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The OREGON STATESMAN; Salem Oregon, Tuesday Morning, November 17, 1931
Local News Briefs
Mourns Loss Registrar H. M. j
Tennant of Willamette university
returned to Salem today after attending-
his mother's funeral In
Portland. His mother Mrs. Lydla
Tennent, is survived by a daugh
ter, who has been living with her,
a son In Des Moines, Iowa, one in
Hammond, 'ndiana and Mr. Ten
nent of Salem. The son in Indiana
took a plan from Chicago -and
arrived in Portland In time for
the funeral. Mr. Tennent was with
his : mother Armistice day and
though S. she. was apparently
well then. She retired a little later
than usual and passed gently
away during her sleep. Her hus
band died IS years ago.
Symphony Orchestra concert,
armory, "Wednesday, Nor. If.
Adults 75c, children 25c.
Are Now GrandparentsDean
Frank M. Eriekson of Willamette,
university and Mrs. Eriekson are
now grandparents for .the first
time. Emeria Eriekson was .born
to their son and daughter-in-law
Saturday at Los Angeles. Frank
-St. Eriekson, Jr., father ot the 10
' pound baby, is an aviator with his
place of business at the Gienaaie,
Calif, airport. He -visited Salem
about two seeks ago. Mr. Eriek
son, Jr., is a graduate ot the Uni
versitv of Iowa and his wife is a
graduate and former professor of
Spanish at the University of Cal
ifornia. Record Petition Forseen Prof.
S. B. Laughlin, head of the soci
ology department of Willamette
-university. Is of the opinion that
the present disarmament petition,
being circulated hero and else
where at the present time, will be
the largest petition ever sent to
"Washington, D. C. J. J. Handsaker
northwest secretary for the Coun
cil for Prevention of War, states
that the petition is being well met
.Iu Newberg and that other towns
in the state are showing much in
Income Property Two large
homes on 75x150 lot. Each with
furnace and two baths. Adjoins
6tate property at 151 N. 13th
street. For quick sale$5500 cash
will take. Immediate possession.
Becke ft Hendricks. 189 N. High
Dave Friesen Fined Dave
Frlesen of West Salem, arrested
last Tuesday on a charge of reck
less driving, Saturday was fined
17.60 In municipal court. Through
a mistake ot the city recorder in
making out the receipt for pay
ment of the fine, Dan Friesen was
listed on the municipal court file
and In The Statesman as the per
Symphony Orchestra concert,
armory, Wednesday, Nov. 18.
Adults 75c, children t5c.
Greenwood Property Appraised
Mary E. Greenwood, deceased,
left total property valued at $7500
in he estate, according to an ap
praisal filed yesterday in county
court by Walter Buckner, L. P.
Aldrich and S. F. Anderson. John
t. r.wnwood is executor of the
estate. The property consists of
162 acres of land in this county,
. Typists Assist Workers The
- high school typists are assisting
in making a record of the names
Play Cast Completed The cast
for the play, "Cappy Ricks," to
be presented next month by the
high school Snikpoh club has been
completed, with the following
girls selected for the feminine
parts: Betty Mae Hartung as
Florence Ricks, daughter of Cap-
py Ricks; Betty Parker as Ellen
Murray, and Jean McElhlnney as
Aunt Lucy Ricks. Miss I Leila
Johnson is club advisor and coach
for the play. The setting will be
constructed by the stagecraft class
in the high school art department.
Steiner Talks, of Bud pert
Ferenx Steiner, Salem cellist and
music teacher, yesterday talked
to members of the high school
Crescendo club concerning the
National Reyal Conservatory of
Budapest, from which institution
he was graduated with honors.
He told ot the methods of in
struction there and ot the .high
standards which are maintained.
This conservatory ,'was establish
ed a bo at 100 years ago by. the
pianist, Frans Liszt. '
Walter Osborne, formerly of
Joe's Barber Shop, is now located
in his own shop at 190 S. Com
BOYER HEADS COUNTY CLERKS
Capital Post has 135 now
Signed up for 1932;,
Santiatn Report Secured At
ter his trip to Detroit, County En
glneer Swart reported that he had
obtained the data necesstary for
the Linn County court to prepare
resolutions on the North Santlam
road. He is now working on his
notes and maps to be submitted
to the court at Albany as soon
as possible. Resolutions by the
Linn county court are necessary
before the government can let an
other contract on the North San'
tiam highway work through Linn
Honors Contest Started An
award contest has been started
among the troops of Cascade area
Boy Scouts of America. The
troop showing the highest per
centage of awards received by its
members at the bi-monthly honor
courts up to April will be given
a nl&uue. A court of honor will
be held at the courthouse at
o'clock tomorrow night with
Judge H. H. Belt of the state su
preme court presiding.
Aviation! New low prices.
Night ground school classes now
assembling. Eyerly Aircraft Cor
poration. Tel 8909.
Law Offices Opened The law
offices of Victor R. Griggs, who
has been in Salem tor the past IS
months and who was recently ad
mitted to the Oregon bar, were
opened in the Oregon building
Monday morning. He has prac
ticed law for the last 22 years and
before coming to Salem from
Havre, Mont., he was district at
torney for several terms.
Rockhill Recovering W. L.
Rockhill, Hollywood cobbler who
on Saturday was injured when his
automobile was struck by a
Southern Pacific freight train at
the Madison street crossing, last
night was recovering satisfactor
ily, according to hospital attendants.
A. O. TT. W. Benefit Dance to
night. Fraternal Temple. Admis
When the six membership teams
for Capital Post No. 9, American
Legion, last night met together for
the first time, 135 members for
1132 were reported. Subtracted
from the goal figure set for the
1933 campaign, this leaves 79Z
members to be obtained. Of the
135. 32 were gained since the
competition began, November 9.
The largest membership the post
ever had was In 1928 when the
roster showed 119 8 . names, 271
more than are being sought this
The teams last night report ea
thelr.progress and were given fur
ther instructions for the campaign,
which will -run until March 1,
1932. The drive will be operated
on a competitive basis, with, points
beinx clven for the several classes
of memberships and for attend
ance at campaign meetings, which
will be held each Monday night.
The personnel of the teams, as
selected by the captains and lieu
tenants. Is as follows:
Russell Beckett, captain; Dr. B
F. Pound, lieutenant: George Al
len, Douglas McKay, King Bart-
lett. William Braseau, uien, len
ren. Arthur Gardner, Kenneth
Bell. Ray M. Smith. Frank Cain,
Henry Flnley, Frederick Gahls
dorf. Theren Hoover, Edward
Powers. Harry Rhodes, E. R. Aus
tin. C. K. Logan, A. R. Fleener,
J. O. French and George Clinton
I. O. Pilcher. captain: Reed
Rowland, lieutenant: J T. Delaa-
ev. Thomas Hill. Gerald. Owen,
Earl Dane. H. E. Shade, Carl Hul
tenbere. L. Newman. Frank SI
man. A. M. Kin. George Everett.
Bert Victor, Morris Race, Merle
Garnett, Leo Huddleston, E. H
lvenneaj, - kb
Liese and Homer Foster.
3. W. Marcroft. captain; O. E.
Palmateer. lieutenant; Cyril Na
don. Georze Fellers. Harry Scott,
Paul Hand, Clayton Jones, Hugh
Smith. Glenn Seeley. W. M. Mer
riott. H. Brown. Leo Sutter, Glenn
Porter. Henry Fournier. I... A.
Hamilton. Ted DeTennencourt, B
T.niHn. L,iovd Riedon. H. tt.
White and Henry Ahrens.
Paul Block, captain; Joe Ring-
wald. lieutenant: B. J. Kropp, Dr.
C. W. Davis, W. C. O'Neil, Ira
Fitts, Miller Hayden. D. Holtzman,
Alex Jones. O. D. Olson, Waldo
Mills, Roy Stewart. H. F. Fields.
O. B. Long, John Olson, uari biei-
wer, Walter Zosel, Henry seaman,
I. W. Lewis, Chris Butte and Dr.
J. O. Van Winkle.
VIrrll Hlckethier, captain; u.
P. Wegner, lieutenant: H, Watson,
H. E. Bossell, H. B. Beeson. J. H.
Klinger, A. B. -McLaughlin H. u.
McMillan, E. Ddom, L. Gray, H.
Burgess, T. Endicott, J. Curtis,
Curtis Johnson, jfilmer wooten.
v v 4
U. S. KEY IHI
So-Oeclares B. F. Irvine in
Address Here Sunday;
ara 1209 building mechanics in
Portland on the list for emer
gency employment because of the
limited demand . for building la
bor. Ha described the work of
the Oregon Building congress in
securing the cooperation of all
people interested in building
material men, contractors, labor;
and told of their apprentice
schools in Portland which train
men for the trades.
rvmo-TMa Tl rectors Meet Dl
und addresse s or rectors of the Salem chapter ot
...sarmament petition being clrcu nmiritnr mneress last
wd addresses of signets of the
e.j .t ii.. r A TToHa WAS tuts uicfiiu
iatea iocany Mr. v,. t tne Unlted state3 na
instrumeniai in secur... i - . fh . weekiy ses-
Above, right, Jim Smith of Salem,
reelected secretary -treasurer of
the Oregon County Judges and
Commissioners, and left, Alex
Sparrow of Bled ford, president
of that association. Below,
TJ. G. Boyer of Salem, president
or the county clerks' associa
tion. All were elected Saturday.
The attitude' which the United
States assumes at tha fortheom-
inr disarmament conference will
.determine which way the issue is
to be ended. B. F. Irvine, editor
Of the Oregon Journal, declared
in addressing a large congrega
tlon at the First Methodist
Church Sunday night.
The editor declared such a
view has been expressed by a
number of foreign leaders, in
eluding Mussolini. He made four
main points in favor of disarma
ment First, because ot losses sus
talaed in past wire; second, be
cause of costs preparation for
war; third.' the human factor and
srfferlns "angendered - at home;
fourth, 'because devastating and
scientific inventions will turn the
next war into a massacre. -Nations
More on Armaments '
He declared every nation Is
now spending more for naval and
military equipment than prior to
the world war, and that the
United States is in the lead in
He urged everyone to sign pe
titions now in circulation asking
President Hoover to use his best
influences to see that the United
States takes a stand for peace at
the forthcoming conference.
Mr. Irvine referred to influ
ence on his lire of Willamette
university and his four years' at
tendance at the First Methodist
church here. A tew members of
the Willamette graduating class
of 1876, with which Irvine fin
ished, were in the congregation.
SCIO, Nov. 1C A student body
meeting was held Friday after
noon, Earl Bartnik was elected
business manager to succeed Vir
ginia Leffler who was disquali
fied, and Eleanor Miller was elect
ed girl's athletie manager.
Miss Georgia Whitney, who has
been taking a post graduate
eourse In Scio high and working
morning and evening at Sclo's
telephone switch board has re
turned to her. parents home at
Brownsville. Miss Doris Weddle
has taken Miss Whitney's work at
A large and enthusiastic crowd
watched the Scio eleven go down
to defeat at the hand of their op
ponents, Shedd's high school boys,
The score was 14 to 0. A real pep
meeting ot the student body pre
ceded the game. This is the last
football game ot the season for
t ' J ' z
for Friday noon.
The committee decided to spon
sor this year year Christmas il
lumination In the homes which
has been featured for several
years past. The slogan this year
will be "A Christmas light in ev
ery home", and an effort will be
made to have every home do
something in the way of Christ
Charles a mas mumination and decoration.
P. Watklns, Leon M. Brown, H.
Keefnr and R. B.'Boise,
Onas Olson, captain; C. V. Rich- j
ardson, lieutenant; J. J. Elliott,
R. DeMerrrltt, Carl Gabrielson,
Paul Burrls, D. A. Young, Harry
Tyy. Arthur Priem. Irvin Wil
liamson, M. E. Reeves, M. D. Pll-
kenton, Graham Sharkey, m.
Cheek. Burl Bnrch, Floyd Volkel.
L. S. Stewart. M. C. Moynihan.
fieoree Edwards. R. Budrow and
sisfanee of this group. The origin
aTVlixatur.. will be sent in to of
Washington D. C.
In this city November II. John
L. Houston, 72. Husband of Mrs.
MUinl Houston ot Salem; father
of Mrs. Myrtle Perry ot Salem;
brother of C. E. Houston ot Seat
tle. Funeral services Wednes
day. November 18, at i:3u p. m.
from the chapel of w. i.
A motion to direct a verdict to
the defendant in the suit of Jo
hanna Fllflet against the Oregon
Industrial Lean company was be
ing weighed last nglht by Judge
L. H. McMahan who will present
his decision In court this morning,
The taking ot testimony and coun
sels' arguments consumed all of
Monday. The plaintiff claims
that she was bilked out of 11600
In a stock purchase from the de
fendant company because of frau
dulent representations of the com
pany's salesman. The defendant
concern Is now In the hands of a
Today the ease of Carie George
vs. Edmund May Is scheduled for
trial In court. Damages of $1802
are sought by the defendant for
injuries growing out of an auta
accident at South 12 th and Mis
sion streets June 1. 19X1.
Plaintiff claims that the defen
dant drove in a reckless, careless
manner, striklnr the car of Mr.
Eloe in which she was riding. She
says her specific Injuries cost ner
$302 and asks additional general
damages of $1500.
BUDD VISIT CBS
Two Licenses to
Wed Are Issued
"You get a bigger dollar's
worth for your building dollar
than for many years and bigger
than you ever will again," was
the declaration of Frederick S.
Cook of the Oregon Building con
gress addressing the Salem cham
ber ot commerce Monday noon.
"Costa now are far less than
they have been 25 per cent un
der what they were a few years
ago. The need is not for large
buildings, but for small struc
tures, homes, etc. In Portland
if new large buildings were erect
ed the lower cost of new build
ings would embarrass the own
ers ot the older structures who
have not yet amortised the high
er cost. The way out of depres
sion Is In construction work, and
fear is all that is holding the
country back in resuming work
According to Mr. Cook there
rash Buyer i-ia.iu o .u... Th v.
home. One block to State house. Tlchli'tn
Make offer J beeconlicfed at the high school
Both streets and alley pavings . ... w,n ploaft thia
Becke & Hendricks. in-ueur -
W I WCCll. A A0
en by the vocational aucauon
ill ON FILE
paid In f ulL
189 N. High street.
At the residence on route 8,
Salem. Nov. 16, ueimer w
nnrsline. aee 74 years, burvivea
by widow, Mahala; children. Mrs.
Charles Beckner, Mrs. mmu.
Schoeneman, Mrs. Sadie Keyt and
Turkeys and Capons
Order Thanksgiving birds now.
Large corn fed birds.
ftt. 0 Box 20 Salem
Two marriage licenses were is
sued yesterday In the county
Albert Ebner, 23. obtained per
mission to wed Angela Cottmire,
17. Both reside at Mt. Angel. He
Is a farmer and she Is a domestic.
Arthur Qualey, 23, Is to marry
Bernlca GUmonr. 19. Both live
on route three, Sllverton. He is a
laborer and his bride-to-be gave
the same occupation in reply to
the clerk's question.
He and Meier Both say it's.
Wholly Social Call;
Considerable speculation was t
rife at the eapltol Monday after-
noon when Ralph Bndd, president
of the Great Northern railroad
system; W. F. Turner, president
of the Spokane. Portland Seat
tle railway company; caariea
Thomas, state public utilities com
missioner, and Governor Meier
were closeted la the executive de
partment for nearly an hour.
When asked for information re-
gardlag the conferenca Mr. Bail ;
said it was purely social, and that
railroad development was not dia
cussedV His explanation was con
firmed by Governor Meier and
other members of the party.
The railroad officials were ae- .
companied to Salem br J ,
Charles H. Carey of Portland.
Mr. Budd declared that he had
been acquainted with Goyernor
Meier for many years, and merely
came to Salem to pay his respects. .
Ha arrived in Oregon recently
from California where he partici
pated in the ceremonies connect
ing the Great Northern and West
ern Pacific railroad systems.
Mr. Turner said his railroad
now had under construction an
extension out of Albany, wnicn
would require several months to
Mr. Budd and other members
of the party left for Portland late
D. S. Lattamore. general sales
manager, R. V. McGee In charge
of news and advertising, and F. D.
Wright, commercial representa
tive, all of the Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph company of Port
land, visited the local office of the
telephone company Monday to
take note of the week of "open
house" which is staged this week.
Demurrer to the complaint of rnl r r.nr.Hnp. all ot Salem.
Award Defendant Costs Costs department and the Opportunity Uhe Hoisting and Portable Engin- Funeral seryices from the chapel
f vrn Kovenz. guar- school. eers local union No. 701, Port- f w T Rigdon and Son Wed-
t,i .. land, et al, against the State In- ned-v Nov 18, at 10:30 a. m
First Class Shoe repairing ai Aident commission, was "jrr pitvJko ppnriptery.
... n...n chn. .n inierraein
Busier ehuwu tjuw I filed late yesieraay in tncu
,T-rt ntitions. court by Attorney General van Hoeechel
re"VnA'"r7 W. Winkle. He holds the plaintiffs . local hosoIul. Nov. 15.
a Jones, and one with 76 names, are without authority - to sue and Hoe8Chel aged 74 years
v " j. v, Charles A sanolnz-I tnai tnere is no oia " ""
headed by Charies a. ttw,,r Pomniaint.
have been tiled wun " ..m mXTW
They are direciea " , ! .-
ty appropriation for ber 5 in court here the plaintiffs
V PPru,r,Bl " thft industrial accident com-
. a t mm 1 . (h& sni il nran IT II Ulllt. 1 - m
snt C. M. Dayis. piamiuia " mission is diverting iunas iroiu
n rhioi Roys at- th Industrial Accident iuna io
tending the meeting ot the Jun- pay special attorneys for their
t- oih . th Y. M. C. A. work. The plalnUffs allege this
at 7:30 o'clock . tomorrow night diversion is illegal as well as the west Dn route z salem. Nov. 15, evening.
ill be instructed by members or employment oi ipwiw w,.. Clifford Denham. age 17 years. other matters
n ih ease of Frank Kovenz, guar- school
dian for Andrew Kovenz. a minor,
against T. A. Livesley & Co. were
awarded to the defendant in a
circuit court order Issued yester
day. Kovens sued for 115.150
damages but the action was nonsuited.
Default Issaed An order of de
fault was issued yesteraay in air
mm - A. .9
county court. They are airecieo.
i.u.v M r nayis azainst a count
UH courx i wi " .mm hAlth unit.
n TteTh niamiiiis in i "
action' brought against Tom Bas-
kett et al. The order appueu -CalUe
E. Baskett and the Bank
of Woodburn, two of the deiena-
CHEMAWA. Nov. 16 As an
nounced by the master, Martin
Holmes, the next regular meeting
of the Chemawa Grange will be
held on the 19th instead of the
26th. A report on the property
is expected to be made by Tom
Madock. annraiser. which will be
BMident of 865 S. 22nd St. Fun- nt m.. interest to all members.
eral services from the Terwllliger An election of officers for the
Fnneral home Tuesday. Nov. i, ensninsr term will also be held.
at 2 o. m.. Rev. G. w. Kuiscn Mr Qtt Beaty has arranged
officiating. Interment I. J. v. for a program from Salem and
F. cemetery. the agricultural committee con
sisting ot Fred McCall, H. w.
Denhan Rowden and Ralnh Harold have
At the family residence 5 miles .rranzed for a sneaker o? the
.. .l. o-i t in. Mih in thn ii e I The attorneys mrea oy me ci"" d.iawi nf Mr and Mrs. A I- I win h tvn an at
T ,f . Anm Australian lueir iub omciu 1 . . . .- , .. .rm I "-- . .. I " - "
..IT I. itv. nnltce doe. With of their guns. mission 10 aia fd Denham; hrotner or uurreu. thU meeting and it is urged mat
ueru, vr . " named as joini oewuuu: and Elmer Denham. ail oi I n mmhri be nreaent
. w a1 man rniui . tn..i . . . cii .. 1 ra I - ...n . . ni... u I . t '
jiiuo. ' i ct Arnes uuiia oi i nam h hua. MiiisDuru: mua -iviv rit nvi ni ri nn
r J n - I . . ... T I ' . . . . 1 Ulum vw.
rnoB EaiscoDU cliurcn yui w tui- uaUker. Portwno:- j. a. uni, ..j MiMred Denham. of Salem.
and Mrs. en dinner in the parish nouse on Tillamook. . . Funeral services Tuesday, Nor.
Chemeketa St. from to cjv The plaintiffs further conienu J? at 1:S0 p m . froxn the Cn4pei
1 . it rn.m.AWW tr AN A.tS laVtiniKI - -mm A W M BP
ina m uuruc, 6... ior tne saiem xnonuary, o
. sniATlnr the com
any of hi. brother, E. T. Beach Wednesday evening
a aMA wnw IPW s
and wite, wnore V" - " " Roy. Begin GUde
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Roy Albee, 1125 Norway
they-can, usually every i wo j ... n tD Modl Xlrcraft club -.--j"-
they Tlslt here. wU1 gln building thi lny craft
Final ae- at their meeting at 4 oc oci io-
counVwas filed yesterday in the morrow afternoon at the i.
estate of Amanda 5.cbJ?A,!h if Default Issued An order of de
ceased, by EiwaDein - mw'' . fault was Issued Monday in circuit
ecutrlx. There are three heirs. Jn tne case of John
na t -1. . -a. VmmV Vaw . wi nv
As materl- Je. ,0rpl,Trthe I orw ,9,?.4??Srr.'-Tlii!!?r r friends for the.; kTndnes. in .the
yBrmicu uj : .1 - WT oiiiciaiing. mirriueui baby's recent illness. Baby Ruth
McVey is expected to recover. She
contracted pneumonia about two
Eluabetn K. mu.. u-.. p0ik. and Anna Foiae againsi
M. Howe, Galice, ura.; arw' Theodore C. Amend, Marie Amend
and Anna Folke against
Pedigreed Red Cocker Sna1?1
JL.- Knnt.ra. Salem's
-. ifu Forfeits Daniel
W Bottom of Antelop. Ore., who
last week was arrested here on a
charge of speeding. retrday
failed to answer the charge in mu
llclpal court and the $5 he W
posted as ball was declared for
feit. ' "-" -
'Open House' at
Christmas 1 ime
Will be Talked
At a meeting of a committee of
the Ad club to consider promotion
f rhrlstmaj shopping In Salem It
herd's Shoe Grease. Buster Brown ws decided to call a merchants'
" . rnrnm at the Ad club meeting at
uoe Biws. I .. itvi.
. I the Gray Irene rnaay noun ui im.
ninv v.a&t Mr. and Mrs. J. I v t Hchkr nlans for holding
W. Johnson ara leaving for J rnrtatmas "open house" b the
Whitehall, Mich., wnere mey wu. ,tores. The plans ior
spend several months with rela-1 ciatmas decorations downtown
were also discussed. A run auena
ance of Salem merchants Is urged
In thi; city, Nov. 14, Frank
Gallagher, aged 67 years. Grave-1
side services at the Gates. Ore..
cemetery. Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 2
p.m. under direction of ciougn-
Barrick company. Friends invited.
and Elizabeth Kelly.
Keep your feet dry. Use Hu
Uvea, hey have oeeu ai luuw
City Xor some time. -
Fine Imposed Frank J. " Pop-
. .... fl1A
Ant Flled-FInal ac- P. no." ".J n.7
corrn th. esUt. ororW. Da- wee. ond.y by" Judge
iuea in I :., Th. rhie was
w i miner
mim A eceasad. was
court here yesterday by
The charge, was
unlawful possession of liquor.
vsraditlon Ordered Governor
huriA. yesterday authorized the
tradition ot W. JH-. Jones, wnw
i. wanted In . Los Angeles . , for
Jones is unaer ar-1
.vember 16. at the Bungalow Ma- re$t in Portland.
ternlty home. . wra Meets Tonight The
.t Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Tong, of Shaw, a girl, i born No- grand , theft.
IN CASH PRIZES
See Your Druggist
.- . - -.
Wttaeat eferstloa less t ttaa
DR. MARSHALL J
- tl OrcfttS Bldg. Vmmm S509
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established 1803 TeL 8053
Perpetual care provided for
Iff, FILLED AT
410 Stat TeL 8123
Ask roar Doctor
Modes of the day
US No. High
A. P. SPEKR
Men's Scotch Grained
.Men's Moccasin toe brogue, for good
N-.. looks, style and long wear. The
v winter footwear leave
your rubbers at
x eu m m m m ar s
from 2-1 5
Buster Brown Shoe Store
125 North Com'l St.
NEW AND USED FURNITURE
. Mir BarnUod
A Park Cemetery ;
With Perpetual Care
Jast ten miantea from tha
. heart of town
DR. B. H. WHITE
Night and Day Calls
Externa Cancer Removed
Office, S5S N. Capitol St.
Phone 5030 Salem, Ore.
Dr. Chan Lam .
ISO N. Commercial
. Of flea hoars
Tuesday and Satur
Vacuum Cleaners and
Floor Waxere to .Rent
Call. &HU0,' Used Farnltare
131 Kortb nigh -
Throat and Lung
uada rlcht. rlxht here In
oar own laboratory la, Salem.
We aren't "ashamed to say vre
make onr own coagh syrup as
we believe withoat doubt that
It Is the best product of -Its
kind on the market.
Nothing In this remedy la
cheapened to meet a price. as
wita. each bottle we sell Jre
went to make a friend and wa
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Wednesday Night, 7:30 P. M. Sharp
F. N. Woodry's Auction Market
1610X SUMMER ST.
1 Electric spray paint gnn nearly new, 1 Overstuffed Velour
Davenport blue and taupe. 1 upholstered Morris chair, 1
WaL dining extension table. Wal. dining chairs velour
seats. 1 WaL davenport table, oak and leather duofold
mattress. Oak bed and tall chiffonier with mirror, oak dress,
er, steel beds, coll springs, used mattresses, 9x12 Axminster
rug like new, xl Ingrain rug, 3 small Ax. scatter rugs, EL
floor lamps, baby crib and mattress, leather lounge, lino
leum rugs A Lino, remnants, 4. and toot step ladders. Can
sole phonograph A records, Electric washer, decorated break
fast table ft 4 chairs, decorated breakfast chairs A kitchen
table, kitchen cabinet, small wood or coal heater, drophead
sewing machine, and Irons A folding screen, dishes, uten
sils, pillows, bedding, etc.
Auctions every Wed. Nlte 7: JO P. M.l and Every Saturday
Afternoon 1:10 P. M. '
Store Open Every Day
Cash paid for used furniture
50c ..d $1.00
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