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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1920)
Gaiter old Papers
and Rags Saturday
next Saturday morning,
SinnlB!8 inch of Salem will be
mTZr old newspapers, maga
smtassfO or razs. in an
iS one-hundred thoua-rldfof-sie-materials
; , oave the way iur
W W ? . saipm'. youth, to a
Sc8tS' "header and - higher citiien
. your waste . into '.Man-
T k Tth s'san of the campaign,
a ,u Salem in -------
t touts will call m every home
fr" .h oitv. take away any
materials of this nature and
" ro a in the paper mills
fcity, and thus secure, under
rf . .. Halom Council.
jJrifST provide for the yearly pro
nf the organization. ..
The irive will be put on under the
onal supervision 01 me mr
wTwar Mothers, arid managed un
w ... jitimi of Harold Lb Cook,
ton. Executive. Boy Scouts will call
, .t.Mfter unti the entire terri
, is covered, and gather every bit
,1 waste available. .One hundred
thousand pounds is needed to put the
wal movement on its feet, and to
the necessity . 01 anotner
financial. campaign, and It is the esti
mate of local Scout Authorities that
there is more than this amount in the
.:. nri if Inval suDoort is given
those whho give leadership to Salem's
boys, by utilizing tne ever-reaay
response of the hoys, the movement
will be put on a firm basis.
'. "Saturday is the day. Waste- is
what Is wanted. Bring it all down
from the attic and up from the cel
lar, and Boy Scouts will appreciate
your assistance," Scout Executive
Cook urges. -
And J. Northcutt
' Are Married Today
Culminating a friendship of many
years that was renewed when Mrs.
Mattie Endicott came to this city sev
eral days ago from. her home in Peta
luma, Cal., Julius Northcutt, manager
of the,Phej company farms, and Mrs.
Endicott were quietly married here at
! o'clock this afternoon.
Mrs. Endicott came to Salem about
t year ago and visited friends. She met
Mr. Notrhcu" then .after years had
elapsed since their former meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Northcutt will make
their home in this city.. - . ;
with whom we are associated in the
war, I -do expect things to begin I
wnen we negm. u they do not, Amer
ican history will have i-ha
course; the American army and navyT
will have changed their character. I
There will have to come a new tra- I
dition into a -service which does not
do new and audacious and successful
Second Interior :
Set For Tonight
The second lecture on interior dec
orating to be given under the auspices
of the Salem Arts league will be In
the Salem public librarytonight at half
past seven o'clock, Mrs. Grace R. wjl
mot, of New York, to talk on that sub
ject. Mrs. Wilmot Is on a lecture tour
for the government .arid is described
as a brilliant. Interesting speaker. She
will illustrate her talk profusely with
colored slides. The public is cordially
Invited to attend. A business meet
' ing of the eague will precede the lec
ture. ' -
Fallowing it the members of the
Arts league 'will be sriven a. nrivntu
showing of the art exhibit .at the Hotek
aiurion. This- exhibit which is. made
up of pictures by artists of the north
west was hung today in the sample
room facing on Commercial street, two
doors south of the main entrance. .
THE CAPITAY JOURNAL
Wilson's War ,
Navy Is Told
(Continued from page one)
Beginning tomorrow tb riria,. ;n
be open to the public, without cost for
mree days, the hours of exhibition to
be from 3 to 5 o'clock each afternoon
and from Tto 9:30 o'clock each even
ing, n is an exhibit by artists who,
for the most part, are more than local
ly known and should be seen by'every
art lover in the citv.
H. L. Cash, for four years engaged
in educational work in th Phiii,,ir,
Islands, has returned to Eugene and 4s
visiting his brother, A. Burleigh Cash,
member of the faculty of the Eugene
high school. ,
((essional every time. He knows so
kittle of it that he is fool enough to
try the right thing. The men that
do not know the danger are the
rashest men. .
"Please leave out of your vocab
ulary altogether the word 'pru
dent.' Do the thing that is au
dacious to the utmost point of risk
md daring, because that is exactly
the thing that the other side does
"I think that there are willing ears
to hear this in the American navy
and the American army because that
is the kind of folks we are. We get
tired of the old ways and covet the
; "I am not discouraged for a mo
mt, particularly because we have
ot even begun and, without saying
nything in disparagement of those
HAIR OFTKX RUINED
BY CAREMtfiS WASHING
Soap should be used very carefully.
' you want to keep your hair look
in its best. Most soaps and prepar
es shampoos contain too much alkali.
This dries the scalp, makes the hair
Wle, and ruins it.
The best thing for steady use ' is
i cocoanut oil shampoo
wuch lg pure anA greageIesgi) and
Jitter than anything else you can
ih?if P two teasPnf "Is will cleanse
tair and scalp thoroughly. Slmp-
r.h ,ten the hair witn wate- nd
it in. It makes an abundance of
" "' creamy lather, which rinses out
removing every particle of dust,
J" aniruff and excessive oil. The
w ar ea qulckly an(J evenlVi and ,t
'he eca,P ""ft. and the hair
w na silky, bright, lustrous, fluf-
sy to manage.
' ,0u can eet miii.i .
tWP0 81 any Pharmacy, .it's Very
"id a few ounces will supply
114 North Cofflmtrclal
W. E Hildebrandt
j. Service Station "
' North Commercial treet
x . SALEM
If You Need a Medicine
You Should Hare die Best
Have you ever stopped to reason
why it is that so manv nroduo.ta that
are extensively advertised, all at once
arop ou-or sight and are soon forgot
ten? The reason is plain the article
did not fulfil the promises of the
manufacturer. This applies more par
ticularly to a medicine. A medicinal
preparation that has real curative
Value almost sells itself, as like an
endless chain system the remedy' is
recommended by those who have been
benefited, to those who are in need
or it. '
A prominent druggist savs. "Take
for example Dr. Kilmer's Swnmn.
Root, a preparation I have sold for
many years and never hesitate to
recommend, for in almost everv case
it Shows excellent rpanita nu manv
of my customers testify, No other
Kiciney remedy has so large a sale." '
According to sworn strntem
verified testimony of thousands who
nave used the preparation, the suc
cess of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
due to the fact, so manv neoDle hlalm.
that it fulfils almost every wish in
overcoming .kidney, -er and blad
der ailments, corrects urinary trou
bles and neutralizes the uric acid
which causes rheumatism.
You may receive a Hamnle brittle
of Swamp-Root by parcel post. Ad
dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y and enclose ten cents; also
mention the Salem Capital Journal.
Large and medium size bottles for
sale at all drug stores. (adv)
Hazel Green. Mav 11. Mrs .
Wampler. returned to mumth' n,n.
Henry Kaplineer" and family
Mill City visited at the home of E. A.
Dunigan Sunday week,
.The Christian endeavors held "their
monthly business meeting at Maurice
.uuiugttn. s r riday eve.
Oscar and Dick Tuve of Oregon
City spent last Sunday with their parents.
Mrs. Georare Parmento,.
Saturday from a ten days stay with
her brother, Milo Seaman.
Mrs. Atwater, Wilma and Charlie
Atwater, ,Mr. and Mrs. Norton and
son of Polk county, spent Sunday a
week ago with George Rhodes and
tamiiy. - ' : r . t
Mrs. E. A. Dunigan, Louise Davis
and George' Dunigan visited relatives
at Gooch ana Mill Cfty Sunday.
Wm. Kaplinger has gone tq Kla
math Falls for a season.
There will be a school meeting Sat
urday evening May 15 th. 8 o'elcok at
the Hazel Green school house. Import
ant business on hand.
. Mrs. Lena Fox and son Gale, and
Miss Opal Rhodes spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fox in Salem.
Mrs TT i rt i(r nf un1 , . -
- -- o uu.i..i .-fl 111. a ir
cent week end here with her husoand-
Validity Of Road
Bond Issue Tested
Thru Hatvley Suit
A test of the legality of the $1,700.
00 road bond issue recently voted by
lit, " DAYS
Tlw Untitled Beaatifier
Guaranteed to remove
tan, freckles, pimples.
livsr.inntn. etc. El
frame cases 20 days.
Rids pore ind tissues ot impurities.
Leaves the akiu clear, soft, healthy . At
Jeading toilet counters. If they haven it
' it, by mail, tno sises, 60c. and Jl.ZD.
NATIONAL TOIUTCO.. ftirf., Taixn.
Sold by Daniel J. Fry, wholesale
and retail: Neimeyer Drug Co., and
other toilet counters.
With Bitro-Phosphate on $300
New York. If you are feeling run
down, weak, nervous, tired in the
morning, and generally ailing, these
are the symptoms that should warn
you to take care of your health.
Four persons in every ten are need
ing more phosphorus in their bodies.
When you see thin and fretful peo
ple; or those who are anaemic, pale,
frail, oft despondent or lacking in en
ergy, you may look for the need of
certain elements that make for a
Some people, after relying upon
preparations composed chiefly of salts
quinine', drastic drugs, iron, calomel,
cod liver oil, etc., wonder why they
find nd benefit. That is easily explain
ed by the fact that such persona need
the phorphoric element, which is a
most potent essentiaj to health, and
contained in BITRO-PHOSPHATE,
the famous health preparation. Now
obtainable everywhere. -
The right thing for you to do is
make a trial of BITRO-PHOSPHATE
beginning at once. It is not a patent
medicine, the formula is prescribed
by many physicians for the ailments
and weaknesses "mentioned above.
With every box of BITRO-PHOSPHATE,
are a few - simple- health
rules and a $300 guarantee. Buy a
box of BITRO'-PHOSPHATE.It is sold
and recommended by all good drug
gists everywhere. A(dv)
contains the actual juices of
roots, barks, herbs and
berries. It makes rootbeer
as pure as it is
you it thtt
you turn fnutrf
Hire Houtehold Extract
THE CHARLES E. HIRES COMPANY
THURSDAY ' ' ,
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Clackamas county is said to be in-, and the other members of the Clack- signed in the petition for tr-e writ
voivea in a manaamuj proceeding in-'amas county Cuurt to compel the de- the refusal of the county court to
stituted i the supreme court here livery of a block of $100,000 of those liver the bond',
this 'aftamcon by W. P. Hawley of -bonds said to have been bid in b j
Oregon City against H. S. Anderson Hawley on April IT. No reason is as-i JOLRNAL WANT ADS PAT.
"Gcts-lt" Never Leaves a Corn on any
Foot for Very Long -
- The. hurting "pep" goes right out
of that corn the moment a few drops
of "Gets-It" lands thereon. It is thru
and -"for keeps." ,
7 A 77 Pttnsylvariicr'
I 1 i
Corns and "Gew-H" Can't Uv
You'll have no more pain but will
notice the . corn getting loose and
wobbly. In a day or so, you lift it
right off without any feeling. That's
the end of the corn and of your trou
bles. Millions have proved "Gets-It"
to be the one and only unfailing, com
mon sensb corn remover. Why not
"Gets-It" costs but a trifle at any
drug store and carries a mt.ney back
guarantee. Mfd by E. Lawrence &
Co., Chicago. Sold in Salem and rec
ommended as the world's lest corn
remedy by J. C. Perry, D. J. Fry,
Capital drug store, Wm. Neimeyer,
Frank S. Ward, Crystal drug store.
Vma View Chainwl J8".., TubM
Cup Cw Jr.d T"-d" E.tr
SU Cuinn CuiKM Cmimi Jub". ITT
rbric Ct4 M Qmi
30x3 18.45 3.00 3.75
30x3' 23.70 38.551 . 35.851 . 3.50 4.40
ll&i 27.90 42.95 1 39.95 11' 3.S0 4.75
31,4 37.30 - .20 6.50
32x4 37.95 54.45 49.05 5.25 6.55
33x4 40.05 56.00 50.45 5.50 6.90
34x4 40.85 57.40 51.65 5.65 7.05
32x4K 52:75 61.35 53.75 ' 6.80 8.50
33x4, 54.90 63.00 55.20 6.95 8.70
34x4H 55.35 64.65 58.20 7.00 8.75
35x4H 57.60 66.15 59.60 7.10 8.90
36x4M 58.20 67.8fl 61.00 7.30 9.15
33x5 67.40 76.60 68.95 8.05 10.05
55x5 70.95 80.35 72.35 , 8.50 10.65
37x5 74.60 84.05 75.70 8.85 11.05
go hand in hand in Vacuum Cup Tires
and "Ton Tested" Tubes just the re
verse of what dealers tell us is the im
pression entertained by many people.
This perfect harmonizing of highest
quality and economical prices results
from a perfected factory organization
operating in an ideally modern plant,
which uses every possible improve
ment and labor saving appliance. Ever
growing production is marketed under
a zone selling system which holds sell
ing expense to minimum. ,
Compare the prices of Vacuum Cup Tires
and "Ton Tested" Tubes with those
of ordinary makes. Pennsylvania
prices are standardized net, uniform
throughout the United States. Pay no
more for Pennsylvania products do
not expect them for less.
Adjustment basisper warranty tag at
tached to each casing:
. Vacuum Cup Fabric Tires, 6,000 Miles
, Vacuum Cup Cord Tires, 9,000 Miles
Channel Tread Cord Tires, 9,000 Miles
PENNSYLVANIA RUBBER COMPANY
' CHARLES Wi HAWLEY, Jr.
Concert F . r
Concert 8:45 to 9:15 P- m. : . " ' - "
i'"...a irZ wmil a iiiihim
'A DAY FOR, 'ALL THRlFTYi
HOUSEWIVES TO GA THER
'AT THIS GREAT STORE
PRICES ARE ADVANCING STEADILY EACH DAY, YET, WE 'ARE GIVING
THESE WONDERFUL SAVINGS TO COMBAT ALL PROFITEERS AND THE
HIGH COST OF LIVING. TAKE 'ADVANTAGE WITH US WEDNESDAY. -
COTTOLENE, special for- CO'
Wednesday, No. 2 at '. U4i C
No. 8 special - g2 5
No. 4 Special for "
ARMOUR'S VERY EEST BACON,
The last time this bacon can OQ
be sold for this price awOL
I'ICNIC HAMSYOUR LAST OP
PORTUNITY to get them OQ
them at this price ................ tJi
COOKING OIL EEST ) -j r
cooking oil, gal ................ p40 ID
Special for rtj j p
Wednesday, No. A .
NO. 10 SPECIAL eo OK
Bacon, special .......
Two Big Days-
Lard VERY BEST
pure lard, 4 lbs
afL $1.00 I FMDAY-SATURDAY
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