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March 16, 1936

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THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY OREGON PAGE THREE ) MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1936 I, Hodges $52.18; W. W. Larsen, $178 90; R. McKinney $1.19: Merle LEGAL NOTICE LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY Playwright Gist e for Nuptial Scene bed with sciatic rheumatism and her grandmother is just up and around after an .illness. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Moodv and daughter Corelea of Marshfield spent Saturday nit;ht and Sundav Ferries Standard Oil $!).5: B. F. Howard $40.71; C. R. Evans $1.34. ; Miscellaneous Dent F. Stewart $167.50; Ben Fisher Planing Mill Sfl.55: Porter's Exchange $95.00: General Road Fund $27.42: Rufus Holman $47.00; $11.99: Mountain States $117.25; Morris $14.34; - Martin Pickens, J' -vY nCnac-Hw,7 V5T' iV,S84.40; W. K. Powell $7.17: Mer-scph McMilhn $30.00; Pacific Tel ,0- & Tel $23.80: Lucille J. Pepper-1 1111 v- Smlth 3 : C. C, Sim-ling $15.00: Frank Taylor $10.45: i mons $19.12; Fir Lumber Co. Glenn P. Wallace $15.00: Albany $21.60: Elbert Swink $12.07: Av-Printing Co. $29.50; Eugene Con-i erv Swink $12.07: Art Slater, crete Pipe $52.50; General Tool 1 $38.24: Frank Webber $7.17: C. NEIGHBORHOODS Caroline Martin $6.00;. Pacific Tel. & Tel. $4.80; Health Officer G. E. Fortmiller S25.00: F. A. Pati.-ii s:u(l; James W. Drinkard $1.50: Elmer Wadswortn $1.25; K. U. Miller $13.50: A. G. Prill $3.50: W. V. Allen $.75: Indigent Soldiers Ralph L. Banton $83.03. idow's Pension Suver Albany Democrat $24.80; J. W Oregon Co. $23.1 1: Irvine's Garage $94.60; : p. Ware $89.75: Everett Watters Suver. Mrs. W. J. Kerr attend Goin $21.30; Greater $23.85: Rufus Holman $846.96: uilmoro on Co. $4. 90: union uii;.S6.5a; Elmer Watters $3.58; Le- here vjsitmg with Mr. and Mrs. DanaG3. Rossman and daughter, j Fern. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gansle and1 daughter. Leila, motored to Sheridan Sunday to attend a golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Gan-i sle's aunt. I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Straley and Western Auto $22.48; Gen-: Roy Anderson $7.76; Chas. Adams Harrisburg Bulletin $5.25: National $70.0!) eral Tool Co. $7.28. IS7.17: Childers $11.97: Victor Cairnes Victor Cairnes Sclma Alexander $(W,00 Lura Al-xander $15.00; Mary-J. Bennett ed the funeral of her cousu. Ray Brown, at Corvallis Monday. Mr. Brown was killed Friday when a log rolled on him at the mill where he was working. Funeral service ivere held at the Keeney ipel and burial was in the Lock ceme I Prcecedings of the County .Court for the month of March. ! ly.lii. compiled bv K. M. hus.,ell. and published pursuant to section : 27-51, Oregon Laws. Bills allowed: I KcKistratiou ami I. lection A. E. Simmons S4.00; Goldia J. ' Russell $U.al: Albany Planing Mill $7.ati; J. 1. Appellate W.Utl: Fred thaly Sj.IiO: Anna Hollar 4.0.UU; :Waud brims $.5.un: Clare Luise a2.uU; Joe - Elliott $3M); Hooker Electric SS'.HU; Mai v E. Miller Sio.iw; Ernest Pilch $7.00; M. B. laanoers S6.UU; Clara Kizer ifa.tlu; (Anoy Shindicr $2.50; Elmer Wads-. ;woith S8.UU; W. L. Wriylit Jfli.JU; ij. (J. Wooley $ti.f0; ! Shciilfs Ot (ice - i A. E. Simmons ?2.5U; Herbert Shelton Si.Oo; J.K.Mills $126.31; .-imy IU.Ross $l24.7i; Tlielma Clem iSoU.iki; me. Eddy SiJa.UO; T. ti. MARKET ROAD Fl'NI) j Harry $11.97; General Albany Sand. & Gravel $74.55: Road Fund $505.34: J. W. Galla-Albiinv 'Democrat $1.20; Terilock : way $35.97: Lester Johnson. $11.95; & Forster $2.50; Lardon & Hodge Pete Johnson $11.95; Earl Low-$94.18; Pacific Tel & Tel $4.95; den $7.17: Corlis E. Long. $7.17; Reemployment $00.00: O. S. Agricultural College $1250.00: Rawl-ings S3.00: Recorder's Office $1.00: Earl Snell $250.00; Annette Tindell $36 00; R. B. Tomoson $13.06: R. A. Cale $7.50; W. H. Faxon $7.50. GENERAL ROAD Kl'ND $12.00: Florence Bland $20.00; Lura Blatchlev $15.00: Gertrude I Bruson $20.00; Hazel Burress $20.00; Dorothy Cox $20.00: Myrtle Ciahlree $15.00; Gladys Dow Orecon Automobile Ins. Co. $20: Glenn Mcl.lain 19c; H. V. Mc- little daughter are moving from Halsey to Brownsville to mstkci their home. Mr. Straley has em-! ' ployment here in the sawmill and, also is assistant mail carrier to Sweet Home. ' I Miss Marv McNeil of Monmouth i Rnwlincs $1.70: J. M. Pipe. Sl9.i; Clure $2.39: Earl McClure, $2.39; tery north of Corvallis. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. AlcCustion of Fall City were visitors at the Davis-Douglas home Saturday. $20.00; Katie Edwards $15.00; Ger- 1 T. J. Brinson $129.75: Rov Bow trude Farmer $15.00; Rhode Gen- pi;m $109.75: R. W. Barr $119.75 Mr. and Mrs. J. A Couey and spent the weekend here visiting son. Walter, of Shedd were Sun with her parents. Mr. ana mrs.i dav dinner euests of the Harold nmr MA'i-il. trv S25.00; Etta Mav Gallea S35.00; Flla Green $35.00: Pearl Hobson 1 $20.00; Lela Horfman $15.00: Eva T. Henderson $25 00: Verda Hess $30.00; Freda Hvder $15.00; Crvs-; tal Kcebler $30.0'); Marv Leve'.t Kvl Heard $78.98: Frank Buker $107.55: H. M. Brvant 57.42; Ralph Blnnehnrd S107.82: Ed. L. Bni"ic $36.96: James Cochran, S7! 75; Geo. Cornwell $46.75: W. I.. Cumin Slt.36: Harrv Dinkel. Lebanon Hdwe 30c: Tom's Auto Charles MrClure $2.39; W. J. Pet-Slum 35c: Standard Stations $1.50; 't S5.37: Martin Pickens $65.60; Scott Chrisman 20c: Portland Gar-! Elbert Rice $Kt33: Roy Roth, age $1.50; Ed. L. Boggie $14.36;' $119: Othal Rice $4.78; Ray Riggs Bernard Bolf $2.39; .1. B. Cornell '; ST.l": W. R. Robnet $12.54; R. I $22.70; Harrv Dinkel $8.78; Rav-, R- Robnett $62.80; Charlie Shaw, mond Duncan $2.39; Earl Elliott, $'19: Jess Walton $7.17; Wink-l $1,011; W. H. Gillett $2.39; F. T.t'er's Repair $4.25; Etzel & Van i Ginther $89.75; A. I . l'alev, Handle $58.59; Harvey Ransom '$89 75' W. W. Larsen $187.76; ii.i$7.80; Foust & Robinson $6.00; F. S. McClun $8.75; John McNeill 1 W. Fleetwood S5.40: General Road ,$67.83; L. Pitman $56.54; Jack Fund $126.60; Clarence Jungwirth , Rhodes $16.15; Joseph O. Schrunk: $103.87; Edward Jungwirth, ' $8.78: C. C. Scott $4.99: D. Sliger, $' LOfi: J. E. Jungwirth $78.98; $20.00; Lydn Marrs $15.00 rtlocKOiiMiiiliv Siu.UO; Leona.- Zeh ' S4.39: A. L. Downing $09.99: E. Miller t. na"S' S32 31: A. p. Kiswick. (g)Duey family. I Rob: Davidson is back in j i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and familv school offer a few davs illness, from Salem were dinner guest; of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hill and Mis. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Harris Sunday. George Cross motored to Portland Their daughtei(Q)Geraldine, is able Thursday where the ladies enjoved to be out again since her recent ill-; the opera "Martha. Mr. Hill , ness. - transacted business. - i McHugh $25.00; Pearl lift.tll): Juan IJurnctt $3y.B5; Mary . I $25.00; Flora Murphy $15.00; $50.21; H. A. Gambill $89.75: Dale iGuman $7fl.UU; - Nita: McClain iy7h.nu; Anna Bender $75.00; .Es , uolcue McNeill sia.oo: Constance t Gronso $89.75; C. E. Galbraith Od -nborg $16.00: Mary Louise $70.45: Csn Haves S89.75: Wnl-( Packard $15.00: Alicp Parks $16.00; HnpkiiurSII.16: Fred Howatg I Martha J. Parsons $20.00: Amy $53.01: Rov Hildreth $18.84; F. E. $78 15- F. Uhrhammer $35.00; Jim iimery f.n; L.inn LumDer General Road Fund $1180.21: Gen- $14.74; Moore Dry Kiln $3.50. ,Peregoy $25.00; Dova A. Phillips Ingram S25 5:: 11. L. Jones $9.00; $15.00; Wilhelmina Piatt $20.00; Croo. V. Kenriig $13.48: R. J. Ken- 5;''",; . :": ; business visrrmjs dig $139.75: C. L. Letfler $89.' Wesley Kester is driving a new Jerrv Moocty, son 01 ivn. ami par and W. J. Kerr a new truck, ('rs. Fred Moody, has recovered Miss Olive Johnson spent the irom the measles but is not back weekend visiting at Crawfords-, in school. ... ViHe. Mrs. Fred Moody spent last i W. J. Kerr took Jack Country- weekend visiting friends in Port-rrtan, who has been in poor health land. ... for several months to Dallas to'l Miss Edith Hutton returned to Consult a doctor Tuesdav. I Halsey Tuesday evening from her i ink UAci0iiun f wji,, ,m 1 home at Dever where she spen t t he ijiinan I'oweu 5i.iu.uo; ciara I'ros-Uon $35.00; Lily A. Rathman $15.00; ther hlrKnight $51.38; U. Oldham J a.il.SO; rtioa'i' AUkO Co. $7.tt; Ai-' lens Camp $.7U; Henry Doublcduy S1.50: U: & M. Co. $45.UU; KuKe Chapman S274.75; Pai Kway Motor ! &2.7.I; Pacnic Tel. & Tel.' $9.33; j Standard Oil Co. $2.00; Irvine's Garat.e SI. 25; Frank Taylor .V Son ill.75; Woods Bros. $j.G0. ' Clerk's Otfice I E. G. Arnold $125.00; Lela Hoff Sidney KniKiey iBlmvei. uutlioi of liroadway 8 roiiiilar "Men tu While" and "Head Ktid' drainib, is expected to tnr In a weddwc i.eno Willi Dnris Dudley, youug actress, who ns obtained an an-iiulmeni ul uei childhood mat-riage In Theodore Kurrua. 1V1UIU1 l O. Ot'O-.nil, l ill I J l AlllTSJ il Co. $54.02; Standard Stations,! Mr. and Mis. Lee Gaines of the $115115 -Providence neignnoriiood are B. S. McClun $21.95; A. L. Palmer $64.62: Carl Porter $78.15; A. L. Palmer $25.13; Tom Ouigley ,$19.13: Jack Rhodes $25.13: Ray Rich SJ3.48; Wnlter Rice $70.45; Maude Rhinewault $15.00; Alice 1. Roberts $35.00; Rachel A. Ross $25.00: Lillian B. Rocher $10.00; Alice Rogers $15.00: Aleta Sandner RO. DISTRICTS I-l'NIl nmong Jie .Hit of town visitors spending this afternoon in Albany. D. Sliger $1.60; F. Uhrhammer 90c; Jack Rhodes 90c; L. Pitman "was an over nieht euest Wednes-i weekend and the first two days of Rose UStav $19.13; Ernest Rice ,1-11 Wttnt AHi Rr'nff HequlTK the week as a victim of the mea S25.00; Margaret Schultz $15.00: Eva Scott $15.00: Marv M. Sith-r $20.00: Cora Bell Stubhs $15.00; Anna Swift $32.00; Elsie Torgeson school for several days. Mrs. Dick Duncan entertained the Potter club at her home Thursday afternoon. $119.80: L. E. Soderstrom $89.75; 90c; All Market Roads $111.00; Al-J. O. Schrunk $4.39; Molvin Sweet; Wny Sand & Gravel $371.20; Geo. R4.88- Henrv Schulle $46.25; ! Canov $13.00; L. W. Di nger, $6.38; John Suvlar $57.87; Arthur Wigle, General Road Fund $490.49; Hush sles. Miss Mary Umstead of Monmouth spent the weekend here visiting with her cousins, Mi', and Mrs". Eldon F. Cross. man SUU.Ull; 1.111 Icne Arnold Stta.-00; Pacific Tg) & Tel. $7.1)5; Haw-lings $22.75; Recorder's Office Pauline Wilson $!0.00; Pacific Tel. & Tel. $4.15; G. T. Hockcn- $15.00; Partheno Tin pin $15.00; Alida Thomas $35.00; Helen $26.92;. C. Walker $40.82; W. O. I Kizer $39.55; Dale Bulhs $3.72; day of E. G. Harris. While here he called on several other friends. Miss Dorothy Anderson, who has ibeen quite ill, is improving. She has been absent from schbol for about two weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lamphere visited in Salem from Wednesday until Sunday. I Mrs. Clarabelle West returned Brownsville $17.54; Air Reduction i Lyle Bulbs $3.72; Lawrence Uull- STOPPED UP i uoiuosoo 3,1.-1. uti; jviunci 1 itunio- jplkinski son $25.00; Ethel Wallace $15.00: n'.,i rn $23.46: J. H. Allison, is $11.07; Geo. Bennett $37.02; Brownsville. The Women's 1 smith $5.00; Rawlings $2.55; lNOSTRILSi Una May White $25.00: Pearl . s-n5 OoOUhanv Planine Mill B5c: ' Harold Chance $15.25: J 11. Foreign Missionary society of the Treasurer's Office M. E. church sponsored a South Marv Ingram $2.35; Boone's Whitaker $25.00: Emma Whitney ; Alhnnv Aulo $203.55-. Albanv Bar- nett $9.56: Raymond Shedd Shedd. Mrs. J. A. Blankenship entertained with a dinner last Sunday in honor of her son John's 2.50. $25.00; Martha Whitney $: American luncheon at the church $31.36; General Road Fund, $182.87: W. H. Gillett $20.73: Hol- j rJOOK oloie o-.l'U, IjCIIUIC ruwtn to Salem lt week after having spent a couple of weeks visiting gain House $16.50: Alexander Mo-j tor Co. $114.07; Ames Hardware,! $1.35; Ballon Wright $51.08; W. E. Burns $60.23; Barde Steel Co.; parlors Tuesday evening. Each table was decorated with a large birthdav. The table was beautiluiiy Si.au; facmc let. sc lei. j. L. Stuart $25,011; Surveyor's Office Poor Account Western Auto Supply $.29; C. T. White $60.00: Hammond Lumber rn S5 9!)- Genenil Rond Fund , !her grandmother Mrs. Minn Umon Garage $5.35; Ed. Haver- land $25.09; McDonald Bros., $74.80; Frank Stnmes $1.49: Hen- decorated with spring flowers. James. $56.78: Bureau of Labor $5.00: Use Menlholatunt to help open the nostrils and permit freer brvatliing. . flag and small place card flag, hand painted bv Mrs. Eva Arnold. Favor card flags representing the agricultural products, birds, etc. of F. P. Coulter ! rv Schultz $46.67; Harvey Tharp, S2.10: Standard Oil Co. $13.29: 1 Lyle Bigbee $31.87 $36.50; J. W. $20.91; O. C. Thornton $15 83;i Amos 'Hdwe. S3 85: Pal-l-etl Ftros. $3.75: Ben Clclan Glenn A. Peck $70.20; Wm. Cooper $9.57; Clarence Jacobson ).7a; Pacific Tel. & Tel. $4.10; Assessor's Oll'iee Lilla O. McCoy $110.00; Earl Elliott $110.00; W. C. TemplcUn Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hoist of Tangent, Miss Eloise Hoist. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blankenship and the guest of honor. t The Priscilla club was entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Cox. Roll call Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Allen and daughters, June and Mrs. Lester Waight were Sunday dinner guests bf Mi', and Mrs. Willis Allen. I Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Douglas and family and Mrs. Miles Davis were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl $6.40; Dawson Drug $5.25: Grocer-veteria $36.35: R. A. Hulbert $2.50; Hurley Plumbing $64 69: Lee's Coneland Yu rls $6.43; Marin Da- I William Zellmer $33.40; J. N. Bur--, venport $11.25: Dailv Jour- nett $87.16; .M. E. Burnett $41.82; mil of Commerce $6.00; F. C. General Road Fund $167.00; Gib-j Dannals $1.00: Elee. Steel Foun-'son Motor Co. 90c; llollemoni drv $218.96; Exide Battery Elee. Garage $7.00; Tom George $29.87; Pi inim'u ;o i i ;iB,knv S20-4!,: MurPhV Seed $2.70; P n??.":ff" McDonald Market $5.15: Fred $1.00; Aiba.iy was answered with St. Patrick s Sellers at Salem bunday. If you prefer nose drops. or throat spray, call for the ; MEW MEHTHUUTUM LIQUID 1 Pavne 4 00' Jess Safley $4 00-;$1741; Factory motor iar 1 o. ; iJaui nainaway a.ui, muuoj !M'sj'rn 'ai w,n,.i-. $80 .48: Ffonauuhtv Machinery Co. ! Hardware $1.15; Ivan Tandy, r Alan Ritch.ndMvenCou; T-; have been out of school for several In handr bottle wtlh G. T. Hockensmth $.70; Pacific Tel. & Tel. $4.00; Rawlings $4.35; Frank Taylor & Son $46.50; Court House Mountain Slates Power Co. $59.-57: Portland Gas & Coke $.95; , Hdwe $189- Bureau of Lnhor 1 1 03.50- Fisher Imnlement $23.56; $0.39; L. P. Dawson $7.17; W. H. $?00:' Anderson General MHw. General Electric $7.58; Gibson Mo-j Eggleston S58; Andy Elswick, '. r!..i nj too mi- ( Co. $1.90: Geo. Lawrence Co. $2.39: Ben FNior Planing Mill, days .with the flu. I Mr. House, who has been employed by Carl DeArmond, has pone to Astoria to work. Mrs. Mouse expects to join him soon. Gen- T.'w' Rnnscl R Rn- Dawson Drin! 72c: Honeymaii Hdwe 05c: Harris $14.45; Wm. Filkins $7.17; ceived first pri7.es in contests pre-, sented. Guests were Mrs. George1 Gardner. Mrs. W. W. Abraham and Miss Katherine Pugh. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Githens and Mrs. Zimmerman. The Lerov Slarnes home was the I 6.66; T. 11. Hulbert, I eral Road fund $621.50; C. J. Ilel- Cummings Traii.-.fer $84.30; F. C. j store 02.00; Doolev Br Bros. $9.50; (g;ply $16 ; Hamilton, S3 30; J. F. SAN DIEGO Hufford $14.40; Hiram -ter $2.74; Berniec Kizer $238.4.1; South America were displayed. A special South' American menu was served. The speakers of the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Elbert E. Read, missionaries from Chili, who arc studying for one year at Oregon State college. Mrs. Ida Benning has traded her residence property in Brownsville and some real estate in Albany for a place east of Lebanon where she will make her home. Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Wright and daughter, June. Mrs. Clara Starr, Miss Violet Hoy and Mrs. Anna Gamble went to Eugene Wednesday. Mrs. Gamble and Mrs. Starr remained in Eugene where Mrs. Gamble underwent an opeig) tion on her eyes Thursday. Harlan Bones had the misfortune Tuesday afternoon, while engaged in logging operations on the Fisher tract south of Brownsville, to be caught bv a log with the re Jack C. Wheat $15.04; $89.71 1 iwiss i-ena niaoers ruiunieuj home Fridav after having spent a I ne rnnay aiier navin8 Pm . iRtore $10.10: Irish Hammctt $22.37; Gloves 93c: J. K. llaselline l o., ienry Morey .o ,w: iv nrnn -ic-v 1 n..Phin qko. p x, s.-ivo ' $98.32: Huffman Si Son 75c: Hur-I kens $100.40; O. M. Rankin $89. (5; hi,.,hrlav ..,.. ,ast. Circuit C'ourl lev's Plumbing $2.82; J. M. John-.White Hardware $9.00; Geo. Canoy Kathleen K. Miller $6.00; Ralph S12.50; Safewav Store $13.00; A. SS? Pneifie'cftv SpUng Sunday in honor of Mr! Starr.es. rSr,P Haftif Ryuef of Independ-1 R'nner was served at noon Tjej " : ul- Herroii S7.50; N. E. Irvine $7.50; N. Simmons $1.50; G. E. Warner , . rA fo owine euesis eniovea liil son $58.05: Ed. Kellenberger 25c; $339.00; General Bridge Kuncl, L. M. McKnight $3.60; Loggers & j $3.60; General Rond Fund, $1-Contractors $62.94; Munnell . St 187.13; Hugh Kilter $428.80; J. B. Sherrill $114.15: Magneto Elee. i Kcebler $82.57; Merrill Smith, J. K. Weatherford $27.20; Pacific $12.00 , : Q ' :"'- Jail ' Tel. & Tel. $u.aa; County Court & Commissioners Ssalker, an 0- an d Mrs . Frank Sf Ush MrMarndMrI Wafkar'e 1 1 - and'daughtersM Hatte'anS ?l - "s'.,"r',.a".Ji ".u- .a.J Katherine. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Owen beam Agency $.47; J. J. $9.60; C. H. Minturn $5.50; Moun- $8.00; Tom's Auto Shop $2.00; By-tain States $47.70; C. R. Nokesiron Bates $7.17; D. C .Cook, S10 70: Oregon' Auto Wrecking. : $9.56: Roy DeWall $14.93: Gen- Cummings Trsf. $21.00; Grill Cnre $85.12: Hooker Elee. $1.80; Mountain States $17.49; Pacific . Tel. & Tel. $2.60. Bridges htrh8omeinT.berta:'canada.af:j ner having spent most of the win- Halsey. Mi.nd Mis. Albeit f Barrett $2.3o; H. A. livnninger $112.30; H. F. Warren $112.60; Pacific Tel. & Tel. $14.95; Justice Court $26.23; Pacific Eiscmnn $25.30; oral Road Fund $233.00; Kehdle ! Peoria Garage $1.00; Pacific Ma- Service 50c; H. C. Logsdon $4.77; Barrett chincry $34.02; Frank Phillips,' N. I. Morrison $4.43; Kenneth Mc-rtiirion fto.MW.Inhn A. Roeblings Sons Co. ', DonalcP$137.60: R. W. Montgom- j iter here. tertained Pineirove, W. B. McCormick and sult that bone in his right leg was I C. A. Childers $38.01; Bros. $4.55; Froman & The Ivv club was en Victo- Olhver $65.05; J. F. Mc- broken. The break was just pbovc j Glolnern stiM); RiL.y shelton $3. IWednesdav afternoon, March 11 9ii- Rnn Fis her P an ne Mill SI50.4O: Hawlmgs s.iia; z,. 1. aim- cry sua. 1 lviarion wouniy, the ankle and the injury will lay EL CORTEZ HOTEL ROOM AND BATH $50 flOll 9 A DAV $44i85; General Road Fund $247.- cipher $7.40; Stholl's Store $2.37;': 608.43; A. N. Pictrok $4.22; I'aul 52- Lulay Bros. $30.41; J. M. Pipe Snap on Tool Co. $46.42; Bar-j Knncr $105.20; General Road $5'40' Herbert Shelton $65-11, Fred ret Bros. $53.86; Win. Bain Agency : Fund $30.00; Arch Ray $30.61; G. Wodtli $13.88; Harrv Dinkel $8.50; Agnes Bolf $64.00; Beard 'II. Ray $1.19; R. L. Wirth $4.49; $96.58- Elmer Hoist $139.75: B. S. Estate $76.00: Gibson Motor Co. Guy Van Brunt $36.00; Rose Ziel-M. Clun S72 43: Jess B. Walton $1.00: F. T. Ginthers $9.97; Geo. inski $0.72; A. L. Downing $23.21; him up for some time. A. C. Childers. operator 'of the Childers ' Lumber company at Crawfordsville. was a visitor in Brownsville Tuesday, while on his way to Lebanon to secure parts for his mill. 00; W. A. Ewing $2.00; Ed Kyeru. S2.00: Earl Michaelson $2.00; - M. L. Southard $2.00; Harvey A. Wight $9.00; J. C. Wooiey $3.00; Insane J. C. Booth $7.80; School Superintendent V.ha Butts $60.00; W. E. Finzcr $.53: G. T. Hocktnsmith $10.00; 1 by Mrs. W. J. Kerr and her moth-' er, Mrs. Annie Brown, at their home. Quilting was done. The hos-itess was assisted bv Mrs. Wesley 'Kester and Miss Olive Johnson. Visitors were Mrs. Ernie Keltz and baby. Mrs. O. M. Allen, Mrs. Hat-lie Ruef of Independence, Mrs. Lester Haight, Miss June Allen and Mrs. Edwin Larsen. Mr. anu ivirs. blames anu iaiiiiij. Phil Merriam ot Newburg is here visiting with his family for a few days. . . . -. Wallace Sprenger is very ill at his home with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shirley and son. Merlin, Mrs. Mary Hammond and four children, all of Florence, and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Farow of Spokane and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Farow of Alberta, Canada, were weekend guests at the home of Mrs. Mary E. Duncan. Gen- $4 18' Ray Rich $14.36; Jack II. Gumm $10.50; Gottfried Gro- Fitzgerald Transfer $534.60 tjiHoo in77- I n Srlii imk man $24.00: Kellenberger $2.25; , eral Road Fund $1158.28; Jack con 00 Carl Kowitz $60.00; Lardon &!Gnllaway $8.40; Berniec Kizer, D.-H. Want Ads Bring Results Cvvrrlitlit, lJl, U. J. lUrMild. iulfM.'wCuuiiMiu, Wu Halsev u.,i. vha p T A hplrl its Lois Snrenger has Been sick regular month meeting Monday , with a cold and unable to attend pvpnins at the schooinouse. An lAchievement day committe con SAN FRANCISCO sisting of B. M. Bond. Orin W.I Trum. D. H. Sturtevant. C. H. Da-Ividson, Robert Nelson. George 'Cross, Carl Hill, and J. Alan Wick-Iham was named. George Cross !held a round table discussion on the subject of "Child Behavior." I Mrs. W. H. Robertson was hos-'tess Tuesday afternoon at the ihome of her daughter, Mrs. Donna (Cross, to the Missionary society of !the Church of Christ. Plans were imade for two special meetings to $19.50 ROUNDTRIP be held April 7 and April iu as pre-Easter prayer services. George Cross, senior class advis- or and play director, has nounced an excellent start on the class play, "Oh. Aunt Jerusha." "" r P ' ' 'j three act comedy to oe siagea Anril 1. i Miss Esther Bass of Coburg is .assisting with the household duties i at the B. M. Bond home. Mrs. Dolly Pence was a '--iness ! and pleasure visitor in Albany j Tuesday afternoon. 1 Lyman Pence is onof the latest victims of the measles. George Alford of Oregon City rame to Halsey Saturday night and PLAY SAFE- take the safest, smoothest highway in the world the road of steel rails. Ride in a big, roomy, steam-warmed coach or chair-car on any of our trains lor these low tares. Comfortable seats. No "rest stops "; cieaa washrooms are always handy. IN CHICAGO, RENOWNED FOR ITS CONTINENTAL CHARM AND L'AIGLON, remained over until Sunday eve-ring with his wife and daughter Ivho were Vfist-e with their parents 1 zwitemA WIZARD ON SKIS, Sig Buchmayr, says: "It seems to mc that after good food there's nothing like smoking a Camel to aid digestion and build up a fine fceliog of well-being." . t . 150-POUND DYNAMO! Tommy Bridges, of the World Champion Tigers, says: "Hall pluycrsliave to watch digestion. I find Camels a real aid in liclnjng digestion. They set mc right!" . i,nH KrandnVrents. Mr. and (Hfrs. CUISINE. In this famous and delightful place, known for years to connoisseurs, Camel cigarettes are a popular favorite wilh diners. "Teddy," Iff If genial host to the lively crowd you sec in the picture above, says: "We find our patrons know not only good cooking, they know good tobacco. Camels are the most popular cigarette among L'Aiglon guests." 1 Elmer E. Gormley. Mrs. Alfora returned home with her husband but Renee remained longer to as-ict u-ith the household duties as I her grandfather is confined to his ' Even in most aaravated cases Smoking Camels eases tension slim- O ' ... . . burning stops and comfort follows the SLEEP while you speed along thru the eight. You can go in a fine, improved Tourist Pullman for the fares shown above, plus a small berth charge. Soft, wide berths. Clean, spacious dressing rooms, porter service and other Pullman facilities. Resinol r"':'"r' ulates digestion and toslers a feeling of well-being! . . . Again and again, wc make tip for lost time by eating in a hurry.Digestion must meet tlicstrain. How fortunate that smoking Camels during and after meals definitely stimulates digestion and helps to ward off the effects of our hurried, nerve-wracking life by aiding and restoring Roux Shampoo Tint Gives Graying Hair a lustrous, Natural vL i Look" 1 AamiregQ. the natural (low of the digestive fluids. Todajg) the pleasure of smoking Camels is being everywhere recognised as a comforting and healthful part of the art of dining. Camels are incomparably mild. They never get on your nerves or tire your tatte. Enjoy Camels for their matchless blend of costlier tobaccos for their energizing "lift" for the welcome feeling of ucll-bchig they br,g)g you. Camels set you right! New &nm j $p.50 TRAYSERVICE a great money-aver in our coaches aodTourist Pullmans. Coffee or milk 5r, sandwiches lOr, doughnuts lOr, icecream lOr, fruit ic, etc. Also delicious full-course meals at low prices in dining cars. Southern Pacific' C. R. Nokcs, Agent Phone 37 W G O O STEEPLEJACK JOE BECK t Permanei ! HVAf-KER'S Barber and Beauty Shop Shoe shining in Connection 115 Ljon Bt Pbone 879R "Many a time my stomach tight-cns,in a high spot-but you wouldn'c know it from the hearty way I cat. I'm very careful about keeping good digestion-! smoke Camels, They help to stimulate my digestioa." Camels ate mada from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS Turkish and Domestic than any other popular brand?

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