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YTTB DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 19. 1917.
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Minimum charge, 15c . '
PHOXE 413 for nursery stock. 12 21
TURKEYS for sale. Call 2F4. 12-21
WANTED Pasture for 2 horses- E. H.
Keith. Bt. 4. . . 12-19
FOB SALE 5 acres of onion land nt
Hubbard. B. U. care Journal. .12-21
WANTED Oat straw, Kt. 8, box 194
A. ' 12-19
WOOD SAWING t Call
HOLLY trees for sale for Christmas
trees, $1 up. 2123 N. Broadway. 12-19
WANTED Veal calves,
Phone 1570W evenings.
FOR SALE Delivered fine hand sort
ed English walnuts, first grade 25.:
lb., smaller nuts, same quality, 23c.
First chestnuts 1 5c. Twin Oak Fruit
and Nut Farm. Phone 17F2. 12-12
FOB RENT Heated, well furnished
housekeeping apartments. 645 Ferry
St- Phone IbbtiW. 12-19
WaNTED Wood cutters. Phone 1055
FOB SALE Swiss milk goat, bred;
W "ite Leghorn hens, red pullets, Bel
gian .hares- Bt. 2, box 81. 12-21
FOB BENT Furnished 5 room house,
modern, $12 per month. Phone 1142
FOB SALE Singer patching machine",
shoe repairing tools, some stock.
Clark, 311 N. Commercial, Salem.
FOB SALE Trade or hire 3 sound
ANOTHER BRIDGE PiER
GOES THIS AFrERNOOfl
AND HAN INJURED
Enos Carlson Was Left Cling
ing to Standard Rescued
Another pier ' of ' the temporary
bridge was washed out a few minutes
after 3 o'clock this afternoon, r.noa
WANTED To trade a horse for gaso
line drag saw, or auto, will pay dif
ference lr tnere is any. A. w. La-1
tnrop, Turner. 12-24
n!kS tf 1Te?9; J300' buLoau!Carrs0n' a foreman, who was on the
truck. If interested sea us. 402 N. . .. '
Com. 12-20 pier tne "me lt Bave way endeavor.
ing to dislodge a quantity of drift
that accumulated against it, was seri
ously injured. He was left clinging to
a standard that remained, from which
perilous position he was rescued and
brought to the shore in a launch. H4
was rushed immediately to a hospital
His back was hurt and"it is not known
what other injuries he may nave suf
fered. The pier which went out was one of
the two that supported the span on
the Polk county side, with this pier
gone, the bridge is materially wcV
ncd. The remaining pier is in danger
of going at any time.
1 ACRES improved, on Garden road
close to town and school, for sale,
cheap. Inquire billiard hall under
Oregon Electric depot. tf
ENGINEER WANTED First class
engineer with good mechanical abil
ity for saw mill. Address Box 9?,
Dallas, Or. - 12-29
MotGr Bandits Active
In Gary, Indiana
Gary, Ind., Dec. 19 An unidentified
negro was shot' and killed and Mike
MONEY $100 to $10,000 to loan on ap. - i-, .- -.,oU,v
proved security. Room 409 Hubbard ") motor uunuus mis
building. 12-24 ( afternoon, who escaped with $10,000
I wmcn tne men were carrying from a
DanK. ine Dantiits overlooked an
FOE RENT Well improved 10 acre
tratti close in, reference ircquired.
Address N. care of Journal. 12-19
FOB SALE Barred Plymouth! (Rock
cockerel, bred at O. A. C from 200
and over stock. Phone 88F3. 12 20
LOST Auto crank between O. E. d8
pot and Fruitland store. Finder
phone 14F13 for reward. 12-19
6,000,000 FEET good saw timber for
sale J. T. Cannon, 2373 Laurel Ave-
PIGS FOB SALE 2 months old, $4
each. T- L. Davidson, 3 blocks from
end of 12th St. car line. 12-19
SHOE REPAIRING outfit for sale or
trade. C. O. Thomas, Et. 3, box 252.
CALENDAR for 1918. Large figures
for practical use. Call or phone Ho
mer H. Smith, the insurance man,
McCornack building. Phone 96. tf
.WANTED 100 calves from 4 weeks
equal amount which the negro was
The negro and Binzen were carrying
tne money in two satchels to Binzen 's
saloon, where it was to bo used in cash
ing pay checks for steel mill workers.
The bandits drove up beside them
in tie heart of the city and demaniled
that Binzen turn over the money. Bin
zen and the negro started to run Rnd
were shot down. Two of the bandits
leaped from the machine, gathered un
Binzen 's satcnel, climbed back in and
the automobile sped in the direction
A big crowd witnessed the shooting,
but was cowed by the bandits' revolvers.
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State House News
Articles. of . incorporation were filed
to 12 months old; also pay highest this morning as follows: Universal Nut
market price tor beef cattle. 1'hone i iock company or .romana, capital
80F2. 1-19 stock $100,000, and object to promote
the sale of the Stubblefield universal
nut lock and other meehanical devices.
Carver Industrial Association, of
Carver,. Clackamas county, capital
stock $1,300 and object to operate saw
mills, logging roads and to deal in
The Monarch Hardware and Furni-
1915 FORD, excellent mechanical con
dition, equipped, 4 new tires, owner
draft lagtv Gifoat Western Garage
, Thursday, $295.
LOANS $4000 to loan on good farm
security: other money in sums from
$100 up on good realty security. Ivan ture Comnanv of Pilot Roek. T'nintilln
G. Martin, Masonic Temple. 12-20 .county, filed notice of dissolution.
1 The Summit Mining company, of
FOB SALE Or exchange for acreage, Portland, filed notice of its dissolution.
a large rooming and apartment housj .
wen turmsneci, nue location, iuu oi n An
tenants. Address L. Langley, Gen. J&mDargO Ull ifeSieillS
LOST Saturday evening rosary beads
with letter '"G" on the cross and in
a spectacle case. Kindly leave at
to Sound Cities
Portland, Or., Dec. 19. Railroads to
day issued an order placing an embargo
on shipment of livestock to anv points
vi-T7 ri? nivTvn ill. t vani north
if "you haVe any choice turkeys oi and Tacoma, owing to flood conditions
geese, phone 10, Farmers Produce '")"" t'"V transit .uncertain.
12-19 Large shipments of hogs and good
' beef shipments were received at the
NOW VACANT one nice, heated room local yards shortly before tire embargo
Hungary Would Separate.
The Hague, Dec. 19. The
municipality of Budapest has
unanimously adopted resolutions
urging the government to pre
pare for complete separation of
Hungary from Austria, accord
ing to the Cologne Gazette, re
The resolutions, it was stated,
asserted that the emperor should
be the sole bond of unity be
tween the two empires.
Oregon Is Entitled
to Share of Funds
J. A. Churchill, superintendent , of
public instruction, received a telegram
today from Mr. C, A. Prosser of the
Federal Vocational Board, notifying
Mr. Churchill that his plan as chair
man of the State Vocational Board of
Oregon, has been approved by the fed
eral government and that the federal
board has authorized its chairman to
notify the United States treasurer that
Oregon is entitled to its share of the
funds under the Smith-Hodges Act for
the current fiscal year.
When the state superintendent were
called to Washington, D. C, to eonfes
with the federal board relative to plans
for the administering of the Smith
Hughes law, Superintendent Churchill
prepared and submitted a Complete
typewritten plan which was made the
basis for consideration at the confer
ence. With a few minor changes, the
plan has been accepted by the federal
Aboard as first prepared Requests have
come to superintendent Churemll from
many of - the state departments for
copies of this plan.
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CITY NEWS 5
Hold Paper Company
Responsible for Strike
Portland, Or., Dec. 19. Charging
the Crown-Willamette Pulp and Paper
company 's ,'attitude is if at variance
with tho modern spirit of industry"
the federal mediation commission head
ed by Secretary Wilson of the labor de
partment today issued a statement con
cerning the company's refusal of the
commission's offer to mediate the dif
ferences causing a strike a tthe Crown
Willamette mills in Oregon City and
in Camas, Wash.
The strikers, according to the state
ment, submitted their side "with an
unreserved offer to be bound by what
ever settlement the commission would
make." The agitations growing out of
me airiKe were declared to be of par:
ticular interest owing to the effect upon
labor as concerned with war conditions.
EECETJITS FEOM CHICAGO
Chicago, Dec. 19. One thousand -
lectives from Chicago will leave before
niglit to begin trammer in coast artil
lery work at. Fort Winfield Scott, San
WANT TO RENT For cash, 3 to 5
acres good garden ground, two .or
three miles of Salem, prefer with
buildings, must be on good road.
Phono 1204. 12-20
Ed Cronau was in the city from Port
land todav on business.
Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Sherwood of Dal-
of Portland, including Seattle 'aa WCT the city today.
,vuit ompp nas u uunuuouuu passen
ger this morning for Portland.
C, O. Larson and Lee Carson were in
town today from Mill City.
R. W. Nil-hols of Lebanon registered
yesterday at tho Capital hotel.
Miss Eulalie Lindsay spent last week
end in Portland, visiting friend).
B. . Schwartz was a passenger for
Portland this morning over the O. E.
W. C. Parker left Monday for Deer
Lodge, Montana, on a short business
was announced. The price of hogs has
slumped as a result,
It rained so hard nt Astoria that the
Water mains burst and it was necessary
to close the schools. Can't you just feel
the resultant distress and disappoint-
The current issue of Popular Mechan
ics has a short, interesting writeup of
Salem by the traveling editor of the
magazine. The article covers several
pages and has 12 views of Salem streets
and public buildings. The writer refers
to saiem as tnn spotless town" ana
declares it onq of the prettiest state
capitals he has ever set foot in. The
writer's views and his remarks are high
ly complimentary to the citizens of the
city, showing how our wide, clean
streets, well kept narks and buildings,
etc., appeal to an outsider. The only
fault at all to be found with the ar
ticle, and that not a serious one, is that
the writer attempts briefly to enumerate
our resources and to give a few statis
tics from too superficial an observation.
The closed and the open shop came
in for discussion pro and con at the
meeting of the Six O'clock club last
evening. A. W. Laurence, who spoke
for the closed shop; stated that organ
ized labor meant better workmen, bet
ter living conditions for the workmen,
and a better community. T. B. Kay who
represented the government's point of
view, stated that the constitution
granted all men free and equal oppor
tunity and that it would not be legal
or constitutional for the government to
recognize the closed shop because in so
doing it would confer upon some classes
certain privileges and conditions which
it did not confer upon others. He de
plored the extremes to which both or
ganized labor and 1 employers of times
went. Prof. J. O. Hall, representing the
view point of the economist, stated that
the closed shop had a tendency to lend
to labor monopoly which was bad, but
that all leading economists recognized
that labor had a right to organize for
collective bargaining with employers.
Ho said that neither, labor nor the em
ployer should have exclusive power and
that in his opinion conditions in this
respect in the Fnited States were about
balanced as they should be.
METAL WORKERS RETTJEN
Welcome Sight of American
Shores and Josh Amer
An Atlantic Port, Dec. 19. There
was no mourning when the first great j
shipload of wounded that America has 1
seen, put into dock today.
There was soinethins like 2000 con-
Ivalescent Canadian soldiers aboard the!
great vessels. All who were able to I
walk scrambled to the sides of the ship j
to get a glimpse of the American har-!
bor, shouted gleefully at American sol-1
diers on duty there, and acted as ifj
they wero just tickled to death to get ;
back home again.
Few of war's horrors were visible
on the first of the ship 's burden to
show themselves on the decks. The in
valids and "non-walking cases" were
all below decks, so the landing partook
more of a jollification than a misery
"Are you downhearted, Sammyf"
yelled one Canadian soldier to a trim
and husky looking American, standing
with his "gun on " sentry -go" at the
"No," the American retorted, grin
"Well," the Canadian yelled back,
"this '11 make you homesick."
There were laughs and cheers. Then
the American shouted back across" the
ever lessening width of water between
the dock and the ship:
You'll get no beer here!"
"We're glad we're going back to
Canada," the chorus came. "Cad't
we eve n get two per cent beer?"
"Not a chance," the Sammy solemn
ly assured them.
The Canadian wounded will be trans
ported to Canada as fast as possible
by special trains. No- nurses or physi
cians were necessary to attend to them
at the docks. On board the ship were
a number of Canadian women, some of
them being returned from England, in
accordance with the British govern
ment's dules that families of soldiers
should stay at home. (
Every sort of British uniform was
represented in tho groups that throng
ed the rails Highlanders, artillery
men. aviatoTs, infantrymen and .ev
One of those aboard was Captain M.
B. Tavlor. of Macon, Ga., a member of
the Canadian royal flying corps. Ho
was injured in a fall, suffering concus
sion of the spine, and was returning
with his wife and six weeks old baby.
The wife is a resident of Toronto.
MILL FEED TOO HIGH
Portland, Or., Dec. 19. Federal reg
ulation of mill stuffs prices is soon to
become effective, local food adminis
tration headquarters announced today,
as, a result of charges of northwest
dairyman that profiteers have raised
the prices to such a point that dairies
Mill stuffs prices are extremely high
and thero is a serious shortage. Prof
iteers are alleged to have taken ad
vantage of the situation and demand
ed even higher market prices.
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Bicycles from the Pope manufacturing company and
"we handle the same kind of Bikes. One of our
Chinook Bicycles certainly would make that boy a
dandy Xmas Gift.
ARTHUR H. MOORE
379 Court Street Phone 368
TRIANGLE FEATURE PLAYS
The Stainless Barrier"
Triangle Afl-Star Cast
COMEDY - WEEKLY
Court House News J
NICE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
Apartments. 491 N. Cottage. Phone
ment of those young Americans down
GET TOUR TRESPASS NOTICES
New supply of cloth ones at Capital
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE KOLL AND
upward for choice wall paper at Bu
ren'g Furniture store, 179 Commer
cial St. 'tf
AUCTION SALE OF PARM .
To he held at the Santiam Fruit Col
ony 4 miles east of Crabtree. Oregon.
December 22, 1917. Consisting of
One 30 u. p. Kolt catarptilar tractor,
In fin3 condition. $1100.
One 5 bottom P. & O. engine gang ! church at Nrhalem,
Oscar Snelson was a northbound pas
senger for Portland this morning over
the Oregon tlectnc
M. J. Luinway was in the city today
from Seattle in connection with his in
terests in the Capital Cleanser company.
Attorney .M. i.. rough enjoyed a visit
over night from his brother, Eev. C.
W. JPough, pator of the Methodist
ho was on his way
TEAMSTERS LISTEN Call Silvertoi
phone Black 174 for wood, pole wood,
hard wood, old fir and 2d growth, in
eords, you can do well by calling j plows; one three gang 8 in. waiving
One 10 ft. Clark Cutaway engine disc
One 20 In. double wing P. & O. ditch
ing plow, with extra lay
One McCormic mower; one Faulkner
light draft harrow;; eight walking
to Shedd for a visit with relatives.
C. F. Young, J. V. Young and A. B.
Gilliam left yesterday for Fort Stevens
where they will be employed by the
government building barracks for the
plow, extra shares; one brush breairing
plow; one 10 in. double disc pulverizer;
two 9 In, discs; one l:ay rake; one 6
Dyspeptics Get Relief Or
A Hemarkable Remedy
FOR SALF Five passenger automo
bile in excellent mechanical conoi- in double disc drill: one cider nreaa:
tlon. Will demonstrate any place, :an4 a aig0 quantity of Fivndry items
$250, terms. Phone 1024M or call at iguch as plow shares, clevises, evencrs,
474 Court street. 12-19 nog smi poultry fence, crow bar, lan-
" ' ; tems, wedges, hoos handles single The lyintention thatl ovler 90 per
FOR RENT Large dwelling, partly .trees gasoline pump, staples, bolts, 5-8 cent of all stomach troubles are either
furnished, fruit, garden and large steel cable, brush STthes. etc. Also one I dirwth- or indir.v tlv duo t niit r.-
barn, corner of Ferry and Winter jDay fcarse, eight year old (no better) food fermentation, seems to be amply
Sts.; also small famished house at)Waie) weight abont 1550 pounds. One proven bv the uniformly instant relief
aouwe neavy wort ng Harness. i experienced by sufferers from indiges-
Bring your money and take Lome ajtion and dvpepia, who take a tea
bargain. 1219 j spoonful of pure Bi-nesia ot two. or
three of the five grain tablets in a lit-
NOTICE I tie water immediately after eating.
Notice is hereby eiven that I have I Many dysjreptics, however, have tried
impounded the following described , so many highly praised remedies with
dors in compliance with ordinance No. out obtaining relief, that they have be
1404, towit: 1 male black and while : suit to think nothing can help them,
spotted, mongrel, weight about 10, It is therefore a matter of -pleasant
pounds; one male brown mongrel, j surprise to these jwvjple to learn that
weieht about 25 pounds; one male every br.tfle of P.i-nesia. either tablets
...black montTel, weight about 20 pounds or powder, is accompanied bv a bind-
4 luetic "ini; iLu iiiu"h o . . iu . i i! n -uniunT in rnurn imr imrriiapv
$6 per month. Ivan G.
Without taking sides in the contro
versy as to who was the first white
child born in Oregon, we can shake the
" other hand of one young man who is
glad he wasn't.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 24 acres fin
est of Polk county land, good five
- 'ouse, fine barn, ehicken hous-
Butte, Mont., Dec; , IB. Five hundred
members of the Metal Mine Workers
union returned vo work todav. follow
ing a vote to call off their strike, which
has befn in force several weens, mis
witnnvna tho Incf fipmlilnnpp ftf Inltor
trnnble in Butte ss the smelter workers
have been working for some time.
SIX MINERS BURIED
Tacoma, Wash., 'Dec. 19. Rescuing
parties had failed to reach six miners
entombed in a coal mine at Willteson
up to noon today, and little hope for
the imprisoned miners was held out.
The men were cut off in tho mine
late yesterday, when a blast uncovered
a laree stream ot water and tiooued a
part of the mine proper. The men were
held in the entry where they had been
cut off by the rush of water and were
F, R. Bentley has commenced suit
ngainst Gordon E. Town and Bessie
Town to recover the sum of $947, bal
ance alleged, to bo due on a promissory
note given by them in favor of the
Waldo Hills Orchard company, and as
signed to plaintiff. Ho also sues for
$151 additional and for $150 attorney's
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THEY DEMAND WAR.
Buenos Aires, Dec. 19. A
committee of notable citizens,
representing the Juvenile com
mittee, which is itself composed
of 100 prominent Argentines, ad-
opted formal resolutions today
urging Argentine's declaration
of war against Germany,
GERMAN AGENTS AT WORK
The democratic . conditions of the
great west were shown this morning at
the court house. Justice Burnett of the
supreme court was squatted on the steps
near the county clerk's office with a
young farmer on each side of him and
the thee were as busy as that many
schoolboys planning a raid on someone's
orchard. They were only fixing up the
answer:, to a couplo of questiouaires,
and the young fellows sure have some
authority for their questions being pro
One marriage license was issued this
morning, Olai .Solum and Esther Ness
drawing the glory ticket.
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In His Best
A Pacific Port, Dec. 19 Federal
agents today searched for persons re
sponsible for the crippling of a new tug
Dreadnought, as a result of finding bolt
heads in the engine cylinders as the ves-
I sol started to make her vital trip. The
i tug, just launched, had oeeii rerjiiixi
tinned Uv the government. 1'olice are i
' positive an alien enemy plot was re
With tho French Armies In The Field
Dec. 19. Germany hits withdrawn all
her best soldiers from the Russian front
and has replaced them by her young
est and oldest and poorest troops.
London, Dec, 19. The German am-
i munition dump at Eugel uml the aero-
dome there were bombed yesterday by
British seaplanes, an admiralty state
ment announced today. Several direct I
hits were observed.
LITTLE TALKS ON THRIFT
By S. W. STRAUS
President American Society jor Tiri
acres in prunes,
.u- ria rrom Dallas, Or., 1 about 25 pounds. The above described ! price if it fails to cive complete jatis
mile from school, on good road- Price dogs will be killed if not redeemed j faction proof positive of our confi
$5500 cash, or would -take half in hv owners, on or before De-ember 22, Iden'e that Hi-nesia which is readily ob
trade in zood Salem residence prop-11917, as provided by said ordinrin-e. trainable of any druggist, is the "most
rty, or would rent for ''00 cash 1 W. S LOW, j remarkable remedy ever known for dys
rent. Call or write F. E. Davis, Dal
las, Or. 12 22
P'rpet Commissioner. Dec. 17, 1917. j pepsia. indigestion, acidity, flatulence
12 22 'and stomach troubles generally.
a dinner, giv
en by the
Raleigh, N. C,
with a myste
r i o u s dish.
it warmly and
after the meal
they were in
. the strange
yiand was creamed shark. It had
bten planned by a representative of
the Bureau of Fisheries, who was
present, and one of the purposes of
the dinner was to stimulate interest
in our neglected fishing industries.
The incident is another tangible
proof of the progress we are making
in thrift. Not only are we learning
to conserve our present supply of
food, but we are increasing this sup
ply by the development of new
Another example of a new source
of food supply is cactus candy, which
is now being made in Louisiana from
the spineless cactus, grown for cattle
food. This candy makes a pleasini?
confection and requires only a small
amount of suear. It is said that the
development of the cactus candy in
dustry will enable sugar mills in the
South to utilize part of their machin
ery in candy making during the nine
months of the year when they ordi
narily are idle.
There are still other possibilities of
increasing our food supply that have
not yet been developed in this coun
try. For example millions of bush
els of acorns now go to waste.. The
acorn, as long ago was shown in
Europe, makes a very good meal,
which can be mixed with rye or
wheat flour, and, while the bread is
not as palatable as that which we
Americans have been jised to, it is
nevertheless quite nutritious. The
American Indian knew the food
value of the white-oak acorn and
used to make a meal of it
The-common thistle also possesses
great food value and when young and
tender can be cooked as a substitute
for asparagus. Not long ago, a nut
growers' association was formed in
New York for the purpose of stop
ping the vast waste of nut foods.
Nuts are being used more and more
as food, not only in cakes and pastry,
but for breads of various kinds. It
is said that the walnut contains so
much natural oil that a piece of wal
nut bread is equivalent to an ordinary
slice of wheat bread and butter. It
is said that six ounces of shelled pea
nuts possess a food value equivalent
to 2.3 ounces of round steak, 5 ounces
of codfish, one ounce of rice, 42
ounces rye bread, 35.5 ounces spinach,
5.6 ounces apples, 6 ounces bacon.
As the war progrc-"- - will find
more and more wa -thrift
We are citin. . -nu
wheat than was the case a few weeks
azn, and yet who can say that we are
suffering even the slightest incon
As Shakespeare lon-r as-o discov
ered "Thrift Is Blessing."
Robe, Dec. 19. Powerful enemy as
saults from Caprille to Pertica wero
reported in today's official si;iie..unt
as unsuccessful aguinht the Italians ex
except on the enemy's left wing.
"There he sneeeded ill gaining and
maintaining advantages nt Alontc A.so
lone,'the war office said.
Returns Coming Slow
From Red Cross Workers.
cent. Outside Portland
is Id per cent.
The campaign will now be forced
Portland, Or., Dec. 19. State total
of new Red Cross members .11,250, di
vided, Portland 8110, mid outside 2:i!,i
19. There is a scarcity f rot'"rn f r. i.i 1
Portland districts, one district alono of j
twenty two having turned in JWW.
I'matilla county heads the state;
with 8MIO. a percentage of 51. Coos j
county is second with ISOrt or ."I per
cent, 'both have a 7500 quota. Sixteen
counties average twenty coven per
1917, at dates. Oregon, i
Jlrs. Ucmo lleClary, at
- Deceased is survived by
mother, who lias .moth
cm of Mr. and
red 3 years,
r small child.
The liigilun company have the case.
The remains will be sent to Gates thi.-i
afternoon. l'uiieial arrangements lin I
not. been made at this time.
When asked for his iiiiprcssiun of tlu
Grand Canyon, Douglas Fairbanks, su
per athlete of the screen, said, "I wa
disappointed in it I couldn't jump if
Optometry Means Eye
He Needs Glasses
When yon catch yourself bid. ling vour paper as above, it is time to
bow to the inevitable and 1IAVK VOCB KVKs KXA.M I NK1 for glasses
that will enable yon to read, work or write without effort.
Let us make ihe examination. Our work is dependable and ojr prices
MISS A. McCULLOCH. Optcmetrist
20S-9 Hubbard Bid?.