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TgE OREGON STATESatAN.SALEMj OREGON n ;
SUNDAY-MORNING. SOTTEMBEJl 18, 1C27
Backs From Curb Into
5 " V , WM, - ' I
uttcaing nis car irom wnere it was i
parsed on Front street yesieraay
evening, struck anouer macmne, i
damaging It slightly. He reporcea
to Salem nolice. I
e". student or teacher. Furnace I
ntai 1064 Oak street. . . sZl
Agent on Trip-, , "
C. B. Williams, general j agent
for the Central 'Life : insurance
company, with offices at 306-307
- Oregon building, , left Salem Sat
urdatemornlng for a 10 day bu-t
incssjitrlp to San Francisco. ,
V Cordially Invite -
Your Inspection of Prof. T, S.
Robert's Pipe Organ Console now
on display at our store. Don't fail
o see it. The Salem Music Co.,
355 North High street. ? S18
Sheriff Slasher of Clatsop
county, was In Salem yesterda)
bringing a charge to the boys
training school. '
Women Wanted -.
At Starr Fruit Products Co. Cor.
Church and Mill Sts. Phone 39.
Motorcycle Hits Car. '.: :
O. R. Cummins, whose address
was glTen as Nebraska Street, Sa-
; leni, drove his motorcycle into the
side of John J.' Cook's car on
Ferry street between High and
Church, when he suddenly came
from behind another car as Cook
; swung across the street to enter
a tire ehop. Cook, who lives on
Route 1, Salem, said he signaled
his intention. In his report to po-
ilice. The accident occurred In
the early evening.
8 Oregon Pulp and Paper Co.
- Preferred. Limited amount for
ale; Hawkins and Roberts. Phone
im " : , llTStf
Complaint has been filed in
circuit court, by Thresa Campbell
asking a divorce from elAxander
Campbell, alleging -cruet and in
human treatment and personal
indignities rendering life burden
some. The complaint recites that
Campbell abandoned her, lived for
a time with another woman, and
was Eventually jailed for, bigamy.
They were married at Vancouver,
Washington, on December 29,
The plaintiff asks" 3100 with
which to prosecute the suit;, and
restoration of her maiden name.
J furniture Upholstered.
And repairing." Giese-Powers
Furniture Co. , fl3tf
A license to wed was yesterday
it sued from the office of the coun
ty clerk to Pratt Grafton Vickers,
40, of Woodburn, and Lulu Elea
nor Wright," 37, of the same city.
; Kryptok Ileuses SJ12USO
"ti Fine Toric , reading - lenses r
K.95, Free examination. Credit
if desired. Thompson & Glutschr
Opt. Co., 110 N. CommerciaL slltf
Couple Weds i.
Charles R. Woodward of Med
. ford, 38, yesterday took out a 11
- cense to marry Marie R. Paul of
V Portland, 27.
Bicyclist Hits Car ? ,.
An unidentified man riding a
bicycle came suddenly around the
comer at North Commercial and
Market streets, early 4 yesterday
afternoon, and collided head-on
with the automobile driven by
W; E. Weaver, . 50 South 19th
2 Some GpoH Buys
12,000 for 27 acres, six miles
from. Salem near paved high-
' J way; 12 aeres in cultivation,
two acres fruit, balance tim
ber and pasture; running
spring- -water. " It1 s "worth
more. 31000 down
S 3.0 00 for 10 acres on Pacific
-,r highway " four' : miles : from
Salem, nearly all in apple
- orchard. 31000 down.
32.000 for 13 acres on Salem-
r Dallas highway, Nice loca--tion.
34,000 for five acres. -5-room
' house, garage, lots of fruit."'
.running water, only one mile
,'from Salem. $1000 down.
i U. S. REALTY CO.
442 State St. . Tel. 2MM1
OLD PHOTOGRAPHS COPIED
Often you want old phtojrmihs
reproduced, but ; fear ,: entrusting
them to strangers. ' - t -
Our reputation assure th safety .and
proper care of your picture, which we
will copy, enlarge, frame or hand color
at a price lower than the unknown agent
can offer. -
street. Weaver, reported -to Salem
police. The man was not b!iv,i
o e anjurea.? Another . 5 truck
panea on North Commercial was
oeuevea to have abstracted the
w omen wanted
At Starr Fruit Products Co. Cor.
Church and Mm s
Woodburn 3Iarriage .
A wedding license was yester
day Issued Wlllard L. Cole, 34, to
marry Ethel Ai Bonney. 34. Both
are residents of . Woodburn.
Dollar dinners served 5:45 to 8
every evening. , n26tf
A marriage license was Issued
yesterday from, the office of tht
COUntV Ilr1r tn ITtnrln IT Tnlth.
. . AMU WW .u a a. t vuuw
son, 23, of 2657 North Capitol I
street, and Catherine Pulley, 20,
of 2357 North Capitol street. Miss
Pulley Is a local swimming instru-
3 He cash. - Pacific Fruit and
Packing Co., West Salem. sl5tf
Justly Proud -
A young lady attending the
Capitol? Business College was
heard to say to her (classmates:
"This 'is a good school. My daddy
went here years ago." She was
proud to go to the same school,
and justly so. ; Today, she holds
a fine secretarial position with a
large Salem firm and perhaps re
ceives the highest salary of any
office lady in Salem. She selec
ted her school wisely and worked
hard. Others may do likewise!
Enter Monday. 8ig
Couple to Marry
Everett J. Kennedy, 19, of Ore
gon City, yesterday took out a li
cense to wed Jennie E. Searson.
17, of Mulino, Oregon.
Professor T. S. Roberts
. Has on display his beautiful
console for his residence pipe or
gan at The Salem Music Co., 355
North High Street. S18
The estate of the late A. M.
LaFbllette has been appraised at
340,342.13, according to papers
filed with the county clerk yester
day The farm is valued at 331,
000, and a house and lot in Salem
at 35,000. Personal property
brings, the total up to the amount
Dr-M. R. Dougherty has filed
her certificate as a -doctor of opto
metry with ; the . Marion county
At Starr Fruit Products Co. Cor.
Church and Mill Sts. Phone 439.
- . 8l5tf
Mi Carol Dibbl
Miss Carol Dibble will register
old and new students in expres
sion Tuesday, Sept; 20, at her
studio in the Nelson building, cor
ner Liberty and Chemeketa
streets. : i'
Intensive courses in Public
Speaking, Platform Reading and
Voice Training opening Tuesday.
Sept. 2.0,. at Miss Dibble's studio.
Xu-Bone Corsets ;
Nu-Bone ; Corsets, Corslettes,
also surgical corsets. Mrs.'G. H.
Littlefield, Tel-2367. si 8.
South Salem Pharmacy
New and neat ; now open. Pre
scription druggist, drug sundries,
fountain. 1069 S. Commercial St.
Mrs. Kayser Has Accident 1
Mi?. Pauline . Kayser, 1660
North Cottage street, in backing
her automobile from the curb in a
downtown . street yesterday, col
lided with the ' machine of Floyd
Volkel, 1510 State street, se re
ported. She did not see Volkel
approaching,' she sale
, . ?n " ale ' "
Tn Bai '
mM tw Stadaata
S4T M. Coa'l St.
victw Aoalag Msauu StrrlM
C. M. LOCKWOOD
42? Oregon TZdz.
We have a late 1926 Ponliac
Coach with new rubber,
lots- of special ; equipment.
This is a fine running car
and a bargain at $700.00.
-4The Horn That ttervlee Bmllt"
Jilts Rear or Truck
Edna Prescott, 291 North Com
mercial street, crashed into the
rear end of a truck driven by
Johnny Walker, when the truck
stopped suddenly on State street
yesterday, she re porfetr..
Mrs. Bonney In Collision
Mrs. A. A. Bonney of Salem was
involved In a collision with a car
bearing license number 143-559,
she reported to police yesterday.
The accident was at High and
Court streets. J
STEEVES, D0NEY MAYBE
ENVOYS OF CONFERENCE
(Continued from Page One)
will be the reading of conference
appointments Sept. 26 by Bishop
Shepard, following a consultation
with his superintendents. Dr. A.
L- Howarth, Portland district; Dr.
A. S. Hisley, eastern district; Dr.
D. H. Leech, Salem district; and
Dr. S. J. Chaney, southern dis
trict. A number of shake-ups In
Oregon pastorates are e'xpected.
Among the prominent speakers
at the conference will be Dr. Clar
ence True Wilson, general secre
tary of the Board of Temperance.
Prohibition and Public morals.
High Official Coming
Dr. Wilson is one of the best
known officials of the Methodist
church, being for many years ac
tively engaged as pastor, and Jn
connection with the board of
which he is now general secretary.
He 13 known nationally as one or
the most vigorous temperance
leaders. He will speak at 7:30
P. m. Wednesday,
i Other guests and speakers at
the conference are Bishop W. O.
Shepard, who will preside; Rev.
Ralph Si. Cushman, pastor of First
Ch u rcfi a t Roc hester, N. Jf.; Rev.
J. R. ildwards, corresponding sec
retary of the board of Foreign
Missions; Rev, Corliss P. Hargrave
of Chicago,' Rev. F. C. Eiselson;
Rev. R. E. Dunlap; and Rev. W.
Now Open Sunday
. Chicken Dinner 50c
Money refunded if it doea not
cure your case
NELSON A HUNT, Druggist '
Cor. Court and Liberty Tel. 7
6, 8 and 19 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA H. KKUEGER
Over Miller's Telephone 117
I If The ?
, Name is
? Friday! ?
Where To Dine
Bat Tow Sunday Din
At the Gray Belle.
Served all day at The Spa.
i. , ' - Y
For Dinner This Kvenlng
Dollar dinner at the Marion
hotel today. r i
Chicken Dinner at the Lnnch Box
181 S. Liberty St. Tables for
ladles. Open all day.!
Eat at Bllnto'a
Chicken dinner, 50c
Special Dinner Today
And home made salads,- State
Special Chicken Dinner
Today at Argo Restaurant
Iat Vonr Sunday Dinner
At the Home Restaurant. A big
meal for 50c.
All ministers . have been as
signed to Salem residences where
they will receive lodging and
breakfasts All official guests will
be quartered at Salem hotels.
A public reception to Bishop
and Mrs. W. O, Shepard Tuesday
evening will be addressed by Gov
ernor I. L. Patterson. Conference
examinations and preliminary dis
cussion meetings will be other
events of Tuesday. Meetings will
be held throughout the week until
Sunday, night. ?
TRAIN HITS AUTOMOBILE
Mrs. H. F. Hansen and Small
Children Injured Seriously
VANCOUVER, WASH., Sept
17. (AP) Mrs. H. P. Hanson
of Vancouver, and her three
children were injured, one of the
children perhaps fatally, when a
southbound freight train hit
their automobile tonight. A boy,
7. was the most seriously hurt.
All were taken to a hospital.
A lot of women would be happy
if they could only look as young
as they feel.
For the Best in Meats
1P27 FREE WALLPAPER
Call, phone or writ
BIAX a BUREN
171 N. Commercial lalam
Have that Winter Coat
We reline, shorten and make It
look like new.
Ladies' wool dresses cleaned
and pressed, 11.00 up. Men's
and Ladies'- suits cleaned and
pressed SI. 00.
On the Wallace Roatf
a F. BREITHAUPT
Telephone" S80 51 J State St.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Suburban home, mile and half
from i Bush Bank, paved road,
modern ' house . except furnace,
bearing fruit trees, F. L.
WOOD, 341 State St.
Rewound and Repaired. New or
VTBBERT A TODD
191 South High TaL SUS
3. n. LLONQ, Mgr.
Our life's work" has
been apent In studying
the healing properties
of Chinese harbe and
now dally we relieve
those anffering from
atomtch. liver and kid
ney - trouble, rheuma
tiim and gall atones,
also disorders' of men.
Free Consultation Call or Write
" Opes 9 A. XX. to S P. IX.
10 Ctate Zt Calea, Oreow
BOBBY4? SlSTet? eAV
BOeVCArVT COM OUT
TO-DA.V. GO I GOES IT
TRUE WHAT I HEARD
ABOUT. HIM TEARING
HIS VANTS THI&
Mrs. Sophie; ,8 6, died in Port
land . September IS. She. Is sur
vived by a son, George Parker of
San Jose, and a daughter. Stella
Williamson' of Minnesota. The fu
neral cortege will leave the Webb
undertaking parlors Monday at
1:30. Services will be held at the
Homes Business Blocks
219 U. S. Bank Building
Salem, Oregon 1
Phones 607 and 2141W
Boston Terrier Puppies
- King Jt.
415 State SL
in w Bkirnajia.t - - .
LADD & BUSH,
General Banking Business
Office Honrs from 10 a. m. to S p. m.
One-half mile East of Hubbard Old Palmer Place
THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 10 A. M.
f s- Wonderful Stock
Belians Horses, Cows, O. I. C. Hogs
Household Goods the very best .
Machinery and Farm Implements all kinds
Ifois Is An Exceptional Sale . - .
f v Y w . " LUNCH ON, GROUNDS
THOS. TRAAEN, OWNER
1j..A. BECKJIAN, Clerk M. HOSJETLEK, Auctioneer
. Lon and Short
Public and Private Stora-e ' '
-.J Fireproof .Dalliias i;-L. L I (
GRAIN," FEED AND1 SEED', ;
Free Delivery to
: . QuclaScn3 ca
' ;PAUL TRAGUOi.Broj.;. -
Day Tcltphcna 23
Twin Oaks cemetery, at Turner at
z p. n. ' j . t
- WEDDEU !- . -'' y
Edwin, age: 32,Tdied at a local
hospital September 16. He Is sur
vived by his father, E.iL. Welder,
a"hrpther. Van. and a sister, Mary
LnniiuC of ! Neir: York. J Funeral
services 411 be held at the Webb
chapel at !v.m Sunday, Rev,
Norman Tolly Vticlatlng. Inter
ment will be in theNjlasonic ceme
tery at Albany. ' ' A
Perfect Funeral Service N.
- For lsa":
Licensed Lady Morticlaa
- TIQ Chemeketa Street
, Telephone 734
Clear through oufjestablish- v:
ment . , with .interiors so
sunny, uplifting, and com
forting that it lightens sad- "
aess to enter wKhin. -
Webb's Funeral Parlors
Velvet edgeg that prevent any
irritation - "," . " .
The underlayer - protects the
More and more women are de
manding Gautets because of
the protection and comfort.
Box of One Dozen
Perry's Drug Store
115 S. Commercial
any part ol fh& city I
lilzH TdcpLcns 1237-V7
, iin 1 1 ' i"
F. IT. Wooirfa Next Wcsli'a Baio
RESERVE TinS PAPER FOR REFERENCE
f. c.;needhaits . ' . V
; A U C T ION
' Tiiesdayj Septcimber 20th
' ' ' ' - I 1:30 jp. Mvi 'tfV :
LoArted 9 miles south of. Salcnj, turn right at Liberty
tor and follovr theiarrows to j the end of Skyline road
the Bruce farm. Ai ; ma':., v;4..-
. " V - n i CnsJstln-of ; -5r :
Horses Cewt - Tlelfersi Sheep Tbrkcn 'Hem Harness
- Vara Machinery Hay Tools Etc, as folhnv:
1 black mat S years eld, welfht 115 Ib&j 1 bay mare, 12 yean .
weight 140t Jbo.s Z Jersey cows S yrs. eld. milking; a Jersey heifers .
t yr. eld; lZjiwre bred Sonthdewn ewes Er.; 4 pure bred' South
down lambs eUjrfbleite Ber.: 1 pnre bred Southdown ram, Reg.;
pare bred Cheroots ewes, eligible to Beg.; 3 Cherats lambs, eligible
to Bee.; 1 pure bsed -Charcots ram 3 prs. eld, Re; t Cbeveots rams
rilgible to Bee.; f.psjre bred Border Lelcestersiewe Beg.: 1 pare
; Vred Border'Lelcestei's ram 3 yrs eld, osg.t orade ewe lambs: 3
do,, chickens; 3 tnTki?y hens with yoimg "turrTsr t turkey Toms 1
rr.v ekt; 25 taTkeybcjns land2 yrs. eld;fil Inrkeys 5 mths. eld; 1 .
et-T heavy larnes4- Jnst new extra Yptm and collar; 1-7-ft. .
donbte leader disc; 2i Seection Iron frame Auurow; 1 1-horoe corn
enltrnator; 1 l-herse garden cultivator; lX4-lnch steel pIoAr good.
vnew;l hack good sas new; 1 3?4-lnch B aln special wagon xood as
new; 1 dragon box; lSxlS-ft. handle rt ckwiih tight bottom like
new: 125 grain sacks 1 Deerlng steklei grinder; S tonef, 'go6d
fiat hay; 1 10-gaL easi eff stock molasies; 1 bbL with .70 gaL f
Htock molaeses; 1 cmaof stock tonic: ciiBty barrel andAther mis.
cfllancons articles. !
TCBMS An sims ef'JaLOe and nndf cash Over ,4hat amennt,
6 months time win be given to part! As farnllng sprsved bank- .
able notes bearing tntensst at 8 per erAit per aanam.
F. N. yVOODRY, 12?years fiJtsx9a feallisir auctioneer, In
Jiarge. Phone 511rv:-A.. ' , Jf
Residence arid Store !
. ... i 1.
Loeatedf.4 rrtjles SJ E. of Salem onHfee Cottage farm road,
54 miles, south of. taitmXheesei factory. Follow the
1 bay mareit yrs3
1350 Hm. . -
1 rrey team f andi
t weight Zsefl lbs. ' - i
5 Jeraw. Gnemsey T- HolsteW
" cows from 3 fo Jy yn. old, rill
were fresh in thrlst 7 wee'is.
- TJ3. A-stea. .
t Gnen ey Jersey heifers 1
yr. eldl 1 '
1 Gnenev calf wet ks eld i,'
1 sheat 100 lbs. T
1 brood sow; 1 yr. old a, pen , " ' T
100 HoIlywd Hani on White
Leghorn bims, a fine bnnch
100 Black Minorca hens 1 yr. eldJ
' fine lot
1 6-ft. Osborne, binder; with itrans-M
' -i li
, i I 1 i
1 4! -ft. McCo4-nIck mower
1 9-M. McCorndck rake .
1 ff-ft. Van Brandt drill
200 sacks, forks ahowls, post
and tackle, wire stretcher, seoorjs,
grindstone, ehnJca and s real gcbd piano and ether household furni
ture and many .ether ndseeUa aeons articles.' "
TERMS : CASEL Frknk Griepentroa Owner.
F. N.Woqdry, 12 yrs. . Salem's leading . auctioneer in
Res. A Store 1010 X.
i GEO. PARSON'S t
u t: : T I O N
Eriday, J September 1 25 -
v . fi:3orM.;;;
focated.'i itiile west ot Independence iand'the 2nd house
north of the Undependence-Jlonmouth higtway, consist-
.in?of?,, ::0(fmi:-: v-p , -
1 grey mare I ji eld, weight 15450 lbs.; 1 bay saxfre 12 v a
weight 1450 lbs.; t Jersey cow 4 years old, fresh 21 months, milling
2Ji gallons; 1 Hoi stein cow V years eld, fresh month, milking S
gallons; L HoUteis- eow C yrs. old, to freshen Nbv. 10th; 2 brood
sows to farrow in tOct.; I reg. Doroc boar. 10 shdats SO to 125 lbs.
each; 1921 HapmefcUe. good rubber, and condition; 1. Monitor drill;
1 straight tooth luarrow; 1 spring tooth harrow 1 14-Inch gyra
ense plow; 1 12-lncfa John Deere plow; 1 Bain wagon; 1 McCormlck
mower; 1 corrugated" roller;. 1 gBS engine and panxo ack; 1 disc; 1
cream separator; tons baled hay; 1 garden cultivator.
...i, ;.;-,,v i 'vtv;'i-f' ; ;.:c- J "'. : .- - f - ..- , '
TERMS All snms e& $204K and .nndcr cash. . Over that amount 6
months time will be given to parties furnishing approved bankable
notes bearing Interest at per cent, per annum. - -
Gee. Parson, Owner. r
First KaUonal BankrClerk,
' ; Independence, Oregon ( f4
A '. Farmers 'Attention : '
See me personally about your sales. Complete"satisfaetion guaran
teed. See my stock of new and used furniture, ranges, healers,
rugs, linoleum, etc, at my only store which is located at 1610 North
Summer St. Better known as F. N. Woodry's Auction Market. '
7 AUCTION SALE
; ; Weesday " Nite 7 p. m.
I i i L Fiirnitur Etc.
; J : Saturday i 1:3 3 P. I J.
Ilcrses - Cows UtTJllztlii-zry Fcrnilur:
, o Tccb Etc4 At . -
IT" J1C10 N. SuancrCt.'::
zli Vzll fcr Used Furr.iicrs
i - - VhM4 nu
. , .
'1610 N. fsnmiaer St. 6.rJ '
x i o n
w. rrape hoe ' '
.... -WW .MW. MWW
1 orchard plow .
1 2-sectlon lever harrow
I Bev. disc
1 low iron wheel wagon with rack
3-lnch high wagon with S ton
1 Mollne cnltlvator with - dise
hiners, like new
1 5-tooth cultivator v'
1 Iowa cream separator 750 lbs. .
. capacity, Mke new
1000 lbs. Fairbanks scales
1 2 In 1 wash, machine for gss .
' power :
1 170-egg SC. Helens lncnbator
200 chick breeder
1 new set doable work harness
ItfA AM ml... ' : - '
set eld harness,- 2 stands bees
eld buggy. 2000 new lath
Iron wheel barrows
chains, sledre hammer, block
range, heater, lawn mower, ranee.
F. N.- Woddry, 12 years
Salem a leading auctioneer,
In charge. Phone 511.