Santa Cruz Evening News from Santa Cruz, California on November 21, 1919 · Page 5
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Santa Cruz Evening News from Santa Cruz, California · Page 5

Santa Cruz, California
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Friday, November 21, 1919
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SANTA CRUS? EVENING NWSJ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, igig. PAGE FIVB r ? moo! -yy kin. Paying too little for tea gets you poor tea with very little real tea-flavor and a lot of- tannin. You don't want tannin you get that in common tea. . You do want the real tea-flavor, and the cheer and invigoration of fine tea You get that in Schilling Tea. There are four flavors of Schilling Tea Japan, Ceylon - India, Oolong, English Breakfast. All one quality. In paichmyn-lined moisture-proof packages. At grocers everywhere. ,. ' .A Schilling & Co San Francisco For Sour Stomach Bloating, Gas, Coated Tongue, Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Bilious ness. Indigestion or Constipation take FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLET! They cleanse the bowels, sweeten stomach and invigorate the liver. not gripe or sicken. P. S. Mechlin, Elm St., Hancock, Mich.! "I have tfivdn Foley Cathartic Tablets a thorough trial and can positively state that they are the best laxative." R For ime in Santa Crua by Pa mer Drus Co Sure Relief INOIIKSWOW 2Q - 6 Bell-ans Hot wafer Sure Relief BE 1 LL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION SUMffl HI'LOH 30S&SCOUGHS Thin, Nervous People Need Bitro-Piiosphafe Weak, thin people men or women are nearly always nervous wrecks; thus conclusively proving that thinness, weakness, debility and neurasthenia are almost invariably due to nerve starvation. Feed your nerves and all these symptoms due to nerve starvation will disappear. Eminent specialists state that one of the best things for the nerves Is an organic phosphate known among druggists as Bitro-Phosphate, a five-grain tablet of which should be taken with each meal. ( Being a genuine nerra builder and. not a stimulant or fcabit-forming drug, Bitro-Phosphate ,an be safely taken by the weakest and most delicate sufferer, and the. results following Its use are often simply astonishing. By strengthening the nerves, weak, tired people regain energy and vigor; thinness and angularity give way to plumpness and curves; sleep returns to the sleepless; confidence and cheer- fulness replace debility and gloom; dull eyes become bright, and pale, sunken cheeks regain the pink glow of health. ' , CAUTION -r- Bitro-Phosphate, the use of which is inexpensive, also wonderfully promotes the assimilation of food, so much so; that many people report marked gains of weight in a few weeks. Those taking it who do not desire to put on flesh, should use extra care in avoiding fat-producing foods. AUTO TOP HOSPITAL NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS ' O n e m an tops and c 0 v e rs a C u s fa-ions and seats upholstered. Cushion springs njade and repaired. Old, worn and faded tops dressed and made to look like new. Special attention given to repair work. First-class work. Reasonable prices ' ROBERT MANN, Prop. 12 Church St., next door to the . , Fir House EXIT PROF. NEWMAN; ENTER HARRY COHEN, After twenty-three years as a clair voyant and palmist during which time he has settled love tangles galore, prophesied happy and unhappy futures for scores and advised business changes for the doubtful, Prof. Charles Newman, who is now to be known by his own name of Harry Y. Cohen, has decided to give it all up and enter some other line of endeavor. He is advertising today that his office is to be closed to' the public in the future. Mr. Cohen says that he could have practiced Spiritualism, '.'but does not care to do so.". . Back of Mr. Cohen's decision as made public today is believed to be the inbuence of his wife, ,; Mrs. Angeline Cohen, who is suspected of exerting her good offices to lead her husband into some mercantile business. Newman says he is tired of the palmistry game and the general public of Santa Cruz ijs evidenced by recent legislation perfected by !ihe council is in exactly the same mood, so the entente cordiale may be quickly established between the city government and Harry Y. Cohen, local business man and capitalist. DIED SALBACH In Santa Cruz, November 20, Mrs. Katharina Salbach, a native of Germany, aged 83, years, 10 months. Weather TONIGHT AND SATURDAY FAIR KEGLEGTED GOLDS ARE DANGEROUS! Dr. King's New Piscovery soon breaks a cold and checks a cough CHILLS fever sneezes and then a hard cold develops. Take a little Dr. King's New Discovery when the sniilles start. It will soon check tiie cold, the cough-provoking throat-tickle. Used everywhere by people who know wliv it has been on tlte market for half a century. Relieves cold, cough, grippe, croup. No disagreeable after-effects. All druggists 60c. and $1.-0 a bottle. Give it a trial. Bowels Behind Schedule? Liver acting lazy? Bring them to time with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Gentle but sure-acting system cleansers lhat are tonicky in u'-i Lou" and pleasing iu results. Still '.iijeTa bottle at all drug stores. NAME "BAYER" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN "Bayer Cross' on Aspirin like "Sterling" on Silver "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," marked with the safety "Bayer Cross',', can be taken without fear because you are getting the true, world-famous Aspirin, prescribed by physicians for over 18 years. Always buy ' an unbroken package of 'Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which contains proper directions to safely relieve Colds, Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Joint Pains, and Pain generally. -i , . Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost but a few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer", packages. Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicy-licacid. . FOR LIVER AND BOWELS DR. CARTER'S K, & B. TEA A Mild, Gentle Vegetable Laxative and Healthful Drink You can keep the whole family In good health if you will brew a cup of vegetable tea every other night and have them drink it just before1 going to bed. ,For very little money you can get a' package of Dr. Carter's K. & B. Tea, and after you and the dear ones have used it for a week you'll say it's the finest, gentlest and most complete tonic laxative you ever ran across. For -stomach, liver and bowels and to purify the hlood, nothing is more reliable. Give it to the little oneg when they get feverish and can't eat. They like It and it does them lots of good. I CHAMP CLARK SAID IT . Representative Champ Clark of Missouri: "The King of the Belgians is about the only one of the crowd that deserves the cordial greetings of the American people." -a TRAFTON TO RIDE NEW TRACTOR ADDED : TO SANTA CRUZ AGENCIES j --,; W. -H, Crowq- A Sons have taken the agency for the Beeman garden tractor for, Santa Cruz county, the first tractor of its kind to be represented hereiiAc- cording to an announcement in ' this issue the tractor has a wide variety Of uses jnd. will, sell for a price ins the neighborhood of ?30Q. John Crowe of the firm said yesterday that he was prepared . to give demonstration)? at any time :a , sooa as he had a tractor on the floor of the Central garaged? It Is quite possible that a pu'ulic demon stration wm be staged. . ' m' WILL EXPLOIT SEVERAL ,y ;V(. FINE AUTO ACCESSORI ES ; 3s , . , Dodge .and Manning hUve taken the agency for the ;Holox fire extinguisher for automobiles a, powder extinguisher of marked effectiveness -and the Alemite Lubricator, a patented system for quickly and thoroughly filling the grease cups on cars and trucks. & i if HART SELLS CARS ,.J John S. Todd has purchased a Buick touring car from George A. Hart, who also announces the. taking of a new order for a Studebaker touring bar. W. H. Nicholson of Ben Lomond, who has driven a Studebaker touring car for 22,000 miles, says that his upkeep and repair bills were $110 less than the bills on a oar of another make which he drove lo.OOO miles. BUICKS AND CHEVROLETS; TRAFTON HAS NEW CAR J. A. Rachal of the Santa Cruz Automobile company has returned from San Francisco with four Chevrolets and a new Buick touring car. B. F. Owens has purchased a Chevrolet light delivery car and W. C. Owen has purchased a used Ford from the firm, . Sheriff Trafton has been provided by the county with a 4-90 Chevrolet touring car and Mrs. Clara Leibbrandt has purchased a new Buick touring car. .'" John Crowe is in San iFrancisco to bring down a new Dodge touring car for Ed SinkinsOh. MORE FORDS TURNED OVER Ford.sales for the past week are as follows: George G. Fitz Gerald, a touring car; Eugene Manildi, roadster, and C. J. Peters, touring car. GENEROUS HEART OF THE PA10 IS NOW STILLED The death is announced at Watson- ville of Mrs. M. S. Moreland, one of the most charitable and estimable women of this county. She was born April 5, 1829, at Ennia, Lounty Clare, Ireland, and came to America in 1852. In April 1862 she came to California and to Watson ville, where in 1866, in the Valley, church, she was married to Samuel Moreland.' He died in 1875, and Mrs. Moreland ' fcetat ' Josephine, her 'qnly '.'chihj,' .7,1 to , the College of Notre Dame, San. Jose, to finish her education v Within a few months of her graduation;' Josephine passed away.' (put of her sorrow Mrs, More-land wa, inspired - to build in her daughter's memory, the Moreland Notre (Dame Academy and fh December, 1899 the Academy was opened under the auspices .of the - Sisters of Notre Dame. The academy has always been a source of comfort and' consolation to Mrs. Moreland, and it has had a career of usefulness which has amply rewarded her for .the vast sums she gave toward it. '' ; v .. ' ' 5 " Among her relatives are her sister-in-law, Mrs. G. L. Anderson and a niece, Mrs. C. J. Gillen, both of this city., The funeral will take place tomorrow morning from St. Patrick's church, Watsonvllle,, at 9:30 o'clock, when solemn high requiem mass will be celebrated. ,: - SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE Arns-Taintor music at public dance at Armory Saturday night, Nov. 22 Given under auspices of the DeLight club. Good time, promised. Admission: gentleinen 50 cents, . ladies 25 cents. Dancing 9 to 1.-Advtc Three Beauties and they are only a few of the many styles we can show you. The Just Wright shoes are among the best shoes sold today at the price. If you have never 3 . - . Sg A Phonograph In Your Home if 3 We now have a large assortment of Columbia, new improved, and Edison . Diamond Disc Phonographs in stock. You should make your selection now,.,, and ,. have a phonograph reserved for you. ' 7 ru i Ifr.n- tf THINK! NEW EDISON DIAMOND POINT No needle 'to cgeycpds never wear out; any price, from $95 up. COLUMBIA, NEW IMPROVED Automatic stop; noiseless needle reproducer. Prices, $35 up. 7; ' EASY. TERMS :OiUy $5 down; balance easy payments. Who can't have a phono- graph? It brings all opera singers and musicians to your nome. g 168 PACIFIC AVENUE. til! MILK TOAST DIET ' TOO MUCH FOR HER "I doctored for years with only tem porary relief. My liver was very bad, after eating I would always have such a fullness in my stomach and my heart would palpitate. I could not eat milk toast without distressing me, Since taking a course of Mayr's Won' derful Remedy, more than a year ago, I can eat anything my appetite de sires " It is a simple, harmless prep' aration that removes the catarrhal mu cus from the intestinal tract and al lays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis.: One dose will convince or money refunded. Palmer 'Drug Company, and, druggists everywhere. tried them begin now when good shoes are so much needed by everyone. .: Harris B Phone 498 JUL ii NEW EDISON ; ... . DOWN HOWE'S THE 1 Basket Ball I I Pacific Grove Hi vs. Santa Cruz Hi jjj 1 at ARMORY, Friday, Nov. 21 ft , PRELIMINARY GAME 7:30 EE jS ADMISSION 25o STUDENTS 15o S ( r . vf I'l 1 1 i' I ! l ros. 173 Pacific Ave. DRAWN FROM ACTUAUYHOTOaPAPVt for Christmas MAN ) santa cru?;: m 9

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