The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 09, 1927, Page 5, Image 5

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a 50. OFF
The season's finest smart Sailors
of fine and rough weave; Panamas
- all ; quality hats offered this
week at JJ off! Toss away your " ' JlX
old one or get a new Panama for t I
next year and the. years to come.
GW JOHNSON k CO.
469 State Street
LOCAL
Plaintiff Wins Action
plaintiff was siren Judgment in
circuit court, yesterday in the suit
of .Essie Sweaney against Everett
Armstrong and others to quiet title
to pertain ' properties.
Chautauqua Start s--Wednesday,
July 20.
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Action Dropped
Judge Percy R. Kelly, sitting In
circuit, .court .yesterday, granted
motion of the plaintiff tor ' non-
l'i o.iU . In tha oa nf the State In-
rf8str41l.Accldent commission vs.
,w. js. storm., . .. . .
Jfew Pelts, Over.lOO to Select
"From, in our new ,hat shop.
Howard Corset JShop, 165 N: Lib
erty. -..-, - J9
Jolt Quiets Title -
Case of FrancfsvE,BrenneB vs.
Unknown,, heirs .,of- Joseph- Hebert
and Esther.' Hebert deceased, a
suit to quiet title, was decided for
the plaintiff in a, decree ' handed
down by Judge Cv H.McMahan in
circuit court.
panre at Schlatter's, Tonight
$tage leaves Terminal-at 8:30.
-Writ Filed
ynfW..L, Harris filed a writ of al
3tenment in circuit court yester
day against W. J. :.Trudgeon and
Carrie A. Trudgeon to satisfy a
claim of $309.11.
Jx&t or Stolen
Light grey Persian cat. Reward.
Pi.S. Lamport. Tel. 2023. J5tf
Fined on Two Charges
O. Lolsell of Eugene, who was
arrested recently on a charge of
being drunk and possessing intox
icating liquor, pleaded guilty to
both charges Thursday, in Justice
court, and paid a $50 fine on each
chftrge. - . 4 .. .
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Dance Tonight
ppen air pavilion, Stay ton. J9
oes DHverXlicenae
.Pay ton McDanlels of. Eugene,
who pleaded not guilty to a charge
ofrdrlving a car while intoxicated
recently, changed bis plea to
guilty, in Justice court Thursday,
arid received a sentence of 60 days
ln;the county Jail, a fine of $100
atom of his "driver'' li
cense. McDanlels wa arrestedby
Officers Retanart ana iwn5 u
f Willi ' '
TTanif Can Goinir Fast at
r
ttzrerald-Sherwtn. 35
IVmnrrcr in License Suit
Additional steps were taken in
the case of Mutual Benefit Health
and Accident association oi uma
ha. Neb., vs. Clare A. Lee, insur
ance commissioner of the state of
rtonn whsn : defendant filed a
demurrer in circuit court yester
day for non-suit. Plaintiffs ac
tion was brought when the insur
arice commissioner refused to r&
new the license of the insurance
association to transact business in
toy state. '
YOUR
UNCLE
SAM
.v7 SAYS:
The man who
buys property in
or near Salem
now, five years
hence will look
back and compliment himself
Upon his good Judgment.
Five acres well improved, one
ft
mile from city limits. $4200.
y Five acres, almost adjoining
city limits. $1500.
?' Thirty-one-acres, six. miles
out on paved highway, $6000.
Fine home, four blocks from
jjjrusiness center; $5200..'
fyoney to loan. Houses to rent
U. S. REAUTY COMPAriY
442 State BU - Tel. SA&O
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NEWS IN BRIEF
Serves One Day on Fine
Russell Beckett of Salem, who
pleaded guilty to a charge of in
toxication Thursday in police
court and received a fine of $10,
served one day in the city jail and
yesterday was released after pay
ing $8 fine.
Dance at Schindler's Tonight
Stage leaves Terminal at 8:30.
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Has Wrong IJcense PIates-ri
Arthur Booher, of Portland.
pleaded guilty in justice court
yesterday to a charge of driving
his car without proper license
platea, on the highway between
Salem and Aurora July 7. He
paid a fine of SI 5.
For Sale-
Purebred Persian kittens. Eli
gible to registration in A. C. A.
Tel. 1666. " jl0
Park Cars lit Alleys
A campaign against drivers who
park their cars in alleys yesterday
brought three Salem people into
police court to pay fines of $1
each. They were Charles Edeson,
Lloyd Larsen and A. E. Bacon.
Dance Every Saturday Night-
Hazel Green. Ken Boyle s Dance
Band. J9
Cupid Has Busy Day-
Cupid had a busy day yesterday
in the office of the county clerk,
when five couples secured licenses
to wed. Licenses Were issued
Gle'nn A, Parish and ?elda Max
Ine De Sart, both of i Silverton;
Chester Francis, Salem! and Allie
Parcelee Campbell, Marcoia;
Buron Charles Clifton 'and Vena
Pearl Jarrett, both of 240 N. 23rd
street, Salem; William D.I Kilpat-
rick, Los Angeles and Barbara
Grace Minor, Woodburn. and Al
bert L. Moores, Silverton, and
Fern C. Harper, Salem.
Hotel Marion-
Dollar dinners served 5:45 to 8
svery evening. i
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Service Time Changed
The Sunday evening service at
the First Methodists Episcopal
church will be at 7:30 instead of
8 o'clock. This is to be a service
in charge of the young people of
the Epworth League, with special
music and a facial speaker.
' .i-
Th Howard Corset Shop-
Announces the arrival of oyer
100 new felt nais, marKing ine
event of their new hat shop. Spe
cial prices during our July Clear
ance Sale..
Drives Over Fire Hose
M. D. Kenney, 1210 N. lZth
street, drove his car over an un
protected fire hose Thursday,
while firemen were rignung me
Capital Bedding company fire at
North Capitol and iwaraei sireeis,
and was fined $5 yesterday.
Dance Tonight
Open air pavilion, Stayton.
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Park Cars Too Long
H. Torango, Portland., paid f l
vosterdav In city recorder's court
fnr overtime oarkinc. A. L. Kel
ler. 545 E street, left his car tm
h atreet over ntsht. and was
finad II. D. L Schiag, Jiuau
Maple street was fined $2 -for
overtime parking. - - ,
r.ft fiMMn Tickets
- At stores ; and Willamette uni
versity. J"
Vllt Hero i '
'. Misses Cora and Julia Krans of
Rlahnn Hill. 111., and Mf8. C.-.tt.
u-aiiAv and two bobs. Robert and
Jack, of McCook Nebr.. arrived
here Friday for a visit wun xwr.
nd Mrs. A. L. Llndbeck end
family of east -of Salem.
t?nUr,im ITnhotsterv ;
and renalrlna- Qiese-Powers
.-. tttt
One Injured In Crash , j
Margaret i Binshadler, 277 Lib
erty street, received minor; cots
and brulsea Thursday afternoon
when a Larmer truck, driven- by
Fletcher McGee struck a. Ford se
dan ' driven by Vamlta Arehart,
517 North Capitol street, at the
corner of Trade nd High. McQea
i -vw
cut the corner in making the turn
at the intersection, Miss Arehart
reported.
Answers Complaint
Mrs. Hattle' Carson filed answer
in circuit court yesterday In the
action brought against her by
I. Magnin & Co.
$3000 to let on City Property
Socolofsky & Son,' 305 First
National Bank. J9
Additional Time AKed
L. H. Grassman was granted
additional time, until September
1, 1927, to file report of appraisal
of the estate of Fannie Dunlap,
deceased, in probate court yester
day. Additional time was request
ed pending settlement of the es
tate of Frank Dunlap, deceased.
Special Showing of Xew Felts
During our July Clearance Sale.
Howard Corset Shop, 165 N. Lib
erty sreet. j9
Freight Truck Hits Car
F. Berger of Portland, driver
of a freight truck, reported to po
lice that his truck , struck and
broke the bumper on a car belong
ing to F. A. Elliott, while driving
up to a gas pump in front of the
Marion garage on Thursday even
ing. 8 Oregon Pulp & Paper Co.
Preferred. Limited amount for
sale. Hawkins & Roberts. Phone
1427. JyOtf
Four Shaken V
The four passengers in a car
driven by Manley Strayer, 335
North Summer street, were badly
shaken up when it was struck by
a car driven by F. C. Lutz. 1809
Market street at the corner of
12th and Court, at 5:4 5 Thursday
evening. Lutz failed to signal be
fore turning, Manley stated, and
cut the corner going too fast. The
Strayer car was badly smasbei
1
Strikes Motorcycle
Florian Hrubetz, Rt. 3, droVe
his car into a motorcycle ridden
by Richard Strausbaugh, 1470 Ne
braska avenue, Thursday evening,
at State and Cottage streets. Both
parties failed to see each other
until too late,-.they, stated.
Dodge Sedan
Fine condition, gooL.upholstery;
This car has had bef. of fcre
used only as ttarn car '27 licenser.
Used Cars Going Fast at
Fitzgerald-Sherwin, 364 N. Hi
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Fine Strawberries
A. R. Potter, Rt. 9. Salem, has
four acres of Etterburg strawber
ries, big and firm. Come pick
them while they last, at 3c a
pound. Direction, four and a half
miles north to Cbemawa, turn to
rieht and eo east one and a hal
miles, then north one mile
Go in to Elk Lake Camp k
Loyal Warner. J. B. Crhry and
J. W. Moore will leave this after
noon for a trip to Elk Lake, where
ther will inspect the site of the
YMCA boys summer camp there
They will return Sunday after
noon.
Suitcase Reported: Stolen
A,V. Caldwell, proprietor oi
the -Valley Grille, reported ' last
nicht that a tan suitcase had been
stolen from his place of business
sometime during the evening.
Will Build Two Houses
C. A. Elliptt was issued a per
mit yesterday to build two houses,
Our customers tjeroantj
the best, that is why .we I
carry the, best grade of
: Government Inspected t
, Meat -( .
, and why our business in
creases so rapidly, : "
corbet;s
.- Meat Market
; New Phone 27
1316 State -
RETILU
II
SAYS
We have a 1023 Advance
Nash Coach, lota of extras,
finish like new and a fine
running car for $830.00.
HEED
i arw J!m irm 'V
ht lIHIKCOJSih l
"The Budm That Service Built
both to cost approximately $2200.
Theyai to be constructed at 455
and 4 65 Columbia street, by E. L.
Coffey.
BOPESUl HT
LOOP CATCHES, BOY'S SHOUL
DER DISLOCATED
Howard Cramer, 18. who lives
at 4 25 N. Church street, is willing
to confine his roping activities to
such tame things as range steers
and wild animals, after his first
experience in roping an automo
bile. Cramer was practicing a roping
stunt in the street, on Center be
tween Church and High, when
Louis Tanzer. 435 N. 17th street,
drove past, and according to a wit
ness, attempted to play bull for
the roper; and drove his oar close
to him.
The loop of the rope caught on
the front wheel of the playful
"bull" but the young cowboy was
the one thrown, being dragged
about ten feet before the car was
stopped. Tanzer reports that no
damage was done to the car, and
he didn't know if the boy was
hurt.
Young Cramer is suffering from
a dislocated shoulder and a num
ber of bruises sustained in his
first successful roping.
Albright Admits Liquor
Possession, Fined $200
Charged with the unlawful pos
session of intoxicating liquor. L.
E. Albright, 175 S. 13th street,
until recently proprietor of the
Mellow Moon dance hall, was ar
rested Thursday by State Prohi
bition Officer Hickman and Police
man James.
When brought before Justice
Brazier Small yesterday, Albright
pleaded guilty to the charge, and
paid a fine of $200.
Officer Hickman also placed a
similar charge against Ted Jones,
of Jefferson, who was turned over
to State Prohibition Commissioner
Levens by the local police for a
hearing in' justice court.
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Charge of Usury Placed
Against Cecil De Mille
LOS ANGELES, July 8. (AP)
The $100,000,000 Julian stock
scandal penetrated more deeply
into the ranks of prominent men
today when Cecil B. DeMille, mil
lionaire film producer and bank
director, was charged with usury-
The compfaint was issued by
LDr: E. J. Lickley, city prosecutor,
who is conducting a second in
vestigation into alleged usurious
participation by scores of men in
refinancing Julian pool foans.
A second complaint was issued
against C. '.Banks, an attorney,
also charging; usury .
The; -complaint against the
movie producer-charges that De
Mille loaned the corporation $62,
000 for 45 days, collecting interest
of more than 20 per cent, or about
$12,000. The complaint was signed
by J. M. Jefferson, usury!
expert
or Dr.
and special investigator
Lickley.
It lis hardly necessary to ex-
ain that the theory that one-half
the world doesn't know how the
other half lives was conceived be
fojk the bridge clubs took the
subject under discussion and
stripped it of all Us mystery.
Trenton State Gazette.
Radium Ore
"Revfator"
Purifies water,
cleanses the
blood and gives
health.
J. L. ELLIS
Distributor
2295 S. Church
Tel. 13 65-J
40 ACRE FARM
FOR SALE
Will sell or trade for in
come property In Salem.
1-4 mile from pavement,
near good town.
; Also, 7 lots in Salem
. TERMS
See A. B. Kelsay at
Cojbbs-Mitchell Company
or Telephone 813
' a . Salem, Or.
STREET CflH CASE
HEARING JULY 18
Public Service Commission
Announces Dates for Other
Contests
The application of the Southern
Pacific company for permission to
discontinue street car service in
Eugene is to be argued before the
public service commission at a
hearing set for July 18 at Eugene.
Other hearings have been sched
uled by the commission as fol
lows: Salem. July 14, protest of How
ard Transit Co. against Klamath
Stages.
Brownsville, July 15, applica
tion for grade crossing across
Lehanon-Sprtngfleld branch of the
Southern Pacific near Rrownsville.
Portland. July 20, protest of
Columbia Gorge Motor Coach sys
tem against issuance of permit to
O. W. R. & N Co., for stages from
Portland to Pendleton.
Vernonia. July 21. through
stage service from Vernonia to
Portland.
Sheridan. July 2?. investigation
and suspension of tariff of Sheri
dan & Willamina Telephone Co.
Hillsboro. July 26. petition for
modern depot at Hillsboro.
Medford. ' July 29. relative to
water rates of public water com
pany. "KITE DiY" TODAY
The week's activities at the chil
dren's playgrounds, which have
been featured by attendance con
siderably in, excess of that record
ed in previous years, will be cli
maxed today with the "kite day''
program.
Louis Anderson, director A of
boy's activities at the larger play
ground, announces that boys who
expect to take part must make
their own kites and have them at
the grounds ready to fly at 3
o'clock this afternoon. Three
prizes have been offered for the
three best kites.
In the races Friday afternoon,
the winners were as follows:
Smaller boys Owen Aiche,
first; Lawrence Morley, second;
Spencer Grives, third.
Medium boys R. Wiptermute.
first; Reginald Saunders, second;
Jack Farrar, third.
Larger boys Max Serdotz,
first; Glenn Farris, second; Bill
Mart, third. "
Some of the boats in the boat
construction contest are already
appearing at the playground. The
judging will be concluded in two
weeks.
Fifteen specimens for the' "zoo"
have been received, including a
snake, an eel and several cray fish.
H The playground is now under
Hay hut there is dire need for
some equipment, particularly for
a slide, Anderson reports. The
funds subscribed by local civic
Clubs met budget for running ex
penses, but left nothing td pur
chase equipment, and this leaves a
good opportunity for someone to
fexercise a philanthropic spirit, the
playground director stated.
Another need, one in which
labor rather than, capital is the
principle factor, is for a permanent
dam, the director mentioned. It
ftas been found necessary to build
SICK WATCHES!
We don't care how sick your
watches are, we have pills for
all their ailments.
DR. PRESCOTT, Jeweler
201 North Commercial
Bedding and Window Box
Plants
Are now ready, also fine line
of shrubs and perennials
C. F. BRETTHAUPT
Telephone 380 " 512 State St.
TELEPHONE 4-2-6
JOE
the battery man '
service calls free
B40 Chemeketa Street
MEN'S AND LADIES SUITS
CLEANED AND PRESSED
. $1.00 . (.
JLadlea' Silk Dreasea, 1.25
Coats Helloed, $3.00
Sf en's Holts Preaaed. SO . eenta
VARLEY CLEANERS
r ." Over Buslck's
-1027 FREE WALLPAPER.
SAMPLE BOOKS .
' Call, phone or write v
- MAX O. BUCLEN
l?t N.-Commerclal Salem
PnlD EVEN
a temporary dam across .the creek
each summer. ' ' " '
. jSo far, twelve boys have learned
to swim. Work Is , also being
started on the nentathlon tests,
for sncceas In which bronze badges
for the first test ana gold badges
for the second, are awarded by the
playground association of 'Ameri
ca. .
The girls at both playgrounds
are also keeping busy, basketry
being one of the principal interests.
The girls directors are Mrs. And
erson and Miss Florence Lake,
the- latter . being at the Lincoln
playground.
Service Organizations Will Hold
Joint Outing
Plana for a joint picnic of the
three business men's service clubs
are being made. It was announced
Friday noon at the Lions club
luncheon. A committee from that
club will meet with committees
from the Rotary and'Kiwanis
clubs to perfect details.
The Lions will send a delega
tion of 20 or more members, many
of them accompanied by their
wives, to the charter night meet
ing at Bend, i was indicated at
this meeting. The local club was
instrumental in launching the new
club at Bend several months ago,
The charter is to be presented
Saturday evening, July 16.
The address at Friday's lunch
eon was given by Otto . Paulus,
whose subject was "dreams." He
recalled to his hearers' attention
some of the outstanding accom
plishments for the advancement ot
society and civilization, brought
about through the "dreaming" of
men who re now recognized as
the greatest in their line; and ap
plied the lesson 'to everyday life
by urging his hearers to make
their own dreams of a better and
greater Salem come true.
FOR INFORMATION
ABOUT! LOCAL OR EASTERN
RAILROAD TRIPS
I PHONE 727
Oregon Electric Ry. S
Willamette Valley Line
Casey's Guaranteed
RHEUMATISM REMEDY
Money refunded if it does not
cure your case
NELSON & nUNT, Druggist
Cor. Court and Liberty Tel. 7
PLUMBING
Quick Reliable Service
H. EGNER, 1615 Center Street
Phones 352 and 1310-W
Fine Fixtures
Standard Equipment
HEMSTITCHING
6, 8 and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA H. KRUEGER
Over Miller's Telephone 117
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Silverware, Glassware, China
ware, Stamped Goods, Mlscel-r
ianeous Articles.,
Variety abd Gift Shop
Mrs. Helen Prescott
291 N. Commercial, Salem, Ore.
C. A.LUTHY
'Jeweler
In New Location
325 STATE STREET
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
- Repaired
OWNER GOING AWAY
Must sell choice close In Ten
Acres River Bottom Land
Want an Offer
F. L. WOOD
341 State Street
ELECTRIC MOTORS .,
Rewound and Repaired, New or
Used Motors ' jsx
VIBBERT & TODD
Things Electrical
191 South High Tel. 2112
YICK SO HERB CO.
Our 4 life'a - work has
been spent in studying
the healing properties
of Chinese herbs and
now daily we - relieve
those suffering - from
stomach, liver and kid
ney trouble, rheuma
tism and - call atones,
also disorders of men.
and children. -
- r
women
Free Consultation Call or Write
Opem 9 A. BI. to B P. It, y
; 420 State St Salem, Oreson .
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PLAN
PICNIC
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Germans Linklngj Names - I
l Wright and Chambertin
BERLIN (AP) Germany's
after-dinner speakers have found
a pair of, history characters suit
able for . evocation at -Cermaa-A
m er lean banq nets. . : .
They are Orville Wright "and
Clarence Chaniberlin. Wright
demonstrated his "flying machine
on Tempethof field in 1909, and
Chamberlain landed there June 7,
1927, after his flight across the
Atlantic ' , - v
OBITUARY
' . , Cleveland 4 i ;
Miss Vina Cleveland, aged 20,
died at Chemawa, July 8. Body at
RIgdon'a. , Funeral services Sat
urday. 4 o'clock. Interment at
Cbemawa.
Harding
At the residence, 835 Union
street, early Friday, July 9, Edna
Savage 'Harding, wife of Merlin
Harding,' mother of Wallace Hard
ing, sister of Mrs.. William McGll
christ, Jr., and Lewis A. Savage
of Salem, Charles H. and William
W. Savage and Mrs. Bertha,, E,
Reynolds of Portland, Oliver F.
Savage of Burns, Ore., and Roy M.
Savage of Stockton, Cal.; daughter
of the late W. N. Savage of this
city. Funeral services Saturday,
July 9, at 2 p. m. from the Rig
don mortuary. Interment in the
City View cemetery.
Quimby
Hester Ann Quimby died July
8, 1927, at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. W. M. Coburn, at
the age of 84 years. Deceased
was born Dec. 17, 1842, at Aroos
took, Maine. She is survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Susie Coburn,
Salem, and Mrs." Abbie.'McClure,
"Vakima; three sons,. Charles J.
and Steve R. of Colunibla Falls,
Cont., and John . W.', Stockton,
Cal. ; eleven grandchildren and
1 29 great grandchildren. She wa.'
TERWILLIGERS
Perfect Funeral Service
For Less
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
Telephone 724
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
Established 1868 , - . v
n General Banking Business vf
? Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
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TRANSFER
Long and Short Distance llauling
Public and Private Storage
Fireproof Building
GRAIN, FEED AND SEED
' Free Delivery to any part of the city
Quotations on ? Application ; - ;
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Farmers
IAUL TRAGLIO, 'Prop;""
Day Telephone 28
i
Are You Going . Away?
If You Are Let
The Statesman
Follow Yqu
Whenyou. leave the city for a vacation or on ;
a business trip, why jaot have The, Statesman sent "
to'you while away? . ! ' '
The Statesman will be like a letter from home;
it will kep yoa posted about affairs in Salem and
the Willamette Valley generally. '7 , t 1
-The subscription rate is GOc a month and you
may pay in advance or on your return. ' g
Telephone 5 83 or mail a post card and
, ?y transfer' will be' made promptly
. - Address ,.""
The, Oreg6n:Statedman
O . ; ; . . . 215 South Conun,ercial Street, ,,..,.,,'
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... . Salem,
tbe"wldowvof the late W, R. Quln-
Remains; at. Rigdon's mortii-
ary
Y -J
v.; ;:'Akto.
In this city, Thursday. July 7,
Afro. Vonaj Aklns, age C9yftar3;
wife nf S..L. Akins. Mother of
Earl ytkini of ICavend Uh, Idaho.
Mrs. W.- J. Irvln of Baker City.
Mrs. Erjnes Brandt of Condon and
rjoy Aklna ot ilArlon.. ,. Sister of
Mrs. j A: McCarthy'ol La Grande.
Oros Truesdail of La Grande and
Joseph KTruesdall of . Baker City.
Funeral services ' Saturday. July
9th", at ' 3:S0 from the,' Rlgdon'
mortuary, "interment I. O, O. F.
cemetery.
TO RE SURE OF . - -
Clean Teeth
HweetRreath '
llealthy'Gunis '
" i ' use v ' v" '
Milk of Magnesia
Tooth Paste
Contains., all the flavor- ,
'4ng and ' antiseptic oils'
and polfshing ' ingredl-'
ents foi; a wellr balanced .
tooth paste: .
True Milk oi Magnesia '
is the correctj -prepara- .
tion. - .
39c
Family" Sie Tn!e 1
PERRY'S
Drug Store .
115 S. Commercial
J-
and STORAGE
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Night Telephone 1267-W
Orescn I , 1 . -
Warehouse