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THE CAPITAY JOURNAL
FACE I 1VE
jEFfJs Gradually Picking up an Education By Bud Fisher.
Copyright, UiO, by II. C. Fisher. Trade Maik Reg. U. S. OUico.
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Usini; .Mr. unit .Mrs. Oswald Wwt nr.il improvement Is observable
il!iiii:iiler, Miss Helen, of Portland,
v. li i -..ere spending the week-end with
t'.uvermn- nnd llrs. J ten V. Olt'ott;
Mi's. ii. V. Mi'Dnnalil, who is a puest
nt the home of Sir. and Mrs. T A
l.ivetle;, ; .VI r. and Mrs. Wintermute. '
work of the liearcats, ami with th.
resular team and with Irvine in the
box they would have had no trouble
Ill trouncing Red Hupcit'.". club. Al- ,
though Steele had plenty of smoke nnd d i
Mr. and Mrs. llinehey, Mr. and Mrs.'
Powers and .Mi.-s Ruder all of Port
land. Jehnnie Jones provided dinner nt
the clii: houvv f.ir niemhers of the
e'ub and their Suests. in his usuat e
control, the liearcats had no difficulty
fi'dioii him lor h:ltly swais and
i-uproveiiieitt in bsittini; is nil thit'
-i.vM o iBake Coacli Mathews' '
; a th'iiRerons Sippotient. They
. . ut Muit'inmuh elub here Satur-
.: there uiay be oilier pinics :
the week. . "
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This is the flint time the local play-
q i ers have been able to win from tile l?u
Ijl gene iiKgreRHtion, and much satisfac
2 1 tiuii in beiug expressed at their im
0 provement, which In due to the in-
professional. The Salem tenm wan San Knincisco
somewhat crippleu by the absence of Oakland
Oliimer and Thlelsen, star performers. ( Vernon
The playing uf Keene and Farrtir gait Lake
3 caused mum comineni, eacn iiuvoik j Portland
2 broken his former record by several j,og Angeles ..
astrokes. - I Sacramento ....
A large card was displayed near the Seattle
coast u: or
i Sun l-'ranclsco, May 3. following is
standing of clubs in the Pacific Coast
Baseball league after yesterday's
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In knaw iiImiiiI this
The Willamette liearcats lost to the
Oregon state penitentiary team Sntur-
club house with the words "longest
drive" outlined in bright pennjes blued
to the card the playing making the
longest drive, to receive the ' money.
The honors wont to Krcol Kay una
Walter MeCornsek ,und much merri
ment was caused by the discovery that
the very small son of one of the i)lay
prs had spent part of a busy afternoon
extracting the "pennies from the sign.
i However,-eus-h prlaos can not be taken day by a-soere -of 13 ttf 9 in ft loosely1
without placing the standing or an ,j played game Saturday. The Benrcats
amnteur player in Jeopardy, so the j were lacking two of the regular in-j
little, chap probably saved the tw field rage .nnd McKlttrlek the lat-j
plavers being claused as professionals. , ler being laid up with a wrench knee,)
Out of town -guests at the club were j Brewster pitched, for the collegian j
Mrs. Walter McCornack, Airs. Rorer and was hit . freely, as was Stoele ofj
and Mr "Martin of fiugene, whose j 0 S. P. : ,
husbands were plnylng In the Kugene Although they lost the game, great
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Tuesday Morn dawned bright and fair, . J
A balmy fragrance -filled the air; , f
The, natives sniffed and said, "By gum, jj I
I do believe that Spring has come." . ; t
That Tuesday morning will soon be here. Your blood j
will soon be throbbing under the "Magic Touch of Spring." J
But before it does come, you should by all means get
ready for it. NOW Is the time. And your first thougnt
should be your BICYCLE.
WHAT CONDITION IS IT IN?
Does it need. "looking over?" Will you need new tires?
Get it out today and brins: it t'o ua or just plione and we
Wilrcall for it. We will look it over, tighten up the spokes,
adjust the chain and make it "spick and span" so you can
. jump" into the saddle the first nice day.
It is our unceasing desiro to do your work as you want it
done and to give you the best bicycle for the money, if you
want a new one. We offer for your inspection a line of
bicycles carefully chosen and combining features that make
them "more than ordinary bicycles."
You will find here the DAYTON bicycle, recognized
everywhere for Style, Strength, Durability the ultimate
Come in today before the Spring "Rush" commences.
Millions of Tiny Germs
Cause Your Catarrh
Real Relief Comes , Only by
Cleansing the Blood of the
You muit realize thtl your blood
ia loaded down with catarrh
Eerma, and these germs munt b
removed from your blood before
you can expect real, rational relief
from the disease. And of course,
you fcnow that you cannot reah
these Semis in your blood with
arrays nnd douches.
S. S. iS. will cleanie your blood
of the cause of Catarrh, and give
real relief. It has been in con
stant use for more than fifty,
vean, and is sold by all druggists.
Buy a bottle of S. S. S. today and
lose no further, time in getting on
the right treatment.
Valuable advice regarding your
case wiH be furnished freo. Ad
drew Medical Adviser, 103 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
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The High Cost
of Street Car Riding
is nothing in the life of the bicyclist.
Nor is he or she forced to suffer the
inconvenience of the crowded, stuffy,
gernwladen street car. Why should
bicyclists worry about the increasing
price of fares when they have their own
private conveyance ready to take them
where they want to go at any time.
Once you're a bicyclist you will never
go back to the sport of strap hanging.
. .We have a bicycle for you it's a
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CO.VirS AND SSK THEM THIS WEEK
HARRY V. SCOTT
147 South Commercial Street
And ten other high grades of bicycles
are here,all equippednvith that good old
Vacuutir Cup Tire
Vote (or Bill Evans for City Recorder
A. H. MOORE
; r 421 Court Street
M to 8 th.
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Have jou ever thought what
a Bicycle can mean to you
In ridint? lor pleasure? It is one of the
most lifiiltlif'til forms of exercise. Ride a
Kicyele to work nnd save time arid money.
A Hirycle is the best present of nil. Women
litvl . y lm the most pleasant way to keep
heulthy, Imppy, mid strong.
Xoxv's the time
t,. ... your cl.mlcr nrw nto- k uf latest ra.lel. M lit to nth
i, Sttii.TOl Hii-y. I. Week. Huv now nnd t- full union iivj.
fill 1 tr c t
Inc., :$.r Warren St., Kf ew okk, u. a. .
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