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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOUTNAL, SALEM, ORE. FRIDAY, JUNE 14. 191S.
Did FROM SALEM I
TO FEED Offit ARMIES,
.Six Hindred Tens Dried
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AND MARATHON TIRES
10 OFF ON ALL AUTO SUPPLIES
10 OFF ON ALL OILS AND GREASES
$10 BADGER BUMPERS AT $5.00 WHILE THEY LAST
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN BROKEN LINES
FORD OWNERS ARE INVITED TO
MAKE OUR GARAGE THEIR HOME
WHILE IN THE CITY.
260 North High Street
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
I BARGAIN DAY SPECIALS I
ON ALL FURNISHING
Leather and Tapestry Chairs, in New and Period Furni
ture, greatly reduced for Bargain Day. Wicker Chairs
for that summer porch furnishings .
Library Tables, Dining Room Suites, "
Davenports, Stoves, Hammocks, Chairs,
Crockery, Oil Mops, all household furnish
ing will be sold at 15 PER CENT REDUC
TION on Bargain Day.
371 Court Street
A splendid assortment of Brass Beds
will be displayed in Bargain Day-.- Cut
prices. We are the only store in
Salem to give reduced prices on all
YOU GET MORE
FOR YOUR MONEY
Product, Same As 4,000
Tons Fresh Spuds
The Kings Product Company plant
is' one of the busiest places in town,
and liko a saloon in a mining town it
runs 2-4 hours a da; and seven days s
watt. At present it is working on
contract 'or the government for 60Q
tons of potatoes dried, dehydrated, des
sieatcd or whatever the proper name K
This contract was taken last winter and
the plant has been working on it ever
since February 25. As a starter tile
firm bought 4,500,000 pounds of pota
toes or 2,250 tons. To work these up
and get them ready for processing a
force of 150 women is employed work
ing in three eight hour shifts, aud be
sides there is a large number of other
employes- making the pay roll one of
!the largest in the eity. The potatoes
yield 13 to 18 poumlj of drisd product
i to the hundred pom -is or are reduced to
lless than one Bix'.h their weight wheu
'fresh. Besides tl'-i all waste is elim-
'inated, and wlw-n the Willamette Tal-j i
!ley potatoes rea'li Franco there is not;, ., , . .. , '
!an ounce of wa.Ue in them. The pro- to,nIs ?J, d wa
!duct is pack, d in five gallon tin eai.!of Pneumonia. Bat we are glad to re
I soldered tiMy and will keep ind,fiu- jlwt he P"mnS
itely. Whea opened all that is required " oi nuuoam w caiieu
is a soaking for a few hours and thr ll Donald Saturday night to see W.
spuds are there as fresh as when tbey Hamilton, who was taken very , ill in
came from under the valley soil. There , ""ght He is able to be about again,
aie no peelings, no spoiled potatoes, noj Mrs. Shelton of Dallas, who has
damn 'rod ones, half of which would have been making an extended visit with
to be discarded. Instead the process her cousin, Ben Quinu, returned home
u-.alus it possible for the government Saturday.
to simply "fresh potatoes", to the boys Mrs. Ben Quinn visited her mother,
. ('ranee ready for use, and so treated ! Mrs. Matthoit near Butteville, Mon
ti. Lit one ship will carry as many of I day.
tiieni as six would carry in their natural I Mlgg Lillitj Fellers took the noon
i-undition. train, Tuesday, for Portland.
A eovcrnmont inspector is on the job , Hn. Fannie Mercer roturned from
nil the tim watching the processes and poraland Monday, after spending the
when a carload is ready it is evjnt away week ond with her brother, Mr. Milan,
at once. About two cars are shipped a Mrs. F. Sexsmith is in Portland at-
wock. Starting as it did just when ure-, tending the session of the grand lode
gon and for that matter the whole coun-jof Eastern Star.' The lodge in Donald
try had the biggest potato crop in its expects to receive tneir cnarter at inis
history this plant has proved a boon to time.
this -section taking care already of some Mrs. J. C. Moore also visited the
2,000 tons of the crop that othorwise j lodge Wednesday.
unnM have been slow about findine a Grant White of Canby was in Don-
,,:ut aid Sunday. He reports his who very
As soon as the contract on potatoes ' sick with pneumonia, but she is im-
is finished which will be in about throe proving.
wi.-. nlnnt will hemn handlinff Mrs. jsrnesc r oners wa canou to ai
loiranberrics. After that crop is dispos-.bany on account of the serious illness
ed of string beans will have their in-1 of hw sister, bho returned ijiesday ev
ning, followed by other vegetables in lening and 1 reports her sister improving,
their season, cabbage, (velery, carrots'. Jame? E. Hiffiiw of Flint , Michagan,
an,i the like each being given a run visiting his sister, Mrs. W. Hamil-
for its money or whatever it runs for. ! ton-
Some idea of the amount of business I Orvillo.Cone baa the misfortune to
done by the company can to gained , & .Try5 bl
from a glance at the lugging Doxes piled ;
up behind the plant, some 4L.UUO ol
them. These boxes are furnished the
farmers and fruit growers for handling
their products in.
Eiks Flast Day Program
at Willson Park Tonight
Tim fnllowinff is the program to be
given this evening at Willson park by
Salem lodge No. 336, B. P. O. E. Flag
day will be observed by every r.ius
lodge in the country. Members of the
lodge will moot at 7:30 o'clock in the
evening at the lodge and march in a
body to the park, with the Cherrian
The Star Spangled Banner lineman
Introductory ritualistic exercises dv
the Exalted Kuler and otticers.
prayer By the chaplain, John .
Snlo Miss Ada Miller.
flag record John Carsort.
Altar service Esquire and officer
Tribute to the flag B. W. Macy.
Mu met Cherrian band.
Patriotic address Walter L. Toozc.
Patriotic selections Cherrian band.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST
Advertised Juno 11, 1918.
Bcckley, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert;
Campbell, Mr. Thos.; Collins, Mrs.
Lucy; Finly, Mrs. E. B.; Gordon, Mr.
Harry; Graves, Wannic; Jones, Mm.
Nellie; Leigh, Mr. J. jr.; uixuetim,
Mr. S. G. B.; Livingston, John; Mickey
Mr. Jno- J.; Minute Mrs. 0-; Schofield,
Miss Irene; Scholes, Alice E.; Thomp
son. Miss Mary; Townsond, Miss Mary.
Hcrshcy's Cocoa 1 5c, 2 for 25c
Special Hosiery 1 5c pair
Fo Wo Woolwoith & Co
5-1 0-1 5c Store 425 State Street
Mr. Shires of Buttcville brouglit in
load of cucumbers to ship to Port
Mrs. Will Yergen and Miss Mabel
were visitors to Woodburn Tuesday.
Mrs. Shedock of Portland spent Wed
nesday with her sister. Mrs. Dayton
Mrs. Fred Yergen was a business vis
itor to Woodburn Tuesday. .
Mrs. G. W. Young was shopping in
Salem Saturday and Monday,
Mrs. J. L. itcisbeck, Mrs. Ben Quioi
and Mrs. O. Freeman took the 8 a. at.
train for Portland, Thursday,
Misses Maibey Doty and Estolle Grot-
tie left on the noon train Wednesday
for Portland. Miss Doty loft Thursday
evening for 'her home in Redmond, Or.,
and Miss Grettie for her home in Sa
lem. Miss Grettie exipects to spend
most of her summer working in the
Portlaud post office and Miss Doty's
vacation will be spent in and around
Frad Sexsiuith, our depot agent,, wa
a Portland visitor Wednesday.
J. L. Keisbei-k spent the wock end'
with, bis; family,, returning a Portland
Monday a. m. .
Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. Thurston. Yer
gen aUeaded" the Ee4 Cross moating
These hut days are so unusual in
Oregon that everyone is aiying, '01i
how hot!" About tho only cool pJi&es
to be fouad here, ia in Johnson's brick
Some Tualitin partiea were buying
hogs from W. Singer near Donald,
Thursday, hauliug theoii off in ait auto
II. K. Smith sliippcd a car of cord
wood aud Stanley Smith a car of ship
knoes, from Donald Thursday
Mr. Eieb, our butcher, w badly
hurt Monday by bis horse falling on
him; been going on crutches since that
Rheumatism Back on the Job
With its Old-time Fury
M 4 , MM M ' -ttt
A fine Case threshing machine was
shipped to Henry Zorn of Chompocg,
Monday. He will be prepared now to
look after threshing grain in fine
No let-Up In Its Torture,
Pretty soon you will bo Machine
for the liniment bottle again, for the
millions of little1 pain demons that
cause Rheumatism are on the war
path. Winter weather seems to awak
en them to renewed fury.
But your Rheumatism cannot be
rubbed away, because liniments and
lotions cannot reach the disease. It
Is in the blood, and only a remedy
that; gow dees down into the circula
tion, and routs out the disease germs.
can rid you of this disabling disease.
S. S. S. has given some wonderful
results In treating Rheumatism. Be
ing a purely vegetable blood remedy,
it purLles the blood of every germ.
and thus removes the cause 01 ltneu
matism. Get a bottle to-day at your
Hnitr store, and start on the riRht
treatment that will get results, i reo
advice about your case can De nau oy
writing to Medical Director, 26 Swift
Laboratory. Atlanta, Ga.
fOanital Journal Speeiul Service)
Donald, June 14. Saturday evening j
Mrs. Fred Yergen entertained in her j
hospitable homo tho following ladies,
while their husoanns auenuea
ie lodge in Donald, Mesrtames Quinn.
Flynn, Bieebeeh, J. P. Feller, Loran
Ge'isey, Chris Geisey, A. Aufranc, Hex
smith, O. Freeman, Cribble, and Miss
Eva Swan of Cha'mpoeg. The evening
was spent in "500." Ice cream and
cake wore nerved at the close of the
Miss Louise Kerr e-f Aurora was a
visitor in Donald Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A flohnson of
Portland end Mr. and Mrs- F. I. Allen
motored from Portland Sunday to
spend the day with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Johnson.
Gus JaTgeiyof Sherwood visited Don
E. J. Allen of Woodburn was doing
business in Donald Thursday.
E. G. Eobirwon of the Molalla Elec
tric Co. made hia monthly visit to Don
Mr. and Mrs. X E. Feller motored
to Macksburg Sunday to visit Mrs
Fellers' brother, Mr. Garre't.
Andy Wilson was brought home Sun
day from a Portland "hospital, whero
he had been for isome time. He ws
operated upon for adenoids and his
tlAn Economical, Delightful. Light Place to
NOW FOR A BIG DAY OF VALUES
G A I N- D
SATURDAY, JUNE 15
This Bargain Day Sale merchandise in many instances cost more wholesale
today than we're selling it for, and wholesale prices are going higher almost
by the day. The following offerings are conclusive arguments in favor of your
buying NOW. Suits marked V2 regular
All Wool Jersey Suits
AH Wool Serge, Blue and Tan
Coats, Extra Snecial
36-inch Foulard Silks $1.65
36-inch Silk Poplin $1.00
33-inch Silk Pongee 79c
36-inch Fancy Shantung ....... 59c
$17.50 to $19.50
$ 9.50 to $25.00
$8.95 to f 25.00
$10.50 to $25.00
LINGERIE AND VOIL WASH
79c and 98c JJ
Silk Waists, plain and lace trimmed,
extra special value $1.98
Silk Crepe de Chine $2.98
Silk Fibre Sweaters . .$4.50 to $19.50
Tissue Ginghams 19c
White and Striped Lawns 19c
Splendid Assortment Lawns ,.12'2c
36-inch Sport Stripes 19c
New and Up to Date Styles, Silk Ta'feta and and Messaline. Plain colors,
stripes and plaids, elastic waist bands and fancy pockets.
Extra Value, $4.98.
Silk Petticoats, $2.98 to $5.00
House Dresses Best Quality Gingham Percale and Sport Goods. .98c to $3.50
A beautiful showing of Silk Sweater Coats, plain and fancy. . .$4.50 to $19.50
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