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The OREGON STATESMAN. Satan, Oregon, Sunday Morning, May 4, 1930
Camp Still Quiet Business at!
the muincipal anto camp has been
decidedly slow so far this spring,
reports H. S. Poisal. superintend
ent. However, Mr. Poisal reports
that during the warm day last
week as high as 10 cars a day
registered at the camp. He ex
pects the businses to be slow until
weather conditions are more, set
tled and until the close of. the
school year. Two or three tour
ists are in the camp most of the
time now. At the present time.
Mr. Poisal and his assistant are
cleaning up the cabins and the
grounds and will shortly have
every cabin in order for the new
The Green Lantern cafe, 1326
State street, offers to the public
a 50c dinner chicken de luxe
with strawberry short cake. Prom
12 to 8 today. Quality cooking,
Berved home style. Also fountain
confections and delicatessen ser
vice. We cater to dinner parties
and afterffoon teas.
Keepsake Sought Mrs. Eric
Butler, 379 Richmond avenuer is
seeking information on the where
abouts of a brown leather purse,
picked up in front of her home
either late Friday night or early
Saturday morning, and especially
of a tiny gold coin attached to a
chain, which she valued as a
keepsake. While the purse came
to light later in the day, another
chain and pendant, keys, an ad-
Property Right Fp Asking
the court to determine the rights
in six parcels of property ag
gregating 373 acres, a suit has !
been filed in circuit court here.
Plaintiffs in the case are Herbt
W. Savage, Harriett Savage,
Helen Saucier, R. F. Saucier,
Kathryn McNulty. R. E. McNulty.
John D. Kavanaugh, Elmer ,E.
Kavanaugh, Henry J. Kavanaugh,
Katherine Kavanaugh, Anna Mc
Kay, William McKay, May Ci
Ror Sale Fairmount Hill resi
dence with a wonderful view.
Built for home by owner. A. J.
Rahn. 1510 Fairmount street,
Judge in City Judge and Mrs.
Arlie G. Walker were in Salem on
Saturday to attend the festivities
at Willamette university. Both
are graduates of the class of '19
Judge Walker presides over the
circuit court of Polk and of Yam
hill county. It is probable that
Dale Lawson, self-confessed mur
derer,, will appear before him.
Worth while values; closing out
all Curlee suits at $17.95; $22.95.
Aaron Astftl, Masonic Building on
Account Filed A supplemen
tal account in the estate of W. H.
Bvrd, deceased, was filed in pro-
j bate court Saturday. The state
ment shows that $59,059 was on
! hand in the estate before the last
Lecture Wednesday A lectura
and pictures ot old and new Jap
an will be given at the First Con
gregational church Wednesday
night at 8 o'clock. The public la
Invited and a free will offering
will be taken. Two noted speakers
S. Abe and S.- Tysuraa, recently
from Japan, will give" the pro
See the $12000 Hudson 8 chas
sis on display at State Motors,
Cheks l"p in County County
Superintendent Mary L. Fulker
son visited 1 8 schools last week In
her annual check-up on promo
tions and retentions. Friday she
was at the West Stayton, Turner,
Aumsville and Crawford schools.
At Aumsville. she found 20 stu
dents were absent on account of
Caesarean Performed A Cae
sarean section was performed on
a large Persian cat belonging to
Louis Poujade, 2405 Center street
Saturday by W. G. Morehouse and
Fred W. Lange, local veterinary
surgeons. The two kittens were
of abnormal size, and were born
Nearly Al! Branches of Rur
al Industry in State
dress book and check dook , hlfh t25.355 was
also missing. Mrs. Butler is f-;divided among the three heirs,
fering a reward for return of the i wlnifred Muriel Byrdf Donald W.
article or information leading to , fl and clarence Mecum Byrd.
their return. i
. . . . I Ballots to Be Available Sam
Wil sublet June. July and Aug- , ,e ballotg wln be placed at the
ust strictly modern four room ; -te Qf each person attending the
furnished apartment. Telephone , chamber of commerce luncheon
2126-W. Rere Mondav noon. They are to
K.y Oppose Raises-There will ! be taken home according to . the
be few increases in salaries of su- announcement made in the cham-
onH cmninv-Ps rtf the I ber s bulletin.
titate institutions tne next iew
months in case the state board of
c -trol fol'ows i he advice of State
Treasurer Kay. Kay told other
members pj the board at a meet
ing here Saturday that he was not
Fairmount hill lot for sale. Will
take good small coupe as first pay
ment. Dr. Fred Ellis.
Final Account Filed The fi
nal account in the estate of J. H
in sympathy with salary increases j (jooit, deceased, was filed in pro-
until snch time as conditions im
prove. He said the institution sala
ries compared favorably with those
In private industries, when it was
considered that most of the em
ployes reeeive their board and
bate court Saturday by Benton C.
Cook, administrator of the estate.
Benton C. Cook of Hickman,
Calif., and Faye Gushing ot Lark
spur, Calif., are the sole heirs.
Baby chicks. Special sale today
on Barred Rocks and Reds. Open
evenings. Salem Cbickeries. 264
Road Work Delayed Rain held
up work on the Breitenbush road
last week, according to C. C. Hall,
district forester at Albany, who
was in Salem Friday. He believes
the road improvements in that
section will be completed by May
Three- Held Speeding Charles
Galloway. 809 North Cottage
street; Clark Reeves, 895 Cheme
keta and A. L. Griffith, who lives
south of the city on the Pacific
highway, were arrested Saturday
by, local police on charges of
Want used furniture. Tel. 511.
Picnic Planned An "all states
and Canadian" picnic to be held
May 20 at the state fairgrounds
was planned by a committee of
representatives from various state
organizations at the Y. M. C. A.
Granted Permit Permit to
haul logs on the county roads was
granted Saturday by the court to
Olin C. Harbaugh, truck opera
tor, who lives at 832 Highland
i Administrator Discharged
i Havine fulfilled all his duties as
Service Held I'p Funeral serv- j administrator of the estate of
i-.-es for Isaac D. Whitney, age 77, iriien Hansen, deceased, Paul C.
who died Saturday morning at the i.Hansen was ordered discharged
home- of his nephew, O. L. Whit- by judge John Siegmund in coun
ney, are being held up pending j ty court Saturday,
word from a daughter, Mrs. J. L.
P.arron, who lives in Girard. Penn. i Boys Released Lester Wilson
Mr. Whitnev had lived here but a land Joe Rennet, two Salem youths
little more "than a vear, however, j who plead guilty this week to
his newphew, who lives on Salem theft of garden tools, were re
route one, is well known here, t leased Saturday from the county
! jail where they had been held for
For Sale Shoe Shine bhop, in j geyeral days.
Count is Given Names count
ed in the census on April 30 total
ed 1,118,367 of which were from
Salem, 745 from Marion county,
144 from Polk. 44 from Tillamook
and 175 from Yamhill.
Virtually every branch of Ore
gon's rural industry la represent
ed by members of the agricultural
advisory commission appointed by
Governor Norblad here Saturday.
The purpose of the committee
is to conduct an investigation of
agricultural problems, and report
any recommendations that it may
deem advisable prior to the 1931
legislative session. These recom
mendations, if approved by Gov
ernor Norblad, will be incorporat
ed in his message to the legis
Meetings will be held in various
sections of the state in carrying
out the commissions program.
Particular attention will be given
to production and marketing
Members of the commission
Paul V. Maris, Corvallis, di
rector of extension service, Ore
gon State college: Seymour Jones,
state market agent; Frank L.
Ballard, Corvallis, state leader
county agents; J. D. Mickle, state
dairy and food commissioner; R.
W. Gill. Portland, Gill Brothers
Seed company; Herman Chind-
gren, Colton, chairman of the
agricultural committee house of
representatives; O. M. Plummer,
manager Pacific International
George Angell, Portland, repre
tentative Oregon Farmer; George
Pahniter, master state grange; A
R. Shumway, Milton, member ex
ecutive committee Farmers'
Union and legislative committee
state grange: IT. Eilers. Aurora,
flax grower; Ambrose Brownell,
Milwaukie, poultryman; R. A
Ward, manager Pacific Coopera
tive Wool Growers'; Carl Haber
lach, manager Tillamook Cooper
ative Creamery association: Sid
ney Miller, dairyman, prseiaent
Oregon Jersey Cattle club; Max
Gehlar, Polkunty, cherry grow
er; Charles Trunk. Newberg. fil
bert and walnut grower;- John
Withycombe, Arlington; B. L.
Harlow, Eugene, prune grower;
L. H. McBee, Dallas, president
Oregon Farmers' Union; Herman
Lafky, Canby, agriculturist, edu
cator and prominent in farm or
Dowell club chorus directed by
Forest W. Gaw and with Eleanor
The program for Saturday will
be given by children to the num
ber of several hundred and will
represent nearly every organiza
tion working with children.
Participating groups in this are
the Sacred Heart academy; ryth
mical kindergarten. Mrs. Marion
Mulkey, director; numbers from
White's School for the Dance;
Camp Fire group, led by Mrs. W.
J. Minkiewitx and Berdell Sloper;
rythmic orchestra from the Musi
cal Kindergarten, Mrs. Frank Lil-
burn director; Girl Scouts; Bar
bara Barnes school of Profession
al Dancing; Salem public school
chorus, director Gretchen Kream
er; girls choral class of Sacred
Heart academy; union Sunday
school chorus, Rev. Earl Cochran.
List Announced in Connec
tion With Special Week;
Titles Are Listed
Politics Not to Be Mingled
"With Highway Policies .
FIMY IS BEGUN
Eaicm, goVd location. Tel. 637.
Services Given The morning
ffrvice at the Knight Memorial
hurch today will feature a ser
mon appropriate to "Music Week."
Kev. H. C. Stover will preach up
on "Chords and Disehords." Spe
cial music will also be heard, in
cluding a solo, "Just for Today,"
by Loraine Haag. and an organ
tola. Mendelssohn's "Spring Song,"
by Donald Allison.
Motor TriP Ido Mr- and
Mrs. Austin Lowe and Miss Mabel
Jofgenson. all of Salem, will leave
this morning for San Jose, Cali-
fernia. for a visit of two weeks,
after which they will return to
Court to Champoee All mem
bers of the Marion county court
! went to Champoeg Saturday to
! attend the annual ceremonies
I held there.
Court Leaves Members of the j
Ft ate supreme court left here Sat-
urday for Pendleton, where the!
spring-term of the court for East-j
ern Oregon will open Monday, j
There are 14 cases on the Eastern
Oregon docket. All members of
tile court, with the exception of
Justice McBride, will attend the
eastern Oregon session.
Attend Champoes Meet C. E.
Wilson, manager of the chamber
of commerce, was among Salem-
ites who attended ceremonies at
Champoeg- Saturday. ,
Austin Visits F. E. Austin.
salesman for a Eugene Savings
and Loan association, was in the
city on business Saturday.
From Scotts Mill W. B.
Evans, a farmer in the Scotts
Mills district, was a Saturday bust
ness visitor here.
Cook From Woodburn E. J.
Cock of Woodbnrn was a week'
end visitor in the city. Cook has
a large strawberry patch there.
Teacher Rehired Miss Faye
Mti, oi stayton, has been re
hired for another year as teacher
at the Oak Glen school.
From West Stayton L. B. Mc-
ciendon ot West stayton was
transacting business here Satur
Flower box, budding plants.
Lutz Florist. 16th and Market.
Open Sub. Phone 2124.
Siiool Out Monday The In
dependence school, of which Mary
Clement is teacher, will finish its
tchool year tomorrow. This Is the
second school in the county, to
complete the year's work. Rickey
also being slated to close the doors
Coing to Tortland Mrs. Cora
K. Reid, assistant in the office of
the county school superintendent,
will go to Portland this afternoon
to snend a day or so with her i
son-iu-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mr-,. John Bagley. j
William Baker, age 69. died in
a local hospital May 3.. Remains,
accompanied by the widow, have
been forwarded by the Terwilliger
funeral home to Cottage Grove
for services and interment.
Isaac D. Whitney, 77, died May
3 at the home of his nephew on
Salem route one. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. J. L. Barron of
Girard, Pa., and a nephew, O. L.
Whitney of Salem route one. Fu
neral announcements later from
Terwilliger funeral home.
We guarantee satisfactory car
rier service. If your paper is not
delivered early and correctly
. (Continued from page 1.)
strong market for the product.
the board being used for trunks,
for suitcases, in automobile bo
dies and for similar purposes
where a light board is required. A
number of offers for the product
of the local factory have been
made but no sales contracts will
be signed until the plant is in
operation and samples can be fur
nished to jobbers and manufac
The plant here will run 24
hours a day. according to pres
ent plans. i i this period eight
tons of fibre board can be produced.
Thielsen said Saturday that a
$45,000 subscription to the com
mon stock of the corporation had
been completed and sufficient
funds were on hand for construc
tion of the plant and operation of
James G. Heltzel, local attor
ney, is president or tne compa-ny.
Thielsen is secretary-treasurer, F.
J. Gilbraith, general manager of
the Miles Linen company, is one
of the directors of the company.
D. B. Jarman, local capitalists.
was one of the heavy subscribers
to the .company.
With national music week op
eening today, a selected list of
books on music available at the
public library holds particular in
terest. The list, and also names
ot the music periodicals received
regularly at the library, follows:
"Violin Playing as I Teach It,"
Auer; "Richter's Manual of Har
mony," Baker; "One Hundred
Folksone of all Nations," Ban-
tock; 'Sixtv Patriotic songs ot ah
Nations," Bantock; "Folk Songs
of Many Peoples," volumes one
and two, Botsford; Pacific North
west musical directory by Graig;
"Music at Midnight." Draper;
"My Adventure isn the Golden,
Age of Music," Finck; "Modern
Harmony in Its Theory and Prac
tice," Foots and Spalding; "A
Manual of English Church Mu
sic," Gardner. "The Blue Book
of Favorite Songs."
"The Book of American Negro
Spirituals," and "The Apprecia
tion of Music," Mason; "The Ox
ford Book of Carols," Oxford;
"Historv of Music." Pratt; "A
Musical Tour Through the Land
of the Past." and "Beethoven,
the Creator," Rolland; "A Musi
cal Message for Mothers," Ross;
"On the Train of Negro Folk
songs," Scarborough "Listener s
Guide to Music," Scholes; "What
Music Can Do For You," Sey
mour; "Weep Some More My
Lady" and "Read 'Em and
Weep," Spaeth; and "Piano and
The magazines received are:
Music and Youth, Etude. Music
and Muscians, Musical America,
Musical Courier and Musician.
(Continued from page 1.)
to a greater extent than those who
aspire to it.
"I can conscientiously say with
out the least mental reservation
that I have not made, during this
campaign, or at any time, any
promise, expressed or implied, to
remove any public official from
office nor to appoint one thereto,
notwithstanding what anyone may
Highway Policy Kept
Free of Politics
"I appreciate the necessity for
keeping the public highway pol
icy of the state free from politics.
As governor, I will not interfere
in any manner with the policy of
the state highway commission in
matters of road construction nor
in the selection of types of pave
ment. "All of this talk at this parti
cular time about blacktop pave
ment or any other kind of pave
ment is made for the purpose of
embarrassing me in this cam
paign. I propose to go about in
an even tenor of my way, regard
less of such attacks, confident
that the people of this state have
too much intelligence to be mis
led bv such campaign thunder."
on BOX FOR
one of the features of that meet
ing over which F. A. Doerfler,
president of the club, will pre
side. Such garden experts as Eliz
abeth Lord. Edith Schreiber and
Ernest Iufer will be present to an
swer the questions.
One of the orders of the bus
iness program will be the election
of officers to serve for the next
year. In addition, reports will be
made on the Willamette valley
j flower show to be held in the Sa
lem armory June 7 and s. Dis
cussion of the Better Gardens
contest, now under way, will be
The meeting tomorrow is to be
in the chamber of commerce
j or the
Cf BOS IS 1111
TO BETTER MUSIC
Xctrssk Sleeting A
Clara Morgan, 22, Btudent at
O. N. S. and daughter of Mr. and
! Mrs. G.- P. Morgan of Jordan Val
ley, was killed in an accident west
of Salem May 2. Survived also
meetinz ! by two sisters and two brothers.
of the Nebraska association has
been scheduled for the evening of
Friday, May 9, in the Leslie Mem
orial church. Dinner will be served
at 6:38 o'clock.
Dollar dinner oeiy night 5:
to. 8 at the Marion hotel.
Bowler Is Caller J. J. Bowler
was attending to business matters
In the city yesterday from River
side, where he is a member of
the school board.
Knroate Xorth Frank Harney
of Bakersfield. Calif., was in the
city making calls yesterday while
enrojite to Victoria, B. C, and
Remains forwarded to Caldwell,
Idaho, Saturday" for funeral serv
ices and interment.
O. Q. Cartright. age $0, died in
Eugene May 1. Survived by three
children: Mrs. Mabel Guinness
and Ralph E. Cartright, both of
Salem, and Mrs. Lee tioselton of
Eugene. Funeral services Mon
day at 2 o'clock at the Clough
Taylor chapel. Rev. D. T. Howe
officiating, with concluding serv
ice at the Mt. Crest Abbey mausoleum.
(Continued from Pace 1.)
The Thursday program will be
given over to adult performers
and will be opened with a prolo
gue, "Spirit, of Music." Miss
Margaret Burroughs will repre
sent the spirit and her attendants
will be Kathleen Phelps and Lu
cile Rolow, The Girl Reserves of
the Y. W. C. A. will be the assist
Then will follow in order num
bers by the Willamette symphony
orchestra directed by William
Wallace Graham; the Salem high
school mixed orchestra, sweep
stake trophy, winners in Forest
Grove tournament; Salem Madri
gal club, directed by Prof. E. W.
Hobson; a double adagio number
by Jane Lee, Milton Taylor, Kath
ryn Riley, and Allen Northrup
from White's school of the Dance;
the Schuberts, directed by Min-
netta Magers; Salem Civic chor
us directed by Prof. E. W. Hob
son; American Legion Auxiliary
quartet directed by. Lena Belle
Tartar; Girl Reserves; the Mc-
IT SESSION OF P-T
Dr. B. F. Pound, and Mrs. R.
L. Wright, secretary, both of Sa
lem, were reelected to their re
spective positions at the annual
meeting of the Marion county
council of Parent and Teachers
held Friday night at the Mc
Laughlin school house. Mrs. N. E.
Abbott of Salem was chosen vice
president and Mrs. Elvira Carmi-"
chael of Monitor was elected
The program included an In
structive talk on "The School of
Tomorrow" by Principal H. E. To
bie of Stayton; vocal 'solos by
Mrs. Krenz of Victor Point and
Kenneth Abbott of Salem; and an
original dialogue by three chil
dren from Scotts Mills.
The council plans' to conduct a
school of instruction for parent-
teacher workers early in the. fall
Delegates were present Friday
from Stayton, Aumsville. Silver-
ton, Valley View, Salem, Scotts
Mills, Abiqua, Victor Point and
A question box into which am
ateur gardeners may place inquir
ies to be answered at the club
meeting Monday night, will be
Too Late to Classify
TOST On State street between
12th ami 17th, May 1, black briefcase
containing valuable papers. Finder no
tify Northwest Teachers Agenc-y, Ter
minal Sales Bldg.. Portland, Ore.
Special Turkey and Sprint; Fried
Chicken Dinners today. The
Special 50c djnner.
75c Gray Belle dinner and
$1.00 dinner de luxe, Grilled
Lamb chops. Grilled Spring
Chicken, Prime Rib Steak.
For Dinner This Kvening
Special Sunday dinner $1.00 at
the Marion Hotel today.
Hotel Argo Dining Room
Special chicken dinner 50c,
served from 11:30 to 2:30 and
8.30 to 7:30. .
Cars. Tracks and Tractors,
with the most modern and up
to date Equipment
G. A. Raymond Machine
425 Che in. St. Pbone S
IT DENTISTS' MEET
Dentists of Polk-Marion and
Yamhill counties, in monthly
Fridav at Dallas paid tri
bute to Dr. Mark Hayter whose
birthday falls in May. Each year
the dental association of the three
counties meets in Dallas in cele
bration of Dr. Hayter's natal aay.
Unanimous objection to tne ac
tion Of R. F. Bennett, secretary
of the State Board of Dental Ex
aminers, In sending out a letter
urging the support of Governor
A. W. Norblad for the republican
nomination, was made by the den
tists. They condemned Bennett
for using association funds for
promoting the interests ot a sin
gle candidate and they also dis
approved the interjection ot a po
litical matter into the affairs ot
the state board.
Salem men who attenaea ine
OToctins- Included the following
dentists: H. C. Epley, L. D. Idle
man, Kenneth Waters, D. B. Hill,
nihort r Burton. Carl E. Miller,
W A Johnson. L. E. Barrick
winiam Cole. Flovd Utter. Benja
min Rlatehford. L. B. Schmidt,
George Lewis, Frank Voight.
100,000 lbs. Green and
Dry Cascara (Chittem)
We buy all kinds of Junk.
145 Center St. Pbone 898
H. Steinbeck, Prop.
Eyeglass Insurance and thor
ough examination included.
110 N. Commercial !H-
Lewis H. Suter, age 75, died
May 1 at the home at S15 North
School Head Here Herbert i 17th. Husband of Juresha A. Su-
m. w.s mm on
ilichelbrook. principal of the
union high school at St. Paul, was
a business visitor in the city yes
terday. From MeTiama Lillian Poyner,
who is principal of the school at
Mehama, was a caller yesterday
at the office of the county school
Fairfield Woman Here Elean
or Seguin, of the Fairfield dis
trict, was calling in the city yes
terday. -She Is teacher In the
ter; father of Mrs. Bessie F. West
of Clearwater, Nehr., and Mrs.
Olive F. Palmer and Wallace G.
Suter, both of Banesville, Mont.
brother -of Frank P. Suter and
Ellen Suter, both of Fredenes,
Penn. Funeral services Monday'
at 1:30 o'clock from the Rigdon
. i i : . v. ta r.ka r tl.
tliauci. wiiu nci, Vsuas. vs.
We Rent I f "
I Vacuum Cleaner II
I 2all 2193; ' Used Fnrnitmre
I - epartet '
City View Cemetery
Establish 1803 Tel. 1206
Perpetual care provided (or
Prices Reasonable '
nM - 3fttfr ? rrieI
. 220 4(9aiU, Motnu
A Park Cemetery
with perpet?ial care
Jost ton mutates from m
heart of tw
What do you think! Why my
doctor tells me I can't play goir:
Mr dear, I did not know that
had played with him.
All of our food is cooked
in an. immaculately clean
kitchen and served in a re
fined atmosphere, which
adds zest to the enjoyment
of your meal.
Vote 52X for
GUY 0. SMITH
Republican Candidate for the nomination
for CIRCUIT JUDGE
Third Judicial Districts, Marion and Linn Counties
TWENTY YEARS ACTIVE, CONTINUOUS AND
GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW IN THE COURTS
OF OREGON AND THE FEDERAL COURTS.
Primaries May 16, 1930.
Vote (X) 28
A phone call will get.
you service and the
very best merchan
dise our store affords
as quickly as will a
The Original Yelloif Front ad
Ca.-dj Special Store of Salem
1S5 S. Commercial
Quality Pins Courtesy
Jacobs Oregon City
pure virgin wool prod
ucts they knew, fine
quality insured real
economy. These fa
mous woolens are
finer today than ever.
la Salem Exclusively At
Tailor Furnisher Clothier
426 State St.
1RHLE REMEDY FOR PILES
Protruding, Bleeding Piles
Made Him Weak from
Loss of Blood
WELL MAN TODAY AND
TELLS WHAT HE USED
MM wife knows bow I Boffertd
with nilea. Nobody can realize the
pain and rony until they hate a
real bad ease. Mine were tie
blecdine, protrndiac kind, so bad
I would ret dizzT sodls and crow
so weak from loss af blood I could
ot stand at my work f deeorat
inr and Daintinc declares Mr. Si
mon Gerrior, formerly of Garden
Road, Stoneham, Mass, but aow in
Eel Brook, Not .Scotia.
"I tried Tarioos remedies sac
rested to mc by the pharmacist.
M. Clifford Mojnihan
Candidate -for Republican
Justice of the Peace
If elected I will do my best;
no one cant do more
Pledged to work for
a reduction - of fees
Slay 18, 1030
" : Paid AdT
About Your Health
The electric current which turns the
wheels of industry, cooks or refrigerates your
food, lights your home or brings to you
through the air entertainment and. news from
the whole wide world can be Just as great a
power for harm if not properly controlled.
In many ways medicines may be likened
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or when they are used and depending upon
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The person without medical training
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treat illness than should the average person
attempt experiments with a high voltage
Whenever illness threatens get your
physician's attention with the least possible
delay. That is the' sure way to live longer
than vou otherwise might.
Make this your prescription headquart
ers. We are always prepared to do such work
as your physician would have it done .
bat ao results. Thea
the leading druggists of Stoneham
were recommending loiae ni
Pills to be taken internally. I eouM
not imagine pills doing me good,
but after using one bottle my piles
they stopped bleeding. I bought
two more bottles and have taken
them all and havent had piles
since.. I feel aK. Colae Pile Pills
made new maa of me and they
will do the same for others. con
tinued this enthusiastic man. fi
one should suffer longer. Anyone
wishing to try Colae rue rum
without risking a penny should ob
tain a bottle at the drug store r
send 75c in stamps or coin to Co
lac Chemical Co. Brentwood, Md,
for regular bottle, full directions,
return mail. Take as directed and
this nationally kaewa concern
guarantees relief or msaey tack
without uaibble or owestioa. Ton
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Capital Drug Store
J. H. WILLETT
Only the Best
A M. Clough
J. Dale Taylor
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