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cingi alen a m i
(Continued from pac* a d )
large and fine »pecimene
glad to welcome you all la your new
home atad neighborhood.
a lot of oratorical language waa pro
duced on each aide. The judge« de
cided in faror of the affirmative.
However, it ia all ag reed that the
home and the school should work to
» Mrs. Fred Hem was on the alck
gether for the formation of the beat
list last week.
of characters for the young Ameri
Mrs. Joe Robertson haa been slok
can. After a feed of pie— plan of
the past week.
every kind and a very generous
Mrs. Wlttrich is home again umoh
supply— with hot coffee which waa
improved in health.
brewed by Charles Shires, all de
Roy and Ml lee Roberta«» were
parted homeward, feeling that these
E. Garland la doing a big cord- Portland visitors last week.
community affairs promote a better wood business on the W. W. Parrott
Mt. and Mrs Joe Herring were
acquaintance throughout the neigh- quarter section, or rather he ia cut Friday shoppers in Portland.
ting wood rapidly and in large quan
Mr. and Mrs. W. Greer have gone
tities. He la working a crew of to Spokane to spend the winter.
eighteen men and hopes to cord up
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moreoroft
4000 cords this wihter. He has three made a business trip to Salem Mon
gas saws chugging away when day.
weather permits. R. O. Bristow,
Vera Phillips and Fred Parrott are
each running a gas saw in the ttm-
Sam Peters visited Sunday, the bor crew.
Dont forget to go to the Conmun-
10th Inst., at the home of Mr. and
Christmaa with all Us joys and lty hall Friday night to see “ Chrlat-
Mrs. Percy Kiser on the banks of the blesslngs is nearly hero. Children mas at Flnnigan’s Flat/*
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are being Just as good as they can.
Newt. Bailey underwent an oper-
The Misses Elsie and Irene Moad We are all wondering, guessing, ation in Portland Monday and le
visited and practiced Christmas «lo planning, predicting, preparing, and able to be at home now.
in’s at the home of Mrs. Cleve Heat deciding Just what we arc going to
Archie Parrott has purchased the
do and how we are going to do It. Bentley home in Dundee and will be
Mr. and Mrs. E. Gilmore will Certainly each one can do some- moving there In the middle of Febru*
spend their Christ mas at the home thing, and the real Christmas Joy ary.
of George Gilmore on (he Pacific comes from what we do and give, t The county health association to
highway near Sherwood.
rather than what we receive. A progressing nicely in Dundee. The
D. Parrott and W. Smith marketed Merry Christmas to all!
- community will soon he canvassed
chickens in Sherwood last Saturday.,
They report the trip O. K-, but the in Clackamas county that it might
price received, Yi. Yi, Yi.
be of interrot to part of our neigh
W hat shall I give to the men
AUTO S O U S
c u f f l in k s
TOILET W ATERS
PE LT and VELOUR HATS
A NIFTY CAP
NEW COLORS IN WOOL HOSE
COMFY HOUSE SU FFERS
GLOVES D I CHAMOISETTE
BEAUTIFUL SILK U 1D XR -
COLORED BATH TOWKIR
CREPE DE CHINE BLOUSE
HOLEPROOF SILK HOSIERY
TABU kRU H RERS
c w n r e g g BASKETS
8 H E CAMISOLES
DAINTY BOUDOIR CAPS
FANCY H AIR BOWS
H AN TH KD8
Remember our grocery department has all the
you will want for that Christmas dinner and
at prices that lead all others
H U LB R A N S E N
vJ P la y e r-P ia n o
Banking firot by a w ide m argin is
the 'p rod u ction o f player-pianos
it is fittin g that Gulhransen give
A FLEDGE to foster the restless desize for im
provement which has made possible the exceptional
music o f the Gulhransen.
A PLEDGE that the ease o f playing had in stan t
control yon en joy in the Gulhransen w ill ever be
the standard of exoellenoe am ong all player-pianos.
A PLEDGE to adhere strictly to tM Golden Rule
principles that have governed all ou r business re
lations; this includes our organm ation, the people
from whom we buy— the people to whom we sell.
A FLEDGE to continue branding the price o f each
Gulhransen in the back, at the factory, fo r the pro
tection o f our customers.
A FLEDGE never to make a Gulhransen and send
it out under any other name, thns preserving Gnl-
brnnsen quality fo r Gulhransen buyers.
A FLEDGE always to keep bright onr id esl s i pro
viding exceptional music fo r all classes o f homes,
at modest prices.
He’s approval of the faint me, sincerity and Im
portance of our creed.
Christmas morning countless Gulbransens will de
light families everywhere. Will your family be
one of these? Play a Gulbraaaen at our store to
day— and you will understand fully these things
which have brought about tbe broad sweep of Gul-
KIENLE & SONS
White House Model
Country Seat Model
inunity were saddened by -the death
of little Jane Ellen, daughter of
Fred and Sophia Herring. The fu
neral was held Tuesday afternoon
from tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Groth of Dundee.
Miss Mae Groth who to spending
the winter In Pasadena, Cal., writes
home to friends and relatives that
life there to one continual round of
pleasure. It has rained torrents
ever siffee she arrived there but that
makes It seem more homelike.
Word has been received by friends
hero that Mr. and Mrs. Foster and
daughter. Ruth, who were on their
way to California, met with an ac
cident enroute which demolished
their car and hurt Mr. Foster quite
badly, while Mrs. Poster was cot
about the face. Miss Ruth escaped
The Yamhill county confederated
community clubs met with the Dun
dee Commercial stub on Tuesday eve
ning. A short program was given by
home talent which was enjoyed by
nil. There were a groat many In
teresting discussions and talks by
men throughout onr county. After
the meeting, refreshments were serv
ed by the Commercial club to all.
The nest meeting will be held in Me-
The annual rummage sale held by
tbe Dundee Woman’s club last Sat
urday night was daemed a grand suc
cess. Warm supper was served to all
from five until eight o’clock, when
the rummage sale, which waa con
ducted by Sally Beck, began. While
the sals was not as t o r * as last
year, there seemed to he the usual
amount of interest taken In It. The
fishpond was the main -attraction for
the kiddles nnd mas well patronised.
Candy was sold from a beautiful
booth to all having n sweet tooth.
The side-show, which consisted of a
Tennessee chorus and a Jass band
waa a scream from first to last. Miss
Dina May Snow and Mr. Suds Oin-
gersnap taking tbe prltro for the
handsomest couple. Tbe writer has
■ot the total receipts for the eve
ning but wilt have It for the next
PARTY WHO LJEFT SHOD la the
ear may have same by calling
Notiee to hereby given that the
and paying adv.
undersigned, aa Administratrix of
the estate o f I. W. Hill, deceased,
TOE OREGON Fire Belief Associ
has filed her final account In the ation of McMinnville has written
County Court of the 8tate of Oregon more lnaurance in Oregon for the
for Yamhill County, and that said last five yean than any other com
court has appointed January 39th, pany.
1923, at 10 o’clock In the forenoon
of said day at the County Court room
in the court bouse at McMlnnvHle,
Spots of paint ean be quickly re
Oregon, aa the time and place for
moved from window glass by apply
bearing upon said final account.
Therefore, all persona Interested ing hot vinegar.
in said estate are hereby notified to
be present at said hearing, then and
there to show cause, if any there be,
Cut a pises of oil cloth the d m
why said account should not be al of a small centerpiece and place a i
lowed, aald rotate be cloeed, said ad der the centerpiece on whleh your
ministratrix discharged and her plant stands to prevent moisture
harming the table.
Dated December 39th, 1913.
MABEL A. wtt . t .,
Administratrix of the Estate of SAVE YOU IH
Y1TEB A1 IIBEER NEST
I. W Hill, deceased.
to YOUR Christmas Table?
C. R. Chapin, attorney.
Thousands of Orphaned
First pub. Dee. 31, 1932.
Children appeal to you.
Last pub. Jan. 19, 1923.
Sixty dollars a year, or p a
NOTICE OF FIN AL SETTLEMENT
Palmer and Mrs. Chapin.
Mrs. John Rankin entertained P.
her pleasant Edwards street
home on December 4. Each woman
present answered to her name with -
a current event. Mra Palmer read !
g paper on "Scenic Wonders of O re-.
gon." Luncheon was served by Mrs. I
Rankin. Beside tbs hostess those
present - were: Mesdamro Chapin.
GIRLS’ BICYCLE for
W E ARE GIVING