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THE OREGON STATESMAN: TUFRfiDAV, FEBRUARY 2rt. 1020.
1 A SOCIAL
Br nvrn lkxork fisher
and Mrs. T. A. Llreslev are
home aaain after several
weeks soionrn in California..
The' first few weeks were spent In
San 'Francisco where Mrs. Livesley
was quite ill with pneumonia but
later on when she was able to travel
they went south and spent tho re
mainder of the time.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Clarke enter
tained, as their guests for dinner
Sunday evening- Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Green and children.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ellott will go
this morning to Newport to pass sev
R A. Cox of San, Francisco, where
be is superintendent of the American
Railway Express' company has gone
to Seattle after passing a short time
insaiem , a s tne guest or. Mr. and
Mrs. F. II. Southwick.
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Society folk will be laterested to
know that David Eyre and Harry
Hawkins who recently exchanged
residences, have moved into their
newly purchased homes. The Eyres
are now domiciled in the former
Hawkins home at Twelfth and Oak
streets and the Hawkins are In the
former Eyre , home at 1635 State
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. The many friends of. Mrs. Zadoe
Riggs, who has been ill with the
grip at her home on State street will
be glad to learn' that she is recover
ing; nicely. , i
Miss Pearl Carson, and Miss Helen
Mclnturf have returned from a few
weeks' vist at "Grants Pass with
Miss lclnturf's parents.
The many friends of Miss Helen
Hooter, a Williamette university
student of Portland, will be sorry to
learn that she Is quite ill at her
home on State street with influenza.
Friends will be glad to learn that
Dr. ; John Wilson of Reno, Nevada,
who has been visiting in Salem for
a time is recovering from the ser
ious operation which he underwent
Sunday evening at the Willamette
Sanitarium. Mrs. -r Wilson arrived
Tuesday night from her home in Re
no, and is with her husband.
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Flowers and cheery notes' are find
ing their way to Mrs. H. Craig Mar
vin who is quite ill at her home
The many Salem friends will be
glad to hear from' Mrs.- R. J. Flem
ing, who was a ' well known Salem
woman a number of years ago and
who ' is "now living in Omaha, Neb..
: that she contemplates a visit to Sa
lem in the near future.
Mfss Marjory Flegel, , student at
Willamette university has gone to
her home in Portland. j
The Ladles Aid society of the Firsi
Presbyterian church will be enter
tained Friday afternoon at the home
Court street. Mrs. Alice II. Dodd's
address will be the feature of the
afternoon. : The assisting hostesses
will be Mesdames R. A. Klein, F. L.
Kleln.W. W. Moore, H. J. Clements,
and. George M. Brown.
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; The many, friends or Mrs. C. W.
Niemeyer are sorry to learn that she
Is ill jit her home with Influenza.
Mrs. - B. L. Steeves has gone to
Portland where she will visit with
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Laban Steeves.
.The many friends of the Mark
McCalllster family will be glad to
learn that they are recovering from
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The" many friends of Miss Vir
glnia Mason will be glad to learn
that; she Is recovering from the in
fluenza. - -'"i
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The friends especially In the col
lege set where she is popular will be
sorry to learn that Miss Mary Spald
ing is HI with influenza.
FOR COURT TERM
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TWo of 31 Names Selected by
Clerk Are Eliminated by
Names of the men that are to serve
,as Jurors during the March term of
the circuit court of Marion county
we're drawn yesterday. Of the 31
names drawn, one man 4 is deceased
and anotheV. has, move" outside the
state. The March, venire for the cir
cuit court includes: r
H. F, Craig. Henry Keene, J. K.
Mount. George N. Thompson. J. Fred
Palmer. Anthony Gregeon. W. E.
Way, S. L. Frezter, John B. Craig.
Frank F. La Dare. Malcolm Ramp. E.
E. Gilliam, Gideon Stolz, Harry Ro
, Jand. N. S. Scollard, John A. Gearin.
E. E. Keene. Florian Von Eschen.
Mark Skiff, K. N. Olilinjtham. Joseph
Calvert. J. W. Harriet. John F. Man
ning, Fred J. Miller, Harvey Smith,
William McGilchrlst, Cnrlst Paulus.
C. A. Roberta and Roma C. Hunter.
YOU CANT BE TOO CAREFUL.
Elsie O'Brien, R.F.D. 7. VincennM.
Ind.. writes: "On WMo r
. Honey and Tar Broke up my cold
right away." It relieves coughs, colds
croup and whooping cough: clears
uw passages, sootnes Irritated mem
nranes ana stons tickling in
throat., Foley's Is the original and
Pnuine Honey nd Tar. J, C. Perry.
TlCrlARDSOH & F ARRIS RUG&ISTSVV
"An 'out-side treatment that comes in salve
form. Applied over throat and chest the body
heat releases the ingredients- in the form of
vapors. These vapors inhaled with each breath
carry the medication direct to the lungs and stir
How the Use of this External Treat
ment for Cold Troubles
Where Vick& Began
The Druar Stc ? In which O. Henry Spent HU Boyhood
7bt ia tS dru i to.-; i ; 3-enboro, l c&ased by Mr. Lonsord Rich
H in 1538 f7' s Sr. Porter. Lr.l otter wu the ancle of -Will' Porter,
" M-1 . ! -i r-:-de-f.:um of O. Henry, bc.iK America's patest snort
torr wrir. C. h-, practically grew up ia this store and learned her. the
prof et c:c r. oi pnarmkcy.
St war o jrjAw his year behind the prescription counter of this drag store
that Mr. Richardson worked out the formula for Vicks.
' Direction ir. r iac Use of v'cks
VICKS VapcRub ccrres in s!e
form. When applied to the Ixvly
its action is two-fold.
1st. INTERNAL. The beat of
the body releases the ingredients in the
form of vapors. These vapors are in
haled with each breath, carrying the
medication through the air passasss
to the lungs.
2nd. EXTERNAL. In addition.
Vicks is absorbed thru and stimulates
the skin, attracting the blood to the
surface and aiding the vapors tnhtlcd
to elicve the congestion.
For Deep Cbest Coldt, Sore Th ro- U
Broncbitis, Couth. Hoarxnes
For severe cases, hot , wrt tovirls hiald
be applied oyer the throat tk! chest to
open the pores of the skin. TheoViok
should be rubbed well in, spread oa
thickly and covered tvilh t-o tlii-.k-nca.es
of hot, fianr.c! clnihs. Tiic
clsthing shcKtld be left 'ocre uround the
neck rii the bed c'othes errznid in
the f-rni of a funnel, so ibt the vapors,
arising nvay be frce'y snhaltvl.
For lltaoV CoU!s, Aslbcva, Catarrh,
Har fvrir Waocpn f Cough
For thtse trob!.ffs. Vicks e&n be ued
as for cUesc cold or ct-n be indeed in a
scccn and the vapo-i inhak: j a
little applied up the nort t ana
snuffed back into the air r ssage.
For Spscmoclic Cro ip rxd
"Iclrs is particularly recorcntsadea
for childrm's colds. sice it is rxt rj--naZy
applied t.nd c-.ir. therefore, be jicd
often and freely with perfect safety.
For spasmodic crorip, rub Vicks over
the throat nd chest until the difficult .
breathing is relieved; then spread on
thickly and cover with a hot flannel
cloth. An application at bedtime
usually prevents a night attack of
For Use as a Liniment,
PcuU?ee or Plaster
On account of its penetrative and
rubefacient effect on the iiin, Vicks has
been found excel! ent for many mhr?r
EHr;-nts, such as Bites, Boils. Burns.
Limlses, Cuts, Frost bite, Itehings,
Llusci-lar Soreness, Poison oak. Sun
Vicks Is Not Meant -O Replace
the Physici: o
At the first symptoms of a scrimis
illness, such as pneumonia, a phy-
ORE than a score cf years ago, Luna-
ford Richardson, a druggist in a little
North Carolina town, was trying to
find a new way to treat spasmodic croup and
colds. He had been trying to find it for years
he needed such a treatment in his own home .
he knew that epicac and internal medicines
disturbed the delicate digestions of children
that the only way to get medication directly
to the air passages and lungs was win vapor
form. So he was searching for an effective
vapor treatment which would be economical,
convenient, and which could be used without
the necessity of closing up the sick room and
thus excluding the fresh aii, so important in
the treatment of cold:-.
At .last, ichic druggisc ic s.d a process by
which he .ould conibirie in.saive form the
standard, tin-.?-tej'.:ed rerr.eJieb Camphor,
Menthol, Eucalypt.??, Ty.riv; and Turpentine
with other volatile oils r.j that when this
crJve was spread over the throat and chest the
ingredients would be reported by the body
heat. These vapsrr. iniialed with each breath
all night long, earned the r?tdicatior. directly
to the parts affected and at the same time the
salve was aosorbJ thr? and stimulated the
skin, aiding the vapors inhaled to relieve the
congestion. This product was named VickV
Now over 17 Million Jars
are used yearly
Vicks was found to be good for a great many
troubles besides spasmodic croup, and as time
went on, its sale increased county by county
and state by state, until now over 17 million
jars are used each year almost one jar for
every family in the United States. And this
in spite of the fact that Vicks is still a new form
of treatment to many people in the North and
far West. . .
The best testimony to the value of Vicks is
the increasing number of families who, each
year, are converted to the use of this real
"Little Bodyguard in the Home."
Here is the record of the number of jars used
annaaily for the last ew years:
tirian should always be called. Mtnyothfr
troubles, such as chronic catcrrh cr ctci
tinued h ;d?che.
call for thedi gnosis
of a groH ortor.
Vicks is f'rrpi an
which can be kept
m -it ?
H tne home rea. foi in at art use .j
M-hirh cr. be use.i frrejy, tth perfect
siMy, on the youngest member of the
If you have never tried Vicks. we wC.l be
glad to send samples free to you and any
520.1 S3 Jar
1 027.C&3 Jar
1 337.5) Jsra
?Ty3or friends wbrr sadadd-
ycu will eri. -f.
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