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THE arORVIXG OREGOXIAJT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3,1, 1015.
COLD BY GIVING
SYRUP OF FIGS
BREAK A CHILD'S
CDVAL (SUMD KITH
SpecEaD MMMS Sib
reparations axe rapidly pro-
Pressing for the concert to be
given for the benefit of St. Helen's
' Hall rebuilding fund, Wednesday night,
:. April T. at the Lincoln High School
M J. N'. Teal has charge of the
'. kb.. in, l assisted by the distin
i fruished list of. patronesses, is making
: excellent progress toward realisation
of a substantial sura for the building
An unusually interesting programme
will be given Dy mree ol m -"-j
leading musicians. ...
Among the patronesses interested in
- this benefit are: Aire. vtimam v.. ,
vrH Mm. famuel Adair. Mrs. w. A.
' M. Breck. Miss Ewald, Miss Henrietta
R. Falling. Miss Henrietta rf. rajung.
Miss Jocelyn Foulkea, Miss .lla turscn,
Miu Hammond. Mrs. R. W. Hastings,
im wiiiium Henderson. Mrs. C. s.
Jackson. Mrs. H. F. Kendall. Mm. F.
l- M.lna Sirs. A. A. Morrison. Mrs.
m -i Rampv Mrs. B. T. Schermertiorn,
Mrs. H. R. Talbot. Mrs. J. N. Teal. Mrs
Thatcher. Mrs. H. B. 'xorrey,
Mrs. J. B. Waldo. Mrs. W. D. Wheel
wright and Mrs. C. E. S. wood.
Miss Marie Callsta Metschan, grand-
daughter of Phil Metschan, of the 1m
n.H.i Tint.l tni married Monday af-
trnnti to Henrv Detlaf Eismann, of
Orants Pass. Or., Rev C. E. Cline of
ficiating The ceremony was simple
.n,i wa. held at the home of Rev Mr.
r-iin wh m an old friend of the
Mrs. Adeline M. Alvord Is coaching
ik children who are rehearsing for
the nroduction of the "Midsummer
Night's Dream." which will be given
April 9. under the auspices of a num
ber of members of the Portland Shake
apeare Study Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Norris R. Wentworth,
of Bay City. Mich, who have been
visiting relatives In this city for sev
eral weeks, will return to their home
During their visit here Mr. and Mrs.
Wentworth have been delightfully en
tertained, practically each day mark
ing some informal social function in
The G. N. C. B. Girls will give an
"April Fool" dancing party tomorrow
night at the Cotillion Hall.
! Plans are being formulated for the
benefit play. "The Parish Priest." which
will be presented in the Columbus Club
auditorium Tuesday and Wednesday
nights, April S and 7.
The play Is under the direction of
Joseph M. Meyer, who will also ap
pear as the "Parish Priest." Those
assisting Mr. Meyer are: Adrian Ward.
Frank Hart. George Carroll. Percy
Long and Misses Margaret Smith,
Kitty Martin, Kathryn Smith and Ruth
The Inter-Hi Glee committee, former
ly the Interschool "Hop." announces
Its Easter party for April 9 at the
' Multnomah Hotel.
This will be the first big high school
post-Lenten dance and it is being
eagerly anticipated by the younger set.
New features will be introduced dur
ing the supper hour. The committee
members are: Misses Virginia Brown,
Marion Hoban. Corrine Kellogg. Bertha
Vandcrmeer. Helen Bracht. Marguerite
Wychoff. Edna Holcomb. Lucile Dud
Icy and Alan Brandes and James
Cameron. Roland Manary. Eugene
Belland. Lee Waldron. Layman Bonney,
.lay Fox, Carl Caeser and Cameron
Belland. The patronesses are Mrs. H.
T. Adams, Mrs. Frank Williams and
Mrs. P. J. Belland.
; Miss Bertha McCarthy was hostess
in the Rit and Snur Club Sunday at
her home in Riverdale. The party left
the Portland Riding Academy at 7:30
A. M.. going out Terwilliger boulevard
to the Slavln roid, across roads to Riv-.
crdale. arriving at Miss McCarthy's
home about 10 o'clock, where a deli
cious breakfast was served. After
resting an hour or so, the party started
on their cross-country run, leaving the
While House road via Palatine Hill, re
turning via Garden Home. Those en
joying Miss McCarthy's hospitality were
Nell Dorney. Rose Harrington. Florence
Murphy. Cclinda Heaton. Gracie Stan
ton. Florence Pay, Edith Reynolds and
Bertha McCarthy. George Ironsides
acted as escort.
. "The Midsummer Night's Dream."
which is to be presented by Portland
talent ore April i. Is especially remark
able for its beauty as a composition.
The theme is treated with wonderful
kill in maintaining the ethereal at
mosphere that pervades this fairy play.
In structure, in diction, in characteriza
tion and poetry it is faultless.
Miss Katherine Kern has arranged
the finest selections of fairy ballet
music loto tne orcnesirai svmpnonj.
Mrs. Philip Feldman and daughter,
Elife. will leave Sunday for an ex
tended triD through the Eastern and
Southern cities, returning by way of
Memphis. Tenn., Los Angeles and San
Dr. and Mrs. William Wallace lours
ton and family will leave on Sunday
night for California, where they will
visit the fairs in San Diego and San
Francisco and will remain for a fort
night. Mrs. John M. Hickson (Edith Sheehy)
! convalescing at Good Samaritan Hos
pital after an operation performed last
Pr. and Mrs. M. Fried have returned
borne from Newport, Or.
An entoyable affair of the past week
was a dancing party given Saturday
evening by Miss Manda Michael at her
home on East Eleventh street. Anions
those present were Miss Katzle Steph
ens. Miss Vcrna Carnathan. Miss Vivian
liar man. Miss Constance Gilman. Miss
Beulah Garman, Miss Grace Michael,
Charles Osborn. Harry Cherry, Ray
Carnathan. Fred Lathrop. W. Doyle,
Frank Kice and William Fink. '
A conclave of Oregon Commandery
. No. 1. Knights Templars, will be held
in Masonic Temple on April 4. On
Faster Sunday evening Rev. John H.
Eold. of the First Presbyterian Church
will conduct divine service for the
Knights Templars, giving a lecture.
George Wright Relief Corps will give
. a 500 party this afternoon at the Court
house, fifth floor, at 3 o'clock,
Miss Renee du Pont, of Wilmington.
Del., arrived yesterday to be the house
guest of Miss Ailsa MacMastcr. Miss
MacMa.oter will entertain informally
vhls afternoon with a tea party, to
which she has asked a number of the
younger girls honoring Miss du Pont.
A number of larger and equally charm
ing affairs will be given soon for the
Mrs. Dora Willis, chairman of the
committee for the informal dancing
party to be given by Marguerite Camp
teani. Royal Neighbors of America, at
Woodmen Temple, reports all arrange
ments have been completed and that
no eUort wiU be spared to. maio. tils;
i CLEVER LITTLE DANSEUSE WHO
AT PERFORMANCE OF "MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM.'
r: ft - t . - j;
rA . -
dance one of the most successful of
Mrs. J. S. Dunbar. 16 East Ninth
street, will entertain the women of St
Francis and other parishes Friday,
April 9, at 2 o'clock. Auction bridge
and "300" will be the diversions of the
Because the funeral of Mrs. David
Levy's mother will be held at 2 o'clock
In the Elks' lodge rooms tnis aiter
noon. the Elks Women's BOO Club meet
ing has been postponed.
WHl you kindly tell tile value of napsafraa
or svrnp and sulphur to th system in the
Spring? Will they clear the complexion?
The value is much like many of the
X famous spring waters largely
psychic. Sassafras tea has been used
as a home remedy for generations, and
there can be no particular objection
raised to it; but it lacks any special
haneficiai action, and its value is in
direct nroDortion to the amount of
Sulphur is a mild laxative and seems
to serve a useful purpose in the body,
inasmuch as there is about .22 of a
nound of this mineral in the adult
bodv. Books on materia medica say
that sulphur has a beneficial effect on
the skin when taken internally. No
doubt this action is largely due to
clearing the intestinal canal of poisons
and reducing fermentation.
Thi Question makes the writer re
call the childhood days when a mix-
tue of sulphur and molasses was the
usual thing nightly for a week or so
in the Spring. Answeringi from tnat
experience I might say that sulphur
and svruD mar have some beneficial
action in clearing the complexion, but
it certainly does not improve the dis
position of the small boy.
Acids and Rheumatism.
When the secretions of the body have be
come of an acid nature, and rheumatism has
developed, can the condition he entirely
overcome by aaneringr to a strict aiei t n w,
what foods should be avoided and what
would be Dartlcuiarly beneficial? B. & JB.
No secretion of the body becomes
acid except those that are normally
acid. The blood never . becomes acid
unless it be just befdre death. How
ever, its alkalinity may be reduced
greatly by an over-abundance of waste
and dietetic errors. Probably the most
frequently mentioned acid in connec
tion with the tissue changes in the
bodv is uric acid, but uric acid. -as
such, does not circulate in the blood,
nor Is it found in the tissues. But the
salts that are the antecedents of this
acid may be abundant in the fluids of
the body, and may even be deposited
in various tissues and cause irritations,
especially about the joints. Also these
antecedents of uric acid may give rise
to various pains and other body dis
turbances. Today, however, we know
that the inflammations about joints,
commonly called rheumatism, is 'not
due to acid secretions, but to invading
Muscular pains and nerve pains and
various and sundry pains in the body,
due to intoxication, from over-eating
or from too much proteid. can be
largely corrected by attention to diet
and exercise. Abundance of fruits and
fresh vegetables, together with a rea
sonable amount of starch foods, will
overcome this condition best.
E Social Service Club, of Oak
Grove and vicinity, together with
the Council of Milwaukie have set Sat
urday as "clean-up'' day for the com
munity. It is desired that all citizens
living in the district between Milwau
kie and Jennings Lodge co-operate
with the club and Council in making
the day a success. If the plans of those
heading the movement are carried out
the "yards, gardens and streets of the
localities mentioned will be as spick
and span as possible.
The first branch of the Lavendar
Club will meet on Friday afternoon at
2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Maude
Burley, Wellesley Court.
f ellwood, Parect-Icachcr Association
WILL ATTEND QUEEN TITANIA
will hold a silver tea this afternoon
in the Sellwood Young Men's Christian
Association building. The tea is one
of a series that will be given in this
city in the immediate future for the
benefit of the Oregon Congress of
Mothers' entertainment fund. The wo
men of the congress and parent-teacher
organizations will entertain the Na
tional Congress of Mothers' and Parent
Teacher Associations at a convention
to be held here in May and it is for the
fund to be used in dispensing hospitali
ties that the teas will be held. For
today's function. Mrs. Fred J. Meindl is
chairman and she will be assisted by
the president, Mrs. T. J. Elkins, and
Mrs. Nellie Church. H. O. Field, Mrs.
Boone Cason, Mrs. Price and several
others. Mrs. E. E. Compton and airs.
J. J. Tracy will preside at the tea
table and they win do assisted Dy
number of attractive young matrons
The Portland Chamber of Commerce
will bo asked by the school beautifying
committee, of which Mrs. J. C. Elliott
King is chairman, to appoint an educa
tional committee which shall have a
general interest in all school affairs.
"Such a committee- is working in some
of the other cities thathave big civic
bodies and we would like the move
ment inaugurated here," said Mrs. King.
The school beautifying committee met
on Monday afternoon in the Library.
The monthly literary meeting of the
Florence Meade Mission Circle of the
First Universalist Church will be held
Thursday at 2:30 o clock at the resi
dence of Mrs. E. M. Rasmussen, 277 Peer.
less Place, Laurelhurst (take cars to
Thirty-third street). The topic of the
dav will be "The Child at Home." and
the paper will be given by Mrs. Elli
McLean. The hostesses of the day will
be Mrs. Agnes Salisbury and Mrs. E. M.
Rasmussen. Arrangements will be per.
fected at this meeting for the Easter
sale and supper conducted by this or
ganization. Anyone will be welcome.
Eliot School Parent-Teacher Associa
tion will meet on Friday afternoon at 3
o'clock. All members are requested to
Portland Central Women's Christian
Temperance Union will meet this aft
ernoon at 2 oclock n the headquar
ters. 171 Eleventh street, near. Mor
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the First Congregational Church will
hold its Easter thank-offering meeting
this afternoon in the church parlors.
Miss Henrietta Brewer, of Oakland,
Cal.. secretary of the Pacific board,
will give an address. Music will be
rendered by several well-known artists.
OBODY evert called him anything
Matthew was a little colored boy.
who, as near as it is possible nowa
days, had "jest growed " without hav
ing any particular home or anybody
to especially care for him. That was
one reason why Matthew always made
friends with the animals and why all
the cats and dogs and horses and mules
which knew him liked him. Matthew
could do pretty nearly anything that
he wanted to with the animals. Al
though the old gray mule that Farmer
Johnson owned had very ticklish hind
feet that delighted to kick at every
body who came within reach, Matthew
could crawl around his leg3 without
the mule's offering to move.
And the pony that the Wilson chil
dren drove would stand as quiet as a
mouse while Matthew was at bis head.
and the doctor's horse, that sometimes
grabbed at people with his mouth,
would rub his nome on Matthew's
sleeve as much as to say, "No matter
about the other people. I like you."
But the animals couldn t do mucn
toward furnishing Matthew with a bed
or with food to eat or clothes to wear,
and even for a pickaninny Matthew
bad a pretty hard time.
"I guess I done gwine to starve if I
bangs around hyar much longer," he
said to himself. "I .specs dat I wouldn't
be no wuss off ef 1 went sumwar else
an tried starvin thar. onder in
which direcshun Is de easies road?"
Matthew had never been away from
the village and knew as little about
what lay over the hill in one direction
as he did what was beyond the bridge
in the other, and ha .turned, Iron one.
Cleanses the Little Liver and
Bowels and They Get Well
When your child suffers from a cold
don't wait; give the little stomach,
liver and bowels a gentler thorough
cleansing at once. When cross, peevish,
listless, pale, doesn't sleep, eat or act
naturally; if breath la bad, stomacn
sour, eive a teaspoonful of Cantor.
nla Syrup of Figs," and In a few hours
all the clogged-up, constipated waste,
sour bile and undigested food will
gently move out of the bowels, and
vou have a well, playful child again.
If your child coughs, snuffles and has
caught cold or is leverisn or nas a
sore throat give a good aose oi tan
fornla Syrup of Figs" to evacuate tn
bowels, no difference what other treat
ment is given.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
take this harmless "fruit laxative.
Millions of mothers keep it handy be
cause they know its action on the
stomach, liver and bowels Is prompt
and sure. They also know a little
given today saves a sick child tomor
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tie of "California Syrup of Figs." which
contains directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown-ups plainly
on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits
sold here. Get the genuine, made by
"California Fig Syrup Company." Adv.
The New Home Treatment
for Ugly, Hairy Growths
Here is a simple, yet very effective
method for removing hair and fuzz
from the face, neck and arms: Cover
the objectionable hairs with a paste
ade by mixing some water with a lit
tie powdered delatone. Leave this on
for 2 or 3 minutes, then rub oil, wasn
the skin and the hairs have vanished
No pain or inconvenience attends this
treatment, but results win oo certain
if you are sure to get real delatone.
to the other, wondering wnicn was
the better way to start.
I reckon." he said, "dat lis aown
hill de odder side of dat rise, but Ise
done got to climb de rise fust. An' it's
down hill startin' odder way, an' dat
looks de bes' fer me.
Matthew sleDt that nignt oy tn
side of a haycock. If it rained he
could crawl under; it It stayed fair, it
was just as good as any place, ana
the handful of hay that he pulled out
made a pretty good pillow.
The sun woke nim tne nexi morn
insr bright and early, and Matthew
rubbed his eyes for a minute before
he remembered that he had gone to
sleep planning to start out Into the
world the next morning, ana nere n
was time to be moving.
He trudged along as manfully as he
knew how. "Shu some breakfast would
taste good," he said, as he came within
sight of a farmhouse and headed for
the door. He had scarcely turned into
the srate. however, when "Bow-wow
wow" barked a dog that came running
toward him. Matthew did not stop. He
walked along as the dog came to meet
While he was still a little way on.
Matthew noticed that the dog limped,
and when he got up to him. he said
'Sumpin' in yet foot?' and as ne saw
It the dog wagged his tail as if to say.
Yes." and Matthew immediately Knell
down, and picking up the dogs paw,
began examining it. He found a sharp
thorn which naa siuck lnio me ton
cushiony part of the dog's Toot, ana
must have hurt him badly, and when
Matthew nulled it out the dog wagged
hi3 tail again and started walking
toward the house, as if inviting Mat
thew to follow him. When they got up
to the house a kind-faced woman came
out to the door, and Matthew showed
her the thorn which he had pulled from
the dog's foot, and the dog wagged
his tail all the time Mattnew wasien
ng about it.
To Dav Matthew for his Kindness 10
the dosr she told him to come into ine
kitchen and she would give him some
breakfast. And after breakfast Mat
thew said, "I done want to pay you,
Missv for what I et, so ef thar is any
Jobs what yer thinks I can do jes' tell
em to me.
For the most of the forenoon ne did
the little things she told him to do.
and then she said. "I guess that will
dov for a luncheon as well as a break
fast." and she cave him a plate well
heaped with food, and he sat on the
kitchen step and ate more than he
could ever remember to have eaten
His luncheon finished, he started on
his way. and the dog. wagging his tail,
ran along beside him until he reached
the gate. "To' all better go back now.'.'
safd Matthew to the dog, "'cause I'se
gwine a long ways, an' T may come
back bv anudder road. But the do
stood by the gate and watched him
until he was cut oft by a turn in the
road, and In his dog mind he wondered
if he would ever see the little black
Y. M. C. A. HOST APRIL 9
ig Programme Is Being Prepared
for "Open House" Day.
Men of the four dormitory floors of
the Y. M. C. A. are planning for an
"onen house" programme on the night
of April 9 to which their women friends
will be mvitea. ma.cn noor nas com
mitted the work to a committee and
joint conferences are being held in
nrenaration for the entertainment.
Every room In tne aormnory win oe
nened for the inspection oi me visi
tors and the men are devising novel
methods of decorating their quarters.
An interesting programme will be given
in the auditorium and tne gymnasium.
Members of the association, the Young
Women's Christian Association and
others are invited. . Twelve hundred
guests are expected.
Keep Your Lungs Stran
This advice is doubly important with
the knowledge that every three minutes
some one in the United States succumbs
to consumption and many refuse to
realize they are afflicted until it is too lite.
It is after colds or sickness, from over
work, confining duties or when general
weakness exists that tubercular eerma
thrive because , the resistive powers of
the body are weakened.
Only with fresh air, sunshine and
abundant rich blood can one hope to
arrest their progress, and the concen
trated lata in oeoct s Jimmsion rornisn
fuel for rich blood, and its rare nourish
ment helps strengthen the lungs while
it builds up the forces.
If you work indoors, tire easily, feel
languid or run-down Scott's Bmnlsion is
the most strengthening food-medicine
known and is free from alcohol or stupe
fying drugs. Avoid substitutes.
- llStor to
LECTURE TO BE TONIGHT
LABGE2 CROWD EXPECTED TO HEAR
MARY AXTI3T SPEAK.
Doors of 'White Temple to Be Opened
Early Interest Indicated by De
mand for Books at Library.
The lecture by Mary Antin will be
given tonight In the White Temple,
Twelfth and Taylor streets. The ap
pearance of this remarkable woman has
aroused so much Interest that a large
attendance is expected, and to avoid a
rush at the last moment the doors will
be opened at 7:30 o'clocU. The lecture
will begin promptlyat 8:15 o'clock.
Mary Antln's books have been In in
creased demand at the libraries ever
since the announcement was made that
she was to sneak in this city. All
classes of society . are Interested in
what the woman has accomplished and
what she will have to say about immi
gration. Her admirers know neither
creed nor caste. In his address yester
day at the Baker Theater Bishop Sum
ner made mention or "The Promised
Land" and its influence.
Mrs. Julius Louisson is chairman or
the committee of the Council of Jew
ish Women, who have the lecture in
charge. The Council of Jewish women
conducts the Neighborhood House in
Portland, and In this settlement work
the women have come in close touch
with the immigrants and their prob
lems, and to give the public an oppor
tunity to know what is facing this
country with the arrival of the immi
grant the council arranged for Mary
Canncry Officers Speak.
President H. E. Davis. M. O. Nelson
and Manager James Sterling, of the
Gresham Fruit Growers' Association,
were the speakers at a public meeting
Saturday night in the Powell Valley
Schoojhouse, under the auspices of the
Parent-Teacher Association. Mr. Davis
spoke on what fruits and berries
should be grown for the cannery. Mr.
Nelson, a director, pointed out the need
MAKE YOUR OWN HAIR
This Home-Made Mixture' Darkens
Gray Hair and Makes It Soft
To a half pint of water add:
Bay Rum 1 oz.
Barbo Compound a small box
Glycerine '4 oz.
These are all simple ingredients tnat
you can buy from any druggist at very
little cost, and mix them yourself. Ap
ply to the scalp once a day for two
weeks, then once every other week
until all the mixture is used. A half
oint should be enough to rid the head
of dandruff and kill the dandruff
germs. It stops the hair from falling
out, relieves itching and scalp diseases.
Although it is not a dye, it acts
upon the hair roots and will darken
streaked, faded, gray hair in tensor
fifteen days. It promotes the growth
of the hair and makes harsh hair soft
and glossy- Adv.
We have a large selection
of Art Goods and will be
glad to advise you relative
to home decorations.
F. A. Taylor Co.
130 Tenth Street
coffee should be
in every home
in the Pacific
ably the best 40c
coffee on the
Club, we will -sell it
For One Month Only
At These Special Prices
Regularly 40c uOv
3-lb. Tins (f1 flf) 5-lb. Tins d1 CQ
Reg. $1.10 tplVV Reg. $1.75 tl
Order Royal Club from your grocer today
f O S The "Rojj
JLang Q CO. House, P
of co-operation to make the cannery a
success, and said the cannery would
provide a market close to home for
Powell Valley farmers. Mr. Sterling
explained the finances of the associa
tion. The general siih.icct whs. "Rela-
Makes Stubborn Coughs
Vanish in a Hurry
Snrprtslmg-ly Good Cough Sjrmp
Easily aad Ckeaply
Made at Home a
If some ono in your family has an ob
stinate cough or a bad throat or chest
cold that has been hanging on and refuses
to yield to treatment, get from any drug
store 2 ounces of Pinex and make it
into a pint of cough syrup, and watch
that cough vanish.
Pour the 2 ounces of Tiner (50
cents worth) into a pint bottle and 'fill
the bottle with plain granulated sugar
syrup. The total cost is about 64 cents,
and gives you a full pint a family
supply of a most effective remedy, at a
saving of $2. A day's use will usually
overcome a hard cough. Easily prepared
in 5 minutes full directions with Pinex.
Keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste.
Children like it.
. It's really remarkable how promptly
and easily it loosens the dry, hoarse or
tight cough and heals the inflamed mem
branes in a painful cough. It also stops
the formation of phlegm in the throat
and bronchial tubes, thus ending the per
sistent loose cough. A splendid remedy
for bronchitis, winter coughs, bronchial
asthma and whooping cougn.
Pinex is a special and hiirhlv concen
trated compound of genuine Norway pine
extract, rich in guaiacol, which is 10
neaiing to tne memDranes.
Avoid disappointment bv asking your
druggist for "2 ounces of Pinex." and
do not accept anything else. A guarantee
of absolute satisfaction goes with this
preparation or money promptly refunded
xu x i iie jl x b. waync, mo
IN ALL OUR
There Is Hardly A Woman
Who Does Not Rely Upon
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
Frinceton.IU. "I had inflammation,
hard headaches in the back of my neck
and a weakness all
caused by femala
trouble, and I took
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound with such ex
cellent results that I
am now feeling fine.
I recommend the
' it to all. I shall be
glad to have you
publish my letter.
There is scarcely a neighbor around ma
who does not use your medicine. " Mrs.
J. F. Johnson, R. No. 4, Box 30, Prince
Experience of a Nurse.
PoIand,N. Y. "In my experience as a
Burse I certainly think Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound is a great
medicine. I wish all women with fe
male troubles would take it. I took it
when passing through the Change of
Life with great results and I always re
commend the Compound to all my pa
tients if I know of their condition in
time. I will gladly do all I can to help
others to know of this great medicine. "
Mrs, Horace Newman, Poland, Her
kimer Co., N. Y.
If you are ill do not drag along until
an operation Is necessary, but at once
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
If you -want special advice write
Lydia K. Pinkliam Medicine Co.
(confidential) Lynn. Mass.
v m i
tions of the Powell Valley to the Co
operative Cannery at Gresham." Rev.
Jonas Johnson, president of the
Parent-Teacher Association, presided.
Mnnv h'oitipii were present.
74 YEARS OLD
Expected to Resign on Account
of Feebleness Gained
Strength and Twenty-four
Pounds by Taking Vinol.
Corinth, Miss. "I am a city tax col
lector and sevcnly-four years of aff.
1 was in a weak, run-down condition so
that I became exhausted by every littl
exertion. My druggist told me about
Vinol, and I decided to take It. In a
week I noticed considerable Improve
ment; I continued Its use and now I
have sained twenty pounds In welcht
and feel much stronger. I consider
Vinol a fine tonio to create strength (or
old people." J. A. Price. Corinth, Miss.
As one prows old their o ruins art
more slowly and less effectually than
in youth, circulation la poor. the. blood
frets thin, the appetite poor and diges
tion weak. Vinol. our delirious cod liver
and iron tonic. Is the ideal strengthen,
cr and body builder for old folks be
cause it creates a Rood healthy appe
tite, strengthens digestion, enriches tha
blood, improves circulation and In this
natural manner builds up. Mrengthens
and invigorates feeble, run-down, nerv
ous and aged people, and If It does not
do all we say. we will pay back your
money. The Owl rrug Co., TortUnd,
Or., and at leading drug btorcs every
MRS, 00 THIS
When the Children Cough, Rub
Musterole on Throats
No telling how soon the ymptom
may develop into croup, or worse. And
then's when you'ro glad you have i Jr
of MUSTEROLT5 at hand to glva
prompt, sure relief. It does not blister.
As first aid and a certain remedy
there's nothing like MUSTEROl.K.
Thousands of mothers know it. You
should keep a Jar In the house.
It Is the remedy for adults, too. T!e
lieves Sore. Throat, Bronchitis, Tonslll
tls, Croup, Stiff Nock. Asthma. Neural
gia, Headache. Congestion. Pleurisy.
Rheumatism. Lumbago, Kains and
Aches of Back or Joint. Sprains, forn
Muscles, Chilblains, Fronted Feet and
Colds of the Chest (it often prevents
At your druggist's. In iSc and M)o
Jars, and a special large hospital slse
Be sure yon get the genuine MCS
TKFIOLU. Refuse Imitations get what
you ssk for. The Musterole Compiny,
I SKIN OF BtlUTY IS JOT F0rVF
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
aai Skin L
nd every blrmivh
on beauty. d de
fire drteetioa. It
bu Brood the tent of
66 year il
harmlPM we Utt
it to be mre it is
properly made. Ac
crpt no counterfeit
or mraiiar name.
IT. J. A. Seyre Mid toft ladrof the hauttoa.
(a patient): "As vou Indira will uae then. I re
commend 'Caeraotf'tCnMai' a the Iraat harm fill
of all the akin preparation-" At drugit
and Department Mores.
fU. ballot & ft.rnpL.37 wTUt Jiom
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