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GITY NEWS IN BRIEF
J. K. Miller, executor of the, es
tate ot Elizabeth,!. MUier.Teporta
cash on hand $821.65 asking per
mission to distribute It among the
five heirs. The court ha named
September 19 as the date for the
final hearing. -
ent furnishings. Is the fact that
prices this fall will be about Z 5
per cent lower than one yeargo.
Poll Line iBgersol! WatdM
Tyler'i Drng Store.AdT.
A Classified Ad
Will bring yoa a buyer.
Hunter IJcens -
There has been Issued a hunt
er's license to C. W. Brasher,
1860 North Sumer street. Roy F.
Shields has also, been Issued a
Marriage License Issued ,
A marriage license was, issued
yesterday to F. L. Shearer, truck
driver of 1653 Center street, and
Lois A. Thompson, ot 905 Spruce
street. : ' .;. . .'.- .
Furniture to Dfon
C. 8. Hamilton or the Hamilton
furniture store, accompanied' by
his son Ralph, returned yesterday
from San Francisco, where they
went to attend the biggest furnl
ture show held in the west. He
says that for this coming season,
furniture will be of the period
styles. That is, it will be made
like Queen Anne of England used
to hare and also what is called
the William and Mary period.
There is also a strong tendency to
wards Hepplewhlte period . and
Chippendale. Of special interest
to- those who. Intend-to furnish a
home or add a little to the pres-
ntrFi nnnnnn an
Travel by Rail jumI Water
Lawrence Cline leu yesieru
forSpringfield, Mass., to remain
in the east until next siimmer.
He travels over the Oregon Klec-
trlc. the Canadian Steamsmp
company's line out of Seattle to
Vancouver, then the Canadian Pa
cific to Port Arthur on the north
ern shore of Lake Superior, tnen
by water to Saulte Stt wane ana
then again by rail to Buffalo. N.
Y. He was accompanied by S. 1 .
McCracken who will visit at Clear
Field, Pa , for a few months.
No More Summer Rates
Todav is the ast aay ior m
special summer rates to the east
with return privilege up to Octo
ber 31. Hereafter all special
rates will be those mat permit
stay, of one year before return
Get them as Tne Maiesman oi-
tlce, Catolog on application.
Will Visit at Pxoi
Mrs. S. J. McKenzie ana m n
Harriet Darling left yesterday for
a visit at Potosi. Wis. They will
travel over the 8. P. & . tauway
and the Milwaukee, stopping first
at LewlstonMont Their return
will be over the Denver . KIo
Grande, the great scenic route of
Miss Eleanor Huckestein ot
Shanlko is in the city for a two
weeks' visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. August Hurkestefn: She
is associated with tho Eastern
Oregon Banking company ot
Front office -room. Apply Gray
Tried to Resign, Couldn't : ''r.
. It is said that those who would
hold public of Ice never resign,
but George F. Mason, postmaster
at JSiferson. Is an except'.cn. He
tried to resign last fall and there
was held an examination of can
didates for the office. But bo
successor was appointed. However
there are signs that Mr. Mason
will be relieved of officially be ng
postmaster, as another examina
tion will be held in Salem. Sep
tember 10. ills' official term ex
pired October 24, 1920.
ages ot ic and 20 years, aad in
Marion county, 1,700. The idea
especially to help boys in voca
tional work who are not, attend
KhHnn Picnic at Albany
Members of th? Salem Shrine
club have received notce of the
big Shriner picnic to be given by
the Albany Shrine club, Labor
day, September 5. The famous
Al Kad-?r band of Portland and
its chanter and patrol will be iv
attendance. George G. Brown of
Salem is on the general commit
tee. It is understood that Shrin
ers all the wajr from Portland to
Eugene ah? arranging to attend.
The Salem Shrine club has accent
ed as a body, the special invita
Starting Monday," Aug. 13
For one week we will give from
20 to 40 per cent discount on
Eastman Premo i Kodaks. Also
some good second hand kodaks
at a real low price. 30 days free
trial on all kodaks. H. M. Sander
son, capital urug store. aqv.
Doing Good Work
Paul Sherwood, formerly of Sa
lem, but now associated with the
Seattle Y. M. C. A., writes friends
here that everything is going fine
with him and that at present ne
is with the Y. M. C. A. boys at
tteir annual camp in the east
Bicycle Identified i
A Niagara bicycle, which nau
been misisng for some time, be
longing to Norman Hastings, was
Identified yesterday at the police
station as one of a collection that
has. been made by the police.
A fishing rod and reel and a
.22 calibre Winchester rifle were
taken from an automobile belong
ing to Dr. W. B. Morse on Sunday
night while it was parked at S3 3
Marr'ed at Vancouver
According to reports from Van
couver, Wash., a marriage license
wao issued August 13 to Edward
J. Bartruff. and Opal R. Rhodes,
both of Salem. !
Child Has Narrow Escape
Last night little Helen Howard
who .lives on Hoyt street, was
struck by an automobile while
crossing the street and narrowly
escaped serious injury. Warren
Gale was the driver of the car and
said that the child attempted to
run across the street and ran di
rectly in front of the approaching
Albert Henderson was arrested
Rnndav nleht on a charge ogbe-
Ine Intoxicated. He put up a bond
of 10-for his appearance before
Judge Earl Race to answer to the
charge and failing to do so at the
reanired time set. forfeited tm
bond. . .
Easier and Better.
Wear them and tee
; HARTMAM BROS.
thane 1255 " Salem, Oregon
wun il 16tM V. OoasMTCtal stoert
mi dishes, lc crwa artafcs
Oaan It s.m. Mis
PURVINE At the residence. 961
Oak street, Sunday night, Josh
ua L. Purvine, age 79 years,
husband of Mary V. Purvine,
father of Elmer W., Charles D..
Frank L.. and Linn M. Purvine
Funeral services will be held
Tuesday at 1 : 3 0 from Rigdon's,
interment Soring Valley. Polk
county. Rev. H. N. Aldrich of
ficiating. . ,
Auto Home Plate Arriving
Salem home plates to be placed
on both front and rear of autos
have arrived at; the Commercial
club and those in charge ray that
already of the 500 expected to be
nlaced here, fully two-thirds have
been taken. It IS Suggeste-1 that
those who have not as yet ar
ranged for their auto plates.
should telephone the Commercial
club. It is now qu:te tho proper
thing to have a home plat for
the car, and Salem Is one of the
last larire cities in the state to
take up the idea.
Caused by Dry Spell
Salem creameries are not,' re
ceiving as much cream as they did
five or six weeks ago. One mana
ger estimated the falling oil at
fully 50 per cent, due to the gen
eral dry spell and the lack or
The bankrupt stock of new and
second-hand furniture, beds, bed
dine, stoves, dishes, and household
furnishings formerly belonging to
IT. M. Cannon Y Co. will be sow
at public auction to the highest
bidder for casit in hand, at the
corner of 12th and Mill streets In
Salenx Oregon, Wednesday, Au
gust 24, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. ni
J. H. Dunlap, receiver. Adv.
Benson Car Damage.:;
While driving east on Ferry
street yesterday, W. J. Anibal,
1160 Mill street, struck an auto
mobile belonging to- George Ben
son, knocking a cap from one of
the wheels. Mr. Anibal claimed
that the car was parked on the
street away from the curbing.
Notice to Irrigators-
Irrigators on flat rate win
please observe the following rules.
AH houses having even numbers
are limited to irrigate on Monday,
Wednesday, Friday and Sunday;
odd numbers on Tuesday, Thurs
day, Saturday and Sunday. Hours
for irrigating?-6 to 8 a. m.. 5 to
9 p. m. Salem Water, Light &
Power company. Adv.
Wood Prices Low
Compared to one year ago. the
price of wood this fait will be
considerably lower. For old fir,
the price yesterday was given at
from 7 to 18 a cord, compared
to $9 and $10 one year ago. Asb
is about xx. 50. a cord, wbile a
year ago It was $10 a cord. Oak
is now said to be about $9 a cord,
while a year ago it was pretty
close to $12.
Funeral 'services for the
Drs. White and I Marshall
Osteopathic physicians. U S Bk.
; TREES ,
Tm BprUf PlanUnf OtJst Trass ,
-The BALEM NURSERY CO.
Henry Neuens will be helJ today,,
at 9:30 a. m. irom'tne .uainouc
church, ' Interment Catholic i ne
funeral cortege win leave
Rigdon parlors at'9;l.&
431 Omo BsMtol, .- '
Phone 17 It
hv huvine your hardware and
furaiturratThe Capital Hard-1
ware Furniture Co.. Z5&
. Commercial street. Phone 947.
Automobiles. flriv?n by L. K.
Oldenburg of route 8, and Dan
Sherman, 1130 Pine street, were
damaged in a collision at Market
and Fifth streets Sunday after
noon. Oldenburg was driving
west on Market street and Sher
man crossing at the intersection
wiien the cars came together.
, Do yon take
If aot, way aotT ; :
No ethsr baths or treatmenta
can produce the permanent re
lief to the person nifertnf
from disagreeable eold or ail
ments of the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths will.
: Open 1 a. tn. until 9 p. m.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
XAdy and Gentleman attend
RIGDON & SON
C. P. C. Line '
Extracts and toilet articles.
For sale by Mrs.;W. D. Moyer, 170
North 23rd street, or phone 1224.
Full supply always on hand. Ad.
: r Pack and Store -
WOOD 7usY COAL
We pay 2c iboWilit
market orice fer cut
We ean aava yon money on
your Plumbing Supplies! it
will pay yon to come and
see as about price. We al
ways hare a supply of all
Made, , : ' . ;.v-v--V
Tents, all sizes, prices
We buy and sell ererythinf
' Phone Ml -111
CaemekeU ft. ,
Republic truck , in fine
condition, p n e u m a tie
tires, will trade or sell on
easy terms. Apply Sam
Bright, intelligent boys
with bicycles wanted to
carry morning routes.
This . Is an excellent op
portunity for ambitious
boys to get a start -in
business for themselves
and also make some
money for their very
Chinese Cause Trouble-
Fear of a possible tong war.
caused Bin Sen, or the Bin Sen
Noodle house, to call the police
station on Sunday night for as
sistance, when two young China
men became troublesome wnlle in
his eating house. Bin Sen said
the Chinamen were trying to cre
ate a disturbance, and apparently
came for that purpose. Police of
ficers searched the locality for the
offenders but they had disap
Dr. 1 O. Altmafi, Phone 147 ,
Homeopathic physician. AdT.
Bill Bechtle reported to the po
lice station Saturday that while
his automobile was parked near
the Dreamland rink, someone took
a woman's plaid coat and a grey
overcoat belonging to himself.
Films In Today
Bv 4 p. m. out tomorrow at
a. m. Tyler Drug Store, 167 South
Tracks Are Stolen
Salem police are on the lookout
for two trucks, which were re
ported as having been stolen and
apparently headed ior tnis cuy
The one was a Chandler and was
said to have been missing from
Portland about; 10 o'clock Satur
daT niicht. The other was a Ford
taken from Woodhurn.
Large celling fan.
trie Co. Adv. i
Scouts Doing Well
Miss Mina Cook,
nurse, who returned
from Camp McCredie. reports the
Boy Scouts as all doing fine and
nothing worse happening to the
hoys than poison oak and occa
sional bee stings. As an appreci
ation of her services with the
boys during their first iweek in
camp, they presented .Miss Cook
wun an oificial Scout "S" which
is regarded among scout folks as
a special nonor.
Howard Amon of Portland was
a visitor yesterday in Salem.
Loren Baraett of the Roth Gro
cery company and family return
ed yesterday from an outing at
R. H. Mills, of the Spaulding
Logging company, is in Newport
visiting his family. He will stay
F. E. Loose and W. Howard
Rarap of Brooks are spending an
outing at Newport.
Miss Mat Seely will leave to
morrow for Corvallis to attend
the wedding of her cousin. Miss
fcllth Warfield. to Carl V. Sloe
man of Corvallis.
Miss Leila Cooklngham and
Jiias Helen Beeman. both of Port
land, were recent tisitors at the
home of MUs Alice Wood of Wm
Miss Helen Campbell of Oregon
City was a visitor over Sunday
as a guest at the home of F. L.
Wood, West Salem.
Mrs. M. L. Fulkerson, county
superintendent of schools, was in
AumsTtlle yesterday attending to
W. II. Ballie, rural school su
rerviscr, spent Monday visiting
school districts is the neighbor
hood of St. Paul.
Mrs. Alfred Whlted and son,
fcniy. and Miss Blanch Whitte
niore of Raker left yesterday for
their home after an extended visit
at the home of Dr. H. E. Morris.
Charles' Krert of the People s
Cash store, is. taking his summer
Rev. C. R. Stover of Hlllsboro
v-'ss a recent visitor in the eltv.
He was formerly located at Rick
rall with the United Evangelical
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Fisher
oi t-ugene. accompanied by Dr
ana Mrs. H. P. Studley, also of
r-ugene, were In the city yester
day, returning to their home af
ter visiting at the seashore.
Mrs. Elmina Mottinglv left yes
terday for Salt Lake City where
she wiil spend the winter with her
Martin Riland and wife left on
Monday for St. Paul, traveling
over the Oregon Electric and Nor
thern Pacific. They will return
late in October.
J. B. Eaton, who has large
farming interests in centred Ore
gon, left yesterday for Bend.
Charles McKee of Woodburn
transacted business in Salem Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hunt of
Sublimity visited friends., and
transacted business in this city
Henry Tate of Stayton visited
friends in Salem Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hepner and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rae and
daughter and Mrs. E. Rae, left
Monday for Newport where they
will spend a week.
The Misses Clara . Psee
Fannie Morrison are In Portland
for a 10 day visit.
Howard Aman, ! Adrian Ward. J. '
F. Jones, Mr. and 1 Mrs. " B L."
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lock in.
Genevieve Miller. J. F, O'Neill. W.
O. Fnnanghty 1 and ' wife. T, A.
Shaver. M. E. Du Paul. Malcolm
L. Gilbert, Alva W. Person, II.
S. Bumpers, M. Davis. R. K. Akin,
J. B. Brophy. C. J. Hoi way. A. C
Davis. F. O. Miller and wife, Mrs.
Thompson, Miss T. Miller. Miss
Carl. Dr. J. Sproach and family,
E. Stevens. Julius Pencer. J. K.
Bartlett of Portland; Miss A.
Hoops, New York; ! Herbert J.
Flagg, Olympia: Garrison Bab
cock. Seattle; J. Barbarach. San
Francisco; F. J. Cox. San Fran
cisco; K. Ewing, Seattle; Mi. and
Mrs. B. Lowry, Grants Pass; J.
II. Snarr. Seattle; James J. Gor
man. Seattle; I. N. Graham. San
Francisco; F. H. Zawarka. San
Francisco; Charles Boyd. Seattle;
M. J. Regan, San Francisco; IL
8. Beeler, Seattle; F. Wright, St.
Paul; K. Mosuda, San Francisco:
J. Bernstein. Minneapolis; Karl F.
Kraft. San Francisco; Harry Lew-
Is, San Francisco; W. J. Monroe,
Pan Francisco, and C. A. Barnes,
BLiOH T. O. Bryant. A. G.
Reach, George C. Holman, If. E.
Barrett. J. A. Frazier. C. Brown-
Btein, William F. Hand, S. W.
Miller. E. M. Smith. P. T. Claus.
Mary Kauffman, W. C. Deney, A.
wheaton, N. Gordon. Roscoe
Hurst and wife, J. Rademacher,
all of Portland; Harry Schultz,
Improp&r Parkings Found
"Frequent in Residence,
Section of City f
moved to their own farm, adjoin
ing where tey resuea unta isuv
after, which ithey made tbelr home
at 91 Oac hstrect, this city.-
J Mr., Purring Is sartived ry mi
widow and lour sons. Elmer W.
Dudley C, Fruk L.;anl Lynn M.
all living lit Salem.
Fnneral renrlces will be hM at
the RIgdoa! chapel today at 1.30
p. m. after wtlch burial will take
place at the JSena cemetery In
bouth Commercial street, from
the I.O.O.F. cemetery to Jefferson
way Is closed, and the scarifiers
were busy yesterday tearing up a
sireicn ot Dumpy road that has
caused many an autoist to think
unkind things. However, there
will be some side road to travel
on until Wednesday, when the en.
tire street wiI ba barred." Travel
ers tO the routh Who hannon t
forget and Ktart out on nomniw.
cial street. : re advised to turn to
the left at the :nouuiental works,
travel to Twelfth street, then turn
to the south and follow directions.
ine street will be ready for traf
fic by state fair time.
Improper parktar or automo
biles has been the canse of numer
ous accidents in the past and In
order to lessen this traffic distur
bance the police officials conduct
cd a regular automobile tag day
Sunday with -the result that 12
tags were placed on cars, suttH
moning- the operators to appear
before Judge Earl Race at 2
o'clock yesterday. - " w i
In accordance with this request
the owners appeared and whil
fines were not imposed, they were
informed ; of tha . city ordinances
regarding the parking" system and
were then dismissed. ? u I
Parking rules within the fire
limits have been generally!)-
rerved. according to Chief of Po
lice ''Mormt. -It. Is In the residen
tial districts that the present
trouble lies, which has been the
cause of a number , of accidents
Centralia; W. G. Bowman. Falls V?;ZU.VTTJ?1 wla
City; W. II. Woodworth. Armour; ;: v:",;.a"
J. A. Douglas. Dailey. Smith : ;r " . KVJU " "-ux7
River; Mrs. M. Hoffman, Vallejo; ' V?'. JZZit . , I .v
' U. S : Duplicators ' "
:v; - ' tine-a-time
. Steel Safes
Adding 'Machines, etc
Commercial Book Store
163 Ni Commercial Sf .
Sarah E. Whitty. Marshfleld: J.
B. Hutching, Marshfleld: John
Osborn. Heppner; A. W. Bascom.
Suver; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mun-
ger and son. Los An.;eles; Arthur
Davis. Chicago; William C. Fri-
don, San Francisco; Mrs. Carrie
May, Ontario, Cal.; lleatrice Wolf,
rule twice. They drive on the
wrong side of the street when
they park and leave their cars
headed to the left; and again
when they have to drive across
the street when they leave the
curb to get back on the right side
ot the street. Offenders In' the
future will be expected to pay the
penalty for such violations.
Among those .whose automo-
Vll Jt ..
Delinquent From Now On w. h. Darby. 8i North wmter
Mreet; C.- O. Johnson, Kilverton;
O. F. Booth, 1720 Cbemeketa
street: W. R. Hampton, iletvais;
J. s.. Miller. 1417 Narth Twelfth
street; Mrs; R. WMcIntlret:91
The time for remitting annual
license fees by corporations, both
domestic and for?i;rn, operating
in Oreeon 'resterdav. ac
cording to T.; B. Handley. state North Cottage street: Thomas A
corporation rommisiiioner. From 1 "Oberts, 305 Oregon building;
now on corporations that havel-oe E. Bedient. Portland: E- C.
failed to remit their license fees jumn. 230 South Twefth street:
will be compelled to pay Interest J Carl Armprlest. 332 .North Twen-
tt the rate of 6 per cent. Al-I i-iourm street: Fred L. Klein.
cnartes Knowland and P. E.
Fnllerton are traveling today from
McCredie springs toward.. Saiom
They were sort of pioneers for
the Boy Scouts, having arrived at
lu camp several days ahead
Eager To See Home
Elmer E. Tanner, Jr., who H
serv.ng as mechanician in the av
iation corps in Honolulu, writes
to his father. Elmer Taniioi- ot
South Thirteenth street, that he
would give anything for a chance
io ses ine good old United States
again. He enlisted in the navy
aviation coma two vpnr am.
when only a lad, and has not
been home since leaving here,
though he expects to be able to
make a visit this fall. ,
MARION L. H. Rallsback, F.
fc 'Taff. Fred E. Jewett, R. P.
Miles, T. A. Resch, A. A. Hale,
Mr. and Mrs. J R. Griffith, M
Jeffressr. George A. Cable, James
D.i Olson, Omar C. Spenser, Ed
ward M. Cousin. George N. Cos
mus, C. A. Peterson. J. M. Russ-
e.11. A. V. Crowley. J. P. Newell,
C, P. Ross, Fred, Telben, J. W.
Lundy, II. L. Hall, C. L. Lindsay,
J. F. Mullenburg. J. C. McDevitt,
A. J. Welton. D. A. Hathaway,
Reported by Union Abstract
though Mr. Handle has not yet
had time to check up the appli
cations received by tJs department
he estimated that tlvere wou'd be
between 600 and 7000 corpora
tions operating in Oregon during
the next fiscal year.
845 Center street.
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your city nhiii
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O. U. Srot
Oregon Safety News Is
Name of New Publication
The first number of the Oregon
Safety News, a publication issued
by the national safety council.
state labor bureau and state in
dustrial accident commission made
its appearance here yesterday.
The publication leviews the
work of the several accident pre
vention bureaus, and gives a gen
eral idea of the benefits that are
derived by injured .workers . un-
der the Oregon compensation law.
A safety directory also is one of
the features of the publication.
The paper' will be published
monthly and will be placed in the
hands of all individuals and or
ganisations in the prevention of
CMD M DEATH
Funeral of Well-Known Sa
lem Citizen Will Be.Held -Here
Mrs. J. B. Clrich and daughter
Maxine. Miss Helen Ingrcy and
Miss Florence Miller visited over
Saturday and Sunday at Hills
toro, the guest of Miss Rosi Cave.
H Good Intentions
Edward Schunke. secretary of
the Roth Grocery Company, says
that he hopes soon to go cn his
vacation, but Just at present he
doesn't know where he's golug, or
exactly when, although his plans
rather indicate the latter pirt ot
this week for a departure. "
- Walter A. Denton of the Miller
Mercantile company, accompanied
by his wife and her mother, Mrs.
O. Stelner, will leave today for an
auto trip. Mr. Denton, says he Is
not quite sure where he Is going.,
but that he Intends to start and
when he reaches the e"nd of the
toad, turn around and eome back.
He figures this will require about
10 days-of ateady traveling.
Looking After Boys
In order to keep' track of boys in
Polk and Marion counties, espe
cially those from 16 to 20 years
old, the Salem Y. M. C. A., in con
Junction with the Portland T. M.
r, A.. Is securing the names of all
boys of this age who have attend
ed school the past year. This is
part of the vocational . work for
boys done In Portland and the Sa
lem T. M. C. A. Is helping. It Is
estimated that In Polk county
there are 800 boys between the
On Long Trlji
Mrs. j. a. Carr, mother of Mrs.
W. W. Cory. 365 South Seven
teenth street, left on a visit to
Indiana, to be gona until October
31. She is 82 years old und is
making the trip alone. Mrs. Cory
accompanied her as far as Port
Executor Is Discharged
In the estate of Ella K. Chapln.
the final' report of the executor
was approved yesterday. The
heirs were declared to be Henry
Chapin and Forest Chapln ot
fchaw, and Roberta C. Badger, ot
Torey Island, Fla.
Mill Sell ProoertT
The executrix of thB estate of
S. J. L. Whiteman has been ord
ered by the county court to sell
on August 26, personal prwoperty
of the estate. Part of the sale
will nelnri 120 sheep. 70 goats
and 10 kids and the sale will &e
uu iu aius ana ine sue ui I,,,.,, H
held on the Whiteman farm near V illamette Heights
Sidney. - ,1,10.
Jos. F. . Nathman and wife to
Asa and Louisa Simmons W. D.,
6.61 acres in Robt. L. Ogle, D. L
C, T 5 S, R. 2 W., $1.
Thomason, Geo. A., et ux, to E.
O. Moll W. D.. lot 4, Block 12,
Riverview Park addition to Sa
Anna and A. C. Hansen to Jane
Libfey, W. D. fr, lots 5 and 6.
block 1, Myers addition to Salem,
Eastman, L. C. and M. L. to
F. W. Pettyjohn, W. D. fr. lot 28.
Silverton 'south, $2500.
Richter, Wm. and Hettio to
Chas. and Josephine Kratz, W. D..
lot 8, block 6. Frichek's addition
to Salem, $10.
McGIlirIst, Geo., to J. F.
Mohney W. D.. south 4 acres, L.
19 and all L 20. Sunnyside Fruit
Nathman, John B. and May E.,
to Jos. F. Nathman. R. D. lots
7 and 8, block 39. Gervais, and
6.61 acres and 120 acres In Robt.
L. Ogle D.L.C.. T 5 S.. R. 2 W.
Schuland, Anna and Jos. J., to
Jos. F. Nathman, Q. D., lots 7
and 8, block 39, Gervais; also
6.61 acres and 120 acres in Robt.
L. Ogle D.L.C T. 5 S., R. 2 W
Francis X. and Mary V. Moisan
to Rose J. Nash, 17.75 acres Thos.
Moisan D.L.C. 6-2-W. $1.
Jas. S. Pinnell to Frank L. and
Florence Buell, 4 acres I. N. Gil
bert D.L.CJ 7-3-W, $5500.
Michael Pendleton to Ralph E.
Pendleton, lot 8, block 26. Gervais,
Theresa Adelman to Mike En
pelhart, 17.50 acres Felix Coonse
D.L.C. -1-W. $10.
Alexander and Flora G. Martin
to Amos G. Smith, 9.62 acres, sec.
Joseph Schulte to August and
Mr Hendricks. 10 acres. G.
Blown D.L.C. 9-1-W $850.
Edward and elllen Tearks to
Will Roenicke. lot 6. block 27,
Cap Pard add. Salem. $10.
Henry Smith to aMry Hen
dricks, land in Henry Foster D. L.
C. 9-1-W. $3600.
Alica Bowen to Wm. Chase
Clarey et ux, part of lots 2 and 3.
Mock 5. Fricker add. Salem. S5u
E. D. Jackson et ux to Patrick
and Matilda Burns, land in D
Presslev D.L.C. 7-3-W. $10.
E. W. Mueller to State Bank ot
Portland. lots in blocks 1, 2, 3, 5,
add to Salem,
Liquidation of Yoncalla
Bank Finally Completed
Liquidation of the defunct Yon
calla State ba.)k was completed
yesterday when Frank C. Oram-
well. state superintendent of
banks, mailed the final dividends
to the creditors of the institu
tion. The depositors realized ap
proximately 0 per cent of their
The bank was chartered Febru
ary 4. 1908, with a capital stock
of J 10,000. On February 23.
ilo, tne institution, was closed
by order of the bank superinten
dent. The assets of the Institu
tion were 174.355. IS.
Josuah L. Purvine died Sunday
night at 11:55 o'clock at t his
home, 961 Oak street. : .
.Mr,. Purvine-; was born la Mor
gan county, Illinois, Aiarcn u,
1842: At the age of G years he ac
companied .his father's, family to
Oregon,, settling . on French prai
ria about one mile east of . the
present town of Hubbard.
His mother died in 1849 and
the father followedla 1852, after
which he made his home with his'
brother-in-law and' sister. Mr. and
Mrs. C.C Walker, In Spring Val
ley, Folk county, until hu- mar
riage to Mary V. Walker, daughter
ot a pioneer Polk county family.
isovember 24, 1864. They then
Whn irrralr or nDDre4 vi Tri
umph PilU. 8mf and dependable in all
proper eases. ot nora at dreg tores
lH not eiperiroent wits other: aire dia
appeiatmesl. Writs lor -Relief" and
particaters it a free. Address-National
Mrtiral Intiite. Milwmikt. Win.
Nature's; oenaltr for un-
righted wrongs, is . dlseaM
and death.! The law of pure
blood, for Instance, Is a law
we must all obey or' die. So
alno Is the law ot a correctly
aligned eplnal column.
. Pure .1 blood . depends on
proper j action , of bowels,
stomach; kidneys, spleen and
lungs, ft the spine Is not in
line at a point In the middle
of the back, the stomach
may do paa. Ana so it goes,
pressurej upon spinal nerves
due to bad alignment of spin
al JoLta may cause weak
ness of jibe bowels, -spleen,
kidneys pr lungs. Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments , will
help you obey the law of a
.spin In linej
Chiropractic spinal adjust
ments free spinal nerves. by
, restoring normal nerve open
ings ana oy tnis simple pro
cess chiropractors , every
where' are i correcting dis
eases of? th( eyes, ears, nose,
throat, jlungs, heart, stom
ach, liver, i kidneys, bowels
and genital organs. 1
i: I HEALTH FCLIxXKS
. . ( cwiropMCTiccwRias
MffJSUFt ON SPINAL
L; ! SCBVU IN DBtASO Of
whew s .,nt fyuwwmiioiuutj:
i for sa sfr
' 1 1
Pi STOeMCN i
" ,v MlKSCAS
Dr. O. L. Scott
! ' . Chiropractor-
414-19 U. S. Bank Bldff.
j Phone 87
IF BACD OR
Kat less meat, also take glaos of
Halts beforo eating
LADD & BUSH. BANKERS '
v ' EaUbliaed 1868
. . . General Bankinjr Business s
Office Honrs from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Uric acid In m?at excite-s the
k'dneys, they become overwork
ed: et sluggish, ache, and reel
like- lumps o' lead. The urine
becomes cloudy; the bladder is;
Irritated, and you may be obliged
to seek relief two or three times
during the night. When the kid
neys clog you must hIp them
flush off the body's ur nous waste
or you'll be a real sick person,
shortly. At first you feel a du!l
misery In the kidney region, you
suffer from backache, sick head
ache, dtssinsi, stomach rets sour,
tongue coated and you feel rheu-1
ma tic twinges when the weather
Eat less meat, drink lota of wa
ter; also get from anv pharma
cist four ounces of Jad Salts; ta"e
a tahlesooon'u! In a glass of wa
ter before breakfast for a few
days and ynir kidneys will then
act fine. This fpmons raits In
made from the sc'd.of graces and
lemon ju'ee. combined with lithia,
and has ben used for generations
to Hea" c!ogf-i?d kldreys nd stim
ulate them to n"-mal activity, al
so to neutralize the acids in urine
so it no lonxer Is a source of ir
ritation, thus ending bladder
Jad Salts s irr-xpsnslv can
not injure; makei a delightful
effervescent l:thia-water drink
wh'eh evervoe should take now
and then to keep the kidneys
clean and ictlve. Druggists here
sar thev sell lots ot Jad iialts to
'oiks who tclleve In orercomlng
kidney trouble while it Is only
WE NEED EACH OTHER
AX7JnLE it is perfectly true that
y " : .bank could not exist ithbut the
co-operation of the people in a communi
ty, it is equally true that no comjmunity
JL uv fsiz.e cuuiu exisi witnout a Dank.
i m it
United States National realises that
customers and it are interdependent.
un.wt, vYiu, in uit luiuxe as in
past, bend every effort towards adv
ancing all legitimate community inter-
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