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:.. ';Z-' . tiuiiisday morning,-December 241925-
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SUCCESSORS TO WELLERBR0S..
WE MAKE NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY
Phones 48 and 4a - , . . . - . . . 155 North Commercial St.
Fresh Country Eggs
Fresh Creamery Better
per lh " ,
- J - NUTS t
No. 1 large else Calofornia Walnuts
per lb. 1.
California Baby Walnuts,
SCANNED FOODS '
? Something Better for Your OiristJHasu.nr
j ft W. Baby Kernel Corn
1 7 cans Vt----i-
1 doua cans .
8. W. BruBsel Sprouts,
No. t size can, ;'Jrcaia..-.:fc...
Lily ot Valley small Refugee Beans
per , glass Jar.. '. .
I4ly, of iTallejr gifted ,Pei:' f 4
. per slassiar :..L..'i..L'i
10 pounds - U
Choice Oregon Waluns
per lb. ... . .., ..
Large Imported Walnuts
Fanfy Braiil Nuts, large size
2 r ll3 nwt
Faacir Bolt ahelled Almonds,
3 lbs i ...
Fresb Roasted Peanuu, Dice large oaea J o
8.1b.. . 4BC
. , 28c
faney White Caalinower, Spinach Greeny, Swiss ChardlCreens Brussell Sprouts,
Fresh Ripe Tomatoes. Fresh Artichokes, Red Cabbage, Jumbo Celery
4 , And many others too numerous to mention
We WvWi sr Wdyi4? !
1919 . Dodge dclirery vhirh
' bei and new naiiif Ttiis' in
a wonueriiu ouy xor any one
who has delivery work to
do. The. price (s right. .
Hurry and get this snap!'
New Red Scar lteconu '
Single laced, 23c ana 35c Stiff's
Furniture Co. . w , d5tf
Choice HoUy ; '
For sale in City View cemetery.
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j Ba'T. Slilfer to Speak
in connection -with Saturday
night's special meeting at Salva
tion Army, Fred G. . Fisher will
be the soloist and Rev. Carl F.
Miller the speaker.
And night at Mellow Moon. d25
Xmas Dinnerware Special
H. L. Stlft Furniture Co.
(CITF NEWS IN BRIEF
mm'1'Hm1Wl'Wff'm,TWm'r tiffiimmmuMfrfmfimmmmmmi'mmm ttttt mans nj niiaM n1 iiimianaww
Gonlott Silk Hose, 3 Pair '
For 14.50. Howard Cdrset
shop,-1 53 S. High street. d24
Trade What Ton Have
For what you want. See Ter
minal Realtor, Terminal hotel
And . repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture company. s20tf
Gambling J Charged .
Fred I nn is of McCoy and John
Robertson of Salem were arrested
last night in the Romaine ft Long
pool hall and charged with gamb
ling chips on the side in a rummy
game., Innis deposited Z5 ball
and Robertson, unable to furnish
bail, was held in the city-jail un-
tilhecan hare a learing this
The Salem Silver Fox Co.s
. Farm will be closed to visitors
on and" after Monday, Dec. 28.
Sunday, Dc. 27 being the last
day .on which visitors will be
shown through the farm. Sales
of Fox have been good with the
company. One sale of a pair of
proved reeds 'being just closed
this week at $1650. Person com
ing tov htf "farm' on business' will
be welcome Sny time. Salem Sil
VerFox Farm. d24
v '.'1 .(.Contiiued on pi;o 4.) .
At the home of his son, C. W.
Moore Thirteenth and - Mission
streets,, Monday, Dec 21, ,Mnley
it. Moore, age 75 years, ratner or
Crawtord, Xleorge and . Edward
Moore,, and Mrs. Ralph D. Gibson.
Funeral services Wednesday, De
cmher: 23. at 1;30 p. m.. from the
Rigdon mortuary. Interment in
IOO F cemetery.
At Albany, Dec. 22, Mrs. Mary
C Wisner. at the age of 86 years,
wife of the late William Wisner,
mother of Mrs. R. O. Williams
of MeMinnville. Mrs. S. W. Fen
der sad Mrs. H. C. Voss, both of
Albany; J. W. Wisner of Los An
geles and J. B. Wisner of Port
land. She was the sister of Al-
phae Haas of Seattle and Mrs.
Alvina Woodward of Ohio. Fun
eral services will be held Dec,
23 at 2 p. m. at the Rigdon mor
tuary. Interment will be in City
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OREGON: Moderate ;tempera
twe; light southwest winds. Max
imum yesterday, 64i J mjallnum,
ii;, river, 9.8, rising rainfall,
trace; atmosphere, part cloudy;
Hr Ii. Stiff
V Furniturf Co. open
until Xmas. 4 v '
Av W, Booth4 of talent was arr
reeted - Wednesday, by., Office?
Hickman on a charge of speeding.
He was later fined 97.50 by Judge
- And night at MeRow Moon. d25
Alvln Grahama. who was arrest
ed Tuesday night on a charge of
being, drunk.was fined 10 Wed
nesday by Judge Poulsen
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Christmas Dinaer, 81.50
At Hotel Marlon 5.4.5 Aq 8
harp Slap Seryc . ... ,
-h.'JVIoved -.to new f location.
Ferry t., Salem. Phone 394. d26
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ViBif in letw
Mr. and Mrs. W- Crary win
come up fronj Roseburg today to
spend Christmas with their son, J.
B,.. Crary, secretary of the ' boys'
division of tbe Salem YMCA.
Get : your . while our stock la
complete. IL L. Stif f Fura. Co.
Wanted Family Man
' To cut wood or log.- See Ter
minal Realtors, Terminal Hotel
Lobby. . . d22tf
Community 8ing Held
Ben J. Klmber, general secre
tary of the copnty YMCA, reports
that a general community sing
,wa -held- at Auburn Sunday af
ternoon. Dver.iOO people turned
out for the program,
And ; repairing;,' 'Olese-Powers
Furniture company.- . V' s20tf
8prtal Ileg. to-9lOJiH)
Coat style sweaters.
Mitts Filbert VIsUs
Miss Hazel Filbert of Holly
wood made a short stop at Silver-
ton on her way to Seattle. While
here Miss; Filbert visited with the
DeSart brothers, who are old time
friends of hers. :. Miss Gilbert re
marked that -she. was so well
pleased wjth ;sirrerton" that she
; might return; to make1 this her
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Cut lav -
E. C. Wetrerby of 554 Univers
ity street sustained a eat lip "tm
Wednesday when the car in which
he was drrins -c-ollitled wittf a
truck driven by R. O. Lewis, of
Salem. The accident occurred -on
; Hand-Mad Ha Ddkerchk-fa 9 1
Howard Corset' shop, 153 : S."
High Street. - i d2
Toys for the Cbildret
At Stiff's furniture store.
Last Minute Suggestions!
Musi or for a' Merry Christmas at
Moore's Music House. d24
AU Xmas Card:
Special Reg. 87.50 to 810.00
Coat style sweaters. $4.95.
Last MlnulY Suggestioms i "'. . 1
Music for. a Merry Christmas' at
Moore's Music House, d24
Last 3IindU JSuggeston: t vr- .
'Music foir'a Merry Christmai'at
Moore's Music House. d24
Mrs. Page Is 111
The f rienda of Mnk Gertrude J.
M. Page wilP be sorry to learn
that she Is confined to Iter home
with tilaess. having taken sick
ten days. Mrs. Page was some-.
what Improved .last night,
Julian Burroughs, a student of
Oregon Agricultural college, also brt Arnajl tcopntbi
a cnampton uiver nere in me i Phvsician and surceon
northwest, is spending bis Christ
mas vacation at bis Dome in sa-iw L.-Stiff :
Jem- TOgetneV Wltn I. U. UOUg- ' Vnrnftura fn nn.n
Car Stolen -
i Eugene police report . to local
headquarterB tbt a. Chrysler 6--4a
Oregon) liceivv. -.J.12-6Q2,
was stolenifrpm that cify between
8 and 10 o-'clock"Tuoday evening-
To Conduct Tripw- .
; An - educational trip, .during
which several of Salem's large in-
ussirtai piania ana eiata -iaasi.ii.u-
tlons will be visited, will ba, con
ducted next . Monday - by. Ben J.
V Klmber," general secretary of the
Marlon ICounty YSIC .Last Mon-!
day Mr. Kimber visited eight
grammar, spboola .4b the county,
inviting tbo.boy pupils tv-JiAn
band for the trip. ;Th trip wiR
staft at 10 a. m. and will come
to a close at 4'p.im.
oOO Cj clame
200: primroses. 200.- Jerus,
poinsettas, "other mas '-plants1.
ilaruny's greenhouse,. ZX Wilier.
Speeder Aixestilf i -
J B. Ringer of Sfeleuv W krrcet
ed by officer Hickman Wednesday
on a tcharge of speeding; He was
cited Ho appear .this afternoon.
One License Issued
. Jesse F. R. Wile,; a miner, and
Frieda Parazoo.- both - of Suthjer-
lin, Oregon.- were Issued a mar
riage license Jn. the county clerk's
office yesterday. -
Pomerdy & Kccnd
Jeweler - and' Optosaetrlste
V ' f. 6ateu, Oregou -1
1 UNi)Kft VvoOb
J ISrect : Factory Branch
849 Conrt Street - - Phona t81
, Typewriters Rested 8old
?. , U-iJRepahred; - "
ecigl rentaf rates tojtndet.te
V. F. WOODRY & SON
Ascttoasm ao rsrattare SmIsti,
Mt sm ftr vU rsrattnr. f ten
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Of fic Phon9 "5 cr Ilea-
Exclusive nistributlon ,
For.W, W, KlmbaU pianos. -. A.
Chase, Davenport . ft -Tracy,
Bash ft. Gerts. . Moore's Muslo
House. 409-415 CourL 320tf
Last Minute SuggestfOHs! -
I . music i or a merry vurisimus u.i
paoore s Music House. d24,
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Birth Is Reported-
Mr. and Mrs. J. RLong of Sa
lem received ' a daughter Decem
ber accov djpg' to a report re
ceived at the : office of" the" city
health: of fleer.'! She has been
named" Gloria Be Loise. . - '
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las Mr; Burroughs la spending sey-1 unjj mas.
erai pours a eay at tne uryitai
pool. .He is thought to be ona of I Am Voii "Puzsledi
Lthe four best divers in the United, j About a gift fer; Her? Ifj f
KraTPa nr rno nroopni tirna navint i . . . - .... . w. i
, mere is a specialty suop at 4&3f
won honors at northwest confer- Court fitreet where tue lady .lDj
enca raeeU.held last summer. He Lvnp,a . K, vmt
will try for world honors at Uv Lultable ( gIft ln the IIne ot
7u ,7. . ' , ""," . Underwear. . hand-made handker-
4a.c . 14BOV Ki0vu lapw oewvus it;
win-honors in aquatic circles for
fhiefs, or something in Esprit de?
It singeth low in every heart;
We hear it each and all
A song of those who answer
However we may call. "
But, crh, 'tis good to thing of
When we are troubled sore;
Thanks be to God that such
Although they are no more!
, John W. Chad wick.
W. T. Rigdon & Son
Ferns' and Flowers
For Christmas gifts-at Plant's
greenhouse 129& S. ISth. d24
1928 Calendar Free, .Homer IL
s; Smith Ins." Agency, over'Mn.e'rs.
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At his late home at 791 North
Commercial street, December 22,
William Ellsworth Purdy, at the
age of 83 years. He is survived
by his wfie, Oily J. Purdy, and
nine children: Mrs. Grace Sears of
West Salem,- Mrs. Winnie Parry of
Jerome. Idaho MrsGladys. Wy
gant of Astoria, Mrs. k. n. Baa
sett, Mrs. R. F. De Sart and Wil
liam.Jr., , Kenneth, Lloyd, and
Fernr, all of Salem.' One brother
In Pennsylvania also survives him.
Mr.-Purdy was a member" of the
Charapoeg lodge, AF &,AM. Fun
eral services will be . held from
the Terwilliger funeral home on
Thnrsday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. H.
f. Shanks and Rev. R. L. Putnam
will officiate. Committal services
wiR be held ait the Lee Mission
cemetery under the direction of
the Masonic fraternity.
fHAT you will have tomorrow
depends upon what yofi save
today. Indeed, your entire future
rests upon your answer to this
question, "Can you save money ?"
State Savings & Loan
Chas. Wiper, General Manager. '
Ileilig Theatre Lobby 189 N. High
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In this city December 22, Nich
olas Bubalo. Funeral announce
ment later by the" Rigdon &. Son
At ' a local hospital December
22, Amanda Bailey; at the ageot
7 3 years. The remains are in care
of the Terwilliger funeral home
and will probably be cremated.
At a local hspital, December 21,
Frances London, age 4 years. The
remains were forwarded t Port
land for funeral services by the
Terwilliger funeral home.
Toys, for the- Children
At, Stiff's furniture store. d5tl
Special Ig. 870 to 810.00 p
Coat style sweaters, 94.95.
Bishop's, -.v-. wS '- - d24
I A'mour Toilitries.
The, W o m a n' s .Evangelistic
prayer meeting wil be-held today
at 9 o'clock at the ; houje of, M rs.
Xuias Dinnerware Specials-
Hi L. Stiff Furniture Co.
Light Tour tree with our $1.23
tree lights " Limited amount at
this price. Halik ft EoXt electric
shop; , , s s . d24
-Fred Ilollett of Salem was ar
rested., Wednesday afternoon , by
Officer Olson on a charge of be
ing; intoxicated. . Time was not
set for his hearing.
A New Pipe Organ Record- - -
' By the new electrical process;
a real treat. Stop- ln at Stiff's and
' Eastman Brothers
Salem Office 163 gf HIh
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x H:U TP S .P. M.
167 D Street Telephone 2313
Due to tbe fact that the two G. A. Park, 1486 Chemeketa
former editions ofthe "Come to I treet Mrs' Frk will be-leader:
Oregon" 1 9 75 pamphlet have been
all glveri out the local Chamber.
All Xmas Cards
JMlaeral fr your better Ifrmlth
y o.r irec inieoriew write Ui H.
Gazeley. ' b pedal - repTeseniauve.i
!tPfeiSltl anicat lon?
jf -Paeif iH Odfe . No. 5 0
'S to. tj parfdsetol con-
ductingfhe iufterat. efl our tlate
. . ... . aaaaag. auciuvc,.. . VI;
Charapoeg lodge Nd, 27 o Canby,.
Oregon, at MaBonic Temple at 1
At a local hospital, December
21, Nettie Mc Adams, age 21. Tbe
remains-will be forwarded to Stt
verton by the Terwilltger funeral
home for funeral services and interment.
Leaven for Kansas
Miss. Mary-. R Sayjes a'nd her !
Standard, Klrtric U. v
Waffle Iromr, lift; regular price
14, Halik & Eoff electric shop:
92& Calendar'. Frw-, Ilialp H-r
mltu- ins. Agency,, .over iMiUoru.
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'ire Bjprd-' T U JJ. ..Jv
Tne Kaiem fire department re-,
spopded toa ca)l at Summer and
Center streets last , night. The;
fire ..was in a chimney and was
extinguished, immediately, Prac
tically no. damage wasTeoortfcri'"4
Fails te Dim
L. D. McFeeters of Salejn i was
In this city December 22, Ber
nard J. Morltz, age 73 years, hus
band, of Mrs. Volene Moritz, resi
dents of, Jefferson, father- of P. J.
and'J. 'J. Moritz of Salem, Mrs. C.
J. Jamieson of Brookings. D.,
Mrs. W. O. Egeland of Glenlefit,
S. p.. Mrs.-Johanna Baumer and
Mrs. Herman Ilabbcn of Germany,
Mrs. H. IL Bosch of Nchalem, Or.,
Mr. Chester Lyon of Portland,
MyS Henry: c: Shields of Jeffer
son and Miss-Flora Moritz of Jef
ferson. Funeral services will be
held - Saturday, December 26, at
1:3 p. m. from the Rigdon mor
tuary, ntcrmuut in City View
cemetery. ..... .
mother, left Wednesday afternooul f lnad ss bv 3uas irt,.i-. wh
fbT Wichita; "KanBae, where they LM.'M .ii.. , i.,.
iJUjSpendtho Christmas kolldays.J iJfrhta ...
Mias.Sayle is a teacher '"at Salem;j
high school. It Is understood she
will, be back by. th time school
is. resumed. -
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121 South' CkMninercial
' - The Battery t Man
. Call Oftr- Sorvie Cr,
Vo Cairgt .for Short yipx Upi.
5.11 Coar Ht fJlKim !"
ror the right kind of matertalf
and the very best vorknaa
blp call m , . , . .
Powder tnd BtiprCp. .
178 a. Commercial Phone T2S
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A MERRY CHRISTMAS
"A loat of: bread, a Jug and
; ...thou." c- -
That's what Old Omar Said.
I case that he were writing
.He'd say Frulk-ola-Nut .bread-
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.dcneral Banlnng Bu:!a
QZU CMZf trexs 19 sl Uf
Balem s Leading
pays dash For ftsndtore
J Bestdeace aad Store -
,1810 Norti 8ujnjoie :'T
PHONE 511 '
"tMJ&li&eA Shtce 1818
'Trcate by Osteopathy" arid;
the-Jatest electrical Therapy!
IntludiniDrf Abram's 'elec
tronic system. ;
v vXo chargq f or consultation
DK iLnirrEV ,
rPliyslciaa and Surgeon
AT 2 P.M. r
' OUR SPECIAL
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Happiness and Heartaches
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Hard; knocks and softened blows, sweethearts and
- rivals, alley fiffhts and strett games, feature the r
heart story of Little Annie Rooneyi it'waif of Nw
'York's slums,4 and " ftevex Was J.Iary, Pickford more i
appealing, more laujjhter-provok.ng, more .. tear
' compelling:; than in this portrayal of' the impish,2
t ragamuffin, hoydenish'role that'made her ;-, Y '
i .The WprlcJ's. Sweetheart
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TODAY - FRILVAX-SATURDAY
MATINEE 35c 'EVENINGS 33c 59c '
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