Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, April 26, 1918, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918.
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EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
gilem Eleetrie Co., Masonic Tcmplo, 127 North High
TEANSFEE AND DEATAGE
Silcm Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front Streets
Telephone. , JXn OAT.V.
Maia 1200
MainTi
. AUTO DELIVERY
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELIV
ered anv place, city or country.
Phone (A or 2081R. W. W. Fisher-
AWNINGS
DO YOU, WANT new awnings for
store or hon.e? Call or Write U. Dill
man, 900 Highland Ave. 5-18
DENTIST
DR. F. L- UTTER, DENTIST, ROOMS?
413-414 Bank of Commerce bldg.
Phone 606. 11-4
FINANCIAL
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd"& Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
LODGE DIRECTORY
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
MeCornaek hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresea, C. C. W. B. Uil
son, K. R. & S.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246.meet
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. R. F. Day, V. C; J. A.
Wright, clerk.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillsom,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or neg
leet of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for investigation.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grnpe Camp" No. 1360,
meets, every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St ,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Thone 1436M.
BUYERS ATTENTION 1 I have a com
fortable 5 room cottage . for sale
with good lot for $700; also a mod
era five room cottage one block
from paved street. This i a eheap
property at 1400. I have a choice
buy for $1500, two block from ear
line and one block from paved street
I have several valuable lots for sale
cheap; also a house for $600. Square
ueal Keaity Company, U. a. Bank
building. Phone 470. U
Friiitland News Items
(Murphya coaiietery last Sunday mom
ling. The musie was furnished by a
i quartet, Mrs. Ins an Cleave Jiiss
(Capital Journal Special Service) Knrua Fisher, Messrs. G. G. Lcouey
Fruitland, Or, AprU 26. Now is tks'and Louis Bartrnff.
to. -nt-h fr tl.a t,.nt viitrmillaii The i-arent teachers meeting will be
on your fruit trees. Yeu wiU know it by , held at the school house Friday eve. A
840 ACRES, 200 cultivated, 40 timber
pasture, running water, fair improve
ments, 3 miles from Pratum. best
Waldo Hill aoil, price $23,000.
60 acres, 58 cultivated, 18 pasture,
2 timber, all good soil, spring water,
good improvements, 1900 prune trees,
50 English walnut trees, good team
of horses, wagon, harness, 3 Jersey
cows, 100 pure bred hens, 1 mile
from Aumsville, a snap, price $S500.
Terms. Socolofsky, 341 State St.
phone 970. 5 10
the web.
The Red Cross is making another
quilt. Work has slacked up now on ac
count of scarcity of material
Those twe airplanes high up in Hu
sky seen by a lady at Lachmund, ac
cording to your correspondent at that
place, were probably a couple of vag
rant aranes which occasionally appear
ia this section, or they might have been
a pair of storks bearing to some happy
home a fresh arrival.
Pupils of Fruitland school will givo
an entertainment in about three weeks
consisting of choice literary numbers.
Mrs. O. L. Wrur alter of jsetnei, starr
ed to Nebraska last week, summoned
by the serious illness of her father. Mr,
HATTERS-CLEANERS
ELLSWORTH, THE HATTER Men's
and women's hats cleaned, reblocked
end rotriiuimed. Old hats made to
look like new. We carry a large
stock of fine ribbons. 495 Court St.
LAWN MOWERS
THE F1XIT SHOP Let us repair and
sharpen your lawn mowers. 261
Court. Phone 1022. tf
UNITED ARTISAN'S Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in I. O. O. F. hall. Norma L.
Terwilliger, M. A ; C. A. Vibbert,
secretary, Crown Drug Store, 338
State street.
SECOND HAND GOODS
OSTEOPATH
DRS. B. II. WHITE AND R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic, physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Mo Post graduate and specialized in
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505-508 U. S. Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White Res.
Phone 469.
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
eoedd DroErara as usual.
A school board and telephone meet
ing waa held at the school house last
Saturday night- t
Mia. A. Weinert and Miss Emma
Fisher were elected delegate to the
state Sunday school convention which
will be held in Salem tnia wee..
Dcnald News Items
BAMMHAL1S
GAMt BUI SHORT TIME
Airraea Made Home Rim AO
Right Wiard Cannot
Fight kMiiuiesota
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Donald. AprU 26. The community
waa saddened by the news of the
death of Mrs. Peter Feller on April
17th. The funeral service were held
at the home Saturday at 1:30, Rev
Decker of Wood-burn officiating. A
.'quartet consisting of Mrs. A. Fellers,
wuica " . i rwoj.,.
Brubaker lost one of his cows lately.,
A , , ... ' L'-.... a ...1 TW4firt.
.it will a.,,ntini,.tt Ant with fatiil re- . . . .
V.l l tL ,. 1. J...I. ....... u .... -
Sesad To
im fc? M
NatCTtifJ Inrnc Gret!y Developed fcy
Taeciunf CbiMU taLwthair Doii.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT The storeroom at 141 N.
Conimoreial street, now occupied by
Oompton's 15c. & 25c store, will be
for rent May 1st next. Far particu
lars inquire i at room 22 Brc.yman
block. ' tt
110 ACRES, 80 cultivated, 30 timber
pasture, 40 acres ia crop, good duiiu
ings, on rock road, two miles from
town, some stock and Implements,
price $1100, will take $3000 Salem
residence, some cash and easy terms
on balance. 100 acres, UO cultivated
50 bottom, 5 timber, all fenced, good
road, new 6 room bungalow, barn,
close to school, $11,000. 20 acres
Yamhill county, exchange for b
room bungalow in Salem. Equity i
40 acre Idaho irrigated farm fo
raneh near Salem or Dallas, not over
$3000, price $6000. 20 acres close to
Salem, 6 cleared, good Improvements,
rock road, $4000. 58 acres, 45 culti
vated, 25 beaverdam, 12 pasture, 1
orchard, good barn, fair house, join
ing town, running water, $6200 easy
terms. Modern o room oungaiow,
furnace, paved street, $1500. Mod
ern 5 room bungalow,, furnace, fire
place, bath, Dutch kitchen, close in,
$2000. $8500 worth of acreage and
residence property 'to exchange fori
ranch any where. Cooolofsky, 341 1
supposedly by eating lark-spur
fiimialicl the .music. A larec eoneourse
suits. friend followed the remains to
Tlw protracted effort at the cliuren rutteville cemeterv, where they were
...111 with Aimmirntrtm, . -'. ... . . ....
is sun gmuS -a; - tai,i to res'. Mrs. turustina Maag iw
results, several young persons having. WM b)m jn Russia Feb Z6 im,
presented themselves for prayers, uur u the 1893 tBe ainiiy arrived in
youne people of Fruitland are not of Jkej AmKri. rmM,-, her husba'nd and five
reckless ana gouiejs son dui tnruuu- children, Mrs. Feller leaves an aca
ity adds graudf.nir and perfectioa to!fatnri onc Drother and seven sisters,
character. Rev. Stocker and Rev. Abel ,yjjelity Hive, Woman's Benefit asso
of Salem who conduct the services are I ciation o tho Maccabees, of which
earnest workers and present the old,, Fellers was a member, officiated
clean-cut gospel unmixed with evolution at the grave- Tho sympathy of the en
and the "higher criticism" so repug-Hire eommiunity goes out to Mr. Fellers
naut to old fashioned Christians. land children in thia sad bereavement.
SCAVENGER
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
Retail Prices
Creamery butter (. 4550e ! J
Flour, hard wheat z.moz.su
Flour, soft wheat $2.502.60
Country butter . 40a
STOVE REPAIRING
LET US ESTIMATE ON
All your Printing an XTp-to-Now
office to meet' your print
ing demands,
THE CAPITAL JOOENAL
PHONE 81
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
flrt vpurs exDcrience. Depot, National
and American fence. 1
Sizes 26 to 58 in, high. , ..,
Paints. 'oil and varnish, etc. '
Lnminlierrv and hoo hooks.
s m FnnpB and Stove Works, 250
Court street. Thona 124.
VETERINARIAN
RAILROAD
TIME TABLES
SALEM- GEER LINE
No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:15 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:05 p.m
AI.EM, PALLS CITY WESTERN
il61 Lv Salem, motor 7 :05 a.m.
il63 Lv Salem, motor 0:35 am.
165 Lv Salem, motor 1:40 p.m.
Through car to Monmouth and Arlie
157 Lv Salem, motor d:4Mp.m.
169Lv Salem.' motor 5:57 pm,
839 Wv frt. Lv Salom.... 5:0.0 a.m.
162 Ar at Salem . 8:30 am.
164 Ar. at Salem ,.11 :00 a.m.
166 Ar at Salom 3:00 p.m.
168 Ar at Salem 5:35 p.m.
170 Ar at Salem 7:20 p.m.
240 Wy frt Ar Salem 2:30 p.m.
OREGON ELECTRIC
Southbound
Trail , Leave Arrive
P. Portland Salem "
1 6:30 am 8:35am
, BLtd :S0 am 10:11am
f tii 10:45 am 12:50 pm
S 8:05 pm 4:15 pm
13 Ltd..-.. 4:45pm B:4upm
DR. W. G. MOOKHULSfJ iwunii
.fimi (militate uorncu uni
versity. Office Cherry City Feed
stnhi. 544 Ferrv St. Phones, office
2199; Res. and night 1510-
"water company
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial ana iraue si'w
Bills payable monthly in advance.
You mav ransack the vocabularies of
human speech and the forms of spoken
language and then you will fail to find
words that will fitly characterize the
Prussian hellian of today.
'Though tike spring is backward pas
tures and grain look fiuc, and the fruit
tirnsnect is promising.
Relatives from Albany visited iu the
family of H. C. and Mrs. Bressler Sun
day.
Baiuanas ,7c ,
35c
Eggs, dozen ,
Sugar, 11 lbs. for
Sales limited to fl
PORTLAND MARKET
Portland .Or., April 26. Butter, city
creamery 40o , .
Eggs, gelecited local ex. dTo.--
Hens 27c
Broilers 35(ffi37c
Hens 2025e
Cheese, triplets" 23,id
HAVE ROSY CHEEKS
AND FEEL FRESH AS
A DAISY-TRY THIS!
8aya glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washea out polaona.
THE MARKET
Arrive
Eugene
Only minor changes in fruit and
vegetables arc to be noted in today's
market quotations.
Oram
Wheat,, soft white L85M
Wheat, red : " hbo
Wheat, lower grades on sample
$03
$36
$38
Daily Live Stock Market
Cattle
Receipts 544
Tone of market strong
Good to choice steers $13(rl4
Good to medium sheers $12(a l3
Common to good steers $10.25(all.23
Choice cows and heifers $11.2o12.25
Cannors $4.256-25
Bulls $6.25&'10.75
Calves $8.75 13.25
Stocker and feeder steers $70(tt90
per head
Hogs
Receipts- 280 , "
Tone 'of market firm
Prime mixed 17.WU(US
Medium mixed $17.6317.8o !
Pigs $13.5016.50
Sheep
Receipts 416
Tone of market strong
Spring lambs bid $20
Western yearlings $15.2o 15.50
Valley yearlings $15-2515.50
Wethers $1313 50
Ewes $1212.50
NOTE Portland market on shorn
sheep. 21 ' to 3c under qotat4on
Oats
Barley, ton
Bran
Shorts, per ton 'iTor.
to
Hay, cheat, new J"w
Hay! vetch, new
Hay, clover, new -
43e
40c
6:35 pm
8:30 pm
17 8:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
19 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
II 11:45 pm 1:55 am 6:50 am
"Norch Bank Station (leave Jefferson
Street 15 and 20 winutes later)
"jiButterfat
ia:apmjCreamerr blltler
Country butter
Northbound
Train Leave Arrive
No. jngene Salem
2 i 12:65 am 4:35 am
7:15 am
10 Ltd. 7:35 am 9:45 am
U . 1120 iin
14 11:20 am 1:50 pm
tfl Ltd 11:55 pm 4:00pm
BO u-..4:10pnv 5:30 pm
22 ...... ).23pm 7:55 pm
Tnrk.' Veal and Mutton
ISrtilfic
" i"" lfi)17e
7(a9c
Veal, fancy
Steers
Cows .
5a6V.!C
Bulls iiT-rfiii
Snrins lambs 11 fi
xNorth Bank Station (Arrive Jefferson
Street 15 minutes earlier) ."Leave Cor-
vallia.
CORVALIflS CONNECTIONS
Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem
8:25 am....Northbound...-9:4o am
12:12 pm....Northbound...-l:50 am
2:41 pm..Northbound.."..4:00 pm
4:10 pm..Northbound....5:30 pm
6:18 pm....Nortibonnd....7:55 pm
u na am annthbound....9:57 am
10:15 am....Southbound..ll:33 am
J 2:50 pm.. . South oo ri.fi ' "
4:15 pm..Soathbound .5:40
6:40 pm.Southbound.8:00
' Arrive
Portland
6:50 am
'. 9:25 am
11:30 am
1:20 pm
3:55.pm
5:45 pm
7:4" pm nw. live
10:00 pm:()fl rooster..
Young roosters
Potatoes .
57c
IOC
SOrtfSl-
Kwes
Immbs, yearlings
Kggs, cash
MCTIS. DUUUU ,w no
, ' ' .j.. - L'OTOZO
iTurseys, - oisioqp
Tnflievs. live. JNO. x ivS...
Hens, dressed- pound
Krvs, dressed
27(o2e
2628
lBCaZOC
14(a) 15c
18jg'
rnn
pm
pm
Vegetables
String garlic -.
Green onions
Onions, in saik
Lettuce, cmte
Breecoli "
Artichokes
Cabbage -
Florida tomatoes
Rhubard - -
Aii-aragus -
6e
40c
$1.25
$3
$1.2
90c
$5
40c
10c
Black
Figs and Date
figs
13c
TOY JOURNAL WANT ADS
Fruit
Apples
lianges -
To see the tinge of healthy bloom
in your ifaee, to see your skin get
clearer and clearer, to wane up ni
out a headache, backache, coated
tongue or a nasty . breath, in fact to
foci your best, day in and day out,
just try inside bathing every morning
for one wee. n ,
Before breakfast, each day, orittK a
glass of real hot water with a teaspoon-
iui of lianestone pnospuaie iu n
harmless means of washing from the
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels the
previous day 'a indigestible waste, sour
bile ami toxins; thus cleansing, sweet
ening and purifying the entire alimen
tary canal before putting more food
into the stomiach. The action of hot
water and limestone phosphate on an
empty stomach is wonderfully invigo
rating. It cleans out u me sour iw
mentations, gases and acidity and gives
ono a splendid appetite for breakfast,
fast.
A quarter pound of limestone .phos
phate will cost very little at the drug
Store out Is sumeieuv ui
that just as soap and hot water
cleanses, sweetens and freshens tho
ikin, o hot water and, limestone phos'
phate act on the blood and internal or
gans. Those who are subject to con
stipation, ibiiioua attacss wi
ach, rheumatic twinges, aiso.
whoso skin is sallow and complexion
nMA r nMsured that one week of in
aide bathiug will have them both look
ing and feeling better in every
Hazelgreen News
NOTICE OP SALE
Of Governmmt Timber
Notice is hereby given that subject
the conditions and limitations of
the Act of June 9, 1916, (39 Stat.,
218), and the instructions of the Sec
retary of tne interior oi oepiHimro
15 1917, the timber on the following
lonfla will be sold Mar 15. 1918, at 10
o'clock a. m. at public auction at tho
United States land ottice at rortiano
Oregon, to the highest bidder at not
less"than the appraised value as shown
by this notice, sale to be subject to the
approval or xne oecrcmry w mo in
terior. The purchase price, with an ad
ditional sum of one-fifth of one per
cent thereof, being commissions allow
ed, must be aeposnea ai. umo ui ',
mnnnv to DB rOtUTOea II BlB in uki vu
proved, otherwise patent will issue for
tha timber which must be removed
within ton years. Bids will be receiv
ed from citizen of the United States,
associations of such citizens and cor
porations organized unaer tne laws oi
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Hazel Green, April 26. Mr. and
Mrs. Bliss Zeilinski attended services
at Mt Angel Sunday.
c,H u mv n r 'LBiBvn
Portland visited the latter 's mother,
Mrs.'Martha Wolf, last Sunday.
The Woman's Missionary ' society
met at tho U. B. parsonage, Tuewdady
afternoon. '
Mrs. Carrie Peyton and children of
Silverton spent Sunday with her sis
ter, Mrs W. G. Davis. Mrs. Peyton was
accompanied bnme by her motner, mi
Kirkpatrick.
Matthew Scott of Waterloo, Iowa,
is visiting his sister, Mrs. Gertrude
lTn.,tlia
Bert Wolf and family of Turner vis
ited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Maunco vunv.
giwl Mrs. Fred Chapnian autol to
Sheridan Saturday, to vim -ir.
man's parents, Mr. and Mis. Bucll, re
turning Rundfly evening.
Mrs. Joe Zeiliimki gave a birthdny
,i:o fnr her inotlrer. fli is- i.
A familv reunion which eanie as a
surprise to tho father and mother, Mr.
and Mrs. JS. raine, was ncia
their home for the week end the fol
lowing sons and daughters were pres
ent, William Bryan and wife of As
toria, Earl Bryan, Walter Hryan, jura.
Choll and Mrs. Evaline Gentian, all
of Portland,
Mr. Coghgcll of Portland, Mason &
Erhman representative, was interview
ing the merchants of Donald on Wednesday.
Mr. West of the True Blue Biscuit
Co. of Portland, ws a Donald caller
.Wednesday,
Mrs- E. J. Espey, three children and
'maid took the afternoon train ' for
i Portland Monday, returning Tuesday
evening. ' .
Mrs. A.' Fellers and two sons and
,Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Johnson motored
to Buttcville Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hosiuus, duugnter
Helen, and Master Charles came from
Pfirtlanil to sDend the week end in
Donald. The many friends of the Hos-
kins family aro always giod to wel
come them back,
Mrs- Overstreet of St. John was a
guest of Mrs. J. C. Moore over the
week end.
Mrs. J. W Daues and Mrs. E. Hodges
have opened UP dress making parlors
at the home of Mm Danes, and are
now ready to heir tW Indies of Don
ald and vicinity through the intrica
m nf dress .makine.
Mr. and Mrs. Johrison made a trip
tv Wonilburn Tuesdav.
fr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Meore and Mr.
and Mrs. Lcscr- mot' red to tiitObard
Tuesdav. Mr. an 1 Mrs. -Loser have just
arrived frcm KOrasKft anil tnis was
their ii:tit t ip ever the country, and
thov mo en hu:nstic over the appear
ance of it; fruit trees' blooming and
wild iftnwera galore by the rcailsme,
everything in the way of vegetation
being so much m aauvance or m'urusna.
M. 0. DeSart was called to Butte-
ville to do some surveying the latter
art f thn week;
Miss Dotv... principal of our school.
mad , flying trip to,Woodbiun Sat-
Mr. a. P. Moberif and sister of
WrvuHhnni were visitinir at tho Wil
i;0i., hrnthera home Saturday.
Joe Fowler of Portland spent tne
ol rvn.l with his nartnts.
Mrs. Carl Osland of Multncmah
was visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry
Marty for a .few days last week. She
Mrs, Clarence Mays and daughter
.Tuanita and Estelle, and Miss May
Carver came from Portland to spend
thn week end at home.
Donald Eppers had quite ft scare
Wednesday when his team got nway
from him; fortunately lonaia escap
ed, but the harness and plow were bad
1 x' Aniirvfwrrvil.
L. Carver of Portland spent Sunday
last with his brothers, r.arl ana- am
rt
Mr Rtinn and little son visueu m
Portland Thursday and Friday of Inst
week.
By Frtd 3. Ferguson
(United Pmsa Staff Correspondent)
With the Americas Army in France,
March 25. (By Mail). The big" league
baseball teams iu the spring training
camps at home have nothing oa the Am
erican soldier so far as Umbering up tho
old wing and priming the batting eyn
is concerned.
It is the spring training season over
here, too.
Back of the lines, ia the rest eaaipS
or along the roadside, you can hear the
thump of the ball iu the mitt, the erack
of tho bat and all the familiar ntce-
bal) sounds as well as a few war sounds
thrown iu.
A game of "old cat" was broken
up recently by an airplane anti-aircraft
scrap overhead. The game was being
played in the middle of the public
square at Luneville (about tea miles
from the German border, and nine miles
back of the front lines). There was a
good bleacher crowd of mixed poilus and
doughboys, lu sun was beaming down
from a cloudless sky, and the war seem
ed a thousand miles away. -
But just then an archie" spoke and
everyone looked skyward. There was the
boche. Gun after gun came into action.
Fluffy white rings broke all about him.
He dodged and twisted and turned.
Within a few minutes the guns had
put a complete circle of bursting shells
about the plane. Then American rooting
beSan- . .. ... ' .. .
"Attaboyl uet mm, km; get aimi
That was a close enet Now just once
more! " were some of the cries that went
The little child's doll Is mother to thj
most romantic fstrr. And in the years ttui
pass, -the doll fades Into the petals
Jua km, to etoha Um aMst wendrows ol
all transformation.
And ww eenea a 'km aeriem
when tho oy af rial motherhood dwsia
he as tranquil as best effort can provide. ,
llns is accooipusiied wnn awoiKKnui
cdy knows as Moukt trie" id. An txl
usJIntMK m KMtnttnc ia tt ashir
to thoroughly rubricate tb myriad nrtwo
nf mrds, teiwkm. Km IM mutciei
kemaUt tb akla sf Ic abjomo.
It relieves the tendon, prevents tenderae
and paia at the eritia and enables the ss
domen to expand jrently. The Biuaclea con
tract aatnrally after bahf arrlea and tti
t'oria 1 thus preserved. .
It anouM be applied dally, niirht snd Bornj
'nf, during the period of expectancy. Bf
roKiilur u e it anablea the abstomen to ea
sand without the usual strain when lahf
born. Natarally, paia ud danger at U4
.-rlsii Is less.
You will end Mother's Friend oa sale ef
every drug store. It ia prepared only bp
the BradlteM kegulator Co., Laax4l
Bid., Atlanta, (ia. They will send yoa si
instructive "Motherhood Euok" without chares.
Write thm ta mil it to vou. Do not fieele-a
for a sinrl atornbK or aialit to use Uother i
Friend, Obtain bottle from your dnncri4
today by all means, and thu.i fortify yourae
Kalnit paia aad. discomfort, '
bond subscriptions.
Alee'g opponent.
Doak was to be
New Swimming Kecprd.
Los Angeles, Cal., Aoril 26. Normaa
Boss hung up a aow swimming recrd s
the Los Angeles Athletie club last night
ill suceessiuuy aeientung an uin
against challengers. Ross, now signed
with the united creates aviation servrea.
dashed off 220 yards iu 8:24:4.
SEND TROOPS FROM RUSSIA
UD. ' - '
Evcryono was pending back, shading
his eves and watching the sight,-The
airplane got through .the circle of
"cream puffs" safely and darted back
toward home, an occasional saeu dutsc-
ing behind him.
"Poller him up, kid; foller him up!"
wafc the encouragement shouted from
the American rooters. But tan boeue
out-legged tlwa guns and disappeared.
"Who's at bat and who's on basef"
a sergeant yelled, as the machine disap
peared. A-minute later tne pan game
was 011 again.
Moscow, AprU 26. The Gormans ara
steadily withdrawing troops and send
ing thorn to France
Polish iitizn refused to enlist i
a proposed Polish corps to fight against
the allies in Flandera.
IF BACK HURTS USE
SALTS FOR KIKIEYS
No Fight, Says Governor.
St. Paul, Minn., April 26, Governor
urnqtiiflt will not permit tne wumrii
Fulton fight in Minnesota July i"is
word came today from ono close to tho
governor. It was hinted some other date
mictit. tin narmiasible.
Any permit ror juiy mai mj
issued by the Minnesota boxing com
mission after its hearing May 4, will b.?
overruled by th governor, tho United
Press was informed on tne res w
"'colonel J. C. Miller, called to Chicago
by business affairs, expected to mturn
tere at once, conriiieiii ine oeaimu per
mit would be issued. He shared none of
Champion Willard's gloom over the
nrnaiwr. that It WaS 811 Oil. Iiei'iru
loaving, the colonel asserted that he
had othor offers but preferred the Twin
Cities.
"Alexander Day"
Ckicaeo. April 26. Bain threatened.
tn kill "Alexauilcr Day" for tuo via
cago Cubs today. The pitcher returned
from a business scttlinir trip to Nebras
ka for ono more game in tho majors
before reporting for military service.
I'K.siiliiut WeBlimaB aaa arrntfi-u
liberty day celebration also, Bonding
players through the stands for liberty
Scotts Mills Items
(Capital Journal SpetcSal Service)
Scotts Mills, April 26. The rela
tives and friend Mf Mr. and Mrs.
Levi Hammer were made very sad
when the news reached this place of
Mr Hammer's death In a Salem ho-
Salem Housewife Becomes
New Woman
"All at nur ibest doctors bad given
mo up. 1 was uname ia k-vc u.;
for 18 weeks and was yeiiow aa o
n,i,nkin hoaid the terrible stomach
pains I suffered. Our druggist advised
my husband to try Mayr'a Wonderful
Kennedy and it ha avod iny life. I am
a nw woman now." It is a mmple,
hanmless preparation that removes the
cnrrhal mucus from the intestinal
allavs the inflammation
whirh causes Drastically all Btomach
liver and intestinal ailmwits, m.-iiiumis
antiendicitis. One dose will convince or
,-rBey rofunded- Perry's Drug Store,
Capital Drug toro.
Eat Less Meat If Kidneys Feel
Like Lead or Bladder
Bothers You -Meat
, Forms Uric Acid
Moat folka foreet that the hidueys.
like the bowels, get sluggish and olog- i
red and need a riusning oecasionaiiv,
else we have backache and dull mis
ory la the kidney rogion, severe Jead
aches, rheumatic twinges, torpid hver.
acid stomaca, sieepicsBneoa auu
sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your aiuneya,
active and clean, and the moment yo
feel an ache or pain in the kidney re
gion, get about . four ounces of Jad
Salts from any good drug store here,
take a tableBpoonfui ia a glass oi wa
ter before breakfast far a icw uuya
and your kidneys will then act fine.
This famous salts is made from wo
acid of grapes aud lemon juice , cum'
bined with ntnia, ana i nurui v.
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to normal activity. It also neu
tralizes the acids in the urine so nm
longer Irritates, tnus onaing
ImorderS. - ...
Jad Salts is barmiess; lnexponmv.
..iihtfnl effervescent llthia
water drink which everybody shonld
take now and then to keep their kid
neys clean, thus avoiding serioua com
plications. - ; .
A Welt Known wrai n.uKB.v j-
Us lots of Jad Salts to folk who be
ll.
aarV
Matthew Scott were amu
Mr Barnett Is entertaining rela-
tives. from Oregon jiy
Maik Aspinwnll
week with la grippo.
Iv. lTitn.i Htatpa nr anv Etate. tern-U-..ii.. : Vrnnr rf her 5lst annivcr-
bllD VJ " . . - j trvuULU'9. tli " . . .
tonr nr district thereof only. Upon ap-i f.;i Kmitlis. Ford Barnick and
plication of a qualified purcnaaer, ine
timber on any legal subdivision will be
ottered separately Derore oemg mciuu
ed in any offer of a larger nnit. T. 9 .
E 2 E-. Sec. 35: NE4 NEli, yellow
fir 250 M-, red fir 50 M.; NW NE14,
veiiOW nr ow m., reu nr ow Ifiol t the I
lock 10 M.; 8W IS, yc iow ur ,
700 M.. red fir 250 M.j BK'i Bt.
fir ?,50 M.. red fir 4au M..: r.r,'4
Vw. vellow fir 750 M., red fir 250
M., hemlwk 10 M.; SEy NW, yel-j
low fir 100 M, red fir 1200 M.;KE;r
. Rhm.rn,u1 an.l Middlctoll last
Unn.'lnV 1-t.ll I 111 1VB ill the Vni Og,
David Dclnno of Sherwood, ,aucr
.n-kii,v oiolit. hours in a ship yard
last Saturday motored to this place
and visited, and took supper at the
Kollis hotel, and then went to Salem.
... . . i.t. f.!.Aa nnd tl ffiV
visited mere wnn u""
pital She wa very .iek when taken Wk to Scot;s Mills, all in one even
Cre a few days ago. She leave, a lit-jing. The speed cop did not get him
$1.2:
mi
of the ftr to be sold at kss than 1.75
per M.. and none of the uemioca ia
be sold at less than $.50 per M.
CLAY TALLMAN,
rnmmiioner. General Land Office.
5-S neral
tin Unv nluiut two weeks. The syiupa
thy of a 1 who, knew him, goes out to
the -bereaved hbsbaiid especially. Th
funeral services will be held at thiJ
plaeo today at 2 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Thomas and lit
tle on of Sherwood are visiting Mr.
Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
ha been ill this -"Thomas, ami other' relatives and
frir.n,l of this mlace. Mr. Thomas is
The junior '. E. society held so- ,,,8!1tcr of tho rneniis cnurcn at,
hn narsoiinire imij woou.
:..nr t oi-p. (iAiues. .umsie ""
......,...... f adn nn the nroeram.
Raymond an.ll ''.. IP. ,.!t tntMttnr
' : n rw , i: ,,i. i hin a iKirrin c-i. i v i iii w v an iruini;, liuik iuni-v,..-
,rerc .ni"'i ,i l . . ,7 .:....!!, tb nrum
wmie eiiisss"' "-.in town iac wn i --
levia broke and trees of thia lwality. lhe .prospuwa
kiifH-Umg htre n()Wi ftre for an enormous crop ot
a ih rth Ita ian and 1'evnres.
A lecippion was given at the I. O.
O. V. hall Monday evening in honor
of E. 8. S nit-, Daniel Lawrence nnd
Charlie Logins who leave for Camp
T-i A short nroeiam was rendered,
nisht fccenily with Mrs. Peoples, in .ftfu,r wbih a banquet was served in
alem wliile the latter 'a baby was "ek the Hebekah dining ball up stairs,
pneumonia. . . . . . .. t. Mr. and Mrs. C.A Add W acco-n-
i'unn
: James Shiltn has gone to Blafk Eock
I to work in tho logging camp at that
was
la (
8W.TeUownr rea r , BWU11 .round.
'.' Yi. . t? , 01 wnL. ttl down hi th the boys and breaking
red tir SOU m.; ny or-n, j - , . t horg... The horse
450 M.. red fir 600 M.; NW E, Sint quite a
yellow fir 500 M- red fir 600 M.- SW had to ha thix n voting an-
SEV4. yellow fir 50 M red fir 1300 km, VcamTwithout injury
r . EV. 8EV,. red fir 1550 M.. none mal. lhe ooja.
Mr. and Mis. Uunnisnn or i nnm....
visited friends hero Saturday and Sun
iiutf
i w WaitMt rer-eived a telegram
TnMilav to be at Philadelphia by
Aoril 30th to go to northern France,
id. wt the next day. The best wwn
of his many friends go with him an
..ti inra tin tnnv return safely.
T V. Cnmnions and daughter, Edna.
Ai.ion White are here from 8a
lem attending to their prune orchards
r. i.,l Mm Addloman ann mrs.
Sarah TTsLtrumnr motored to West Stay
ton Wednesday; wliile there they vis
ited the I. N, Hammer tamny.
The board of education has decid
ed to continue the school with the
three remaining teachers, Miss White
taking the principal-ship and Mis rra
zier taking part of the work which for
merly belonged to Miss White.
licvj in overcoming kidney troubla
LADIES! LOOK IE.
wnn pnci.iM.... v i, k. 0.l n.
Rev. F. Fisher ofticiateo te ipaiuen ny " '" ZT 'ZZJ f to
services of Dave jounwa John, and nonry xu...(
Use Grandma's Sage Tea and
Sulphur Recipe and No
body Can Tell Brush
It Through Hair
n.,F Wnir hnwRVor handsome, d- "
notes advancing age. Wo all know tha
advantages of a youthful appearance.
Your hiiir is your cnarm. uia
mar. th face. When it fades, turn
aray and looks streaked, just a few
R . ... .. On... T and Hnlnhur .
nhanccs its appearance a hundred
fold. . .
Don't stay gray! Loon young: m"
r prepare the rocipe i j
from any drug store a
nf "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com- :
pound," which is merely the old tima
rccipo improved rty the ndibtion of
other ingredieats. Thousands of folki
recommend this ready to use prepara
tion, because it darkens the- hair beau
tifully, besides no one can possibly toll, .
as it darkens so naturally and evenly.
Yon moisten a sponge or soft bras
with it, drawine this through the hair,
taking one small utrand at a time. Hjr
moramg tne gray nair u.rwi-r---,
ter another application or two, its nat
ural color is restored and it becomes ;
thick, glosny and lustrous, and ys ap ,
pear year younger.
Wyeth 's Sago and Sulphur torn
nonnd is a dH?htf ul toilet requmite. .
Tt is not intended for the 'cure, mitiga- ,
tion or prevention of disease.
Children 'Cry".
rn?. FLETCHER'S
ASTORIA
Children Cry
FCR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY 'U
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apo fruit