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THE OREGON . STATESMAN, , SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST. 2. 1921
CITY NEWS TORIEEl
Mrs. Bctak Forfeits
Mrs. Ifattle Setak forfeited a
bond of' $2.50 yesterday in the po
lice court when she failed to ap
pear to answer a charge of leaving
'. her car parked in the fire district
' for; more than' an hour between
Mhe hours o 12: 30 and 5:30 p.
Claims Auto License
O. R. Hoffman claimed an aut
license which the police have been
holding for some time pending
the claim of the owner. Having
identified it. Hoffman was aaln
given possession of it Sunday.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catolog on application.
Chief ConflMcatea License
Chief Moffltt of the local po
lice Sunday confiscated an Oregon
motor license which was said to
have been on the wrong make or
car. It Is being held at the sta
tion Tending Investigation of the
Fall Line IngersoU Watdhes
Tyler's Drug Store. Ad v.
$24,000 Sale of Real Kstat
The largest real estate deal in
Marion, county during the month
of July was the transfer of 160
acres of land tbout two -miles
twest of Aurora, according to the
tecorda of the county recorder's
office. ' The land was bought by
William Jesky and the grantors
Swere Charles Becke. Jr., and wife;
rw'M vfMirnninn '
; TteRainbow .
Easier and Better
JnWearUiem and see
fhone 1235 Baler, Oregon
jfesUiss at iettt WJ. Cownsielal stmt
aaa sua, fee ema aas (risks
Opsa 11 ul ta l -ta, i
A , , Spiel 1 SBT-- ., -
tegular f 43.00 Thor yactnna
Cleaner, Our Price
BXEGTRIQ MACIILVE A
KN GINEEnnfO CO.
trr Govt St. Pnone 88
Balta Cleaned , r 1JW
Batta Presied !' "W
Salem Cleaners & Dyers
lilt a. Coml Bt PtOMWH
for'lprtai Flatting Oratr frm
Tha fLaJLEM NURSERY CO.
i t 4St Onia WHlM.'laft-
h Kuvincr wrtmr hardware-and
I, . - ;
I furniture at The Capital Hard
, ware & Furniture Co.; 285 N.
Commercial jptreet. rnone a.
ffe pxy 2c ibote the
market orice for et
w uV von money on
ow plumbini Supplleii tt
wm pay you 10 com
sea si about prices. . We al
ways hsto a supply of an
Tesli, all mis; pnecs
:W uy and sell ersrytMnr
r Wlfttl lit" " ' '
U CneakeU tt.
Ixnilse' Krhslanil uiS husband:
Sarah Gooding and husband, and
Edward Becke, unmarried. Rev
enue stamps to the amount of
124 were atfarhptl to the deed.
indicating a value of $24,000.
The description of the land Is the
S of the NE14 and the l or
the NWU of section 2, township
4, south of range 1 west.
Lower Priced Axrainnter Rug
Max O. Buren, 179 N. Com'l.
Violates Traffic Ordinance-
Sam Lavlne was brought to the
police station Sunday where he
was charged by Trarnc uuicer
Hayden with having violated a
city traffic ordinance. He depos
ited 110 for his appearance at 2
o'clock Monday before Judge Race
but forfeited the bond when he
failed to appear.
Th loss of a bicycle while ne
had it parked at Court and Win
ter streets wan renorterl bv Rod
ney Alden to police headquarters
Snnday. A complete description
of the stolen bicycle was given to
Best made get my price. Max
O. Buren, 173 N. Corn's. Adv.
Woman Arretted for Begging
A woman who gave ner name as
Lydia Shronk wag brought to the
police station Sunday night by
Police Matron snans: ana piaceu
in tne city jau on a cnarge oi m?s
etne. She was said to have been
beaeinK in Willson -Dark. Yester
day she was turned over to coun
ty Judge Bushey.
Truffle Violator Arrested-l-
Lyle Page was arrested Sunday
by Traffic Officer llayden and
was brought to the police station
where a complaint of speeding
was filed against him. The com-
nlnlnt r"Sarred that Page had
driven his car at an excessive rate
on South Commercial street oe
tween Trade and Mission Btreets.
Yonterdnv he ; . anneared before
Judge Race ahd was fined $10.
A Classified Ad
Will bring yon a buyer.
Edwards Sues Streator
In a suit against Jesse Streator,
Tnm Edwards asks for the sum
nf 12R2 as balance due him for
Z weeks' service In Streator,
pool . hall. Edwards asks for o
-writ of attachment on the fix
tures of the nool ball. Streator
recently jumped a $500 bail and
Judge Glen Unruh declared the
HILL August 1 at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Er
vln Williams, Salem, route 4.
Hazel, wife of Lynn Hill at the
age of 27 years. Besides her
husband Lynn' Hill, she is. sur
vived by two children, Elva H.
Hill, kge 8 and Zerla Hill, age
C; also by a sister, Gladys Wil
liams and two brothers, Guy
and Leon Williams. The body
Is in care of the Terwllliger
home. Funeral announcements
will be made later.
Funeral services for Francis"
Wattier, who died in a local hos
pital July 28 at the age of 56
years, will be held at the Webb
Clough chapel this morning. Au
gust 2. at 9:30 o'clock. Inter
ment will be in the Masonic cem
etery at Gervais. '
i Funeral DiredlftTi
B1GDON & SON
Do you take
If not, iray notTUV
No other baths or treatments
can produce the permanent re
iret to the person, . Jf trine
from disagreeable eold or ail
ments of the flesh, or body like
the Turkish Baths will.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Oentlemea attend
i ants - -
V Do not contuse
DIBBLE cleaning with any
other , method of carpet
cleaning.' There is no other
method C ot cleaning that
does the work as good or as
thoroughly salSH BIB
BLE. . .
ISH 'KA NIBBLE clean-
ing Is done by hand, and not
by a machine , Being done
1y hand and done by an ex
pert cleaner it eliminates
the guess work or Imper
fection of any machine.
Ira Mercer, Mgr.
420 Ferry SU Phone UT7
Boy Rons Away .
The police authorities "of Ore
gon City notified local police Sun
day to be on the lookout for Stew
art Clark, aged 13. who It was
said had run away from that'clty.
So far no trace of the boy has
been found here.
Arrrwtril for Begging
Sigard Simpson who claimed
that he was from St. Paul. Mian.,
was arrested Sunday night br lo
cal police on a charge of begging
and was 'given a bed in the city
Jail. In the morning be was
turned over, to Judge Race with
instructions that if he was un
able to find work in the employ
ment bureau of the city recorder
that he was to leave the city.
Motorvcland Anto tVJlide
E. E. Wyatt of 1485 South
Liberty street reported to police
yesterday that his car had collid
ed with a motorcycle, badly dam
aging the motorcycle and but
slightly denting the, car. Mr.
Wyatt said that wbiie turning tne
corner at Court and Cottage a
passing car had shut offthe view
of the motorcycle and that after
he saw It the distance was too
short to stop.
Notice to Irrigators
Irrigators on flat rate win
please observe the following rules.
All houses having even numbers
are limited to Irrigate on Monday,
Wednesday. Friday and Sunday;
odd numbers m Tuesday, Thurs
day, Saturday and Sunday. Hours
fori irrigating. 6 to 8 a. m . S to
9 p. .m. Salem Water, Light b.
Power company. Adv.
Wagon and Car Collide
A. J. Ilager of route 5 reported
to the police yesterday that while
driving west on State street about
9 o'clock the previous night he
bad struck a wajron belonging to
a Mr. Dunlap who was driving
west on State. The wagon was
slightly damarged, the car receiv
ing only a few scratches.
Finds Anto Tire
O. J. Newgard of the Rutland
hotel of thia city brought to the
police station yesterday an auto
tive which he said had been pick
ed up on one of the downtown
streets. The tire is at the sta
tion now awaiting Identification
by its owner.
Reports Oregon City Accident
H. E. Ford of Salem reported
to local police yesterday that
while he was driving through
Oregon City e had struck a car
belonging to a resident of Oregon
City. He said that he had tried
to report the accident to the Ore
gon City officials but had been
unable to do so and had been told
that it would be all right to re
port the accident to the Salem
Tiro and Rim Tost
R. o. Snelllng reported to the
police late Saturday night that an
extra Diamond tire and rim were
taken from his car while he had it
parked at the Chautauqua
Loses Bar W,tn Clothes
James Tweedale reported to the
police yesterday the loss of a
brown bag containing serera! arti
cles of apparel. The bag on which
were the initials "J. T." was
thought to have been lost on the
road between Oakgrove and Salem.
Boys Are Found-
It is announced from the state
training school that of the three
boya who ran away, Sunday, two of
them, Floyd Rondwell and John
Custer, were on Monday taken up
at Roseburg. and are being re
turned to the school. The authori
ties are looking for the thirdd
boy at Roseburg as it is believed
the whole party took the same
train for the same destination.
The marriage license recora or
August was started on the first of
the month with the issuing of a
license Monday to Fred E. Rock
hill, a mechanic of Eugene, and
Beryl Grace Harmon, of Silverton.
Good Record for July -
The month of July was a fairly
busy month at the marriage li
cense counter of the county clerk's
office, with a total of 3 licenses
In the suit of Walker & Knone-
berg of Mt. Angel against John
Wolfe, the circuit court has de
creed that the suit be dismissed,
with each party to pay his own
costs. .The suit was over automo
Settled Out of Court-
Settled out of court was the
final story of the suit of the Aums-
vllle Flour Mill against A. w
and Kasper J. Lathrop. The ac
tlon was dismissed and the attach
In the suit oi Kuwara u. -.liege
man against Harvey M. Cannon,
the county court has appointed as
apprisers E. N. Peetz, Frank Kieh-
ter and J. B. Ashby. '
Comnllmentine School Clerks
Of the 130 school district cieras
in Marlon county, an Dut one
have made report of their dla
tricts and1 turned their books into
the cotmty superintendent s or
flee, as required by law, passea
bv the late legislature. Mrs. M
L. Fulkerson. supenntenaent oi
county schools, regards this as a
fine record fqr county ciergs, con
sidering this is the first year that
the records had to be turned in
U. S. Duplicators
Adding Machines, etc
Commercial Book Store
; 163 N. Commercial St
to be audited. . August 1 wa& the
last day of grace for clerks of
the county school districts to turn
in their records.
Struck by Automobile
While returning horafe from
church on his bicycle Sunday
night. Au&tt&t Kluge of 1190 North
Fifteenthstreet. was struck' by an
auto and suffered serious bruises
about the legs. According to the
story given police. Kluge was rid
ing without a light. While he was
going east on D street an anto
started to pass another, the latter
going north on Capitol. ,In so
doing he struck the wheel belong
ing to Kluge and ran ovjer it.;
smashing tt to pieces. He claimed
that the car which struck him did!
not have a light. Kluge is a
carpenter and is 57 years old.
Fiada Bicycle In AUey
R. B. Fleming reported to the
police yesterday that he had
found a Dayton bicycle in the
alley near his home at 785 Court
street. The bicycle was brought
to the station where it now awaits
identification by its owner.
Unable to Find Prowler
Mrs. Elmer Savage of 147 Mar
ion street reported to police Sat
urday night that a prowler was
walking around in the neighbor
hood of the Savage garage. Offi
cers investigated by failed to find
Hotel Guest Arrestetl
Ed Kirk who was arrested by
Police Chief Moffitt Jn the raid
made by local officers on the Rex
hotel Saturday night, forfeited a
f 10 bond yesterday when he failed
to appear before Judge Race to
account for the fact that he had
registered under the name ofW. B.
Jones under the date of July 30.
Jack Vail Arretted
Jack Vail of the Florence hotel
reported to police a collision which
he had with W. W. Zinn, also of
this city. The accident is said
to have occurred at the intersec
tion of State and High streets
while Zinn was going north on
High street and Vail was driving
east on State. Slight damage was
done to both cars.
A decree of f oreclosnre has been
issued in the suit of the Title &
Trust company against the Will
amette Valley Irrigated Land com
pany. The decree Includes an
order for the sale of holding of
the company near Stayton and In
volves $65,000. No date has as
yet been set for the sale.
Cheaner to RJde Than Walk
The sign "51 to rortiana is
oosted the front of several auto
mobiles engaged in carrying pas
sengers between Salem and Fon
land, all due to the fact tnat
competition is the life of trade
and that several auto bus lines
are engaged in a little friendly
dispute as to which shall do all
. . Prof. John R. Sites, director of
the Salem ApoUo club, states that
the club is endeavoring' to find, a
satisfactory room for practicing.
Also that within a few days he
will organize preliminary singing
chorus work and for those who en
for those who are new In male
joy a little regular practice before
efrnlar rehearsals begin for tne
first concert. The constitution oi
tlws AdoIIo club permits of So sing'
ers and Professor Sites says these
will be selected from the fmest-
male voices in ine chj. . . . .
Remodeling Sale Prices
At the Trench Shop. AH trim
med hats. formerly $10 to $26.50,
now $4.75 to $7.50 regardless of
cost: no summer hat over si.ow
durlne this sale. These hats in
clude Knox, Brodln, P-onde, Clas
sic, Blltmore, and Meadoworooit
Vn trimmed frames up to $9.rC
each, while they last, $.50. An
other lot of frames at J1.50 eacn
One lot of trimmed hats to close
at $2.50 to $3.50, All dresses now
in stock at cost. 115 High st. -
Contrary to the general expec
tations of grocers as well as house-
keeoers. sugar has taken two aa
vances of 10 cents a hundred re
cently, until now the market on
cane surar is from 7 to 7 1-4
cents a pound. On year ago tne
same grade of sugar was seilng re
tall In Salem for 26 1-Z cents :
ConA tn Cnlnmhlii Oif V
Dr. W. T. Milliken. pastor oi
the First Bantist church of Salem,
left yesterday for Columbia City
to attend the annual sesions of
the Bantist Youne People's Union
He will have charge of several
clases during the week. The
grounds at Columbia City where
the sesisons are to be held are
owned by the Baptist Young Peo
ple's union of Oregon.
Are Cominc Back-
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Marvin win
leave today by auto for a leisurely
trio to Southern California, In
cluding a visit to Los Angeles.
They have stored their household
goods in Salem, as Mr. Marvin
says that he is surely coming nac
to make Salem his home. Mr.
Marvin recently sold the Opera
House drug store.
Season About Over
The good housekeeper who in
tends canning apricots has about
one more chance as with the ship
ment today of the fruit from The
Dales the season will be about
over. This last shipment will be
of fine quality, averaging up with
other shipments this season.
For the Rotartans
James Crawford, assistant 6tate
treasurer, will deliver an address
before the ' Salem Rotarians at
the weekly luncheon to be held
Wednesday noon at the Hotel
Marion. He will speak on ''The
Inheritance Tax " Another speak
er for the Wednesday luncheon
will be R. Rl Biardman, who has
recently arrived in Salem to take
charge of boys work, and as
physical director for the Y. -M.
C. A. Mr. Boardman will speak
on 'International Rotary. Mr.
Boardman was until recently as
sociated" with the Rotary maga-:
lilt in Chicago as writer and as
RecWder Itusln Keeping Tp
Receipts at the county record
er's office for the month of July
amounted to 5"02. (.", according
to Mrs. Mildred R. Brooks, county
recorder. One year ago for July
the receipts were $674.20. while
for July of 1919. the receipts were
$$14 06., Considering changed
financial conditions during the
past two years, and comparing
with the past month. Mrs. Brooks
is of the opinion that the record
er's office is making a fine re
cord. Rig Attendance at Jefferson
Dean George H. Alden of Wil
lamette university, who has been
attending the Epworth league tn
ttitute at Jefferson, reports a suc
cessful conference, with an at
tendance of about1' 2 56. Dean Al
den returned to Salem Sunday.
To See the FOrdson
Paul B. Walace, Henry Craw
ford, W. G. Allen and A. R. Sw
ing, went to Portland Monday to
witness a special demonstration of
r ordson tractors.
Will Go Fishing
Charles R. Archerd. David Dra
per and Earl Jory will leave next
Friday for a fishing trop at the
mouth of Salmon river. The fish
erman figure on fishing about
Mr. and Mrs. Lot L. Pearce re
turned .Sunday from a visit at
raanorn witn Mrs. m. in. unap-
man and Miss Oda Chapman. Mr
Pearce says the roads are good.
Missed Fine Dinner
The Salem Senators played In
nard iuck Monday on two counts
The first was the fact that in
their Monday afternoon game
with the Portland Beavers the
score stood In favor of the tlai
tors. The second was in missing
fine dinner which the Salem
Realty board had In view for the
Salem ball players, provided vie
tory perched on -the shouldors of
the home team. Bnt it didn't
perch that way and the Salem
Senators didn't dine as guests of
tbeSalem Realty board.
Heavy RecordJin; Business
During the month of July 429
instruments were recorded in the
office of the Marlon county re
corder. Of this number 167 were
of warranty deeds, all of which
rather lpdicates, according to
Mrs. Mildred R. Brooks, cpiyity
recorder, that Marlon county
real estate' is changing consider
ably in ownership.
Perkins Is Parent
An infant daughter arrived on
the morning of July 31, 1921, to
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Per
kins. The little girl has been
named Ethel Ruth, who is the
seventh child to be born to this
Is Clerk's Deputy-
Miss Dora MeKenna has re
turned to her duties as one of
Clerk U. G. Boyer's deputies, af
ter an absence of several months,
Filed for Record-
Ray A. Dearmond has filed
with the county clerk his record
of discharge from the army.- His
papers show that he served as
chauffeur of the first class and
that he was in the fighting near
St. Mihiel; was In at the big fight
in the Toul sector, and in the
Special Band Concert
For the benefit of those who
happen to be staying at the Ore
gon State hospital, the Salem
band will give a concert at the
hospital grounds Wednesday eve
ning, beginning at 7 o'clock
Manager John Graber says the
concert will be onft of the best
of the season with a double-
header in the way of vocal music
featuring Mrs. W. H. Prunk and
Oscar B. Gingrich. It Is under
stood a number of the inmates
of the hospital will be permitted
to assemble on the grounds to
hear the concert.
'Rev. W. W. liong Goes Along
Harold Cook, scout -executive
announces that the Rev. Ward
Willis Long, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church and one of
the young ministers of the gos
pel in Salem, will-accompany the
Hoy Scouts in their annual outin
of 16 days to be held at McCredi-
springs, beginning Monday, Aug
8. Mr. Long will have charge
of the spiritual services each eve
ning during the camp.
B. E. Slsson. manager of the
Miller Mercantile company, ac
companied by his wife and two
children, returned home from
New port Monday after an ab
sence of a week.
.Mrs. A. L. Ryan of Portland Is
Tisiting at the home of Mrs. A. H.
Theodore Roth and family and
E. J. Roth and family are visiting
at Pacific City. The Roth brothers
wll return in a few days while
their families wil visit on the sea
coast for several weeks.
Miss Esther Werner, stenogra
pher of the Roth Grocery com
pany, has returned from an out'
ing at Wilhoit springs.
G. L. Arbuckle, accompanied bv
his wife and two children, has re
turned from an auto trip which
included visits at Tacoma,. Seattle
and other, points to the north.
Chester Zumwalt of Kewberg,
formerly with the Salem Kings
Products company, is a visitor in
Dr. M. C. Flndley Is spending
the week in Portland, attending
Mrs. Slbbie Chrlstensen return
ed yesterday after a visit of sev
eral days in Seattle.
Mrs. George Roycraft and
daughter Hasel, of Corvallis. are
visiting with MrtL O. E. Price.
Mrs. Alfred White and son and
Miss Blanche Whlttemore of Bak.
er are visitors in the city at the
home of Ir. II. E. ; Morla, lttSJ
Paul BurrU left yesterday to
spend several week in the har
vest fields in the iclnity of Con
don. MLs Esther Gardner of Port
land is a visitor at the home of
Miss Helen Moore, 1010 Leslio
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hutchason.
3o Washington avenue are visit
ing friends in McMinnville for the
Mrs. Edna LaValley and two
daughters will spend a week at
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Last aro
the parents of a nine-pound baby
toy named Eugene Howard; born
'ortland Utility is Asked to
Make Estimate or Its
With a view to possible reduc
tion in its steam heating rates.
the Northwest Klectric company
of Portland will, at the request
of the public service commission
made in a letter yesterday, make
cn estimate ot its present and
prospective operating conditions.
The feasibility, of a reduction.
even though slight, is urged by
the commission. If reduced tar
iffs are filed the commission will
place them ' in effect In less than
"Following a reduction -last
May in oil prices from $2.!5 to
$2.10 per barrel," says the letter.
this commission had expected to
be able to request your utility to
make a corresponding reduction
Irt your steam heating rates, and
our engineering staff has, since
that date, been making from time
to time, an analysis of your fuel
costs) They report that to date
the reduced percentage of hog
fuel available and the cost of its
transportation from a distance has
so increased your fuel cost that
probably no decrease in rates
Leould be justified at this particu
lar time, if these conditions were
to be continued in the future.
"However, it has come to our
attention that your percentage of
available hog fuel hae recently
been augmented and we also feel
that the- expected revival of the
lumber industry will make cheap
er fuel available."
In a previous order Increasing
rates the commtssiop points out
that the increased rates were
made maximum rates.
Smith Reports Transactions
Totaling $36,000 Since
Middle of April
Fully $36,000 has been loaned
to farmers since April 16, accord
ing to W. D. Smfth, secretary and
treasurer of the Marlon-Polk
County National Farm Loan as
sociation, out.ot total applications
for loans amounting to $80,000.
After being unable to secure
funds for about a year, Mr. Smith
says the association was able to
resume loaning on April 16 ana
that he hopes to receive allot
ments that will enable him to con
tinue making loans to farmers.
Loans through the farm loan as
sociation are not especially small
ones as Mr. Smith says that one
was for $10,000, another for $8,-
500 and two for $6,500 each.
Salem Woman Is Elected
Fellow of American
Within the nast week Miss
Cornelia Marvin, state librarian
has received notice that the libra
rians of the Cnited States have
confered special honors upon her,
in recognition of her services as
a writer and advisor on the gen
eral questions that come before
the state librarians or tne coun
One of the honors was that of
LI B E
Also Coster Keaton
wm i s
MM BE SLUSHED
MISS Mil S
Advance Trip To Mc
Credie Springs ,
In order to prepare the Hoy
Pcoat ramp at McCredi , springs
Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Knowlaud and
Mr. and Mra. P, E. Fuller ton left
Monday tor the camping grounds
12 miles from Oakrldge.
The Scout eo"CTi arter consid
ering a number of sites tor this
year's camp, decided that MrC re-lie
Springs offered, unusually Una
facilities for camping. .
Present plans are that' the Boy
Scouts shalt leave Salem next
Monday morning for, ; McCredie
springs, to arrive there; about
oflock in th? evening. When the
boys arrive in camp they will
find everything all set for their
convenience with a fine shot 4in
ner awaiting them. And In or
der that-all shall be In readiness
for the boys. Mr. Knowland. and
Mr, Fullert-n will put in the week
erectin "tents and preparing the
camp, grounds. .
McCredie, Springs. located 13
miles front the end of the railroad
t Oakrldge. about 100 miles
southeast ot Kugene. is one ot the
most picturesque locations In the
state. It is on tire old military
highway leading out of Eugene
over the Cascades, and by many
raveler. said to exceed In scenic
beauty: the famous Mc Ken tie roadl
west of Eugene.,
Many Boy .Scouts who have
been unable to finance a camp va-
ation of 16 days, are being help
ed "by several far-seeing men who
Leliev that in helping the boy,
it is the fittest Investment for the
coming' generation. It is under
stood that a few boys may not
be able to make the trip on ac
count of the expense involved.
and It has been suggested that
some one who feels that the ooy
is a ood Investment, might com-
rjunicate with the . Toy Scout
council and help in order that not
one of the boys shall Ite left ai
home. :- v .
being elected , a member ot the
Council of-the American Library
asociation,- witn headquarters in
Chicago. This council, of which
Miss Marvin is now a member, dl
recta the course of the leading II
brarles of the state. .
But the greater honor was that
of being selected , as one of the
ending 100 librarians, of the
United States, as Fellow of the
American Library . Institute. Elec
tion of Fellow of this institute is
only by unanimous vote of the
leading librarians of the country
To become a member ot this
select body of librarians, one must
hare written extensively on sub
jects of especial value to libra
rians and to hare taken an active
part in the general library move
ment of the country.
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
. EsUbliaked 1863
General Banking Buslxiesd
Office Hour from
Development has been steady even! through depressing fi
nancial conditions. Fifty-fire wells aro producing on Cat Creek
and many more on various other structuteit i throughout the
State. Development work on approximately fifty different struc
tures la planned for this year. K i . u v; i . i
Many Oregon people are Interested, planning Co reap the, tre
mendous returns common to to the oil justness. Success seems
to await all those who are brave enough lo -venture into the de
velopment of these rich Montana fleldi .
We have prepared some Very interistlBit Ueralttre' telling
of developments to date, as well as statistical facta of the proven
Cat Creek field. We shall be pleased-to send these, absolutely
free, to anyone interested as long as our supply lasts. If is in
formation that is interesting and valuable. i ; , .
Write us "right now."
CAT CREEK NORTHERN OJL C0RIPAHY
303 Montana Building, Lewtetori. Montana ? 5 v.
FRIENDLINESS' IN BUSINESS
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a desire for friendshipi-for pome
one to show a genuine interest in, him
and his affairs. " : i
The United States National does have
just that interest in each onp of its de
positors -a desire to see them prosper,
and grow into bigger things.! . ! -
e hope our customers will f eel f riee to
consult us about
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corhes the. frequent need of
consulting our ; optometrlst
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frequent i jchange of .lenses
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embodying' the latest
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