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PAJLT C API IT AX JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON," TUESDAY, JWB 8, U13.
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AS GOOD AS FISHER'S BLEND
is the regular argument of all who
strive to push the sale of flours made
wholly of Western wheat.
As good as FISHER'S BLEND, they
say, but COSTS LESS. And right
there is where the force of the argu
ment fails, for no amount of argument
and salesmanship can produce a flour
made wholly of Western wheat as
good as FISHER'S BLEND.
The price of FISHER'S BLEND is
a little more per sack than the price of
other flours for the very plain and sim
ple reason that FISHER'S BLEND
isn t one of the other flours nor any
thing at all like them. If it was it
would cost what other flours cost and
you would get no more for your
The price of FISHER'S BLEND a
few cents more per sack than flours
made wholly of Western wheat is
regulated by the cost of the superior
and carefully chosen materials that go
into its composition, In no other flour
on the market is the scientific BLEND
of EASTERN HARD WHEAT and
WESTERN SOFT WHEAT to be
FISHER FLOURING MILLS CO.
"AMERICA'S FINEST FLOURING MILLS
SEATTLE, U. S. A.
I oi do ooara oi trustees or tne lllibee T T ff f 9
I club that hearty welcome be extend-1 MA III I LJ I
ed to the citizens who desire to form a I Uil. m m J
pew commercial ciuo to join with the
Illihee club along lines as laid down by-
the supplementary articles of incorpor
ation and amendment of the by-laws
Committee on Formation of Booster a,lol,teli at special meotinjr of the
Cluub Recommends Openlng'New . Jmnee C,,1D 0,1 February 17, 1913."
Quarters Here. Governing Case.
. The laws which govern the publicity
department looked into by Low also,
are as follows:
Tho report of the committee that
Was reccntlv annmnt.1 in nn.,fn
the board of directors of the Illihee th dub ftt 8 sIial
club and the Board of Trade.was ren-l " h.eM Ct0.b" 9' ,19'2' th barJ of
lored last evening at a me,l hu : '""""" lonowing
the Board of Trade rooms. It was de- ration ,0
ided that the best possible thine for ' H0"7 artJ('1 mcorpora-
tha city was the proposition of form- j """!. " a , P
ing a new commercial club to bo laid "'Jf? f eVW,iD'
aside until after rh. eh., I ruar' 1, llnJ Bl 3 P- ,n-:
On motion U . .I;.i,i : ' luB "'IT'eu.e.uurv-
. Ui..i,vu iu KtD U
copy of the report of the committee ,as
Well ajt R. flpt nf lon-o il..
... . s, ciiihik me i.:i , , . ... .
present cluh ami !.,, . ,, o .1 ,'""'" ine..i ui tue inemners
p ..... a: . I f th society.
rv v. mo uiroctore oi ine mince to
.incorporation, Sec. 2, add:
"Mat. Tho mental culture
Treasurer kay says he
thinks it is unlawful
In the controversy over whether or
not convicts at the "state penitentiary
can perform the services of free labor,
Treasurer Kay takes the stand that
they cannot. He said today that the
state constitution lays down that a
state printer shall be elected by tho
people and that no matter what general
law be invoked, it cannot repeal the
Governor West takes the stand that
such a change can be made under Sec
tion 10 of the Oregon state laws, gov
erning tho state board of control, which
says, that in order to minimize the cost
of maintaining the several institutions,
all wards of the state may be brought
It's as easy to fall in love as to fall
The AntiMptioTnwdcr shnki into
the shoes The Standard Rem-
-3 COY lor the feet for a miarler
-l ...3 century. 30,000 testimonials. Sold
Trade-Mark, everywhere. 25c. Sample PRKR.
. v AddreM. AUen 8. 01 muted. I,e Rov, N Y.
The Man who put the EEs In F E 1.
Tickets Sold Through Via
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY
y OMCOX x.
T tlfCTRK y
Limited Trains Eeast
Spokane, Portland and Seattle
Low Round-Trip Fares
Chicago ... 74.00
Colorado Springs 56.50
Des Moines 67.20
Duluth , 61.50
Kansas Citv 61.50
J'ilwaukee , 74.00,
New York 110.00
St. Louis ; 71.50
St. Taul . 61.50
Tickets will be on sale daily, May 2Sth to September 30, 1913. The
return limit is October 31. Choice of routes and stop-overs are allowed,
going and returning. Tickets and otfcor detailed information furnished
Baggage checked and sleeping car accommodations arranged through
to destination. C. E. ALBIX, Gon, Agt., Salem, Ore.
R. H. Crozier, Assistant General Passenger, Agent.
W. C. Wilkes, Asisstant General Freight and Passenger Agent.
each of tho papers for publication.
The reports aro as follows:
"This committee was named at a
mass meeting held at the Board of
Trade rooms to organize a new commer
cial club. It was appointed to confer
with directors of the Board of Trade
and officials of the Illihee club on
ays and means for the purpose of
effecting a consolidation of all ele
ments into a larger commercial organ
ization, combining all citizens of Sa
lem and suburbs who are interested in
publicity work, building a greater Cap
ital City and solving the problems of
keeping our community in tho front
rank of Pacific coast cities.
Not Boom Enough.
"After spending some time and giv
ing this matter our best thought, we
have unanimously come to tho conclu
sion that there is not room in a city
of this size for two successful com
mercial organizations. We believe that
what will serve this city host is for all
to unite In maintaining one lnrge or
ganization, to be known as the Salem
Commercial cnlb, that will not antae
onize, but will support and strengthen
existing organizations, and at the same
time be able to handle the publicity
work of the community bettor than ev
"We fnvor morging the Commercial
club with the Illihee club, but not by
becoming a mere dependent nf it W.
fuvor a larger organization under the
name of the Salem Commercial club,
with publicity work as its greater pur
pose and social features secondary.
We favor adopting the plan worked
out tentatively by the directors of the
Board of Trade and Illihee club to th
extent of fitting up new quarters for
a commercial club in tho Catlin &
Linn building, that shall become the
public commercial headquarters of this
city and open to everyone, and with
appointments such as will bo crcdtablc
to tho second city in tho state. The
united greater Snlcm Commercial club
organization would have these quar
ters fitted up, which we have found
could bo done at an expense of about
$1000, and tho monthly rent of $50 al
so to be paid by the commercial club,
which would then have its own home
and maintain its own headquarters,
" '2d. To encourage and dovelop the
material welfare of the city of Salem,
Oregon, and its surroundings, and to
circulate useful information concern
ing tho same and generally to promote
the growth and prosperity of said city,
and of the state at largo. In order to
more fully carry into effet the above
specified objocts, said corporation shall
bond, sell, buy, own, leaso and mort
gage personal and real proporty, bor
row money on negotiable paper, receive
subscriptions, dues and donations and
expend the same in the manner calcu
lated to subserve the foregoing pur
"To the by-laws, Art. 12, Sec. 1,
amend to read as follow: 'The en
trance fee for members to the club
shall bo $10, and the monthly dues
shall bo $1.50.'
"To the constitution to append a
new artido, No. VII.
" 'The promotion department of the
club Bhall be under the control and
management of a board of six gover
nors, all of whom shall be members of
" 'Only subscribers to the "Promo
tion fund" shall be entitled to vote at
the election of the board of governors
of the promotion department, or havo
any voice in its affairs or manage
ment, " 'The board of governors shall be
governed by its own set of by-laws.
" 'The promotion department shall
be in charge of a manager, who shall
be employed by tho board of gover
nors upon such term as may Boom wise
to them, but he shall not bo a mombor
of the club, except upon the same terms
as any other resident member.
" '' No money expended by the pro
motion department shall bo taken from
tho club funds, except by a majority
vote of the members present at a reg
ular or special meeting of tho club, nor
shall any money expended by the club
bo charged to tho promotion depart
ment unless such expenditure shall
have been authorized by the board of
governors of tho promotion depart
ment by a majority vote.' "
Try "GETS-IT," the Painless New
Plan Corn Cure See Your Corns
Vanish In a Harry.
"Whew! Hurts way up to my heart.
I've tried almost everything for
Corn-sufferers, cornices joy Is at
hand! "GETS-IT" Is the only real en
emy any corn ever had. Put "GETS-
Our June Clearance Sale
Now in Full Swing
This Will Ncrer Happen, If Von Use
IT" on In two seconds and away they
go, shrivel, vanish. No more cotton
rings to make the corn sharper and
more bulgy, no more bandages- to stop
circulation and stick to the stocking,
no more salves to turn the flesh raw
and make the corn "pull," no more
knives or razors with danger of bleed
ing and blood poisoning.
"GETS-IT" Is painless, stops pain,
and is absolutely harmless to healthy
flash. Warts and bunions disappear.
"GETS-IT" gives Immediate relief.
"GETS-IT" is sold at druggists at 25
cents a bottle, or sent on receipt of
price to E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
BEENI GIANT SERENADTJM
WITH SELLS FLOTO
Even if you do not care to visit the
performance of tho Solls-FIoto circus
when it comos here on June 7, it is sug
gested by the management that you go
down to the circus lot and listen to
Berni's Giant Sereuadum, which will
give continuous concerts during tho af
ternoon and evoning.
This is tho largest musical instrument
that was ever mndo portablo so that it
could be carried on whoels. It was built
at a cost of $20,000, and rivals in excel
lence the great orgart of Salt Lake or
St. Petors. Its reportoiro includes all
the popular selections, operatic gonis
and classic renditions. You will find
it near tho main entrance of the big
tout The concert is free to all those
who care to enjoy it. '
Added to this, you might spend a
A Worker Appreciates This.
Wm. Morris, a resident of Florence,
Oregon, says: "For the last fourteen
with a salaried secretary and dues of ,ear8 my Klunly8 an Bladder incapaci-
members not less than $1 per month itate'1 me for M work About eiht
We believe such an organization could n'"th9 ttK 1 Fo,0-v Ki',"y
enlist tho support of 500 members V,n' a,ld t,"'-v httv0 don9 what ot,ler
Publicity work would have to be sup- mo,"(,,"cs 10 ani' I '
liorted IV a s.,eci.il fnn.1 n -1! muim iw.u.
can contribute according n thni, l,n;. "nmonl Foley Kidney Pills.
ty. as they feel inclined. Wo would.
Kidney Pills do not contain habit form-
4-room house, $950.00, North Salem.
8-room modorn house, fruit and ber
ries, barn, $2000.
$6500 takes ideal home, 20 acres.
1 acre in borrios, new house, $1800.
220 acres, woll improved, $22,000.'
SEVERAL GOOD BUYS IN PRUNE
RANCHES, HOP RANCHES AND
6-room houso, big lot, Yew Park,
S and 10 aero tracts, close in.
1- to 5-acro tracts cheap.
CITY LOTS ALL PARTS OF SALEM
7 acros, close in, 5Vj acros In berries,
houso and barn, $3200.
I heartily roc- Several business chances, restaurant
Folov I rooming house, grocory store, candy
We are offering a superb
lot of women's and misses'
dresses, linens, lawn, ratines,
pique and lingerie, all dress-maker-made
and down to date
Lot 1, Special $7.48
Lot 2, Special $4.98
Infant' Wear Reduced
Specials in Every Department
ICRCHANDISC U6CRTT STRCIT KtWttM 3VATT 6 COUQT PMCE
profitable hour examining the mochan
Ism of the hugh wagon which conveys
tho circus paraphornalia from town to
town. Ask Rome of tho attendants to
show you Curtis' Fool proof Wagon-
it will demonstrate to you how modorn
ingenuity protocts the laboring man
against his own carolosBiiess. After
that, you might tnko a look at the
Solls-FIoto horses. Thoy are consider
ed tho boat of thoir kind.
The price of admission this yoar is
still 25 cents. The Boating cunaeitv of
the circus has boon increased until
thoro aro now seats for ton thousand
people and there aro throe rings in
stead of two as formerly.
There is no real need of anyone be
ing troubled with constipation. Cham
berlain's Tablets will cause an agreo
ablo movement of tho bowels without
any unpleasant effect. Give them a'
trial. For sale by all doalors,
A rtiV?mr.m ItMUf m Mbwuwbi Knitm
RIVER KNOWN TO M.ll. Hahi ,ri adriHati.
fa, iloii i Clmrwiu nr M.,n? K.fttlrt. hH prtpaM
furl,00 par U. Will Mu,) Ultra on trial, to hm paid fw
Who rallaved. Hamnlm -. lr vuur diui.i.i A.
I jhar I htm iiuct your erlrs U Um
All mitnkinl lovea a tluM-rful lotinr.
Great Chinese Doctor
L, M. Hum
Prepare medicines which will car all
known diseases. H makes a specialty
of asthma, lung, throat, stomach. Urn
kidney, rheumatism, debility and hernia
troubles, smallpox epidemic, lost man
hood female weakness, paralysis, boils
and bruises of all kinds...
Cars of Ylck So Tong, Chinees Med
ical Co., South High Street, Salem, Or.
Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m. and
1 to 7 p, m., including Sundays.
recommend that members of the com- "'g drUK" ttml ar0 touic ln acti"' 1"icl
mereinl dulj desiring to ciov tho so- !" rC""ltS' Tby wi" M 0BSO of
rial privileges, become eligible bv pav- lild"ly tr0,ll,1 not bc'0Dd tho of
ing monthly dues, but that members of ",c,licin0- St"' lg Store
the commercial club lie not required to,
pay any initiation fee. !
"W. a. LOW,
UT). J. FRY,
"M. o. urn ex,
"ORAIIAM P. TAIJKH,
The committee found that the Hoard
of Trade is amenable to certain rules
and regulations made especially for It
benefit by tho Illihee cvlub, which are
On motion of Mr, Both the publicity
department was welcomed to the Illihee
club. His mot Hum follows:
Tie it Hesolved. That it is the sense
If a girl believes in charms and love
powders, her education has been sadly
Each age of our lives has its joys. Old
people should bo happy, and they will
be if Chamberlain's Tablets are taken
to strengthen tho digestion and keep
tho bowels regular. These tablets are
mild and gentle in their action and es
pecinlly suitable for people of middle
u go and older. For sale by all dealers.
store, pool hall, cigar stand, hotel.
SEVERAL STOCK RANCHES
4'j acres, 2 houses, on car line, fine
garden tract, $0000.
7-room house, 3 lots, close In, snap
buy, $4500; terms.
10 acres bearing Italian prunoa.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE7
LIST YOUR BARGAINS WITH US,
WE SELL FIRE, LIFE, ACOOIDBNT
4, 5, 6 ROOM HOUSES, INSTALL
MENTS. Acme Investment Co.
A. B. COOK, Manager.
Phones: Office, Main 477; rosidonce
Opposite Court House. 540 Htate Bt.
Modern $4.00 English
PBK8KTKD BY THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1013.
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