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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1927)
BY J. H. WILLETT
WE. ARG THWJiFOU FOR. TH13
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-AND I P ANYOAf &
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ACHE WE KNOW
WHERE TO 3QT
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REMEDY - Tl AL. I
There should be more Thanksgiving Days in the year. . See to it that you
and each member of your family are comfortable in a happy, sanitary home.
- - - This drug store will help you. -
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
We haver a 1920 leather uphol
stered Pontine Coupe, - per
forms and look like anev car,
has several extras and is a veal
bargain at S658.00; .. "
'The House That Service Bailf
Extradition Granted -
Governor Patterson Saturday
honored papers asking for the ex
tradition of Ray Phillips. who Is
wanted In Fergus county, Montana
a a statutory 'charge.. Phillips Is
under arrest In Portlands
BU Monica's Alder Society
-.Is giving a card party Monday
evening 8 p. m., St Joseph Hall.
8 Oregon Purp and Paper Co.
Preferred. Limited amount for
sale. Hawkins and Roberts. Phone
Bold Meat Market
, Gay W Hunt has sold his meat
market, located at 721 South 12th
street, to E. G. Holler. Possession
will be given tomorrow morning.
flee., of the county superintendent
of schools. It was announced at the
office of the sueriatendept here
yesterday. -' "These four , will have
to be In by next week or we will
make out allotments' on the bas
is of the Tolls last year," it was
stated by Superintendent Fulker
Thanksgiving Flowers .
Adams Florist 453 Court St.
Buy.Xmas Presents Now! . -
While the sale is oh at "Moore's
Music House.- !: "
Jew Homes S3000 to f 13,000'
We have six ready for you.'Bet
ter built than you have . "seen.
Terms It desired. Becke Hen
dricks, 1 8 9 N. High Street.
Wohlfart Estate Appraised
f The estate of the late Henry
Vohlf art has been appraised at
41289.02, according to a report
Tiled in probate yesterday.
Former Pastor Passes C y Z
? Word; has been-received In Sa
lem of the death at Turlock, Cal4
of Rev, George W. Grannls, for
mer pastor the" First Methodist
church here.- Burial will be held
In Salenu , .. " ' . ;
He was accompanied r by Ben
Rickll. Dean Roy R. Hewitt, Wa w
rence Johnson, Fred Duncan, Con
nell Ward, Arthur Marquis, Wil
liam Bishop, Don 'Query and Ed
Sox, who are also delegates. ',
copal church of Salem for a num
ber ot years, died Friday night at
his home ' at Turlock, Cat The
body will be shipped to Salem for
burial st Jason Lee cemetery.
Services Sirtll be In charge of Rev.
Fred C Taylor, pastor of First
church. . Mr.-Grannes'ia survived
by his widows - - .
Chicken la King
In patty shells will be served
today at the III ti. 379 N. High St.
Emms Lenz, Proprietor. .
See ITak" the Wonder
Wolf dog;' , weight 195. pounds,
six feet high. Tuesday only.
Flake's Petland, 273 State Stret.
Free Wood ;
Call at Cherry City
North Broadway, . l ;
5c : Made . at
Tlianksgiving Eve Dad Watson-
V Crystal Gardener real old time
'dance Holiday program.': Extra
I ' . :
lQ2o Special 8 v -
- Nash, 4 door sedan; wonderful
rohdttion. Price wlU j sell this car
3t you wish a Nash. Price 2860.
;Ask for Smith. Fitxgerald-Sher
'win- Motor company. Phone 1121.'
Furniture Upholstered . -
And. 'repairing. Gieee-Powers
La Better Shop
'. To bring a smile of joy to your
face; to! make yon feel that yo'u
are not t only well dressed, but
very well dressed indeed. . That is
our mission in business. We can
show! you dresses that make you
feel all this and more. Month End
Sale now going on. Ton know
where 145 N. High St. .
Falrmonnt Hill 6 Room i ; f '
New Home. Double garage and
all modern features! For sale for
total price $7500 and reasonable
terms can handle. Becke As Hen
dricks, 189 N. High Street.
Dana Will Talk . .' r
Marshall N. : Dana, : associated
editor of the Oregon Journal at
Portland. will address local Ro-
tarians at their luncheon on V-
nesday. - He will tell some facts
connected with the Umatilla Rap-
Buekaroos. Sextette He
The Molalla contingent at the
Marion-Clackamas county " com
munity dubs' gathering here Fri
day night, was one of the liveliest
present. It included a group - of
buekaroos In characteristic garb,
who enlivened the early part of the
evening, and a sextette of women's
voices, wklch sang near the close
of the program.
Why Not '
Select 'your personal, cards for
Xmas now.- Sea our cards before
buying. Atlas Book Store. . .
Bargain For Sale-
Cheap lumber. If! Mill Block
wood; cut from oldfir logs, part
ly 1 seasoned. 1 ' Large ; loads. Fred
E. Wells. Phone 1542, 280 South
; Special Turkey Dinner, Sunday Church.
and Thanksgiving Day.
- i - I Interested in Investments?
Sawyer Here From Bend I Let us tell yon of the best real
- Robert W. Sawyer, publisher of I property Inveetmenti we know.
the Bend Bulletin nnd a member I Here's a large corner, we had it
of the state highway commission,
Is at the stats .house on business.
Spa A --f. J
? SiwiHal Tnrkev Dinner. Sun day
.mnd Thanksgiving Day. x f
f - - - ! - 3
;XOBt. Collie Dog . r ; ; :
I Named Wolf. Reward, 1847
South Commercial. Phone 18 87 J.
Salem Business Property f 6000
r Net yearly, first class building.
'.pays itself less; thn 10 years.
' Vill consider property up to
215,000 as down payment, balance
reasonable terms. . Write for par
Uculars. Box 984, care Statesman.
Thonlutglying Eve Dad Watson. I
CrystaX Gardens, enjdy yourself.
appraised last week by a conserva
tive business man he guessed
$15,000 value. We guess $5500.
We can sell this week for $3350
Others down town and on fringe
of business that will get better,
BeckA A Hendricks. 189 N. High
Xotnjns Equals UsteopaUiy Tor I o s - i s i i
pneumonia, ; nl-biood pressure.
Dr. Marshall, Ore. Bid.
Select your personal cards for
Xmae now. See our cards before
buyirfg. Atlas Book Store
WorttlBg-For World Peace-
1 !.; Wirt, ""Pacific coast secre
tary of the Fellowship of Recon- p,. OBe Pound of
dilation will address three; church
meetings today and another of
Willamette university students
Tuesday, all four, lectures being
in. the Interest of world peace;
Doar cakes, with each can ot
Cal's dog food, Tuesday, Novem
her 22 at Flake's .Petland. 272
State street. Ff;, . ..
Divorce Asked ".' ' .
.Complaint for divorce was filed
"'in circuit court yesterday - by
"Dwlght J. Ritchie against Jennie
M. Ritchie. They were married In
f Salem on August 21, 1922. On
AhcusI 22 of last year she Aesert-
ed him, he alleges as the basis of
Quick Drying Enamel '
Decorative colors, satin finish.
easv to aoolr. Presnall's Paint
Store. 455 Court St. , ;
' Laborers at Cherry City Bakery
North Broadway, Monday morning
eight .a. ,xn.
Thanks giving Roaster
f 73.00 First Payment
Hudson Coach. ,17 months on
? balance $306.00 If sold at once.
r A-l condition. Owner leaving
town, v Phone 2010. Miss Clark.
. Monday or McDonald garage.
Babies Born Test erday
Two.bables were born yesterday
. at the Salem general hospital. A
boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. C
.'RItchey of route 9,and the other
Vwae a girl born to Mr. and Mrs. T
T. Palmer, 1830 S. 12th street.
Xsv Bette Shop Mouth End Sale
Do quality and price mean any
'thing to you? ' Never before such
very high qu"ty priced so- very
low! You know where 14 w
High St. "
Bneeial Sunday Dinner Served
5:45 to S p. m., Marlon Hotel.
Census rolls from all the school
districts In Marlon county excepM
'four have been received at, the oT-
Nature Club to Meet .
The Salem Nature club will
hold a meeting Monday evening at
the Y. M. C. A. to listen to lec
ture on the care and feeding of
birds dorinr the "winter months
national Audnon society," an or
ganization dedicated to the pres
ervation and I care of wild birds
Prof. E. M. Peck of WUUmette
university will preside. Mrs. C
A. Kells is secretary of the local
organisation. Dotations; have
been sent out generally, to the
Woodburu Man Visit
A. . 1. .Beck of Woodburn wu a
business visitor in Salem yester
day. He owns a shoe store on High
New.., LocaUon. 1299 Center. w .
Phone 259 8-R.
Now In stock. Attractive pat
terns.' popular prices. Presnall's!
Paint Store. 455 Court St Phone!
Nothing: Equals Osteopathy
For eolds,' flu. hl-blood pros-
sure, pneumonia, l ar. jaarsnau.
309 Ore. Bldg. t-
county recorder a 1902 ; and
served nnUl 1907. After that he
organized the Union Abstract
business In Salem and operated It
17 years at which time he Virtual
ly retired from' business. Since
that time he has been employed
as field man for the Ladd & Bash
bang, giving as much of hl3 time
as he could to the farm loan de
partment of the bank. He. is a
public accountant and has been
auditing the county books for the
past umber of years. He is thor
oughly conversant, with the needs
; of Marlon county and county busi
ness In general. His appointment.
It is believed,' will meet with 'gen
eral approval. He will assume his
new office December 1st.
! Statement Issued 7 .
Judge Hunt Issued the-following
statement in connection with
) his resignation j
- November 19 th; 1927.
To the people of Marion Countyi
', My Friends, ' '- v r
, The : condition of my health
makes It necessary at this time For
me to resign as county judge. The
doctors tell me. that - it will j be
some time before I will be strong
enough to attend to buslnesst It
is necessary that county business
shoald receive prompt attention.
1 desire, at this time, to thank
all of you for. the. honors yon hare
bestowed Upon me. I appreciate
it very much.
The financial affairs of Marion
county ' a.re In fine shape;' our
schools cannot be excelled, and we
have a fine system of roads. I am
proud of the chance I have had to
contribute my mite towards such
conditions and -assure you that
your whole hearted support ; has
made such things possible.
J. T. HUNT.
C II. ku ?
New Bank Not Allowed
A proposal of Jacob, von Well
and 29 other residents of Sheri
dan and vicinity to organize a new
state bank there,' has been reject
ed by A. A. Schramm,4 state super
intendent of banks, according to
announcement , made here Satur
day. It was said that the decision
of the superintendent or nanas
would be appealed to the state
banking board for final considera
tion. The application was denied
tor economic reasons.- The peti
tion for a charter set out that the
80 persons Interested in organizing
the new bank had subscribed tor
60 shares of stock. The new bank
was to have capital and surplus of
325,001). j The proposal to organize
new bank followed a futile at
tempt to reorganize the defunct
Sheridan State bank, which was
closed by order of the state super
intendent of banks on September
23. . .
JOHN SIEGMUND NAMED
MARION COUNTY JUDGE
(Continued" from Page One)
am not as yet prepared to say."
Judge Hunt's Illness has kept
him from his desk In the county
court for several lmonths. . - His
friends and the public in general
knew of his Illness but heard that
he was gradually Improving and
were all looking forward to seeing
him back on the job within a short
time. Recently the judge became
convinced that his health was not
returning as fast as he expected it
would; and, rather than hold up
the Important business of the
county, decided to step aside and
permit another to fill the post.
John Slegmund, the new Incum
bent, is one ot the best known
men In Marion county. He was
born in Wisconsin December 25
1881. and came to this community
with his 'parents at an early age.
He received a part of his education
at Willamette university. - -
Later - he entered the electrical
business at Jefferson and also was
engaged : In the mercantile busi
ness at Gerrals. - He was elected
Wo Have Cash Buy
For first class modern residence
on North Church,,Wlnter or Sum
mer streets. See Welle Tall man &
21$ Masonic Temple.
John ' Graber ' and Dr. 8 F.
Scott were fined $1 each In police
ennrt vAateTrfaT for overtime nark-i
- J .World's biggest j dog.
n.rvi. n - b - nTnwn Petland. 273 State street, Tuesday
George : Chambers. C. R. Shrock onlT
and O. E. Waiters. ' -
' ratM 8taat
'FASHION SHOW BY BOYS,
GH1LS GIVE PLAY .
Eat Your Sunday 1M
At the Gray -Belle.
Turkey Dinner - -
' Served all day at The Spa, r
For Dinner This Evening ."
i $1.25 dinner . at the Marlon
- . - . a - .
O'Leary's The New Restaurant
T Special chicken dinner
Chicken Dinner at the Lunch Boa
-181 S. Liberty St, Tables tor
ladies. ,: Open all day. . .
a a - , . .
Special Dinner Today '.
And home raadu .salads. State
Special Chicken Dinner-
Today at Argo Restaurant. ,
. . a
. .. a -
Real Home Cooked Chickenp
Dinner at Home Restaurant. 60c.
and sksters, Mrs. George Bakh,
MrSi : H. Gallagher, and -; Fred
Heath, all of Minnesota, Mrs. F. L.
Swanson of : Salem, and ' Mrs. Ed
Ostendorf of Klamath Falls. The
body Is at Webb's funeral parlors
and announcements will be made
. INDEPENDENCE, Nov. 19 -
(Special) The members of ; the
Epworth .'. League of the M. E.
church gave a benefit 'concert Fri
day evening In the .auditorium of
the" training school building.1
The first part of the program
was In the nature of a fashion
show burlesque. t Several young
men in ladles' apparel displayed
morning and evening gowns, also
sports suits, hats and fur trimmed
coats. They were received with
hearty applause " ;
Between acts several violin so
los - were presented by Rev. E. G.
Ranton. . He played "Minuet pin
G" with his own variations and in
several difficult positions. He also
played several numbers on a one-
string violin made out ot a broom.
The second part of the program
was a playlet, "They uo say or
Gossip ' From i Doddsville" pre
sented In six acts by six, young
women. .It was well presented
and each act was received with
voluminous applause. -
In this city, Saturday,' Novem
ber 19, John W. M inner, age 88
years; rbrother - of ; Mrs'. ; C. L.
Wright ot Salem, Mrs. C. T. Tim-
mons and ' Chas. H. Minner of
Portland, Samuel Minner of Beni
cla, Calif., and Daniel Minner of
Oklahoma." - Funeral- services,
Tuesday, November 23 at 1:30 p.
m., from the Rlgdon Mortuary; in
terment in the I. O. O. F. ceme
tery. r- V - ,
" Wright .
In this city, Saturday, Novem
ber 19. Edmond R. Wright, age 72
years ; "brother ot Emma Jane III
ley ot Portland and Sarah Eliza
beth Leacy of Astoria. The re
mains will go forward from the
Rlgdon Mortuary, Monday, No
vember 1, to Oswego where fun
eral services will be held at 2 p.
m. . ...a ;' : r: . - -v ;-
A list of cur patients would contain the leading busi
ness men, newspaper men, attorneys, doctors, bankers,
supreme judges and high state and city officiate; rr.cn
who bay the best talent and ability they can find. T.Icn.
of thi j type arefconservative, cautious, far-seeing busi
ness men who conserve their energy by proper care cf
their eyes. - ,
. Our growth the last twenty-seven years has been a
constant and steady one from the well equipped ordin
ary office of that day to what the western field rcprc
Ecntatives fmen in a position to know) of (the Ilausch"
and Lomb Optical Company and the American Optical
Company, the two largest optical manufacturing con
cerns in the world tell U3 is the best : equipped and
most up-to-date optical establishment to be found in
the United. States.. .
Our success has been due to the fact that we have
handled each case cr treated each patient as if the.
success o our career depended upon that Individual
case.- Ycu.will receive the same careful, conscientious
attention that has builded our business,
Morris Optical Co.
Ten Years Practice La ':
Dr. L. R. Burdcttc
401 First National Bank Bldg.
- Heath ' "
William . Heath died at ft local
hospital on November 19. He Is
survived by his widow, Carrie, and
one son. Dale, at Shelby. Mont.,
father and mother, Mr. and! Mrs.
J. AJ Heath, ot Salem; brothers
Boston Terrier Puppies
; Service ?
Caamploa Haf arty'a
Nothing Equals Osteopathy .
. For colds, flu. hl-blood pressure.
pneumonia. Dr., Marshall. 309
Thelma Individual . ,
-.Chocolates 5c 5 Made
Gry Belle. - '
For every occasion, stuoio. over
nr. Lewis Drug Store. ; Lessons
Sal K. Oarn't BL
Vletar" Adding- Haehlaa Barriea
a I. LOCKWOOD
- I O. -SMITH ft COOHA f
aTnrzsTXAia asdeks ?
- All Xakas Uaad Mifhtaaa ,
yhaaa SAl 4S1 Oaark St.
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDON, llngr.
Perfect Funeral Service
Xieensed Lady Mortician
770 Chcmeketa Street .
. Telephone 7SS4
of service creating an es
tablishment superior in its
reverence, sympathy and
thoughtfulness for all. .
-- Ttlapliona ISO . - '
FOR SALE OR RENT
Three acres close in on paved
highway with modern house
F. L. Wood, 341 State St.
Leave for Tacoma
Judge O. P. Coshow'feft yester-Jr,rp
Aa-r tnr Tamma vhrs ha la al' .
.i.-.to . Vnninn tti. I Fomaer Pastor Dl
wv tf.,w tr,, (..M niKUr Rev. B. W. Grannes. formerly
the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. I pastor of the First Methodist Epls-
We have 27 acres fire miles
from Salem that is to be sold
tor $2,000. It 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
the bargain ottered here. - Just
think .of it! Twenty-seven
acres for $2,000 and only half
cash. - "
U. S. REALTY CO. .
442 State St. Tel. CCC3
ft W T2111TIL1.LPT 1
Telephone 319 i 513 Etata St.
. . Girls
John J. Rottle
Expert Shoe Fitters
18 State st.
9, 9 and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA IL KRUEGER
Over MUlsrs - Telephone 117
V?';-' Casey's Onsranteed
Money refunded if it. does not
cure your case -
NELSON HUNT, Druggists
Cor. Court and Liberty Tel. 7
I. N. MILLER'S
Tues. Nov. 22
LOCATED 2, MILES SO. OF AUMS VILLE ON HIE
AUMSVILLE AND WEST STAYTON ROAD
i FOLLOW ARROWS
4 Head Horses, 22 Milk Cows & Heifers, 1 Guernsey
Bull, 75 Head Sheep, 4 Turkeys 100 Hens, Fordson
.Tractor, Ford Truck, Wheat-Rye, Farm Machinery,
Tools, etc.. : .' '- .;;-.'.;...:
As Follows 1
1 bloeky bay horse, weight 1650, age O eas,-rtri goodj 1
grey horse, weight 1700, age 11 years, good in all harness I 1'
bay mare, weight lSO, age t years, sound and true 1 bay
mare, weight 1450, age O years, good farm hore IO Jersey.
Guernsey and nolstein cows from 8 -to 8 years, -tnllklngi 4
Jersey, Guernsey and Holstein cows, fresh from 1 to 4 weeks
4 Guernsey ad 1 Durham heifers rising a years to freshen
In January and February 8 Guernaey heifers 8 months old!
1 Jersey calf 1 month old f 1 Guernsey ull 16 months 23 head
pure bred Cotswold ewe Iambs, estra fine J &0 head of stocJt
ewest 4 Bronze turkeys; IOO White Leghorn hens 1 1 Jersey
Giants, hens and 1 roosterj I 1023 Fordaou tractor, good elp
With high tension magneto and extension rlms 1 1023 Ford
truck with cab and stake bodl 4 sacks wheat J 4 sacks riei 1
luoaverl 1 hay rakej 1 Superior single dlse drill! 1 S-horse
riding cultivator; 1 1-horse cultivator; 1 8-seetlon lever har
row; 1 3-eection lever harrow 1 8-eectlon traetor spring tooth
harrow, like new? 1 manure spreader; 1 MUlborn 8U wagon
with stock bor, good shape; 1 Iron wheel truck wagon .with
hay rack, good; 1 old wagon f 1 Hercules stump puller and
cable; 1 No. BO Oliver chilled plow; - 2 No. 40 Oliver chilled
pow; 1 10-alngle bottom tractor plow; 1 24 9 bottom tractor
plow; 2 sets work harness f 1 good stoeTc saddle 4 10-gallon
cream cans, good; 4 5-galloa cream cans; S milk pailaj creAm
separator; 1 Fordson pulley; 1 scalding vat 8 oil firaml 1
lOO-gallon gas tank; 1 50-non f:as tank; cross rnt-atr,
axes, wedges, whiffletrees, used Ford parts, log chains, ropes,
forks, hose, shovels, and many other miscellaneous sutla,'s,
TERMS CASH. ' IF YOU HAVEN'T THE CARH ARTJ-INGIj
WITH YOUR BANKER FOR IT,
LUNCH SERVED ON GROUND3
L N. MILLER, j
Owne.r Aumaville, Oregon
I,Iake Your View and Commercial
Pictures, Any Time, Any Place ; ;
Old Photographs Copied
Often yon want old photographs reproduced,, but fear entrust
ing 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 arent.can otter.;
423 Oregon Elj.
Ladies wool- dresses cleane.4.
and pressed, $1.00 up. lien's
and Ladles suits cleaned and
pressed $1.90. :
YARLEY CIXANEia - : ,
Over Buslcks ' -
1 ELECTRIC MOTORS
Rewound and Repaired, New
or Used Motors
1037 FGK WALLPAFER
Call, phone or write
MAX O. BUREN r :
178 N. Commercial Salem
Thing Electrical -
191 South High " Tel. 2113
YICU SO HERB CO.
1 1 J. IX. LEONG, Mgr.
' m- 2' Our life's work has
trQ been spent in studying
Ta; the healing properties
""i" of Chinese herbs - and
;TT now daily iwe" relieve
v those suffering from
s(omac5,llvet and kid
' lT "ney trouble, rheuma
' ffl'tlm and gall stone..
--" v also disorders of men,
women and children. . - -
Free Consul tailonCall or Write
Open 9 A. 21. to 8 P. M.
420 State SU, Salem, Ore-son
A Family Gift
America's : Greatest
The Family Package
! Good candy, well packed
at a price that fits all
pocket books. -,
An , assortment : ot the
Z favorite pieces of ail
absolutely fresh and wholes
' "; ov ' ; - -'
ZH R. Box ..-.
73 umz iiicrc
Lor.3 and Short D!stxuico naul'n j
Futile and Pr irate Stcra-s .
- i Firtprccf Eci:3 1
GRAIN, FEED atici S-U J.-
'Free DeUrery to any part cf t:.3 ell;'.
: QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATI .
PAUL TTIAGLIO, Itc?.
F. N. TiTCODriY,
IS rears Ealem's Lf'-lM
. Auctioneer, la
See my stoeh of new and used furniture. Rugs, Ranges, Heaters,
. . , etc. Auction every Wednesday nl'ht at store
. 1010 N. Summer Street, Salem. Phone fill