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The Searchlight from Redding, California • 3

Publication:
The Searchlighti
Location:
Redding, California
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3
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1113' ma BBARCHUOxrr iudddvq bhabta county cautoxnli BREVITIES Wife-Died as Husband Came BREVITIES Freeh buttermilk at In Tuba atnet FOR'- Modern Apartments GO TO 319 Market St BRICK- BUILDING MRS GIUBBANI Prop HAT chance will I have when the war is Thousands of boys are asking that question They want to keep up with their studies they want these warfare years to count For them the war work agencies are conducting the greatest university in the world Every hut in France is a classroom and the leading college and high school teachers of the country under the leadership of men like 4 Professor Stokes of Yale and Professor Erskine of Columbia are keeping your boy in touch Get behind the campaign that will keep the boys from falling behind SOLDIER SON RETURNS HOME ON FURLOUGH OFIND HIS MOTHER HAD JUST DIED ('has Wagner who to spending the winter in Burney volley for the benefit of hla health having heard that hie wife was desperately 111 returned: home Friday evening As he opened the gate to enter the yard hie wife died lie did not get to eee her alive Charles A Wagner a soldier atj Vancouver returned home on a fur-' lough Friday morning Alighting! from the train he was told that hie mol Iter Mra Charles Wfcgnsr died the evening before John Wagner the eo brother died at homo two weeks ago Charles- A Wagner soldier from Vancouver Washington returned hone on a furlough Friday morning! UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN Special bargain In bora1 Sachrlafa ahoa store hoes at 11-9 l)r Lawry went to San tfran-j cisco Friday morning i i ahoea from (146 up at Be-chriat'a 185) 119 Heyler and aon represented Inwood in the county aeat Friday a For Half a million of finest red cedar 'shin alee Redding Lumber company tf Mr and Mra A1 Jonaa have come down from the Bnlaktala to I pend the winter In Redding i Constable Llmbaugh of Kennett came down to the county lent Friday to bring a alacker to the oonnty Jail We are now prepared to furnlah the spiral apata in any color Be jchrlat'a ahoa atora 119 A Huff of Klamath Falla la In Redding being called hive by tbe Illness of hla daughter Mra Lambeth Gibson Mra Leo Corby after a abort vlalt In thla city with her parents Mr and Mra Ed Llmnell returned to her home In Cottonwodo Friday morning Proa delivery of lumber In quantity to any part of tha city SU teama hauling canatantly far ua Raddiag Lumber Ca I tftf 1 Byron Ogburn of Anderson wee In thla city Friday to pick up the latest election returns and try to figure out whether he was elected assemblyman from thla district George Despots of Keswick passed through thla city Thursday evening hound for Bakersfield to- attend the funeral of hie aon Maurice Despots who died of John Maw after zpendiig a month i on Bear creek with hi brother Marx was in Redding Friday evening to take the train for hie home In Sac iramrnto He waa accompanied from Bear creek by hla nephew John Mow Mra Caaedy and -her aon An- Majestic Electric Heaters Radiate Heat Like the Sun Does on a Summer Day CAMPAIGN AGAINST GAUZE MASKS IS WITHOUT FACTS Inquiry Shows That Authorities Never Issued Statements Credited to Thcp Medical Experts Agree Facial Covering Good Precaution HRCllAMJSKTO November Ajto any ha oppose the wearing of campaign against the efficacy or even gauze masks as a protection agninat the advlaablllty of wearing mask aa influenza cheok t0 the lnflgenza ha been rarrlPd (jn c)ty Multory recommend that persons coming In contact with influenza cas-o S1ILL IN HOSPITAL HERBERT MOODY NOT RECOV-ERED SUFFICIENTLY TO ACCOMPANY HIS DIVISION Indirect word has been received here that Herbert Moody editor of The Searchlight who wee In the wreck of a soldier train near Oenevg ID over two weeks ago le In a boeptlal In Washington Cs having not recovered sufficiently from hie Injuries to aco-mpany hie division to France George Michaud of Redding who woe in the oarne division la nrar probably In France ae be was due to Mail a week ego Rave your eyes Let us help you Twenty yes re experience In this work Rave your eyes at the Northern Optical Co Redding 1 I GO a 477 BELMEYER WHur these said Dr Blue today to the Bee correspondent This applies to persons In a nick room such as doctors nunfta and attendants do not recommend Hint persona not In Immediate routiiet with Infiuensa cases should wear musks but we do not advise against Kuw the objectors to the musk ordinance have become silent about Dr The Majestic is the most powerful electric heater (tf its size made It Is strong and compact can be carried from room to room and placed anywhere that Is convenient lias a parabolic reflector made of burnished copper which-intensifies the radiation of its heat It is an all year round heater that will be found most efficient In removing the chill and dampness from the bedroom the dinning room the bath room the nursery or office It is economical In current consumption and safe In operation as there is a dead air space between the copper reflector and the iron back This construction keeps the back cool at all times which is the only form of electric heater construction that has the approval of the National Board of Fire Underwriters Price with" 8 foot cord with plug attached $900 FOR SAFETY SAKE DEMAND A MAJESTIC drew McCurry left Friday morning Health and Marine Hospital serv-j for their home near Gazelle The aon United States and Dr who had been attending school in San Chnrlez Plnkham secretary of the Francisco to Just recovering from a California Hoard of Medical examiners double sickness influenza and pto-1 there is no virtue In the masks Reception 9-lltf Chatham of Palo Cedro transacted bueineee In thla city Friday Byron ml eatate and In Anrieraon Col l-10-tf Antnne Joseph the Cottonwood aheap man waa In Redding Friday to pay hli (mm To watt saya let bulldlnga go unrepaired to nd you know what Hoover Turtle Bay Lumber yard tf Ed Sanders tha Delta pioneer was a county seat visitor Friday He transacted business with the county recorder Charles Brock who has been employed in (he lumber camps up north all summer has returned to Redding to spend tha winter Brock has passed through the Influenza mlU Mr it 0 I Condon of Dunsmufo lifter a visit In this city with her slater Mra Frank Hollingsworth left Friday morning 'for Ran Francisco where she will do soma more Halting Mra Frank Beholfleld of Carbon Is In this city to attend the funeral of her alater Mra Charles Wagner She arrived here Thursday evening a moment or two after Mra Wagner paased away Henry McCurry the La mnine carpenter after a visit In San Francisco stopped off In Redding FYlday as he wne returning to Me base In the lumber town He will leave for Lamolne thla morning Dorn Isaac soldier at Camp Kearny returned home on a furlough Thursdny evening He wee -called back to Redding by the death of hie brother James Isiuicb who was hurled Friday lb Saylor departed Friday morning for St Louis where he was summoned on account of the critical Illness of hie father Baylor The aged parent visited Bedding during the exposition Kgun who wee called here nearly month ago by the death of his grandson son of Mr and Mrs -C Egan returned to hie home In Sca-ranientu Friday morning lie was ne-rumpanled by his son and wife Judge Barber and Mra Barber will leave this morning for San Francisco Mia Barber will remain to spend Thanksgiving with her mother Judge Barber wilt be back here for Ihw and motion day next Friday Joseph Jackson Sr end Joseph Jackson Jr father and aon arrived here from Kalamazoo Mich Thursday evening and left next morning for Wcavenrllle where they will visit Mr and Mra William II Wood ham Mrs Wondham to the elder daughter DECREASING IN DUN8MUIR DUN8MUIR November 8 Infiu-ensn proves to be sleeping hart but to not dead Four new cases were reported yesterday Schools will probably not open until there era no new cases For IufanU and Children- Mothers KnowThat Genuine Castoria: Always Bears the Signature of in Use For Over Thirty Years THf MSTMS SS IT1 Redding Feed Company Daalara la Fleur Hay Grain Sgude aad Food af all klnde Carnar Tehama and California REDDING CALIFORNIA Eldridge BEAL ESTATE and INSUBANCE AGT Litaeh Building Yuba Btraal Veto she ns 1101 Redding Cal Northern California Winery Co Rsdding Ctl JAS YOUNG HARDWARE CO Farm Implements Hardw're Sporting: Goods Stores and Bangei MARKET STREBT Money to Loan DIAMONDS WATCH SO JEWELRY and anything value at IN Street aeramaote Maaanla Building Scad article to and will send money and lehet Hlgbeot mean gold fw DIAMONDS and OLD OOLB Dray Express Wa haul everyUlsg within alty limit and carry an a im-aril draytgn and exprann ban la see All weik aatruntad to oa win be pnmptly and on-folly ottaodad to Expartoocai Shipper HOUSTON DRAYINQ CO I I Shasta Electric Works 421 MARKET STREET REDDING- CAL I 1 1 1 II 1 144 I 1 1 1 1 1 HH41HHH-H41-HI 11 1 14444 lit I fashion One aeaertion act forth a lndiput able fact waa thla: eminent medical authorities an Dr Rupert Blue head of the Pub- rather they are a detriment to free breathing of the lunga of plenty of i aIr an(j annahlne the real anti- for alckneM of any kind where dotea Truth Itself ahlaM la not accepted as the In order to get at the Truth with capital the correspondent at San Francisco Interviewed Dr Charles Plnkham Endereea Mask Tha result waa published in thin pnjier on last Thursday Doctor Plnkham asserted most em-plmticnlly hla belief in the efficacy of masks In combating the Influenza Blue Alts Endorsee Masks Then the Bee telegraphed to Its Washington correspondent to Interview Dr Rupert Blue not knowing that Dr C-Slmmons commlsalnner of Putins' -health and safety also had dondBO Following to Dr answer to Dr Simmons: Public health service has favored wearing masks for persona intimately axpaaad to Infiuensa as In hospitals It has not undertaken to advocate their us by tha general papulation but la greatly interested In securing all possible authentic Information regarding the observance and offset of compulsory ordinances BLUE Washington Nov 191 Denies Opposition In Correspondent Walker's telegram to tha Bee ho soya: "Surgeon -General Blue of the public health service nay It In a mistake Ashland Creamery BUTTER Exclusively at the ITALIAN GROCERY STORE IEE- A Albrecht for FIRE INSURANCE And NOTARY PUBLIC Phone 3191 MILLER First-Class and Firs HOTEL First-Class Msals at all Hours Open day and night General Stage Office- WEAVERVILLECAL Rupert Blue or Dr Clmrles Pinkhnm and are asserting that great Rockefeller Foundation Issued a proc- la mat Ion to the effect that while the masks did no harm It was Impossible to arrestd isease Denise Statements The Editor of the Boo telegraphed to the Rockefeller foundation and received this answer: Referring to the telegram to tha Rockefeller Foundation I know of no statement made by anyone associated with this institution that gauss masks are impotent to arrest disease germs Tha general opinion ef these beat qualified here is that gauss masks properly 1 constructed may be of distinct value- RUFUS COLE Director Hospital ef the Rockefeller Institute Now York November 4 1911 fisaassaEsasmss -v Net Foments l'iriui'Hlfachi in le i alcohol-3 IlnckT f- si-vililiniHioIood tini lh? Si xaacks nmi Buywls BUG Hu'irbv rnwdoliiii nttrrfalrcandJNKW resw Oidum ItorpUMiJ Mineral yoTXVKCQTiC Am Cl JhrkBrifti Aws-S-rf $9 AnW Utrm wg brf I Cwislin-iIimiandDarrty Ioss or TacSiiwK SidneinfiL1 rcwTM-c YORK 2 Se' RgiS 2 "j'4' 1 FOR i DR' a mnine poisoning Rone who hits mined along Coffee creek In Trinity county for sev-1 eral years waa in Redding Friday to greet his many friends who has been visiting In Burney with her daughter Mra Tim Desmond arrived in Redding In the evening She and her husband are on their way to Oakland to spend tha winter i Mrs Rosa CARD OF THANKS Following tha sudden death of our mothor Mra Anna Schiller- many friends and neighbors were extremely kind In giving sympathy and rendering aid We desire to express to them our gratltudq by thla means (Signed) Mra Thomaa Kltto Mra Elisabeth Smith John Boater Theodora Ketet and William Reatar Open The Oyster Grotto CALIFORNIA STREET NEXT DOOR TO REDDING THEATER First-Class Restaurant Everything in Season Clean and Neat Reasonable in Price FRONT DOOR ALWAYS OPEN PAY HIGH 'PRICES FOR DENTAL WORK WHEN YOU CAN GET THE BEST WORK THAT MONEY CAN BJY AT PRICES WITHIN REACH OF ALL make the best 22 Gold 'Crowns' for $500 and $600 that other Donists charge $1000 and $1240 for WHY pay these prices when you can get two for the pries of ont' BY MY ANALGESIC METHOD I CAN CROWN FILL OR EXTRACT YOUR' TEETH WITHOUT THE LEAST PARTICLE OF PAIN My' Dentistry- Is My 'Prices Art Right ALL WORK EXAMINATIONS FREE Dr Belmeyer NO PAIN DENTIST Maeenie Building Over Drug Steve Yuba and Market 6ts REDDING CAL i 1 1 W4-H4I 4 1 I'M i ifmm immmm JAEGEL'S Frssh Frozsn Oystsfi and Spring Chicken Specialty i Hot and Cold Lunches st all Hours FRESH BUTTERMILK-' StWWNSIIKiMCGW I Exact Copy of Wrapper 5SE MS!.

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71,568
Years Available:
1897-1942