Feb. 2, 1918, continued

Editor's note: There was no Feb. 3, 1918, paper

BIRDS OF PARADISE AT PAGE THEATER TUESDAY

It is a poignant bit of tragic romance that makes up the story of "The Bird of Paradise," Oliver Morosco's beautiful play of Hawaiian life which will again be seen at the Page Tuesday, February, 5. It is a story as old as the difference between races and ever provocative of thought. Its success, however, lies in the quaint and picturesque settings given it by the author, Richard Walton Tully, for it gives one a glimpse into life and conditions not much known to Americans until after the charming play of Hawaiian life was first disclosed to the public. "The Bird of Paradise" will again include this city in its itinerary this season. From previous records it will be welcome here annually for many seasons to come.

WORST WINTER IN YEARS

Snow, wind and extreme cold caused more colds this winter than in past years. Foley's Honey and Tar proved its worth in thousands of homes. Men, women and children checked colds and coughs and prevented serious consequences from exposure. It clears the passages, heals raw inflamed membranes, balances irritation and tickling throat. Mrs. Edward Strevy, R. 37, Clinton, O. says: "I think Foley's Honey and Tar are only medicines for coughs and colds and recommend it highly."

GATES OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTORS FOR PREST-O-LITE

Announcement is made by C. E. Gates Auto Co., of Medford, Ore., of their appointment as official distributors, in this territory, for Prest-O-Lite gas services and serve as a supply depot for the network of Prest-O-Lite exchange stations in this and surrounding towns.

Many new uses have been developed for the familiar Prest-O-Lite "gas tank" and it is to take care of increasing demands along these lines that the Prest-O-Lite Co. Inc., has established a best distribution point, according to Mr. C. E. Gates.