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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31. 1&22
PQIK COUNTY COURT NEWS
R. Chasn vs Ward H. ana
Wolfe. Mechanic's Hen for
anC7 materials on house
wit en loP 10. block 12, King-
wood park In West Salem. Lien
filed ia theJsum of $164 for fur
nish Injg palrits "d materials in
Creifilt Serrice Company tb. J.
C. JEoftf. Writ of attachment re
turned by too sheriff of Marion
county; but; as this suit had al
ready! Ibeen nettled by Tolnntary
no property was at-
H eider; which amount
plaintiffs claim in fall.
L. L. Loree ts. H. C. Brown et
al. Tho execution heretofore is
sued returned by the sheriff
wherein he' shows that he. has sold
certain logs heretofore in the
suit and filed the receipt of
Brown & Wicka in the sum of
$500 and put Into the hands of J
the dork some $278.19; which
amount was turned by the clerk
to plaintiff's attorney. Otto W.
This Includes Every Pair of Felt Slippers in the
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These slippers 'all have leather soles, some with soft soles
and spring heels. They are not all sizes in every color, but
you may find a complete run of sizes In many colors that we
have stocked up heavily on.
Only food Quality Celt are used In these splendid comfort
Buy yours here Tuesday at big saving.
Special for Tuesday selling at per pair.
Phone 132r Free Delivery 177 North Liberty St
Ames Quiring vs. L. B. Miller,
Fred Wagner. G. H. Wood, E. W.
Cozine and Pi. J. Walton. After
hearing the evidence in the case,
the court made his findings of
fact and conclusions of law and
entered his decree wherein de
fendant Fred; Warner is given
judgment against defendant L. 1.
Miller In the sum of $228.93, $20
as attorney's fees and 51.7a for
preparing and; filing tiis lien, to
gether with his costs and dis
bursements. Plaintiff is awarded
$500, with interest at 10 per
cent from October 1, 1D20, $50
attorney's fees and cons and dis
bursements. The" court further
ordered that the chattel mortgage
given by defendant Miller to Ag
nes Quiring be foreclosed and the
truck and trailer be sold; that
Fred Wagner he -first allowed the
sum of $109.28 anil his attorney's
fees; then plaintiff's judgment,
amounting to $500 and attorney's
fees; and that Wagner then bo
paid his claim of $119.65 and $4
a month for storage on the truck
from October 20, 1920. The
court further ordered that all per
sons having claims subsequent to
July 15. 1920, bo forever barred
from exerting any right or claim
in such mortgaged property.
davit and praying the court to
set aside the decree of divorce
heretofore granted said Enrmen
egger was awarded by th3 court
entering on order setting aside
such decree. Emmenegger was a
short time ago found guilty of
perjury because of testimony giv
en in such divorce case and was
sentencsd to a term in the penitentiary.
SUES COLLEGE FOR OUSTING HER,
Probate Court i
In the estate of George L.
Whitaker deceased. The adminis
trator. R. R. lArmond filed th-3
receipts of the heirs of the estate
and rpon motion' of Oscar, Hayter,
counsel for the administartor. the
court entered an ord?r discharg
ing the administrator and exoner
ating his bondsmen from all fur
Joseph F. Weigant, administra-
In the estate of Maggie Wi'son.
deceased. B. F. Swope the admin
istrator of the estate filed with
the clerk of the court his final
account and voucher in the estate
matter -ttbarin he has received
$1310 in cash and his disburse
ments are $216. Executor moved
the court for an order setting time
to hear all objections to the final
account whereupon the court en
tered an order setting Saturday,
February 24, 1922. at 10 o'clock
as the time and in the court room
as the place to hear all obj3ctions,
ir any exist to the allowance of
corporation, a'laintiff by his at
torney, Oscarf, Hayter, filed herein
his cost bill wherein ha claims
the sum of $81.30 as the neces
sary and lawful costs of the case.
Otto Emmenegger vs. Jessis
Emmenegger The defendant;
having heretofore filed her affi-
tor. vs. Oregdn Growers' Packing the final account. Court further
ordered that the executor publish
for four consecutivo weeks in the
Independence Enterprise notices
of the final hearing.
In the estate of Lillie B. Kays,
deceased. The administrator of
the estate, John W. Kays, filed
with the. clerk of the court his fi
nal account and petitioned the
court to set the time that all ob
jections to tha account might be
heard and settled. The court en
tered an order setting February
27, .1922 at 10 o'clock as the time
and in the court room in Dallas
as the place for such final hear
ing and further ordered the ad
ministrator to publish in the In
dependence Enterprise notices of
the final hearing.
MM CASES OF
We Must Keep Feet Dry,
Avoid Exposure and
Eat Less Meat
t , . fj - . V ; tin
' 'J ? !
Businets in leather collars and
dos: (tcenses was pood Saturday at
a i-o:mty clers's oftice.
TiiiKa vhn took no caances and
who hurried to tha county ciera3
office are as follows, in the order
in wliich they applied" for licenses,
up tV Saturdar evening:
El Hofor. Salem; Allan A. i$y-
:on.! Sa.era: Aio.ri spiumtjifr,
Lyons; D. A. Steffen, fciivertcn:
Kdwyru C. Warner, saverton; ti.
D. trver. Salem; G. H. Thorp.
Salem route 7; Charles McClellan.
Salem; Albert Trombith, Satem;
C. W- Brant. Salem; H. G. &ai
iuon. Salem route 9; J. B. Lebold,
Saienj rcute 5; Frank Poppe, Sa
lem; W. M. Cobum. Salem, route
J. Lovlay. Salem, routa ; -uor-
Uonf iicuucnnsx. aaiem.ru'jie n.
three dogs; Emerson Van Dorert,
Salem; Kenneth' George. Salem;
Kenneth - i&in, Salem, route 8;
Charles Springfild, Salem, route
(!; prs. Fred Eckefigren, Turner;
JI- Gravev Independence, two
docis; Mrs. W. Blaco. Turner:
Stay off the damp ground,
avoid exposure, keep feet dry, eat
less meat, drirfk lots of water and
above all take a spoonful of salts
occasionally , to keep down uric
Rheumatism is caused by poi
sonous toxin, called uric acid,
which is generated in the bowels
and absorbed Into the blood. It
is the function of the kidneys to
filter this acid from the blood and
cast it out in the urine. The pores
of the skin are also a means of
freeing the blood of this impurity.
In damp and chilly, cold weather
the skin pores are closed, thus
forcing the kidney to do double
work, they ; become weak and
sluggish and fail to eliminate this
uric acid which keeps accumulat
ing and circulating through the
system, eventually settling in the
joints and muscles causing stiff
ness, soreness and pain called
At the first twinge of rheuma
tism get from any pharmacy about
four ounces of Jad Salts; put a
tablespoonful in a glass of water
and drink hefora breakfast each
morning for a week. This is said
to eliminate uric ' acid by stimu
lating the kidneys to normal ac
tion, thus ' ridding the blood of
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harm
less and Is made from the acid of
grapes and 'lemon juice, combined
with lithialand is used with ex
cellent results by thousands of
folks who are subject to rheuma
Statesman "Want Ad"
Fill Your Need
In the estate of Tressa M.
Marks, deceased. On January 24,
W. A. Holmes, the administrator
of the estate by his attorneys.
Butler & Noble, filed statement of
facts wherein they set forth the
facts that the deceased owned cer
tain real property and that, her
only heirs are two sons, one son,
ueing a minor or 19
years, and that deceased, died in
Clackamas county and was at the
time of her death a resident of
mat county, and that the ore-
tended administration proceedings
mat naa been carried on to some
extent in Polk county are void.
Tehy argue dthat Polk county has
no jurisdiction in the matter, and
that it should be closed and that
the purported administrator be
declared an administrator de son
tort and that he pay all costs
which he has incurred in stjich
proceedings. Tho court entered an
order dismissing this estate mat
ter an dalso dismissed the admin
istrator and his bondsmen from
further duty herein.
f Pbota by tTadcrwooU ' trmlerwood.
Alias Mareerie Barker, who has brought an action: for . reinstate-
ment in rsryn oiawr, irom wmcn sue was aisunsseu last spring x
a series of petty thefts ascribed to hereby college authorities. She
denied the charges and began legal rttocwding in a Norristown
(Pa.) court. I
Nine Years Ago Pendeton Boy's
Pants Were Out at the Seat; Now
Hackathorne is Film World Star
By STEPHEN A. STONE loed boosters came: through the
Women Challenged to Put
on Vaudeville and Date
Set for Another Event
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One of the most Interesting get-
together meetings ever given by
a community was given at tne
Mountain View school house, dis
trict No. 61, just two and a half
miles across the . intercounty
bridge on the Oak Grove road
Instead of the regular Parent
Teacher program, three acts of
vaudeville, rivalling the Hippo
drome circuit were given.
The first act was a rearing
comedy. "Mr. and Mrs. Fido,"
given by Albert and Turfield
The second act was obtained
from far-off Hawaii three pen
uine "Hula" dancers Mile,
Smart, Princess Grice, and petite
The third and last act was a
first class minstrel. J. A. Smart
and L. Grice as end men were
exceptionally fine. They were
ably assfsted by Sam Chapman
Arthur Swart, Charley Pierce,
Clarence Adams. Turfield Schin
dier, Albert Schindier, Ammon
Grice, Albert Bauffledur and
Glen Southwick. The crowded
house was kept in constant laugh
The program closed with
challenge to the women of the
school district likewise to give i
program. Judges would be chos
en and the winners of the best
entertainment would be treated to
a genuine feed by the losers. The
challenge was readily accepted
and the date was immediately set
tor the last Friday in February
After a bounteous lunch of sal
ad, Eandwlches, cake and coffee
the meeting was declared ad
When I donated a quarter to
help defray the expenses of a new
pair of trousers for George Hacka
thorne on that junket to Spokane
nearly nine years ago. I didn't
know I was helping to build up
a future top-liner of the film
world. But George Hackathorne
is to appear on tho screen in Sa
lem thi8 week, in the title role
and opposite r.etty Compson in
"The Little Minister."
At the time of the junket re
ferred to I was news editor of
the Pendleton Tribune. Hacka
thorne; very fmall and very dap
per, was 4in usher- at the Alta
theater. He was a quiet little
chap, but very polite and a first
class nsher. He'-' very studiously
refrained, in fact, from perform
ing any other work that would in
terfere with his work around the
theater. It leaked out that
George had a notion he would
like to break into the movies him
self some day. He could sing and
dance, ad do them well, but it
was the opinion of some of hia
friends that George ought to get
regular job so he could make a
Pendleton boosters aeciaea to
send a special excursion tram to
the interstate fair at Spokane to
dvertise the next Round-up the
show of 1913 or 1914, I have for
gotten which. Young Hacka-
horne knew several rousing
Round-up Bongs, and it was de
cided that he should be taken
long to assist in -entertaining the
people of Spokane.
The train was aoout halt way
there when one of the somnrer-
Good Business in Dog
Collars at Clerk's Office
WlnnitiNjd V.' Dennlsoa. Salem;
A. R. Ekewts, Salem, route X.
Blinks: "Billfuii has had an
eptderroatoid growth : remored
from his head."
Jinks: "W It serious."
Binks: "No; only a hair-cut"
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Everything, or nearly
thing, appears to be all riot pjej
In th land ot Kgypt. r
LWAY3 bM C ft
, 'wa coxruix
In these days of peace and talk
about disarmament, it is not good
taste to try to purchase a mill
CUT TILLS OUT ITS WORTH
Cat out this slip, enclose with
5c and mail it to Foley & Co.
2835 Sheffield Are., Chicago. 111.
writing yonr name and address
clearly. You will receive in re
turn a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
for coughts, colds and croup; Fo
ley Kidney Pills for paiM In the
backache, kidney and bladder an
ments: and Foley Cathartic Tab
let, a wholesome and thoroughly"
cleans! nc cathartic for -conaupa
Hnn biliousness, headaches, and
slng;ich bowels- -Sold evert'
coach I was in. passing a hat.
"What's it for?" some' one ask
"To get George Hackathorne a
pair of pants." the. hat passer an
swered. "The seat.of his pants is
gone and he ain't: got enough
money to buy ny mor."
Everyone gave with a' will. 1
gave two bits. Hackathorne was
n't much worse off than I.
George's new rants were bought
as soon sjs wo reached Spokane
and he did his part at entertain
ing our Spokane hosts, on the
streets, at th3 Chamber of Com
merce and in the hotels. His
best appearance, I think, was at
tho Davomporc hotel. The fam
ous hostclrv was : commandeered
by the Pendletonians, who did not
ask permission for anything, but
kept within reason. The noisy
Round-up boyq lifted George upon
the hotel clerk's dfsk and told
him to sing. He sang. He gave
them a very riotous program and
was a thorough bit. The hotel
lobby was full of jruests from all
quarters of th nation, and George
had to respond tp a lot of en
cores. He was the happiest chap in the
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Neither are there anay polur bears
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