The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 23, 1932, Page 6, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX
The) OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. f Oregon. Friday Mornings September 23, 1931
.1
ID S TO SPEND
M'
''if
Manager Believes Bottom
Of Commodity Market .
Is Reached
Over 1 10,5 00.000 will be soar
4 Into the commodity and man
ufactorers market ' daring the
last four months of the year by
. Montgomery ' Ward & Compaay'i
Pacific coast units. Of this
amount over $7,500,000 will be
pent with Pacific coast factories
and la western markets. This was
the announcement, of Beatty
Stevens, regional manager of the
company for the coast, today. In
explaining his firm's purchasing;
program tor the last part of
Already orders haTe been plae
editor merchandise for delivery
DRUGS
niR so mm
Wll.ll WIUIUUVIVUU
Market Drug Store
cVl. wellman
Weekend and Monday Specials
In The Market
25c Listerine
Shaving Cream
1.00 Ironized
Yeast
50c
Phenolax
1.25 Creo-
mulsion
1 pt. Norwegian
Cod Liver Oil
12 oz. S.T.-37
Antiseptic -
Hunting Knives with
scabbard, Q C
4 in. blade OO C
$1.00 Squibb's
Petrolatum
$1.00
Nujol
25c Mennen"s
Talc (Men)
$1.50 Takara
Powder
70c Sloan's
Liniment
$1.50
Agarol
$1.50
Petrolager
$1.50 Pinkham'a
Vegetable. Co. -
50c Gillette
30c
Blades..
FALL
.Warner
Bros.
-20-LIVING
MODELS
Presenting the
Newest in
Fall Wearing
Apparel for Men
and Women
Mb'
3:
this and during the- succeeding
three months of the year, ac
cording; to Mr. Stevens. The to
tal amount of the program la ap
proximately 28 per cent greater
than for. the same period of a
year ago.. -. .
"Montgomery Ward A Com
pany la convinced that we- hare
seen the bottom of . the commo
dity markets," said Mr. Stevens
today. "W are acting bn oar
conviction and hare placed, and
will - place nearly 11 millions In
orders : tor merchandise to be
used In our mall order houses
and local .stores. .: . -; V :
j VWe are especially pleased to
be1, able to announce that orer
17.500,000 of this amount will
bo placed with Pacific coast
manufacturers and craftsmen. It-
should mean increased momentum
for the industries of this region
and, consequently, toward better
ing the purchasing power of er
ery Individual."
SHAW The Shaw public school
will start Sept. 28. Miss Jessie
Richards will bo teacher. This
la her second term here.
PRESCRIPTIONS
N70 N. Commercial St
25c Colgate's
Tooth Paste
1 lb. Pure
Castile Soap .....
1 lb. Uncut .
Agar Agar
'$1.00 Melloglo
Powder
50c Day Dream
Powder ..
16c
25c
59c
63c
39c
$2.00 S. S. S.
Remedy
35c Tiz Foot
Tablets
25c Blue
Jay Pads
$1.69
23c
19c
$1.00 Eveready
Fountain Pen
79c
FOR BABY
15c Faultless
Nipples, 3 for
$1.20
S M .A...
$1.20
Lactogen
75c Dextro-
maltose
25c B & B
Baby Talc
$1.00
Ovaltine .
$1.00 Hor
lick's M. M
25c
89c
89c
59c
15c
69c
75c
Carton
90c
Light Bulbs, 15,
30, 60 -IA
Watt eachlUC
KIEILED VEKi
STYLE REVIEW
ELSIN0RE
The Fashion Revue. 60 successful Thursd
-11 r
US
Attend this most Important rent made possible
by tht followinf firms
SHIPLEY'S
SMART SHOP
N
O wonder it haa been getUngj
cnlllr of late, i After -.wanr
florin down the streeU
last nlrht and obsernng wo
crowd, one couldn't neip. do im
pressed with . the importance ax
tha event belnc celebrated. The
Fall Onenlnr was officially ' her
alded and the furnace stuffing I
reason Is on. .
And so, a with the felraad
the rodeo. With Mildred ze&-
er being selected as the que
by Sale purchasers,, sae sriu
rule oyer that -f ea&re of the
71st annual state fair, Monday
will usher In the oae-week aj
rlcnltaral exhibition and fan
program. And lias la busy mak
ing final arrangements.
While the 'winner of the rodeo
queen, contest, with rotes running
Into the millions, was not from
the state-house group, two ram
ners up and close contestants rep
resented official Oregon. Miss
Augusta Notdurft, was third and
will be one of the queen's attend
ants, while WInnlfred Senn ran
a close fifth.
Of ail the 47 giria listed, the
one named Fern Roan, one of
the newshonnds commented,
'should have Woa the contest.
The queen will rule -over the
Strawberry Roan Rodeo. What
could be more appropriate than
"fiueen Roan" ruling the event.
But somehow voters don't aeem
to appreciate such things.
Representative Frank B. An
drews from Multnomah county.
who was active during the 1921
session at Salem, was a visitor
here yesterday. This year he will
I look on. while the others transact
business, as he was defeated la
me primaries. He stated it ap
peared settled that Snell would
Air. H. Kiggins, Formerly of tha
Holmes Monarch Grocery
has purchased the balance of the
stock on hand and will re-open the
store for business Saturday morn
ing. Would be pleased to have all the
old customers as well as new come
in. I will feature lower priced groc
eries and also better FREE delivery
service.
May I Serve You?
TONIGHT
ay evening, will be repeated
3
OA
me
BISHOP'S
MAN'S SHOP .
FASHiONETTE
MontgomeryV ard & Co.
Cccsm VSJLV3 dssi9'
be speaker of the house.
tk aDDOara oncaalaailos of;
the house wfU take very little
time.- So euro of beta elected
speaker, 8nell has. already eoa-
sadered commlttnos and pas tern
tetlvely named hia committee
chalnoea. . Of coarse this caa
aot be aanoamced soUfl the
aeaiagj ,mud also there may
,he some eieotloa iipeeta, .
-There would be great wealth
ready for the mam who coald ln
rent an accurate crowd estimator.
or, an instrument to reoord the
number at large gatharinga. Orer
the eapltol yesterday estimates of
the crowd who greeted OoTernor
Roosevelt here the night before
ran from 1100 to lt.000. No
wonder more newshouada can't
always figure correctly.
Filing for political office
close today. If there are any
ambitious persons who csjanoi
get oa oae ef the five political
tickets already listed for the
contest, all they hare tode Is
to get 100 voters together aad
hare them name them as In
dependent candidates. But this
must be done before fire
o'clock tonight.
One visitor to the atalehouse
commented yesterday that the
eapltol nruat have reopened this
week. He came down and said
he found about everybody in their
offices and more activity around
man Las been noted since the
last legislative session. It Is be
ginning to look like a busy season
until after the coming session.
It Is interesting to note how
many people climb up into the
peak of the state eapltol dome
and look dowa oa the city. Aa
average of 60 persons daily
Starting
9 P.M.
again tonight.
See th New
Afternoon,
ummSTREET ,i:
and
EVENING
Styles for Men and Women
presented at the Elsinore
Tonight, starting at
9 o'clock
m
1
i
FOBE-iKM
t forget-me-not days, September
It
ana mm. wan iuiw i
mam wui mmm I
US BVBVUt .VI vue W HU1VT"
tnnate of their, number, reeeired
the official approval of Mayor r
M. Gregory, who proclaimed It as
follows:
I, P. 1L Gregory, mayor of the
city of Salem do hereby dealgaate
Sept 21-21 as Forget-Me-Notdays
for the benefit of all Diaaaiea
Americas Veterans of the World
war. It Is my hearty wlah that
the. city officials and the public
In general render all possible as
sistance tor this worthy cause,
as these men fare up their
health and are still suffering from
their disabilities incurred la
tense of thalr and our coantrr. 1
To the people of Salem, I wish
that these two ders be made a
real Forget-Me-Not to show these
boy that we are still with them
the same aa they were for us la
lflT-101t.M
Opener on Deer
Draws Gervais
Men Into Hills
GERVAIS. Sept. 22 Tbeopen
lnsr of the hunting season drew
several from this locality to the
various hunting sections this
week. J. E. Cutsforth, Mike Ma-
honey, Dick and George Harrison.
Joe Zellner. Rosa. E11U and
Chauncey McDougall; Sterling Me-
Cnllen: Rule Cutsforth and
DeJardln are all out for deer.
Gabe DeJardln and M. Clifford
Movnihan of Salem are In the
party with A. DeJardln.
climb the circling stops. The
record ma far has be?n 700 ta
one day.
As this column rti hefns writ-
tan the strains of the drum corpa
came floating Into Ihe news room
The familiarity of the snappy airs
reminded that the national cham
pion corps of Salem has had little
rest of late. After playing; In two
parades in Portland, then the pre
liminaries and finals to win the
title, followed by all night par
ades In Portland, playing the
closing- of the Legion contention,
at their return reception in Sa
lem, the corps Wednesday played
for Gorernor Roosevelt In Port
land and again last night for the
Fall Opening. Hats off to' those
boys they certainly haven't had
time to do much else.
Things are
certamly popping
TOMOKXOW JT
therm ayft
TILLBB SW.
y 1
Blessed Events
Marion county.
fool
You enn't
AlVIN ROBERT!
(WwrWi dump KtjUk tttftr)
115 South
hub
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JONTEEL TOILETRIES
DEEP CUT PRICES
for Friday and Saturday
REMEDIES
85a Kruschen
Salte
85o Jal
Salta
60c Sal
Hepatica
COo Syrup '
of Figs
$1.50 Upjohn's
Citroearbonats
47c
49c
39c
39c
98c
TOILETRIES
31.00 Ever
Dry
(Os Mam
Deodorant
$1.00 Ingram's
M. W. Cream
25s Paquln's
Hand Cream
$1.00 Pond's
Face Powder
69c
39c
69c
17c
79c
TOOTHPASTES
25s Colgate's
Paste .......
10s Kolynos
19c
29c
29c
Pasts
10a Psbece
Paste . .'
50s Detoxol
Paste .......
40s Sqalbe's
Dental Cream
39c
33c
S0 MODESS SAN1
TABY NAPKINS .:
lie
Special
BJDEPENDENT
Good News!
QTHNCT, FUl. Bept II (AP)
anaoaneement that August
business Increased 100 per cent
orer the same month la If II was
made by the Harana. Florida CI-
nofin. wi- mnAA m
ntrht hirt sddaA.
FAU, RIVER." Mass.. Sept 22
(AP)-r-The . Kerr thread -mill
announced it haa placed Its 2,400
employes formerly, working oa
a three or four day basis -oa fall
six day a week shifts. . -
MEW YORK. S.L IX UP)
The Chesapeake and Ohio railroad
a leading eastern coal carrier.
ported freight traffic last week
aet a new record for. 1032. Car-
loadings of 21.640 cars-were re
ported a. per cent better than
de-Uhe fprmer high of the year last
arcn.
CHICAGO, Sept. 22 (AP)
The Internal revenue department
released figures showing con
sumption of cigarettes showed i
gala during July the first ad
vance la Iff months. Cigar and
tobaeeo sales were reported about
steady. There were 0,121,902
cigarettes sod la August, a gala
of IS.T4X.S19 over Us same
month la 1921 the revenue de
partment said.
NASHVIIXK. Tenn.. Sept. 22
(AP) The Jarmln show com
pany announced It has placed aa
order with aa Ohio leather con
cern tor 1,000,000 feet of calf
skin, which will require the hides
of 83.000 animals.
LINCOLN. Neb.. Sent 11
(AP) Woods brothers construc
tion company today announced Its
payroll had increased In 30 days
trom 480 to 1200 men and that
la another month is would reach
8,000 men, approximating the
1921 level. The men are empicff
ed on floor control and Inland
navigation construction along the
Missouri and Mississippi rivers
from St. Joseph to Memphis. This
work will entend, the announce
ment said, far Into 133.
School Opening
At Point Slated
For October 3
VICTOR VOINT. Sept. 22 The
Sllverton high school bus made
Its usual rounds to pick up stu
dents Monday. From this section
Thelma Humphreys, Sophia Lar
son, Lucille Archibald. Clair Mor
ley, LeLland Ray and Eddie King
are attending Sllverton.
Grade school will not open here
until October 3. Mrs. Daphna
Thornley Hunt will teach and will
drive back and forth from home
in the Valley View district
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Fischer
will move to their cottage at the
state fair Sunday. .A second cot
tage owned by the Fischers will be
occupied this year by Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd T. Fox also of this,
community.
MISS BUSCH IX HOSPITAL
KINGWOOD, Sept 22. Miss
Mamie Busch, who underwent an
emergency operation for appendi
citis Monday night at a Salem hos
pital. Is reported recovering satis
factorily. Commercial St.
BEAUTIFYING more
complexion, than ever before
Women etstjeseia have learned from
experience that high price is aot the only
sign of quality in beauty creations, Se
bow they choose Joateell
Jfonteel Face Powder with its ssientias
d cream base dings lasting!! Joateel
Cold Cream Is the popular three eursese
Try taenu
BACK to SCHOOL I
They need these
VITAMINS
The best way ts keep your children
strong and well dozing trying school
days is to see that they get plenty of
Vitamins A sad D. 8e choose Pureteet
Cod liver Ofl H Is
the cream of the finest
apply of cod Brer efl.
Always ask for Pure
test Cod liver Oi
COD
LIVER 7C
OIL' Pint
5g6(g O&QJ
This Month ONLY
MILKol
MAGNESIA
TOOTH PASTl
and
KLENZO Toed.
Brusk wftii HolcJer
QlifO
S ALEM DnpCGISTS
eura
WOi
1
t
A large .number of high school
rlrls need to obtain work for their
room and board,' and If possible.
for a small amount of expense
money. Miss Mabel P. Robertson,
dean of girls, Wednesday issued, a
call for household positions for
these students.
"Ton would be surprised how
many girls worked for their room
and hoard last year." ' she said.
These girls, many of them, sim
ply can't attend sehool If they do
not obtain these positions." -
Miss Robertson each rear ob
tains clothing tor many of the
girls and provides them with
books when they cannot afford to
purchase them.
Persons desiring to employ alga
school cirls may reach Miss Rob
ertson by telephoning i) l Be
tween 2 a. m. and 2:20 p. m. each
school day.
BOY TO TOEPFEH
SUBLIMITY. Sept. 21 Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Toepfer are the parents
of a son born' Tuesday night at
their home. Mr. Toepfer Is owner
of the Sublimity .confectionery.
See large four page illustrated circular
just out.
This sale is In conjunction with a nation
wide 88c Sale, sponsored by Marshall
Field & Company, the world! largest
manufacturers and distributors.
Come early for best selections
IS
DRY GOODS COMPANY
176 N. Liberty St. Excella Patterns 15, 20 and 25c
HIGHEST
5
137 S. Coaueerclel
LOWEST
Armour's, Oregon
Tall Milk
5 For 19C
Limit
Kerr'e Hot Cake
Flour
Large
Package
14c
pkg.
Rolled Oats
V Pound Sack 24c
Crystal White
Soap
10 Cakes 25c
Morton's Salt
Sc Package
Limit
White Kins
Granulated
Limit
Large Package 25c
WKealies
. For Breakfast
12c
Pkgs. for-
Sweet Potatoes
O Poands 11c
, Netted Gem :
50 Pound Sacks 41c
CAPLAW'S1 CASH GROCERY
137 South Commercial St
Mr. and Mrs. X. W. Kermor and
soa Vincent "will leave Monday
for Hood-KlTer where they will
be employed picking apples.
Kindergarten
Class Enrolls
5V Youngsters
"
GERVAIS. Sept. 22 Mrs. Berta
Barker's kindergarten class got
off to a gVxd start when It opened
Monday, Five pupils are now en
rolled. ' Classes are .held Monday,
Wednesday and Friday mornings
from t to 11:20. -
Those so far enrolled are "Rob
ert Warren Harper. Rena Roth
Harper, Betty Lorn Phillips, Mary
aane Mlnaker and Lloyd Dale
Browa. This Is a aew venture for .
Gervais.
Howe to Preach
At Rural School
SUNNTSIDE, Sept. 22. Rev.
D. J. Howe resigned pastor ef the
First Xkrlatlaa church at Salem,
will preaeh at the schoolhouse
here Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock
It Is announced.
SALE
OO
IN QUALITY
TeL 40 It
IN PRICE
CERTO
19c Bottle
ft Limit
Grape Nuts
For good health
10c
Package
Del Monte Coffee
Palm Olive Soap
23c
2 Giant Crystal WTiite
Free
Jell Dessert
eJ Packages 10c
Gold Medal
Softasilk
The Cake Floor
1
21c
Pkg.
Cake Cooling Rack Free
. Blue Bell Flour
Hard Wheat
49's 73c