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THE ORSGON STATESMAN ' SALERL' OREdOtf ' ' . ' f 1 1 TOT mSDAY AfflRNlNfi. APRIL 12, 1923 . ' -
Values are Listed for Sub-
mission - to Inheritance
: Tax Department
The Talue of i the estates ad
mitted to probate! in Marion roan
ty during - March; totaled $196.-
124, according to the report made
up Tuesday by- Ruth E. Wallace,
deputy county clerk (or Marion
county. This report is sent to
the 'state's treasurer's office that
th? i estates may be passed upon
' for inheritance jtax purposos. I
The estates; land their values
are included I In ! the; tabulation
are as follows: i '
Ralph E: Nichols. TS53& Mor
ris Johnson, $42165 Fred W. Lai
throp, $6300; Joseph Morley., S2
400; Edward Arrance. $60; Chas.
f Scott, $7600 Martha 7 Stoner.
40O; Hannah Whitney, ($2200;
Golsby Whitney, $2200; Elizabeth
J. Scott, $750; T. ,W. Gentry,
$1400; Anna Becker,, $1000;
Will la m -R. . Robins, $6600; Prank
M. "Brown; i $640; George ; F.
Scholl, : $2380; George j F. Scholl.
partnership, $2500; Jamas Mon
Toe, $500; O. C. Jermen, $4000;
Mrs. M. J. Howe, $2000; Henry
Pascoe, $1066; Garret V. Stand
fcsh, $2048; J. W. Knight,: $983;
Estella Arvin; $2347; Alonzo A.
Perkins, $3800; F. V M- Magers,
$600i.SamneI -BeutlerJ $3000; W.
H. ' Williams, $2000f Nellie E.
Barnes, $4500; Edward I Branch
$3000; Vf.J. Irwin, $9000; Laura
Woodhouse. , $3400; Sarah i - A.
Jory. $475; - oseph Schledler,
$23,650; Myron Shaver $8687;
Lucind Collier, $648; Polly A.
Pierce, $7121; : Nancy E. Hazey,
, $1600; W. J. Hadley. $6869; Ida
Maths, $2200; Nancy J. Van Pat
ten, $3000; . J. N. Ledgerwood,
$3000; John R. Jordan, $2212;
Andrew Koesch. $22,600; Fred H.
White $2987; Mary L. " Smith,
i;: $9530.- - .. ir,X. v ;. Y -i ,p ?Ln."
' Relieves Backache 1 . . ,
"Have had kidney trouble and
backache . for -many years and
I tried several doctors but got
only temporary relief 4 A friend
advised : me td try Foley Kidney
Pills, , and v before I used two
boxes I -' was entirely well,
.'writes A C Perkins,' Summer
Shade, Ky. ' Kidney and bladder
trotlble requires prompt treat
- menu.:; Foley Kidney; Pills give
quick relief. Refuse substitutes.
Insist upon Foley's. , Sold every
where. -Adv. -
Presents Gymnasium Plans
: A representative of Architect
-Doyle of; Portland, ' commissioned
to design the ; w : l?illam!tte
gymnasium, waa in ' Salem Tues
day. ' He brought down some ad
ditional ideas for (the : gym plan
as it had tentatively been agrea'd
npon, and they t are being con
sidered by the local authorities.
Mr. Doyle himself has been in
' New York City for the past two
week or; more, but Is expected
borne the first of next week.
.Following his return, when he
will bring the results ot a care-
f ul study of r. important eastern
large-scale plans for the new Wil
lamette structure .-will be prepar
ed for flhali approval. Immedlate
ly following, the plans will be
made public, for calling for bids.
The old athletic field fence is
being demolished, ; preparatory to
eeneral clean-up af the univer
sity grounds. Several of. the other
f 1 VAfro
who just happen
ty guess, and some who are
so because of mental effort
and good Judgment. To
the latter class belong the
women who choose wisely.
end for a reason. You'll
find this das3 using Crescent
,. Baking Powder because it
is a scientific product made
to stand every kitchen test.
. And it's5 economical. Wom
en of the. West ha ve proven
this by many years test.
At all grocers : '
Crescent Manufacturing Company
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Marlj: Miles Mintcf and. Maurice Clfirtq'J Rirnnatointts
; . yuramoanc yiciure 'ohums of r7Tt ' r
northwest colleges . have abolish
ed their athletic fences, and have
improved i their campus appear
ance by the Temoval. Wiila-
mrtte campus could . be made into
a thing of real civic ' beauty, by
the removal of the unsightly
fence." , f -I v'-'i. :;
A contract was made this week
for the grading and-' seeding of the
Lausanne plot, andj.the establish
ment of an adequate road to the
south and east of ftfce) illall. This
will add greatly to the appear
ance of the place. IS " 1
The Satisfaction pf a
is increased by know-1
ledge of "its serviceable
qualities G i rt g h a m ;
with its j superior laun-;
deririg qualities, .f a s t
colors and firm weave
is the ? ideal fabric for
such attractive " frocks
for afternoon and sports
wear. . t :;- ' ' " r.-H
The lustrous weave of
silk t tissue 1 and French
gingham makes it ideal
for any 3ummer. occas
ion. Patterns and color
combinations too are un
Domestic Ginghams !
10c Yard 19c Yard!
25c Yard ; j
Imported Ginghams ; 1
50c Yard :
GALE & COMPANY
, I Commercial and Court Streets
High Grade Furniture Owned by Frederick Schmidt
1 p. m.
; I 152 N. 13th Street, Near State Street.
1921 Dodge sedan A-l;shape ; electric Westinghou3e
range J eJectricEden washer ; Torrington electric sweeps
er, elecfjic dish; Iwasher- like new electric table lamp,
massive 6-piece mahogany, bedroom' suite, fumed
oak dining room suit consisting of round pedestal ex
tension table, 7 leather seat and back diners! sewing
table and china cabinet;. fumed oak grandfather's clock;
overstuffed tapestry davenport and arm chair, (tapestry;
mahogany arm chair, mahogany lady's writing desk,
large Ivory dresser, 2 twin brass beds with springs and
Ostemore mattresses, oak ; arm chair in leather, oak
rocker in Heather, complete fire place set A-l, a lot ! of
high; class pictures, vases,- jardineres and bric-a-brac,"
mahogany pedestal, 2 Wilton rugs 9x12 like new; 3
Wilton hall runners 1 Wiltori rug 8-3x10-6, a number of
smaller rugs, 1 chasis lounge and rocker, white enamel
chiffonier and chair, child'3 desk and chair, white enamel
sewing table, wicker doll carriage, 2 Alaskan wolf rugs
4x6, adjustable dress form, foot stool, oak stand tables;
electric reading lamp, library j lamp, white enamel bed
complete, 3 camp chairs, green enameled dresser, mirror;
bath room mirror, electric light globes, 2 window seat
cushions, Xmas decorations and miscellaneous - toys,
large;walnut wardrobe, 2 electric, irons, refrigerator oil
mop carpet! sweeper; laundry, stove, step ladder, hand
cultivator,, rakes, shovels, hoes, old hickory lawn seat
and rocker, child's black board, Rudd hot water heater,
lawn mower, ash can, cloth dryer, empty fruit - jars,
home canned fruit, boiler, saws and other tool3,ironing
board; 2 wheel borrows, garden hoes,' inch piping,
kitchen utensils, dishes, glass ware and crockery, carpen
ter tools, dry wood, door-mat, curtains, electric piano
lamp, girl's bicycle, child's hand car, and many, many
other things. . -v - - j. ' s ; " .
Terms, cash. Be on time 1 p. m this Friday. h
FREDERICK W. SCHMIDT,
Owner, 152. N, 13th St.
F. N. WOODRY,
If you want an Auction or sell your Furniture,
i - Phone Woodry, 511"
TALKS TO CLUB
Drowsy Subject, But Live!
Address reauirou ai m
vvanis Luncheon -
Prof. Kdinnnd S."Conkltn of the
department' of. psychology, Uni
versity of Oregon, spoke Tuesday
at the Kiwanis club luncheon. In
plac of i. President Campbell who
was III ami nnable to be- present j
as expected. i
Mr. Conklin took up Hie ques
tion of VSleep.'! The tired feel
ing that precedes . normal sleep j
Li not a cum biit ai blessing', he
explained. if la a warning a
guide, and nut'a punishment. The
pseudo-scientlKt who fignres that
he can override the laws of' na
ture and dope himself up on hot
coffee or booze or even tripe and
onioi.a.' Is l, only kidding himself
aloitSlf they stimulate him tem
porarily', i and check the normals
operation of sleep and rest; he
goes Just that much farther down
hill and; maybe he won't ever
climb back up. c, ; v
Pred Krixon drew the atten
dance prize.! an order for $5 given
by "William Biackstoue Ford."
Fred turned the cash over to the
Associated" Charities for- its help
ful ifuad. j - :.' , ; : j;.
Kiwanis is now probably in
secoml place in its standing in
the national attendance contest.
A figure; 6t 9.8175 per cent atten
dance la nowilh sight if the boyn
keep, coming; a they Tare . doing
now. They even-hope to- win first
place over all the ; Kiwanis clubs
of the nation. - I
The ai egdn' Glee club appeared
and sang several, number.
Successful Finances i ,
Are Shown by Chamber
Some interesting financial fig
urea are taktfni "f rom the last fin
ancial report of thejSalem, Cham
ber of Conimerce, covering.' the
inontli of March. . In' 1921 the
March' membership receipts were
$727.54 ; : March 1922 showed
$853i09.? rind the March J just
closed had $94 3.34. j This shows
a gain of 9 per cent In two years
from membership , receipts alone.
The total i -disbnrsements - ror
,: LnAi ii were.' 11.017.5S, in
cludln a payment-of 1245. S2 on
note and interest on theofd club
account; This old debt is being
cut steadily, so that the, next few
months should see the club free
of all such obligation. This Is
rinanotai achievement.' for the
club ' owed . 16000 i.a Uttle more
than a; year ago. . fThe Ciuu uiu
neTs i hve been' doing much ,to
keep up a keen interest. It Is
being found that by puiung
the high' class spreads that have
been the ogue fo the past num
ber of weeks, and belling it ' all
300 Wn,.' single and with good
positions who would . considef
matrimony, th call at Liberty
theatre and Sfe Vhat - Wrong
with thq; women.
to a crowded and satisfied 1.
there Is ; no food ,'' leave-ovr
loss, and the lfnners always
a modest little profit, whereas
a long time they lost money i
nlarly. v,-- .'.! -
T0UH tTLJ. Health .
'U they Tire, Itch, Smart, Ik - '
'or Discharge, il Sore; Irritate
InOamed or Cranulated. c
Murine. Soothes and flefrtz!..
LiCale foi Inlant cz Aduli As
uurznb cx obi sawt. ct:
the national attenaance coniesi. - ine total t -uiSDnrsemeins - mn""" . - '
CONTINUING OUR POLICY, since movirij? into our, hew store, we are sending you this list or groceries so that you may buy
early in the week. While it has always been customary. with most people to buy the bulk' of their groceries on Saturday 1
we ask that, as many as can, get their groceries early in the week. You will get better service and it will be doing our clerks a I
great favor because after all they are only human. , Saturday,-wd were very rushed, all day and some of the boys didn't get aj
chance to eat their lunch until after two o'clock. Some folks had to wait quite awhile to be waited on and we couldn't give the ;
class of service that we like, to so if some of you who have cultivated the habit of shopping of Saturday will change to some other
day we'll all be happy, "j -i- ' " ; , ' ' r' '' "- - - ". - . ). ,
- Our wide parking space on the court street .side affords, everyone a cnance to park and choose their groceries at ease."
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You will find price tags on every; item and a courteous clerk to
out and put them iiito the car for you. . 1 ,
Our Sanitary' store; low prices, convenient display and cour
of satisfied customers. j: ; . -:
1 gal Tea Garden J...J.1.
1 gaL Crimson Rambler Butter
10 lb. Pennick's Golden .:
I 0 lbs. Amber Karo Jjiiflt
5 lbs. Amber Karo4..LJii:l
10 lbs. WhUe Karol.:.U--:
Kellogg's Corn FIakes, 3 for
Post Toasties, 3 for
Shredded Wheat ....
Grape Ndts ....1... ...
Ralston's Bran .
KelloggY Bran ...
Uncle Sam's Food ....
No. 10 sack Crown Oats ....
No. 10 Peacock Oats !LU ....
Crown Pasby lL. ..J.4f -i
No. 1 0 Crown Pancake ....
No. 1 0 Carnation Pancake
Aunt Jemima Pancake, pkg. .:.J8c
Aunt Jemima's, Bag .4.-- . 45c
Albers Flapjack! Flour ...........18c
Old Fashioned Scottish Oats .. .40c
' L 17c
NOTE THE PRICES
SOAP and WASHING POWDER
23 bars Crystal White 1....... :.$1.00
1 1 bars Crystal White 1 50c
24 bars Sno Lite Soap ..$1.00
Sno Lite Soap can be used for all
-Cream Oil Soap, 13 for
Palm Olive .;...l...:..v.:.J..
' Large ! bar Grandpa Tar J..
Parson's Double Strength
vi Ammonia ............ ...........
Standard Ammonia ............
Stewart's Blue :..
Standard Bluing 10c
Citrus Washing Powder, 2 for 49c
Old Dutch CTeanser, 2 for ... ... 15c
2 cans Rex Lye; :..'.U.. :..25c
Peels Washing. Machine Soap....35c
help you .with your buying, he will then carry your purchases
eous service forms a combination that has won many thousands
L lbs. Apples ;..........25c
2 lbs. Peaches .....31c
Apricots, lb. 32c
Bulk Seedless Raisins, 5 lbs. ...57c
Sun Maid Seedless in pk., 2 for 25c
English Currants, ,1b. pkg. 20cJ
3 pkg. Jelld : i i 25c;
Knox Gelatin 1 2QC
Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 for 25c
Other variety Campbell's Soup .lOc
Del Mdnte Pork and Beans ICc
No. 21- Canned Hominy j.........l5c
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Sea F6am, 2 for
i LARD and SHORTEinNG
4 lbs. Snowdrift .......I............ 89cf
8 Ifis. Snowdrift ;.M
3 lbs. Crisco ' C9c
Kernels of Wheat
Cream of Wheat .... ..
Cream of Wheat, 2 for
Fresh Crisp Sodas,' 2 for ....
Fresh Crisp Grahams, 2 IbsV J..35c
Fresh Crisp Ginger Snaps .....J..15c
Soda Crackers, large! box .....j..49c
35c Snow Flake Sodas l..1.....:..32c
5 cans Standard Tomatoes ........50c
5 cans Standard Corn .:..............49c
4 cans Utah Sugar Peas .....49c
4 cans Montana Sugar Peas .L55c
4 cans Royal Red Solid Pack
Tomatoes ......i... 55c
2 cans Libby Solid Pack
Tomatoes .... LxL.............L32c
2 cans Golden Iris Corn ......j..L:25c
2 cans Farley Maine Corn .A..L..39c
Can Lily of Valley Peas ......25c
FLOUR 1 x
Vim Hard Wheat ......$1.99
Crown Hard Wheat .' $1.99
Gold Medal : ....$2.10.
Diamond C Flour. ..........:.....$ 1.55 .
These brands of flour represent
the best in flour known in the mill
ing trade in the entire country.
-j. - -V: ......
Fancy Peaberry Coffee, fresh
steel cut, 3 lb ...$1.00
Fancy Blend Coffee, fresh steel
cut, 3 lbs. : ;...,80c
1 lb: Golden West . :42c
3 lbs. Golden West ....;.....!:....$ 1.20
5 lbs. Golden West :.....$ 1.95
1 lb. MiJ.B v. 43c
3Ibs.M. J.B $1.23
5 lbs. M. J. B. .1...... $1.98
American Club, 1 Ib..i;...........;39c
American Club, 3 lb. $1.05
American dub, 5 lb. .; ; .... $ 1.65
MJ J. B. Tree Tea lb ;..29c
Mi J. B. Tree Tea, 1 lb. 56c
Spider Leg Tea, lb. 50cl
English Breakfast .... ....:........50c
Gun Powder i. .50c
BUY AT A STORE WITH
6 lbs. Crisco
9 lbs. Crisco ..............
5 lbs. net Pure Lard ...
10 lbs. Net Pure Lard ..
No. 5 net Pure Lard ...
No. 10 net Pure Lard
V SCRUBBING BRUSHES
Daisy Brushes, each
Daisy Sink Brush 5c
Hub Scouring Brush .:...2Ci
Cable Scouring ........ 14c
Good Luck ....23c
Sapoliar for Sconririg ....L....L......10C
: Bonami Cake 2 for ... J:..r ......23i
Bonami Powder, 2 for .............25c
IT'S YOUR. GUARANTEE OF SERVICE
2 cans New Pack Strimn 35c
2 tall cans Oysters i.....T :. .35c
i cans Salmon L.:!.:.:., - .25c
Calumet Baking Powder 20c
lb. Calumet .....:.59c
10 cans Dari Gold Milk 99c
10 cans Alpine l....90c
Tillamook Cheese, lb. 30c
Armour's Very Best Cheese, lb. 25c
j Blue Tip Broom ... $1.CD
There is no better broom than
Blue Tip. . ' j