Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1926)
Fair, temperature above" normal
in the Interior;, gentle northerly
?5- minimum, 55; river, -2.2. sta
tionary; rainfall. . jipne atmoa
ohere, clear; wind, northwest.
Back From EMt r" Y.
U. R. Turner, state superintend
ent of public Instruction, returned
here yesterday from, Philadelphia
where he attended, ;.A the, annual
meeting of ! the National Educa
tional association. ,
Go to Woodburn , ' -
Mr. and Mrs F. M, Settlemier
of Woodburn havVgone to Vancouver.-
B. c:. o attend the
5 Victor Records for-$1.90-
Regular 75c size, at Stiffs. J15tf
Leave For Coast
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Geiser and
Mr. and Mrs. William Jack, all 6
Silverton, will leave today for a
six weeks trip to Yellowstone
Tark and Salt Lake City.
31111 City Guest
mai Marguerite Flatland of
Portland is visiting at the home
of Miss Frances Olin in Mill City.
See the ElectrlcaD f Equipped
Automatic refrigerator now. on
display. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
- ZU.' . '"' jig
... 1- Di ..D..1 . '. . ' . V
Mr. and 5 Mrs:- William; Smith
and r Mr. Smith's 'mother, all of
Woodburn Talks Sewers
Two septic tanks for sewerage
disposal are being considered by
the "Woodburn city council.
At Moore a.
Return From Vacation-
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Whitman
and Misses Louise and Gertrude
Shorey,. all of Silverton, "have re
turned from a Vacation at Paclfie
'' City. - . -
Guests in Woodburn ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bartholf,
?Miss Mabel Bartholf. and Byron
Bartholf are Visiting in Wood
urn for. a time. '
Trie fration ;Army
Can'make good use of your cast
off, clothing, etc Phone 1820. jl7
.,. . ' ,
Woodburn, Gnest( -M 4 ;
Mrs?J.",TJLElmore bf Alhamhja,
Cal.," Is visiting In Woodburn.
Visits Daughters '
Mrs. Grace. Hart andtwo sons
visited with her daughters in
Portland last week. Mrs. Hart is
a resident of GerVais.' '
Real Piano Rale
Boys Band Coming-
Father Flanagan's Boys Band
f Omaha will .give two pert orm-
nces at St. Joseph's hatl in ;Sa-
Fera Friday. July 16. v The "after
noon performance win be at 4
o'clock and the evening one Jat
8:15. 'Admission Is free." Dan
Desdunes, well known as a band
master in 'the middle west, has
taken charge of the organization.
It is considered veRrfood for" a
juvinile group, - having jiriwn
praise front' sor high an authority
as John Phijlp Sojasai
Furniture Tvpboltery O
And repairing. Giese-Powers
furniture mpanyi- g20tf
Honors House Gnest ' ;Zl.
Mrs. Henry Miller of Woodburnr
gave a bridge party at ; her, home
Wednesday In honor of Mlsa Beat
rice Austin . her house "guest. " ' "
IiOganberry Juice 1 - ;
The Humphrey way. fic. Chau
tauqua entrancoi- '. J17
An operation was performed on
M rs. T. B. Chandler of Alsea at
a local hospital Tuesday? " ' i
Rotary Program Given-
Jack Hempstead. University of
Oregon student, who-has been ad
dressing noon luncheons at the
various clubs here, told the Ro
tary club yesterday about the
university's seml-cettteffnlal cele
bration to be this faB. He was
introdncer by .AveryiTbmpson,
also a university student whose
. FOR INFORMATION. .'J; .
ABOUT RAILROAD TRIPS
Underwood Typewriter Ca.
- Direct Factory Branch
519 Court St." 4-Phone KJ
Typewriters Rented, Bold,
Special rental rates 16 Students
borne Is In Salem. Miss
Knowland aagf ,aoJo , acoompan-
c uu ;iu piano oy ' MISS isiaa-i
slty , of Oregon stuents The
men's quartet -which-is W e trjth
several numbers, which I wr' so
well received that the singers were
asked to give some, more numbers
after ' the. progrant closed. Dr.
WW -m. 1
w aiter , crown reported on a t?tp-
inrougnna galley .Meat .Packing
company V plants saying it ranked
high in sanitary; methods of hand
75c Victor Records, 48c
Or 5 for $1.S0. Get j your ' reei
ords now at this hfirteductlbn. H.
LblBtlff Furniture C6.
Plan Legion MeetA
Plans fox the annual state con
vention of the American .Legion
in Marshfield net month will be
made at the local post next meet
ing on Monday night. jAir mem
bers art urged to be present by
Vie MacKeniie," epmmander..
.- - ! :'
Mrs. Grace 3Ieier ' Here .
Mrs. Grace Mejer of Sidney vis
ited in Salem yesterday.:
Halik & Eoff forr Electric Fans
Eight inch fans 16.50. J15
Enters Hospital;- " -.4 .',
T. H, Earl jpC.Tlllamook has
been brought tola local hospital
for treatment.-: -j
Taken Treatment f
C. T. . Ingalls of- Independence
Is in a local hospital" for treat
ment. J '"t t;"" ! ' . '
Steinway Piano, Fine Condition
$533. .Moore's Mubic House,
415 Court.: ; ' ' ! J16
Camp Is Popular
.The number of cars at the Sa
lem municipal camp last month
was 687, ' according to a report
given put yesterday, with 531. "of
them bringing their own tents.
The others Stayed in tent houses,
except 51 who came to eat lunch.
Hotel Martoi .
- Dollar dinner, served 5:45 to 8
very evening. j 32tf
Bridge Ulds Asked
Bids are, being asked on two
bridges in Marion county, accord
ing to word , sent out by the state
highway commission. ; One of
these bridges is over Stout creek
on the Mehama road. It will have
785 cubic yards of excavation, 185
cubic yards of concrete, 19,000
pounds of reinforcing metal, and
40 feet of hand rail. The other
bridge Will be over Funding river
near Mt. Angel. It will have 350
cubic yards' of excavation, 170
cubic yards of concrete, 10,000
pounds of reinforcing metal, 150
feet of piling. 24,000 feet of lum-
ber; 35,000 pounds of i structural
steel, and 360 feet of trestle sup
Sin all gold society pin attached
to chain. Please return to States
man for reward. 313tf
Gives Bridge Party j
Mrs. J. P. Ballentyne of Silver-
ton entertained at a bridge party
A demonstration was given by
E; "N. Bressman, memper of the
OAC extension service, jand W. E.
Teulsch district agricultural agent
at : St. Paul, recently. 1 Talks Ion
wheat and alfalfa and, examina
tion iof fields were held. ..Thecal-F,
falfa field of J. E. Smkfl near, St.
Paul, grown according to, methods
suggested by the OAC j extension
service, was Inspected, j
Buy during July
Golf Matches Booked-
Two golf matches remain to be
played "before the semi-finals for
the J. H. Farrar cup. Daryle Proc
tor and Young; win meet! this week
the winner to play Franklin. Hen
dricks and D.: W. Eyre will also
play.'thls week, the 1rinner.-to
meet F. W. Steusloff, who won a
close match from O. L. ;Fisher re
cently. The semi-final , matches
REPAIRED,; f 1 PER! WHEEL
MiJea Psncck's BraJ(8 Station'
275 South Commercial . Street
BmI ZmUU laa XatmraMe
P. T3L 'BELL; -
. . SSO V. S JBaak XHt- T
LADD & BUSH .Mers
: Gencr)J Bniiliinsr Business
; Office hours fWnvJf6l ' W
' ' '.- ( - ; -
will Jhe played Sunday, according
to G. P. Sharkey, professional at
the Illahee country club. The
qualifying, round for the Dan' Fry
cup will also be held Sunday. The
greens, are in excellent condition;
and are drawing many users. '
Bay Your Records 'Now
Practically all Victor records
greatly reduced, at Stiffs Furni
ture Store. J15tf
Ship Prunes in August i
. Shipments of green prunes in
Yamhill county "will" begin next
month. A large prune crop I ex-
pected there this fall, according to
word sent' front McMInnvIUe. A
900 bushel dryer Is beinr con
structed at Lafayette and a num
ber of plants are being enlarged,
so that iufficient dryer Bpace will
Real Piano Sale
Annual Picnic Held.
The annual picnic of the Royal
Berean class of the Silverton
Christian church was held Tues
day afternoon in the city park Mr.
and Mrs. William Andrews of Cal
ifornia, and formerly of SilvertOn,
were guests, together with Rev.
Stivers and his son iLoraine Stiv
ers, and his wife.
Summer Furniture -?
At reduced prices. If. L. Stiff
Furniture Co. 315
Cars' driven by ByrOn ; Robert
Bdn and Joe Prodrtybsky1 bt Mill
City collided at Stayton recently,
with small damage done.
Return From Beach , ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. tfltney and
Miss Beatrice Austin have return
ed to Woodburn after a visit at
the beach. Miss Austin will be
the guest of Mrs. Henry Miller in
Dr. Marshall, Osteopath!
Physician and Surgeon.
J. S. Landers of Monmouth has
returned from the National Edu
cational Association convention in
Philadelphia. He is president' of
the Oregon Normal school.
And repairing. Gelse-Powers
Furniture company. s20tf
More than 20 Salem residents
a're attending the state Baptist
convention at McMinnville. An.ong
them are Rev. and Mrs. E. H.
Shanks, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gfle,
Mrs. A. J. Gile, Miss Mlna Gile,
Mrs. S. R. Vail, Mrs. James Smith-
er, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Zobel,
Albert Copley, J. W. Steel, Mrs.
G. Ed Ross, Miss Lizzie Haines,
'ies Mary Phillips, Miss Wilma
Pratt, Mrs. Mark Skiff and Mrs..
E. D. Socolofsky.
Staples Optical Co.
Fits your eyes. Tel. 1200.
Claude Barr, Rotarian
Claude Barr, brother of T. M
Barr of Salem, has been made a
member of the Shanghai, China,
Rotary club, according to .word
read at the Rotary club luncheon
Dr. Walter Brown, head of the
Marion county child health dem
onstration, lectured yesterday in
Corvallis before the class in health
education At the PA C summer ses-
pn? He wfl lecture tatre again
r ' , .... .
fever'n Clean i Yob
Center St. Valeteria TeX 22"27
Building Permit Issued
A building permit bas been is
sued to G. H. Tracy to erect a one
story dwelling at 1067 D street
estimated to cost 12800.
8 tod dart Funeral Held-
. Funeral services . for Mrs. Lil
Han Edna Stoddart, who died re
centlyj were held at the Bethel
church in Aumsvllle Sunday. She
is survived by her husband, two
brothers, three sisters, and four
Black at Klamath
Arthur" Black of Independence
is working -in, Klamath Falls.
The financial campaign to cover
the shortage in this year's budget
TeTepkBa tt as wka yon aav Vftt
Ury tronbl. V extra ckargs
I - tor ,taU torrlo '
5Sl,Oonrt 8W. .UC.TtMme IBS
m 11 ilQJ
' JS VwM'.-iynirf
We hare n real buy tn at ,
1923 Flint touring, .new
paint, new rubber, with glass
enclosure" bumper, spofc-,
light, automatic swipe and
eeveraf other extras. This
car ha ran ' but yet-y little
and can be bad at a very
low price. , , ;
at the Kimball College of Theo
logy is being carried on under Dr.
G. L. Tufts, the college's field sec
retary, who ,is now working in Sa
lem. It Is expected to be finished
Vacation at Gearheart
Mr. and Mrs. George Steelham
mer and family of Silyerton have
.gone to Gearheart for a vacation.
Real Piano Bale
LeRoy and Donald Ammons had
their tonsils removed at a Silver-
ton hospital Tuesday.
Johnson on Vacation-
Jerry Johnson of Silverton is in
Spokane for his vacation.
Ruby Ring Hosiery
Fttll -'fashioned, 1 1.50. How
ard's Corset Shop, 165 N. Liberty.
! i JI5
On Fishing Trip i
Oliver Olson, Robert Scott, and
Nick Hanauska of Woodburn have
been fishing at Bucket camp.
Stops In Independence
II. R. Patterson of Portland vis
ited in Independence recently.
Car Catches Fire
A car owned by E. N. Johnson
caught fire while Johnson and his
family were riding In it near In
dependence Tuesday; Johnson and
his son extinguished the fire.
On Davenports at Hamilton's.
Back From BYPU
Rev. E. H. Shanks drove to Eu-
Kehiast night to meet his daugh
ter,, Barbara E. Shanks, t Ruth, E.
Ross and viola Lotus, wno nave
been in Loa. Angeles for 10 days
attending the International BYPU
?4 ; : , . H : r..iajM
. ' I f 'I
WCTU Elects i"
Mrs. C. Robbins of Dallas was
chosen president of the Polk coun
ty WCTU Tuesday. Other, offi
cers chosen were Mrs. B. Y. Al
len, Mrs. 'Esther ! Morgan, Mrs.
Flora Lee, and Mrs.' Allie Kurre.
Man Still Jlissing
No sign of George Gullickson,
who disappeared June 24, from
his home in Woodburn, has been
found. j f
Elks to Picnic
The local lodge of Elks will pic
nic at the park in Silverton July
25. A basket dinner and games
will be held. 1
The jewelry store of Charles
Hall in Stayton will be auctioned
off tonight. Mr. Hall will leave
Stayton, but he doesn't know as
yet "where he will eo. Tie" has
been 'anxious to move for some
Liffhtnin Starts Vir?
A large number Of fires were
started .-in the woods near Detroit
Sunday! by -a lightning storm. Most
of them are under, control or out
Return From Visit-
Mrs. A. T. Crocker and children
of Mill City have returned from
Vancouver, B. C, where they have
Convenes on Sunday
The Santiam council of relig
ious education will hold a meet
ing at the Baptist church in Stay-
ton Sunday at 10 o'clock. A bas
ket dinner win also be held.
Camp Meeting Opens
The Church of God will hold's.,
camp meeting at Woodburn for 10
days 'beginning oday. . A large
number .of visitors: have arrived.-
SilvertonV delegates to the Am
eri Leglofl -convention will be
Ernest SUr, Charles Johnson and
Clifford Ruei" with George -Ander;
son John TElder and Captain Towe
as altera alrei!. Pi ' "'
v ..... ? -.V,
HBtnms. From Vacatlo
Mrs, F. E. Eyerly of Woodburn
bas returned from a vacation 'at
the coast, v, i, ft
Return From VteiC i
Mrs. F. F. Jobes, "and Misses
Pauline Ina. and Henrietta Jobes
all" of Falls City, j have returned
from a visit In Northern Califor
nia and Southern Oregon. '
M- ' ' . ' I 1 I f '
suit brought against the school
board by Helen Brandenburg was
withdrawn oy.her yesterday, after
it had been. 'found: that, she had
made no written request for the
money she claimed was'duo her as
in district 45 at Elkhorn. Miss
Tirandenburg was employed as a
teacher at Elk horn and a contract
was tnade'. between her and nthe
school board. The board later
told her she would not be required
eny. longer. She insisted on ful
filling her contract, and was lock
ed out. of the school building. Se
had brought suit to recover the
remainder of the wages called for
la the cotitract.
Real Piano Sale
Purse Is Snitched
A robber snatched a purse con
taining over $10 from Mrs. W. J.
Evans in Monmouth Tuesday
Water 'Scarcity Seen
Cooperation of r the citizens of
Falls City in conserving water to
prevent a shortage was asked at
the meeting of the city council
Monday night. '.
Bns Hits Aut
A . bus running between Inde
pendence and Salem was struck
by a touring, car and damaged to
the extent of S 5 00 Tuesday, ac
cording to a report made by R. E.
Derby, driver of the bus.
Dies After Operation
C. U. Taylor of Portland, sec
retary of the state federation of
labor, and well known In Salem,
died Tuesday following a major
operation. He was president of
the- street railway men there.
Jessie Bertelson of Salem has
been t nominated for office in the
women's' auxiliary of Spanish war
veterans at its convention in
Baker.' " ' ; '
See the Monarch Electric-
Ranges before baying. Ham
Talks Hop Growing-
Hop growing in Canada was dis
cussed by Mr. Cohen at the Inde
pendence chamber of commerce
meeting Tuesday night. About
f-00 bales of hops are raised there
each year, he said. Cost of pro
duction is much higher than in the
Over 75 children took part in a
children's parade at Monmouth
Tuesday as a closing touch to the
chautauQ.ua season there. Prize
winners were Martha Jane Hotel,
Carl Skeen,; Olga Sacre and Neal
C.. H. Gram and W. A. Marshall
aii' representing Oregon at the in
dustrial saftey conference ki the
nfponal capital. Gram is state
labor commissioner and Marshall
a Member of the state industrial
At prices you will.consider rea
sdnable. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
Paving Begins Today
5ttmmer work of the Stayton
paying plant will begin today.
Material for three miles of paving
ott the, Stpyton-Mehama road will
Lfr got out. Completion of this
work, will leave an unbroken 66
mites or pavement irom tne
bridge at Mehama to the one at
New.berg. The garage and fulling
station" at Mehama are being re
n.oyed to give a better, approach
to. the bridge.
Visits in Independence
Mrs. William Woods of San
Mateo, Cal., is vfsiting In Indepen
Return From Crater Lake
Mr,' and Mrs. Dean Girard and
Mra-George Girard, all of Inde
pendence, have returned from an
outing at Crater "Lake.
An operation was performed on
Miss Marvel Warnier of Gervais
at a local hospital Tuesday.
Gets Higher Salary
Miss Ethel McGilchrist, a teach
er of English in the Salem high
school, has resigned to take a po
sition at Yuba, Cal. She will re
ceive a salary of $2000 per year
there, as against $1260 here.
The baskets for basketball in
the TMCA gymnasium are being
installed, and general repair work
is being done on the new building.
The ladies' dressing rooms down
xtailk am also hiiir mart a . and
arb;expected to be finished in a
l Robert Chrisman Here
.Robert .Chrlsinan visited in Sa-
Jeni Tuesday, fie resides in The
Marriage Licenses Issued
i..t Marriage licenses have been is
sue? ar Vancouver, wasn., to Mei-
TlnS Bevens of The Dalles, and
Orange.. Blossom., engage
tomat and wedding rings is a
tribute to the judgment and
"food taste "of tha wearec.
- .fTARTTif AN BIlOS.
jind to Edward . Lockhart of Ca
mas, Wash., and Mrs. Mary San
ders, 23, of Woodburn.
Return to The Dalles-
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Boetticher
of The Dalles have returned to
their home after visiting in Sa
lem for several days.
See Our Windows
Davenports for less during July.
Leg la Brokei
A. M. Breeze sustained a brok
en leg Wednesday when a South
ern Pacific train crashed into the
speeder on which he was riding
near the boys training school.
James NIckolson has returned
from a visit to Portland.
Will Go to Labor Meet
S. B. Davidson and George Be-
atty will represent the Salem
Trades and Labor council at the
state federation of labor conven
tion In Klamath Falls next month.
J. A. Boehringer will go as a del
egate from the steam engineer's
Daughter Is III
W. M.' White, Salem police of
ficer, has left for Seattle. He re
ceived .word late yesterday that
ms daughter was seriously ill
there and departed immediately.
Brooks Paving Progressei
Approximately 1,000 feet of
paving has been laid on the new
highway ; from Brooks into tho
Lake Labish district, the county
George E. Bairey was drowned
-uesoay morning, July 13. He is
survived by his mother. Mrs
Agnes JJairey, four brothers, Ray
01 baiejn, iva of North Dakota,
Earl and Aries of Salem, and bv
two sisters, "Pearl and Mary, both
por taiem. Announcement of fnn
of Salem. Funeral services will
be held todajThursday, July 15.
at 9 o'clock from St. Vincent de
Paul's church. Interment will be
in St. Barbara's cemetery. The
Rigdon & Son mortuary is in
charge of arrangements.
At the late family home. 1204
iNonn commercial street. Otto
Maier, at the age of 52 years. The
deceased had made Salem his
home for the past 15 years and
acquired many friends. He is
survived by his wife Ann, by one
daughter Norma, and two sons.
Edward and Roy, all of Salem.
The remains are at the parlors of
the Salem mortuary. Announce
ment of funeral wili appear later.
At a local hospital, Wednesday,
July 14, Floyd Erskine, age four
years. Funeral announcements
later by the Webb funeral parlors
At Prosser. Wash.. Tuesday,
July 13, Mary Basey Willard, age
68 years. ' She is survived by one
son, Don W. Pruitt, and by two
brothers, A. J. Basey of Salem,
arid I. N. Basey of Wapata. Wash.
Graveside services will be held
Friday, July 16, at about 11
o'clock. Rev. W. C. Kantner will
officiate. Interment will be in
the IOOF cemetery. Webb, funeral
parlors in charge.
Services for the late Mrs. Mag-
delene Rund, who died on July 13,
will be held this morning, July
15, at 9 o'clock from St. Joheph's
church and burial will take place
in St. Barbara cemetery. Salem
mortuary in charge.
Funeral services for Otto Kader-
abek, who died in this city Mon
day TTiilyl2, wlinbt held from
the ; Rigdon & Son mortuary on
Thursday, July Z. at 1:3.0 o'clock.
interment . wiu, . do, in city view
cemetery. - -
Eternity will be .
Velocity, or pause,
At fundamental signals
From fundamental laws
To die, is not to go
On doom's consummate chart
No territory new is staked.
Remain thou as thou art.
W. T. Rigdon & Son
'-..' ,' 1-AND ::,.f ."
- , in ; v
AlW0M AN OF ?
TODAY ONLY .
tsmrir.MnoKnceflr Vfttnsn&tT And
work, is progressing i- speedily on
ther road. ; Rich farming territory
will be tapped by the' highway.
Divorce is Obtained
Sonhia Williams was granted a
divorce from Lovell J. Williams in
Judge Percy R. Kelly's department
of the circuit court Wednesday on
grounds of cruel and inhuman
treatment. . They were married In
Salem In March, 1925. An order
was signed by Judge Kelly restor
ing to the plaintiff her former
name of Sophia Stewart.
Save Money! Buy Your Piano
During our sale. Moore s Mu
sic House. 316
License Is Issued .
A marriage license was issued
here Wednesday to , Ivan Banks,
1930 North Liberty street and
Orpha Esther Harvey, 1625 North
Judgment Is Received
Royce and Jessie M. Allen were
granted a judgment of 3877.72
and Interest , in the circuit -court
Wednesday In their action against
L. H. and Hattie Roberts, Ethel
E. Roberts. ' Gordon anjd Marie Mc
fiilehrlst and O. PL Armstrong.
Ttf defendants defaulted the case.
Attorney fees of $233.85 were al
: : 1 - .
Time Is Allowed ;
In the case of Albert A. Keiper
against the Hammond Lumber
company the plaintiff has, been air
lowed to file an amended com
plaint, by ah order signed Wednes
day by Judge Percy R. Kelly, ol
th circuit court. The- lumber
company is allowed five' days J
which to answer the amended com
plaint. " !
A Nice Electric Range r- : A
For $29.00. H. L. Stiff Furni
ture Co. 315
Case Is Re-submitted
, The case of the state of Oregon
against P. N. Beyers, charged with
the embezzlement of $1187.32
from the St. Paul creamery, was
re-submitted t8 the grand jury on
Wednesday after a short hearing
in the circuit court. It will not
come up again during this term ot
court. Beyers is at liberty under
bond ot $1,000.
Portland Man Fined
E. E. Loftus of Portland was
fined $10 in justice court here
Wednesday by Brazier C. Small,
when he appeared in answer to a
citation for speeding. He nras ar
rested by J. J. McMahon, state
West 'Salem Picnic
The West Salem Community
club will hold a basket lunch pic
nic on the picnic ground north of
the West Salem cannery at 5:30
o'clock, Wednesday. Jury 21
Games will afford the amusement,
Including a ball game, young men
vs married men. All members are
requested to attend. Visitors are
Judge D'Arcy Speaks
Judge Peter D'Arcy delivered
an address on "Achievements of
Pioneers of the Oregon Country,"
at the Pioneer Day; of the Glad
stone Chautauqua at Oregon City,
Young Smokers Held
Small boys who delight in sur
reptitiously purchasing and cno
suming cigarettes : .had better
watch out or they will find them
selves in the clutches of the law
Not only will they . receive - the
woodshed treatment from father,
fContinned on pags 6.)
Saturday, July 17
Starts 10 A; M.
lO Rooms of Real Good
Furniture: Comb, wood,
coal and gas range, rugs,
draperies, davenport, etc.
F. N. WOODRY
. Is the;
PHONE 1 511
t AND ' - . I I . -
WAT. 'the CROOK"
e TODAY ONLY -
i ; T , -a '
' 'A ' J
in the World
As pictured in all
over patent, all-over
black kid and all
over Russia tan kid.
Rubber heel lifts ior
spring steps' : Built
with arch- support
feature, that helps
and relieves your
tired feet, fitted lo
your size at, pair
f . ' "-. -.- . r . ., . 1 .
As above pictured H.; ;
in both patent arid
black kid leathers. ,V?
Made to wear with ;
comfortable a r c hT .
sup port fitted vt o -i ?
your size at, pair
As pictured, above.
all-over p 1 a i n k i d
G o o d y e a r W e 1 t:o
solesi; r u,bb er heel .
lifts,i ; combinationuu
last with Enna-Jit-L -tick
T heyc sure fit welh n;f
and wonderful look- -ing,
fitted :td ly o ur
size at; pair j
sin - -
... i 1
1 f :