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The OltEGON STATESMAN Salem Oregon, Thursday Morning, Jnry 24, 1930
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Wart Original Evldece--R. F.
Larson, whose application tor li
cense aa embalmer la Oregon was
turned down by tbe state em
balmers' examining board, has
filed against tbe members of the
board notice to produce his orig
inal application of petition and
endorsements attached thereto in
the circuit court here 'July 31.
Members of , the board against
whom action has been brought
are: Glen S. Macjr, William F.
Walker, and Frederick D.
Let your feet hare a rest by
ti t tin r them to a pair of Girl
Scout Cantilevers, from the Foot
Health Shoe CO.
Emergency Operation Word
was received here yesterday that
Chesley Campbell, who has been
visiting since March with Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Wheaton, suffered an
acute attack of appendicitis Tues
day and was rushed to a Tilla
mook hospital to be operated up
on. The Wheatons and Campbell
have been vacationing for the past
two weeks at Netarts. Campbell Is
a brother of Mrs. Wheaton, and
has been recuperating since his ar
rival here from an automobile ac
cident. All makes of radios repaired.
Majestic radio sales and service.
Vibbert and Todd. 4S State St..
Tel. tilt. : .
Picnic is Friday The Presby
terian Sunday -school will hold its
annual picnic J'rlday afternoon at
Hager grove. Transportation will
provided for all who have no
means, cars to leave the ehurch
at 2 o'clock.- A picnic supper will
he served In the evening, with
everyone to furnish pi-nic basket
and Ice cream,, coffee and pop to
be provided for the crowd. A full
program of sports and races Is
For rent attractive English
type borne. Tel. S3 7.
Low Ebb Reached Low ebb on
communicable diseases in Marion
county was reached last week, with
but one case, whooping cough, re
ported to the state department of
faoalth. Disease over the state is
also a minus quantity, with 54
cases of whooping cough the high
est number of cases of any dis
ease on record. There are a few
cases of mumps, measles, pneu
monia and small pox over the
state, and In Portland three cases
of malaria have developed.
Bargains at 415 State street,
home of Walk Overs and Canti
levers. Foot Health Shoe Co. .
Want Road Vacated Petition
for vacation of a part of an old
county road lying In road district
No. 34 and between the J. E.
Blodgett and Fred" A. Straw prop
erties In the Elkhorn section has
been filed with the county court
by Ed Sischo of Mehama and oth
ers. Petitions say the old road
Site is useless because the route
has been changed and the new
read is now in use.
Shipley's Pajama Party starts
. Thursday morning and lasts un
til Saturday night if the pajamas
last that long.
Ob Barnstorming Trip , J. C.
"Bud Jensen of McMinnville,
well known In Salem where he
gained his early aviation experi
ence. In company with another
McMinnville pilot. Is spending the
week on a barnstorming trip to
valley points as far south as Cot
50c Spring fried chicken lunch
and dinner today. Green Lantern.
Cool place to eat. 132S State,
Visits Mrs. Held Mrs. John
Bagley, Jr., was here yesterday
from Portland for a visit with her
mother, Mrs. Cora E. Reid, coun
ty truant officer. Mrs. Bagley
motored down in company with
Mr. and Mrs. Harper and their
daughter, Miss Naldreth Harper.
Good clover in the field, J 7 per
ton. TeL. 44F24.
Name ' More Defendants Mo
tion was tiled in circuit court yes
terday requesting that more de
fendants be named In the action
of Merchants Credit bureau
against Mary E. Balch and oth
ers . The third amended com
plaint was also tiled In the case. !
Eat at the Green Lantern,
home pastries, home style, nice
cool place, 1326 State.
Decree for Loaners Decree
entitling plaintiff to recover $2.
30C.S9 on a note and minor ex
penses charged to the property
was handed down in circuit court
yesterday- in the ease of Union
Savings . and Loan association
against Llszle Tfmme and others.
Kodaks, - developing, prescrip
tions, Wool pert it Hunt, Court at
Work Being Finished Work
Is Hearing completion on grading
of the four mile stretch on the
Fern Ridge market road, and
most of the members of the crew
who have been , handling this job
have been placed on the .Coon
Tennessee Rennioa - The an
nual reunion of all former Ten
nessee residents bow residing la
Lane, Linn and Beton counties,
wlU be held at the eity park at
Brownsville, Sunday, August t,
announces Jim Fox, president
. All Tenaesseeans are Invited.
t - - -r-
. , ZonUa t Meet W. L Staley.
president of the Capital Business
college and past president of the
Rotary elnb, will be speaker at
the regular luncheon meeting of
the Zonta elub to be held at the
of HuUt, where he is clerk of the
( school district, was a business
visitor Wednesday at the office
of the -county; school superinten
dent, ' - .
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- picnic Is Scheduled A .harvest
: plcaie to be held at Jefferson park
next Snnday has recently ; been
scheduled. One of the features of
the affair will be a baseball game
between Jeff erson and Turner.
longs Leave Mr. and Mrs. S.
E. Long and daughter. Esther G.
Long, a teacher In the Lincoln
school, will leave this morning
for the east where they "win Tisit
relatives and friends. They will
spend some time in Cedar Rapids
and Dee Moines. Iowa, Missouri,
and then will return through Cal
ifornia, stopping in Los Angeles
and San Diego. The trip is ex
pected to take about six weeks.
Just for three days or as long
as stocks last Shipley's are inaug
urating extra social prices on
iPaJam a Suits for week-end and ra
Heads of Store Here-George
and Fred Miller, of Portland, and
Arthur Miller, of Seattle, are vis
itors in Salem and were guests of
Brown Sisson, manager of the Sa
lem store, at the Rotary club
luncheon Wednesday. The men
are at. the head of the Miller de
partment stores and were In the
city on business connected with
We have 7 late model used
coupes in A-l condition. Buy one
now at a bargain. Fltsgerald-
Sherwin Motor Co.
Permits Issued Three - build
ing permits, totalling $125. all
for repair jobs were issued by
the eity building Inspector Wed
nesday. They were, J. C. Greg
ory, repair house at 2304 -North
Front, cost $50; Frank Mlllett,
alter garage at 2225 Chemeketa.
$25; and N. M. Rasmussen. re
pair building at 1530 Broadway.
IS. 50 values of sport oxfords
are shown at $4.85 and $5.85.
Foot-Health Shoe Co., at 415 State
Hjort in Hebo H. J. HJort of
the Willamette Grocery office and
supervisor of the Associated
Stores, .left yesterday on a busi
ness trip to Hebo and territory.
Hjort received word Tuesday that
a safe at the Associated store at
Grand Ronde had been blown
Monday night. He will return to
Another Importsnt reason why
you should have Dr. Eldriedge,
303 State street, do your dental
work. He will save you money on
all kinds of high cisss dentistry.
Registration Over Those who
wish to take the Mount Hood
climb with the Chemeketan club
Sunday should register before
Thursday evening, said Ben Rick
U, in charge of the event Wed
nesday. Registration may be
made at the Y. M. C. A. Wednes
day a total of 18 bad signed up
for the trip.
Beautiful Shantung suits form
erly $29.75, reduced to $19.75.
Mack's, 39S N. High it.
Athlete Applies Harry Reim
ers, prominent athlete and all
around student, of San Juari,
Calif., union high school, has ap
plied for entrance to Willamette
university, H. M. Tennant, regis
trar, said Wednesday. Reimers
was a four sport man in high
school, it is said.
Just three days left to buy' a
New One Minute Elect, .washer
for 1(9.50 at Gahlsdorf's.
lire Extinguished The down
town fire department Wednesday
noon extinguished a small rub
bish and grass fire, believed to
have been started by a carelessly
dropped cigarette, at Center and
Front street, near tbe Marion
Polk county bridge.
Really, If you need a new wash
ing machine, see the New One
Minute at Gahlsdorf's. 325. Court,
Hadley Sentenced Burdetie
Hadley has been sentenced to
serve a year In the Multnomah
county jail on a forgery count,
local police have been notified.
Hadley was wanted here some
time ago on the same charge,
Dollar dinner every night 5:45
to 8 at the Marion hotel. ,
Counts In California Everett
C. Counts left this week for
Stockton. California, for a ten
days visit with his aged parents
who came west a few days ago.
Counts has not seen his psrents
for over nine years.
Complaint Dismissed Plain
tiffs amended complaint has been
dismissed in the case of Scheelar
Auto Wrecking company against
W. E. "Dunn, and tbe defendant
Is granted recovery of costs and
disbursements in the suit.
Judgment Given Default and
judgment has been ordered in the
suit - of Flcker Motor company
against Victor David and plain
tiff declared entitled to recover
$220.20 from David. -
Salt FUed Suit: to recover en
a 113,767.47 mortgage was roea
in circuit court yesterday by the
Union Savings and Loan associa
tion against George A. Smith and
Case Continued The case of
John D. Rowland, 2230 North
4th. was continued . until Satur
day in police court when he ap
peared Wednesday on a speeding
charge. - .-; : . '
Boom Entered - The room- of
Carl Martin in the Central hotel
was entered some time Wednes
day night. Martin said in a report
toto police. He found' nothing
Marriage -Forecast County
cleric issued a marriage license
yesterday, to- two -from Staytonc
Ralph Tate. 2S, and Ethel Fresh.
Landing Alone Will Occupy
Hour and a HallJSays
Nearly an boar and one-half
rwill be required for tbe landing
of the 50 airplanes la the air
caravan coming to Salem on Aug
ust S. The exact number of air
planes has not been determined
as the entry list is not yet dosed,
according-to Braiier Small, mem
ber of the American Legion com
mittee arranging tor the cara
van ' visit here.
"We are arranging to have one
company of the Oregon National
guard act' as guards at the air
port the day of the caravan's vis
it," Small stated Wednesday.
City and state police traffie of
ficers will police the roads lead
ing to the landing field.
A portion of the caravan's pro
gram wiU be a display of all ma
chines with the owner of each
plane showing its special features
Several stunt fliers will accom
pany the caravan and will .per
form for the spectators.
The American National aero
nautical association is sponsoring
tne caravan which will call on
many of tbe principal cities In the
northwest. The local sponsor is
the American Legion which will
be obligated for nearly $1000 in
bringing the caravan to Salem for
Clans Holds Party Members
of the Baraca-Phllathea . Sunday
school class of the Calvary Bap
tist church spent a delightful ev
ening at th McNary .farm Tues
day evening. Golf, tennis, horse-
snoes and other games occupied
the attention until the potluck
dinner was served. After the
dinner, a "tour" of the farm was
made, then a bonfire and water
melon feed were enjoyed.
At Purity Meet Theodore
Roth, general manager of the
Willamette Grocery company, H.
G. Hamilton, sales msnager for the
Willamette Grocery company, and
Ed. Schnnke of the Roth Grocery
left Wednesday morning for Bell-
mgnam. Wash., where they will
attend a Purity Stores business
meeting. They will return Satur
day. Brotherhood Picnics The Bro
therhood of Jason Lee church
enjoyed a picnic, their annual
summer affair, at Hager's Grove
Wednesday afternoon and even
ing. Women of the ehurch fur
nished the food. In a baseball
game the unmarried men defeat
ed a team composed of married
men. Swimming was another fa
Visiting From Canada Mr. and
Mrs. W. c. Griffiths and family
of Irnisfail, Alberta, Canada, ar
rived in Salem Wednesday and are
visiting at the home of Mrs. M.
Gunston, 2030 North 5th street
Mr. Griffiths is an em-loye of the
Canadian Pacific railway."
To Address Club Dr. H. J.
Clements,, who hss -recently been
in Europe, will speak on "Impres
sions of Conditions in Europe" be
fore the Fraternis club at the reg
ular meetings during the dinner
hour at the Gray Belle this eve
ning. Douglas at Sflverton Dr. Vern
on A. Douglas, county health of
ficer, was in Silverton yesterday
morning to Investigate a supposed
case of typhoid fever. Dr. Doug
las reports that the illness was
not due to typhoid.
Tillers to Preach Rev. T. J.
Villers, D. D., pastor of the White
Temple church at Portland, will
preach Sunday morning and ev
ening at the Calvary Baptist
church here on both August S and
10, It Is announced.
On Camping Trip Mrs. Ralph
Kletzing r id children and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Black
well, left several days sgo for a
month's camping and outing four
miles above Taylor's grove on the
The court having formally ord
ered the stock of the Towers
Jewerly store sold, it will be sold
out at public auction starting
Thursday. Two sales will be held
dally at 2 and 7:30 p. m. until
the stock has been disposed of.
Miss Grant on Trip Miss Hon
oris Grant, supervisor at -the lo
cal telephone exchange, is spend
ing three weeks' vacation .visiting
friends in Seattle. She left the
first of the week.
Complaint Amended '- Amend
ed complaint was filed yesterday
by Alice M. and Harry-L. Ban
croft in their suit against Ralph
D. Gibson and, others.- They are
seeking to recover a $1500 loan.
From West Stayton Leonard
Walker of West Stay ton was n
business visitor in town yester
Mountain View John
Larson ot the Mountain View dis
trict was a business visitor In the
. In Eugene Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Emmons and Miss Florence
Emmons were in Eugene Wed
i From Woodbwr Street Com
missioner and Mrs. John Mulr of
Woodbum were In Salem Wed
nesday. i,;; -
Can S1B3, Used Fnmitnre
-. v ' , Department
151 N. High
MELSON FINDS SALEM IS HIS
"HOME PORT'; NOW IN PETER
PAN BUSINESS AND LIKES IT
Original Resident oPHeppner, Oregon, Has
Spent Bulk of Years in Capitol City
Starting a business which be-'i
comes successful and stands well-
fknown In a city-Is somewhat of
a distinction as is painting a pic
ture or creating a piece of literary
work, all of which am permanent.
Tne eblel difference Is that the
business serves every day the
needs of people and the founder
is very lftely to be forgotten It he
was ever known for most always
a trade name, or a company name
founds a business. The Atlas Book
store Is apart of Salem's business
life, -and has done much toward
forwarding the Intellectual Hfe of
the city, and there is one man in
Salens who with his business part
ner at that time, can look at It
and aay "We started that." One
of these men is R. S. Melson about
whom this story is, and the man
who was his partner in this land
mark adventure is A. A. Gueffroy.
Now In "Home Port
Mr. Melson says he is like "the
mariner who sailed the seven
seas" in so far as business is con
cerned and now he thinks he has
sailed Into port to stay, this "port"
"Hollywood," an account of
Albert R. Wetjen's impressions
of that southern California city
is one of the featured articles In
the current issue of the Oregon
Magaslne, which Is just oft the
Murray Wade, the publisher of
the magaxine, has featured in
the current Issue, the local devel
opment of Belcrest Memorial
park. Arthur L. Mason has writ
ten an article on the subject,
"The Old Cemetery Is Passing"
and there are numerous Illustra
tions of the park contained with
Mr. Wade, himself, hss written
an interesting article on Arthur
Putnam, brother of George Put
nam, Salem editor. He died re
cently in France, having attained
a position as one of the most no
ted sculptors of his generation.
A number of Ills most successful
pieces are illustrated in the mag
azine. Staley Reports
On Rotary Meet
Held at Chicago
Salem Rotarians heard from
W. I. Staley, past president, a re
port of the International conven
tion of Rotary clubs which Prof.
i Staley attended recently in Chi
cago, rraising tne buds tan ce or
the addresses and the spirit of
the men in attendance, Mr. Sta
ley pointed out what he thought
was the great contribution of Ro
tary, that of promoting better
understanding among the people
of Influence In different nations.
This he felt woujd become a pow
erful force for international good
will. The next convention will be
held in Vienna which indicates
the international character of the
The club voted to eat dinner at
the boy scout camp above Meha
ma next Wednesday night. The
regular noonday luncheon will be
held at the hotel for those who
cannot go to the camp. Others
will go up for a session with the
boys at camp.
Je w e 1 r y . silverware, clocks
watches, diamonds, etc, of the
Towers Jewelry store will be
closed out at public auction. Two
sales will be held dally 2 and 7:30
Returns From Coast Colonel
J. Olmstead Is against at the
home at 476 Marion after spend
ing a vacation at Netarts. In
cluded in his party at the coast
were Geneva and Frauds Barnes.
Meet at Park Members of
the SterUng chapter, W. W. G.
girls of the Calvary Baptist
church held their regular business
and social meeting at Rlverdale
park Monday night.
Notice Filed Notice to place
on docket was filed yesterday in
the circuit court case of Frank
O'Brien against John Frank and
Lillie H. Campau.
O : O
Holtxman To Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Holtiman a girl, born Tues
day, July 22.
Stewart To Mr. and Mrs. Sey
mour L. Stewart. Salem route six.
a girl, Pauline Arleen, born July
Brassen To Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Brassell of Woodburn, a boy,
William Frederick, born July 18.
The Greatest Remedy on Earth
for the Relief of -
Its Soothing and Healing Prop
erties allay all Itching and
Burning. . - -
Price 50c and $1.00
liannfactBred by .
The Original Yellow Front and
Candy Special Store) of Salens
PbosM 107 - V
- - 1S5 K. Commercial -
being the Peter Pan confectionery
en the corner of State and High
street, where he began business
in July. 1929.
Mr. Melson was born in Hep
pner, Oregon. Whe nf ive ; ears old
he came to Salem with his parents
and save tor short intervals, he
bas been- here ever sfnee. His edu
cation was obtained in. Salem
schools. He wss among the many
Salem men who attended the Capi
tol Business college. His first
working venture was messenrer
boy in Capital National bank, now
the First National batik, and from
that he graduated by one ot the
various bank positions until he be
came teller, which In those days
meant doing just about anything
necessary in banking business.
After several years 1 nthe bank
a change in banking connections
came and Mr. Melson felt this a
good time to try his hand in an
other business and took the op
portunity to go Into the Commer
cial book store with A. A. Guef
froy. For several years they
worke dtogether in this store and
then branched out and established
the Atlas book store into which
Mr. Melson went.
Has S5-Acre Farm
Illness came in his family and a
trip south to Palo Alto, California,
was made. Now he is back in Sa
lem to stay, his family in good
health and a new business thriv
ing. He has taken up a hobby, too.
It is his home out in the Keiser
district 35 acres plenty ot room
for his family of tour Children and
plenty ot room tor Mr. Melson to
follow a very interesting sideline
the growing of nuts and small
frntt. He has ten acres of walnuts
lnterplanted with prunes and sev
eral acres of filberts Just getting
When asked if he did not fear
another freeze like one which
came there some time ago, he
said "Someone has said that na
tural Indications show that it bad
been 300 years since such a freeze
had occurred and it will most like
ly be that long before another, so
Although Mr. Melson Is both a
Mason and a Woodman of the
World, the Idea he gave me was
that his 35 acres made one of the
best clubs in the world in which
to find recreation after a day
spent Indoors satisfying the food
needs of his many customers at
the Peter Pan.
BALTIMORE. (AP) An all
negro symphony orchestra, be
lieved one of the first, is being
formed here for fall concerts.
Sponsors, plan to stress individ
uality more than is usually done.
SACRAMENTO, Cal. (AP)
California's treasurer and state
finance director have revived ef
forts to collect approximately SC
000,000 from the federal govern
ment for funds advanced, by bond
sales, during the Civil war.
Died at the residence, 463 South
Capitol street, Wednesday, July
23, Arthur T. King, age CI. Sur
vived by wife, Louise King, son
Loren T., daughter Mrs. Desaline
Eberhart; four brothers and two
sisters in Iowa. Member L O. O.
F. lodge, Willamette Encampment
Canton No. 11, Rebekahs, Broth
erhood of Railroad and Steamship
clerks. Funeral services under
auspices I. O. O. F. Friday at 1:30
p. m., from Clough-Taylor chapel,
with Rev. Mrs. LaValley officiat
ing. Interment Belcrest Memorial
Died In this city July 22, Ran
dolph Baker, Canby, Oregon, age
14. Remains forwarded to
Woodburn by W. T. Rigdon and
Died at the residence, C95
South Commercial street, July
22, Mrs. Margaret M. Kibbe. 8$.
Survived by sons, Willard J. of
New York; F. D. of Salem:
daughters, Mrs. Grace Wilcox of
Independence: also six grandchil
dren and five great grandchil
dren. Funeral services Saturday
at 2 o'clock from the Clough-Taylor
chapel, Rev. C. E. Ward offi
ciating. Interment City View
City View Cemetery,.
Established 1883 TeL 1266
Perpetual care provided tor
Am 30JL PrwrJ
X20S J(tTCi fo4nftctr
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Inst test miaatea from fhe
heart of town .
1XOTD X. EXSSCTf, Kg.
'Oregon does not nave . any
really warm weather," according
to J. C Perry who with Mrs. Per
ry has just returned from an
eight weeks motor trip through
the south and east.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry and Mr.
and Mrs. Scott Page enjoyed de
lightful weather during the en
tire trip until they reached St.
Louis. Here the government
thermometer registered 105 the
day of their arrival and, Accord
ing to Perry, this was a very con
The travelers went through
California and enjoyed the beau
tiful Tosemite and Grand Canyon
country. From here they went
to New Orleans and Florida, then
through Virginia. Other notable
places visited included Washing
ton, D. C, Gettysburg, Philadel
phia. Atlantic City, New York.
Boston. Niagara Falls, Detroit,
Flint, Chicago. Kansas City, St.
Louis, and Yellowstone park.
In Chicago the party divided
and Mr. and Mrs. Page went
throngh Iowa and have not yet
returned to Salem. Mr. and Mrs
Perry were gone eight weeks and
two days and drove 11.200 miles
Business conditions in the west
are better than those of the east.
according to Mr. Perry. Many
factories have either closed or are
running on - part time so that
there is much financial stress
In the agricultural districts
there Is prospect of good crops
and conditions are better than in
the factory districts.
Paulus Reports .
On Canned Fruit
Robert Paulus has returned
from a fruit selling trip to east
era cities as far as New York. He
reports the heat as being very op
pressive, the worst experienced
being in New York city where it
Dealers in foodstuffs have
found the going rather hard the
past six months, he stated, be
cause of the falling market,
prices dropping before they could
turn their goods. On canned
fruit the market is rather weak.
While most northwestern fruits
were eleaned up from the last
pack, the carry over of pears and
apples was large which has help
ed hold the market down this
year. The movement however is
fairly good at the prices quoted.
an important factor
in building a greater Salem
HOMES and schools, shops and businesses, the foundation of Salem,
are built on savings. Saved money builds homes, pays school taxes
and buys school bonds.
Through savings accounts men and women get the money to start small
businesses; through saving they get the money to expand. Saving in
some form is the basis of growth and development.
In raising the interest rate on Savings and Time Deposits' to four per
cent the First National Bank feels it is definitely encouraging the saving
of money in Salem. In this bank we believe in intelligent saving and do
our best to cooperate with those who wish to use our facilities for their
own advancement. -
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1HJURED IN CM
JEFFERSON. July 23 A. C.
Smith ot Vancouver. Wash., re
ceived severe bruises but no ser
ious lnuries whe nhis car rolled
over twice as supposedly drunken
autoists forced him from the Pa
cific highway one mile north of
Jefferson. The .accident occured
at 1 P-m. Wednesday as Smith
was driving south.
His car was struck by an auto
driven by two unknown men, who
veered their machine head-on into
Smith's car. After the accident
they sped on, and Smith had no
opportunity to get a full descrip
tion of their appearance cr to ob
tain the license number ot their
Smith's car, a roadster, was de
molished. After the accident he
had presence of mind enough to
turn of fthe gasoline which was
leaking andt hreatened to ignite.
Inside Track in
The Shepherds have it in a cer
tain Marion' county school dis
trict. At least so one would judge
should he see a bond filed yes
terday with the county school
superintendent by the clerk of the
district. Tbe clerk was a Shep
herd; the witnesses were Shep
herds and '. the surety, or whom
ever else was mentioned on the
document, was all Shepherd.
Whether . the county superin
tendent, began looking for the
flock of sheep when she finished
perusing the bond is a mooted
Lions Will Meet
Friday at Camp
Of Boy Scouts
The Lions elub will hold no
regular meetings during August,
but a club picnic will be sched
uled for some date in that month,
according to announcement yes
The club will meet Friday ev
ening of this week at Camp San
tiam, Boy Scout headquarters on
Wlttea psrattoa t less el
329 Ortsoa Hag.
That Pass Books Built
the Santiam. Members and their
wives will leave here around . 5
o'clock, that evening and. will en
joy a 0 o'clock dinner at the
Only 8 Months
Governor Norblad Wednesday
Issued a conditional pardon to
William Stacey, who was receiv
ed at the state penitentiary here
November 29, 1929, to serve a
term of five years for receiving
stolen property. Stacey was sen
tenced in Multnomah county.
The pardon was recommended
by District Attorney Meyers and
a number of prominent citizens.
Governor Norblad said.
LITTLE GIRL BETTER
SILVERTON, July 23. Little
Virginia Barrows, the five; year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Barrows, will be able to be-
removed to her home on Wednes
day or Thursday of this week.
Virginia underwent a major oper
ation at the Silverton hospital
about two weeks ago.
1511 S. Liberty
S high grade plane, 2 ranges,
3 bed room smites in ivory and
walnut with beds, dressers,
ebiffoneers, stand tables, coil
springs A mattresses, break
fast table and 0 chairs, wal
nut dining room suite includ
ing buffet, ex. table and C
diners, 1 day bed complete. 1
baby's bed complete, 1 een
goiemn rug, 1 Axmlnster rag
9x12 and small rug, 1 library
table, 2 sea grass rockers, 1
walnat and veloor rocker, 1
velonr davenport, like new; 1
garden hose, fruit jars, wash
tabs and many ether miscel
Tbe above furniture ail geod
and suitable for any home.
H. P. Williams, Owner
If ore than CO
In Salem '