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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1928
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Salem Drama League Will
Present Interesting Play j
This Evening ., y
An interesting one act play
"The Florist Shop," by Winifred
Hawkridge," will be presented
this evening at the Oregon theater
by the Salem Drama League in re
sponse to the numerous requests
for a second presentai.-oc.
'I Mrs. C. A. Downs. Miss Clair
Cornell, Norman Purbrick. R.
Neimeyer, and Lester McDonald
compose the cast.
The toague has grown from a
membership of 2o to practically
100, under the capable leadership
of the president, Mrs. William Ev
Members of the league are:
Mrs. W. E. Anderson, Professor
and Mrs. Robert M. Gatke, Miss
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ers. Miss Winifred Graham, Miss
Mary Louise Wlsecarver. Leonard
Nelson, Miss Bernice Schroeder.
Misa Marjorie Christenson, Miss
Leah Ross, Miss Iva Clare Love,
Lester McDonald, Mrs. Willis J.
Roughton, Miss Leila Johnson,
Mrs. Beatrice Crawford-Newcomb, j
Fern A. Goulding, Miss Gene
neve Junk, Miss Murjorie Walk
er, Mrs. W. R. Bush, Mrs. C. A.
Downs, Miss Eileen Gibson, Miss
Jennie Thompson, Thomas Tat-
tam. Miss Lillian Cornell, Mist
Claire -Cornell. Miss Bertha Or-
ford, Mrs. Merrill D. Ohirng. Miss
Helen Pollock, Miss Virginie Page
"Miss Edith Hazard, Mrs. R. J
Hendricks, Miss Charlotte Zieber,
Miss Eugenia Zieber, Miss Beat
rice Walton, Miss Mattie Beatty.
Mrs. Ray L. Farmer, Miss Nellie
G. Rowe, Miss Nana Putnam, Miss
Carol Dibble, Miss Maude Cov
ington, Professor H. C. Kohler,
Robert Neimeyer, Norman B. Pur
brick, Pearl McVey, Mrs. Ted Gor
don. Miss M Lid red Judson, Mrs. W.
E. Kirk, Mrs. John Albert, Mrs. E.
C. Richards. Mrs. A. N. Bush, Miss
Lola Barbara Barnes. Mrs. Karl
Becke, Miss Edith Bragg. Mrs.
Gertrude Robinson Ross, Miss Ma
bel Robertson. Mr3. W.JH. Burg
hardt. Mrs. E. E. Botsford. Mis?
Harriet Hageman. Miss Virginiq
Merle Crites, Misa Dessie Cox.
Miss Ella Pfeiffer, Mrs. C. E. Rob
lin. Mrs. John H. McNary. Miss
Elma Nell. Mrs. Fred Mercer, Rev.
and Mrs. Martin F. Ferrey, Misa
Luella Baker, Michael O'Dowd
Dr. "Estella Ford Warner. Mrs.
Clifton Mndd, Mrs. Arlene Van
Dah!, Mrs. Sam A. Kozer, Mrs.
Clifford Brown, Mrs. John Reed
Mrs. Alice H. Dodd, Mrs. Carl Nel
son. Mrs. Albert Wetjen, Misr
Gloria Grafton. Miss Margaret
Ghormley, Mrs. Ralph Cnrtis, Mrs
T. W. Creech, Mrs. Frank Durbin
Jr.. Miss Josephine Baumgartner,
Miss Henriette White. Jack Minto.
Mrs. Clifford E. Farmer. Mis?
Kathleen Garrison. Miss Virginia
Edwards, Donald Grant, Mrs. Wal
ter Spanlding. Carlton Gaines
Jean White, Edward Keach. Ray
mond Derrick, and Harold Rhoten
Tries' Aid Society of First
Baptist Church Entertained
y . The Ladies' Aid society of the
First Baptist church waspleasant
ly entertained one afternoon re
cently at the country home of Mrs.
Gregg near Hayesville. Assistant
hostesses were Mesdamese Wqod-
w a r d. Christoferson. Fiddler
Bailey, George and Lotas. .
Lovely baskets of narcissi and
tulips were arranged about the
Mrs. M. L. Meeker presided at
the business session, at which
time it was decided to sponsor a
Mrs. R. L. Payne lead the devo
tions and Mrs. Theodore Roth war
In charge of the program which
included papers on borne mission?
read by Mrs. Clare, Mrs. Lamke
and Mrs. T. W. Davies.
The -Misses Olean sang "Father
Lead Me Lest I Stray" as a duet
Sixty members of the society
were present for the afternoon.
Officers of High School Ep-
ivorth League Installed Sun
The following officers of the
high school Epw&rth League of
the First Methodist church were
formally installed Sunday evening
In the church auditorium; presi
dent' Marjory O'Dell; vice-presi
dent, Morgan GaiUguer; second
vice-president, Grace Holman;
third vice-president, Esther Cook;
fourth vice-president, Roxanna
Zielle; treasurer. Bill DePew; and
secretary," Ida McNeill.
The retiring officers are presi
dent: Helen Breithaupt; vice pres
ident, dna Vannice; second vice
president, Fred Blatchford; third
vice-president, Viola Croxer;
fourth vice-president. Neva Stols-heise-
treasurer, Forrest Holla
day; and secretary, Velma Hunt.
The altar Was decorated with
flowers in the league colors, i
It Resting Guest in Salejn
: An interesting gnest in Salem
this week is Clifford McDonaall.
M,inMtinn.i Anti f
AI G. Barnes shows. Mr. MeDou-IGfc
all is renewing friendships with
a number of fortner residents of
Iowa whom he knew in the east,
Mr. and Mrs. David H.
tnadge. Jr., entertained with an
tractive dinner party Monday eve
ning, honoring Mr. McDougall.
Last evening; Dr. and Mrs.
George E. Lewis were hosts at a
Member of Faculty at Uni
versity of Oregon Speaker
at Voman'8 Club
Miss Emma Waterman, bead of
the physical education department
at the University of Oregon, Eu
gene, gave an interesting talk on
the importance and value of exer
cise at the meeting of the Salem
Woman's club Saturday afternoon
in the club-house on North Cot
A demonstration of exercises
for adult women was given by
Miss Moore a junior in the phys
ical education department, at the
A number of interpretative dan
ces were given by pupils at the
Leslie Junior high school, under
the direction of Miss Echo Balder-
Irish dance, and a balloon dance
Miss Josephine Houston of
Brush college sang several songs.
The next meeting of the club
and the last for the club season.
will be held May 26, at the club
house. Officers for 1928-29 will
be elected at that time.
Entre Nous Club Entertained
With No-Host Affair
The Entre Nous club was enter
tained one evening recently witn
a no-host meeting at their club
house. The first part of the evening
was spent with a business session
with the following officers elect
ed for the year: president, Elmer
Cook; vice-president Bryan Good-
enongh; and secretary-treasurer,
Mrs. Ralph Howard.
"fiCiyjwas enjoyed later in the
evening. The high score prizes
were won by Mrs. Paul Bassett.
Ralph Howard, and William E.
Moses. Mrs. Elmer Cook received
the second award.
Dancing was enjoyed following
the refreshment hour.
The following members were
present: Mr. and Mr3. H. A. Smart,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hummel, Mr.
xnd Mrs. Ralph Howard, Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Hampshire, Mr. and
Mrs. Bryan Goodenough, Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Moses, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Basset, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Ramseyer, Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Cook Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Cook, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Goodenongh
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Basset,
will entertain the club Wednesday
evening at the final party of the
Mrs. Jane Williams Cele
brates ISth Birthday
Mrs. Jane Williams of Salem
was honored with an enjoyable
ur prise party Tuesday " evening.
Jay 8, at the home of her da ugh
.er, Mrs. M. P. Dennis, who en
ertained a number of relatives
ind old friends of - the family,
some of whom had not met 'for
many years. The evening was
-pent talking over old times and
vith violin music, played by Mrs.
fane Williams, and Mr. Frank
Schedack, with Carle Williams at
the piano. The Misses Welborn
ang several old songs.
The rooms were attractively
lecorated with spring flowers and
Refreshments were served by
Those present were the honor
;uest, Mrs. Williams; Mr. and
Jrs. T. L. Williams of Seattle. Mr.
md Mrs. Carle Williams, of Se
ittle Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Denison,
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hughes, Mr.
ind Mrs. Ward Hughes and daugh
ers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sche
lack, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schind
:ey, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Burgers.
An. Nancy Eoff, Mrs. J. A. Pool
er, Mrs. Elizabeth Welborn, Mrs.
f. Robertson, Miss Grace Robert
son. Mrs. Henry Wolf and daugh
ter, Mrs. John Wolf, Miss Maude
Simons, Miss Grace Welborn, Miss
2dith Welborn, Lewis Brown, and
he host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.
VI. P. Dennis.
Mrs. E. E. Elliott Will Be
Honored With Farewell
Complimenting Mrs. .E. E. El-
iott who with her family will
eave shortly to make her future
jome in Portland members of the
rym and swimming classes will
entertain with a banquet at six
o'clock this evening In the Y. M.
2. A. dining room.
Friends are invited to attend.
Reservations should be made di
rectly with the desk at the Y. M.
Maccabees Will Meet This
Evening in McComack llell
Knight and Latiy Maccabees
will meet this evening in McCor
nack halt Each member may bring
The committee for , the evening
includes Mrs. Cyril Nadon. .chair
man, Mrs. Wr J- Baker, - W.'S.
Shearer, and W. H. McElroy. - v
American Legion Auxiliary
Club WtU Sing at HoU
The musical feature at the Hoi
jlywood theater Thursday evening
Tal-Jwill be several vocal numbers by
at-.the American Legion auxiliary glee
club. Mrs. J M. England is di
rector of the Glee club which In-bot the living rooms. Rhododen
clndes twenty-six voices. " Mrs. fon and tall pink tapers In sil
Wllliam Entress is duo accom-holders centered the dining
W. F. M. S. Leslie M. E. church
All-day meeting. Church parlors.
Dinner. Y. M. C. A. honoring?
Mrs. E. E. Elliott Women of gym
and swimming classes Invited to
attend. 6:00 o'clock.
Columbine gardens of Miss Ma
bel Creighton. "Jonesmere" farm,
10 miles north of Salem, Wheatland-Waeonda
road. 28 o'clock.
South Circle, First Christian
church. All-day meeting. Mrs. Es
tella Gabbert. 955 Hoyt street hos
tess. Covered dis h luncheon at
Central circle, Ladies' Aid, Ja
son Lee church. Mrs. T. J. Lester,
2330 Brooks avenue hostess. 2:30
"The Florist Sliop," pr3ented
by Salem Drama League. Oregon
Knight and Lady Maccabees
McCornack hall. 8:00 o'clock.
Ladies' Aid Circles. First M. E.
church. 2:30 o'clock as follows:
South Central, Mrs. O. W. Em
mons, 1680 Court street.
West Central, Mrs. Almira Hale,
East Central. Mrs. A. A. Keene,
126 North Winter street.
South East, Mrs. J. W. Phen-
3cie, 545 South 17th street.
Naomi. Mrs. J. T. Cole, route
7, Garden road. Transportation
Phone 171 4-J.
Yew Park. Mrs. C. J. Lisle.
1041 South 13th street.
Lucy Anna Lee, Mrs. Lloyd A.
Lee, route 6. box 15.
Daughters of the Nile club. Ma
sonic tarn pie. 12:30 o'clock.
Barbara Frietchie social club.
Mrs. E. H. Kennedy, 196 West
Washington street hostess. All
Daughters of the tent invited.
Salem Arts League. Business
meeting. Library. 7:30 oVfock.
Annual election of officers.
Faculty Woman's club. Lan
;anne hall. 2:30 o'clock.
American Legion auxiliary Glee
club. Musical numbers. Hollywood
American Legion auxiliary. All
lay meeting. Mrs. King Bartlett,
South Commercial and Waldo ave
nue. Luncheon at 12:00 o'clock.
Chemeketa chapter, D. A. R. No
hostess luncheon. Elks club. 1:00
o'clock. Reservations Mrs. Ho
mer Goulet, Mrs. U. G. Shipley.
A. A. U. W. Willamette, program.
Gray Belle. 12:30 o'clock. Phone
133 for reservations.
Willamette Program Will
Be Given at Luncheon Meet
ing of A. A.U. W.
An all-Willamette program will
Se given at the luncheon meeting
it the American association of
T niversity Women at 12:30 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, May 19, at
the Gray Belle.
The program will include a mon
ologue "Lincoln" given by Profes-
or J. O. Hall; a playlet, -The
3ori," by Tchekoff; and musical
numbers given by the Roguish
Reservations may be made be
fore Friday evening by phoning
:he Gray Belle at 333.
Chemeketa Chapter D. A. R.
Will Be Entertained With
Chemeketa chapter will be en
tertained with a no hostess lunch
eon at' the Elks club Saturday.
May 19. The social committee will
be in charge of the affair, Mrs.
John Harbison, Mrs. C. C. Best,
Mrs. Frank Spears, Miss Ola Clark
Mrs. H. C. Aiken, Mrs. Alton D.
Hurley, Mrs. Karl Steiwer, Mrs. J.
Lyman Steed and Mrs. F. E Sher
win. Mrs. E. C. Apperson. of McMinn
ville, state regent of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
will be a special guest.
' Reservations may he made by
calling Mrs. Homer Goulet or any
member of the social committee.
Mrs. Norwood Honored on
Children and grandchildren
gathered at the J. W. Norwood
home on the Orchard Heights
road to honor Mrs. Norwood on
Dinner was served at long ta
bles arranged under the trees on
toe spacious lawn. Covers were
placed for the guest of honor, Mrs
J. W. Norwood; Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor Woodfield and their children.
Maxine. Charles, and Norwood, ah
at Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Beckett and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Norwood and children,
children, all of Salem.
Meeting of Mizpah Class of
First Baptist Church
A meeting of the Mizpah class
of the First Baptist church was
held Monday evening in the church
Mrs. E. J. Ayers, president of
the class, presided at the business
meeting. Mrs. corge O'Neill con
ducted the devotions.
Members responded to roll call
with appropriate Mother's Day
Mr. and Mrs. McCall Enter
tain With Attractive Din
nerparty Mr. and Mrs. William F. Mc
Call entertained; Friday evening
with, an attractive 'dinner party,
having as their guests Judge and
Mrs. George M. Brown, Mrs. Mar
jorie McGilcbrist of Portland and
Miss Elaine Brown.
Lovely baskets of rhododendron
which ' Mr. . and Mrs. UcCslt
brought en their, return Wednes
day evening from their summer
Iiome at West lake were arranged
Now Playing with
'Tfrt tMtl Sinder" stir rind Ufl
Warnir Srcf. ProcUuctioO
Barbara Frietchie Social Club
Will Be Entertained This
The Barbara Frietchie Social
club will be entertained this eve
ning at the home of Mrs. E. H
Kennedy. 196 West Washington
All daughters of Barbara Friet
chie tent are invited to attend.
Week-End Guests From
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Carlton of
Portland were guests for the past
week-end at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Burton.
Daughters of Nile Club
Daughters of the Nile club will
meet at 12:30 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon at the Masonic temple.
Hostesses will be Mrs. W. J.
Liljequist, Mrs. Sam Laughlin,
Mrs. Frank Loose, Mrs. W. F.
Buchner, Mss. O. P. Hoff.
Alvin Burton Will Spend
Summer in San Francisco
Alvin Burton, a junior in the
hemistry department at Oregon
State college, Corvallis, will spend
the summer as a chemical engineer
dt the California-Hawaiian Sugar
Refinery in San Francisco, Cali
fornia. Last summer Mr. Burton
spent the summer in the gold-
mining fields of Alaska.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Burton of Salem.
Columbine Gardens at Jones-
mere Farm Will Be Opened
to Public This Afternoon
The Columbine gardens of Miss
Mabel Creighton at the Jonesmere
farm ten miles north of Salem on
the Wheatland-Waconda road will
be opened to the public from two
to eight o'clock this afternoon.
Faculty Women's Club Will
Meet Thursday at Lau
The Faculty Women's club will
meet at two thirty o'clock Thurs
day afternoon at Lausanne hall on
the Willamette University campus.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank M.
Erickson, Miss Edith DeNise, Mrs.
Charles L. Sherman, and Mrs. Carl
Mrs. Arbuckle Returns
Fram the South
After spending the greater part
jf the winter in California, Mrs.
George Arbuckle- and her two
hildren have returned to their
Some in Salem.
Return From California
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fake have
returned to their home in Salem
after an extended visit in Califor-
Guest at University of Oregon
Mrs. Chester C. Baker spent
Mother's Day on the University of
Oregon campus, Eugene, as the
gnest of her daughter, Miss Dor
othy Baker, who is a junior in the
school of journalism.
LONGVIEW, May 15 (AP).
Ernest F. Crabtree. 44. fireman of
donkey engine was killed at Ry
derwood Monday when struck by a
twinging choker thrown against a
jlock. He died an hour after the
iccident. He had been working
dnce last Friday. His widow and
infant son at Philomath, Ore., sur
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TAX UPON INCOMES
Twenty-Five Million Dollar
Slice in Prospect, Develop
WASHINGTON. May 15 (AP)
Individual income tax payers
were given a prospective 325,000,
000 slice of the pending $200,
000,000 tax reduction Monday
when the senate voted a down
ward revision of the surtax rate
applying on incomes between
320,000 and $80,000.
An attempt by the republicans,
however, to have the reduction ap
ply retroactively on incomes of
last year on which taxes are paid
this year was rejected 54 to 28, as
the western republican-independents
broke from the ranks to join
the solid democratic lineup in op
Both propositions are subject to
final vote on passage and the
changes must be accepted by the
Republicans and democrats fav
ored a downward revision of the
surtax rate, which was ignored by
the house, but all day was spent
in arguing as to how it was to be
effected. Senator Simmons of
North Carolina, ranking democrat
on the finance committee, propos
ed to accomplish the revision of
the surtax rates beginning with
$10,000 incomes and going up to
$70,000, but republicans lined up
solidly for the proposal of Sena
tor Smoot, of Utah, chairman of
the committee, which would have
the lower rates begin with the
$20,000 class. The vote for his
proposition was 43 to 39, only
Bruce of Maryland leaving the
Senator Simmons and Senator
Harrison, of Mississippi and
Walsh of Massachusetts led the
democratic fight, insisting great
er attention be given to taxpayers
with the smaller incomes. Sena
tor Smoot and Senator Reed, re
publican of Pennsylvania, answer
ed that this class had received the
main benefits from past reduc
tions at the expense of the tax
payers in the upper brackets of
income. They declared the only
purpose of any surtax revision
was to equalize the rates aplying
on the Intermediate incomes above
$20,000 with cuts given other
classes in the past.
Today's action virtually com
pleted consideration of the
changes made by the finance com
mutee m tne nouse Dili but a
batch of amendments proposed by
individual members to various
sections of the bill remain to be
acted upon in addition to the row
over the inheritance tax, which
probably will come up tomorrow
in an attempt to have it repealed.
With the rate schedules vir
tually disposed of, the senate to
night found itself with a $224,-
000,000 reduction measure on its
hands. This is $24,000,000 above
the limit set by President Cool
idge and Secretary Mellon but far
below the $290,000,000 house
Gain In 8oothsayers
PARIS Paris and environs
have 60,000 fortune tellers today
twice as many as ten years ago.
FriJMriM Kay IS, 1S2S
For Delegate to Republican National Convention for
Nomination of President and Vice-President
. FRED E. KIDDLE
of Union Comty. Delegate-at-Large
Voters will find his Mine oat the ballot as foUowst
20 I FRED E. KIDDLE
"Hoover for President. MeXary for Vice Preridemt"
Year ConstderatJo at the PoRs
Respectfully Solicited f
FRED E, KIDDLE
Candidate for Delegate to the Rrpablicaa National Convention
Story of Terrible Treatment
Reaches Ears of American
MANAGUA. Nicaragua. May 15
(AP) A rebel band terribly
mistreated the wife of an Ameri
can named Miller at his plantation
in River 'Coco near the east coast,
in revenge for Information he had
given marine forces, it was learned
from belated dispatches reaching
Miller was away from home
when the rebels came to seek him
They assaulted Mrs. Miller, car
ried off everything of value and
then generally wrecked the plan-,
tation. So atrocious were the ft'ts
committed against the wife and
property of Miller, that the entire
lower river district was incensed
at the savagery of the rebels. It
is not known whether Mrs. Miller
is also an American.
The rebel band first appeared on
the Coco river at San Sang in
the middle of April. They began
general pillaging of villages. They
took merchandise and Sbuu irom
the store of Abraham Martinez
and from the store of Jose Lleset,
a Cuban, they took merchandise
valued at more than $2,000 beside
his cattle and a gasoline boat.
The smaller merchants were
also raided and their supplies.
boats and everything of value were
taken. The rebels seized all Tlver
craft on learning that the marines
were planning to ascend the coco
river to cut them from supplies in
that district. They kept lor some
time men and boats at important
nnint alone the river and It was
one of these outposts that learned
that Miller was reported to nave
given the marines valuable in
formation on rebel movements.
FACULTY GETS SPRING
OUTING AFTER ALL
The annual picnic of the faculty
of the senior high school was re
cently dispensed with for this year
when the teachers agreed to use
funds which would cover the pic
nic exnenses to helo the students
raise their $200 Armenian scholar
ship fund for Near East reller.
Dame Tradition, it Beems got
wind of the teachers' generosity;
she admired the faculty plan. And
yet, how could these teachers be
so thoughtless as to forget her
share in the annual spring get-to-rether?
She liked not being
So, it must be supposed, this
very Dame Tradition found the
ear of Mrs. Florian Von Kscnen.
history teacher, and whispered
Monday, at the regular teach
ers' meeting, Mrs. Von Eschen
transferred the- whisper: Profes
sor Von Eschen and she were
holding a garden party for the
high school faculty at their home
at the hour of four in the after
noon, a week from Monday.
K. OF C. ELECT OFFICERS
Portland Man Reelected State
Deputy at Annual Meet
PORTLAND, May 15 (AP),
Joseph J. Burke, Portland, was re
elected state deputy of the Knights
of Columbus in Oregon for the en-
VOTE X 59
Dr. W. Carlton Smith
Active Representation for
52 x Romeo Gouley
Of Brooks, Oregon
CANDIDATE FOE THE -
Bora aad railed an a farm in Marioa iOaaaty.
a taxpayer, a mn ef family aad
a eeetfal a4 practical fanacr.
Srr4 in tk Leilatra in varioaa eapacitiaa
lor tha pat thirteen SaMioas, aad am familiar
jrith tha fall proodara of tha Haaa and Saaata.
Faraiar Who Kmvi t&a Bordaa of
suing year at the annual state con
vention here Monday, J. F. Dooley,
Albany, was reelected state secre
tary, and J. W. Crawford, Baker.
was re-elected state treasurer. Oth
er officers were:
Joseph F. Franzwa. Eugene.
state advocate; S. J. Merten. St.
Paul, state warden; R. E. Man
ning, Portland, alternate to state
deputy; Michael O'Connor. North
Bend, alternate to past state dep
uty. Manning and O'Connor will
attend the supreme convention in
case Burke and Frank Davey, past
state deputy, are unable to attend.
For the first time since 1918
the annual state convenntion may
be taken from Portland in 1929.
Selection of the convention city
was left to the officers.
Announcement was made that
the annual lay retreat will be held
June 15 to 17 at Mount Angel col
lege. St. Paul council was declared
to have gained the most members
during the past year.
It is surprising people are as
dull as they are. Wisdom is taught
every day by every incident in life.
In all the tiresome talk that goes
on, in all the millions of news
paper columns, no excuse is made
for folly; everybody is wise, and
talks it, and acts foolish. E. W.
We know a fellow who has
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John H. Porter (X 67)
The present incumbent as County Com
missioner seeks re-election asking your
support on his record for fairness and im
partiality to all sections of the County and
to a constructive, yet economical, handling
of County affairs.
' ' ', s
These new refrigerators are scientifically constructed
to keep your food in perfect condition, yet to be really
economical in ice consamption. Refrigerator of this
kind will last for many years Now is the time to buy
one of these as summer is here and you will hare all
season to use it.
Family Size Refrigerator
Regardless of your refrigerating requirements, you will
find just what you want shown here at a money, save-
ing price. Our stocks are: most complete.
"Ut -TTt :
toured 100,000 miles during (e
past tiro years and claims he has
seen more sign boards than any
other traveler in America.
When winter lingers in the
gentle lap of spring, as the poets
put it, its to bad that the traffic
cop can order him to move on. -
Some modern stockings sell for
$500 a pair, but you wouldn't
know it unless yon looked at them
impolitely. Dallas News.
A. N. MOORES
Native of Marlon county. '
Graduate of Willamette Un
iversity is a candidate for
on Republican ticket. He be
lieves in a sound economical
and business like adminis
tration of public affairs.
For qualifications see voter's
Vote for 54
A. N. MOORES
by John H. Porter)
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