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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1916.
"Salem's Big Department Store"
A DETERMINED CLEARANCE of
WOMEN'S STYLISH DRESSES
Warmth and Comfort for the Boy 5n
. one of these ;
"Xtra Good" Brand Overcoats
New pinch back models that v.jil
please in all respects. You'll make
no mistake in choosing one of these.
We also show an excellent assort
ment .of .BOYS' MACKINAW'S, in .
sizes up to twenty years. . . ;
Flannel Shirts for Men and Young Men
An excellent cold weather garment; V
Jn .. several weights; . grays,; blue,!'
brown, tan, olive , and light mottle
gray., Priced . $J.50 and lip ';
Special Sale Prices on Children's Coats This Week
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QUALITY AND SERVICE
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J: Jtate House News y
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- Arguuu'ntsJu.. the murder case, of . the
. tate of Oregou against Anna , Booth
and . William Branson, convicted in the
circuit court ior Yamhill county of kill
ing ftlrw-Booth's husband, will be heard
Ayrouuj iu iiitt supreme cuuri lor ure-
irZ i&r-i t.STyi-i hf achools.-of the state.
U'0,t ri" n.VhB Y,l"hV-lV5",'i: J Pitres. show the forest despoiled
5 "J" n Hn,, mn Burdottoj of by .fire and the' niagnifieon ' strTtehes
McM.nnvilhyare representing the ap- htiH untouched.' '
it-imiun nuu juorney -ucucrnr urown
uu'd W. R. 7.7 Connor the State of Ore-
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..' :The brief of the case states that the
dead body. of. William Booth .was found
after 3 o'clock In the afternoon along
toe -bank -of-the WillnmeUe river with
a -gunshot wound which entered the
wrist,' passed into the trunk, through
. the heart, through a lung, and fractured
a rib...... r ...
v W. H.' l.vlle. state vi.l..i1i,u,i.... u.m
was ill southern Oregon on business, is!
uacK at nis office. He visited Ilnrnev
connty, Lake View, Hcnd and other
- plhcea iu his survey of the sanitary con
ditions. He says that everything is look
ing good in that portion of the stutc
and that the animals are in excellent
ermne. esnecinltv the mnvt mtimniu
Theee he suys are attacked frequently
by horse suit cattle thieves, but efforts'
ore being made to free the country of j
that species of vermin
Pamphlets containing the statements
of the candidates are practically com
pleted and will be soon ready for the
mails. About 2),ooo of these hnvc
been prepared and each voter is due to
Htute S.-hnnl Siuw.rintnn.l..iit Pl.,.....l.;ii
is iu Koseburg attending the annual
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llniiirlm county, which is in session
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. From
Koseburg he will go to Hillsboro, where
j OLD EYES MADE YOUNG
Let us help you to see as you used to see possi-
bly as you never saw before. .
X Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
208-209 Hubbard Building
Garments that formerly sold up
t wo. -Your Choice $9.95
Dresses of Silk, Wool or Pongee,
in pleasing, styles and colorings
See this big rack of dresses up to
$moo, ......clearance Price $9.95
Clearance of Women's Dressy
Formerly Priced up to $10.00
Beautiful Waists of Net, Crepe de
Chine, Georgette Crepe, Taffetas,
Messaline, etc., in plain and fancy
effects Your Choice $3.95
Another lot, Women's -Waists. . .
Your Choice $2.39
hewill attenci the Washington eountv
teachers' institute. He in billed for ad
dresses nt both-the institutes and will
be ke'nfliuiiV'ffii' ui 'ti,-
fiour weeks visiting others throughout
hid niuiu. -... . -i
I One hundred or' more lantern' slides
depleting condition of Oregon forests
have been prepared' and other picture
are' bcingtnken and will; be, prepared
foia like purpose by the' forestry ."de
partment ..of , the ' state - of Oregon for
, Oovernor James Withvco'iube is sched
uled to give an. address before the meet
ing of the Baptists Tuesday evening,
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(Articles of incorporation filed with
the eorporntiou department this morning
were: The Denmark Farmer's Store, of
Denmark, Ore, with a capital stock of
ifcS.OOO; the Bucon Kstnte enmpanv,. of
Portion.)! tha lt....v. '
jpnny, with hendqunrters at Portland;
miniipuif niary articles of incorpora
tion by the " Dri Fresh " company,
which changes its name to the "Witten
berg King company. "
MOB HANGS TWO NEGROES.
: Paducah, Ky Oct. HI. Frank Kin
lev. nci.ro. iilenlifi...! I... M r-....
,;0.'"' aH "IP w' attacked her last
"''".Vi and Jesse. . Thornhill, negro.
thing, were taken from jnil by a mob
of 2,000 men today and hanged. Their
boiliivs were burned,
MILK UP ONE CENT.
rittsbmg, Pa., Oct. Id. Milk was
advanced one cent a quart today in
Pittsburg and suburbs, following enpi-
tiilnti.in Uv Pitlul... A
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rne iicinauus or tnc nortnern Ohio
producers' orKanir.ntinn. The increase
in price is from 10 cents to 11 cents
We can't give you new
eyes, but we can make your
old ones as good as new
with a pair of our carefully
fitted glasses. We under
stand eyes and glasses; our
business is to fit the one
with the nthpr. ,
All Around Town
October 16-17. Degree of Hon
October 10-17 Lutheran Con
ference. October 17-20. Bar't state
convention, Salem. ' 1
October 23. Senator Chamber
lain at Cirand Opera House.
November 6. City . primary
November 7. Presidential elec
tion. ' Or. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu glasse-
correctly. U. S. Bank. Bid.'.
Attorney Fred S. Lamport is today
moving his law offices from 205 North
Commercial street to rooms 212 and 213
in the Hubbard building.
Hygrade cigars are Salem's best made
cigars lor 5. cents.
' Drink Cereo, the nquia food, the
Health drink. Ask your grocer. tf
. Gladwin Walters, of 673 North Com
mercial street, had his bicycle stolen
Sunday evening. The theft was report
ed to the police station and the police
are looking after it. The bicycle was
taken from the front porch;
Dr. F. H. Thompson now specializes
in ear, eye, nose uud throat, 414 Bank
of Commerce bldg. oct21
An address will be given tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the W. C
T. IT. hall by Airs. Frank Frickey.' Her
subject will be "Prophecy, Daniel 7
and Rcvclntiohs 13." the public is cor-
' Chicken pie supper '
church Wed. eve, Oct.
aiid 30c; ' ' '
IS. Prices l.'ic
- oct 17
I- A seven room modern house on Lin
coln. street was purchased last week by
Joseph H. Albert ' ' from Clarence A.
Young, of Portland.' The property was
bought as an investment and the dcnl
as bundled by W. H. Crabeuhorst
Company. . .
' Special 2 lb. packages Queen table
salt iia each, '6 for 2"cts. Win. Oahls-dorf,-.the,'
store of houseware, phone
67.. ' . oct!6
"The Kentucky Elk" will not be gir-
en. in Sfilem bv the local Klk l...l Tasl
was t.lni.nP.l.-:Ttrn vi,ir. nf NV.mW
...mo I'luuiicii. iiiu uutva ux ituvciuuvi , . ai'ii . - ,:,i:
3 and 6 had: already been set but nowloway onVtncrstJ; A' Ml-8 7 ,
n. 1..- i.- . ii.i i ! as toastmaster. Snfem was selected" as
tjic director got a job in California and
c.nnnot very well return to stage the pro
duction. i The dance of the year will be Thurs
day, night at the armory. -Tickets DOc,
. Come along with-your potato stories.
J rank ; l.iirk, living west of Qufnaby,
lainisj to hold the record as he lias-just
finished-digging 5(H) biishels- of potatoes
from a three acre patch and succeeded
in selling them at 00 cents a bushed.
all of which figures about $100 an acre
irom potatoes.. Next. . .
; Frederick S. Lamport, lawyer, has
moved o No. 2121.1, Hubbard bldg. tf
I The following parties. have enlisted in
the army of Ford automobile drivcrst
H. K. Olrastead, Salem Electric eom
ltany; C. Pemberton,-W. B. Hardy, E. O.
toff and Salem Fruit' company,. all of
Snlem;. L. Townsend, of Gervais; Har
rison Jones, of Gervais, and L. M. Ijine,
of the Cottage farm. 1
! Help! Help I. Help! Swell the crowd,
Thursday, night at armory swell the
funds of the. Guild of the Kpiscopal
i The thirdst of those who must
have . theirs .seems to . be increas
ing . as one expresi company ship
ped into salem 040 quarts . of
whiskey in August, but iu Septem
ber the number of affidavits filed was
710, which seems to indicate that 1.4:12
quarts were received, as orders are now
lor the full legal limit of two quarts in
The Modern Shoe Repair Co. is new
located at 4(14 Court St., 2 doors west
of old stand. Opposite Wells Fargo Co.
F. T. Wrightman, who was attending
to affairs on his farm in I.iun eountv
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ing for Hughes in Douglas eountv and!,,Bt 8nc ","."l,lc t0 nt,eml 8,'rv
southern Oreiron. arrived bnck in Sn-
lem in time to hear the ladies of the
Golden Special speak nt the Grand Put
urduy night. Regarding the political
outlook, he says it looks fino for the re
publicans nud that there is really no
question but what Oregon will be found
in the republican column after tho elec
tion. All persons interested in keeping Ore
gon dry are requested to meet nt the
Koynl lateteriB tomorrow, Tuesday
noon to discuss and outline nlsn. f,,,
the dry campaign. William H. Trindle, I
Chairman. (Pd Adv )
The United States National hank has
done for 1145 farmers whnt tliA rtnwrnf. 1
fice has been recommending, but which
the farmers failed to do, and that is the
marking with names aud numbering of
tnc rural man boxes that were not prop
erly br distinctly marked. The post of
fice department has had considerable
difficulty iu- delivering rural mail espe
cially when n substitute was put on the
work, as many boxes were not marked
at all or improperly marked. As the
formers did not follow the suggestion of
the fiostoffice to any extent, the I". S.
National bank came to the rescue aud
seut an expert painter out on the niue
rural routes and correctly lettered and
uumbercd 045 boxes.
j Paul Bassett, aged 16 years,' has pe-
titioifcd Judge William Bushcy of the
Marion county court to apoint ,.
J5. Bassett, his father, guardiun over
himself and his brother Cilcnn H. Bas
sett, aged 11 years. The mutter is be
ing adjudicated through V. H. Beeves,
The Marlon county Pomona grange
will meet at Jlacleay Wednesday of this
week, the morning exercises beginning
at 10 o'clock. All granges in the county
are especially invited to send represen
tatives as a program of more than usual
interest has been prepared in order to
make this one of the big meetings of
Don't wait to have that lyceura tick -
et brought to you. ( all 904.M.
The sum of 4758 was turned over to
the secretary of the Sulcm V. M. C. A.
today noon by the financial committee
in their campaign to raise funds for
the support of the Salem association
for the coining year. At the end of last
week the sum of 421100 hud been raised.
The Bum today was next the largest
yet turned in and was the largest in
point of people contributing. .
The Salem Rifle club will hold its reg
ular weekly meeting tonight at the old
armory over tho city hall. I.ieutcnunt
E. B. Moore will be officer in ehnrge
The rifle practice of the club will con
tinue at the Finzer range during fuir
weather and later will be held in the
old armory where two Reed automatic
indoor targets will he installed. These
targets will bIiow by- a f laslifrte exact
score made as the bullet strikes the tar
get. Heretofore it has been necessary
to examine the target after each shot.
The music stores are selling the lyce
um tickets. Get it now.
Mrs. Monroe Gilbert, who went to
the Albany Roundup and Willamette
Valley ' Harvest Festival last, week to
judge the art exhibition there, has re
turned and reports that some wonder
ful textile -nnd -eitibroidery work was
on display. She -is of the opinion that
the exhibit equalled those shown at the
Oregon Stat fairjund she was especi
ally pleased with the manner of display,'-which
was not crowded as was
the work at the 'state fair. She said
the art exhibit Was a credit to the
size aiid scope of the fuir.
The semi-annual meeting of the Odd
Fellows of Marion county was held Sat
urday evening, at Gervais, with an at
tendance of 33 members from Salem,
Chemeketa lodge, No.. 1. ' First degree
orK "8 l't y " .'"'
- ' 1 addresses were made by ju.tge i ai
g place for t
iug, ' to be. '1
the iiext semi-ali-
Saturday -iu Afiril "and arrangements
were made for a home coming week in
Salem this fall and a committee was ap
pointed' to have charge of the eveut
with J. A. Puttersoh as chairman.
! Mr! and Mrs: Harold Grady, celebrat
ed dancers, the big attraction Thursday
night, at Guild dance, armory.'
, No rainfall for 37 days is the record
of the present'drou'ght and if the weath
er man permits the sun to shine until
next Friday, the rilc'rtrd for-n-dry spell
in Oregon will be"equnled, and if there
is just "one morc'lay of fair weather,
the drv spell record for this time of
year will be beaten'. The weather records
in Portland show 41 dnys as the longest
dry spell tor this' time' of year. Al
though here was three-huudredths of an
inch of a precipitation on October 2, the
weather experts 'do' "not '.'consider a
drought ' broken Unless there is more
than five-hundredths of an inch of rain
fall. The river is holding at one foot
below the low water miirk.' ..'
CARD OF "tHANKS
'We wish to sincerely'thauk our kind
friends for their kindness, sympathy
and beautiful rioral' offering, during
the loss of our beloved husbnnd and
Mrs. A. J. Houck and family.
The funeral of Mrs. C. N. Matlock,
who was killed Friday morning in an
automobile accident just beyond the fail-
grounds, was held this afternoon from
the chapel of Webb & Clough and was
conducted by the Rev. F. T. Porter, pas
tor of the First Christian church. Buriul
was in the City View cemetery. Among
the relatives here to attend the serv
ices were K. T. Maul. ling of Silverton,
the fnther of Mrs. Matlock, two broth
ers, John and Charles Maulding, and a
sister, Mrs. I.. E. Klumpp, of Portland.
Mrs. Mne Ivv, who was seriously in
jured had recovered to such on extent
The Salem Rifle club now claims one
nan qualified as a sharp shunter and
four as marksmen. If. V. Doe is-the
sharp shooter and A. C. Mitchell, H
V. Doe, G. H. Mudge. F. A. Robertson
and K. T. Andrescn are the marksmen.
According to the rules of the National
Rifle association course, m marksman is
one who can make a score of 150 out of
a possible 200, .shooting slow fire 20
times at BOO vards and rapid fire 20
times at 200 yards.. A sharpshooter
m,iat mKie B "'"N1 of 1S0 0,lt 1'"'
sible 200 shooting five shots each from
200 vards ao 500 and 20 shots in skirm
ish line advancing from 500 to 200 j
vards. In this skirmish firing the shoot
R t be done while in rapid advance
'ne rargcis are cxposvu umj ot.
Frank Ford, brdther of Til Ford of
this city, who has, a farm north of
Salem, walked into-Justice Webster's
court this morning expecting to have
a complaint against" him for shooting
at a man named Jarrell, who was work
ing for him for some time past, but
was relieved to find that there was no
complaint. However, Frank Ford ad
mits he took the shot at Farrell, whieh
did no injury as the ballet did not find
its mark. According to tho story told
Roseburg Banker Loses Case
Before U. S. Circuit Court
Sun Francisco, Oct. 16. The United
States circuit court of appeals today
affirmed the ruling of the lower court
in tho ease of. Thomas K. Sheridan,
convicted at Portland, Dr., .March 30,
1915, of abstracting depositors money
from bis bank. The opinion was writ
ten bv Judge Hunt and Judge Gilbert,
concurred, but-Judge Hoss filed a dis
His Intent All Right
Portland, Or.. Oct. 16. Thomas B.
1 Sheridan, whose convictiou on a charge
of abstracting depositors funds was af
firmed by the I'nited States circuit
court today iu San Francisco, was ac
cused by the government of loaning
money to which he had 'no right while
president of the First National bank
of Roseburg, Or., befoTV it consolidated
with the Douglas County National
Sheridan is under sentence of five
years in the federal penitentiary at
It was alleged that ho took the in
active accounts of 30 or 40 old people,
depositors in bis bank, and risked them
in various commercial ventures.
According to Assistant United States
District Attorney .Kankin, much of the
cash was invested in two sheep ranch
es in eastern Oregon. Both projects
failed. Sheridan was said to be the con
trolling factor in both ranches.
Sheridan, according to Rankin, ex
pected to recoup his losses through the
sale of timber in an Oregon tract and
by the promotion of a real estate
scheme in Piedmont near San Fruncis-
co. Neither plan materialized.
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the finances of the Roseburg bank. As
a result of his inquiry the department
of justice iu Washington ordered that
Sheridan be prosecuted. Rankin' secur
ed an indictment against him ami then
obtained his conviction by a federal
Sheridan always protested that his
transactions were strictly honest and
that he fully expected to repay depos
itors.. The investigation, trial and con
viction caused a tremendous sensation
in 'he northwest.
Justice Webster, Ford thought that
Jarrell was about to leave and forbade
him taking anything about the place.
In spite of the warning, Farrell ke-pt
on preparing to move and came to the
tFord house last night,-when Ford fired
I Ab buv meeting V wit. t-lt-J twuutu luu
1 evening, the street committee will
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At the meeting of the city council this
recommend that the city engineer be in
structeil to prepare plans nnu specifica
tions for the paving of two blocks on
Leslie street, provided the petition pre
sented has been signed by the owners
of two-thirds of the property abutting
on the street it is proposed to improve.
OrviUe Baldwin, who has been with
the Frank S. Ward Drug store for the
past year, will leave Sunday to enter
the employ of the .Blaumauer-Frank
Drug .company, a wholesale house of
Portland. He will work in the pharma
ceutical department. Mr. Baldwin is a
registered pharmacist having passed the
state board examinations" last January.
Bundle day at the Commercial club
last Saturday was a great success as the
citizens responded with more than 200
bundles of clothing and shoes. As-soon
as the contributions have been assorted
and fumigated, they will be given out
to the needy. The generous response
of the people of Sulem is dulv nnnrecinl-
ed by the Salem Sociul Service Center
of the Commercial club. .
The Moose will elect officers for the
coining year at the meeting to be held
tomorrow; evening. Nominations were
niude at a former meeting but ns there
is no general contest on, the probabil
ities are that Benjamin Brick will be
elected dictntor, George Frazure, vice-
dictator; Thomas Burleson, inner guurd,
and Mr. Jncobs, outer guard. The ser-gcnnt-nt-nrins
will be appointed by the
The junior Artisans are arranging to
give an entertainment within a fen
weeks, under the direction of Mrs. Ella
Watt, who organized the lodge in this
city and who is now engaged in Port
land in junior Artisan work. They will
be assisted by the junior Artisan bund.
Members of both organizations, the
Court of Fairies and the Court of Leg
ends will take part in the entertain
ment. The Los Angeles Chamber of Com
merce is getting a line on what is doing
in jjther elties by sending out a repre
sentative, Miss Minta Easterly, who ar
rived: in Salem this morning. She has
charge of the visiting burean of the Los
Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Of
course, ner coming irom a couuiry use I wmen id t lit l ounge farm and flax
southern California, Miss Easterly was fields and later shown the flax opera
wonderfully impressed with the natural tions in the penitentiary . The workings
advantages of this valley, but at the and plant of the Sulcm Fruit 1'nion
same time considerably depressed when will also be shown., as well as the two
she become convinced that the many loganberry manufacturing establish
good citizens living here did not up- J metit. During their stay in the capital
predate the possibilities of a section j city, the boys will be in charge of Mr.
so favored as that in the vicinity of Sa- Areherd, assisted by the Rev. K.' T,
lem. Anyhow when she returns to her I Porter. Mayor llni iey o. White and
southern home she will report there are 'the Rev. .Hi'mes Klvin.' They will leave
some sections that are especially favor-j at !:.. iu the morning for Portland.
cd by nature but that the people liviufi)For the inst throe years the rjiiversityi
in mem uu iivi umoB iorv nu n imukc
of whnt nature has provided them.
REASON Ell To Mr. and Mrs. Howard
E. Rensoner at their home at 2045 1
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Delegates and Ministers from
All Parts of State to
Delegates mid ministers from all pints
of Oregon are in the city attending the
annual convention of the Oregon Bap
tist church. Today's session was giv
en entirely to a conference oi the min
isters, with the address at the Baptist
church to be delivered this evening by
the Jt,v w u KuI01 (lf u,,,,,. T,V
morrow morning- will be given to ad
dresses and papers to be read, followed
by short discussions.
The biinqucts oi the week will be
given Wednesday evening wherein the
men will be served at th Presbyterian
church by the men of that chinch, and
the women at the Congregational church
by the ladies of the church.
The program tor Tuesday morning and
afteriraam is us follows:
Tuesday Morning, 9 o'clock.
General theme "The Christian .Iin-'
Devotional service, Rev. C. K. Dull,
"The Minister and His Reading,"
Dr. W. T; S. Spriggs, Portland.
"The l'nstor us a Teacher," Dr. Geo
F. Holt, Salem.
"Freedom of Authority," Rev. J. B.
(Papers 20 minutes to hull' hour. Dis
cussion following the papers).
Tuesday Afternoon, 1:30 o'clock.
Devotional session, Rev. Arthur
General theme, "The Church and the
"The Church's L'se of Printer's
Ink," Rev, A. R. Willett, Baker.
"The Church and Comunmitv Re-
form,'.' Rev. K. R. Clcvenger, l'endle-
SAY AUSTRIA AS STATE
Leader of Italian" Cabinet
Says This Must Be Done
and Germany Curbed
By John H. Hearley.
.(Cnitc.l Press stuff, curresponde'iit)'
.Rome, Oct. 1(1. Austria must be de
st.roy.ed. lis a state and Germany de
prived of every thought of doniinnt
ing the world before .the .war can end,
SignOr Bissolati, civil commissioner for
war, socialist leader, soldier and "one of
the most, powerful figures iu the Ital
mil cabinet, told the t'hited Press to
day. . , . .
To consent to. pence now" would be
an act .of treason on the part of any
iinicu iiiuioii, ne ticciareci,
"I am convinced that' War Secretary
.loyd-.George's statement' to' the riiite'cfl
I rcss anil Premier Asquith s words 'in
the house of commons exactly interpret
the thoughts and express the firm re
solve of all the allies,'' said' the' Ital
ian cabinet member. ' . .
'"The pence to which the whole' world
aspires after so many horrors and sacri
fices must be real and lasting, not a
mere truce. Civilization must' safeguard
itself against attempts similar lo tile
one against which she is now reacting
with all her strength. This means that
we must create in Europe such condi
tions as to render it impossible. for Ger
many to resume her criminal designs.
"1. therefore, think that, any state
or states of the entente who would to
day harbor the thought of peace would
be guilty of an act of treason. Rather
than accept a peace contaminated bv
the germ nf other wars, it would have
been better not to embark on the pres
ent war at all.
"The deadly germ of war can only
be- killed by destroying Austria as a
state and depriving Germany nf
iery illusion of predominancy, 'it is nec
essary to pioclimn this fearlessly and
openly as Premier Asquith ami Llovd
Prize Winning Boys
To Be Here Tomorrow
The prize winning California boy
farmers to the number of 2S will ar
rive in Salem tomorrow morning at
7:15 on their trans itinentul tour
which will include a trip to the Atlan
tic const nud Southern states. Cpon
their arrival iu the city, thev will be
come the guests of the Commercial
club, in charge of the tourist ami pub
licity department of which Charles R.
An-hcrd is director. After a breakfast
at the Marion hotel, as the bovs are in
terested in agriculture, they win i...
j u i vitiuiMiilH I1HH neen ' 01 If mil? t 111 8 1
trip to the boys in California who made
the best agricultural record. On their
tour thev will be under the neraimnl
narge ot J roiessor
Professor H 11. Croclien.n I
I'liltmal work has attracted
nation wide attention.
SNOW IN MICHIGAN.
' alumet, Mich., Oct. HI. Three
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auoosv gnve i annuel a Ulizznru.
The Journal Doe Job Printing.
Lost, piece of green stone, about
two iticTies long, of no value to
anyone but owner as keepsake,
T. G. Bligh, V
And Get Your Reward.
Household , Furniture. Woodry
the Auctioneer will pay highest
cash price for same. Phone 511.
Consisting of FARM STOCK
The undersigned auctioneer V
has received instructions from X
J. 0. Gritton to sell nt public t
auction at tho J. W. Meredith J
farm which is located 4 1-2
niilos south of Salem on River- J
side road, turn to left at
Friday, October 20, 1916 J
J. O. GRITTON, Owner!
F. N. WOODRY Auctioneer. J
. . PIANO TUNING
First-class work. All kinds
of repairing'.' ' AIT work' guar
anteed... Twenty-five . years'
. experience. - Leave orders at
Wylie B. Allen Co., phono 1187.
' Beaidcnce phone 1405.
. . J. E. HOCKETT,
913 Highland Avenue.
When in SALEM, OREGON, ttoy it
' Free and Private Baths -
BATED: 76c, 11.00, f 1.50 , FEB DAT .
rhe only hotel in the business district.'
Nearest to all Depots; -Theatres and
- Capitql Buildings.
'.' A Home Away From Horn. '
" T. O. BLIGH, Pro.
- Both Thbnea. Free Auto Bu." :
. You have, swollen feet and. hand
Stiff,, achy ' joints! . Sharp -shooting
rheumatic pains torture-.yoiu You have
aching back, pain in the lower abdomen,
difficulty when urinating! , Look out!
'These are danger signals. J-TroubIe is
wiui your moneys. .Lric acid poisoning
in one form or another, lins set in. 31
may lead to dropsy ' or fatal Bright s '
disease if not checked. .
Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsules immediately. "They bio
an old preparation, used all over the
world for centuries, combining nature!
healing oil and herbs, well-known to
physicians and used by thousands in
their daily practice. The Capsules ate
not an experimental, makeshift "pat
ent medicine," or "salt", whose effect
is only temporary. They aro a stand
ard remedy, and' net naturally, gently
and quickly. But when you go to the
druggist, insist on getting the puro,
original Haarlem Oil in Capsules. Be
sure the name GOLD MEDAL is o
the box, and thus protect "yourself
New Yok City has the largest elei
tric sign in the' world. It is 2H1 feet
long and contains 3d Hi lamps.
V man gets almost as much pleasure.
out of keeping a secret as a woman gets
from telling it.
Is the Statement of This Salem Maa
Backache is often kidr.ey ache;
A common warning of serious kidnty
Stitch in Time Saves Nine"
Don't delay use Donn's Kidney
Profit ly Mr. Smith's experience.
A IT 1.,- -I. Mm T tit
Palemgays: ' "I have 'always founS
Dnnii q Knln
Bonn's Kidney Tills to be all that i
claimed of them and I am only too
glad to publicly recommend them to
otners who are in needier a good, r-j
liable kidney medicine. 1 have taken
Bean's nn v.i .....in.. I
I Boan's on several occasions, when I
have felt in need of a kidney remedy
aud they have always done mo good.
A few doses now and the keeps my
kidneys in good working order."
frice SUc, at all dealers. Don't sun-
w for a wany.remcdy-gct
lean's Kidney Pills-the' same thst
ir. Smith had. Koster-Milburn
I Props., Buffalo, X. Y.
Joua, WlBt AJ, Get Ec4uUt