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SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10. 1927 .
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To Try Their Lurk
Albert Richard Wetjen and
Mrs. Wetjen and. Murray Wade
td Mrs. Wade and small son are
in the wilds of Linn county with
flf fax isbnrg, as headquarters, for a
. v j end outing. Mr. Wade in
'Atnd to his Salem friends that
be would try his luck at deer
hunting, some of his said friends
being hungry for venison.
Alleges Sheep Tak
Claiming .that A. A. Flesher
"unlawfully .took and carried
away 20 head of sheep valued at
1265. Luke Lemery yesterday be
gan an. action in circuit court to
recover that sum from Flesher.
We - have ; a Dodge 1925
touring equipped with bump
ers, spot light, ' automatic
swipe. 85 per cent new ball
ooiuf. f inteh like new. This
Is a fine running car for f 623.
1 927 Hudson Super
Run only 1900 miles
New Car Condition
Dance Saturday Night
Hazel Green. Ken
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM OREGON
( 1927 Buick
1 Standard 6 I
Plenty of Used Ca
58 Chrysler coupe 60 Chrysler
coeh late model Fords. Fitiger
aid Sherwin Chrysler Dealers. Sll
Boy Yonr Wood Direct
From the car and tare. Phone
"after 6 p. m. 1988. aug.21tf
Earl Named Justice
. Governor-Patterson Friday ap
pointed H. L. Earl Justice of the
peace of Turner "district In Mari
on county. 1 He will succeed D. S.
Eastman who has resigned.
Salem's Popular Old Time Dance
Castilianf Hall Saturday, Ou
dean's orchestra. S-10
Four Fatalities In Week-
There were four fatalities In
Cregon due to industrial accidents
during the week ending September
8, according to a report prepared
' here today by the state industrial
accident commission. The victims
were Carl E. Nelson, Tillamook,
i laborer; Ferner ' yictorsen, Port
land, 'chaser; Raymond Monroe,
Powers, railroad worker, and Lars
C. Hoyt, Harrisburg, shingler
There were 94 accidents reported
to the commission during the
School Opens September 19th
Get your Books and supplies at
the Atlas Book Store before the
Rhoten Sells House
The deal was closed yesterday
selling the house at 540 Oxford
street owned by B. A. Rhoten to
A. C. Bohrnstedt. This is a new
house just completed, Mr.
Bohrnstedt and family will move
to their new. home at once.
Salem's Real Old Time Dan"e
Crystal Gardens. Saturday.
Dancing 8:30. Matthes orchestra.
Clifford Brown's Estate "
. An. additional 8100 per month
rom the estate of the late Clifford
"Jown has been allowed his wid-
-AHce O. v Brown," the order " as
filed in circuit court yesterday
Indicating that this sum is to be
used for, the purpose of sending
Percy Brown to the University of
Oregon. The sum of $600 per
month had already been allotted
tc Mrs. Brown from the estate of
8 Oregon Pulp and Paper Co
Preferred. Limited amount for
sale. Hawkins and Roberts. Phone
Coral Olson has filed suit in
circuit court asking for a divorce
from John Olson, alleging cruel
and inhuman treatment and per
sonal Indignities rendering life
Hotel Marlon ,
Dollar dinners served 5:45 to 8
every evening." ' ' &26tf
Rides on' Sidewalk; Fined
.; James Haley , rode his bicycle
'on a sidewalk within the city. He
was fined $1 in police court for
the offence, and .granted until
September, 12 to pay it.
Oregon Pulp and Paper. Few
s&ares at sacrifice for immediate
ale. 201-lst Natl. Bank Bldg. sltl
Suit has been instituted in cir-,
cult court, by Nina S.' L. Boyle to
foreclose! a 13000 mortgager
against O.' M. Sather.
Plenty of Used Cars
58 Chrysler coupe CO ChryslerM
eoacn late, model Fords. Fitzger
ald Sherwin Chrysler Dealers. Sll
The Business Men's Adjustment
league has begun an action In cir
cuit court to collect $520 from V
E. Skubovlous. , , It is alleged that
the sum is due and owing on a
... A comef lot 100x100 ft.,
close in with substantial 3
Story building and i-rooni cot
tage on ground. A. splendid k
cation for laundry, wood-working
shop,, automobile repair
shop, garage;" general feed and
seed store, and many other
purposes. We are now In po
sition to offer this corner for
110,000 with a cash payment
of only. $3,000 and long time
on balance. - See us about this.
U. S. REALTY CO.
44i state SU
. s: ft
Licensed to Wed j
A marriage licence was yester
day granted by the county clerk to
John Martin, 38, of Macleay, and
Melissa Haw ley, 18, of Silverton.
Salem's Real Old Time, Dance
Crystal Gardens. Saturday.
Dancing 8:30. Matthes orchestra.
Title in Question-
Suit to quiet title has been in
stituted by A. M. Hansen and oth
ers to establish a clear title to a
piece of real property south of
Salem on the road to Buena Vista.
Will Sacrifice Beautiful Late
Model Robert M. Cable Piano
for cash or would give part time
to responsible party, 355 North
High street. S-15
A decree of divorce was yester
day granted by Circuit Judge- L.
H. McMahan in the case of Har
vey Stanton vs. Nellie Stanton.
3 He cash. Pacific Fruit and
Packing Co., West Salem. alO
Suit to Quiet title to a piece
of property south of Salem near
the Santiam river was instituted
in circuH court yesterday by H. L.
Carrysot and others against I. R.
Dawson and others.
Salem's Real Old Time Dance
Crystal Gardens. Saturday.
Dancing 8:30. Matthes orchestra.
Rummage Sale Coming
The local W. C. T. U. will hold
another rummage and cooked
food sale on September 14 to 17,
inclusive, it was announced last
night. Any person who has art!
cles to donate for the sale may
leave them at the W. C. T. U. hall
at the corner of Ferrv and Com
mercial streets, or may call Mrs.
J. J. Nunn, phone 690. and their
articles will be taken care of.
Wanted to Buy.
A good piano cheap. Tel-
Open Cut-out Nets Fine
R. B. Lewis, arrested at nearly
midnight Thursday night by Of
ficer Edwards, of the city Traffic
force, paid a fine of $2.50 in City
Recorder Poulsen'a court yester
day, in addition to having the cut
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture Co. fl3tf
Youth Settles, Released
Vern Schafer, arrested and ar
raigned in Justice Brazier Small's
court for writing a check when he
had no money in the bank to cover
il. was released from custody yes
terday when he settled a check
for $1.55, which he had passed on
a local merchant. Costs were also
assessed against him.
School Books V
You can get them now - and
avoid waiting when school opens
Atlas Book Store, 465 State
street. SI 5
Fined for Over-Parking
The following were fined in
City Recorder Poulsen's court yes
terday for overtime parking on the
FiiH KENT Bohmw 7
I ROOM HOUSE AT 33 A.
,'OZY Z ROOM HOUSE.
RxigHKP FIRST rLOOR a rooms.
rrjce, wr aenooi na duk. ira wri
Wathint-ton. Tel. 716M. -J7.IO
UNQALOW" IN PA1.MKM COUK'f. Ull
rich sad Reborta. 129 S. Couimreil
St. Tel. 1354. t7S&f
GOT IN" MY HCWEntAUH,
cat A i PUMPKIN
tfTER wc CV)l 11,
mm t i-tr XT 1 ItTSR.
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"The House That Service Built
city streets, contributing SI each;
Blanch Glamson, Lawrence An
drews and W. G. Madden. Mad
den was said to have left his car
in one place on State street from
1:45 p. m. to 4 p. m.
New Eye Expert
A new -doctor of optometry has
been added to the staff of the
Morris Optical company in the
person of R. Dougherty, Opt. D.
Miss Dougherty, now entitled to
use the word "Doctor" before her
name, completed a two year
course in optometry this summer
and was successful in passing the
annual examinations of the statae
board of optometry examiners.
Out of 8 who took the examina
tions there were only two, one
other beside herself, who passed.
From now -on Dr. Dougherty is
to be a regular member of the
staff of the Morris Optical com
Jersey Club to leet
The Marion County Jersey club
will hold its first regular meet-
ign following the summer vaca
tion, in the chamber of commerce
rooms today at 1:30, it was an
nounced. Plans for the clubs
showing at the Oregon State fair
will be discussed, it was said.
Stolen Car Only Borrowed
The Hudson coach belonging to
J. L. Potter reported as stolen
from, its parking place near Chem
eketa and Capitol streets, was
only borrowed by one of the con
tractors working on the new ap
artment house near there, police
Newport Resident Here-
Kenneth Hoyt. a resident of
Newport, is spending a few days
Child Runs Into Car
A child about five years old,
whose last name was given as
McRae, but whose first name was
not learned, was slightly bruised,
although he ran away with some
other children afterwards, when
he ran into the street on North
Commercial yesterday and was
struck by the car of A. L. Lamb
of Gervais, Lamb reported to the
Salem police. The child was
struck by the front fender of the
car, and knocked to the ground.
Lamb said. After giving his last
name, he ran on with the others.
His knees were bruised slightly.
Building Permits Issued
Two building permits, entailing
an estimated outly of $4000, were
Issued in het city recorder's
office yesterday. Emma Murphy
Brown will erect a one story
dweling at 1475 D street, t a cost
of $3750, and Capitol Motfers, Inc..
wil esect a used car shed on High
street, between Center and Chem
eketa, at a cost of about $250.
Thomos Brockett will be the build
er of the latter structure.,,
Strictly modern new tlx
room English type house, &
blocks State house. $6800.
F. L. WOOD
841 State Street
6, 8 and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamying and pleating.
ANNA II. KRUEGER
Oyer Miller's Telephone 117
Money refunded If it doe not
' - cr your case
NELSON A HUNT. Drajgglata
Cor. Court and Liberty Tsl. 7
Quick Reliable Serrioe
H. KGNER, 1615 Center Street
Phones S02 and 1810-W
- j Fine Fixtures "
' Standard Equipment
1927 FREE WALLPAPER
SAMPLE BOOKS ;
I Call, phone or write
MAX O. BUREN
71. N.f Commercial ' tklexa
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Cirass Fire Slight
City firemen responded to a
call at 11:57 yesterday morning
to extinguish a grass fire at 16th
and U streets. A Hr of that na
ture is regarded as unusual, fol
lowing the recent rains.
Car Damaged In Collision
The auto belonging to I. F.
Koch, Fairview avenue, received
extensive damages when a car
bearing license number 225-625
crashed into it at the intersection
of High and Court streets, hitting
it broadside about 9:20 last
night Koch was traveling
about 12 miles an hour, he report
ed to police. The other driver
was no! watching the street, he
Three Ask Beds
Three persons were admitted
to the city jail last night to spend
the night. They were A. H.
Chandler, U. M. Schrumm, and
Margery Looney Elected
Head of Sunday School
HAZEL GREEN. Sept. 9.
(Special) Mrs. F. Hasblebacher
spent Wednesday with her son-in-law
and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Lenners of Zena.
Mr. and Mrs. Williamson and
son, Donald, and Miss Carol Reis
er spent part of last week at Oc
eanside and Netarts. Mrs. Ruby
Keiser and daughter Phoebe of
Salem occupied the Williamson's
ABOUT LOCAL OR EASTERN
Oregon Electric Ry.ri
Willamette Valley Line
On the Wallace Road
? C. F. BRETTHATJPT
Telephone 380 - BIS State St.
Have that .Winter Coat
We reline, shorten and make It
look like new.
Ladies wool dresses cleaned
and pressed, SI. 00 up. Men's
and Ladies' Buits cleaned and
pressed SI. 00.
Rewound and Repaired. New or
- J Used Motors
VIBBERT ft TODD
" Things Electrics! " r
111 South High TeL XllJ
YICK SO HERB CO.
J. IL LEONO, llf
Our life's work has
been spent In studying
'the healing properties
' of Chinese herbs and
bow dally we rellere
those suffering from
tonvteh, Urer and kid
ney trouble, - rheuma
tism and gall stones,
' also disorders of man,
and children, , , r
Pre OonsmlUtlon Call or TTrfte
A. IX. Co P. U. 1 :
Et Calens, 0reoa
Cope t 2
Jr3 ette i
HOLLYWOOD USED CARS OF PORTLAND
We Trade in
home during their absence. I
T All2nM I . . - X n , V I
TICU VUIIII13 IS CI J 111 ill. IUC
Mrs. C. G. Kobow and son and
Mrs. Rudolph Wacken and daugh
ters are enjoying a vacation at
The woman's missionary asso
ciation met with Mrs. G. W. Dav
is last week.
C. A. Kobow will threat cloveT
as soon as weather permits.
Orville Luckey and family are
enjoying a vacation at Pacific
The following officers were el
ected at the Sunday school: su
perintendent. Margaret Looney;
assistant superintendent. Mrs. Ir
is Van Cleave; secretary. Iola
Luckey; treasurer. Glen Looney;
organist. Iris Van Cleave.
Miss Carolyn Williamson spent
the week-end at Newport with hei
sisters from Salem, Mrs. W". Haw
Frel C. Taylor, Pastor
11 a. in.. Communion Service
"The Cross of Christ"
7:30 p. ni. Gospel pennon on
"The Sinner's Surety"
MAKE YOUR VIEW AND COMMERCIAL PIC
TURES, ANY TIME, ANY PLACE
Call 951 .
429 Oregon Bldg.
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
, :r. -BsUbliabed Iter ' -
General Banking Business
. Office Hours from 10 a. m. to S p. m.
, J,. ......
TRANSFER and STORAGE
' ' Jjortg and Short Distance llanliiis ""
V ; '. Public and Private Storage
-i'r Fireproof Building .
tiRAtiii feei Hand! seed
n ' Free Delivery to any pari of the city k '
Day Telcphesa 23 -
at Sales Room of
KIRKWOOD MOTOR CO.
311 Commercial "St.
Run only 4000
tunity lb save
$ $ $
''i1 SAVE $ $
kins, and Miss
LEAPS TO DEATH
PORTLAND, Sept. 9. (AP)
Elmer H. Rathbun died at a lo
cal hospital on September 8 at the
age of 35 years. He is survived by
a brother Manford, of Bandon,
Funeral services will baheld to
day at 2 p. m. from the Webb Fu
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
415 State Street
lilzU Telsphsae 12S7-W
Sept. 10th '
$ $ $ $ $$$$$$$ s $ $ s $ s $ $
From the roof ofe, private sani
tarium. CM. Porteorof The Dalles
I fell or leaped to a sidewalk
3 5-feet below, suffering a broken
leg and possible tracture of the
skull. He was a patient at the
They are building elevated
streets in New York now and this
ought to boost the sale of window
blinds to some extent.
Monday. &3pt. 12
Located 5Y2 miles east of Salem the Ien Hoad on
the J. D. Clark place, consfstins o ;
1 Black Korse weight 1550 lbs.
1 Grey Horse weight 1500 lbs.:
A good! work team
1 Guernsey it Holstein cow S
years, to freshen in Sept.
1 Guernsey. & Jersey cow 3
years, to freshen in Sept.
1 Guernsey cow 8 years, to -;
freshen, in Jna.
1 Guernsey St Jersey cow X,
years, 'fresh at time of sale
1 Guernsey heifer 1 year eld
1 Guernsey St Jersey heifer 1
1 McCormJck Blower 5 foot cut
1 Champion Hay Bake
1 6 foot disc
F. N. Woodry
12 Years Salem's Leading
Auctioneer, in charjye. Resi
dence and Store N. Sum
mer SU Salem. -
Located Vi mile west of Macleay on the Olson farm
consisting, of , ,
1 bay mare years eld weight 1250. hlocky. this is an A No. i,
horser l hay mare 4 years old weight 1150 lbs. broken to all har
ness; 1 brown mare 9 years old
oonoie; l nay none years eld weight 1000 lbs,; 1 reg Jersey cow
7 years old to freshen Nov. 9. est tt-S, a 5 gallon cow. 1 pare bred
Jersey cow, 7 years eld to freshen Oct. 15, test 5.7, a 8 gallon cowi
1 Jersey A Guernsey cow f years eld te freshen Nov. 15, test 5 pet
nt, a gallon, cow; 1 -Jersey eew 4 years old to be fresh at time
of sale, this Is a lovely cow; 1 dark Jersey cow 7 years old, milk
ing, test 5 per cent, a good family eew; 5 Jersey heifers 1 year old;
2 Jersey ban calves 10 weeks old; 1 Dvroe Jersey sow. 2 years" old
.to: farrow at time of. sale ;1 O.LC. brood sow 1 yr. to. farrow at-
time of sale; 1 OXCLr egoar 1 yr. old; 12 R.LC hens; 2 R-I.n.
roosters; 4. acres of corn in field well eared and fine fodder; 5
tons baled eat hay, extra good; 1 set doable breeching harness;
1 set light, harness with extra collars ;1 5-foot Milwaakee mower;
I hay rake; .1 Iron wheel Davenport wagon with new hay tack;
1 2 -section, lever harrow; 2 1 -horse cultivators; 1 corn disc harrow;,
, 1 ot 4 horse disc with tongoe track and seeder attachment. Lkr
new, and, ether mlscellaneona articles. - 1
NOTICEAny one having anything to sell can bring it to this sale
Tcrme-.An Bams of $20.00 and ander cash. Over that tmoant 6
menthi time will be given to parties tarnishing approved bankable
notes, 'at t.per cent interest. ,'-rt ' ,
, 12 Years Salem's. Leading
- Auctioneer, in charge. Besi
V denoe and Store 1610 N. Sam
V : mer ; St. Saicm. :: r
Cash Paid For Used
1927 - Star
I " and . 'v
; Sunday, j
era n sFs n
1 2-sectIen lever harrow
1 2-sectioxB spring- tooth har
1 No. 50 Oliver chilled pkW
1 3V4-inch) low .wheel .Stade
.baker ragon with rack
1 feed cutter, hand or power
1 lH-horse Hercules gas engine
1 hay fork; with .carrier .and
pulleys .J. - x:
1 extra set. of wagon wheels ,
1 De Laval r cream separator
1 double set work harness 1
1 set ha eft harness .
Other articles too numerous to
See me personally: abont your
sales; Complete .satisfaction
Sept. vS Sth
p. m. ; v
weight 1100 lbs. works single and ,
See me personally abont yocr
sales. . Complete satlfactioa
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fFnrniture Phcns 511
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