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THE 'OREGON STATESMAN SALEM,-OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING.- NOVEMBER 20, 1921
INDEPENDENCE AND MONMOUTH BRIEFS
PAINTING IN $500,000 DISPUTE-. "
1NDKPHNDENCK, Or., Not. 18.
(Special to The Statesman.) -JW.
If. Walker and wife have heen
spending a few days with friends
In Portland, I-
' The DramatleArt club ot the
Oregon state normal gave a pro
gram Jast night of three one-act
plays Jn the chapel, entitled "The
Kleptomaniac," by Margaret Cam
eron; "Unele Jimmey." by Cona
"Gale, and the "Land of Heart's
Desire' by W. H. Yeats;
Mrs Kate Ingram, who -has
been on the sick list for several
days. Is much improved.
Five pupils of the Independence
training school have been award
ed the Hirschberg dollar for mer
itorious scholarship during the
past semester. .They are; , First
grade, Eugene MacCarthy; sec-
Offers tBig Values This
1918 Chevrolet Touring
r 1920rMaxwell Touring :.
1920 Ford Coupe... i . ...
1917 Overland 75.!.:
1917.Buick Light Six.
191 7.Buiek Big Six, 7 passenger..... .
1917 Ford Touring
1917 Grant Six......
, :z&919. 7 passenger Chandler.,.;...
191 . Chevrolet.. ; .
1917 Ford Chassis.-
u 7 passenger Hudson 6-40..H'..l.
V51-4 1920 fPaige Sedan.. ....
--"'J ; 1920 ' Day - Elder Truck.
(1S20 Ford Coupe-
341 North Commercial St
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CAR i "pffes I
Dealer t , :
... 450 I ' ffy ' I
550 hi WW'?y: I
- 325 I " ; Lf II
,1175 I K v (I
...,.350 -II t H
....... 95 ' Hi lli ii ii I iiniim i - ' .....1 j I H
and 24 foet high, tHe more he is
iiulmed to the road under lire
railway. And he says . it will
'prove as satisfactory and cost
Improved Stayton Team'
Holds Scio 13 to 7
Stayton high schol grldironer
are juuiiaui uvci t hk-m sjrx t.
of the experienced Scio team Fri
day night on the stayton neia.
Stayton -never knew what a
football was until this year. When
the Stayton players tackled Scio
early in the season, the Scio team
fairly wore itself out making
touchdowns. It piled up a score
of 5t to 0, and then had to quit
because there was no more chalk.
But when the two met again Fri
day. Stayton gave the invaders
the scare of their lives, by tolding ,
the score to 13 to 7j tester Day;
of Willamette, refereed th rame.
A pie social ; was j fceld Ftidafy
night for tbje benefit of tbe foot
ball fnnd. and the hungry friends
of the team turned! in $5 cash
and a good time to hoot for the
cause of athletic.
Dallas talgn school was sched
uled co play the ! rast-romins
Staytonians, NovenibeT 12, bnt
cancelled the game that that Stay
ton had already considered as
tucked under the Stayton belts.
Principal E. F- Uhderwocd has
charge of the Stayton school athletics.
all-fired stuff had klcke4 the bot
torn out f a bottle and knocked
a whole row. of canned fruit If
the shelf." - '
Use Statesman Classified Ada-
tx , ,
Begins November 23rd--Walt
Matty Howdy, Old Top; has
your new batch got any kick?
Joe Kick? You said it! Last
night I heard a' report in the cel
lar and when I reached the scene
of the explosion I found that the
LADD BUSH, BANKERS
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General Banking Business .
, Office Hours from 10 a, m. to 8 p. m.
BEGIN Your Christmas Buying NOW
The ideal gift for your boy or girl can be selected from
our large showing of Columbia, Dayton and 'Heavy '
Service bicycles. , Surely nothing would please them
You can make a mall.dpwn. payment now, a small pay-
ment eaeh .week and we will deliver the bike to your ;
home Christmas evp. , . '-j ; - 4 - ;
LLOYD IE. RAMSDEN
. 387 Court Street '
La Belle Ferroniere, said to hare been painted by Leonardo Da
Vinci 402 years ago,- which has caused a lawsuit involTin $500,000.
Sir Joseph Duveen, a noted art dealer, whose criticism of the painting
is the subject of the suit. Is being sued for that amount by Mrs. Andree
Hab.n,; niece of the Marquis de Chambure of Brittany. Sir Joseph Is
said to have called the painting a copy. lie declined to make a state
ond grade. Ruth Wilson; third
grade. Naomi Hewitt; fourth
grade, Roberjt Iliff; sixth grade,
JLee Baker. " ;
jAlfred jLoy and Clifford Wells
attended the! feun day school con
vention In Salem as delegates
from Beuna Vista.
William Lawrence and family
ofj Portend ;moved to ,the Peter
Hansen property. Mr. -Lawrence
is employed iin the Willard Mc
clain shop at Buena, Vista.
Ai agreeable surprise was per
petrated on Mr8, W. H. Millhol
len. on.Silh jstreet this afternoon
at her home when neighbors came
iq on her father unexpected to
rftmind her 'that the event, was
her birthday; They brought with
liettiiren filled baskets and the
of the highest order.
Anything fror patching,
a small ' puncture to vul
canizing, retreading, ete-.
Investigate our work
manship, then ask our
low prices. Youll be surprised,
Katty I Korner
afternoon was delightfully spent.
Normal students,; both as indi
vidualsand in groups, raised a
considerable sum of money to aid
the relief work. in. the Ne.ar East.
The cause was graphically pre
sented to them at a chapel hour
last week ..by Miss Margaret Reel
of JeOerson high school in Port
land, ilisg Reed. has been grant
ed a- six weeks' leave of absence
by her school bdard to speak in
behalf of this relief work in whiQh
she to6k an active part in 117
and 1918. j .
Mrs. Susie Carter and family of
Hopville have moved to SaTem
where they will llva permanently.
John Iianna is building a mod
ern and most commodious resi
dence on his farm northwest .Of
town. He will have the building
wired and install an electric
lighting and pumping plant. x4
. Miss Elizabeth Snllivan Of Myr
tle Point is a guest at the home! hi
Mr. and Mrs. George .rCabt&yv
She is on her way 'to Gatiadai;for
a two months' visit.- .
v Sood audiences continue to
greet" the Maxey meetings- which
are in progress in " the Christian
ohurch. The nieeUnwill,. Con
tinue nightly for' the balance of
the month. - , '
A. . O. Williams has disposed
of his barber shop to A. G. Wat
kins, who took possession the first
of the week.
.Mrs. George Carbray, Miss Liz
zie Sullivan, Mrs.- W. J. Clark
and son Horace were Salem visi
Kditor Ecker was in Salem Sat
Dr. Snapp was a Sunday visi
tor with his family, leaving Monday-
for Portland, where he is
pfacticnig his profession.
Mrs. James Hanna of Portland
Is making an extended visit with
her parents here.
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Ap-ain we rail vnnr ftttMrlon tn f he r erent RED UiCTI 0NS on KELLY
5r KINurih LLI 1 iKto ;
it s .
30x3 4rpljv 7500 miles guarantecl: .&L.ji:......
aux3ft 5-piy, ,7500 mile Sruarantee,..;.4.
30x312 Cord, 10,000 mile guaranteed.. J
Old Price New Price
...$120 w v. r ,.-
iCords 20 per cent. Tubes 20 per cent. Solids 15 per cent
- - - Old Price New Price
32x3ft.il $36.60 $29.30
32x4 $46.00 $36.8Q A" 5x4ftd.....
33x4 .J.Li.L $47.60 $38.10' 36x4
34x4 .d..... $49.40 , 33x5
.. 32x4HL,;' ;;;;l-,:;:..,$53.00 $42.40 V 35x5
33x1 V2.M 12.. $55.00 $444)0 37x5 t.
Old Price New. Price
34x4.... i ..$55.40 $44-i0
IT-COSTS NO MORE TO BUY A KELLY
uackenbush ' Auto
At the Kelly Springfield Corner " " ' , : -
Committee Member Beiieves
This Method Would Be
Better Than Viaduct
Fred A. Erixon, chairman of
the committee appointed by the
Commercial club some time ago
to look to extending Capitol stieet
and the question of securing bet
ter conditions as to the railroad
crossing, has come to the conclu
sion that an under-cut roan, pas?
ing under the Southern Pacific
track is much to be preferred' to
"After looking into both an nn-der-cut
and a viaduct as a means
of solving the railroad crossing
question, I am emphatically in fa
vor of the under-cut," Mr. Erixon
"I find the railroad track is
already five feet above the level
of the highway and in passing nn
der the. track we would have to
make only a clearance-of from 15
to 17 feet. This would not e
quires a rery deep cat. : :
"I believe a sewer "could be
constructed - at" a cost" of '$ 1 4010
properly to drain an under-cut
road. This sewer could be made
,12 inches in diameter and this
Would serve all purposes to guafd
against all possible stoppage of
"With a viaduct, we are oblig
ed to rise at least 22 feet and to
do this it Is necessary to have it
extend 600 test on each side of
the JJailroadLjcrOssing, With the
undef-cut it would not be neces
sary to cut such a distance on
each side of the track, and thus
not injure property of those living
in that district,"
" Mr. Erixon was . driglnallirV in
favor of .the ander-cut, having The
road , pass : j nnder i.tfce- raiiroeHl
tracks, and says that the more he
, 'A High Quality Car at a Low Price
Touring.. . . . . . . . . . .. .... 757
Sedan........ ....... ,,J1091
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Where at these prices can you buy j as much real Automobile for the money.
Where can you equal Overland's record on Gas economy. A Fair .average is 27 miles per gallon
Where in a light car can you equal! the easy riding found in this car.
Where in a low priced car can yotf find the finish that is found on the Overland and where a car
so completely equipped. ' ! . . t ;;
In value the Overland Enclosed cars are in a class by themselves yet in price they are the lowest,
equipment considered. " - '
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Please remember that we are here to give you service. No car is complete without good service.
Drive in when we can be of SERVICE.
High Street at Trade
NEW HENDERSON TIRE PRICES
I 6000 MUe Guarantee
wAvr uikyx iv
30x3 1-2 Fabric; ....t.-.t.tw?.-w
32x3 1-2 Fabric: . ...(2i-i
31x4 Fabric k . . . . . . . ........... . , . .v.v. ;;75.751f:
32x4 Fabric! .-. .... .......... .... . . .-.--.-.wi90
33x4 Fabrics. . . . ....... ; . . . . . . . .2000
34x4 Fabric. . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -.20J0
j HENDERSON CORDS
30x3 1-2 Junior Cord 8000 mile guarantee .$18.00
30x3 1-2 Giant Cord. . . . . .... . .v. . . . -I . . . . . . -1 20.00
32x3 1-2 Giant Cord,. . . ...... . . .... ... . . . . . . 23.75
32x4 Giant Cord. . . ,. . . ....... ... .. . . ..... 30 JO
33x4 Giant Cord,. ,. . .v.v.-.-. . . .v . . . .v..i 31M, ,
34x4 Giant Cord.',,.. .-... . ..,., 3225
35x5 Giant pord,.:. .4 48A5: :
These are Quality tires and we are back of every tire We make our own ad
justments. ' . . .7 '
A11 Prices Quoted Include War Tax in the Price "
Salem Automobile Go.
F. G. DeLano
CHEVROLET DISTRIBUTION ALSO
thinks of a viaduct 1200 feet long: