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f i 1 ' TTTE PRECOX ffVATESMAHl TUESDAY, XOVOIItOl 4, 10 10. isnm j
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flcase Thone by Nine
f if the Statesman carrier m tares
you, please phone by 9 o'clock, and
a copy wIU be promptly sent to yo,
Uee the 583 phone.
Regular Meet hie
Of the Chadwick chantef. No. 27
of the Order of the Eastern Star
Tuesday evening, November 4, at 8
o'clock, j Initiation.
Girls Wanted t Work-
in th4 parlor at The Spa.'
Child Pas Away
Phyllis Potter the 2-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy V.
Potter, of 1143 South Fifteenth
street, died at the Salem hospital
yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The funeral announcements will be
.made later. .
Charles furesjey. Distributor
For Diamond T farm special.. B
fore buying get prices at 121 South
CommerMal. Telephone 378, one tc
five tons. Built for all uses.
AVir Firm ltcirSt
I Articl(es of Incorporation were filed
! here yesterday by the Magnas-Taylor
. Construction company of Portland,
capltalizjed at $10.1000. The incor
porators are James P. Taylor, George
E. Magaas and Amy Wood Taylor.
Articles!; were filed by the Simmons
; Mercantile company of Clatskanie,
Colombia county, capitalized at $10,
NO MATIXEE TODAY
8:45 P. M.
For Kiddies, per pair. ........ .SOc
.. I REMNANT STORE ,
254; North Commercial Street
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
strong serviceable car with elegant
body llea and interior specifications
that iiiumi maximum service and
economy at a reasonable price should
thia car. 1 '
LEE L GILBERT, Distributor
1M a. Cmwrnwrnrrrlml Street
- Interest Bearing Investments "
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
2G4.SQ7 Oregon Building
THE FURNITURE MAN
Will make and hang your dtapes.
Largest Stock of Drapery.
340 Court Street.
n ci no Ik
: Electric! Machinery and Engineering
f . Company
j For .
EXPERT ELECTRICAL WORK
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' I?! Soi Commercial St. Phone 955
A PERFECT CIGAB
HENDERSON'S CIOAR FACTORY
WILLARD Storage Battery
238 N. Iligh St. . Telephone 203
CITY CLEANING WORKS
Cleanen of Quality
Cleaning Dyeing Repairing
12(1 State St. phone 703
If Tnnr mninimtnlil vnrk la Solicit
ed, kindly ask the solicitor for oar
otmnesB card. . j
CmwAtmt lfnmiitl TCVkvba.
2219 S.Com. St. Phone 689, Salem
Small Investment Loan Keaity
Ijoana House llental : Agency,
General Property Dealing.
JOHN H. SCOTT BEAIiTT CO,-
404-405 Hubbard Bldg.
Phone 214 I Salem. Ore
rr Hardware Furniture and .
. Second Hand Qooda see
CAPITAL HARDWARE St
j FURNITURE CO.
If jrra bav furniture stoves or
earpets to sell, phene 4T. cr
caU at U3 it. UbmnM etreet
Ml ANTE D
Furniture, ranges, heaters, tools
and, la fact, anything you have
to selL I buy for cash. Phone
'''- !-'. 519 or 611.
M". The incorporators are W. T.
Simmons, W. A. Simmons and L. A.
Simmons. Resolutions showing an
Increase from $500,000 to $ir,0.000
were filed by the Dates Real Estate
and Investment company of Port
land . Supplementary articles were
mod by the Laro Realty company,
inc., changing the name to the Laro
dumber company. -.
Gold lieach Woman Dies
Mrs. Mary M. Blondell died yester
day at a local hospital at the age of
as years. , The remains are being
senr today by the Rlgdon company
to Gold P.each for funeral services
and burial. She had no relatives In
Salem. , !
Hrlnjr On Your
We have caught up and are now
ready to receive any quantity. Gid
eon Stolz Co.
Bexnll One Cent Sale
Thursday Friday. Saturday', No
vember C. 7, 8. Circulars- are j at
store giving list of goods and prices
Perry'a drug store.
Hoy and Car Gone
An automobile and a boy named
Brooks, 19 years old, are missing
from the farm of G. V
near Hubbard. Officers
the Willamette vnllpv ntwi in vnrt.
land are on the lookout for the boy
and the automobile. j ;
Girls Wanted to Work i
In the parlor at The Spa.
Motorists Get Circular j
A copy of the safety circular pre
pared recently by Fred G. Buchtel.
chairman of the public service com
mission is being mailed by the com
mission to each one of the approxi
mately 84,000 motor vehicle owners
in the state.. The circular illustrates
all warning devices used as grade
crossings and explains their opera
tion or use.
Girls Wanted to Work
In the parlor at The Spa.
llif fball Team Elects
At a rally, and dinner for the biff
ball class held in the Y. M. C. A.
rooms last night Dr. B. X. Beechler
was elected president for the season
and John W.'Todd and Rev. James
State and Commercial St.
For that accident Insurance policy,
see as for cheap rates and the best
insurance. ; -
Capital Credit & Adjustment Co.
416 Masonic Temple
One Ovreland, nearly new, six cylin-
jder, 5 passenger, equipped all Cord
fTires and one extra, new. Guaran
teed in Al shape, for $1250.
WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO.
246 State St. Phone 311
Music and Bloslcal Merrtiandlse
Sonora Dealer la Salem
415 Court St. Salem.-Oregon
Let us prove to you that bur prices
are less. Some good bargains in new
and used pianos.
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.
519 Court St Derby building
SaIefi"Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas
J Tanks Repaired
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
' Ford Radiators for Sale
198 S. 12th St. Salem, Or
JUNK AND MACHINERY OF ALL
We also bnr second-hand goods.
Tf von have anything to sell for a
good price call 398. me square
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa SU
Burbanks, American Wonders,
Netted Gems, Pride of Multno
mah, Garnet Chill, Early Rose.
We will be ready to commence
shipping as soon as you have
fully matured stock to offer.
Phone 717 or address 542 State
street, Salem, Oregon.
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
Is a constitutional disease. Years
of use have nroven th onrai i voinn
of the constitutional remedy. Hood's
arsapanua, in the treatment of this
complaint. Sold and recommended
by druggists everywhere.
Elvln captains for the month. Dr.
M. C. Findley and John ltayne were
elected lieutenants for the month of
November. They are looking for
ward to a Dill class next Wednesday.
Legal Blanks i
Get them at the Statesman ob
office. Catalog on application.
I M voire is Decreed
A decree of "divorce was issued
yesterday to Eva N. Terwilliger lii
her action to secure a divorce from
F. L. Terwilliger. The plaintiff was
also given the custody of the minor
child, Ruth Terwilliger.
Thelma Individual Chocolates
A Salem nroduct made hv The
Gray Belle distributed by George
Watevs for sale esverywhere, De
Hike ami Auto C lash
Names were not obtainable of the
participants In an accident which oc
curred at the intersection of Court
and High streets last night when an
automobile ran into a bicycle. Neith
er the car nor the bicycle had lighls
fhowing at the time. The .car
stopped and the driver came to the
assistance of the fallen bicycle rid
er who was evidently not injured
seriously as rider and bicycle were
taken into Ihe car and driven away
before parties could be identified.
Chief of Police Varney said last
night that because accidents of this
nature ar of frequent occurrence in
Salem the traffic laws are to be
strictly enforced In the future. Len
iency and efforts to warn the violat
ors have failed. Bicycle owners are
also reminded of the ordinance which
requires that all bicycles carry lignt
and drastic action will be taken soop
if the lamps are not nsed.
Cider Apples Wanted
We are now receiving appies ai
our plant on Mill street. Gideon
Basement is RaUled
Rnmenne made a raid on the base
ment of the Hubbard building where
a bathing establishment Is being in
stalled nd secured four shovels ac
cording to a report filed at the po
lice station yesterday oy wimam
Purdy who is having the worn aone.
Home Restaurant 1
223 N. Commercial street, win
re-open for business Tuesday, Nov.
4th, at G:H0 a. m.
a aftormath nf th rites of Hal
lowe'en was indicated yesteraay
when a Mrs. Page or 4z -Norm v,ui
tage street reported to the police
474 Court Street
W T. R1GD0N CO.
Leading: Funeral Directors
GOOD TO LOOK AT
rtetter to look through. Our glasses
fit the sight perfectly, and improve
the appearance as :weiu . .
DR. L. HALL WILSON
210-211 IT. H. Bank Build! o ...
rnooes: Office 145. Reldenc 12f
Office Closed Saturdays
481 State Street
Oysters Fish- r-Chops
Chili Con Carne
J. D. MADDOX, Prop.
Victor and Pathe Records
E. L STIFF & SON
554 Ferry Street
t'srn TtlTT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New series Studebaker,
value 11625, today 1300. u. &
Garage. Phone 1752
POTATOES and ONION
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
186-194 N. Commercial St..
SACKS and RAGS V
Also All Kinds Of v
STEINB0CK JUNK &
320-326 North Commercial St.
We Specialize In Auto Wrecking
Parixor py make of car at..
that a laundry wagon had disap
peared from that address. The wag
on has the wording ."Home Wet
Va?b" and " Economy Laundry," on
the sides and back of the wagon
Dance at Moose ball.'
Woodmen of the Worll Attention
S)ecial business Friday night,
Nov. 7. Eats. Come on up. "
State Is Restrained
In a decree handed down yester
day by Circuit Judge George Illng
ham. the state Is enjoined from th
purchase of the Reddish farm in
Lane connty as a game preserve. The
Mill wa instituted against the sec
retary of state, the state treasurer
and the fieb and game commission,
by II. A. Hilmes as representative
of the taxpayers of the state. The
statf fish and game commission had
recommended the purchase of the
farm for a consideration of I7.6SO
and Holmes had contended that the
purcha.-e of snch farms was not" au
thorized" by law.
Paula Mills, the Infant daughter
or Roy and Henlah Mills, ws born
In Salem. Sunday morning at 6:40
a. m.. and died Monday evening at
S:30. The body Is at the Webb Sk
Clough Parlors' and funeral an
nouncements will be made later.
CUT THIS Ol'T IT IS WORTH
DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip enclose with 5c to Foley Sl. Co..
2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago. Ill
writing your name and address clear
ly. You will receive in return a trial
package containing Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound for coughs, colds
and croup. Foley Kidney Pills and
Foley Cathartic Tablet. J. C. Perry.
W. H. Mason, eidtor of the Klam
ath Record, was in Salem yesterday.
W. C. Knighton, former state ar
chitect, was here yesterday from
E. F. Carlton, assistant state su
perintendent of schools, has returned
from Burns where he attended the
Harney county teachers Institute..
O. G. Gillette, county judge of Jo-sephin-
county, was a caller yester
day at the offices of the state high
G. A. Gardner, county Judge, and
George Owen, county commissioner
of Jackson county, stopped in Salem
yesterday on their way to Portland
to attend a me-ting of county offi
cials, t :
Frank Neuner of Portland, en em-,
ploye of the state highway commis
sion, was at the offices of the com
Ross Farnham ef Bend, represent
ing th Bend Water & Light com
oany, was a state house caller yester
. Newton Van Dalsem. state direct
or of vocational education went to
Portland last night.
Miss Muriel Grant was here yester
day from Dallas. - .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelly are here
from Independence vfslMng frlfnds.
Roy Ohmart,, who has oeen hiu
D.in.i. for the last two years.
will again make his home at Liberty.
George L. Cooper will De in
las this week. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lafky. who
have been living at Corvallis have
purchased a home in Salem ana win
nr. here. Mr. Lafky former
ly was a member of the Salem city
council and or the scaooi ooaru.
later was city manager for La
Grande. . .
Jack Campbell will again be em
ployed at the Thomas Kay Woolen
min. ror two Tears he has held a
similar position in California. .
Mr. and Mrs. K. k. sianior are
registered at the Bligh. Mr. Mantor
Have You Keen?
THE NEW VEUE SIX
Now on DHday at
SALEM VEUE COMPANY
162 North Commercial Street ;
COUJVnCST. OmmUvU. fcMUk
prices. Afeltety trrC
Ceatrally toeatr. Cvemlt tm
W.ISHINGTOX Al TWELFTH
n. Btnc lt
caused us to
be commended by
the people of this
have faith in our
ability and de
we will see to it
that no incident
of our profes
shall lose ua tbeir
Is a horseman, formerly of Montana,
but now located at Scio. has secured
k ranch and will engage in the breed
ing of good stock. Mr. -Mantor has
purchased blooded stock of the
Itrower ranches of California and I
Salem making preparation to take
the animals to Sclo.
Harry Scott. Ira FHts and Fred j
Alkyre made the trip to Portland by
motorcycle Sunday. They report
good travel on Ihe Pacific highway
with the exception of two pieces of
bad road just north of Salem and
near Canby, about 10 miles of poor
MARION J. C. Cockerham. D. C.
Herrin. D. G. Curtis, Portland; C.
A. Holton. Oakland. Calif.; K. Weln
hold. Oregon City; John K. McFad
den, N. U.; T. J. Tobln. San Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Roberts.
T. P. Fish, Toledo.
BLIGH William M. Butler. San
Francisco; R. E. Routine. W. W.
Snyder. F. S. Townwend. G. C. Bash
ford. Lee Hlng. R. Cole. M. M. Brow
er. W. J. Virgin. J. Williams. I M.
Stephens. Robert Montgomery, G. B.
Newsome. Portland; W. H. Ercon.
Sheridan; John Janka. Oregon City;
Eliza Wolf. Dixon. 111.; Mrs. William
McDerby, Crawford. Neb.; Dr. Leow
W. Hyde. Hillsboro; N. Komdoni.
Marshfield; E. A. Foster. Independ
ence; R. E. Chapin. Seattle; R. Put
nam. Prineville; A. G. BaumeUter.
ARGO C. H. Watson. J. W. Sar
gent. Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs. II. E.
Reed. Mr; A. J. Mess. J. Pulr, Port
land. LIBERTY SCHOOL
Additions Made to Cornea
lam Hallowe'en Social
Similar to city systems. Liberty
school Is now privileged t" have de
Bartmentalw rk in art. music, bus
iness., penmanship and gymnasium,
which, Includes folk dancing and mil
; Mis Parkhurst. teaches art for the
entire school and gymnasium for the
girU two day in each subject each
week. Miss Hastings Instructs from
intermediate no In music thre days
a week, Mr. Webb, alternates daily
between Intermediate and advanced
grades In business penmanship. Also
be gives military drill to all boys
above the fourth grade twice a week
Such a plan has given a variety to
the work, and creates much interest
besides permitting specialized effort
in certain subjects.
llalowe'en Social neM
J Those of liberty commnnity
bTiught refreshments to the hall, and
gathered for a social time Friday
evening. October 31. 1919. Follow
ing many delightful games entered
iftto with a zest by the young peo
ple, supper was served in one gen
eral spread. The Hallowe'n spirit
was there among the grown-ups as
well as the young. Of coarse the
lights mysteriously went oat a few
times and boys and girls bit at or
bobbed for apples. Many sought the
fortune teller, and then a track meet
of ten events followed. These and
other games ' filled the evening.
Much credit l due Mr. Mumford for
conceiving the social and for. the suc
cess of the evening.
Liberty has enrolled 36 pupils in
primary, 4 0 In intermediate and 26
In advanced making a total of 102.
A few families have left the com
munity . since last year but many
mort have moved in.
Improvement a at liberty
The' following Improvements and
additions have ben made this year:
A concrete foundation for stairway
In rear has been laid, two revolving
chairs and a new dictionary stani
has been purchased, and the piano
has been repaired and tuned. The
wainscoatlng of the building has
been painted, the floor oiled and the
building has been cleaned and re
AT THE LIBRARY I
Study Outline in the Problems of
"Science of Trapping." description
of the fur-bcarlng animals, their na
ture, habits and distribution, with
practical methods for their capture.
by F.lmer H. Kreps.
'Tracks and Tracking, by Josef
VHousemifery." a manual anil text
book of practical housekeeping by
Lydia Kay Dalderston.
A Not Impossible Religion. the
conviction of a scientist whoe re
ligion l.4areely orthodox, but yet
real. SilTanus P. Thompson.
''Scenes of Familiar Life." arrang
ed progressively for students of col
loquial French by Lillle Grove Fras-
"Japanese Fairy Tales," a collec
tion for adults, by Iafcad!o Hearn
"Pageant of English Literature."
a beautifully Illustrated book In
which the great writers of England
are brought before the reader In a
most pleasing manner by Edward
"Lad. a Dog." a story by Albert
"Gosta Perling's Saea. translation
by Lillle Tudeer .of Selma Lacerlo's
"Fennel and Rue," a novel by Wil
liam Dean Howells.
"Land Girl's Love Story." a new
novel by Berta Ruck Onions.
All of the newly bound magazines
are added to the shelves this week.
'Stolen Treasure." by Howard
Pvle,..a story for boys.
"Conquest, of - the old. Northwest
I J 1
c a package .
c a package
c a package"
THE FLAUOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICEl'
Oak Grove Grange Wcnls
Polk County to Have Agent
DALLAS. Or.. Nor. 2 f Snerlsl tn
The Statesman.) At a meeting of
the Oak Grove grance this week a
resolution was passed asking for the
appointment of a county agent, the
services of which were discontinued
In the early part of this year. The
movement is In line with resolutions
adopted In practically every grange
in the county and an effort is being
made to have the new agent on hand
by the first of the year. v
"Uncle Saui' Hampton, speaker
for the farm bareaa. who has been
D & BUSH, BANKERS
General Banking Baron en
Office Hours from 10 . m. to 3 p. m.
Mother's Baking Day Are Orer
. . The rami j NowEati
And They All Bay "Iff Just Lflce lit) HE-MADE BREAD"
Try A Loaf Today
BAKE-RITE SANITARY BAKERY n
437 State Street
For large firm. $125 per month to right man.
State age, education, experience in detail in
your application. Address "Q71t" Oregon
f j I
STATE g STREET
before the war
during the war H
holding meetings throughout the
roanty dating the past two weeks,
strongly urges upon tk Camera the
advUability of seeking aa agrtcaltar
a lagent to assist them in their trou
bles. A petition will probably be
presented at a meetiag of the county
court next week for the employment
of aa agent-
The Inwartl Kffrrts of humors are
worse than the outward. They en
danger the whole system. Hood's
Sartapartlla eradicates all humors,
cures all their iaward and outward
effects. It Is the great alterative
and tonic, whose merit has been ev
tyYcte Stele art
and Its Settlement - by'tAmerlcans,
James Ba44wia. tc.