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aDERAL MONEY FOR
piHtrlbution of tlio $11 5.4U5.74 re
cently received by tho Btuto from the
fcilonil Kuvurmiirnt for ftpuorllumuoin
ainonK Hio VKi-louH cmintien comuiuiiit,
foroHl iPMU've ureiiH, woh oouinleieu
Momluy by ttHii A. Kouor, deputy Dec
' reuu-y u' tat". Iho npiM'i'tWinmem
whluii i. lttHP(l upon tho munbur ui
ui-rt of forwrt reaerve in the count)
lopithur Willi tho rocnlpu of tho ro
Hcrvo fur tho year 1m an follow:
Hakor county, 111,262. D3; Clack
:ima ,2,701.13; DoHchutPH, 11,41.61);
DouKhiB, 14,684.45; Grant. $24,700.07;
llmnoy, 4, 010.08; llootl Kiver,
$347.71 ; JuckHon, $8,658.68 ; Jefferson
$211.67; Klmiiftth, $8,DB4.!I9; Luke,
$6,704.05; Miilhour, $89.18; Marlon,
2S7.80; Morrow, $988.45; Multnomah,
$247.81; Uniiitlllu, $3,280.48; Union,
$8,683.06; Wullowa. $28,720.76; Wiw
to, $1,:I23.78; Whuoler, $1,367.80.
Under a law enacted at tho 1915
mwmIoii of the legislature a Mettlemnm
won effected between thu counties
which had prevloUMly been oveiimL,
from thin fund nml thouo whol ly hud
boon underpaid. I'ndor thin arrwiK
jiittnt credit- are tiolnff ullowed ut IIiIk
tlnio, fr jiii fund due tho couiitleit, us
lk-iitcm, $1.12; ClacknmiiH, $715.55;
Cooh. $282.03; Crook. $2,876.78; Cum
$1,738.81 ; Hood Itlver, $708.1 1 ; Jef.
lornon, $63.46; .loHcphljio, $1,685.83;
Lane, $1,791.60; Lincoln, $340.28; Linn
$4!2..13; Marlon, $263.93; Multnomah.
$167.21; Hoik, $9.71; Tilamook, $178.
39; Yumhlll, $65.12.
LOCAL FORD DEALERS
MAKE BEST SHOWING
All orders for Ford car received
Vy tho Valley Motor company and
other Ford dealers of tho Hlato by
' January 15 will bo filled by tho Kurd
. Motor company, denplte tho curtailed
output of the factory, uccordliiR to an
Huranrcs Riven by 8. A. KtollwaKon,
tho now Ford mnmiKcr for Oregon, ut
tho convention of Ford and Porilxon
dealers of the state, hold ut the Hotel
liciiHon, In Portland Friday.
Watt Hhlpp, John ilarblmn 'and
lien Vlck were, tho representatives of
tho Valloy Motor company, which was
complimented iih belli tho Oregon
uneiicy with tho moHt bonafldo orders
on file to (lute, during tho HeSHlima
which wnro hold both In the after
noon and tho evening. The Valley Mo
tor company lias orders for 128 cms
and tho announcement of Mr. Btell
waiton ousurcB tholr delivery by Jan
Many mutters of great importance
regarding the Ford hhIch, policies, ser
vloo and general dtatrlbutlon of Ford
products wore taken up,nl80 a new
film recently received from tho Ford
nun factory, entitled "Keep the boy on
the farm," was nhown and was highly
interesting. Thin film will bo Known
In Hulem during the corn show at one
of tho local theaters.
COLD WAVE TIES UP
Denver. Colo., Ieo. If. A minimum
of 19 below eoio offtc. ..:y recorded
here not a record for tho tourth cold
wave which has struck Denver and
Colorado within bIk weeks. Telegraph
and telephone service between Denver
and the outside world was soriously
erlpplod, due . to snapping of wires
from tho oxtreme cold.
Two Daxscniror trains scheduled t
leave Denver last night were stalled,
duo to storm conditions east.
The western slope reported extreme
ly heavy snowfall with sub-zero tem
Hoavy snow and low temperatures
were reported from the Rocky Moun
tain states generally, extending south
ward Into New Mexico, and eastward
Into Nebraska and Kansas.
The cold spell will last ono more
day, It was predicted.
1J7"' "r. product only in th()
" countries, a J Hun In ?'""
gon were a follows: r'"
Tl'e Holland Livestock company of
'' bo, captained at $360,000; A B
Azcuenasa of Jordan Valloy, ubot
county, attorney-in-fact. Malnou'
llio Idugon 1'urebrod Cattle or.
a , n' Wtomey-ln-fac
Artldesof Incorporation were fiIed
Monday M foMowa; WLn mi
f?fr"'iU.UrMU Coone'tlve Exchange
Me, ford, to operate warohoum. s,
oot' w'lf"" Co ' m. $50,
"d.t0'' J 10.000; Chan. C. Furnas, Frank M
Lucas and Walter 8. L,J M
Fva j" w R- WoUI,urn and
'-u J. Wnodhurn.
and It. a Henway.
Levi Anderson Home, Portland, eg.
nblished under the terms of a will
left by Emma A. Anderson, deceased;
an Institution for orphan boys; Alex
under Christie, president; Wm. A. Daly
vice-president; James H. Elack, sefre-tnry-treasnrer.
St. Mary's Home, Portland; Alexan
der Christie, president: Josenh M.
MicKcr, vice-president; James H. Black
Kesolutlons of dissolution were filed
by tho Ht. Marys Home association;
tho (".race Hospital, Hlot Rock, Uma
llll a county, and the Boardman Town
site company, Hermlston, Umatilla
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!jHNAU SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1919
tfflffeP, FLORIST H LD FOR
UtAIH Or YOUNGSTER
Mrs. F. R. Vance, accompanied by
Miss Betty Saucervillo-have gone to
Hutherlln for a visit 'fif indefinite
length with Miss Bauccrvlllo's grand
.WHEN THE KIDDIES
Give them pleasant-to-take,
helpful Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-I
CHILDREN romp around and
play and become overheated. A
cold often results. It should not
te neglected one instant. Give them
Dr. Bell'e Pine-Tar-Honey. It b very
pleasant to take and its ingredienU ar
Jure to ease the tickling throat. R
elp in relieving irritation and phlegm
congestion. Clear the air pasagc.
I Take Dr. Bell'a Pine-Tar-Honey
yourself for that heavy cold. VVhat it
does for thousands of other it un
doubtedly will do for you.
Ail druggists. , 3UC., ouc.,i-"
Temporary arrangements for caring
for the .employment problem in Oro
Kon will be perfected at a conference
in Portland. Wednesday noon between
State Labor Commissioner C. II. Gram,
Wilfred V. Smith, former manager of
the federal employment bureau In
Portland, and A. V. Jones, manager
of the Portland city free employment
in a letter received by Cram, Mon
day, from J. B. Densinore, director-
general of the federal employment
servic, It Is suggsted that Oram, as
state labor commissioner, accept the
appointment as federal director of ths
U. S. employment service at a nom
inal salary of one dollar per year.
This appointment would carry wjth It
authority to appoint a clerR at a
salary of $130 per month who would
be tho executive officer of tho em
ployment In the state.
This arrangement would be only
temporary pending the outcome of
legislation now pending In congress
which provides for a similar arrange
ment but which carries with it nn ap
propriation of $4,000,000 approximate
ly $25,000 of which would be appor
tioned to employment work in Oregon
contingent upon a similar amount be
ing appropriated by the state legisla
ture for the same cause.
Oregon Property Assessed
At $990,435472 This Year
The total r.ssessed valuation of prop
erty in Oregon for 1919 is 9.B;
472 17 according to tho figures on fi e
in the office of Frank K. Lovell. elate
,"x commissioner. Of this amount
$869,443,174.86 represents the assess
ment on private property and $130,
992 297 31 Is the valuation placed up-.
The nronerty of public utilities by
.n 0 C. PfSlnJ-a office. The val-l
tno tax eoio - , .
Limn for 1919 is approximately $3,-
000,000 pratr tun me
Mr ana irw wuin" ... -havo
returned from a week and ivWt
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F..
Wood, near Turner.
Leas thn inn..
w"hout a teach- r''g0n !lre
many t,,' . . The en-lces of
th nmf.,i- r ,,u lefu -tiJimmonton. N. J .i..
who har: : , r: v.arlous . wmt.. 29, weam,; j;
present ." . th0 caU ot the, Jail at Mays Landing todnv. r.,,u,
'y in supply! Vlnat. . mat9ria,-lnBed With the m,,riJpr ot Billy
the ic-h I .?AnrtTOetorto''any1J;iOansey1 3 year old "nerfeet l.nhv"
toaeherless Mr Ph ,.the'"WlBe be' , ?lsal!peared October 8 and whose
r. Churchill state. I skeleton was found in n .!.,
miles from his home several weeks
vv.ui wnue was his housekeep
er, Mrs. Edith L. Jones, 45, charged
wun ne.ng an accessory after the
fact. They, wore arrested by county
detsctlves late yesterday. The arrests
were made quietly.
Mte Kates Of Interest
''Washington, Dec 9t.i ,
co- t has oecldeT '
the Ninir i, , y oanK aea'nt
me Nation Hank of K:lv.ioi,
1 (bt'"8 '"'-est In advance
fi m,lkln8 thc intw-
Georgia. Cen'' th ma5dMU'n in
"That Happy Loolc--- j
JOrRAI, WJVT ADS PAY
Plan For Sett ement Of
fiume Problem Proposed
London, Dec. 9 A definite plan
for satisfactory settlement of the Fl-
"-.uuiiuii wm ue suDinmed to the
British government by Vlterlo Sclalola
Ttaltnn ttwatarn .1 , .
uuuinirr, uuring nis
present visit, it was understood.
The Italian official arrived in Lon
don from Paris last night. He will
take up the entire Adriatic dispute
with the British officials, it was be
lieved. Bclaloia was expected to con
fer with Premier Lloyd George soon.
VA?..'t- 7jIu .Ti-l
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A good oil heater filled
yvtth Pearl Oil assures you
comfort. Gives steady heat
at the touch of a match. No
smoke, no odor, no dust, no
dirt. Easy to carry about.
Economical. Less jurnace
heat and fewer grate and
coal-Stove fires required. Oil
consumed only when heat is
needed no waste.
Pearl Oil Is refined and re
refined by our special process
which makes it clean burning.
For sale in bulk by dealers
everywhere the same high,
quality kerosene as the Pearl Oil
sold in five-gallon cans. There
is a saving by buying in bulk.
Order by name Pearl Oil,
We recommend Perfection Oil
HEAT AND LIGHT
R. H. CAMPBELL, Special Agent, Salem, Oregon.
r-?K? Keeps tne raniuj
liou tETthe liver remain inrtlvewhen W-Jte-IJW
to easily and promptly '
bl!-flow started and remove, the Pn
ate fnim voiiob and old syttenu.. Po-"
He will always have that
Happy Look if you keep him
dressed in clothes from
N t f "ft
The clothes which you buy
at Bishop's are distinctly
different from others. They
always fit exact and are
made of the best quality of
Buy Him some useful article
of Clothing for Christmas
We have a nice line of Silk Shirts; they come in wonderful color schemes
and are well made ' isSSS
Don't forget Bishop Fabric Shirts. They are made from the pure fleeced
wool containing all the warmth possible from wool.
You don't take a chance in purchasing here.
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C. P. BISHOP, Prop. t
EVERY FAMILY IN MARION AND POLK COUNTIES A PATRON
IN ADDITION TO SECOND HAND GOODS WE CARRY A STOCK OF NEW
GOODS WHICH WE SELL AT SECOND HAND PRICES
Men's Serge Suits
Men's late style Overcoats,
Young Men's Suits, only a few,
$30.00 values $15.00
A Few Boys' Suits at Money Saying Prices
Outing Flannel Shirts, $2.50
Ruff Neck Sweaters, $6 and $7
values ; $3.50
Boys' Sweaters, $5 values at $2.00
Boys' Shoes, $4 and $5 values at,
only ;; $2.50
A good heavy school shoe $3.50
SECOND HAND GOODS
Bought Out of Town
Ladies' Fine Tailored Suits, just like :
, new, latest styles $10 to $20.00
Ladies' late style winter Coats, big
values $5.00 to $20.00
Nice Jersey Dresses, latest models;
these can be bought CHEAP.
Party Dresses,, a good assortment.
Furs, mink and others, all cheap.
1,500 Pairs Second-hand Shoes for Men,
Women and Children
These we sell from $1.00 to $3.00
About 500 Men's second-hand Suits
in good shape $8.00 to $20.00
Men's second-hand Overcoats $4 to $15
Men's odd Coats $2.50 to $7.00
These goods are all thoroughly over
hauled, steam cleaned and pressed.
UP-TO-DATE SHOE REPAIR SHOP. OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED.
279 N. Commercial Street
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