SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1927 SATURDAY, MORNING, OCTOBER 22, 1027 ii v SALEM FOLKS -THERE GOBS "fHAT 6ABBY MISSUS DOLEFUL -AtWAYS KNOCKING We are always pleased word for this shop. We are genuinely anxious to become more comfortable and happier. LOCAL Kneading Week-end Ifei Jack Spong, a recent entrant at O. A. C., is spending the week-end in Salem. Tulip Mixture Plant now. Salem Bulb Co., Wallace road. Tel. 116F4.' Just Received Carload Of the famous Gulbransens. All the new styles. The most beautl fal made.' Salem Music Co.,! 355 N. High St. , -.' See the Lit He G'ulbransen ; : Grand Piano. Finest small grand piano made. Salem Music Clot, 355 N. High St. Boy Lost . ; Fred Strong. 14-year-old youth left his home in the Marion apart ments last night and did not re turn. Police hare been requested to be on the look-out for him. Ho has brown hair and eyes. 'Removal Sale" Going Strong Moore's Music House. V . - j Lot Snap "tl Large view Fairmount Hill lot 75x150. Price reduced''. from S 4300 to $3150 to move. NOW. Becke Hendricks. 189 N: High St. Wanted a Closed Car : Or lot as payment on a strictly modern five room boms. Phone Owner 794 or 1341M, evenings. Boyer Recovering U. G. Boyer. county clerk, ex pects to, be back at his desk Mon- day afHr a few days illness with id. Five Loads 16-lnch Mill .Wood ' 117.50. Salem Transfer and Pikt Co.. 395 S. High. TeL 529 Night 19.38. Think of It i Fine Portable Phonograph for $16.00 during "REMOVAL SALE" Moore's Music 'House. 111 at Hospital L. A. Geier. .1497 N. Fifth street, who was stricken Monday with paralysis, has shown no ira- rovement. He is confined at the Salem General hospital. Matter What You Want n Music or Musical Merchan dise, you can save real money' at Moore's Music House . during TREMOVAL SALE." ; 1 -' 5 today (Sunday) the Last Day To, get those big black grapes at Fiala Vineyards. .Phone 13 2F2. Dr. Smith Here -r Dr. Gerald B. Smith was here Friday from Woodburn toj witness the Willamette-Collet of Idaho football game. Tulip Mist Plant now Wallace road. Salem Bulb Tel. 116F4. Co.. Just Received Two 1023 Ford tourings. $75; one light delivery. $125: one 1924 Chevro let touring, $125; one 1922 Ford koupe, $145. Used Car corner. Iblock west Ladd & Bush, i trari.slums Have Boy ; f A baby boy was born yesterday t the Salem General honpltal to Vir. and Mrs. James .Bradshaw who live at 534 Judson street. Mr, Bradshaw is a bookkeeper at the Ladd & Bush bank.' Fine Practice Piano S." 1own '. $5 a month. Will accept it at -full price on a new one any time one year. Salem Music Co.. 355 N. High St. HERE YOU ARE! ThJs fs a 22-acre farm or ttno-i KrSsgi road only two mile frnjrT Salem. All level with Rood drainage; all In cujtlva-5-roonrhouse withelec irtt liKhu?; large new barn on concrete foundation: good big chicken house; place all fenced with wiro. proce $3,600 with a payment of $500 down and easy terms on balance.! Another Good One f-V acres iB8t 2 y miles i . add & Bush bank; part Planted in ui out no buildings; on good road. iiiUB Jract d cheap at U40O. Easy terms. 1 guts HiL TeL csea SOS HEO. OLD SHE NEVER. MiM TUB WHOLE FAMIW S HAS A 600 AUWAYS KMOCKlN' WORD FOR. i anyone THE TOWN . when we hear of some rjerson NEWS BRIEFS Judge Small Sees Game si Justice of the Peace Brazier Small went to Portland yesterday to witness the Stanford-Aggie football game. Special Sunday Pinnei j Served 5:45 to 8 p. in. Marion HoteL Tulip Bulbs New and standard varieties. Plant now. Salem Bulb Co., Wal lace road. Tel. 116F4. Will Build Garage E. A. Bennett was issued a per mit yesterday" to build a set of multiple garages at 1030 Che meketa street at a cost of $1200. S1250 Ampico Piano Only used a few months. Couldn't be told from new, with lots of rolls, at almost one-half price. We will accept your silent piano as first payment and give easy terms on the balance. This is positively the greatest Ampico buy ever been offered in 'Salem. It will sell to the first one that sees it. Salem Music Co., 355 N. High St. Suen on Xbt Fred E. Wells yesterday began in circuit court an action on a note against R. J. Harvey. Wells demands $290. A New S383 Pinno Only $295. Only three left. Easy terms: Salem Music Co., 355 N. High St. 8 Oregon Pirrp and Paper Co. Preferred. Limited amount for sale. Hawkins and Roberts. Phone 1427. t ' License Issued James H. Premble. 22, of Hub bard, yesterday took out a mar riage license from the office of the county clerk to wed Eva Strong, 19, of Ashton, Idaho. SGOO Hall & Son Plan' Late model $225. Terms $8 a month. "Salem Music Co., 355 N. High St. Bonus Group Sues - The State Bonus commission yesterday filed suit in Marion county circuit court to foreclose on a note given by Carl Gibson when he was given $2000 in state money. It is alleged that only $144.86 has been paid on the prin cipal, plus a little interest. The commission seeks to foreclose on lot 51 of Sunnystde Fruit Farm, which was put up as security. Removal Sale at the Swart Specialty Shop. 453 CouTt St. Pnrnltnre Upholstered And repairing. Gieee-Powers fi"umlture Co. ; :-. Aller to Talk . C. C. AHer, new manager of the telephone company, will de liver a talk to the chamber of commerce at an early date, in which he will set . forth a lot of facts and figures showing the tre mendous growth of the local serv ice. W. JI. - Dancy was the man ager of the telephone company before Aller came 'from San Fran cisco. .. :- ': - ;., i " ' ;"f '' ' Elks Iwce : i j Wednesday, Oct. 26th.; Don't forget. . Tulip Bulbs New and standard varieties. Plant now. Salem Bulb Co- Wal Uce road. Tel. 11 F4. Want Cloner ConUct ; ' Citizens of the ' community of Marion. located 19 miles south and east of Salem.' want the Southern Pacific to nrovide more accom- jnodatlng transportation ' services between their community. and Sa le They practically have to de- pehd upon their" .own" methods of transportation at i present. - jlnas- "tuucb s only Oner "daily- train each way makes .a' stop- at' Marion, at present and these are not at con venient hours of the day. They will ' present a petition of their citizens to the '.railway company asking either for train or bus service. The bulk of their trading Is done in Salem. , 10 Inch Mill Wood. . For immediate delivery Reduc ed rates on quantity "orders. Spaulding Logging Co. " Phone 1830. : By J. H. Willett AH. YES SHfc OOS1 SHE TOUTS ONCf YESTERDAY THAT SHE D i VMS VfEU. PLEASED" WITH THE WAY SHE'S TR.EATEP AT THECAPITAL DSUO STORE who has out in a eood please to help folks Royal Neighbors to Meet Royal Neighbors of America will meet Monday night in the new Fraternal temple and make plans for a halowe'en party to be held the following Monday. "Removal Sale Going Strong Moore's Music House. " During the Removal Sale 10 Discount on Esprit d'Ar mour Toiletries. The Swart Spec ialty Shop, 453 Court St, Hermann's Have Daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hermann are parents of an eight and one half pound baby girl, born at the Woman's hospital in Portland. Mr. Hermann is a "greeter" at the Marion Hotel. Hear the Zenith Radio The finest made. All electric. No batteries of any kind. Salem Music Co., 355 N. High St. Hearing to Be Held Hearing of the application- of the Union- Railroad of Oregon for permission to purchase a de funct line of railroad extending from Union to Union Junction in Eastern Oregon will be held at Union November 29. Testimony will be taken by the Oregon public service commission at the request of the interstate commerce com mission. Xo Matter What You Want In Music or Musical Merchan dise, you can save real money at Moore's Music House during "REMOVAL SALE." Neuner Here Yesterday United States Attorney George Neuner of-Portland was in Salem a few hours'yesterday on-his way to Medford where he will defend Terry Talent, a prohibition officer who is charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of Mansfield Zimmerlee of that place. Talent is alleged to have shot and killed Zimmerlee as the latter ran from him. ' Real Old Time Dance ' Dad Watson Crystal Garden Wed. Come. - New Modern Homes Terms like rent. We have seven from 4 rooms at $3750 to 8 rooms at .$12,500. All have fur naces,' garage, etc. Four - have double garage. Becke &. Hen dricks. 189 N. High street. " 8. A. Visitors Here Captain Galahue and Captain Bailey of the Portland headquar ters for the Salvation army will pay a special visit to the local Sal vation Army meeting at the Salem hall at 8 o'clock tonight. They will also assist the local staff at the penitentiary meeting this af ternoon. Miss Ruth Tibbits will sing. An invitation has been ex tended to the general public. Beautiful Radiola 28 Everything complete. latest style. Cost over $400. Will sell for $200. Call 205 West Lincoln street or Telephone :i8-8-W. ; . $300 Down Balance EXACTLY' like rent. 5 room plastered home. Older home in good condition excellent location, paving paid. Fruit and flowers. Walking distance to Un iversity. State House." See 1788 Court street. Vacant. Price $3350. Becke & Hendricks, 189 N. High street. , ' : : FOR SALE SUBURBAN TRACTS a acres and up by .owner Fruitland Nursery ; f A. J.IMATHIS 161 S. 14th St. Phone 1773M Distinctly ; Correct Footwear For Men Boys Women ; Cirla John J. Rottle Expert Shoe Fitters ftis state Et. nrmMan! . SAYS-i We have a 1927 Dodge. Coupe fully equipped and in perfect .condition. : t Priced at $725.00 . mwinmn "The Hoaae That Serriee Ball Grants Pass People Here Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schmidt and daughter, Mildred, of Grants Pass, visited friends in Salem yes terday while on their way to Mc Minnville. Dad Watson Crystal Garden 'Wednesday. Sllverton Couple W'eds Robert O. Byle, 21. and Rena D. Wetherel, 19. yesterday took out a marriage license, from the office of the county clerk. Both are residents of Silverton. Houses For Rent Five modern houses two flats, rent' $30 to $40. Immediate pos session on all. Becke & Hen dricks. 189 N. High street. Hops Stolen From Ranch Miss Esther Schwartz, who lives on route 7, reported to the police yesterday that on or about October 12 th someone stole 7 bales of hops from her hop ware houe. Usual Good Time . ' Good music. Dad Watson real old-time dance Crystal Garden Wednesday. Just Received Two 1026 Ford roadsters, one 1926 model Ford touring, one 1926 model Es sex six coach at bargain prices. Open evening and Sundays. Used Car corner, block west Ladd & Bush. Parked too Long The following paid $1 fines in police court yesterday for over time parking: J. S. Biliter, 945 Heat st; Wms Butler, 229 N. Commercial; FJeener Electrical Co; H. Burns, 1096,, Marion st; and Mrs. S. E. Lyons. Bay Your Piano Xow Carload of Kimball's must go during "Removal Sale." Moore's Music House. Think of It Fine Portable Phonograph for $16.00 during "REMOVAL SALE" Moore's Music House. Coolcy Weds Cooley Curtis E. Cooley yesterday was issued a license from the office of the Marion county clerkto marry Hazel I. Cooley. Both are resi dents of Blodgett, but are no blood relation to each other, they told the deputy clerk.. The mar riage is her second and his first. Dancing Every Saturday Night Doans Pavilion McCoy. Buy Your Piano Now Carload of Kimball's must go during "Removal Sale." Moore's Music House. 1 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOUR AXD FIVE BOOM APARTMEXT8. ciom in. Adnlts. 463 Center. FOR DECORATIONS ' : - See C P. BRK1THAUPT ' Telephone 880 Ell Stats St. - Ladles' wool dresses cleaned and pressed, $1.00 up. Men's and Ladles suits cleaned and pressed $1.00.- . j . VARLEY CLKAKKBS -j--. Over Bnnlctai i : ELECTRIC MOTORS Rewound and Repaired, New or r Used llotors . VIBBERT & TODD , Things KlectrleaJ ltl Boutb High pTeL Sill MONEY TO LOAN ---- -- - - r j Homes Business Blocks Farms ; ; P. H. BELL 219 U. S. Bank Building Salem, Oregon . Phones 607 and S141T2 . ' Where To Dine TODAY ' Eat Your Sunday Dinner At the Gray Belle. - ' J, i'H. .,;, -v v.-:'. , . Chicken . Dinner v' Served all day at The Spa,. . ' . . For Dinner This Fvening $1.25; dinner, at the Marion hotel, today: Chicken Dinner at the Lunch Box 181 S. Liberty St. Tables tor, ladies. Open all day. Eat at Mlnto's Chicken dinner, 60c ; i Special Dinner. Today And home madu salads. State Cafeteria. . . . Special Chicken Dinner Today at Argo Restaurant. Eat Your Sunday Dinner At the Home Restaurant. A big meal for 50c. Inmate Found Del mar Cary, who ran away from the home of the feeble mind ed Thursday was found on a south-bound freight train at Al bany and returned to the institu tion yesterday. Sheriff Richard of Polk county found him. Boxing. Salem Armory Arena . Jack Dillon vs. Battling Slim. 10 rounds. Bobby "Mclntyre vs. Charlie O'Leary, 6 rounds. Eddie Graham vs. Mickey Dol'an. SI Flook vs. Young Union. Snappy preliminaries. -J Report Truancy Cases Several cases have come to the attention of county school author ities of children in the county who have not yet begun to . attend school, it was reported at the of fice of the county superintendent yesterday. "They say they have to stay out and pick potatoes, but the law doesn't recognize anything of that sort," it was stated yes terday by Mrs. Mary Fulkerson, the superintendent. Beginning to morrow Mrs. Cora :E. Reid, who acts as trtfancy officer, will be gin to turn her attention to the case? reported. , Mill Block WootT For ' immediate delivery. Fred E. Wells. 280 South Church. Phone 1542. Baptist Church Sunday . . Payne the preacher of the old fashioned Gospel he has a mes sage that will grip and hold men. A fearless preacher of the Gospel, hear : him once you" will come again' ' Brooks Man Arrested O". L. Smith of Brooks was yes terday arrested by county officers on a warrant Issued out of Uma tilla county for obtaining money nnder false pretenses. Smith is said to have been a resident of FITS FREE Proof If ynnhsTe Epilepsy,- Fit, Palling Sickness or CoTulion n matter how bad writ me today without fail. Attacks stopped orer night in man'y.casea.:: XO NARCOT ICS no harmful draga. Satisfaction or ikomt bark. - DR. C. M. SlirPSO-H CO, 127S W. 44Ui St CLEVEIANO, O. FOR SALE OR RENT Three aeres closln on payed highway with modern bouse. F. L. Wood, 341 State St.! Casey's Guaranteed RHEUMATISM REMEDY Money refunded If It does not . curs your eaas - ; PTELSON A HUNT. DnsslsU Cor. Court and Liberty TeL 7 HEMSTITCHING f , S and 10 cent per yard. Alto buttons, stamping and pleating. ANNA H. KRUEGER Over Mlllera Telephone 117 1937 FREE WAIXPAFXB fAM7J BOOKS - Call, phons or writ MAX O. BDREN 11 H. UomtBsrelal Sal YICICSOHERBCO. . U. IJCONG, US'. Our , life's . work has bsen tpent In itudylnr the healing properties of Chinese herbi and Bow dally we relieve those, anfferlng from .etonyteh; livsr and kid ay traublsv rbeama tlam and gall stones, also disorders of men and cnJidrea, . women OssasiiJCtaXlsa Ca3 er XTrtU , Oyea A. U. t O P. 12." - te'HM mi i ii i m mm iiiintii """'imv; -p--r:"-: : - . .-h-- v.:: v.. -f-i-A kii i--.- AeeomiacemeM Thisjs to announce that the . Marion Automobile Com pany have sold their business at 235 S. Commercial Street to Mr. Wallace Bonesteele, i to be known as the - .( - :. ' ., - "' - - ' Marion Garage Co. At this time we take pleasure in thankinjr you kindly for your patron age and hope you will continue your business with-the Marion Garage Company, in the future is in .the past. v , ,: ". ; ' ' V AH "accounts and not C Secretary of the compani 235 South Commercial St! indebted to the Marion tun iiniiiiniiiiiiimul Brooks for nearly a year, and has a wife and two daughters there. He Is a salesman of cash registers and scales. He states that the matter which has caused his ar rest grows out of a purchase of goods for which he paid a check, not fhavingj enough money in the bank to cover the check. j OBITUARY Shenoskie Andrew Shenoskie died at a lo cal hospital October 22, aged 55 1 MT. CREST ABBEY MAUSOLEUM VAULT ENTOMBMENT LLOYD T. RIGDON, Mngr. TERWILLIGERS Perfect Funeral Service For Lesa Licensed Lady Mortician 770 Chemeketa Street Telephone 724 WORTHY Service serving worthily with reverence, gentleness rind tactful sympathy the family bereft. Webb Funeral Parlors . Telephone 120 Prescriptions exactly as your doctor or dered. Pure; fresh, po tent drugs, compounded only by registered licensed pharmacists. Checked and double ' checked for your safety. If any sick person in dis tressed circumstances can not afford to pay, we will . gladly fill i their prescrip tion gratis; - , PcrryV Drug: Store 115 Commercial SAFETiy Often yon want old photographs reproduced, but - fear entrusting them to strangers. Our reputation assures the safety and proper ear of your picture' which We .will copy, enlarge, frame or hand color at a price lower t&an the unknown agent -, can offer. K i. ' Bo no TSSgS' j : Jo you lall into the nearest ciuurat ,vc i ! f very posstble opportunity? Is your - A- f Pa53 poature one of Jejectlon?" If so, ckanje , j . , toCaniepr Slioej-flexible of sole as , if aature made your feet.' j ;- U . i t CANTILEVER SHOES , Jj-r & Kep youf ftr young ' ! , fc Ktp yomt boJy wihmtt ' ' : I Tan KlL Alae. Black Kiel. Patent, aad - . ' i " gW Antnmn Brow K! wit! SnIv Trim. I?'v$'?-"''- J fantilevr 4 mL '. JOHN J. ROTTLE . XW''' ' Expert Shoo Fitters 115 State St. ftl V TSSJiji .7. ii mi 7Z ii in !2rti8S$SKSfcv: vcJ "'I - a - - -V ". -tr.it:- TRANSFER and STORAGE i ' . . - ! hong and Short Distance Hauling j Public and Private Storage j Fireproof Building- GRAIN, FEED AND SEED S Free Delivery to any part of the city f Quotation on Application Far mer s Warehouse ! PAUL TRAGLIO, Prop. , Day Telepbone 28 Nlsht Telephone 1237-7 QT.OGRAPi 1 1CENNELL-ELUS . STUEIO 14$ Crtrsa nisi 1 A i J. t .'As r a JkvA AAJkA-A A .ft A .