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TlTh OREGON SI ATESM AN. SALVJM. OUEOONT.
TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11. 1021
CIT Y NEWS IN BRIEF
,t...i.io Farm olu
Levi Valraer recently sold hia
is-acie poultry a"d trait farm
ttiar off from Riverside dtive". to
George McGllcbrUt. With the
place goe 4S5 Leghorn pullets.
IJoard ami Modem
Well 'furnished, room,:
heated, in private ramify.
S47J. ;JI,U reou;
i niirovcs Final Account
The final account of the estate
of Dell Partlow, deceased, was ap
proved by the county court yes
.,a, J F. l'arllow'. adminis
trator .of the estate.was discharg
ed and hia bond exonerated.
as sum through the aoDrnval hv
the county court of the final set
tlement of the estate yesterday.
Smith Car Damaged " I of the Cherrians is desirous of
A collision occurred Sunday at ! meeting with a full membership at
YYt . Ilreatl
your grocer. Adv.
the intersect ion of Commercial
and Hoyt streets, when automo
biles driven by 11. W. Smith or
Salem Heights anjd Tom llolman
of Eola collided The Smith car
was somewhat damaged.
ri'ftlNl Not tatilty
Walter .. Buchanan, charged
with embezzlement, was arraigned
yesterday before Judge (J. E.-Fn-ruh.
He-pleaded not guilty to the
charge and will be given a hearing
today at 2 o'clock.
F.vcry Suit at Moaner's
Reduced. See our
the meeting tonight.
" ormerly Canton. American and
Chinese dishes; 162 Vi
mercial street. (Adv.)
l'hone 3 4 1.
Fannie V. '' Gregory. administra
tor of the estate ,of John Crag.
was relieved from further liability
Secures Marriage l.Wcnse
Neva Pearl Debuhr and William
A. Mclntyre secured a m
cense yesterday from th
IJioaU Into Store
H. B. Doe, proprietor 61 the
fair grounds store, reported to the
police department that his store
had been broken into Sunday
night about 2 o'clock. Entrance
was gained by breaking th glass
in the front windows. A number
of cans of baking powder, some
salt and two jars of s jelly were
among the articles taken. It is
thought the theft was committed
u ' I by person8 in need. but that they
arriase - were frightened away by the bark
nc -count. lns of a dog t)ofove lhey had fin-.
Dwight Mulkey reported to the
police yesterday that his bicycle
had been taken from in front of
the Presbyterian church-Sunday.
phone' 5 1 1.
' LAST TIMES
r"; ; r in ;
"Conrad in Quest of
y His Youth" '
Lovl, Stiin, if Wine-Colnied
i'.ak-olite beads. Phone oOJ.
ished their work.
liCjrM Blank !
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application. (Ad)
Smith Kile 'omnia in t
- A complaint was filed yesterday
in the circuit court by George A.
Smith against Arthur I). Hanson,
in which the plaintiff asks judg
ment for the sum or ?600 for ser
vices alleged .to have been ren
dered in the sale of real estate.
Tli' Annual Meet ins
Of stockholders ol the
Idi'iit tries Bicycle
A bicycle was found at Court
and Liberty streets Saturday by
Chief of Folice Moffltt and later
identified by Joe Beatty as one
which he had lost and it was re
turned to him.
Ua by Chick
j Sam H. Brown of Gerval3 was
in the city yesterday.
O. 1). llouen was here yester
dav from Silverton.
Bon Smith or Cnampoeg was a
visitor yesterday in Salem.
Andy Siegmund was among th-3
Cervais visitors in the city yesterday.
r. v i!nhls of Silverton was
in the city yesterday.
J. H. Uavenpott was here
lerday from Silverton.
J. T. Edson of Silverton
B. A. Shaver returned
night from Corning. Cal., where
he was the past week on business.
Charles Scott of Scotts Mills
was in the city yesterday attend
ing to road business.
Charles L. McAllister oi Shaw,
patrolman of road district No. 47,
was in Salem yesterday.
understand, and If it goes to thorn
as; a fererrel measure, they will
have an opportunity to study and
understand it. This birth ques
tion is the great question of the
ase. iok at Germany, said to
N. Com-j have had the greatest birth rate
in the world, now stripped of her
youth, manhood and brains.
Put we need not go from home
to look for trouble. Ask any
normal man or woman: "How
many children have you?" None;
one, two, perhaps three; seldom
irore. Turn to the feeble-minded;
five. ten. or fifteen. Then taka
an inventory of the state wards
Add to this all of the terrible
things . that are being enacted
daily throughout our nation. 9
per cent of which comes from
perverts. It will not require
mathematician long to tell where
we are drifting. The people are
waking up to this dreadful con
dition, vl prophesy, that in less
than ten years we will have a
federal -law requiring every man
and woman of adult ave to come
under a mental test. No nation
has survived, or ever c;-n survive,
without' superior mentality.
! Dr. Owens-Adair.
Dr. Charles L Barker
Blames Home for Sins of
orders for spring
Kay Woolen Mill Co. will be held de very. C N Needham 5 blood
at the omce o me compauj i.
Salem on Tuesday, th? 18th day
of January. 1I21. at 9:30 a. m.
All business that may properly
come bef ore that meeting will bo
transacted. . - .'
I E. J- SWAFFORD.
SALEM CLEANERS AND
.. Repairing and Alterations
1515 S. Com'l St, rtaone 1SGS
Willamette Valley Transfer
Fait Ont Freight Daily Between
Portland ana saiem
Hie Vacunm Cups hay e ar
A. H. MOORE'S
DOUGHNUTS 30c Doz.
rAVouM Quiet Title
In an effort to quiet the title to
property interests. John ,H. liua
I son filed a complaint yesterday
! against the' unknown heirs of E.
Magazine Club lUte
The Ace. 127 N. llign.
Flie in Oil Boom
A fire was discovered late Sat:
urday night ia the oil room of the
Boggs grocery store at Seven
teenth and Market streets. N. O.
Bales extinguished the flames,
which was first seen from a street
car. The lock on the oil room door
was found to have been broken
and an entrance to the building
forced in this way. Sacks were
packed around the oil barrels and
these were on fire. Mr. Boggs re
ported to the police that he hed
left the sacks on the back porcn
and that it was his custom to keep
the oil room door locked.
Hard t'!ds People whose
is pure are not nearly fo
tikelv to take hard colds as or
others. Hood's Sarsa pirilla
makes the blood pure; and thM
great medicine recovers the sys
tem arter a cold a? no other medi
cine does. Take Hood's.
n i . r t r v ? I
aalem ocnooi oi expression iMn-ic ni naming
. . a -ti'l, ntrorlnr I AOIDMn Laic, lunmrnj v .w..w...
147 N. Commercial
Phone 532 1484J
Special Course in Public Speaking
lC2-3 North Commercial street.
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Will Meet Karlier
The Cherrians will meet tonight
at a G o clock dinner In tne com
mercial club rooms. Instead of at
a later hour ar formerly arranged.
The change to an earner hour was
made in order that members
might have the opportunity or at
tending the concert wlucn win oe
given tonight under the auspices
of the Apollo club The new King
Secure Reliable Fruit and Orna
mental Treea, Small rruiis, tvosw.
THB SALEM NURSERY
i Oreson-BldE. Fnone
1919 Dodge touring; isew ,uai-
tery, 3 new tires: moior in-.vi
ondlon. $K-for J quiCK saie.
SALEM BAKING CO.
113 Court Street. Fhone uotf-.riri-.- Machiaea And Records
- -w TW lla
Player Pianos ana riayer
15 br RiTon SoWd. . . . .f l-OO
10 pounds OnioM........-3c
loudi, per sack. . -
ivheat. ner hundred. . . M
The Highland Grocery
Phone 498 746 HignUnd Atenue
W. W. M00RE
" Fnrnltur 8tor ;
The Home oi Uxe Tletrola
To get more tor your money at
CARL & B0WERS0X
3S3 Court Street Phone 409
For SuH-rior Mrntallly.
( I am here and. ready with two
liills which I would present to the
legislature Tor considttation.
i In explanation will say that the
first meamre it to ask for an
amendment-to our proseut mar
riage law which requires the men
to Dass a health test. I am ask-
ling that tne woman ie requireu ;
to take the same examination tor
health that the men are required
to take. This is only just and
Second. I am having a bill pre
pared which I hope the members
of the legislature will consider is
not only proper but or great value
to the life of our nation, and will
therefore recommend it as a fe
ferred measure to go before the
people at our next general elec
tion. If this bill becomes a law,
it will provide that both parties
must pass an examination for
health and mentality as well. If
one or both fail In the mental
eondueti aalea anywhere In
Marlon or Tolk counties.
Store located 270 N. Com'L
Your Car Needs Service
A heavy, well equippeu tow car
and well equipped shop always at
Great Western Garage
Phone 44. " Opposite Court House
AVK NEVER SLEEl
It Py to Trade ai Th4
fARMERS CASH .STORE
' G. Barton Durdnll
147 North Commercial 47
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
SECOND HAND FUfcNITUXE
Stove. Carpet and Toole
t-.nit! Hardware Furniture Co.
2ti N. Commercial St, Phone 47
CaU G. It. Tracy Wood Co.
f for all kinds of
; : , dry wood
rrompt dellrery Paoae 520
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
for Thor Waihlng Machines and
Electric Work ana supplies.
IJ7 Court St. Phono 481
I JLLE1I ALBANY
of all kinds such as furniture,
stoves, ranges, machinery, of
all kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
21S Center Phone 398
test, that one or both must be
rendered sterile before they are
allowed to marry. I believe the
feeble-minded should be allowed to
marry provided thy are rendered
serile. They are human and are
entitled to home and love. I am
sin American. I believe the bal-
Silverton Has Road
SILVERTON. Ore.. Jan. 9.
(Special to The Statesman) An
enthusiastic road meeting was
held by road district number 54
Saturday night at the Brush
Creek school house. !
The purpose of the meeting
was to take action regarding the
blockade existing on the scanty
road due to the overflow of the
Fudding river. This blockade
throws the trafHc of four differ
ent roads on the Brush Cre'k
!road, known to some as the old
.Through the influence of some
of the property holders along the
Scanty read at the time that the
paving of a road between Salem
and Silverton was under discus
sion the county court decreed that
it should be the Scanty road that
should be paved.
During the discussion Saturday
night it was brought before those
present that the Brush Creek
road not only, is passable the year
round but is also a mile shorter
than the Scanty read. The
Scanty road has been impassable
for ten days, due to the overflow
of the river. This year is not an
exception. , but every year there
Is a period 'of from one week to
three weeks when the Scanty
VtSad is impassable. This throws
the heaviest trafHe on the Brush
Creek road at the time that the
oad is the sc rtest and most eas
ily cut up. District ao. ui nas
built its own road with little or
Ho outside assistance and natur
ally resents the wearing out oi us
road by ethers who do nothing
towards its upkeep,
vi it was also brought up tiiat
the expense or making the Sc&n
tv rr,ad passable the year round
ttwuld be so great that the road
ttuld possibly be paved as it is
and so continually mane u nec.es
ary for Salem-Silverton autoists
to go over the Brush Creek road
- part of each year. The Brush
Creek road would be .so ivuch
loer and more -;onv;ni.;-it for
the greater amount ct Silrertrn-
, a rnmmittee consisting vi
tlaiipburc. chairman; Carl Ben
GoDbrud. Fred Krug
In simple telling words. Dr.
Charles E. Barker, lecturer of
national fame, in speaking to one
of the largest men's mass meet
ings ever assembled at the Salem
armory, pictured the living facts
of "A Father"s Duty to His Son."
Dr. Barker advanced the truths
that every child has the right to
the knowledge of his existenc;
that many of the sins of manhood
are direct results of lack or in
formation 'doncerning the vital
things of life, and that posterity
must pay for the sins of the
youth of today. Dr. Barker as
sailed the theory of a double
standard for men and women, de
clarine that science does not
authorize a man to live less whit
er or cleaner than a woman.
'VBoys turn out wrong becauso
they are not taught right in the
home." declared, Mr. Barker, ns
he placed the responsibility for
many of the boys mlsteps upon
the father. "The first duty of a
father to his child is to teach him
the lessons of obedience." Mr.
Barker traced the product of the
American college who bangs onto
a cigarette and a poodle dog back
to the home where he has failed
to learn the lesson of obedience
and right living.;
"Teach your . son from his
Youth up the vital things of life.
was the suggestion given to rath
era. To the young men of Salem
he hurled this challenge: "Young
men. make your walk through life
Yesterday morning Dr. Bark
er presented to the students cf
the high school, in. a most con
cise and effective address, "The
principles of Success."
Laying stress: upon the neces
sity of learning the principles of
success while still in school, he
interpreted the principles as stat
ed by ex-president Garfield: "a
strong arm, a clear head and a
brave heart-" After emphasis
ing the necessity of will power in
the securing of success, he con
cluded with the statement: "I
have shown you the way; now It's
up to you." His ability to un
derstand the attitude of the stud
ents and to present his facts in
a forceful, sympathetic manner,
was in a large measure respon
sible for the way in which he won
Dr. Barker talked to the wom
en of Salem at . Waller Hall yes
terday afternoon on "A Mother's
Relation to Her Daughter"
Hundreds of Salem mothers lis
tened to the words and advice of
this noted lecturer.
Dr. Barker, in speaking to a
large crowd at the first Baptist
church Sunday . night, gave - the
following principles on "How to
be Always Happy.
Cultivate the habit of always
look in r on the bright side of
Accept cheerfully the place In
life that is ytrurs. believing that it
is the best possible place for you.
Throw your whole soul and
i Rpirit into your work and do it
I the best you know how.
dally with r-rayer or to invite
members of the clergy of Salem
to perform that service.
A senate resolution was adopt
ed authorizing the president to
appoint an assistant ergeant-at-arms
a' a palary of t iay. K.
A. Ford was appointed. Other
appointments announcea oj i r-
fident Rltner were:
Bill clerk. Agnes Shnckig;
pages, Elizabeth Frizeen, Charles
I'racl. Kodney Hanks; messenger
to printer. Junior'BclI; messenger
to house. Theodore Gladding.
Must Carry Lights
sary tuat an ticycie riuers.carrj
In the future it will be neces
. . . -. . . i i-
a lignl wnen nuing aner un&,
if they would avert arrest. Chief
of Police Moffltt. . In speaking
jeMerday of the urgency of this
need, called attention to the tact
that the. city has a law requiring
the bicycle to have a- headlight
just aw much as an automobile
or motorcycle. Several accidents
have occurred recently in which
persons have been- thrown from
tbelr wheels in automobile col
lisions. In fcome cases the fault
of the accident rested with the bi
cycle rider. Mr. Moffltt raid the
law would be enforced not only
for the protection of .the bicycle
riders but also In justice to the
drivers of automobiles.
Jewelry For January"
Tor fcr wU. ia IfcU swat Is
N. trmt m Garnet ibooM
The will inr htr fna'Unry,
Trae friradkhip ao4 tulclilj."
The Garnet is found in
many parts of the world.
Xhe best American gar
nets are found in Colora
flo, New Mexico and Ari-'
una, and are as fine as.
those found in other '
countries. These garnets
are blood-red, alraondine,
yellow and other colors.
Our stocks offer marry
selections in jrarnet-et
jewelry for January
- Wild Rose is the Janu
ary birth flower.
P0MER0Y & KEENE
Jewelers and Opticians
Liberty and State Streets
"My!" exclaimed Mr. Klumsaylf
at the school dance, "this floor s
awfully slippery- "s hard to
keep on your feet."
"Oh." replied the fair partner
sarcastically, "then you were
really trying to kep on my feet?
I thought It was purely accident
HED PEPPER HEAT,
Concentrated llpnt Penetrates
lUght I km to Tain Spot
Brings Ease at Oocev
2.000 .f tfc fnttUtt flrU la
U atta4 ta Opcaiaf f
at Ua Orecoa Taatta ;
WALUk.cz arm. tapt.
Rheumatism, lumbago, neuritis,
backache, stirf neck, sore musc
les, strains, aching Joiats. When
you are suffering so yoa can
hardlv cet around, lutt try "Red
Pepper Rub." and you will have
the quickest relief known.
Nothing. has such concentrated,
prnctratlng heat as red peppers.
Instant relief. Just as soon as
301 apply Red Pepper Rub you
ieel the tingling heat. In three
n;intile5 It warms the sore spot
trougU and through. Frees the
Wood circulation, breaks up the
conireftion and pain Is gone.
Howies Red Tepper. Rnb. made
1 from red pep peri., . costs little at
any drug store. Get & Jar at
once. Almost Instant relief awaits
you. I'se it for colds in chest.
Xo matter what, yon have nsea
for pain r congestion, don't fail
to try Red Pepper Rnb.
will be a biz year for
4 nff lM
I am prepared with a biz slock
MAX 0: BUREN
179 No. Commercial SU -
and Carl Lorengau were elected fj kindness and courtesies to all
to decide upon what couia "1 those who touch, your life each
It is thought tnai a i?n- j day
alii i nrcuiaieu huu
lot should be placed In the hands brought before the county court.
)Ko nom.lo Thi is 9 vital I.' ,. 1
vv ""v - - l
question which the people should IT'S t.(K)l Foil t IIIIJUJ.-
- - Mrs. C. E. Schwab. lOOi 11th
i i 8U Canton. Ohio, writes: "VVe
Adopt and maintain a sitnpl.',
child-like attitude of ronHdi-nce
and trust in Utd as your own
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Tor Tint Jewelry .
Jewelen and Opticians
Do you take
- If not. wny not?
No other Dams or
can produce the Permanent re
lief to tne pereuu
from disagreeable com
ments of the flesh or body like
the Turkish, Baths wllL
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
OREGON BATH HOUSE Bungalow Orchestra
Ooen 8 a. m. until p. I I
Dance every Wednesday
to handle rich, miia-na-
vored Red ' Rock Cottage
Cheese. On the Portland
market for ( ten years. Ad
vertised continuously in
Oregonian and Journal.
This should interest a
butcher or a
particulars address.5 RED
ROCK DAIRY,S Hillsdale,
St., Canton, onio. writes: "
uee Foley's Honey aim iar iu.
coughs and rind it one of the
test remedies on the market, es
pecially good for children'
coughs, as it does not contain any
drug that is harmrul." Serious
sickness oiten follows lingering
colds. Hard coughing racks a
child's body and disturbs strength
giving sleep, and the poisons
weaken the system so that dis
ease eannot be warded ofr. Take
Foley's in time. Sold every
Duties of Chaplain Are
Added to Mercer's Work
My the adoption of a senate
resolution Introduced by Moser
yjstcrday. the title of Col. V. G.
I). Mercer, sergeant-at-arms ol
the senate, is changed to "sergeant-at-arms
and -chaplain." Col
onel Mercer's duties, in addition
to those of his regular office, will
b to open the senate sessions
RUB LUMBAGO OR
NO ONE EVER GOT POORER BY
ID 3'ou ever hear of a person fail
ing to Drosper BECAUSE he
saved? Yet, untold numbers become
poverty-stricken because they specu
lated. The United States National advocates
safe and sane investment, but not "wild
catting." Whenever you're not sure of
the difference well be glad to explain it.
Keep your money and it
will keep you
SILVEUTON. Or.. Jan.
Takes the place ol
clota at about One-third
MAX 0. BUREN
17 I N. Commercial St. I
167 North Commercial St.
At the Electric Sign "SHOES"
Will Tinr a
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
Th Store of HOUSEWARES
;' What Hare You?
We bay. tell and exchange,
now and second-band furni
ture, stoves, range, rugs,
tools, etc We will bar yoa
COI TV. P. WIIIMIIT
Ml N. Com'l St, Salem. Or.
Mat your sales wltb vi
1 People' Furniture
Klght Thone 104T TboneTI
Walnuts and White
Beans . , -
We consider' each
trust a sacred ob
f ill our duties in
an able, dignified
manner. Our rec
ord for fair deal
Ing Is well
in everything is
the motto of this
a . .
j'c. :t ia Tho tatpsman. I No
Uace has yet been round of U.
Vick.trom, who disappeared early
Saturday morning from his home
on Coolidge street. Mr. and Mrs.
VIckstrom and three daughters
came to Silverton about a year
ago. Since then Mr. Vickstrom
, hu.n stitfprinz Irom inflama-
tory rheumatism and it is be
lieved that his mind had beconu
affected. Tnder the leadership
or Mayor Kastman ana uooeri
Mount an efticient tearch has
been made, but nothing has so tar
ifen lfarnHl as to Mr. Vick
pain from back witli. ma!l
" trial IxXtW f oll
St. Jacol Oil."
United Slates Rilloi
ill' ; II!
The person whose eyes
become tired after they
have been used f or a
short time, should have
the cause of the trouble
investigated by profes
sional men who know.
We arein a position to
offer our services as op
tical specialists to those
who really care to see
that their eyes have the
Henry E. Morris & Co.
Ul---I liank of Commerce
Silverton Man Ships
I Sheep to California
, Sll.VKKTON. Or... Jan. 10.
(Srecial to The Statesman. I r.
V. Decker shipped two car loads
of sheep from the local yards and
two from Scio to San Fraiiei.-o
Tuesday. The cars contained
about 1000 sheep. Whereas, the
Oregon. sheep market has suffered
considerably, the Caliloruia mar
ket has remained normal.
Mr. Decker- left this morning
lor 3an Francisco and will fx
there when the shipment arrives.
Vlin vnnr hark in HOt and
lamp or lumbaao. sciatica or rheu-
matism has stiffened yon up.
don't stirrer! Cet a small trial
hottte.. ot old. honest 't. Jacobs
Oil" at any drug store, pour a
little on your haDd and sub it
right on your aching back, and
by thj time yon count nrty. the
soreness and lameness ts gone.
Don't stay rrippled! TU'
Foolhinr. penetrating oil nerds to
be used only once. It taKis n
nalu rizh out and vnds the mis
orv. It is magical, yet absolutely
harmless and doesn t mirn in'
skin. N'nthinE else -tops lumbago
silatica. larkache or rheumatism
o promptly. It never disappoints
Senator Strayer Votes .
for Tariff Memorial
Senator Strayer. Dmmt:i. r
Ttaker county, joined with the 2!
i.lher senators jestcrday' af.tT-
mon in racing unanimously Sen
ator Dennl Joint memorial to
congress urging the national body
itf pass Inimediately the Fordney
..tKrirnrv tarilf bill. The reso-4
lution also urges early actlan ou
le general tarl wcasttrc.
u. i r .
! mtP 1-))
Curwor I I
EVERY MUSSED BLOUSE
ti. o:irrinI over from our Fall
...,.. . -
.l.i ;.. Aim tifat flearaiwe nair: rou;
r I V4 I ' - - -
f tli est
blouses are stiK!itly soiled or wrinkled from ctcaHional
.i;c.i.-i TIih vahii- arc verv irrcat and we arc tjuot-
in.' one price on tvery. blouse that is t ertam of appealing
to Sakni women. .
Your Choice at $635
SHOP EARLY FOR THESE
Par As You Co.' Take an Interest iu Your Uauk Account
It vi ui urow.
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