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6 THE. OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OftEGON '
: 1 r t M i, RICH AND POOR SUFFER ALIKE .DURING , MILK STRIKE.
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TthrTpgnA v t mob vfictT NOVEMBER 10. 1921
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STAYTON PERSONALS HEWS NOTES
STAYTON,' Ore., Nov. 3. -Leo
Bailey and family arrived in Stay
toa Wednesday Irom Dcnd where
they hava spent , the past few
months. 5 They will take up their
residence In their home property
on West Water , sereet.
Carl Fryer, wire. and daughter
of Portland, in company with Paul
Gardner and wife of North Pow
der were week-end guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gard
ner, x -
Prank Blakely wao left Stay
ton seven months ago to go east
in search of health, returned the
last of the week to his home here.
While away Mr. Blakely visited
most all the states and principal
cities east of the Rocky Moun
tains. The trip, has proved very
beneficial to him, his former good
health having been restored.
While away, he was married to art
eastern woman who was a friend
of his boyhood days, and he
brought his bride home with him.
The Mehama basketball team
played the return game with Stay
ton 1 nthe local gymnasium Fri
day night, the honors going to
Mehama. Following the same a
basket supper wa senjoyed.
C- S. Clark, former editor of
The Stayton Mail returned Tues
day of last week and moved: his
family and household effects to
Salem vwhere 1 they will live. Mr.
Clark and his wife made many
friends during ten years of their
residence In Stayton.
II. C. Ackerman, who Is associ
ated with Vlck Brothers of Al
bany, was in Stayton Saturday
looking after his business Inter
ests here. '
Art Cornelius, who at one time
was ' in business in Stayton, was
here a day or two last week look
ing over old haunts.
Mrs. Mary Eisenhart, Mrs. Will
iam Cornish, "Ben Fresh and Ed
Jacobs motored to Silverton on?
day ... last week . where they spent
the day. - The trip was made in
Mr. Jacobs' car. " v
Mr. and Mrs.' E. O. Sleemund
droveln from Fern Ridge Friday,
spending the day . with Stayton
friends.. . " v
Armistice day will pass quietly
in Stayton, no public demonstra
tion being planned for the day. A
dancing party In the evening will
mark the occasion -for the young
people of this community. A pat
riotic program will bo put on by
the school, at the auditorium on
Thursday afternoon. i
Mr, and Mrs. Carl Downey came
in from their farm home east of
Sublimity Saturday for a days'
Several car loads of Masons
from the local oldge went to Mill
City Saturday night to organize a
lodge at Mill City. They were
scheduled to go there some time
ago to put on the work but illness
In the family of the grand master
necessitated a postponement.
. Olin, the little son of Mr, and
Mr (j force Davie . enjoyed h'a
ninth, birthday Tuesday when a
party of his young friends gath
ered at his home to help celebrate
the occasion. Games dear to the
heart of a 9-year-old boy made
the occasion a happy one.
Mrs. Lon Kelly of Roseburg, is
visiting friends in this section of
the valley. . ,l
E, B. Watters 1 sout again after
an attack of ton'silitis.
Mrs. Newt Allen and daughter,
Leota of Fox alley, were In Stay
r Norval Fisher came over from
O.A.C. where he is attending col
lege, for the last week-end.
W. II. Hobson and E. C. Titus
were looking after business in Sa
John and Ed Blalcesly were
here over the week-end, visiting
their father, W. F. Blakely who
returned home last Friday. !
Quarenti'ne notices are up at
the Forrest Mack home as one of
the younger Mack children has
scarlet fever. Every precaution is
being taken to prevent any spread
of the disease.
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BDuQS IE SOLD
Salem Securities Amount
ing $28,29,35 Sold
By City "Council
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The bond firm ots Ralph Schnee-
loch company; of Portland was the
successful bidders for $28,239.35
Salem bonds. Bis were opened
at the Monday evenlcg mcetins
of the city council.
The following bids were sub
mitted to the council:
United ; States National bank
for the Lumberman's Trust com
pany of I Portland, $28,264.35;
Ladd & Bush, $28,250; Salem
Bank of Commerce, par tor $10,
000 of the bonds; Ralph Schnee
loch company of Portland, $28,-
It will be noted that the bonds
were sold to the Portland firm on
a bid of only $7.3 in excess of
the offer of Ladd & Bush.
On December 31, 1920, the mu
nicipal bond , debt of the city of
Salem amounted to $474,000.,
However, since that date the city
has paid off $34,000 of these
bonds. During the year 1920. the
city paid off $39,050 of its mu
nicipal bonds. I
In 1916 the city tax levy was
14 mills,.; according to the records
of the city recorder's office. In
191? the city's was at the rate of
121 milis. It was the same 'in
WIS., In 1919 the
the eity vas .13.9 and in 1920
the city's levy was -13-7. . "
In other words the levy for the
city's expenses of doing business
is now lessi than aurmg me m
year of the war.
IIU8BAX1 : AM WIFE ..WHITE
Mr and airs. James - Carson.
Columbus. N. .M-, sign a letter
saying, "We have both .concluded
we shall never be without oley
Cathartic Tablets and . we believe
them to rbe essential , to gooa
fcealth." hey keep the stomach
swjeet. liver active and bowels
regular. They banish constipa
tion, biliousness, sick ; headache,
Rtnmacb. sas On
tfiraa.h i bad breath, coated
tongue. Not habit forming. Sold
NEW CORPORATIONS k
. Articles of incorporation were
filed yesterday by the Central Or-
egon Hardware & Implement com
pany, capitalized at $5000. The
incorporators are W. O. Krlngift.1
MargweriCe . Kringie ana aoiiiii ;
11. Graham. : i ':'
jResoluuna" or Al&soiouon ?wcra.
Wed "by the Eastern Maaufactnr--ins
"company and the -Wmia-co
company, botn or i-oruano.
.YOUTHFCIi DEFIXITIOX -
Washing dishes !s no adventure"
not for children-Of the, Greeley
school. ' i
In dictionary work conducted by i
Miss Lillian Walton, teacher to
the fourth grade and nnder the
direction of the Franklin branch :
of the public library, AIlss Valton.
vwhat Is an adventure?"
A little fellow raised his -hand. t :
"An adventure is when you go
to do somcihlng," Che aald j-
"Well, now, suppose I go to
wash some .dlshea," auestioned,
Miss Walton. i
VNo that's no ad? enture -it s
only when you do .sometntng.
To the q uestion : ".WJiat is .
disturbance?" the answer came
quickly: "Whenever a -.person
makes . a fuss.- Minneapolis
i kWhim th milk drivers in New York city went out on a strike and the delivery of milk was stopped.
hntJi th rich and th doot suffered alike. The tictare on the left shows the chauffeur i of a well-to-do.
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fciHE KNOWS AFTER 0 YEAKS j JUSLness "lan geuuijg nuut airecfc uum uiu wuiy, wuuo vuo vuc wu uic """" Juu"b
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A cold, even when It has devel
c-ped a hacklne couch, difficult
breathing, sleepless nights, raw or convention which is to be held
throat and sore lungs, even then I in Salemi February 16 to 19. He
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Honey and Tar. . Mrs, Miuon i rai
wane, uox 3Z. Ataua, Mica., Eakin ot tne Capital
writes : "i nave usea f'oiey-s bank is ithe chairman
rjr uuu iui iui iiiu i-tiM wu
In cjonference with the gene-
commlttee' of , which Harold
He ! out-
There will be a present
to every adult paying
admission to the ?
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Two Shows 7 9 .
Coimlry Store Both;
Contest' for the
and find there 13 no other cough L,,ic)a . manv hf.lnf-ii
or croup remedy; like it. Yon M8 .-1- iL..lP
It gets right J suspB 1 B 1 iie-wuuciiiuu
may ntn mv nsime
at thn aat of the trouble. Child- I ranKemenis.
ren like it.
turkeys, grousa, quail or par
tridges, wild ducks and the intro
duced pheasants and gray par
tridges, by Elizabeth and Joseph
".Toasts for ell Occasions." se
lected and arranged by Edithe
Lea Chase, and Captain W. E. P.
French. , -
"The Christian Approach lo
Social Morality," three lectures by
Following the interview I Mr. iPichard Clark Cabot, on the con-
ftobjlnsott and Mr. Eakln looked isecration of the affections and ro-
VISITS liJ CITY
Committees 'Are Appointed
to Have Charge-of State
'" Convention Here
over thej armory which has i been
leased for the convention, j The
armory Is the only building ih the
City big enough to accommodate
the gathering. !
The following persons have
been named by Mr. Eakin rof
chairmen of the various .commit
tee:! Entertainment Lucile Ross;
registration, Elizabeth Hogg; i
nance, Ross Miles; publicity, R.
L Putnam; junior; Mrs. K. .
Putnam ( guides and page, How
ard Zinser; music. Miss Alice
Judd; rbcreation, Elsworth An3-
low Other committees are yet
tq be appointed.
Le Roy Robinson of PorUand. S Af r- Putnam, puDiicuy cnair-
president ot the Oregon Christian iWJ V'-
Hndeavor, was in Salem last Sun-I f "I beijieve that the biggest pro
day afternoon in the interest of j blem in jcohnection with the whole
tne Dig au-staie cnristian inaeav- i aiiair is ine entertainment pi tno
I convention, it is no small mat-
:ter to entertain 1000 delegates,
,but I believe that Salem is the
one citys in the state that can and
Will do! it. It is going to be a
splendid opportunity for the city
i to induce, through its welcofaie to
f these young people; many of them
to make Salem their future home.
I trust that the churches, homes,
and business houses and all com
mercial and civic Interests will be
come interested in this gathering
and help to make it the biggest
Christian Endeavor - convention
ever held Jn the state of Oregon.
port of the commission on social
"Far to Seek'fa romance of
England and India by Maud Di
ver. "The First Sir Percy," an ad
venture of the Laughin Cavalier,
by Baroness Orczy.
For The Children
"Wonder Tales of the World."
retold by Constance Arm field.
"Granny's Wonderful Chair and
its Tales of Fairy Times," by
story of Uncle .Nick among the
Shoshones, by Elijah Nicholas
"Martin Crusoe", a boy's ad
venture on Wizard Island, by T.
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Cohen Buys Interest
Of Former Partner
Harry Cohen has purchased the
interest of his partner, Sam Per
nor, and is now sole propreitor of
the Paris Shoo store,- 357 State
Mr. Cohen has already put in a
much larger stock than has been'
carried heretofore, and says his
new policy will be "a smaller
profit but a larger turnover."
"In every sale we make our
Lrule, as heretofore, will be 'They
Clogged Ahr Passages Open at
Once -Xostrils Cleared
'The White Indian Boy," the Must Satisfy.'
If your nostrils are clogged and
your head , stuffed because of
catarrh or a cold,! get Ely's Cream
Balm at any dvug store. Apply
a little of this pure, antiseptic.
germ destroying cream into your.
nostrils and let It penetrate
through every air! passage of your
1 head and - membranes. Instant
How. good it feels. Your head
is clear. .Your nostrils are open
iou breathe rreeiy. xso more
hawking or snuffling. Head colds
and catarrh yield like magic
Don't stay stuffed up, choked up
and miserable. Relief is sure. -
New Scrims, .
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Marquisettes and i
, Urn In '
jusz received .jsusa
Scrims in White, Cream and Ecru
color v "
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Commercial arid Court Streets
Store Close AH Day Friday, .Aimistice'Day
. Mi$$ Du Pont
'fThe Rage of Paris"
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Chas. Chaplin' Sunday
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$3.00 Round Trip to
1 Portland Every ' Day
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On and after October 21st the
Oregon! Electric Railway! will sell
round trip tickets to Portland for
?3 including war tax,, good for
return to and including the sec
ond day from date of sale,
r f I -J. W. RITCHIE,
-Adv.! Agent, 0. E. Ry
AT THE LIBRARY
Take the Sunset Route
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The1 Sunset Limited
. (No Extra-Fare)
" Operating Daily Between -,
The Golden Gate and The' Crescent City
Offers all the Comforts of Modern Travel.
Through Sleeping Cars
San Francisco and Los Angeles,
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New Orleans and Washington r
.Observation Car and Dining Car all the way
Connection is made at New Orleans with Southern Pa
cific Steamers for New York also rail connections
: with limited and express trains to northern and eastern
cities. : -
New One-way Fares; East through California, without
additional cost, Liberal Stopover Privileges, and the
Apache Trail Side Trip will appeal to you.
Inquire of. Ticket Agents for further particulars or
Southern Pacific Lines
JOHN M. SCOTT, . , ,
. General Passenger Agent
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
THIS STOBE WILL CLOSE ALL DAY FRIDAY IN OBSERVANCE OF AEMIBTICE DAY
ith lSUiagnetic WargQln&ln
As wellias on other days, Folks, we are going right ahead enlarging and expanding, scrapin? together all possible room to house the
mighty values that we have in store for you. You'll find some wonderful specials! here everyday but Thursday seems to be a day
where additional bargabs are offered! together .with our usual bargain giving 'days. 5 ; ; 1 ; 1
3 I '' i I .Xcw Hooks . :' ;
1 "The Working Forces in v Jap
anese Politics." a brief account of
political, conflicts 1861-1920, by
i !"China of the Chinese, a nop-
Ular stndy of Chinese life and in
stitutions, by Edward T lTheodoto
Chalmers i Werner.
i"Modern Steam Engfneerlne In
Theory! and Practice," the fourth
edition jof this practical book for
steara- users, electricians firemen
and engineers, by Gardner D. Ilie-
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! ."Manual of Wireloas Telegra
phy and Catalog- of Radio Teli
praith Apparatus," a pamphlet by
the Manhattan Electrical Supply
Co. Inc. ;
4 Exporting to the World.- z
manual! of practical export for all i
who are interested or engaged in
foreign 1 trade, by A. A. Preciado.
I "The Calorific Power of Fuels"
with a collection of, auxiliary ta
bles and tables showing the heat
cf combustion of tuels, solid, 11
rjuid and j gaseous, by Jlerman
("Chemistry for the ' Engineer
Electrician and ,the .Practical
Man!" y Charles A. Watkins
"Oregon Plue Hook and Official
Directory, 1921-1922." compiled
by Sam, A. Kozc-r secretary ot
The Makir.s: of Leather." by
Henry It. Procter. i .
J i "Hides and Leather In France'
by Norman Herts.
i"The Story of Ropo." the his
tory anJ the modern development
of rope making, ronsp'-lei snd pul
ljhd' byi the Plymouth Ccrdage
company, u - -
' ! MPr'lik''f ts, " and
runners:- frow to Plan Therm, How
ti Sefvc Them: How to Behave
at Them.' a book for the school
and homo, by Mary I). Cbnmbern.
: "Came Fanning For Profit and
Pleasure,' a pamphlet on the wild
125 Dozen Polly Prim Aprons
Madfe of fine Cheeked Gingham -and Percales all are
, attractive and desirable colors; neatly trimmed.
Thursday special ..:
In assortment of colors, all
Ml 5 c and 10c Laces
Including Torchan and
Valencienne Laces, assort
ed widths. Thursday
yard . . .
$1.25 Cedar Oil 1
just - in; all
One big lot
160 yard spools Thursday special.
Fleisher Weol Yarn
29c quality, one ounce ball.
' " Special per ball ,
35c Hard Fancy
Children's Wool Sweaters
Small sizes only- in colors, of, gray, red, and
blue while they last. ' j a
Thursday special TTC
A Few Big Values from Our Up-Stairs Store
Serge and Silk Dresses
Beautiful Serge and Silk Dresses, embroidery trimmed, contrasting trimmings and self trimmed. These
A New Arrival of $8.50 Value
come in Navy blue and other colors,
Special for Thursday only at
We Always Sell For Less
$7 Jersey Sport Coats
Excellent quality Jersey Coats in black, brown
xkayy blue and redr ( j K(
Special for Thursday ' only, at., V)uU
In screes and Jersey's, brown and navy
Special for Thursday (&A "Cfl
Only at i :-pfftdU
Ladies' fine Cotton
hose, with hem top.
Special, for Thurs
day only. ;
j from our up stair r store :
One lib. can
Five j lb
2 lbs. for
ar, 3 lbs for 0
rive . lb. H can
Three lb. can
'One lb: can
Llpton'a Tea, . jw
ftl lb. for.... DC
Calumcf Baking Pow-
rv der.- .. .. -' 1
6 lb. "can.V" 'V
Sturdy and well made,
15c Market Baskets.
Special, each .
-45c Heavy! Oil
T Cloth! .
.In a bi& -assortment of !
Shop Where The Crowds Buy
In all colors
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, , Only Four More Days
- t Soracsthingt doing evejy day; live wire
special iniall .dcpaitmonts--mafly .now arri
vals, placed on sale at unbelievable LOW
TRICES. Com IckImj-, Come Every Pay.