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The New Oregon Statesman. Salem Oregon, Sunday Morning, November 11, 1928
Local News Briefs
Mortgage Foreclosure- The In- Permit Issued J. Lincoln Ellis
mnniitin Rnlldinr and Loan I took out A permit rxiaay w vuuu
...ni.iiAii tuh m s.soo mort-ia a-araze cosuns X9V ui
fnropiniiurA suit acalnst W.ISouth Cottage street C. A
. . nJ 1 1 1 t. n a n at,
Choi-no anA nlAaN K&tUrflaT. ItifUWIl Will UUTB VUUKi; V
- I worK.
TitlA fa Is-ne Suit to QQiei
ti wo. f Hod in circuit court here Staples Estate fl.WVt.
Saturday by Marion K. rorresi iporc oi wienvorj auu - Pyi
aealnst the unknown heirs of Hen- ment was filed in probate Friday
J Zumwalt and otners. m me miwr - u
llatu o M. Stanles. The estate Is
No C. of C Jbuncneon estimated at SI. 054. 79 by u. J
being a holiday, there will be noCox Roy Burton and H. R. Craw
Salem cnamoer oi cwuiu Iford, appraiser,
luncheon this week. I
--,-:,,-. Ford Estate fl03.00O-The late
a.- . i . 1 I - ". A" V aSu. wan ,---, - a -
Curtis. Monmoutn ormi 8CUO" fios.000, consisting entirely
etuaeni who . ""r Bersonal property, it is estimat
nAl.nil 9inriMT To lliena I : .. . . 1 1 1
iu - m me oruor BamuiuiB i c
the livestock exposition, probate. He leares 1 10.000 each
w?I;tMhC; Ford and n"T.Ford7 The re-
VI U 11C T , Ilinwu -J ' I , , . ij y- .V. 1
CIIJ Oil ICC l s uu a vuoeo t ,
... Miawii Satnrdav on I A. ora.
Mr. Pennington Is connected with
the RoyaJ Feed and Milling com
pany and Memphis, and his new
position as president of the manu
facturers association is one of Im
portance.' More than 100' com
panies are represented in the association.
oGe Goose Hunting Dr. Fred
Bnrger, Dr. M. C. Findley. Ed.
Tuck and the Her. U. S. Crowder
left early this morning for Arling
ton in Eastern Oregon. They will
spend several days goose hunting,
returning, to Salem next Wednes
day: or Thursday. Last yeatv Dr.
Burger and one other man : went
bunting in trie same vicinity and
returned with 4C geese.
enness, was reieasea saiuruay uu
condition that he leave Salem 1m
Demurrer Overruled The de
fendant's demurrer in the case
Rrnarmtlon Sooicbt Alleging Maude Williamson ts. Kutn vv
that her husband deserted ner Lckwood wae overruiea Dy uir-
October 1 of last year. Anna M.lcuit Judge Kelly here Friday. The
Madsen filed suit for divorce Sat- plaintiff, an aunt of "Maynard
nrdar aeaint Lawrence Madsen. I Sawyer, who was run down ana
They were married July 24, 1326 1 killed by Mrs. Lockwood. is suing
t VnnconTer. WashinKton. iner tor auu oecause oi saw
. Iyer deatn.
Fontaine fTeeo uen Ja
Fontaine was released on i ioo I Three Men Sentenced Sen
bail Saturday, after he had spent Wences were imposed by Circuit
Friday night In th Marion coun-ljadg Kelly Friday in the cases of
ty Jail. He waa arrested Friday onljohn Kohler. Gordon. Conley and
a liquor charge.
" Trio To Go Prison Three men
who were given prison sentences
Friday by Circuit Judge Kelly
were sent from Marion county Jail
to the state prison Saturday. They
were John Kohler. sentenced to
Loren E. Hill, all of whom waived
I indictment and pleaded guilty to
charges of forgery. Kohler was
sentenced to two years in the pen
itentiary and the other two were
given one year eaco
Case Dismissed The caee State
serve three years. Gordon Con-VB. ja h. Engeman. appealed from
way, one year, and Loren Hill, one! justice court to circuit court, was
year. All three had pieaaea gumy i ordered dismissed for lack of sui
fftforgery charges. .v ,
HTtesertkm Alleiterf-iiSalt for di
Tnrrn wan filed In circuit court
'Saturday by Willie J. Reld against
Whiter M. Reid. She alleges de-
utinii th rround for divorce.
ficient evidence on motion of the
district attorney here Friday
Engeman had been accused of
breaking glass on a public high
Dr. Doney Speaker Dr. Carl
Two Cases Set Two more cases
were listed on the circuit court
Jn-k.t lata Saturday. The case
Mannhelmer vs. Bligh Billiard
Parlors was set for Friday. Nov
university, will be the speaker at
the Kiwanis club luncheon Tues
day.' His subject has not been an
Represents Film Company R
A. McCullough, representatives of
ember 23. at 1 P. m. ine taseitne universal Film company
Rich vs. Miller was, listed for Sat-jgan Francisco, is in Salem from
urday, November 24, at 9 a. m.
Picture to End The picture
rin.oii riatM" which the Rev.
rhariw IS. Ward of the First Con
hiiMh has used to I
his. headquarters in Portland.
lis stopping at the Marion.
Valsetx People Here Mr. and
Mrs. Jos. A. Neisz, whose home is
in Valsetz. were guests at the
LE, I til VK,
HID IT HERE
They last Electrie Curlers sic
at - Fleener Electric, 471 Court
Wanted. 80 Women
To work in apples. West Salem
cannery, p. m.
Every night S:30 to t at the
And repairing Giese-powers
Christmas Card Problems
Easily solved Just phone 500
and ask our salesman to call with
samples. Commercial Printing
Dept., Statesman Publlsning uo..
215 S. Commercial.
Lost In N. Salem Saturday
Black leather coat. Call 939.
Fried Chlcten Dinner
Five till midnight, at the Red
Lantern. Dancing all evening.
Inst a Funny
Bnll Terrier, screw tali. A oar-
gain. Phpne 627.
Fried Chicken Dinner
Fiver till midnight, kt the Red
Lantern. Dancing all evening.
Tire Repairing Expertly Done t
At Herb Hansens. iib r
Com. Phone 230.
At the Gray Belle all day Sun
day and Monday.
RXAD THIS FIRSTS
Several i disturbing elements had al
ready entered the life of Byrd -Hamilton,
who hud Just married the arro
gant, ; b-resKStlble Lurry Brownlnc
Thy were spending- ihm nlcht at the
BlSckrton. Ut Cincinnati, where Lar
ry's friends, i who hud come to attend
their wedding, were drtng a party
in their honor. When the party had
reached a high pitch hi the crowded
rooms, Byrd found that this fast
mevlng crowd had no interest for her.
When she discovered India Campbell,
u former sweetheart of Larry's, ani
I Lurry aittinc dang-eruunly on a win-
misinterpreted her anxiety us Jealousy.
tlumlllateiL isnu left uiu puny una -returned
to their room. Shu dropped
off to sleep. The next morning- she
awoke to find that Lurry had not yet
A few hours later. Lurry, aisnevida
and weary, arrived, supported by Chct.
His penitence' and promises nsoveu
her to fora-iveneus, fur her relief ut
huTing him isufely buck obliterated ev
ery others feeling, in contrast to car
ry's elaborate wurdrobe. Byrd s wed
ding finery ! looked, shabby and borne
made, and while he was sleeplnc, she
decided ts go to the nearby department
store and buy some clothes, one re
turned u few hours later, to find an
other party in proffreau in their suite.
(NOWGO iON WITH THE STORVi
! CHAPTER VII
S she opened the door, she
took; one hasty look around
the room the same faces
that had danced, through her head
all night i long the .same faces
which she had left early that
morning, in an aura of smoke,
dull-eyed and drained of all ex
pression that flat "wash" which
too much gin imparts.
But, strangely enough, every
one looked reiresned. even wud
the few hours' sleep they had had.
Byrd decided it was because they
were accustomed to this constant
round and covered up the signs of
weariness with good clothes and
Here's the 'early bird," some
one called as she entered. "She's
been picking up worms at Hearst's
India Campbell and Tiny Ober-
man came toward ner as Byrd
stood there, uncertain what to do
India put her arms around her.
Pictures. Art Goods, Pict
Framing, lacquers, ' enamels.
varnish. Presnalls, 455 Court.
1929 Wall Paper Stock Hei
Best quality. Presnalls,
Illustrate sermon series, will bejNew galem Saturday
concluded at the church tonigm in
conjunction with the
"The Elder Brother."
From West Linn Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Doty and Mr. and Mrs.
LivnnM TVt v all nf Wat I.in n
Mr. andlpg T8itora to thia city Saturday.
Telephone Official Here J. W.
n.mrhtM to Hat son
Mrs. Ellis Batson are parents of a
nnA-fourth pound baby
rirl born Friday at the Bungalow Pratt of Eugene and G. E. Kellogg
maternity home. Mr. Batson Is an of Portland, both officials of the
.()orf,nt at the state hospital. Bell Telephone company, were at-
I tending to business matters in
- Now At Home Mrs. uoy vn-Salem Saturday
who has. been a patient at I
the Salem General hospital for Frisco Attorney Stops Joseph
the past S months, has returned to c. Tyler, an attorney of San
her home at 445 S. 23rd street, Francisco, was registered at the
arrd49 convalescing satisfactorily. Marion Saturday while in Salem
I lor a suuri iiuw
vi.4tinir ut Deaconess Henry I
and Ferdinand Dirksen. and their Longview Folk Stop Mr. and
Aimotta Dirksen, an -iMrs. Baisaen oi Lngview, wasu.,
r ' " ...Uol In R-1 l c1m tnr a cVirrt atav itnn.
TTIllahorO. ivanoas, iu " j
o,av noon for a few days inine: at the Marion. Mr. Balsden Is
Tislt with their relatives, the sis-jone Df the officials of the Long-
ters at the Deaconess nospnai ""bell lumber company at me norm
Mr and Mrs. F. t. weu. em city,
' . . , inf nf thA Deacon-1
weae. . p.-; v - visttln. Here Mr. . and Mrs
rnnr through the western states. W. H. Piatt of Payette. Idaho, and
tour througn me Marquardt of Buell. Idaho,
nutor'n Assistants Arrive " lare visitors in Salem. Both the
and Mrs. Clayton E. Jackson, of men are engaged in sheep raising
Chickasha. Oklahoma, arrived in
-i loot wonV to be assis-l Attend
fantrto the Rev D J. Howe of Scott Is leaving today for Seattle.
tantsL .t.tllA5-.T:. . Ui reh V in comnanv with Ed Hurst and
.e.:'"ni k ffir aecretarv Llovd Adair of the Scott crew
and head of the educational work to attend a Harley-Davidson sales
ana noun Christian school to be conducted there
!Crh and Mrs. Jackson will di- throughout this week. Later in the
rLt the choirand work with the week Mrs. Scott will Join her hus.
younr people's department. The band for the return trip after a
mr llvine at 1510 Siateioriei visit in aeaiwe
shriek. Jack Dunaan. pounded
the back of his chair with his
Oats. Tiny held her sides and
looked around the room, challeng
ing anybody to tan a better one
It they could! She couldn't
catch her breath for five minutes.
You'll hare to frame tip an
other one," said Fred.
Byrd got one glimpse' of Lar
ry's face. It was dark witn an.
ger Red blotches like red coals
under his skin, appeared all over
his face. Oh. why. thought Byrd
miserably, why was she such a
simpleton! The others, of course.
believed that Larry had reiurnea
to their rooms. .
It was India thatsaved the sit
"An hour after Byrd had gone
to bed, Chet and I escorted Try
obbly Larry to nis roo
mihri htm in "
Then she turned to Byra wim
a penitent expression. ,
I guess I was sort oi catty
last night," she said, going to
ward her in a friendly fashion.
"I'm sorry. Let's have a mue
drink together to seal the new
She oured out ner own ana
handed the bottle to Byrd. '
Thank you." ald Byrd, "l
take jusf ginger, ale."
-"You "can t begin a reai iinenu
shin on lust fiss." objected India.
"Just one little one with, me to
show you're a good sport.'
"Good sport" there H was
Byrd took a uny swauow mu
decided it was the last time she'd
consent to be dictated to about
what she should do or not do.
' Byrd learned that "picking up"
aftr a nartv had Just as much
inf. an the nartv itself.; There
.u u hilarious relating, and re-
..nniinr of Trv incident that
had occurred the night before and
a particular relish in telling anj-thine-
that had the flavor of being
riannn Each one was Buriuuj
as if she had known her a life- Just waat hd struck him
Observed F r I d a y
was "shirt and miaay u,
.enlor high school. ,wh boys,
from fTeshman to senldr. wore
middles and the girls came garb-
Td in boy Irt- VL Trl
jnany ot them as cared to. Fresh
Sin were designated
Sons. School tradition has it that
sucn iuu1'"' - - , ,
ents the Friday Pra
game with the Eugene high school.
Techne Club Iniuateo a
. ...iMnn of nosture . dance
' !I iiuWh Waters met the
treatest aproval of the high school
tdPts at the initiation of the
.l-EStu. of the Techne are club
tj-w Techne members
5". i'laa waters. Kathleen FiU-
patrlck. Oliver Draper. Perry An-
puiiiv . Toon F.BHt-
A rA ra AIDertu
irf.W'' M-r. Vicklander. Ellxa
beth Lewis. Yvonne Plckell. Lloyd
; t virailde Voe. Ross Pet
erson. Howard Cross. Lois Wilkes,
Roberta Mills. Vivian Fleener
rnnlrt. Katherlne Goulet
and Grace Holman.
----- Exists One. vacancy
t v. rt conKresslonal district
ot Oregon for midshipman at the
m.i Academy t Annapolis now,
,i.t: according to notification
received by Congressman - W. C
iT.,ia. from the navy depart-
-nt.' The first congressional
includes Marion county
Tt,a rivll service commission will
hold eomDetlUve examinations
fii th vacancy January!.
1929, at various postottices In
the district. "
Rally At High School Super
intendent George W: Hug gave a
rail- talk before the high school
students during the latter part of
the Friday morning activity per
iod which students declared to
1 the best pen talk they have
" had for some time. Mr Hug re
called the days when he was prin
- einal of the Eugene high school,
which Salem meets hers Armistice
day, and when Eugene won most
ot the contests, and the athletic
relations between the two schools
dnrinr the f-aat 20 rears. Louie
.Anderson, coach, also Ulked.
Make Home Here Mr. and
Mrs. Harry E. Scott or Pomona.
Cal.. have Just arrived In Salem
to make their home. Mr. Scott is
interested in Gray and Company
located in the Larmer building on
North Liberty street.' Mr. Bray is
nresident ot the company.
Returns From South . J.
t the Gray Belle all 'day Sun-
y and Monday.
ard Time Dance Friday Mt
Domes Pavilion McCoy, itamo
Walnuts at Wholesale Wces-
rmm 1 2e to 2Zc. fnone .
Visit Our tiinry ior
Birthday and weaaing
Pomeroy e iveene.
For Rent , . . .
s room modern ruTnisnea uuu-
galow overlooking Balem. Brnali
chicken ranch 25. Phone 1693-J.
Fried Chicken Dinner-
Five till mldnignt. at w"
Lantern. Dancing au -'
vireinia Tennessee Polk,
72, died early Friday morning at
the home of her son at43 South
Liberty street. She Is survived oy
tv, following children: William E.
Polk of Avoca, Atk.; Mrs. -o-r
E. Barton of Hood River; James
K. Polk of New Yora, jonn n.
oniv of Rarem. Airs. Maine
Hamlin, of Honolulu, Mrs. Marie
Casey of Bentonviiie, Am.. u
E Polk of East White nuns, .
Y.. Mrs. Leona Brigham, of North
Mr-. Dollv Tudor of Salem.
The body is in charge of Rigdon
& Son funeral parlors, ine oouy
will be shipped to Rogers, Arkan
Carl Lied8trom, 4 2, died Friday
night at the family nome, 1 1 u
Shipping street, following several
months of ill heaitn. iie is sur
vived by his widow, Hulda V.
Liedstrom and tnree oroinera.
Ernest, Ed and Clarence, an oi
Minneapolis, Minn. Remains are
In .care of the Rigdon mortuary
from wnicn announceuituu
be made later.
Mrs. Bertha Ellen Tanner died
Kafoury returned from a pleasure in East Salem Saturday morning
trip to San Frrfhcisco early last
Visit In Southern Oreffon The
Rev. Charles E. Ward, pastor oi
the First Congregational church.
Mrs. Ward and the Rev. H. C.
Stover, of the Knight Memorial
Congregational church returned
Saturday night from a tnree-day
trip to southern Oregon, where
the ministers attended to some re
ligious work In Klamath Falls.
Mrs. Ward visited her grandmoth
ers In shland while the men Jour
neyed to Klamath Falls.
Both Want Divorce Answer
and cross complaint was filed in
circuit court Saturday in the di
vorce proceedings brought against
Fred L. Hannon by Viola G. Han
non. He denies mat mere nas
been anything in hie actions to
Justify her in seeking a divorce.
but alleges cruel and inhuman
treatment on her part as ground
for his seeking legal separation
from her.' On October 17 of this
year she locked him out of the
house, he states, and when be
broke in s h.e screamed and
claimed that he was .trying to kill
Survived by her husband, R. D
Tanner, and one brother and sis
ter In England. Funeral arrange
ments later by Clough-Huston
She drew her to the table, where
Larry's bottles presided. A hugo
howl of cracked Ice and many bot
tles of charged waters had been
added to the litter.
Shepulled away from India to
tell her that Larry was quite ill,
when she saw Larry, himself,
sketchily dressed in his dressing
gown over his pajamas, the gay.
bantering center of the group.
"Don't tell us you've been shop
ping already! The day after
your wedding!" said Chet, looking
at Byrd curiously. His eyes
saying; that he couldn't bejieve it
of her, oi all people!
"Not so slow, eh, papa?" said
Tiny. ; winking at Fred. "Come
on, let's see what you've been
hanging Ion Larry," continued
Tiny, delightedly.. "I hope It's a
"Oh, I'd rather not," said
Larry sent her a sharp glance.
which carried a world of disap
India had already opened the
boxes, and was holding out the
dresses for everybody's inspection.
Something like a tiny smile swept
her face. One glance at them,
as she held them high above her
head, turned Larry's face purple.
"They're real sweet I" warbled
Tiny, ! in her most conventional
Byrd could see by their exprea
sions ; that there was something
terribly wrong with them. India
had turned her back to Byrd, and
was laying them out on the bed.
Eyrd felt her ridicule through her
shoulder ! blades.
Byrd hurried over to the bed
and, sweeping up the garments,
carried them In one armful to
the closet, and dumped them ig
nominously on the floor. Teara
of chagrin smarted in her eyes.
She knew If she had spent ser
eral hundred dollars on them, they
would have been extravagantly ad
mired. Of course the price marks
were plainly visible as the tags
dangled from them. Twenty-five
dollars apiece. She wouldn't give
them the satisfaction of knowing
that they had been higher priced.
You got lost in the shuffle last
night, didn't you. Larybird?"
asked Fred, laughing. "Come on. I
ten as where yon put in the rest
of the night If yon don't, some
one else will!"
"Why,! I left quite early." Byrd
admitted. Innocently. "I got aw
fully tired and went to bed. I
don't know where Larry was. He
stayed somewhere all night."
There was a simultaneous
as the most amasing Incident of
the whole evening.
Gosh almighty!" Fred was say
ing, completely overcome at in
tervals by paroxysms ot laughter.
"I hadn't seen Tiny around for
about two hours and thought I'd
better see If she was sick or
somethin. I asked everybody if
thwv had seen her. Nobody naa.
Then I sure got worried, and Chet
here Joined me In quieti searcn.
And where do you think we
found her?" Fred looked tri
umphantly around the room. Ev
erybody started to guess.j
"All tucked away in bed,"
.nuitd India. !
"TJtrtina- n n and down in the
oiAvators." said Larry. '
"Nope! Sitting on the! floor In
the corner of a clothes closet with
all the clothes Pulled down
around her head. She j thought
she was in bed and trying to pull
up the covers':
Fred continued to laugn up
roariously. No matter what per
feetly ridiculous thing Tiny did,
it always amused him.; in nis
eves, she was the cleverest wo
man In the world. i
;Oh, Fred, now whatj did you
go and tell for? You promised
you wouldn'tl You crossed your
heart on It! I think you re nor
rld." . !
Tiny pouted for a minute and
then suddenly brightened at the
thought that she actually had
done an original stunt. I
"I've got an; Idea!" she cried.
"The next time we have! a party.
1's each of us imitate some one
else who's had a jag on and see
if the others can guess who It Is
and when It happened!"'!
India got up and swayed. She
tired easily of Tiny.
"I- haven't had a thing to eat
all day. Let's suggest to Larry
that he order a little food," she
began to dance an intricate step
toward Larry, making a i graceful
and sinuous figure as she pre
tended to be dancing before the
occupant i-of a throne from whom
she was begging favors. In a
low roice she chanted, "Food, oh
India began slowly wth rhyth
mic motion. as If the action , was
slowed up by a movie lens. The
langonrous twistlngs and turnings
made Byrd decide that there was
some ot the black blood cult run
ning is her reins, her body ris
ing and falling like a slender dark
flame culminating In the smokjr
point of black head.
She danced withbeautlful sym
metry, finish and grace. Even
while there was something tiger
lshly sensuous about the studied
movements, she seemed at the
same time a slender, lovely and
chaste figure. She seemed (ob
livious of everyone but Larry.
With all her easy freedom, her
laxy.and effortless activity, she
seemed to be carrying out some
Byrd suddenly felt that India
could break her with one crush
ing, reflex motion of those slen
der, grasping, cruel hands. Hands
that wotaM look' dainty if blood
were dripping from them.
Three waiters bustled in with
tables which were quickly set up
and spread with shining silver
and white linen. They brought
in a variety of relishes and hors
d'oeuvres and more ice and bot
tles. Everybody was hungry.
Fred's eyes gleamed as he saw the
variety and quantity of food.
"Look's like we'll put the kitch
en out or business, " ne saia,
laughingly, as he tucked his nap-
kn under bis chin.
It's the only way Fred can
keep his vests clean," explained
liny, approvingly. ;
Everybody was In high humor.
In this genial mood, they let Byrd
understand that they liked her
and expected her to be one of
them. They understood that she
was a little diffident, but she'd
soon get over that. They helped
her cross this imagnary abyss by
telling her some stories of Just
They drank to the bride until
the bride was tired of hearing the
same toast over and over again.
"Slay you live long and proper
I 'mean prosper!" said Jack,
smiling meaningly in her direc
tion. "We're strong for the
bride. Why don't we all chase
down to White Sulphur Springs
with the. happy couple?"
We might go at that." paid In
dia, lazily, darting a swift glance
at Larry. "Would you invite
Sure thing. Come on down
tonight on the honeymoon ex
press." replied Larry, smiling at
her coolly, challengingly, his fa
mous smile that showed all his
white teeth like a white stream
er across the dark coloring of his
It was approaching train time
and Byrd felt uneasy. They had
their packng still to do. The tele
phone rang and Larry answered
"Some little mix-up on my bill;
I'll Just run down to the office
and settle it," he explained. He
'When the check comes.
sign it and here's a tip. Tell the
boys to divide it." -
When the check came Byrd
was horrified to see that it was al
most ninety dollars. She glanced
aver the items and found several
mistakes, but she signed It neyer
theless. As she laid the green
back on the check, she noticed it
araa a ten dollar, bill.
At the last moment, the crowd t
compromised on the matter of ac
companying' the bridal couple to
White Sulphur Springs by going
to the train. There were hilar
Byrd leaned against the win
dow'; waving her hands amid the
profusion of roses that filled the
room, throwing kisses as the train
started to move. Suddenly she
noted Larry's absence and decid
ed to Join him In the vestibule.
But he was. nowhere In sight.
A hand 'seemed to hold her
throat in a vice-like grip. ''What
in the world will I do if he's mis
sed the train?" she thought
(To Be Continued!
For Dinner This Evenings
Special Sunday dinner. 1. 00 at
the Marion hotel today.
Have You-Eaten ;."
At the "Waffle Bungalow" 1S
N. High? Try our late supper.
a a a a
Special Chicken Dinner Today
And home made salads. State
Special Chicken Dinner
50 cents at the Argo.
Special Chicken Dinner
At the: Home Restaurant. SOc
At Coffey's Cafe. 165 S. Liber
ty. Chicken dinner SOc
Fried or : Fricasseed
Chicken dinner at the Red Lan
tern, 5 miles south on highway,
5-9, -p. m. Dancing.
A Dinner That Will Melt
In your mouth. Central Rest.
Today and Monday at the Gray
Served au day at the Spa. -
If Bladder Weakness. Getting
Up Nights, Backache. Burning or
Itching Sensation, leg '.or groin
ains make you feel old, tired, pep
less, and worn out why not mae
the tystex 48 Hour Test? Don't
give 'up. Get Cystex today at any
drug, store. Put it to a 48 hour
test. Mopey back if you don't soon
feel like new. full of pep. sleep
well, with pains alleviated. Try
Cystex today. Only 60c.
PERRY'S DRUG STORE
"The Rexall Store"
115 South Commercial
We have two 1026 Ford Tour
ing cars that are in A-l condi
tion in ; every way, well
equipped, good rubber, finish
like new and a asnap for f ISO.
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While they last
VIBBERT & TODD
101 South High Tel. 3112
Nor. 14 8:15 p.m.
50c, 7$c, $1.00, $1.50, 2.00
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You'll think what others think-that we're politely m the Jorwt ending to
your needs with intelligence and politeness, and ibwyw if J" E
printing service that is bound to please. Truly, this is YOUR kind of drug stow.
The five day old son of Mr. and
Mrs. N. O. D. Boissler, 14 S N.
14th 'street. Services were held
at tUSO Saturday at CItyvIew
cemetery with the Rev. H. D.
Chambers of ficlatinc. . C 1 o u s It
Huston company in charge.
If Bladder Weakness, Getting
Up Nights, Backache, Burning or
Itching Sensation, leg or . groin
pains make you feel old, tired,
pepless, and worn out why not
make the Cystex 48 Hour Test?
Don't give up. Get Cystex today
at any drug store. Put it to a 48
hour test. Money back if you don't
soon feel like new, full - of pep,
sleep well, -with pains alleviated.
Try Cystex today. Only Oe.
CAPITAL DRUG STORE
-. Stat A Liberty, Salem, Ore.
iMtftr Yellow Female
E. B. FLAKE
DR. R. T. BOALS
Physician and Surgeon
has resumed practice at 407
First Natl. Bank Bid g.
Phone 120 Ree. Phone 3452
John J. Rottle
415 State St.
Expert Shoe Fitter
Office Phone 125 Res. 20C1
Drj F. Don Baylor
Osteopathic Physician and Sur
geon, General Surgery and
Offices 304 Oregon Bldg.
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Thom'peon-Glat-ch Optical Co.
- 1 110 W, Ooaml St.
Dr. Edith V. Witzsl
Osteopathic Physician cad Ba.r-I
geon. ! speeialuss la diseases of
j women and children
: Of flee 42S Oregon Bldg. :
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