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    The fwJ)iiFflnw Statesman. Salem. Oregon. Tuesday Mornina. February 19, 19 f 9
Society News and Club
Ouve M. DOJLK. Society Editor i
Portland P. -T. Tea
Of State
In honor of the founders of the
.National Congress of Mother
which later became what Is now
the National Congress of Parent
. mad Teachers, the Oregon Congress
of Parents and Teachers will give
m tea-this afternoon from 2 to
m.av gviKK in lire -i . rw . j. a.
eociai nail l ruruanu. ucicmm
with Mr. C. K. ! Phelps, State
'Founder's day chairman, will be
'Mrs. W. W. Gabriel, state presi
dent and the . past presidents of
--the congress and j the state and
national officers, j
The congrens has invited Mrs.
' Isaac Lee Patterson. Mrs. C. A.'
Rice. Mrs. Elliott Corbett. Mrs. F.
A. Donty. Mrs. IL M. Shaw. Mrs.
C. W. Merrltt. Miss Jessie Mc
Gregor, Mrs. Walter Sanceant.
Mrs. C. V. Rom. Mrs. William
- Metier, and Mls Lenore Mooney.
- Various speakers representing
the departments wBl bring the
greetings daring the afternoon. .
Luncheon Is
Event Of The
Among a number of charming
affairs for the wives of legislators
that make the social season espe
cially interesting this winter, the
luncheon thin -afternoon at which
Mrs. II. J. Bean and Mrj. J." L.
Rand will be hostesses in the II.
J. Bean home will be an outstand
ing event. ,
The luncheon will be a delight,
fully informal affair with a num
ber of diversions planned for the
pleasure of the guests from which
they may choose.
Assisting the hostesses during
the afternoon will be Mrs. T. A.
McBride, Mrs. George Rossman.
and Mrs. Harry Belt,
Sedgwick Post and
W. R. C. Entertain
A combined Lincoln and Wash
ington program was enjoyed Sat
urday at Miller's hall when the
Sedgwick Post and W. R. C. Join
ed in an anniversary celebration.
Seveniy-five ladles and gentlemen
attended the affair, the ladles be
ing dressed in colonial costumes.
The programwlas featured by
an address on "Lincoln" delivered
by Charles Howard, state superin
tendent of schools: Other numbers
included the flag ealute, with Mrs.
Mary Eatress accompanying at the
riano. a talk on "Washington." by
Rev. Stover, past instrctor of the
Grand Army, and a violin solo by
Charles Nadvornick, accompanied
by Miss Uenrer.
SKower Friday Honors
, The Rev. and Mrs. George A.
Mcrley entertained a group of
frends and relatives in their home
on fCorth 14 th street Friday eve
ning with a linen shower for their
daughter. Miss Pauline Morley.
who will 1-e leaving soon for Cal
ifornia where she will be married
to riaroa?o Fenson.
Late ir. the evening the hosterr.
rerved pretty refreshments to the
The guests included Mrs. Lane
T'orle". Mrs. Elmer Campbell,
rtrs. Carter. Mrs. Earl Adoni. Mrs.
Harck. Mrs. Clvde Comstock,
Mrs. Paul Bales, Mrs. J. T. Gray
hUl.'Mni. Clifford Garland. Mrs.
T. II. Morley. Mrs. Clayton Pleas
ant nt The n.tlles. M'ss Lavada
Tarter. Miss Kvelyn Hanks. Miss
viola Pence. Yvonne Aniranc. ana
Mis Betty Morley of Walla Walla.
Entertaining at the home o
Mrs. B. W. Walchcr Fridav after
roon. Mrs. O. J. Hull and Mrs,-Ar-thvr
Welch were hostesses to Ha!
Ilihbard auxiliary U. S. W. V.:
The program hour honored the
birthdays of Lincoln and Wash
Inrton. also the anniversary of
"Slnktng of the Maine." which
played such "an important part in
fbe war with Spain. Mrs. Mark
Baker won In a clever Valentine
vesc contest .
Guests present were Mrs. A. C.
rpke. Mrs. J. H. Crawford. Mrs.
H. O. Miller. Mrs. Chas. Brant.
Mr?. E. J. Raymond.. Mrs. Carle
tAbrams. Mrs. Mark Baker. Mrs.
E. E. Buckles, Mrs. Chas. McKin
ley. Mrs. Fred Thompson. Mrs.
J. H. Arnold. Mrs. LeRoy Hew
lett, Mrs. V. E. Newcomb. Mrs.
Lulu Humphrey. Mrs. I. Mickcl
sob, Mrs. Chas. Kinzer. Mrs. John
Revmour. Mrs. M. E. E&tes, Mrs.
A. T. Woolbert, Mrs. John Ber
telfon and ,th 3 hostesses Mrs.
Walcher, Mrs. "Hull and Mrs.
Central circle of Ladies" Aid of
Jason Lee monthly meeting Thurs-
day : at. parsonage. ;r. vic
Kuscber and Mrs, C. J.Hajreman
will assist, hostess Mrs.- Harry
flardner. . :
r held Wednesday afternoon. Febru
ary 20. in fraternal temple on
Chemeketa street with the Sedg
wick Woman Relief corps as host
for the gathering. The public Is in
rlted to be present. , -
- - ';' -. v..":-V--
- The Pocahontas Ladies will
sponsor their fourth card party
today at 2 o'clock at the home of
. Mrs. William Albright, i 1 5 Divis
ion street.. "-' "' f '
: . . :r .'i
' Mrs! E. t B. "LocTihrnrt, accom-
. panled by, her, daughter .Pauline.
wer here fon. short. Tlslt with
her brotherFrank Meredith, orer
; the wtek-endi" -YgM frS-
lirt. Frank Mereditlr left - for
; Fortlasi Friday afternoon for,
abort Tiait. ,;
i r '
1 Tha Carnation dab will meet at
th:; JaUrBal,Templa .Tkttrsflay
'aftaraooa at 2:30 o'clock, j
i&mf-: ... 1
Mori stardom for l$-year:oId Helen Ruth Mann must be de
layed until her father, in Texas, approves it, according to a ruling af
Judge Arthur Keetch of the superior court of Los Angeles, CaL It
seems that Helen had to have the court ratify her film contract before
it was legal because of her extreme youth, and the judge refused to
sign because he objected to the clause which aid her manager was
to get 25 per cent of her earnings until she earned more than $750
a week.
Mrs. Craig Hostess at
Attractive Bridge
Mrs. Dolph Craig entertained
at an attractive birthday luncheon
n her home Saturday afternoon
n honor of her sister, Miss Pru
Jence Patterson.
The high score honor of the af
ternoon was won by Miss Helen
Miss Caughell and Mi?s Hams
Jen assisted the hostess in servinp
at the dainty luncheon which pref
aced an afternoon of bridge.
The guest group included: Miss
Prudence Patterson, the honoi
?uest. and Mrs. Rn Adolph, Mrs
John Caughell. Jr., Mrs. Don Prit
'ttt, Mrs. Ralph Jackson, Mrs.
Frank Relnhart. Mrs. W. C. Jen
son, Mrs. Kenneth Wilson, Mrs.
E. Purvine, Miss Josephine Baum
?artncr, Mis3 Pauline Knowland,
Miss Helen Arpke. Miss Irma Bo
langer, Miss Eunice Robertson,
viiss Helen Ramsden, MLss Clau
dia Plank. Miss Bernita Lamson,
Miss Bertha Orfort; Miss Kather,
ine Hartley, Miss Edith Bragg and
Miss Margaret Breitenstein.
- - '
Miss Wrenn Hostess
For Bridge Tea
Honoring Mrs. Henry Kuck
md Mrs. Herbert Egbert of The
Dalles whose husbands are mem
bers of the legislature. Miss Etta
Wrenn entertained at a charming
little bridge tea in her home on
Court street Monday afternoon.
Two tablen of bridge were in play
during' the afternoon.. ..
,A note of spring, was intrp'luc
ad into the oriental atmosphere
by the arrangement of fresia with
English pussywillows and green
tapers about the rooms.
The guest group included the
two honor guests. Mrs. Kuck and
Mrs. Egbert, and Mrs. E: C. Good
win. Mrs. George Rossman. Mm.
McCIure. Mrs. W. E. Hansen, and
Mrs. Bright.
Harmony In Stripes
hi' I
V if. ; l
: V -.'
k The . design of this silk crepe
frock ;i ; cleyer ; harmony in
itripe. A scarf " starts at the eolj
la'r and rounds the back neckline.
There I a small Jhandkerehief
pocket and the belt completes tle
costume. " T
Carnation Club Guests
At "500" Party
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McKInney
entertained the members of the
Carnation club at a "500" card
party In their home on North
inurcn street saiuruay nigni- i
The high score awards of thej
evening were won by Mrs. Jessie
Chool and Earl Chapel.
After an interesting evening of
bridge, the hostess served dainty
refreshment to the erouo. which
included Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cha
nel. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kertsen. Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Hagerdon. Mr. and
Mrs. Ceorge Scnmultz, Mrs. isaoei
Rutherford, Mrs.. Mary Gustatson,
Mm.' Clara Parrish. Mr. Llston
Parrish. Miss Greta Bailey. Mrs.
Jessie Crossan. Mrs. Lulu Mosher.
Mrs; Eva Trover. Mrs. Sarah Hul-
ton Miss Dolly Allingham. Frank
Cudy, and Miss Bessie Wood.
Seldom has such a group of rep
resentative church women met to
gether as that which gathered last
Thursday under the auspices of
the Council of Church women, at
the First Methodist church, for
the observance of the Internation
al Day of Prayer and to conduct
the regular business of the coun
cil. There were about 150 pres
ent throughout the .day represent
ing the various churches of Salem
and vicinity.
A beautiful silk flag was award
ed to the church having the larg
est percentage according to mis
sionary society membership of
women present. The Calvary Bap
tist church tarried of f the hon
ors, having had sixty-five per cent
of its membership present.
The program for the day was
under the able management of
Mrs. W. C. Kantner and her com
mittee, composed of Mrs. Guy
Phelps. Miss Nina Gile, Mrs. Ed
win Nissen and Mrs. Linfoot. Mrs.
Fred A. Erixon. president of the
council, presided, with Mrs. Ora
F. McIntyre, secretary.
The morning session opened at
10;00 o'clock with a brief but fit
ting address by Mrs. Erixon. She
made an impressive appeal to the
couscil that the day- might be
spent in dwelling upon the better
things of life and that selfishness
and creed might be forgotten.
Outstanding addresses given
(during the day, were those made
by Mrs. Angela Jackson, who is a
brilliant speaker and wife of the
assistant pastor of the First Chris
tian church; by Norman K. Tuily,
of the Presbyterian church; Mr.
C. C. Polling of tho First Evan
gelical church and Mrs. C. - F.
Breithaupt of ths First Methodist
church. "
Special music was furnished by
Mrs. ..Catherine MIddleton. Mr
Jennie Uttley,-Rev. h. C. Stover
and Naklo Narlsue, son of the Jap
anese pastor at Lake Lablsu. The
work pt : the council among the
Japanese people in Lake : Lablsh
and Independence were special
features , of .this, meetings Rev.
Yt Norlsue, .ah .'.efficient Japanese
pastor, -.has ?, been. ,hired " by. the
council to.' carry on the work.. He
made a splendid impression on his
hearers as he outlined briefly the
progress? of the work.-
Rev. Norlsue reported that they
were holding regular services ev
ery Sunday. r,They,: hare a mem
berth! p ort y i n- their Sand ay
school. - On Christmas night they
held what wae for them their first
Christmas entertainment, with an
attendance of 130. Easter. Sun
day they fare expecting., to - hold
baptismal services. v ;
.- An excellent . luncneon - was
served, during the" noon hour' by
the ladies of the Bible class of the
hostess church. 'Through a unique
arrangement no two members of
any one church were permitted to
oe seated together. A male quar
tet composed of Newtoa Schmalle.
Lawrence Maves. Reubia Hllflker.
and Stanley. Haves furnished sev-
e.2i vocal ' aumbars- daring the
rn.hion. Thy were accocipai.
led by Mrfc Oay I'feelps.""4"' r
W.C.TOJ. Gives
; Program
A number of Interesting numT
ber have been planned for the
Salem W: C. T.-U. obserrance-of
Frances E.-Willard Day and the
celebration of. the; Torty-eeyenth
anniversary ' of the organization
which will be held this afternoon
n the W. C. T. U. hall at the cor
ner , of Ferry and Commercial
treeta.T - j
f The. program will begin at 2:30
o'clock with a devotional service
led by Mrs. Norman K.-Tully. A
number of Y. W. C. A. girls from
Willamette university will sing
"Follow the Gleam." Mrs. Alice
H. Dodd will speak on "Early
Days in Salem and the Union"
and a "Tribute to Frances E. Wil-i
lard." Miss Rnth Howe will sing
a solo, after which others may
reminisce. . '
All W. C. T. tr. members, past
and present, and " friends of the
Union are Invited to attend.
Woman's Alliance
To Honor Secretary
The Woman's' alliance of the
Unitarian church are planning a
number of social activities in hon-
of of Mrs. Minna C. Budlong, na
tional field secretary of the Al
liance. I
Amonz the affairs will be a
luncheon at the Grav Bella Thurs.!
day and a tea the same afternoon
in the home of Mrs. W. E, An
derson on Court street at which
Mrs. Budlong will speak to the
Mrs. Budlong. for ten vears oc
cupied in .organizing and super
vising libraries in North Dakota.!
is the author of an important
book on library science which has
been translated Into the Japanese
language for use as a textbook in
that country. Mrs. Budlong is a
member of the American League
f Pen women and was, for a
number of years, executive secre
tary of the North Dakota state li
brary commission.
The women of the Presbyterian
church will entertain at an inter
esting tea-affair at the home of
flirs. H. J. Clements on uih
street Thursday afternoon.
A number of pleasant arrange
ments are. being planned by the
women of the Mmmi. -
charge which includes Mrs C E
Siegmund, Mrs. J. J. Nunn, and
Mrs. Charles A. Park.
In the receiving line with Mrs.
Clements will be Mrs. Park and
Mrs. Ford. -
The Woman Foreign Mission
ary society of Leslie Memorial
church will, be entertained at the
home of Mrs. B. F. Pound, 13 SO
S. Liberty St., Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Bohrnstedt will have
the study hour. Mrs. John Huston-
and Mrs. R. Rasmussen will asssit
Mrs. Pound as hostess.
Dr. Estella Ford Warner nlans
to leave Thursday for Central
romt wnere she will spend a
ahort time - with Miss Mildred
Carlton who will return to Salem
with her.
Chad wick chapter, O. E. 8.
regular meeting In the Ma-
sonic Temple, a" o'clock. O-"
: Salem music . teachers 8 .
o'clock with Mrs. Henry Lee,
735 Stewart street.
' Frances Wlllard Day ob-
rejrvance .with program at
2;0 o'clock, corner Ferry
and CommerciaL
- Mrs. Prescott'a Drama class
' at 2 o'clock In the city H-
brary. - " . -
Y. K. K. Bible class social
meeting at the parsonage.
v Writer' Section at 8 o'clock
with Dr. Mary Rowland.
- South circle First ' Chris-
tian church all . day meeting
with Mrs. F. E, Birch.
F. M. S.' Leslie Memor-
lal church afternoon with
Mr. TJ-F. Pound. h
Ladies Aid First Presby-
terlan church at 2:30 o'clock
In church parlors.
W. M.- S., First Evangel!-
cal chnrch with Mrs. Bewley
at 1 o'clock.
Presbyterian church school
supper meeting for new
chnrch members.
.Sedgwick Woman's Relief
Corps hostesses at benefit
card party, In fraternal tern--.
pie on Chemeketa street. -
Ladies Aid circle meetings.
of Firs M. E. church.
Daughters of the Nile meet
at 10 o'clock for sewing at
Masonic Temple.
' W. M. S. Mill street Meth-
odist church evening sewing
bee with Mrs. L. Rudie,
2145 State street.
- Faculty Women's club
with Mrs. C. G. Doney at
823 South 42th.
Presbyterian women's sil-
ver tea with Mrs. H. J. Clem-
ents, 360 N. 14th.
Central circle Ladies Aid.
Jason Lee church, meet at
the parsonage.
Carnation club at 2:30 In
Fraternal Temple.
D. A. R. silver tea at
School for the Deaf. All
women Invited.
Nebraska club get-together
at 6:30 o'clock in Leslie M.
City Girl Reserve commit-
tee at Y. W. C. A., 12 o'clock.
Wee Dancer Entertains
At Fraternity Formal
Little Pauline Zoo Chambers,
dainty little eight-year old pupil
of Miss Barbara Barnes' dance
studio entertained the members oi
the Tau Delta fraternity at O. S.
C. and their guests last Saturday
evening when she gave a number
of features at the fraternity's for
mal dance. The numbers included
a tap dance, acrobatics and a
charming little encore.
Between 30 and 35 members of
the Junior Epworth league of the
Leslie Memorial church gathered
at the J. W. Ritchie home, 1720
South Winter street, Friday night
to enjoy a Valentine party and
program. MLis Margaret Leav
enworth is advisor and director of
the junior league.
The Tlef club will sponsor a
benefit card party from 2 until 4
o'clock this afternoon at the Fra
ternal temple. The committee on
arrangements includes Mrs. Sil
via Furlough, Mrs. Alice Davies.
and Mrs. Lucille Thompson.
Peter s Adventures
"There. I hone that will tah
you a lesson, boyl" screeched the
Parrot, furiously. "That first burr
I threw at you for my captive sis
ters eae, me otners are on my
own account. I wish they had
knocked your eye out, so I do."
"'Pollv. Poflv. - for tfnnH nm
sake, ston that noise" fthe hird
was now making a furious racket)
ana listen to me. Peter clapped
his hands to attract the parrot's
attention. "My Poll would not
like it a bit if she knew you tried
to hurt me.- Sheloves you, you
know, and wouldn't do a thinsr to
harm me for all the world.
"You didn't wait until I could
tell you that she does not always
nave a cnam upon her foot. When
the day Is pleasant Poll rides upon
my shoulder all over the farm.
She and I are the best of friends
and many are the good times that
we hare had together."
"Why didn't you tell me so In
the first place?" demanded the
Parrot, indignantly. "Why don't
you loose ber leg and let her fly
about as she will? I don't believe
you are telling the truth. I should
hate you If I were the poor Poll
you kept chained up like that."
Polly was glaring down-at the
boy with anything but a pleasant
look in her eyes. She had some
thing in her claw, and Peter sus
pected It was another cockle-burr
and he made haste to answer her
before she could throw It at "him.
"Now, see here, poll, what- L
the use of things going on like
this?" he asked, "There isn't any
reason in the world why you and
I cannot be friends and we will
if you will only listen to me."
"What do you want to say?"
demanded Polly, crossly.
The boy thought for a moment.
"I'll tell you what," said he.
"If you will come and sit on the
ground beside me I will tell you
all about my Pretty Poll and then
you can tell me the story of your
life. I am sure It must be inter
esting." Vlt isj" said the Parrot, shortly.
"But I can tell you all you need
to know sitting right where I am.
What do you want me to come
down beside . you for. To put a
chain around my leg?"
Peter laughed loud and long.
VDon't be a silly bird," cried
he.j "I haven't any chain with
me, and If I had what could I
do with it? Don't you see that I
am small not much larger than
you are and you could peck all
my, hair out If I tried, a thing like
"Besides, why should I wish to
take you captive if I could? You
are a forest bird and my Poll, is
a home bird and there Is all the
difference in the world. My Poll
wonld not know what to do, how
to live in the woods and you
would pine away without your
rreedom. No m'am! Don't think
anything like that for a moment.
I want you to come down here and
'it beside me. so we can become
better acquainted.
- By Lulu Hunt Peters MIX
ftutftor of Dietand Heetlh ndDier or ChildrerN.
Broadening; Hlpe
TfcAY, iiny private secretary
,hjs's a girl Impressed by
onr writing to frequently on
the need of periodic examinations.
went to a wom
a n physician
yesterday and
had a complete
one. . .
' She is in al
most p e r f e ct
health, but get
ting flabbly and
a wee bit broad
around the hips
from sitting so
constantly dur
ing the day. I
have been tell
lne her she
tUUlUKTftnijA ought to do the
Tummy Ten exercises and get in
a' little more walking, but you
know the prophet is without hon
or save in his own country. Now,
hearing the same thing from my
friend, she is Impressed.
Today she is going, to get up.
every half hour or so, during her
work, and, stand up- against a wait,
with her heels, hips, shoulder i and
head touching the wall, for "a thor
ough stretching. While !iax in
her chair, every once in a whl!c
she is going to lean back, her
shoulders and hips against tho
chair, and take deep braaths. And
she Is starting the Tummy Ten.
Before Ray began her secretar-
Mr. and Mrs. Eof f are
Hosts at Smart Affair
ial'work, she used to go in for a
Seat deal of hiking, tennis, awlm
lng and other athletic sports,
and her musculature was In good
shape. Doctor M. brought out this
vttal point to Ray: while there Is
very little wrong now. she has fb
think of the future; that she must
establish habits that will keep ber
from getting iheary and flabby
and under par. ;
. All of those who sit a great deal
of the time should do as Ray is
Our article on the Tummy Ten
will be of benefit to all who need
F. -A very, rough and dry skin
may be due to harsh soaps or to
exposure to wind and dust. Some
times even without these agencies
there may be a dry skin, and in
such a case there is thought to be
some disturbance of the Internal
gland?. If the latter Is true, It may
be allied by proper medication. We
must not - f jrget that the glands
and pll the tlaaues of the body are
disturbed by a wrong diet and oth
er wrong hygienic napus. ;
. A glycerine solution seems to be
the best colution for most skins,
but it must be very greatly diluted
to be soothing. Three of four
T-aru of rose or distilled water to
one part of the glycerine seems to
agree with most. A llttllemon
juice can be used in this, and if
there is itching, two or three drops
of carbolic acid to eight ounces, of
the solution can be added. ; Thia
should always be applied after
bathing, and before going to bed.
Another way to use it la to pour
a drop or two of the. undiluted Jjkr
cerine Into the palm and add-
er from the tap. j.
A. The eyes and eyelids ara
markedly affected by a diet which
is too low in vitamin A. Analyse
your diet to see if it Is balanced,
A. You undoubtedly ' have some
sort of Infection which lingers on.
perhaps through your lowered re
sistance. Until you can see an eye Pw '
delist, get a little tube of 1 !
cem yeuow oxiae oi mercury ,
rub it 6n; ttfe-eyeitde every, night--.
We have ktf article on common
eye troubles ' which gives a good
eye wash formula, and an article
on Balanced ' Diet which you may
have. . . ' !;
i " 1
Mrs. L. No, cancer is not con
tagious.- . - - ' i.
Sorry. I cannot answer your olh-:
er questions In the" column. You i
must go -to your doctor for
Tomorrow: The Acid and
kallne-Ash Foods. sj"
Kditora Xt : Dr. Pctara eaaaet
dtavnow. nor sire personal d Tic.
Tour Questions. It af ceaeral inter,
ett. will b anawr4 In the col
umn. In turn. Requests for articles
must be accompanied by a Cullr
self-addressed, stamped envelop .
and S cents In coin (or each article,
to cover cost of printing and hand
lln. For the pamphlet on reduc
ing and raining-, 10 cents in coin,
with fully self-addressed, stamped
enw'.ope, must be enclosed. Ad
dress lr. Peters, In care el this)
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Eoff enter
tained at a smart affair in the
Joseph H. Albert home on North
Winter street Monday , night.
3ards and dancing Vere the di
versions of the evening.
The guest group Included Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Slater, Mr. and
Mrs. Breyman Boise, Mr. and Mrs.
Dolph Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Hixon, P. D. QuisenberryTTir. and
Mrs. Milton Steiner, Frank Duf
bin, Jr., Frank Chapman, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Deckebach, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Deckebach, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Griffith and Mr. arid
Mrs. Bert Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. Errol Proctor
(Blanche Baker) are being con
gratulated on the birth of ja
daughter at their home In Port
land Friday, February 15. Mrp.
E. B. Proctor and LaVerne went
o Portland for the week-end tjo
welcome-the young lady.
Ail i
CMdWm't Bother :
" Some men throw-off a cold with
in a few hoars of contracting it
Anyone can, do it with' the aid o'
i simple compound which comet
n tablet form, and is no. trouble
rrxrjfiufid.'-irea v and--woaen -v-
1 "'(stQ&v
-t1 : " f- '. -
erywhere rely on this innocent but
amatingly efficient little tablet. -
You'll find it In any drugstore
yoa visit,' and for only 3Sc a' pack
ige. Sore throat, or a stuffed.up
head even grippy colds won't wor
y you, .once jto- experience Vhis
taick .relief, 'ff
ou. j Don't rdope" yourself .when
roa catch 'cold: : use Pane's Cold
.-o take- or-to always-here -about
Verdict of Woman Who
Tried Pinkham's Compound
Tullr, N. Y. "It hurt me to walk
or eit down without help and I felt
sick and weak.
My mother-in-
law took Lvdia!
E. Pinkha'm's'
Vegetable Com
pound and she
induced ma to
take it. I am
now on the fourth
bottle and have
also used Lvdia
E. Pinkham's
Sanative Wash.
The medicines
that will do for me what the Vege
table Compound and Sanative Vah
have done are certainly worth their
weight in gold. I thfnk I have given
them a fair trial and I expect to take
two- more bottles of the Vegetable
Compound." Mrs. Cuables Mob
gax, R. F. D. 1, Tuily. N. Y.
'Purveyors of
Foods of Superior
5 S
All This
El si nor e Line of
Canned Fruits and
We invite you to
sample this high grade I
line of canned goods
"Owners in Salem for 29 years"
"Doh, Daddy: didiou
Miug uaw ivytgi n Tin w s
"Mother Said I Could Have Two
Because They're Dovnyflake"
Mother knows that Downyflake Dough- -nuts
are made from the purest of wholesome
ingredients. She knows they are produced . vr
doughnut, fries and delivers" it in a basket,
untouched by human hands.
Serve them to the whole family,
Mother. They are certain to
prove , a delightful as well as
nutritious food. But be surrs
they're Downyflake. ;
Fresh daily at all leading food shots
100 1
For Sale By. A ll-Grocer :