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I CUT BY WIFE'S
Divorce Proceedings Brought
Against Player Cause of
KKN'OSHA. Wis.. Nov 2 4 James
I ("Hippo") Vnuphn. :t I tar pitcher
f'-fl with the Chicago Nationals and rat-
yx2j ed as one of the creator left-hnnd-
SAfi crs In the mujor leagues, is a hos-
!Sfr3 pltal here today aa a result of being
(OB llaabMl With S razor by his father-ln-
law, during n quarrel a5t nlghl.
The attack was the result of a quar
el prompted by dlVOTCS proceedings
WM filed by Mrs Vaughn. The rase w
Afl 'i-heduied for heanuK y-sterdav. but
SW i Deconclliation had been effertd and
BM Mi unri Mr-, Vaughn were preparlnrj
In move to t'hlrago.
P9 As Vaughn was returning to his
home, be met on the street by
bis father-in-law Harry d Holt, and
Bfl in argument followed IX Holt, ac-1
KM -ordinK to the police slashed at the
'If: pitcher With a razor, cutting
'--.SJi luough his overcoat and inflicting I
jkK n wound In the .lbrlomen Vanjrhn'
prdbabl will be able to leave the I
HH hoipltal within a few da.
89 He Bolt fled and has not been found. '
DEATH SENTENCES GIVEN
ARMY MEN ARE REDUCED
HE WASHINGTON, Nov 2A. Thlrty-
1 wo Personi In the army, were sen
tenced i" death by court-martials dur
f lnB ,ne ,uul f'sr,tl year, but In no rase
ir'fM was the ten tehee carrle'd ititn effect
Rigfll -ays tMaJor General K H. Crowder
Ijofl judge advocate general, in his annual
report made public Tuesday. Twelve
of the rleath sentences were dlsap
J proved nineteen reduced to iinprteon-
H ment, ranging from life terms to five
H years and one case was pending on
review when ihe report was compiled
rQ Only nine of the cases were for
OH tiiililr off. us I. win Ii-.iumI
mm sullty bt mlsbehavioui he face pi
H the enemy and one w is sentenced as
In, Trials for desertion were slightly
f less numerous than preceedlng yens
, 1 but the comparative number w u
UHn larger. Confinemenl for life mlv im-
"fTaV poed in fonv-iwo cases thirty-one of
the sentences being appro ed, two
.1 disapproved, eight terms shortened
HBjBI one pending await.-, rm.il a. tlon.
In all 236 Officers were sentenced
jH to dismissal after court-martial. Of!
these 134 sentences were approved. ;
Htf The total number of general courts'
Hfl for the more serious offenses was fi
8" per cent convictions belnir
"Auction of Souls" at Rex
again today. Shows at 5. 7.
and 9 p. m. See all the big
specials for a dime.
I MOB TAKES NEGRO FROM
COURT AND LYNCHES HIM
EAGLE PASS, Tex.. Nov 24 An
attempt was made bj .1 mob in Piedras
-i Negras. Mexico, opposite Eagle Pas,
early today to storm the jail and lynch
Klphidm Alcgr.i. .. helrl on a murder
li.irge. The military commandant af -1
ter promising that the law would!
quickly luKo ii- course, flnaliv, pre-1
vailed upon the mob to disperse"
AlegrazH was arrested following the
death of Jose .Maria de Losantls. aged 1
1C, who was stabbed and shot last;
Eric Von Stroheim's "Blind
Husbands" at the Lyceum to
day. See all the big specials
H tor a dime. Coming tomorrow
Tom Mix in "The Cyclone."
Open every day at 10:45 a. m.
Wm "They WORK
while you sleep
S'JsHI You arc bilious, constipated, hcad-
iljfftlfSjB achy, full of cold, unstrung. Your
ljwfjffiBj meals don't fit breath is bad. skin
'jStfjjSgSl wallow. Take one or two Coscaretn to-
nSfiflBl night for your liver and bowels and
gHHV wake up clear, rosy and cheerful. No
Hrejygj griping no inconvenience- Children!
rtMffirwSP lovn Cascarels, too 10, 25, 60 cent?
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
.M ogden. in the State ol I ; ih, at ihe close of business on November 15 l2(j
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts. ... .$1.440. C13. 87
Total loans ? . 11,410.613.87
IToVal loans '"40.613 87
i Overdraft s unsecured 1,8 iJ
U. S. government securities owned:
'Deposited to seeure elictilation (L S bonds p;ir
'Owned and unpledged 190,850.00
Total l". S. government securities -90.Jty 00
Other bonds, securities, etc
' becurliies. other than L S. bonds (not including
I stocks.) owned and unpledged 84,098.01
Total bonds, securities, etc , other than I S. 34,098.03
i Stock of federal reserve Tjank (50 per cent of sub
I scrlption) 7.500 00
i Value of banking house owned and unincumbered 70,000.00
Equity in banking house IJ'Sr'i!
I Lawful reserve with federal reserve bank 192.57i.54
litems with lederal reserve bank in process of
I collection (not available as reserve) 89,575.63
Lash In vault and net amounts due from national
banks : 191,065.91
Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust
companies in the United States (other than In
eluded In Items 11, 12. or 13) 84,124.81
Exchanges for clearing house 83,7J.58
I'lu cl.s on other bank in the same city or town a-
reporting bank (other than Item 15J 13,441 37
Total of Items 12, 13. 14, 15 and 16 411,933.00
Chocks on hanks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items... 1,263. 9.r
Redemption fund with U S. treasurer and due
from 1' S. treasurer 5,000.00
Interest earned but not collected approximate
on notes and bills receivable uot past due 20,500 00
iL'apittal stock paid in -- I 100,000. 0o
I Surplus fund 150,000 Ot
j Undivided profits 101,675.11
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid... 29. 373. 63 72.301.48
Circulating notes outstanding 89,000.00
Net amounts due to national banks 6,533.93
Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trul
j companies in the United States mid foreign
' countries v( other than included in Items 28
I or 29) 4 7,593.51
I Certified checks outstanding 1,458.58
Cashier s chucks on own bank outstanding 23.597 86
I Total of Items 28, 29. 3i. 31 and 32 79.180.83
j Demand deposit (other than bank deposits) sub
I Jecl to reserve (deposits payable Within 80 d- )
Individual deposits subject to check 07869.31
Certificates irf deposit due in loss than Jo days
(other than for money borrowed) 101,801 33
Dividends unpaid 75.00
Total of demand deposits (other than d
I posits) subject tn reserve, Items 3S, 34, 35, 36,
37. and 38 ' 1.079.935,64
Time deposits subject to reserve (payable alter 30
days, or subject to 3( days or more notice,
and postal savincs). f
Certificates of deposit (Other than for money bor
rowed) .. 53.168.90
Other time deposits 844.7o2.40
Llabllites. other than those above stated 382.55
Total ' $2,478,721 80
Of the total loans and discounts Bbown above, the amount on winch in
terest and discount wa6 charged at rates In excess of those permitted by law
(Sec 5197, Rev Slat.) (exclusive of noics upon which total charge not to ex
ceed 59 cents was made) was none. The number of such loans was none.
STATE OF I -TAIL COUNTY (F W'ERLK. Bfl
I. R. A Moves, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that
ihe above statement is true to best of my knowledge and belief
H. A7 M YKS. ( a.-hler.
P H HAL'S .
A. t; FELL.
U W. HERRINOTON,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23rd day of November, 1920.
(Seal) T. R. O'CONNOLLY, Notary Public.
Brotherhoods and Unions irge
Re-establishment of Ad
CLEVELAND. O . Nov. 24 Heads
of the big railway transportation
brotherhoods expect to W in Chicago
next Monday to make a fln.it r 1 tl
to the railway labor board to reestab
lish national boards of adjustment. It
was staled by officials of these broth
erhoods that they will go to Chicago
In the event of tb failure of repre
sentatives of the brotherhoods now in
Chicago to get the labor board to re
establish these boirds of adjustment,
which existed during federal control.
Adjustment boards N'os 1, 2. and 1
were terminated at the end of the fed
eral control and their existence, the
brotherhood official state, are neces
sary for the settlement of Grievances
that arise from time in time
The four brotherhoods backed i 18
railway labor organisations are eek
Intf to have national commissions cre
ated to adjust difficulties between em
ployers ,-ind railway workers of all
classes similar to the three, boards in
effect under federal control.
W O. Lee. president of the Brother
hood of Railroad Trainmen said that
tho brotherhoods had made no plans
beyond the possible conference in Chi
cago, but that If the lat.or board re
fused to provide for the hoards of ad
justment the brotherhoods would have
to deal with the railroads in the old
methods prior to government control.
The request by the brotherhoods, ac
cording to Mr Lee, came from the fact
that the award of the labor hoard
handed down last July has been ap
plied very unevenly.
"The board has handed down the
award." Mr. Lee said, 'and now the
brotherhoods want some responsible
agency to see that it Is enforced oven
ly and in lis entirety.'
Zion City. III.. Police Hold
ZION CITY. 111. Nn. 2t. Mrs.!
John Mason, 55 years old, a seml-ln-
v alid for many years, was attacked ;ind ,
beaten by a negro in her home here
late Tuesday and physicians fear shej
may not recover
I An hour after the assault her hus-1
band returned from work and found
her moaning and semi-conacious in a I
closet. Two negroes were brought be
fore her by Chief of Police Becker,
When she had been revived and she
Identified Scott 'Earner, fourteen years
old. of 1.104 Jackson street. North Chi
cago as her assailant.
Late last night darner was bound
over to the grand Jury.
The ncKro youth appeared at the'
home of Mrs .Mason about 4 o'clock)
she said, and walked Into the dining
room before he was discovered Mrs
Mason was in the parlor, and said she
thought her husband had returned 1
early from work, but in response to1
In r greeting, the negro asked her If j
sh "had any chickens to sell."
Before she could call for aid, the
negro seized her and dragged her to
the bed-room, and alter assaulting her.
he beat her over the head with a
heavy flashlight, thrusting her uncon
scious form into a closet where an
hour and a half later her husband
Earlier In the afternoon. Garner had
appeared at the back door of the homo
of Mrs Baine on Gideon avenue, and I
sought "to buy eggs" He fled whenl
Mrs Balne called her husband, who
tis working In the barn.
Special efforts were made bv Chief
Becker to keep news of the assault
from reaching resldent3 of Zion City,
for fear of mob violence.
Cresident-elect Harding's favorite
nme for bis wife is ,"Th Duchess." I
REPORT X)F CONDITION OF
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Ai Ofrden. in the State of Utah, at the close of business on November 16, 1920.
Loans and discounts. Including rediscounts $1,596,580.74
Total loans $1.596.580. 74
1 Deduct :
Notes and bills rediscounted with fed
eral reserve bank (other than bank
acceptances sold) $470,135."")
Notes and bills rediscounted other than
with federal reserve bank (other
than bank acceptances sold).... 6'.5tO.(0 $ 531,635 "0 $1.1161,945. 74
I', is. government securities owned:
1 Deposited 10 secure circulation (U S. bonds par 1
value) ., 175,000. U0
j Pledged as collateral for slate or other deposits
or bills payable 972,450 00
I owned and unpledged 2,278.43
Total U. S. government securities $1,149,728 43 1
Ituher bonds, securities, etc
I Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure
postal savings deposits . 10,000.00
Securities, other than U. S. bonds (not Including
stocks), owned and unpledged 250,937.78
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S 270,937.78 1
Stocks of federal reserve hank (50 per cent of sub
Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered 102.225.00
Equity In banking house 102,226 00
Furniture and fixtures 19.152 24
'Lawful reserve with federal resr-re bank ... . 92,906.00
I Cash in vault and net amounts due from national
Net amounts duo from banks bankers, and trust
companies In the United Slates 1 17,923 96
Exchanges for clearing house 71,643.11
Total of Hems 12, 13. 14. 15 and 16 331.637. 75
Checks on banks located outside of city or town
Of reporting bank and other cash Items 3.291.lCi
Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer and due,
from U. S. treasurer 8,750.00
Capital stcok paid in $ 250.000 00 ,
'Surplus fund 100.000 00 !
I I ndivlded profits 28.319 .81
Less current expenses. Interest, and laves paid ... 24.275.80 4,044 ol
, Circulating notes, outstanding 174,99a 00
! Net amounts due to national banks 119.910 46
I amounts due to banks, bankets, and trust
ompanies in the United Stales and foreign
countries (other than Included In Items 28
or 29) v 203.433.31
Certified checks outstanding 103,117
( ashler's checks on own bank outstanding 60,849' o7
Total of Items 28. 29. 30, 31 and 32 381.296.81
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) sub
I Jcct to reserve (deposits payable within 30 days).
Individual deposlls subject to check 750,377.95
Certificates of deposit due in less than 3o day's'
(other than for money borrowed) 124,986.77
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de
posits) subject to reserve. Items 33. 31. 35. 36,
37, and 38 875.364.72
Tune deioslts SUbj&CI to reserve (payable after 30
days 01 more notice, and postal savings): 1
Certificates of deposit (other than for money bor-
1 rowed) 59,955. 4 S
Postal BSVlngB deposlls 7.707.51
other time deposits 278.189.35
Total of time deposits subject to reserve,
Items 39, 40, 41 and 12 345 852.37
U, S. bonds borrowed without furnishing collateral '
I security for same 50,000.00
Rills payable with federal reserve bank S7.(ou.oo
Liabilities for rediscounts with federal reserve
bank $ 470.135.00
Liabilities lor rediscounts other than .v,rth federal
reserve bank ' 61. 500.00
Total contingent liabilities $ 531.635.00
Of the total loan and discounts shown above, the amount on which in
terest and discount was charged at rates In excess of those permitted by law
(Sec 5197. Rev Stat.) (exclusive of notes upon which total charge not to ex
ceed 50 cents was made) was none. The number of such loans was none.
STATE QF UTAH, I'ol'NTY L WEBER, as:
I. J. H. Riley, cashier of the absjvenamed bank, do solemnl svcarthai
Ihe above statement Is irde to the bSSl of my knowledge and bpllef
J H RILEY. CSBjjleft
E P ELLISON.
I V ABBOTT.
1 'HAS. H BARTON,
Subscribed and swern to before me tbls 23rd day of Noembt-r. 192u
E P. BRATZ, Notary Tubll.
'ea') M commission expires August 16, 1921
1 Kin l sim- LKRIVE8
SAN frRAMCI8CO, Nov. 23. Thlrt
seven days overdue from Sydney. N. 0,
W . the schooner Bangor anchored off
the Golden Gate here today and was
expected to enter the harbor before to
night. It was believed the H.mgor en
countered strong head winds crossing
An ordinance eonflrmlng tho assess
ment upon (he property hereinafter de
scribed upon the oast side of Washing
ton avenue between Ogden river and
CrOM sireot tn Tavlnp District No. HI
In linden City, Utah, for the purpose of
paying (he costs and expense of paving
the roadway of the ease side of said
street with Rltullthic pavement consist
ing of two Inchon of Rlthullthlc wearing
surface on a six Inch cement concrete
base, and also fur grading, constructing
curbs. gutters. aldewajju. culverts,
drainage and Irrigation systems, and for
extending private water service contor
tions from the main to the back of th
curb line logolher with nil other thlng
necessary to do and to fully lompl't'
Be It ordnlned by the Board of Com-
mlealoners "f gdm "Mt. Utah
Section 1 That the assessment and
tax list made by the city engineer as
eorrected. approved and completed by the
Board of Commissioners, sitting as a
Board of Equalization and Review, of the
property on part of Lot 1 Block 4, Riv
erside Annex; Lot 1, Blook I, Riverside
Annex; Lots 1 tn fi Inclusive. Block I,
Riverside Addition. Lot 21. Block T. Riv
erside Addition; Lots j, .1, 4 and 11. Block
fiC. Plat "C". and nn unnumbered lot In
Block IK Plat "C". all In Ofden Cltv
survey, also part of (he Northeast Quar
ter of Seotlon 20 Township 6 NOTthi
Range 1 West Salt Lake MerMlnn. l"nO-
1 ed States survey, f..r the purpost of ,.
ividlnp the roadway if the east elde pf
1 Washington avenue between gde;i 11. or
and Cross street with Bltullthie pav -,
ment eonslstlng of two Inebes Bitu)thf(
1 wi-.irlng nurface on a six Inch "-ment
inereie bate, and also for icradint;. !
Rtructlng eurbs. gutters. sldcwalKs .;
verts, drainage and IrriSjsTtlOB lystems,
anil for extending private water eervli
1 connections from the mam 10 th bock
of the curb line, together villi ali other
, things necessary to do and ( fully .:t
plele said work. 1 herebv confirmed and
all proceedings In connection it!i the
reatlnn of ssld pa Ine tlsiriet nnd 111"
m. iking of Improvements therein ir
hereby ratified, confirmed and approved
Seelion 2. This ordlnonee shall take
effect from and after the date of Its
Adopted and passed bj the Board of
Commlssionsre of ogden 'it. Utah, Ho
j vernier 3, 1920
FRANK FRAXriS Mavor.
C T MOTES. City Recorder.
Stale of Hah. t'ounty of Weber, ss.
I. C. T. Moyes. i lty recorder of tigdon
Clt. t'lah. herebv certify (hat the above
and foregoing Is a full true anil correct
OOPy of an ordinance entitled "An ordi
nance confirming the assessment upon
(he propertv hereinafter describe,! upon
the east side of Washington oenio be-j
(ween Ogden river and Cross street in
Paving lUstrlct No. 2i in Oitilen Cltv,
t tah, for the purpose of paying Ihe
costs and expense of paving the
roadway cf tho east side of muI. I street
with Bltullthlc pavement consisting of
two Inches BltullthP wearing surface on
a six-Inch cemsnt concrete base, and
also for grading, constructing curbs gut
ters, sidewalks, culverts, drainage and
Irrigation systems and for extending
private water service connections from
the main to the bnck of the curb line,
together with all other thing necessarv
to do and to fully complete eSId work,"
adopted and p&esed by the Hoard of
Commissioners of said Ogrien City on the
23rJ ilnv of November, 1920, as appears
of record in my officet
In wltncsM whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and n f fixed the corporate
seal of Ocden Cltv this 23rd day of No
iSKAL) ('. T. MOVES. City. Recorder.
Published November 24th 1920, O-rlrn
Standard-Examiner. Paving PIMrlei No
In the City Court of Ogden City. Coun
ty of Weber, Btatae r t'tah.
Maud Burrell, ilalnllff. vs. John Jar
vis. al.su known a- J. W. Jarvlfl, de
fendsn t .
The state of Utah to the said defenilant:
You are hereby summond to appear
within ten days after service of thl
sumornns upon JfOll, If served within the
counts In whlcli this action Is brought,
otherwise, within iwentv dayy. after
service, and defenj) ttie above entitled
action; and in citetP of your failure to
do. tho plaintiff In this action will anply
to the court for the relief einnnfle. in
the complaint of which a copy Is hereto
attached and herewith served upon you
i .-will will take Judgment for the sum of
I J42 principal, ami interest from the IStli
'day of f-'etiruaiw. 19J0 at the legal rate 1
and for COStS of this proceeding
W R. SKEBN rialnllffs Attorney !
P. O. Address 402 Eccles Bldg . Ogden. 1
Oalert Ogden Cltv. Weber eounlv.
I tuah tK 12th day of August. I ISO
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed prOpOSall wl!l lie received by the I
undersigned until 2 o'clock p. m . Pec.
20. 1920. for construct Inc n tlmOer truss
hlgluvHv hrldjfo over the Muddy river,
near St. Thomas. In Clsrk county. Ne
vada. Plans may be examined and forms of
proposal contract and specifications se
cured at office of untderslgned; may aso
he examined ar me county clerics office
In Las Vej;as Cash deposit Of 115.001
with the 11 nderalaned reouired for ooo)
of plans, which Will bi refunded on their j
return In good condition Bids must lie 1
on proposal form of Highway Oepart- ,
ment accompanied by ccrtJfled check In
the amount of T per cent of bid Right
Is reserved to reject any or all bids,
c. c. COTTRBLU
State Highway Engineer
n 1 .nil I'll'.-. N'e -ada 7679
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE AMERI
CAN UNION PAINT COMPANY
j Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual meeting" of stockholders of American
il'nlon Pnlnt Company will be held m ,1.
principal office of the Hld company, nt
' No. lai Waet Rushton Avenue. In the'es,
of Ogden. Weber County rtah. on Tue.
d.T. the "tb dy of December. 1920. at
'll o'clock a. m for the election of .i
Board of Directors nnd the transaction of
; any other business that ma properly
come before such meeting.
And noiice is further given th.it nt st.eh
l meeting the stockholders wfll be ailed
upon to consider und art upon Ihe; QtlOS
! lion und pioposltlon to sanction and uu
J thorize the Increase of the maximum
amount of the authorized capltsl stock of
I the corporation from Korty Thousand
noiiars (S40.000.00) to Eighty Thousand
Dollars 1 $so.u00.00. or such othe sum
ma be determined upon at said niectink-:
saia capital stock to be divided into such
number of shares and into such cl.isslfica
nons of stork, and to be of tpch par
nlue of shares as may be determined
and agreed upon at said meeting
B BL Pu..
J C. LITTLEFIELD,
Albamiira Copper Compan. hose princi
pal plnec- of business Is at ogden City,
Weber County. Stale of t'tnb
N'otl e lx herebv given, that then- Is dc
linnuent upon the following described
capital slock of said company on account
of sssessment levied on the .loth clay or
j September, A. D.. l'J20. tho seversl
'amounts set opposite the noiiifs of the re
Ispectlve shareholders as follows:
No. No. Ami
I Name Cert. Shares Due
! William Fisher 11 50,000 W7.60
I W. S Paine C7 1.00Q 1.76
Walter P Monson..3x 8.O00 14,00
A D. Garner II 0"" 7
A Van Patteh 4 l.otV) 1.75
' Nath J. Thomas.. .41 500 .87
I Grant H. S(ephens..S7 1,500 2.65
And In accordance with law. and an or
I der of the board of directors made on the
10th day of September. A D.. 1920. so
'many shares of each pjicel of said stock
as mas be necessarv , will be fold at pub
1 lie auction at the office of the secretary
of said company at No 314 Col. Hudson
: Huildlng. In Ogden "lt Weber Countv.
State at I tah. at 5 n. m. on the 2(b
da) of November, A D, 1920. to pay the
v 1 . .'I.' assessment and costs of ad
'i Using and expense of sale,
AEIIAMBK A i OPPBR COMPANY.
B) David Jenson. Secretary.
Consult County Clerk or me Respec
tive Signers fgr Furthei
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tho District Court of the Second
: Judicial District in and for the County
I of Weber. State of Utah.
In Ihe matter of the estate of Ollls
1 Frank. Deceased
' Creditors will present claims together
! with vouchers to the undersigned ad
1 ministrator at 402 LV.Ies Building. Og
' den. Utah, or or beforo the 1st day of
1 February, 1P21.
ROBERT M FARLANI-.
w. r. SKBBNi Attorney.
Date of first publication Nov. 21, 1920.
lato of list )iublicallon. Doc-. 2.'. 1910.
7 7 7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
; In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District. In and for Weber County.
State of l ioh.
In the Matd-r of the Estate of William
Creditors will present claims with
vouchors to tho undersigned at the office
of C. R. HoMlngsworth, Suite 01S. David
Kceles building. Ogden, t'tnb, on or bl
fore January 15 1931
Dated. November 10, 120
WILLIAM JAMES JENKINS.
I Administrator With the Will Annexed or
the Estate of William Jenkins, P.
IC R. HoMlngsworth. Attorney for Admin
; Istratoi 7305
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of (be Second
I Judicial District. State of Utah, within
; ancl for Weber county.
In the matter of the estate of Louisa
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned, adminis
trator of the estate of Louisa UUB
grave deceased, at the office of Koval
J. Douglas. P29 David Bccles Building.
Ogden City. Utah,, on or before the lt
dav of February. l'.iO.
W C. CARVER. Administrator.
ROTAL T DOl'OLAS.
Attorney for Administrator.
Date of first publication Xov 24. 1910
Date Of last publication. Dec. 22. 19X0
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years a standard remedy for colds.
Children like it. No harmful drugs,
but juat good medicine. At your
druggists COc and $1.20 a bottle. I
Ear colds an d coughs 1
Lazy People, Lazy Bovels
So many folks neglect the serious
condition of constipation. It under- '
minca the health, takeg all vim out 11
of vnti. Dr. Kihes 1 "HI s will in a
frentle manner invigorate the system, ( H
stir tip the liver, move the bowels. 1
5v?.me old price, 25c., all druggists.
r Prompt! Wont Gripei
to hide skin trouble
aids poor complexions
If our complexion is rough, red, ut H
imp!y, don't try to cover up the dc- H
gjecU with cosmetics which do no, con- H
col, but usually attract atteniiori to the H
reason for their use. P.c today to H
clear your skin wr.'i Resinol Ointment
and Resinol Soap. H
This treatment not only cleanses the
skin and enables it to breathe, but H
BSoally removes blotches, redness and H
yout dealer for RSdnol Scvap and OiltOBCQt
Cuiicura Heals. j
"My trouble started in little pirn
pies on my forche-d and they scat- j
tered all over my face. They were H
red and festered and became very J
sore. 1 picked them and they got B
worse and I could not sleep, and H
my face was disagreeable to look at
"1 saw on advertisement for Cuii
cura Soap and Ointment and sent
for a free sample. 1 bought mote
and when I had used two cakes
of Cuticura Soap and one box of H
Cuticura Ointment I was healed." J
(Signed) Miss V. A. Sawyer, Granite
Falls. Wash., Feb. 27, 1920. I
Rely on Cuticura Soap, Ointment I
and Talcum to care for your skin. j
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ntorl-. Deal B Mill-oH Mui " SolJcrcry-
when SAapac. Ointment 15 ndtOr. Talcum 2tf 9999S
jki"K ulicur Sop ihavri wilhout mug IH
fsSany Tonics I
fail t-o strengthen be-1
I cause they are minus
true food values.
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tonic that builds up J
I the body ancl restores S
I strength through
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Ry the c i1
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use o f WbMteBM
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havo seen nliR'v9VrvRvV
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ened 60 WgjOKiMaV
many instances, and quick reHef
brought to inflamed, aching, itching,
burning, work-strained, watery eyes.
Read th aoctor'8 full statement Boon 1
to appear in this paper. Bon-Opto is
sold nnd recommended everywhere by
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