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THE OREGON STATESMAN: KVXDAY, ArniL 4. 19C0.
How Much Tobacco
Will My Heart Stand
A Question Vital to Every Man Who Smokes or Chews .
JT MAT COST A PRECIOCS LIFK.TO
ri!VD OVT IT EirCRlMEXT.
' Tha heart of every user of tobacco
baara a double burden It does Ha al
lotted taalc and then fights nicotine for
supremacy- At long- a the heart wina
t Uvea; when It loaea ha dlea. but be
fore the final victory of nicotine you
pass through many stagca of decline
and decay and auffer manyl pangs.
Heart are like human beintra some
are stronger than other, therefore
ome hearts will stand mora tobacco
than others, but there la a limit to what
any heart ran stand. The man who
puts this additional strain on ha heart
a dozen times a day by imokinr cigar
ettes, a pipe or cigars or chewing; to
baccoIs taking a madman's chance
with health and life to lose and nothing
to win but the chance that he taay not
lose them. He is indulging- in a costly
habit at the expense of precious health.
Ask any doctor anywhere, and he will
tell you that using tobacco la injurious
and that.lt la far better to quit the
habit than to experiment to find out
how much tobacco your heart will
stand without urlnna rs.iiTt.
dui me inovKOi or quiiuns is tin
pleasant to most men even to' those
who know -that tobacco injures them
and to really quit takes, mora will
power than they have and causes more
suffering than they can voluntarily en
dure. To quit the habit make it easy
for yourself by getting Nicotol tablet f
and taking th-m aa directed. Tha habit
really qui is you and It departure is 4
pleasure equal to ita indulgence.
IT you want to know huw much easier
it is to quit thetiabit with Nicotol than
without it go twenty-four hours with
out tobacco and note what an effort It
costs you. then begin using It aa usual
and take Nicotol tablets. 1 At tha end
of a week discontinue smoking or
chewing fur a day and It la probable
you will have no desire to reaume. At
least your desire will 'be greatly di
minished and another week or two
should make It not only possible, but
a pleasure, to quit.
NOTE: Dr. Connor, formerly of tha
Johns Hopkins Hospital, under whose
advice Nicotol has often been used, said
when this atatetnent'wa ahown to him:
"1 have known Nicotol to conquer tha
tobacco habit in less than ten daya
time and I can therefore recommend It
highly When the doctor s statement
was ahown to one of our leading drug
gists he said: "Nicotol la truly a won
derful remedy' for the tobacco habit,
way ahead of anything wa have ever
sold be for. We are authorised by tha
manufacturers to refund the money to
every dissatiafied customer and wa
would not permit the use of our nam
unless the remedy possessed unusual
merit." Nicotol is sold in this city un
der an Iron-clad money-hack guarantee
by all up-to-date druggists, including
1. J. Fry
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1 Put a check on yourself . You 11 be glad, some day. If
J'our money is in our bank instead of in your Docket, you can't
et it slip through your fingers.
I ' yoxi Pu gme money in the bank every pay day youll
. have enough some day to go into business for yourself.
Star a fortune. ' f
Put Your Money In Our Bank
You Will Beceive 3 Per Cent Interest
Salem Bank of Commerce
me Msm Miles
Be motor merry without the money worry.
You'll enjoy low first-cost and little up-keep
if you buy a v
Motorcycle, with chummy sidecar if you Eke. The
hardy Harley-Davidsqn will take you all the miles that
are motorable the little money it costs, you'll never
miss. Make tip your mind to motorcycle between work
and home, and far away into the country and back on
Sundays, Get the merry motor miles the-Harley-Davidson
gives. Come here and see the 1920 model
The World's Champion.
HARRY W. SCOTT
147 South Commercial Street J
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. St. rauJ'a Chan h.
Easter day, 7:30 a. m., early cele
bration of Holy Communion; 9:45 a.
m.. children's service; 11 a. m.,
choral celebration and sermon. "In
spirations of Immortality"; 4 p. m.
baptism; 7:30 p. m.. evening prayer
and sermon. "Resurrection Power."
The musical program at the morning
service will include Spence's anthem,
"The Day of- Resurrection," Shep
perd's setting of "Christ Our Pass
over." Gloria Tibi by Gounod, Sur
sum Cord a and Sanctus by Camidge.
benedictions by M or ley. Agnus Dei
by Adams. Mr. L. O. Jennison will
sing a solo. "The Women at the
Tomb," at the evening service. Every
body welcome. Cbas II. Powell .rec
Services at the state institutions
Sunday will be held as follows: 9:30
a. m., State hospital, by E. Sherwood.
2:30 p. m.. Cottage farm, by A.
Wells. 3;00 p. m.. Girls Training
school, by I. G. Lee. 3:15 p. m. Tu
berculosis hospital, by T- s- Anderson.
Thomas S. Anderson, minister. The
Easter spirit ; will prevail In 'all the
services of this' church.-The church
school will meet in the main audi
torium at 9:45. All departments
joining together. At' the 11 o'clock
service will occur baptism of Infants,
reception of men members and com
munion of Lord's Supper, with a brief
Easter sermon. Intermediate En
deavor at 5 o'clock. Young people's
meeting at 6:30 and evening song
service at 7:30. Old familiar hymns
at the evening service that all may
enjoy. The church will be appropri
ately decorated with beautiful flow
era and filled , with sweet 'music. A
welcome for every one.
First Methodit Episcopal.
Dr. Richard N. Avison, minister,
corner Church and State streets. 7
a. m.. .prayer meeting, under the
auspices of the Epworth league, led
by Mrs. C; A. Bo wen. All. both old
and young, are invited. Start the
Easter day aright by spending the
hour with us. communing with God.
9:15. old-time class meeting, room
4 downstairs. W. L. Cummings,
leader. 9:45. Sunday school, Al
pheus J. Gillette superintendent, as
sisted by Robbin Fisher. Today the
hour will be given over to an Easter
program. Come and see what it Is.
11 a. m.. sermon. "Church Member
ship." 3 p. m.. Brother Rosebraugh
will lead devotional exercises at the
Old People's home. Twelfth and
Ferry streets. 4 p. m.. an Easter
program, rendered by the church
choir, will take the place of the
usual evening service. S:30. Ep
worth league. Thursday. 7:30 p. m.
prayer and praise service. We might
have as our slogan, ''Come and
bring another." Intermediate league
in Epworth hall; Junior league up
stairs. Central Congregational.
South Nineteenth, and Ferry. H.
C. Stover, minister. " Sunday school
at 10 a. m., in charge or Mrs. B. E.
Edwards; an Easter program by the
Supday school at 11 a. ra.; Christian
Endeavor sunrise meeting at 7 a. m.
Easter cantata. "Our Living Lord."
will be given by the choir at 7:30
First Vaited Brethren.
Tew Park. Sabbath school at 10.
At 11 a. m. an Easter program will
be given by the Sunday school;
Christian Endeavor at 7. Preaching
at 8. Mid-week prayer meeting on
Wednesday evening at 7:30. All are
cordially Invited. : C. W. Corby, pas
tor. ; . j
At 11 o'clock Sunday morning Dr.
James A .Franklin of Boston will
preach. Dr. Franklin Is one of the
secretaries of the Baptist Foreign
Missionary society and a very able
man. and he will tell about the needs
of the mission fields both home and
foreign. The aim of the "New World
Movement" will be explained. Every
member of the church should her
him, and others are invited as the
talk will be of interest to all. Rev.
Lough ridge will preach in the eve
(Continued, on page 4.)
MESSAGES OF EASTER
SPOKEN BY PASTORS
v Continued from page 1)
STATESMAN CLASSIFIED ADS-ONE CENT A WORD
who rose today and he should work
with Him to make the world the
place Christ wants it to be."
A devout and spiritual approach to
the Easter day is the appeal of Rev.
Charles U. Powetfc of St. Paul's
church, who says:
."Resurrection is the final 'proof of
Immortality. Therefore, on this one
day, dedicated to the immortal hope,
we ought at least to join with our
fellows throughout the world in its
celebration., -Spiritual vision and ex
alation alone can save the world
from chaos in our times. Shall we
not. then, lay aside gross material
Ism for this day and unitedly seek in
spiration and communion with God'
Slumbering Humanity Implored.
That man who does notattend up
on the divine services onEaster day
does not believe in the Easter mes
sage. The Lord is Risen, according
to Rev. George Koehler, the Luther
, "The resurrection has not yet be
gun in his soul." he says. "He his
not' risen fro mthe sleep of sin Jo
bask in the Easter light of forgive
ness. He should begin at once to
seek the risen Lord."
Reverend F. W. Launes. pastor of
the evangelical church, emphasizes
the fact that the risen Christ Is Lord
of the rich and of the poor. "He
shines into the palace of the great
who love His light. But he also
shines into the poor man's hut. whose
only cause of Joy is his thus shining.
Rev. Mr. Launes sees In this "Light
man in the world as again "the Im
age of God."
All the preachers emphasize that
phase of Easter which is a promise
oi future ll.'e.
"Through Jesus' resurrection our
own resurrection bring aurred,
death is not a terminus; it is a thor
oughfare. Lite does not fjuUh in
endless night; it goes forward to
bright morning and endless day,"
ays, Rev. G. t Llening, Sr.. of the
Evangelical association church.
Heritage U Pur AH.
'The Easter-tide reminds us of our
common heritage. It sounds a note
which vibrates harmoniously in every
human heart. All adore Christian
urit,y, symbolized In the Easter lily.
All nave an undying desire for im
mortality the message qt this great
day" are the words of Rev. Anthony
F. Llnd. of the Scandinavian Meth
odist church. "You desire immortal
ity and a blissful eternal existence
and yet you turn your back upon
Christ and His church the' only
foundation of such eternal life, the
only reasonable foundation upon
which an eternal home of love and
peace, can be built."
Rev. Horace N. Aid rich, pastor of
Leslie Methodist church, summarizes
the necessity for the resurrection and
the Easter message in the Christian
economy of things.
"As certain as man's greatest
curse is sia, as certain as man's
greatest; need is salvation from sin,
so certain will it be that Jesus Christ,
the Savior, will be more precious to
man than any one else." Mr. Aldrlch
says. "Rob the world of Him and its
moral and spiritual sun is blotted
out. Take Christ away from the
Cnristian and he Is stripped of all
that is most dear.
"To commit this awful robbery,
taking away the Christian's Lord,
they are making preparation who
seek to destroy devout and trustful
faith In Him, in his sinless life and
character, in His atoning mission to
the lost world, in His divine nature,
lu His transcendent worth, in His
revelation of God, in His spiritual
works, in His matchless words. In
His sacrificial death and In His vic
torious resurrection. If Christ be not
raised your faith is vain. In raising
His Son from the grave God put the
seal of His approval upon the whole
life and work of His annolnted. over
whelmed His enemies with defeat,
and laid a firm foundation for the
faith of all ages."
TENSE IN IRELAND
(Continued from page 1)
who was killed In the street fight
ing at the time of the rebellion, was
searched and Mrs. Humphrey's son-in-law.
a student, was arrested.
Armored Cam at Hand.
An armored rsria stationed at
tht entrance to Kingston Pier to re
inforce the military euard there.
Soldiers unloaded fresh supplies or
ammunition at Northwall and con
veyed it in motor cars, protected by
armored cars through the city.
Dispatches from various parts of
the country indicate a similar state
of affairs at Ierry, Tlpperary. New
ry. Limerick and other places.
The Freeman's Journal publishes
a significant article headed "Peace
ful Eastertide." in which it says:
"Let the young men of Ireland
remember that the main chance the
enemy has to complete his triumph
of des'roying the Irish - mad up
in the sinister and savage advance
which Is going the round of the
clubs of the militarists and die-hards
'get them Into the streets. " The
paper appeals to the people for re
straint and self control.
IrVrlinK Kuna High In Cork.
The feeling In Cork, it is under
stood, is so embittered by the mur
der of Lord Mayor MacCurtaln that
anything may happen there. But o
far as Dublin is concerned. It Is be
lieved that Viscount French, th?
viceroy, will have to report as did
Lord Wimborne a couple years ago
on the occasion of a similar scare
not a dog barked.
The military police haited every
pedestrian entering Dublin and
searched them for arms but found
none. The Associated Press auto
mobile was held up by a soldier who
emphasized his demand for a sea rc n
by placing bis bayonet uncomfort
ably near. The troops expect to
maintain this guard against arms for
three or four days.
Dublin Castle does not take seri
ously the reports of an outbreak.
Latest Census Reports
WASHINGTON. April 3. Shelr
dan. Wyo.. 9,175, increase 767 or
9'.1 per cent.
Carthage, Mo.. 10.053. Increase
II 7 ft At ft A -LaT 4aTal
Frankfort. Ky.. 9,103, decrease
ow. or .a per cent.
Steelton. Pa.. 13.428. decrease
818 or 5.7 per cent.
Natchez Miss.. 12.608, Increase
815, or 8.i per cent.
Staunton. Va- 10.617. Increase
13. or 0.1 per cent.
Fort Smith. Ark.. 28.811. Increase
4.836 or 20.2 per cent.
Leavenworth. Kaa . ififti
crease 2.462. or 12.7 per cenL
spnngneid. Mo- 39.(29. increase
4.419. or 12.6 per cent per cent.
Will Not be One Day Without
This Lady TELLS Her FR1ENDQ
Mrs. Mary Fries e. CO? Bornman SL. Belleville.
III.. Is just one or the many thoaaands of ladies
throughout the country who. after an agony of
years, have at last found health, strength and
vigor In PE-RU-NA.
Her own words tell of her suffering and recovery
better than we can da It: "I suffered with my
stomach, had awful cramps and headaches so I
often could not lay on a pillow. Saw your book,
tried PE-RU-NA and got good results from the
Crst bottle. To be sure of a cure I took twelve
bottles. I have recommended PE-RU-NA to my
friends and all are well pleased with, results. I
will not be one day without PE-RU-NA. Have not
had a doctor since I started with PE-RU-NA. which
was about fifteen years ago. I am cow sixty-three
years old, hale, hearty and welL Can do as much
work as my daughters. I feel strong and healthy
and wela-h nar two hundred rounds Rfora I
weighed as little as one hundred. 1 hope lots of MAY rwcxi
people ostf PE-RU-NA and get the results I did." Aa experience like
that of Mrs. Frkke Is aa Inspiration to every sick and suffering
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bowels, or other organs, PE-RU-NA is the remedy. It Is cot new:
It Is not an experiment. PE-RU-NA has been tried.. PE-RU-NA has
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prevent coughs, colds, grip and Influenza and to hasten recovery
there Is nothing better.
PE-RU-NA win Improve the appetite and digestion, purify the blood,
sooth the irritated mucous linings, eradicate the waste material and
corruption from the system. It will tone up the aervea. give yon
health, strength, vigor and the joy of living. Do what Mrs. Mary
Fricke and thousands more have done try PE-RU-NA. You will be
glad, happy, thankfuL -
Tablet er Llqald. Sell Erery where.
Are Your Teeth
: , Bothering You?
WHEN your teeth are bothering
you, the first step is to find out
what the trouble is. You must go to
a dentist, get him to examine your
mouth and give you advice.
A mistake in advice leads to all
sorts of trouble, so it is highly im
portant to get good advice in the
Registered Dentists using the E. R.
Parker System examine and treat so
many patients that the advice they
give is founded upon much experi
ence. The man who docs things over
and over many times becomes very skillful, and you can
ui-pi-uu upon wnai ne says ana aocs.
If your teeth are bothering you. go to any E. R. Parker
System office and have them examined without cjiarge.
You will find prices moderate for any work you! need.
Good advice, if followed, always leads to good results.
Registered Dentists Using (the
Ea R. PARKER SYSTEM
.SYSTEM t Dr. D. M. Ogrden ' Dr. R. B. Miller
Dr. F. V. Gretf
State and Commercial Streets
W. D.Gorsline's Public Auction
Tuesday, April 6, 1:30 p.m.
Located 4 miles north of Salem, i2 mile west of the Wallace
Road, known as the James K. Sears place; o through the
Calder place or by the Winslow Road: Consisting of
20 HEAD OF DAIRY COWS 20
Fresh and Coming Fresh. All Good Milkers, 2 to 8 Years Old.
6 HEAp OF HORSES 6
One Pair Matched Mares, Weight 2200 Pounds. One Mare 1500
Pounds, 9 Years Old. One Mare H00 Pounds, 5 Years Old.
One Mare HOO Pounds, 4 Years Old. One Mare 1350 Pounds,
5 Years Old
19 HEAD GOATS 19
3, 5 and 10 gallon Cream Cans. One Galloway Cream Separator
TERMS OF SALE WILL BE CASH
NOTE I tm selling my Dairy on account of Labor
W. D. Gorfline, Owner F. N. Woodry, Auctioneer
' Phon6mi Phone 510 or 511, Salem, Oregon
NOTE: Woodry conducts stock and farm auction, everywhere.
List your sales with him for RESULTS
IN MEN'S SUITS!
A good suit is a good investment; a poor suit is money
thrown away. When suits were cheap a nian haying a eheap
ready-made suit did not lose much. He lo heavily on such
a purt-has nowaday, Hring any Kaniple of the a re rage
ready-made suit and we will ahow you woolens in our stock
which will give twice the service for but little more money.
For fourteen years we have clothed the moat prominent
of Salem'n business men. Join our ranks of satisfied custom
ers. Once a customer always a booster.
D. H. Mosher V
Merchant Tailor to Men and Women
Cpurt Street ' f ' Salem, Oregon
Your Vegetable Garden carefully, planned and
planted will produce through a long season a big
supply of delicious fresh regetables for the table
and canning of a quality that you cannot buy-and
will prove a most interesting and healthful diversion.
Our seeds are grown by reliable seed growers
and are selected for their purity and germination.
When you plant our seeds at the proper time
and in the proper way yon are sure of a good crop.
D. A. White & oons
255 State Street
WILLAMETTE VALLEY FARMS ARE LOW IN
COMPARISON of sellinj prices of our farm
lands with those in other sections of the
country, where returns are not eren equal, indir
cates that inflation has not struck this territory.
Ultimate values will increase substantially, how
ever, rather than speculatively, by keeping pro
duction at the maximum point
tSalem. . Itrti
of the World the hope for restoring
LH!rew3 Oregon. I
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