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TTIE OREGON STATESMAN: srXIKtV, JANUARY 23, 1920.
DR. B. F. POUND
war, suffered lews of teeth or be
came In any other -way- in. need; of
dental treatment The treatment is
without charge to the patient, the
dentist being paid by the bureau of
war risks insurance.
Dental Treatment to be Given! Machinery Is on Hand
Service Men and Women
: i as Benefit
. Dr. IX V. Pound yesterday rr
celved his appointment by the 1'ni
ted States, health nervine as dentist
for patients routing under benefits
of war rfsk insurance. Dr. Pound
walle in the service was a lieutenant
In the dental corps.
The treatment under the provi
sions of the war risk insurance ben
efits extends to all men and women
who.wbile- serving, In --the army,
navy, or ntarlnecorps during the lat-
for New Dallas Industry
DAMJIS; Or., aJn. 24. (Special
to The Statesman) A carload of
new machinery for the Dallac Ma
chine & Locomotive Works arrived
this week and is being installed In
the company's new buildings in the
south part of the city.
The concern promises to be one
of the biggest business assets to Dal
las and has already contracted en
ough work to keep busy for the com
The plant will be ready for oper
ation by March 1.
We are sorry to announce the failure of the arrival of the
A. E. CUMMINGS STOCK
i - i ' ' '
we nircliascU at Corval lis last week, in time for Saturday's
trade. We expect this stock Monday nibrnhiR and will at
once place it on sale in our
.Sale to continue all the week. ,
r will be offered you in clothing, .shocs-nd everything
' " - in niir llasement Store.
PEOPLES' CASH STORE
Display and Sale of Thorough
breds Attracts Entries
From Many Points-
pians are. nearly completed for
Duroc day ta.be held at the Oregon
state fair grounds February 4.
This is a show and sale of Duroc
brood. sows and will be held under
the auspices of the Oregon Duroc
Jersey Breeders association in co-operation
with the Salem Commercial
club. " !
There will be a, showing of the
brood sows in the forenoon. The
prize ribbons will be placed-by (J.
M. Harvey. Boyd. Oregon. The en
tire lot of prize winners will be sold
at auction in the afternoon., T
Many men prominent, in livestock
circles, from various parts of the
northwest will be here..
The entries in the Duroc classes
include hogs from the best herds in
the northwest, several from Spokane.-
Camas, Wash., and various
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
It Seems Sometimes As If Yon Would
Fly Out of Your. Skin.
Eczema or salt rheum not only
Itches, but it also burns, oozes, dries
and scales over - and over again.
Sometimes It covers the whole body
and causes intense suffering.
You have found that local applica
tions have no lasting effect, and you
want permanent relief.
ITake Hood's Sarsaparilla, give It a
rood fair trial, because you must
thoroughly purify your blood or the
eruption will continue to annoy, per
haps agonize you. This great medi.
cine has been successfully used in
thousands of cases.
To make and keep the bowels
normally active, take Hood's Pills,
they are gentle and thorough.
tional advertising now being done
for Salem products, and says be is
glad he selected Salem as his bnsi-
He is a member of the firm of Bu i the debate
cholz & Cates, proprietors of the U.
& C. Motor company, lis
The company is local agent for the
Iexington Minute-Man Six and has
SET FOR MONDAY
Mandatory for Mexico Sub
ject of Willamette Con
test for White Cup
The last Willamette university in-
terclass debate will take place Mon
day night in the First Mcthodisl
church between the freshtnen and
juniors. The question Is the same
ias before: ''Resolved, That the I pi
led States Should assume mandatory
control of Mexico." This debate will
decide whi h class sljall be awarded
the Elmo S. White cup aud win the
"The junior cln.s will lrat th
freshmen contestants to an evening
at the Oreuon and ice cream at the
Jray Belle, whatever the outcome of
dorsod with the name of Jack Miller
was passed at the Darnes Cain store
yesterday afternoon toy an unsnown
man. . .
A man described as about S3 and
of light complexion, weight about
1 en haUhh rvf ahnilt fiVA feet.
A J V uu miftuv
two or three Inches made purchases
at the Barnes Casn store aggregat
ing about 2, In payment for which
he tendered a check of $35. which
read "pay to the order of Jack Mill
er 935" and was signed by the name
of C. M. Eppley. The check was
endorsed on the back with the name
of Jack Miller. 1245 North Commer
cial street. After making the change
he walked out of the store about s3
richer. The management's suspi
cions were aroused and by phone It
was learned that Mr. Eppley did not
write the check and thai no jaca
Miller lived at 124 5 North Commer
cial street. The police were notified
t . I w mm I Vt a jn n I
anu are now uimu wu v
The police expressed, no opinion
whether or not the man who passed
the check yesterday was believed to
be connected with the other checks
of this nature that have been passed
parts of Orejron being consigned to ; just received the s'ate agency for the
this show and sale. I Sandow truck which has won popu-
j lar favor -wherever Introduced. It
rUlCI? DAPF FJAPPftWQ I come in the one-ton. one and one-
Campaign Starts Monday
Work of securing subscriptions to
man, wife of the former state school i (he stock of the Salem homebuilders
North I faneral 0f Mrs. Alderman
Will Be Held in Portland
The funeral of Mrs. T.. II. Alder-
and store your
Whatever your battery's make, let
1 ... us store it USL Dry-Charged and
. prevent the chemical action and
, waste of life-tissue which your bat
tery will suffer if you .wet-store it.
; On three days' notice next spring
, we'll deliver it, guaranteed for 8
U. S. L BATTERY SHOP
420 Court St, Salem
ITT liTSffl '
Ot MARK MCGlSTCnCO
THE thought uppermost in our
minds is to imoress on everv
i ....... . , . -f
carowner that our application of
the Willard Service and Adjust
ment Policies leaves out no point
necessary to complete battery satis
faction, whether it is to be found in
Degge & Burrell
238 North High Street
Through Service We Grow
DOWN BY WITHDRAWALS
(Continued from page 1)
I half ton. 2 ton. two and one half ton.
three and one-half ton and five ton
Moffitt has been mentioned for the
place and I think him well qualified
"In fact, I have only one recom
mendation to make in the whole mat
ter and that is that the new chief.
whoever he may be. should have
more money. At present he receive?
the same salary as other members
of tha force but is required to as
sume all responsibility for the entire
Wright Not Candidate
Mr. Wright is serving as a guard
at the state prison and stated yes
terday that he is so well satisfied
with, the position that he does not
care to leave it to enter the police
service again. He raid that under
the administration of Dr. Steiner the
penitentiary vras run n a more ef
ficient basis than ever before, that
it had been cleaned up and made
sanitary inside and out and that the
whole organization is being conduct
ed on a higher standard of morale
and effectiveness than he has ever
known. He declared that Mr. Comp
ton is the logical man to succeed Dr.
Steiner and that the prison is cer
tain to continue in its-present effic
Bacholz Believes Salem
Will Show Rapid Growth
P. II. Gucholz of the B. &. C. Mo
tor company who recently returned
from Connorsville. Ind:. the home of
the Lexington' Minute-Man Six, says
he .was greatly surprised at the
growth of Connorsville. wblch'has re
sulted 'largely from the national ad
vertising done for Lexington cars.
In, the last two years the town has
increased in population over 37 per
cent and its growth seems to be mor
rapid Just now than ever. Mr. Lu-
cholz says he is confident that Sa
lem's) population will increase with
equal rapidity as a result of the na-
Fake Solicitor to Be
Sentenced Monday Morning
Daniel fi. McBride, who was ar
rested Thursday and accused of il
legally soliciting funds ror the Sal
vation army, was turned over to the
justice court yesterday and at hi
arraignment enter a plea' of guilt''
to the charge of obtaining money
under false pretenses. McBride will
be sentenced Monday morning at 10
o'clock. McBride, when arrested,
first gave his name as Dan Murphy
but later admitted that his name was
Daniel E. McBride. He had a "paper
appealing for funds and bearing the
name of Major Barnes. There is ni
Major Barnes In Portland wr.er?
he claimed to come from but there
is in Seat-tie. About 20 names wre
signed to the paper one subscribing
$5. McBride when questioned as to
why he was misrepresenting the Sal
vation army said that he was manins:
an attemrat to secure money for his
family, which he claimed was in des
an J hi.
We have a limited number of
used motorcycles, that we have
taken in on new
Thev have been overhauled and
art; iiL first class ishape,
Washington. I J. C. will be held in
Portland. Mr. Alderman telegraph
ed to relatives there that he would
arrive with the body Wednesday
night. Funeral arrangements have
not been made.
Mrs. Alderman was the daughter
of the late Dr. S. J. Barber. She
was born in Chicago in 1874. She
was only a few months old when her
parents came to Portland. She
graduated from the Portland acad
emy, and studied two years in the
Chicago Art institute. In 1898 she
married Mr. Alderman. She is sur
vived by her mother, Mrs. S. J. Bar
ber, of Portland; three brothers. Dr.
Joseph L. Barber of Portland. Majo.
John 11. Barber, stationed at Marfa,
Tex., and Colonel Alvin B. Barber,
who is in London: two sister. Miss
Fannie Barber of Portland and Mrs.
Paul Matteson of Cambridge. Mass.;
two sons. John, who Is In Washing
ton, and Robert, and a daughter,
Ruth, both la Portland.
aacoriation will be commenced in
earnest Monday by the committee In
charge. T. II. Kay. is chairman of
the committee. The campaign will
be quiet and the city has not been
districted for making the canvass. As
soon as half of the capital stock of
$100,000 Is subscribed, the .associa
tion will hold Its election of officers
and will commence activities.
SALEM'S TAX IS
Millage Rate Is Given for
Eleven Leading Cities Oat
. side of Portland
Of 11 of the leading cities of Ore
gon outside of Portland, Salem has
the lowest millage tax. according to
figures from .reliable sources. Sa
lem's tax is 38 mills, or $38 on every
$1000 worth of assessable property
in the city. V
'Astoria has the highest tax in Ihe"
state. 73.5 milles. and Eugene with
43. 68 mills strikes a fair average,
midway between Salem and Astoria.
- The millage taxes of the 11 cities
Salem 38. mills
Roseburg . 38.5 mills
-Pendleton 41.2 mills
The Dalles 41.3 mills
Albany 43.1 mills
Eugene 43.88 mills
Medford 49. mills
Medford 49. r mills
Ashland 43.2 mills
Marshfield 50.6 mills
Corvallis 53.4 mills
Astoria 73.5 mills
aid see theui today.
HARRY W. SCOTT
147 So. Com'l St.
Strawstacks Selling at
Big Figure Over Mountains
"5trawstack3 are eellin for II 00
and over in eastern Oregon.' Is the
statement made by A. F. Beardsley.
of Kozler bottom, who returned fruin
the visit to Lexington yesterday.
Ms. Beardsley says that, since the
snow has fallen, a good many cattle
men 8 re meeting the high cost of
hay by feeding straw and to their
Furprtae, the cattle are convn
through the" winter in Rood condi
tion. Straw was formerly burned
or allowed to decay.
Each day several loads of straw
are hau lea into the feed lot and.
with an appetite made keen by the
crisp, frosty atmosphere, the catttls
devour It with relish.
Fall nown grain, said Mr. Beard-
ley, is giv'ng promise of a good yield
in the wheat growing sections
through which he passed. There is
also considerable road work carried
forward even during these dayj of
Frank 5. Regan to Appear
in Lyceum Lecture Soon
Salem Lyceum folks wrill bevinter
ested to learn of the early appear
ance of the-Hon. Frank Stewart Re
gan, the famous cartoonist and chalk
Mr. Regan will appear at the ar
mory on January 30. He needs no
introduction to Lyceum folks as he
has appeared on Chautauqua and Ly
ceum platforms for the past 20 years.
During the great war Mr. Regan
used his exceptional talents to en
tertain our soldiers and sailors In
the various camps throughout the
country. He lectured at one time
for seven consecutive weeks in the
city of Chicago to a packed house
every night. Mr. Regan's specialty
is the tax question and the subject
of his lecture here will be "The Fool
Taxpayer." In this lecture be re
veals some startling facts that many
taxpayers never think of.
Certaintly no one who is interest
ed in the question of taxation will
fail to bear this renouwned and rec
ognized tax expert.
Boatload of Russians Are
Turned Away at Man
SAN AXTON'IO. Tex.. Jan. 24. A
shipload of Russian Bolshevists were
refused permission to land at Man-
zanillo in the state of Col i ma on the
wMt nat nf itpilro tuordlnr tO
A dispatch irom Mexico City received
today by a Mexican newspaper pub
A report comes across the seas
that the former kaiser is insane.
Now, or still?
Counter Allegations A re
Madehy Strauss & Co.'
An answer to the amended com
plaint filed in the circuit court re
cently by the T. A. Livesley Hoy
company In Its salt against an Eng
lish firm, was filed yesterday by tha
attorneys of Strauss Co. refused to
repay certain money to which a lo
cal firm had a claim. The defendant
company in a . counter complaint
claims that- by a contract made in
April. 1915, the Livesley company
agreed to deliver 100,000 pounds of
hops to the Strauss company, but
failed to keep the agreement except
for the delivery of 29,642 pounds of
hops. Another allegation '.of . the
Strauhs company Is that the Livesley
company has received an advance of
$8,185.52 on the contract.
The English firm asks for Judg
ment covering the contract advance
except ror $3,360.62. which repre
sents the value of the 29,642 pounds -or
hop delivered at the contract
price of 1 1 cents a pounds.
This sum should fee credited to the.
Livesley firm, the English firm ad
mits, bnt claims the balance or $4.
924.90 with interest at X per cent.
How Much Tobacco
Will My Heart Stand
A Question Vital to Erery Man Who Smokes or Chews
IT MAT COST A. rUKCIOCi LIFE TO
riXD OCT Bt KXrCaiNRXT.'
Contract Let for Road Work
on Highway South of Salem
The Marion county commissioners
have recently let a large contract lor
roadwork on the Pacific highway
south of Salem. The court received
bids varying in estimate from $2.50
to $2.75 a cubic yard, for the exca
vation of 5000 yards of rock at Tay
lor's canyon, seven miles south of
The cotinty'court decided that the
county could be saved a considerable
amount or money u a more reason
able estimate could be secured. It
was believed that the bids offered
gave the contractors an exceptional
The contract was finally let to A.
L. Hansen of Mt. An eel who a need
to clear up the grading for a consid
eration of $1.75 a cubic yard. By
the estimate of the court a saving of
approximately $4000 was effected to
the county. Work will begin on the
cut at once. The desire of the court
is to complete this section of road
work before the summer traffic begins.
Kloepping Resigns and
Ellis Takes His Place
II. II. Klepping. chief deputy in
the Marion county clerk's office.
tendered hlr. resignation yesterday
to take effect February 1. Mr. Klep
ping has served the county as chief
deputy ror more than three years.
The object of Mr. Klepping's res
ignation Is to accept a position with
the state industrial accident commis
sion. County Clerk t. CI. Boyer said Sat
urday' that Mr. Klepping has estab
lished a remarkable record for effi
cient and faithful service while in
C. R. Ellis, until recently employed
In the office of Mildred it. Brooks,
will fill, the vacancy caused by Mr.
Klepping's departure. Mr. Ellis is
a student of the law department of
Willamette and university and an ex-
service nran. Mr. Elljs enlisted in
'ue navy one weeK alter war was
declared, at Vale. Ore., and was re
leased in June, 1919.
mnd tsklnr them as 4lrt4. Tit habit
I really auita you and its departure Is
. I 1 ...
Jf r" want to know how much eaater
beara a doublo bttrden It doea Ma al-rtt ta to quit thefcabit with Nicotol thaa
lotted task and then rtfhta nleoti-a forlwlihwit tt fo twenty-four hour a with
aupremacr. As lonr a the heart win 1 oat tobacco and note what an effort It
ho Hrea; when It loaea ho dla. but be-leosts rm. then bet- caing It aa aual
for tha final victory of nicotine you '.and take Nicotol tablets. At tha end
pass through many atagaa of decline of a week diaroaUnua emokinr or
cne m- lor a air ana. ix a proeion
roa will hava no deaire ta reeum e. At
eaat ynir deaire will be. greatly di
minished and another week or tea
should make It not sly poaalbl. bat
a, plea aura, to quit.
NOTK: tt. Connor, formerly of tha
Johns Hopkins HoepitaU nnder whoe
advice Nicotol hae oTtea been aaed. eaft
when this statement was ahown to htm j
I have known Nicotol to conquer tha
tobacco habit In leaa than ten days
time and I can therefore recommend It
hlrhly." When tha doctor's eta tement
waa eiown to mo of our leading- drao
riate he said: "Nicotol la truly a won
derful remedy for tha tobacco habit,
way ahead of anything- wa have ever
sold before. We are authorised by tha
manufacturers to refund tha money to
every 'dieeatiefied customer and wa
would not permit the ueo of our nam
wnlees tha remedy poaeeaaed unusual
merit. Nicotol ta sold In thla city un
der an Iron-clad tnoney.back g-oarantea
by all up-to-date druggists, includiaf
D. J. Fry .
and decay and suffer many pangs.
Hearts ara Ilka human beings aoma
ara stronger than others, therefore
aoma hearts will stand more tobacco
thaa others. Cut there Is a limit to what
any heart can atand. Tha man who
puts thta additional atrain on ha heart
a doien timea a day by smoking cigar
ettea. a pipe or cigara or cbewinr to
baccois taking a madraan'e chance
with health and Ufa to lose and nothing
to win but the chance that he may not
loae them, tie Is Indulging- In a coetly
habit at tha expenae of precious health.
Aak any doctor anywhere, and ne win
tell you that using tobacco la Injurious
and that It la far better to. quit tha
habit than to experiment to find out
how much tobacco your heart 'will
atand without serious reaulta.'
But tha thought of quitting- Is un
pleasant to moat men even to thoee
who know that tobacco Injures them
and to really quit takea mora will
power than they hava and cauaea mora
euffering than they can voluntarily en
dura. To quit tha habit make It eaay
rfc ; ff r ' fr - e f' ,
Bad Check Is Passed
on Local Business House
A forged check, of $35 drawn on
the account of C. M. Eppley at the
United States .National bank and en-
Qaestiohable Dog license
Law Is Cause of Much Grief
Aider svt 10th 'street
The most homelike hotel la Pert-
tand. All Oregon Electric tralaa
top at the SEWARD. V
Rate, fl and up. With private
bath 9tJM and an.
W. M. RwrdV MaYM-.
County Clerk U. G. Boyer has met
with much difficulty lately relating
to the issuance of dog licenses. Every-day
the mail brings requests for
dog licenses and the money orders
I have to be returned as there can be
i no licenses Issned until the leral
i status of the new law is established.
The law was passed in the 1919
legislature and has been held const!.
! tutional as the result of a test case
recently settled in the circuit court
of Multnomah county. The case has
been appealed to the supreme court
and an early decision is expected as
Hiau county cierxs oi me state are
awaiting the decision of the suoreme
court before issuing the licenses. Ia
accordance with the action the sher
iffs of these counties are not en forc
ing requirements regarding this law.
An unofficial esimate of the dors
In Marion county Is that there" are
anout 4000 dogs that come under
the new law. This shows what
large task it Is to return all the re
mittances to their respective appli
cants. The position In which the
county authorities are placed gives
an Impression that they like many of
the doc owners who would rather
comply with the new law because of
me excessive amount of grief con
nected with the returning of the re
T0THE STURDY YOUNG FTLIOW
TOTHE BUSIN CSS HAN &Y0HAN
i - a a
TOTHE MOTHER AT HOME
Roadsters and Touring Cars '
Have Not Advanced in Price
Since October 1, 1918
(1 ml tiding War Tax
f. h: bonesteele
Ferry and Commercial St.
T1IE BI ST AT THE TRICE
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