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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OttFOnM. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5, 1916.
BACKACHE, PAIN IN
Dear Mr. Editor:
For a long time I suffered from back
ache, pain in left side, frequent urina
tion (bothering me at all times during
the day and niht), and the urie acid
in my blood caused me to suffer from
rheumatism along with a contsant tired
worn-out feeling. I heard of the new
discovery of Dr. Pierce, of the Invalid 's
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N. Y., jailed "Anurie," and obtaining
these tablets I at once began their use.
After giving ''Anuric" a good trial I
believe it to be the best kidney remedy
on the market today. I have tried other
kidney medicines but these "Aunric
Tablets" of Dr. Pierce' are the only
ones, in my opinion, that will cure
kidney and bladder troubles.
(Signed) Henry A. Love..
Note: Experiments at Dr. Pierce's
Hospital for several years proved that j
OWING to illness in the Bush fam
ily the Woman's club will not
meet at Mrs. A, N. Bush's on
Saturday, but will havo their meeting
' in the living room of the new Y. W.
C A. quarters.
Art objects for this interesting lec
, turo have been generously offered by
i Gilberts Frame Shop.
The club will meet Saturday at the
" regular hour, two thirty.
Miss Hazel Downing has asked a
number of the younger set informally
for tea Thursday afternoon, from three
' to five.
Miss Ellen Thielsen returned Tues
day from Vancouver, Washington,
where she was the week end guest of
Miss Lillian Conawav.
The Arto-Frisco club held a business
meeting on Monday evening at the
home of Miss Marie Havdcbo.
During a snort business session the
f lub arranged for a series of jolly danc
ing parties to be given this winter, the
first of which will be on Wednesday,
January the twenty-sixth. By way of
'varying these dauces, the premier will
be a masquerade.
At the close of the meeting four
' new members were initiated into the
. club, who were as follows: Mrs. Clare
- Vibbert, Mrs. Fred Ellis, and Misses
Bertha, and Emma Malclorf.
The club members present were: Miss
Pecil Rohannon, Miss Stanis Andreson,
Miss Ruby Baker, Miss Audrey Hicks,
Miss Dora Andreson, Miss Ruth Bohan-
non, Miss Turin Bewlcy. Miss Durah
Rrnssfield. Miss Crane" Tillman. Mrs.
Vay Collins, Mrs. H. D. St. Helens, Miss
Jona Peterson and Miss Mable Brass
field. Monday Mrs. W. C, Young entertain
ed with a delightful afternoon, honor
ing her sister, Mrs. F. Long, of Cald
well, Lluho, who has been her guest
for several weeks.
The house was gaily decorated with
flowers and Yulotide greouory and fill
ed with holiday cheer.
.Those bidden were: Mrs. Clarenco
Our Stock Reducing
Our Stock Reducing Sale continues until inventory.
This will be in a short time. Take advantage of this
sale now before it closes.
On absolutely everything in the store (with the single
exception of Rubber Footwear)
On our entire line of Men's and Boys' Overcoats,
including Cravencttes, Gabardines and English Slip
On broken lines of Men's, Women's and Children's
On broken lines of Men's, Women's and Children's
On our entire line of Men's and Boys' Suits.
On our entire line of Men's Heavy Woolen Logger
20 to 50 per cent reduction on all Women's Coat
ings on our bargain tables.
20 to 35 per cent reduction on the Novelty Dress
Goods and Silks on our bargain tables.
"Anuric" is 37 times more active than
Lithia in expelling poisons from body,
For those easily recognized symptoms
of inflammation as backacshe, scalding
urine and frequent urination, as well
as sediment in the urine, or if uric acid
in the blood has caused rheumatism, it
is simply wonderful how surely "An
uric" acts. The best of results are air
ways obtained in cases of acute rheu
matism in the joints, in gravel and gout,
and invariably the pains and1 stiffness
which so frequently and persistently ac
company the disease rapidly disappear.
Send 10c for large trial package or go
ta your nearest drug store and simply
ask for a 50 cent package of ' 'Anuric' '
manufactured by Dr. Pierce. If you
suspect kidney or bladder trouble, send
him a sample of your water and de
scribe symptoms. Dr. Pierce will re
port to you without free or any charge
Hamilton, Mrs. B. L. Steeves, Mrs. El
la Poole, Mrs. Mary Rauch, Mrs. J. L.
Acheson, Mrs. E. B. Carrier, Mrs. A. A.
Lee, Mrs. A. Graham, Mrs. Kurtz, Mrs.
U. U. Boyer, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. J. A.
Mills, Mrs. H. 11. Vandervort, Mrs. J.
H. Baker, Mrs. J. E. Allison, Mrs. II.
C. Tillman, Mrs. E. B. Millard, Mrs.
A. E. Hunt, Mrs. W. Sioper and Mrs.
J. A. Mills.
Professor and Mrs. F. C. Streysellnr,
of Portland, were the week end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. rank L. Purvine.
Professor and Mrs. Streyseller arc
both talented musicians and are very
popular in Portland musical circles.
Last Saturday the members of the
Relief Corps and the Grand Army held
their annuul joint installation of offi
cers in tho Mooso hall. j
Mrs. La Moine Clark had chargo of
the Relief Corps work and was assisted
by Mrs. Hattie Cameron.
Those installed for the new year
were: MeBdniucs Laura B. Mc Adams, I
president; Florence Spencer, senior
vice president; Mamie Winehell, junior
vice-president; Alice E. Caldwell, treas
urer, Mary A. Howd, ehnpun; Marion
Snover, conductor; Jennie Pape, guard;
Florence Shipp, secretary; Mary E.
Watson, instructor; Lizzie W. Smith,
press correspondent; Maydelle Smith,
assistant conductor; Alice Da vies,
guard; Delia Clearwater, Anna Sim-,
mons, Ada Simpson and Clara Gibble,
color bearers; Echo Stanton, musicians.
At the meeting in December, the
corps elected fifteen delegates ami fif
r Mrs. E. E. Fisher was hostess Tues
day to the members of the Mothers'
class of tho First Methodist church.
Following a delightful social after
noon, the hostess served a dainty col
lation. Mr:' and Mrs. Donald Miles and Miss
Margnret Miles, who have been in
Portland spending the holidays have
Among the gatherings New Years
ove, wus the joliy wui.n puny wviiu
by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Perry at their
nome on .North Commercial street.
Yulotide greens and blossoms graced
Games furnished the evening's di
version with tho prizes falling to Mrs.
C. M. Parmenter and Frank Schramm.
The New Year was greeted with a
supper including the following guests:
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge wincneil, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Radcliff, Mr. and Mrs.
Schramm, Mr. and Mrs. V. a
Golson, Mr. nd Mrs. T. W. Davies,
Mr. and Mrs. John Shipp, Mr. and Mrs,
Summerville, and Mr. and Mrs. 0. M.
The Juveniles were: Myrtle Shipp,
Irene uibson, rem Winehell, Paul Da
vies, Emmett and William Summer
ville, Kenneth Vernon and Leon Perry.
The Ladies Aid society of the Meth
odist church gave a six o'clock supper
last evening -in tho church parlors, to
wnicn there was a goodly attendance
Miss Mary Jones, who baa been the
holiday guest of her sister, Mrs. Long,
in &ugene, returned Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop have as
their house guest, Mr. Bishop's sister,
MrB. H. W. Starr, of Brownsville.
Mrs. Starr arrived Tuesday and will
visit in saiem lor aDout two weeks.
Charles Gabrielson left this morning
on a several weeks' business trip to
Mr. and Mr. William Barrett, of Al
bany, who have been visiting in Salem
ror several days, returned Tuesday.
New Years eve Miss Lucile Barton
entertained a group of her friends with
an enjoyable "Song Fest" at her home
on Aorta 20th street.
Games and singing formed the even
ing s enrertuinment, rollowed by re
H. M. Irwin was here vestesJav on
business, from Dallas.
B. A. Walliams was in the city ves-
terady from Independence.
Mrs. L. A. Jones and Bon. of Amitv.
were Salem visitors yesterday. 1
C, C. Scott was registered yester
day at the Seward hotel, Portland.
Dr. and Mrs. A. Bursell, of Aunis
ville were Salem visitors Tuesday.
Octave and Nora E. Voget, of Port
land, are in the city transacting busi
ness. George F. Beed. a prominent farmer
of Turner, is transacting business in
Miss Hazel Scott was called to Mon
mouth yesterday on professional busi
ness as nurse.
Miss K, G. Irwin, of Dallas, is in
the city. She is superintendent of mu
sic for the schools of that city.
J. A. Wilson, representing tho ve
hicle department of the Studebaker
company, is here on business, from
Mrs. H. Schaura, of Salem, re
turned to her home yesterday, after
visiting over the holidays with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Howe. Rose
Luther J. Chanin came up from Cor
vallis last evening where ho was at
tending the O. A. C. farmers' institute
to hear the lecture of Florian Von
Eschen at the Methodist church.
The Weather a Year Ago Today.
Bain. Temperature, High 50, Low 34
remember Laxative Bromo Quinine
cures a cold in one day. There is only
one "Bromo Quinine." Look for sig
nature E. W. GROVE. 25c.
The chapel exercises were led by Dr.
Hull this morning; he chose as his
subject the old familar biblical verse,
"Whatsoever a man soweth, that also
shall he reap." This verse, said he,
would be true, even though it had ner
er been writteu in the bible. It is a
universal truth, not a local one, for it
npplics the world over. It may be
snowing here, but that is no sign that
it is snowing in California or Florida,
while if a man plants potatoes no mat
ter where he is ho will under normal
conditions anther a crop of potntoes.
This applies in the intellectual and
niorul world as well as the physical.
You cannot entertain thoughts of
'.latre.l, envy, jealousy or anger and ex
pect to radiate a pleasant feeling to
vour neighbors and live a beautiful
life. The present war is an Illustration
of this, for it was racial antipathy that
caused the outbreak of hostilities.
Another truth is, that it takes a larg
er number to harvest a crop than it
did to sow it, and likewise a bigger
yield is reaped than was sowed. Hence
if good deeds, high ideals, true friend
ships and pure motives are sown the
harvest will indeed be a good one.
Due to the fact that school did not
open until Tuesday, no Collegian will
be published this week as the reuulnr
uay ror its appearance is Wednesday,
aud the stnff having only recently ar
rived from their vacations, the editor,
.uaxweii nan, announced this morning
that the next edition would be out on
Wednesday, January 12.
The college Y. M, C. A. cabinet meet
this evening at 7:00 p .in. at the Kloshe
Klub to discuss important matters, and
to arrange plans for increasing the
membership of the organization. Wal
ter Oleiscr, the president, has been
putting in a great deal of his energy
to make the Y. M. one of the most pop
ular onrnnizatlnn on the campus.
The Men's Glee club mot this even
ing for their first rehearsal sing be
fore the holidavs. Dr. Fra'nk Chace is
working hard to get them in trim for
tne trip which they will soon take in
The Philodorian program for this
evening will be largely conducted by
new men. It is as follows:
Instrumental solo, D. Adams.
Parliamentary practice, H. Miller.
Talk, V. Bagley.
Hesdius. H. Harris.
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap labttttotM Met YOU mom yrio.
We were surprised at the
way people responded to our
sale; but when you stop to
think about it, where could
people go and buy reliable
merchandise at such low
We still have clothing that
will fill the bill for this cold
weather and the prices are
right as the following list
THESE PRICES BRING
Men's Suits $10 ones at
b.4S, $12.50 ones at $8.68,
$15 ones at $9.88. $16.50
ones at $10.48, $18 ones at
$u.y, $20.00 ones at $13.48.
$22.50 ones at $14.98. $25
ones at $16,78.
One line of thritv on? Knife
in small sizes (34, 35 and 36)
the original price was as
high as Twentv Dollars-
special price until they are
Men's .Trousers 99. an
kind at $1.98. $3.50 ones at
$2.68, $4.00 kind at $2.98.
$4.50 kind at $3.38. SS.no
kind at $3.73, $6.00 kind at
Violin solo, C. Ohling.
Tho Wehsterifin lit or.,v .nninlu will
have nnnthpr nrnrrrnm .lnnlin., n.;,k tr.r.
eign subjects. It is:
r.xpcnoneeg 01 a war correspondent,
German svstAm nf imninnUrt.i,
ance, D. Ma"tthcws.
Accordion solo, B. Peterson.
Something scientific, F. McMillan.
Parliamentary practice, President.
Manager .I T? Ttnin ; ,i;00i
a number of season tiikta tn tti hoe.
ketball games which will be played on
wo tYiimmeue gymnasium tioor this
winter. In order to secure the funds to
finance the ramp. n.ih .tii.lan. ii..t,.
ed himself for one ticket.
Tho season ticket will allow the hold
er to attend seven games, as follows;
,;an. 1, n. v. vs. Alumni.
Jan. 12, W. V. vs. U. of California.
Jan. 29, W. U. vs. V. of Washington.
Feb. 5, to be filled.
Feb. 12, W. V. vs. U. of Idaho.
Fob. 26, W. U. vs. O. A. 0.
Mar 4, W. V. vs. Pacific C.
Governor Rides Saddle
Horse 30 Miles Each
Week to Institutions
For the next three dar
Withycombe will be busy participating
in farmers mid finm.. nnlm,. .1. n.
the Oregon Agricultural college. He
goes to Corvallis tomorrow afternoon,
having three set engagements. On Thurs-
uuj uiiernoon ne auuresses tnc dairy
men's association, and Friday at 2 p.
m. he speaks on the subject, "The
Horse Breeding Industry," before the
Uorse Breeder' nM.niatinn
day morning he addresses the girls nnd
boys taking part in the stock judging
contests, and has other informal en
gagements to participate in the various
Today the frnvprnnrS mtro Vtrt,A ....1.
die mare " l.nrtittn " i. ,l,inn.,i ...
viiuis uy uont. tiy the request of the
1S" iiuinuriues tne governor will
ride her in thn tiv. Ktn.U m..o.iA v.:.iA
evening Through the courtesy of the
Kurruur one oi nis young lady students
i i cuiicge, aiiss i.eia McKay, of
Bend, is to ride "I.oretta" in a wo
man's equestrian contest on Friday ev
ening. Today, in ficnrino nut ,
. t --n 1- v . - MdV w
which tho saddle animal has been put
since her purchase in April, the gover
nor discovered tHnt hu k. .M.l.n t,.,.
on an average ot not less than 30
miles per week, ot a total of l.DKO
miles. Practically all of this riding
nun own in tue vicinity ot ralem, most
of it on the governor's trips to the va
Lloyd-George has threatened to re
sign unless Britain resorts to conscrip
tion. But perhaps conscription will be
tried on him if he attempts to quit.
THERE IS A VAST ARMY
of men and women who really nevcf
know what it is to enjoy sound, vibrat
ing health who would be surprised to
suddenly gain that exhilarating vitality
that robust health brings.
Literally thousands without any par
ticular sickness live in "general de
bility", as the doctors call it have
headaches, are tired and indifferent.
To all such people we say with unmis
takable earnestness "Take Scott's
Emulsion after meals for one month and
allow its rare oil-food to enrich and en
liven your blood, quicken your circula
tion, stimulate nutrition, and aid nature
to develop that real ml-bloodcil life that
leans activity, eajoynent, success."
Scott's Emulsion is not a drug, but a
S truant fucxt-tonic tr from alvuboL.
buttle may help you.
UaM ft towns, DImmUcM, . J. 13-M
$256,000 of Decrease Due to
lower Values On Property
The total property valuation for Ma
rion eounty this year is $42,506,687
which is $843,348 less than last year's
valuation of 43,450,035, leaving a-decrease
of less than $600,000 in property
valuations as $256,000 of the total de
crease in valuation of taxable property
is due to the decrease in the corporation
values which is fixed by tho state tax
The total property valuation in Salem
is $11,848,494 and in schaool district
No. 24, the Palem district, which is
slightly larger than the corporate lim
its of the city the property valuation
ia $12,693,017. The total valuation in
road districts of the aounty is $26,605,
173 and in the incorporated cities of
Marion eounty is $15,901,514.
The seggregated valuations are given
below for both school districts and road
districts and the special taxes for next
year will be based upon these figures:
District No. 1 Value $4i4,65.
District No. 2 Value $217,370.
District No. 3 Value $384,405.
District No. 4 Value $1,549,594.
District No. 5 Value $187,442.
District No. 6 Value $145,176.
District No. 7 Value $255,372.
District No. 8 Value $333,460.
District No. 9 Value $332,671.
District No. 10 Valuo $179,676.
District No. 11 Value $375,325.
District No. 12 Value $642,220.
District No. 13 Value $297,694.
District No. 14 Value $530,969.
District No. 15 Vulue $665,723.
District No. Hi Value $63,753
District No. 17-Value $85,950.
District No. 18 Value $313,730.
District No. 19 Value $96,625.
District No. 20 Valuo $420,051.
District No. 21 Value $43,610.
District No. 22 Value $343,922.
District No. 23 Value $464,064.
District No. 24 Value $12,693,017.
District No. 25 Value $84,842.
District No. 26 Value $146,310.
District No. 27 Value $171,893.
District No. 28 Value $61,672.
District No. 29 Value $190,953.
District No. 30 Value $109,908.
District No. 31 Value $286,717.
District No. 32 Value $250,616.
District No. 33 Value $81,335.
District No. 34 Value $409,978.
District No. 35 Value $75,695.
District No. 36 Value $300,177.
District No. 37 Value $249,749.
District No. 38 Value $415,511.
District No. 40 Value $566,045.
' District No. 41 Vulue $195,281.
District No. 42 Value $91,500.
District No. 43 Value $55,973.
District No. 44 Value $268,274.
District No. 45 Value $444,126.
District No. 46 Value $128,158.
District No. 48 Value $355,555,
District No. 49 Value $26,830.
District No. 50 Value $336,514.
District No. 51 Value $266,825.
District No. 54 Value $209,158.
District No. 56 Valuo $171,601.
District No. 57 Value $423,037.
Distriet No. 58 Value $194,178.
District No. 59 Vnhio $350,475.
District No. 60 Value $261,072.
District No. 61 Value $223,644.
District No. 63 Value $196,680.
District No. 65 Value $334,863.
District No. 67 Value $170,620.
District No. 68 Value $178,806.
District No. 69 Value $223,027.
District No. 70 Valuo $267,756.
District No. 71 Value $350,519.
Distriet No. 72 Value $136,457.
District No. 7,') Vulue $157,433.
District No .74 Value $117,740.
District No. 75 Value $108,644.
District No. 76 Value $538,544.
District No. 77---Va!ue $513,403.
District No. 28 Value $216,419.
District No. 79 Value $498,768.-
District No. 80 Value $216,756.
District No. 81 Value $57, 860.
District No. 82-Value $258,150.
District No. 83 Value $84,500.
District No. 84 Value $250,018.
District No. 85 Value $64,615.
District No. 86 Valuo $145,192.
District No. 87 Value $51,651.
District No. 88 Value $662,730.
District No. S9 Vulue $170,675.
District No. 90 Vulue $416,845.
District No. 1)1 Value $696,413.
District No. 92 Valuo $179,530.
District No. 93 Value $98,365.
District No. 94 Value $134,721.
District No. 95 Value $58,793.
Distriet No. 96 Value $195,173.
District No. 97 Value $88.3J5.
District No. 98 Value $92,SSS.
District No. 99 Vulue $341,492.
District No. 100 Value $91,056.
District No. 102 Value $204,210.
District No. 103 Value $1,134,140.
District No. 104 Value $219,675.
District No. 105-"Value $52,16i.
District No. 106 Value $66,040.
District No. 107 Value $190,678.
District No. 109 Value $242,897.
District No. 110 Value $84,360.
District No. 112 Value $92,651.
District No. 113 Value $12S,802.
District No. 114 Value $311,620.
District No. 115 Value $193,810.
- District No. 116 Value $34,190.
IHc-frirt No. 118 Value $260,100.
District No. 119 Value $112,605.
District No. 120 Value $166,193.
District No. 121 Value $33,346.
District No. 122 Value $161,443.
District No. 123 Value $170,28.8.
District No. 124 Value $115,122.
District No. 125 Value $168,S65.
District No. 126 Value $99,514.
District No. 127 Value $148,104.
Distriet No. 128 Value $199,169.
District No. 129 Value $205,172.
District No. 130 Value $216,849.
District No. 131 Value $88,927.
Distriet No. 132 Value $28,7S5.
District No. 133 Vulue $206,975.
District No. 1.14 Value $217,353.
Distriet No. 135 Value $171,021.
District No. 136 Value $166,836.
Outside of school districts, $546,940.
Total schools, $42,506,687.
District No. 1-Value $458,920.
District No. 2 Value $695,581.
LOOK AT THIS BARGAIN WE : HAVE MANY,
MANY MORE DURING OUR
For FRENCH GINGHAM that regularly sells for.
25c per yard. We have a beautiful lot of this goods
fresh and new from the factory of handsome
texture and finish, in absolutely fast colors; extra
width. Removal Sale Price only
Judging from the way the people have crowded
our store, anxious to take advantage of our Removal
Sale prices, we will not have much to move when
the time comes. The people are finding out that we
mean what we say in our advertisements and that
our bargains are genuine;
REMEMBER, OUR NEW LOCATION WILL BE
416 STATE, NEXT TO SALEM BANK
THE STORE FOR THE PEOPLE
115 NORTH LIBERTY ST. NEAR STATE
50c Tea 35c
15c can Del Monte in
Rio Coffee, pound ... 20c
Two pounds 35c
Lemons, per do2tn 1
Best Hardwheat Flour, (PI AC
per sack $1.4J
14 pound- Sugar .'. $1.00
18 pounds Onions
10c Bottle Blueing
No. 1 Creamery Buttor
Pure Maplo Syrup, per f j
35c Steel Cut Coffee ..
Look around, then phone your
Damon & Son
855 N. Com'l St. Phone 68
3 Value $587,723.
4 Value $109,4t!2.
(5 Vuluo $599,657.
15 Vnlue $250,731.
7 Value $787,717.
8 Value $529,223.
8'i Vnluo $902.3H7.
10 Value $787,033.
11 Valuo $199,452.
12 Value $375,735.
13 Value $284,51.
15 Valuo $409,992.
rt Value $418,061).
17 Value $651,418.
18 Value $.196,473.
19 Value $693,119.
20 Value $255,794.
20H Value $461,440.
21 Value $242,462.
22 Value $238,003.
23 Value $284,490.
24 Value $468,370.
25 Vulue $251,672,
L Value $237,470.
27 Value $332,948.
27i Value $168,538.
28 Value $402,329.
28 Value $479,260.
20 Value $438,097.
30 Valuo $453,537.
31 Value $547,758.
32 Value $292,257.
33 Value $128,687.
33 Value $133,225.
34 Value $422,405.
35 Value $315,197.
30 Vnlue $315,017.
37 Value $283,024.
38 Value $310,820.
39 Value $551,810.
40 Value $236,888.
41 Value $414.41(1.
42 Valuo $322,141.
43 Value $60,480.
44 Value $221,644.
45 Value $314,374.
46 Value $342,036.
47 Value $315,03.
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BATES: 75c, $1.00, $1.50 PER BAT
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District No. 18 Vuluo $194,115.
District No. 49 Vuluo $475,549.
District No. 50 Value $293,068.
District No. 51 Value $110,846. .
District No. 52 Vulue $712,820.
Dislrict No. 53 Value $280,346.
District No. 54 Value $186,222. &
District No. 55 Vuluo $132,406. '
District No. 56 Vuluo $382,011.
District No. 57 Vnluo $110,970.
District No. 58 Value $132,709.
District No. 59 Value $08,170.
District No. 60 Vulue $347,417.
District No. 61 Value $190,380.
District No. 62 Valuo $226,060.
District No. 03 Vuluo $481,171.
District No. 64 Vuluo $458,475.
District No, 65 Vnlue $312,352.
District No. 66 Value $254,981.
District No. 67 Value $111,360.
District No. 68 Value $45,725.
Total vulue, $26,605,173.
Aunisville Vuluo $133,022.
Aurora Vnlue $J8,850.
Donald Vuluo $67,674.
OervHis Value $161,897.
Hubbard Value $227,734.
Jefferson Valuo $235,145.
Mt. Angel Vnlue $348,906.
Salora Value $11,848,194.
Kilverton Vuluo $1,068,727.
Stnytou Value $360,254.
Sublimity Value $57,308.
St. 1'biiI Value $56,068. V
Turner Value $172,217.
West Woodburn Value
Wood bu rn Vul un $938,04 5.
Totul value $15,901,014.
Grand total vulue $12,506,687.
Tortlsnd's flivver policemen are on
tho job; so beware of the flivvers.
IF HOOD'S IS USED.
The fionuine old reliable Hood's Bar
sapaiilla corrects the acid condition of
tho-'blood and builds up the whole sys
tem. It drives out rheumatism because
it cleanses tho blood.
It has been successfully used for for
ty years in many thousands of cases
tho world over.
There is no better remedy for shines. ,
and blood diseases, for loss of appetlte.'wtr '
rneumaiisni, stomach and kidney troub
les, general debility and all ills srisinir
from impure, impoverished, devitalized
It a' unnecessary to suffer. 8tr
treatment at once, (jet a bottle of
Wood's Sarsaparill.i from your nearest
druggist, you will be pleased with