Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, May 21, 1920, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    PAGE EIGHT.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
Silverton Loses
Game to Salem Hi
In Play Thursday
At Silverton. Thursday, the ffSt
1 !'. i c jrp'ji"!ion, filed a luiliie
J wi;ht?r.i'.va.; from Oregon.
The tinnier Saw corporation u.
I Hen J. ciiiituUzed at I10.0U0 filed artl
j cles. of iKcirporation with the state
corporation department here Wednea
day. The incorixiratuis are Itlauie
Caner. C. Have, C. J. I hi Kan.
unver t. t arison anil C. A. Nickell.
A certificate showing Increase In
' ' - obvuiiif, inuieumr in
lt-m high school team plunged intii : capitalization from $50,000 to J100.000 :
wag filed by the Champion Munfactur-
in? company of Portland
the limbo of forgotten thiiiKM. Sil
verton' claimi for county and sta(f
championship. In a game hinting twj
hours and ten minutes and made
doubly difficult by a wet and slippery
field. Coach Schott's players shcuihI
the 16-8 score after hard play.
. The Silverton nine put up a plucky
scrap, but their battery was hoodooed
by the wet infield anil roln soakod
balls. The work of the locals was con- j
sisieni with their reputation for de
feating fast crews. Nearly a hundred
Salem fans journeyed to Silverton !!.
the game.
Salem stands well in the hih school
series this year and is expected to
iiiunc Buuu allowing in me wina u;i. ; i;iMtTi:mwiPii was expressed
The team has a good slugging corps, j or tne hospitality of Oregon and the
liriiis ,,a. 1 niS IS neip?U lla -eiicry,
by Luke Gill's work at a 43B mte
and biA. Gill, L. Jones and l'uivine
who are well in the 300 class. .
The game Is briefed as follows:
R. II. K. !
Salem 16 18 A
ftuverton 8 6 3
liatteries for Salem: Ringle and V..
OllL Silverton: Olson, Bennett and
Hurwood.
Salem's schedule for the week May
21, 29 Is: Silverton (at Salem) Tues
day; Eugene (at Salem) Saturday
and a game at Jefferson with that
high school, Friday.
Ad Club Caravan
Stops At Medford
Medford. Or., May 20. The Ad Club
auto caravan arrived here this morn
ing rrom Grants Pass at a. m. and
was met by a delegation of Medford
ousmess men and escorted to th vari
ous hotels whre breakfast was served.
After a brief sight seeing trip'around
the city the caravan left at 10 a. m.
tor Asniand. The weather has been
Weal, the roads better than expected,
and much appreciation was expressed
Clothiers liOU'Ofi Prima
Sioui City. Ia., May 1. Sioux City!
l,""""S ana uepartment stores are ad-1
verusing price reductions of from 20
io oo per cent In some lines.
Major League Scores
Nutlomil
R.
1
1
Ju-
Npw York 2
L'liioiiKo 4 6
Nehf and Smith; Alexander
Klllefer.
"hllndelphla 4 7
St. Louis 6 (
tlallls. ttetta and Tragresser;
cobs, Hherrtell and IXIUoefer.
Brooklyn 0 6 C
Cincinnati ". 7 15 0
Smith, Murqu.ml and Krueger;
Kuellier and Hiirlden.
Boston 1
I'lltstiurg ... B 9 1
Killlngim and O'Neill; Adams and
Schmidt.
American
Cleveland 10 14 1
I'hlladi'lpliia 4 10 3
Bngby and O'Neill; Kinney and
Perkins.
St. Louis 3 . 5
New York .' 8 11 1
flothoron and Billings; Qulnn and
Hannah.
Chicago 13 17 1
Washington ... 5 ig 9
l''aer and Schalk; Fortney, Krlek
son, Johnson and Oarrlty. (16 innlngN)
Detroit , 0 6 1
Boaton 6 u ' 0
Leonard, (llasier and Woodall; I'en
nock and Walters.
T V. ot W. Taken finmo
Kugene, Or., May 21. -University
of Washington won the baseball game
from University of Oregon here Thurs
day afternoon by the score of six to
two. Cnpliiln, Chamberlain, who oc
cupied the mound for the visitors,
pitched gilt edged ball, striking out
Hi Oi'PKonlnn batters.
To Relieve Catarrh
Catarrhal Deafness
And Head Noises
Persons suffering from catarrhal
deafness, or who are growing hard of
ring ana nave hnn m.i. ...m ....
I glad to know that this distressing nf-
n usually be, successful
treated at home bv Jill IntPi'nnl
E. I 'cine that in miiny liiHtances has ef
fected complete relief after other treat
Ojmentg have failed. Sufferers who could
,,,,..1 scarcely hear have had their hearing
restored to such n .vt... .1,... .1. .
.. . .... mui nit-
tick of a watch was plainly audible
een or eignt inches away from ellh-
w ear. ineretore, if you know of
someone who Is troubled with ncad
noises or catarrhal deafness, cut out
lormuia and hand it to them and
you may have been the means of sav
ing some poor sufiWMi.
- - p. niuiia 11 11 i 11
3 mint nearness. The prescription v.n
be prepared at home and is made as
Run....
--"mw iniiit yniir (l fii ! 1
Parmint (double strength.) Take this
.."me anu nun to It pint of hot
..r aim a little granulated sugar;
umu oissoived. Tllko ..no
spoonful four tlmeu ..
1 armtnt is used in this way not on
ly to reduce by tonic action the in
flammation and swelling In the Rua
tachian tubes, and thus to equalize
the air pressure on the drum, but to
correct any excess of secretions In the
middle ear, and the results It gives
".r e.r.y aiwuys quick uml effect
ive.
if .
person who has catarrh in
any form, or distressing rumbling,
h slng sounds in their oars, should
recipe a trial. (n.iv)
R.
Washington
Oregon
, Chamberlain and Land; Jacobbor
ger and Leslie.
2
13
7
Coast League Scores
. II. K.
atiie a s 1
l.os Angeles 0 7 0
Slebold and Adams; Urown and
liassler.
Vernon 13 20 1
Bait Lake i i
Schcllcnbach and Devermer; llrom
ley, Relger and Byler.
Oakland , 8 16 2
Mueramenlo , 10 is 0
Rolling, Winn and MItKe; Protigh
and Cook. (10 Innings)
Portland 10 13 1
Sin Francisco 8 13 2
Schroeder, Sutherland, R. Tinke
Coxj Couch, McQuald and Agnew.
State Schools To
Observe Memorial
Day Fittingly
v union upon nu gonoois and com
tnunltien to give proper observance to
memorial day, May 80, J. A. Churchill
pjate superintendent of public Ittstrtte
on, is mis weeu tending to every
ridiool III the state copies of the Oregon
memorial Annual, compiled by him
"If. The annual is a t-page pamphlet
filled with recitations and quotation
of a patriotic flavor suitable for une In
Memorial day programs.
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Incorporations.
The Western Oregon Telephone
Telegraph company of Forest Grove
capitalised at (30.00.1. filed articles of
incorporation with the stale corpora
tion department here, Thursday. The
incorporators are W. 8. Morelnnd. R
'. Morelnnd ami George A. Itauman
Articles were also filed Thiirx.lnv hi.
1 he St. Johns Construction company of
. orimnu, enpttaueed at ISO. 000. Percy
' osiett, t. K. hwaiUKin and George
Cameron are the incornoi-utora
Resolutions of dissolution were filed
ny tne uine-Mlles Standish compuny
of Portland. -
"Th Wauna Navigation company, an
Try 'em once
far breakfast
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Best Cokn Raxss Sold
n
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Ti iiiuiuaiv swm. rm
iTIi Yui ea procure NAOINK from a
If I your hvorlio tollit eouater ft
i " k' mail ) X
W NATIONAL TOILET CO., 3
Sold by Daniel J.
and retail; Nelmeyer Drug
other toilet counters.
wholesale
Co., and
ur bread ia honest thru
and thru Honest, High
Charactered Materials go
into the making of it and
each piece of dough that
fiws into a loaf of bread is
property weighed before it
is temperatured. Try a loaf
of it. .
TWrm a- 'iii'"rApeMaaaaaar.aftj
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Values to
rv
Two for
S8B83 BB8BS6BB88BS8B
Drawing Crowds of
Eager and Thrifty
Shoppers
One
T. TIT
Oollar
I ' tt-'tlttll Mil lutUlM.n
DOLLAR
DAYS
VALUES TO $2.00 ONE DOLLAR
New Summer Hats at Special Prices for
Dollar Day.
Specials for
DOLLAR DAYS
Linen Crash Toweling, 4 yards....
Khaki Cloth, 2 yards
3 yards Gingham
Men's Union. Suits
S1.00
$1.00
$1.00 I
Oatmeal Special
14 Pounds, Extra Special
$1.00
I Voiles, plaid for dresses and
t Smocks, yard ;.
Men's 2-piece Suit, pair
$1.00
$1.00
i 4 Dair Sock i&l.Ul; f
t
Khaki Men's Hats
Khaki Wprk Shirts, one to
a customer :.........,
$1.00 !
SPECIAL FOR DOLLAR DAY
Best Shortening
I No. 5 $1.15
$2.25
This is an extra-ordinary value.
. No. 10
White, blue and pink ribbon
hair ribbon, 3 yards
$1.00'
$1.00
Mt
HATS
Men's new light weight Hats, Special
$1.00
Straw Hats, Special for Dollar Day
15c
Children's Hats, large assortment
$1.00
36-inch Curtain Scrim, 3 yards
$1.00
Crisco
, 2 Cans
$1.00
Broken Cookies, lb. 15c
" 1 1 1 1 ., 1
Ladies' White Camisols
$1.00
$1.00
Flowered Batiste, 2 yards
American Made Pongee, 36-inch, per yard
$1.00
Ladies' Home Journal Patterns given
iim iiu ureas uooa purchases. J
Soaps
Crystal White, 15 bars $1.00 I
White Liberty, 17 bars ...$1.00 ?
i
Savon Elk, '21 bars $1.00 I
Swift's Wool Soap, 15 bars.... $1.00
Value 30c, 5 pkgs. ..... $1.00
Value $1.45, NOW
One Dollar
Best quality Turkish Towels, large size,
' :' 3 yards . .
Dollar Days
DOLLAR VALUES $2.00 FOR ONE
Fine Mercerized Union Suit .. $1.00
Mercerized Vests, 2 for $1.00
4 pairs white and bleak heavy Q-t
grade cotton Hose : ol.UU
42-inch white mercerized Voil, yd, $1.00
$1.00
. Mixed wool Serge, yard $1.00
Mixed wool Shepard Checks, yard'
Longcloth, 3 yards $1.00
. I tm
Dollar Values
X . THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE
SHOES
VALUES TO $2.00, ONE DOLLAR
New styles, white, brown and black,
Oxfords, Pumps and New Boots. Note
these specials savings-
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
Boys' Tennis Shoes
Girls' Tennis Shoes .......
Ladies' Tennis Shoes ,
Children's All Kid Shoes ....
Men's House Slippers
Children's Play Scuffer ..............
Misses' Mary Jane Pumps
Ladies' Hose '1'.:'. : "" .
Ladies' Vests . . .. ....... ......
A .& JL Mf E N'T Specials Selected
21 Bars Laundry Soap
: $1.00
Ladies' Vest Special, 3 for
$1.00
Children's Koverall Special
$1.00
11 Packages Matches
50c
Table Oil Cloth, a yard
59c
Koveralls, Ladies' Koverall
FOR DOLLAR DAY
Canned Goods, 11 Mixed cans
$1.00
Pails, Special
c J$1M J . 29c
I DeauciTui
Presents
By Saving Your Premium Tickets Given With
Every One-Dollar Purchase Save Your Tickets
One Dozen
Lemons-FREE
WITH EVERY DOLLAR PUR
CHASE AND OVER DURING
DOLLAR DAYS
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