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Mend Director Here Harry
Ho. funeral director of Leb-
nam Uan county, was a fraternal
raUer Monday at the Clough-Hua-toiii
nompany. Mr. Howe was an
eiiiflloy of the old Webb and
Ciough company here for three
years, leering two years ago to
fro- into businesg'.for himself. He
U a Brother of Mrs. Walter Kirk
of tlii eity.
Together Planned A pot.
I-h dinner will be held; at the
Fir: Presbyterian church Wed
nay evening, beginning at 630
o'- ltwlr,. when a welcome will be
extended to all new members of
fb chnrch and a general get-to-gWBer-
enjoyed. An interesting
p -dRTam is being prepared and
foilrtnring it phases of Sunday
school and church work will be
NtlArencjr To Come Request
f -fie name of some "alrminded"
In Salem has been received
chamber of commerce from
th TeHow Air Lines, Inc. of Spo.
Wash. -The company wishes
ttabllsh an agency for the Cur-ti-
Robin cabin monoplane. The
r-xjaeat has been referred 'to the
E-?rty Aeronautical school.
Taken to Hospital Mrs. David
thiane, 1090 Norway, was taken
t th Salem General hospital
IKoaday. She has been ill for
motive time and was only recently
taJu to her home following treat
ment at a local hospital. With no
Improvement in her condition, she
Tiii again removed, to a hospital.
ffcanoe In Portland Today Miss
Elizabeth Waters and George
Birrel. local adagio dancers and
pupils of Mrs. Ralph White, will
dance before' the Portland Break-
fa f dub this morning at S
olock. The program will be
broadcast by radio station KGW.
littdge to Make Call The K. of
P. lodge has been invited to meet
with the lodge at Dallas for lir
rjrnlar meeting tonight. A good
dHseatlon is expected to make the
triTie Independence lodge will
"ith the locals a week from
jghter to Greens Word has
Ma1Bceivod in Salem telling of
th Mrth of a daughter in Cor
ral! Saturday to Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Green. Mrs. Green will be
rtalld as Miss Mildred Cochran,
daughter of Mrs. W. H. Cochran
PrvmatAl Clans Today The class
In rrenatal and Infant care con
dwrtd Rt the Salem health center.
4" 4 North High street, will meet
tht afternoon at 3 o'clock. Con
siderable Interest la being shown
In this class, which all women are
InrUetf to attend.
TM( in Portland Mrs. O. A.
Nv and daughter. Miss Doris,
weri Funday visitors in Portland.
Tbpy were accompanied by Mrs.
Jirt-'m daughter. Mrs. Loenard
Satbwell. who will remain here
fr the week.
Hrrr From Hilverton Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Domogalla and family
were here from Silverton Sunday,
summoned by the Illness of hlr
father. Frank O. Domogalla, 560
Mlvertonian Bankrupt Word
a 1 a T71 Tl
rparhed here aionoay mi
A Silverton auto dealer, nas
ttTVartlcles of bankruptcy in rea-
nrt in roriiana. laoimma
at $18.91 8. OS ana ase-
Mini Clinics Today Dr. Ea
m Drunk of the Marion county
rhld health demonstration wiu
hld dental clinics at Mahony. St.
Lowbi. Fairfield. Kldrtedge and
Twfam Ahet Mm. Mar Jo.
rt- Preble and Mlas Ethelwynne
Mrrtcm. teachers in the high
Vnl. were unable to. report for
Has Monday. Mrs. Preble will
at her desk again this morn
far but Miss Murton will not re
tarn nntll Wednesday.
iMomIh Weekmd Here Mis'
T-s Zimmerman, home econoju
fr. tocher in the Carlton higb
a-hool. was a week end soest of
Vim Vernita Herren of the Per
rft iatiior high home economic
Afoal Tryont Tod-v Tryoat,
f; th managerial staff of the
Clsri. bieh school yearbook, will
U bW thi morning, announces
Robert Needham. manager.
firm Fined R- J, Effer a wa
fiaM 5 in municipal court Mon
Jr falling to stop at r
t street inieraw-.
nvnn Xewnort Burl
rtnWc tj1 J nun ri I c i i d ui -
. ww vl XTa
Wt registered at the Marior
j.v,rrilt Here J. M. Snider.
Iteflford creameryman and dalry-
Biaa. Is a business visitor ,in me
lMd Daily Kirapt Mpnday by
s tat r man PubltsJjtng Co.
, 215 Bo. Commercial St.
Vbr of th
Tb jUioHtd Pre U clut'Tcl
KtitWd to Xh for poblictt on of
,;i iipa.tcbM crodiUd to it or
rot thorwiso ei4tto la this papor
4 oioo to tho local bow publish
PeiHe Cooat Baprolaliv
KpUrPortlaad; Sharas? Bls.. Saa
I fal&taeo: 911 WMtara) Poeitio Bids,
vbsim. '; : '
tMmnt M tha Peat Orfiao .ia Salaaa.
- Ofroa, aa a alaaa avattac
grmacXIFTXOaT KATIS i
Man aacrltlaa Xataa,.nt AaVvaaaa
VTitaia OaoM: .Dallv aaj SaaCay,
J iM. &0 ram la; S Ma. Silica Ma.
fii Mac $4.00. Klaaabar. 9
jlJvar Mo. at 5.00 far 1 year te
By Otty Oarrtor
aata-a aeath; 45.50 a year 1s
x liasRCfDau Jjdre loo oiron
George Harris and Charles Rog
ers. Salem high school boys, are
two enthusiastic, followers of the
school's basketball destinies. In
fact, they are. or were tod en
thusiastic. Anyway, they were dis
missed from school Monday morn
ing for going to Astoria Friday to
watch the week-end games there.
Principal J. C. Nelson had warned
the boys that their, place was in
Delegato Appointed C A.
Rice, superintendent of schools in
Portland, has been appointed by
George Hug, Salem school super
intendent, to represent the north
west association at the convention
of the National Association of Of
ficers of Regional Standardization
agencies in Cleveland, Ohio, Feb
ruary 27. Mr. Rice will cover the
department of superintendence.
Mr. Hug Is president of the north
Husser Wins $1430 The Jury
in the damage action brought by
Louia Husser against Claude Mc
Klnney returned a verdict for the
plaintiff in the sum of $1436 here
late Monday. The action was
based on an auto crash that oc
curred on the highway Just south
of West Salem in Polk county
last summer. One of McKinney's
fuel trucks figured in the crash.
Medics From Portland Dr.
William Lee Bishop, editor of the
Portland Medical Journal, and
Clyde C. Foley, secretary of the
city and county medical associa
tion, arrived in Salem fromPort ,
land Monday night and are 'stop
ping at the Marion while attend
ing professional interests.
Has Fin Relapse Frank O. Do
mogalla, 560 Capitol street, is
quite seriously ill at his home, following-
a relapse of the influenza.
Mr. Domogalla, who Is 77 years
old, first took the flu two months
ago and following a long siege
was apparently recovering nicely
until the relapse. He is a retired
Marion county farmer.
To Adttress Class Dr. Vernon
A. Douglas will talk today on
"Communicable Disease" before
the home nursing claca which Miss
Benlta Stroud conducts at Aurora
each Tuesday. He will conduct
toxin-antitoxin clinics at Kelzer
and Mission Bottom Wednesday.
A isits Parents Here Millar Mo
Gilchrist, assistant attorney gen
aral with headquarters in Wash
ngton, D. C. left Monday for
Portland and Seattle after spend
ng two days here with his par
jnts, Mr. and Mrs. William McGU
chrlst. Sr. The visitor had beer
in San Francisco to attend appel
High School Alieoul Enroll
ment in the senior high school at
the end of the school month las.
Friday was 1219, just 13 ahead oi
the Bame tlmg a year ago. Prin
cipal J. C. Nelson reports. Enroll 1
nent is already ahead of the final
igurcs la&t year, with it probable
nother 10 or 12 pupils will reg--ster.
Mill Stuck In Mud Reports
that-a portable sawmill was "stuck
n the mud of a county road in the
Victor Point district took Countj
Commissioner John Porter, Dep
uty County Roadmaster Johnson
md Deputy Sheriff Bert Smith to
hat region Monday. Arrests will
be made if it ia found that any
lamage to the road has resulted
,'roffl the efforts to move the mill
Thornton Fined L. Thornton
was fined $10 in municipal court
Monday on a charge of reckleat
lrlvtng. He was originally charged
with hit-and-run driving, but it
was found that the other machin
tlnvolved in the collision had
Visit from Independence Mr.
tnd. Mrs. O. E. Martin were guest;
"unday of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
'harlton at the latters' home on
125 North 20th street. They are
esldents ol independence wnere
intil recently Mr. Martin was
h!ef of police.
Mortiraare Foreclosure Fore
-loanra broceedinr aaralnst R. B.
Reinhart and Ila Relnhart were
Vrun tn 9rcuit court here Mon
day by A. S. Campbell and Lula
E. Campbell. The sum of I257r
In Han Francisco F. G. Decka
bach is in San Francisco attend-
ng the annual meeting of the Pa
cific Coast Poultrymen's assocla-
ion. 'Mr. Deckabach left Salem
Saturday and will return early
Kpreding (liarged K. E. Wen
er was fined $10 in municipal
court Monday on a charge of
speeding. H. J. Judge of Astoria
was arrested Sunday night on a
Too Many in Seat Frederick
Kurts, Salem route 8, was arrest
ed early Sunday morning .on a
charge of driving an automobile
with four persons in the driver's
Snea on Notes Action to col
lect two notes, one for $572.45
and the other for $400, was begun
in circuit etourt here Monday by
the Business Men's Adjustment
company against A. L. DaMoude.
Driver Finrd Evaristo Alvares
of Albany was fined $20 and had
his driver's license ausended for
30 days when he appeared In jus
tice court Monday to answer a
charge of reckless driving.
Millers In City F. O. Miller
and O. O. Miller, of the Miller
chain of department stores, - are
in Salem from Portland en has
ness In connection with the local
store. .. r.
Or. Rnssell In Silvorton Dr.
Edward Lee Russell of the coun.
ty health demonstration will go to
Silverton this afternoon : to. con
dnct a clinic at the health center
there. " "
Visit Panlsens Mr. and Mrs.
N. Paulsen of Portland were San
day visitors at the home of their
son and daaghtsr-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs." Earl Paulsen. - r ' -
Better Distribution of Tax
Only Hope Says Senator
Miller to Chamber
The. present financial embarass
ment of Oregon is not due' to un
wise governmental expenditure
can be made in any appreciable
degree. - . : '
- With bisic assertion; Ssnator
Ed Miller of Grants Pae proceed
ed to outline to the chamber of
commerce Monday noun his pro
posed sales tax : which he char
acterized as a measure raising so
small a unit revenue that the bur
den would not be passed to the
customer and yet a measure which
provides more than one million I
dollars in revenue for the state.
Sales Levies Small
Miller declared that labor and
business interests would not op
pose his tax because the levies
were exceedingly small. Charges
on gross business would range
from one-tenth to three-tenths of
one per cent of gross sales, de
pending on the type of business
In addition to explaining his
sales tax. Miller outlined the tax
relief program being considered
by the legislature. This Included,
he said, equalization by counties
of assessment, a measure now be
fore the governor, supervision of
local bond issues by a state com
mission, an excise tax to provide
revenue from banks and an In
G. L. Losh representing the for
ward movement campaign of Wil
lamette university pointed out the
financial and moral advantages
accruing, to Salem from having the
university here. He urged business
men to stand squarely back of the
movement to raise $100,000 here,
saying that $3 48, t) 00 of new cap
ital would come into Salem, in ad
dition to this amount, if the drive
were successfully completed.
Subject oi Lecture
For High Misses
Miss Fern A. Gonldlng, super
visor of nursing service with the
Marion county child health dem
DDstration, will lecture on "Per
sonal Hygiene" before the Jeffer
son high school girls this after
noon at 2 o'clock. Thursday she
will lecture before the Mt. Angel
normal school girls on "Health
Education." Monday afternoon she
-poke on "Personal Hygiene" be
'ore the high school girls at Wood-
jurn and Silverton.
Be Given Social
A "Newcomers' Social" will 6e
featured by the three adult classes
of the First Presbyterian church
t the, social hall of the church
Wednesday evening, February 20.
A special program is being arran
ged with talks by several of those
new to Salem The effort is di
rected to help those who are new
to get acquainted with the church
members who have been here
longer. The "pot luck supper" Is
marked for 6:30 p. m.
SILVERTON, Feb. 18. (Spe
cial) Mrs. 8. H. Bennett and
imall daughter, Dorothy, spent
Tueeday at the home of Mrs. Ben.
lett's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Vfcllwain of Salem, in honor of
Mrs. Mcllwain's birthday annivers
ary. Find lit
Vforlght Health Service '
Moved, into their new location
Cottage at State.
And repairing Olese-Power
Furniture Co. '
Every night :0 to t at tht
Save Money at Breier's
25th anniversary sale.
Of furniture on Friday. 1:30 p.
m. of the furnishings of Dr. Ans
ley G. Bates home at 985 N. Win
ter. F.-N. Woodry. auctioneer.
Eat at O'l-eary's-
Wbere good food is served.
Save Money at Breier's
25th anniversary sale.
Dr. J. Harry Moran
Now located in his new treating
rooms. Cottage at State.
Old Time Dance Crystal Gardens
Every Wed. and Sat. night.
Producers, Cannery Stock
For' sale. Special discount for
quick sale. Phone 634.
Wed. Mellowmoon. 2 ten niece
bands. Gents 50c; Ladies 25c. -
High Gnse Auction Today -
. fffaf N. Cottae-e SL. 1:30 B.m.
piaao, phonograph, Westiaghonse
El. range. EU washer, .3 piece mo
hair davenport suite, rugs. etc.
tillverton Minister Here The
Rev. Thomas Hardie, pastor of the
First Methodist church of Silver
ton, was a Monday visitor In the
city, remaining over until today.
Repair Planned J. A. Brown
took out a permit Monday to make
repairs on. a dwelling , at 2205
Laurel avenue at a cost of $200.
! Soloist Here
, ' " I ;
i .. ' I
Mrs. John B. Hnnler of. WaTLa
Walls, Wash., who is assisting
Mr. Hunley, pastor of the Central
Christian church there. In a ser
!es of special meetings at the First
Christian church in Salem.
LIFE OF E. V. HOUSEfl
Resolutiens on the death of Eric
V. Hauser of Portland and his be
quest of $100,000 to Willamette
University were adopted by the
university board of trustees in the
mid-year assembly in Portland,
copies of which have just been
High tribute Is paid to the char
acter of Mr. Hauser In the resolu
tion and the trustees record "their
verv era at annreclatlon of Mr.
Hanger's personal life and Influ
ence; their encouragement to con
tinue support of this oldest school
west of the Rocky mountains by
the seal of approval which Mr.
Hauser has placed upon it by De
questing to it $100,000, pledging
themselves to perpetuate the name
Eric V. Haueer, Sr., in the annals
of the institution in connection
with this great gift of endow
Mm. Anna "Mtinn. 85. died at
i local hospital February 17. Be
sides her daughter. Mrs. t. a
tJndsav of Portland., she is sur
vived by two sisters, Mrs. R. J
Bowen and Mrs. Kate Rothernel
both of Pennsylvania. The body
ihlpped by Clough-Huston s tc
Portland for funeral services anc
Julia Showerman, at the family
home, 2035 Maple street, Febru
ary 17, at the age of 89 years
She is survived by a grandson
Ralnh Wlndman of Salem and a
brother, David Smith, of Rlckro
all, -and 15 nieces and nephews
Funeral services from Clongh
Huston chapel Tuesday at 1:3C
o'clock with the J lev. Sims Jr
:harge. Interment Cityview ceme
James Ferrell, 68. died Febru
ry 17 at Brooks. Survived by a
brother, George Ferrell, Brooks,
and a niece, Mrs. Virgil Loomis,
also of Brooks. Funeral servicer
Wednesday at 1:30 at Clough
Huston chapel. Interment I. O.
O. F. cemetery.
Funeral services were held Mon
day at the Clough-Huston chapel
for Edward N. Shanks who died
Saturday at the home ia'Lacomh
at the age of 48 years, He is sur
vived by his widow and the follow
ing brothers.' H. F. Shanks. Sa
lem; J. A. Shanks, Lacomb; M. D.
Shanks, Lebanon; Harold Shanks
Aberdeen, Wash.; Basil and Burl
Shanks, Lacomb; also a sister,
Mrs. Bernice Stedman of Lacomb
and a grandson, Donald Stedman.
At tha "residence of her daugh
ter, at Rainier. Oregon, on Feb
ruary 18, Luctnda Gordea Hall
diet. She was formerly a
resident of Salem Heights.
The remains will arrive in Salem
Thursday under the care of the
Terwllliger funeral home. An
nouncement of funeral will be
made at a later date.
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MT. CREST ABBEY
IXOTD T. RIODOJf, Umgr.
West Salem News
By LOU THOMPSON - . Phone 417-W
Mr. and Mrs. Rsy Ferguson
were the motif for a farewell and
good-wish party, given by twenty
five or thirty of their friends at
their home Friday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Ferguson left for Cor
rallis Sunday where they will, as
sume positions at the orphanage.
Mrs. Ferguson will be matron in
one of the boys cottages and Mr.
Ferguson will have charge of the
More Chance For
Sunshine, Due to
Clear weather or rains are pre
dicted for the next few days in
the Salem district with the possi
bilities of rain less than those for
sunshiny days. An area of low
pressure is moving In this direc
tion with the prevailing north
west winds but is not expected to
cross this part of the valley.
Overcoats were abandoned Mon
day and raincoats and " galoshes
negJoted. ' Clear spring ekies
greeted- all who got out In the
morning but by the middle of the
afternoon the sky was partially
Dog" Bill Sent
Out For Re-Draft
Held Too Drastic
The legislative "dog bill" as
house bill 455 Is known, will not
hav its day for a short while,
since it was sent back to the com
mittee, when it came up on Mon
day. This is the measure aimed to
stop slaughter of sheep and other
livestock by dogs, but the present
provisions of the bill are deemed
entirely too drastic by some mem
bers. It is planned to revise the bill
3omewhat In the committee, so
that the farmers may get protec
tion, yet give the canines a chance.
The present bill would practically
mean that no dog, licensed or un
licensed, could be out after sun
down, and It also Imposes what
are deemed heavy license fees.
Wltaoot a pa ration ar loaa of Uata.
S19 OffcfH. Bls. -
Fcb. 19 th.
1:30 P. M.
860 N. Cottage
1 Bosh and Lane plane, 1
console Vlctrela and records,
1 Westlngheose auteatatte eL
range, like new; 1 ermtaffed
mfltietr davenport, reeker and
arm chair. 1 wahzat daveat
pert table, 1 walnat dining
table and walnat and leath
er seated dinars, I WllUa
rag 9x1 fringed ends, like
1 Ax. rag i 9x12. goad;
1 hrass bed.
spring and mattress 1
lvery eniffenler . and dresser.
1 White drep-bead sewing
machine, geed; 1 Eureka
eleetrie sweeper with at-'
taehmenta, like new; 1 scalar
chest, 1 chad's bed. 1 feather
mattress. 1 breakfast table,
1 medicine chest, 1 fir desk. 1
oak taberette and fern, foot
stool, fancy , pillow, dell
boggy, dishes, K. otenaUs.
ahwtnam ware. It gal. crack.
Ugfat jWb, eleetrie Iran, 3
trans, looking glass, meat
chopper, slop Jar, ironing
board, camp bed and pad, 5
gat. keg. Ice cream frocaar, s
let of fruit and jolly, aats.
sherd, axe, hot: water tank
stand, lawn mower, enrtaia
stretchers, boys wagon, sack
cement and sand, towel rack,,
garden rake, scooter, work
beach and, vice, and many
other articles. Terms cash.
Sals rain or shine It wffl be
ceeafortable for everybody.
The hoose will bo open to the
nubile on day of sale only,
by roanest from the owner.
T. K Barnard
F. N. Woodry
Salem's old Reliable
Auctioneer In charro
Residence and Store
119 N. Summer St.
Cash Paid for Used
WILLAMETTE VALLEY TRANSFER
; -. Portland-Salem Twice Daily
Front and Trade 6U. - . , " 1 Phono 1400
..- : ... Becoming. Effect! re March. 1, 1119 - ik
-' ADDITIONAL SERVICE
' 1 Jefferson, Albany CorvaHis, Eugene
Also coevtinned serrice to all points oonth of Salem,
. : v ..- Aahlaocj and way points . .. , i
-v - Polly Sorrico to Aboro Towns
CaU 1400 For Information v ! :
L. It. Sloper was a business vis.
itor in Lebanon last week, return-!
Ing home that evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lee Bar
goyne have returned home from
their honeymoon spent In various
places in California. Mrs. Bnr
goyne was Marie Fox, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Conrsd Fox of
West Salem. The Burgoynes will
make their home in Salem. - !
Tonight ia the city election for
the issuing ofK waterand sewer
William Schllts of Salem was a
Sunday evening gnest at the home
of' Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Fox.
Mrs. R. Weathers is quite III
and has been confined to her bed
for the past few days.
The Rev. Erickson of the Luth.
eran church gave a Sunday school
party Friday evening. The time
was enjoyably spent playing games
and later refreshments were serv
ed; Attending from . West Salem
were Lydla Fox. Molly Fox. Don
Welzel and Jacob -Fox.
, Mrs. S. L. Keezel of Corvallla
aoent last week vfsitlne with her
sister Mrs. S. L. Burk. Sunday Mr.
and Mrs. Burk motored to Cor
vallts leaving Mrs. Keezel at her
home. The Burks returned by way
of DaHas. stopping for a visit with
Mrs. Bark's niece, Mrs. G. C.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rlffey and fam
ily have moved Into Mrs. Becket's
homo on the hill. Mr. Riffey is the
manager for the Brophy hop yard.
Foley's Honey and Tar Com-
Dound quickly stops coughs, heals
inflamed tissues, and, without ef
fort, raises phlegm, clearing the
throat of Irritating mucus. No
:holoroform to dry up natural
ind necessary secretions. NO
iDiatea to constipate a superior
blend of pure pine tar, fresh laxa
tive honey, together with other
"ough- and tissue heallnx Ingredi
ents. Insist upon FOLEY'S, the
original Honey and Tar om
jound, and accept no other. .Ask
your druggist, tapuai ums ouum.
ABOUT LOCAL OR RASTRRK
Oregon Electric Ky.N
Willamette Valley Lino aof
We will be glad to go to
your place and pay the
full value. We want
Rags, Paper, Metal,' Etc.
820 N. Commercial
Doctor's Prescription Relieves
Without Harmful Drugs
Almost instant relief for coughs
is now guaranteed In the use of
a famous physician s prescription
called Thoxine which contains no
chloroform or dope. It works on
an entirely different principle.
has a double action, relieves the
irritation and goea direct to the
internal cause not reached by
cough syrups and patent medi
cines. The very first swallow us
Thoxlno Is pleasant and safe
for the whole family. Also excel
lent 'for sore throat. Quick relief
guaranteed or your money back.
3 (a, COc, and $1.00. Sold by
Perry's and all other good drug
Instant Relief ;
Made in our own
The Original Yellow" Front .
Drag Store -y-l:
1SS X. ComT. St. Phone 107
Grade and High Schools Will
Each Hold Competitive
Affair on April 19
The annual Marion county
speaking contest sponsored by the
connty principals' association will
be held at be Engene Field audi.
torfum In Silverton. April 19. be
ginning at" S o'clock, according to
announcements of the contest re
ceived here. N
The contest will be in two divi
sions, one for the high schools.
snd one for the grade schools,
each district being permitted to
enter one contestant in each.' A
gold medal, silver medal and
"honorable mention." will be
awarded in each division.
Names of all school representa
tives should be submitted to Wil
liam W. Fox. rural school super
visor, before April 6.
High school entrants must pre
pare an oration of their own on
any snbjeet. delivery of which will
require 10 minutes.. Three copies
of this must be in the hands of
Mr. Fox on Or before April 6 that
the judges may determine the val
ue of content and structure. Grade
school contestants will be allowed
Finest Torlc reading lenses fit
ted to your eyes at the above
We also Insure your glasses
against breakage the only
firm In Salem extending this
splendid FREE Service. Exam
HQ N. Commercial St. .
"At the Sign of the Spex"
ity upon us for making all or
part of your investments.
A thousand dollars or more
is sufficient to start with. More
mayb? added at any time.
Ladd & Bush Trust Co.
enables you to make
,an endless variety of
foods Cakes. Cook'
ies. Biscuits. Dough'
j3?5jj nuts, etc
raised and properly
baked. Try it and
learn why it 4
'i ' IAKI8
E I fe.trvMft avnJCIEn
SALES 2H TIMES THOSE
We have a select assortment of Tally cards, place card
and Favors for your party. .' , : ; . .
:-r-!rk . '.';; ri 7 y?
.Also Dennison Crepe paper for your decorations and
crepe paper napkins for the luncheon. 1 -
Commercial Book Store
163 N. Court SL
tire minutes to give a reading of
their choosing. "
Both divisions will be judged on
the basis of memory, voice, stagn
appearance and effectiveness.
Rules also stipulate that no spe
cial costumes will be allowed, all
prompting or other assistance on
or off the stage Is barred, and no
musical accompaniment will be
; Speeder Finel Joseph A. John
ston. 1025 North 15th street, was
fined $5 in municipal court Mon
day on a charge of speeding.
A late 1028 Pontine four
door sedan equipped with Love
Joy shock bumpers, has been
driven bnt a few miles, like new
in every respect, is n snap at
The House That Service Built"
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trust will place
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.' Telephone 64.