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Demonstrator TIcww-"1 ". "
The demonstrator for the Cres
ent products will .Ive free demon
Ktration at Lehman's Grocery, 175
S. Commercial street, Friday and
Strawberries Wanted Y
Ward K. Richardson, 2395 N.
Knslgn Holbrook Ixontcl
A letter from Ensign Holbrook
states that he hag been assigned
to Hanford, Cal. He says he had
a very nice vacation but is anxious
to get back Into the work. En
sign and Mrs. Holbrook are very
valuable workers in the religious
field and where ever they, go they
will meet a warm reception.
Special Prices .
On electric fixtures, 25 percent
off on all boudoir table and floor
floor lamps. Ilalik's Electric
Shop, 337 Court St., phone 488.
Can Define Fresh Eggs-
. The state dairy and food com
missioner is not precluded by law
from adopting and establishing
standards of quality and purity of
eggs sold oc4 offered for. sale for
food purposes', , according to' an
opinion of Attorney General Van
Winkle In reply to an Inquiry from
J. D. Mickle, state dairy and food
commissioner. The regulation In
question Is one promulgated by
Mickle defining ."fresh eggs" and
prohibiting , the sale of unwhole
some eggs.T "
Oaks Addition '
i - StrictlyVmodern 6-room . new
home, $67dV Becke & Hendricqs.
J J. S. Bank bldg. - J13
Adjourns Until Fall
A meeting of the Woman's Civic
club was called Wednesday night,
'but because of the small attend
ance no business- was transacted
and adjournment was taken un
til call of the president, which will
be some time the coming fall.
Dance at Turner Saturday
music by Five Entertainers.
Leaving for Camp
Sergeant C. R. Lucy, who has
charge of the Salem . recruiting
station, accompanied by his wife,
left for Camp Lewis, Wash., yes
terday. - Sergeant Lucy expects" to
be assigned to work connected
with ' the finance department".
They will return about the mid
dle of August. ...
Big Warehouse Dance
Sat, eye. June. 14, Brooks' warehouse..'-
Cars- Pass State Line' '
Formality and not .formalde
hyde greets tourists at the California-Oregon
state line, coming
north, according to G. Sherman
' Graff, former linotype operator for
the Statesman, who stopped in Sa
lem for a short time Wednesday
while 6n his way to Colorado. Two
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INSURE - AND FEEL SAFE
- - CONCORDIA -
' MRS. UOXEIl
147 N. Corn'L Room 0.
I Bays Fcrcfcre
411 Oregon Bldg., Phone 457
The Seavy Bell Insurance
Agency ; - '
, "Billy" Bell
from the' Electronic Convention
at Kansas City and have in
stalled the latest equipment for
the diagnosis and treatment of
disease (Dr. Abrams method).
Dr. B. If. White i
BOO IT. 8. Bank Bldg.
v Salem, Oregon
LADD Si BUSH
BANKERS r V ZZ
"' v Established 1863 r .
General Banians Business
Office Honrs frcn 10 a. el to 3 p. in.
women passengers on a" north
bound Pickwick stage, which was
not as fortunate as the privately
owned ; automobile, . fainted from
the fumes of the disinfectant on
the way down the Siskiyous and it
was necessary for the stage driver
to make a fast drive Into Ashland
to obtain medical attention. Graff
i connected with a newspaper at
Palo Alto, Calif., and will return
to his business in August.
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Wanted Women to Stem
Strawberries at Hunt Brothers'
cannery. ; jnel4
Fire Loss Totaled
The fire loss in Oregon outside
oJ Portland during May totaled
1400,275, according to Will
Moore, state fire marshal. Losses
of 10,000 or more were: Bay
City, mill, dwelling and barn,
$20,000; Broadbent, dwelling and
contents, $10,000; Columbia coun
ty, mill, $53,000; Coos county,
farm dwelling and contents, $14,
000; Corvallis, : store, $40,000;
Klamath county, box factory and
warehouse, $135,000; Marshf ield,
laundry and contents, $30,000.
You. Will Find
: The bag or suitcase you're look
ing for at Hamilton's, 340 Court
st. i ' : ' ' " " ji3
1 A daughter, I who has been
named Patsy Jean, was born Sun
day, June 8, to Mr, anT Mrs. El
mer Edwin Tanner," 1590 Lewis
street. .Mrs. Tanner before her
marriage was Miss' Grace Brad
bury, whose parents, Mr, and Mrs.
II. M. Bradbury, live at Livesley
station. . - A son was born Wednes
day. June 11, to Mr,, and Mrs. R.
L. Hein, 2470 Walker street. Mrs.
Hein is at the Court Street Chris
tian Maternity home.
If You Xeed
A trunk, bag or suitcase, get
it at Hamilton's, 340 Court St.
Accident' Victims Better
L. Simon, one of two men In
jured when a truck crashed off the
highway: near Independence re
cently. Is recovering from his in
juries and Is expected to leave the
hospital for his home in Portland
in a day or two. H. Levin was
sufficiently recovered to leave the
5 rooms, 760, Marion St., 1098
N. 21st street, 1186 Broadway St.
strickly modern 3 room flat, 666
Ferry, $35. Becke & Hendricks,
U. S. Bank bldg. J13
Escapes from Hospital
Earl Armstrong, 14, became
homesick of his temporary home
in the Deaconess hospital and
made his way to Woodburn after
causing the police, sheriff's of
fice and others considerable worry
and effort in locating him.
Special Sale r
On all stamped goods at the
Elite this week. 229 Oregon bldg.
jne31 i . - -
Gets Building Permit
: A. F. Bauling has obtained a
building! permit to erect a dwell
ing at 1325 North Nineteenth at
a cost of $2000. ,
SO Acre Farm to Trade
For residence up to $12,000,
will pay cash difference. Becke
& Hendricks, U. S. Bank bldg. J 13
Bridge Again Opened ;
After .being closed to traffic for
the last two months while under
going extensive repairs, the South
High street : bridge, at the foot
of what Js commonly known as
Fry's hill, is again open to traf
fic, the barriers having been re
moved yesterday. The structure
Is nearly ' new, so complete has
been the overhauling.
K SERVICE . .
Cars for hire . without drivers.
Day and Night Service
Tailored Suits $25 to $45
Men's and Young Men's
D. H. MOSHER
' Promotes Good Health
X Cottage Cheese
'One-Third Cream '
H. E. HIDEOUT, Proprietor
Playground Meet Off
Because Fred Erixson was un
able to attend a meeting of the
committee in charge of the Salem
playground Thursday noon, the
meeting was postponed until to
day noon. It will be held at the
Spa. Mr. Erixon is chairman of
the committee. - f
Rig Warehouse Dance-
Sat, eve. June 14. Brooks' ware
house, f 114
Garage Ifas Blaz
When a small pile ot waste
blazed up about 2 o'clock yester
day afternoon, the fire depart
ment was called to the Parker ga
rage and Ford agency, on South
Commercial. The blaze 1 was
smothered before the department
could reach the scene. I
Cherry Pickers f ?
Wanted. Call 133 2-J.
Municipality is Sued -
Suit to set forth claims to prop
erty in the first annex to River
side uark has been filed in the
circuit court by T. J. Clark against
the city of Salem. t i ,
Bo Sure -f '.:..'
Your next trunk is a Hartman
trunk. Hamilton's, 340 Court.
One License Issued
County Clerk Boyer yesterday
issued a marriage license to Lester
John Geer, an electrician at Sil
verton, and Leona M. Andrews,
708 Oak, a bookkeeper. .
Divert ions Charged m ,
In a supplementary complaint
filed in the circuit! court Thursday
Mary L. Larklns alleges that on
June 7, 1923. Guy C. Larklns de
serted her. The couple were mar
ried March 10,1923. ' " '
Just Received ! '1 ,
A large shipment of Hartman
wardrobe "trunks at 'Hamilton's,
340 Court. l J13
Speeder is Fined
In the justice court "Thursday,
M. G. Millens contributed $15 for
speeding. He was arrested by O.
O. Nichols, state traffic officer.
Lions Ieet Tonight .
Winners of the visiting contest
will be announced at a meeting of
the Salem Lions club at the "Gray
Belle tonight. The meeting ' was
postponed from the regular noon
luncheon at the Marion hotel.
High Grade Piam
High grade, latest, model player,
piano, used only 9 months, left for
us to sell at only $295, easy terms.
Tallman Piano Store, 395 S 12th
street. v ; ' j: ; ; ; J13
Reminders are Seen ,
Reminders that the Fourth of
July is in the very near future are
being exhibited by - several local
stores, these taking the form of
fireworks and firecrackers. So far
no effort has been made for, spe
cial decorations, j. - i
Woman Driver Hurt
Painful bruises and cuts about
the head were received by Miss
Katherine L. Gunnell when the
automobile she was driving col
lided with a machine driven by R.
R. McGhee, local barber, near the
fair grounds Thursday morning.
The latter escaped without injur
ies, though tht machines were
somewhat damaged. '
Some Renter- 1 "
; $100 down, balance :'monthIy,
buys new 4-room house,' south.
Becke & Hendricks, US. Bank
bldg. ' ; J13
Error Corrected - f
In connection with? the recent
meeting of cherry growers held at
the Chamber of Commerce an arti
cle in The Statesmn said that 8
cents was menitoned as a prob
able or possible price for cherries.
Royal. Ann Cherry Growers
We are "ready f for business
again. Phone Raas & McKenhey.
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Summer School Starts i
: Summer school, to 4 be held at
the Grant and Park schools, will
begin Monday and nearly 300 pup
ils have alreday registered. Super
intendent of Schools ; George W.
Hug said yesterday.l. Miss Cooper
nniuAL suscToma ,
nM us '
nmrtmnt Wwt-Modwaf MmS
SOS S. Ome Pa US
RIGDON & SON'S
"i rJmsaualsd Ssrrtstf ':''
: is v. Sxv fsmm its ;
will be principal ot the Grant and
Miss WeVore, principal of the In
dependence school, principal of the
Park school. Miss Crowley will
be the supervisor.
Big WarehouNe. Dance
Sat, eve. June 14, Brooks' ware
Purpose New State Line
For the purpose of investigat
ing the possibility of a stage line
from Bend to Eugene by way of
the McKenzie pass, M. A. Reed, of
Eugene, head of the Eugene-Salem
stage line and W. W. Chadwlck. of
Salem, president of the Central
State & Terminal Hotel company,
and Richard Shepard. of Albany,
secretary-treasurer of the com
pany, left for Bend Thursday? The
new route offers many scenic pos
sibilities. Gladiolus and Other.
Cut flowers at Maruny's.
Admittance to the embezzle
ment of a radio set valued at $116
was made in the justice court yes
terday by W. J. Grear. 365 South
Seventeenth, and he was bound
over to await action by the next
grand jury. Bail was set at $500
which be was unable to furnish.
Grear was charged with selling a
radio set to a family at Lyons and
then appropriating the money for
his own use. , nWg;!1
For Your Vacation-
Luggage needs,- go to Hamil
ton's, 340 Court St. J13
Board Member Visits
Horace Addis of Portland, re
cently appointed to the state fair
board to succeed Dr. J. W. Mor
row, also of Portland, was in the
city on business Thursday. As a
representative ot the Oregon
Farmer, Mr. Addis has kept in
close touch with the state and
other fairs. While here he ex
pressed a highly favorable view of
the horse show, but held that' ft
should be popularized and not held
for the chief Interest of a limited
number of people.
Elks Flag-Day Exercises-
Will be. held Saturday evening.
June 14. Elks will leave Elks
temple promptly at '6:45 .and
march to Wilson avenue, led by
the band, where services will be
gin at 7 o'clock Fred A. Erixon.
Merritt -Davis, Howard Hulsey,
flag day committee. jl4
Will Attend Synod
Dr. William Chalmers Covert of
Philadelphia, general secretary of
the Presbyterian Board of Chris
tian Education, will be in attend
ance at the Synod of Oregon at
Eugene July 17 and will make an
important address on that' occa-
sloff.' Advance copy Is' not 'avail-j
able but what Dr. Covert will have
to say wil have real news; valueJ
He woud be a good subject' for. a
live news interview while in Eu
gene. He has N a ' comprehensive
piogram 'of Christian education
throughout the United States. Dr.
Covert is well acquainted with th
two rich Chicago youths under ar-t
rest for- murder. His son was
Trusty Escapes . . "
Thirty more days in the state
prison proved too much for John
Duel, a trusty, who made his es-;
cape from the brickyard about
8:30 o'clock last night. Duel was
received from Umatilla county
September 15, 1923, to serve one
year for larceny. With good be
havior his time would have ex
pired July 15, Warden ; A. M.
Dalrympie said last night. Duel
was made a trusty June 5 and had
been employed In" burning brick,.
iM old nil
: 30 VE1NKR
Korex Has Put Me Back 30
' Years, Says Mining
"I, was in pretty bad shape,"
says John Lord, mining engineer
of Salisbury, North Carolina, "be
fore taking korex compound' and
I had tried so many things that I
had just about lost all hope of re
gaining the efficiency and alert
ness of my prime. Immediately
upon commencing the treatment,
I felt an invigoration and I am
still in splendid condition. I am
convinced that the benefits' are
lasting and permanent." Time has
put me back 30 years or more."
. ; Thousands .the world over are
now using this wonder compound
and many are the enthusiastic re
ports received of speedy relief in
cases' ot lack of appetite, aching
muscles, poor- circulation, weak
ness after the flu and premature
old age. Those feeling the need
of such an invigorator will be in
terested in learning that the
American distributors of korex
compound. The Melton ! Labora
tories. 546 Melton Building, Kansas-
City, Mo., have arranged, for
korex to be sold In Capital Drug
Store at 415 State St., Salem. Ore.
Adv. ' ' .
Lot No. 1 '
A lot of men's and young men's suits in blue and
brown mixtures and pencil stripes. All new models.
Price . -',".! i '
Men's and young men's
suits, all ot the new
Price . '
Three months in the bull pen
await him upon his return to the
Institution. . . .
Barrelling Berries j
, ! Sixty people are busy barreling
strawberries at the Stayton can
nery, according to Ed Biehn, of
the Oregon Growers cooperative
association, who was in that vicinity-yesterday.
The berries are
chiefly Oregons and Marshalls and
375 barrels have already been
sold, f Evergreens, prunes, some
loganberries and a few other var
ieties of fruit will be handled this
year.; . .s . ,. ... .
Among state - house employes
spending the day at the Rose Fes
tival yesterday were the Misses
Hewlett, Clara Miller and Grace
Welborn. - - -, "; i
Professor Clayton L. Long ' of
Corvallis was In the city Thurs
day. ; i - . " , .
Dr. E. C. Hickman, president of
Kimball college, was in Portland
yesterday to attend a meeting" of
delegates of the Methodist confer
ence of the northwest. - )
Mr. Halik, proprietor of the
electric "store, which bears his
name, was host -to CM. Brown,
sales manager, and W. E.. Dooley,
president of the Woodrow wash
ing "machine company of Portland
at the Marlon hotel last' night. !
Mrs.? J. "W. Llmbugh; 2 54 North
4Tw!BJtityiXonrth, v. has ! been dis
charged from, the Deaconess hos
pital. :- " : : j
Clifford Brown has been named
chairman of the finance committee
at j the state convention of the
American legion in Portland. 1
Lee . Hulbert, v formerly of Al
bany t' but now of Eugene, was a
business caller in the city yester
day, i Mr. Hulbert is now district
traffic superintendent for the Pa
cific Telephone & Telegraph com
pany.; . . -
- Harris Ellsworth, manager of
the Ellsworth Lumber company of
Corvallis, ' accompanied by his
family, spent several hours in Sa
Rev. Hiram - Gould,, who - has
been in Salem to attend a meeting
of the trustees of Willamette uni
versity and the annual com
mencement exercises, has return
ed to his home -in Newberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Hartzell
of Corvallis were recent visitors in
the city. : "'",. . i
Oury Hisey, who was graduated
from Willamette university this
week, left for his home in G res
ham yesterday for a short visit J
He will-return the first of the
Latest Fad of Hollywood Screen Actresses Is
To Have Original Designs Painted on Their Back
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"1 ' most show you the new de
sign I just had painted - on my
tack. is probably an appropriate
salutation now anions' the movie
stars In Hollywood. The origina
Lot No. 3
fine worsted and cassimerej
patterns in checks and stripes
. . '
EVERYTHING IN THE STORE REDUCED
' :1 Now is Your Chance to Save Money. ' "
W. JOHNSON & CO.
U. S. NATIONAL
week and will be employed at the
Oregon Pulp & Paper company
Mrs. Arthur O. Bennett , is a
Reedsport visitor In Salem. ,
, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Gregory and
daughter, : Bernice Gregory, were
in Portland yesterday to attend
the Rose festival. .. ' ;. . ,
Mrs. Al Krause and son,
Johnny, motored to Portland yes
terday to spend the day.
Carl Kinyon, local barber, has
been appointed company barber
for the local guard unit now at
Camp Lewis. Mrs. Kinyon and
children are visiting friends in Ta
coma while her husband is at
Miss Helen Root, organist at the
Bligh theater, spent Wednesday, in
Portland with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Root. ;
Arthur Clarke, prominent Cor
vallis attorney,' was In the .city on
W. HCave and son-in-law David
A. , ByerJee, formerly of Salem,
are staying at Cherry City. On
Thursday they' were fishing on
Yaquina bay and caught 61 perch;
and flounder. . - 1 '-x
T BITS FOR BREAKFASTiT
It is Dawes -
But . Hoover, the Salem boy,
missed it by an eyelash.'
Didn't know there was so much
in the lowly spud, did you, till you
read the Slogan , pages, of yester
day? And the cull spud, at. that.
. mm m l .
Let us all get the vision of
many and great potato starch fac
tories here in the Salem district,
and we will start something that
will mean millions annually. They
must come. Are coming.
. We have here the natural set
ting for the potato starch center
of the worjd. It was so ordained
from the beginning.
Our climate and soil revitalize
the "run down" potatoes; put new
life into them. This is the great
potato seed country, j and, by . the
same sign, the nautral great starch
center.5 The starch factories will
use the culls. ,
- .- . .. t "W : - -We
may put up more strawber
ries than last year, after all. That
will be going some. We have the
strawberry center of the world.
If Mr. Coolidger isn't careful
there may be a couple of votes
against him in the Cleveland con
vention.. ' . "
tor of the Idea,, while striving to!
be hopeful, fears that the fad wlllj
be confined to the California movl
colony. . . " . - -'
Lot No. 2
Men's all wool Oregon Cassimere suits with extra trous
ers, made in two or three button models. Price
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Lot No. 4
Men's whipcord suits made in sport models with' belt
across the back in khaki or forestry shade. Price
This Is Friday the 13th
And King Jink Holds Sway
Brave' Js the man who today
ignores the traditional hoodoo that
surrounds Friday the 13th . and
takes out ; a marriage license,
starts on a journey, launches forth
on a' business enterprise or knocks
over the salt container. ' .
" Should ' a black cat cross his
Is a motor thief..
It robs you of power
And trin5"5 yourief
Pound Cake . .
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21 So. Commercial St.
We Serve Light Lunches
Jewel Oil Stoves
will help you in your summer canning;. They are very
economical in operation. The burners are close to the
Kettle. They cook fast. The sturdy frames and fine
finish make them the most highly recommended Oil
Cook manufactured today. Priced from $13.50 to
$27.50. - " v '
can a whole crate at a time.' They can it the right way.
After canning season, you can use them every day in
the regular family cooking. Why waste your time and
fuel canning the old way. See us for your canning needs.
As a Weelc End Special
we offer youThe Kantmis Fly Swatter, with an 18
inch wire handle and a 54nch cloth bound wire, only 5
cents each. Not over 5 to a customer. " ' :
Geo. E. 'Allen
Hardware & Machinery.
P. S. -'See the New Sunbeam Electric Iron in the Her. t
.Proof Case. .You've seen it advertised. We have I1.
path as he Is proceeding to hia cr
fice or place cf ' employment, h
should, by all means, telephone
the boss that he Is sick and 3
back home and spend the remain
der ot the day in bed. .
If the coffee Is weak, or tlie
alarm clock does not ring or even
If the old flivver refuses to start,
keep calm and remember that t!. j
objects in question are not re
sponsible for their actions today.
' Today King Jinx rules supreme.
HOLD-CPS IX OIL
are nothing new, it's what
the bigger bandits do. but if
such robbers you'd avert, buy
of square' dealing oil expert. ,
'Twill give you power and
bring you joy. for greatest
speed you'll then enjoy with
safety, too, whoe'er you are,
or what the make or style of
J67 s. libi:i:ty
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Silver Nut -
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