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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1922.
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Resolutions calling for an inveatl
gallon ot the United States veter
ans' bureau by a committee of
three from the disabled American
veteranB of the world war, and
asking President Harding to op
point a similar Investigating com
mittee, were adopted by the dis
abled American veterans conven
tion here Friday.
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Ban Francisco, Cal., July 1.
I'luu lor uuum'oiiig into lue in
dustries of the country the dis
abled veterans who have been re
habilitated through vocational
training, featured the convention
of the disabled American veterans
ot the world war, according to
statements of its leaders before
the convention went into Its final
session here Friday.
National Commander Robert S.
Marx described the plans revealed
to the convention by the United
States veterans bureau as a tre
mendous Btep forward.
These include the establish
ment within thirty days of em
ployment units In all of the 14
districts Into which the veteran
bureau work for the country has
been divided. These units are to
provide employment for the reha
Another feature of the plan Is a
conference of government officials
leaders In the disable Veterans or
ganization and Industrial leaders
in Washington soon to work out
vocational objectives for the serv
ice men now being trained.
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BRINGING UP FATHER
I'M. L,6CK"Y TO
FIHD TOU IN I
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Complied by Salem Abstract Co.
Morris, O. O to Rooklidge, C.
H., S acres In T 4, S Rl, 10.
Slebenthal J. Y. to Wenger, H.
and wife, part lots 10, 11, 1
of block 20 of Nob Hill of Geo.
H. Jones Addition to Salem, Ore
Smith, F. J, a.nd wife to Hale,
H. W. and wife, lot 1 tn block
6 In Boise's Second Addition to
' Salem. Oregon, S800.
Elder W. A. an dwife to Elder,
W. W lot 8 and l tet off
north aide of lot i In Thomas Ad
dition to Stayton, Marlon county,
Fox, H. H. and wife to Chap
pell, Frances, lots 11 and 12,
block 5, Highland Addition toSa
lem, Oregon, $10.
Stewart, C. T. et al to Spltler,
J. W. and wife, lot 4, block 4
Falrmount Park Addition to Sa
Phllpott, June, to Downey, C,
H. and wife, land In cl. 88-7-3-W,
MsNU, L. F. and husband to
MClalan, A. E. an dwife, lot IS.
block t, Burlington Addition to
Salem, Oregon, $2500.
Stevens, O. 0. to FHkenton, M.
D. and wife land In cl. 61-7-3-W,
Al Coolldge & Co. to VanVal-
kenburg, M. J., land in Cl. $4, 6-1-W,
Bellinger, h. B. to Hopstin, M.
M. and husband, part of lots 6
and 7, Unlvo-'ty Addition to Sa
lem, Oregon, $10.
Peck, O. D. to Peck, Clara, lot
SO in Smith's Fruit' Farms, Ore
Branson, E. N. and wife to
Branaon, F. N., lot 14 of Capital
City Fruit Farm, and part of lot
I9?4 In Cpttal City Fruit Farm,
Sulm, Oregon, $10.
Hurst, Widow, to Wlnchell, O.
nd wtfe, part of lot 5 in block
1 of Myers Addition to Salem, Ore
Miller, YV. E. an dwife to Wal
ker, C. C. and wife, lot 25, block
4, Willamette Addition to SaliMii,
01 instead. J. It. and wife, to
Wackeu, H. H. and wife, part
block 70 ,N. Salem, Oregon, $615.
Stevens Grace G, to llagenmnn.
O. F. and wife, land in Cl. 81-7-J-W,
Stevens, Grace G, to Harris, R.
A. and wtfe, land In Cl. Rl-7-3-W.
Stewart, Josio I,, and husband I
to Stevens, Grace G, land in Cl. j
ei-7-S-W, $10. J
Stevens, Grace Q, to Schunke, Ej
and wife, lun din Cl. 617-3-W. j
Steven, Grace G. to Harris,
Averll. land in Cl. 61-7-S-W, $10.!
Stevens. Grace G. to Frailer, P.j
I.. and Kit, land in Cl. 61-7-3-W,,
Stratton, Helen et al to Bothea. F. i
E. aa dwife, land In 5-2-W, $10.
Jones, M. L. and wife to lstliea
F. K. and wife, laud la section
S0-S-2-W, $1. ;
Stratwn, M. A. and wife to rw
thaa. F. E. and wife, land in 6-2-
w, $1. !
Marshall, I C. and wife to Wen )
rer, O. P .and wife, land In Cl. I
S0-7-3-W. $10. j
Bright, I). O. and wife to Odom.'
F. h. and wife, lot ! in bkwk 5.1
Boise's 2nd Addition to Salem, '
OroKon. $10. I
Etter, John and wife, to Ntwd
ham, W. I. and wife, lot 1 In
block 8, Oaks Addition to Selera,
Frailer, P. L. and wife to Frahra
A. w.. lut 4. in block 20, in N.
Salem, Orgon. $10.
Latham J. F. and wife to La
tham. O. I., and wife, part lot 6,
blor'; 41, City ot Salem. Oregon.
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SILVERTON TO REVIVE
PIONEER DAYS ON 4TH
Sllverton, July 1. To the
sounds of weird music and the In
cessant beat of torn toms, the Im
proved order ot Red Men, Ablqua
tribe No. 71, will take the war
path. Ilka wild apaches after the
white man's scalp, and will attack
a lonely emmlgrant wagon on
July 4th. The National Guard,
aa the rescuers will come herolcal.
ly to the rescue and pioneer days
will be lived over again. The at
tack and rescue will be staged in
the city park shortly after the
termination of the parade. This
feature of Independence day
promises to be a highly interest
Chicago. Newspaper men at
the ringside said Ever Hammer,
Chicago lightweight, won by a
shade from Charlie White in a ten
round bout at Aurora.
The small sawmil of L. D. Gar-
mire near Elmira has ben destroy
ed by fire.
Stayton, Or., July 1 A number
of the friends of Mr. end Mrs. Ray
Fallis gathered at their home in
the country Tuesday evening to
help celebrate Mr. Fallis birthday
A beautiful dinner was served
and the evening was epent with
games and -music. The rooms had
been attractively decorated for the
occasion which was greatly en
Joyed by Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Schaefer, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh
Harold .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J
Bell, Mrs. Carl Fallis and the host
C. F. Henry of Seattle, Wash.,
has been a guest at the home ot
his sister, Mrs. W. F. Blakely. He
Is a retired marine engineer hav
ing served twenty years on the
Great Lakes and also a number of
years on the Pacific. Mr. Henry
was accompanyed to Stayton by
his sister Mrs. McAfee also of
Seattle and from here they will
go to Gold Beach, Orgon, for a
visit with friends.
The Peter Deldrich family are
enjoying a visit from his brother,
John Diedrich, wife and daughter
of St. Paul, Minn.
Miss Elva Montgomery haa sold
her residence to W. H. Trush of
Lyons who will come to Stayton
to reside. Miss Montgomery has
purchased the O. : E. Gardner
house north of J. R. Gardner's. '
Quintin G-ehlen Is home fron:
Portland where he has been attend
Mrs. Jack Palter of Astoria was
visiting in town this week.
Mrs. John Gehlen and children
are visiting In Portland.
Mrs. W. T. Buckle Is entertain
ing her mother Mrs. H. W. Look
and Bister, Mrs. W. A. Ready, of
Long Beach, Calif.
Ira Klrsch and bride are occu
pying the Streff house on Second
Uriah Silhavy, Lee, Gills, and
Max Brown some of Stayton's rad
io enthusiasts were In Portland
gathering information recently.
The Santiam Ttrasfer company
has added a new truck to their
equipment which will run between
Stayton and Portland.
W. A. Elder and son Calvin
were in town Tuesday. They were
on their way to Portland trom
their home in Mill City.
The paving of the Stayton
streets is now complete and to all
appearances the work is very sat
isfactory. The contractor, Guy F.
Pyle, with the superintendent, E,
F. Hawkinson and W. E. Burdette
the foreman all seemed enterested
in getting the work quickly and
Miss Ida Doefler presented her
music pupils In a recital at the
high school auditorium Thursday
afternoon. A goodly number ot par
ents and friends were present and
enjoyed the numbers presented.
Dr. G. F. Karnjck was a busi
ness visitor in Portland Thursday
Frank Putrock and family are
here from Anaheim, Calif., tor a
week with relatives,
Wendle Weddle returned the
last o fthe wek from a camping
trip on Salmon river with the HI
Mrs. Fluery of Seattle is a
guest at the Alva Smith home.
A seven pound son was horn
to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thomas
Marjorle Alexander left for
Berkeley, Calif., June 21. She is
attending summer school at the
Mr. Shilts and Mrs. Kellogg,
relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
visited at the parsonage Sunday.
J. M. Gardner and family visit
ed relatives at Sprlngbrook one
day this week.
On Sunday evening, July 9, a
missionary program will be given
at the Friends church. Everyone
Miss Kellogg is visiting at the
parsonage this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C.A.Bear and sons,
Willard and Kenneth, visited at
R. M. Cammack's Sunday.
Mrs. Floyd Bates visited rela
tives In Portland over Sunday.
Money travels far without any
other motive power than the de
sires of its possessors. .
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Hazel Green I Brooks News
Hazel Green, July 1 Mr.
and Mrs. Looney, Mr. and Mrs.
Oordier, Gene Parmentler and
Edgar Johnson attended the Sun
day school convention at Quimby,
Willie Dunlgan Homer and Ed
na Davis ' Clifton and Eileen
Clemens, epent Sunday with
George Dunlgan In Portland.
Rev. Fisher and Emma visited
in Hazel Green Monday and Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van
Cleave and Bertha and their mo
ther and Mac Morric and family
sister of Mr. Van Cleave, all spent
a few days at the coast visiting
at Netrts, Tillmook City and Nes-kowain.
Brooks, July 1 The Communi
ty club met Wednesday afternoon
with Mrs. Howard Ramp.
Rev. Randall haa moved from
Salem Into the Methodist parson
age In Brooks.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Sturgis
spent Sunday with friends In Sa
lem. There are a number ot camps
of loganberry pickers In Brooks ,
ready to go to work as soon as
the berries are ripe. Several ot
the growers have not sold their
Mr. and Mm. Edward Gilbert
ot Portland spent Sunday with
Mr. Gilbert's parents in Brooks.
Miss May Randall ot Seattle is
visiting at the home ot her bro
ther, Rev. Randall.
AG AIM MONDAY!
Crowds-Crowds-Crowds-Lots of 'em
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What of Mothers?
If machines wear out what of mothers?
Machines can be replaced mothers,
Why not let our washing machines
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strength for more important things? '
We can obtain new laundry equipment
. when ours wears out but you can't fill
mother's place in the home. Save her
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in warm water, soft as new-fallen rain,
with suds of mild white .soap we wash
your apparel spotlessly clean and preserve
Far better than that, our washing pro
cess will add years to mother's life.
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