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rC? - - - THE Oin:GoirrSTATilAN;'SALE2I; OREGON T " f ;" ;,
SUNDAY MORNING; MARCH 2f, lG
: 1 1 H Continued from pag
Mr& M. lUmiltoB, Mri- C.' H.
Bates, iliss Lela Marshall; ;
ond altosrs:? Georie,' eV
Allen. Mrav J. U. Darby, Mys. X a!
Fehler, Mrs. Merle Rofccras,'
MrjuV J Rahn. Mn.: Martin
Fefeahetlah and Miss Maxine'Bu-
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Ampetetter Club Mefnbers
Ent&tairL Husbands' i -:n Z$
The hbsbahs were guests of the
Ameperette"' club xn last; Thura
day eyenlng. March 18 at tie home
of -fr.' and 'Mrs. 'Wlllfain, MerrJot
on Thirteenth street. at a pleasant
evening of ; frre hundred; j Hi(o
score " wai ""wdn'; by" Me tteTravls
and consolation fell to Mrs. Earl
Chapel." Oregon grape - and- daf f o-
dila were attractively i arranged
, about ;jtbe -roomsn.adsinty, Ran
dies atifTnapklns: carried the color
scheme of St.- Patricks "day. The
Innhceon covers were laid .for:
Mr. and Mra Willian . Merrlott;
Mr. and Mrs'.- Merle -Travis;; Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Seeley Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Chapel, Mr. I and : Mrs.
Harley Bosler. Mr. and Mrs.' BTarry
Sechler, Mr. and Mrs. . Herbert
Lane, Mr. and Mrs.. William Rent-
chler. Mr and Mrs. 'AHsta Wen-
del of .Woodbnrn,' Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Green;'''" t;ff .".rvfT.'
, Mrs. Earl Chapel and Mrs. Glen
: Seeley "wereappofnledly1hSiruh
as a committee in charge of the
affair! and on departure the hus
bands extended" theirl f nearly-!
thanks to! the committee ayid.clfb
. for-4heir pleasant evening." ' r
The next regular meeting of the
Amperettes will be held on Mon
day aMrch, 22, .afc: 8. ;p r jo afthe
home of Mrs. Herbert Lane, 1904
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An illuminating paper on Page
ants and Pageantry. ; written by
Mrs. W. H. Byrd and read by Mrs.
W.'H, Hughes,was' the program
feature of the afternoon.; -
Mrs. Hidden to ; i r
Leave for Arlington V
i The trlehdi of Mrs. Elmer: Hoi
dea.who.haTe greatly enjoyed , hex
stay In Salem during the past win
ter, are sorry that shells making
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We have . j u s t received;
another shipnfient of ne-vV
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shad i4;dadet andother
reliable makes of chiffon,
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H6U.O OOROTHV I B I PROPcrtED TO YjoR. SISTER 1 MlUtR OIVVDND OdUVREk , .r-; , .. . ' T) T
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( DA-VE. -WZ, XUi KG, CVAt fcOWaU h1-! f'0JA-. VXgSPQ AKIWOCK.; M AfaP a tVLirUJ tavcei fe y TV ll ' T 1
i 1 i 1 7f?TyxKf r TTrJZ' BV'QoavViv SrrtaWJ . Jr'
her departure today for her home
In. Arlington? yf- y : ,,
; 1 On 'Wednesday afternoon"' Mrs?
LC S. Geef compliment esters." Hul
den -wtth-an attractfre- farewell
luncheon-aa afternoon pt bridge
The'SV PkrrKkmotlf Was'chbseh
f 6n: thai luMcheon'.feafnres;; .-while
Jonquils were-the -flowers used.
Green vcinjiles- hdrnedHtf'sIlrer
holders. Y f . ' ':
f-; Mrs. . Lewis, t GrUTith. iwon the i
onage prize, or. tne aiternoon. ;
Luncheon- eoTers - were ' marked
for Mrs. Hnldeni Mrs,:. George ;
Blower. Mrs.! Walter. -L.' Spauldlng, j
Mrs. Roy Mills, Mrs.- Lewis .Grif
fith, Mrs. C.VB. Webb,' MrsJ, G. R,
Vehrsj Mrs. F.r Q. Myers v Mrs i JV
Vt Brown." Mrs. O. J Myers. Mfes
4ott Biocaion.. wrs, i v.' fi. vao
way and the hostess, Mrs,.Geer.
Mrs; Rbbert 'Ealciftlh -Honored,
in Salem " , ;
jT : Mrs.,EvC.osa wat-hostesS t
an attractive juraur.eaiuy last weea
when she was hostess 1 for . the
ple&sure' of 'Mrs.' Robert : Eakin . of
Astoria, who came to Salem to at
tend' the wedding of Miss Mar
garet , Rpdgera ' to James G. A,
Hutcheson. During her stay here
Mrs. Eakin was 'the house guest
of 'Mrs. Ada Strong. , Mrs. Eaktn
has- recently '.returned from .a trtp
to Europe 'and her! Salem 'friends
were particularly., happy .to wel
come her in this: Informal way.
Miss .Eleanor, Eakin.. Mrs. Eskin's
dahghteij is staying inTarls.
Xfotpf to jCaUfornut J r,'
CMr. and Mrs. Dftvid w. Byra
nd: son; 'and" daughter Mtss Ro
rena Eyre, and David. Jr.," are
onra tendky motor', trip' to San
Francisco. Mr. and Mrs.; Eyre and
their", son J left 'Salem ron Thurs
day, 'Miss Eyre, joining them in
Eugener ' :f"" ": "i" " :
Merry-Go-Round Club '
Meets at McNary Home
- Mrr'"andMfs.7John McNary en
tertained, members of the.Merry-Go-R6undclubr'at'one
of the most
enjoyable meetings of the spring
season 1 whett"" they were' hosts-In
Jajponlca and daffodils decked the
living rooma. - '
Mrs. Max O. Buren and Dr. J.
N. Smith won the high, scores at
the close of an evening- of JBve
handred. '; .: '. -
In the group were Mr. and Mrs
WT G Alien;- Mrr and" Mrs.- Will
ThielseaMr, aad Mrs.: Rollln ,K.
Page, Mr. and Mrs. Mai O. Bufeh,
Mr. and lMrs R. B. Flemlng Mri
and Mrs. U. G- Shipley, Mr. and
MrsV Reuben P; Boise, Dr.' and
Mfsra. ?W: Smith, MrZ and Mrs. T.
B.-Kay and the hosta, Mr. and Mrs.
McNary. ,',,' " . ' '4 j
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Eastern Star jto Sponsor
benefit 'Ca!rd Party '
I Both bridge1 and five' hundred
will be In play 'from 2 to S; o'clock
Tuesday. afternoon, March 23, at
the Masonic "hall,' when "the Social
Afiernoon club, of .the Eastern
tar -will 'sponsor one of the largr
st and most attractive henellt af-
alfs rof the entire :sprlhg ' season;
All ladles of the city are cordially
invited to participate in the play
pgX . Invitations 4 from. , members
ire not required, nor are reserva
tions necessary, .' , vJ f
( Mrs.. Pearl Pratt is chairman of
the committee : in" charge?' of .-'the
card benefit with 'her assistants
including Mrs J Alice Meyers' Mrs.'
Eannie Bishop, r Mrs. .. Virginia
af any. Mrs. May" Chambers. Mrs.
Ila GrinUth; Mrsi Florence- Viesko.
Hr8. t Hasel Gillette, . Mrs' Pearl
Grote, Mrs. Belle Miles, Mrs. ZeUa
Keimeyer. Mrs. Esther Kuhn, Mrs:
F. N. Derby ' and Mrs. William
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Mrs. Dan J. Fry; Jr.,
is-Hostess for" Club -
A particularly- attractive ' club
event of the past week was the
bridge tea of Thursday afternoon '
at which MrsJ Dan 'J. Fry Jr. was
hostess when he entertained for 1
several Invited guests in addition
to members of the club. Jonqails
and : daffodils were attractive In
the rooms. The invited guests 'in
the group were Mrs: T: W. B.' Lon
don of -Vancouver; B." C;, Mrs.
William Bootr Mrs. Frits Slade,
Mrs. Louis Lachmund and Mrs.'
R.' E.' Lee Stelner. Members par
ticipating were Mrs. T. C. Smith,
Jr Mrs.-1, Shelley Sanrman,' Mrs.
George F, Rodger s. Mrs.' 0,:CS
Locke, Mrs.Jphn McNary, Mrs.
Frederick Lamport. Mrs. Henry
Meyers and the hostess, Mrs. Dan
J. Fry. Jr.
Mrs.. Boot won the prize of the
afternoon.'. At the next meeting
of the, club Mrs. Lamport will be
the hostess. -,
St. Patrick's Party
at Grimes Home
Miss Effle Grimes was the host
ess for a delightful SL' Patrick's
party at her home on Wednesday
evening; The' rooms "were attrac
tively decorated" appropriate " for
the event."- After an evening spent
In playing games dainty refresh
ments were served. Those present
were' the Misses Theda Martin,
Beulah Launer; Eva Sills, Dorothy
Taylor and Messrs. Earle Riggs,
Clyde ; Strausbangh, ' ;R 1 c h a r d
Strausbaugh, Linden Launer; Wal
ter Lee; - Donald Taylor. D wight
Armstrong; Kenneth; Grimes, Dale
Howard ' Grimes, Mr. .and: Mrs.
Fred Blake. and the hostess, Miss
Church' Circle 'is Entertained
. The South circle . of . tthe First
Christian church met at the home
of; Mrs. - Otto JReadf ick' last Wed
Following-the business session a
reading was given by Mrs. Robert-;
son. Mra.i Gabbert, the president,
and. Mrs. Headrick. gate talks on
Saint Patrick, During the. social
hour: which followed, the hostess
es Mrs. ; Headrlck and Mrs. Phil-
pot served dainty refreshments.
Carol' RobtnsonJ . ? ' '
Distinguished1 Pianist; I
to Appeat in Salem:
The concerCon Monday, March"
29, at which Carol Robinson 'will
be' the' appearing artist," will be"a
distinctive attraction' In the;Clvic
Music club . series of this.- season.
Miss.' Robinson's concert will be
gtven'at the Heilig theater.: .
- ' Miss Robinson's fame as-one of
ihe; greatest - ot young .American
women pianists Is becoming' firmly
established'. and .wherever 'she "has
appeared she has -had to. respond
to constant recalls.' .
' . M Iss Robinson comes not - only
from a very' musical American
family; nut is also entirely Ameri
can trained i Her mother vwasf a
professional i singer and ' pianist,
and waa: her teacher until, while
itill' quite young, 'she began.- to
$tudy: with Fannia; Bloomfield
2Isler. - . ' -...-V--: : .'
tl'MlsS Robinson has ' had' much
xperlence : in ensemble playing,
and is Intensely interested In com
position, often playing' pieces of
her own. j ..' . , ' -
In 1916 she was the district and
pational winner of piano in the
contests conducted . every two
years '.by the National Federation
of Music clubs. . In the, following
contest she was the winner for the
best. . art, song . by an American
s She is a modernist, by inclina
tion, and, when requested, will
play programs of modern .compo
sitions manuscrfpts, aij'd 'first per
formances of new pieces.'. :
flouse Guests at fawkJHome
Mrs, W: W- Fawk :ant Miss
(3 race Fawk have as their house
guests Mrs. ' J. P. Read and son,
Gordon, of Burlingame", Cal. Mrs.
Read is a daughter of 'Mrs. Fawk.
Mr. Read, who; was formerly with
the First National bank' in Salem,
is now connected with the federal
Reserve bank in San Francisco.- '
Ilbtor to Eureka :
Mrs. Newton S, Smith, accom
anled by her brother,' Ennis Put-
pam of. Portland. left on Thursday
Will be issued oh Sunday, March 28j 1926
Reproduction of page one of the first'issue of The Statesman bearing the date
of March 28, 1851, will be printed, together with early historical documents and
rare old pictures of that day. Biographical sketches of many of the oldest families
in Marion and Folk counties, and histories of the growth of Salem business firms,
and business men, will be included.
Fifteen cents a cbpy postage prepaid, to any point in the United States. Twenty
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Diamond Jubilee Number of The Oregon Statesman; to the following addresses :
NAME ' ' STREET CITY STATE
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B-tl-tMI"-1-1-at1--M n i p i i f". i i- i Maaaesfg-catrBgi
for a motor trip to Eureka, Cal.,
where they wiU be. guests of their
brother, James Putnam. They
plan" to be gbne ten days "or two
weeks. ,. 4 - ! -' .-.-- -. ..'-
luesUFrom jjlugatifJl i
Mr and Mrs. Charles Pratt are
sntertatomg'as ' their house "guests
rerj theiweek'ni Mrj and Mrs.
A. Allen' of Eugene.' , -" '
fbuse Guest from '
Miss Katherine Brown has re
turned'- to'her'hom in .Vancouver,
"n.-,- after , spending! several - days
in Salem witn relatives.
rerennial Sale Successful .
So successful was the sale of
perennials sponsored' yesterday by
the art 'division of the Salem Wo
mah'3 dab, with Mrs, William Mr
Gilchrist Jr., Mrs. -Homer' Smith,
Miss Matties Beatty and Miss
Edith Hazard in charge,' that defi
nite plans are already being1 made
for a similar sale at V the" same
ftime. next spring. In addition, a
huTb - sale will probably be ' spon
sored in the fall. Approximately
S60 was taken in yesterday.
Chapter G Is Entertained
at Smith 'Home .
.-Members of . Chapter G of the
PEO Sisterhood were delightfully
entertained on Thursday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. W. M. Smith!
Daffodils and spirea Were - used in
the' chosen color scheme of yellow
and .'white. Special guests for the
afternoon were Mrs. Fred J.
Tooze, Mrs; Temple, Mrs. J.'
Boight and Mrs. Kirk,
East Central Circle; Sponsors
Dinner at Barnes Home
i One . ot the most enjoyable
events of the spring season was
the covered dish dinner party
which took place on Wednesday
evening of the past week at the
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spacious home ot Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. Barnes.V The affair was
given, under the sponsorship ' of
the1' East Circle." ofae of the seven
circles o - fthe First -Methodist
church, in honor of the husbands
pf the members, Mrs.'F. B. South
Wick Is thepresident'of "the) East
jbentral circle. j -.
I Mrs. B. E. Carrie was in gen
eral charge of the attractive af
fair assisted "by ; eight? capable
committees.". Headln gthe commit
tee on the meat course' werei Mrs.
Carrier Mrs. U. G. Boyer and .Mrs.
F. B. SouthwickJ the' committee
on vegetables, Mrs; H. H. Vande
vort, assisted by Mrs. G. W.
Day; the committee on salad, Mrs.
Farmer, r Mrs, Travis and Mrs.
Ostling the committee on dessert,
Mrs. D. . H. .. Mosheri and Mrs.
Charles Roblin. . Mrs. - P. J. Kuntz
and Mrs, Harry Swafford" baked
the biscuits. The lovely ; table
decorations, were in charge . of
Mrs. Oscar PrlceMrs. J. D. Foley
Miss De Young and Mrs. J. A.
Mills. Mrs. Price and Mrs. ; Foley
arranged the seating of the guests,
with place cards marking covers
for eighty-six. The committee on
serving, included Mrs. , Carrier,
Mrs. Kuntz, Mrs. Boyer, Mrs. Day,
Mrs. Vandevort, Mrs. Travis, Mrs.
Ostlind, Mrs. Roblin, Mrs. i Foley;
Mrs.. -Siewert . and 3Iias Helen
Litchfield. ' f
Invited as special "guests for1 a
most delightful evening were: Dr.'
and '. Mrs.V Fred Taylor; Dr. and
Mrs. Richard Avison and Rev. and
Mrs M. R. Parounagian.j -
- The -guests were greeted;at the
door by Miss Myrtle Richareon and
Miss Grace Elizabeth Holman'.
The house was r beautifully
decked with a profusion' of spring
flowers. Oregon grape, Japanese
quince, forsythia. , and daffodils
w.ere arranged in bowls' and bas
kets "on 'the-; tables and 'about the
rooms in the' most festive. Imanner.
By CHARLES McMAKUS
Three large lables and numerous
smalU-ones ?were arranged la the
thrpe large rooms, opening ohe
lnto'itnB''other, making the" Barnes
home .particularly-, adaptable- to
dinner parties of this site. - '
Jason Lee W. F. M: S:
The Woman's Foreign Mission
ary societyof the Jason Lee Meth
odist - church 'wilt' meet ; t- 2:30
o'Clofekt; Wednesday afernooh' at
thes home: of : Mrs.- Ai- L.: Dark', 975
E. .MeeU-y " ''. :
MissMctgers to Present
Pupils-Over Radio " -.'
The" friends' of Minnetta Magers
wilt; WTenterested '' in' the : radio
concert in which she will present
a number 'of her pupils' on :Wed
nesdayi. March 24, from. 10 to 11
o'clock1 at the Duo Art ' studio ot
Sherman - Clay - through station
KGW. V';; ' ; -. .
Miss Magers. planned to feature
Kenneth- Allen' in the program
which-follow. But ' on account
of 'seVere illness hbi part has been
cancelled. - '
rThe following numbers compose
the announced 'program: - t , , , . ;
Tenor soio'ta Jftaha: (De
Koven) Kenneth Allen; Dorothy
Walton, acompanist.- s -.
. Vlolfn Boi6wr"'X Lore Song"
(Elman). "A Serenade" (Pierne)
Mrs. I. W. ; Waldorf; Mrs Dick
Gray- accompanist. ; ? . -1 v -
Contralto solos "Deep River"
(Burleigh) . "O -Xwd'What Shall
I Do?" (Guion) Florence War
mough; Dorothy Walton, accom
panist. Piano ."Driego's Serenade,"
Smninr Thru" and "My Old Ken-tuck-
Home," arranged by - Mrs."
Gray," Mrs. Dick Gray.
Tenor solos '"Slow Horses
Slow" (Jalowicz) "Why Shouldn't
1?" tRussel) Kenneth Allen; Dorl
othy Walton," accompanist.
Violin' solos "Russian Lullaby"
(Brahms). Spanish Dances (Gran
ados) Mrs. L. W. Waldorf; Mrs.
Dick Gray, accompanist, j.
Contralto solos "Cradle Song"
(MacFadyen) "Homing" (by re
quest) (Del Hiego) Florence War
mouth ; Dorthy Walton, accompan
Duet "Home to Our Moun
tains" from II Trovatora, Florence
Warmouth, Kenneth Allen; Dor
othy Walton,- accompanist.
Violin Berceuse- (Juon) Vien
ese Melody (VMidnight Bells")
(Kreisler) Mrs. L. Waldorf J
Mrs." Dfck .Gray; accompanist. '
Tenor solos "O Mother My
Love" (Stickles) ."Sunrise and
Yon"T (Penn) Kenneth - Allen ;
Dorothy Walton, accompanist.
Woman's Club Classes
.The regular; Woman's " club
classes will meet this afternoon at
the dub house.
Hbuse'Guesis lit '
Bishop Home r''
; Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop are
entertainlng-as their house guests
today Mr. and Mrs: Clarence Bish
op, and Mrs; Charles Broughton
ana oaugnters, Helen and Betty,
all of Portland. f . n J .
Dr. and Mrs.yFranklin
to Tour EtArnnA '
Dr. and Mrs. F. 6. "Franklin; of
Willamette university plan to
leave early In June on a' three
mpnth's trip to Europe and J the
Holy Jj&n&c i They will sail from
New. York on the Cunard Liner.
Carmanla, on June 12, landing
at , Cherbourg on. June 21. and
going thence to Paris with attrac
tive drives throughout the vicin
ity followed with- visits -to the
Louvre,' the battlefields, and Mar
seilles: .' -. ;.- -,.tj .: . . ,....!..
The anticipated" Mediterranean
cruise will brings the f tourists to
Cairo by the Fourth of July! After
visiting famous - Egytlan" antique
ties.theywiirgo- to Jerusalem and
thence' to the- most important of
Bacred sites, following with an
automobile trip;: to . Nazareth. A
Bpecial trip will take them across
the Lebanon mountain' range to
the sea.! Here they embark on the
jMessageroes-Une enroute through
the Mediterranean : with ' a call at
Smya. .'After passing through; the
Hellespont they will stop for- two
days at Constantinople. " After a
stop in Athens they will , go ; t
itair or way of Malta. In Italv
rDy. and Mrs Franklin will ston
In Rome; Florence, - Venice and
omer imponanc places, utner tea
.tures will be fthe excursion to.In-
lerlaken. and a steamer trip- down
the, Rhine. In oLndon the Frank
lins expect to enjoy a full nrocram
pf sight seeing; spendlna the 19th
jof. August at Stratford-on-Avon.
They will return to Oregon early
Miss Leyy , Gives . . -
concert: at, iiiiamook:
Miss Elrzabeth- Levy returned
last '' evehinir' from!- Tillamook
where' she; was presented in anAt
tractiye' coiicert on 'Friday; eyen
Durfngjtie r"slay"bh the'coast M iss
Levy was entertained : as a house-
guest at the home of Senator and
Mrs. Arthur Deals,- Miss Margaret
Hogg accompanied Miss Levy for
her concert .numbers. Followlns
the; program- MIss Levy, was hon
ored at a large reception. i j
Miss Reeves Entertains'
Mis Myrtle Heeves-entertained
the S. TC.'s in a delightful man-H
nen on Friday evening 'at "he
lome- The evenings was spent
with cards and' sowing." The." 1 unci
rick's idea' Special guests of the
club were' Norma KntfmfTarirl fin1
present Were "Clara Miner, Alice
Riggs, Izoras .Templeton," Anna
Aline, Rofje .AUne. 'Viola. :NageL
Larilla Perry, Edith Buich, Grace
CAPITAL- TTPOOHAFHIOAIi UNION
No. 210 President, O. Jf. Evans; sec
rttary. M. V. Filkenton. .Mfli second
BaUrday, S:00 p. m. ;
CARPENTERS' UNION NO. 1065
yMeti Tbnrs. vninf. Arthur Tnck-
er, president; Wm. Pettit, secretary.
Skilled mechanics tarnished. Fbon 179.
SAtEK UNION t-ABKL LEAGUE
Meets at 'Labor Hall a call of preii
: dent. W. Sears, secretary. Box
443, SaLsm, Ore. ,
yRATEBXAly ORDER OF EAGLES, meet
-' eTery Wednesday. : Kraternity Hall, 8.
( M. Willett. Bec'y, Tel. SS9-R,
KNIGHTS OP. PTTHIA8- MEETS AT
. PVaternal Hall -ere Toesday ereninr.
- Visitors inTitetf. Fred Denhar, O. C;
Wslter Lenon. K.otR. 8. ' tt-
V Cfce Ottcon rSttt5inar.
j PvblisWe4 every morning '(except If on- g
day) at Salem, the capital of Oregon, g
111 Local Rates '
S For Classified p
Daily or Sunday .
3 cents per word 3
S cents per word 5
8 cents per word 2 '
i Three times
I SU times
i 1 int. daily and Sun. 20 cents per word ij
I 'in order to earn the norei than one y
1 time rate, adrertiseiaent mutt run in g
I consecntire, issnes., ; . j h.
I No Adv taken for than 25 cents. Ij ,
Ads. mn Sunday ONLV- charged at q
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and Situations Wanted) will be taken 3
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1 i TELEPHONE 23 ofe 5S3
Mbn ?y ; to' Loan
OX REAL 'FT ATE
T.- K. OJU ,
(Orer Ladd Bush Bank)
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HONEST ADVERTISING These col
ntni most be kept free from- anything
of a questionable nature to isrepresn.
tations will not be tolerated. In for- .
matioo showing any quesUoaahle in ,
tent on the part of the advertiser '
should, be reported to tbie news
paper or the Salem Ad Clnb. t .
SEE US FOR TOP-AND PAINT WORK.
O. J. Hon Auto Top and Paint Shop.
267 S. Commerfisl. , , , Salfltf,
. b llelp WantedIale 11
RELIABLE-MAS IN EVERY TOWN
and city ' to distribute fren samples,
' advertising matter,- etc. No telling.
Experience unnecesftary.-Outdoor work.
Cood pay. ' Write quickly for-contract.
. Supervisor " Co lom be. 5153 North Clark
St., Chicago. Illinois. - - llm21
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. chance f Submit . rahoto, ' Tfrederlcll '
- Paul, J531 N. Mariposa, Hollywood,
' California. Ilm2'
RELIABLE MAN IN EVERY TOWN .
v and city to distribute' rVTjekCnP' d
vertismg matter, etc " mTTaiig. 1 Ex
.' Jberienee. unnecessary." T Outdoor work.
Good pay. Write quickly for contract....
! , Supervisor Colombe, 153 North Clark
SU Chicago, Illinois. ' - llm21
A PAYING POSITION OPEN TO REP
. Tesentativea of character. Take orders
shoes-hosiery direct to wearer. Good '.
income. Permanent. Write now. 'i an.."'
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WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, FOR MAN
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LADIES WE WILL PAY STRAIGHT
j 40e aa hour.' advertising and diirtribut-,
; Ing ssmples to . every home and office, '
Send self addressed stamped envelope.
' IDenison, Beckel Bldg 8. lSi)2. Day
! ton, Ohio. 13m21
WOMAN WAJfJED FOH TRAVELING
! , POSITION., Must be entirely unin-
- cambered, with high -echoot education,
between ages of ' 25 '.and 40. Salary,
f . bonus and transportation. Give full
i information first letter. F. E. Comp-
ton Oo, Garland- Bldg., Chicago,
i -' ... .,. . -i iSso3X
ADDRESSING ENVELOPES EXPER1-
ence unnecessary ambitious persona
may earn SlS-$45 weekly during spare
time at (some: Nor "outfits" to buy;
everything furnished free. Pleasant,
dignified -work for honest, sincere persons..-.
Franktym Products Corporation,
1033,, VanBuren, Chicago, IU. 18m21
WOMEM TEACHERS " WANTED TO
"1 RA VEIr--JJuring . summer ... vacation. .
Interesting' work, congenial teacher eom.
Iisniona, and opportunity to earn at
east f60 weekly. , Salary , to, start and
railroad faro paid. Give age, education
and detail of experience in first let
ter. Address 8. J. Gillfillan, 63 E.
Washington St., Chicago, lil.
PUNCHBOARD - SALESMEN MAKING
small towns. .rOne sale a day neU yon,
105 week. Pull commission pn re
peats. .K. A 8 Sales Co 4I2S EaVens
wood Ave.. Chics go. 15m21
- - Agents Wanted- It
I NEED AN AGBNT TO SELL DEAL-
era, candy, mints, gum. Large profits.
Experience unnecessary. tVee sam
ples. Write te1sy. Milton Gordon,,
1414 Vine St., Cincinnati . , 17m21
::p?; ; .District' ; v
! Wanted foe Salem and ' every dry or -j
' county outside of Salem as exclusive .
. representative-for America's most wide
' ly and i favorably .known lines of lndi- ;
. vidually. monogranuned. , person aL . and
business Xmss greeting cards, together
with an equally- well, known lioa ef
Commercial, Professional, Personal and
Weddiag Stationery, on -ery liberal
cash commission basis. We teach yon
how to sell and tell yon whom to aell '
to-- Apply . with references at once.
Process Engraving Co., Crawford Ave-.
' noe at I8th St., Chlcstfo. 17m21-
Hande, Anna Arms, Graos iWel-
bbrn and the hostess MissL.rtla
Reeves. Izora TemDleton Vlll en-
lertain the dab for" the next meet
ing "on April 9. " - , .
Astoriae-CoantyV will contract
jfor constmeti6ff ot- 2.2 miles of
Nehalem highway. 4
Portland Peninsular Foundry
has 2 T men' making power lumber
pllers.v . " : - .
j-ane county rina3 mountain cz
Rotertson Jeanfe"WUnaia3, Uaud
rock Weal for rdaa'auif-;:-;';