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ine mCLuUIx bl AIRMAN. Salem, Oregon, Tuesday Blorninr: February 3, 1931
"Says bo Money Countering
charges that he bad not paid
money due for support; of child:
W T TViin voatnrrts-r filed in CiT-
cult eourt affidavit declaring her
was in arrears onlyisz., on sup
port money, and this he can not
pay because of poor .condition of
bis bakery business on North
High street here. It I is nece
eary, to keep the business going;
that be first make payments on
bis contract to purchase the bak4
ery business, he says. I Ta ttfii
davit Is in answer to demands of
Olive M. Doan, who secured dk
vorce .fro: mhlm. '
See what a dollar will do at
Salem's Petland. .,, ,, . .. . : .. ; -j
Mortgage Released -r Oer to
release mortgage of her; ward. Ed-?
ward L Hugh McCaffey. 1 has been
granted Mildred P. Smith. guar4
dian of the minor. In, papers slgn-t
ed la probate yesterday, The re-!
lease Is made to permit first
lien on the property to I be placed
by the World War Veterans'
State Aid commission: f a second
mortzace will protect the interest
of the -ward. ' . -j- 7 j
. Bulck coach. 1127 Model. A-t
condition. Tel. 3710J. V
' Bridge Accident Gny W,
Porter of Newport reports to the
sheriff that car driven! by Doras
Hamblet of Portland Struck bis
car as bo was crossing the
bridge at, Jefferson Monday. Os
car Meyer of Pratum j also filed
report on an accident In which
his car was involved! with one
driven by John Lichty. LIchty
turned jott the road too quickly
bead of him, he saysj ; , 1
Seeks Divorce Althea Clark
yesterday filed suit for divorce
from James M. Clark,! to whom
she was married in Portland Not
ember 17. 1930. Sbe avers
that he' has developed a sullen
and fault finding disposition and
that on January 25 he told her
to leave borne and stay away.
She wishes restoration of . her
maiden name. ' Altbea Pease, j
It in. O. F. mill block or 1
In. dry slab. 1 large Id. $5.50,
Ids.. $10. TeL 1542. Fi"B. Wells;.
Ixmergaa to Speak-i Frank J.
Lonergan, . speaker of the house.
Is to address the Salem Klwanis
club this noon. Wlllard tWirts.
secretary of the club, j announces
Lonergan as a 'forceful, spirit
ed speaker, fiery and iempbatlc".
The attendance prise will bar giT
en by Prof. Alexander A. Vaxa
kas. bead of the department of
modern languages at Willamette
university. . 77,'.j.
Free facials through) the cour
tesy of Colonial Dames and Mil
ler's, all this- week. Phone 23 ST
for appointment, v; v . ..
3 mt abb Funeral Today - Fun
serrioes for Charles M.
Swabb, aged four years and five
months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Na
than D. Swabb of Milton, Calif.,
will bo held Tuesday I at 1 p.m.
from the Rigdon chap!. He died
here Monday. In addition to bit
parents, be is survived by a slater.
Irene, of Milton, and an aunt. Mrs.
Dora Childs of Salem, j -
- Chinese Arrested H .Extradi
tion papers were completed yes-
tnrriav in return CThln Wtnr
Cheek, alias Chan See alias Jim
Stanley, arrested in the ndrta
end of the county Saturday
night," to Stockton. Calif., where
he la wanted on charge of arson.
He is In the county jail here.
. To anyone leavingwjith car for
Los Angeles first of week I will
share expenses. Tel. 59 flw;: '
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Attachments Writs oIK at
tachment were filed ! yesterday
with the county clerk showing
defendants' property j had ; been
attached in cases of X C Jones
s. Robert Seed and otherf ; and
Charles Eppley and others vs.
Lenora D. Butler.
TV Forum Gronp -The lead
er of the Y. M. C. i A. forum
group Monday night jwas ; Prof,
R. B. Winn of Willamette uoi-
Tersity. This . group ' meets
weekly to discuss current events.
Both men and womed are wel-
"Ylmmle Yonson's yob." Net,
son; naii, .uoerty-unemeKeta, jrrti
8:00 p. m.
Committee Meeting f The fi
nance committee ; of j the Boy
Scout council for Marion and
Polk counties will meet this aft
ernoon at 4:20 o'clock at the
chamber of commerce- E. W.
Paulas is chairman.
,YT Children's Program The
. recular lobby programi of tbe Y.
M. C. A. Friday night will fea
ture talent among Salem's , chll-
. dren citisens. The program la
scheduled for 8 o'clock. j
Dollar dinner every bight 5:45
to at the Marlon hotel.
Jadgment for Bakery De-
. fault Judgment of 153.23 Jor
piamuic aas - been granted in
case ot Cherry City Baking com
pany vs. S. J. Shoen.
1 patrolman of the road; district at
xetroii, was a nusmees caner in
the city Monday.
Adolph Mr. and Mrs A. E
Adolph. Haseldort apartments,
boy, Alden Edward,
Dr. Cfea Lmmi Cht-
mm MxitctM. iss
H. Cwawrell Bu.
Silam. Office Scar
vtry Ssasay S:S0
:S0 eoa. Sarins
thm bmbUs ef Ph.
a JMbi ..
. , iJW
j Jr., born
Red Cross Address Dean Roy
R, Hewitt delivered an address
to students of Willamette uni
versity in chapel, Monday, on the
work of the American Red; Cross.
Heretofore, according to the
speech, the Red Cross has. cared
for unfortunates and brought
them back to life to bring more
of their kind Into the world. The
latest movement la to raise liv
ing conditions and lower . the
birth -rate In addition to the
helping state authorities to eurb
the birth rate of society's para
sites altogether. . ! I
Leaves foe Frisco N. P. Bar
ney, service, inspector for the
Southern Pacific rallrcad. left for
San Francisco this week end to
receire medical treatment In the
company's hospital there. Berney
together with Clifton F. Meeker,
was injured in an auto -collision
at Twelfth and State streets last
week, j Meeker Is recuperating
bere. Berner was' the mom seri
ously hurt but is expected to re
cover.; Meeker is a representative
of tb Order of Railway Employees.
wun pmees in Ban Francisco.
New moders homes. S flniiAd
rooms 33800 and 14200. com
plete in all wava with i walks.
lawn, snaaes. light fixtures, pav
ing paid, etc. 3500. down takes
either, balance like Tent. Anoth
er quite new. 13300. Becke A
Hendricks, 189 N. High St. I
Road Men Callers Amour tbe
callers at the office of the cnnnfT
roadmaster yesterday were the fol
lowing, all patrolmen: R. J. Bet-
tencourt or aisunct zi;tw. W.
n.i.l.i mm. n
Hennles of district 46; O. D. Need
ham, district 38: Richard i Patter
son, district 65; William P.
Schotth6efer. district 41. and
James Cully of the Scotts Mills
From Golden Gate H. ;G. Chi-
pier of San Francisco, formerly of
Honolulu and well known to many
Salem residents, Gunday was the
guest of nis niece. Miss Florence
Jaeger, a Willamette unirersity
student. ' Mr. Chi pier is an archi
tect associated with Lewis Hobart
in San Francisco.- !
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Miller's main shoe window dis
plays I a b!g sale of women's
pumps and oxfords at one low
price,! 12.95. Choose any shoe In
this window; regardless 1 of for
mer price. Some as high as 38.
Black- and brown, blgb and me
dium heels. ;
Bicycle Found A red, 'single-
bar bicycle was found in tbe mill
race near the Willamette univer
sity field by - three boys, who
brought the machine to the police
station Monday.' The boys are Lee
Fallan. BUI Stephens and Stanley
segum. ... i . i ; ;
Arrested: Bail Forfeited E. W,
Lewta of Salem was arrested Sat
urday night on drunk charges. He
was released Sunday on f 10 ball.
which be forfeited by not appear
ing at court Monday, at .which
time be was cited to appear..
Stolen F. W. Wilcox Of To
ledo, Ore., reported to the police
that from his ear, parked at Un
ion and Water streets, the follow
ing Were stolen Saturay night:-A
suitcase, blue trousers and' vest,
shirt.; black coat, and a check for
"Yimmie Yonson's Yob," Nel
son hall. Uberty-Chemeketa, Frl.
8:00 p. m. ,( I
, From Gladstone Mrs. H. C.
Broad well, Mrs. George Dunmlre
and Charles Dallas, all of Glad
stone, : were - visitors in Salem
Monday, coming here with ear-
loads of children from . the eighth
grade at the Gladstone school. Tbe
children visited tbe legislature,
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Cottage Farm Road Tbe road
above the Cottage farm and past
the old Powers ranch will be" lm
proved late this season, according
to the county roadmaster. A new
road will be constructed up
bill, according to present plans
Different Kelsey The States
man has been requested to point
out that Mrs. Ada Kelsey. who
took her own life in this city re
cently, is not to be Identified with
Mrs. A. B. Kelsey of the Cobbs and
Mitchell Lumber company, j
Yimmie Yonson's Yob Nel
son ball, Uberty-Chemeketa, FrL
g:00 p. m. j j
; Car Stolen Loder Brothers of
445 Center street report that I
Willys-Knight sedan, licensed 27
587. was stolen from their used
ear lot Sunday night. '
Two Drivers Fined Reckless
driving cost George Rutledge and
P. J.) Bartholomew 35 each, pins
costs, when they were convicted
in Justice court. ; j j
To Eugene W. W. Fox, county
club agent, will be in Eugene this
evening to give aa address at
mass meeting of 4-H club leaders
of Lane county. j
Final Decree Estate ot John
Ahrens bas been closed and distri
bution ordered, in final decree
filed in probate-court yesterday,
Guard Ian Named Joseph L.
Prange bas been named guardian
of Leo Joseph Prange. a minor,
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; 1st w. nigh j
THREE OFFERS -
Garbage Question Attracts
Additional M Interests; v
Three proposals for collection
and disposal of garbage la Salem
were laid before tbe city council
Monday night, all being referred
to the committee on incinerator
Wnd sewage disposal. ; r
Tbe first, aa extensive proposi
tion submitted by Phil S. Gregory,
field manager ot the Communities
Chemical Service corporation, pro
poses two plans to the council
man, Tbe first would be tbe gen
eral collection ot all garbage from
all householders la the city at an
annual cost of 329,850. The cor
poration would agree to construct
and to operate an odorJess sani
tary disposal plant which, at the
end of five years the city would
agree to purchase for Its erection
cost less depreciation.'
- The second proposal was made
by P. N. Kurth. -who offers tbe
city 32000 a year for a five-year
franchise for tbe collection of gar
bage. Kurth agrees to operate tbe
present Incinerator plant without
cost to the city. In his proposal.
however, is a clause providing that
the council must enact a suitable
ordinance making compulsory tbe
disposal ot all garbage. Kurth at
tached to bis proposal a- set ot
ratea for collection service. !
The third proposal was submit
ted by the Sanitary Service com
pany, represented by Charles Loss
and William Schlitt,. They agree
to operate the incinerator without
cost to tbe taxpayers in return for
an exclusire garbage collection
franchise for which they will pay
the city 1 a year for the five
years tbe franchise is effective.
Like Kurth, thv Sanitary Service
company stipulate fa their propos
al that the council enact suitable
ordinances ' to make disposal of
garbage by all householders com
pulsory. . ( ' : ;?
PETI11S I'l POP
Petitions for two county roads
were filed with the county court
yesterday, and' in each instance
the road sought bad Been ' peti
tioned for previously; 1
Andrew Pederson and others
seek a county road In the Sil
ver Creole Falls area which, they
say. will give children a road to
school, will . connect Silverton
Hills and Evans Valley districts,
and will generally open up their
This route is slightly different
than the road in tbis section re
quested ' previously.
The other petition was turned
down because viewers declared
the grade too steep. Under the
new petition, this would be
R. E. Donahue and, others
seek a county road out from the
Champoeg-Butteville road, which
would skirt LaRocke bill, go
along the river and then back on
the Champoeg-Butteville road be
low the old rock quarry near the
Lee Lot place.
This petition, it is considered.
will not meet with approval of
the county court, because the
court , has in mind, when I It cre
ates additional roads In this sec
tion, a route on which it lis said
construction will be preferable. A
petition similar to the one now
in was presented before, but tbe
matter was dropped.
To Sell Tickets
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The Salem Symphony orchestra
under the direction; of Professor
r W. H. Belts will present a con
cert on Wednesday, February 18
Coat Missing Franklin Van
Pelt. 1070 - North Church street,
reported to the police that a black
leather coat with a sheepskin col
lar : was stolen from the Y. M.
C. A. Satnrday night.
j Fruit Growers a
Fruit end nnt trees priced
so low that yon can't af
ford to miss tbis chance. f '
Visit Frultland Nursery
Sales .yard S. Liberty. ,
East side of Armory.
Phone 859 Jl
- Throat and Lung:
. ' Balsam ' J
is a pleasant medicine for
coughs, colds and hoarse
ness, and for the relief of
Children's Coughs i and
Colds which should not be
neglected. ' i " - . t i ; ; -
Contains no Opiates or
coaltar products and safe
for Children : ,
m 50c Md ; 31.00
Tbe original yellow front can
dy special store of Salem.
139 N. Coral M. r Phone 107
1 I 3
The exact place- bas not been def
initely decided although it may
be held at tbe Y. M. C. A. or the
armory. Arrangements are belns
made by the Y. M. C. A Under
Whose auspices tbe organization Is
conducted. , - ;
Pictures for the group as a
whole will be taken Tuesday night
at tbe regular rehearsal.
Tbe ticket sale for-, the concert
will be held aader the auspices ot
tbe Junior division of tbe Y. M.
C A. This group et boys will re
ceive 75 per cent of tbe net pro
ceeds to be ssed la supplying per
snanent improvements In tbe camp
located at Oceanside. : - - '
Schedule ot tbe county health
department for the remainder of
tbe week is announced as follows:
Today school clinic at Aums-
ville; preschool ellnle at Silver-
ton; and chest cunlc at the saiem
health center. : . i
Wedaeaday school and milk-
handlers' liaic and dental correc
tive clinic, both at Salem health
center. .. ; : ' : .
Thursday preschool cltnla at
health center here; school dlnles
at Keiser; toxin-antitoxin, clinic
at Aumsville; milkhandlers clinic
at Silverton; class at Salem gen
eral hospital and dental examina
tions at Sacred Heart . academy. .
Friday preschool and correc
tive dental clinics at Salem health
center; and toxln-antltoxia ,' for
district four. Saturday morning
-toxin-antitoxin clinic at Salem
health center. '
Charles M. Swabb died- at the
residence. 29 S North 15th street.
February 2, aged tour years, five
months: son of Mr. and Mrs. Na
than D. Swabb t MUton. Calif.;
brother ot Irene ot Milton, neph
ew of Mrs. Dora Childs of Salem.
Funeral services Tuesday, Febru
ary 3, at 3 p. m from the chapel
of W. T. Rigdon and Son.
Francis Richard DuRette died
at tbe residence, . 2041 ? South
Church street, February 1, aged
70 years; husband of Belle; fath
er of Don and Ralph, Gervals, Ce
cil of Salem. Mrs. Merle Stewart
of Hubbard. Mrs. Agnes Little ot
Cathlamet. Wash.; brother of
George A. of Portland; 18 grand
children. Member Salem lodge
No. 338, Elks. Funeral services
Tuesday, February 3, at 1:30 p.
m., from the chapel of W. T. Rig
don and Son, auspices B. P. O. E.,
Rev. R. W. Arther of Oregon City
officiating. Interment Belcrest
Memorial park. :
Mrs. A. Fleischman of 810
Grant street died In this city Feb
ruary 1, aged 71 years; wife ot
August of Salemt mother of Mrs.
Hulda Loop of McMinnville; Mrs.
Lydia Lewis of Dallas, Harry Aebi
of Dallas and Benjamin Aebi of
Suver; sister of Emma Bloom "of
Iowa. Funeral services Tuesday,
February 3. at 1 p. m., from the
German Baptist church, corner of
North Cottage and D streets. Rev.
C. W. Rutsch officiating. Inter
ment Lee Mission cemetery under
direction of tne Clough-Barrlck
Mrs. Allle Sauer of 17 North
Church street died la this city
January 30, aged 87 years; sister
of G. W. Hurst of Silverton, Rus
sell Hurst, Mrs. Etta Holt and
Mrs. Jessie Philips, all ot Salem;
aunt ot Ellis Hurst of Portland
and Newell Hurst of Los Angeles,
Calif.; and of several nephews in
the east. Funeral services Tues
day, February 3. at 10 a. m. from
the chapel of W. T. Rigdon and
Son. Interment Odd Fellows cem
etery.' ,: ; ! - - . .
Ray Grant died at Sierra Madre
Calif.; January 31, aged 48 years;
husband of Lyda; father of Ruth;
son Of W. I. Grant nf S lm
brother of Mrs. Charles Pierce of
Salem. Funeral services Friday,
February C. at 10 a. m.. from the
chapel of W. T. Rigdon and Son. .
City View Cemetery r
Established 1893 'Tel. 1200
Conveniently Accessible .
Perpetual care provided tor
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Just ten minutes from tbe .
- heart of town
Omr Srvlea Is fimnt
On Trloaa Art
On EM tfl BfoSara
UefBses leay Kmaatstsr
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FOB m S TOLD
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Report Indicates i Crop is
Unusually Heavy and
Market Watchful i
' Interest of the grain trade In
India aa a potential exporter of
wheat daring the coming crop
year, la-i stimulated' by tbe release
of the first estimate of tbe area
sown, which places the Indian
wheat- .acreage . at 30,384,000
acres, as compared with- the first
estimate of 2f.S10.00O acres a
year ago according to the grata
market news service of tbe United
States bureau of agricultural eco
nomics, r ,vi . : "'J -
This estimate of acreage how
ever, represents roughly only
about 98 per cent of the total In
dian wheat acreage, and during
the past five years the final esti
mate has ranged from! 1.000.000
to 2.600,000 acres above the first
estimate released In January,: .
Seeding of the Indian crop was
completed . by the middle of De
cember . but germination oa aa-lr-rigated
land, which j comprises
roughly one-half of the Indian
acreage was retarded by lack of
moisture, and the condition ot the
crop as a whole has been rather
unfavorable. General i and bene
ficial rains have recently occurred
in the Punjab province; which con
tains around one-third ot the In
dian acreage. In' tbe United prov
inces however, which include
about one-titth of the Indian acre
age, and rank next to Punjab in
importance, the moisture supply Is
still deficient. : 1
Karachi, formerly the greatest
wheat exporting port ot the Bri
tish Empire, has 'suffered severe
ly during the last fewj years, and
has been surpassed in importance
by other ports. In both tbe Domin
ion of Canada and the Common
wealth ot Australia. Following the
record Indian harvest of 1930.
when, production amounted i to
370.000.000 bushels. Indian j ex
porters and shipping companies
looked forward to a parked ! in
crease tn wheat exports. , Ship
ments for the season Uf date how
ever, have totaled only some 10,
000,000 bushels. j 1
This small outbound morement
has been largely the result of the
very low prevailing prices, which
have made It unprofitable for In
dian' producers to sell wheat In
world markets. Choice White Kar
achi Indian wheat has recently
been quoted fa British; markets at
78c per bushel, as compared with
ex-ship Quotations off 73 c for
Manitoba Northern, 88 tor Ar
gentine Rosafe, 78c for Australian
and 87 fie to 71 Vie for. Russian
wheat on sample. . ), . . i-
Freight rales from interior
points in India were lowered last
November, from around 19 He
per bushel, to llc per bushel,
with the emergency rates to re
main in effect until! February,
Lowest Farm Fine Rates
Insurance ro evczynko .
lZcr earrcviue ;
Baanets at used
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357 Slate St '
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' An Item in , Sunday's .
Statesman ' relating ! to the '
bankruptcy of a Balena ree-i
ident stated- erroneously
that he was manager ef
the Kafeterla ' Shoe; Store. :
Tbis was not correct, and
this store is la no way con-
nected with : that or any
other bankruptcy oW basi-1
1931. in an effort to facilitate the
movement of the remaining In
dian surplus, of around. 37.000.
000 bushels before the heavy
movement began from southern
hemisphere countries. Exports of
wheat from Indian have practical
ly : ceased, however, and should
prospects for the next season's
outturn continue unfavorable,
such surplus as otherwise would
be available for export, may bo re
tained for domestic consumption
during the next crop year. V jj
! Some Australian wheat Is an
nually Imported into India, usual
ly for blending purposes, but trade
advices Indicate that more than
the usual amount has been receiv
ed during recent months, aa a re
sult of the lower ocean freights on
tbe Australian wheats, as compar
ed with the higher rail freights on
Indian wheat from surplus to de
ficit areas. Sales ot Australian
wheat to India for January-February
shipment have recently been
made at around 70 to 70 Vie per
ousnei. j y -
Mrs; Maria S, Feldman died ! at
the home of her son, W. E. Feld
man, 1411 Court street, early
Sunday morning. Death was the
result of the exhaustion of bodily
powers through age. The re
mains were taken to Spokane by
Mr. Feldman to be laid to rest be
side those of her husband Wbo
died in 1914.'
r Maria 8. Breitkreutx was born
near Henderson, Minn. Dec 25,
1857. She grew up in that state
and there married Claus Feldman
in 1878. Five children were the
fruit of this union: Will E. of Sa-
IattI- VI r All. T TCI lr nt TTaraila.
I ton. Ore.; Clarence of Spokane;
Arthur O. of Pasadena: and Miss
Syvllla Feldman ot , Santa Bar
bara, CaL The family moved to
Spokane in 1908.
Mrs. Feldman suffered a Par
alytic stroke a tew years, ago, and
while she recovered 1 quite well
from the attack, her : health was
never robust thereafter. She has
made her home with, her son here
for several months past. A few
weeks ago she fell, sustaining a
fracture of . her hip, and since
that time was confined , to her
bed. . I ' j .
Funeral services will be held
Tuesday la j Spokane, conducted
by the Rev. Mr. Ashenbrenner.
Mrs. Feldman was of German de
scent and had kept her member
ship in the German Methodist
church. She had many friends
here among the adherents ot
old Mill street church who called
on her frequently during Iher
months of Illness, as well as oth
ers who came to know her here.
A new feature
Wttaeas eperattaa er loss f 1
StS Onsea BUg.
COLLEGE Rid .
. Inter-collegiate music contests
representing the nations of the
world have been in force in the
eastern states tor 15 years. These
contests are slowly enlarging
through the efforts of Marshall
Bartholomew, secretary ef the
National Music league. It ' may
be that Willamette university will
have a chance to compete in these
affairs if plans work out.-
. Prof. Cameron Marshall of the
local university attended a meet
ing in Eugene where representa
tives of University ot Washington,
University of Oregon. Oregon
State college were also present.
The object of the meeting was
to promote interest In a north
west group. .
Bartholomew comes from Cali
fornia where he succeeded in or
ganising the southwest division
of the National Music league.
This is the first time that the
Idea baa been Introduced on the
Pacific coast. Music festivals and
glee contests will be tbe main
events ot future contests.
Cupid Winds up
Slow Month and
January wasn't such an : exert
ing month for Mr. Dan Cupid. At
least not in Marion county. Only
22 marriage licenses were Issued
in the 31 days, which is a loss
in - prestige for Mr. Cupid, con
sidering the licenses which were
Issued In previous months
But every cloud has ; its 1 silver
lining. Februarly started oft with
a whoop, two couples carrylpg
eriy done. Sold ia sere&ty
J tbe World orer by a eoosplett repair tenia. V7e hare a
h Ene seJectJoo of these famoos watches b our store, ht's
tefl you more about them. They are reascoaUy nriced
from I3S.00 np.
POMEROY & ICEENE
JXWZLKRa AltD OFTICIAlfa j
tTI State Strttt Next to Postal Telegraph
Let Your Wants be ICnovn
Throush Statesman Ad jj
They Brinrr Results :
away licenses Monday. They
were: . :
Ernest F. Ostrln, ISIS Trade,
and Frances Darr, North 14 th,
both of Salem.
T. M. Leslie, Charles City,
Iowa, and Dora S. Knutbs, Sa
lem. . . '
Horses at Public
At Jackson's Feed Barn
Starting 1 P. M. sharp rain
or shine. , Be there. - Tliis
load of work nersee con
sists of mares and geldings
that are young, low built,
heavy boned., valley raised
Shire and Percheron type.
They are all well broke
single and double, several
mated teems of most all
sizes. One team of good
mules; one saddle horse of
the very best, broke and
gentle for ladies or chil
dren. Every horse will be
sold regardless of price and
guaranteed to be as repre
sented. You can see these
teams worked to your sat
isfaction at sale.
This Is a cash rale. Make
arrangements with your
banker If yon wish terms.
Remember the date 1 P. M.
February Fifth. t. K.
Greer, Auctioneer, Owner,
: TDdtch can be
repdired the TUorld ovev
Whether ia Soviet Russia or right here la
a new hairtprkf or any f its rrUrepeired
or exchanged yoo can hare the work proo-
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