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The OREGON STATSI ANv Salens Oregon, Friday Morning, August 21,' 193t
: DETUBO FOR DAY
Jefferson M y e r s Main
Speaker; Steiwer to Talk;:
Epley Chairman ;.: !
- SCIo' -Auif.- 20 All in redl
Bs for tb dedicatioa Saturday
afternoon of the 2 0 5-foot water
trell and the- Installation of elec-
tfla equipment for lt .-operation.
Test both of tho quality and the
qsantlty of the water hare been
llrhly satlaf aetory. - and com-
aaendatlon of the council Is
heard- on every hand.
" 'While the program f or this
week's dedicatory observance Is
' t elaborate or pretentions, the
. -fbeugnt uppermost In the minds
f thoso in charge of arrange-
aunts has been to extend a wel
come to all who may desire to at
' ted. and participate In the after
' Dr. H. C. Epley of Salem.
' resident of Scio during his boy-
heod days. Is to officiate as ehair-
V man on the platform. Dr. Epley
. aad'hi ehorus also-are to furnish
' raosie for the occasion. Mayor W.
A. E win : is to deliver the ad
dress of welcome. -
Jefferson Myers, native Scloan,
and now on the United States
" shipping board, will' be on the
program as one of the speakers.
- Jit. Myers always has a real mes
sage for his home people as well
as a comprehensive and instruc
" five grasp of national affairs.
Senator Frederick W. Steiwer,
also will be on the platform and
will give an address. Senator
Steiwer long resldencewn Ore
gon and his familiarity with
state and national problems - in
sure a treat for all who may be
fortunate as to hear him In
Slo this week, the committee in
charge says. -
The - leading number on the
sports program will, be a water
fight on Main street -between
Scto and Lebanon teams. Rehears
als for this feature Indicate that
' the contest will be all that has
been claimed for It. The Scio
eestlngent has' practiced with
Lebanon and the latter will bring
equipment, for the contest. A
free dance in the evening will
eenelude the day's festivities.
Business houses and many of
the residences have "dolled tip"
fer the comlr.gr event, which is to
be a memorable one in the his
tory of Scio. Co-operation' of all
who have the best Interests of
the city at heart has been enlist
ed and a successful outcome Is
FIRST-TO .REGAIN CITIZENSHIP. jj
M S VISITORS
AT BRUSH COLLEGE
BRUSH COLLEGE, Aug. 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bnell and
infant daughter Lois of Portland
were Sunday visitors at the home
ef his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Little Miss Doris, one and a half
year old daughter of Mr., and Mrs.
Clifford Smith, is happy because
the splints have bee4 removed
from her shoulder and' back. The
tiny girl fell from the family car
boat two weeks ago and suffered
a compound fracture of the col
lar bone. "
.. Mr. and Mrs. "W. F. McCall
went to Portland Sunday and in
tended to go to Tillamook Wed
nesday for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Swing and
family went to Oceanside Friday
and returned home Monday. '
Mr.- and Mrs. Lee Gibson have
Jast returned from a five-day trip
te the beaches. They made their
first stop 10 miles below Ys chats,
where they dug clams and had
plenty of crabs alto. Mr. Gibson
thought he was fortnnate when he
eanght a fine salmon at Alsea, as
most fishermen were having in
different success. "
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Buell, for
merly of-Brush College but now
f Portland, were week - end
goests at the home of Mr. Buell's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Bu
ell. The Portland people .went on
to Taehats Monday. .
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Mrs. Lillian Ting Ln Kiang, American-born Chinese girl (left) Is show-,
ing Mrs. B. S. Matthews, chairman ef the Lawyers' Council of the
Women'! Party, her Supreme Court papers restoring the citixenship
she lost when she married Dr. Kiang Kanghu, an internationally known
Chinese scholar In 1920. This was the first ease in which an American-;
born woman, whose citizenship had been lost by marriage, regained it,
in accordance with an act passed by Congress at the last session. Mrs. .
. i, Kiazura danrhter is evincins? interest, too.. ' '
SCIO IS MISTED
fj THREE WEDDINGS
SCIO, Aur. j 20 At the First
Christian church In Albany Saturday,-Laura
L. Freeman and M,
Claire Poweil,' both of the Crab
tree region,! were united in mar
riage by Rev. Rex Dallas in the
presence of 30 relatives ana
friends of the principals. The
bride is a graduate of Oregon
State college and will teach In Ihe
DeVaney district near Scio dur
ing the coming year. Mr. Powell
a son of w, W. Powell, deputy
county assessor for 20 'years, and
has done much of the field work
for his father.
Clayton. Baltimore of Mill City
and Catborend Calavan of Scio
were' quietly married August 15,
and will make their home in Elk
ton where Baltimore has employ
ment. Mrs. Baltimore is a daugh
ter of Mrs. Cora Calavan of Scio
and grew to womanhood in this
locality. Foif some time past she
nad oeen empioyea as casnier ai
the Bake Rite bakery In Salem.
1st W. Pepperllng of Scio be
came the bride of Frank B. Stew
art of CorvalUs- at a quiet wed
ding ceremony performed at Al
bany. The bride is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. ! R. C Pepperllng.
Scio farmers, and has resided; )n
this locality; for several years.; It
is understood Mr. and Mrs. Stew
art will make their home at Cor
valUs. i I ' r '
PEACE DAY SUNDAY
AT CHAMPOEB PARK
CHAMPOEQ. Aug. 20 Na
tional Peace day will be observed
at Champoeg park Sunday,-with
Df. Norman Coleman, president
ef Reed college, speaking, as will
also vjohn. P. O.'Harve. Dr. Levi
T. Pennington, president of Paci
fle college and J. J. Handsake of
Masie will be furnished by Rev.
David Hill and colored choir.
They will feature southern splr
Itaals and old time songs. Pro'
grams will be held both at 11 in
- the tnornlag and 2 o'clock in the
The Farmers Union of Oregon
will also hold the annual gather
ing and picnic at Champoeg park
Blaze Sweeps Over
Two Acres of Oats;
24 Men Check Fire
WALDO HILLS, Aug. 20 A
- fire that : created lots- ef excite
ment " occurred .Friday, afternoon
on the Caurse brothers'- farm
even - miles south of Silverton
The Haberly company threshing
machine was moving .. from the
-Ramp farm, operated by Harry
Riches to the Caurse farm. Coals
from the engine set fire to a strip
ef grass. "
Coast i Bids
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TAFT. Aug. 20 The red
headed people of Oregon are be
ing rounded up at Taft, on the
Lincoln county coast, Sunday,
August 23, in a day of amusement
for the wearers of the copper-
colored tresses. The event Ms a
part of the Lincoln county cham
ber of commerce program to pro
vide something ot special Interest
each, weekend at some point,; in
addition to the regular coast at
Last Sunday 3000 people par
ticipated in the big free "Fish
Fry" .and swimming exhibition at
DePoe Bay, -i
The Taft chamber of commerce
Is the host this year to the redheads.-and
ts offering-a long list
of suitable prises for the reddest
hair,' the most freckle-faced boy
and girl, the youngest red-head.
red-haired twins, most comical
red-bead, -natural . or artificial.
and the winners of a swimming
contest. ; Special features will be
a big palama parade, for natural
or artificial red-heads and a red
headed bathing beauty contest.
Frances Wesely Has'
Two Poems Accepted
By Verse Quarterly
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SCIO, Aug.1 20 Frances Wes
ely has had two prose poems ac
cepted by "Poetry of Today". an
English verse quarterly. Frances
expects to complete , her college
course at Reed college in Port
land this year. . "?
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kckacka
are expected home today from a
two months' auto trip to the At
lantic coast. : . ;
The annual reunion in honor
of Mrs. Almlna Pomeroy was
held at the Dave HOrsburgh farm
near Scio Sunday. It was well
attended and, an enjoyable meet
ing. .- --!.,: - .
Fred Mespelt left Thursday! for
Alaska, where he will return
mining operations. Intending -to
remain In the north for at least
two years. Mrs. Mespelt aad Miss
Opal accompanied him as far as
Seattle. - -'j 1 - - - . .
A. girl baby was born August
It,, to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bates
at the Charles Bates farm near
Scio." j- . -
AS WELL CUT OFF
SCIO, Aug. 20 Destruction of
the residence occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Donahue on a farm
near Scio Thursday afternoon en
tailed a loss of several hundred
dollars to the own, S. F. Zysset,
of Sheridan, and a considerable
loss to the Donahues, whose
household effects and a large
amount of canned fruit were con
sumed by the flames.
Origin of the fire is not defi
nitely known but it is believed
to have been caused by sparks on
the roof. Mr 3. Donahue was can
ning fruit at the time and Mr.
Donahue was at work some dis
tance from the house. The flames
soon made it Impossible to reach
the well, hence assistance from
that source was cut off. The
building was practically gone
when- Mr. Donahue reached the
scene from, his work. "The eon
tents of the buildings were partly
covered by Insurance.
Fire of undetermined origin
destroyed the large barn and
farm Implements at the ' Ralph
McDonald place a short distance
southwest, early Tuesday morn
ing. The loss, which ran Into
hundreds of dollars, was partly
covered by insurance.
The timber fire on upper Crab
tree creek, which has been raging
for nearly three weeks. Is said
still to be beyond control. How
ever, it has been confined largely
to burned-over and logged areas.
It Is stated. 3
Of Son, Jefferson
JEFFERSON. Aug. 20 Word
was received from Grants Pass
that Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Robert
son are the proud parents of an
SH pound son. born Saturday,
August IS. The baby has been
named Darrel Lee. ; Mr. and Mrs.
Robertson are former Jefferson
residents,' Mr. Robertson was con
nected with the Rex Transfer
company. - :
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Clodfelter
and son Melrln motored to Can
by Synday and were guests at
the home of Prof, and Mrs. Bid
good and family.
William Pratt who has . bee
visiting friends in Jefferson for
the past ten days, returned to his
home in Los Angeles, Saturday.
He resumed his work In the
auditor's office of the- Santa Fe
Railroad company: after an en
Calif ornians see Silver Creek
Falls Area; Brooks
Visitors Many J ;
BROOKS, Aug.. 20 Mr. and
Mrs. Grant Blxler have had as
their guests the past week, their
son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Allen and daughter
Doris, of Crescent City. - Caljf.
Honoring ' their gnesta , Mr. and
Mrs. Grant Blxler entertained
with a picnic parry at Sllrer Creek
Falls Tuesday. These present
were Mrs. Helen . Sargent ' and
daughter Delores, Oorden ' Miller,
George Blxler, Mr. and . Mrs. Ed
gar Allen and daughter Doris, and
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Blxler.' "
. Mr. and Mrs. Luther . Hutto
have had as their gueeta this week
Mrs.. Hatto'a parents, . Mr. and
Mrs. John Colyef of Surer. Mr.
and! Mrs. Hutto and children
John. .Charles, Ada . and Martha
Hutto were Sunday dinner guests
at tho home ot Mrs. Hutto's bro
ther, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Co Iyer in
Gervais . " " i
Mrs. Helen Sargent has re
turned 'home from Stevenson,
Wash., where she has been " a
guest of her cousin. Miss Myrtle
Haxzard and Velera Haxxard. Mrs.
Sargent has also visited at Leb
anon and' Brownsville. Mr.' and
Mrs. Sherman "Miekel.of Portland
were recent gnesta at the home of
their cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Blxler and Mrs. Helen Sargent. '
Entertain at Park
, Miss Lena. Rlggi entertained a
group of youngsters' at Marion
square park, in Salem Monday,
with a picnic and swimming party
for Miss Eva Landers, Mrs. Helen
Sargent, Shirley Davis, Kreta Fae
Ashbaugh, Delores Sargent, Marie
Bosch, Bertha Barrs, Jack Bosch,
Genivere Snyder and Sonny Sny
der. Mrs. Wllford LaFountaln and
children, Wllford Jr., and Lew
eella and Mrs. Barker and daugh
ter Louise of Independence were
guests at the home ot Mrs. La-
Fountain a parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Otfo recently. Other guests
Included Mrs. Fanny Bonner of
DunlaJ. Iowa, and Mrs. Art Ban
yard, both cousins of Mrs. Otto.
Mrs. Bonner is spending the sum
mer with her sister, Mrs. Ban
yard. The general merchandise store
of W. Howard Ramp was broken
into Monday night and a number
of articles stolen. The thieves
entered through the rear door.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Ramp of
! Bend, were - guests Tuesday at
the home of Mr. Ramp's parents
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ramp. The
Ramps were on their way to Pa
cific City to spend their vacation.
Mr." and Mrs. Jeff Wall, have
returned to their old home in
Heber, Utah. They have been liv
ing on the Ronald E. Jones ranch
east ot Brooks. . " .
Motoring to Independence Sun
day morning were Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Otto and Mr. and Mrs. Orvll
Otto . and their son in law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wes
olowski, who spent the day at the
home ot another daughter, -Mr.
and Mrs. Wllford LaFountaln and
family. Miss Beulah Otto who
has spent the past two weeks at
the LaFountaln home, returned
home with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chris Otto.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Blxler. mo
tored to Grand Island, and from
there to McMInnvllIe where they
were guests at the home of Mr.
Bixler's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Har
ry DeSanno. Tho DeSannos and
children accompanied the Blxlers
home for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Ramp
hare had ar their house guest the
past three weeks, Miss Opal Hor
ner of Roseburg, Miss Horner left
for her home In Roseburg Mon
SILVERTON, Aug. 20 James
Manning, high school instructor,
who has been ill in bed. suffering
with" hay fever, is greatly im-
proved. Ho is now able to do
up and around the house. His
wife has been caring for mm.
FLANAGAN TO RETIRE
scio. A nr. 20 G. L Flanagan
has resumed work on rural route
three at Scio following a vacation
of two weeks. He ' wm reiire
from the service on August SI,
it Is stated. - - ' - -
Bought - at -Sheriff - Sale
THE HILLPOT Stock of Merchandise
Consisting; of Men's and Boys' Furnishings
and Army goods
Will be sold at a teg Sacrifice to the people of Salem
and Vicinity. The? Low Prices win speak for them
sefres. . Come and be convinced.
! . . 137 South Commercial
A Few Items quoted to show our Values
Work'Gloves, Values up to 75c.J5ale Price 15c pr.
Canvas Hop Picking Gloves.-JSale Price 5c pr.
Fancy Four On Hand Ties,.
75c Value Price 3 for 1.00
Seal Pax Rayon Underwear,
Men's Work Shirts.
Original -Rockford Hose.
Boys' Straw HatsL
.Sale Price lOc each
.Sale Price 10c each
-Sale Price 10c each.
.Sale Price 5c each
Regular 2.95 :j .,..Sale Price 1.95 -
Men's Keds, Regular ;i.55.Sale Price 98c pair;
SALE STARTS SATURDAY, AUG. 22
; 9 A. M. SHARP r 0
' - ALBANY, r Aug. 20. Ten sets
of twins from Salem will" appear
in the two-day Twin round-np at
Albany Sunday and Monday. Sep
tember C and 7. They are Maxlne
and Marjorle Schomaker Lenore
and .-Eleanor - Horning:, Virginia
and Frances Lavelie, Louise and
Leona Murhammer, , Wlllard and
Wflbur Hurnammer, Delia Nixon
and . Mrs. . Delia Hunt, . Hay and
Roy Bllten, Raby and Ruth Nor
rls. Rex . and Roland - Wirt and
Barbara and Gloria MeClintock. .
Monday will be, the eta- day.
with a program of sports in the
morning, 'and - an old-fashioned
basket dinner at noon at - which
all twins and their -parents will
be the 'guests of Albany citizens.
In the afternoon at 1 o'clock will
be the parade of the twins and the
Judging. At 4:80 there will be the
third - championship - ball - game.
Twins -will present, the evening
. 'First; 'second and third ' prises
of $10, $S . and $r will be-given
in five classifications,' as follows:
Twins jtnost alike, twins most' un
like, jonngest twins, oldest twins,
twins .competing ; who . live great
est distance from Albary. Special
prises of $5 go to each family that
enters two ur more sets of twins
and to each set of triplets. There
will be a grand prize drawing for
$25 in gold, all twins competing.
In addition, a $1 bill and a cer
tificate of attendance will - be
awarded to each set of twins at
tending the big event. 1
Small Peach Crop;
Painters Are Busy
CLOVERDALE, Aug- 20
Ivan Hadley is harvesting his
peaches. ' The crop Is smaller
than usual but the quality' Is es
pecially fine. The Hadleys hare
customers of long standing but a
good many will have to look else
where this year.
William Anderson has finished
giving his new buildings a coat ot
paint adding greatly to their ap
pearance. He lost all his build
ings except the house and one
chicken house by fire last spring.
The A. A. D limbeck home has
been given a fresh coat ot paint.
The Interior ot the house has also
SMITHS TIH OF BIG
CITY: OHI BEST
Several Social Events, Held
r During the Week for ;
STAYTON. Aug. 20 Mr. and
Mrs." Bill Smith and family re
turned the first of the week from
New. York City. They spent the
winter In New York'and say that
Oregon certainly looks good- to
them.' : ,: '.'
Mr. and Mrs. ' Arthur Leffler
and family and Mrs. Frank LJn
dennan and son. Edward, attend
ed the wedding of In a Pepperllng
at Crabtree Sunday. Miss Pep
perllng is a niece of both Mrs.
Leffler and Mrs. Ltnderman. .
Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Korinek and
daughter, Betty, left Tuesday
morning fo ra two weeks' ' vaca
tion at Newport. ' . 'j, "' ?
Mrs.- Hilda Johnson and Mrs.
Naomi Fresh were hostesses Fri
day 'for a shower - ft the Fresh
home la honor ot Mrs. Ed Kleck
er. The ' afternoon , was spent In
sewing for Mrs. -meeker,-who re
eelved many lovely gifts. A dain
ty lunch" was served.- Those 'en
Joying the'afternoon were Mes
dames ' Dora ' ' Dazler.' -Helen
Schaefer,' Marlyn' OHn, Ethel
Tatl, Evelyn ' Downing, ' Marian
Klecker and the hostesses.' '
.Mrs. Frjnk Potter entertained
at her home with three tables of
bridge ' Tuesday afternoon. Large
boquets of fall flowers decorated
the rooms. Mrs. Marcia Mayo received-high
score and Gladys
John, low score for the after
noon. Those enjoying Mrs. Pot
ter's hospitality were Msdames
Abbie Bell. Marcia Mayo, Maude
Beauchamp, Emma Sloper, Edna
Sloper, . Grace Neibert, - Edna
Brewer. Marlyn OHn, Frank Fox,
Nora Gardner, Rose Bell. Gladys
Mr. and Mrs.- C. R. Houd of
Liberty, . Mo., and Mrs. Stowell
and son. Bob, of Okanogan.
Wash., who have been, guests at
the W. A. Weddle home, left
Monday for their homes. While
guests of the Weddle family they
spent a, week at Taft, accompan
ied by Mrs. Weddle and daugh
ters, Gloria and Gladys.
SCIO, Aug. 20 A family re
union at the Fred Mespelt home
in Scio a few, days ago brought
together for the first time in a
Lee Golden Wedding
Event Also for Their
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T SCIO, Ahs 20. Mr. and
Mrs. TV. T. Lee of Scio will
observe their golden wed-"
ding anniversary - Sunday,
-Atrgust 80, by meeting rela
tives and friend at Bryant
'park In Albany for aa all
day picnic - -
- The occasion also' will be
.the 23th wedding anniver
.sary of their oldest daughter
and her husband, Mr. and
.Mrs. E. Lw Bilyew'.of ner
.Scio, and the first anniver
sary of their oldest grand
daughter and her husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Means,
All friends of the family
' are invited to Join In the
celebration. . .
number of years all members of
the family. The three daughters,
Mrs. J. E. Kitchen of Waldport,
Mrs E. H. Kelly of Newport, and
Miss Opal Mespelt, who has been
employed In office work. at New-,
port during the summer, were at
the parental home. Mr. Kelly re
cently has been 'transferred by
his .; employers to -Cathlamet,
NORTH SANTIAM. Aug. 20
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hammer and
daughter, Lenore, returned - San
day , from Newport where ' they
have been vacationing -for sever
al days. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Young, and
family were weekend visitors at
the home of Mrs. Young's moth
er. Mrs. O. W. Cobb, at - Willa
mina. Kenneth and Elsie May,
who hare been visiting their
grandparents, returned home
with them. ' - -
Dr. Roy S. Scofield of Marsh
field spent Sunday with, his
father, C. F. Scofield. -
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hlnkle of Ore
gon: City have been visiting his
brother, C. W. Hlnkle. '
The A. Schieman and George
E. Rhoades families are employed
In a. hop yard near Salem.
- Mr. and Mrs. F..J. Parker and
son.' Jack, Mr. and Mrs. George
B. Howard, spent Sunday picnick
ing at Scotts Mills. -
Many From Independence
At Cascadia; Siming
' INDEPENDENCE. Aug. 20
Mr. and Mrs. George Sloper, Mr.
and Mrs." Fred Gooch and Will
Patton have moved to their hop
ranch two miles north of this
city, where they will remain till
after the hop harvest. They
started picking their early hops
' Mrs. D. D. Johnson of San
Francisco, who has been visiting
at' the home of her sister." Mrs.
Joseph Hubbard, for some time,
went to Portland, where she will
remain; for a few days at the
Claud Hubbard home, before re
: Mrs. Vernard SImington and
young daughter ot Portland, are
visiting at -the James Simingten
home. They were accompanied
here by Agnes Simington who
had been In Portland for some
Homer Jtush, engaged in high
way construction work near Tilla
mook for the past two months,
returned to his home here. He
will run a hop press during the
hop season here.
The following from here spent
Sunday at Cascadia: Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Sloper, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Cockle, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hart,
Mr.' and Mrs.';E. O. Breashears.
Mr. aad Mrs. E. A. Dunckle and
two sons. Mr. "and Mrs. Pearl
Hedges, Mr. and- Mrs. Willard
Craven and Delbert Taylor.
- GOETZ AT YACHATS
SILVERTON. Aug. 20 Ro
bert E. Goets, superintendent ot
sehools here, accompanied by his
mother, Mrs. Clara-Goets, and son
and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Goets, Jr., motored to Yachats
last weekend to visit with Mrs.
Goetz and a younger son, Donny.
Mrs. Goets and son -will return
here September 1.
SILVERTON, Aug. 20 Mel-born-
Radcllff of Salem has ac
cepted a bookkeeping position
with the Pacific Transfer com
pany here. At the present he and
his wife, are residing at the home
of her mother, Mrs. W. E. Dahl,
on McCIaine street.
In a new location, North Commercial street at Union, across from Marion square. A
new stock of fresh, dean merchandise conveniently displayed for your selection. A hig
surprise awaits you in our new low prices, then too, there is. plenty of' parking space
Here. We'll appreciate a visit from you remember our new address Commercial at
Union street. We are open evenings till 1 0 o'clock and all day Sundays.
PEnaime SOUS SQO SimnEmei?c2aIl St.
Mi-Choice Brand ;
Every sack guaranteed
Fine or Coarse
No. 10 Sack.
Large Pkjf. Z. 19c
' ' '. Carnation Quick,
. - .-
Res:. 15c size -
Per Pkg. . - 11c
Oregon Best Semolina
J Pnre Apple'-.Cider - ,
Freeh Fruatc and
Potatoes, 20 lbs. ......19c
Green Beans, 6 lbs. ....18c
Large Heads of Lettuce '
2 For 15C
Fancy Red Ripe for
Slicing 6 Lbs.
Dry Onions Mild, Swet
10 Lbs. .
Musknelons - Watermelons
Every melon guaranteed
Pork and Beans
' Fancy Alaska Pink -,
"v SALMON '
O 1 Lb. Cans 33c
Makes thick, rich suds
Eemoves Stains Beneficial
to the hands
- . t
Positively the best
3 Lbs. ' ' :' '' ' . 39C
Imported Olive Oil
Made by Nassour Beautician
recommended Nassours for the
1 ii. Long Bars... .. 33 C
' 51. J. B.
. Choice Broken Sliced
No. 2y2 Cans , .
L Cans . - 29c