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July 28, 1922
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..... in Calaveras Drove,
K.rnlJ, W" Trip Acre
v Country to M.
! nt the moat InmreMliiif Ulit
P . .... in California for th
f L,.r Calaveras grove, fum
f('r the K"'r of I"
. ...ii la lii w ttutnll valley injur
rilf0 . ,.f the Hun Antonio.
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8 one ' ,Mr,',,t 02
rf In clrcutnferwuce mj ow W
I inn. rut ,',,v8 ,nn
- The t"P ,,f thl" ,nw hM
,,, mooth-d 'f " M0W ""'
lrt J2 dniu'ra. In IMS a newspaper,
, BH Tree Hulletln, w printed
sir the ihimp 1" ,"0 ' h
rt25 fet ln lllt,,er ,,l 0 ,,,'t
... beyond He the Immense trunk
It' fell. meaurlng 30'J fwt from the
to the extremity. Upon tliU u
limed a bHrrooiu and tenpin alloy,
rrtfhlnf l''lt l u'lM,r r'B' fur
jlKtmc of 81 feet, affording ample
net for two alley bed "Id by able.
b(AS ONCE SISTER NATION
urMtlnfl to Recall Time When the
Ortat State Waa an Inde
HTirti Washington, capital of the
Med Staii-a, was little more than a
ut of mud street between jhwi
U 184. ay a bulletin of the Na-
m Ow'Kreplilcal society. Auatin
in a similar world capital, the wet
internment of the Independent re-
EMIt of Tenia, which for ten year,
mediately after lodependure had
t won from Mexico, eilated aa the
low nation of the I'nltfd 8tate.
ndtera and apwlal envo wprw nr.
Wlted to the ropubllc by the l'nltel
iiN, and half donen or more of
Limiting DHtlone of Europe, end the
Jtdi and amenKIca of world dlplo.
,rj were carried out punctiliously
the little rapltnl.
Auitln nreet-rvee a memory of the
fc; mul'llP to enter the United
in in the niune of lie principal
rwt, Congrr avenue. AWms thle
timghfare were altuated the con
Irwlonul hnlla of the nation. At the
Udof thla avenoo, on the crent of n
IsnandlnK hill, la the prwnt atate
plioL Ita architecture, like Hint of
km; oehfr atnte rapt tola, la largi'ly
mured from the capllol at H'uah
tflun, and It la almnat aa extenxUe,
W'D the In rj; cut of tlio forty eli'ht
What Peetry la Not.
ittltudea ti)war(U poetry are aa
irtfiut aa Ita kind. And the reader
tilt have thought over these at
imtea when he conaldered the prob
la of rreatlng an audience or hecom
(part of une, unya Jeannette Marka
the North A merlon Itevlew. Some
pllnit neojile, not lll-educnted either,
Pi upon pin-try aa one of the ele-
pndei of life, wlthnl a little auper
hw, Othera think poetry la auar-
titer. It la. aouietlmea. Soareaome
oplt, and there are no federal laws
of putting them out of the way.
ib mep and women regard pwtry
ifntlmental nonsenae. In that It
jnt be shIiI certain typea of poiilry
r like any rroaa-aectlon of human
"tore to be found anywhere. The
Ft damaging of nil altitudes la that
m holds that poetry la Inimical
f the facta of life and of science.
'"me poetry la, The great eat poetry.
piking th common speech of coin
"n human experience and Jove for
tura, never la.
f the wonderful thlnga thut have
m ralnstorma. Occualonotly It
fH'H, auuln l 1m milnsheM of blood.
J'Kltne inlncrnl mnh ii1tlnr ITro.
pntly there Ik n foundation for thene
Jtonea, and Inveatliratlnn furnlahea
10 explanntion of the phenomena.
I Bordeaux for mnny yeara, In
fij"! and May, ao-called "ralna of
f Pur" have been noticed, when the
f TO becomes simtted with whut aeein
f 6 patches of aulphur brought down
flti raln" Thl" Phenomenon waa
ftlOllg ago the mihWr e u .nlunrlflo
"'estlgatlon, and It waa shown that
'uppoaod aulphur waa really the
Sril nulr,t,l WBB I rlt J lilt?
1. 7 PIlpn of a apeclea of pine, large
fffltt of which exlHt south and south-
Z Bor(1,''- The ralna referred
occur at the time of the flowering
Cm k plnpH the P""n of w,,lcn
lb .i Carrlod t0 " reHt he,ht ,n
Odd Dlaplay. of Polltene.a.
IHP f,ll-nsa ... ......
Fir v eourteay ana civility
in , tern countries lmve ulwa
'h L 1 extravagant nature.
. " "uweu iilinHolf to the ground
h,B reapwet to etrnngera.
kilt !n" WaH tuken "P wlth P
L?'""n 11 no wonder that
W 8ka Hp,t "I" aervnnt in great
hth B" ftrrun be warned him,
Vf mm "ny II,an snlut hi'" nt.
iN iAi "nn "nlute tbee anawer him
kuT ' th,!re "ng no time to
Kim tT('tnnny- Thft Ar,,h of todny
fHend I a" soon 8,1 ,,e Pprc,lvt,s
i ove th! (,,Ktnn,e, Inquires over
k tu J 0gnln rftgnrdlng the health
M tH ;rlend's ,,p'"-' nnd glvea
ittorPerrniH thnt t,uy- nre once
J "Tmltted to meet.
FEARED BAD LUCK PERIODS
Altec, Bell.vad That Evil Fate. Ruld
uurmo the Last Five
Daya of Year.
The aNm.. iHU-ndur ioiikIhIwI of a
yenr of is iiiimthM ,f :m ,i...,.
i a tl.mlnK ,.rlod of nve daya, Into
u waa iu.ii.ve.J nil the hnd luck
ff tlio year wm
atnrted upon a Journey during theae
imya, rr wnr mine tnUfortuna
would hi.fnil ,im no wofKlcuttor ven
ttsred Into the forest to hew wood
uuring una period, leal wild hoaata
ahould devour him; the liouaea were
left unawept; the houaewlvea made
no pottery veaaela; children un
fortiiiuite oa to be born on one of
theae five daya were by that very fuct
predeatlned to mlafortune for the reat
of their Uvea.
The ni-xt, and among the Art era
the only time purlod higher than the
year, waa the xlhultlmolpla, or cycle
of 62 yeara. It waa held that at the
cloae of one of theae perloda would
aoina day come the deatructlon of
On the laat night of the xlhulti
molpla firea were extinguished on
the heartha, and the lohabltantt of
Tenochtltlah (City of Mexico) moved
out of the city and took up poaitlona
on the aurroundlng hllla, waiting
feverishly either for the destruction
of the world or, In the event of sun
rise, the dawn of another xlhultlrnol
pla. Once the aun had arlaen, how.
ever, great were the rejoicings. Flree
were rekindled and the erlala waa
over for another 52 yeara.
NONE CAN EXPLAIN "AURORA"
Nerthern Llghte Said to Be Due te
Paaeage of Electricity Through
The aurora borealla (or northern
lights) la occasionally aeen In the
north temperate aona and frequently
In the polar region a. It la aald to be
due to the passage of electricity
through the rarefied air of the arctic
none. Tlie name "aurora borealia"
waa flrat used by Caasendl, who, In
1821, observed one Id France, and
wrote a description of It. The "au
rora" la periodic In Ita manlfeatatlona,
the finest dteplaya being at Intervale
of 00 yeara, and leaa marked onea at
Intervale of 10 or 11 yeara. It la
also asserted that theae greater and
leaser displays correspond with the
I Increase and decreaae of apota on the
pun. i lie pucnumrnun la griiL-rnu
manifested In the following way: A
dim llglit apeara on the horixon
ahorlly after twilight, and Kradunlly
aaaume the shape of an arch, having
a pale yellow color, with Ha concave
aide turned earthward. From thla
arch streams of light ahoot forth,
passing from yellow to green and Mien
to brilliant violet. The name aurora
auatmlla (or eouthern Itghta) la ap
plied to a similar phenomenon visible
In the vicinity of the South pole.
When Joking Is Dangerous.
Husbands ahould be careful how
they spring Jokes at the table. And
wives ahould he atert on guard against
the conaoquencea of a aurprlae
that amounta to a ahock ln certain
canes such as that at New York re
cently, for Instance.
Men who toss off Jokes af the table
and cause their w Ives to laugh so sud
denly that they pull a piece of meat
Into the trachea and choke to death
have a grave reaponHlhlllty. Of course,
the habitual Joker who gets a fresh
stock every week runs no auch rlska.
Ills wife Is Immune to laughter at hla
"funny cracks, and stands In no dan
ger. Hut fellows who are pleasant only
once in a long time, snd who "pull a
Joke" perhaps twice In a lifetime,
ahould time their efforta so that their
wives have not a mouthful of meat
handy to pull into their windpipes. For
that Is not what windpipes are for, and
they resent Intrusion of solid. Ex
change. Joke on Famous Compoaer.
A. certain newly rich person with
more money than culture called on M.
Maasenet and said that he had seen
his photograph In a paper ami had
rend that he waa "a clever plunlat."
Would M. Massenet play a few pieces
at a little party? He would be well
paid of course!
mi.. mAriiUamnm musician waa
J 1111 "V" . J
greatly amused. "Certainly I" he re
plied. "Whatv nignti -xum.ua.
Thuraday? What a pity I I am en
gaged on Thuraday. But I can give
the addreaa of a frlend-an excellent
ntanlst. who can play all the modern
So saying, Massenet gave u. un
fortunate newly rich the addreaa of
,... a..n.t nhrionslr the victim or
Masaenefa Joke had never beard of
Saint-Saens, for he caueo on u.
and was promptly
kicked out. Snlnt-Saena brooded over
the Insult for some noun, in-.m ...
saw the Joke.
Belong In High Places.
. . . .1... AvapfffAAnS BO It 18
AS Wim tno o'-'e -
with all trees that dare the heights.
Some, like the hemlocks, remain far
aoi , htrchea stop
lip nw 1 U0 uic -
peiow. " . foo,M11g, The!
in tne immun-o .
.. ,l. ........a ia mtf for
i.ffh clear air oi u -
hem. The yeUow blrche. fare o to
the lower slopes of the high Mlla.
lower reaches ox 7h m,
these their paper-whlt bark snowma;
Srough aU dark woods ot tb. north
Tbn climb valiantly. It l
3t to reach the summit which
possesses all mountaineers.
STORE FUTURE FOOD SUPPLY
Woodpeckera Are Wlas Blrde and
. Never Take the Chance of
Finding Larder Bare.
CiiIifnrniH wiMnlpeokera often pasa
much of their Idle tlma In the light
occupation of filling- holes ln tree
trunk with pebblca. When they are
really Imliistrloua, however, they man
ufacture them! symmetrical holeg and
fill them anugly with aconw. Often
they allow these acorns to remuln In
fold storage for aeveral months, and
then, when they tiwd extra rations,
they know where a supply can readily
be found. When oaks and plnea grow
aide hy aide, the blnla usually favor
the pinea as storage treea. Thla Is
probably because It la only on such
tree that the outer bark preaents a
aultiible surface for drilling the holes.
No living oak trees are used, but dead
oaka, from which the bark has fallen,
The vast number of such holes that
alnicle tree trunk can contain may be
Inferred from the fact that in CO feet
of a fallen pine tree In the Ran Jacin
to mountains of California It waa esti
mated that there Were 81,800 holes.
Aim oat without exception, the acorns
are Inserted Into the holes. The birds
take great pains to hammer them ln
swarely. They like not only the
acorns, but the gruba that are often
contained in them. Aa for the peb
bles, they muat make a specialty of
theta when aconia are not ln the mar
ket Just to keeD themaelves In train
ing for handling (or should one aay
"billing") the new crop. St. Nicholas.
BOOKS READ BY TRAVELERS
Much Difference In Choice Diaplayed
by Flrat and Second-Claaa
The writer of the dally literary
cauaerle in the New York Evening
Post has had the curiosity to explore
the collertlona of booka provided by
a steamship for the use of her passen
gers. He has alwaya had the theory,
he aaya, that In theae large and lux
urious vesaela the aecond-claas library
would be likely to be more In line with
his own taatea than the firat-clnaa
library, and bis visit to the boat has
confirmed thla supposition. In the
second class, for Instance, there were
more Ktevenaona Including "Treasure
Island." which waa not in the firtrt-
cluaa collection. He noticed also in
the aecond-claaa, but not In the first,
some Charlotte Rronte, Wordsworth,
Tennyson and Oliver Wendell Holmes.
In reply to the question what kind of
hunk the readers asked for moet. the
' library steward In the first clans an
1 swered without hesitation: "Ninety
per cent want detec tive atorles." Tiie
library steward In the second class, on
the other hand, said thut, among the
pasaengera he had to do with, love
stories were moat In demand.
The Wicked Judas.
During a visit he paid to Oberara
mergau several yeara ago the late Mr.
Andrew b. White, the American dip
lomat, made the acquaintance of the
Judaa, whom he described as by far
the beat actor In the whole perform
ance. Mr. White remarked to hlra
that he ought to have a double salary,
as the Judas had ln the miracle plays
of the Middle Agea, when thla was
thought due to him aa compensation
for the Injury done to his character
by hla taking that part At this the
Oberammergau Judas smiled pleasant
ly, and replied: "No; I am content
to share equally with the othera. But
the aame feeling toward the Judas atlll
exlsta." He then told Mr. White the
following atory. A few weeks bo
fore, while he was working at his
carving bench, the door of hla work
shop opened and a peasant woman
from the mountains came ln, stood
still, and gawd at him Intently. On
hla asking her what she wanted she
aald : "I saw you ln the play yester
day. I wished to look at you again.
You look ao like my husband. He Is
dead. He, too, was a very bad man I"
The South Side Political, Social and
Athletic club had spilt Into two fae
tinna renardinB: Its choice for Its nest
president and the meeting hall was
Jammed when election night came
mum!. Aa the chairman started to
call the gathering to order, the door
keeper stopped a memner wno wos
entering, perspiring under tne weignt
of a canvas sack alung over his
"Cassldy," be demanded, "what
have ye there?"
"Bricks," replied Cassldy with some
"Cassldy, there'll be no brick throw
In' the night. Words and ballota will
"D'ye think sor.sald Cassldy with
skepticism. "Annyways, the bricks
come ln, so If they start anythin we
can go them wan better. 'Tts me own
ears that heard a guy say, 'There'll
be a lot of mud sllngln' the night' "
The American Legion Weekly.
"Little Corporal" was the title fa
miliarly bestowed upon Napoleon Bo
naparte by his admiring soldiers after
tbo r.attln : f Lodl (1793), In allusion
to hi" small stature, youthful appear
ance and surp"sInK bravery.
Islands of the Madeira.
There are fifty-two Islands in the
Madeira river between the falls of
Santo Antonio and Its Junction with
the Amawm. Many of them are nine
or ten miles In length. The most im
portant one la Araras, which la popu
lated and covered with rubber trees.
MANY AHE LIKE OLD SIWASH
In Fact, the Majority of. Mankind
Would Find Loafing to Bo
an "Awful Grind."
"I've farmed for 37 years," aald
Klwush Klltenborn, "and spent my
time at grooming steers and coaxing
tardy corn. I'm call'msed now on
hoof and hand and lume in back and
mind; I'm weary of my square of
land and this etornal grind. It's har
row, ha mens, haul and hitch, It's ham
mer, hoe and hay ; It's plow, und pull,
and puck and pitch, it pall, and
plod, and pray! I've earned my time
on Kaay street, my day . on beds, of
down, so soon I'll turn my weury feet
toward softer times ln town i"
So KIwaah sold his ancient land,
its stable, stock and sod, and banked
ln chhIi, I understand, a fair and
tempting wad. He settled In a cozy
aback with not a tap to do, except to
sally forth and back, and smoke a
pipe or two. He gets his mall at ten
o'clock, at one, and three, and five,
and drones about the price of stock,
of honey In the hive. He stops In at
the blacksmith shop, the lumber yard
and store, to tell the village clerk:, or
cop, about the days of yore !
"That was the life!" he tells them
all. "'Twas busy, full and free; 'twas
pep and go both spring and fall It
was the life for me! There's nothing
like the farm, I swear, the pumpkins
and the pens, the kicking colts and
bilndle mare, the meadows and the
hens! Search this old globe from head
to heel no better Job you'll find but
this old aimless loafing deal Is sure an
awful grind!" J. K. Tufft, In Farm
PREPARING TEA IN JAPAN
Process Is Long and Complicated, and
Involves the Employment of
Aa soon as possible after being
picked, the tea leaves are placed on a
round tray, with a brass wire bottom,
over boiling water. This process of
steaming, which Is completed ln half
a minute, brings the natural oil to the
surface. The next and principal op
eration Is firing, which Is done on a
wooden frame, with thick Japanese pa
per stretched across It charcoal well
covered with ashes being the fuel em
ployed. This first firing Is done at
a temperature of about juu degrees
Fahrenheit. Meanwhile the leaf Is
manipulated for hours by men who roll
It Into balls with the palms of their
hand. The final result is obtained
when each leaf becomes separately
twisted, nnd changes color to a dark
olive green. Two more firings at a
lower temperature follow, after which
the leaf Is allowed to dry until It be
comes quite brittle. When the proc
ess Is complete the tea Is kept strictly
dry, as moisture destroys Its aroma.
Tea so made Is the genuine Japan tea,
or what is commonly known In Amer
ica as "green tea." East and West.
Quakerism In Maryland.
The spread of Quakerism In Mary
land was characteristic of the quiet
xeal with which the promotion of the
faith was made. Maryland's mission
ary minister of the sect was a woman,
Elizabeth Harris, who visited Virginia
In luTC and returned to London In the
following year after touring the Chesa
peake shore. One of her converts,
Robert Clarkson, distributed a ship
ment of books concerning the doc
trines of the Friends among his neigh
bors, nnd by 1672 there were numerous
residents of the Chesaneake shore who
knew the principles of the Friends.
George Fox, visiting Maryland that
year, noted that at a meeting on the
Eastern Shore there were so many
boats passing upon the river "that It
was almost like the Thames."
The subarctic people from the
frozen tundra wear a snugly fitting
bonnet with earlaps, designed to ex
clude the cold aa well as to conserve
the heat. Although the utilitarian
side Is the essential feature, and each
of the twenty or more little pieces
used In the construction of the bonnet
are necessary to make the shape, the
people who wear this headgear have
adapted, ornamentation to its limita
tions. Fur is the basic material, but
there are effective Inserts of different
colored strips of leather, some of
which are woven with leather of a
contrasting shade. In introducing
bright colors they depend almost en
tirely on quill work, although oc
casionally bits of trade cloth are used.
Odd and Interesting.
Geophaglsts, as dirt-eaters are
called, have been known from the
earliest times. Some soils in Russia,
India and other countries have always
been Bought by the natives for their
health-giving qualities, and In a cer
tain district ln India there is a black
earth that Is used as a sweetmeat
mixed with small quantities of grass
The difference between the old
straight and the newer crinkly hair
pin made a fortune for the man who
noticed that his wife shed her hairpins
as she walked about the house.
Many Parisian fruiterers exhibit for
sale apples wrth monograms, Chris
tian names, arrow-pierced hearts aud
other tender devices photographed up
For Literary Uses.
The Author Can I get $2 advance
on a story Tin writing?
The Editor It's unusual; but whyl
The Author I've got to a point
where the hero sits down to a square
meal and I want to get the right atmosphere.
The Mountain States Power com
pany is rushing the construction of
Us new high-power line between
Marshfleld and Powers and hopes to
have It completed within 40 daya.
Approximately 3500 tons of pear
will be handled by Salem packers thla
year, according to announcement. This
year's pack probably will exceed last
season's receipts by more than 500
Hop growers of Ilarrlsburg have
discovered evidences of the red spider
In their hop fields. The bugs Increase
rapidly and work their damages b
sapping the vine. They are so small
that it is difficult to see them with
the naked eye.
The St. Louis, Bellingham and 8t
Nicholas, purse seine boats, wen.
found fishing within the three-mil'
limit at the mouth of the Colum'cla
and were later taken into custody bj
two deputies aboard the patrol boat
Phoenix of the Oregon game coram la
Expenditure for road construction
and maintenance take the bulk of the
Umatilla county tax money, accord
ing to figurea released from the office
of the Umatilla county clerk. The ex
penditures for the first six months ol
1922 were $275,988.54, of which the
road money totalled $204,216.8.
A. N. Farmer, representing the na
tional board of directors of the Yeo
man lodge, Inspected a number ol
proposed sites near Salem for the
children's home to be established by
the order. The proposed home will
cost $5,000,000 and will be located
somewhere on the Pacific coast.
A recount of votes will be made
to determine finally who has obtain
ed the republican nomination for state
senator from the joint district of Mult
nomah, Clackamas and Columbia coun
ties. The nomination of V. J. H.
Clark, announced winner on official
returns is being contested by W. W.
The first kiln of brick to be made
ln Prineville for more than 20 years
was fired Monday morning by W. F.
Hardin, recently of Goldendale, Wash.,
who returned a month ago to help In
the rebuilding of the town for which
he burned brick more than a score of
years ago. The present kiln has a
total of 75,000 brick.
Three dozen huge bullfrogs have
been released In the Long Tom river,
west of Eugene, by local sportsmen,
at the request of Captain A. E. Burgh
duff, state game warden, In hopes that
they will multiply and that in future
years they may be caught for food
The game commission is attempting to
propagate these frogs ln different
parts of the state.
There were three fatalities due to
Industrial accidents in Oregon dur
ing the week ending July 20, accord
ing to a report prepared by the state
industrial accident commission. The
victims were: Terry J. Willard, log
ger, Klamath Falls; James Fenton,
contractor, John Day, and J. H. Mc
Carty, laborer, Vancouver, Wash. A
total of 513 accidents were reported.
Governor Olcott won the first round
In the election contest proceedings
filed on behalf of Charles Hall when
Judges G. Q. Bingham and Percy
Kelly, sitting en banc in the Marion
county circuit court, Howed a mo
tion prepared by Governor Olcott's
attorneys to strike from Mr. Hall's
complaint the allegation that voters
who had previously registered have no
legal right to change their party af
filiations through re-reglefratloc at the
polls on primary election day.
In Questionable Society
FirRt Guest: This is a pretty cheap
family. Just look at the napkins, all
patched and darned.
Second Guest: Yes,1 and besides
that they borrowed them from me.
Pioneer Employment Co.
14 North Second St.
Furnishes Hay, Harvest and
Write for Magazine Em
ployment Service, our publi
cationFree to All.
Phone Broadway 2278
They are GOOD!
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned executors of the estate of
August Quasdorf, deceased, hava
filed their final account in the County
Court of the State of Oregon for
Polk County, and that Monday th
21st day of August, 1922, at the hour
of 10 A. M. thereof, at the court room
of the said County Court in the city
of Dallas, Oregon, has been appointed
by said court as the time and placa
for, the hearing of objections to tha
said final account and the settlement
Executors of the estate of
August Quasdorf, deceased.
B. F. Swope, attorney. .
NOTICE TO CDEDITORS
Notice is hereby given, that fh
undersigned, by order of the County
Court of Polk County, Oregon baa
been appointed Administrator of tha
Estate of Louisa J. Bezanson, de
ceased, and has qualified.
All persons having claims against
the said estate are hereby required te
present them with proper vouchers
within six months from the date of
this notice to the said Administrator
at Independence, Oregon, in said
County of Polk.
Dated and first published June 30th
W. B. CUTHBERT
Administrator of the estate of
Louisa J. Bezanson, Deceased.
D. E. Fletcher, Attorney for the estat
SWOPE & SWOPE
D. E. FLETCHER
C.C. WRIGHT, M. D.C
Residence, "Uncle BillvV
Meet in K. P. Hall 2nd and 4t
Wednesday nights. Visiting Mem
bers Arways Welcome.
Foreman, Bites B. Byers.
Arthur Black, Cor.
Efficient Service Courteous
, A. L KEENEY
Funeral Director and Licensed
Calls Promptly Answered Day
Phones 9821; 9822
WATKINS & WEDDLE, Preps.
We appreciate your trade.
The UNIVERSITY p OREGON
The college of Literature. Science
and the ArU with 22 department.
The profeaaional schools of Archi
tecture Business Administration -Education-Graduate
Music Physical Educa
The 47th Year Opens October 2, 1922
Foracotalojui or onfi information
writ Tha Rejistrar, UntVertitp of
Oregon, Evftnt. Ortjon.
L. m. HUM
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and
- Has medicine which will
cure any known disease
Not open on Sundays
152 South High Street
Salem, Oregon Phone SSS
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