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TUESDAY HORNING, FEBRUAH
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:i .? KIZ ,Y.7?p; 77 7?
Eight Games Won and Nori
Lost Kecord Made 'by
, Huntington's Men
If. MJ: liutjj lifc
: CollecHon of-Stars Developed
.r V2!i5?Sg5S!2S: l,n!l Wonder Team - at
uon ror tne saiem blgn sehooll '.. , OldlC UniVerSIIV
basketball learn to show hp, may I i - ---
get their whonight heat the! ? . .L IrVnrX- 7Z
undefeatedlocal 'eauad meeta Ai-li . AnS.,nIirellr offOregon bas-
bany high in i game at: 7:30 ?"al l'nhltS0Mr
oocf in fhe local high -school tSribiSffiTM-"
rrmiKKinm rf -I 4 jypturanjee m Salem Wed n pa-
gymnasium! Of coarse, predicting I fly
iui any tei win gire me saiem-l wm;
renlng.f meeting, the Wil-
ites afciosei run " la risky business. I ZAZ"lHZ?"rnite in he
but Alt any ran up a biz score on tLJLf ;
Independence ; high.- and 5 shoiiM S jft KacUieT the sSem JTJ?
give a; good account of Itself. ' SLll faul; evt?ifJ
What rtiay make it closer is the! Freshntan. imtH nTvdr,tt , m
Ineligibility .of Duffer, an import-1 Play- a t preliminary game, thin
ning at' 7:15 o'clock. -
ant mcmbr of Salem's offensive
com blnatioi. Duff ey will regain
his eligibltotyt in time for next
week's .gamtefn Is Understood,
Salem -blga s6 far this year has
won eight nhmes, and ' lost 1 none.
It has scored' ah.' average of 4 5
points ,to -the game, against an
average, of J4 for its -opponents.
; The least tha,t Salem has scored
- was 33, againet the OAC Rooks
last Saturday; -the most 'thatVany
opponent nas ored : was "31, the
1 1 1 1 I,
anns get this fodtdjih ikiout
SCfTEQULED TO DEGIfJ
SPEAKER CX)XSEXTS TO VULV
FOR WASHINGTON CLVB
WASHINGTON. Jan: 3I.-fip
TrlsASpeafcer has agreed to sign j Schissler Expects to Begin
yr"-s?ntow s liround Hoor-in Pre-
awuiuui. m n uiu receivea nere
tonight from Clark Griffith, presi
dent of the Washington club. who
in in Tampa. Floridai the former
ciereiana manager accepted Grif
fith's terms today by long distance
telephone' front New York. -
.The terms t the contract offer
ed; Speaker, who was cleared re-
VTTUk l Oregon team f is "probahry
! T Da?tbaU ,mblnation
that ; bjis ever; been fathered to
gether in this state. Every mem
ber of. It was , chosen, on the all-
iiaiei in nis 'High school
daysf and Coach Bill Relnhart has
devbpeds this 'collection ht !stara
into la team such aa college men
tors 1 aream aboht jt but , seldom
Tbiree' Of the reenlara on 'hi
alumni,! Among-, other scholastic I lea.m wer membertj.of the Oregon
teams. Ahe Rooksand. Washineton I qInt which last year won .the
high have scored the most points. Jw JtL"" fltle 'ln
vv . ca,( UhCJ uerg, UUB
ther -iitnd. Westertgren; s and: ihey1
pi'Obatly , would have wnn - hh
coait jauei inrtheSiayoffr if West- I
erKren i naa ;neen able to play.
r: xnis 3ar, wi&h the addition of
- " On Wednesday evening Salem
high will play ' the Unlvtersity of
Oregon Tronh ai a preliminary to
the Oregon - Willamette r a m e.
Thursday evening -they win .niavIUYr"- flWU,n ine aattion or
the En!S f J? 2 Hldingsvand MillJgan, the team is
O R BOO N.. AGRICLTLTURAI.
COLLEGE CortaUIs. ' Jan.' 21 J
nfMnl.l J ' iL.11 . . J
viJKi ooiuaai practice
will begfci here tafia- iti hA
issuance of football toea'anA
nfinn v .w.fti..'. rcy9lueDL, T&8 first vArliniit n
fix. A baseball game, were not dis- I "Z- My'iiernoon. ...
closed. I-.'-, : , - I PaulJV Schissler, Aggie football
n.wttv .m .ivm ..f coach, has arrived in nmut-
York, ; Philadelphia. Chicaeo and I irom Hastings, Neb., where he has
Detroit for "Spoke'a" services.: -1 !;vmUM with hla parents.
. Tris . promised to report to the I mTlnT-w tK nat-0?al
Senators' spring camp here about ffa7 offlefata taIv"
March r; he said. Zu"cJa J?:1
t - tti-u l r r - -?"cu "f n iniersee-
and &fanage Harris to nse Speak
er regularly In center field. I He
would be flanked in right field by
Sam Rice and in left by Goose
Goslln. ' '- '. : r: ;
This lineup would give the Sen
ators an outfield made np of ,300
hitters, Gosltn last season having
averaged .354 at bat; Rice .337,
and Speaker .304. - : -f'jyfcNeeiy,
played center .field for
Washington most of last " season.
He has signed for another, year,
f tional tilt" With Oarnr- Ta-k
be In the Multnomah stadium Jiext
Schissler expects to begin bn
the ground floor in rebuilding an
eleven for next season Thirteen
piayers, nine Of whom Were On the
first string, will be lost. Via the
graduation or three-yeirrule. The
outstanding problem facing Coach
ovuiTOier m nis "reconstruction"'
workr : is the placing of Wesler
runDftcic I Schulmerich, a triple-
MIAMI PROJECT BROKE
CHA5IPION BACKSTROKE AR-
TIST DEAD IR03 DISEASE
CHICAGO. Jan. 31. (AP)
Miss Sybil Bauer, who at the age
of 22 held 23 world's backstroke
swimming records, and was the
firs t women t; to break a man's
swimming! record, died here early
today after a 92 day light against
an intestinal disorder. :: Z -7-.' --
- ,Fhnera 'services ; will 1 he 'held
Wednesday- a.t ' the'thdme o her
parents, Mr. and Mrs.; Carl Bauer,
and at the Ffrst Lutheran church.
Interment will be in' the M o u n t
Miss f Bauer's last competition
was a year ago at St Augustine,
Florida, the finish of eight -years
of swLmmlng "which . had brought pany.
Large Development Nametlin In-
voluntary IJaukruptcy vie :
' JACKSCN VlLLEr Fla., Jan. 31.
(AP) The, Shoreland, company
of Miami,? developers -of Miami
Shores, with the exception of
Coral 1 Gables. " the largest, . single
development- project, in the .Miami
areav was named . in r an , Involun
tary bankruptcy petition - filed ; in
federal court today.. - . .
' s The- petitioners, W, White,
Yvonne Verity and-John M,. Steb-.
bin; all of Chicago, nlleged that
the! company owed.fhem- specific
amounts obtained through fraudu
lent contracts, v"; f ; - ;. .
i. The action was brought, the pe
tition said, to forestall preference
to certain . creditors .who have
actions pending against the com-
ner me recoras tor au aisianees 1.
from 100 meters to a quarter mue,
One of her outstanding distinc
tions ' was" the breaking, at Ber
muda in October, 1922, of Stubby
Kreuger's 440 yard backstroke
AnAV1 ? T7aw ilwiA fAw 4Y a Y lofa 9 A
u : tavi fciuio va fcuc uievauwf I 1 1 . , -- m - .
6:24. was four seconds better lu"riy,";?J
than ICmWer'a r Bnifta xhi A-fXKiU'
completing her college course- She
was asenlor at Northwestern uni
versity when she became ill. t ; She
was a campus leader and presi
dent of the Woman's Athletle as-
ed from the sacred standards and
experiences of other t days, He
had: a; well filled . house and was
f .lowed with the elbsest atten
tion by au. . . i ' .
. .Today at tZ0 ; one of the c?ht-
siantUDg. messages of the series
win te delivered on ''The Cliris
uan Home' rand a special invita
tion is extended to the wiven and
mothers of the city to bo nresent
Miss Etta Mahoqd. will continue
ner health lectures to womeja only
at the 3:30 efternooVhour. Larsre
numbers - are . attending these
Tuesday, Wednesday; and Thurs
day HafterhooV meetings, :
A full house, Js expected ach
evening .of the week at ?:30. To
night the subject wilt be "Experi
ences in , An' Earthquake' .. . The
singing and fine fellowship of the
meetings aid gretij. to the pleas
ttre of ail who"mttend. :
TAMPA;Fla.r Jan. 31.(AP)
Tris S'peaker; former manager
The evangelistic service's at the
Jason Lee Memorial-M. E. church
have entered 'np'on the-i second
week "with a tfne attendance, ahd
cn enthusiasm that promises great
Fociation 'i She was eneaa-ed to be I success; The evangelist '-.Dr. Ma
married next June to Edward Sul-l hood; preached to a crowded au'd
threat thArZiTXZTkZ-Jz2z2 fJlvan. New York, newspaeerman.1 1 lorram f at ootn tmoay mornihg
to the Oranre team wir k" f Sullivan .and members of -:her If uu ounaay evening services,- ana
with - marked - rpnAtiiiA in h.th
St. Helens Doer Island. X-otrirlne
company rebuilds camp lost In the
$100,000 fire and will reopen on
February 1 with1 200 men.
! I JUT. .. I t, :
Gl.p. InSuenza anJ m.y Pneu
monias begin as a common
cold. Price Sflc
i; Tha box beara txUt ignatara
gene, ,,and F-iday , the , Oregon
xiooKs on weir, own floor.'.
The ;hJg gamie of ihe y4arfbr
Salem high will vbo played t en the
local ;flOor tfext v 3fondayV night.
r Vi ' - aV r. ,-... .
It too ha rn?t 11 Puah. hard oncTh I
this seann . . ur ui aii joc its speed.' In
1x11s season. ; . . 1 fact-rlonWT'- a..
' " . - " .Lr3 r 1 ruin
err and; ia- ex-
pectea to sweep tyery thing before
As for the game-with; Wlllara-
ewe tomorrow nflghti indicatiocs
are Uiat ft will be-a good contest.
of the Clevela-td A.merican. league I defensive ' Work Four-" tackles
baseball club, atrreed to olav cent- I "Vt lim Ti-5?" -11 -4 --ii,-'
er field for the Washington Sena- I for two; years and Hinnn niA- I .Acclimated ornamental nursery Inot meansF a sensatl&nalist
tors laia coming season, ma ong 1 erson, mentioned fhr th.f nmi- I stock,, evergreens,', rose Dusnes.!1 u iue less vigorous in nis
distance telephohe conversation 1 Harvev Hale and nt.n ' ri J fruit and 1 shade trees at Pearcv I attacks upon the sins of the day
with ClaVk Grfffith,; president of I will leave big - vacancies, iioscoa Bros, in season. We have our ownnd In his demands for the high-
the Washington club, tonight.
Only the best! Our patrons
will bear this but. Wo serve only
the best in meats and poultry.
Hunt ' & Shaller Market, 2C3 N.
Ira W4 Jorgensen, ISt IUghl dHferenceibet;een!thfe'teas' - . ?
L- Pari fn- n r-v..-1 A I 1 OrecrtMf'lA.ist- t ; Trf a i.?.
St. Parts fn all . mo 1.- 1
"it, . ot.. Wi,r,;5 ,jt, Bungalow Christian Wins
Luce fs expected to make a Strong j nurseries, 178 S. Com'l.
uiq tor one or the tackle bertha
Harold. "Hal" Liebe nuntpV. and
Llovd "Slim" Ralcofm. -enter: tn
Will be lost hv the team . n-ll
Ward, all-coast end, will be among
ine missing, also; ' - v v ; '
Coach Schissler expects to keep
() I est type of Christian conduct. His
message last night was on the an b-
W. G. Kraeger, realtor, brogres- Hec of "Drifting." and was par-
slvo. fair, eaultable ' Growlnar dtv I ucmany aimea at those who Were
and country makes possible buysonce Religious but who have drift-
that 'will make you good: money.
Complete listings, 147 N. ComX
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liable seryjee tho rule.
Pohtiac c-i-stlll sw
ward unchaileinged leaderahla
-- f-llPariea out luacaaay.- r tJF course I o10 ,.uu, nuauiy jewweij, Tmlt nuiatn t?i- V7
' V-'M- I sccfres atiEUghe?recently but this I 0I standard of values. Once alc jTftiZinr, Taioof r, VriL"
eepfng to-liTn-' W, TiTJ-if D2fl-ila I hnmr aiwava Pntnmr. -t" i r I V st?t5?n assisUnt...were help-
I . VM HiUi 11 V U r LilH I " " - . . ! . ' PrO 1 tl Q9 -TV.., f ..
. if iin miur 1 1 ii rf i
From Jason Lee Quintet
The Bungalow Christian Sunday
scnool basketball team defeated
Landau sedan SOS t n. h7faci J i:a ai. me, . , ... .. I f I work every school day will be the IZZZ ZZT.TZZrZ' "I"
Easy to pay Genera S !!
lima w-w - r.r I ;r p"uia courw ana
,rvuk i teams that fare msed to .playing;
' , " : ; Jon the road. ; , h ...,;.v!
r .fl .
n aaa .Ua ML WUI' 1U K 1 L
to Get Five Day Layoff wk8' ccrirding to their plans.
Underway atvOAC ileet
OBEGQ K AGRECDLTURAL
lullhub, corvallfis. Jan, 3 1
t - 1 . : 1 a. .
v araiiy. iweuu : koi unaer way
today w'en prospective pitchers
na catchejrs will meet with Ralph
0. Caleman basebalf coach, at his
atrtce in the feymhasnint.?
"The inertia g' Is : toeing -caned
iy this year: vto , gef a :line on
iew material," says Coleman. "A
icaedule for practice fpr prospee-
tire battery members rill be ar
ranged." ! : : -: - .. . . .... "
- The graduation of-Fwre, three
year veteran, leaves (the receiving
job open. ! Lursen, wfio alternated
wiUi Faurie last yeax," and! Maples,
from the Took squad, are the most
promising candidates so tar? Ford
and Winters, the only :cbuckem
from last! year, will oeed plenty
of support in the box. i i ' '
j . -r , . -t it
I Cotton also' addresses! the boys
t the senior tigh school, at Par
rish junior high, and met "with the
innior' of the Y, thtfv secretaries
ixi& the leaders' groups.,
Have your prewcrlptlom tilled
t the first drug store wet 6f the
x'ew Bank building. Reliable ind
rustworthy. 'nothing bur the ptrt
st drugs Crown Drug. 33r SUte.
Prepare! for Coast
Field and Track
'( ) L K J orvaltis, f9n. 91
s.-i uaiuary ' preparatiotist.'f 6t the
northern " division of i the Paciric
oast '"field and track mee5 here
lay 27 and 28 are being ie.
i:o track meet was made po&ible
y changing the date for the ihallfr
iry tournament from May 2JT to
ane 4. ' . - K
' Colonel O. W.-Moses; professor
t military science, and tactica
)nsented fn tho rhafim of n nutl
g of the committee consistiogV
t W. A.. Jensen, executive secre-
r-, w. ;A. Kearns, director of
luetics, and Carl A. Lodell,
: . Juato hianager. " " ' - -
Jan. 3 1 . i(AP.)
.numbers, not twflyiecaw; n is
te : mlshtyiOresvjn, team- 'thati is team before It 'next' conference
ctk ming, bat;,. aldobecause-. they j gaine,4 tJoach Billy Relnhart ' will
hv discovered Jthat Spec Keene jrest his tired ! athletes who re-
nao aeveiopea a - nara fighting, turned yesterday from ' their: an
sweedy team that gives a good ab- nhal Jaunt aronbd the northern
cotont of itself against any oppofa- drchivhe'sald todar."'?'"?-"--'-
enW " if2 A if y4 "r T- Washington was conceded the
lS?r?la' 'MSSzV?' hZ?t- favorite over Oregon as Coach
Z-fJitti5"t Hec Edmundson had been drilUng
TJ--TOI9I. Xtnt resesrve his players a -nil week in an ef-
.w.-fllT I fort to formulate 'a defense that
8?i?nTT the Webfoot scoring
morniM' " TT" " J threats, 'Relnhart .salAj"
evening at; the YMCA, 24 to 117;
TUT. TTD- r T, ,t i ' i I "J- ae. WllU
With- ft Hve-dar period facing thel HT" J T Tnnti? .ctr?1 In a ast period .rally over a quln
TJilversIty? of Oregon ibwketbaniaU.ySI Individual abil-
t . . - - - - -- ? , - j . - - - owucuuicit lur
, - --, V " u''"ondX evening- was not played;
Cross Meat Marlret- i .nf-rAa Ix o,.v-.n.k .1-
u ucoi om.;oio-iieBmar naa gone to Portland,
est .steaks, bacon, hams, sausage. I 1 . ; -h sxtmmaet t '-
iardeggs, milk, x Absolutely sanl-1 JrTrr ' 1 - X0 . - i) !
t Prepare a harmless and effective
gargle ; by dissolving two ."Bayer
Tablets of Aspirin In four table
spoonfuls ot waters i Gargle throat
thoroughly. , Repeat in two, hours
if .necessaryr'k --s'"iJ- r& i
Be snre yotfc use only the gefin.
: I The VOpera Hosm Dnur Store.
Serviced quality, low prices, friend
ship give increasing ptatronage.
oidrcuBtomers advise friends td
rate Mere. ; igh und Court. .:;()
surface' roofing aonlled
over your old shingles. Wo have
MWMW 4AA V- ' . .
Bro;WVumbers '.heer Tal f"re?ate Of 1140.161.08. accord
work. 355 Chemeketa. () ti" -t!po" ; Pre?are(1
lard. errs. tntlk r AheMnf-i. --.( I Bonetilow--. , , Po.
tary. 370 State St. , - () -ffi-r--- 5.onn'T I Aspirin,, marked: with
ucurtlUiieill newllIS : I '-.-r--t--i-- iM-m-nn 1 tew cents.
M $140,000 to Treasurer .H"T
'4U,i . . 4 '.I i Pomeroyr Keene. Jewelers.
w.t ? !nd department re- never fall to give yon 100 on
muted to the state trsMnM dn. the dollar. i .. .i-i. '-i
uuiu 01 uecemoer an 1 tuarma. Kiuaarit nfs-h.,
-1 iww J 7 If: 1 '
' rOWN tc;r6id it travels, one of the most efficient things
on whefcs. Colls'of wire are'stored inside. Toclskrein the
snug lockers. Pike poles and shovels are in their racis. A big
. winch Is boIt i to its frame and theri are pipes of stc frara
which to Torn a sturdy dernclc. . i '
; Sometfmes i t draws a trailer loaded with fonfc, straight j!es
Sometimes it ears a heavy reel of cable. Often its load is men.
''iVlctelhc 1-jtk fe61 man7 glance as it passes. For
whether on ti ! peace-time joh- of cohstfiiction and mainten- -ance
or bouru to Where snow and sleet have made for it a "
battleground, t means power, speed- effidency, economy ahef '
tnuipan loyalty united in the task of making telephone service !
- better, broadei more dependable.
state land board.
i rs . t - ' - . - , j r Mrs. H. Kf Itft- ; mil!lTtir
i 1 UOBt beautiful hau In Salem; aRi; an turn-overs Included
clai. Don't fall! to see
about ' repaying your car.
mechanics at your service,
work snaraateedU y'Ui i. : j:;
W DDK, TO STAY IN NEW; YORK
Parker I ahanAH and mlrtn nll anV I the followtn
an 1 r" w4H iu .qvvva. ii vui l " - -wm -
-"r! I WJUCa i to tnkA f!n flalArtirm I Clctrnrnnn tnhAni s',
- - . a v bvuvui AUiltA lnUClDI
Best quality.; 3 3 S State St, (J I payments on loans S 9M27.09
'i-V 1 r : ' ".' ' I common ;sch6ol fond principal, lnl
wimer: una work starts v i n:ofJ.nrce . 54i.4o; common
. .'1. , - 1 ,, . i 1 1 pai, payments ron loan a , izKin ..j .'-: li..
Kt, ui mure (.uan K score oi, iutj- I - nwiiOTTv i . 1. . - , - fesrB oasaetoau - team
tationa to compete in various narts t aZZZ2.Z? ZVXrZZV"--?! "namterest tbreatens to disnint the remain;
of the country-dvin' Wide7fam- Brf ed "a t t "hV-rrr,ivttV m i T nVl .mm. princl- bf the playfng season. Two play-
ous Swedish runner and eonqneror IfoSSaywSFovalw veisiK'Sndlntf & t ' re ln academyThosfiS.
55ZirX ucrdun9 T!" tars r fnto
stock lh al departments.
i The Peerless Baterr srnvtn I
Commercial. 'Sanitary, np to date
Prompt delivery. Bakers for those
who appreciate the best: Tn ma
ing patrons tell the tale. . (
t AflAraLIC.' Md Jan?. i
tAtJ -An f outbreak of mumns
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cine Telephone And Telegraph Company
BELL SYSTEM ' " ;
Policy 'Om System Universal Strvtce ;: ( i
" uvvwvhmm is nn ' fAtlfihfne l.a.b.ll..1l
trict. ' This ; was) disclosed today lirZ ?"Z "T' :w"i
-tii.ais. i.t.. dmmu i . . wuw n me looioau
announced that; Its foreign- rela
tions committee. '. of which W. ;C.
Prcat of Boston Is chairman; had
tSkie' itt'telegTaptr ' vote sanction
ing these appearances. - , ,
field four days each week for the
next month, teaching his jaaen the
rudiments of the srame. norh ' a
lacajizrp. punung and running..
4 Official spring practice will be-
gmg on march 7.
Plural r credits fund nrlnMnst t i
Z621.76, rural credits rMPna .... . r
fund internal ssss i ! ; I 1
I I I Dftt K Cn,nMT t. -
a. n n hv r... iii I TLrrr r .1 ,v-,44,,.l" wua- j
Fry's Drug Store. "Sl50 N.' Com'l
lie pioneer Btoro. Everythfng tbr
-pr?mi? ia the drug sapply line
llh standard goods and quality,
vice always. . . , ()
Pcrflard has 90.130 phones,
71 rer cent. gain during 1926.
ITCHY . SIXl
? ao-Palf Lur, a pleasant cream
s 'La and heal skia at is
rf broken cut irith ec-S
. j v vered vfil'n ngly .-"rash or
, r ia roui or dry. Nothing
. -y skin eruption aoquiekrr,
i i . i fckin f i..:i :t. ' .
i i.... ;.. t tLis fcu'rLur prcpara
i !- l.uJ the itching stops and
t ct three applications,, the
;4 -,-,t and ii-i 5tit is de
r . r i st f'-r i'jr
. as a ' fc.ia rrody
Ts tie j iraaiteatthat
if,t '.;-. r dls-
t: Lr fi.l.i jr
: r--" .-... ...nvu4 . uuKiur Dununr. nnm vamiai. i . .
AM-;Wtit imw m WMit. I... . ' - omiu lO OS OI : tnft ; lM(ir nnolilv f
r: " -CY,. t"4 aa. cqner work, in our modern J.- p. Tyler's, i 6t r nZ 'ir.V mn
'ucia viu vaa uuyiequippea -paint shob TPliDhfnr .. ,".-.. j v,, . lurnisnings i ror
as aafely as a-man or woman, efeasinr and tPT1 the home ot ore service. ()U0Ur hou ,
, . ... v nuvu auio eervice. m ; . m
i . . ..... - - , . .
J ----V' 4 X, ; L t i ""J
bnildina . mataclalm i
(income sources). $520. and toAZm7:?':J-? I
f - t j i 7 ana save money.- ()
, . t cuu- m lift Hinrq wninu vnn I
quality furniture and
every room1 in
now to rea E
vitiuu cuiwieu taxes I- vain, imwnmia.t' .m
n insurance, companies during J work on Warm Springs drainage
-' : ;Tjc iicrcftHnf Tailor T '
r Invites all Salem people to attend the Pacific Cc3st
Merchant, Tailors1! convention held at the llultno-,
: mah hotel, Portland, Monday, Tuesday, .Wednes--r
day, Thursday or Friday, February 1 to 4tht
The displays of new styles and fabrics 'will be
held in the ball room of the hotel. . - ;
. Mr. Mbaher will be glad to .conduct personally
ony.of his iSalem friends and patrons through this'
beautiful exposition of style. . '
- r. - n i i f
. 'Ill A jr ' ' 4 ''-!-
! 7L iHrVv ,
1 . Menace -
j ,w.e, inspect them
and do the required ; ,
I repair properly and
quickly with the
m o-sx -xn oder n'
: equipment; -' . .
V were jooge rothers to sell 100 motor cars one
year.: and ,200 motor cars th Jnrt, they could
? trutofully announce thattbeir ; ales had increased
0??'i sin2le J'Yet the r wduld bnly have
sold 300 motor cars in alL ' . ' . i
In other wordi. PERCENtat.p. At i,;it w1-
is not conclusive. The NUMBER of ors sold
a UIC uuc ICS I.
Three hundred aiid tliirty-on j
uwi year I
Tta RlBrethers .sales ih' 1925 showed an
liitreaiscoi 4J07 over 1925 1!
fact to considerstriking as !
liux .tnat JDodee Brother srM ,9omU. u
?l7y7.sa3es in twelve monthstells a 'story of
ciuwui ux suuias out like
line of the industry,
not the MAJOR
towsrrn h iky-
adicd THI3 year! -Un in-e : ;sIi -n.
' fSfnts ,fcr cestly,vesZats!
, ....je- smart and sturdv nmdif fwM4t-,'6
what to buy!
. . -Tpurihg Gar
4 -'.: . Coupe "
V i Specihl Seaan .3.'1180
-' .Delivered - !
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