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THE 0REG6H STATESMAN, 'SALEM OHEGONittiES&AVliOftMlNSlTEMfiEit WMXMs
Stanton Get O foays-r-
Carl Stanton, arrested Friday at
90S Spruce street, in possession of
a good sized moonshine still, was
sentenced Monday morning by
Judge Poulsen in police court, to
pay a fine of f 250 and. serve 80
days in the city-jail. Stanton plead
guilty to the charge at his hearing
Saturday. The -fine was not paid
arrf Stanton has the option of serv
.y!Q it out it the rate of $2 for
each day in jail. -
See the Birchfield :
Overstuffed Furniture made at
our exhibit; new pavilion state
fair. Giese-Powers Furniture
50x150 on Lincoln St., between
Commercial and Saginaw, north
front, alley along; side. Price on
ly $1350, pavement paid. Bee ke &
Hendricks, 189 N. High St. s27
Divorce Awarded .-
A decree of divorce was yester
day filed in circuit court signed
by Circuit Judge L.. H. McMahan,
in the case of May Lazinka vs.
Henry Lazinka, Jr. The plaintiff
is restored her former name, May
Usual Good Time
At Dad Watson's real old time
dance,' next Thursday, , Crystal
garden. . 8-27
A marriage license was yester
day issued to Elmer M. George, 18,
to marry Dorothy Mae .Taylor; 17,
ot Dallas, George Is a-resident of
route' 1,' Salem. ,! .'..
For Sale ;
One of -tto'efeest pa(lnVrestau
rants in town. .Melvin Johnson.
320 U. S. Bank' Bldg. Phone 637.
Bailey In Honolulu
mnml 13atlA 1. 111 1
I iuju uaiicjr, wuu win ue re-
' . . ...
wuiamette university seniors or
last year, fs now teaching, in Mid
Pacific college, Honolulu, accord
ing to a letter received yesterday
by C. A. Kelts, secretary of the
Y. M. C. A. here.- Bailey worked
in the Y. M. C. A. and also devot
ed part of his time the last three
years he was here to duties in the
chamber of commerce.
Five Loads IB-Inch Mill Wood
$17.50. Salem Transfer and
Fuel Co., 395 S. High. Tel. 529.
Night 188. s24tf
Judgment and .decree was- yes
terday "entered in' favdrxJl WV H.
iJAjlus in his suit to quiet title
to a piece, of real property Jn
Fred and Ed Browning
Have purchased a new merry-go-round,
to be set up for the first
time at the Fair,- making four
rides owned by these brothers,
known as Browning Amusement
Co. No. 3.
Those Biff Blade Grapes No
Ripe at Flala Vineyards, three
miles north In Polk county. Phone
132F2. .. 26
Governor Gets Radio
Walter Alfonse of the Sunset
Electric Co., Portland, northwest
distributors of Atwater-Kent radio,
was in Salem Monday, bringing the
set- presented to Governor I. L.
Patterson recently at' the radio
saojr-inPortlahdU T eSentation
wis' made byaydr George L. lea
ker; :nf C "L. Saminis,' general
manager of ifce .Sunset Electric Co.
Mirv AUenieA together wjth Warren
Our out-of-town friends and
other visitors who will be in
Salem this week attending the
State Fair are cordially Invited
to make our office your head
quarters. Write your' letters.
Use the phone, knd meet your
friends here. It is our pleasure
to serve you. We are located
at 422 State St. over the Gray
belle. Phone 2660.
I U. S. REALTY CO..
W. A. Delxell, A M. Dalrymple,
I T. W. Holman
442 SUte 81 Tel. 2M0
OLD PHOTOGRAPHS COPIED
Often you" want old photograrha
reproduced, but fear entrusting
them to strangers.' ,
t'AtOur seputatlon" assures the
(j proper care of yottr picture,
will copy, enlarge,: frame or hand color
- at a price lower than the unknown agent
. can offer. ' -
NE WS BRIEFS
Jones of Vick Brothers, local At-water-Kent
dealers, installed 'the
set at the governor's home in Polk
Furniture Upholstered -
'And repairing. Giete-Powers
Furniture Co. fXStf
Clara M. Griffin was yesterday
awarded a decree of divorce
against Henderson V. Griffin.
The decree - carrjes with It an
award of alimony amounting to
$460, $25 to be paid each month.
Judge L. H. McMahan. before
whom the case was tried yester
day morning, advised both parties
to try "to get together.", but they
found themselves unable to do so.
Dad Watson, Thursday
Crystal garden. Enjoy yourself
with Dad. S-27
To Build Garage
J. H. Scott, 1089 Comet street,
was granted a permit yesterday
to construct a tile garage on his
property. The cost will be $1000.
Sat in a Draft Then Suffered
It's never safe to sit where a
draft of air strikes the kidneys.
Painful congestion, severe back
ache, and a disturbed urinal flow
are usual results. Mrs. C. L.. B ,
Petersburg, .Va., says, "I was so
stiff and sore I could not stoop
over nor' rise ' up without great
pain. Now, since taking FOLEY
PILLS diuretic. I have none." A
reliable7 valuable medicine, .con
stantly in use over 'twenty-five
years. Take them whenever ir
ritations of the kidneys and blad
der, and an irregular urinal flow
cause "distress- and discomfort.
Strictly modern 5 room flat,
760 Marion St., $37.50. Strictly
modern 5 room house. 970 Tamer
ack St., $35. 5 room house, 2491
Trade St., $20. 4 room modern
house, 2090 S. Church St., $32.00.
Becke & Hendricks, 189 N. High
An order to distribute the per
sonal property specifically be
queathed in the will of the late
George H. Burnett, has been filed
in circuit court.- .
Dollar dinners served 6:45 to 8
every evening. n26tf
Boxing, Salem Armory
Thursday, Sept.. 29. Phil Bayes,
Salem vs Ad Mackie, Portland, 10
3 minute rounds. Semi windup
Ted Fox vs Andy Jereg, snappy
preliminary. 28 "rounds of boxing
A Wedding license was yester
day issued to Hollls F. Haues, 36.
of Brooks, to marry Ethel Gath
ering Klamps, 23, of Route 9. Sa
lem. See the Birchfield
TJverstuffed Furniture made at
our exhibit, new pavilion state
fair. Giese-Powers Furniture
Store . 27
A wedding license was yester
day Issued from the office of the
county clerk to Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter B. Coardy, both of Portland,
and until six months and 20 days
ago ? husband and wife. They
were- Jegally ." separated at that
time.tbut finally decided to try
married life again, coming to Sa
em to get-married. The woman.
C6ardy's combination grass wi
dow, former wife, and bride, gave
the' name Grace Coardy. 31.
Thursday Night. Dad Watson
Real old time orchestra. Fall
opening. Crystal Garden. S-27
Fairmount Hill Home
Seven rooms, modern in every
detail, hardwood floors through
out, tiled bath, ' hot water heat,
wonderful kitchen, including tiled
drain boards and automatic re
frigeration. Price $12,000, terms.
Becke & Hendricks, 189 N. High
830,000 Case Removed
The case, amounting to slightly
under $50,000 claimed damages,
which was recently brought In cir
cuit court here against the Ameri
can. Car and Foundry Motors com
pany, was yesterday removed to
federal court on the ground of di-
; ; - - 429 Orezon Hdaf.
versity of citizenship of parties
plaintiff and defendant. The de
fendant corporation is not an Ore
gon corporation. It was being
sued in four different actions by
R. S. Foster, Naomi Foster. A. E.
King and Helen B. King, each ac
tion growing out of an accident on
the Pacific highway north of Sa
lem, in which a collision occurred
between a car in which the four
plaintiffs were riding and a bus
owned by the defendant corpora
tion. C. R. Hosier is named as de
fendant along with the'eompany.
8 Oregon Pulp and Paper Co.
Preierred. Limited amount for
sale. Hawkins and Roberts. Phone
Improper License Charged
H. II. Hamilton, of Route 1.
Gresham, was arrested Sunday for
driving a car with improper li
cense plates. He will be tried in
police court this morning. Roy
Watson was arrested for driving
Five Acres Paved road. Fast
$1575. $25. down $10 per month.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.. 134 S.
Liberty Street. S-27.
Radio Theft Alleged
Stanley Warne and Bill Wall
ace were taken into custody- Sun
day by local officers charged with
the theft of a radio battery elim
inator. A Portland firm had re
ported the loss to Salem police.
The stolen article was fonnd In
the men's possession, according ti
the police. ....
Da d Watson, Fall Opening
Real old time dance. Crystal
Garden. Salem, next Thursday
Tell friends. S-27
Arrested for Hrunkcness
Charles Hossfeld and J. J. Dia
mond, two down-and-outers from
nowhere, were arrested by local
officers last night as they ambled
their way about town, taking in
all of the sidewalks - as they went
along. Ho.Hsfeld surprised the
"cops" by posting ten dollars cash
ball. Diamond who said "I'm not
goin to tell you fellahs nuthin"
as they questioned him "as to
where he got his iquor, was given
a cell to sober bp in. Both will
greet Judge Poulsen this mora
ine. Owner Will Sell or Trade
Five room house. 1768 Court
St., basement, good condition,
pavement paid. $3350. Becke &
Hendricks, 189 N. Higt St. s27
The meeting of the Sons and
Veterans auxiliary, which had been
scheduled for tonight, has been
postponed on account of the state
fair, it was announced yesterday.
Klwanis Plan Music
The Kiwanis club program today
will feature principally music, Sec
retary W. I. Needham announces.
There will be two special solos,
one by a woman and one by a
man, and a group of women in oth
er numbers, but the names of the
singers have not been given out.
Ethel F, Headrick yesterday
reported to the county sheriff
that while driving along the high
way a mile north of Jefferson
Sunday she collided with a ma
chine driven by Lee Acheson of
Corvallis, with slight damage to
A marriage license was yester
day Issued from the office of the
county clerk to William R. Shoup.
22, of 575 Center street, and Ann
Bowles, 23, of Albany.
My Friends Tell Your Friends
. Dad Watson, Crystal garden,
next Thursday. S-27
Visit at Seaside
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hicks
and daughter Elizabeth spent the
week-end In Seaside, returning to
Here for the Fair
L. L. Brunson, of the Birchfield
Davenport factory, Portland, ar
rived in Salem yesterday and will
build davenports at the Giese-Powers
booth at the Fair during the
Numerous Fines Assessed
C. O. Whiteman of Jefferson
was fined $25.00 yesterday in Jus
tice court for driving a car with
We have a 1926 Ford Coupe
with 75 new rubber, new
battery, new Duco finish,
motor in fine condition.
Priced at $350.00.
cm u m
"The House That Service Built
improper license plates. John
Setera was fined $100 and sen
tenced to 60 days in the county
jail for possession of moonshine
mash. Charles A. Newkirk was
fined $25 for reckless driving. B.
H. Cunningham paid a $10 fine
for failure to stop at a Pacifrc
highway intersection, and Alfred
Curl was sentenced to 10 days in
the county jail for drunkenness
while employed in the Livesly hop
Dad Watson, Fall Opening
Crystal Garden, next Thursday.
Fined for Possession
Ed Norman, arrested yesterday
afternoon for possession of a quan
tify of moonshine liquor, was tak
en before Police Judge . Poulsen
and promptly fined $25.
See the Birchfield ,
: Overstuffed Furniture made at
our exhibit, new pavilion state
fair. Giese-Powers Furnitur
To Build New Home
Lauanna J. Beavis was granted
a permit yesterday to erect a
dwelling and garage at 2090 Cen
tervSt.. at a cost of $4700.
Has Trip In East
Mrs. M. B. Collins of Margar
et's Shop at 250 North High
street, has Just returned from a
10 weeks' trip in the east. She
selected a large stock of new and
interesting merchandise for the
fall and winter season.
Judge Poulsen Busy With Fines
Karl Jaegler, Route 3. Salem,
was fined $2.50 by Police Judge
Poulsen yesterday on a charge of
having defective lights on his car.
H. Martin, of Portland, was fined
$5 for speeding. Paul Morrison
and Henry Ogihara were fined
$10 each for drunkenness. C. E.
Jensen was fined $25 for the same
offense, and for breaking glass
and other disorderly conduct. Al
fred Vickers, a minor, paid a $1
fine for smoking cigarettes. .
Final Date Draws Near
Attention of ex-service men is
called to the fact that January 1,
1928 is the last date for filing ap
plication for the adjusted service
certificate. Initial applications
should be filed before that date
and so ex-service men are urged
to see Raymond Bassett, adjutant
of Capital Post Number 9 imme
' When irritations of the
kidneys, and irregular
bladder action annoy; and
' impair health, take
Men and women every
where have been using;
and .recommending them
for years. Try them.
CAPITOL DRUG STORK
1927 FREE WALLPAPXXJ
Call, phone or write -V
MAX O. BUREN .
1T N. Commercial Salsm
Expert Shoe Fitters
415 State Si. i
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS
HAVE LARGE EXHIBITS
(Continued from Page One)
sonr Yamhill, Marion, Colifmbia,
Coos, Curry and Union.
Especial attention was called to
the booths of Coos and Curry
counties. Marion county and Polk
The large booth ocupied by the
Coos and Curry boys' and girls'
club exhibit was artistically dec
orated. Sewing and art work
graced the walls. In a tempting
array on the shelves canned fruit
attracted the attention. Fruits of
the season, -potatoes, corn and
vegetables added to the splendid
The Marion county booth, lo
cated in one corner of the room,
presented a very pleasing appear
ance. The walls were in white
with large four leaf clovers as the
decorations. Sewing and art work
occupied a prominent place and
these exhibits were augmented
with splendid samples of corn, po
tatoes, fruits and flowers.
Polk county may well be called
the "land of honey" Judging from
the exhibit in the booth. "One of
the very best" was the label given
the Polk boys and girls' club
showing. Autumn leaves gave the
touch of fall, fair time.
Sewing exhibits, fancy work and
art covered the walls, while po
tatoes, corn and vegetables were
artistically arranged around the
counter. Then last but by no means
least attention was called to the
display of honey. Honey in combs
and honey in cans graced the cen
ter of the booth spacer-It was de
licious in appearance and so ad.ded
to Polk's fame. 1 '
During1 he day various demon
statioi 'weC..iiii'' stagdr" fey
teams ' fro'mP S3"- cdunties ,in,'tbe
state. Each county isrlylleged
to send one or more ieais consist
Ingof two of the team. " These
demonstrations will cover practi
cally every phase of club work and
will continue during the week.
According to J. E. Calavan, su
pervisor of the .club work some
1200 boys and girls will have ex
hibits at the fair, and over 500
are expected to be guests this
year. This means that 23 coun
tiers will be ably ' represented by
their boys and girls in various
lines of endeavor. As an added
attraction prizes for various ex
hibits have been offered to the
amount of $7,500.
Tlje boys' and girls club work
started in 1912 as home work. By
1914 the work had progressed to
the extent that the federal gov
ernment was giving some assist
ance; but as yet there was no or
ganization. In 1916 the work was
organized and now it is being con
ducted thtough the cooperation of
Ihe federal government, Oregon
Agricultural College and the state
department of education,
j ' "Club's are ' to be found in prac
tically every section of the state
and the project work includes
work along the following lines;
crops, animals, domestic science
and art, dairy herd records, poul
try, rabits, home beautification
and farm accounting.
FAIR'S OPENING BRINGS
RECORD IN ATTENDANCE
(Continued from Page One)
Oak track, the first time a really
great attraction has been offered
On the Wallace Road
C. F. BREITHATJPT
Telephone $80 111 State St.
Ladies'; wool dresses cleaned,
and pressed. $1.00, up.. Men's
and Ladies suits' cleaned and
pressed $1.00. ' '
FOR SALE OR RENT
Suburban home, mile and half
from Bush Bank, paved road,
modern house except furnace,
bearing fruit trees, F. L.
WOOD, 341 State St.
Rewound and Repaired, New or
v t Used Motors
'- VBBBERT. & TODD
y Things Electrical
lfl South HUn- - TsL 111
YICK SO HERB CO.
- . n. LEONQ, Ifgjr.
Our Ufst -wort nas
been spent In studying
the healing properties
of Chinese hsrba and
-now t dally, ws relieve
those : suffering from
itonvtch, liver and kid
ney J trouble, rheuma
tism, and gall atones,
, also disorders of msa,
aad cWldrta,; . ;
Aacxkv Asxcn Mf "TO
PLAV ItH HtS HOUSE BUT
CHUddt 5 HOO&E OJJSE
Luc . rj-t t -vi er
on the opening day, had a great
deal to do with attracting attend
ance yesterday. Fair officials
have always been hard put for
some big event on the opening day.
Interest ln.the exhibits ran high
yesterday. The quantity and qual
ity of blooded stock has never
been better, and the 12 large barns
are completely filled; as are three
tents rushed from Seattle to house
the overflow. The arrival of two
trainloads of stock from the west
ern Washington fair at Puyallup
didn't help matters any.
All Space Filled
Hog entries are particularly
great. They occupy one of the big
tents. Cattle and sheep are also
being exhibited in great numbers,
and the work of Judging the ani
mals will require a great deal of
intensive effort on the part of the
Exhibitors were at work nil
hmot-ninUining up their displays
Buu.jnaiiy ot mem were not cora
ple BhtilhpOtt.i Twenty-si DreV
goir eoentfj3 are represented with
$x yie agricultural pa
rlliflnknd 19 counties.. are repre
lented th booths ti the hv-
and girls' club building. A par
ticularly attractive arrane-emnn
was that of Josephine ounty, with
the name of the county spelled out
in grapes of three different varie
ties and colors.
Marion county's display consists
of a choice collection of fruits.
grain and vegetables. Onions sluA
tomatoes make7 up the center
piece. Sheathes of grain are nr-
dominant. The display is in charge
or w. Edwards.
Judging in all livestock di
visions of the fair began at 9:30
a. m. and continued thronehnnt
the day. So numerous are the en
tries, that finals in the judging
will not take place until late in the
Boys' and girls' dub exhibitor
lined up at the club building in
me morning ror a photograph, and
in the afternoon canning demon
strations between teams proved of
interest. Many people took ad
vantage of the opportunity to view
the young folk's work.
. The horse show in the stadium
was the big event last night on the
fair program, but the great white
way of carnival attractions inter
ested many." The side shows and
, 'or Beat
Mm t atsomi
14V V nai m
netot Adding VseauM arrtoa
C M. LOCKWOOD
Money refunded if it does not
curt your ease
NELSON HUNT, Druggists
Cor. Court and Liberty TsL 7
; . , HEMSTITCHING
(U tad 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
Over Miller's . Telephone 117
A practical and economi
cal way to buy absorbent
. cotton. ; . fj
; There are. so many , uses
for it around . the. home
, that it . Is. adriseable to
', r keep a;ro.l .handyvir:.:
; Very, absorben t , and abso
; lately sterile.' f:,,- ; J
amusement defces this ' year are
more numerous- than -ever. -A
dance over the automobile exhibit
drew a few people. ' . " " ' -Features
of today's program
will be the motorcycle racing on
Lone Oak track at 11 o'clock, and
the horse racing in the afternobVi.
Both harness and running races on
the new half mile track will be
NEWS AGENCIES FORM
(Continued from Page One-
pers are members of the organiza
tion: L. E. Drake, Astoria Budg
et; Lucien P. Aran t. Baker Her
ald; Robert W. Sawyer, Bend Bul
letin: C. A. Sprague, Coxvallis
Gazette-Times; Frank Jenkins,
Eugene Register; Bruce Dennis.
Klamath Falls News; L. D. Gor
don. Southwestern Oregon Daily
News of Marshfield; C. W. Swig
art, Medford News; Fred Lamp
kin, Pendleton East Oregon Ian:
R J. Hendricks, Salem States
man; Earl ' Richardson, Dallas
Observer; Earl Brownlee. Forest
Grove News-Times; Joe Thorn Ison.
Hood River . Glacier; Sheldon
Sackett, McMinnville Telephone
Register; Arne Rae. Tillamook
Herald, and Elbert Bede, Cottage
Wallace Roundtree, 28, died
near West Stayton on September
25. He is survived by his wlfe
Floy McCormick and baby daugh
ter, Katherine, his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Ronudtree of Mis
souri, a sister, Mrs. Minnie Jones,
of Fresno; and five brothers. Jim
of Ventura. Frank of Stockton,
George of Colorado, and John and
Linnville of Missouri. Services
will be held in Webb's chapel
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
Service that employs the
best means and facilities in
the performance of simple
and reverent duties.
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
CsUbllabed lift ' " ;
General Banking Business.! J :
Office Hours from 10 a, m. to I p. m. "
THIS WEEK ONLY
" The World Wide
. ; . Of Los Angejes , . r v'
jfW ' WILL
Every Evening at the .
13th and Ferry Sts.r v "
A Rare Treat
Who has just returned
-ft Salem Armory;
TUESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1927
. At 7:30 P. M ON .k, . . .
"WHAT IS WRONG 5 WITH MEXICO?"
i A paring Reply to the Knights of Colunbua ; "
" JVOCAL NUMBERS BY MISS NA03II PHELPS '
Have lis make a -
thorough : j V-l
examination . "
of your eyes. ' ;-r
There Is no charge or obligation
connected with this' service.
FINEST .READING. LENSES
The best optical service need
not be expensive. . .. .
HO N". Commercial near State
Wednesday at 2 p. m. with burial
in the Pioneer cemetery - near
Brooks. : . t , -
. ti.'rM ! A
In this cityiSaturday, Seplemr'
ber,26th, Charles H. Whipple, age
60 years," husband of Mrs. Lena
Whipple., father : of Mrs. R.' E.
Becker, brother ot Claud, Curtv
Fred, Casper and Irvine, Roy.
Whipple of Nebraska. Mrs,. Ethel.
Chappell of Gooding. Idaho; and'
na. lua vvuuus oi Wisconsin.
Funeral services Tuesday. Septem
ber 27th at 1:36: p;. m. from the;
Rixdan.- morinarv. -vanU -nnm la
ment in Mount Crest Abbey Mau
soleum. . : i ' '' '
Good for . w .j
Growing' V -
and grown-ups too
Ask your Grocer or
Favorite , Restaurant
Salem Baking Co.
445 Court St.
Makers of DIXIE COOKIES
Don't Miss It
from Old Mexico City with
information, , ;
ffcea CoasaltatJea Can or TTrtto
op a. u. to m p. u, -
) i3 CtaU CL, r&alav. Ore-osi
115 S. Conuntrdal
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