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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY ID, 1919.
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HIGH CLASS COMEDY
"HE WAS NO LADY"
l- CITY NEWS I
Marion county la in receipt of a
ciieek todav from 1'olk county tor tne mirginr. i no poirau auggesi mat re
t.itm of $s."id. It is payment of one half ports of burglaries should be made- a
or tho price of the iiew ferry boat to soon as discovered and not wait a.ilay
bf put ill fperalion at inilfperifletice ior so.
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U:HI liini iiim j'l iiiii nvi. m- wuiih' i s
the boat is the Portland M.ariue Ways
nil Boat company.
Valentine M. Cone was granted a dl-
vorce today by .lucige Hiiitfliam iroin K. Helgiuni. This same boy pla a leading
A. M. i one. T hey were married May lljpart with Mary l'icktord in IuMy
l!K One of the reasons for which j Long Legs." to be shown at the Lib -
(i divorce was asked win that the hns- erty three days, beginning Sunday.
band permitted his mother to live with Hence it has been wid by those who
tli'-tn and tlmt he mnnV no eltort to
p'-ovide tor n smlai'le ami sepanite
Imme for himself and wif.
The tetate of William A. Reynolds,
ib'eiused, the lumber man of Milverton,
h is been appraised nt f "U,;il.1ii. Of
t'fis naioiiiit, 1(,(HI0 is in shnrea of the
fc-ilvertoti Lumber couipauy.
Dr. O. T. Holt's topics at the Tirst
Baptist church will be morning, The
.necessity and nliie of spiritual A.
petite, i.vening, What Is Vour Measur-
iicr Ki,i1 Mrirnntir serv
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venioj service 8 o'clock. Sunday
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vice ij o cioea.
c -noiii . in. 1 mills 1 mpir. iui" i-1
nig 7 p. m. Thursday eveuinj pruverjuow carr.Miij aroou.i a orohen nn t. ,
and conference meeting S o'clock. Ev-A few day ago, just Jjefoie coming to
r rvvnu inviicu. ....... ... ....... .. ........
0 I cranking up his car, it back fired, Ihe
Every few days inquiries sr msde'einiik sirikinij the judge's wrist with
at the police station as to who has the sufficient force to break it.
r.gM of way when niitomobiles met j A buildu g permit has been issued to
( 1 rn-w ci!in'ns. The slate law and the iKdward Dallioun of 7i Believue stieet
r -centh' passed city ordinance provide I for the erection of a building to cost
that tlie ear to the" right ha the ri-ht aljut Lino, l'hu ork ill be done by
of war. That is. if the driver f a car! day labor.
Ikes another, car approaching from the
right, that car haa the rii;ht of way.
A sudden call cae to the police sta
tion late yesterday nf'ernoon that some
one had fallen into tho (reck near
hiiiomer and I). streets and that said lout and vicinity. They are fruui Wiu
pcron waa drowning. Tw"o officers j 'lorn, Mitia.
from the police station mad a rush 1 o
for the locality. They found an Aire-1 Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenks returned
dale pup tl.uindi-riiig anmnd 'a the wa- recently from a visit of several weeks
t. r. ub ut all in. Said pnn wis duly t with relatives at Watcrviile, Washiug
re, ii,.,l. 't"ii. They covered the etitire distance
jbv automobile, traveling over 1100
Reports come in -from all parts ofhe m'!" Bli.igether, and came through
flin ty that a number of prune dryers without ecn a minor nii-diap, aliao
(re In ing erected this summer. In a ps-t of their jaunt was over a d z.y
b-m, there is the larve Fred Kurtt drv mountain riiad. Mr. Jens cinlnen'f
er on North nnmercial street, which 'upon the fine tork bottom roads in
is to be modern in every respect. There j Washington the one respeet in which
is a !a ling erected m Ui" Pringle jthe state is in advance of Oregon. Dur
Tiad a dryer and just south of Liberty jiug their ta;- 'Lea- made atrip to Lake
19 dryvr'a ere in the eouise of build hi Ian, paing through some of the
j-ig. jitiost iiiagai! o-ent miur.tain scent ry
o j they had ever seen. They wrre n.lt es-
A thief broke into tb ptil ile libra- pee y i:npres.'d with the country
rr Tiiur-kiv n'lhr. No nK rt n ' generally, t the' agricultural and
1 ia le to the polie until Fiidav after-1 w b- at regions appeared paifhed aa-1
imjiijimiii ijjiiiiiMiiuiim Mi u iiuiiwin I linfiii iJbf . IHn"l," J'JjLf? 1
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noon at 4 o'clock. When the officer!
ninde the inspection, all that was found
was the remains of a cigarette d "'; i
clicatiiins that the thief had atteuiptod
burglary operatJiig with a i ew uriv-
e r. The drawer in one of the desk wn
pried open, lint the ait'c in tho oifice
'was a little too much for the amateur
Those wlio saw the "Unpardonable
Sin" at the Lilieity theater, will re
member a freckle laced boy from To-
ekn who happened to be stranded in
saw ine pierure in i oiiiaiia inai m
this en.se Mary is not th whole aliow
and that she divide! honors with the
frecklo faced boy.
E. I Stiff Bon laid la a supply
of 12 quart zinc buckets, sine tubs and
a lot of cups and saueera i when the
govcrnmcut recently sold what it had
i.een using with the spruce division in
the uorthesL The, ahipiueut was re-
ceived .iii-r a tew & uo and this is
the way it figured up: zinc buck. t
gaivan-ij u uios iio., aim ''U I
"ou. ou ro,. m,
t. t j ,x7 r, ii
rormer Judge William Galloway is
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litn'B In iiiiidr !iiiiA f. In, rr mi. in.. . 11 . i ... 1 ..
Chirles Swarm and, wife are in the
ei'y looking over the wist with the
intention of locating somewhere. ro
'ar. Mr. Swarm says he has not found
any country thut looks so fair as ta-
ROUND OF LAUGHS
CHAS. MAVIS & MARION
NOVELTY SINGING AND
brown, and there la prospect of a third
partial failure of grain crops on ac
eomif of drv weather. In the irrigated!
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prospect for the orthard ernps, the Wo
natclice valley orchardisia cuuntiii on
jN l)(,r flMlt ,,'f B tTUfk y,iving through
Camp Lewis they met up with tronp pleasure and businitss- and he brings
Irani just arriving, bringing in a 'eon- with him the sad news if higher anil
tnige.it of Oregon boys, one of hoin i , hn , fl((,t hc MVg ttl0 sky
tittuie from thu.vicuiitv. of Salem and;. . , ,,
hailed the Jenk. car .1 he caught ,iht 1,mlt J'mt "f i'r(,H0nt ln a" "n"'
of the Salem pennant. jof silks, cotton and woolen goods.
' ''it i not the question of having the
As matters now stand in the tele-! money in hand to pay for goods," Mr.
phono situation all employes of the
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leoinpany have until H o'clock Monday tioti of being able to find them, (ioods
j morning to decide whether they wuntiare really scarce and this applies to
jt0 K ). k to worU.'This inclu.lea tele-'all lines."
,he girl as well as electricians. Ac-1 As a sample of what the market is
-t.0rdiiig to the wire reports today, a 'doing, he refers to Ihe present price of
compromise has teen reached by which
,i. -iri wnntinir to work will be tilac-!
Pl( msl of .t VQk f()r begin- a pound. Then the abnormal comlitions
ners with a maximum of l!) a week are due, he said, to the great demand
Ifor those who stay with the company 'for merchandise from abroad. Foreign
jfiv8 V(,arik Tlc w-a;,e, fixed for elec-, buyers are in the market and they are
,-triciaiis is d a .Uiv. The retroactive ! nt r.nly offering sH.t cash for heavy
I v rupns;nnn has been referred to 'shipments, but in some instances are
I,,;, wir0 eei,tr(jl control board at Wah-! offering a bones.
h.gto,,, D. C. "This winter we may expect the high
0 - ifist i u lille f merchandise
Tne tiaiers, sailors and marines who 'ever known to the present generation,
lit,.,, .s,.,,ln an,i wi. i..ive .i.,,;. eard',l T .e on relief from these con-
from the Commercial club will be given
, ,,,., nnxt yVorfnclny evening at
't,", armory. As there are about :!S(I of
,h(. ,,,., iixiait in ul,.ni it WM ,huf
me 101 s nviug in naieni 11 was inor
..(, , ,!(,, it an i,lvitntionHl affair.
,uee. tn(W K)ut rw.,.iVP invitations
are to come. The ditire Is .en, given,
under the auspices of the war camp Severs left Medford in their car at
community service, ll is probable that , 7;.(i, o'clock arriving in Salem Inst
s-.me sort of n plan will be worked out niiitc t 'Midiiighl. They passed Ihru
for ihe invitation nf the g rls ho are Kedding when the theniniiicter as
to attend. The girls who are invited I registering 112 Wednesday evening. .
will pro'.mbly be .permitted to bring!
along a rhaperone but in order that all E j aenjLD. AMUSEMENT MAN
may have nn opportunity to dance, it , pASSES AWAY IN LESHFIE1D
is understood large floor committee j .
ahs been appointed. Several prominent j E j Arnold, well known amusement
women of the city have consented t ',,, f Portland who has opereted
serve as patronesses and the d.wce. i , MrrrY imilll ,1(j 0,h(,r ,,nt,.rt!1in
every respect is to bej real affair. ,,., f(.,r,, , a y,mU f fairs aud
. . T. . , , ti ' celebrations throughout the n rthwest
Untenant Coo made sereral night. ir fh(i 2() v Hl)r,
in the "Jenny ,dane of Lieutenant at' iIir,hfi;,, Wednesday night,
though he had been accustomed to fly
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There is another aviator in the citv
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and between the two, there is finally
the assurance that there will be om-
mrrciHl flvinjr, ftrhcdulf.J to )-'.n July'
count of Lieutenant Browne's plane
ine.tii.g wnn a m,sn.ip.
The divorce UtToTlJm M. O-eson
ana.nst Will ( rem, both pa rte,.f
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in' Ul'iiu I JIB iiiiit- I'I nil? ClICMI!
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t rcon if if 1 t want a. n.von-e but t rs.
'resin diiL Tin? court to-ik the case
ur.dcr ndvi-Hment after all tc-timony
had tnea offered.
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Henry W.Meyers Home
From California Trip
i Henry W. Meyers 'is home from a
,,,m' vork' '"r
In California for
I Myers declared. "It is just tile que
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: rnw silk which is f I l.Ul) a prund com
ired to that before the war of 2.M
j (lit inns ,m affairs beertne normal
abroad," observed Mr. Vu Vers. A inert.
P, j, ,i (..,led uM)n to supplv the
'.,i,i ,, 1,,;. ,or.ilv . r,.i
jnorld and tins naturally causes a gri
' ahortngc in the domestic market. It
,,,. i,;,,),,,, ,,ri,.,. for oil "
yesterday 11,01 ning Mr. and Mrs.
according to word received in Eugene.
"'Vf. 1 1.1 I.... ...a.l.. K:u ti..a.l..,..,ri..r.
here for the rf't sr-veral months. He
. 111 , 1 j 111
was o0 years old when he died and had
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jiicut in town lirr Him on tlii Kurih
:?f "rT '""ml
, .,.! .....w. u l..f, v,.,,n
to :irir iiphi ifiti'iiinm: ii re i-h i inrrf
' Tuesday morning sad began to" feel ill
"'"" ft''r arrivinK j" - Marshfi.-ld
.Wednesday he went V, bed earlv and
issed away durinp the night. Kucene
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"Forget It" Buy At Home
Legal Fizhl Continues
j" For Pcssesslca Of Ch-li
i Lloyd Weeks and Florence Bell
j Weeks have filed an answer to the ha
Wut corpus proceedings iuiiiutcd by
Maria Shi lto i for the po!H-Wa of
Josephine Matlock, a 11 -year-old girl,
who has been making; her heme with
Mr. and Mrs. Weeks for the past three
la the answer to the petition for post
1 session of the girl, ilr. ami Mrs. Weeks
admit the girl ia making her home with
them an.l state tlir.t is not ly any pro
,ess of court or ir'sprrial ormr of
! In sustaining their position that
(Marie A. Sheltun, the mother of Jose
jnhim Matlock, ia not a fit person
I make a home (or the child, the answer
'alleges that the mother has contracted
' several mc mages, always followed by
'divorce proeeeitings and that on O.'to
1 her 8, 1W!, i'i sgreement was made
Ihetsen the mother and Mrs. Cora Bell
I Matlock, whereby Mrs. Matlock was to
: adopt the little girl.
j ThM Cora Bell M.-t'r-ck died Oeto
Ibcr 13. HUB, and r. the little gill then
hud mi oneto rare for her, Mr. mid Mrs.
1 Lloyd Weeks took her into Wn-'.r home
! as a member of the family and that she
Ms now liing with them as a member of
: the family.
j Mr. anil Mrs. Weeks also stale (hat
, tliev applied to Jmlsre Jueoli Kanzlor
of Portland, jiulo of the court of do-
west ir relations for Mltaomah cortntT
wWin.r fill Hi lt.inal ailniifiiin tt .Tn&i.
uliiue, but they learned later that the
Multnomah court had no jurisdiction.
That having given the girl a Lome
and having become much attached to
her, and having the financial ability to
Hive her the best of care and an educa
tion, Mr, and Mrs. Weeka the court
for a dismissal of the habeas corpus
proceedingi, end that they be permitted
to adopt the girl.
FAIB WEATHER AND
Washington, July 19. Week
ly weather forecast:
Pacific const state: General
ly fair weather and normal tem
peratures. i i in m -
I STATE HOUSE. I
Ktate Forester Klliott has received
an invitation from the West 'ont
Lumbermen's association to attend a
conference of leading lumbermen and
forestry officials to bo held in Port
land next Monday, when they will meet
with Chief Forester Graves of Wash
ington, D. ('. Among other matter to
be discussed will be reforestation aud
regulation of lumbering operations.
Division Manager Enrl Kilpatrlek of
Seattle hns notified the secretary or
stnto that ho is issuing a bulletin to
all chapters of the lied Cross society,
calling attention to the need of fami
lies made umnolcs and destitute thru
Among the more important compan
ies filing articles in the corporation de
partment during the past week are the
following:: Laurelliurst Construction
Co., Portland, tt.,0(X; Westotu Con
struction Co., Portland, 10,WI0; Sher
wood Manufacturing Co., Portland, $ 1 0,
OUO 1 Liberty Laundry Co. Portland,
10,1100; Warren ton. Lumber Co., Port
land, $.')0,000; International Lumber
Co., Portland, V),tMI(l; Lnlly Klectrie
company, Portland, I.'.OIKI,
Miss Cornelia Miirvin of the slale
library, has received orders from all
the school districts of Oregon for their
allotment of school library books as
provided by statute, which allows the
purchase of hooks to the amount of ten
cents for each child cf school age.
There will be required from 110,000 to
40,000 to fill the demand, though the
number is greatly curtailed on account
of tho advanced price of all books.
At the recent meeting nf the Ameri
can Library association in the en-st,
Miss 'orndia Marvin was made second
vice president, the only office placed
in Oregon, The presidency goes to Den
ver, while the office nf first, vice pres
ident ogon to 4'nnnda.
I Court House Notes '
The Security .Htala Ibmk of Wood
bum has been given a decree and judg
ment for 110 in its suit aininst Frank
Aral and others and also given a fore
closure on the land Involved in the
John Bavne has benapfrinted guar
dian ad litem for Conrad Kiebs Jr.,
and also for H. Braithwaite in the suit
brought ngninit them with others by
the Alliance Trust company.
Homer Kdwan'l ba broufcht auit
against Mnrr Ide and about to others
to quiet title to the south half of lot
7, Cnpital City Fruit farms. He allege
he h is been in undisputed possession of
' llin i.riiiwrtv fur (tin nsnt ten venrs.
PRESIDENT 8IONS BILL.
Washington, July 1. President Wil.
son today signed the new sundry civil
The original bill was etocil liecnuse
it did not carry funds for vocational
Rehabilitation work ammg wounded
The new bill carries H OOu.ouo for
, this work in addition to $ti.OOu 01,0 car
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ried in another measure, makin
1000,000 the total available.
"Forget If -Buy At Home
Journal W ani
Quick Reference To Firms That Give Service On Shcrl
Where Buyer And Seller SIeetWe
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Eleetrio Co., Mawnia Tcmpla,
RR SADi-436od 3 roout kou with
modcra eotivtmoncei oa largs lot, j
abundance of fruit, oa paved atreet. j
6 room house, small taaru and 2 fine i
loti with abundauce of fruit, only 2 j
bloeki fro .a naved street and 1-nl '
12tH). Square Deal Realty Co. tf
Call S98. Hishert prices paid for
junk, second hand foods and machin
ery. Be sure m& call 398, get the ritht
prices. The square deal house.
271 ChemekeU St. EaJem, Or.
Less Than 300.000
Troops Now In Europe
Washington, July 1st. The
strength of the army July 14
was 7S2,lHJO, the war depart
ment estimated today. Ot theue
2S2,lHK) were in Kurope.
ln the Tiiited State! there
were a7-.0HO officers and Bieu
in Krberiu, 8oi)0; in insular piw
sessions i.Wfl; at sea enreute
to France 5iH) and at sea en
' route to the Vnited Mates 91,-
riince the .armistice 2,!US,S(4
officers and men have been dis
chnrged. ln the same time, 1,717,
lfiH officers and men have been
returned from overseas. Tnere
have been 81,711: einmtinenU in
the regular army since tht re
cruiting campaign began this
The Hague, July 19. It ia reported
here that the former German erown
princess is expected to arrive at Wieren
geo from Germany shortly to visit her
MACHINE SHOP WORK
Expert mnchine shop service by Mr.
Bergman at high school machine
shop, VI years experience. Gear cut
ting a specialty. High clnss machine
tools. (jiiLck service. Phone 446. 8 b'
DR. L. HALL WJLNON-pe-
J" citiMst in tho Modern Scientific
Amplication nf Glasses for tho aid of
vUion snd tho relief of Kyestrain and
Headache. Office closed Maturdays.
Office 210-211 V. 8, Hank building.
Phones, office 145; res. 1244.
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP
Radiators, Fenders and Gns Tanks
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
All work guaranteed, 198 H. 12th St.
8alem, Oregon. 8 1
Yick So Toag
Chinese Medicine and Tea On.
Has medicine which will cure any
Open Sundays from 10 A, M.
until 8 P. M.
153 South High ht.
Sulom, Oregon Phong 233
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W. T. EIGDON k CO
252 North High Street
Portland, Or., July 10. Butter, city
creamery firtcr .17o
(U;!s selected pica I ex 4HoMiie
Broilers 22fi .".Oc.
Cheese, tripiols J7(it3Jo
DAILY LIVE 8TOC KMAEKET
Tone of market steady
Good to choice steers tO(71i.J3
Fair to good steers tS.Wo i'D
Common to fair stocrs $7(uv7.50
Choice to good cows and heifers
Meilium to good cows and heifers
fanners I'rti fl
Uom-lpt t S
Tone of market steady
Prime mixed t'diiz'zr, "
Medium mixed I21.2.(ti 21 ."0
Hough heavies I9.7.iQi.'0
Pigs l.2.(5 20.23
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs $120 1:1
Fair to medium lambs 91!
Yearlings roi t
Wethers fl'ii 7.30
127 Kortk Uig-
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
W m W '
household gtwds. Oct our bid beferw
you 111. Teopifi lirnitur aud IlaiaV
Wire gtoref j;i jf, 'oai. St. PUom
J NO CAtfil BEQU1KEH Good oyere
shoes and suits, all sinas or bdkv
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, knaW
ing stoves, gas stoves, luit tases aa4
U'OO other useful articles to sell 1
t'ade. Whnt have rout The Capital
Kxchange, 337 Court St. Paine ilW.
VOTR used furniture, itoves, earpett
and tools, a! we pay fair prices iof
everything. Call 847
CAPITAL HARDWARE FL'RNI
S5 N. Com 1 St.
HAT BLOCKING I elean and Woe
ladies' and Men's hats. Juat re
ceived a hat reoorating machine. It
gets the dirt, Try it once. O. B,
Ellsworth. 493 Court 8t. Salem, Or,
STOVES REBUILT AND HEPAIBKd
SO years experience, Depot National
snd American fence.
Sires 8 to 58 ia. high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Snlem Fence and Store Werks,
250 Court street. Phrs i24.
I. A. Rowland Farnitare Stcra
Buys, sells and exchaages new aai
2d hand furniture. All kinds t
repair work, light grinding, flHBf,
and braxing a specialty. &iil
prices. 247 North Commercial k.
8ALE5J SCAVENGER Garbage as
refuse of all kinds remored oa moatat
ly contracts at reasonable rates
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals raw
moved. Office phone Main 107.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Bncurlty
THOS. K. FORD
Over La ad k Busb. bank; Bakm Orefoat
FEDERAL FARM LOANS BH
cent intereet. Prompt serviee. WH
yean time. Federal farm loan boade
lor sale. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 Ua
ionic Temple. Salem, Oregon.
IN8URANCB COUVCiu-For free la
formation about Life Insurance ae4
J. F. Hutchaaon, dist. manager fa
the Mutual Life of N. Y., effie at
371 Htate St., Balem, Ore. OffWe
rhono 99. residence 1196. M
Our Prices are Ri((ht
W. M. ZANDLEB, Proprietor
1235 N. Bummor Street, Salem, Orefosi
STFAVART'8 REPAJR SHOP Uts
mowers ground by machinery! ail
kinds of grinding, leek smithing, son
brella." recovered, light repairing af
all kinds. 347 Court Ht.
KXIOHT3 OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCormirk hall on every Tuesday
at 8. Walter Lonon, C. C, P.
Kuntx, K. B. 8.
ROYAL Neighbors of America, Ore
gon Grape camp No. 1300 meet ery
Thursday evening in McCornaek kail
Elevator sr-vice. Oracle, Mrs. Car
rie E. Bunn, 618 L'nioa St; reco
der Mrs. Melissa Persons, 1415 W.
4th' Ht. Phone 1430M.
UNITED ARTISANS aiital Assom
bly Xo. H4 meets first Thursiia ei
each month at 8 p. m. in Masomt
Temple. Glenn C. Nibs, M. A.; C. A.
Vfbbert, secrHarv, :t4il Owens street.
UI.F.M WATER r?M.ANT Offiea
eorncr Coinmercis' and Trale streeta
Bills payable monthly la advance.
Out of 60 students la the pnarmaef
department of the University of Wash
inji'on this year 30 are women.
To replace the old building rmeally
burned, the school district of Empire,
in Coos county, bas rated funds tJ
SEEIP. SEE IT! SEE ill
Make your own gas with our new gas
maker, installed in your ranpe or
heater' in two minutes. Swte, t.ienp,
quick, clean. Money buck guarantee,
no experiment. Ihiily demonstration
at Frank Richtrr's store, 373 Court
Ht. Halem, Or. Robinson and Johnson
exclusive selling representatives for
Marion county. 7 21
Keep Them Home $$$