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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OKflGON, THURSDAY, FEB. 3, 1916.
1 OF THE
Tenth Annual Mid-Year Com
recent years that the system was so
changed that the 92 per cent of the
people who were not in the professions,
were able to receive un education or
prncticul use. ...
"Kow, we have the most complete
to train the children for the vocations
they will follow in life."
Superintendent O. M. Elliott spoke
briefly, explaining tho change in the
policy of the school board in having
the mid-year eommeuccment exericises.
educational system in the world," de-"Vhat we lose in number, wo make up
clared the speaker, "and fewer ckil-iin quality. We are proud of our boys
dreu each year are denied practical
school training. Only as far back as
1870, the average spent in this country
for the education per pupil annually
was $15.55, while in 1912 it was $36,111).
In giving a few figures on the high
and girls, we are proud of classes which
sing and we are proud of our orches
tra." Professor J. C. Nelson, principal of
the senior high school gave the presen
tation address and B. J. Miles, chnir-
or education, President Kerr said that man of the school board, presented the
in 1890, there was only 4,000 high I diplomas. " Keep on the line you have
schools in the country, while in 1912 marked out, then stick to if. " That is
statistics showed there was 13.2(58. Orc-!the only wav to success." said Mr.
The tenth annual commencement, I gon received 80,000 in the way of an-! Miles.
mid-year class, was held lust evening1 propriations for agricultural colleges, j The program for the evening was as
in the auditorium of the senior higujaud there is a bill now before congress i follows:
school, the address of the evening being I to provide additional educational fa- Commencement Exercises.
delivered by President W. J. Kerr, ot : cilities for the teaching of agriculture 'Ideal Overture Daniels
the Oregon Agricultural college, speak-j and home economics. High School Orchestra.
ing on, "The American Ideal in F-du- "Fully 92 per cent of tho people are1 Invocation Kev. J. C. Spencer
cation." 'in the industries and only eight per Little Orphant Annie Thomas
"The ideal education of today is not : cent in the professions, for aecales,J Girls' Chorus,
that of years ago, nor is it the ideal of our greatest seats of learning wor j Address, "Tho American Ideal in Ed-
years to come, as the American people training only the eight per cent. N( w, ucation."
are progressive," said President Kerr if schools aro to be adapted to all the' President W. J. Kerr O. A. C.
in his introductory remarks. people, they must give work of voca-1 1.ove 's Old Sweet Song Molloy
In tracing the gradual growth of the tionnl value." Boys' Chorus
educational system in the United States. "Nothing is more Important than ! Presentation of Class
President Kerr noted that in the early giving girls instruction in home econ-i Principal James C. Nelson
days education was only for those who! omic.s, " continued President Kerr, ; Presentation'' of Diplomas .'.
expected to give their time to law, "and the O. A. C. was the third in; Chairman B.J. Miles
literature or the ministry and that the the United States to take up home 1 Revel of the Leaves Venzie
whole system of education was for the; economics. From now on the course of Mixed Chorus,
privileged classes. This system of edu- study in the schools should be that j The Whip Holzmaun
eation was similar to that of tlie univer- which is best adapted to the needs of ' High School Orchestra.
sities in F.urope, and it was not unti. the community. The ideal training is Benediction Rev. James Klvin
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TODAY'S ODDEST STORY
San Francisco, Feb. 3. The
equal rights idea has invaded
several San Francisco saloons.
Fashionably dressed women
walk in and drink alongside tho
men and seem just as adept as
their male escorts at crooking
the elbow while resting a dain
ty, slippered foos on the brass
In one of the Equal Rights
Thirsteries, a landmark of the
days of the '49 gold rush, it re
quires a line of white-coated bar
tenders working at top speed to
keep abreast of the demand for
a seductive South American
punch that has made the place
THERE IS A VAST ARMY
cf men and women who really never
; 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 monthand
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 red-blooded life that
means activity, enjoyment, success."
Scotfs Emulsion is not a drug, but
pleasant food-tonic free from alcohol.
On(5 bottle may help you.
' &olt & Uownc, Moomficld, N. J. U-31
DUE TO ACIDITYjDairymen ofDonald to
Organize Cheese Factory
So-called stomach troubles, such as
indigestion, wind, stomach-ache and in
ability to retain food, are in probably
nine cases out of ten simplv evidence
Donald, Or., Feb. 3 A highly sue-
ipfnl ttiptitnitv ff flip fhiirvmpn mwl
,,- ,,nUu oi excess farmers was held in Donald on i'nilav
acid, is taking place in the food con- i lst and Professors liarr and Grave's
tents of the stomach causing the form- of the extension service of the Oregon
atioii of gas. Wind distends the atom-j Agricultural College, and Messrs. DolpB
ach and causes that full, oppressive ' ,! Gray of Portland, expert cheese
feeling sometimes known as heartburn, makers, delivered addresses. Professor
while the acid irritates and inflames ' Hnrr covered the subjects of silos and
tho delicate lining of the stomach. The : cow-testing, and Professor Graves
trouble lies entirely in the excessive talked on the organization of a cheese
secretion of acid and the fermentation ' factory and tho marketing of the
of food. SmdN fermentation is uu- J product. An open discussion was in
natural and may involve harmful con-; vited. At noon "a sumptuous-dinner
sentiences if not corrected. To slnn ',..,- ,.rv..i tr, ii,., mwl v!;tnr
or prevent fermentation of food con-! l,v the business men of Donald. !
tents of the stomach and to eutralizo j "The afternoon was taken up by
the acid, and render it bland and harm- i Professor Graves. He gave an instruc
less, a teaspoonful of Disunited Mag- five talk on feeding and breeding,
nesia, perhaps tho best and most of- Before adjourning preliminary Btops
fective corrector of acid stomach toward the organization of a cheese
known, should be taken in a quarter i factory were taken and the proposition
or a glass ot not or com water un
mediately after eating, or whenever . is Dracticallv assured. It was author
wind or acidity is felt. This stops the itatively stated that a cheese factory
fermentation, and neutralizes tho acid-1 will pay from four to six cetits more
ity in n few moments. Fermentation, j per pound for butterfat than will n
wind and acidity aro unnecessary, creamery. The completion of the
Stop or prevent them by the use of a ; organization will be pressed as fast as
proper antacid, such as Tlisurate.il possible.
Magnesia, which can be obtained from
any druggist, and thus enable the torn-1
ach to tlo its work properly Without
Shadow for the Ground Hog
This means that the Cold Spell will continue.
We have been telling you right along, that you
should protect yourself against thecoldby buying
OVERCOAT AND WOOL UNDERWEAR OR A
You certainly will need these articles unless you
already have them. It will save you doctor bills to
take our advice.
RUBBER BOOTS AND CRAWFORD SHOES
As well as anything else in wearing apparel for
JEN AND BOYS
Are in stock complete for filling your requirements.
The House That Quarantees Every Purchase.
Captured Ship Appam
iant, and soon disappeared.
II 1J D f TIT "German lio.lts hurried out to help
Held TriZe Ol War!"'"1 they rescued four wounded sailovi
aiut piaceil them aboard the Appam."
Million Is Gold Aboard.
(Continued from Page One.)
met with such favor that the factory " ii'"i"es u pu..ie
j being hindered by gas and excessive
NEW WAY TO WAVE THE
HAIR BECOMES POPULAR
wad seized, but the question of how
they could have run the Itritish block-
Battle With Steamer.
Telling of how a raider nccompany
inir the Aiiam had battled with the
ste.inier Clan McTavish in full i'iew of i dent.
the passengers on the prize shil), Sir learned
Moriweather understood that there
wns about tl,000nO worth of gold bul
lion aboard tho Appam which was
transferred to the raider at night. Port
authorities will examine the cargo and
report to tho state department on this
Among the first to go ashore today
was (r. I), inglmtorri, a Nevada rcsi-
jiis American citizenship wns
-.iftcr soino investigation but
'lie clan McTavish barked away wi tli
'tir little gun even after she was .Wire
half dozen places. finnllv the
sales for thisjsel reeled as though
lie wan hit bv a
Left to right, standing: Richard Avison, Marybelle Reinhart, Earl George Mason, Victor Bradeson, Loulin J.
Brewer, Louis Paul. Seated: Jessie B uell, Laura Arnez.
Says Skin Pores Are Closed
and Uric Acid Remains
Cripple Invites President
To Celebrate Anniversary
That most women are ipiick to appre
iate nnvthiiiL' Hint will enhance their
TOMC NaUT Y!r attractiveness, is shown by the great
lUUa 11CW lCai ;)v ilu.rrBSPll demand for liquid silmer-
ine, since Us remarKiinie nnir curnug ' i i. i iniius iireii two torpcilncs.
properties became known, liruggisis ; stnicK home, tnul the lunve 1
'everywhere report lar
I Wiuiien are enthusiastic over 1'uiuid
i probable that the employers of the ( siinl,,r-llu, particularly bemuse it en
i state mid tho workmen wil 1 be re- j lW(1R th(,m ,0 ,.,,;,.,; Prliiiess which
Iheved of un assessment or two in thoiH m vH.antifllv natural in appearance,
near future, Atrencnt the commis- j ,nlll nnt ', )nini the u,-e out of
Milll H.IS llll 1III1IU ill un: ni'UM-UH 11-11 ,i, .,. .1, ,., J SO t lCV
c;.,.l if t.nnof iciiil ilri-ssinc for the
77,S5U.:tr to.,,,,;,. T), r,i(i is s0 agreeable to
Kilwaiil .Meiiweallier, governor of Hrit-j 'o complications concerning him aio
isli Siena Leone, said: .expected, lie had no complaint to
"Tho raider 1'inl masked batteries, ' make about his treatment
but the Australian ship scented ilan-i Jn disposing of the Appam, the statu
ger, so the latter fired i'nst from her depai tincnt will be guided in part by
three inch gun, the only armament she: the Prusshn-Ainencuii tientv of ISilH;
carried. This-'shot almost struck' the; in the matter of British soldiers l.ieii
r .tiller, which then dropped its mask I tenant Berg has refused to release, a
aihlgiiveliattleforahaltlioiir.lt wns j high, official comment that "cuinmoa
an uneven fight, but mighty plucky. sense will enter into the solution."
I he Gorman let go a broadside, but There is no precedent to follow on Hint
The affairs of the Industrial Aeci-
' dent commission lire in a particularly
, prosperous condition according to the
j latest, financial statement and it is
point, and this government will liino
the whole say in the mutter. '
tine Lascar member of the 'l:in Mc
Tuvisii crew, .1 board the App;,ui. is so
si'iiously hurt that his death is expect
ed before night.
jftind $IS7,477.2!' with disbursements'
;of $'2i)!u;i7.!:i, leaving ...SMUii to.
the credit of the commission. This
! balance was $-72,OH7 at the close of I
: business December ill and indicates the:
steady growth of the business of the!
Rheumatism is no respecter of ng'!,
sex, color or rank. If not tho most
dangerous of liumuii afflictions it is
one of the most painful. Those sub
ject to rheum.itisin should eat less
meat, dress .is warmly as possible.
avoid any undue exposure and, abovo old girl, was put to bed in a room nt
an, uriiiK ioi ui puro v.uicr. 11,1 linrns avenue. Kiook vn. .She t
,i.'.;,l,i ',..,;,,:,.., .,i. !,' i,", 403 claims were settled. P.efore tho
are far from nnvthiiig even remotelv assessments are suspended it will be ( SHIPS GOAT TO TEXAS
resembling neutrality; and is much necessary for the commission to re-
alive and extraordinarily active woman.! V1,'w (,v,'r.v landing claim in order to , Mr Grant Receives $200 ror the Rfiz-
j There were 412 accidents of the noil
(Rv Tinted Pre-ss.1 , Mollio Pnm-licr is nn anient Kuffrnir. 1 "'"l '"1KI reported (luring .lunoiir.v.
A- 1-....,." x..l. 1 LM l.l i, M..... :l r..in1., ., in t it, .ill tin- icnn,,. vei v ""d flHir f ,'ltttllt ICS,
ilCH XUI1V, Itll. .,. OMOlllll 1 icsuieiii ......
Wilson today accept .Mollie ranchers
invitation to him to attend at her
Brooklyn residence the celebration of
her fiftieth year in bed, n hopeless
cripple, the chief executive wilf see a
little old woman in an old fashioned
four-poster ,a parrot on either side, a
canary at the window and an obstru
sive dog and cat somewhere about. The
president has not indicated whether he
will accept the invitation.
lifty years ago today a little 10-year-
and it is so easy to apply with a clean
tooth brush at night when the. hair is
down. Tho pretty wavy and curly ef
fect in tho morning is most delightful.
As it takes only n little silmerine to
1 11. ,,.'mii'ii.l ol't'ecf ii few
During the month: ... , f ,
considering thut she hasn't been out of jf ""1 0,lt the exact amount necessary
bed for half a hundred years.
. OLD VETERAN FLED
Rheumatism is caused by uric acid j ; tie 1,CJ. She ncver'hns been out1
which is generated in the bowels and
absorbed iuto the blood. It is the
function of the kidneys to filter this
acid from the blood and cast it out in
the urine; the pores of the skin ire al
so a means of freeing the blood of this
impurity. In damp and chilly, cold
weather the skin pores are closed thus
forcing the kidneys to do double work,
they become weak nd sluggish and fail
to eliminate this uric acid which keeps
accumulating and circulating through
the system, eventually settling in the
joints Hid muscles causing stiffness,
soreness and pain called rheumatism.
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy about four
ounces of .lad Salts; put a tablespoon
fnl in n glass of water and drink be
fore breakfast each morning for a
week. This is said to eliminate uric
acid by stimulating the kidneys to nor
mal action, thus ridding the blood of
Jad baits is inexpensive, harmless
of it. not once in 50 years. SSlie never I
w ill be out of it again, except on one
occasion; ami that occasion Mollie ran
cher laughs a,t, whin she takes the
trouble to consider it at all.
Mollie has three "children;" three
fine "boys," I.orettn, the eldest, is
20 and slowly dying in the glum silence
of a crabbed old age. His plumage,
once brilliantly green; and his eyes,
once sparkling and sly, nre as dulj as
his conversation. I.oietta is n sage soul.
He has ruled countless families of short
lived cats and dogs to Mollie Fancher's
entire satisfaction. Altogether I.oret
ta has served Mollie well as a son for
20 years; and he loves her and she
loves him; poor, misnamed old man that
Los Angeles, Cal., Teb. 3.
William C. Piatt, civil war vet
eran, could stand shot and shell
in buttle without flinching, but
when his wife said to iiim:
' From your chin to the top of
your brow is nothing. Your
head is vac.iut and full of
dents," he fled, and told .lodge
Pat Parker about it. Piatt got
I to settle it and a statement rendered
before the employers and workmen
nre relieved of the payments for a
FULLER SEEKS JOINT JOB
Winner, "Doc. Yak.'
Although the goat industry in Polk
county is waning, it still maintains toe
reputation of being the home ot tho
best stock avuil.ible in the I'nited
States, as has been shown on sundry
and divers occasions during the past
lieiicvliia that he would give Pell' few years by the shipments into vari
and Lincoln comities the rcpiesen'a- ()MS parts of the country of breeding
rion they deserve in the state Icgisln-; stock. The other day V. S. Kraut,
tiiit, his friends nre grooming V. V.j whose reputation as a breeder of goits
I Fuller ol Dull. is as a candidate Hi tlieijs nution wide, shipped the prize-win-
repul In fir. primary for joint reo:oscn- j n iiijf buck, "Doc. Yak," to H. M. Hu-
nert, oi icxiiH, nemg me mini puiciianc
bv this individual within two years.
ltntive Mr. culler has intimated thai
hr is willing to carry the banner, ;n
I winch disc he will probably Appose
! Hen F. Jones, of Newport, who is said
( to be an avowed candidate, ino I. let, , breeder was pleased to get him at th.it
i however, that Lincoln county now has i f iK,lre. Mr. (.limit's stock of goats is
i t.ii; representative, and mat in an .us-jow ut this time, the demand navnig
Mr. (irant received the handsome sum
of $200 for tiie buck, and the Texas
Suffered From Backache aho
Kidney Trouble for Years.
tice to Polk is due the honor, makes
Mr. .(ones' chances slight for the nom-
Dear Headers 1 wish to tell you
that I suffered from backacke and
kidney trouble for years. I heard of
Joe, a mere s np ing of 12 years is tried them, They cured my backache.
cock o' he walk these days; and he j hope pecple tiat are troubled with
rules in high feather, with a guttural backache will give them a good trial,
chuckle nnd raucous clack that wins a ttm sure thev a-ill nni. full tn heiielif.
Mrs. Geo. Demino.
a baleful dure i
. . ... . . . ' ' .tm j T . l . f-i . .
jnu is made rrom trie acid or grapes xrum iub oroiner, jjickib coy is a mere,
aim lemon ,iiu .', conioiueii Willi ilium ftuauiij sure ui. uuoivcu uu proouiiun,
and is used with excellent results by
thousands of folks who nre subject to
rheumatism. Here you have a pleas
ant, effervescent lithia water drink
which overcomes uric acid and is bene
ficial to your kiduevs as well.
STEALING HIS HOUSE
Oakland, Cal., Feb. 3. Had not Hen
ry Reyer discovered that his house was
being taken away piecemeal and re
ported the affair to the police, Ctrl F.
Millar would have had the whole thing,
Millar's home adjoins Keyer's va
cant house. Police found him in Roy
er's place last night, an express wagon
iu readiness and .ill the plumbing fix
tures bundled up for transportation.
RECIPE FOR CRAY HAIR.
To half pint of water add 1 Ol. Kay
Rum, a small box ot Bnrbo Compound,
and H ot. of glycerine. Apply to the hair
twice a wtek until It becomes the deaiied
9hade. Any dniKKlst can put this up or
rou can mix it at home at very little cost.
Full directions for making and uae conic
in each box of Barbo t'umpound. It will
gradually darken streaked, faded Kniy
hair, and removes dandnitT. It Is excel
lent for fulling hair and will make harsh
hair soft and xloasy. It will not color the
icalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does not
yon know; but though small and some-
... ni i.A i.n.ut
sung his way into the hearts of Mollie,
I.oretta and Joe iu the eight years he
hu been at it.
And they don't have a bad time of it
at all, that quartet. They talk about
everything, Mollio taking the lend and
choosing the subject, Joe cackling along
empty-headedly, I.oretta grumbling ami
blinking, while modest little Dickie Hoy
just piiws up once in a while.
kUaA. ,ini;ni.t.l .:u u ...... .ii-
(.'iuucd nic uciiiicu niui vile ii niuio
ti.ty iicveoctainea Dy using" a a uitiu,"
the newest discovery of Dr. Pierce, who
is head of the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, in Buffalo, N. Y.
SEEKS POLK TREASURLRSIIIP
Those who started the day with a back
ache, stiff legs, arms and muscles, and
an aching head ( worn out before the
dnv boean because thev were in and nut
i of bed half a dozen times at night ) are
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
The late ht. Clair McLlway, found- annrpciatina the nerfect rest, comfort.
er and editor of Tho Brooklyn Kaglo,Bnd new strength they obtained from
was one of Mollie Fancher's best j Dr. Tierce's Anuric Tablets. To prove
friends. Most of her childhood friends, ' that this is a Certain uric acid solvent
like McElway, have died in the last I and conquers headache, kidney and
few years and Mollie says sometimes bladder diseases and rheumatism, if
now she "almost feels like a forgot- you've-never used the "Anuric," cut
ten old woman." ; this out and send ten Cents to Doctor
"At first, right after the accident," j Pierce for a large sample package. This
said Mollie Fancher roduy, '"I wanted ! will prove to you that "Anuric" is
to die; but I soon got over thut. Many ', thirty -seven times more active than
queer things have been said and w ritten j lithia in eliminating; uric acid and the
about me. but nothing is true except l most perfect kidney and bladder cor
that I am a crippled old woman who'rector. I ( you are a sufferer, go to your
has been in bed 50 years. One man , beet druggist and ask for a 60-cent box
here in Brooklyn years and years ago of "Anuric." You run no risk for Dr.
wrote a book uboilt me telling that I j Pierce's good name Stands behind this
was a clnrivoyant and a lot of other wonderful new discovery as it has for
stuff. If I'm' a clnrivovniit or any of the past half century for his "Goldtn
the queer things he said about me, 1 f'.lf' Discovery" which makes the
don't know it. About the most wonder- J"00 Pnrei his "Favorite Prescription"
fill thing about me, (sad it isn't won 'or., weak, women and his "Pleasant
derful at all because anybody can prove 1 el'c.t8. hver ills. All Dr. Tierce's
it,, is that mr life hss'rroved thot the medicines can be had in Tablet form
jhutnan soul is greater than the body."jDy maa or-at S etore.,
.1. IT. Drown, a well known resident
of the Suit ( reek section of Polk coun
ty, and i republican of long standing,
bus announced his candidacy for the
nomination for county treasurer, and
elsewhere in the Observer solicits the
sopport of members of his party at the
primary next May. Mr. Drown appeci
Ates the fact thut the s.ilary of this of
ficial is comparatively small, but his
health being such that he is not able to
perform a full day's work on tho farm
he seeks the treasurership in order
to gain a livelihood by serving the
people of Polk county in th.it capacity.
Thus far Mr. Drown in the only person
in either party to announce their can
didacy for this office. Dallas Observ-
ination. .Mr. Fuller is familiar with tne
needs of these two counties, having for
,i l.umlier ot years past covered th
territory at frequent intervals in enn-j
nection with his timber operations, audi
ror this reason ins eanniiiacy mr ino
place is being urged by voters of both
dis'-Mcts. While Mr. Jones is said to
iinve a strong following in some parts
of the district, Mr. Fuller has equally
stron'-' prestige in other sections, and
ihe race for the noiniiution would
doi'bllei-s mean a pretty fight, with tile
prospect for success in favor of tho
Polk cuinty man, if for no other reas
on than tiiiit Lincoln bus the rcpresen
tmive nt the present time. Dallas Ob-
Folks in town and adjoining server.
been large during llll.'i, when hi; was
practically cleaned out. Dallas Observer.
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HERE'S NEW VIGOR TOR
Piano Dealer In Salem Says
He Is Going To Start Selling
Pianos After I Quit Giving
Them Away. .
This remark was made to
my drayman yesterday after
he had stated that I was sell
ing so many pianos. Eilers
Music House are back of every
piano sold, they are the finest
instruments o b t a i n a b 1 e
Chickerings, Kimballs, Deck
ers, Smith & Barnes, the best
that money will buy in the
latest style cases. All are of
fered on easy monthly pay
ments like rent.
This Is a Forced Sale.
TOTEM POLE BARRED
Ran Francisco, Feb. 3. Because lie
considered carvings on a Burmese totem
polo naughty Collector Davis has bar
red themfrom this port. They wore
brought in by Rev. J. H. f'opo as a gift
for Rev. K. H. East, of Portland.
Xew Today Ads work while you
sleep will have results for you in tho
Daniel J. Fry, the popular druggist,
has been in tho drug business long
enough to have his own opinion of the
best way of selling medicines, lie says
the olan adopted by Mi-o-na, the great
dyspepsia remedy, is the fairest he has
ever heard of. lie doesn't believe that
a medicine ought to be paid for unless
it does the user some good. And Mi-o-na
is sold under a positive guarantee
to relieve dyspepsia or to refund the
money. You simply leave CO cents on
deposit with Daniel J. Fry and if, after
you have used the box of Mi-o-na you
decido that it has done you no good, all
you have to do is to tell him so and he
will return your money.
Hundreds of people have been relieved
of stomach agonies by using this re
markable renici'y. It is not simply a
food digester; it is a modicine that puts
all of the digestive organs into normal
condition and gives ruddy, glowing, vig
orous health. A change for the better
will be seen after the first few doses
of Mi-o-na, and its continued use will
soon give the power to cat anything at
any timo and not suffer distress after
ward. Mi-o-na is sold under a positive guar
antee to refund the money if it doesl
not cure. This is the strongest proof
that can be offered as to the merit of
Xothing lessens a man's success in
his work or a woman's fascinating per
sonality mora than a weak stomach,
with its attending evils. Use Mi-o-na
and see how much more there is in life.
If tl.s carrier (Jot not give '
service notify the office.
C. F. Hull of the Valey Music
Music . House Has Disap
peared and every Piano in
This Large Stock Is Ordered
Remember w e positively
will not ship duplicates at
these prices. It is only the
Pianos that are now here that
are offered at these prices.
See the latest in Player-Pianos
offered at cost. You can save
two or three hundred dollars
if you act quickly.
J. C. GALLAGHER,
General Agent for Eilers
Music House and the
261 Commercial Street.