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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1926)
TUESDAY MORNING iiiUUAU m, i-j-u.
' (0&Unmd trn pact e
pervlct waa read.
- Following the wedding dinner
yra-served" with covers placed for
Mr. and Mrs. L. Dexter McAllister.
iSr. anA.tfrV. C. LL McAllister, Mr.
and"Mra. i"VV.' W. Chadwlck. i Mr",
and Mrs. (V. J. McAllister Lewis.
Emmba. and'. Gordon McAllister,
11 r. and Mrs. E. D Wells, and son.
Erwin. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Cum
mtngs- and Evelyn', and Lloyd
Cttmmlngs.-; ; ":p ' i v ' :
" fllr and, Mrs. 1 McAllister will
make . their, home in : Roseburg
where Mr. Allister Is employed as
clerk In the ! Roseburg -Terminal
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Frances XViUard Day, . '
' j The VT. I C. j T. 5 U, will meet at
2130 o'clock I this afternoon for
the annual Frances Wlllard me
mtor ial program . which has , been
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Wi hi. h :fltnv,
.Corner Trade and High Streets
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At Your Merchant
Interestingly (arranged for the oc
casion.; -A social hour will follow,
at which time light refreshments
MTI11 be. served. Hostesses for the
afternoon are Mrs. Damar and
Mrs. Condit. .' 1
: I At nine o'clock this morning the
work committee will meet to. fin
ish up' work, begun for the Chil
dren's Farms home. j -
Leaves for Ari&na -
! Bertha E. Rylej left on Sunday
fpr Douglas". Arizona, where she
will be) the guest xf a slater, Mrs.
A. G. lewman. : ' '
Faculty AV omen & Club
J The4 Willamette University Fac
ulty Women's club will meet on
Thursday of. this week at Laus
anne Hall,; with Miss Frances i Mj
Richards. Miss Edith De NIse. and
Miss Pauline Gabriel the hostesses,
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Miss Maden Announces
i Grace Maden was a de
lightful! hostess on Saturday even
ing whn she entertained for ' a
group of girls at a line party
which was flowed - with a de
licious luncheon. Valentine novel
ties! were used in- the rooms and
on the; refreshment table. Tiny
heart shaped boxes of candy
marked 1 each place- and bore the
secret of - the evening. the an-?
Douncement of the engagement o(
the hostess. Miss Maden. to. Ned
Straltorn of Pendleton, Oregon.
Mrs. RJC. Maden assisted in the
j -The guests enjoying, the even-r
ing were: Miss Loreta Miller, Miss
Macyle Hunter, Miss Melba, Dav
enport, Miss Gertrude Hartley,
Mrs. Stanley Lainson, Mrs. Rich
ard Schef. Miss Dorothy Hines,
Irma , Bblander. and .Miss Bessie
Davie,, Miss Virginia Hill of Port
land an4 the hostess Miss Madejv
The wedding of Miss Maden
and Mr. Strahora will take pllp
the first: of Jnne. Both Mr. Srra1
horn jkuti, bis- bride-eject are Well
ariIpopulatry SftnoWn among the
young people of Salem.
1-Hr. and Mrs. Robert C. Paulus
wilt be hosts .this evening at their
home, 1155 N. Summer street, for
tb members of the Writers club
of the Salem Arts League.
Birthday Celebrated on
.1 The seventy-eighth birthday, of
F. G. Stearns was. delightfully -celebrated
' :; on February 12. Mr.
Stearns has the distinction of hav
ing been born on the same date
as was onr great Emancipator. On
Friday Mrs. Stearns honored Mr.
Stearns with a birthday dinner in
celebration of the day Beautiful
decorations of white narcissi, Jap
anese quince, ' and .ferns, - - to
gether with cyclamen and begon
ias were used for the day. ' -L
Guests j invited for the affair
were Commander and Mrs. J. J.
Newmyer, of Chemawa. and a son
and his family of the honor guest,
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Ctty. Cal. T1i HMfi
BALSAM KA M GmH
m4 Ckwt CMi. Try HI
BALSAMEA for Chronic Coughs
J. C.' PERRY. DRUG CO.
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1 Merchand I
- The economies? In. merchandising practiced by th.Skaggs. organisation .save
many thousands" of dollars for bur patrons each year, g j . .
. Our more than? three hundred stores, and' maketscattered pver ten western
stater serve as purchasing agents for items grown or marketed, locally? buy lng. oft ,
timer for the entire organlxation.' They act also as distributing units, therefore
acting as the broker jobber and retailer at ONE proflti 1
v.; v -Skaggs stores have nb trade or price agreements with other 'tttoieaf jQut prices
are based solely upon our costs- the' cost of the merchandise and our overhead
expense.. - I . ": L .- . . , Tijt : , : - ' j. I ' i
j 2 dozen for 35c -
ARMOUR'S SKINNED HAMS, whole or half, lb..... 26c
SKAQG'S l Simolinja Macaroni, J
Spaghetti or Noodle3 are the finest j
made on the Pacific coast and are
not txn be confused with ordinary
soft ;"wheat products . I ' OC"U ' ;
3 pounds OuC v
POST BRAN! FLAKES Og
"For Good Health" ?.pkgs: tCDC
KELLOGG'S 'ALL BRAN
"Nothinr Better."' 2 pkgs:
C ; )i OLD. DUTCljl GLEANSER, 3 for
-1 )( CIIRUWashing Powder yirrV
fi- J Made hi Ore
WONDER , S0AP
Oregon. 25 jbars...;iJC
.Perfect Family B
49 rib.' baS.l
FLOUR Big .'TC'fipironounced "A 1
end,7 by best of !
SKAGG'S SYRUP Pure A(
.Maple -and Cane, qt. tins.... fsiC
Vt Gallon ....-l...: jl89c
1 Gallon JXJL. .$1.69
SKAGG'S PURE HpNEY gath-
ered from Idaho Oregon and Wash-'
ington. Comb honey. ' AKn
2 frames :::i.i.:.L.. TcOC:
. Jugs for the table, each ......... ..33c
5 : lb. Pail.L..l :j 79c
V. Gallon Pails..:.....t-.1...$1.57
APPLES, facie and fill Romes,- a real buy. bok...-.Sll69
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B Uf3 ANK ;PCTATOES, good 'cookers; fOO lbs. 2.6?".
Mr.vand Mrs. 'Stearns and Miss
Roberts and ,MIs3 Kathryn Stearns
of Medford. i The son and his fam
ily visited at the home of his fath
er and toother,, and ..with - other
friends until .Monday. .
Child. Health; Chief: Declares
Dentists Are No Longer
, " "Time was when dentists were
little more than tooth mechanics,;
declared Dri Walter Brown; direc
tor of the Marlon i Cotmty, Child
Health Demonstration In his ad
dress t before members '; of , the Sat
lej -"Chamber of Commerce yes
terday. ..... j. J - 'i ,i"r-. - :.' :
VBut now they ara scientists.
Their, profession is becoming more
precise with the dawning of every
day. Doctors 1 are also' becoming
to see their profession in a new
light. They are beginning to
realize that the most important
part of their work is prevention
instead of cure. ,
"Too, many ; people die before
their time. Too many are , sick
too much. It Is not a question of
how much disease we have, but a
question of how much health we
"In the matter of health, Salem
is more fortunate than most
places. In fact, Salem is the best
place In the west to conduct this
new Industry. , But we must re
member that in health as in other
industries, Salem can't live with
out Marion county any more than
Marion county can live without
The Full State Quota Will Be
Completed Soon, Also '
for Stay ton
The contracts for growing flax
the coming season are being sign
ed at the penitentiary as fast as
the force handling . them can get
to them, five; afternoons in (he
week. For ' the prtsent, no con
tracts will be written there on
There is no doubt that the full
state quota of 2500 acres will be
taken, before' the end. of the
month. The acreage is being weU
scattered over- Marion, Polk and
Yamhill counties, with inquiries
coming from further away. ' ,
The acreage for the Stayton
scutching mill is also being sign
ed up, and there is no doubt thai
the plant there will have all the
flax that can be handled; and it
Is certain that double the required
acreage could be secured without
going far away from the city of
. 1 It is likely that some new ma
chinery will be added at the pen
itentiary,, in time to handle the
coming crop, besides the doubling
of the retting ; space, and perhaps
also - of the scutching, capacity.
Plans are going forward to add an
automatic tow scutching machine,
in order to turn out the large
amount of cut' flax now on hand.
Drops 11 .Miles Between
Kay lor Station and Mt.
Angel, Loss Cited
Kaylor statlon-Mt. Angel exten
sion was continued.
The. commission:' dismissed the
application, for the discontinuance
of a station ageh t; a t C u 1 ver h
era Oregon; and. denied the appllf
ration of certain residents of She r
wood, for a signal! hell on. . thfc line
of th southern jatic rauroaa.
The Columbia riounty.cottrt was
granted permission , to establish a
road across the tracks of. the Spo
kane,1 :- Portland it Seattle ! rail
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A young woman who. thougtk
she was losing her husband's, afj
fection went to a seventh daught
er of: a seventh daughter for a
love powder. The mystery woman
told her: ' "i ! '
"Get a raw $Iece of beef, cut
flat, about an inch thick. Slice an
. Application for abandonment of
approximately 11 miles of the
Willamette Valley1 Southern rail
road between ( Kaylor station and
Mt. Angel . was approved by the
public service; commission ir an
order Issued yesterday.
i Evidence introduced at a hear
ing held by the commission indi
cated that the Willamette Valley
Southern Railroad company had
lost- approximately f 18,000 an
nually during, the past few, years
as the result of Its operations, .?nd
that it would be compiled 1o
spend 1 8 6,00 a in replacing
bridges and culverts in event the
A SCIEi:CE tlct Expcrihtsnt
TiAy method of treating Piles
lvl 2nd other Rectal and Col
on ailments is recognized as the
most scientific and effective in use to
day. Among the thousands treated arc
many patients sent to me by other physi
cians, lucre is no Hospital operation;
no confiment: no retention from work.
My treatment Is safe, mild, soothing: the
cure rapid. And 1 remove all doubt by a
WKll I kIN iUAKANTEE
to car May cue f Pile, at
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onion in two, and
both sides with it
rub the meat on
Pat on pepper
and salt, and toast It on each side
over a red coal if Ire. Drop on it
three, lamps of-butter and two
sprlg of parsleyj and get him to
eat lt. i '
The young wife did so, and her
husband loved her ever after.
Klamath Falls! Building oper
ations here during 1925 totaled
11 825.147. !
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PORTLAND, Feb. 15 (By As
sociated Press.) Buying prices;
Valley timothy $20; do.' eastern
Oregon . $22.50 ; alfalfa $ 19.50 0
$2; clover nominal; oat bar $20;
nat and. vetch S21: straw $9"per
ton. Selling prices $2 a ton more.
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' PORTLAND, Feb. 15.(By. As
sociated Press.) Wheat. BBB
hard white, hard whit Bs.Baart,
February $1.50: - March' $151
soft white, western r white, Febr
ruary, March $ 1.52 : , hard winter,
February, March. $1.50; western
white, February, - March $1.52;
hard winter, , February. ! March
$1.50; northern spring, February.
March $1.49; western red, Febru
ary. March: $1.48. if : ;
Oats Nou' 2fc -36-pound .white
feed, do 36-peuad gray February,
March $28.50. !
Barley No. 2, 44-pound, Men.
$27.50; ' : '
i Corn No. 2, EY shipment,
March $32.50; do. No. 3, Febru
ary $31; Marcn 3Z. ;
! Millrun Standard, February
$23March $26. i
INrtIanl Dairy Exchange
PORTLAND, Feb. 15. (By As
sociated Press.) Butter; extras
47 s; standards 47c; prime
lirs'ts 46c ; lirsts 4 4 M c.
t.Eggs Extras 2Se; firsts 27c;
current receipts 24c. " , - ;
Xpw -York IIops
NEW YORK, Feb. 15, (By
Associated Press.) Steady; state
1925. 50065c; 1924. 3540c;
TAciflc coast 1925, 26c 30c;
1924 22c25cv -;T: ,rr . ;;-'
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i PORTLAKDOr., Feb: . 15. -Cattle
steady to 50 cents higher;
receipts, 2305 cattle, 405 calves.
Steers good $ 8.00 $ 8.7 5 ; med
ium $7.25$8.00; common $6.50
$7.25; canners . and cutter
steers $6.5007.25;-heifers good
$ G.50 $7.25?- common: and med
ium $4.75H$6-5; cows, 7 too&
$5.50 $ 6.75 ; common and med
ium $4.00$5.50; canners. and
cutters $2.50 $4.00; bulls good
beef, (yearlings excluded) $4.50 ,
$5.50; common to medium (can-
ners and bolognas) $3.75014.50;
calves, medium to choice - (milk
fed excluded) $8.50 $10.00;
culls and common $5.50 $8. 50;
vealers, medium to choice $11.00
$13.25; culls and u common $6
$11.00. '. ;. i ""a
Hogs. v weak; receipts 3680 ;
heavyweights (250, to -350 lbs.)
muiinni rnod and choice $13.00
$13.50;v medium weight, uww
to 250 pounds) medium goad and
Choice $13.50 $14. 00; light wt.
.(160 j to 200 pounds) common,
medium good : and choice 13.75
$14.15;; light lights, (ISO to
260 pounds ) . common, medium,
good and choice $13.00 $4. 00;
packing hogs (rough and smooth)
$10.00 $12.00; slaughter pigs, ,
(90 to 130) medium good and
choice $12.75$13.50; feeder
and stocker pigs (70 to i 130; lbs.)
medium good and choice $13.50
.. (Soft or oily hogs and roasting
pigs excluded ; in above 1 quo
tations.) ; r i
.Sheep, steady;, receipts' 1335 ;
lambs good and choice. Mt. Adams
$13.00$14.00; Jambs roKj?i.i
to - good, valley, $ 1 2.5 0 $ i o ;
heavyweights (92 lbs. up) J10.50
$1Z.50; all weights, culls and
common $10.00 $12.00: ivear-
iing; wethers medium to hoic
$9.00 $11.50; ewes, cpmnion to
choice 5.uo fi) ss.ou; canners and
culls $2.50 $5.00. .
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CORVALLIS mm WOODBURN
Why Hundreds of Families Buy Their
Food Supplies at BUSICICS 1
They save money and gain leisure by buying all their table supplies at this
store, all delivered at one time without extra charge for delivery.; I
Our Baker uses nationally recognized, standard quality ingredients sucK as
the housewife herself would use. . -!
The practice of cleanliness approved by everyone. ; j j
Our Bakery Products are uniformly pure, wholesome, good tasting foods be
caused of modern science and equipment "1:
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Government Inspected Meats a safeguard to your health..
Phone 455 or 456 free Delivery to AH Parts of the City
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Packed in 4 lb. bags
Boneless Roast of the
2 lb. roast
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Large Pkg. Instant
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Alpine Milk 9c
1 New Pack
that you will like also
all kinds of Cookies,
Butterhorns, , Cinnamon
Rolls, Doughnuts, Tea
Sticks, Pies, French Pas
try and a variety of other
dainty Pastries, i
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Equal any $1.25 broom
to sell at .
20: Bars Crystal White
20 Bars P. & G.
Bread! : "
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3 Small Loaves ,
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Rye and Health Bread all
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