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THE POLK COUNTY OBSERVES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1917
Terse Tales of the Town
Floyd Ellis left Friday morning
for Salem, where he will visit with
Harold Miller, a student in Willam
ette university. From Salem Mr. El
lis will go to Corvallis, where he is
attending 0. A. C.
H. S. Smith, traveling salesman for
Henry Ross & Son, wholesale candy
merchants of Portland, was in the
city Friday visiting at the George
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McDougal
have returned from a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Trnrnor in Cres
irell. Miss Wanda Keyt of Monmouth
visited Wednesday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Holman were
McMinnville visitors last week.
"i visiting in
McMinnville at the home of his sis
ter, Mrs. L. G. Laughlin.
Miss Grace Stockwell spent one day
last week with Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Shultz in McMinnville.
Paul Hoffman has accepted a posi
tion with the Southern Pacific com
pany in this city. He will be cm
ployed in the shops. Mr. Hoffman re
turned from Philadelphia about a
Henry Friesen has resigned his po
sition at the car shops and has gone
Frank Nickcrson has been placed
in charge of the Willamette Valley
Lumber company's planing mill. He
succeeds Harry Hill, who has accept
ed the same position with the Sheri
dan Lumber company in Sheridan.
Mrs. Robert Ewing was in the city
Scoutmaster Lewis Burlingame ac
companied the Monmouth Boy Scouts'
basketball team to Dallas Friday
A. G. Kempel, a prosperous farmer
of Rickreall, was in the city Satur
day transacting business.
Mrs. C. F. McDevitt was the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. George Conkey,
in Independence, last week.
C. W. Conkey has returned to his
home in Independence after a few
days in this city.
W. I. Reynolds, who is teaching
school at Rickreall, spent the week
end with his family in this city.
Miss Edith Catherwood of Port
land is spending the week with
friends in this city. Miss Catherwood
was a former resident of Dallas.
Mrs. T. H. Starbuck of Portland is
visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
A. B. Starbuck this week.
Mrs. Arthur Vassall returned
Thursday from a visit with friends
in Falls City.
Thomas Catherwood of Portland
was in the city this week on busi-
i i D. L. Keyt of Monmouth was a
Dallas visitor Sunday.
Evan Viers returned to Dallas Sun
day from Portland, where he has been
.tinanriine a month with his folks.
Herman Hawkins spent Sunday on
,hii father's ranch. Wood cutting was
his chief amusement. Herman re
ports several life-sized blisters as the
result of the dav s rustication.
Fred Sinnett of Rickreall was in
t.hfl citv Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Balderree of Black Rock
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. O. Balderree over (lie week-end.
Murk Bureh of Rickreall was in
town on business Saturday.
Mrs. E. K. McNiimnr spent the hol
idays with Miss Margaret McCoskey
A. G. Rempel, who was attending
the Farmers' neck institute at O.
A. C. last week, returned home Fri
day. Mr. Pitman of the Monmouth Nor
mill fncultv was one of the inter
esting speakers at Farmers' week at
O. A. C. last. week. His subject was
"Converted Public Opinion.
Rev. Howard McOonncll, who has
Wn at the bedside of his father in
McMinnville for the past week, was
a visitor Monday. He states his fath
er is improving and hopes are now
held out for his recovery.
Alvie R. Morton. R. P. mail clerk
was in the eity the first of the week
visiting at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Viols Mortonl
Rev. Tupper of the Eugene Bibl
university preached at the Christian
church, Sunday evening, during the
absence of Rev. Howard McConnell.
The subject of Mr. Tuppers sermon
was "How shall I follow Christ."
During Mr. Tuppers stay in the city
he was the guest of his sister, Mrs.
H. E. Hinman.
Mrs. Fred Auer of Rickreall was
in the city yesterday visiting friends.
B. R. Scruggs of Salem was regis,
tered at the Hotel Gail Snnday.
E. A. Morgan of Monmouth passed
Sunday with local friends.
Milt Force was a Dallas visitor
Doe. Cherrington left yesterday for
Salem, where he will attend the ses
sions of the legislature.
Mrs. Henry Stump returned from
Albany Sunday evening.
D. V. VoMag will leave Thursday
for Portland, where he will attend
the annual meeting of officers and
agents of the Oregon Life Insurancj
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Larrabee, who
have been spending the holidays here
with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brune, left
yesterday afternoon for their home in
S. B. Tavlor returned baturuay
from Benton county where he was
Ano-no-ofl for a counle of weeks in sur
vey work for the Corvallis Lumber
company at Bellfountain. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. (i. btewart, wno
visited during the holidays at the
home of Mrs. Stewart's father, L.
Hinshaw, have returned to then-
home in the Grand Ronde.
-MVc T) (',. Waker. wife of D. t.
Wnlkor nf Monmouth, died at the
Dnllns hospital Sunday evening at six
o'clock. No arrangements have been
made as to the time and place of the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cosper return
ed Sunday evening from a visit witb
friends in Portland.
Mrs. Cecile Brown of McMinnville
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. Blessing over the week-end.
Toward Preston returned Sunday
to Corvallis, where he is attending the
Oregon Agricultural college.
The Artisan lodge will meet tomor
row evening at the Woodman hall.
After a short business meeting danc
ing will be enjoyed.
Rov H. Collins of Olvmpia con
ducted services at the Baptist church
on Sunday. He was entertained at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. JWi-
vis during his stay here.
Leonard Starr was a business vis
itor the fore part of the week. He
hnd inst returned from a visit of
several days in San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown and son
returned Sunday evening from Port
Ben Werner spent Sunday with
friends in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holman and
daughter returned Sunday from a vis
it with friends in Portland. .
Mr. and M.rs. Arthur Starr have
returned from an extended visit in
Guy Nixon of Rickreall was in the
Miss Mildred Cliapin, teacher in tlie
Falls City schools, visited over nun
yIrv in Dallas.
Harvey Guthrie of Monmouth was
a Dallas caller Saturday.
Mrs. Arthur Vassall visited in
Fulls Citv Saturday. - .
,1. 0, Hiiimnicutt of Buena Vista
passed through Dallas, Saturday, en
route to Black Rock.
W. P. Lewis was a business caller
in Falls Citv Saturday.
Ed Ilimes was doing some survey
ing in Falls City Saturday.
Dr. Hellwarth of Falls City was
n Tllnji caller Snttirdav.
Ray Thiers made a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Byerley of Rick
refill were in the city Saturday on
K. W. Evans of Bowersville was in
i:imcr Balderree returned to Cor
vail's Monday morning after spending
the holidays ith Ins parents. AH
ami Mrs. R. G. Balderree.
Miss Delilah Mi-Daniel, after spend
ing the Christmas holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Me-
Dur.iel in Rickreall, returned Monday
in Kugene. where she is attending
Mrs. J. L. Sweenev and son, John.
Jr.. spent the latter part of the week
with friends ill SilU'lll.
Mrs. V. A. Ilaynor and sons, Claud
and Ravmond, are visiting nt the
m of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harris
in Tillamook. Mrs. Haynor has clos
ed her home in this city, as she ex
pects to remain in Tillamook over the
Mr. and Mrs. Irving DeWitt Ilirnk
are visitin? with friends in Red
Bluff, California, and expect to be at
their home in Colusa the latter part
of the week.
AV T. Taoscott. former pastor of
thp Raotist church here, left Satur
day for a three weeks' stay in Port
land. Mr. Tapscott has entered into
tli evangelistic field work, and he
will tour British Columbia, and oth
er sections of the west before re
turning to Dallas.
Mrs. Carl Sellers is improving af
ter an illness of several weeks.
Mr and Mrs. Foster Odom have
returned from a week's visit with
Mr. Odoms' relatives in Portland.
Mrs. Walter Griffin and son. Rob.
visited over the week-end at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. DeArmond in
Mrs. M. V. Smith is recovering
from an attack of the grip.
Frank Rethel. Ed I Times. Doctor
Hollowsy and Herman Petre went to
Falls City Saturday to visit Judge
Teal, who is seriously ill.
Miss Lena Keyt of Monmouth was
m tlw city last week visiting with
Mrs. W. A. Dennis of Perrydale.
who underwent an operation st the
several weeks aeo. was re
moved from the hospital Saturday.
Floyd D. Moore of Monmouth
transacted business here Saturday.
I. F. Yoakum, wno a as Deen m ior
the past month, is improving.
Chester Glenn Zumwalt, a student
at the university of Oregon, visited
nf. thA home of hie mothett Mi's.
James V. Chitty, over the holidays.
Judge H. JtL. celt nas appointea a.
W. Teats bailiff of the circuit court,
for the coming session.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Ellis left Fri
day evening for Los Angeles. They
to visit at Redlands and see
other points of interest throughout
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Kaegi departed
Friday morning for Oklahoma. They
intend to visit several middle west
ern states before returning to Dallas
John Sweeney went to Falls City
on business Saturday.
T. B. Hooker spent a few hours
Saturday in Falls City on business
connected with the sheriff's office.
A son was born yesterday morn-
ins to Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Berg,
residing on Salt Creek.
C. L. Push of Falls City was a
business visitor yesterday. Mr. Pugh
this season shipped out a large num
W of care of "iuice" from his
nlant, which he has operated for the
past five years. He was the first
man to see the commercial possibili
ties of loiranberry .iuice in Oregon
and to put it on the market.
Mrs. Thomas Foster ot Bridgeport
is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. I. F. Yoakum.
Miss Sarah Toevs, who is teaching
school near Dallas, spent the week
end with her parents in this city.
Mrs. Ella Stoutter received worn
from Portland that Mr. Henry Nies
is seriously ill at his home. Mr. jnics
was a former resident of this city.
Herman Petre of Airlie is visit
ing in Dallas this week.
Frank Dinson ot Salem was in tne
city on Saturday.
Miss Gladys Cartwright has resum"
ed her classes at the Dallas high
Miss Tina Roberts returned to hei
school work in Monmouth Sunday ev
Mrs. Franc Hughes returned to
Corvallis Sunday night. She has been
visiting here with lier sister, ins.
A. N. Holman, representative of
Bushong & Co., was a court house
Miss Nona Lewis of - Falls City is
visiting her sister, Mrs. T. B. Hook
er, over Sunday.
Mrs. T. B. Hooker visited in Inde
Alary F. L. Lee, music teacher of
Portland, who has been visiting here
for some time and looking utter her
interests west of Dallas, has returned
to her homo in Portland.
MRS. R. M. EWING AIDS LIBRARY
Contributes 33 Books; Librarian's
Monthly Report In.
Mrs. li. M. fclwing donated 33 books
to the library last month, ranging all
the way from "David Harum" to
Rex Beach's "The Net." This is
the largest single contribution the li
brary has received for some time,
according to librarian Jennie Muescott.
The attendance for December at
the local institution was 2o;8. The
circulation was 1474; 482 of which
were juvenile and 9!'2 adult books.
Cards were issued to 38 new borrow
ers. Sixty-live books which have been
receiving a thorough cleaning aud
binding, have been placed in circu
lation again. Mrs. Kwiug's contri
bution included: George Thome.
Richardson; John Sherwood, Iron
master, Mitchell; Old Reliable. Dick
son; Return of Sherlock Holmes,
Doyle; The Sowers, Merriiuan; lio
l.n' 1'iirnm. Merriiuan: With Edg
ed Tools, MiTriniau; Prodigious Hick
cy, Johnson; Goose Girl, Maetliath;
Septimus, lcke; Prodigal Judge,
Ivester; The Message, Tracy; Danger
Trail, Cur-wood; Thirty, O'Brien;
David Harum, Westcott; Widow O'
Callaghan's Boys, Zollinger; Car of
Destiny, Williamson; Wayfarers. Cut
ting; Call of the Cumberlnnds, Buck;
Conquest of Canaan, Tarkington;
Rich Mrs. Burgoyne, Norris: The Net.
Beach; Man of the Hour, Thanet:
White Sister, Crawford; Brnvver
Jim's Baby. Mighels; Bronze Bell,
Vance; Corsican Ixtvers, Pidgin; Sac
rifice of the Shannon, Hickman; Lori
mer of the Northwest, Bindloss; Cap
tain'i Tnll-Gstp. Stockton: Scarlet
! Pimpernel, Baroness Orczy; The
Gambler. Thurston: The Light of
Reception For Risaera.
Friday evening of last week was
the occasion of a very delightful re
ception tendered to Mr. and Mrs. Au
gust . P. Risser, recently returned
from their honeymoon, by the mem
bers of the Evangelical church and
other intimate friends. The party
was held at the Risser home on El
lis street. Mr. Risser is a Dallas boy,
while his bride comes from Hastings,
Nebraska, where they were wedded
on November 19th, 1916. Having been
profusely congratulated and "show
ered" by the many mends oi tne
bride previous to their departure for
Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Risser faced the
music with great composure and ap
parent enjoyment while the perform
ance was repeated with variations at
this end of the line. If there was
any embarassment at the first at be
ing made the center of so much at
tention, it was quickly dissolved by
the sincerity and warmth of the
greetings and good wishes which met
them on every side.
No set program had been arranged.
Several young people responded to the
call for entertainment, however. Mrs.
Risser, who is an accomplished pian
ist, played several selections in re
sponse to tho solicitations and en
cores of her guests.
Later in the evening cake aud
moonshine (not the Kentucky kind)
was generously dispensed to all by
Messrs. Clifford Smith, Walter
Young, Lew Balluntyne and George
Coy, who acted as waiters. This was
followed by the presentation to Mr.
and Mrsi Risser of a beautiful rocker
and umbrella stand, gifts of the
ehiiirch. They were presented by Mrs.
Rhoda Lynn. Other gifts were also
presented by appreciative friends.
The following were present while
many others sent regrets: Mr. and
Mrs. Lew Ballantyne, Edgar Winters,
Clarence Kimsey, Rev. and Mrs. F.rs
kine, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hayter, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Morris, D. G. Rempel,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Card, Lucia Card,
Edna Card, Joseph Curd, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Young, Dorothy Young,
Alta Beach, Evelyn Beach, Mrs. Z.
M. Knight, Mrs. M. B. Young, Rev.
and Mrs. M. J. Ballantyne, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Staats,
Janet Launer, Lanora Craven, La-
verue Craven Mrs. Chas. Winters,
Arthur Winters, Esther Winters, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Hughes, F. R. Smith.
Mrs. Jennie Siei'arth, Mrs. Clifford
Johnson, Mis. Josephine (irillin, Ma
rie Grillin, Mrs. Nellie Hubbard, Mrs.
Joe Weigant, Mrs. Etta Huston, Lc
unilla Smith, Evudiia Smith, Ruth
Smith, Pauline Rickli, Mrs. Ifickli,
Senna Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Rice, Margaret Kroeger, Walter Bal
lantyne, Dorothy Erskine, Mrs. John
Lynn, G. H. Coy, Virgil R. Ballan
tyne. Farewell Party for Mrs. Braun.
After having lived in Dallas for
the past four years, Mrs. A. I). Hraim
and son Marshall, left Sunday morn
ing for Wiener, Idaho, where she
will join her husband, who is engag
ed in the bakery business there. On
the evening prior to her departure,
a number of Mrs. Braun 's friends
gavo her a farewell party at her home
on I.yle street. Music and games
furnished amusement until a late
hour, after wihich a splendid luncheon
brought by the guests, was enjoyed
.Mrs. Braun was the recipient of ii
serving tray which was given her hi
the guests. Those present were Mrs.
Edith Plank, Misses Pearl Vglow. A I'
ta Savage, and Edna Morrison, Mes
srs. Homer A. Robb, Robert Van Ors-
del, George Gohrke, George Cosper
and John Cerny.
Half Dollars and Dimes Received By
A shipment of the new coinage of
half dollars and dimes was received
last Saturday by the Dallas National
!bank from the San Francisco mint.
The supply received on that day was
limited but it is expected the new
coins will become more plentiful in
the near future. The bank is selling
the coins, or giving them out in
Change now to patrons who desire
The face on the half dollar bears
a full length figure of liberty with
the rising sun in the 'background.
The word "Liberty" appears on the
outer edge of the coin's face and
"In God We Trust" at the lower
right. The date of coinage is stamp
ed on this side. The dime bears a
head of the Goddess with the word
"Liberty" on the outer edge. "In
God We Trust" is at the lower left
and the date on the lower light.
On the reverse side of the half dol
lar is an eagle with outspread wings,
the traditional "E Pluribus Unuui"
and of course the usual United States
of America, together with the desig
nation of the coin's value at the
bottom. The dime bears a fagot on
its reverse side,- with inscriptions
similar to the 50-cent piece, Dallas
people who have seen the new coins
generally express themselves as not
liking them as well as the old ones.
Return; From Convention.
Mrs. V'miie Braden returnel Cun
r:sy from .rvallis where she was at
tending the Farmers' conferences last
week. She states that Polk cijnnty
hail 65 representatives at the met
ings. its delegation being exeeedel :u
sie by crly that from Benton ."un-
Standard Bearers Meet.
The young ladies elass of the
Methodist church known as the
"Standard-Bearers" met last night
at the home of Mrs. George M. Brown.
Regular business was transacted.
Silver Tea Will Be Held.
Mesdames John Farley, Harry Mc
Donald and J. D. Bevens will preside
at a Silver tea Thursday afternoon.
which is to be given St the home of
Mrs. J. M. Farley, 5(18 Ellis street
All the ladies of the Christian ehnrek
are cordially invited to attend.
Stepping Party Thursday Evening.
Members of the Young People's
stepping club will meet nt the Wood
man hall on Thursday evening. A
very enjoyable time is anticipated.
Music will be furnished bv Miss
Pearl Smith and Ray Boydston.
W. H. B. M.,To Meet
The Woman ' home board of mis
sions of the Christian church will
meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
IL G. Campbell tomorrow afternoon
Epworth Social Tonight.
The Epworth league of the Metho
dist church has invited all young peo
ple to enjoy a social at the home of
Mrs. Oscar Powell this evening.
Appoint Two Road Supervisors.
The county court Friday named
the road supervisors for districts 12
and 17. Morris Hughes received the
smwintment for district 12 and Gari
Mi-Bee, in district 17.
BANK GETS NEW COINS.
G. A. R. OFFICERS IN.
U. S. Grant and WiUiam Sherman
Posts Install Jointly.
XL S. Grant Post number 17 of the
G. A. R. and the William G. Sherman
circle, number 30, Ladies of the G.
A. R., held a joint installation in
the armory Saturday. The following
officers were installed: P. S. Green
wood, commander: H. P. Sch river,
sBiiior vice: David Smutz. junior
vice; Vunia Arnold, quartermaster;
Barton Jovelace, adjutant; itreen
Campbell, chaplain; Isaae Phillips, of
ficer of the day; John hteintelilt,
Ladies of the G. A. R. installed the
following: President. Mandana Sch ri
ver: senior vice-president, Martha
Cosper; junior vice-president, Alice
Marshall; secretary, Clara Coats;
treasurer, Frances Marshall; conduc
tor. Mildred Ebbe: sruard, Mae Mar
shall: assistant conductress, Amy
McCann; assistant guard, Annie Sto
ner; chaplain, Sarah Fuqua; patri
otic instructor, Eunice Darling.
The installation ceremonies were
followed by a banquet, speeches and
readings. , .,
Lower Juice Rate For Hotels.
The Oregon Power company has
been notified that the Public Service
commission has decreed a lower rate
for hotels and flouring mills through
out the Willamette valley. Until the
past, year the company was in com
petition With the city of Eugene in
supplying power to that vicinity and
rates dropped to a low level. Then
the city of Eugene bought out the
Oregon Power company's plant and
franchise and rates crept up towards,
but not quite to, the normal level.
Hence the Public Sen-ice commis
sion's action is to prevent discrimi
nation. Dallas will benefit by the
Jitney Dance Fails to Draw.
Scarcely more than a eorioraI's
o-iini-it wore nuistfii-cd into service at
the jitney dance Saturday night. Lack
of advertising was the cause, this
was due to the fact that the danc
was not decided upon until a few
hours before the musicians mounted
the platform. The affair was given
under the auspices of Company L in
Silverton Team Poor Pathfinder.
Members of the Silverton high
school basketball team are better at
locating baskets than they are roads.
They left Dallas after the game Fri
day night and got off on the wrong
road. They got back to Dallas about
two o'clock Saturday morning and
were obliged to secure a new supph
of gasoline before proceeding homi
Services held every Sunday in citv
bank building at 11 a. m. The subject
of the lesson-sermon for Sunday is
"Sacrament." Sunday school at 10
a. m. The same address will be given
Wednesday evening at eight o'clock
in the reading room of the bank. The
public is invited.
Salem Mayor Wants Reductions.
"More economy and less prepared
ness" was the keynote of the speech
of the nc mayor of Salem, Walter
E. Keye. to the incoming city coun
cil Thursday night. He advocated re
duction of salaries of some city offic
ials, abolition of certain offices and
a general campaign to cut down ex
penses. He also favored repealing a
large number of dead ordinances. The
me additional office he ursed was
that of building inspector. He warn
ed the police that his must be an ad
ministration of law enforcement, and
rrred in particular a rigid enforce
ment of traffic ordiuauces. -
IN 1916 THERE WE
Sixty Died In Year. -
Abont Even Throt
In the year 1916 ft
births in Polk eounty,
records of Dr. B. H. M(
ty health officer. In thi
there were 60 deaths, i
death rate to be just s!
than half, the birth rate.
In the month of Januar
11 births, four male an
male ; deaths totaled ei(.
male and three male, J
there were 11 births,' foi
seven female; deaths to
two female and one male.
10 births, equally divided
and female and four
equally divided among a
Thirteen children, eigl
five female, were born in
had the highest birth r
month there, were 6 dea
male and four male.' 1
births, five of each sex, a
all male. June had 10 I
female and three male ant
two female and three ma
so had ten births, divi
sexes the same as Jib
deaths, both female. - i Ti
lowest death record of ai
the year. t
In August eight i, oh;
born, three male and five
deaths in the month w
among two remales and
September had 12 births
and four female, and five
female and three male,
births were seven male
male; deaths, one femali
male. This month, with J
the highest death rate, 1
there were eight births, s
two female, and four .deal
December's record was I
all male and four deaths
Bring in your rags, rul
brass and I will pay you
price. Henry Smith, Dal
We frame pictures, D
thatt Sterling Furnitur
Dr. Rempel, Chiropraoto:
Dr. Stone's Heave 1
heaves. Price $1, for sale
Broken window T We pi
glass. Sterling Furnitm
The Dallas Wood eomp
to furnish you with mill '
loads and good service. A
on delivery. Phone 492.
Dr. R. C. Virgil, osteo
building: 9 to 12; 1 to 5;
Dr. C. L. Foster, dentis
building, Dallas. t,
Schevers, W. D., at 41f
knows how to Bhoe horse
For Fire and automobi
see Chas. Gregory, eity hi
Have you a picture to
need go no further than
have it done. Sterling Fui
The Praise That Comes I
ful Dallas Peop
One kidney remedy has
Dallas people rely upo
That remedy is Doa
Dallas testimony ; pro'
O. S. Clark, retir i
Uglow avenue, Dallas,
to be subject to kiiln
back got so stiff a
could hardly move.
tacks of lumbago th. t s
the ground and I ' v
up on account of the t
my back. My kidne."
regular in action at t
began taking Doan's
and they certainly did i
late years, my back h. -little
trouble and n
been in good conditio
Price 50c. at all
simply ask for a kid
Doan's Kidney Pills
Mr. Clark had. Fos
Props., Buffalo, N. T.
known eye speciaTfc
will be in Dallas agai
Saturday, January IP
Gail. Headache rd
teed. Dr. Turner vo
of Dr. Lowe's patier
during his absence- J