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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE. THURSDAY. JUNE 20. 191 a.
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Privates Harry Harriet, Tviwiiseiui,
Patrick Burtlioli'tti", Hui'kon, N, I.
I'. lj. Cox, Fairmouiit, Ind.
William UHllnglier, lri'lnml.
V. ii. Jenkins, Huntnvilk, Ky.
Prank Just, Pena Van, N. 1".
J. Ij. McAvoy, Chicago.
J. II. Begau, Pittsf lold, Mass.
John Stevenson, IThicngo.
Marvin Williams, Collinsvillc, Ala.
Died of wounds:
Lieutenant 0. L. Capps, Liicnmn, N. C,
Meclanio Jim Arnold, Bello Buckle,'
Privates R. W. Bieseekor, Iodoi,
P. T. Brooking, Kirksvlllc, ifo.
Antonio Grasni, Italy.
Ulnronce Ht. John, Cleveland, Ohio.
I). D. Scott, liiuard Mills, Ohio.
Walter StnlmasJiek, South Chicago.
Bergeant K. A. Tenbroeck, Hpriugf ield
Died of diieaa:
Died of disease:
Major Edward N. Uoults, Alexandria,
Corporal Edward Lowery, I'linceton,
l-'ireman Juan Din?:, Spain.
Privates Terry Ileigiu, Lisbon, N. H.
P. E. Cobb, Attleboro, Mass.
William Hill, Kocheport, Mo.
I). A. Murray, Jr., Iiiuintnv, Mass.
Died from airplane accident:
Lieutenant J. C. Trees, Pittsburgh,
Fenn, , . ' '
Hergeont Prank Ennis, Valley Palls,
Died of airplane accident: '
Private Thomas Pnyiv, Dayton, Ohio I
1.110 wouiuiea severely mciiuieii:
Lieutenants K. T. Eriekson, Living-Mo
J. C. Ferguson, Tipton, Iowa.
J. A. Henderson, Hriilgeton, Mo.
This, th "L"-He.d Mi
of utemobita enKinc, liM
all int0ral eonibuation
ntlntl, CQUUia in oil
0t huldi its lubricating
qualities at ulindar hut,
burna dean la tht com.
buntion ctaambart and
fntt out with aahautt.
kKOLENB fills thaaa
btcsu It it oornctly ra
fined from !ootd Catf
(omit itftktU-b crudt.
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Uncle Sam pushed the clock ahead one hour to
give more light.
Take advantage of it. You owe it to yourself anc1.
your country to make every minute count. Use
your car passenger or commercial to the limit.
Samuel P. Colt, president of the United States R.ubbcr
Company, helped awaken the country to the eco
nomic value of the automobile last fall. He said
"Everything on wheels must be used and mobilized.
"The automobile is second to the railroads as an
adjunct and supplementary to them in collecting and
"Owners should use their cars, both passenger and
commercial, more and more."
Make 4he most of your car by using the tires that
will extend its usefulness to the utmost.
Use good tires United States Tires.
They last longest and carry you farthest at least cost.
There is a United Slates Tire for every car or truck
to guarantee uninterrupted service and greatest
economy. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer
will tell you which ones will serve you best.
Unfed States Tires
are Good Tires
N. W. Markua, Qtiiney, 111.
Wounded, dl'grca undetermined:
Private J- George, Pes Moines, la.
MisiMi kjt in action:
Lieutenant 0. J. Kendall, Napier
Growers May Skip Spray
In Regular Schedules
O. A. C. Experiment Station, t'orval
lia, Juii,? 20. Hera imp. scab and brown
rot have had but little, opportunity to
develop this year on aeocunt of weather
unfavorable to these (lUcasea, mauv
growers iave been nbl,9 to omit the reg-
ular 10-day spray for apples and penis
and the Juno spray fjor stone fruits. The
sonson opened with, minimum infection
and the dry spring, has ninde it hard
for scab and brown rot to maka head
way. "It is well to apply lime-sulfur, 1-50,
with the 4-5 weeks spray for control
of codling moth en apples and pears, n
a precautionary measure," says Ppif. If.
P, Barss, of O. A. C. "Still if dry weath
er continues it will hardly be necessary
to' spray for uny fungous dis.'nso unless
present in the orchard duo to local con
"If it should turn off rainy In or
chards where the set of fruit is good
and not already covered with a protec-'
uvo coating of fungieid summer
strength application should be mad'.' be
foro the rain or as .soon after as possible,
ll is 14 late fur good control after a
pertdiJof vain. In regions where fog and
uWf'prevnil it Is best to hold strictly to
i. " i i.i 1 i i .I . . ' f ..
the feeoniuvnded schedule of sprays for
brown rot of prunes and peaches."
Many fruit growers hnvo been able
omit part of the recrulnr spray pro
igrnm for the control of fungous diseases
j i,is year Iv-cause of the dry weather. If
it should turn off rainy, however, whor,,
Entirely Satisfactory" f
Only perfect tatusfaction can ac
count for the use oi ZEROLENE
by the majority of automobile own
ers. Ltedinf rout diitributon alts teitlfy that It
it "1 moat satiiiactorjr motor oil,"
The know from the recordi of their acrvlc
departments -and wa know from aahauitiva
ZKKOLENK. correcllr refined 'at
from selected California tiphatt-base) crude, 4
rtvee perfect lubrication with leaat earboa
oepoiit Oet our lubrication chart showing
the correct Conalatency (or your car.
Al dtin mrywhtm and Standard Oi
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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Agt, Standard Oil Co., Salem
President Issues Proclamation
to Put End to Speculation
'Washington, Juno 20. -President Wil
sou, in a proclamation issued today, re
quires owners of stockyards to secure
liceiiws before Juy 25. The secretary of
agricuture, thereby, is giveu virtual
control of the yards to the end of con
serving the food supply and directing
Livestock commission men are also ro
quired to obtain licenses.
Application for licenses must b,. made
to the luw department, license division,
United Mates tood administration,
The president issued his proclamation
uiul-T power granted him by congress
last August to control distribution of
food products in the interest of national
security and defense.
The move is part of the plun to get
Renter co-operation betwc.311 livestock
raisers, the packers and the food admin
Licensing of the stockyards is ono of
the recommendations of President Wil
son 'a meat commission, which recently
investigated the wholo livestock indus
try. It is one of the big steps taken to
stop speculation in food necessities.
Speculators will b,, brought under gov
ernment license and manipulation of the
meat supply, especially beef, wil be
K-eretary of Agrieulturn Houston is
entrusted with enforcement of the
stockyards licensing proclamation.
th orchard holds a valuable crop of
fruit already covered with a piohective
coating of fungicide, it would be well
to apply a summer strength spray ba
forj th0 rain begins or as soon ns pos
sible. It is too late for control if applied
after an extended period of rain. In re
gions where fog and mist pr.ovail, it
would be well to hold strictly to the
regular schedule of sprays.
Dear Air. Kditor: Cost of spraying is
high, and information that a spray may
be skipped is valuable to grower, for it
saves him money and labor, Editor
Turning Millions Into
Federal Treasury Now
. Washington, Juno 20. Intern
al revenue collectors today re
mitted approximately ,)00,000,
.000 to the treasury, derived
from iivcome' and excess profits
taxes. Rot urns from these two
aources Ro far Jiave. netted
Payments on the third liberty
loan todnv reached $3,21 8.000,
000, living about 1,000,000,
Geatral Greene Relieved of
Command May Get Com
mand of Philippines
Taeoma, Wash., June 20. With Ma
jor (i-'iieral H. A. Greene relieved of
command of the it 1st division iiml nn his
way to Washington, I. p., to report to
.lie war department, oftu-ers at Camp
Lewis were dumbfounded todav at the
i'.tddeu and unexpected change that de
prived the cantonment of its eoBimand
'r. It is stated that General Green is re
Uiruing to his filp rank of brigadier
general in the regular army and , that
he will be given command of the de
partmeiif of the Philippines at Manila.
Brigadier General Foltz is in t.?mporary
eommand of Camp Lewis.
No official statement has been given
out ut division headquarters, further
Mian an admission that telegraphic, or
ders returning U-iieral Greene to the
rank of brigadier general were receiv
ed. Prom one end of the camp to th,?
other, officers did not even attempt to
vonturo a suggestion of the possible
cause of the ivjw order which Arrived
ut a time when, as the general himself
not y-ii ago expressed it, "orders to
move overseas might arrive at any
i Major General Greene came to Taro
ma almost before Camp Le'vis proper
xisted and, under his guiding hand, had
ircii it grow to the largest, cantonment
jo pao.vv oijl i 'pun pojni.i oii u
visiting miltiary inspectors of all de
partments is to be aeceptid, among the
General Greene spent severaTmonths
last winter in France, in conformance
with the policy of the war department
which was sending division command
ers to the battle front to obtain infor
mation first hand before leading, theri
division overseas. The general success
fully parsed th required physical exam
ination following his return to Tacoma.
Who the division commanded will be.
no one at Camp Lewis "would hazard s
ruess today. The matter rests with th,
Have Been Overthrown
Copenhagen, June 19. The bolshevi
lu in western Siberia ihave been over
thrown by counter revolutionary forc
es who have formed a new govern
inenit, supported by the Czechoslovaks,
acc',rdin; to Perrograd dispatches pub
lished in Gerniau newspapers
TIid counter revolutionists ha-ve rap
tured Omsk, Samara nml Xov-Niko
Iflvslc. i't. wfl rpmnrljil
' - , '" . ... . , , .
I re nier ,n,e is mo nlizmg bclshe-
v.k, troops .Ions the Volga river in
the I ral niouirtains, the dispatches
sai11, . ,
My Millions to
HfllKP War VVf)i"HPlC
. . . "U3C tiai HUIhCI5(
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tlV. f?i.0VUnC '19--U,lor.
W?i 5 ? l Veni,aTn fct Jrc,ldont
Pl lhX x v I PAID TD'HITTINCr IT UP
j v AND -J
ill i i Kmjmm
M t ' M -NOT ENOUGH TO
American motorists have been giv- stop at a tequired point. Permanent
Infr all their retention to going fast 8'Kns r.rc eiisplayed and the subway
and none to stopping, declares John c,al's sl0, K0 as to ,Pen in front
J. Younger, wel. known automobile antfeonS Mr. YoA
engineer, now supervising engineer-i thinkSi if a simiar stl.ing of 8utomo.
ing in the War Department's Motor j bilds attempted to stop at as fre
Transport Division. "Get-away," . quent intervals ns the subway trains,
'pick up," "dash" nre familiar terms, Good Brake Lining Important ;
he says, but nobody ha3 been think-, The importance of having auto
ing of stopping. U i3 time to put mobiles equipped with good brake
on the brakes, he says. i lining, as. for example, the kind thai
Mr. Younger believes the national is tliermoid hydraulic compressed
brake inspection movement, endorsed and impervious to mois'.ure, gasoline
by traffic officials and leading motor j oil and dust, is emphasized by tin
experts the country over, will ac- Irnke in5pection movement. Many
complish much good if it does not.h- of the American cars now poing ti
ing more than to call the attention the front arc equipped with the
of-motorists to the importance of thermoid lining,
having their brake inspected at reg-j Automobile bnfkes, in the opinior
ular intervals. si" expeits, should be as eff.ectivt
In fast rail traffic, says Mr. when applied by the woman drivei
Younger, the question of stopping is aa when applied by a strong man. A
always considered first. With a con- test was made recently in which a
tinuous stream of cars through the truck driver was found who coulc
New York subway at rush hours, exert a pedal pressure of 400 pounds
when Manhattan's millions r.re be- No woman driver could do that, the
ing carried to work end ba;k home, experts say, yet, with a thermoid
experts pohit- out that the subway hydraulic compressed brake lining,
engineers know to th fraction of a' a woman driver should able to
foot where the brakes nre to be tp-Jstop her car as quickly a3 the truck
plied to brng their trains to a dcal driver.-
New Registrants WJI
Di yrawn at tarly irate
Wahiniton. un 20. Draw.-
ing for the ?1 year thl rejis-
trants Inumbtrs -will t held
at an early date, it was. an-
nouneed at Provost Marshal..
General tYowders office to-
lay. Th date, aithnu!h not aa- ' joe Aaoipn, i.-1. Knowjirnl as I
nouaeed. ia understood to te w- v- Mrore.
arcund July 1. The drawing Team 9 E. M. M ils, eaptaiu: t.
will be held in Jhe same ma,n- A- Olovrr, T. M- Hicks, 1. H. Van Win
ner as the original one, with fkle A- w- Schruuk.-Koy Shields. J. C.
a, few slisrht variatinn Sieemund, Dr. O. A. Olscn. I. O. .Vr-
Wilson to administer the expenditure! Tram 10 C. B. Claacey, captain; R.
of $60,000,000 appropriated for housing j!?'- ..Cra rra
of war workers. . . .
The labor department .will spend
$10,000,000 to build dormitorie--iH
Investigation preliminary to build
ing dormitories and bettering housing
conditions have Veen made in Bethle
hem, Pa., Charleston, W. Va., Rock
Island and Moline. 111., Daveaport,
Iowa, Mare Island, Calif. Pnget Sound,
Wask., Alliance Ohio. Hammond, Ind.,
Aharon, Pa., Jules and Warren, Ohio.
WAR SAYINGS STAMPS
(Continued from page one)
pointed with a captain over each team
aud with special territory assigned to
each. The cap ain and their working
teams are as follows:
Team 1 Lee M- TJnrai, captain;
Jos. N. Smith, Frank Churchill, Ward
K. Ri-h-ardsn, Taul Tragalio, Dr. C.
W. Beerhler, Horace Sykes, A- (). Dav
idson, Kiofge Weeks. Dr. W. H. Lvtle,
J. A. Sellwood, W. F. Fargo, E. S.
Tillinghast and O. E. Ross.
Tem 2 O. E. Unrun, ia.ntain; Leo
Sehult., W. H. MeEIrov, F. A. English,
W. J. Kcairth. W. W. 'Fawk, Dr. E.' E:
Fisher, Geo. Graves, Otto Hansen, Edw
Rostein, W. B. Summerville, E. A.
Kurtz, ' Russell Smith. H. Doe, L. H.
Mc.Mahon, F. L. Purviue, A. J. Leuon
ami Herman Clark.
Team 3 P. E. G:aber, captain; Sam
Adolph, Robert A. Witsel, Dr. Fred
Ellis, W. S. Mo'.t, W. Peotz, Bert Wal
ler, A. Ij. I amnion, E. E. Taylor, J.
W. Ritchie, Kev. II. C. Stover, A. H.
Lea, J. J- Nunn and C. A. Warner.
Team 4 Lot L. Pearce, icaptain; J. B.
Coolev, E. B. Millard, C. F. Reuf, C.
B. Smith, H. C. Thurston, Geo. W.
Stoner, E. F. Blessing, A. C- Bomstad.t,
Adam Koi'b, F. L. Waters, J. B. Ashby.
S. C. Waller, J. C. Mullen, Henry C.
Fletcher, T. B. Jones, P. H. Holme.
and Walter h. Tooze.
Team 5 W. J. Busick, caiitain; W.
O. Allen, L. J. Chapin, H. P. Cleveland,
linimie Kapphahn, G. A. Wishait, W.
H. Parker, A. E. Huckestein, Jr., U.
L. Kapphahn, S. F. Wars, A. S. Hus
sey, Geo. C. Will; P. H. Stith, Roy R.
Wise, Dr. D. X. Beeehler, P. L. Frazi n
A. M. Clough, E. E. Denison and Frank
Team 6 Ilerlaert L. Stiff, captain;
A. P. Trawiek. M. E. Pogue, W. II.
"Welch, John a. Hileman, li. woou;
B A. Pfeil. Samuel Phillips. Ij. R. M.
I p. H H- stanto w'. h. Bryant,
T j chrehi,.e. a n. Mn9,leri c .
Neill, Fred O. Bartholomew, U. 8.
Welch. John B. Hilemnn, F. Ij. Wood
I uotson. u. L. fliarvin, o. i . lucracn
ien, W. C. Winslow, Dr. Eldridge, A.
Crosan. Cha,s. J. Ivoon. ('. A. r.l-
olt, Joe Haines and Rex Putnam.
Team 7Joim H. scott, captain; R.
D. Barton, C. L. Canfield, John D.
Caughell, W. B. Minier, Dr.' C. E. Ca-
ihatt, D. W. Fisher, Robert Heinz, Ben
r. We- L. J. Mi-d-vk. El Gil'.-T.? !
I ho.,, v n :; .. r r. . u- P !
PoMr- l'hsL J- - e ro
Muster. Max-Genii ar: H. J. M.:riii?
'Rol!in. K. Pae, and t. W. Powe . .
1-lm '-ai-r, cptl'.:n: t. A.
jlmeer, Ko.- Burton. 11. Nnul Eyuer J
Man;is, F.'X. Woadry. H..II. Vaader-
jvort, U- H. Jewett- A. I. Uaidaer, Kev.
'" Cross, Waftcr E Keyes. Mark
ftieaa. Jaj. Jlt-C!elland. B rt E. Kdwanis-
j ui i. nii .moo uva'J.
v . ,r
Rosibiairth. A. I. Eofi'. S. G. Bundlett,
V. E. Wilwn, H. H. Bennett, T. C.
Smith. Jr., U- F. Booth, Ir. D. C. Bur
ton, August Kehrherjjrr, D. D. Soco
lofskv, L. C. CaLauaugh and J. D.
Team 11 W. I. StaJey, captain; J.
A. Benjamin. Will H. Bennett! Clar
ence Newberry, Percy A. Cupper. Dr.
B. H. White, Geo. E. Metcaif. A. R.
Lowry, Gea. Shand, ft. S. Geer, I.
Greentaiun, A. E. Hunt. Ralph R.
Jones. Emil A. Schaefer. Thio. M. Barr
W. II. Burshardt, Jr,, Dr. W. H. Dar
by and A. X. Moores.
Team 12 Guy O. SmitH, captain:
Edwin L. Baker. Ira Jorgenseu, F. E.
Speneer, Edw. X. Weller, B. E. Car
rier, E. T. Busselle, Rov H. Was.om.
Grant Corby, Mr. Durdall. J. C. Nel
son, V. S. Paae, Chas. T. Pomerov, W.
L. West. J. 8- Austin, P. H.D'Arev.
H. B. Fleming, J. A. Mills, Frank B.
Southwick and F. T. Wiisjhtman.
Team 13 J. C. Perry taptain';' C.
J. Beach, 1). A. White, (ieo. A. Wood,
Ijpwrence Gale, H. A. Johnson, Jr., N.
('. Kafourv, G- G. Quaekeu!)ush, Ennis
Wait, J. A. Baker, C. H. Faruham," R.
D. Gillert, F. J. Chapman. W. H. Ler
chen, Geo. W. Lewis, J. B. Littler aud
W. H. Byars.
Team i A. B. Pohle, captain; Ray
L. Farmer, C. 8. Foreman, T- J. Cro
ni, A. H. Moore, H. D. Trover. A. L.
Wallace, Otto J. Wilscn, T. L. Billings
ley, G. E. Terwilliger, John Maurir,
John Risybock, (). Gingrich, ('has.. H.
( hampers, J. H. Laurerman, Earl Race,
B. A. Shaver and W. H. Steusloff.
District 15 O. A- Haxtman, captain;
Max O. Buren, A. A. Graber, Wm.
Cheriinjjtou, Percy Collier, A. M. La
Follette, F. G. Myers, C-. G. Nichols,
E. A.- PenneM, Horace A. Wilson, U.
G. Boycr, Thomas Brcwn. D. M. Steov
er, X. J. Haas, Merlin Harding O. P
Hoff, P. M. Varnev, Dr. W. H. Bvrd,
D. A. Hod.se, J. R. Buck. J. F. Hughes,
W. A. Wiest, W. It. Fleming and G.
R. Bone.ll. -
District 10 E. P. Carieton, captain;
James Graham, E. A, Adsirt, J, H.
Lewis, GecTge H. Dunsford, W. Con
uell Dyer, W. A. Marshall, Ben W, 01
cott, Al II. Steiuer, J. O. Bailey, Geo
M. Brown, A. R. Wilton, Arthur Law
rence, Arthur S. Bi'nson, Fred G. Buch
tel, V. 1. Neeilha.ni, J. E.- Allison, Al
bert II. Gille, R. B. Goodin, Judge
Lawrence Harris. T. B. Kay and 8.
District 17 Wm. Gah'-Edorf, captain
Karnest Anderson, T. G- Bligh, John
H. McNarv, G. L. Steinau, W. H
Pi unit, R. N. Hoover, E. F. Smith, II.
O. White, O. L. Ferris, W. S. Fitts,
Frank E. Brow-n, G. G. Brown, Russo'l
Catlin, W. T. Jenks, Paul Johnson. Ed
ward Sthunke, V. G. Shiplev, Homer
H. Smith, Paul H. Stege, F. W. Steus
loff, S. A. Riggs, Curtis B. Cross, H.
M, Meyers, E. Eckerlin, Carey F, Mar
tin aud F. W. Dunbin.
District 18 B. C. Miles, captain; F.
M. Page, Chas. R. Areherd, W, Alson
Cummings, J. O. Goltra, ('has. A. Park,
R. J. Hendricks, C. B. Webb, D. W.
Eyre, R. C. Bishop, Clifford Brown,
Joseph Graiber, A. A. Hall, Ralph Hai r,
Chas. .11. Joues, Jas. Hartwell, H. Al.
Hawkins, P. J. Hibibler, H. A. tur
nover, G., W. Laflar, Dnu F, Langen-
berg. C. W. Niemeyer, S. S. East and
i E. Wells.
District 19 J. Baumgartner, cap-'
tain; H.- V. Com,pton, Carl H. Ander
son, Paul L. Schmidt, John Kirk, J. A.
Wilson, E. T. Barnes. Dr. H. C. Epley,
A. L. Frnser, Frank K. Wells, H. S.
Gile, T. A. Livesley, Oliver J. Myers,
John H. Hollierts, B. O. Seliiliclcuig, K.
W. Siuiernl, Frank T. S hmidt, Dr. B
L. Steevcs, Rev. Liening, William
George, A. O. Condit aud Wm. Ever
District 20 , Theo. Both, captain;
Tames E. Dorrajnce, Roy Bremmer,
Geo. II. Burnett, H. Pohle, A- L. Clear
water, W. F. Drager, N. G. Ireenian,
r. W. Gciscr, R. C. Paulus, A E. Laf
lar, Frank Ward, M. M. Waltz, J. E.
I Scott, Fred Erixon, T. K. Ford, A. Al.
Hiksen, Louis Lachmund, W. J. Cluv-
er, W. L. Cummiugs, C. M. Roberts,
W. M. Plimpton, A. H. Gage and C. I .
District 21 John H. Todd, captain;
Geo. H. Alden, S. E. Purvine, J. B.
Linn, Mr. Hartley, Rev. R. N." Avison,
A. Elliott, John Bayne, Walter
Skolton, a B. Elliott, W. D. Evans, IT.
G. Holt, F. J. Coppock, A. A. Lee, W.
H. Norris, W. T. Stolz, J. F. Nathan,
E. W. Hazard, C. E. Bayes and H. Bver, F. H. Thompson, Wm. MeGil-
District 22 P. E. FuUerton, captain
Dale Pence. Carl Wolz, W. A. Liston,
;R. H. Campbell, E. M. LnFore, P. II
Raymond, Jos II. Albert, C. I-.. Albin, I
Geo. W. Evre, L. J. CMlUs, . A.
Hughes, J. F. Hutchinson, F. Jaskos
ki, VV. H. Cook, Ivan G. Martin. A. A.
Mickel and John Roland.
District 23 W. H. Dincy," captain';
Cal F. Patton, R. M. Swing. L. W.
Gleason, Ed O. Pratt, Jas- C. Heltzell,
F. K Lovell, F. E. Sliater.GeraTd Volk,
W. W. Emmons S. M. Endieott, E. 8.
Budlong, Paul Marnach, E. Cooke Pat-
ton, Chester Cox and W. L. Skipton.
District 24 J. H. Farrar, cajdain;
C. C Cory, Gordon MeGilchrist, C. A.
Huston. A. B. Kelsey, Henry Lee J.
N. Skaife, Geo. D. Alderin, C. M. Epp
ley, W. V. Bm-her, Fred E. Mangis, J.
A! Pooler, Fred A. Legg, Joe Lebold,
C Van Patton, B. B. Herrkk, Jr., and
J. B. Ashby.
District 25 Ben H, LinK, captain;
C. M. Inman, J. J. Krapa, R- C. Lai ley.
0. M. Lockwood, Clyde O. Rice, Rev.
G. 1 Lovell, Oliver Beirs, Frank Da
vev, R. 0. Snelling and Wm. H. Trin
die. ....District 26 J. W. Harbison, captain
W. B. Duncan, D. A. Larmer, D. Web-
ster, Cass Gibson, A. II. Tasker, "A. A.
CnderhUI Chas. E. Jboid. a. i. vvatn,
Elmo S. White, A. B. Hudelson, Chas. 1
Nothing Lika Plain Bitro-Fbcsptat to
Put on Firm. Hmlthy nssS asd
to Increase Strength, Vior
and Nerve Force
Judging from tke countless prepara
tions and treatments wbih are eoa
tinually being advertised for the pr
ipose of making thin peoeple f!e.-hy. de
veloping arms, neek and bust, and re
placing ugly hollows and angles by the
soft curved lines of heaith and beauty,
there are evidently thousands of men
and women -who keenly feel their ex
Thinness and weakness lire usua!l7
due to starved nerves. Our bodies neivl '
more phosphate 'than is contained i"
modern foods. Physieians claim there
is no-thing that will supply this defi
ciency so well as the organic ph. splmii
known among druggists as bitro-phos-
Sh&te, which is inexpensive and is sold
y most all druggists under a guaran
tee of satisfaction or money back. Ily.
feeding the nerves directly and by
supplying the body cells with' the nee
esarjfc phosphoric food elements, biuy
phosphate quickly produces a welcome
transformation in the appearance; the
increase in weight irequently being
This increase in weight also carries
rith it a general improvement in the;
health. Nervousness, sleeplossnees and
lack of energy which nearly always
accompany excessive thinness, soon
disappear, dull eyes become bright, and
pale cheeks glow with the bloom of
CAUTION Although, bitro-phos-phate
is unsurpassed for relieving
nervousness. Sleeplessness and general
weakness it should rot, owing to its
remarkable flesh growing properties, be
used by anyono who does not dasire to
put on" flesh.
Oregon Methodists to
Write Oregon History
Plaas for compiling a history of Meth- '
odism in Oregon were completed at the
meeting Monday of ministers and lay- .
men in the First Methodist church, Rev.
John Parsons is to b? secretary nnd will
write the book, and a committee consist
ing f Dr. C. E. Cliue, J. K. Gill, 0. H '
Moores nnd E. 8. Hammond of Kimball
Theological college will compile, the data
and have charge of the publishing.
Tht meeting was in the nature of a
reunion of pioneer Methodists of the
state. Rev. Alexander McLean presiding.
Documents and articles of historical sig
nificance w.erc promised by many of
those present for a collection that is to
bo made for exhibition at the Oregon
conference. Portland Journal.
Holds False Teeth Finnlj
It Prevents Sore Grans
Gums shrink or swell and plates be
come loose, which is no fault of the
Dentist. An application of COREGA
sifted evenly on the Dental Plate re
lieves these conditions. It holds the
Plate firmly and comfortably in posi
tion. Also promotes mouth hygiene.
2oc at Drug Stores and Dental Sup
ply Houses. Your Druggist can get it
from his wholesaler. Free sample
from Corega Chemical Co., Cleveland
A. Manley, Wm. M Gilchrist. Jr.. VmH
D. Thieteen and F. P. Harlan.
District 27 P?ul H. Hanser, cap
tain; Clifford A. Roberts, w. D. Mat
thews, M. D. McCallister, J. W. Stei
wer, A. E. Miller, V. W. Ohmart, N.
j-urounagian, A. u. JUagers, Sim
Phillips. Tom GnMcn Ci H TXd-
Oliver Jory, O. L. Scott, R. W. Walton,
E. T. Earkus, I. J, Kuntz, J. J. Long
cct, J. H. Mcrrinm and Chas. II. Vick.
District 28 A. J. Eahn. a,it.iiin: W.
P. Babeock, II. t Bonesteele, Chas. K.
Denison, 8. H. Snvder, George Sun, L.
D 41.1..:.!... T " . . ... .
P. Aldrichs, J. C. Jones, W. J. Patter-
.son, E. Hofer, Watt Shipp, W. 8. Low,
Chas. V. Galloway. R. M. Hofer. F. N.
Derby, 0. A. Macy, H. S. Poisal and
George F. Vick.
District 29 N. D. Elliott, captain;
Wm. Filiate, F. P. Smith, W. A. Bar
kus. A. Dane, Fred O. Mahan. Mr.
Si hnuk, Fred Swart z, W. D. Waring,
Harvey Peckwith, J. M. Garrison, Dr
O, B. Miles, I). C. Minto, W. G. More
house, A. F. Fellows, J. D. Nealo, E. A.
Rhotcn, Rev. H. N. Aldrich, Elmer
Dane, Donald Miles and R. E. Thomp
son. District 30 B. W. Macy, captain;
Sylvanua Page. G. H. Gralbenhorst, L.
v. Actieson, C. A. Arpka, S. Z. Cul-
1 Christ, Sr., C. T. Mclntyre, M. P. Men-
delsohn, Theo, Falk, H. E. Pcmhcrton,
:Wm, Richmond, L. C Farmer. W. II.
Grabenhorst, Cid I. Doolittle, Thos. A.
Roberts, Elbert Thompson and W. J.
The "come back" man was really
never down and out. His weakened
condition because of .overwork, lack of
exercise, improper eating and living
;demands stimulation to satisfy the cry
a health giving appetite and the
.refreshing sleep essential to strength
OOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsulcs,
the National Remedy of Holland, will
do the work. The'y aro wonderful.
Three of these capsules each day will
put a man on his feet before he knows
it; whether his trouble comes from
uric acid poisoning, the kidneys, grav
el or stone in the bladder, stomach de
rangement or other ailments that be
fall the over zealous American. Dont
wait until you are entirely down and
out, but take them today. Yonr drag
gist will gladly refund yonr money if
they do not help you. Accept no sub
stitutes. Look for the name GOLD
aicjjfuj on every dox, three sizes.
They are th ori ina, j j
Haarlem Oil Capsufcs-
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