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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1916.
Willamette Valley News
Stayton News .
.. (Capital Journal Special Service.) -;
htayton, Ore., Oct. 18. -Mr"- Craemer,
wife of the baker, arrived home in .Stay
ton from a visit in Indiana on Sunday
night. '; '
' M. H. Titus was in Salem Monday on
Mrs. ". Titus, of 'Kingston,- passed
through - (Stayton' Monday morning en
route to Halem, where she is undergoing
osteopathic treatment, rihe returned in
.' Rev. Mr. Hunsaker, the well known
pioneer Baptist preacher of McMiun
ville, and Mrs. Hunsaker, were" over
Sunday visitors here. They are now at
tending the Baptist convention in (Sa
lem. Mrs. Mabel Fryer, of Shaw, Mr- and
Mrs. J. R.- Gardner and Mrs. 'Horace
Lilly, of Stayton, M. H. Titus and oth
ers of the Kingston- section, attended
the Albany Round-Up.
Wayne Richardson was in Salem on
Monday of this week.
' Monday evening Mrs. A. T. Brewer
arrived home from a Portland visit 'of
W. F. Klecker was toastmaster last
week when the Catholic Order of Forest
ers of this city and Sublimity met in
joint session to install officers. Rev.
Father Moore and Thomas Brown, of Sa
lem, were present with others from out
Mrs. Mary Skiff, of Portland, who
has been visiting relatives here has re
turned to the big city on the Willam
ette. Miss Vesta Marshall and Miss Juno
Keains spent Sunday at Gervais, the
home of the former.
, K- G. Miller, Mrs. E. M. Vaudevort
, and Mrs. Lydia Lehman, in sougf, ad
dress and recitation, put on an enjoy
able temperance program at the Metho
dist church Sunday night before a largo
audience. L. .H. McMauan was urged
ly some or the speakers as a suitable
candidate for prosecuting attorney.
Sump nf thi recent- Stnvtnn viMitnrn
io Salem report that K. E. Cooper, the
brother of Miss Cora Cooper, of this
wry, seems to have a good chance of be
ing elected to head the Csqrital City po
The Latest Disc overy in Medicine.
Suffer From Backache, Lumbago, Rheumatism?
. It is now asserted with confidence
that these painful effects due to uric
acid in the sj stem 'are entirely eradi
cated. A remedy called "ANURIC",
has been discovered by Dr. Pierce in
Ms hospital practice, which he believes
js thirty-seven times more potent than
Jit hia, and is the cause of a drainage
outward of the uric caid with which
it lomes in contact within the body.
It will ward off backache, headac.be,
and the darting pains and aches of
articular or muscular rheumatism of
those diseases which are caused by
too much uric acid, such as gout, asth
ma, seintica, or sore, stiff. achLtj
When the k'dneys are weak or dis
ased,. tliese- natural filters do not
elfiiiito the blood suf fisinntiy, and ir.s
body. There follow depression, allies
and pains, heaviness, drowinoss, irri
tability. "ANCIMC" prolongs life be-
Rosteiri & Greenbaum
DRY GOODS MILLINERY
BEST MILLINERY DEPARTMENT IN THE CITY
Big assortment of Ladies' and Girls'. Hats', Orna
ments and Feathers; good quality. The very new
est style. Low Prices. Expert trimmers ready to
wait on you.
Ladies' and Girls' Coats Outing Flannel Gowns
New Styles, New Goods, '; j? than cost at ' the
Nice Dressy Coats- tow today
Ladies' Coats at' -" S1 rfis Grs' reavyc
Outing Flannel ... 50c
$7.50, $9.00, $11.50, gy' Night shirts,
cio en i a cn Outing Flannel . . . 50c
$1Z.50, $14.50 Men's Night Shirts,
. ; Outing Flannel . ..' 65c
Children's Coats, very .- I Ladief'- Gowns at . ;50c
. Small Prices Nice white ones ........
- : at 75c and 60c
Boys' School Suits Extra sizes at ...$1.00
$2.50, $3.00, $375 Winter Underwear
, Three good numbers- e miU Price of to"
Boys' Union Suits .50c
Girls' Union - Suits 50c
" Ladies' Union Suits 50c
.piu.vv aim ii..ov Duchess neck, short
, sleeves. High neck, long
Overcoats and Rain- fjSuiU . h.Toi
coats for Boys and " Men's Union Suits $1.00
a r Children's separate
' Garments ...... . . 25c
Good Goods, ' Ladies' nice white Win-
' n 1
240 and 246 COMMERCIAL STREET
lice department. - '-' ' -!
Miss i.liza Kay,: of Portland, visited . :-
over the. week-end 'with' her. parents, I -C.A; -Adams, Mrsl Bittick and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs: E. Hoy. ... . . .'. iAl Feller were out for a while-Tuesday
Mr. -Anglo, of the . firm of-. Messrs. afternoon working in the interest of the
Anglo & Sous, of San -Francisco j was a i aehoolfa-ir to be held here the 21st of
business visitor here Monday and a din-j.thi month. . We-understand that they
ner guest that day at the home of Mr. '.met with good Success and that all with
and Mrs. Charles Stayton. - : . i-whom they talked seemed enthusiastic
The W. C. T. U. meets at the home of :over the coming event and are quite wil
Mrs. Anna Stayton today. .- ;.1ing to render every assistance possible
. Mrs. Marsha Becker will-go to Port-1, toward making it a success. . We also
land Tsooh Jo 'remain'' until -after Christ- understand that : indications are that
mus with relatives.' .-. ' ' : - " ' ' there will be no lack of exhibits. While
- (Capital journal "Special Service) :
Hayesville, Or., Oct. IS. The Hayes
ville Beholl opened on Monday with
Miss Rotzeiu as principal and Miss Pat
terson as primary teacher, there were
28 pupils in the first room and -0 in thel
hiink-nutn, - 1
The Ladies Aid society will meet on
Wednesday Oct. IS nt the church. The
annual election of officers will take
K. M. Kirby of Milwnukie is visit
ing friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown of Rick
ey visited relatives here on Thursday..
Mr. and Mrs. 1). O. Kryler and two
children who have been visiting at the
Willis home, left for their home in Ne
braska on Tuesday, a. in.; they went by
nay of Seattle and will make a short
stay there, visiting a sister.
T. Rosclie and tuniily left Friday a,
m. for Portland to spend the week end
visiting the Jones family.
The Misses Anna and Martha Denny
ami Lottie McAfee camo over from
Mill City Friday to visit the folks at
SILVERTON RECEIVES PASTOR
Silyertoii, Ore., Oct. 18 A reception
was given in the church parlors of the
Methodist Episcopal church Friday ev
ening, October 13, tor the new minister,
Rev. I. N. Smith, and wife, who recent
ly came here from a former charge at
Nehaleni and also for the teachers oi' tlie
Tiise old people usually' suffer from
hardening and thickening of the walls
i f the nrteras, d m to the excess of
uric ar-id in the blood and tissues.
Dr. Pierce chief physician at the
Invnlils' Hotel und Surgical Institute
Buffalo, X. Y., has been testing this
overworked and weakened Moneys.
The relief obtained by sufferers has
been so satisiaetory that he determin
ed to p'noe "AN URIC with the prin
cipal drugists in town where people
could get this lendy-tu-use medicine.
"AM'RIC" is not harmful or pois
onous, but aids nature in throwing off
those poisons within the body whicn
cause so much suffering, pain and
If yon want quick relief buy it now
or send Dr. Pierce 10c for trial pkg.
or $1.00 for full treatment. This will
prove to you that "Anuric" eliminates
uric acid from the system as hot water
SCHOOL FAIR AT DON ALU"- ''
there' was nothing said of the fair until
quite recently' and no one-has had op
portunity for any special preparation, it
is as fair for -one as for another. All
seem to realize this and are coming to
the front in good shape. Record.
POLK COUNTY GROWERS
HARVEST THEIR PEPPERMINT
Dallas, Ore., Oct. 18. Farmers in this
vicinity who planted peppermint last
spring as nn experiment began yester
day to harvest the crop, which will ue
much larger than expected for the first
year. About 20 acres near this city were
set out to plants last spring. The pep
permint is now three and four feet high
and is being cut with mowers after
which it will be distilled at a locnl plant
and the product shipped east. Next year
a much larger acrenge will be set to pep
permint. THE ACTO GOT THEM
Woodland, Cal., Oct. 18. Mrs. AV
liam A. .Anderson, wife of Superior
Judge Anderson, died this morning
from injuries snsrhined near Samara
Sunday, in an automobile accident. The
judge, who . was also injured, is still
seriously ill and it is feared the shock
of the news of the death of his wife
may prove fatal to him. Anton Kreitas,
river ot the machine., who was badly
hurt was able to leave the hospital yes
terday, is in a serious condition today
through grief over the fatal result of
.1 i i 1
me ucciiii-ni. ,
PHEASANTS PEETTT WELL
EXTERMINATED IN FOLK
Dallas, Ore., Oct. 18. Sunday being
the last day of the Mongolian pheasant
season, latge numbers of the birds were
killed in this vicinity. From daylight
until far into the day shots could be
heard in all directions and returning
hunters all claimed to have secured the
limit. The pheasants in this county lire
pretty well exterminated und it will
take a number of years to replenish the
Another Series of
As the scries of free public lectures
given lust year by the faculty of Wil
lamette university- proved so popular
both with townspeople and the general
student body announcement was made
today that another series of nine lec
tures are offered this winter.
The lectures are prepared primarily
that the Salem people inuy become in
terested in the university as a social
and intellectual center for the best in
terests of the community. These lectures
are but. a link in similar movements
which are conducted from various col
legiate institutions all over the United
States. Special care is taken to elimin
ate technicalities that the fundamentals
to lie presented may be easily under
stood by all. The lectures and orgnn
recitul are scheduled for Waller chapel
and will probably begin at 8 p. m The
November ll Marks of the Kducated
Man, President Carl O. Doney.
November 20 Subject to be selected,
Dean Geo. II. Alden.
December 4 Organ recital, I'rof.
Frank Wilbur C'huce.
January 22 Remedies Against Pov
erty, I'rof. John O. Hull.
February 2ii The Plant Life of Ore
gon, Prof. Morton K. Peck.-
March 12 The Practical Idealist,
Prof. Win. K. Kirk. - -
April 2 Meaning and Valne of Phil
osophy and Its Relation to Science, Re
ligion and Kducution, Prof. Charles I..
April HI Squaring the Circle, Prof.
James T. Matthews.
April ."10 Some Phases of Chemistry
ia Daily I.ife, Prof. Floriau Von Kschen-
Permits Issued For
During the quarter ending September
.10 permits for appropriation of water
to the number of 144 were grnnted by
state Engineer Lewis. This includes
nine permits for the construction of
reservoirs. As a result of the unuitinir
of the permits 8,34 acres of land will
be irrigated, 4,129 acres- feet of water
will be stored to develop 702 horsepow
er, which will include municipal supplies
for McMinnville, Oaston, Myrtle Creek
and Bandon. The grand total of cost is
estimated at 1414,000.
'The. permits follow:
The Kogue River Canal company,-of
Medford, for the irrgation of '2,220 ad
ditional acres diverting water from
The Utah-Idaho Sugar company, of
Grants Pass, for the manufacture of
sugur.w diverting water from Rogue riv
er. The proposed development is esti
mated te cost approximately 4,0OO.
Smith Brothers, of Burns, for the ir
rigation of 721 acres, diverting water
from Silver creek. The estimated cost
is 2,000. . .
Frank Ward, of Klamuth Falls, to
impound 400 acre feet of water In Dry
Prairie reservoir for the irrigation of
5.19 acres of land. -
. Baker Mines company, ot Cornucopia,
to increase their development 271 horse
power for mining purposes.
- 6LDEST MEMBER OF ELKS
Sn'n Diego, Cal., Oct. 18. W. L.
Bowron, the oldest member of the Elks
lodge in point of inmiihership, . died St
St. Joseph 's hospital here . Tuesday.
He was 80 years of age, and was mem
ber number 1 of lodge number 1 of the
Klks in Xew York citv. I
Betting Shifts In
Favor of President
' New York, 'Oct. 18. Charges that
the sudden shift of presidential betting
in Wall Street from two to one against
Wilson to ten to eight was a manipu
lation intended to throw a "Wilson
scare" into tho market and force pric
es down, were made by a number of
The recent steady advance . on the
stock exchange was helped by the re
publican victoTy in Maine, and the 2
to 1 odds were established at - that
time. Af tor $25,000 had been wagered
on Hughes at 10 to 8, and 10 to 7 yes
terday, . $20,000 . was reported offered
at. even money today on the curb. Fred
Schum of Brooklyn quoted. 10 to. 9 on
Hughas today and declared Wilson
supporters held out for ten to eight.
Odds. of 9 to 5 were offered today
that Hughes would carry New York
state. Ohio was quoted at even money,
while Wilson backers Were said to be
asking one to fuur odds that he would
carry Connecticut and 7 to 10 ou New
Jersey. -- .
HEAVY MEAT EATERS
Eat Less Meat If You Feel
Backachy or Have Bladder
Trouble Take Glass
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by flush
ing tho kidneys occasionally, ' says a
well known authority. Meat forms
uric acid which excites the kidneys,
they become overworked from the
strain, get sluggish and fail to filter
the waste and poisons from the blood,
then we get sick. Nearly all rheuma-'
tism, headache, liver trouble, nervous
ness, dizziness, sleeplessness and uri
nary disorders come from sluggish kid
neys. The moment vnu a .lull m.lin in
the kidneys or your back hurts or it
the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of j
sediment, irregular of passage or at-;
tended by a sensation of scalding, stp
eating meat and get about four ounces I
of Jail Halls from any pharmacy; take'
a tuhlespoonful in a glass of water be-j
fore breakfast and in a few days your!
kidneys will act, fine. This famous salts j
is made from the ncir, of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithin, and! . . ' . . .. ,
has been used for generations to flush: T'"' ,'m'' ,ll"1xt"!',J " S"K;
and stimulate the kidneys, also to iicu-i'","1 ' I'l'V for darkening gray, strcak
tializn the aci.ls in urine so it nn loui- "u '"'''' . 1"''lr grandmother's
; , . , '
cr causes irritation, thus eui
' .Tad Salts is inexpensive am
injure; makes a delightful effe
ZtZ rtEto IVXK
kiduevs clean and active and the
pilfer" thereby avoiding serious kidney
Elephant Swiped Water
and Stalled Train
. Galveston, Tejjaa, Oct. IS. The cir
cus train was stalled by an empty water
tank of the engine. The engineer and
fireman were vociferously mingling
mutual accusations with profanity.
Then they saw a long, snaky object,
wriggle over the rear of the tender and
dart duwn into the empty tank. The
object proved to be au elephant 't
trunk. Following this very tangible clue
they discovered. that three elephants,
who were occupying the car m the rear
of the tender, had lifted' off the cover
of the tank and utilized the entire con
tents in elephantine shower baths. j
As a punishment for this infraction'
of railroad etiquette the elephants were I
compelled by a Hindu nuthout nnuiedj
O'Reilly to push the lucbinotive three
miles to the nearest source of water
sl'PI'ly- ' ' I
Selecting Jurors for
Oregon Land Fraud Case
Sun Krancisco, Oct. 18. With seven
jurors chosen from the regular panel
for the retrial nf the Oregon luiidl
fraud cases, a special venire of twenty
was brought into the federal district
court this morning from which the re
mainder of the twelve will be chosen.
Tuliinir III' L'illllll.' it. uVliuoli.il In ulart
late today, following the failure of the!"1"1 V""!r"Te of,,he "'"I"''1' r1'1'"'1",1":1
defense to secure, a ' postponement on f,'r ( ,,r," tho other twelve short plat-
account of the sudden withdrawal or'"rm !('" i-Hiiff
.Nate It. Coghlan from the case. Judge
Uooling circumvented Attorney A. 'If.
Crooks refusal to uppt-nr without a con
tinuance, by officially appointing him
counsel for X. 1). Cooke, Coghlan 's
client. . .
BETTER THAU CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered Dr.
' Edwards' Olive Tablets are --
. a Harmless Substitute
. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the sub
ftitute for calomel are a mild but sure
laxative, and their effect on th livr Is
almost instantaneous. Thrv art fh re.
suit of Dr. Edwards' determination not
10 ireat liver and bowel complaint with
ealomeL His efforts to banish it brought
out these. little olive-colored tablets.
These pleasant little tablets do the
good that calomel does, but have no bad
after effects. They don't injure the
teeth . like strong liquids or calomel.
They take hold of the trouble and
quickly correct it. Why cure the liver
at the expense of the teeth? Calomel
sometimes plays havoc with the sums.
-So do strong liquids. It is best not to
take calomel, but to let Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets take its place.
Most headaches, "dullness" and that
lary feeling come from constipation and
a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets when you feci "loggy" and
"heavy." Note bow thev "clear" clouded
brain and liow they "perk up" the suir- '
iii t -r . . i ... , i .
us. inc aim ijc a uux, nil uruggisis.
Catarrh is as much a blood disease
an scrofula or rheumatism. It may
be relieved, but it cannot be removed
by simply local treatment.. It causes
beadache and dizziness, impairs the
taste, smell and- hearing, affects the
voice, deranges the digestion, and
breaks down the general health. - It
-weakens the delicate lung tissues and
leads to consumption.
Hood's Sarsapai'illa goes to the
seat of the trouble, purifies the blood,
and is so successful that it istknown
as the best remedy for catarrh.. .
.Hood's Sarsaparil.la strengthens
and tones the whole system. It builds
up. Ask your druggist for Hood's,
and insist on having it., Therejs.no
Think Butcher Roe
Can Solve Mystery
Seattle, Wash., Oct. IS.v-Oity dctoc
tives today were sweating James Roe,
a butcher, who they believo can clear
.up the tiro mystery in his shack at
Tenth avenue south and Walker street
last night in which Mrs, Gertrude
Swanson, ageil 34, and James Kusky,
aged (13, were burned to death.
Their charred bodies were found by
firemen who responded to the call, and
Roe who admitted being in the house
when the flames broke out was found
sitting calmly in a shack a block dis
tnnt. Mrs. llerthn Baker is held in
.iail us a witness and for drunkenness
told tho police that she had been iuj
a party, im-luiling Koe anil the dead
man and woman, which hud spent the
Mrs. Swansou, the woman victim of
the fire, was the wife of Captain (ins
Swanson, of the fishing schooner Dora.
He is now in the Artie.
HAIR TO ANY SHADE
(ranflma fCpilt Hpr I firlfC
Dark, Glossy, and Youthful
with Sage Tea and
i recipe, and folks are imnin using it to!
I keen their hair u uood. even cnlorJ
il cannot' ijuue sensiiue, as we are m--
t;ing in an age when a youthful appear-1
. . . lance is of the greatest advantage. !
No-kvMh, - ..on', have
! K garnering me sage!"".'"""1." mi me irunm
II fill llie HlUSSy llll.lllg III Home, .rt.ll , .".-iw.w.c un uni mm hum, iii-
idrug stores sell the reudv to use pro-1 "'bided a directory of the Salem schools,
duct, improved ky the addition of other!'11"1 thi he incorporated if it gets
ingredients, called "Wveth's Sujie und I11"0 hands of the superintendent in
J Sulphur Compound" for about 50 cents,; f"1"-' " publication..
In bottle. It is very popular because no- "
body ciin discover it has been applied.
Simply moisten your comb or a soft:er Lewis against M. M. Did, William
brih with it and draw this through . Briinies, A. H. Richardson and Kli.a B.
vniir Iniii tnl:inr nitu miiiiiII utrnml of Clink fur flm Mumnif nt m..,i.i.. ..H.1.....I
a time; by morning the grav hair dis-jto
appears, but what delights the ladies
willi yctli s Sage uml sulpliur t oni-
pound, is Unit, besides beautifully dark-
en in If the hair alter a few applications,
it also produces that soft lustre andj
appcarunce of aliuiulaiicc which is so
attractive. This ready to use prepara
tion is a delightful toilet requisite for
those who desire a
more youthful ap -
I'arance. It is not intended for theicowden, for the recovery of money in'
cure, mitigation or prevention ot uis-
Train Was Guilty
of "Lese Majestic"
By J. P. Yoder
(l'itcd 1'ress staff correspondent)
Aboard Roosevelt 's train, Spring -
field, Ohio, Oct. 18. A freight triiiu
derailment near Delaware about mid -
night forced tho Kooscvelt special to
letour about 150 miles during today's
Mm it It hours ami gummed up the col
onel's speaking dates for the dny. The
campaign special was shunted to the
Kig Four's side line at it lion and
didn't get back on the main line until
Springfield was reached. Over two
hours were lost. Ilecniise of lost time
s 4. , , ,
were to have been made between in-
... .,, ,.
cnnatl and Komsville, were c el
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Klliott M. SuvBge et ux to August
and Kate Hilfiker, pt. 1.. Savage cl.
Frank Domogulln et ux to Robert ami
Jane Chimin, lot S, Hmlley's add to Mill
City; also'pt. K. ilcFerron cy. H0il-:iK,
Geo. A. Schuele to Win. H. Klilen, pt.
Jacob (Irim cl. iO-4-lW.
Anton l.eikem et ux to Cora Wilcox,
S. 1-2 N. K. 14 and lots 1 ami 2, sec.
A. W. Branch et ux to A. I.acey, lot
1, see. 21 01W. -
John .Moser to Myrtle May Moser,
lot 8, blk. 3, Davenport's add Silver-
S. I.. Bynon et vir to finis. I). Fults,
lot :i, blk. I, Mt lwood nild Snlem.
The Journal Doe Job Printing.
Win in SALEM, OREGON, itof at
Free and Private Baths
RATES: 75c, $1.00, ll.BO FEB DAI
The only hotel in the business diatrlet
Nearest to all Depots, Theatre aad
A Horns Away From Horn.
T. a. BLIGH, Pro.
Both Phonts. rree Auto Bu.
Our CRAWFORD Shoes I
Corner State and Liberty Streets
The House that Guarantees Every Purchase.
Court House News i!! PATENTS
futility School Superintendent Smith
' working on the directory of school of-
v l' t--.pci-m iwnuvuii
il "''"'J' 1'ur publication about the latter)
l,lut f October. Included in this list
Suit was brought yesterday by l.ennd
be due on a nrtte with a mortgage on
bind in .Marion county as security. Lew -
is alleges the defciulant executed other
notes and a second mortgage, one note
being to K. T. Tnggert in the sum of
4,if)l). JIc states the other defendants
have an interest in the property.
Ill the action brnueht bv A T. Snnm.
ter mid Veriril Si.iiin!r"ii,.iiint .1 p
i ne sum or if.n.-iii tiiicgeil to lie due for
goods uml merchandise sold to J. 1'.
Wright, Judge Kelly, in view of the
fact that trial by jury was waived,
has rendered judgment In fuvor of the
defendant, .lodge Kelly found from the
facts submit ted that Cowden did not
give consent for the purchase of the
goods in question, nor did Scuuistct
nroiiiers cxieuu credit to Wright on
juccount of promises mailt) by Cowden,
that there was no accounting between
! the parties by which it was determined
j that Cowden owed the plaintiffs, and
also that Cowden never aurectl to nay
the amount demanded. Hased on these
findings, Judge Kelly grunted judg
ment in fuvor of tho ftct'eiidiint.
Judgment in the sum of tl7."i is ask;
ed by I,. l' Kvuns from I). A. Jones bo
cuiiHc of alleged violation of. un agree
ment whereby' K tins was to cut oak
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,,.,u(11Mt ,, ,,UU Kvull
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'ihjiib null .firm-!, nun nun lilt-
d , ,., ni)(v (() ,(I
ictuses to iillow hun or Ins ugent to
remove it. lie says the wood amounts
to li.l cords, which, at 5 per cord, is
Suit for.the recovery of money al
leged to be due and owing on a rail
road ticket east was brought recently
by the Spokane, Cortland and Seattle
railway ugniust l K. Wray and a de
cree handed down this morning by
Judge Kelly in fuvor of the railroad
company in the- sum of I H. ;!,'). . The
finding of fact by Judge Jielly showed
Build Up for Wintei)
Clear cut the congestion tlCat has disturbed yoi:i'
breathing and weakened your digestion, and re
invigorate nil the bodily processes to do their full
chare in cold weather, and thus build yourself up
to perfect health.
PERUNA IS INVIGORATION
It fa tonic that rcvtorM the batanca to your bodily function, clears
away tha watte matter in your pyatem.and kya yoj up to increas
ed effort aod better health. For
have found it a valuable aid in all
eiperiene points the way for you.
teat that orovea ita value. Tablet
quick administration. Tleuant
Manalln Tahlcta are the Ideal
tna habit of constipation, arouae
moneys xour tirugKiii naa tneni
Tho Poruna Company, Columbus, Ohio
C 1 rti . r
Diana on a riatlorra
of Honest Values
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for thorough FHKK seurch for
. patentability. 4c
A, M. WII.SO.V,
.'ill Victor llldg..
nshington, y. (;. -Nov.il
that the trip had been made and th.it
the schedule of rales for such a ticket
was I77.4:I of which sum only tlL'll.liI
had been paid.
The estate of Margaret White, who
died in this, city October 7, was en-
! Vi'r'-' for l,ro1"1"' mora'ag in .the
1 Vnr",n '"""'J" 'rt. The estate c.m-
sists of personal property in the sum
of JrL'MlH. The appointment of apprais
ers is asked lor by H. II. White, one
of the heirs, and the following names
suggested: It. W. Walton, I). II. Moshcr
and Charles Kraft. "
Marriage licenses issued by the Mar
ion county clerk are as follows: Curl
V. Rogers, a merchant of Silverton,
and Inez. I. Itickcl, a music teacher al
so of Silvertoni Vitlry l)e (irace, a
rancher of Cruiid Hondo, iiii.I Aiiiiimfn
Knnpp, of Aiirnrn; (feorge Ivan Low
raiice, of Itrooks, and Ora S. Shaw, of
Hrooks: and Kenneth James Brown,
II'm Hellvuj; street, shIcsiiiiui for Walt
Shipp's sporting goods store, and Vin
nin l.eora Wilson, of .-)!).) .North Front
street, a salesliuly.
Alleging desertion mid aliiiiidonmeiit,
J. K. Sliuveluml has brought suit n
gitiust Klixabeih Sluivebiud for a dis
solution of the bonds of -, mnrriiige now
existing between them. Tl iinpjiiiit
states they were married in Snlem in
February, HH'i, it ml that, there are no
children or property rights involved.
Villa Is Reported As
Located at San Isidro
Kl I'riso, Texas, Oct. IS. Officio I
aniioiinccment was made today by the
Mexican tie facto military authorities
at Jua rex that Pnncho Villa has estab
lished personal lieailiuarters at S.:u
Isidro, on the line of the -Mexico North
western railway, al,0ut M0 'miles west
of Chihuahua City. To this point. rov.
iug bsiitls of Villistns are streaming
from the south in response to Villus
concent rittiiui order. '
The location of the Villista niobili-.
lion jHiint is about I.10 miles directly
south of (it'iieral I'crshing's field base.
nearly half a century thouanda
catarrhs! coodUlonx. I heir
PKKIINA baa stood
form ta convenient I
to take and euy to carry
laiatir. They rorrret
tuo. uvr ana ntip ua