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. 'MIIE ATTRACTIVE SUMMER-
t arden of Mr WJlHam l!v'r11
i J. Anderson on Court street wAsJt0PPeJ w three Vflamlne torch
' .'trday when the MaDoweli
I pUmenting - Miss : Dorothy
I .' -Tr V-Mia?" .EsJwJUe. Rasa, .Miis
r v" H -; Emmons and? Miss -lira
L C y Tor: The punch bowl vif as
.;;t?rT taWt,vf qie
v f.r,f the blue-green' poel ahd
.. MP ol Elnaia.' a
, " ground for the large' numtfer
' tond. who' cafled. , i;:V. ? ;;f : .
" V 7 following we hostesses for
--' ! f ra If :; Ms. ifugh V. Harris,
'"12. n. IlSbeoJi, Mrs. Philip
'-rer, Mrs. Cv A. Klls. Mrs.
' 1 -1 -CaTrle, Mrq: (iranj . BoneU.
:f ' ' T.-:: Creech, ;r." R. ,E.
Mr. G. C. Bellinger. Mr.
s - Chambers, Mrs. jCarl Webb.
.r-, .:D.I, .JUtchi Mrslj J. tV.
. Mrs. , Jfartia v Feesheti4a, f
.i;'.t,v v- .1.; paermaa;, Mrs J, Ji
-4, t. Bates. Mrs, George HAllea.
. Meyle.RogecxanSj CS-EiH
. M fii pin,; 4 Miss., i Gladys" Raf felf .
' Xdrty, Nellie chwab;, L
v v? fccrmons,! Mrrtle Rusher a'hd
, v-.rte Bren '
, Miss,Lnella Patton; la tfi gueit
V'rlenis rnMdrtlaBd ;
l Miss fcdrT Garfield ;whtf I4
"grinding' her ! Tacatlon In SeaiVt
" vu iti intereslingljr; lnr letter io
JXl. P, ,W. Browa, of the KnlgMsJ
.ruipiar uoBciare wnica was ax-
' led by a large nanaer of si-
! cerpts continue
' ; was said br the Knights here
this was the most elaborate
'"t'6tloh - they eyer had at aay
'p:ientlon aad thelj, enthoslasm
, l:nr :no bounds, oxrer (he .city's
.,:ad hand an,4 tfie.really magain
rat decorating everywhere. Tie
.!". trlcul englaeer of the conclave
,J.;:Vthsa of the Paris exposltloa
. 4 alio of the S&n, Francisco, W
nitlon and ', X hare never", seen
' vfe DeautIfut, tesolta anywhere,
i i addition to Seattle being con
'VVfsify the best lighted city la the
" 'ittcd' States Its capacjty was
V J-iHIed, and th decorative sc,aee
: 'tftwUderingiy beattlfnl. " jpor
: ; i fte Knight Templar emblems
.rfaed . forth, ;by. eigh extra
115 N. Libert .
, - for Ae IToman .'
. TIIEJR SSUB-
1 ifi't 1 DUBDELE.:
:i y U OANqs ad
' tall Opening
? rrr-irtioix, 7e V-rhdth'-Sv&tVkthyB'li for at a'bfc
7 :fl,t2e fores :jCcatract of EaJt Rciai No&e, 1 VTD foms; Asslii
i k : .4 L2ZlcTtz!LZ ItoHsikt'tonda,1' Quit Oola beeu'-Abstracts fena,
v cl CaJa, 'Eailiir Ccatract; Prcrsissory. Notes,. Installment Notes,
-.:- Gcr.-r Ltsse. Cower of Attorney;: Prtme Books and Pad3, gcaJe Re-
Etc Thcsa fenns are carefully prepared fcr the courts and private
,VV ( rr-?.cn fcrrns mr.-c3 froa 4 cents to 16reents Jirieciyand ca ncta
Till? OREGON STATES!
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light' posts to the block, clustered
fleeri with v!rt:.iAfrAi. lio-'tita onH
jtlons of the flag combined with' the
black ahd'w'hne 6t- th" Ki T. In
the - Uky-Bcrab'er' ; district wasV im
pressive beyond worde! (!ha' top'
of ..the forty-story iU-C Smith
boudlng' was an immense cross:
aa'd drowning the tower on: the new
oiymiic total was a Jewelled cross,
the ope prom the an : Francisco
exposition wblctir -since' hail. not
been. ia. nse, iJPpon i-this, iuge
searclrtigbts,, pliyed. - miking It
4istiacUy .visible for , miles and
mues.&at tfn; the Sopnd; and from
the big plait' ot the electric com
pany otJifer -serchllghts" played - in
ralnboy combinatiour and ia red.
whita anr blu'e. Jl nfeetrs nb words
of nrtae td give joon idea of the
nYknrflil .Ilium tia af Mnai' fe 00 wa
beiatiful beyond: desrtptipn, &
the Knight?, had, good reason to
marvel (as they did), at the re
... Miss Garfield Plan's to remain In
Seaitle until ther first oi Septem-
ber. f . . , ;",:'" '
Mrt and, Mrs, Clifford: Farmer
and Mr. an. ijrsaUer Kirk
spent tbj wee-end a.t Jfeskowini
Mf. an' Mrs..Wf EBuns and
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pule. a9ghTef, : Ann .'Reed,.', are
home fter a week's motor trio to
prater .Uke Jn Medford . they
werejojaeil ,MJss Ann, Reed, a
sister of lfsnBaras and a group
of ' Intereatinz coIIgta - rrfpnd' rt
the family, Ihe adults of the group
Mljiaving known ach other at the
iniversuy or caniornia of which
they are alumni. In the nartv
were Mrs. Letha firake, prominent
in social and edacational circles In
Omaha, one Of Mrs.. Burma' nine
Intimate school day friends. Miss
inry, otucoa Oi aan Francisco,
and Misi Clara Wiltshire of Sdn
Bernardino, -r '- . , - . - i
The friends of Mrs. Edna L.
Daily will be Interested I to know,
that she is domiciled for the sum
mer at the Alexandria.
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- The j Brooks Commanity cldb
met at the home of ; Mrs: B. F.
Ramp last Wednesday afternoon.
A very plefjisant afternoon " was
passed, quilting and visiting. Mrs.
Jerry Wyant of Salem was a guest
of the club also of her sister, Mrs.
B. F. Ramp of Brooks. . Club menv
bers present were Mrs. John Lesh
er and daaghters Ida and Edna.
Mrs.'.Gibson, Mrs. Olivia Wample
and daughter, Mrs. Walter Fuller
and children, Mrs. George Ramp,
Mrs. Arthur Madsen,. Mrs. Mary
McLeod, Mrs. Cecil AshbaUfrh.
Mrs. Howard Ramp,' Mrs. George
Ferret -tfnd, irrBvIJmma Staf gis. v
.Mrfl. Ralph Sturgts-i was the
gttest of her, daughter 'Jeanne
peardorff at her beautiful home
on Cardinal ; Drive in Portland,
Oregon-, recentljrVi For the pleas
ure of her mother, ilisB Deardorff
Invited spme friends - aid rela
tives. ,, Among whom were Mr.
and Mrs. Cw ' H. Barnard a"Ad
Baynard and daughter Bernlce, of
Orchard, Wash.; Mrs..O. H. Gil-
oert and ' daughter; Mrs. Frank
Cilbert 'fit Portland. Ore.
Mrs. Lane Morley Is leaving
this week for Roseburg where she
will spend a few days as the euest
ef her father and mother, Mr. and
.Mrs. W. , B. Marsters. Mr. Mars
ters is convalescing from a two
years', sorieus Mlness.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Roberts
and Xwf : ttajoghtersr. .Miss Helen
RoberU and Miss Mildred Roberts,
accompanied by Mrs. J. Shellev
Sautmajp, are on a ten day motor
trip to .Vancouver; B.; They plin
to return home late this weekv
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yr. jand Mrs. Zadoc Rfggs and
Mrs: Waller . left 'earlier In . the
weeft for a ten day vacation at
Seaside. h-t "-' s.--;a;-r v
MTD tOX SALS EY
SAL ELAini IIEAD QUAHTEn3 I
i -;.n - - - VI w i
IAN; SALES!, OREGON
I C 0 CIAI C AliEIID Alt t
-V? Ice Cream- ebclal.'- .Lakes' Aid
Society of .the 4-Chriat iutheraa
Church.-Mrs.- L. Cl Hockati- loa
N. Cqmmprcial street. m 1
The Ever. Ready Uirthdar club.
Mrs. T. W. Hill, .I486 Ferrer
street hostess. Pbt-Ittfck dintfer. j
c Young- Married ; PeopTe' club
of the First Presbyterian church.
HagerV grove. i .
c j 1 Thursday
Sewing society 'of Woman's Re
lief corps! Mrs. 1 l2 McAdams.
245 D street, hostess: - ' . ;
Annual Scbtch plcnlie.1 Fair
grounds. : ! x
, Mrs. O. . A. Nye and daughter,
Miss Doris Nye, are guests in Cecf
tralia of Mrs. Nye's daughter, Mrs.
F. W, Schwab. They :wlil take a
trip to Mount Rainier before re
turning" to Salem. ' i
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. Miss Beatrice- Walton aad Miss
Vivian' HargTove are in VancouTer,
B. C. for ten' days. ) - '
Mr. and Mrs.-Clifton Irwin are
enjoying an outing- at ' Neah-kanr-nle.
They are domiciled at Cain's
place.' -. f '
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Mrs; George E. Dorcas and Mrs.
Loui Lachmund returned Monday
night from a vacation at Xeskowfn.
Rev. and Mrs. Ersklne of Jeffer
son were dinner guesta.on Sunday
of Rev and Mrs. F. W. Launer.
The many friends of Dr. Fred
J I. Thompson will be glad to leaf n
that he plana to arrive In Salem
this month, after three months of
clinical research 'abroad. ' Dr.
Thompson sailed tof the states last
Saturday, taking passage on the
Aqultania, one . of ' the largest
American liners." f Dr. Thompson
will probably feacKJStaiem the 2Stb
of August. i- , , I
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"Miss Mayme Homyer, bride-1
elect, was recently honored at a
shower given for her by Miss Bes:
tie Smith aad the Misses Oehler
at the home of Mrs. Smith. The
evening was pleasantly spent ia
viewing the many beautiful gifts
received by the hdnor guest. Those
present were: Miss Homyer, Mrs.
Wm."ErIon, Mrs. Carl Armstrong,
Mfi. H. Albers, Mrs. C. Homyer,
Mrs. Fred 'Thompson, Mrs. Clifford
Townsend. Airs. A. :F. Ilomver.
Mrs W. J. Lee, Mrs. Wm. Krneger,
Mrs.' Leon Barrick. ; Mrs, Albert
Vick, Mrs. A. Oehler, Mrs. II. Tas-
to, Mrs. Arnold Krueger, Mrs. Les
ter Franklin. Miss Maude Herron.
Miss Ruth Edwards, Miss Tillie Al
bers Misses Selma. lrma. Ger
trude, Clara and Frieda Oehler,
Miss Clara Homyer, Misses Bessie
and Florence Franklin, and Miss
Bessie Smith. : ,,'K-
' Mii& Homyer V marriage to Mr.
Elton L- Thompson will j be - aa
event of early next month. "
MIsp BArbara Rlesen of Hills
boro is the hottse guest this week
of Salem friends -
The sewing society of the Wo
man's Relief corps will meet at the
home of Mrs. L L. Mc Adams, 245
D street Thursday afternoon, Aug
ust 13. All members are asked
to bring their own work. 1 Mem
bers of the GAR and friends bf
the members are invited.
Mrs. Frederick Hill Thompson
and children, David and Peggy, are
home from a ten day Vacation at
Seaside.':: :X r
j Mr. aad Mrs. C.;P. i5op re
turned home Monday! 'evening
from Newport and i Nye Creek,;
having motored over on Friday.
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bishop
were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Hal D Patton at i Agate
Beach. . ' - ; -
, Mr. ' and M,K' VWilbur Daily
(Dorothy Esch) arrived yesterday
from" Oakland fV.. visit with Mrs
Daily's - parents, -M r. ; and Mrs.
William Eschand. Mr. Daily's
mother, Mrs. Edna L. Daily,
j -Of much interest, to all mem
bers of the Oregon Federationof
Business and Professional Wom
en's clubs is the contest for a
name for the state bulletin, under
the auspices of the state bulletin
x, 111 Wiclelherslcl-d Mar y Spaa Case
Millionaire-- declares he will
nevet '-adopt another child." This
close-up shows' Mr. Browning aad
his7)aew ' fb&ter-daaghter for, , a
week. Mary's sunnv smile and
sweet disp'osillon, Mr. Browning
committee, of which Miss Mame
Zeigleman, '.first vice president, is
chairman. The choice of a. na
tional federation pin or its equiva
lent in money, if preferred,, goes
as a prize to the-wlnner of, (he
contest, the selection of the most
desirable aad suitable name neinr
left to the decision of the state
bulletin committee, which is com
posed of the chairman. and" the
following members, one from caf h
of -the 12 federated -clubs: As
toria, Mrs. Margaret Hubler; Coos
us y, Mrs. Alice Maloneyj, Corvalr
lis, Miss Merle Hollister; The
Dalles, Miss Dora Sexton; Eu
gene, .Miss Mozelle Hair: Hood
River. Mrs. Susie Lynn: Klamath
Falls, Mrs. Zella Jones; Medford.
Miss Jane E. Olson; Portland H.
and P. W? club. "Mrs. Pearl Bald
win: Portland Women's Advertis
ing club,, Mrs. .. Celeste Har-rls;
Roseburg. Miss Grace E. Tavlor:
Salem, Miss Rosalia Keber. ' ,.' '
The contest,, which started on
August 1 and close's September 20,
is open to all members of the state
federation, each being permitted
to submit two names, "which
should be ' sent direct to Miss
Zeigleman at 315 Piatt building.
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Subset Orchard, tbe lovely coun
try home of Mrs. N.'.E. '.Gunnell
was an attractive nlace last Sun.
Say" when 'Mrs.' Gunnell and Miss
Kathryn Gunnell entertained in
formally for a group of friends
from Salem and Portland. Dinner
was served Jon the lawn at 3
o'clock with covers placed for ten.
Sweet peas and Oolden-rod In a
crystal basket centered the table
and a profusion-of summer flow
ers was arranged about the yard
and porches, Later little five
year old Merlya J. Gunnell on
his, Shetland pony delighted ihe
gxesU?wHh. stunts and a demon
stration .of This horsemanship: 1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph II. Kletz'inr
and. children; Harold and Dorothea
returned home . yesterday from ' a
week-end in Grants lass and at
the Oreg6tf Caves. - - ,
The committee in charge of the
picnic .for ' the Young Man-led
Peoples club, of the First Presi
byterian church, has announced
that in case it rains this ( Wednes
day) afternoon the picnic which
is planned.- instead of Hager's
Grove, will be held in the church
parlors. However, the commute
is going ahead with plans to serve
the lunch at the picnic grounds
promptly at :15.- Club members
are reminded to -bring a covered
dish and own table service. . -
BERRY VEflDOR 1IJ COURT
COXES AI.LEGKD NOT To'cOxl
; ' FORM WITH RULIXG
There is a law m Oregon that
provides that, strawberries be sold
to - the public 3 ia standard . size
boxes. Rut that law does not
state that the. boxes must be full
when sold. This "was the grounds
on which a demurrer was issued
in the complaint" against II. T,
Jerrijl, and was .sustained by
Brazier C.: Small, justice of the
peace. Terrlll was charged with
"unlawfully selling. . produce
(strawberries) in" less than the
quantity represented." , A- demur
rer 1 was filed, declaring that the
fruit had liken sold in-landard
size boxes and that was all that
was required by the law.'
Under, the statu tp.tw as man-'
da to ry on Justice "SmaUt f sustain
tha demurrer: The t. fim -pp.
in the justice ourt ye.ci d'Sy - '"'
ernoon. . . -
said when he adopted her, helped
greatly to win her . 'this, place in
bis arms." Npw.he desUnaUa her
as an Imuoster in-that she U said
to have misrepresented her age to
film. I" ...... - f.: .
wm bus !
Canine "Actor, Known Over
. turope,:ls Leader of
I Whirl-i-gig Group.
"Tpque'v is coming, to this city
Saturday, August 29, with Ring
ling Brothers and Barnum &
Ealley circus. ''Toque" is just a
dog, hut by no means a common
dog., j He has no pedigree, but he
b-aya reputation that extends all
over". Europe aafl he . has made a
fortune for Alfred Loyal, who
own3 him. i
."Toque" Is a wonderful eques
triani He turns single and double
somersaults on J a horse's back,
stands on' his head lo the saddle,
and While sitting upright on the
horse's back catches on his nose
rings and clown leaps tosxM to
him by Loyal. While the trainer
stands, in" .the saddle he perches
himself, head down, on the nian'B
head.' ' - j
"Toque" Is also a wonderful
acrobat. He tuns 'down an Incline
and, after lurning somersaults in
midair, goes hurtling through !a
paper hoop. -Toque" is the star
of, a troupe of twenty doss Includ
ing "Chiquita." the fnnniest of all
canine actors At the conclusion
of, their tricks: a dozen of the
swiftest race around the top of
the rling bank curb. Just as chari
ots encircle the hippodreme track.
And is they run along the narrow
curb,! "Toque." traveling at light
ning speed from the Opposite di
rection, leaps ..over ' the "entire
Bquadr They : Are Called tie
Spanish Warrior Baroness vers
1 U.S. Has World's
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The only.womcn in the world wL'q are rcallv free live tn tt '
.. United Sutc, believes the B.rone.. AlcSll? fsmo "spS
feS'T' the country, .tudrinWr
r.V Wu TaVIYYu ' TV
WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 12, 192
, Lodge Roster
THATKltSA:; UlittH"OF SAGLK3
m ua. Jta a. w. u. w. UalL B. M.
WllUrt. H-r'y. Trl. put K.
TVPOOKAPHICAb NO. 210SF.COSD
Katardar. 3 P. M. M. II. l'ilkiom.
pfMiJxut; Koy .B. b!u4c-tt. rcrei&ry.
CARPKNTK.R'S INIOK NO. 10S
Herl Thnrt. eTninjv Arthnr Turk'
er, Hriidnt; Wm. J'ttit, nirrrlry.
"whlrH-gi" dors and furnlso one
of th scores of features specially
arranged for the young patronsi
Id special entertainment for the
children this season's circus in re
markably strong. Two troupes of
baby elephant performers appeal
particularly to the' young folks.
They are the best kind of fun
makers ahd quite as clever as the
three herds of full-grown ele
phant with which they perform, in
one big number. One of these
youngsters walks m a rolling ball,
ruiding it all around the ring.
Another sits in the seat of a wagon
and drives like a man, a compan
ion in full harness playing the
part of horse. They play on Swiss
bells, they play at ''Drop the
uanaKen-ntei ' just like a party of
children, they skip the rope, stand
on their heads, play leap frog, and
football. . . ' j
In addition to these dump actors
there are whole troupes and
Kroups of funny old bears, seals
and sea-lions, fos terriers, collie
dogs, geese, pigs" and Shetland
DEATH FACED CALMLY
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SIMMONS 1 1 K FOR Ml'RDP.R;
IXXOC'KXCK' lROTKSTEI! ,
LINTOIV.' KfeH.r Aug. 11. (By
Associated Press.) Protesting hli
innocence to' the end, Walter; R.
Simmons, former Montana cowbov.
deputy slieriff and baseball player
was electrocuted at the Nebraska
state penitentiary early today for
the murder of Frank Pabl. a gar
age man or Spencer, Neb.
Just before Simmons walked 1
the chair he gave out the follow
ing statement to the Dress: !
."'There "are but a few moments
reft. There la a life hereafter,
and if I were le.-ivint thla vArM
with a lie upon rhy tongue I
wouidn t have the chance that I
would have If I told the troth.
Realizing it to be true above all
things, I can only nay that I am
innocent. I am speaking without
prejudice agalnsf anyone. .AU Is
forgiven by me. and I ask forgive
ness. I ak- forgiveness of you If
such ia possible."
After the electrocution Former
Judge E. P. Holmes.' his chief
counsel, said he would continue
his hunt for the "slayer of Frank
Pahl.", lie said that "an Innocent
man was electrocuted this morning."-'
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IMMIGRATION IS DEBATED
LATI N'-AMERICAN DELEGATES
TO MEET AT CXIXVKXTIO.N
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11. '(By
The Associated Press). Attempts
will be made at meetings ot
American. Mexican and other, la
bor union officials here August 27
to solve the Mexican ImmiKration
problem and to plan an IntenKive
campaign for expansion of labor
organizations" throughout Latin
The American conference ;haa
been summoned by William Green,
prenidfut of the American Federa
tion of Labor. Among those In
vited to attend are Luis N. Mor
ones, secretary of commerce ani
labor under President Calles who
is regarded as one of the most
authoritative spokesmen for Mexi-v
can laoor, andEdwardo Moneda,
general secretary of the Mexican
regional government. j
Only Free Women
aciuuv. rartinpatcd Li f htlr; u-
- Ortffort &taftsnur.
) mt !!, U tj tl at Or.joa.
Local Raics '
IHilj r SaaJay
1 cabta par or4
Caala M' war4
On outh. dan m.mi
8u4r , 50 raati par wori
IB ardrr ta vara tha aaara Lkaa aaa
lima rata. aatarttaaaBaat siusl raa la
ad. tUtt for laaa Utaa tS caata.
Ada. raa daada OJiLT. ckarsM at
A4vartUaawata (ax 'apt Paraaaala
aad Silvatiaaa Wuu4 ) will a taaaa
imr lha talavaaaa U taa adfartiaar la
a tukacribr ta paaaa.
Tfca Slatauaaa will racalva adtcr
titrtaaau at aay tiaia at taa day ar
aifUU Ta laiora ptapar clatttlirw
lMi aJa. abal4 ba la aafora 1 p. a.
TCLEPHONK S3 r 6SJ
Money to Loan '
I Oa R1x Kilata
I T. K. FORD .
(Over Ladd A Bash Baafc)
BKltjRK TOD I.KAVK TOCR HOME
OR CAK HAVE IT
Pinaa 1(1. Backa Zeadriesa, XT. R.
, Baak Bid. , 4 J ti
L "WE WRECK 'EM
Tartt far all eara. Wa kaH for Waa.
Or oar prirfw a trailers. Salaia Aata
Wractiar Ca, 402 6. CaarcA Etrat.
Pkawa a 19. JaJtf
SCnEELER AHTO WRTCKntQ CO, wiU
tut yoar aid tar. . HicWt aaaa arira
paid. 1085 N. CoBMnrrrial fit. ljltf
AUTO REPAIRING 3
OENKKAL RtPAIRINU. TIRES AM)
tol. arrnoori, raa aad ail. 11 KIV
I.F.K it l.KHKN)MOI liARAOE. hbaaa
064. till-r and K. 4'ommrrcial St.
V aprctatiia in rrcnaditiuuiag ibotort.
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SEE CS FOR TOP AND PAIST. WORK.
(tj J. Hull Aula. Top laint Ska p.
Ttr fir Jyirtwn. S-alSit
I HOT PICKTRS WANTED
Far two 'ot aur arda. tka MiVoata
Baack Bar Indrprndrnra. 117 acrra,
aad lit Cartia Rajcb. aaar Talbot ita
tioa, SO ara. Canal acooaiaiada
tiaa turaiahed. Yards ia oxrnaat
saapa. Pirkiar iU bgm akoat 8p-
tmlr 1st. iUtUt-t aaw at iloarca
NVtera cier atora. ar Darbia A
Caraoyer, Baa t2, over l'caarj's atora.
HOP PICKERS WAXTE1 FOR TOE
William a hop yard, 103 aeraa. 4 suits
vrii ot SIeia. 1'ioal actoanvoda
tioes faraUlid. Tard ia astrlltBt ton
ditioa. .pjckin will.ktart about StpU
1st. Rtristtr at United Cicar Stora.
or Lana Morlty'a, career lTtk and C.
Tt nsria 9i3i
HELP WAX Tin) Male 11
WASTED COMPANION FDR. TRIP TO
Florida ptmtr wr October. Boi
WANTED EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN
aad Talraniitr to work at rtbail4iaf
tirea. 214 Ceatar Su Fkona 398.
.' 'mail ii111?!
,HKLI WANTED Female 13
WAXTEDV- WOMAN TO CARE FOR
rlWt lady ia ataall apartatent. TrL
1775 W. 13al2
THK WATKIXH PROIirtTS Cll.
a-da haailor far part Hirun Co..
writ 1I3 ear riUtefcaun. 15al6
W.tXTEn UH.-AL. HAS WHO HAS
aaU-a abil.iy. owna aa aatouobi!, aad
raa dtvoto ki wkala tin ta loral
diatribatton ul a no I nr Brrrslty. Mr
i iartnmhsp with local buainraa
Mian, and th orf anliation aboald asaka
9oKl.to I10.UOO liar aaanm. Ak
lor Mr. liamaaud. Kouaa l'J.. Saw
lloUl SaVra. 12al3
SALESMAN YCH'NO MAN. LET ME
trip joa p'a" tor th f jtare. B.t
raour y and faM adraucriBent . anatvd
IxKjk ap lb R.-lJBfr-B at 1L .
" titift'a Ftirnhnrr Hturr. 5:30 p. ra. ta
i p-rm. or 444 Kotitk lfljk ktret. K
p. ra.' ta 4 p. an. 13al4
PO.iTit)N wAxtki. ci-:riencei
(rwrt) run, UoJva U or retail, anod
raiM wri:-r or window dreer. Will
o aay pUr.' Addreat Set ism
Bolao.' Idaho. - 19al4
j General: Market
; PORTLAND. Aug. 11 Portland
dairy .! exchange:' Butter. extras
50c; standards 4sc; prime firsts
48c; firsts 45c."
J PORTLAND, Aug. 11. i Hay:
Buying prices, valley timothy $18
OlS; do eastern Oregon tilfjO
21.50; alfalfa $18; clover $16. 0;
oat hay $15.50: cheat $15: oat
and vetch $1.S0: straw 17.500
8 per ton. - Selling prices $2 a ton
! PORTLAND. Aug. 11. Grain
fatures; Wheat, hard .white, blue
stem. Baart, August $1.55; Sep
tember $1.54; soft white. August
$1.55; September $1.54; western
white, August $1.55; September
$1.54; hard winter, August $1.55;
September $1. Sir northern spring,
August $1.33- September $ 1:52;
western red, August $1.4Sr. Sep
tember. $1.47; BBB hard white,
Augusl $1.65; September $1.54.
Oats:- No. 2, 36-pound white
feed, August $30.50; September
jw; oo a-pouna , gray, August.
.' Barley: No. 2," 4 4-pound. August,-
September $31; do 48-ponnd,
August, September. $32.
i Corn: No. 2,, eastern yellow
shipment, A u u t, September
; MUlrun: Standard, August,
$31; September $30.
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, KO CYIM1S4 FAST
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 10.
Associated Press.) Danny
Kramer or Philadelphia' knocked
out .fit-urge Cliauey- kit Baltimore
ttiihf' In 4& seconds:"1' Kramer
weii," i . 'i;VJ '.. yo'tiads-' and
r'. y ir.'i. i :
WAKXCD Employmenl 19
C1TV AND CUH'XTV WlMlU 8AWIVU.
FOIt GAKDEX PU3WISU, BASlMtXT
"Ctia( aad Wta wark. paawa 1.
PllINTEIi CikD.1. SIZE 14" BT 7H
wardU "Fur JUat, writ It aaaU
aaca. SUtoaataa uallaaaa Otflea, aa
graaad fkwr. ..
FOR RESiT STORE ROOU OH STATE
traat. aqaira liatal-Arra. tUtsU
KOK BtNT T1IKEE KOMX I'SFrK
akakrd. w.o4ra. 77 O a. CaaiatamaL
FOR RE.TApartiBesiU CJ
KOOM FTESISHED APAETMEXTS.
'it I H, Kiawr, JJ1
FOR KENT Ar ART MINTS Ml X. Oaw.-
al. . Utf
OXE AND TWO ROOM FCK5ISHED
FOR REXT Roosoa s
uousncrrpuid ok bleepino
PKLKTED CAED&. SIZE 14". BT THB
wordiar. "Koiai ta Kaat." priea 1
caata aara. Suucaaa batiaaaa affieav
BOOM FOR REXT IX VODERS HOME,
Ura blufka treat aiata komaa. AU
eaaTraiviifaa. Gaatlaau prafarrad,
Plaaa rafaraaaaa aa4 aadraaa A.
.B cara Stataaaaa.
FOR RENT ROOM E 'CITABLE rOI
lladaata. witk tloapaJc parek prlTLUf.
EverytkiBC atodera. Ratoraaao ara ra
airad. Addraaa rooa eara Stataanaa,
FOR REXT Houses 7
FOR REXT FIVE-ROOM BlXl.r.OW
Jj, alo farai.litd kowt. fji. f. I-Vo-
' - Z7H
nOCSB FOR RENT-CLOSE M. ' .
lra Bottl Area. . . -i--..- frj24tf
FOR RENT XODER S.tl.111 JIOCSE
aad rra(A I7i gtaU ft. laaaira
103 - - - .
Wanted 31 Uc 1 Ueou 3d
U'ANTED M1I.K CrSTOl RS JOa
per auart.- Wkita Kir Iiry. Paooo
WOODRT THE ACCTIONEER BUT1
aatd faraitara for caaa. Fkoaa S1U
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOB CSEB
Jtatroa. Uola, furaitara. Stt a Caa4
Uoada DopU appoaiU aoart koooa.
CASH PAID EOR FALSE TEETH
dental gwid. pkatianat aad diatardad
Jawalry. ilok. 8bm1ub( aad Rofiaara
Ca Otaet. Jtiekicaa. JSjlt
WANTED PRIVATE MONET FOR
iarai loaaa. M a kao aaaaral appUca
toaa an kaad. Hawkias di Koaem
Ie.. 90S Ortroa Bl4r. BSdl4tr
DINIXO ROOM al'ITE. LtBRART
Ullt, ink, dinkea. etc. 9 SO l aioa.
. - . 37al
CRAWEORD- CAN XIX O I EACUtS ARE
now ready. L. TowBead orckard.
CAXXIXQ PEACHES AT M. P. ADAMS
Raaca. Wallaoa Road. Pfcoaa 1I6F13.
GOOD VIOLIN EOR SALE. TEU 1044 -W.
BABT CAK R I AGE. EOLPIXO COT.
library table and firal rtaaa kitcbea
ranxe. Call 11S7 X. . CotUta. 37a 14
FOR BALE OLD 9EW HEATERS. TES
ceats a onnaia. (.ireaiauoa Sepaj-tjaaal
Oregwa Statoamaa. . 47if
rOR SALE LARGE SIZE CAST1KON
wood and coal krater. flu. I34S
Trerpata XeUtea, siia 14x9 . larkaa.
rriatW a (wad 14 ooaeo oaaaaaa aooa
'ft taa words. "Natico la Hereby til.
oa Tkal TreapaaitB4T ia Strictly Eerbld
dea On Tkeao Preatiaoa Cadar PeoAtty
af Proooratioa." Pnro IS aacfc or
tar 25c, SUUaaiaa Pak. C. Balaam,
Orofwa. 4 7 ait
BZXJL. C8 TOUR L'SED TCRNITCKEa
It. L. St.ff Parajtara Co. L'aod Oooda
Lfpt. OppoaiU cwart koaao. S7aa3tt
RFCEIPT BOOK 451ZE J BT H",
SO rotoipt ferata ia book. IS aoola pot
book or two for 2 cents. ila
Man office, 315 Soatk CawaMTflal St.
8aeB.. . - . ... ITriStf
FOR SALE LlTeatodt 39
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTERSON,
Pkoaa 302a-W. Rx. Z. Boa . 9j3tf
FRTD W. LANCE. YETEEIX ARIAN -a
Oifico 439 8. Comataroial. Paowo 119S.
Re. pboaa l'1. BSaiiltl
WOOD FOR SALE 43
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. and IS lack.
Pry mill wod.
Grata mill wood.
Iry aacad rrk fir.
iTy aad a!i Itr.
Dry 4 ft. ak. naolt aad oak.
EKETJ I. WELLS.
Praaipt deUeety.aad reaaanakla
41 at 4
3S0 Boa Ik Ckorck. Pkoaa 1543.
14 INCH OLD FIR SECOND QROWTR
k aad aaa. Pkoaa lf J. M. V. May
GOOD COAL DRT WOOD
HILLMA FVEL CO.
TEI.EPI'fyg llt. 4;t9tf
POULTRY" AND EOG3 45
LXOHOJtN rCLLETS FOR SALE.
Priced to tell on i-k. . Cow a aad boo
tkem. 11a S;rtl. 4Salt
NURSERT STOCK 49
FOR 8 ALB CHEAP 3f ACRE! OF
fiaa laad. tit ailrf froea Saloca. Good
new batldinc. aSnat kt'.f coHllod.
ka!saco pattnra. Raaalaf water, oswo
. timber. Will fieo food taraia. .Mtrkl
accept sens trade. J. 3. MaU.is. ova
or, Talepkoaa 1WF3,. Biiaaa. Ore.,
Bt. 7. 4Q
j S AlXil IXtUllIETS
No. I wkiU .
Na. 1 red. sacked
TO EX. KTJTTOJf . AXD BEET
Top hen . i ..
fiows ,S9S0 10!W
1 tressed kofS .
Top steers -
Itu!!. 3H 64e
PpriBf U-bs. 10 lbs aad Basel Set 9H
Ireaaod veal e -l
I.irtt krns .
, 1(6 33
lleary keaa .
Broil era -
rias, BUTTER Jura botteefaV
Jt.U.rt- ; ,1
X 11 i ,i.
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