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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1933)
The OREGON STATESMAN. Salen Oregon, Friday If erafag." March 17, 1933
terday, with Her. Frank ScberV
brlng of 'Sublimity a executor.
The estate ' holdings In' Marion
county Are estimated to be worth
Among other bequests, f 200 Is
left to Father Joseph Selierbrlng
of Silrerton; $250 to Columbia
university of Portland; $1000 to
Rt. Rev. Edward Howard of Port
tlt e. a half brother, Daniel Mark
ham ofWaskisgtoii P. be
pl ia Pede. Nw furnlUre,
dMlfaei nd built Jby a member
Wilson Bump," eicllly for the
bm et the organization, and saw
stavas and: Has and ta.It with tha
accompanying taadardi for bath
sUtm and flat wera In place. -
Un. Borert was Installed into
her afflea as Pomona, and lira.
CbMter Chambert as lady assists
ant steward. .
P. If. Rltner was tiren bis third
and fourth decrees.
Two subjects of timely interest
were disevssed by Wilson Bamp,
chairman of the Agricultural
committee. Mr. Bump is trying Che
tobaeeo dust treatment on his
cattle for warbles and finds it
rery effectiTO and also inexpen
sire. POLK RED CB TO
I SICKEN AREA
I Polk connty. according to Br.
Starbaek, has always raised or ex
ceeded the quota set for disaster
tends. At the time et the Missis
sippi flood, the sum of 1500 was
raised within a tew hours. During
the recent drouth relief orer $49
was sent in from the county.
Contributions can be sent to
any of the district chairmen or
to the secretary. Mrs. Charles N.
WIN 84, 8TRAIGB7P -, .-
COKUR D'ALENE, Ida,(AP)
Eighty-four eonsecutlre basket
ball gamea had been won by the
local high school at the middle of
the current season.- The winning
streak of the quintet AM. stretch
ed more than fire years.:! -
Indiana had a population t 6,
SSC in 1800. II years before the
territory became a state.
Kings Valley Has
Grange. Session in
New Hall at Pectee
KINGS VALLEY March li
Balk of Mtate'of Aloystus J.
Markaam, who died recently In
Claekamas county, la left to var
ious Catholic Institutions and
schools, according to the bulky
will admitted to probate here yes
land f this Catholic free high
school; a radio and $50 cash to
the Catholic sisters at Shaw; $1,-
DALLAS, March Iff Br. A.
B. Starbaek, chairman of the Polk
county chapter of the American
Red Cross has received a tele
gram, asking that the Polk county
chapter raise $S6 to be sent for
relief work in the southern Cali
fornia earthquake disaster.
Dallas will endearor to raise
half of this amount and the bal
ance secured from the rest of the
FA very pleasant aurprlse awaited
the members of Kings; Valley
Grange when they 'met for the
first time at their ' new ' meeting
Corner Trade & High
000 to Rer. J. Fresl, pastor at
BiacKioot, zaano. Tne only reia-
SIlIIf c GcU?3ghi Ogg(3o
Milk CWck Starter, 100 lbs. .2.00
Chick Scratch, 100 lbs. . ...... ..... . $1.50
Best Grade Milk Egg Mash, 100 lbs $1.60
Chopping, 100 lbs. for ....l.:...............10c
Eai 'ETideBr Whan Wil
liam Leith of Gerrais presented
Deputy Sheriff Williams ; with a
lt-ponnd prlao-winnlng fander.
owned by Leith and stolen by men
apprehended by Williams, Leith
pared the way for a special offi
cers' feed at Williams' home last
night. Sheriff Bark and other dep
uties were guests.
WATCHES, CLOCKS and
repaired in first class running
L. G. PRESCOTT
New location 42S Govt St,
Byes Examined - Glass vuteA
All Modern Frames and Lenses
at Prices Everyone Can Afford
Dr. Ruth 11 Danghcrty
SOl-M First National
(g IS IE
150 North Commercial St.
. -- 4
A Itooimdl New Stti?e wOBO EBGDGGa
Everythiag fresh and new with Nationall y Advertised Goods featured at prices that
will surprise you. WE WILL DELIVER Meats and Groceries in the City. limits
FREE. C O. D. Orders accepted also. Just Phone 5563 and your order will receive
the same careful attention that you would expect to get if you called personally.
The same old smile and -friendly greetin g as in the past awaits you.
Cordially yours, W. G. WALKER & SON, Props.
HERE ARE SOME OF OUR LOW PRICES
Carrots, 3 bun. ..10c
Cabbage, lb 3c
Onions, 6 lbs. 5c
New Spuds 2 lbs 23c
Spuds, 50 lbs. ....34c
4 ibS 15c
Lettuce, head 5c
5 ibs 12c
2 for 19c
PORK and BEANS
No. 10 bag ... 25c
MJ.B, 3 lbs. 85c
Alladin, lb 25c
Bulk Coffee, lb 19c
S & W
10 for 19c
Palmolive, bar ....5c
Large Pkg. . 29c
Big Ben, 16 oz.
6 for 27c
Large or small
Good 4 tie
9 lb. bag 25C
Corn - Beans
All Our Brands
Fresh & sweet
Pure Vegetable J J
2 lb. ca n 17C
Olive Oil, Imported
Tomato or Mustard
Oval can ..
2 for .17c
No. 10 bag .... 39c
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178 SOUTH COMMERCIAL STREET
Special Prices for Friday & Sat.
AM BeeC IHI&mtaffoei? Lb.
Leg of Pork
Sirloin, Round or T-Bne
Yowtg- Beef for
Lb. ft 0S)&
Free Delivery Open Until 9 p;a; Sdi rSte- Dhl 868S;
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Dandy 4-Sew, Medium
Weight 50c Value
1 Beautiful Robber Apron
(5) TT ID) IL
Large Premium Package
Quick or Regular
pkg . . . 23
1 lb. tin SSc
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Never Sold In Bulk
Snowdrift Wesson Oil
3-lb. Pafl Kx-Gal. Size
Yin n4 .iiuvfaiiav
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For Whiter, Lighter Bread
41D fllbo GSl& o o
Freshly Ground Expertly Blended
1 Beautiful Glass Free!
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