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About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1933)
Saturday, Oacambar 2, 1912
A D V O C A T E
PAGE T H A I S
ALA. GOVT. TO PAY SC0TTSB0R0 APPEAL FEE
(o d c il I<intr\
Mr mid M n Jero m e Frankllu of TH E P R E S E N T ECONOMIC
*!*•• A«lrt»rate w ere the KiicNt* of Mr
S T A T U S OF T H E NEORO
Mad Mr« Hliii vim 1 » IMrkett at dinner
IliuiikHKlviiiK I»uy at their home in
A ilelld otja dinner ( P rofessor of lllntory. Ky Htate Col
leae for the Aaaociuted Negro P re **)
CHICAGO M IN IST E R V IS IT S C ITY
Fu ro 11 te to !*oa A n g e lo , California
¡to Join hia family. Itev Jeaae 8. Wood*
of 36 4 K (Jllea Avenue. Chicago, III . ir-
rivoli In l'u rti« ml W ednesday evening.
November 2»lh «1 » o'rliM'k l(»v«r«n<!
till«« «topped ov»r In T acom a uml w«*
ih» «Ii»«t of honor at a p re T h an k «
■ Ivina breakfast ■lv»n liy Hgt and
Mr» A I. Hin k at tliolr home, 1036
S Hliite S tre et. Additional ........ la were
Mr II Franela and Mr* McClure. Hev
W imh I n attended Joint Thankagivlng
aervIceH ut Itethel A. M. K ( ’hurcb
Itev Wood* la author of "Footprint«
a atory of
In the MI hh | nh I|» j »| Valley
pioneer life, ua It relatea to the h »
d a l. ed tient louai und rellgloim life of
the Negro race T he book wua pu hindi-
ed f»»r tin» Worlda F a ir In Chicago.
Itev Wood* wua a guest at the New
Golden West Hotel during Ilia atay In
T H E VANISHING NEGRO ARTISAN
III the name m anner that 1 hont of
Forgotten Man” hau been recently
d iscovered, «11 »sum m ation of Ih»
»r.-ml« In «orlul change r»vi-«l« tim i
U»er« are vurloii« and aundry "V an
»»hlns A m erlran»". Although the In-
diana to whom th» t»rm waa first
«Pldlod I» actu ally on the Inereuao In
...................... »II «l"UK the econom ic l.at
tie line group« and » I uhhch em erge 'a-
hor, then dlauppear while other coni-
blunt ton« com e forward to tuk«* their
placea. lit la in n id i a flux that wo
find the cruft a today. Hence the (jut**-
Negro artiaan holding III«
IN V E ST IG A T E S ALA. LYNCHINGS
(Continued from page one)
Fflth Avenue. New York City. T he ra il
was decided upon at a m eeting of the
Com m ittee held a t the studio of Ho
race Gregory, poet. In New York. It
was signed by Mr. G regory. K yle Crich
ton. editor of S crib n er's M agazine; Ed
Bodies Sunkist to
ward Dahlberg. the novellat beaten hy
Germ an Nazis in B erlin la st summer,
Happy Health . . .
laidor Schneider, p o et; Fred Marsh,
w riter, and Alfred H. H lrsch, secretary
of the National Comm ittee.
in the 1st Authentic
T he call notes that " T e rro r against
the Negro reigns in A labam a.” And
Feature Laid in an
th a t; "T h is promise to lie partciularly
sharply brought out In D ecatur where
the Scottsbo ro tria ls are to tak e place
beglnnlg November 27.”
E xcerp ts from a ffid av its made by
investigators w h o visited Morgan
County where D ecatur is situated, and
Interviewed 500 persona, a re also In
cluded. Many of those Interviewed—
and whose nam es and addreases are
cited — threatened ‘those Scottsboro
boys and those Jew la w y e r s (a tto r
neys for the In ternational L abor De
fense a re m eant»” with lynching.
A statem en t Issued from the oflce
of the National Com m ittee says in
p a rt:
"T h e anounced refusal of Attroney
G eneral K night and of Jud ge Callahan
to provide protection in Decatur In
C A PIT O L T H E A T R E
cre a se s a thousandful th e danger of
(4th and M orrison Sta.)
lynching. T h ere is no question of the
terro r which exists. If Ju d ge Callahan
insists on regarding the Scottsboro
trial as "an ordinary crim in al case ,”
the observers who are In D ecatur may
fat u n iiiiiiiiiiiiu iiiim u iiin u u iin im in m iiiiiim u iiiH il (3
F or the first tim e in the Marx B ro th by the only bulwark ag a in st violence
e rs ' screen ca re e r one of the film s has and death.”
a d efinite story. H eretofore they have
Just rompd ^ind clowned In fron t of
EDITO R V IS IT S W ITH JORDAN
the cam ara with gag a fte r gag. but In
“ Duck Soup” they h a re a real plot.
(Continued from page one)
B riefly . It concerns Freedonia. land Suprem e Court handed down a deci
L IB E R T Y T H E A T R E
of happiness and peace, which I* '.n sion which all good and loyai Oregon-
the throes of a revolution. Despite the ia n8 and citizen s are asham ed of Theo-
T u skeg ee luatltute. Ala , Dec. 1 The
T u skeg ee luatltu te Golden T ig ers m
d efeating F isk I7nlveralty, 27 to 0, Ir
the Alumni Bow l here on the 25 of
N ovem ber, sounded warning that th*-
Ahhottmen are in pursuit of another
Southern C onference championship
At hulf tim e the T igers led, 13 to 0,
E a r l y Artisa n*
and played with su fficient safety from
T he ternia "M antua m aker", "cour
then on to protect that lead.
rle r", “aaaayer". ami "g la z ier" are !lt
Rozells Rllvey scored early for T u -
tie uaed today, hut two centu rlea ago kegee when he crossed the m arker
Negroes performed au ukllletl craft*- from the 6-yard line. Ozla Johnson
inen under theae and 24 Mimilur claani- flee t T uakegee halfback, and Edward
Adums, giant fullback, had attained
During the period of slavery !h the n e cessary yardage by long swee
K . . r , w m . r. w h
co 8 ts of s c ° t ts b o r °
a p p e a l p u d ».»».,« . . .
IB r , . d run, . pUclnK , h. t a „
‘ , ..
N ,w ' ,,rk ' No,r
n ,a •u * " oi econom ic unit by th» na» of Negroes altlon for th» «cor» W arnor kicked
at the final« to be held In the east U Alabama, uiiwilllng to risk a delay 1
as skilled Industrial workmen.
T he from placem ent for the extra point,
the 8<ott«i»oro trials uml to avoid set dom ination of the black handicrafts- Cleveland hurled an 18-yard pass to
Miss T im m s’ friends here feel had ting o f a precedent by the U. H Hu*
men here was com plete A fter em ancl- Joh nso n, who raced 28-yards to give
ly over the fact that her racial iden prciue Court In such a case, has de*
pat Ion this dom ination was th re a te n e l the T ig e rs th eir second touchdown,
tlt> was announced liy the li»tr»>»!»ircr rided to pay the costa «*f th«« uppeal
first, by the com petition from
the W a rn er’s placem ent was good,
and «lx «*f the Judges were c«»nceale«| lo lh - l court In the Hcottsboro c s*e .
w hites who had been outside the plan I T h e F isk team showed Its greatest
so that they would Judge solely on
won hy th» lnt»rnatli>n l« b o r D efense tatlon econom y; am! second, by th» a(r»iiKth in the third period when th?
m erit Ju st what explanation the Sta
a y»«r ago
com petition of varloua m achines and Bulldog» aurceaafully completed a aer
11«»«» gave to the error Is not known
A m otion to hall the trial Proceed-
f „ .,„ r y product« T he Intensity o f thU tea of forw ard paenea and seemed
by the w riter However It was not
In«* until these costa had been
paid, double a ttack has been as »real In re- headed goalward. until a lone heave
fair to Mins Tim m s
was filed last week by Osmund K cent years that today the N t|ro nr was snaitxed by Mobley, the sw ift lit-
All the expenses to Portland were Fraen k el. attorney retained by the I.
F 'a ra m o u n f. "S lu in g P re tty "
with high taxes, the countries treasury is dore J ^ d a n rem ains
tlsan stands In u had wav
tie T lx e r qu arterback. who scooted off
paid by the IVIIcan T h ea tre for the !» D . In the t\ 8 Suprem e Court, and
P ercen tag e of A rtiaan* Today
on a 45-yard jau n t down the sideline Jo ck O akle. Ja c k H aley. Ginger Rog- depleted It
wants to borrow the ultim ate union and freedom of the
guests at the Congress H«»tel
Miss was set for hearing on November 13.
Dumont, wealthy citizen. co jore<1 anfl white toiler*.
Of the total num ber o f artisan s in Sam Coloman. end. and K rnest Alex- e r*. Thelm a Todd, G regory R ato ff and froin
Tim m s, however ch ose to stay at the On November Í*. how ever, A ttorneys
Ihe 25 principal occupation«, less than under, tack le, received No. 1 ra tln r In Lew Cody playing the leading role*. But * he refu se* to lend them any un- j w hen a*ked if he had a m essage for
New (}o!«l«*ft W est Hotel, of whi»di <;«.renal Thom as K K night. J r . »»f Ala
2 per cent are Negroes. And most of th eir game with the T lxers.
T h ese com es to the L iberty th ea tre Thanka- le»s the ira i less, progressive fig h ter. i the public, he said:
Mrs ('a th rln e llyrd Is m anager.
th tam with great givlna
"In the brie f days before the hang
huma, notified Mr. Frueiikel that the lliese a re ro n ren rtated In the older two men fired the
R ufus T . . F irefly . pUyed by Croucho.
men fired Ihe tern with grea g>
men of Oregon place th eir noose a-
During her visit to Portland, Miss sta te hud decide«! to pay these co sts.
cra fts which are them selves on the d» ffghtlng spirit and no doubt inspired
Including in the Imposing ca st a re 18 “ W 01" 1”“ u l r f u " r
'round my neck and snuff out my life,
Tim m s was extended numerous social
T h e sum Involved was $1452.55
rlin e In the building trade* which r* the lx f l i e r s
pin) DM g.. || gam , two famous radio a rt*. Til.
T h ‘‘ ■' 11‘ ,s fom ented hy the am || cm„ upon ,.Very w orker to ra ise his
courtesies. Hhe also sung an»l spoke
that they did until Ihe final w histle. S is te r * and the B everlav H ill B illie s ba»sador of the neighborhood country. j or h e r Toice ln prote, t. to ra ise their
present one of th*' new er d epartures
at nt'Veral places ltft*ludlng Library
A,lain- s .-n fd a a touchdown In th * both have Im portant sequences in the mho
to b>' »Vtedonia. But w h m |hands in protection". He further ur-
Negroes furnish 23 per cent of the lev
Croucho gets in power, action begins, (ged: R egardless of what may happn
tttl num ber of laborers, but only 4 2 thir»l q u arter with Sm ith converting, m usical p art* of the story.
Among those who made her stay j
And the method by which the Marx \to
th.e * o r k for the unity of white
per cent o f the »«killed workmen an.I Cleveland added th** last sco re for
Th»* story is centered around two i s
” “ *v“
|anij black w orkers m ust g o on.
in Portland a pleasant one Were the I
only 2 per cent of the apprentices. the Tlg**r* when he went over from plrlng song w riters, working in a *m ali B rother8 clow n th eir wa? through re- j
tj , e colored people, m em bers of
T h is lntt*«r figure In highly significant the 6-yard line for a touchdown. Sm ith New York music company Through o p tio n s , war and court m artial* fur hig own race, he sen t the following
Mrs .Catherine llyrd, Mrs Leon Hte*
in calculating any future trend.
went wide o f the goalpost in hi* try a streak of unforseen luck they se ll a nishes nianv laughs
T o all of my Negro F rien d s:
vrtison, Mrs Jero m e Franklin. Miy
T h e cau ses of th** d ecline of the Ve for the ex tra point.
s«»ng for $3« m ).00. decide to go to Holly
“S in ce the Oregon Suprem e Court,
Hvlvla Purges*. Miss P McCauley, Mrs
nn» artinan in th ese lines w here loose*
Hen M cK inney. C ap tain; O scar W a r wood. A fter losing th is money In n
in its five-to-two decision, has e-
C Dunbar und Mr Alec Itishnp.
have occurred ce n te r around th ree f,i« ner. Edward Adams. Raymond John- crap game, they still have $15.00 left,
lected me a candidate for a killing on
Miss Tim m s is a m ember of one of
the gallows despite my innocence, l
to r * ' (1) F irst, the natural o< ‘it pat ion- son. Ju liu s O ordch. Clem L an ier. Tho- and they hitch hike to the coast.
the leaillng fam ilies in Kiatnnth Fulls
am bringing the m atter d irectly to
al ch ang e* which industr.al develop- m as Dumas. W lllian B rooks. Arlee
T hey finally get there a fte r casii
Sh e graduated from the high school
ment en tails, for exam ple the plrtur M cKinney. R obert Camp. O tlah John Ing a bogus check a crazy man has
C A PITO L
“ In doing this. I am thinking of the
In Klam ath Falls tun! later attended
esque copper hounding around his son. B lre l Baugh. R oselle Sllvey and given them . B reak in g into a studio.
w elfare of both you and your children,
Normal School at Monmouth and
wooden Irnrrel is seen less and less l»<* Alonza Fannin, w ere the sen ior* in they eventually sell them selves and
a s well as that of the succeeding gen
taught at W eed, California T h is is
eration s to com e, if you allow this das-
catiMe steel drum*, pall* and oth er con the lineup who passed from Tuske- really get started on a su ccessfu l r a - j
tim ely a s tomorrow
her first visit to the "C ity of H oses"
m orning s jard ly and cowardly deed to pass un-
tain er* can he m anufactured cheaper. geo'» gridiron picture. E ach player re- reer. until Ihe gorgeous scre e n blondes new9paper in -E ly s la ." the sen
sation al contested
You will have no one but
ami Miss Ttm nis expressed great de
(2 ) Secondly displacem ent of N'ccro ceiveil thunderous applause from *!ie begin ¡« r in g them atten tion.
Then picture on nudism which opens a spe- yourselves to blam e when it com es
•(fi*,/ s \r«[c pun
light In being here
workmen by white labor
T h is dls- students when he was retired from the work and old friends a re com pletely c ja , enKegrm c nt at the Capitol thea- Your 1»™ to be robbed of your only
—auKw.ipnf.tt '.und s|
placem ent hus been largely un ra cla , game, his place being taken by a pro buried in th e ir te rrific ego.
the right to live on this
aau q y tur », -> puejf]
tre starting on Tuesday, alonz with possession—
M essrs. Itlrhard For«!, Clifford Flu v
..*tt|ti|jpcnti,i.. ¡ i«f)
. w —
grounds As far hack as 1S50 the whit-» mining su bstitute, a potential sta r in
T h e ir own estim ation of their
« r*. George ( ’annady uiul Charles Itun
of you. I was born In
• ifr jjq Jo j jssu j pug
a rtisan s memorialized the legislatu re the 1934 Golden T ig er Edition.
port a nee ra is, them to terrific heigl t.< Bubj e c ls
-E ly sia " not only presents the South, w here fiascos of this sort
Hu* motored t«» B eattie W ednesday
api*|euiJi;ui qji.« • •
of the S ta te of G eorgia So re stric t Ihe
T he 9» piece Tuskegee Band, w ith only to hurl them to earth with a cra sh the aim s and Ideals of nudism, but s are every day occu ran ce* I am speak-
IJS U p iOj lUVf I HI' U9
night to pas* the ThankNglvIng hull-
Negro craftsm an
In recent years the sixteen beautiful coeds, who carried that resounds throughout the film eltv. a grand piece of en tertainm en t in it- *n * from experience when I say that
-)(.)IU3 ifj us ■ • • tp cfes
«lays Mr Ford drove the party in Mr*
com petition has been aggravated in large clu ste rs of chrysanthem um s, ar-
But It brings them to th e ir senses self. It is the first authentic film iza- Eherf . i8 and n e r" wlU be a n >' J “ ,ic e
d»u.> Ul S.lU fA IM Q
C atherln Hyrd’s car. who Is the m other
for Negroes, until some comm on tin-
the North by Im migrant labor anil in tistfcully arranged with Crim son an ! with a clim ax th at ends with a whirly-
of It!» liar»! Ford
tion of life and custom s in a m odern d erstanding is reached betw een both
tho Southw eat by the few skilled w ork Gold colors, furnished the featu re at girlv finish,
nudist colony and was film ed in its en- W hite and Negro w orkers, and imme-
men among the M exicans T h e policies traction betw een the halves. V o c i f e r - -------------------------------------
tire ty at Camp Elysia. near Elsinore diate and d ecisive action is taken.
of the labor unions, pins th e propagan ous applause followed when Ihe Band,
C alifornia. P resen tin g the story of a
‘ A*a in I wish to urge you to heed
da and activ ity o f such organisations under the direction of G eorge L. Sm iih T H E FO U R MARX B R O T H E R S AT
u ; is sen -* t my warning
T h ese
young new spaper rep orter who
a .. and my plea.
are not stealin g up on me. without my
as the Blue S h irts, and the Brown m arched off the field and the young
out hy his paper to cover the nudist suspecting and knowing of them , nor
S h irts have effected serious displace ladies took th eir sea ts near the side-
‘E ly sia ." has e v e r y elem enr am I perm itting them to pass unob-
T he Four Marx B ro th ers a re now a; colony.
m ents and som etim es actual physical line.
the Param ount th e a tre in th e ir latest that m akes up a great picture. In P.d- served by you.
¡ro m b al betw een groups (3) Despite
T h e cross-cam pus run. another in
dition. it is one of the few d epartures
Jo in the fight, my friends, and
the glorious effo rts of the Industrial term ission featu re, ln which sixteen release titled "D uck Soup.”
» ti »»
stren g th en tk e battle to break and dis-
from the usual Hollywood product
.. , k l_ . . .
of. once and for all. this system
In stitu tion s, th ere Is no adequate sy s men participated, was won hy R oscoe
whuh m akes it a nevelty hit of tho NVhu h has decim ated our race and
tem of apprenticeship. T he need here Byrd. Reginald Hum phries was *e
sw itched to the Param ount at
the last year. W h e th er we a g ree with their w ill— and sent thousands of us to un
Is esp ecially opportune for vocational rond and 1-awrence Bonner won third
aim s or m otives, it cannot be denied tim ely and despicable death s, as in-
¡train in g and direction.
a < nudism as a m ovem ent to a rapid-
V T in c'ess^ n n e" Mary-
In Ihe face of th ese Influences and
M em bers of T h e G reen P atu res r a ."
can sta r, last seen with W heeler and
spreading fa cto r of contemporarv |an(j
! counter-trends, the broad outlook In w ere Interested sp e ctators at the
W oolsey In " S o T h is is A frica ", h as
T h ere is absolutely nothing often
Theodore Jord an
d icates that Ihe Negro artisan Is hold game.
Richard B. M arrison.
the ingenue lead w ith Louis
Calhern 8ive >n ,b is Him. It is recom mended
I am absolutely convinced of Theo-
ing his own. In the oth er lines he Is l a v d " , occupied a seat in the reserved
doing some “h e a v y " em otion
Marga- unreservedly for all m em bers of the <*ore 8 Jo rd an 's Innocence In this case
I losing opt but th ere is a consid erable section with President Moton. Charles
It was before I met him : It was before
ret Dumont. Ihe sta te lv a c tre s s who
Godeiroy * Moke* Hair
I read the tran scrip t of testim ony in
spread In the m ore recent develop ¡W in te r Wood, also a m em ber of Th
F o r Friday and Saturday the Capi- *bp lengthy tria l at K lam ath F a lls ; It
m enta. Hut these grains may be sh o rt-¡G re e n I'a slu re s east, and a form er
lived unless som e effectiv e techniques m em ber of the T u skegee In stitu te fa- oth er film s, again is doing her bit to tol will featu re Richard B arth elm ess * faS, . a f' " r 1/ ead ,h e "«ajorlty opinion
. . .
° i the Oregon Suprem e Court. I still
" K e e p yo ur youth and no it*
for com batting or escapin g com petitive cu ity. was nt the gam e and spent a play straig ht for them.
m his latest picture.
H eroes F or am | have devoted much space to pul>
u la rity " ad v ise* i M i s s D o ll y
licisin g the Jord an ca se in the colum n
M i C n r m s t k " b y k e e p in g
ville presentation headed hy Mapor o f this paper and shall contin ue until
your hair brilliant and c oal
Sg t. Jo sep h W hite Camp
Mite, world’s sm alles m idget. a»d other
_*8 ^re e -
(fo d ciro y 's Larieuxe H air
-r». Km *
, « *
Ju st a s we were retirin g from the
SFA N ISH • AMERCAN W AR
T he bill also includes an our nf.)ai, n ,
( oloring i* simple lo us«,
prison, i met the hangman. T h is sam e
V ETERA N S
l akes only * lew minutes
Gang comedy and other short screen hangm an,
had served y ears ago ln
lo restore streaky,off-color
su b je cts.
that capacity in the Philippine Islands.
o r s c o r c h e d h a i r —- h a i r
Sunday and Monday the screen fea-
/.nows his jo b and does not flin ch
turned grey before its lim e.
turc will he Captured. " with Douglas in ,h e ,* Mt, wh! n be « p l a i n s how the
Ladies A uxllliary M eets every
Brings b.u k th eo rig in allu s
, noose Is placed about the n eck and
trous, jet black co lo r so ailmir*
F airban k s. J r .. Ia»slie Howard. Paul how in an lnManr it perform s ,ts (Iea(1.
SPECIAL ftE M fttD E fc
2ND A 4TH SA TU R D A Y NIGH TS
ed by everyone. Leaves hair soft
Lukas and M argaret Lindsay, together ly. mision.
and radiant no dyed look. Try
rannet iupply you —
At V E T E R A N S HALL
with a new sta g e show.
I pledged m yself anew to ch e a t th is
it today. Satisfaction guaran
M ail Coupon.
________________________ hangm an of Theodore Jo rd a n 's neck.
County Court House
teed o r money back.
G o m n a Y M Ki. ( o
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Jord an Sh all Not Hang!
Oli*t S» , St. litui». Mo.
W>****•*****••• I ......... .
Send me fvwifaiJ a full »ite bottle of CîodefroY'i
I «ricuse l remh Hair Colo»in*. I m neiitlmn
$■ »« litampa i»r fx»*i office onmef or«ler).
A U SPLU N D DRUG ST O R E
If you love
C R E O L E COOKING
Crush an»! ihssolve .1 Bayer
A iuuiik importuni visitor* lo l ’uri
buoi rcccntlv, wu* Mina Alici» Tinnii»«,
of Kl.miai li F u II k , Oregon, who apent
a Week, leuvlug for her lumie I un I
MI mn T imi ih », uh » otte of thè wlntiera
of thè M« K« mno || Felli au Opporttniy
( ‘uiit Nt aponaored by thè l'ellcau Thea-
tre. Klumath Falli», Ore Hhe had th>*
final tryout »»ver radio atatlon, KKX In
Fort lumi 011 \Vedin*H«lay of I hh I week.
Mlaa Titillila «ang "llln rk Kye«| S ii ***:
Thla alte aang well and
her voice Neerned We|| Hiilted t » » thè
e th r r tfow ever thè 1 »ritti wua glveu F O R C E A L A B A M A G O V T . T O
E L IS IR
Stage Stars Know
G O D E F R OY'S
fre nc h HAIR coloring
Aspirin Tablets in half a
glass of water.
Off A Tw ater 1703
P h o n t:—•
R ch TA bor 4186
G A R G L E th o ro ug h ly —
throw your head way back,
allowing a little to trickle down
D r. D en crvcil D iitlic in k
- Physician and Sutyeon -
Repeat gargle and do not
rinse mouth, allow gargle to
remain on membranes of the
throat for prolonge»! effe»t.
H O U R S: 19:30 1. 2:30-530
Sundays and Evening hs appointm ent
Remember: Only Medicine Helps Sore Throat
Holliday 8C Holliday
T o n to r ia l
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V a r lo r t
Equipped W ith The Very L atest, W e Are In A Position To Care For
Men, Women anti Children
C om e— L et Ut S erv e Y o u !
HOLLIDAY & HOLLIDAY
Sixth A Glisan S tre e ts
MULLEN'S CREOLE KITCHEN
PO RTLA N D. OREGON
6th avenue n e a r Flan d ers
Lots Of Good T hin gs To Eat
— served by—
R ebecca Lottie and Della S co tt
O F F IC E :— ARATA BUILDING
ARATA HI.DO. — 6 N. W. Sth Ave
(If no answ er, Call B E 3181)
¡D R -S . M ir a t a j?
Modern mcdicnl science now throws
tin entirely new light on sore throat.
A way that eases Ihe pain, rawness
and irritation in as little as turn or
real B A Y E R Aspirin for this pur
pose. For they dissolve completely
enough to gargle without leaving
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It req u ires m edirine— like
BAYEH A SPIR IN - to do these
things! That is why throat special
ists throughout America are pre
scribing this I1AYKR gurgle in
place of old-time ways.
tt Be careful, however, that you get
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A TTEN D A N T
T h e tantalizing flavor* o f true m ay-
onnaiae ami true old-fashioned boiled
dremina newly com bined! Sm»M»th
and vel ety , made in th e exd utiv e
K ra ft M iracle Whip.
KRAFT’S M HACLE WHIP