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Tl IE. OREGON STATESMAN, SAtEM, OREGON
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DIVISION ENGINEER REPORTS
ON EASTERN OREGON HI8HWS IsSS-S
lie hospital? Mr. Nlenveycr also
ttates the Catholic hot pit a Is are:
self-sunportinK after the ltKtlal
cBt of construction. Why thn
St. Vincent's hospital of Por.-
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J. II. Scott, division engineer of routes by way of Durrur and Mau
the state highway department tor ! pin. or by way of Wasco, are Kood
The Dalles division, has submitted j to Madras. Most of road dragged
to the offices of the department a o: hladed.
detailed summary of road cond;- ; Madras to Culver Ixtose erush
tiona In his division. On the poor rrk: r. oni to travel at side? on
roada Mr. Scott reports that the; dirt road.
counties generally have Maded , Culver to Terrebonne Fine
and 'dragged the greater part of j condition.
the 'roads. ' Terrebonne to Ilend New graV-
The summary follows: I el still a little son, but fair trav.
Columbia Itivcr HIkIi way jelling.
Portland to Hood Hirer I Bend to Crescent In good con
Hood Itlvcr to M osier Abont j John ly Itivor Highway
May 23 traffic will have to detour) Arlington to Condon Road's re-
by way of Tacke'r Bridge at :etly dragced.
Hood River on account of pav
ing at east end of Hood River
Bridge. After that detour accord
ing to Mums left from bridge to
Standard Oil plant, then to right
across tracks. Pass at all hours
for two weeks yet.
Mosler to The Dalles Road
being gravelled; difficult to pass
, trucks in soft gravel. Road over
Seven Mile hill in fair shape. Ad.
vise travel over Seven Mile hill.
The Dalles to Deschutes River
New road being Travelled. One
tunnel and one bridge end not
completed. Travel usual road over
hill, which Is in fair condition
Bridge over Deschutes River open,
Deschutes Ttiver to Heppner
Junction Road Is good conditior
except 4 1-2 miles not yet rocked
fast of John Day bridge." Thi
Boctlon passable, but sandy antf
The DallcM.CtIfornl Highway
'(To Central Oregon)
'The Dalles to Madras Both
fry vpr? A'o thp one in v icii-r-ia,
B. C? I am told on good a'i
Wionty that s'.ich is the i-jse.
I would also like to ask Mr. N '
meyer just what he ineaus reard
'nj the poor of Salm receiving
treatment 'Tree." lie insinuates
tirs Is not done in private or
municipal hospital I)o"s he knov,
the records of what th-- Salem
iKipitai his (1 rio in the fa;;t, and
what are the real records of tath
olic hospitals in this regard? i
Mr. N emeyer ev?n goes an 'ar
as to drag the Chlnene r-ituation
into the argument. While I was
at the head of the Chin"e-.Nrar
r.ast Kelit-t work in Salem. I saw j
no receipt ol Mr. Nlemeyor's con-;
tribution to ihis very worthy ,
cause, nor did thos who went so- I
licitiiiR re;ort any people really
starving to death in Salem,
j Mr. .Vemeyer statec in his 1'-j
1 ter that he is a Protestant." This,
Condon to Fossil New section I
in Thirty Mile Canyon not yet j
open for travel, take old road. I
Balancc of road fair.
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r i 10 mine ummu , Btatement was unnecessary; his
nder macadam contract; good , ,t.liel ,or Uf,eif. ve have
travelling. I manv "so-calleM Proteslant.i in
to Tilly" (mouth our m:dst. sorrv to sav.
hi oman Karons
. Drama of
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lull II 1 r f I '
II wr I i
of Sarvfce Creek) Very rough.
Mud holes are dried up but not
Tilley's to North Fork Junction
New highway open and in fair
roindition through Spray to North
North Fork Junction to Day
ville -New route cannot be trav
elled en account of bridges still
'etng under construction. Detour
'rem Fo?sil by way of Twicken
aim or Tilley's and Donnelly
'rade to Mitchell and Dayville. or
V way or Spray and Monument to
Dayvi!1e to John Day -- Road
dry; parts rough, perts newly
John Dav to Prairie City In
rralrU City to Baker Road
over Dixie Mounta'n to Baker and
by way of Crane Gap to Vale still
blocked with snow.
'Sisters to Mitchell and Dayville)
McKenzie Tass not yet clear of
Sisters to Redmond Good con.
Redmond to Prinevllle Under
jraveiling contract. Some sections
of gravel still loose. Alternate or
lefcour road can be used.
Prinevllle to Forest Boundary
Under grading contract; short de-
Forest Boundary to Summit
Summit to Mitchell - Nat yet
passable for car.
Mitchell to Dayville Fair con
Bond to Bums
Road In fair condition.
"IT Ti::3 OUT IT IS WORTH
Cut out thlg slip, enclose with
c and mail it to Foley & Co
825 Sheffield Ave., Chicago. III.,
writing your name and address
learly. Ton will receive In re
urn a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Ttar Compound
'or coughs, colda and croup; Fol
ey's Kidney Plllt for pains in
ildes and back; rheumatism,
backache, kidney and bladder
illraents; and Folejr'a Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thor
mghly cleansing cathartic for
obstipation, biliousness, head
iches, and sluggish bowels. SoM
("oncoming the Hospital
I was very much inter-sted in
the letter written by Charles V.
Nlemeyer on May IK regarding
the construction of a hospital in
Salem. Mr. Nlemeyer makes some
very Interesting statements in his
letter and some which I don't Hc
to ree go by without at least, -i
challenge. He starts his letter by
asking if it would not be "infinite
ly better for everyone concerned
to consider the advisability of ?n
vit ng ihe cooperation of the
However, in closing he inti
mates or rather says it would b
better to let the Catholics build
Why should a Protestant com
munity like Salem have a Catho-
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THE MODERN ATTITUDE
WE-DONT CARE FOR 'SPENSE
Cp remarked the tiny maid, reflecting
M her, elders' attitude. And when you
purcnase a worthwhile thing like
nome, that's all right.
-But when you frivol money away, with
nothing to show for it, it's all wrong.
Why not deposit any surplus over ex
penses and legitimate pleasure in a Unit
cd States National Bank account?
However we are very glad to
find out just wher; Mr. Xiemcyer
stands on this question, and we
are also very glad that the Salem
hospital is not to 1)2 thwarted,
but will b built and that con
struction will start almost immed
iately. Ar I write this letter I
voice the opinions of a body oi
more than 60 influential men in
the community. In closing I
wish to add that it would be in
teresting to know who the "medi
cal prol'Phsicn of Salem, with
about three exceptions who would
be willing to double their sub
scriptions for a Catholic hospital"
. V. P. WALTER.
Salem, Or-?., May 20, 1921.
Veniremen to Serve at June
Term of Court Made
The jury list for the June term
of the circuit court was drawn
Thursday by County Clerk U. G.
Boyer, and Sheriff O. D. Bower.
The list contains the names of 31
taxpayers who will be required to
report for duty June 6. Court
will be called in department No. )
and will convene at 10 o'clock a.
The names drawn with address
es and occupation of each, are giv
Ralph Gilbert, farmer, Chema
wa; J. F. Mollencopp. carpenter,
Salem. No. 3; N. L. Gamble, weav
er, Salem No. 6; Nick S?rres, Mc
Kee farmer, McKee; Frank Hru
betz, farmer, Liberty; E. B. Pat
ton, farmer, Macleay; W. H. Bow
ers farmer, South Silverton; H
P. Chase, merchant, Salm No. 1:
C. M. Roberts, merchant, Salem
No. 8; Franklin B. Alford. farm
er, Enelewood; Thos. Skalfe. re
tired. East Silverton: Walter Roy.
farmer. Sidney: H. II. Vandevort.
stockman. Salem No. JO: J. E.
Whitehead, farmer. Turner; Har
ry W. Porter, farmer, Aumsville:
Robert E. France, farmer. East
Hubbard; William Siegmund.
blacksmith, Salem No. 6: Al. L..
Fraser, plumber, Salem No. 4;
Ernest W. Peterson, farmer.
Shaw; Georg- R. Claxton. farmer,
Shaw; Giles E. Thomas, farmer,
Stayton: AUie Will, merchant, Au
rora; drover Giesy. warehouse
man, Aurora; Karl Stelwer. rarm
er. Jefferson: Henry Iehtnan.
clrk. West Woodburn; Leroy
hKen. farmer. West Mt. Angel
Martin Umbach. farmer. West
Mt. Angel; O. A. Ioc. farmer
North Silverton: Frank Bell
farmer. Sublimity: Fred F
Prince. Salem fruit rrower. Sa
lem; W Desart, farmer, Central
imOMIIAL TltOUlHiE CAUSED
No medicine haB a better repu
tation than Foley's Honey and. Tar
for quickly relieving coughs, colds
and Croup. It loosens the phlegm
and mucus, clears the passages,
eases hoarseness, stops tickling
throat. John G. Hekkinr. 13s
Burgess Place. Passaic, N. J..
writes: "I was suffering from an
acute case of bronch'al trouble
which gave me considerable un
ixety. Foley's Honey and Ttar de
serves all the credit for mv being
well now." Sold everywhere.
William Jennings Bryan was
talking at Miami about the Re
publican victory. "The Republi
cans." be said, "promised us a
new heaven and a new earth if
we elected them, and now they've
got to make good. It will be a
'As' they face their task, how
they must envy the Seneca medi
cine man. Black Magic.
"Black Magic, you know, owed
his repute to his power to walk
on water. Once a year he gather
ed the members of the Seneca
tribe about him to witness the
performing of the miracle. The
people would gather by the thou
sands and after waiting patiently
for several hours. Black Magic
would appear in all the splendor
of his medicine man wardrobe.
"Brothers." he would shout,
standing by the shore, "you have
gathered together here to sc me
walk on water. Do you all be
lieve that I can accomplish this
"We do! We do!" the tribe
j would sing out heartily.
I men. nrotners, tnere is no
! need for me to do it." and Black
Magic would stalk back to his
K. W r ... XI
Saturday and Monday
Only -'-V :
Special Surprise Savings in Every jD
of This Big Store
Surprising Values in
Our Shoe Department
$H.(H) Ladies' Hluclier Kid Oxfords, Saturday
$3.50 Men's Peters Work Shoes, Saturday
Speeial at 2.75
Values to $.8. men's black and brown Dress
$1.50 Men's black Tennis shoes, Saturday
$3.50 Ladies' White Oxfords, Sat. special 1.98
$3 75 Ladies' Sport white and black Oxfords
$7.50 Ladies' black Kid Oxfords auxl Pumps,
Special at 3.98
At Money Saving Prices
$1.75, Men's heavy weight Overalls; Sat
urday speeial $ .95
$1.15 Heavy Work Shirts; Saturday spec
$1.G0 Men's Balbriggan Union Suits; Sat
urday special 85
$2.50 Men's Heavy Cotton Pants; Saturday
Special at 98
$9.50 Men's All Wool Serge Trousers; Sat
urday special .... 3.98
25c Men's Rockford Work Sox; Saturday
Speeial at 09
C5c Fiber Silk Hose, Saturday special at .39
40c Hoys' Black. Bearskin Hose; special at
the pair 25
30c Men's engineer and firemen Hose; Sat
urday special 19
75c. Men's All Leather Work Gloves, Sat
urday special 49
$1.25 Boys' Blue Bib Overalls; Saturday
Special , 65
75c Police Suspenders; Saturday special
75c Boys' Shirt Blouses; Saturday special
at ; 49
15c good wfeight Canvas Gloves; Saturday
Special at .'. 09
at Prices that Will Surprise
To $25.00 men's Suits; special at.
To $35.00 men's Suits; special at..
To $40.00 men's Suits; special at..
To $45.00 men's Suits; special at..
To $50.00 men's Suits; special at-
At Surprising Bargains
$2.50 all Taffeta Silks ; Saturday special it
the Jfard jl . 1X5
All the 75c Kbbe Silks; Saturday special t
only the yard . i. ,45
!8c mijjied woof Serges, 36-inches wide; Satiy
day specials, Ihe yard : 5
28c Ginghams, very pretty plaids; special 'at
the yard .' ; "W- XK
Genuine nope ifuslin, for Saturday special
at the yard 44
25c Percales, 36 inches wide; Saturday special
at the yard L .
Groceries at Saturday Surprise Savfe
Per sack $2.30
VANILLA EXTRACT ;$.
i bounce iiottle 90c bottle '
1 ; 25c
Hard Wheat Flur, ot,ir own brand .$1.98
Blue Kibbon Flour 1.80
Head Bice, 10 lbs 60
Oatmeal, 1 sack 55
Pancake Flour, 1 sack 55
3 packages Cornflakes .25
5 cans Carnation or Borden's Milk 60
5 cans best Standard Peas 55
5 cans Corn 55
5 cans Tomatoes 49
Boyal Ann (.'berries, No. 2V .18
2 cans Clams ' 21
M. J. B. Coffee, 5 llwpeiulb .38
M. J. B. Coffee, 1 lb..1!...:........ 41
Diamond W Coffee, 5 lbs., per lb .33
Diamond W Coffee, 1 lb. .35
Very best coffee, in bulk, 30c value, 3 1-4 lbs. 50c
5 lbs. Cocoa, in bulk 50
Lipton's Tea, 1 lb -
White Wonder Soap, 10 bars
Crisco, 1 lb.can ii
Flake White, 4 lb. Can
Lard in bulk, Gl !:.. -
Shortening, lbs. - -
Peanut Butter, 5 lbs. -
Marshmallow Syrupj lO lbs
Bacon hacks; 4.
U. S. Government Bacon, 12 lbs, net
Best Oil in bulk, half gallon
Italian Prunes, 11 His
Dry Apples,' 5 lbs. L.
Dry PeacheH, 2 lbs. .. .:-
Soad Crackers, 1 IK
4 cans. Velvet Tobacco -:
Climax. Horseshoe, Star Tobacco, 1 plug
Karo Syrup, 10 lhs.j'i
Cncle John's Sy ru half gallon
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Special Savings in
$1.25 Bungalow Aprons, Saturday special at !...$...69
30c Children's Heavy Cotton Hose, 2 pair for ..
70c !M bleaclied Sheeting, Saturday special; the
vard -. 42
Children's White Organdie Dresses up from 95
$J Ladies' Fancy ,'ight Gowlis, muslin and flan
25c Huck Towels, 16x34, Saturday special each
20c Turkish Towels, extra value for Saturday
$1.25 60-inch Table Damask, fine qualify; per
85c Ladies' fine quality Hose Saturday special .39
65c Linen for Sport Suits, Saturday special, per
75c Fine Mercerized Union Suits; Saturday special
at - 49
Silk Pongee, Special, per yard ..98c
White Cups and Saucers
Boys' Union Suits
Closed Market Baskets
Good Sized Galvanized Wash T
Knit Jersey Underskirts
Toilet Paper, 5 .for
10 -quart Granite Dish pan
Dark Oil Cloth, per yard
Men's and Ladies' Straw Hats ...
Big assortment of plain Ribbon
Children's Toy Brooms
Big Surprises Await You in Our
Ladies' Apparel Shop
$15.00 Ladies T'' Serge Suits; extra specials, at..$ 9&
$19.50 Ladies Dresses in Taffeta;; and. nieflj
$22.50 Ladies' Cliarineiise Dresses, Sat. special KM,
$5.00 Btitiful Jap Pongee Waists; SatuiJJ
special at 4
$6.00 Silk Georgette AVaists; Sat. Special at-.' fW
$5.(H) Japanese Crop. Kimonas, flowered and oj
Jtroidered, at - - r-
$1S.50 Silk Sweaters; extra special for Sat -W?
$S.()0 Wool Sweaters, wonderful value, for Satur:
day at 2
One lot of Sport Jackets, Saturday special at
One per cent of our gross receipts on Sat-;,
urday will be donated to the Albertinia Kerr
Nursery Home. f Do your part for the babies
We deliver free with prders of $2 or oyer
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