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HELP WAIN lau niAijp
Trr MECHANICS !
specialised elec- I
and fender re-
hanic is seldom ,
Are you good at twwbie shroUng,
-. wnrk or body
i-i a wnnA mechanic
FT. . ie - hin vou to be among
the best We also teach dlesel engin
eering. Diesel men are in demand at
t7om -00 to 112.00 .per day. Call on
Mr. Murray arthe Marlon Hotel. Sa
lem. Nov. U-tl snd 15th. U L. Ad
cox. Trade school, Portland.
11 70S to 12200 year. Steady work.
MAIL CLERKS MAIL CARRIERS. I
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cient. Paid vacation. 25 coached FREE.
Write today sure for full particulars.
Pox T83, Statesman.
FOR SALE .Miscellaneous
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"Used heaters, $1.00 and up. Ranges
$3.00 and up. vregon "uwi,
u N Ham' L
i.nM sai.K Old papera 10c a bun- I
die. Statesman office. j
, n.wuinrinivi-i I
Tynewrltera all ma ices, new mua
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Adders ana ijikwhw. w a I
Typewriter Excnanae. i- .7"'
- ,i s.r-hnnee. We buy. sell.
e.cnTnge merchandise Tof value 197 So I
rll Oom evenings. We buy old
All makes rented, sold and repaired.
W. G. Mangum, Manager
279 N. High Phone 6022.
Spltsenberg. Baldwin, o n a t h a n.
Kewtown. Northern Spy 40 and I 50c.
Walnuts' 16 ctt, shelled lf-r
dressed fries. Mrs. J. H. bright. 4Vi
. . .f-- anniaa SDitxenberg,
Jonathan. Kings. 35c bot for $1.00
Bring boxes. Kraut cabbage 95c per
hundred lbs. Puritan .Cider Works,
West Salem. n
25 blooming slse tulip bulbs 60c . 65.
$1 0. postpaid. Chapln Bulb Farm,
Salem, TeL 69F5.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE Thorough-
bre i Chow pupa K. u. aionvv. .
Molalla. Ore. nnnrir
JSXSE mittttaT FIRE
THE OREGON M,UTMTiRS
INS. CO., of McMinnvllle has paid its
policy holders in losses mors than
3.750.0d. When you have a loss, you
expect fair treatment Prompt pay-
m -nt. Our officers are proud ol : their
loss payms recoro. -",.-," I
pl,one &j$vt folet
oiahu-q- o.-ir nAr I
W ANTED Miscellaneoua
Bjm ijuu-u-ir-n ' 1
n, a Msn ITaut ntuM. in -4."
.t.nna, a raidioa. Dhonogrspha, of fur-
cruana i""'r i....- rw-,-i.n I
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AH kinds of rifles, pistols, hons,
W ifold and Jewelry. Condition no ob-
, J4 N. Commercial
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n.i-in.i Doema songa Pioneer Ca-
le Publisher Bs 2T, Portland. Ore.
w a NTED Will pay le a pouna or
AOD CiSaN COTTON rags. Must
1"t y'rr ... . . Mum vard.
ilJl . lust a aauare vard.
C"unj-i..-i 1 w.
W A NTED Second iuuiu i - v. -
Ironer for home use. Foot feed. Bos
mi rnnr nr 1 ' 1
ttrm pl.u home laundry work
l - . ,A a . D ,. U,
-.hona till or call at I0
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Will repair your watehregiesa oi
condition for P'" JI "VsHmata.
work frantel year. TYee esmat
rSnER JEWELRT STORE
324 wortn uiim"'"-""
"J LKAKT ROOF? Let X lt.,Guar"
.roTk. price reasonable. T-1. 504.
ROOM and BOARD
J Room. board.$ XSUskjT
n niniT APARTMENTS
FOR RlS-iNl At A-KAg Q
PmtttMl partmnU wlV i
-rH.nlex Apt, unfnr. 51 N. Winter.
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rooms. Modern, heat, water, garage.
i-, r.frirstlon. elec. stove.
Famished 3 and room heated apta
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Stratton apta nicely fur.
rra. apta. Elec. range and refrlg. sto
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TTttl fur. ants. 140-348 Marlon.
Very, nice apt. .r.
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rrlV turnip B- do
In. 315 8. Winter. Tel. 8825
POLLY AND HER
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no financial responsibility
for errors which may ap
pear In advertisements pub
lished in its columns, and
Is cases where tb is paper it
at fault will reprint that
part of an advertisement In
which tbe typographical
Tbe Statesman reserves
the tight to reject objec
tions! advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der tbe proper classifica
tion. FOR RENT Apartments
Very attractive apta. 210 N. 14th St
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Heated ante. Priv. bath. 4J2 Marlon.
Three room furnished apartment.
private Darn, not and cold water, eiec-
trie range. Adults $22.50. 592 N. Com-fnerci-i!.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Flam for adults, i to
rooms 830 to $40. Also houses, etc.
BECKE ft HENDRICKS
lit North High Street
2 room house, nook, garage, paved
street Inquire 2010 N. Com'L
Modern furnished, 173 So. 13th.
Clean furn., unfurn., 2140 Maple Ave.
Splendid modern home. 660 N. Cot-
Rent Houses $10
Wood, Bayne Bldg.
to $10. F. L.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
$25. Close In, mod. bungalow, R.,
fireplace, furnace. Others $16 to $50.
FURNISHEU ATS. 16 to U
Unfurnished houses $10 to 4&. l
UECH - i-i- or i humau? i
341 State, for best rentals in town.
Furnished or unfurnished. 5 rooms
nj basement. Good location. Phone I
Furnished cottages, water, iignts, i
... . ' rv. ' - r-nz I
iucl nnu -. - mu. t nunc - --. i
. i tin . wtnr L.vmA k 1 1 i
FOR SALE Real Estate
We hate a splendid business togeth
er with dwelling that farmer can han
dle to trade tor farm stocked.
We have 60 acres of fine timber,
half old fir to trade for clear Salem
10 beautiful acres near Salem, mod
ern home, othfr buildings, plenty of
fruit, for only $4750.
MeGILCHRIST A PENNINGTON
203-10 U. S. Baa Bldg. Phone 140.
185 A.. 95 under cult.. 10.000 cords
wood, fine pasture, 10 A. clover,
5 A. alfalfJk. fruit, bides. Only
274 A. Polk Co., 80 A. bottom land.
timber, pasture, running water,
two bouses, bsrn, etc $55. as
6 A. 2 miles from Salem on Pacific J
hlehway. This Is a real buy at
1162 A. "stocked ahdj equipped farm.
20 A. seeded, fenced, well water
ed, .splendid Steele. This is a real
stoea rancn. fries io,uu.
str,cti- modern house N. Salem.
stoett ranch. Price i a,....
Saerlfice price.: $2800.
4 rra. and nook, attractive home, $2.-
TRADES RENTALS INSURANCE
J. F. CLRICH COM PANT
more anyone wantf 10
, bottom, and part In
f f clove oat, and retclL j.g
room and 1-2 room house, barn, chick
2-2 ujht. .n a,, bidga i biR. to
p- O In .alley town. 35 cords of wood I
i .. -ft .h -b.ni Th nia- i
cut, row and chickens. This place la
dear. For 1 weeica I am cutting the
price from $2500 to $2650. $1(50 cash;
terms on bal. Chas. W. Warner, Me
1 tarn a. Ore-, or see my agent at 320
IS AN EXCEPTIONAL BUT IN A
S large cheery rooms, living room
with arched ceiling, dining room with
oirnw luDuaru., ui cKist ruuiu,
mint in Kitcnen witn electric rerrlger -
I downstairs, 3 nice bedrooms up stairs,
uior ana eieciric range, 4 Dearoom
I 2 sets of plumbing, double garage, nice
I back yard with pretty shrubs n
i snaae trees, rnis is located in rine dts-
trlct close to schools and state hous..
rtu nt v. k H,.it hmiu. in g.iam
I One of the best built houses in Salem.
I rc $H.000. $4500 less than actual
cost. Can be shown by appointment.
i sii mrs. cms witn
LEO N. CHILDS CO . Realtors
320 State Street Phone 1708
Homes that can not be duplicated
for the money must be sold at sac-
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UVVW .111 II" I.I ,1,U. I Cl UUIII
I strl-tlr modern. ( rooms. Rents for
I J5- No better buy in city.
i ,m0- home 4 for $1500 0rU
50 iown- 15 nonth, Including Int.
r. hou.. garage. . '
is.Q. uoiy j room house, elec. lights.
toilet, extra fine lot, most Ideal for
some old couple. Only $50 down ; $li
montn. wny pay rent!
ror H-Mit Buya m Homes
SEE BECHTEL or THOMASON
341 State Street
JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
A NICE PLACE TO BUILD TOU A
NEW HOME ON MILL. CREEK. I
have lust listed from a NON RESI
DENT A NICEl-Y LOCATED TRACT
BORDERING ON MILL CREEK, on
tw0 ,lde WITH 160 ft. FRONTAGE
I ..wi Ki.u i
I I have an attractive pric and tarma
for quick aale, with $700 cash payment
or owner wm trade ror acreage.
Sew W TALLMAN AT ONCE.
331 State Street Phone 3713.
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Three or six choice lots, T-rootn
semi-modern plastered house, flre-
lplac basement, etc All lots covered
.uh i nut fri,i mnA nmom.-.tiii
-ed laj wn. ncevlew. paved
terma. Sell alt or part Near junior
high and grammar schools, owner. 70S
corner Rural and Winter Sts. Phone
Beautiful 7-room modern house, ce-
, ment garage, good residential district
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FOR SALE Real EsUU
TOR 8 A LB
Garaxo arid service station S liv
ing rooms, 2 pumps, 2 large lota, build
ing 50x35; ir soia soon -.-.
terms. 2 blocka north city limits Fort
land road. Pacific highway. 1
EXCHANGE Real Estate
TRADE Good 100 acra farm, good
buildings, light. $1000. take acreage
to halt value.
Ten room bouse, double plumbing,
close to university; take smaller
nouse. room aou-a w-- imu,
North Salem, for cheaper house. Half
.. lu.i .,. -lt Ihnlla. tSOO ! I
bouse with rurnace.
take car. 10 acres close In fer house.
F. L WOOD
341 State Street
Unimproved camp and cotuye sit
on coast highway for sale or exchange I
for Salem home. w. t: wary, u.ene
den Beach. Oregon.
14 acres, east, good house, extra
good well, barn, large henhouse, I
horses, 2 cows, chickens, all equip
ment. Will take 4 or 6 acres in trade.
1 Price f 37SO.
A. F. HOMTER
17 North Commercial
CONCRETE BUM. : garage bus-
lness with all equipment in good town.
will trade ror farm, atocKed ana
equipped to 1:5.000.
H. C. SHIELDS
2!l Oregon Bldg. Tel. 801.
C8 A. near Dallas, fair building Will
trade for good modern home.
21 A., ne buildings, but good land to
trade for house in Salem.
Fine home in Auburn, Washington to
trade for Salem property.
Many good buys and trades.
R. A. FORKXER
It 10 N. Cottage Phone 3031.
FOR SALE FARMS
2 ( acres Mission Bottom farm. 8
.. v..i. n. hiMin vrr.A
To sell. Rt 8. Box 144 A. J. A. Cooper.
Farm price cut $5000. for quick sale.
140 acres well improved on Pacific
highway. Terms or consider some trade.
owner Box .1., statesman.
Stocked and equipped ranch for sale
at BARGAIN PRICE. 28 acres on
paved highway close to town and
school, good 8 room house with elec-
trie lights, good barn and outbuildings.
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verai regismreu .i?y uw, uww
and usual farm implements. For sale
for few days, only $4500, or will trade
for place at Roseburg. Call for ap
pointment. . Mrs Kins witn
LEO N. CHILD3 CO., Realtors
320 Stnte Street Phone 6708
Very fine Yakima valley fruit farm,
well improved to trade for valley
property. Have ' 2 farms to trade for
service stations or auto camps.,.
SHIELDS & BLAKE
P.r.egn. ffgf TeL 8902
20 V A. 2 mi. from Salem. 1 A. or-
cnara, is - a. 01 me linen 01
soli, grows celery, cabbage, head
lettuce etc.. small building, H mi.
of school, Just off paved road. $,-
. mi. irom aaiem, .gooa soil,
. mi. irom snieui, .nwi muii,
small house and barn, macadam
1 A. V4 ml. from Salem, lots of fruit
and herrles. 4 room bouse, bath,
etc. Easy terms.
S1500. to loan at H.
320 IT. S. Bank Bid?. Phone 679.
$150.00 down, price $2500.00. House,
barn, electric lights, close to school, i
miles of Ssiem, 5 acres good soil, all
$500.00 down, 5 -acres, new I R.
house, woodshed and fruit houaa, elec
tric lights, Vt miles of Salem; price
sown to hay, 2 -A. plowed for berries,
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prtce 3 1 ...; a aanxiy Duy. I
We have other small acreages from
4 acre p at greatly reduced prica.
SEARS A TUCKER
T32 South High Street
I Restaurant for rent, 89S N. ConrL
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rtTdvlc dMvtc lalf
I oerr aavice ana service in an i
HAWKINS A ROBERTS (Inc.
TeL 4101 30t Oregon Bldg.
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce your payments,
Ton keep the car.
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty 8L snd Perry
Phone 4733 Salem. Ore.
'Bells of Harmony'
Heard ever KOIN dally
ting out a loan service that
is really, really, different.
NO OTHER CHARGES
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS $10 to $300
Room 111 New Bllgh Bldg. 2nd Floor
51$ State S(L Tel. t-7-4-0.
LICENSED BY STATE
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I rn,t.u aju -A-nna
I -SJ-US. OB unuturs, CJtrm, ii.ric
I sr otner gooa eecuruy. Kepayame
- 1 monthly. When in financial need ses
I ua oerore closing imut
OROTrRAL IN V VJTT IfEKT
I First NalonJ Bank Bids. Phono 1513
TQ SALARIED PEOPLE
On plain notes, endorsed notes.
furniture and pianos.
STATE LOAN COMPANY
113 Ore. Bldg. 2nd floor
Office hra 10:00 a. m.
Is 1:10 m.
Telephone 7783 Licensed by State
Private money to loan on Improved
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BldV rrSTfui U'n.
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FOR SALE USED CARS
Yoii Can Buy Thes Cars
19 Sl-De Soto SA Sedan. Just lilt n.w with a new car guarantee MIS.
1-23-DeSoto S Sedan overhauled This ear Is A-l (or a 112 Only tie.
1121-Chevrolet 8 Sedan tires almost new, motor O. X new paint Just 410.
is - ora eeaan gooa area, motor xine,
1 it-Ford Standard Coupe overhauled
19 29-Ford Standard Coupe Just out of
1928-Ford Model A Coupe A real bur
nis-Chevroiet i Koa aster new top, motor u. k. at , ill.
1128-Ford Sport Coupe A dandy 220.
U2-Naah Special Roadster new Urea, runs fin - 111.
1128-Ford. Model T Roadster. Runs seed
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1138 - Ford Two door. Just
W L ANDEPSON. Inc.
DeSOTO PLYMOUTH DISTRIBUTORS
Used Car Book Values
for November Have
But our prices have Cuts from
I $6.00 to 150.00. Compare these prices
1111 Tnitnr SMiail
lists TiMnr Sarfm
jiyje Si A. Coupe
1 1930 Roadster
11921 Fordor Sedan
102 Tudor Sedan
ist Tudor Sedan
1921 Roadster ll
1929 Plymouth Se
iIT Chevrolet Tt
1921 Chevrolet Trunk-
VAIXET MOTOR CO
Phone 8158 Center Street Display
Phone 710 Lot at Liberty
and Marlon Streets
McKay Chevrolet Co.
we nave several a raouei roru ear-
nfJ Zc?" beln 0ffere1 at
193 Model Ford Truck long
wheel base, dual wheela, run
but 3000 miles, with 11 ft.
bodv Has new truck ruar-
192 Model Ford Truck, body and
cat. dual transmission and
good rubber 350.
1930 Ford Coach, run but 1,-
000, good rubber, only 396
19S0 Ford Sport Roadster, with
rumble seat $76.
1930 Ford Stand. Roadster.
(Looks like new.) For a sec
ond car this car would be
appreciated by any body.
1926 Model T Coupe, looks good 86.
1924 Model T Touring (Trans
We have in stock a complete line
of Chevrolet cars and trucks, which
have been rebuilt and Tefinlshed In
very attractive duco colors.
SEE US FIRST
McKay Chevrolet Co.
"Where Tou Get the Big $ Worth"
TST R woelr. nM hlsr-lr mtiA tan
pup -ith bob tail,
FOR SALE Complete house car,
1930 Chevrolet chassis, run less than
8000 miles. Must be seen to be appre-
elated. See Art WHSon. Uouglas-Mfr
elated. See Art W II Son, UOUgias-MC-
Kay Chevrolet Co.. 430 N. CoraU st
SOLD WITH A GUARANTY
1928-PontIao Coupe $350.00
l-ZT-Pontuus -toad star witn
1127-Ford Touring, with ruxtell 110.09
A rew otners to choose from.
Wood .Wheaton Motor
Oakland Phone 9521 Ponttae
Used Car Department
WANTED Private money to lean
I - Mi
I w. H. QRABENHORi-T A CO.
134 8. Liberty St Tel. 4l
LIVE STOCK and POULTRY
I 01UVI ana t UUl-lIU
Poultry wanted, Salem Poultry Co.
Fawners Market. 3i in. iao. leu sit.
FOR SALE Pure Hansen cockerels.
H. R. Schotz. Rt. 1, Box 15$. First
four comers on Sllverton road .
FOR SALE WOOD
. P.ia .?T . ?ak-. .rjr!r. y.6--. ! ' -.
For good wood phone $9$(. Tracy's
dry fir and oak wood, oai
ana luei oil. tjau on us tor prices, we
give good measure, good quality and
LaRMER TRANSFER STORAGE
FIRST CLASS FUEL
Old Fir screened hog fuel $4.00
IS" dry planer wood .., , 6.00
load planer 2.75
14" Old Fir mill block 5.00
load mill block 1.71
It" dry sea. growth fir 5.50
tt load sec. growth 3.00
IB" dry old Fir .S0
tt load old Fir 3.5S
Our large load is a cord or 4-rt
wood sawed l-lnch. Phone 8847.
fhed e. wetja itcc.
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i " 0a tlr $5.25. TeL 4885.
GUARANTEED DRY" Wood coal
I TeL 5000 Salem Fuel Co. Trade 4k
ALL KINDS, any length. Call $781.
Dry wood. TeL 7877.
. All kinds of wood. TeL 18F32.
All kinds of wood. Tt 3.
WOOD SAWING. TEL. 8883.
1 Wood .awing. Roblna TeL 1481.
FOR SALE USED CARS
new paint, now , its
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Notlcs is hereby clrea that
th undersigned hars been duly
appointed bj the County Court of
me state or Oregon, lor the
County of Marion, as Adminis
trator with the will annexed of
the estate of Ida J. Zimmerman.
deceased, and that they hare
duly qualified as such Ad minis
trators with the will annexed;
all persons haying claims against
the estate of said decedent are
hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified, to us, at tbe
office of Ronald C. Glover, our
attorney, 20S Oregon Building.
Salem, Marlon County. Oregon,
within six months from the date
of this notice.
Dated at Salem, Oregon this
11th day of November, 181.
CLINTON D. CHORPENINQ
Administrators with the will an
nexed of the estate of Ida J.
RONALD C. GLOVER.
Attorney for Administrators with
N 11-18-15 D 1-9
Postal service on Armistice day
will be limited to general deliv
ery, J. H. Farrar, postmaster.
yesterday announced. The win
dow will be open from t to 10
nim fintf CmfmS rnllaa south
on Rlvar Drive. It hols watered fair-
wars, largs graana Fess lie sunaays
md hollaara Il.oe.
R. D. Barton Batteries- Starter and
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Iterator wort Texaco station, car-
ner Court and Church.
tLOTD BL RAMSDEN Colombia
Bicycles and repairing. 14$ a Liberty.
Tbe best to bicycles and reparrint
H. w. Scott. 14T a. comi TeL ti-
Telephone 4450. R. B. Northnesa.
Dr. a It 8COTT. PSQ Chiropractor.
2(f If. uign. xei. Rsa bits.
rrna 8onnD. Palmar Chlronrae -
tora X-ray and N. C. It New Bank
Center Bt Valeterla Tel 1131.
ALL kinds of Coral work. Lots flor
ist. 16th ft Market. TeL 1B1Z. .
fTTTT Flowera. wedding bouauets
funeral wreatna. oecorauo-ia, u.
BrelthsaDk norm, sis vcats sirm.
41$ Court. ' -
I HoQsecleaninir-Floor Waxinz
W. rlMn anrthln thaf a nalnted.
Capitol Window Cleaners. Phone 377s.
Salem Scavenger. Tel 4110 or 7100.
111 N. High
WILLAMETTE INS. AGENCY
Wm. Bliven, Mgr.
Sfii-i Rnttevtila A rant
115 Masonlo Bids - TeL TIBS
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
TH1 WZIDER LAUNDRY
288 & High TeL I
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY "
"Wo Wash Everything In Lax"
1..4 Broadway 888 State Street
I Mattresses from factory to nonva.
New 58 lb. mattrsaa $5.00. ..Renovat-
Mattresses from factory to "home. 1 878 Btate Bt. TeL
! Aim ntuM rinltil
I ding CoT TeL 4.81. Mtt North C-kattoL 1 184 & Lfborty 8C
mprovements Started by
Students are Aided by
BRUSH COLLEGE. Not. 1
Brush College school patrons are I
keenly intereerea in me new prw-1
ject taken up by scnoiars or ine
local school this fall, that of im
proving the appearance of the
school grounds and toward which
they are donating shrubs and
plants of various hardy jtinas.
Oregon grape is to be usea as a
hackcround for the attractive
ikrv in which wild plants such
as currant, trtlliums. lamb ton
gues, bird bills and others will be
. . ir. . . -., nr4ie1
pal is directing the worn.
.. nJli, ftiii.. hall irrnnnds
tZa V rfn Th. arora binr
Friday afternoon, the wore being
AM. MJ . J -o..w v "
UU las orutu -".st l-.u - 1
.. , T T-.I IT. -a
LKinSia UWIU. lri- UUUU,
non Rock, Erving Joeckel. Cory -
Tui.:: rC" . ";iMr- " Mrs. Glenn B. McClellan.
. ere 7 bV.T aL' r !c.e
in me mree neiguuoriug scuuut
i..i.. s,-,.!. riu.. t in.nir.
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rw f 1 . . I . , I
a m 11 i. - Z7
day, November 11 is a legal J10I-
may nu t aursuaj uu
tho ea?hrs of these districts in-
" ... T .11. . ZZ
and Miss Lillian Reynolds, re-
naailval. will ottanil r tm n ,r
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mitchell of
Portland are guests for a few
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs
John Scblndler of Brush College
I GEO. GL WILL Pianos. Pho no
graphs, sawing machine she, music.
ana piano stucaes. Kepainns poone-
I arspus sua nvmi m.cma.
I .Mr Marr Vtajrard. RllHowJr
I rrtirsln ht hatha nr IrMtm.Titll TtL
nA i faP or treatments. TeL
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLUMB INO sad general renalr
wora. uraber Bros- Iff Sa LltrtT.
Paper haagtrva and oalntlnc. Nse-
maa's Paint Store, 111 M. Com'L
PHONE QUDTN ADAMS for hooas
ate. Reliable woritm an.
FOB ST ATI ONTtR T. cards, nsmnh-
leta. Drorrama. books or an kind of
-1 printing; call The Statesman Print-
1 uepartm-mt. sib & CommerclaL
T-iepiwne si si.
FOB every purpose, for every part
Ail stanoai-i uses of Radie Tu
Cwrrt 81 Tel 1111.
STOVES and stove renalrtnc Stores
I for sale, rebuilt 'and renalrad. All
a. i icinas or woven wire is nee.
of woven wire fence fancy and
hop baskets, hooks, logaa hooka
i Fanes and 8tve Works, 313
Chetneketa. Tel. 4TT4
R B. Fleming.
XX H. MOSHER Tailor for men sad
women. 4T4 Court St.
I CAPITAL CITY Transfer Ce. 321
State St Tat. 7773. Dtatrlbottng; for
warding ana storage oar specialty.
uet oar rata.
FOR local or distant transfer stor
age, call S18L Larmer Transfer
Tracks to PortiaM dally.
ltt N. High
. M. KABLB
334 N. High St
J. LINCOLN ELLIS
488 State TeL
204-1 first Nat. Bk. Bldg. TeL
i. F. ULRICH
r. L WOOD
441 State St.
HOMSR n. FOSTER REALTY
W. 13. QRABENHORST ACOl
By CLIFF STERRETT
are sister, and brother.
Brush Oollete helpers are plan
ning an interesting surprise pro
gram for the next regular meet
ing of the Brush College commun
ity clubr Triday night. November
IS whoa they have charge of all
program and refreshment ar
rangementa. A. B. Utley Is presi
dent of the community club. Mrs.
Oliver Whitney ts president of the
Brush College helpers-
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Woelk of
Brush College entertained as
their Sunday guests from Salem
dMer. Mrs. Orvillo Grit-
r sft mmM mt1 dies m k .e Pw&
Jym m4 thlr daughter-in-law,
Mr, frank Woelk
n th anniversary of
Iour couIM- AH were married In
the am month bt non Qf them
inn thai aama. 1. a .r in
J v . S . a &
I an I O'elcvclr dinner thk lima was
I ""- "UHi;,
I rn-mmm 1. .
M - " V"v
I J. araer ana son jack.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Howard
Willis Kelthlfrr Jr.. and tha hivst.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kelthley.
1 Mm . , ...
I Mrs. w. Angel is reported as
I K-In 111 ,). -..V
Mr- nl Dan Prelson have
mov bMk to their farm D6r,
aft&r .pending the past year in
Sal d M Frank
tne Frelsoa Place are living with
Mr.. Quenkle's. parent. Mr. and
I Ur, Vmrr, m Ulnkl. mnA -r - A
daughter Mary Hinkle of Salem
were weekend guests at the
Charles Hinkle home.
Mrs. L. Parker of Newberg and
w. I- Parker or Portland are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Par
Gandhi to Start
Home; Hopes For
LONDON, Nov. 10 (AP) Ma-
hatma Gandhi decided that the
rnnnil .ahl MnfMMu iji,
round table conference on Indian
.ir. fs bound to fail, and an-
nouneed he would sail tor home
November 21. ready to begin his
fight against British rule.
His decision means that it will
be Impossible for him to make his
much-discussed visit to the Unit
ed States; that .he said, is not the
least regrettable feature about 1L
"Neither the king nor Mr. Mae-
Donald nor Lord Sankey has giv
en me any tangible basis for hope
demands will be granted." the na
tionalist leader said
Mrs. Schindlar and Mr.
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G. T. Group Keeps Same
President in 16 Years
01 its Existence
ROBERTS. Nor. 10 One of
the most enjoyable evenings of
the season was held Saturday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Pettyjohn. The occa
sion waa the annual banquet giv
en by the O. T. club for their hus
bands. A profusion of chrysanthe
mum autumn leaves and greenery
were used In decorating the
rooms. Mrs. W. C. Pettyjohn act
ed as toastmistress.
After the banquet the evening
waa spent In playing a number of
games and conversation and ail
joined in singing of "God Be With
Tou Till We Meet Again." just
before the guests departed.
The O. T. club Is unique In that
It has had but one president, Mrs.
Alice Coolidge, sine it was or
ganised about If years ago. Un
til this year tbe same secretary,
Mrs. H. B. Carpenter, has served,
but owing to other work it was
necessary for her to resign.
Those attending were: Mrs. Al
ice Coolidge. Mrs. Holly, Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Carpenter. Mr. D. Car
penter. Mrs. Esther Query. Mr.
and Mrs. John Orsborn. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Zlelke. Mr. and
Mrs. O. P. Jungwirth, Mr. and
Mrs. Forest Edwards. Mr. and
Mrs. B. D. Fidler, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Bressler. Mrs. W. A John
son. Miss Lula Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. George Judson, Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Fidler, Mrs. S. C. Dav
enport. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bow
man. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Higgins,
Mrs. Flora Holly. Mr. and Mrs. R.
J. Rice and Mr. snd Mrs. W. 0.
The Roberts community dub
will meet Saturday night Novem
ber 14. A good program has been
arranged by the committee and it
is hoped a large crowd will be
S. C. Davenport Is up and about
after being confined to his bed
with a severe attack of lumbago
At Piel Residence
RICKREALL. Nov.10 Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Piel and family
Of Portland were weekend guests
at the home of his father. George
Miss Bankrott of Monmouth
was unable to attend school Mon
day, due to the fact that her
mother Is 111. She Is teaching la
the grade school here.
Miss Helen Brown, a grade
school student. Is confined to her
home !wltk ehickenpox.
Bob Fonnan of Salem was la
Riekreall on business Monday.
tion 5 selm-lom-inoos
9 fiebrew -name
13 town ia
20 prices ef I
Herewith Is the solnticm te yes- st one of aa
trdays pvzsle.. '. order In.
Z eluding she
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