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- . THEDAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPT. 27. 1915.
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4"f99 stands for 7th point the unknown
point of Sterling Gum's superiority.
Latest thing in Mystery. But not
unfindable. For every time you lift a stick
of Sterling Gum, up goes
Point 1. Crowded with flavor.
Point 2. Velvety bodyNO GRIT.
Point 3. Crumble-proof.
Point 4. Sterling purity.
PointS. From a daylight factory.
' Point 6, Untouched by hands.
Can you find that 7th point? Think of all
the great discoverers remember the perse
vering American pioneers of early days.
Oh, Brothers and Sisters and little ones,
why not pioneer yourselves? Wiij knows?
Maybe you'll discover that 7th point.
Old Seven, the Baffler
Inpnuiwu.a.,' wniniw ii i M mi i ii ii.iji.i mi .in i mi i
Peppermint in red wrapper
Cinnamon in blue ulrapper
TheJ" point um
Suitable rewardi for the
diicovery of the 7th point
mill be offered later.
THE STERLING GUM COMPANY, INC. LONG ISLAND CUT, GREATER NEW YORK
Oregon State Fair
Week beginning September 27tb
Races, Fat Stock, Poultry, Agriculture, "
All the activities we are interested in
will, bo represented.
Reduced Railroad Fares
from nil points in Oregon
Sale Dates, Sept. 23d to Oct. 2d
Tickets limited to Oct. Gth
All trains direct to the Fair Grounds
Ask our local Agent for train schedules,
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
DANGERS OF A COLD
Salem People Will Do Well to Heed
Many bad cases of kidney troublo re
sult from a cold or chill. Congested
kidneys fnll behind in filtering the poison-laden
blood and backache, heailiioho,
dizziness nnd disordered kidney action
follow. Don 't neglect a cold. Use
Donn's Kidney Pills at the first sign
of kidney trouble. 'Follow this Salem
.7. H. Pent on, 1415 Lee St., Salem,
says: ''A cold settled on my kidneys,
causing pain through my back, I knew
that my kidneys wero to blame," and,
hearing several local citizens endorse
Donn's Kidneys Pills highly, 1 began
using them. They were just what I
needed to relieve the pnins and other
kidney troubles. Whenever I have
taken Donn's Kidney Pills since, a few
doses have abronght me relief."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
'Doan'g idn?y Pills the same that
! Mr. Penton had. Foster-Mliburn Co.,
j rrops., uurrnlo, w. Y.
iiTim rnn t
iii run i
The market in general is showing but
few changes. Wheat is worth in the
city about 75 cents, ami outs from ;i0
to 32, although there is a disposition to
feel that oats will soou be higher.
Veal is rather weak. Poultry seems
to have overstocked the market and
quotations today are 11 cents for hens
and 1.1 cents for spring frys.
A Galley o Fun !
OF COURSE NOT.
"As 1 understand It, our dlsti.,...
(With Tlll'buv la ni'Ar Ilia r.l-il.tic ..f
J w P w!,,,!t b - tome missionaries and we're oing to
fected the quotations on t our and to''i.n.. . . . . . ..
day .11 grocers are selling ban wheaV V" 'Mm tW' "
flour at from $1.55 to $2.H3 and vallcv :'f "tl?" '. ,,
flour at from $1.35 to $1.50. "'! course! - The missionaries
won t turn the other check."
THE REAL TROUBLE.
Hny, timothy, per ton $13.00 j ' "Do you think that the fear of an
Oats, vetch, $!l(ffi$10 1 increase of taxes drives rich men on.
Cheat $9$10i of the community?"
Wheat, new crop 75c ..No. It ia merply tll0 fear thal
RTr.CrP Slbm nmy be collected." -Rolled
Shorts, per ton
Clover seed 13 to"l5c
Butterfat - 83c
Creamery butter, per pound 35c
Country butter 17c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, candled, No.l, cash 30c
Eggs, case count, cash 2Nc
Eggs, trade ." 30c
Hons, pound lie
RoosterB, old, per pound , 7c
Spring chickens, pound 13c
Fork. Veal and Mutton.
Vcnl, dressed 10(510 l-2c
Pork, dressed ...... , 8 l-2fl l-2c
Pork, on foot , 6c
Spring lambs fie
Steers 55 l-2e
Cows 3 (a 4c
Bulla .......... . 33Vic
Cabbage , 40c
Tomatoes, Oregon . i 75c
String garlic 12 l-2c
Potatoes , 75c
Brussels sprouts 10c
Swoet potutocs i ..2'..c
Lettuce . . . i 45c
$41.50 j If e devote time enough to work to
$27.00 i earn sufficient money to spend wo
$28.00 'have no time left In which to spend
it; and it we take ;ny timo off to
spend It wo don't earn enough to keep
body and soul together.
Oranges, Valeuciu $5.235.50
.onions, per oox $.t.75(ji 4.25
Bananas, lb 5c
California grape fruit $3.00
Dates, dromedary, case $3.25
Fard dates $1.60
tocoanuts, per dozen $1
imuuioupes ., $l.zt
Peaches , (10c
Eggs, per dozen 35c
Sugar, cane $0.25
Sugar, D. 0 $0.05
Creamery butter 4(lc
Flour, hard wheat $ 1 .55(4 2.35
riour, valley ,, ..... $l..!D(i 1.00
Portland, Ore., Sept. 2".
Oats: No. 1 white ed, $23.
Hogs: Best live, $7.55.
Prime steers, $lif (1.75.
Fancy cows, $5( 5.25.
Spring lambs, $7.
Butter: City crcamerji, 31c.
Eggs: Selected local ex.. 30c,
Hens, 12 l-2(ii .13 l-2c.
(teesc, 8(o lie.
BILL AT THE GRAND
FOR THE WOODSMAN
We lave all kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Saws, and Equipments
for the woods.
All kinds of Corrugated Iron for both Roofs and Buildings.
A good $800.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly used for one-fourth original
A good 4 horsepower John D. Gasoline Engine, fully guarantee..
Two Ponies and Harness at a price that will surprise you.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The TTrvuaa nf Half Mitlinn Ttnrfftllni.
.102 North Commercial Street. Thont 80. J
"Ah I what relief. No more tired feet;
no more burning feet, swollen, bad snieLU
ing, sweaty feet. No more pain in coma
callouses or bunions. No matter what
ails your feel
or what under
the sun you've
just use "TIZ.'
out all the poi
tions which pnS
up the foetr
"TIZ" is mag
leal; "TIZ" ia
will cure your
foot troubles so
you'll never limp or draw op your faea ;
in pain. Your shoes won't teem tight j
and your feet will never, never hurt or I
get sore, swollen or tired.
Get a ii cent box at any drug pf
department (tore, b4 fet reliaf
Tho second weekly .installment of
Sullivan & f'utisiiliiie vaudeville, was
the bill at Iho tlniml theatre yesterday
afternoon and evening at tho same ad
mission prices which prevailed a week
ngn. iho ntti'i.ilnni'0 was sucn as to
warrant both tli" munagement of the
playhouse and the lovers of high giudo
vaudeville in the belief that Salon is
going to support the. venture, at least
sufficiently to insure, its continuance.
AlHiliime, (li li." sunny s Corkntuos
opened the program. Folks who have
harbored the notion tiuit co'katoos lack
intelligence learned by means of X'1'
very pretty uct tlmt they have been
John A. West A '., the "Co." iMhir
Mrs. West and the tiiinily wolf, fol
lowed with a uiiisii ul act sprinkled I
with black face otnedy and operatic
singing by the wolf. The a-t would
Mrhaps linvo been acceptable with
out too efforts of the wolf. Mr. West
is sufficient of a olneili;in ami niusl-i
cian to satisfy even nn exacting audi
ence. In the sensational novelty "Outwit
Ud" ViitorsoT A: Forrest have struck
a new nolo in the way of playlets. The
act was well done.
The Jean King Oiuirtet was sugges
tive of hnulniiiim days.' Four good
looking young people, 2m, 2f., sung real
music interspersed with ragtime inel-
Hugo Lutgcns gava an Imitation of
Billy Siinduy that those who have heard
the eminent Hood Kiver evangelist pro
nounced good, and followed it with a
burlesque sermon in Swedish dialect,
that was convulsing.
The Stevens Troupe of acrobats, with
the much advertised smallest tup
moouter in the world, closed the show.
A tmlv lug act.
Applause was general and generous
throughout tho program.
IMadge Sho just pokes around tho
bench nil tho time and never thinks of
going into the water.
Jlarjorle I don't blame her. She
wears one of those batbless bathing
We Cholkcte uou to &et
Better naulb lean weonvf
Vpu wilha liltte Want Adt
iry one to-morrov
THE SLAVE OF GLAMOR.
They said to me: "Man, you are bro
ken and battered,
The city lias crushed you nnd sap
ped you of life,
Vou wunt to go out where the folks
are moro scattered,
Away from tho crowds and the
slums and the strife,
They huve robbed you of air, and have
taken your birthright,
You toil for tho wealth that your
O come, let us bring you once more to
The country is calling you 'Back to
So I came, and I flourished and pros
pered, but somehow
I'm sick for the sight of the city
And I think of the days when I lived
In a slum, how
I used to sit out with the neighbor
And smoke on tho curb while the kids
'on the pavement
Were dancing about to the street
For I was a slave but I loved my en
And I guess I got free Just a little
. too soon.
There are birds In the trees here
whose warbling Is protty,
There are flowers and grasB, and
they're lovely, maybe,
Lut O for the bands In the parks of
And the fun and the Ufa and the
crowds that you seel
Tho city Is filled with Injustice and 111-
But still it's alive, and I'm hearing
While hero why, I can't go to sleep
for the stillness,
And nothing whatever la doing at
I know I'm a fool to be longing and
For pavements and smoke and for
hurrying and noise,
Cut I'm wishing the sight of the peo
ple all thronging,
The old folks and bablos, the girls
and the boys.
It did mo no good, and It robbed me
and stripped nio,
: It kept me half starved, and It tram
pled me down,
tiut the spell ot the city has reached
I 1 mo and gripped me,
;And It's "Me from the country right
! back to town!" , " '
With wood or coal waste heat. Too
rnuch or too little for best cooking. In hot
weather too much hsat coming out into the
With a good oil-stove no waste heat or fuel.
One burner or four low flame or high a slow fire
or a hot one. All the convenience of gas for every
home, all the year round.
for Beit Retultt U Pearl Oil
Better cooking, flame adjustable to just the degree need
d for roasts, for bread, for pastry. No odor. Docs not
ti lint the food. A cool cook and a clean kitchen. Ask your
J ealer. Sec demonstration, Palace of Manufactures,
, F Vmama-Pacilic Exposition.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Talks On the Apostle Paul
. ( .
f'ongressmnn W. O, "Hawley occupied
the pulpit of the FirHt Methodist
church Inst, evening, delivering a dis
course on St. Paul.
Having been a teacher of history for
seveVal years in the Wil ln.net te univer
sity, Mr. Ifnwley said that iie ha. al
ways been interested In history and
especially tho world history for DO
years following the birth of ('hrist, and
that it has been his custom to devote
one hour -a day to the study of St. Paul
and his times.
Having conquered a country, it was
the custom of the Romans to permit tiic
use of Its own religion, but not to pro
nmlirntrt any new religion. Rome was
against secret societies or secret relig
ions, ns thcRo secret societies were of
ten the means nf fonuenting revolts.
For this reason, Paul in his preachings,
claimed that the teachings of ("hrist
were but a fruitage of the Jewish faith.
According to tho history of those times,
Christians were executed not because
they were followers of Christ, but be
cause they were supporting a new t
lieion, contrary to tho Roman law., This
Roinnn Irrw forbade the practice of any
religjon, unles licensed according to
law. It was believed nt first that flen
tiles must first become .lews before ac
cepting tho Christian faith, but this
wns later abandoned by tho council
that met nt Rome.
Paul wrote t'no first words of the
New Testament, said Mr.-llawley, nnd
for this reason, in his letters, does not
nuote nny of the sayincrs of Christ, as
the books according to Mark, Matthew,
Tiiilie, and fit. John wore not, written
until mnny years nfter those nf Paul's
Heforo writing anv nf his letters,
Paul had beea a missionary 20 years
and had traveled nn foot 25,000 miles
in all parts nf the then civilized world,
making his way working as a tent
maker, mid preaching the gospel of
Christ, Paul wns executed at Rome
when about 0!) years of nge, not so
much for being a Christian, said the
speaker, but for tenchino a new religion
contrnry to tho Roman law.
WANTKD 200 bushols of oats. O. C...
Polter, 201(3 Trade street. Phono
220(iV. 8cpt29 ;
LADY DKSIRKS TOSITION as book-;
keeper, experienced. Address 534 N.
-i i ' - ' ' " '
B fj A.( : K H K R H I KS 25c per gallou. de
liverod. Phone or call. Royal bakery.
Phone 378. tf
FOR SALK 3 year old black horse, '
weight l.'lflO. Inquire Center Street ;
FOR HAI.iFv10 head
heifers, or trado for
fine Jersny ;
WANTKD German girl to do house
work in small family; sleep at homo.
Phono 22. tf
TO FAIR VISITORS Vou will find'
good rooms and bods ut the Lincoln,
U3 Ferry street. 8opt27
WANTKD To work for board and
room. Young man attending school.
Used to hnrd work. Phone 402. tf
110 AKD AND ROOM $1.50 -per week,
1102 Court. Modern conveniences, 'i '
-blocks from car. Phone 904.1. Sept28
IfOU SALK 4 'i acre tract, four blocks
from street ear lino. No improve
ments. Fiiime owning, INillM.
FOlt SAIjI'I 1 will sell my 10 acres ,
with stoi'k, implements, ami crop. Ad
dress "T" Route 1, box 4-C, Turner.
FOlt It KiiT 5 room house, two lots,'
largo barn, chicken house mid park.
$10.01) a month. Inquire 141.1 N. 4tli
FOU HA1.K Fir, oak and ash wood, for
particulars phone 31'11 or address W.
II. K'gnn, ticrvnis, Routo 2, llox No.
KOU'hAI.K OR RKNT--HI0 acres near
South Silver Creek Falls. 8 acres
cleared, rent can be paid in work,
(luod stock range all under fence.
I.uther Meyers, Hospital Station, -Ha-loin,
Oregon. , 8opt30
ON THE WAY ACK. ,
Friend Tha jrour ucmv I -s no',
net your xpactattonaT
Th 4-rtlit Vell, yei; but when It
dldtha fipictatlon tin on their
fatur trip, ;
On cent par word each lnMf
Copy for advertisement! om
der this heading should ba In bj
a p. m.
PH0NI MAIN U. j
PIIONK 1)37 for a wood saw. SepC-'K
MONKY TO LOAN $1,000 to $10,000,
7 per cent, nn good farm security.
See Scott & llynon, 121 South Lib
erty street Sept27
WANTKD A small cheap house, or 2
unfurnished rooms, with toilet unit
water linmly. Mrs. (Under, 315 Hush
street, Snleui. Sept27
II K CAM K HACK If you have any
old carpets you wish woven into fluf
fy rugs, noiify 8. A. Dobnor. Phona
I207M. Hugs on exhibition at stato
Fill WOOD-fMO per cord.
NICK POTATOES 00 cents
OLD LUMFlKR for sale, cheap.
DON'T ItK DKY Make your Imp beer
at home. 1 do. It's a mmple, easy
process and tho result is mighty sat
isfying. Send $1.00 for recipe to
Tho Hop Malt Iteeipo Co., Salem,
Oregon, Hox .15. Do it now. Oct27
ItOOMS FOU RKNT Two pleasant
rooms, modern In every respecct, 4
blocks north of stato house, 1-2 block
from earliun, terms to suit. 840
Union struct. tf
, iciDKU AI'PLKS WANTKD The (lid- '
UIHL WANTKD For chamber work, ,n Htol. Co. will pay cash for apples .
at Capital llotnl. tf offered tip to December 15th. Also
..,,., . , ; . , " make cider on shares. Octl '
8F.VKN ROOM furnished houso for
runt. Phone "4." tt MONKY TO LOAN $1,000 up to $10,- ',
. , i. . , i i. i ii , 000, on improved farms. Tiios. A.
""' HALBpW Partridge Rock nulla a R . H. National Hank
at North High. ""pUP mi(i l01 0r(,H()1 (jij :
WHAT IIAV'K VOIJ to trade for oak M0NKY T0 LOAPt-On Improved
wood. Phone .)! 1 1. nrmn at 7 per cont anlnual Interest. .
LOOhK HAY WANTKD Ward K. I am reprostinting the (.'ommere Safe
Hichurdson, Phono -Ml. 8ept2S Deposit Mortgage ( o. of Portland,
' Oregon. Quick delivery of money. ..
(iOOD OKN'TI.K MARK For sain, Write mo or coll at aMrion olltol. F.
h. in. 2130 Maple Ave. Stprjs J. Herger, Salem, Oregon. tf ;
FOU RENT lCf.oms fox- nouse keeping. KLP WANTKD $20 to $35 per
furnished. Phone -003M. tf month extra money to any employed '
. , . . person without Interfering witli rcg-
FOR SALL rirnt duns upright piano. lar W()rk No ...m,, no egHHS-
A bargain. 0.iQ Center. Hept-i pONitivoIy no Investment. I'll-
H.KIMS F.)lt HKNT Singlo bed, 25c, 'J "'"f rorcS'-'lnc VnW '
double bed, ooe. Phone 047. Sept28 .tf X.U' i" ' tfo
l-tilt KALK Cadillac, car In good con-
.lition, $250, "U" care .ournal, FOR RKNT Owner will leae 20 acres -
Hcpt27 1 1-3 miles from bank corner, Kulcni, ;
... i a i to desirable tonsnt for cssh rent '
WANTKD TO RKNT Two small cash House 1 modern bungalow, rooma,
regislers during fair week. Phone nd bath, electric light, electric driven
,'103. Hept27 water system. Place bas 10 acres of v
bearing fruit, cherries, peaches, pears
FOR BALE Choice pointer dogs, train- and loganberries, also some fine gar-
to field work. Phone 24 V 2. C'has. den soil, ( nil 104 Masuuic Hldg., t
Swegle. U Phone 50F12. 8ept2 1