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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SAfcKM. OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1921
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PRIZES1st,$5.00; 2d, $2.00; $3d,
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ll SJiVfJn itfiSia?J?nd drawine a,10 fro,n each dot to
OTfwturday ' Pag6 marked wilh
HULL'S TOR SHOP
311 . Coauaercial St. ' Pkona tot
House, needs painting? -Eyes;
Auto needs flxlnsT
Makes you feel bine.
8o hotyon want something
Td quench your thirst? (
Whatever your troubles
Try Salem first
SAtEM MACHINE &
Cyfrndet Grinding, Crank Shaft Turn
ing;' Welding-,' Treetor Work, ete.
'om' rutoa B!n; an ahe
ss Terry .St.-. " ' le 493
' Jr! AUTCS AND TRUCKS
Bmiterie, Garage. Electrical, Painting, Repairs, Retreading. Tire,
r Tops. ValcAnizIog. Etc
TIMS -S ilVerto wna, B ran wick. Flak
pli, Oil! Piatoa Binga.'
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GREAT; WESTERN GARAGE
iimif flvWOKTTO OOTTST HQTTSB
crvrniT, auto JtcrAiBiJiA aotomottvk supplies, acettmcxe
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' f B. C. J ARM AN
Hlgb Gradt Auto Painting
" 158 South 12th Street
a. v. t batteht k. rzxcTKicAL
Jlf.WOBMtj? f'- .
ii Pim srbpI
moms 110$ 1 " 4U Court St
-Oar ro4 work la too only cneap
w.rk. i gaara stock t Try Gear
Ufa graa. .
fAUT0 REPAIR SHOP
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Pnull Cat eptetaUal Aie Aeeoworlot
PkeaaaV Day 80: Klhl 1S88W.
tl4S Caator Sb'dMt Bod of Brld.)
PAINTED aad ITLXISttED
I - J-ANIBAi;
0M M " " ' ' 110 Kill Street
iI XXiXi)Avil i wo xeara
rUoaat rntrtDWe of two yeert backed
r err Pnitad.lpkla aerrica atatioB
Jim tka tjv 8. Thie U yoor Ioktmc
if eomiant dependable aerrica and
jproo! of our faitk It Oar product. We
lao fai and techyrre aar makoof
.ttr mad a.
S Salem Paaao 413
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j CEERRY CITi:
I (OolwtQ Bros.)
f Wkem? moodlag the acrrlcea of firet-
h . '170 Sotttt 12tS Stmt '
. " yak XAZ TO ORDER
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".'f BETTE'RiTET BT.EAD '
1 lytp-MADH CAHpiS .
1097 Caoaeketa Strata. , i PkoM 844
snd Cherry-Blossoms are
bloomhm. fine, drtaa. Order
by, the end. savev money
fiTAI? BOTTLIXO TORK8 '
647 Mark St. Plion '142&
:; SALEiC, brnXJON :-,-
REWARD$10.00 EACH WEEK
the advertisements and the
YOU ABE INVITED
To rlilt ear ntore mad aee the many
beautiful Art Fictnrre om diaplay.
465 Court St.
Tli. FAOKOL TRACTOR five ore
traction with ipower and durability.
Th. FAUHOL. Compound 7ped
Tranamiioa Truck. sire 3d per feat
nor. truck apeed .ad UI per cent
more pulling power than other.
-TAXJEOL TK7CX ft TRACTOR CO.
186 S. Hi.h St.
Phone . 90S
MISS LUCILE BARTON
Voice, Piano, Harmony
147 . Commercial St. Phone ISIS
looldonco Studio Fiona 694.,
Siromherg Carbaretor. Ignition Bnp-
lV DEGGE &,
CSS X. Blgk StoMt
Pkona 203. i .
Others Bare Tire
WHI KOT YOUT
By laTtlrtlBf enr
X.'J mmawrm aieiBa. riirv-
8alem Tire . Vnlcanlring, Co.
Pou 42t ! 154 Comstrtlal 8k
171. 8. C.ai'l St.
F. W. BUSS
2SS Coamarelal Stroet
(Over Marloa Oarase) Pkono 862
ACTO IG5ITION, STAKTTXG
A. 0. SCHUMACHER
Asto Coctzlcal Sxport
SSI V. HUb Street
Piano a, Pkoaocrapoa.
,121 S. CoauBerclal
.' Pioao 1652.
Order Your Ad, In This
It's the llveat adTertlsIng op
"Good. Wood Work" (
, Baildinr Rppaii
' Fmrmitnre Eepairlnf
Saw Fit ing. Ete.
1 POTTER BROS.
1879 Stmta Street
Molr-v gldC TOPS
$1.50; 4th, $1.00; 5th, 50c
map of Salem's Business District on this
me itmowing p nones are located, by plac-
the advertisement where phone number
your answer to The Statesman office on
Baked by Electricity
170 Nortk Commercial St. Pkona 247
IS AS GOOD
IT ALWAYS WAS
SALEM BAKING CO.
Pkona 954 439 Court Street
ARE YOU WELL?
II mot, mora is healtk for thOi ssff oror. mento or caroala.
. DR. 0. L SCOTT
P. S. O. Oriduate Clan 1911. Ono Of tko large it and beat equipped Chiro
practic Office on the Pacifie Coaat. Hoora 10 to 12 AJ&. 2 to 0 P.M.
Boom 309-10-11-12 V. 8, Kational Bank Building-. Phono 87
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CARPENTER AND REPAIR
IF IT IS WOOD
We Blake and Repair It
W. A. Boddy, Ugr.
2S9 Coart Street.
L M. HUM
TICK SO T05Q
Chiaese Hedieiae mad Tea Co.. haa
aaedieine which will care any known
diaeata. Open Sundays from 10 am.
until 8 p.m.
183 Booth High Street, galea, Oregon
CIDER AND VINEGAR
Tom'n Idxo Omr
Apple Cider and Vinegar
Q00DVES3 and PTTSITT
Commercial Cider Works
A. ' P. Beardaley. Prop.
Paona 394 1010 Commercial St.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
SWISS DTE WORKS
S44 State Oppotiu Co art TJoaae
Phono 185 for Prompt Call
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ass . j;,
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Q We hftTe pare Jer
sey - cream frrsh
each day, for whip
ping and table use.
137 S. Commercial ft
CITS , CO-OPE&AXIVB CmXAMXXT
la made with the very belt flour, pure
lard and plenty of milk.
By expert bakera in our light, well
ventilated and aerupulouily clean
Ilake-Rlte Haalfary Bakery
Phone 268 457 State St.
DR. ALF SWENNES
204-205 Gray Building- '
Oyt-r Ilartin.n Brua.' Jewelry. Store
Phone 1500. noun: 9 A.V. 5 P.M.
WE WANT TO SEE TOD
AGAIN AND AGAIN
So we maintain our .tore on a plana
of .errire that nowhere else will yoa
find more CARKFrXLY PREPARKD
ARTICLES and SUNDRIES.
BREWER DRUG CO.
Phone 184. Court mad Liberty Sta.
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444 State Street
CHAS. E. TATRO
Foot Correctional Specialist
Maker of Tatro' Pamon Feather
weight Arch Support from Indiridaal
Imprtiiiont. Scientific Treatment for
all Derangement ot tba Feet.
404 Maaonle Balldlns
WEBB & CL0UGH CO.
rnneraia for Loaa
Pkona 120, Conrt St. at EUa
FUEL AND TRANSFER
EMPEY TRANSFER &
254 S. Liberty Phone 998
Night Phones 679J 1778J
Tom Are Bare to Get
LEB0LD & CO.
Tour eontiaoed patronage aad good
will i oar firat consideration.
New Cnetomera will find tola m good
place to trade.
Phvaea 649 aad S58
1244 Eaat Staao Stroet.
AWARDS will be made for accuracy and neatness. If your wrtse of lo
cation is highly developed, chances are that you will win.
CONTEST OPEN TO ALL YOUNG AND OL
ihone lifiS Phone 203 Phone 1659 Phone 737
Phone 17B.T Phone 180.3 Phone 39 1 Phone 7
Phone 217 Phone 296 Phone 176 Phone 1588
NATUROPATHY is THE Drugless WAY to get WELL. Naturo
pathy teaches you how to keep well. If you are sick, consult a
Naturopath. Do It Now.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER
Phone 110 210 U. S. National Bank Bulldlni
HARNESS AND LEATHER
Izrs Kvcrytlilng We
Sell - Harness,
jJJGloves, Auto Itobes.
P. E. S H A P E It
! (Etablihed 1H01)
Phone 411 170 S. Commercial St.
337 State Street
DOXT WASTE YOUR TIME
See Ua. We mlwaya pay the MARKET
PRICE for everything of value.
Looking for BARGAIN 7
AJao aoo me.
215 Center Street. Phono 398
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648 BUta St., Oppofite Court Hosaa
Liberty Machine Shop
'b. m. khiohtukqeb
Manager and Machlairt
Repair on Anto, Marine and Threch
ing Kogiaea and all Farm Machinery
Work dona on shortest notice at low
178 Sonta liberty Street.
On'irinatora of LOW
Kot ia tko Coaabiao.
3S1 State Straat
Cash Is King
More Meat of Better Quality for
Our Coupon Book Bare 6 on
Your Meat Bill.
1S5 North Liberty Street.
if a Enjoy Tonr Meal
L By Marketing
Prvah, CTeim. Wkoleaome Meat
JS85 Stmta St. Phono 1S20
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High Grade Stock
Suporior Quality Reasonable
SALEM NURSERY CO.
4SS Oregon Bids.
We have taken oer Dr. Albert R.
Millrr'e Kalem optical buaiaeaa and
will be glad to meet kia friend and
MORRIS OPTICA!, CO.
Eyeaight Spedalieu Phone 239
204.211 Salem Bk. of Commerce Bid.
W. H. GRABENH0RST
& C O.
Farms and Fruit Land
Small Tract mad Investments
275 Suto Street. ;
L A. HAYFORD
Real. Estate and
S05 Stita Street
415 Suto Street 114 liberty Street
847 State Street
Wh oar eerrieem are required wo
undertake to trrre with pompt and
Phono 724 770 ChanakaU Straat
DR. A. R. ANDREWS
198 8oU Xdborty Straol
Call aawerd at all hoars,
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The solutions or the Salm Hus
lnes Chart page rt'Celvfd trw?
wm-k wero not quite bo clever s
tliosf received heretofore, but i'o
of them are quite oriRlnal an4
uccurate and are deserving of de
tailed descriptions as well as the
orlzes which have been awarciu
The winners are as follows: ;
First prize, $5, hester Alh'n
North Winter street.
Socond prize, $2, Helen Krugor,
Third prize, $1.50, Mrs. Jostph
Barber. P. O. box 1C6. saiem. .
Fourth prize. $1, A. C. Mltch-
tAI Qltt Pino Btroor.
Fifth prize, 50c, Dorothy Mars-
ters 14ir Court street.
Cheater Allen, winner of the
n rut nrf7. Vina nttnchprl n "Hftrn
of Plenty" to each of the 12 ad
vertisements involved in the con-
toat onH frnm the nner of the libra
uv m - r
a line is projected to the adver
tiser's location on the chart ; ot
alfm'a hnxiness section. This
solution is not only accurate
Imt original and neat as well.
Th winner of the second
award, Helen Kruger, has floated
an airplane over the chart of the
rirv The flirnlane is held in
i)lac bv euy threads extending
1 1 U lil ' ' . r
htr to the aimlane and thence to
the advertiser's location on Ui
city chart. On each wing of to
airplane are the words "The Ore
eon Statesman". This solution
shows ingennity and accuracy. s
The winners of the third, fourth
unH fifth TirireR have exhibitSd
care in the accuracy of their So
lutions but have not snow a sui
ficient degree of originality to en-
title their solutions . 10 aeiaueu
We trust that next week will
bring us many clever solutions
The prizes are worth the- effort-
Mandamus Issued" by Sup
reme Court in Portland
The supreme court esterdiy
issued an alternate writ of man
damus In the friendly action of
the state ex rel J. C. Bayer, trus
tee, plaintiff, against George R.
Punk, auditor of the city of Port
land, the mandamus reauiriris'
Funk to' appear May 28 and show
cjuse why he should not draw a
warrant on the city treasurer for
payment of $36,702.84 to Bayer,
as trustee of the Portland audi
torium to nay for comDletlon af
The contract orielnallv was let
to Hans Pederson, but the con
tract was abandoned before com
pletion of the building. The
building was finally comnletod-
and a committee was named by
the city council to fix a Daymeat
price. The committee's renort
named a fieure far in exrexti of
the contract price. There was con
troversy and a com promise was
reached at S76.702.84. The cliv
auditor has refused to draw the
warrant and' the action is brought
to compel him to do an. Th a
was taken to court to legalize the
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Handed down hv lha nnnt-r I
itertha K. whltn v n n ivi.i.
or vwmi We
appellant: aDDeal from r.inn
--.w. evmaa wj
ty; appeal from decree of divorce
upmion by Justice Brown. Judge
trciKf .. jveny anirmed.
in me matter of the estate of
rreaencK Anderson, deceased, Q.
ueuoiia, claimant and respon
aeni. vs Charles Anderson, ad
ministrator and appellant; appeal
from Clatsop county; controversy
over contract. Opinion by Justice
Harris. Judge J. A. Eakin af-
XI nni -
-". uumas j. Mansker yg
City OI AStOria. et nl annolloni.
appeal from Clatsop county; ap
peal from decree invalidating
charge made by cemetery commia-
oiuu sinsi ounai lot; opinion by
t. ... "rFia- Judge J. A. Ea-
Oregon-Washington Railroad &
navigation company vs Cascade
vuu,lf" company, appellant; ap-
uvin ' Ainitnomah county
8ut for money; opinion by Chief
"ttrneu. Judge R. D. R
Parker affirmed. .
Minnie A. Mearln w. A rv,n- it
Churchill, annellant- inn.,i '
Multnomah county; suit to reciver
muuejr . upisios hy Justice Johns
Judge Robert G. Morrow affirmri
Petitions for rhmirin. a i.'
in Hamilton vs Hamilton; Salquist
. - --o-.. . ..d jieuei association
UkUClu vregon company vs
f r-.t Is n jMt
-.v,v.wu iu uiacuss in Acton VB
... uy. i iruii ueuia.
The young folks of Cloverdale
Kavo a basket social o....
, - . v i z .a l ll I
aay evening, the Droceeria to CPA
tu luo iiHHf nn 1 1 rAtiT. nru
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Too Much Married V ei
main feature on thA nmirrtrr,
.... t . r eia nil il
was immensplv oninvo.i i... .1
uicui-e. v. tt Wrifhr onl.l
baskets, the Droceeda frnm ,iu
amounted to $37.20.
C Pickett unpnf Snn-t..,. u .
the home of Y j. Hdlev
Miss Brown nnl t.i.
ralK. teachers near oninnk
P?nt the week end hora with
Mrs. J. cralg.
Miss Carol in a rim Cray rt ry '
land spent the wppV hara u,t,
mother. Mrs. Caroline Drager.
irs. anna Kunke and Mrs. Mi
llet were ,n Salem Saturday. ;
The W. C. T. IT. trior last tv,il
nesday with Mrs. W. J. Hadiv
and quilted one quilt. Owing to
i imiaaaaraaa a W hJ ksl U
Boys and Girls of State To
Compete for Tempting ;
Awards at Fair
CASE TOTAL IS $2,000
Highest Honors Will be Free
Summer Course at Agri- ,
cultural College -
Js A. Churchill, state superln
tendent of schools, has made pohj
lie ihe premium list owlnrW
miunis that will le awarded in ia
dustrial contests Tor Oregon b-rtn
and, girls at the state fair in Opd-"
tember. The contept. are mah:
tained villi tre co.operatbn .-If
Oregon Arieulturat college --ha
federal department of agriculture
and. the state department of eds,
Cash prizes are furnished by tl
state fair board. 12000 being an!
propriated for the purpose. Thm.
first prizes in the club wnwera
cojttests, trips to Oregon Aww '
tural college for a two weeka
course in the summer of 1S22 Z
provided for by business men and"
vojiiea c( Portlund and by, t ho'
ttate livestock associations. '
Bminl Appropvbifn Expeiwet
As 'iual the elate fair boirl
has np.O'opriated 8uM;cient money .
to COver t he expenses of a boyi'
and; girls! clnb camp for. ar least
three d iys at the state fair." The
carrip is to be composed, of. the
two boys and the two girls frora'
acn county who have scored the
greatest number of points In sry
one club project in their, county
Each county shall provide tor
the transportation ot these: boys '
and girls to and from th fi. .'
Salem. The sUte fair ho.ri
provide dormitorw an mMt.', v4
It will be necessary for each boy
and. girl to bring bedding. . .
n - amrTisor AamedU ?
Responsible nersona wrtit k-
pointed to act as supervisors of!
the earno. and th hnn -4.i.
will; be under their immi.).
charge from the time they arrirt
at the fair grounds nntii h
board the trains for tkatP w..'
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Each boy and ; girl, before, becom- i
lngf member of the fair cluh "
camp, must agree to submit ta' -the
discipline, rules and rpnt 7.
tlons. prepared by the state lair
board for the management of the
club' camp. -Each boy and girt
must present credentials 'signed
by the county school, superintea-. '
aent or. nis or ner county apdrby
the county club leader. - ' V
-4enty ConteaU ScbedaJed ;
Rules rovarnln. d(kii. .u
printed In the premium list There,1
will be 20 contests, as followsf -
Com KrOWinr. nnlntA nnul.r
vegetable gardenlne. nonltrt
raising, pork proddctlon, sheep
raising, calf raising, dairy hard
record keeping, canning, horns
making, sewing, cookery, rabbit
raising, rural horns beantiricatios,
milk, goats, canning contest, llve
Stock ludeine contest, rnnkl. nh
exhibits, special poultry nrize. "
most : artistic booth. . '
sickness and late spring work only
iew were Dresont . r
ar - - w. t .
Mrs. F. A. Wood nnnt SnnA.T
with her sister. Mrs. Comatnrk in
TOO Mfc-CII FOR, A COW
WThen Roosevelt was governor
of New York he knew quite well a (
farmer Who WveA at a knnu nn '
the toad where the governor, rid
ing horseback, would always stop
for a rest.
One day when the governor
rode hp the farmer was reading I
New York paper. "Governor,- ha
asked, "aren't these New York ps- .
perscpretty tall liars?"
"Why what makes yoa think
"Well, here's a story I was Jatt
a-readln' of a man who paid flfr
OOQ tor a picture of a cow. I doat
believe it." s ' -
" "Why not?" asked TU v,
"Because," said the farmer, 1 ;
don't believe there's any maa i
NewjYork would pay $14,900 for
anything he couldn't milk.".
Wheii MixtHl With finlphnr.
Hrin WmX. lu eBantiful
LtiMtre At Once
Gray hair, however handsome.
denotes advancing age, We all'
know the advantages of a youthful
aDDoiran-n Ymir hair ia T3Bt
charm. It makes or mars the face.'
When, it fades, turns gray.. and-
looks; st t faked, Just a few appli-;
cations of Saise T?a nd SulphulV
enliaiices its appearance a hua
drpdroid. - ;
Don't stay gray! Look youngr
Either D-c-Dare the reciDe at home.
or fcei-from any drug store a bot
tle of"Vyoth's Sage and Sulphnr
Coniptim(:." which Is merely, tse,
old-time recipe Improved by IS
addition of other ingredient. ,
Thousands of folks reconunent
thlo wir .1 . . ... ...... n.nnn .nlll1 hS
caute it darkens the hair beaut-.
f .. 1 1 .. . 1 , i nnaalhlV.
tell, us it darkens so naturally and?
tvenl You moisten a sponge of,
oft Brash wilh It. drawlna this,
through the hair, takine one small-
ctrami at a time. By morning tM.
gray hair disappears; after
other application or two its natn
ml tf.iier la vn., 4 a nrl It be
comes thick, glossy and lustrous,,
and you appear years youngey.-