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Stockton Evening and Sunday Record from Stockton, California • Page 6

Stockton Evening and Sunday Record from Stockton, California • Page 6

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STOCKTON DAILY EVENING RECORD STOCKTON SAN JOVQUN COUNTY CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1918 i NOBTBERN SAlf JOAlIN OPTOCM It Sacramento Street lxxlL WAITER BKOTLMD Chart TODAYS NEWS OF OUR FOUR COUNTIES ftOlTHEJlR UN 044 Fellows Building Mot 11 nn wiib nti fiEO MUHPHT 80 WESTERN JOARCM OFFICB 111 Street Tracy JOHH CHRISM AS AHADouvmwrwug: Washington fit rest ftonnrn If ILLS AND Ci DAM)y SAN JOAQUIN AMADOR CALAVERAS AND TUOLUMNE REPORTED BY THE RECORDS STAFF OF FIFTY-TWO NEWS CORRESPONDENTS SERVED BY THE RECORD'S BEFORE-SUPPER DELIVERY OF UB CARRIERS SERGT TALLANT WOUNDED IN BATTLE SEPTEMBER 26TH FRANK MEN DOS A DIES AT THE ADVANCED AGE OF 91 PIONEER AMADORAN IS DEAD IN BERKELEY KILLED IN ACTION MRS SUSAN HOCKING SUDDENLY SUCCUMBS LODI PRODDED TO COME THROUGH Escalon Lad in Ninety-First Saw Gustafson Drop at His Side Killed Father of Mrs A Guerena Who Came to Tuolumne in 1849 Passes Over Beloved Jackson Woman Taken Turn for Worse-Funeral 5 Held Tuesday Caroline Coleman Perkins the Widow of Isaac Perkins Dies at Age of 94 $2683 FOR OAR OF LODI GRAPES RECORD PRICE LODI OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 Ellis 4 local manager of the Stewart Fruit Co Is In receipt of the fol- lowing telegram from the main office of the Stewart Fruit Co in Los Angeles: Stewart Fruit Co Lodi Cal: Car Four Nine Five shipped from Lodi November 9 sold in Chicago today (Nov 19 for George Marshall of Standard City Was Killed When Shell Hit Ambulance JACKSON OFFICE STOCRtyxv RECORD NOV 20 A KT0 ilf Only $6000 of Quota of $15000 Subscribed and Somebody Must Put Up took place at 12 UtAe rmft'xi 'J tn at 7:30 -okflock Sunday morning A vember 17 when Mrs Susan ing beloved wife of Hockim-mother of Stewart Hocking a away She was a native of Cuni? and Caroline Coleman Perkins one of the pioneer residents of Amador county having- lived there for several years following 1861 where her husband Isaac Perkins was connected prorai nentiy with mining interests died Mon day night at Berkeley at the home of her son Perkins For years Mis Perkins was a res! dent of Stanislaus county following her residence In Amador Mr Perkins was an enthusiastic supporter of irri gatton In the Infancy of that project and was the first treasurer of the Mo desto irrigation district and until ESC VI ON Nov 2 Taiiant has written friends that he is at present In the hospital from wounds re ceived in the famous Verdun-Argonne battle on September 26th Sergeant lallant went to Camp Eewis with the first draft contingent and was sen-overseas last July with the 91st Division He writes that his division faced the main Prussian guard in this battle and that the California boys covered themselves with glory His tent mate was Bertal Gustafson of Es-caion and he had the sad experience of seeing him crop at his side killed by a sniper wf'gland came to Jackson aboui 19 where $2683 Tokays averaged $215 Missions averaged $195 Cornl- chon averaged $240 and Emper- or averaged $316 Stewart Fruit Co" Mr Ellis states that this is the highest price paid for Lodi packed grapes this season or any other season in the grape history of Lodi by ordinary freight years ago she had resdY! ever since Mrs Hocking was bo Half an hour after receiving a telegram from Washington announcing that their son George Marshall was reported missjng In action October 11 Mr and Mrs Marshall of Melones received a letter announcing their sons death In the hour of rejoicing over the ending of the war another home has been saddened for the expected footsteps will be heard no more George Marshall has made the supreme sacrifice and in the way which he wished In June 1917 Marshall enlisted as a fireman in the navy and was sent home to await his call Being eager to serve his country and as the ex- August 9' 1876 Her death is a to influenza followed by pleurisy Saturday her friends were told condition was much improved great hopes were held for her tey recovery SONORA OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 Frank Mendosa pioneer and nonagenarian died at the home of his daughter Mrs A Gue-rena in this city Sunday Fran Mendosa was born In Portugal and waB 01 years and 7 months of age lie came to Tuolumne county In 1840 69 years ago and probably saw more of tne stirring and historical events of this historic county than was ever recorded on the pages of books That he came from sturdy stock is attested by the fact that until quite recent years he enjoyed enviable health and was as active as many men half his years He was known by almost everyone in the county and none was ever heard to speak other than well of him The funeral was held yesterday froiq the residence of his daughter Mrs Uuerena on Washington street Following services at tot Patricks church the remains were laid to lest in the City cemetery chajee for the' wMS came suddenly and every one wi greatly shocked when the ii-i a her death Airs Hocking Vas 4 S1S ter of Mrs John Chinn and also many friends in Jackson BAYARD BARTONS ASHES IN HIS MOTHERS GRAVE passed away in 1813 Following his death Mrs Ferkins made her home with her daughter Mrs It Tilison Stanislaus county Three children survive the deceased They are Edmund Perkins of Berke ley Warren 8 Perkins of Ban Lorenzo and Mrs Tilison There are also seven grandchildren four of whom are in the military service of the United Htates Lieutenant Tilison and Edmund Perkins both in France Cary Perkins in naval aviation and Talcutt A Perkins at an oilicers tram ing school in the South Mrs Perkins was born at Hudson June 27 1824 and was therefore 34 years of age at her death a JAMES LANAGAN STAR BALL PLAYER A MAJOR 10 LI OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 Only about 6000 had been subscribed In the Tokay district in the United War Work campaign up to last night Our quota is 15000 only four days remain In which to raise same and It may become necessary for the adjustment committee to go over the list and come hack for more The subscriptions for this drive are based on what you gave to the Red Cross plus 20 per cent So far subscriptions are falling far short of this amount and in many cases less than one-fifth of what should be given is subscribed This means that the adjustment committee have a big Jqb before them but they are determined to carry on this work in the same thorough manner as in other drives so it behooves everyone to do his part One of the slogans of the drive is Show your patriotism and thankful ness and help to give the boys over there a bigger and happier Christmas by flashing the word that the floks at home have not forgotten them" The committee will meet every night this week for the purpose of check ing up the days receipts and all those who have not given their proportion' ate share will be called on to Increase their subscriptions to the proper amount Iet's all get together and get over the top" before Saturday JACKSON OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 John Barton came to Jackson Monday November 18 from Sacramento bringing the ashes of his son Bayard Barton who was cremated in San Francisco Tuesday morning November 19 the ashes were placed in the grave of his molher Mrs Gertrude Barton MOTHER AND FATHER HEIRS OF THE LATE IE SMITH SONORA OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 Through Attorney Rowan Hardin Smith has filed a petition for letters of administration on the estate of his brother the late Smith According to tho petition the value of the estate is approximately $13-836 and consists of real estate in Sacramento and San Diego an insurance policy for $1000 war savings stamps amounting to $1000 Liberty bonds in the sum of $1000 cash $238592 and other personal property The heirs of decedent are Mrs James OConnor of Stockton and Frank Smith of Oakley mother and father of the deceased BUYING UP CALAVERAS APPLEa AND WALNUTS OAKDALE Nov 20 James Lana-gan a few years ago one of the star players in Oakdales crack basebal team Is now a major in the United States army on duty in France Lan- flPHn U-aa fAPmnrhr au agan was formerly employed bv the Oakdale Milling Company during hts CnllPYM ftnmiriAi va on itK '15 college summer JOHN HOLLANDS BODY TO BE BROUGHT TO MURPHYS ABOUT MEN YOU KNOW IN THE SER VICE vacations and sper-his off days as a member of the Oak-dale nine He was formerly a Stai ford football star if 1 sta-' of the war he volunleereq and'S EDWARD JONES WAS VICTIM OF INFLUENZA craft artillery Now word has been received that he was promoted to ba a major MURPHYS Nov 20 The fact that buyer from aa far away as Ban Diego have come into our mlust recently and bought up the product of our orch aide tend to the conclusion that i enceforth our apple uud walnut pro duct will be open to a ready market This will lead too to rewiy applied energies in tree planting and vvnere we now have only a limited number of tteea we should have many times more Good roads are helping us find the better the roads become tne more will our products be sought alter Tuolumne has an extended reputation for excellent apples and Calaveras should have the same Care of orch ards should be of first Importance and it will be when our growers know that there win always be a ready demand at good prices MURPHYS Nov 20 John Hoi land Jr diod at the St Vincent hospital Portland Oregon on the 17th iist of pneumonia following an attack of influenza His wife is in the same institution and her life too is despaired of John Holland Jr was the eldest son of Holland of Morphvs Ho was about 33 years of age and was a skilled mechanic Pie had traveled over many portions of the United States following his trade He was a graduate of the Angels Iron Works at Altavllle In thus county His brother George Holland is at Portland and will accompany the remains down to Murphys where the funeral will take place No date has been set as yet Deceased was a young man with many friends who will- be pained to learn of his passing His parents and his wife have the heartfelt sympathy of an extended circle of friends CONGRESS WILL QUIT THURSDAY JASPER AVATSOV A LIEUTEN OAKDALE Nov 20 Word lias been received by his parents sir and Airs Watson that Jasper Watson has been commissioned a lieutenant He is in the hospital corps and has been recommended as adjutant tor a base hospital Another son of the Watsons is now in Arkansas ip an officers training corps A third son is wounded in a French hospital Jasper Watson was formerly secretary of the Volunteer Firemen and also prominent in Native Sons circles in Oukdale ACKSON OFFICE STOCKTON RFCORD Ncv 20 Another death from influenza occurred Sunday November 17 The victim was Edward Jones who passed away at the county hospital Sunday evening at 7 o'clock The deceased was a native of Michigan and 38 years of age He was a miner and had been in Jackson about one year employed at the Kennedy mine Jones after being stricken with influenza was confined to the lied Cross hospital and later transferred to the county infirmary His case developed into pneumonia and his death occurred very suddenly He leaves a mother Mrs A Jones a brother and sister! all of Washington and two brothers who are stationed at Camp Lewis A telegram ras been received from the mother tc keep the remains until further notice DIRECTORS WILL CIRCULATE Tilt i0Nt I'tTlIiOiNS KlVAicv GEORGE MARSHALL LINDEN Nov 20 Lonnie Field is row confined ta hospital at Long Island with inflammatory rheumatism The rest of his company have gone over seas but he was unable to sail with them Jjorln Grentnann formerly of Linden has Just recovered from an attack of the influenza He is stationed at San Diego- Word I as been received from Sergeant Earl Hmderliter Earl has taken up a course in radio and has been quite successful with It At present ho is stationed at Camp Stuart Va from which point he expects to embark for France in the near future Corporal Guy Staples met his death on the battlefield October 4th according to a telegram received by parents Sunday The case is very sad as the relatives wee rejoicing in the demobilization of troops and hoped be would soon be with them Lawrence Hawkinson is in a hospital unit in France Raymond Miller is stationed at Camp Kearny in the veterinary corps A telegram was received by Lester Wylafits parents that he was killed In action in September Manuel Le inardini is now stationed at Camp Mills Ed Hughes son cf Mr and Mrs Hi ghes of Linden is stationed in the Hawaiian Islands Word has been received from Joe Hale nephew of Dr and Mrs Buck-ley Joe is somewhere in FTance Chutles Lyons who was stationed at San Diego has gone to France His brother Bill is also in France JAMES MEOARTEA DEAD Al'TER A LONG llIAThS SONORA OFFICE STOCKTuY RECORD Nov 20 James YV Alecar-tea died at his home at Big Oak l-Iat Saturday at th age of 65 years Hia health had been declining fHr three years and his death was not unexpected He was born at Chinese Camp ana spent his entire life in this county The funeral took place Monday interment being in the Big Oak Flat-Groveland cemetery JAMES A PATTI WEDS MISS MARIE EMERSON SONORA OFFICE BTOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 Bishop A Graves of this city last Saturday solemnized the marriage of James A lattie of Jamestown and Miss Mane lim-rson of San Francisco The ceremony was performed in the rectory of the Sonora Episcopal chbrch in the presence of Paul Mertz cashier of the Jamestown National Bank and the brides mother Tho ceremony was followed by a sumptuous wedding supper at the Gem cafe The groom Is one of the proprietors of the Jamestown bakery and is numbered among the successful business men of the county The bride a young lady of most pleasing manners is spoken of in highest terms by those fortunate enough to know her CORPORAL VON GLAHN HAS ARRIVED OVERSEAS ESCALON Nov 20 The Von Glahns have received word that their son Delmar has reached overseas safely Corporal von Glahn is in Battery Second Field Artillery He was sent to the Philippines where he remained for eight months then returning to the states in March spent several months in Camp Fremont und Fort Sill Oklahoma thence was sent to France MANTECA OFFICE STOCKTON RKtyKD Nov 20 For the purpose of having everything reauy to start the campaign lor tue proposed bond election when luuih approval has been given the secretary ot the irrigation district was instructed at a meeting of the board of directors yesterday to have the petitions printed at once When they have been received from the printers and a tew otner minor matters have been cleared up the work of circulating them to call the election will commence It is very likeiy tnat the petitions will be Anrcuiaied by the directors themselves 'there are several reasons for this one of the most important being the big saving in expense Tne duectors cannot draw bove the regular set rate of $4 per diem for any work 'in connection with the district while professional solicitors would demand at least twice that amount tor the same work The knowledge the directors have of every part of the district and their familluruy with the conditions for which the money is to be used will tend greatly to expedite the work pected notice to report for duty had not come he left the latter part of August with the hrst contingent called from Stunaard City Tuolumne county lie was sent to Fort McDowell and from there to Fort Iiiley Kan as a member of the ambulance corps His training was completed at Camp Merritt Last June year after enlisting Marshall was sent to France and with the exception of a short time spent at a rest camp he was in action until the time of his death In 1895 George Marshall was born at Carson Full Calaveras county For three years he was employed by the totandurd Lumber cumpany of tolandard City and at the time ot enlistment was a fireman on tlie Sugar Bine railroad The deceased is survived by a father and mother Mr and Mrs Marshall of Melones three sisters Mrs Proctor and Mrs Louis Hchwoerer of Standard City and Mrs George Howell of Stockton and four brothers Manuel and Richard Marshall of Standard City Tom and Frank Marshall of Melones NOT POCKET MASKS SAN ANDREAS Nov 20 Five tourists were held up Sunday by Sheriff Cosgrave for violating the flu" mask ordinance Justice Walter in dismissing the cases of two Instructed them that the masks should be worn on the face and not In the coat pocket United Press 1 Washington Nov 20 The war i siiv-iun of the 65th congress will close Thursday its final session will begir Monday December 2 and already looms up as a "reconstruction session The present session has set a record for appropriations setting aside $36298405223 fur war and guvern-nu nt support Many of its acts will come under review In the reconstruction seaslon Among notable measures passed are the railroad control bill the wire con-tiol bill the Overman act giving the 1 resident power to co-ordinate war activities the selective eervlce law including all between IS and 45 in the draft and bills setting aside $110-000000 to house war workers A declaration of war on Austria-Hungary was among the early act of the session The third and fourth libei ly loan acts were passed The war finance corporation was created to give financial aid to war industries and to stabilize the financial situation generally The civil rights of soldiers and sailors were protected by the civil rights bill Among the largest of the record lire iking appropriations wore: Army $12083000000 navy ft- 207000000 loans to the allies $3- 009000000 shipping production $2-COOIIOOOOO ralroad operation and of war Industries $1000-000000 important measures which the session failed to act on include the great revenue bill which now becomes a "reconstruction measure" and goes ovt to the December session and the water power and emergency power bills which must be covered in const rvative legislation in later sessions The senate defeated woman suf-frago War time prohibition was an opt cm! after long delay but has not tl been approved by the president EMMET NOCE IN TRANSPORT SERVICE DIES AT SEA CALLED TO NAVAL SCHOOL BIVERBANK Nov 20 Fleeher machinist has been called to report at the Navys new engineering school at Stevens Institute of Technology Hoboken New Jersey Mr Flesher has resigned at the Santa Fe shops and leaves for San Franclsco where he Is to report before departing for Hoboken Mr Flesher has been chief machinist at the shops here fer the past five years Ackerman succeeds him in that position here OF BLOOD POISON) VO Murphys nov 20 Mrs Loufxs Mitchler of the Mitchler hotel is suffering with blood poisoning in one ot her hands She Is under a doctors care JACKSON OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 Mrs Della Botto of North Main street Jackson re ceived a sad telegram from Sacra mento Monday night November 18 stating that her nephew Emmet Noce a son of the late Andrew Noce had passed away on the ocean Em met Noce volunteered his services for his country at the beginning of the war He had been in the transport service FIFTEEN NEW CASES-EIA ANGELS OFFICE STOCKTON Ft EGO HD Nov 20 Fifteen new cases of flu and 35 in hospitals The high and grammar school teachers are all to be commended for their service They are making fine nurses A trained nurse from the coast is here In charge and has an apprentice with her and with the teacher staff they oi getting along fine Melones re ported Monday that the entire town had the "tlu" but none In such form as to be dangerous Angels saloons have closed voluntarily until the disease is checked Business In town Is greatly depressed 'VAIt PI NT) OY ER TOP SAN ANDREAS Nov 20 In the War Fund campaign San 'Andreas is over the top" about $100 $74450 being the amount subscribed TEIEIliONE IMRKOVEM PINTS MAiVIEga OFFICE tod UCKTON RECORD Nov 20 Extensive improvements are being planned for the Manteca telephone system in the very near future Among the things that Forbes the manager is planning will be the installation of what is known as tho harmonic four-party lines to replace the present byslem Orders tor the luulenal have been placed with the Keliog towitch Board toupply company of Chicago und tt Is expected to arrive here about the first of the year iWWVYSNXWWWNNWWWwj HAGSTROM PLACE SOLD MANTECA OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD hjov 20 Van Loan of Oakland has purchased the 15 acre place on Y'osemite ave one and half miles east of town belonging to Fred Hagstrom Mr Van Loan will not move onto the place for at least another year as It is leased out the coming year to Bingham of Cal la Mr Hagstrom is at present working for the government in the spruce forests In Washington MOKFLUMNE HILL NOTES MOKELUMNE HILL Nov 20-Frank Brown wife and son left Mon day morning for Corning in Shasta county where Mr Brown has secured employment in a copper mine Mr Brown had been the assayer at the Easzy Bird mine for the past year and a half GOES 30 MILES TO get more mm SAYS NO HOPE FOR ESTABLISHED CHURCH INSANE MAN WENT SERENADING JACKSON OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 An Insane man who escaped from the Stockton State Hospital was captured In this vicinity and put in the county jail He had been serenading the otlicials of the Court house for several days Saturday afternoon November 16 some of the officials of the asylum arrived and took him back to Stockton Characteristic of the American soldiers Private William Morrissey tor-merly of San Francisco now in France with Ambulance Co 19 4th Sanitary Train has sent a message ot sympatny to tho bereaved parents The following missive Horn Marshalls chum was received last Fnuay shortly utter the telegram was read: I hope by this tune that you have received news of the decease of your sun Private George Marsuall ot AnAulance Co 19 Ueoige was my pal and so I deem it iny duty to write you a line Ueoige met his death doing his duty and In a way that I am sure he wished to die F'roin all reports George was killed instantly anu dia not suffer Flis driver (from reports! is likely to lose both legs be permanently blind and may also lose an arm So you see Mrs Marshall Ueorge got the best of the bargain Some mothers have to lose their buys so try and bear your sacrifice like the rest of the brave women of America It is much better to be a sacrifice for the benefit of humanity GSorge was a good pal ever since I met him at F'ort Riley in Scpteni her 1917 till his decease There was no man in the company who was better liked than he was He always mentioned his home ties and as Ins pal 1 beg to send my sympathy and respects" TWO NEW BABIES MANTECA OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 Recent births that have been reported in Manteca are two baby girls to the wives of Vane Lawrence and Frank Loureiro Each of the babies weighed eight pounds IT EASED WITH ESCALON Nov 20 Irwin the captain of the war fund drive is pleased with the reports of the committee People are responding and all want to see our quota of $1400 Tilscd hy Friday ex-entng Throws Walking Cane Away Being Relieved of Rhein matism Gains 15 Pounds CHICAGO Nov 20 Crowns are railing like leaves and churches will ittll like crowns" Ulshop Thomas Nil hnlsoq of the Methodist church told the I'ntted 1 revs today Optrnistic as to the future of religion Bishop Nicholson claimed to see hope tor the established church self-centered and concerned only with its numbers VNION KERYHE IUO POSED Manteca office btocKTON RECORD Nov 20 -President Wood-row Wilson in his Thanksgiving day proclamation designates Thursday November 28 as a day of thanksgiving and prayer and invites the people throughout the land to cease upon that day from their ordinary occupations And in their several homes and piuces of worship to render thanks to God the ruler of nations Therefore all the people and pastors of Muntcca and vicinity are invited by ltev James It Rogers to join with the Methodist pastor and congregation in a community thanksgiving service in the Methodist church at 10:30 o'clock Thursday morning Everybody is invited to sing recite or speuk and to send names and titles by Tuesday evening at latest to James Rogers so tho program can be printed in btockton Record 1 know there are churchmen who CAME FROM LOS ANGELES TO BUY UP APPLES MOKEIUMNE HILL Nov 20 Buyers from Los Angeles have purchased nearly the entire crop of apples In the upper county district They paid $40 per ton delivered at the railroad depot in Valley Spring and furnished the boxes for packing-Nearly 100 tons were purchased and Stewarts' two auto trucks are now delivering the apples at the railroad are pessimistic over the future of the thi-reh Dr Nicholson said They see ttu the coming period of'relaxation rioo the ten-Ion of war und conse-que losses to the church I am not on of that number "i icre ts much to be done In the ha tie area and there is service ol to bo rformrd In countries to which the mericans will go after the war hue 1 The hurt lias a genuine social re-toi-tiiMctlon program and will make pit ptia'mns to i ire for needs wil Lo111: "umbers and In money The otner will Shel" precarious BROOM CORN HARVESTED LINDEN Nov 20 Many acr-s of brrom corn have been cut during the prst month Mr Asher and Mr Mnthenev have superintended the work being experienced Some of the willing Linden girls assisted in the harvest as experienced cutlers could not be obtained They proved themselves quite capable Tho crops as a whole were very gcod this year ANGELS IRON WORKS GETS PROPERTY ON JUDGMENT SAN ANDREAS Nuv 20 To sat lsfy a judgment of $67872 rendered in the superior court last January the property of the Columbia Mines company at Albany Flat was sold at auction by Sheriff Cosgrave Monday at noon Lawrence Monte Verda bid it in for the Angels Iron YVorks TOMORROW SAN FRANCISCO WILL DISCARD THE MASKS DEPENDABLE LUMBER PETERS NOTES PETERS Nov 20 George Bangiil-nettl and family are recovering from a severe nttuck of the till" The ladies of the Red tsrosa are In receipt of the Christinas boxes to be Illicit for the boys over there There will be a meeting called at tho school house as soon as the flu" epidemic will permit for the purpose ot arranging for a community tree date to be announced later HohetTel has recovered from his attack of Hu" BAN FRANCISCO Nov 20 After b'i mg been worn by all Hince October 24th in accordance with a city or-ainance gauze musks to check influenza are to be discarded at noon to-morrow according to an announce- for implement sheds grain storag'fe buildings bams silos and other structures CROVUIt 1)1 US OF INFLUENZA SONORA OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Now 20 John Crovlch a member of the Sonora lodge of the Loyal Order of Mooso died in a hospital at Angela Sunday of Spanish in- When I first started on Tanlae I was so crippled up with rheumatism that I had to use two walking sticks in order to get about at all But after taking four or five bottles eveiy pni was gone and I have actually gained fifteen pounds besides The above statement was made hy William Choate 34 YVest Riverside Ave Spokane Wash recently Rheumatism he continued was only one of many troubles Tailac relieved me of I had suffered from 1 bad stomach for twelve or fifteen years I couldn't eat scarcely anything but what gas would form and almost cut off my breath and bring awful faint weak feelings over me There was a terrible hurting In the pit of my stomach and if I ventured to eat anything except the lightest food it would almost put me out of commission This was my condition a little over it year ago when I made my mother and brother over in Iowa a visit Soon after I got there my troubles worse My kidneys started bothering me I had awful pains in the small of niy buck and constantly had headache Then started tn a siege of rheumatism which I will never forget 1 was laid up for six months and 4 flat on my back for several week- hardly able to move It started In ins legs then got In my arms and tbs pain was something awful from the tips of my fingers to my toes "When I did get up 1 was in such a bad shape I had to use two canes in order to get about at all and this the fix I was in when I got Tania'-I read the statement of a man in in paper one day that fit my case exactly and -decided to see if it would do me any good Well to make a long story short Tanlae simply wonders for me Before I finished my second bottle I threw my canes away and could walk as good as anyone And eat why I never had suen an appetite All the sourness left stomach my backache and headacn disappeared and I haven't had a teuen of rheumatism to this good day of those bottles of Tanlao I drove J' miles to got our local druggist hem out at the time and I would do again under the same clrcumsta1" Its a real pleasure for me to recoin Its a real pleasure for me to moot by Dr William flussler city health officer today to orltr Issued by'tiuenza Deceased was a miner and Tuoiumne aad cai- When you use Lumber for any permanent r-pose its durability is of first import NEW MOTHER VERY II Horn Near Kiverbank Thursday November 14 1918 to the wife of It Bartlett a son The mother is very ill with Influenza Conditions were at absolute' normal today Dr ttassler said a means of conserving newsprint the Record Is compelled to eliminate all but Oalltormans from the published cusuulty Hat Editor Record! ance ENTER UNION AND UOVSOIIDATION HA -BUNG TON nov 20 Consolidation of the service of the Western Union and Postal Jelegraph Companies under government control was announced today by Postmuster Gen- eral Burleson effective December 1st next escaiov grows pomelos IKCALUN Nov 20 Tho Escalon Slate Bank Is exhibiting two large pomelos tgrapw fruit) which measure fifteen and one-half inches In circumference These were grown on the ranch of Claus Popp in the eastern part of town Mr iopp has a large M-riety of fruit iu addition to his line allulfa land You can depend on the life of lumber bought at STOCKTONS PIONEER YARD GREAT NEED OF TREK PLANTING NEW YORK Nov 20 The need for the immediate planting of trees eiieh us chestnut hickory oak pine hemh ck and black walnut is pointed out in a letter sent by tlie American Defense Society to all members in the United States Attention of society members Is d1-reeled to tho fact that the supply of black walnut trees Is rapidly diminishing and they are urged to plant biat walnut seeds during November Llnck walnut is urgently needed by the government In the manufacture of airplane propellers and for that reason great numbers of the trees have been destroyed during the past year CAUPOIt MAN'S KIM El) IN ACTION Horace Wood San Diego Richard Hemes Watsonville Louis Harem Los Angeles William llamfilii Flnionta Jesse Mendenhall Red iiUV Ernest Mock Blue Lake Raymond Ward Sacramento IIUI DISEASE Francis Kelly Oakland William Gates Olldulo Charles McDonald les Angeles SIIHirnA YAOUNDE!) Leroy Poane San Dingo Hu) lies i ilman Hughson Hem-Re fftvertssn fetaliiina Le la ml Lloyd Los Angeles PIIISONEKS Lieut Roy Thomns-DIED OF -Redondo AA OINDS The following order was Issued: "in order that the telegraph facilities may tie used to the fullest extent and the transmission of messages expedited the telegraph systems shall hereufter be operated as one and effective December 1 1918 all telegraph offices shall accept for transmission all classes of messages now accepted by any of them at the pre-Serltied tariff rite SIMPSON-GRAY Lumber Co Bird Mgr ESTABLISHED 1852 Phone 24 124 Weber Ave EUGENE PEHSIUNG HOLT Lodi office stock ton record Nov 20 Mr and Mrs Alvin Holt were made happy last Friday morning November Is by the arrival of a nine anil half pound baby boy ut their home In Youngstown 11a has been named Eugene Pershing BABY DIES OF MENINGITIS JACKSON OFFICE STOCKTON RECORD Nov 20 Charles You proprietor of a restaurant ut 64 Main street Jackson lost a baby Sunday NA ember 17 The little one con-trsrted spinnl meningitis and died quite suddenly BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 4m Paul YVidlumI Hreely AA Ol NDED DKIIliE UN DETEIt MINI- Flnvd Killian Rialto Robert McDonald 1 cut AVOl Milll SEAIIIEIA PltKAKlIS i a Huron 1 1 kiiikd in At I ION Frank Cost Fan Rafael AAOIMH lit) ID I Mil'll It rnit mi si a ite pint i ig A1ISSIM in AITKIN BELGIUMS RULERS ENTER ANTWERP ANTWERP Nov 19 (Delayed) King Albert und Queen Elizabeth entered Antwerp this morning andd a cltmor of cathedral bells and shouts of the people The streets were thronged and people packed the windows amt sai on the roofs despite the lain Die oily voa guily (It-col uted lh Ite' in uml lllert flags Antwerp Is comparatively Die inhabitants have le-cn wel' ltd ml I1' are tided with a In town of 1500 population model climate payroll $40000 Par month Good opening for doe store or gent furnishings None tn town at present Com-uitinlenta with recui-mend Tanlao and I will gladly tv anyone personally what It has done (or me Tanlao is sold In Lodi bv Graham Co in- Tracy by YVestlake In Htoekton by Owl lru Co In Lockeiord by A J-lrlestlcy In ltipon by 1 I Ness na In Clementa by Chrisinnn dk Clements YVVNNNYN'd PERRY WILL RUN EARLY R1 VERBA NK Nov 20 The Stanislaus river lisa been up for several days pust on aAmnt uf (fie recent lain Ferrvmnii Lelmw stales that the ferrv Ill be running fully three onllis enlitr Hits seon than lust account of the early raius wad uiuw la the foothills GEORGE A WRIGHT Secretary Tuolumne Cal TJ'aa gtowt variety ol loud and ewuetiueaL 1 cailo iam iau" 1-Yuuiu Klwsrd fi wan San Etanels 0 1.

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