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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salen, Oregwi, Thnisdar Morning, December 18, 1930
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Heed la Captato Jim Reed
was named captain of tbtflS31
Salem high school football team
at the annual football banquet
held Tuesday night at the high
school cafeteria rooms. The gold
and sllVer footballs gtrea to out
golagmen who hare done excep
tional work went to Win lord
Glese, captain the past year, and
Howard: .Adams, respectively.
Hattle Ramp, chairman of the
student body social committee,
arranged the banquet, and the
roast turkey feed was prepared
by members . of Mrs. Gilbert's
cooking classes. Besides the 18
letteraen present, the following
were la attendance: George Hng.
Hollls Huntington, Fred Wolf.
Vernon" Gtlmore., Mark Satchler,
Ronald Hudklngs and J. C. Nel
son. , ;
Open for eyealng shoppers un
til Christmas. Atlas Book Store.
Case Not Finished Judge Hill
-will resume hearing at 1:30
o'clock this afternoon on the
case of Union Sarin gs and Loan
association ts. George A. Smith
and others. The suit started yes
terday. The loan company la
seeking to foreclose on mortgage,
note of which Smith was the or
iginal signer and which has been
passed-, on in turn to others In
cluding Ols T. Oleson and J. W.
Mays, operators In turn of the
Accidents ReportedJohn F.
Marler .f Portland yesterday re
ported to the sheriff an accident
which inrolred ear driren by H.
C. Conn of -Albany.- Marler says
Conn was on the wrong side of
the road.' The accident happened
Sunday. Robert Mitchell vt 61
S. ICth also reported Sunday
ttfcffice accident. A tnrek cut In
if : him without sounding horn,
and then failed to stop after It
had done considerable damage.
At the Howard Corset Sthop,
165 N. Liberty, you will find a
large assortment of crepe de chine
dance sets for S1.95.
More Parties to Suit Judge
L. H. McMahan yesterday signed
order allowing motion of Grace
R. Smith to bring certain parties
In as defendants in the suit of
W. H. Clark ts. Grace R. Smith
and others. The motion is based
upon her cross complaint to the
suit, "which lnrolres the premises
of the Santiam Timber and Log
Dollar dinner erery night 5:45
to 8 at the Marlon hotel.
Ingram Serrices Today Fun
eral serrices for Mrs. Fannie J.'
Ingram, 84, who died at the home
or her daughter. Mrs. Nina D.
Loron, In the Waconda district
Tuesday erening, will be held to
day at 1 p. m. from the Terwilll
ger funeral home with Rer. P.
"W. Rrlksen officiating. Inter
ment wlU.be In, Pioneer ceme
tery, near Erooks.
' Six Take ExamsSix teachers
appeared at the county court
house yesterday to take examina
tions for one and fire-year teach
ing certificates. A few additional
teachers are expected to appear
today and tomorrow. Arithmetic
will occupy the entire morning
Good Buys 16-in. old fir. ST;
16-ln. old fir mill block. 5.5t.
Partly seasoned. Large load
Phone 1848, Fred' E. Wells, Inc.
Final Account In George W.
Wilson, executor of the estate of
John C. Wilson, has filed final
account shewing a balance on
hand of 81,119.77. Hearing on
the final aecount has been set for
Wednesday, January 21,
Judgment Cancelled In order
handed down by Circuit Judge
Gale 8. Hill, the county clerk 1
ordered to discharge and cancel
judgment entered In favor of
Fayette T. Mitchell and against
Otto R. Skopll. '
Court bouse Visitors Among
the business callers at the coun
ty courthouse yesterday were
Senator Sam Brown of Gerrals,
Ralph Gilbert of Hkaell Green.
Adolph Heater of Sublimity and
J. W. Mayo of Stayton.
Petition to. - Reappoint Peti
tion tor reappointment of T. L.
Darldson as patrolman of road
district No. 81, near Prlngle, has
been filed with the county court
by J. M. Coburn and others.
Shed dry wood-coal. Prompt de
livery; Phone 13, Salem Fuel Co.
Estate up January SO Hear
ing on , final account of Katie
Ahrens as administratrix of the
estate ot John . Ahrens" will be
held before the probate Judge
Friday, January 30. '
Estate Appraised G e o r g e
Barr. N. Charlesworth and Otto
Dahl hare appraised, the etate
of J. H. Moser at 13.116. Gilbert
R. Moser is administrator.
Tax Settled Inheritance tax
on the estate of the late L. T.
Griffith U $411.87, according to
notice filed . yesterday with the
county elerk. ,
Foreclosure Decree In case of
Frances Cornell ts. DeEtta Lyn
Iff and others, default and decree
of foreclosure has been granted.
Case Dismissed Case of CM.
Smith , rs. George and Petra
Chrlstensen has been dismissed
from circuit court. .
and FLOOR TVAXERS
OD 81P. FsoraJtmre
181 N. HI
Charged with BareUrr The
fourth theft and - apprehension in
a little rer a week, took place
Wednesday when Art O'Brien. 21.
of Salem was arrested while In
possession of a coach owned by
Pascal Traglio. 918 North 18 th
street, who had reported the ma
chine misslnr nreriouslr. TTdob
Inrestlgation, it was learned by
the police that O'Brien is also
guilty of : breaking and entering
into the gasoline station at 17th
and Center streets, Tuesday night.
The theft in thu case wss theft of
caan amounting to a dime, nickel
and three pennies which were in
his possession when caught with
the . automobile. O'Brien was
taken to Justice court, Wednes
Boy Scout benefit. Elsinore tv-
day, Friday. Buy 50c ticket of
Willamette Stickers Accord
ing to an announcement . Wed
nesday at Willamette unlrersity,
the new stickers will be in circu
lation Thursday and Friday.
These will be in the style design
ed by Kathleen Fltzpatrick. re
cently. They will be fixed to suit
grips and windshields. They re
present Eaton and Waller halls
and a big Bearcat looming up or
er the two buildings.
.An excellent Chrislmss rift.
Glre each member of your family
one of The Statesman Accident In
surance Policies. Inaulre at the
Statesman office for particulars.
Grade I Crossing (Ikes-- The
public serr ice commission yester-
aay granted tbe aplleation of the
wasninrton county court, for
permission to construct a rrade
crossing orer the Southern Pa
cific tracks to connect certain
roads In Tualatin Valley. The
commission held that the grade
crossings were necessarr and
would not prore hazardous.
W. r. Frosh Debate About
25 freshmen met after chapel
Wednesday to discuss lnterclass
and collegiate freshman debated
Their leaders sre Dick Upjotpr-
manager, and Fred Blatchford.
class prexy, other classes elected
Lars Nelson, senior; Charlea
Campbell, Junior; and Virginia
See rental list Becke & Hen
dricks on classified page, also "is
office window, 139 N. High.
Bicycle Accident Herbert
Hardy rode the street. Tuesday
night, without a light on his bi
cycle. Wm. E. Henry, 828 North
20th street, didn't see him and
ran into him at the corner of
State and 14th streets. Hardy,
who lires in the 1700 block on
State street, was uninjured.
Indian Escapes; Returned
Henry DaTie, who ran away from
Chemawa Indian school. Tuesday,
was caught and returned to Offi
cer Faquette of the institution.
Wednesday, by city police. Daris
had a ralise-and appeared to be
bound somewhere, according to
A Christmas gift that will
reach the recelrer 313 Jays in the
year. Glre a year's subscription
to The Oregon Statesman. Call
60 for rates.
Play Open to Public The
public is invited to attend the
play, "The Virgin Tree", to bo
glren at the T. W C. A. this
erening. beginning at 7:30
o'clock. Members of the Parrieh
junior high school Girl Reserves
are firing the production.
Mrs. Callia HI Mrs. Madalene
CalUn, ralley editor of The
Statesman, has been confined to
her home this week following
complications arising from a
cold which settled 1 her ear.
She will not be able to return to
work foraereral daya.
Inst arrived for hoi Id it. TLa
shirts, very newest fabrics, 81.95-
87.50. Aaron Astlli, 125 N. High.
Interectioa Crash E. L.
Johnson, 1258 North Commercial
street, was involved in an acci
dent at the corner of High and
Church streets. Wednesday at
9:30 o'clock, with an unknown
drirer whom he charges was
Curb Accident A crash oc
curred on State street, Wednesday
at 3:45 o'clock, between cars
driren by Mrs. M. Verhagen, 595
Belmont street ' and Otto Ander
son. Salem. Mrs. Verhagen was
parked and was driving from the
Case ' Transferred Case of
Merchants Credit 'Bureau rs.
Mary E. Batch and ' others ' has
been transferred from depart
ment one to department two of
the circuit court here. - ,
Judgment for Plaintiff In
case of Burns ChrUtofferson rs.
Pat Dundee, . Circuit Judge Mc
Mahan ' has signed default and
Judgment for the plaintiff in
sum of 0.
To Sell Property Order to sell
personal property belonging to
guardianship of V. G. Wikof f. an
incompetent person, has been
signed by the county judge.
In former times we used to read advertisements
"Every Man HU Own Lawyer? and another, "Erery
filan His Own Doctor," and now in these modern days
a new one has been brought out "Every Alan His
Own Merchant." Wa . should add to this to make it
complete, rEvery Man His Own Undertaker."
The Wall Street High Ups of the Chain System
have come upon evil days in these adverse times for !
merchants. -To keep this connection be sure to read
tomorrow's Statesman. , . ' i!!
Bishop's Clothing GifWoolen Hills Store .
McKinley - Lincoln Groups
Sales are Good I
Children at the McKinley and
Lincoln - schools are carrying on
this week an . extensive .health
e d a e a 1 1 o a
e a m p a I g n jmwy cwstsus
wmcn is cen-j
sale of the t-
Chrf stma mi
seals. In each,
fully .. decorat-
ea boowu HEALTH TO AIX
been con- '
. . . it., l VI f i mr
structed In the assembly hall,
and children in charge during
noon and recess peiods to sell
the seals to their classmates.
Mrs. Henna Pfister is in
charge of the work at the Mc
Kinley school, and Mrs. Gladys
M. Mills at Lincoln. Work of
the children has been commend
ed by. Mrs. J. E. : Blinkhorn,
county chairman ot the seal sale.
In the down town booths.
sales ' are progressing satisfactor
ily, although' the heariest sales
are expected to come the rest of
this week. Everyone who will
send out Christmas letters and
packages Is urged to purchase
some of these seals.
In charge of the postotfice
booth for the rest of the '.week
will be: Mrs. W. H. Byrd, Thurs
day; Mrs. Tinkham Gilbert. Fri
day morning; Mrs. Frank Sharp,
Friday afternoon; Mrs. Billy Ut
ter, Saturday morning; Mrs.
Frank Sharp, Saturday after
noon. Mrs. Arlo Daris has
charge of this booth all day
Wednesday. In the other down
town booths, committee chair
man for that station . hare been
lining up the assistants, or doing
a large share of the work them
selves. Hunters Get
Bare hands, most primitive of
weapons, were used In capturing
a two-thirds grown doe deer by a
group of local men who went on
a fishing expedition recently In
the Sluslaw country. Joe Bern
ard I, local business man, told the
story upon his return to Salem.
Bernard!, , his grandson Charley
Hurlty, Iran Meeks and. a Mr.
Grubb were standing along the
highway near Swlsshome when
they saw the deer swimming down
the river. When it reached the
bank and then lay down near a
log, Meeks and Grubb crept up
on either side of it and managed
to take It without much ot a
The deer, utterly exhausted.
was carried to the men's car and
Denies Allegations M a r i o n
Smith, plaintiff In suit brought
against Enoch F. Smith, has
made reply to his . amended ans
wer, and denies -therein alega
tlons of the answer.
Boy Scout benefit. Elsinore to
day, Friday. Buy 60c ticket of
Bruehl Appraisal C. J. Ter-
baar, Paul Fuch and Rudolph
Nlckodemus hare appraised the
estate of Herman Bruehl at 83.-
Worth $3,054.45 Estate of
Marie L. Jones is worth 33,854.-
45, according to appraisal made
by A. B. Hinz, Charles McKee
and W. L. Cobb.
Capitol City Bindery.
Motion to Strike Myrtle M.
Tillson, defendant In suit
brought by Sarah E. Harter. has
filed motion to strike part of the
Sale Confirmed Order con
firming sale has been signed by
Judge McMahan In the case of
State Sarings and Loan associa
tion rs. G. H. Tucker and others.
Boy Scout benefit, Elsinore to
day, Friday. Buy 50c ticket of
Overtime parkins; Overtime
parking violators netted. Salem 88
Tuesday and -Wednesday..
Or. ' Okas Last Okt
. aea BMlda. ISO
ST. CoBratrdU - St,"
Salsa. Crfrtes seen
very Son day 8:30
ts K:30 ml Soring
CBS BMSUS 01
a ' rm zm" w or w i
" Christmas Outdoor Illumination Contest" '
Entry Blank - :
AdTCrtlslttf Club of Salem,
; Poetofjflce Bos lOO, Salem, Oregon
Kindly enter sue ta tho oatdoor Cbristmas Lighting Contest.
I hare read the rules of tbe contest and Agree to them and prom
ise to abide by the decision of the judges. 1 understand there fa bo
entry costs) whatever.
.: ;, ;.' . - - :
Shiny Toys, Scores of
. 'Em, Made by Boys Who
Boys of tho machine shop
elassee at the senior, high, school
hare all but . put ' on the , long
white whiskers that spell Santa
Claus. At least, they hare turned
their smaller work room into a
reiitable Santa chamber where
old toys by the scores are being
made into bright and shiny toys.
In fact, the little boys and
girls who receive them on
Christmas day , probably won't
know that many of them are
"re-bunts', so careful have the
students been to reproduce the
original article. Boys hare
chipped In their nickels and
dimes to buy enamel for dress
ing up the toys.
Last week these boys, getting
the great idea, asked permission
to go ahead with the. work.' This
was readily glren, and the boys
sent out calls for old toys. The
first three days of this week
nearly 80 articles were recelred,
most of them being solicited dl-
corered up in the back seat with
canvas, while they continued
their fishing. Four hours later.
the little animal evidently having
rally recovered from its swim,
made a lunge for the back win
dow of the car, then leaped
through the open door and up the
bank to freedom.
Other fishermen reported bar
ing seen the animal fully a quar
ter of a mile upstream, part of
the time under the water, and
then again making an effort to
swim. It Is hollered it had been
chased by dogs.
FOR JURY DUTIES
The Jury panel for the January
term of circuit court, department
one, contains the names of 12
women. The entire list follows:
Frank Gripaatror Eait 8lm. Tanner:
Orid O. Pickard, Marios, atockmaa;
l bar Jet itechaler. Monitor, farmer; la
vid Kyle. Aurora. Fanner: Rabr D. Pea-
jade, Salem, elerk; Frank W. Bata. Sa
lem, bricklayer; Ella M. William. Eait
Stayton, honaekeeper; Lillian Bitney,
Eat Wood burn, hoaaewifa; Cbarlea Had
kiae, Salem, insurance; Henry Werner.
Central Howell. Farmer; B. 3. Miller,
rairfieM, farmer; .Robert A. Beer, North
HewelU fanner: Anna Bents. Kast Wood-
bum, housekeeper; Alphense Vanderbnek,
West Corrals, farmer: D. M. Burnett.
3 efersoa, - farmer ; j
Grace W. Kensrher, Salem, housekeep
er; Nellie J. Clark. Salem, elerk; Carrie
C. McAllister, Shaw, housekeeper; Joseph
K. UeJsrdfn. Mclean, clerk; Mora Wrs ten
house. Liberty, housekeeper; John Kloft,
West Mt. Aairel. fruit rrover; Zelia C.
Smith, Scotta Mills, housewife; frank C.
Ferguson. Salem, fruit f rotter ; Eva A.
Lebold. Salem, housewife; C TJ. Har
beneh. Salens, wood dealer; K.' R. Bow
land, SeJem. printer; Iran Hadley, Tnr
ner, fanner; Margaret Elford, Engiewood.
housekeeper, mmersoa M. Hammer, Sa
lem, salesman; Wm. H. Howd, Shaw,
farmer: Emma A. Thompson, Chemawa,
Brown's in Town
To Talk Senator
Senator Sam-Brown of Gerrals
was In the city yesterday confer
ring with members of the delega
tion from this county In regard to
the senatorial vacancy. Attempt
wm made to arrange a date for
meeting of the Marlon county
legislators, but no definite time
was set. Howerer, it is supposed
the meeting will be held here
within the next few days.
: In the meantime, names of pos
sible candidates continue to fill
the air, with the strongest talk
for some of the men already men
tioned: Frank Settlemeier ot
Wood barn; W. A. Jones, of Mac
leay; Charles Archerd, Max Buren
nd Chris Kowits, all. of Salem.
If yov conl cone In,
fvst writ or phono.
. . .JPhone No.
at High School
rectly by the machine shop stu
dents. And what fun the boys hare
had repairing toy automobiles.
For instance, there is the bright
yellow racer body that came into
the shop. When the youthful
toy builders finished their Job,
lo and behold, it was an excel
lent reproduction ot an air
plane! Old Toys Fixed np
Sereral scooters are in the
collection of toys already re
celred, and one of these bore
ererjr appearance of narlng fea
tured in - a head-on collision. But
you couldn't tell.lt, not the way.
it has been straightened out and
painted up, and missing parts
supplied. . .
Some youngster Is going to be
happy with a pair of Toller
skates that the students hare
put in first class shape. . They
are so bright and shiny they
look like new; and run that
way. too, for 'tis said some of
the boys couldn't resist the
temptation to try them out;
Four., wheels and - two treads
which were recelred hare been
conrerted into a fine looking
tank, with the body shaped out
Blocks, cut from wood and
with rubber stamp lettering and
numbering, hare been made for
the smaller children. And there
are many, many other' articles
on ; which the youthful Santas
hare worked to produce happy
hours for youngsters whose fath
ers and mothers will not be able
to buy toys. For instance: fire
truck, boats of various kinds,
automobiles of sereral kinds,
scooters, a tricycle, telephone,
windmill, tinker toys, doll bed,
croquet and checker sets, games,
wooden animals, puzzles, wheel
barrows, wagons, blackboard,
guns, garden tools, dolls and
Some Food Gathered
In addition, the boys hare
gathered a sack of potatoes, a
jar of fruit, some clothing and
other items in their contribu
tions for charity. . The entire
"toy shop" will be glren orer to
the Elks for distribution to the
All the work Is being done un
der superrision of C. A. Ouder
ian, head of the machine shop.
- SALEM TEAM WIX8 GAME
INDEPENDENCE, Dec. 17.
The first game of basketball play
ed at the high school gym was on
Friday evening between the Eran
gellcal church team of Salem, and
the local high school boys. The
game resulted in a victory for the
rlsitlng team, the score being 31
PERRYDALE. Dec. 15 The
communiyt Christmas tree and
school program will be held Mon
day erening, December 22 in the
A good program is under way
and as an added Interest, Mrs.
Earl, wife of Homer Earl who
teaches intermediate has written
the play his pupils are present
ing. Mrs. Earl is quite talented
along that line though none of
her work has been put on here.
YOU ARE READING
THIS LITTLE AD
Because the Dollar Sign
caught your eye.
By the same token, the
pnrchase of "Scrip", the
Ideal Gift for Christmas,
will catch yoar eye, and
I will save yon money.
92JSO Books $2.25
S5.00 Books S4-50
10.00 Books 90.00
Ask at Box Office
FOR FOLKS WHO: NElD
HO 12 $30
The FULL AMOUNT in Cash
without deductions is in your
hands within 24 hours.
SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
119 New Bligh ' tiuflding
. Second Floor -318
State Street Tel. 3-4-7-0
. Another loan company, the Inter-state
Fidelity Building and
Loan association, has opened np
headquarters In Salem, at the J.
r. Ulrich company realty office
on State street. Mr. Ulrich" is lo
cal repreeentatire and office
manager, and will be assisted
here by J. J. Persona ot La'
Grande, district sales representa
tive of the association.
The - local office i will handle
all business for six counties in
western and northern Oregon,
and Vwill also become state head
quarters for the association.
The Inter-State Fidelity Build
ing and Loan association was or
ganized tire years ago in Salt
Lake City, Utah, where head
quarters are maintained. The
combined ' financial statement
shows assets ot SIS, 559.713. 56.
In Oregon, loans of a million dol
lars hare been made In the fire
year period. Earnest assets are
The association controls 85
per cent of the fallowing groups:
Colonel Building and Loan. Og
den. Utah; Inter-State Fidelity
Building and Loan association.
Salt Lake City; Guaranty Trust
and Loan, Pocatello; Denrer
Building and Loan,-Denrer; Con
olial Building and Loan, San An
gelo, . Texas; Texas Plains BulldV
lng. and Loan, Amarllto, Texas;
and Citizens' Building and Loan.
Fort Worth, Texas.
Mr. Ulrich says the local office
will emphasise the sarings side
of the business.
NOTED BIRD MAN
BOOKED FOR TALK
Charles Crawford Go'rst, natur
alist, bird-imitator, lecturer, au
thor and poet, will be in Salem
Wednesday, - February 18 and
will make two appearances in the
schools of the city, Supt. George
Hug was advised yesterday by the
Ellison-White bureau, which is
making bookings for Gorst.
The naturalist will appear at
12:40 o'clock that day at the
Parrish Junior high school, and
at 2:30 o'clock at the senior high
school, according to present plans.
Both events will be open to the
public at a nominal charge.
Mr. Gorst is recognized as one
of the greatest naturalists of the
country. He knows 800 birds, and
can Imitate 200 or more of this
number. The purpose of his lec
tures is to awaken the interest of
people In bird-life. The lecture is
illustrated by enlarged paintings
of the birds about which he talks
and whose songs he reproduces.'
Of the reproductions of bird-
Mary Abps died at 336 North
High street. Wednesday night.
December 17; surrlred by one
brother, Desre Abps of Green
Bay, Wise., and two sisters, An
tonette Reubens of Gerrals and
Julia Lemenae of Tacoma, Wash.
Remains in care of Salem Mort
uary. Announcement of funeral
City View Cemetery
Established 1893 Tel. 12M
Perpetual care prorided for
JL rrnraxsx xrncron
Oar Sarrtcs Is Parson!
Oar Frtcas Ara XaaaaaaUs
Oar Haasa la atasara
licsanS XjaSy Zmaslasa
phones lit Church at Ferry 81
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual, care
Jnst tea mlnntes from tbe
heart of town
kXOTO X. SUGEDON,
sounds which he does, the bureau
says: "He has worked on this ac
complishment since he was eight
years old. when he first tried to
Imitate the song of the lark
hunting on the sunny hill-tops
near his home In Nebraska. It is
his own diseorery and although
he has tried to teach- It to others.
he has been unable to do to."
While going through the ef
fects of his father who-died re
cently. O. L, Bru baker . found a
yellow and much worn copy - of
the "Desert News'! of Salt Lake
City bearing the date : ot June
15. 1860. Ari elgbt page paper,
the sheets ofv-wXicn meaiured
7V4 by .l0tt.v:ihchca. and . in
which food stuffs were asked in
return for subscriptions to the
paper. The paper 1$. now an eve
ning paper in Salt Lake City and
boasts orer 40,000 circulation.
The arrival of emigrants, dis
cussions from New York Tribune
concerning the admittance to the
union of the . state of "Desert"
which was then the name of
Utah, the announcement of the
death of John C. "Calhoun, and
many other details of the life of
1850 make ot this yellowed lit
tle Journal an interesting object.
A father of the. great erening
daily In Salt Lake City and by
comparison it makes its child
seem quite precocious, and by
comparison it makes the present
times seem far-remored from 80
OI Killing at
Med ford Soon
Gorernor Norblad announced
yesterday that he would send a
state agent to Medford later this
week to determine whether a
special grand Jury Investigation
of the slaying of Everett V. De
hack, who was shot and killed
during a prohibition raid there
recently. Is warranted.
A special grand Jury Investiga
tion was requested In a large
number of. letters and petitions
received at the executive depart
ment. Officers who participated
In the raid declared that Dehack
had been dead for several hours
before they arrired at the still.
Friends of Dehack alleged that
he was killed in cold blood by
one of the raiding officers.
George Codding and Ralph
Jennings, district attorney and
sheriff respectively of Jackson
county, spent most ot Wednesday
Sweets to the Sweetest
Glre her a fine box of candy
It is always acceptable and
you may be sure she will be
delighted with our strictly
fresh assortment of fine choc
olates, nut specialties, ' bon
bons and others.
Priced at lb. box d 1 AQ
Lang's or Thoniason's $ 1 a7a
Schaefer s Drug Store
The original Yellow Front
Candy Special Store of Salem
1SS N. Cora'1 St. Phone 107
wrM HTST rr?l. '4
la w . s"
Peter the Great $3.0'.
.. The Magio Universe J
Mysterious Sahara $5.
- Why We Hehuve Like Hu..uxa
: :. , Belno;s.430
The Mansions of .Philosophy '
-, : Durante $6.00
Tor the Defense $5.00
The American Leviathan $5.00
New-r-The Singing Emperor of
' Rome $5.00
The Glorious Adventure i
HalUburfon $5.00 k I .
- The -Power and the Secrets of ,
the Jesuits $5.00
Dark-Trails The Adventures of
- a Naturalist $5.00
Crdtaders of Chemistry $2.75
, MaryBaker:Eddy Powell $5.00
, Georfeef Washington" $5.00
Our Times, VoL 3 $5.00 - -,
On. Mediterranean Shores $330
Hula Moons $3.00
. Byron Andre Maurols $5.00
. The Santa Fe Trail $5.00
- Westward The Romance of the
American Frontier $5.00
Etiquette Emily Post $4.00
America Van Loon $5.00 I
We have many more titles and you should
by all means come in and look them over.
163 N. Commercial St.
We art open evenings until Christmas
In the executive department
reading the petitions and letters
ssking for the special grand Jury
investigation. They also present
ed their version of the case to
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tatoes were shipped from North
Carolina In 1929.
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year will be larger by t.OOO.OUO
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