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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Btomobilo I'wiHc Fin-
- last night thJt' firi department
fjlled to tlie homo of W. .1.
Peirri Mcyirs Mreit. when
Mr Iirr'8 automobile wtiit-li had
wn driven i"t J the pa race ran eh t
(ire fro"1 lh" 'C,K""'- U.isty a tion
OB the Pr' 'Hi.-ii' near ty saved
the Cr 'ronI v,rv ",'r'"llK damage.
The Mrvf(e Jl" the lin min were
r, ken Dinnefr Isvery Sunday
Thle ""d roimfm. .lark's
Cf l" (,;norcli1 Adr.
Tmrk-4 I5eKrti d
Three Juim' trurks J inc
...i! for harilinc travel hi
' . , ,: I... !,.. I.-
.r of McMlltnville, were report-
ad - to the tmrifl'K office yester.
diy (or operating without
Hat In Ixt
X wide rim crepe do chine hat
of dark bln shade and trimmed
with cherries as reported yester
day a belnK 'ost on the street
lomewhere in .Salem. The finder
i requested hf the police depart
ment to leave flt at the station.
I ClaMlfled All
Win bring jou a bnyer.
A bicycle Win left yesterday in
the 7rd t tjio. home of K. F.
Lonf, 10 fouth Twenty-fifth
itreet It can Jbe identified at the
"The iSage Hen
A Splendid Picture
VfiUin at U2 N. Comaarcial strMt
Coa fay, noodles and AmorV
taa 4Uht, ico ctretm and drtnki
Opa 11 a.m. to 1 .m.
Tin DaBctiif Every Saturday
legolar $45.00 Thor Vacuum
Cleaner, Our Price
ELECTRICS MACHINK A
fctffoart St. Phone 488
for CUumen Fib Your Kes. Our
bills your punte
Jewelers raid Opticians
hwae 1255 Kalem, Oregon
'uoni Terfeat Liquid Paints
Capital Furniture Hani ware Co.
215 N. Commercial Phono 947
. . . . J0
Salem Cleaners & Dyers
Hits. Com'l St. Phono 1868
rf Spring Planting Ordrr Frora
TOe SALKM MKSEKY CO.
. j 428 Oregon Building
We pay 2c above the
market once for eggs
, aad products
eta aare you money on
Joor numbing Kuppllca; it
Py you to conm and
OS about prices. We al
Viya hato a aupply of all
Tents, all sizes, prices
buy and sell everything
SIS Chemeketa St.
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREuUM
Tiro 1 department Called
I An alarm from a lire at Four
teenth and Waller Mreet eaus. d
I I lie fire department to ha-ten to
I the . -en yesterday, only to rind
it was a pi lo of rui'lisli l-uriiiiiK.
I he persons sending in the alarm
aw the blaze and drew a li.t-sts
l Cl Wanks 1
Get them at The Statesman of- i
fice. Catalog on application.
titl lliroun i I'iiuiiK til
A little firl oil a bicycle w.ik
thrown to ilii. stre.t yesterday,
narrowly escapinp serious injurv.
when she turned suddenly In
front of an automobile at the In
tersection nf llii:h and Center
streets. Thouch her wheel was
badly damaeed she escaped with
but a few bruises. The lichts on
(be automobile wer,, smashed. C
Cory of Macleay. ilriver of the car,
reported the accident to the police.
He said he look the child to her
home hut did not find out her
Im Kollett IYmWich Fine
A. M. LaFollett of Mission bo!
torn, has one of the finest crops
of peaches in the valley The
trees are well loaded with the
fruit which will begin to ripen in
about 1 days. His orchard in
cludes 40 varieties of the fruit
and will ripen at intervals up to
the fall months. S. H Van Trump,
county fruit inspector. Visited the
orchard yesterday and reports it
to be the finest he has seen this
Couple Obtain License
Edna Menauch of Salem and
Simon J. Peterson of Portland
were granted a marriare license
yesterday in the office or the
Canfield Such Txld
C. I-. Canfield filed a complaint
yesterday in the circuit court
against C. L. Pyr.on and J. W.
Todd In which lie nskes the court
to grant a judgment against the
defendants for the sum of $1000.
The money is alleged to have been
held by thfm for the benefit of
Ksther C. Wheeler and the plain
tiff in the sum of $500 each.
Final Accounts l"ilel
The final account of the estate
of J. K. Seharf. deceased, was
filed yesterday in tho onnntv
court, by the administratrix of the
estate. Ruby ScharT. The court
has set July 2a as a date for the
hearing of objections to its ap
proval. The final account of the
estate of Mary A. Cowan, deceased
was also filed. Joseph II. Albeit
Is the administrator of the estate
The same date as the former case
has been set for the hearing.
P.ULOI Mrs. Vera Huln.
years old. died at a local hospi
tal yest-rday at fi:?.o p. m., af
ter an illness of several weeks.
She Is survived by her h unhand
I- O. Hulgin. her father It. W.
Dilley of Spokane, her mother,
Mrs. A. W. Huell of SilTn. one
Mater. P.catrico Jf n3,. also of
Salem, Iwn uncles. W. S. Pem
tterton of Salem and Or. Wif
fred Pemberton of Myrtle
Point, fir. Funeral services will
be held from th V bh A.
Clduch hape at 2 p. m. tod.iv.
Key. Ward Willis hong ofriciat.
illg. Int Tlilent will take pla.-e
in City View cemetery The
body will lie in state from 10
a. rn. until 2 p. m. today.
The funeral of Mrs. Jennie IJnd
who, died at a local hospital n
June 21 will be held at 10 a. m.
Saturday at the Webb & dough
chapel. Interment will take place
in I. f). f). P. cemetery.
Webb & Clough
RIGDON & SON
Do yon tate
If not. why not?
No other hatha or treatment
can produce the permanent re
lief to the person aafferlns
from dlaagreoable cold or ail
ments of the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths will.
Open 8 a. m. until 9 p. m.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady tad Gentlemen attendants
Tin- Anniiitl Musical
Of the aihaiued pupils of Mi.ss
ISeatriee Sheltoii w ill lo j;ien
next Monday. June 21. Some of
the best talent in the city has heen
secured to assist and a rare treat
is in store for those attendin
Assistmc .Monday niclil are Mis
Until Johns. Mis:, Ada Miller, and
i.coii (.nnisoti. Another r'il.i
tor adviiii.ed pupils will he yivon
C. K A I hi n. tor mer mayor 't
Salem, but v 'io tor some time h.is
I con tinning in I'.entoii iunr. .
lias his larm. lie is in Salem
t em Mora t i ly .
I V Ch.irchill. st.it
t en il ii (.; : ( , ;j
mouth of ye-.linl.i.
Mis. I-;. V. Ilooser. and liin;ti
I'T of UoseblHM. are liere isitiug
with Mrs Hoover's daughter. Mi
Helen Hoover, all employe (,f Jie
s t a t r treasurer's office.
Mrs. .Inlin e lieebe w ent to Port -land
vestcrdi) to i.-it her moih. "
Ceorire K. Kodcers is expected
lo return from Washington, l. C .
a bou t .1 u I v I .
HOTEL ARRIVALS !
MAKION- Portland people re
i-iermi wet-e Mr and Mrs. K I:.
Urosius. W I. Lellan. F. I. I'.atip-i,
I.. P.rainenl. (I K. Palinet.
I M.itb s W Adams. It. !.
Sullivan.. W. If. Jenkins. C. P.
Rose. Toin I'.ooth. W. II. Fitzger
ald. C. I K.ihs. K. L. Dasson. F.
C Tilt C. I.. Zi'gler. John H.
Kudd, W. Cavanatich. Othe-s
remsitr nu wire M. K. Knot. Med
lord; K. II Crant.. Itav Oppl- .
I S,n Francisco; A. Wiese. (i. V.
H"nniger. J. It. Hoffman. Se-ittle;
John Denny. Chicago; J. P.rad
tielu, Sheridan. Wyo.; S. C
Pratt. New York; If. T. Holden.
Kiigene; Dan Diamond. Al Dav.es,
C. A. Figler. I.. Hill. F. W. Itou
ers, H H. itodley, Portland.
HLIC.II I'('rtl.Mrl people reg
istering were (I. K Morrison.
W. F. Hand C, N. Modern. ;. A
Newton. M. K. Sherb, A. W. Moor
head. L. F. Drake, (ieorge W.
Stokes, A K. Cooke. Ruth Pai
rigu'n. Sheridan; H. D. Norton,
flrants Pass: F-va Pohle, Dallas;
O. B. Lamb. Tillamook; A. J
Connley. Cleveland, O.; M. D
Hammond. F. C. Ireland. Klam
ath Falls; K. A. arret t. F.ugvne;
Albert Anderson. C rants Pass and
M. P. Mclienry, Syokanc.
Updegraf and Okerbcrscr
Winners in Tourney at
Fpdegraf and Okerberer were
victors in the f rial matches of th -Junior
Salem Uwn Tennis asso
ciation played on the state hospi
tal courts yesterday.
In the it yar class
defeated Kamsden in
match by sores of J
then Hefeated Webb.
1 . Sto'z.
r. ::. i I.
Stolz drew tin- bye anil I'pdegrat
was forced to play th- extra
game, defeating Waters. 4 '.
12-1". fi-1. In Hie linalp for that
class Stolz whs de'ealed by I'pd-'
graph ;-::. ' .
In the lb year clasp but one
fame remailiei) for I If tomliev
yesterday. In the Dual match
Okerberger defeate.l Finer -::.
llecaus" of the lack of time no
consdati(.n games were played
Frank Will man lias bad charge
of the tournament, acting as th
head umpire. Mr. Wiflman ha'
promised an atricle for the Sun
day Stat-smae analy'lnc the plav
Ing of the junior stars and telling
the strokes and serves which won
Forgery Case is Heard
By Stae Supreme Coi-rt
The supreme court yesterday
heard the case of the state vs K
,!. Rowen. appellant, and Paul
Salids, a case appealed from Jose
phine county in which Rowen
seeks to keep out of the state pen
itentiary. In the lower court Rowen was
convicted on the charge oT forg
ing a deed and was sentenced to
the state prison Fxecution of the
sentence was stayed by the appeal
to the supreme court.
From the small liatnly
rvK-ko' .i'.c for th- Kid
tlis. Io tak- to Daily Va
cation Bible Srhool lo
the lart'r siz- f - homo
study. All sty!-.s and
$1.00 to $10 JO
Sec Our Comph-te
1G.'J N. Connm rcial St.
HEROIC BOY IS i
Gene La Follette Dies When
Exhausted, He Tries to
BODY NOT RECOVERED
Tragedy Overtakes Family,
Who Have Been in City
Only One Week
Mle;- hating been ;,leil him
self, Oi lie I .Jl Fid It He. I I eai old
son of W. T. l.aFolbtte. a resi
i.el.t nf but one week in Salem.
oten!ay lost his li! in an at
tempt to reach his !-;, ea r-ol.l
bi ot lo r w ho was
tie- strength of a
r in the swift
about ;i 'I'laiter
of a mile below tin'
l rid:.-e. t a I. it" hour
attempts to recover tin
Ace mi pan ied by
brothers. Paul and
and his two
had entered the water about 1:1",
in a ('ranch of the river between
the Polk county mainland and a
small island, w her- the water is
less than four feet deep, but
where the current is very swift.
'urrent T rendu runs.
The hoys had been ;laying in
'he water about 1 minutes when
Paul and dene, who weie about
five feet from the i.hore where
the current Is the strongest, be
coming exhausted, were overcome
by the curre.it and called for help.
All of the three boys started at
once to help them, Klliott going
to help Cene. and (Ieorge and
Robert La Follette going to aid
Klliott brought C.ene to shore
tasdly and returned to help the
other boys who were struggling
with Paul. Shortly after Klliott
had dropped him on the hank.
Ccne airain entered the water.
Imping to reach his brother. He
was too weak, however, to brave
the current and within a few mo
ments he sank without a cry.
Klliott turned just in time to see
(Jeiie sink, and leaving the cither
hoys he twain toward the place
where he had s en his friend sink.
A thorough search of the bottom,
however, Taibd to reveal the
Ilo.v Are Heroic.
In the meantime Ceorue had
attempted to carry Paul to shore,
while Robert stood off ready to
help him. Paul, !t years old.
grappled with his rescuer, who
soon became exhausted and called
lo Robert to take him the rest of
the way. Twice rtotx-rt sank with
his load, but refused to release
Alter Robert and dooree pot
P.iiil to shore, the twit anain in
tercd the water to aid Klliott in
hi:; :i'.irih for One. Alter seve
ral minuteH of fruit I
one of the hoys wa
nearby bouse where
i sent to a
Follett arrive '.
Ivan, the old s:
motor from th.
mutes Mr l.a
!r: -iim with him
o-j. mid a pu!
w.is brought as soon as possible
Rof.h men immt-diafely enten-i
the water ami were '.nun aided
in the search by two export swim
mors from the Iieiinison bath
house. Soon after a launch came
and began to drag the river whic'i
continued until dark.
A remarkable feature of the
tragedy was the calmness with
which the five boys entirely alone
carried on their rescue work. Moth
'Ieorge and Klliott are liny Scouts,
the former being a member of
the local troop No. 7. and th--
latter of troop C, Robert
Follett. George, and Klliott
all 12 years of age. Gene was
and Paul, the youngest of
irtoiip. is but ft.
Family N'ewcomer Here.
The IiFollette family came to
Salem nearly a week ago from
their home in Greeley, Colo , hon
inc to locate here. I'nable to
find a new home, they have been
stopping with Will Georpe at the
White House restaurant. ' Resides
ids 'four brothers mentioned. Ge-ie
Waves his mother and father,
Roy. a vouncer brother, and .1 n I :i
;ti older sister. The father oT
Hie bovs is a cousin of Senator
Alex M. Ka Follett.
KKALTY KX( IIAN(;i;S
Reported by l:nion Abstract
John I'dosi 'o Willamette V. ti
lt v ii:i:aled Land company 1"'
.'7. 2S and -'. d;i i WiHani'M
Valley irnt iti m Kami 'i c . I ''
Genrre ' Mooie -t al lo Cha
P.ansoin and A P. Steer, eat I "
feei oi iol s ;: and I. b!o k ., Tui
i. er. v, d . t 1 '""
a lio Setiwab and )!' to 'er.
P Cu'slot lb. all of Jot ! .. I '
IT. v. 1 !l and jo hlo'-k ' Si''
bi , addition. Aurora. . J I"
era P. Crii .fortli to no and
I Ilia M Schwab, all ! I"' I '.
I 17. IV. I It and ". block .
.-i t d'-r'.- addition to -xurnra. ' .
I! I., and Katie Mat Oo to W.
J l.uitoot. lot :: anil I. Ilatl'ev
'tai. - Frill Fa tins-, w . it . f
and other consult ration -
F.dcar M lan.heit to ialiar
l; and Nei'ie '! S'hratn, son' It
ti.i'f of lot .. block '. I'.nrii.ifMon
lllilltloll lo Salem, w. (I . Jl'i"
Charle; and listh'r Towiiserid
to Alfred W. Hecklev and Urovr
C lull itu-t't . 1.'. aires in ;a.li.iu,
2i and JV-S-a w . w. d.. f ". I
ocuulonis df Pioneers of
1 a:i V A ll KA . i :.. o
"jji v iii ivicl'i in bope-
O' Powell Mciiuiriil l-o,,'.,.,.
L;'" to bold its annual
riihtniK S.uiday, June 2 6, at
' "pel. 1 1.. . i m,', aooiit .
",M1 ''" ' IM Linn coimtv.
P' I ' ' ' H'allve ot lie- : ... ,, t a , ,.
' vl' ' ' ait. mi 1 1 o.o i-ort land
M -r, tM. ,M t i, and Ho,:, punis in
'O l l '. (),.l,o.
I I... .
" " 1 ,v 's i inei iv mail,, up
of lb- cetKiatit.s and tetativ.-s H
"'" Powell family . who i.ime
cioss ih, plains in lvM tosittle. " int.ie tin; and 'ar-r-at lung
on Hie Paciiie coast. In the col ' ' "!i :,'r ' "' liolian e,.br-
'n that tame at that tune wie ; In-' s v. 1 1 1 be held Hi
io siatidaul bearer.-. iniiii- ab ui .i.itm.. . JT. I ''. in hai
"' Clin.-tiaii church, N.,a!i "' lr ,: l: Hi-!'. Mipei in leu-
I'owtll ar.d St'liiveii Powell, both l!"n' "f Imliau .i i 1 1 1 1 ii - of Hi.
oi whom aie now dead. One by board of I. .one mis -'on.- and
oil" those who dared the peril. hurh exten.-io" of the Metho
of tile buiK journey have now dis- 'i':' 1- i t ' - ' ti.uith
appeared along the trad our th- Higicy was appointed by th
Great 1 1 V iile. igetel';( lollfe!!(e lo take charge
il will be with pltasure and i Indian in is;. una ins and woi k
ihank f nlness that the society will among the Indians at the recent
enjoy t,. privilege of having in -'loral conference a' I ies Moines,
tin ir midst one for whom th. ; Si-cund .Meeting Here,
journey of life has been length-! 1 Methodist board of home
tied. Known to ali as Grandma missions ami church extension
Powell. She is '.tj yars old and Roman's Home Mission
's looking forward lo meet in g i ' society iti.nfly appointed a
auain those near and dear to her, ' i r t committee .on Indian work,
scattered up and down the Pa-i1'1- Hig''.v was appointed superm
cific coast. tetidetit. and Mrs. S. S. Hoggs,
The committee in charge of the Top-ka. Kansas, associate super
. urogram has spared neither time j 'n' This joint committee
nor expense in making the event 1 is carrying out a proL-ressne pro
one o the most pleasant in th-.' ' J-'ram ut.der th" totuniittte on
History oi the society. conservation and advar.ee anil an-
Officers of the aociety and the nounces two conferences for its
program follow : I missionaries among the Indians.
President, Dr. J. M. Powell. ! Thf" first conference was held
Honorary presidents, Mrs. K J
Powell, H. C. Powell. J. G. Row
ell and J. W. Probst.
Vice presidents. Francis Rhafer,
diaries Powell. P. O. Powell and
Annalists. Mrs. Marintha Arant.
Ralph McKechnie, Mrs. Tilla P
Taylor and Mrs. .Mary McKinne...
Secretary treasurer, ('apt. F.
M. Powell, chorister.
SoMier e:.r-a aIld salutation of
the flag, 11:20 a. tu.
Opining address by the presi
dent. Vocal solo, J. F. Powell.
Trouiboii". Riirns Powell
Vocal. Mrs. Francis Arant.
Itoxology. prayer by F. I). Cor
nett. Rasket dinner.
Poem, "Our Soldier Roys," Mr.
Pioneers of is I ."." ' Mrs. Mar
"Pioneer Ministers," Mayrow
"Tho Powell' Women," JOugen.
! 'ornett .
"The Powell Men," Mrs. Anna
Trombone. Mdtou McKinney.
Vlnlm, Jo'cph Powell.
NK TELLS OF
Field t'irul Or chai (1 Pcbk; M;iy
Co Put to Roulo By
They tell a story of a Colorado I
miner, back in the bonanza day.
w ho sta i l"d n riot in a Im'. !
beiuiise he started sh' oth:-; a' v i
bed bugs tia' crawled out of ih
crevices ii 1','s room to attack him
in the night and he shot so man-,
that they thought there wouhln ' j
be eiiongli ammiin lain lett for tlo-
regular moining nian killings.
His heart was in the right
,'Iace. but h: was too crude to
hold a place en the great v i st. rn !
plant quarantine board that r- i
ceritly met 1.1 Victoria, It. C . 'o
wage war a'gainrt the billions o' j
noxious hug.- that rntiace west Tit j
aericultiire and ho; ticultur-. C 1
A Par!- of Salem, president of th
Oregon sta.'e board of hotticul '
inrc. afeiide(i the meeting, and
hi iiig-; horn" some interesting il -tails
of tlie Hcpoti taken in bug
The longres was mad" np .
the r( na r;i II i i lie olliceis of all Ih
States West if the Rocky monn-
lams and o: I'riti'h t'oiiimbia. 1'
is llv .i rgt - meet i n : "f th
hind ever In Id to con Kb-i l ue
pt event ion or r.i d ,, t ion oi i in
ue-M Th" ; 1 1 1 r I ' ol the boai'l
is to k ep ('e.ill the ori li.iid- an 'I.
i . lib o' t If we .'. w bib ale t II
! a i ee v free : ,-om infect on
Premier Oliver "! Kn'i h
Mlilbla Welcomed Hie bo iT.I. illil' !i
held its me' tings in tie p..rh'
men! building Kejioris of rin
gl'es; in iaia e.tme em , - , r
: II the w ta 1 . iIhi'.i id that all ov '
Mle wes Go- fit e e; I ion o! i I 'i
; e .1 i s i en 'b r It.- . ti I ' i 1 1 1 1 a ' 1 i
piild.i ,-erv II
4 Mo- of ti" ma ' I -r t hat '.
; iei the i on g res v a a d :
ion ol on t ''oils 'or 1- ;n i. i T
of I he es. Co eas t ei i) f 1 1 i.i t t
bl'g'lt t b.,1 CI - " a. ' I ' a 1 I d'
I ro e, all t he : i ii- tt. in I be '
. :..( Is all :'!. in r t be Let t' r V a
ir In s of filberts from Kurope
Oie met hod of hi i pi tig oil I III
dalig. i oil- leu t cull III ll e 1 I
I f , in I rom 'i p:ong in : " ibl
n 1 . i ,l "I'll v l"i k ft 'Mil tat
of th" l.'o'kv mountain"
I ii .ii cnsi-'iig r be Ifn ta v -
vil -peiial aMentlon W : C l V It '"
metho'tx thai would al'ow Co
shipment "f IfaPa oti.-fii.l ; n-th
out the dang' r rd carry itig Miff
The met ho I of emidovng sul
jihid" of r.irbon in varunui pr'
ccsses for the control of insert j
pests that infest tniish"d or stored
goods the Indian meal moth, the,
n 11,1 INSECTS
FRIDAY MORNIXC. JUNK 21. H)21
Conference of Tribal Leaders!
Anrl BlUrriflnor nri
And Missionaries Dated
I'ecaU.-e they Were too high. Some
lluue ag lie board ejected bids
np uim rrv mi ruADrrh"v drilling ot a w.;i at the
Convention is Part of Meth
odist Church's Program
J reeently at llamline university.
St. Paul, Minn., and tlie second
will be the one in Salem, begin
ning June '11.
Ir. Hig-ley anil Mrs. Recgs will
have charge of the program and
Indians from the territory ad
jacent to the conferences will iK:
Wide Range Covered.
The topics which will be di;
ciissed are: ''Christian Horn"
Standards for Indians." "What au
Indian Can Achieve." "Problems
of the Returning Student," "De
veloping the Right Kind of Com
manitv Spirit. ' "The Meanin :
arid Obligations of Citizenship,"
'The Needs of an Adequate Sua
day School Program for Indian
Voting people," "Christianizing
Community Kite Among Our Indi
ans." "Indian Attitude Toward
Kducation," and "The Need of
Developing Native Readership.
Commissioner Charles H Rurke
is deeply interested in the two
potato moth and oilier similar in
sect :. w as d isi ussi'd.
Tli" white pine bli-tir ru t. n
ruiigus growth imported from
Feilope lii.it attacks the five
leafed pir.i . came ut for vig
'trills r i: en -:aoli . Il has been
loiind that the funeus is carried in
: !! , y nd i urrent bnsben.
ml the I in !' r t.t t ion of t lies'"
plant ; is toibiidtii by the fi'deral
gov ei it in' ti t west of the Rocky
mountain.-;, to check the wider
spread of a rlatigerous disease that
has alr-ady dou- grtat damage
Tie- convention closed with a
I uit y j
'(. . V
. j t ' ''c-fc iuvai
ONi: of gr.-afe
!l t'.lS life Of"
Ife t 'llVH
l "i T'.is 1 1 : oi" -, I ' I .1
man through hi ab,i;fy to
re..,! V. Ilf li ' ' ' n I I !:'
i . - ' a r I o t a n ' i. r i ' "
1 O t I V- If what 1 ' Oil t he
,i inr.-d p ,ge :t b. comes Ju. t
at rieie-.ar. I bat VoU Coat-Hp
an a n b : 1 1 v on op
tometry W.w ns bnild f'T
mi a j 1 1 r of gl.o -e .. (ha'
t . 1 1 i'iw i , t i ion the
I' t oper a ' i oni ;n ",,, i j, ,
visit to the government )uar:in
tn' station ;,t Vancouver, ulure all
shipments of nursery stock for
i'nti-h Columbia must pn nr cri
tical inspection In fore li i ti k fo;
warihd to thtir ultimate il' Stif.a-lion.
Bids Are Rejected for
... .. in ri i.r"'i .-iiMn- mm Usui i ......
Well and PLimping Plant W, the Itaker-Comueopla highway.
-t ate i oard .f control l as
!,,,,,,,, ( i,i Smutted tor i st.-.i-1
lalioil of water 1 1 ti i pin-fi t at the
' I. lie y. Ilooi for 111'' teeble-milided
ii-t.tul ion for the sa ". rea .-on .
'I'be log i .La t ii i o appropriateil i I ;..
'"" for tile new s;teln. illlllllllllg
III. well. The bid- rn rllol w ere
ll"M .' Ill.t ;i'lllillM for tile c'llip
'ue'it and t ink alone
I I.I, lit II.D Rossi;s.
The piil Ire : eivice commissi. vi
e ieidav issued an order grani
r: : I he I .a ne couiit v court author-
. LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
A General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
To Close put My
Having sold my business thelke cars must be sold at a
big loss to me. )
OAKLAND G, Touring '17 iModel, new top, painted
and overhauled a beauty; .worth $700, sale.. ..$325
D0RT Touring New top, paint, upholstering; worth
$650, sale u., $-175
FORI) Rebuilt Empire body, new top, curtains, and
paint, double seat rings, lots of extras; costing
$1,000; sale $650
BUICK In fine shape, new top and side curtains;
cost me $800; sell for l $f,50
FORD BUG Worth $250, sale $150
FORD Body complete, new. .4. $125
Liberal terms to responsible parties.
0. J. HULL
Temporary Location Republic Truck Rooms
Best Grocery Buys
ICconomy Pint Jars
Economy quart jars
Kellogg Corn Flakes
Shredded Wheat Biscuits
No. 1 Lamp Chimney
10c Toilet Paper
1 doen Jelly (i lasses
nr.. Vanilla Flavor
Besl Creamery Butler
50 lbs. of Dairy Sail
15c Prepared .Mustard
1 dozen Deviled Meats
6 Salt Ilerrin; .
Fleet ric Light' Bulbs
1 dozen cans of Peas
1 .00 Brooms .
2-1) oz. Classes Jam
716 Highland Avenue
The Boon of Summer Pleasures
White Wash Skirts
Rub 'Em ,
A:nl !iw. ;.! ;i : nnic mif fresh and white for
the 1. ':( pi. me op riutitijr-. ()f Course, that imi't
' "Oh ANY uhiie uah skirt, but it';,Ja
rn! v.i ii Shipley's While WiMh Skirts for they
''"' I '! v. ith an to t hem tilings; gr,()( male,-;;'!-
.-ih Ii as gabanlitif, wa,uh satin and wash
piv 'n.-i' -ill hold t hi'ir -hafH'anr launder boau
lifp'lv; tv, s th;.i an- attractive and modi.sh ;
uorkmati hip that guarantees 'orM seams, hems
an:! rjualjty in the button;, irfr:,, usel.
THE STORE WHOSE
ily to construct a prade rrosninK
iWvr the tracks of the Southern
Pacific company at Marcola.
j; I'lie staff hiphway commission
, has instituted condemnation prci-ii-i-ediiiKS
in Haker county apainst
Public Is Invited
to two programs by the pupils
IThutsd.iy evening, June 2a,
; S : " o'clock
UYiday evening. June 24, S
Mrs. John J. Roberts,
iMfs. Killian Hartshorn, Organ
10c and 15c
SYSTEM PAYS YOU!