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THE CAPITAL TOTTRVAL FRIDAY. JANUARY !, 1920.
fDAY BUDGET DAY
ill IMS till
To emphasize the importance of op
erating personal and family flnanoes
on the budget plan.
Badge Or Always Trudg Itl
' A Budget Will Buds Itl
Srery .Man Should Plan HI Spend
ing You're on the Right Tack By Keep
ing Track of Wher It Goe!
A famll7 budget telle you where you
are going to success or disaster bo
fere you get there. Look ahead in
A family budget ia a road to family
aeccem make one during Thrift
A fatuiiy budget tells whether yon
are getting profit or loss from your
hard wore in shop or office. Make ou
la Thrift Week.
Host people plan how they will use
their time, but too few plan to use
money wisely, a Thrift Week budget to
We ean't have everything: a family
budget helps us get the things we
need most Budgetlze during Thrift
Keep it Record of Expenditure.
It would be a poor business that
merely knew bow much money It took
in and kept no record of Its outgo. Ev
ery progressive firm keeps records, In
cluding petty cah. You handle the
cash for your business of living. . You
know your income if you are honest
with yourself you will record your out
go. Buch a record will check foolish
little expenditures from undermining
family stability and prevent really
worth while investments.
Winy Have a Budget?
1. U helps you to know where your
money has gone.
I. It helps you to know where your
mousy should go.
t. It helps you to proportion the
necessary and unnecessary expenses.
4. It Is th foundation stone of
business success In the home.
i. It teaches th children to
careful of their expenditures.
t. It aids in all other saving.
T. , It protects aguinst over-expendt-tar
In any one direction.
5. It enables one to determine eas
ily whethxr he Is bankrupt or solvent,
t. It helps a man to be systematic
la hi work and In his relationships to
ull other men.
Wlint the Dlblo Sny.
"For which of you Intending to build
a tower slttcth not down first and
counteth the cost whether he has
enough to finish It, lest haply alter he
hath laid the foundation and Is not
ableto finish It, all that behold It be
Kin to mock him, saying, this man be
Kan to build and was not able to fln-iah."
Haze! Green Notes.
Hazel Green, Or., Jan. J 3. Mrs.
Hilda Williamson has returned from a
two weeks' stay with her sister In Stay
Ronald Montgomery- of Qninaby
spent Monday night at the parsonage.
J. M. Wells of Portland was the
guest ot Kev. F. fisher, the past week
Mrs. C. J. Bartruff of Middle Grove
has been on the sick list this week.
Willie Williamson had his right
thumb badly torn on a nail while work
ing with a drag saw.
K. De Gross has secured a phone on
the 70 line.
J as. Caswell and family visited with
friends In Polk county Sunday.
Antone Rasmussen received a blow
on his left eye while chopping wood
which kept hlra from work for two or
three days. ...
Mis Anita Looney, the nlee of G. G.
Looney was operated on for appendi
citis Monday evening at the Deaconess
hospital and 1 doing weH at present
Several Hazel Green young people
attended the revival services Tuesday
evening at Middle Grove which are be
ing conducted by Rev. Burns.
William Dunlgan was tendered a sur
prise party Monday evening in honor
of his birthday by his Busy Bee class
and friends. Games, music and dell
clous refreshments kept everyone In
a happy frame.
The parent-teachers' meeting will be
held at the school house January 30.
HUES SHOW HOBE
WORKING IN PLANTS
Washington, Jan. 23. Increases In
the number of worker employed ra
ten of the IS leading Industrie are
shown In figures mad public today by
the bureau of labor statistics.
Comparing the figure of the same
establishments for last December with
December, 191$, the largest increase.
2t. per cent, appeared In the manu
facturing industry. Eleven Industries
showed an increase in pay rolls, men's
ready made coithing showing an in
crease of 98.4 per cent and the woolen
industry 58. T per cent An Increase In
the amount of money paid employes in
December as against November Is
shown in the payrolls of 13 of the in
dustries, cotton manufacturing leading
with an increase of $3.7 per cent
Berlin Suburb Parcakcd ,
By Americans Is Report
lierlln, Jan. 21. Grunewald Villa,
In an exclusive suburb ot Berlin, ho
tieen bought by Americans, according
to the Tttgeblutt today. The price paid
Is said to have been 4,000,000 marks.
One report hns It that the premises
will 1)4 the permauont residence ot
the American ambassador.
Dallas, Or., Jan. 23. At a meetlha
of the directors of the Dallas Commer
cial club Wednesday nlKht that body
elected the following officers to serve
for the ensuing year: President, U.
A, Joslln; vice-president, N. L. Guy;
secretary, W. V. Fuller; treasurer, Eu
gene Hayter. Mr. Fuller retired from
the presidency of the club which posi
tion he has held for the prist several
years during which time tho organiza
tion has grown from a small body of
business men to one which takes In
more than one hundred citizens and
farmers from the surrounding country.
At the business session which follow
ed the directors' meeting several mat
ters of Importance to the welfare of
the community were tukeu up chief
among which was the cannery nroposl
tlon made by the directors this week
with a Mr. Newton of SUverton, who
represent tho Bryant & WasHell com
pany. The directors secured for lee
oannery people an option on the Bar-
ham warehouse which will be remotV
eled and equipped wtth the latest ma
chlnery lor use In the canning busl
ness. The Bryant t WuhhhII people
expect to bHKln work on the building
the first of February and have the ma
chlnery Installed and ready for opera
tion with the coming In of the first
berry crops. '
Another cannery concern Is seriously
figuring on locating here and this mat
ter Is also bt'lng given attention by the
week by the Legion and a committee ,
from the Commercial club In an endea- '
vor to secure 100 members By tn time
the company takes the oath next Thurs
SILMTON CANKER TO
OPBi PLANT AT DALLAS
Dallas, Or., Jan. S3. After many
years of ardent endeavor the Dallas
Commercial club has procured a can
nery for this city. Papers for the con.
cern were signed by the directors of
the Commercial club end a Mr. Newton
of Silverton this week.
The cannery Is to be located in the
old Barham warehouse near the Dallas
public school property In tbe southern
part of the city, a two years' lease hav
ing been taken by Mr. Newton on the
building." The cannery operators said
that by the time their lease expired
they will know definitely whether a
cannery will Bay here and can then
construct a building more suuuuie n-i
their purposes. I
Many acres of berries of all kinds
will be st out in this vicinity this
' spring and a campaign wul oe can leu
on bv the Commercial cluo to interest ;
farmers and fruit growers in cultivat
ing crops that can be handled by the
The cannery operators are to take
possession of the building February 1
and will at once begin the remodeling
of the structure and install machinery
to have the place ready for operation
with arrival of the early berry crops.
No vegetables except beans will be
cannei- in this city as competition with
eastern markets is so great that it does
no pay to handle the smaller vege
tables, it is said.
. SLAV WOMEX TO VOTE
Belgrade, Jan. S3. Women admin
istering property In their own right
will be permitted to vote at the first
national election in Jugo-Slavla next
month, according te an announce
ment made by the cabinet
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Day.
Druggists refund money if PAZO
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Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pilea
Stops Irritation, Soothes and Heala
You can get restful sleep after the
first application. Price 60c. (Adv)
Open Saturday January 24th,. at 163
South Commercial. Prices that are
lower for the best the market af
Process Toward Compromise
0a Peace Treaty Is Reported
Washington, Jan. 22. Further pro
gress toward a compromise nstn reser
vations to the peace treaty was report
ed today aftnr conferences among sena
tor preliminary tn the reaneombllng of
th bi-partisan conference late today.
The. five democrats of the bl-partl-an
conference held a separate meeting
and leaders said they suoeeded In har
monising differences among themsel
ves ovor article 10 of the league ot na
tlon covenant and equal voting in the
VE1ANS AT DALLAS
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The modern working de
vice for modern Twanlicth
Century folk is the One
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efficient electrical mea'ian.
lsra that will do a weeli's
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and worry as
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, The One-Minute
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Jut trouble. It .
will last a life
time with ordi
$9 DOWN---$2 A WEEK
r "Will put a One-Minute washer in your home
The Store of Housewares
135 N. Liberty St.
DALLAM NAMI S Olr'lCKKH
Dallas. Jan. 23. The Dallas city
council meeting this week eleetod a
city marshal, city attorney and olty
engineer for the ensuing year. O. P.
Chum, who has held the position of
marshal for the past several years,
was unanimously reelected,
Rdwitrd F, Coud was reelected olty
attorney and Kdward J. film city
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Accept "CaKfornU" Syrnp of Tift
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MMksrl Tea unat mi "California"
Dallas, Or., Jan. 23. Owing tn
strenuous efforts helng put forth by
members of Carl 8. Kenton Tost of
the American Legion, a military com
pany for Dallas la an assured fact,
more than 50 numbers having already
signed the enlistment records and as
many more hv signified their inten
tions of to doing. The company will
be known as company L, the name of
the old company which Went to France
at the outbreak of the war with Ger
many. Captain It. S. Krenson has been
appolntod by Adjutant General Conrad
Wtafrln is the temporary commanding
officer and the company will be sworn
into the state organization next Thurs
The armory which has become seri
ously out of repair during the past
two years will be remodeled and fitted
up to house the new company, thanks
to the efforts of Representative W. V.
Fuller who secured the passage of a
bill at the recent session ot the legisla
ture appropriating $4000 for this pur
pose. As Boon as the company is sworn in
officers will be elected and drilling
started. About 60 per cent of the mem
bership ro far are ex-service men and
as they are familiar with the manuel of
arms It is expected that the organisa
tion will be one of the crack companies
ot th state.
An active canvass Is being made this
Yellow Mustard For
Sore Throat, Sonsilitis
Old fashioned remedies nre often
the best. Yellow Mustard, In th form
of plaster or poultice, has been used
f or generations
for soreness, In
(est Ions and
swelling wl t h
most excellent re
suits but It blis
.cred. Heat eases
pain and Pegy's
ot pure yellow
er with otlwr lu relieving Ingredi
ents U Just as hot, but quicker, clean
er, and more effective and cannot
When your throat Is sore, when you
hsv plurlsy, bronchitis or a pain
shooting chest cold yeu can get speedy
and lasting rvllef with this meet ef
fective preparation because heat eas
es pain. Every druggist has It 30 and
10 centa (Adv
The thousands upon thousands of Thomson's "Glove
Fitting" Corsets bought here in recent years, by
Salem's women, would indicate that these are truly
garments of real merit. And their popularity has
never slackened but is constantly increasing. In this
daily scramble for merchandise, we feel very for
tunate indeed, to be able to meet your wants with so
complete a line of these justly famous corsets. We
make no promises for the future. We advise early
For those who wii m
tluer qua lily material,
trimming and finish
Wo are Showing a Very .
Fine Line Or
or Headache i
rub th forehead
and temples with
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pearance bring back the original
color and luster of every gray hair
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A sclentiflo process, discovered by
Prof. John H. Austin, bacteriologist,
hair and scalp specialist of Chicago,
for developing the natural color of
the hair In a similar manner to that
of developing the photographic nega
tive. It is positively the only satis
factory and lasting treatment for re
storing color to the hair in a mild
Co-Lo Hair Restorer is absolutely
harmless and will not injure either
the hair or scalp; Is not a dye; con
tains no lead or sulphur; will not
wash or rub off; has no sediment, and
Is as clear as water a pleasing and
simple remedy to apply.
Co-Lo Hair Restorer comes In
A6 for Black and all Dark Shades
A7 Extra Strong, for Jet Black
A8 for all Medium Brown Shades.
A9 for all Very Light Brown,
Drab and Auburn Shades.
Co-Lo Hair Restorer on sale at Ter
ry's drug store. (Adv)
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IRISHMAN'S LAST 3 DAYS
FRIDAY-7:30 p. m. DR. REID will
give answer to this question:
"Sleeping Sickness, Was That
SATURDAY-7:30 p. ra. Extra Special
meeting: "Shall Christ come
SUNDAY IS THE LAST DAY
10:45 a. m.
"DOES DEATH END ALL?"
Professional Men Specially Invited.
This is Dr. Rei(Ts greatest argmneEtative
Sermon Everybody should hear
"SHALL WE KNOW OUR LOVED
TROY, The Large Choir and Male
Chorus Will Sing.
The crowds are so large that people are turned away. Come early. A special
thank of fenny will be taken up for Dr. Rcid and Mr. Troy next Sunday
Morning and Evening. Come prepared to express your thanks in a substan
Liberty and Marion
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