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"tlind basgage' orus? back ot
th tender of the locomotive of
tti, train., according 0 Lawrence
Ehson, chief of the railroad's spe
cial agents. "'. I ii ; , ;.- ( -
'Ms the trainapprfidcnedr iton
dout the robbers pulled the air
brikes, -which bronght the train
to a stop," he said. ,
, f'Ther robbers were strung along
thfc tracks for the length' of 'a car
or two and almost at the sp6t,
where the engine stopped," Ben
son said,. Three or four of them
forced, the door in jthe first car.
They, were met.w'ith a rain of'bul
lets .from, the mail clerks and
guards, in the car but the robbers
succeeded in overpowering them.
Cne bandit, "however; .was' shot.
How . badly, . we - don't, know, al
though, we found a poof of Mood
c a the platform and there' wag" a
red trail from there to Buckley
rbad,. where his fellows ' carried
tjm and placed hint in an automo-
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) "The robber! 4 then "forced their
way into the second car . and the
t lird but escaped unscathed from
the rain of leadthe guards and
cierks-ffred at them,.andas inline
1 rst , car, they succeeded in over
powering the guards and clerks.
i "The robbers did not go into
any of the other; cars, for they
found forty, pouches of registered
mail in the first. three cars. Al
though there was a crew of sev
enty .mail elerks and guards on the
train, of eight cars they were all
locked in: and theri instructions
were .that-In no event, were they
to open the doors. They were all
armed.ahd instructed to shoot id
kilt hy.one attempting, to force
entrance int6 "their car..; ( ; , '
J "The. "clerks and . guards ;frbm
the three cars were forted outside
and lined, .tip against the train.
They were guarded by three,. of
the bandits. . , ', . -
"As soph as the . robbers" had
gathered their' loot they piled the
sacks into four automobiles, park
ed on" Buckley road. The three
bandits' guarding" the" train' crew
made the crew turn away from
the road as they, retreated toward"
; their cars.
"None of the train crew was
; able to estimate the number .of
; rbbbers. ' - . . . .
"As soon" as word of the holdup
, j reached, Chicago all available. ex
' I press,, federal and police officers
s were, put aboard a . special train
j which set out for the scene of the
r ; Halt Work cn Strike
i Work on the new" L. Parrish
? junior high school and the $65,000
residetifee beifi construited !for
t T. A Livesley is being, held up-by
? the .strike ot. thei locaL, union. of
thaVPortland plasterers' organiza
5 tiori. Nearly , 18 Portland plaster
ers tre engaged on the two jobs
; The) strike does not affect the local
j iiaibn,r other than local men will
not1 touch the jobs.
, If the striking Portland plaster-
1 iWb TO-NIGHT
1 . for lo8ofspetit. bad breath.
, coateU tongue, uiioosnesa.
. St your liver right only 25c
., Zazu Pitts ,
; Gertrude. Claire
' (Jeorge Klchols
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An Ail-Star Cast; f Tr
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ccrctaty-Wiljuri mnc! Admiral Efcerla Ccsxpare ' .-;
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The Secretary, of the Navy and
Admiraf Eberle.'Chief I ot Naval
Operations. ar . shovnl he ro ' in
specting modeli 1 ot i Bonbomino
Rlcbard. ' the Metael - wittt. .which;
ers and cement, tfin.isb.4rf ate not
back on their.Jobs Monday on
the old wage caf 'of $10 a day,
there wiH .be, a feeneral lockout
against all smembers of the build
ing trades council ;including.rar-.
penters lathmen, , , sheets m.etal
workers and other oonstrnction
men, according to - an' utlimatum
issued Tuesday night by the Build
ing Construction Employers' as-
nr iat ton nf Portland ' i
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ward T. Clarke, his prfrSte secre
tary, he had listened by radio to
the proceedings " of the Cleveland
convention throughout ' the even
ing. ' t
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Washington; June 'iS-sec-
retary - Hoover. 1- a telegram o
General Dawes congratulated him
upon his nomination for the vice
presidency tonight In! the "follow
ing! message:- . ; ; ' .:' -
I am more than happy at your
Selection and,' the : assurance of
your being again drafted to public
service; The country is to be con
gratulated'. ,"' i " "... ' :',
OREGON. IllV JunV. 12 (By
the Associated Press.) Frank O.
Lowden,r former governor of Illi
nois, who tonight was nominated
as vice president "ahd declined to
accept it, issued ..the follcw.rng
statement when"h learftedT "that
Brig.-Gen. Charles. O.' Dawes w.as
chosen: -.-v . - -
'l : congratulate the party on
General Dawes nflminatlon. ; I
have known , him for almost .30
years. He Is , a; man of ' unusual
ability, and of undaunted courage.
He is a mitt with a great breadth
of vision.1 He is capable of filling
the highest 'office with 'credit to
himself and his country.".-
After a felloV gets through
supporting the government and
the criminal classes' he Is almost
ad object of charity .himself. '
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What Is Your Daugher
Does she know more about
Gin than Geography?
Does she know more about
Men than "Mother? ; r
. Does she know more about
Lovers than Love?
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Tp-day. and of Days of 76
mil III -in inWl. in mi n mm nmmm I
John Paul Jon9 defeated the
British man of war Serapis in the
Revolutionary War. arid Of th4
ihiper-dreadaougrht which,. Is - now
the pride of the American navy, j
Whitfield to Pay Price
? At Walla Walla Prison
WALLA WALLA, Wash., Jtine
12. At break of day tomorrow
George E. Whtf eld, convcted of
the murder of Anna Nosltd, 11-year-old
. Battle Ground : school
gr, wll jjay the death penalty on
the gallows' at the state peniten
tiary here unless a last mio'ute
stay of execution - is granted by
Governor Louis P. Hart. ,
" The condemned man- -remains
firm in his contention of 'inno
cence and has shown no signs of
weakness.' , He will be the third
to - pay the - death penalty here
since capital punishment was re
enacted, - John Schmidt, Seattle
murderer, being' hanged here on
April 1, 1921, and James Mahoney,
slayer of Ms wife at Seattle, dy
ing on December 1, 1923.
Prize Is Again Won By
: Th6 High School Clarion
T For the second consecutive year
the "Clarion," annual publication
of the Salem High school student
body, has been adjudged the best
yearbook published by a high
school in the state, z according to
word received here yesterday from
Corvailis,4, where .the contest wa'
staged ijnder the auspices of "T.tie
iieaver,v4 the , annual OAC year
book. . John Heltzel is editor and
Clifford" Coods, manager," of "The
Clarion. ,. Salem, has ,to .wln once
t?nore: Bin permanent . posses-
sibtidf a fine silver tropHy, The
"Clarion" was printed this . year
and last by the. Statesman Pub
,v -U: PLANE CRASHES' ..
. SAN PEDRO, CaL, June 12.
Unofficial reports,' considered au
thentic here, indicate that a naval
seaplane operating in the maneuv
ers off San Clemente island, fell
today, injuring", if not killing the
pilot. Efforts to cdnfirm this
were unavailing because of the
Mississippi disaster, - which over
shadowed all else in this harbor
this afternoon and tonight.
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S That's - what he said when he -Vpuned
the silver flask from his
pocket. And this play will be an
.- eye-opener too, to mothers, fath--''-rs,
daughters and sonst - -
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'-"Cythcfea? SKowing ' i r
. ; . mi uregon
j ' Another Of - Joseph Herges
heimer's colorful stories of Vrom
ance has reached the' screen--'Cytherea,"
which opened last night at the
Oregdn theater. , Again theahthof
of "Tollable David,'? -and "The
Bright hawl,xecent reu eptcs,
has demonstrated that he lsvtvfth
out a peer In the production of
emotion stirring stories, peopled
with characters who are true to
life in every respect- ,, . ...
In "Cytherea." Mr.. Hergeshei
mer has deviated from the present
juvenile. vogije, and, has written a
love stofy of married persons, al
though the younger; generation i
not neglected, in the spinning of
the plat. 'y- , j;
The tale is that of Lee Randon,
who could not understand why his
wife, following their marriage,
became transformed so rapidly
from a gay young butterfly into' a
too-domestic drudge, carrying to
extremes her love of a routine and,
to him. hamdrum, existence.- Lee
wanted; to move in gay Circles:
his wife preferred to remain at
home and do her housework. How
Lee found the love he was seek
ing by means of a doll; how he
idealized the bit of china, -keeping
it on a shrine in his honle;
how he met Its living Image, "and
the unusual manner in Which they
solved ' the love tangle ' which
bound ; Ihem constitutes a drama
that Is poignant and gripping
throughout. . .
t The quality : of the cast is in
keeping with the brilliancy of the
story," it Consists of Lewis Stone,
Alma ' Rubens. Norma Kerry,
Irene Rich", Constance. Bennett,
Betty Bouton and Charles Welles
ley. . ., ' r -; : ...t.
': "Cytherea", was produced ' and
directed by George Fittmaarice
for Samuel Goldwyiu and. we "tin-
reservedly recommend U to all lov
ers' of gqod entertainment.
imixc's FOOD SUPPLIES
. NOS1E, Alaska, June 12. After
a hard three-day battle with Ice
floes almost wightin-slght of here
the steamship Victoria arrived at
1:30 o'clock this morning bringing
the first food supplies; which were
running low in this district, since
last spring. The United ' States
guard cutter Bear tonight was still
fighting her way. through the ice,
25 miles' southwest 'of Nome.'"
KLAXSJiE s&t cvivtx
EBENSBURG, Pa.. Juiie 12.
(By? The- Associated Press.) A
verdict of not guilty of .riot, ."But
guilty of affray and unlawful as
sembly, was returned-by a. Jury
tonight in' the case ot $1 alleged
Ki Klux Klansmert and residents
of Lilly,- who ..were,-Jtried upon
charges growing out of th riot
jrApril '5 between visiting klaftsmeri.
ana townspeople or Lilly. Coun
sel -for the defense 'Iminedlafely
filed a motion for a new trial.
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EUGENE MAKES QfOTA';
EUGENE, Ore., June Iz.-feu-
gene Is the first city .in Oregoft
to reach its -quota in the alumni
part of the University ? of Oregqn,
15,000,000 gift campaign, :lt was
announced today by Judge Law
rence T. Harris; chairman of the
city committee. Pledges amount
ing to $102,700 are reported. The
Eugene alumni's quota was $100,'
COO. . ' ,
The rescue ship sailed down
Main Street v when the . darn
broke, at SpmxVille. The water
rose to the second story win
dows and many -climbed to .roof
tops to escape the flood. ; Theq.
the f ire started and the boat
caught fire. " V ' '.
Former Governor! Is Sorry :He
J Was Named;! Pleased
With NeW Ticket
.OREGON, Ills.,! June 12. Re
fusing next to the biggest gift
that lay within the power of a po
litical party to" confer - upon an
!AmericaV Citlzen1 Frank O. Low
den,, former governor of Illinois,
tonight expressed' regret that the
republican national convention at
Cleveland had seen fit to so honor
him in spite ot his repeated state
ments that he . would not accept
the vice . presidential . nomination
under any circumstances. Gover
nor Lowden complimented ' the
party on its near unanimous nom
ination of President Coolidge to
succeed himself .as president and
predicted that the republican party
will gain a great' victory .in Nov
ember with Coolidge and Dawes.
"As for my reasons for declin
ing," said Mr. Lowden, "it is be
cause the vice presidential office
is not active enough for my na
ture. . I am an active man and I
could not see myself consigned to
presiding over . the jUnited States
senate. Do not mistake by esti
mate of the vice presidency. If is
& great office and t feel proud of
the honor conferred upon me but
I am farming on a large scale both
here at my home at Slnnisphi farm
and also in. the south.: j am av-
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Your Vacation Trip
WawilibeElad tnoiitlinVfrln. mnM:i.. ... :'
chk b-gs lomiah travel pubik(TwctXc3
j Tb Orer Electric RaUwuy will .elHickM to tl Etora point. bowr lekrif .
td(JnbZSetym' " h "n-uaUy low fare, quoted, daily May2a
toSept. ISth. sood returning until October SI. One wx via CaUfornui aliibtly
A wide choio of routes and top-oven are 'available ia both directional
.- - ROUND TRIP FARES t L-. -
. Kahssi City
Hempbis . .. .,
, . . Trains of. Fahte to the East
North Coast Liinitfed i , Orietitill Lfiriitd
8. & 8. Northern Fac C. B. A Q. ' 8.F. 6 8.,lrsat Northern, C.B. A Q.
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FbrtBtydetailm desired pleatecaU ;'i -
' ot otr office, werit or tmlephot
:' 3. W, RITCHIE, Agent, Balem, Oregon Electric Station,
Teiephoile Main t27.
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With r V V
. .LEWIS STONE r ' A
"ALMA RUBENS'" V V Xyj VV
NORMAN KERRY , -ffiw i
Irene Rich 4 ' , 1
- Constance Elennett . ' J Jv '
. Li mrr -jmtr, , , ,B mrm m . 4wA J
GRAfiD SATURDAY SUNDAY
tlve, very active, and' I da 'not
want to cease to' be active. There
tbre the vice presidency does not
appeal to me and never did.
j "The ticket Is aii fcicellent xne.
President Coolidge is a greatnian
courageous, .brilliant, and has
placed himself en record oh all Is
sues. There la nothing indiferiite
about him. - ,
"This Is hot the first time 1
have been discussed - for the vice
presidency. . Back in 1918, short
ly before Theodore Roosevelt's
death, and when he appeared to
be in good health,' he came to
Springfield. , I was then governor
and I think it was conceded that
he would have "Den a very active
and prominent- candidate for the
presidency in 1920 had he lived."
" W STUDIED
Washington Bankers Appoint
Men to Investigate Oper
ation of Law
OLYMPIAN Wash., 4 June 12.
Resolutions adopted by the Wash
ington Bankers' association at the
final session j of a three-day con
vention here 1 today, recommended
a commission to study the. Oregon
income tax law and endorsed for
est reclamation - and reforestation
by state and federal governments.
Following ! adjournment, mem
bers of the . Washington division
of the American Bankers' associ
ation met and named W. T. Trip-
101.29 k 74.05 .:,
St. Ixiuis 83.55
St, Paul , , 74.05
Btate and High Streets.
A sedrchfng pdrtfayai o(
the truth in the lives arid
loves of the men and worri
en of the upper; strata of
American life today. ' i
Phone T1 flrtrnrililnj Dept.
t Kate per worsi'
iloney to Loan
: Oa Best EstaU
T. K. rOBD ,
Orev Lsdd Bosk Bank)
DOES TOUR FORD START HARD!
aleft-netos tested free at 275 8. Com
mercial St.'- "- ' l-ne27
. auto Repairing! . a
H. JI. HARRIS
173 S. Libert
AutO Repairing -
1 All Work Guaranteed
JACK DOERFER MOTOR REPAIR
410 8. Comriierfisl 8-jel3
' New . ' ?'
put id or the old recovered at the right
price tr Salem's Anto Top man.
- - O. J. HULL.
'256 State St. 8-nel3
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lett, Spokane, iriember of the ei
ecntlve cotlncil; J. W. Spangler,
Seattle, rice president; C. J. Lord,
Olympia, member nominating com
mittee; D. H.' Moss, Seattle, alter
nate, and. Walter ' Schhltie, We
natchee, vice president trnst com
pany diTteion. "" ":.
cAusfc bp bfeAtiis t'buxij
8AX PEDROjiine 13 -Inflam.
mable gas anct , poisonous , t nines
caused the death it the victlhis,
raiher than the ilolofice of the ex
plosion on board the Mississippi,
cjc. witnesses pointed out tohi(ht.
. Tlie explosion Itself did little
damage. The were
wlvat cfeatedVthe thferiio Jri which
the 48 petishd tike rats lh a trap.
Many of the ' officers aiid mett
aboard the ship did hot know of
the disaster until several mlrints
after It occurred. . The blast fame
of course at d time when other
guns tverte foarhi it. the target.
. YELLOWSTONE NATION
AL PARK, Wyo., June 1 i. Four
hundred arid twenty-five delegates
wives and friends from nine western-states
arrived at . Mammoth
Hot Sprjrfgs for. the' i4th quad
rennial convention of the Wood
men of the World, which opened
today and closes June , 18.
I NEW CORPORATIONS I
The following articles of incor
poration were field yesterday with
the state corporation department:
F. G. McDermid company, Port
land; incorporators, F, G. Mcter
mid1. Jdmes W. t)uncah, L. R. Mc
Gee; capital. $10,000.
Capitol Street development com
pany. 'Salem; incorporators, John
Williamson; W. F. Powers, C. E.
Renfro; capital,. $io,000.
Merchants Finance & Adjust
ment company, ,. Portland; . Incor
porators, S. C. Nevehs, Dave Bur
nett, Otto H. Mattarn, E. B. Hall
mark; capital $5,000.
A permit to operate in Oregoh
was issued to Whitall Tatum com
pany, k New Jersey concern, en
gaged in the manufacture of glass
ware and rubber goods and capi
talized at $1,OOO;OO0. N. D. Sim
on of Portland is attorney-in-fact
Notice o'f a decrease in capital
from $25,000 to $10,000 was filed
by the Dixie Baking company of
j SALEM MARKETS t
oiirjr Aim xtAT
No. a waest .:
So. 8 red wheat, sacked
-in ci aia
Clover hsr, baled ,., . 812 Q 914
i rnees quoted art. wholesale and are
price received By -fanners No retail
price are given. .
Eoaa. BOTTSK. trJTTliKTAT -Creamrr
trotter . 8 80 S Me.
Butter Ut,' daliwrwl , g4e
Milk, per ctrt ' , 1.75
Egn, aelect-.. .Oe
Standarda , - ' , ,, IHo
peaTy kea igp
sieamm n1 Iirnt hens 11,
MTTTTnH inn avvrS
Hor. top. 150-225 -s , , ft.SO
Ho-, top. 375-300. cwt
Top veal, areiied.
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-02 M Q 05 Vi
S TAT ESMAN
W AJ?iT AbS
The shortestdlstanc" between
C buyer and seller.' A-T
jf "ro-w'fr- 1
Oae week, (sis InserHoaa)
Bis months' (eeatreet per mo.
13 nootha' eontraet. per mo.
IfuujBiua for aay a4TrtIemBsis
;FOR RENT apartments S
NICELY FURNISHED TWO ItOOM
modern apartment, 1133 Court.
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DOWNSTAKia APT. 8 ROOM FURXISH
ed. 4 room, second ' floor, nnfurninh
ed. Adsetts, 852 N..12tb. . 5-jnelS
FOB REKT THREE OR FOUR ROOM
farniiaed apartment. Prirate bath. cln .
in. Inquire' 1 12 Union street. 5-jn15
WOULD SHARE MX APARTMEST AT
265 So. Commercial with any rrp0n.
sible woman who wishes to wojx U
rannerr. Call eTennrt, 265 8. Com-
Tnercisl. 5 (-.,.1
FOR RENT apartments 0
FOR; RENT 3 ROOM UXFURXISXH D,
apt., on ground floor. Basement ar. 1
screen porch.- Will be Tacant Ju t
For rent furnished . fist for S23.
Close ia 4 room apt; close in. down,
atairs, prirate bath, garsce, f si,J
wood . rsnge, furnaee best. .All tar
nished 'for $35. Other aptt, st all
price. Choose, yours first.
i -. MRS. MOTER .-
147 N. Com'l St. Room 6
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FOR' REST NEATLY FURXISIIFO
nnfarnished apartment " close in, ', .
Ferry street. - ' - 5-j4lt
APARTMENT FURNISHED OR ITNrU Z
nished to responsible psrtr at . t j
Brown, 148. 8. Com'l. ?hoae
Brown, 1679J, or 931. &-)n- i
THREE ROOM FURNISHED AT.'""'
nent, 693 N. Summer. . t l-iacU
IF YOTJ ARE INTERESTED IS t!
clean, -eomfortable apartments, r li
able rent; located downtown c
Fatton apartmeata. For lnspecuuj
reservation call Patton' Book
FOR RENT APARTMENTS, 851
1FOK . RUNT rooms
ROOMS FOR RENT AFTER JUNE 1'
at 757 Center St. 6 j-i4
ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN CLOSK IN'.
on68SW. - - e-"13"
FOR RENT Lonsc8
4 ROOM COTTAGE, WITH RANGE. Ci '1
. 796 N. 14th St. Phone 1889 J 7-jnl (
, 5 rooms, good, quiet location, f
' walk to business district. For r
See P. M. Gregory, ' 240 S. Comm
St. . - . ... 7-jap)
FOR RENT GOOD LOCATION
in business, center for dress-m
All furnished with sewing mseMne,
ephone, etc. Reasonable rent. For j
eereral good faomsesr 3 first floor r
- Stents ; lots of others.- At rt t
Rentala specialty.' List with t:
quick tenants. . ....
147 X. Com'L St. RoOm
" . f - . .- .. s V - 7-jn '
HOUSES TO BENT T. L. 'WOCD.
, BUM St. ...... . 7-i
HOUSE FOB RENT PHONE 1
Call at 11 NwlStb., T-r
PARTLY FURNISHED 7 ROOM 1
877 N... Winter. Phont Hero Met
. Turner, Orero. 7
FOR 8AJLB miscellaneonj
CURRANTS 50c. CRATE. KT:
cherries 5 lb. - Bring -0Btain-"
pick them yourself. Phone 1 ,
FOR SAJ4E -HIGH QIUDK IX .
tore for four rooms complete. A
bar. ' Box 8449, car Statesman.
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FOR, 8 ALE USED RANGER JBK Y
Good ruining order, 12. App .7
Madison.- Phono 950R.- - r
FOR SALE: A PORTABLE FLI C
Singer sewing machine. I'ri-i
Call at 205 feonth Commercial, i
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FOR SALE "WESTMADE" FLAT
office desk, practically new, nly
three months. - Pric 5- Vi''1"
8359; care Statesman. a .
FOR SALE : FIRE-WORKS; WT
salc and retail, 244 South, Hi '
- George Sun. 6 ,
NOTICE TO .CONTRACTORS AND 1
era Wa ar still laying sewer t
-, at 20e per foot. J Other plumbi -
reasonable prices. ' Phone 926. 8.
FOR SALE A LARGE RANG I -reserroir,
good condition. Ar'
567 N. Front. - .-
CASH FOR 5 TRASH.; A -BOVA J
offer. Road the classified coluntc
-day.,. .. , ..... t . ., ... t
PRINTED CARDS,, BIZ 14" tt
wording, "Room to Rent," pr..
eenta each. Ststeaman Baslnes 1
. -fie. Ground Floor.
And eleven other Oregon sot
father with a fin eelleeUon of r
I aongs, sacred aong and mac
aim faToritea. , '
ALL FOB 19.
(Bpoelal prlee ia qnsanty lots)
Xlpeoially adaptable for achooi,
; analty or boa ginging. feoal i
; pages atv la it third odltion
. PlUlti if
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
818 B. Commarcial 8k , Balsam
VT can ar yon money tn a'"
your plumbing supplies.
Se Us Before You D:
" capItal'bargatn HOUS3
. 21 Center Street
w wuj ua oeii .TerTiaiu k
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DBDIRWOOD TYPEWRITER C
. your machine repaired by
people who mak it. Hpecisl t
rat to etndoat. tOO Masoni -,Pboaa
FOR BALK OLD NEWSPAFE'
rnt bnndl. Circulation depsi
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