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The Sew Oregon Statesman, Salem Oregon, Friday Morning, September tl, lftf
Communicable Diseases Few
During Month Says
Few communicable diseases oc
curred in Marion county during
the month of August, according
to the monthly report of the coun
ty health unit actiritiea given by
Dr. Vernon A. Douglas, county
health officer, Thursday noon a'
the regular meeting of the board
of directors of the county health
association, held at the Gray Belle.
There were 42 cases of disease
reported in August, an increase of
20 over a year ago. The repor
stated the increase was due to the
number of tuberculosis cases re
ported, there being 19 of throe.
There were five cases of scarlet
fever and three each of diphtheria
and smallpox. Two cases of Malta
ff.ver. bringing the total since this
disease was discovered at the
state tuberculosis hospital to sev
en, were reported on each from
Stayton and Salem.
There were 81 births during
August, the parents of 31 living
in Salem. Sixty deaths occurred in
the county, 18 in Salem, 15 in out
lying districts and 27 in institu
tions. Ten of the deaths were due
to communicable diseases, eight
to tuberculosis, three to cancer, 11
heart disease and others to scat
Present at the meeting yester
day were; Dr. Douglas. Dr. Mary
B. Purvine, County Judge J. C.
Siegmund. Dr. Courtnay - Dinwid
die, and Mrs. Herman Kehrli of
By Dr. S. RaJph Dtppei 1
(Exjntry if Me: la ta mmu- the last eight years of eight moth
aa of ton aarlaa of articles, I an la-
nanca4 by deslra to assist tha t
era! mUIc to a batter urfarstaotiac of
the maaj ptaaaa of eentiatiy, but sore
spatially to tha dcTClopmant of hyglaBe
an prevention. It Is my 4etlre ta eU-
nata so far as pet si Me. all technical
ems, and to make It utantaao'aM to
rao average cMU. Therafore, if I de
rlate fr obi some coaeraJIy accepted
theory la some dota l. It will be store
for tko aako of riearaaaa of expression
and aot tnTaonco tko baste prtBclBla.
To tbo nethors and saotbors to be, I fco
llovo tbla may. bo of aoaa valmo aad to
tbesa this eerlos of arUdaa Is reipect
nny dodleatod). .
DENTISTRY in the present day
coemption, does not begin
i with the destruction of the
feeth and their subsequent repair,
ut away back to previous genera
jions. To say that grandfather
Uras responsible for some afflic
tion of the grandson's teeth is of
hourse, only partially true, nev
ertheless heredity and habit are
n, very potent influence and must
te guarded against.
The anticipation of mother
hood when conceived with intent,
is one of the grandest examples of
elf -sacrifice to be found in the
present day civilization. It is a
glorious thing to know that
through all the generations of
progress, woman still maintains
ers per thousand which is a won
derful compliment to our doctors
and the education of the people.
Previous to conception, or as
soon as possible after, go to your
dentist for a thorough mouth, ex
amination. Have your teeth x-rayed.
This will not only point out
your hidden source or inrection
such as pyorrhea pockets, abseess-
154,000 Persons Must Be
Fed at Once, According
sav irAN. Porto Rico, Sept.
!0 (APi T'nder the leadership
and cysts, but the cavities of jof Henry M. Baker. Red Cross i di-
sdmetimes rector or disaster renei. m
a cavity, al-i vii " . T
proximately one-uuaxici -
Rico's storm area today and re
ported its estimate of damage and
hat spirit of love and devotion so
essential to our perpetuity. It is a bad." If there is the least doubt
the teeth as well. It is sometimes
impossible to find
though of good size, with the use
of explore rs. These cavities will be
are some dentists who do not needK"oaief
-t-rays such as one man said.
"These young men need x-rays be
cause they have not had enough
experience." I can tell a bad tooth
without one." If this is the kind
of a dentist you have, get a new
one before your health is destroy
ed. All dentists do not have x-rays
but all have access to them and
will gladly refer you to some one
else. .After proper diagnosis has
been made and it is found that in
fected tteth are present, have
them removed at once. Remember
this: A tooth is either good or bad
ind there is no middle ground. It
isn't "very bad" or "just a little
period in which all the emotions
aire brought forward, take their
turn and pass on. It is indeed a
period to be given serious consid
eration and preparation. It will
tax every resource of body and
mind to maintain a normally. It is
a case in which the mother risks
Her all to bring into the world one
more ray of sunshine. That pre
vious preparation accomplishes re
spits, is manifest by a drop in
bave it removed and do it now.
Have all- cavities filled and be
sure the gum 3 are in good condi
tion. Of course, a thorough pro
phylactic treatment is essential.
(To Be Continued)
The assessors of the state, who
meet at Pendleton this' week, will
have an opportunity to see the
Round-Up on complimentary tick-1 Reproducers Corporation has been
ets nrovided by the business men effected. Jess Hawley is vice
the mortality rate for Oregon in of the city. president of the new company.
Will Go On Trial
Early Next Week
THE DALLES. Or., Sept. 20
AP Mancel Nance, 25, wfcU go
on trial here next Tuesday, charg
ed with assault with intent to kill
Nance is accused of having shot
Archie McPherson. Southern Was
co county ranch hand, on Sept
8. with the intention to kill. A
Fraud jury indictment was return
ed against him last night.
Mcpherson recovered and testi
fied against Nance at the hearing.
Nance was arraigned and entered
a plea of not guiKy.
FOREST FIRES ARE
PUT UNDER COIiTROL
SPOKANE, Wash., Sept. 20
(AP) Two fires that destroyed
3,000 acres of timber in 4S house
were believed controlled today.
The Saddle Mountain blaze that
threatened the town of Newport.
Wash., and the Rogers Pass fire,
where the flam menaced the
New Diamond Lake state park,
were encircled today by a trench
that fire wardens believed would
hold back the fire unless a high
Timber in se-ven different se$
In that area, it was said. 35.450
homes were destroyed. 2.361 are
iniured of whom 270 are in hos
pitals, and there is an immediate
neoessitv of feeding 154,0.00
In addition ta hunger snd epi
demic of influenza has started and
shelter must be provided or ty
phoid fever, influenea and malaria
may increase the death toll.
At Guayama 200 cases of in
fluenza have made necessary the
impromptu establishment of an
emergency hospital for which
tents have been dispatched from
San Juan. If l those and others
exposed to the elements are not
given immediately, the Red Cross
officials believe that a dangerous
epidemic is iripTOspect.
The steamship Padrico late to
day was being loaded with 200
tons of food to proceed to Arroyo
on the southeast coast for distri
bution there and in the interior.
Consolidation of Necombe-
Hawley. Inc., and the United Rad
io Corporation into the United
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STORE NO. 15 R. F. D. 3 ' - -STORE
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NO. 5 Highland No. Commercial
STORE NO. 81705 No. Cottage St.
RICE'S GROCERY 12thi and State St.
PHONES 2819 and 1900
PHONE 494 -PHONE
Hal J. Hjort, Mgr.
Harry Burnside, ' Mgr.
Roy Rice, Mgr.
O. P. Driggs, Mgr.
Earl Smith, Mgr.
Chas. Wilson, Mgr.
Also stores at Stayton, Scio, Lebanon, Monmouth, Jefferson, Dallas, Pedee; 5 in Yamhill Co., 6 at coast points.
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PURE -CANE SUGAR With other
10 lbs, at L. OOC
WHITE WONDER SOAP 0
10 large bars 4 C
HOODY'S BEST PEANUT BUT
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2 lbs. at w ..:
6 large cans
GENUINE SHREDDED WHEAT
Large packages OQn
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FuU Quart Bottle
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2 lbs. at
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4 lb. pkgs. at J a&Jl
Cherro Pasicalte Flour
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HOME SAVINGS from Our Complete Stock of Fruits and Vegetables
FANCY DRY ONIONS-?-
GRAPES 3 lbs. ..
or I SWEET SEEDLESS
LO C j GRAPES, 3 lbs.
Fancy Yakima Netted Gems Good Keepers Good Cookers
Very special at lOO-Ib. sack
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263 N. Commercial-Phone 2819
FANCY PRIME RIB ROAST
Boned and Rolled OP
1 lb. i-.ZOC
BEST PURE WHITE
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FANCY SIRLOIN STEAK Cat
from Quality Beef :
BOILED HAM Sliced
1 Hx y
Fancy Dressed Chickens tor that
Fancy Cut Mctj In Santas
Coolers at H our storo.
Are Your Floors Proof
Against l3raughts ?
If not they are likely to be the cause of
colds or even, more serious illness in your
One of the best ways to correct such con
ditions, and thereby safeguard your health
and that of your loved ones, is to let us cover
any such floors with .
Made with a generous proportion of cork
known for its insulating qualities Blabon
floors will not only stop draughts and make
your rooms warmer in winter, but they will
keep them cooler in summer.
Easily Cleaned Sanitary
Will Wear for Years
Being waterproof and spotproof they're easily
cleaned, and. furthermore, they'll stand hard wear
for years with comparatively little care.
We have appropriate patterns for any of your
rooms. Let us show them to you tomorrow.
I IP UJiJurjlUllU IlllEvB UJ 2 i
tlora was burned orer by the two
tires, which residents said were
the worst in many years, it was
impoible, timber companies said
today, to estimate as yet the ex
tent ot the damage.
Ton can tell how old a man J
by a simple current test: Does he
quote that recent saying of henr
Ford on his 65th birthday aanl.
versary, that "the world is run by
men orer 50"? Sarannah News.
Free Delivery Orders Over $1.00
You must save if you buy at Piggly Wlfjgly. The .
same price and high quality to everyone. A few sav
ings that will help buy school books and clothes.
Crystal White 7 Bars
Laundry Soap 25 c
3 lbs. jf
Fancy Rice, Red Beans, Macaroni, Spa
ghetti and Noodles.
10 lbs. 77c Save in quantity
IFVallgeff's 525ee Q7p
9 pnirvn r a v Wlw
None sold to other stores at this price
Better Than Usual 9 lb. Bag
Choice Seedless Raisins, 4 lb. bags 25c
Use them in cooking. 4 bags 97c
Cookies for the Kiddies, 19c Dx
Plain AaBorted. 3 lbs. 55c
CROWN-BEST FLOUR J 1.78 (Limit)
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, LB.
Like Mother used to make
Choice Young Hens,
Fresh and Cleanly Picked, lb
The Best Vegetable Shortening,
4 lb. Limit
MR. FARMER! We pay the highest price for
top veal and fresh eggs.
245 N. Com.
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