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I was worried sick until
he told me
WHEN he was put to bed, I
couldn't figure out how we
were going to make ends meet. It
takes almost every cent he earns
to keep us going.
But the next day he said: "Don't worry,
denr. It cost me so little that I forgot to
tell you I'd tnken out nn ETNA ACCU
MULATIVE DISABILITY POLICY."
Doctor snys he's a pretty sick man, but
will pull through nil rlitlit. And that policy
brings us $50 n week while he's too sick
to ro out nnd $25 a week afterward
while he can't nttend to his work.
You can't imagine how relieved I nm.
Willi that money coming in regularly, wo
don't have to worry.
protect yourself nnd your loved ones.
Write or telephone, nrid let us tell you
about this policy.
E. E. OAKES
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porfimitiH, Jmir UvmUm,
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Prohiuition lut3 not ad' ancod as far
in England as jt has in Oregon. Eng
lishmen ate asking the bishops and
clergy to sign the uledgo to stop
I'rinking lor tho durat'o.i of tho war.
Rev. John Schror!; of thj Holy Trin
ity vipi'.rarr, Worcester, objects in tho
that the government should adopt
Fo:nc rai!cal niinsiKen berVe nsting
"that class whit !t in tin who c.jjii
try was bast add'eio i to dnut' i.niii.'S
the bishops and elerg.. to sit,n the
pledge for tho duration of the war"
Hev. Mr. Sharock wants total prohi
bition for everybody or else no.ie for
A century ago Americans stop, ed
tolerating drinking in the clergy.
Coos river will probably not be al
low any funds this year from the
blanket apprapriation of $120,000,000
made by the last Congress. Tho only
way funds can be secured is by recom
mendation of the army engineers for
wor.k now underway.
THE MASTER KEY
bus J OH N FLEM 1 NG aOLSON
.ksi i turn 1 1 ns
T II H Al A S T H It Iv E V
Harry Wilkerson Hurry Carter
James Gallon Wilbur Higby
Ruth Gallon Ella Hull
John Dore Robot t Leonard
Story by John Fleming Wilson
The seventh episode of "The Mnster
Key" surpassess the fast, furious ac
tion of the proceeding episode. With
the development of the love iiitorest
between Dore and Ruth continues
while both are at the Manx hotel in
San Francisco . A diversion is affor
ded by a trip to Cliff House and a
shopping expedition, which bring
Dore and Ruth closer together.
Ruth's protector, Dore, is soon made
to realize that Wilkerson is not idle
In an attempt to circumvent the latest
daring plot of the ne'er-do-well, Dore
is compelled to throw Wilkerson's tool
a former second story man, from
the roof of the Manx Hotel into the
hlreet many stories below, where the
body narrowly mi sue utriking panning
The tragic climax of the luteal e
piMide u calculated in astound the
pvi tutor, or it I'onii'M close upon tin,
heel of Dole' lingering good-nighi
Ut Ituth in tint upper roniiluj of the
hoivl, upon whlrii Imlli IlioJr rooms
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Milk Products at the
San Francisco Fair
Exhibition Demonstrates Methods by which
Product of American Cow is Given a
World Wide Market
Ilumamnity is to be benefited in
divers ways by the Panama Pacific
International Exposition, but in no
way is the department of economics
to receive more potent aid than in the
solving of the milk problem. When
it is realized that over sixty per cent
of ths nutriment of civilization is der
rived from which constitutes, with
wheat, the greater part of tho worlds
food product, the call for pure,
sweet, clean milk and also that of its
proper distribution involve a question
whose answer will go far to solve ma
ny of the pretty problems at present
vexing the philanthropists of the race.
There is a comprehensive answer to
this question. It is evaporated milk.
Now, possibly you, like many other
folk not conversant with the subject
will throw up hands in horror and
exclaim, "What feed my child on
boiled and sweetened and preserved
milk? Never! Why I would not use it
If you make such a remark you are
acknowledging an ignorance that the
"efficient housewife would flout. A
visit to the milk palace at the Panama
Pacific International Exposition, an
exhibit prepared with every thought
for the instruction of the consumer,
will teach you that evaporated milk is
purer than bottled milk. In these
days of crowded places, the demand
for fresh milk is greater than the sup
ply, and the cities stretch so far upon
the country that in order to feed the
multitudes, milk must be shipped fifty
seventyfive or even hundred miles and
kept over night sometimes. It has
therefore become necessary to use a
preservative such as formalin or an
equivalent in order to keep it from
The proces of evaporation as de
monstrated at the fair does away
with all erroneous beliefs regarding
canned milk. A condonsery in work
ing order shows you that nothing but
tho purest milk from tested cows is
tested and weighed by sanitary and
hygienic appliances, it is brought al
most to the boiling point when it is
turned into a vacume cylinder where
nearly every drop is evaporated. It
is then cooled, put into cans, hermet
ically sealed, placed in a steam oven
where it is sterilized. After it is lab
bcled it is ready for the marko t and
crowded with spectators when Dore
(Robert Leonard) threw a highdiver
especially engaged for the occasion,
from the hotel roof. Nets were spread
several stories below so that the high
diver experienced no danger in being
cost toward tho street. The chase
over the hotel roof tho fight and the
share which Ruth Gallon (Ella Hall)
took in the struggle, all were enthusi
astically cheered by the office workers
who viewed the struggle from sky
scrapers overlooking the hotel roof.
It will be remembered that in Epi
sode Six of "The Master Key", Sing
Wah, the Chinese opium smuggler,
escapes with Ruth from the cylindrical
trap room anil takes her down to tho
bay. When Doro and the police raid
tho opium den they are trapped by a
Chinese woman, who drops them into
tho water underneath the den. They
swim to a rowboat and pass through
nn underground canal into tho bay
where they como upon Sing Wah with
Ruth. An exciting chase follows, end
ing in the rescue of Ruth.
Dore Kocuies a room for Ruth in the
wiiiie hole) where ho h stopping in
San I'Vancliici), borrows hoiiio cloth
ing for her pending n trip to the
hopping district. In order In divert
her iiiiml from her exiHU-loiiro Horn
lakes Ruth on n trip to Cliff House
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of extraneous matter and this done
right before your eyes, not a movj be
ing made that you are not able to
scrutinize. The practical householders
who have visited tho exhibit, leave en
thusiastic over the lesson they have
learned nnd fully resolved to become
better acquainted with cvnponwed
The outlet channel of Lake Garri
son, about a mile north of Port Orford
was filled up by the heavy surf of last
Wit of Beau Drummel.
nenti Hruminers popularity depend
ed less upon his dress than upon Ida
perfect self possession, his grace of
bearing. Ills wit, his good looks and Ills
good humor, according to Leon II. Vin
cent's "Dandles and Men of Letters."
tie was a handsome fellow, although
the shape of Ills nose laid been "modi
fled" by the kick of a horse.
"Ills reputation for bright and caus
tic sayings was very great The In
dustrious biographer has collected all
he (Mil Id lay hands on, and there is life
In them yet Take, for example, this:
Ityng, one of the iImiiiIIiw. was blessed
with n remarkable head of lialr which
curled naturally. Itrutunn'1 saw htm
one day In a ulir wit I) a French poodle
by Ills side anil saluted him with. 'Ah
Uytig, how do you do? a family ve
blel 1 see' And from that lime on.
we are told. I lit well haired dandy was
known as 'Poodle Ityng.'"
A Lesson In Natural History.
An Indulgent grandfather was enter
tabling liU grandchildren by turning
the leaves of a book on animals t'om
lug to the kangaroo, lie called their
attention to Its peculiarities and espe
dally to Its enormous tall Passing on,
after awhile he thought he would try
them to see how much they remember
ed of this talk about the kangaroo
lie asked. "What animal has the big
gest tall?" After a moment's thought
one little girl spoke up. "1 know, u
suake; It's all tall." - Indianapolis
"Can you give me a Job as oftlce
"1 might How are you on spelling
"We didn't pay much attention to
those studies at our school. Hut 1 can
model clay and do worsted work."
"Perkins believes that a man's char
acter can he determined by his hand
writing." "1 don'l remember seeing any of Per
kins' handwriting "
"No; Perkins always u-oh a tyie-wrlter."-Cleveland
Cynthia Did Mrs (Jaywldmv ever
succeed in b'-enklng her husband'
will? Mrs. Kiirlght-Oh. yes; U tig be
fore he died.--Judge
a further attempt to recover tho deeds
to the Master Key mine.
Poll by following Rose and Ruth,
has learned their room number. He
had about completed his nights work
when Ruth and Dore returned and
interupted him. Doro fiercely pur
sued the second story worker across
the roof of the hotel, cornering him
behind the great chimneys. Ruth
following closely after, witnesses the
struggle betwen the two men.
Pell has about overcome Dore when
another figure climbs the lire escape.
It is Tom Kane, who has returned to
San Francisco to report to Dore the
distros among the miners of The Mas
ter Key workings. Tom immediate
ly turns the tide of battle by drawing
a gun on Pell. The slippery second
story man, however, (dudes both Dore
and Kane. Just as he roaches the
edge of the roof Doro again c.itcln
him and throws him so heavily that
the criminal fals ovor the roof to the
street below and Ik killed.
Unnoticed by Doro, Kane or Ruth,1
Pell had skillfully thrown Hie deed (
down tho Inner well of the hotel I'j
on the arrival of hotel eiii". nd
tho pollro Pull' body in se n I I !
na trace of the dsiwls in ol.t in,. I ''l -pollrn
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Bandon Lodge, No. 130, A. F. &
A. M. Stated communications first
Friday after the full moon of
each month. Special communications
Master Masons cordially invited.
WALTER SARIN, W. M
C. E. ROWMAN, Sec.
, Eastern Star.
Occidental Chapter, No. 45, 0. E.
S. meets Friday evenings beforo
and after stated communications of
Masonic lodge. Visiting members
cordially invited to attend.
ADELAIDE E. REYNOLDS, W. M.
HLANCHE FAULDS, Secretary
I .(). 0. F.
Ranrton Lodge, No. V.VA, I. O. O.
V., moots every Wednesday evening.
Visiting brothers in good standing
D. C. KAY, N Ci.
L. I. WHEELER. Secretary.
Ocean Rebekah Lodge, No. 12(i, I.
O. O. V., meets second and fourth
Tuesdays at I. O. O. F. hall. Tran-
dent members cordially invited.
MARGARET SMITH, N. G.
MARY C. HARROWS, Secretary
M. E. Church South
Sunday School, 10:00 a. in.
Preaching, 11:00 a. m.
Epworth League, 0:110 p. in.
Preaching, 7:110 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, ?;:!0.
Missionary Society, Friday, ililtO.
W. It. SMITH, Pastor.
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Preaching, 2nd, llh and filh Sun
days at 11 a. in. and 7:110 p. m.
REV. WM. HORSFALL, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
Public Service, 11:00 a. in.
Evening Service, 7:110 p. in.
Mid-Week Service, Thursday, 7:30
All those who do not worship else
where are invited to come with us.
C. MAYNE KNIGHT, Pastor
10 a. m
11 a. in
7:00 p. m. .. C. K.
8:00 p. m
Wednesday 8:00 p. in.
A cordial invitation
public to attend these
REV. WINFIELD S.
. . . . Preaching
. . . . Preaching
is extended the
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching Service, 11:00 A. M.
ELDER A. B. REESE.
Church of the Bretherii
Sunday Services: Sunday School
10:00 a. m; Preaching serivce at 11
a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Everybody cordially invited.
L. B. OVERIIOLSER, Pas'.or.
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C. R. WADE
DR. II. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Ollice in First National Bank build
ing. Hours, 1) to 12 a. m; 1:30 to l p.
m; 7 to 8 in the evenihg.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Physician & Surgeon
Oflice in Ellingson Building. Hours,
D to 11! a. m; 1 to S p. in.
DR. L. P. SORENSEN
Oflice in First Nationnl Bank build
ing. Telephone at house and ollice.
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Oflice in Ellingson building, Phone 72
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Oflice in ENingson building. Ofilco
phone, 1152. Residence phono, JbJ.
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Oflice in Ellingson building. Oflice
phono 1211. Residence phone, 1101
DR.' I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Faby nnd Morrison Build
jig next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and
Ollice Phone XI0-J Res Phono 10P-J
Rooms 200-1 Irving Block
AMERICAN PLAN $1.0(1
and $1.50 per day. I
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