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We will have a nice lot of young white
turkey 'for Thanksgiving. ' They will be In
the market Tuesday. I -
Pork to .:
roast -. ..........
Pure lard, our own make.
Bring your palls ..................
Bacon ' ":
Our own make sugar cured pure
Our best breakfast bacon,
sugar cured ............
Sugar cured hams,
our own. make .........
m m t
"Where a Hollar Does Its Inty f ".
ITS South Commercial ' Telephone 1421
Dancing ETery Saturday Nlht
Dome's Pavilion, McCoy, i
In Justice to Yourself - ,
See Gahlsdorfs offerings In din
nerware and glassware.
Address Grangers :r, ".,
. Lloyd ; Reynolds, state senator
for Marion ? county, will address
the members of the Salem grange
today at their meeting In, Labor
Dance at Schindler's
Tonlte. Stage leares
Meals Served Erery Day - .
.Except.. Sunday at , Varney's
Sweetlandi 355 X. Commercial.
Sllvertoa Files Demurrer ..
A general demurrer In behali
of the city of Silverton was'fUed
in circuit .court yesterday -.to the
complaint filed by Frank Carpen
ter and . Harriet R. - Carpenter
against the Parker-Schram com
pany and the city of Silverton. ;:
Nov Guess Ajjdn
SYfl Of 0!
SAYS - - ,
We hare a 1024 Overland se
dan with 85 new rubber, 8
& M spot light, motometer, art
tomatie swipe, rear view mirror.
This : ear Is In fine condition
and our price Is S325.00. i ;
The noose That Service Built''
Hear Payne a fearless preacher
of the word of God Sunday morn
ing and arealng a wonderful mes
sage for you who come early as
the Church will be full.
Elks Dance Tonight
Members urged to come.
Barbara Fritchie Sewing Club-
Will : hold Bazaar at Gleay-
Powers, Saturday. . . , -
LOCAL NE WS BRIEFS.
Buys Salem Property. .
Edward Hannlng. an official of
the Union Savings & Loan Asso
ciation of Portland has purchased
valuable lot at the corner of
North High and Union streets. The
property was purchased from Otto
Klett for a consideration of $21,-
000. Mr. Hanrilng has been buy
ing up considerable business prop
erty in Salem In recent months.
The Spa v
Special Turkey Dinner, Sunday
and Thanksgiving Day. - -Cole
McElroy'- i . '
Spanish Ballroom Band. Crystal
Gardens, Tuesday, November 22.
Wanted We Have a Gash Buyer
For a sheep ranch that is pric
ed right. What have you T C O.
Coppock, SIS State St. '
Old Time, Hard Time Dance '
. Castilian -Hall, Sat. Turkey
Special Sunday Dinner Served
5:45 to 8 p. m., Marion Hotel.
Air Compressor for
Full automatic Kellogg- air
compressor, complete ; with hose.i
chuck, etc., H h. p. motor, SS gal.
UnaSod as new, cost 1T. for
Quick sale only 1S. See it -at
riUgerald-Sherwlh Motor Co., cor-l
ner Chemeketa and Liberty Eta.
Snow Gathering' osr High'
According to road reports com
ing in to Salem snow is about a
foot deep on -parts of the Mc
Kensie pass highway from Eugeae
to Bend, and also on parts of the
Dalles-Calif ornia i highway near
Sand Creek In Klamath . county.
Road graders are . in use and the
highways are still open to travel.
Buy Your Wood Direct from Car
- And save. B loads. 18 In. mill
wood 117.50. Phope 529. Night
phone 1988. . . .',
,.?atrKround Road Buy r
t- room furnished "home 'and
VHrre niece of land with 98 foot
sidewalk frontage, ror saie xor
13200 cash. All parings paid. This
Is a buy. Vacant at 1881 Fair
grounds Road.Becke A Hendricks
189 N. High Street.
! Anthony P. Praemer, 27, of
Mount Angel, yesterday took out
a license to marry Clara Fessler,
20, of Woodburn. :
Elks Dance Tonight
Members urged to come.
Photos of Will Filed
Photographs sworn to be of the
will of the late S. I. Halstead were
received here in probate eourt yes
terday from Grants Pass, where
Halstead died on October "21. He
was formerly a resident of Salem.
The pictures (were forwarded by
Sadie A. Fawcett and W. G. White
Always a Crowd
At Hazelgreen Saturday Nites.
JfJ Your Dinnerware Dei ice
i. Should be selected with care at
) Gahlsdorf'8, 825 Court St.
The Spa' :
Special Turkey Dinner, Sunda)
and Thanksgiving Day. . t
Dance, Tnea. Kot.
Cole ,; McElroy and -
.". G. W, Reynolds, Mrs. Ed Olson
and Mrs. Lewis Fiitsch were fined
$1 each in police court yesterday
for overtime parking. .
Thanksgfring Ere ' Dad Watson
Crystal Gardens, enjoy yourself.
Bargain For Sale
Cheap lumber, 16"' Mill Block
wood; cut from old fir logs, part
ly seasoned. Large loads. Fred
B. Wells. Phonej 1542, 280 South
Church. - ... I -.:
Car Recovered II
A Ford car reported missing No
vember 18 by Oregon City officers
was found yesterday in Satan.
Telephone Company Add
The' Pacific Telephone & Tele
graph' Co., yesterday ; took out
permit to construct an addition
onto their present quarters on
Liberty street and will build back
to the alley, j The construction
wlll be of concrete blocks to. con
form with the present structure.
The cost will. be S 5.000 -and Fred
Erlxon has the job of construction.
Bargain In Radio -
Will sacrifice; new
160 N. 17th St. -
Falrmount Hill 6 Root
New Home. Double garage and
all modern features. For sale for
total price $7500 and reasonable
terms can handle. Becke & Hen
dricks, 189 N. High Street. '
The case of Wagner ts. White,
growing out of , an auto accident.
was settled out of court here yes
terday after the jury had been all
picked and was ready to hear the
evidence. . .13 1 ' H:y-r'kC'ti'
Salem Real Old Time
Crystal Gardens, Saturday nlte.
' -Aska For Rock On Road
r Roy King, road master In dis-
; trlct 23 called on the county court
yesterday and asked that body to
1 put more rock on the Union hill
I road. The worst part of the road
Is the South Sflrer Falls Creek
road between there : and Salem.
1 The road Is a new grade and has
j not yet settled. . . " 'T :
Drunks Fined '
; A. C. Morrisy and Jack Lewis.
transients, were fined $10 each, In
police court 'yesterday for, being
drunk. - They had no money and
will serve fire days In the city;
jail. -.-:; ':V;" V
Bond Buyers-Here's a Center
. Street corner that will net yox
4 4 and Must Increase In yalue
What Is safer? $4000 to handle.
Other income properties all parts
of Salem that will" net yon 4 to
12 and increase in Talue. What
Is safer 7 Becke ft Hendricks, 189
N. High Street,
Falrmount Hill Lots : j
55; for sale. All sizes, facings.
etc Becke Hendricks, 189 N.
High Street. - ' ,
9 Oregon Pnrp and Paper Ccv
Preferred. Limited amount for
tale. Hawkins and Roberta. Phone
Yoa Win Like ,
Our meals and fountain lunch
at Varney's Sweetland, , 355 ,N,
CommerciaL ; i V
Two Courts Confer
Members of the Columbia coun
ty' court; called on the : Marlon
county court yesterday for the
purpose of" going over the merits
of the "Whippet" road grader re
cently purchased by the I local
court- A demonstration was given
near the Lake Labish school. Mem
bers of' the other court are; John
Philip, judgeand J. N. Miller and
T. B. Mills, commissioners.
Thanksgiving Ere Dad Watso
Crystal Gardens real old time
dance Holiday program, r Extra
Kent! hall Saturday nits. Uusl?
by Bpanlah Troubaderes. ,
Hubbard Man Taken
J Earl Bailey of Hubbard was yes
terday arrested by county officers
and placed In the county Jail on
a bench warrant based upon a se
cret Indictment returned :; by the
Marion county grand jury last
week. Beyond the tact that the
charge against him Is for larceney,
officers hare not diruldged the
nature of the crime he is accused
of having committed.
McElroy Columbia Record Band
Crystal Gardens, Tuesday, No
McElroy to Return 'i;i:f-'
xCole McElroy and his Columbia
recording . dance band will ' be in
Salem; next Tuesday evening, at
the Crystal Harden. ,
You're wrong This is act XZXa
Majesty,? King George of En.
land, but Sir Charleii Ewaxof
Madden, first lord of the adV
mirajty, succeeding Lord Beattw
The resembiance between .the two
men has been: the sublet " fa
Bany nary jokes an4 storieg,
Fire Destroys Home
A two .story house at 2025 Lee
street, belonging to W. 'H. Stzeet,
1810 Mission, was completely de
stroyed by fire early Friday morn
ing. It was unoccupied at the
time. The loss is partly covered
Will Exchange Pulpitis . - J
Dr. William Hints, pastor of the
First Methodist church in Cor-
rallls and Dr. Fred Taylor, pastor
of the. First Mothodlst- church in
Salem will exchange pulpita next
Sunday morning. The service will
be the annual thank-offering ser
vice of the Woman's Home Mis
sionary society. 4
New Homes S5000 to f 18,000
We bare six ready for you. Bet
ter built than . you hare seen
Terms If desired. Becke & Hen
dricks, 189 N. High Street.
Dance at Schindler's
Tonlte. Stage leaves
Sorrill Estate Appraised
The estate of the late Sadie Sor
rill has been appraised at $1000,
all In Oregon Pulp and Paper
company stock, according to are-
port filed in probate yesterday.
Roes in Accident--
; Custer Ross, local attorney re
ported to the county sheriff. yes
terday that he collided with a car
driven by Thomas Acheson, 1060
Jefferson, street, while Ross was
driving on Fairgrounds Road.
his 8230 fine. la addition to the
J&U'tsaUnce h had been tlneJ
the abore gQ2ats" "
McMahaa In Portland
Judge L. H. McMahan went to
Portland ' yesterday to assist on
one of the circuit benches there.
Governor Patterson Friday au
thorized the extradition of Ernest
Butler,y who Is wanted at San
Francisco on . a charge of grand
larceny in connection with operat
ing what the police term a "lemon
game.". Butler Is under arrest in
Portland.?; It was charged that
Butler and a companion obtained
approximately $1800 from one of
their Tlctims. . '
Equitable of Iowa Turns Over
. $3000 To Father of
, Mt. Angel Boy
The Baron Shoe company, with
headquarters In Portland and cap
ital stock of $25,000, has been in
corporated by Samuel Swirsky.
Louis , B. Senoeky and Albert S.
G apian. Articles were filed In the
State corporation department
Other articles filed follow:
Pacific Coast Building & Loan
association, Portland, $620); R.
W. Ellithorpe. G. T Hogg and J.
Columbia Mutual Water com
pany, Portland, $20,000; David L
Davles, Philip Chipman and J. R.
: Clackamas Producers ' ooopera
Ut6, , Clackamas (no capital
stock) ; Frank Darls, II. S.
Shrock and IL A, Thleeaen.
J At the CAPITOL j
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H SUNDAY n
You Can't Afford-
To do without new, dinnerware
at the present prices at Gahls-
dorf's, 325 Court St
Professor Matthews To Speak
Professor James T. Mathews of
Willamette Unirersity will speak
in the First Methodist church Sun
day erenlng on his' summer trip
to New 'Zealand and Australia
His subject will be "To Australia
Emmons Family Back-
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Emmons
and daughter Genevieve hare : re
turned from a four months trip to
Fort Dodge and Manning, Iowa.
Mr, Emmons was employed as re
ceiver for a defunct bank at the
Paul Dunn of 950 E. Glisan
ptreet. Portland, reported" to the
cllce Thursday night that a black
bag had been stolen from his car
while it was parked In front, of the
New Hotel Salem. Police officers
yesterday found the contents of
the bag dumped on the ground
near the corner of Church and
Following the disappearance of
Leslie ; Brownlee on Mt, Hood. . It
will be remembered the Equitable
Life Insurance Co. of Iowa was
the first to pay.
On October 3rd Jordan Sauvaln
of Mt. Angel was lost in the wilds
near Table Rock while hunting.
All evidence . points toward his
having been drowned In the Mo-
lalla river. Although nothing has
been ' found of young Saurain's
body, his gun, his dog or the hind
quarters of the deer he shot, the
local representatives. Binder &
Stahl, state they are convinced this
young man Is dead, and the $3,-
000 . Insurance baa . Just been
turned, orer to young Sauvain's
father, J. C. Saurain, residing In
Portland, named as; beneficiary
under the policy.
The: Equitable of Iowa ! could
have taken advantage of a tech
nicality, " demanding seven years
time to ' withhold payment, : be
cause ; insured's . body . was not
found,, but such is not this com
I think Harry Wavra a victim
of circumstance In having, accom
panied Jordon Sou vain on the ill
fated hunting trip, and entirely in-
i nocent of any wrong doing," said
T. J.. Blder, general agent of the
company. "Because of his youth.
Inexperience in hunting and ex
citement, he told a confused story.
which is quite natural, but with
Ten Years Practice in
: Dr. L. R. Bordettc
401 First National Bank Bids.
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
Established 1863 r
General Banking Business
Office Honrs from 10 a. m. to 3 p. nu
Wni Present Play :
Much Interest is being aroused
by the announcement of a serio
comic play, entitled MS A. S. S-."
which will be presented by the
3 Dung men and boys of St Joseph's
parish,, on Saturday evening, No
vember 26. : ;
Smith's Not "Wet"
And he is not "Dry'
at ' Salvation Army
Wiley Out of Jail
N. T. Wiley, who has been held
In county Jail for some time on a
charge of writing a check with
out having sufficient funds in the
bank, was yesterday, allowed to go
free on his own recognizance. The
charge against him will probably
not be pressed further pending
good behavior, it was indicated
late yesterday by Justice of the
Peace Brazier Small.
Arrested for Possession
: Bal" Nelson, a restaurant pro
prietor of Dallas, and James
Brown, also of Dallas, were arrest
ed in Dallas Wednesday night for
possession of liquor, according to
reports here yesterday of state
prohibition officers. They will
have a hearing In Justice court in
Released from Jail
I' Carl Stanton, who has been
serving a 60-day sentence for pos
session of a moonshine still, was
released from Jail yesterday by
posting a bond for the payment of
Remodeling of Suits, Coats
All' kinds of plain and fancy
sewing. Charges reasonable.
- OVER DIRECTOR'S
: MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDONY Mngr.
Make Your View and Commercial
- Pictures, Any Time, Any Place ,
Old Photographs Copied
Often you want old photographs reproduced, but fear entrust
ing them to strangers. . V
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 can offer.
' 42 Oregon Bldg.
; Perfect. Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
Default Order Entered ' i -
' Order of default was entered in
circuit cqfurt r yesterday In the
suit brought by Donald W. Miles,
local attorney, against Harold B.
Looney and Eugene Looney. Mllee
Is bringing action for something
over $400 for; professional servi
ces, -. ' -
We have XT acres rive mues
from Salem that is to be sold
tor 12,060. if you want; a
small ranch with : running
spring water, timber and pas
ture land, lots of fruit, yon will
never be able to do better than
Hhe bargain offered here. Just
,ulnk of it! Twenty-seven
acres for $2,000 and only half
U. S. REALTY CO.
442 State Sft ' Tel, 8SO
Emma Lens Win Serve
You with barbecued chicken and
tall other kinds of dinners. Sunday
and every other day at the Nook,
STt N. High St.
Speeder Porfeite Bail
A C. Dunham of Portland yes
terday forfeited S3 6 bail in Jus
tice court at Salem when he fail
ed to appear to answer a charge of
speeding. He was accused of driv
ing '60 miles an hour, j .
Furniture Cpholstcced ;
And . repalrng. Gleee-Powers
Pnrnitnre Co: " ' x
ABOUT LOCAL OR EASTERN
Oregon Electric Ry.
Willamette Valley Line saT
FOR SALE OR RENT
- . . . . ..... .. .', . ... - .
Three acres close In on paved
highway with modern house.
F. L. Wood, S41 Stale St.
' O. SMTTH OOBOYa -STTHDSTKAKD
Ail Xftkes Um M1n
Psoas SSI 421 Court St.
John J. Rottle
Expert Shoe Fitters
6..S and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA IL ERUEGER '
Over Miller Telephone 117
Money refunded If It does not
cure your case -
NELSON & HUNT, Druggists
Cor, Court and Liberty Tel. 7
415 State St.
t Supply Co,
See TJs For
General Repairing, Weldinff,
Body and Fender
- Expert Mechanics
Cottage and Ferry Phone 409
Serrioe Until Midnight
Long and Short Distance Hauling
. Public and Private Storage
GRAIN, FEED and SEED
Free Delivery to any part of the dty. ; ,
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
PAUL TRAGLIO, Prop.
.Day Telephone 28 Night Telephone 1267-W
111 at rortland ,
, Rev. H. D. Chambers of Salem
is confined to the Good Samaritan
hospital In Portland. He went
there for a complete diagnosis of
his ailments. " :
Charming M l
225 North nigh Stn!
C F. EREITIIATJPT
Telephone 110 IIS State St.
' Ladles wool dresses cleaned
and pressed. S 1.00 up. Men's
and Ladles suits cleaned and
pressed f 1.00. "
. VARLEY CLEAEIL3 '
Interested in Investments? .
Let ns tell you of the best real
property Investments we know,
litre's a large corner, Ve had it
sppraised last week by a conserva
tlre business man, he guessed
$16,000 value.' We guess 15500.
We can sell this week for $1350.
Others down town and on fringe
of business that will get better.
Becke & Hendricks. 189 N. High
Street. . -
We have a complete stock of
fruit and nut trees.
Cherry City Nursery
Office and sales yard opposite
Vlck Bros. Garage on High at
Trade. Nursery on - SUvertoa
Rewound and Repaired, New
or Used Motors
VIBBERT Cc TODD:
101 Sooth Ulsn TeL 2113
1027 PRJb;B WAIXPaPER
Call, phone or write
. MAX O. BUREN
179 M. Commercial Salem
YICII SO; UERD CO.
J. Jt, LEOXG, Mgr.
Our life's work has
been spent in' studying
the healing properties
of Chinese herbs and
now dally we relieve
. 9; stomach, liver and kid-'
ney trouble, rheuma-
' J ' tlsm and : gall stone,,'
also disorders of men,
.women and children. J .
Free Consultation Call or Write
Open 9 A, lt to 8 P, M.
420 State SW Salem, Oregon
i A Family Gift
The heating elements . -
- - assure full, even heat
for plate-slse waffles,
Easy to clean.
; Ciraple to use.
Hakes nice brows '
waffles In a-Jiffy. -
- Perry's Dmj Store
115 S. Commercial -
t 1 a. '
V ' -' t w j
A Want AH Will SaU
Your Summer Horns
IP YOU wu no locsr Esve vae lot your Sun ii'icr
hioma sell it now. , No cse to fcare white Ie
f Last on yocr hzzJ.$ all wlstet wben you can find
purdiase bow as cs&Zf as La pr!ej & you adver
tise in the 7ant Ad.
Oar 7ast Ails are mttl by tiiose wLo wish to II-
and sU ia tbs quicLest, surest and most econcrrJcii
THE OREGOIT STATES! '.1 AH
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