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local chapter of the Woman's
f Christian Temperance Union.
', arranged: , I
i 10 a. m. Devotions and sing-
ins, lead by Mrs. W. C. Kantner.
10:30 General conference,
lead by Mrs. Ada Jolley of Port
' land, state president of the W. C.
- T. U. Reports of recent confer
ence in Portland will also be giv
11 a. m. Noon tide prayer, fol
lowed by a rest and social hour.
12:30 Luncheon served at the
I Y. M. C. A. Reservations Mrs. J
- J. Nunn, phone 690.
1:30 Song service, followed by
, Frances E. Willard Memorial Ser
vice. Mrs. H. F. Shanks in charge
2 p. m. "Why the Good Citiz-
censhlp Institute.' Solo, Miss Hel
2:30 Address "Our Country's
( Call to Law Observance." Mrs.
3 p. m. Music, followed by an
address by Helen Byrne, on the
subject, "The Responsibility of the
The general public is cordially
, invited to attend all sessions.
Ladies' Auxiliary df Fratern
al Order of Eagles Sponsor
ing Card Party
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
'-Fraternal Order of Eagles will
. sponsor a benefit card party at the
lodge hall Wednesday afternoon
from two to four o'clock. Refresh
ments will be served.
The prize to be given would de
light anyone. The small charge of
" 26 cents will be added to the en-
. tertalnment fond.
Anyone who enjoys playing
cards, whether a member of the
lodge or not, is invited to attend
Mr. and Mrs. John Spong En
tertain With Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. John Spong en
tertained Sunday with an attrac
tive birthday dinner party in hon
or of their daughter, Mrs. Maurice
j Dalton of Dallas.
Covers were placed for the hon
or guest, Mrs. Dalton, Mr. W. S.
Waterbury of Portland. Mr. and
MrB. Gerald WIncoop, Mrs. Alice
ft Simpson, Mr. Charles Crangle, Mr.
jr'j Dalton, Billy and Bobby Dalton
and the host and hostess, Mr. and
Iowa Woman Found Lydia E.
rmkham s Vegetable Com
pound Atwaya Helpful
Vinton, Iowa. "When I was
seventeen years old I had to
stay at home
from school. I
finally had toquit
school, I was so
weak. I suffered
years before I
took Lydia E.
then I picked up
pneof your books
and read it. I be
gan taking the
medicine. Now I am a house
keeper with six children, and
I have taken it before each one
was born. I cannot tell you all
the good I have received from it:
when I am not as well as can be I
take it. I have been doing thin for
over thirteen years and It always
helps me. I read all of your little
.books I can get and I tell everyone
I know what the Vegetable Com
pound does for me." Mrs. Frank
.Sellers, 510 7th Avenue, Vinton.
Many girls In the fourth genera
tion ere learning thru their own
personal experiences the beneficial
effects of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
1 table Compound. Mothers who took
it recommend it to their daughters
as a dependable medicine.
finer shaving cream
Salem Young People Attend
Formal Student Body Affair,
A number of Salem young peo
ple were in attendance at the an-
student body affair of the year
which was held Saturday evening
in the Woman's building on the
University of Oregon campus at
The French motif in black and
white was carried out in the dec
orations and programs. French
maids and butlers added to the
dignity and formality of the af
fair. Refreshments were served in
the tun parlor.
' Patrons and patronesses for the
affair were Governor and Mrs. I
L. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ham
ilton, Mr. and Mrs. George Ger
licger. Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Cor
bett, Mr. and Mrs. John Carkin,
Mr. and Mrs. John Straub, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Shin-ell, Dean
Esterly. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gil
bert, Bishop and Mrs. W. T. Sum
ner, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Chambers
Mr. - and Mrs. George McMorran
Dr. and Mrs. George Rebec, Mr
and Mrs. Andrew Fish. Mr. and
Mrs. George Joseph, Judge and
Mrs. L. F. Harris. Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell Church. Mr. and Mrs
Thomas It. Kay, and Mr. and Mrs
South Section of Woman's
Union Will Be Entertained
Mrs. F. D. Kibbe will entertain
members of the South Section of
the Woman's Union of the First
Congregational church Wednes
day afternoon at two o'clock in her
borne at 695 South Commercial
All members of the south sec
lion and their friends are invited
to attend this meeting.
St. Vincent de Paul Altar
Society Sponsoring Card .
St. Vincent de Paul Altar soci
ety is sponsoring their largest
card party of the series which they
are giving this winter, beginning
at eight o'clock this evening.
High and low score prizes will
be awarded for both men and
women. A door prize will also be
Chicken noodles will be served
immediately following the games
The committee in charge of the
iffair includes Mrs. F. A. English
chairman, Mrs. Charles Keene
Mrs. Carl Schaefer, Mrs. Emil Sur
doz, Mrs. Tom Madock, Mrs. Tony
Casper. Mrs. Regina Miller, and
Mrs. Ed Herise.
Women's International Legal
Fraternity Entertained at
Upsilon chapter of Phi Delt
Delta Women's international legal
fraternity, enjoyed an informal so
cial meeting last Saturday evening
at the home of Miss Grace Ellsa
Special guests for the evening
were Miss Olive M. Doak, and MIsf
Yvonne Cornell who are students
of law at Willamette, University
Members present were Miss Av
is Hicks, Mrs. Beryl DeCulre, anc
the hostess. Mis:- Smith.
Mrs. Fteher Will Eritertain
Etkota Club Members
Etkota club members will be
entertained this afternoon at thf
home of Mrs. Alice E. Fisher, 51 1
Judge Coshow Will Be Sjeah
er at Meeting of W oman s
Judge O. P. Coshow will ad
dress Salem Woman's club mem
bers at the meeting of that organ
ization Saturday afternoon in the
Woman's club house on North Cot
taee street. His subject will be
"American Citizenship." This pro
gram has been arranged by Mrs
W. F. Fargo, chairman of the
American Citizenship Department
Musical numbers will be givei
by a group of the vocal student
of Minnetta Magers.
a new and
For men who prize the Valet
AutoStrop Razor and the. new
Valet blades, Valet AutoStrop
Shaving Cream will add new ease
to theu shaving. To men who
use other razors it will prove a
Pearly white, alive and pure,
It gives a luxurious lather. Valet
AutoStrop Shaving Cream not
only softens the beard but retains
its moisture, while you shave.
Soothing as a lotion, tts cooo-mit
oil content refreshes as well as
softens the skin and keeps it
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If your dealer has not yet received
W- wpPiT 35c to A uteStrop
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Mrs.. Franklin Entertains
With Afternoon Tea
Mrs. F. O. Franklin entertained
a group of Willamette University
seniors, on Sunday, afternoon in
her home on Marion street with
an afternoon tea,
A delightful feature of the aft
ernoon was the interesting account
of the travels through Egypt and
India which was given , by Mrs. E.
In the group were Miss Virginia
Merle Crites, Miss Louise FIndley,
Miss Rosa Ricco, Miss Dorothy
Ferrier, Miss Phoebe Smith, Miss
Elizabeth Hyde, James Retfle,
Kenneth Lawson, Kenneth Litch
field, Lewis Oberson, and Mr. Wal-
Mrs. Cross presided at the at
tractively appointed tea table ar
ranged in the dining room. Miss
Virginia Merle Crites and Miss
Dorothy Ferrier assisted in serv
Miss Lawrence Will Entertain
Miss Ruth Mae Lawrence will
entertain the Writers' Section of
the Salem Arts League this eve
ning, at the homevof Mrs. William
Bushey, 1456 Ferry street.
IRATE JUSTICE OF PEACE
FINDS SELF IN JAIL
WALLA WALLA, Feb. 20.
(AP) Citizens of Ferndale, Ore.,
have "put their foot in a trap"
newspapermen here were told
by James O. Howton, Justice
of the peace at Freewater, Ore.,
following his arrest last night in
the "battle of the padlocks," that
rages around the Ferndale com
He was arrested, charged with
"locking, nailing and barring
doors of school property." He
claims the property is his own, as
he gave the land on which the
community hall stands to Fern
dale, to be used for community
purposes. When Ferndale started
using the building- for a school
imong other things, Howton de
manded $100 for a quit claim
ieed, claiming his deed of gift had
The citizens refused and tht
irate justice padlocked the door;
jf the hall time and time agaic
jnly to have citizens beat them of.
with great regularity.
Last night the citizens coming
o the hall for a community meet
'ng, found the doors nailed up
They had Howton arrested and
hen broke In again. In a wordy
kirmish. each side declared its in
dention to "fight for Its rights."
Howton today claimed false ar
rest. Asserting the property was
his. He said the Ferndale peopU
irould have a hard time proving
lim a trespasser. It is a matter.
he said, for the circuit court.
Lenten Services Opening
This Week At St. Joseph's
Lenten devotions at St. Joseph's
Catholic church corner Cottagi
and Chemeketa streets, will beglr
W eanesday of this week with
morning mass at 8 o'clock.
Throughout the lenten period
the devotions will be a3 follows
Wednesdays, mass at 8 a. m. ro
sary, short instruction, benediction
at 7:30 p. m.
Fridays, nias at S a. m., sta
tions of the cross and benediction
at 7:30 p. m.
Sundays, masses at 8 a. m. and
10 a. m., rosary, sermon and bene
diction at 7:30.
Other days, mass at 7 a. m. In
the academy on Saturdays.
Everyone, whether Catholic or
not. Is invited to any of these ser
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KEIZER. Feb. 20. (Special)
One of the most Interesting and
exciting events of the past week
was the fox hunt staged in Kelzer
on Wednesday. A fine blue fox
belonging to J. A. Gardner es
caped from the pen and was found
early Wednesday morning In the
hen coop of Lester Evans, enjoying
a morning meal.
Frightened, it ran away and
Lester notified the Gardners.
Jewell Gardner phoned to Arthur
Johnson to come out with his fox
hounds to round it up.
F. N. Woodry accompanied him
with another hound. They chased
over four or five miles of terri
tory, when lone of the hounds saw
the fox and encircling it, held It
at bay until the hunters arrived.
A number of the neighbors
joined in the hunt and considered
it great sport.
Lester Evans carried the fox,
for a mile or more, by the tail and
at arm's length. Mr. Gardner still
has another very valuable fox at
large and it has not been seen for
a week or more.
Rev. F. B. Culver of Salem and
Rev. C. P. Gates of Portland were
dinner guests at the George N.
Thompson home Thursday.
Lester Evans spent last week
end with his sister, Mrs. Delight
Blake, in Portland.
The East Keizer Darning club
meets with Mrs. W. O. Browing
Thursday all day. Quilting will be
GIRL, 14, SUICIDE
HANNIBAL, Mo., Feb. 20
(AP) Supposedly because her
parents bad objected to her going
to a show, Margaret Bowles, 14,
daughter of a drygoods merchant.
shot herself through the head last
night with a revolver and died
PORTLAND, Ore.. Feb. 20. (AP).
Bnttarfat steady; 46c station, 47e track,
4352e fob Portland.
Poultry steady; beery bens 32 (g 24c;
ight 1520c; springs 20(g21e; broilers
13 (425c; pekin white darks 80c; colored
icminsl; turkeys alire 25g27c.
Onion steady; local $1.30(3 2. 25; po
'atoes 75cfl.25 sack.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Feb. 20. (AP).
Cattle, she stork 25c to 50o higher; re
ceipts 1895 including 57 through; calves
120. Steer. 1OOO-1200 pounds, good.
111. 50 12.50; ditto medium, 920-1100
pounds $1 1.75(5 12.50; ditto medium, 800
pounds up. 10.t5 11.75; ditto, all
weights, rommon 68.76 10.26; heifer
zood, 850 pound! down, fl0.2510.75;
ditto common to medium $8.50 10.25;
cows, good 98.75(3 0.60; ditto common to
Z3M8.75; ditto low cutters to
cotters $8.60(06.25; bulls
repted, beef good $7(2 7.65; ditto com
mon and medium 67; calres, BOO
pound down, medium to choice $911;
iitto culls to common $7.50(39; Tealers,
milk fed, choice $12.50(218.50; ditto me
dium $10.60 12.50; ditto culls to com
mon fSr 10.51).
Hogs steady; receipt 2,390; heary
elght, 250-800 pounds, medium to
choice $8(20; medinmweight, C00-250
pounds, medium to choice $9.(0(2)9.15:
lightweight. lflO-200 pound, medium to!
choice f9.15C40.85; light light, 180-161!
pounds, medium to choice $8.75(39.25;
packing hogs rough and smooth, $6.50 (ff
7.50; slaughter pig. 90 130 pounds, me
llnm to choice ..S0(?v9.J5 ; feeder and
torkor pies. 70130 pounds, medium to
Sheep steady; receipts 863. Lomhs.
:-t pounds down, good to choice $11.50
Q 11.25: ditto medium, 92 pounds down,
M0.50C? 1 1.50 ; ditto culls to common,
ill weights. $8 10.50; yearling wethers
'O choice f S 10; ewes. 220 pounds down,
nedium to choice $6Ci7; ditto medium to
:hoire, 120-150 pounds, $5frffi; ditto culls
o rommon, all weights, $4(5.
rORTLANf). Ore.. Feb. 20. (AP).
Wheat bid: BBB hard white Feb.. Mar..
pril. $1.41; hsrd white, blue strm, basrt
til months $1.80; federation, soft white,
western white all $1.26H; hard winter
Peb. $1.22 H; Mr.. April. $1.23; north
ern springs all $1.23; western red Feb.,
$1.22, Mer.. April, $1.28.
Oats. No. 2. 36 pound W. F. and ditto
rrsy Feb., Mar., April $44.
Barley, Xo. 2, 45 pound B. W., all
Com, So. t, E. Y. shipment Feb.,
39.75. Mar.. April $39 50; ditto No. 8,
Feb. $3P. Msr., April, $38.50.
Millrim. standard, Feb. $31, Msr,
rORTl.AXD. Ore,. Feb. 20. (AP).
Hay buying prices: Eastern Oregon tim
ithr $20.50ti 21 : ditto valley $18(fl 18.50;
alfalfa $18(418.50; oat hay $14.50015;
ttraw- $9 per ton. Belling pricea $2 a
rORTl.AXD. Ore.. Feb. 20.- (AP).
Dairy Exchange, net pricea:
Butter, extras 45c; standard 45e ;
prime first 44c: firsts 43 He.
Eggs, extras 26c; firsts 26c; medium
extras 24c; medium firsts 22e.
FBTJITS ASD VEGETABLES
FORTLAXD. Ore.. Feb. 20. (AP).
Coot night are holdinr back tfie broc
coli crop at Roseburg to that carlot ship
ment hTo been discontinued for a few
days. Th light receipts hare eansed the
local price to become firmer. Supplies
of Oregon grown stock are Tory light.
The first Walla Walla spinach ia hare
and ia selling at $2.50 for 20 ponad
crates. Local hot hons ru cam bers are
bringing $2.50(53.50 per doson accord
ing to sue. in lettuce market Is
slightly firmer bat no advance has been
made yet, Supplie of bunched vegeta
ble are light, especially- of carrot. The
quarantine regulation bar eat down on
to shipment to this market. Thar i
me activity but ao advance in the po
tato market. Onion are dall with very
little oataid demand. Lemon price ar
st a lower level, but ether citrus fruits
ire unchanged. .
CHICAGO, Feb. 80. (AP).-
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aad Situation Wanted ) will bo takea
ever ta telephone U too advarUaer
is a anbecriber to phone.
Taa Statoaawn wili reeeiv ador
tiaaaaaata at any time of the CJ or
aifhi. To iaanre proper claee&cattoa
Ada ah o old be la before 7 p. av.
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ADVERT IS JtH KKT8
HONEST aDVtiCTISINU Tnaee col
umns ainat bo kept free from anything
or a aaaationaDte nature, jaiarepreaen
tation will &ot be tolerated. Informa
tion ahowinx say queetiocabl intact
en the part of th adrertiier should
be reported to this nawapaper or the
Balam Ad elub.
CHEUECZTA LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. P.
aleete every Wednesday oraning at
7:80 o'clock; third floor of I. O. O. P.
Temple, corner of oOurt aad High Bts.
F. N. Woodry
12 Trs. Salem's leading Auctioneer
and Furniture Dealer.
Baa. Store, 1610 N. Summer St.
H. F. Woodry & Son
Bight down town. Cash paid for used
furniture. Store 271 N. Comm'l.
TeL 76. Agenta for Lange Ranges, 3
COL. A. Ik STEVENSON AUCTIONEER
28 year experience in the Willamette
alley, for datea or arrangement see
W. A. ioerllor, farm adviser. First fa
tional Bank, Salem. Phone or write,
A. L. Utevenaon, Oorrallis. Ore.
BROWN ELL ELEOTRIO CO., SSS STATE
TeL 85r. Contract wiring. Electrie
supplies. Call oa tor eustrieal work.
B. D. BABTOX BXIDE BATTERIES
Startor a Ad generator work; 203
South High. $
wiring by hour or contract.
a our or co
471 Court St.
U. S. L. Service Station
High St. at Trade. Tel. 1S41
BICYCLES Repairing 4
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN OOLCMBIA bi
cycle and repairing. 8S7 Court,
CLEANERS AND DYERS 5
CHERRY CITT CLEANERS. O. W.
Uoane, 260 N. Liberty. Tel. 934.
SALEM CLEANXRS DYERS
1073 8. Ccm'l. Tel. 18fi
HELP WANTED Male 6
WANTED SALESMAN. NEW PROPOSI
tion, good money locally. See Mr.
Monahan. Terminal Hotel, evening".
HELP WANTED Female 8
WANTED OIRL SOLICITORS FOR 8A
lm Business House, good proposition.
Full or part time. Apply 456 State St.
DR. H. B. SCOFFIELD. P. 8. C.
First National Bank Bldg.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PSC. CHIROPRACTOR
25 N. High. Tel. 82-R.. Res. 2104 J
PLOWERS FOR ALT. OCCASIONS
Olaen'a. Conrt A High St. TeL 801.
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS
Funeral wreatns. decorations. C. i.
Breithapt, florist. 512 State Street,
FOR SALE FIRST AND SECOND Mort
gage. Trust Deeds. Contract! oa
hou Will net 6 to 20 per cent.
BECKE A HENDRICKS
Heilig Bldg., 189 X. High St.
Your Horn or Car now.
BECKS A HENDRICKS
Z. 6. O. F. Bldg., 169 N. High St.
FARM LOANS PLENTY OF MONEY
to leaa oa good farm security.
CITY LOANS We ar Waning Pn
deatlal Insurance company money on
ity roaidenee and basiness property at
IVi per coat, plna a eommiaaioa Haw
kins A Roberta, Inc . 205 Oregon
price at Liverpool and report of famine
conditions ia Rnaaia gave decided strength
today to. tha wheat marketeer. Deiepite
a big increase of the amount of wheat
on . ocean passage, eaport purchasea of
North American wheat today totaled
bout 1.000.000 buahela.
Closing Chicago ouotation for wheat
'oday were H to l4e net higher, corn
l-8e off to M up and oat unchanged to
a ahad lower.
Saved, at Last! Maybe!
ANDERSON BUPEBT. Kealton
169 8. Hick. Tel. 164 4
B ABBES BONO
200 Gray Bid-.
SECKI A HEXDKICKB
ISO N. Hia-k, TU 161
147 N. Commercial. TeL 677
H. e. aaowN
109 S. Com'L TaL 639 or SCSS
W. 1". BROWN
THE BUNGALOW BEAX.Tr
447 State St.
LEO K. CHILD CO,
330 State Ht.
B. & CLAESB
109 8. Ocaa'L
Tot. 659 or 2053
61 fitata 8k
fRXD a. OEuANO
200 N. Church. TaL 1610
HOMES D. POSTER KJCALTT CO.
115 Pirat Nat. Bank Bid Tal. S.3
166 S. Liberty 8t. TaL 2242
W. H. eBABEXHORST A CO.
134 8. Liberty St. TeL 515
120 D. B. Bank Bid
TeL 61 T
147 N. Com'L
LAFLAR A LATLAB
Ladd A Bush Bank Bldg. Tel. 646
LA&SEN OR RICE
315 Oregon Bldg.
W. A. LISTOM
404-5 Haaoala Bldg.
ARTHUR MADS EN
2074 North CapitoL TaL 2807
400 Oregon Bid. TeL 117$
O. K. MIDDLETCH
f04 Oregon Bldg.
B31 State St."
451 Court St.
JOHN W. O&A
New Bligh Bldg.
GERTRUDE J. X. PAGE
484 Court. TeL 1136
FERiSINrl A BURSTERS
211 212 Uraj Bicg. TaL 901
WINNIE PETTYJOHN. LrfiMir
1.5 8. Hig St. TeL 634
RICH L. RlJuAN'N. Realtor
219 N. High St. TeL 865
SALL'M REALTY CO.
462 State St. Boom 7. TaL 1004
J. E. SCOTT
281 N. High St.
210 Oregon Bldg. TaL 1935
SOCOLOrSKT A EON
304-5 First Nat. Hank Bldg. TeL 970
SQUARE DEAL REALTY
U. 8. Nat'l Bank H!dg. TaL 470
TRIANGLE REALTY CO.
421 Court St. TeL 651
CLRICH A ROBERTS
129 N. .Commercial. TaL 1354
442 State St.
F. L. WOOD
841 State St.
WANTED Employment 13
BOOKKEEPING ALT. OR PART TIME.
A. Anderson. Tel. 1174-W. -
WANTED POSITION HOUSEKEEPING
for widower, or motherless home. Ref
erence. 2279 N. Church.
FOR RENT Apts. 15
3 RM. APT. WELL FURNISHED. DOWN
stairs. Private bath. 1133 Court.
I ROOM NICELY FURNISHED APART
ment. Heat furnished. 175 So. 14th.
Tel. 770 W.
YOU (.AN PLAY
WE TAKE CARE OF YOUR HOME.
High fists residential district.
New, strictly modern, quiet apart
ments. Frigidi:e, Electric Ranges. Radio,
Steam Heat, Brick-faced Building,
Two unfurnished rooms, bath. 980, 935.
Three unfurnished rooms, bath. 940, 945
Two rooms rurnlktied overstuffed,
937.50 to 940.
Three room furnlsned overstuffed,
945 to 9 of).
New Management, Redecorated
650 North Summer St. Phone 1373
FOR RENT Rooms 16
2 ROOMS, WATER, LIGHT, FUEL.
20.00. close in. 555 Marion.
FOR RENT Houses 17
5 ROOM HOUSE, GARAGE. CALL
1540 State St.
FOR RENT HOUSES FLATS STORE
Buildings. Becke A Hendricks, 189 N.
5 ROOM MODERN HOUSE: FURNACE;
fireplace: piped for gas; gaa hot water
heater; garage. Tel. 1890-J.
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSES AND
apartments, 925. 935. 950, 975. Un
furnished. 915 aad up. 841 State St.,
Room 8 and 4.
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VHt CAPITOL BEAUTY 8HOPPE
228 X. High. For Appt. TeL 866
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Over tha Gray Bell. -TeL 914
1.1 RIKE BEAUTY SHOP
areallina 75e. Pboae 754
MARIXELLO BEAUTY PARLORS
P,.minl Wava fiDOcialist
45 K. High St. TeL !
THE MODEL BEAUTY PARLOR
112 N. Commercial TaL 956
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For Men, Women aad Children
206 Haeonie Bldg.
NIFTY BOB SHOP
Fu(ene Permanent Waving, Hair Cuttiag
and It ir veiling.
811 State St. TeL 270
Taa finest chain cf Terminal
Heto'a In Oregon
Official Depot For All Oraroa
Pickwick Hammand aad Parker Stage
Strictly First Claa
Up to tne Minute
In service and
Meixarine Floor With Baby Grand PUao,
Larce Wr'.inf Room, .
La Ilea' Dressing Room
111 Room 99 with Bath and Shower
Stage Terminal Hotel
W. W. Chad wick. Pre.
W. A.Cummings, Local Mgr.
Chss. V. Cooley, Ass. Local Mgr.
Anderson A Kutxrt aaneral Insurance
169 8. High. Tel. 1644
E. H. BAIREY, Life, Accident, Sickness
828 Oregon Bnig.
BECKE A HENDRCKS
189 N. High. TeL 161
G. H. BERG. Life. Accident. Sickness
328 Oreroa Bldg. Tel. 1747
OFVH ft a J. i,iyr. nis. AGENT
806-7 Orekoa Bldg. Tel. 490
147 N. Com'L Tel. 24
LAFLA3 A LAFL1R
Ladd A Bush Bank Bldg. Tel. 546
W. A. LISTON. General Insurance
404-6 Masonic Bldg. TaL 1321
RICH. L. REIMANN Gen. In.. Loans
219 N. High St. TeL 865
Wash. Fidelity National Forge Philippi
405 Bank of Com. Bldg. TeL 2160
WILLAMETTE INSURANCE AGENCY
315 Masonic Bldg. Tel. 982
FOR RENT Houses 17
Furnished bungalow, all modern con
veniences. Furnace, fireplace, eleetric
Also new unfurnished 4 room bun
galow as well as many other furnished
and unfurnished homes.
Office space or desk room on ground
floor, good location and moderate rent.
See Stegner, 275 6tate St.
HOUSES FOR RENT
4 Rooms 541 Norwsy 918
4 Room 1334 Norway 930
6 Room 1110 N. Comml 925
6 Rooms 605 Jefferson . ..925
6 Rooms 873 Mission 935
8 Rooms 328 Rural........
K HC EG E R
BOARD AND ROOM 20
ROOM, BOARD, SINGLE MEALS. SUN
day- dinners. Alexandria, 1030 Che
meketa. Phone 1539.
fRY THE HOME WET WASH LA UN
dry. Tel. 171, 1356 B Street
CAPITAL CITT LAO DRY
Te Laundry of Pure Material"
Telephone 165. 1264 Broadway
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
Telephone 25. 263 8. High
D. H. MOSHEU TAILOR FOR MEN
and woman. 474 Court St.
WANTED Misc. 23
J. JOHNSON. CARPENTER jND BUILD
er. Reasonable charges. Figuree free,
1993 North Commercial.
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOB
farm loan. W have aeveral applica
tions on hand. Haw kiaa a Roberta.
Inc.. 205 Oregon Bldg.
WANTED GOOD WASHED COTTON
Rag not smaller than 1 yard to a
fot wiping machinery. Highaat price
paid for good clean rags, apply at
Statesman office, see Stifler.
More Than a Tonic
More Than a
A Natural Remedy!
Thla vredaet sundial aTatnra artta vital
uorking aad bulldiag materials provide
elements to maintain the normal chemical
belaaee to iaaar th aatural harmony
aad proper faacUoaiag glaada aad er-
fMmwmaa to maiaiaia a ncn ss4 baaltky
blood stream. - .
Ud a a aaiaaral wafer pleasant to
te oao package la af fieieat for three
oatka treatmeat. Sold aadar a peeitiv
'-iS' ' a!''
New First National
te Lam Shining Parlor
Export for Ladiaa an Qeatlemen.
Ootfey' Photo Service
Tal. 708. Qtot the Spa
KorrU Optloal Co. al f; -
ir. alaury aorn.
Lawyer Suite 810 1. J
6ocoIofky A Sob. TeL 970 204 Sl J
Real Katate, Loans, Iasuraac
Dr. David B. H11L Orthodontia
t (Straightening ef irregular teeth)
Suite (06. Hours 9 to 5
Every day except Thursday
Dr. 0 Neill A Burdette, Optome'r t
Fhone 6i5 ..401-402 4-j 1 40-t 4(1
Geo. R. Vehrs M. D, Physicisa Surge, a
Suit 608. TeL 9378-2379 he 7 j
Robin D. Day and Donald W. I: in
Attorney at Law
Telephone 193. '10 6 1 : 1
Jr. O. Ward Davis. Genera'.- L!.: iry
Tel. 81tt. JLvening by apw ytaiu.ci.1.
Dr. H. B. Sco field :.
Chiropractor. Neuroca'ometer Ser:rs
Dr. H. M. Brown, Eye. Ear, Nos st
Throat Sj .-cialist. Suite tf 'l
Dr. W. A. Johnson, Dentist
Telephone 1 S95...... l ii
WANTED Misc. 23
FURNITURE PACKHhO FOB SHIP
men. Oiese Power Furn'tu- Co.
MATTRES8ES RENOVATED BY TUB
Capital City Bedding Co.. 1190 Ncrl
Capitol. Called for aud doUvered. A
work guaranteed. Tel. 19.
RABBITS 6Cc. CALL 1028-M.
BOSTON TERRIER PrP8. ELIC-JD.4I
to register. Tel. 96F8.
RICH BLACK DIRT FOR SU.E. a:
excavating. Geo. Tucker. Te". 11.'
6 YOCNO PERCHON MARES, 6 V( l
Mules broke, 6 Orchard Mui?.
WHITE CABINET SF.WINO V 1!
just like new, one third off. l'.i!
desired. Telephone 2369J.
PEDIGREED AIRDALE MALE I' !
months old, a bargain if txL'j-i 1
Dec 15th. H. i Butter'iel I. !'
Hwy., Woodburn, Ore. Tei. li'.1
GULBRANSEN. CLAREDON". CAM
Pullman, Howard and LuJ ( m
that we have reposaesied, wi.l : o -
for the balance due oa thm. if :
want a nearly new piano. ch-p, li
your chance. Terms ta rspn . '
parties. Oregon Finauae Corfi-i..'a
Jaw pressure, steam heating to r
Kewaneo type approximately ti.i -
square feet radiation. To t niu 1
within next ten days from ba-.it. t
of Man's Dormitory at expense .
chaser. Address: Oregon Afric'.tnr..l
College, Business Office, CorvaLLs. '
WANTED Live Stock 26
CATTLE I NEED CATTLE OF A; j
kind. Let m make you an offer l -tore
yoa sell your. Just phone 251
or sea Walter Corbet, 1885 N.
FRED V. LANGE. VETERINARIAN
Office 529 S. CommarclaL TeL
Res. TeL 1669.
WOOD SAWING 29
WOOD 8AWINO. FHONE 1477.
WOOD FOR SALE 30
GOOD DRY WOOD.
PHONE 72T2, M.
19 IN. OLD FIR 88.50 PER CORD s
(t. rick). TeL 9119.
CALL TRACY'S FUEL YARD FOR 0OOD
wood. Pheae 99 If.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD.
C. A. TUCKtH.
TeL 2029 J.
19 INCH OLD FTR, DRY 2ND GROWTH,
and ash. C. U. Harbaugh. l )3d 11.(1
land Ave. Phone 1990.
O. 6EE) K. ANDERSON
FOR WOOD TO -BURN
kalem TRiN.t. a fuel ro
GENERAL TBANSFER WORK. TEL 1
By PAUL ROBINSON