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THE OREGON; STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1924.
' hT co;m:ce
J. ' J. Purdy Speaks Before
Delegates Who Meet at!
Wenatchee, Wash. ' I
WENATCHEE. Wash.. Sept. 6.
r-:Jeporta.ot officers to the dele
. gates here attending the annual
v, Columbia Hirer conference ot the
Methiodlst church indicated, that
the various j departments of the
church are la flourishing condi
., tion. m
Miss Buth , Fogle reported for
. the Deaconess training-school at
Seattle and Dr. ; Robert Warner
for the .Deaconess hospital, Spo
kanjpj. The latter institution. Dr.
Warner said, -will pass $200,000
m in Income this year despite a large
g aniount of free work. ; " s
Wofessor J. J. Purdy of Wil
r lamette university, Salem, made a
plea for support and patronage of
the church school, holding that
the Christian school is needed to
produce. Christian leadership. Dr.
E. H Todd of Tacoma presented
the work of Paget Sound college,
i Tacoma, remarking1 that . the
fourth building of the Information
4 tkati the building is nearly cotn-
pleted- ' - f .
BSIB TO 111
it H9 AH Hfl
Farthest North Sea Banks to
Be Developed by the
C Russian People
: ARCHANGEL, Russia, Aug. $3
(AP) Soiriet Russia has .made
strenuous efforts this summer to
develop her aea fisheries as a
sofaree of food supply and in this
connection. It was announced re
cently, new fishing grounds have
been discovered off Jugurskt
Sohar in Arctic waters adjacent
to Russia, The.nerw fishing banks
were located, quite by accident. :
lit was duria a cruise of the
steamship Malygln, of 1500 tons.
I Fcuiid the Tsiylo Health
in a Country Drug Store
Story of : a Rich City Banker's Wife Who Had Beea
Ailing, Complaining and Doctoring for .Years
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"Far years neithermy
husband nor I got any
enjoyment out of -life
because ot my in health.
I was always ailing,
perrons, waak and run
down; never! actually
bed -ridden bat life
eemed just on ailment
after aaotaee. Head
aches one day; stomach
upset the. nejtt. diixy
apelU, pains in the back,
colds and neuralgia. One
day I would think I had
heart trouble? because
of pains around, the
heart, another time I
would htre all the
symptoms, of kidney
trouble with a dull ach
ing back. My lips and
cheeks were jpeJe and
sallow and I looked
years older than iny
right age. ; j . .
"On day id a little
illage drag store, the
druggist, a kindly old
man. said to me, You
surely look all run
down and anaemic. Un
til you get your Teina
full or rich, fed blood
and the color back in your lips and cheeks,
you'll always he doctoring for one pain and
ache after another. Yourblood is thin, pale
and watery for lack of iron and when your
blood lacks iron your food simply passes
thru you without doing you any good. AQ
your vital organs are starred for nourish
ment and ou get these symptoms of
"You take an old druggist's advice and
get some iroq into .yourblood. The best
thing is luxated Iron, because it contains
iron (ike the iron in fresh vegetables and
like the iron in your blood. I nave recom
mended it to hundreds Tight here in this
little village and it often makes an astonish
ing improvement in even the worst cases.'
"I took the druggist's advice and in two
weeks 1 felt like a different woman. Even
in that short tine the color of health had
come back, to ay face, I felt and looked
years younger, and the old tired-out feel
ing was gone That was three years age
and I have never had. sick day since. I
am. surely jgratefuL to the druggist Who
showed me -the way back to health and
This is oo irf thousands of typical hypo
thetical caseewfaich might be written show
ing the results that have been achieved
tarn the use of Moxated Iron which may
be obtained fson anydiuggiat in this city.
Be sure you et genuine Nuxated Iron
which is true .food iron 'ready for immedi-
"A Druggist in a Little Country
Town Taught Me the Secret
of Health and Strength"
ate absorption' and assimilation by 'your
blood, and not one of the old forms of
metallic iron which many physicians say is
not absorbed at alL
" (Advertisement '
Northern Norwat as well, that the
Russian interests are going in for
deep sea fishing o a much larger
scale than at any f time since the
levolutlon. Formerly the "Russia
trade" was a main, feature ot such
Norwegian towns as Vardo and
Hammerfest. As far back as the
fifteenth century tjie Pomors fish
ed and traded along the Norweg
ian coast. Gradually in the eigh
teenth century the fishing passed
Into Norwegian i hands, the Rus
sians confining tjielr attention to
the purchase and--shipipngi of the
catches. Iu the tire years lending
in 1912, more than 140,000 tons
were thus purchased. much of
this going to England. With the
war and the revolution this trade
vanished, but now, Russia has be
gun, to buy fishing craft In Nor
way with which! to catch her own
fish, thus bringing about a great
saving: for the Russian people.
The! first sign? of fall is when
milk begins to taste like the cow
has -been eating old straw hats. "
by millions of
with Russian sea scientists aboard
who were f doing research work
tor the purpose of studying mat
ters pertaining to the biological,
hydrographical and meteorlogical
problems j of the Polar regions
that great schools of fish were en
countered.! Further Investigations
in the same waters, off Jugurskl
Schar. revealed that the fish made
their ; "homes" there in great
numbers. This is said to be the
most northerly fishing banks f in
the world. - . ;
.There areT Indications, not only
on the Archangel coast,, but! in
A little grease on the top of a
pond , kills mosquitoes, and yet
the darn things I seem to thrive
on fat people, j'
I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I
A SNAP 10 ACRES WITH GOOD binld
lncs. "bcriny nrimo ihr.u.. ....a
pies, j Located near I.ively, on main
road, j Price 300Qi cash dowa. W.
II. Grabenhorst Co. 273 State 287tf
WANTED ROOMERS. 160 CNIOJT
2'hone 972K. 6-alS
FOB SALK- 158 ACRE FARM located
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000. j W. H. Grabcnhorat & eo. 275
btate. .t, . . . , . 28-7tf
FOR SAI.ETOMAT0ES, 75 CENTS A
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FOR REKT S ROOI MODERN" HOUSE
compietPir lurnitded. Located a Fair-
monnt hilL $55 a : month. ir
7 room modern Some completely fur
nished, on Church atreet. $65 a month.
6 room home Unfurnished, located
o. aw a niontn.
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ij a moo I i. -W".
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