The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19??, August 20, 1932, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1*12
The ADVOCATE
PAUK TW O
HOUSE W IFES PUBLISH
OWN PAPE R
W ID E N IN G C O M M U N IS T C A M P A I N
I hl« conscience tor hla advocacy of «I
W H Y I AM NON P A R T I2 A N
tlier lt Ih » liemocrallc Party had de
IIY K E L L Y M ILLE R
NEW YORK. Aug . K A group of
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nled bini. Ih » Itepubllcan l ’ariy baa
Baltimore Md . Alia IS The first pa­ otil«iandlng t'oiiimunisl leader« are
| am a non partisan on principle, betrayed Inni Nellhar rati clalui or
per to ha publish .-.I by a l.val of Ihe leaving Immediately from national and not policy. I am a uunpoiiuau export hla unalloyed love or loyally.
¡Houaewlvea League appeared her«' h«>aihiuartera for varhni» sections of during pollllcal cauipalgua as » e l l aa
In aurb a alalo of thè eaae I he
last neeh »h e n the ••llouoearlasa’ Ihe country to strengthen and a rtlv lie between campalgna Towards III« end leve thal Ihe Negro «boiild aell hla
tiulde" . official oraau of the Hotiae- the election campaign
of the laat century, I began Ihe study vole lo Ihe caudldals or Ihe parly
v ir a '« Lenaue of Baltimore, « a » pn-
C A. Halhway. Chalrntau of Ihe and aualyala of pollllcal and public which offera Ihe heat racial advantage
bltahed. The paper, In magasine form, National Communist Campaign Com qneatlous About thal lliue Ihe Itepuh »ml advancement ll wo lake the two
ha« e l«h l «tage», and «a rrie» advertise- mltteo. who ha» recently returneo Tu-an party was breaking away from national platforma. the honor» are e-
meiit» from «he Baltimore Colore«! bu- front Ihe south. de|«arled liMlay for
ieB K m ) S itu rd iv at .'J# Fast 1 w«nl> -Sixth Street N „ Portland. Ore.
basic principle of human rlghla van. If we analytic Ihe atllludca of
Telephone: l.A r tr M 752Î
slnesse» The e<lltor Mr» Sara llollna Minnesota whore he will speak to and weut a whoring after Ihe gospel Northern Democrats and Northern Ite
Mason, la president of Ihe Italtlmore , workers, farmers, and Communlat lea ,,f greed Up to that time I had beau publicans, there Is Utile or no differ
Housewiv««»' League 306 IVeaaimau dears In that section of the country thnroughtly Imbued with the doctrine «’nee If oil III# other hand we com-
lauahl bare Southern Deiuorrala and Illy
•EATR1CL «.. «A N N A D Y .................................................
friaer « » d PaMuAev W H K K K TO HT Y T IIK A D V O C A IS Street, and ha» 2000 registered mem* From there. Hathaway will *o Into t«f me Urand DUI Parly. I
her» behind her Other o fficer» are Wisconsin. Illinois, and Michigan
m *l Ihe KepubUcau Parly could do » b ile Republican». If anything. Ihe
YANCY FRANKLIN ............................................ fxu*buu W* soger an,i CempoMtor
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Elvira Bond, vice qri-sblent. Elisabeth
William Wetnalone. editor o f the no wrong. Ihe Democralle Party could Democrats are preferable I »Mil ad
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W. J. W H E A T O N ............ .................................................. Contributing K.iilor
Rutherford’s Barbar Shop, 340 WU- While, organiser. Vivian Oarth Allayn. H a ll« Worker " and candidate for U. I do no right. I entered the civil »er vocal» the counsel of division 1 have
secretary. Margaret Turner, treasurer s senate from New York. « I l l so on , , t.# „ [ me government under Proa!- «e v e r especled ofries or political re­
R O SALIE BIRD _____ _________________________ Soeiotjr Editor and R iportar l i « « « «»anua, in Faster’« Pool llalL
in the leading editorial In enumera a similar mission Into eastern Penn dent Arthur at the age of twenty and cognition for my advocacy The only
D eN O R YAL U N T H A N K . M I'.
...Health Editor
The E IL» building. SIS Wdhams
ting "what every memtMr of the »yIvanta and New York slat«
servetl under Uovernor Cleveland I PenUlon In Ihe public I ever held or
N A N C Y LEE
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________ Lora Editor • ' » « « « ’-
Medley Hotel RenUnrmat. I n t e r s t a t e ' •*« *' » ' >» *•> <*" ,h u | Jack Slarhet. assistant national nee- poled the llherallalna Influence of » » b e d 1° hold was won by coinpellve
CLIFFORD C M ITCHELL. R A L P H C L Y D E K E L L Y M ILLER. Columnists
month", she said "Igvok at .'very ad rotary of Ihe Trade Union Unity lo>a Dial high minded slateaman upon Ihe civil service esamlnallou I have often
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Subscription Rate« (Payable in Advance': One Year. $2.50; Su Months,
vertleement In your Giililr These ad­ sue. of which Wui /. Foster, the b i,le bound uarrowuesa of the Demo
ihrealeued In my position In Ho-
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vertisements represent \«-gtoes »h o Communlst candidate for President, c ritic Parly Under the rapid ancres- * * r'1 University by reason of my
Entered as S«rond-C!ass Matter in the Post Office at Portland. Oregon. **
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can supply your everv itemami You !» s«x retarv. will go Into western ,|on 0f Democratic »m l Republican frank analyala of public qneatlous.
Holliday and Holliilay, 126 North
Under the Act of 1912
w ill find that everythin* yon ne«»l lc*
Pennsvlvgnla and Ohio.
administrations that followed during N'11 here I stand, a non partisan ad
Sixth street.
buy any kind of work y«>u n.-ed done | M J OI s I il e«lilor of Ihe "Freiheit.” m * pasl twelve years I could noi dl» * « * • « • of Negroes righi», I can do no
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can be supplie«! by these Negro bust- popular Jewish working claas dally. c#ru , ny conxprehansWe difference of olherwlae. God help me
just aa forcefully aa |>oaa!bly. so as lion what meth«xl lo follow to get re- ness firm s: with your pencil carefully will depart im inedlaielr for Masanchu trealmeut of Ihe two touching Bo­
NOT U N TIL
»..«is
w .R b . , , , ^ my
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to bring out the «arious points that .lief from annual payments at this check the ads *vf .vary kind of service
The Republican Party In Multno are being discuss«»! through the stale time. "Due to the fact that a session you will ne«-«l lo use this month, ami
Reports from many cities and slates |rrlM
Houae and Senate and
Portland young people re-
mah County has made a fine gesture at this ttrae and give people facts for o f the legislature has not been railed then when you start out lo do «our where Ihe Communist standard bear witnessed the Itepuhllrau managers ,U* " * ° r*‘ '*‘« 0,*,, ,h* depression They
for the support of the Negro «rote in
decision on their vote ai the Novem- to legaliie some relief measure for
shopping, follow the a«ls you hav«- ,«r» have spoken are that workers and
barter away the tale of the Ke«lrral * * * ,,, * nd b,b® * "'* • '’**
the appointment of two colored men
ber election. motor vehicle owners, nothing can be
checked: hang your Guide In \our kli farmers everywhere are turning to
Election Bill lu exchange and
with ||ance
ttoulh and play games at night
on its committee. These men are ex-
Through an initiative petition. Ihe accomplished apparently until the
ehen cabinet as a reference until yon the Communist l*arty as the only way . ru uemocrata for the free coinage And
of sle«*p and eat and go between
peeled to go down the line for the people of the state will have to vote regular session in January", commeul- receive your next months copy: If yon out of their present economic
dlffl- a||v>r These things made a deep ini times Old Man Depression « an I find
Republican
party's nominees
for on the question of repealing Ihe dry ed Hoss. when asked what applicants need any kind o f service m«t mention cullies, which cause the National
Com preaalon on my youth and mind
I them hut he surely hits their parents
president and congress, this fall
law, which, were It to be repealed, might do to gel help at
this lim e ed in your tiulde. write us. If the ser- munlst Campaign Committee to
send MW t|,e debilitating effe«-t of polltle»l a wicked blow
THE ADVOCATE
Let'« see what bid the other major
party will make for the Negro Tote
in Oregon.
Judging from newspaper reports, in
alt sections of the country, many old
line Negro republicans have already
“ kicked over the traces" by signify-
ing their intention to work for the e-
lection of FYanklia D. Roosevelt f«>r
president of the United States It re-
mains to be seen whether or not the
men named by the local committee
will have sufficient Influence to de-
liver the Negro vote in Oregon over
to the Republican party
Nerroes all over the country are
dissatisfied with the present admin-
istration and It will take lots of work
and a whole lot of convincing lo
change their present attitude.
At any rate it will be Interesting
to watch the battle and note the re-
aults after the votes have been coun-
ted in November Not until then will
we be able to know.
would cripple enforcement and lie “ Those interested in lower fees «>r an * lc . your receive
from an> other ail out these working class leaders to ayconphy up»«n our leading N e g ro e s
the bands of the municipal and slate easier plan o f payments should talk vertlser* la not satlsfaelor« write us strengthen the organisational end of j
to
Senglor Bruce go in and
officers in it* enforcement. The com- to the members o f the legislature, who This word will encourage others; the campaign
M R S / D *H A BAKER
out of the U S Senate I bearti the
mittee declares it would bring on will be glad undoubtedly to have the these Instructions are for you N o Ne-
great Douglass as Recorder of Preda
chaoa and do untold harm were it to
opinion of car owners."
gro woman la loo high or to««
low -loo ^
Aug 17 Mrs F I . say that he was "wltllug lu slay aud
be repealed, and hence the campaign
Tw o methods were proposed—one ric'h ° r ‘ oo P "°r to help Inlhls
effort
'
Boxwell
prominent church worker, ready lu go" under a Democratic ad
to Inform the voters on the points » here the secretary of slate would to promote
Negro business
in
Ball I
Hp^clAlItlug In
was accidentally »h ol and Injured by ministration lu these days John M
as issue.
violate the law and illegally Issue » o r e
All I.I ih « Of II^Auty Work
her husband 1**1 W.ulnesday Mr llov laugstou boiled the Republic«!! organ-
“ W e want every one in Cortland for stickers and other where the g o v e r n o r _______________
well was shtKXlng al a rat. It I» said. !*«th*u in \ Irgtnla and was electeil to
C. J W A L K R R TO ILE T GOODS
many miles around to feel free to would legally call a special sesslou
and failed to see his wife Severs! ‘ ougress
I saw Lynch, l-angalun
for M l#
come to the pub!
auditorium m en-
and enact a law to lake care of the UNCOVER NEW
FACTS
IN F R A M E
S
iiim
II».
Mtllrr.
l'bM
tlan,
O
h«r*.
Mur
»h o l» struck her but »he I» noi seri
ing," said J. R. Ellison, committee emergency. The constitution says that
rny mul « b i t « oti ihr fluor ab turiu
UP OF NEGRO YOUTH
ously wouml«-«l The rat .escape«l
S46 WilllAm« A va .
chairman. “ W e want the voters to no law shall be set aside except by
brrj» of ('oiiuruRR All of (\ e » b » a v r r »
become informed on the Issues and members of the legislature and hun-
mciubfrB
of
th«»
K«<put>tU
«11
|*arfy
All
MUrd.uk 101«
M IN N E A PO L IS MINN
Aug 1 •>
KINDS $I otì.i B IL L BUT M IS TAK E S
they will have a great treat in hear- drcds of automobile owners, has urg-
of tht»»« a v«*rr«*tl v«*h«mt*nlly that thrtr
(C N A l New fact» are throwing light
IT
FOR
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ing the Broughers and seeing them ed Ihe governor to call a session u
on the frame-up «>f Ernest M<-Duffy, Baltimore Md.. Aug IT (U N Si — RrltTIXICB ACAllIAt thi» KrpublU All l'tlf
in action In addition to learning a secretary of state, in cooperation with
young Negro hoy now -orvlng a *eti James All.-n. last week found a $ 1 oOO ty aa crowtn« to thv br«*«kin« pomi
la-ut the prohibition situation from the legislature, and the attorney gen-
tem e o f seven years In the St Cloud ),j|| t,,„ „ „ t i l tuformed by a friend of I kn«w, with a urta ir r or I^ aa U«**rrt*
both anges ”
The meeting will be era] told Hoss plainly that he i-ould
reformatory, on the « harge of a».»ult-
valu«* mistook ll for a label from of luti in a « y « w r y No uro o fflr » hold
held at S o'clock Friday night August not legally issue quarterly fees
The
FOR RENT
ing a white girl, ha»«- recently been „ t„.r r k«.g A l thè Instance of a friend or front KrtHl«*rU*k IK iur I abb to l'itrry
2< and no admission w ill be «barged, law.
culti
6 room lions» with aaraae.4&2 R »l
unearthed by investigator» for the In h„ „ „ „ ,».r» Uade«l to deposit the bulk IloWArtl All Of thoAO.
andle the problem as provided by
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Uey Avenue l'holie E A»I UJTi
I«-mattonai Labor Drfens.-
,,f hl, finti In Ihe hank The hill was imlKtiB. a or«* voca I wlth compUlutA
HAL HOSS SUGGESTS LOW ER
Me
Duffy
was
arrested
la»t
Septem
b>
w
,uiam
Oeh-rlch.
who
waa
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li - 0 fin a l
.. ,titn < tn t t t t t I Ytitn-r-- '
c m m iiir d by tho 0 «•
AUTOMOBILE LICENSE RATES •
I’ AgAliiBt tb«* rtghtA of Ih«* Negro. 6 room house, giaid baseiueut and
ed
three
minutes
A
ststement
made
transe.tlons
He
reported
Ihe
l««
s
to
W IL L A M E T T E U N IV E R SITY
by him since his confinement in St ,hr p,)lu ,. |j|t, r lt C U M to Ihe alien Hut I a I ao noticed thut aa cAmpAtgii furnace. !»S Cherry (larfleht lu l l
THE CONVENTION
AdV.
Founded February 1, 1S4Î
Cloud reformatory di#rtones that when tloi ,f ihe police that
Allen had depo *:m” awroaehed and .H e r they had 112 &0 per month
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SALEM. OREGON. AU G U ST 11—A
he was arrested, he was fold by po-
|,oo m . bank Al the lim e ..f b*’’’ n ■ * * « » "
*>y “ >e manipulating I
It Is reported that from fifteen cut
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automobile license f e e s
SALEM. OREGON
Uc« that if he pleaded guilty, be could his arrest he had but $4.76 In hla poc **»••*• ‘ key. »very mother's sou of
FOR S A LE * n - m house;
4 room
hundred to three thousand colored
lra9t one half was urged again by
get away with a year or two. but If ^ets Allen explained his d lepo«»l of ,*"‘m forgot their grievances and be j bungalow, one kil; like new; 1-2 blk
A
Christian
institution
of
high­
legionaires will be among the dele- Secretary of State Hal E Hoss. after
er learning Located at the Cap­
he persisted in saying he was Innocent moat of the mone, Oelrlch declinad lo •
Alberta car. exceptional lu ireiu P i
* — ** « ■ (” r
«• »>
gates to attend their Convention in »nalyxin* several hundreds of letters
itol of the State of Oregon
A
gratulare of the I’arty of Llncolu and tb illar», Walnnl 24*2
Adv
he would be forced to spend seven to prose«-ute
Portland next month.
f r ° m distressed motorists and on
beautiful campus opposite the
Sumner They all reminded me of ihe
thirty years In Jail
loiter, a paper
Capitol
building.
Buildings
and
Colored citigens have been caller, studying reports from the Washington
«-ounlry dancer in (be backwoods of
waa presented to him which h»* wan
PUH SALE
equipment attractive and ade­
upon to join others in helping lo motor vehicle division, which show
a "«-onfe»»t«»n"
South Carolina, who alwaya got rell
unable to r*»a*l He wan. neverthtdert*. later that
6 room Ixiiise with basement on
quate. Faculty of highest char­
make the convention the success it many apparent erasions of the Ore
acter. preparation and teaching
glim regularly when (he revival aea Union Ave
forced to «ijtn it. aud diarovervd only guilt.
Kqully |76i>- ( ‘all al 4U!
is hoped for. They have been request- E°n license law.
Student body clean, able and
soli came on but aa regularly back Panama Bldg
wholesome
Scholarship high
ed to open their home* and list their
' Real relief lies in a lower license
slide wheu the dancing aeaaou rolled
and credited everywhere Very
cars for the comfort and enjoyment fr«- a* I have repeatedly pointe«! out” ,
around 1 could not and cannot dla
FOR HKNT
6 rm house. |I6 ( ‘all
inexpensive. Rich in tradition;
of these men who. when their country **>d Hoss. "and I am certain the next
large and honored list of alumni.
cern In their action or utterances any Trinity J5ul — Mra Paul llnack Adv
called, answered with the offer
of legislature will cut license at least
Students wishing work in the
Intrllipctual understanding of moral
Course of Liberal Arts, in U s
their services and their lives
'one half. A year and half ago 1 urged
conviction. They seemeil lo me to be
in
Theology,
in
Music,
or
In
Fine
Mr. W ilber Mercvier has been nam- action on this matter, pointing out
wholly In quest of leaves and fishes
Arts are highly advantaged at
ed as the general chairman of the the difficulties we would experience
I never knew any Negro leader who
Willamette. Close investigation
Colored committee It is well to re- In Oregon with low *3 fiat fees both
invited Bulletins on request.
evinc»«l any profound conviction a»
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member that Mr Mercier cannot do In California and Washington. Exper-
to (he basis upon their personal for­
$
to
the job alone, no one man could, and ience has developed just the condi-
tune. Even today. In Ihe campaign
it becomes the duty of every citizen tions I anticipated and Oregon is los*
Mrs Henrietta
Marshall, who has
$
now Immluenl. I doubt that you will
to do all in his power to make Mr. ing thousands of dollars
in license been visiting for several weeks
with
find a single Negro who will enlhu
Mercler's work lighter and succesaful. revenue to adjoining states I know Mr. and Mrs Lynch Brown in Long­
"UFftgrr »onng Men Buy"
»last(rally throw hla hat over the
And now that we are to be the horn the mail I receive that people view. Washington, returned last Mon-
moon for Herbert Hoover unlese he
hosts to this great army, let us all generally are ready to demand a lower day, looking fine and happy.
'exp eite 1» gain some personal poll
do our share and cooperate with the fee. and in my opinion it is absolutely
itlcal advantage by hla exuberant en
committee in charge to make the oc­ justified in order to relieve the situ­
ihustaam If Hoover could learn of the
casion memorable. A great service can ation.“
O, Gee!—
volume of abuse which Ihe Negro
Among other predomination inquir­
be easily rendered by those who
| leaders heap««) upon him during the
Grandma’$
have available rooms to list them es in the correspondence of the sec­
last three years aa ronlraated with the
Walking
with E. J. Minor of the housing com­ retary of state daring the last two
encomiums In which these same men
2 8 « E A K T 1st S T R E E T
Downstair»—
weeks
has
been
the
one.
"W
hat
has
mittee and their available cars with
as spellbinders will Indulge during the
I near t'la« kamas «
Ervin Flowers, chairman of
trans­ become of the governor's plan for
T*-b«i>h"ii<-
KAst 60Ü2
Icampalgn he would get a good guide
Issuing stickers or permits for licens­
*»
portation
WORK G UAR AN TE ED
of Negro political psychology
es?” Repeated annonneements in the
PRICES REASON AIILK
On Ihe other hand, amldsl all of
press have told of the abandoment
Give I » A Trilli
these
political
happenings.
I
noted
the
h
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I
CONGRATULATIONS
of the plan due to the fact that the
uttltude
of
the
Democratic
party
USE WELDON A TABLETS
suggested procedure was Illegal and
Sold by drucciu. Writ« for FUME, fully
which was characteristically unfriend­
The Advocate takes this means of that only a change In th*- law would
jUTUtriXi 24-pofe book "History of
ly to the political claims of my rare
RHEUMATISM with chapter <L*cuAalog
congratulating Attorney Wyatt W. permit any relief from thi* angle, but
8GT. JOSEPH W H ITE
(erx&R o f rh.Ftimatigrff to
I noted (he leaders who sought and
Williams on his most recent honor— many automobile owner* still ques-
WELDON \ rOKEOKATION
secured recognition under Demoeratic
Bpsnigh American War
I>*«x s, Atlantic CIl*, n. J.
membership in the executive commit­
control. I readily recall Thompson,
tee of the County Republican Com­
VKTH
minister to Haytl. Taylor, minister to I
mittee.
G. FREEMAN BROTHERS TRANSFER
Liberia, Trotter. Recorder of Deeds,
.Meet ti
Mr. Will-ams «possesses initiative,
und Adam», nominated Register of
430 H O Y T STRE ET :: Portland, Oregon
■’stick-to-lt-lveness" and a good meas­
Ihe Treasury. I also observed that the
2nd A 4th Saturday Night«
ure of common sense. While at his
Residence Phone GArfield 8019— 3-M) Tillamook Slreel
unfriendly attitude of the Democratic
daily work at bread-winning, he went
Party was dictated by Ihe Hoiitherii
Successors to E. Richardson Hag gage Transfer
to school and equipped himself as a
V E TE R A N S H ALL
contingent, and that this Houthern
lawyer. He Is a member of the Mult­
Office Phone: B Road way 1885
County Court lloua«
componi-iil was steadily growing leal
nomah Bar Association in good stand­
anil I i - sh controlling on Democratic
ing. a member and officer of several
policy towards Ihe Negro
In later
fraternal organizations and an officer
years. I found that under eight years
In his church and president of a non-
of Woodrow Wilson, the race, com­
partizan political organization
prehensively »peaking, fared as well
The honor which has come to him
as under twelve subsequent years of
Will Promote h Full Growth of Hair.
Without a doubt, ihe best
article o f Its kind — a com­
Is well merited and we hope it will
PIA N O — H ARM O NY — VOICE
bination H AIR
GROWER
and HAIR
HTRAIOH-
Harding. Uoolldge anil Hoover.
Will also Keglore ihe .NtreiiRth,
win for him addilional and higher rec­
PIPE ORGAN
TENER. Gives the hair
u natural soft and silky
Vitality
and
the
Henuly
of
the
I
very
early
decided
In
my
mind
ognition.
appearance, stimulating
hair growth In the most
Diploma
from
National Academy
that the race would never make any
Hair. I? your flair is Dry and
hopeless case.
o f Music, California
Wiry, T ry —
further political advvicenient by one­
Blais Certificate for Music
TO D EBATE PR O H IB ITIO N ISSUE
sided allegiance to the Republican psr-
Our High Brown Hair Grower
Instructor
Dr. James Whitcomb Brougher.
ty.
I
have
for
a
quarter
of
a
century
stands as one o f our highest
REASO NABLE TERM S
widely known Baptist minister and
advocated
the
dlvlalon
of
the
vote.
No
achievements — It Is a prepar­
Beglnnsrs and Advancsd Pupils
public platform speaker, and his son.
Negro, no not one, can wholehearted,
ation we look upon with pride.
Dr. Russell Morse Brougher. also a
ly eapoiiae either the Republican or
♦62 Stanlon 8t. - . • Phons QA. 0826
If you ere *«*theeei* * ' h Fulling
Baptist minister of note, will give an
the Democratic party He must «»polo
Dandruff, Itching Scalp, or any Hair
Makes the hair soft and lux-
unique discussion on the wet and dry
glze either to his Intelligence or to
Mm .luting a healthy
Trouble, we want yon to fry a jar of
question as relating to Oregon, at the
?AHT INDIA HA lit OHO W Kit. The
growth.
public auditorium Friday night. Aug­
remedy contain! medical properties that
ust 26, free to the pubic. It will be
to the root* of lh<- TTa-r, st rnula'«-«
—
Distributor—
given under the auspices of the Ore­
'tiie akin, helping cater« do its work
gon Committee of One Hundred, or­
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of the state dry enforcement act and
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J. R. Ellison, chairman, assures every
restorea Gray Hair to its Natural t'olov Pan he used
Equipped with the Very Latrst, We Are In a Position to Care for
one It will be well worth going a long
w ith Hot iron for Straightening.
way to aee and hear.
Men, Women and Children
Dr. Rusaell Morae Brougher
will
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