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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
AH INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Slsewnere ft a year.
H order of U. 8. government, all
fcail subscriptions are payable la d-
Mr. Crow's Kind Offer.
suppose " Timothv Turtle said
PRICE CUTTING WAVE.
The wave of nnVi mrtinir that
.E. : . --uvn-, viiui u iinrcuiiiv LIIC l.lllllli.I V IM1II.
.uMicu m cr ruing excepi V. . - , . , 7 . - r
Sunday by The Capita: journal Print-! cates t&at t&e era of high pnces is n earing an end and that the
rhV Vmng Pass the peak and will gradually decline. It
umce, i; Editorial room. 82. uuc lu tauses, wnicn may De enumerated as .follows:
putnam. Editor and Publisher, i Curtailment of credits by banks under direction of the
ate&u.M oC"ad cU" maJ ma" I federaI reserve system, to check inflation and speculation and di-
blbscriptio.n rates - '"" oui yiuuucuun ana graauauy restore:
By carrier to eenu a month. By nnance l a sound basis, thus preventing a financial collapse and'
all 60c a month, 11.15 for three I industrial rlifiaster Tkli i... i j I
..nUu. O.J5 for si. month 4 perl firsr nfth . . V " " uiiuernay Since ine;
rar in atarion and Poik countiea i lirst or tne year, and is accomplishing its obiect.
cessation or buying by the public on account of higKZnnnZ ST old Mr- Crow-"1
prices, leaving stores with heavy stocks of merchandise and th --"lgalor is fine
necessity 0i disposing of them to meet demands of banks nd
... 3; Investigations by the department of justice of the pro
fits of huge department stores with a view to prosecution for!
profiteering, which probablv influenced
j . - - . .. WA VIItU
reductions recently announced.
There is danger, however, fa curtailing credits, less it handi
cap industry and cripple useful production, thus creating a short-
n. rV' ,. "Y1"10 "e nign prices m the future. It is ex-
regOIl frscted that local banks will exercise the discrimjnation'necessary
Aicprrjnrffonc - r---
Ine Klfliahnn is noroTavofn1 K.r e i ...
"e6'"'"iw "J me iciusai oi congress to re
vise our taxation, which is one of the principal reasons for in-!
tv, I ' everv. producer and distributor adds the tax to
w.v F.iuu ouu ine consumer pays it ultimately
BY ARTHUR SCOTT. BAILEY
" " "antiyoU that i ..B7Trr-
: was Mr. crow's bois- von 7. u 06 helnf.-
torou, cousin. Jasper Jar. tel? W"tt C W
When he heard that . Mr: Crow pre- to i " S"? to
tended to -tn . 'o learn to fly." 00 "J.,.
i v uuiii ears
of his eyes.
"I've always been misunderstood,"
he declared mournfully. "I'm really a
kindhearted souL And just to prove to
imothy Turtle s, ,
'And I II art do ' C
Advertising repreaentaUvee-W. D.
Ward, Tribune Bldg., New York: W.
H. KtockwelL Peoples Gaa bldg.,
KEMBER OF ASSOCIATEn PHEsa
The Associated Press la exclusively (
wuuueu io me use ror publication of
u news dispatches credited to It or
ot otherwise credited In this paper
and also local news published herein:
Portland The wool auction sales,
which was sthedulod to be held : i
this city on May 25 has been post
poned until 10 u. m. June 14. An
nouncement to this effect was made
by T. J. Muhoney. general manuqvr
" me Luiumuyt utisin wool ware
house company. The sale will take
llace at the company's warehouse.
Warshfield The car shortage has
caused the closing of three lame saw
mills on Cons Hay and near the
mouth of the I'mpqua river within
the past week, it was reported today,
mid others will soon rlose unless the
nituation is relieved. More than 500
urn uueauy are out oi work as
nun or me mills closing. Storage yards
at nil of the plants arc piled nigh
wn cut lumoer.
Eugene Thousands viewed Ku
gene's first aerial circus here Thurs
day. Three bigDellnvlland planes, in
the fi.rest patrol service In California
and which had been sent here, two
Curtis ships owned by the Orego i,
Washington and Idaho corporation of
Portland and a Curtis owned by the
Kugene Airplane company, took part
lu the circus.
The situation ia not r);ffo.iv, i ,,
- ...... . i j v i. wii n.i r:iii iiiiiii it i urnipn -i 1 1 ..... -
il , , " "v ius every
Z', n f T b-en 3 curtai!ment of useful production, a
cessation of industrv. increased rnn0ilmn4.;nn j '..
m.i.nw: '' nrC. . . .7 "P"" Bvstematic
uu urauuiuo , ine COST OT The war mnof k ;j l
!K.ti".-a"d thh'tion of stocks and increased costs send prices
"wining in uii lines. '
To show that historv is venoatin ;ioi 1. n. .
louino- t, 4u r.....:." ' T7. T .6 '"DC"- "c Juie me ioi-
: : ;l t a Xv ?esl and Keview- which iuotes
writer in the London Mjio-nno itct n
.. . " uh ine enormous
H i I
Slin vnn nttn Iv
assure him. "One can never be too old
to try a thing."
But Timothy Turtle replied that eir-
en if he was young enough to attempt
such a feat as flying, he hadn't the
least idea of the way to go about it.
Old Mr. Crow was most hopeful.
"I'll tell you what you ought to do."
he advised. "You swim down the creek
as far as the big bluff. And it will be a )
Ci. f). P- Cnmionltn. c -
THE STORY OF 16 NOATf
By A. H. VANDENBERR
The second republican national con
vention met at Chicago May 16, 1860,
in the famous "wigwam" specially
erectea ior tne occasion and with ao
commodations for 10,000 neoole. neie-
simpie matter ior you to cumo up to I gates attended from all the free-soil
PortlandLowering ot prices on
clothing and wearing npparet con
tinued to spread here. Clothing m -chants,
who led the van lu cutting
prices early In the week, were being
Renerally followed by dealers In wo
men's wear and in a few cases 'jy
hhoe dealers. There was no nppreel
nble reduction apparent In uny sta
ple articles of food.
PortlandThe local Immigration
nuthorltles here recommended that
Iho 13 Japanese sailors rescued at sea
nnd brought here by the Admiral un
or Pawlet be transported to Japm
on tne steamer kalsho Maru sched
uled to sail Sulurday.
Oregon City Reverend Father ,T,
Illllebrand, dean of McLaughlin'e In
stitute of Oregon City and for 20 yen.ru
J'aslor of Bt. John's Catholic church
lias been appointed by Pope Benedict
t Kome prothonetary ftpofltlllc, with
the official title of "iiionslguoie," ac
cording to announcement received
Baker Notice has been received
liy Postmaster fleorge II. Foster that
the Baker post office will be timde
a first class office on July 1. Increase
o( population with a corresponding
Increase In Industry nnd business h.is
made It possible for Baker to get .n
rwnu mtJ .......ii.i.j ... ... . " viiuniiuuo ca-
r--- ..u ui.aneieu success ot the late war" as follows-
Jom; and Z 1" ot Z-Z T' &"u "" ta every corner of this "ing-
no less TT'T !" .rf"kS or of m!n
contented with one dish of ment ,Y D"""leeP"', wno used to be well
ln ee times ns ml .1 Z?!' ,?? ?Te and one ma. "ow two or
. - vnits aas ner tea. her card
dressinir-room! nnA hlo ,. .i .. .. .. . . "er cara
and his, mH ...... . I " i"ues, ana ner
front boxes at the nlavhous. t iV. hltchen flre to the
mechanic will touch nothing ht ,hl ,1 "m"uraclurer and the meanest
white bread: tT'Z no't 2,!
what he formerlv received f, 7 " " u"u' Ie.lne.wagea tor being Idle to
seek for a red, f k.. "B ne th' he has
v (llf sucvHui'es l)V Pint onrl tQhAiiin
value of our money i, decieased b" Its auLT the"' the
'by universal luxury, and the Z,,L I consumption increased
'".untne, now also' IwTrZZl ?-e from poorer
prices of all the necessaries of iif :.' l"e I'nt exorbitant
- wo no wonaer.
,, .. OVERALLS.
own1 SSS; ri:f.;deffiadSf isr &.;ith
the rWM -ml uid h. .u"1 .W curb
threw them in the creek, or ,.,- sta!? e tok and
"He's a very powerful fellow
-Mr. Crow replied with a smile.
"Did 'you ever try to follow him?"
Timothy wanted to know.
Mr. Crow shook his head.
"No!" he answered. "I simulant
want to do that, because one never
could tell when he might take a no-1 the end of
Hon to jump Into the water."
"Oh! Thep he can swim, can her"
"Certainly Mr. Crow assured him.
"Then that's another way in which
he's like me!" Timothy Turtle cried
"And if I could fly, I'd be still more
like him." -
"Why don't you learn?" Mr. Crow
the top of the bluff and jump off the
rock that hangs high.up over the wa
Timothy Turtle looked far from hap
py at that suggestion.
"I shouldn't care to do that," he
"Whynot?" Mr. Crow asked -him.
"You know there's only one way of
flying, and that's through the air."
"I might fall," Timothy objected.
"What if you did?" said Mr. Crow
glibly. "You'd only fall into the water, j
And everybody agrees that you're a
fine swimmer . . .You aren't agraid to
get your feet wet, are you?" And he
laughed loudly at his own joke,
ior some reason Timothy lost his
temper. Perhaps he thought Mr. Crow
was disrespectful to his elders.
"Look here young man!" he snap
ped, glaring angrily at old Mr. Crow.
"If you're laughing at me, I'll invite
you to drop down here and stand on
Old Mr. Crow grew sober at once.
The mere thought of perching hims?w.
in so dangerous a position was enough
to put a quick end to his noisy haw
haws. "My dear sir!" he cried. "I wouldn't
dream of standing on the nose of a fine
old gentleman like you. No indeed'!
My manners are too good for that."
"I'm too old," Timothy sighed.
"Not at a,.l" Mr. Crow hastened TV tZ Z?Z
same old tune,
great reform, mv dears. 1&aTZ AH thus a
busy profiteers are fencing i thrvvorid Une1; and sti11 the
they expect to develop a water system
oi sixty-two horsepower. A large bam
on tne west side of the channel will
be converted into a seed and feed mill.
From their water power they will oper
ate a water system to the house nnd
barns and for irirgation when neces
sary, and also furnish power for a sub
stantial electric lighting system which
has already been installed.
Such men and such achevements as
they are accomplishing will have the
encouragement of every person in ev
ery city of Marlon county.
since taking possession of th farm
Messrs. Lima have nlanted fiftoo
acres or walnuts and filberts. Early In
the season Mr. Lima thought that the
rreeze last winter had killed the trees,
but they are starting out nicely at pres
ent and he seems greatly encouraged
over the prospects.
Water Services Disliked.
A formal complaint against the serv
ice rendered by the Southwest Bide
Water company of Multnomah county
wus tiled with the public service com
mission, Thursday, by Ellis C. Thayer
and others, The assets of the company
was recently transferred to the Mult
nomah Co-operative Water association
the complaint, shows.
LOVE and MARRIED LIFE
By the Noted Author - .
IDAH McGLONE GIBSON
A fSIMPLU WAY TO
IIIC.MOYE DA.NDIU IT
There Is one sli way that has nev
er failed to remove dandruff at
once, and that is to dissolve it, then
you destroy it entirely. To do this,
just get about four ounces ot plain,
common liquid arvon from any drug
more thlm Is U you will need.) ap
ply It lit niirht when retiring! use
imuugh to moisten the scalp and rub
It in gently with the finger tips,
toy morning, most if not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, nnd three or
tour more applications will complete
ly destroy every single sign and trace
of it, no matter how much dandruff
you may have.
You will find all itching and dig
ping of the sculp will stop Instantly,
ami your hair will be fluffy, lustrous,
Rlossy, silky nnd soft, and look and
feel a hundred times better. (ndv)
A LKTTK.R I'KOM CARL
uiniK in lime, my dear K..th.
erlne you will come to be like me. It ia
'iui nave grown sensible soon
r iimn you; perhaps Booner ' than
mom women, uut I believe evarv n
man comes to accept life as It Is an l
"l UH "no wisnes it to be if she liv
AVIth this Alice left me and I pre-
....-. ir oeu. i ao not know when 1
went to Bleep, but when T nt.,i
mo morning i remembered that
'Mt fought before unconclnn.
neg was not of my husband ah
any of my affairs, but of Karl Sh'ep
ard. T in,, r.f ........ ..... ...
- ouih nueiner I was
;MP ""'I r the time or whether
it was all a very visible dream, but l
seemed to hear his voice calling call
ing to me, saying:
ivatherlne, it Is not so. There n,.
men who can love devotedly nil their
men it must have i ......
for I plainly gaw Karl ghepard sit
ting away out on lhe bmv f
looking over an exquisite moonlit sea.
He was all nlone and his face was In
expressively sad. The deck w... in
serted nnd I got the impression that
it was very Into. Sn,l,l,l.. r .....
- j HIW 111S
i..it.-men ana it seemed as though
-n my nearness, ror he said:
"I Want to Slake You lTuppy"
"It l nil right, Katherine; it is all
right, I only want to make voii hap
py. Fate hus played me a r.itw
scurvy trick, my dear, when there are
so many other women in the world
to insist that I shall love you. but 1
am going to be true not only to you,
but to my friend.' John Gordon, and 1
iiUnd, for however much a woman U
""happy ln her nmnieA 1JfeWan '
much she is soothed and flatfewdZ
te thought that some other man stand
,l , " "ecisiao and Han
a d '"M". " Vth my 10118 d coffee
a little ' i.causlu ni" breath with
a little eilp, for there was a letter
with a postmark on It from ,,, .J
eml of the world-and the superscrip
tion wus iii Karl She nurd 'a hn..j
long while I waited before I opened
t, and then I read this unsigned poem
Cherry trees in breathless splendor,
Llossom pink and whit.
The little song birds trill with w'omie.
f tf n. .
v.. mo very soul or you.
Love, can there be mimiii..
After winter's death-bells ring?
we reoorn, incarnated'
1 I !. ... . . . ...
nue men noid forth a spring'
Ah, bi t love .were this thought certain
Could my snored dreams come true,
All eternity I would- give for
Just one moment filled with you
Tomorrow A Contrast in Letter
..... , 0,y away rrom you, my
dear, until I can look both von and
him In the eye and call you friends
and know In my Inmost he.,ii ti,,.. i
speak truthfully. Now, of course. 1
nm friends to neSth..,. ,.t t ....
.,... .... jvu. i m
juiii nuMutinus enemy, for I did not
think It possible for my friend, John
v..i.u to treat any woman as he has
jvatnerlne. dear, my Heart grows
apprenens on bermiu l
that at this minut something may be
mjioninK iht would make you un-
"Ji.v, unit oeeause of mv i...
Hiw ...... . .
' -' 1 I , . t-n,i n,ti f,A ........ .. . .
,. ,. 41 "v i"nr .vou io
"...u,, l(, Bay, .,,, .,,.. .,,.
night, that was made for love is lost
Without J'OU. Only In mv thnno-hta
only In my dreams I feel you ne.-ir
And then I saw lilm e-t un n..ii,
)y lid shake himself almost .m-iiv
as thouMh he would put away every
thing of which he hal been think!., ,
and I awakened to find it morn-
For a long time I cou.J not realise
Whether it had been a dream or
whether m' fcou! had been where
Karl Shep.trd ws. I was just as sure
as I was sure thnt t i. ,.i
ill my own room, in the quiet town,
and was looking out nt !he ..1.1 e)ie.
, ,- . . , ' , 'ry ,"", iM fuil ,l"','n )Mt nbreist
Hue- u iKcit w:i" inu m;iriy ; moment Karl Sh"pai'd
h- l.,e,..,ie .,' t.' o' f i-U- a m,tmr set, thmk-ns
-..i -! ri i ,-). n , ir.u-i l I fee The thou ;ht
li'"n' I it,ut m
(By II. E. Browne.)
There Is probably as much patriot
Ism shown in farm work as In any oth
er vocation, nd R H. Uma ft aJ. .
in the cluss of natHnrin . ..
a 1 V,T u,Bllneol'V that agricultural
" 7"1 18 roundatlon oi n?I
Ms son, who own a beautiful farm In
the eastern part of the county or. Butte
rfeek ,are engaged in a line of deve lop!
met that should command the w
irif a"d tver' S0 word or,
"" H1BV nrnmnra U-
efJlT H" nd enhance the
" ' ,nelr "bor-for is It not a
fact that prosperity to the farmer
means g,,od times for all? M( ,nrer!
11 I01' " other consideration,
commands 'at all times best wishes for
the success and welfare of the farm
Mr. Lima came tn i,.ri- ...
eighteen years ago ft-o,,, Minnesota
and located upon the farm whom h
nas since lived. I'ntu th,.
f .r,,, v. '.'. Vm"
" Mf uwn r nsiiipiwii m ,
. .. . -..VM nl Ullft
eonld see In its virtues whl. h
era had observed, except, perhaps Its
convenience of location, situated. Bs it
is, midway between Xt-,m,..,'.
Silverton. From that Hi,,. ... .!,.
the aid of his son. h ,..
mrrerent lines of development whose
slfwifance cannot be over estimated
and the end is not yet. To better equip
the farm for a state builder and a pro
moter of the food producing interest
they are presently engaged in develop
In a w ,,ter power which will be of ma
terial worth io the entire country as
"'! as to the enterprise husband-!
""'" a cnannel is beir-.jj ,hi
p and lit irh-
length where in thev
To the Editor: As a California vis
itor I am much amused and mnr
tonlshed at the exceedingly rabid and
iu.se euicoriai in the Oregon States
man of May 19th.
It first makes the statement that
most of the California "delegates to the
national republican convention are
millionaires. There are six who may
be. Of the other 26 they are all farm
ers,, labor leaders, women active ln
ciuo ana civic life as well as some pro
fessional men. With the next breath
the editor says Johnson's only support
is the pro-German and radical ele
ment. It would seem strange that
these California business and profes
sional men, these club women and la-
Dor leaders would stand for a man aft
er a life time's acqaulntance if he were
sympathetic with the radical or dis
loyal elements in this country. Hiram
Johnson just won his certification
from his own state after his ten years
of public service by the greatest ma
jority ever given to any candidate In
tne Lnited States at a primary election,
by a majority of 164,000. This major
ity was given him without his having
set his foot in the state or making one
speech. It was just the great outpour
ing of the people of a state in gratewil
appreciation of his services to us and
to the nation.
Hiram W. Johnson will he an aiei
ate delegate in the republican con
vention. He will tell the convention
exactly his stand on the league of na-1
tions. He will tell them what the re
miblloan papers of Oregon have re
fused to tell their readers and that is
that he is not opposed to any league of
He will tell them that he always has
and does now favor an intematlons. ;
tribunal, open and public, in which tho
United states will sit as her Own mistress.
Callfornlans are asking their sister
state of Oregon to send its republican
delegation pledge to the support of this
distinguished son of the Pacific coast.
Our interests of Industrial develon- i
ment, transportation, Irrigation, land
development and commerce are Identi
Should not the west seize lta oppor
tunity and claim from the republican
party Its right to furnish to the natiop
a man whose administration record Is
unsurpassed? A man whose business
administration took treasury with a
1260,000 deficit and left It nfter i
years with a surplus of 17,000,000. . A
man who controlled the public corpor-
""'"i rainy and Honorably. A man
books, a teachers retirement pension, k
mother's pension for half orphaned
children, who forced through the leg
islature the first eight-hour law for
women in the United States.; who had
passed a workman's compensation act
with a state insurance department
which protected the employe against
the extortionate insurance rates of pri
vate companies; who had nassed a
minimum wage act that has put mil
lions of dollars of increased wages in
to the pockets of the working women
of California? He created a highway
commission which has built a net work
of highways which are the delight of
native and tourist.
He did all these things by bringing
into public service men and women
of the highest type of citizenship and
expert knowledge. As he has done in
his own state he will do nationally as
president of the United States. With
Mr. Hoover out ot the primary in Ore
gon, no liberal can afford to vote in
tne republican primary for any man
but one great westerner, Senator
Hiram w, Johnson.
KATHERINE PHILIP EDSON,
Delegate to the National Republican
convention from California.
Salem, Or., May 19th.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mahala J and J D Pertle to J
M and Belle Chappell prt W
27 Salem ,
Sarah Clawso nto Earl Bailev
It 1-2-7-8 by 4 Wolfers add
Hubbard; Its 3-4-5-6 bl 3
Wolfers add Hubbard Sisnn
T D Allen to Martha Gunderson
It 1 Aliens second add Silver-
state and from the six slave states of
Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Ken
tucky, MissdUil and Texas.
The temporary chairman was David
Wilmot author of the famous "Wil
mot Proviso" and formerly an ant
slavery democrat. The permanent
chairman was George Ashmun of Mas
sachusetts. Seward was the leading: presidential
candidate when the convention assem
bled, and to him was attached an earn
est, affectionate following. His only
formidable rival was Lincoln, whose
debates with Douglass in 1858 haa
btiilded him into tremndous challenge.
"Favorite sons" first put in their
appearance at this convention; Simon
Cameron from Pennsylvania, Edward
Bates from Missouri, Salmon P. Chase
from Ohio, William L. Dayton from
New Jersey (nominated for vice-president
four years previously) and Jacob
Collamer from Vermont. Together
they represented 140 votes an uncer.
tain .but determining convention fac
i On the first ballot, ST
"y- On the second P"1
Lincoln was within i?, PttJ
nation; and ere tk. ot
ally announced, Ohio Were's
him the necessary voLT"18
designate the G,Zt Z
immortal task. TwoS Mtwte
- The Dlatform .
against dis-union .
amendment to the reS0iutJ4
tee report forced by jl BU
dings, and George wiln. G
New York: denied , w"'?
for a Pacific railroad-2T? m
the doctrine of tartf
One of the interestinir ftV,,.....
convention was Horace GwT
mous editor of the New York Sh.
who-though thereto. 1 v"9 I
litical partner of SewardvJZ.": f
in .the convention amM iT. T
onnnRitlnn T-.,1,T-. . . m '
.. ... t,Jle l0 0Mai
from New York, he went to Chfc
as a delerrata fr. V,IUCW
"i men prohibiting (Msg,,,
of absentee representation.
(Continued tomorrow, with n..
'of the Third Convention.) "
who gave to the state free school text
Cyrus Clonser to L.T Reynolds
- 30 A sit 7S 2 and 3W
Phebe H and S L Hamer to Ag
nes tl Eskelson It 26 Ewald
fruit farms ..;
F M and Mary Baker to D E
Geiser prt It 14 Silverton 2850
James M and Carrie Mishler to
Q Aaron and Rachel Esch
i.is A Woodburn
P W Reyelts to Emma C Eiig
dahl It 6 bl 5 Salem Heights
D F and A W Eastburn to Kai-1
u .aecke prt It 24 bl 2 Bur
lington add ..
Jessie V and J J Lote to M L
and Ruth Barber It 4 bl 14
Englewood add Salem
Eva and C W Gillett to Alfred
and Dorothy Klamp prt it S
bl 3 add A Woodburn .
ii unu m k commons to John
R and Alice Shaffer prt bl
6 Presnall and Smith Add;
aiso it 11 and 12 Highland
R T and F E Smith "to" Bruce"
Cunningham It 93 Ewald
A E and Ella Stewart to Lewi
is A and Katherine Youne
Prt D L C of A J Davie in 8S
R M Nusom to Frank' V Novak
prt it l and 2 In tract bl
Anna M Weisenwerger to A P
and Mary Cartwright It 3 bl
7 Capital Park add .
Grant E and Matilda Rnenov "."
William H Hosmer prt Us 3
and 4 sec 16 in 8S IE
Mrs George and George B Bar-"
ker to Milo C and Edvthe E
Matthews 10 A sit sec 32 in
ROSTEIN S GREENBA
Dry Goods, Shoes and Millinery
Nice Ginghams and Percales
White Pique, Galatea and Crepe
Nice Voiles, pretty patterns at 90c a yard
Mercerized Table Cloth, good quality, 72 inches wide,
a yard $1.50
Napkins.to match, 18x18 at $2.50 per dozen
Real Table Linen, 1.75 to $3.50 a yard
Pongee Silks at $1.00, $1.15 and $1.45 a yard
Long Silk Gloves at 75c a pair v
" Millinery, latest styles, best quality
Children's Hats, good assortmnet, popular prices
Millinery Trimmings, Big Variety
240 2ND 246 COMMERCIAL STREET
The Economical Member of the
Nine out of ten times is the woman. And yet
few women" are given the leaway to exert that in-,
herent. trait of economy because the men manage
Many women remedy that state by maintaining
individual Savings or Checking accounts here at
the United States National Bank -
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Overmire Steel Construction Compasj
Wo have tn stock for Immediate Shipment
S5lrom to 34 tache P to 0 foot lengths.
v-i i fpom to 15 niches, up to 60 foot lengths.
!rt rol' to 8x8 inches, up to 80 foot length
n r toche8 Jxjh tacrHs, up to 68 foot ",f,a
. T"ES- 8 to 21 wide, to -8 toches thick -
TANK, FLANGE STEEL and iJjUXB STEEL PLATES'
Manufacturers of Tanks, Boilers, Stacks, Pipe, Fabricated W
. lal f or Jluildlngs and Bridges
East Water Street and Hawthorne Avenue, PORXT.4VD OBECO'
Phono East 8721
ns durf twelve
le-Ni'f mile in
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BROWN AUD mr-Rirtrtr?
BEST FOR HOME SHINES SAVE THP Tn-rw-n
. THE BIG VALUE MCKAgI1
J pastes liqwds for eud. tb e
TMI r. t. PAlitT CCKJOIAT,-, aaj Vni Shoe, &
LADD & BUSH
EstaWished 1868 -General
Office Hours from 10 s. n. to 8 p. n.