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The Neic Oregon Statesman. Salem.' Oregon, Thursday Morning, February t 7, 1929
f CHARTER NIGHT
Lions Club Event at Stay ton!
t to Draw 125 Out of
ST A YTON," Feb. 6 ( Special )-
The charter night program for the
Stay ton Lions club will be held
Baturday night, at which 125 visit
ing Lions and guests are expected
to be present to honor the new
The dinner will be served by
thewomen's community club.
Practically all of the Salem
TJnnM will h nresunt as well as
) delegations from two clubs in
l Portland and those at Runeburg.
TnlndA VinranTiir Wash.. Car.
vallis, Albany and Eugene. Part
of the entertainment will be pro
vided by each of these visiting
Final arrangements for the
event were made at today's meet
ing of the club.
The local Lions are also evi
dencing great Interest In the at
tendance contest In which they are
competing against other clubs in ;
BRUSH COLLEGE. Feb. .
(Special) Bills before the legls-
' lature were reviewed and discuss
ed at the meeting Df,Brih Col
lege Grange FTlday evening Glen
Adams, grange master presided. A
pctluck supper was served.
Heads of committees who re
ported on session bills were Ar-
thur Uttley. legislation committee;
Mr vantln roads: IT. G. Lehman,
a finance and M re. Corydon Blod-
L.aett. Mrs. Oliver auutney anu
A( n C' Chaffee, relief.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Scott,
who have given two acts. "Court
ship." and "Marriage." of a dra
matized song at previous meet
ings, gave the third and last act.
"Honeymoon." Friday nleht. Lit
tle Barbara Scott Bang "Were I",
accompanied by her mother.
Brush College Q range members
- decided at this meeting to send
their lecturer Mrs. F. MfcCall. to
the lecturers' school at Corvallis.
February 11., 12 and 13-
Held at Geryais
GERVA1S. Feb. (Special)
Funeral services were held from
the Presbyterian church in Gervalii
Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock
for John Samuel Parla. who died
Friday at the : Deaconess hospital
In Salem. Services were conducted
by the Rev. Mr. Grafflous. pastor
of the Gervals Presbyterian church
. . - a In t Vl O KPIle
John Samuel Paris was born
J ... .r nnttftTille. Oregon, in 1868.
In 1872 the family moved to a
tarm near Gervais. where they
have resided for many years. Two
brothers and one sister survive
the brother are Lincoln Parts and
Herman Parla and the sister Lor
etta J. Walker.
SILVERTON. Feb. (Special)
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Coolidge of
astern Washington, who have
been the house guests of Mr. Cool
idge's niece. Mrs. Charles Rey
nolds, left Silverton Sunday, for
California, where they will spend
IF KIDNEYS 1CT
BID TIKE SILTS
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Kava Backache Often Means
ww .T r ...... rtvtnlr-
- - xou nave
to Enough Water
u-hta vnn wake no with back
ache and dull misery In the kid
ney region It may mean you naie
been eating foods which create
acids, says a well-known author
itv An excess of such acids over
works the kidneys in their effort
to filter It from the Dlooa ana
v.t wnma sort of paralysed and
loggy. When your kidneys get
sluggish and clog you must re
lieve them, like you relieve . your
bowels, removing all tbe body's
urinous waste, else you have back
ache, sick headache, diy spells;
your stomach sours, tongue Is
coated, and when the weather Is
fc&d vou have rheumatic twinges.
The urine la cloudy, full of sedi
ment, channels often get sore,
water scalds and you are obliged
to seek relief two or three times
during the night.
Either consult a good, reliable
physician at once or get from your
pharmacist about four ounces of
Jad Baits: take a tablespoonfu la
a glass of water before breakfast
for a few flays and your aianeys
may then act fine, viTWa .famous
salts is made . from, . (he - add. of
a-ranea and lemon inice.' combined
with llthla, and ha been used for
' - years to nelp cjean ana; stimulate
- sluggish kidneys, also to neutra-
,1- liv iuugoi initio, yp vrcu
- Jad Salts is inexoenslva. can
not Injure and makes a delightful,
v cnerrescent iunia,-water anna
'.' Drink lots of good water.' Adv.
r Oregon StotesnMn's VMlm ivs
THE OLD HOMETOWN - Stanley
F i m iHiriii iii. lit ii ii(m
SS "THAT A -j
DOC P1UU5BURY ANNOUNCES
"THAT AW ONE FKCfRIM
ETTNC 3 IOC, To PUT TOFF
A WEEK Ok. SO. UNTIL. THEY
AND PAWERIM HIS
ZENA. Feb. 6 (Special)
The January meeting of the Swee
Briar club was held at the home
of Mrs. Glen Adams on the Sprlne
Mrs. Nina Adams, president,
opened the business-meeting. Mrs.
Mary D. Pratt, secretary, read the
minutes of the last meeting. Var
ious matters were brought up and
discussed after which Mrs. Marie
Flint McCall read an original ar
ticle on the origin of Oregon and
its geology from the tim Oregon
was only two islands. Mrs. Stod
dard and Mrs. A. . Utley assist
ed the hostess when she served c
Mrs. Marie Flint McCall wili
entertain the Sweet Briar club ai
her horns February 12. Those wht
were present were: Mrs. Nina Ad
ams, Mrs. Alice Adams, Mrs. Lo
na Allen," Mrs. Bernice Blodgett
Mrs. Ray Blnegar, Mrs. C. Crab
tree, Mrs. Carrie Chaffee, Mtb.
Pearl Groute, Mrs. Jeanette Im
lah, Mrs. Hortense Kugel. Mrs.
E. O. Moll, Mrs. 'Marie McCall
Mrs. F. C. Mercer, Mrs. Addle Ma
Pettys, Mr. A. E. Utley, Mrs. Wal
ter Stoddard and Miss Nellie Tay
lor. Birthday Party
Held At Scott
LI BERTY Feb. 6. (Special )
Liberty young people were en
tertained by Mr, and Mrs. Fred
Scott at their home 'on Route 4.
Saturday evening, in honor of
their son's birthday. The evening
vas spent playing cards. An at
tractive dinner was served. Guest:
were the Misses Lily IWlllams.
Dorothy Judd, Lola Janette, Carol
Dasch, Dorothy Davis, Etta Wes
tenhouse, the Messrs. Ernest Leh
man, Harlan Judd, Richard
Schotthoefer. William Berndt, Eu
gene Crothera, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Gordon, the htonor guest, Leland
Liberty drama club has called
a meeting for Wednesday, Febru
ary . at 7:30 o'clock for the pur
pose of beginning practice on a
St. Patrick's day entertainment
under the direction of Mrs. Ted
Gordon and Professor Lehman.
The program will be given
P. T. A. Planning
At Today's Meet
SILVERTON, Feb. 6 (Special)
On Thursday afternoon at 8:10
o'clock. In the high school assem
bly room, the Silverton P. T. A
will hold ,lts regular business
meeting preceded by the following
A song by the pupils of Miss
Thorburn's room; a thrift exercise
by the pupils of Mies Peterson's
room, a one act play presented by
the public speaking class of the
high school, directed by Miss
The speaker of the afternoon
will be Mrs. F. H. Upton, wife of
the Rev, Mr. Upton of the Congre
gatlonal church, who has been In
Juvenile work in both Washington
and Oregon for a number o? years.
Her topic will be "Child Delin
quency." ' .
BROOKS.- Feb. t (Special)
uecent guests at the home of Mrs.
Jennie Gilbert were Mr. and Mrs.
Perosa, Mr. and Mrs. Cookston
and - Mrs. Macv . all of Portland.
Mrs. Derosa will be remembered
as Miss Fairy Macy and Mrs.
Cookston as Mies Mable Macy, for:
merly residing in Brooks. , r
Delay By Storm
NORTH SANTIAM. Feb. 6.
(Special) Bert .Keithley, engi
neer In Hinkle's mill near Lyons,
resumed work Monday after a
week's vacation; the snow storm
necessitating the closing down of
the mill for a few days.
Mrs, Leonard Devlin, who has
been with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Davis, for some time,
moved to Mehama Saturday to be
with her husband, who is em
ployed In a logging camp near
Harold Witcraft sang for the
P. T. A. at Aumsville Monday
Frank Witcraft returned home
from Heppner Monday, where he
tias been staying the past several
Garland Huddleston of Wllla-
mina spent a few months, the past
week, at the home of his mother,
Mrs. O. W. Cobb, who has charge
it his two children, Clifton and
Baby Mary Louise, with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland
Keith.ley. Mill City, visited for
he first time Sunday at the home
f her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
3ert Keithley and at the homes of
ler great grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wiley Angel and Mr. and
Irs. Willis Keithley.
Herman Rigster and Jesse Are
lart of Lebanon, visited Monday
A the Orehart home.
Winifred Davis spent the week
end at the home of her friend.
Miss Nina Branch of Btayton.
Mrs. Chester Huddleston of
Willamina spent the week-end
with relatives hers. Including the
Witcrafts, Cobha and Fabrlques.
Funeral is Held
In Salem Sunday
' BROOKS, Feb, 6 (Special)
Funeral services for Augusta
Marie Matthes, was held at Clough
Huston runeral chapel In Salem
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
with interment in the Hayesville
Augusta Marie Matthes. born in
Uartnn Aoiintv waa the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Matthes. She
died at the family hjome Friday
following an extenaea niness at
the age of seventeen years. She
was well known In Salem, and was
i Student at the Salem high school
She is survived by her father
and mother and one sister. Mrs.
Margaret Mears. In California, her
TTandmother Mrs. Susan Mc
Munn, several aunts and uncles.
Two older brothers are dead. ,
Beaver Dam Land
BROOKS, Feb. 6 (Special)
Mr. McClaughry, a farmer living
abount two miles east of Brooks
recently purchased a ten acre tract
of land in the Lake Labish section
from Ernest Naftzger, of Vale,
Oregon, the consideration being
$4500. or $450 per acre. Five ac
res of this tract is beaver dam
land and Is under cultivation. Mr.
McClaughry cam, here eleven
years ago from Oklahoma, and
now owna a modern home. This is
the third tract of land he has
bought, i .; J
r SILVERTON. Feb. e (Special)
Mrs. Gertruda Cameron present,
ed Irene Morley, Sylvia Naae and
Franklin Evenson In an Invitation
al piano recital at her home on
Oak street Monday', night. ; Miss
Beartice Booth asssited with two
Indian songs. After giving each
plans student a normal certificate.
Mrs. Cameron presented each with
a corsage bouquet.
. ADDITION TALKED
SALEM HEIGHTS. Feb. .
(Special) The possible construc
tion of an addition to the com
munity hall to include a stage,
was discussed at a special meeting
of the Salem Heights Community
club recently. It was declared that
the present crowded conditions
and the temporary stage do not
adequately meet the needs of the
community when public perform
ances and programs are given. The
present hall was built 15 years
ago. Two years ago a kitchen was
At this meeting the resignation
of Arthur Bloomenburg aa presi
dent was accepted and H. F. Zin
ser elected to serve out the unex
pired term. P. F. Stolsheise wos
named secretary and Myron Van
The club Is planning to present
a minstrel show in the near fu
ture. The president appointed D.
D. Craig, A. N. Chapman and
George Wilson as a committee to
have charge of the show. A com
mittee to arrange the program for
the next meeting, February 15.
was named, consisting of Mrs. D.
D. Craig, C. M. Robinson and Wil
lis Caldwell, Sr.
Another special meeting to con
sider further the building Question
will be held Friday, February 8.
Figures will be presented at that
time covering the cost of the en
tire building project.
For Infant Boy
BROOKS. Feb. 6 ( Special W
ard Brundrtdge, infant eon of Mr.
Funeral services for Gordon Rieh
and Mrs. Dewey Brundrtdge, were
held Wednesday afternoon at the
Clough-Huston parlors In Salem.
He was born near Brooks and was
S months 21 days old. He is sur
vived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dewey Brundrtdge, one brother.
Glesener, and two sisters. La Von,
Three Act Play
HOPMERE, Feb. 6 (Special)
The Buena Crest Literary soci
ety repeated its three-act comedy
"An Innocent Desperado" Friday
evening at the Woodman hall at
Chemawa. The effect of their work
on. the play was clearly shown.
'Now, is Doctor's Advice
Don't neglect any cold nowa
days. Colds are so weakening;
and In a weakened condition, you
are so susceptible to more serious
When you find you are catching
cold, take care to keep the bowels
open. That's the fist precaution
every doctor advises. That's the
way to avoid the congestion which
makes yon feverish, achy, 'halt
sick, miserable. ;
Millions know the quick way to
open the bowels, keep them active,
is with Dr. Cadwell's Syrup of
Pepsin.' Every second ot the day
someone, somewhere is going into
a drugstore to get a bottle of this
splendid medicine, .made from
simple laxative herbs and pepsin
by the formula Doctor' Caldwell
found so effective- daring his 47
years', medical practice.-
: Dr. Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin
Is milcPand gentle In Its action
but It la promptly effective on the
most I robust constitution. Con
taining neither 'narcotics or opia
tes, it is safe for the tiniest baby.
Children like It and take it gladly.
' For colds, fevers. . biliousness,
Indigestion, headaches, heartburV,
nausea, bad breath, loss of sleep
any troubles caused by poor dlges-
WES ARE LISTED
SILVERTON, Feb. -(SpecIal)
Junior high school students who
have attained the standard of a
B-plus average, which Is equiva
lent to a number grade of 90 to
95, for the put semester, are
placed on the school honor roll.
The following students received
the honor: Catherine Tomlnson.
Bessie Hatch. Allan Shepard,
Wayne Scott, Louise Latham, Pau
line Henjum, La Forest McDonald,
Jane Opsund, Alice Barkhurst,
Nellie Barkhurst, 1311a Kellner.
Merle Haskins, Irvin Hobart. Mar.
The following students are on
the honor roll for the six weeks'
term Just completed: Wesley Wil
liams, Catherine Tomlnson. Bessie
Hatch, Una Lee. Allan Shepard.
Wayne Scott, Margaret Keene.
Louise Latham, Mildred Jenkins.
Pauline Henjum, Clifton Hadley,
Evelyn Barr, Agnes Falk. LaFor
est McDonald. Frances Stewert.
Marion Brady. Jane Opsund. Mar
tha Goodnecht, Juletta Abel, Edna
Plank, Alice Parkhurst. Eleanor
Funrue, Ethel Knight, Ida Land.
UPON HONOR ROLL
IrvFn Hobart. Don "schman .nd!tcmmItd in In 1928.
Father of Zena
ZENA. Feb. 6. (Special)
Ralph H. Scott went to Salem
Sunday, where he remained dur
ing the night at the bedside of
his father, the Rev. W. T. Scott,
who is critically 111 at the Dea
coness hospital. Mr. Scott was for
many years pastor of the Zena
hurch, but has been an Invalid
3ince he was injured by a hit and
run driver a number of years ago.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W W
Henry entertained a group of
friends at a fireside luncheon at
their Zena home. The guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank
Crawford and daughter and son.
Miss Hilda and Frank Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne D. Henry and the
The regular meeting of the
Zena Missionary society has been
postponed a week until February
13, because of the illness of one
of the hostesses, Mrs. S. H. Bar
ker, at whose home the meeting
was to have been held. Mrs. Roy
E. Barker and Mrs. Charlea Mc
Carter will be assistant hostesses.
Sold For $7.12
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore.. Feb.
6. (AP) G. C. Lorenz of Klam
ath Falls was the successful bid
der today for 150,000,000 feet of
exceptionally fine timber on the
Klamath Indian reservation, when
his bid of $7.12 per thousand feet
was accepted by the Klamath
agency. The bids were opened to
day by L. B. Arnold, superinten
dent of the Klamath Indian res
Other bidders were: W. J. Con
rad, Marshfield, $6.56; Campbell
Cowle company. Sprague river.
so.ii; Klamath Pine Lumber
The timber is in the Whisker
creek district. The accessibility
of the timber to railroads account
ed for the relatively hiah hid
The Klamath Indian tribe owns
To Change Her
NEW YORK, Feb. 6. AP
Evelyn Nesbit. night cluh hnt
and former wife of Harry K. Thaw
coaay announced her engagement
to Aiexievucn Romanoff, 27. who
claims he is a prince in the Rus
san Royal family. He now is sing
ing as a b&eeo in a Broadway oper
"I am still the wife of Jack
Clifford." said Miss Nesbit refer
ring to her former dancing part
ner, "but I expect my divorce, very
"oon and when I get it I am going
to become Princess Evelyn."
tion'or faulty evacuation. -Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin will
prove a blessing. .
It's overwhelming success and
popularity is based on real merit
on one satisfied user telling an.
other. "Tour drugstore sella the
generous bottles on a positive
money-back-guarantee to give sat
and Correspondents Page
Chicago Murder Map
Each one of the 868 dots on
1 a a.
map represent, . murder
many ez wnicn have not been
solved. At present police have
been trying to cope with the crime
situation by rounding ' up all
known hoodlums, bandits and no-
1 torious characters.
AUTO CAMPS HELD
The volume of business in the
auto camp industry of the United
States exceeds that of the meat
packing industries by 50 per cent
and in Oregon alone involves an
investment estimated at $2,500.
000, H. M. Seivert of Portland
Monday told members of the Sa
lem chamber of commerce. Mr.
Seivert presided at the annual
meeting of the Oregon Auto Camp
association, which opened at the
chamber of commerce Monday.
"The bulk of tourists coming
into Oregon from California are
not Callfornians, but mid-west
tourists who have spent the whi
te rin California and are coming
north, under California licenses,
to seek permanent locations," Mr.
Seivert said. "The stop at Ore
gon auto camps, many of which
have investments of from $25,000
to $75,000, expended for the eco
nomical entertainment of motor
parties. With such camps as
their bases, they seek homes,
(arms or business enterprises in
which to invest their money.
Clinton A. Ambrose, secretary
treasurer of the association, and
r. L. Putnam of Yuba City. Calif.,
were other speakers at the forum
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SOMEBODY wants something all the timel.One man wants
a job; another a radio; a third would buy a set of Shakes
peare. One woman would rent her home; another wants a
good used car; and still another is looking, for a violin. Desires
change . . . but one fact remains unvarying: somebody wants
something all the time. . . r
The Classified Ad columns of this paper is the most import
ant market place of the people in this community. Multitudes
read these, columns every day. ,
One ad will reach this horde of readers . . jthe next time you
have an ad to place Call . M'
Bill Affecting Deer Hunting
Only One Causing Rip
pie of Interest
Business was slack at the house
of representatives Tuesday and
lawmaking proceeded in a leisure
ly fashion. Only four house bills
were ready for third reading, and
of these only one, that on deer
hunting in Eastern Oregon, oc
casioned any Unusual amount of
debate. Since this was about all
that there was to do everyone
who could think of anything' to
say said it.
Bills passed 'were as follows:
H. B. 284, to aemnd section
4114. 4116 and 4117. relating to
party pamphlets and filing of
statement and portraits.
H. B. 285, to amend section
1118, relating to campaign pam
phlets, and setting time for filing
of statements and portraits of
aendidates. ' (companion bill to
H. B. 284).
H. B. 3077 to authorize tho
county court of Lane county to
use certain general funds for the
purpose of oiling roads In Lane
H. J. R. 12. providing for an
amendment of section 6, article
VI, of the constitution relatlveto
the selection of county officers.
H. J. M. (T, providing for the re
lief of Thedor Knudson.
S. J. R. 4, providing for the ac
ceptance by the state of Oregon
of money provided by federal gov
ernment for the development of
agricultural extension work.
The following bills were with
drawn: H. B. 271. to amend section
501," permitting persons of ,un-
sound mind to
Is your .will an old one? Mar
riage and b i r t hj of children
make it necessary, and changes
in your financial condition
make it advisable to make
changes in your will.
When making changes, name
this institution as your ex
ecutor and trustee.
Ladd & Bush Trust Co.
lSiiJ0 HtQ, Money, ' ,
- iKlliiiill tsvtfftt' -o ooxl Ge-rtW our I
BSSSSS tsi -DAUCIM' LIKE TH5
through their guardians.
H. B. 179, to amend legislation
concerning requiring the coroner
to get certain permission before
an autopsy may be held. - ?
H. B. 287, providing that all
restaurants serving meals on
mezzanines or balconies shall pro
vide and maintain automatic lift
for conveying food.
Bills indefinitely postponed
H. B. 95, repealing laws relat
ing to assignment of dower.
II. B. 194. Droridina- for Cen
tralized purchasing of school sup
plies by county school superin
tendents. H. B. 268, amending section
5327, relative to tuiUon for non
resident students of high schools.
Damage Is Slight
HILO. T. H.. Feb. 6. (AP)
A sharp earthquake was felt at
2:25 p. m-, today on the Island
of Hawaii. It lasted ope minute
In the districts of Kohala. Kona
and Hila. but no damage was re
ported. Thomas A. Jagger. rolcanolog
1st, said that the disturbance had
Its center in the Halemaumau
crater of the Kllaura volcano, and
was recorded on the volcano
house seismograph for ten min
utes. While uncertain of .its ef
fect. Professor Jagger said the
earthquake might be an indica
tion of impending activity of Kil
auea. TRAFFIC ACCIDENT IS
FATAL TO P0RTLANDER
PORTLAND. Or. Feb. 6 (AP)
Frank Nezhoda. 27. died in a
hospital here today from Injuries
sustained Sunday when he was
struck by a bus. He buffered a
fractured skull. The bus driver
I was not held.