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TIIE MORN'IXG OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, DECE3IBER 10, 1D15.
staad acalnat Mr. Schneider, driver of
Testimony aaa Introduced to sr.ow
that usf McKar. ho Ir.rl hla death,
had been ordered out of th rtt whr
car ftt repaired tr officials short!
b'ar lit aTli-nt. The cao probob!
11 to to th jury about dood today
Vondcrful Growth of Indus
try in Few Years Pointed
To as Near-Miracle.
RAILROAD'S EFFORT SHOWN
Advice on How to Run Auto
Is Given by State.
raaaBble. Hiaae rmt Oaaf Wits M-
Tas. I lata Itaata" la Keep
ut af TmM.
Addia Ilea net I IWalla lira t.ai
1m (aatpalsn I Ynir A(o Itfi
iJfk f I nllia.ia-m Aroaaa-al
Marvrl at IZa-aalta.
it rftwrr iirxjtiTT
T! tx-W. K. V. ora khow was
oaued yee'erday morale la tie taraj
maia floor ttn ef the ar raTin
at inf'a sad A'.d-r street,
datura l aaa epaned la ta moraia. It
remained for Orior With rrorabo !
fIara It epaa la I -.a pub'u- at I P. M
befor a larse crowd. Tae iinof
aa ftiriloi In fcla remarBa. flat only
anmpfimafieary fa er.a ri'4f oefwriaia
lit 9rntri4 trim eahibi'a trvaaee
f "am Walla Wei.', where thr were
aJiasLaeea) laat aaaa. fe'll a to the frea-
arta af arras. a fomiRf celebrated a
a rof etare
t'arhapa man In th Nortbi
baa taft'rd mra aaai.t-inija:? for tb
Bpb'iiMisaT af fa -m laliatrfea sad to
bf eTn-ne of farm condition tbai
t;varnor Wt'dVamSa. and. la bo r
tnarke.i. It a. a matter af arrest
yiaaaur f.ar tuna to ara much aa array
a' aa rood Cora aa can to rld aav
ra oa earth ea diaptar la I'orttaod.
It la a?-rroprtate that trio corn show
NiiiM be bar lut at I Ma lima. Ji(
aroa from tbo rora aK( la th Yaoa
ktamaal. t&e poultry aha la hold:"
trari. aad out at 6a storbrard tba
attio ftor la "oa." Tbo turea ladoa-
tMea tu f'at'ira.t ara ao tntrovn
aitb t.ia lit of ta liriMr tbal they
r. or oucbt t ba, loaari) after by
ovary man who till., tbo oil. a by
ovary maa vfia aata oRO'isra load to
anaae a dcat-ti4 cardaa retro.
aaha of I: ablatio Aaaaelaaa.
TVB I aat lnl tbo Kallinc build
lit? aaatarday I ar a a aatnunjad at tb
a!t mnt lrr.man.alty of tho aa.blb!t
1 att.nd-d ta lir.t tha of tba kind
tITaa by tba O..W. I., aa N'. paopl t
yaara aaT'X aad anolbar taat yoar. aad
to aaa tba croaraa mada la alanoat uo-
k-l'aaabla. I rammbr. alao. WHao tbo
railroad camaaaf bacaa rvanlac tbair
Cora and pta drnoatrata tralna far
yara ao. artl-uiar!y do I ramatnbor
our Ntan t" at .North tak!ma. W baa
Ir W irbycomba. soar our ioartor.
tal'aad llaaat.k. !. Llaaty oatotlad
tbo p'M. and rarmr imtth bald forttt
oa cra aad offrd to .o ar a am
plo aarka of . hoar aaall do I ro
ramMr boar tukaararra tho paoplo vara.
Att.1 aot o!y thara. but earyharo.
That aar ti.oro aa ttttto cars
(own la laklma C"mty parbao
acraa wara pUatr-t Tbla aar tba ylald
aaaa a'rO.a-ca buabala aM froca that
aahwrlt aaaa cut for tha alloa. I do sol
know hoar many of tha-ao tbcro aro lo
fat cuniy. but ta tbo atata tbaro ara
l.ar many vara tbaro foar Jaara
co? ray a ba:f aia.
pa c toy aaaa I l.iaa Xlaaralaaa.
I a-n not alnattio tha Yakima ou.f
ty oat tbroueh any diacourtaay to
at'a Walla or Whitman or rranklla
ar any of tbo othar W aartlnatoa cun
tiaa. but In Taklma tho fiald a.md
ao BBproraiaiBaT tnr yaaro u that tho
ajraat baunila of tho buaiaaaa baa baoo
a'-rvoal aa a tairaclo.
la Oracon tba raautta hao baon
rartk-ally tho aorra. only on a amatlar
B'-a'a ao far aa tla B.-tlittaa of tbo
a.-W. R V N. m'-K for tho company only
holda ahoaaa In tho tarrltry traaoraad
tr Ita Haaa. If wo cout.1 tall tho atory
af fa caantlaa aaat of tho l'aacalra o
uH pravllally duticata tha atory of
tha taalraa 'aCay. It aouM bo m!ihty
tntaraattnar If aaa a tha ara plaatad
and taa aW In tbo l a!af '
tiaa. f knoar that la "mo of ISam.
tartiaiarly Jackaoa. I-ouarlaa and
l I.nma tharo haa baaa a atondarful
-ianta-nant In tha araa plaotod aad
tia t'ialty and lM
la fact, aao ara Juat baarmnlnar to rat
f m prfipay aaad I i r thia aactioa atad
.. laaralear hoar t plant and rultl
aat. Far In a o ara sraatlr Indabaad
1- I'tnnar rmiTV tha aruuHorv.l of
lia O.W. R. k V. and tnroucn biro 10
tho rameanf. f4(na atart:nax tha earn
fa a thay haaa ai!!rlbud arn yT
aad corn, a. rt mat.d and proaad. fr.a
avary aDEt'ant. onouch to plaat
aa aro. Aa-Ia from Ilia Mr. fmtta
kaa on hla booaa ild f-r aalo about
tio lona of aa naarly prf . t aaad rora
aa can bo a4-ad at t"ia propor
prara Ada from tuta b baa t toaa
f ar fra al!atr;butiia.
aVaoaaaao Aro (anlaaa.
Mr fmith aaaa tha ana. a troublo fca
lia aitN ouid-ra earn ifaaata la that
tit.r aill not f"Uoar rtira. tiona for t r
parinar tba aroun.l, planting and cul'l
atmat Thay taka tha fra- aaad all
Tiajbt. hnt far oa many of thacn thata
aftar f.illaar t.ir ooa tarai all. aa
to tho datailo of ):( and cultivate
II aaaild bo nn?tr to mntloa tha
Bhaar aitaa'tt aaylnaT aamatala about
It aatal aabihil of tna tiuajrio a rull
l'on:oatr. of Wall. Walla. Tha aa
anctna and loo rara. ma 4 larcaty of
nd ldn with rora aad rot oaU.ka
Tho IJ aara trial tok (ha priao at
Wa.la Walla ara on aliapUy oa tbo
) it'l-alfaal Blda. With tbam la a
otnar aar. ojhii-h tha rar bad not
Bfti-a. aabu-n 'a 'n r fritn aaya la
tha bat aar f corn bo aaar a aar and
ha haa ban an aapart la t.ia car
kuataaao far S'k a vara.
I aakd Mr. rmith what ho thouxht
of ta aaaraara flail and tha aiarad
a i!)tr of tha Mi corn la iaaa aad
Waahtaartoo and aahat bo aa4 lo aao la
Viw a. Miaourt and othar alaiaa In tha
"rora bait." Ha rarltad that bo tboaatbt
aaa raiaoat hat tar rara hara on tho aa
ar 1.11a yaar thaa thay di In thoaa
Btaeaa aaban bo a thar. aad inat our
)i:d to tho a.-ra la aoar alialhlly la
airfaa of trialra.
t'arbapa tbo bat f'aturo of tha ahear
ta tha aaaraca nualita of tho aihibita,
aUk!) amount to aar S buahala. Tbaro
ta a aa. form adaaoco la quality oaaf
Tba a "i o ar a:l bo aoaa tday and to
rrroar until t I. M. and It la froo.
Thara tat fiothlnaT tor aala la tba room,
ao alaiMaa of any rharartar to lata
jour ntck'ta or d maa. It ni pay you
to and your praaanco aaill bo ap
pravitad by tha inaBaatamont.
DEATH SUITJS CHAWGED
Action .txalnai Mr. Merrill la Spa-t-d-aaay
t a la Ilaalaaaaal.
rolioartnar taalimony la Judco tata
eurt yaatarday la tha f7 damaaro
at broucht by kltnnio luri Hutta
aajataat C tlchnaldar anal Frad T. Mar
ri.l bacaauao af tba doatb of Walter
U. M-Kar aa tha raaall of aa acciu.nt
at tha Kooa City apaadwar Juno la.
I'll. Iha auit asalnat Mr. Mrn. ara a
dtaaaiaaad. aaltnaa taa(irtnaj that
ka ar pod tba conductor of tha raoallll
at tbo ttrno. Tha a. I a aa ;ioa4 to
At.K.Vt. Or Pre. . arUpoclat) Hoar
Hub aa Aotomoblla and K
Out of rourf la tha titla of a I wo-pax
pamphlet wbb-b tha automobll depart
maat of tha fiorroiary of etatas ornraj
I aaadlnv out with all automobll
li-anaa taaia for bait ear. Tha pom
phiaf a laaued by tha I'ortlajjd Public
Arronar tho naeatlva blta of adalro
ctaaa aulomobtlo aa aara ara tha foi
im oporato a rar unui yoo ara
th-rouarhly com pat ant.
tta i drio faatar than tha taw ftl
"f'on't rtt roror rau
alria-a oa tba Ton ld of tha)
f'on't paaa a atraot-ar whll atoppad
paaac n a; ara
I kaap yoor mufftar open.
Too"t talk abllo drtvlnaT.
i"l driaa with daa.llBtr head-
Aatomoblta ewsara ara alan adrtaad
lo plaaaa do" tho follow ir IMnti
Trarura and road tba Ortcon motor
voMrio law and traffic ordinance.
raaa all orart-akan vablrlca oa tha
"Mow down at railroad rroaatnx. or
ta who la doubt. Ival tako
Always Ba rantMl aaaa It will
kaa you out of tro-tbla."
ROW OYER COW COSTS $5
Ooajrt I-caW-a Hoc on Chare of Aa-
aaatl and Raltrry.
A rontroTaray orrr a roar, which
waa rartirtaalaai la by Harold Z!m.
i:tl Vaaoar a'raot. and tiaoria fcbap
hard, laat Korty-aax-oad atraat and
Kllllnaraworlh aranua. rraultad In
Zaima poibc flnad IS In Judco Pair a
court yratardjy aftarnoon oa a rbarsa
of aaaault and batlary.
Tho cow. wblr-h baloBCod to Talma
mother, arol Into Mr. r-haphard'a cardaa.
Mr. Ohaphard la aald to baa Had tha
animal uta aad rafuaad to ajcllrar It
ha Xalma rama for It, la tha
atrcccla whlrb rraauad Mr. Fhephard'a
aoaa la avoid to haa baaa broken.
SUBMERGED LOTS TRADED
. J. Knlchlly Wanla Txal With W.
at. 3llller Annulled.
fa a ault which bo filed la tha Or
cult Court yesterday. A. J. Knlshtly
aliases that about November 9 bo trad
ed t-:o furnlturo and llatoraa of tha
Mount Hood roomtnr-bouae. IIV
Itawthorno aa-enua. 10 W". J. Miller for
cartaia lota whi.h tha latter elalreed
to poaaaaa In Napa Hulphur Eprlnsa
Mr. Knlchlly aaya that Tatar ba dla-
ceaorad tho lots wsro In tba. mlddla of
laka and wara covered wltb water.
He aas that tbo lota wero rrpraetntd
to blm to bo worth IIIOo. and ho wacta
ta trad aarroement canceled.
Civil Service Board Restores
Marcus McManus to
PROBATIONARY PERIOD CUT
Violation of City Charier In Man
ner of IX-allDC Wltb Km a lores
la CKarscd Acalnit Mr.
la flodlnca adopted yesterday by tha
Municipal C1r ferrlca Board after an
eatrcsla tnveatlratlna by Ooorc W
Caldwell, chairman of tha Board, offl
rial of tha City Water Bureau undrr
Commlaaloner Daly ara charred with
riolatloa of tbo city charter In their
manner of drallnc with employes. The
Inreattcatlon waa made In tb caaa of
Marcua Mr Man u. who waa dlamlaaed
on a charxa of Incompetence after he
had comp.ained to tho Clrll ierce
Board that be had been demoted In the
sera-Ire and J. T. McNary had been pro
moted without run service lovrallca-
Hon or authority.
Aa a reault of tha Inveatlaatlon,
Chalrmao Caldwell ba recommended
and tha recommendation haa been
adopted, that tha water official bo
warned that farther similar violation
will not bo tolerated. In tha findings
Mr. McMaaus Is raid to ba thorouKhly
competent, and it Is Intimated that an
imus aarslnet blm by certain .vater Bu
reau officials Is tho cause of Iha trou
ble. Tha Board la adoptlnar Mr. Cald
well's flndtntrs reinstated Mr. McManus
to the rinl service ollajlbla Hat.
The Board bad no power to relnatate
Mr. MtManua to hla position. Inasmuch
ha was dismissed durlna; bis six
months' probationary period.
Aa an outcome of tba raae tha Board
eclded to cut down the probationary
period from six months to not to ex
ceed days. or years tha probatlon-
ry period baa been six months, and
he official In charxe has bad power
dismiss the employe during that
imo without flllns; charxe.
As to the facta In tha rase. aayi
Mr. Caldwell In hla flndinc. "I have
mada considerable Inveat I ration. I
ubmlt the alatemrnta of former em-
loyers of Mr. McManus. Including; K.
B. Clark, chief clerk of tha United
States tnx'.neertnc Office of Portland,
bleb are blxh test Imoolala.
"I submit theaa statements and other
exhibits to show conclusively that the
complaint of Chief Clerk Cbeaaman and
tha superintendent of the Water Bu
reau Is unfounded. Their own admls-
lons aro such that It Is conclusive
hat they have violated the charter
provisions with respect to civil service."
Bank IVraldcnf. so. Crlfir.ll III.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or, tec. (S pe
dal. Alexander Martin, er. president
of tha Ktrel National Bank bare, one of
Klamath oldeet pioneer, la In a crit
ical condition from a paralytio atroke
t bio homo In Oakland. Cat accord-
HI to word received today. Ho Is a
year old and I familiarly known here
aa t ncie Jerry.
Congressmen Want "Raise";
Trap Is Baited.
neeklaar let erwaalloa, Flada Oat
W by by Aaklax.
OREGONIAS NEWS BUREAU. Wash
Instoo. Dec t. "Notwithstanding
tha dealra of the Prealdent to bold down
appropriation this Winter. I think
Confrcsa should vote to ralae the ala
rle of Senators and Reprcaentatlves."
said a well-known member of the
llousa. In talklnc with some of his
I am moving this old-time Jewelry Store
to 266 MORRISON ST., Bet. Third and
Fourth, some time About February 1st and
am now having a Genuine Bargain Sale!
Am not so old that I haTe to go out of busi
ness but expect in this sale to make customers
who will trade with my boys and myself for
I own this stock, and don't owe for it am
not basted, nor I haven't the busted habit.
These (roods have been bought as low as cash
can buy thrm.
"Honest goods at honest prices.'
This is not a fake sale of fake
goods by a fake man.
I am not slapping at any one else,
but want you to know this is a bona-fide sale.
I hare been in this location for years, and
have thousands of customers who believe in me.
Now get your Christmas presents.
This is a slaughter sale get busy, and I
know you will get pleasure out of owning these
goods at these prices.
wa Clocks, ferwarrly tl-23 frt
ale, aoae art. rack a?VC
I0O rarker Alarwa
ewot Te aaboleaual
tan Maalewro Piece, price a. (araaerly
& to Slm each, soar at. each........
ha Baaatlfal Sliver aad iold-fUled
Belt Bock lea. price Iraal Sl-O to S10
Bark Hair f'aaaaka. prteeat froaa 9SJS t
9-a.aa), aoae at. each..
N-Iay. Was tel. aaaa strike, balf-aoar
bell loeka. formerly S7UM. taw at
Tbry caa't bo boaaht far tbla prtre at W holeaalo
(.eatleaaea'a Sllvar.plateal hkavtaa
heta, formerly 9Mo. bow at
laold-rilleal Bracelet, formerly priced 0
at S.VOO. bow OsiaUaJ
Rearwlar SI5J0 Bracelrta aro aellli
bow for oaly
.Veto (.old Haadle Separateable I aa- "I (
brellaa aaar for wJalU
olld Oold. 14-K. Trtaaaaeai. Faacy T a Q ff
Haadle I eabrella, formerly S.T- at aJlOaUU
Others that were priced at SIS. bow atQ )tt
aelllaa at aja7&a
(holld (old-THmmed. Mlad Tow.)
Cm Glasa applea, cwst yw aaywaera Gf
IJM each, aaw at OlC
ackaw Cloeka. ware $10 ta S3 tf r- OIC
aow at. each OaJ OIU
Very Large Line of Solid Gold
Watches at Fabulously Low Prices
SO Sana Gold 14-K. r.rat'a 13 also fJOl Otf
Watebea. fonaeriy SI3 to S-'-o. bow OaJlaaaaJ
SS Solid Gold 14-K. Ladles' O alse f f Q 7tZ
W alrhea. formerly S3O.0O, aow O 1 Oa 4 S3
A heaatlfBl aaark of Sliver rir-turo
I'raara, said for 9X3 to SS rbale
Sterllac Silver Match Boxes, prices
formerly 2JM to S3UMI, aow at. each
Sterllaar Silver Hair Braak and Camb,
small travail Bar raae, priced formerly a A Or"
at 7M. aaw aDI.aaa)
One Sealakla Travellaa; Caae, coatalnlaa; Sterllns:
Mlvrr Miarlax Hraab, 1 Mirror. 1 hhavlaa; Sttch
aar. 1 Talcaaa Powder Caae. 1 Cat Glass t'oloarae
Bottle. 1 Mlvrr Gillette Hasor. 1 dosea illlee
feasor Bladea, 2 hllver Kasor Blade
laacs. formerly f35.no, aow
Similar Set, bat amaller, formerly
sold for S3I.&0. bow
1 l.ady'a Seal Travellnc Case, complete Sterllair
Miver naalcaro bet, formerly sol
for s 1 7-o. aow.......
PI.KDID ForSTAIV PKS, made by a maker
"kaae aame I eaaaot aar. bat who makea nn
a flrat-claaa article was S1M. stow.... 7UC
Kearalsr S1S.OO Diamond Blags, aow
at oaly ,
Resralar SIOO.OO Dlamoad Ixackrt
aow at ...
t vp In
That's What I Tell You
I'll Surprise You
Aa I have a lot of Watches, Chain aad all
kJads of nine aad Braceleta that 70a are gains;
to tske If yoo will look at their prices.
Solid Gold Cuff Links. 93JSO to 83.0O r -If?
valnea, aaw at. the pair Oe-SelO
GOLD CROSSES HOW OXE-HALP PRICE
Cat Glass Lamps, Electroliers, for- fit r
mrrly were S-"0.oo, aow all X. laOJ
Cat Glaaa La m pa. Electrollera for
mrrly were 913.00, get em bow....
M.OO Sterling; Silver Sanitary Drink,
lag Cops, leather cases, now.......
tVJ.OO Gold Clocks, sellins; now for
KAO Silver-plated Fern Dlahea with
copper lining, noav
S5.00 Cut Glasa Bonis selling noav for
92.HO 8-Day Alarm Clocks, on sale now
at only, each
2 Solid Gold 14-K. also Ladies'
Watebea, were $35.00, now ,
Gents' beaatlful thin model. IS aire, raised solid
gold ornaments, case guaranteed permanently.
Contract prices. f.i-'.O, at $24.25; COO Cfl
S34.00 aow S24.90; SS.OO noav. OaiO.OU
Thin model Klsrln movementa, open face, filled
ease, permanent Kuarantee,
S 1 S.50, aow at, each...
S73.00 Hall Clocks, now S3S.OO
f 13.00 Cut Glass Punch Bowls, now 98.35
Large Punch Bowl, finest cat gluft. with 13
Klases, same ware and cut, was
S73.UO, now only
S3.O0 Cwt Glaaa Compotes, now 850
Very Klcely Engraved Cut Glass C 1 f flft
Vater Set, waa $31.00, now aDlt.UU
Cut Glass Water Pitcher and 6 Turn- Cf
biers, former prices 14.(K), now wUaOU
S3. OO Sugar and Creamers, cut glass
Sterling Silver and Lenox China flJOC flft
Chocolate Set, formerly SUO.00, noav. aHaJO.UU
Sterling Sliver Tea and Coffee Set namely. Tea
pot, Coffee Pot, Creamer and Sugar. '(O'T flfl
In beautiful rase, was S1.1O.00, notvaDOf iUU
Set of Knives and 6 Forks, H Table Spoon. 6
Teaspoons, extra weight, all terling silver, in a
mahogany drawer and lid chest, was dQEC Oil
63.00, now OaJaJ.UU
STAPLES, The Jeweler
162 First Street
"The Big, Little Jewelry Store"
Just South of Corner Morrison
colleagues. For reaaons that will ap
pear, his name cannot ba used.
While bis sentiment apparently met
with some approval, there was no mem
ber In the- crowd willing to father a
bill proposing the Increase, especially
at tho present time, when a campaign
Is not far off. However, one member,
anxious to get a raise If possible. In
quired on what (rounds a further raise
in salary could be defended.
"To enable Senators and Represen
tatlves to contribute to a fund for the
purchase of wedding gifts for tbe
White House." wa the answer.
LAND SEIZURE IS URGED
BE.XD CLUB ASKS BOARD TO ACT IV
PACIFIC LIVESTOCK CASE.
PROMINENT riGVBES AND SOME OP THE ATTRACTIVE DISPLAYS AT O.-W. R. & X. CORN' SHOW,
WHICH OPENED YESTERDAY.
HW1Tr -AtA H)vhw q
IV. .: - r-. ,..,a .'!' "
U !.-' , ' a I III
Policies af Compaay Are Declared to
Be Barrier to Developmeat
' of Harney Valley.
BAJ.KM. Or.. Dec 9. (Special.)
Prompt and vigorous prosecution of the
suit instituted by the state in April.
1914. to cancel titles to a large acreage
of land In tho Harney Valley claimed
by the Pacifio Livestock Company Is
urged in a resolution adopted by the
Bend Commercial Club. Copies of the
resolution were received today by At-torney-Ueneral
Brown and members of
the State Land Board.
Tha club alleges that In connection
with Its land holdings and water right
claims, the policies of the Pacific Live
stock Company have retarded settle
ment and development of the Harney
Valley, delayed proceedings of the
state's adjudication of water rights on
the Silvies Kiver, directly attacked
Oregon's water laws and caused much
expensive litigation during the last 13
Pointing out that a determination of
the suit in favor of the state would
greatly aid in obtaining Irrigation and
rail transportation for the Harney Val
ley, the Commercial Club calls the
attention of the Land Board to the
last Legislature's appropriation provid
ing for prosecution of the suit.
Attorney-General Brown said that it
was the Intention of his office to take
up the Pacific Livestock Company case
as soon as the Hyde-Benson cases hare
BOAST COSTS FREEDOM
F. JF. Price, Owing Speeding Fine,
Brags and 'Is Sent to Jail.
Taunting Patrolman Ervin cost F. F.
Price a jail sentence of 12 days, dur
ing which he will have ample oppor
tunity for repentance.
Price was arrested June 14 by Pa
trolman Krwin for speeding and was
fined $25 by Municipal JudKe Steven
son. Pleading financial embarrass
ment, he was given the chance to pay
on installments. He made no pay
ments and. chancing to meet the po
liceman Wednesday night, remarked
contemptuously on the futility of his
arrest, recalling that he had not paid
and considered he had "slipped some
thing over" on tha court.
The patrolman consulted Judge
Stevenson, the remark was considered
contempt of court and Price was or
dered to serve out his fine in jail.
Morgan Vance, widely known in the
Held of orthopedic surgery, died at his
home here today after an illness of
'Pape's Cold Compound" Ends
a Cold or Grippe in
a Few Hours.
Xofed Orthopedic Surgeon Dies.
LOtriSVILL.K, Ky rec. 9. Pr.
Tour cold will break and all grippe
misery end after taking a dose of
"Pape's Cold Compound" every two
hours until three doses are takea.
It promptly opens clogged-up nos
trils and air passages in the head.
stops nasty discharge or nose running,
relieves sick headache, dullness, fever-
ishness, sore throat, sneezing, sore
ness and stiffness.
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snuffling! Ease your throbbing
head nothing else in the world gives
such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold
Compound," which costs only 25 cents
at any drugstore. It acts without as
sistance, tastes nice, -end causes no
inconvenience. Accept no substitute.
to delight the family for years?
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J There is certainly no gift that would give
greater pleasure to every member of the
household for many a Christmas to come than
a VICTR0LA. These wonderful instruments
are priced to suit every purse $15, $25, $40,
$50, $75, $100 and up to $350 and on the
J There is a bigger demand this year for Christmas
Victrolas than ever before. Make your selection
now and have it put aside for delivery Christmas
week. Our stock is now at its best a leisurely selec
tion now is more pleasant than a hurried choice dur
ing the Christmas rush come in this week.
The $100 Victrola
Sherman,Piav & Go.
PIANOLAI PIANO 3
WEBER AND OTHER PIANOS
Sixth and Morrison Streets Opposite Postoffice