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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON.
TUESDAY 'MORNING, MAY KX 1921 ;V;
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
UcAdoo Will Speak
LV McAdoo ot the Central
Labor Council of Salem, will
toeik la tb assembly of Kimball
Rchool of TheologyJ Wednesday at
I ja. His subjecrt will be "The
Cfcarcb and the Libor ProUto."
Th pnblic Is invitf id.
Eirrcl Mining I
(Jould Morehous. 725 South
Commercial strecrt. reports a bi
cycle xnlMing froto the Y.M.C.A.,
where be all be 1fft 11 parked
Rano Recital '
By pupils of FL'ank E. Church,
lll at First Chrif tian church to
nlrhL promptly .it 8 o'clock, as-
listed D7 local win-ni. i uuuc iur-
dially Incited. Ajdv.
Tw Comfit Te
judge W. M. f'li'ney pnormu
two marriage cefremonles vester-
jg wsen ne ujvuea in mirnige
Emm M. Hill of SaJem and Victor
p. Broadwell of Portland and also
Florence Jc.ieery oioaiem ana
Charles Guy AJrUj-ni ot scio.
Orders continuing me nnai ac
count of the estates of Margaret
jl. Rntseii, aeieasea, . ana or toe
aetata of waipua a. snaw, de
ceased, were Tiua yesterday in the
county court Ira. Ada Shaw Em-
mett' was the
Se Vlck Ill-other Ad
This issue concerning
Sound tire prices. Adv,
Child's Coat Foand
A child's green coat haTine a
bearer fur collar was left In the
main tent of the Al O. Barnes
Show company on Saturday after-
noon. The coat was taken to the
police department where it may be
identified and recovered by the
Dnrdahl Can Foot ponrd.
The case of C. Burton Durdahl.
charged with obtaining money un.
false pretense, which was to have
received a hearing yesterday in
the justice court, before Judge O.
L. I nruh has been postponed until
later In the week. It is under
stood the extension of time was
granted In order that the defen
dant might be enabled to get the
assistance of certain witnp- sen
School Building Kntrred
The office in the Lincoln school
house appeared to have been used
as a smoking room, and orobaalv
a sleeping room also, yesterday
morning when Mrs. West, princi
pal of the school, entered the
room. Cigarette stubs and matches
were found lying around on the
rioor. Upon investigation It was
found the window on the east
side ot the building had been
broken, into and in this way an
entrance to the building forced.
No clue to the identity ot the in
truder? has been found.
Announce a reduction in price
of Sound tires. See their ad.
Former IleKklent YliL
ii. ai. uranson oi t'oruand, a
former business man of Salem,
was greeting, his old time friends
here yesterday. When living in
this city, Mr. Branson was In the
grocery business with H. H. Ita
gan. They are now running a ho
tel in Portland.
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At The Elejctrle Sign "SHOES"
Get them at The Statesman nf-
f:ce. Catalog on application.
I Befriends Stray Dog
me nignt watchman of the
Spanlding mill is evidently
friend to dogs. Saturday night
he found an alrdale on the street
and phoned in to the police de
part requesting that he be permit
ted to keep it. He was Informed
that it would be necessary to pat
the animal in the pound where,
after the usual routine of proce
dure, it might be redeemed or
Kodak Developing, Etc.
Commercial Book Store, 163 N.
. Kew Shoe Repairing Shop
bar classes, fit your eyes. Our
I . , ' I
DHLS prour purse
,;, HABTMA2I BROS.
; . Jewelers , a Opticians
Piona 1155 Salem, Oregon
1 DRY PASTE
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179 N. Com. St. I
Xary Jacket Stolen
C. W. Boatwright, 625 South
Nineteenth street, reported yester
day to the police station that
someone had taken his coat from
the ferris wheel at the foot of
Court street. It was a navy jacket
and had the name ot the owner
stenciled on the lining.
404 Ferry St Salem. Oregon
Better Goods For
We pay 2c above the
market price lor eggs
NuoBJ Perfect Liquid 'PlnU
" tl !. A IfilrM Ok. I
S5 N. Conunarcui trwum r
tin Prasad.. . 3.. -B0c
Edcai dcancri & Djen
!lill S. Coal 8L Phona lilt
Do you Uk
If not. why not!
No other baths or traaunenis
can produce the permanent ro
ller to tbo person suiierma
from dlsagreeablo cold or sit
ments of tho flesh or body liks
tho Turkish Baths will.
Open S a. m. until 9 p. m.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and oenuunw www
S IW IprUf rUatlac Order Tnmx
TUX SALEX NURSERY CO,
I 4JI Oir Bandlaf
HUM O10 0
VALLEY MOTOR CO,
The Mutual Life
ot N. Y.
Lower net cost.
J. F. HUTCHASON.
271 SUte St Phone 99
Will Protect Kim
A number of home owner in
Salem have elm trees on their
lots that will need to be sprayed
to protect them 1 from the leaf
beetle. If such artie will mm-
municate with ne at the court
house I- will endeavor to secure
some one with a hiKh-power
sprayer and special equipment to
do thlc worn as (he orainary
sprayer Is entirely inadequate. S.
li. Van Trump, county horticul
turist. Phone 30.
month ago and was hurt again in
the game with 0. A, C. Saturday.
Fred Kadspinner, who sustained a
brokn ankle in a game about a
month ago is now going about on
Ralph Thomas, a senior at Wil
lamette university, went to Day
ton Sunday to occupy the pulpit
in the Methodist church there.
Walters Will Speak
The Highland Parent-Teacher
association will meet at the High
land school at 7:30 o'clock to
night. A short program will be
piven by the school children. Fol
lowing this W. P. Walters, execu
tive secretary of the Near East re
lief will give an address. This
will probably be the last meeting
this spring and all members are
expected to be present.
0wnj Another Market
Hen lyevy. son of S. Levy, and
one of the founders of the .Midget
Market, now operated by Harry
I?vy. is openini, a retail meat
market in Oregon City. The mar
ket will be equipped with an up-to-date
cold storage plant and will
bo operated in connection with
) is wholesale meat business of
Portland. The Oregon City mar
ket wiU be nown as the ,Mid
Auto Radiator Repairing
Modern equipment, prompt ex
pert service. Nelson Bros., 355
359 Chemeketa St. Adv.
Good lot on paved street in
North Salem. Phone 271. Adv.
Kit radii Ion Granted
(lovernor Olcott has granted the
extrad tion of H. E. Hedgesl who
is wanted at Wappelo. Ia.. on a
charge of wife desertion and non
support. A hearing was . .given
Saturday. Hedges has been em
ployed for some time in Portland.
SIM f k
OPENS AT T
Portland Physical Director;
Comes to Teach School
Boys and Girls
Can You Pick -Out
a Good Ad?
EXCUSED FROM CLASSES
Many Salem Children Learn
Strokes in First Lesson
The Aladdin Ready Cut House Co.
Of Portland is having a special
sale of the first 25 houses sold
during Homebullders' week in
Portland, starting May 9. at one
fourth (25 per cent) off regular
prices. I have been authorized to
sell in th s territory the first ten
houses sold this week at one
fourth off regular prices. Act
quick if you want to save several
hundred dollars on your home.
Big saving in construction at reg
ular prices. Chas. F. Smith, 409
Oregon bldg., factory representa
S. R. Pearo -
Formerly of the firm of Barber
& Pearson, realtors, has again
opened offices and Is now pleas
antly located at room 408 V. S.
National bank . bldg., where he
will be glad to receive his cus
tomers and will pive his lister
property personal attention.
A Classified Ad
Will bring you a buyer.
Two Injured in Baseball
Loren Basler, third baseman on
the Willamette baseball team is
receiving medical attention for a
broken thumb. According to the
attending physician the thumb
was probably broken about a
MORRIS At Coburg. at 4 o'clock
Sunday morning. Richard Mor
ris. The funeral services will
be held at the City View ceme
tery in this city at 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Mr. Morris was a
former resident of Salem and
for many years was a cattle
buyer in Detroit.
BURROWS In Albany Saturday
May 7, William Franklin Bur
rows, age' 50 years, brother of
Mrs. J. D. Cook of Albany, for
merly with the Salem Commons
mission. The remains will ar
rive Tuesday, May 10, on the
1:40 Oregon Electric, funeral
services following at 2r 30 from
the Free Methodist church.
Winter and Market streets.
Rev. Harrington officiating. In
terment in Iee Mission ceme
tery, under the direction or
Rigdon & Son.
Will Visit Yellowstone
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hengren of
Flloomington. 111., who have been
spending the winter in Califor
nia, stopped at the camp ground
here lat night to remain over
night. They are now on their way
home, planning to stop ever and
v'sit Yellowstone park on their
way. Other campers who also
plan to visit Yellowstone park are
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Keefer ot
Redfleld. Ia. who also
winter in California
their home, which is
Moines, last June. .
Travel on Motorcycl
Two young men. A. J. McCain
of Angola. Ind.. and E. C. Storey,
Orlan, Ind., arrived at the auto
comp grounds last night on mo
torcycles and sidecars on which
'hey have traveled from their
homes to California and on which
they are now starting the return
journey. The two spent the win
ter in Cali'ornia and will return
via Spokane. They carry their
entire equipment in the sidecars.
Easterners Fill Iupit
Bishop Luther B. Wilson of the
New York area of the Methodist
Episcopal church, who was the
speaker at the evening service at
the First Methodist church Sun
day, addressed the students of
Willamette university at chapel
yesterday. Bishop Wilson came
to the coast for a meeting of the
board ot bishops to be held during
the coming week in Portland. Sua-;
day morning the pulp.t at the
Methodist church was occupied bjf
Rev. Bert E. Smith of Minneap
olis, a close friend of the local
pastor. Rev. Blaine E. Kirkpal
rlck. Rev. Mr. Smith is superin
tendent of the adult department of
the board of Sunday schools. Miss
Rosa Hlrsch, soloist at the First
Method:st church here, was form
erly soloist in the church presided
over by Rev. Mr. Smith in Minneapolis.
TREMBATH In this city Sunday
May 8, Harry Trembath. ared
53 years, latae a resident 6t
Oregon City. Body forwarded
to Oregon City Sunday evening
by Rigdon & Son where funeral
services " and - interment win
Webb & Clough
RIGDON & SON
f ill Union Meir in th citr. t i mon
Hll Tuedy eTening. May lu, i i .-.
for the porpo. of dwidinc whether
Boiinen Atent honld be mee in me
local field. nd to trnrt nnr other but-
net tht it of Importance o tne Lioor
movement In baleta.
your petition in !1 mntten.
HALL. TUESDAY EVEHTSO.
MAY 10, 7:30.
Ask your grocer lor
SALEM BAKIXQ COMPANY
Ml Court 8U
HOURS 11 A.JLTO8 P. if.
Napoleon Davis of Butteville
was a business visitor yesterday In
F. O. Johnson of Hazel Green
was in Salem yesterday.
Elmer Downing of Sublimity
and a road patrolman of that dis
trict was conferring with the
couonty court yesterday on road
Louis H-. Tarpley'of Portland
spent Sunday in Salem, visiting
with his mother, Mrs. II. C. Tarp-
Weller Chamaberlain of Ports-
land spent the week-end in Salem
visiting with his mother. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. I.indholm of Sil
verton were in the city yesterday
L. L. Minard of Hazelau re
turned Sunday nieht from a
weeks vls'jt In Coos county.
C. E. Blough. a hardware mer
chant of Havre, Mont., was a
enest at the Commercial club
"Every Boy and Girl in Salem
a Swimmer" is the slopan adopted
by the Y.M.C.A. In the community
swimming campaign which was
inst tuted yesterday as one of the
activities of that organization.
Thomas Gawley, head of the
physical department of the Port
land Y.M.C.A. is in Salem for one
week to head-up the swimming in
struction and organize the classes
of school children.
The pool is open on Monday and
Thursday for boys and on Tues
day and Friday for the girls, only
those ch ldren who are unable to
swim being admitted to the
classes. Prmission must be se
cured from the parents before ex
cuses from school will be granted.
At 9 o'clock yesterday morning
three boys reported from High
land school, at 9:30 six came from
Richmond school, at 10 o'clock 20
boys came from the Park school.
at 10:30 13 came from the Gar
field school. Of that number fiv
learned to swim. They were V al
ter Bowne, William Bowne, Chan
dler Brawn and Henry Dewitz. At
11 o'clock 14 boys came from
Lincoln school, of which Duane
Kirk, Thomas Williams, Freeman
Drake and Francis Pelton learned
to swim. At 11:30 three came
from Englewoed school. At 1
o'clock 18 boys Came from McKin
ley school. Of that number nine
learned to swim, Carl Birdwell,
Winston Williams, Herman Cop-
pock, Harold Tomlinson, William
Riley. Ronold Holbert, Elmer
Fauk. Wilfred Linfoot and Har
old Jensen. At 2 o'clock four boys
came from the Grant school and at
o'clock four came from Wash
ington school of which Melvin
Long learned to swim Today the
girls of the various grade and
Junior high schools who cannot
swim will be at the "Y" for
swimming instructions. Wednes
day the whole day and evening
will be given to the Y.W.C.A-
X'ses Corsan 8ystro.
Mr. Gawley uses . the ; tamiOuh
Corsan system apd Is successful tn
teacholng boys to swim In a short
per.od of time. Nineteen boys whe
coald not swim at all when they
same to th pool went away able
to swim across the pool, the dis
tance of 20 feet, and one little lad
from the Garfield school went
from the first elementary princi
ples to swimming the full length
01 tne pool, 40 leet, in tne one
The schedule, according to
Highland .... 9:00 to 9:30 a.m.
Richmond .. . 9:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Park 10:00 to 10:30 a.m.
Garfield 1 0 : 30 to 1 1 .00 a.m.
Lincoln 11:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Enslewood ... 1 1 :30 to 12:00 a.m.
McKinley .... 1:00 to 2:00 p. m
Grant 2:00 to 3:15 p.m.
S. Deaf School--3 : 1 5 to 3:45 p m.
Washington .. 3:45 to 6:00 p.m.
The committee consists of John
Farran, chairman; Gearge Hug,
Julian Burroughs and Mrs. James
If you think you know a
good Classified ad, here's
your chance to win one of
the three cash awards the
Statesman will give each
week for the one who picks
out the five "best written
ads" on the Statesman clas
sified page, Vay 12, 13 and
The best selection, 1st award
The second best selection,
2nd reward $1.50.
The third best selection, 3rd
The first awards will be
announced in Tuesday's is
sue of each week, the first
announcement Tuesday May
17th. Contestants must see
that their selections reach
the Statesman office before
Monday morninR of each
week In order to be consid
ered. The Statesman wants your
selections of the best Clas
sified ad. Please clip th
five ads that you conside
are the best on the abov
dates and mail to the ('la?
sified Ad. Manager, Ortgotji
Statesman, Salem, Ore.
TO BE i
Protestants Against Central
Oregon Transfer to
shoot at deer and hit a guide."
Washington Star." ,j
Use Statesman Classified Ads
Lewis and Leland Smith
Attend Meeting at
Settlers of the Central Oregon
irrigation project, individual wat
er u.ers and the Deschutes river
federal board, who have protest
ed against the proposal of the
Central Oregon Irrigation com
pany to seil its interests in the
project to the Title & Trust com
pany 01 rortiana, win ue given
a hearing by the state desert land
board in Salem today, beginning
at o'clock p. m. v
Representatives of the Central
Oregon Irrigation company and
01 me Title Trust company ap
peared before the board sevsa-al
as ago wim a proposal mat lue
transfer be made, the company
agreeing to retain sufficient w!&t-
-tc right. to hand e contracts that
had been entered into with the
settlers of the Pilot Butte unit.
Univ unsold lands were proposed
to be embraced in the transfer;
Percy A. Cupper, state ejipi-ne-r,
refused to approve the iro-
,.osul without investigation and
an opportunity to hear fromjall
persons interested. He has iiot
piessed his personal opinion of
the proposal, and whether or ;iiot
tiie board approves it doubtless
will depend on the conf.ieidc-bt-re
Get a bottle of
Relieves Coughs, Colds,
etc., in no time
157 S. Commercial St.
"Some of these rust:cators lead
xji aimless existence." comment
ed the Maine farmer. i
"They do," answered the hlted
man, "judging oy the way taey
Has New Minister
IN WILDE DRAMA
Snikpoh's Will Give "The
Importance of Bein
W. W. MOORE'
Tit Home ot the VictroU
Tot tat bore for your money at
j 1 Moore a
In.nMnr nnstalrs at Komking Cafe,
every Tuesday, Thursday ana oav-
I . . . a . ln nn i n l-
uraay nignis. -
162 V N.
Call a n. Tracy Wood Co.
tor all kinds ot
Prompt delivery Phone 120
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ELECTRIC MACHINE &
; ENGINEERING CO.
FOR ANY BARGAINS
We buy and sell everything
Our mission in
life is one of re
dom and tactful
politeness is as
surance of the
ter of our services.
Tb services at the First Pres
byterian church Sunday 'were
both interesting and Impressive,
and were conducted by the new
pastor. Rev. Ward Willis Long.
In the morning at 11 o'clock,
the services cons sted of baptism
of infants, children and adults,
public reception of new members
and ordination and installation ot
Elders and deacons, and commun
The following new members
were received: Mrs. Margaret
Wltchen. Claud Kells. Mr. and
Mrs J. M. Doughton, Mrs. Ruby
Morris. Kenneth W. Morris. Mrs.
Lvle Murrv. Henry F. DeBoet.
Cecelia DeHoest. Dorothy Brant.
Mr and Mrs. C. E. Bassett. Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Buell. Eugene
Prescott. Carolyn Grace Lam
brith. Iaura Eaton. Helen Darby.
Grace Rhoades and Constance
Smart. A vesper service t 5
o'clock was held at which Moth
er's dav exercises were g en
with appropriate sermon by th?
pastor on tne suoje-j. u
a ni iini'rtlwv of
COMPOUND COPAIBA and CUBEM
Considerable Interwf. is being
evinced in the Oscar Wilde suc
cuess. "The Importance of Being
Earnest which the Snikpoh Dra
matic society of the high school
is to present Friday night in the
high school auditorium. T'ut
comedy-drama. which is being
given under the direction of Miss-
Marie Churchill, is the second
dramatic program to be given by
the society this year.
The play, which was accorded
a tremendous success upon the
professional stage, has received
attention from many dramatic
critics with whom it seems to
have found favor.
Proceeds from the play are to
go toward swelling the scenery
ftind to purchase new stage
scenery, of which the school is
In dire need. The new Inner
scene, which is decprated in a
cream and gray combination and
wljlch was bought from the pro
ceeds of their last program, will
be used for the first time that
Among the talented actors who
will carry parts In the play are
Paul Staley and Evan Jones, who
carry the leading i roles; betha
Wilson, Ruth Griffith. ' Francis
Shrode. Nellie Rowland. Donald
Davidson, Herbert Montgomery
and Milton Steiner. Alt of th"
cast have had previous dramatic
training. several having taken
part In more than one. Miss
Marie Churchill, thel rcoach. who
Is also their club advisor, is a
popular coach in high school dra
matics, having directed the Snik
poh society for three years.
The big question, of freight
rates on shipments of fruit to
the east is under discussion today
at Yakima before representatives
of the interstate commerce com
C. I. Lewis, assistant manager
ot the Oregon Growers Coopera
tive association and Leland Smith,
in charge of traffic, are In at
tendance to present facts and fig
ures in freight rates, showing
that the present rates on fruit
shipments are so high that in
many instances the railroad gets
such a tariff there is nothing in
It for the grower.
This meeting with representa
tives of the commission is one of
the most important meetings to
fruit growers ever held in the
northwest. Representatives are
present from Hood River, the
Wenatchee apple section, western
Oregon and the Yakima apple sec.
S)opii of the Annual Sutemqt of ,th
Union Hispano Americana de
Seguros, S. A.
of nTr. in tii Republic of Cobs, on
the 81t day of Dormbr. lao, mad to
the Inure Comminiinner of the State
of Oregon, pnranant to law:
Amount of statutory oVposit. Jt 40O,O00;00
Set prirninms received dur-
inic the year . . 3,111,G$,17
InterefcU diyidends and rpnU
received during the year 80.52K67
Income from other aourcea
received during tho year .. HB.-b4.-S
BLIGH Clarence Butt. New
berg, Mrs. L. D. Baldwin. Tono,
Wash.; Mrs J. Ferguson, -Miss E.
Pearselle. O. Ben tier. Ray C. WU-
't'nson. H. IT. Dannies. F. R. Dav-
son. H. J. Griffith, J. R. Lee,
Sydney L. Coolie. J. T. Turnbull,
Lyle O. Parker Frank McKeon
vir. and Mrs. Boyce. C. W. Brey-
man, H. E. Walton, Portland; B
G. Works. Talent; Delia Mullen
L. H. Smith. Archie A. Mosier.
Henry Hall. Ashland; Fred Kir
bv Yakima: M. Rosenberger. Los
Aneeles: H. W. Rhodes. C. E.
Powers and wife Valsetx. Oregon
L. P. Starr. Camas, Wash.; Mrs
N. E. Powell, W. C Powell, Falls
ARGO George W. Stokes,
Gilliam. C. H. Coburn. James S.
Glesan. Port'and: Charles Nor-
MARION Frank J. Neuner.
Rosebure. Waller K. Swan. Los
Angeles. D. A. Diamond,. Glen E
Fox M. B. Ruishaw. C. A. Dimm,
P. B. Hammond. E. R. Richards
F. B. Rayburn. E. J. Hunchey, W.
E. Robertron. F. H. Wangel, Mr
and Mrs. J. S. Shute, Iester Sim
mons. Henry E. Emstrom, M. W
Armstrong. C. J. Holway. T. C.
Tart. T. A. Shafer. J T. Altman.
s P Waipr G B. Harris. V. K.
Moline, A. F. H olden, Jr.. TT. N
Brainerd. W. J. rane, F. M. Jam
l.fr C I! Albert. T. T. Petty. R
o Wfi II .larkson. K. H.
Schmeer. C. W. De lloff. W. H
Redman. K. I. Drummond. R. H
Miles. W. L. McCullongh. Port
land: George E Miller. Sacramen
to; Oliver M. Stewart. Chicago;
M. J. Q-aig. Los Angeles: E. M.
Basston. San Francisco; Clayton
L. I-ong. Corvallis. G. C. Taylor
and wife. Mrs. H. C. Martin. Wal
ter Arbick, Toronto, W. F. Ait
ken. Denver: P. Schneelock. A; F.
Terstegge. New York; J. S. Mc
Mahon and wife. Halsey. A. M.
;alienkanip. St. Elmo M. Powell.
San Francisco; K. A Cillon, L.
H. Johnson. Eusene; W. E. Rus
sell. Peru. Ind.. George H. Evans.
Tacoma; Walter B. Swan. Ios
Angelas. Miss Alice Buets and
Miss Maggie Buets. Monmouth.
Total ineome $3,320,734.59
Net l-nea paid during the.
yer including ad;ntiaent -7
ex pen Res .- 91, 533.12t72
Ommintiona and salaries
oaid daring the year 1.048.263,81
Taxe. lirenaes and feei paid
durine the year i,la,si
Amount of all other expendi- ?s:
tares - zm.suo.oo
Total expenditures ;...92,10.3;4S
Values of stocks snd bonds ':
owned (market valne) .. ..92.13S.7,P5
Cash in banks and on hand 274,067,49
Premiums in course 01 col-
lection written since Se- i;
tembeT SO. 1920 207,89Tvt
Interest and rents due and 2
Total admitted assets 92.643.88t.65
Hntu cl&tma for losses on-
psid 9 809.61 72
Amount of unearned premi- ;v
urns on all outstanding
AH other liabilities 26.000:00
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our stock. ,;
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163 N. Coml St., Salem
Tnt.l lititiltie eHtlttiTe
of statutory deposit of
Business In Oregon for the Tew.
Net premiums received dur- i.
in the vear 9 13,733 S
losses paid dnrine the year 14.3770
Louies incurred during tho- t-
vesr . . lfl.S7S.S7
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W. D. IieKpird. I. 8. Msnscrr. ;J
Ststntorv resident attorney for servlci
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is a story of a girl waif
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mined by an old Lamp
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271 N. Commercial Street
Bowman is Speaker
At Dental Meeting
lr. S. A. Uowman was a p'k
er on thf program at the m"nthlv
meet ng of the Marion. Polk and
Yamhill Dental societies meeting
Saturday afternoon, ppeaking on
"Early Dentistry and Instruments
of oft YearF Asm." Other speak
ers were Dr. Minot of Portland,
whose subjf-ct was ' Minor Oral
Surgery", and Dr. Fred Guile, al
so of Port'ard. who gave a clinic
oh plate work.
Saturday 11a. m.
100 CarsLate Models
Highest prices paid- also cars taken on
No charges made for storage
Drive car to;)ur showrooms
INDEPENDENT MOTOR SALES CO.
Corner West Pari and Couch Streets
Phone Bdwy 4645 0en Evenings and Sundays
Ea a a
for Thor Washing Machlnee and
AT TOUR I
Read The Classified Ads.
215 Center St Phone 393
!, Electric Work and Supplies
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