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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE. WEDNESDAY. MAY 8. 1918.
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When lie Gets that Pouch of
Real GRAVELY Chewing Plug
You Sent Him
A man' first impulse is to share a good thing.
Real Gravely Plug has been spread all over Amer
ica simply by the Gravely user offering a small chew
to his friends. Tobacco like that is worth sending.
It means something when it gets there.
Ciiv may ana a chew of Real Crawly Plug, and b will tell
yon that' the kind to tend. Send tho bettl
Ordinary plug it fake economy. It cottt lets per week to
chew Raal Crarely, becauM a anal chew of it kuti a long
If you (moke a pipe, tlice Gravely with your knife and add
little to your smoking tobacco. It will giro flavor improve
send mi mm in tie u s. sejvki a rovci of cruxiy
Dealer all around here carry it in 10c pouches. A 3c
stamp will put it into his bands ia any Training Camp or Sea.
port of the U. S. A. Even "oyer there" a 3c stamp will tako
it to him. Your dealer will supply envelope, and give you
itj directions how to address it,
J B. GRAVELY TOBACCO CO., Danville, Va.
The Patent Poach Keeps it Freeh and1 CUan and Good
-it it not Real Gravely without this Protection Seat
"&fey Shares Interest
Wall Street Buyers
V.,. '". May S. The New York
' V-'t St fiuaneial review todit.v
vu- the entire list ia today's
Mock market had its momenta of Imoy
amey when prices advanced one to
tliree points in brink trading, interest
was largely shifted from tlio industrial
to the j-aKSway shares. The latter dis
played unwonted animation under the
leadership of Rendinc, which advnac-
ed to a mew high record for the year
ove 87. As for the industrials, there
'win a imarked disposition to yield to
'profit taViug from iimo to time,
The first reaction came at the end
of the first hour when steel receded a
ipoiirt and t'he second shortly otter mid
day, Hill realizing sales were not as
yet in sufficient voluiino to cause n
tlniileil .States ISteo;
a.ui touthed a new top figure for
Hhn vear at iu;i T-N. I lie motor anu m
Violtol Hhares as well flu a few of the
h iaUies, gave good accounts of
thmnselves. .Sugars and coppers woru
JOE WOOD BEGOMES
Once Star Pitcher Now Re
garded As Ose of Best b
By H. C. Hamilton
(I'nU.d Press Staff Correspondent)
New York, May 8. Joe Wood may
now bt considered a real ball player. To
day it makes no difference whether he
conies back as a pitcher. He has arrived
ss a counting asset to big l?ague base
ball as an outfielder.
Wood has been out of pitching har
ness practically since the beginning of
1915 sow in spite of the fact that his
season in 1915 was a winner. He tried
once last season to come Uafk aud fail
ed dismally againstl th,? Yankees.
It was something of a joke when Lee
Foal started Wood off as an outfield
er at the beginning of the season, but
see how the laugh has turned around.
lie played his first game, with Cleve
land iu the' outfield on April 25. was
at bat once and pounded out a hit.
Bince ;,hnt time he has failed to hit
safely iu only three games. Many of
his blows have been for extra bases and
hav. been delivered in pinches. Yester
day, his brilliant fielding as well as his
batting enabled Cleveland to defeat the
Will ffifflP ROVED
Important Work Under Super-
Yision of Highway Commis
sion this Year
.San Francisco, May 8.
When Mrs. Luther Fredericks
returned from the grocer's yes
terday uiorjiing she found half
of a streetcar in her front
room. The other half was in
William Bertit, inotermau,
was pinned under the wreckage
and seriously injured.
NURSE FOUND DEAD
Twin Falls, Idaho. May 8. With a
bullet hole through her throat, Mis?
.Itulith Morrisette, aged. 20, for two
vtnrs past a nurse in training at a lo
cal hospital, was found yesterday ly
ing nii'runwioiis in an irrigation ditch
on the farm of her brother-in-law.
Heath resulted two hours later. At the
iiKiuest the coroner's jury oftnuliided
State Highway Engineer Xunn hai
just ieturued from a visit to two road
projects, one the Three Fivers road
oa which $10,000 is to be expended
firs year and the wther the Grande
Rondo road which has $.")i.CKK) set
asicMi for its completion. Both of thes?
roads iconnec-t the Tillamook country
with the Wilhe'miua district. The
work will "be done in connection with
the federal government and the coun
ties, the roads being post roads.
It is one of the most important road
improvements undertaken by the state
despite its comparatively small eost.
The situation is peculiar. Ti'lamook
county, with Hebo as a eeater, is prt:c
tklly a vast dairy section. There are
thirteen cheese factories near Hebo
alone. However the fimit of dairying
has about beea reached in that sec-'
tiou under present conditions, but the
j completion of the two reads above
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umiica vim I'utiuge uii i u l. Aiiiniiiuun
produces unlimited quantities of pas
iture, but cannot make its own bay for
the reason the cEmate is such it can
not be cured- On the other hand Wil
helmina is the ceuter of a great hay
growing section and it is only 28
'miles on an average from ono district
to the other. The road between the
two, which is part ot the improvement
to be made, 5s practically impassable
ifor loaded teams, and is totally so in
the winter time. At the same time
much hay is shipped from Wilhelmina
to Hebo and vicinity, it haviug to be
hauled first to the railroad at Wilhel
imiiia and from there it is hauled three
sides of a triangle; eah of sixty
miles, to Tench Tillamook. It is then
as far from: Hebo and the great dairy
ing section as it was when it started
from Wilhobnina. The completion of
the work outlined alove, and which
will be dono before the summer "ends
will make the hav of Wilhelmina avail
able for fho Tillamook county dairy
men and will make it possible to great
ly enlarge the duiry industry.
that the sheeting was accidental. The
young lady had taken a rifle to shoot
pheasants and it is supposed that the
triygce caught iu the high weeds.
TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS
SOLDIERS IN CAMP
The abrupt change from
home comforts tq camp life may be
trying on your boy's health, but if he
will only take the rich liquid-food in
it will create richer h)nnA tn .
tablish body-warmth and fortify his
lunSS and throaL . Thousand nl
soldiers all over the world
I take Scott's Emulsion.
It is exactly what they need.
Scott JkBowM.Bloouifitld, N.J. 17-30
Rumania Forced To
Qye Up Territory
Bring Your Tire Work to MEN
Let us look over your Tires
This Service Is Free .. I
VULCANIZING, RETREADING, ;
126 South Commercial Street.
Zurich, May 8.Thc peace
treaty just signed by Rumania
with the central powers pro
vides for the ceding of southern
Pobrudja to Bulgaria and the
ruling of northern Dobrudja by
a special join1.! commission, pend
ing final settlement.
Dobrudja is a part of Ruman
ia bounded on the east by the
Black sea and on the north and
west by the Danube. It has an
aua of 4000 square miles and a
population of about 300,000.
At Great Pleasure
and Health Resorts
Bicycling Is Popular
Word from Florida that the bicycle
has attained great popularity at the
beach resorts supplements facts to this
effect, as set forth in tho film repro
ductions of Scene in our winter sum
merland. Young and old, according to
report and picture are awheel through
out the day, and bicycle dealers are
busy, not only supplying vehicles, but
in teaching persons to lide.
No knibt attentions of this sort are
confined to those who came into the
Cannot Vote This Year
Washington, May 8. American sol
diers in France will not be permitted
to vote in the coming elections, the war
department has definitely decided. Men
will be allowed to vote only if their
states wish to collcet'the bnlltJ
In letters to Representative Rodgers,
Massachusetts, Assistant Secretary of
War Benedict Crowell and Adjutant
General McCain said the vote in France
could not be taken without seriously
intjrforing with military efficiency. '
"The matter has been thoroughly
cafvassed on '.(he ground in France, in
tha light of the effort made to collect
the soldier vote in the fall of 1917,"
Crowell wrote. "Thef.o men are entitled
to have a voice iu affairs of the coun
try of-course. But I also believe they
v.di'd be the last ones ;o insist on ex
ercising the franchise because I am cer
tain they must clearly see such a course
constitutes an empediment to military
Today is the day to buy
Casco-2Vw. Clyde-2 'tin
world sine the middle nineties, for
before that time every one rode a bi
cycle, and since the ability to balance
oneself upon a two wheeled machine
once acquired is aever lost, it msy b
taken for granted that your man, or
woman of middle age, with a fi w ex
ceptions, had nothing to lo but hira
a bicycle and go careening on his way
as of yore.
As a matter of fact, tho writer, who
has never been without a bicycle, has
often wondered at tho ddwy ia its
popularity as a modi inn of pleasure and
The Pleasures of Bicycling
To the lover of scenery who delights
not to whizz by a beautiful view in a
motor car, at a speed of anywhere from
twenty five to fifty miles an hour, the
bicycle is a medium of endless pleas
ure. 'An immense amount of highway
can be covered awheel without any
more physical effort than is good for
one, and a rail fence or a tree is al
ways handy and a stretch of shady
sward convenient when the rider wish
es for the tifcie being to allow mis met
al steed to cool off whue he himself
reclines at length to dwell upon soma '
inviting bit of scenery.
Again, as a means of communileatiion
between ono's homo and tho golf links
or tennis courts, the bicycle has tha
double advantage of being oanstantly
at hand and of saving taxi fares.
May the southern idea extend north
ward, to the end that when one soli
tary bicyclist fares forth on the high
way this spring ho may, after a lapse
of years, find himself once more cno
iof a largo group and growing guild
of fellowpodalers. N. Y. livening Post
The Roads Are Open
Idlimb Aboard the Wealth Wagon
Ride a Bicycle
The best thing in the world
The Woods Are Green
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RIDE A BICYCLE -
THE BICYCLE OFFERS GREATER RE
TURNS TO THE BRAIN-WORKER THAN
ANY ONE ELSE. ;
MENTAL EFFORT WITHOUT RELAXING
EXERCISE IN OPEN AIR SPELLS DECAY.
YOUR DOCTOR WILL VERIFY THIS
AND SEND YOU TO US TO FILL THE
SAVE THE DOCTOR'S FEE AND COME
TO US DIRECT.
RIDE ONE OF OUR 1918 LIGHT RUN
NING WHEELS TO GIVE YOUR MIND
AND BOT THE POWER OF PERFECT
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RIDE A BICYCLE-
RIDE A BICYCLE
For Convenience; For Ecntimy; For Health. Don't Dela; Go. to your dealer now
and buy that . bicycle.
THE "NEW TIME" SAVES YOU AN HOUR
OF DAYLIGHT. A BICYCLE WILL SAVE
YOU ANOTRER HOUR OF DAYLIGHT.
THEN WHY NOT ECONOMIZE IN TIE
AND GIVE YOUR GOVERNMENT THE
BENEFIT OF THE SAVING.
IF YOU DO NOT ALREADY OWN A
BICYCLE 0 TO -YOUR DEALER NOW
m MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FGR ONE.
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE
"CAME BACK" TO THE BICYCLE LAST
Scott k Piper
252-260 State Street. Phone 451
272 State Street.
221 South High.
A. H. Moore
445 Court Street. Phone 368
126 South Com'l. Phone 363