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' l health. robes health, that JriM for the Kentucky
Mfl.,,fml loov. if she gets -ick. the proceed to get well. Posesea
ci heaTth Bnow. tlit8 personal charm and attracti-enes. need not
worry. They are her. That to the J- ,t,mi ,tomlch
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tan, IT Myrtle Aveeua, L-tonla,
Kentucky, Is typlcaL She says: "I
kave never In all my life, tin- re
cently, weighed over 15 poanda.
Finally, I beitan t, take Penina.
Mr weight now is 124. While I
didn't really need It, I have started
on the third bottle. Perumi h;i
certainly done me a great sal of
rood and I recommend it to my
friends. Several are taking it.'
It is surprising the amount of de
pendence placed by women every,
where upon Dr. Hartman's World
Famons Peruna. For forty-five
rears It has been a household rem
edy for couirhs, colds, catarrh and
ail catarrhal inflammation whether!
Mr. end Mrs. Gardner motored to
Saringbrook Thursday where the lat
ter 's parents live. Mrs. Gardner re
tnmined to have some dental work done.
Floyd Bates left Bunday for France
where k will enter the Friends recon
Ksthor Tucker, the small daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Tucker, died last Wed
nesday Mil was buried In the Friends
cemetery here Thursday forenoon.
Air, ana Mrs. ueo iiiinston nave Been
i l'ortland for a few days.
W. 8b Pomberton is buildinp an addi
tion to his house. The parsonage also
is beta; remodeled to some extent.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearson have a
Miss Floy Bonncy died at Oregon
City last Saturday. C. A. Hadlcy con
ducted tho funoral servico at Salem.
Miss Bonncy had lived here tor several
veers and wna vnRitoeted and loved bv
all who knew her. Our sympathy goes
out vo in- uureiiveu lamu.
Mrs,. Anna Blaco who is stopping
You Can't Hub It Away; .
Rheumatism is in the moo
t t-ttMonta Will Never Cure.
, . ... .ni;tu with Hheuma-
hy waste time with liniments,
r did cure jtneumauam, iu
111 never succeed. Try the
'an of finding the cause of
,nd go after that. Remove
ivnd there can be no pain,
nover be rid of Rheuma-
THE WISDOM OF EARLY SHOPPING
is apparent to moat people right now. The authorities will not
permit crowding. Stores are seldom crowded mornings, hence it
is the SAFEST, as well as the most convenient and pleasant time
to shop. Come early-
A Movable Shelter-Protection, a Comfort, a Joy,
a Right Good Friend for Several Winters
And we are closing them out, Men's and Boys'
Overcoats, priced from $15 to $36, yes, closing
them out, every last one of them, and Macki
naws too, at a
REDUCTION OF 20 PE CENT
WOOL PLUSH COATINGS
Heavy wool plush Coatings, 58 inches wide,
Brown, Green and Navy, at a . educed price to
These are excellent qualities and were selling
They .re now
ii lis Tune b the Clki Bui-ei-
tte Clue Gran EWHes.
. fin n -
or other or,n or part of the oody.
Th record of Peruna for nearly
a hlf CMiturf I startling- one.
Thoumnd bar discovered and tes
tify to Ita marvelous merit. Peruna
! wild everywhere. May be pur
rltaaed In either liquid or tablet
form. Tour dealer has If. Ask tor
)r. Hartman's well-known Peruna
Tonto. Do not accept a substitute
or "something just as good." insist
Jf you are sick and suffering from
ny cause whatever, write The Pe
ru na Company, Dpt 7. Columbus,
Ohio, for Dr. Hartman's Health
BooK. The book is free and may
help you. Ask your dealer for a
with the C. A. Hartley family, is visit-
in j her ion, Walter Blaco, of Clovor-
Misg Alberta Burris is quite sick with
lung trouble. At present she is at the
home of her aunt in Bulem.
Pile, Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Dritfrjristw refund money it PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure Itciung,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
Stop Irritation; Soothes and Heals.
You can got restful sleep after tho
first application. Priee 60c.
i OREGON TROOPS
(Continued frsm page one)
I Was 13 days returning to America,
The dowrhboya were ve'V enthusi
stie over tho numbor "13" and some
evea declared that there hid been 13
I Gorman killed around a camp stove
which they were using in their Frentn
Tno eruisor St. Louis which brought
(tho artillorymon, completed her twen'
tioth round trip to Europe since war
A BiD'Cmnii hub eiurvt?u iu hid ensv
A . 1 1 . .. .1 1. Ik. n ,
I to chingd the name of Yellowstone
pare in noomvoii para.
itism unm you ci-"-- "
uam wifc. - . ..
the germe that cause tho iliso .
S. S. S. has never had an eqiml a.-
blood purilier and scores oi si.
say mat. n ..-.-- -- --- -
Rheiimetlsm, and removed all true
of the disease rrom tneir B-siei".
Get a bottlo of S. S. S. at your
dmff store, and get on tho rijrlit
treatment to-day. If you want spe
cial medical advice, you can omm .
free by addressing Medical pir'
23 Swift Laboratory, AuantB
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M front Portland tomgnt so join nor
RS. a C. SHELBON is expected
husband duriiu? the lezi-lature,
v, Khwlitnn hino- renresentative from
Jacksoa county. Mr. and Mr. Sheldon
will occupy tae xeaaenc. ot -
Usta Moore, -'U uaa gtreet aurinn uw
in s.ilum Th .Shu! don's make
their home in Medford and t the close
of the session plaa to return tnere.
Miss Moore is leaving for Portland
thig afternoon,ccompanied by her small
nejifoew, Don Moore. Sho expects to
remain in Portland for the next two
months, as the guest of Mrs. F. M.
Miles. Miss Moore claims a host of
friends in the city, who will anticipate
her return to Salem ia the early
Mrs. George F. Bodgers has arrived
from Astoria and will remain in Balom
several weeks, during tho absence of
Mr. Rodgers, who has gone east on a
tunlnnu ti-in NhA ia th BTlCflt Of M.
Jasoph Baunigartner et the. latter'
home on uenter street.
A large eircle of friends will he glad
to hear that Mrs. D. F. Wagner is
! gradually improving sifter being ill
with influenza for a numncr ot uj.
at the Wagner home on North Cot
tage street. '
Mrs. L. K. Pago has returned from
ft week's visit at Donald, where she
wns entertained a the guest of Mr.
Freda Moore and Mr. Frances Mer
A party of Portland friends who mo
tored up to attend the funeral of Mr.
Sutherland yeirtorday included Mrs.
Phil Metchan, Mrs. Willis Duniway,
Mr William Rmll. MrSi l1. B. Smith
and J. E. Morrow. Mrs. Metschan, who
is a sister of Mr. eutneriana, remain
ed over until today.
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Salem friends of Mrs. Arnold Hutto
CPmi Rmitr will hn interested to
hear that she is residing in Twin Fails
Idaho. Mrs. Hutto who is a well known
Salem girl, and a gifted pianifc, is
ninvino In nun nf the larcfl theaters in
Twin Falls. Mr. Hutto is in the service
ami hng been stationed at Camp Lewis.
Mrs. Hutto with her small son, Robert
Arnold, makes her home with her par
ents, during her husband' absence.
The Snutors moved to Idaho aoout
threo years affo, Mrs. Hutto 's marriage
takinir nljicn f Twin Fulls. Durinv her
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miiitonftn tifre. alio tnnk her musical
training undor Miss Beatrice Shelton.
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IWra. P.aril Armnriput hna hnen flnter-
raining as guests for a few days her
paronts, Mr. and Mrs, George MoKilli-
in Black, Dark
close them out
at $4.00 a yaH
n. el Vaaooaver. B..C The visitors
returned home the firrt of the week.
Mrs. Henry 0. Tarpley hat received
a letter from her son, Pan W. Tarpley,
who haa beenr stationed with the 20th
engineers in (France, that he eipaeted
to sail for New York in a few days.
The letter was dated December eighth,
and hemee Mr. Tarpley ' arrival in
Salem is anticipated within a short
time. Mr. Tarpley has been in Franee
ovar a year and judging rrom me na
ture of his letters home, will have some
unusually interesting experiences to re
late to his many Salem friends.
Mrs. Alice A. Miles ha8 fioae to Ta
coma, where she will enjoy a month's
visit with relatives.
Miss Lena Belle Tartar went to Cor
vallis last evening for a rhort stay.
Miss Tartar wag accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. M. Tartar, of Corvallis,
who has been spending the past tort-
night in Salem as the guest -of her
daughter. Mias Tartar is recovering
from a eiege of influenza.
Major Ik A. Walton of the aviation
corps at Houston, Texas, is spending
a ten day furlough in Salem with is
mother. Mrs. James Walton.
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The M. O. club composed of a con
genial group of the young men of the
city, held their first election of offi
cers Monday night at their elub rooms
In the Masonic Temple. Those elected
to office were president, Earl McDon-
ough; secretary-treasurer, Dewey Ham-
mell; assistant secretary-treasurer,
Warren Brasher. The club, which prom
ispj to play a leading part in the to
eial life of the younger et, was or
ganised recently, holding its initial
meeting week, ago Monday.
Miss Vera Kitchener, well known
Salem girl and Oregon musician, has
opened a piano studio in New Tork
oity, following a year of musiaal study
In the east. Miss Kitchener waa the
organist at the Oregon theater three
years ago, giving up her position to go
to New York. She accompanied Miss
Mary Schultz, popular Salem violinist,
who left the same winter for the east
to do further studying.
Ir. Prince W. Byrd is expected home
tomorrow' evening from Fort Ogle
thorpe, Virginia, where he hs been
stationed in the medical corps at Camp
Groenleaf. Dr. Byrd has been visiting
hig parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. C. Byrd,
at Spokane enroute home.
Mrs. Alexander Thompson, represent
ative from Wasco county, who ig in
Salem for the legislature is Btaying at
tha home of Miss Nina W. Parrish, .55
IT. Summer street. Mrs. Thompson has
as her private secretary, Miss Garvin
of The Dalles. Miss Garvin is city at
torney at The Dalles.
HATH OFTEN BTJINED
BY WASHING WITH SOAP
Soap ehould be used very 'carefully,
if you want to keep your hair looking
its best; Most oap and prepared sham
poos, contain too much alkali. This
driee the scalp, makes the hair brittle,
and ruins dt
The best thing for steady use is just
ordinary mulsified cocoamit oil (which
is pure and groaseless), and is better
than the most expensive soap or any
thing else you can use.
One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the hair with water and rub it
in. It makes an abundance of rieh,
creamy lather, which rinses out easily,
removing every particle of dust, dirt,
dandruff and excessive oil. The hair
dries quivkly and evenly, and it leaves
the soalp soft, and the hair fane and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy
You can get mulsified cocoanut oil
at any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and
a few ounces will supply every mem
ber of the family for months.
German Duplicity Fould
trade Armistice Terms
American HomlminrtAra in fu.n......
To.. 1H mu , . . ' 2t
jo. jiib iniru American army has
uncovered a plot by Germans to evade
ioiihb oi tne armistice, according
to announcement otdny.
The Americana wn
of miaous of marks worth of materials,
na5 otcn learned, throng sales of
motor trucks and large' quantities of
SUPclies tlV tho llnwan.na Tl
- - wv....ww. . urn Bun-
plies which reverted to the Americans
under the terms of the armistice, were
sold tu Wivate corporations Wd indi-
. ..-w a,vv. ieut u irom
head.iui.ner8 warning against wch sales
6;n-l declaring them void. Everythinsr
il:lia saI.I i.n 1. . . . -
w... ui-eu oruorfQ surrendered
withir. a week.
(ierman duplicity also is causing a
rigid fum naaon of alleged unsatis-
"""'r "" munitions.
It ia Ipftrne tK.. O--. y
Til- r.. ' AW18 or
j.mnois win decline to become a mcm
oer of tho interstate commerce com
muMMon, if that position is offered
Nearlv 100.Dno j,, .
ft n . fT,the wtl(n of memorial
Kooseve" hDGr ' eJt Ire8i,,cnt
WORKS F03 FIRST
III INT1 YEARS
Tauhc Restores Health After
EYerything Else Has
"Yes, sir, I'm willing to go before
a notary and take an oath that Tan
lac was the only thing that relieved
my troubles after I had tried all kinds
of medicine and treatments without
suceess," said O. C. Sprague, who is
well known for hi interest in ento
mology, being en authority on the sub
ject and having- made one of the larg
est colleetiona of butterflies from this
and foreign countries ever exhibited
in the United State
"iMr trouble started sevea years ago
with acute ' indigestion," continued
Mr. Spragne, "and my stomach was
in sues, a terri.oie eonuiu-n im"
thing I would eat fermented and Moat
ed me up with gas till I felt like I
wag going to choke and I was in mis
ery most all the time. Then I suffered
agonies from a pain in my 'back right
across my kidneys, and my back be
came so weak, and hurt me so mueh
that 1 eould hardly stand on my feet
or even walk, and just had to quit
working. For two whole years I was
unable to do a lick of work, then after
being idler so long I just had to get at
something, and at the time I started
on Tanlae I would put in a ween or
two then I would give out and have
to lav off for a while. Everybody I
consulted about my trouble dieagreed
as to the cause some sayw one thing
and some another, and although I
spent over $300 on medicines and treat
ments, trying everything I could hear
of, nothing did me a bit of good, and
I was as far from well as ever.
"One day I read in the papers where
a party had been helped out of trou
bles like mine by taking Tanlac, ee
I decided to take one more chanee,
and positively, I hadir't finished my
second bottle Deiore l noncea a ue
cided improvement. I felt so eneour
aged that I kept it up till I had taken
six bottles and I now feed a good as
I ever did. I have, a splendid appetitie
and my stomach 'never give9 me the
least bit of trouble, that awful misery
is gone from my back and I ncvei
have an ache or pain of any kind. 1
never miss a day from my work now on
account of sickness and I can got out
in the woods and fiehle following my
hobby collecting butterflies once more.
I am so enthnsaastic about the wny
Tanlac has fixed, mo up that I am con
stantly boosting it to all my friends,'
Tanlae is sold in Hubbard by Hub
bard Drug Co., in Mt. Angel iby Ben
Oooch, in Gcrvais by John Kelly, in
Turner by H. P. Cornelius, in Wood-
burn by Lyman H. Shorey, in Salem
Dy Dr. a. U. Stone, in Silverton by lieo.
A. Hteelhammcr, in vrates by Mrs. J.
P. McCurdy, in Btayton by C. A. Bcau-
ehamp, in Aurora by Aurora Drug
Market Action Restricted
To Two Or Three Groups
New York, Jan. 15. The New York
Evening Sun financial review for to
About the only action in today's
stock market was provided by a dozen
or so oi the specialties and two or
three groups like the tobaeeos and rub
bers. American Sumatra Tchaci-n. Tot.
as company and Mexican Petroleum
were particularly bouyant Individual
strong spots included Associated Dry
goods, United Fruit, International Pa
per, Great Northern Ore, American
Hido and Leather Preferred and Am
erican Smelting sod Befitting. United
States Steel ranged between 91 and 92
but Bethlehem Steel wag again heavy
and sold at a new low fimr. lni,
Baldwin Locomotive waa weak and so
was International Nickel and one or
two others. The list was in general
strong but trading was so sluggish out
side the spee.iftlt. favorita. that urn.
interest attached to movements iu the
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i," Tl h',i
Jl Ui-rxm possible for evtry
u.i woman -.through use of
Immediately gives ekin appear
ance of beauty then nntlv
ffUS United beauty hW J
for fc,r,nd hand,. ftiesrFtJK
MBS. IRENE SCOTT
12-N. High St.
New Face Veils : 10c, 23c, 50c
Good Yard Veiling ..... 23c 50c 75c
New Chiffon Veiling ...... 75c, 85c, $1.00
Outing Flannel Gowns ...$1.98, $2.48
Women's Lingerie Waists ... 98c, $1.48, $1.75
Women's Georgette Crepe Waists $3.98, $4.98
Women's Suits .-- --$19.75 to $34.75
Women's Coats .......$16.-8 to 42.50
Women's Dresses .... $14-75 to
U. G. Shipley Co.
Colds Cause Headaches and Pains
Feverish Headaches and Body Pains
j - .ni a m.a ennn relieved
causea irom w " '.,.,
by taking LAXATIVE BKOMO QUI-
INliXi rai'DOts. lireri: g win. -
mo Quinine." K. W. GROVE'S signa
ture on the box. 30c.
State House Notes
At its meeting of February II, the
State Highway Commission will aeeopt
bids for several stretches of roau as
Five miles of grading from Drain to
Yonealla in Douglas county and two
and one-half miles of heavy work from
the stage coach pass north to the
Jaques place in Douglas county. This s
what is known as the Glendale cut-off.
In Josephine county, six miles of
paving just south of Grants Pass.
Alan from flnrvallis north to the Polk-
Benton county line, 10 miles of grad
ing. In Washington counry Between
Multnomah line and Hillsboro. the con
tract will bo let for 11 miles paving.
Tne contract lor tne overneau crosnug
of the 8. P. at Divide was signed up
Board held this morning a proposition
was made by Mr- Roberson, of Portland,
in regard to the dam at Tunialo in
Crook county. Just at present the dam
leaks, but if it could be put in good
condition to hold water, it is under
stood about 10,000 or 12,000 acres
more could be irrigated. Tho proposi
tion of Mr. Roberson was that the
board give him the privilege of re
constructing the dam to hold water and
from the sale of the additional land
that could be irrigated, the state was
to receive $75,000. To this the board
agreed, with the proviso that if the
dam did not properly hold water and
that no additional land eould be irri
gated, that tho Portland man was to
receive no compensation for his work
or expense incurred.
Attorney General Brown was inntrn
ted this morning by tho State Land
Board to investigate certain land
frauds of about fourteen or fifteen
years ago wherein it is claimed that
the state was defrauded out of about
300,000 acres of sehool lands. And to
make the investigation thorough, thr
attorney general was instructed to ask
the legislature for the neceBsary funds
Clyde Kennedy, who '
mayor of Pe Ell, refusing to qualify, J.
. wonnnue, retiring mayor, has been
eleeted by the council to fill the va
cancy. The Washincton WnoWnnpm'
ciation closed its meeting at Yakima
iuruy nignt wirn a banquet, after
selecting Walla Walla us its r.l f
meeting next year.
Crossing Klamath lako on the Ice
Saturday, C. B. Clendenburg lost his
team when the ioe gave way, but nar
rowly escaped with his life.
Captain Lee Caldwell, Pendloton man
reported killed, was well and safe on
November 2, according to a letter just
received from. him by his mother
Brigadier General Cornelius Vander
out, commanding tho Ts,,.., :.i. i.
gade of the Thirteenth division, ig the
....v urucer ot n.gh rank to be dis
charged from the army.
Carter's Little liver Pills
You Cannot b
J l Ban 1 b.rV I
.tottewasw.lo; a'ARTER'S IRON PIT.LS
wwu me reaao
"wny coloriees fact
Ciaimmgs Understood To
Be McCormick's Successor
Washington, Jan. 15. Administra.
tion officials indicated . today that
Vance McCormick who resigned as dew
ocratic national committee chairman,
will not succeed Ambassador Sharp at
Paris. Instead he will remain as ad
viser to the peace commission in his
capacity as war trade board head.
While official announcement hie not
been wads here, it was understood that
sharp cither has quit or will do so.
Homer S. Cuuiinings, vice chairman
of tho national committee, is under
stood to be successor of McCormick in
the political position.
Liberty bonds amounting to $250,000
were stolen from the Studobnker cor
poration at South' Bond, Ind., some
time last week.
At the request of Mayor Hays, the
Mayo Brothers, of Rochester, Minn.,
have forwarded to Boise enough influ
enza serum to treat 2500 pcojilo, and
inoculations will bo given free.
I Catarrh Of The
I Stomach Is Dangerous !
"Thousands Have It and Don't t
Know It.'' Sava Phvsician. I
I'rwjuett'tly Mistaken for In- f
j;..: tt x t)
f f r
"Thousands of people suffer more
or 3-ess constantly from furred, coated
tongue, bad ibreath, gour ibuining stom-
acn, frequent vomiting, rtimbling in
stomach bitter OTUfltationg, ga, wind
and stomach acidity and call it indi
gestion when iu reality their trouble in
due to gastric catarrh of the stom
ach," writes a Now York physu-..ni.
Catarrh of tho stomach is dangerous
because' the Mtueous membrane lining
of the stomach is thickened and a coat
ing of. phlegm covers the surface so
that .the digestive fluids cannot ini
with the food and digest; Ihcm. Thio
condition soon breeds deadly disease in
the fermented, unnssimilatc food. i'he
blood is polluted and carries the in
fection throughout the body. Gastric
ullk'ers are apt to form and frequently
an ulcer is the first sign, of a deadly
In catarrh of the stomach i good and
safe treatment ds to take before me1
a teaspoonful of pure Bisii rated Mag
nesia in half a glass of hot water as
hot as you can comfortably drink it
The hot water washes the mucous from
the stomach walls and draws the blood
to the stomach whilo the bisurated
magnesia is an excellent solvent for
mucous and increases tho efficiency ot
the hot water treatment. Moreover the
Bisurated Magnesia will serve as
powerful but harmless antacid which
will neutralize any excess' hydrochloric
acid that may be in your etemach and
sweeten its food contents. Eauy, Bat'
nral digestion without distress of any
kind should soon follow. - Bisurated
Magnesia is not a laxative, is hrnl"
teas, pleasant and easy to take and
can be obtained from any local orng"
?ist. Don't confuse Bisurated Magne
sia with other forms of magnesia,
milks, citrates, etc., Ibut get it in tho
pure bisurated form (powder or ta--'et),
especially prepared for this pr'
Gnulc bears tlgmtui.