Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, May 21, 1920, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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iitiQt wmmimuv vmi&j, w apiiai jQiitnas opeciai Lorresoon
i- week at T. J. Edwards'. The two v,.,.n,- trr i i : , ....
Veteran Of Civil
War Is Buried
At Monmouth
.a Schull, Anna and Tiiiie Paulsen.
Davfda Sli-yker, Anita Bevens, Myrtle
U'asfman, Mabel millions Vrtna
Monmouth, Or, May 21. Funeral ColHnt Critte"de" ana Cecil
-ervice. for the late Warren Neal wore j Memorial Sunday will be observed
Held at the familv hn.... ... .:...i.M., ha .i j . .
, , . ...v ... who uuyruj v a..xM umimuuii UI graves will
Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Neal dier be on the next dav. xrnn,1a
who will donate flowers and the use of
their cars are asked to notify Mrs.
George K. Bonney.
. The I'nited Artisans are holding
social meeting this evening In Oda re!
lows' hall. Members and thuii. timi.
lies are invited.
.e..-r. Carol Cue, Zoc and Eva Benja- week at T. J. Edwards . The two young
UV JJO"am "aM ! men are traveling through the cou--v
c-;istif, I.ily Ol.-ion. Alice Sintrlwtv. . - - co. .
Vesta Sehull. Anna and Tiliie Paulsen. ! a orl- The' hav visited Wash-
i inmton, New York and other points ot
I interest in the east and are recentiv
trom southern California, where thev
Polk County Court
In re estate of John P. Smith ttA-
ceased. Petition for order t, n ,,...
sonai property. Order to sell Dersonal
ruosuay morning after a brief illness
Ke was buried in the K. P. cemetery
outh of town.
The death of Mr. Neal removes an
other of the thin line of surviving vet
erans of the Civil war. He was norn
in Unlontown, Pennsylvania, April 2,
1846. When but twelve years of age.
through the death of his father he was !
thrown OJ1 his own 1 1 r.'c.e ant f
learned the blacksmith s trade. As
eoon as ha reached a sufficient height
to pass the physical requirements he
enlisted In the 18th
lry In company A and was with the'"' J !?"
Hrmw nf thn t..t. . ... . . iPloperty
j v ...v- luiuiiwi; uiuii ne was ais-i . . "
Charged July 10, 1865 " I re pf"at of P. F. Clark, deceased.
Like many other young men the 1 8UpuIa"on between Elvira Clark, wid
mineg of the west attracted !.in .mxl?" ??cendent and heirs of estate
he set out to seek his fortunes arrlv-1 . r W Wl" release a rights for
tag In time to take part ln Indian trou-l; . ' ?eu"on w settlement of e-
les which prevailed In New Mexico . ' 0 r allowlnK settlement.
and Arizona in the early seventies. He re.'
was a blacksmith in one nt th ..r,"(IL
i.u ' estate.
in re estate of Leona R. Lady, de
ceased. Will and proof of will filed
oraer admitting will to probate; order
appointing Paul Fundman, executor!
In re estate of Jonah Lowe, de
ceased. Final acoount filed-
ting time for hearing of final account
mi uune sa, iszu, at 10 a. m.
County Court.
Arthur Haynes and Loren Klmm
ui Mansion were nresented hcfni-a ii,
com i today for larceny und were pa
roled, but are to be kept under close
aurvenance or the court for an Indefl
mis period.
Circuit Court.
Jiiizabetft L,. Allison vs. James M
IUHOn, Complaint for rilvnrno. ,.fff
aavit of Elizabeth L. Allison filed; pe
"wu iur iiuuucation of summons; or-
uer ror publication of summons.
I spent the winter. Scenery in Oregon
; looks more attractive to them than the
'southwest coast country and they also
think better of our agricultural prospects.
Pomona Grange meets with the lo
cal lodge next Saturday. The after
noon program will be open to all ana
there will be numbers hv h. irf,-
quartet of the normal and by the mim
ing school girls. Two papers br Po
mona Grange members will also be
Woman's Club At
I Woodburn Closes
j . Year With Picnic
j Woodburn, Or.JUy 21. The Wo
: mans ciub will hold its closing meet
ing for the year at the home of Mrs.
Butterfield on May 2Uh. This meeting
is to be in the nature of a picnic and
each member is requested to bring a
well-filled basket. The rural club and
Aurora Woman's club will be guests
at tnig meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Eyers have re
turned to Woodburn and Mr. Bvers !
will take a position in Portland which j
awaits him. J
Miss Fiances Weaver of Hubbard j
is vlstiing her cousin. Miss Lois Beebe. J
Colonel and Mrs. J. M. Poorman re- ,
turned .Monday night from Rockaway. j
A. B. Haveriy has returned k-wk j
Quiney. where he concluded, Friday, a !
successful term of school. He will
teach at Union next term.
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Where is Relief From
Blazing Skin Disea ?
Eventually he located at Wichita,
Kansas, as a blackemith but tried sis
hands at raising sheep for a time.
July 8, 1881, he was married to Elva
Pickering at Arkansas City, Kansas,
and they soon moved to Salem, Oregon.
Three years later they returned to
Arkansas City.
In 1894 because of the poor health
ot Mrs. Neal they returned to Oregon,
locating In McMlnnville where Mr.
Neal worked as a blacksmith. Because
f poor health he quit active work at
his trade and in 190S they came to)
Monmouth where they have since re
amed. I
He was among the Oregon veterans
who attended the Gettysburg reunion
In 1913. Of four children born to the
Neals, two survive with the widow.
They are William H. Neni t n,,.
Washington, and Mrs. Mabel Grover 6t
In re estate of Maud T. Sanderson.
Confirmation of sale of real
Hawaii Gas. High.
Honolulu, T. H. Hawaii soon will
have 50-cent-a-gallon easnllno ..4
ing to the manager of the local braneh
ui me large oil companies just back
from the mainland.
.. Woodburn, Or., May 21. Mrs. Ed
ward 8. Johnson of Los Angeles is vis
King her mother, Mrs. K. V. Nlcklln,
nd sister, Mrs. H. L. Gill,
t The Merchants' association has had
the hitching rack on First street re
placed by one of a more substantial
tharacter. Max Pember did the work,
t James D. Wright and family have
moved to Portland.
Commencement enridHo ,.,m t,
iheld at the high school on Thursday
tvenlng, May 28th, at 8 o'clock. Dr.
Ilrumbnugh, of O. A. C, will deliver
ho address. The baccallaureate ser
mon will be preached by Rev. Mr.
Clark, of O. A. C, on Sunday evening,
May 23. In the high school gumnas-lum.
Thu manual training and home eco-
Sawmill Site
Is Secured For
Monmouth Mill
Monmouth, Or., May 21. Progress
Is reported In the sawmill proposition
ween, ine tract along the rail
road track betwen
stockyards has been selected. It has
mini trontage of 690 feet; 200 feet
belongs to the warehouse
this the city has been given the- use of.
..e remainder or the ground belongs
r. i-ornwell and he has agreed
to sell it at $550. The money Is being
raised this week and this land will be
deeded to the city. A meeting between
E. B. Hamilton and citizens of the city
Is to be arranged in the It'll f flltltfA Of
which definite details will ho umHrn1
There was no session nt tha .n..n
Tuesday night because of lack of
Muuiuni. (jounonman Hamnlnn
Every one can you
can, if you II only use
mm powder
its wonderful leav
ening 'strength and
aosoiute purity in
sure this. That's why
cooking experts, do
mestic science teach.
ers; big hotels, rail
roads and millions
of America's ripor
housewives always
use it
calumet contains only
Mm iiigreaienrs as have
oeen annmvMi f..;n.. w..
the U.S. Food Authorities.
You lave when too turrit
ioomewbenyoanteit i
mime aepariments it w ir a . . " """" a
holdlnu their nnm.-.i i .. . ".. , i 1 l,Ipoea ana Mr. Chesebro was ab
' " U,U.r annU!l1 exhibitions In sent from the cltv. Arrth ... respective rooms yesterduv anrl in,,,. .........:,." ""."T
, v. ciil WMB UlKUn LO 'I'llPUflnv llfh
,. '
A very approvlutive audience attend-
of next week.
The small
K Xc. M N"" l Turner 18 vlfll" with
ItiB tmvt i iV? CUlmlc- Those tak- her daughter, Mrs. T. J. Edwards.
indmisy Coutns'XfeLr ATL W,",ttM and W
xt sy Collins, Vlolotte Olson, Ruth bach of Akron. Ohio, were m7.t. iu.
Of These
Ml Hi ,
Silk Sports
Of Silks, Satins and Cre pe
de Chine
Fashion has decreed the sports skirt a necessity
of the summer wardrobe. And surely it is ale-
liirhtful nfii'fissitv wlifm Ana -fina tmA 1 1..
models as we are now showing. Your skirt may be a gleamy white or a pastel
shade 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'
And Priced at Only
ft Jt
The workmanship, quality and stvles
guarantee to be of the best.
of these skirts we
SS"S? wtlSlLStft" lUest PProval
Woman Thinks She
Can't Talk Enough
I had Call Stnne fnr Id vcar. an.l
suffered severely from gas, colic and
uiuigestion. Doctors wanted me to go
tO the hOSDital hilt T tnnlr Mnvr'
onaerrul Remedy instead, and am
now feeling fine and better than I ever
did. I can't talk ah,., it hiC
remedy." It is a simple, harmless
preparation that removes th ntnrrh.
al mucus from the int pstinnl trcift an.1
allays the inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and in
testinal ailments. Inclnriimr nnriAM.liAl.
tis. One dose will convince or money
remnaea. j. c. Perry, D. J. Fry and
umggisis everywhere. (adv)
Livestock Board Meets.
The state sanitary livestock board
will meet at Burns, Monday, the open
ing day of the Oregon horse and cattle
raisers annual convention. Dr. W. H.
Lytle, state veterinarian, will leave
Sunday to attend the meeting 01 the
board. j
Must I Endure Forever the
Torturous Itching? .
The akin is fed from tM blood,
and upon the condition of th
blood depend whether or not
your skin will b healthy and free
from, boils, pimpkj, scaly irrita
tions, red eruptions and other tUs
flgunng and unsightly disorder.
The aensible treatment that will
show, real refulta la remedy that
wlii olennao n.. it .
trouble. And f or thT, ' i
remedy ever niad. iff
the record w r" P5H(i
deantea the bW JrJ"
eenna. at tl,. .. H fen
up the ircf
OhJef Medical AdSMl
Laboratory, Atlanta, G,
rtYrYVYVYVYVY nvwtwvmiwuvtj "I
uJica diffbmit person sina
cleared away that
skin trouble
t j'i J !a suffered from eczema so lorn
I dn t bellevi. unkm. i.i i
come it, but the first time 1 used Resi
wi u stopped the.itchuiSr, and now mj is entirely clear."
Dda who have visd Kesmnt i,iM
know thatits Ktml j. Iieilinv ,
leruls sf !J,v;n tail to overroroc
kiSlrooWoi. AialluriH-tUtt.
20 Bars Laundry 3 Packages 25c
Soap Yeast Foam Dried Apples
S1.00 10c 15c Lb.
35c Can Calumet 25c Grade lOc
Baking Powder Peanut Butter Toilet Paper
26c Each WcLb. 7c Roll
Farmers Cash
S ' .. .
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WHAT about;shob
Have you been wearing your old shoes waiting for prices to
MMwrnr a u, wan no longer, tor you can now buy de
pendable footwear for less than present factory prices. 1 We
bought heavily before the recent advances, so, by sacrificing
u, wi ne wt seu you snoes at.
Away Below Factory Prices
Ladiesy$5 and $6 Shoes
Black kid -kr4 patent leather shoes, button
nign or low heels, all sizes
Ladies $6 and $7 Shoes
Black kid and cloth top shoes; button or
lace, high or low heels, all sizes at
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 lace shoes, Cuban or Louis
"cei, our regular $iu leader
Ladies' $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
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 .
Black 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 $13 Shoes '
Men's black or brown blucher or bal lace
English or round toe, all lasts '
Men's $14 and $15 Shoes
Latest style brown or black blucher or bal
lace, English or staple last, all sizes
Men's Elk Bals
Brovvn elk bals, the best dry weather shoe
made, cost $3.50 at factory at present
Men's Brogue Oxfords
Latest novelty brown broques, English
last, bal lace, regular $18
. $14.95
ar A tt
Hand t Shots
Fox piunpf
Dux Ban Oil
Foot Aclasis
3Z6 State5f:NcxttctKK!sM
Children's Shoes
Brown calf shoes, blucher lace,
sizes 8 to 12 and misses' sizes
121a to 2. Eegular $5 and $6
$2.95 and $3.9d
Youth's and Boys'
Black calf blucher lace, sizes 11
tto 2 and boys'" sizes 2V to 6,
regular $5.00
$3.65 and, $3.95
Dayton Loggers
At a snap to close the line, reg
ular $10 and $12 loggers
Men's $16 Oxfords
Men s Florsheim made brown calf Oxfords
English last, all sizes, ,
Our Repair Shop
Is equipped with latest machin
ery for prompt work.
Rubber Heels
At Half Price on Wednesday
mg to tnem! 1 " W1U mean de""e sav-
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