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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1920)
TIIE OREGON ATATFSM A t FRIPAV, FEBRVABVj gOt ,920.
1920 JURY LIST
More Than 350 Persons Slat
ed for Service in Marion J
MANY TRIALS IN SIGHT
Of Entire List of Names More
1 Than 170 re Farmers
The list of jurors who are to erve
in the 19ZO-ciMirt trials has been
completed. Taxpayers from all thai
districts or Marion county are repre
sented. There I are more than 350
persons on the Venire.
Of the entire Jury list, 170 are
farmers, merchants. 41. and retired
men, 25. The remainder of the list
composes men Affiliated with 27
trades and 'vocations.
The veniremen as-given by Connty
Clerk Hover are:
Aumsville D'J'P. Eastbnrn, John
Smith. G. XV. Riaynard. W. K. Win
slow,: S. S. Swank, M. II. Speer,
Charles S. Martin.
Aurora H. lU Bents, Louis We
bert. Henry Kelt, Allle Will, Nathan
Cole.- - '
Rreltenbush iGrln Jndd.
Brooks Will R. Jones, Harrison
Jones, Malcoln Ramp, William . A.
Mumper, E. A. B. Howard, Britt As
pinwall. Buttev'.lle William Ryan.
Cnampoeg John , A. Gearln.
Charles E. Geelan, Frank Osborn.
Chcmawa George N. Thompson.
William Blake. Ben L. Clagget,
Frank E. Evans. Emery M. Bailey-i
Harry J. Beard sley,
Croisan Steve Hnber. j
Donald John H. Miller, Johnj
Singer, Henry Stauffer, Horace W. t
Thiclrren. Thurston Yergen.
Elkhcrn John Lomker.
Englewood Frank F. LeBare
Charles H. Chapman, W. J. Dirr, H.
C. Maguren, Frank Ricket. W. H
Troy. Fairrield Frank Mahoney, XV. C.
Fairgrounds C. XV. Beechler.
Charles R. Griggs. Anton Christen
on. Bird Lee Craven.
East Gervais L. K. Slegmund
Eugene Manning, J. A. Ferschweiler,
Wert Gervais Charles Foumal.i
John F. Manning. August Nlbler.
Roreb David Smith, H. D. Bondy.
Central Howell XV. Desart. Al
bert F. Janz, Thomas Lauderback.
North Howell R. C. Jefferson, A.
T. Cline. Eph J. Thurman.
East Hubbard Robert E. France.
J. Fred Palmer, Herman L. Carl
John C. Moomaw, John Stauffer.
West Hubbard Joseph Calvert,
David ilovenden. Glen C. Carothers,
Lee Herschbeger, Arnold Christen.
Jefferson A. C. Libby, Charles
Kee. Frank-Epuey. Harry Roland. J.
AFTER "FLU," GRIP
Fevers and Other Front rating Dis
eases that Kthaat the Blood.
There is often that extreme tired
feeling, loss of appetite, tendency to
anemia, nerve exhaustion, inactive
bowels, constipation and great dan
ger of still further prostration and
Hood's Sarsaparilla first works up
on the blood. It is remarkable how
promptly its purifying, vitalizing ef
fects are noticed. It "makes food
taste good." promotes assimilation so
as to help secure the greatest nour
ishment pissible, promotes digestion.
Nerve strength and cheery health in
evitably follow, further danger is
avoided and the glad-to-be-allve feel
ing again prevails. , To read this Is
well ,to realize it yourself is better.
Get Hood's Sarsaparilla today, and
tor a cathartic, nothing better than
Hood's Pills, in small" doses a gentle
laxative; larger, an active cathartic.
'Cutting the Anchors"
T Will -be the Topic of
DR. MAHOOD TONIGHT
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
This will be a young people's rally. A great meeting assured.
F. Steiwer, Fred Looney, S. A. Pease,
George C. Mason.
Liberty Bruce Cunningham.
Macleay John C. Jones, E. B.
Patton. Onie L. Martin.
Marion XV. G. Adams, J. A. Doer-
fler. E. J. Farnham.
McKee Steve Bauman, Charle
Leith, Mck Seree.
Mehama Marion Taylor, Edward
Scigmund. James W.Tmbler.
Mill City C. H. Work, D. B. Hill,
Clifford B. Trask.
Monitor Joel L. Jack, Bascom H.
Hughes, Charles N. Seely, John W,
East Mt. Angel Fred Schwab
Rudolph J. Berning, Frank Butsch,
Joseph M. Ebner, uarvey Smith.
West Mt. Angel Henry Klrsch
Paul J. Komp, Martin Llmbach,
Pringle Frank G. Bowersox, C. N.
Cannon. Chauncey Lockwood.
Quinably G. C. Beckner, Car
Petzel, Homer Goulet.
Riverview J. B. Parker.
Rosedale W. E. Way. Charles N
East Salem George Edwards, Eu
Salem Heights Stanley Culver
Conrad Falk, E. D. Bnchanan, H. S
Poisal, William McGIlchrist, - John
St. Paul Thomas Kirk. Philip
Graham, James C. Murphy. C. A. Pel
land, Samuel A. Hoefer, Joseph Mc
Scollard, Henry Stute, F. J. Klnns,
Scotts Mills Allen Bellinger, E.
& Swift Year Book is Out
Send for Your Copy
I r t in i
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v- . 3
, Swift & Cotnpany was a favorite topic of conversation
last year. '
Comrnittees investigated it, commissions attacked it, law
makers threatened it, many condemned it.
Presently people began to think about it; began to realize
that Swift & Company was performing a necessary service in a
big, efficient way; began to wonder whether it could be done as
well in any other way.
, Read what Swift & Company did last year, and what it
meant to you, in the Swift & Company Year Book, just issued.
It s a fascinating narrative simple 'facts in simple words.
There is one ready for you. Send for it
Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
F. Lutgen; C. A. Dunagan, E. R- j
Sh-w Henry Keene, . H. Howd. :
Sidney XV. S. Flnley, Walter Ray.
Silver Falls XV. XV. Seal. Antow
North Silverton J. F. Warnock,
W. O. Hadlev. H. A. Hartley, O. A.
Loe. James G. Gordon.
Soutu Silverton XV. H. Bowers.
I. W. Goodnecht, Frank Egan, Fred j
East Silverton Thomas Skalfe, r.
L. lilackerby. F. E. Cailister. N. H.
Ames. S. M. Lukens, W. E. Cooley.
West Silverton A. F. Blackerby.
J. K. Mount. H. P. Broughton. H. V.
Craig, Marion Palmer, G. F. Palas,
Siayton Fred Rock. Georg
Keech, Jacob Spanlol, Joseph Fisher,
Giles E. Thomas. George Brown.
West Stayton Royal Condit.
East Stayton John Taylor, XV. J-
Hewitt, Frank Hottinger, W. H. English.
Sublimity Nicholas Gilmore.
Nicholas Zimmerman, C. H. Benson.
XV. H. Downing. Frank Smith, XV. H.
Tate, Theo Heuberger, C. J. Selbel.
Turner J. M. Watson, II. W.
Smith, Charles B. Lytle, B. E. Rob
ertson, J. I. Gray, W. T. Riches, Irvin
E. Putnam. J. E. Whitehead.
Victor Point Philip Fisher, Orlo
Humphrey. C. B. McElhaney.
East Woodburn Henry Hall, S.
C. Mills, M. L. Hendricks. Jesse XV.
Kelsey, James H. Livesay, Jefferson
Ktlgore, Pearl L. Love. Oscar A.
Nendel, Herman Otjen, Charles Ty
West Woodburn Fred J. Miller.
N. S. Scollard, H. P. Baughman.
George H. Beebe, XV. H. Broyles. J.
G. Iddings, Lyman H. Sborey.
Waconda A. J. Egan, Ellis M.
Salem No. 1 William Frost.
George H. Croisan, Emll Graber, W.
F. Pohle, Wilbur Beaver. A. J. Hag
er, Walter Skelton, L. Mlckelson, W.
R. Ruth. A. W. Veatch.
Salem No. 2 Russell Catlln, D.
W. Eyre, Joseph Lebold, F. L. Wat
ers, Elmer White, R. W. Craig, Earl
H. Anderson, William H. Berger, H.
C. McDowell, August Kehrberger.
Salem. No. 3 George XV. Lucas.
A. A. Burton, E. F. Long, James
McClelland, Sr.. Waldo E. Miller, J.
N. Skalfe. Florian Von Eschen.
Salem No. 4. G. V. Standlsh, E.
E. Gilliam. V. Nadstenek, Steve
Brenchstein. Roy H. Campbell, W. A.
Salem No. 5 J. L. Buslck. A. W.
Anderegg, L. W. White. G. C. Bolter,
Adam Barns. C. Van Patten.
Salem No. 6. C. E. Bayes, Wil
liam Gahlsdorf. E. E. Tanner, J. N.
Witzel, N. L. Gamble. ,
Salem No. 7. Anthony Gregerson.
Levi McCracken, Joseph L. Coding
ton. G. N. Ireland, J. B. Moorman, S.
L. Frarier. ' -
Salem No. Christ Paolus. XV. E.
Mcllwaln. C. M. Roberts. H. V. Doe,
J. J. McDonald, L. A. Geler.
Salem No. 9 Paul Traglio. J. D.
Barber. J. W. Harritt. F. G. Decke-
bach, William McGIlchrist, Jr.
Salem No. 10 R. N. Hoover, O.
R. Pettingill. N. C. Kafonry, C. T.
Pomeroy, J. L. Riggs. E. B. South
wick, II. H. Vandevort.
Salem No. 11 B. E. Carrier,. A.
N. Moores, R. E. Downing, J. -'O.
Goltra. Edgar Hartley, A. B. Gard
ner, E. Cooke Patton, Gideon Stolt,
Ray L Farmer, XV. A. Rutherford.
Salem No. 12 D. J. Fry, A. M.
Hansen. A. J Basey, J. A. Bernard!.
W. G. Prunk. E. N. Glllingham. Jos
eph Craber. Jr., Earl B. Jory.
Salem No. 13. XV. B. Hardy, E. A.
Rhoten. A. J. Edward.
Salem No. 14 Fred ' F. Prince,
Charles G. Given. Ward K. Richard
son, C. A. Roberts, Thoms II.
Salem No. 15 H. F. Smith. John
XV. Hunt. H. O. White, Eugene Eck
erlin. W. F. Foster. E. E. Keene, W.
W. Fawk, C. J. Olmstead. W. F.
Salem No. 16. T;,J. Cronise, H.
G. Coursey, Mark Skiff. Otto Han
sen. Asa I. Eoff. W. P. George.
Salem No. 17. L. P. Aldrlch, A.
Daue, O. Ireton. Roma C. Hunter. F.
M. Brown, Jobn B. Cratg. A. F. Har-
eus,, A. F. Hughes. , ,
Salem No. 18 George H. Graben
horst. Peter Sprincer, S. C. Khight
Iinger, F. D. Thielsen, Will Bennett.
wither j. cnapln. W. A. Cuslc, Wil
liam Fleminrlng. Cass Gibson.
COLE AERO CAR
Construction u Simple and in
Perfect Accord With De
sires of Pablic
A feature that causes tlfe motorist
no intie worry, especially In cold
weather, la the trouble iiMrin
in Startinr the mnfnr anA
perfect carbnration while the motor
is cold, in the Cole Aero Eight
models this has been elimlnatpt nr.
manently by the employment of spe
cial -not-spot" manifolds. These
manifolds, as designed by the Cole
engineers, beat the raw fnoi tt
comes from the carburetor and be
fore it passes into the combustion
chambers of the cvlinder.
Tb construction Of the mn!frwM
is most simple and the principle Is
readily understood. The central In
take manifold is of the best grade
aluminum, lined with hakciif n
Is enclosed in an aluminum heat
jacket. Exhaust gasses emanating
from the cylinders nsa thrnnrh
exhaust manifolds and a part of it
circulates through the heat Jacket of
ice lmaice maniioid. in this waj
the casoline i-s heated tn thm
temperature in the Intake manifold
na an accurate vajorization of the
fuel is secured, and made more read
ily combustible, before It nsua tn
the combustion chambers of the cyl
inders for ignition.
This uniaue svstem nf manifnU.
eliminates the common trouble of
starting the motor In cold weather
assures the motorist perfect earbu
retion under all condition and ntn
izes all the fuel that is taken from
A Cole Aero Eirht innrlnr o.r
be displayed at the Aafo shoxr by
ice saiem veue co- local dealer.
Elaborate and Charming
of New Spring Voiles, Imperial Crepe DrChines and new sfcrin materials; a riot
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Look throngh our stocks and convince yourself that these new crisp goods
are priced within the reach of alL
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE & CO.
Commercial and Court Streets
Formerly Chicago Store
Rural Home Is Scene
of Delightful Party
SILVERTON. Or.. Feb. 7. (Spe
cial to The Statesman.) A number
of young folks motored out to the
home of Mrs. Anna, Jensen Saturday
evening and spent a very enjoyable
TELL YOUR FRIENDS v
THE ENEMY OF TOBACCO
It .Improves any man's health to
quit 'tobacco If he can escape the
awful craving that usually attends
quitting without such assistance as
Nlcotol gives. Did you ever have
Smoker's cough? Try Nlcotol In
getting rid of the tobacco habit and
see how quickly the cough will dis
appear. Nlcotol Is dispensed by most
good druggists in this city, especially
by D. J. Fry.
time In singing and playing game.
Refreshments were served at a late
hour. ' ' ,
Those present Included Mrs. Anna
Jensen. Mrs. Chris Burnlss. Miss Vi
vian Burniss, Miss Alice Jensen. AV
fred Jensen. Reobln Jensen. Harold
Satern. Oscar Satern. Miss Emma
Moe, Alvln Segard. Miss Nettle Hat
teburg. Miss Marie Carbouse, Miss
Ifllda Kertson, Adam Jaeobsou, 1
Josephine Johnson. Miss LIllTt 1:
sen and Victor Madsen.
"Lead) you hundred? t:
man. you must have lest roar i
"Not ' all 61 ' them. Tf tim r
the sens of touch. .yv aee."-L
ton Transcript. :.
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General Banklof Bui!sss
Offiee Hotirt from 10 m."io 3 p. m.
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SAVE THE, WRAPPERS
We will pay l-2c cash
for all wrappers either
returned to the Peer
less Bakery, or given to
pur delivery man.
THE PEERLESS BAKERY
PHILIP WINTERS, Prop.
170 N. Commercial Street . Phone 247'