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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Snnday Morning. November 8,: 1931
Local News Brief:
Coker Seeks Mother C. Cokar
of Atkinson. Km., Friday and
' yesterday was in 8alem aeekinc
to learn th whereabouts of - his
; mother, Mra, C '. E. Bates, who
lWed here when he last heard of
. her a number of years ago. Frank
Mlnto. chief of police, and Mrs.
Darby to Stody Radio Mr.
and - Mrs. Ira L. Darby, 1 1 5 S
Chemeketa street, yesterday morn-
ins lert salem with their son
James - for
where the boy will enter a radio
; HUE GELEBRATED
Mvra L. Shank.
m.mtmtmijt All, ) .l Ik lUri-ll' HT1
swcfuiiyT On 'da7tlng7cro, wa. graduated from tho Phoenix.
ker left his ; forwarding ; address J An., ni gn scnooL
with "the matron Jncase. word I considerable experience
should'- be : received :'byber- con- amateur radio operator.
'ii- 'Z. 1" Books to be'.Reouested -When
ll.ae.-es on -HVrr" the school board meets at the high
fAvma - A mranl - HAVfll Anil anTV I -. .
Ties. 2 acres prunes, balance gar Tl"f?J SLt
' MONMOUTH, Not, 7--Tb 74th
birthday anniversary, of Charles
Port Arthnr. -Tex Vi.'
was born in Plymouth township.
James - attended Salem I Michigan. In 1857. and has resld-
high school for several years but ! ed for 80 years in Monmouth.. ,
Re waa married to Miss Emily
He has had
as an Irian Jtrm TV11 Rntlar nf Bnll
t I aaaa aa va i u aww
KUn, ana two granasous. ., -Mr.
Newman has followed farm
lng, and since coming to Mon
mouth has been a painter and pa-
perhanger. He has a special in
deaf and araln. Small bandings. 1 n,n- Superintends: .(Jeorge Hug terest In grafting and budding
Excellent welL -i4 -miles --to : Sa-1 win request mat a number oijfrnit trees and rose bushes,. ana
- SvSvSLli Wit "ft ? ?Kot chieTement along
celebration begins that' night.
f-1023 Cher. Cnv'rf. coupe 13,71.
1925 Franklin Sedan. $425.
i 1928 Franklin. Sedan, $396.
1922 Pack. Coupe, $50. r
Herbert J. Astiind garage.
Immunized ' Of the
attending the torpid
clinic at the Marion
Business men to Dine Busi
ness' men in tho T. M. C. A. gym
nasium classes will bold a 4:15
o'clock dinner., there' , on ' Friday
evening, hr charge of, the volley-
i ball - team.?, Br.:-, R. Lee . Wood,
chairman of the committee on
physical wrk, will preside. Fol-
' lowing . the dinner, the Salem
first and second volleyball teams 120 children
will play similar Portland squads I vaccination '
and handball players from both county health center yesterday
cities will compete In both dou- morning, 1 received their first
.bles and singles matches." " " Imraunlcation treatments. This
tlA , . ' , - cllnle Is held every Saturday
Hewitt to Speak Roy Hewitt, m0rnlng frtim 8:80 to 10 o'clock,
i dean of the law department of
I Willamette university will be the Complains of Taxi Fares In a
i Sunday night speaker at the Ford letter addressed to Mark -4Poulsea
Memorial church of West Salem, as city recorder, Bert Salmonetfet
1 His subject will be, "Shall We of Portland! flays the Salem taxi
Make the World Safe for Dem- companies tor charging what he
:ocaey?, Dr. Hewitt recently re- claims are exhorbitant fares. It
turned from a trip abroad and cost him $1,76 to go seven miles,
will add to his study of world af- be says, and avers that "35 cents
fairs the first-hand Information s oSn la these times
that a personal contact Mth oth
school library. The board will bold J this line is to own an apple tree
the meeting despite. the fact the I with every possible sort of apple
American Legion Armistice day I growing thereon. . ,.
Mrs. William MeCrae was re
minded Thursday, November 5. of
the anniversary 'of her natal day.
when a group of friends and
neighbors took genlan possession
of her home for the afternoon,
bringing baskets of birthday re
freshments. Sewing and visiting
occupied the social hour. Enjoying
the affair were Mrs. Aaaune cai-
breath. Mrs. D. A. Hoag, Mrs. w.
M. Meeker and Rath, Miss Mabel
Rlddell. Mrs. G. W. Baun, Mrs.
James Rlddell and the hostess.
er countries and peoples gives.
21 blooming size tulip bulbs highway.
W& Farm slem' Te? MF?'1" Sm"l" FouuMn inves
Bulb Farm. Salem. Tel. 59F6. t,gaUnr -eported cases of prob-
V. of O. Speakers Here Wal- anie smaupox in me woaa
Boys in Schools
Girls by But 24
The ratio of boys to girls reg
istered In Salem schools at the
end of October was nearly an even
one. with the boys outnumbering
Greenhouses, f. mile orth, paemc .the girl by but 24. in. the 1Z
VmV. m Till MFII
hbuvu, ao irvjm !
were registered, a total of 4750
Open house today at Olson's
During the same month In 1930.
464C pupils were registered.
lace Campbell and Ralla Reedy, district yesterday arternoon. ur. 0Ter 19J0 and tne otner ,ix
til.iila V TTnArlTw nt rtr I VDIllOD A. UOUKIftl, CUHUII 1 ..11 I.,.,, QmIa, Klvli UKAA
gon. wHl conduct the Epworth officer, fouad the affUcted ehll- registration was 101 over October
League meeting of the First M. E. I", ww ,UUWIUi "VUM ot iMt year, LesUe junior mgn
church Sunday night, speaking on d,c- 28' under, and Parrlsh Junior high
social Injustice and unemploy- motion h32 over.
ment problems. Wallace Campbell been !s8ued i judge Hill's court
art Ant tTi inmmw with 1 StMll I. . m r 1 01 in..
Wilson, prominent socialist. Last Hugn c. Alter for defendant CjOVemOr UrS.eS
Tr th Attendance t I v .v- tt mnA P" v r w " 0
w v wB v inn iiMa 1 :iai w biu uri m. m aauu w m m
tho League meetings was 25. but cauge why he should not be pun- COODerStlOn in
I ST. NICK'S YOUNG ASSISTANT
No, not Christmas presents for aunts and ancles. It's Fred Blntch
ford, with some articles front his yeang wood norelty hnsinens.
Fred Blatchford Starts
Career as Santa Glaus'
Understudy in Workshop
At High School;
Goes in Eiieci
.. Te stop high school students
from Uttering up the grounds and
nearby property . with rubbish,
Principal Fred Wolf has appoint
ed a squad of 14 boys to patrol
around the building and clean up
the waste paper 'being thrown
away by the students. The squad
will be changed every fortnight.
Complaint of the condition was
made by residents la the blocks
adjoining the schoorsroperty
The .patrol boys yesterday are
said to have paddled students who
threw litter about the ground.
The- same scheme - was put suc
cessfully into effect last year by
Mention several weeks ago was
made to Dr. H. H. dinger, chair
man of the school board, and to
Superintendent George Hug that
students were creating the un
Under the oocrxo. m:
Utw ' jraTtwt LvrH
ELL, at - last Oregon- State
broke Into the wis colamn
la the Pacific Coast confer
ence. While -Oregon . rested from
its eastern conqnesta. the staters
took Montana Into camp- Bat the
big game is next Saturday at Eu
gene. However, sine the rest of
the paper has plenty ef football
news, this colnmn will digress-
' Sometime ear " conrt
considered invulnerable, bat re
ports of their own actions belle
the Impression. Was It not late
yesterday when the Marion
county court returned SO not
erne bill. In fact its battiag av
erage wa far below .500, sine
It returned only IS trne bills,
and these have yet to be proven.
Jim's Scotch-jokes and Jim
keeps right en telling torts.
WcIL maybe mw sons ry 3 '
bread can be obtained without r
caraway seedai -: Jnst. why tho ,
bread mast contain this seed taK'.
beyond oar comprehension, bnt'
press dlspatche Friday tnfonn-! ;
ed that a fiery senator by the ;
aamo of Caraway : had died, ;
There seems . to ' be no farther '' ;
reason to spoU perfectly good ' r
rye bread now.""'' -jt'-"
now it is over 80
duced prices at Shrock Indian eT " ordreia
ished for contempt of court for al
leged failure to pay support mon-
Service, 347 N. High St. Try us.
Order for Release Order for
partial release of Judgment was
granted Saturday by Judge Hill
......i( arltv llnntitatlnn of
Bir iniro " ikftAnrori State bank, the partial
T. M. C. A. at 7:50 ociock . mmm fn K. ,riinted M narnient
I VI tw - -
Speakers ' Meet, M o n d a y
Would-be 'public speakers will at
tomorrow night. Fifteen persons
tomorrow nignj. rmeen persoo. b z Schwab of $400.
have enrolled in the daw which , t0 w.?tdm-
liopi 07 rruiessur . m.
Dahlberg of Oregon State college.
Room is yet available In the
group for several1 more persons,
according to C. A. Kells, T. gen
Governor Meier, in a letter Is
sued Saturday urged cithtens of
Oregon to cooperate with the
American Legion, United States
office of education, and the Na
tional Education association, In
observing the eleventh annual ed
ucation week, November 9 to 15.
I'T .AmlHAiljl tlkfa hhsfirrf VI. tA
1 .... t , . . I A . "
The public is coraiany ths people of our state," Cover
Orchestra Directors Called
Directors of the Calem Symphony
Orchestra association have been
to attend a tree Christian Science
Monitor Exhibit In the Sunday
school room I of First Church of
Christ.. Scientist, November 11.
from 2 to 7:45 p.m.
nor Meier's letter read, "and hope
they will welcome It as an oppor
tunity for the protection of bet
ter understanding and more ap
preciative cooperation between
the eommunityr.the home and the
Judge Walker Presides Judge
Aril a. Walker or MCftunnvuie
.11 :atA4 . mntln Ik. aa In A anirtmint 2 at the
f. M. C. X at $ o'clock Tuesday j Marlon county courthouse In tn p OreClOSUrti OH
....u. v m At-m M. of Fred Thompson U1 twivoui t yii
J lems of sponsoring the orchestra vs. Nora Thompson Monday at MortP2'ife 'Asked
and of the concert which will be 19:30 a. m. & ,
held on Wednesday.
18, at the armory.
. ..in. - . . . . . mm m .j mi mi mt m .j . . .- i . ... iuim.iuiiB mw u i i k t.
I Because of the beginning of the I giTea for a note whose principal
v Open house today at Olson's Armistice day ceieorauon 1 u- now totau $11,929 was begun
Greenhouses, 1 mile north. Pacific day nignt. me regular 1 rata? in circuit court against
hiahwav . Capital post No. 9. American L-. I Arbe S. Thielsen and Fred, D.
laion. has been postponed. (Thielsen. Edwin Y Lansing is
Edison Slides, Talk The ScM . . L- 0.k- I plaintiff in the action-. Tho loan
ence club of Willamette unlver- Remember V. F.
was made June 30, 1925 In the
ence cmid ui nnuiueut - - - - . I was mao
sity will present an illustrated snow, nouywu. . ----- prindpi BUm 0f $17,429. Pay
lectur on Edison at Science hall! . u.,. a marriage I menta at the rate of 9500 seml-
on th campus Monday night. issued at the county 1 annually have been made in the
Charles Campbell will be tbcierk's office Saturday to Fred total sum of $5500. The property
ipoicr uu uistuoo 1 11c biiucb yie- 1 Hbert 25, 2155 Myrtle avenue, 1 10 m loreciosea is locsiev on 101s
and Annie M. Hestman, -ai. I n me Aiaer iroon secwon
sented. The public Is invited to at
Rather young to -play the role
of good St. Nick, a Salem boy" nev
ertheless has started in earnest on
a business which reminds one . of
those airy young dreams ot Santa
Clans' workshop. The youth In
question Is Fred Blatchford,
graduate of Salem high school
and freshman at Willamette last
Here's what he's doing: mak
ing all kinds, sixes and descrip
tion of gayly painted wood nov
elties. 60 heavily haa he gone Into
it that his parents. Dr. and Mrs.
B. Blatchford must wish occa
sionally at least that ae'd leave
them a little room in their bom.
Fred only has the garage, the
basement, part of the upstairs
and the front porch devoted te
cutting out, painting and display
ing his handiwork.
It'a no passing fancy with him.
either. If some youngsters are
born with a silver spoon In their
mouths, Toung Blatchford must
have clutched a hammer. Even
before be started to school at all.
he took great delight In nailing
apple boxes together on his
father a orchard and rancn near
He put together between two
and three thousand of these a
season at the age when most
other boys would be mor Inter
ested -in smashing sister's dolls,
Always fiddling about with
the hammer, In Junior high school
here he took manual training,
and his work won him several
prizes, Including some at the
boys achievement - exposition
held two years ago. As a Junior
high student, he waa taming oat
on his own lath lamps for a lo
cal furniture store, and while In
high school did picture framing
rfor a local store.
From this start, th inr 01
boards, lathes and paint has di
vorced him, probably permanent
ly. . from Jegal pursuits . wished
for him. H studied law at Wll
llamette last year, but doesn't
see much future In this crowded
"Besides, Td rather keep en
with this work and study inter
ior decoration, probably In a
California school," a sayi.
Fred has fitted np the base
ment for a workshop, and haa
his electrle turning lathe and
power saw there; in the garage
he employs his electrle spray, and
upstairs picture framing, hand
Group at W. Uf
A men's strinred Quarter mad
its initial bow at Willamette uni
versity Friday at the student eon-
touches with the paint brush and I Teation. offering three numbers
similar work 1. dona I which delighted the students.
And from the three places irojessor Marshall took pride
come forth funny and attractive !n. presenting the new gToup
little woodMi animals which real, wnich la the third new musical en-
ly are nothing more or less than ""mDlft organised at Willamette
footstools, book racks, match thls rear. The university band,
bxes, hat racks, coat hangers, which is doing excellent work now
door stops and similar nsef ul recently organised and the onl
things. verslty choir of 80 men's and
put.,., rn. mBn. ft .nm women i voice is a third new
111., W mm trmmtm f.Am an nlii I
.hvi f-. .M.h k n.i-t I The quartet Is composed of
7, J";,:. Chris Seely who plays first violin.
work ..a th.r. h. dMirn. him- A1 King second violin, Verne Wil-
Two political war horses picked
the capltol press room yesterday
in which to recount adventures
during the state legislature; From
their accounts there perhaps will
never be any daya like the -good
old ones" when they were serving
the public. And from the sound
of things, this fact should be much
Albert Hanter, a democrat
from Union eonnty, and James.
Stewart, who represented three
eastern Oregon counties, includ
ing Wheeler, as a republican,
met at tho pre room, and that
is whep some real reminiscence
was began. It seems they sat
across the aisle from each oth
er, and though of different par
ties, often agreed.
It was thought ail the time that f
nudist elans were found only la' ;!
India near Ghandl. or among th'
Donkhobora In Canada, bat Callr Cl .
Lfornla. not to be outdone, alas .1
eialms such an organisation ot- ' I
naked persona. But, say the demo- i ('
crats. If present conditions get
worse, these groups will havo s
lot of company.
Goodman Family In
Reunion at Coast
At present he -is trying to se
cure alder and maple wood for his
novelties. Instead of fir as he haa
been using. He haa worked up
quite a market, and has stores in
Dallas. Monmouth, Forest Grove,
Portland and Salen handling bis
son viola and Chester McCain who
plays the eello.
The program presented Includ
ed "Larghetto by Handel. "The
Mill" by Raff and "Mystic Hour"
by 8 In galls.
Store is Facing
Dividend is Paid
By Weston Bank
A. A. Schramm, state superin
tendent of banks,' Saturday an-
- a a J . AM 4m am
j-. f m 1 nouncea a ainoena 01 zv per cent
Kecetvers oale of n eiim iTpwng the
warmers nana 01 wesion, umaui
la county. This last payment
brings th total paid since No
vember 10, 1930, to 00 per cent.
Total clalma of $70,630.33 was
filed against the bank. Satur
day's payment aggregated $14.-138.
The Pickens and Haynes gro
cery store at 450 Court street,
which Wednesday closed Its doors,
now is in the hands of receivers.
the Adjustment Bureau of Port
land. W. C. Pickens, co-proprie
tor, last night said. It Is expect
ed the bureau will attempt to sell
the business. Inventory already
haa been completed.
W. C. Pickens said that he and
K. H. Pickens, proprietors along
with C K. Haynes, as yet are an
decided as to what-they will do.
Mr. Haynea yesterday waa work
lag at the Steusloff market, 899
Water Carnival Successful vi.lta noardman R. R.
Th border and balcony of ne I noardman, Y. M. CaA. physical
Y. M, C. A. swimming pool laat v-sterday was visited by
night, were crowded with persons ng COU8n, Mrs. Albert Gill, who
present to see the aquatic erenta wltj1 ner hnsband was enrouto to
on the water carnival program of tbefr home at Hollywood, Calif,
the senior and Junior Red Cross m i
llfesaylng corps. Employment man Here E. J.
Stack of Portland. Oregon rep-
Russ Smith, Center and Church, regentatlve for the United States
for tire bargalna. empi0yment -service yesterday
iltertalns' SlsterMls's Helen ltKLl;
: MacHlron of the Willamette nnl- TlaR with friends on the staff.
versity school of music. Is visited 0nly a few days more left to
now by her sister Mrs. W. A. b y tulip bulbs at the W. C.
jviu.sij. iuii an. , juvaoiji b i JTra.nkUn tUllp Tarm. All remain
first yislt to Oregon. Her borne li
,-. in . Nebraska and ahe : visited In
s California before coming, here.
. -i . , ..
- Dry Wood - coal. Get our prices.
Tell 5000, Salem Fuel Co.
Wed Are Issued
Two marriage licenses were is
sued in the county clerk's office
Eddie Young, 21. gilverton
store clerk, obtained permission
to wed.Laverna Holm, 20, Wood
burn housekeeper. -.
. John Stevens Albus, 29, Aums
rille farmer," obtained permission
to marry Agnea K. Kufner, 29,
Salem domestic. They set their
wedding day as November 10.
Rev. J.' R. Buck Is to officiate.
Atin1lnllAai Usuln 1 n a nnlitt.
tion waa . made In the circuit defendant
court to place the case in' motion
book j for the case of state vs.
LI O.lHerrold. ;
O 1 -O
lng bulbs will be planted
Summons Issuetl Summons
Dental Exam to
were issued from cncun zr ' D Kt,U- 1 C
Saturday on the, course ot F. O. NOVemDer lO
Johnson. vs. F. A- Legg for tne
The semi-annual examinations
l tt V& ilinlal SaI Wo
mmWH 11 It 1 tmmw s . r v.HV. WU W... mT9
ueunii L.tJ .1 Jm m M -1 .:
ikiu 111 ryi Liu-iiw lor itvm uiji, uc-
Routa 2 of thla city Nov. 4.
Mra. Marvin Hendrlcson, age 70
Friends are Invited to the funeral
services which will be held Mon
Aav. Nov. 9 at 2 0. m. frm the
Terwilliaer funeral honM 770
Chemeketa street. Interment will
be In the Cltyview cemetery.
On Nov. 0. William A. Davis.
age 74. ot Coburg, Ore. Beloved
uncle of Mrs. Rose Sherwood ot
Jefferson. Ore. Funeral services
will hfuheld Monday, Nov. 9, at
2 n. uf?from the chapel ot the Sa
lem Mortuary 546 North Capttol
street. Interment in City View
cemetery- Services wiU be con
dueted by Rct. Downs of Jeffer
Twrmalt J udsmeiu
x - atll A" . ( altanllF
luagmeni was - --y- ginning Nov. I according to Dr
court &iuraay Estill Brunk of Salem. aertarv.
.i No local applicant, wih com. be-
fore the 4oafd.
sion'prid jETmer C. Stewart.
. . ' M A.Ja m A-tcU .
sw- ' -t tr t a I ' nrflip; lirsylll-jrttr ; w
-r tiiairK au- a is ssi. hiiii iurm. an..- a.- 1 - v m - .
- Clark; an elght-pound son. James arinrS
? lilchar horn -not; -l-st the Jackoart in-tbecase of In SpIngS
-nri maternity home.- - ' r---' Loa association-vs.- M. l. ux-
.. -Cnllaher To Mr. and. Mrs. 'M; ier. " Y J - v
) TrrGallaher 1010 Leslie,' H jienVGrated--Judgment
I ; lb. boy. Bom to-day at the :Bun- been granted la clr-
galow; Maternity Home, tlnU COnrt In the case of Industrlaf
accident commission againsia.i
mer C-Stewart. ' f.v.
Decree Granted Decree - of
foreclosure baa been granted m
Circuit court ia. the case,of ,H- P
Jenson vs-.HW. McNeaU
Demurrer FUed--A demurrer
waa filed in circuit court Satur
am on the case of A. C. Snyder
' . . 1
t SILVEJtTON, Nov. 7. Home
rooms 7 and 8 of th Junior high
sen ool are ; being - combined - to
make onoaarge study haU.: rAs a t
re?slt Home .Room- la - ''boiag
moved to. the, Eugene Field build
ing' while; Horn Room 7 Is be
ing moved upstairs in th Junior
high. ' The partition between the
two rooms Is being taken jdown
to make possible .the, large study
hall. The changes were made
Thursday.'- w - .'.".""!'
Mrs. Schneider's Tiny Cafe
NOrth Hlch St. -
J Chicken Dinner, 5c Roast leg I Hanna O. Hoskins
. J1.A. - r A - OmhmtmmmmJi I .
from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. we oak
oar own pastry.
Argo Hotel Dialng Room - '
.1 Special : ' roast chicken - dinner
! with fresh v huckleberry, or
;' i mince pie, uoon and aight. 60e.
: nm Rnm- ' ' -'jSr
i ;Torkey aad- chlckea; iinner jsllj
day; lie ana ; .-...
: flnir TteHe. 440 Stat-
. Famous dinner 50-75c-$i.OO,
Rose Cai; 222H N ComTi St
''i Roast turkey or friend ehickeh
I dinner with r dresslaa. 1 l to
- rp.m., 50c- Dancing every night '
Filed A supplemental
answer was filed In circuit court
Of the tase of Asmns Hesse vs
Roy "J. Hoffman i - - (-
TO PORTLAND i,--
i LIBERTY ,? Nor. 7 . Mtv and
Mrs. W. Olden spentThursday In
Portlands , :- ' ,
5 The; Maytag- Shop, '1S f.;
Commercial St Salem, Ore-
gon.Xef: 990, I the only
authorised Maytag dealer In r
. Marion and -Polk Conntic.
; Please phone ns for further
InTarmatloaw j J
: Witam epentlaa r toaa af tta.
" S2S Orfo.Bldt. Pkone 550S
Game Board to
At End of Year
Th stat game commission
will hav a anrplns of $81,293 at
th nd ot th current blennlnm,
despite that It had an overdraft
of. 132.000 at th beginning or
th two .years period,, according
t a letter received Saturday by
Hnrr Hansen, atate budget direc
tor, from H. L. Kelly, supervl-
sor of tho commission. During th
last biennlum the commission ex
pended $881,987. whll It ex
penditures for this biennlum will
net exceed $789,
REMODELING IN PROGRESS
STAYTON. Not. 7 Work of
remodeling the I. O. O. F.-Masonlc
buildlnr la going along nicely.
Fery Bros, hare finished hauling
gravel and sand for th floor.
work on which waa begun Friday,
O. L. Hagen and his helper. Cland
Crandall, are putting in the win
dow and door frames. The bund
ing haa been leased te O. M. Ba
ker, local art dealer.
Hunter la now a member of the
state accident commission. In ad
dition to being father-in-law to
Scooty" Dntton. of Portland, ma
jor In the national guard, who la
gaining a wide reputation In run
ning Thomas E. Riles a close sec
ond aa the handsomest man In
uniform. Stewart well, every
body knows Jim Stewart of the
state land board.
MONMOUTH, Nov. 7-Mr. and
Mrs. James Goodman hav return-.
ed from a two- weeks' outing at
Rockaway. Whll at th beach
they participated in a'reaaien ot
members of Mrs. Goodman's fam
ily, all of whom had not previous
ly been together at one time fei
nine years. Those present were l
Dr. and Mrs. B. C Daniel of Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. William Sied
ell and daughter Betty of Bull
Run. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wleb
and two children, and Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Daniel and aon f
Wheeler, Mrs. William Kodad and
three children of Tillamook, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Domanehefsky
of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Good
It took a long time to learn
Just why Stewart left tho news
paper business to enter politics,
but the secret Is ont at last.
Jim give two major reasons,
one that six men committed sui
cide before he finally quit, and
tho second that after winning
the world war Jim could see no
reason for conducting his paper
any longer at Foesll, Ore.
But here Jim qualifies the real
reason. He admitted that six men
committed suicide, but he said he
had to work on them for 28 years
before the results were effected.
Well. If they hadn't ended their
own lives, they perhapa would
hav been grinning yet at some ot
PIELS RETURN SOCTHi
RICKREALL. Nov. 7. Mr.' and
Mrs. Fred Plel ot Oakland. Cal .
returned to their home last
week sfter spending several days
with his brother, George Piel and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Piel are
former Oregon resident. He was a
Corvallis merchant, for a number
IHjV FILLED AT
415 State Tel. 12s
Ask Your Doctor
LADD & BUSH,
Established 1 868
Commercial and Savings Department
Tkat arc mart u4 in
. The Little .
Just west of the Court Bouse
Kear the Market
A. . inn
BRUSH CREEK. Nov. 7 A.
new desk of real sis and a new
teacher's" chair have arrived at
th Brush Creek school and have
been nut Into place. New eurtalns
bar also been put up. Th Brash
Creek Boosters will hold their
mooting on November 20.
In defense of the
DR. B. H. WHITE
Night and Day Calls
External Cancer Removed
Office, SS5 N. Capitol St.
Phone 50S9 - Salens, Ore.
At the residence, route 8. box
114 Salem, Nov. 7. Mrs. Rebecca
B. Jones. 81. Survived by daugh
ters. Mrs. Lizzie J. Massey of Sa
lem and Mrs. Lillian F. Habbs ot
Silverton; sons, - Bruce A. and
Reece H. of Salem. William R. ot
Alrlle. J. Ben of Brogan and Mark
G. of Dallas. Funeral service will
be held Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 1:80
p. mv from the chapel of W. T.
Rigdon and son. Interment la "Pi
oneer eemetery. j -
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established 1893 TeL 9651
Perpetual care provided for
' Prices Reasonable
. -When yon think of! .
V ..; Think of '
l Charlie MeElhinnyt
THE . WIDOWS FRIEND ;
f-vica, "TM1 "K 1 $i
'-First Nat. Dank BHg. .
A Park Cemetery
With Peirettial Care
Just ten inlante from tho
Dr.' Chan Lam ; -Chines
IJt N. Commercial
- '-Sti, Salea ..
rh Of rtcohonra V
Tuesday and Satur
day 3 t". T-. M.-
Better get a supply:
of Schaef ers' Cold
Remeclies for: winter
colds and coughs. -
' - DRUG STORE"
Tho original yellow 'front can-
t dy special store of Salens r
; Penslar . Agency i '
1S5 N. OotnI Dial Slff7
. he faces
demand for PROOF
of full value
Call Sdio; Used Fjaraftura '
iSl" North- 'High
Somewhere, in an executire
office, a director of advertising"
rises in his chair. The budget: j ; -budget
is Questioned Zrt
yigoronily Tie moves in;
deYcnsc of media, of space re
And yet. behind bis dcense,
how certain Is be of the under
lying truths rabout the raw
material his budget buysf .
'About circulation volume,
drcnlation values, the facta of -circulation
PositiTeiy aeenrately k
knows these' things if his budget
coig'aTtising spacecalU only
ior publications of audited circulation.
- -. i , " ' -He
knows and bustaess accepts-
ih indisputable character of arcul
A. B. C auditors and the Bureau in;
turn transmits the facts to you, :
Make, sure that, your budget, this
thrwigH Bureau mcmberJup, to dWtct
the more than 0 trained traTeEhg
; auditors who cover almost every
. ' . imDortantoubncaoonui Ajncnca. r .
year above au years, rests upon awoc-. . ... .
JaV-iyalues,upona-Wcuxutat jrfc distinguished eoupof adiresv' -
iwrom. Audit Bureau of Successor faihiny a
CltruUt5ons.Thlc7ccuxuIa., T"' " f-r fP"v. 4 ,
tiot, practk is given freely and , nn? j UtioM iayittt yonjoin., Wntt,? :
frahkly - by A. B. C pubBcatiora. - Take a share, now, in th btidgcV- today, kr the full, interesting facts i
They open up' ererything ;to tihe guarding work of the A. B. C IWp,' : about llureauraembershp.-;
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A U'D I T D-V D BA V
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C I S C U L A T i o n SJ ,