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IN D U S T R IA L NOTES W ORLD'S BIGGEST PIE
~*rr> ng C la n tomorrow
W EIG H S MORE T H A N TON
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Myrtle Point— Work bering on
“ T oo, bod.”
rw Eo*low tile »tor* building.
Yakima. W u n __ Heralded a»
" S o ouly half bed.“ '
Baiaier New Fen» Hill g ra n t« %kt F ^ M>| b < r„ ti u mrt>J* pi*
v t i f h o f more then • ton tad re-
MELLON L IM ITS CUT
Btayton— Mountain State* P o o - q a iria f a t pee »ally constructed
f f a d i a j u « . — Secretary o f the
r Co., will »pend 110,000 on pow~ : orea and a derrick for hand! *g. T r te n r y Mel.on ia a recent speech
r system here,
has been baked here. F e w baker* before tbe W ay» and Mean* Com- i
Grant* Pa** a*ke for air
mail vieldtng rowing > r.i 15 feet Ite r mittee o f tbe Horn* declared that
ereic* for municipal airport.
railed tbe doogb fo r tbe cru*t. ta* reduction ibould not be in ex- j
Grant* Pat*— b ig cannery pro- Apple* we'gfcing ¿.100 pound« '“**■ ®f M1S.OOO.OOÖ._________ j
lined fo r 102k if 150 acres can- were pre-cooked in a cannery
ng crop* are pledged.
pie waa o f tre o|cn-face earie'y.
Wheeler— New $20,000 Soap- v tk strip* o f era <t rrim-cru*5*JI
one Creek bridge well ander way. ' ove.* the f%rt *urfa
Mrs. Nellie Seilaff’s
Salem ha* the only dried-milk
I The hak.ng o f tbe
was p» •
irtory o f it* kind on the coast
j . hriaary to celebrati >n o f appL
Rose burg— D ougaa county plan
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weel% Tw o tnousand school c b ih
ren, each o f whom had been
133 Hargadine Street
promised a bite o f tbe pi*.
n * mined
to 1 -A tn o-story
I around the large outdoor ovti
•ige hall her.
Tuit»on $5 per month
while it was baking.
Gold B e a k 50-acre auto camp
Hours to suit parents
i be opened at Myers Creek south
STUD Y TH IS ONE
e e your first husba
Newport and Toledo telephone
rtes to be rebuilt axd modernized.
Oregon's prur,« r r o f now n >
•led at 55,000,01
C orral! ia— PLr
nld Whiteside Th
more Thanksgiving Days
Stlerr. !ea(U Par* Hie Coast with ■ f
d l farm telep' >ne subscribers.
See that you and eaefi mem
ion* excharge re;¡laeed by $412.-
ber o f your family are comfortable in a
>0 arrestment in dial system
happy home, this Drug store will help you!
Portland telepho n* system han-
O w fiin City— F P« building se- ¿ 1
¡rod /o r Oregon Foundry that
iroed in October.
Monmouth— W t!T. at crop
rbter but o f belt *r quality than
Couth Bend— RebuOt Popejoy
iingle mill to be himrer than ev-
Post o ffic e o f ( •aylord is es- m
bliahed in Southern Coos Coun- w
•S t ~
! I Lithia
A lbany— Door factory that pur
W e -'C iv e
G r e e n D iscount S tam ps
ia*ed Aico W ood Products fu ror
ire factory employ* 100 men.
Klamath Fall*—direst North
n will start at once constructing f
Bane fo r Bear Creek dam fo r 1
Burns— W. H. Gibson r
1181 worth o f potatoes on
'ret dry land.
On Granite Street Ashland, Ore.
Condon— New brick-tile b
>g under way for Fatland fi
Condon— Wheeler county
f Condop-Kinzua hiyiiway
The undersigned \\^I1 sell property to-wit:
Monday, November 21, 1:30 P. M.
Baker — Surfacing 2.1
Vingville market road will
Clntsop County <-ra*. berry
a* larger than usual and u
15 a barrel.
Portland— N ew Rose City
olatery plant on Sandy will
loy 25 men.
Salem— Oregon Wool nn<l
air Co. will build flo .o u o «
ouae on Front Street.
la k s v ic w —f Modern *amia
» be built at Hunter * H
Geld Hill— Heaver Th
pencil by Gold Hill “ Xe
Salem Forty Marion
•tryman start e»wto»t
Btlvii u ti__I
nc Jersey «•„
7 room house with 100 ft frontage on Granite
9 lots opposite Normal school.
Terms o f Sale 1-3 Down
F;. C. PAYNE
V. W KNOTT
SECOND LIBERTY LOAN BONDS
' e advantages o f our safe-
t rvice for securities is that
»f bonds are promptly inform-
i heir bonds are called for pay-
V money collected for rein-
At the present time owners o f Sec-
ontl Liberty Loan Bonds which c«>as-
ed to earn interest last Tuesday, have
had the advantage o f this service.
0 ta 25
Lavi un*. ,| Wune*
«. M a " , Haile • * by electrical an
■ wstie* a* Snoth*, "M u o n .'' bai
fle e ted a direct current tran»
™ » i and a *cll venerating motoi
»••ch. it i* »aid will rrvolutiotnst
e automobil* and anpLine 'ndn*
JACKSON HOT SPRING
W e urge all holders o f these bonds
to present them to us for payment Ht
once— whether or not you are a custom
er o f this bank. Your money may be left
on deposit in our savings department
or reinvested-—we hope in safe secur
ities— as you may choose.
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k
Admission $1.10 Per Couple
C O M M E R C IA L
S A V IN G S
- SAFE D E P O S I T