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'.t T H E- A L BANV . D EM OCR AT - HERALD , FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1936 PAGE TWO ALBA NY,. OREGON rsTLe MrsLeon meeting to be held ankle. Mrs. Georgia and Boyer are working in the tele i nual district at Shedd. U.ATK.CQMPfMTE XKWSOt NEXItHY Leaves for Toledo Fred Hoflich. Albany realtor, left this mo'-ning on a business trip to Toledo. phone office this week. LIFE IN ALASKAN MISSION TOLD BY FARM INSTRUCTOR ' MISSIONARIES TO TALK day evening ..at 7:30. They , will Mr and Mis. Ernest Moser, fhow two reels of motion W:tures i pending a furlough at their for- taken in Africa and will fflSo cx- ;mer home 'in CoriOs, returned hibit a large collection of curios ! missionaries from W Camcroun, brought from Africa. The public j West Africa, will speak at the is cordially invited, to hear . Mr. Pirct Pi-r-vlivterian church Sun- ."nd Mj. Mosor.- ' The Ladies' Ajd of the dist church met Wednesday in Dozen Eggs Average Fourth Pound Each r mi i iini imJ.' i I'lV 'the basement of the church. Mrs. Vft;iiH(JiH(;i)A w. D. Porter, Mrs. Edd. Zimmcr-' . man, Mrs. Dorothy Mcrriam, and CU 1J C13 -M.s. Robert Archibald were in ( onedd charge. Mrs. Porter and Mrs. '" NOTICE TO CTT SUBSCRIBERS If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbough, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, ,: Phone 15 i The Albany' Democrat-Herald o Attending Convention Superintendent Rex. Putnam of Albany public schools, president of the superintendents' slate organization, and Lester A. Wilcox Twelve eggs that should be able VSTicdd Mr. and Mrs. Stanley -immerman eacn gave a reauing. . , rrPti. t,, record of somi Richard Knott, agriculturalist at the Presbyterian Mission Station at Haines, Alaska, gave an interesting description of life in the far north and answered questions at Thursday's meeting of Albany Ki-wanis club at Hotel Albany. After the meeting Knott, who has been of Lebanon schools are in Salem today to attend a meeting of the Sutchwcll of Salem visited Sun- Mrs. F. C. Kineh won the prize kind "are now display at the day . at the home of his mother, in a contest which was presented. Nor,nwcst poultry & Dairy Prod-Mrs. Nellie P. Satchwell. ' Mrs. Phillpot of Halsey is as- ucts Co. Their combined weight Frank Weber and James Jane of sisting with the house work at totals 45 'A ounces, which an aver-Creswell called on Mr. and Mrs. , the Wallace Sprenger liomcv ! ani nf almost V. nound aoicce. Typical Pcrformanca-Rcsults OA 1932 Ford V-8, diWn 69,723 miloiand with maximum cy-linipjwear of .018, skyrocketed fiuin 343 miles pet-callon of oil to 2,790 miles lsy gallon, ata 50 miles per hour, after the installation of X-90 rings organisation. ii; BIG SPRING OPENING DANCE Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Knott, left for J- A. Blankcnship Sunday. CJlen Acheson' is again stvjig Eleven of the unusual speci Moose Ball Room Fri. night. Mar 19-20 Seattle on his way back to his Mr. ana Mrs. Jonn uox went to! at uiu nancs uivk imuc. work. Salem Friday where Mr. Cox will 1 . The Nelson brothers of Salem, Tijr,.i, mii ; .ir t'ntinnfi thn nHnri inni mi. have finished reroofing the homes and Perfect Circle Expanders mens ffCye supplied rrom tne Jess HanseV-poultry farm in Corvallis, while the twelfth, which measures 6 inches by inches, was 6 inches by 9'4 inches, was Play at Oakvillc Talent of the Oakville neigh theWlC T U children's fHi-m of supeSlendents of schools , of Mrs. Annette Wilson and Edd. l,omltween Albany and CorvaU dZ D O McA?ee of Albany ' f . with -P"' ol- brought ,o Alba,2)by H. Biegel lis. It is supported by the General college lectured to the senior class . Vnrh n, Mhanv Roie;' s ' , Mrs. Dale Forbes of Albany, the borhood are presenting a play this Anyone interestQl inseeing evening entltledU 'Night Owl," a mystery comedy. Assembly of the First Presbyterian of the Shedd high school Wcdncs-church and cares for 50 native In- day morning. - dian children. The Indiantni that The Woman's Christian Temper-part of Alaska are more oriental in ance Union met with Mrs. Kinch appearance than the Indians in the on Wednesday. The snhieet was accompanied Mrs. Hazel Ingram here Tuesday to attend the Eastern Star meeting. Mrs. Forbes is past matron of the Temple Chapter of the Eastern Star of Leave for Home Mrs. Charles Haglund and display is cordially inviUu to come in at any time, said Dave Rylands, 1 local manager. O i " '- : xxtod Qhotfil GhkSJp Get NW Car Slfe Forbriwnca Witfi THE HEATHER Oregon: Inci using cloudiness tonight and Satlrday; unsettled in west portion; ciuler in west portion Saturday; increasing southerly wind off coast' - Maximum toimperature yesterday locally, 68 degrees; minimum tempeature last night, 35 degrees; river, 3.8 feet. On Spring Vacation John McPherson, a student al O.S.C., is spending the spring vacation in Albany at the home of daughter of Coos Bay, who have United States and of a lower type "A World Tour with the W. C. T. been visiting relatives in Albany of intelligence. Half - breeds and Portland the last few days, are of lower intelligence than cither the whites or tfil? Indians eft for their home yesterday. from which they descended, said Tennessee Mr. and Mi is. Mc Juniors to Meet Donald Linkel and son Gary, were The Junior Maccabees will meet Knott. Inmates are sent there through recommendations of Presbyterian ministers throughout at 2 mm. Saturday in the Knights of Pythias hall at Second and Lyon streets. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. u. McPherson. . . , Haines is 90 miles north of Ju neau, Alaska's cjjmal and largest city about 4,500 population and Attend Conference Members of the Linn county court left this morning for Eugene to attend the annual session of the state common wealth 'conference. U. The work in various parts of the world was studied. Arrangements were made for a public meeting to be held in the Methodist church, Sunday evening, March 20. Roy Miller and family have moved to Bcllfountain where he will be employed. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Arnold have returned to their home after having been away for several weeks. Mr. Arnold has been visiting with his sifter, Mrs. Andy Brown at Warrenton, and Mrs. Arnold has been with her parents near Crawfordsville. Wallace Sprenger is still ill with pneumonia, but reported improving. Mr. and Mrs. L. St. John drove to Eddyville Sunday where they visited with their daughter, Mrs. is 1,200 miles from Seattle. Haines has about 400 .inhabitant!;, one- Perfect Circle X-30 is a scientific expander-type ring, sound in engineering design. Perfect Circle X-90 stops oil pumping immediately and keeps it stopped. It restores original horsepower, top speed and gasoline economy. There's' no piston drag or over-heating with the X-90 no difficult installation problem no wear-in period. Don't you want that kind of performance in YOUR car? You can have it if you specify Perfect Circle X-90 rings on your next engine job. Drop in and see it. o J. H. ALLISON here from Upper Soda vicinity for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Evans are moving to Roaring river after a several months' stay here. R. A. Elliott and L. W. Dens-more drove to Lyons Monday on a business trip accompanied by Mrs) Densmore and daughter, Mrs. Wagy. The many friends of E. E. Munsey, a former neighbor here, are sorry that he is still bedfast at his home in Albany suffering from rheumatism. John and Ed. Douglas are preparing to set out a field of red half of whom are white. Tne only army post in Alaska is located about three miles from Haines and maintains a garrison of 300 mow. Wanted Springer cows and heifers. Also team work horses fur sale. Walter Nelson, 1st & Lyon. m2(lp Daughter Born-O Mr. aVd Mrs. Robert Sapp are the parents of an (8Vfc pound daughter born Tuesday morning at their home on Sixth and Jefferson street. Both mother and daughter are reported to be doing well. The baby has been named Lucille Golden'. The mission is located on 300 Business Visitor-Francis Kizer, well known farmer and stockman of the Rowland neighborhood in the southern part of the countyy was an Albany business visitor yesterday. acres of land, 15 of which are cul tivated. On this small tract under PARTS FOR ALL CARS 113 West First Street Albany, Ore. Phone 535-J Knotts supervision the children raise more potatoes than they can use, as well as general truck croos and the hay used in their dairJD Stanley Henry and family Enforcement of a aity ordinance that regulates pawnbrokers and dealers in second hand goods and junk with the purpose of restricting purchases of stolen goods and facilitating the tracing of stolcti articles was launched today with the printing of blanks which the ordinance provides must be furnished by the city to such dealers. The blanks will be distributed by the city police. The ordinance requires that when a dealer receives second hand goods he must fill in a blank on which is provided space for description of the article in detail, time of the transaction, price paid or amount advanced, description and name of the person selling the article to the dealer and further information identifying the goods. Articles purchased directly from manufacturers or wholesalers for resale are excepted from provisions of the ordinance. The police will file the records thus furnished for reference and use in investigations of thefts. The Albany ordinance is simil-lar to those at Eugene, Portland and other Oregon towns, according to Chief of Police Chandler. A provision requiring that those dealers who loan money on personal property be licensed as pawnbrokers will also be enforced hereafter, the police chief said. Jitney Lunclr by Women' Baptist church Lee's Drug Store Bids. Sat. beginning M' 10 o'clock a. m. . , Mar JD-20 the farming season is from May injured last raspberries on their farm here. Hoy Starnes was . I . . I IT'S EVERYONE'S FAVORITE! I to October, when heavy frosts be gin. June is the hottest month. All kinds of berries do well there but fruit trees have not been Thursday afternoon while trying : Mi', and Mrs. Will Blacklaw to train a yearling colt. r spent Sunday at the home of her Mrs. Adda ,Y. Dannen, who brother, Layton Davis, in the teaches in the Alsea school and Spicer district. Eugene Dannen who is principal : Mrs. R. A. Elliott and her of the Crawfordsville school, both daughter, Mrs. Grace Webber, spent the week-end at home. spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. In summer the days are long and the glowing season very fast. Benefit Prf gran) ! : A benefit program for the Children's Farm Home Is to be presented at the. United Presbyterian chuarh Monday evening. Mrs. Charles Childs; dramatic instructor in Albany high school, is to play a leading part. Lieutenant-Governor Manning, fUg flays Here Prof. Loren Luper announced this morning that the Lebanon high school band under the direction of Vernon Wiseaisen was giving a concert at a special assembly of the Albany high school students, at 3 o'clock today in the auditorium of the school. At I.ftM fthtlfltal E. K. Munsey of Albany underwent a tonsillectomy this morning . at the Bridgwater hospital. Mrs. E. L. Baker of Independence submitted to a minor operation at the same hospital today. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Folaad en- Marsn and miss tsiacmaw. tertained a group of neighbors Mrs. Kate Shortridge who had of McMinnville, spoke briefly on the divisional conference which is to be held at Dallas April 10 and and friends with a party in their been called here by the illness new chicken house last Saturday and death of her brother, Warren evening. Guests included Mr. and Douglas, left Saturday for her 11. Albany was urged to send a large delegation Mrs. Dinsmore from Scio. and Mr. home in San Francisco, going as Dr. Joe Gray announced tiat and Mrs. W. G. Abraham and son, far as North Bend by auto where Bustiess VWLr , John Ridders ,xf-' tkfc ruvcr neighborhood in " Bentoa county transacted business . and visited friends in Albany yeerjay afternoon. .' .;..- , . Ladies Night will be held Friday, April 3, instead of next week, as previously planned. Rex Putnam read a communica ON SALE AT YOUR GROCER'S Ask for it by name tion from headquarters of the American Legion asking that all ser Frank, from Corvallis. she visited ner Drotner, Many Mrs. Minerva Cooper of Al- Douglas and family. bany was a dinner guest at the : home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cor- J(frmn nett Thursday. , . , i ajriajrun The Galvin brothers of Cen-1 Jefferson. Mrs.' Charles Hart, tralia, Wash., have been buying Jr., entertained the Young Worn-dairy cows in this vicinity the past en's club of Jefferson, Wednesday few days afternoon at her home one mile Mr. and Mi's. J. A. BUnkenship west of town. The hostess was as-dinve to Alhnnv Silnrtav where sisteit by Mrs. Wcldon Looney. vice clubs protest to the heads of VMsMr M sla Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hodges are spending a few days in Ashland at the home of .Mrs. Hodges' brother. They are expected home this evening or tomorrow. Compulsory Service Decreed Italian Men Okkvilfc Vis Mb '.Ralph Cale and son, . Bob, and Joe Montgomery of Oakvilk were business - visitors in Albany this forenoon. 1 Oregon State college and the University of Oregon against the re X i I moval of the compulsory feature of military training. A decree Rome, March 20. thev were dinner ouests at the Mrs. Ned Stephenson and Rev. J. B. Patterson drew the at home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur daughter, Barbara, of Los Angeles was gazetted today requiring ail tendance prize given by Clyde Episcopal Guild will hold Bum-iriage Sale Sat., Albany hotel Bids. -I Mar 11-20 trtaa CrUM ' Ray Benight of the Crablre neighborhood is spending this afternoon in Albany looking after business matters. ublc-bodied men to serve a period Williamson. Olin Stalnacker was Steele. Mrs. Steele is a sister of are guests this week at the home For a Delicious Breakfast We Suggest DOUGHNUTS From otii' automatic doughnut maker. They a now i enjoyment to the morning meal. of compulsory military service. in charge of yesterday's program. Mr. Blankcnship. Mr- and Mrs. M. S. btephenson. The war ministry announced it f ord (J. Potter or Portland was . me annual scnuui imm exuue- add Froaa avavahv a business caller at the E. H. Mar- Inations are slated for March 31, at would take into consideration the of individuals linancial situation gason home Tuesday morning- .1 9 a. m. in the high school. First U0f Qanni Ttemm Par Cort(U Jcfb C. E. Dougherty of Brownsville was a busiaess viia'tiir-i Hit kVmy this forernoon, - supporters of Mrs. Harry Sprenger returned graoers, new pupns, aim any apcu- who arc the sole large families. tm Stmm Mayor: Vf. A. Ewmg uf Scio, accompinied by Mrs. Ewmg, are business visitors in Albany this afternoon. ial cases are eligible for these ex home Tuesday from Portland where she had spent several days aminations, which will be conduct- SCARPATI DIES DE MOSS BAKERY visiting at the home of her cis- ed by Dr. Douglas. Vaccination tor. Mrs. Wesley Brunson. J will be given for smallpox as well Visitor ia Aleaay , I Harry W. Bryson from Valsetz spent last night in Albany. New York. March 20.'- -Tony Mrs. HUUerl MCDOnald was a "e-uuse uumiiiiu.iuuuo ui iu-j .. n., HinH in R,,hwi..k hns Phone 137 212 W. 1st St. shopper in Albany Tuesday. old for diphtheria. Tuberculin skin . f i . . d .Dogates appointed from, the tests will ako be given to any child SlhUuI a prf'ighl Lravis Par frtfcM Miss Wilda Baldwin left this afternoon for Portland to spend the week end with relatives and special friends. ?'wa? ' f?nLI?.?"cn? 1 ? I "r:,Zrr ?' P S3 with Lou Ambers. Herkimer, N. Y, Visitors in Albany . .Mr. and Mis. H. F. Savage uf Collage Grove arrived in A'bany last evening on a business ami pleasure trip. Denver. Colo., March 20. Percy Loccy, who has been head lootball coach al Denver university since 1932, resigned today to accept a position in the administrative department at Oregon State college. Locey is a graduate of Oregon Slate. The resignation will take effect immediately and Locey plans to leave for his new job within the next two or three weeks. It was Duys sililieuc anauLiuuun iu w i o-.vv .. ... - - at Broadway arena. hold in Salem March 27-28 are to take tuberculin tests unless tney Millard Lind, Eugene Schultz, and Canl(lte Visits Jess Moss, farmer and stockman of the Lebanon community and a candidate for the nomination for sheriff on the democratic ticket bring written excuses from their parents or show that they have had the test recently. Daffodils and shamrocks formed a dainty setting for a St. Patricks Alfred Pehrsson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pugh were visitors in Albany last Sunday. Annabelle Price of Eugene is Business Visitor . Chester McCann of the Suntiiim schoo) district, a recent arrival from California, was an Albany business visitor this forenoon. spending the spring vacation with ; party Tuesday evening given by May 15 is an Albany visitor this afternoon. relatives in this vicinity Miss Doris Roland at the home ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guj Roland. Irish games and contests College students who are the spring vacation at their intimated trom official sources that all applications for the new job would be carefully considered but the general belief was that Clyde (CAC) Hubbard, assistant football and head basketball coach, would be given Locey's job. .ftANCE SATURDAY NK.0T Moose Ballroom. New anil Old resnective homes are Jean Sttch- i formed the evenings diversion Mi. WatWs Hfcotp For richer flavor and better value . . choose SCH EN LEY WHISKIES Music by Hhythmaniacs. m2uj &4st Cart attar Mam well, Virginia Dickson, Mary Prizes awarded in contests to Bur-Pugh. Victor Clav and Bill Graf, ton Thurston, Frances Weddle, Ir-;ill from Oieuon State at Corval- vin Grenz and Pearl Larson. Re- lis. freshments were served at the Here from Sulrm W. C. Brown of Salem wa among the out of town business visitors spending last night in LINN . 1ED CI OSS Mrs. Hazel Ingram, grand con- close of the evening to the Misses rluctiess of the Eastern Star, made f ranees Weddle, Geraldine Jones, Mrs. G. C. Waller has sold the Super-Curline Beauty shop in the I,)Mgcmrry Ward & Co. building on Lyon St. to J. W. Castle,, of A3KFL0OBUr0S her official visit to Willamette I Nadine Shaffer, Pearl Larson IS i hi. R M.i !!: ci i 5 !M PI 4 1 i II cliimli-r Nn: 3.1. Tucsdav evenine. I D e 1 1 a Stephenson,. Rosemary Schcnlcy Distributors, 1 nc. New York H'orvallis, who took possession of a school of instruction was held! Grenz, Shirley and Sheila Roland (Continued from Pne On?) in -the afternoon. In the even- Ida Belknap ai.J Messrs. Jim Stewart. Don Smith, Leonard Mar ing all of the work )s exempli and medical caie. A minimum ol $3,000,0011 in relict funds will be Improves Barber SlitO - The Carl Huston barber shop on First street is now ready for the spring opening with a fine new carpet placed on the floors cum, Irvin Grenz, Burto$ Thurs ton and the hostess miss Koianci. Miss Rose Green, chief operator at the local telephone office, i the place ihursday morning. The name has been changed to Castle Pioneer Permanent ttVavers and a new system of permanent slaves has been installed. This is called the New Ray permanent, produced without a machine or heater, a new chemical pad producing hent through chemical reaction within the p;al. fied. Visitors present from other chapters included Mrs. to C. Fisher, worthy matron of Barzillai chapter of Albany, Mrs. Shelton, worthy matron, nnd Frank Cochran, worthy patrons of the Brownsville lodge. Friday, March 27. was the date set for the nn- ill at her home with a severe attack of the flu. Mrs. S. A. Pease, another operator, is in Eugene tak- necessary lo pruvide care lor the Hood victims lor an indefinite period, until they can return to their homes. "Plea.e lake immediate, action to raise your chapter nuota uf $4l)ti in behalf of these dieter-striken families. We feel confident that the people of your community will I DR. CM AN LAFfc i ing treatments for an mtecteci The Castle Pcrmnint Wavers Chinese Mrtffclne Co. nave shops in corvallis nnd f-u gene nnd arc affiliated with shops PNatural re medic for Pduordpn of llvrr. in 'orlland. SPRING APPAREL stomach, gland, kln A urinary yitrm til (men and women. Sw ?on.rs -..umj.i-l, rr uilir rdiabetr withoH the i - ,ass o. :; i e uac of lt.iul.ii. lit wish to give promptly and generously." Another wire today said that Admiral Grayson will broadcast latest tlood news from the ft'Vt at 4.4;i p. in. today. The committee appointed the several chairman to supervise salutations in Linn county areas as lollows: Mrs. Robert Langmack. Sweet Hume; s. Cora Stone, .ister: Mrs. K. j. Paden, Drowns- , : ($! year In biwim-M. Naturopathic V. T. Im. N.D. The Smartest and most Fashionably dressed women today arc wearing hand knit drosses, suits and blouses. ftS Gf-a GTS THBflB I'.uy your yarns and string threads, etc., for these at Hie Specialty Shvppb ; 208 West Srcond Street POPS lJsTl ( TlONS WITH YQ$ VI R( HASEI) IU:KE r i frma) Pees o PhriU'iatui Stocks irregulaiiy lower, rails Upstair Room 1 anil V. Vrtiftian Thratcr Blrtr.; Car. Kint and easy. Bonds: Rails fti-itf. U. SfTn'v any-. ernment and Italtgnp issues strotfo) Curb gi'iicrally higher. viiit: nirs. r.veiyqjscnulz. iianis-burK; N.fllV Newport, Tangent and . OCrV. Hourai S :( m. to 5 p. m. TufJfyJ Call money "a of 1 per cent. (Sludd. nSwrifViv Ta lur. HaNcy; and Saturtlny Uiity. Dollar continues to cain. iMJs. V. W. Alton.. Mill. City; Ed. Blood Cotton irregidAly I'de.Ver. liatflier IrregtiiTii ly hiRher. 13 "if?- rcatur una u nne Mir Ktl of ,r. ...A, IS 5413 ''. ' i s, oi ui. mi s, j. fiiiiisom, Shelburn; Ki cd Kerr. Lebani n. and Duncan McKcrcher, Criw-li.idsville aiuLiii'lley. TCIiarte. Golcie Chan. N New York. M.i7vfr20.-7 f he Wd J"Gcjt Acquainted Special 1 influence .unread into security At Albany ajhiairman Is yet to markets tndav us railroad issue4,be seleied, out the executive SAa particuiarlv those of carriers opei&Dboard twcliy decided upon a uro ating in the flood zone, weakened gram ur win include placing jetq boxes in the three local banks afttt ! March 20th to April 11th incl. Our experience in permnncnt waving has qiuShlivd us to offer you fully Kuurantecd waves, complete witlVrtylnipoo, finser nil- nvu iiwa uuur 1 1 llllll and Hroadalbin stivets where do for COLDS c price Sc. 10c. 25c nations may be left, 11 is planned also to ask mill wave and haircut. , l..1uil--T-bl'tfi-hlr o NEW LOW PRICE ON SCHENIEY'S THEY BEAR THE MARK OF MERIT SCHENLEY'S islers to announce the drive from their pulpits Sunday, and to ar-:auue with the school superintend These waves ate soft, becoming, and we believe, with ent (or donations fcy children cf Piles Go Quick ' Without Salves or Cutting GOLDEN WEDDING 90 proof BOURN the local scnool orolribly next Tuesday npt ctirlshan a On the stock market rail losses extended to morr 'han a point J bring tin irrcgulQ Une to tradi.vj On the bond market rail issuesc dropped as much as Sli points. Dow Jones preliminary closing r.verages showed industrial 157.42 up .1)2. railroad 47.32 off .56. utility 31.83 off .28. Volume approximated 1.890.000 fhares compared with 2.020.000 shares yesterday. Curb salrs were 587,000 shares come?5v'd with 810.-000 shares yesteriKy) firaln Chicago, March 20. Wheat future'; dipped lo around the lowest levels this year on the board of trade today, while oats again met liquidation and sluiujicd to new seasonal lows. w ; At tin. close wheat was to tm The cain!HiiSiJ-'il! take plate Uthi) sh in tlv MAYFLOWER STRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY 90 PROOF Here's the mildest, lightest-tasting straight rye whiskey you caffbuy today. next week throughout thdskiunty Announcement of fui'tiVe-ijMan A mmca I Jsnwt btena oj siraigoi u Duties It's ALL wfiiskey... i whiskies blended V J )J will he made Juter, CTTairman Ai buthnot sii tedav for Better I aste... not toi lower price cs Oilier waves fiomyj?J0 tift?l)0, which uiclud' RAY. miiQiu'elrss. hcaterlessiTcimanent wave. O' No. ' Itching. hl"stllnR, prutroillnii ttili Br iused by m M-trrulaliun of Ihv blood In IV Iowm wtl. The parts become weak, rfabtir. and lifHeM. Only an Internal rrnv e-de can remove the cauae tliat'i whj i!vrs, auiMitnrlra anil cutlln often fail. Dr Unnhnnlt'e metllclne. IIENK(lll). nucreed became It relieve ranifefttb.n. re. aAirea clrrulullnn helpa lo heal and atrenirthrn the dUeae.d parts. IIKM-ltOIII I fL ! n,l U.lillS relief 111 HUME FIRE KILLS SIX No. 260A Ho. 2SOC MKT2.15 PINT ODC PINTI QUARrn.60 i"5a 143C Jonesboro. Ark.. March 20. Six persons were burned to death in ' AVAILABLE IN OREGONU- Castle Permanent Wave Shop a plantation home fire near here today. The dead are Edgar Meek i.h. f I'll sufferer. It win v tKineentMowei-, oats were down U -to 30. his wife and two snvwl children; his father-ih-law (6 bro Formerly (he S.uper Citjue rhonr 14 For Your Appointments ' For delightful Dujnmnet o'ckt.J $2.00 ( 18',t QuF!hol by volume) and Mjnh.itt.ins. AScficnley importT No.40A 10i l.yon SI. thel -in-law. Meek s mothrin-law same for oo or monej bark. Kosha, "i cent, com was to 4 cent Mason. Inc., and dnwiUla enrwhert sell 1 lower and rye n to 1 cent a bush-HEM-BOID itli this (iiarantec idr, I el lower. escaped.