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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
At Fair Will be
Used by Soldiers
In order to avoid any further ques
tion aa to the title of the Oregon build
toe at the Panama-Pacific exposition,
fan Francisco, the building la o be
deeded to the commanding general
of the western department . of the
United States army to be held in!
trust for the use of officers and men j
of the army, according to plans made
known here today by Governor Ol
At the close of the exposition the
wilding waa deeded by the Oregon
romralssion named by the state legis-
lature to General J. Franklin Bell at
thai time commander of the western
department of the army, to be held
. la trust for the. officers and men of
the army. After the death of Belt
there was some question as to the
- ownership of the building, some con
tending that it belonged to the Bell
Lieutenant - General Liggett in
charge at Presidio, and Judge Samuel
White. Judge advocate general at San
FranclHco, have recommended to
Governor Olcott that In order to per
petuate the trust the building be deed
ed to the "commanding genoral of the
western department of the United
States army 'thus avoiding any fu
ture question as to Its title. Governor
Otoott has communicated with the
a"' ' r "hers of the Oregon co.n-
tnliuion John F. Logan and O. M.
Clark of Portland, R. A. Booth of Eu
Kene C. L. Hawlcy of McCoy and V.
1 Thompson of Portland all of
whom have expressed their approval
of the plan.
The deed Kill bo executed at once
hut the approval of the state legisla
ture will be. necessary before th act
ion can be made final.
According to Oregon visitors to the
California metropolis this building is
a source of much valuable advertise
ment for tho state. It has been fitted
up for the accommodation of serv
ice men, thousands of whom make
use of it annually.
By M. B.
Olympio, tVush., March 1S.- wash
ington s salmoo industry, once among
th( leaders, in 'the state's activities,
has been nltnoxt depleted by the in
tensive fishing of the past six years,
L. II. Darwin, state fish commission
er, declared in his annual report filed
with Governor Louis Y. Hart.
Creation by the legislature of a fish
eries commission to take full charge
or rishing operations in Washington
waters was recommended by Mr.
"What is the matter?"
Alice a-ked the Queen
A s soon
As she could .
"Have job pricked
, "I haven't pricked
Bat I glial! soon
Oh, u, oh!".
Some folks with plenty
j The Western Grain company of
Portland, capitalized at 130,009 filed
articles of incorporation with the cor
poration department here today. The
incorporators are Robert Uaguire, W
H. Maguire and J. P. Winters.
Other corporations filing articles
Hord-Brooks company, Portland;
$10,000; Glenn L. Hord. Joseph J.
Brooks and Bradley A. Ewers.
Norway Creamery company, Nor
way, Coos county; $12,000; M. M.
Schmidt, Theodore Clinton and J. H.
Certificates of Increase in capital
were filed as follows:
Alder 81ope Ditch company. Port'
land, from 000 to 125.100.
Kiernan & Flora company. Port
land, from $350,000 to $500,000
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jkyjlKS 1HABKL S. KK HAM S
popular and ullrmtlve
young woman of Lcwlslun, Mnlno
1 now an,' ardent a-humploii of
Tuithui, since she began faking h a
fow' welts ago.
Apply Zemo, Clean, Penetrat
ing, Antiseptic Liquid
It is unnecessary for you to suffer
with eczema, blotches, ringworm, rashes
and similar skin troubles. Zemo,
obtained at any drug store for 35c or
$1.00 for extra large bottle, and prompt
ly applied will usually give instant reliet
from itching torture. It cleanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly and
effectively most skin diseases.
Zemo is a wonderful, nenetratine.
disappearing liquid and is soothing to
me most delicate skm. It is not Ereasy.
is easily applied and costs little. Get
it today and save all further distress.
The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, 0.
LOXKLY GL4XTS OF THE FOREST
Mahogany trees do not grow in clus
ters, but are found scattered through
out forests and hidden in dense under
li V J
Pine Odors &t
1 he exquisite
frapTance of the
Northern Pines hai delightful f
soothing qualities tor Catarrh
and Colds in the Head and the
Throat. This fragrance is con
tained in Mayr't Pint Nadlt Balm.
Clean the ciogged-up nose immedi
ately JbW in Sef, tjcandfoc tktt.
Atk for your money back if it fails
to give satisfaction.
hrM (ho. H. Mats. W. Amtm Am.
Mayr'i Pin Ndl Balm k for wl. by
I. C. Perry, Daniel J. Frv nnd Hmir.
In the dance, it is necessary
to use a face powder that
stays on that keeps the
face col and fresh -looking,
no ma'tter how warm one
Soul Kiss Face Powder is
very adherent and it is fasci
nating in its fragrance.
Meyer Brothers Drug Co.
, Saint Louis -
Soul K(.M Faa Cream
t the bt ounulttm
for act po&Jnr -
55svaC . si A
has the good, rich body most people prefe, if
in a tacle syrup.
YOU needn't worry any longer about
the scarcity and exorbitant price of
maple syjup. The tried and tested Karo
Maple Flavor in the Green Can is now
at your grocer with the flavoring of
finest maple sugar to he had.
Karo Maple Flavor has all the delightful
tang of natural maple syrup, and it also
Whether for pancakes or waffle,, ever
body thoroughly enjoy, this delicious
syrup. And remember, Karo Maple Flavor
is always reasonably priced.
,fle .or. to yor freer f KarQ M
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CORN PRODUCTS REFINING COMPANY
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Joluuon, Lieber Company
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"" PORTLAND. OREGON
I!V THE COITXTY COl'RT
of the State of Oregon, for tho
County of Marion
In the matter of tl estate of Dan
Tracy, deceased. '
Daniel Tracy, James Trsry, Thomas
Tracy, Mary liurke, Michael J. Tracy
j Bridget Moran, Kathleen Tracy, Jean
Baker. Tracy I'eterson, (formerly
jjpan Baker Tracy,) alias Jean Tracy,
; alias Jean Peterson, and Jean Peter
son, executrix of the last will and
testament of James Daniel Tracy, de
ceased, petitioners and plaintiffs, vs
Huzel Nutting Jones, formerly Hazel
Nutting, alias Hazel Butting, and
Bessie B. Bennet, and all persons
Miss Mabel 8. Deschanes, a popular
and attractive voung woman residing
at No. 7 Burtlett Street, Lewlston,
Me., is now an ardent chamviion of
Tnnlaca, since she began using the
medicine a few weeks ago,
"I prize Tunlac aoote every other
.(-uniue, wen mat wnich was pre
soriDed for me," said Miss Doschaiias
in relating her experience recent Iv
I .41..IM... l. . . ..
. luninn puuui'iiy, out mere are so
many others who, no doubt, suffer an
i ma. l reel that t ought to tell the
I nau been a great sufforer from
imiigeaiion and :iad been under the
ooctors care for six months without
relief. At tho time I began taking
lamac l was on n very rigid diet audi
m times could not retain food of any
mu, even com wntcr would caus
enreme nausenn. I suffered from loss
"t appetite, s.veis oraniping pahi
after eating and extreme nervousness.
miuiy my condition got so bad I
Imply had to eive u
until I got relief. I was unable to go
-w ,wn , my 8h0ppll,g anrt
niontns, there seemed to be
w reiict ror me. Honestly, I don't
believe I would be alive now if j
hadn't gotten Tannine, for I -n ..if.
ferlnir tarriMv m,.i .J
7 ,oiiHis worse an
"Finally my' iter persuaded me to
try Tanlac, I Improved from the very
first and one bottlo did me more good
than the six months' treatment. Why,
I actually gained four pounds hi
weight while taking this one bottle i
I have now taken four bottles and I
i ju use s, ainerent person and
m eating just anythinir I want: in
faet. everything seems to agree with
me perfectly, t am now able to do
njr shopping without becoming fa
tigtiod In the least and am no lonr
neivous like I was.
'Tanlac is simply wonderful, and
I can not praise it too highly." - I
Tatiluc is sold in Salem by Tiler's
drug store, and by all leading d-ug-jgiHts
In every town. (Adv)
We Offer You
Our Entire Stock of Merchan
dise at a Reduction, From our
Regular Prices, of at Least
After twenty-eight ears of successful re
tailing in Salem we have decided to retire and
now offer YOU, (you, the people of Salem
andvicinity), THE CHANCE TO BUY US
: Merchandise of Barnes Cash Store qual
ity is worth more today than our regular re
tail prices, indeed, in many, many cases it is
worth more at wholesale.
unknown or unnamed having of claim
ing any interest in the estate of Dan
Tracy, deceased, and all whom it may
concern, defendants. Citation No.
3592. ' -: .
To all persons unknown or unnam- i
ed having or claiming any interest in
the estate of Dan Tracy, decensed.
and to all whom tt may concern, de-
In the name of the state of Ore
gon: Tou and eahNf you are here
by notified that Daniel Tracy, James
Tracy, Thomas Tracy, Mary Burke,
Michael .' Tracy, Bridget Moran,
Kathleen Tracy, Jean Baker, Tracy
Peterson, formerly Jean Baker Tracy,
alias Jean Tracy, alias Jean Peterson,
and Jean Fcterson, executrix of the
last will ar.d testament of James Dan
iel Tracy, deceased, did, on the 20th
day of January, 1920,. file in the
above entitled cause and court a pe
tition and complaint to ascertain and
declare the .heirship,' ownership and
interest of all persons in and to the
property of Dan Tracy, deceased, in
which s-aid iietttion and complaint
you and each of you are named as de
fendants; and - -
You are further notified that the
above entitled court did, on the 20th
day of January, 1920, make an order
setting the said petition and com
plaint down for hearing on the 31st
diiy of May, 1920,'. at the hour of 10
l o'clock in the forenoon, and directing
i the Issuance and service of citation
;in said matter, and you are hereby
j commanded to appear bffore the
honorable county court of the state
; of Oregon in and for the county of
Marion, at the court house in the city
jof Salem, on the "said -31st day of
lilay, 1920, at the hour of 10 o'clock
(in the forenoon, to show cause, if
I any exist, why tho facts should Jiot
jbe found and the rights of heirship
jand distribution of'said estate de
creed, as set forth and prayed for in
i the petition of the petitioners and
plaintiffs now on file herein; and you
are further commanded to appear be
fore the honorable county court of
the state of Oregon 1m and for the
county of Marlon, at the time and
place above specified, and file ans
wers setting up your respective claims
of heirship, ownership, or-interest in
said estate. t '
Witness my hand and seal of said
court affixed, this tho 20th day of
January, 1920. v ' -
(8RAI,) JT, O: HOYER,
Clerk of the county court, Marion
county, Oregon, ..
FORD TRICK WITH TWO TON
ATTACHMENT. RUNS LIKE A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
MOTOR & TIRE CO.
Ill Court Street Phone 63 S
Also Junk of All Kinds
Best Prices Guaranteed
Capital Junk Co.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa St. Phone 898
IIAVE EXPERT rLATE MAN
With 35 year experience, with
me in my dental office
R. D. X. BEECHLF.R
302 V. S. Bank BIdg.
CLASS AD IT AND S2LL IT
Get our prices on first class
- Cedar Posts
Direct from the timber to you
DAVIS AND STEPHENS
Salem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas.
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
198 S. 12th St, Salem, Or.
JOURNAL WANT At)S ERINQ EM
HOME OF THE VICTI101A
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
254 North Commercial
For Colds, Grip or Infloena
and as a Preventative, taie law
TIVB BBOMO QDINISB Tablet
Look for B. V. GKOVBS Hgnara
on the box. 30c. A4t)
Ig baked in automatically regulated electric ovens. That s
. - where it gets its name.
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
457 State Street.
you going to pass up this oppor-
There is keen disappointment because
every day some lines are being entirely clos
ed out. Don't wait.
The prices on badly broken lines have
been reduced 20 per cent and in some in
stances as much as 50 per cent. Can you
realize what this means in the face of a con
stantly rising market?
r J';,-1 - '
This' sale may continue for several
weeks or it may come to a very abrupt close,
without notice, if entire stock should be sold ,
to some other merchant. IT IS STILL
YOUR CHANCE TO BUY US OUT.' -
L. M. HUM
Care of, .
whinese Medicine ail Tea Co.
Has medicine which will curs '
any known disease.
-Open Sundays 'from 10 . m. :
1 - until p. m.
. 163 Sooth High Street
Salom. Oregon. Phons its
FOR LONG DISTANCE '
"" AUTO TRUCKING
WE -ALSO DO LOCAL
NOT FOR US! So we are moving to cheaper renl-tt'$
r ents come out of the consumer. So our moving to 337
Court street is your gain.
If you are with us for good service, fair dealing
against exorbitant pricesSee the Electrical Machinery
and Engineering Co., at their new home, 337 Court street;
opposite Hamilton's. New prices in alt classes , of Electric
WorkElectric Goods and expert. service.
Electrical Machinery &
: Engineering Co.
337 COURT STREET