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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1918)
Consists of a general line of high grade Diamonds, Watches and
Jewelry at prices to reach all. You will find our stock of goods
up to the minute in-style and a good assortment to select from
We guarnatee each article or articles as represented. Always a
pleasure to show our goods.
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
jewkusrs axd opticians
State and Liberty Street.
OREGON State street near
O. E. depot. , Home of Artcraft
and Paramount pictures.
"Blue Jeans" with Viola Dana.
libekty Liberty near
State. High class photoplays
Her American Lover.
BLIGH State between Lib
erty and High. Mutual and.
Bluebird films. Special films.
Dance at Hurst Hall
On Trial in Circuit Court ' '
At the ctose of Judge Kelley's
court last night the suit of V. -S.
Hurst against J. B. Hill for the en
forcement of a contract of sale for
potatoes was being tried. ; ,
Fifty Pound Box of Smelt-
$1.75. Can or salt them.. Ward
K. Richardson, 2395 Front street
Olson Funeral This Afternoon
The funeral of William F. Olson
who died Sunday at the age of 60
years, in Salem, will.be held this
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Rig
don company. Burial will be in Mac
leay cemetery. Mr. Olson was a na
tive of Sweden. He has been making
MISS RAGXHILD JOIIAXSSOX
' Massage and Medical Gymnastic
Graduate of Sweden
Phone 1317-455 N. Summer St.
Hours by appointment at
Welch Electric Co.
220 N. Com. ,.'
:.7t State 8 1.
We MT the ry hiarheX priec
fer wimIiH mmmm mm tltt
. every UmL
People's Second Hand Store
SU W. CcbmckUI It, Pheae IT
Used Furniture Wanted
Highest eaah yrieee paid tmw mm
E. L. STIFF & SON,
Phone 941 or 508
Highest price paid for all Linda
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
S71 Chimeketa St. Phone 39S
Wanted Sacks and Iron
Highest prices paid. Also buy
all kinds of Junk.
1 WESTERN JUXK CO. v
t : - Phone TOO
Cor. Center and Commercial St.
r- Efficiency S(eed
Ve will pack, move or store
your goods and guarantee sat
isfaction. Rates on Eastern Shipment
' pur specialty.
Piano Mov.ng and Out of Town
WOOD AND COAL
.457 State Street.
I SACKS I
hishome at Macleav u hera v,-i i,.ar.
a widow and two children. Theodore
iua. xie is aiso survived by the
following brothers n nil ulsters- T C
Olson, of Grays River, Washt; A. D.
uison, uomenaaie, Wash.; Mrs. Vic
tor Kardell and Mrs. Christinia Swan-
eon. Dotn or Harvey. N. Dakota, and
Mrs. Margaret Monson of Salem.
Dante at Hurst Hall Tonight
Ladles free. Gentlemen 50c. Ev
Ru Hal in Military Cemetery
Because of the nervous strain of
the soldier's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Minker. the body of their son.
Clarence Minker who died last week
at the Phelan Bay naval training
school in New York, will not be
brought to Salem for interment. Bur
ial will be in a military cemetery.
Printed to comply with all de
mands for state and county offices,
at! Statesman, Publishing Company
Xo Cars Soo
F. A. Rasch, examiner In the Port
land office of the public service com
mission. Informs the commission in
a letter that cars being remodeled
for use by the Portland Railway.
Light & Power company will not be
ready for service until after the sum
mer months and that the car situa
tion as far as numbers go will re
main as it is now until that time.
I have a $730 Singer plarer piano
which I will sacrifice for $562. It's
an; unusual bargain a rare oppor
tunity for anyone wanting c high
grade Instrument at a low price. E.
L. Stiff & Son. 446 Court St.
MeCormlck Funeral Today
Services over the late Mrs. Cal
viaa Jane McCormick will be held
this morning at. 10 o'clock at her
home in Ankeny Bottom under the
auspices of the Rigdon company. Rev.
GJ I. Lovell will conduct the ser
vices. Interment will be in City
Everybody welcome at Dance
lAt Hurst hall tonight.
Lst Her Purse
Mrs. G. W. Smith called on Chief
of Police Al.Foland and left with
him a description of a black purse
which she lpst while shopping Satur
day afternoon. The purse was a
black one and contained besides oth
er valuables, a $10 bill.
Met Me at the Club Alleys
112S N. Commercial. Upstairs.
Student Hear Doughty
jW. E. Doughty of New York, tho
leader of the laymen's convention.
In charge of all the field activities
of the Layman's Missionary move
ment, gave an itneresting talk to
the students of Willamette univer
sity at the shapel exercises Monday
morning. Mr. Doughty is the au
thor of "The Call of the World" and
"Efficiency Points" and has led
many of the great men's conventions
in recent years.
Leslie Methodist church, 7:30
every evening excepting Monday and
Saturday. Come. V
May Queen Nominees Out
i Lyle Bartholomew, sophomore of
Willamette university, ha been elec
ted manager Of the May Day activi
ties and Miss Lola Cooley, Miss
Blanche Baker and Miss Margaret
Garrison nominated for May Day
Pay 10c Per Pound
I For choice veal calves this week.
Midget Market. 351 State Phone 176
Tenchers Visit School?
j Teachers Tisitin day was observ
ed at the Salem high school Monday
and the students enjoyed a hol'dav.
Various schools in Marion county
were visited for the purpose of gath
ering information on conducting the
i . "
j Printed to comply with all de
mands for state and county offices,
it Statesman Publishing company
New Depot Progress
I The ornamental and colored brlca
facing, or veneering, and tiles have
been placed in the walls of the new
Southern Pacific passenger station
on South Twelfth street, almost up
to the line of the roof. The struc
ture is extremely ornamental In Ks
I have a $750 Singer player piano
which I will Sacrifice for $562. It's
an unusual bargain a rare oppor
unlty for anyone wanting a high
rade Instrument at a low price. E
L. Stiff & Son, 416 Court St.
Will Remodel Clothes
To teach people to remodel their
clothes and Hooverire in this way, a
bt ginning class in making over old
clothes will meet tonight at 7:30
nviwv in the domestic science room
i of the Grant school. A group of
dressmakers win assist in leacmu,
those who wish to learn. If the class
in dressmaking proves popular, a
milliner's class will be' started at tha
following meeting. Mrs. F. LPur
vlne was appointed chairman of the
committee following a gathering of
the members of the Central Parent
Teacher association which was -held
Saturday afternoon at the Salem
Advanced Htudent.t to Appear
The public speaking flaws, under
the -direction of Professor Wella
Crowder, and the School of Music,
unnder the supervision of Dr. Frank
Wilbur Chace of the Willamette uni
versity, will present the advanced
students in a public recital March
26, at Waller hall. A number of
readings and dialogues will be given
and several students will appear 5n
instrumental and vocal numbers.
Ilaseball Season Near
Baseball fans at Willamette uni
versity were, busy Monday scraping
and leveling the diamond, prepara
tory to the coming season. Unmind
ful of the mud the work was raotd
ly completed and the fans awaiting
good weather. A large turnout for
baseball tryouts is expected and cam
petition will be keen this "season.
Can Vm II ?h Explosives
County Clerk Boyer has issued
slncq the first of the month licenses
to use high explosives to the follow
ing persons: C. M. Robinson. J. C.
Perry. Ival R. Utterback. E. L. Cof
fey. O. T. Larson. II. C. Stapleton.
A. Bordher, Frank S. Ward and C.
H. Shipman, Salem; J. M. Hamilton,
K " t ion Issued
Execution issued from the circuit
court Saturday in the suit of F. M.
Kemp against Mrs. Jennie Loucks.
et al. on a judsment for $50 and
costs rendered in the justice of the
neace court, which was returned by
the sheriff unsatisfied, no property
being found on which" to make levy.
The sheriff returned Into court
Saturday execntlon In the suit of I
H. Turner, et al, against John II.
Hartotr. the Willamette Valley Irri
gated Land -company, on a judgment
for $1552 and costs having sold the
property to plaintiffs for $1400.
Complaint was filed Saturday by
Ida Huehes against William Hughes,
plaintiff, alleging that she had paid
out of her own money $500, on a
certain piece of property, that there
is one child, a minor, and prays for
a decree of divorce and the custody
of the child.
To Quiet Title to Property '
Suit in equity was filed in the cir
cuit court Saturday by Julia Mathoit
atrainst Allie Stevenson, to quiet
title td certain property and for
$200 alleged damages and costs of
suit. -v ;
Attachment was Issued , from the
circuit court in. the suit of Security
State Bank against A. C. Nelson and
Andrew Nelson, and was returned
yesterday Into court by the sheriff
or ciacaamas county, navtng Den
served on the" Willamette Valley
Southern company, as garnishee.
TWO DAY SPECIALS
Royal Raking Powder lb. . .39c
50c Instant Postum 30c
30c Infant Post um 23c
23c Plain Postum . ...lOc
2 oz. can Alspice. Mustard
ajid Pepper .' . 3c
Washington Crisp Coirn
Flakes, package .'lOc
Post Toastiew, pkg He
rfeHoKKM Corn Flake,
1 Bars Pacific Ijiumlry
OU) .. 'io
Shaker Salt, pkjr. .... 8c
5c Bag Salt 3
10c Rag Salt 7c
25c Bag Salt -20c
"Monopole Raisins. 3 pkgs. 27c
3 11-om, pkgs. Rateins for. .24c
2 pkg.s. Grape Nuts ...... 25c
Cream of Barley, pkg 20c
No. 5 Karo . 50c
No. lO Karo '..$1.00
No. 5 Compound. $1.30
No. 10 Compound .... . .$2.50
4 lbs. 7 -ox. Kreamy
KrUtp ' . .$t.45
6 lbs. Crisco $2.00
3 lbs. Crisco . .$1.00
on Sale at all
which owed the defendants $4 4. and
on II. L. Llvingstane. who is alieged
to owe the defendants $213, the pa
per also calling for $130 attornevs
fees and costa of suit, the judgment
in the case previously rendered being
for the amount of $1555.
Printed to comply with all de
mands for state and county offices,
at Statesman Publishing company
Stole an Auto-.
While standing at the curb In
front of.Clough's undertaking par
lors at High and Court sireets yes
terday, a Ford automobile wen
way by Itself, or at least, when the
owner went to get It. it had disap
peared. The name of the owner of
the car isW. S. Kapplinger, R. F. D.
No. 6, and the auto number Is 562.
Drives to be Combined
A community war chest fund will
be started simultaneously with other
war drives the coming week is the
announcement made yesterday by
Manager McDanlel of the commer
cial club. ,
The idea of the government offi
cials is to consolidate all these mon
ey lending plans by the people in
one big drive, so that any one who
may wish to make investments in all
of the different Tunds can have that
privilege at one and the same time,
should the Investor so elect. -
To Recover Damages
Civil action was brought In the
circuit court yesterday in the suit of
.John C. Wells against J. H. Wilson
for the sum of $30.45. costs being a
case on appeal from, the justice of
the peace court, the damages being
placed at $100 for injury sustained
in -an auto accident January 19. the
appeal being taken by the plaintiff
In the case.
Anglers' Licenses Issued
County Clerk Boyer yesterday Is
sued anglers' licenses to II. C. Lewi
of Aumsville, Dick Waggoner of
Turner and Henry Hepner of Salem.
Combination pioneers and Civil wa-
eterans' license was also issued to
E. C. Small of Silverton.
May Use High Explosives
County Clerk Boyer yesterday is
sued licenses for the use of high
explosives to O. V. Bean and Pa
ton Brothers of Salem and C. S
cllwaln of Gervais.
ikon-Support is Charge
I An error was made in The States
man of Sunday morning relative to
the -indictment returned by . the
grand jury. against Russell O. Hig
ginbotham. The Indictment charg
es Higginbotham with non-sunport
cf his family and,, not the offence
mentioned in the previous account.
Heir Ye! .Hear Ye!
Wednesday night at. Moose hall,
the Maccabees will give another big
dance and card playing. Music by
Hunt's Jazzy orchestra. Gentlemen
IHn't Forget -. .
The Maccabee "dance and card
party Wednesday night. Moose .hall.
Cost Him $5 for Speeding
Judge Earl Race had occasion yes
terday afternoon to impose a fine
of $5 on F. J. Schrunk for speeding
his auto beyond the limit allowed by
.the ordinances of Salem.
Certificate of Redemption
A certificate of redemption to cer
tain propertv was filed Saturday In
the suit of Rutha' T. Pratt against
Edna Kitterman of property hereto
fore sold by the sheriff to William
II. Trimb asignee of the certifi
cate of ale.
Theater .lan to Portland
F. AfBligh, manager of Liberty
theater, ileft yesterday for a few
days' business trip to Portland.
fie Marriage License
Byron C. Wright. 25 years old.
of Salem and Sarah F. Frances. 22
years old. of 1624 East Stark street
iu Portland,' have secured a marriage
license to wed. In Portland;
Reynold Funeral Thursday
The funeral of the late Mrs. Edith
F. Reynolds, wife of Lloyd T. Rey
nolds, a well known fruit grower
near Salem, will be held Thursday
at 2 o'clock from the chapel of Webb
& Clough. Rev. R. N. Avlson will
conduct the services. Interment will
follow in City View cemetery. The
body Is expected Wednesday from
W. P. Lafferty of Corvallis filed
declaration of his candidacy for rep
resentative in the legislature from
thi tenth reDresentative district. lie
is a Republican. His slogan is
"Stand on recora made aunng iegis
lative sessions of 1915-1017."
Receives Big Appointment
v. r Siorkc has bopp made stace
forester of Texas, according to a tele
gram which was received in aaiem
yesterday. Mr. Siecke left a week
otm. tnr- Toys a tn make sl oersonal
application. He has been deputy
Btate lorester in uregon ior reieu
I . . tt- . l . w .1 . w !n
ftompiaini was meu jm.-i uj lu
the circuit court In the suit of Jo-
Frh Barber against o. A. i-isner
and W. J. G. Fisher on a note for
$250 and costs of suit.
Cld. Vmmmmn. Vramm nmm Catarrfc
Relieved la Tot Mlaatea
Is your throat sore?
Have you catarrh?
Have you a cousrh
Have you a cold ?
Hyomel is th one treatment for all
nose, throat and lung trouble. It docs
not contain any cocaine or morphine
and all that Is necessary is to breathe
it throua-h the little pocket inhaler
that corner with each outfit.
A complete outfit cost but little at
Hi-uKS-is? everywhere and at laniel J.
Fry and Hyomel is iruaranteed to ban
ish catarrh, croup, eourhfl, colds, ror
throat and bronchitis or money buck.
Hyomel inhaler lasts a lifetime and
extra bottle of Hvomei can be ob
tained from druggiats.
BEING HELD UP
State Highway Commission to
Have Opinion on Legality
The salary of Jay Bowerman for1
services to the state highway com
mission is being held up pending an
opinion by Attorney General lirowxf
relative to the legality of, Bower
ir.an's employment by the commis
sion. The opinion of the attorney
general is asked by the state high
way commission in a letter signed bl
Secretary G. Ed. Ross and which re
fers to Bowerman as a right of way
agent and not as an attorney.
The main argument made for the
employment of Bowerman is that he
Is a lawyer who is familiar with thj
state highway laws and county laws,
therefore that he I able to handle
legal questions that come up rela
tive to right of way "without asking
the continual service of the attorney
"The securing of right of way is a
legal matter," said Secretary Ross
yesterday. "Mr. Bowerman under
stands the law and ' is able to take
care of the questions that come up
without any salary In addition to the
$1.".0 a month that is paid him as
rgent and without making numerous
trips to Salem to confer with the at
torney general. While the state can
not be sued without Itsconsent. yet
the highway commission as individ
uals can be sued, hence the need of
an agent who is familiar with the
As a precedent, the letter cites
the fact that the former commission,
composed of the governor, the secre
tary of state and the state treasurer,
employed C. D. Richmond as right of
way agent at $150 a month from
April 1, 1914. to April 21. 1915.
Miss Viola Ash of Salem spent
Sunday at the home of Miss Rachel
Holloway fn Dallas.
Mrs. W. H. McDanlel. who has
been the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Brunk, 2322 State street,
for the past two weeks, returned to
her home near Dallas Saturday.
Maurice Hayes and Bolton Stin
nette of Dallas were Saturday visit
ors in Salem.'
Private' Ira Mercer, who is sta
tioned at Camp Lewis, returned to
camp the last of the week after hav
ing spent a short furlough at the
home of his parents. Dr. and Mrs.
W. L. Mercer, 435 North Summer
street. , " j '.' '
Miss Inez Fltts left Sunday" for
Portland, where she has accepted a
positon. She is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Fltts of West Salem.
Dr. D. L. Foster of Dallas was "an
ovr Sunday visitor. In Salem.
Miss May Sheltonfof Dallas spent
Sunday -visiting ith- friends ? in
Salem. f -
Mrs. Walter L. JTooze, Jr., who
has been with Captain Tooze at
Camp Lewis, Wash., passed through
Salem the last of the week en route
to Dallas, where she will spend a
few days visiting .with her mother,
rs. H. E. Smlth. Mrs. Tooze and
son Walter will leave within a short
time for Michigan, where she will
spend the summer, visiting with
friends and relatives. Captain Tooze
is a son of Walter L. Tooze, Sr., of
R. A. Clark of Corvallis Is at the
J. Ostrom of Astoria Is a guest of
the nileh hotel.
Charles Day and! wife of Browns
ville are at the Bligh. !
J. A. Riches ofSriverton Is stop
ping at the Bligh.
William Lake of Eugene is at the
John R. Dibler and Abel Cook or
Dallas are at the Blizh.
Leon Bories and W. O. Forbes or
Seattle are guests of the Bligh hotel.
Howard Martella and wife of Chi
cago are registered at the Bligh.
W. C. Retzerf Walla Walla is at
the Bligh. ' '
V. N. Campbell is here from Med
ford. registered at the Bligh.
C. L.. Koehler of Orenco is at the
W. E. Frazier. Henry Hall. A. B.
Fox. F. W. Milne and C. E. Green of
Portland are registered at the
D. Bandsdall of Mt. Angel is
registered at the Argo.
Levi Welty of Hubbard is at the
C. F. Welder of Albany is stop
ping at the Argo.
C. S. Woodward of Newberg Is a
guest of the Argo.
B. H. Batchelor of Independence
Is stopping at the Argo.
P. E. Chanley and wife of Port
land are at the Argo.
B. Worthlngton. Roy W. Edwards,
H. W. Dickinson, Mrs. L. B. Unger.
B. Seeiey, ' R. L. Miller. Archdeacon
Chambers, Bishop and Mrs. Wr. T.
Sumner and F. L. Koynet of Port
land are guests of the Hotel Marlon.
VT: C. 'Cuister and wife of Bend
are registered at the Marion hotel.
Leonard W. Riley is here from
McMinnville. stopping at the Marion.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ewjng of Dal
las are at the Marion.
S. E. Dodge of Detroit. Mich., is
at the Marion.
F. J. Clark of New York city is a
guest of the Marlon.
John II. Matthews and W. C.
lloobs of Seattle are at the Marion.
W. E. Bell or Toledo. Or., is at the
A. W. Mbesta of Detroit. Or., is at
Miss N. E. Miller of Winnipeg Is a
gut e? the Marion.
W. R. Hurst of Camp Lewis is
registered at the Marion. -
Samuel Crompton. the Inventor oi
the t-piuning-mule. found his incent
ive in laziness. His mother insisted
on a daily task of well-spun wool.
The lad detested the slow, monoton
ous work, and Invented th spinning
mule so that he might have more
time for play.
Arthur Martin Writes
From Warship St Louis
' m -.j
Mrs. Joe Martin, 1145 Saginaw
street, Salem, has received the fol
lowing letter from her son. J. A.
Martin, mailed on the United States
battleship St. Louis, "somewhere at
eea. on March 10. The young Sa
lem sailor boy saygin his letter:
"Iam writing this letter a couple
of days before we reach port, so you
can hear from me as soon as pos
sible. T-5n can tell all that I have now
crowed the Atlantic eight tiui.es
since the first of June. I guess that
will hold some of them. I nad
some pictures taken and as soon as
I get them will send you one so you
can see what tvfo years in the navy
has done for rae. I have grown
three years olders in' the'' las, six
months, but I am sure putting on
weight. 1 I only weigh one seventy
now. Pretty good, hey?
"Well, mother, how -would you j
ntce to nave me bring a little Canad
ian lass home, with me when I come,
as a daughter-in-law for you?
"Ask Dad what a Blue Nose is. lie
"Well, the; last time we were in
New York Oley Mason stonned one
of my shipmates on Broadway and
said be was coming over to see me,
but I guess we left too soon. He is
on a tugboat in Brooklyn navy yard.
"I guess all the young fellows
from the home village are over here
or over there now."
Inspectors Are Coming
in Investigate Plants
Lieutenants Tobin and Southgate,
of the war department, are en route
to the Pacific coast to investigate the
capacities of plants for the dehydra
tion of vegetables for the war denart-
ment, is the information received in',
Salem, according to such an an
nouncement Just made in one of the
The articlecontinues: -
The Wittenberg-Kings' Company,
of Portland is to handle several hun
dred cars of dehydrated potatoes, and
Food Administration officials ex
press the hope that the government
may place more extensive contracts
Another bit of information sent
home by Mr. Newell Is that he has
arranged to have an Inspector for
the United States Bureau of Markets
located in Portland. The Bureau of
Markets of rice has already been e
tabllshed in the Lewis building by R.
L. 'Ringer, a tormer Portland news-;
paper man. The Inspector to be as
signed here will concern himself with
potatoes, oniops and other vegetables.
Local Dealers Say They
Will Not Take Chances
, The. announcement was made in
the Portland dally papers Sunday
morning that hens. If not layers, can
be sold on the markets of the state
by the rarmers.
A.fW. Schrunk, W. S. Fitts. local
dealers say they do not intend to buy
any- old hens, whether offered them
or not, until after the first of April,
when the ban on all chickens will be
The reason given for this action
on the part of Schrunk- and Fitts is
that they do not care to take any
rhances. Stock offered by fanners
might be all right, and then again,
It might turn out to be all wrong,
after the birds had been killed.
Bryan Opens Campaign j
on Birthday Anniversary
LINCOLN, Neb.. March ISi On
his 58th birthday anniversary to
morrow William Jennings Bryajn will
return to his home in Lincoln and
open u; the campaign of the. "dry"
forces of the state for ratification 1
the legislature of the federal pro
hibition amendment. He will be the
principal speaker at a mass meeting
cf prohibition organizations tomor
row night and the "drys" will open
their fight or the election to the leg
islature of members who would sup-,
port the federal amendment.
Brown Corrects Impression
About Short Term Candidate
Any candidate who might be elec
ted to the short term for United
Ftates senator would begin his term
upon qualifying for the place, and
not as soon as elected. Attorney
General Brown emphasized this yes
terday in commenting on an erron
eous impression that has gotten
abroad in the state that such a sen-otor-elect
would begin his duties as
soon as elected. ?
The attorney general cited his
REASONABLE MODERN 5-roort
Bungalow, gas and wood range In
cluded, built In burfet, fire place,
large bathroom," living room, bed
rooms, etc.. Extra large porch.Yard.
Eay Walking Distance. Term.
WE SELL '
Goodyear, Goodrich and
United States Tires
NONE BETTER "MADE
Alio do all kinds of repair work and do it well.
The Salem Vulcanizing Works
474 FERRY STREET
opinion on the question In which he
Implied that election to the 'short
term mfglt.be an empty honor for
the reason that the United States
senate is sole judge of the qualifi
cations of its own members, anrt
light fail to adjudge as qualified
he person elected. In such a ca3
Senator McNary. the present appoint
ed senator, would hold through un
til March 4, 1919. the date on which
the late Senator Lane's term expires.'
The law holds that the appointee
i-ball serve until his successor ; In
elected and qualifidtf. " - 4 !.-
MOTOR CARS "
Salem Veil Co., Phone II !
Diseases of Women and
50 6 United States National Bank
Building, Salem, Oregon
We have several lojnrinrf
contract to let' at once. Kach
vtlll require two or mora logging-
engine. ood opioort uni
ty for reliable men. Address
i -.. ... ' .p.- -CHARLES
, K. KPAULDIXO
. .IXXXJINO CO.
, . Salem, Or.
Delicate Jl ' .' ,
". i , .
Timepieces , , ..
Adjusted or Repaired
Repairing, regulating, 'or
adjusting of high grad Xrnr
icari' and Swiss watches, chron-"
o graphs, etc., requires the.$iU
of an expert. I make a spe
cialty of this kind of work-. i ,
Herman W. Barr
. - New Location (
125 X. liberty St. -.. Upstairs.
Save the Meat for tHe'Boys
at the Front. '
4U . Court Street
feKE T1IJESB CARA IIKFORB YOtT
you buy V- ;
tots STUDEIlAkl-:il 5-pasengrr.
lOleotrio IiKlit and starter; - good
tires. A snap. ,
OVKRLAXO S-passenger, electric
lights and startfr; in good con
Li. dition. - . v '
STl l)F:il AKFU Liglit S-paencer,
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