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THE OREGON STATESMAN: WEDNESDAY, A Till L 7. lOiO.
The bicycle reported, stolen Sat
urday night from the porch or the
Howard lltilsey residence was re
covered 'yesterday morning by Offi
cer Victor from 245 South Seven
teenth stm t, where it hid been left
by the person, who made away with
Will find tt to their Interest to
fall on the Charles It. Arcberd Im
plement company for; poultry sup
Tractor Owners Attention
You should be interested in a
small thresher with wind stacker
and self-feeder, now on exhibition
at the ' Charles R. Archerd Imple
ment company. Call and examine it.
Auto Anny Woman r
Mrs. Eva Halstead; 210 North
Fourth street, reported to the po
lice that some neighbors had been
driving their automobiles over her
sidewalk and breaking It up badly.
?he wants the police to take action
to stop the practice. !
SEE SAIIAILI SUNDAY
l.tnmnhll lint) Stolen
A robe was stolen fj-oni an, auto
mobile belonging to J. U. Parker
gunday nlht while it was parked
i. fmnt of the Jason Lee church.
um renorted to the police, and de
scribed the robe. The police are
making an efrort to recoTer it from
the thief. Mr. Parker believes that
mmt one was molesting- the car, as
tie was unable to start it after
ETHEL CLAYTON -,
"Young Mm. Wlnthrop
Hawley Plays, J
MMy Ile of Beautiful
Vm1i Kalrm Ciirl
Marriage licenses were issued by
the countv clerk yesterday to Der-
ey B. Mulkey. 50. a farmer near
Corvallta. and Jennie AdolDh. 22.
Salem housekeeper. .It is Mr. Mul-
kev'a second marriage. Raloh E.
Brown. 22. a farmer, and ernice
Fowled 20. a stenographer, both of
Salem, procured a license.
Boy Taken to Portland
Offlrera Frrr inH Ahhntt rf ttio
Portland nolice arrived in Salem at
noon yesterday to take Herry Evans,
zu. or romand. jack weiiner, 20.
of Seattle and Earl Towndsend, 21,
of Hlllsboro to Portland where they
are wanted on a charge of stealing
an auiomooiie Deiongmg 10 uuaiey
uiara. 'iney were caugnt at tne
fair grounds, by J. 11. Graham of the
Graham Motors .company in Port
land, where Mr. Clark is employed.
The car was left at the fair ground
garage and was driven back to Port
land by Mr. Clark, who accompanied
the police. Mr. Graham recognized
the car as be drove past the fair
grounds store, and stopped. As he
was getting them ironi the car.
Wellner .broke and ran. and Iladley
rM who believed Graham to be an
olficer. ran after and captured Well
ner. . They were held there until
Chief Welsh and Officer Rowe ar
Can! of thank
We wish to exrress our thanks to
the manv friends and neighbors who
so kindly assisted us in the recent
loss of our wife and mother. Also
for the many beautiful flowers.
;eorge W. Jory.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maddison.
New (Wihh atioiiH
The. Ray-Mailing company. Inc .
cauitalized at 1100.000. filed ar
ticles of incorporation here yester- j
day. The incorporators are tt. .
Rav. B. K. Maillnz and C. F. Noakes.
The comoanv is located at Hllls
boro. Articles were filed by the
Eagles Cigar company of Albany,
capitalized at $1000. The incorpor
iators are Amy Eagles. William Eag
les and W. C. Farley. Resolutions
of dissolution were filed by the San
itary Beauty Parlors company of
Creates an Appetite
Purifies the Blood
Promotes assimilation so as to se
cure full nutritive value of food.
and to give strength to the whole
svstem. A well-known Justice of
the Peace in Indiana says Hood's
Sarsaparilla made "food taste
pood," as after taking three bot
tles he eats three hearty meals a
day, works hard and sleeps well.
It "will help you to do this. Fifty
years' phenomenal sales prove its
merit. Prepared by educated
hurmacists. Get a bottle today.
in the public library lecture room.
The public is invited.
flail Vfi Tnnirilt
The literary appreciation class oi
the Salem Art league will meet to-
nlrht at 7:30 o'clock In the eauca
tlonal room of the Salem public i-
I brary. The study of the short siorj
will be continued.
Get them at The Statesman office.
Catalog on application.
Ibulv S-t to Poet bid
Th body of Claude Roach who
died vesterdav moraine at a local
hospital at the age of 47 years was
sent by the Rigdon company to rori-
ind where the relatives live. run
eral services will be held there.
K DOING ANY
Noralnatlnir Petition Blanks-
Get them at The Statesman office.
lt.kr (1l UaIiJIIl
On sale today. C. N. Needham.
338 State. Phone 400.
Ikm't Forget ; the St. Paul's
Cooked food sale at Stiff s Apl. 10.
Workmen Have Good Time .
.A hard-times social was en joyed
at McCornack hall Monday night by
the members of the A- O. U. W. lodge
and the Degree Of Honor members.
Following; a program of music and
readings a picnic supper was served.
SEE SAHARA SUNDAY
Son I Horn i
j Mr. and Mrs. Ray B. Cleveland are
receiving congratulations upon tne
arrival vesterdav afternoon of a 6
pound boy at the Salem hospital, lie
has been named Melvln Harold.
Rigdon and Bon -
Reliable funeral directors.
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
S22 North Liberty Street V
flectrie Machinery and Engineering
' ; 'j Z t ; FOJ
EXPERT ELECTRICAL WORK
337 Court Street : Phone 488
W f . RIGDON CO.
Hi - -
. Leading Funeral, Director
i if J?-
High and Terry Bta. Phone 1400
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN
887 Court Street
John 11. Seavey of Springtieid nas
I filed with State Engineer Percy A.
Cupper an application far a permit
to appropriate water from the mid
dle fork of the Willamette river to
in-irate 2S0 acres of land in Lane
county. Other applications for ap
propriation water have been ruea
as follows: By T. T. Shell of Wal
lowa, covering the appropriation ot
falem Auto Radiator Efcop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas
Tractor Radiator a Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
ll S. 31th St, Salem. Ore.
nn OmlmA. nearlT new. six cylin
der. B naiaenrer. eenlnDed all Cord
Tires and onr extra, new. Guaran-I
teed In Al shape for 11260.
WOOD-ROOT MOTOR CO.
148 SUte St. Phone 111
Interest Bearing Investmeats
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
904I07 Oregon Building
water from McDonald and Shell
creeks, for the Irrigation of five
acres In Wallowa county. By John
McDonald of aIIowa. covering the
appropriation of water from' Mc
Donald and Shell creek lor the Ir
rigation of three acres in Wallow
county. Bv C. J. Fraker of Port
land, covering the appropriation of
water from a spring. irtDuiary oi
Rogue river, for domestic and stock
use. in Jackson county. By John
Graham of Wallowa, covering the
appropriation of water from Spring
creek for the irrigation of one-half
acre rn the city ot Wallowa. By W.
T. Benson of Roberts. Or., covering
the appropriation of water from an
unnamed spring for domestic pur
poses, in Crook county. By J. A.
Mays, Post. Or., covering the ap
propriation of water from Horse
heaven creek for the irrigation of
181 acres in Crook county. By Her
bert W. Garrabrant of Hood River,
covering the appropriation ot water
from unnamed springs for Irriga
tion of - nine acres In Hood River
county. By Albert U Oldham or
Post. Or., covering the appropriation
ot water from unnamed springs tor
stock watering purposes in Creek
oniintv. Ry Charles Bilveu of En
terprise. Or., covering the appropri
ation of water from Hurricane creek
for irrigation ot 19 acres in Wallowa
county. By Charles W. Valentine of
of Heppner. covering the appropri
ation of water from Willow creek
for Irrigation ot 2 4 acres In Morrow
Funeral Irerlr Attended
Th funeral of the late Mrs. Emma
J. Potter, widow of the late Charles
N. Potter, who died at her home on
Easier Sunday, was held yesterday
at 2 o'clock at the Kigaon cnipei
and was largely attended by friends
of the woman who for so many years
had made Salem her home. itev. i.
4 Anrieraon of the First Presbyter
lan church conducted the services
and burial followed In City View
tlliur Woman Die
Mrs. Jennie Brown, widow of the
lata Robert Brown, died at her home
7i Snnth Fourteenth street, yes
terday afternoon. She was 73 years
nA mnA had Wn a resident of Sa
lem only three .month. She is a
fnrmor resident of Albany where the
body was sent by the Rigdon com
pany for funeral service and burial-
Iln.tnn la HHtt
vvnrt h hwn received from Au
burn. Wash., that H. D. J. Herndon.
nil her for forrerv. is held by
the authorities there awaiting the
rrlril nt Cnnfttabl D LonC Of Sa-
i.m .(in win leave today to bring
the prisoner to Salem. About two
weeks ago Herndon is saia u nn
forged a check for the amount of
39 and passed It here.
Then, Of Course, You Have
a Hundred Needs.
We have them here of every kind ami "description.
The large lone button so smart for sports apparel ;
small pearl button for dainty waists and gingham
frocks; in fact, the buttons you want.
Also a large supply of other sewing room needs
such as pins, needle, Wlting, dress shields, thimbles,
tarn's, taffeta binding ribbon, sewing silk, spool cot
ton and every other imaginable need.
We Exist For Your Benefif
1. g. gljiuleg GIo.
143 Libert Street
Quality Merchandise Poptdar Prices
t.rM-;t .WE M1TY
ram Produce. Eggs, etc.. Faying!
Highest cash uaraet meee.
WILLARfiT Storage Battery
238 N. High St , ; Teleplioae 203
411 SUte Street
Oysters -nsh Chops
Cam Con Came
WEST FUR CO.
Tm of Quality
251 Conrt St. Opp. Court novae
U. S. GARAGE
f 54 Ferry Street
iroim.nnT NOT ABUSED CARS -
special. New series- Studebaher,
Tains II I2S. today $1300. U. 8.
Garage. Phone i7i
Ufaat Hem Die
t-oi-i vt Jr.. the 3-iay-oia son
Lr xir nd Mrs. Earl West of this
city. liTlng at the Leonard apart
ments, died, yeateniar .aiiernTOu.
The funeral serrlcea- will be held
this arternoon at 2 olock from the
Webb & Clourh chapel with burial
following in City View eemeiery.
tt vnnr monumental work Is solicit
ed, kindlyask the solicitor for oar
uuuucsa uiua ,
J CL JOXE5L Proo.
rniral Monumental Works
2210 S. Com. SL! Phone 89, Salem
Furniture, ranges, heaters, tools,
end, in fact anything; yon have to
selL I buy for cash, mone io
W00DRY, The Auctioneer
Baly CTiU, Week-Okl
On sale today. . U. i. .Neeanam.
E58 State. Phone 400.
i.M.offlM 1 ltiihrcl i
iMvirHlnr to Postmaster Hucke-
steln. approilmately 1.512.000 let
ters passed through the local post-
office between uecemoer l ia year
ni Anril 2 this rear. On Wednes
day and Thursday 2,000 letters
went through the cancelling ma
chine, while on Friday records show
hniit si noo lft the Dostoftlee.
tv... rimrtt At not Include anr par-
i m - a S9 - - -
eel post packages. The otuee ia w
Ing taxed to the limit, the postmaa
top uva an d If the business keeps
up at the present rate u win w
necessary to add to the staff in or
der to secure aa good service as gi
en in the past.
art. L. V. Teeple. New .York: II. G.
Batton. SL Louis; Tom Booth. Port
land; J. T. Bradly. Cincinnati; John
J. Anderson. Eugene.
nur.II Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ir
win. Mill City; Clinton Parkett. Don
ald; P. II. Farane. Charles E. Ht-
klmp-r. N. F. Haas. IL F. Loo mis.
Portland; A. A. Nelson. B. Golden.
Seattle; B. B. cuiton. b. surry
HiacK. James , siewan. Lonimi;
J. V. Dustin. Engene: Rose Scho
flldi B. Kadet. Chleako.
. AUCX R. E. Headersoa.- D. J.
Batcher. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Crimea.
I Girl Wanil
At The Spa.
USED CARS POTATOES
T& J. D. MADDOX. Prop.
To Sell Cheap for Cash or to trade
lot Bread and Butter
THE B. A C. MOTOR CO.
178 s. Commercial St.
XITY CLEAIHIIG ;70RKS
, .Oanera ol Qnailty .
'Oeamlnt: - Dyatag JUaJWng
1111 State Bt. Phon Ttl
s - EAG1E DRESS SHIRTS
$100, $3.00 to 910XO
We pay the highest cash price,
phone 717. Office 542 State St.
Warehouse Trade and High
Irture) Ileeltal Tonight
The lecture recital on American
music announced some time ago.
will be given tonight at 8:30 o'clock
by ProL Alice Holman of Willamette
university school oi music, swisiru
by the music students or tne coiiege.
GARL & B0WERS0X
i Groceries .
383 Court Street. Phone 4,09
A PERFECT CIGAJti
Mannfaetnred hy :
HENDERSON'S CIGAR FACTORT
, Phone tit.
844 State Street
The Keprrnhelmcr Honse tn Salens
MO K E
State and Commercial Streets
Ef SALEM. OREOO
A Horn Away from Horn
Strictly Modem 8t.ee pr day
1 IUwm SIM Cmtv
Only Uotal la Bualaaa DUtrlct
i.- i, . . - -1 t
n t. IflrV fnrnirl BrlnclDal Ol
lb. .A' . m a . . --- - ' j w
I it.. im hiah urbool was re-elected
treasurer of the Inland Teacners -.i
iha n-ifvt Inr held recent.
t In Srvnkano. Mr. Kirk Is BOW city
superintendent of schools in Eu
Following the statement of Jo
seph Tuleja that his rather. Jacob
Tuleja. was preparing to leave the
city without first fulfilling tne oou
..iinni nf uardlanshlo. Judge Bush
nH n order vesterdav for the
M.r Tila to aopear in court. He
will be required to show why b
should not furnish suitable bonds In
the guardianship of the Tuleja min
Stranger entering Doslofflee
'Any mail for Mike Howe "
The postmaster was busy and
made no reply.' . 1
"Any mail for Mike Howe? re
peated the stranger.
"No. of course not. Who do you
it'll pose would send mail to your
Wizard Wall Duller
, No eobvehr or dust-will Ha
ter on walla that are gone over
with a Wizard Wall Duster. This
ronvenieat d aster Is made ef the
best yarn chemically treated to
collect and bold all dust. It can
be washed without Injury. The
chemical treatment is permaaeat.
light and easily handled. Com
plete with CC-iach handle.
9123 to 9XOO
H. L Stiff Fnrniltxre Co.
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
- .... I ... i IaaVIh fftl a
strong, serviceable car with elegant 1
rvuj unu ua !." t,K...- --
that tiium maximum service ana
ecunnmy at a reasonable price saouia
LEE L GILBERT, Dittribntor
1SS S. CwawtM t .
Small Inrestment Lon9--Realt7
Loans House Dental Agency
General Property Dealing
JOHjr H. SCOTT REALTY CO.,
- 22H Orecon Bnildlme
Phone 254 , - Salem, Oregon
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We also do local hauling.
Send me your name and address and I will send yon a
prospectus of the
SILVER KING MINE
that we pay the H for
4 CARrETS, STOVES. MACH1HBBT
awn Mwa m
Doit't sell anythine- before you' see us.
TUB CAPITAL. IIAHUwanai
tas Si cm'i st. Pfre 7i
1 IIYRTLE KN0WLAND
Mosle and Maaical MeMBnadlae
Bonora Dealer 1 Baiem
411 Court 8L Salem, Oregon
y SALEM ALBANY
THE FURNITURE HATff
Will make and hang your drapes.
Largest Stock of Drapery.
340 Court 8treet.
JUXK AND MACHINEPr OF ALL
We also boy second-hand Roods.
If yo have anything to sell for
good price call AV8. The Square
Deal House. j
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 CbemekeU St. Salem, Ore.
A couth, a cold and a little more
carelessness, mean a doctor bill. A
Turkish bath will relieve and Help
OREGON BATH HOUSE
D. H. M0SHER
Cleaning and Pressing
474 Court Street
PEOPLE'S CASH ST0RH
rer Kiddles, per pair... Mc
214 North Commercial Street
Lev ns prore to yon that onr prices
are less. Borne rood bargains la new
and used pianos.
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.
Kit Conrt 8L - t Derby bulldln
The Store of Eonsewaxes
100 pounds Wild Hy f f.oo
Sack Carrots 91.2-1
100 pounds Good Wheat. . .94.00
1 Bale Straw 75c
50 pounds Dairy Salt 7.1c
THE HIGHLAND GROCERY
Thone 4 748 Highland Ave.
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK
Tires selling at old prices. frc tube
with each tire. 6000 miles ot ser
vice at a savin? of 40 per cent.
SALEM VEL1E COMPANY
162 North Commercial Street
Mr. Ida Miller, who several years
mm niwrated a restaurant on South
Commercial street, returned yester
day to her home In Los Angeles. &ne
has been vlslttnn for the past few
weeks with friends and relatives in
Portland and Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Riley of Calex-
ico. Calif., are spending a few dys
at the home of Mrs. Riley's parents.
Mr nil Mr. Adam r romaaer at
2013 North Front street. The Rlle
motored from Calexlco. and report
the roads are almost Impassable In
some places. AMer a short stay hTa
they will motor to Seattle.
Dr. C. K. l.lnnton of Waldport.
author of ' The Karth Motor." Is In
the city. Dr. l.lnnton Is receiving
nattering notices from eastern pub
lications. Mr. and Mr. C. A. Anderegg of
1868 Ferry street announce the birth
of an eljtht-ponnd daughter who ar
O. II. Addis of Woodburn was a
business vii-iior in Salem Monday
Nora and Clara King and R. M
Cray of Veneta. Or., were Salem vis
itors Monday and Tuesday.
John Con rer of the Congr Prlnt-
inr mm nan v was the anest of his
son. AUard Conger. In Portland over
Io Srhmidt soent yesterday in
Portland transacting business.
Herbert Nunn. state highway en
gineer. Is on a tour of Inspection
over th coast highways. Hts trip;
will extend mainly from Clovernale (
to Toledo through Lincoln county. ;
ARE YOU GOING TO PLANT ITALIAN PRUNES?
We can deliver fine trees la the 4-C and 2-4 foot grades, for tame-
Can also supply yon with a general assortment of Fruit, Nat and
Ornamental Tree. Small Fruits and Roses
OUR STOCK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY .
1030 Chemeketa Street
Baggage and Moving, llaallog any
where and everywhere
Phone 1844 ; ? j 139 S. Cosa'l
HOW DO YOU LIKE THE LOOKS
OF THIS PARTY?
Toe cant blame hfcn for looking sour. Fie Las
the Grip, a grouch, bis noee rnns. his bones ache,
and be looks on the world through bine glasses. Jut
as wa all do when we bare a Cold.
Toa need a medicine to redace the freer, etop the
ache, carry the cans out of the system. Here la
preparation that la frrer-redodng. anodyne, and
pleasantly laxative. Try one box. Ton wiu 10.e st.
8chaefer't Cold Tablets
Sdr&efer's Dro Store
MARION Mr. and Mrs. L. U
Goodrich. F.ugene; T. C. Dawn. Geo.
S. Unsley Jr.. Seattle; T. W. Steph
ens. James Rosenberg. Felix Fren
dcnlhal. San Francisco; K. I. Drum
TOond. H. C. Uemenway, C H. Stew.
SIX IN A ROW
Toa mill enjoy calls: thla EUhe-Blte
bread fresh fronvwr oven, bakei
by men who bave'the "know how
of bread baking. Try one of our
loaves and see the difference.
457 State SL