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THfc OREGON STATESMAN,
TUESDAY MORNING.! OCTOBER 25. 102L.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
f state Appralsed--,
The estate of Serena M. Schultz
las beea appraised and the coun
ty court has named Franks.
Jchultx, the administrator as the
only heir. The estatte Includes
,1592.06 on deposit la a Pennsyl
vaila bank, a draft for $85.18 on
the same bank and a lot on Seven.
teenth street, valued at $250. The
; report of Mr. Schultz was approv-
ed as administrator and he was
relieved from further duty,
lt Itef rcslimenU and Special
4 . Entertainment at armory to
night for all members of Ameri
can Legion, Women's auxiliaries
; and their friends. Adv.
Nominations at Next Meeting
. "There will be no limit on the
number of nominations for com-
mander and other officers of the
American legion, Capital post,
No. 9 at the regular meeting to
be held November 1." declared
Dr. B. P. Pound, commander. 'Af-
2 79 p. m.
"Lavender and Old
Hartman j Glasses
Easier and Dettei
. . Wear them and see
faone 12 5 S
lactam a 162V& V. CoauBM&al atrMt
Chop Iw;, HeodJaa an4 Ai
If jhTT. 1m rnia o4 drinks.
Opa 11 ia. to 1 sjs,
for Bpring Planting Order From-
, TUB BAXtEal AUJWKUX VV,
428 Orezon Bulldinic
IA It E M :: . OBBOON
v Phone 176 J
SAVE MIL . i
W ftnvfno vntiv Viftrrlwa.ri And
furniture at The Capital Hard-
ir&re & furniture uo., zao in.
Commercial street. Phone 947
A DM CD Phone
. Pack and Store .
Do yon take
If not, why notT
No other bathi or treatmenti
can produce the permanent re
lief to the person suffering
from disagreeable cold or ail
ments of the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths win,1
- Open S a. m. nntll 1p.m.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Uenuemen attendants
We pay hlgbert price.
We buy and eell everything,.
frVe aell fo leetv
BIB Center St. , llion W8
Monthly school report cards
Yearly school report books,
Manila envelopes for either,
each . . ... Wo
Teachers examination ques
tions for one year certifi
cate, each 8o
Western Songesterj a splen
; did song book - for ' school,
lnstltnte or commnnlty sing
ing, each 23c
Per dozen J
per 100 ..i,..fl2JM
' inr of the shore snppllea
will be shipped same day as
order Is received. - v -
School annuals ana diplo
mas printed In a thoronghly
first class manner.
213 South Commercial St.
ter nominations have been nade.
the boys will have an entire
month to think it over, a elec
tion will not be held unt'l the
December regular meeting." Of
ficials elected at the regular
meeting." Officials elected at the
regular meeting in December,
will take office early in January.
Frank McCrilli to Talk
Frank McCrillis, one of the
leading real estate dealers of
Portland, is on the program to
speak at. the Thursday luncheon
of the Marion County Realtors as
sociation. He will talk on
Dance Tonight at the Armory
If you are a friend of the Am
erican Legion, he there. Special
entertainment and refreshments.
Buys in Staytoi
Grant Murphy is buying real es
tate in Stay ton. A warranty deed
was filed for record yesterady, in
which J. M. Ringo and wife trans
ferred title to four lots In Stayton
to Mr. Murphy. The considera
tion was given as $2,900.
New Kiwanlans 1 "T
Among tne new members of the
Salem Kiwanis club are the fol
lowing with their classifications:
I. R. Smith, tobacco dealer; Art
Laflar, theatre; Albert A. Siewert,
contratcor; R. M. Hofer, publish
er; Paul R. Johnson, clothier;
Fred IL Thompson, surgeon; N.
D. Elliott, printer; Lee N. Unruh,
DUCHIEN Frank Duchien did
at West Salem, Or., October 23,
1921, age 39 years. He is sur
vived by a wife, address not
given. Funeral Kprvlces at
Webb & Clough prrlors at 2
p. m. Tuesday, October 25.
Rev. W. T. Milliken will offici
ate. Interment at Oddfellows
FOSTER Mrs. Nannie A. Fos
ter of Salem, route 4, at a local
hospital. October 22, 1921, age
46 years. She leaves a hus
band, three sons and one
daughter, all residents' of Sa
lem. The body is at the Webb
& Clough parlors. Announce
ments will be made later.
RIGDON $ SON
Webb & Clough
0. L. Scot
UN CLE BEN
"Nmjr, you can
kid lot of
folki, but yon
can't male dii-
yon are too busy
to be lick."
Mental Impulses are the
life Impulses that travel the
spinal nerve line between
headquarters (the brain)
and all its branches (the or
gans and cells of the body).
These Impulses, unless, in
terfered with, perforin their
work with unerring exact
ness. They need no attention
from us. In fact they car
ry on their work whether
we are awake or asleep,
conscious or unconscious.
But like telephone lines,
these nerve lines must be
free and In order. When
Joints of the spine are
slightly out .of line, they
press on spinal nerves. This
Interference causes weak
ness and disease, which
cause of disease the chiro
practor removes by his chl
, ropractic spinal adjust
ments. Chiropractic spinal ad
justments remove the cause
of diseases of the head,
throat, lungs, heart, stom
ach, liver, kidneys and in
fREJSUBE OK SPINAL
SERVES HI DISEASES OF
for an so
m MMS -
uven v ,
Dr. O. L. Scott
Chiropractor, . '
414-19 U. S. Bank BUg.
Phone 87 .
- fir Tlr
Advertising Folders Free
For $tate fair week, the Marion
County! ileal tors association bad
printed; a number of folders, tell
ing oflthe wonders of this part
of the (Willamette c-iey. There
was also a good map of this part
of Oregon. Should any one want
a few of these folders to send to
friends! In the east, they may be
had free of charge at the Com
mercial club or at the offices of
the Marion County ttealtors asso
ciation :405 Masonic temple.
Women's Auxiliary anil
American Legion dance tonight
at armory. Refreshments and
special: entertainment. Adv.
Will Cafl on Merchant
P. B. : Keaney, S. K. Kafoury
and J. i V. Chambers, Jr., coram it
tee from' the Salem Business
Men's league, will call on business
men today to talk over uniform
closing! hours. No attemot will
be mads to secure uniform hours
from different business interests.
but anl effort will be made to se
cure as near as possible a 6
o'clock! closing for Saturdays. It
understood that already, six
millinery stores have agreed i
close at 6 o'clock on Saturdays.
Dance,' Dreamland Rink
Exposition Novelty orchestra.
Wednesday, October 26. Ad?.
Son J llorn-
A son was bom October 23 to
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo S. White of
1465 Oxford street. He has been
named Vernon Sprague. Mr.
White is an attorney with offices
in the t Masonic temnle. He is
also a.Cherrian, serving as secre
tary, and a member of the Salem
Hallowe'en Party Tonight-
Tonight is the Hallowe'en party
at the armory of the American
legion; Capital post Xo. 9, and
the woman's auxiliary. It is an
nounced there will be dancing,
entertainment and refreshments.
Will be closed from 2 p. m. to
p. m, today during the funeral
of an i esteemed employe, Frank
Duchien. II. L. Stiff Furniture
Soon to Go South-
Bent Jones and wife will soon
leave for Long Beach. Cal., nd
San Diego. They expect to spend
the winter In southern California.
Metr! IT Stolen
A nvotometer was stolen from
his machine while it was parked
at South Commercial near State
BtreetB, watt ShipD told tho do-
nce last night.
Our Store -
Will be closed from 2 p. m. to
4 p. m. today during the funeral
of &ri esteemed employe, Frank
Duchien. H. L. Stiff Furniture
C. W Bean, of 2460 Maple ave
nue reported that while being
driven east on State street his
car had teen involved in a collis
ion with a machine bearing Ore
gon license No. 73301 which was
traveling south on Liberty street-
A tire was torn from Mr. Bean'3
car, he reported.
Students Hold Rally
The i royal family held session
at Waller hall yesterday during
chapel period at Willamette uni
versity. Pep talks and a yell ral
ly were held for the coming- game
between Pacific university and
Willamette. Pacific university
has lots of pep and a vry stub-
Dorn game is expectea
Four loads 16-inch m'll wood,
one load planer trimmings, ail for
$11.50. Tracy Wood Co. Phone
Coming 150 a Day
i. Ex-servitie men are sending in
their applications to the World
war veterans' state a:d commis
sion at the rate of 150 a day.
There is a total of about 35.000
former service men 1U th-s state
and It is thought that fully 90
per cent, will have sent in their
preference under the bonus act by
next! May. Up to yesterday, 9.-
632 had applied to the commis
sion.! 3 Of this number, 5,215
have! asked for cash, and 4,41'
for a loan on real estate.
George Arbuckle in Charge
George Arbuckle has been
named as chairman of the enter
tainment committee for the Wed
nesday noon luncheon of Rotar
One !' Xicht, Monday. Oct. 31st.
tnf kwiiirinwf tonm
-W;vH TB EAT YOUR.
i M SEL7 TO THIS
wjnuiu kkai TkrilU
Fan kh-fct ConvuXsej-
Lower floor and Stows balcony,
r $2.00. .
Last 2 rows Balcony, SI. 50.
; 'Add 10 percent war tax
SKAT SALE SATURDAY
I I JIail Orders Novr
ians at the Marlon hotel. He an
nounces that a report will be
made on boys' work to be under
taken by Rotarians. There will
be several short improuptu ad
dresses and a principal sp3aker.
Five loads 16 Inch m il wood
$13.75. Guaranteed two-thirds
cord per load. Prompt delivery.
Spaulding Logging Co. Adv.
Coming From Many Count rl
Men who went into the service
from Oregon are pretty well scat
tered all over the world, as shown
by the applications coming in at
the office of the World war vet
erans' state aid commission. Re
cent applications are from ex-service
men living in China. Hondur
as, England, Szecho-Slovakia.
France and the Canal zone.
Highland Bos Line
See schedule in classified ad.
Deer Hunter Returns t
A. A. Mickel, agent in Salem
tor the Southern Pacific lailway,
returned yesterday from a two
weeks' hunt hunt in southern
Oregon, in the Glendale district.
He reports that he got two deer.
Peach Pits For Sale
California canning plants are
seritling to Salem, shipments of
peach pit3, which are now on the
market for 5 cents a pound. It
will be remembered that in Salem
during' war times, barrels placed
on street corners in the bu3'ness
district of the city, were soon
filled with peach pits, as the war
department had made a call.
Front office room.
Some Tall Corn
Corn stalks measuring exactly
1 1 feet were on display yesterday
at the gra n store of D. A. White
& Sons. It wan grown by Karl
Lachelle. 187 South Thirteenth
street, Salem. There was one
main stock from the one seed of
corn, and then three suckers, de
veloping close to the roots, the
suckers being as large as the
main stalk. The first ear of corn
was six feet from the roots. On
each stalk ther3 were three large
ea of corn and a nubbin.
To the Good Housekeeper
While flour has touched the
lowest price during the past five
years, ranging from $2 to $2.25
a sack, that is about the only sat
isfaction the good housekeeper
has when doing the morning's
marketing. Bsans and rice are
gradually going higher, and in
the same class of climbing for a
higher price level, may be placed
peanut butter, oils and shorten
ing. While canned milks are not
so much higher, prospects are
g,ood for advancing prices during
Salmon For Canning
For best qual'ty and lowest
prices at FItts Market. 444 Court
St. Phone 211. Adv.
Says Queer Weather
A traveler south of Salem said
that oueer weather conditions ex
isted last Saturday. For instance.
while the weather was fair in feJi
lem and Corvallis, Just a few
miles south at Junction City ana
Eugene it rained hard all day and
Will Talk to KJwanians
Dr. Grover Bellinger, superin
tendent of the state tuberculosis
hospital, will be the principal
speaker today at the noon lunch
eon of the Kiwanis club to be
held-at the Marlon hotel.
Neimeyer, Drugs, now open for
business at 175 JN. Com'l St-
F. L. Wilkenson, of 2290 North
Church street, reported to the po
lice that a pile of gravel without
a light as required by ordinance
was standing in front of a resi
dence at 1555 North Fifth street.
J. O. McCrono reported to po
lice that two side curta'ns had
been stolen from his machine last
night while it. was parked near
the Bungalow chufch on Center
street. Mr. McCrone reported al
so that -another machine near his
own had been robbed of two car
tains and a robe.
In Onr New Location
Neimeyer Drugs, now at 175
N Commercial street. Adv.
One of the best edited news
papers and one of the best in ap
pearance In Oregon now is the
Albany Democrat, of which Ralph
Cronlse, formerly of Salem and
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cronise
of this'city. Is one of the publish
ers. The Democrat is nOw printed
on a new Duplex press and has a
new heading for the front page
that improves the appearance of
the newspaper 100 per cent.
To Practice Law at Stayton
Lyle V. McCroskey, graduate
of the University of Oregon, who
was admitted to the bar a few
months ago, will practice law at
Stayton. He has bought the law
office and practice of Virgil H.
Massey. He is a son of T. E.
McCroskey, manager of the 'Sa
lem Commercial club.
A Classified Ad
Will bring you a buyer. Adv.
Will Entertain Elks
The Maitland our, members of
the Meneley Lyceum course, will
appear at the Elks' lodge next
Thursday night in concert. This
is the second entertainment of the
Meneley lyceum, and others will
follow. The program Thursday
evening is for members of the
Talking Leaderslii p
At the T. M. C. A. last night
there was a meeting of the 30
Willamette university students
who have-volunteered to lead the
boys of the Y. M. C. A. In their
various activities. There was a
demonstration, led by C..A- Kells,
of charting a boy according
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Lot In Jones Addition Sold
Ermendarde Bedient and G. W.
Bedient have sold for a consi
deration of $1600, i. tot in the G.
H. Jones addition to the city of
Salem, to Frederick Lafky. The
lot is on the east side of Commer
cial street, between Miller and Le
Estate AppraLsed at $330
The estate of Mary C. Sturgis
has been appraiser at $350. The
county court has set December I
as the date for the final hearing
of the estate.
Ready to serve you at 175
Commercial street. Adv.
Buys in Myers Addition
Nelson Vanderhoff has purchas
ed part of a block in Myers addi
tion to Salem from Alonzo L.
Seamster and wife. The considera
tion was $2,500. Myera addition
is in the southeastern part of the
city between Nineteenth and
Twenty-second streets, north of
Appraisers File Report
M. La. Jones, Charles Hoover
and W. P. Collard have filed with
the county court their appraisal of
the estate of S. W. Jones. The
Lake farm of 80 acres is appraised
at $8,000. Forty acres in Clacka
mas county is valued at $800 and
lots in Brooks at $200. The total
appraisal of the estate amounts
Moved to 175 N. Com'l
Hag at Half Mast
Postmaster Huckstein has re
ceived instructions from the post
master general at Washington,
that on Armistice day the flag
shall fly at half mast during the
entire day and for two minutes
following noon, 12 o'clock, all
At the meeting held last night
at the Commercial club, it was
stated that records showed that
1,700 cars passed the Valley Pack
ing Company plant every 24
hours. As to whether there would
grounds during fair week if a
viaduct were serving for both the
Silvefton road and Pacific high
way, It was Stated that during the
last fair, at times the congestion
was so great that cars extended
almost a mile north of the fair
grounds and coming from the
south, as far as Capitol street.
Two Marriage Licenses
Licenses to marry were issued
yesterday to two couples, as fol
lows: Alvin O. Krug, of Silverton,
a farmer, and Elsie M. E. Wikoff,
ef .Salem, rural route 9, a teacher.
They will be married October 26.
Also to Virgil C. Statson of 228
North Capitol street, a clerk, and
Leona M. Philo, a cashier, also
of 228 North Capdtol street. They
will be married October 25.
Reported by Union Abstract
O. D. Bower, sheriff, to City of
Salem, lot 3, block 1, Oaks ad
dition to Salem, $12 .86.
O. D. Bower, sheriff, to City of
Salem, lots 10 and 11, block 7,
Oaks addition to Salem, $250.90.
O. D. Bower, sheriff, to City of
Salem, lots 10 and 11, block 4,
Oaks addition to Salem, $250.92.
O. D. Bower, sheriff, to City of
Salem, lots 7 and 8, block 11,
Oaks addition to Salem, $256.71.
O. D. Bower, sheriff, to City of
Salem, lot 1. block 3, Burlington
addition to Salem, $68.35.
. A. and Adelia C. Riggs to
PuTVipe & Nathman, part lots 7
and 8, block 32, Salem, $10.
F. J. and Helene Lafky to the
heirs Mrs. E. S. Kingston, lot 69,
Ewald Fruit farms, $664.
II. R. Knudson et ux to Dewey
C. Gearin, 5 acres in Gearin do
nation land claim, 4-2-W., $100.
Oust and M. Bealy to Mike
Oster, half acre in section 3-6-1-W..
Amy Harding to Marion coun
ty, 9.10 acres L. Oussam donation
land claim 5-2-W., $100.
John and Catherine Gilles to
A. A. Klinger, 200 by 200 feet in
Mt. Angel, $1.
Alois and Louise M. Keber to
A. A. Klinger, east half of block
1, Robert Holzgang addition to
Mt. Angel. $1.
Wilhelm and Otilia Komp to A.
A. Klinger, west half block 1,
Robert Holzgang addition to Mt.
R. P. Boise et al to A. J3. Pratt,
lot 8. block 3, Boise's addition to
C M. and Crittenden and E.
Courand to S. M. Granstzke, lots
9 to 14, block 4, and lots 4 to 6.
block 3, Broadacres, $120.
R. P. and M. B. Boise to R.
W. Davis, south half lot 8, blk.
28. Salem, $10.
R. W. and Mabel Davis to Al
fred J. Harnsberger, south half
lot 8. block 28, Salem, $10.
Ella M. Owens to Anna S.
Owens, lot 6, bfock 28, Capital
Park addition to Salem, $400.
Marion Jackson to Rena Jack
son, lots $ and 4, block 12. Depot
addition to Salem, $10.
W. R. and Mary L. Phelps to
G.'C. and Minnie E. Girens, 10
aCfes in section 12-8-3-W-, 110.
). D. Bower, sheriff , to City of
I Sal?m, lots 1 and 2, block 3, Oaks
addition to Salem, $256.39.
G. C. and Minnie E. Givens to
W. R. and Mary, t. Phelps, lot
5, Walker's addition to Salem,
F. X. Bouillard to George Cad
well, lot 16. sub. lot 29, Capital
Home addition to Salem, $10.
J. W. and Emma Ebner to John
and Mary A. Kleczynskl. 6.14
acres section 36-5-3-W., $1.
W. R. and Mary L. Phelps lo
C. 11. P.ronguccio.i lot 5. Walk
er addition to Salem, $10.
M. E. and Althea Pogue to W.
A. and Neva Stark ey. lot 23,
Fairlodga addition to Salem,
J. T. and Emma Cannon to M.
D. and Sarah Ramsby, 5 acres
near Silverton, "-1-W, $10.
M. D. and Sarah Ramsby to J.
T. and Emma Cannon, land in Jas
Brown D. L. C. in Silyerton, $10
and other. ;
Henry R. Graves et al to Reu
ben R. Graves. 3.80 acres in lot
69, Ewald. J. J., $1.
E. T. and Anna Ci Foster to Fan
nie E. Morrison, lot 5, block 10,
Depot' addition to Salem, $10.
Robert A. and Edith H. Hop
kins to G. H. Grabenhor-jt, part
block 3. St. Elmo addition to Sa
W. F. Gingrich to Johan M. and
Lorenz. land near Hubbard, $10.
Amelia A. Conick to Margaret
Frank 80 acres, section 33 and
34. 8-1-W, $12,00d.
Arthur D. Hanson to Antone
and Lena Miller, 30 acres, section
It. J. Holsater to Ole and Em
ilie Brenden, lot in Jas Brown D.
L. C. 6-1-W, Silverton. $1325.
Wilbur A. and C. B. Johnstone
to Phebe Ann Green, 1800 square
feet in Woodburn.; $700.
E. P. Heim to Henry Earl
Heim, S. W. hi of S. E. hi sec
tion 17-9-3-E, $10
Jakob and Anna Diehl to A. A.
Klinger, 4 tracts in Mt. Angel. $1
Jacob and Paulene Mauss to A.
A. Klinger, 200x260 feet in Mt.
B. L. and Sylenda Schmidt to
A. A. Jilinger, lot 3-4-5-6, block
2, Holzgang addition Mt. Angel,
Gaphart D. and Veronica Eb
nere to A. A. Klinger, lots 1 and
2. block 9, Palmer's 2nd addititon
to Mt. Angel, $1. i
Paul Fuehs et ux to A. A. Klin
ger, lots 1 and 2 and 7 and 8,
block 2, Holzgang's addition to
Mt. Angel, $1.
R. L. and Mary Young to A. A.
Klinger, lots 7 and 8, block 7,
Palmer's 2nd addition to Mt.
Herman and DIna Wessels to A.
A. Klinger, lots 3 and 4, block
10, Palmer's 2nd addition to Mt.
August Klinger to A. A. Klmjr r,
lot's 7 and 8, block 10 and lo;.-; 5-6-7-8,
block 9, Palmer's 2nd ad
dition Mt. Angel, $1.
Elis Cook et al to Charles Al
lison, lot 3 block 10, Depot addi
tion to Salem, $10.00.
E, Hartley et al to Will Zuls
dorf, lots 13 and 14 Edgewood,
Alice Wilhelm to Lucinda Sim
mons, 45.93 acres James ' Webb
donation land claim, 6-2 west,
Pearley L. Winnifred Barber to
V. A. Cochran, IoIb 8 and 9, block
32. Highland, $10.00.
A 9 Reel Super-Picture
Played Columbia Theatre,
Portland at 50c
No Raise In Prices
Matinee 25c, Evening 35c
TODAY AND TOMORROW
USE LESS than of higher priced brands : '
MILLIONS OF POUNDS BOUGHT BY THE GOVERNMENT
Alice Wilhelm to Constantly
L. and Minnie Willis. 44.40 acres
James Webb donation land claim
6-2 west, $10.00.
Alice Wilhelm to Joseph and
Tht resa Schluhter, Jr.. 47.50 ac
res Jme Webb donation land
clairi 6-2. west. $10.00.
U. B. Scott et al to II. Funrue
and Sever J. Qualey. right of way
containing 1.04 acres section 13-
Jf The incidents that transpire .In this atmosphere;
J the! rearing of the brood froni babyhood to full
growth, the flight from the olq nest, and the sud
den happy homecoming of the! flock are so uner
ringly trtue to life that one is constantly assailed
by the shock of memories long (hidden beneath the
dust of years. ' , 1
"The Old Nest" Now Af The Orepm
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
General Banking Business -
Office Hours from 10 a. jn. to 3 p. m.
Now is the titme of year io commence to feed
your stock molasses. We have he genuine cane feed
molasses and the price is reasonable. Try a barrel
and see the results. It certainly! will pay. you.
Beet pulp is acknowledged fy all dairymen to be
a wonderful feed and those that use it, certainly find
that it gives great results. It will increase the milk
flow from 10 to 25 per cent when properly fed. And
the price is right. We handle the high grade Molas3es
Dried Beet Pulp, the best on the! market. ,
D. A. White! & Sons
THE SAFER WAY
IT involves too much risk to carry any
considerable amount o cash with you
on extensive auto or train trips. Much
better to take money iii the. form of
These are obtainable from the United
States National in convenient amounts,
are readily cashable, and free your mind
from fear of robberv. $
Come in and let us
take that next trip.
&ALEM in '" mrnnTT
For over 30 years
7-1 we$t, 1150.00 ."'."
L. C LydU Hoffman to Fran- '
cis W. Iware 31.56 acres 3-2 weal
$1.00 and other,
E .El and Minnie M. Ribertcon
to E. If. Robertson, west one-halt
lot 5, Smith's Fruit Farms, $10.00.
Antc(ne and Lena Miller to Tho
mas Bfegler, 20 acres Wni. Simp
son donation land claim 8-1 west,
255 State Street
fix yoii up before
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