The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 24, 1926, Page 5, Image 5

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    THE OREGON STATESMAN; SALEM; OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER , 24, 1926 .
LOCAL 'NEWS IN
Indians Win in Basketball !
The Chemawa Indian school
basketball team won the first game
of the season Wednesday night
from the Washington high school
quintet of Portland. 32 to Zt.' The
Indians showed better teamwork
than their opponents. ."
1( Happy Hour Hall
fl VDallas, Sat. nite, t'air-o-uice
Christmas boxes. Don't
in
uitss it.
d2!
Furniture Upholstery--,
And repairing. Cleso- Powers
Furniture Co. 2tf
Bomtiteeles Plan Trip
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bonesteele
and Ernest Bonesteele will leave
soon on a three weeks trip through
the eastern states, going as far as
New York.
Choice Holly for Sale
In City View cemetery.
d24
GirN Hold Meeting
The Sacajawea Campfire girls
of the First Presbyterian church
held an annual frolic Wednesday
niRht. Those taking part were
drare Rhoades, Posma Tully, Mil
dred Mulkey, Elizabeth Clement,
Kdith Clement, Genevieve Mulkey,
Doris Godsey and Mrs. R. M. T.
Hester. - - " -
1927 Calendars Free, Homer H.
Smith Ins. Agency, over Millers.
d!9tf
Schools Close for Holiday
With programs appropriate for
the occasion, the Salem- schools
ary 3. Th.a-S.te department ofJ"I
the Salem high gave an imprompt
tu serenade during the forenoon,
parading the halls and singing
n.i' ,i.,itM,
annual "Fussing" party, which '
.im . t t, rrv.ui
Gardens.
Artistic Gifis as Low u 25c
Mrs. Trover, 122 N. Com'l. d24
IMU for AH
Mrs. Young of the Associated
Charities announces that through
the Kcneronity of the people of
Sal. m the association will be able I
u..nnlv -j rlll in. Arv liitla rirl I
on their Christmas list. There
are 182 children in all on this!
list und-r the age of 15. Mrs. I
YounK further states that the
sanation Itself is In need of chairs I
for thu office. I
Hotel Marion - I
Dollar dinner, served 5:45 to 81
very evening. n26tl
nulgln IiU Here I
kpv w. j. BUigm, wno has been
spending some -time in Florida, j
has arrived in Salem to spend the I
holidays at the home of his son, I
TPjit- Bulgln. Mrs. E. J. Bulgin
nC8rTeen visiting here for some
time.
Come Down to the Corner
Of Liberty and4 Ferry and see
the beautiful display of potted
plants from A. D. Smith's green
houses. A most complete stock
ui -vmaa mams. u
Aim vn..,i,.,-. ti,.ri
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Jl. Dletz, an employe of thel
nan-r ,hi n'o, ininrnH Tti n ruHaw I
i forenoon while operating a
saw struck fr. Dietz In the rlehtl11- Fitihugh.
hatiri V nia ir.td it u I
not thought the injuries will I
prove serious.
Joy Gift
Bird cage.
Petland. 273 State.
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Visits Mother-
Major C. A. Robertson left for
Portland yesterday to spend the
holidays with his mother.
Goes to Port In iid- -
Angelo Commlttl. a young arch
itectural student who came
irom uome several niontns ago
and settled in West Salem, Left
for Portland yesterday to spend
the holiday season with the Ital
ian colony of that city.
We Still Have a Good Assortment
Of all wool overcoats, selling
from $10.50 to $22.50. A chance I
to get a line Xmas present at man-1 a- tral.a whistle, stopped- his car
ufacturer's prices. Thos. Koy I suddenly and it was struck from
Woolen Mill Co. d24the rear by a car driven by L. W.
Leaves for Aberdeen I
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moore, pro-ling
prietors of the Brookside sarase.
leave for Aberdeen, Wash., today
for a visit with Mrs. Moore's par-1
tuts.
Complete liine of
Monarcn Electric Ranges at
Hamilton's. a21tf
KM at a Valued at KlUfM
The valuation of the estate-'of
Horace W. Smith, as shown bvland announces that it will serve
the appraisers report filed y ester-1
day. was S3.000 real and 1284
personal property. Ed Wright.
Ir. W. L. Mercer and W. E. Bart-
ges were the appraisers.
Will llulld New Ferry
The county eourt is securine
bids for lumber to be used in the
. new ferry which will renlace the
w ne now in use at Ituena Vista. O.
T?u..nKn ... : i tk..lrin.o nirb ' Mnlhorn Pnidhome.
M f ...O. U tfl U KJI Kill tUIIRllUVl lirep'i-vi,.
"f new boat on Mty property ,at the Paul Ellis, Carl Trick, Robert
'- completed the boat- will be towed
'i to Buena Vista. Countr Commis -
"'. si oner J. te.- Smith, in commenting
on this, stated that there were
, . . 1 . . f . . ...
rl ion county, namely Wheatland. In -
dependence and the above named.
Two of theser Bttena Vista and In -
. denondflnco. are free ferries oner-
" ated by. Ine bounty, and that ; of
Wheatland: being privately oper
ated;; According to Mr. Smith the
Marion county court has expressed
itself as willing, to take over thla
4torry- prtfY Idin v Yamhill i county
will share the expense of opera
tion., ;
Special Dance Tonight -..
Domes hall, McCoy, Ore,
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Apprainen Report-
M. O. Cunderson, Cv A. Rey
nolds and J. A. Campbell, apprais-.
ers of the estate of Adolphus Mc-
Claln, filed their report Thursday
showing a valuation of $23,525.
Estate Appraised
InTentory of the estate of the
late Eugene Hobart was filed yes
terday by appraisers M. C. Whit
lock, C. J. Morley and Mrs. E. M.
Hicks. The valuation was given
as 96405.75.
At water Kent One-Dial Radio
For Xmas. We are able to
make last minute installations.
Vick Bros. Phone 1841. d24
Files Suit
Adam Engle has filed suit in the
Marion county circuit court
against Michael Panek to collect
on a building contract.
Shedd Bank Sues
The State Bank of Shedd has
filed salt in the Marion county cir
cuit court against Henry James
et al to recover on a promissory
note and , mortgage. It appears
the note and mortgage were first
given ' Hawkins A Roberts of Sa
lem, then passing through the
hands of another party to the
Shedd' bank. The property in
question has also changed hands
since the original mortgage was
given.
Lot Cip-o My
Sweetheart." and "Precious,
sung by Kick Lucas.
Brunswick
hit at Stiff's.
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tv-'Bosines Visitor in Salem
;TyPirtelf?- PJe8ldecn,t oftthc
First National bank of Silverton.
whs aiLfnaiiig iu suuie uusiut-bs
matters in Salem yesterday. He
was accompanied here by R. A,
Cowden.
Wishing the. Public a Merry
Christmas. We will be closed all
day Christmas day, for remodel
ing. Will be open for breakfast
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S. Liberty. . X2o
Pierce Urges Kxtradition
Oovernor Pierce yesterday is
as-fsued papers urging the extradition
of E. It. Sweet, alias H. Q. Simp
son. who is wanted in Umatilla
county for unlawful possession of
a firearm. He is under arrest in
Oklahoma.
Arnieat to HuDrcmo Court
S. P. Matheny, Lola Matheny
ani Hunt Bros. Packing company
defendants In the case of J. M
Kilcuo and Lillie B. B. KUcud v
the 'above named, haVe appealed
from the decision of the circuit
i court.
We Still Have a Good Assortment
Of all wool overcoats,- selling
from $10.50 to J22.50. A chance
tcuget a fine Xmas present at man
ufacturer's prices. Thos. Koy
Woolfen Min Co.
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iivenaers uumneni
T..J. . r ' K
"uu"":ui V"7 V , , J
default, was rendered in Judge
rip-IP?" Kell'l court yesterday in
IMnce. Crystal uaraens, uec,
vnnsimas eve, given uy vjiiiieci
nrvisuii Kiria uriii team. uiur
Ribbon orchestra. Ladles,
25c;
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gentlemen, 7 5c.
License to Wed
A marriage license was issued
yesterday by County Clerk Boyer
to R. D. Carter and Alice Randal,
both of Salem.
Court Notice ,
Circuit Judge Percy Kelly will
be in Salem December 30 and 31
her-ifor the purpose . of hearing mo
tions. demurrers and to set case
for the January term of court.
Accident Reports
Two auto accidents were re
ported to the sheriff's office yes
terday. C. II. Groes, while driv
ing into Salem- near the Valley
Packing plant, thlnkjng he heard
Elliot. The accident was caused
by icy pavement, no damage be-
done to cither cars or drivers.
I Walter Winslow reported striking
I another car on the" Fairgrounds
road Thursday afternoon, damag
ling both cars slightly. Mr. Wins-
low assumed blame for the acci-
I dent, stating ho had settled with
I the other driver, whose name was
I not given in the report.
I The Areo Restaurant
I Wishes its patrons a merry xmas
turkey dinner Christmas day, noon
1 and evening, see. ciosea unaay
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Council Holds Meeting
A proposed constitution for the
young men's division of theTTMCA
was discussed at a meeting ot tne
division council last night in the
I YMCA building. Those present
I were A. Ilenningsen. president;
I Lobby Is Derorated
1 The junior L board of the local
I i MCA was busy all aay yester
I . 1 .1 . tl.. Vm InhKv W I f l
1 Christmas trees and-other decor
I atlons for. the celebration to bo
1 held there soon.
I Clubs "Will SIcei
The Pioneer-" Comrade v and
Friendly Indian boys' clubs ot Ja
son-Lee Methodist church will
meet tonight. Christmas - plans!
will be discussed,;:.- .:
BRIEF
Present. Dolls to Institutions
Having 32 dolls left over from
their recent doll - sale, the Busi
ness and Professional Women's
club disposed of them as follows:
14 were sent to the Corvallis
home, to the state deaf school,
6 to the tuberculosis hospital and
7 to poor .children of Salem. The
club is also providing Christmas'
dinner for-one destitute family.
Virgin Wool Blankets'
In fancy plaids or white with
colored borders, $10 to $14 for
six-pound iairs. Thos. Kay Wool
en Mills Co. d24
Musical Program Canceled
The musical program scheduled
for the, YMCA. lobby Friday eve
ning has been canceled because of
the date being Christmas eve. The
program for the following Friday,
which is New Year's eve, will al
so be postponed.
Building? Permits Issued
Two buildine Dermits
were
issued yesterday to W. J. Tffomp- '
son for the erection of one story
dwellings at .915 and 925 North
Sixteenth street, each to cost $3,-
000. C O. La r sen was issued a
permit for erection of a one and
a-half story dwelling at 1830 Gar
den Road, estimated to cost? 4 000.
Warehouse Property Buy
A beauty, 102x139 corner: has
been cut from $15, 000 to $12,000
and today tt $10,000 total price.
Two residences now on; the best
Two residences now on; the best
buy of its kind in Salem. Cash.
Becke & Hendricks, 189 N. High
street. d22tf
Woman Is Injured-
Mrs. Jess Treisch, route 4, was
badly bruised about the face and
legs yesterday when, struck by a
car driven by F. L. Walters on
the highway near Graven horst
corner, two miles south of Salem.
Mrs. Treisch had stepped out of
a parked car directly in front of
the Walters machine and became
confused. Walters drove into the
ditch trying to avoid her.
War Mothers Meet
The Salem War Mothers' asso
ciation met yesterday afternoon in
the chamber of commerce rooms
to lay plans for Christmas charity
work.
Webb Declines Nomination
Carl Webb, recently elected
King Bing of the Cherrian organ
ization for 19 27, has declined to
accept the post because of having
too much other business. Nom
inations for his successor will be
made at the special meeting called
for Tuesday night.
Prisoners to Have Show
Christmas day at the state pen
itentiary, will be observed by a
cessation, of all ordinary prison
activities and a show in the prison
theater, put on through the cour
tesy of Frank D. Bligh, owner of
the Capitol theater.
Vlrgfii Wool Blankets
In fancy plaids or white with
colored borders, $10 to $14 for
jix-pound pairs. Thos. Kay Wool
en Mills Co. d24
Extension Adds Courses-
Two new courses will be added
to the university extension classes
at the Salem high school, upon
ihe opening of the spring term.
Dr. Hall of Willamette university
will take a class op public speak-
ng from 7:15 to 8:15 Saturday
mornings from 9 to 10 Superin-
tndent George W. Hug will con-
luct a class on principles of edu-
?tion. As this latter class is ex
pected to be taken advantage of
ly a great number of teachers, the
hours were purposely set as above
:or their convenience.
Baptist Program Interesting
A large crowd - attended the
Christmas program of the Baptist
hurch last night. The program
was presented in the church edl
ace and was excellent in every
department. Many gifts of food
were received and they will be
turned over to the Salvation Army
for distribution. A collection of
$26.97 was received and turned
aver to the Oregon Statesman
Christmas Cheer fund.
Auburn Has Program-
Over 300 persons filled the Au
burn school last night for the
hristmas program given by the
pupils of the school. Songs, dia
logues and other features were
given by the students. Presents
were distributed from the Christ
mas tree.
Baby Girl Born
Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Anderson
are the parents of a baby girl, born
at the family home, 1250 Chemek
eta street. Tuesday, Dec. 21. The
little newcomer has been named
Evelyn Ann.
Traffic Offender Caught
T. Zeller of Salem was arrested
late yesterday by local police of
fleers on a charge of failing to
stop at a through street inter
section.
Dr. Canse Is Speaker
Dr. John M. Canse, president
of Kimball School of Theology,
was speaker at the Thursday noon
luncheon of the Marlon-Polk
SALEM'S MOST FAMOUS
CONFECTION
Spa
, Chocolates
Made lit our own randy kitchen
The sweetest gift f all
There is no gift so flutter
ing1 ad a beautiful box full
of Spa Chocolates. ; t :
PHI
HK.D LU
mm
' SAYS:
If you want a 1O22-1023 or
1924 Ford touring, SO the
wonderful buys at Vick Bros.
We have too many Fords
and can "save you money.
When prices arc low is the
time to buy.
Phone 1841 380 South High
county realty board. He discussed
religion in general. A fund of
$10 for Christmas work was taken
from the treasury, half of which
was given to The Statesman and
Salvation Army Christmas Cheer
fund
Ad Clnb Hm Program
Tko Salom AH 1uh ViolH its an
,! Christmas nroeram at the
nrw.ii lunrhpnn Thnrsrfnv. A fund
of $40 was raised for Christmas
work, half of which was given to I
The Statesman and Salvation Army
Christmas Cheer fund. An ef-
fort will be made to get Ed D.
Berg of San Francisco, owner of
seven trade journals, to make a
speech here soon on advertising,
and to discourage advertising on
restaurant menus and the like.
VISITORS REPORTED
IN SALEM
I
I
A. C. Key of Marshfield was a
Visitor in mis cny x nurswiay. i
VaKu were Salem visitors early
MM
EEElfe
Mrs. J. Bunning of St. Paul uiea nigm wnen caugnt un
spent Wednesday in this city. der .an avalanche of sawdust and
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Ettle were chips in the fuel bin. His body
in this city Wednesday. They are
residents of Gladstone.
Mrs. Nellie Demick of Dallas
spent Wednesday afternoon in this
city.
Sandy Peterson Jr. of Junction
Citv was in this citv Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. j. b. Kingbaum of
Valsetz were visitors in tnis city
Thursday night.
William H. Schauffer of Med-
ford is a local visitor.
1. ( Coe of Portland spent last-
night in this city.
Robert Cooke and G. G. Ross
arrived in this city Thursday eve
ning. They are residents of'Sll
verton.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Stanley arrived
in this city from Astoria late yes-
terday.
Charles Johnson, Taft merch
ant, is among the out of town
visitors in this city.
Edward B. Starkey of Eugene
was in Salem Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kruphette
of Albany were Salem visitors on
inursaay.
Hathnlir. nhlirr.h Plans
Midnight Mass Christmas
auuua, uatu,M Ul u....Uk
r r a j ;a -ma-iJ x i a
in tnraunu uay wu iniunisn.
Aiass win oe ooservea in toe vam
olic church with Father Buck of
ficiating. Both church and altar
have been beautifully decorated
by the Sisters of the Holy Names
and members of the congregation
Three priests will assist in the
solemn high mass with about 35
altar boys in attendance. Music!
by the regular choir will be under
the direction of Mary Lebold, or -
ganist. Miss Mary Schottle will
play the violin.
Five other Masses will be eel-
ebrated Christmas morning, the
first in the academy chapel at 7
the others in the church at 7:30,
8, 8:30 and a high mass and ser
mon by the assistant priest at 9.
SLIPS GROW INTO TREES
Slips from Charter Oak, under
which King John signed the char
ter giving English people parlia
mentary rights, and from the Oak
in Sherwood forest where Robin
Hood administered the unbroken
oath of allegiance, have grown to
sturdy trees in Pleasanton, Calif.
They were planted 25 years ago.
Candy For
Xmas
Our Own Mixture
25c a lb.
2 lbs. for 45c
A Real Treat
Wn mjprvp fho rio-ht. tni
limit quantities
ONLY AT
SCHAEFER'Q
DRUG STORE
135 North Commercial St:
Phone 197
Original Yellow Front ;
The Penslar Slcre .
MIDNIGHT SERVICE
AT ST. PftUL CHURCH
Public Invited to Attend Ex
cellent Musical Program
This Evening
i
A midnight service and musical
program will be given at the St.
Paul's Episcopal church tonight
beginning at 11:45 p. m. An ex
cellent program has been arranged
and the public is cordially invited
to attend.
The program follows:
"Silent Night" Reinecke
"It Came Upon the Midnight
Clear" R. S. Willis
"Kyrie" Batison Haynes
"Gloria Tibi, Gratius Tibi"
Battison Haynes
Credo" Caleb Simper
Vested Choir
For Unto You Is Born This
Day" J. S. Trowbridge
Quartette
"Salm on the Listening Ear of
Night" Dykes
Anthem, "Sing Halleluiah Forth in
Duteous Praise" .. Dudley Buck
Offertory, "All Things Come of
Thee" Anon
Surfium Corda, Sanctus
Battison Haynes
Benedictus Battison Haynes
Agnus Dei Battison Haynes
Gloria in Excelsis Old Chant
Fourfold Amen
Nunc Dimitis Gregorian
'O Come All Ye Faithful."
Adeste Fidelis J. F. Wade
FIREMAN BURIED ALIVE
Avalanche of Sawdust Fatal
to
Marshficld Mill Worker
MAnSHPinn k- T o-
j" -an at the Coos Bay
was discovered 15 minutes after
he was buried alive. Roux leaves
a widow and three children. He
had been employed at the mill for
several years..
National Park Planned
in New Electric Project
SEATTLE. (AP) A national
park rivaling Yellowstone and
Yosemite parks in beauty, is plan
ned by J. D. Ross, Seattle electrl
cal superintendent, in conjunction
with a $75,000,000 power project
now under construction in the Cas
cades, 100 miles from here.
A 365 foot dam on Ruby creek
will form a lake reaching four
miles to another dam, 520 feet
high. The higher dam will create
another lake extending northward
into Canada, The lakes will b
utilized for an inland tourist
route, winding through a rugged
section blanketed with varicolor
ed vegetation, and timber
Elevators will hoist passengers
d' SEE!;
Will svni ahio I no nnwor
Dianta win b- beautified bv land
I "
BCaped garden8 ad parkg
Title Goes With Sale
of Birthplace of Kings
LONDON. (AP) The birth
place of two English kings, Usk
1 Castle in Monmouthshire now in
ruins, is to be sold under the
I hammer. The Ownership carries
1 with it the title of Lord of Manor
I and on this account is expected to
I bring a good price
The castle, birthplace of Ed-
ward IV and Richard III. was
buiH. about the time of William
the Conqueror, and long held a
prominent place in English his
tdry. In 1265 the castle was cap
tured by Simon de Montfort but
after occupation of only a few
LOST
-Strayed or Stolen
About three weeks ago
BOSTON BULL DOG
License No. 1487
TELEPHONE 75
CHOICE of Traub Genuine
Orange Blossom engage
ment and wedding rings is a
tribute to the judgment and
good taste of tna wearer.
TMRTTtMTf BROS.
Deal Jswalm,
LADD & BUSH, Banker
Established 1863
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General Bnnlnng Business
OrUce Hour trota
days he was forced, out by. Gilbert
and Prince Edward. "
The castle was the home of
Richard, Duke of York, in 1433
and Afterward passed into the
first Earl of Pembroke. The cas
tle was partly destroyed by as
saults of Owen Glendower.
The estate will be sold hy exec
utors of the late S. D.- Williams, e
land owner who bought the place.
Special Airplane May
Be Needed for Tropics
COPENHAGEN. (AP) A
special fying machine will have
to be devised for explores wiH
froMcal countries, said Hans H.
Hoyte. nikt of Prof. Mathew Stir
ling's New Guinea expedition, in
an interview published in the Java
Bode of Batavia. on the eve of his
sailing for Europe
Hoyte. a Dane by birth, was on
his way -to his family home at
Lundby, Denmark, but was strick
en with typhoid fever enroute and
died at Alexandria. Ejrypt. He
had been employed for a number
of years with the Jackey Aircraft
Co. of Chicago.
Violent changes in climatic con
ditions such as experienced in Ne
Guinea. Hoyte said, were fatal to
any ordinary plane, although his
machirwe had done great service
on thirty flights transporting men
and material in sometimes very
trying circumstances. Finally, he
had to leave it behind at one of
the base3, with its floats smashed.
Vast Expanses of Prairie
Being Planted to Wheat
TOPEKA. Kan. (AP) Vast
expanses of rolling prairie in the
western part of Kansas once the
exclusive domain of jackrabbit.
prairie dogs and their like, still
beckon the farmer, and gradually
the virgin sod and depressions
OREGON
Starts Sunday
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AnON
Fruit Trees
Everything in Trees
Cherry City Nursery
. R. W. Mathis, Proprietor
Office Opposite Post Office on
State Street
PHONE 10F4
Authorized Distributor
CORONA
The Personal Writing Machine
. Typewriter Exchange
THOS. ROEN
Phone 0S1 421 Court, Salem
Beautiful Gift Line
Splendid
Large assortment at
prices to suit all also
Variety Goods
Come In and Look It Over
Mrs. Helen
Prescott
828 North Commercial
Salem, Oregon v
BEE US FOR
Christmas Jewelry
First Class Watch, Clock and
Jewelry Repairing ,
Promptly Done
'-,...
Agate Cutting and Mounting
L. G. -Prescott
828 North Commercial
10 av
to s . m.
that once were buffalo wallows
are being broken. v
A half million acres of virgin
prairie sod have been turned by
the plow in western Kansas this
falL It is hut & portion or the,
eleven and .a half million acres
that Is reported seeded to wheat
in the state that the nation's
bread basket may be full next
year. .- . - -
OBITUARY
Perry '
Helen M. Perry, 79, died at her
home, 335 Division street, Dec
23, 1926. Survived by her son.
J. C. Perry of Salem and five
grand children. Funeral services
will be held on Monday, Dec. 27,
at 10 ft. m. from the Webb fune
ral rparlors. Interment in City
View cemetery.
V ' Kenney
At the residence, 1535 North
Capitol street, Thursday, Dec. 23,
Mrs. Mary Knox Kenney, age 57
years, wife of E. A. Kenney, moth
er of Russell A. Kenney of New
Plymouth, Idaho, and Norman A.
Kenney of Molalla; sister of Thos.
Higginson and Mrs. E. O. Stud
ley of Chicago, Mrs. J. A. Dillon
of La Grange, Illinois, Mrs. EL A.
Hoffman of Cleveland and Mrs. F.
FUN FIT
FOR A KING!
AT
NEW YEARS
MIDNIGHT
MATINEE
IP
5c and 10c each.
Special Christmas Candies
1 pound ,20c, 2 pounds 39c
PIES PASTRY - BREAD - CAKES
PEERLESS BAKERY
170 North Commercial Street
NOBLE ANDREWS
And His Sales Room
Now Located At
217 S. High St.
With E. Tallman
The place where you can get the big
sweet Noble French prune trees which
will, bring you the big sweet prune
like the ones which Mr. Andrews has
exhibited for three years at the State
Fair.
THE PRICES OF THETREES
Per Per
Each 100 1000
6 to 8 ft $1.00 $75.00 $500.00
4 to 6 ft ! .50 40.00 350.00
3 to 4 ft .25 20.00 150.00
FARMER'S WAREHOUSE
Paul Traglio, Prop.
GRAIN, FEED AND SEED
Free Deliyery to any part of the city.
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
Telephone 28
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STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
Long and Short Distance Hading. Public : and Prirate
- ' : Storage. Fire Proof Building.
FARMER'S WAREHOUSE
PAUL TRAGLIO, PROP. .
Day Telephone 28 ; . 5 Klht Telephone 1237.17
. m vA. Yrfrv . An
nouncement of funeral later from
the lugaon mortuary. ... , ;
1 " : Campbell"
. At -the residence, 671 Union
street. Thursday, Dec 23, Mrs.
Sarah Rlggs - Campbell, age 75 ;
vifa nt JnmPR H. Campbell : moth
er of Mrs. George, W. Starr of Sa-.
lem; sister of Mrs. J. H. Hastings
of Dallas, George Meyers of Wood
burn, James i Meyers of Hebo.
Anna Meyers of Stayton and Frank
Meyers of Salem. Announcement
of funeral later from the Rigdon
mortuary.
- McKlnnle
At the residence of Col. and Mrs.
Hofer, 785 Sooth Commercial t,
early Thursday, Dec 23, Miss
Florence McKlnnle. sister of Mrs.
Hofer. Funeral services Friday,
Dec 24. at 2 p. m. from the Rig
don mortuary chapel, under Chris
tian Science auspices. The con
finritnir rites at the Mt- Crest
Abbey mausoleum will be private.
A SUNNY -
restful and peaceful
abode wherein a serv
ice is dispensed that is
just thoughtful and
reverent to the final
detail.
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Telephone 120
TERWILLIGERS
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For Less
Licensed Lady Mortician
779 CbemekeCa 8tr4
Telephone 794
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