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JHE.OKEGOK STATH3?.TANr SALI2I. OREGON: - T
SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1923
Sam Aschen Brenner a n di Monday from tha eoaat where they
a 4t i It 11 a 1 i
, Bert Murikers returned to Stay
ton: on Saturday of last week after
an. absence of , several months
anent at Klamath Fall. Mr.
Mnnkers returned to the Willajn
ette valley to take hla usual share
of work-in the hop fields in this
section of Oregon.
A. J. Itifer, an expert-beauty-operator,
has opened an office in
Mrs. Dena Mock's millinery store,
and is meeting customers in; hair
dyeing, marcelling, scalp and fa
cial massage etc.; She has had, 16
years . experience ! in . her line ; of
work, and is offering the public
the benefit of her knowledge.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schaefer who
have for the past fire days been
Visiting at the homes of his brath
er. IK A. Schaefer and C. E.
daughter of Covlna. Cal., (called
on old friends here Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen ran icleave
of Portland visited relatives here
last week. , . ' j
J. Lauderback of Tillamook was
the guest of his parents Mr. and
Mrs. TV Louderbaek Sunday!
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur wj Bine
gar were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Simpson of Salemj, Sun
day evening, j ' '-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Humphreys
are remodeling their house pre
paratory to moving here from Sa
nad been lor several days on
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Magee visit
ed Mrs. Gladys Ferd in Seattle
- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lee ' have
returned from their trip to Wash
ington points. They had the
pleasure of a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Sneed, formerly of this place,
who are now located at Raymond,
Mr. Galbraith of St. Louis, Ore.,
was a business .visitor in Auburn
. - Many families have gone away
Mrs. Elizabeth McDonald
da.uehter Lonlse have leased their 1 to the hop yards. The "Illihee
residence here and are moving to I hop yard the only yard, now. in
ct,.r ift urinaiav morninc SorinKfleld for the school months. 1 this locality, started picking
for their home near Dayton, Ore.. w. B.cDonald of Eugene ThQ?djl wlh ll)e am Colon!
wbera they reside on one of the spent Tuesday looking' after hla f 1 Pers who picked this yard
prosperous -farms in that vicinity, business interests here. I1"" luo uv
. James P. Davie, a paralytic in- j Rev. Grace Driver held services ,
valid, who is confined to his bed at Dowell and Unity, Sunday. . Grading on the Frultland road
the greater part of the time, drop- Mr8. Farnum and 8on ,ft nere "LJSZ
ed the burning head of a match Sunday for Eugene where they ey- pable management of McElwain
bS hU shirt-front while attempt- J gm tne fir8J ofT t 5 Sil e onS newld
tng to light hla pipe Tuesday. year. then joining f.Mr. farnum ?dr?i ?I-UE
burning a good stoed holo through who recently expected a position J? 5 ' "
his garment and the bed cloth- wlth the Wallowa forest kervlce. road, near the J. Ownby place
lng; the heat reaching his flesh, where he now is. The programmes are out for
attracted his attention to it. He Deputy District Attorney Gor- the "Hayesville district council of
called to his wife who was busy don S. Wells spent Sunday in Oak- religious education" to be held at
about the home and the fire was ri)ige j Hazel Green, September 27. Re-
extlnautshed before any great th! Rn. vhw fimdr hare member the date!' Come with
damage was done. However the returned after a weeks outing at rour dinner basket and spend the
story might have had a very ou- Newport. ' ! lenurB
ferent ending, 1 I Herbert C. Price who shot and All Sunday school workers and
. SUyton friends of Mrs. Wm. killed Cleo Nelson ; Saturday eve-1 members, will find it prof itable
Lake have been notified of herlning, and fired a bull
serious illness at the home of her this own head, died Su
tatAF.tn.i&w. Mrs. Susan Caplin-1 o'clock. Theremalns of both werelments have been -made for the
ger la Salem. For the past two taken to Eugene. Effort ale being I children for both morning and af
years Mrs. Lake has been suffer- made to locate relatives
ing intermitently from lakage of Nelson and Mr. Price,
the heart, and was recently taken , :
lof Miss I
hope is being held out for her re-1 j PratUm
covery. j ' . .'
Owen Smith and his sister MlssJ .; Morgan Cross and family have
Evo- Smith; Edward Clark, and moved on the Ask farm, since Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Day were call- Halverson and family Returned
e4 to Salem early in the week by -from Nebraska, and took posses
ion serious illness of Mrs. Lake, slon of their place.
who Is the mother of Edward Three automobile with; tourists
Mr. Thomason has traded his
ranch here. Mr. Simpson who
was renting the place moved away
Mr. Chas. Cady had the mlsfor
tune to sprain his ankle.
Schaupp , and " Spencer Green
Men have been employed tlo
paint the Methodist church.
Mrs. W E. Smith, Mrs. Ben
Looney and Mrs. Hattle Sims were
shopping in Salem, Friday.
: Harlen Belknap, who is renting
the T. A. McKee, place, finished
picking his late hops Friday.
Mrs. J. T. Jones and grand
daughter Geraldln Jones left Mon
day for a week visit at New pert.
Mr.'J: E. Parrlsh made a busi
ness trip to Roseburg the first of
Mrs. Guy Roland gave a party
for her twin daughters. Sheila and
Shirley, honoring their fifth birth
Richard and Charlotte Jones,
who have been visiting , their
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Jones, left Tuesday for Eugene to
Join their mother.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith and
family, Mrs. B. F. Looney, visited
Mrs. Margaret Amy in Corvallls,
Mrs. B. J. Morltr, Mrs. H. C.
Shields and son Roy, Mrs. Chester
A. Lyon and children visited rela
tlves in Salem, Tuesday.
Mrs. C. H. McKoe, and daughter
Virginia ahopped in Albany, Mon
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith and
daughter Mary, from Moro. Ore.,
are visiting C M. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl , Lynes, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Roland and daugh
ters, Harry Roland, Mr. and Mrs
Earl Phelps and sons motored to
Independence and , Monmouth,
Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer and
son Rex, from Corvallls visited
Mrs. C. M. Smith, Tuesday, morn-
Many Jefferson peefile are going
back and forth to hop yards near
The junior cheerfulettes of the
Methodist church, entertained the
Sunday .school class taught by
Mrs. J. to. van Winkle, with a
taffy pull at ' the home of Miss
Marlon Allen, Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Phelps, of
Portland, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Phelps, Monday on their way
Miss Lillian Cooper who has
been visiting her grand parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Randolnh for
A chieves Power
OUTLINED BY "Y"
The YMCA program for Marlon
county during the coming year
will be more simple than before
but will contain many attractive
features of boys work, according
to announcement yesterday by
Benjamin J. Kimber. county
YMCA secretary. At least one
pioneer club will be organized in
every town, and in addition
will-be developed in: the circus,
Mr. Kimber states. Many of the
stunts are expected to be -take
offs" on various of their elders
institutions. - !
The Friendly Indian clubs will!
meet once a week, and have pro
grams similar to the Pioneer
clubs, except that they will be for
younger boys and "have more the
spirit of adventure in them." ac
cording to Kimber. The boys will
sit on the floor at their meetings.
"Friendly Indian" clubs will be J he says, perhaps rass a piP
organized for boys of the. ages of I some kind around. They will have
9. 10. and 11. The pioneer clubs! many f the regular inslgnlas ana
will take care of the activities of I customs of the Indians..
boys from the ages of 12 to 15.1 Th'lli-Y nrorram for the conn-
The year's program includes I .,, mnrm plfln,iTa than
four county rallies. . two track1' . . ... j,m-
oeiore, mm uci
m m mimmiimrmm nn
for by tne roys iue""'i
says. "It is being worked out ac- J
it.. t!!f own reanest." V k
meets, a hobby show, a bird houss erer
Klcht and Moenlng to keep
tKmCleaiw Clear aod Healthy
B Write ft Fret ytCartT
B or -
"Lye Beauty" Bock
Stefan Radich, Croatian Peas
ant party leader, is the directing
force behind the new ministry in
Jugoslavia. Radicals, victori
ous ia the elections, freed Radich
from, the prison to which he had
been j sent for an alleged con
spiracy against the government,
and installed 12 party members
n the cabinet. -
Mrs. Addle Hutchinson left re
cently for Bremerton, Wash., to
visit her son. ,
"Paul Parker of Marcola7 came
Monday evening to visit his cousin
MissiVerna McKee. .
The Jefferson public. Is schedul
ed to start September 14. Mr. T.
A. Gallegly will be superintendent.
Miss! Ethel M. Hickey, principal.
Mr. W. E. Keeler, commercial
commercial teacher. The grade
teachers will be Mrs. Agnes Brown
Miss Bessie M. Grulove, Miss Cleo
ne Kurtz, Miss La Verne Seehale,
Miss i yerna G. Cooley.
contest, and a county circus.
In the hobby show, which is a
new feature, each boy will present
some article, made by himself, in
pursuance of some particular hob-
my. Amateur radio sets, or any
thing else dear to the youngster's
heart, will be entered In the show
which will be moved about from
place to place in the county, al
lowing every town an opportunity
to see it. The bird house contest
will be staged along similar lines.
The bird hous contest has been
arranged in previous years.
Tne county circus also a new
Idea will consist of stunts from
various clubs throughout the
There will be a scries of speakers
T. O. Davis and relatives, front ltne summer, left Tuesday for the
Clark, and a sister to Mr. and Mrs. trom Nebraska passed throug here Salem visited relatives and friends J home in Idaho,
Smith. ' I this afternoon on their way to
mtn Umbeck who was serious-! Portland where they w?l! stop
lv inlured by a gun shot wound! with Mr. and Mrs. A. Harmon,
while hnntlna- at his farm 5 miles I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kleen and chll
south of i Stayton. last Sunday af-ldren and Mr. and Mrs. Branch
ternoon. Is reported to be improv- and son Irvln, looped the Hoop last
ing. Mr. Limbeck and a young Saturday and Sunday. j
Rum mrinMR were TMr. and Mrs. Fred de Tries and
huntlnc sauirrels on the farm daughter Olivia attended ihe Clac-
ln Jefferson, Sunday afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Looney and
Mr. and Mrs. Golden of Port-1 daughters Mary and Grace, and
land came Friday to visit '. Mrs. Mrs. Mary Looney, from Targent,
Golden's mother, Mrs. J. A. Mrs. Grace Coon. . Mr. and Mrs.
Yaughn, who is 111. . Orval Looney, of Portland, visited
Mrs. S. E. Wall and daughters I John B. Looney, Sunday after'
Nellies and Annie Laura, from Al- j noon.
Dany, spent sunaay in jetierson. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Flovd
jenerson people attending the Warner. Monday a son.
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-Everything wise has probably
fceenj thought and said, and all we
moderns can do is to exhibit old
thoughts in new lights and shades
1 By us Amcuu4 tnw
San Francisco 4: Portland 1.
Seattle 5; Los Angeles 2.
Salt Lake 10; Oakland 2. -Vernon
4; Sacramento 2.
Washington 9; Boston 3.
Only one ATnerlcan game.
St. Louis 9: Pittsburgh 3.
New York 6; Philadelphia Z
Cincinnati 2; Chicago 1.
Only three National games.
Cantaloupe lrrcrve I'se
small nutmeg cantaloupes. Peel
and quarter them. To each pound
of fruit allowone pound of sugar.
Boll the sugar to a thick syrup
then add the fruit and boil until
quite thick. About an hour before
taking It from the fire add two or
three pieces of preserved ginger
cut smaell, and two lemons sliced
thin. Seal in airtight jars.
New Roll Top White Enameled
I BREAD BOX
Think of It! A dandy new style roll top white rnaiw4nl bread
box with ctII stripe and lrterlag at tUU anheard of price.
1XML: KAKLY! We have oly a limited quantity.
j Watch for Our New Special Every Week
Brhfira tha nhrtaman bov fired. notlKamas county Sunday school rally 1 circus in baiem baturday were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller of Jef-
noticing that the older man was at Colton last Sunday, they were j and Mrs. Earl White and son. Mr. ferson and Mrs. John Slegmund
In range. The shot took effect m l accompanied uy miss amma staui-iua jrs. ru. Duma u cauuren, pi saiem recently returned from
Mr Limbecks face and shoulder Iter.
rauslnr a deen and painful wound. Judging from the
tn. tu. jons ana aaugnier uerai-1 a trip to eastern Oregon. - 'i
amount: or lame. jnrs. n.. j. wneanee ana son Mrs. Chester A. Lyon and chll
The injured man was hurried to stumping powder being ordered I Merun. aniriey jones. Mrs. dren from Lebanon are visiting
an Albany hospital where his tor this community a lot ot una I r urgeson ana aaugmers, n. u. i Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Morltx. They
wounds are being cared for. clearing will be done next winter, j Mars, Leslie Linny. Darren Far- are on their way to Portland.
Cities or much larger! popuia-1 iow, minora ana uusier tiamp- Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Owens from
tion can not compete wlth'Pratum I tpn. juizaDetn ana Anna Lisa. I Roseburg stopped in Jefferson,
when it cemes to doing export I aiyrtie vusDerg irom wmcago Monday to visit his mother Mra
) business. iCIand Ramsden has! has been visiting her aunt Mrs. H. Sims, on their way to Seattle
shipped through his jwarehousl w v. cioaieiter. iand Vancouver, B. C,
here and from the little! suburb I ' ,po services were held In the! Ruby Looney and Laura Mason
residences and Is built at a cost Swltser and 21 car. loadjo f wheat, Wiriauan -JT jrtninglnt Monday In Salem.
id car loan oi yuin wooa na aiaoi "u mo vuu.u. . mv-
The beautiful new seven room
residence being constructed by A.
8. Walters in the east end of town
is about completed and ready tor
the Stucco finish. The new struc
ture is one among Stayton's best
of about 14000.
; The new $7000
been shipped from here to Salem i
- . . . aau vvu mmw wvvta uu m a-u - j i
on a home like look, and work Is
being rapidly pushed forward In
order to reach completion before
rainy season sets la. This is a
truck. . " -
The name of Mrs. Paul Silk
who in chorister at the Methodist I arter a
Callnm preached at the Christian
church in Albany-because ot the
absence of their pastor.
Mr. and -Mrs. C. B. Gaines left
Saturday for their home in Bend
week visit with relatives
l . o. . ."church here appears oil the pro-
beautiful addition to Stayton pret- l ram of the Haye9Vill3 digtrlct
ty homes. , - lKnn1av. iirlinnl fonTntikn which
Rr. H. A. Beauchamp and wlfelM ,, held at Hazel Gren. Sent-
had a narrow escape from instant ember 27. j
on outing at Siletz. They were Mrs. Chas. Smith from Oreeon
passing a skid road where logs are Clty lB a visitor at the holme of her
It. W. Po-
Rev. O. J. Beadles is moving on
snot down tne mountain sioe ai parents. Mr .and Mrs
a ; great velocity of speed when I ei
they saw a log swing onto the
ckirt. ! They were signaled to pro
ceedwhich they did and in some
manner, either by mistake of care-1 rest of his family is camping
icnes tne log was reieasea auaune hop yard
hurled down, tne mountain airect-
the Thompson ranch
D. Kleen is batching
ly upon, them, striking the front
of the car in Its mad career, comp
letely wrecking it. By a miracle
only the Dr. and hla wife were un
injured, j .
Forrest Mack and wife made a
"business trip to Portland "Wed
nesday where they spent the day
returning home In the evening.
: Revival meetings at the M. E.
church are continuing nightly.
The meetings are in charge of
Evangelist Walter Tullis. who Is
delivering the message In a force:
ful manner. The pastor Rev. Linn
Is a strong assistant in the work.
Rev.- Franz from Dalles preach
ed here at the Mennonlte church
Sunday night. '
Mr. and Mrs. T. Dalkey and
eons of Salem visited at the M. M.
Magge home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvln - Capllnger circug
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. B rough ter
returned Monday from a few days
visiting at the coast. j
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Land-
wing and famil yand Mrs. Merle
Scott and son, Teddy, left for In
dependence Sunday where they
are picking hops. )
Ed. Clough, who has been visit
ing relatives and friends in the
east the past two months return
ed home Thursday and reported
having a tine time, but ; glad' to
get home. . ' , -I-' j"":'
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. jHogg and
family' were In Salem Saturday on
business and also attended the
Keith Allen was home from
Portland. Sunday, visiting his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Allen
Miss Marion Sims and Miss Gar
nett Whedbee, spent Saturday in
S&lem, and saw "The Ten Com
mandments." Roland Wall who is employed
in Portland, spent Sunday at the
home ot his parents Mr. and Mrs.
F. E. Wall. .. ,.
-Mr. and Mrs. Roland and
daughter Claudine, from Marlon,
were In Je(frson. Sunday. n
. Paul McKee and daughter Jean,
were in Salem, Friday. ,
. Orren Smith and Reginald Glaa-
sey, who are working at Harrls
burg. spent the week end at their
home in Jefferson.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lamb
moved Saturday to Tillamook,
where Mrs. Lamb will teach in the
Charlie Welch returned Satur
day from Longvlew, Wash., where
he has worked during the sum
Morris Mangjs went to Salem
Friday to visit his father Elmer
Mangls for a few days.
Eldon Dorman visited Donald
Two Lbs. for 55c
Limit Two lbs. to custome
' Only at.
133 North Commercial
The Yellow Front
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t . y
i. a . i t
have returned from, a motor trip
which took them Into eastern Ore-
gdn, Idaho, and 'Washington.
Mr.- and Mrs. U. Cox and. Miss
Tearl Savage ot Salem were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harris, Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. jMcConnell
and daughter. Norma. I Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Saurresslg Mrs. Geo.
Myers, Talbot Bennett. - Mr. and
Mrs.. Merle Scott and son, . Mr. and
Mrs., Herman Landwing and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Syron and
A meeting of those Interested tnj family and Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
lastalllng electric lights was held
at the school house one eveuing
last week. . : :. r '- - " -
Mf. and Mrs. Loyd Drorbaugh
and family of Salem visited Mr.
and Mrs;0. Fryslle. Sunday.
Mrfand and Mrs. II. T. Magee
of Scotts Mills, and Mr. and Mrs.
E. iFitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs. V.
Reever of Lebanon spent Sunday
with Mr. : and Mrs. M.', M. Magee.
Miss Lettle Wallace who has spent
the past year In southern Oregon,
Is visiting her parents. 31r. and
Mrs. T. V. Wallace. , fc ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Parson , and
family visited . friends at qranda
Johnson attended the circus In
Salem, Saturday. i " 1
,Mrs. Tom Dunagan j who was
taken . to the Salem hospital for
an eperatl'ott last week Is reported
as getting along nicely.
, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clough from
Minnesota are visiting ' Mr. and
Mrs. W. Shutt. V : :
Mrs. J. H. Elmer, of Butternut.
Wis., her mother, Mrs. Kate Land
wing, went to Portland, Saturday
morning, to attend the wedding of
her daughter.1 Viola, to Mr. Fran
cis Jeremiah;.' which , took place
SaturdaV evening. " '
Mr. and "Mrs. J. H. Klnser and
daughter, KeUl? - retqrnedl hops
Moved to - . .
178 SOUTH COMMERCIAL STREET
( Block South of Ladd & Bush Bank)
tawn and Garden Seeds, Shrubs, Trees, Bulbs,
Fertilizers, Sprayers and Spray materials
H. F. WOODRY & SON
In business since' 1907. See us personally abput your
, , . City and Farm Sales
Office and Store 271 North Commercial
lies. 236 S. ''Coral. 7- Office piione 75 or Kcs. 1813w
Owing to an oyer supply in our Rug Department we must sacrifice a large portion of our present slock.
We are offering all sizes and kinds of Rugs in this sale at a great saving to our customers. See our win
dowsand there arc many more in our Rug Department.
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in two in price
Room sue Wiltons and Axminstcrs cut right
9x12 Wiltons as low as ....
8.3x10.6 Wiltons as low ar:.L...
9x12 Axminsters as low as J..
8.3x10.6 Axminsters as low as ,
A Great Saving on all Rugg Small and Large I
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