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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salen. Oregon, Tuesday Morning, November 10, 1931
Hoover Salem Churchman
President ' Herbert Hoover still
retains bis , church - membersblp
in Salem vhere be - was at one
, time a resident ' The president
belongs and is a regular . contri
butor to ' tbe - Highland . Friends
ehureh In North Salem. , He lived
In Oregon six rears, twe ot which
were in Salem ? at the - time he
was 15 to 17 years of age. His
sister attended k Willamette uni
versity, according to Prof. 3. B.
Laughlin. - - r -
. Tbe public is cordially invited
. to attend a freo Christian Science
Monitor Exhibit in the Sunday
school room ot First Church of
Christ. Scientist, November 11.
from 2 to ?:4S p.m. ,
New Hunt dub WS cott y"
Dryden, well known to' the mem
bers of the old Salem Hunt club
has returned to Salem and has
opened a new stable at the state
fair horse show pavllllon. He will
hare a string oL 10 horses and
will give riding lessons,-as" well
i as rent out horses. He also plans
i to board horses and encourage
riders to own their own mounts.
The track will - be available' for
riders as well as the tan bark
ring. ;:.- '
Specials in all branches of
dentistry this week only. Drv El
drtedge's office, 110 N. Com'l.
Two Chimney. Fires Chimney
fires resulted in city firemen be
tas called out twice ove the week
end. One occurred at 17th and
Center streets, the other at 11 J
: Union street Persons reporting
such fires should mention that
! they are chimney fires so that a
mail truck may be dispatched In
stead ot the heavier machines,
; Harry R. Hutton said yesterday.
Model Food Market will be
closed all day Wednesday, Armls
Miss Milton Praised "Musical
America" a current musical pub
lication, carried in a late issue a
feature story by the editor on
: Virginia Milton, music teacher at
! Willamette university. He espe-
i daily complimented the showings
made by her students in recitals
nd praised the aesthetic results
Scribes Entertain Wires ot
i newsnaner workers ' were honor
i guests at a theatre party and din
ner last night. The affair was
in the nature of a surprise to the
ladies. After viewing the first
show at the Elsinore theatre the
party adjourned to the Spa where
, dinner and a brief program of
tertainment were enjoyed.
See our classified ad . . . Fred
E. Wells. Inc.
Named Guardian Paul W. Mil
ler was named guardian Monday
ot the estate of Jennie Wright, 71,
S89 South 19th street, who was
said by her counsel to bo incap
able of handling her own affairs
The principal asset to be admin
istered is a $1000 life insurance
bequestieft to Mrs. Wright by her
S4 Hours to Plead Dwayne
Griffith, who lives on route six
Salem, was given 24 hours in
whieh to plead yesterday when
be appeared in justice court here
charged with trespassing on en
closed land. A farmer is said to
have told Griffith to stay out of
the property but without avail.
Model Food Market will, be
closed all day Wednesday, Armis
Disa rmameB t Petition Approv
ed The 85 volunteer workers
who: Sunday circulated through
the city calling upon President
Hoover: to further the eause ot
disarmament at the world confer
ence in January reported the ma
jority of citizens they visited re
sponded favorably. One man who
made 41 calls reported bo refusals
to sign. The solicitation was
dona under the " auspices of the
local committee of the National
Council for the Prevention of
war. ot which Joseph H. Albert is
War Expensive The United
States spends 85 cents out of ev
ery dollar "spent, for wat. de
clared Prof. S. B. Laughlin in his
address to Willamette university
students Monday. He also stated
that following every great war
there is . an Immediate depression
and a greater one 10 years later.
President Hoover has set aside
Armistice day as a time when all
government buildings wilt .fly
the United State flag and peace
will be celebrated and interna'
tional friendships cultivated.;
Alligator Raincoats in every
style at the new low prices.
Bishop's, 138 N. Commercial St
Turner Case Continued The
case of Fred Turner. 1188 Center
street who on Friday was arrest
ed on charges of falling, to give
right of way and causing an acci
dent has been continued at the
request ot the attorney for R. W.
Taylor, 455 Ferry street, whose
automobile Turner struck. As the
result of the collision, on North
Capitol street near Center, Mrs.
Taylor and Miss Doris Griffen,
route seven, received minor injur
Tremendous reductions on floor
sample furniture at the Imperial
Furniture Co., 467 Court St. This
Wallulab Pictures Progress
The juniors and seniors of Wil
lamette university are now bav
ling their pictures taken for the
Wallulah. student year book. All
class pictures must be taken be
fore Thanksgiving, according to
Rufus Franz, manager. Any stu
dents who have campus life cuts
are urged to submit them to Edi
tor Harold Rose or to Rufus
Eshelman Fined S250 Ray
Eshelman of Salem, who Saturday
nia-ht was arrested at the Mellow
Moon dance hall on a charge ot
possession of liquor, yesterday
was fined 8250 by Elmer D. cook
West Salem justice of the peace.
As Eshelman was unable to pay
the fine, he was committed to the
Polk county Jail.
Alligator Raincoats in every
style at the new low prices
Bishop's, 138 N. Commercial st "
Appraisers Named Keith Pow
elL Eugene Courtney ana u.
Espy have been named appraisers
of the estate of Amos H. kijiom,
deceased, for whose property Sar
ah E. Elliott has been named ad
Convicts Get Bibles H. S.
West, bead of the Gideon organi
zation of Portland, presided Sun
day at the dedication of bibles
which were presented to inmates
of the state penitentiary.
CASE QF IifTEREST
'LV -"V:V V: ' -sawn mmmm
Originally Friendly Suit
Becomes Real Issue ;
Due to Motion -
Starting as a friendly suit sev
eral months ago, Saturday's cir
cuit court session '.showed a
change to one of serious conten
tion in regard to the suit insti
tuted by the Oregon Pulp and
Paper , company against the
Southern Pacific company, and a
large number ot other defen
dants. The new status Is evi
denced by a motion filed by Hat
tie E. Fry to strike out parts of
The motion, asks that about 20
paragraphs of the complaint be
stricken as irrelevant and redun
dant. - - . ,
The suit is to quiet title to
part of Trade street vacated by
ordinance of the city council to
allow the paper company to con
struct 'a new building, thereon.
The ordinance .relates to about
40 feet of the street between
Front and Commercial streets. It
was passed after bitter opposi
tion, considerable ot which was
waged by the late -Daniel J. Fry,
husband of Hattle J. Fry, whose
motion has been filed in opposi
Upon the advice of its attor
ney, the paper company abstained
irom investing money- in a new
building until the Question of
title 'of the property was decided
beyond any chance of quibble.
The attorney, Walter E. Keyes.
stated the action was taken fol
lowing the passage of the vaca
tlon ordinance, but he did not
consider the vacation in any war
of questionable legality.
Tbe present suit was cited as
reason for delay when the city
council lately instituted a move
in an effort to force the paper
company to start action oh con
struction of its addition on the
vacated portion of the street.
DIDN'T NEED THE VQTES
!.. f , s; jj.
Even as A. Harry Moot and Mrs. Moors east their ballots, as shown.;
in Jersey City, N. J fa their State's Gubernatorial election, he was on?
his way to becoming New Jersey's Governor for the second time; At
auwouw w . uw&M Mill. MW, VTC AwrM ITlinig
his Republican opponent The avalanche of ballots for Moore put
New Jersey in the Democratic column by the heaviest vote in many years.!
cm books use
Under the o-
at tha center of Oresta's
STATE employes this, month,
and for the next four
months, will be working for
less than the state pays them, as
a result of action taken by de
partmental heads. Each head of
ficial pledged the contribution by
euployes In his department ot
one day's pay to aid in unem
ployment relief, which would
total about 810,000.
CALLED OY DEATH
The contribution, which ft
was decided should be almost
compulsory, rather than purely
voluntary, with but few excep
tions, will mean the payment
of from fa from the employes
paid the least to as high as
f 22.22 as a day's pay. But
there will be a lot of payments
made around $5, so the aver-
Jge will be about that figure,
t not more.
The real task will be the dis
tribution of this fund. The plans
for that part are In the hands ot
a committee. Naturally most of
the employes are located at Sa
lem, but there are hundreds in
other parts of the state, who
likewise will pay. The benefits
should go as far as possible over
the entire state.
Recent Arrivals are Mostly
For Children; Varied r
' Topics Treated
Child readers last week were
catered to most in the nam her
ot new books placed on the
shelves of the city library, ac
cording to a list prepared by the
librarian. Mis Jaude E. Coving
ton.. Nineteen of the If new
books were purchased for the
- The list follows:
Children's books: Couch, "The
Splendid Spur"; Farjeon. "Tbt
Old Nurse's Stocklng-Sasket";
Llde. "Ood-Ie-uk the Wanderer;
Maury, "Old Raven World";
Miller, "Young Trajan"; Schulti.
The White Beaver"; White,
4When ' Abigail Was Seven";
WInlow. The Kitten that Grew
Too Fat"; Yonge, "The Lances
McFee, "How Our . Govern
ment Is Run"; Gruealng, "The
Story of Mining"; Maker Jl. "Bun
ny, Hound and Clown Lindsay,
Johnny Appleeeed and Other Po
ems"; Hilly er. "A Child's Geog
raphy of the World"; Peck,
"Roundabout Europe".; Grlmshaw,
"When I Was a Boy in England"
Kennell, "Vanya of the Streets"
Evans. "With Pack and Saddle."
Books for youth and adults:
Austin. "Starry Adventure"; Cro-
nln, "Hatter's Castle"; Erts. "The
Story of Julian"; Luts, "Silver
Winrs"; Sublette. "The Scarlet
Cockerel": Russell, "The Sclen
title Outlook"; Mumford. "The
Brown Decades"; "Eddy, "The
Challenge of the East"; Garland,
"Companions on the Trail"; Terry
and Shaw, "Ellen Terry and Ber
Well, the ladles of the Salem
press club got a break last
night For once they didn't
have to entertain nor to cook
the food for the male members
for a party. They were the
guesta this time. The Elsinore
theatre aided materially by
presentation of the show, while'
the dinner was held later at
Inlaid, print and felt base lino
leum. 4 to 15 yard yieces, price
and less. Imperial Furniture Co.,
467 Court St.
17, and at once entered upon an
vvtnt , - . i c ii o una oioca Tinea me. uur-
weekTF."B WJlJB !-!-
of the incorporators and president , in lktn raneVmnVuV 155 i.
of th hnird ,.t. In aa insurance company and la-
Deaconess hospital, died November
9 at 7:30 a. m. at this hospital,
where he ad been confined by the
malady from which he was suffer
ing. Surviving him is his widow, La
vlna Wedel, who was formerly La
vina Gerber, at their home on Oak
street: his children. B. F. Wedel
of Lebanon, F. F. Wedel of Salem
and Mrs. P. J. Schrag, Soap Lake,
Wash.; a brother, B. B. Wedel,
and a sister, Mrs. J. P. Schmidt,
and 12 grandchildren.
Mr. Wedel . came of Holland
Butch parents, who went from
Hollandto southern Russia on the
promise of religious freedom. Here
Mr. Wedel was born. April 4, 1858.
He came to America at the age ot
ter became an editor. He was ac
tive at Goessel, Kan., American
Falls, Idaho, and Salem in organ
izing and maintaining hospitals.
Since December 3, 1918. he had
served the public continuously
with his work at the Deaconess
hospital. He was a lifelong mem
ber of the Mennonito church. Fu
neral arrangements are In the
hands of Rigdon it Son.
The new newspaper at Eugene,
which made its initial bow last
week, is still too young to esti
mate definitely, but if the man
aging editor has anything to do
with it, it will be a success. John
W. Anderson, the man .who holds
that position, was formerly city
editor of the Portland Telegram.
He received his first training-at
Marshfield on the Coos Bay
Times In 192S and 1924. He is a
good news man.
No Classes at
All classes and regular meet
ling scheduled for Wednesday
at the Y. M. C. A. will be post
poned on account of Armistice
day, it was announced there yes
terday. This will include the
boys' - Rifle and Model Aircraft
clubs. The handball courts and
shower rooms, however. will be
open from 4:30 to 6:30 o'clock
in the afternoon.
In this city, 457 South 17th St.,
XTvir O Pkorlpa TT Slmnaoti. 70.
Tlnnev Sneaks President Carl i ''A hnahnnil nf Mirzaret
G. Doney of Willamette unlversl- SIm n Father of Alyce Simp- Dri inhri TirixririeT
- i m m m m BaamM .ar m m m m m -
:, Cai., Earl R. w" " ' w " o
Tni a marrlasrft li- I tr addressed members oi the ure- i
cense was Issued yesterday by I gon City women's club on Eauca- slmp80n 0f Oceanslde, Cal., and fc fl3rO"r7 Pf&r
Harlan Judd. deputy county clerk, tion and Experiences' Monday. JH B Simpson of Salem. Brother ViicXXgCU 1.1 CI C
The matter of guessins; a
woman's age will be more in
restraint than ever now, judg
ing from news dispatches.
When it reaches a point where
a woman will sue for f 100,000
because her age was divulged.
It is time for the once favorite
pastime of guessing a woman's
age to be more restricted. Bet
ter let them be as young as
And now comes a man from
Minnesota who wants to be pres
ident. There are a lot of men am
bitiou along this line, but Alon-
zo s. Hilton is apparently ser
ious. In a letter, written In long
hand, and apparently laboriously
written at that, this man wants
Oregon to vote on him at the
FORM PEACE GROUP
AT LOCAL COLLEGE
Eleven Willamette university
men have recently forsworn war
as an International evil, determin
ed to be pacifists and never take
part In war, whether it be inter
national or civil.
The young men have studied the
Question carefully and have all
reached the conclusion that noth
ing Is to be gained by warfare
They are allied with an interna
tional movement afoot whose fol
lowers believe that If sufficient
numbers In all countries refused
to go to war, warfare would fall
flat and be abolished as a mean!
of attempting to settle interna
Such men as Sherwood Eddy,
Winnlfred Wygal and Francis
Henson are on the national com
mittee of this league. It has re
ceived much encouragement and
support from Einstein. When Ein
stein came to this country he di
vulged freely his Ideas on war and
the uselessness of it. However,
little publicity wa3 given to state
ments of his concerning Interna
tional peace. declares Prof.
Laughlin of Willamette.
The Willamette men who have
taken tha peace - oath are: Ed
Rounds, Ernest Denning, Walter
Warner, Rufus ; Frans, jWIUiam
Burgoyne, Roscoe Plowman,
Wright "Eugene Smith, Wesley
Warren, Hayes Beall and Charles
Campbell. - Campbell is student
body president ot Willamette uni
versity and a number of tha other
men hold prominent campus ; po
sitions. -: U: -- - '.- v. r: -
The statement of their purpose
Is: "War is a crime against hu
manity. I therefore am determin
ed'not to support any kind ot war.
International or elvlL and strirs
for tha removal of the causes of
, Several other men on the- cam
pus are seriously considering taking-
such a stand. Tha group Is
separate from other Willamette
organisations and will meet occa
sionally to discuss peace problems.
Mill WOULD FILE
FOR U. PBESH
Increaalna tha value ot tha
gold ouace and putting back the
silver dollar, are proposea ny
Alonso S. . Hilton, ot Cloquet
Minn., who Monday attempted to
file with tbe secretary ot state
here for the office ot president
ot the United States on the dem
ocratic ticket. He requested that
his name be placed on the pri
Hilton also advocates develop
ment of the St Lawrence and
Mississippi rivers, more irriga
tion projects in the west and pav
ing all highways from the Mis
sissippi river to the Pacific ocean,
Secretary ot State Hoss advised
Hilton that his application should
first be made through the state
democratic central committee,
and If approved by them, his
name would be placed on the
Objection to the determination :
of the inheritance tax on the ee--Ute
ot the late Daniel J. Fry has
been listed regarding deeds to real v
property alleged to have been exe- -:'
cuted In tha latter part of 1930
Tha objection which was filed la
probate by tha state treasurer's :
office asks that the tax be' fixed v
The deeds are said by the treas-' .
urer to have been executed la
contemplation of death and to
take effect in possession and en
joyment after death. Tha property
in Polk, Tillamook and Marlon:
eounties Is rained at $92,000
Property in Salem is valued at
over half the total amount being . ;
as follows: four bits of property
priced at $20,000, $8,009, $1,100 1
'A trust fund ot $2,000 Is also .
averred to be held in trust for t
Ray Walsh, Jr.. Dan J. Fry HL
John C. Fry and Otis Fry, ,
The objections state that com-
putatlon of tha tax is-deficient
$100 and also charges that chari
table, educational and benevolent
beauests were deducted prior to
the computation of tha tax.
' Has Day Coach
Salem passengers to Portland.
Albany. Corvallls or En gene may
now ride on Southern Pacific's
deluxe "Cascade" at no extra
fare, according to A. A. Mlcket
district freight and passenger
agent. A coach has been placed
on this famons flyer to be oper
ated both north and south bound
between Portland, and Eugene
and extra fare removed between
to Leo T. Finley, 28, Jefferson,
and Cleo Wood. .18, 1031 South
25 th street. He gave his occupa
tion as cook; she gave hers as do
Xott Released Robert E. Nott, of A. E. Simpson of Salem Re-
2365 Walker street who was ar- mams are- at Clarence W. Hurst. 1880 Ne-
rested Sunday on a charge ot be- saiem wonuary on braska street, early Sunday morn-
Ing drunk, later was released toi bt. nnerai nouces laier. lng was arrested by cUy pollce 0Q
when be put up iio can. . a cnarge oi aming while drunk.
Olympic Programs Available
Persons desiring Information con-
wopn Ar-r In one of our smart At the residence, route 8. box
persons firing iniormauon con- Anigator Raincoats. All styles, all i64
ceding the Olympic games, Bishop's.. 136 North Com- B. .
" k lmr-ll Street.
S3 U1U aaltjt t AJUmj vvmiu yivpiawe
from R. R. Boardman, Y. M. C. A.
physical director, be said yester-
His automobile collided with one
METHODIST MEN S
Salem, Nov. 7. Mrs. Rebecca! . " ."'
. - . r, J 1 J . I ' u "UllU
j ones. at. Durnicu ui r,ni
iers, airs, iiznw j. aauoocj vi s
lem and Mrs. Lillian S. Hubbs of
Silverton; sons, Bruce' A. and
The candidate is a democrat,
but even then he might have
got a lot of consideration, if
hfs application were properly
approved. Just on the strength
of his program.' He says he
would irrigate all lands in the
west needing water, and would
pave all the highways from the
Mississippi to the Pacific
Dr. o. A. Pdrtodf
- ONLY -
As a special advertising feature I
am offering anyone who comes
into my office daring the week of
Nov. 9 to 13, Inc., 1931
Special reduction in all branches of
dentistry including plates, fillings, par
tial plates, fixed and removable bridg
es, plate repairs and extractions.
) Heckolite Plates
iThe non-breakable plate
that is flesh colored and
rooks like natural gums
The kind plate specialists
A roofless plate permits you
to taste your food, swallow
easily and feel sensations of
heat and cold. It is exactly
as I represent it a plate
without a roof.
COUNCIL TO MEET
The Salem district Methodist
MRS. THOMPSON H03fE
KTT VrPTrtXT XTnw a li..
Reece H. of Salem, William R. of Htna Thomson, who has been
Alrlle. J. Ben of Brogan and Mark iuag In the middle west since
O. of Dallas. Funeral services early in May, has returned to Sil-
Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 1:30 p. m. Tert0n. Since her return she has
from the chapel of W. T. Rigdon spent much of her t,me w!th her
and Son. Rev. Lovell officiating, daughter. Mrs. O. Spilde and her
iniermeni noneer cemetery, oe- granddaughter, Mrs. Sylrla Smith
t ween. Brooks and Gervais. at Salem. She nlans to visit at
t I Portland before she araln takes
Wedel Up her residence at Silverton. Be-
At a local nospitai, Nov. ,
day. The supply Is limited.
la Hospital Rev. D. J. Howe
of tha First Christian church has
reentered tha Salem general hos
pital for further treatment tor si
nus trouble which has been both
ering him for a number of weeks.
Ha will submit to anbther opera- j
lion. vr- ' I
. -I i 1 A a 1vnal hnnt ll Nn. V I. t . m . ..
C. K. Haynes, formerly of Pick- Men's councU wHl hold a meeting B Wedel, 73. Survived by widow, in the East, Mrs. Thompson stop
ens and Havnes Is nOW in the Oro- I .v- rtatlaa Methodist Church I TtItim nf Salem- children. F. .4 gUfl. wt.u .lv c
eery department hfthe Steuxloft I Wedneeaay night. beginning with Wedel of Salem, Mrs. P. J. Schrag tnd Mrs. George Henrlksen, form-
Bnicum - Ti 'l I . n.toh innrh at s-30 o'clock. I 01 P wie, who., ua o. . i er suvert onians. Kev. r. Hen
He wm welcome iriena. au - ----- " - f f . wedel of Lebanon; brother, B. B.
former customers here, f , . A discussion of WS ' "?na' Wedel of Goessel. Kans., and sis
' ; d. laJt' " wH.n r the Myrtle Point church ter R gchmIdt of Qoe88e.
juiccoKe ousjuttopu . project unaenwea """ la 1 rrandrhildren Funeral
WU saS I aMaiivU aaa ' wori OI aUC Kl uu v.
on a charge of operating an auto- J Tne program, which is1 expected
mobile with- defective brakes, to artw several hundred Metho-
rlksen has been far from well In
Riggon and Son.
Jndxa Mark Paulsen suspenaea Atlltl men. wm include group
his driver's license for five days. Linking led by Dr. C. V. LltUen
Albany r vocal sola dv rs.,-oai-
' Give Addresa Dr. Carl Gregg
Doney of Willamette university
lentyne, Dallas; groap discussion
of "Who Will Support tne cnurcn
glTO la nuuma v.. w
r and Experience" before the Wom
an's club thera.
the Bundenthaler men's ouartet;
anl three-minute addresses.
n . Rnmoni and Roy m.
. ... i w fi.ii. r.Mrr I t jivnnnr. both of Salem, are
Messenger of Fullerton, CaL. was president and ecrtary. respee-
a business visitos yeateraay t usiutbv. " zZZZL
w ci. Kmes-er realty oiuce, tw
crrv view cemetery
Established 1893 Tel. 8652
Perpetual care provided for
DR: B. H. WHITE
Night and Day Calls
External Cancer Removed
Office, 855 If. Capitol St.
-Phone 5030 - Salem, Ore.
That's an ambitious orozram.
me candidate says this would!
put millions of men to work and
would put business on Its feet If
he were president now, these
state employes would "tot . have
to part with their day'a pay. But
we can see little chance for Mr.
lUM FILLED AT
415 State Tel. 0123
Ask Tour Doctor
To Japan, China and
Manila sail from Van
couver or Victoria ttihtr
via Honolulu by the
parodist route - Empress
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fastest on the Pacific,
and Empress of Canada!
or direct by the Spttd
way Exprtst Ship Em
presses of Asia and
1931 sea-going luxury...
180 S. Commercial
Tuesday and Satur
day 2 to 5 r. M.
W. II. Deacon, Cral Aettt Psss'r Dept
I4S-A Broadway, Portland. M'aVy 03
AaMrtcaa Sak ButUial
was en route home.
lrnnffan To Mr. and. Mrs.
Oscar Milllgaa, route two, a glrL
Doris Jeax. bora on Noremoer
thai residence. J? tJ .
Asher To Mr. and Mrs. Guy
p.. Aaher. route three, a rlrl, Jeaa
Elisabeth, bora on Novemher 4 at
Hfthri atattou. .
' Austin To Mr. and lira. S. C
Anatln. 1540 North Fourth St an
8 pound sou horn today at the
Bnngalow Maternity Bonte.
IN CASH PRIZES
See Your Driifjgift
WtUest apartUM er leaf at ana.
l Oracaa B Ma. rHa , S50S
Phooa SJIfTrr Moderately
A Park Cemetery
With Perpetual Care
Just tea minutes from the
heart ot town .
to Rent .
Call P10, Used Fumltare
- 151 North High
MORTUARY , .
t If. Clough
Dr. L. E. Barrick '
V. T. Goldea
Charch at Farry t
Shrock Indian Service
347 N. High St.
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Watch for our special fea
tures every week at
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v r ' - DRUG STORK "- . .
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Oriidnal Yellow Front
Candy Special Store nf Salem
li It Camf froau Schnef ers
Ita tho Beat In T(
To meet tbe present day competition I am making reduc
tions that are worth investigating. My dental work as
guaranteed and the most careful consideration Is given my
patients at aU times.
DR. C. A
Telephone 3858 110 No. Commercial St.
Soup or Salad
Meat or Fish Potatoes
Bread and Butter or RoQs
Pie or Pudding and Drink
have many little things
to Sell, Swap, Rent,
that they .
if it were not
for the fact
Cost Too Much
These people will be
glad to know
that this is
If you but take
advantage of the
Low rates of the
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