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UTR OREGON STATESMAN. RALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1021
! ' MEMBERS BUSK
They Undertake Mucli for
hft Pnmmnn funnel ' WnrU
for Summer Planned
; Aa the faculty expense of the
'imdget at Kimball School of The
ology is by far the largest Item,
-It is well for contributors toward
-' the support of the school to know
!what these men may le doinj? out
of school hours. It.seems to the
nevr president, Dr.s John M. Canse,
;that there Is no more conscien
iilons group of men Ho be found
-anywhere. ; Nothing seems to be
: too much for the communities
near by to ask that, they do not
readily undertake for the com
Professor C. I. Andrews spends
most of his weekends directing
.jBchools of religious education
throughout western Oregon. This
week he Is at Junction City. He
has accepted the important posi
tion for the summer of director
of religious education at the
Gladstone chautauqua. Doctor
E. S. Hammond, the nestor of the
faculty, will visit the college of
;the Pacific, Stockton, Cal., and
call on old friends enroute, spend
ing some time with his son, -who
la a chemist at the navy bead
quarters. Mare Island.
hall School ntndent pastors; It la
largely through his Influence hat
mnay cuurcns m m-ariiy country
tow as bate Vofcit. awakened for
more helpful community service
along modern linf '.4 of a more
practical , character. President
Cansn expects to attend a dozen
summer institutes and conferences
In the interest of students . and
supoprt of the several annual con
ferences within the territory of
Those who reflect on this heavy
program .for the summer among
the Kimball faculty will appreci
ate their ambitions in the inter
est of others and the better pre
paration they will have for next
year's teaching. In former years
much of the field work for funds
has been done in the summer by
these men. It would seem a good
business venture to let them he
freed from this1 detail and turn to
the special work they have in
mind for the summer. This will
require a prompt response from
the friends In sending in their
contributions. This can easily
save the expense of paid field
workers and show the personel in
terest of the people of Oregon and
the northwest in the welfare of
Kimball School of Theology. The
financial policy is to make the
money go as far as possible, aud
President Canse and the trustees
are relying on the interest of the
gittuualnf-s.. present t heir benefit
ierforB ; fr the- flood viftima
of thy MsjxKippi valley. The fun
makers annou'nee that there will
he new songs, new jokes and an
entirely rearranged program. .
Tic kets are on sale under charge-!
Every Cent of Proceeds to
Go for Relief of Flood Area
Those who have seen the Am
erican Iegion minstrel troupe in
action need have no fear that they
will have to sit through a stale
of the lied Cross and the Salva-tit "owner.
tion Army at SI each. There are
to he no reservations for either
performance,, one of which will
be at 7 o'clock and the other at
9. The slogan Is "First come
In addition to the minstrel show
there will bo a picture and the
drum corps of Salem post No. f
,13 w irtfoy-Tf-1? an-rhT tt? ajgas
stuff, .'.?,. . t Y
The proeeds every cent paid
ii rfir t ickets-r will b turned over
to swell Salem's. quota of the Red
Cross Mood relief fund: The Capi
tol theater lias Im-ji donated, lock,
stock and barrel, by Frank Illiglu
It's going to be Salem's
r.ight- in the cause of humanity.
hoys nntx TO dkatii
HOI? ART. Okla., May 14.
(AP) Perry Davis. 7, and his
brother Ralph, 9. were burned to
death when their home was lam-:
aged by fire here tonight.
PORTLAND. May 14. (AP)
Seaside Orei was selected today
as the convention city of the
itpend the summer with the Tern-I of tlie Motaodist Episcopal church.
pie Tour, known as the Students'
Travel " Tour of Europe and the
Holy Iand. He has greatly de
sired to. make this trip for several
years as a special aid to his Bible
courses at Kimball and Willamette
"university. His son, : Kenneth, will
accompany him. Much of the sum
mer, teaching, ho had expected to
do will be taken over by Professor
C. if. Reefer. With his special
studies at Boston for a number
of ."years, Port. Keefer is well
prepared to add many new meth
ods, and expressions that young
people will eagerly accept. He
will teach at the summer school
of Kimball School,: from June 15.
lasting ten; days.. Then he will
be on the faculty at, 'the Epworth
league Institutes at j Falls City
and. at Ocean Park.. Washington.
A Heavy IVogram
Professor WV-H. 'HerUog, whom
to. many' men of Salem' know for
his athletic interests, last year le
Toted much of the summer to
rural leadership among the
; churches and conferences in Cal
ifornia. H to considered auth
ority on "matters regarding home
missions - ami church extension.
Most of his Sundays are taken
among the churches of the- Kim-
Eafl Flun was elected presi
dent of the organization today.
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SETS XKW RECORD
.HOUSTON. Texas. M,iy 14.
(AP) Edvin Wide, famous Swed
ish runner, lowered the world's
record for a mile and a ouartor
IMIH hftfn tfitu nftArnnnn uOinn
traveled the distance in " minutes.
31:1 seconds. He clipped 3:9 sec
onds off the former mark.
Reedsport to build new $30,
000 union high school.
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Both Are Written
On The Same Page
The history of this bnk has been bound up closely
with the prosperity of the community. In fact, the
story of our growth, i$ written on the very same page
as that of the success of our individual depositors,4 in
vj which ware glad to say, we have had a part and your
-f . account is cordially invited on the same basis.
"The Dank That Service Built"
Accnrts for Bale
tup iuSdtli a nirn in a tvr ,
Chiropractic will prove
to you the' same as it
l has proven to others
that you need hot suf
fer.; Rheumatism or s
' Neuritis 'is quickly ad-
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iDIL SCOFlELO '
Straight patmi$ Ckiropraepr
iS06 Fl'rst National Barlk i
LEAN ON A
Prof if Produclnff
; rrof.:sUe JrabUcSty
A popular window teat desica with real individuality mad of
nuM aromatic ted cedar bcartwood aad a marveiouaty
beautiful bp ckaat. Ideal ior uac aa louae ia wiAtiow or at
(M l M. 4&ukb. Hemlar value, f 50., Now Qnly $29. 5
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- xv '; A btanttfal chest with femiOB wti-
' ant exterior a ad full fach thick
. MoeU of aramatic red cedar heart-
; waod. . Wala fimsfadecorated wik crackled caamaL
-lftS we, '. w oniy
To commemorate their 15th Anniversary the makers of Lane
'Cedar Chests offered two of their most popular models at a
price that simply shattered, all precedent. We were able to
obtain a limited number of these chests-and here they Tare !
.Values we have never in all our business : experience seen
equaled. Regular $50.00 chests at ......$29.85
tfcesc chests ' ;
wherever and i
in small weekly
irr woman-mrr votms 1 knoiri'&a'valDe' chHt-n&'a: a'price so onbelierably low that
EveW woman every yomz gal
of a cedar chest, - Nothiac T caoT ever buy will
live you more joy and pleasure, more pride and
Anticipation, or better moth damage protection for
your valuables. .: s f.- : Wf !j; . l'H M .
Yon know that! And here's at last a chance for
you to tret the very chest you want one that is
, beautiful high grade, made of the choicest aro
matic red cedar heartwood only as Lane makes
you just CANT put off any longer:
By all means see these two Anniversary Sale
Chests, one in wahrat the other m natural cedat
finish. Bat both with the Lane 9 Points of. Per
fection wrthoot which no chest can' give lasting
fragrance and enduring service. , - ;
YOUNG MEN! M you would farther ingratiate
yourself with some lady fair give her. one of these
splendid "Hope Chests." r . " , - V-
. norm! -
We could only get a few of these beautiful chests.. First come first
served. Avoid disappointment by coming today. "Bring her with you."
7 I HEUE I
As Agents, Offer the Following Accounts for Sale to the Highest
Bidfder; Reserving the Rfghtf to Reject Any or All Bids
NAME v ADDRESS . NATURE OF ACCT.
W. A. Adclhart. Salem. Qrp. Merchandise
C. E. Timmie.
Robt. .Car&tm .
L. R. Martin...
R. H. Perry...
F. A. Hash
V. W. Horlon.
........ 31.50 ;
.... ... 33.17
....... 13.85 :
.. . 14.75
1 1 0.00
...iPfote and Interest.. 185.00
......Note and .Interest................ 15.00
.....Note and Interest...... 1 : 7.50
.Note and Interest....... . ... , 55.10
Hugh Aspinwall .. ....Salem, Ore....... ....Note and Interest.,. 37.27 .
Clarence . Ingram ......Salem, Ore Drugs ... 10.00
Grover Potter Salem, Ore. .-.Drugs -.:--.....:............. 38.05
Ed. Bartoz Salem, Ore.. ..Merchandise" ....,.......... 16.55
Carl Shafer Salem, .Ore....;......Merchandise 4....: 18.43
R. Holt Salein, Qre .Merchandise .. .....
Salem, Ore... .. . -.Merchandise
Salem, Ore.. ....Material ; and Labor...
......Salem,' Qre .....Material -'and ; Labor
..Salem, Ore.---------Material and Labor
.Salem, Ore..... .'..Material and Labor
Saleni, Ore...... Material and! Labor.
-Note , .: . ,....v...
.....IJalance on Car:....:.
F. R. Scoville; Salem, Ore. ...... Material
R. N. Neff.. .. Saiem ' Qre....... Blaterial and Labor. ... . ..
Frank Hickman ....Salem, 'Ore..-- Building Material d
Ralph Mason Salem, . Ore.. ;:.ABui!ding Material.......
W. K. McKnight Siem, Ore. -..- Wood and Millwork...
C. A. Ramsey- Salem, Ore......--Buildlng Material
Mrs. Mabel Ross Salem, iOre .. .. -
Oregon Auto Trans. Co. .Salem, iOre..i...-. .Iiurnberi......,- . ....
R. Harry Mills Salem, Pre .WoovJ arid Building Material
Mrs. G. N. Williams Salem, Ore.- Waotf-'i:............':....:.:..
J. V. Johnspn Salem, Ore.,... ..Building Material ...........
Claude II. Stevenson Salem, Ore...... .....Note and Interest......
W. L. Royal Salem, Ore. :Note and Interest ......
Hugh R. Smith Salem, One.: .... ... Jfote and Interest ...........
H. II. Mumford ...Slem, Ore
John J. McAllister Salem, Ore
Albert Wm. Kendall Salem, Ore
Paul Johns .Salem, Ore....
O. C. Freed
A. G. Spence
Ed. Potter Salem,
Mrs. A. G. McMillen ...Salem
.Salem, Ore. Merchandise
.Salem, Ore Groceries ......
.Saleni, Ore... ..Merchandise
.. Salem, Ore-
Merchandise and Interest.
Merchandise ... .... .. ... ...
Creditors will not advertise these "Account for Sale" again if
. ; sold or settled
A. E. McKee Salem, Ore.
C. E. Thomas Salem, Ore..
J. W.; Sasteel .Salem, Ore.:
J. P. Mero Salem, Ore..
...v..Bad Checks and Costs ... . 3.25
Groceries ..... .. ....... .,... :. ..:. .... 291.62
Balance on Phonograph. 78.00
:Balance on Phonograph..... I........ 74.65
Reuben Arslanian Salem, Ore . ..Drugs :......
Ed. Hodge Salem, Ore. .....Material and
.J.. j..... 4.40
Labor.. .......;..... . 32.60
Jim O'Riley Salem, Ore ........Balance on Car... i :-..:....... .
VV. A. Moore..... Salem, Ore .......Material and Labor
Lloyd Mitchell Salem, Ore ...Material and Labor... ...
R. T. Gore 1.. Salem, Ore. -..-rJudgment, Costs and Interest.
C. E. Thomas. Salem, Ore. Groceries .
A. W. Thomas Salem, Ore.. ....... ..Judgment
Mifce Etzel W. Salem, Ore .Merchandise
Ivan IL Jones..... r...... Brooks, Ore, .Building Material . .. ...4.., .
G. H. Robbins. ...... ..Rickreall, Ore Note and Interest..
J. H. Schaffer
C. H. Hupp...
S. Hanchy ... .. ...
W. F.Wright .
C. E. Hammett
F. NV Neer
Frank ' Keys...
S. G. Sheets
Frank Cronn .. ..
....Turner, Ore ... ,4Drugs r-...; .... :....
....Turner, Ore ....Merchandise ........ ....
Turner, Ore..;...... Merchandise ..:.... .......
Turner, Ore. ... Material and Labor...:
....Turner, Ore Material' and Labor.?:...
Turner, Ore Merchandise
Turner, Ore. ....Merchandise and Loan....
....Turner, Ore. Material and Labor-.;..:
.... Aumsville, Ore...:. Material and Labor.......
S. B. Hanschy Aumsville, Ore..... Groceries
.Stay ton. Ore. Groceries ;
Jack Reisterer:. ...... Stay ton. Ore. .1 Merchandise .
J. W. Sooner.. 1
J. A. Cornley..
M. C. Chamberlain.
....: Stay ton, Ore. Merchandise
Stay ton, Ore. ...Notes
Stayton, Ore. Merchandise
..Stayton, Ore......;.Drugs -.'L'.. ....
Stayton, Ore. .......Drugs
A. P. Herman . Stayton, Ore. r Drugs ...J ;.. ...li:
M. E Morely... ...Sublimity, Ore Merchandise .:..
Jerome Lauderelte:. . Sublimity, Ore Merchandise ;
F. B. Smith : Sublimity, Ore.:...Merchandise ...
A. T. Ritlpr-, ....... Sublimity, Ore Merchandise X.
Mrs. Chas. Amort Shayr, Ore .1 Drugs ..i,
Nick Endirs- ...:.Scio, Qre.. Bad Check . . ..... ....
All of the Above Accounts Are Legally Negotiable
The North American Underwriters Association will receive
bids for the above-named accounts and will continue to advertise
them for sale until sold at some price. These accounts are guaran
teed (by creditors) undisputed, correct and justi
The Worth American Unden7fuG?s Ass'n
I ' 1 SALEM, OREGON
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