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The New Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, October S6, 19X8
1 1 THE NEW OREGON STATESMAN'S GREATER VALLEY NEWS AND PROGRESS PAGE
th four acre tract of E. L. Ma
guln on the Edison road west of
Service Mixtion Hold
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Satrum
bought the O. T. Bratstad two
acre tract on East bill near the
reservoir. Mr. and Mrs. Satrum
came to Oregon about a year ago
and have been living near Canby.
City and Farm Property inj They have already taken posses-
silverton vicinity irans-
PRESS IN USE
Barbers Fight Whisker
Race; Seek Injunction
S1LVERTONT. Ore., Oct. 25.
(Special) Keal estate sales in
Silverton and vicinity have been
numerous recently. The follow
ing transfers have been Teported
by the Homeseekers agency:
V. H. Vearrier sold his
cre' ranch located about three
and one-half miles southeast of
Filverten to L. A. Johnson, taking
in the deal the Johnson rooming
house on Mill street, a three acre
tract on South Water street and
the old Van Cleave hotel building
on Second street. Mr. Johnson
bought -Mr. Vearrier's farm equip
ment and has moved to the farm.
Hari Buys Farm
The Dan Dybsetter 5 0 acre tract
on the new Salem-Silverton paved
road near the Brush Creek school
was sold to Andrew Hari. Mr.
Hari and his family came from
North Dakota about three- years
ago, and until recently operated
the GopJerud farm on the Salem
Harry Rraner bought the Grov.
r Brown home in North Side ad
dition and has already taken pos- i
session. Grover Brown bought
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ferguson
transferred their 160 acre home
near Weston to Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Chamness. taking in the deal the
Chamness 12 acre tract near the
Pine Tree Four Corners, a resi
dence on Fisk steet and the Sil
veton Tire and Top shop now op
erated by Mr. Chamness. Mr.
Ferguson will operate the shop
232 (and will live on the 12 acre tract.
Mr. Chamness will leave in a
week or so to look after his ranch.
Enuinment Added at Che-'EOing round and round lateIy in
equipment HUUCU U unc jan argument arising over the long
mawa Indian School Print
Shop Aids Work
whisker contest which the Ameri
can Legion is promoting for their
annual exhibit at the McMInnville
armory Nov. 9. and 10.
Mpctine last Mondar Tpninr
CHEMAWA. Ore.. Oct. 2a. fh- harbprs voiced an emnhatir
(Special) The print shop at the of,t atainst the. contest which
Chemawa Indian school has jtjtnev claim ls cuttjng into their
revenue because of the number of
McMinnrille, Ore., Oct. 25. I why the contest should he ttnn.
(Special) The barbers and Leg- ped. It was claimed that the thou-
men of this city have been I sands of people which are attract
ed to this city annually will more
than make up the deficit caused
by the refusal of several score of
Yamhill county residents to shave
O" Order Will
eomDleted the installation or a
new two-revolution Lee cylinder
press. The press was a much-
needed feature at the Chemawa
plant and will be useful in
production of the "Chemawa
American," the official school or
gan, and other printing of that
rj j i n "f The press was installed by tne
lie IQ. Hy C73SS! Portland branch of the American
iType Founders company and is
one of the few of its kind in this
section of the country.
This machine is only one of
the many new features lately ad
ded at the beautiful new Chema
wa shop, which Superintendent
Lipps is rapidly developing into
the best equipped in Indian service.
entrants. Their letter threatening i whisker contes
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
Monmouth, Ore., Oct. 25. (Spe
cial.) The Order of the "O" held
its opening meeting of the year
Tuesday night. It was voted that
Whether an injunction actually aU normal men should be remind-
will be sought is problematical, al- ed taat tne rearing oi ieurs on
though barbers insist that should !at ,her hSher institutions of
the contest continue, court action ' learning or in high schools should
will be taken to restrain the race De discontinued. Homer Dodds is
Many residents from surround-dvisor or tnis ciuo. oipcers
ine communities have ontpreri the elected are: President, Wallace
s have entered the elected
f in hiv.h acK McCrae: vice Dresident. Philin
an injunction to restrain the Leg-.and merchandise prizes are offer-! Myer; secretary, Joe Watts. The
the'ion contest was sent to Roy Far"'ed the winners at the judging on acting secretary during Mr. Watts'
ley, commander of he McMinnville 'the evening of Nov. 9.. 'absence from school, is Bill Or-
OREGO.V NORMAL SCHOOL,
MONMOUTH. Ore., Oct. 2 5
(Special) The seniors enjoyed
the first formal dancing party of
the year Saturday evening. Hal
lowe'en decorations prevailed and
a merry time is reported. Dean
Todd. Mrs. Addie Robards and
Miss Edna MIngus were the facul
ty patronesses of the affair. Fea
ture dances were given, one, a
Spanish number by Dorothy Ray;
the second, .an interpretation of
the Doll dance bv Delmer Campbell.
post No. 21
Letdon Men Determined
Members of the Legion's gener
al committee in charge of ar
rangements for the show met has1
tily Tuesday noon and voted to
ignore the barbers' plea and de
fied the tonsorial artists to show
Several different races are on.i 1CK
including the longest whiskers en-i
tered, the longest grown since Oct.
13, when the race started, the rat
tiest, the widest, the . ..ttiest,
the reddest, etc.
A rch Shoe
Styles are correct
Quality is the best
Price is very reasonable
They do fit
You could not ask for more in one paid of shoes. Let
us try a pair on your feet so that you too can know
how well they will make your's feel.
Arch Shoes in Welts
from $4.85 to $8.50
3This cut shoes, a tie that
tomes in black patent and
331 State St.
W MILL RACE
TURNER. Ore., Oct. 25
(Special) Workmen were busy
Tuesday placing new concrete to
strengthen the wall along the mill
race on Turner's principal down
Mrs. R. E. Stewart and young
son Quinten returned to their
home at 520 S. 18th street, Salem,
Tuesday, after spending a week
with Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Bear.
County Superintendent Fulker
son visited the Turner school
Mr. and Mrs. F. M
rawiorasvuie sent Sunday at
me c. A. Bear home Mm Rear
returned with them for a visit at
ner son home.
J. W. Burge is critically ill with
uvuuie hi ms home near
turner, several of his children
nave Deen called home.
Miss Gladys Humphrey, teacher
rarnsn junior nigh at Salem,
spent Sunday -ith Mrs Henry Bar
nett. Miss Humphrey has many
friends In Turner, as she taught in
the schools here several years ago.
Lar8 Larson wa8 a Salem visitor
Mr. and Mrs R A r,..
In Silverton Monday.
tJennem is usine a cmtrh
account of an injured foot.
MONMOUTH, Ore. Oct. 25
(Special) Funeral services were
held at 1 o'clock Wednesday at
the Evangelical churcr for Mrs.
Sarah Ritner, 67, who died Mon
day, following an operation last
week at the Dallas hospital.
Sarah Morrison was born Dec.
6, 1861, at Adell. Iowa, and came
to Oregon when a child Most of
her lifetime was spent In the
Lewlsville-Peedee region on the
Luckiamnte river. She moved to
Monmouth about 5 years ago and
this city has since been her home.
Surviving are her husband.
John Ritner, and three children:
Frank Ritner, Aberdeen; Fred
Ritner, Toledo, and Mrs. Rlttle
Kerber, Peedee; six brothers, Wil
liam Morrison, Seattle; Linn Mor
rison, Thorp, Wash John Mor
rison. Cabin Creek Wash rA
Bear of jMorrlson, Auburn. Wash.':' Oscar
Morrison, McKinna, Wash.; and
Barney Morrison. Sunnyslde,
Wash.; and three sisters. Mrs. A.
Z Tedrow. Monmouth; Mrs. Maud
Mattox. Thorp. Wash.; and Mrs.
Rena Turner, Freewater. Funerai
services were under riirootin..
n . - . i.vn wl
. vv. Menkle or Dallas, -with the
eV-.vL H- W111d ot the Mon
mouth Evangelical church officiat
ing. InteYment was in th va
wards and Ritner cemetery near
I S. SWOTS
MILL CITY. Ore., rw c
( Special )-r-Pians are Mnv
for the annual carnival i.
be high school students m,i,i.
will be held November 1ft rrf
sional entertainers have been en.
sagea ior tne program this
tne attraction beinc
Members of the seninr rioco ,sn
have charge of the ice rrn,
booth. Juniors will have mil nnltf
of confetti and noise making de
vices ior sale, the sophomores
will preside over the hot rln? kit
chen and the freshmen will sell
peanuts, popcorn and canriv
Other features will be a mennp-
erie, an elephant ring and magi-
itns, ciowns and fortune tellers.
HUBBARD. Ore (W r
fSpeclal Mr. and Mrs. John
Smolnlsky who are members of
the Red and White chain
organization motored to Portland
Wednesday night whr -f
tended a merchant' mnf... "
They were accompanied by Mr
and Mrs. R. c. Painter. Mr!
Smolnisky became a member of
the Red and White line about a
year ago and is the only repre
sentative of that line in Hubbard.
F or Camp Firej
HUBBARD. Or7 rw r I
(Special) Miss Beryl Blosser. in-
fr,lCK0rnrade9 three an tour
of the Hubbard public echools
guardian for Camp Adahi of the
Hubbard Camp Fire Girls. Miss
succeeas Mrs. Hertha Dil-
uas moved to Molalla
where Mr. Dillon has the pr nci
, liie graae school.
It's Mighty Inconvenient
to be rtmssed up and shoved around like we are at present.
Our remodeling job is nrocrressincr faf c : l
better shape next week. The Front is all boarded up, but
tan gci in at me souin
window see "Entrance"
signs. Look it over while
this is going on we are of
fering our biggest range
bargains A Great West
ern All Cast Porcelain en
ameled 18-in. oven range
that weighs 470 lbs. for the
price of a common steel
range. We have 10 of
these in Grey Porcelain
Enamel and the. price is
Coiled and set up
Then just look over the
Great Western Subflame
Heater and see the most
stove for your money that was ever made
Also the Sunbeam Cabinet Heater in full
$o.5U is better value, we think, thai any heating plant
UMI was ever orrered Uie stove buying public
It will pay you to shop around before buying a stove or range
GEO. E ALLEN
- HARDWARE, PAINTS, PLUMBING, MACHINERY
, j .- . 236 N. Commercial St. !
SILVERTON, Ore., Oct. 25
(Special) Mr. Svarvari returned
to his farm on West hill on Tues
day, from Tacoma. where he un
derwent an operation at the Vet
erans' hospital. Although he is
still quite weak, his health
Camp Fire Girls
Party Is Enjoyed
OREGON" NORMAL SCHOOL,
Monmouth, Ore., Oct. 25. (Spe
cial.) Camp Fire girls of Oregon
Normal school met in the gym
nasium; Wednesday night for a
hard times party. An interesting
assemblage of costumes with a
swiftly moving program of stunts
provided an interesting evening.
Officers of this organization are:
r-resiaeni, Eleanor nolloday; sec
is retary-treasurer. Clarena Nelson;
reporter, Anabel Acklen.
KILEEN. RED MVS
FICHT MAIN EVENT
EUGENE. Ore.. Nov. 2 5.
(Special.) Terry Kileen, popu
lar fighter from Independence,
and Red Hays, well-known Stay-
t ct-i. will tlach in llippnp
Fridav nieht in a four-round spe
cial event on the Eugene hoxinsr
commission's show at the armory.
Herb Owen ts matchmaker for the
Del Allen. La Grande welter
weight, will mpet Willard Norton.
Leaburg, in the 10-rr.und main"
event of the card. Allen has won
41 of his 4 7 fights, 2 5 of them by
knockouts. He drew five tinis,
and lost but twice. Norton, who
is but IS years of age. has won
20 out of his 27 starts, 15 of them
knockouts. He has fuiifcht five
draws and lost twice.
Jimmy Lee, University of Ore
eon Chinese boxer, will clash
with Eddie Berge of Marsh field
in the six-round semi-windup.
Both weigh 142.
Iron Man Firpo. Albany, will
battle Don McGee, Burns, at 155.
in a four-round special. Firpc
has won his last two fights her
The show will be oDened by n
fniir-rnnnfl event between Kid
Jewel and Tom Sprankle. both o'
Cottage Grove, at 115.
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL.
Monmouth. Ore., Oct. 25. (f-py
ciah) -Mrs. Grace Tarker Morri
andMiss Emma Henkle, facultx
members. are doing institute
work at Corvallis this week. Mls
Katherine Arbuthnot is similar)"
occupied at Albany. 1-
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