The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, November 17, 1925, Page 6, Image 6

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Dr. and Mrs. Darby. . v ...
Entertain
One : of the most delightful
among "week-end affairs was the
Lire hundred party on Saturday
evening at which Dr. and Mrs,W.
H. Darby were hosts fo the 4lea
nure of a group of their friends.
The rooms were lovely with dec
orations of rose and gold'chrysan
Lhemuma. Delicious refreshments
'vera served following the playing.
Airs. W.' I. Needham assisted the
fostesa. ..Mrs. Charles .Wiper .and
Sr. W. J, Needham won the card
honors of the evening.. mJ '?
In the. group. . were: Mr.,, and
Mrs. W. I. Needham.. Mr. and Mrs.
. Busies: . Mr. , and Mrs.
Charles Wiper, Mc and Mrs. Her
bert, i. Stiff. Mr. and Mrs. Homer
II. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. William
McGIlchrlst. Jr., Mr., and -Mrs,; O.
I. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H.:
t'ooley,Mr. and Mrs, J." C Perry,
Mr.andMrs. H. JV. Cornoyer, and
the ' hosts, 'Dr. and Mrs. W." !H.
Darby.' "'" ' " ' . " - ,
Miss Roberts to Assist
Miss Mildred Roberts, younger
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. John J.
Roberts will assist about the
rooms at the anticipated tea in
Portland, on Wednesday, of this
week which Tthe Jim, Military
Alumni association will hold. I A
musical program will be featured.
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Young Salem Poet
Honored . 5 . , ;!
,-ft, u
Mrs. William A. Warren (Eu
nice Galley) has the distinction of
being' the only college student in
the Pacific northwest to win men
tion this year in the annual Witter
Bynnef Undergraduate Poetry ton
test sponsored by the Poetry So
ciety of America. . Mrs.., Warren.
won eighth place in the preference
of, the Judges against more than
Ax hundred, entries, according to
the bulletin just issued and list
ing twenty of the most promising
contributors from colleges and
universities throughout the coun
try.' , v . . '
, Judges for what Is probably the
most notable, contest, of Its. kind
sponsored in America ; were "three
outstanding' figures', in. the -field
of poetry -Sara .Teas dale, George
Sterling, and Witter Bynner. Mrs.
Warren, who is ajunior. aCWil
lamette ..Tlniversity, excelled Cor
nell University, .Mount.., Holyoke,
Smith College, and 'Harvard Uni
versity, poets "with her entry, J'Sati
u r day's .Child.'
Mrs.; Warren Is the wife of Wil
liam Warren, news reporter on the
Guests From Seaside
Dr. and Mrs. Ray Logan, and.
daughter, Marguerite, of. Seaside;
were the guests of Salem relatives
one day last week. They motored
on to Eugene for the TJ. of O.O. A.
k C. game on Saturday.
Miss 'Becker to Tnsbect
Miss Margaret Becker of Port
land, who is department inspec
tor for thejOregon department of
the Daughters of Veterans will in-
spect the drill work of Barbara
Friebshle tent, lJo. 2,"lhIs evening
-November 17 In the auditor
mm or . the. Salem Chamber of
. Commerce, at 8 o'clock. Addition
al guests for the, inspection .wil
be the O. A. R. reterana and .the
Sons of Veterans,; ; v f .
Griner-Hatch Wedding !
Miss Helyn Hatch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Rr T. ltatchjo Van
couver, Wash., became "the. .bride
of Raymond VGrUier at a sim
ple service yesterday at the home
of her parents.. - 4 1
The-bride Is amember.'of an
old pioneer, family of .Oregon. Her
grandfather, ;P.;H-'Ha,tciv4aice:io
O.regoi'f rom the Uailanv islanda
in :iS43. . and . her,.,grajadm6ther
crossed the 'plain's in a covered
wagon in 1846. Since 1907 her
family has made its - home in
Clarke county, Washington.-f-rOre-gonlan,;
v jj r .ifr..ivV
Writers' Club Toniaht I .'l
. Howard McKIaley Cornlng.v of
the .Northwest Poetry society, will
be a guest it the meeting this
evening ,of the Writers', club at
the home of Mrs.-C. A. Kells, 920
Leslie street. I ;t t rV
"Five Hundred" Party
On Saturday ; .
A grottp- ot twelve were guests
of Mrs. Ed Keene on Saturday for
an . enjoyable five hundred party.
Mrs.' . Claude Tp wasnd vtoV. th
Hbwak, KaH; TWivPeopl
SIcCo5b Cod IJvT Oil Compoand
. Tablet ; incTnaLso yonr
' weight 5 pooisds jot SO 'days or
' yO w drujcgJst Is svaititdrlxed to
.' return famr money. j ,
1
No more "will Veak, thin unfor
tunate children' cry In : protest
when thi rtsstyv lishy-Ustlrit;, ior-rlble-smelling
cod .Mvef U. is
brought out, ' ; .-" : 1 vv
v Medical science progresses rap
-Jin and bow yon can ?et at your
ugglst's jeal, genuine cod . liver
- oiL in ' sngar-coated tablets ..that
yoring and old can take Trltft ease
and pleasure. ;. t.. ..
; Even the run-down, and skinny
grown-ups, who ought to take cod
Uver oU. .beeause : it reatty" fa-, the
greatest, rltamlne food and build
er ot. healthy ties a In the, world,
will .feel, extremely, joyful, ubin
they read this welcome news. 5 ;
TIa, ; run-down, anaemic men,
wocca and cUldrea vliQ fieei to
SOCIAL
s
AUDREY BUNCH, Phone 106
high score of the evening and
Mrs.' Charles' Rusey the- low,, in
the serving of refreshments at a
late hour the "hostess was assist
ed by Miss LaVelle Keene.
Those making up, , the three
tables for the evening included,
Mrs: John Spong, Mrs. Charles
Parmenter 3Irs EV Crawford,,
Mrs, . C- Durant, Mrs. Claude
Towhsend. Mrs.. T; iW'Da;vIe8, Mrs
M, Dennis, "Mrs, : Olmsfead, Mrs.
Milton Stewftrt, MrsC. H. Busey,'
Miss La Velle Keene, and the hos
tess, Mrsv 'Ed Tveene. ' " ' ' '
Mrs.' Starr' Return -
j Mrs. L.E.-: Starr for Tillamook,
Oregon, has returned to her hpme
alter a two months', visit at. the
home of Mr. and Mrs.. W. B. Dun
can, going by. way of Portland.,
Mrs. Starr -and Mr. . Duncan are
brother and sister.
Sliss ifarvih to Speak .
,t The fine arts department of the
Oregon., Feder'aflo n . Of WOto ena
clubs ;wUl conduct an all day in
stitute Saturday, November. 21, at
Central library with a luncheon
session at The Portland Telegram.
Mrs. James B Brockway, chair
man of . the department, who is
spending the winter in New York,
has designated .the division heads
tp take' charge of the Institute with
the assistance of the state presi
dent, Mrs. Saidie Orr Dunbar, ' j
,.MrSi.Hugh"H. Herdman, chair
man Of the division of literatare,
will have as Speakers', Miss Cor
nelia Marvin f-of" Salem;' state '11
brariaa, , an? Mra. "Doris. Smith.
The latter' will speak on "Pageah-
try"- and: the lrbrarlans' will speak
i-J r.Ki-1. ..k,.- .iK....
club women in the- preparation of
their programs.
Sewing' Club to Meet
A meeting ot the Barbara
Frietchie Sewing club will be held
this afternoon at;the home of Mrs.
Pete Phillipe, 650 D street.
Neighborhood Fair "' .
A good time is assured every
one Tuesday evening, Nov. 17th,
at Liberty community hall, when
a Neighborhood Fair, supper and
bazaar will be held. i
The farm -prod acts are to be 1
. . i
shown here which will later be ex- I
niblted In Liberty booth at the
Salem Corn Show.
A cafeteria supper will be
served continuously from six till J
elght o'clock p. m. The bazaar will
afford, a nice selection of linens
and household necessitiesmany of J
wwen .would make acceptable
Christmas gifts. J
7 The proceeds from all sales
made wui te used to finance
school lunches this winter. I
- everyone is welcome from far I
and near. Come and help a good I
cause.
Highland P.-T.
The Highland Parent-Teachers'
association will meet at 8 o'clock
this evening at the school. An
interesting program will follow
the regular business session.
Card Party in Series
The, fourth card party in the
series sponsored by the St. Vin
cent du Paul altar society will
take place today in the Parish hall.
.
Ladies of the G.A. R. .
A special Dusmess , meeting oiiiamette Lodge
me-Laaies oi tne u. S. Grant cir-l
ele of the G. A,,R. will be held on
Wednesday at . the Armory. . A
noon luncheon will be served!" noon ne laaies are continu
with 'thVAT-Rr-members and iS wtth work on new articles for
the .state presifehahd inspector
as"gnestst At the business meet -
ing In thfr' afternoon the work
win be . Inspected. " All members
are njrged to be in attendance.
Woman's Benefit
Association
The Woman's Benefit assocla-i
tiou'wlll hold a special meeting on
Thursday, November 19, in Me I
Cornack hall. Plans will be made
at this time for the Albany rally.
Ladies' Auxiliary to Meet
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
ladies auxiliary will meet ' , at 2
o'clock Wednesday afternoon' at
the home of Mrs: Bolton S. Ham
ble, 395 N. 19th street.
W. R. C. Ladies' Aid
: The Ladies' Aid, society of the
Woman's Relief Corps will hold an
all day meeting at the Fairgrounds ,
on Thursday, November 19. i Af
covered -alsn .dliraerTslU 9 served
erow 8 1 rone and take nn fllt atp
advised to get a. box of McCoy's
Cod Liver Oil-Compound Tablets,
and if you don't gain 5 pounds in
30 days your druggist is-author-ized
to hand yon -back the money1
yon paid for it. V' :
"One woman "gained -fifteen
pounds in five weeks, according to
her own d o c t tf ranothef ten
pounds In three- weeks, - 'A Very
sickly " child. aged f nlner twelve
pounds in seven months, and nowl
plays with other children and has I
a good appetite. - i "
Just ask for McCoy's Cod tiver
Oil Compound Tablets. - J. C. Per
ry, Central Pharmacy, B. J. "Fry.
or any druggist will tell you that
thejr "are. wonderful ,: flesh; and
health builders. Oniyl60 cents for
6 0 .taplets -and don,'t forget that ,
they". JatfeTVondet jrorkenl' tor.
feeble old'fblks; re;i.,fc
I Get ' McCoy's, ; the Original and
genuine; and beware of imitations.
EWS
SOCIAL CALENDAR I
.
,v : Today " "
Chicken dinner. Central Con
gregational church. Corner 19th
and Ferry streets. 5:30 to 7.
Writers' club. Mrs. C. A. Kells.
hostess. I '
Chadw'lck chapter, Order, of the
Eastern Star. Regular meeting.
S o'clock..... .' , i '- y,-'-" '
WCTU Hall. 2:30 o'clock. Dr.
Norman Kendall Tully, speaker.
ONS club- Cathryn Bate. 950
K. Summer street, hostess.-
; Merry-Go-Round dub.' Pr. anl
Mrs. C. II. Robertson, host a.
Neighborhood fair, supper, and
bazaar. Liberty community hall.
' Barbara Frietchie tent. Daugh
ters of Veterans. Chamber of Com
merce rooms.
St. Vincent du Paul altar socie
ty card party. Parish hall.
Highland Parent-Teachers' as
sociation. 8 o'clock.
Barbara Frietchie Sewing club.
Mrs. Pete Phillippe, C50 D street,
hostess.
Auxiliary of " the Sons of Vet
erans' sewing club. Mrs. H. R.
McWhorter, 590 N. Summer st.,
hostess. . '
' Wednesday
Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety. Leslie-' Methodist church.
Mrs. G. "W. Moorhead, 425 Kearney-street,
nostess.
Business and Professional Wom
en's club. Chamber of Commerce
rooms. "8 o'clock ' '
AAUW 1 literature class.' Pro
fessor E: C. Richards home:
Ctftl"w Tallinn eatttAn rt thA Co
1'em Afts" League. City library.
Special business meeting Ladies
of the U. S. Grant circle of the
G. A.'R. Armory.
Veterans of Foreign Wars ladies
auxiliary. Mrs. B. S. Hamble. 39f
N. 19th street, hostess. 2 o'clock.
Leisure Hour club. Mrs. Willis
S. Moore, 235 N. 15th street, hos
tess.
Thursday
Professor N. B. Zane's art class.
City library. 7:15 o'clock
Professor N. B. ZaneTs are class.
City library- 7 rl 5 o'clock
Willamette University Faculty
-
Women's club. Professor Wood
worth's home, 38G Bellevue street,
with Mrs. S. B. Laughlin and Miss
Winnifred McGill, assisting hos-
teases
Ladies Aid society of the wom-
an's Relief Corps. All day meet-
Ing. Fairgrounds.
Woman's Benefit association.
Special meeting. MeCorna'ck hal.
Friday .
Prof. Paul Petri and - Lillian
Jeff reys - Petri in concert. Aus-
pices of American Association of
University Women. First Pres-
byterlan church
Annual harvest home festival.
pid People's home, 1525 Center
street, 2:30 to 5 o'clock.
. Salem Woman's club classes.
Club house. Psychology and
"Know YOur Town'
Miss Cornelia 'Marvin's class in
modern thought. City library.
Saturday
Annual scholarship loan tea. A.
A. U. W. Mrs. Claudius Thayer's
I home, "Willamette Lodge, 255
N.
ICapitol street.
t Northwest poetry society. Mrs:
j Claudius Thayer hostess, at Wil
junior Guild bazaar. St. Paul's
I Parish house.
liae new and second-hand ready
1 tO-wear bazaar which they are
j Pianaiag for yecemoer loia rne
jniembers of the society will prob-
; UNCLE BILLY ; '' '' - ' . ' - - " -' ' '' ' '5LL
in" -T WV.Vv"XTOUVDU ACV TV, I SiV 1 XViVO HO'JO TO VAK f I ( -rW UV C Hr& TVV I I '. VI r ' . . ' '
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DOHOTHY DARNIT " ! . ' , : - r. . By Charles McManus
g
Union Rostet
MEAT CUTTES'g UlTIOH , HO. 180
mcani m& fsarlk WalaMdsy.
rldei( W. -K. Mcibnrm; Mmtary,
obrt Pads. . -:. . , v j - , ...
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CUPITAIj TTPOGKAPHICAli UHIO HO.
810 Praaidaat. U. . Itui; Mratry,
Jl. D. 1'iikcBtoa. MaeU Mcud Sator
4syJ 3:00 p. m.- , :
CARFEKTEB' 8 USIOS SOt 10S5
Meet Tbura. Taniaf. Arthnr Tack
er, preiidaot ; Wm. Pettit, seereury.
flkilW mH-hsT. fnrniihd. Pbona 170.
FRATEBXiL ORDtB Of JCAuL?. aaat
Terr Wednesday. Fratarnitr Hall.. 8.
M. WilUtt. Boc'y. Tel. HSflfc.
ably; hold a meeting each week
till' the time for the bazaar.'
Faculty Women's Club
The Willamette University fac
ulty women's club will f meet on
Thursday afternoon at the, Wood
worth home, 38G Bellevue,-Assisting
Mrs. Woodworth as hostesses
will be Miss Winnifred McGill and
Mrs. S. B. Laughlin!
Auxiliani Sewing Club . . "
The Sewing club ofthe, Sons of
Veterans' Auxiliary will meet ,thfi
afternoon at the homeitf Mrs.
H. R. McWhorter, 590 NL Summer
street. " . .. ,
Leisure Hour Club : -
The Leisure Hour club wyi" be
entertained on . Wednesday after
noon of this week at the home of
Mrs, Willis S.-Moore,-4535 Nottb
15th street. Mrs.8 Elizabeth Lamb
will entertain with Mrs. Moore.
Catholic Activities "
. On Tuesday November 17,. the
social committee of the -Catholic
Daughters of. America will' be
headed by Mrs. S. J. Gentzkow
with the following assisting: Mrs.
J; Napoleon Rocque, Mrs. Albert
O'Brien, Mrs. R: I. Dibb, Mrs. J.
Meyers. Mrs. II. Zielinkski. Mrs.
J. Lynch and Misses . Margaret
Lebold and Rita Bretano. The
committee announces a very Hvety
meeting with music and games
predominating and with some
thing unusually attractive wind
ing up the evening's entertain
nient. ' -
The fishpond and postoffice.
the last of a series of three show
ers which was to be held at . the
home of Mrs. Albert O'Brien on
N. Capitol street, has "been
changed to meet In St. Joseph's
auditorium, Wednesday', Nov. 18,
at 2:30 on account of illness in
the O'Brien home. The firsttwo
Lodge Roster
showers are being held to collect fit came. time to leave, the officer
the supply for the booths ofbe'Ith .charge demanded money before
pre-Tbanksgiving carnival to ?el
held In St, Joseph's auditorium
Nov. 22, 23 and 24. At this Wed-Upat he wants no money for ser
nesday meeting the ladies ,,s,wfllfyiees rendered should always be
sew on articles for the" fishpond.
Refreshments will be served byr
by the committee.
Missionaries Relate Perils
, A letter far out of the ordinary
has been received in Salem from
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Randle
(Marie Crawford) of Suifi, China,
by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. Henry
of ; Polk county. Mrs. Randle; the
author of the document, will be
remembered as Marie Crawford,
daughter of the late Prof. W. J.
Crawford and sister of Mrs.Wayne
Henry. Mrs. Randle, a, graduate
of the Salem high school spent
her entire girlhood in the vicinity
of Salem. For the past fiver ami
a half years she has been associ
ated, with her husband as a mis
sionary representing the mission
ary society of the Baptist Foreign
society. Mr. and Mrs- Randle are
the parents, jqf thfee cbfldTen---
Helen, Lois Marie and Jack Craw
ford Handle,. xha latter. jko .both
haying been -tor ip,,Jhy:
The ' letter -which Mrs.. Handle
!
CCtjt 'Orison fetattitean- j
PakliahaJ ry maraia (axeapt Va.
ay Balaift, tfca ! al ol Orafoa.'
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ane-tima rata.
, Adrtlavu (neopt Partaa!
tad eitnatieaa Wtntod) trill bo takaa
tar tha elpan if tka adtartUar U
anbaorfbar to plun.
Tka Pt terms will raccivo advar
tltcanU at any tima ci tka day r
atfkt. To iaturo proper eUifioo
tioaa ada. aoold bo la baforo 7 p. aa.
TILXPnOSB Si or tSS
Ivtoney to Loan
On Real Eitata
. (Oar Lodd A itaak Bank)
befObs t6u i.jsxtb Torm hosii
OE CAB HAVK IT
Insured Properly
Phone 161 Deck- lc Htodrickt, Heilig
, Bids., 189 N. Hijfh St. -28-tt
sends follows in i part: , "Every
summer missionaries in Snific go
to Mt. Omei to escape the heat of
the' plains. This is a trip of six
days by native boat or one and
ane-half day3 overland with car
rying coolips. ''' Thia year,
on. account of the unsettled politi
cal situation, there were many
robber, bands along the river and
travel was considered unsafe. Gen
eral Whang, the new Suifi sene
ral, being an inquirer from the
Unina inland Mission, was very
friendly lo the missionaries in
Suifi.. so he promised to see us
tnrough to Kiating even if it re
quired as m'anv as 400 soldiers to
do It.
We had planned to leave Suifi
on different dates ranging from
June 23 to June 30, in order that
there might not be any congestion
in Kiating. But inasmuch as the
general had requested that we all
4eave at the same time in order
that one company of soldiers
might do for all, it was agreed
that we all leave Suifi on June
27th
The general, had said that we
there to have free escort, but when
'would begin the trin Knowing
fttat the statement from a Chinese
taken with a grain of salt, Mr
Graham, whom we hay styled 'Ad-
mlral," gave the officer $200.
Our boats numbered 27 in all. The
freight comprised 20 boatloads.
Our military escort filed along the
river bank at our side or went
ahead, presumably to clear the
road of robbers.
': Just a few li from Suifi we en
countered swift water which made
hard pulling for the trackers
The tow rope on our boat got
tangled up with the tow rope on
another boat and later in its own
bamboo roof. The boat bumped
on a big rock and broke a hole
some three feet long. It looked
as If; we would have to wait two'
or three days to repair our boat,
pr hire a new one, but it was fin
ally decided to shut off the dam
aged compartment from th rest
"of the boat and let that compart
ment fin with water.
We crossed the swift water safe
iy this time but were unable to
ACTOMOBILES
8ALEM AUTO WKECgDlO CO.
WkMila. Tiroa, Riraa, Feodcra
, -Half Fijtce and Leaa
Part for all eara, cash fur old ear.
402 S. Church Pfioue 2159
, IsStf
BCHIELEB AUTO WfiECKINO CO, wiB
boy your old ear, tugbeit caak priet
paid. 1083 If. Commercial St. ljlttf
ACT0 REPAIR INQ 8
GENESJLLi REPAIRING, TIRES AND
tab, aeeeaaorias, gas and oiL MED
LB LKBENGOOD OARAGE. Pbona
584. Miller and 8. Commercial 9U.
Wo apeeialiaa in rocond.tioninf motora.
Sa6tf
AUTO TOPS
8KB US JVH TO? ND PAINT WORK.
j. 4. du Auto T6p ft Paint Shop,
(tear fire department- 5-16tl
HELP WANTED Male 1 1
'WHAT C "II ANTE HAVK I IN' HOUA'
wood?" ' Send photograph to VtpA
eiirt Paul, la3t X. Mariposa, Holly
wood, Cai. j 11 ii 19
SALESMEN
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SALKSMAN YOITXO MAN TO I.KARN
the sewing machine business. Will be
instructed in house to house canvassing.
Hmall salary and commission while
Ifarning. An opportunity to connect
with a world wide organization and
build a profitable and permanent busi
ness. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 519
Court St., Salem, Ore. 15nl7
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you can handle. Another hifrh
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To qualify you nust have kill
ing experience in some line. S-e
Mr, '&.-kill, salesman r.
l'AKKKK KKAI.TY COMPANY
409 V. S. Hank Bldg.
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M.VTKRNITY CASKS TAKKX AT MY
hrmif or will go out nni-Miijr. Phone
19601W. . 19n21
EXPERIKXCKD
sires position.
' STENOGRAPHER DK
V'houe 2265 W. 19nl7
WAN'TEll Hr A MiniJl.K AfiKD WOM
au. house kef-pint: for men. (lertrude
Ward HIO Court. CuttnKe Apartments.
19nl!
RF.FIXKI YOINC. LAIY VISHFS
housekeeping and care of children. Kf
ficient and reliable. Silverton. Box
19nlT
WAXTKD GF.N'KKAL 'HAL'MNO,
per hour. Contract hauling.
210C-W or 1577 K.
$1.S0
Call
19nl7
EXPERT DRESSMAKING
Lome. I'lione 220.1 W.
AT YOUR
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FOR GARDEN PLOWING, BASEMENT
digging and team work, pbone 18F3
I9ml4
WOOL GOLF HOSE CHILDREN'S
tport bote, knit to -order. - Hand knit
tine. Pbone 1778-J. 19a30tf
FOR RENT
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SEWING MACHINES TO -SALE' OR
rent. Stiff 'a Used Furniture Store, op
Tosite Conrt'Houae. 21n27
SALEM MARKETS
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GRAIN
No. 1 wheat, white $1.36
No. 1 red, sacVed 1.31
White oats .., .40
Gray oats .i .42
Barley-... .80
PORK, IfUTTON AND BEEF
Top bogs 9(S9U
Sows ; 12Vi
Dressed hogs 15
Top steers .05.06
Cows . : 2.50 5.00
Bulls - 33H
Spring lambs, 80 lbs. and under .12
Heavier 10 10
Dressed veal .13
POULTBY
Light hens '.
H-avy bens
Old roosters
Broilers
1516
... 20-21
6(5)8
'11
EGGS, BUTTER AND BUTTERFAT
Butterfat '. .56
Creamery butter 57-58
Egg - - - .38
Standards j .46
Selects : ...-.... ' .50
Milk, per ewt. 4 v . 2.44
Cf!l(THilf Sunset Smelter com
pany building 50-ton ere smelter.
21
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14- BY Tfc"
wording 'For -Rent." price 10 eenti
each. Stateaman Boaiaaaa Office, oa
gronnd floor,
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE, 123.
7 -room house, f 45.
New store building, lease. Gertrude J.
ItV.Page.; , 2,Jn5tt
for rent
two large doubln upstairs of
. fice rooms, for 1 15 per. month
each. . These rooms have just
been refinished. and are in good
condition. See us for parties
ulars. . - -
W. If.. (' RAlJEXHORST &. CO. .
275 State Kt. - 2lnl9
FOR RENT Apartments 23
IIEATEI APARTMENTS, 1J
after Dec. 1. -
STATE.
UNFURNISHED -.APT. FOR - KENT.
Thre rooms 18.iTii, just bark of Elks"
Btdg." 173 Cottage St." .23n2I
NIOR FtT&NISHED APARTMKNTS, 365
N. High. .. 23nl7
APARTMENT. FtR RENT, 5 ROOMS
Tt-t. 1825 or call at 161 N. 13th. 23nl7
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14 T 7V4.
wording, "Room to Rent," price 10
centa each. Statesman. Businaca Office,
ground floor.
FOR REXT Rooms 25
ROOM AND BOARD, NEAR STATE
House, .modern conveniences; Phone
487-J; 940 Mill. 25nl8
ROOM FOR RENT IN MODERN HOME
three blocks from state bouse. All
conveniences. Gentleman preferred,
riease give referencea and address A.
B., care Statesman. 25j28tf
POR RENT ROOM . SUITABLE FOB
tiadenta, with sleeping porch privileges.
Everything -modem. Keforenees are re
quired. Address room, car Statesman.
' . :- 2528f
FOUKKXT Hoiascs: 27
7-ROOM HOUSE,
X. 'hur-fi. ' '-
FU-KNISHEU. 129H
' - 2Tnl 9
r
8-KOOM HOt'sK WITH GAKAOE, f35'0O
per month. Phone 4fr2-J4. 27nl8
FIVE ROOM HOCSK EIRE PLACE
furnace, and pipes for .Has. Close in
Phone 2044W.. 27nl5 tf
MODERN SIX-ROOM Hoi:SK AND OA-
rage, 197") State. Inquire l'.)83 Statp.
27nl8
FOR KENT TWO HOUSKSt TWO
flats an ipsri -tin to S5n.
BEC.KE HENDRICKS
r89 N". High St. Heilis Bldg. 27nUtf
8 ROOM 98 N.
papered, painted
LIBERTY. NEWLY
shadxs- throughout,
$28.00.
9-rootn S90 N. Libcrtj', good, condi
tion, $2:i.tMI. J'hone . 17F:1.. Sho
through Hicliiding Sunday. 27nl7
FOR . RENT r.-ROOAV FURNISHED
house. Gertrude Jr AI. Page, 492 N.
Cottage. 27n7
FOR RENT fl-ROOM MODERN HOUSE.
paved street, garage. .. Telephone
445-M. " 27nStl
FOR REXT Farma 29
t HAVE SEVERAL IRRIGATED FABMJ
for not. P. E. Tkomason, Tttraer.
Ore., Pbone 6 XX. . 29sltj
6tTAP3
S3
WANTED FLOUR USERS TO BRING
their wheat .to Pratum Flour" Mill end
get in exchange 40 lbs. of the best
flour. Paved road to Pratnm. Mill
running all the time. Wm. B. McCaU
ister. -33-o3tl
WANTED Miscellaneous S3
WILL TRADE PHONOGRAPH FOR
wood. 446 Court street. 35n22
WOODRT THE AUCTIONEER BUYt
used furniture for cash. Fhone 51L
35arl
FURNITURE PACKING FOR SHIP
Dents'. Gieae-Powers rnrniture Co.
85s20tl
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR USED
HoMa, tools, furniture. Stiff's Used
Good Dept.. opposite court house.
: i S5m22tf
CASH PAID FOB FALSE TEETH
dental gold, platinum and discarded
. Jewelry.. Hoke Smelting and Refinery
Go, Otsego, Michigan. S5j2
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOE
farm loam. We have several applies
tions on hand.' Hawkins k Roberta
In. 805 Oris Jwjr. - ft114
FOR SALE
3T
FORD SON, 2 FlrfOWS AND .DISK P0S
ale. -J. S. Hiatt. Rt. 1;,63FIS
; - .... ,, , ; .: 3T o3
cirr.r. rra vnrru iTas-n ttb v-i'i'i mv
H. U. Stiff Fumitura bo. .-" Ued Good
FOR RENT
tlfgsniafi
FOR SALE
FOR SALE ONE PUKE BRED A1RE-
dale,-aboBt 2 years -old, . price flu. tin.
Route 3, box 78, Salem. . 3"atft
ALFALFA. GRAIN, HAT, TIMOTHY,
Oats, Barley and Wheat, guaranteed
quality, prompt deflTery. Prices upon
application. Kir hard Nyman, Walla
Walla, Washington. - 37al7
KENTUCKY SWEET LEAP TOBACCO.
Home grown. Home cured, mellow
with age. Satisfaction guaranteed; 5
lbs. $1.25. Ernest "Choate, Wings. Kv.
, - ' - 37II-J2'
FOR 8 ALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. TKft
centa a handle. Circulation department
Oregon Statesman. 37tt
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE 3" BY
b0 receipt forms in book. 1A cent pet
book r two for 25 cents.- Stateamat
office, 215 ftoatu Commereial St.. Ha.
lem. - j? : 37f25U
Treapasa Notice, sit 14x9 Inehea
printed on good 10-ounc eanvaca bear
ing the words, "Notice Is Hereby Giv
en That Trespassitig is Strictly Forbid
den On These Premises Under PenalH
.of Prosecution." I'rir t5e each or
for 25e. Statesman Pub. Co Salem.
Oregon. ' S7aH
FOR SALE -EtTe Stock 3
FRESH JERSEY $-45.00 HOLSTEIX.
heary milker. Will trade for hwf.
170 N. 25th St. ' 39nl7
FRED W. LANGE. VETERINARIAN
Office 420 8. ComraereiaL Phone 1198.
Rea. Phone 1666. 89m23U
FOR SALE OR TRADE REOISTF.REI)
Angora Billy Goat. Phone 93F4
. 39nl9-
WOOD FOR SALE 5 43
4-FOOT GREEN SLAB. $3.90 PER CORD
lG-in. dry mill. '94.50 per load, drj
fir and oajt.- Phone 1879-W. 43nf.lt
WOOD OP -am;
KINDS FOR SALE
Pbona 254 or 622. -,
-: . -8b23
John H. Scott.
16 INCH SLABWOOD PER LOAD $2.75.
Its inch 2nd fir per load, $3.75; lrv
incli old 4ir- f er load, $4;50. Prompt
delivery. -STel. 2313; res.. 1637. 3nhtf
BEST GRADK OP WOOD .
4 ft. and 16 tnofe.
Dry mill wood. -
Green mill wood.
Dry second rowth fir.
Dry 4 ft. ash, and osk.
FRED E. WELLS.
Prompt delivery and reasonable prb-e,
280 South Church. Pbone 1542. 4m6tf
18 INCH OLD FIR SECOND GROfvTH
oak and ash. Phone 19t3. U. '.: May
field. 43(18tf
GOOD COAL-DRY WOOD
PROMPT DELIVERIES.
HILLMAN FUEL CO.
Trt.FPHOVE 1055 43j2t1
POULTRY AXD EGGS 45
MALLARD DECOY DUCKS FOR SALE
Petland, "273- State and Pacifie high
way. . 45nl3tf
100 WHITE LEG MORS PULLETS. 5
months old. $1.25 each. Call 1365-J.
45ntt
- MISCELLANEOUS
TWO STONE AIARTIN. FURS.
2135-W.
PHONE
51n21
FURNITURE " UPHOLSTERING AND
repairing. Giese-Powers Farnituri
Store. - 51s204
H. B. SEAGROVE FURNACE ANB
- sheet metal shop moved to 631 Mxi
St SlaflU
SALEM FUEL AND TRANSFER CO.
. 752 Trade St.
'Wood, Coal, Briqueta and Transfer
Price righi 8ervice the best. Dai
'phones, 13 and 529, Night phone 1606.
Call n. Sl2ri
FERSONAL
55
HIZZ TREAT3iENT
FOR APPENDICITIS
'It-Is-WonderfuL" Free information
Address Hiss Co., Portland, Oregon,
,1 . 55sl-1921
310ErY TO IXAX
CITY BUILDING AND RESIDESCH
.'loan repayable like rent. Prempt serv
ice. A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
Realtor, Loans and Insurance
147 No. Commercial St., Salem.. Ore
57n6U
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Long time, low rata interest, easy
- payment. Investigate our Voan plan.
PERRINB & MARSTER9
212 Commercial Club Bldg.
57o29tl
REAL ESTATE LOANS t- YES! QUICH
Service. .Money always.. 2u4,Orego
Bldg. Phone 141. . 67o29tl
ABUNDANCE OF J UNDS TO LOAN ON
improved, Willamette Valley farms al
low rata and on long time, -.- '.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT. Realtor
Loans and Insurance
147 N. ComJ.t.St., SAlem, pre. 57o25H