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SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1921
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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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pIIE. CITY OF SALEM, OREGON, is located on the Willamette river
A;- 'about fifty-four miles south of, Portland. It was founded by Jason
Lee, a pioneer Methodist missionary. It was Lee's plan to use the site se
lected f or $, school for Indians and for whites. This school later developed
mto Willamette University.
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i Salm, as it stands today, is a city of approximately 22,000 people.
It is the' county seat of Marion county and the state capital, and, being the
capital of the state, it islhe center of practically all of the state's activities
such as; highway work, the state school for the deaf, blind, and feeble
.UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
.11 petitions have been received
and (lied with the boundary boards
o Clarion and Clackamas counties
foj the formation of the Woodburn
union high school district. It is
reported , that ,the county -superintendent
of Clackamas, who seems
"to Te t rghtlrig this" union,' has re
fused j. to call an election in the
joint district where Clackamas is
concerned. r. - ; v '
In some of the districts there is
considerable opposition to this im
lon,' but it is thought a majority
of the 19 districts favor such a
union. Hubbard ,s divided on the
question and' the proposition has
betfri. made' to levy IS mills and
add to the present building and
conduct their own high school. It
is thought that. 8 districts are op
posed and ll are for the union.
It Is also rumored ' that peti
FaHs;City-Salem Lumber Co.
Come to Us for Your Glass. We Have a Good Stock
; See the American-Made glass for green houses
, j - Cut square and all the same thickness
. Heal Yellow Fir Finish in Two Grades
A. B. KELSAY, Mgr.
- 349 S. 12th, Near S. P. Depot Phone 813
?270O--750 Jdown - will handle three new four-room
mi - bungalows on paved street and car line east
: front. Will be ready to occupy in a few days.
$3500 Good five-room bungalow with 'full cement base-
; ment, garage. This is a real bargain.
' $5800--Good six-room bungalow close in on Marion st.
$6000- New,' modern in every way, 6 rooms, Winter St.
-$5500--Fine modern 5-room bungalow in Oaks Addition.
$8500 Complete new 6-room modern home large cor
', Vner lot,.Fainnount Hill. 'Let us show you this
ll- home. . . .
vj'v "We write insurance. ' ;
; Grabehhorst &.
. 275 State EU Shone 515 ....
t VBe. Ready to Receive the Wonderful
s-;VV -Entertainment and News and ' Story Fea-
Ncutrodyne A " - : A
tions are in circulation , for other
unions and possibly an effort will
be made by Gervaia and St. Paul
to add to their unions more dis
tricts and more assessable proper
ty so as to be enabled to build,
lender the new law It is easy work,
as demonstrated iy the Gervais
union, to force other districts into
unions. Woodburn Independence.
For the. first time since it was
built by Chaa. Scott, the flour mill
at Scotts Mills has changed hands.
The mill was built about thirty
years ago and since that time has
been run by its first owners, until
it , was sold last November.
Arthur L. Rich is tue new own
er. Mr. Rich contemplates the
building of a new power plant, the
preliminary work on which is al-
1 1 m . a. mi mil mm: r nr n n. " fiva1 ir'yv w
tures That Are Daily and Nightly Being
jror lour tJenent. ,
ready under way. The huge en
closure which is to harbor the
water-power wheel is under con
struction, now, one wall being al
ready in place.
A new kilowat dynamo is in
place waiting to be driven by the
water power of Butte Creek. When
the electric equipment is installed
the mill, which now has a capacity
of 50 barrels per day, will be elec
trified. The power plant at the
mill will also furnish light and
power for the town of Scotts Mills.
It is estimated that the electric
equipment now being built will
suffice for the town's use for ,a
number of years to come. Mr. Rich
is rushing the work so as to be
ready for business as soon as pos
sible. Mt. Angel News.
LARGEST PAVXG CONTRACT
Authorization of the calling for
bids on a paying contract amount
ing to approximately 1100,000 and
probably the largest municipal
paving job to be undertaken in
Oregon in 1924 will probably come
before Dallas city council next
Monday. The project came before
the council Monday night at an
adjourned meeting, but action was
deferred to allow City Attorney
Hayter timeito pass on the legali-
LIEUT. -JfUTT IX JAPAN
ARRANGES IXR ARMY'S
FLIGHT AROUXD WOULD
Lieut. Clifford . C Nutt was
photographed as he was leav
ing the American Embassy In
Tokio. .after discussing plans for
the Army. Air .Service's 'round-the-world
flight. He went to Japan
to 'obtain suitable landing fields.
minded, the insane asyliyn, penitentiary, asylum farm, penitentiary flax -
fields, tuberculosis hospital, boys' training school, girls' industrial school
and the state irrigation work. j
Salem also has the county work, the county court, etc.
Salem is 171 feet above sea level.
The assessed valuation of the city is $11,784,225. This is rated on a
G8 per cent valuation basis. There are four banks in Salem, whose total
resources amount to $10,074,671.98. - j
ty of proposals which the council
wished to include in its specifica
tions. The project, as it now -stands,
will call dor the constructlo-i of
78,033 square yards of pavins in
the city of Dallas. Of this amount
62,299 square yards will fall upon
property owners, 14,503 upon the
city street intersections and 1261
square yards will be against ihe
Southern Pacific railroad. It is
possible that the total may be cut
down to allow the city to keep
within Its means in building inter
sections, and more may be abided
by ..Petition 0f property owners in
districts where cross streets are
not on the paying program.
ALBANY PARK WELL
ALBANY, Mar. 14. Ten thou
sand persons from all states of
the union and provinces of Cana
da visited the Bryant Park auto
camp grounds' during the five
months from May to September
inclusive, cacording to the report
ofA . H. Gillett, caretaker, just
completed. The exact number was
10,368. Included in it are only
those who remained for at least
one night. Tourists who drove
into the park for the day or any
part of it were not required to
There were 3182 cars registered
during the iftve months.
As our first entry in Life's war
plan contest we suggest telling the
wife what you think of her people.
Eight-room strictly-modern home, well lo
cated, variety fruit and shrubbery, $4500.
Seven-room strictly modern home on creek,
every convenience and a home to be proud
of at .I...' - - $6500
Excellent terms can be arranged on these
choice properties and are priced to sell
quickly as owners are leaving Salem.
' WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
216 Oregon Bldg.
Have you a home or apartment for rent ? You
' easily obtain a better tenant by replacing the
faded paper and . making
with fresh, cheerful wall paper.
Styles For Every Room
You can have numberless delightful patterns to
choose from ' by looking over our splendid assort- .
merit of the famous Niagara " Blue Ribbon " Wall
Paper line on display.
The new patterns arc just in. Every design Is
the , latest. Come in and see them, especially
the hew " Opalecent " patterns. They're won
derful. The price are right. Get your copy of
the FREE Sample Book.
MAX O. BUREN
170 N, ConinicrclUU St Phone 131
Process of Roasting Gives
Kick to Coffee and Cocoa
HAMBURG, Feb. 25 -U (Mail.)
German and Swiss scientists
who have been investigating the
effect of coffee, tea and j cocoa on
the human system have reached
the conclusion that coffee .and Co
coa are stimulating chiefly because
of the chemical changes brought
about by roasting. Experiments
were made upon both men and
dogs to discover the effects of the
three drinks which are commonly
used throughout the j civilized
world. These showed that tea was
less exhilarating than coffee and
Coffee from which thi caffeine
had been extracted also jwas test
ed, and men who had used this
beverage without knowing the
change made, in it underwent the
same stimulation enjoyed by those
drinking ordinary coffee. They
did not, however, have the in
crease in blood pressure which
came to those who drank, coffee
from which the caffeine had not
been extracted. '
It was the conclusion of the in
vestigators that the roasting ot
coffee and cocoa changes them in
such a manner that when used in
drinks they cause a secretion of
acidity in the stomach which has
a refreshing effect and increases
the power for mental effort.
At present there is but one
Latin country in armed rebellion
against Uncle Sam.
the rooms look like
AMBULANOR 8KRVICH. iAY OK nieht.
Phnng tilill. I7:i SoiithKibrty. '
PKKEMAX A STHUBLE, KEQISTEKED
Architect. 610 Bask of Comtnerc
wuoukv & avoouuy
Expert Livestock, furniture, real Itte
Ken. 1610 X. Sumuier Tel. 511 for
h. E. TALBOTT
Fiona 470 202 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
Rooms 2jf'2(i, Breymai
247 or IS
WILLAMETTE JUNK CO.
Ifetal, raps, paptr. Auto wrecking.
Repairing, farts for all can 50 to 75
per cent off list price. 975 N. Com'l.
Phone S88. f-8tf
BATTERT AND ELECTRICIAN
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
work. Ferris Bros.. I'toue 1803, 414
Cnrt. ' .
K D. BARTON EXIDK BATTERIES
tarter and generator work; 171 boutu
BICYCLES AND KBFAIRIHO
LLOYD E. RAM8DEN DAYTON BICY-
cleg and repairing; 387 Court.
CLEANERS It DYERS
SALEM CLEAX'ERS AXD.DVKUS. 1215
S. Commercial. Phone 1808. We spe
cialize on one day Mrvire. -
CARPET AND BTTO WEAT1NO
SALEM CARPET CLEANING AND
Fluff Bu Works Rag and fluff nigs
woven any sire wltboat seams. New
mattresses made to . older. Old mat
tresses remade. Feat hen renovated. I
boy all kinds of old carpets for-fluff
rugg. 13 H and Wilbur streets. Phone
1154. Otto F. Zwieker. Prop.
CHINESE PHYSIOIAN ,
DR. L. T. DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. .153 8. High St.. Phone 283.
DR. 8. F. SCOTT, GRADUATE NA
tional University Sciences, Chicago.
Masonic Temple. Phone 640.
DRS. SCOTT A 8COPIELD, P. 8. O.
Chiropractors, 414 19 C. S. Bank Bldg.
Phone 87; res. 828-R.
CIVIL, CONSULTING, CONSTRUCTION
Constructing engineer. Surveys, esti
mates. Jno. H. Neef, 810 Oregon
mar, raone n a.
FOR CEMENT WORK CALL AT 436
N. Bummer street. Phone 674-J.
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.
General contracting and building. Esti
mates gladly furnished. Phone 1867R
or 58F12. d26tf
SPIRELLA CORSETS BOLD BY ALICE
A. Miles, 451 North 21at. Phone
DRESSMAKING AND DESIGNING
Carrie Fisher, SfcCornack Bldg over
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 7"
warding "Dressmaking.' ; priee 10
cents each. Statesman Business Office
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS,"
175 N. Commercial. Phone 167.
SALEM ELECTRIO CO. MASONIC
building. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Co. Phone 1934, 222 N. Liberty.
FLEENER ELECTRIO CO.
House wiring by hour or contract. Es
timates furnished. Phone 880. 414
HALIK'S ELECTRIO SHOP ELEO
trical aachine repairing, contracting.
337 Court. Phone 488.
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months'
trial for the best and oldest journal in
the west. The articles and advertise
ments are of special interest to the
Soultry breeders of the Northwest,
forthwest Poultry Journal, 211 Com
mercial street, Salem, Oregon.
IP YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 15c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem, Oregon for a three
months' trial aubecription. Mention
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.,
General contracting and building esti
mates gladly furnished. Phone 1867R
or 69P12. d26tf
6 LOANS UNDER RESERVE SYSTEM
on city er farm property. Reserve De
posit company, 72 Fourth Street, Port
We Aim to Give
both to the purchaser and seller. Every home that is listed with
oar office is photographed and is open for inspection to every
We have hundreds of photos
Below Are a Few Good
No. 1 5-room bungalow; your own terms -....$
No.108 6-room bungalow; stucco; modern ....
No. 7 7 -room bungalow; stucco; modern; new
No. 9 6-room bungalow; stucco; modern; new
No. 29 5-room bungalow; easy terms
No. 21 6-room bungalow; well located
No. 35 7-room house; good buy,...
)STo. 7H 7-room bungalow; excellent buy
No. 12 5-room bungalow;
No.107 Apartment house;
, No.5B 4-room bungalow .. . . . w. . . . -
"No. 86 6-room house ....:. ;.........
RICH L. REIMANN, Realtor
Office Phone 1018 . ; , Res. Phone 726-R
807808 OREGON BTJTJJIXG
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Farm and City. -
Most liberal, rate d paymsnt
Pr'Wl!UAWTCrKS A ROBERTS. n
805 Ore. Bldg. ;i ' Salem, 9;.
No additional expense
ANDERSON : RUPERT,
406 Oregon Building
LOANS LOANS LOANS
I can make your fsrm or city loans, bost
Service given. If you need a loan, see
ma; and if you neve money to plsje,
see ma I always -hare, takers. O. W.
Latlar, Oregon bldg.
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer time, no commission. Protects
against adversity. City loans, lowest
rates, vonthly instalments, pre-payment
privileges. J. C. Siegmund, room
over Liadd ttusa Dens:
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS
funeral wreaths, decorations. O. T.
Breithanpt, florist, 123 N. Liberty
Phone 8ft. -
SALEM MORTUARY, FUNERAL DIREC.
ma . . n i i it t r
lorn, ziu t;enier. rnone
FURNITURE - STORES
GIESE FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
furniture .for less money: 872 Courts
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second band furniturs; 271 tN.
GARDEN. PLOWING,. GRADING, FBR
tilizer, wood sawing. Tucker. 1125J.
HEMSTITCHING, STAMPING, PLEAT
ing. The Petite Shop, Room 6, over
.Busieks. , B29tf
SALEM ELITE H EM8TITOHING
pleating, buttons, stamping , and needle
work; 328 Oregon bldg. Phone 379
MRS. C E. MILLER HEMSTITCHIWe
Stamping, buttons. Room 10, over Mil
lar's Ur. Phone 117.
DR. L. G. ALTMAN, HOMEOPATHIST.
Does a general practice. . Treats Goiter,
Gall Stones, and Dropsy, arising from
diseases ; of heart, liver or kidneys
without operation. Office and resi
dence, 296 N. Liberty St, Balem, Or.
D. H. MOSHER TAILOR FOR MEN
and women. 474 Court St.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 816 S.
Liberty street. Phone 25. oldest
largest best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work; prompt service; 1264
Broadwsy. Phone 165.
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
A OOUR6E IN BUSINESS PIANO
playing. Popular syacopsjed standard
music. Semi-classic and bsllads 12
lesson. Waterman Piano School, Mo-
SHERMAN, CLAY A CO.. PIANOS
Steinways, Duo-Art snd others. Mooro'l
Music House, 415 Court Street.
GEO. C. WILL, PIANOS. PHONO-
gTsphs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studies. Repairing phono
graphs and sewing machines; 482
State street, Salem.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff Fvrai
ture Oo Music Dept.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic diseases; 415 Oregon Bldg.
FOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHONE
FRUIT TREES, SHRUBS AND ROSES.
Near Aubnrn hall. East Salem. North
western .Nursery. Phone 111F3. m9
FRUIT, NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pearcy Bros, 237 Bute.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, rnamentals. Capital City Nur-
sery Co.. 426 Oregon Bldg, Phone 75.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW Op
tical Co, 325 Stats street, opposite
Led! A Busk Bank. "Use Quality
MORRIS OPTICAL COMPANY -
gon Bldg. Rooms 301 to 304.
PAFEKHAHaiSO AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper hanging, tinting, ate.
TEN CENT KALSOMINE IN BEAUTT
ful colors; l doe a room. Mox O.
Buren, 179 N. Commercial.
Buys listed with Us
close In .1,
PHTSICIAH OP PHTfUOTHBRAPHT.
DB. " JACKSON, 1 POCTOR OF THY SI-'
otnerapy, sreaia "" w - - .
ailmenU especiaUy. 265 N. Commercial
street. Phone zuwm.-
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED PI ,
ano tuner. Leav erdsrs WUl'S Mnsie
PLUMBING AND GENERAL REPAIR
work. Grabs Bros, 141 S. iberty. r
Phone 650. iU ,
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND OOIL .
work. hMS97..8kp 187 Unssus.
street. A. L. Godfrey.
n aaa mi g S
RADIATORS, FENDERS, ETC.
RADIATORS, FENDERS, BODIES mads
or repaired. J. O. Bair, 836 Stat St. -
ULYI5 B. STEWART . -
, .847 Court St - -Umbrellas,
Cutlery and Key .r-.'
Lawnmowers, . raaor-blades, -, scissors,
knives and tools sharpened."
MAYFIELD SCAV ANGER
Garbage and refusal
moved. Pbona 19F3.
Garbage and refusals of aU kind KTt
BOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE CESS
pools cleaned aod dad anisaal removed
Garbage end reins of all kind rmev-
: d by the month. Reasonabl rate
; "Phones : Office 8z9; residence 8088.
SECOND BAND AOODS
WANTED JtVERYTHINO IN OjOTH
ing and shoe. Best prioas paid. Cap
ital Szefcsn; 843 i Norsk Oosasasreiel
STOVES AND STOVS REPAIRING .
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years' experience. Depot National
fence, sixe 26 to 88 in. lugk.' Paiata, ,
oils .and varnishes, etc., loganberry and
hop hook. Salem Fence and -6 to
Works, 850 Court street. Phone 124.
TRANSFER' AND BATJZJHO
WE MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUS1V
kold goods. Our specialty is piano and
furniture moving. W also make cobb
try trips.- W handle the best eoslnd
wood.. Call on ns for price. , We giv
good 'measure, good quality and good'
service. Larmer Transfer Co. Phon 930
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO C2S
Bute St. Phone 933. Distributing, for
warding and storage anr specialty, Gal
our rates. - ,
TRANSFER AND HAULING' OP ALL '.
kinds. Phono 19F3. . ' ,
PARR-ER'S STAGE LINES !
J. W. Parker, General Manager ' - '
Central Stag Terminal 8alem, Orscosu'
SALEM-SILVERTON DIVISION I
Leaves Salem, Central fitag Tarsoinalt .'
7 . m; 11 a. m. ; 6 p. m. '
Leaves Silverton News Stand: " -" -" .
9 . m.; 1 p. an.; p. ns. . i
Leaves Sslem, Central Stag Termiaal:
7 a. m.; 9 a. m.; 11:10 n. m.; 8:10 p. jsv i !
5:10 p.m. '
Leavee Monmoatn, Monmouth Hotel: '
8:15 . m.; 1 p. .: .4:15 p. nn. :
Leaves Independence, Beaver HeteU
8:80 . m.; 9:50 a. m.; 1:15 p. ss '
,4 p. m.; 6:80 p, m. - :
Leaves Central Stag Terminal, Sales!
(r Dallas t : .
7 . m.; 11:10 j. .as. J:10 p. V
Leavee GaU Hotel, Dalle at , ...
8 a. m.; l p. m.; 0:15 p. m.
. W make connections at Salem to I
par x vtm vausy. jbztrn trips ty np r
poinnnent. , 4
J. W. PARKER. General Msnara.
FRED W. LAKGE. VETERINARIAN
Office 220 South Liberty. Phonell9ft
vR. Phone 10O3J. - - -m9H
SALEM WATER. LIGHT. A . POWER CO
Office, 801 South Commercial St. Tel
per cent diseoant on domestie tls
rste paid in advance. Ne deduetion
for absence or any cans unless wats
R. A. WEST, RT. 6, GARDEN ROAD
Third konae west of fiwesgl sehool
years experience arming wells
tregon, wasnmrton and Idaho.
AUT03IOBLLB Tops lb ' -
O. J. HULL
250 Stat St.
-mow iA?r BALDtnr w "
HIS NEW GIANTS UMFOR3I
Manager John J. McGraw : ex
pects rreat things of young- How
ard Baldwin., the rookie pitcher h
Obtained from the Newark Club' o
the International Lcag-ue for tii
00. . This excellent Dhotogxaphl
was XQAde after, Ae Jbi& joinetL thai
National ILeag-ue champions '
their; arasjota, 'Ta, . sprins; trala
tnjr camp.' - - - Z
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