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Accident Driver Fined Ken- Bartraff Grow Almonds -Al-
netli Williams or TiuamooK, oceu- monas, notlibefu, 45 in number
pant of one of the automobiles! in on one braneh, were grown this
a collision at Brunk'a corners ire- year by Joe Bartruff who Urea
cently that resulted in severe jin one-bait mil north of Cbemawa.
juries to a Dallas girl, yesterday By error The Statesman yesterday
was fined $100 and sentenced: to spoke of Bartruff's plantings as
six months in Polk county Jail filberts. He has two almond trees,
when ho pleaded guilty before ten years of age. Ona froio two
Justice of the Peace Elmer D. years ago and Is slowly recover-
Cook at West Salem yesterday tag. The- other, nrotected bv a
morning? on a charge of belnsl south exposure, has done exceed-
BE6U AT BROOKS
Department U Negotiating
For tha I Right of way
At $200 Acre
THE closing day , of the state
lair,- and every Indication
.mmm. 1t V. m. Ut mm m-mmwm mm.
mmmmWMW WU VW W WJ H WW Vm U
a big day. Fats, juniors, costumes,
kids, parades, Portland delega-
Widening of the Paclfla high-
drank on a public highway, j It llngly well and this year baa a I TZ "Sht-of-way from to 80 1 tlone plus all the ether things on
ho pays the tine, tha Jail sentence j bumper crop. i . I t!et noT rom .Gouleya corner I a larger scale ara on tha program
will bo suspended. Kenneth was
at Brooks haa already begun In j for tha fair. Tha Tlth annul sUt
riding In the rear seat ot the se- I Dance KentJ hall every Saturday, preparation lor road improve- j fair will dose tonight an tha profit
dan drlTen by his brother, Robert, ... . . ! "" .woa w oe sianea alda of tha ledger.
and occupied by Minnie Bunke of , " Y "T,f .'TTTT .1 iam' iuxwm ax9 unatr
Dallas WM tw0 fatalities due to Indus- way on the part of tha highway
I trial accidents In Oregon during department to obtain needed ad-
Now is the time to renew ybur th week ending September 29, ditlonal right-of-way north from
Statesman subscription, by mail according to a report Issued by Woodburn to Aurora,
only 23 a year during the annual tte industrial accident cons- Tha average price said to bo
bargain period. Offer good tor mission here today. The victims pai4 by the highway commission
limited time, not good outside' of were John J. Poorman, Portland, u 200 an acre for tha 10-foot
Oregon. I and Frank Qulnn. Lebanon. There strip purchased on either side ot
row to Tumble Rock shore Do- ... , . , . '
.. . ... . Ui. llisnam Are Fmt Onl-r two Omm TtliwtMit
SaVoteTat 7lo olng on along f gto" l" m
senator hotel at i o ciock : in tne . w Uh h. th wM.i. between Willamette and Mon-
.Urt tba 12-mile hike W- Glbb Wenatcheo. Wash. to lake p ace. mouth NorjnaL Today tha Unl-
Wt lft tfeS T?mbla Rocif to n D- F- stone of Portland, at NegoUations were made last f0?0 play,KSU
A iJL Rired at 'tho rty and Center, streets; L. week with owners of business Clara college at Eugene, while tha
hoW a?e Ed' Honell lUder W..Schrunk. 43 North Winter, establishments along tha highway won Staters Uka SUntord
noiei are tua iioiineu, leaaer. . MltHt,i,n tha ws. at Portland. It Is predicted tha
Letna l. Feiiey, uuoys Miaer, ' " --r . r- Oreron-Santa Clara xama will be
i vi sv ux Liioan aaimuiuumKnui w ran i -
And talk about a Saturday ha
Oregon for sport lovers and for
entertainment. la addltlo to
the state fair with, ita rodeos,
and the world series game,
which starts at 11:30, there are
two biff footbll game in the
state, let alone a championship
baseball team la action on the
coast. Too Jbad they couldnt
have been Strang out.
The sporting period started out
W. I. McCloud, J. W. Moore,
Prndentlal Sum Suit to fore- in the main reluctant to hare tha bettr of tn two "6t for Sat"
Tempieton ana x-aim uurcu. ; k(Wm y,,,,.- ln cIrcQlt coart b i.t -
For sale, registered Pointer dog, the Prudential Insurance company indicated j they would expect to
6 yrs. old, $10. Inquire 20e i ruuM ana umer. ipe reimoursed tor the cost of I
Pay. $25 Pine -Ellen Ellens friwrL
. . L kn.. . .-j v ..,. ul MMsiu-ui yosiuon 10 conunue
Fight Orer Sheep Joe Mar- r"" "-Z"JltZ. - p v.. business. Reports as yet not offl-
ty and T. M. Boling got into a P"n" elally rertfled by the highway
tight orer sheep they owned ( 4o- JiTw&iS 112 JH 1 ,wiLZ commission, are to the effect one
gether, according to justice court i riV u& I purchase has been made ot 20
Wonder what Qoeen liildred
nad Princessea Amgnsta and
Pauline will feel like- to step
down to Just one ef the rest of
represented la this trio, as both
prtneeasea are employes, Aar
ata at the banking d?artment,
end Paelina ln the iasaraaoe d
partaemX. Thy saade fJae rnl ;
l&s; trie this week. "
September, which bid adieu last
Seniors, Sophomores Name
Mew Heads; Juniors ;
- Pick Nominees 1
Aa, the result ef the sophomore
class election at the senior high
school, nominations for which
I were made the first et the week.
Vera DaJardlnwaa elected presi
dent et this yeara group. Other
officers were elected as follows:
night. prcW to be the driest Sep. i Secretary, Joyce Phelps: stu-
tember tor years, registering .01 flat cooacU members. C. Dyer
ot aa Inch of precipitation. And It "4 Batt Sawyer; treasurer. Carl
was this September which saw the Mason; eong leader, PrisciUa
big American Legion eoarentioa 8 Imp kins; forensle manager. Har-
and produced more perfect waath- ol Iacaa; yell leader. Joe
er for the state fair. Wonder what Manny; Tlce-prealdant, sergeant-
the record will be tor October.
ZText week will see rlrtaally
all vacation at aa end nad ail
fflclala and state employee
back at their desks. There will
still 1e a few absentees noted,
but It wont be Ions; now. The
state legislature la too clone,
and what la mora, the general
election la only five 'weeks eft.
We hare heard a lot about dif
ferent state officer oat hunting, j
but somehow they must hare all
come back so tar empty handed.
The boys- at the press gallery
hain't been lnrited to any reni-
son dinners nor presented with
venison steaks. But we know that
as soon as one ot them de get a !
deer It will be broadcast:
aterms and class editor to be
elected later. .
Elected as president of the sen
lor class waa Lee Welsstr; - vice-
president. Ruth Johnson: . secre
tary, Grace Peters; treasurer,
Archie MaeDonald; student coun
cil members. Jack Bush. Evelyn
Haag and Marlon Mia thorn; for
ensle manager, Harry Mosher;
sergeant-at-arms, Oswald Morley;
song leader. Mabel Lena.
Juniors Tote Soon
At the junior class meeting held,
yesterday, the following students
were nominated for office: Pres
ident, Joe Baker; .vice-president,
Barbara McDonald, Norman Scott,
Doris Drager; secretary. Betty
Syewart. Jean Doolittle and Doug
Drager; treasurer. Bob Burdttte,
Ed rarrlngton and Vera Adams;
student council. Bob Brown ell,
Dan Clark. Walt Cllne, Orrllle
Varty and Iran Oehler; class ed
itor, Wallace Sprague, Betty
Abrams and Roberta MeGlichrist;
Interelass rivalry. Junior Ritter,
Parnell Kupper. Gene Tower and
Bee Mann Is; song leader, Joyce
Albee and June Edwards; yell
leader, Harold Beall; sergeant-at-
arms, Gordon Read.
junior class will be voted on the
first 6t the week. -
-". ' :
Honoring ; Ellis
Soon, St. Louis
Dr. R. V. Ellis of Ketehikaa.
Alaska, well known to many peo
ple in Salem where he for four
years' attended medical school at
Willamette university. Is shortly
to be made a fellow et . the .
American College et 8urgeons.
accord lag to word received here.
."Because of your years of
practice and professional stand
ing, it was unanimously recom
mended that yon be not required
to submit the nsual ease histories,-
Franklin H. Martin, direc
tor general ef the college. In
formed Dr. Ellis. Dr. Ellis will,
thus be able to receive the fel
lowship at- St. Louis In October.
Instead of waiting several. years.
I He will make the trip from Alas-
The candidates for office la the ka at that time.
$25 and costs.
In this city Wednesday Sept.
28, Martin Drechsel, aged 64
records where Marty was brought
yesterday te answer a charge; of
assault and battery. He pleaded
not guilty. Justice of the Peace
Hayden set October C at 2 p.m.
as a time for his hearing. He ras
Tepeased on his own - recogni
sance. I i
SUt Sues The state of Ore-
gon, on the relation ol : the mm- J9uL SttrTiTed bf one Mlatt MrB
u k - Margaret- Stecker ot Germany,
Work, brought suit yesterday in brotlierSf Karl Drech8el of
court here against C.R. Johon Spokane Wash and John Drech.
and the Un on Indemnity c6m- el of p; Falls, Minn., also a
pany. Ptalntlft cla hns $831 is due glster-in-Uw. Mrs. Lena Drechsel
tor material furnished the first. of this city. Funeral services Mon-
aamed defendant tor road ob day Qct 8 at 1:30 m ,rom
on which he was working. tne cnapel of SaIem MortUary,
Less than one cent a day will pay 545 North Capitol street. Inter-
onr rear's subscriotion to The UICUl Mission cemetery
Statesman by mail during Bargain
Period, now on. Send in yourj S3
today; limited time to this annual
offer which applies only to mail
subscriptions in Oregon. j
feet additional right-of-way on
the east side of the road and ne
gotiations are under way for the
purchase Jot the remainder of a
Lst spring: when the matter of
highway widening was before the
I commission a 100-foot rlght-of-
The state land department turn
ed over te the atate treasurer dur-
way was talked. The commission J ing the month ot September a to-
At the residence, 68 South
Summer street, Wednesday, Sept.
28, Mrs. Jane Day, aged 87 years.
then proposed that Marion conn-1 tal of S4.332.18, according-to 4
ty buy the right-of-way bar the report prepared by George O.
Brown, clerk of the state; land
. .Items included in the cash turn
Common school fund principal,
payments on loans, $11,793.48;
common school fund principal. In
come sources, f 1327.40; common
school fund interest, $22,788.36;
a(m i v aaliAAl i k 4 si Pksif vei At A m
John S. Vinson of Freewater. I 7,.: ' "
W 0tH0.lt !!? fund interest $1150.20; untversity
John Sj Vinson
Sees 1st and 71st
Of State Fairs
the 71st Oreeon state!. ... ... .
first fair held ln Oregon at Ore-! ,nmr. ., A..m .
ir nmi. n .r , I O"" wu un VlAC&auiaa river. I m -a i . . a, a, a. a n T
Homecoming Play The play to Also survived by two brothers, laid S flliff it i . b" trat tttnd interest, $137.
i presented by the Willamette Steven and Jesse Miller of Gar- ta hJ JtTt r 2? ' ! i 50, and J. T. Apperson fund, prin-
: . vu uvoti VL UU
Lunette university yesterday, to
ad as manager et alumni home
coming which will be an event ot
Thanksgiving week in November.
Invitations will be extended te all'
alumni in the northwest te comej
to the campus daring that week.
Gust Klempel of Aberdeen. Ida-
he, was chosen to be manager et
the university band.
IHTH ill HISTORY
university speech department 4ur- dena. Cal., one sister, Mrs. J. H. ufe' in Umatina oun
ing the annual homecoming cele
bration will be Sheridan's "The
Rivals". Tryouts for positions! on
the cast are now being held. Pres
ent plans are for homecoming to
occur on November 19, days ot jthe
game with Whitman college, j'
Wanted, used turn. Tel. 5110.
clpal and income, $129.
Rettie Sailing James Rettie,
former Willamette universitv Un
dent and graduate of Yale unit er- etery.
any, is eu rouie io .cu&iauu, m
enter the school of economics at
University ot London, according
to a letter received here yester
day. He has a fellowship and rUl
be a member of the staff of jthe
-British Christian movement.
armun or uaraena, uai., ana lour Mr. Vinson vilt-l whii.
ki-JVIIJ... a W 1 I --w mm.- v 1
.uciumren, fiua A. aieaiman with fit ft( frm W T a
TIV X n-1 .r .v. TT.. t - - . iJ n
ivitumunu, voi., mis. ricuo xxar- iora, 190 South 17th street
Tia oi jroruana, w. i. McCartney
of Salem and Mrs. Mabel Wood,
also of Salem. Funeral services
will be held Saturday, Oct. 1, at
1:30 p. m. from the chapel of Sa
lem Mortuary. 645 North Capitol
street. Rev. Fletcher Galloway of
ficiating. Interment Cityview cem-
Scio Mill Men
SCIO. Sept. 30 Krosman
brothers,; experienced timber and
CLASS 111 lYPie
The continuation school typing
. . i- i i i i i
sawmill tai.n ... ,. cihi M vuw ivuiur ui(a icuuui
Vass alder Umber to be cut Into logs 2! "? year V,s p,m,"!55
At the residence. 1653 South here and then ; to be shipped to the T"- nd wUl J116' thJ
Commercial street. Wednesday, Doernbecker company at Port- "m- JnoaI TIT Taisd?Tl "
Sept, 28. Mrs. Josephine H. Vass. land tor building furniture. No ThJ?I?4V 'ol,wln- Eactt leMon
aged 72 years. Wife of Amos contracts hare yet been msdel w 4.. , V
A dollar dance for a quarter every
Wed. and Sat. in the Moon, j
Carr Fined, Jailed Harry
Carr, who pleaded guilty in jus
tice court Friday to driving a
motor vehicle while he was I In
toxicated, was fined $100 and
tests bv Justice of the Peace
Hayden and sentenced to serve
60 days in the county Jail. Carr
was arrested by state police, j
Vass: sister of L. H. Lewis of Ly
ons, Mrs. Eula L. Mann and Mrs.
Cora M. Beardmore, both of Kan
sas, and Mrs. Ella B. Cutler of
Dallas. Member of O. E. 8.. O. E.
S. Past Matrons association and
)ut the winter outlook is held i
This class, similar to ones
which have been held tor several
years, will be ot value te those
Transcript Filed A transcript hold PI"otts and wish te
in the case of the state of Oregon Improve on their ability, and la
arainst ic r?iHrtk w.. t-a open to anyone who desires the
W. S. J. Funeral services Satur- Friday In circuit court. The case xtr. training. Students who are
day, Oct. 1. at 1:30 p. m., from " being appealed from the justice I l u wn acnooi
the Chanel of W. T. Ritdnn and court where the defendant raeelv. 1 ursw w
ea a so-aay jail sentence and a re
vokatlon of his nuto license for
Son, Rev. W. C. Kantner officiat
lng under the auspices of the W.
S. J. Interment Belcrest Memorial
Mka Elizabeth Hogg, regular
typing instructor at the high
school will be ln charge. Regis
tration may be made by attend-
O. V. I log the first class Tuesday and
Mrs. Ellis at ALsea Mrs
Ellis, 594 North LIbertr street, through Miss Violet Swansoa or
I Jfc mtt mm V - t A 1 MB tW .11
?7A n.i, i " uesu Tisiunr ner sister. I a. a- macivensie, Tocauonai ui-
v . v iuou 1 , V . . . - - I . . ... . . . .
Imcrovintr ln health. Bunnell suf
fered a severe breakdown while
acting as manager at Klamath
Falls. He was taken to a
Arthur Erickson ot Cloverdale,
Ore., was chosen by the student
IWAIO IN PREVENTING COID
BbbbcII ImproTloff Relative. Brown,
. a a. a. 4 n f Mr tha vaalrlAitA
ai one ume urea in swem, m mw ---"--""""" . 1 . " " mora nhm I m . i r-
Brown, both ofS SS S had expe'ctel to murn" to "her Wlttm bUCKSOn
years 10 months 15 days. A native nome nere Ocoer 1. Phnwn Mannat-r
of Indiana. Funeral announce- Rr.HJ it- WiUMJJJ UldlldgCl
ments later by the Terwilllger Fu- number of voters from all parts
neral Home. 770 Chemeketa L Ltl " "
How much better to be ready for street. Phone 6928. dailv at th. rnnntV JiK SZ??
an opportunity than to have p- . . rj. B. Boyer. clerk, renorta. slZ
portunmes pass by necause oi un- nict-reaay nrdar Ottnhoi 8 i , .. I " r
preparedness. Prepare at the Cp- At the residence ln Marion. ? JeStVatSn 'befor? the 7 body e"ctlyft committee ot W1I
ital Business College. Many win Ore., Sept. 28. Mrs. Soohia Jane - 8 n"
enroll next week. McCready, aged 81 years. Sur- o. .1 f
tw v nr , t n r.J. TlTed Dy 8,8ter' Mrs- Henrietta Dance in the Moon every Wed. WUlCnillq VOK
Drank Trio Jailed AH plead- woolett of Chicago: dauehters. and Sat. Only 2 5e.
lng guutyin municipal court ys- Mrs. LHa Allison of Salem, Mrs. , ' VICICS
terday on charges of being r,.,, irt- u Lumber Firm fines SnU to inL ViWI
iSS e?5fw rLSvShe: JF"i llcG.V S? SSL StAl MOSE DROP
w m ' 1 IOU, AirS. W. A . fSttin Of SlOUZ lmmBm UUB 1U VC5UU I
and M. Blackstone of Gafrey.l S. Cltr Iowa M F A w d yesterday in circuit court here by C
T Ldverei heW Jal1 i0 Montpelier. N. D.. Mrs. V. L. Fer- l.he SIlTer bomber company. -
tiTo ujs. u wc.o guson of Midland, S. Dak.; sons,
ed by city police Thursday night. u H MeCready' of Hollywood!
11 Casee Reported Eleven CaK, Ernest McCready of Midland,
new cases ot communicable dis- S-P an C. H. McCready of On-
ease were reported in Marion tario, Cal.; six grandchildren and
nnnt inat waav pinriUn a one great-grandchild. Funeral
" t ...77.." . '.i ... i Z--m I irrliii Cl.w . MBU
new ouueun ci me Biaie ooaru "'V activity period It was announced
of health. Of these, four were capi oi iougn- yesterday bv Francis Barnes ed-
measles, three Influenta, twp Barrlck company. Church at Fer- T Brnes, ed
pneumonla, one each ot whop- atreets. Rev. Robert Smith of
lng cough and pollomeningitls Marion, officiating. Interment in Chick Men to Meet The Ore-
, , - - J Lonrvllle, Iowa. gon Baby Chick association comes
Dance with Pogle tonlte. Tew r to Salem today to hold a meeting
Fark hall. Adm. 25e couple. Griggs at the chamber ot commerce
i n... hi . nospuai FTioay, sept, rooms here.
AMr-tllT Z9' BaDT QnSS9, infant child of
of $144.12 was ordered distribut-1 gr Bd unt r r YiHrn cnK.
nS7, tLyrV. mi T1Ted DT Prenu of Salem; grand-
?aA-HI..dA.8-Bh?-t8' "Jf?."' !n father. C. R. Griggs ot Crabtree:
oruer usueu . in ruuaka cuuiu i miMmnili.. ... tv..
D m w , M.S. UlftW AUUCir
son ot Portland; one sister and
one brother, Arlene and Robert,
both of Salem. Funeral announce
ments later by Clough-Barrick
company. Church at Ferry streets.
A.' E. Jans and others are named
To Hold Try-oats Try-outs for
the Clarion, Salem high student
newspaper, will be held next Mon-1
day In the assembly during the
The past month was the driest
September In the history ot the
Salem weather bareau. It waa an
nounced yesterday. Only five days
were cloudy or partly eloudy, and
only 0.01 Inch of precipitation
was recorded, that on September,
20. On September 12, a trace ot
rain was reported.
Maximum temperature for the
month was recorded Wednesday,
91 degrees, while 90 was regis
tered on several other days. Min
imum was 30 degrees on several
The one year in weather bureau
records that approaches this
year's September dryness was
1918. when 0.17 inch ot rain fell.
The greatest precipitation during
any September slnee 189$ occur
red in 1914, whan 4.84 inches of
rain fell, bringing the Willamette
river Ijo flood height.
Permit Total in
Away From 1931
Salem, among the leading cities
on the Pacific coast ln. point of
building operations in August,
last month fell back te the alow-
ed-up pace ot winter as far as val
ues were concerned. In number,
however, permits reached 82, the
highest September figure recorded
at the city building Inspector's of
fice. Total value ot the permits waa
$11,660. of which 15 permits and
$6219 was for new construction.
InSeptember, 1921. there were 68
permits with a value ot $32,671;
in 1920, 81 permits, $20,366, and
in 1929, 29 permits. $39,784.
1 Per Month
P.O. Box 123
Llllle Bernard was guardian.
' September 28-October 1
Oregon state f air.
-September 80. Willam
ette vs. Oregon Normal,
football, night game.
Obsnber of Commerce
October 8 Final date for
registration for ge a era I
Oct. 11.14 SUte conven
tion of W. C T. U. at first,
Presbyterian church. ' '
October 21-22 Ore goi
American V association -of
, University Women.
November 8 Genera,
Ishlda . r :)
At a local hospital Friday, Sept,
30, K. Ithlda, aged SI years. Sur
vived by widow, Mrs. N. Ishlda of
Lake Lab la h; one daughter, Mat
sure at home: three sons. George
and Sam of Salem and Kamao ot
Japan. Funeral services from the
Cleagh-Barrick chapel Monday,
October 3, at 2:39 p. m.
o ' o
I Births V -
o : : .I. o
Donohne To Mr. and Mrs. Col-
man' Donohue, 148 North Com
mercial street, a girl, Mary Alice,
born on September 25 at Salem
.geaeral hospital. -
j Dr. Chan Lam
j Office hoars
Tuesday and Sarnr
vday 2 to S p. m.
148' N. Commercial
4 Salem "' ' -Caoms
1 1 and 2 -
We Will be Qosed ,
All Day Today
To Observe Jewish New Year
WE EXTEND TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND
PATRONS A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE
and SALEM JUNK CO.
Saffron & Kline- 320 N. Commercial
r td Rent
Call 6910,; Used Furniture
"191 Iforth nigh
Before You Buy Your
Diamoiids, Watches and
' -Get Our Prices
- We undersell Our overhead is small
THE JEWEL BOX
173 N. Liberty St.
Watch repairing a specialty.. Don't throw your old -watch .
' away. We tlx them when others can't.
Ha North 'American Accident
Which is Iwued to Statesman
Total oS 0332916
No Delay in Paying
W. Beaton, Salem. (Wrist frac
tured, ear collision) $ 10.09
B. O. Stover, Salem. (Car over
lira. Carl Bams. (Carl B. Barns
killed is nato aceident). 1.000.00
Harry P. Gnstafson, Salem. (Car
plnnjed from highway) 44.21
P. H. Bell, Salem. (Car over
B. D. Habbard. Salem. (Struck by
ear whiU croaslnr street) 1S5.T1
lira. Nina B. Mardlck, Brooke.
(Car struck by railroad train). . S0.00
lira. H. N. Bolter. Salem. (Car
planted into ditch)
Ella A. Harris, Brooks. (Automo
Vrxlne Graham, Salem. (Automo
Ines Welty, Salem. (Automobile
Harold Cook, Tlrard. (Automobile
planted into ditch)
Madeline M. Glesy, Salem. (Car
J. T. Hatner. Sublimity. (Cur col
lision) Yalma C Rowland. Salem. (Car
Ifrs. W. W. Rosebranth. Saleav.
A. if. Patrick. Salem. (Car struck
Carl F. Green. Salem. (Hit by car
Florence Snod trass, Amity. (Head-
on collision ) . . .
' e e '
Ella Edelman, Salem. (Hit by car
while crossing street)
Dewey A. Brundldre, Brooks. (Car
Glen W. Olmsted. Salem. (Automo
W. B. Kyle, Sclo. (Struck by car
while erosslnt street)
Ira B. Bashey, Salem. (Automo
Mrs. Olxa O. Hoffard, Salem. (Car
W. W. P. Wlebe, Salem. (Struck
by car) 108.57
James S. Taylor, Salem. (Auto
planted Into ditch) (7.14
H. N. Peetx, Salem. (Automobile
Sirs. Grace Chenoweth. Los Ante-
les. (Automobile collision) .... 25.71
O. F. Sturges, Brooks . (Automo
bile collision) 11.42
John Bates, Salem. (Car collision) 24.22
Do Tie Bates, Salem. (Car collision) 25.71
J. T. Holts, Salem. (Car collision) 10.84
Mrs. M. E. Wooster. Molalla. (Car
Mrs. A. L. Brown. Salem. (Struck
by motorcycle) 22.28
Win. Pick all. Shaw. (Car collision) S.S7
Lloyd T. Van Nays. Tamer. (Car
Reda Godsey, Salem. (Car struck
Berals Godsey. Salem. (Car col- N
Henry 8. Peck. Salem. (Thrown
from automobile) 114.22
Wayne Ransom. Aumsvllle. (Auto-
mobile wreck) 40.84
A. P. Layton, Salem. (Car planted
into ditch) 28.57
Leroy T. Foreman. (Car collision) 12.88
Mrs. Lucy U. Boyd, RL 8, Salem.
.(Car overturned) 84.28
Rev. 8. Darlow Johnson, Salem.
Car planted from highway).... 98.78
Mrs. Llllle J. Crawford. RL 4. Sa
lem. (Car collision) 88.98
Doris Glffln. RL 7. Salem. (Cur
Geo. W. Boley, Salem. (Car col
James A. Lea, Chicago. (Car
planted from highway) 10.00
John A. Starker, Brooks. (Injured
ln car collision) 88.02
John E. 8harelan. Salem. (Injured
when car left the highway 80.00
Other claims are coming In almost dailv. These are paid promptly. Don't delay.
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Still worse than war. . .
50,510 members of the A. E. F. killed in action and died
of wounds during 1 8 months of World War.
182,674 members of the A. E. F. wounded not mortally,1
in action during 1 8 months of World War.
53,650 killed in automobile accidents in the U. S. in 18
months: ending December 3 1 , 1 93 1 .
1,576,840 injured, not fatally, in automobile accidents in
the U. S. in 1 8 months ending December 3 1 , 1 93 1 .
268 killed in automobile accidents in OREGON and
5695 injuredyin automobile accidents in 1 93 1 . ' .
. 103 killed in automobile accidents in' OREGON and
. 2111 injured in automobile accidents in first six months
of 1932. ! ,
v It pays to carry the Accident Insurance
Policy issued to Statesman Subscribers