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o PAGE EIGHT THE ALBANY D E M 0 C R AT - H E R A L D , ApX'hfYP R E G 0 N -T.H5AJURDAY, MARCH 21, 1936 mRVAMKANn I ht floLDou Soc'ety; (Coontinued from Page 2) LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS Return Heme Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hodges returned last evenins from Ashland where they had been to visit at the home of Mis. Hodges' brother, Dr. Blake. i : NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call rodo frmlin ffiii' gLIGAI DEFEATS CURTISS; BOUT ISFASlCLJsAN Albany's best wrestling bouSj in months went to Don Sugai.LXhe was Francis Plagmann. The next meeting is March 26 with Mrs. Clarence Cox. Delroy Keebler and Darrel Cyrus made a business trip to Salem Wednesday. Mrs. H. C. Bilyeu and sister, Mrs. Tillie Howells, spent several days the first of the week in Washington with their sister-in-law, Mrs. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Creig Bowers are helping Harry Wylie at the Cottonwood dance hall, and service station. . . . Receives Contract The Hooker Electric Second (Ve"as been store on awarded the contract lor the sound system also the annuntiatdr system and the clock system of the ne w school buildings now being constructed. Hooker was the low bidder among a number making bids, it is said. License ExamuJT Coming Glenn Bown, district state auto license examiner, will be at thQODera in Portland. Halftev Halsey. Mrs. Esther Goody-kuntz entertained thirteen members of the Dorcas Circle of the Methodist church Thursday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Henry Hollemon and Mrs. Nellie Day became members. A social time was enjoyed by the students and teacher and patrons of the Brandon school Friday night at the. schoAJiouse. The A. JT Hill company hardware company is having some spring house cleaning, such as oaintmg, done in the office and other parts of the building. Dana C. Rossman is out at work again after having been confined to his home for over a week with a severe cold. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Muller and three children have all been quite 11 with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Jess O. Cross motored to Portland last Saturday tnd remained until Sunday evening, attending grand opera while there. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sisk were Sunday guests at the home of 'heir son and daughter-in-law, Mr, ind Mrs. Edgar Sisk, near Lake Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Estes V. Bass and Mr. Bass's mother, Mrs. Sophia Bass, accompanied by Mrs. R. F-Sisk and J. P. Forster motored to Albany on a combined business and pleasure trip Tuesday. Mrs. Nelson has returned to her home In Portland after spend-ng the las few weeks here caring 'or her daughter, Mrs. L. D. Taylor, and family while they have been ill. Mr. Taylor has returned o his duties at the Halsey State bank after having been absent icnrlv a month due to the mumps. Clifford Bass is about the house, ut not returned to school yet, alter a does of both measles and mumps. TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Stocks irregularly lower: build- ing and power equipment shares suung. Bonds irregularly higher; rails improve. Curb generally steady; utilities Call money of 1 per cent. Dollar continues to gain. Cotton steady to firm. Rubber unchanged to around 3 points higher. Stocks New York, March 21. Building, power equipment and farm equipment shares advanced in an irregularly lower stock market today. Advance ' in construction and power shares was attributed to expectations of great replacement demand in the flood zones. These issues made numerous new 1935 highs. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial 156.45 off 0.97, railroad 47.10 off 0.23, utility 31.76 off 0.07. Volume approximated 840,0p0 shares compared with 1,430,000 shares last Saturday. Curb sales were 383,000 shares compared with 448,000 shares last Saturday. Grain Chicago, March 21. New crop wheat futures reacted to near seasonal lows on the board of trade fairly steady, rallying to close net unchanged. The new crops finished ueorge (jross, local nigh school today, selling off on rain forecast 'pnrtipl-. bus heen confined to hislfn fjw,il.t mnilnne ivao., tr.lrl Corn met pressure and reached n.gnis oi rywuas new lows on the current down- The regular weekly meeting of turn, closing losses ranged from'U'e Knights of Pythias order will to cent. May and July oats be held Monday evening. Degree touched new seasonal lows, but, work is to be featured. ! clever Salem Japanese' youth, after a fierce, fast struggle with Jack Curtis, s last night in the armory. The bout was clean and fast with both grapplers showing no signs of rough tactics. The ability of both was the feature of the evening, reaching a climax with the suddenness ol Sugai's win. The falls were even alter 25 minutes of furious action when Curtiss applied a Boston ; crab and apparently had Sugai downed. : But the Salem youth turned the i hold in a flash and look the match with a body press. The surprising turn was a fitting finish for the bout. The other half of the double main event was as rough as the last was clean. Soldier Thomas, a powerful newcomer, and Herb Bergeson kicked and gouged their way through a half-hour of grappling with Thomas eventually coming out on top. Thomas was too strong and durable for Bergeson, absorbing all his punishment with little ill effects. leaver Crew Wins Third at larkeley Berkeley, Cal., March21. University of California's first freshman crew were lions of the Berkeley campus today following a four-length victory in a four-way regatta yesterday. The 2,000 meter race over a regulation Olympic games course or Oakland estuary marked the 193f competitive debut of the Goldei Bear varsity, regarding a leading contender to represent America ir its third consecutive Olympic competition. As expected, the race revealed nothing of the Bears' potentialities. Conch Ky Ebiight entered hi: fourth string varsity crew, holding his regulars back for later compet itive trials. The varsity boat noser" in second, approximately quar ter of a length ahead of Oregon State's boatload. Approximately r length and a half of open wntel showed between the Oregon eigh! and the fourth place Sucramentc Junior college shell. . Pair Nabbed Here Get Penitentiary John Nelson and Fred Oston-reiter, transients, who were arrested in a local rooming house Wednesday and held for Lane county officers, pleaded guilty to burglary charges yesterday In Eugene. Nelson was sentenced to four years in the state penitentiary, while Ostenreiter received a three year term. The two men admitted entciinp the Twin Oaks Lumber company at Junction City. They were apprehended here by City Officei Kirk, who was called when Nelson attempted to dispose of the merchandise to local merchants. INJURED MAN ASKS DAMAGES Damage totaling $26,500 are ask- ica in a campinim ruca in circun iv r e,mi, Gl, ,.,l,M.. !1, plaintiff was assisting in the re-onir of an nutnmnhile tire nt the side of the Pacific highway near bhedd March 13. Wells names Carothers and Nelson Brothers, Inc., Salem, owners of the truck, iointlv ns defendants. GOLFERS MEET U. II. S. The Albany hiuh school irolf tnflm wn Initnv Ancrnifitrl in ! nntitlnn mi ,th T ,,,rnl,, nH course at Eugene, meeting Uni-1 l t.i I 1 vi-imiv iiigM ana r.ugcne nin schools in a trianuular match. Al- bany's only previous match of the year resulted in a loss to the Uni- versify swingers, vhilc today's games will be the season's opener the favored position. ' i Even It I'aul I Daily i Dean does sign bis contract wttb ihr St. Louis Cnrtlinms. it'll oe guile a while oeiore be cnD do any training work tint recently watt Hurt in an auioitinniie accident lu llalms l eft Mere lie IS shown niirsiim aa injured Knee- BULLDOG SECONDS REGISTER VICTORY OVER LETTERMEN The Bulldogs ran through the repertoire of Tuffy Ellingsen plays yesterday on Central field in a lull-game period which closed the smini! trainini Sudden thrusts. .characteristic of Ellingsen teams were the keynote of the hour. Ten lettcrmen slated for service next fall were relegated to one squad, and they dominated the play, In spite of the fact that the second 1 squad shoved over the lone touchdown of the afternoon. The first squad scored a safety In the opening quarter, and the touchdown came in the last period. Throughout the first half the lettermen carried the play with only occasional thrusts by the opposition. The lettermen called on passes In every pinch. Tho third period was the second squad's big occasion. They dominated the scrimmage throughout. Softball League Meet Set Monday President Joe Neuman called the intitial Softball meeting of the year for Monday, March 23, at 7:30 p.m. In the city hall. Plans for the coming season will be discussed, Neuman seid, and officers, t i. ... ,.i lowing; Larry Johnston, Dickie Robison, David Looney, Joe Car- roll and Donald Miller, Jefferson; -o W c-. 1 rrecinu meridiem, vm ow.wn; Jimmuenson oiorvains ana the hJPr.l g u - O . Mothers who w prMent were: JolOton, Mrs. D. H. Looney, JfcfJ iVn . nnA rj.,,,1 lwr-iniiVs fersoh: a.nd Mrs. Paul McClellan of West Stayton. Albany People Attend Among the Albany people, who utora in Pni-llnnH lTririnv anA Ci urday of last week to hear the San uario upeia company were: miss Fanny-hase. Miss Ruth. Chase, Mi!c Wilms Srienre Mis Carlo opera company were: Miss Miss Wilma Spence, Miss Marion S: Sataniora, Mrs. s. c. uhilds, Gordan Childs, Mrs. W. G. Stanford and Miss Virginia Hacklc-man. O FINALISTS CHOSEN Denver, Colo., March 21. Universal Pictures of Hollywood, Cal., and Globe Refiners of McPherson, Kan., will represent the A. A. U. in the Olympic basketball elimina tion finals in New York City next rSX, 'W; final victories last night in tho national A. A. U. basketball tournament. The finals tonight will be an anti-climax to the. tournament,, as-both the winner-and runner-up were assured of s: chance to compete. . . " ' COUSIN DIES AT PORTLAND ri onrl Mrs 1VT . M Ktnnlrni- i.-itt g0 to Portland Monday to attend ,h rnsr!,i nf n. otnw sini John w. Brown. Mr. Brown has been a resident of Portland for over ifty years. He was form-' erly superintendent of bridge con- 'Ktrnetioru for the Southern Parifip. railroad", was superintendent of construction for the Portland hotel and Good Samaritan hospital. Joe Says When he judge says" $10,000 damages.'" It's a happy thought to think of us if you're insured. J. L. Stuart Ins. Agency Nothing But Insurance NOW PLAYING EDS SATURDAY COWIMG NEXT SUNDT .!OTrtER) DOUBLE MLL bLONDE DYNAMITE! M X. She got all men figured, eicept "8 sli wants! M J home with an atttack of measles nis ween. mrs. ooiaa wicKnam 'nas been substituting for him Henrietta Hollemon has fol-'owed the style and is now confined to her home, with measles. Her sister, Madeline, has just re-;overcd from them. . Mrs. Roy Antrim has been con-'incd to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Quimby, or over a week with an attack of nfluenxa. Her brothers, John and aul Quimby, have also beenU) with the same malady. - .. The members of the Church, of hrist are practicing for a sacred Irama, "One Human Soul. Rev Slsworth Coulter and his wife are .T8"'! ?.,n Deg,vcn, Knox Butte Knox Butte. The Busy Ree "3lub met Wednesday March 11,' with Mrs. Sam Keebler withal 2 iresent. They met Wednesday of his week with Mrs. A. H., with a attending. The Guests were vi won-, iw piwh nnH Edna Alford.' The next meeting ,vill be the 25th with MrS. Har- ' e' . . .. ' ! j rallied to close unchanged to cent lower. Rye finished 'i cent higher to Vi cent lower, BETTER CLASS Ol: MAGAZINES CHOSEN : (Continued from Paso One) turn on such an investmCnt proves beyond doubt that this kind of publicity pays. Of the 1.353.000 tourists who visited California last year not a few became permanent 1 . . .. . ' hay expressed belief that Oregon w! cn0i similar experience if it "! o"1 Pl'rsuD. a tourist-get ing Pol'ey- He based his assumption "f" ""J tourist irainc in urcgon. . Sav called attention to the fact tk. tunnnnnn CONTEST TITLE Friday's Scores . Benson, 27; Mill City 25. Salem 38; Bend 30. Astoria 60; Myrtle Creek 20. Tillamook 53; Oregon City 18. Corvallis 34; Bellfountain 25. Franklin 36; McLoughlin 23. Tonight's Gam's 7:30 p. m. Bellfountain vs. Mb-Loughlln (for third place). 8:30 p. m. Corvallis vs. Franklin (lor championship and second place). Salem, Ore., March 21. Corvallis'. mighty Spartans looked hopefully and longingly today toward their first state high school basketball championship in history. It will be Corvallis against Franklin of Portland tonight in the finals of the 17th annual state tourney at Willamette university gym, with the dopestcrs picking Coach Mush- Torson's college city lads over the Quakers for the title, A Franklin team won the championship in 1921, second year of the state tourney, by beating ba-lem, 26-19. Franklin was runner-up in 1925, losing out in the final game to Salem, 20-12. Little Bellfountain, Oregon's B league champs, will meet the tough McLoughlin squad from Milton-Frecwater for third place. Astoria, champions for the last two years, will play Tillamook for fourth. Benson and Salem will fight it out for fifth. On comparative records during the tourney. Corvallis is given the edge. The Spartans beat Ashland, 49-18, the first day, and then toppled the once- mighty Astoria. 4B-26, Thursday. Last night Bell-fouritaln bewed, 34-25. Franklin, Portland's second team, beat Roseburg. 35-29, in the opening round, . and then Tillamook, 37-32. McLoughlin was conquered, 36-23, last night, but not without a struggle. The Quakers' height and accuracy under the basket beat the eastern Oregonians in the second half. The teams battled on even terms In the first half. McLough-lin grabbed a 6-0 lead In the opening minutes, and the score was 9-9 at the end of the first quarter. It was 16-all at the half. But with Hansen, Franklin forward who was high-point man with 16, Williams, center, and KemnlUer, guard, who. both hud 8, running wild, the Quakers were not to be denied victory. Mac Hi made only two points on free throws by Flsk. guard. in the third auartcr while Franklin scored 13. McLoughlin got but one field goal and three free throws In the fourth quarter, missing a dozen close shots. , McLoughlin felt the loss of Rlnker, guard, on personals keenly. Hansen and Meek, guard, went out ot Franklin's lineup on fouls. Corvallis showed a well-drilled, accurate attack against Bellfountain, silencing the Bells, 10-0 at the first quarter and 18-8 at the half. Bellfountain carried the fight throughout, however, and made one more point than the winners In the last three periods. Buckingham, diminutive Bellfountain forward, tied Kruegcr, Corvallis guard, for high scoring honors with ten points. Tillamook ran away from Oregon, 53-18, to eliminate the Pioneers. The Checsemakcrs had things their own way nil the time, leading 15-0 at the first quarter, 28-6 at the half and 45-10 at the end of the third period. Oregon City didn't make a field goal until the closing minutes of the third quarter,, when Moulding finally connected with the basket. The Pioneers' first eight points were all on free throws. Astoria came close to breaking the tournament all-time high-fcoring mark in beating Myrtle Creek 00-26. But In 1922, Eugene scored 65 points against Joseph, the records show. Sarpola, Astoria forward and all-state star fir the last two years, did tie Ihc individual high- scoring record, however, by making 27 points, one more than the entire Myrtle Cveek team. In 1931, Ward Howell of Ashland made 27 in a game against The Dalles. Sarpola did his .-scoring against less formidable competition than Howell, but made 13 field goals and one free throw for an impressive showing. Corvallis (34) KG FT PF Pflugrad. f BlaekledO'. f Warren, c . Krueger, g Crockett, g ; Totuls Bellfountain (25) Liirkin, f S. JJurkingham, f . . . Kessler, c Wallace, g Hinton, g - Totals -.' Referee,- Coleman; uso. ...!- Franklin (36) ' ' Hansen, f .'. . . B. Nunnenkamp, f . Williams, c Kemnitzer, g Meek, g V. Nunnenkamp, . Rygg, I Total McLoughlin (23) Monahan, f Ireland, f Emigh, c Fisk, g Rinker, g Kolberg, s Sanderson, s 3 2 1 3 0 0 4 0 1 4 2 0 10 I 15 4 3 FG FT PF 1 0 1 B 0 2 2 0 I 4 0 2 0 10 12 16 impirc, Pil- FG FT PF 6 4 4 10 1 4 0 2 3 2 3 0 0 4 (Pi i 14 8 15 FG FT PF 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 3 14 0 0 2 0 1 0 D. M. Rohrboufh, Phone 718-Yq specif carrier. Report all other :ompTuints to the of O Phone 15 The Albany Democrat-Herald a WEATHBR Oregon: Fair tonight and Sunday; colder in interior tonight; strong northwest wind' off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday 68 degiees. Minimum temperature iast niBu, vi decrees. River 3 7 eet I I from Berlin M. S. Bellinger of the Berlin neighborhood was In Albany last evening to attend the spring opening. Scio Visitors-Mr- and Mrs. Ed Myers of Scio were among the out of town visitors in Albany last evening to attend the spring opening program and displays. Lebanon Visitor L. E. Arnold, a well known poultryman of Lebanon, formerly of Albany, spent last evening in Albany visiting friends and attending the program of the merchants. From Corvallis Judge 3: Fred Yates of Corvallis and Mrs. Yates were visitors in Albany yesterday afternoon. Curtains Beautlfuly Washed, Starched and Dried to original size. No honks or pins. Edges straight. I Ecrued if desired, no extra charge. AitMJiy-Macnolia Laundry. m21 Movlnr To Albany-Ray Talbert and family of Cor vallis, former residents of Albany, are moving back to Albany today I """:. Visitors in Albany . . G. T. Cunningham and B. Bres-chi of Castle Rock, Wash, were among visitors spending last night in Albany. Le-ves For California Mrs. Claude Nasn Jeldirk of San Jose, Cal- who has been in Albany for several months on account of lhe illness of her mother, Mrs. Earl Nash, left for her home last night. ' Moves to, Albany William Lake, salesman for the McDowoll Candy company, is movln to Aibany from Eugene to nj home. . Visitors In Albany r. ""a o. r. uaivui ui .en- '"" "vu i last eveninf on a -business trip. From Teorea Mrs. W. C. Morrow from Ta- coma, Wash, was among the v, tors last night at a local hotel. We have a hair cut for each member of the family. Try us. Terminal Barber Shop. m21-23 Returns From Vaeatior Mrs. Louise Lance of Corvallis, mother of R. M- and Otto Lance of Albany, is expected to arrive this evening by train after snending the winter in California, Nebraska and Arizona. i Bi.tness Visitor Elroy CcClain, a farmer of the North Lebanon neighborhood. ,...,j u...i... and visited i friends In Albany yesterday after- 1 " " noon, , Petitions Circulated Petitions are being circulated for I Fred Dawson today with the view , of placing his name on the official ballot for representative from this - county on the democratic ticket I for the Oregon legislature. Portlnnd VMt i E. D. Rowley and G. Bcrrv of Portland arrived in Albany "last .evening on a business trip. I I , ; ' Wnrklnir at Devvsjrnt Office I : Bob Marks, a student ithc law ' school of the state university who is spending his spring vacation at the home of his parents. Mr. and ! Mrs. W. L. Marks, is working in the news department of the Demo- I ' erpt-Her.ild todav. pea Phone 235 t.iai. nunc men ""f..i; ,U .J i llk. city hall in Albany March 31 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Business Visitors rr . . , . , OJohn Steen. 1 1 prominent turkey raiser of the Rockhill neighbor - hood and Loren Smith, also of that section were business visitors Albany yesterday. On Official Business A. A. Mikle, district traffic manager for the Southern Pacific was in Albany yesterday afternoon on official business. Visits In Portland First' Presbyterian church of Al- banv, was in Portland Thursday night, being called there on account of the serious illness of a relative. No "Covered Dish" It was announced today that the "covered "dish" dinner Tuesday evening preceding the meeting of Barzillai chapter of the Order of Eastern Star Tuesday evening at the Masonic lemple, at which time the grand conductress will make an official visit to the local chap- ter has been postponed. Here From Portland Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Brower and Mrs. Clara Butscheck, of Portland, arrived in Albany yesterday, to visit at the home of Mrs. Brower's sister and Mrs. Butscheck's niec", Mabel Keebler, and to visit with Miss Keebler's mother. Mrs. J. B. Keebler, who suffered a painful injury to her riffht leg this week wh-n bitten by a dog. Mrs. Keebler will be taken to her home today and Mrs. Butscheck will accompany her home and will remain with her sister while she in incapacitated. The Browers returned to Portland last night. Has Appendix Removed ! Jack Hagewall underwent an operation for the removal of his aopendix yesterday afternoon at the Albany General hospital. Elmo G. McReynolds. who has been confined to the hosDital for several weks suffering from pneumonia, was permitted to go to his home yesterday. Letters Unclaimed - The following letters remain uncalled for at the nost office: W. A. Brown. Mrs. G. W. Bowman. Carl Brown; Alva Bak-r. J. Be?-ehfnrd, Addie Carson, Mrs. .1. Hufford. Delbert Kel-o. Mrs. Floyd rc"cd, Minnie Robison, Lois Diane Wilkes, Mrs. S. C. Ward. Liquor Profit for February $187,000 Salem. Ore.. March 21. Profits of the state liouor system for February were $187,553.15. the state liquor control commission reported today. Of this total $133,765.25 came from sale of liquors in state operated stores and agencies. Licenses yielded $10,478.53 and privilege taxes $43,309.37. Gross sales of hard liquors by stores and agencies during the month amounted to $607,845.55. a considerable increase over the sales of $458,464.85 in January. A total of 81,206 permits had been issued up to March 1, the report showed. I'SE niVF! HFWBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL Charlie Chin Chinese Herbs Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic ailments. ft B. Fong Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stones colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnnys, bladder, heart, nerves, neuralgia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland. skiiP sores, male, female, -hildren disorders S. B. Fong. 8 years practice in China, Herb Specialist, giVes relief after others fail. 139 fl Brst St., AllSny, Or. - Ofuce Hours: Sunday and lAVedncsday 11 a.m., to 2 p.m. TT ou SWrm Tintf Gives Gryingj) rar a lustroirs; 'Natural that all Admit New Arv Oil $r),50 rermanent - - ,-r WALKER'S Barber and Beauty Shop Shoe shining in Connection 113 Lyon SL Phone 879R , ! i . II The Ashton girls were dinner , ""'"'""""t. ,. , . , , ?uests of Ruth Romalne Monday "We must find some way to bal-jvening, and attended the meet- anc0 XM drcaln on our financial re- ng of the Rainbow girls in Al- ?ouresv Say asserted "I can ba,ly ' I think of no better wqy to accom- 'Ruth Thomas is home for a few Plish J8 thfn o beckon tourists days having finished her course . ,r11 ,nc c?st and s?utn.- , n beauty culture in Salem. She I "Income from tourists is all vel-will leave soon for Portland Yet' Those visiting take nothing where she has a position. m us and leave money with us. Donald Sells cut his foot quite 1 Thev. stimulate our markets by jadly while cutting fence posts purchasing necessities of life while -m Friday. Several stitches had 'n the state, but they neither cut '.o be taken to close the wound, j J" our forests nor otherwise re-u., r.t ci,jj duce our resources. Furthermore slated to give a fina ci .1 report u "7 y H"y & .W,e"S S Important business will make it ! ?r"and: wto alleges that he suf-necessary for all possible to nU : fed P"mnnent Injuries when he iH ....., ,-,ii ... ii... .. '...!.i.T... I was struck by a truck driven by Mrs A L Douglas of Eugene! i tnose travelers who are induced to md'Mrs. Grimm of Shedd visit-1 rcmain in Oregon will, for the d their sister and daughter, Mrs.ln10st Part- be of a class that will Sam Keebler Saturday. The bring wealth or capital to the state, mother Mrs. Grimm celebrated 8nd wiU not become public her eightieth birthday on Friday, i cnarKes-. .... ,w , t .t-.-.nn-iu. Fire Destroys Shed At Brewster Farm Lebanon (Special) A shed was 1 completely destroyed by (ire on 1 the William Brewster farm at I Brewster on Thursday rvenins i annul u o clock. Although Dm Lebanon fire rietiaitniiMit uui mil. ! ed and responded at once the hllllHllin HinK I ,n f , I.. ...... m,.,m ,,K mi Kin it in miivu but the flames were kept from ! nearby buildings. The shed was used for a stor- age of miuhineiy and tools mid contained some grain. The origin I : paid by Oregonians last year for nnlnmnkilni. . recting its appeal only to the bet- ter. clafV a n y' ' fOI T I'll" a tftfl " ,., .. , , . , Say exhibited proofs and copy of Oregon advertising that is being prepared lor periodicals. CorMT Will leek jn CHrOff Salem, Ore.. March 21. Byron G. Carney. Milwaukie, democratic senator from Clackamas county in the last legislature, filed today for the democratic nomii-tion for congress from the first Oregon district. Carney will circulate a petition to complete his filing. Only op - ponent so far for the democratic nomination is Sen. Cortis D. Stringer of Linn county. No re- publicans have filed for the seat pr hold bv Rep. tann-.': Mott. Aorc Clarence Monroe who works ati ' u p.i . ii,o nnrf with his family. m. . m -. n Mr. and Mrs. naipn rensnaw nnrf hahv nf Prineville snrnl sev- cral davs of last week with Mr. mH Mr Rill Tamwr. Thov wnm callers at the Roy Johnson home Wednesday morning, cle with 18 present. The guest By WILL1AIW I ! or the rue is tlwui rht to have for Eugene. The University club, I Thursday Mrs. Mnnlcv Copc-lieen from an explosion of a gas defending slate champions, held land entertained the Sunshine Cir- enginelociiled in the building. 'OUT OUR WAY" )Lj -i -vNt L L,TWEV - 7 THEY - WATCH THIS- IT'LL V IT'S A JOB TO j I - OIMME THAT H-- GIMME -- PROVE PEOPLE NAAKE EVERY eODV - 1 - . RAirl;, AT - MIME, ... DOMT VS'AMT TO BE WAPPV THEWS' i-LATf lTf TLX- EQUAL THAT CWFAPEMEP TWAf. - - ABOUT TiME- (. L JUST BIG OUVLL NEVER RAieE BY GIVIN'Ti. ' - . - 1 BEEN ; MIT 'EM - BE HAP PV WITH THEi? GUV OMtOTOO . - - AFTEH 'EM j , I LAST -4 TMAT RAISE MOW, AMP MADE IT WOCte ... ' V PER MEAKLS' i A WEEk I- KMOWIN'TUAT BY OWE GETTIM' IT yrZJX- l.-. AVEAR CXJMB LOOKIM'GUV I WITH LESS EFFOBT y -.-i-- r I CTTOMETOO- N AMD MUCH SCCNER : 1 -,- . ; ' -! V watch h.m-he wont K- - , . , o TALK ALL TH' REST . (N 6 119 Each month'- wc mail but' a little panfilct called "Bear Satisfaction." prepared by the Bear Mamlfacturing Co., of Rock Island, 111. Each i contains an article on homely philosophy, a wonderful (recipe by Vi Du Vail, pictures of scenic interest and a brief Vvord on safety in driving motor cafHTsWe'll be glad to send you a copy each month if you'll slmdin your name. 90 of The Cars on the HighwajrT) Are in Need of Alignment Attention Your car in perfect mechanical order, in correct wheefiigfi-ment and driven at a moderate speed will assure safetjviy Driv in for a free Inspection on our j ' Ba;Altxnin- Machine. IjlVPerfert,' mm . T M)LU ;v A" ' X I plus klr a IB EI F. L. SNYDER 6- SON Totals , Referee, Piluso; umpire, I Lccd- - .Vinson I Sklpworth 'A j "HITCH HIKE I ft Sreond and Railroad Strcot) T MAD! Want Art0Brin(r Results I I ,! D.-H. o - - - - - .. o - j

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