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THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 14, ly27
fili jpie corny
ATUl Rogers Fork, Over $S(fO to
'. - ... weiiever... .
'1 i . . .1 . J . , . tu ' ! - .
BEVERLY HILLS. Cal., July
18 ( AP)Od '.of -WUr 'Rogers'
syndicated Jokes- tost - him : 1.500
today. ;: Widely fcrlnteoTif Jbit of
Itis humor;- It was "taken seriously
In, nifcjowii jnlddlo west and today
Oklahoma acceptors ot the chal
lenge appeared4 to' collect on It! .
V- Thelntltem waarttmorr
' ous offer of $500 to the'wlnner of
a' non-stop flivver .-'tour "between
Beverly Hills and Oklahoma, good,
for a finish Jat either ernd.v V i
In the wee ihoura of the morn
ing today. Mr.; and Mrs." JCoilins
ot Tulsa, tJkla.,-awoke" the Rogers
. " family:? r,om jthehr .sound slumbers
-to clainl the priaeJ They 'arrived
l ; at m.; haVing left' Oklahoma
... A half hour later Robert Kloehr
- and Ross Hatch Ins ot Claremore,
. pktiB;.eow1y.7amoistl. .wii
thoci fVwn rattle into the ari9-
toeratic -movie' subttr&-Ch&nging
: three tires' had cost, them first
. - money. - ' "
A third Oklahoma hopeful ar
rivedhat, noon. ' ' "
Mrs. Rogers alone robbed open
her eyes' at 4 a.' to.' io receive but
It was reported not tob'enthusias
, tically f welconie ; her : husband's
. guests.1' '.. " ; 4""t'v'
Rogers learning last night that
the joke was having an unexpect
ed comeback, ducked out, remov
ing himself to bis ranch in the far
. reaches . of. the Santa Monica
mountains. He had turned , over
to Chief tofptMlciBlair his up-
. wanted, offices .of -reception com
' mittee'and award of the prize.
" Today 'Chief Blair was busy ar
rznginp, f 01, hotel accommodations
' and entertaining :' the " flivveriflg
-OklaJdiMns.;: ; J-l ' ' ;- i
Notice of Assessment a for the1
Cost of Improving Lee Street
Prom Tenner Road to the JSast
Curb Line of. 22nd Street r
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon,2 will, at or about
7:30 p. mi. 'on the 18th day of
July, 197, or at any subsequent
: meeting of the said, Council there
after, in the Council Chamber9 of
the city hall ; In ; Salem, Oregon,
: proceed to assess upon and against
each, lot or part thereof or parcej
r of land; liable therefor; its propor
tionate share of the cost'of lm
' proving Lee Street,', from Turner
Road to the east curb line of 2Snd
Street, - In the .City of Salem,
. Oregon. vi -....";",..', ' -5
'.' All ' persons interested in the
said, assessments are- hereby noti
" fled,-, to - 'appear before"' .the said
Council at said time and place and
present . their objections, , if any
they have, to said assessment, and
apply to said Council to equaliie
their' proportionate share of- same.
. By order of the Common Conn''
ell,. July kl . l
M. srOULSEN, City Recorder.
'.' Date of first publication hereof
is July 12. 1927.
- Date of final publication hereof
is juix u,im.nii'M
Notice of Assessment for the
Cost of Improving Lee Street
From the West Line of 25th
Street to the East Line of 24 tb
' Street. ,i V fi '-l '.?' .L
Notice Is hereby given that.tlie
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, will, at or about
7:30 p. m., en the 18th day -of
Jnlv. 1927. or at anr subseauent
meeting of the said Council there -
after, in the Council Chamber or
the city hall in Salem, 'Oregon;
proceed to assess upon and against
each lot or part thereof or parcel
of land liable therefor, Jfs-ropor-tlpnate
share of the cost of im
proving Lee .Street.4QJi the west
line of 25th Street tcrtb east line
of 24th ? gtret' lirthe City or
Salem, Oregon. f.
All ' prsoii Intefeited In the
said asBeasmeats are hereby notl-
f ied ' to .-appaf- before the said
. CouncilAt 'said time and place and
present ' the'lr., objections, if any
they have; to said assessment, and
apply to said Council to equalize
their proportionate share of same.
By order of the Common Coun
cil, July , 1927.
'M.' POULSEN, City Recorder.
, Date of first publication hereof
Is July 12; 1927."-
' Date or final publication hereof
is JHly.14, 192V J12-13-14
Notice - of 3 Assessment , for . the
''Cost 'of , Improving . Division
Street' From the East Line of
Liberty Street to the West Line
t of High Street.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common .' Council "of the City of
SaJem,'?Oregoa;will, at or about
7:30 p.lm.; oa the 18th day of
July, 1927. or, at any subsequent
meeting of the said Council there
after, in the Council Chamber of
.-the city hall Inf. Salem,? Oregon.
. proceed' io assess upo gnd against
each lot or part thereof or parcel
"of land liablejtherefor.4tspTopor
ttonate share- of the -cost tof 1m-
nroving . Division treet; from the
east line of Liberty Street to- the
west line of High; Street. la the
City of Salemt Oregon.; "tC
All persons -interested .-la the
said assessments areiherebx .noti
fied to appear before the said
Council at saif time and place and
nresent their objections, If any
they haTe, to said, assessment, and
apply, to said Council ta'equalize
their proportionate snare or sam?.
By order of the Common Coun
cil, July p, IS 27. . .
r.r - POULSN. City Recorder,
Date of first publication hereof
i.'Tniv is. 1927. -7 "
Date of final publication hereof
3 July lt-US7.-- ; J12-13-XI
, . I 1 11 1 i
.Photo taken; at Ver-Sur-Mer France. 'of Commander Byrd.and
his three companions, disheveled and "unshaven, 'the morning after
they had landed in the water in the America, aftjer having been forced
down by, lack ojr gas.- Left to right: Lieu tV George Noville ' Com
mander Richard. E.v Byrd, Bert Aeosta and Lieut. Bernt Balchen.
WKE LIVE BALL
NEWyRK. ; July i3.4-( AP)
Th iily f : baHr; fou'd favor
among.' national league club .own
ersXiu'-f mid-summer session here
today; '.-"It's the best ball we ever
had!, said President John -A. Uev-
dier;i fr theokners likle ii It
maKes more, outnem worit ana
puts more action into-the game."
.-William L Veeck,- president of
the Chicago . club, i expressed a be
lief.' that the prevalence of extra
base , hitting has resulted more
from weak pitching than from- too
mu'eh. Vbop" in the ball.; He cited
tU,e " recent ' Cubs-Pirates series, in
which pitching confined the scor
ing" to eight runs' for the twp
teams In ' three gjamef
As a move to simplify schedule
making, " the magnates went on
record as favoring the transfer of
that .function to , the advisory
council which lsc'oni posed t of the
presidents of both - leagues and
Commissioner' Kenesaw M. Landls
Greater speed and efficiency is an
ticipated than is now possible with
the work in the hands of two com
mittees, one from each league. ' A
mall vote will be taken on the
change,!" inasmuch as Pittsburgh
and Cincinnati clubs were not rep
resented today j ,
New Evidenpe Uncovered
; ih Indiana Politics -Case
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., July 13.
(AP) A mass of evidence in
tended to show that Governor Ed
Jackson received- financial support
fronVpt ' .C'Stephgtiso'rtogthe
campaign of ,1924. ahtl a purport
ed contract that the. former Klan
leader his .asserted will, prove po
iitical jn.iscftnductf in Ind Ian a were
madepubllc" here .today.
'."'Stephenson, instructed Attorney
Lloyd"o-HMr'to release the ma
terial., which contained 31 checks
aid" -ene alleged agreement be
tween Stephenson and; Congress-
,njan Harry E. Rowbottom, E,vaa-
vine, that (he latter consult . with
Stephenson regarding; appoint
ments 1b the first Indiana district.
Row bottom ha declared the paper
a forgery. Hill aaiA he evidence j
was of little eOieeueriee compaff
ed with whatatill,ir4taipd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS'
; No. 6763 'r
In the Superior -Court of the State
of Oregon, for' the County of
' Marion, XKU' '
In the matter of , the Estate f
Camden L. Mitchell, deceased.
Notice is hereby given "that the
undersigned has been ' an pointed
and has qualified as administratrix
of . the estate of -Camden . L. Mit
chell.' deceased;: that all persons
having claims against said de
ceased are hereby required to
serve the same; amy yenned, on
said administratrix or their attor
neys of Tecord atthe address be
low stated, and ile tbe sarae with '
he Clerk of said Court.; together
wjth proof . of such service, within
lx months after the dste of first
publication of this notiee; or the
same will b- haed.' ' -,
' Date of first! publication. June
30.1927 f -;? y :
' Date of last publication JhIv 28;
1927.v"H::"-si ; . 1 ' :'
Administratrix of said estate. 1611
Chatham Avenue. Portland, Ore
gon. "r . " .'
Frank A. McMensmln,
Attorney for Estate; f";4.X
- 1 a 1 4 North vrestprn - B,a n k'
; Bldg:. ortfandi Oregon, f
J 20 Jlv ,7-14-21 -2 .
Administrator's or KxecntorsP .
Notice of Hearing of Final Account
; Notice is' hereby given that he
final account off O. P, Bond-'as
administrator -of the estate of p.
R. Bond, deceased, .has been filed
ta ; the County t CouTt of Marion
County. State, of Oregon, and that
the 'first day of Angust; 1927, at
the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., hks
been duly appointed by such Court
for. the; hearing of ; objections to
such final account and the settle
ment therebf,' at. which time any
person - interested in such estate
may .rappear,. and. file objections
thereto in writing and contest the
same.' " : " " v - ' ' .
, o..;bo?Jd, v
. Admlnistratcr ot-the-listte.
4J l P
SkuHjjf Strange Mammal f
' Found io John, Day Strata
BENDi Dr.e.r July 13
A fossJHzed skulLflf a mammal be
dlate between apig and e deer has
been found in tkeJohn' Day sedi
ments of ; ; sou the Cr ook ; exiunty,
Itwaa eariie tddayonreeelptf
U report from Dr. J. W. GIdley'of
the. Smithsonian Institute. - -
The anfcnal. It was -said, led a
flourishing existence in the wide
open spaces of .prlhTeval Oregon
some two million years ago. What
contemporaneous -man at that
time if man existed named the
beast is not known. Present day
paleontologists blandly .refer to
him as an agriochoerus.
GRANDFATHER OF TWINS
Roy and Oirl Born to Hearst's, Ron
SAN FRANCISCO, July 13.
( AP ) William Randolph Hearst,
publisher and capitalist, and! the
father of twin sons, became the
grandfather of twins, , a boy and
girl. born. here. today to Mr. and
Mrs. George. Hearst, his son and
Mr: George Hearst, publisher, of
the San Francisco Examiner, and
the then Miss ' Blanche Wilbur,
whose home was in'ldaho, were
married four years ago while both
were students at the University of
California., , . . ... . -
The 'mother and the hew. arriv
als' were reported-"aH well.". ' :
GROjCEp ALL TURNED UP'
Wfe Tossed : Cigarettes Down
Neck; Filee For Divorce I
PORTLAND, July 13. (AP)
It was exasperating enough, E. L.
Simeonldeo, grocer, said today,
when his .wife charged him fer
vently and repeatedly with being
"too yellow" to fight: Witn her,
but -when she dropped a lighted
cigarette down his neck under his
collar, it burne3l him up.To
d.eyj'he flle4'for a divorce. '
. . 2 mr8TiT i'Mniiii'r)iaij( :
0:30-10:16 KXt. tI20). Morn in motif
i i Jk
10:frtJ-12 lOOriKKXt (2(rJPUi CoA
morn in entertttiiiment. 'v'
hour. a 3
- 9HTOSDAY nTTEKS-OOW
12K0 KTO (2U). Wither report.
V2r0-12:20KEX. Polar orchestra
mnsie. " "-- .. y k-j" ,
12t0-l.:00 KOI, Organ recital. ;
2:40 -End KTB& (2S3). Play br rp
v bwsball Tport. . . .
, ' ; THXJRSDAT NIGHT ' " .. V
6:00-7;0OKW44 (329 .' Twilrt Hour.
6:00-7:00 KOiX. (S18. Organ rociUl.
6:00-7:00 K()W (02 Dinner ooacart.
6:80-7:00 KEX. Orcan racitaL . i
700-8:00 KOIN.j Orcheitra. i
7 jOO-7 : 15-KTBR. AAA 'road reports. V
fsSO-etOO -KfW -Utility. rvie
Catholic Truth society Jectar.
7:30-8:30 KKJR"( 283 K Etenhif tory
3 :00 ;00 KEX.. Trlo.
8:00-S;00 KOW. VaudiUe. ' ' ' ' '.'
S :0b :00-r-K WJ J. unMan MiUt.
:00-9:00 KKX. Farm program.
8-.3a-S:30 KFiK. "FaaMMia ArtUU"
, program.'7 J -- J v .
8:00-10:00 KEX. Claasical hour.
0:00-9:30 KOtN. Bilir'a Hawaiian dno.
S;90-l0t00 -KWJJ. Studio program.
lO.no-lttUO-KWBS 2M). tctnrr aBd
'isaic.'i' ' . -
IU:0t-l:O0 KEX. Kremar'a orchestra
'. 80daoJlit. . ' " !
11:00 t .do- KXT InsoBini alub. -
KGO Qab:nl ( 284). &. rehtra: S.
mmic trJJ'' . onrention; 9. NBC pnj
frrmm ; to,-w-tit''i - ., v.
KhU-Loa 'At.-. 8.' trie: t:S0,
"hihlraa's pwea; 7;fl0, T:0,,, 8,
qaartet and aotoikls ' ... ' : -:
KKliioa' Angata.-40S)V SttS. :30.
rfHft 1,-inm "rf i NafJJprt
' gram ? 10, modrrif riakirl ma"-
Ki'OA Seattla. 447. 6, children' hnrj
:0, r robf. ,? :3e, :tro j .-A 9 HBO
. program; " ' s r'- V-.
KPO-rrSan rrnihuaeo ' C432L ,,6-30. r-
rheatta : - ' orahcajrat S. , 'BC or
grami 10; rfanes rrhtra; "i ; f j . "
KFRO San Franciiwif (4.W). 6:15. :30,
. ri&i 7r aac orchestra; 8, orchestra
nod soloists; 9, orchestra and aoloiau;
J10, dance orrhntraw - t ;
KTA San Franci&cn- (309)."- T-trlo;' 8.
"American Liegion program; 9, i .trie a ad
soloists V v :4
K"WJ- Hats FraneUc. (268). 6. Havai
, ians; 7, S. 9. 10,. dance orchestra f - I
KNI Hollywood j 337). S, orchestra;
; S:80it'hestm; 7, organ recital: H, 9.
10. orchestra r 11, dance orchestra. ; . t
KrWK Oakland (230). 8. awaiian trs-
T-ant. . ... .- - , ' . , i
ft Prattle (349).' , 6:30. orchestra,-.
8, 9.' orchestra; lOv - - ' ; i
KOMO --SeltI (80S).- B, 6:15, ores t
"1. i;7:2). iorchpfr 'and soloists; 9,
. 'C program;. '..JU. 10:45. .uiat'tlU
- diure 'pn-j-rsra' It, t , - . 4
OfFIPIfLS STB ,
PLAT1 TO COQPERSTE
Prohibition Bureau , Asserts
No Inteition to Hamper
.N ' Industry !
WASHINGTON,' Juy 13. (AP)
Desire of prohibition enforce
ment officials to cooperate with
businesses requiring industrial al
cohol waspiedged today eo repre-,
sentativesot national "trades or
ganizations by Assistant Secretary
Lowmah'and Commissioner Do'rah.
The prohibition bureau, the of
flciais said, ' does ' not ' intend ' to
take any step which would hamper
Industry Jn general r and' now, la
working out simplified regulations
affecting use ot alcohol. '
; -The: discussion-" featured, the
third "day " of the conference at
which Mr. Lowman and Mr. Dor
an are getting acquainted with
their field" administrators; In ad-T
dltkn the conference received an
analysis of the working of the dvQ
service "reoriBaBizatioir; and an ex
change of ideas with a representa
tive of the department of' justice.
Fish Believed Afflicted by Same
t Diseee Bothering Docks
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore.July
13. (AP)-t-AH malady affecting
trout tn the Klamath 'river below
Klamath Tails in a way somewhat
Hrjailar to the mysterioos duck dis
ease' which has .Vamo ''protective
Interests , pMled has - reappeared
this'year.. The malady waa first
nptlcsed; lav July; .If !?: , - '"
ASamplea.;1 of water!" from the
stream -In the vicinity of which
hundredst;bf apparently healthy
trout have died have been sent to
the state game . conunisalon at
Portland. An analysis ot the wa
ter will be made. !
i ; ;
Albany Pastor Involved.
STAYTON, July 13 (Special)
-Rey. Stewart, a Presbyterian
minister of Albany, and a man
named Reynolds of Portland were
principals in an automobile acci
dent" which happened here Monday
evening. Both men vvere sllghly
hurt and the cars damaged con
siderably. Rev. Stewart assumed
all blame, as he was driving on
the wrong side of the street, and
failed to more over.
M CLUB TO 511
'- . K' ,i . v.l-' .' T i
IUSICTASS FROM NOBTff CEJf.
TTLXl, COLLKGE QoiaQ
The men's glee club of North
Central College, Naperville, Illi
nois, will glvd - a concert at the
First Evangelical church. Center
and Liberty streets Friday eve
ning,. Juy IS, at St 15. No admis
sion will be charged, but a free
will of fering wlllbe' received., rv
There are -12 men In. the dub
representing .eight different states
besides Professor C. C.cPinney;
who Is director of rnusic at North
Central college. .i! R "-r t
Professor Plnney is a graduate
of Oberlein,' and has had many
years of , experience ia directing
glee club choruses. !
-"- ."The 12 men of the club have
been selected on ,a competitiye ba
sis from jrnin who tr'd out.
AU mem)ers' ' are - regular : college
stndents -."s . I ' J
This is -the, Ji Oth annual tour of
the 'men's glee club of North Cen
tral college. The tour covers over
10,000 miles, and "includes con
certs in 10 states. The club will
be .a the road 10 weeks' giving a
total of 75 concerts. " " '
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NA11DNA1XST8 JDJiAWI JAPAN-
ESB IXTKBFEBJNO . j '
SHANGHAI, July . AP)
The Nanking moderkte national
ists southerners through the of
ficial Kuomln news agency, charge
the jTapahese wUh openly, inter
fering Vith the ' advance of the
aonthern .orcea Jjb Jbe'iirotincje of
Shantnng. jit is declared. Jlhat the
activities of the Japanese are pre
venting "the floutberners from acr
eompllshlng their , purpose that
they are occupying; the entire rail
way sone from Tslngtao o Tslnaln
fu, and are maintaining garrisons
at all, sUtlons and nutting Insijr
mountabte obstacles in the pathpt
the Nanking forces seeking to nfo
e'eed 'northTrarji; ..'- ' ; ; .ll
i The ' northerners, It la added,
are constructing trenches In the
kiaochow bay 'area under the dl?
rect supefvlsVon of the": Japanese
mnitary,TwhIcfT Is" furnishing the
plans. - , -"vt'--Minor
sonthem r, retreat a
Shantung, ft is asserted, "aredue
to I pressure f rohr the-ebatf tuiir
Japanese combjae."" !- TLa'itensIrn
due to-Japanese, activity is grow
ing -more, acnte.yirj the Yangtse
valley In south. Chinavand the boyj
cott is vninistaKaDiy, spreaaisg.
Japacss Jnerr 1 s,ta are begln&fag
to liX iter :-Uif'. " .. T : -1
l"By Any 0lherJlame?? .Rosier
", Hot Quite So Sweet, Saia
PORTLAND, July IlS-(Api--f
The. name has everything to do,
not only with roses, .but with other
varieties at plants and -trees, ti.
JLewIa said today In anaweidng
jhe age fili question as to whether
a rose by ' any other" name smells
just as sweety Lewi?, a delegate
1 3 the annual convention of the
Pacific Coast Association !of Nurs
erymen, pointed on t that the only
way a nurseryman can bnild up a
satisfactory business i Is -' to laved
all his stock ahdi label lt; rlght--not
Jus,t; before it s. shipped,' but
while it Is in the ground.
?SelI a customer one variety of
rose when he thinks he is buying
another and it won't make any
difference whether U has the com
bined aromas of Araby, Elysium
and an alfalfa field after the rain.
He won't like it because it is the
'wrsQX i&- tf& Fill he wprryi?g
about the name, not the smell, an$
the' 'nurseryman ' will know all
about It before the first bud has
openea. - a.
. Tomprr9W many of. the dele
gates will make the Mount Xlood
losop rip. ' , -'
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Up STRUCK BY AUTQ
Hit and Run Driver Leaven Boy
Unconscious by Rossdside
PORTLAND. Julj IS. (AP)-
Struck by a hit and run driver,
Robert Golubin, 7, was knocked
unconscious and left lying by the
roadside on, the outskirts of the
city today. He was found , almost
hidden in the tall grae and. given
emergency treatment. .His Injur
ies consisted, of a broken eollar
bone, and brnlaes on, the . head.
EDITOR'S WFFB ILL '
STAYTON, July 1 ? Special )
Stayton friends of Mrs. CJlas. S.
Clark,' wife of he' ijjtlior of ',1b e
Aumsyllle Star, regret to learn of
her serious Illness at the Salem
hospital, ,wher.e she underwent an
operation Monday for appendicitis.
Dr. C. H. Brewer of this place is
her attending physician.1
MONROE S. GHEEK
Complete Automotive Lubrication
We Carry the FoUpyyino; JPr0duct3:
V alvpline i Veedol
Pennzoil - Quaker Stte
Courtat Capitol Phone 2295
. " You'll
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Heroes! of Trans-Atlaritic,
Pacific Flights to Be
! Welcomed i :
WASHINGTON, , July 13,
(tP) The capital is getting
ready to-, welcome the heroes of
three ocean flightsthose of i Com
mander jByrd. Lieutenant Maltlajad
and Hef enberger, and of Clarence
IphamberUn and Charles A. Le-
vjine. j uniy two or tne airmen wnq
have ; added so much to aviation
history In recent months -are defi
nitely known jto be coming ; here,
but the others will be Invited.
Maltland and Hegenberger are
expected to fly " from Chicago to
Milwaukee and Dayton 'for home
coming ;' receptions, accompanied
on part of the journey by the first
pursuit group of army planes from
Selfridge field, Mich. From, Day
ton they 18111 Xly to Washington,
being met oh the way by army
fliers from nearby fields.
Commander Byrd, Bert Acosta,
Bernt Belchen and George No
villeare due to land in New York
early next week after receiving .the
greeting of the metropolis, they
will be invited to come here by
the National Aeronautic associa
tion., . '' ' ' '
Clarepce Chamberlin and hLs
mother'- have been invited by
Harry E. Hull, commissioner gen
eral df' Immigration, to - be the
guest of the Iowa society here on
uly ;3.'" Levine's 'plans to remain
abroad for sometime will prevent
him being here with ' the others
who negotiated the JfttkhtB.
$1.5,Q,p0fi PRUQS SEIZED
Four Men Held on Charges of
SEATTLE.' July 13. (AP)
Seizure lot narcotics valued at
460,000, and arrest of four men
Profit GreaUy By Using Your Credit At Kfoury Bros;
ill SI JH pIi
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chirgedt withtltaossasslon: ware.
announcderjenight-b w.exe held in tfln-
Vviiliao federa jarcpilc ,ctithfi with the 'Jsefcure of : 8 3
chief for&ftrictf I 4fiU P i.oking oplpm
Alex Fogel-a rooming Jieuse deelared H6 hav -been found? In
proprietor James Henry Sadler, ; Fogels house and garage, ". ;
We have a complete line of
. jppfiapgrFiON. ;
Oil Cook Stoves and Ovns
iw -,. I . x !"f w rr. i . f- y- .
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The Quickest Way
and the best way to satisfy you that the Perfection
is theibest oil stove you
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See the New Gray Models
Trade in your old furniture for new
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