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COX UNDER CARE
Suffering now with Serious Throat
Troumle. Laryngitis Develops.
Portland, Ore., Sept. 12.-Governor
Cox, whose throat has been -giving hin
trouble during the past few days of
h-is campaign tour of the West, was
Oxamiined today by a splecalist who
declared the governor's throat was in
bad condition and advised him to can
cel some of his speaking engagements.
This Governor Cox declared em piati
tally he would not do. The trouble
was diAgnosed as speaker's laryngitis.
The physician, Dr. Charles T. Cham
berlain, a son of Senator Chamber
lain, was called in this morning after
Governor Cox arrived fronm Seattle
and prescribed massage treatment and
obtained a massauer who agreed to
accompany the Denocratic nominee
onl his trip tomliorrow to Salem, Ore.,
and possibly continue furtlher onl the
A crowd of about 100 persons, in
eluding many women, Vas at -the sta
lion, wlen the governor's train ar
rived at. 7:40 this morning, but Dr. J.
Smith. state DemIloeratic chairman,
after Conferring with mi emliers of the
candidate's vartv. said the governor
desired more rest and would 1meet the
rceep tioll ecilit it tee at his hotel at 11
Governor ('ox had announced he de
sired a quiet Sunday and would attend
ciirch services. S'everal churches ex
tended Invitations, but not ti-til the
governor and Senator Chamberln
started for West Mluster l'resbyteriin
church was any iiinat.ion gliven as to
where the visitor woi (1 worship. At
tihe (hlir th lhe go ernotr refused to be
ushered down the aisle and sat near
the door. Ile listened to a seriion 1)
ile Rev. Dr. Edward H. Pence.
The governor is to speak at the
armory at Sah-lm Monday morning and
will return to Portland it time to
speak at tle audititium here Monday
at nooln aII at :1:3 pt . m .
The govcrnor is to lave Monday
night for Salt Lake ( ity. but owing
otlit condition of his voice it was
expected he would not inake aty rear
plat fotum speelies for I wo or three
All children troubled with worms have an un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
GRoVE'S TASTEIYSS chill TONIC given regularly
for two or-three weeks will enrich the blood, im
prove the digestion, and act ns a General Strength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw offor dispcl the worms. and the Child will bc
ia oerfect I - alth. Ileasant to tale e oer hott.
Rel~ad how M rs. Albert
Gre ,ory, o R. F. D. No.
1, 01:uford, I!:., got rid of
her ills "During. . I
My pains were terrific. I
th ought I woutld di. TeN
fjbearimg-down painr were
* actuatlly so severe I cculd
not statnd the pressure of f
my hands on d~ie lower
pat f y tomach . ..
i ipyfel;t as if liic was
Sfor btut a short titme. My
husband was worried ...
One evenitig, while read
* itng the Birthday Alma
p*nac, he came across a
* case similar to mine, and
* *went straight for some
* Cardut for me to try.
The Woman's Tonic
"I took it faithfully and
the results were immedi
ate," adds Mrs. Gregory.
"I continued to get bet
ter, all my ills left me,
and I went through...
with no further trouble.
My baby was fat and
God-am once more hale
and hearty, can walk
mIles, do my work,
thotugh 44 years old, feel
like a new person. All 1
owe to Cardul." For
many years Cardul has
been found helpful in
buIlding up the system
when run down by dIs
orders pecullar to women.
CHANGES IN SPAIN
Nation Has Formed Liking for
War Started the Movement, and its
Popularity Does Not Seem to
Have Greatly Abated With
Advent of Peace.
While the war was absorbing the at
tention of the English, sport in gen.
eral and polo and horse racing in par
ticular took refuge in Spain under the
protection of King Alfonso. It seems
that the coming of peace and the re
turn of the sport to England an(
Prance has not found the Spaniards
willing to let go of their new outdoor
accomplishnents. Rather, they have
gone In for itore of thei. A writer in
the London Daily Mial, acting as cor
respoidlen' In Madrid, says:
"'TUhe dtenna Is doomed. Also the
semi-oriental system she represented.
"The death warrant was signed
when the senoritars f Midrid took to
pinying tennis and golf, to skiing In
the Sierra and to traveling in a side
"I lence also the collapse of the car
n ival as it utsed to be. It Is an nui
qjumted survival of the days whent lad
could meet lass without the dueitia at
only one short season in the year, and
the imask was fondly supposed to con
"In addition to taking up more ail
more all the sport's familiar elsewhere,
the Mindrilene ladies have one of their
owi; a sort of racquets played in a
Jeu-de-paumfe (pelota) court, but
without the basketwork cestus. They
use tennis rnekets aid( the courts are
"Lately they have begun to st'eer
their own cars, too, though that sport
Is not encouragedI for theim by the
reckless speeds permitted In big
"A glance fit tiy lIvading Mi'drld pa
per will show whither young male
Spain is tearlinug. Not only are golf
courses arising outside all of t'he resi
dential cities, but other exotics like
polo are increasingly popiular with the
ilt-edged yotith. M1adid, Bhareelona
ad other cen ters humti wiliit motor
tratile, and big sideczrr outtits are all
over the plinc.
"In olle thing young Spain appears
iot to be chinlg-th lmodiiesty3 of
her daughtors aid the absteinIoisaess
of her sonrs. A few days ago I imiade
a round of all tile inisiiien t lia's
in Seville, begiitilng with a sort of
itsien1 costlile play (the very un'
l'ui 'Sol)g of Forgetf'fuIIness') at :1 then
ter at 5::0 ). I ll. a d n1l4 ing irt I It.
mi. fin a wvorkmni's dinwe h1all. The
play was dlescribed as 'Vermlouth.'" hill
tIh re freshtini-nts sold were clhii ilate
"ftelinnelr I wenlt to a1 popullar
llisic hll whore Spalish hmts are
e'xibited, thenr Io a lpe' r 111 hall (onl
Iti c fee about 5 'tlts), ;11rd 1ina:lly
to the diance hall. Tl only cololle
refresliiilt I s-aw consumirl was it
gltss whteh I ordlert'1 miystI' it rder
to seeo if olw (.411bl get' it. at :Ill. I have
wi(IrdA-1t'ed hulitt Ill! vorkiingmeniii's
qurr't-ers of Maid rid, Ibircelonia and St
ville. itdl at night :thouitt tlithe Alhalein
of (Girinidl, bit I have yet to sm- it
i lt'k irurat, still l's fiti intoxieirld
". know that a great dal of wine
is conestiievd ona oen:sliins, sich irs hip
tismas, but the 'lintel crawl' is as lhttl
un1 iitiltiin'ent of 3'orng Sipait as is
fl' heert-sona )ing winch chatirne terl'Audt
prewr GI~ermianya .''
Why We Yawn.
Thleire are two un firlinlg signs of
fatIigue, say3s Drt. Ii irlford Itioss, thre
homet otlice fact ory' inspedtorI for' Lin
dont, Enigland1(. Whten thIe ind is tir'ed
people girpe, aind wh'len the 1body3 Is
tired they fidtget. Theare is an Itdein that
giaing is ''cutchlilug,'' but 1 thIs is oirly
Srute If mny 1 people are tired I ogethier.
Doct'or 111)ss has wartchred childrent in
Londont schools, and he Ifids that dutr
lag thre mornIng if onte gapes the oth
era (10 not follow stit, brut towards the
tendt of thte afternoon, when onte gapes
the othters do the same. Wheon in Ini
dIa Doctor Itoss stood onte mtorning on
Ithe staircaise of thre viceregarl Iiniee at'
Calcutta and watchted meni aitd womten
going tip aind down [past u statue of u
yawnlitg rmn. Nobody gaped. Thaut
night thnere was a ball at the palarce;
iand tat flye o'clock in the mtornilng D~oc
tor 1toss again stood by the staitue arnd
watchetd the people going home. Ev
eryone gaped, and1( thIs was simply be
cause they3 wer'e fatiued ; when they
were' firesh, they could pass the yawn
ing fgrre wIth imunity.
This From a School Teacher.
They were strollitg along tlte banks
of White iver toward itatvenswoodl,
two girls from souithern Indiania, whIo
are aIttendilng a local pr'epairatory
school for tearchers. They were ad
miring the row of t'dd lIttle cottages
and the sumtimer inhaabitants, when one
of the girls remarked: "I woutld jtust
love to live out lhere, but would like a
more exclusive spot." Tihe other girl
agreed shte wvoutld jutst love to lIve
there. bitt said : "I would wanlt a cot
tqge where thre other's ain't at."-In
Sweden GIven PrIzed Relic.
The general's collar worn by Gus
tavus Adolphuts, king of Swe'den, when
hue, was killed at t'he battle of Lutzen
in 1632, hits been presettd to thre
Scandinavian govertnent by the Aus
triani governm9tent in recognition of
charity to Adtstria. The insignia was
taken: !.otm his body by soldiecs c)
the Austrian, guard and bas beta te
a milItney muueum ever senzc.
MARVELOUS IS HUMAN MIND
Five Huhdred Million Brain Cells Re.
sponsive to the Call of Ruler
of the intelleot.
.Op a rough estimate, the brain con
tains 50,000,000 cells, each having a
consciousness of its own. Your self
consciousness, your personality, should
be tpe master of all these willing
They are the genii of' the mind,
humbly waiting to do your bidding;
guardians of the vast stores of ideas
that you, more often than not without
realizing it, have gathered along life's
highway. Are you one of the reck
less kind, who have "no idea," or are
you in the ranks of the sensible, who
summon the spirits of the intellect to
How Is this done? Nothing more
simple. Get the problem fairly and
squarely into your head, and then for
get it ! The little genii of the brain
refuse to be coerced; humor them,
however, and there is no limit to what
they can, and will, do for you. You
have to make a deelslon. Turn the
problem round and round in your head
till you are gitdy, you will get no near
er to the solution. Put it away from
you. Don't force your thoughts; leave
them alone, iind behol, suddenly,
when you least expect it, the idela you
have been searching for will jump Into
your mind, to Pe instantly recognized
as the idea you wanted.
The magiclans of the brain would
appear to be more amenable to femi
nine than masculine rule, for the prov
erbs of all nations agree that women's
best ideas are her first ones, while
nin] hIs to wait for second thouighit if
lie would act rightly.
Our search for ideas, too, must he
systemntic if we want to get hold of
According to the Platonlic philos
ophy, ideas are the universal type's of
whclh Ii(lividual specimens are the
more or less imiperfect copies; so that
we im-ed not Ie downhearted If we
eonnot carry out our ideas in practice
exactly as they occur to us in the
Thouight grows snowhall fashion, and
is the (11111osite to Iloley.
Tlle Imore ve ;pendl the more we
Good Causes and Poor Tunes.
Mr. Herniiard Sh1aw, who lits fitilen
foul ofl "The Itedl Flig," whllh lie re
gardls 1 111 ailt that wolil r1n 111any
mON(1en(11lt, sevils to forg't that 111anI1y
a gol1 (-iluse has belel'n ull0 portedi by
a Poorl tulne. The Mi-1n111 1111atinal anlt
themIl is at rentaifrknhlty1111 lu n mlodyN
butl that d]Id not it1m1rth resistanie
or 1ulege. Andi neier the words nor
munsiv of "(oil Save the KIng," are
patle1u11ily uplIftin2g. The l air ot
"Lilliullero, that is 521l1 1o have
whitl~l Innes11ol'f the thr-one. of
Enlgatild, ennniot have beenl a very dlis
tiiglislhed on. for llowilys no
one s1tms to know what it wis. ()i
till ote hand 1ihe lMission 1ational
1211ni was enslly on1e of thei most
stirriIg ' examip s [if its kind11 ill 'lu
rop'. hut it did i t save 11iish- C11fro
collap1'.4e. If thle% soviets hltve provided
i su i tut10 111h for It the r l'"'lIt would 1
problably plea-,se Mir. 1.411.w ais li1ttle as
"'l'e lid Flg."wlehl hecnidr
shouhd he rechristenled "Th11e E41-:11rt11
March of a Fried-."- h
Thinks Earth Will Last Many Years.
In ai r'cenIt Iiecture1 SIr2 11 lr JLodige,
the eminen121t E.nglish$1 01 scetist, nn1
ab11 llyntinie to exist. flor 20.0001,000)
ye'ars miore. 'Theuse are, (If couIlrse,
round numbers~ll5i. Somell selent Ists estlI
1nn11 I tha21t thle earth 1 will l 1ive' for teni
time's tis unge. Thlere have bleen 21n1
nmals of one1 kind innld another llni this111
pianet for fully' this length oI(f time1.
Thle dinlosaurs a' lre helleved'l to have'i
livedl thlroughi some1 su1ch plerid. Thie
age of 1man2, which Is prohly)1~3 onliy a
few thousand21( year is. 51eemsl tilt merest
trifle by 'omlpalrlsonl. When~l we con
side(r how man has dleveilped dluring
recordled history, whlech is less thanl
tea thlousand years, we mny hope
that 11e will evolve to an inintitely
finer type in tile future.--Hoy's' Life.
Carry Photo Messages in Eyes..
Spies, engaged In a life-and-death
businless, hlave devised extraordinarily
ingenious methods of c'onceIailent
since hlistory began. No mleansa coumld
be miore remalrkale, however, than that
used( by tile RussIan hoishevikl * for
gett Inlg .maessages thlroulgh tile enemy
lines. 'fie inside skill of an eggshleli
is pnsted on gloss, and reduced withI
a mlicrotome knife to ailmost imipalr)
able thinness. Tt is then'i sensitized,
and1 nmiceroscopic message photograph
ed upon01 it. Removed froml the glass,
it is spread withi a brush on the' spy's
eyeballi, un~der the 11id. It does5 not
inconveniienlce the enririer, and( being
quite transparent it is practietlly in
vile~I.-POPlar Mecha nieOs Ma gasine.
Plm Quickly Developed.
Sixty rolls of phlotographie film han
died in ten minutes' aetual working
time Is the elaim made for a system
of glazed stonewar'e dlevelopinlg tan~ks
now on~ the market. aecordling to Pop
ultar Mechanics Magazine. Tile tanks
ave sold in sets of three, one for
developing, one for fixing and1 one for
washinig. 1Eneh has a concave bottom.
teriniatlng in a brna drain cock,
The last, or wasinllg, tank is fitted
also ,with tin overflow connection, to
permiit 'onit inuious ' water cir'ullation
from1 bottoml tn top.
Taxing the Allen in Italy.
Uinier thle Itnalan laws a foreign
reAlent ia itrily pays an1 income tax
sole;: 9"4 income dierived fronm Italian
ionrces. lie is aot taxed olf icoint
deri.md antside of teny- '
Card of Thanks.
iWe wish o thankeach and every one
of ouX' neighbors and friends for. their
many deeds of liindnes's and also for
the rnany flowers during the loss of
our dear mother. 'M1ay God bless each
and every one,
W. M. Creamer and Obildren.
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having claims against said estate will,
present them on or before said date,.
duly -proven or be forever barred. .
R M. WASSON,
Administrator (awith will annexed).
Sept. 8, 1920.-1 me. 8-5t-A.
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Take notice that on the 8th day of
Q0tobpr,- 1920, 1 will render a final'ac.
count of my acts and doifgs as Ad
ministrator of the estate of . J. Was
son deceased, in the office of the Judge
of Probate of Ibaurens county, at 11
o'clock, a. m. and on the seme day will
.apply for a final discharge from my
Any person indebted to said estate
is notified and required to make pay
nent on. that date; and all pei'sons
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