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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1925 i
Alpha Chi Omega Dinner
- One of the season's delightful
dinner affairs was jen joyed Monday
eVenlng at the attractive new
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Cham
bers at 260 North . Thirteenth
Etreet when Mrs. Chambers, as
sisted by Mrs. Ansley Bates, en
tertained members of the Alpha
Chi Omega alumnae association
and the husbands of members at
dinner Chrysanthemum and
snapdragons centered- the two
tables. After dinner four, tables
Make Ideal Gifts
; Goods This Week
The modern cannery should be an important part of every home ktichen. Food
from the modern cannery is prepared from carefully selected products from
orchard; dairy,- field and farm. It is cleaned and prepared with utmost care,
seasoned by-teperts, cooked and canned .under rigidly sanitary conditions, in
suring fresh wholesome and delicious food on the table of every home. .
During this Canned Goods Week we are making a special inducement to lay in
a supply by-giving freflr one can with every dozen purchased. You may select
your-dpzen lots by taking three of a kind and selecting one can of an average
price as the free can. . ; , ' " ' -
Check the items you want and call us on the phone or
-:; - ''?." " - it to the Store
We feature American Club.JLibby's
:.v, y . v - MFMlCrand Vegefebles
A. C. Golden Ban- or
tarn Corn LOy
Onarga' Country OA
Gentleman. Corn... CUC
Tender Sweet- Al
Corn :..-V IOC
Prince's Solid Pck. Ofj
Tomatoes L-.htJ UJZ
Libby's Solid Pack O
Tomaioeg " C
Grand: Island S. P.
Silverdale Stan- 1 CA
dard Tomatoes IOC
A. C. Early June g
A. C. UttieOuuE OC
pion Peas ODC
2 for v..
Imported Belgium OA"
' Small Del Monte OA
Peas, No. 1 Tins.... LJ C
A. C. Cut Refugee or '
A. C. Refugee
A. C. Small Refu- OCJL
gee Beans ...1....... OuC
A. C: Tiny Refu
gee; Beans .....
All other items such as
---lobe e r
Phones 1885-6-7 ;
of bridge, were la play. 're
covers" at ? the ' sorority dinner
were placed for Mr. and Mrs. Mon
roe Gilbert, Mr. "and Mrs. Carl T.
Pope, Mr. end Mrs. J. P. Smart,
Rev. and Mrs. Martin Fereshetlan,
Mr. and Mrs-Claude Steuslof U Mr.
and. Mrs. Lewis -; D; Griffith, Miss
Dorothea fiteusloff, Miss Majmi
Victor, - Mtsa Grace Holt. Misa
Loaie Williamson, Misa Amelia
Babcock, Br.? ndv Mrs, Ansley
Bates, and Mr. and Mrs. G. F,
In this department are numerous such
articles that make the most pleasant gifts
for. one to give to her real "honest to good
We would call your particular attention to
our stocks of Brassiers made of Swamie
cloth, 'Satins, Brocade and figured Satins
beautifully trimmed in lace, braid and
silken flowers. -
75 c to $1.25
And too -there are the Modart and War
ners girdles of Brocades and Satins in
bone and boneless models.
Special prices on discontinued numbers
of Modart and P. N. Corsets. --
A. C. Green Lima
Beans . -
A. C. Red Kidney OA
Imported French yl A'JL
Libby's Asparagus "Tips,'
&.... 1 45c
Libby's Asparagus Tips,
Small . . OCr
Asparagus . ... C
Pumpkin ".' ...
A. C. Rosebud
P. S. Okra
(sliced) ..... ...
Clams, Oysters, Sardines, Soups,
the one free with a dozen sale.
- " - - 'XT- t'iiri'IJli
Thirty Day Credit Service
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C- Kinney
of Astoria are receiving congratu
lations orer the-arrival, of a little
daughter on - Sunday, November
15. Mrs. Kinney Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Moores.
Y. W. C. A. Make Plans
v Extensive plans are being out
lined by the.local YWCA for an
unusually active winter under the
competent leadership of the secre
tary, MIbs Marian Wyman. Dur
cut out this ad and bring
. - -
Label Fruit Salad
Label Grapes ......
. GRAPE FRUIT ' .
Libby's Sliced ,
(Large can) ....
Small flats ........
No. 2 can ....
Small, flats .......
Baked Beans, are all in
charge for delivery
log Miss Wyman's recent absence
In. the east Mrs. J. C' Currie, the
association house, mother; assumed
able charge of the employment
bureau in addiatoi to .filling the
position of office manager which
she now retains f orJthe tnorning
.The entire YWCA eojte Includes
a total of 16 rooms which are
leased to residents of the, assocK
ation. One-night visitors are ac
commodated In rooms reserved for
them. - t-
Of particular interest among the
girls are the classes which form
through the , winter season. An?
group of six or mora girls inter
ested in forming a special class,
along almost any linet whatsoever,
are asked to fulfill such, a desire
through the YWCA.
The association also takes pleas
ure In the acknowledgment of a
number of recent gifts a comforter
from the Naomi circle of the First
Methodist church, and 'complete
furnishings for a room from Mrs.
At a recent . meeting , of . the
YWCA board, the resignation of
Mrs. Frank Zinn was t ,a;cepted.
This vacancy win be filled, at the
December election which is being
anticipated by the follpwjng nom
inating committee, Mrs. John! H-
Albert, Mrs. Mason Bishop, Mrs.
E. E. Ling and Mrs, Alice McKel-
In conjunction with the YWCA
work the Girl Reserve work is a
matter of increasing interest. Miss
Hollis Vick, in charge df this work
ha3 already organized six clubs In
the high schools and i making
plans for a group meeting ef the
six clubs at the YWCA bn Decern
ber 1. : .
Over the week-end 12 of the
cabinet girls with their advisers.
Miss Lina Heist - Miss Mildred
Christenson and Miss Wyman held
setting-up conference at the
Joseph H. Albert., cabin at Meha
ma. ' -
Mrs. Phillips Is Hostess
Delightful among a host of No
vember bridge parties wag that of
Saturday afternoon at which Mrs.
W. L. Phillips was hostess for a
congenial group. Mrs. Phillips
was assisted by .Mrs. I. S. Mar
shall. Bronze and yellow chry
santhemums gave a delightful
floral motif in the rooms.
The guest group Included Mrs.
William Busick, Miss. Zoe Stock-,
ton, Mrs. Ted Chambers,-Mrs.
Walter L. Spaulding, Mrs. B.'Max
Page, Mrs. P. A. Elker, Mrs. Will
Gricr, Mrs. L. S. Geer, Mrs. Carl
Webb, Mrs. F- Gt Myers, Mrs.
Charles Olson, Mrs. William Bell,
Mrs. L. S. Marshall; Airs. Paul V.
Johnson, Mrs. Guy L, RathUun
and Mrs. Hal Pa,tton.
Happy Dozen ""t
Five Hundred" Club . .uw
The Happy Dozen 500 club bad
a most enjoyable evening' the
home or Mr. an Mrs. Charle Bry-i
ant last Saturday. The following
members were present: Mf and
Mrs. Harry Boles, Mr. andf Mrs,
Arth ur Johnson , M r. and Mrs, Eu
gene Dietz, Mrs. E. W. Kitchen,
Miss Ruth Kitchen, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Young and the uost,- Mr;
and Mrs. Charles Bryant.
High scores went to Mrs. Harry
Young and Miss Kitchen. Low
scores to Mrs. Eugene Dietz and
Arthur Johnson. The club will
meet again on November 28 at
the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Harry
The Woman's alliance or the
Unitarian church will meet at 2: SO
o'clock Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. C. P. Hamilton, 290
North Front street. Flans are be
ing completed for the bazaar sale
which the women will give on Sat
urday, December 5-
Past Matrons to Meet .
The- Past Matrons' .association
will meet on Friday eveninE at
Mrs- Godfrey's, 4 Oi-North Liberty
Nuptials , . .
The nome of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Cutsforth, 12 miles north of Sa-
sssMssaa Ssa - f(ssh-s t- t? A- IV
t ir- I i ill
HEAT CUTTER'S TTXIOJI KO. 280
'Meet second, ana loortu weaneay.
President " W. E. Melbum; secreUry,
CAPITAL TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO.
210 PreieBl, tf. r. Erant; wwurr,
H. D.- Pilkemton. Meets gecond Satur
day, 3:00 p. m.
CARPENTKRS USION NO. 1065
Meet Tbnra. ereninc. Artnor mer
er, yreaWeat; Wu Pettit, aeeretary.
Skilled meehaniea fnrniahed. Phone 179.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, meet
ereiy Wednesday. Fraternity Hall, S.
ii. WUlett. Se'y. Tel. 889-R. '
lem on the Pacific highway, was
the scene on Sunday afternoon,
November 15, of a wedding of un
usual attractiveness when Mis
Lucille Cuts forth became the bride
of Mr. J. Howard Booster. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Cutgforth, and the
SOCIAI CALENDAR I
i . . I.
Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety. Leslie Methodist church.
Mrs. G. W. Moorhead, 425 Kear
ney street, hostess.
Business and professional Wom
en's club. Chamber of Commerce
rooms. S o'clock.
AAUW literature class. Pro
fessor E. C. Richards' home.
Story Telling section of the Sa
lem Arts' Leagne City library.
Special business meeting. Ladies
of the U. 3. Grant circle of the
G. A. it. Armory
Veterans of Foreign Wars ladies
auxiliary. Mrs. B. S. Hamble, 395
N, 19th street, hostess, o'clock.
Leisure Hour club. Mrs- yuHs
S. Moore, 235 N. 15th street, hos
tess. Salem Daughters ot Nile club.
dies' Aid society,
ey, 1005 North
Jason Lee La
Mrs. D- W. Dew
Professor N. B. Zane's art class
City library. 7:15 o'clock
Willamette University Faculty
Women's club. Professor Wood
worth's home, 386 Bellevue street,
with Mrs. S. B. Laughlln and Miss
Winnlfred McGill, assisting hos
Ladies' Aid society of the wom
an's Relief CorpB. All day meet
Woman's Benefit association.
Special meeting. McCornack hall.
Priscilla club. Mrs. John B.
Royal Neighbors' Sewing, club,
Mrs. Sarah Nelson, 765 North
ProL Paul Petri and Lillian
Jeffreys Petri in concert. Aus
pices of American Association of
University Women. First Pres
Annual harvest home' festival.
Old 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.
West Side circle, Jason Lee LAid
society. Social meeting. Mr.s.
Alfred Vick, 1495 N. Liberty street
Woman's Alliance of the Uni
tarian church- Mrs. C. F. Hamil
ton, 290 X. Front street, hostess,
Past Matrons' association. Mrs.
Godfrey's, 405 N. Liberty street.
Annual scholarship loan tea. A.
A. U. W. Mrs. Claudius Thayer's
Jioroe, Willamette Lodge, 256, N.
Northwest poetry society. Mrs.
Claudius Thayer hostess, at Wil
Junior Guild bazaar. St. Paul's
Salem Grange homecoming. Hall,
r. . i sW '
The Safe Deposit Department Will Be
Enlarged and More Modern
Another improvement which will result from die alter
ations now going: on here at the United States National
wm De in ine oaie uepostt
The most modern new vaults
The 18-mch' walls, will be of concrete, hea vily , rein
forced, with Tsteel and steel lined. There will be. many
new satety deposit boxes in the new vaults, reserva
tions.for which may be made atithe present time. ,
egoii' st ate sua a A,
Q3ie Otttspn &tstttBOXi
PnbHsbed eer morninr (exeeot Hon.
day) at Salem, the capital of Oregon.
Dally or Sunday
Onetime 2 cents per word
Three time 5 cent per word
Six timet 8 cent per word
1 mo., daily and Son. 20 cents per word
In order to earn the more than one
time rata, advertisement mnst ran in
No Ad. taken for less than 25 cents.
Ads. run Sunday ONLY charted at
Advertisement (except Personals
and Situations Wanted) will be taken
ver the telephone if the advertiser is
a subscriber to phone.
The Statesman will receive adver
tisements at any time of the day . or
might. To . insure proper classifica
tions 'ads. should be in oefora 7 p. m.
TELEPHONE 23 OR 5S3
Money to Loan
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd & Bush Bank)
BEFORE VOir LEAVE YOUR
OR CAR HAVE IT
Phone 161 Becke k Hendricks, Heilig
Bide. 189 N Hirh St. 4-2A-tf
groom the' son of Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. Booster.
- The service was read at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon in the presence
of 60 relatives and friends. Rev,
Mr. Achor, pastor of the Wood-
burn Presbyterian church official.
Ing. The living room of the Cats
forth home was attractively decor
ated for the occasion with many
ferns and chrysanthemums form
ing the bower before which the
bridal party assembled. ' Immedi
ately preceding the ceremony Miss
Fern Wadaworth of Gervais sang
"I Love You Truly," after which
Mrs. H. D. Mars of Jefferson
played the impressive strains of
Mendelssohn's wedding march.
The bride was beautifully gown
ed in a hand-made French model
of ashes of. roses flat crepe with
long bodice and an elaborately em
broidered, overskirt. Her bouquet
was a lovely shower arrangement
of pink and white rosebuds. J. E.
Cutsforth gave his daughter in
The bride was attended by Miss
Mae Hall as maid of honor- Miss
Hall wore a lovely frock of blond
satin crene with georgette over
dress. She carried an arm bou
qnet of pink chrysanthemums and
white carnations. Mr. Everett
Booster attended bis brother ai
The ceremony was followed with
an informal reception, with the
bride cutting her own cake. Miss
Verna Keppinger caught the
bride's bouquet. Assisting In the
dining room during the reception
hour were Miss Vera Jewett, Miss
Helen' Corey, Mrs. Cecile Bowden,
Mis4 Verna Keppinger. Miss Doro
thy j Ellis and Miss Cecile Collins.
After a two weeks' wedding trip
into the Pnget Bound country Mr.
and Mrs. 'Booster will return to
Oregon to make their home at
their ranch between Woodburn
and: St. Paul.
West Side Circle
T,he west side circle of the Jason
Leei Aid society will hold their so
cial; meeting this Friday ; at the
home of Mrs. Alfred Vick, 1495
North Liberty street.
Church Circles at
The circles of the First Metho
dist church Ladies' Aid will meet
at ?:30 o'clock, today as follows:.
South central. Mrs. Walter Minier,
174.5 Saginaw street; West cen
tral!, Mrs. R. K. Ohling, 1135 Nl
Fourth street; East central. Mrsi
,Ray ,L.. Farmer. 901 Chemeketa
street; Southeast. Mrs.. Lena Cher
rington, 1344 Ferry street; Yew
Park, Mrs. Belle Hawley, 989 Oak
obtainable will be installed
SALEM ATJTO WRECKING CO.
Wheels, Tires, Rims, Fenders 1
Half Price and Less
Parts for all cars, cash tor old ears.
402 S. Chreh-Phbne 2139
SCHEELER A0TO WRECKING CO, will
buy your old car. Highest rash price
paid. '1085 X. Commercial St. Ijl3tt
GENERAL REPAIRIXX1. TIRES AXD
tubes, accessories gas and oil. MED
LER LEBEXGOOD GARAGE. Phone
564. Miller and S. Commercial SU.
We specialize' in. reconditioning motors.'
SEE US FOR TOP AND' PAINT WORK.
C. J. Itnll Anto Top Paint Shop.
Rear fire department. 5sl6tf
Help Wanted Male 11
'WflAT CHANCE HAVE I IN HOLLY
wod f " Send photograph to Fred
Wicle Pau IS8i N.! Mariposa, Holly
wood. Cal. ? llnl9
Help Wanted Female 13
ADDRESSING EXXELOPES EXPER
lenee nnneressary. .Kartt - 115.00 to
$45.00 weekly during spare time at
borne. Dignified work for honest, sin
cere persons. FRANKLYN PRODUCTS
CORP., Dept, 5451, 1143 Blue Island
TEACHER Or SHORTHAKD AXD TYP
ing. important position with good
connections. Give experience, salary
wantea a ad method oi tescning snort
hand. Mui.t have one' who can help
to organize. ' Box 3T97 care of States
We furnish all the prospects
jou can handle.. Another high
grade salesman needed at -once.
To qualify- yon must have sett
ing experience in some' lino. Bee
Mr. Gaskill, sslesmanager.
PARKER REALTY -COMPANY
409 C S. Bank Bldg.; -Commercial
ot State ;
LIGHTNING STRANGE BATTERY. COM
pound. Charges discharged batteries
instantly. Eliminates old method en
tirely. Gallon free to agents. Lightn
ing Co.. St. Paul, Minn. 17nl8'
Want T&mploymenfc 10
MATERNITY CASES TAKES AT MY
home or will go out nursing. Phone
19601W. . 19n21
WANTED BY A MIDDLE AGED WOM
an, house keeping for men. Gertrude
Ward, 160 Court;. Cottage Apartments.
FOR GARDEN PLOWING,
digging and team work.
WOOL GOLF HOSE - CHILDREN'S
r sport hose, knit to order. Hand knit
tine, t-none i-J. laa.iuu
For Rent ;
SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE- OR
- rent. Stiff's Used Furniture Store,- op
posite Court House. 21n37
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY 7",
wording "For Rent," price 10 cents
each. Statesman Business Office, on
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE, $28
-Vroom bouse, -..
7-room house. $45.
New store-building lease. Gertrude J
-M. Page. 21n5tf
Two large double upstairs of
fice rooms, for $15 per month
each. , These rooms have just
been refinisBed and are in good
condition. See ns for partic
W. H. GRABENH.ORST & CO.
. 275 State St. 21nl9
Far Rent Apartments 23
UNFURNISHED APT. FOR RENT,
Three rooms, $18.00, inst back of Elks
mdg.173 4 Cottage St. 23n21
HEATED APARTMENTS. 1335 STATE,
after Dec. 1. . . 23n22
FOR RENT HOUSES FLATS ETC.
10 to 50. - Beeke - .Hendricks. 189
N. High Street, Heilig Bldg. 23nl8tf
APARTMENT FOR RENT 5 ROOMS
; Phone ISSS-'or tall at 161 N. ISth.
; . 23n24
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14 BY
wordinR, "Rooms to Rent." price 10
cents each. SJstewuan. Business Office,
' ground floor.-1'1 - -
.'; For Bnt Rooms , 35 ,
ROOM AND BOARD. NEAR. STATE
House, modern .conveniences;' Phone
487-J; 940 MUL . 25nl8
HOOM FORfRENT IX MODERN HOME
tnreo . blocks from ataU house. AH
conveniences. 1 Gentleman preferred.
Please give references, and address A.
B, care Statesman.- --- " SSj'iStt
FOR RENT ROOM SUITABLE FOR
students, with sleeping porrh privileges.
Everything modern. References are re-
- quired. Address toom, Care Statesman.
' -- 25J28tt
streetr Naomi circle, Mrs. Reeves, ;
1785 Center street; Lucy Ann Lee,
Mrs. W. W. Hill, 1710 Court
street. . . . . ' . . :
Grange Honie-Coming Day
The Salem Grange will observe
the annual liomecomlng day of trie
organization on Saturday, Noyen
be"r.20, "iti the Ball, tjeginningr at
10:30 o'clock. , .
' The Central circle of the Jason
Lee Ladles -Aid society will meet
this afternoon at the borne of 'Mrs
LVW. Dewey. 1005 Xorth Cottage
stieet. Mrs. Dewey will be assist
ed by Mrs. L. E. Dudley and Mrs.
Daughters of the Kile
' 'Th'e' 'Salem ' Daughters' ot the
Sflltj club-will meet for; all day
jrowinr - m the Masonic ' temple.
Mrs, Claire .yibbert . and . Mrs.
Frank 51. Newton will be the hos
tesses. . , '
. , . -'
&f wing Club ' "
. i -" . -
The Royal Neighbors'.; Sewing
club w ill meet with Mrs. Sarah
Ncfs'on, 76S North Twentieth
street, for an all day meeting on
FrTd"ay, November 20. :
For Rent Houses 27
ROOM HOUSE, FURNISHED.
N. Cbnreh. -
ROOM HOUSE WITH OARAGE. $35.00
per month. .Phono 1792-J4. 27nl8
FIVE ROOM HOUSE FIREPLACE.
farnace, and pipes lor gas. tlo? in.
Phone 2044-W. 2713 tf
MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE AXD GA-
rsre, 1975 State. Inquire 1983 State.
FOR REXT TWO HOUSES TWO
flatea an upstairs 20 to SjO.
- BECKE as HEXDRICKS
189 S. High St.- Heilif Bldg-. 27nUtf
FOR RENT 5-RROM
Page, 492 N.
hoose. . Gertrude J. M.
FOR RENT-i 6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE.
UBwa-u miiiTEU KsmsssV actpwiiwuc. i
FIXE SMALL HOME TOR LEASE OR
aale. Brand new 4-room, wired for
electric ranee. Hardwood floorat 'furn
ace, etc. Price S3 600 or rraV.
Beeko Hendricks, 189 N. High Street.
Heilig Bldg. 27nl8tf
FOR RENT ONE HALF DUPLEX
house, hardwood floors, fireplace,
furnace, wired for electric range. Oa
rage. Phone 897-W. after 6:30 p. m.
For Kent Farms , SO
HAVE SEVERAL IRRIGATED FARMS
for rent. P. E. Thomason, Turner.
Ore.. Phone 6XX. !9sW
Wanted vlour csers to bring
their wheat to I'm turn floor Mill and
get in exchange 40 lbs. of the best
floor. Paved road to Pratum. Mill
running all the time. Wm. B. McCstl
later. - -- - rcott
Wantexl tleellneous S5
WILL TRADE " "rilOXOGRAPU ' FOIl
wood." 4a Cowrtstreet.
r a 1 . 1
WOODKY ..-TH, AOOTIOSZER BUYS
used furniture, to cash. Phono 311.
.... . 35atf
FURNITURE PACKING FOR SHIP-
menta. Giese-Power Fnrniture Co.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID KOli USED
stoves, tools', furniture. Stiff a tsed
Cnodg DDt.. nr)msite court house.
CsSH PAID FOR FALSE TEETH
dental gold, platinum ana discardea.
jewelry, Hoke Smelting and lief in fry
Co, Otsego, MiVttigatt." $5j2
SELL US YOUR USED FURNITURE
H. Ii. Stiff Furniture Co. Used Oooda
Dept.., opposite court house. 35m22tf
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOR
farm loans; We hare several appllca- '
tions on hand. Hawkins k Roberta
Inc., 205 Oregon Bldg. Sdl4tf
EORDSON, 2 PLOWS AXD DISK FOR
sale. J. S. llistt, Kt. l,
PIANO FOR SALE NEAR & LEU .
Beautifnl high grade piano must be
sold at once, liig saving and term
$10 monthly to reliable party. - For
particulars write Cline Music Co., AS
Front S.. Portland. Ore." 37n24i
FOR SALE ONE PURE BRED AIRE-
dale, about 2 years old, price f 10.00. -Route
3, box 7.-i, Salem. -- 37nl9r
KENTUCKY SWEET- LEAF TOBACCO.
Home grown. Home cureu, mellow
with age. Satisfaction guaranteed; 3
lbs; $1.25. Ernest Choate, Winga, Ky.
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. TES
cents a bundle. Circulation deianment
Oregon Statesman. 37tf
RECEIPT BOOXS SIZE 3" BY Vt',
50 receipt forms in book, 1j rents per
book or two for S3 cents. Htstesmsa
office, 210 South Commercial St., Sa
lem. - S7f25tf
TRESPASS NOTICES. SIZE 14x9 IXS
printed on good 10-onnce rsnvast, besr
mg the words. "Notice Is Hereby Given
That TrespasnTng ia Strictly Forbidden
On These Premises Under Penalty of
Prosecution." Prieo''15e -aeh or '3
for 25c Statesman Pub. Ca.,; Salem.
1 For Sale Livestock 39
GOOD FEED CUTTER Of XLW SMAL
ley type. Phone 1508 J. 3'Jnl9
FKED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN
Office 420 8. Commercial. Thone 1198.
Res. Phone 1606. - 39mS3tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE REGISTEREI'
Aurora Billy Jot. Phone t3111.
" 7 ' 89nl8
4-FOOT GREEN SLAB. S3.D0 PER CORD
lH-in. dry mill. 44.50 per load, ary
fir and oak. Phono ld70 W. . 43n3tt
WOOD OF ALi, KINDS FOR SALE
John II. Scott. Phono 254 or 622.
16-INCH SLABWOOD PER LOAD 13.73,
lS-inch 2nd fir per load, $3.73; 16
nrch old fir per load, f 4.5ft. Prompt
- delivery. Tel. 2314; res. 1641. 4Jn8tf
i i BEST CRADE OF WOOD
, - 4 ft. and 16 Inch. '
1 Drr .mU wood.
Green mill wood.
Dry second growth fir.
Dry 4-ft. ash, and oak.'
FRED E. WELLS.
Prompt delivery and reasonable price?,
280 South CUrca. Phone 1542. 43fl't(
16-INCH OLD FIR SECOND GROWTH
oak and ash. Phone 19F3. ii. L. Msy
field. 4311 Stf
GOOD COAL--DRY WOOD
HILLMAN FUEL CO.
TELEP1TON E l53f 43jCPtf
Poult ry and Efegs 5
MALLARD DECOY DUCKS FOR SALB
Zetland, 373 IState tod I'acilie High
way. - ' t - ; 45nl3tt
100 -WHITE LEdHOKX PCLLETS. 5
mouths old.' tl.-ii sack. - Call 1363-J.
TWO STONE MARTIN FURS.
FURNITURE UFHOL8TERINO A M
repairing. Giesa-Pawers Fnrnituro
Store. - . ' - 51s20tf
H. B. SEAQROVE FURNACE AN"
sheet metal hon mored to 631 Mill
St. - Slsntf
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