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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON '
TUESDAY MORNING; SEPTEMBER 27.-1921
Numerous failures to File
-Contract Announced by
School teachers who hare been
negligent in tiling their contracts
with the county superintendent
are taking a. chance ot forfeiting
a .part, or all of the first month's
salary, , or , yosuibly a larger
amount. ' . '." ' ', : " ;
: , In ease the tearner does not file
contract, the county auperinten
dent shall notify director of the
district, and the full amount dne,
np to the time the contract' is
filed, shall be- forfeited. The re
quirements of this lav 'shall be
forced by couDty superintendents.
The law does not refer to districts
of the size of Kalcm. known
districts of the first class.,
Nor can teachers sidestep the
reading circle work required by
law. No certificate shall 1m reg
istered In a county until the
county superintendent has been
satisfied that the teacher has com
plied with the law In the reading
Mrs. M. L. Fulkerson, county
superintendent. . announces that
she will recommend to directors
that all salaries be withheld until
contracts are properly filed.
Up to September 24 the teach
ers of the following districts in
Marlon county had failed to file
Macleay, Manning. Oak Crore.
Parish yap. Hall, Illahee, Rock
Point, Brooks. Champoeg, Evans
Valley, Mission, Central Howell,
Independence district near Stay
ton, West Woodburn, St. Paul.
Croston, -. SC Louis, Kldridge,
West Stayton, Thomas, Prospect.
McLaughlin, Sweigel, Oak Glen,
Triumph. 'Four Corners, Summit.
Geelan, Paris, Sunnyside, Crooked
Finger and Oakridge.
One teacher of the Hubbard
school has not complied with the
law. At the Liberty school,
south of Salem, two of the teach
ers . had failed to file their con
tracts. Only one of the Mehama
teachers had filed, and one was
missing. at the Turner district.
Woodburn teachers were al3o neg
ligent, as only four had complied
with the law.
By October 3 almost all schools
In the county will be open for the
fall and winter term. Hence,
teachers of the districts where
contracts have not been filed have
scarcely ono week to file their
contracts with the county superintendent.
Newberg Boosters Declare
They Will Make More
Noise than Anyone
Ready to Help You
If yon are subject to biliousness,
gas, bloating, sick headache, sour
stomach or other ilia that result
from indigestion and constipation,
yon can get relief with Foley Ca
thartic Tablets. They are a gen
nine, wholesome physic that af
fords prompt, sure and safe relief
without griping or pain. J: T. Oa
burn, It. F. D. 1, Lucasvllle, O..
v rites:- "Foley Cathartic Tablets,
arefine . I had stomach trouble.
I took Foley Cathartic Tablets and
now I can eat anything. Sold
NEWBERG, Or.. Sept. 26.
Turn, turn; turn, turn; turn, turn:
turn, turn; and a rat a tat. tat, or
Here come the Berrians of New
berg. 50 strong to part'e'pate in
the booster festivities to be staged
under the auspices of the Cher
Uats at the i.f.ate fair Tree
day. They will be there with me
chanical drums and fifes and red
fez caps bearing th? insignia
"Berrians of Newberg."
All of Newberg r. enthused
over the prospect of returning the
compliment of the Cherrlans who
participated in tha berry iestival
last July and present Indications
are that about 100 autcs will line
np In Newberg Tuesday morning
to make the trip to the state fair.
Special yells and songs have been
arranged and the Berrians to be
prominent throughout the day.
The Berrians daraon?t rated
their ability to pull the rope at
the Berry festival, but tney'ro go
ing to pull strings instead at the
Mate fair. Keep your eye on the
Berrians of Newberg.
year, the receipts were 739.70
Since the beginning of the cer
eal year, July 1, local receipts of
wLeat have aggregated 1U.S4;.10o
bushels, or about 8.000,000 bush
els more than came in during the
fame period last season.
The Portland total this year
compares with 7, 221. C00 bushels
of wheat received at all Pus-t
Sound ports in the same time.
Could ITardly StralgMcn Vp
When the kidneys are over
worked and fall to throw out
waste matter from the system, it
causes aches, pains, lame back,
swollen ankles, sore joints, dizzi
ness, floating specks, etc. J. V
Seabock, Chester, Pa., writes:
"My kidneys and back hurt me s
when I got out of bed in th
morning I could hardly straightee
np. Had to nib the small of mj
back before I could walk. J
could hardly button my shoes. 1
haven't felt the soreness since I
took Foley Kidney PilK Sold ev
Circuit Court Suspended
Until After State Fair
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Pamphlets Are Boosters
Folders 'to be distributed by the
Marlon County Realtors associa
tion are ptinted on one side wth
a map of ths part of Oregon, and
with short descriptions of the
many fruits and berries that thrive
Of prunes the folder says:
"Marion county is the largest
primary prune market n the world
for Italan prunes of qualty. Over
half the prune acreage! of Oregon
is In Marlon county district."
On the reverse side of the fold
er Is printed the names of 38 real
tors in Salem, members of the as
sociation, two from Woodburn,
one from Silverton, one from Jef
ferson and two from Mt. Angel.
Mrs. Ora F. Mclntyre, secretary
of the associaton, wll spend the
week at the fair distributing the
folders from the Marion county
Read The Classified Ads.
With no cases set for fair week
In the Marlon county circuit
court, the docket for tin remain
e'er of the court term b-gtnntns
Monday, October 3. is as follows:
Monday, October 3: 9 a. m.
Becke et al vs. Richards: Credit
Service Co. vs. Boggs.
Tuesday, October 4: 9 a. m.
Van Lydegraf vs. Hildebrande:
1 p. m. Stlckney vs. Worthim.
Wednesday, October 5: 1 p. m.
llougham vs. City of Mt. Angel;
Horst vs. City of Mt. Angel.
Friday, October 7, S a. m.
Furrier vs. Martin; 1 p. m.
Rosen a u vs. Lansing.
Monday, October 10, 9 a. m.
Salem Hardware company s.
Taylor; 1 p. m. Young vs. Ferdt.
NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 24.
Professor P. Girandet of the Uni
versity of Paris and Loyola uni
versity, New Orleans, has an
nounced, the discovery of a pro
cess for the manufacture of syn
thetic camphor from turpentine.
Application has been tiled tor a
patent which wil! relieve tl gov
ernment from the present Japan
ese monopoly, he states.
Portland Wheat Receipts
Breaking All Records
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 24.
Receipts of wheat at Portland are
breaking all records this season,
according to reports compiled by
the merchants exchange. The to
tal arrivals from the interior in
the week Just ended were the larg
est in the history of the city,
amounting to 1,835,600 bushels.
In the corresponding wCek last
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The Biggest and Best Assortment at Popular Prices
We are enthusiastic about these Coats and hats. They have to he viewed
to he appreciated and we have no doubt butf that many a woman and miss
who expected to pay much more will b; delighted with these prices. Our
buying direct from the manufacturer, in New York and Philadelphia means
a saving to ydo.
Ladies' Suits.... . ..... . .y. . . . ... ... .$19.75 to $49.50
Ladies? Coats .$12.75 to $45.00
Ladies9 Hats. . . ; . .......... ... ..... .$3.75 to $8.75
Our Prices Always The Lowest
Commercial and Court St.
OIL BOM) HOT
Producers Association of
. California Opposes Nat
RAN FRANCISCO. Sept. ZC,.
The Oil Producers' association ol
'alifornia has declined to have
the federal oil board a party to
any wage agreement because it
would mean "an attempt to na
tionalize the industry." and wOnM
encourage "deliberate shirking of
work" by the oil fields and other
employe?, the association said in
a statement today.
The statement said in full:
"That mediation is only the en
terin'g wedge in the attempt to na
tionalize the oil industry, as
sought for and clearly defined in
statements by the heads of the oil
"That the agreements signed
with the president's media't-on
commission stated: 'No intimida
tion or coercion of any kind Bhall
be used for the purpose of induc
ing or compelling a man to join
the union at any time." This pro
vis on was deliberately disregard
ed by members of the oil workers'
union, and to those men not desir
ing to join. cJ rcive tactics were
persistently carried on to force
them to join the union against
their wish. In the endeavor to
overcome the open-shop clause Jn
the agreement and make the in
dustry 100 per cent unionized..
"That the signing of an agree
ment with the federal board,- or
even the agreeing to submit dls
agreements to a government ad
justr, tends to deliberate shirk
ing of work with the resulting de
crease in efficiency,-as has , been
proven by the experience oj, the
oil companies operated under the
agrements. " . j
"Based upon the above reasons,
the Oil Producers association-of
California has adopted the follow
ing cardinal principle: a ...
'The right and the obligation
of each employer and his employes
to agree on their relations with
out government control." "
The statement was signed by H.
M. Whittier, president and 0. M.
Swindell, secretary of the associa
tion, v I
Large Audience Hears
Multnomah Male Chorus
SILVERTON, Or., Sept. t.
(Special to The Statesman A
large audience welcomed 1 the
Multndmah Male chorus which
gave a concert at the Palace the
ater yesterday afternoon under
the directorship of Prof. O. T.
Storlie. The solo work by H. E.
Lee was particularly appreciated,
a fact which wtis evidenced by
the great amount of applause fol
lowing his numbers. Miss Helga
Hansen, the pianist, was also a
great favorite. She was forced to
respond to three encores before
the audience would desist la ap
plauding and listen to anything
Bride Seriously Hurt
On Way to Walla Walla
Mrs. Susan M. Woods 700
North High street, left yesterday
for Echo, Ore., to assist in atten
dance upon Mrs. Earl L. Woods,
her daughter-in-law, who was
serlobsly injured In a highway
accident last Wednesday near that
Earl Woods and Miss Golda
Farrier were married in Salem a
week ago Sunday and on Tuesday
left by automobile for Walla
Walla, Wash., where both were to
attend school. While Mr. Woods
was repairing a tire on tho high
way atter dark another automo
bile came along and a fender
struck: Mrs. Woods, Injuring hero
seriously. It will be necessary, it
is believed to Temove her from
Echo to Walla Walla on a
Polk County Children
To Compete In Oratory
INDEPENDENCE, Ore., Sept
26. (Special to The Statesman)
On October 27 the oratorical
contest for grade children of the
various schools In Polk county
will be held at the Polk eonnty
fair. Every school in Polk county
Will be entitled to send nn
gate who has learned Lincoln's
ueuysDurg address, and won first
place in his or her own Binni
Etery delegate chosen is asked to
wnte to superintendent Josiah
Wils and notify him that he is the
chosen one from his or her dis
trict. Mr. Wills will then provide
a tree ticket to the delegate with
further information concerning
An Omaha woman has ' in
given birth to her 22nd child!
Does eh deserve medal "
To this exhibiting of the State's glories. Welcome to our beautiful city of Salem, we want you to
feel welcome and free to come and go as you please, make our store one of your headquarters while
in the city and just as a reminder we are now in the midst of
OUR MOST STUPENDOUS SAliE
OF THE YEAR
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PEOPLED cash aronc
That this is the Most Cpllossal Money-Saving Opportunity ever before staged by any merchant this
season. From the very moment we opened our doors, on Friday and Saturday, great multitudes of
people from every compass point of this community congregated to attend this Glorious Feast of Stu
pendous Bargain-Giving Importance.
ale Within a
Former Values to $35
Special for Tuesday
The newest, the most desirable, charming Dresses for evening, afternoon and
street wear, fashioned by the eastern designers. They are of Canton Crepe,
Crepe de Chine, Georgette, Taffeta, Charmeuse. Very artistically finished with
dainty touches of embroidery and lace in sizes from 34 to 42 inclusive and only
78 of them. See our window display. Here we offer you the opportunity to
get just what, you want at a great saving in money. Be here early Tuesday
and get the pick of the lot.
Prosperity Sale Grocery Prices Are of
Value Because of Fair Week
Diamond W. Coffee,
1 tall can milk free.
Best Economy Coffee,
5 cans Carnation or
Borden's Milk ....
5 cans Tomatoes
Armour's medium sized Pork
and beans, 2 cans
5 cans Sardines
5 cans Salmon, tall
Del Monte Sauer Kraut .
Shredded Cocoanut ,
4 oz. Vanilla Extract
4 oz. Lemon Extract
Dry Peaches, pound .
Dry Black Figs, pound
Muscat Seeded Raisins, pound
Bob White Soap, 13 bars
Salted Peanuts .
Mr. F. W. Burch, of Independence wins
100-pound sack of cane sugar, Saturday,
having made the largest purchase of the
day. Every day one sack goes to family
making largest purchases of day.
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