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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
( 'rote Kstn 1 1 Set I led
Papers (tlecreejng the estate or
Kobert Alexander Crossan, de
ceased, as settled were issued yes
terday by the county court. Arnn
Cordon Crossan, the admimsti.i
lor of the estate, wan discharged
from further liability. Tlie coiin
ty court app"iu'''d yesterday .,n)
Sc.hwab. (. A. Cone and J. I'. Kel
ler as appraisers of the estate of
the estate of Althea It. Williams,
Thene Nice Summer Days
Show up all the imperfections
of jour old suit, l'.etter let us
tailor you a new one. llosher, the
. A il:iught.T wan born on 1'tiday
nt the Salem Duacoiusx hospital
to Mr and Mrs T. C. Walsh. s.'i
North Fourteenth street.
I'nlon Oil ItcKrti
The Union Oil company of Tali
fornia yesterday filed with the
secretary of state a statement
i-howintr that during the month of
April the company sold in Oregon
580.837.5 gallons of gasoline and
111.068 gallons of distillate, and
at tho Klamath Fallg substation.
"The Idol of The
JDur glasses fit your eyes. Our
I bills your purse
i 1IAKTMAN BKOS.
! Jewelers and Opticians
Phone 1255 Salem, Oregon
Max 0. Bwren
dry paste 179 N. Com. St.
Better Good For
:! JUST RECEIVED
Naaons Perfect Liquid Faints
Capital Furoltare ft Hardware Co.
285 N. Commercial Phone 947
Jolts Cleaned . .-.f L50
olts Pressed. .w.;i. .
Salea Cleaner & Djcn
21S A Com! 8t Phone ItCt
T l?rUg riaetlac Oratf iHe
TUB SALEM NURSERY CO.
Ceil O. II. Tracy Wood Co,
Iot all kinds of
Do 70a tale
If not, way not!
No other bathe or treatments
can produce the permanent re
lief to the peraon suffering
from disagreeable cold or ail
ment of the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths will
Open 8 a.m. until lp.m
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Gentlemen attend
The Mutual Life
Lower net cost.
J. F. HUTCH ASON,
271 State St Phone 99
nouns 11 A. M. TO 8 P. M.
Dancing upstairs at Nomklng Cafe,
a v a ..-... rr. . . cut.
iuu;, t uuriun iuu Sat
urday nights. American and Chi
162 N. Commercial St.
C.GCO Rations of gasoline and
S53;5 rations of distillate. The
company paid a tax of $3?4.2S un
der th, fuel tax law of l'Jlt and
$121.95 under the act of I'U 1.
Fried Chicken Dinner
Today at the Spa. Adv.
l!aly ;ir Arrive
A 1-2 pound daughter war.
born May 21 to Mr. and Mr K.
I. .Speaker of Salem Heights Hti
has been named Huth h'vangeime.
TIm-m Hot Dayn .
Make that lieavy woolen suit
seem very uncomfortable-' Metier
look over our fabrics. Mother,
the tailor to men and women.
k B, Kodak liulne
II. X. Sanderson of Portland
lias come t Salem to install a
complete kodak and kodak tup
plies department at the Capital
l'rug store. Mr. Sanderson was
formerly with "Sandy" in r..n
land for four years.
Fried Chicken Dinner
Today at the Spa. A.lv.
Son Visit Here
Lucas Smith, who is employed
In tine Burns gar ape at Feiidleton.
left for Portland Friday after vis
iting with his parents here, to
ppend a short visit with his sister.
Mrs. C. C. Scott. After that he
will go to Tillamook to visit with
r.n old friend. Wilbur McCracken.
who formerly lired In Salem, and
later to Astoria to visit. He is the
son of Mrs. Joseph M. Smith of
Forester of America, Attention
Big initiation and ice cream
feed. Tuesday evening. Be there.
Italia Man Treated
H. A. Coleman of Dallas, an
agent for the Southern Pacific
uailway company at that placp.
submitted to an operation yester
day morning at the Salem Dea
coness hospital. Mrs. Chester
Davis of Woodbnrn was also op
erated on yesterday and Mrs. Lil
lian Christie of route 6 on Friday:
Cole McElroyN Orrhcst
Dreamland rink. Monday Mar
of C. Student Fined
C. K. Barker, a. ITniversitv of
California tHudent who was driv
ing to Eugene for the TTnlvernitr
of Oregon Junior Week-end was
fined 12 in Judge Unruh's court
rfday afternoon for s Deed in on
the Pacific highway. In company
with three other students Barker
was arrested by Bert Smith, coun
ty traffic officer.
ow Is the Time-
To buy a summer suit. We have
the best fabrics. Mosher.
Smart Loses Finsrs
W hile operating a cut-off saw
J the- box factory at the Spauld
ng mill Friday about 11 o'clock.
Ilifford Smart. 515 Cherry-ave-
left hand caught.' and three fin
gers were so badly mangled that
If) WOa S ftnlSii 1 1 6 a. BMn a thit
second and third finger below the
first joint. There is a possibility
that he may also lose a part of
the little finger. Just how the
WBBt Z2u SAXXM. OlEQOI
A TTom Avtf From Hobm
8trWly Modern Sl.OO pw day
100 rooms of Solid Comfort
Oalr Hotel ia BasiBM LHrtrirt
S. C STONE, hi D.
and does a general office practice.
Office Tyler's Drag Store
157 South Commercial Street
Vacuum Cleaners Repaired
Motor rewinding, contracting,
electric Fixtures, etc.
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
337 Court St Phone 488
We pay 2c aboye the
market price for eggs
We can save you money on
your Plumbing Supplies; it
wlil pay you to come and
see us about prices. We al
ways have a supply of all
Tenti, all sizes, prices
We buy and sell everything
216 Chemeketa St.
accident occurred Mr. Smart was
unable to say. as it was done si
(M)inpi.t Assessor Here
tleortfe Uastou of Olympia,
Wash., county a.ssHsur of Thurs
ton county, l in the city, the
must of Dr. and Mrs. B. L.
Sleeve. He expects U remain for
a week ami will l joined here
about I he middle of the week by
his daughter. Miss Anna Caston.
one of the ilirrtorH of the Kllison
W hite roinpany.
We Make New
And different French pastry
each day. Gray Belle. Adv.
Meet With Huddles
Clarence Lombard and' It. E.
Wyatt of this city attended the
Fecund annual banquet and re
union of the 361st ambulance
company held In Cugene recently
at the Chamber of Commerce. The
history of this unit of the it 1st di
vision has Just been completed and
was given to each member present
at this meeting.
Drs. White and Marshall
Osteopathic physwrmns. U. S. Uk.
Student Will Senk
Harold Hull, son of O. J. Hull.
119 North High street, will occupy
the pulpit of the First Christian
church tonight. Mr. Hull, who hart
been attending the University of
Oregon and Eugene Bible school,
returned to Salem yesterday. He
is a graduate, of the Salem high
school and will spend the summer
"Samson and the Lion"
Will be Dr. Kantner's sermon
subject this evening. This will be
followed by a motion picture film.
At 11 a. m. Dr. Sullens of Port
land wilt speak.
Two Men Wanted
Word received by the Salem po
lice from Albany yesterday to the
effect that two men were headed
this way. who were wanted in that
city on a charge of having stolen
a plow. That the offenders were
traveling in an automobile, was
the only assistance given the lo
cal authorities to enable them to
make the arrest.
Fried Chicken Dinner
With French pastry for dessert
today at the Gray Belle. Adv.
Townscnd Cace Deferred
The case of Paul Townsend
charged with breaking quaran
tine for smallpox, was postponed
in the Justice court Friday, until
May 26. Mr. Townsend lives on a
ranch near this city, and Is said
to have exposed the school chil
dren to tho disease while driving
around the neighborhood in an
Hear Dr. Sullen
State superintendent of Congre
gational churches. He will speak
at the First Congregational church
at 11 a. m.
Invalid Will be Moved
J. H. Xlckerson. who has been
confined to his bed for about two
years on account of rheumatism,
will bo removed from the Deacon
ess hospital Wednesday. He will
le taken to Hot Springs, eastern
iii i ii i ii
SOUEXSEN At his late home.
889 Gaines avenue. May 20, An
drew Sorenson, at the age of 74
years. He is survived by a Ftep
son and four nieces, all residing
in the east. II was a resident
of Salem for many years, bis
wife dying in 1913. Funeral
from the Terwllllger home Mon
day. May 23, at 2:30 p. in.. Kev.
J. J. Gillespie officiating, burial
in I. O. O. F. cemetery.
WARNER The funeral of Miss
Clara Warner will be held Mon
day at 2:30 from the chapel of
Webb Sl Cloogb. Rev. W. C.
Kantner will have charge of the
services and Interment will be
in the I. O. O. Fl cemetery.
BLAKER The funeral for the
late John0 Franklin Blaker, who
died Wednesday evening, will
take place Monday at 2 o'clock
from Rigdon's. Interment I.
O. O. F. cemetery.
Webb & Clough
The public has
plaeed the proper
value upon our
abilities are on
our fidelity io
every trust has
won for us a val
fcBngnxMMaLMtacBaai-Sxaja.sjBKa.QrT m ummbmiMMM
Oregon, where It Is hoped his con-
uumti win improve
Take Some of Oar
French pastry on your picnic
today. Uray Belle. Adv.
Oregon City .Man Fined
Harold Lewis of Oregon City,
was fined $., in the municipal
eotirt yesterday by Judge Karl
Itace, following an arrest lor
breaking traffic regulations ot
the city. .Mr. Lewis pleaded
guilty to cutting the corner at the
intersection of Commercial aiid
State Ht reels. The arrest was
made hv Police Officers Victor and
Fried Chicken Dinner
Today at tho Spa.-
Occupant r it harmed
While Mrs. II. I). Tarpley ot
route was driving an automo
bile west on Kerry street yester
day her car was struck by anoth
er belonging to the Capital City
Cooperative creamery, which was
traveling east on Ferry, turning
north on Liberty street. A spoke
was broken in a wheel and a ten
ner bent on the Tarpley car. The
occupants-of neither tars were re
ported as being Injured by the
See the Wondrous Display
Of Priscllla Dean Tarns at Mrs.
Stlth's millinery store. 33."! Slate
Princilla lean will be seen at Ihe
Liberty theater, beginning Sun
A decree was issued yesterday
in the circuit court in the case ot
C. A. Cochran vs. George Itiggs,
which determined that the plain
tiff was entitled to certain lands
on the little north fork of tho
Santiam. The decree cleared Mr
Cochran's title to the land and
placed a restraining order on the
defendant from entering or tres
passing on the property.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Farm Name Registered
An application for a farm name
was filed recently by Mrs. Mattia
E. Eldridge. The farm consisting
of 318 acres near Champoeg. she
wishes to name Meadow Bank.
Another applicant was P- H.
Brown of Sublimity, who asked to
have his farm registered under
the name of Silver Crest.
Auto Radiator Tlepaxrtng
Modern equipment, prompt ex
pert service. Nelson Bros., 3 BB
SS Chemeketa St Adv.
Following a petition for letters
of administration, Mildred Palk
er McCaffrey was appointed yes
terday by tho county conrt as ad
ministratrix oT the estate of Ed
ward Hugh McCaffrey, deceased.
The estate ii said to be valued at
Will bring you a buyer.
Five License luel
Five marriage licenses were Is
sued yesterday in the office of t'
G. Boyer, county clerk. The ap
nlicants were Bertha Wilson and
Albert W. Brady of Woodburn
Dorothy Scott of Salem and W. F.
Vauehn of Portland: Marie Fab
ian of Salem and Byron A. Mur
ray of Falls ICty; Edna May Blak
er of Salem and John Jfelton
Smith of Portland: Judith Nordy
sen and IeRoy Oleson of Salem.
Eastman Kodaks and Suppll
Commercial Book Store, 163 N
"The Queen of the Waves"
Is the title of a very fine motion
picture film to be exhibited at the
First Congregational church this
evening. It covers 500 years of
American history. Indians. Co
lumbus. Henry Hudson, Hobert
Fulton, the secretary of the navy
and President Wilson all appear In
the picture. See it.
iiiea at ryw s oti
an expert in tne Duamesa. iaov.j
Stege Very 111
Harvey Stege of 1660 State
street, ls reported as being H
with pneumonia at the Salem
George Meyers of Mt. Angel Was
a business visitor in the city yes
terday. C. H. Taylor and family of Sunny-side,
were in Salem yesterday
attending the Salem grange meet
Dick Goodin is a week-end vis
itor in Eutrene. going down Fri
day to attend the junior celebra
tion and to visit with his sister,
Lloyd Hauser of Eugene was a
visitor this week in the city, com
ing up for a visit with his brother
of the Hauser Brothers sporting
E. E. Shields and family of Ger
vais were in the city yesterday
and attended the meeting of the
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Seicmund
were among the guests in the city
yesterday from Gervals.
O. E. Rue and A. O. Loo of
Evans Valley were business visi
tors in the city yesterdav.
Jacob Voorhees of Woodburn
was In Salem on Saturday.
E. P. Morcum, an attorney of
Woodburn, was conferring with
the county court yesterday.
Charles McAllister, road pa
trolman of Shaw, was transacting
business yesterday in Salem.
Mary and Margaret Scollard of
Woodburn were guests in Salem
Miss Althea McKinney. who has
been working In the office of the
countv clerk on the poll books for
the special election, completed her
work vesterdav and Is leaving to-
dav for her home In Turner.
Miss Jones, who taught the
Wyatt school, has returned to her
home in Salem.
Read The Classified Ads.
i ii i . "
Situation is Uncertain, Says
Paulus of Oregon Grow
Wholesalers Financially Un
able to Place Their Ad
At present the canning situation
" very uncertain duo to a num
7,"' causes, according to R c.
lanlus. general manager of the
Oregon (;r()W,,l8 Cooperative as
sociation One of these caupes. Mr Paul
us says, la the lack of ord its for
..' oenvery in large .tiantii ies
" " receive or III 14
nine or the ear. and another is
'lie difficulties canneries have in
no orders, managers of
u.iiierie8 are in an uncertain
frame of mind, not only as to the
amount they should pack. nut
what ls of importance to the
grower, as to th? price they can
afford to pay for fruit.
Whllesalers are financially un
able to place their usual advance
orders for canned goods. Mr. Paul
us says, on account of their heavy
losses on sugar, coffee and other
commodities. As everyone knows
there was a very rapid decline in
the price of sugar not so many
months ago and many wholesale
houses ihat bandied canned good?,
suffered serious financial loss.
Henc many of the wholesale
houses in the east that generally
buy heavy, are now obliged to fol
low a hand to mouth method in
buying, and this is the policy be
ing followed for the present.
Small packs may result
This policy, if continued. Mr.
Paulug believes, will result in
lack of orders for canneries. They
will be obliged to put up a small
pack without having future ord
ers already on hand.
One o' the results of this poli
cy Mr. PauluB says will be thai
the trade will be out of canned
goods before the end of the sea
son abd in the meantime a con
siderable portion of the fruit will
On account of heavy losses tak
en last season due to shrinkage in
values at inventory taking, almost
all canneries are now busy refin
ancing themselves. However,
much thought is now being given
by canners. bankers and growers
as to the best methods of hand
ling the canning proposition this
year. Some plan will probably
be worked out. Mr. Paulus says.
;lbnt Jnst what It will be Is at pres-
ent difficult to determine.
(Continued from page 1.)
money raised by taxation. The
appropriation of money is a tnnc
tion lying sclely with the legis
lature or the people."
SALES TO HAVE OK
(Continued from page 1.)
ber of the Oregon Jersey Cattle
club. Is hereby endorsed by the
executive committee of the Ore
gon Jersey Cattle club as being
good cattle, and were-examined on
the .... day of 12
by a veterinarian in our employ.
and oronounced free from com-
mn,' hla leases
The executive committee of the
club, Ivan H. Loughey of Frank
Loughey & Son, Monmouth; Stan
ley Riches, of Turner; V C. H.
Brown and C. C. Dickson of Sbedd.
Ore., met in Salem yesterday to
consider and publish this action,
and to do other important work
for the Jersey interests.
Jubilee Hate Xear.
The annual "Jersey Jubilee," a
tour through the dairy section of
Oregon, is to take place June 2 to
4. Tillamook being the objective
point and the host for the event.
The route will take the visitors
through one of the greatest dairy
sections of America, if not of the
world. There are more than 1000
Jersey breeders in Oregon, and
they have more than 7000 regis
tered Jersey cattle among them.
being the holders of practically
every Jersey dairy record worth
while, and seven out of the 13 gold
medal sires of Jersey excellence
are now In this state.
Eastern Pate Conflicts
Visitors are to come from Call
fornia. Washlneton, Idaho, and
probably other states It would be
very largely attended by Jersey
breeders from all over America
but for the fact that the American
Jersey Cattle club, the national
organization, holds its annnal con
vention in New York the same
week, and will draw many breed
ers who might otherwise attend
here where they could see larger
and healthier and better produc
ing stock than ever grew east of
The real Joint outlne will begin
at the dairy farm of F. E. Lynn
president of the state orcanlzatlon
at Perrydale. From there they
will visit Sheridan, Willamlna.
Grand Ronde, Hebo. Beaver. Hem
lock. South Trairie and Tilla
Marlon Ttreeders Going
The second dav the cavalcade
will visit Maple Teaf Cheese fac
tory, and then take In a number
of factories and tine dairy herds In
Tillamook county. A big public
sale of registered stock Is to be
held on the third day, and a gi
mantle clam bake on the beach Is
one of the side attraction.
Many Marion county breeders
will attend, and others from far
ther up the" valley, bo that It will
be an imposing parade.
Good Ntune Retained
The hard times have not de
stroyed the value of a good name
such as Oregon Jerseys have
achieved; indeed, they are more
popular than ever before in the
history of the world. Tor people
Rlmply can't afford to keep poor
to k. and they turn as naturally
to the gold-medal Jerseys of Ore
gon as a tired and scared rabbit
heads for the brutOi and the hol
low log retuRe Jersey cream Is
yellow, hut it Isn't a mark of cow
ardice, for the breeders are the
reddest-blooded business boosters
on the coast; for they know they
have the good thing that the world
Eddie Durno is Unable
To Consider Salem Job
Edwin R. Durno, who has been
under consideration as a possible
coach for the Salem high school,
has notified George W. Hug.
superintendent of schools, that he
is not in a ositlon to consider
Durno. a basketball ace of two
; conferences. and a major in phys-
.CMI ul n-i t (nr.
at 1 niversity of
Oregon, is thought to be well fit
ted for the duties as coach here.
For the past two years he has
neen chosen as forward on all of
i the ali-star basketball teams In
both the Pacific coast and north
In State Hospital
John Hoffmeyer, a farmer,
whose ranch is located near Che
mawa, and who was arrested on
Wednesday charged with indcent
exposure, was committed to the
state hospital on Friday. He Is
a bachelor, 53 years old.
The police of Salem are satis
fied that Hoffmeyer is the man
about whom complaints have been
received during the past winter
as having approached children in
a familiar manner.
By Oregon and O.A.C.
EUGENE, Or., May 21. The
University of Oregon and Oregon
Agricultural college divided a
double header played here this
morning, the first game going to
Oregon 3 to 2. and the second to
O. A. C. by a 5 to 4 count.
Both games were featured Ty
late rallies which did not succeed
in overcoming leads piled up by
the winning teams earlier in the
game. Art Berg, husky Oregon
southpaw, pitched 15 innings. The
other two games in the four-game
series will be played off in Cor
vallis next week. Score:
First game R. H. E.
Oregon 3 5 3
O. A. C 2 5 2
Berg and Leslie; Babb and Gill.
Second game R. H. E.
Oregon 4 5 , 9
O. A . C. .... Ii 6 7
Berg, Jacobson and Leslie;
Hughes, Miller and Duffy.
Wizard Racquet Wielder
Beaten by Stanford Man
EUGENE. Or.. May 21. Wal
lace Bat s, wizard California rac
quet wielder and sensation of the
Pacific Coast Conference tennis
meet, played on the University of
Oregon courts, succumbed today in
four fierce sets to the onslaughts
of Jim Davies, Stanford, In the
final match of the tourney for the
coast title In the singles. The
last set of the- four played ran in
to 12 games, each a revelation in
skill. Sets were 6-4. 6-3. 6-8, 7-5.
The University of California'
smooth working double combina
tion. Bates and Ed Levy, evened
matters, however, by annexing the
doubles title from the Stanford
duo. Phil Xeer and Davies, in five
breathless sets, 6-2, 6-4, 5-7, 2-6,
In the last of the semi-finals
earlier in the day Davies eliminat
ed Levy In two easy sets, 6-0; 6-3
W. S. C, O. A. C Oregon and
Washington, were eliminated the
day before in the order named.
Old Rosebud's Record
Is Lowered at Louisville
LOUISVILLE, Ky.. May 21.-
Old Rosebud's record of 2:03 2
seconds for a mile and a quarter,
established when she' won the
Kentucky derby May 9, 1914, was
lowered one-fifth of a second to
day by Woodtrap. an outsider in
the betting, who won the Ken
tucky handicap for three-year
olds and upwards. Ethet Gray
was second and Jouett third.
Woodtrap paid $45.20 to win.
$23 to place and $12.10 to show
The race, with $10,000 added
money, was worth $15,200, of
which Woodtrap won $12,625;
Ethel Gray $1500; Jouett $800
and Ginger, who finished fourth.
saved the stake of $275.
Salem Golfers Go
Jo Corvallis Today
A number of golf fans and
members of the country club are
going to Corvallis today, accom
panying the team of 12 players
for the last of a series of three
meets with Eugene and Corvalli
for the championship of the three
cornered tournament. The first
of the meets was at Eugene May
7 and the second here on May 14
The cup will be presented toaay
at the close of the tournament to
the winning team.
LI 'MBKRMF.V CALLED
WASIIIXGTOX. May 21. Rep
resentatives of the lumber indus
try will meet with Secretary Hoo
ver at the department of com
merce Tuesday to discuss the lum
ber situation and conditions in
At Detroit Rail. K.
Boston & 14
Detroit l'l;2 2
.1'ennock, Russell and --ituel;
Ayres. Dauss anil Ainsmithi
At Cleveland R. fjl. K.
Philadelphia .11 U. :t
Cleveland , S 13 1'
Keefe. Perry and Perkins; ;-l'hJe.
Caldwell. Odenwald Mortoflf and
At Chicago R. U E.
New York 7 12 1
Cl.icaxo 4 j'7 2
Ferguson and Schang; McAVec
ney, Wilkinson and Schalk. ':
At St. Louis -H. it. E.
Washington , 2 J 2
St. Louis , 4 Ii 2
Mogridge, Acosta and Ohafrlty :
Palme ro and Severeid. , '?:
f NATIONAL LEAGUE
At Phlladlephla R.
St. Lotiis 13
Philadelphia ..." 3
Haines and demons;
partner, Keenan. G Smith,
ert and Peters. ;
At New York R. IK E
Chicago r. 13 1
New York 2 10; 2
Tyler and O'FarrelJ; Ran.
Douglas. Perritt and Snyder, i
At Brooklyn R. Ml E.
Pittsburgh ,13 1 4i 2
Brooklyn 6 12 4
Glazner, Zinn. Carlson and
Skiff; Grimes. Mitchell and Tay
At Boston R. H E.
Cincinnati f 11 0
Boston 6 12;;&
Napier, Rixey and Wlngo; Oes
ehger. Fillingim and O'Xe.111,
Gowdy, Gibson. 11 innings.
SALEM DOUBLES QUOTA
(Continued from page 1.) i!
ampaign. Much of the success
of the campaign is due to the
remarkable organization work
done by these two women and
their continued and persistent ef
forts. Although the group of s(.
licltors was small, it mademp far
lack of size in efficiency and abil
In addition to the women who
have spent the week soliciting
funds, a large number of high
school girls spent Saturday sell
ing tags downtown and in the
residence district soliciting for
the dollar subscriptions. -.
Girls Win Prizes,
The girls who won the prizes
for selling the most tags were
Berenice Eby, who sold .$72.56
worth of tags; Ruth Minton. who"
rold $67 worth, and Elvira Goubf
who sold $42. First prise was a
silk umbrella given by Mr. SIssotfc
of the Miller Mercantile company?
second prize, a five pound box of
candy, given by the Gray Belle
If You Liked i
"The Flame of the
YouTl Like "The Idol
of The North"
. ,-. . i
Our minds are like a fertile
field. . We reap whatever we
sow. Proper cultivation results
in profit to us. Neglect usually
results In a muddle or useless
information that Is of no more
value than the weeds of the
field, and It may be just as
much a menace to others.
A straightforward business
training will sow the seed of
business success. This has been
proved in instance after in
stance. We can help you suc
cess ward. Write or call for in
formation. Capital Business College
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
, General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
are absolutely harmless. No on? need fear any un
pleasant after effects. i
Schaefer's Drug Store
Sole agents for Garden Court Preparations
135 N. Commercial St.
and third prize, a three and a M0 j
pound box. given by th Spa.,Tb.J
prizes were presented to Xha wittn j
ners at tb close of. the: count V
!t.st night at the headquarters at,
the Marion hotel. - '
A larg number of school chll- ;
dren also helped with the Orlve
yesterday, selling tags on tbo ' ;
streets and in the residence dis- t
A "Be-Kind-toTAnlmals" week,
is proposed. This ought tO;
the Democratic donkey a chanco. ;
Nothing is more, satis
fying than the 'freedom
of the feet from- those
unpleasant odors vhich ,
make a person self con
scious and embarassed.
Our foot lotion banish
es sweating, and repuls
ive odors from feet and
157 S. Commercial St
. L. .
15 year 62
Mature June, 1936 .
This is oldest colony in
British Empire, and "en
joys the best of credit.
Wm. McGILCHRIST, Jr.
Clark, Kendall & Co- Inc.
U. S. Nat'l Bank Bid.
You are missing half of your
life if you are going through ,
it half blinded. Our opto- '
metrist will demonstrate to
you bw easily your eye trou-
bles can be remedied. Let -him
examine your, optics and
search out the kind of lenses f
needed to bring comfort to :
your sight. "
a Phone 197;
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