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I \ \ SURPLUS STOCK •M SHOE Pvf»SAIE \ V A Fortunate Buy Made Such Valuw I*o«jdble I Jwhay Baaement MAIN FIX)OR fWOMENS MEN'S > SHOES SHOES $0.95 $O.BO Aa-bUek ldd 9-inch Rrown CjJf Larf ,, s> tow 22*. a. lft ,)i» with welt soles. Made 0%-er Sr JJ,! 1 ;!' 1 !: Htyliah. rood fitting la.,t; S3 4 $B.OO value.; Q(\ MBP* |<j OC &i2es; now SJ«QU 'll SLIPPERS . Mfttari heels, in black Men's and Women's Felt '«T bmwb; $O.OO value*; Slippers; all sizes; values to $3.801 $1.90 CUMrcn's Shoes, vahim to Pumps and Oxfords, vaJ .RJJ t£X IS 'til "• 10 ' l2o °- at 92.80 54.80 $5.80 .56.80 « WMM New Cuts Are Made la Price of Ford. Wmt Hi drutle cum tn th« pro* "M IM HIMHbiIM w«r« ftiwouaced f ■ too. wh»n you drlrH Only One in Five ■ • : ■ls Safe Can you afford) to risk your teeth and your health when the odds are four to one against you ? That i* what yoa are doing unless you take proper t_ Pyorrhea. OnrtalStatSbg show that four people out of every ftvc contract pyorrhea after they pass the age of % forty. Thousands younger also suffer. Pynrrtia and It attacks the teeth below the fomi «*-tooMiin| them in their sockets until they fall out or aaaaba ptfDedifenning put pockets at the roots. In these > poapockets disease germs breed and multiply.poisoning the Pyorrhea starts with tender gums which bleed easily when hraghsil That is the first stage. Da aat neglect this warning. See yocr dentist at once, and SatSkf Fochan's For the Gums. iaWl is the formula of R. J. Forhan. D. D. S. Used KMMietciilly, and used in time, it will prevent Pyorrhea o* check Its couflNa Übe Forhan's talus a day when yoa brash sj four teeth. It is the only dentifrice you t§kl safsd. It wards off Pyorrhea and keeps tha teeth and month dean and healthy. _ S Warn* mini. fear out of five contract Pyor- /fc* 4 . j «haa barsuse they wait too long. Insure lu\aJL _• I your teeth. Buy a tube of Forhan's For /H/|7(/inC/ the Chans at your druggist's today. 35c / |jg| Tuaaday by loeai Ktxni daalrra. Tlia now achadu]* brings tha k'urd 4own bclov tha pro war lev«L Tha chajada to now 131, (ha run •hhut »U», tha tmiring ear HU, tha 'OOpa 15*0, the aadan IMi. tha tra- k 1410. and the tractor IUI. Ail prWoa ara to. b Detroit. Death Vision Tells Girl of Sister's Pain Feels All A (forties of Dij inq Relative in Strange Dream SANTA ROSA. <*L. 17. Into Uv many of aIV rami) and unrl|"l»ln»ll a«lva»». turr* In llto payrhto Inwrtnd 1» »inu«n rtportrtwa of Mary lUhwluiiw, «g«l H. daughter of a ramihar living Ju»» oulaldo thin city At tha rary mum«nt that M eldar alatar. Johanna. who ccrui'lad tho amna rtxim. took an •••rdoaa of a l»i»M ful and duiK'rW madlolna, Mary wu «ullAt by • druuii »Ulnn, and. awakrnlng »udda«ly. apt>*« r,> d to ha auffaring from pra<tlr*lly th« ■una polaon agonlaa a* her dying ■la tor. AM V7.1N0 r.tHAijjn. In thla adwnlura in tha auboon arloua aha ratal*", thorn »u an amaaing parallol to tha iw-tuiU eipo rtanoaa of tha ninwhiui Johanna. "It Maa\nl aa Uio thara waa »'*n» thine banding orar mo-« funira. or 0 man. or aoraothint," aha narrate "And It aranmt Ilka tht» flfrira wu dropping gonmthing Into my mouth. Half aaleop, I npon*d my »yo«. and, aomohuw, I fait aa llmM waji a pUL 1 avrn aaamod lo irwitllow It. And. aa I aat up and ruliM my ayoa. I aaw Johanna lying in convulidona. and. auddauly, I fait myarlf crowing ■lek." of Hharlff John M. P»f» furntnh olhrr drtalla. Mary rualiad from har rwm and uwakanad h»r paronta. Kha appaarad to hava bean myatarloualy poi»on«<d An autidoto waa admlntotrred ami a dnrtor lunimAiml Whan ha arrived Johanna waa dead, but Mary waa rapidly raonvartng Ho rwal had m»m(d har anbeniv ariona mlnntun thai a double pol ■on plot waa auapartad. Tha faXhor of tlia rirta rtnUlail a qtfkrral with a drunken ran. h band, and remem bered a threat to "kill tha whole family."* At tha lima tha theory waa •hul. with diabolical canning and liv tant. thla man h.«d rai irned In tha Bl*t»C cJlmtm] in tha window and allppnd pulaon Into tha mouth* of tha •looping irtrta. MARY HAD NOT BKKN rOISONKt) tlompleta tnfMtlwtkm, however. «how*d that Mary had not Iwn l«l «>n»4, and that Johanna waa In a condition that might hava har to take an annliw of daogar ou« t*»iaon. ihit for tha •trang* dream-alilon of Mary, an explanation to l»li»v«l to tla In tha roalma of 'ha and many quaalioii* ara bring ralaral by thorn Intareatad in payUuoai ra anarch I >tj 1 ha dylnr «r»rl In Bond Ing a laalli maaaag* u» Itar aieaptAg atotarT tha rkw WtMhtp areata a aym palhetie bond that uumt ona girl lo axpamiM-a tha ariuklmjoj at tha other? To than* (imDom Mary eu gop p!]* no aimwar. riha knowa inaiaty that A hap. pooad. and har atory to aotartantlatad by mcniham of bar family, tla phy AHaii and offldaii RHEUMATISM LEFT HIM AS IF BY MACIG! Had Soffered Over 50 Years! tora Srirn tints for Centuries "I »m II y**r« old. u>d ] <t»ctor«4 | f«r j heun.at t«B) ever »lnc« I earn* out of the army, o»#r L 0 yeara afro." I w flt'» J. I• Ashelman. L.ike many I otb<»ra, I apent mon«*y freely for ao called 'curea' and I had re ad about) Uric Acid' until I could almost j taate it I could not sleep nights or walk without pain; my hand* were eo aor* and stiff I could not hold a| pen ilut now as If by magic. lam I again In active bualneaa. and ran walk with *a*e or write all day with , comfort. Friends art aurpnaod at the chan**." MOW FT R4l*mKn Mr. Ashelman in only ono of thoo sanda who suffered for yam, owing to the general beliaf in tha old. falae theory that "Uric Acid" faua<a rh« u mattarn. Thla erroneous belief In duced him and legions of unfortun ate men and women to take wrong 1 treatments. You might Juat no well «t- 1 tempt to put out a fire with oil aa to try and get rid of your rheutna tiam. neuritis and Ilk* complaint* by taking treatment* auppoaed to drive' Uric Acid out of your blood and body. Many phyaiclanii and aclentiata now know that Uric A*-ld new«»r did, never ran and never will < %UN rheu ■ rnatlain; that It ia a natural and, nereaaary constituent of th»- blood; i that It la found In every ri*w-b«>rn babe, and that without it wo could not IIv*! Theae atatementa may se»m at range to some folks. who have all along been led to beliove In the f>ld "Uric Arid" humbug It took Mr. AahHman BO y**ara to find out thla truth He learned h«»w to get rid of the true cause of hla rh« umatlam. other disorders, and recover hla atrength from "Th" Inn*r Mya terlea." a remarkable book now b<-ing distributed free by an author ity who devoted ovor 20 yeara to the srientlfio study of this particular trouble. NffTIC: If any reader of The Star wlahea the book that reveal* theae facta regarding the true cause and cure of rneumatlam, facta that w««ra overlooked by doctors end scientiata ■ for ennturiaa past, almply send a I p .ntrard or letter to if. I' <*lear water, No. 504 H .at., lfalloweil, Maine, and it will be a#»nt by return rr oil Without an v rharg* wlintever. <•>)» out this no ties lest fou f orfati If not a auf fere i >oura»lf, hand this | good newH ta some aiTiicUxl friend. —AUvarUaaxneuu TIT K SEATTLE STAR Maybe You've Got a Bad Eye: By Wanda von Kettler Ito you wvar eper-tacl.wf Or—ettoukl ) "W? Antmlhit to Dr. In* Ci Uruwn, anhool hm-.1i.k1 in*|M<rtnr, I* •% pre ml of Nnltk ecb.wl riilt tlren haw tW.-rUvc vMon, wllit* U pr«r rrnt of adult* bimW 40 HIIOt'U> lx- S» IwU »«>rrn. -Hut," un Dr. Brown, "they krMi'L Only thuul balf of theau have taJieju the proper innva to rare for Ibelr vision. Hi# Wli«,* IT lirown explain*. "aranl particularly rnthimlMrtte about btmuia thay fUura Ih# Utile wlixlnwi don't add to I hair beauty. Ho they Juat wunt wear Ihrm. While Uta nirn ai« downright neglectful. Bo that ! It -oeglect and vwnKy. Naclact and vanity that lead* In rrltably to audi trouble aad die Irene. Dr. rtiawiv who mr» eeee each day the beginning* of defective vt» lon among tha anb«ol children, la ilrcldedly trUn In a movement to k*ap Uta figure* on defective vlelon down to tha lowwat po**ibie mark. Qnkkly Relieves Constipation rtarthacpi ■rtftTw |W*—y—rhtnad Hart Schaffner & Ma r>i j OVERCOA TS m I I i"V T^ # 1 fHf In a Big rmal jHafegft Reduction HALF WEI PRICE fijl Regular Prices $4O to $9O Sale Prices $2O to $45 | Nothing like this has happened in years; the ''' * i best clothes made at less than it costs to make M W IfwwSS* 1 them. ' \ " I if \\ .... fll"" <i Mini hsi If we told you the loss we are taking on these c° prTlcht 19-1 lUn .. .1 Entitl e d to fine clothes you'd think we were exaggerating. E very bod < E faction & ° All we're going to say is "look at 'em!" judge Safac. Lny difference about prices, for yourself; if after you buy you think you didn't get the biggest value in town —money entitled, to satisfy L't get it—money back. back. W " you f- J • L st. Hart Schaffner & Marx Shop OM2 J Corner Second and Senecc "I*arffi!*." ha aaya, "do not alaraya und.-ratand »h«n wa Inalat on a .iilld bring K'vati trentmenf for bin «>«•« Thay w»m l« I" llevt. tha child will "nut grow" It But ha wont. That la why wa bava uur rjieciai ayaalgbt aohouln." l*erliapa mryona doea not know about Haaltla'a eyesight anhoola. Th«re ara Lhraa - - ona at Huinmlt ai'hoot, oua at Uatewonri. and ona at the B f. Day. Thay hava been •» UUilLetied In Uia la* I y.«r fur pupil* who ara blind, nearly blind, or thoae who ara auffaring from serlou* of prugnmivn myopia- -or near-eight ednaae, and ara undar tha aupervla lon of 11. C llarlman. who la r* pul«l to ba an ln«tru<-tor of rare ability, who la hlmaelf blind. Tha oh lid In thaaa eyesight arhoola of Heatlla la not only taught to guard tha night ha doaa poaaraa, but la also trained In ardor Uta! ha might at! 11 compete with others, should that aya algbt not ba strengthened. Thru each public school claea room and thaaa schools," aaya !>r lirown. "wa ara ahla lo aid tha chil dren with defective vtalon - to aoaiat ZtmoHeahSkin Trouble* Without Staining Cloth** No matter how often you hava triad and failed, you can it op burn ing, Itching Bcsetna with ( noting Zeino. Zemo u a clean, gntiarptic liquid treatment for all akin Irritation*. Clear* up raahet and Tetter, don away with pimple* •nd blackheads. All Druggists'. zemo f»OR IKIN IRRITATIOMV In bringing .lawn llioae figures re cantly compiled by tit* Hoover com mlttee on Uta elimination of wast* In Industry." lieganllng thoaa figure* Twenty five par tent, thay aay. ef I,'aited Htataa at itool children lave vtalou In naad of correction. Heat tie doaa not ■ onto up to the average, yet Hen Hie. It la claimed, baa many children wlutae eye* Unlay lined cara. "But we're reaching lliera." Dr. lirown repeal a, "we're lielpuig them In the eclKxtla. Those whom we nuaa are lite 'grown up*' wlio don't w.ur *|>aaa when they ahould. I'd RUggeat thla for every one teat your own •yea. "Teat ona eye at a lima, placing Homeihing over the eye not In uaa. Mold a newepaoer 11 Inchea diatant. and aee what >ou can aaa. If the words are plain, dlatinct and black, the eye la pulling right; If not. it Isn't. Maytm." aaya l>r. Brown, "If we ran Inlrraat people In their own syaa, and then convliioe the optician* that they must aay to tha ladle*. Vh, yea. they're an becoming.' we'll see longer and with muoh more aaaa." Alkiul I»r Brown himself T "Well." aaya ha, thoughtfully amoothing Ixuk the snow whlla lock*, "been wearing «p*ca ever since my laat year In college, and bean easing good aver ainca." Scott C. Bone May Not Come to City The exact time of tha arrival of Oov. Hcott C. Bona of Alaaka. In thle city le not known. Ha waa e«pa<rt*d on the H H Northweeiern I-aat-mln uta word to the Hentile Oiamber of (lornmeroe ihru IU Alaaka bureau, however. Indicated he had cancelled hla raeervation without giving word of when be would make U.e trip South. Chief aooreaa at graphite have been Ceylon, Bohemia, (Krauui), Kranoa and the L'nlled Btatea. fcrgri CASTUR KmS] *" T Tnf«nU tnd Child, fp!», p-ffiQi« Mothers Know T - Genuine Castor j»sf 77-, H - Always # ® care t th ° /^f E£SS£ ° f AV H-%1!? 7 V For 0; MB Thirty Y 7 Hp COT STAR WANT ADS BRING RESI* TTFSTUY, JA NT 'ARY 17. 1922.