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Ttt OREGON STATESMAN; Salem. Oregon, Satnrday Horning, bepleiaber if, 19Z3
Constitution D a y
The D. A. It. announce thit"
for the celebration trhlchthey
'Will sponsor for Constitution Day,
an excellent speaker has been en
gaged. C. T. Wlgfall. a member of
the Oregon bar, end a graduate
of both Tale and Columbia.
." The program Trill take place in
the senate chamber ol ths state
capital building at 8 o'clock Tues
day evening. In addition to this
address there will bo musical of
ferings by the popular violin cho
rus conducted by Miss Elizabeth
The public Is especially urged
to .come and the attorneys and
" V MAmldM tt thai Ifl w'afYlfwil irA
asked as special guests.
The D. A. R. is the only organ
ization . to: max a special point 01
the celebration of . September 17,
Constitution Day, and it is antici
pated by members of the organiza
tion that this will be a very lnter-
Returns to Salem
Miss Marguerite McDonald has
returned to Salem to be with Mrs.
Ralph White during the winter
after . having spent ' the summer
months "In Portland, Vancouver
and Victoria, B. C. This adds one
more season to the' several which
Miss McDonald has spent in Sa
lem." ' The first part of the summer
was spent in Portland in rtudy
with Kate Dell Marden in her
school of music- Mies McDonald
took special work in the Dunning
system. The rest of the summer
Was spent In summer outings and
vacationing In general.
Two Salem Girls
Leave For Schools
Now that the -school season is
beginning many folk are both
coming and going to and from Sa
lem. Among those to leave this
week are Miss Mary Kightllnger,
and Miss Helen pollock.
- Miss Kightllnger began her du
tlce in the grade school of Junc
tion City Jast Monday. Miss Pol
Jock leaves today for Junction City
where she will begin her duties as
aNmember of the high school staff
of that place.
Will Meet Tuesday
Mrs. R. C. Arpke will be hostess
to members ot the Etokta club
Tuesday afternoon at her home,
425 North 19th street, at 2:30
This will be the first meeting of
the-year after the summer vaca
tion and will be a social meeting
with plans for the winter to be dis
Mrs. Arpke will have assisting
her during the afternoon, Mrs.
W.C. T. U. Will
, Members of the W. C. T. U. of
Salem are urged to be present at
the Tuesday meeting which will
be held in the Union hall at the
corner of Ferry and Commercial
'at-eet. i '-
This meeting is an election of
officers and will be marked by
tb.3 annual reports ot tho heads
- of various committees.
Of interest to their many
. friends will be the announcement
. that a daughter has been born to
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson,,
Jr. Mrs. Robertson has been vis
iting In Salem with Dr. and Mrs.
Charles Robertson, Sr., and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ap
person, - in McMinnville, since
July. - She will be here about a
month longer before going to join
her- husband in California.
Just at present both Mrs. Rob
ertson, Jr., and young daughter
are progressing satisfactorily at
the Salem General hospital.
" SILVERTON: Among Silverton
folk who have been attracted this
week to the Dutwln theatre at
.Portland for the stage ' perfor
mances of Ethel Barrymore are
Mrs. Jack Ballentyne, Miss Ro
rella. Richardson, Mrs. H.. W.
Preston, Mrs. George Steelham-
- mer, Mrs. C. A. Renolds, Mrs. R.
E. Kleinsorge, Elizabeth Klein
orge, Harriet Kleinsorge. Mrs. H.
B. Latham, Louise Lathem.
Mrs. J, C. Griffith, Mrs. Joseph
Albert and Miss Josephine return
ed Friday evening after two days
spent In Portland, where they vis
ited, and attended a performance
- of Ethel Barrymore- in "The King
dom ot God" which was presented
-at the Dufwin theatre the first
part ot the week. .-
. . :
. Mrs. Amy Howe and daughter,
- Mrs. Chalmer Lee George, and son
- Chalmer Lee. Jr;. left Friday for
" Kellogg, Idaho, where they -will
attend the funeral of James KeI
" son, brother of Mrs. Howe. They
, exprct to return the first of next
week. . . . . -
.Mr. -and Mrs. B. Hartley and
dan ghter. Miss Katheryn Hartley;
Jhave Just, returned . from lour
weeks spent oh the Hartley ranch.
near Independence , wherein Mr.
Hartley - was ; looking . after - his
-hops, . . . ; ' - :
V 'An announcement has "reached
. ' friends In Salem- ot the birth ot a
son -christened , John Wesley, to
f Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson-at
; Flint; Michigan. 'Mrs.. Stevenson
t waa - former ir' Helen " Walcher.
; , x oanxr Joan -wanern liepiemeer
Olive M. Doak,
Miss Marguerite McDonald, who has just re
turned to Salem for the winter season after having
spent the summer in British Columbia.
Woman's dub, business
meeting 2:30 and program,
3 o'clock. Woman's elub-
house, N. Cottage street.
Have Dinner Meet
Members of the Encinitis club
met at the Food Shep for dinner
Thursday night and then went to
the Y. W. C. A. for a business
meeting where plans for the com
ing year were made.
Those present were Mrs. Eric
Butler, advisor, Miss Betty Elof-
son. Miss Bessie Tucker, Miss Mil
dred Judson, Miss Elizabeth
Welch, Miss Anona Welch, "Miss
Lucille Reddicopp. Miss Wilma
Coursey, Mrs. Jennie Latham, and
Miss Leila Park.
Salem Garden Folk
Are Invited to Visit
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Goode ot
Stay ton are throwing open their
gardens located at the east edge
of Stayten for public Insreetion
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Goode hare
devoted much time and labor to
ward improving and landscaping
their grounds and laying out their
gardens. They extend a cordial in
vitation to Salem' people to visit
their home Sunday.
SILVERTON: Dr. and Mrs. A.
D. Woodmansee, who left this
week for their new home at Eu
gene, have been the inspiration of
numerous social affairs prior to
their leaving. Among those who
have entertained at dinners hon
oring Mr; and Mrs. Woodmansee
are Mr.' and Mrs. James A. Camp
bell, "Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Arbuth
not, Mr. and Mrs. John Small; Mr.
and Mrs. Forest Stamey, Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Janz and Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Ekman. Mrs. R. E. Klein
sorge, Mrs. John Hoblitt, Mrs.
Mahlon Hoblitt have been bridge
hostesses at affairs honoring Mrs
Woodmansee, and the Silvertoa
social club gave a stag dinner for
Dr. Woodmansee at its club
Miss Una Heist, Miss June
Philpott. and Miss Laura Hale will
be Joint hostesses Thursday aft
ernoen i between the hoars of
three to five o'clock at the home
ot Miss Hale. There have been 30
New Fall Models of Tweed
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O. S. C. Club Plans
Mrs. David Wright will be host
ess Monday night for a benefit
bridge party sponsored by the
members of the Salem Oregon
State College club. The returns
from this party will go to the
scholarship fund which this club
maintains. Last June a $100
scholarship was awarded to Wes
ley Heise, upon his graduation
from high school.
The committee in charge is Mrs.
David ' Wright, Mrs. Ellsworth
Rtcketts, Mrs. Larry Flagg, Mrs.
William Merriott. and Mrs. Mark
McCallister. For reservation phone
Honors Mrs. E. Wood
Mrs. William Walton enter
tained informally between the
hours of 4 o'clock and f o'elock
at her home en North Summer
street, Friday afternoon compli
menting Mrs. E. P. Wood. Tea was
served to a small group of in
Mr. and Mrs. Wodd will soon
leave for Tacoma, Washington.
where they will establish their
home, after "having been residents
of Salem tor some time.
B. & P. W. Meeting
Because of the absence of so
many members ot the executive
board of the Business and Profes
sional dub, the executive meeting
which was to have been called to
night at the home-of Mrs. Susan
Varty, president, ' will be post
poned until Thursday evening of
Mrs. W. B. Smith and daughter.
Miss Grace Elizabeth Smith, are
entertaining Mrs.. Smith's son and
bis wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith
for Santa Monica. California. Mr,
and Mrs. Smith have been visiting
during the summer in Ohio and
New Jersey and are stopping in
Salem en route to their home in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stump, Mrs.
Rex San ford, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Hamilton and Clarence Hamilton
motored to Portland for the Wed
nesday matinee performance of
Ethel Barrymore in the play "The
Kingdom of God."
The Statesman 15c Practical.
This exquisite daytime frock Is
the last word in the world of fa
shion. The vestee, the revera, and
the pleated skirt create long slen
der lines of ehic that every smart
woman adores. The unusual belt
Is decidedly raised in accepted fall
style. The sleeves, are trim and
well, tailored.- .
A novelty tweed Is used In mak
ing Design 1761, with silk crepe
or. linen . forj trimming. Mixtures of
black-and white, brown, beige and
green; or blue and grey, will Ja
shlon a. stunning frock.
- -May be obtained: only ; in sizes
sc. 3 a. 9, t z and 44. . . ; ..
Size 31 requires 2 3-8 yards of
64 inch material and 1-8 yard
-This model is easy to make. No
acesamacing experience- is neces
sary. Each pattern comes . to you
with simple and exact instructions
deluding yardage for every site.5
A; perfect fit is guaranteed.
; Patterns will be! deltrered apoiv
receipt or-uiteen eents f ice)' u
coin carefully ' wrapped or
stamps. ;r sure to write plainly
your. name, address, style' number
and size wanted.
- The fashion book , is 4 fifteen
cents, bat only ten .cents -when or
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Picture Talk Features
Club Meeting .
Beginning on the work started
by Mrs. William Fordyce Fargo
last year in the Woman's club.
Mrs. Roy Burton will display a
group of the English school of
art at the Woman's club this aft
ernoon as a part 6f the program
for the first meeting of the year.
These pictures are a part of
the "picture library- which the
Wonman's Club now boasts. Mrs.
E. P. Mossman of La Grande, state
chairman ot art In the state or
ganization began this work several
years ago and has created much
interest In It. Through study she
has formed a list of 80 pictures
which' she recommends as a basis
for picture library. The Salem
club has already acquired a large
cumber of these pictures besides
many others. --
The pictures of each country
are placed, in envelops and may be
borrowed by any organization or
schools upon request. Some of
these pictures have been on dis
play in the lobby of the public
where they have been placed
from time to time by Miss Maud
Mrs. J. N. Haugen and daugh
ter, Miss Gladys Haugen, have
.been visiting friends and relatives
for a week in Tacoma and Seattle.
. Next Saturday
The Reynold's Ac c o- n t i n g
agency located at 21S South Com
mercial street, George: Reynolds,
owner and manager, has changed
hands, having been . sold to the
Cunocar . Inc.. John A. Stlmpson,
manager. It will open under the
new managership Saturday, . Sep
tember 14, at 545 Chemeketa
street, headquarters of the Cuno
Mr.- Stlmpson in taking over the
work of Mr. Reynolds expressed
the desire to maintain the same
satisfactory business relations
which Reynolds has built up in
his three years ot work In Salem.
Reynolds goes to Seattle whefe
he has accepted an excellent posi
tion on the staff of the Motor Ac
adets Class is
At "Y" Rooms
The Cadets class at the T. M.
A., including in Us membership
boys nine and ten years old, was
organized at a dinner Friday
night at the Y. Ronald Hewitt
talked, describing his recent tour
through China, and Bert Crary
gave several readings. Clubs
were organized as follows: '
Bearcats with Ronald Hewitt
as advisor, Billy Phillips captain
ana jimmy senon assistant caD"
tam. uiacxreet. with Harry Mo.
sher and advisor, Douglas Cham
bers captain and Jack. Pollock as
sistant captain. Rlnkevdinks.
with Phil Brownell as advisor.
Gilbert Elliott captain and Clay
ton Anderson assistant cantain
The class has 51 members.
HARTFORD, Conn.. Sent. 13.
(Ai-) Tnomas J. Spellacy. dem
ocratic national committeeman
from Connecticut, todav offered
his resignation to State Chairman
James J. Walsh because of poor
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in the
County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County ot Marion,
her duly verified Final Account,
as administratrix of the estate of
Henry A. Keene, deceased, and
that said Court has fixed Tuesday,
me i7ta day ot September. 1929.
at the hour of ten o'clock A. M.
of said day, as the time, and the
County Court Room in the County
Court House, at Salem, in Mar.
ion County, Oregon, as the place
for hearing said final account and
all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem. Oregon, this
17th day of August. 1929.
EvALINB E. KEENE. Admin
istratrix of the Estate ot Henry A.
RONALD C. GLOVER, Attor
ney for Administratrix, Salem.
Oregon. A 17-24-81 S. 7-14.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR
THE COST OF IMPROVING BKL
MONT STREET FROM THE
EAST , LINE OF COTTAGE
STREET TO THE WEST LINE
OF WINTER STREET, IN THE
CITY OF SALEM. MARION
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the-City of Sa
lem, Otegon, will, at or about 7:30
p. m., on the llth day of Septem
ber, 1929, or at any subse
quent meeting of the said Council
thereafter, in the council chamber
of the city hall of Salem, Oregon,
proceed, to assess upon and against
each lot or part thereof or parcel
of land liable therefor in Its pro
portionate share ot the Cost ot im
proving Belmont - Street from" the
ast line of Cottage Street to the
west line of Winter Streetrin the
City of . Salem, Marion County,
-All persons interested In the
aid- assessment -are hereby noti
fied to appear before- the -said
Council at said time and viae and
present their 'objection, ,lf .ny
Ithey have, to aald assessment, and
apply. to said Council to equalize
taetr -proportionate- share ot same.
i - By order ot the Common Coun
cil . thin 3rd day ot-September,
f M,' POULSSN. City Recorder.
. Date of flrst publican, Sept. 13,
Datn ef tfaal publication;' Septt
l s, l sis. -; '--c - & i fr-tvi 5
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PAUSES FOB TIME
LONDON. Sept. 3 (AP)
With agreement on naval power
reached in principle, farther An.
glo-American negotiations for
disarmament will wait until Prime
Minister "Ramsay MacDonald con
fers personally with President
Hoover three weeks from 'now. It
is understood in well-informed
circles here tonight.
Progress has been so steady and
the understanding arrived at so
satisfactory, it la stated that it
will be unnecessary to take with
him a group of naval ortechn!eal
experts when he leaves England
on September 28h for the United
States. Unlike the memorable
Washington arms conference of
1921-22 it appears there will be
no array of experts forming a huge
delegation. Rather, Mr. Mac Don
ald's mission will be a personal
"A things are going at preal
ent," a. political observer remarked
today, "ii seems as if "the prime
minister's travelling equipment
will consist only of his golf clubs.?
. A cabinet meeting this evening
attended by 12 ministers caused
considerable speculation whether
the disarmament problem was dis
cussed but there was no announce
Favorable publicity for the Sa
lem airport has recently been re
ceived in Aviation, the oldest na
tional magazine which devotes its
entire editorial content to the
field of the air. .
"Salem. Oregon, dedicated . Its
new airport August 8,; the mag
azine recites. "The city eventually
expects to develop a Class A air
port. The airport includes 215
acres of level land about a half
mile south of the city limits. It
is clear ot all obstructions except
power lines along the . highway
which skirts one side. These lines
are to be placed under ground.
Four runways are now completed.
They are now 100 feet wide and
are to be made 300 feet in width
Surfacing is planned for the run
ways by rolling them and spread
ing oil to lay the dust."
Head of County
Health Unit is
The public health program was
described in an address at the Sa
lem Lions club luncheon Friday
by Dr. EBtella Warner, director
of the Marlon county child health
It was announced that next Fri
day's meeting will be featured by
a musical program including vocal
numbers by Mrs. James Fitzgerald
and instrumental music by Miss
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR
THE COST OF IMPROVING MAR
KET STREET FROM THE EAST
LINE OF? FRONT STREET TO
THE WEST LINE OP COMMER
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, will, at or about
7:20 p. m., on the 16th day of
September, 1929, or at" any sub
sequent meeting of the said Coun
ell thereafter, in the council cham
ber ot the city hall of Salem, Ore
gon, proceed to assess upon and
against each lot or part thereof
or parcel of land liable therefor in
its proportionate share of the cost
of improving Market Street from
the east llne-ot Front Street to the
west line .of Commercial Street. .n
the City of Salem, Marion County,
All persons interested in the
said assessment are hereby noti
fied to appear before the said
Council at said time and place
and present their objections, if any
they have, to said assessment, and
apply to said Council to equalize
their proportionate share ot same
By order ot the common coun
cil this 3rd day of September,
. M. POULSEN, City Recorder,
Date of first publication, Sept.
Date ot final publication. Sept.
15, 1929. S. 13-14-15
In the Circuit Court ot the State
of Oregon tor Marion County,
Department No. 2
Christina Purcell Jackson, Plain
tiff, vs. Arthur Jackson, .De
To Arthur Jackson, the above
In the Name of the; State ot
Oregon: You are hereby required
to appear and answer the com
plaint of the above named plaintiff
in the above entitled suR now on
tile with the Clerk of the above
entitled Court, within tour weeks
from the date of the' first publica
tion of these summons and You
are hereby,notified that It you fail
to appear and answer said eo:
plaint as hereby .required, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court
for tho relief prayed for In her
said -complaint, io-wh: -lor ;a ae-
cree dissolving the marriage rela
tion, .now , existing. - between. the
plainlift and defendant, and tor
an order restoring to tho plaintiff
her maiden name,' Christina Pur
cell, and for such other and fur
ther- relief a to the Court may
seem Just and equitable. "V- -.
- This awlnmons - Is' a published - In
the OREGON. STATESMAN:
newspaper 'of jreBerai: clrcataUen
nablished at : Saiemv is-Marion
Coaaty, Orecos..iraee i weear tov
(Mr eonMcntlW weeka. by trader
of Hon. L. H. 'M'ckahan.- Jildte Of
the above entitled.- Courts jnade
herein on the 15th day of Ausnst
1929. and the date of the first
publication ot this summons to the
13th 4ay of August. 1929.
.-. HEWITT SOX. .
Attorneys for plaintiffs
JOEtOfflo iAddVesc. .Albany
SALEM IPOilT IS
Secretary of State Henry L.
Stimson was approached by a del
egation of American citizens oi
Arab birth who are endeavoring
to have the United States use its
good offices to bring peace to
Roberta Morton. The following
Friday John Logan, prominent
Portland attorney, . will be the
speaker. That meeting being in
fair week; a delegation of Port
land Lions will be present. It will
also be ladles' day tor the local Li
High school principals' conven
tlon, called by C. A. Howard, state
superintendent of . public instruc
tion, will be held in Salem Friday
and Saturday, October 18 and 19,
at a place to be designated later.
A permanent organization for
high school principals and super
intendents of the state will be ef
fected at this convention, over
which Harry Johnson, principal of
the, Eugene high school, will pre
side as chairman pro tem. '
R. W. Tavenner, secondary su
pervisor of Salem schools, is chair
man of the committee on- uniform
records which will make report- at
this meeting. Two other Salem
educators. Principal H. F. Dur
ham of Parrish junior high, and
J. C. Nelson of the high school,
are members of committees which
will offer reports at this meeting.
For the most part, the convention
will' be given over, to reports and
NOTICE OF BOND SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that sealed bids will be received
by the undersigned until the hour
of 8:00 p. m. on the 23rd day of
September 1929, and immediately
thereafter publicly opened by the
Common Council of the City of
West Salem, Oregon, at the City
Hall ot the said City of West Sa
lem, Oregon, for an issue of bonds
ot said City ot West Salem. Ore
gon, in the amount of 35,000.00,
said bonds to be dated September
1, 1929, and to mature serially in
numerical order at the rate of
250.00 on September 1st, in each
of the years 1930 to 1949 A. n
Inclusive; said bonds to bear in
terest at the rate of six per cent.
per annum, payable semi-annually.
pricipai ana interest payable at
the office of the City Treasurer
of West Salem, Oregon; also for an
issue ot bonds of the said city of
West Salem, Oregon, in the
ampunt of 315,000.00, said bonds
to be dated September 1, 1929.
and to mature serially In numer
ical order at the rate of 3750.00
on September lat in each of the
years 1930 toT49 A. D., inclus
ive; said bonds to bear interest at
the rate of six per cent, per an
num, payable semiannually, prin
cipal and interest payable at the
office of the City Treasurer of
West Salem, Oregon.
Bids must be unconditional and
accompanied by a certified check
in the amount of 3500.00.
The Common Council reserves
the right to reject any and all
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Oats Also Much Better Than
Expected Earlier in
In Oregon the regular Septem
ber report of the Oregon coopera
tive crop reporting service indi
cates that the oats and spring
wheat crops are turning out much
better than previous reports Indi
cated. This is particularly true of
oats the September estimates be
ing over two and a quarter million
bushels more than the last. pre
vious estimate as of August: Ore
gon wheat production is now plac
ed at 3,040.000 compared to 3,-
230,000 bushels last year and the
average of 4,699,000 bushels.
Other Oregon crops show no ap
preciable change from earlier es
timates. Barley, "potatoes, pears,
peaches, and grapes will equal or
exceed earlier estimates according
to all available indications at pres
ent. Corn, all time hay including
alfalfa, hops and apples are not
quite up to expectations and ear
Oregon oats production is now
placed at 13,175.000 bushels com
pared to 10,881,000 last month,
10,994,000 last year and the ave
rage of 9,657,000 bushels. Spring
wheat although almost equal to a
year ago is much below tho five
year average of 4,699,000 bush
els. The present estimate of Ore
gon spring wheat is for 3,040,000
bushels .compared to 3,230,008
bushels last year. Barley produc
tion is now placed at 3,944,000
bushels or almost 50 per cent
greater than the five year average
of 2,632,000 bushels. The barley
estimate a month ago was for 3,-
867,000 bushels and the produc
tion last year was 3,675,000 bush
els. The September 1 estimate ot po
tato production Is 5,396,000 bush
els compared to 6,240,000 bushels,
last year and the five year average
of 4,584,000 bushels.
The Oregon fruit crop is quite
generally above earlier estimates
the only exception is the apple
crop which is Oregon's most Im
portant fruit crop. The Septem
ber first estimate of total apple
production in Oregon is 5,825,000
bushels compared to 6,950,000
busneis last year and the ave
rage of 6.451,000 bushels. Pear
production is estimated at 2,192,-
000 bushels, an increase of 102,-
000 bushels over the August est!
mate. The production last year
was 2,700,000 bushels and the
five year average is 1,661,000 bu
shels. Peach production is est!
mated at 208.000 bushels com
pared to 292,000 bushels a year
ago and the average of 291,000
bushels. Grape production is now
placed at 1,935 tons, compared to
2,025 tons a year ago and an ave
rage of 1,605 tons.
Oregon hop production Js esti
mated at 18,360,000 pounds com
pared to 17,000,000 a year ago
and the average of 14,169,000
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Surprising results disclosed by NewYork survey
more carefully selected diet.
Mothers should see that their children eat sufficiently of milk,
fruit and vegetable foods. The important step is to make these
foods so enjoyable that children will eat them.
Authorities recommend a little sugar used judiciously to assist
mothers in making foods appetizing. A small sprinkling of sugar
on cereals, as one eminent food scientist phrases it, takes the
"fight" out of eating cereal. Citroua and other fresh fruits, ber
ries, stewed fruits, are made more appetizing by a dash, of sugar.
Wise mothers make junket, blanc-mange. custards, and other
milk desserts to encourage the eating of milk.
Note this: If yen want to improve the taste of healthful vege
tables just add a dash of sugar to them while they are cooking
(preferably in little water). Try it and yon will be amazed how
much more tasteful the vegetables become. Candy, ice cream
and cookies are recommended for dessert. A bit of sweet makes
the meal complete .The Sugar Institute. i Adv
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Elks Lo dge Will
For Fall Season
The Salem Elks lodge will re
sume its rgolt weekly meetings
the first Thursday in October, af
ter holding but monthly aessiona
since June. An interesting meet
ing Is being planned for the first
regular fall session with entertain
ment of unusual nature in store.
An entertainment of some kind
will be featured at every session
this taU and winter.
Teacher? Meet is
First general teachers' meeting
of the year for tho members of the
Salem grade, junior high and high
school faculty will be held at 10.
o'clock Saturday morning, Sep
tember 21, In the senior high
schooL . Meeting "fiia been called
by Superintendent George W.
Hug. At IX' Vlock the same
morning, all high; school teacners
will meet with Principal red
Wolf for the first instructions of
tho year. -
'Tydia E Knkham's Vege
table Compound puts new life
into me ajramakes mv work in
the store and Jn die house
easier I took" several bottles
before my bdby psme and am
always singing its praises to my
friends I recommend it for
pi lis and women of all noes. Tf
makes me fed like, life is worth
living, my nerve axe better
and 1 have gained pep and feel
well and strong." Mrs. A. R.
Smith, 808 S. Lansing Street,
St Johns, Michigan,
Lydia Pinkham Vegetable
For Sale at
Nelson Jk Hunt Drag Store
Corner Court St Liberty. Tel. 7
A survey of one million school children con
ducted by the Department of Health of the city
of New York, disclosed tbztZQTS ci the chil
dren were seriously imderaouxishedMind in need
of a physician's care. More tnip. jMJJere re
ported "on the border line of 'Inalnutrition.
Only-a trifle more than 17 wereictmd to be
normal. This survey was sot limited t0 the so
called poorer classes. It was repjrjtssfttative of
the entire city. It indicated that Jour children
out of every five are in immediate netfd of a
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