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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1920)
pij)AYMAY 23, 1920."
Called by Death
.- or.. May 28. Perne a.
a well known resident of this
Cit!" at 10 o'clock ,aged 66 years.
Tenths and 27 day About four
! .go he suffered a paralytic stroke
7k was thought that he would re
"!,. but Thursday morning he began
.ink nd the end Came VelT BOOn
r Cochran was born in Linn coun-
T.nnt. on January 1, 185.
ul cas the son of James and Ruth
Mhian. Pioneers of 1862 to the. Wil
hLue valley from Missouri. He was
lised on a farm and was at one ttme
Pensively engaged in dealing ,
" t driving cattle and sheep from
Lth'ern Oregon to eastern Oregon
d horses to the Portland market
roon arriving in Woodburn on April J.
L ne entered into local activities
with a est and erected a butchershop,
dwelling house for himself . ana a
Lee-story brick building. Ha was
married to Miss Emma Brown on
March 31, 18"- and she died in rno
In March ml. Mr. Cochran married
Mrs. Mamie Heser, who with one sis
ter, jirs. Emma Simpson of eastern
Oregon, survives him.
Mr Cochran was a powej in th
mocratlc party in Oregon at one
time and ran for United States senator
shout ten years ago.
Funeral services will be held at the
horn- in tl'is clt? Saturday mornlivj at
10-30 Rev. R. W. Achor of th. Pr-s-bvterian
church officiating. The ro
Mains will then be taken to the Mt.
6:.,t crematorium, Portland, for ore
ration. Harrisburg Wins
Plea For Highway
Albany, Or., May 28. County Com
missioner D. H. Pierce, who wag at
Salem yesterday on road business, re
.. '..ith word that the state tifcsn-
way commission had decided to build
the Pacific highway
burg to Junction Citv. inst,i .v
east through Coburg. State Highwav
Engineer Kunn gave Mr. Pierce the
If this decision of the highway com
mission is carried out there will be a
bridge across the Willamette at Har
risburg. built by Linn and Lane coun
;.,. at 1 . . . .
, -hi tit i.,:, r, it, in& jnn rnTinlv
I court did not know when work on the
1 highway would begin or when th
bridge will be built but said that they
will know more after a .conference
with the highway commission sched
uled for the first of June in Portland.
. Biiverion, May 28. Defective side
walks in Silverton have been a source
of worry to the city council for a long
time. Repeated orders have been giv-,
en to build walks to comply with the
ordinance regulating Buch construct
ion, but they were not heeded. Final
ly notice was served upon J. D.
Drake and others that the walks
would be built by the city and the
cost made a lien on the property if
the orders jvere not promptly obeyed.
Mr. Drake built his walk, having fin
ished it a few days ago. It developed
that tho walk wag not constructed in
compliance with the ordinance and
his arrest followed. The complaint
charges him with violation of the side
walk ordinance. Drake declares that
he will not plead guilty to the charge
as it was his intention to make the
walk come nearer being up to jhe
standard than most of the walks in
Silverton. He also said that he in
tends to show the defects in other
walks in the city, but will make his
walk to comply with the law.
Paying four months in advance. Lat
er the plaintiff purchased a hoie u
the city and it was agreed between
j himself and Ericksoa to sub-rent the
house andl whatever it would bring
would be turned over to Holman.
; Erickson, according to the evidence,
rented the house as soon as it was
: vacated by Holman, but he "did not
turn over the money as agreed. Thru
his attorney. O. G. Larson. Holman
commenced suit to recover the mon
!ey due him and secured a judgment
jin the sura of !I5 and costs. Custer
IRoss was attorney for the defendant.
I Erickson sold his home a few days
I ago and leaves this morning for the
east where he will spend the summer.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Farm At Asylum
Oregon Agricultural College. Cor
vallis. May 28. Smith-Hughes stu
dents from Hood River, Gresham,
Newberg, McMinnviile and Corvallis
will be the guests of the school -t
agriculture" Saturday. The start wiil
be made from Hood River, the party
being in. charge of R. V. Wright, ag
ricultural instructor. Friday the five
schools will join forces and inspect
the Willamette valley farms, reaching
Salem in time to visit the farm at the
state hospital for the Insane.
SUVVlV IS Short 11 alSO r,su!t "' discontinuing the
,, r r J - , ! pestoffice, !Uid it will mean that Euena
; as a patriotic duty, will be closed per
j mancntly the latter part of June, and '
j the. proprietors will go to Independ-i
ence to live. The closing of the store
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
Suit Over Rent
Silverton, May 28. John Holman
vs E. N. Erickson is the title of a
case tried yesterday before Justice of
the Peace P. L. Brown, in which Hol
man sought to collect money alleged
to be due him for the lease of a house
belonging to Erickson, Holman, it
seems, rented the house in question
March 5 at the rate of $20 per month
THE WAY TO GO BLIND
Is to ignore the defect of vision in your eyes.
The human eye is a delicate, complicated organ,
subject to constant strain. A slight imperfection
ignored may lead to permanent injury to the eye,
if not to your health.'
Delay is most unwise, because at best you are
risking the quality of your vision. "
Glasses help relax your nerves; and in stop
ping headaches and lengthen your life by shorten
ing your worries.
In the science of sight correction, we have
experts of skill and thoroughness. -
Our service unexcelled.
HENRY E MORRIS & CO.
"Eyesight Specialists" v
202-211 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
' Phone 239 for Appointments
Be on hand
We Will Close Monday all dayy so get everything that you will need as we will not
Open again until Tuesday. SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL WHITE SHOES SA T
VRDAY THOUSANDS OBPAIRS TO GO LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST.
Ladies' Button Shoes
Black Kid and Patent Leather Shoes, but
ton, high or low heels.' Regular $5 and $6,
all sizes in this lot -
Ladies9 Black Shoes
Black K'J Slices ue or button, hUh or
low heels, all sizes. Shoes that were $6.00
Are You Needing Shoes
- - i i
Look over the prices quoted here,, then
come and let us show you real bargains.
Small Size Shoes ;
Can you wear 2i2, 3 Zxi or 4 Hanan'jnade
shoes worth $12 and $15. Small sizes only
Ladies9 Brown Shoes
Brown calf vamp, cloth top shoes' lace,
Cuban or Louis heels, latest toe, reg. $10
Ladies9 Dress Shoes
Black all kid lace shoes, Cuban or Louis
heels all widths, our regular $11 seller
Men's Elk Bals
Brown Elk Bals, with indestruc
table soles, worth at present $5,
Men's Dairy Shoes
Heaw soft black dairy shoes,
with wooden soles. Regular $5
Odd Lot Shoes
Broken lines men's $9 and $10
black calf dress shoes, blucher
Men's Dress Shoes
Black blucher lace calf shoes,
wide toes, regular $10 line
Men's $10 and $11
Black or brown shoes, blucher
or bal lace, English or staple last
Men's Dress Shoes
Brown or black blucher or bal
lace, English or high toe,
Men's $14 and $15
High grade black or brown Eng
lish or staple last, blucher or bal
lace, all sizes
Have Your Shoes
Our repair shop is equipped with
the latest machinery
At half price Wednesdays
'Ladies' $11 and $12 Shoes
Gun metal or brown calf shoes, high or
low heels ,all sizes and lasts at the
Ladiesl Two Tone Shoes
High top brown kid, vamp f ieldmouse top,
Louis heels, the season's novelty, reg $16
y- ""lfiiiM. y
1 jut Sect
WJ , Safe
ty Bad &wH
Fix Up Your Old Shoes
A few dollars spent for repairs will add
months of wear to your old shoes.
White Canvas Oxfords
Regular $5 and $6 Ladies' white canvas
oxfords, high or low heels, all sizes
jjaims, Aiay me local sxso-, yista b(.
i line neaiers alter navmg a confer-. enterprise,
j ence, have promised to sell gasoline !
: at twenty eight cents per gallon. The '
shortage is now being felt. Only two
i gallons can be procured by each driv- $
j er. Now it is reported that Dallas will $
; be entirely out in ten days. '
The Knights of Pythias from Mor-'
mion lodge at Dallas and Homer lodge ;
of Independence invaded Cascade :
lodge of Falls City sixty strong last
night. The attendance was Dourly onej
hundred and the initiation team was ;
chosen from the three lodges for the .
Knight's rank. The work was declar- i
ed near perfect after which a big:
feed was enjoyed and noise of the ,
without a commercial
departing autoes died out about three j
a. m. leaving the Knights of Falls ,
City rejoicing over the visitation. i
John W. Orr and wife. Superintend- j
ent Wills, Blev and Frank Friar and '
Otella Friar attended the banquet jt;
Perrydale last evening. !
Buemt Vista Store Closed. !
Buena Vista, Or., May 28 The store'
conducted here since the beginning of i
the war by the Misses Plant and Rose
for Decoration Day
MAY BE OVOtt OMK
If you have catarrhal deaf-
ness or are even just a little
hard of hearing or have head
noises go to your druggist and
get I ounce of Parmint (dou-
ble strength), and add to it H
pint of hot water and a little
granulated sugar. Take I table-
spoonful four times a day.
This will often bring quick
relief from the distressing
head noises. Clogged nostrils M
should open, breathing become
easy and the mucus stop drop
ping into the throat. It is
easy to prepare, costs little
and is pleasant to take. Any-
ne losing hearing or who has
catarrhal deafness or head
noises should give this pre-
scription a trial.
W. IL MkhwAl l
Esemaim Magneto !
Iti North Commercial streot
Also Junk of AU Kind
Best Prices Guaranteed
Capital Junk Co.
The Square Deal Houm
171 Chem.ket St Phont ttl
Jusf add wafers
Jhs ready :
frnvk Y a Liu V
White Kid Oxfords
Regular $12 white kid oxfords, long pencil
toe, Louis heels, very swell
-iJ E.T.I I .
To Quite Conceal "Left-0 vers"
in appetizingly new dishes, you just need a package o( f TA"ih
- It's a scientific combination of the choicest buckwheat, wheat, com
and rice with the exact amount of rising and even corn sugar to make
crispy crust on such economies as Minced Meat Fritters, Salmon Griddl
Cakes and Tomatoes, in Batter. .
Even the powdered milk ii In PANCAKE FLOU. Thafi
why the package costs you a few cents more and the cakes- cost consid
. erably less. i
jfcflr ROLLED OATS AND Jfcflr PANCAKE FLOUR COOK BOOK, bfl
Isabella Clark Swezy tells 27 new way to dm Fucak Flour. Jaat eft tht pensa,
A postcard request will bring yon a free copy. Addreit our Home Office, Wisf
.waterway, Harbor Island, Seattle.
Fisher Flouring Mills Company
K'a'is ', Mt. Vernon
EXTRA "f in XJfr Jk . " EXTKA
SATURDAY SPECIALS AT
Toilet Paper "TTi W d 40 i. Brass Curtain
2 for I he Remnant bcore
15c The Store With Real Bargains 11c
'All Ready to Wear Goodssuch as A pronsf Children's Dresses,
Muslin Underwear, Millinery. Choice 20 Per Cent LESS.
YOU CAN DO BETTER rAT THE REMNANT- STORE
Ladies9 $10 and $12 Pumps
Ladies' black kid pumps with or without
buckles, high or military heels
Buster Brown Hosiery, sale Mill End Curtains, Saturday
price, pair ; , price, each
mm, Silk Crepe de Chine and on
45c ' , , Ave
' Georgette, 40 inches wide; a
$2.00 Silk Hosiery, sale price, $3.00 value, Saturday price, Ite MkGj'Mk and
$1?9 49c .
4AeJ $r25 t0 $150 Fancy Dres
45c S6-inch Percales, yard Ail color9 - Volies, Saturday price, yard
. 39c 89c
Odd Lot Laces, The Comforts, Less
cB Rernnant store ZHr
1 yara wide uutimj OA, 20c Curtain Cooda, IQa
Flannel, yard SALEM. OREGON yard Itt.