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The OREGON STATESMAN, Satan. Oregon, W.dne&Uy Morning; 3zxext ?7. 1931
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The Statesman assumes
Meit women, 1S-M. Steady work.
flSS.0M250.00 month. Government
lobs. We coach you for Salem examin
ations. Full particulars and Hat posi
tions -FREE. Apply Immediately-,
today sure. Box 87. Statesman.
Work "for "Tncle Sara". STEADT.
tlOS to 1250 month. Men women, 13
0. Vacation. Experience usually in-
Full particulars wiw sam-
pie coaching- fki&is. wnw lmmeanue
r. Franklin Institute, Dept. 260 S
Rochester, N. T.
HELP WANTED MALE
Salesmen for Fire Dust, can
, Want local salesman to sell stock
and leases In Oregon to corporation
just starting operations. Call Room
4 80. Marlon Hotels today.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
BXR 8ALE Old pavers 10c a bun
dle Statesman pfftc.
Typewriters. . all makes, new and
vasd Adders and typewriters for rent
Typewriter Exchange, 431 Court 8t
All makes automatic ; and beam
scales reconditioned. Iowa Gar. 6 Men.
Shop. Phone 3313. 205 Chemeketa...
located S54 N.
C. W. sow. To farrow In Feb. and
Star. Cheap. Leonard Zielke. R. 3, Bx.
Films developed. 6 prints for 2c.
Room oyer J. C. Penncy s.
FOR SALE TTsed ranges 35.00 and
tip. Heaters 31.00 up. Furniture at
targataa Oregon Trading Post, 332 N.
All kinds of rir.es, ptstols. shotguns,
Id gold and jewelry. Condition no ob
ject Name ynur prie.
324 N. Commercial
rn iijwnrii"iiii"i"i-i- ...-
WANTED flaed Dianos. In OS
change en radios, phonographs, or fur
niture H U Stiff Furniture Company
WANTED Will nay 3e a pound tor
GOOD CLEAN COTTON rags. Must
be pieces at least a square yard
Wanted to buy rabbit hutches. Thone
Cash for complete house full of
furniture. Oregon Trading Post, 332
Painting and decorating, contract sr
day. Winter prices. Phone 8431. wm.
Vasby, 1195 Shipping.
"jnjxnj-Lnjij-ir -M- -i-
85 nlanos to rent 33-34-35 a mo.
Used pianos new upright 3135.00;
GEO. C. WILL
4 It State Street Balem. Oregon.
Buy or rent sne now. Terms If de
WW BtTT oriKlnal Poems, songs.
Sunset Pub's. Butler BldgU San Fran
FOR RENT ROOMS
g si s a s s ft n (t rfJJItJlltr(''l''
Large room, well heated. Plenty of
hot water and use of kitchen. Near
state houw. Tel. S650. ;
ROOM and BOARD
Rm. and board close In.- Tel. S31T,
WTnjwmiJrvmri -"--"" "'
ttnem and 2 meals. 2 la foom 325. 1
In room 330. Garage. TeL 4 3s,
Room and board 15.00 per week.
Comfortable rooms board option
al. 1 block from state office - bldg.
Tel. 67. ,
FOR RENT Apartments
Pattm anarrmants with private
ttarh nlMlv furnished. Located in
business district Call Patton"s Book
Furn. bung, apt and garage. 325J0.
n.lr Villa i7mirt. 947 Mill 8t lei
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FOR RENT Close In, finely fur
nished steam neateo apanmenii.
Phone 8490. '
2-rm. farn. apt 2281 Hasel Ava Tel.
nirmnlc ante. 2 and 3 room furnish'
ed ants. Every modern convenience.
730 N. Liberty. !
Furn. ant. 312.00. 690 Union.
E R. furn. apt. 317.50. R. O. Wil
llamjt R. 1. Box 53. Salm
Attractive cottage, 8 rms., nook and
bath, desirable neighborhood, garden
and garage. Inquire 1780 N. Cottage
arutru utAn. -iririi-,-i-i-i - ' - -- -- -- -""" "
3 room fur. bouse, garage. 865 Hood
St TeL 589.
POLLY AND HER PALS
W&AR "A jCVITHAN Me IN A
no financial responsibility
for errors which may ap
pear ta advertisements pub
lished In tts columns, and
In cases where this paper H
at fault will reprint - that
part of an advertisement In
which . - the typographical
mistake occurs. ;
The Statesman reserves
the right to reject objec
tions! advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classification.
FOR RENT HOUSES
rriR rent Flats tor adulta t to
I worn. 139 to 849 Aim hmws. .fr.
It North Hixfe Street
room cottasre. furnished. Rniu-
ment and gars. 1310 N. Winter.
BEST R TINT A US
It. Good S R. tranratow. ISIS V.
811.5a. House. 4 basement, fruit.
1035 N. 19th. House S rooms. S Iota.
fruit. 115; house R. at 1420 State
St. 15. Mod. 5 R. bungalow. BeUevue
St. SIS. House 4 rooms. 447 Tenter
St. S. Buns;. & R. all on oss floor.
SIS. House 7 roams, good shape. $13.
House R. close la. 135. Coxy 3 R.
buna, .fireplace, nook, sorasa. 814..
Furnished Apt. $14 to 310
SEE BECHTEL. or THOMASOJ
341 State Street Room 4.
Garage space for one car. I mi n Ire
28fi 8. Ifith 8t
FOR SALE Real Estate
Semi-modern 7-roorn home, fire
place, basement, et. garage, three or
six nice lots, good view, fruit, nuts,
grapes and berries. Ornamental shrub
bery, paved street. Block from brick
school, fine home district. Will sell
11 or part at bargain, terms. Owner.
785 Rural Avenue. Phone 8354.
Tour husband can afford this beau
tiful 5 room home, fireplace, furnace,
bullt-lna. beautifully decorated. Reas
onable price and terms like rent 1495
xi. ikul owner usi n. isth. Tel. 4277.
Beautiful English tvoe house, large
lot. strictly modern, fruit and shads
trees, $3500 ; easy terma
Property In Oregon City and Med-
for to trade for Salem property.
5 room home, modern, large corner
lot. $100 down, rest easy terms, must
WINNIE PETTYJOHN. Realtor
175 South High Street
10 A. 74 ml. from Salem, all tillable,
fenced, an year creeg. if cherry
trees, and otlier fruit 6 room
house, garage and two chicken
A. S room house, bath, electric
lights, automatic water system, 60
Koyai Anne cherry trees, large
chicken house. 400 Leghorn hens.
cow, electric stove and farming
tools, xsooo. mi. from Salem.
23 A. 3 mi. from Woodburn, 3-4 mL
to sctiooi, aarg loam soli, all tiled,
13 A. berries, family orchard. 7
room house, 2 yrs. old, bath,
lights, etc., barn and 3 chicken
Money to loan. Fire Insurance
320 U. a Bank Bldg. Phone 798.
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Service station and garage on busy
highway in town. Uood business prop
erty, inose S47Z.
Excellent 19 acre garden tract. 12
miles below Salem in river bottom.
Buildings and small orchard. Will sell
on easy payments, rent for casta or
exchange fr a good house In Salem.
U3 Chemeketa bt Phone 4327.
LOOS THESE OVER
8 A. all tiled. 1-4 ml Salem. 6 R.
home, electric water system, hot and
cold, electric range. 60 good cherry
trees, modern chicken house and 350
laying hens. SjOtfO.
88 good buildings, water sy;
tern, stream. 80 A. creek bottom, saved
highway, school bus to high and grade
school cut from S5000. to 83000 for
108 A. stocked and equipped. Fine
soil and buildings, good long time
loan on place. A snap. 310,500.
K. A. FORKNER
1610 N. Cottage Phone 303L
i-iiaOi'i siji ir juLrru"xn
Store building with Jiving quarters
and house located close In near 3 good
schools, formerly priced at 89500. Will
accept 88500 for quick deal. Property
SEE IT TODAY.
LEO N. CHILDS'CO.. Realtors
220 State Street Phone 6708
A REAL BARGAIN
4-R. plastered home. barn, poultry
house and 3 good lots In West Salem,
ior oniy iizw.vv. xauw.ua aewn. sal'
SEARS TUCKER, Realtors
133 South High Street
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Beautiful suburban home, 8 large
airy rooms, modern in e,very respect.
gooa oarn ana out wags., either l or
2 acrea Priced away below value.
Will accept good lot or small house
SEE Mrs. FJlis with
LEO N. CHILDS CO.. Realtors
320 State Street Phone 6708.
CALIFORNIA EXCHANGES FOR
For the last month we have inspect
ed many clear properties In Southern
California to trade on Oregon farms,
will assume. Some are cash buy era
Bring In your listings as several will
oe nere m next few weeks.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
175 South High Street
FOR TRADE 157 acres, 140 acres
under plow: mortgage 35900.00 at 5
On account of old age, owner wants
to trade for smaller place and will
assume up to zbuy.ui.
RICH L. REIMANN. Realtor
, 485 Ferry St Phono 8633,
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EXCHANGE Real Estate
Wa have 10S acraa. am half rrvrut
timber, baL pasture, all tesced sheep
usni. ciear ox aeot, owner wm as
nnw some on smaller farm.
nice IS acrea close in, fair Im
provement, fruit, berries, some ttm
ber. and the owner wants a nice Sa
A dandy St acres east, soma tlmbar.
running stream, modern T room bouse,
mort. $4,900. Owner wants small
tract for equity.
109 U. a Bank .
FINE FARM FOR CITT HOME
18500. One of the beat It .km
farms In the valley located on HmII
Prairie, modern bouse -except base
ment. Has bath, electric llshts. barn.
garage, poultry house, paved road.
Trade equity for a good bom In 8a-
lera. wnat nave Tout See my agents
BECHTEI. or THOMASON
341 State Street Room 4.
.. . J. J J u-unj-j.
6 R. house, mod., excent linwii
Clear. For Oregon City, Newborg- or
other nearby towns. 1020 N. 31st
- -i -iinn.ri.fi
FOR SALR OR TRinw
S acres on naved raaat Midnr
Good soil, piling, fins view, spring;
light and pbona- available. 8600.00.
5 acres at edge of valley town.
Good soil, some fruit, view property.
Can subdivide. 12600. .
1 lot m subdivision Albany on hlrh-
All free from Incumbrances. Inter.
ested in auto, electric washer or clear
Address owner. 1327 Marios St
If you have faith la Salem, hare is
your chance: T
19 acrea lust outside city. ' east.
paved road, can be divided Into small
tracts, ana priced at only 11660.
Have buyer for small farm. Want 8
to 12 acres of real beaver dam and
C. JT. JACKSON
Phone 4728 147 It. Com'l.
77 A. Polk Co.. 40 under cultivation.
timber, pasture, liver bottom land,
good farm bidga. 37000. Will trad
for larger place and assume some.
A. close to Salem, bottom ground,
small living quarters, paved road,
141 A. river bottom land, ruanlng wat
er, a. Bearing wainnts, 2 sets
buudinga $17,500. Will eon ald
32700 will buy a fully modern 4 rm.
and nook, north Salem. Terma
$1000 on very easy terms will pay for
a rour room itouse, garage, rur
, ntture, etc. North Salem.
J. F. ULRICH COM PANT
325 State Street Phone 1871.
160 acres on the coast -60 acres cult
40 acres grain, good dairy farm, $2.
000.00 mortgage, owner will trade for
anything In or near Salem, cows,
horses or farm equipment.
Also a good house In Salem to trade
with $1200.00 straight against it for
anything that can be used on a farm.
piace been rented to the same people
ior inree years.
H. C. SHIELDS
Oregon Building Salem, Oregon
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B-acres all In cultivation. 24 mL SL
of Salem, good location. New a R
house and electric lights. For Quick
sale, $1850.00 $860 down.
175-acres S miles of Salem. Esti
mated 6000 cord wood. About 20 A.
river bottom land, good road all the
way. Reduced to $7500.00 ; take house
in Salem up to $2500.00 ; this Is a good
pia.ee ana cneap at tne price.
skaks A: tucker. Realtors
132 Sonth High Street
MONEY TO LOAN
'Bells of Harmony
Heard over KOIN deny
ting out a loan service that
Is really, really, different
NO OTHER CHARGES
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
8TRICT PTM VAfV
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS IIS to 8200
Room 119 New Bilgn Bldg 2nd Floor
HI XT ATE
Bit State 8t Tel S-T-4-0
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Con kracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce your payment
Too keep the ear.
P A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St and Ferry
Phone 4733 Salem, Ore.
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries
er other good security. Repayable
monthly when ta financial need see
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank Bldg. Phone SSSS
CITT AND FARM loans at lowest
rates. Best terms obtainable. Our
Insurance department offers you ex
nert advice and service In all IJnes
natYMna ki ihckts i inc. t
TeL 4109 205 Oregon Bldg.
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT LOANS
We advance cash to salaried people
on plain notes, endorsed notes, furnl
ture, pianos etc.
STATE LOAN COMPANY
Sit Oregon Building, 2nd Floor
Corner State and High
Office hra 10:00 A. M. to 8:30 P. M.
Telephone T788 Hceneed by State
WANTED Private money to loan
on real estate.
W H GRABENHORST A CO.
134 S Liberty St Tei 4468
JJVE STOCK and POULTRY
Custom hatching that pays, lowest
prices, expert labor, nest equipment.
2c per egg Jan. and Feb. 2 Ho March.
Special prices on quantity. Phone
133F2. Lee's Hatchery.
Pure breed Mammoth Bronse baby
turks from our own carefully select
ed stock. B. W. D. tested and A. P. A.
certified. 400 to 600 weekly. Please
order early. Also t Incubators priced
rignt Bert Btepnens, JLiay ton, uregon.
Kt 2, box 4 U. Phone 3636 Amity.
FOR SALE WOOD
Green second growth $4. Old fir and
aan, pnone jxaa to jt zi.
GUVS LOOK WORS&
FOR SALE WOOD
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IS In. Snd STOWtBi ft 11 Kt anJ II -
Si. Tat 6448. - '
TeL 800 Salem Fuel Co. Trade
Old fir 18 in. 88. 2nd growth IS tn.
"oaeM.75. Sad growth 4 ft $4.
esse sisa saaa -,rnV)nAw
ury siau and old fir. TeL 6748.
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For good wood Bbone 3936. Tracy's
wood yard, -
ALL KINDS, any length. CaU 373S.
DRY n AMD OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel C4L Call oa us for prices. We
sia. sjooa sBsasur, gooa quality anu
KMB TRANSFER sTTORAQC
12" Old Fir $5.71.
is oid nr ji.60.
16" 2nd growth dry,
4 ft 2nd growth dry
SMITH RUBENS. Phone 48F14.
issieisiei eeeasiaaiaaa -1 iMrxrnrtrixn-n
Dry II to. 2nd growth, good wood.
good measure. Very lair price. Rose
Bowman, Rt 3. Dallas. Phone Salem
FIRST CLASS FUEL
Old ftr screened bog fuel.
Old Fir mill block. Dry planer wood.
Dry second growth.
FRED B. WELLS. INO.
Let R. M. Asheroft at 1120 N. mmt
St save roe-money on wood end saw
dust WOOD SAWING
Wbo6 sawlnc Robu. TeL till.
Wood sawing. Reasonable, 8399.
For wood sawing, call 8254.
LOST and FOUND
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LOST Kevs near Hollywood the.
rre. newarq. I'hone so 26.
FOR SALE USED CARS
Attention farmers 1 and 1-ton
trucxa Call 1:30 p. m. Pacific Fruit
4k Produce Co.
We have several '30 model Chev.
Sedans that we would like to trade for
Model '28, '3T, '38.
Would you uke to own a good '30
model Chevrolet Sedan priced
McKay Chevrolet Co.
3 S3 Center
Where You Get the Bis: I Worth"
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Your Chance, is Here
MUST REDUCE OUR. STOCK
1930 Standard Coupe $380.09
sport noaaster rumDis
1921 Snort Couds
1928 Chrysler SO Coach
1917 star S coach
1928 Ponttac Coach
1928 Chevrolet Sedan
1928 Chevrolet Tourinar
w nave several current models that
can't be told from new at a savins; of
zuu.uu 10 izav.vs; also real bargralns
In trucks and delivery cars.
Valley Motor Company
Phone Center Street 11 SB
Phone Lot. Liberty st Marlon TI18.
1939 Oldsmoblle Coach. A-l condi
tion. See at 818 N. 17th.
SOLD WITH A OrfARANTT
1930-PontUo Sedan $600.09
1928-Chrvsler 83 Sedan
1937-Chevrolet Coune .
1927- Ford Roadster
1928- Ford Coupe
A few others to choose from.
Wood -Wheaton Motor
Oakland Phmia SERB TrnHa.
Vsed Car Department 640 Chemeketa
ftOTICE OP PINAL
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed In the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Marlon, her
duly verified final account as ad
ministratrix with the will annexed
of the estate of Mary E. U.
Wooton, deceased, and that said
Court has fixed Tuesday, the 1st
day of March, 1932, at the hour of
ten o'clock A. M. of said day, as
the time, and the County Court
Room in the County Court House
in Salem, Marion County. Oregon,
as the place for hearing said final
account and all objections there
LILLIAN FRAZIER, Adminis
tratrix with the will annexed ot
the estate of Mary E. U. Wooton,
at Salem, Oregon, this
27th day of January, 1932.
Ronald C Glover, Salem, Ore
gon, Attorney for Administratrix.
KEEPS CLEAN RECORD
PERKYDALE, Jan. 26. In a
hard fought game Perrydale boys
basketball team defeated Bethel
boys at Bethel Friday by the
score of 19-17. Perrydale boys
have not lost any league games
'how about rrf unk?) . n
HAS,Alh4TCHA?5 w ( I'M JE93 TRyiN )
AUMSVILLE. Jan. tl The,
funeral for Mrs. Elisabeth - A.
Klrkpatrlek was held at .the)
Bethel church Monday afternoon,
with Rer. Mlntea ot Sslern offl
datlnr. Honor&nr pall bearers vers)
Mrs. Millie Marten, Mrs. Ralph
Pomeroy, Mrs. Landors. Mrs. John
Mix. Mrs. Smelser and Mrs. Will
Pall bearers were Ed Donker.
Mr. Walker, Mr. John Mix, Mr.
rinnel, Mr. Bemls and Mr. Will
The eholr was composed of Mrs.
Elbert Clarks. Mrs. W. A. How
ard, Mr. Ed Wallace and McClol-
NOTICE OP SALE OP
Notice Is hereby given that pur
suant to an order of the County
Court ot the State ef Oregon for
Lane County, made the 30th day
of December, 1931, In the matter
et the guardianship ot Dallas An
drew Barber, a minor, the under
signed, guardian of the person and
estate of said minor, will , sell at
private sale to the highest bid-
der, upon the terms and condi
tions herein mentioned, and sub
ject to confirmation by said court.
on an after the 3rd day ot Febru
ary, 1932 at ten o'clock in the
morning of said day, all of the
right, title and Interest of said
minor in and to the following de
scribed real property, to-wit:
An undivided one-sixth in
terest in and to the East one
halt of Lot No. thirty-tour
(34) In Smith's Fruit Farms
No. two (3), in Ms rlon Coun
ty, Oregon, as shown by the
recorded plat thereof.
Said sale shall be for cash, or
for part cash and part credit, sub
ject to the confirmation ot said
All bids and offers may be left
at the office of Harris, Smith A
Bryson, attorneys for said guard
ian, at their office In the Miner
Building In Eugene, Lane County,
Dated, Eugene, Oregon, Decern
ber 30, 1931,
ANDREW E. BARBER,
J o-lS-20-27 F 3
R D Barton Batteries Starter and
reoerator work Texaco station, cor
ner Court and ennrch.
Telephone 445S R E Northness
Dr. a L SCOTT. PSC Chiropractor.
168 N. High. TeL Rea 8571.
DRA SCO FIELD, Palmer Chlroprae-
tors. X-ray aad
C U. New Bank
Center Bt raleteria Tel 9881
uut flowers, wedding bouquets
funeral wreaths, decoratlona C I.
Brotthaupt florist. 488 State Street
Potted plants, polnsettlaa, ferns, eta.
ML A. Bennett Nursery Co. Tel. 91T8.
Salem Scavenger Tel 4919 or tS09
119 N. High
WILLAMBTTH INa AOENCT
Wm. Bllveu, Mgr.
Exclusive Butte vtlle Agent
118 Masnnle Bids Tel. T908
THH NTCW 3ALGM LAUNDRY
THE WEI DER UAUNDRT
188 a Hlgb Tel 9115
C A PIT AX CTTT LAUNDRY
"We Wash Everything In Lux"
Teeohone J145 1t4 BmxdwaT
Sharpened and repaired. Also trades.
IT. W. Poott. 147 8. conn. Tel. 4Mt.
Mattresses from factory to homa
New 69 lb. mattress 85.00. Ronovat
ers and fumlgatera Capital Bed
dlneCo Tel 4ft9 1010 NortS) Capttot
WILL Pianos, Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet must a.
ana piano studies. Repairing phono
graphs and sewing machines 488
Stste Street Ralem.
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLUMB l NO and general repair
wors. uraoer Bros- its so. UDerty
a A Bechtel. Phono 9111.
"FREE WIFE" NEW IN ENGLAND j
suu9 -QUIT'S- rr . T V2
By a recent rutins of Jaitica
X IS !
tlis) woaaaa has tb rifkt to leave bar kaskaad; to ckss bar awaj
casation, political party and rsliftoa. aad docido wkotbar and
8 bsar cbUdrea. A wemaa is a citlxaa, art a srf, accord lag
te the Judts, sad as each has a right t decide bar owa fatora. The
twliag was bailed in Eaglaad as tk ultimate at ia the aaaancipatiea
f woman, sort in the United States it is MId staff." It was only
it year that a Now York court npkaU tha reiasal of Mrs. Marias
Kak, a Brooklrn, N. Y., staaafrapkar, te bear chiUraa. la refasiag
I grasit tke kasbaad ta aanalmaat m the Ua that bis wtfo failed
t kee a pra-eaarriag premiss that ska wwald bear bias a child, tke
Cewrt decided that tke mtUtr of kaving ckiidrs was ssUly tka wife's
affair. Supremo Camrt Justice Salvatara CatUlo, of New York, doae
t agroo with kis Bmtiak krotkar jariat. He tkiades tkat a kasbana
kas a right to desaaad tkat bis wife kava ckildraa, ia rotsurm for bis
supporting ker. Jedgo Cotiile assorts tkat be aiually givaa an aaaml
saoat to a heabaad wka cam prove tkat kis wife refasod to boar ckiL
drom. Mies Roe Rosenborg, assistaat district attoraey of Now York,
agrees with Judge Cetttlo as far as ckild-kaariag is coacaraod. baS
ppvni araca ncwoie is bus cooieauom laai a irsssao or
ekoold kave tko priviloge of soeldag kappiaeee elsowboro if tkoy
ad it witk tbo aaato they, marriad.
PHONE GLENN ADAMS for bouse
dectaratlng. naner hanclnt. tlntinc
eta Reliable workman.
FOR STATION ER T. card a DamDh-
leta. progratna books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Print
ing Department 818 & Commercial
lephone 91 0L
FOR every purpose, for every po:
All standard slseo of Radio Tubes.
EOFP ELECTRICAL SHOP. Ill
Court 8t TeL 9119.
STOVES aad stove repairing. Stoves
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds ef woven wire fence, fancy aad
plala. bop basks ta. hooka, loran hooka
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 181
Chemeketa. TeL 4774. R. B. Fleming
CAPITAL CTTT Transfer Co. 118
8tats St TeL TTTs. Distributing, for
warding aad storage our specialty
Got our rates.
FOR local or distant traaafer at nr.
re. call 8181. Larraer Transfer Co
Trucks to Portland dally.
Bented. sold and re oal red. Easy.
A. B. C. Maytag, C onion. Meadows
rT. C MANGTJM, Manager
389 N. High TeL 4C1L
BECK 1. HENDRICKS
189 N. Hlgb TeL 9941
& Si. ma wt sy
tU H. Hlgb Bt TeL 98T8
J. LINCOLN ELLIS
481 State TeL 8811
80COLOF8KT A SON '
894-8 First Nat Bk. Bldg. TeL 1891
j r. CLRicH : "
111 Bute Street TeL 88T1.
r. u wood
441 State St TeL 1184
HOMER a FOSTER
878 U State St
H. GRABENHORST SCO.
, Liberty St Tel 8488
By CLIFF STERRETT
McCardisu Britiak kaea.Ia
W. H. WilHamses
Hosts for Cards;
Moore in Hospital
AIRLIE, Jan. 26 Mr. and Mrs
W. H. Williams entertained with
three tables of "500" at their
home Saturday night. Those at
tending were Mr. and Mrs. W. H
Toedtemeler, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Hadely; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Ploub; Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Coop
er; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Weinert:
and the hosts.
E. R. Moore has gone to Port
land for medical attention at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams
and daughters Mazine and Dorece
were callers at the Wagner home
in Corvallls Saturday.
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INDEPENDENCE. Jan. 21
The Keeney Funeral home was
filled to capacity Monday after
noon by the many friends of Ves
ta Lerlta Keeney, age 21. who
paid tribute to her memory by
their presence and the beautiful
floral tokens of their lore tor.
their young friend.
A group of girls from the sev
enth and eighth .grades attended
in a body from the training school
st which her sister was a student
Rer. E. J. Ashenbrenner, - pas
tor ot the Methodist church offi
ciated at the services and Mrs,
Msurice Butler sang two beauti
ful solos. She was accompanied
by Mrs. G. C. Skinner.
Pallbearers were J. E. Kelley.
C. L. Carey. James Obersoa. J. A.
Tetherow. Garfield Byers and
Prank Keney. Interment was in
the Knights of Pythias cemetery
Testa Ceauelette Keener was
bern in Independence. February
14. 1910 and spent her schooldays
here. Her grandfather. B. M. .
Estes. is 'one ot the old-time resi
dents of this city and has taken
an active part la its development.
Last October. Mrs. Keeney join
ed ker husband in Seattle where
death came tb her Thursday, Jan
uary 21, as the result of an opera
tion. Besides her husband, J. A.
Keeney, she is survived by her
small son and daughter, her mo
ther, Mrs. Hattie Miller, a sister.
Miss Lethia Cequelette, a brother,
Edward Coquelette, all ot Long
Beach, Wash., and her aged
grandfather, B. M. Estes of Inde
pendence. Improvement Club
Chooses Play for
Year; Work Begun
GRAND I3LAND, Jan. 2 6 A
three act comedy play entitled
"Amy Irom Arlsona" has beea
selected this year for the annual
play to be riven by the Grand
Island Improvement club. The,
cast has been selected and inten
sive work is now in progress.
The play will be presented la
the schoolhouse about the mid
die of February.
Lorene Tompkins and Alvin
Rockhill, students from this dis
trict, very successfully carried
two of the parts in the Amity
high school play given Thursday.
SATS CONDITION BAD
LYONS. Jan. 28 Fred Ells
worth arrived the last of the week
from Klamath Falls, where he has
been working as manager In a
grange the past few weeks. He re
ported work rather scarce there
at present as everything is snow
ed in and roads out are barely
passable, cars being stalled In the
mountains. Mechanics as well as
other workmen are out of em
ployment at present. !
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