The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 29, 1927, Page 7, Image 7

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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1927.
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Ex-Marine Looking for Some
Former Buddies When
Division Meets
WASHINGTON. (AP) Jay
I r Williams of Gettysburg. S. D.,
hVen induced to iom up
Asl8fjl- Secretary of War and
president of the Second Division
as?ociation. "
Williams was a corporal in the
Sixth Marines, attached to the
Second Division during the war,
while MacNider was progressing
ith that outfit to the rank of
. . '.,,n9nt rolonel. TheT met
. R.u,c
"Muring and after the war, and
1 fpsnondence as a result.
(f Getting ready for the Second
Division reunion here June 4,
MacNider signed 35,000 letters
urging veterans eligible to mem
bership to attach a dollar to an
enclosed blank and add their
names to the 5.000 on the asso
ciation's roll. The one addressed
t Williams was the one reproJ
duced on the outfit's publication.
The Indian Head," and Williams,
after thinking It over for a week.
replied :
Thaf? the first time I was
ever dunned on the front page of
a maeazine; and I never thought
in l!US. that any horse-ridlug of
ficer would ever get tne to join
anything again. You win. Here's
niv dollar.
"I'm almost tempted to attend
one of the reunions. Possibly I
would have the good fortune to
fneet a certain dirty loot whom I
have been waiting to meet for the
past eight or nine years. If I
ever meet mm, an i wut.
rA.ceutral by standers and a little
Vom to work in.
?i!J "There i also the dude who
OJUs me loo marks from a poker
"V'tame in Rheinbrohl: and I might
ilieet an old friend, a corporal
ho stole the best cuts of meat
from the supplies of the officers
me??, and who always carried a
tinip pnid bar for his cap and a
slicker to cover his uniform when
he spent a late evening in tne
company of Corporal Goff and
mvself.
"Come to think of it. there are
lots of coort reasons for Joining
vour outfit."
Automobile freedom the con
tacts thus effected- with urpan
ways and conveniences and edu
cation, including advertising, have
broken down the barriers between
country and city, and given farm
ers much the same desires and as
pirins that move their breth
erenoYlhe asphalt, says Grist.
They want big cars and water,
and heating, and lighting systems
and up-to-date clothes and furni
ture, and radios and pleasure trips
and other things of the sort. Mo
tor Chat.
Commissioners' court
rontmuel from pE 6.)
33.60
Acrt.
42.61
Acct.
2.10
Health Officer's Acct.
ougias. ur. vernon a..
Dd. county health of
ficer 95.83
Poor Account
Byrd. w. H.. Co. physician 65.00
Juvenile Court Acrt.
White. Nona, probation of
ficer -. 110.00
Stxk Inspector's Acct.
Morohouse. V. G.. Co. vet
erinarian
Scaler of Wis. and Meas.
Jones. . f.. district sealer.
County Court, or Comrs.
Hunt, J. T.. Exps. of coun
ty iudse
Porter. J. h.. Sal. and
Exps. of Co. Comr 139.10
Smith. J. E., do 118.80
Y- M C A.. Salem Ore.,
maintenance of .free em
ployment bureau 50.00
Imlipi-nt Soldier Acrt.
Sammons, H. G., relief Tor
Clarence Miller 25.00
Sammon. H. G., relief for
Jrving Bunce 25.00
KegUt rat Jons and Elections
Bovt. c. g . cash Adv. for
stamps 10.00
mmercial Book Store,
t 'miorcements .
Vl0-anr1 Prinlinor fn en-
elopes 22.00
toner's Ink Co.. ink. - . 8.80
Kxptmcs Sheriff's Office
Barber. v. T use of auto.
Adv.
- Co..
on Dep. sher-
Tel. Co..
Jos., tax
tax turn-
tax
uwer. O I) . tin ''
l;oer, o. n., casn
for stamps
1'acifi,- Tel. & Tel
PHonf. service . .
Industrial Acc. Com..
"n. ins
iffs
Western Union Tel. Co
'skerams . .
iMiinijartner,
'Ierk
Unwell. Mary.
"ver clerk
Rl,liarrliou. Homer.
clerk
i-hardson. W., do
ia'eisen. Wilt. do.....
. 37 Clerk's Of flee
jMujjjjolt Store, erasers,
BtU G. i cash ydv.
iur stamps
Com mercial Book . Store.
Pens - ;
t jMoores Ross E. & Co., le-
I gal blanks ......
lOregpn i Typewriter Co..
I cleaning adding ma-
chines, etc. . . . .
t Pacific Tel. Tel. Co.'.
i " phone senrnee-r."7T':'.-Trr
Kodgers Paper Co., index"
cards, etc. ...........
I -
57.60
32.80
10.00
12.60
14.40
1.83
97.50
120.00
97.50
112.35
97.50
2.25
5.00
3.60
10.00
9.75
-770
450
Stevens Law Publ. Co.,
code annotations 2.50
Recorder's Office
Brooks, Mildred. R., cash
dav. for stamps 3.00
Pacific Tel. &' Tel. Co..
phone service 6.25
Treasurer's Office
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co.,
phone service 6.90
Patton Bros., envelopes 2.75
Surveyor's Office
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co-
phone service 3.58
Patton Bros., paper .... 2.10
District Attorney's Office
Carson, . Allan G exps.
on trip to Washington 500.00
Knowland & Unruh, print
ing brief 79.01
Assiessor's Office
Atlas Book Store, type
writer rental, etc 8.05
Capital City Bindery, as
sessment blanks bind
ing 52.50
Commercial Book Store,
pencils 3.50
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co.,
phone service 7.60
Rodgers Paper Co., car
bon 3.00
Steelhammer, O. A., use
of anto 28.30
Steelhammer, O. A., cash
adv. for stamps, etc. . . 4.20
County Court or Comr's Acct.
Capital Journal, publish
ing claim docket 70.00
Nicholson & Wiper, Inc.,
insurance premium ... .75
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co.,
phone service 14.95
C & L Parts Store, Inc.,
siren 30.00
Salem Chamber of Com
merce, .4 cost prune
survey 49.71
Statesman Publ. Co., pub
lishing claim docket . . 70.00
Stevens Law Publ. Co.,
code annotations
Geo. Cockeran fcOO
Golden Ambulance Ser
vice, do for W. K. Shlll 5.00
Hammond Lumber Co..
groceries for Nellie
Wachter 25.00
Hubbs Real Estate Co.,
house rent for Mary
Renick ' 6.00
Kafateria Shoe Store.
shoes for Wm. Belgrade 8.40
Knighten, E. G., groceries
for Mrs. C. Putman . . 8.00
Martin, Eve, relief .... 10.00
Miller's, shoes for Gladys
Cain ; 5.73
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co.,
phone service ........ 3.50
Perry, J. C, medicine for
M. Cave 1.09
Pickens & Haynes, grocer
ies for P. A. Potter . . 8.00
Pickens & Haynes, grocer
ies for Mrs. Wald worth 8.00
Pickens & Haynes, grocer
ies for B. L. Caseday. . 10.34
Pickens & Haynes, grocer
ies for Mrs. McAfee . . 6.00
Plant, Jas., digging grave
of E. A. Mack & Ernest
Hyland 12.00
Porter's Store, groceries
for Retta Forrest .... 20.00
Porter's Store, groceries
for Rosie Bloom .... 13.00
Porter's Store, groceries
for Jennie Rix ...... 10.03
Portland Electric P. Co.,
electric service -. 9.50
Rice Grocery, groceries
for Mrs. Clevlnger .... 8.00
Rice Grocery, groceries
for Mrs. Taylor 32.04
Rice Grocery, groceries
for Mrs. Kephart .... 8.00
Rigdon, W. T.. & Son, Ime.,
burial of E. A Mack . . 35.00
Rigdon, W. T., & Son. Inc.,
burial of Jesse B. Lewis 35.00
Rogers, J. W.. milk for
Mrs. Swanson 8.60
Rosteln & Greenbaum,
shoes for Gladys Cain 3.50
Rostein & Greenbaum,
shoes for Gillingham
family 9.30
.Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Valentine Viox , 37.50
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Addie Rigdon. . 37.50
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of J. H. Morrison 37.50
Salem Deaconess Hospital.
care of Rndrew Campbell 37.50
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Mrs. E. A. Par
ker 37.50
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Mrs. Lizzie How
ard 37.50
Salem' Deaconess Hospital,
' . care or Fred W. Baker
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Donald Miller. .
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
. care of. John Regner..
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care , of Mrs. Lillian
Baker
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Nona Sing
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Beecher Frame
Salem Deaconess Hospital.
care of Mrs. Helen Zer-
cher '.-'
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care, of Luella Johnson
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of David Ratcllffe
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Katie Schirman
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
are of B. L. Caseday- .
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of D. I. Wareham
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of J. B. Lewis ....
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of E. A. Mack ....
Salem Deaconess Hospital.
! care of Noah C Kuhn
t Salem Deaconess Hospital,
37.50
37.50
37.50
37i50
37.50
37.50
33.75
43.75
24.25
18.75
11.25
5.00
5.00
, 1.25
1.25
care of Jonas Anderson
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Mrs. ; Luella
Strader . . . . ..V.i. . . . .
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of W. K.Shill ....
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Mrs. Marie Scott
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Francis Rice. .
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Beatrice Gal-
braith .
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Ruby Johnson'. .
Salem Dearoness Hospital,
care of Ruth Jones. .
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Ruth Landis . .
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Margery prnner
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of Geo. Cockeran
Salem Deaconess Hospital.
care of Mrs. S. E. Mor
gan .
Salem Deaconess Hospital.
Salem Hospital, care' of
Myrtle Williams ......
Scott, Mrs. C. E.'. house
rent for Rosie Bloom. .
Shrode. D. L., groceries
for Mrs. Northcut ....
Smith & Fontaine, grocer-
8.75
. 5.00
10.00
5.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
f
1.00
3.00
2.00
C.25
22.50
26.50
9.00
21.35
At
24.35-
-- ies; for Mrs. aCin . . . .
Smith & Fodtaine, grocer-
ies for Mrs. D. Chiles. .
Swanson, Mrs. Alice, re
lief Townsend, J. A- groceries
for Amos Brown ...
Townsend, J. A., groceries
for Albert Rose -. J; ;
Wengenroth. Wm., grocer
ies for Mrs. Jennie Par-:
ker .................
Wengenroth. Wm.. grocer
ies for Josephine Jeau
doin J ,
Willamette Sanitarium
treatment of Henry' Mi- '
chalik "... ..... . . disallowed
Juil Account
Bower,- O. D., board of
prisoners . .. . . . . . . . . . 581.60
Pratt Rasmussen, repair
ing toilet 3.55
Juvenile Court Account
25,23
10.00
16.23
1.55
10.02
15.00
Goln, A. N. do 2'.
0
31.50
114.00
9.00
9.00
ft A V
- 3.50
9.00
143.50
9.00
12.50
2..r.0
5.00
5.00
Bower, O. D., use of auto
White, Nona, exps. of pro
bation officer ........
Dog Tan Fund -
Cole. Robt., sheep killed
by dogs ... .........
Dentel. Wm.. do ... .
Dunagan. Loran. do ....
Edison, J. T.. do ......
Fox. Floyd T., do ... ...
26.20
' 6.7
3.5r
12.0
90
19.00
207.00
Hubbard. H. E.I do
McCallister. M. D., do
Morlely, J. C; do
Page, A. L., do
Powers,. Pat, .do i
Schafer, Alfred. , do . i
-Schlechter. Joe, do . .,
Scott GeOi D., do . . . ,
Stute JJros., do . . . . ,
WellsrV; H., do . . . . .
Idcnmity for SIuUKlitrr of
l)jeiwI Cattle -Feskins.
Lambert indem
nity . T .
Fletcher, E. B., do . . . . .
Furrell, C. H., do ; . . , . . .
Herd Inscctor'8 Account' ..
Ilanrahan. John W.. asst.
Co. .herd inspector 122:25
Lange, Fred W., do ... . 2.25
v IlHwte of Fees
Ellis Wade, rebate account
overpayment . . . . , . . .Cont'd
Rodent Control Account
White, D. A., & Sons; bar
. ley .......v.;.. 24.44
Divorce Fees & District At t'omcy
Salary' Account . . '
Kay, Thos. B.. state'ireas'., .
divorce fees y..'... 83.00
Misc. Accounfs .. .
Capital' City LaundTy,-Iaun- -drying
towels, etc.- .7. ... .1.85
15.
15.
20.
12
19
32
10.
24
50.
50.
40.
90.
Court House Account
Brownell Electric Co.,
electric lamps 10
Capital Job Shop, carrier,
etc., for tax register . .
Crown, Mrs. A., adv. on
wood cutting contract
Cronn, Leo., do
Farmers Fire Relief Asso
ciation, ins. premium
Farmer. Ray L., Hdw. Co.,
mop. etc
Glass & Prudhomme Co.,
truck casters
Halik & Eoff Electric
Shop, electric repairs . .
Hansen & Liljequist, shelv
ing 1
Jorgensen, Ira, repair
stove
Portland Electric P. Co.,
electric service 110
Salem Water, Light &
Power Co., water service
Spaulding, C. K. Log. Co.,
wood
Stewart's Repair Shop,
making keys
Stiff. H. L.. Furniture Co.,
table
Circuit Court Account
Barrett. Blanche F., re
porter's fee
Boyer. U. G., cash adv. for
--.stamps, etc. 5
Capital Citl Bindery, bin
der 4
Pacific Tel. Tel. Co.,
; phone service . ; 7
Stevens Law Publ. Co.,
code annotations 7
Hulsey. H. H.. et al. fees
of jurors, etc 774
Justice Court Account
Atlas Book Store, staples
Patton Bros., ledger .... 27
Small. Brazier C et al
justice's fees, etc 264
FebbleMin1ed Account
Miller's, clothing for Lora
Trimmer
School Supt's. Office
Atlas Book Store, pencils
Fox, William W.. travel
ing exps
Fulkerson, Mary L,, do..
Fulkerson, Mary L., cash
adv. for stamps, etc. . .
Irwin-Hodson Co.. The,
honor awards, etc. . . .
Lee, Henry, printing ban
ner Marion Co. Child Health
Dem., quota for main-
- tenance of health dem.
headquarters
Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co.,
phone service 14
Reid. Cora E., truant of
ficer's exps 8
Salem Armory Board, rent
of armory 20
Small, Geo., Janitor ser
vice 6
Health Officer's Account
Bertelson & McShane, let
ter heads
Webert, Louis, registrar. .
Scheible, Mrs. Gertrude,
do
Van Winkle, Dr. J. O., do
Bauman, J. T., do
Hubbs, G. W., do 14
Manegre, J. B., do .. . . .
Cchaffer, Margaret, do.. 4
Beebe, G. H., do 7
Prather. E. S., do
Fruit Inspetcor'a Account
Van Trump. Co. horticul
turist 137
Kraps, The J. J. Co.. tags 4
Poor Account
Bruce, A. R., laboratory
services Byrd, Dr. W. H.; profes
sional services to Geo.
La Rose .
Capital Drug Store. The,
medicine for poor....
Champ. S. ill., & Son, gro
ceries for Mrs. Summers
Clark. Frank C. board of
poor farm inmates . . . 288
Clark, W. H., groceries
for S. L. Cady .....
Cooley & Pearson Groc.
eery Co., groceries for
Geo. Esplin . . .... . . .
Cooley .& Pearson Grocery
Co., groceries for Sylvia
Caughman ..........
Cronn, Leo, adv. on wood
cutting . contract . I .". ...
Digerness. N., groceries
for Elsio San berg . . . 4
Director's, groceries . for
G.! W. Beeman ......
Dirks. Mrs. W. V relief 15
FinJey, J. P., & Son, fun-
eral of II. F. Pruner 25
Fry's Drug Store. .; medi--cine-f
arpoor-.-. . ,.6
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88
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80 !
20
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5.12 j
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25
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98
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Golden Am balance Service
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SPRING COMMENDS
NEW USES FOR OUR WANT
ADS
IF EVER there was a time
when our Want Ads were
serviceable, it is now when
the annual orgy of spring clean
ing threatens, when houses and
gardens must be fitted out for
summer, and vacations become
a matter of interest. Our .Want
Ads used at this season will do
so many things conveniently
and economically. It is in the
spring that this great buying
and selling medium turns re
sult producing handsprings
Just consider your own program-'
for next -week, and if a
Want Ad in the classified col
umns will helo you, order it
today
THE LONG delayed building boom is
close at hand making a good market for
desirable vacant property. Residence lots
are especially in demand. To take proper
advantage of this condition, property
owners should use pur Want Ads. This
unusually active section carries real estate
offerings "to thousands of prospective
buyers. Returns are certain if you use
the real estate classification of our Want
Ad section.
DO you jcver read the, BAR
TER and EXCHANGE
columns of the Want Ad
section? If not, take a look to
day. Here is where the canny
shopper becomes the canny
swapper. A multitude of mis
cellany greets the wary readers
who make good use of this sec
tion every day. Every one has
something to barter or ex
change. Phone in your offerings!;
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DOMESTIC HELP is now more
available than it has been at any
time in the past two years. If you
were unable to secure a maid or a
cook some, months ago, you can again
take hope; and a Want Ad in this
paper will bring results! Many girls
and women who gave up domestic
service for other work have come
back to their previous occupations.
A Want Ad will reach them.
WITH better conditions
prevalent m the automo
bile industry, and the excess pro
duction of cars being rapidly
absorbed -indeed, with even a
car shortage possible, it is little
wonder that the buying of used
cars has become quite brisk again.
The USED CAR classification
is a great motor mart for this
whole territory. Want Ads in
this paper have been astonish
ingly successful of late, espe
cially in the sale of Ford cars.
If you ; have a car to sell, adver
tise it, order your Want Ad to
day or tomorrow, then get ready
for buyers!
May! June! July! Play time vacation
days ! Summer homes, lakeside cottages,
camp sites are being bought or sold now, in
the Spring, as owners want the use of the
property the whole summer long. A Want
Ad will facilitate the sale. If you are de
sirous of securing a summer home or vaca
tion place in a certain locality, a mention of
your wants in a Want Ad will bring quick
results. "
MOVING from house to apartment,
or from one apartment to another,
often results in excess furniture
which does not fit the new living
quarters. Dispose of them through
Want Ads. Other families want odd
pieces or entire sets .to complete
their furnishings, and readily buy
used furniture that is suitable, be
cause of the saving it represents.
List the pieces you have, give suffi
cient description and tell in your
Want Ad when and where they may
be seen and the sale is as good as
made!
CAMPERS are already champing at
the bit longing to get out in the
'-great open spaces. They are also
checking up on their equipment
and when they find something miss
ing their first instinct is to turn to
our classified, columns to fill, their ,
needs, f If you have any camping
equipment to sell our Want Ads
will do it. " -
When (jalli-CfirciSingi
her audience is but two thousand people
at most. But through the medium of the
reproducing phonograph a thousand audi
ences maybe moved at ence by her golden lilting voice!
What mechanical reproduction does for music, our great
Want Ad section does every day in the week for busi
ness. Your want is reproduced so that it comes to the ;
notice of thousands of people everywhere; and among
these thousands there are always enough to accomplish
the results you want. The efficacy of the Want Ad
comes from the acute interest of its audience and the
audience of this great 'section was never larger, than it
. is today. -
Nor was it ever more interested. People in this terri-'
toiy have come to recognize it as the quickest way to
sell and the most economical way to sell whatever they ,
want. And among so -many readers there are always'
people who want what you have to sell, who can supply -'
what you want to buy! ; v
Check over our Want Ad section this week." ;
I it produces results for all the advertisers
'.already in it, it can produce for you! A
; salesman, a messenger, a marketplace, an
- all around convenience ! Don't neglect to '
use itl ,
THE TIME to sell a boat or launch
is while it's high and dry and the
hull can be thoroughly inspected. If
you have a slim little single sticker
shored up somewhere, or a power
boat on the blocks that you will not
want this summer, the time to make a
quick sale is now. A Want Ad will
quickly connect you with yachtsmen-prospects.
PARROTS that
show off ; dogs,
from kennel show
ribbon . holders
down to the ordi
nary no-account
kind ; cats and
kittens, canaries,
white mice, gray
mice, whirling
mice; guinea pigs
of all strains, rab
bits, gophers or
ferrets all' kinds of pet
animals can be bought or
sold through Want Ads
in this paper. .
The Cost Is Small
The Response Quick
Classified Advertsing
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3 inscrUons,-pcr..M'Ord.-.........,;.....!; 5c
1 week (6 insertions), per. word 8c
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6 months contract, per word
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12 months contract, per word
per month .......12c
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