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TTTF nATT,V nAPTTAT, JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1916.
If you have used Palm-
olive even once you know.
It's two for one tomor
row and as long as the
supply holds out two and will be the first to
cakes of your favorite use the coupon.
Palmolive for the price
Just tear out the coupon
that appears below. It's
, where the soap is sold
If you haven't, this is your
chance to prove the truth
of all you have heard
about Palmolive. To
make the acquaintance of
this great Palm and Olive
will buy you one cake 0 soapt
of Palmolive Soap if you
j buy another. You get two Take the coupon to any
j cakes for only 10 cents dealer that selte soap and
by presenting this free - he will honor it.
jit isn't necessary, here,
to dwell upon the e:cel
lence of Palmolive and
the qualities which make
it the great and favorite
1 1 upiiai .lourum special Merviee) i
Silverton, Or., Oct. Hi. Mrs. Harry)
Worinduhl anil baby who have been j
visiting at the John Quail homo re
turned to Monitor ' Friday afternoon.!
. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Kisenhart have
purchased tho CharlesfcBentson prop-
erty on East hill and moving overi
from Mill street this week.
Ralph Cesart who has been visiting!
at the Desart homes in this city since;
last spring left for Idaho the-first of
A baby girl arrived at tho Will;
Hnbbs home on Friday of last veek.!
Mrs. T. J. Davis has been entertain-1
ing her friend Mrs. Freston Jones, who!
departed tor her: homo at Cove Orch
ards on Tuesday.
.Mm Hawk has sold liis team and
cream huuling outfit to M. M. Uernian
and with his family pinna to move to
Medford Wednesday, where they will
The new cement aide walk at the
Christian church has ben completed
and is a much needed improvement.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson nud son!
Fred, who have been spending the sum-'
mer with Silverton relatives departed
for their home at Jamestown, M. V.-,
Mr. and Mrs, Johnson are parents of
Mrs. A. K. Wrightiuan and Lewis John
son of this city.
A pleasant afternoon was spent by
the Koynl .Neighbor club at the home of
Mrs. Emnia Cobb last Friday after
noon, Mrs. Mary DoCluTre. assisted Mis.
Cobb in entertaining the club ladies.
Mrs. Bessie Hennet has gone to Sa
lem where she has a case of nursing,
she expects to be nway indefinitely.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hartnmn, who
have been visiting relatives at Wnpa
netia returned homo the Inst of the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fisher were over
Sunday guests at their aunt's home,
Mrs. Knchel Taylor in Silverton hills.
Hen Zolnicr, who has been in the
employ of the Silverton Lumber Co.
.or several years, ami whose homo has
been the Hansen hotel, decided it was
not best tor man to live alone so hied
himself away to Mt. Angel Wednesday!
where he and Miss Frances Hrouke
were mnrired at the home of the
bride's parents. A short wedding trip'
to I'ortlnnd and up the Columbia high-
way followed the marriage. They are
nicelv settled in a cottage on Front!
street and reccivinir the cnniiri.f ohilinns
rof their innnv friends. . I
Dr. Brewer, whose death was men
tioned in the Capital Journal, was well I
known to older residents of silverton,!
having practiced medicine here in for
mer ears. Deceased was a brother-in-
law of Jack Khmer of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. 1'. Duino were pious
antly surprised last r ridav cvcniii'' hv i
I r in 1 HTfiAntv ni fl
uur LKAwruKU shoes I
1 Yoe WI
This coupon will be accepted (if presented within thirty
days' as full payment for one cake of Patntol've Snap when
: the holder purchases another cake at the regular price
Only one coupon may be presented by each family and the
name and aadress of the party receiving soap must be
signed in full to the following:
I hereby certify that I have this day purchased one cake
of JPalmolive Soap from my dealer and received one cake
of Palmolive Soap Free.
lOW? r'J DZAI.EISi Tkii c.i ... .III I. ntttmtl at Itc I. cut .it'll MU.Iiic.lllnti
ll am tt ftiine. linen, t.t B. I. J.iiim Sua I.e. Mil..ii, WImmm.
It ( .fit t. l.ll t-iai' arfdrfif . ft. iitrri Br It-j .arl rtcciilaf ll fc'l Few.
f!VtU HILL llfLil 10 ItullM CULrONS CUT flUH slHWimS rllUUSUi It DUUU. -
Stand on a Platform
of Honest Values
Corner State and Liberty Streets
The House that Guarantees Every Purchase.
shopping Friday. I
A pleasant social event of the week?
a lu'rge number of friends' represent ing ,' reception given in honor of Rev.j
the Artisan lodge who came to hell
celebrate the lioth anniversary of the
wedding of this jolly couple. A most
enjoyable evening was passed. .
Miss Viola Sherlock is spending the
week at flic home of her brother, How
ard, anil family at Xowbcrg.' .
Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hofstetler enjoyed
a visit from , the .Misses Avn Hiirliy and
Klva Fisher at the. week end. Miss Dar
by is wcihliug the copter at the Victor
I'oiut school and was en route home
from teachers institute at Salem.
r. and Mis. J. J. Tucker of YV. Vn.
and Mrs, A. (), White on Tuesday, Oct.
P A T K N T C
io. ii.v meinoesr or ins eoiigi'eg:iuon,
nlso-niuuv other friends. The fifth wed-; j,
.i: : , i i.. 1 "
oni iiuoiM-rsui i in un'se j;uon ioiiiie
was the inspiration for this happy
gathering. A bounteous wedding dinner
was served at nuon, afier which Kev.
Ilenriksen of I'nrtlaud, on behiilt' of
the many friends present, addressed the
bridal couple in a few well chosen
j words telling them of the jdeasure it
, gave each one to be able in n small
uieiiHiire to express the affection and
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A. M. WILSON',
:ill Victor llldg..
Washington, I). C. Xnv.lt
tut. ,iitii 4lwv f.ill r.i. tll.i'ii. li.iul.ii. mwl
arrived in this city Saturday. They are wif ,, ;,, imwuM ,,,;,, with nJ' uu'a"" I ,,SH""'
former Silverton residents mid lire in- V(.,.v sll1Hliniuj Bifl, f muv o,ne 1 ' "''I", .fccompaiiled by Karl
tending to make their home in this vi- ,oiJ , ,,, ,,., f l.ht.k) , ; I Jns and sister Miss Opal, were guest,
'.'' , . denomination. A social afternoon was "' " ' f(";,"0r ?
.1. r.. iiosuier nun it. merson were a- ,,,,,.,1. T. , l)f t0W11 Blll.MtH were ; ' ' " ul ' -
capitol city, business cullers K(,v Mri ,.n , ikMon of I'oillund,
Saturday. II. Siioooe ami Mrs. Tm.ir.l of Forth..,,! Ml"-. " "' N''"1 ,,. "WK
S. A. Xess who has been spending!,,,,, i r ,.. ..e i .visit lioni her mother, .Mrs. Ilronklor
several months in Montana returned
home the past week.
.'."St in. Joe tllesoii. who is visiting her
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. II. DeCuiire, re
ceived a letter from her husband in
eastern Oregon stilling thut their home
burned down last Saturday with all
their bedding, dishes, etc. Their furni
ture very fortunately was still stored
here as they had not decided on a per
Mr. mid Mrs. Logan and baby daugh
ter of The Dalles were week end guests
at the home of the former's parents
near Evergreen school house.
Clove l.iiiscott and Miss Olive Hep
burn of Snlcin were uiiirricd Friday and
left for Kiireka, Oil., Sntiirday where
they expect to make their future home.
who left lor her home at La tirau le
WILSON CARRIES 0. A. 0.
Those fiom here to attend the iiumtnl
district convention of the I'nited Lu-I
theran church at Cauby last Sunday I
were Mr. ami Mrs. M. (I. (Iiindcrson,
Mrs. II (.'. 1'aulsou ami 'Mr. and Mis.! .,. . . ..
I II Merison (Oregomnn Special) .
"'.Mr', iitid Mrs. IVarl Wood are re. ,. Oregon Agricultural College, Corvnl
joicing over the arrival of a baby:'"'' ""v canyiiss of the g.rN
ilnuiihter at their homie on Wednesday " soioniy nl,u
1 1 till-v 1 1 nt till) returned from ensteiu
Oregon and Washington Saturday,
where he has been working the past
Mrs. Mary Hlnckerby was honor
guest in her own home Tuesday, after
noon when n goodlv number of her
bibhouses on the camiius gave M'l.'t
votes to Wilson, L'll.H for Hughes and -for
The fraternities gave Hughes Ins is
against S.'l for Wilson. The clubs nrin
oppositely inclined anil voted 77 fir
Wilson to tiU for Hughes. The vote in
the sororities was for Wilson, 24 to l-S,
and the girls' dormitories helped to
irieiids came to remind her that she!
' lni.l r,.i. I III,. T ill, mile all. lie n .., I ! SH I'll t ie V llson tlltlll llV L'lVlIlL' lliril
Mrs. John Haines nccoiuiiaiiied bviii,,,,, i,, I,,., i St i I'm;,,.. 120 votes, which exceeded the llunhrs
her dnughter, Mrs. Frank linpo, wore ,iiii.T. A delicious luncheon was pre-1 faction bv II Votes. Waldo Hull went
over at tho county seat doing some , nr.(l by these nunc friends mid a hap- Den ratic by I'.' votes and Cuitthn n
was for Hughes with one vote to spam.
Mt. Angel News
afternoon in honor of Miss Bronkel.
Mr. and Mrs. ' I'uger enjoyed ' a visi
for the unut kpaIi ft-imi tlmiv iln,,,liln
of Hillsboro. " ! V,'V- T- Yarl""" ai"1 ?umi? ,,av'
i..... n '.i.i t, : 1 moved to liide'peudence. Mr. Yarncs
(Capital Journal Special Servie.j.)
Mt. Angel, Ore., Oct. Hi. Jfrs- Sech-
tem of 1 ortlauil has been visiting some, , . ' ' was appointed tp Independence church
ed to her home last Thursday. ! Mf: Mike Se.huffer and Mr. Frank Hishop Matt S. Hughes, who con
Mr. J. Keber went to Portland on bu-!Wa""'r leff ",or California -Tuesday j ducted the annual eonferenco at X,eba
hiness Thursdav, while there he pur- inhere they ill remain for a number of ; non recently.
chased a new Kissel Knr. j months. West Salem school, wag closed the
A pretty wedding took place Wednes- "'J" oresters of Salem and first three days of this week as Folk
lay morning nt 8:.I0 o'clock in the St. j oouonrn eame up to attenn tne meet-, eoiuity teachers institute was in ses
5!ar''a chuich. The bride was Miss "1? wnien was new nunoay atternoon.
Frances Bronkey and the groom Mr. Ben! Tl".v report, of having had. a very en-Zollner-
Their future home will be in j j"-v,,ble
hilverton. . Tnc Misses Mary and Tillie Overroed-
A miscellaneous shower was given at ter of Fortlaud, are here visiting with
the home of Miss Anna Oswald Monday friends for a number of days.
'1 Tile Foresters and Kev. Father Bom-
EVERYBODY NEEDS .g01
PURE, RICH BLOOD Fruitland News
sion at Dallas,
The little duuithter which, arrived at
the Kd Decker home reeentlv weiuhed
nine pounds, and has been given the
name or erla Arlene. Mother and child
are doing well,
- The teachers for our school this year
are Mrs. Frank Gibson, principal; Afiss
Florence Corey, intermeilinte, and Miss
Arlene Keunett, primary. Marion Moore
is janitor and haw been very busy stack
ing the season's wood in the school
Tt . , . ., , . . ' r .ormi-iii, j ne wwii nun noiignr 01
jure moou enaoies iuo hiuuihc.i, (Capital Journal Special Service.) ''eo. Tobin.
liver and other digestive organs to do Fruitland, Ore., Oct. Hi. Mr. With ! The Kev. .T. W. Warren and fnmilv
their work properly. Without it they ;m'i barn near here burned a few nights 'are getting nicelv settled in the Metli-
are sluggish, there is loss 01 appetite, ago. odist parsonage. Mr. Warren comes to
sometimes fatntness, a deranged state I ""'' Mipervisor wm. Knplinger is .this circuit from Falls City. He is a
of the intestines, and, in general, all ."inving a fill put in place of the bridge, student at Kimball college. He has
the symptoms of dyspepsia. near Mr. Simpsons. two sons attending Salem high school
Pure blood is retiuired by every , K,,,e"r Benaett is at home again aft- and one in Washington junior high.
..rgan of the b.dv for the proper per- " .w"'ki"K "ev,,r81 KeeU ,u urb- .Mr. W.rre. , conducted his first ser-
fJ ;,a i; ' . in farm. vice in West Salem to a fair sized eon-
formanee of Jts runetions. Mr J(llln rari im,r0vig under I grcation. At the close of the meeting
Hood s Sarsapanlla makes pure Dr. Fisher's care. officers for the Sabbath school were
blood, and this is why It is so Site- jfr. Emhert is the proud father of a! elected as follows. Snpt. Mrs. Warren:
eessful in the treatment of SO many ;baby boy. but the mother is quite sick . Asst. Supt. Mrs.T. L. Hunt, Sec. Miss
diseases and ailments. Its acts di-j with leakage of the heart. Dr. Fisher is ; Dorothy Miller, Treas. Mrs. J. H. Bed
reetlv on the blood, riddinff it of the attending physician. j ford, chorister Mr. Warren, Jr., or-
ECrofulous and other humors. It is I Fruitland farmers are biwv getting, ganists. Misses ltuth Bedford and Jo-
peculiar combination of blood-pun- j their crops in. digging spuds, etc., while launa James and Mrs. Albert Linegar.
fvine, nerve-toning, strength-giving j ,h' e00'.1 weather lasts. The city conn. il had a culled meet-
.k,in. rt it fnni- Carrol Runner and Oraee Baker werejing Friday night when matters iiertnin-
u married last Sunday evening. n.g to the welfare of our little burgj
Ceo. Tobin and Mrs. James Shields
who have both been ipiite ill are recovering.
New Books at
the Public Library j
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