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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1920)
j Successful Meet;
I ,.The civic section .
THE CAPITAY JOURNAL
mostly all new teachers'
at trie lurni h"m- of Mrs:;
li rents. Air. ami Mrs. J. A.
Jefferson, Or., May 0. Mrs. T. U.
i The civic sec" I Cornell l ft ,aat Thursday for h.r
A Z, Woi:in's clu' Rv al hum,, in (inints P.i-s nfier an extended
, Dan9 nf l. .. . ... ...
r .i tne eouiuu - - vi.-ri un m r in-uu-w, k. c. -uumii..
"."rr"; Jt.h! 8- A. IVase w:,. in Sale.., on l(Usi-
and the tl
lem M t re visitin- friends and relatives j
in town the first of the weeR. j
Mr. and Mrs. 1 A. Oat. s from Wells!
visitf.,1 t hA ... I . '
' . l. i
nuiiu, cuuuay. j
Prof. K. S. Stultt was in Salem Mon !
Miv. C. M. Smith and Mix II. II. '
Lnuney were Salmi visitors Wedncs '
cuesis incmuimt ,
women of this
& Tv. nlniinent
f"1 I!. Unhiinwii
fc- "IT " v,,nOrsdell secretary
& ,,,11.,!, are enthusl-
t j.Ii The
- asreed to;
. ...tarsement of
. . make the worn
" ' . j..i.,iv tiiiii'heon
r .-Lament of the cummer-.
t ihe work a derid- i
. j.l.iv luiicneoii
.. ft ' t .. . r.
P. Z the hostesses, .nr.--
H "'"" rvider. Mrs. H. II.,
Mr. and Mr Knv Knighton sient
Sunday with Mr. Knighton's i.umits
at Uunia Vista
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. l.ibby spent Sim
day vlf itinu old friends in Turner.
The Jefferson .Maccnheo baseball
team won the same with Lebanon Sun
clay, the score bein 1 0 to 2.
Mrs. (Sparge Cheese returned Mon
day from Portlond after-a week's vis
it with relatives. : .
L tin C. I CTiuer. .. Misses LyUia and Ruth Zysett were
f1" r.i.s. eliL Mrs. A. il. u...fc.. .iu i
Uand Mrs. J. i.. t"'"- , Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
. fr.on the silver of ,,,.,.. ,.!.,..
C. O. M"lHer from Salem was in town
si short time Monday.
Mrs. l.ydia Hoyf and Knink Ltllard
were 111 Corvallls till business Monday.
V. L. Jones Was in Salem on busi-
Thil I:111SH tl III". I . ...
ui "" , , nesft Monday, returning Tuesdav even
ly has t '"' '" B,MW",BB.
mi . . flu esia .viiimsan made
j. n.inio . ..... ... , . ,.ft,1(1 the first of the week.
retired I I'inhey made n business ti h t.
. ! Siili in Tuesday.
,Uiis " j jr. and Mrs. Levant Pease from Sa
... waliaed from
i the nuist
K. J .tin" for many
MUD Iljr. ..-r.
I. ..nroatl crews
r ...... ..i.-i,t
iJfl ensine " '
sueeessf lil .
were obliged j
his iwlf brother.
I. F Davis, f. A.,
ru ......iih.i. firniv ol
Thoush he was
fjtived list he was called Into I
durinif the war and!
Id with the air sei vtee oenau- j
He in now coiainaniuim u i
Military s'ho"l I'onnvaii
Uortsnn. .New tol'K.
ii HimM. who is sitard at
was 111 l 'anus n v
risitins iii n""i.v r,i'"n,,-s-
s Carrie Evans, daughter of
Evans, who lives easi oi i.anaa,
,Mted to a Portland position as
Miss Kvans has been a very
Ltul teacher, but money talks
I days and Portland talks th
st From all indications lianas
Of Levi Morton
j The..- is a certain amount of loeili
intere.-: centered in the death at Kl- j
; lerslie, Khhu berk-on-Hudson: New!
i York, of L. p. Morton. Sid viee pres- i
iident if the -t'nttetl States, in so far!
' its he was a seeond eonshi .if xir i I
Hoyt motored to p. nff, wifr, t ,lu. il.ae treasurer!'!
Mrs. Hofrs father was a first cousin
of thr famous finaneior who died la-;; !
week on the tf anniversary of hi'
tiirth. 51r. Jlolton was head of tin
house of L. P. Morton r Co. IK- he-j
gan his political career as governor!
of New Vork. was minister to France
during the administrations of Cir-
a trip to field and Arthur, and was viee pres
ident during the Harrison administration.
JOmXAL, WANT AOS PAY RUST.
ASAPHEN Is Safe
doj trKted the oincovcy of
PKS. Until ASAPHEW t?R
ml the oiilyTpartioJui avail
i to mi etern f tout cold or lienii
ir"lti!it Msons" to k tiikja
I lira tli cold 01' lis itbich
(itmil to ao mote harm V.mu the
Nntloi would uo. Mow A3A.
JI the SAFE, RFSEDY tollof til
CT Imoilljed liy physicians aad
Uitind by tot))ii; i3 to thon
jidaof jstieiits, ASAI'HiSJT has
(liulnly pioyeil f.at i vl)l KOX
tiMi tin lienit or tv!iss'; tl: atoai
k It cu bo tiieu un vvavsntlvo
ItoUt or heartaches wIijb '.!
lrfMcklii!f, irritatlugr conditions
I ftlt comluf on. Beddea e. ilfla
k liiJacbci, ASArKSIT ia vary
(tctitt la caaea of neuralgia, lum
l(i theiuBP.tint, neurliis, ep.iaohe,
w (tin, pain generally and over-
ttutFRTlH from moat any dras
k'Jtoomea lu liantty capsula form
tut u( nlenaunt to taka. Otinr
fsintioni gonad very lunch tha
aeta tha spelUug of A-S-A-
' mm- w
W Price 35c
UFE tid speedy relief
tULDS.HEADACHEand LA GRIPPE
Alio cced for earache, rheumatism,
lumbago, neuritis, joint pains,
pain luerally and over-fatigue.
THERE mav be other things on which your
peace of mind depends, but it's a safe bet that
one of the most important is your choice of
shoes. You actually live in the shoes you wear.
When shoes are built right you live in them'
in comfort. "Extra service every step, com
fort every minute" in Buchhrcht Shoes.
' Buckhecht Shoes for yottfor active rnen irt all tvitks
2f life are sold in a variety of styles and lrathcis from
8 to JJ12 by principal shoe dealers in the West.
For Sale in Salem by
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT
MANUFACTURERS Sinci tlu tarty fijiiet SAN FRANCISCO
m ( I'll
Your complexion tells a story
to the world
HOW teatli . :!), Kow eonndently, the girl with a
freh, soft, lovely skin meets the eyes of the world !
Nething to conceal ! For almast always a clear,
radiant complexion is r.n inJicattoa of a buoyant, well
pcistd rtiturCj healthful living, and fastidious habits.
Nothing S3 quickly creates an Lnpresiion of your
personality as your s';;n. Don't Le it U.I1 of neglect, or
unhygienic habits. Even if through the wrong kind of
treatment your co:r.plo::b.i 1;.J tat the smoothness and
freslmc;r, it should have if it has become pale and
sallow disfigured by blemihui or little blackheids you
can give it back the color ami clearness t!.-t make other
girls' complexions so attractive.
For your skin is constantly changing it change
every day jn sr.itc of you. Hach dr.y old skin dies and
new ;'in t.:kes its p!ac. This new skin, if given the
eye it" particular n;id dimands, will respond instantly
V.lachhcads are d confession
Perhaps you feel ?t d disadvantage in meeting people
because your skin is constantly marred by disfiguring
blackheads. . Blackheads 'are a confession that you are
using the wrong kind of cleansing for your type of skin.
To keep your skin free from this trouble, try using
r'ery right this special treatment :"
Apply hot cloths to the face until the skin Is reddened.
Then with a rough washcloth, work up a heavy lather at
Woodbury's Facial Soap and rub it into the pores thtM '
c uglily always with an upward and outward motion.
. IUnsc with clear hot water, then with cold the colder the
better. If possible, rub your face for thirty seconds with a
lump of ice. Dry carefully. To remove the blackheads
already formed, substitute a flesh brush for the washcloth
in the treatment given above. Then protect the finger
with a handkerchief and press out the blackheads.
The very first time you use this treatment, it will
leave your skin with a slightly drawn, tiit feeling.
This only means that your skin is responding to a more
thorough and stimulating kind of cleansing than it has
been accustomed to. After a few nights thu drawn
sensation will w'ssppcar and yeur ski.i will emerge from
its nightly treatment with such a soft, clenn, healthful .
feeling that you will never1 attain want tci urf aiy other
method of cleansing your face. Use the t-c.-.t'.iicnt r.-gtf
hrly, and in a few weeks y.i will be surprised to are
how your skin h-s improved how nuc'i c'arer, mom
attractive it has become
Special treatments fr rr.c diticir;- skin nceJ f.-r
blemishes coarse tc::".:.e conspicuous nose pores, rfc.
arc given in th. f.i.nour. booklet of t'T.-.tmenM that is
wrapped arou.il every cake efWotkfcurjr's Facial Soap.
Get a cte tj.!.-.y 'x-'a ycur tMstment tonight.
Woodbury's Facial So.t? ia on sale at any drug store
or toilet goo.ls counter in tf e United States or Canada.
A 25 cent cike laa;s for a mortth or six weeks o! any
treatment, cr for general clcAiising un:.
lVoutd yoii tike to hare a trial size cake?
Tot six cents will send you a trial fh'c cake
(enough tot !i week of cny M'lxxihury fa'l.',l trc.ww,t),
together with the Kwklet f treatments, "A Skin Yon
Love to Touch." Or for fifteen cents, we will scnl
you the treatment booklet and samples of Woodbury's
Facial Soap, Facial Powder, Facial Cream and Cold
Cream. Address The Andrew Jcrgetw Co., Spring
Grove Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio.
If yon lire in Canada, iiiUrrss The Andxcv Jergens Co.,
Limited, Shtrbrooke Street, I'crth, Ontario.
iou can krtpyaut skin
fret from blackhead's by
uUng, every mht, the
ipecial Woodbury treat
men! jcii im this f jj
Gleans as it Polishes" n
For all furnsfura and v
Gives a hard, dry and
WliPHt Movement Tliretilem-O. callfd hy Julius JI- iliiint-, heart of
WuKhington, May 19 Lack of trans- the I'nitcd States Grain coi porntbn, to
poriation jireVfiiteil the li.niirtatlon of (Uscush pliins for mi't'llnn tlw N'lii:itiiiii
11 litipe nrt of last year's wheat cru.) to result from termination of uavern
and threatens ilelay In movement .f .( cuntt'ol June 1.
the ei'op soon to be harvested, gral.-i
dealers from the southwest and north-. mY BKST
west declared today ut a confereneo JOLRNAL V, AM Al3 1 AY Bl.ST.
Vote for GOOD ROADS HAY 21
Vote 302 X Yes for 4 State Road Bond Limit
30c to $3 that, all dealers.
y "Ikhrz sis if Clasns" l-tc
.-.1 iDinfA II
jtq CHANNF1X Q1LM1CAL CO. Ann-,W. H
' j Ckii . Toronto Loadas Pans AH UCilet$ lJ
V- " -A
vf The lily ,
can be yours. Its '
wonderfully pure, v' W i,
soft, pearly wlilteap. Jl W
f frnm .11 1 I St-1
hlemlshes. will be com-
parable to the perfect rhjjtj
beauty of your skin and )Jsj. R
complexion If you will ussr-'
'i yi r
BUYS nd SELLS
riioite riooi i
2"U N. CiJiiiilii'reliil St.
Ralea conduetcd everywhere. Kunn ;
saleg 2 percent; city sales 5 pereent.
We gave you money on udvirlislni;
Col. W. F. Wright Auctioneer.!
$1.25 $1.50 $2 S2.50
Overalls, heavy blue denim, $2.75
Work Shoes $iM to Sll-50
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C. P. BISHOP, PItOP.
nosra or win vitrrnoi.A
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
SATt HDAV. Kf.MMV MfiHTH
Uuto KkiiU'H l ive l'rltliijr
I LllllleH Skilles till' 'I'lll'Kllliy HII'I
W. H. Hildebrandt
279 North Commercial utrcet
Alco Junk of All KJn
Best Trices Ouuranteed
'Capital Junk Co.
The Huuara Peal Houm
171 Chemeketn Ht. Phon. IH
X K.iii! of 1,II1M6 in l'-i'ixll In
' the thre bitnka of Eugene Ii:ih l,re;j
made dining the past ye;ir. Tin, tot.-il
, I iioxits re over five million.
L. M. HUM
Shine. Medlutn. and T.S) Go.
Hut medium, which will ur
any known dlMaM.
Open Sundays from 19 a. m.
until f p. m.
IS South Iligb Street
folem,' Oregon. I'hona 181