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WILLMAR OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday Evening, Jan 4
Prices 25,35,50 and 75c
Reserved Seats at Carlson Bros
AT THE PLAYHOUSES
Theda Bara at Dreamland Thursday
—The Turn of the Road at the
"The Turn of the Road," a power
ful drama, telling a strong story of
real life, will be the attraction at the
Majestic theatre Saturday, Jan. 1st,
In "The Turn of the Road," produc
ed by the Vitagraph Company under
the direction of Tefft Johnson from an
original manuscript by Isabel M. John
ston, considerable of the interest cen
ters in Jack, the four year old son of
John and Helen King. To heighten
the realism and add the softening
touch characteristic of childhood to
the story, a nursery scene was built
that for completeness of detail, is
worthy of more than passing mention.
The wainscoting is made up of a ser
ies of pictures representing scenes and
characters1 popular with children
Above these is a second series of pan
els in which the alphabet is promi
nent, while entwined in and among the
letters, are more of the scenes that
appeal to the childish mind. Scatter
ed about the room are picture blocks,
toy trains, fire engines, books, that
tell of the adventures of "Little Red
Riding Hood," "Mother
All this is contrasted in the swiftly
moving scenes where little Jack's fath
er forsakes his mother for the beau
tiful temptress that called his wife
friend. The strong dramatic situa
tions that lead up to the two most pow
erful scenes in the story,—the plunge
over an embankment of a high-pow
ered motor car, in which the elopers
are speeding and the climax, where
the conscience stricken husband res-
TO YOU and HAPPY NEW YEARS' WISHES
Thanking you for past favors and as we look
back over the year just gone, one of our great
pleasures is the thought of the host of friends
with whom our business relations are so
We are happy in serving you and hope that
our earnest humble effort may have at least a
small share in making your New Year one
that will be most happy and prosperous.
For 1916 we pledge you our best efforts.
WILLMAR CO-OPERATIVE MERCANTILE COMPANY
ED. BENSON, Mgr.
cues his wife from a fire in their home,
are interrupted by flashes of the home
like nursery, redulent of the atmos
phere of childhood. The author craft
ily worked out her story so that one
series of scenes would heighten the
effect of the other and Director John
son succeeded in registering on the
screen, just that deft touch that
caught the spirit of the author's con
The Mutual Masterpice to be shown
at the Majestic next Tuesday evening
will be "Bred in the Bone," featuring
Dorothy Gish. This is a drama of
stage life, telling how a young girl an
swers the call of the stage Miss Gish
plays the part of a stage struck girl,
who becomes a celebrated actress, and
who later turns her back on success
and fame, to answer the higher call
of love and home.
What is probably the highest figure
yet paid to a stellar attraction for
series of pictures, even in this era of
fabulous salaries in the motion pic
ture firmament, was the feature of a
contract entered into between Ethel
Barrymore, the celebrated stage star,
and the Metro-Picture Corporation.
Under this contract, Miss Barrymore
is to receive the flat sum of $40,000
for each picture in which she is feat
ured, and the contract covers a period
of three years.
The above is of local interest from
the fact that the management of
Dreamland have entered into contract
with the Metro Corporation, under
which the local house wilj^have the
exclusive showing 01 Metro pictures
during 1916. Miss Barrymore's first
appearance in this city will be Febru
ary 12, in "The Final Judgment."
Theda Bara, the woman with "the
most wickedly beautiful face in the
world," will be seen at Dreamland on
Thursday afternoon and evening of
this week in "Lady Audley's Secret,"
one of her greatest successes.
Heretofore Miss Bara has portray
ed the parts of women who are innate
ly bad or wicked. In "Lady Audley's
Secret" however, she is cast for a
part that depicts a woman who causes
misery to two men, but does it sub
consciously. It is the story of a wom
an cursed by a hereditary insanity
which is brought out by a series of
terrible misfortunes, catastrophes
which would seem to cause any sound
mind to become unbalanced. It is the
fact that Lady Audley commits the
crimes she does while insane that
makes the characterization so partic
ularly delicate. It is necessary to
trace the oncoming of the malady from
a vague, undefinable beginning thru
to a series of horrible crimes. Miss
Bara maintaines the cresendo tempo
of the action marvelously, as perhaps
she alone could have done it.
As a matter of fact when the scenes
depicting the emotional crisis of the
story were being made, when Lady
Audley loses herself in a frenzy of
madness, Miss Bara was so overcome
by terrific strain under which she lab
ored that she was unable to go on
Extends thanks to the public for
enormously large and liberal
patronage given him before the holi
We wish you a happy and pros
perous New Year and assure you
we are prepared to continue to serve
you to your satisfaction as hereto
any more that day. She seemed to
lose herself altogether in her superb
interpretation of the part she was por
Miss Bara is undoubtedly one of the
most sincere and convincing artists
either on the screen or on the legiti
mate stage today, and "Lady Audley's
Secret" will surely be hailed as an
added wreath to her laurels.
On Saturday afernoon and evening,
the famous pictures of "The Wizard
Of Oz," Will be the attraction at
"LYMAN H. HOWE DAY" AT PAN
In recognition of the sheer excel
lence of the films of the Panama—
California Exposition made by Lyman
H. Howe the Exposition officials set
aside a "Lyman H. Howe Day" which
was fittingly observed on July 7th on
the wonderful pulazas and avenues of
the great Exposition at San Diego.
The honor was conferred on Mr.
Howe because the films which will be
shown here at Dreamland on next
Tuesday, Jan. 4th, surpassed the ex
pectations of the officials not merely
in perfection of photography and
"composition" but what is equally im
portant—in giving every spectator
such a comprehensive and adequate
knowledge of the magical beauty of
the Exposition. As part of the cere
moniea an .address wa.au raade^ by Mr.
Howe's representative during which
reference was made to still another
feature in the following words: "Mr.
Howe, interested in the spirit that
prompted the creation of the Panama
—California Exposition presents to
the Exposition's historian, a moving
picture print—the first from the mov
ing picture negatives that have been
made during the last few months
showing the Panama Canal in opera
"These pictures depict the princi
pal incidents of the day to day opera
tion of the great waterway now open
for the commerce of the world. These
film records were made possible thru
the co-operation of the Hon. Lindley
M. Garrison, Secretary of War."
"The scenes in the series of mov
ing pictures which Mr. Howe has the
honor to present to you show each
step in the passing of a modern steam
er through the Panama Canal, both at
the Pacific and Atlantic entrances,
their passage in both directions thru
the Great Gatum Locks, Gatum Lake,
Culebra Cut, Pedro Miguel Locks,
Miraflores Lake and the Miraflores
"The picture gives one the experi
ence of passing through the Canal and
also of being at points along the Canal
when ships are passing. They also
show U. S. Army life on the canal."
These moving picture records of the
Panama Canal are enclosed in a cop
per box which is so sealed that the
films should be in excellent state of
preservation when they are intended
to be opened in 1965 and viewed by
the people then living at San Diego,
California. In addition to the mov
ing picture films of the Panama Can
al in this receptacle there is placed a
moving picture record of this day at
the Panama—California Exposition,
July 7th, 1915, which the directors' of
the Exposition have so kindly named
in Mr. Howe's honor as "Lyman H.
Howe Day." These films, preserved
for a future generation's instruction
and entertainment, are the first to
be placed in the archives of an inter
Crow River, Dec. 26—Everyone is
enjoying the nice weather during
Misses Gesena Wrolson and Rhoda
Anderson who attend school at Sioux
Falls, S. D., arrived lasfr week to spend
their vacation here.
Miss Gladys Saboe visited at the
Shipstead home Sunday.
The Ole A. Olson family of Warner
visited at the T. S. Thompson home
Willie Thompson of Crosby, N. D.,
arrived for a visit with relatives and
friends last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wrol Wrolson have
for their guests during the holidays,
Mr. and Mrs. Goodman Okland of
Roy Thompson, Reuben Olson and
Henry Eliason attended the Christ
mas tree program in the Warner
school house last Thursday evening,
Miss Gertrude Saboe of Vida, Mont.,
returned to her parental home last
Mr. Nickolal Johnson and daugh
ter, Ollne were entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Severeide
Mr. Anfln Odland is a patient at the
Sunnyside hospital at New London.
Lewis Johnson visited with Cyrus
Griffith Sunday afternoon.
Tribune Wan-Tad* Bring Result*.
WILLMAR TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29,1915
O A A N E 8 0 N A
Dr. Albert W. Ode11, Dentist, Metro
politan Bldg. 'Phone 47.—Adv.
Dr. H. P. Porter, Dentistry, Carlson
Dr. C. E. Gerretson, Dentist, Loney
Block. Telephone 199.—Adv.
—Harry Larson of New York, is vis
iting with friends in this city.
—Elmer Dahlgren spent Christmas
visiting with his parents at Benson.
—A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Rasmusson last Sunday eve
—Henry Nelson of Minneapolis
spent Christmas at his home in this
Don't forget to attend the Removal
Sale at the Hoglund Hardware Store.
—Miss Meda McElhone leaves on
Thursday for a visit with relatives at
—Charles Gallagher returned Sun
day evening from a visit with his par
ents at Northfield.
—Mrs. Earl Martin left the middle
of last week for a visit with her par
ents at Brown Valley.
—Roland DeLaHunt is at home from
school at Ames, la., to spend the holi
days with his parents.
—Miss Edna Lunstead, who teaches
in Roseland came home last Thursday
to spend the holidays.
—Miss Ella Lunstead, who teaches
near Kandiyohi is spending the holi
days at her home here.
—Monroe Nichols of Minneapolis
arrived Sunday evening for a visit
with relatives in this city.
—Clyde Hunter returned Sunday
evening from a few days' visit with his
parents at Northwood, la.
—Miss Vera Nelson, who teaches
near Raymond is visiting at her home
here during the holidays.
—Neal McGrew was here between
trains Thursday enroute for Benson,
where he spent Christmas.
—Miss Carrie Williams who attends
Stout Institute is spending the holi
days at her home in this city.
—Mrs. Martha Brogren and son,
France of New London, spent Christ
mas with relatives in this city.
—Miss Marie Hansen left last Thurs
day afternoon for a holiday visit witn
her siter, Mrs. Moen, at Tracy.
—Mrs. Richard Haley and children
are visiting with relatives in Minne
apolis during the holiday season.
—Mr. and Mrs. Gust Monson of Mil
aca are visiting with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Monson.
—Frank Boyd, who is studying den
tistry at Indianapolis, Ind., is spend
ing the holidays at his home here.
—Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fuller and
daughter left the middle of last week
for a visit with relatives at Cokato.
—Gus Knutson was at Fairibauit
last week. He returned with his
daughter, who attends school there.
—Miss Huldah Erickson arrived
from St Paul Friday evening for a
visit at the Andrew Peterson home.
—Miss Amy Strand returned to
Satfic Centre Monday afternoon, after
spending a few days^at her home here.
—Arthurs Ives, who is employed a,t
the Agricultural School at Morris,
spent Saturday and Sunday in this
—The J. L. Hanscom family held a
reunion on Christmas day. Twenty
one were present at the Christmas din
—Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Brown left
Thursday afternoon for an over
Christmas visit with relatives at Nor
—Billie Williams who attends school
at Ames, la .,is spending the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
—Miss Edla Ryberg, who is teach
ing near Pennock arrived last Thurs
day afternoon to spend the holidays at
her home here.
—Olaf Thorpe came home from Min
neapolis the last of the week for a
visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. O. Thorpe.
—Mr. and Mrs. Al Palm and daugh
ter, Gertrude left Saturday morning
for Minneapolis to spend Christmas
—Mrs. F. L. Anderson and daugh
ter, Ethel of Hallock arrived Thurs
day for a visit at the Linden Hill farm
—Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Healy and baby,
and Miss Anna Healy of St. Paul, ar
rived the last of the week for a visit
—Miss Borghild Sand, who teaches
at Ely, Minn., is at home to spend the
holidays with her parents,. Mr. and
Mrs. G. O. Sand.
A dozen photographs make twelve
splendid gifts. Have them taken at
Elkjer's new ground floor studio, two
doors east of the Co-operative store.
—Harold Tallakson, Edwin Kiland,
Walter Knudson and William Estrem,
who attend school at Luther College,
Decorah, la., are at home for the hoi!
FREE, one piano or one Tonola
phonograph to one person in each lo
cality. Write for particulars. Priess
Piano Company, 11 South 7th St., Min
—Miss Marion Gratz who attends
Mount Holyoke at South Hadley,
Mass., arrived last Wednesday to
spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gratz.
Feel tired all the time—can't sleep,
work or rest. Nothing tastes right.
Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
It will do the work that counts. Start
tonight. 35c.—Carlson Bros.
—Mr. and Mrs. Olof Sandbo of Min
neapolis, Mr. and. Mrs. Charles H.
Johnson of Fargo, N. D., and Henry
Moss of Minot, are visiting at the E.
T. Sandbo home this week.
"•-Dressmaking and Ladies' Tailor
ing School. Bring your sewing to
Miss Carrie Amundson. Guarantee to
flt you. I also teach the Keister Sys
tem. Old Postofflce Building.—Adv tf
—The members of the Tri-Mu class
of the Swedish Bapist church will
hold their annual banquet in the
church basement this (Wednesday)
evening at 8 o'clock.
Perfect womanhood depends on
good health. Nature's rarest gift of
figure and beauty is desired by every
girl. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
clears the complexion, reddens the
lips, brightens the eye, fills out the
hollows. Start tonight. 35c, Tea and
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REQUE8T8 NO DELAY
Big business of Railroads Threatens
a Car Famine. Asks Co-opera
tion of Shippers.
J. W. Higgins, executive secretary
of the Western Association of Rail
roads, urges co-operation of shippers
with the railroads to release cars at
the earliest possible moment in or
der to prevent a shortage of cars in
moving the unprecedented freight
business of the country. We quote
from Mr. Higgins letter:
"In a recent circular on this sub
ject the Interstate Commerce Com
mission states: 'In order that the bus
iness of the country may go forward
without interruption, the commission
urges shippers, both individually and
through their associations, to co-op
erate to secure the prompt and full
loading of cars and their prompt re
lease. One of the chief causes
of failure of car supply in past sea
sons has been the unnecessary deten
tion of cars by careless shippers and
by shippers using them for storage
purposes. In the general public inter
est, shippers should endeavor to re
lease cars at the earliest possible mo
ment without regard to the free time
given by the tariffs.'
"To this end the following sugges
tions are made, for which the widest
publicity is solicited:
"First: Load and unload all cars as
quickly as possible.
"Second: Load all cars to the full
"Third: Anticipate the disposition
of freight before its arrival.
"Fourth: Only order such cars as
can be loaded promptly.
"Fifth: Do not order special type
of car when ordinary type will answer
"Sixth: Reduce to the minimum the
practice of billing Nars to intermediate
points to be held for reconsignment."
Long Lake, Dec. 27—Miss Olga
Mengland of White Rock, S. D., is
visiting with relatives and friends
this vicinity at present.
Student Holmen of Red Wing vis
ited at G. Bratberg's last week.
Oscar Anderson of Donnelly visit?
ed with his sister, Mrs. Bernt Over
all and other friends last week.
Misses Olga Mengland of White
Rock, S D, and Clara Peterson of
Willmar and Einar Gynild, Oliver
Birkeland and Oscar Peterson were
entertained at the Julius Peterson
home for supper Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson
were given a pleasant surprise by
their friends last week. Lunch was
served and everyone enjoyed the eve
Mr. Martin Peterson visited with
old friends at New London a few days
Mr. Cornie Hendrickson and family
called on friends at Spicer Saturday
Services in the Long Lake church
New Year's Day in the forenoon by
The Grorud family were entertain
ed for dinner at the Overson home
Misses Mabelle and Agnes Peterson
visited at the Ed. Peterson home Sun
Marcus Peterson called on Hen
drickson's last week.
Miss Minnie Grorud, who has been
staying at Willmar for some time, is
visiting at her home here
Mr. Oscar Peterson and Mr. Mar
tin Peterson visited at the C. Norsten
Miss Alma Martinson has returned
from a week's stay at Spicer.
Shanty Town, Dec. 27—Olga Meng
land of New Effington, S. D., is visit
ing at the Edw. Pederson home.
Quite a few of the young folks from
here called on J. Pederson Saturday
L. E Oberg of Spencer, la., is spend
ing his Christmas vacation at John
Clara Pederson, who has been
dressmaking at Willmar for the past
three months, is spending her vaca
tion at her home here.
Oscar Pederson is visiting with
friends at Norway Lake.
Einar Gynild, who attends the Augs
burg Seminary at Minneapolis, is
home for the holidays.
Mrs. Gunderson is reported to be
quite ill at her home here.
Martin Fykson, who is staying at
the Sonderson home, made a business
trip to Willmar Thursday.
Carl Samuelson has been laid up
for the past two weeks with an injur
ed foot. He is now able to be around
Several young folks of this vicinity
called at the Edward Pederson home
August and Bennie Berg called on
John Berg Sunday forenoon.
Sivert Birkeland and Marcus Ped
erson called on Samuelson's one day
Tollef Loue called on Shanty Town
Stomach Catarrh Is
In this climate catarrh Is a*
prevalent disease. Catarrh af
fects the stomach as often as
any other organ. Perhaps every
third person is more or less
troubled with stomach catarrh.
Peruna is extensively used In
WILLIAM F. STEVENS
Plans and specifications prepared
for all classes of buildings. The
same careful services, whether
they are large or small
Guarantees You Satisfaction.
Office: Cedar and Charles Sts.
North St. Paul, Minn.
Write for particulars.
Switches made from Hair Comb
ings. Mall orders promptly filled.
Route 1 8vea, Minn.
Roseland, Dec. 27—Mr. and Mrs. C.
Kohrs were entertained at the J. Dam
hof home last Saturday for dinner.
Mrs Dekker and Mrs. W. Talen
called on Mrs. J. Brummel last Wed
Mr. and Mrs Builthuis and family
expect to move to their own farm the
first of this week.
Mrs. John Weiberdink received the
sad news of the death of her grand
mother, Mrs Haan of Chicago, which
Mr. Sam Dykema spent Christmas
at the home of his mother, Mrs. S.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dragt and family
called at the H. Dragt home last Tues
Mr. Nick Brouwer and Miss Angie
Knoll attended the Christmas pro
gram at Prinsburg last Friday after
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Buren and
family were entertained at the home
of the former's brother, Mrs. Albert
Van Buren last Saurday evening.
Mr. H. Dragt made a business trip
to Willmar last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Busch are visiting
relatives and friends in Fillmore coun
ty for a few weeks.
The Christmas celebration at the
church here Friday evening was a suc
cess in every way.
Mr. Bulthuis of Chicago is expected
home next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dykema visited
at the H. Dragt home last Monday
Misses Jennie Strootman of Prins
burg and Nellie Nype are doing the
housework at the M. Busch home this
Mrs. D. Nype is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Damhof will cele
brate their tenth wedding anniversary
WHEN WILLMAR PEOPLE
Publicly Testify, It's Evidence Not to
When residents of Willmar are will
ing to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills
in this paper, is there any good rea
son to try a kidney backache or blad
der remedy that is not as well re
J. H. Taylor, train dispatcher, 109
Bertha St„ Willmar, says: "I was
troubled by my kidneys for about two
years. I work in an office and, no
doubt, sitting in one position for such
long periods caused the trouble. My
head ached and I felt very dizzy. I
didn't have any ambition. After doc
toring a great deal to no avail, I used
Doan's Kidney Pills and they cured
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same thU
Mr. Taylor had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
New London, Dec. 27—Oliver Huse
and Carl Olson attended the Christ
mas tree festival in the West Lake
church last Sunday evening.
The Misses Birdie and Julia Aasen
and Ole and Markhus Aasen and Carl
Larson visited at the Huse Bros1.'
home last Saturday evening.
The Misses Clara and Alma Hana
borg are visiting at their parental
homo during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fosse visited at
the Ludvig Runsberg home Christmas
Nels Eveneon is visiting at the Ar
thur Otterness home during the holi
The Aasen children visited at the
Andre Engem home from Sunday un
Rev. M. A. Sotendahl conducted re
ligious services at the East Norway
Lake church last Sunday.
John Norin of Canada has been vis
iting friends and relatives in Will
mar and this vicinity the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Syverson
visited at the Hans Syverson home
Alfred Lundgren called on Norma
Nelson last Wednesday.
Carl Larson called on Christ Lar
son last Saturday.
Olive? Larson called on Ed. Huse
last Sunday afternoon.
The Ole Hamborg family entertain
ed visitors last Wednesday evening.
Don't forget to attend the Removal
Sale at the Hoglund Hardware Store.
SAFE FOR SALE—Examine at Palace
Grocery and make me an offer. W.
D. Wiggins. 442
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS:
We wish to extend our hearty thanks to the
public for the liberal patronage received during
the past year. The year marks the close of our
twenty-seventh year in business at Willmar.
It shall be our aim to merit a continuance of
the confidence and patronage bestowed upon
us in the past, by keeping our store up-to-date
and progressive for the benefit of our patrons.
Wishing one and all, a good year of happi
ness and prosperity in 1916, we are
Very Truly Yours,
Having decided to quit farming, I
will sell at public auction on my place
10 miles west of Willmar and 6 miles
north of Raymond on
THURSDAY, JANURY 6, 1916
the following described property:
One roan horse, 7 years old one
roan horse, 11 years one bay horse,
8 years one bay mare, 11 year* one
bay horse, 12 years one bay horse, 13
years one black mare, 7 years one
black mare, 7 years two roan colts,
6 months old.
Ten pigs, 35 chickens.
One new binder, 7 ft. cut one new
mower, 5 ft. cut one new gang plow,
disc one new sulky plow three lum
ber wagons one hay rack one drag
one drill one disc three set work
ing harness one walking plow 200
bushels corn some fodder corn
household goods and other articles too
numerous to mention.
Sale begins at one o'clock p. m.
Terms: All sums of $5.00 and un
der, cash sums over that amount
time will be given until Nov. 1, 1916,
on bankable notes at 8 per cent in
GUST ANDERSON, Owner.
P. B. Hong, Clerk.
W .N. Davis, Auctioneer. Adv 12-22-2t
GREAT NORTHERN TIME TABLE
Arrival and departure of trains at
the Willmar Station:
Vo 3 from St. Paul 2:10 fern
No 13 from St Paul 1:40 p.m.
No 21 from St. Paul 9:10 p.m.
No 9 from St. Paul 10:40 p.m.
No. 31 from Duluth 1:40 p.m.
No 52 from Yankton 3:30 a.m.
No. 32 from Sioux City 2:00 p.
No. 2 from Coast 4:40 a.
No. 10 from Grand Forks.... 3:45 a. m.
No. 14 from Fargo 1:40 p.
No. 13 for Fargo 2:30 p.m.
No. 9 for Grand Forks 10:45 p.m.
No 31 for Sioux City 2:00 p.m.
No. 51 for Yankton 11:15 p.m.
No. 32 for Duluth 2:35p.m.
10 for St Paul 3:50 a.
22 for St Paul 7:00 a.m.
14 for St Paul 2:30 p.
3 for Seattle 2:15 a.m.
2 for St Paul 4:45 a.m.
Learn Dressmaking and Ladles
Tailoring. I teach pattern making,
catting and fitting. Do your own sew
ing. Terms from six weeks to three
months. Come early and engage your
place or write Miss Mathilda John
son, 198 E. Litchfield Ave., Willmar,
Minn. Phone 584.
Don't forget to attend the Removal
sale at the Hoglund Hardware Store.
COL J. W. HANKY
TRY ME AND I WILL SURE
IF YOUR CHILD 18 CR08&
Look Mother! If tongue is coattoV
cleanse little bowels-with "Cali
fornia Syrup of Figs." *»& ^Jf%\
Mothers can rest easy alter string
"California Syrup of Figs," because in.
a few hours all the clogged-up waste,
sour bile and fermenting food gently
moves out of the bowels, and yon have
a well, playful child again.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
take this harmless "fruit laxative."
Millions of mothers keep it handy be
cause they know its action on the*
stomach, liver and bowels is precast
Ask your druggist for a 60-cent hot*
tie of "California Syrup of Figs," which
contains directions for babies, children,
of all ages and for grown-ups.
NEW YEAR'S GREETING
O. N. PETER80N,
E wish a happy and prosperous New
Year to all our friends and customers.
We wish to express our hearty thanks for
the patronage extended us during the
past year. A continuance of the same
will be appreciated.
4 3 2 Benson Awe.