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CHARITY Df ES MID
I DECRltD BY LtlilON
- - THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1919
incorporations jffKS IE SOUGHT
The pacific Scale & Supply compand
or ForVJ.nd. capitalized at tSBDoi
Ben W. West as secretary of the Ore-
Xothlng Like Plata RUro-Fhosphate
to rut on rum. iicaitnj rtesn.
and to Iinwase Strength,
Vigor and Nerve Force
ino ni-iuiius ui incorporation, with the
i .yMwuciu nere eanes- wuulj Aascssun,
' ,.n ,t sor. ?,ay Wimam Schweizerhot, Charles has been receiving many letters from
' neclaring emphaUcally that ex ser H. Day and M (county assessors ursinsr that immedi&u
Viiort to being looKea upon corporators. . . . -
vice men object S ep. be taken to hring about legis!-
88 LT useful and busi- Report Iron Works. Reexport
'being recognize" Douglas county, capitalized at $25 000 8tatute applicable to assessment and
v,rine citizens, and expressing , ncorooito . a,,. property valuation work. -
-llSS funrln H nr. re- Wlnnio Tlron'B r a ' ! Bv & recnt mlinc nt tm fiiinran.
;di , in aid in the name of dig- The Coca-Cola company, incorpor- "TT". a"a hir dePutl re
ueSl8, L die sailors and marines, ated under the laws of Geor7a and SSklTSlrf , "
charged soldie a. capitalized at 125.000.000 flu-. a"n pen.al property assessments.
;f r night pxde roicgTerT br
ataBPv.. of resolutions regarding ess ii. Oicg m. The Oieg. n Transit inBth ,hi. ,s.
a numu Which will be sent to (company, Portland, Is named as gei
Judfinc from the countless prepa
rations and treatments which are con
tinually being advertised for the pur
pose of making thin people tleny, ne-
veloping arms, neck and bust, ana t svsvTJTT
replacing ugly hollows and angles by , IpaqmMmSgQSS
ltfc Ai.rv, Itn.. nf health and 1M1
' .. . - ,5 Aia-
.i,,nrters of tne legiuu, m.v
,Pthe resolutions protest against the
V :h, many welfare organizations
act th..r"fnd8 in the name of.
ice men. when as a matter of
If -service men receive no benefit
fahltever7rom It. and. in the major -W
l eases have no need for agrist
ty ot cas!8-..nti,. Thanks are also
l"CLred for aid tendered during the
neriod of the' war. .
P6" lHr,n follOWS
1 Tne. rcorr"r; bH war there are
SceZ" conizations soliciting
? n?l9 in the name of discharged ser
und9J which, in many instances,
Znot used for their nefit and
leral agent in this state.
0 GROUND Tl
Dallas. Dec. 18. Sire Tuesday
morning destroyed the home of R. L.
Worthern at 902 Stump street about
10 o clock. The fire had gained con
siderable headway when first discov
ered and before the fire department
could arrive on tne scene tne aweuing
ii innir ttB a mass 01 Ilames- Tne deepness
HAth Rinlniatrotlnn In thia nor of Vid
wors nas neen tne practice lor yeart.
oi an tne assessors or tne state. .
I rom the point of view of the coun
ty assessors of the state, the recent rul-
t,ng seaousiy limns uie v&iue oi ap
praisement work-as the taxpayer could
evade tne payment oi a portion oi tne
personal ' " if the valuation were
not made under oath.
It is not thought that any effort will
hA mariatn rtreennt the nrnnosed rani'
edial legislation to the special session
tha nft riirved lines of health and
beauty, there are evidently thousands
of men and women who keenly feel
their excessive thinness. t
Thinness and weakness are often
due to starved nerves. Our bodies
need more phosphate than is contain- j
ed in modern foods. 'Physicians claim
there Is nothing that will supply xnis , m
deficiency so well as tne organic pnos- k.
phate known among druggists as oi- ps
uropnospnavB, ' f-- -- -
and is sold by wost all drugsisU xin-
. fei? ' ' -
.ir th nil lirffi-4-'"- " 1 ' "" T"K"m" " ,"" iniiimijf ,Aa
OLCOTT HIRE Of
nued soliciting retarded the de-
. .. nn for aid, memorials ana, . mnkine the run and!
Oi sui." Hprvice . .. ...
nther benefactions " i some difficulty was expenencea m
otner ,,u c hotnir denendents ... ., ..' . . tu.
getting tne water 10 run iium um n
plug. - '
The entire household furniture wltn
the exception of a kitchen stove and
. . uht of being dependents
men m citizens who desire
VSZ f work to the affairs of
to do their full work
. - ThorPTore.
.Be it reserved,-that Capital post I e(Jroom Bet was consumed by
... n t fhn American Legion nereoy) nam tocrether with a large
's"3- thanks to the patriotic! ,tv,i tv,o flenartment
extena vn. "-"--.. wno have la",uu' 1 . -:i;V,,.
kept the Ilames irom reaimim, uju..-
i iiiiiiinM hv heroic work.
Mr. Worthern. who is a cnppie nau
owned the property but a short time
and was paying for if on tne instan
mpnt nlan. Both- dwelling and furni-
!ture wer uninsured.
uw thanks to the patriotic!
and organizations wno ny.
irondered such valuable services m
vSuTTt the desire of
!ance - that any sub-
this eno. k i actions
iof the service men in the future 1b
. iXn legion for its endorsement. Be
I" Resolved, that any contemplated
state a?d be submitted to the execu
;state aia u organiza-
"Resolved, tnai a.
i . . iv,oH ontrh Dost of the
Z S nitS ate of Ore
gon with theS request that they adopt
the same." .
ITALY'S DEFICIT BIG
Rome, uec. io. - . fi,0.
1918-19 showed a deficit of 11.630.
. .. . a,v,on7.er. mlnls-
000,0ft0 lire, oiBu -jr. . th
' .. A .nnnuncea in tne
ter of tne weai"j . mV1. hns
chamber, of deputies . today. has
.been paid w .- -- deflcit
O.um e.000.000 lire.
' Echanzer estimatea
Mrs. Eliza Jane Whetstone, tne
first white child born in Umatilla
county, died at he home in nevvw
last week, aged 69.
Rnvemor Olcott. who was not pres
ent at the meeting of the state fish
and M.me commission in Portland, ue
cember 11, at which action was laneu
ousting W. Id. Findley as state DioiO'
, v,oit no RtAtement to make regara
i ii,, min fnr the action dv ine
when annroached on the
subject this afternoon. The minutes
of the meeting show that a vacancy was
declared to ex s in the office ol sia.e
biologist effective January l, nexi,
Commissioners v. m. wane",
Fleischner and Marion jac vou
the affirmative and uonunissiuii v..
w stone expressing his approval of
the action in a telegram. A committee
ot two to consist of Jack ana run
ner was named to select a successor to
inley .the minutes show. i
Afim .ntM1 nf satisfaction or
,n,, hrk. Bv teeuinK tne nerves
n.i iv K'liinivinff tne ouuv
cells with the necessary phosphoric
t.A .i.mniia. bitro Dhospnute snuuiu
I the appearance: the Increase in
weight frequently belng astonisnuiK.
Increase In weight also carries with)
! Imnrnvement in the!
health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and j
lack of energy, which nearly n
accompany excessive thinness s
soon disappear, dull eyes brighten
and pale cheeks glow with tne o.om
of perfect health. ufc
. fnr the relief of ner-
ib unsuM- r. r... ...
- nnnura I nfluiiiiv. civ...
taking it who do not aes. w p
flesh should use extra care in avoia-
ing fat producing foods. w
JOURNAL .WANT ADS PAY
qRAND OPERA HOUSE
: , ALWAYS USEFUL
YOU'LL MAKE NO MISTAKE
Fridav, Decemkr 19
COHAN & HARRIS
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J tut nc
"A Christmas Present for Dad"
DON'T FORGET FATHER
' Buy him some useful article of wearing apparel at BISHOP'S.
If you select his gift in this store, you may rest assured that he
appreciate it, because years of experience in serving men satisfactorily has
given us a very thorough knowledge of what men want or wish for.
CHRISTMAS GIH IDEAS WHICH WOULD PLEASE ANY MAN
Neckwear ..$1.00 to $3.00
Hosiery - 23c to $2.00
Shirts $2.50 to $13.00
Mufflers .$2.00 to $3.00
Traveling Bags $;-0!
Bclt9 $1.00 to $3.00
Bathrobes $7.30 to $18.00
Umbrellas $2-00 to $7.50
Handkerchiefs 23c to $1.23
Pajamas W 7-
, HouseCoats .....$3.00 to $G.50
Suit Cases 10-
Houc Slippers ?:o$
Bf HAITV JUKBSrimi
n i mm -P immm
.if'? -t .'..i ll!
Cup,riBhim9.HtSrb.M. thin for the Son,
ONE HEAR NEW lOl
6 Months to Chicago
6 Months In Phlludclphln
Reserved Seats Sale Now
Opera House pharmacy
rRICES BOe. t00. $1.50. 2 00
R rorfriend aid show thorn
mas Spirit. . . it vou purchase Iicrc.
44i 1 Wl i A
You taKe no cnau .
Seem Woocn Mills Store
CP. BISHOP, Prop.
: M.vum and Polk Counties a rairon
Every ranuij i
kji ktM " .. ;-;wi t
oZZof Good Health and a Lo" .1
J clothing rHnf( i
MAS $1.00 SALE
VV1,U .. i. ,,,ur Christmas Dollar
With Its yi?Z He
actiou -jute, P'"'" tone tne ""'""
ireases the spy j-g Bere. w" . . va-eto and
. 4.1,- msp,"w
M. remarkable tome the y
and joy of the weak ana OBogg of lost
back the sunshine of of the
vitauty. ' It opens up woodttfifl goul9
future to the down-castw eary
depressed inspirit Jh winning bat
strength and the courage to fig exn.ued
Mes in those who have lost bea P burdens.
under the .train wehtvlthlie In the slombtoui
kindle, anew the vital ip' burst fctth t
body of the languishing, ""SJ '
tast in . radiant glow of perfect health.
"LYKO- is. Inda. of
feet. Nacre's Bm aid in ""' tUnse"build9
ootM. A general tonic in the bioa
d menuny PJT fotcf .nd bring "Jj,. Try
fecretey" d ehrrm..
, bottle today- . .
it rtracvtiQ oea
The Great, T
i... moVo vmir
lime. v a
of $1 Bargain
JOl , -notliSnir, FurimMr.ES,
Shoe, Corne ir. prepared to buy I ra8onmmth9!n
cna ' the people
Your Libcrtv Bonds ? v
To Churches, bunoay PROFIT. - rf
c.. Herring in pint jars,
I-tak Salmon, pictelod,rr pound --
liked Btoaters, each....-
. . ,r t r.!nt iars.eacb
Fl&ft lOai,! ir, nnnd -
lione t-a , . otv.nnds...- "
Kcts, pickeled, 1 P -.v - "l ...23 c
CI , ,r km ier pouna
I""lir""" r"""'J. - ;vXit .wt.,.
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