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Cake9, pies, pastry the very names tempt the ap
petite. And when they are shortened with Cot
tolene the natural flavor and healthful goodness
become even more tempting.
Cottolene blends so perfectly with the flour and other
ingredients that the results are most gratifying.
Use Cottolene for all your frying, shortening and cake-making.
Your grocer will supply you regularly. It iu packed in pails
of various sizes for your convenience.
ESTSE FA I R B A N KSS5S53
AMID in artistic sotting of yellow
daffodils, the premieres of spring,
a large number of matrons gath
ered at the charming Kensingtons for
whirh Airs. H. K. Houston ami her
daughter, Mrs. Lilhuru M. Boggs, were
hostesses, Hutunlay anil Monilny after
noon. Both affairs were given it the resi
dence of Mrs. Houston, on South Com
The hostesses were assisted Saturday
l.y Mrs. 0. H. Weld), Miss Isabel Mc
tjilcbritrt, Miss Ruth Hoggs and Miss
Kdith Shaw and on Monday by Mrs.
Douglaa Minto, Mrs. Louis Josse and
Mrs. 1'aul Schmidt.
Their euests for both afternoons in-
rludel Mrs. H. L. Nteeves, Mrs. Kred
j.cgg, Mrs. Rolert Downing, Mrs. Kd
(jar H irtley, Mrs. William Mellilchrist,
Jr., Mrs. David Kyrc, Mrs. A. 8. Kaz
marek, Miss Miller, Mrs. Merlin Hard
ing, Mrs. Craig Marvin, Mrs. Carey
Martin, Mrs. Sherman W. Thompson,
Mrs. Kollin K.Tage, Mrs. Charles Fish
er, Mrs. George M. Brown, Mrs. Henry
K. Mcrwin, Mrs. K. Shaw, Mrs. K.
'ooke Button, Mrs. Liwreneo T. Harris,
Mrs. Carlton Smith, Mrs. Hal D. I'at
ton, Mrs. Charles K. Npaulding, Misr,
Florence McKinney, Mrs. Arm in Stoin
er, Mrs. Louis Josse, Mrs. Sanley Mor
gan, Mrs. Chester Cox, Mrs. J'aul
Schmidt, Mrs. Douglas Minto, Mrs. Mil
ler, Mrs. Louis Laehmuud, Mrs. Homer
tioulet, M.'rs. Roy Burton, Mrs. K. V.
Carlton, Mrs. (leorge Wood, Mrs. S. M.
Kndicott, Mrs. F. Jones, Miss Moore,
Mrs. James MeGilclirist, Mrs. Luflnr,
Mrs. H. E. Uolinger, Mrs. William Me
llilchrist, Sr., Mrs. C. H. Webb, Mrs.
limes Ciiiunoek, Mrs. W. IT. Habeock,
Mrs. Kenpimnu, Mrs. P. H. Nnyder,
Jrs. George Shaw, Mrs. li. J. Miles,
Mrs. Charles Jones, Mrs. Frank Turner,
Mrs. Heekman, Mrs. 11. C. F.plev, Mrs.
Krnest Hofer, Mrs. Fred Hteusloff, Mrs.
William Galloway, Mrs. George Bur
jiett, Mra. J. Bishop, Mrs. J. H. Cradlo
liaugh, Mrs. A. J. Koff, Mrs. Frank
ISchmidt, Mrs. L. K. Page.
lint out-of-town guests were: Mrs.
11. (I. Kinniett, Mrs. Frank ScUlonioier
nnd Mrs. Bebeo, of Woodliurn, and
Mrs. Albert Miuton, of Albanv.
Mr. snd Mrs. Asahel Hush went to
Portland yesterday to see the final
hoe koy game of the senson at the hip
)Kdiome last uight.
A charming bridge was presided over
yesterday afternoon by Mrs, Miltou
Meyers, her guests numbering about
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gannett had as
Iheir guests for the week end Miss Nell
h irt and Miss Helen Gannett, ot 1'ort
The T.iursdnv Afternoon elub, com
Kseil of ahout twenty-four prominent
matrons will share the eaarming hos
Vitality of Mrs. Hubert Hendricks and
Mrs. Fred Stewart, at the former V
liandwme residence on Summer street
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Davis entertained
the members of the Pvtliiin Sisters
club, and their husbands at an enjoy
able five hundred party Monday even
Totted plants and spring flowers
domed the eard rooms.
High scores were won by Mrs. W. B.
Summerville and Mrs. C. F. Harbour.
Mrs. Davis wis assisted in serving
refreshments by Mrs. ('. J. Olmstead,
Mrs. George Winehctl and .Mrs. B.
Circling the card (aides were: Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Ueehtel, Mr. and Mrs.
John Shipp, Mr. and Mrs. K. If. Ringo,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harbour, Mr. and
Mrs. George Winchell, Mr. and Mrs. W.
1$. Sumnierville, Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Schramm, Mr iiid Mrs. (.'. W. Davis,
Mrs. C. .1. Olmstead, Miss Hazel Olm
stead, Miss Myrtle Shipp, Miss Kline
Gilson and Miss Genevive Barbour,
Miss Mary Tischer, who is attending
the University of Oregon, spent the
week end with her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. H. F. Tischer.
Quickest, Surest Cough
Remedy is Home'
The Ladies' Industrial society of the
First Baptist church were delightfully
entertained Wcdiiosd.iy afternoon by
Mrs. Theodore Koth ami Mrs. S. R. Vair
at the home id" the former, 9-5 I) street.
After a business session a social chat
and refreshments were enjoyed by bout
twenty-five members of the society.
Mrs. R. B. Houston went to Wood-
bum today where she will be the guest
of friends and attend a five hundred
party for which Mrs. E. (!. Knimett will
be hostess tonight.
Siturdny afternoon the Ah-Muhi-Low
amp Fire girls held an election of of-
ers nt Airs. J. li. Shank s. Those
elected were: Esther Davies, president;
Grace Welboru, treasurer; Mi 1,1 red Case
reported. following the election re
freshments were served the members
present including: Mrs. A. O. David
son, guardian, and the Misses Ruth Pet-
Mildred Case, Mnriett.i Thompson.
hmilv I'lulips, Esther Davies, Grace
Welboru, Dorothy Davidson and Arelet
ta Bartlett. The preceding Saturday
the girls indulged in their first "hike"
of the season, going to the state indus
trial school, where thev were shown
DISCOVERY IN CHEMISTRY
This is ft recent discovery of Dootoi
Tieroo, who is liend of the Invalids'
llold and Surgical Institute nt Buffalo,
JJ. Y. Experiments at Doctor Tierce's
Hospital for several years proved that
there 18 no other eliminator of urio acid
that cau be oompured to it. For those
easily recognised symptoms of inflam
mationas backache, scalding urine,
and frequent urination, as well as sedi
ment u the urine, or if uric acid in the
blood lias caused rheumatism, it is
imply wonderful how surely "Anuria"
acta. The best of results are always
obtained in enses of acute rheumatism-
in the joints, in gravel and gout, and
invariably the pains and stiffness which
go frequently ana persistently aocoui'
nanv the disease rnnidlv disappear.
Go to your nearest drug store and
imply ask for a fiO-oont package of
Amine," manufactured by lr. 1'ieroe
or send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce for a
larjse trial package. If you suspect
kidney or bludder trouble, send him a
cample of your water and describe
nympUmis. iKwtor Fieroe's chemist
will examine it, then Dr. Pierce will
report to you, without fee or charge.
Kotk: French scientists allirin that
"Anoric" is thirty -seven times more
eclive than lithia In eliminating urio
acid, and is a harmless but reliable
rliMuioal compound thai may be safelv
iriveii to children, but should be used
duly by grown-ups who actually wish to
restore their kidneys to perfect health,
by conscientiously using one box or
more ia t-xtreme cases as "Auuric"
L thanks to Doctor Tierce's achievement
i by fur the most perfect kiduey and
Jjladdcr corrector ouiuiuauio.
Dr. Tierce's relicts are the original
Cttla Liver Tills. One little Pellet fol
, a laxative tbree for a cathartic,
John W. Minto Says Greatest
Obstacle Is Lack of
Speaking before the Progressive
Business Men's elub a few days ago in
Portland, John W. Minto, superintend
ent of the state penitentiary, noted the
tact tnat at present t lie inmates mini
ber 5ti0, an increase of 100 over one
"The most serious problem witU
which we have to contend is the ques
tion of employment," slid Mr. Minto.
"Our state laws are such that we can
not manufacture anything of any de
scription for sale that eonies in com
petition with free labor. We manu
facture brick and tilo but can sell it
only to stite institutions which is real
ly only a small matter. e are trying
to develop the flax industry in connec
tion with our institutions, but we will
employ only a limited number of men.
We are now using about 50 or tiO in this
"We do a good deal of farming and
cultivate about 09 J acres. This year
we will riise as much as possible of
grain, vegetables and fruit that can he
used either for food for men or for
stock. We have about ItOO head of hogs
which we will use ourselves. We milk
about ,'IH head of cows and get from SO
to Ko gallons of milk and make our own
butter. We have lbout 700 hens and
get close to 200 eggs a day.
"As to the men on the inside, our
hardest problem is to find employment
for them, which is almost impossible
under the existing circumstances. We
have men from all ranks of life, which
includes a percentage of those that
have no occupation other than tint of
being a criminal. Theso men are sec
ond a.id third termers and will never
be anything but criminals.
"We have fitted up a school room
tor the purpose of making an nonest et
fort to determine whether the prisoners
wish to improve tnemselves.
"We enforce strict discipline amonp
the men lint io not resort to my ot the
old time methods. We appeal to them
fo help better their condition aud there
by shorten their sentences.'
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Silverton, Ore., Mar. 7. Mrs. Pains
is enjoying a visit from her sister and
niece, who eunie from Minnesota on
Eaelly Prt-parcd la a Fw Mia- g vdii..s,lnv nf this week.
utta. Cfceaa but Unequal 4 1 Mis9 in'ez lliknell an.l niece. I.eta
&3S!)!&!XSS of Suthcrlin, Ore., came the
last of the week for a visit ut the
Some people are constantly annoyed ! George Burch home,
from one year s end to the other with ft I Kev. Hoseland was called to Whalen,
persistent bronchial cough, which is whol-1 jinn Hundnv bv the sudden death of
ly unnecessary. Hire is a home-made , u; futher
remedy that gets rigid ut the cause and! . , , . . ,,,
will miike vou wonder what became of it. I -Mrs- ii"'""-' -Mlll,r ,a rented the
Get -Lk ounces Pinex (50 cents worth) boarding and rooming house of Mr.',
from nnv diiiL'L'ist. nniir into a nint bottle Sacre near the denot. and will take
and ii 11 the bottle w ith plain granulated j possession on Stindav. Mrs. Space will
sunar svrup. Start taking it at once. sppnj some timP w"ith .r )iretlier in
Z:i K paging in
together, thus ending a cough that you business anywhere again,
never thought would end. It also loosens ! Mr. and -Mrs. Gary Hnyne-s, east of
the dry, hoarse or tight cough and heals j this city, entertained their friends, Mr.
the inflammation in a painful cough with ; and Mrs. C. V. Thompuson, for the
remarkable rapidity. Ordinary coughs j week-end
uie uuiiqut-reu uy ll in 2-t nouis or less. I
Nothing better for bronchitis, winter
cougns anu bronchial asthma.
'J liia Pinex and Sugar SvniD mixture
makes a lull pint enough to last a
family a long tins? at a cost of only 54
cents. Keeps perfectly and tastm pleas
ant. Kasily prepared, full directions
Pinex is a sr.ee Ih I and hichlv concen
trated compound of genuine Norway pine
extract, rich in guaiacol, and is famous
tne world over lor its ease, certainty and
promptness in overcoming bad coughs,
-best and throat colds.
Get the genuine. Ask your druggist
'or "2 ounces Pinex," and do not accept
invthing else. A guarantee of absolute
atirfaetion. or money promptly refunded,
oes with this preparation. Xbo Pine
Co., ft. Wayne, Ind.
Harry Ilassey, of Conconily, is in the
W. S. Walton is in Portland today on
Mrs. T. C. Jamil is here today from
.Mrs. O. G. Suver, is a visitor in the
city from Suver.
Robert Wainock is transacting busi
ness in Portland.
i vuii iciinuii. ifi oil wi lull, nan u ua
through the building. Eater i delicious lent visitor yesterday.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Fruitland, Ore., Mar. 7. Mrss Han
nah Eumbert went last Sunday for two
tr three weeks' stay with relatives in
Peter Smith is spending a few days
with his brother, John.
The old Nelson place will soon take
n new life as materials are being
brought there for that purpose. With
this place renovated and the im
provements on the road completed,
Fruitland will advance farther than
ever ia the beauty of its neighbor
hood. Mrs. Taiil Girod, of Quinnby, spent
several days visiting with friends in
Mrs. John V. Smith was quite sick
last week but ia now able to be up and
Miss Dorothy Ward is making her
home with the Bellamy family at pres
ent. John Skuhal was out for a visit with
Ham Gerig and family. Mr. Skubnl re
cently had tho deal between Sam Gerig
aud himself set aside by the court iu
which he gets the place back.
On St. Patrick 's day the business
aud social meeting of the Y. P. A. will
be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Otterbein is walking around tak
ing high steps, being a proud possessor
of a new boy, born last Wednesday.
Mr. Sara Gerig was happily surprised
at his home last week on his thirtv
secoiid birthday by a group of his
friends and neighbors. Cards was the
major entertainment of the evening.
preail was enjoyed under the tret's.
MrB. E. M I,aw. who has been visit-'
mg her dnugnter, Mrs. E. Gulvin in Jef
ferson, returned Saturday. She was ae-
ompniiied by Mrs. Gulvin nnd small
son, Robert E.iw Gulvin.
Wednesday evening the West Central
Circle of the Methodist church will on
tertain their husbands and families
with a dinner at the church.
Mrs. W. A. Irvin left Saturday for
Eugene where she will be tho guest of
Mrs. Harvey Wells spent the week
end in Portland.
Piles Cured iu 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure Itching,
Ulinu, Bleeding or rrotruding Biles.
First application gives relief. 50c.
Government Jobs Long
But the Pay Is Short
Civil service examinations will be!
held ill Seattle during the months of;
March nnd April for positions with thej
government pnying from ir7l!0 to $.1.1100 i
a yenr. The one advantage of holding j
a civil service position is from the fnct
that the job is a sure one provided thej
work is done fairly well. It takes con-1,
sidi nil le of n complaint to pry u man i
fri in n civil service position,
I nun the government s pavroll, it
may la seen just about how ''lij.h of
fiends regard n man s services Motn. i
T'or instance, a carpenter quul'l'i' d to
lead a baud may secure a position in
the Indian service paying $7.1 a mouth.
A mail wilh a fnir working knowledge
( Mtel'iinics is worth more as the gov.
or: tnont s payroll for n second class
sti inn engineer starts nt .t month
ai d l n motions in silit until J'r'O ,i
iroiith js reached.
School teachers in the Philippine ser
vice are good for ll.L'OO n year although
the fact is, native teachers are gradu
ally taking the place of those from the
Map eolorisls are not rated very
high from an official standpoint ns the
service offers but i0 a month o a
starter. Better be a skilled Inborn
qualified to act as elevator niRehi.iis!,
as this iob is listed as worth $".'
month. An agricultural biologist wi
pull down a salary of $125 a month.
I'rom the standpoint of the government,
the specialist gets the big salary,
KEWSY NOTES FROM
L. A. Cramer, of Corvallis, was a
Salem visitor yesterday.
A. P. Hoffman went to Goldendale,
Washington this morning.
Samuel Burke, a liveryman of Dal
las, wis in the city yesterday.
W. J, White, a business man of Dal
las, was in the city yesterday.
E. K. Piaseeksi, an attorney of Dal
las, wis in the city yesterday.
R. R. Hunch, one of the leading farm
ers ct the Rosediile district, is in the
Winthrop Hammond returned this af
ternoon from a week end visit iu Portland.
George I.ooney was transacting busi
ness in the city yesterday Irom i hilo
Mrs. Eiz.ie Miller returned yesterday
from l six month's visit at EdDorudo,
Dennis Donovan, bookkeeper for the
Siisnlding I.O'iL'inir company, at Black
Hock, was in Salem yesterday.
Walter Porep, special agent of the
Glove Cnderwriters insurance company,
wilh headquarters in Portland, is in the
Mrs. Xerison and Mrs. T.nndru were
Salem shoppers on Saturday of last
Henry Palnatier was an over Sunday
visitor of friends nt Estncada.
.Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Huntley and 'fam
ily left for their hqme in Minnesota,
after a pleasant five weeks visit at the
Andrew Peterson home. Mrs. Huntley
is a sister or .ir. I'elerson.
The O. J. Seim family aro enjoying
a visit from Mrs. Seim's brother, G.
B. Styve, of Albert l.ea. Minn. Mr.
styve may settle in this vicinity if he
can find a suitable location.
Miss Josie Gottenberg, of Mt. Anrrol
is visiting at the homo of her sister.
.Mrs. Alfred Booth.
T. W. I.usk left for T.a Grande. Oie
oil Wednesday, called there as a wit
ness in a law- suit.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Shoales left
for their home nt Hubbard the first of
the week. Mr. Shoalcs came to attend
the teachers' institute, and Mrs. Shoales
spent a Tew davs with her mother in
the Silverton Hills.
Miss Mattie Erickson is home from
Portland for an extended visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Erickson.
t,. .V Unvts, of Hood River, and I.. H.
Hurt, of Oklahoma, have been guests
at the home of the former's father.
F. P. Davis, west of town.
The T. E. Preston home was the
scene of a merry gathering last Fri
day night. When a goodly number of
friends gathered to help celebrate Mr.
Preston's birthday. The evening was
pleasantly passed in playing games and
music. Mrs. Preston served a delicioc.y
supper and a fine time is reported by
A wedding anniversary at the Frank
Syring home Inst Saturday night was
enjoyed by all the neighbors along First
street near where they have lately
moved. The party was' in the form of
a surprise and as a welcome to them in
the neighborhood. A shower of tin
was given Mr. and Mrs. Syring nnd re
freshments brought by ' the guests.
Games were played and' at a late hour
the last wishes for many more happy
anniversaries were said.
J. W. Yoder. of Marqunm. motored
to our little citv Inst Saturday.
Mrs. Delia M. Young, who is well
known to many Silverton people, lias
gone to Oregon City, where sh" V
onenert a rooming house. Mrs. Young
visited friends here the Tirst of the
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Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Al.
Meyers, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Meyers, ' Wplfnrd spent last Sunday with Sal
Mr. and .Mrs. licorge Ulecn, ilr. and """us.
Mrs. t. llellwnin. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wil-1 y l.ibhy, accompanied liv G. V
liaums, Myrtle, Mildreth, Edna and Humphreys, were in the city from .Te'
Harvery Meyers, riaymond, William, Jerson last Saturday. Mr. Humphrey
Rolf and Waldo Kleen, Kred Gerig,
Mrs. l'aul Girod and Nicolas flerig.
The small children at school have
purchased for themselves a teeter-board
und also intend to get -some swings.
Next (Sunday evening a special pro
groin has been prepured by Miss Friseil
la Ottel'beiu, who wishes to announce
to the public the debut of the married
ladies' chorus. Other interesting num
bers are also on program of partbcrilar
TO BOSS THE SMELTER
Blnck SUk Stnvo Polish
Is di1trtnt It (lops not
(try out; can be uihhI to the
I rut drop: luiuitl and ptwtte
on quality. BltuoliXi'fy no
utr: notiimt onltrt. VoU
Kd your UMuoy i wurtn.
Tneomn, Wash. Mar. 7 F 11. V.rown
ell, president of the Federal Mining
and Smelting company and a director
of the Amerioii Smelting and Refin
ing company, elected nt the animal
meeting of the comp iny today.
lirownell succeeds R. R. Rust, whose
resignation was tendered several
months ngo, although not formally ac
cepted until Hrownell's selection.
Black Silk 1
ft not flnlv tnont twnowltm). but (t fft
1 unliti tlHl tiirnul Motit.iIinl Wit li nnf
otl,r .'ltit. ttliu-k yak hlvvu 1 olihh dtH-a mt
rot) ctr - it um lotir a ii.k m oniituuy
polish -wi il mvwi wu Unto, writ tuvU muiiey.
Don't forsot wlwn
VK rnr uibl'K uk. ii ii
tlii- lX3t:ovopo.uih vou evi-r
UM.fi - your dmiui' will mUUtl
Black Silk StoT PolUh
Workt, Sterling. Wkm
ITw Btck fitlk Atr ly.t.
Iron Ltiiurl ,vn ifT.iU'n, r--intiTM,
Hiovv-p ihh, aiiil aitto
nuitnle tire urns, i'n.vu.u
rtutitiK, Ity it.
wnrt) or brum. 11 work
tiM(tyt viiy and lnvi
brillmnt aurfiMw. It hu i
i-MUtti I of ttaw ua autonabtltia.
(Capital Tournal Special Service. 1
A Tew friends of John Fabry, .lr
gathered at his home Saturday nigh
iu honor of his birthday. All enjoyed
a food time.
Mr. I,. Bulgin was in Salem Tr''
Mr. A. T. Wain, of Suleiu, was in the
Mr. Kdwnrds and Mr. Sheppnrd were
Miss Sadie Smith is visiting near
Hot Water for
Telta why everyone should drink
hot water with phosphate
in It before breakfast
lleadiche of anv kind, is caused
auto-intoxication which means self
poisoning. I.iver and bowel poisons
culled toxins, sucked into the blood,
through the lymph ducts, excito the
heart which pumps the blood so fast
that it congests in the smaller arteries
and veins of the head producing vio
lent, throbbing pain and distress, called
lieidache. You become nervous, de
spondent, sick, feverish and miserable,
your meals sour and almost nauseate
you. Then you resort to acetanilide.
aspirin or the bromides which tempor
arily relieve but do not rid the blood
of these irritating toxin.
A glass of hot water with a teaspoon-
ful of limestone phosph ite in it, drank
before breakfast for awhile, will not
only nasi! these poisons from your J'S-j The engin
i - dp
' . I
You nerA Merit
Vanilla if you are.
It'a the greatest aid
to good baking you
can have. A 2 5 c bottle
goes further than any other.
Buy at Yctrr fracas Today
tern aud eur you of headache but w ill
cleanse, purify and freshen the entire
Ask your pharmacist for a quirter
pound of limestone ilio,,'"''.ui. it is in
expensive, harmless a sugar, and nl
most tasteless, except for a sourishj
twinge which is not unpleasant.
If yon aren't feeling your best, if
tongue is coated or you wake up with
bid taste, foul breath or have cold", in
digestion, biliousness, constipation or
sour, acid stomach. legin the phosp'uat
ed hot water cure to rid your system
of toxins and oiiona.
Kesults are quick lad it is claimed
that those who continue to flush o'.it
the stomach, liver aud bowels every
Btorning never have a headache or
know i miserable moment.
in eoitor or tne . etfersnn Rnv i
Mr. l.ibhy is out for county commission
er of Mnrini, county.
John Wilsey, our genial Ro
man for the south half of Marion coun
ty, has been awarded a handsome gold
medal by the W. T. Rawleigh company
in recognition of the success he has
achieved in conducting his business.
This news will be welcome to his mniiv
patrons who have complimented him nil
the steady growth of his himimxu n.i
who know that he hns won 1,;., l.n..
by honest effort and stick-to-it-iveneys.
While Mr. Wilsey is proud of his prize
he is still more proud of the r.tanding
with the people of this community who
have helped him to earn it.
Attorney Robert II. Downs, of Port
land, assisted by Judge J. M. Brown, f
this city, is working on a history of the
Mr. and .Mrs. G rover Yntes and chil
dren have left for Portland, where Mr.
Yates has employment. They expect to
Ralph Service, who ts a student of
the. I'. of O., is spending the week tin- i
der the home roof.
Mrs. Henry Schroeder is recovering!
nicely front her long aud serious ill-'
Omar Pigerness and T,. Tansen were!
at Woodburn last Saturday night where!
they tripped the light fantastic at the-
j big firemen 's ball. i
, Miss Clara Womdahl was n guest of
j friends in this city the last of the week. I
; The Silverton Lumber company hill'
has shut down for three weeks to do
the annunl repairing and cleaning:
quite a number of men have left to ,
work in other mills or camps, but there:
will he employment Yor a good many
arouud the mill, assisting with the re-1
pair work, in the meantime. j
Dr. E. t'hnse, of this city, who hasi
formerly been meat inspector for the'
city of Poitland, has lately been ap
pointed t hief meat inspector and bay i
already taken charge of that work. j
Much interest is being manifested j
these days as to whether or not we arej
to have the much talked of mill that is
to be built by the Silver Falls Timber!
company. W. C. Woodard. general man-
nger of the company, was in the city
Monday, but made no definite state-1
merit as to the location of the new mill.!
rs nnd surveyors arc at '
Jacobson on Wednesday afternoon.
Willis Cooley has returned from the
hospital at Salem where ho went for
special treatment for injuries sustained i
while working nt the Silverton Lumber !
company mill, lie is getting along fin i
at the present writing. 1
Jimmie Pettit got in a mixup wi"
his delivery team Wednesday and ii
some way during the fracas he received
a badly bruised leg and had one finger
Mrs. Ben Hofstettor entertained the
r.oval Wromcn's class of the Chri-
church at her pleasaut home on Ihurs
day of this week.
Joe Brosig has returned to Cathala
met. Wash., where ho has beeu work
ing in a logging camp, after a very
joyanle visit with tne Silverton rela
tives and friends.
Mrs. Oscar Tinglestnd left On Mondii'
morning for her home at Dceorah, Iowa,
after spending a few days with her litis
band's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Tr
Mrs. C. C. Bliss was over Yrom Sa
lem the last of the week visiting old
friends. She expects to go to
Walla, W7ash., soon to join Mr. Bliss,
who is already there, he having beer
transferred from Sa'em to that citv.
is a term complimentary to any wife;
hut how few now-a-days deserve the
compliment! f ill-health prevents
women should remember that there
is one tried and true remedy for their
ailments, that is Lydia K. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. This medicine
made from roots and herbs has for
forty years been alleviating the suf
fering of women, making them healthy
and strong, and better wives nnd
Buy that new Spring Bonnet
until you have your face toned
up, lines and superfluous hair
removed. You will look ten
years younger. Try one and be
If your hair needs attention,
or you are bothered with corns,
we can help you there, also.
Shampooing, all Beauty Culture
work. Prices right, consultation
Open Saturday evenings.
o01 Bank of Commerce Building,
Phone 3f3 Salem, Ore.
WEDDERBUEN IS SAFE
Gold Beach, Or., Mar. ".Although
the water system of Wcddcrbiirn wrs
demolished the earth slide which threat
ened to precipitate the little town into
the mouth of Rogue river had apparent
ly hulled today. Believing the danger
over, residents returned to their homes.
Today what is home
work and after they finish, the ques
tion will be settled. As the coining of
another mill here would mean so much
for nil, the business men as well as the
workiug men are looking forward to
the decision with much interest.
Another "tin wedding", or tenth
anniversary, was celebrated lit the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stewart Mon
day night and was one of the most en
joyable events of the week. This wss
also a surprise on these good people and
the -spirit of happiness and good cheer
prevailed throughout the evening. They
received many nice presents of tinware
and a bounteous supper was served by
The I.udies' Aid of Lutheran Svnod
church met at the home of Mrs. J. 11.
Go where you may to the
little cottage, to the ninnsion,
to the farm house, to the min
ing camp, and even aboard
ships and you will find a
Vietrola not just a talking
machine, but n Vietrola
there is a marked difference.
The Vietrola is a combina
tion o'f all artists aud all in
struments great singers, the
most famous instrumentalist's,
the leading bands and orches
tras, the foremost entertainers
and to dance by it is the
handiest music ever ulways
The I UK) Vietrola.
Now, you can bare all this In your home. Victrolas are priced
to suit all aurses from $15 up, and on the easiest terms. Be like
jour friends and neighbors, and get a Vietrola today.
Wiley B. Allen Co.
521 Court Street.
R. F. PETERS, Mgr.