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A Business Man
' (Capital Journal Special Service) '
Tumor, Or., May 30. S. M. Martin
of Portland has returned home after
spending a few days with his sous,
Charley and Will.
Mrs. Ilenry L. Eurl was the house
guest of Mrs. 0. F. Booth in Salem Wed
nesday and Thursday of this week.
Mrs. William Warrell and William
Warrell, Jr., of Mangum,' Okla., arrived
In Turner Tuesday, Mrs. Worrell is a rel
ative of L, D. llarr.
J. E. AYaggoiire is taking a few days
lay off Maybe Us measles and not
Mrs. J. E. Whitehead (Francis' Mor
ris) and baby boy came homo from Su-
Air.OHOL-3 PER CENT.
tlni iheSiomAchs and Bowls of
Cheerfulness ana Kesiumuu
neither Opium. Morphine nor
Mineral. Not NAHCOTiv
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Attvttj drtttor$. Send 50c. end we will hip
I"' to soldiers and sailors anywhere.
Mrs. H. A. Thiesen and Mrs. 0. A.
Maswy were in Marion Sunday assist
ing with the singing during services
Pearl P. llussler was wearing a real
pleasant smile Wednesday morning. We
judge thut morning mail was o very
Mrs. 0. O. Havage of Salem and Mrs.
Aildie Hackney of Eola w,mc callers at
the llarr home Wednsdny afternono.
Mrs, George Farrls and son Leonard
of Summit II ill spent Wednesday in
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bliafer of
Portland were over Sunday visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. I., Bones.
Kb Cornelius of Washington and
daughter arc visiting his brothers, 0. H.
P. and Win. A. Cornelius.
W. A. Murtin's of the Win. A, Mar-
t For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
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never in bulk.
tin Lumber company, are closing their
town home and will camp at tlio saw
mill during the summer months.
Mrs. Irene Hillorery has ben the
lious.. guest of Miss Elizabeth Cornelius
Silver Creek Falls has been the scene
of several picnic parties from Turiuir
within the last few weeks.
While I do not want to infringe on
Marion items would like to add that
four babies were christened Sunday
Key. M. MacFarland of Turner-Marion
churches presiding. Among the babies
was little Max Woodard MacFarland of
the Turner Presbyterian manse.
The Junior High school entertained
the Iligh school Tuesday evening and
as one High school boy said, "All were
thre and everyone had a good time."
The High school pupils enjoyed a pic
nic at Green's bridge Wednesday even
The "Navy" won so the "Army"
has to treat, the, contest closed for the
sale of W. S. 8. Wednesday noon.
Grant Farris lias .enlisted and is at
Vancouver at present.
The Red Cross drive shows receipts
for $."St!.7!l. Part of this, $8.78, was se
cured by a sale of a calf donated to
the Red Cross by Mrs. L. E. Heniiis.
Mr. Peterson sold his entire house
hold goods and farm supplies, moving
Saturday to South Dnkotn.
The W. W. C. of Surprise grango No,
i.Vi of Turner met Tuesday at the e.ura
try home of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
Work was done for so'.dier bovs. Af
the noon hour the members gathered
around a table loaded with good things
which was served by that gracious hos
tess ably assitod by Mrs. Emma Ilor
ren, together with several little folkp.
Mrs. Wright will be the next fto-vesa.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
North Howell, Or., May 30. Isaac
Stevens and Ellis Stevens and family at
tended the Memorial services at Miller
Chester Jefferson lias finished his
training at Camp Lewis and was home
for a last visit before he is assigned to
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Calvert and fam
ily of Dallas motored over to spend
Sunday with the Sylvester Manning
family. Miss Edith Manning accompan
ied them home for a short visit.
Miss Esther Scharf of near Salem is
domiciled at the home of R. C. Jeffer
son. Every one is busy planting potatoes.
A large acreage will b planted V't in
spite of prevailing low prices.
Supervisor J."fferson has a crew of
men and teams hauling gravel on the
Mt. Angel road.
Mrs. Ben Miller Hs spending a few
weeks in Portland where she is taking
Mrs. Chas. Eaggleson and son Robert
left last we.'k to join her husband at
Eddyville, Oregon, where they will make
their future home. Miss Gladys Oddie
accompanied her for a few month's'
H!P,H STRAIN SMRI&wmM Red Cross
Credits For Special Work
Wiii Be Materiaflr Reduced
Htef1(T tie high svhcot studen-t
who is i or Unci to do Ihronoh rte
three years course with as little real
study as possible wi!l find it somewhat
more difficult than in the past
According to ie plan cf study is
announced by Superintendent Todd at
the meeting of the .oohool board last
evening, the high school student here
after will be obliged to take more aca
demic, studies 4a order to receive the
prper nujnber of credits.
All studies reauirinff a full terlnrt
of study and recitation will carry one
credit each semester, while these that
require no special preparation or spe
cial study will be allowed only a
Wkeja a student enters the hiirh
school, he will be iiven the selection
of five general courses of n.lv. a
outlined by Superintendent Todd. If
the student ds preparins for a colleee
course, the studies will be on the aca
demic line where a certain number of
credits are required by institutions of
A igeneral course of study has been
prepared Ifor those who are uncertain
as to their future work.In this course
16 cedits are required and 16 are elect
ive. Fer those who intend to prepare
themselves for commercial life, five
studies are elective.
An industrial eourse is designed for
those who wish to specialize in domes
tie economy-and industrial' pursuits,
requiring 2? credits w'.th ten elective-
For those who eerpect to teach, there
will be the teachers' training course
In this work, 23 credits are required
and nine are elective.
Uy this arrangement, Supeiiutendcnt
Todd said that twice aa mauy students
wouild take the academic course while
the vocational courses would bo taken
by those who had a special line of
work in view.
New teachers were tinpioyod as fob
lews: Lucilo Watson to the junior
hih si'hcol at a salary of $S" a month;
Thedo Perkins trai:sfe:rci.l from Grant
to special teacher of penmanship and
supervisor of muaiil at a monthly sal
ary of $HX; Mk-s Mary Green to the
junior .high school at a salary of $90
a mouth; Miss Angus a Linalblocm to
the cilaueratary grade at a monthly sal
ary of $100; Miss Mary Fatts to the
senior high school at n salary of $9)
a month in th? dnpnrtinent of music.
Mission Bottom School
A Vi'rv pninvflhlu tivntrrnm urn a er'ivon
at tlv. Mi!,.,! iwtnm .,.i.n,.l t.
urdav niuht. Mav.25th. The entertain,
lm.iit wn m.ib.r' Hm ,linHnn f .i,n
teacher, Fabian Roscher. The sum
ized from the sale cf pies, ice cream.
enke and 1-mouade is to be used for
the purpuse of buying a new flae for
the school and for the benefit of the:Mrs- '"i vot'al "et Lillian
Red Cro , 1
Violin solo, "Spanish Waltzes", Simon
Valchak; address, August Huckestein;
recitation, Floyd Lauder; "The Allies"
seven children; piano solo, El.oanor
Huckestein; Daylight Saving, Pearl
Jones; Up With the Flag, Charles
Brooke; recitation, Alice Collnrd; vio
lin sextette "Tales From Hoffman",
"Star Spangled Banner" Winona Smith
Ralph Parker, Elaine Stcingmbe, Simon
Volchak, Donnie Smith, Clarence Ruge;
director, Elizabeth Lew; recitation
Marion Aspinwall; "The Mortifying
Mistake" Grace Brooke; recitation," E "l
. ' '
uest Scott; vocal solo, "R-cause You
re Irish" Albert Eagan; Dialogue, Clare
Proper Food for Weak Stomachs
Tho proper food for one man mav be
all wrong for another. Every ne should
lopt a diet suitable to us aae and
occupation. These who have weak Btom-
aehs need to bo especially careful and
should eat slowly and masticate their
food thoroughly. It is also important
that they keep their bowels regular.
When they become constipated or when
they fool dull and stupid after eating,
they should take Chamberlain 's Tab
lots to strengthen the stomach and
movo the bowels. They are easy to
talse and pleasant in effect.
OUR SPECIAL PRICES
CONTINUES THIS WEEK
Why pay $6.50 and $7.00 for Army Shoes
when you can buy Buckingham & Hecht
Army Shoes for $4.75 and $5.75.
The Ladies can buy Keith Konquerer
Shoes and save 75 cents if they buy this
week. Remember we sell no junk but only
Standard Make of Goods.
SBOE ; SHOP
Picnic al Victor Point
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Victor Point, Or., May 30. It was dc
oided at tKi last regular meeting of the
auxiliary, to hold a Bed Cross rally ana
picnic iu the grove at this place on
Saturday, June 13th. The principal fea
lures will be two big addresses and good
music, both vocal and instrumental. A
good jazzy band has been engaged t
furni.-.h music throughout the entire
day. There will be something doing
every minute. Lunch will be sold and
served by th ladies of the auxiliary
from twelve o'clock until one-thirty.
Nothing will be left undon? to mak(
this picnic a success and a pleasant day
for everyone. Come and "enjoy the day
with us. It will be both interesting
There will be a great big dance in
the evening. Remember the date and
come. Saturday, June loth. The date
for the social that was previously an
nounced has been cancelled.
Bes, Remedy for Whooping Cough
"Last winter when my little boy
bad the whooping cough I gave him
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." writes
Mrs. J. B. Robets, East St. Louis, 111.
"It kept his cough loose nd relieved
him if those dreadful coughing spells.
It is the only cough medicine I keep
in the house because I have the most
confidence in it." This remedy is also
good lor colds and croup.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Pratum May 30.: Saturday evening
May 18, Pratum gave a Red Cross pro
giam and ice cream social. A great
many people wore in attendance. The
rollowmg program was given: cong,
America, audience; address, Red Cross
society. S. S. Baumgaiitner; violin solo,
Albert Laeehty. accompanied by Mrs.
Liechtyj recitation, Clarence Kleen;
violin solo, Winona Smith; dialogue,
In want of a s?rvant, fast, Alicia and
Ellis Wedty, Zamma Lambert, Mrs.
Silke, Anita Hendricks, Mts. Geo-
Kleen and Ralph Kleen; viclin eneam
b'e, Barcarolle, Miss Levy; recitation,
Myrtle Myers; vocal solo, Mrs. Suke;
violin sa!o, Albert Lieekty; dialogue.
Aunt Jane's legacy, Mrs. Silke, Mel-
vm Lien, Miss Harold; recitation, Hel
en LeJisy; violin solo, Simon Volschauf
address, boy scouts, Melvin Lien; scout
demonstrations, boy scouts. Aner the
pro;Tam a cake was sold, rue married
men bidding aaain3t tlie single. Some
thing over $12 was obtained for the
cake, the married men s-'ciiriiig it.
A quilt made by the ladies of the
Red Cross waa raffled off. A. W. Pow
ell held the winning number.
lco cream and eake made by the la
dles of the community was also sold.
In all. something over $16 was made
and turned over to the Rod Cross.
The auxiliary nuct hut Thursday,
May 23, instead of the Tegular dayj
because the regular meeting would
have been on Memorial day.
Collnrd and Ralph Brooke; "The Ser-
vice Flag'.' Rosalie Jons; violin solos
Minuet, Beethoven, Polonaise, Mendel
real-isohn. Winoua Smith; recitation, MP.ton
LaueV'r; recitation, Edna Cantrell; vo-
,ul smu " 5,"" '-
Ptt: recitation, Rnplh Brooke; address.
(Continued from page four.)
1 ed in the draft to work for the United
Stutes and world freedom. Another fea
ture was given by four young ladies
the Misses Gladys Webb, Golda Steffen
Audrey Baggett and Bertha Tuvc. Pan
toinir.? "Jesus Lover of My Soul" by
Thelma Cary; Zelda DeSart, Martha
x; ..lii ir if rt:.. T....n:n
u " V., . w"h
? 1 "t- 1 p I 1
I.ii.lttv Homlinor iv Allan (mill Hnnprr-
son (original); Mr. E. E. Bassett's sing-
ing was very much appreciated, he be
iuir recalled bv cucor.? three times rea
son he spoke each word distinctly.
Mrs. E. E. Fisli.or showed samples of
the Red Cross workers are making to
send to the hospitals at the front i:i
Mrs. Buell gave a talk telling what
tki work of the Red Cross is and what
it is trving to do for humanity,
Mr. Denton gave a splendid talk
which was very much appreciated by
every one present, All would like very
much to hear him when he could have
tho early part of the evening and talk
as long as lie wished. He is a very
instriu-tive speaker. Superintendent W
M. South aud Mr. Miller, manual train
ing teacner of Salem high fcnol, wer
jinoug the spectators.
Xut having a ropy of the program
will say tl.'re was a numtrr of good
ihir.zs besides those mcntiund. The
voting folks finished the program with
a dance, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lichty
furnishing the music.
Miss Gladys Webb the primary teae--
ei was retained for the next school year.
Mrs. Frank Simmons took dinner with
Mrs. J. W. Baggett last Tuesday.
Mrs. McDowell and son of Portland
spent the week end with Mrs. Fred
Grover Simons who has been quite
sick is improving slowly.
Mr. Fred Durbin's parents who liae
been visiting him have rturud to Van
Those visiting Albert Janz and fam
ily a week ago Sunday were Mrs. Anna
Simmons and Mr. and Mrs.' Ravmond
Simmons of Monitor, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1
Simmons, and baby Ruth, Mr. and
Mrs. Robt. Janz, Mr. Vera Shepard,
Mrs. E. Adams and son Earl of Silver-!
The ball game between Waconda and
Howell was 5 to 11 in favor of Howell.)
Creta Janz is visiting her sister's
school this week. Miss Leta is teach
ing close to Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. John Parks was in Sa
lem Monday Mr. Parks was looking for
Those attending Mrs. D. A. Harris'
funeral from Howell were Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Durbin, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Steffen
Mrs. John Twed, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Wcrnr. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Binegar and
daughter Fannie, Walter Binegar, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Lovre, Mrs. Clarence Sim
mons, Misses Bertha Tuve, Audrey Bag
gett, Laurel Janz.
Oscar Bersing who was taken to a Sa
lem hospital and was operated on for ap
pendicitis is getting along fine.
Isaac Moores has treated uimself to
a new Ford.
Frank and Clanence Simmons are
working on Arthur Simmons new barn.
Mr. Thomas Tuve attended the ball
game at Central Howell Sunday.
Wednsday afternon Mrs. Tuve was
calling on Mrs. Fred DuAiin and Mrs
J. W. Baggett.
Mr. and Mrs. W.ost Spittler's dau&a
ter of Portland was visiting them Sun
day. ."Paul Bassett has a position with the
Kotli Grocery Co., of Halm.
Miss Bertha Tuve is assitiiig Mrs.
Fred Durbin at present.
Miss Letha Moores spent Sunday with
her sister, Mrs. Frank Simons.
Mrs. Frank Durbin- and. Mrs. Fred
lary were picking ferns and wild straw
berrvs here Saturday.
Amos Branch of Salem took dinner
with J. W. Baggett and family Tuesday.
Miss Lllen Stetien nud Miss Ida
Rttdishouser was visiting Miss Golda
Steffen Wednesday afternoon.
Geo. Kalb returned Tuesday frou
Clackamas where h? got some up- to
date seed potatoes.
Chris Liehtv and family was visiting
Aliiert hggiman s Sunday.
The Miss Ask's invited Miss Lillie
Gerber to eat ice cream Monday even
ing. Mrs. Arthur Gobbin's mother is visit
ing her at prewnt.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
For the Cost of Improving High Street
in the Oity of Salem, From Mill
Street to the South uine of Bush
To Ellen L. Hazelton and Elizabeth
You, aud each of you are hereby no
tified that tho city of Salem has, by
ordinance No. 15.15, levied a re-asess-ment
upon your respective properties
hereinafter described, and in the
amount hereinafter set forth for such
property's proportionate share of the
cost of improving High street in the
city of Salom from Mill street to the
south huo of Bush street, together
with six per cent interest thereon from
the date of delinquency of the original
assessment. A description of each lot
or part thereof or parcel of land, the
owner thereof, and the amount assess
ed and levied upon it is as follows,
Tho north one-half of lot 7 in block
10 of the eity cf Suleni. Ore. Ellen L.
Hazelton, cost $239.00. Interest $G1.38.
The north 47.5 feet of lot 2 iu
block 17 of the City of Sn!ein, Ore.
Elizabeth E. Hunt, cost $-22.04. Inter
Stiid assessments were entered in
volumo 3, docket of city liens, on the
ICth day of April, 1918, as a charge
and lien against tho said properties,
and are now due aud payable to the
This notice is served upon you by
publication thereof, for ten days, in
the Daily Capital Journal, a newspa
per published in the city of Salem, by
order of the common council.
Date of first publication hereof, is
May 28, 1918-
Recorder of the City of Salem, Oregon
SALE OF BONDS CALL FOR BIDS
Tho undersigned will reiedive bids
up till five o'clock p. m. June 3, 1918,
for improvement bonds of the city of
Salem, Oregon, to the amount of $8,
633.50, interest at the rate of 6 per
cent per annum, payab!e semi-annually
at Salem, Oregon. Such bonds will be
sold for net less than par and accrued
interest; date of -bonds May 1, 1918.
The city reserves the right to refuse
any and all bids.
5-29 . City Recorder.
- ADMINISTRATOR, ' S NOTICE
Notice is hereby triven that the un
dersigned by an order of the county,
court of the state of Oregon for the
county of Marion, duly made end en
tered on he 5th day of March, 1918,
was appointed administrator of the es
tate of Clark Rickev, deceased, and
that he has duly qualified as such ad
ministrator. All parties having claims
against such estate are hereby notified
to present the same with proper vouch
ers as required by law to said adminis
trator at Salem, Oregon, within . six
months from the date of this notice.
Dated this 23d day of May 1918.
1 CO REG A
Holds False Teeth Firmly
It Prevents Sore Qums
Gums shrink or swell and plates be
come loose, which is E9 fault -f the
Dentist, An application ef CO H EGA
sifted evenly on the Dental Plate re
lieves these conditions. It holds th
Plate firmly and comfortably ia posi
tion. Also promotes mouth hygiene.
25e at Drug Stores and Dental Sup
ply Houses. Your Druggist can get it
from his wholesaler. Free sample
from Corega Chemical Co.. Cleveland
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
"PLAYING THE GAME"
Comedy by Geo. Ade
A Show That Will Make
You Glad You Came.
"THE BANDIT AND THE
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