eigih THE- DATT.Y CAPITAL JOTTHVAT,. SALEM. OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1916. VOTING PLACES OF THE ELECTION NOV. 7, 1916 3156 f II y n 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 6-?' alt : -dL( Mi Horsepower New Series Mod.l 7J B 635 Kodxr 620 Amazingly Comfortable They like its power ifs the world's most powerful low priced car. Everybody concedes its beauty. It wins on economy. But its roomy seats, deep upholstery and easy riding cantilever springs These things make it so amazingly comfortable that people can hardly believe their senses. You wouldn't think that a small, light, economical, low priced car could bo so comfortable. But come in and let us prove it to you. D. MISNER, Agent, 245 South Commercial Street, Phone 97 The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio "Mia la U.S. A.'? Woodburn News ,'ea party consisting of "gills only '. Vera Woklheter, Minnie Margrusen, w given by Miss Edna Miller Tues-iN'ell and Gladys Gibbons. Nellie Mc- C.nW.1 JW...J fis.i k..,.i ry rn'"K- Those enjoying the even; Cormi.k, Margaret dicks, Florence Ev CapUl Journal Special Service) ,ing were Gertrude Brown, Daisy Me- ans, Grace Blackburn and Edna Mil Wo.lburB. Nov. 4 A wily Hallow-jp-rew, Elirabeth Van Gordon. Helen audi ler . Ta "aa ran ' TH'TTIX YJ T7 "i T7 TT" TTv JACK i n II II II II II II (i II II l I I II II II ! 1! III IS Converted Gambler Hear Him at LCbarch I ghi OTuday Mi and Every Night Next Weel ii ii ii ii ii ii ii Oscar D. Olson, who is attending Wil lamette, was home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Manpin and son. Poyle, are visiting their son, E. 11. Maupin, in Portland. A. E. Adams is visiting friends in this city; He has been on his farm in Waits, Wash., for some time but ex pects to make his home in Portland now. John McKay of St. Paul stopped off in Woodburn Saturday on bis way to Salem in his ear. H. H. Bushnell. editor of the Oregon Farmer, was in town last Thursdav. Mrs. W. W. Chapman who has been attending her mother, who is ill in Portland, .V ., returned home Satur-dav. E. Bristow Hendricks, who has been visiting his brother. XL L. Hendricks of this city, returned to his home in .Spokaue, Wash., Wednesday. George Stoddard of Mt. Angel attend ed the dance in Woodburn Saturdav nieht. Mrs. John Tweedie of Pendleton and Mrs. Frank Bonney of Portland were guests of Mrs. Robert Scott last week. Mr. Hodges, editor of the Donald Record, visited in Woodburn Mondav. Miss Macklin. teacher in high school spent Saturday in Portland. Miss Nora Beck and Miss Mary Seol lard gave a farewell part for Miss Hazel Bitney, who left Wednesday to enter the training school for afffbes at the Good Samaritan hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mulkev and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mulkey visited with their sister, Mrs. Rowcn'a Bonney, last Wednesday and Thursday. H. L. Bents of Aurora made a busi ness trip to this eitv Tuesdav. Mrs. .1. D. Wilson and Mrs. M. L. Hendricks went to Hubbard Fridav to visit the W. R. C. Mrs. Minnie Burncss and Mrs. Rob erts returned to Seattle last Friday, af ter spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Willsey. Mrs. A. .1. Rapp of Nevada City, Cal ls visiting with her brother, W." S. El liott. Joe Henkes left Monday to have his arm treated in Chicago. Mrs. Clara Morris of Owatonna, Min nesota, visited friends and relatives here last week. From here she went to Seotts Mills to visit her sister, Mrs. W. W. Tail. B. F. Hall came up from Xewport Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hadlev and daughters, Dorothea and Celia, and Mrs. Wipancie motored from Portland and spent the Sundav with Mrs. A. Franklin Barrett. Geo Bonney went to Vancouver Sat urday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Olson left Wed-1 nesday for Shepards Hot Springs fori the benefit of Mrs. Olson's health, whoi has been suffering with an attack of rneumatism. ; Mae Smith left for Phoenix. Arii.; Wednesday after spending the summer: with his mother, Mrs, T. P. Soules of this city. The Koffee Klatsrh were entertained by Mrs. i, H. Beebe Wednesday even ing. The members and their husbands: were entertained with five hundred.! Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Sadler of Aurora . were additional guests. rs. iolet Morgan of La Grandei held her annual inspection of the W.' R. C. at the armory Tuesday afternoon. I Mrs. Mormsn is the dept. inspector of Oregon. A fine dinner was served at i noon, which was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Sarah Cossum died at the home of her niece Mrs. Grassman of this city, Oct. 31. 19101, at the age of 88 yeara aad .? mouths. Mrs. Cossum was, born in Oneida county, X. 1. Interment1 at the Belle Passi cemetery. ! The ladies of the Eastern Star and friends were entertained Saturday af-j ternoon by the Emera club to a silver tea at the Masonic hall. Mrs. H. Over-i ton and Mrs. P. W. Settlemeir acting j as hostesses. The ladies spent the after-, nooa tatting, crocheting and in so-, rial time. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Fresher who hare' been visiting at the home of Mrs. Fresh ers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boseoe, left Sunday for their home in San Francis co, j Mrs. J. M. Poomisa was surprised: Wednesday evening by the chapter J. Voting places: , West Mt. Angel ilt. Angel hotel- Aumsville Hein's hall in Aumsville." 1'ringle Davidson house on Pnugle Aurora I. O. O. F. hall- i rosd. Breitenbush School house district L Quinabv Oregon Electric depot. 123. ,j Kiverview Orville Butler house Or- Brooks Bsmp's hall. ville. Butteville Grange ball old Butte- ( - Bosedale School house district No. ville. . ,5. Cbsmpoeg Jette building. Chemawa Woodman hall one-half of mile west of Chemawa, Croisan Croston school house. ' Donald Hoskins and Desart hall. Elkhorn School house district Ko. 115. Englewood Vincent house on Asy lum road- Fairfield School house district No. 26. Fairgrounds Restaurant, west of wo men's rest room in fairgrounds. East Gervaia City hall. - West Gerrais John Mills' house in Gervais. Horebr-George Anderson's pool hall. Central HoweU Howell Prairie Hall association hall. North Howell North Howell Grange Hall. East Hubbard City hall, Hubbard. West Hubbard Room south of Hub bard Drug company. Jefferson Masonic haJL Liberty Liberty hall. Macleav Macleav Grange hall. Marion W. O. W. hall. McKee Bellepassi school house. Mehsma L O. O. F. hall. Mill City Hammond Lumber comp any's opera house. Monitor Miller's ball. East Mt. Angel City hall, Mt. Angel. Some Points For Car Purchasers to Consider Here are some of the points the manufacturers of the Overland model 85 calls the attention of the public to: You want, above all, to have confi dcn;e in your car. You want to Lnow that K will take ycu vrhcre you want to go, when you w nt to go, without faltering. That is the reserve pwor and reserve Gtrength the stamina to meet unusual demands. And thct it will continue to serve you well, radio in and mcnth out, year al ter year. You have t'ais cor'idence, instinctive ly, in Overland Model 85 either Four or Six- No matter which you chocto, you are assured that there is nothing of the ex perimeotal or untried in its makeup that the motor and cvsry important part have been developed through years of experience in building hundreds oi tnousanas ot cars. You :an sit back and relax, in this Lroomy csr, just as you would in a big arm chair, the scats are tilted just right for comfort. The cushions are deep and soft, and you will find that the long coil springs which support them have just the right "give", neither "resisting stiffly nor yielding too readily to your weight. These springs are set closely together so that the cushions will not sag. And when you ride iu the car you will appreciate the advantage ox the long irheelbase and large tires in making small ruts and bumps in the road un noticeable. You will appreciate the advantage of the drop frame in bringing the weight ol the car lower, minimizing side-sways on une.cn roads. You will appreciate the advantage of proper distribution of weight in the on the rear axle and the gasoline tank chassis, due to locating the transmission in the rear. But alove all yon will appreciate the advantage of cantilever rear springs. For with cantilever springs, connec tion to the axle is at the rear end of the spring instead o' in the middle. The wheels and rear axle mny jounce up and down rapidly, yet this motion is almost wholly absorbed in the.snrings before it reaches the car frame and body. You are seeming'y carried along in an even plane, much as though coasting over a level road, without the bouncing and swaying that are characteristic of or dirary Oouble-acting springs. The can tilever is the easiest riding rpring that has ever ieen designed. '. E. O's at her home, the occasion being her wedding anniversary. A most enjoyable evening was spent by all. Miss Avon Mo Kinney was most hap pily surprised Thursday evening when store, States- Christian Salem Jo. 1 Kreft s man and Center. - Salem No. 2 Bungalow church Court and 17th. - Salem No. 3 Cameron 's Paint Shop between Chemeketa and Center. Salem No- 4 Old Falls City Lumber compsny office, 618 South 14th. Salem No. 5 Richmond school Salem No. 6 Yew Park school. Salem No. 7 Highland school. Salem No. 8 Reddawav building, 1421 North 6th. Salem No. it Capital Street Garage 615 North Capital. Salem No. 10 Garfield school. Salem No. 11 County court house. Salem No. 12 Salem Fruit Union. Salem No. 13 Saner houe, 1125 South Twelfth. Salem No. 14 Wyant factory, North Front street. Sslem No. 15 Baptist church, Marion and Liberty. Salem No. 16 City hall. SaWm No. 17 Hotel Marion, sample room. Salem No. 18 Friend's church corner Washington and Commercial. East taleai Rickey school house Salem Heights Salem Heights ball. St. Paul City hall. Scollard Lumberyard office at West Woodburn. Scdtts Mills I. 0. O. F. hail. Shaw Shaw school house. Svdnev Svdnev mills. Silver' Fall's A. G. Neal 's hall North Hilverton Liberal I'niversity building. South Silverton Evergreen school ! house. East Silverton Council chambers. West Silverton G. A. R. building. Stayton M.itthieu's hall. East Stayton Masonic hall. West Stavton Commercial club hall. Sublimity C. O. F. hall. Turner Wright's Ktore. Victor Point W. O. W. hall. Wauconda J. C. Savange garage. i-ast 'Vtoodourn Mrs. house on Doud street. West Woodburn Associatfon build- o trnwA Absolutely Pure'. UsJefreiaCreiRt of Tartar KOALUH-KO PHOSPHATE OJt of putting on the two upper stone of the main building, when the worK might ha?e been done by reliable build ers for the sum of $19,000.'' In granting the cancellation of note and mortgage sued upon by welca Brothers. Judge Galloway said no finds that no accounting was evei had between the defendants Wekh Bros, and the defendant Fannie L. Hubbard and that the note sued upon and the mortgage sought to be foreclosed in this proceeding were procured by misrepre sentation and fraud and that the said note is not a binding contract between the parties and that the alleged mort gage is not a binding contract and 5n lien uuon the real property describ- . j a Ao, Kn,h note and mortgage LIST OF VOTING PLACES FOR CITY 1 Garfield school base- Election November 6 and Decern ber 4: Ward No. ment. Ward No. 2 City Hall. Ward No. 3 Masonic building, north end. Ward No. 4 W. C. T. V. hall. Ward No. 5 Redfdaway's store. Wsrd No. 6 Cameron's paint shop. North Twenty-first. . Ward No. 7 Poisal t Shaw's Btore. Judge Galloway Holds Note and Mortgage Were Secured by Fraud do lien upon ed and ttmt ooia noie w Ti should be cancelled, set aside, and held for naught, and it is so ordered wita costs to the defendant." The decision of Judge Galloway goe . .,fo that from the testimony of reliable contractors and "Builders is appears the entire building complete should have cost Mrs. Hubbard ess than $60,000, which is some $1j,000 lass) ..an now claimed by Welch Bios, in the suit, and they admit they have received 66.60."i.65 in addition to th claim now in dispute. The judge says ' 'Here comes in the unprecedented jug glery in this whole transaction, tot there was a supplemental contract Townsend 'siarawn providing for a commission oi icht Tu.r cent on 60.006 for erecting the two stories in question, as the first two stores with basement complete were put up under the original eontract for $39,325, hence the item of $4,N0O commission which i9 included in the a mount claimed to be due under thus mortgage is fraudulent and should not be allowed." The decision says that Welch Bros, have received $."000 more than is just ly due for the erection of the building in excess of the claims now in dispute. As the plaintiff's mortgages do ot mature until Msy 1 and November 1, 1U17, and all the property covered by the mortgages is in the hands of a- re ceiver and bringing in a net income of $1000 a month and that no loss will ae crue to the plaintiff by a postponement of the decree of foreclosure, and be cause such postponement will enable Mrs. Hubbard to arrange for payment of the claims and save something fo her support and not deprive her of her property, the decree of foreclosure if), deferred. Should the court find an im mediate decree necessary it is deem ed that $730 is deemed sufficient tor attorney fees instead of $4,2o0. For the present the case of the plaintiff is continued. As to the defendants John Bayne and the V. S. Bank, their cases are also continued. s Judge Galloway this morning found for Mrs. Fannie Hubbard in the case of the Alliance Trust company, limited, ajainst Fannie E. Hubbard," W. M. Welch and V. R. Welch, as Welch Broth ers, in the matter of the suit to fore close mortgages on the Hubbard build ing aggregating the sum of $70,000, and declared that she was "treated as a fat duck to be plucked by every one connected with this unfortunate affair in charain her over Kt 5,000 ns the a number of her girl friends weut in to help her celebrate her birthday. The evening was spent in playing 'cards. Miss Helen Scollard winning high score Those present were the. Misses Ethel Bonney, Sudie Richards, Alctha Bitnev, Nora Beck. Mary Svollnrd. Hazel Bit nev, Lila Jernian. Lois licelie, Helen Scollard of West Woodburn and Fran ces Weaver of Hubbard. PURE RICH BLOOD PREVENTS DISEASE Bad blood, that is, blood that ia impure or impoverished, tbiu aud pale, is responsible for more ail ments than anything else. It affects every organ and function.' In some eases it causes catarrh; in others, dyspepsia; in others, rheuma tism;, and in still others, weak, tired, languid feelings and worse troubles. It is responsible for run-down conditions, and is the most common cause of disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the greatest purilier and enncher of the blood the world has ever known. It has been wonderfully successful in removing scrofula and other humors, increasing the red-blood corpuscles, and building up the whole system. (Jet it today. AUTO REPAIRING AND STORAGE Bring your car to us. We do everything in Auto Repair ing. A fall Eae of Accessories. Moderate prices on storage. Kattenes recharged . We look after your car when you leave it with us. Great Western Garage Opposite Court House C C SEMERAl, Prop.