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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
' :A 12 pound daughter was born
to Mr, .and Mrs. W. E. Walker,
2020 Trade street, Wednesday,
July 25, according to announce
raent made yesterday. ;
The picnic which was to hare
been held tonight at the Fair
grounds has been postponed for
another week. The regular lodge
meeting will be held tonight.
Adf. . v. ' i '
A lineman, Willard Eddy, fell
from a telephone pole at Forest
Grave In the electric zone wljere
the red ears of the-S. P. run and
was instantly killed yesterday.
No -details have been received.
Electronic Itcactlon of Abrams
Dr. White. 506 U. S. Bank bldgA
: AdT. ' - . X I : .- . '
Walter C. Hill', Inmate of the
Cotage farm of the state hospital
i for the Insane, escaped yesterday,
lie was committed from Multno
. mah county June 13 of this year.
Many Visit Lake
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Wright
i have just returned from a visit
to Crater lake and the Oregon
caves. Their permit to enter the
national park was numbered 20.
1 , . ""!
DR. C. L. MARSHALL
(McuiMathic J'hysician, aiiu
'".!..... ( Surgeon ., 1
Fir Gifts That Last
KARTMAN BROS. ,
llamnl. Waichei, Jewelry
i . . a ltd Silverware.
Pl.unu 1255. Saleiu, Oregon
t I Salem Ambulance Service
. I ! Day and Night
I 1 PHONE 666 j
1 1 173 8. liberty St. I
CAPITAL JUNK CO. J
-W4 All irlnHa nf innk ana
' J I second-hand goods. - .We.
S t m 1 n w . '
I pay iuu vaiue.
215 Center Street
1. i -81L- -
1 , .
LADD & BUSH
- - Established 1868
General Banking Easiness
Office Hoars from
f. ',- -;i -v.iix..' " ; i
Under U. 8. Government Supervbiion
If ember Federal
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Any Mail j
can carve out his own success if he has the right tools.
And the most helpful tool of all is the habit of syste
matic savings. .
Others have used It and
Isn't the assurance of a comfortable future worth the
little effort required to i i
. OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT!
United States National Bank
1 The Bank That Service Built"
t El N BOC K J UIMK GO,
Buys all kinds of junk household goods rags
; Paper, Rubber, Sacks, anything; you have to sell.
( Phone 523 or CaU 402 N. Com'l St.
The House of Half Million and One Bargains
Li STEIN BOCK JUNK CO.
iVWS IN -
1B3, which represents the num -
ber of parties' which have entered
the park since it opened July jl.
Mr. Wright is employed by the
Portland Railway. Light Sz Power
company in Salem.
Ikx-a ThN Interest You?- -
If you am looking for a job, or
if you need to employ help, use the
city free employment bureau at
the Y MCA. Adv.
AgiTeinent Will Stick
Attorney j General Van Winkle I
has issued an opinion, written in
response to an inquiry by Gover-
nor Pierce. ! holding that the pro-
posed market agreement of the
Pacific Cooperative Poultry . Pro-
ducers association is valid and
does not conflict with any Oregon
laws. There are some features,
the opinion' says, that are liable
to criticism, but tbeyare legal.
Commission to Meet ,
The state highway commission
will meet in Portland for a r gu-
lar session! Monday. The com-
mission probably will be iu ses-
sion two days.
Trade Your Old Plaivo
For a new Vlctrola or Bruns
wick. II. I Stiff Furniture Co.
Adv. M I;
Here From I lios Angeles ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sherwood
and daughter of Los Angeles were
in Salem Wednesday, and went
from here to Dallas to visit their
son, George Sherwood. They for
merly lived in Salem. Mr. Sher
. m I
, v. t M Vaav on 11 fv vflrdAn I
woju aius " hv,
of the state pen.ienuar, u"ucl
the administrations of Governors
L-ora ana wnnycomue. n
the building contracting
in ws AUBcres. ; , I
t i' -
Pearson Amends Complaint
S. R. Pearson, has been granted
nermission to file an ajnenaea 1
complaint in his case against C. I
B. Richards and Margaret 1. k-
chard s. Lane and Stella Morley
and the city of Salem. The order
was signed by Judge Bingham.
Harry Herchen Dies
Harry Herchen, 23, an employe
of the Ladd &! Bush bank, aiea
Monday at Manhattan, Kas.,
while with his parents on a pleas
ure trio according to information I
reachine here. I His parents are I
from Dillard, Or. Acute inaiges
I so XT. s. 'Kttnl Bnk Building I
j Paon 8S9
Ortwp.tMCPhy.Md 8urgoa I I
(Dr. Abmnr Metaoa.)
Salem 1 .
DR. C. H. SCHENK
lias Moved to His ew
249 So. Cottage Street
10 a. in. to 3 p. m
found It safe and, sure why
.i.iMMMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimwn mornr m
ition is believed to have been ihe
J cause of his death. The body is
iiemg brought west to Diliard and
'the funeral will be held there
Saturday. -The; Ladd & Bush
j bank probably will be represented
He had been absent' from Salem
about six weeks. ;
Willis Is Captured -
Wynter Willis, who with four
other convicts escaped . from : the
flume gang of the state peniten-
tiary on June 18, was I caught
Tuesday. In Portland, according to
Jnformation received by prison au-
thoritis. Ho had stolen several
automobiles since .his escape. Of
the. four who escaped.. 4 two are
now back in prison. The other. Is
0,,... Hoitzciaw. who .returned
voluntarily from the home of his
father in Douglas county.
Big Carnival Dance ,
At Dreamland Saturday nieht.
A hallnon 7r to overv lativ at-
tending. Good .snannv music.
nae comhined two nrphristrfta.
Balloons, hats, horns, serpentine,
etc to make thia a b,g carnjval
Come early. Adv.
Salem Thirsts , Are Many ,
Many of the throats that : are
thirsting 'tonight, is the ouinion
of Chief of Police Birtchet, who
declared yesterday that sources of
information reveal that there Is
a real dearth of "likker" In Salem.
Regular patrons of bootleggtrs
are beginning to miss steady calls
from tha type Qf gentry Birtchet
stated. From wet to moist was
but a step, and ever Bince the de-
V4 V OVVp, MUM.
partment egan its was upon vec-
dors of liquor, the drought has
4, more pronouac-
ed. The chief declares thataaere
whi be no let-up and that Salem
will ho "drv" before he eets
throueh with it.
Findley Is Speedei
Thirt'v-five miles an hour on
gouth Commercial was too fast
for any motorist declared Officer
E,jwards yesterday, when he
DOoked Dwight Findley, 225
I North" Twentieth street. Findley
was cited to appear in police court
this afternoon at 2 o'clock,
A Classified Ad u
Will bring you a bnyer Attr.
Mrs. Johnston Returns Horn'
Mrs. WrIlllam Johnston, who has
been a patient at a local hospital
for some time, was able to be tax
en to her home near Woodburn
yesterday by her son, W. H. Bail
lie, rural school supervisor.
Seller Goes to Jail
When Paul Seiler was fined 5fr
in the Justice court yesterday up
on pleading guilty to a charge of
beating his stepdaughter," he was
unable to nay . the amount j de
manded by Judge P. J. Kuntz. As
a result he will spend the next 25
days in the county jail, "laying
out" the fine at the standard ate
of (2 per day. Seiler was arrest
ed Monday night by Sheriff Bow-
er at a berry picker's camp near
Guardian Is Named
George Henriksen has been ap
pointed guardian of Anna Gib
son by an order signed by Judge
i W, Ml Bushey. . I
Get them at The Statesman ox
flee. Catalog on application
Iarreny Report Continued ?
Two more report's of thefts
have been turned into the police
I station. .Stanley Waters, 1599
State street, reported that 17.95
1 1 in cash and a Swiss watch nac
been stolen irom mm wnue won-
aid Spear, of Aumsville, reported
i I that an overcoat had been taken
from his car while it was parked
In the business section of the city
early Tuesday evening. -
Bicycles Are' Claimed
Two bicycles found by Officer
Victor Wednesday morning have
1 1 been claimed by the owners. Ray
Cummlngs identified one and u.
E. Wilcox the other. i
Jail Is Sallormen's Tort ? ,
. Under suspicion Vernon Hooper
and Dallas Hughes, two of Uncle
Sam's naval men were picked up
by the police yesterday i and are
being held for Investigation. It
was learned that the pair were
five days over their leaye period
I at present. They will ba held la
the city Jail until an answer to a
wire to Seattle has been received.
Printers Picnic Saturday-
Printers of the Willamette
valley who are affiliated with the
Ben Franklin lob wul hold tneir
Webb & Cloagh
Rigdon & Son's
annual picnic and high Jinks in
Silver Creek park, Silverton, next
Saturday. The printers are re
quested in the invitations to bring
their basket lunches. Coffee wilt
be served. A tdur of the big bH
verton sawmill has been arrang
ed for 2:30 o'clock. Sports will
be put on for everybody and the
printers are requested to bring
their whole families. Stages
leave the Salem
terminal for Sil
1 1 a. m. and at
verton at 7 and
u p. m. Jteturning. mey leave u-
. .! . 1 Oil
verton- at 8 a. m. and 1 and t p.
Well Furnished Jlat for Kent
floor; large tlx$
rooms. Imnieaiate possession;
54.". a month, at
66C Ferry street.
Call at Statesman business office.
or phone 23. j
Funeral to lie Here
James F. Miles, age 77 years,
died at his home in Hobart, Okla
July 23, just as the family was
considering removal to Salem for
permanent residence. ;The body
will be brought) to Salem, arriv
ing here Saturday, in charge -of
the Rigdon mortuary. Funeral
announcements j will ibemade
later, upon the' arrival of . 1 his
widow, Mrs. Ada C. Miles, and
his son, Dr. E. P. Miles, who are
coming here to make this place
their home. -Two daughters al
ready live in silem, Mrs. T. H.
Clare and Mrs. psie M. Eisaman,
and another daughter Mrs. SI L.
Boyce, lives at Riddle. Mr. Miles
was a member of the Baptist
church and of the Masonic lodge
Royal So:ety Sale-
Pillow cases, college girl gowns,
towels, all are stamped in assorted
designs, all are finished in hem
stitching; all are priced extreme
ly low. Today is the last day of
the sale. Cornel Miller's. Adv.
Ace'.dents Are Reporte!
C. M. Landacre of route 4 re
ported to" the police Wednesday
afternoon that while he was rid
ing his bicycle he was struck by
an automobile" at State and Thir
teenth streets, smashing the front
wheel of his bicycle. T. K. Wil
son of Kerry. OrU reported a col
lision -with another machine while
traveling south on the highway
near Aurora. Slight damages
were Sustained by both cars, he
Have you Eaten a Steak
Cooked to order at the Royal
Cafeteria? If not, try one. Adv.
Pierce Will Speak
The Marion County; Commune
ity federation is to have its big
annual picnic at the state fair
grounds Tuesday, July 31, start
ing at 4 o'clock. The program
will last until night. The big pic
nic dinner will be served at the
regular evening 'time, but before
and after that there will be sports
of all the quick and strenuous
kinds. Barnyard golf for both
men and women1 foot races, base
ball, end plain; play games of
many kinds will be on the bill of
fare. The talking program will
be not very long, though Gover
nor Walter Pierce Is to be one of
the speakers, an4 he will .have the
right of way for whatever time
he wishes. With 24 communities
now claiming active membership,
in the association, there should
be an attendance of several hun
dred people. i '
New and Used Records
25c each, at II. L. Stiff Furni
ture Co. Adv. j
Rrera Arrested With Booze ;
One Pint of "white muie re
posed upon. Desk Sergeant Mlnto'a
desk at' the police station last
nicht and $50 bail reposed in the
city coffers, while Henry Byers
went" on home. P bemoaning the
vigilance of 'Officer Olson, who
arrested him down town lor nav
ing Intoxicating liquor in his pbs
session. He was cited to appear
tn notice court at 2 o'clock this
Tft Car on Street.
Truhert Hendferson, 1225 Ship;
ping street failed to show up In
police court yesieruay "
to a charge of Improper parking.
Hi machine was left on High
street between Court and State
without being parked,at the curb
ing. - , -, .
TonWIe Stirred I
The announcement that -Sloat
convicted and sent to the .pen.
tentiarv as a moral pervert,
seeking a pardon "on the ground
8f "framed" evidence, is received
bv the people of Salem , Heights
with sinister looks. A man
nnfiwerincr the exact description of
Sloat attacked a little girl i of
Salem Heights Just before he was
captured. She kicked him on the
shins so furiously that he had to
let her g A neignborhood posse
set out to find I him, but he ef
conert in the mist. .The common
ity is certain that Sloat was the
,n and the story of his effort
to get out of prison has stirred.
the people to a vigorous proiesi.
Cam 1m VtW
A 10-pound on is announced
from the home !of Mr. and Mrs.
r. E. Hume, wno live on rural
route No. 1. He was born Mon
dayLfmorning. July 23. and has
been4 named Russell Eugenes ,
Victor Adding and -Calculating
huv in this line.
agent. The best
See them at 247
North Commercial street. Adv.
I HOTEL ARRIVALS I
MARION Mr. land Mrs. IL J.
Althouse.j Los Angeles; .Mr. and
Mrs. - R. 1 W. Hlnkley. Roseburg;
A. W. Stone. Hood River; J. A.
Roberts.! II. W. Riley. W. Oear
son, Eugene; M.j S. Stephenson,
Pendietok; F. F. Smith. McMinn
ville; R jR. Cooke. Alex Frlede
man. MrL.and Mrs. M. ,F. Roring.
Paul C. Morton, Charles Comb:,
P, C. Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs, M.
M. Strorige, F. G.j Bennett. R, E.
Neal. L. B. 1 Woods, Mr. end Mrs.
H. R. Hamilton, tlr. and Mrs;. B.
R. .HarrU Portland; H. Willing
ham, Sah Francisco. j
HLIGH Olive parby, McMtnn
Tille; G. j W. Goodman, Lenrore,
Kansas; Mr. and. Mrs. Ashler,1 Se-
attle; T. R. Conner. W. McBflde,
Los Angeiies; w. Hyianoer, ban
Francisco; Robert Walker; Es
tacada. y.. r
TErVuNAL A. C. Bracken.
Mr., and Mrs. C C Phelps, M W.
Wilkinsott. Mr. and Mrs. Hi H.
Hicks. W. F. Hart. L. V Hen-
Ldrlcks, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. gov
ern. R. . L. Hart, Portland; Mrs.
R. II. Nichols, Council Bluffs.ila.;
Harold, Samuels, Monmouth. i .
Man Faces Serious Charge 1
When Robert Johnson pleaded
guilty to . chargesj of disorderly
conduct and of carrying concejaled
weapons, and wasfined $10 upon
each, he thought he was free from
the law. but he wlas rudely awak
ened yesterday upon complaint of
Mrs. Sarah Haydep, charging jhim
with contributing; to the delin
juency of a minor. This, second
charge followed is arrest early
Sunday; morning while with Delta
Pratt in 'Bush's pasture. His com
panion was fined $10 on a charge
of disorderly conduct, and when
arrested gave her jage as 26 yers.
Mrs. Hayden avers she is under
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Claim Strangers Robbed Him
Z. Blankenship; a resident of
the county for 58 years, jwas
robbed of $65 by two strangers on
the county road' about two njlles
notth of Marion Tuesday night.
he reported to Sheriff Bower yes
terday. ; Blankenship claims jthat
one of the men held a gun while
the other hit hlra a blow on the
head and took his money. He said
he had been camping in the vi
cinity of the hold-up for some
time, and that he (was engaged in
peeling chittem bark and trapping
Hawkins ; & Roberta
City loans; lowest rates.'
Says Coyote Not Stolen ' j
T. G. Albert', superintendent of
the Salem auto camp, declares
. j i
mat tne repon maae vo oaieia u
Ifce by a tourist ti the effect that
someone, presumably another
tourist, had stolen hla pet coyote,
was made against! his advice. Al
bert, who Investigated the affair,
says the animal obtained his free
dom by chewing tae rope that tied
him. At the time he told the tour
ist the coyote had only escaped.
Reports that the animal had been
seen twice In the vicinity of Eyre's
bear out -the
New Pianos for -Rent
H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
Birthday Observed .
Auntie Feidt, one of the mem
bers of the Old People's home
family was honored yesterday, on
the occasion of he;r 83rd birfhday,
uritti a hlrthdav loartv to which
other residents o the home and
a number of guests were invited.
The family has increased in size
recently with a number of others
poming to itake advantage ofj the
new building with - its up-to-date
modern conveniences. -
Ed Anderson of the Used Car
Corner has completed what is be-
lieved to be one
of the speediest
trips ever made
Calif., to Salem.
He left the Cal
ifornia city at 6:
2o In the morn-
ing and arrived here at i o'clock
the following N morning. The dis
tance is 443 miles. He made the
trip In a Ford touring car. Stops
were one of 45 minutes for lunch.
another of 30 minutea for. water
and . another of
New Superintendent Is
Arrival at Silverton
SILVERTONV Or.. July 25.
(Special to the Sitatesman.)-The
Silverton Bchool board held a spe
cial meeting Tuesday night for
the purpose of completing the con
tract with Robert Goetz, who has
been chosen as the new superin-
tv.uuvuv VA. .....l.Vi.
Goetz, who Is from Klamath Falls,
was present at the meeting. The
contract for Miss! Violet Crowfoot
of Portland was also signed Tues
day night. Miss Crowfoot has
been Instructor jln .the commer
cial studies during the past two
years. R.tEM waison oi raiseuo
was engaged as
tor and athletic coach.
The country Is
so large and the
activities! of the
come-on boys so
intense that. If 'there is only one
born every minute, there won't be
suckers enough to go around.
The doctor will tell us that If
wi keep our arteries open we will
not auifer from congestion!5 City
planners ! and traffic regulators
mlf:r.t pi. this ! Jewel In . their
Negligence Alleged By Utili
. ty Against Man Injured
That whatever Injuries were
received by J. H. Harper on the
night of July 1, 1922. resulted di
rectly from his negligence. Is the
contention of the Oregon Electric
railroad in its reply to the dam
age suit filed recently In the
county clerk's ofrice against the
The reply states that notwith
standing Harper's knowledge of
the premises and of the switching
of a train on a spur track near
the Oregon Gravel company, he
negligently crossed the spur track
and stood in such close proximity
to the track that a car struck hlin
and caused whatever dandagea
were sustained; j that Harper
failed to exercise . his senses
of sight and- hearing and
his powers of observation; that
Instead of keeping within the
safety zone he' placed himself in
a position of danger, as he had
full knowledge Of the switching
operations. The Oregon, Electric
declares that injuries received by
Harner were his fault, and asks
that the action be dismissed.
At the time of the'accldent Har
Der was employed as a watchman
for a paving plant near the gravel
company's property. The railroad
admits that he was injured about
the" feet,, suffered pain and in
curred hospital bills, but through
no fault of the railroad company
This Is Song Superintendent
Albert Sings at Auto
"Yes. we have no cherries."
This is the sbng T. G. Albert,
superintendent of the Salem Auto
camp, has to sing more or less
xegularly these, days since almo3t
everv tourist party ask? for a rose
to put on the windshield or me
. . . .... I.
car. wnen toia mai dkiu o
Cherry City and not the rose city
they Immediately ask for cherries
and then comes the refrain; "Yes,
we have no cherries."
The Cherrlans may be advertis
ing Salem in southern Oregonthis
week, but according to Mr. Albert
they are missing a big chance to
advertise the Cherry City over the
entire United States in failing to
provide bright red cherry labels to
paste on the windshields ot me
The, Cherrlans provided neat
cards ; for distribution last year
with .the picture of the capitol, a
bunch of cherries and a lot oi n
formation iabjut the Cherry City.
Thesi cards are 'not carried
around as. the stickers are, ac
cordfng to Mr. Albert. The tour
ists seem to take a pride in see
ing how many labels they can col
lect' somewhat . like the mucn
traveled persons who display their
A conimittee of two Cherrlans
In uniform visited the auto park
each, evening last -year and the
year before, but. this year appar
ently no such arrangements have
been made, Mr. Albert eays. The
eastern cars are coming Into camp
every night now in numbers and
many leave early the next day al
though a. few remain for an extra
I v MEW CORPORATIONS I
Articles of incorporation were
filed yesterday by tne . Pacific
Beach Mining company, of Port
land, capitalized at $10,000. The
neorporators art W. A. Oil!.- H.
P. Meyer and P. A. Cook. .
Notice of dissolution -was filed
by the Gil-Lee Products company
of Portland. . . .
A permit to-sell bonds in Ore
gon in the sum of $74,700 was
issued to the Vancouver Steam &
Manufacturing company of Van
Romance of Raindrop ;
Shown to Californians
F. G. Bennett, who for the past
several weeks has been .", making
his headquarters in Salem in the
campaign of the PRL & P com
pany to interest Oregon people in
Oregon public .utilities securities.
has just returned from an inter
esting visit to Los Angeles. He
attended the informal session of
the securities branch of all the
big utilities companies of the
west, ahd' gave them the Oregon
film story of "The Romance of a
This is-a beautiful. Impressive
story of a raindrop, from its
course up in the mountains of
Oregon, down through all its var
lous manifestations until it and
its myriad neighbors come to run
the tremendous power plants that
are making the Oregon rivers fa
mous, and from then on through
the ; home. Industrial and social
lifehat is made so attractive by
the; use of the electric current
coming from' the raindrop armies;
They were so' impressed, with
thii Oregon film, that Mr. Ben
nett was persuaded to give it be
fore other gatherings; one' a con
vention or bankers.-. The' story of
Oregon's beauties and power fa
cilities made a profound hit with
the Californians.- who though
proud of their "Second New
York" aa they term Los Angeles,
nevertheless sighed the sigh of
utter content as they saw the
green cdolness of tne ' Oregon
shade arid" tlfe Reality 6t the Ore
gon flowers arid' the gTarideur of
the forested Oregon," mountains.
Mr. Bennett believes that he did
a really great strokd for the Ore
gon tourist business, as well as
for the industrial recognition of
the state, by showing this picture
in arid California. ' .
Clashes Feature 56th' Day
Of Morse Trial m Chicago
WASHINGTON, , July V 2 5.
Sharp clashes between te court
and counsel and between Charles
Piese of Chicago, a witness and
counsel,, fettured' today's, the fifty-sixth
day or the Morse trial,
during which the defense rested
and the government began the in
troduction ot testimony in rebut
tal. ; . : ; . - :--.Vv
It now Is regarded as aT prob
ability that the case will reach
the jury within two. weeks.
Report Is Received From
Columbia County Schools
B6th the - elementary arid the
high schools In Columbia county
show an increase in enrollment
for the last school year, as com
pared with the previous year, ac
cording to the annual . report of
the county superintendent to J. A.
THE KWONG FOOfc CO
ALL GOODS OK SALE
SUCH AS . :'.-.. I-
Silk Waists, blouses, novelties, sun parasols, table covers, tas
sels, silk piece goods, gloves, kimonas, aprons, house slippers,
underwear, sweaters, dresses, hosiery, bamboo baskets, china-,
ware and men's furnishing goods, ec.
The CHINESE BAZAAR
l " .. 204 North Commercial Street
Unity of Effort"
Every member of our orgranization has a keen ' :
appreciation of just" what banking service means t ,
to our' patrons. This tinderstandirio; leads to the--unity
of; effort that is one of the outstanding
features of United States National Service.
You will be conscious of that "smooth running"
and' consistent service here at the United States.
National. It is the result of our realization of
.-The pleasantness of the relation, too, means
that we find a pleasure in serving you.
Churchill, state superintendent of
The enrollment for June, 1925.
was 3799, while in June, 1922,
it was' 3374, an Increase of 425 .
pupils for the last year.-Tbe
number of teachers has Increased
from 124 In 1922 to. 137 In 192C. 1
The report shows that thero
are 52 schoolhouies In the coun
ty, ; 26 of which ' have only one
room each. During the last
school year St.- Helens, the county
seat, became a district of the first
class, v' " .;
Four American cities have of
ficially chosen women as city
managers. But there are a lot of
other towns with women manag
ers without advertising the fact.
Both Wood and :T:i "orwood ..
were considered for vti presi
dency three years ao. j There1
is still a general fueling i- t the ,
country would da better under .
Wood than Underwood. ; This Is
quite general. .
Performance prov the new
Goodrich DeLuxa Tractor Tye
.truck tire designed peciau.
for Keavtest duty, hMvy lo&n,
and long hauling. :
Cok. High Sc. Farry' Sts.
SALEM, OREGCn ,
SUCCESS IS TO TH
f: Strength ' always wins,
: weakness- always fails. We
jean-theorize all we please,
j the raw fact always remains
the same. It may be the
I strength of body, of mind,
; of purpose, depending on
the nature ot the conflict.'
But the strongest person al
i ways wins: 1 ,
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