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TITC SUNDAY OREGOXTAX; "TOTtTLSXir1"m TEBRTTAKY C, 191G.
Discolored Sor IVeth, Gum Piiwaw mad
loul Breath YMd Quickly to Ibis
LA GRANDE IS CITY
W LIGHT OF SNOW AND ICE SMASHES I.V ROOF OF SEATTLE CHURCH.
Plows Open US-Mile Chan
ncl in Streets Storm Re
scmes in Places.
Ex-Governor Hawley Asked
XOU may ntrw bo. a uin icetn iiaiwrj
. l vmi innitfVi ticultrn- a
TVU HUU lllun j'vaa. a- wtia ai-ait.i aj aw
lowing this now treatment at home. It !
a simple easy and pleasant,
sidev It is painless and
1 possibly harm you in any
to Run for Congress at
c an not
FLOOD FEAR IS GENERAL
REPUBLICAN STIRS PARTY
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Orrcoa rolnt rtroe-t Train niork
ad I Lifting Tow a '! Off
All rrk later tar Arrtial
of Mall and rw parrra.
.lommicrr Tr.vnr.n rov.
La Grand- On hundra.$ aa4
f'f!jtt m.Iaa of anoar trancna
Una ! of rly.
Ilwl Klaar Storrn rnw
ftry wf five.in.it saowfai:;
fi war Ink ( (intu-.
Prod r hra In.-ha it
mw faila: rrvattot f rmm
ra for toailaa rattle.
ilaattl Wat enow fall, farro
R aluaa; flood fearad. Casrada
rii lina ogviiai
VnraTr. K i. SIltia n.
thraatea damaga; railway Ito
bl- ad two WMka.
f:aar llnv nowf:t r
anmaa; city fla norm effects;
IraJa Mockala lifting.
t. jrXTK. Or. rV J. .?rlL
-tvit rmlMa of Portland train
h-fcata Mora In Or.-ooiot n-l (aa-.-1
m.ll fcaf.ra di:rak JiD.Ijr. ta
'') ! c.irto aa from taa tail of
.na6aiB4 at-praa.low. u snowing
Iran aM traa-aa fcav
nut - InurongVr MitlUhxl tntl II
t.l bat t aaay mtttrr to k-p (nan
armara ara h-ctnaing t at r tarda
lota ian wit. farm friw I rnTa
ta fln af r( o4 knllM. THra
.a " ' t.i.o a atr aaTK out
ria i rua ) Mont ara mia-Bt Irw
i"" "I. aa a f aw mala roua'rr a'ir!
itr opaa4 , for Iraffl'.
Ova tndr4 at4 B.'tv.ais. ant'aa
i-a atrt r. a a.wprw
rm. Baa tftaif r-atar. Htrrta-
iit?i!ta er.."rine palvMt Ba-ar
:lwl rauoao Kail Waafc.
ait iMla raauroa attars
"''. Jijndir ) branet Ifia laat
a-'I -m fnl'LiM, tea I a t.rartata
roa.Maaia aro ma. I fconsry. TH br.n
' ia t to epaa tvenafrvw aftaf a weak
Ta ra-tfa an tha Bajatofflca. total.
a f t oaaaral i w tn a .-t a a at i jtt
, ajaaal front a soar raar. tiding
v a..;.4rwa,a aaataa.
lilitiit ,iou UX RiMMts
I rata lilorkad. I I Jrunr. hml t il,
I crU Mora I.XfKtt.
rtar a t) of a f w aaara latt
" t. a haT aaaw Baa fcaa tt'.!e
a.:a aarir i'Ja-j-. aai pr iicilooa ara
f a m a mar, Ta trf:,- !w;ka4o
t.!t atiata. a!t2oaa IDa flral I rata
f-an fort:aaa alo Tuaavlay I n-
pa.-ia.t mt miinlcit.
X-W. H. N. watbwni4 Iraatt-na
I "tnl tn.l. daa la Port til at '
til' lamarraw ataraior. la two aa4
-ia-biif aotjr iaKa. abiit fa.naar
1 ea liaio. Taa mrucn.t dtimp
tar Val;ar tra-a broaal la Ita : a ta-
imo aiarataa. taa ftral Iraia
tur la 11 ao :a-a llotiUr.
ma iraia, taadait by I w o ini'nii
t 1 aaawsiow. w aa aaol oat IMa mora
taa. tut taara w aa ao corta.aty it
ro'tli aa uttaa bajraad Att.t!a. whara
maa ara Xryiaf lo forca a way to
Ta.ajrapa tlaa lo fcrtUoJ gvl tack
ta tormal at aaoa.
rrpaf atlona for flood ara tl'l kpt
BaKaoaa of a coal riortaa-a, tha Pafcar
rui.u: llhrary It focca-J to clio furv
aaf aa4 toaiKt Taara l alio
lorta of fraan a(-
baraata caLtlamaa aro bay rarfns
for ltix-k to rgffttloa of tha Ora.
(ta Catlla aa4 lioraa HraaJra baa
aaaa toatsoaavl frora Bait wtctl to
May I u4 I.
TA!rtr lacaaa of tan n faltan
Itjatiactoa. arut t.ia alactne UjtM com
raay haa rtaa ot!ra thai tha city
may to thrown In daran at any
t.ma tacaaa of wir troubta.
SE-ITTLE NOW rC.llS 1XOOD
faow Tumoral Ifarrlrd by RlalDf
Trrnperatara aaj Thaar.
i. tTTt-U. Waaa.. Taa. I. Tha North--ara
I'ac'.fuj RaUroad. wbWa c'aarad Ha
tr.:k tbrouCa t Caa:aJ Mouatalna
yaataray. brin.kl la aa anormoea
iai!iir of l:t.-a snail for luaat
ounl. ant all tha ;n.r ado bad
baa daEalaad la tha motsotaiat and at
.;ao5'irr T&a Xilwaakaa and t ria
if.t Nortnara sot thar trarka op.n
in la a.'Iarsooa aB4 aat eot tralaa from
Too tm;arttira In aa!ta ra to I
tMo af'.araeoa. and pi!-t ia ta
.arraata !( to Bialt ra?;d:r. TMa
arovd far thai baaamanca of tor-a
woull t (l'ioia4, and ln, raa. tta mi
J jrt to . Ir tna 4owatowa a!raata.
i'a afarnooo anow fall aoora
haaat r tnaa l tir pravioaa ttma wur
ii( tha praaaat aSorWk. Tba fTaaa Wara
laiaa and Wat. aed (ormad aiia aa tKa
loaai.tt. Taa wind raatinoaa aaatar
l y. and raJa ta aot ocl tor tonlrM.
anaw balnar Bora :alr. ,raf r aa r -u
la tiurt than Hal? ra;orJ.
riciTtit coLrMnti Tilwixt;
Vtaroatrr Hataa-aa Mritra to Avert
(aura I ruan Walrr.
riVYltTrR. P. C Tab. Hrf.laa
I'd: iniVt t col t tu; baa baa ar
nl4 by a tSaw Jlra daaaaxo ta
tiactt4 from ta lattar Ibaa taa
faraaar. flratiaat affarta wara ba.-
in aw a a n.-u4r tday t claaa ta
atfEt and ailava to aaoid noo;BaT of
bataamaata of -wlowa ln'tatt aa
is;ianan(a. Tlra la atill a fjat or
m.r of anow in at.:vtlf. aaat tw
aa Ruck ta Victoria.
Two waait a fca a aUeaad .na ha
! tat traaa rama ia ovar lao t'aaad.aa
,artiara Railway A Iraia wbta-lt Wat
HUM ta taa rVa of ta llaf
ttitt la atill liar. Trifta a ad aiidaa
ara bam tnnaan4 t raai- tn
fPTIa ta raaven Ibo train, Tta a
aMntfara wara loea ain.-a lrnfH la
oaar taa Canaliaa f : Railway.
IttW MAT SAm MtCII STOCK
ITrat y fiatara lrr fatoraa Aro I'.r
IMttrtaal Srar MVrtMataa.
airrRirAJt. o. rav i-ifui
a'ootiauad "ars..a and baaar anowt
aaa daatrora-t m'.l tjtra and
rrmmr in t3i attioa fc a f.
lamina HaJaJ hay I local, y H a
t-a U l.'-i-a H ta aai, ia Ua IU4
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ITairi dutrlrt. aouth of haro. btork l
atarrta. and oa tb Grand ICondo
tadvaa raaarvation muh of tna to'lt
balonflnr lo Iba Indiana haa baon loat
U"p!r VaJly farmara will ht faad
tnouih If rama Ukt th snow off ba-
fora tho rr4 of tha moncb.
t'napa-ta..t dtmtjr baa raaollad to
fount fruit trraa from rabblla. tha
larwiT bark of tha fruit trraa ror-
Ine tha only tniirrt vt food for tha rab
bit Ci th ; arrra of tha Oloar-
Vlaw aartion. tha ilamiit la ritlmataj
at huodradt of aiclUra. A alraOy rain
at In kro this aftarnoon and It is
aiao raintnc in tha mountain.
noon iavi.u has moiik snow
Stoma Itrnrat l ury and Ilailwa;
I acra (alsanllc Tak.
n.xr r.ivr.Jt or. rh. s
rial Vl:h renrwad fury a norm
broke acata bar at noon today, and
!ac that tim nva inrbas o; anow
hat fillan, Tha O.-W. It. X. Co. la
facin' th (.enlie taak of keaptne
Ita lin opto. Local official, howtrrr.
dUtt that arary aftort will ba mad
to kp tralna movinc. Hundred of
n ara tationad at critical point.
and all train craw bava rcld in-
traction to run tiowlr. and whutla
centtinaaity at cut and ronraa In
ordar to warn laborrra hovttln along
No imtff h brn rauad local
powar wiraa. and thia aftarnoon a num.
bar of lactrlcal aorkrrt anawarrd a
call for hlp from Vanrouvar. ah.
tcc-dttan- talaphona wiraa Mlartn
bar and Portland l!t ITobably ba out
.r aaTrral dar.
pi:xDi.irrox hah s-ixch r.i.ia
Ctianarla Arc Cat In Mrrrta
r"r:NM.r:TuV. or. rb. t spnai.)
Tkraa rnor in ha of anow fail to-
r. No roUapaad roofa nav tarn ra-
tortd tnday. aa practica.lr all ba
bad tha atow rvmovad from tha koua
opa. Th rtty haa chanaala throuab
ha trata and banks of a.iuw is frt
b.c en ithar a da
Train aarida la rr.ora rarular today
"an it baa bn for a I moat a waafe.
t aatboand Iraira ara a-hadul"d to ar
il a on t.ma. and a tarouah aatbund
r n a atrac'ad Mi rtanlnf olaf tha
o.W fl a .V a;I train rifo on
ha Xortbarn I'sIftc baa baa n raaumad
Th rattlatnaa raprt thay baa
noaih faa-l to lat thra waaka. Many
baad of hditn atck aro bainjr lakan
ctrt ef by laiant'loo farmar. tlcbool
w'.:i ba aomi, Mtfltr.
i..Tot sxow ni.i:r vki.t
flotaa M No fwad a Track t loac-a
t'p at Onrr.
rtTTYX. tt'aah-. -aV I. ISparttll
Th new la mar t:ian fira fat
saara aad anow l iai aro 'practically
aaa aaa. aa lb tna la pll'd ao Mh
atone tha ! (hat It fatla back in
Iba lra::a aa rarl-tW It la 1oa4 op.
aad palaaerfana te-1 I'lta ara r?onn
4rtnc ttc( C fT war wadlrc In
daao wa'ar. Tha anow I bain; thov
a'ad oa Mam atraat and la ptd ao ba
far. th. bi.ir.aaa bo-.aaa to a bal.ht of
ait or all fat. Tio marcury rancaa
from a law pamta balow lio lo li
a baa a.
Tha '-tarn rcific la karlnr r.
nut IranMt for tba firat tlm. and 1
r.. It. a V. train do not run on
aatin haa baeama a fraar 9ort la
rs.na, ar. n caj aaua . aaa laraa
ttTIIKURtU IIOWIU tRK KA.t
CROOK JOB RACES ON
Aspirants to County Offices
BROWN MAY RUN AGAIN
County Clerk Ia Kipoctrtl to An
nouncr I?n(ry Into Camaalsn la
Near l utorc II. A. Fotor,
Araor, Oat Again.
riirN'E'It.LE. Or.. Fb. 5. (Special.)
The poetical pot haa begun .to boil
In Crook County and naarly all the
naar-polltlclan are bcjlnnln; to It room
lhamaelT for a mad scramble to land
Job. The promt county offlcars are
about equally divided between the
Wmocrtu and Republican.
Warrrn brown la rjpacled to an
nounce hi candidacy for re-election
County Clerk oon.
II. A. Koater. the present County A-
mor. ha announced that lie will
aak re-election, and there I ro one
yrt mtklnf any flsjht acaintt him.
II. A. Kaily. who la now county '.-sur
veyor, alto win be a candidate to
"?r the office of Sheriff. Uaker Knox,
the prearnl Incumbent, will eck the
nomination upon the Iemocrat!c tlckrl
and he will ba oppoaed by i. H. I'oln
dnlar. at preaant County Coroner.
I'n the llrpubllcan ticket the only
man o fr to announce himaa-lf of.
nitely la . K. ICoba. Chirf of Police
of Hand. Kalph Jordan, the present
County Traurer. and J. F. Blanch ara.
ota of th Commtaaloner of th county,
have bean prominently mentioned for
thl petition. !. J. Ofarturf. t'ounty
Commiaalonar appointed to fill th
vacancy raured by the resignation of
Willi Brown when Jeffarton and
Crook counties were dlvl.ied. will seek
election to th same office.
for tha office Of I'latrlct Attorney
there w : be an excltina conteat be
tween Wil.ard II. Wirt, of I'rloe
elile. and II. If. IeArmoad. of Bend.
Vernon A. Forbe. who ba been a
member of th llouaa of Itrproeenta
It for th paat two aeaalone. has
aonouneed that he will seek re-elee-lion.
He will ba opposed by I. ll.
Kordlck. at attorney of JicdmonU, at
th prlmarle. '
Foe the office of Circuit Judge of
Crook and Jafforon counties, th Hon
orable T. I'.. J. Uuffv. who was ap
pointed be tlorernor Wltbycomba and
who haa bean on the bench since the
preaent Judicial lltrlct wa created,
ai l seek election.
150 HURT DURING WEEK
On Accident f atal and Are Sub-
Jcct lo Conirnatlon.
BAIXM. Or. Feh S tjtpec'al ) For
the weak ending February 1. Ii' a-ci,
dents were reported to the Mate In
dustrial Accident Insurance Commie
aaoa, r rhice ono aria lata. Of taa
riOM Ktl.l.KX HOOK SD ORGAN
total number re nor tod. it were subject
to the workmen's compensation act. 48
were from publio utility corporations.
11 were from other firms and corpora
tions which hao rejected the act and
one vti from a firm not employing;
labor In hazardous occupation.
The following shows the number of
accidents by Industry: Railroad opera
lion. 4S; sawmill. 41: construction. 10;
paper mill. : Iron and steel works. 8:
logging. 4; flour mill. 3; sand and
gravel bunkers. 3: tranvportatlon. 3:
light and power, 2: meat packing-. 2.
Tho following; one each: Window
cleaning, nheet metal works, mining:,
gypaum manufacturing, woolen manu
facturing, teaming, stamp mnnufnetur
Intr. farming, tranafer company, plumb
ing, dredging;, irrigation, fuel company,
shipbuilding, machinery company, gro
cery. trej.pa.Mer. furniture manufactur
Ing. department store.
SHORT COURSE AT END
STIDE.XTS GIVE LIXCHEO.V FOR
COLLEGE FACl'LTY. .-
Prealdeat Kerr Dlecneaea Virion
Heads fader Wnlca Actltltlea Are
Coadaeted at Certain.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.
Corvallls. Feb. 6. ISpeclal.) The an
nual Winter short course at the Oregon
Agricultural College came to a close
last night, and today short-course stu
dents are leaving tba city by every
train. The last gathering of the short
course students took place yesterday
noon, when 110 of them entertained the
college faculty and representatives of
the college student body at a luncheon
In the n-w home economic building.
A. C. HJornsted. of Salem, acted as
toastmaater. and called for short ad
dresses by President Kerr. Mrs. Mary
E. Fawcett. daan of women, and the ad
ministrative heads of several or the
college departments. M. S. Fchroek.
recently appointed county agriculturist
for Yamhill County, who has been attending-
the short course, spoke for tha
President Kerr emphasized the neces
sity of considering the work of the
Ore ton Agricultural College under the
three heads, resident Instruction, ex
periment station research and exten-
l',nf.,mr C. T. Lewis, chief of th
department of horticulture; Professor j
K. it, urave. oi m oairy ucyar iuitul.
Profeaaor Krmlne L. Potter, head of
th department of animal husbandry,
A. R. fordley. director of th experi
ment station: lira. Ida Kidder, college
librarian.: Mis Ava B. Milan, head of
tha department of home economics, and
Profraeor G. R. Hyslop were other
.arhrld Man I)le at 7 4.
ESTACADA. Or.. Feb. 5. (Special.)
yi. H. fpackman. of Upper Garfield, died
viA.rf.v niirht. accd 1 4 Tears. He bad
msde hi horn for 21 years with hlSln
on. C. It. Spackroan. The funeral serv.
Irea were held In L'stacada W ednesday.
with Interment In Mount Scott Ceme
Taxpayer to Meet at I-ogan.
ESTACADA. Or, Feb. 6. (Special.)
A meeting of th Eastern Clackamas
Taxpayer' Laagu will be held Febru
ary 14. at th Logan Grange Hall.
Among tha speakers will be County
Judge Anderson and Commissioner!
height acl ILMXooa,
IV RE KM.
4 CHURCHES UNITE
Denominational Lines Are Laid
Aside at Scio.
RESIDENT PASTOR SECURED
Consolidation Is Effected by Cni
versity of Oregon Post-Gradu-ate
Student Wlio Persuades
10 Members to Combine.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene,
Feb. 5. Special. A consolidated
church of TO members, known as the
Federated Church of Scio, composed of
former members of four congregations
Methodist. Christian. Presbyterian
snd Baptist has been organized at
Scio, li miles from Albany in Linn
County, after a campaign among the
church members in that town by W'll
lard A. Hayet, of Rickreall, Or., a stu
dent in the unversity.
Beginning with the first semester of
the university. Mr. Hayes acted as clr.
cult pastor for the Christian Church at
Scio. making weekly trips tnere. in a
town of about 5uu. he says, the division
of churches for a place of that size
was appalling. The congregations,
which ranged from five to 21 members,
all had their meeting houses,, but there
was not a resident pastor in town.
Commencing December 1 a union
evangelistic meeting was held in the
Christian Church, it being the largest
building of the four, at which place
suggestions of consolidation were made.
" Every member of the churches, to
whom 1 suggested the plan, welcomed
it," said Mr. Hayes.
Sectarian lines were entirely cast
anl.lc. The fundamentals of the Chris
tian religion were demanded. The cera
monles of the consrcgatlon are simple.
They are glad they joined hands; I
hae not heard a word of dissension."
The federation Is made tip as fol
lows: Methodist Church, 5; Presby
terian. 11; Christian, is; uaptist. zi
outside persons. 15.
No tierson is to be excluded from the
church ort account of apparent differ
ence In his belief, for only the pledge
of the articles of faith Is demanded.
All ela is entirely optional with the
in l ml e rs.
Under the old plan of circuit pastors
the combined amount paid by the four
congregations for their pastor was
$400 a year. Services were not held
regularly. Last week Rev. H. B. Her,
of Oklahoma, was employed as resident
oaator at Scio. at a salary of MJU a
Mr. Hayes, who is much Interested
the consolidation movement. Is com-
pletlng his post-graduate work in the
university, and Is also studying at the
Eusne Bible School.
I)avcniort Buries Frenchman.
DAVENPORT. Wash, Feb. 5. (Spe
cial.) The funeral of Joe Trescasse, 74,
a French painter who has resided at
Davenport since the town was first
platted, was held Wednesday and was
attended by one or tne largest unerai
crowds in tha history of the town. He
so maxivea la tuis countrx
Talk of Captain Davis' Charges of
JIIsmanaRement and of Possible
Candidacy of Mr. Haines Holds
Most of Party Interest.
BOISE. Idaho, Feb. 5. (Special.)
Ex-Governor Hawley. Democrat, ia be
ing; featured in political developments
by his admirers who are seeking: to
have him enter the Congressional race
at tho primaries. Mr. Hawley la one
of the best-known Democratic leaders
In the state, and he was recently desig
nated by Governor Alexander as Idaho
"most honored citizen.
Ho served one term as Governor i
1911-1912, and, although nominated by
his party for the United States Senate,
was defeated by Senator Brady, KepuD
Democratic party leaders here say
that there Is a well-defined boom for
John F. Nugent for Governor, only to
be brbught out in the open, however,
In the event that Governor Alexander
decides not to run. Mr. Nugent ha
been chairman of the state central
committee. He haa a strong personal
following over the state.
State Committee Called.
State Chairman Pence has issued
formal call for the state committee to
convene here March 6 to set the date
for the state convention. The only
Issue Involved is how the delegates
shall be selected to the etate conven
tion. The Democratic National plat
from calls for preferential jirlmanes.
It Is understood here that Chairman
Pence will insist on the respective
counties deciding through their or-
I ganizations as to how the delegates
shall be elected.
Revival of talk for E. H. Dewey a
Republican Gubernatorial candidate
has fostered the belief among many
politicians that he will enter the race.
South Idaho then will have three can
dldates, while the North has but two
The attacks of Captain cJ. u. Davis,
also a Republican Gubernatorial can
dldate, on past Republican Land
Hoards, has created not a little discus
slon and comment. Charges of favorit
ism in the making of state farm loans
tnd lack of business methods were
Republican Resent Charges.
Many Republicans are inclined to re
sent the charge, especially in view of
the fact, until but a few months ago
Captain Davis held state office unde
Republican officials. He served as prl
vale secretary to Governor Haines and
as Assistant Attorney-General.
One of' the strong Republican papers
In the southeast, the Tribune of Poca
tello. makes this comment editorially
on the captain's charge:
"The process of going into this or
that community and making furtive
and untruthful charges against brother
officials, institutions or individuals
long ago played out, and people desire
the facts and figures n such instances,
or they will estimate evasive generali
ties below par.
The captain has enough good quali
ties to commend him to partisans with
out indulging in gross fiction."
Talk of John M. Haines running for
Governor has also been revised. Mr,
Haines has received many letters
asking him to seek vindication. He
was, defeated after one term by Gov
ernor Alexander. He was tne only
Republican on the state ticket who
The question of candidates for Gov
ernor and other state offices will be
the paramount one discussed at the
coming .Lincoln day banquet February
12. Thomas R. Hamer, of St, Anthony
has been selected as toastmaster.
Medicine Men to Meet In May.
ROSEBURG, Or.. Feb. 5. (Special.)
Dr. A. C. Seely. president of the
Southern Oregon Medical Association
has announced that the next conven
tion of the organization would be held
in May. Banquets, business sessions
and many entertainment features will
help to keep the visiting physicians
busy during their stay in this city.
Wage Increase Granted.
SPOKANE, Wash., Feb. 5. A wage
increase of 2 cents an hour was granted
today bv tho Washington Waterpower
Company to all employes working on
streetcars operated by one man. A
minimum of eight hours will be paid
on all regular runs.
4 08 Enroll at Normal School.
MONMOUTH. Or., Feb. 5. (Special.)
The Oregon Normal School started Its
Here's Mr. "Gets-It"
The New Plan Corn Cure That's as
Sure as the Rising Sun.
"Glad to ment you!" says the razor
to the corn. "I'll bleed for you:" says
the corn to the razor. Razors and
corns love each other. Coins love to
"Why. O TVhy, Did I Do Itr Geta-It
for Ma After Tala If I Live:"
be cut. picked, gouged, salved, plas
tered and jerked out. they grow
faster. Air. and Mrs. Went-and-Cut-lt
realize it now, they use "Gets-It"
instead it's the wonderful, simple
corn-cure that never fails. Stops
pain. Y'ou apply it in 2 seconds, it
dries at once, the corn is doomed.
Nothing to stick to the stocking or
press on the corn. It means good
night to plasters. salves, diggers,
razors and toe-bundling. Y'ou can wear
smaller shoes. Your corns will come
right off, "clean as a whistle." Never
inflames healthy flesh. The world's
biggest selling corn cure.
"Gets-It" is sold by druggists every
where, 23c a bottle, or sent direct by
E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, III. Sold
in Portland at U1 aUotea o Xuct vwl
Dru6v Co, . i
i nouaanaa or mourns at i i . . ,
... .. . i . 1 1. iMnhla I
IlKe tills are seen ever. ti.. " -
known as Pyorrhea or Rigga Uiaeaae. Aneae
aoft. discolored, bleeding, foul-smelling and
receding guina, loosened and sensitive teetn
can be made firm, strong and healthy by
thia simple llouie Method.
FREE BOOK TELLS HOW
Stop Despairing! Pnn't C.ive Up Hope of
bating Your Teeth..
A slmpln home treatment which we arn
placing before the public may now bring you
the relief and comfort you desire. fttop
spending money with those who do not help
you. Don't waste your money on drug store
remedies that are Invariably, as you Know,
Write to us today and learn more about
this painless, speedy. Inexpensive remedy
that you can use at home, so thero may ba
no further need for you to undergo lone,
pulnful or expensive treatment.
If you are suffering with Pyorrhea or
RlKgs Disease, gingivitis, receding gum,
elongated or loose teeth: soft, discolored or
spongy gums: if your breath is foul; if your
teeth pain while eating; if you are subject
to bad tastes then, for your own sake. Band,
for Dr. WU.ard's book and learn how easy
his method is how painless and speedy
how this home treatment quickly and par,
manently has helped others lo sound,
Just sit down NW and write us Tor this
free book A few minutes will convince you
that Dr. wizard's Home Treatment Is what
you are looking for. Don't wait. There is
no pain connected with it. W have received
scores of letters from people saying they
would have given hundreds of dollars had
they known of Dt. Willard's Homo Treat
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LARD. Suite Powers bldg., Cnlcago.
Look. Mother! Is Tongue Coated,
Breath Hot and Stom
Harmless "Fruit Laxative" Best
to Clean Tender Liver
Mothers can rest easy after giving
tanrornia oyrup oi nsa, wmubo a
a few hours all the clogged-up waste,
sour bile and fermenting food gently
moves out of the bowels, and you have
11 -.1..r..l V. i 1 . ao-ain 1 1 H T-A tk
H. '11, J 10 J . .1 1 v i.i... . ..... .
simply will not take the time from play
to empty their bowels, and they be-
.i.U.I.F ,.,i.IriiH liVAI CAt. Rlllflr.
CUIIIO l.fSllLi- j . ii . i . . . ...... r-, - a
glsh and stomach disordered.
n nen ciu. .c.i..., i ciiii, -tongue
is coated, thei. give this deli
cious "fruit laxative." Children love it.
and it cannot cause injury, ui"-
. ir r,,ll
ence wnat ans yuui nine v.i
ot coia, or a c L.ni,., . ..ww
stomach-ache, bad breath, remember, a
. .. ... i.i- inn.l..-" uhoolH alwaVa
gentic 1 1 1 i ii , 1 1 ,1 1 . .. . i . oi.wu.u . j
be the first t eatment riven. Full di
rections for babies, children of all ages
and grown-ups are printed on each
- . . r .. ; . f ! ... B,, t,rt Aatr
ueware oi cwunitucn . j i
your druggist for a 50-cent bottlo of
"California Syrup of Figs," then look
carefully and see that it is made by
. i ,,. un.n; i;,-piin fum nan V."
We make no smaller size. Hand bade
with contempt any other fig syrup.
second semester with an enrollment
of 408 students, which is 51 more than
during the rirst semester and 50,per
cent more than a year ago. The school
graduated a class of 45 this mid-year.
These graduates will return and grad
uate with the class in June.
TnliVaaliAn and nrftcticallV all formS
of stomach trouble, about nine times
out of ten, are due to hyperacidity;
therefore stomach . sufferers should,
whenever possible, avoid eating food
that is acid in its nature, or which by
chemical action in the stomach devel
ops acidity. Unfortunately, such a rule
eliminates most foods which are plea
sant to the taste as well as those which,
are rich in blood, flesh and nerve
h,,uin ni-nnHipn This is the rea-
son why dvspeptics and stomach suf
ferers are usually so thin, emaciated
and lacking in that vital energy which,
can only come from a well fed body.
For the benefit of those sufferers who
have been obliged to exclude from their
n l..p,.i,v liii-ppt or fattv food.
and are trying to keep up a miserabla
existence on gluten products, it is sug
gested that you try a meal of any food
- aAa u-v.i,.i vnu like, in moderate
amount, taking immediately afterwards
a teaspoontul of Bisuraiea jiiaKiieoia '
a little hot or cold water. This will
neutralize anv excess acid which may
be present, or which may be formed,
and instead of the usual feeling of un
easiness and fullness, you probably will
find that your food agrees with you
perfectly. There is nothing Detter man
Hisuratea -Magnesia u
ve and ant-acia. u ims un-tu i.
lon on the stomach: but by neutraliz
ng the acidity of the food contents.
and thus removing the source or tne
cid irritation wnicn miiaines tne ueu
te Ktnmach lining, it does more than
could be possibly done by any drug or
medicine that acts upon tne siomacn
ining rather than tne stomacn con
ents. Medicines of various kinds
hoi.M he taken whenever necessary
but there is no sense in dosing an in-
lamed and irritated storaacn witrt
rugs instead of getting rid of the
acid the cause of the trouble. Get a.
ittle Bisurated Magnesia from your
ruggist, eat what you want at your ,
fxt meal, take some of tire Bisurated
Magnesia, as directed above, and see if
his isn t the Dest advice you ever oau
n the subject of eating. Adv.
New Way to Wave the
Hair Becomes Popular
That most women are quick to appreciate
nvthina that, will enhance their attractive-
ess is shown lv the greatly Increased de
mand for liquid Bilmerine. since its remark-
ble hair curling properties became known.
Druggists everywhere report large sales lor
Women are enthusiastic over liquid Bil
merine, particularly because It enables them
to acquire a curliness which is ao beauti
fully natural In appearance, and not have
i turn tne me Olll Oi lii. ii&.i- mm a
ot Iron. Also they find it a beneficial
resslncr for the hair. The liquid Is so agree-
hle to use. being neither gummy nor greasy,
mi !r in so easv to apply with a clean
onth hmah at niirht when the hair Is down.
The pretty wavy and curly effect in the
lornlng is most oengntiui. Aa it lanes oniy
MM!. ailmftrinA to produce the required
effect, a few ouscea will last tfor avtaika.