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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1932)
IcDo well Market
Where a Dollar Does! Its Duty
mS. Com'l J phone 8757
We are still offering our fine f Y
Sugar Cared Hams for JLZCa pound
AND WHAT A BUYj THIS IS
You Pay only one small profit when trading here. We
buy all our livestock direct from the farmer doing
all our killing. j
This beef is the best the market affords
Beef to Roast 8 and 10c
Beef to Boil 6 and 7c
Loin Beefsteak U 10c
Prime Rib Roll .j 15c
Hamburger ...j :.10c
Pure Pork Sausage j 10c
There is no better hamburger & saiisage being sold in
Salem. Useless to pay more
Pork to Roast i 8 and 10c
Pork Hocks 4 5c
Fresh Spareribs ........8c
Back Bones' ..' 3C
Fresh Pig Feet 3c
Our pork and pork products are of the very best grade.
We never use any old or off grade hogs in our market.
Hams, sugar cured 12c
Bacon i 12 to 17c
Cottage Rolls 10c
Bacon Squares 8c
We make all the Hams and Bacon !we offer for sale.
They are sugar cured and smoked with oak wood. Not
necessary to pay more.
We close promptly at 8 o'clock Saturday evening
IN SALEM SINCE 1895
The Original Yellow Front Drug
135 N. Commercial St.
Store of Salem
For Friday and Saturday
We reserve the right to limit quantities. None to dealers.
SCHAEFER'S HOME REMEDIES
What a Relief!
The minute you apply
it the pain stops. The
mild medication dead
ens the corn. Made in
Salem by Schaefer.
Sold the Schaefer way
no cure, no pay!
One lb. 25C
Nerve and Bone
For the Relief of
Joints, Gout, Cold in
Chest, Inflamed Ton
sils,; Neuralgia, Insect
Stings, Swellings, In
f 1 animation, Sore
Guaranteed to relieve
or! money refunded
MADE IV SALEM
One lb. Whole
or meal OC a lb.
two lbs. 15c
Always remember whether Items are advertised or not
and For Quality Drugs and Merchandise, For largest
Assortments, For greater values. It always pays to
buy at Schaefer's.
THERE IS NO REASON! FOR YOU TO
BARK LIKE A DOG
. For Fall Coughs
v M a
.Sold the Schaefer Way
Xo Core, Vo Pay
Schaefer's Drug Store
Phone 5197 Penslar ! Agency
JS5 N. Commercial St. ; r I . i Mad Jn Salem
! 67c 1
The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. ' QKgon. Friday Morning. Sepltmber 9, 1932
County Schools Preparing
- For.Fall Work; Many to
v Start Sept. 19
KEI2ftSR, Sept. 6. School will
open here Monday, September 19.
with an enrollment even larger
than the 165 student of last
year expected. All teachers will
be on hand Friday morning, the
16th, when children are asked to
meet at the schoolhonse and get
their book lists.
- A n amber
hare been made at the school
house this summer, including in
stallation of hot and cold water
system, thus giving the children
the advantage of hot water dur
ing school hours.
Miss Bernice Zielke will be pri
mary instructor and principal this
year, and Mrs. Eva Kelso, also
of last year's staff, will take the
ruth and sixth grades. Two teach
ers are new: Miss Mildred Kirk
of Salem, teacher at Liberty last
year, will have the two upper
grades, and Mrs. Lenna Purdue
of Broadmead will teach the
third and fourth grades.
COURT RULES AGAINST "WALKER f
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FAIR EXHIBITS ARE
"LIFE" AT 72
SILVERTON. - Sept. g. Silver
ton Future Farmers are Uklnff
considerable fnterMt In th. t.r
that a special division has beea
given them at Xhw sUte fair this
year for the first time. The list
Of Premiums hB Han rl.t
here and are being studied.
. o students bsve already sig
nified their Intention nr .h 1-
in the farm shop exhibit. William
Lentsch will show a trailer un
der the class of construction Jobs
iarm mecnanlcs. Tom Miller
will show a recondltlnnori h.rrn.
in the repair of farm machinery
the vocational education i)n.ri.
ment here, indicate that
will also show.
hi t- ft (ftl' 0t the New Yo Supreme Court, is shown
s he handed to John J. Curtm, attorney for Mayor James J. Walker the
decision whereby he ruled that the judiciary has no power to in "rfe
SSm 1 fn?l0n? G?vernor of the SUte. The Walker forces ha"
S? i ?fohlb,tu,K Governor Roosevelt from removing him from
office if, in the Governor's opinion, the evidence presented at the heai-in
warrants such drastic action.
BETHANY, Sept. 8, Bethany
school will open for its autumn
term September 26. There has
been some rumor to the effect
that the opening date is to be
postponed a week, h tit tho Til m i
has not as yet been substanti
ated. Mrs. Eroll Ross and Mrs
Stewart McClure are teachers in
BRUSH CREEK. Sept. 8
September 26. according to pres
ent plans. Miss Margaret Giezik
will again teach and will make
her home at the J. C. Larson
home Miss Giezik has been
spending her summer at Normal
school and on a trip to Califor
nia. Her home is at Portland
HAMMOXn MANAGER VISITS
J'LLk CITY- Sept. 8. -Earl
Brandeberry and F. J. Miller of
Albany were in Mill City Tues
ttl' "erry, who Is mana
ger of the Hammong Lumber
company yards at Albany, coming
wt,T," ror nIS company
mi. Miner, a
West Salem News
WEST SALEM. Sept. 8. Mrs.
Esther Henningsen, who teaches
industrial arts and grade work at
the feeble minded school, began
her duties for another year Tues
day. This is the beginning of her
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Simpson
are the proud parents of a girl,
Dorothy May, born at home Mon
day, August 29. She has one
brother, seven years old.
Eugene Krebs, who recently
completed reshingllng the school
building housing the advanced
grades, has repaired the windows
and doors in the same building,
and wainscoted one of the play
rooms in the basement to save the
plastering. This completes the car
pentering, and the Janitor, Mr.
Birch, has made many Improve
ments in both buildings, and But-
ness man of Albany, accompanied
him in order to snend a few
retired busi- hours visiting old-time friends.
TOP IN QUALITY
TMaim s n
BOTTOM IN PRICE
1 Pkg. Rice Krispies
1 Pkg. Bran Flakes
1 Pkg. Pep
1 Peet's Granulated, 3
Soap. ALL FOR
White Star Tuna
100 Pound Sacks 89c
Top Notch jk
Quality. Bunch .... 4C
Blue Bell Flour
49s sack 73 c
Per Case 2.09
0 Pounds .. 87c
4 lbs. Rice
5 lbs. Beans
All for 25c
U Pound Sack.... 24c
1 Pound 28C
O Pounds 13c
Toilet Tissue -
4 Roiis 15c
Fresh & Krisp
137 S. COM'L "AT CAPLAN'S"
Ready to serve you with a complete line or rolls, bread
and pastries FRESH DAILY
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS
9 inch Pies
137 So. Cora'l. St., Phone 4010, Salem, Ore.
ler & Quistead have the contract
to screen the basement windows
in both buildings to protect the
giass. me work to be completed
oeiore scnooi opens September 19
Mrs. Charles L. Dark entertain
er members of the young married
women's Sundav school rina wits
an afternoon party at her home
Wednesday. The early part of the
anernoon was spent in organizing
me ciass into a working form, and
the following officers were elect
ed: resident, Mrs. Emmett A
Dickson; secretary-treasurer, Mrs
JacK a. (josser- utoUtunt vt
I .UHU W I o.
J. I. Miller. Th ncriv aioo
president will appoint a social
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ji b worn were outlined, a
social nour was happily spent.
Mra. uarK ana Mrs. Elmer Rier
son serving refreshment
Those present were Mrs. Charles
benwartz, Mrs. J. I. Miller, Mrs
u. i. wanace, Mrs. Darrel T.
Bradford, Mrs. George Lathrop.
mrs. Clarence A. Guderian. Mrs
w. McFarland. Mrs. S. Einfeldt.
mrs. j. lurpin, Mrs. Elmer Rer
son, airs, woyd M. Hill. Mrs. Wil- i
nam a. LaDue, Mrs. W Lawr
ence. Mrs. Emmett A. Dickson and
ine noFtess, Mrs. Dark
A mixiid quartet was organized
wtuiiesaay. with Rev nnH t
C. Li. DUTk Mr. MrParlanH nnH
AirR. k. a. Dickson taking the
parts for suDDle.ni
They hell their first rehearsal for
jsunnay s singing this week.
MONMOUTH. Sept. 8. Dr
Edward Fletcher Barrows of
Providence. R. I.. is a new mem
ber of the faculty of the Oregon
Normal school, and with Mrs.
Barrows arrived in Monmouth
Lean Helen Anderson, who will
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Meyers Takes v
. pride; i6Livs
: I Near Pratiim
PRATUM, Sept." t.--1tr. nd
Mr. i Harvey Meyers, "who wr
marHefl t hnntlfin rhnrch
wedding: at the Methodist church
bonsay anernoon, are spenopng
this week at Crater lake and the
Oregon caves. They will return
by the coasti route, stopping at
various ' beaches.- After their re
turn they will make-their home
one-half mfle wortk f Pratum.
Mrs. Meyers, Bee1 Alice Jones,
la hiwiVVnr .tnrAhm Prodncra
Milk company.faad i he Is clerk
lor can o. - bon.
In order that his family might not
go hungry, Frank Howard (above),
72-year-old paroled convict, of Bos
ton, Mass., stole a pair of shoes,
thereby violating his parole. He
must now go back to the Massachu
setts State Prison for tk . k;.
life. Howard served 17 years of a j
kowoci imposed ia 1897 for
robbery and was paroled for good
occupy the home of Mrs. Hilda
Butler, is here, and Miss Clara
Trotter, supervisor of intermedi
ate and advanced grades In the
training school, also Is In Mon
mouth. Both women come from
MRS. rOFPEV TtETTRXS
SILVERTON.. Sept- 7. Mrs. C.
L. Coffey has returned to her
home at Sllverton after spending
several days with her husband at
Portland, where he has an apart
ment house. He plans to do ad
vanced study work. He was at
one time principal of the Junior
high school here. Mrs. Coffey will
begin her fourth year teaching at
Valley View. aad-May Coffey,
who has been with the Sllverton
Appeal-Tribune for the past year,
is planning to ge to Portland to
enter business college.
"Eecape Is hope-
STATE AND COMMERCIAL STS
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iV a 4u ,T7 " 3. . nuJ 10 w Pncea during this period of eeonom y,
lfmU .Ul f00d buyer8 ean 8tretch lheir rs to the
The following item
& SATURDAY. SEPT. 9TH anrf 1 0TH PUy P"Cea '
Large cans. Limit
49 lb. .
Crowa Ilest Patent
40 lb. sk.
BEGINS AT KEIZER ! I
n.t.lt.li. Sen! ! r.
o .io ,u lUi8 secnon, as else
where, are up in the air. They
have three alternatives: To sell
for nothing, dry. or let th r.
rot in the orchards. One man has
fa Hen , hi, fruit and put the hogs
into the prunes scattered on the
Several dryers are in operation.
"ic urei siariing Wednesday, in
eigui or io dryers will be
working in this section, with the
ia to ne idle, some owners are
running only their own crop.
Bum are running commercially
auuie uave rented their drv
There is plenty of labor avail
doie, ana more will be in the.
pruno yards after this week, as
me large nop yards ahont hir.
expect to finish the season's pick-
ins Dy me end of this week.
Pure Cane Limit
Sack 100 lbs. $4.19
H ELMER RUE VISITS
MLiV EiiiTON, Sept. 8. Mr. and
Mr3. Helmer Riie anil snn rnn-.
land are spending a few days at
ouvenon as guests of Mr. Rues
rather. Helge Rue. Helmar. who
was rormeriy manager of the Sil
venon sareway store and since
has been manager of the store at
Garibaldi, has been transferred
to Washington state where he
win manage a store.-
Pure Lard, 3 lbs. 25c
Pure Vegetable Shorten-
wy, 3 lbs. 25c
Crisco, 3-lb. can ' 45c
Gold Medal Cake Flour
Pure Vanilla, Schilling's
Best, 2-oz. bot. 23c
Baking Powder, Calumet,
lb can 25c
Salt, Leslie's Plain
Iodized, 2 pkgs. .
Side Bacon, lb 15c
Picnics, lb 11c
Bacon Backs, lb 15c
Campbell's All Varieties
Limit O cans 25c
Tall cans 3 for 25c
CANNED CORNED BEEF
. 12 oi. can 15c
Our Best Ground to Suit 29c lb.
Economy Blend 23c lb.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Orange, Juicy, Booklet lOc Doz.
' Onions 10 Ibe. lOc
Sweet Spad New Crop 7 ibe. 20c
Tomatoes, Home Grown 4 lb lOr
New Potatoes 1.1 lb.v15r
I jjjl 2.00 Delivered Free, Sugar Excepted. Phone 3837 ' j
PKbne 7536 0ri 171 S. Commercial St. l
j WeDeKver g Salem, Ore. j
J Crescent Pore Vanilla The Crescent iil!tWH'ilf!Mi!lt! $ !' !;S 7M. S " ' .
nllla and told us to give a bottle with each I'ilHM
fi 1 lb. can Crescent Baking jj
j Powder at tiOC
Any kind we have in stock included in
uoraens, Alpine, Federal, ) r
Armour's, etc. Limit Deans
While 3000 pounds last. Small
New crop Oregon, exceptionally
9 ibs. 28 c
2 Cans 25C
Try these delicious whole dams
Abundance of Local Grown
Fresh Fruit & Vegetables
Green Corn, Tender Carrots, Cauliflower, Sweet, Ten
der Green Peppers, Tomatoes for slicing or canning,
Elberta and Crawford Peaches, Melons, Gravenstein
Blue Rose Rice, 4 lbs. 15c
Matches, 6-box Carton 18c
Good Quality Brooms 27c
Red handle, 4 sewed , a