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ic 1 Jo the advertisement nt rhm-
fo't bers Sc. Chambers furniture store
wn.cn appeared 4a The Statesman
or yesterday, Gold Seal Cob go
leum' wm quoted at 98c "per yard.
v The correct. prkr iv'tSc per yard.
Mnko Fat people Lean .
Dr. Schntz, 225 Oregon bldg.
, Adv. -,.:; .,
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IlItHWOfll Pay IDBc!
7S Cfntn. .at Yia nn rtatl in-
I days Adv. -' v r-
i Brand NW Maxwell Car
. Sacrifice price Oleson-Rook-stool.
Adv. . , '
j Kodak Keaxon Here '
U! atton uoolc Store develops
F films free, la at one, out at five.
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ELSIE FERGUSON 1
i Based on -V
y Sennett' Comedy : ,
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a a an bob
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A fine assortment of
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m - , All kinds
; While thlast
1 157. S. Commercial , Phone 35
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So goes the old ?pnJVerb,
and it is more applicable
to the eyesight -than
most anything'else; . " ?N
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Ha ve your eye attended
to noV, and thus provide
for yourself avweinand?
happy 'old age. : ; '-V
:'( ! opticaI co;s 2 :'k
t 204-211 Salem Bank of ;
, Commerce Building .
Oregon's Largest Optltal
" . r- . , institution t. . . t
Plione 2S tor appointment
" BBa1'f HssBBst BbbVSBBs
Is the orlidnal and only scientific raelthod of adjusting the spine.
It Is never rough and seldom painful, but gets results.
. 1 It Is theonly 8cnool of mechanical treatment giving a phy
sician's full four year course of study.
- ' Tb following are regularly graduated, licensed. Osteopathic
Physicians la Salens --v , v : ;r
" . ; DR. n., 1. .Will A Hi ."
. LADD. BUSH, BANKERS
. Established 1868 '
' t t , General Banking Business
1 .,,''"' ' '
; Office ilours, from 10 a.,m 3 p.la,
Club to Meet
Tbe Women's Republican Study
Club meets at Mrs. Bishop's home
240 North. Liberty atreeU at 2:30
Monday, May 8. Mr. Endicott
will give an addess. Adr.
Visit Uie Tulip Farm-
Car will leave Central Stage
Terminal 9:30 a. m. and.' erery
halt hour, all day. Adr,
niomiom Day Lunch
7$ cents, at the Gray Belle to
I'urbrfrk Will Bulhl
Ed niesko sold a lot in E. A.
Rhoten's subdlvlsionn on High
street just Bouth of Itural avenue,
to C. II. Purbrick. Mr. Pnrbrlck
plans on starting work on a mod-
Make Fat People Lean
Dr. Schutz, 32S Oregon bldg.-
For Today's Baseball Reult
Phone 939, The Ace. AdT.
Life Termer AHtos
Charles Von der ABe, who "was
convicted In Umatilla county of
killing Matt Jepson and sentenced
to life Imprisonment In the state
penltntlary, arrlvd at the prison
FIlnM Developed Free .
In at one, five they're done..
Patton Book Store. Adv. . ...
Dra. White and Marshall
Osteopathic physicians. IT. 3 Bk.
8. C. STONE, MJ. -
-.. General Office Practice
Office. Tyler's Dims Store
157 S. Commercial Street
The trees are full of millions
of blossoms today,, ; In the fall
perhaps one blossom in a hun
dred will have grown to mature
fruit. Opportunities are like
that. Not one In a hundred Is
developed to its full possibili
ties. , . ;. . ,. .
Where will you be next fall?
Will your 'present - opportunity
be ripened to fruitage, or- will
it have been scattered and lost
by the winds and rains of cir
. Let. as . tell yoa .about our
courses. Our school Is id ses
sion throughout the entire
Write or call for Information.
Capital Biisbess CoOege
-'. Salem, Oregon -
4 is trie most essenliai fac---tor
4 in any ... successf ol
drug business, ,
For irl dispensing drugs I
you Tare'' dealing ttff
.problems which often de-
i termine lif e-or death.1
. We jbaseour business on
v painstaking, satisfactory
service. ;.: -
You will find us ready to
serve you as only skilled,
honest prescription drug
gists can V
vSTry this drug store
' first" ' . :
- 175. Commercial St.
ilUllil U AiXAlU
The Salem Women's Hah Chorus
: Will gire a concert in the nor
mal school chapel In Moirwoatn
on Sunday, May 7 at 3 o'clock' p.
m ' Adm(seioii-25- centa ' The.
proceeds will go to the W. C. T.
U. orphanage at Corvallls. Adr.
Better Fmrilitie Ortlered
The1 state public serviee com
mission Saturday issued an order
requiring the Oregbn-WashihgtoT
Railroad & Navigation company to
provide better ioacing track fa
cilities at Hinkle station, Uma
tilla county, for the benefit of
hay shippers. The order follows
a hearing on complaint of Lee
Savely, Ralph Richards, Pete
Sheridan, Elmer Gamble, J. M.
Rkjiardv Thomas Richards, O.
L. Furster, H. M. Moore, Allan
Thomson and Charles Bartholo
mew, representing the hay and
wheat growers on Butter creek. In
Fitted at Tyler's Drat Store by
an expert In the business.-Adv.
A Classified Ad '
WHl bring you a buyer. -Adv.
LARSON In this city. May 6,
Andrew C. Larson, ag 74 years,
husband of Mary Larson, father
of Mrs. H. W. Frank of Wis
consin, Mrs. G. , L. Reed of
Grand Rapids, Mich., and Hen
ry Larson of Philadelphia; step
father of Mrs. Martin Jensen of
Salem and Alfred Otterson of
Portland. - Announcement of
funeral later by 'the Rlgdon
PETTYJOHN Near .Liresley sta
tion, probably about May 3, Al
bert D. Pettyjohn age 69 years,
father of L. D. Pettyjohn of
Baker, Ore., A. D: Pettyjohn Jr.
of Mehama and W. C. Pettyjohn
of near Livesley.
ment of funeral
JOHNSON W. A Johnson died
April 27 and was b,upied la
Portland. Interment - in "lit
Scott cemetery. , Mr.. Johnsonn
was sales agent for M. J. Bran
; denstein company of San Fran
cisco. He leaves a widow,
Clora E., daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.. J. A. Pooler of . this city.
PALMER Thalia Elizabeth Pal
mer died at 1511 North Winter
May 4. at the age of 71 year s.
. Funeral services will be '. held
from the Webb & Clough, cha
. peLMonday, May 8, at 10:S
. a. in.'. Rev. George Chapman of-
ficiating. ' Interment will be in.
the Lee Mission cemetery. The
- deceased is survived by two
sons,-D. A. of Montana, E, M.
of Oregon and . three daugh
ters, Mrs. J. Lebold of Salem,
Mrs. J. E. Gray of LaComb,
Or., and Mrs. J. A. Southan of
WALLACE Edward Gordon Wal-
v lace died at the home of ' his
father at 1689 B street at the
g0.Ot29 years. -Funeral aer
vices will be held from then
"Wtebb & Clqugh chapel, Mon
rday, May 8 at 2 p. tn,. Rev. MU
v liken officiating. Interment
will be In the Portland mauso
leum. ' .
SMITH At her heme, "515 South
Twenty-first street, ' May 6,
1922, Anna Gunning Smith,
Wife jof Fred R. Smith at the
, age,of 75 years. ' Besides her
husband she Is survived: by
three children, Frank W. Gun
ning? Sterlin, Kan.; Fred C.
Gunning, and Mrs. Jennie
Moore,: Turner, Or. 1 ' Remains
are.: in i care, of the Terwilliger
funeral- home where they will
lle1nf state, ' Monday, from -1
to 12. Services will be fron
the Methodist church at Tui?
ner, Or., Monday at 2 p. mi'S
Rev. Mickey officiating, buriaj
in Twin Oaks cemetery. She
was a member of Sedgwick W.
R. C. No. 1.
Webb '& Clough
The J. R. Wat kins Products
A. A. ENGLEBART.
City Sales Manager
246 Lafelle Street, Salem, Ore.
Phone 1734W. Goods delivered
' SERVED .
" ALL DAY TODAY
AT THE GrUYBELLE
In at one., five they're done.
Pattoa Book' Store. Adv.
FHet Rerrlce Certifleale
' Sergeant Glen R. Manker . ha
filed with County Clerk V. Q
Boyer, who entered the service.
JuTy 25. 1918. lie served m the
United States with the 42 nd com
pany, 142nd depot brigade.
MacDomal(Ta Fanner ftlmsnac -
At Tyler's Drug Store. Adj.
Films Developed Free
Quick serflce-work. Patton
Bros. In at one, out at five. k
Car Reported Stolen
- H. D. Buckner. of 818 North
Commercial street, reported
the police that his car had been
stolen last night from Fourteenth
near Center street. The car
bears Oregon license number 38.
917 and engine number B-79,lf -
The Best Yet
Rose Coghlan-Long Filler 5c
Cigar, can now be had at any
store. Adv. -
Films Developed Fi
Quick service- - work. Patton
Bros. In at 'one, out at five.
Business Was Dull
Business for Cupid was very
dull yesterday -In Marion county,
only one marriage license being
issued by -County Clerk U. G.
Boyer. The nuptial permit was
made out to Russell Sayre, labor
er, and - Alvina Butler, student,
both of Silverton.
Burn More Air
Use less gas, get more power,
Install an Air Eater, 252 State
9t., 660 N. Capital, 410 S. ComL.
or phone 545 W for demonstration
Plaintiff Gets Verdict-
George S. Hall, plaintiff iu the
suit filed against Fred Wr.ght
wasTyesterday awarded a verdict
tfor S32C0 and costs. The action
Involved recovery of money .in
volved in , the purcha&e of land in
Kodak Season Here
: Patton Book Store develops
films, free. In at one, out .at five
Adv. Back to, Pve.War Quality
, Rose Coghlan-Long filler
Cigar, at any store. Adv.
Nujse Flics Record
Grace E. Durham yesterday
filed her record of war tturte ser
vice with- County Clerk Iioyer.
She entered the service from
Walpole, N. H., April 3r 19V.
and. was .from active service. May
Legal Blanks - -
Get them at The Statesman of-
fide. ' Catalog on application -r-
Youthful Smoker Held
James H. Fargo 16, wa held
for' a short time at the police sta
tion last night while officers wait
ed for Information concerning the
local cigarette dealer who was re
ported to have sold cigarettes te
young Fargo who lives at 833
Mill street The lad admitted
purchasing the cigarettes but re
fused to divulge the name of the
dealer who he said had provided
the smoking. Patrolman Vtc.r
took Fargo into custody when ihe
lad's growing cigarette attracted
the officer's attention.
Closed all day Monday. Adv.
Smoke a Rose,
finer Be cigar, at
Bicycle Brought In
Residents of tbe Marion apart
ments yesterday reported to the
police that a bicycle tad been left
several days ago at the apart;
ments. The wheel was brought
into the police station andgis be
ing held for its owner.
Good Used Pianos
165, 190, $225.
monthly payments. H.
Furniture Co. Adv.
At Last; A Long Filler
Cigar. The Rose Coghlan,
any store, Try one. Adv.
Two Salem dentists. Dr. Chal
mer. George and Dr. .Lloyd R.
Springer, have Joined forces and
will conduct offices In the Mason
ic building at the same room
formerly occupied by Dr. George.
Dr. Springer has for some time
been associated with Dr. Leon E.
Barrich, also of this city. The
George-Springer offices at the
Masonic building ha7e been re
modeled dnrlng the vpsfct .two
weeks and will be opened tomor
Blossom Day Lunch
75 cents, at the Gray Belle to
) HOTEL ARRIVALS 4
MARION George Archibald
Mrs. C. T. Travers. Miss Lillian
Hayes, G. C. Morris, Mrs. W. F
Adams. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Rob-
soni It- and Mrs. A. G. . llndley,
Miss M. E. Thompson, Miss Ger
trude Gray, Miss Margaret Gray,
W. Lawson Mr. Bd Mrs.f P. It.
Kaae. Mr. and Mrs. U. Hi Werer.
Mr. and Mrs; G. . Ross. Mr. aadn
Mrs.' A. B. Adams; Miss I. Free
eian. C W. Itarreu. Mr and lra.
J- E. Collins. W. A. Holla way, of
Portland. X. Scbraatx. Mt. Ann
uel: Angus "tfJwartx." Gertrude
Rows, Floy Veldeta, Mr. and Mrs.
Wheaton," PV W. Clinton, San
Francisco: L. J. Christopher, G.
M. tMrWrd.TJeorge B. Gray. Mr.
and Mrs. fjarry Peyton. Seattle;
Sirs. Esther Beting, Des Moines;
F. J. Waldbn, New York; Mr. and
Mrs. A.,M. Wright, Portland; Mr.
and Mri'AI H. King, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Patton R. Kaldor, J. B. Fos
ter, Eugene; Kenneth Thompson,
The Dalles; H. P. Sticklt. Manila;
Mr. and Mrs. Mildred E. Dodds,
Gladys B. Moore. Albany; J. E.
Tolman, Corvallls; J. W. Bridge.
Spokane; E. Murphy, Peoria;
Miss G. Wilson, Oregon City.
TERMINALr-Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Manzy, Memphis, Tenn.; A. W.
McClain. Vallejo. Cal.; Charles H.
King. San Francisco; P.. A. Rog
ers, San Diego; Mr. and Ms. A.
Patton, Eugene; Mr. and Mrs.
Buchanan, Seattle; Louis A. Dow,
Ruby Brumfield, Jack Smith, U
G. Chassinea. Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Williams, Olin Lewis, A. B. Ad
BLIGH George Barnes, , San
Francisco; J. J. Waddel. Sacra
mento; Mrs. C. E. Powell, Mabel
McFarlane. Mrs. C. D. Cochran.
Mrs. F. P. Ellis and Mrs. E. J.
Teter. all of Valsets; J. R. Lee,
E. J. Frishee, J. C. Kneeves, Paul
Petri. M. E. McCarty, Mrs. Daisy
Petara, George Kinnear and Mrs.
and Mrs. J. L,' Sintmons, all reff
isterlng from Potland: I. E.
Steele. Seattle. O. Bewley. Dallas:
J. C. Simpson, Salem; and Mr. and
Mrs. George Buell, Silverton. .
The Kidneys and the Skin. If
the kidneys are weak or torpid,
the skin will be pimply or blot
chy. Hood's Sarsaparilla strength
ens and stimulates the' kidneys,
and clears the complexion. By
thoroughly purifying th-j blood it
makes good health. Adv.
Mrs. S. C. Dyer returned Satur
day evening from a sjx weeks trip
Well Known Jeweler Suc-
cumbs After Week's III-
ness With Pneumonia
jEK- Gordon Wallace of Salem
died Friday afternoon at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Wallace following an illness of
ene wetek. Besides his parents h?
is survived by his widow, a broth
er,' A. L. Wallace, and his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wal
lace". - . "
Mr., Wallace was born in Mc-
Wear them and see
! Easier and Better
' Phone 1255. Salem, Oregon
SAVE $ $ $
by ' buying your hardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard
ware 3s Furniture Co S85 No.
Ootmaercial street. Phone 047.
BARGAIN HOUSE -
Ft-el On 2-kdrM dtie and
tracks, xeawubl; also soma
tlumblnf" nppIlM. A good
'TnUM'it a iartaia.
215 Castor. St.
that Cry In The
ARE TOU x
Does your medicine chest
contain a lot of empty bot
tjes, cartons and , boxes un
fit for emergency use? If
so. then: it's time to clean
This is Tirst Aid" Week.
Let us suggest" an assort
ment of staple articles that
yon' should have. The cost,
considering convenience and
elimination of worry, is tri
. Be prepared for that cry
in the night.
Sole Agent Garden Court
l&N. Ccft Phone 197
TRT THE FEXSLAR '
DRUG STORE FIRST
MinnTiibv February 2C. 1SS3, and
made his home in Salem tor many
ryears. He was at the time ot his
death employed as, a mauufactar
kig and .repair man at Hartmab
Bros. Jewelry store.
r He was a member of Salew
lodge No. 33.'B. P. O. Elks in
wHoae eaarge the fnneral services
will be. The funeral will be held
"Monday from Webb k. Ckmgh'e
chapel, Rer. W. T .Milliken olll-
liciatins. The remains will be sent
fo the mausoiem in Portland fol
lowing the funeral service.
George A. White Speaks
At $mail Valley Towns
George A. White, candidate for
Service 12 noon
to 8 p. m.
Portland's Sore Throat Epidemic Traced Directly to
High Scoring Raw. Mil&Dairy h ;' . .
"The Test That Tells
I V n d
governor, spoke yesterday after
noon at Dallas. Independence and
Monmouth." The- previous sight
he ; spoke I- at Clayton. Colonel
Whit-finds- his -eawdMaey-favor
; Newest Fiction
Draw the Above with three strokes of the
pencil without re-tracing a line - I -
AND REilERIBER s . r !
Yon Can Always Do Better on a Plana or
Player Piano! At This Store - y
BURY 16TH SEPTIC
SORE THROAT VICTIM
SORE THROAT .
"Buy your milk pasteurized from a clean dairy -United
States Department of Agriculture
"Buy it pasteurjEzed, for pasteurization saves lives
and prevents sickness" -w,
Dr.'R. J. Rosenau, Harvard University .
"Pasteurization Is positively necessary fop all milk
for the sake of safety. It is the only guarantee."
"No epidemic ott disease has ever been traced to,
pasteurized milk. ,
Charles E. North; M. Former Health
. . Commissioner, New. York City, .
At Your Grocers or Phone
Bottled The Sanitary Way.
ably received at each place L.J 1
rvlsited. ; ; :
Read. the Clafedv.Ads
opening of our " j. - ,
3 centa per day l
BE DONE d ,:
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