The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 17, 1926, Page 4, Image 4

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Save the Action of Sports
p With a f ; r ;
No run too rapid, no trick play
too contusing for the Glaflex.
Its fine and precise' equipment makes the most of eyery "shot".
. no matter how difficult' f
Come in and see the Graflex Cameras
they're from $58.50 u ,
C fl?( f At baud
mcoits tW OCJL DRUG GV wooers
Dr. Csbw Leave ' " , .
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Canse of
the Kimball School of Theology
left late yesterday on a week's
trip to Seattle and Taeoma In the
interests of the local college. They
will spend today in Centralia.
Fire Arts VaudevUI
Capitol today.
The Klsinore I Dedicated t
Great Drama. See the Moroni
Olsen Players "in "Dear Brutus"
Oct. 21. The first real play at the
Elsinore theatre. -Tickets $2.20,
$1.65, $1.10. Season tickets $3.30.
at old Fort Yamhill on the Tilla
mook highway near Grand Ronde
no .Wednesday, October 20.
For. Rent:1 6 Room, Nearly
Furnished house $35. Inquire
1185 Marion. . Tel. 1911. ol7
Fkelelcs v; '
We sell ukeleles from $1.75 to
$50. Come and see, the $50 bne.
Geo. C. Will. ;' ol9
Famous "Kimball Piano
Moore's Music House.
A YearFrom Now What 7 :
What about a year from now?
Will you be plodding along Jwith-s
out hope of, advancement or will
you lake up some useful studies
in The Capital .Business College
night school , beginning Monday
night, 'and be ready when ' your
opportunity comes? Call, let us
talk over the work in which you
are interested. ol7
Going 'Round the World ?
Let this office help you plan, at
no. additional cost. We represent
all cruises. .Salem Travel Agency,
175 S. High St.. Salem. o!7
'inball Professors Leave
or. k. s. Kammona ana jjt.-
D. McCormlck of the Kimball
College of Theology have lert for
Kugene,nifner9 tney . wui .uena
the ina $ JJr.rBoli
Bennett Halloas president of the
University of Oregon Monday.' Dr."
Hammond'1: will j represent tbe
College of the Pacitie and Dr. Mc
Cormick will represent Kimball
college. Dr. Hammond will preach
at Harrisburg today and Dr. Mc
Cormick at Shedd.
Only One Week - ,... .
To save $15.50 "on! your Sealy
mattress. H. I' Stiff , Furniture
Co. ol7
Millinery Sale
See the French Shop ad on the
pociety page. . .-.; ol7
Hallowe'en Novelties at the
Atlas Book Store."' .
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Medical Society Meets
The Polk-Yamhill-Marion Medical-jociety
will meet tn Salem at
the Gray Belle at 7:00 p. m. on
October IS. Special addresses will
be given by Dr. Noble Wlley Jones
of Portland and. Dr, 1 Laban A.
Steeves of Salem." General discus
sions will be-led by -jDr. - H. J
Clements of Salem and Dr. Ru
dolph E. Kleinsorge of Salemi
Dr. Marshall, Osteopathic : '
Physician and surgeon. ol7
Player Pianos of Quality.,
Moore's Music House. ; ol7
Only One Week : j
To save $15.50 on your Sealy
mattress. II. L. Stiff I Furniture
Co. i . ol7
Marker Unveiling Wednesday
Yamhill Chanter; D. -A. R. of
McMinnvilie will unveil a marker
1ST D Street Telephone S31S
I Underwood TvDewriter Co.
TU Direct Factory Branch.
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' Typewriter! Rented, Sold,
Repaired :
Special rental rates to EtudtnU
License Issued :
A. marriage license was issued
from the ofifee of the county clerk
yesterday'jfo Lawrence M. Bartoss,
Saem, Rtg3x a Maajjne
Klein also -of Salem.
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Sugar Sacks . j.
Cash. Bales only, 50c per, dozen.
Ka phone orders; 'no outside sacks.
Hunt Bros. Packing Co. ol7
I 'or F ile, 1025 lluick Touring
: GlaVs enclosure. , UacDonaid
Auto Co. ol7
fToifL Marlon .
11 Dollar dinner, served 5:45 to 8
every- evening. J2t
Accident Reported
'Kenneth Abott of Salem report
ed that his car" collided with an
other machine four miles north of
Salem on the Pacific highway yes
terday. No details of the accident
wer-3 given.
lustre With Fire Relief Ass'n,
Phone 347. Standley & Foley,
Agents. o24
Furniture Upholstery
And repairing. Glese - Powers
Furniture company. - a2tf
Electric Sandwiches
All the new kinds.
The Spa.
Tor Sat
Tot &at
Clraalng -Bibbeaa
' Special rectal
rstM't Stadnts
' phoB tea
S47 X. Com'l St.
Vlcter Addlag Maealas Bvrriem
The Store With the
LADD & BUSH Bankers
1 ( - EstafcSsicd 18S3 -:'t
- jGdstral Banlnng BuzhizzS ' : r;
P2ce Cosn froxa 0 tx, t 8 p jbu
Account Approved '
The final account of the estate
of John--1, King, was accepted by
an order of the county court yesterday.
Millinery Sale
See the French Shop ad on the
society page. ; 017
Buy Your Sealy Matt
This -week- and- save $ 1 5.5 0.
Full stock toL choose, from. II.; L.
Stiff Furniture Co.f- . 017
The M'o8t" Cohiplete,LIno" VIctor -:
Records 'at MooresI " ol7
The better styles of the New
Columbia Phonographs. H e a r
these now on sale at Geo. C. Will
Music Store. They are better. ol7
Licenses Obtained i-
Cecil, Wriggleswortb. of Mill
City and Celia.Murhammor of Sa
lem obtained a. marriage license
at the office of, the. county clerk
yesterday. v f : '
;- House For Rent Telephone
I42&or N. 12th. Uo.7
For Snlo AVillys Knight f .
Sedan. MacDonaid " Auto, Co.
' ' - VtH. -f W oil
Served all hours. The Spa. olOtf
Couple Married
Judge Hunt of the county court
married Edmond Bleileque and
Alethia Sellwood yesterday.
The Spa Is Now Serving
All the new electric sandwiches.
Over forty kinds. ol6tf
Delicious AppI
At 75 cents a bushel. Bring
boxes. Gilbert A Patterson, at
Eola. Phone 2 17 5 J. o9tf
Account Approved
The final account of the estate
of FloraVMcCourt was approved
by the county court yesterday.- .a
Hunters' Supplies Anderson's , '
Sporting Goods Store, 167 N.
Commercial. ol7
Under" New Management
Bligh Hotel Barber Shop. S. G.
"Slim Hinkle and Dorsey Reaves.
Vacant Flat
Ranges furnished;: $35 or $30
long lease. See 68Vi Ferry. 5
large rooms. Becke & Hendrifks.
189 N. High street. o20
Chicken Dinner .Today .
Lunch Boxi 181 Liberty. ol7
Complete Line' of-
Monarch Electric Ranges at
Young to Meet Olinger . .
Don Young and Hariold Olinger
Treated by Osteopathy and the
latest Electrical Therapy I In
cluding Dr. Abram's Electronic
- - No Charge for, .
Physician And Surgeon
SOd U. S. Bank Building
Salem, Oregon
CHOICE of Traub Genuine - i
s Orange Blossom cngage
ment and wedding rings is a
tribute to the judgment and
good taste of tho wearer.
UAnzziAx izxsx v ". :
We have some wonderful
bays in good used Fords
that Willi be the cheapest
transportation you can ever
hope to buy, . Come in and
, let us demonstrate to you.
will meet today in a semi-final
match in the Dan Fry cup tourna
ment ' at the Illihee country club
to determine which has the right
to play Hugh McCammon in the
finals. The oualifiying3 round of
the president's cup and club cham
pionship tourney will also be
played today.
Sealy Mattresses
i This week at Giese-Powers-
$39.50, 022
Spring 3Iedlterranean Cruises
From $600 up all expenses.
Palestine, Egypt, Constantinople,
etc. Salem Travel Agency, 175 S.
High. ol7
The Most Complete Line Victor
Records at Moores. ol7
Creamery Not to- Reorganize-
; As there was not enough stock"
in favor of it, the .proposed eor
ganization of the Marion County
Cooperative Creamery association
did not take place at a meeting of
stockholders last night ", in Ithe
chamber of commerce rooms.
Plans .were submitted for raising
enough funds to pat the Present
organization in efficient working
Millinery Sale
See the French Shop ad on the
society page. ol7
Tickets Now on Sale For-
"Dear Brutus." A Barrie com
edy presented by the .Moroni Olsen
Players at the Elsinore, Ocfc 21.
A great theatre for a, great' play.
Tickets $2.20; $ls6i $11 Sea
son tickets 33.30. ol7
You Want a New Hudson
Or Essex. Phne 1987 far; dem
onstration. - ;
' ti -c:y
Cliamber to Hear Robertson
. CiA- Jtobertson.'.who has dis
cusseEttroptn arrairB"" at Several
service elub lirnthjtons- recently",
will speak on ) "The Situation in
Russia and the Hopes of the Royal
Family at the chamber of com
merce luncheon Monday. Mr. Rob
ertson is personally acquainted
with all the remaining Romknoffs
who still live in Europe. He has
been In Europe for 12 years. '
is In the Insurance! business. Mary
Gilbert, a Willamette graduate,
was bridesmaid, and Virginia Sib
ley , and Georgia Fairbanks, stu
dents at the university, also at
tended jthe bride. .Truman Collins
was besttrhan and Cornelius Bate
man andAVillard Day were ushers
Vaudeville and PIrturew
Capitol today.
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Ruilding Permits Issued
Two building permits were is
sued tin" the city recorder's office
yesterday to O. H. Horning to
erect a one and a half story dwell
ing at 235 Vest Summer street,
estimated to 'cost $4000, and to
Very Handsome Section Be-
: Added to Directors
Department Store
(Con tinned on pafe 7.)
Johanna Arnet, 56 years - died
Saturday, October 16, 1926, at the
residence of her daughter Mrs.
Emil Renner of Patton. She is
survived by four children: C. A.
Arnet of Ronan, Montana, - Mrs.
ptto .PattengeY of Silverton, Mrs.
Lewis deckel of West Bend. Wis.,
and" Mrs. Emil Ronner of Patton.
Funeral services will be field in
the Jack & Eckman Mortuary at
Silverton on Tuesday, October 19,
at 2 p. m. Interment will be in
the Silverton cemetery.
Gus Noren, died near Chemawa
aged 76 years. Survived by wid
ow, Sylbia; one son, Oscar; one
step son, Archie Totwint one
daughter, Mrs. Claggett; four
grand children all of Chemawa;
two sisters, Mrs. Matilda Roon
and Mrs. Sophia Johnson of Los
Angeles, California; one brother,
John Noren of Salem. Funeral
arrangement to be announced la
ter. . Webb Funeral Parlors in
At his home in Salem Heights,
i Clement McLaughlin, at the age
f of 53 years, husband of Mrs. Ella
McLaughlin, father ofLawney and
Alvin McLaughlin of Cozad, Neb.,
and Ray McLaughlin of Salem and
Mrs. W. H. Neuens of Salem. Fu
neral service will be held Sunday
at 10 a. m., Oct! 17, from Rigdon
& Son Mortuary, after which will
be shipped to Cozad, Neb., for interment.
Fritz Ratzat, 54. died today at
f his home on Rt. 6, box 117. He is
survived by his wife, Augusta, one
daughter Helen who lives at home
and a son, Carl, in Idaho. The
body is at the Terwilliger funeral
home. The funeral will be held
j Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the Ter-
wmiger lunerat , parlors. The
Rev. A. F. Hilmer will officiate.
f, Interment in Lee Mission ceme
tery. -
u All the new kinds. The Spa10tf
Are You Interested in Hawaii
The Orient, -Europe,; Alaska?
We offer complete steamship ser
vice. Tickets anywhere, at no, ad
ditional cost. Plan for 1927. Sa
lem Travel Agency. 175 S. "High
Freeman In South .
C. N. Freeman, local architect,
has gone to Southern Oregon on
business. He 'also expects to get
in a few shots at some deer while
he is away.
Chicken Dinner Today-
Lunch Box, 181 S. Liberty.
Hudson and Essex Price-
Reduction of $100 on all mod
els. - Phone 1987 for demonstra
tion. - - - - ol7
Flax Display Planned
The state penitentiary flax dis
play that was put on at the state
fair will be repeated at the Paci
fic International Livestock expo
sition in Portland this month, to
gether with a lime indusutry dis
play. . '
Willamette Graduates Wed
. Warren Day and Dorothea Sib
ley, Willamette, University grad
uates In the class of 1926, were
married Friday night in Tigard.
Dr. Carl uGregg Doney, president
of the university, performed the
ceremony. Mr and Mrs. Day will
Perfect Funeral Service
For Less
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
Telephone 7Q4 m
v Director's Department store,
with Us slogan of fair dealing. Is
growing In business and constant
ly adding something giving char
acter to its name as a department
store. There . Is now being in
stalled in the grocery department
an up to date meat market, with
marble counters, show cases and
walls, and a cold storage plant.
Henry Mangusen, one of the
best meat ,men in the Country
with long experience in the meat
departments of chain stores, will
have charge of this new market.
He comes with fine recommenda
tion from Washington cities',
where he has recently been.
The new market will handle
government inspected meats. It
will be ready to accommodate the
public soon, perhaps before the
first of November.
WFMS Plans Meeting
The Salem district WFMS will
meet at McMinnvilie Wednesday
and Thursday of this week. The
meeting will begin Wednesday eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock, i. Sessions
will be held Thursday and "Thurs
day evening also.
Mrs. ,-Albert Thomas of 19C5
North Capitol was a visitor in
South Salem on Saturday.
Clark Day of 1979 North Cap
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apartment, bath, garage. J47 S. I'en
mercial. 2320
bows and young boar. Phone 105F11.
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mm' Your eyes may be the
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301-4 Oregon Building
Organized 101O
Office 142 South Liberty Street
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Chiropractic will give; the best
results and satisfaction. . Re
moves the danger of after ef
. fects. Try adjustments and see
for yourself. t
Consultation Free
"Tk6 D?st in Chircracti?'
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v SEASON 1926-27
The Moroni Olson Players
a comedy byf Sir James Barrie i.
, A Drama by Sutton Vane
at the
, ' v - v ' .7.
October 21 and January 27
Buy season ticket $3.30 and save on regular admis-:
sion. On sale at Patton's and the AUas Book stores
Reservations jiow being made at the box" office."
itol left Saturday for a few dava
hunting, near Eugene. "
- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blaisdell
qf Boise, Idaho, have leased the
Ennor house at 1250 Hunt street.
' C. O. Hall, proprietor of Hall's
Grocery, has recently installed a
barbecue In his store, and is serv
ing North Salemites with barlie
cued sandwiches.
i C. C. Smith and family of Hood
RiYer, Oregon, are recent visitors
at the auto park. The Smith fam
ily expects to locate in the Salem
New Five-Room Bungalow
$2800. $50 down, balance
monthly. New bungalow, for rent,
and other bargains. Lone Star
Realty Co. Phone 139. olStf
Two people have been chosen to
succeed Gilbert Wrenn as director
of the . Jason . Lee Junior church.
They are Bert Thompson of Salem-
and Miss A. M. Jef f ery of
Gresham, Oregon. Mr. Thompson
has. been Identified with the lo
cal church for several years. Miss
Jef f ery' has recently come . to Sa
lem, and is majoring in religious
education at Kimball School of
Theology. The, Junior church is
made up of youngsters under six
teen, and holds its services at the
regular church hour.
Best Tow-Car Service in City
- Texas Garage, 1919 N. CapitoL
Rally' Day, In the Sunday school
at Jason Lee church today brings
See these before you buv.
t, v irjf io make new car
customers by selling you a
satisfactory used car.
1919 Font Roadster .
sold as is, with
starter ..... ... . . .
1921 Ford Coupe
starter, fair rubber,
sold as is . . '. .....
1921 Ford Touring,
new top, good tires,
runs dandy
1923 Ford Roadster,
has. most everything
on It, Ruckstell axle
This is a special car.
See It . .
1924 Overland Tour
ing, good condition,
finish like
new t . . . . ,
1924 Chevrolet Tour
ing, special paint job.
Good tires,
snappy motor. ......
1923 Chevrolet Coupe
new paint, overhauled
good rubber
1924 Chevrolet Coupe
new paint, oversize
tires, completely over
hauled from "end
to end ......... j- .
Newton Chevrolet
Opposite City Hall Tel. 1000
to a close, a highly successful
"Rally Week." in which all de
partments of the church took part.
Over 200 young people attended
the Rally social given by the Ep
worth League on Friday evening.-
Dr. Agnes Lewis and Dr, Henry Lewis, Osteopathic
Physicians and Surgeons, who have been practicing
for the past twelve years in St. Cloud, Minn., will
open offices for the practice of their profession in
the new Bligh Building, Rooms 127 and 12S, Monday,
October 18, 1926.
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Electric Washers
At Reduced Prices
Time Tried Western Electric Wash
ers are being sacrificed to make
room for Christmas stock. If you
are thinking of bnyirg a washing
machine get our price before you
buy. ...
: 181 S. High St.
Salem, Oregon
All Bids in Our Office by Saturday, October 23
J7 Acre Dairy lUnch, at AVoodbum, Known as Layman Estate,
V, Now Owned by F. L. Moore
C7 acres very fine soil, all cultivated but 3 acres pasture; family
orchard; 5 acres choice swale land; well built 8 room house, C
rooms plastered; garage, barn, 30 ton silo, outbuildings, fenced.
Located on main street of Wood burn which connects with Cali
fornia Pacific highway. Wood burn is a noted berry center.
Property in Willamette Valley is valuable now and is bound to
go higher. Look this property over now and mail us your offer.
Western Coast Land Co.
383 Fittock Block, Portland .
- High Class Furniture Real Estate
Tuesday, October 19, at 1 P. M. '
840 North 20th Street
-Consisting ot 1 Orbon DeLuxe Sanitary Base Range with coils;
.breakfast set, all walnut dining room suite. like new, ivory bed
room suite, walnut dresser, coil springs,-good mattresses, 1
mahogany Windsor rocker, 1 mohair davenport, r floor lamp
with silk shade, 1 Universal No. 20 heater and other furniture.
Fruit Jars and garden tools. Particulars later.
, The above furniture Is Just like new
- Also at the same time, the property will be. offered for sale;
5 roomed fully modern house, built less than 1 year, full co
mment basement, porch, garage, lot 50x143. pavement in and
paid. This is a real home for some one, and can be bought
with a small cash payment, balance can b paid like rent. If
you are interested in buying- a home, don't raiss this Kale.
Near bus line and school. Will be sold subject to a very
reasonable reserve. - C. M. 3IADSEN, Owner.
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271N. Commercial St. Fhcno 75
'""Agents for tJitts Ranzesi i' ,.' . ...
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We Tay Cash for FwhI Furniture, Tool,- V.ic
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