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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 19, 1916.
demands that you buy
The Greater Chicago Store
OFFERS FOR THIS WEEK'S FAST SELLING WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THROUGHOUT THE BIG STORE
The Cold Wave Is Now On
We have warm goods piled high in every department. Warm and comfortable CLOAKS and SUITS. Bedding of every description,
Warm Hosiery and Underwear for man, woman or child. Warm Flannels of every description. Wool Hosiery and Gloves. Wool Knit
Caps and Scarfs. Prices sliced away down to the lowest rock bottom.
OUR ANNUAL CLEAR
Means a complete clearing of the shelves. Visit our BASEMENT SALESROOM, where you will find piles of reliable merchandise of
fered at little prices. .
Our Grocery Department
Men and Boys
Men and Boys will find a complete line of Warm
Clothing at our store. You need the clothing. It's
our business to sell.
Is attracting customers from far and near. Come and get our prices and see the big savings.
Now on sale at astonishingly low prices,
Chinaware, Crockery, Glassware, Aluminum Ware, Tinware, Pots and Kettles and hundreds of
eautiful Silks and Dress Goods
Now specially priced for fast selling. We have in this big store pricesiso low on advertised goods that the people are surprised.
You may try elsewhere, but no matterwhere you go, you cannot beat our prices. The big volume of business we do is why we
can cut the prices so close. Trade here where) ou can get the most for your money.
The Store That Guarantees Every Purchase
Corner State and Liberty
SWAM RIQ GRANDE OUCH! LUMBAGO!
10 ESCAPE HANS RUB PAINS FROM
nnnr i iiir ninn
JUKt, Lfililt CM
Frank Black Tells of His Com
rade's Death and His
Rub Backache Away With
Small Trial Bottle of Old,
Livermore, f'al., Jan. 19. Swimming
for life or denth through thp swirlluK
currents of the liio Grande river and
Inter renchn;? tho opposite shore four
miles below ti.e railroad bridge near El
11 "f ,V"B "' Ilneli hurt yout Can't straighten
mu.j nimuis j,!!,,, leoling sudden pains, fhuii)
Mexican unnc its 01 Ms menu, reter n.-lios and twinges! Now listen! That 's
i-.eiine, jHTneiey mun, wmi wuoni nu i .umhngo, si-uitua or mavbe from
was working in the turbulent republic, strain, anil you'll get relief the 1110
In a letter to his sister, Mrs. J. ('. nie.it you rub your back with soothing,
Hayes, of Livermore, Mark relates bin penetrating ' .St. Jacobs Oil." Nothing
experiences. olso takes out soreness, lameness and
i According to bis letter Black and j stiffness so quickly. You, simply nil)
Kenne were employed on tho Hearst it on your back ami out comes tie pain,
ranch when the place was lailed by the I It is harmless aiid doesn't bum tho
linnmts. kenne. ivhn was nn iieenilllt- H11"1'
ant, wns called 11)1011 for the ranch mini
ATTENTION CALLED TO
WASTE OF FLAX STRAW
1,400,000 TONS BURNED
400,000 tons of straw per annum would
bo opened and an additional revenue
obtaine for the flax region of about
1,000,00 per milium. At the present
tune over L',imhj,uuii won 11 ot rags
Ramp Memorial Hall for tho V. O. T. U.
Fur the past 10 years she mis been a
sufferer from rheumatism and has been
confined to nn invalid 'b chaii.
Kuneral services wore held at (he
being imported each year into the . home, tho Hew H. I). Tatum, jnslor of
Approximately 1,400,000 tons of flax
straw are burned or permitted to go to
' waste each vear on Americnn farms.
At the snme'time the country is r.nnu
ally importing largo quantities of flnx
waste from foreign countries for paper
ami board manufacture. The ineonsin
tency of this situation has lead special
ists of tho department to investigate
the feasibility of using homegrown
straw in tho paper and fibre-board in-
' Tho results of this investigation have
' just been published in Department Bull
etin No. 322. At the present time
about 2,200,000 acres tiro devoted to the I
rnising 01 nn., c.u-i.j i
kota, Minnesota, South. Dakota nml
Montana. The flax is grown primarily
for the seed from which linseed oil is
manufactured. The annual crop now
nmounts to about 20,(100,000 bushels of
seed and is valued at approximately
The crop also yields . approximately
1,000,000 tons of straw, but of this only
about 200,000 tons am put to any pro
fitnblo use. The utilization of the re
maining 1,400,000 tons, Bays tho bulle
tin, would bo of iinmenso economic im
portance, since its paper-producing pos
sibilities nrc equal to the annual pro
duction of wrapping paper and more
than double the annual production of
writing paper in tho United States. lis
sale, it is estimated, would represent an
added revenue to the formers of about
5,000,000 annunlly. This additional
profit would bo a very powerful factor
in maintaining the flax crop in our ag
ricultural system and would probably
result In the establishment of paper-
manufacturing industries in sections
where there are none nt present. It
would also aid in making our paper In
dustry more Independent of foreign raw
pnper-making materials and would pro
duce 11 keener realization of the Intent
value of some of our enormous crop
Flax in this country has always been advantageous method of assembling the
country, chiefly for use in manufacture
of writing paper,. Similar possibilities
nro offered by tire wrapping paper and
Under, present conditions, however,
tho department considers it advisable
to warn farmers that careful investiga
tion docs not reveal a reul demand for
domestic flax straw as great as the
promoters of certain schemes have rep
resented it to be. For this reason flax
growers should be careful not to en
gago in an enterprise which might
leave on their handB large quantities of
namarketnblo produce. On the other
hand, it seems obvious that the most
tho United Brethren church, officiat
ing. Interment was in the Odd Fel
lows' cemetery. ,
MANY TROUBLES DUE
TO WEAK KIDNEYS
a pioneer crop, being sown on the up
turned virgin coil. If planted again
on the same land, it does not do so well
unless other crops have intervened and
t lie lund has boen put back into grass.
Tho old idea, however, that the flnx
crop is very exhausting to soil fertility
is nn erroneous one. As a matter of
much as either wheat or oats,
fact, flax does not tax soil fertility as
The investigations of the government
specialists have alredy been carried to
a point where it has been demonstrate.!
that domestic flnx tow can be used In
tlm manufucture of fibre counter boards
which ure now used largely in shoe fac
tories. In cooperative commercial tests
counter boards made of this domestic
flax tow havo been nctuully sold to the
trade nt the regular price for counter
boards, viz, 5 to 0 1-2 cents a ponud.
The demand for flax tow for thil pur
pose, if fully developed, would open a
market for about 200,000 tons of straw
annually. ThiH,of course, is a very
small qunntity compared with the total
supply available. It is proposed, there
fore, to extend the investigation into
the manufacture of wrapping and writ
ing pnpers. Should domestic, flnx
straw for writing paper be able to com
pete successfully with foreign mater
ial, a market for between 200,000 and
Druggists keep it within easy reach
to meet the daily demand for
A SlmnJarJ Elhkal Dtnlifrif
Stnd 2c tump for gnroui sample of lihtrDr. Lyon's
Pirfict Dtmtl Cream or Tooth Powdsf.
L W. Lyon A Sons, Inc., AO 1 W. 27th Si., N. Y. City
material for market is to establish a
number of small tow mills throughout
the flax region, and it is suggested that
farmers mny find it advisable to net
cooperatively in this matter. For ex
ample, growers within a S mile radius
might operate a tow mill of sufficient
enpacity to handle tho entire amount
of straw within their area. Under this
arrangement it should be possible for
tho farmer to market the tow at a
price which would yield him a fair re
turn for the straw that is now permitted
to go to waste, and would, at the same
time, be nil inducement for manufactur
ers to utilize the domestic, rather than
tho imported article,
Mrs, Mary A. Itamp, daughter of
Washington and Susan Hummer, was
born May 12, 1S-I1, in Monroe county,
Kentucky, and died January 13, 1 U 10, ut
her homo In Salem, Oregon,
At tho ago of six years she came to
Oalesburg, 111., with her parents. In
lmwi 1U.1U ulin u-na nuitn.l In ttinwlnnn
to Samuel 'jiatnp, at Itushville, Illinois. benefit out of life. Sold by pi
To this union were born seven cl.il- ' .r.Y I1"1 nln,'r 1,'B'll"K J'KK't
dren, her linsbnnd and four children
ly severe pruning it should not be done.
However, all wood on w hich the bark is
killed should be pruned away. Tho split
bark on the trunk and larger limbs
should be prevented from curling back
by banding or by the use nf tacks and
from the edge of the split 1111 inch or
sniull nails. If the bark is killed back
more on each side this should be covered
by bridge grafting.
The winter injury flint is most likely
to kill the tree is that form in which
tho trunk is girdled. This can be bridge
grafted and the tree saved with only
siigntly cliecluug its growth,
"It is no use advertising a medicine The' pruning away of injured parts
unless the medicine itself Is good . should be done as soon as possible after
enough to back up tho claims you make the harm has been done. The bridge
lor it. On the other hand it is a pleas- graftiIlp, should be done just before
nro for druggists to sell a moJieine rpu starts in the spring. This
when customers como in after-ward , m.m.,,SH ;s ,e8(,il,ed in Popular Bulletin
and tell how much good it has done ; Xo 07 of ,hf, KxpeHmcnt Station.
burin. i...ti. is 11 11.T 'iMi.nin
to sell and recommend Solvax tho great
kidney remedy. Kver sinco wo first
introduced Solvax drug clerks juivo
been so busy selling it that it is some
times hard to keep a sufficient stock
on hand. Moreover Solvax is always
sold on a positivo guarantee of relief
. .1. 1 I. I B .. 1 I.
lo ino Kinney suneier ur money r . s h , , , , P,refullv,
This may seem rash but users have , ; ,f -
said so many good words in favo t o t . , Most soaps and prepared
""'.A l", ..... "in T. ! r:. I," ! shampoos contain too much alkali. This
..,. . p. cft..Ki ... , ..... . . , , ., , . . .,
sc sc )c )( sc it )fc 3 fc sfc sft
4c ALKALI SOAP
BAJD FOB THE HAIR
This shows great faith in Solvnx. Tt
really is a most unusual medicino be
cause it overcomes tho worst discs of
kidney complaints by removing the
cause. It goes straight to tho seat of
ami ruins it.
Tho best thing for steady use is just
ordinary mulsilied coconaut oil (which
is pure ami greaseless) and is better
preceding her to the great beyond. The
surviving children nro H. i'. Unmp of
ftrooks; Mrs, H. I llulin, of Waterloo,
Ore.; and Mrs. Kiniua Sturgis, of Wrens,
Ore, She is also survived by 20 grand
children and 411 great grandchildren.
Mrs. Katun was a member of tho First
Methndiat church of this city and had
always been active in the work of the
, Willi her husband she crnsed the
plains driving an ox team in 180:1. They
located first at Howell Prairie hut three
years later moved to llrooks, where they
mudc their home until 1K77, when they
en me to Salem where sho resided until
the time of her death.
She became a member of tho local
W. t T. V. la lHS.'l and served 14 years
as tho local superintendent nf tho fran
chise department mid 1.1 years as county
superintendent. She was twice elected
delegate to the national W. (,'. T. U.
convention. Five years ago she was
made a life member of the local organ
ization. At all times sho look an active
part In tho suffrage uud teinpernnce
1 I l l
tho trouble. It soaks right In and , " ut "'
cleans out the . kidney, and make, them 1, "t ,1 's , 0 nfuls will cleanse
r w' , : v 1 ,"r nt" 'ius ". r rlp ry-
der and quickly ends all such troubles. ""'"J "th, whien rmsej out o.is.ly.
v.i,!., t. .,.,.. ,f,1.i.i . removgig every particle of du-t, dirt,
1 ,. . " . .. .,. dandrulf and excessive oil. The hair
......n II 'l.t' ni.ai n & I'll it. y v ... , . . i i
life mor , than troublesome kidnevs , '.ln'' 'I'l'i kly and evenly and it leaves
and their attending evils. Use Solvax1 ',? "'T"? . ,,":,,'.!V
and beuin to get. your full measure of """' J v
Uiiniel .1.1" ,
in this " iiiiiisu icii ciM'oniiiii. on nt
Innv tihnrmitf v. it 's 'erv ehi.tti.. 1. ml n
few ounces will supply every member
of the fiimilv for mouths.
ey. He replied, that being a bookkeep
er, he did not have custody of the
funds. He was condemned ou the spot t, .
1 - i 1... il- 1 1!.. 1. i....i. inac
uy iiiu leituci or Die oiuiu.is i. ueaiii.
Kenne wan taken to Kubio, n small
village 011 the Hearst ranch in Chihua
hua and shot to death, ltlack was able
to break away from bis captors, and,
running under cover to the river, jump
ed into it and swnin to American ter
it.. io ...... ;.. .1... i.M,i.;t..i nt vi
I'aso recoverinir from the effects of hisl1"" of whether there is goin
Limber up! Don't suffer! (let a
small trial bottle of old, honest "81.
Jacobs Oil" from any dru store, ani
after using it just once, you'll forget.
yon ever una uaeKaciie, lumluigo
or sciatica, because your back will nev
er hurt or cause any more misery. It
never disappoints and has been recom
mended for 00 years.
In another year the nation will again
bo giving earnest thought to the quen-
tiny iiinugurul ball.
Kenne was well known
California and was a personal friend of Saying the right thing at the right.
lilack. He formerly held the position , lime is equivalent to keeping your
of purser of vessels plying between San mouth shut when you have nothing t;
Francisco and South America, but gave "ay.
that berth to accept tne position
where ho later mot his death. Black
writes that the horrors to which Amer
icans are being subjected are unbelievable.
That useless article may mean
money to you through the New
HOW YOU CAN REMOVE
EVERY TRACE OF HAIR
A stiff paste made with some prw
deicil delatone and water and spieud on
a hairy surface about 2 minute will,
1 when removed, take every trace of hair
with it. The skin should then be v iihIi-
ed to free it from the remaining delu-
tone. Xo harm can result from this
treatment, but be sure it is delaloiie vou
get mid you will not bo disappointed.
is a pledge of
Look for it on the ends of every
package ot fenownaice feouas.
at nil grocers and general store
PACIFIC CCAST BISCUIT COMPANY, Portland, Oregon
Or FRUIT TREES.
The extremely cold wenther of the
early part of thin month (.Inuuiiiy,
11)10) will probably do harm to many
tender fruit trees and jdimhs. Die most
severe cases will result in tilling the
young wood and vpliltir.g the trunks
and large branches if tin trees; the
young branches turn btown or 11 :-It
throughout nml usually wither slightly.
In the linger brnnches and trunk the
inner bark, or the cambium layer, and
part of the sap wood man turn brown,
the bark often splits in 11 perpendicular
line and curls back. The wood of the
trm.k may split in extr-me eai'cs. Tho
hark is sometimes killed entirely around
the trunk at or just above the surface
of the soil or snow.
In handling such Injuries, I'rofessor
O, M. Morris, horticulturist of the
Washington Agricultural Kxperlmeitt
station at Pullman, advises that the
winter hilled twigs should be cut back
to sound or live wood. Sometimes the
sap wood is injured and turns brown,
European affairs are one war ivr.tn
In 1W1 Mrs. Unmp libeinlly assisted but Is not killed. If cutting away all
in the pnrchnso of what is known ns the such Injured wood necessitates extreme-
Pendleton having ((one buck to tho
tallow candle should lieware of burning
it at both ends.
It Is rather unfortunate that those
fire eiiting senators cuu't bo driven
into a real fight.
Honestly, don't you approve of Presi
dent Wilson's determination to keep
out of the trenches!
Vancouver's "pay up" day next
Wednesday enn also bo celebrated in
Portland provided you have the cash.
Why are we popular? Be
cause we tell you every day,
the news of the world.
WILLIAM OWEN AND COMPANY PRESENT
"The Servant in the House"
By Charles Rann Kennedy, under auspices of
; Salem High School
One Night Only, Friday, January 21.
The Grand Opera House
- Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75c, Gallery 50c
Seat sale opens Thursday, 9. A. M.