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; The OREGON STATESMAN, Eakrir Ort:Cfaniay Homing April 24; 1S33 ' '
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Demonstration is Slated on
horses around L Grande and El
gin last xoontiu ahlpping.;.them.
prospective buyers ; at ' hie farm,
and. has, had 15 to 2 purchasers
there at :jone Ume. ." --vf--."
i Of his total ' buy, 5 1 head, he
tlir TENNIS QUEEN'S NEWDOBM 1
here, 44 head. Testerday he re
ceiTed 1 r head more - from ; Lev
Grande. He demonstrates them to
now hasjlS. aalmals left,: f r K
JED S O SM
8 May 6 and 7 Here; Many ;
: . ; Clubs Will Compete .; .
A schedule for the demonstra
tion contest which U to be a part
of the annual : 4-B . club . exhibit
and-fair held In Salem, was an
nounced .yesterday by Wsyne D.
Harding.- dab leader for v the
eonaty. JThe demonstrations will
cover a two-day . period, .Friday,
jaay iLua saiuraay,.iay. Y. . ..
': The schedule for the cooking
Sewing and miscellaneous .dem
onstrations ' follow:' I
1 Friday. May : ' f -
1. t : 0 0 ;;; a.'. m; -Sidney Sew-
; J. ; f:10 SidneyCamp Coo
I. 1 0 : S 0 Bethel Sewing. '
4. 10:30 Belle Passl Cook-
I. 11:00 Sublimity -Sewing.
C. '11: SO Roiedale Cooking.
7. 1:00 p. m. Howell Camp
- 8. 1:30- -Liberty-j-Sewing. . ,
f . 3:00 Liberty-r-Cooklng. ..
10. : 3:30 Roberts Sewing.
11. 3:00 Turner Cooking.
13. . 3:30 Roberts Handicraft
13.-4 : 0 0 Sunnyside " . . Cook
ing.-..' ,-:"..""":? ',:'
Saturday May 7; , "
14. t: 00 a. m.- Thomas .
IS. V 1:30 Auburn Bachelor
Sewing.' - :
II. 10:00 Mt. Angel--Cooklng.
17. ' 10:3 0 Mt. Angel Art.
, 13. 11:00 Grassy Fond Cook
ing. It. 11:30 ML Angel Sewing.
30. 1:00 p. m. North Howell
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Talks Campaign l
. The Salem Business Men's
'The dancing braids of her early career and the neat fittla knot' at
barber's scissors. Photo shows Queen Helen with her new bob. Inset
! Wills Moody have
her neck that were the crowning glory of. Queen Helen
no the way of all the hair and succumbed to the
is a picture of the tennis jgneen when she was battering; her way to
r the top ot the net world. Mote the swinging: pigtau.
:XUl 33 Trlends
and especially parents are 'asked
to attend Achievement day Friday.
April 3t, at the schoolhouse, when
the different ' elubs ,wlll display
their, finished work to compete
for - prises, v , : , - r
The Busy Bakers Cooking sine
held a wiener roast. Friday after
school. V -: , . v
iMra. J. Gerig. leader of the sew
ing clnb. lnrlted her class to a
party at her country homo east or
Salenv Satarday afternoon. ; , -: . - '
4 The : following papile froni
Frnltlaad attended ' the - spelling-
contest at the high school hand
ing In Salem today: Third grade;
Milton" Brassier : "' fourth, Endell
Kriekson: fifth. Roy Gerig; sixth,
Albert Runner: eighth, Ida Bohl
sen. f Ada Smith, best speller in
the aeTeath grade, was nnabie to
attend. ,.. "
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Mrs. McKeeDieiT t
I At Home: HI for
league goes Into a huddle tomor
row night at the chamber of
commerce to check up en Its
campaign against foreign solicit
ors, adTertislng racketeers and
other out-of-town salesmen; who
have either tried or succeeded
In pushing their wares and serv-
business men since the year
The meeting will be a testi
monial affair, various merchants
being expected to report on their
experiences with the racketeers.
The league's officers 1 also will
report on " various " solicitors
schemes which they have auiea
PERRYDALK, April 33 Mrs.
Estella McKee, 13. died at the
family home here Friday evening
after an illness of several montns.
t Mrs. . Estella Koser was born In
Mercer county, Pennsylvania.
; She la survived bv her hasbsnd.
Henry MeKee and six children,
four sons and two daughters. They
are Mrs. Gladva Schooler ot San
Demis, California, Lawrence, Jo
seph, Levi Kolen and Doris, all ot
this vicinity. Nolen and Doris be
ing at home.
She is also survived by seven
grandsons and one granddaugh
ter, one sister; Mra.
Netwithstanding , President t Hoo
ver's threat that .he- would, veto
any bill for the payment ef vet
erans bonur at thU time, Repre
antatfre WrfaM Patman-(above)
ef Texas, sponsor of ' the bonrnr
hilt which ' prevides for payment
to the soldiers fey having the Gov-
ernmenssissne more paper moneyr
Plans to. go 'ahead with his drive
for votes. . Ren. Rankin ef .Mis
sissippi saidtthat advocates ef the
onus bill -expect to pass it ever
; ... the President's veto. -
of Perrydaie -and one brother.
John Koser of MeMinnvtlle.
Funeral services will be held at
Rigdon funeral parlors' in Salem
at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon.
Interment , at Belerest Memorial
park. - 1
Mrs. MeKee was a faithful
member, of the Christian church,
and sn ardent worker for the
church and community - affairs.
She will be greatly missed by a
attle McKee large circle ot friends.
' ft BRUSH -CREEK Mrs, Traftl:
Kttenstln'a ef . Woodbirn 'was a
luncheon guest at the Jiome5 of
Mr; "r and" Mrs. - Vjctbr Madsen
Thnrsday. Mrs.'1 Keunstlna 'waa"
here for the purpose ot discussing
the Spring show of the Marion
County Jersey cattle club. Wheth
er or not the elub will hold Its
annual show - this' year Is as i yet
undecided. A meeting ot the elnb
wlll be held at Salem; probably
on May 7, ai which time definite
action on this will be'Uken.'Mrs.
Kennstlnr Is secretary jt the elnb
and Mrs, Madsen Is president. The
Spring show has proved a decided
success tn former ; year-- and . If
snfflelent interest Is shown at th
May elub meeting It will. be held
again this year ' ' : '
MONMOUTH. April 33 Draft
horses -are scareer - than usual
throughout Oregon this spring, ac
cording tfl W.JR. Adams, ; Mon
mouth stockman who has oeen
dealing In equine values for 35
Tears. He heUeyes this Is die, lh
tiirt ta the increased number , of
farmers of small tracts. Also be
cause a tew individual farmers
re discarding tractor use as oo
expensive, particularly in the
spring and summer when plentiful
mu makes ehean horse feed.
Adam bought two canoaas oi
!Healthful Living. ?:
P & S C R 1 PT I OH
J Only trained pKarmacists can Till y our doo
f tor8 prescriptions accurately. You w sure
Jrof.Kis i 8peofi(tions When you bring your ?
r.lSescriptiqns. JiefeT We employ five regis- -i
! teredprtarrrkcists and bur prescription v
r service isthe best service we render. .
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: Liberty -
MEN! AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET HIGH GRADE LOW SHOES At SMALL COST
Ices Into the hands ot Salem oft within the test few weeks.
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Many Nationally Advertised Goods Selling for
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The aboTe phrase is Usually used when they talk ef marriage but there can only
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ns at this time. It is considered prudent to save, there are two kinds of saying
one is profitable spending we assure you it is possible at this time to purchase
diamonds, wrist watches and silver at less than, wholesale prices at oar store.
Oar argent need of cash forces as to take this drastic action, all thought of profit
has been forgotten. If yon have always longed for a diamond ring and hesitated to
bay one because of price, now is the time to gratify that desire when every dia
mond ring in oar store Is offered at one half -price or less.1 Prices win never be
lower. . ,;- '-,
' Ladles Diamond " Ring.
-Beautiful Blue White
Color. New' Design 18K
$100. NOW $37.50
.Quality Diamond New 18
K White Gold Setting,
. was $50.00. OO PA'
Laree Blue White Dia
mond Genuine Platinum
Setting contains 8 Dia
monds, was &Q9 t?A
f 185. NOW 'WLOV
Blue White Perfect Col-$
; or Diamond New Design
18K White Gold Setting.
Was $115.00. t7 PA
now j)3f JU
HALF JC A R AT DIA
MOND. - - BeauUful Blue
White Color 18K White
. Gold - Mounting.. Was
- Ladies Diamond 1 Ring
' 18K. White Gold, Setting
Blue' White color, was
Beautiful Steel Blue DU
" mbnd. 'Platinum 'Mount-
ing adorned with 10 Dia
monds. Was(Q9 CA
$i5. now 3Q6sy.yi
"' Large Diamond ' of Per
feet Color Gold 'Mount
Ing ' Contains 10 Dia
monds. WasClC Aft
. ' MEN'S PXTNOIS ;
10 JEWEL- WATCHES
12 Size Thin Model 10
Jewel 14K White Gold
R. P. Case. - .
$75.00. NOW $19.50
New ' Design ' with : ' han
dles made of very heavy
"Was - -$2JS0.
MESH BAGS : :
Whiting and Davie
Small Mesh in all. color;
ELGIN. Ladles New De
Ign. A rare value. Was
$25.00. CIO CA
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DLL1NOIS. 17 Jewel
Movement Dlinois, latest
model, - case of 14K
White Gold R. P. Was
NOW . . .
GRUEN. 15r Jewel Move
ment, Unlimited Guaran
tee. ' Case of 14K White
.Gold R. P. $17 t?A
Was $55 NOW 1 1 OV
ILLINOIS. 17 Jewel New
Model Luminous dial
14K White Gold R. P.
Case.' Concave back.
$37.50. NOW $18.75
MONDAY, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Your unrestricted choice of any Buster Brown Straight $8 and Brownbilt Tread Straight Oxfords , , . $5.00.
These custom-built 6xfords are new summer arrivals. These astonishing values will solve your summer shoe
problems. Your famous style on sale now, $5.00. ' ;
See What $5.00 Will Buy in
Mfen's Oxfords and Shoes
Buster Brown Store
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday!
Tans - Browns
Calf and Kid
ELGIN. One of Elgin's
Newest Creations. Case
of 14K White Gold R. P.
Raised Gold Numerals.
$20.00 Now UwU
GRUEN. 15 Jewel MovW
ment Raised Gold
Numerals. . Thin Model,
14K White Gold R. P.
Case. Was '.7 fJA
61 rnCIocks of Ormoltt Gold dJO QC
$ I .OU Good - Timekeepers. .
l? i Necklaces,"Rose Quartz, d0 AC
$i).UU Lapis, Feldspar. 4.. -
Waldemar Cham, ,
White Gold R. P.-
&n'tf BOl Folds Gen. iea- d OC
$Zsbll ther. Gold Corners..'
0 "Tlf Fountain Pens Nat. ,'; 1 Af
$Zf Known Make Us... Vv
0 ff A Rock Crystal Festoon
4iIU Necklaces .
Service 07 Pieces
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$1750 Can't Tarnish $v95 j
a Tea Spoons Set of . v QC J
7aef U Heavy Silver Plate..,.,. -:-
pi) n A Double Compacts ormoln C i
$LA) U nold and . enamel . .-. . . . Vp
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OnMeriier State and Liberty Streets,
Black Calf and Kid
Dress and Every-day
Sport Models . . . Violet Ray . Black and White . . . Brown and White
v;;:;" Ideal Dress-up Summer Models . . All Styles $5.00
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