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The Nvto Oksqok Statbsm an. Salem. Oregon, Wednesday Mendny, November IS, 1919
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1Salem's Social Activities Chronicled; What the Women are Doing
RUTH MAE LAWRENCE Society Editor
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Mrs. i4. S. Hussey
A delightful affair of. mid-No-vember
was the six tabid
bridge tea which Mrs. A- S.
Hauwy entertained in her home
on South Church street Tuesday
afternoon. Immense baskets "of
gold and white chrysanthemums
were effectively used about tha
spacious living roemi of the Hu-
feral additional guest were
for the tea hour, when
Mn. d C. Locke, Mrs. Harry
weidmer and Mra. Ed Baker as -
M-s. W. H. Dancy won the firs!,
PTJ tor high score honors. Tn
stsednd prize went to Mrs. W. D.
Kvans and the third prize wa
awactied to Mrs. John Craig.
Urs. Hussey's -guests Included
Mrs. Sam Adolph, Mrs. O. C.
Locke. Mrs. Margaret Le Furgy,
Mrs. Homer H. Smith, Mrs. H. H.
Olinper. Mrs. Ed Baker, Mrs. W.
H. Iancy, Mrs. Arthur Wallace,
Mra. Fred Brock, Mrs. Ray Hart
man. Mrs. C. N. Laughrige, Mrs.
Ed "Wood, Mrs. Hal Wiley, Mrs.
Harry Weidmer, Mrs. Koy Byrd,
Mrs. Kd Rostein, Mrs. Fred Vies
ko, "Mrs. Frank Durbin Sr., Mrs.
D. C. Minto, Mrs. Ed Gillingham,
Mra. C. B. McCullough, Mrs. W.
Ai Jones. Mrs. John Caughell, Mrs.
W. D. Evans, Mrs. Kittie (Sraver,
Mra. John Craig, Mrs. W. A. John
son. Mrs. W. Everett Anderson,
und .Mrs. W. 11. Dancy.
Methodist W. F. M. S.
Meet This Afternoon
A. A. Lee will give the
rywf the general executive
li--tTunfc of U;e national Women's
1 .ireigu Missionary societj, held
iH.fiiny at Los Angeles with the
fjfven branch &tcifiies of the
I ijitfd Stales pai tictpating, at
tiM' regular business sasion of
iff- First Metliodist V. F. M. S.
in the church pallors this after
noon." In addition to Mrs. Lee's
report, reports of the Columbia
Kiver branch meeting will be
made, probably by Mrs. George H.
Aiden, Mrs. n. AI. Durkheimer
and Mrs. M. C. Fiadley.
Devotions will be led by Mrs.
B. L. Sleeves, and the lesson will
We given by Mrs. . John Reed.
Hsie,ses will be Mrs. K. K. On
ling. Mrs. B. S. Savage and Mrs.
P. r Stolzheise
Mis. Harry liowe and Miss
Kathryn Roue returned from a
. wek-end at Portland lata Sun
day afternoon. Mrs. Rows and
Misa Rowe were guesta Friday
argil; at a dinner aance given in
honor of Mrs. Rowe's nephaa-s, ;
aad Saturday night they were en
tertained at the big DeMolay
daoc- in the Masonic em pie.
---SttJ-4?5t2-:hJ aoi orRy of Wil
lauiTve' university Is spoasoring
a beiefit sal today and tomor
rowjjvthe Blight building, Just
aotrft the Eisinore theatre on
South High street. The'sale will
include Christmas novelties, an
llque and Oriental goods from
the stock of a Portland gift im
porter who is a frijd of the
sorority. Miss Beinrice Look
bart, president of the house, it
being assisted by all members of
the sorority In arranging for the
W. B. A. Clubs to
Meet This Week
Members of the two Women's
Benefit Association clubs will
nn-wt this week to prepare for the
cooked food sale which the asso
ciation will sponsor Saturday in
th old Cross market on State
The West Way club members
will meet Thursday afternoon with
Mn Frank Boehrmger ad hostess
in her home, 2 60 Wilsou street,
to complete their final plans.
Al-rakers of the tiolcien West club
wtU meet at 7 o'clock Friday
ri tjlit at the home of Mrs. Jennie
Mr. iol South Nineteenth
stiQU) make candy for the
cl food tale the following
Simplicity Marks '
Qui t loveliness was the key
aot o .the marriage of Miss Alyce
S:haJh r to Walter Wlllecke at 4
o'clock Saturday afternoon at the
home of the groom's parents,
Route .1, Salem. Only immediate
relatives were present.
Tne bride was charmingly at
tired It pink crepe de chine, car
rying pretty boquet of butterfly
rotiaaaiid wearing a wreath of forget-me-nots.
Rev. G. Rutsch performed
th ceremony, after which a four
course wedding dinner was served.
The young couple left imme
diately for a wedding trip, and
upon their return will make their
home on Fairview avenue.
Members of the Beta Chi sorori
ty m fjming a line party for the
MorwTV Olsen play tonight In the
The boys' classes of the First
Preabrterian church will sponsor
a vaudeville performance In the
aocJal hall of the church building
tonight at 8 o'clock.
MrE. E. Bergman, national
fiftiCvT Daughters of Un
lo vSTerans t the Civil War,
.will: be the speaker at the Eccle
aia dab luncheon Thursday at the
Tna Liberty Woman's cia will
wt' Thursday afternoon at S
la ths Liberty hall.
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Miss Margaret Boreing, of Magnolia, Ark., has been chosen queen
of love and beauty of south Arkansas. First crowned at the chambei
of commerce meeting in Camden she has added to her laurels by
representing the state at the tri-state fair in Memphis, Tenn., and
the rice carnival at Stuttgart, Ark.
P. M. Club Has First
Meeting of Season
The latest card rlub to open
their season was the P. M. club,
which was entertained Monday at
the Elks club with luncheon and
an afternoon of bridge by Mrs. M.
iO. Petteys and Mrs. Wayne Henry.
Bright gold and bronze chry
santhemums combined with tall
golden tapers centered the lunch
eon tables, with covers placed for
the four new members, Mrs. D.
X. Beechler, Mrs. Charles Pratt,
Mrs. Harry Crawford, Mrs. Lee
Gibson: and for the old member
group, Mrs. Arthur Utley, Mrs.
Frank Crawford. Mrs. C. C. Chaf
fee. Mrs. C. C. Page. Mrs. E. W.
Peterson, Mrs. Lou Grote, Mrs.
Ralph Allen, Mrs. Wayne Henry
and Mrs. M. C. Petteys.
The club holds their card
scores until the end of the sea
son, and awards for high scores
are msde at that time. Mrs. Ar
thur Utley aad Mrs. Ralph Allen
wtll entertain the club a their
W. M. S. Meets Today
Members of the Women's Mis
sionary societies of the- First
Presbyterian church will meet
jthis afternoon in the church
building, with Mrs. Norman Ken
dall TuHy as the leader. All wo
men of the church and all others.
interested are invited to attend,
j Mrs. R. c. Davis, chairman of
I he hostess commitee, is being as
sisted by Mrs. Blair, Mrs. H. J.
i Bean, Mrs. George Brown, Mrs.
J. S. Mills. Mrs. W. W. Rose
jbraugh. Mrs. Allea Rutherford,
jMrs. Rodney Myers, Mrs. Etta
(Savage, and Mrs. William McGil
i chriat, Jr.
The women of St. Vincent de
Paul Catholic church are sponsor
ing a card party to be held In the
parish hall on Myrtle avenue.
Wednesday evening. 500 will be
played, and refreshments served.
Prizes will be given for high and
low scores. This will be the third
party of the pre-Advent series.
The woman and man making the
highest scores for the series will
be awarded special prizes.
Plan for Big Bazaar
Elaborate preparations are be-
jing made for the annual bazaar
jwihrh will be sponsored by the
Ladies' Aid of the First Presby
iterian church on Wednesday. De
cember , in the church building
at Chemeketa and Winter streets.
In addition to the usual bazaar
'sale, the women will also serve
a luncheon and a dinner.
The committee in charge of ar
rangements Includes Mrs. J. W.
Harbison, Mrs. George Pearce.
Mrs-. E. G. Ford. Mrs. W. S.
Moore, Mrs. W. H. Schultz. Mrs.
H. J. Mohr. Mrs. W. W. Moore.
Mrs. L. M. Purvine, and Mrs. Wal-
Members of the South Section of
the First Congregational church
are asked to attend the work
meeting Friday afternoon at 2
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Thom
as Burrows, 361 Leslie street.
Guests of Miss Marguerite Mae
Donald for the week end were
William Catlin and Gordon De-
war, both of Vancouver, B. . C.
Miss MacDonald ' and her aunt.
Mrs. J. L. Peacock, entertained
in Portland Sunday with a din
ner party for Mr. Catlin and Mr.
Faculty Women to
Meet On Thursday
Mts Oltrw M. Dab!, dean of wo
men at Willamette university,
will entertain members of the
Faculty Woman's club at Laus
anne ball Thursday afternoon,
beginning at 1:30 o'elock. As
sistant hostesses with Misa Dahl
wll be Mrs. Roy Hewitt, Miss Lei
la Johnson aad Mrs. O, JL, Kails,
QUEEN OF LOVE
Mrs. Gordon Is
Mrs. Fred C. Gordon entertain
ed members of her bridge club'
with luncheon and an afternoon of
cards in her home in the Glendaro
apartments Tuesday. Dainty pink
chrysanthemums centered the din
ing table where covers were placed
tor Mrs. Gordon's mother, Mrs.
Nettle Gallup of Portland. Mrs.
C. H. Bussey, Mrs. Herman Scher-
ner, Mrs. N. F. Wicker, Vera
Suko, Mrs. Roger Woodrow, Mrs.
D. J. Madison and the hostess,
Mrs. Gllup was presented with
a guest prize following the after
noon's play. The high score prize
went to Mrs. D. J. Madison.
Mrs. Vern Suko will be hostess
to the club group next Tuesday.
Chapter AB Meets
At Fargo Home
Mrs. William Fordyce Fargo
entertained members of Chapter
A.B of the P. E. O. Sisterhood at
her home Monday night. The
annual Educational Day program
waa given by Mrs. E. C. Rich
ards, who spoke of the P. E. O.'s
scholarship fund and educational
program. Mrs. W. E. Kirk,
president of the chapter, presid
ed for the first time since her trip
to Nebraska this fall.
Late in the evening, Mrs. Fargo
was assisted in serving by Miss
Grace Elizabeth Smith. A great
bowl of bronze chrysanthemums
were used effectively in the liv
ing rooms of the Fargo home, and
yellow and white chrysanthemums
decked the dining room where
the late luncheon was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Graber,
Ir., entertained at a family din
ner on Thursday, November 8,
honoring Mrs. Graber's father, W.
('. Hubbard, on his ninety-second
Covers were placed for Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Hubbard, the honor
truest; Mrs. Susie Hubbard; Ken
neth Graber; Melborn Graber;
Mr. and Mr.s. A. H. ' Boock and
.on Vern; Mr. and Mrs. Roy E.
Pearce and the hostess Mr. and
Mrs. Jos. Graber, Jr.
BV MR9. MAW MORTON
Sliced Oranges Omelet Bacon
Whole Wheat Toast Coffee
Cream Vegetable Soup
' Celery Crackers
Grapes Oatmeal Cookies
Baked Pork Chops
Sweet Potatoes with Marshmallow
Mixed Vegetable Salad
Whole Wheat Rolls
Chocolate Gelatin Pudding
Doctors say every adult should
drink a pint of milk a day, every
child a quart. Milk drinking Is
largely a habit. You can train
yourself to like it and plan to
give It ot the family In some form
so that they get their quota. The
quantities In the above menu were
planned for four people.
Sweet Potatoes Pare, boll and
mash six sweet potatoes. Sea
son with salt, butter, and cream
and spread in buttered casserole.
Top with marshmallows and bake
in slow oven 20 minutes.
Baked Pork Chops Dip small
lean pork ehops In flour. Brown
in smell amount of drippings, or
butter, place closely together In
baking dish, salt; cover with
west milk and bake In moder
ate oven, covered, for 45 minutes.
and the last fifteen minautes
without a cover to allow them to
brown, if milk la absorbed while
eooktag, add A little more. Milk
ill all absorn, ana onops win
be brown, tender and delicious.
Social Club Cheer
Fund Benefit Is
rURTEEX tables of cards
were In play at the benefit
bridge party in the Masonic
temple Tuesday afternoon spon
sored by the soeial club of Chad
wick chapter. O. E. S. The pro
ceeds of the benefit will be used
for the cheer fund for the Masonic
and Eastern Star home at Forest
Grove. Mrs. Alfred C. Smith, chair
man of the hostess committee, was
assisted by Mrs. W. Carlton Smith,
Mrs. Estella Smith, Mrs. Blanche
Nelson and Mrs. Ella Vick.
Mrs. L. Mickelson won the high
score prize for high honors a:
bridge, and the high score prise
forvBOO went to Mrs. Ida L. Bab
cock. In the guest group were Mrs.
David Wright. Mrs. F. E. Mercer,
Mrs. F. E. Halik, Mrs. Walter
Pennington. Mrs, Harry Craw
ford. Mrs. F. E. Shafer, Mrs. Law
rence Imlah, Mrs, Fred Kirkwood.
Mrs. W. M. Buahey, Mrs. W. P.
Fowle, Mrs. Forgey, Mrs. Frank
Reeves, Mrs. O. P. Hoff, Mrs. O. E.
Price. Mrs. Marian Derby, Mrs. C
P. Bishop. Mrs. Sparling, Mrs. L.
C. Marshall, Mrs. I. W. Follis. Mrs.
B. E. Sisson, Mrs. Byron Lieuai
len, Mrs. W. B Morse, Mrs. L.
Mickelson. Mrs. J. A. Bernard!,
Miss Nellie Taylor, Mrs. Lou
Grote, Mrs. O. P. Thayer, Mrs. Id it
L. Niles, Mrs. Amos Vass, Mrs
Alice Rutherford, Mrs. Divir.e,
Mrs. Vlesko, Mrs. O. A. Olsen, Mra.
J. J. Tallman, Mrs. Pierson, Mrs.
E. H. Kennedy, Mrs. Howard Hul
sey, Mrs. Earl Paulsen, Mrs. Caii
Armstrong, Mrs. W. P. George,
Mrs. E. Daue, Mrs. K. Rhinehari,
Mra. Turner, Mrs. Ida Babcocic,
Mrs. Alice Coolidge, Mrs. Omery.
Mrs. Alice Cox, Mrs. Vandergrif,
Mrs. George M, King, Mrs. B. B.
Flack, and Mrs. M. E. Starr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Jr.,
entertained with an attractive 10
cover dinner, in their home Mon
Dr. and Mrs. George E. Lewis
are receiving felicitations on the
birth of a daughter Saturday at
the Salem general hospital. The
little lady, the second girl In the
Lewis family, has been named
Hike oh Santiam
Hiking along the south bank oC
the Santiam river above Mehama
provided the holiday recreation
for 24 members of the Chemeke
tans hiking club of Salem, Mon
day morning. The party was
led by E. M. Hoffnell. chairman
of the local walks committee.
Breakfast was eaten at the T.
W. C. A. cabin at Taylor's grove
after the groap had motored
there from Salem. Following
breakfast the party hiked to a
sawmill above Mehama where
they watched the operations of
the mill before crossing the river
to return to camp.
The next trip of the club will
be on November 25 to Croisan'
canyon. Miss Laville Perry will
lead that local walk.
Old Time Party
At Schulz Home
FRUITLAND, Ore.. Nov. 14
(Spl) An "old time" party was
held at the Scfculz home recently.
Games were the principal source
of entertainment for the evening.
Refreshments were served at a
Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Gerig and
family took Sunday dinner with
relatives in Salem.
Train and Stage Service
Commencino; Sunday, Nov. 18 slight changes will be
made in stage and train service. Changes aa follows:
SILVER GRAY STAGES
2: IS p.m. stage will leave at 2:20 p.m.
.8:36 p.m. stage (Sat. and Sun. only) will leavs
at 9:30 p.m.
An additional trip will leave at 6:30 p.m. j
TO SAN FRANCISCO
No. 11 will leave at 9:53 a.m. Instead of 9:43
No. 7 will leav at 10:25 a.m. Instead of 10:16
No. IS will leave at 7:34 p.m. Instead of 7:30
No. 17 will leave at 12:08 a.m. instead of 11:53
No. 13 will leave at 11:27 p.m. Instead. of 12:33
THROUGH STAGE SERVICE
"Bllver Gray Stage service will be extended through to San
Francisco leaving Salem dally at 10:40 a.m. Farej 113.50.
Local "Silver Gray" StageServfce
To Dallas: 7:00, 8:40 a.m.: 12:40, 4:50, 6:55 p.m.
To Monmouth: 7:00, 9:40, 11:40 a.m.; 2:40, 5:40 p.m.
(Sundays only 8:30 p.m.) ,
i To Sllverton: 7:00, 11:35 a.m.; 1:00 p.m. i
Wednesday. . ;
Hanna Rosa Courtj Order
of the Amaranth, Masonic
temple. 8 o'clock.
Tea sponsored by j Junior
Guild -of St. Paul's church.
Mrs; Homer Smith, 675
North Summer street,' 3 to 6
Ladies' Mission Guild of
American Lutheran church,
church parlors. 2:30 o'clock.
Women's Missionary so-
cicty of First Presbyterian
church, church building, 2:30
W. F. M. S. of First Met ho-
dist church, church parlors,
W. H. M. S. of Leslie Meth.
edist church. Mrs. E. A. Rho-
ten. 15S5 South High street,
W. H. M. . of Jason Lee
t society. Mrs. P. J. Voth, 2:30
Ladies' auxiliary fa Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars, Mrs. M.
H. Sim. 364 South Twenty-
fourth street,-2: 30 o'clock.
Women of Knight Mem.
orial church, church ; annex.
10 to 5. Missionary luncheon
and program at noon.
Barbara Frietchie Tent No.
2., D. U. V. C. W, Woman's
clubhouse on North Cottage
street, 8 o clock.
Eagles, pot-luck supper,
Fraternal temple, 6:30 o'-
clock. Business meeting and
social evening, 8 o'clock.
Vaudexille sponsored by
boys' classes of First Presby-
terlan church, social hall of
church building, 8:001 o'clock.
Benefit card party spon-
sored by women of St, Vincent
de Paul church, parish hall,
Social afternoon, U. S.
Grant circle, ladies of the G.
A. R., Mrs. Mary Baumgart-
ner, 2 675 Brooks ; avenue,
Chapter G, P. E. t). Sister-
hood. Mrs. F. W. Selee, Lib-
erty Road. 2:30 o'clock.
Open meeting. United Ar-
tlsans. Fraternal temple, 8
Liberty Woman's club. Lib-
erty Community hall, 2:00
Faculty Woman's club, Lau-
sanne hall, 2:30 o'clock.
West Way club of W. B. A.
Mrs. Frank Boeh ringer, 260
Wilson street, 2:30 o'clock.
Fri-Ni-Da club dance, Cas-
tilian hall, 9 o'clock.
Golden West club of W. B.
A., Mrs. Jennie Miller, 351
South 19th street, 7 o'clock.
South section of First Con-
gregational church, Mrs.
Thomas Burrows, 361 Leslie
street, 1:00 o'clock.,
8EBO HAS POSITION
SILVERTON. Ore., Nov. 14
(Special) Gilmora Sebo is man
aging a service station at Port
land. Mr. Sebo is a graduate of
the Sllverton high school but has
made his home at Portland for
sometime. He is the son of Mr.
O. K. Sebo who formerly lived in
the Waldo Hills. Clarence Sebo,
another son, Is at present employ
ed at the local Twentieth Century
store. Until a year ago Clarence
managed his father's farm in the
Waldo Hills. The elder Mr. Sebo
makes his home at Portland,
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Mrs. Mabel Walker Willebrandt, deputy U. S. attorney general,
doesn't permit a wedding to interfere with her political activities.
When she went to the Twin Cities to attend the wedding of Misa
Laura Volstead, left, above, daughter of the "father of prohibition,"
Andrew J. Volstead, former congressman from Minnesota, and Carl
Lomen, she made talks for the Republican party in St. Paul and
Minnesota. Inset is of her daughter, Dorothy, who thoroughly en
joys traveling with her mother during the campaign.
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was the most important eveut in
The fiist price on the menu
gave her such a jolt that she had
a sprained neck for the rest of
"Why, Larry," Byrd looked as
if her eyes might pop right out
of her head, "look! Supreme of
chicken, under glass, Mary Gar
den, two dollars and a half. New
peas, one dollar. Did you ever
'see such Then she caught
"Let's talk about the weather,"
said Larry, coldly, calmly writ
ing down their orders without
As the waiter laid the check at
Larry's plate, Byrd noticed it was
considerably over twelve dollars,
and he left a two-dollar bill as
Byrd's clear, golden beauty at
tracted attention everywhere, and
many eyes followed her as they
walked down the middle aisle.
"This dress is lovely," thought
Byrd, "for why would people be
looking at It? I'm never again
going to tell Larry what I pay
for things. Just because I pay
so little, he's sure there's some
thing wrong with them."
They listened to the evening
William Wallace Graham
"MAKER OF ARTISTS"
Concert Violinist and Teacher; Head of the Violin
Department, Willamette University
Jtwt leturned from a visit-to the leadirg muic cwm
of tlre"T'ni(d"STates and Europe
JOHN WALLACE GRAHAM, Assistant
STUDIOS IX XEW NELSON BUILDING
Cor. Liberty and Chemeketa Sta. Tel. 540
Mr. Graham has artist pupils playing and teaching
lit all parta of the United States
It's natural to associate high quality with a high price, but
when it comes to tires you can buy the best for no morei
than you would expect to pay for the ordinary variety.
Invite Us to Your Next Blowout
Open NIGHT and DAY .
The Station with a CIock
concert In the ballroom. As they
came out, Larry withdrew to talk
to several men. As Byrd was
waiting for Larry, 6he heard a
voice at her side.
"Isn't this little Byrd Haimil
Turning, Byrd faced a small
wiry man with smooth, gray-
hair and a handsome, shrewd
face. He was smiling into he
"Why, Progress Polk, where in
the world did you come from?"
and Byrd seemed delighted to see
him. "Are you vacationing here,
too, and are Mrs. Polk and all
the little Polkies here?"
"No, I'm alone. Here , for a,
few days arranging the prelim
inary business for our convention
next week. All of the bankers In
the country. Your dad coming
down?" he inquired.
Byrd smiled mischievously.
"Well, you s?e he's been so
busy marrying off his second
daughter that he hasn't had time
even to think about business!"
"Jehosaphat! Don't tell me
you're here on your wedding
trip?" he asked, surprised. "Gol
ly! I can't believe you're mar
ried. Why, you were running
around in rompers just a few
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Do you realize that
cost no more?
to Your Next Blowout
years ago! And I remember the
time I took you upstairs and
changed your "
"Now, Progress, be careful!
Here's my husband!" laughed
Byrd. as Larry Joined them.
"Larry, this is Mr. Progress
Polk, president of the First Na
tional at Cleveland, and an old
friend of my father's. And thi
Is my husband, Larry Browning,
also from Cleveland. Don't tell
me that Cleveland's two leading
citizens don't know each other!"
. Byrd showed how proud she was
!to Introduce Larrv to Mr. Polk.
The men shook hands and ex
changed a few remarks.
"What firm are you with?"
asked Mr. Polk.
"Church, Peterson and Dun-'
can, investments," said Larry,
somewhat truculently, Byrd
hought. "A small firm, but
"That's fine," said Mr. folk.
but show . by his manner that
ha had i y. heard of it.
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'I've known Jim Hamilton for a
pood many years. I want to tell
you. Mr. Browning, that there's
no finer and abler "
"Will you pardon me a mo
ment? interrupted Larry. 1 ve
got to run back to some friends
I've just met. Wait for me here,
(To Be Continued)
is Happy, Now
The quick, easy way those ail
ments of children, such as head
aches, feverishness, biliousness,
coated tongue, bad breath, no ap
petite or energy, etc., simply van
ish with the first few doses of Cal
ifornia fig Syrup is always a siuy
prise te those who use this fine
old medicine for the first time.
Weak, puny, restless and cros
children never fall to pick u
weight and gain strength and en
ergy under its gentle influence. It
stimulates the appetite, regulate
the Btomach and bowels and gives
these organs tone and strength to
they continue to act normally, of
their own accord.
A well-known Western mother,
Mrs. E. Gardner, 142 Burnett St.
San Antonio, Texas, says: "Pau
line Is rosy-cheeked, bright-eyed
,and happy, now; but when she was
itwo years old we had a lot of
trouble with her. Her stomach and
(bowels seemed to be weak. She
suffered from constipation and bil
iousness until she was fretful and
'peevish most of the time. Then
iwe gave her some California Fl
I Syrup and her trouble stopped
quick. We kept on giving it to her
and soon she was well and strorns."
Be sure to -ask for California
! Fig Syrup by the full name so you
j will get the genuine, endorsed by
physicians for over 50 years. adv. :
.. $ 7.75