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Hurt in Collission - '
i George Thatch of Brooks suf
fered cuts on an ankle- Wednesday
.when his automobile collided with
no driven.-, by James Coates, at
the Intersection of High and Cot-tags-
Dr. Mstthl More
I - Dr. J. O. Mattbis has moved his
office to rooms 815 and 816, First
.national tsanx Building. . 128
: -', India Robe Stolen :: . ' : .
An Indian robe belonging to
n , "Warne Crow, senior at Willamette
? university, was stolen from an
.automobile parked-at the Dream-land
rink Tuesday night, the po
lice were informed. .
For ToW Sllln Ktni Tlnwn.lni .
- ', i In the First Natl Bank Bldg.
iD Luxe Shining Parlor. - f 5
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Spare Tire Missed t
V, i,A apara 4 tire and rim were re
moved front the automobile of J.
WN Chambers when It was parked
; on High street Tuesday night,' It
"was reported to the .police.
' 'One" Pine 'Assessed WxtP'i
I J. M. Larsen of Portland was
; fined 11 for overtime parking,
Wednesday In municipal court.
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l - Hotel ttul(nH--f.'ei ..f
.,; i Dollar dinner, served 6:45 to 8
. every evening. . . nZtf
Btat Auo Ixcated ;
" ' '1 The" State owned outomobile
' driven by W. H. Lytle, state veter--inarian,
-was recovered early Wed
nesday morning by a local traffic
officer, ' parked on ' 'Court"" street
, mear . Commercial. It had been
stolen from. Church street "Tues
day. -' : '- ijfcJ' .?:
. X-: . ' ; ; -it fa;
Entirely New Assortment 1 '!;
? Of use pianos 50-75-l0r
8125-1150. See them. , , Terms to
Wilt, v Liberal - discount for cash.
fTallman Pino Store, ,12th and
i 1(1 Vocational guidance was dis-
meeting", of . the youngs men's divi-
cussed at the r- Tuesday evening
f .sion.of the YMCA, this being the
first consideration of; the matter:
' C M.r Keefer of the Kimball
, School of Theology presented an
: introduction to. the subject, which
the YMCA is to study for a month.
ration. Army '
. , BbIIUs Gasoline Howso . . ;
j.rl A concrete building in.wnicn.to
i- - I'uuac Kasoiiae lor craftfliaK Dual
m Deiag.buut by urovea uamp-
', North Commercial, according to a
a.Jill'oildlng permit' Issued ' Wednea-
I' -r jlayClt'.wilf .cosrS200. r . '
)tr. Marshall; JsteopaOilc
tv..- Physician and urgeou. . . . .. f3
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Junior Board Meets
' -The Japior. board of the Salem
-YMCA met Tuesday .evealny and
discussed proposed ; activities for
the junior , department for : the
coming 'weeks.. The shuffle 'board
Which Was recently decided "upon,
has been ordered, it was reported.
Flowers For All ,
Occasions. Adams, Florist.
TMCA Board to Meet j
The monthly meeting of the
YMCA board will be held Thurs
day noon, at a luncheon at the T
dining room. " , , . v ",
Dr. C. W. Davis. Dentist
. ' Now located In his new office,
802,' 1st Nat'l Bank. Phone 816.
Students to Entertain .
Students In the . musle depart
ment of the. Salem high school will
give the?FrWay evening lobby pro
,'gram at jte MCA , undcr,lhi di
rection of Mbs Lena Belle Tartar.
Twenty-five w"l trke part. r
! Comnfete Line Of
"," Monarch . : Electric IUngea at
- Iamllten's- ' - a21tf
Plan Billiard Tourney
. Ther jonior department' of the
YMCA. will hold a billiard tourna
ment Saturday, Secretary Lloyd
Warner, announces.- ' . c
Thursday Specials Margaret's -Baby
Shop, 250 N.'High SU
Jason Iee Club Meet ,
j The friendly Indians, Comrades
! and Pioneer clubs of Jason Lee
j church held their regular mcet
! lngs Wednesday evening. -
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; Furniture Upholstery-
i And .repairing., Clcse- Powere
FurnUure-Co ... f3tl
'Leaders' Class li '.' 5
j The final. meeUn g cf the lead
! era class, conducted at the Salem
i YMCAvhy Dr. R. M. Gatke of the
(Willamette university faculty, will
be next' Monday, eight."
Schedule f testablished--i
The public service commission
yesterday issued an order reestab
lishing, (he schedule of the SUvcr
ton Transit stages, which operate
between Silverton and Portland.
Halem Clinic . . . ' -till
Dr. C A. Downs, Dr.siL : K
A" r.Etockwell, Dr. D. R. Rosa; wish to
t w announce that . they - have moved
their offices - from the Masonic
Temple to suite 100 First Na
tional Bank bide.- . . ; - Is
Truancy Oast DismlasctI -
r The truaucy case against Marvel
Blanton. son of Raymond Blanton
of Brooks, was dismissed : yester
day, action having been completed
- put of court. The parents agreed
: to. keep their 14 year old boy In
school .without further interrup
tions. - s : . .
Concrete Products '
The Oregon Gravel Co. makes
11 different kinds of pipe, brick
and tile let one or more of them
work for you. ' f3
Brooks Principal Here
1L M. Clinesmith, principal of
the Brooks school, was a business
visitor in Salem yesterday.
Cash and Carry Cleaaera
352 Chemeketa, TeL95. 13
Three Marriage licenses
Marriage licenses were . Issued
by the county, clerk yesterday to
Nubarn M. Simpson and Ida Wed
dle of Jefferson: John E. Dowell
of Salem and Theresa Qnate of
Beverly; HIUs, CaL. and J. R. Mil
ler and Emma Thomas of Stayton.
Senator's Blotber Dies'
Senator; Marks of. Linn county
left for Albany-yesterday in re
sponse to a telegram announcing
the death of his mother. He will
not return to Salem until Friday.
Slightly Used Player Plan-
Like ; new. - Big ' discount for
quick sale. $10,00 per month.
See this one. Tallman Piano Store,
12th and Mill. f3
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Bill Returned to Committee
. Upon ; objection . of , Senators
Banks and Klepper the senate yes
terday recommitted to the judi
ciary committee a bill providing
that justices of the peace and dis
trict courts may suspend sentences
Imposed in certain cases.. -.
Dr. Mattbis Moves .
; Dr. J; C Matthls haa .moved his
office to rooms 815 and 816, First
National Bank Building. . . f28
Winds Clock; Skids Off Road ,
Miss, Rath Ross of Woodburn
and-George Rhoten of Salem were
in a minor automobile V accident
recentlyi .when their -car skidded
off the south Woodburn "pavement
and went into the ditch. Allowing
ear helped them get their,machine
out of the ditch and . they were
able - to complete , their , trip to
Woodburn. . . In explaining the
cause of the accident .Mr, Rhoten
said he was 'winding the clock in
the car when it happened.- . :
Visit from West Linn"
. Mr. - and Mrs.- Rein Jackson of
West Linn visited Salem Wednes
day night. Jackson is coach of the
West Linn high school athletic
teams. ! i
Judge Walker In City
-Circuit Judge and Mrs. Arlle O.
Walker of Dallas - were in Salem
Wednesday evening, attendingthe
Oregon Willamette basketball
game... .; . v.; : . ;. . -A; - r y--
Loan Offices Opened - M t
Charles, HUjdkins and Rex San-
ford have- opened an office . JA
room 6 ; Miller ba ildin g; handlin g
farm' and city loans. Their office
is in connection with- the Homer
IL Smith suite. .
Baby' Daughter Born -
On February 2, 1927, a baby
daughter was born .to Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Jaskoskt. She weighed
5 pounds at birth and has been
named Patricia Anne.
Former Representative Here
W, W. Lunger . of Lafayette,
former state : representative from
amhill county, was attending the
legislature's sessions yesterday.
Ed Slay ton, chairman of the
board of directors' of the Ochoco
Irrigation district and J. O. Powell
of Prineville' were in Salem yes
terday looking after some irriga
tion bills. .
Prineville Mayor Hi
Lake M. Bechtall, mayor of
Prineville, ; was a visitor , at the
Attorney; Visits Sale:
George C. Brewster an attorney
from Redmond was attending to
business affairs . In - Salem yester
day. - '
GOVERNOR SIGNS BUJLS
Governor Patterson signed the
following bills yesterday. - : r -
SB 23; by straysr Relating to
when judges of circuit courts shall
aot sit to hear o try cases.
SB 16, by - Hall Relating to
the compensation of - clerks in
school districts. ' c
SB 19. by Strayer Relating to
terms of court in the eighth judi
SB 28, by Marks Relating to
service of notices in? . legal ' pro-
ccedlngs. . ' ..
SB 55. by Reynolds Relating
to' compensation , of deputy com-
misisoners of the state board of
horticulture. ; :s s i
HB 6 3, . by Peterson Relatln g
a the time of meeting of the Lin
ccln county court. H j i:
w HB 55, v by FlsherChanglng
range in which : livestock are. al
lowed to. run at large in Douglas
ccunty. - f . " : ' ; - - -
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ao ROUND TRIP).
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On Special Day-Coach i
Train . - -
Leave Salem 10:18 A. M.
Arrive San Francisco
Saturday 11:30 A. M.
City Ticket Office
184 North Liberty Street
ENDS IN DRAW
OSWALD WEST EX -GOVERNOR
-- CALLED TO HEARDfQ
Members of Portland Housewife
Codncil Jlere to Fight '
, v" .Excessive Fees .r .-; ; i .
The public hearing on telephone
rates held before the senate com
mittee on- resolutions last? night
was a dead heat, neither slde
gaining any particular advantage,
although two defenders of the tel
ephone - company held . the , floor!
more than two hours. :
W. B. Richards of rtland re
presenting the housewives 'coun
cil charged that' politics and graft
entered Into various 'Commissions
of the - state, claiming that he
public service committee - was' a
close friend of the Pacific ; Tele-
p hone & Telegraph company, i
Richardson was corroberated by
three members of the Housewife
council s who expressed the ' belief
of their organisation In opposing
the present high rates in Portland,
Oswald West, democratic gov
ernor of Oregon from r 1911 . to
1915, was called to the stand by
Senator: Dunn and fasaed to ex
plain - statements which he ' had
made concerning the reports with
holding of .various information
from parties wishing ; to investi
gate , company proceedings. : Mr.
West, who was also at one time' a
member of the public service com
misison, told members of the com
mittee that rates should be assess
ed on the current value of the
plants by which they were levied.
He" refused to express his opinion
otv the matter of rates in Multno
mah county but refuted , the ar
gumenta of .Mr..: Richardson stat
ing that there was nothing that
the public sendee commission
could .not- get, ; and that all com
mission reports were open to the
; Reciting the griefs that the
telephone company has to bear,
the former1 governor told; of the
high tax rate of 36.12 per phone
per year with 142.000 phones 4n
the state against the average rate
of 44.97 In the company's domain.
"It's all the bunk," said West of
the -charges made : against the
company. '. : , - - :
N, J. Kelleher, an ardent sup
porter of municipal service utili
ties in the city of Portland, spoke
against the rates, saying that the
marked difference in prices more
than offset the higher tax In Ore
gon. He pleaded 'that the com
mittee give the people of Oregon
due consideration in their plea for
lower; rates"Here is a chance to
practice ' the true ' principals of
thrift," said Mr. Kelleher.
Judge C. H. Carey, who. for 36
years has been a counsel for .the
Pacific i Telephone & "Telegraph
company and its predecessors gave
a long review i of the company's
services to America, even pointing
out how the company with its par
ent, the American iT. & T; com
pany, has fostered long: distance
radio broadcasting.': : Judge Carey
toldthe committeeman that rates
had been . Increased only 33 : per
pe'ent In comparison to a 75 per cent
increase in the cost of living and
other commodities necessary to
the firm's welfare. : M .
Seeking to ; establish - the fact
that the company was not a mon
oplistic firm, the judge told ! of
the. 701 stockholders in Oregon,
none of whom hold as much , as
1 per cent of the capital stock In
the parent company. .He placed a
valuation of 3X0.000.000 on the
telephone property in Oregon. Like
Mr. West, Judge-Carey denied that
any fraud was being used ia handl
ing report made to the public
THREE NORMAL SCHOOLS
TO RECEIVE $500,000
, (CtoBliBited fnn pi( 1.)
done." said the senator, wonld
have been to establish "One school
In addition to the Monmouth in
stitution. The p r o g r a m was
forced upon us throughthe strong-
armed methods of ' the board of
regents and the ' cows are now
coming home to be milked. We
are under a - moral obligation to
give substantia aid to all three of
ROLLER SKATING. '
' Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
From 7:SO to 10:80 P. ML.
: DREAMLAND RINK
Ladles Admitted Free
- - Gentlemen 10c ,
TTe Are Now Msklng 10O9i
t ' Health, Bread h ; . I
BAKE RITE BAKERY
. V 843 State
- The noma of Good Pastry
GHOICE of Traub Genuine
Orange Blossom engage-,
itvent and wedding rings is a
tr;bm.e to the judgment and
good tcsra of tha wearer.
. TIART1L3JI tlUl
' Clears XW JwWri, cncf -
: tUf saa lisostj.
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We have 1029 type Hudson "
brougham with extra heavy ;
bumpers, special motometer,
heater, spot light and every '
desirable extra and has thei
appearance of a new car in
.. every way4 ; ,4-fi .
- Our price is li0OO i
w 11 a i.O
The House That Service Bad
these Institutions." -: -
It was made plain hy.Seaator
Strayer that he had nothing, to do
with the expansion of .the normal
school , program. r ? f 5 -H '
The children's farm home ; at
Corvallis was allowed an appro
priation of $50,000 over the pro-
" Davis ' ' " " -Mrs.
Emma Davis died at,-the
home of her daughter, 9 70- East
E streeton February 2,'. age 73.
She is survived by her daugnter,
Mrs. . Grant Bonell and . one son,
Ward W., of . Abilene, Kansas.
Funeral announcements later ' by
Webb funeral parlors. , .
Fanning , j ,
Mrs. Nettie Fanning, died at
1090 Leslie street, February 1 1 at
the age of 58 years." Funeral ser
vices at' Webb's funeral parlors
Friday afternoon at 2 6'clock. Rev,
Acheson and' Rev.'-' Mulligan in
charge. Interment - In-- City View
cemetery; !s"": 1- ' ,:
I . Wilson '- '-
Mrs. De Laura Wilson died r at
Portland Jan.; I, age s 9 years;
Funeral services at Webb's funeral
parlors Thursday at 1:30 p; ya:
Rev Whittaker will off Iciate4
. . Frost -Uj.', t
In this city, Februray 1, Mrs.
Hattie P. Frost, aged 65, wife of
S. B. Frost and sister of Frank
Pope of New York. Funeral ser
vices this afternoon at 1:30 at
Rigdon mortuary. Interment In
Macleay. .. -".
In this city Sunday,- Jan. 30,
Merle Stewart Lange, age .44
years;, father of Merle Bernlce
Lanae. son of Mr. and Mrs: A. F
Lange of route 9, Salem; brother
of Mrs.; Edith Allen of .Anchorage,
Alaska. Remains at the Rigdon
mortuary. Funeral services will lie
held this morning. Feb.. 3. at 9
o'clock, from St. Joseph's Catholic
church.;; .. ..x? z Jie-. 1 rv
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and thoughtful rules of -reverent
conduct are ,
the simplfe creed of our "
Webb's Funeral Parlors
Telephone 120 ,
1 Perfect Funeral Service.-
For Leas . '
Licensed Lady Mortician -' ;
T70 Chemeketa Street :
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RUBBER STAMPS r
We sell -repair, and: rent type-.
.; ..:.:' : writers.;-, i.-. .- ;
Manufacture all types.- rubber:
- stamps. ,. -
- ATLAS BOOK STORE
' 465 State St., f r
Never Cold in this House
Fully Plastered, 6 Rooms
r South Liberty Street
Corner Lot 3000.00 '
, TJLRIC1I & BOBERTS 1
. Charter Oak Grey , Enamel
Regularly ,; priced at " $135.00.
Offered at a very special - '
price of only .
, SQUARE DEAL
HARDWARE ? .
220 NORTH Commercial Street
Tick So Herb Co.
! Eflfd. 18 Tears In Salem f
' J. II. LEONG, Mr.
If other treatments have failed
try our Chinese remedies for
asthma, bronchitis, croup and
cough. We have given relief to
many suffering with -throat
trouble. Never neglect a cold.
We also treat all disorders of
men, women and children.
Cn or write 420-423 State Ct
. ; Lslezx, Oregon, Foaa ZT3
test of-Bepresentative Bronaugh.
This money will be used for the
erection of an administration
building and heating plant-
Representative , Bronauah de
clared; that he was onnosed to
spending : the r state's money on
private property.' Senator Strayer
commented that he ithoueht the
Jime .had arrived when the sUte
should adopt a 'policy and deter
tne establishment of more institu
tions. -! - f v:
In connection with the discus-?
felon of this Institution it was voted
to t report out a bill reducing the
age of keeping orphans and found
lings in state-aided institutions
from 17 to i years. Jt was in
dicated - that- other appropriations
allowed tonight Included: Ameri
canization department $8000. state
forestry department $100,000,
Oregon state fair $106,000, certi
ficate of title department $53,240,
Dairy, and food commission $58.
340, Oregon: historical society
$16,000. including $1200 deficit,
and ; state deaf school $136,189.
An appropriation of $7500 reques
ted by the : Louise Home in Port
land was 3 disallowed. The com
mittee also; disallowed a request
for . $50;000; with; which lo ; con-
struct . a Anew: dormitorr at ; the
state industrial school for girls.
1 Appropriations a g g r e g a t -Ing
$24 1.S50 -were allowed for Che
Oregon state hospllaL 1 These in
cluded $130,000 for a nurses
home.' $70,000 for an industrial
building ' and $ 4 1 .8 5 0 for other
capital ,- ontlays; For ; the state
tuberculosis -hospital the commit
tee appropriated $15,822 for fur
nishings and equipment. '
The committee increased , the
Appropriation tor the Interstate
fair at Prineville from $4000 to
$6000, and allowed $1000 for the
Douglas' County -Land Products
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anew at, osenurg. ?? . 'f .
Just prior to adlpurnment of
the; committeV Senator Staples said
some action, should- be : .taken to
suppress gambling at all county
fairs; -zv-;x-. --i- '
WARDE RETURNS FROM TRIP
SILVERTON. Or" Feb. 2.
, (SpecIaL) 1. D. Warden has just
returned from a trip through Cal
ifornia and Nevada. Mr. Warden
reports he has seen all sorts of
weather enroute. "' '
! RELIEF FOR TROUBLE
, j (Continued from- page 1 ) ;
tlver peech which covered fairly
well the attitude of a large per
eent of the representatives from
irrigation districts. ' '
'.; 'j'Several years ago," he relat
ed,' "I sold out my ranch and
moived to town. People thought I
had some money, and I was visited
day and night by bond salesmen.
Finally I bought some, and up to
thei present , time they are not
; ' "RUSS
I I 197 South Commercial Street Telephone 313
i , W I-owo to CSismjEe Xlre .. l
il. I h L!ER : K N O W S RUBBER
LADD & BUSH, Banker
: ' ExUbllshed 1863
Gcncral Br.nlnng Businrsa
Offioa nowrs frosa 3 a. as. tw S . sm:
., it .;, & ji
See Us For Prices
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FRESH AND CURED
INBESON..' BROSi.. MEAT
:i4VNcri!i Hfch Street .
worth a cent, .
' "I took my loss," said BUllngs
leyand think it is up to all bond
buyers to take that chance." . . -
Percy Pervls of Warm Springs
told . the committee that he had
spent about $30,000 In cash in his
district, and saw no hope of ever
getting it back, and he felt that
he would take his loss and not ask
the state to reimburse him, and
feltit would not be . Just for the
state to reimburse the bond hold
ers. ' -V I "': f; i,v X X, . .
The first bill provides : that it
shall be optional . with each dis
trict to adopt' the measures pro
vided therein. ' - An election shall
be held. 1 Refunding bonds would
be issued," only to the amount de
termined by the state reclamation
comm isslon af ter complete inves
tigation -as to valuation' and the
feasibility of the districts and only
If , the state reclamation commis
sion shall ; find- it necessary and
expedient that the ' district . issue
refunding bonds. Before further
action would be taken, the ques
tion' would "be - submitted to the
4 Bids for sale .of bonds would be
received by the board of directors,
at which time each subdivision
shall have its own fixed assess
ment, so that no one will be pay
ing for anyone else's, bonded in
debtedness X-- X:: - -""-;v':-;;-Y:'
v The second bill ; sets out the
members of the commission as be
ing the governor, state treasurer,'
attorney, general, state engineer,
and secretary of state. .
A. N. Wallace, member of , the
irrigation congress sub-committee,
objected to those members being
on ' the committee, not from any
reason other than that he did not
think they would be able to de
vote the necessary time, to It. and
that, he felt.lt should be men who
had actually lived and come in
contact with the problems of irri
gation -projects. The majority of
the farmers, however, . expressed
their, wish to have these - men on
the commission, and said that they
haw more confidence in them than
they might have in any appointive
body. ; v . s.
GOVERNOR PLANS BILL
Income Tax Measure May Appear
in Legislature Today
Governor Patterson is reported
to be working on an income tax
measure which will be introduced
today or Friday as a committee
bill. by the taxation and revenue
committee.' It is rumored that the
governor has. brought all the' op
posing factions on. the income tax
question to, an agreeable under
standing, and a measure has been
drawn up that will be favorable
to all concerned.
' The provisions of the bill are
not ' known but probably -will be
along the lines . suggested in his
We Vulcanize Leaks
Also we vulcanize new rubber ,
heels and soles on galoshes and
Overshoe and Galosh Vulcaniz
ing is Very Inexpensive
Coffey's noti Barries :
.TaL 70S, over tits spa." -
o- -. soiassass
B. M.rtli, OvtMMtxlt:
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Silverton Banking House
:fxS- Elects Officers tor 1 927
SILVERTON.! Ore., . Feb.'. - 2
(Special) At the annual election
of officers at the Coolldgeand Mo
f f3 T
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Lonjr and Short Distance Hauling:
PuoKc end Private Storage
' 4 " Fprobf BuHdins r : ,
'. GRAIN, FEED AND SEED
Free Delivery to any part of the city
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
1 - , PAUL TIUGLIO, Prop.
Day Telephone 23 ' NIslit Telepbcne
for Economical Transportation
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Flat Rate Service -the kind cf service yoa have bscn
; waiting for, is now at your calL . We have adopted this r.5w
.method of handling charges for Chevrolet repair work be
cause it enables cs to give every Chevrolet owner an intelli
gent estifnate of th cost cf repairs before the work i3 Etrted.
Our repair shep is guided by a schedule of repair operations,
each covering a specific repair job with tha exact avers -a
time- indicated plainly. The standard price list of Chevrc! it
Parts gives the exact cost of replacement parts r.sedii.
These are the facts that take the uncertainty out of
' service wcrlv ,
'' The Chevrolet Flat Rats System makes for better work ci
tower prices, becausa repair men spend their tima doir
f only what you have ordered. Thafs what we charge f".
. and you know in advance what it will cost J ,
. Our shop is equipped with specUl Chevrolet tools. IJo re
- pair fob i too larje or too small to be handled efficiently and
at minimum cost ta ycu. r - ,'.
Remember: Good end rrlar ssrvics cc;i? jou nothins in
- the end because it prevents expeiira- trcikdowns and
lengthens the life cf your car. i ,. ..
v . vNEVTOi: CHEVROLET CO. "
OrosUc City na!I " . w T. ! - : z I
Ga. x. Tsars, VL raysleUa a tnrr"
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Dr. H. B. SMfisia.
CMrc praetor, Ksarscalsartw Emc.
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t . ; eBeral DMtistrr
C SC. Griffin, 9. P. 8 Ortio5ont:
XsL isi. . fioits iooa-io:s
Clalne bank., Mrs.5 "Minnie" Keen a
was' elected . .president; A. Cool
Idge of Colfax Wash., vice presi
dent; M. -G Gnnderson, cashier;
Chkrles Reynolds and " James
Cainpbell, assistant cashiers; Mrs.
Keene, Mr. Coolidge. Mr. Gunder
son, ' Mrs.;- Francis Reynolds and
Miss Eleanor McClaine, board of
A blow at tne American film In
dustry is seen in the formation of
an ! Australian , company with 3 0,
000 pounds sterling capital to dis
tribute British made pictures ia
New Zealand. -
J. K. CLOYD
Ladles and Children's
Phone 1985 for Appointments
THE BEAUTY BOX
Formerly the Bungalow Beauty" Shop.
':vx MRS.! HATTIE BUSICK .
New Bligh BnUdlns, S20 8tat Street
Use theGunnell and Robb Entrance
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