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The OREGON" STATESMAN. Salens Oregon, San'day Morning, December 22, 1929
whera he 'it esUMUhcd a very
CloTerdale papus ana teachers.
art;.preparlns a Christmas pro
gram to be given December 24 .it
two o'clock and they wish that
all might come.
erates a commercial ehlckea bit
chery has already started Ma.In.
cubators with f 00 white Leghorn
eggs the order is for a Utah poul
try man. The largest part of Dr.
Duganne's hatchings go to Utah
WnX STAGE PLAT
' WOODBURN, December ll
The annual aenlar play, "Peg O
My Heart, will be presented In
the high school "auditorium Jan
nary 24. -
' Telay wiU be eoackad by Miss
Virginia Mason and the ... stage
managers aro Arlo Thompson,
Charles ., Tyler and Ines Elliott,
prompter, : Berne ta Thompson;
costume mistress Peggy Sadler,
and business manager, Leonard
Gearin. " ."
good market, too prewm w-v.
la being started a month earlier
than usual lor hatching, hut
means that the ehicka will start
laying in Jury cl next year.
ESCFBATORS BET '
DALLAS, Dee. 21. Dr. R. E.
Dnganne ot Independence who op
Woodcraft Has -
MONMOUTHT December" 21.
The Sunbeam circle. Neighbors of
Woodcraft enjoyed their holidaay
TH ARE BIG
Toil Amounts to $414,000
In November Says State
Torest and slashing fire andJ
one conflagration at The Dalles
-contributed a large share of the
. f 414,000 fire. losses. in 98 fires in.
1rgon. outside of Portland, dur
ing the month of November, ac
ording to an estimate given out
Y-y Sfat Fire Marshal Clare A.
lee. This represents the greatest
; number of fires and the heaviest
November losses in the history
f the department records. The
total losses for the 11-months'
i period ending November 30,
192. were 43,717,000 which arc
less than those for like period-,
of the years 1924, 1926. and
1928 and $10,000 below the av
erage for the previous five year3.
Thy were $ 76,000 more than the
Mercantile establishments and
stocks suffered 'the greatest loss
la the November fires with an ag
gregate of $132,665 In seven
fires and farm properties came
next with a total of $109,675 in
37 fires, of which latter 27 fires
consumed farm dwellings and
contents valued at $11,000. Two
storehouses housing flower blubs
and four warehouses and con
tests were burned at a loss of
There were 35 fires in city
dwelling and contents entailing
a loss of $49,213; one apartment
and contents loss of $18,000 and
two fires in hotels and rooming
houses inflicted $3,700 in dam
&gei.v Industrial plants were
damaged In the amount of $90,
t S5S W'15 fires of which 10 fires
fa aawxnills and wood working
slants caused damages, to $80.
795. Two school fires destroyed
property values totaling $9,700.
Segregated as to cause the 98
fire are classified as follows:
Conflagration and exposure, four
fires, $80,900; overheated and
defective stoves, furnaces, chim
neys, fines, etc.. 21 fires, $26,
12$!; explosions, two fires, $25.
300; rubbish sparks and friction,
sine fires, $15,240; petroleum
and Its products, four fires, $14.
$21; matches and careless smok
ers, four fires. $8,810; incen
diary, three fires. $8,115; elec
tricity and defective wiring, two
fires, $3,200. Forty-nine fires
grouped as "undetermined" or
"unknown" as to origin Involved
property losses aggregating
homecoming Tuesday evening
with a large attendance present.
The program included a piano
duet by Erla Mae Murdock and
Winifred Ebbert; vocal duet by
Mrs. Charles Stanton and Mrs. D.
A. Hoag; address of welcome by
Mrs. C W. Price; response by
Mrs. William Riddell Jr.; reading
by Lila Hamar; reading by Mrs.
Lloyd" Mason; and Christmas
story by Mrs. Velma V. Smith. An
exchange of Cliiistmas gifts fol
lowed the program; followed by
supper served Jn the dining-room,
of the lodge hall. Table -decorations
of Oregon grape and Christ
mas candles, and a tree and fes
toons of mistletoe made the room
HID CHEST FUND
SILVERTON, December 21.
Each member of the Silverton
Teachers' association contributed
to the Silverton community chest
at 'the December meeting of the
A short program was also held
at this meeting at which time Dr.
A. J. McCannel, who recently re
turned from several months
abroad, spoke entertainingly on
the usual misinformation of Eu-
orpean travel, lie also gave a !
number of interesting glimpses of
his trip. Other numbers were giv
en by the association and at the
close of the evening refreshments
were served. -
Closes as Tribute
To Lulu Garner
rT.nVRUnAT.li!. TWwmbor 1.
Cloverdale school was closed
WpdnfRdav that 11 mleht attend
the funeral of Lulu Garner. Miss
Garner was a graduate, a few
years ago, of this school and since
has taken part in many of the
When vou order the Statesman
it is delivered to vou bv the little
merchant In your neighborhood.
ELECTRIC LINE IX
DAYTON, Dec. 21 The New
"berg Yamhill Electric company
has Jnst finished a line In the
vicinity known as "The Neck.
This supplies a number of farms
east of town with light and pow
er. The company has been extend
ing linen to a number of rural
communities the last few months
and others are being planned for.
ENJOY DINNER MEET
The Monmouth Business and
Professional Women's club en
joyed a Christmas dinner party at
the Monmouth hotel Monday eve
ning with 14 members and guests
present. A good program was pre
sented under direction of Miss
Mary Moore; and the newly
elected president, Mrs. Frances
TRAINS ARE DECORATED
Following their usual custom
again this year the Southern Pa
cific observation cars operated on
through trains over all parts of
the system win carry Christmas
trees beautifully decorated, for
9 the pleasure of the passengers
who are considered guests of the
When you order the Statesman
It Is delivered to you by the little
merchant In your neighborhood
Fast. teller. Plenty of open
territory. Write for particulars
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& appreciated than an
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fr ful gifts."
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One Hundred Years
Historical events yet to hap
pen may overshadow every
thing: except reverence for
departed loved ones.
In Belcrest memories will
linger forever an endow
ment protects all.
Stf UUe 6onth on Browning Arena
- mt. SoAll
For. months ,Safewaylhar $&3m
. . Sine' - - ZTmtt . . - , t? f - " . .mm I 1S .
i sneivesjiniine stores; ,
.'- V- i i Drives. vvJC i YvUiAi vivi! v",v'" vw 'ir 'J -------- .
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A beautiful crystalized assortment
of fork dipped Bon Bons, Jelly
Cuts, JeDy Rolls, Jelly Fruit Slices.
All hand-made at Safe-way's mod
ern sanitary candy kitchens. A
candy that will delight the children
Assorted hard candies, pillow
shapes, straws, cuts, etc, of me
dium size. Vacuum cooked, bright
and glossy. Made at Safeway's
own candy factory largest and
most modern in the west. That's
why we sell better candy for less.
A wonderful assortment of high
grade -chcolates containing
creams, crisps, chews and nuts cov
ered with milk and dark chocolate.
Attractively packed in beautiful
designedboxesr A fine Christmas
gift oTTatreat to the family at any
5-Lb. Box $1.49
3-Lb. Box . . . 95c
Commercial Chocolates in Assort
ed Flavors. Fresh, bright, new
stock also made by Safeway Can
Fancy Oregon Grown
3 lbs.... 69c
2 lbs. ... 23c
A rich assortment of all
varieties with few pea
Safeway flavored with
2 lbs. ... 29c
Safeway Cane and Maple Syrup is the finest
imaginable blend of pure cane and maple
with a delicious flavor rarely found in a
commercial syrup, and the price is econom
ical. 5-Lb. can 83c
10-Lb. can . . . $1.59
New washed, 1929 crop.
They sure are wonderful
2 lbs. . . 35c
New Crop, Seedless
4 lb. bags
Each . .22c
These are the old
Virginia Variety ,
2 lbs. ..29c
to be sure v
Corn, Peas, String Beans,
Very good quality at a sav
ing. 3 cans 29c
Maximum, Extra Fancy
pack in Heavy Syrup.
Peaches, gloria halves,
and fancy sliced. Bartlett
Pears. Fancy Sliced Pine
apple or Golden Apricots.
IScans o 79c
- Almost Oven Fresh
Jolly Time Sure Pop
White, Nice Variety
3 lbs. . . 25c
Pt. . . .19c
Maxlmnm extra or special pack Is
the Best without exception. De
licious Golden Corn, Small Ten
der Peas, Stiingless Rcf. Beans,
8peclal Pack Spinach, and Kraut.
4 cans .... 69c
C. & H. Pure Cane
Very fine, no Lumps
Home Dip Chocolate
The finest for home candy
V2lb. cake . . 23c
A better Shortening for your Holi
day Baking. It's more economical.
4 lb. Pail . .83c
Safeway Stores offer a substantial
discount to all churches, lodges and
organizations purchasing candies
and nuts for entertainments. Our
stocks are complete and quality is
unsurpassed We win be pleased
to give you our prices. -
A. & H. Brand,
B 51b. pail 69c
Safeway Quality Meat Values
Sinclair's Eastern Sugar Cured
from choice young corn fed pigs
Or All Vegetable Shortening.
The very best Quality
3 lbs .43c
Fancy Eastern, mild, Sugar
Cured. Extra fine quality,
streaked with lean, 10-12 aver
age. Whole or Half
Lb. ... . .27c
We will have a fine lot of Fresh Dressed Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Chickens at
. Reasonable Prices.
Prince Albert, QA
Velvet, 1 lb. canOi7C
C. & H. Fine
granluated, 10 lbs
a e 29C
Maximum is safe; .
- for "children ".'
3 cans . 25c
:; Case $195'
Safeway - Blend
162 N. Commercial ' Telephone 478
270 N. Commercial Telephone 1809
H lbs. $13.
fThe Cup that cheers"
LbaS a i .45C
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