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McNary Will-Confer - With
-Members of-Matkmal Re-,-,
Senators C. L. McNary Wt here
lat i night tor) Chicago where . he
will confer - with, member of the
national -republican committee in
connection ' with the senatorial
' campaigns. ' j It was said that Sen
ator! McNary Would be requested
to, give a ,n umber o". political ad
dress, in states, where the' repub
licans face strong opposition. .
- "There are seven democratic
and-25 republican senators whose
terms expire and whose successors
will b elected in November." Bald
Senator" McNaryl Consequently,
the Imatn. battle-ground wilt be
npon republican soil."
Senator 'McNary v will return; to
Oregon In' October to participate
In the senatorial,, campaign. Be
fore returning to Oregon Senator
McNary-will-go to .Washington
where he is slated to attend com
mittee meetings having to do with
Tyler's Big Z Cold Capsules will
cure your eold. If you don't be
lieve it try It tcr yonrself. Tyler's
is the only place. to get them. 157
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Pomeroy. & Kene,t Jeweler,
never fail to give you 100 on
the dollar. Watches,, clocks, pins,
charms.' ""Standard high . grade
stock- ln"all -departments. .
' ' ' ' y ; ;
' t u tj "
: FQr 'i students golnrl"aWy to
school "we are showing a large se
lection of traveling bags, trunks,
hat botes and fitted cases. Sis
count prices tot .- students tnu
momUw, --Hamiltonls. , ()
-l tat .!
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jf s f 2. ft
.Car -, john'scjrr Gets 1 305
Peunds Frofri Three Acre.
... Mint Patch
'Carl Johnson, Route 1, Brooks.
has-distil!edi2a&' pounds of pep
permint oil from his three acre
mint patch, located on the land of
frs. S. W. Jones In the Late La
bis h. beaverdam district;
If that is not the record yield,
f or "any country, any year, let any
contender fc take notice, and come
There are a number of mint
rop In the Lake JLablsh, district.
on boaverdam soil, that have been
turning out as high as 80 pounds
of peppermint oil to the acre. ; It
frnay be said that this is almost an
veragei; this year, for that district-
; ' ,
'f That, Li very good,' when it is
considered that 36 pounds is a fair
average for the Indiana and Michi
gan mint districts.- And our Wil
lamette valley oil has a much,
higher menthol content than that
produced elsewhere in this coun
try." and a better flavor, too.
."Most of the xfilnt growers of
this section will be through dis
tilling this week, though the big
acreage .of the Hayes farm on
Lake Labiah will take. longer. : ,
J I' New York Prices .
f; The New York Commercial of
last Tuesday , quoted peppermint
Oil in that market at $9.50 to $10
a pound.' There have been some
sales of the hew oil In; the Salem
district at $5 "a" ton.4
5 P." IS. , Shafer's . Harness . ,and
feather Goods Store, 170 S. Com'L
Suit cases, valises,' portfolios, brief
cases,' gloves 'ana mittens., Large
stock . The pioneer "store.. ()
? The Oners -House "Drug Store.
Service, quality low prices, friend-
shin ? slve increasing': patronage.
Old customers advise friends to
trade here. High and Court, ()
Prominent Salem Jeweler
Dies While Visiting Friends
- at Hospital ;;
Upton S. Miller, for 1? year a
prominent Jeweler t of Salem, died
suddenly from a heart attack on
Sunday while visiting friends at
the Oregon Tuberculosis hospital.
Mr. Miller hadbeen in jutsineus on
Court street for the past: 15 -years
and had 'Tecently moved 'to a new
location on South, Commercial
street. " He was' 71 years old. t '
" "... Mr. Miller also owned a fruit
ranch in the Liberty district and
was; gTeitiy interested-In-the de
velopment of ihat community. He
is . survived . by j his widow.' Mrs.
Carrie LL Miller, a daughter. Mrs.
Ada Harris,, two sons, Fred -H.
Miller and Miles C. Miller, and
three grandchildren. , , ';,
.The funeral will be held from
the Webb Fineral parlors this
morning at 10 o'clock'.. Burial
will be in the Abbey Crest Mauso
leum. Rev; Fred C Taylor will
have charge of the funeral service.
First National Bank, .the hank
of friendship and helpfulness in
time of need. Interest paid-on
time deposits. Open an account
and watch your money grow. ()
L. A..Scheelar Auto Wreeking
Co:, oldest In the Willamette val
ley. New acd used parts "and
equipment. Low prices and quality
service here. - 1085 N. Com'l. (
Tsiew : Pavement C to Waldo
Hills district Will Be Com
: pleted This. Week ,' .
SILVERTON, Ore., Sept. 14.
(Special.) Almost .the -entire
South side of. Liberty Hill has now
been paved and was open to the
motoring public on Sufday. The
remainder of the road joining the
new pavement to the old will be
completed this week it is under
stood. The road willjbe closed to
motorists during working hours.
The detour signs are at the foot of
Paradise road and at Eureka ave
lue. This necessitates' those leav
ing Silverton for the Waldo Hills
district to go out Main street, turn
on to Paradise road at Scandia
and on to the. Waldo Hills road
again at the east end of Paradise
Capital Bargain Roase, Capital
Tire Mfg. Co., Mike's Auto Wreck
ing. Three in one. Bargain cen
ter of Salem. . Thousands oX bar
gains. H Steinbock, 215 Center.
Springneid Booth-Kelly - Lum
ber company building $7,000 re
tail lumber shed. ,
USE YOUR CREDIT
R I 10
' 4 MEN'S -WEAR : s i
The; Store AVith the
. :'- Fountain
mwmmmitz .QET IT!
1 - -
For ' a short ' time ealj
a as '. : . s . '
ft-; WBurtar ssppij lasts.
: this ;
ecu res - beast If a I . eop
. ef this historic tfocaairpt .
rTorth a treal -'Inlinw
SlM 13 XSO lBaa- Ise ipeeUI prW,
. J'rtsenl r mall this esw!
ZcZCali&ZhZTmsJptn for ysW ropy to Ibl-
. cn Fin5 EccIiPc? MAIL ORDERS
.TJrtr. ET will HI led. ASdf 4r-ti:
XCfi t-?Xi. v , pMtim ib4 itarkhrs oi
CX C-fXlCC-'' wall erders.
Governor Terms Dr. Owens
- Adair as Great Benefac
; tor to Society
chief justice of the state supreme
court; Sam A. Koser, -secretary of
state, and Dr. W. B. Morse, mem-
-ber of the state board of health. '
A number of state officials will
attend '-' funeral services for Dr.
Adair. -A-; . v- ' .'
Officials said that Dr. Adair
was. responsible for the enactment
of the state sterilization bill at
the 1923 session of the legislature.
News rft the death of Dr. B. E.
Owens-Adair who died at Astoria
Sunday, was received by Btate, of
ficials with sincere regret.
Governor Pierce, In-a statement
issued yesterday, said that Oregon
deeply .regrets the death of Dr,
Adair. "She was a most wonder
ful women and a personal friend
of mine." read the governor's
. I saw her only a few days ago
when - we dedicated the- Astor
monument at Astoria. Her in
fluence will tell throughout the
ages. Her book on Heredity and
the duty of preventing an Increase
'of defectives and inferiors, will
have a most lasting Influence and
effect in future years than any
other book published in Oregon.
"I join with her many friends
and her relatives in mourning the
loss of this marvelous woman."
Similar tributes ware offered by
Miss Cornelia Marvin, state li
brarian; Thomas A. McBride,
- Capital City Cooperative Cream
ery: Milk, cream, buttermilk. The
Buttercup butter has no equal.
Gold standard 'of perfection. - 137
8. Com'l. Phone 299.. v . , ()
Bend Pastor Will Visit
SILVERTON. Ore., Sept. 14.
(Special.) The Lutheran Broth
erhood will hold Its regular meet
ing on Monday evening Septem
ber 20th at St. Jphn's church at
Silverton. The Rev. Mr. Bogstad
of Bend will be present and speak.
Other numbers, mostly musical,
have also been prepared for the
Mr, Used Car Buyer: Have yon
seen the real buys at the- Capitol
Motors Incorporation? See Biddy
Bishop, 350 N. High St. Tele
phones 2125 and 2126. ()
Doughton & Sherwln, Hard
ware. 2 8 G N. Com'l. St. Hardware,
i Builders' Supplies, Paints, Varn
' Ishes. Give us a call, you'll find
our prices reasonable. ()
93 YEAHS 0
SPRY AS A CRICKET
"Uncle Jim" Whitford of
Forest Grove Pays a
Visit to Salem
James ("Uncle Jim") Whitford
of Forest drove, who will be 99
years young on the 30th of next
month, was a fealem visitor yes
terday. He was accompanied by
J. S. Itoark, superintendent of
the Masonic and Eastern Star
home at Forest Grove, where Mr.
Whijford has lived since 1922. .
. Mr. Roark said they have over
80,00 visitors a year at the home,
and tha Mr. Whitford shows over
half of them around. He does not
show his great age hi any way. He
does not wear glasses, except in
reading. His hearing is good. He
stands as straight as a ramrod.
His step is brisk and goes with the
spring of a young man. He would
easily pass for 60. He went to the
home from Cottage Grove.
He was born in cirnton county,
New York, October 30. 1827. He
was for a long time a policeman
in Minneapolis. He was a timber
cruiser; he cruised timber around
jSalem 55 years ago, and worked
also (n Coos and other coast coun
ties. George G. Brown of Salem is a
member, of the board of trustees
of , the home, which has a fine
buildings and a wonderful plant
and is doing a great work. .; V '.
Mr. Roark's father lived to be
108. and he looks good for a much
greater stay on this -earth, which
he enjoys so well. The reporter
suggested : that .perhaps his out
door life had something to do with
his robust health, lie seemed to.
doubt it. He tnrn-is nr.? worx in
the woods in wet weather, espe
cially in the coast counties, gave
him a touch of rheumatism, which
he still feels some times.
P. L. Wood and Geo. F. Peed,
real estate, 344 State. Farms and
city property. They bring buyer
and seller together, for the bene
fit and profit of both. ()
C. A. Luthy Reliable Jewelry
store What you are looking for
in jewelry. Where a child can buy
as safely as a man or woman.
Repairing in all lines. ()
Btfyocean Important road,
street and building improvements
prevail this year.
STAR OF DESTINY TO
. (Coutiaaad from pf I.;
the need of flour. ; We are alike
in our. principles, our aims, our
similiarity is so great I can sum
rtip In ' three words the: whole
theory of the doctrines of thetwo
countries' " '"
"Write it I cried, throwing a
pad of paper' as - one newspaper
man to another. He dipped his
pen into a deep ink well and
wrote these three words.
" 'Tenacita dJscipHna. eorag
gio. Then with a : flourish of
finality, he added in English the
words 'anH work and signed his
name Benito Mussolini, Rome, 13,
"The premier handed me the
slip of paper, rose from his seat.
came to attention and made the
fascist salute in farewell. t
' M 'My compliments to all Amer-"
lea, was his last phrase as he stood
behind bis desk, his eyes and nos
trils opened t othe future."
Eiker Auto Co.,- Ferry at Lib
erty St. Autos stored, anxf. bought
and sold. Cars washed (fky and
night. Low prices and Beit y will
make -long friends., . y i f (
Incendiaries set75 known for
est fires In Oregon, This year.
!! Nn-Kf arlaa Military
uoaiaiu School for Boym
Mt'ltary Training Meaaa fhyslcaJ
Ito-teintMnvut for bvrry timy
are lingering and annoying.
' The vry first night apply
Owf IT Million Jn UJ rrfr
t h e mi e w o n e
are h e;re I
Novelty Oxfords, Strap Styles
Sport Shoes, Step-in Pumps,
Colorful Contrasts in Dress Pumps
In the midst -of the season of vivid colors and
elaborate styles, we have not forgotten those
who prefer the simpler versions of the mode.
Richness is achieved through fine materials and
See our windows for the most surprising line of
exclusive styles that has ever been offered the
better shoe buyers of Salem.
from $6 to $16150
Rubber Heels Put On Your Shoes
For Half Every Wednesday -:-
5? :-'Wr Sr
DO YQUR SZZZ
; Introwa kalla ra-
HT77?T? ' ov4 jU traatod.
. rains . in !,-
wesk foat, flat faot, foot strains sad .
faUan arckea adjortad.- D so suffer.
X will r Um brt tXat adanca '
caa aradaca la adanufle , coinopady.
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DR. M; D. VINYARD;
REPAIR 0v hop u
wiU aU MW utchin-.
DEP'T. ' T.. Wa asa aatklos
t Ut vary baat,
Prii af leather taat mosey wfli any.
r Mr. jMokscn, la charge of this tfa
parUaant, U an expert in kls lln kaa
pant yean in factories and repair
shops and win do BotUBg tat high
y Out . he goes . old man
depreciation when the
The two can't stay in the
same house not for a
minute or a month.
The Rasmussen paint er-
- man is the man to tms
with your paint problem
-he's the fellow who uses
nothing, but Rasmussen
Paints and Varmshes.
" - ' Ask your painter or
.RASMUSSEN fls COMPANY.
. r Portland - Seattle ' -
' Tor' Exterior ' '
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Roof Paint; Truck, Tractor and Implement Paint; Auto
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,. - For Interiors
Wall-Dtira Washable Wall Paint; RacoCte Enamel; Inside
Floor Paint; QU Stain; Floor and Varnish Stain: Bath Tub
Enamel, Durable Floor Varnish, Presto-lac -a brush lacquer
for floors, . ' - ..., ....;-,,
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. "BUY - YOUR PAINT AT A PAINT STORBV :
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