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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Lgtggfjjgws Covering Central iviifsmeffe Uaiiey by Capital Journal Special Correspond'
If f Al - i Turner Vrlslr hall ia Turner. leould only be procured in the county cn:A,I hv th -,m -. now nu-n .he democrat, urohildtionist or socialist, for Oregon, even if it will mean a the good roads LrmZTT iV
Voters of County
Will Find These
Polls on May 21!
- .!T"'r Po:mW- - w- uU ovei .where the lady lives. Upon attempt-: building. There are no other hall rooms This is an occasion that should call little additional tax. I am glad to note f
u tor J oint store. Ine to cet the lien in n-,iij h' :i. . i .- . ... ,
C" Carage In .earned that consent of a minors paT j Un, u ith" the. tZJZTZ luZu 3 AX AD
naooinijt. :ents was necessary therefr.ro ho ha 1 ' ... . . . . ui x k v 1 OJ
... , . " "--iiii oe w.moui Jt noine lor a lew
Uooward Camp 8, settion 9, T. 8 to send to Eusrene for the girl s fath- I months.
S., R.2 E. j er. The marriage was consummated j T . . ' . . ,
liist Woodhurn riasemont r xt r this mnrnm, s -i,w-fr ... .v.. k LouUi J- Osborne Jr . arrived at the
;of R. L. Colfeldt. Rev. D. A. MacKen-! . . s
churc'h in Wtwi.lhnrn
West Wnn.ihnrn r-i(,. t--n..j'io 'ffiM.tin. Tk. ' I . I the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Of
Voter, residing outside f ,inm burn. i veteran of th. war hrh,r h- in i borne of Albany. . Mrs. Osborne has
will find the polling places in their! service four years with the Canadian i been ?isitine at the home of her par-
own precincts as follows: (Hours ant
rules pertaining to ballot will be found
elsewhen in this issue.)
For primary election. May 21.
Aumsvtlle Heln'a hnii i,. a ........ ii...
Aurora I. o. O. Y. hall In Aurora, j oer t0 Publish summons. Order
ereiien bush School house, distort, ""'"ions.
111. Probate Court
Brooks Ramp's hall In Brooks. ln r': guardianship of Violet and
Buttevllle Hop Growers Insurance ; "T' mUav't 01 Pn no
tice In Buttevllle. I,lce for 83,6 of Property.
In re: GuardianshlD John Frank
lin Cooper. Oath of guardian filed.
office In Buttevllle.
Chemawu Woodman hall, m;ie
wast of Chemawa.
Croisan Croston school house
Donald Hoskius & Itesart hall In
Klkhorn School house, Dist. IK
Englewood Mrs. Dexter Field's
house on Asylum road.
Kairfleld School house In Diat. 21.
Falnrrounds Fire station on etite
Kast Genals City hall, Gervals.
West Oervals John Mills house In
Horeb Winkley's hall in Gates.
Central Howell Howell Prairie as
North Howell North Howell granre
Kast Hubbard City hall in Hubbard.
West Hubbard Room, south of!
Hubbard Drug Co.
Jefferson Masonic hall, Jefferson
Liberty Liberty hall.
Llvesley Query's hall.
Macleay Macleay Grange hall.
Marlon W. O. W. hall in Marlon.
McKec Belle Passi school house.
Mehama I. O. O. F. hall ln Meha-ma.
Mil! City Hammond Lumber Co.'s
opera house in Mill City.
Monitor Milter's hail In Monitor.
East Mr. Angel City hall ln Mt. An
Kel. West Mt. Angel N. B. Travis house
In Mt. Angel.
Pringla Davidson's house on Prln
Qulnaby Clear Lake school house.
Riverview Rivervlew school house.
Kosedate Hope chapel.
Kast Balem Rickey school house.
,. Ralem Heights Salem Heights hall.
Bt. Paul City hall in St. Paul.
Bcollard Lumber yard office at
West Wood burn.
Bcotrs Mills I. o. O. F. building,
Shaw Schapfs hall in Shaw.
Sidney (Irango hall.
Silver Fnlls R. O. Neal vacant
North SlIverton-LIberal university
' South Sllverton Evocgreen
DsilT I 1 'trmy- IIe was ln raany of the fiercest
I OIK KOUTlty LtOlirt battles and was wounded many times
t'lrruit Court also waa K888 twice. He wears a
In re: J. L. Hanna vs Mrs. James ! , f ; " ' watch charm which Pierc
M. Holman et al. Motion for an or-l'd h'8 !ung and 88 tne re9uH wa"
der to nublish summon, nrrir , I supposed to be fatally wounded.
" . tn.n..v i . ... . . .
luiuuHu ii u ne remainea noperui
and cheerful and is today enjoying
honor of which he can feel proud.
I. F. T oakum. Judge Kirkpatrlck
and R. E. Williams were In Eola to
day looking over Mr. Williams hop
yard. The yard is one of the best in
Dr. B. H. McCallon, Polk county
health officer, was called to Ballsto.i
to attend a daneerous cam of small
pox. David Bowman is the victim and
is in serious condition.
Truman A. Cross, age 24 of Oregon-
City, to Winifred M. Thrasher
age 22, of Falls City.
Robert T. Sims of Dallas, clerk, age
legal, to Hannah Letha Sweet of Dal
las, age 17.
War Veteran And
Dallas ' Girl Wed
After Third Try
Dallas. May 2. Robert T Him
clerk in the Gail hotel, procures his
license yesterday to marrv Hannah
L. Sweet. Some time last week Mr.
81ms attempted to procure a license
in Salem, but learner that ll..
Of Silverton To
Back Millage Bill
Bliverton. Ala V so When asked If
ne expected to support the education
al measures on the ballot at the elec
tlon Friday, J. L, Robinson, manager
of the H. L. Stiff Furniture Co. in this
city, said, "I certainly do. I have no
onuaren to educate, but I have a heitrt
felt interest in my neiehbors' children
7 D realising, as I do, that the edu
rr linOlll t 00m SjCationa' systems of Oregon need
i wuer tu Kttu aureasi wan
Gilttoplnn a"W t n.r OA Tk - l. -A tH A Vanaral AL,rr. . . 1U. a
uniwii, vi.. .tin; 6V. -4LIIB BUle VI o"-' uociUfJiucilLa UI lilt? Wf3.,
the opera hous buildingr a few dayi 1 am oing to do my bit to provide
Q an hal oraatfiH A-e yllr, V. alitWIliatA AfhriAia nr. A AnlIAr,Aa T, j
Bv v.. vu.i a, giai umiui uailtD III siv wuicgre. xiua is
Bessie uic tuufiro auu uuicr'UrBdniZIl " stwvm nuvuiu uitricob a I
t inns nrhn kavA Wn n.i..nl.lH. -I CiaSea. EvftPV msmhus if a,.A.v nr.
in the building. There are -three hallaty has a duty to perform at the polls
ents, Mr. and Mrs-.;T. A. Hutton for a
lew months. j
Miss Vivian Browne, who has been
attending business college in Salem,
has returned home for the summer
A. L. Coltrin is moving his family
to North Bend, where he has been en
gaged as -foreman of the lath mill.
IF WEAK, THIN
Try The Bltro-Pliosphate Health Sys-
icm suo Guarantee
New Tork. If you are feellns- nm
down, weak, nervous, tired ln the
morning, and generally aillne. these
are me (.ymptoms that should warn
you to take care of your health.
, Four persons ln every ten are need
ing more phosphorus ln their bodies.
When you see thin and fretful peo
ple; or those who are anaemic, nnie
frail, oft despondent or lacking In
energy, you may loo kfor the need of
certain elements that make for a
Some people, after relying upon
preparations composed chleflv of salty
quinine, drastic drugs. Iron, calomel.
cod liver oil, etc., wonder why they
find no benefit. That Is easily ex-
piainea ny the fact that such ner.
sons need the phosphoric element,
which Is a most potent essential to
health, and contained In BITRO
PHOSPHATE, the famous health
Drernirntinn. Nnw nhtninnhi. ,.....
. The right thing for you to do is
i.ouncii chambers in made a trial of BITRO-PHOSPHATE
W.H.11vrnnr, ...... ........ """V."" " "' " nl a P'"ent
' , '-" ouiKimg in medicine; the formula Is prescribed
on the upper floor and the Modern
Woodmen. Roval Neighbors T.oval T.e.
gion and milltiary company have been
occupying the rooms. Notice has been
ariven all to vacate for the reason that
the second floor of the building will be
converted into living rooms to be oc
Stayton Nolbert's hall In Stayton
East Stayton Masonic hall In Stay.
by many physicians for the ailments
nnd weaknesses mentioned above. .
With every box of .BITRO-PIIOH-PHATE,
nre a few slmnle health
w.. , . . I'nam. are a lew simple health
West Stayton. Comiliero af cluh hall rulea onl o t'lnn t,.... -
In West Stayton. 0f BITRO-PHOSPHATH. It is sold
Sublimity C. O. F. hall In Subllm- and recommended by all gpod drug
ty' gists everywhere. (adv)
Buttermilk for Wrinkles
and Enlarged Pores
i ma unoa iAMkiiig iouiig woninn
Vses M1 Time Recipe of Butter
milk Crenm In a Now Way A
tentle Massnge with Gingrrs
Before Retiring All Tliut is
The old time
applicatlo n of
Cream to whiten
and preserve the
skin and remove
harsh little wrin
kles and ugly
sallow n e s s Is
grand mot tier's
recipe and wo
the country are aealn using- It to en
sure a beautiful complexion and snow
white arms and hands.
Buttermilk, however, Is not always
obtainable, but a specialist has at last
perfected a method of concentrating
buttermilk and combining It with a
perfect crenm, which you can buy In
small ciunntlties readv to use at anv
first class drug store by simply ask
ing tor "Howard's" Buttermilk Cream
There Is1 no secret about It nor is
there any doubt about the result It's
Just common ordinary buttermilk lp
the form of a wonderful cream, gent
lv mnssaaed with the fin cor tins
around the corners of the eyes and
mouth. Howard Bros. Chemical Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. (adv)
tomorrow, whether he be republican,
THERE ARE ONLY 1 50
Of Silks, Satins and Crepe
Fashion has decreed the sports skirt a necessity
of the summer wardrobe. And surely it ia a "de
lightful necessity when one finds such lovely
Your 8k;rt may be a cleamv white or a nastpl
Bhade of delicate tint. When worn with the sheer blouses of the present mode, a
silk sports skirt becomes a thing of beauty,
We regret that we were able to secure only a hundred and fifty of these skirts,
for they were such a fortunate buy that we are able to price them most attractively.
We will doubtless have many more calls for these skirts than we can accommodate,
but, of course, it is the early shopper that will reap the advantage of this sale.
m Ll :ii
models as we are now showing.
And Priced at Only
The workmanship, quality and styles of these skirts w
guarantee to be of the best.
1. ittpitg (0.
pur "Pay At You Go" pUn has met with the heartiest approval
from our patrons-they know that it will mean a definite snv.
int-totheml . ....uulisnUlSJ
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
against this trouble by taking
High Class Furniture
AH Like New
FRIDAY May 2tsty 1:30 p. m. TOMORROW
1660 Wilbur Street. Go out South 14th street to last house,
Corner 16th and Wilbur.
The world's standard rsmsdy for kidnsy.
i omaan tna d troubles.
Holland's national , rsmtdy sine 1696.
All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed,
W Ik. my.. Cold Med.l OTry boa;
1 Opal range polished top.
1 oak buffet
1 oak Dining Table
6 oak chairs
Ladies oak desk
Large oak Library table
New Home Sewing machine.
Fire screen set.
Oak rocker, leather seat.
2 9x12 Axminster rugs
1 Brussels carpet
1 Vernice Martin bed
Mrs. David Hutcheson.
1 white bed '
2 pair springs
1 silk floss mattress
1 cotton felt mattress
1 9x12 rag rug.
1 Victrola and records.
1 Ivory dresser
1 oak rocker
1 heater and pipe
3 small rugs
9 pair curtains..
Chest and tools, wheelbarrow.
Dishes, canned fruit, jars and other items
TRY US FOR A SUCCESSFUL SALE
Dispatches Tell of Lower Prices, But Here are Found Greater
Atyouryery door, by a firm whose reputation is statewide and who enjoys Jhe.,
Confidence of the Entire Community, Prices on Dependable High Grade Shoes for
Men, Women and Children are now being sold '
From OneFourth to OneThird Less
Ladies? $5 and $6 Shoes
Black kid and patent leather shoes, button
high or low heels, all sizes
Ladies9 $6 and $7 Shoes
Black kid and cloth top shoes, button or
lace, high or low heels, all sizes at x
Brown calf shoes, blucher lace,
sizes 8 12 to 12 and misses' sizes
I212 to 2. Regular $5 and $6
$2.95 and $3.95
Hanan $12 and $15 Shoes
Black kid button or lace, Hanan make in
small sizes only. If your size is in the lot
Ladies' $10 Shoes
Ladies' brown calf vamp, cloth top, Cuban
or Louis heels, all sizes "
Ladies' $11 Shoes'
Black all kid &cfi shoes, Cuban or Louis
heels, our regular $10 leader
Ladies9 $12 and $13 Shoes
Gun metal, brown calf or black kid shoes
- low or high heels, lace
Ladies' $10 and $12 Pumps
Very latest black kid pump with or with
out buckles, military or Louis heels
Ladies' $12 Oxfords
White kid oxfords, long pencil toe, Louis
heels just received for summer wear.
Youth's and Boys'
Black calf blucher lace, sizes 11
tto 2 and boys' sizes 212 to 6,
$3.65 and $3.95
At a snap to close the line, reg
ular $10 and $12 loggers
Our Repair Shop
Is equipped with latest machin
ery for prompt work.
At Half Price on Wednesdays
Men's Dress Shoes
One broken, lot men's black calf blucher
:. lace shoes,: regular $9 and $10 shoes,
special half price
Men's $10 Shoes '
Elack or brown calf shoes, blucher lace,
high or medium toes, all sizes
Men's $11 and $12 Shoes
Black or brown blucher or bal lace, Eng
lish, wide or high toes, all lasts
Men's black or brown blucher or bal lace, -.
English or round toe, all lasts
Men's $13 Shoes
Men's $14 and $15 Shoes
Latest style brown or black blucher or bal
lace, English or staple last, all sizes
Brown elk bals, the best dry weather shoe
made, cost $3.50 at factory at present
'Men's Elk Bals
i, the best dr;
Men's Brogue Oxfords
Latest novelty brown broques, English.,
last, bal lace, regular $13
Men's $15 Oxfords
Men's Florsheim made brown calf Oxfords
English last, all sizes,
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