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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON ;i!
r - SATURDAY MORNING, .SEPTEMBER 17,1027 .-.
Couple to Wed-. J corner extensirely, he reported to
A marriage license , was yester-j police : yesterday. ', Two large
day issued' from the office of the 1 trucks, were parked bo as to pre
nnntv clerk to Clarence jonn i
Zeifccr-and Pearl Boerfler. Both
Residents of Sublhnlty;c..-i
Dance Saturday Kite, )Iaael Green
Ken Boyle's dance, band., SI? ?
Women Wanted-- v "
At Starr Fruit Products Co. Cor.
Church and" Mill' Sts. Phone 439.
vent . him from making a .proper
turn, he said, '
i Wanted Blackberries
: 3 He cash. Pacific Fruit and
Packing Co., West Salem.. - si 5 tf
KentI Hall Is Located - V;-
' On the ' Independence '-Salem
highway. .2, miles north, of Inde
pendence, i ' - S17
8 Oregon Pnlp and Paper Co- Car Damaged Lightly
. Preferred. Limited amount for
'sale. Hawkins and Roberts. Phone
1427. " vw: ' Jiytf:
I A license to, marry was i Issued 1 1 ront
yesterday to Oliver A. Apple, oi
15C5 Belleriew street, and Minnie
J L. Miles, of 1555 Beller lew street.
r iKryptok Lenses fl2J50 '
I Fine Toric reading lenses
$4.95. .Free examination. Credit
fit desired. Thompson ft Glutsch
Opt. Co., 110 N3ommerciaL slltf
Salem Popular Old Time Dance
Castilian Hall, Sat. Oudeans Or-
i chestra. ' ' 17
Omar V. Hubbard. 335 South
24th "street, had his ear slightly
damaged in an accident yesterday
morning, when Margaret Steiner,
route 1, backed her ar from - a
parking place on State street -in
of i Willamette university.
Her vision of approaching traffic
was obstructed, she reported. I
The "Moonlight on the Wabash
Has nothing on the Moonlight
Waltz at KentI; Hall. ; S17
. says . . : : - v:
We have a late 1926 Poniiac
Coach with . new . rubber,
lots of special equipment.
This is a fine running car
and a bargain at $700.00.
Th House. That Service BaUt
A. .weddlnc license, was Issued
yesterday afternoon to Merritt E. J Day school opening and new clas-
Yon Cannot Take Away
One often loses property or
money. It may burn or be stolen,
but not so with knowledge. ' -It
cannot .be taken awaw- the most
valuable asset a young-person can
acquire." Acquire a fund of busin
ess knowledge this coming year at
the Capital Business College. Ar
range for your .; course this week;
same office, nearly, in the. week
the number of, divorce suits was
greater but - by, Wednesday,; the
number of marriage caught up
and there were, four of each. ": On
Thursday both numbers remained
the same, .and . yesterday , three
marriage licenses were taken j out
as compared with one divorce suit
started, placing the total of wed
ding applications two in the lead.
Real -'Old - Time Dance Tonight
Crystal Gardens.: ; Mathe's or
chestrsv'- I. 817
Hart- 985 North 5th street, ana ses next Mondar.
Sophia Stewart, 555 .North winter
Sue on N
Action: : was " begun in circuit
court yesterday by ;L.ixzie Haines
to collect a $250 note from Louis
Hare You Danced
f i At KentI Hall -
And repairing. Qiese-Powers
Furniture; Co. , II Itt
Rons Into Wood Truck .
: The car of. H. Galloway, Cottage
Grove, was t damaged yesterday
when he drove it Into the rear end
dt:a loaded wood truck at Court
and Cottage streets.: He misjudg
ed the distance.he reported to the
city traffic department.
Swone Makes .Addre
C. A. Swope, secretary of the
Lion's club, delivered an inspir
ing address on the Constitution at
the regular Lion's club luncheon
t?V yesterday noon. - The speaker de
J. clared that the. constitution is a
m . n . M . . n A Va irrnft
and corruption the government
Snlem's Real Old Time Dance
Crystal Gardens tonight danc
ing starts 8:30. Mathe's orches
5 Rooms Court Street Plain
Plain home. Bath, plaster, pav
ing, fruit, flowers and garden.
is h fault of the American neo- Total price $3350., terms like rent
nla as a whole. ' They should fail Vacant at 1788 Court. Why rent
to return to office any man who
disabuses his political : duties.
Swope'said'. r'i- ' ,
Becke & Hendricks. 189 N. High
street. ' 1 1 , - Sl
Tliey Dance Everr Wednesday
And Saturday nights at KentI ncer. comaea-wun a
- . . la . a . .
Hall. " i S17
Dollar dinners served 5:45 to 8
every evening. ' ,
Building Permits Issued
JD, D. . Socolofsky was Issued a
Cop Runs Amuck
G. R. Watkinds. state traffic of
livery truck at Center and Liberty
streets early yesterday afternoon,
when he failed to - see the ap
proaching machine, it was said.
other traffic officer, riding In
the sidecar of Watkinds machine,
was talking to him. and diverted
his attention. it was said. A,
Gardner, driving the delivery car.
LilZSfJ IfiiSiSi collision, according, to reports, al
SJXl thpugh he had the.rjgh4 of way, .
TITol Mr,, TaV I -artl I XIUUIKi
-nT l ,,Vut f nVt 'Man 1T Anp Larson andCson wish to
tion, will be built" lor Maua u. . tvi .
tvo.v t nn ptlniftted cost or thank their friends and relatives
Professor T. S. Roberta
Has . on display his beautiful
console for his residence pipe or-
aran at The Salem Music Co.,' 355
North High Street.! ? V i .t j v J l-Sl.g
At Starr Fruit Products Co. Cor.
Ckurch and Mill Sta. Phone 439.
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Traffic Violators Fay -
Among those who paid, fines of
31 each for overtime parking' in
restricted areas, yesterday, were
Harry Cohen. Earl Irons, and L. Z.
Elney.' McKay Chevrblef company
paid 1 for parking a ear in front
al a fire hydrant.
At Starr Fruit Products Co. Cor.
Church and Mill Sts. Phone 439
; ' alotf
Williams In Town
E. L. Williams, a representative
of the P. Lorillard Tobacco com
pany makers of the Old Gold Seal
tobacco, is in Salem for a few
-There Is X Danee.a i -'"1 i.
iCenU Hall tonight, : V, SIX
i '- - A "
Train Crash Damages Car
B. F. Peets, who gave his, ad
dress as the Argo Hotel, was driv
ing on State street near 4 I2th,
Thursday, when a Southern Paci
fic train crashed into his car from
tha rear, damaging 'the left rear
.'Myrtle Aim yesterday began suit
in circuit court here to obtain
divorce - from Otto Aim " on the
grounds of cruel 'and inhuman
treatment and personal ; indigni
ties rendering: life burdensome
She claims that upon occasion he
became profane, in his criticism of
her, that he occasionally Indulged
in the!, company of women other
than herself, that for about a year
he-, has : been' morose and sullen
and,rthat?on October 9, 1926, he
left her and did not come back.
She asks a total of $200 for prose
cuting; the suit and $25 a month
Some Good Buys
$2,000 for 27 acres, six miles
', from Salem near paved high
way; 12 acres in cultivation,
two acres fruit, balance tim
j ber and , pasture: v running
sprins water. It is worth
" more." $1000 down. ' ",
$3,000 for 10 acres on Pacific
. , highway four miles from.
?. Salem, nearly all In' apple
1 - orchard. $1000 down.
$2,000 for 13 acres on Salem-,-
Dallas highway. Xice loca
I'tion. $1000 down.
$4,000 for five acres, 5-room
bouse, garage. loU of fruity
, , running wner, oniy one mile
: from Salem. $1000 down.
U. S. REALTY CO. .
4 12 SUte SU Tel. 2M0
We Cordially Inrlte
Your Inspection of Prof. T. S
Robert's Pipe Organ Console now
on display at our. store. Don't fail
to see it. The Salem Music Co
355 North High street. . 818
LARGE TAX CUT; SOON .'
(Continued from page 1)
do considerable preliminary work.
before then in the preparation of
Despite the statement of Budget
Director Lord after his recent vis
it with the president at Rapid
City that big increases in 68 ap
propriations were faced next year,
administration leaders have been
looking forward to a total tax cut
next session of at least $300.
000,000 and they were encouraged
by Mr. Coolidge's views as ; out
lined today at the White House
A surplus of $600,000,000; was
piled up by the treasury during the
last fiscal year and aKhough pres
ent predictions are that this will
not be, approached by more than
half dhring this fiscal year there
has been a feeling among admin
istration leaders that a heavy tax
cut could be made.
ortu m w
PRIZE IS ADDEI
Gift to Be Made on -the
Record Set by Next Satur-
day, September 24
jirixea. 8urely the prizes, are big
enpugh",to fnterat-' ' any key er
girl in this field. Taking all things
into, consideration, there are ev-!
erai live wires in, Salem who are
mLwlng-the opportunity of a life
7"t remember this one thing.
All the prizes will be. awarded, and
the biggest offers of the entire
contest are ' In 'effect during the
first alt important period. There
win - absolutely be.no vote offer I
be - made than in Marion county
farming: 4andsr iVz. .t.-i;vf
The snperiority of the, ou is
demonstrated In the Tact that the
oldest- farms, - those ? tilled - the
greatest number of years," are now
the best grain lands' In, the state.
Many 'of the oldest farms in this
county hare .'increased the aver
age yield of grain every year-of
cultivation. ' ' .
There Is-no county In the
state with. k better: climate; or
m la7e.i.at ant 1ime A.UTlnJ ere the people at large ehjoy
Li- , , ,",u.",' ,u l"v I more perfect health.'
ginning. How-eonM anv bor or S
tifl Tn A hla 7rw lis, lima ' mn,a I - ' - -.-:.- - i - - " : t
EXTRA LARGE SIZE
EATEN OUT OF OFFICE
Fondness for Fruit Causes Chil
dren to Devour Jjetter ,
BEVERLY HIH'. Sept. 16.
(AP) Because the Rogers fam
ily is very fond of peaches. Will
Rogers,' rope-twirling .humorist
will have to postpone . becoming
mayor of .Yucaipa, Cal., until he
learns how to spell It.
The Yucaipa residents sent Rog
ers a box of peaches with the fruit
spelling the name of the town that
wants Beverly Hills former mayor.
Rogers had a , telegram of ac
ceptance all written, when he dis
covered that his children-ha J eat
en several important letters of the
Now. he says he will have to
wait until he finds Yucaipa on
the map or until he gets another
box of peaches.
I The following live news of the
contest, un to date. is furnished
by the contest editor.)
Highest Dally Cash Report
? Rodney. Hardman
- Kalnuui Vadnev
Starting today, Sept. 17th, and
ending Saturday. Sept, 24, we are
going .to .give away to the' boy or
girl who turns in the most money
on .subscriptions ; between tneae
dates, a splendid No. 2 Goodwin
Snapit box -camera. Tbis , camera
is manufacatured by the Ansco
Products- Inc., and k a splendid
camera for any boy or girl. '
These next few days mean tvery-
thing to you; Now is the time
for "inew candnidates to -; enter
and win the BDecial prize. This is
an additional prize and does not
Interfere with the regular contest
In any way. ."- All the rotes secured
in this special period go toward
the grandn prizes, so. try to get as
many subscriptions In on this of
fer as possible.
We are starting our' honor roll
today. This 'write-up will mean
many subscriptions to you. as the
public reading1 the paper will be
come interested in ytouv knowing
that yon are trying hard to win
one of the valuable prizes. Now
is the time for everyone to. get
busy for .this1 special offer is one
worth working; for., .
Remember, candidates. ..this
camera is for the one who ' turns
in the most money . on . subscrip
tions during this period. It is
Indeed -puzzling to the contest
editor why so little progress has
been made' by some of the boys
and girls who have signified their
desire to compete for so many fine
prizes offered by The Statesman
by bringing in their nomination
blanks and accepting their re
Although the .contest- depart
ment has many ! nominations en
tered, but few have shown their
desire to win by turning in sub
scriptions. The time to secure
your votes is now while each sub
scription counts so many votes
and while the field is not being
worked by many contestants. The
contest department would indeed
appreciate it very much if those
who have not reported and really
intend to be active would signify
their intention by reportinig at
contest headquarters at their first
opportunity. f ' - . : "
The names of! those nominated
are being published and it ito
the interest -of. all those who tn-4
tend being act ire to have fas high
vote standing as possible. The
higher your name Is In the vote
count the more your friends will
help you. Let's get busy at once
ana snow our rriends that we
Surely there should be as many
active contestants . as . there are
profitably than curing subscrip- LARGEST CLASS FIRST
uuas ro iu jsiaiesman among ma
friends; with - a" guarantee of at
least 8 per cent on each dollar on
u Dscriptions. and at , the same
time accumulate an enormous vote
total toward those splendid prizes
to be awarded in a few weeks
The Statesman contains the full
lease Wire Associated' Press news
embracing both : national and In
ternational news as well as local
' It is only necessary to read one
issue of this 'fup the1 minute?
newspaper to realize that its one
aim and ambition is to serre- the
.people In this section in" the most
able 'manner possible.
While it i true that The States
man already' has a large number
of Veaders, nevertheless, it does
not satisfy us. k nor will ' we be
satisfied until it reaches each and
every home in this section, with a
message of progressiveness and
Its stories of opportunities yet un
touched and undeveloped.
Surely it is a 'duty each citizen
owes his family And himself : to
keep abreast -of news 'and tidings
which The Statesman daily sends
We can readily understand why
the candidates might have diffi
culty in selling subscriptions to a
less popular paper but we cannot
understand why any one would
not consider it an. honor and priv
ilege to, boost and!1 selr subscrip
tions to a , paper which Is at all
times ready and anxious to boost
the community of which Salem is
Let's go. let's make this a real
banner week and t Saturday. Sen-
temoer 24, a Red Letter Day.
DAY ENROLLS AT W. U.
(Continued from Page One) 1 .
oar and pull for a while, as he
puts It. Later he will give direc
tions as to "the side of the stream
to pull, for. -- , ; - ,
The new dean sees In the Wil
lamette law school great possibil
ities. ' With Its Impressive alumni.
strategic location. , and , compet
ent Instructors, he hopes to build
up a combination law and politic
al science school which will - be
known widely. . t
Acquisition of a library tor the
law students will be the first
step In his program. An endow
ment to make possible additional
improvements probably will be at
tempted , later.; -1 . . i -' , , '
upper class ' registration 'will
take place next Wednesday." Instr
uction - getting under way Thurs
day. ; ;,
Some of these presidential
booms are going to have to go the
way of the Florida boom.
Fred C Taylor, Pastor 1
11:00 a. m. Sermon to students
- :- . ' ! on
. The Way to Win .
7:30 p. m. Gospel Sermon on
; : " "Courageous for Christ
Good music by large chorus
More Marriages--- VA'Vrt 1
..For the first time in the pres
ent week, the number of marriage
licenses issued: from the office of
the county clerk yesterday reached
1 a total greater than the number
of divorce complaints filed in the
ABOUT LOCAL. OR EASTERN'
.RAILROAD TRIPS j v 1
Oregon Electric ny.0
Willamette Valley Line . "
. -. Casey's Guaranteed
Money refunded lf.lt does not
r - cure your ease
NELSOtf A HUNT, Dmgilrta
Cor. Court and Liberty , TiL T
15. 8 and 10 cent, pet yard. Alto
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA H. KRUEGElt :
Over Miller's . Telephone 117.
OLD PHOTOGRAPHS. COPIED
Often you want old photographs
reproduced, but fear entrusting
i: them to strangers. ;
; Our reputation assures the safety and
proper care of your picture, which we
will copy, enlarge, frame or hand color
. at a price lower than the unknown agent
- ean offer. : .. r
BEB OUR -.,;:,
. . On the CVVanace;Roa4 ! $
C F. BREITHAUPT
Telephone SS0 . SIS 8Ute St.
r FOR SALE OR REX ,
Suburban home, mile and half
frqm. Bush Bank, paved road,
modern t house except furnace,;
bearing' fruit " trees, F. L..
WOOD, S41 State St.
; ELECTRIC MOTORS
Rewound and Repaired, New or
O Used Motors
YIBBERT & TODD s
Things 0ctrlcal -111
South High v TeL Ills
if. H. LEONQ, Mr. I
Our , Ufa's work naa
been spent In studying
the healing - properties
of Chines barbs - and
now . daUy we relieve
those , suffering from
ttonvtch. liver and kid
ney - trouble, rheuma
tism and gall atone,
also disorders of men.
women and children.
Free Consaltatlou Call or TTrlt
; Ope A. U. to F. tt. ,
4tO State et
Sophia Cornelius Parker died at
the I. O. 0 F. home, Portland,
Ore., at the age of 86. ; She is sur
vived by a son. S. C. Parker of
California; a daughter, Mrs. Stella
Williamson of Minnesota, and nu
merous grandchildren and distant
relatives.. Mrs. Parker was an
Oregon pioneer, she and her rela
tives baring spent most ; of their
lives about Turner... Funeral ar
rangements ' will be announced
later.1" ' . , . ',
REALTY DEALERS PROVE
BIG DEVELOPMENT HELP
(Continued frwz page One)
Its on grain by skilful farmers
were greater than, from an equi
valent amount of money Invested
in any other enterprise.
From one of the real estate
folders lasned in thej70's la quot.-
ea tne following: .
"Nocounty in the state will
grow ad rapidly v as Marjon, . and
no more juaicious investment can
Have that Winter Coat
Gone vOver. yfi: . , . ,
We reliffe, shorten and make it
look like newi s v f r
Ladles', wool ' dresses cleaned
and pressed, $1.00 up.' Men's
and Ladies', salts cleaned and
pressed 11.00. ; .,
; ; VARLEY CLEANERS
r " ;
John J. Rottle
" '415 SUte Street 4 -
Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic -
Is a scientific preparation
for - combating germs : in
the mouth, teeth, gums,
throat, nose and mucous
surface: :. -
It Is a valuable aid In the
treatment of pyorrhea. '
Large Size Bottle
Pcrryfs Druj Store
115 S. Ccsixnercial .
LADD & BUSH; Bankers'
s" . Bstabliatred ItCt - ; i ::
' General Bejildn Ouclnrts ' ;
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to t p. n.
' , . BRINK .,r .
At the residence on N. Winter
St. Friday,: September 16, Mrs.
Ella Brink, age 66 years, wife of
Herbert Brink mother of Mrs. F.
W. Fox and Clifford A. Brink of
Salem, Mrs. A. A.' Brown and Mrs.
C. H. Farrer of ,Val8ett; Ore., Her
bert E. Brink of Sacramento and
Lionel E. Brink of Los Angeles.
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Ladyw Mortician
770 Chemelceta Street -;
, Telephone 724-
For the Best : in Meats
- . PHOXE 27 "
- - -Corbets Quality . -.
. .Meat Market ' f
.. .- t-- ' ' i. - 1.. t
- J 927 FREE WALLP APE3
Call, phone or writ
MAX O. BUREN
X7f N. Commercial alei
1 In the Statesman i
rnday . nj-u.. --
. of regular 65c to 75c value
2 for 51.00
24 x 48 heavy, splendid towels', but a ery slight tnn or
a hitch in the thread brings these towels to you at a
saving of 20 per cent to 50 per cent.-; " - ...
By featuring a large quantity we are enabled to save
yon considerable money on -your fajl towel purchases
(main floor today: ) '
Salem's Leading: Department.;
v ! Store ,. ,;.., ,-. . .
Funeral services'. ' Monday, ; Sep
tember 19 at. 2:00 p. tn.'froni tne
Rigdon Mortuary. . Intermentin
City View cemetery.
i;r'iv.-.'iWErDERH ? i '-rt
Edwin, age 32, at a local boapi-
tal, September 16, survived by
father, B. L. .Welder, a brother;
Van and a sister. Mary Louise, of
New York.- Funeral services from
Webb's chapel at 2 p. m. Sunday,
Rev. Norman K. Tully officiating.
Interment will be In the Masonic
cemetery at Albany. I ' .
In. this city," Thursday evening
Revinn'ia "Merwin, age 9 years,
daughter of Mr.? and Mr sj' ' P. C
Merwin. sister of Dale. Lola, Gale, ,
Glen and Lenore Merwin. .Fu
neral services, Monday, September
19 at 1:30 p. m. from the Rigdon.
Mortuary. Interment in City View
cemetery... ' ' ' . ' ' "-'-
One-half mile-East of Hubbard Old; Palmer Place
THURSDAY, SEPT, 22, 10 A. M.
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.1 . Wonderful Stock
BeHans, Horses, Cows, O. I. C. Hogs . ... f.
' Household Goods the very best f
- ; Machinery and Farm Implementa all kinds r - '
- This Is An Exceptional Sale
lUXCH OX GROUNDS . .
THOS. TRAAEN, OWNER .
L. BKCKMAX, Clerk i fM. H HOSTETLER, Auctioneer
- S ' - TERMS , - .
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" and Slunrt .Distance Baiiliikjx
PoMic and Private Store:? . v. . . . . .
J Fireproof BnUdinr : . '
1. 3 f. '
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GRAIN, FEED AND SEED
. JFree Deliver td any part otjtfce city
' Quotationa on
aaaaaassam ' i
Day Telephone 23 . :;- NIsM Tdepncne 12S7-7
This Couion and 5c will admit you to the
mx GRAND THEATRE
Next Saturday. September 17 at 2 p. m.
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