNISHED SlX-ROOM COT
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FIRE LOSS IS HEAVY
Mrs.' Grace .1-
Satin Sport Frock ;.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 7
Ralph Owens, Bald by the arrest
ing officers to be a "big Los An
geles business man," was - taken
into custody today in a federal
roundup of 18- suspected smug
glers of liquor frbm the steamer
Principio, a supposed rum runner.
Owens, after being charged with
a 'violation of the Volstead act,
wag released on $5,000 bonds.
Joe Parehtl, San , Francisco
tailor, also named in one of the
IS warrants Notified the United
States marshal's office that he
would surrender later In the day,
The federal officers charge that
the suspects attempted to land
large quantities of liquor from the
Principio 'In May .and August.
is24. . ,
Among those named in the war
rants were J. 11. Madden, maypr
of Sausallto, Marin coanty, and A.
C.'.McAdam. said to.be aa. agent
lor the Consolidated ' exporters
Ltd., of Vancouver, B; Co
DURANGO, Colo, July 7. (By
Associated Prese.) Aa entire bus
iness block of Chama. New Mexico,
ahnnt 70 mile southwest ofRur-
ango, was destroyed by fire late
today. Damage Is estimated at
$ 200.000. The Chama Mercantile
company sustained the greatest in
dividual loss $100.000..
HOUSE. FOR RENT CLOSE
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FOR RENT DWXIXXAa AT 1653 a
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T-raaak ra piaataraA kanaa la sank
Salea; S klatk (rem etreea car. Frt
treoa and tardea. S30.OO par awaU.
Ulr4eh aad Roberta. 1S3 . C'oia'l.
Oregon City Street Improve
ments aggregating, $80,000, will
be!begun at once. .
GENERAL MARKETS I
W j ' w
: Portland Dairy Exchange
PORTLAND, July 7. Butter,
extras 4e; Standards-4SHc;
prime firsts 4 Be; firsts 43c.
Eggs Extras 38c; first 87c;
pullets 35c; current -receipts 33c.
LtNCllKON GUESTB PRESENT;
THERMOMETER HITS 06
"White and ; black satin is com
bined to make this smart two-place
frock worn by Miss Boar dm an. The
Mouse of ;whlte satin has 'an at
tached throw-scarf lined with black
satin, which may be worn tightly
wound ' about the neck ad thrust
through a slit at a the - walatlme.
White tlnyidrzsXartt that only
SWAMPSCOTT, Mass., July 7
(By Associated Press). The
cool -weather . which has prevailed
here slnee President - Coolidge be
Kan nis vacation two weeks ago
gave way today to a heat wave
wnicn was an uncomrortable re
minder of Washington summer
weather. The day was sultry,' the
thermometer in Lynn, where the
executive offices: are,, reaching 9 C
degrees on the street.
Along the shore at White Court
It was several Tlcgtceg cooler but
it was not until late "tn 'the day
when a thunder storm, came up
that ahy real relief, was" afforded
the. president. '-?
. The president an Mrs. Coolidge
spent the day ha -first. Anniver
sary of the, death of their eon, Cal
vin at White Court. They had
as luncheon guests Frank W. Mon
dell,- the director of the war fi
nance corporation, 'and Mrs. Mon
dell and tonight dined alone. ' '
Fish caught thlspring are not
so large as the ones ; caught , last
sarlag. but ; they wlll be ; next
d- .l'innvtt v jk
a M...eW. V
.11 B)ri.aiMa, a n
' Portland 11nf - "
PORTLAND, ' July 7.- Baying
prices, valley timothy $20 O $21;
alfalfa. $11; clover $17; oat hay
do' Eastern Oregon $210 $24.50;
nominal; cheat $16; oat and vetch
$19 $20;- straw $8.50 per. ton
Selling pfices $2 a ton mdreL ' '
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WANTED TO RENT 31
AN EXPERIENCED- FARMER WAKTS
ta vent a geaaral farm ar take ataa-
a cement of a farm next fall. Addraaa
y. C. Taylor, 436 rJUta St4 SaWm.
wwjiar ma . AU,TlV3Sl-vil r
farmitara for aaak. fkaa 411. -.
H1QUXST PRICES PAID FOR USED
aiovea, too la, farmltara. Rtiff'a Uaa4 1
Ooeda Dapt, arraaita iwi koaaa.
CASH- PAID FOR - PALSR TEETH
- deatel ti, blatiaaa aad diaratded
. jewalrj. Heka Kaeltiac aW Bofiaerf
Co, Otaega. MWktaa. . - SSjatal
WANTED TO BUY FCRNTTCRR. Poaa
. 75. - - asju
WAKTKD rRTVATK MONEY rOl
farai loaak. Wa hiva araaal applies-
vaoa aa aaaa, . nawUH : Si. Kakarta
lae, 105 Oreraa Bldr.
ONE TEAM. WAGON AND ALL, NECKH
aarr farmiBf implemaats. Seea bead
, of eava. ? kxd ( Vaarknfa aad. J
raWea. lla. - Ptaoa ta real, with
plenty of ontrance.- A. A. Martia, 3
mnee aatv mt Me na ma. ureses. - STjIO 7
'SALTT7.T T.TAT11TETS? -
Prleaa orated ara wkelatal aa ara
priaaa race reed k tumara. Urn rakail
prteea ara rnJ ... , .
. GSAXX AJTO XAT,
Ka. 1 toft vkita vkear - '
No. 1 aoft red kaat
Oat Bad vatck kay
pork, ktuTTOx ktx nirr
Hags, 200 230 ewU
Hom. 25O-S0O wt,
Cora . . ... .
I.iftt kena .
PuileXB ... . . . t ,, 17e
i EGOS,' BUTTX-S. BTTTZRFAT .
pry reaaaaabla. Abae oBa very bloky
keaey toaail kar vara. -art. 1S. Alao
at baraeaa aad wagta. FatraroMda.:
ruruanu vtratii ruiiuri
PORTLAND. Jnlv 7. Wheat. SIOKLT MATED PAIR TOCSO BLOCKT
hard white, hluestem. BaarL soft) . Sikrf'Hrftriwik!
white, western white, hard winter,
July and August $1.40; Northern
spriag. July $1.88; August $1.37;
Western red July $1.35; August
$1.34; BBD hard white July $1.43
August $1.42. -
Oats No. f, white feed, July
$23.80; August $29.80; No. 2 gray
July $32.80; August $29.50.
Corn-Na. 2 July $45.7J; Aug
ust $48; Millrun, Btandard, July,
August 325." '! "
TOT FOX TERRIER DOO.
waW-k dag. Pkaaa ill.
BI.ACKCAP8 4. PICK THEM TOCR-
atlf. Kirer raad. Kta A, SO.
LATE CABBAGE PLANTS FOR 8ALR.
. 110 IHTiatilB. 37jt
VICTROLA AXD RECORDS. FISX
raaditioa. 7S. Bos 842 cara Btataa-
LAXGR RAXQES COMPLETE t.IHl
Fevptaa PaxaJtafa 6tr. . 211 Jt
FOR BALE OLD KXWBPAPTR8. TZX
eaU a kaadW. CimUtiam departatoa
- Oracoa Etataaaua. STtI
8IU. C8 TOCR VUZO- FX;BITVXE
H. U EUIf FaraUara Co. Uaed Oo4
Dept. - Oppoaito aoart koaaa. rfmll
prtatad aa rood te aakc eaaeai kear-
lag tb ararda. VXaatl la Maraky O fe
es Tkat TTvapaaaing la Btrietlr Farkid
V dek Oa Tkoao Pram laaa Uado FaaAlty
of Pea aaaa tioa,"- . PrW lt oaak
eu lea-ma a Pak. C ,
FOR 8 Jk IX B.FCLAIM X TJ ADTO PARTI
' far aJl cara. Bra 60 ka wl. Topa,
.' bode. trai?era. Uike'S itU wret
Ug Kaaas. 3ta Caakar Pkawe -' .
, 5 t V , J- .-,.4 M
Botterfat. dlier4 , 44t
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