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High School Banquet Given af
First Methodist Church
The high school Epworth Lea-
gue pf the First Methodist church
sponsored a banquet Friday eve
ning, January 27, in the church
. dining room.
The banquet was served by Mrs.
Vannice, Mrs. Cook. Mrs. Fessen
den and Mlas Laush, members of
the Ladles' Aid society.
Covers were placed for 85 high
school students from the various
church leagues of Salem.
Short talks were given by MHs
Oilman, Miss Helen Breithaupt,
Mr. Shanks, Fred Blatchford, and
Rev. Fred C. Taylor.
Morgan Oallaher lead the yells.
The program also included a
reading given by Miss Crites and
a violin solo played by Hestine
The rooms were decorated for
the evening with red and white
streamers and red tapers.
The committee. in charge of the
affair Included Miss Blanche
Reece, Miss Esther Cook, Miss
Helen Breithaupt, Miss Neva
Stolzhlese, and Miss Velma Hunt
Mrs. McAdams Hostess at
Needlecraft Club Meeting
Mrs. I. L. McAdams was hostess
at an attractive afternoon affair
Wednesday when she entertained
members of the Needlecraft club
in her home at 245 D street.
Members present were Mrs. A.
J. Basey, Mrs. L. C. Brotherton,
Mrs. L. Bechtel. Mrs. J. W. La-
Bare, Mrs. Oeorge Martin, Mrs. J
J. Newmyer, Mrs. F. G. Stearns,
and the hostess, Mrs. McAdams.
Mrs. C. H. Peterson who was an
additional guest Wednesday hag
Joined the club.
Refreshments were served at
the tea hour, the patriotic motif
being carried out in the table dec-
The club will be entertained
again in a fortnight.
Chemeketa Chapter, D. A .R.
Will Meet This Afternoon
Mrs. -J. Lyman Steed will en
tertain members of Chemeketa
chapter. Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution, this afternoon in
her home at the state school for
Assistant hostesses are Mrs. L.
W. Potter, Miss M. Esther Morris,
Miss Eleanor Jones, Mrs. H. H.
Smith, Miss Griffith, and Mrs. J.
The program will Include a pa
per, "Washington's Wedding Day"
which will be given by Mrs. J. R.
Open Meeting of Salem Arts
An open meeting of the Salem
Arts League will be held at eight
o'clock Friday evening, February
10, In the auditorium of the pub
Mrs. F. G. Franklin will give
a "Balopticon" lecture concerning
her tour of England. France, and
Miss Geer Pledged at O. S. C.
Miss Leona Geer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Geer, has re
cently been pledged to Delta Delta
Delta sorority on the Oregon
state college campus where she is
A BIG LEATHER BAG
A BIG LEATHER
These two special offers are the best we hare ever
made In our baggage department. Present
stock only at these prices.
Mrs. Bernardi Entertains
West way Club
Mrs. J. A. Bernardi entertained
members of the Westway club of
the Woman's Benefit association
Thursday afternoon in her home
on south High street.
Baskets of puseywillows were
arranged about the rooms in com
bination with Valentine norelties
The afternoon was. spent with
sewing and conversation following
the short business session.
Refreshments were served at
thp tea hour. The eerving table in
the dining room was centered with
a bowl of red carnations and ted
tapers in crystal holders. Mrs.
Montgomery and Mrs. Jennie Mil
ler assisted the hostess.
Special guests for the afternoon
were Mrs. C. A. Johnson, Mrs. Joe
Bach, and her daughter, Dolores;
Mrs. M. Montgomery, Mrs. Rachel
E. Reeder, Mfs. Harry Crawford,
Mrs. Florence Keeves, Mrs. May
Shumaker, Mrs. Eunice Martin,
and Mrs. Fina Turner.
Members present were Mrs.
George Patterson, Mrs. Ray
Smith, Robert and Leah Smith;
Mrs. Harold Cook. Marilyn Cook;
Mrs. J. W. Baker, Mrs. Elizabeth
Shafer, Mrs. Jennie Miller, Mrs.
Harry Lindsey, Mrs. Florence
Casement, Mrs. LaVina Sloper,
Mrs. Emma Arnson, Mrs. Irene St.
Helens, Mrs. Norma Terwllliger,
Mrs. Roaella Crosson, Mrs. George
D. Shear, Mrs. HazeT Newton, Mrs.
Avis J. Martin, Mrs. Reva Smith,
Mrs. Thomas Maplethorpe, Mrs.
Bessie Boehringer, Mrs. H. A.
Smart, Miss Constance Smart, and
the hostess, Mrs. Bernardi.
D. U. C. Club Members En
tertained at Skclley Home
Mrs. E. A. Skelley entertained
Wednesday with a one o'clock
luncheon, having as her guests
members of the D. U. C. club and
two additional guests: Mrs. Ray
Cook, and Mrs. E. H. Hobson.
Covers were placed at the lunch
eon table, centered with acacia
and yellow tapers, for Mrs. Cook,
Mrs. Hobson, Mrs. Ed Viesko, Miss
Alta Jones, Mrs. Victor MacKen
zie, Mrs. Eugene Eckerlin, Jr.,
Mrs. Carl Shortridge, Mrs. Morton
Hemmingway, Mrs. fcenneth Bell,
and the hostess, Mrs. Skelley.
Several hours of bridge follow
ed the luncheon. Miss Alta Jones
won high score honors. Mrs. Ken
neth Bell received the second
War Mothers Will Meet
The Salem Chapter of Ameri
can War Mothers will meet Tues
day afternoon at the Y. M. C. A.
The following officers will be
installed at this time: president,
Mrs. Mable Lockwood; vice-presi
dent, Mrs. A. A. Lee; recording
secretary, Mrs. Carrie H. Beechler;
treasurer, Mrs. Katherlne Bernar
di; and corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Minnie Humphreys.
Mrs. W. Carlton Smith will
speak to the group following the
Tea will be served.
Meeting of W. R. C. This
Members of the Woman's Re
lief Corps will meet at two o'clock
this afternoon in McCornack hall
TEE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON,
Chemeketa chapter, D. A. R.
Mrs. J. Lyman Steed, hostess 2:30
District meeting. Knights and
Ladles of Maccabees. Open meet
ing. McCornack hall. 8 o'clock.
N. W. Poetry association. Pro
gram given by Salem poets. Port
land public library.
W. R. C. McCornack hall. 2:00
W. F. M. S. Day of Prayer.
First Methodist church. 3-4
Film at First Congregational
church. "The Heart of Lincoln.
Y. W. C. A. campaign workers.
Luncheon, dining room of Y. M
C. A., Court street, 12:00 o'clock.
Garden Club. Chamber of Com
merce auditorium. 8:00 o'clock.
Writers' Section, Salem Arts
League. C. P. Bishop home, 765
Court street, 8:00 o'clock.
War Mothers. Y. M. C. A. In
stallation of officers. 2:30 o'clock
W. H. M. S. Leslie M. E. chxrch
Mrs. Ralph Thompson, 1680 south
Commercial street Hostess. 2:30
Annual Meeting of Oregon
Division of A. A. U. W. Will
Be Held in Portland
International Interests and af
fairs will claim the attention of
the Oregon division of the Ameri
can association of university wom
en at the annual meeting In Port
land Friday and Saturday, Feb
ruary 10 and 11, it Is announced
by Miss Moselle Hair, of the ex
tension division of the University
of Oregon, who is state president
of the organization. AH sessions
will be held in the Multnomah ho
tel. Mrs. Roy Klein, president of
the Salem chapter, and others
from Salem are expected to attend
Two talks on international top
ics will be given Friday evening
it is stated. Tbrj first of these will
be given by Mrs. Melvln A. Bran
non, director of the north Pacific
section of the A. A. U. W. who will
talk on "International Interests of
the American Association of Uni
versity Women." Mrs. Brannon
has given considerable time to the
study of international relations.
She is the wife of Melvln A. Bran
non, , president of the University
"The United States in World
Politics: Whither?" will be the
subject of G. B. Noble, professor
of political science at Reed college.
Mr. Noble was a member of the
United States Peace Commission in
Paris 1918-1919 and is regarded
as an authority in this field.
On Saturday, following the busi
ness reports and elections of offi
cers, a round table discussion on
International topics will be held.
At the luncheon meeting, Mrs. 'A.
W. Cooper, Portland, who 1b sec
ond national vice-president of the
organization, wjll talk on the 1927
biennial convention. Mrs. Bran
non will speak on the national as
sociation and Its aims and activi
ties. In the afternoon a child study
group will take up this work un
der the direction xf Mrs. C. A.
Downs of Salem and a general
3tudy group will be formed with
Mrs. D. T. Merwin, Portland, pre
Following the session in Port
land, Mrs. Brannon will visit chap
ters over the state. Her visit to
the Salem chapter will be made on
Wednesday Afternoon Club
Members Entertained at
Mrs. Reed Carter and M r s.
James Lambirth entertained the
Wednesday Afternoon club Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
C. W. Beechler on the SHverton
A short business session was
held at which time it was decided
to have a Valentine card party at
the home of Mrs. Edwin Eby
Thursday evening, February 16.
Luncheon was served late In the
afternoon.- Attractive place cards
marked covers for Mrs. Carl All-
port. Mrs. Forrest Fulton, Mrs.
Edwin Eby, Mrs. Ralph Mase, Mrs
Aivin Marr, Mrs. Harold Baulig
Mrs. Harry Kroner, Mrs. Elbert
Bradford, and the hostesses, Mrs
Carter and Mrs. Lambirth.
Will Spend the Week-End
Miss Carolyn Lambirth, a stu
dent at the University of Oregon,
will spend the week-end with her
mother, Mrs. C. W. Beechler. Miss
Lambirth is a member of Gamma
Phi Beta sorority.
Jos tr; the
to s53n :
Vocal Students of Lena Bette
Tartar Present Y. M, C A.
group of te vocal students
of lilsa Lena Belle Tartar pre
sented the program at the T. M.
O. A. last night.
The following numbers were
Morning" . ; Speaks
"The Little Damosel" Novello
"Thank God for a Garden"
"At Parting" Rogers
"Slow Horses, Slow" Jalowlcs
"The Snow Drop" -Rachmaninoff
"Waitin In the Shadows"
"Dawnlight and Bird Song" .
"Dance of Laughter
Billle Cupper and Doris Clarke
"Slave Song" del Rlego
"The Sandman" Schumann
"Poor Man's Garden" Russell
Piano accompaniments by Lucille
Cummlngs and Lois Plummer
Mr 8. Ewing Entertains
Brush College Helpers
Brush College Helpers were en
tertained one afternoon recently
at the home of Mrs. Fred Ewing.
Mrs. Fred Olson lead the devo
tional and Mrs. Hatch lead the
group In the study of the chapter
of the book being reviewed by the
club, "The Straightway Toward
Mrs. Corydon Blodgett played
a piano solo.
Refreshments were served at
the tea hour. '
Mrs. D. D. Wallace and Mrs.
Boyd Wilkenson were special
guests for the afternoon.
Members present were Mrs.
Fred Olson, Mrs. Hatch, Mrs. U.
J. Lehman, Mrs. Corydon Blodgett,
Mrs. W. F. McCall, Mrs. Esther
Oliver, Mrs. A. R. Ewing, Mrs.
Charles McCarter, Mrs. Oliver
Whitney, Mrs. Lee Gibson, Mrs.
M. Focht, and Mrs. Fred Ewing.
The next meeting of the club
will be held at the home of Mrs
Mrs. Max Gehlar Entertained
Book and Thimble Club
Mrs. Max Gehlar entertained
the Book and Thimble clhb Wed
nesday afternoon in her home in
The program committee for the
afternoon included Mrs. Charles
Hathaway and Mrs. Georgia Cook.
Special guests were Mrs. A. J.
Krueger, Mrs. Lawrence A. Schu-
melle, and Mrs. A. Schumelle.
Members of the club present were
Mrs. Fred Kubln, Mrs. George
Trott, Mrs. L. F. Brown , M r s.
Charles R. Adams, Mrs. Harold
Cook. Mrs. E. W. Pattlson, Mrs.
George Van Santen, Mrs. Ray La-
cey, Mrs. Charles Schwartz, Mrs.
R. G. Ferguson, Mrs. Georgia
Cook, Mrs. Charles Hathaway, and
the hostess, Mrs. Gehlar.
Mrs. A. Schmuellfe assisted Mrs.
Gehlar at the tea hour.
Mrs. Fred Kubin will entertain
the club on the afternoon of Feb
Patriotic Film Witt Be
Shown at First Congregation
"The Heart of Lincoln" is the
title of the moving picture to be
shown Sunday evening at the First
Congregational church. This Is
a very interesting picture and one
particularly appropriate at this
season of the year.
Children must be accompanied
by their parents at these evening
W. H. M. S. of Leslie
Church Will Meet
The Woman's Home Missionary
society of Leslie Methodist church
will meet at two-thirty o'clock
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Ralph Thompson, 1630
sonth Commercial street.
Mrs. E. T. Barkus will have
charge of the devotional. Miss
Ruth Hazelton will present the
Recent Guest From the East
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Stearns have
had as their house guest recently.
Miss Lyllian Crossley of Webster
City, Iowa. Miss Crossley has been
a teacher in the Webster City
schools for more than 40 years.
Mrs. Nelson Hostess at De
lightful Bridge Tea
Mrs. George Nelson entertained
Wednesday afternoon in her home
at 1349 Hlnes 'street with a de
lightful bridge tea.
Four tables of cards were In
play throughout the afternoon.
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GOT STUNS1 TAX
vi tAocrt cvvwce:
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AXDERSOH KUrXBT, Beeltor
169 B, High. TaL 1S44
200 Gray Bld. T. 790
BECKE A HEKDfUCJtn
1S0 KHik. T.L 161
A. O. BOHMSTTBT
147 K. CowMitul TaL 171
IL X. BROWH
109 8. OessL TeL ISt r SCSS
-W. T. BROWN
75 SUt. T.L ll
THE BUNGALOW REALTY
447 6Ut St.
LEO X. OHILM CO, Realtor
830 State sit. T.l 1737
Bj. 8. CLAXXE
109 8. Om'L TaL S59 or 205
B. Q. COPPOCK
Ml S..W St. T.L M7
raiD a. dxljjso
290 X. Chink. Ted. SSSO
HOMES X. FOSTER BsEXLTT CO.
SIS itlxmt Nat. Beak Bldg. TaL S43
166 8. Llknt; St. T.l. SJ42
W. H. RABEAHORST CO.
1S4 8. Liberty St. T.L 515
2fl V. a but Bldg. TaL 6S7
W. G. JUtUKGEB
147 N. Om'L T.L 217
I.AFLAR A LAV-LAB
A Biub iluk Bid. T.L 646
LABS IN OB BICB
2:6 Oregon Bid. Tal. 174
W. A. LISTOB
404-1 kfaeonle Bldg. T.L 1831
ARTHUR MAD SEN
2074 NrU CepitoL T.L S807
409 Oregon Bids. T.L 1176
O. JC AILDDLJETON
104 Oregon Bldg. T.L a 808
W. O. KILLS
881 Vi BUM St. T.L 175
W. X. HOSES
451 Court St. T.L J8U
J OHM W. O&B
New Bllgh Bldg. T.L S485
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
484 Court. T.L 1186
211-313 Gray Bldg. T.L 901
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Ur
15 8. Higt St. T.L 634
B1CH L. REIMANN. Realtor
S19 N. High St. T.L 865
SALEM REALTY CO.
463 Bt.t. St. Kwom 7. T.L 1004
J. E. SCOTT
231 N. High St. T.L 11SJ
310 Oregon Bldg. T.l. 1935
$04-5 Firtt Nat. Bauk Bldg. T.L 970
gqUAKE DEAL REALTY
V. 8. Nat'l Bank Bldg. T.L 473
TRIANGLE REALTY CO.
421 Court St. Tel. 651
1Z9 N. Commercial. Tel. 1354
U. S. REALTY CO.
442 Stat. St. T.l. 2650
T. L. WOOD
341 Stat. St. T.l. 794
Andenon h Ruoert General Iniuranre
169 S. High. Tel. 1644
E. H. BAIRET. Life. Accident. Sickneee
328 Oregon BiCg. Tel. 1747
189 N. High. Tel. 161
G. H. BERG. Life. Aeeident. Sickneei
328 Oregon Bldg. Tel. 1747
OENTKAL LIFE GEN. AGENT
806-7 Oregon Bldg. Tel. 490
B. D. GRAY General Ineuranee
147 N. Com'l. Tel. 3425
LA FLA R A LAFL1B
Ladd ft Both Bank Bldg. Tel. 546
W. A. LISTON. General Insurance
404-5 Maaonie BUg. TeL 1321
RICH. L. RXIMANN Gen. In Loan.
319 N. High St. Tel. 865
Week, fidelity National Forge Pnlllpri
406 Bank of Com. Bldg. TeL 2160
WILLI MKTTB INSURANCE AGENCY
818 Maaonie Bldg. Tel. 983
Mrs. John Hunter won high score
prise and Mrs. James Teed receir-
ed the second award.
Cyclamen and red tapers center
ed the tea table. Mrs. Earl Paulsen
assisted Mrs. Kelson In serving.
The guest group Included Mrs.
V. E. Kuhn. Mrs. Labaa Steeres.
Mrs. Carl Armstrong, Mrs. Armin
Berger, Mrs. Oscar Zeller, Mrs
Lawrence Imlah, Ms. Merrill Ohl
lng, Mrs. John Hunter, Mrs. Albert
C. Smith. Mrs. Karl Hinges, Mrs
Earl Daue. Mrs. James Teed, Mrs.
Reed Rowland, Mrs. Earl Paulsen,
Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. Jesse
George, and the hostess, Mrs. Nel
Under the Treaty of Versailles
the German peacetime army may
not exceed 100,000 officers and
men, and the nary is restricted to
$16,000 according to an answered
question in Liberty.
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The fineit eheln of Terminal
Hotel to Oregon
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Pickwick Hamnmnd and Parker Stage.
Up to the Minnta
In aerrice and
Atl.vu.un... . .
Mexianlne Door With Baby Grand Piano,
Large writing fvoum,
T II..' TtHMtn, RaaH
111 Room a 89 with Bath and Shower.
Stage Terminal Hotel
W. W. Chad wick, Pr.i.
W. i.Cummingi. Local Mgr.
Chat. V. C00U7. Aaa. Local Mgr.
The Oregon Statesman
Published every morning except Mon
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tisement at any time ol th. e"y or
night. To insure proper elass'-Xication
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CHEMEUSTA LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. T.
Meets every Wednesday evening ' at
7:30 o'clock; third floor of 1. O. O. If,
Temple, corner of oCurt and High Sts
F. N. Woodry
12 Yrs. Salem's leading Auctioneer
and Furniture Dealer.
Re. A Store, 1610 N. Summer St
H. F. Woodry & Son
Right down town. Cash paid for used
furniture. Store .2 71 N. Comm'l.
TeL 75. Agenta for Lange Ranges, 2
COL. A. L. STEVENSON AUCTIONEER
28 years experience in the Willamette
valley, for dates or arrangements see
F. A. loerfler, farm adviser, rirst M
tional Bank, Salem. Phone or write,
A. L. Stevenson, Corvallis. Ore.
BROWNELL ELECT RIO CO., 8S8 STATE
Tel. 85?. Contract wiring. Electric
su; plies. Call us for electrical work.
K. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
Starter and generator work; 202
South High. 0
PLEENER ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE
wiring by hour or contract. Estimates
furnished. Tel. BoO 471 Court St.
U. S. L. Service Station
High St. at Trade. Tel. 1841
BICYCLES Repairing 4
LLOYD K. RAMSDEN COLUMBIA BI
cycle and repairing. 887 Caura.
CLEANERS AND DYERS 5
CHERRY CITY CLEANERS. C. T.
Doaaa, 20 N. Liberty. Tel. 884.
SALEM CLEANERS DYERS
1078 8. Com'l. TeL 1868
Commercial Car Salesman Wanted
Must have Experience.
BONESTEELE MOTOR CO.
HELP WANTED-Female 8
NEAT GIRL WANTED TO WORK IN
store for room and board and some pay.
Address 87, care Statesman.
DR. H. B. BCOrriELT. P. 8. O.. 806
First National Bank Bldg.
DR. O. L. SCOTT. PSC. CHIROPKACTOB
258 N. High. Tel. 828 R.. Res. 2104 J
n-OWIRS FOR ALL OOCASIONS
Olsen's. Co art A High St. TeL 801.
CUT FLOWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
Fnn.ral wreathe, decorations. C. F.
Breithaupt, florist. 612 Stat. Street,
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A POOR TlSrt OF
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THE BEAUTY BOX
Complete Beauty Service
520 Stat. St. TeL 1985
THE CAPITOL BEAUTY SHOPPB
228 N. High. For Appt. Tel. 868
ELITE BEAUTY SHOPPE
Over the Gray Belle. Tel. 814
LA ROSE BEAUTY SHOP
MarceUing 75. Phone 754
MARINELLO BEAUTY PARLORS
Permanent Wave Specialist
:45 N. High SL Tal. 1690
MILLER BEAUTY SHOP
Tested and graded before permanent,
nsing Text o-Meter machine
M1TZI GRAY BEAUTE SHOPPE
7C9 13 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 187
THE MODEL BEAUTY PARLOR
112 N. Commercial. TeL 958
THE MODERN MARINELLO
For Men. Women and Children
200 Masonic Bldg. TeL 879J
NIFTY BOB SHOP
Eugene Permanent Waving. Hair Cutting
811 State St. TeL 270
FOR SALE FIRST AND SECOND Mort
gages. Trust Deeds, Con tracts on
bouses Will net 6-to 20 per cent.
Heilig Bldg., 180 N. High St.
Your Home or Tar now.
I. O. O. T. Bldg., 189 N. High St.
FARM LOANS PLENTY OF MONEY
to loan on good farm security.
CITY. LOANS We ere loaning Pm
dentin! Insurance company money on
city residence and business property at
6 H per cent, plua a commission Haw
kins 8) Roberta, Ino, 205 Oregon
WANTED Employment 13
HOUSEKEEPER WANTS SITUATION.
Reliable. Write Box 13, Statesman.
LADY WANTS CLERICAL WORK, FOUR
year experience, -or house work. Phone
WANTED TO CARE FOR CHILDREN
afternoon or evenings, by woman of
wide experience and reliable. City ri
erence. Phone 679-W.
FOR RENT Apts. 15
FURNISHED J ND UNFURNISHED
8 room apartments. 879 N. Liberty.
CLEAN 8 ROOM APARTMENT; PRIV-
ate bath: heat; wood range and gas
garage; close in; bst obtslnable for
the money, inquire 12 1 Union.
PATTON APARTMENTS COZY,
clean, comfortable, well furnished, rea
sonable in price, private bath, down
f AND 5 ROOM FURNISHED APART
menta on cmund floor with garage
phone, light, and water furnished. T.
U. Albert, 860 Mill.
YOU CAN PT.AY
WE TAKE CARE OF YOUR HOME.
High class residential district.
New, strictly modern, quiet apart
ments. Frigidaire, Electric Range". Radio,
Steam Heat, Brick-faced Building,
Two unfurnished rooms, bath, $30, $35
Three unfurnished rooms, bath. $40, $45
Two room, rurnrsiied overstuffed,
$87.50 to $40.
Three rooms Turnlsned overstuffed,
$45 to $50.
New Management, Redecorated
550 North Summer St. Phone 1C72
FOR RENT Rooms 16
ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD
at Alexandria. 1030 . Chemeketa
FOR RENT Houses 17
FOR RENT, DUPLEX HOUSE. 84
North Winter Pt.
NICE FURNISHED HOUSE $30. F. L.
Wood, 341 State.
S ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT. 871 N.
Commercial. Inquire at Damon Gro
cery (tore, 699 N. Commercial.
BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED NEW SIX
room country horn. Juat out of city
south. All modern eonv.nl.nees. Ref
erences. Phone 84F11.
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES $85
685 $50 and $78 unfurnished $15
and up, or Honaas for sal. .mall pay
ment down, balance juat like rant.
Louis Bechtel or i. D. Bears, 841 Stat.
St., Room 2.
4 Room modern house with built
in bed and r a rare.
7 Room modern house 4 bedrooms,
Office 8pare For Rent
See STEGNER, 275 State St.
5 room modern house, baaement.
furnace, fireplace, garage in Holly
wood, $35.00 per month.
HOMER D. FOSTER
815 lat Nat. Bank. Tel. 842
KING-eOD COURT OF NINE BTJNOA
Iowa just being completed. Hardwiod
floors, flrenlaree. garages, balit ins
ranges installed, and Inlaid linoleums
in kitchen aud bath. 922.50 and $z.
Several famished $82.60 to $85. In
peetion Invited. Phone 2716.
10 LARGE ROOMS AND RECEPTION
hall, anitable for board and rooming:
baaement, furnace, 2 fireplaces, gas. and
large wood range, 2 sets of plumbing,
garage, larg. lot and aha., trees. The
home-like place, $50.00 per month. Lo
cated 1599 State S. See Goiaar Real
Estate. 441 Court St.
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D. Lux Shining Parlo
Experts for Ladies and gentlemen.
Coffey' Photo Bervlea
TeL 708. Over the Spa
Morris Optical Co. 801-802 101
Dr. Henry E. Morris. Optotnotnat
0. F. Gillette...
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Suite 810 11 1A
Socolofsky Si Son. T.L 9?0 204 305
Dt. David B. HIIL Orthodontia
tBtraightenlng of lrregalar teeth)
Buite 106. Hour. 9 to 5
Every day except Thnradey
Dra. O Nelll Burdette, Optometrist
Phone 62S 401-402 -401-404 40
Geo. R. Vehra M. D.. Phytlclasi Surgeon
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Robin D. Day and Donald W. Ml'.ti
Attorney at Lav
falephone 198. flO-811 61$
Jr. O. Ward Davis, General Dent slrr
Tel. 810. Evening 1v appointment.
Dr. H. B. Scofie'id M
Chiropractor, Neurotaom.t.r Service
Dr. H. M. Brown. Eye, Ear, Nose aid
Throat Si tcialist. Suite 901
Dr. W. A. Johnwn. Dentist
Telephone 12S5 ; 100
FOR RENT-Houses 17
10 Room plastered house 1599 tt.
Basement, furnace, fireplace, wood end
gas range, two seta plumbing, $30 tr
GEISER, REAL ESTATE
441 Court St.
FOR RENT Farms 18
ON SHAKES LOGANBERRY, STRAW,
berrv, mid gooeberry patch, ! hv
field. Hev. H. B. 31ater, Va mile su..ih
of Prlngle school.
BOARD AND ROOM 20
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS "III!
board. 405 Marion.
THE FREDERICK SON BOARD AND
room $35 for two in a rooni. $40 .'tr
one. 646 Marion St. TeL 1147 H.
f RY THE HOME WET WAtU LAUN
dry. Tel. 171, 1856 B Street.
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRY
"The Laundry of Pure Materials"
Telephone 165. 164 Broadway
THE NEW JULEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDES LAUNDRY
Telephone 85. 366 8. High
D. H. M08HER TAILOR FOR MEM
and women. 474 Co art Bs.
WANTED Miso. 23
FURNITURE PiCKING FOB BHI1
man's. Glace Powers Furaita. Oo.
WANTED PRTTATS MOJTET FOBj
farm losns. W. have several applica
tions on hand. i Haw kin BRobertav
Ino.. 805 Oregon. Bldg.
WANTED GOOD WASHED OOTTOM
Rags not amaller than 1 yard t. as.
lor wiping machinery. Highest price)
paid for ge4 clean rags, apply a
Statesman office, see stifier.
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A Natural Remedy!
Tha product supplies Nature with v tel
working and building materials provides
elements t maintain the normal ohem'.ca
Ualanee to iaaare the natural hsrrroi.y
and proper functioning et g'ands and rr
pn and to maintain a rich nd heelmy
Used as a mineral water pieassnt to
take on. package Is sufficient for tlirr.
months treatment. Sold unier a po .me
MATTRESSES RENOVATED BY TI!
Capital City Beudinj Co.. 1190 Ncril
Capitol. Called for and d.ltvereJ. AB
work guaranteed. TeL 19.
By PAUL ROBINSON
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