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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1932)
Testimony Much '
Varied so Judge
. rill Take Look
Testimony eVen of two disin
terested witnesses, was so diamet
rically . opposed" in a" damage ac
. tion on In justice court yesterday,
that Justice of the Peace Miller
Ilayden will take a look at marks
on ears lnrblred In the accident
before he hands down a decision
, The .'suit, for $ITI geaeral
damages and $25 specific dam
ages for lose or use of the car,
was v brought by B. Howard
against O. E. Rowe. Action Is re-
5 nit of an automobile collision
ere April 12, In which plaintiffs
ear was driren by .her agent, E.
B. Kmsden. . ' t '
Plaintiff alleges defendants
carelessness was cause of the col
Phone 7536 . . .
Known Before cs
Orcutt & Pfister
" ' - 171 Sooth Commercial Salem
Milk . 5c
We do not believe you
will ever buy milk again
as low as today's prices.
Better slock up.
Crystal White and
Palm- Olive Soap"
A northwest product. Why not use
Crescent? Ton know the quality.
NEW LOW PRICE, lb.
Beans, 10 lbs. .
Shredded Wheat, pkg., 9c
JfB's PATH SEAL CANNOT
CLOSE UNLESS AIR iS OUT
Si More Cope te the Poand
1-Ib. can 33c
3-lb. can 89c
100 PURE VEGETABLE
Salad Oil, qts. . . 17c
Bring Your Container .
" ITS HERE AGAIN
Rajah Coffee, lb; . 18c
Salem's Most Popular Brand
Soap Flakes, 3 lbs, . 35c
Peanut Butter, 2 lbs., 19c
Makes a Wonderful Sandwich
Bulk Vinegar, gal. . 23c
Tuna Fish, 10c, Ms 15c
Jast a Change in the Name The Location is
1 Phone 7536 . Phone 7536
BY HOIKS HEBE
New District President Is
Welcomed Home; Given
. Ovation, Seattle
Wednesday was: homecoming
day at Rotary club for William
McGUchrtst, Jr.. who was elected
president of Rotary district No. 1
at the International eonrention
In Seattle last week 'Bin- was
giTea a ronsing oration as he was
introduced by Fred Thirteen, .
The honor Is one of the highest
In Rotary. The term Is for a year
and the Incumbent mast visit 4ur
lng the year all the dabs of the
district, nam boring orer a hun
dred. He I . responsible for the
program of work carried on in his
district through the year. -Biir
has been a leader ta tao Salem
Rotary dub for many years and
erred as president. He gare 'a
talk outlining bis experiences at
Victoria and Seattle and the na
ture of the. task "which Rotarians
should undertake la . promoting
Idealism among men and nations,
f At, the district banquet in Se
attle, returning Rotarians report
ed, which was held la the Eagles'
hall, one of the largest meeting
places there, with 180 present,
whea the time came to Introduce
the new district president., an
alsl was made through the tables
and "Bill" was marched down the
length of hall behind a lone
Scotch bagpiper . and Introduced
as the finest Scotchman la dis
trict No. t, ,
Wednesday's meeting closed
the year's serrlee of President S.
it. Page and he was awarded the
past president pin by Dr. R. E.
L..8telner. w. U PhlUlps was in
troduced as the new president
The dnb roted to lnrtte the
conference of presidents aad sec
retaries for the district to meet
here August t-f. , , ;
Where a Dollar Doe Its Dety
173 South Commercial St. Phone 8757
All the livestock we slaughter now and for the past
three years has been under Oregon state inspection.
Our market and slaughter , house hare always passed -a
Terr strict Inspection we Intend to keep them so.
Our Oregon state license, No. 441, is stamped on all
Pork to Roast . 8c and 10c
, . 3c
. . 7c
Pig Feet .
Our pork and products art of the Tory best grade.
We never use any old or off-grade hogs In our market.
'Our beef is the- best the market affords.
Beef to Roast . 8c and
Beef to Boil . ... .
Prime Rib Roll . .
Eoin Beef Steak ; ;
Pure Pork Sausage .
Little Links . . . .
There is no better hamburger or sausage being sold In
Salem. No water no cereal no extra suet.
Hams . .
Bacon . .
.. . .15c
14 and 15c
We make all our hams and bacon, sugar cured aad
smoked with oak wood. No better at any price;
Hereafter our market will be closed at 8 o'clock oa
In our present location 12 year, in Salem since 18S5.
178 South Commercial
For Your Convenience
We Will be Open Monday,
July 4th Till Noon
san Bacon . v 12c
Bdf. Roast ::&yM
Porii Steak . .1
SmLOIN, T-BONE oa ROUND
Free Delivery Dial 8686
" Mens Half AA ua Soles and Heals. !
Ladies Half ntf '
Soles OC mi " ,i,
. , ..s ' .. i Patches O CT
Rubbet Heels both mens ; mW ZOO
and - OKA " . . -
- womens . iul t
..We use only the finest material and offer, you- expert
workmanship. ; Do not be mislead this Is (equal to any
work In the City at Any Price
JEHSEi Wl IS
About te memhers of ths afar
loa county Jersey Cattle elab at
teamed the tour hell yesterday to
rlslt Jersey herds la the southern
part ot the county, Victor usdgea
of SilTertoa, - nresldent, reported
here late la the dayv
Farms rlslted daring the morn
tat Included those ef Ju C. White
at Jefferson, Orfi Plckard, War
ren Gray aal Stanley Riches, all
la the uarloa area. . The group
enjoyed luacn at the Stanley
Riches piace In the afternoon,
herds Owned Ay Wallace Riches,
L. D. . Roberts and J. R. Darts
earn fa for Tlsltation aad admir
ation. j.-V ::--. .
Uadsea reported an herds were
found la excellent shape and the
owners not toe discouraged by
- The tour is the last activity of
the .Jersey group mattl aagutt.
whea a meeting will be'heLi to
make arrangement for showings
at the state fair.
Urg; XHzaheih GalUher, local
T. W. C. JL eecreUxy. Wednesday
accompanied te Portland the Sa
lem and Sllrerton delegates to
the high sehool Olzt Reserra eon
fereace te be hell at fialnbrldge,
Washington. The Sflrerton girls
lnclodad Jeaa Oeder and Agnes
Brendan, while from Saleza went
Oretcnesi Hmemta3lmr. uruHut
f f Salem high Qlrt Resnrres aad
atnnac wassam, program commit
la Portland they Joined' that
Itys delegates wftk whom they
continued the trip. Leaders et
that delegation tneladed IClsn
Oraoe Lowers, Qlrt Reserre sees e
Urr ef the Portland T.W.ai,
and Mrs. Harry Brod who wCl
lead the morning worship and
. ri ill
music, - - -
The 'conference wlU be led by
Miss Helen Flack ot New York,
Girl Rnserre " cenferenee leader.
The theme Is to be "I Also Build"
each tetter ot which is the Initial I
of an aim of Girl Reserres. The
local glfls wlU remain nntU the
conference . closes, leering - Bain-
bridge July S. :
Eddie Lewis is
; Theatre Chain
"CddleT Levis Is among the
tacatlonert to sPend some time In
Salem. He is at the heme of his
parents. Iff. and Mrs. C I Lewis.
- Young Lewis Is well known In
Salem., where He was eonnectedr
with the show, business for sever
al years, first, with rranx mign.
as house manager at the old Ore
gon, later at the Capitol and dur
ing sereral " summers publicity
man for Browning Bros.
Lewis Is now general manager,
for A. O. Roy, Independent
theatres la Eugene and Corrallls.
He makes his headauarten la Eu
gene. . . -
Shu, ktl towiforUhU.
1ST S. Commercial TeL 4010
Lcilia Iodized Salt
per Pir- , DC
Tt tall cans 16c
UkSd 1 Pound 33c
U 3 Pound 1. .....87c
Whito Wonder Soap, 10 cakes 21c
NaUej Salad Dressinf
jars " 15C
Quart jars 25e
25 Sire in.
pksr. j 1UC
Quart Bottles Purex, 2 bottles
3 ibs 17c
2 pounds on
Soda Crax aWC
2 pounds on
Graham Crax OJC
White Star Tuna, 2 cans 19c
Citrus Washing Crystal White
TJ Soap Deal
fowaer 2 Crjstal White,
Per is 3PalmollTev OC
pkg, 14C 1 Snper-Snds, all DC
.- - ' With Coupons
Broken Slices Pineapple No. 2s, 3 for 25c
Pure Cane Sugar BIue Bel1 Flour
1A m q Hardmeat
lOOO Sheets Toilet Tissue, 4 rolls :....:l5c
Commercial ' "-:
In ftnnectionwith Canlan Hmmp.
HEST QUALITY MEATS SOLD FOR LESS
Pare Lard or Sbortealag
4 ih. 28c
1 Bring; Container .
Armonv'e tigna - Ajy
Star Haws, to, . . -102C '
' ;Half or Whole', .
2 Center SUees for . . ; .SSc
Get mm MieM M TimittM i
rryers, nieoinsn U
Henrj Hens before bnylny.
; : Luncheon Hentn for Orer
: - the HoUdny
; BoOsd Bam, B.SSc
to LonA r. ; . . .
Snnsnso, lb. ,...,17o
Bolosnn, lb. , ,17,
SOnccd Hana, lb. ..... ,iTe
rrench Sonse. ra.:.i.,.e
Swoet ricklas, pt.. . , r, ,t3o
x CoC&eeee, . ,...1U
MCk, et. ...... ........Tt
Sr W K.-....fe
Whites Cream, H si. 1U
Issuance of scrip by the arlous
counties In Oregon la aa amount
eeaal to their tax delinquencies.
aad paymeat of this script to per
sona employed eader any emer
gency relief program that may bo
adopted, was proposed here Wed
nesday by Senator J.. EL Bennett
of Multnomah - county. - Bennett
said ho would place his plea be
fore Goreraor Meiers state-wide
- Bennett declared that under hlg
proposal It would not bo neces
sary to Issue bonds with the re
sult that the state and xo unties
would saTO Interest payments ag
gregating many thousands of dol
lars aad at the same time arold
the possibility of being compelled
to sell the securities at n heary
financial sacrifice. -
"Under my proposal Bennett
said, "the ocrfp would be -legal
tender, and could be used in the
purchase of commodities the same
as money. It would bo redeemed
845 State St.
Save Money .v
Let the Bake-Bite Be
Mb. loaf, white or rf
whole wheat. ..... O C
rear. 10c, 8 dor, ...
Larre Bans and Parker
AH Cakes Hare Been
Rednced tn Prtoe
by the te unties only for the .pay
meat of delma.ueat -taree,; phis
would necessitate the kcrlp'ereuul
nally. patslng into the hands, ot.
persons- la JebtedSto the cdu&tles ?
for delinquent Ltsies, ks It 'would?
not be redeemable tor the pay- ,
ment of current or future tax ob
Ugatioas.,: .',.-f . I , --v nt'tirh
' . Bennett said his proposat would
put sereral millions of dollars of
"new money in circulation, and .
Increase materially the purchas
ing power of the wage earner. Ho
declared his plan would proride ;
tor the payment of a tiring kage
V.-' LICEXskD TO WED
TACOUA. Washr June If
(AP) A marriage license wa
issued hero today to Cecil Both,
Portland. . and Fleets Andrews, .
Salem. -; ,: ; . . '
for Jelly or Jam
Fell of Juke, rich la flares; the
cherries now on the market are
low-priced and Jose right to
nuke firm, (parkhiig etiy,wich
ont s cheace of Cuius by eeian
Pen-JeL It adds to the ripe !
cheRTjake whet Nature left out
Os?tw9sWsjrs snspOassnesnrT . A
mm mm radpa fac til
115 S. Commercial St.
The IDEAL SUMMER
So many people want the beneficial,
non-habit-forming laxatiTe effect
of mineral oil but object to heavy
oils for summer use.
Agarex is a creamy emulsion that
is actually delicious. And while it
has the action of mineral oil it has
no a effects. No leakage for
the oil is in minute drops. Non
absorbent, so nonattening.'
AGAREX full pint 9
DEEP "CUT PRICES
for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Federal Excise Tax Included
50c Lysol m
2Sp Johnson's 1 (7 '
Baby Talcum- 11 C
25c LIsterine ft
Shaving Cream 111 C
25c Dr. West's
Tooth Paste 2 for
Syrup of Fiirs.
v Lotion -'
60c Dr. Lyon's
; Tooth Powder-
40c Veldown "
New 1932 Swim-
Eaps 10c to -$1.00
Bottl.3, 1 pt
Sun Glasses and
Goggles 25c to
We Redeem Colgate
Sare Them! They
EI Modelo, Cremo and
Rocky Ford v
6 for 25c
Juclrw Strikt, CameL
Chesterfield, Old Gold
. r. Garten SL3,
HIGH 6RADS CalMES
CCONOMJCAU.Y f WCCJ