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S15 Boat Comnerctal St, Salem, Omta . .'
. J. Hsndrieke
Fred J. Tmh -
Le It. Kerriaaa -Leslie
AaJred tJeh i
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- - City Editor,
- Society Editor
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toeloty Editor- , ,
a the Peat Office la gUa,
ABUNDANTLY SATISFIED: How excellent is thy lovtng'kind
ness. 0 God! therefore the children of men put itiefr trust under the
shadow of thy wings. They shall be abundantly aatisfied with the
fatness of thy honne; and thou shalt make tteem-drink-or th rirr
of thy pleasures. Psalm 367. 8. - - r. i i ij.
5 THE CHERRY CITY
All the great sweet cherries of the world produced on a
commercial scale were originated in the Salem district the
Lambert, the Bins, the Black Republican the Long: Stemmed
Waterhouse; all except the Royal"Ann or Napoleon. And one
authority includes the Royal Anm Any way, the Royal Aral
is .brought to perfection hi; the Salem district '
. . So Salem was rightfully named "The Cherry City of the
World'' by A. F. Hofer,a"number of years ago, when heSw
secrttary of the SaIem"S)nimercial Club, now the
Chamber of Commerce
TAnd SaTemWf Hved up to that name and is capable of
living-more superbly up to it ; qualifying for the high honor
by.Jbtoth quality and quantity production. I ' , ' : , ,
The natural conditions are here; the right combination of
soil and' sunshine and showers. ; The growing of sweet3 Ihlr
ries.ori a: commercial ,s9ale, excepting for a fe sections of
Michigarf, is confined io' the Pacific coast; and the best cherry
district of this coast is the Salem district ; best in possibilities
of both quality and quantity production on a given number of
acres, and having the lowest priced lands adapted to cherry
growing, and scores pf, thousands of surplus acres of such
land. J ', . VJ.' -V : - HkfrjSnl
r'.The CherriansV.Saiem'srfamou good wri and "Booster
organization, withf their fine Cherrian band, typify the inter
etf this section in this industry. ' , .
t .The rules for successful sweet cherry growing in the
Salem district are not numy. ' Very briefly, they, may be sum
marised: ' , '.;
; i Upe Mazzard stodk, set in the orchard for grafting.' t i
SlU& pollenirers. X ; , s w : !. T ;i
- . -Keepi honey bees? V ;,? - -
, "tHpe Properly. - ; .u . , " . -
: J Spylyhfineeded; and especially is thia? necessary; in
most years in tteproifuction of high-quality black sweet cher
ries, ike the JUmberts and Bings.i v . , ;:-V;;-;fc; ;
f 4 The Maizard stock will keep away, or make more easily
lontrolled the gummosis!
i. There must be pollenirers,
Honey bees should be provided, because the polleh of the
cherry blossoms is not carried by the wuid. It'must be carrie.d
by insects Bees wiD do this; they will work for their board,
willinglyi and return you a profit besides.
. Pruning will increase the spread of the limbs, and keep
, them nearer to the ground, withn easy picking distance.
r , Disease control is well covered by the Oregon Agricul
tural college experts, in timely bulletins and circularsr :t r
-We can grow, scores of thousanHs of -tons more sweet
cherries than we do, of the very finest quality produced on
AOv4tt .; - ' V - . , . ' i1 . t
carxn -'.--; . -
- And the era of such production would come about quickly
if tangress;c the tariff rate on
cherries front 2 cents a pound to 6 cents a pound; the rate
that was asked, for and Bhould have been irrahted when tho
bill forthe present acrwas. under 4MmsideraUonlThisikaald
guarantee a fair price always for the RoyaL Aim cherries
needed for maraschino manufacturimr: The tmfAirnmTiPffi
tfon from. Italy, Spain and;
I"a"r- nore Koyal Ann trees more or less hazardous. -t.;r' .
. One of the avenues of great promise for the marketirior
of pur. cherries is the fresh
cities, reached by cold storage
enormous expansion in the black sweet cherry branch of the
inaustry. , i -
The Slogan, editor of The Statesman, has been hammering
away for. years Tarid years on the idea' that' thdfe must be
more honey bees in the Salem district to insure the pollination
of the fruit blossoms. The bee keepers of both Polked
Marion counties are how organized, arid preparing to push
their industry to the limit; to make it agreat ;mdustry;
Which is welk -In fact, it is a necessity. If there1 is a doubt
ing Tliomaslef tin this section, he is Irivited U VfliTieire?
of Mrs. W. AUones in the Slogan pages this morning;. Honey
bees atid fertilizer' raised ' the yieU,of -her eightrfr'rry
9r?har4 mtwo years from five tons to over twenty tons.The
twenty tons were produced this year, when we had a very
; mAs Christmas draws near the hearts and minds of men
3 and, women, youth and children yearn forsome W
pression of .Christmas Altruisriu to this;.5..
America the spirit of Him who went about dolngod tmder
burdens and sacrifices, arid who gave even His" life to" er
..' petuate and vitalize the noblest, best impulses in human life
urges us on with special emphasis.o actsjotkMotoejs
; brance and thadty'-f:- -- t --mx.t t'usrzr
In the dispensation of good che.er and kinIyxamplesfof
k helpfulness which is included in. the XfarVtmasihdthe
individual reaches out beyond even the ties of his home and
; kindred To emulate the example of the Savior of mankind,
. - -.-iJ 't-.if-S.'p:-.?
"W. H. Henderson v- Ctretitattoa Maatfer
-RaJpa H. Ktetiing . AdTwtisinf hUaacer
Frank Jukeikl - , . laaegar Job D-pti
E. A. Ithoten ....... Livestock Editor
Hi ..C Conner - Poultry Editor
TELEPHONES J '? - Vi
Clrcnlation Offw;e.5S3 Sewe Depertment2B 10fl
1M Job Dtpirtmcat..... ;...U..58
Oregon, oa eecdnd4iaae natter.
because all sweet cherries are-
France makes the planting f
fruit mark f tH h?
shipments." This may jus!iTy
he gives to every Ijving creature within the. radius of his eht
jironmeht 'warm greetings" and the lielpihg han:d-r He'give
6f his means in j common with others,' tQ the unfortunate of
his own and foreign lands.. .He dispenses charity, according to
his means wherever he finds iieed. -All the world to him
arebrothers. 4V-' ' t- ::rr
In response to the annual appeal for charity arid in' appre
ciation-of the; true meaning of
noi oniy gooa wm .iowara.oiners.DUt tne aesire-lor some .form
of community effort. And with the plans for poyous obser
vance of Christmas" in the. homes, schools and churches comes
xi x i '"' ' " . - .
inesuggusnon anu piuns ior communuy expression oi tne
Christmas spirit. . . . -. ' i
The custom of community Christmas trees heralding
from" conspicuous' settings the radiant cheer of this season is
becoming" more general as the, years go by. At least two
benevolent organizations of this city will sponsor Christmas
trees in public places this year. The Benevolent Protective
Order of Elks and 'the Salvation Army will play "Santa" " in
thus dispensing Christmas cheer, as is their annual custom.
Appropriate exercises will be held all over this city and
the nation, in ' the homes, churches, . schooTi. and elsewhere.
And during this ChHstmas season every citizen may; help, in
some way, through some sacrifices, some contribution, which
will result in his own and in his community's uplift., To ob
serve properly Christmas is a sacred, joyful privilege. " "
The Arizona Sheriff
Tale of hia adrentnrea, kia eonrae,
aia hnmor, his keen intelligence aa
collected by Major Grerer F. Sexton,
"Tha Deputy from Yavapai County."
How wttk nimble gnn and motor ear
be brings awtft and aura Jnatico to
"Confound them doss; wish
every cur in Yuma was taken out
on the desert and buried," fumed
Sheriff Jim. Chappell of Yuma
eounty, daring the hot spell at the
end of July, when the thermom
eter read 115 in many nearby
points. ' '
4 ' "Every ten minutes that cdn
sarned telephone rings and some
one yells there's another mad dog
to kill. We're using up a lot of
good amunition on a mess of dogs
t,hat ain't wdrth their -salt, and it,
keeps my deputy running around
like a locoed steer." . . v,
: R-r-ring', goes the. telephone.
; But now the sheriff's eyes right
up and he yells quickly: ' '
"Get your gnns, Billy; and you
too, Bert. Bring the six-guns and
the rifles. Three men have held
up and robbed the bank at' Gads
den . - .r ,- ' : , ; . -
"We'll have to get a move on
us, for Mexico ain't far away.
Thank heaven there's an end to
this mad dog killin' for. once."
, ' Gadsden isl 4, miles away to the
south, over the desert, but the
roads that wind around desert
buttea'makett 22 utiles."
But 22 minutes from that tele
phone ring" Sheriff Chappell's
atudebaker, loaded with, deputies,
drew, up in front of thetGadsden
tank, where he learned' for the
first liine that the bandits had
slain S. T. Hobbs, paying teller,
35 yeas old. -
He arrived so quickly across the
blazing desert, ' that folks were
too excited to give much of a -description
of the men or say. much
about where, they went, except to
Free to Radio Fans
: 'Dix!JEn;crxcErtT r r '
' Portland. ; : 'J
:OO-7:0O tGVr WLiJ), Vort-
7:30-75 KGXy (401J5) Port-iand"-
8:00 CFAC (4.M.8) Calgary,
Canada. Bedtime story, radio
6:30-7:30 KHJ (405.2) Los
' Angeles. History story;
Christmas party for kiddies.
6:00-11:00 KHJ (m-SJ) 'Los
- Angeles. 6-6: 30, Lelghton or
, chestraj 6:S-7:30, history
story; Christmas eve party
for KHJ kiddies; 7:30, Rev.
Gordop Calmer ' of . South
Park Baptist church r -7 : 4 5,
talk on nealtnt Srlji; Christ
. mas eye progran) tot wprld
- 1 famous Christmas carols and
M sacked, "music, . ,Rttlt Pitts,
m soprano: 10-11 Clark's dance
orchestra: - -6:15-11:00
- 6:16, traveL1" talk ; -6 : 3 0-7,
, -concert -orchestra; 7-8, Wtfy
(Watts arid hti ukuere;"8-i,
program;-; 9-1 6'- program:
""lfr-ll, West's dance- orches
: tra. ' . ;-
0:.tO.ll:0O KFT (467) Los
4 Angeles.- Vest pocket concert;
S:45, radiotoriai; 7,- KPI
. T Oratorio society. - presenting
. .. Handel's "Messiah"; 9. mus
ical program;. 10, Examiner
program . -u -t
6:40-11:00 KPO 4lJ) Bah
Francisco 6:40-7,; LInd or
; j, chestrai 7-7:30VSeiger's or
chestra ;' ff-V stud to; prbgrahrf
ri l oi i:;Coakiey; ; cabirians.;
7:00-12:00 KJR . C34,4) Se
. attle.. 18:30, letndlo prd-
U'V.srau; 8;30-10r DamskI or
L hestra; i0:3O-X2. ."Keen
Radiating,". . Order of
Christmas there is manifest
point to the Colorado liver-- bot
toms a thicket of , tangled cotton
wood, creosote j wood and thorny
cat's claw bushes. . ' .
C. C. Sharpsteen of Yuma.4 Stu
debaker dealer, had left Yuma
with two "other deputies in the
old . "Gray Steak" holder of all
automobile tiftje records on the
desert, and Jim .was , wondering
where they were A - phone call
f romlSomerton,' ejght; miles' back
reported that their car ad drop
ped fnto-a short arrbyoj tolled over
tjhq, baik, of 'Jutte ia 'feeCand
had almost "killed '5fnttf;ef, in
iiiriBB a deputy. Bud Dohkwsley.
I -Tre'.f. thrfee .br'us that's
more than' enough'' sajd Ail sher
iff ot. .the fclear nine ' ye? who
needs no spectacles, to read, even
after all these years,: and . they
plunged into the thicket regardless
of exposure to fire. . -
; Much has been written in fjc
t ion of the skill of -n -Indian in
following a seemingly unmarked
trail through the forest. No In
dian living could have1 followed
the almost imperceptible trail of
the three bandits, who-had with
them .only $6.S as the loot of
their murder,, through this tbick-4
et and over the stony dry washes,
more swiftly than ' ilm Chap'ptell.
, A bent twig, one displaced stone
fmoYg ten thousand these sher
iff Jim read like an oDen book
In a small patch of sand) no larger
than a kitchen table, he read the
marks showing thfi'trio had re
moved their shoes and plunged
into the Colorado.
.Across the river is TUja Califor
nia, or Lower California, as it is
written in the school books.TJl,e J
sheriff couldn't drive his oa.rJ
tnrough ten feet of water -so weat
back to." telephone his friend,
Francisco Peralta, inspector of po
lice of, this .part of Sonora. . . .'.
Next morning Mr. PeraHa's
crisp messajre to the sheriff was
that' two undesirable Americana,
captui-ed at' San Luis and Algo
dones'. ' Mexico, would be kicked
baek across the' border that after
noon, with six-shooters empty,
their bullets: in the left-hand
pants pockets of the smaileVman
and -an -old sackontaininir $658
tied to the- belt- of. the all otje.
The men had refused to- givef their
names. ' - ' ' '
But when -the sheriff reached
tha boundary he found; apparently
idly chatting in groups scattered
through the 1 "town. about . .fifty
residents of Yuma and Gadsden',
all armed to the teeth andi few
carrying cowropes; thottgh there
isn't a steer within miles of there,
and alirwanted to borrow. thekheri
iff's-fTin ferthia purpognr an-
tb?. .r t'l " Jv..t trl
That meant a lynching, and
Sheriff- "J inf,; whfr IiasyncQn
ple of them in hiniday- ak-a spec
W t Jrse,; gp iufa; hasty
com ra u n fcation 4wih; iefe peralta ,
veloped I that "Mr.; peralta' would
be so busy that-aft'erndon.tt'rnfght
be several days before' Jie" could
get around to hoisting the undesir
ables .out of Mexico., -
. And the . sheriff .really had no
business , there, ,o he : turned ithe
Sudebaker back across the desertl
So the .matter rests as this. nar
rative Is "written. One of .these
days, .when. Peralta has more time,
wnen ChappeH happens . to" he
driving along that way, and when
there aren't a lot of armed '"men
with cowropes. handy by t6 witness
the dtemf iture f the.; twecmen,
the murderers will be kicked out
Ot -Mexico. ' r
-It probablywiH be. 4,uring ' the
night, and -By- morning the. sher
iff's Studebaker wllL have" carried
theni both. td, PhQnJx;;404 miles
I3fej'?.. Telephone. A
away,' across , the,, desert'.- aAd
through the mountains, by a side
road"" not ' passable to horse and
wagon,; and wlU. be . pulling kak
upto .the courthouse at Yumq
witktwo sleepy sheriffs within.
That's old stuff to the" sheriff's
car that1 408-mile run in one
nlghtr.ir hai "made that trip sev
eral, times . .
"An' sure as ishbotrh', prdph
siea :"feherif f Chappel, "soon'R we
git set down for a nap and a little-
rest, that: ornery telephone will
rlng.and somebody yellin':
''Mad dog .out Jiere, sheriff;
come a-runnin' and kill hfm.'.
"That's the trouble of being
a snerlff in a hot country-.' :
When wijliam IL Crane was
young, he "had the actor.s - usual
vaunting ambition to play Hamlet.
So With his first profits he1 organ
ized his own company and he went
to"aft Inhind'weftefn' t'owntd give
vent to his ambition and "try it
Xt.". .;'' ..
When he came hack to Nvew
York: a -group of friends noticed
that the actor appeared to be
"What's the matter. Crane?
Didn't hey appreciate it?" asked
one of his friends.
"They didn't seem to," laconic
ally answered the actor.
"Well, didn't they give any' en
couragement? Didn't they ask you
to come before tne curtain?" per
sisted the friend. '
"Ask me?" "answered Crane.
"Man, they dared me!"
;'rt7hat did yo, learn 4t: 4he,
schqwt?" thebotft raakatl'the fair
youngirpljfant- for the- tenog-
; "T learned ,.v -she'. eplia th'a t
sDetling"i?3 essential to a stenog
rapher.'' . : -;- -'
The1 bdsa chii&ieii ' ' ' 1 A
"Good. 'Now 1ft me hoar you
speri .-essential.' ' - - -
"There are three ways," she re
plied. "Which do-you-prefer?'1
And she got the Job.
- A woman of philanthropic ten
dencies was paying- a . visit to a
lower Eastside school. She was
particularly interested in a group
of poor pupils and asked permis
sion to question them..'
"Children, which is the greatest
of all virtues?"
I No one answered.
' "Now think a little- What is it
I am doing when I give up tme
and pleasure to come, and talk
with you for your oWn good?" .
A grimy hand went up in the
fear of the room: "Please, ma.'am,
jrou'se buttin' in."
Did You Ever Stop
By E. S. Wait, Secretary
Shawnee, Okla Board of Commerce
E. J. Pearson president of the
New .Yok, New Haven and Hart
ford ttaUroa'd company says;''
That railroads are transporta
tion ...manufacturers and mer
chants. They manufacture and
sell tine commodity," transportation
divided Into two -main divisions,
freight and passenger; and just as
any mother manufacturer, 'their
chief problem is to manufacture
their commodity at the lowest
price possible and yet turn out a
product which measures up tp the
quality -desired ny'the, purchasers.
That, there is one vital .differ
ence between transportation ' mer
chandisers and' ethers.' This dif
ference js that other manufactur
ers ai'e.free to change-thelr-prlces
at will to meet changes in cost of
production. ,The price of the rail
rbad'k AcQramodity.on the other
hand, is -under the jurisdiction of
public regulatory, hod tea-1 For. this.
reasont1J-often happens; that rall
roads ,,Puffetbecaus when costs
ntofthtrnies'are Usually very slow
io follow; yet tlfViende'tfcy. js for
them to follow, tpuch: more quickly:
& downward trend of prices.
,. That as a matter of fact, service
YOU SHOULD MAKE
CERTAIN YOUUBE WAffMl
: c i 455 'Ctiemeketa .
TtMn lQoa .
BECKE & HEXDRICK -
uwurawn i JU -. JVIRUS
? One Good Turn Deserves Anbthef---Turri
TOILET. SKTS-tIb ci)k..ltved cift t
wandrrfully attrarttTe sta for $0 to 35.
Tylr'a llraf Stor, .157 B. Commercial.
VOS'T PUZZLE ront bnt or tir
pur (fft lootiaj- for that CacUtmaa
orient for "her." 'Let tbc Shop-e-acope
ihw it to yon iti a few raiaoteV time.
CHRISTMAS la he Mm of tnort cheer
ft yoarself ia tba proper frame af
mind by 4inf your holiday laopplag
tha Shop-o-;op way , "
LrGGAOB Steamer, trunk, wardrobe
trunks, suit eases n4 hsodhacs. A Urea
itoek for yoa to aelect from. H. L. Stiff
Furnitura .Co, t ,
THE PKOPI.E who fft flat feet and
flat wallets during the holiday shopping
season ara the one who never thought
of inB tho Shop o scope.
OIVE WISELY lira well girt a
thought to the Shop-o scope before yon
jire any Christmas presents I
THE GIFT without tha jirer ia bare,
they say. And often the-firer ia bare of
aifUtintil ho reTnesahera 4m oooralt the
is a very - much more Important
factor in transportation than rates
more- important to the public
because primarily.the public wants
good-er4eerH havlwrvica Jn
the full volume- required, and is
willing .fundamentally, to pay a
fair. price fojMt.; -. ; . , ,
'Transporttatiorri h at present
Undergoing something of a fevlu-
lion--pr- rather an- evolution.
Thfe ,is a'thinp,ortation from
hard-and-fast rail "operation to
morje , e'last fc? mot of "vehicle opera
tion for some classes' of transpor
tation. Plainly rhej-e . is a. Jield . i
for both. Yet there fa a line off
demafcaliori where one form" of
transportation ceases to be econ
omically sound, where the other
should prevail but the dividing
line is something which an- only
be worked out with full regard
to the: basis oi costs necessarily
affecting the railroads, and the
avoidance of what might.be. term
ed a subsidy in favor of the in
expensive use of the highways.
I Bits For Breakfast I
i 1 :
Getting to be more so .
Salem is" growing in clie appro
priate wearing of her title, "The
Cherry City of . the -World.'.'
'She ts the 'sweet cherrj city of
the worW -by right of discovery.
NeaHy all the great weet cherries
of.j.CAmmerce were born Jn the
Salem .district .One 'authority) says
all of them- ... . .
It is a fine thing to give Christ
mas cheer on Cbristma9:flay. The
spirit of Christmas is a wonder
ful thing. Rut it is still better
to stretch but the Christmas spirit
through the rest of the 'year.
There will be a lot of cases of
need after the taste of .the' Christ
mas' turkey or goose or pork chops
13 gone. Right "here' in Salem. It
i a -Rood idea:to formulate some
adeqiiate plans of "relief now.
while the Christmas spirit pre
Dq .you remember that, just a
yea'r agoi' we had unusual weath
er' here; that Ice formed in the
Wjllamette and. floated and made
a Jam at Salem such, a dam that
the Ice eitended across the river;
the first time nch a thing had
occurred since white men came to
-' Jysu think there is no' money
in V-heifles. jrad Ah Slogan pages!
Bspeefally look over the record of
Mr, ooH,fdVfrier locomotive en
gineer and rocer.-
f Melt in spoon; inhale
apply freolr uo noatrl
y ?ry..A poRuq
W 17 MfUlmnJ,
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S 115'leffailrfinta .nltej"
UaUtUeUunSe 5 YV mW harm (ml Ihs ..u.
mrS-M1 f0m Quil Deeds, AbslScuYoX,
cSerL PSBUpmJ W Proinlasory Notes,- JlnstaJlment NoS
edStliTiw MiornV Ptv Pads, . Scale iS
. for?ns .PWd forthe coBrta and prints
book. 22 SToscSSes from 4 cenia td 16 c;ni apiece "d noli
. ' - . ' !.-..'.. ... , . ' " . - . - - . ' ' . "
u - ; v - ; PRINTED AND FOR SALE BY' '
' LEGAL BLANK HEADQUARTERS ' V J'.t 1 L
..-'', -'- - .-- - -
Again Tb3ay ! ,
CAJiDS Christmas fireetirf arU of
a.11 kinds. The Aee, Masonic Temple.
CADIRS Packed in Chrisfmaa Bovet,
slco s complete assortment of bulk can-'
die. The Ace. Masonic Temple. !."
MA.vrCUKR ROLL-UPft-tAll guaran
teed meirhinUis. An ideal ?(t for tha
ladies. " Prices -froea $5 to 15; Tylar"a
Irus; Sto-a. 157 8. Comnsereial. -
GJFTItT To will find many article
suit able for Chritmai rft in our Qiftry..
Flower Taes, bowls, console sets, elec
tric lamps, .eok-ad andV aaajiy ethers.
H. L. Stiff Fwrnitaro CL -"
PERFUME ATOMIZtHS Imported:
rood quality . rvbber bulb. A, rift that
wilt win appreciation. 91.50 to 92.00.
Tyler'i Drue; Stare, 57 S. Commercial.
AT THE SPeHaLTT 8HOP 53
Court St., there il on display an axquitite
line of iisnd maJe handkerchiefa, under'
wear and ribbon noTeltie. There ia also
somethinr new Sanosone Disemin
tora which -are need aa deoderixere ia
home, office or theater.
MATTAG-Pentrit the Waytac itaelf to
proTe its unequalled helpfulness by wath
inr Wrthr it. Then if it doesn't SELL
ITSELBV don't keep. it. We will gladly
brinr a Vaytar richt to yenr home. - The
Maytar 8hnp. 169 South Hick Street.
And if you doubt the "benefits
of tees in cherry growing, read
the article of Mrs. W. Al Jones
The 10 o'clock south bound
Southern Pacific train brougnt to
Salem on Tuesday night and cut
out at the passenger deptit a box
car filled entirely full of mail.
That is the first time such a
thing has happened in Salem; The
boys 'at.' tho post office are dead
tired; worked to a frazile. But
they are "sitting pretty." They
are up to date with their work,
and they will enjoy their Christ
mas. Some of them ought to en
joy it sleeping, to make up for
lost time. One of them has been
averaging only three hours , of
sleep in 24 during the Christmas
Love your job as njuch as you
love the pay envelope, and the
foremapshpr will gravitate to you
Vithput fail. ,1 , . ..
.Continned from pass S.l
Ferns and Flowers
For Christmas' gifts at Plant's
greenhouse, 1298 S. l?tlj. d24
To Ilury. Daughter- !...'
Nettie McAdams, the, 21 year
old grand daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. K. Halvorson, will.be buried
from Trinity church Thursday
nuarning: at Id o'clock. Miss
McAdaks diedTtiesaiy at the
scTiool for the feeble minded at
Salem. For years she has made
her . home with her grandparents
at SOverton, being confined to the
feeble minded home about a year
ago. Miss McAdams leave a
mother in Cobs county and a
father whose where ahouts are
ALL OREGON PARENTS
; Unk tho Future of Their Chfldren
-;: . . r . wh a -.'",-'.. ,
Xincoln National Life Irtsarance Company
Juvenile or Kducatlonai Trust Vutd''poiicy-
luoy . iflase ineir,
- ' VICTOII'SCHNEIDER, Special Agent
if? - ' f.?1- CpnvnoiT1! Street, Salem
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anat oT TtmHy I . i J
; i i:hm Are ' iL-esal
Contraet.of Sale. Road KMi:
to the 5hop-o-Scopei.t.
For Home :
. TREE DECORATIONS We nae a t
complete a&xortment. of Christmas Trea
Decoration. The Ace. Masoaio Temple, i
FURMITCRE Any piece ot-fornitare
makes aa ideal Christmas rift. Come in
and shop oraoad. W'U bo flad to aaaiet (
you.' H, U Stiff raniUBr C. ; '
THE SHOP-0-SCpP?la;tko rreaaeaa
Christ maa dieeoTsry since . Santa - Claaa
uae it today I - iM . m Jri .,
TWAiS.THE ytOeT, h4M ChTUttn
Deeembee 34th! to ti! nsr-ond eerr ;
stockins; in the hooao was bulief with
plendi4 cia ,,alted. threaca.
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Tdr'RK ai5HTi Ttera'aioasolutely
no sahstitato for the Shop-o-sropo those
busy buyinj daye. It's read by all wise
PHONOGRAPHS make Ideal Christmas
rifts. We have many model. Tietrolaa aad
Branewicke at reduced priooa. Get one
for the family and have the made yoa -want
the year around. H. I. Stiff Furn
PAT STOCKINGS without thin poeket
bookat That'a eair do your Ckriatmaa
buyinr throurk the Shop-aoope. '
Speeders Arrested 4
Raymond rudders of Albany,
was ' arrested herd last night by -
.Warren Edwards, ; city traffic , of- -
ficer; when he was said to have .
been traveling 33 miles art hour7
on North Capitat'street. He post
ed . bail of $IQ and was cited to
appear "thl? rnorning. , W. JVIleii"
. r . .11' , L . 1 ' i 1 '
of Southerlin, was, also arrested,.
on a speeding charge, and unatM,7
to furnish hail, posted his car as
bond. He Is said to have been
traveling 34 miles an hour on
North Commercial street.
will break up your
cold in 24 hours or -
- DRUG STORES
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The Yellow Front rhone 197
135 North Commercial ' Street
The Pehslar Store
college training ,snr,
uuiuiuai coat ,. .
to most any bus!ne
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