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LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF
Fair, but with fog near the
coast at night; continued warm
in the Interior; light north to west
Maximum, 83; ' minimum 54;
river, 2.2, stationary.- Rainfall,
none; atmosphere, clear; wind,
Nelson Funeral Held--
The funeral of J. J. Nelson of
Donald was fceld. at tne HuDDara
n I cemetery yesterday. Rev. H. A.
ky iWanvlg conducted the service.
f J Pallbearers were P. J. Miller,
William Scollard, W. L. Bonn,
Scheurer, John Miller and
Real Piano Rale
. At Moore!.
Michigan Visitor Hei
Miss Beatrice Austin' of Albion
Michigan, was guest of honor at
a picnic in' Woodburn Thursday.
Mrs. Fred Yergen and Mrs. Lyle
Yergen were hostesses. Other
gueste were Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Bitney, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yergen.
Arrived Today, the First Sample-
New Columbia "phonograph.
These are better, tape ftpdUcases.
Come and hearthis tme t Geo. C.
Will's music latere. '. , , jl8
Ray Glatt Leaves - '
Ray Glatt of Woodburn has
gone to Tacoma and Puyallup.
Washington, on a business visit.
He will visit his sister, Mrs. John
Dimmer, while In Tacoma.
56 Inch Second Band Ceiling Fan
For sale. Telephone 2112. 313
The Carpenters union at their
last meeting elected C. .L. Parmen
Ur to represent them at the State
Federation of Labor which meets
at Klamath Falls next month.
riiambers and Chambers
Have three different ads in this
issue. Read them. f J18
Miss Garfield Leaves
Miss Edna Garfield will leave
today for Seattle where, in com
pany with an aunt from Jackson,
Mich., she will spend much of the
summer. During the summer they
will motor to Victoria and Van
couver. " . ' ". . ".
Underwood Typewriter Co.
Direct " Factorr Bran eh
510 Court St. Phone 263
Typewriters Rented, Spld,
Special rental rates to Student
167 D Street Telephone SS1S
Treated by Osteopathy and the
latent Electrical Therapy in
cluding Dr. AbramV Electronic
System. l " :
' No Charge for
' Physician and Surgeon
TBMI U. 8. Bank Building
; Salens, Oregon
V Orange Blossom engage
mcnt and wedding ting is a
tribute to che Judgment and
good taste of the wearer.
faan XU jrewstan.
-, Ite sm4 Usssty.
I W . T
developing and printing
-your films justice '
Kodaks $5 up Brownies $2
Tnt OWL 0(U6 Go.
qtatc street , uBtrtrr
Load of Flax Burns
: A load of flax from Ridden
Brothers at Monmouth, caught
fire on the road between Rickreall
and Monmouth yesterday after
noon, catching on wheat in an
adjoining field. About an acre
was burned before tractors were
able to plow around . the flames,
and fighters extinguished the
Little Gem Cafe
Now open for business at 171
S. Commercial Clean, quick ser
vice. - J18
Visits Daughter Here
T. J. Bitfby. of Brooks, spent
yesterday visiting his daughter,
Mrs. Roy Anderson, of Salem.
First Church of ChrLst, Scientist
Of Salem, Or., announces a free
lecture on Christian Science by
Mr. William W. Porter, CSB., of
New York city, member of the
board of lectureship of The Moth
er Church. The First Church of
Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass
achusetts, at the church edifice,
Tuesday evening, July 20, 1926, at
eight o'clock The public is cor
dially invited to attend. J20
Mrs. James Morgan of Inde
pendence . was operated on at a
Salem hospital Thursday.
Miss Florence Blair of Center
vilie. Cel., is visiting her brother,
Marion Blair, of Amity. !
Dance, Mellow Moon Benefit
Street railway employes. Duke
Moore's Aeolians playing. Tuesday
July 20th. J20
Is Amity Guest '
Miss' Roberta Romig of Port
laud is visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. Hattie Shields of Am lay.
Stop in Independence
Mr. and Mrs. William May and
daughter Marjorie, "of Calgary.
Altai, have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John Dickinson of Independ
And repairing. Qeiee-Powors
Furniture company. alOtf
Visiting Sister '
Frank. Dubois of Portland, is
visiting his sister, Mrs. James Mc
Cormick of West Woodburn.
. Miss Adelaide Allen underwent
a minor operation at a local hos
pital Friday. . j
Real Piano Sah
Fund Being Raised
Approximately 81200 of the
$2500 being raised to finance the
Kimball College of Theology this
year has been raised up to yester
day afternoon, it was announced
by Dr. G. I.. Tufts,, field secretary.
REPAIRED, fl PER VTHEEM
Mixs Pzmv BraK3 Station
275 South , Commercial .Street
FARM! LOANS j
. F. JL. SOZLL
ISO V. S. Baas Sldg. Fans 147
LADD BUSH Bnners
- EsUbllshed 1868 V .
General Banlring Business
'Office Cran from 10 . m. to t p. m.
Dr. Tufts at present is the only
one working "on the driye. He
expects to complete the canvassing
of Salem in two more weeks. The
people of Salem are responding
' ell to the campaign, reports Dr.
Tufts, and he. is hopeful of suc
cess in raising the desired qi"
Several large subscriptions have
been turned in by Salem citizens,
and more are expected before the
canvass is completed.
Save Money! Buy Yonr Piano
During our sale. Moore's Mu
sic House. j24
Mrs. V. A. Ballantyne of Kings
Valley have been visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hall of
Xew Records, Good, Xew
Phonograph records, latest
pieces, 45c at Geo. C. Will's music
store. Also a complete stock in
Edison, Victor and Columbia re
cords. ' jl8
Go to Washington
Mrs. L. A. Goldade and family
c Gervais have gone to Seattle
to joint Mr. Goldade at their new
3 Victor Records, for J1.0O
Regular 75c size, at Stiff's. J 15 tf.
Visit In Idaho -
Miss Catherine Gearin and Mis?
Honora Reidy have gone to -Idaho
for a two weeks' visit. !
Visit at Hubbard
Mrs. William MeFarlah and son
Paul of Saginaw. Mich., are visit
ing at Hubbard.
Dollar, dinner, aerred 8:48 to 8
very evening. J2tf
Scouts to Clean l"p
H. H. Niels of Falls City, Boy
Scout leader there, has ordered
all scouts to gather Monday for
Real Piano Sak
Take. Motor Trip
Mrs. G. C Skinner. Mrs. M. Q
Williams. Mr G. C. Walker, Alice
.Skinner and Thelraa Williams, all
of Independence, motored to Cor
Go to Rockaway
M.- B. Patrick of Detroit and
Mrs. Patrick left Thursday for
Miss Marian Taylor, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Taylor of
Silverton, is in the open air sani
tarium at Milwaukie. Miss
t;:nia Smith of Silverton Is
rtcted to go there soon.
Dr. Marshall, Osteopathic
Physician and .surgeon.
Car Reported Stolen j
Phil Brown ot Dallas reports
the theft of his Ford roadster
from in front of his residence last
Buy Your Records Now
Practically all Victor records
greatly reduced,- at Stiff's Furni
ture Store, v ! J15tf
Oiling . Is Suspended-
Oiling has been suspended for
the week-end on the Sheridanr
Tillamook highway, it! has been
anndunced, so that motorists go
ing to the beach will not be both
ered by it. , '
Thin In one of the I cars that
improve with wscj A 1923
Willys Knight touring, new
paint, good tires, spot light,
swipe and lot extras. This
Is a fine runniajf bar and a
snap at $650.00. I
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Legion Meets Mondayu
The American Legion will meet
Monday night to discuss details
of the state convention to be in
Marsbfield. j i
Rear Piano 8al
t "Don" Returns Today .
Donald Dickebachj who
been attending the citizen's
tary training camp at Camp Lewis
will return today
V anted. Evergreen; ltiackberries
For cash. Claude McKenncy.
Phone 396, 399 S. High St. J17tf
Returns to Balein
F. H. Zinser, who has been in
boy scout work in Spokane for
the last few years, has returned
to Salem to lire.
Furniture Upholstery- O
And repairing. 01ee-Powera
Furniture company. s20tf
Employment Report Out
A total of 242 men and 62 wo
men applied for work at the em
ployment office here last week,
it was announced yesterday. From
this number 72 men and 26' wo
men received work, most of them
on farms nearby. !
75c Victor Itcconls, 48c
Or S for $1.90.! Get your rec
ords now at this big reduction. H
L. Stiff Furniture Co. J15tf
''lass Gives Party
The Busy Bee Sunday school
class of West Sale.m gave a party
Friday in honor f Myra Minech
of Hornbrook, Caf. i Guests were
Lorraine Bouftleui', Alberta Hob
ble, Charlotte and Lois Smith,
Dorothy Robertsion, Mary St.
F.'erre, Josephine) Tanky, Nellie
Foster, Mona Voseburgh, Louise
and Frances RodgejsL Virgie Page.
Jt.vsie Cannell and
Chicken Dinner 7J
At the Oyster Loaf.
Marriage License .kasued
A marriage license was issued
ii Dallas to Ralph, W. Smith. 39,
and Lucy Wilson of Tegoa, Wn.
Tourist Is HI. I J
A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Church of Idaho is ill with meas
les at the West Salem auto camp.
Finest Location 'Ifw
Wonder home fori two or three
$9000. Ready to ojecjupy now. An
other being finished of 6 rooms
$5000. Another under construc
tion 6 rooms 87500. jBecke & Hen
drieks, 189 X. High street. jl8tf
The Clarion Four
quartet of La
Verne, Cal.. consisting of UrbinJ
Hartman. Howard j Jlolf, Harvey
Brubaker and Wayne Bohn, sang
before the Oregon j norm.il school
in Monmouth recently. '
Is House Guest j j
Mrs. Cora Sexton of The Dalles
is house guest of Mrs. J. E. Hub
bard ot Independence.
Chicken Dinner 75c
At the Oyster Loaf.
Returns From Visit
Mrs. M. Hall of Gervais has
returned home ff'om a visit In
Fresno, Cal. While there she
visited her son, David Hall, and
his family. '
Visit in Gervais
Mrs. Ralph Hall
f arbara of Falls City are visiting
Store Enlarged I
The store of R. G. Henderson
at Chemawa is being, remodeled
so there will be more room for
tl-e . store and posioffice.
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Monarch Electric "Ranges
Hamilton's.' i . J18
Miss Chastlan Thomas of Port
land is visiting- net
Nr. and Mrs. R. Wn
A surprise party!
was given -a.i
for Miss Neva
Smith on her 18th
vorsary. , Mrs. Lawrence , Smith,
Guy Sloped'and Mr. land Mrs. Wal
lace Smith were present among
the guests. .1
Fairmont n ill Lots H j
$8 OOon up to quarter .. block at
$4000 to $8000lOiper cent down
will handle most. Any size, facing,
come nowV-Becke i Hendricks,
289 N. High atreeth 4 - J18tf
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Miss Blllmeyer Leaves , . ,
. Mias Blanche BiUm?yer ; secre
tary to Dr. E; C. Hickman, presi
dent of Kimball College of Theol-
tgy irt yesterday afternoon for
Forest Grove where she will'vlslt
before going to Chicago, where
she will take np her duties in the
researcbr and publications depart
ment of the Methodist church cen
tral office. On her way east she
will visit at her home In Plains,
Moat. ,Her place at the Kimball
college . has been taken by Rex
Pickering, a graduate of the Uni
versity of Idaho, who will attend
Kimball college this fall.
At summer prices.
Villi Build Home
A building permit has been
issued to Maurice Warner to erect
it one-story dwelling . at 2717
Cherry street. The estimated cost
if 2800. II . C. Hummel will be
I he builder.
Two bricks at $25,000 and
$22,000, either will net you 8 per
cent and should double or more
in 10 years. Becke & Hendricks.
189 X. High street. JlRtf
Home Permit Isuel
James Miller has been given a
building permit to erect a dwell
ing at 589 North Twenty-first
street. The estimated cost is
34200, with Goode as builder.
Davenports at a Great Saving
Buy during July at Hamilton's.
Xew Physical IMrector
Alias. Arleta Currey, a graduate
Of -the -New York State teachers'
college, has been appointed physi
cal director of women at Willam
ette university to replace Miss
Pauline Gabriel. She is at present
with the Walter Reed government
hospital in Washington, D. C.
Steinway Piano, Fine Condition
$533. Moore's Music House,
415' Court. j24
An operation was porformed on
J. L. Woodson of McMinnville at
a local hospital yesterday.
Will Make Talks
Governor Walter M. Pierce and
I. L. Patterson are expected to
speak at a grange picnic on the
state fair grounds Tuesday.
Small Apartment Houses
$4500 and $17,000. Both excellent
incomes. Would accept small
house as part on either. Becke &
Hendricks, 189 N. High street
Return From Visit
Mr. and Mrs. Oren Williams of
Sllverton have returned from a
visit in California.
Go to Beach
Miss Emma Adam son and Mrs
Clay Allen of Silverton will leave
today for a vacation' at the beach
Iill City Guest ;
: G. B. McLebd of Portland was
in Mill City Friday.
Wrays Have Guests""
Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Wray
are visiting at Silverton at the
home of Mr. Wray 's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C, M. Wray. The young
Wrays are now making their home
at rowers, or. Air. wray was
formerly in business at Silverton.
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Save 'Ice and Footl
With an Electro-Kold Automa-tie-Electrle
Justice Coxhow Honored
.O. P. Coshow of Salem was
elected a member of the board of
managers' executive committee
and nominated for a trustee of
Linfield college at the Oregon
Baptist convention In McMinnville
Friday. F: G. Leary of Portland
was elected president of the Ore
gon Baptist convention. Other of
ficer chosen were Rev. W. H.
Robbins of Pendleton, vice-president;
Professor E. S. Gardiner,
McMinnville, historical secretary;
Rev. C. S. Tunnell, Portland, re-
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Too. Late To Classify I
FOR SALE XEW HOUSE, 3-KOOM.
$65000. 3-room houe $1330.00; 4
rMtn bungalow, f 2500. 00; six-room
hou. 23 iots, 2250.00.
TRADES 6-rre frm close in with
modern house for city home.
10-roora bouxe for farm, seven -room
houne 8 lots for farm. Apartment house
' for farm, 1100-arre, Slock ranrh for
ritr property. $3000.00 to loan.
' F. U. WOOD or GEO. F. PEED
341 State St 63jl8tf
LOST OS SATURDAY EVEXIXO XBAR
Buaiek a utore leather snap pane, ton-
taining $25 in $5 bills and $1.50 in
, eb tinge. $5 reward for return to. States
man office. 53jl8
How the physically inactive
lives we Jead impair the
health of so many.
Let. a Chiropractor 1
Show You How
Thegest in Chiropractic
i 3rd Floor Oresron-Bldsr.
cording secretary and W. C. Sims,
Portland;" treasurer. ': A resolution
was adopted f calling, for. stricter
obedience to the Volstead act and
another one calling for moral sup
port for enforcement officers.
Real Piano Kal
Party Is Surprise
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson
were the recipients of a surprise
party at Silrerton recently.
SJore Is Sold
J. P. MfCurdy ol Gates has ild
his store and ranch to H. L. Carry -
Goes on Vacation
Bahne Pa'tlhen. city recoider of
Hubbard, will take his family to
the beach today for a two weeks'
Simniiri; Patty Held
A group of young people, mem
Wrs , of St. John's congregation,
Silverton,. enjoyed a swim and
weiner ros?t at Dullum's Friday
evening. Dullum s grove and
wimming hole has become vnrv
popular during the past few years l
uuu ji is seiaom tnat a nsgnt pass
es without a group of swimmers
and picnickers there.
Dining Hull ;oved
Work of moving the old dining
hall at the Chemawa Indian school
started yesterday. A new struc
ture costing $70,000 will replace
the old one as soon as it is out
of the way. The work of moving
It is expected to last two or three
weeks. The new hall will seat
nearly 1000 persons, and will be
modern and up to date In every
way. Contracts for its materials
are expected to be awarded soon
and the building Itself will be
completed by the first of the year.
Legion Joins Concert
The fife and drum corps from
Capital Post of the American Le
gion will appear at the Cherrian
band concert Tuesday night to
supplement the music given by
the band, it was announced yes
terday. The corps will also appear
at Longview, Wash., August 20 at
the Washington American Legion
convention. After its appearance
here Tuesday the corps will pre
pare to take a trip to Marsh field
S. P. Beaer died at a local
hospital, Friday, July 16, at the
age of 35 years. Remains are in
charge of Sauem mortuary. Funer
al announcement, later.
At a locar hospital, Saturday,
July 17, Marie Elizabeth Adams
at the age of 83 years. She is
survived by three sisters, Mrs. W.
L. Hinkle, Mrs. D. M. Brauch, and
Miss Irene Adams, of Portland;
by a niece, Mrs., F O. Legge of
Salem,, and. another "niece, Mrs. E.
B. Lockhart of Portland, and a
nephew, Frank Merideth of Salem.
Funeral services will be : held . at
the Webb funeral parlors on Mon
day, at 10 o'clock. Interment will
be in the IOOF cemetery.
Funeral services for Charles
Edward Short will be held from
the Webb funeral parlors on
Tuesday, July 20, at 2 p. m. In
terment will be in the City View
THE CHOIR IXVISIBLE
May I reach
That purest heaven, be to other
That cup of strength in some
Be the Bweet presence of a good
And In diffusion even more in
tense! So shall I join the choir invis
ible, Whose music is the gladness of
W. T. Rigdon & Son
Bring your problems
department. '. He will
to the' Oregon 'American Legion
convention August C: It will' take
part there in competition between
drum corps from all' over the
state. Last year at the conventlno
at Bend the local corps won first
place: and possession ot the1 cup
for one year. To get ; permanent
possession it is necessary to win
TVir Sale j
Beach Cottage, with ' fireplace,
partly furnishod. located at Nes
kowin. Easy terms. W. II. Gra
lenhorat & Co., realtors, 134 S.
Lll?erty. i J1S
Six Services -Daily-
Six regular, services are being
held each day at the Church of
God camp meeting in Woodburn
The ' devotional committee con
sists of H. A. Schlatter of Port
land, J. J. Cillespiejof Salem, and
C. K. ChSpman of .Eugene. Musta
Is in charge of Gillespie and Virgil
Byers of Eugene, with Miss Olive
Burgess at the piano. Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Welns j of
conduct young peoples'
Rb lid Model Hon
Mr. and Mrs. O.i W. Noyes of
Woodburn are building a new
chicken bouse, patjterened after
the model one at OAC. The prop
erty of Frank Gibson in Wood
burn has been sold to people from
State Reunion Opens
The Catholic Order of Fores
ter's state reunion j will begin at
Woodburn today, j Those taking
part in the program will be John
Deschner, Clarence Potter, Rev.
John Rubis. W. H. j Broyles, may
or of Woodburn, J. D. Mann, and
Governor Walter M. Pierce.
Swimming Sked Drawn
'The daily schedule for swim
ming in the new YMCA pool, an
nounced yesterday, is as follows:
1:30-2, beginners; 2-3, under 15
ysars; 4-4:30, between 15 and 18
years; 4:30-6:30, men; 7-8, be
tween 15 and 18 years; 8-8:30,
men and older boys; 8:30-9, men.
Road Called poor
Frank Neer, who made an at
tempt to reach Newport by way
of Falls City and Valsetz recently
reports that the road is 'impass
ible. He says it took him an hour
to go 10 miles and an hour and a
half to come back i the same dis
tance. The country which the road
runs is beautiful, he says, but is
not practicable for a. car.
Lend in Golf Play
Daryl Proctor, Stcusloff, Frank
lin and D. W. Eyre are still in
the running for the J. H. Farrar
Kolf cup at the Illahee Country
club tournament. All the players
have handicaps of 20 or more.
T'h qualifying round for the Dan
Fry cup will not be held, it is an
nounced. The seml-fiinals for the
Farrar cup will be held today with
Proctor mf tting SteusJofi and
Fraufclto .""meeting ;Eyre. " '..The
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If your mad aches
look .into a mirror
Depressed? Sagging back ? Lagging:
a little? Look ihtba mirror. What do
your, eyes say? Tjredind straihVd,ch?
C Better have them examined C if
you arc wearing glasses, do they sag
--scemotT ccnterind outof true?; C In
either case come here and; let us give
vou Accurately fit :ed, comfortable and
becoming glasses. i - ? t; '
MORRIS OPTICAL CO.
Third Floor Orei on Bldff.' Salem
C 0 O D G L
f . . . . , . i
in Interior Decoration to Mr. Pinkham in our Drapery
be glad to help you. No extra charge for this service.
championship round will be held
poms time later this week. - Good;
scores are expected, as the greens
r.nd fairways a in excellent con
Enters Rummer Cabin
: Miss Eva Seree, of 1154 Oak
street, left yesterday (or her cabin
"The Nebraska" at , Camp Room
velt, on the coast. She was joined
by Bable. Horindrook, of NVw
berg. j,i . '
D.inghter In Born
A baby girl was born July 1
tt Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fishback of
A baby girl was born Saturday
to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Craven of
825 South Thirteenth street. ' '
Xew Son Aiilve "
"A boy was born July 13 to Mr,
aid Mrs. Carl O. La men. He has
been named Ray Field.
Leave on Vocation -
Dr. J. O. Matt his and family
will leave today on a vacation 'rip
to Newport. They expect to ha
gene a week. ,
Off on Vacation ,
II. S. Rogers and family of Cor
vallis passed through Salem yes
terday on their way to Silver.
Creek Falls for a vacation. . Mr.
Rogers is a member of the faculty;
at OAC. .
Fixh Rite Well
Blueback salmon fishing at Pa
cific City is excellent now, accord
ing to reports made by Delbert
Rice, who. has been there on a fish
ing trip recently. .Fishing for cut
throats on the Alsea river near
Waldport Is also good, according
to reports received here yester
day. , ' . .j
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Fined for Liqnor
Fred Signette was'fined $50 on
a charge of possessing intoxicat
ing liquor in police court .yester
day. . ; , ' '
Station Is Sold 1
j Walter Miller of Stayton,. vrho
has been running a service sta
tion there, has sold out to Petar
Teacher Is Chosen ,
j Mrs. Hazel Marshall of Wood
burn has been - selected as a re
ligious teacher, and Mrs. Jorgen
sori will be her assistant. They will
start work on the opening of the
school in October.
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Professor Burraston, who has
been ill for a: few days, has re
sumed his duties at the Elisnoro
Will Move Here ; 4:
Dr. V. L. , Hamilton of Xha
Dalles' has sold out his business
tnereana xpect to Decora e a
reeidant. ot Salem , -r 1-
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