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.- pRlpXt MOWING, AUGUST 5, 1027
Three Of Original Family
i ,(rreseni uavia Loonev
. . r . . am i a ,
" ' Reelected Prpident
-JEFFERSON. AUCL. ,4 On
Sunday. July 24, the descendants
, ' of Jesse and. Ruby Bond, Looney,
pioneers of 1843, held their annu
al family reunion. Three of the
original family were present. They
-were' David H. and . Norria -H.
Laoney and Mrs. Frances Cornel
H ot Jefferson. Mrs. A. J. Fair
banks of Willlts, California, in
coming north for a visit but wm
unable - to arrive fa time for the
. . reunion.: " -' . . - ? .
a snort oasiness meetinn was
aeia, aunng wnicn time it was
to ted to retain the same officers,
David H. Looney is president. Mrs.
Anna'VReed of Lebanon was th
.honor guest. ' - ' :
... A, short program was given
Which consisted of reminiscences
of early days by Mrs. Anna Reed
William Smith, Jr., gare two
trumpet solos, a brief welcome
was glreu by little Louise Loon
ey.: and impromptu talks ' by Sen
ator Frederick 8 telwer. Dr. Vj W
Allen; ,M. Latourett and. Virgil
. Looney. ' .- -: ' a
; About, one hundred: people en
Joyed the basket dinner at noon.
The? werfuMr. and Mrs. Da rid H.
Looney, Mr. and I Mrs. George
Looney Norrls Looney, Mantne-
rft&Booney.:Mr.and Mrs. William
Looney and fam!lyrMr. and Mrs
Slanoa Looney. Eleanor, Marguv
tltn Jl. and Elizabeth Looney.
5Ir Francis Cornell, Mr. Ben
Looney, Mr. and Mrs. W. E,
i Smith and children. Mr. and. Mr
"Victor . Looney,- Mr.c and Mrs.: Karl
Stlwer; John Steiwer. Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Looney and daughter
Loalse' Mr.and Mrs. Fred Loon
ey, Mr. and Mrs. Walton Looney.
Eflb,narid 'Gilbert Looney, n. T
eorge' and E. W. Hahn all of
iefferson; Frances Looney, Lyle
Looney, Mr. and , Mrs. Dee Stei
wer. Russell Steiwer, Mr. and Mrs.
Hastinas of. Salem; Raymond Ne
bergall; Mr.-- and Mrs.- - Virgil
lkoney,-Mary ahd. Grace .- Ellen
v Looney, Mr.' and Mrs. "Jed Loon-
' "ejr-aiL tjr Aibany.it
. I Senator, and.., Mm. ' Frederick
? Steiwer and two children of Pen
dleton; Mr. and 'Mrs. 1 r Chester
Gaines- of. Bend Richard Calnes,
Mr. and Mrs Henry Abersoh and
children of -Tadepndence;' Dr. ahd
Mrs. W..:. Wallen. Marion, and
Jack Alle of Mill ItyvMr.' arid
Mrs. Jesse Steiwer" of Amity;' Mrs
Wlnlock Steiwer. of FossUr mr
and "Mrs. Earl C. Latourette and
three children of Oregon fiity:
Mr, and Mrs. Thompson and' son
of Brownsville:' Hr: John 'L Tteeff
Sr' John Reed Jr, and daughter of
. Lebanon Herbert Ezery of Taco-
mai.Wn.; Mr, arid-Mrs.' Joe Har
per; Mr and Mrs. Ellner Connelli
and wa. Mrs. Frank Douglas and
daughter Frances and Grace Cbn
nell all of Portland. - -
1 This, clan will meet for. Its next
annual gathering the third Sunday
in July in"19S V ?
Threshing Machine Hum
- Heard Now At Lincoln
LINCOLN, Aug. 4., (Special)
Merrick's threshing machine start
e4. operations on Nelger's place
yesterday. The wheat is hot quite
up ito expectations but. Very fair.
Oats and retch are good and bar
ley lair. M r. Nelger. also has some'
splendid, corn. : . Ji,. , , .
" 8. 1. Griffin is patting a cement
foundation -trader ; bis honse and
alKOUding a cement sidewalk
r- RfaTlon arid X.ucille Haekett are
bltlag the DN Hendricks fami
ly -at -Iefila:-Xake..;;,.,i,;' :.
If Badk "Hurts
Flush .Your Kidneys Occasion
rCiUjr, y, OHnklna; Quarts ,
s oft Ooodt Water i a i
jio man or woman can make a misr
.fluihing the kidney occasion
al!, says a .well-known - authority.
, Too much rich food creates acids
which- xioi the kidney' ores so- that
they sluggishly filter 6r strain only
part of the waste and poisons from
the blood. -Then you ret sickv Rheu-
. ma'tism, headaches, liver' trouble, erv
ousneiL constipation, dixxiness, sleep
lessness, bladder disorders often come
' The moment you fee! a dull athe in
the kidneys or yonr.bacjc hurts, or if
the vrine is cloudy, offensive, .full, of
sedhtiend trregular of passage, or at-
tenaea vy sensatvon oi scaiarag,
to drmk softwtec caanti
ties; also get about four ounces of
lad Salts from . any reliable phar
macy and take tablespoonfni m a
gts of watef before breakfast for a
few dayt arid your kidneys may theit
act find :' ' . r-c :' ;f :
ifhis famoui salts is made from tbe
- acid of grapes and lemon Juice, com
! bmed with iithta, and has ,beej , used
for- years to hefp fiush clogged- kid
tieys arid stimulate them to activity,
aba to kef? tieutratize tM icidi in the
system io they nt& lonprer eauie irrita
tion,' thns ef ten,.ttlievii;. th4derr s-
rfrs.-.--. -'ii-. fcvV.C iyy's
J. 1 S-'fts is i--rN jve 9"A cannot
fiif . e ; ' r-ai-es ri"C I - euerves"
cent litKa-wAteir'drir. ? .ich vry
we can take now and thin to- help
te?.t!ie.lilie clem tnd the blood
ffre, th:r' r ' '-n ff evtn?i3 ttiottl
Band Concept JP rpgrajn
For Jonigrjl Announced
As was announced yesterday.
the program at the Caerrian band
concert in Wilson park this eve
ning Will include, selections by the
Salem -American - Legion drum
corps, - and vocal solos 'by. Mrs.
Halite Parrish Hinges, f The com
plete program' follows:
1- "Semper Fidelia" March . . .
2. Selection "King Do Do". . .
3. Sunnyland Waltzes ..Rosner
4. Popular Numbers
5. Vocal Solos. .....Mrs. Hallie
(a) "In the Garden of My
(b) "Bonnie Sweet Bessie"
6. Selection "Bohemian Girl"
American Legion Drum Corps.
"The Butterfly" (Morcean
Characteristic) . . . . Bendix
Overture "Gypsy Queen"..
Arthur Pryor's American
Legion March .... .Pryor
11. Star-spangled Banrier
2 FIL'ES ASSESSED
HPEEDIXG AND LICENSE LACK
NOTED BY OFFICER
When he failed to register his
car upon his arrival in Oregon,
Bert F. Ryder, now of 262 Hoyt
street, Salem, waived his right to
00 days free registration in (tbe
state, as a visitor, and laid him
self open to a fine for operating
a car without an Oregon license.
This was the decision of Police
Judge Mark Poulsen, who yester
day fined Ryder ?10 for failure
to have an Oregon license on his
car. Ryder was also fined 15 on a
t targe of speeding, which was the
Original complaint on which he
appeared in court.
Ryder is said to be- a mechanic
working for Hunt Bros, canneries,
driving from plant to plant in
Washington, Oregon and i Cali
fornia installing machinery. He
was required also to take but an
Oregon license for his car.
Fines of SS each were also as
sessed against Clyde F. Pichi, 790
N. Commercial street, and Harold
Pierce, 1007 S. 13th street, on
Egg Within An Egg Found
"On Ranch East Of Salem
M. M, Magee who lives east of
Salem has a flock of Rhode Island
reds of which he is quite proud,
having stock from prize winning
flocks from Oregon and Washing
ton, as well as -eastern states. He
thinks now that he has a record
breaking hen. '
An egg was recently picked up
which was a little above the aver
age in size. When brbken, it was
found to' contain a perfectly form
ed egg and also a smaller egg with
with a perfectly formed shell.
l I V "...
(NQTHER large collection of choice Oriental Rugs
froraCartorian Bromine, will be displayed and offer
ed or sale in jthis store by a special representative of that
Leo R. Powell, Special Representative - ,
Tse Oriental lmevetT'dioic't the huge
stotk of Cartoaan Bros Inland the remarkably low
- ct that thU concerh malntaLs its
own foregn buying department, its own importing head
gjpas an munens turnover through iu numerous
Condition Aggravated by
'". -Protest Filed
While warm weather has been
"getting the goat" of Salem peo
ple generally for the past" two
weeks; it threatens to get the goat,
in a very literal sense, of a north
Saletn 'man? keeping several of the
animals within the city limits.
Neighbors or the "goat ranch,"
which ' is Jus't north of Shipping
street, along North Capitol, com
plained to tne city health office
yesterday that since the advent of
the hot weather the odor of the
animals had become a decided nu
isance In that part of town, and
asked for relief.
Since the heat has driven all
those with authority to act in the
matter to the beach or other plac
es, on their vacations, members of
the health office force yesterday
declared that nothing could be
done about the matter until the
return of one of them.
Batty Cooper, city sanitary in
spector, is away on his vacation.
Depnty Health Officer Vernon A
Douglas recently left for a vaca
tion at the coast, and Dr. Walter
H. Brown, county health offieer.
is out of the city for a few days.
Dr. Brown is expeevf d to return
today or Saturday, and the com
plaint wiU be referred to him for
action. Meanwhile residents of
the district say the odor i3 "get
ting their goat." . '
GROWERS OF DOUGLAS
FAVOR MARKETMG PLAN
(Continued from HE 1-7''
.'. v 'y:
partment of the Portland chamber
of co&&rce. ' -: .
Thee, present market ' situation
was explained by Jones, who told
of ' efforts being made to bring
about the needed improvements.
"California Id producing 400,
000,000 pounds of prunes this
year, be said, "and in addition
there is a carry-over of 60,000,000
pounds in that state. Oregon's
crop Is estimated at nearly 60,-
000,000 pounds, so that between
the two states there will be ap
proximately a half billion pounds
of prunes to be disposed of. In
connection with this overproduc
tion there is the competition of
tropical fruits to be considered,
so that the only hope Is to in
crease consumption through or
ganization ajid advertising.
"There is no chance to get to
gether this year except locally
but we should start 'now to pre
pare for next year. Unless there
is an organization of the prune
Industry the growers might as
well pull up their trees and quit."
R. H. Kipp spoke at length on
the situation on the coast ; "We
want to do nothing to incite in
dignation' he said, "but we want
ccol and business-like considera
tion of the situation in which we
are at present involved."
H. S. Gile of the Giles packing
company of Salem stated that an
organization jsimilar to the one
now proposed was started three
years ago and that if it had been
Oriental Rug Organization in America
formed, then. there Pwou Id be no
tuch situation as now exists. i
f "Every . resident packer of tho
1 northwest, favors the organization
of; the pung industry," he said,
"Neither the grower nor the pack
er can make money under exist
trig conditions ' and organization
is the drily 'salvation-."
' W." P. Drager of the Drager
fruit company told the growers
that Douglas county has an'excell
ent opportunity" to pool its crop
this year dne to the fine quality of
its fruit. Much of the Oregon crop
is affected by scab, Ae said, and
cannot be marketed "und'r the
high standards which must pre
vail In handling fruit from the
No opposition was expected to
the pool, but. in voting all growers
did not respond.
Rosedaie Young People
Attend C. E. Conference
ROSEDALE, Aug. 4. Mrs. J
D. Alexander is visiting with her
daughter, Mrs. Verne Chandler of
Turn water. Wash.
Several young people' from
Rosedaie are spending the week
a tthe Christian Endeavor confer
ence at Twin Rocks.
Miss Whitlock spent the week
end with Miss Derchen Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. Bates were in Al
bany last Friday.
Chester Hadley and other mem
bers of the Hadley family were in
this community for a snort time
laslj .Friday. "
JerseyCattle Club Meets
. G. Gunderson Farm
SILy-ERTON. Ore., Aug. 3.
X Special) -The Marion Coun ty
JerseyF Cattle, club will hold its
monthly meeting on the M. G.
Gunderson farm north of Silver-
ton on Sunday, August 7.
A business 'meeting and a bas
ket lunch will be part of the pro
FORMER PASTOR VISITS
ROSEDALE. Aug. 4. (Spec-
ial.T Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hadley
and family of Portland were re
cent Rosedaie visitors. Mr. Had
ley was former pastor of the Rose
dale church, but is now located
at the First Friend's church in
ATTEND ENDEAVOR MEETING
ROSEDALE. Aug. 4. (Special.)
Several members of the Cam-
mack family are attending the
Christian Endeavor conference-' of
the Friend's church at ' Twin
Rocks. This is a yearly affair rind
draws people from various parts
of the state.
KATHJtYX SMITH TAKES JOB
SILVERTON, ORE., AUG. v 3.
(Special) Miss Kathryn Smith,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Smith, has accepted a position
at Eastman Brothers. Miss Smith
began her work Wednesday morn
Miss Smith has but recently re
turned from New Orleans where
she spent eleven months.
la f4w Yock Otrt ScMda. Sookaaa
T l and Tacsoa WMhtana . .
ltafl crmnmrhcrmwith 30 Lofln Stow In tho Netting
J I C. Penny Stores Make
(Tremendous Gain in First
Half Of This Year
"Good roads develonment ' the
automobile, bus lines and other
elements addine to tb -wiii
which 'people may' travel is a boon
for all local merchants." says J
N. Chambers, manager of the J.
C. Penney store in this city.
i This is clearly shown in the
volume of business that is being
done at retail at the present time.
especially in sucn necessities as
dry goods and other department
The store keeper who is on the
watch for new customers can get
them in steadily Increasing num
bers. This is clearly shown hv
the increase in business done by
the J. C. Penney stores in tho
past six montns over the same
period of last year. This increase
amounts to $13,637,692 and is
the largest increase shown bv'anv
large store operating coin nan v.
New customers r nnmlnv intn
, .v.u' 0
every town in the country, brought
oy motor cars and trains. Tfiev
ate buying over the counter at, a
greater rate than ever before, and
they are showing excellent judge
ment In their selection of materi
als and styles.
The constant migration of fam-
tourists and the general movement
Hies by motor car. tue influx of
of the population of the poiintrv Is
also affording the local merchants
a rare chance for increasing sales
volume. . . . - .
) "Advertising, co-oueration with
customers, attractive store fronts i
A SPECIAL PURCHASE ENABLES US TO OFFER THE
MEN OF SALEM THIS REMARKABLE SUIT VALUE.
HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET A FINE QUALITY
ALL WORSTED TWO PANT SUIT AT A VERY LOW
COST. FINE QUALITY THROUGHOUT. DUE TO THE
LIMITED QUANTITY THIS SALE WILL LAST . ONLY
TWO DAYS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. . '
aMTOB.Keuuine.weicaii;: worsted all wool suits are bxxM for
m?n who prefer to, Seess ih conseryfiVe style and fenjoy
the long eanngqddHtieVof hard finish materials.? The
patterns are mostly dark mixtures with fine strip effects.
T If. 8j.y - 18 r e tbW button sack eoatf full lined
win xine quality alpaca. lining.
. - r rstabllsled
and the faculty ,; of be.ingf - wide
awake, to the new baslnr'J cohdf
06ns' wltiph modern s trantporta-
ti'on has created will serve to make
any wen-organized community a
better place in which to do bust
aesis than e.ver before." ;
The time is ripe for local busi
ness clubs and. organizations ; to
popularize their respective cities
by f urnishlng attractions and conj
veniences which will bring the
traveling population' Into the bos
iness districts." '. ,'
OLYMPIC COUNCIL. HEAD DIES
BOSTON. Aug. 4. (AP)
William C. Prout, president of
the American Olympic council,
died at his home today after an
illness of thr!d montbs. "He "was
40 years' oldt .
9:45-11:30 KOW (482). Exereiaet;
ltoahold bcps mnd-moKie
10:00-12:00 KEZ (240). Fatti Cook:
11:00-12:00 KOIK. (310). Hoiuewife't
12:00 KFEC (214). Weather reports.
12:00-1:00 KOIK. Organ concert.
2:40-nd KTB&. Play by play baseball.
5:15-4:00 KOIK. Toisy Torry Times.
- rSTOAT BIGHT
6:00-7:00 KOIK (310). Orcan concert
6:00-7:00 KWJJ, (229). Twilite hour.
0:00-7:00 KOW (492). Dinner concert.
6:30-7:00 KSX Orcan concert by Dar
win Wood '
7:00-8:00 KEZ Entertainment and
7:00-7:15 KTBB AAA road reports.
8:00-9:00 KWJJ Roy White, pianist.
:ui-b:0 &ou, webber s Junior
Ktrinr quartet. . '
8 : 0O-9 : M KOW Pnno.rt
9:t(UI1D0 KWBS (200). Stringed in-'
.ytrnments and DorothrDavenport. con
tralto 9; 00-9: SO KXT. Lucien Becker organ-
9:00-10:00 KOW. XBCr program.
9:30-10:00 KTBB. Four Leaf Clovera.
NBC 9 to 10 p. in. 'Symphony CndM
xne jiars -, itom . the Holly woo at
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KGO Oakland (384), 6, orchestra: 6:45.
. i 8. .Western Artists serie; U, NBC pro-
kx OakUnd (508). 7. news; 8. 9:30.
KHJ Lo, Angeles (405). 6, trio; 6:30.
TWO PAIR PANTS
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