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TEE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1918.
THE JOURNAL'S NEW TODAY
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
CLASSIFIED ADVXETISINO SATES
Bt per word-
On week (6 insertions)
Oat month (6 insertions)
The Capital Journal will not be re
sponsible for more than one insertisn,
(or error in Claanf ied Advertisement.
Bead your advertisement tie first day
it appear and notify us immediately if
error occur. .
Minimum charge, 15c
POTATOES for ale. Phone 80F11. tf
FOR SALE Small pigs, tock
and sows. Phone MTU.
FOB SALE Big Burbank potatoes.
Phone evenings 8F23. 11-7
HOUND-Pair glasses. Call at this of
fice and pay for adv. 11-6
MATERNITY cases wanted in modern
home. Phone 2501J4. 11-11
FOR BENT Good piano. Call Paul
Stege at Imperial Furniture Co. 11-6
KAHjBOAD ties for trade for any kind
Of produce. Phone 1737 W, 11 7
.WANTED Woman to do ironing in
the evening. Call 861 evenings. 11-6
I1UBNB3HED housekeeping rooms for
. wan l . 11 n
rent. id voun m. jli-v
.WANTED Cheat seed. Address 1305
N. 16th. . 11-7
MONEY to loan for clients. Ivan G.
Martin, Masonic Temple. 11-6
FOB SALE-Duroc Jersey pigs. Phone
WANTED Companion fo: young lady,
address A D care Journal. 11-5
WANTED To rent piano at onco. Ad
dross A B care Journul., J 1-6
J"OB TBADE Booming house for city
property. Call 1979. tf
FOB BENT 5 room modem flat furn
ished. Call 1737W. 10-31
WANTB To buy cord
age F-bone 1S06W.
tf DDL. W. F. WEIGHT, iae auctioneer.
Turner, Oregon. Ptioat 09. tf.
FOB SALE One good, three panel,
aula back surry. Phono 18FS3. 11-6
OOBN for snle.Rt. 1, bo eiC. John
Van Bajiten. 11-5
. IX1B BENT Clean furnished rooms,
. close in, at 195 8. Cottage Bt. 11-5
FOB BENT 7 room furnished modern
cottago. Phono Call 900 Mill.
FOB RENT Nicely furnished house
keeping apartment and sleeping
rooms, 645 Forry St. tf
WANTED Houso and bum close in.
Phono 174J or call at 265 South 18th
Ht. B. J. Blang. 11-8
WANTED A cook in small .hospital.
$50 per month with room and board
Phono 1204. ' H-7
WILL trade Salem residence proporty
for merchandise of any kind. Ad
drofi M 8 eare Journal. ' 18-1
WANTED To buy small improved
ranch, mnitt be good land and priced
right; Address 8. 8. care Journal. 11 2
F-UBNlSlfHD rooms by day, woek or
mouth. 322 N. Kink, 2 blocks north
Of Electric depot. 11-6
WANTED To rent 10 or 15 acres of
prunes, with buildings. Address W
P caro Journal. . 11-6
l,iALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Buren's Furniture Store, 179
FOB BENT 13 or 20 acrot t wiles
out on Jefferson road; also want to
hire 5 or 6 acre flowed. Inquire O.
B. Allin, K North Com'l St. 11-7
FOB BALE 1917 Maxwell, completely
verliaulod, demountable rims, $475.
Hrghway arngo. Phone 355. 1000 8.
WANTED To rent by Nov. 1st. by per
manont party, 5 or 6 room modern
house, close in. Address J 21 care
journal or Phono ltHtf. tl
PLENTY of mount' to loan on good
farms; low interest rates; five years
time; privilege to pap $100 or multi
ple on any interest date. Call or
write H. M. Hawkins, 314 Masonic
bldg. Salem. tf
A good quarter section of
-Canadian wheat land, cash or shares
good house, barn, granary, well, close
to school, church and town, C. W.
Niemoyer, 544 State. tf
GOVERNMENT needs 12,000 women
clerks. Salem examinations Nov. IB,
Doc. 7. Salary $11'00. Experience u'
neoessary, Women desiring govern
ment positions write for free partic
ulars, Baymond Terry (former civil
service examiner,) 922 Columbian
building. Washington. . 11-5
chnadiso business has moved to the
city with his family and wants work.
If in need of help would appreciate
trisJ. If not satisfactory no harm'
ime. Will accept any reasonable po-1
iition. Address (S12 care Journal, -tf
ale at a
TWO or three furnished house keeping
rooms at 633 Ferry streei. ' 11-7
WANTED Canary linger, gtate what
kind, color, age and price., box 35,
Airlie, Ore. 11-6
WORK wanted as carpenter, shingling
anything in the building line. A.
Klugo, 1190 N. 15. U 11
LOST Friday evening small black far
on Horn I rit. Return to Miss Annra
M. Welch. 1W
FOB SALE Harness, wsgon and wood
rack, -0. i'none evenings 1913 or
WANTED Pin boys to work evenings
and Sundays. See Cid Doolittle at 260
N. High before 3 p. m. 11-11
to to do
CAPABLE woman wanted for general
house work. Must be able to cook,
s good wagee. Apply 1370 State. 115
TWO and three room furnished apart
ments. 401 W. Cottage. -Phone 2203.
LEAVING city must sacrifice 5 pas
senger Beo, first class condition
guaranteed, 5 good tires. Address
11-7 care Journal. 11-7
FOB SALB By city street depart
ment, horse, 1S00 pounds, will sell
cheap. Inquire W. 8. Lowe, street
TAKEN lil' 1 black male hog weight
noout eou ids. also 1 Bleep. Uwncrs
can have same by paving for this ad
and keeping. Chas. weathers, Bamb
lor Prune farm, Bt. S, box G9. 11-5
FOB BALE Registered or unregister
ed Poland Jhina pigs. Chas. C. Dav
is, phone Groen 162, Silverton, Or.
FIRST MOBTOAGKS for sale. Secur
ed by well improved valley farms
in amounts of $500 up to $10,000.
Thos. A. Roberts, Phone 1427, 314
Musouio building. 12-4
FOB SALE .Almost new Cypress in-
cuoatorr TU-egg capacity, price $8.
Cold Dollar and Wilson strawberry
plants 35 its. per hundred, $2.50 per
thousand. Would trado dry cow for
fresh one and Dav difference. ' Wn.
A. Heud, Bt. 6, box.JW. 11
FOB SALE Or trade, restaurant.
terms for cash, large nayroll. Address
Home Restaurant, Springfield Or.
TO EXCHANGE Or sell well improv
es is acres near Independence, Or,
Also improved 330 acre stock ranch
in centra Oregon, Address 441 N.
Church t.f Salem, Or. U-S
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
For the Ooflt of Improving Cflurch
Street In the City of Salem, from
State Street to Mission Street.
To Harriott DeMuth, Susan Newton.
F. II. Johnson and to ownor unknown:
You, and each of you are hereby no
tified that tho city of Ralora has, by
ordinance No, 1558, levied an assess
ment upon your respoctive properties
hereinafter .described and in tho amount
hereinafter sot forth, and such prop
erty 's proportionate share of the colt
of improving Church street In the cltj
of Salem from tho south line of State
street to tho north line of Mission
street, except that portion thereof oc
cupied by what is known as tho Bush or
Church streot bridge extending from
the north lino of Oak street to the
north lino of the westerly extonsion
of Bollview street. A doscriptltm of
each lot or part thoreof or parcel of
ianu. tne owner tnercor, and the amount
assessed and leviod upon it Is as fol
Commencing at a point on the east
line of Church street 83 ft, 6 in. north
of tho southwest corner of block 71 of
tho city of Salem, and running thence
northerly along the east line of Church
street" 39 ft. to the south line of tho
alley in said block; thenco easterly
and parallel with Ferry street, 82 ft. 6
in; thence southerly and parallel -with
Church street 39 ft. to a point 83 ft.
6 in. north of tho north lino of Ferry
street; thoneo westerly and parallel
with Ferry street 82 tt. 6 in. to the
place of beginning. Harriett DoMuth,
Tho east Mr of the southeast of
block 13 in tho city of 'Salem. Susan
Newton. Cost $671.06.
Beginning at a point on tho east
lino of lot 6 in block 71 of tho city of
Sale.ni llfl ft. 6 in. northerly front the
southeast corner of lot 0 in said block,
and running thence northerly along
. tho east line of said lot 6, 10 ft"; thence
westerly along the south line of the
alley in said block 71, 10 ft; thonco
to the pluco Of beginning. F H. John-
son. Cost $1.90.
The south 1.25 feet of lot 2 in
! block 9 of the city of Salem. Owner
GAS RANGE for
unknown, Cost $142.22. delightful surprise awaits those whose
Said assessments were entered in hair has been neglected or is scraggy,
volume 3, docket of city liens, on the faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besides
30th day of September, 1918, as a beautifying the hair, Dandcrine dis
charge aud lien against the said de,-solve every partick of dandruff;
scribed properties, and ere now duo cleanses, purifies and invigorates the
and paable to the city treasurer. .
This notice is served vims you by
publwhed in the city of Salem. Oregon,
by order of the common council.
Pate tt first pnblictioa itrsof, is
October 8, 1918. -
11 11 Recorder of the City of Salem,
FORD touring car, 1916 model, good
ae new. 554 Ferry St. , tf
POB SALE Oats and cheat hay $23
per ion. nr.. a, oox v., liiicaiicia.
BOOMS TO BENT Two- at tree lively
famished rooms, well heated. Apply
1681 evening, 302 mornings. 11-6
WANTED One or two shoats, weight
150 lbs. Bt. 4, box 15, Salem. Phone
102F4. . 11-5
FOB SALE Ford louring ear, in good
condition. rxr information call
2081J or 1872B. 11-6
FOB SALE Cord wood stumpage. Call
between 8 a. m. and 3 p. m. 2075
Mill St. 11-6
SALEM chimnoy sweep, clean them
without dust on the carpets, furnaces
cleaned and repaired, stoves repair
ed. Phone 19. tf
WiANTED Watchman for logging
samp, 30 miles from Salem. Man and
wife preferred. Enquiro of Grant
Holt, Front and Ferry St. 11-6
WILL TBADE Five year old work
mare for good milch cow or gentle
riding and driving horse. - Donald
Stoolo, Turner, Or. 11-6
NICELY furnished rooms with board
suitable for ladies or gentleman,
rates reasonable. Phano 1578 or call
332 North Church St. . AS
OPENING Salem bowlers will be glad
to know that tho Club alleys will be
open Sundays and evenings during
the winter season, beginning Friday
Jfov. 8th. Cid Doolittle, prop. 11-8
STATE HOUSE NEWS
The public service commission has re
ceived word that the annual meeting
of the National Association of Railroad
and Utilities commissions, which is
scheduled to bo held in Washington D.
O., November 12,' will not bo postponed.
The influonza is fast disappearing, the
report received says.
The big question for discussion at the
meeting will be tho relation of state
commissions to the national govern
inent and W. G. McAdoo, director gen
eral of railroads, is on tho program for
K mombor o? the Oregon commission
will attend the meeting, it was an-
Tn cso of influenza have dovol-
"Pd at the state ponitentiary, . al-
though so. far they do not appear to
bo dangerous. Additional efforts mo
being mnde to keep the disease from
spreading. All he convicts have been
inoculated. Deputy Warden Burns is
under quarautino with the disease.
All the youngsters who have been il)
with tho influenza at tho state train
ing school for boys are now out of the
hospital, Superintendent Gilbert re
ported to the state board of control, at
u meeting today.
There wero 90 cases at the school and
At one timo but one man was left on
duty, all tho other employes being ill.
For tiiree days Carl Klelnsr.hmidt, one
of tho boys, served as family manager
for ull tho boys who were out of bed.
17e topped the list of the boys who were
given a parole by the board today.
Superintendent Gilbert reported taat
regular btkool work will bo resumed at
the school next Monday,
State Engineer Lewis was advised in
a letter received today from A. K Ear
hart that t,ie Peol),e of EvRnB . crpek
valley, Hood Biver county, have voted
to organize an irrigation district and
wiu aPP'y for reservoir site at the
mouth of Ramsey canyon to store the
,ioou waters oi x,vans ereea
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CLOTH THROUGH HAIR,
BLC ITS BEAUTY
Try This! Hair Gets Thick,
Glossy, Wavy And Beau
immediate f Yes! Certain! that '
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wavy, fluffy, abuuikut and appears
as soft, lustrous and -beautiful us a
young- girl's after a Dandcrine hair
idoansc. Just try this moisten a cloth
with a little Dandcrine and carefully
ttmal) strand at a time. This will cleanse
the hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil,
and in just a few moments you have
doubled the beauty of your hair. A
jmalp, forever stopping itching and fall
in? hair, but what will please you most
first ye but really new hair grow-
ing all over the scalp. If yon tare for
pretty, oft hair, and lots of it, surely
get small bottle of Knowlton's p-
rferine from any drug store or toilet
counter for a few cents.
GENERAL TERMS ARE
STATED TO DEPUTIES
BY FRENCH PREMIER
What Germany Must Do In
Order To Secure Armis
tice From Ales.
Paris, Nov. 5. (6:30 p. m.) Pre
mier Clemeneeau today announced that
the armistice conditions to Germany
are the conditions laid down by Mar
These conditions, he said, are based
on those given to Bulgaria, Turkey and
The conditions, Clemeneeau said, are
First, military guarantees of the se
curity of the allied troops.
Second, maintenance of allied mill
tary supremacy, "in case hostilities are
renewed. . I
Third, disarmament of the enemy as
much as necessary to prevent renewal
"We have won the war, though we
may nave to wait," tho premier de
clared. When Clemeneeau made this an
nouncement the chamber wag packed.
Tho deputies and audience cheered re
peatedly. Council Finish. Work. ,
Faris, Nov. 8. The inter-allied diplo
matic council at Versailles terminated
its work yesterday, it was announced
today. All members were in entiro
agreemcn concerning the . armistice
terms to be presented- te Germany, St
Tho outstanding feature of the meet
ing was the total absence of press con
jecture, The developments were as
regular a3 tho clock but none was an
nounced until it was cinched.
The constant high spirit of ordinar
ily grnvo statesmen and military offi
cials gave the most eloquent proof of
harmony in the conference.
It was freely, stated that Colonel
House was tho pivotal figure in tho
Washington, Nov. 5. Andre Tardieu,
who has been elevated from the rank of
French high commissioner in America
to a position in the French cabinet, as
minister of the Franco-American war
affairs, will make an important pro
nouncement Friday night, when ho is
to bo entertaincd,at the Plaza hotel by
the Association of Foreign Press corrc
Court House News
In tho wise of Lena Medley against
George B. Medley, the plaintiff objects
through her attorney to the taking of
deposition, Bt North Bend, Oregon, or
olsowhere as demanded by the defend
ant on the grounds that tho same is
premature and that no issuo is formed
in the case at the present time.
In the matter of the last will . and
testament of Martha S. Morton, the ex
ecutor has filed a final aWouint. In
the final Uecree it is found that the
heirs are C. E. Morton w,idower, of
Portland, Balph C. Morton, a son of
Turner, and William A. Houseman, a
brother living in Carlyle, Illinois.
F. O. Johnson, administrator of tho
estate of D. E. Johnson, in his suit
against Biloy Bitchey asks the court
through his attorney for an order of do
fault against the defendant, based on
tho summons and returns of the sheriff.
In the caso of Mary R. France
against Bobert E. France, the plaintiff
hag entered objections through her at
torney to tho proposed bill of excep
F. E. Loose has sued the Pincknoy
Bros, dairy for $300.00. Ho alleges
that the defendants executed note
for $359.98 dated March 28, 1918, m.
in six; months. The note was in part
payment of a Ford truck. He alleges
that only $59.98 luis been paid end that
$300.00 remains due. He also asks for
$35 attorneys fees.
SOCIETIES PLAN BUILDING.
Tlang are complete for a Y M. C. A.
building to be erected upon the uni
versity campus. The structure, which'
will have dimensions of 30 by 50 feet, I
will be used ns a study-room" and n a!
mooting place for the Y, M. C. A. do
votional services. The cost of the'
building will be borne to a considerable'
extent by the Chrcstopliilian and Chres-I
tomuthean literary societies, and, there-1
fore, it will be used by them for society,
purposes after the war. I
- The university literary societies are
classed as local fraternities, so will
doubtlesg have to comply wii the gov-,
eminent 's orders to refrain from all
social gatherings until after the war. ;
The orgnnizationg may, however, hold
all business meetings necessary to their
welfare. 1 '
WILLAMETTE TO ADMIT 25.
High school students having less than
13 credits, but eligible for induction in
to the students' army training corps,
may now matriculate at Willamette
University.. This change is made of
feo'iv: because 15 members of the unit
wiH lrivt next woek for an officers'
a camp and other groups will be
, ,m'''- ... ..
These applicants- fr (..mission inN
the umversitv must . al.r promising
ability, for officer material is the thiug
desired. At present about men may
be admitted uader the regulations.
PARK BOARD IS IN
BAD WITH COUNCIL
Board Wants $600 For The
Balance Of Year; Police
Matron Row Bohs Up.
The citypark board, consisting of
John J. Boberts, George G. Brown and
Miss Mattie Bcatty, bumped up against
the park committee of the city council
last evening, resulting in a refusal of
the city council to give the park board
the money it wanted. And on top of
that an adverse report on the actions of
the park board wag presented by the
committee of tho city council on" parks.
It seems that the city park board is
about $400 in debt and that it not only
wants that much money for the rest of
the year, but $200 in addition.
A. H. Moore, councilman from the
fourth ward is chairman of the coancil
committee on parks and with him are.
C. E. Albin and Frank Wasd. Their
report as to tho actions of tho cit -rark
board is s follows: "The park board
hasn't worked in harmony and hasn't
called on a third member at all. We
object to paying the man who operates
the fountain at night $5.00 an hour and
also that the man who works 31 days
a month, 14 hours a day at 35 cents an
hour is not of any service to theity
and that hiring a horse one hour a
day nud a man going to get the horse
and taking him back and forth. We
object to the hiring one plumber to do
all the city's work." '
With an adverse rfcport against tho
way the city park board was doing bus
iness, the council refused it the $600
asked for. It seems that John J. Bob
ertg and George G. Brown of the park
board have been conducting itg affairs
without consulting the third member
Miss Mattie Beatty. Thig is according
to the information at hand by the city
iuu old bugaboo of a city matron
once again stirred matters up consider
ably at the meeting last evening. Frank
Ward asked for tho confirmation of
Mrs. Myra L. Shankg as police matron
while N. D. Elliott said he thought the
job was to be given . to Mrs. Lola
Lynch. To" settle tho mattor a vote by
ballot was taken, resulting in a tie
vote 5 to 5. Mr. Albin, Mr. Bu'.-kncr
and Mr. Boberts wero not present. The
police matron squabble will be fought
out at tho next session of tho council
and in the meantime Mrs. Shank ig on
the job. ,
The Portland Bailway, Light and
Power Company agreed to extend the
time from January 1, 1919, to June 1,
1919, in which it will make extensions
of street lighting circuits.
A crossing will bo placed on Front
street at the Salcm-JCings Product
Company building and a 400-candlepoW-cr
street light will bo installed at
Summer and Chemckata streets.
Having paid the $1.00 annual license
fee, the following hotels and rooming
houses may legally opcrato until Janu
ary 1, 1919: Marion, Bligh, Electric,
Mrs. S. Buiikholder, Kenilworth room
ing house, Eldridge hotol, G. A. Bich
mond, Argo hotel, Capital hotel, Cottle
apartments, Hotel Glen, Whiteliouso
restaurant and W. S. Turcman.
20 Pound Packages limit
For Sailors And Marines
The latest instructions issued by tho
state council of defonse in regard to
the mailing of packages for sailors
and marines :u the United Sts.teJ are
Packages must not exceed 20 pounds
in weight and not measure more tnan
two cubic feet in volume.
The presents must be sent in a box
made of wood, well strapped and hflve
a hinged or screw top to facilitato
opening for inspection.
Alt perishable food products must be
placed , in cans or glass jars. All boxes
must be plainly marked with name
and address of sender and bear label
indicating a Christmas box. ,-
Boxes sent by parcel post must be
addressed according to the prescribed
regulation of the postal authorities.
Boxes sent by express should be for
warded in earo of supply officer, fleet
supply base, Thirty ninth street and
Third avenue, South Brooklyn, New
If for shipment abroad, the box must
reach New York not later than Nov.
s Christmas .paclfeses' for marines
serving is this country at naval posti
and stations or in training will be gov
erned bv the above rules.
Mrs, A. S. Benson Presents
Resignation To Red Cross
Mrs. Arthur S. Benson, who has been
giving her service freo to the work of
Willamette chapter, Amerian Bed
Cross, with headquarters in the IT. S.
National bank building has resigned
and will be succeeded by Mrs. Gladys
Since early in January Mrs. Benson
has had complete charge of the busi-
Why Shamed by ,
tt yon are sufferer from Eetems or
Onsigtitiy pimply skin, von know lust what
It means to have that humiliating, back
ward feeling about meeting- strangers and
oftentimes (rlends. Many a time you bars
looked Into the mirror and wished that
your skin would be like other people that
yon know, "without a blemish." This iti
can be yours for the asking. If yon wilt
B to the druggist and procure a bottle of
. D. I)., the greatest of all skin remedies,
apply it according to direction, In a short
lime your skin ill be as soft as velvet.
Come tn and ask for a bottle today m
our moneT-back guarantee. Aek aim about
I. O.O. &ma, that keep the skin healthy.
TT6. Him HO.
3. C. PEBBT, Druggist
WEDNESDAY SURPRISE '
Two gig Lines Of ";
These are dressed dolls with unbreakable heads
and bodies '
TOMORROW ONLY i
SOLDIER "GAMES, U. S. TROOPS, BRITISH
TROOPS, FRENCH TROOPS
ITH CANNON. AND AMMUNITION A O
60c AND 69c SELLERS. TOMORROW. . . .-OC
Buy the Kiddies Holiday Presents at the
.And save for the "United War Fund." . . '
SALE OPENS 8:30
SHOP IN THE MORNING
You can Always do Better at
ncss affairg aud pffice work of the Bed
Cross in Salom and has practically
given all her time to forwarding tho in
terests of the Bed Cioss in Marion and
Polk counties. This includes accounf
injf for and tbo proper handling of from
$3,000 to $5,000 a month besides caring
(or the detail work of the 100 or more
auxiliaries. -- '
Mrs. Pitchford, who succeeds Mra
Benson, will now have chargo of the
work and give ell her time to it on a
snlnry basis. Heretofore this import
ant work ha been voluntary, .
Expected That Barely Fifty
Per Cent Of Registration
Fill Show Up Today.
Up to 2:30 o'clock today there had
been jio heavy voting in the city.
Ward three, with a registration of 523,
had registered but 70 votes. Ward
two, with a registration of 1,202, had
rocorded but 246 votes. This seems to
be the general average throughout the
eitv. 'Precinct 17. vnt.ino at tlin Mm-inti
hrftel, had but 113 votes at 2:30 today.
i'recinct .u, voting at tho courthouse,
had but 110 votos. Thig i8 the precinct
that extends from the Southern Pacific
railroad on 12th street to High sueet
and from Centor to Ferry. Precinct 16,
voting up stairs in.tho city hall, had
recorded but 66 votes. The registra
tion for this precinct is 355 and it is
estimated that at least 300 of those who
roeistred still", live in the precinct.
There are 7,051 votes registered in
the citv and of this nunihor nnlv 3ll
nor cent vottd at the May primaries.
i,ven uiscounting the number of voters
who innv be toinnnrnrilv out of thn eitv
those familiar with conditions estiniat-l
cd that barely 00 per cent of the regis
tered would cast a vote today.
As to how it i3 going on the favorite
candidates and the bond issue, all
sorts of opinions wero afloat. At r.o
time Bo far in tho day has there been
any rush at tho polling places. There
was the usual, rush in the down town
votiug precincts after tho opening of
the pools at 8 o'clock, but since then
the voters have been drifting in, and
in the down town districts, thrrc has
been no crowding at the booths. And
at all times the women were in evi
dence at tho booths and in tho majority
of instances, they came in with a busi
ness swing as if they came for a pur
"ruled to vote accordingly.
John Birkey i reported in r.ti
critical condition with ncunmnnia t
his home in Woodburn. He has been
sick for more than a week and Mouday
of this week had made such progress
toward recovery ho could, not be kept
in bed,' took cold and since has been in
a very seiioiig condition.
Mrs. Ceo. Piniick received word this
week fn.ui Harloy at, Galveston, say
ing there was strict quarantine on
and very little sickness. Also a word
reennlinir her ncDhew. Wnvno l,..v
111 rnncef wounded in t he right arm J
wine i iiuc ago. . rie naa gone back to
duty, but wag not able to stay.- His
AND AVOID THE t
arm again caused troublo and may bj
so tne rest, of his Mo.
Geo. Wolfer was greeting his friemlJ
on the street Wednesday afternoon, iaH
first trip up town Bince hig accident of (?
several weeks ago when ho was thrown jS
from his wagon, injuring his right p
shoulder and breaking three ribs. He js
says this is the fifth time ho has had
similar injuries. His ' experiences hawk
beon almost as exciting in civil life!
if he had had
No Internal medicine will core Edema. Only
by the application of CHANOLENE. tho Rreat
external remedy, can the Enema microbe be
destroyed. Prove Uila atatamant for yourt.lt
atottraipanea. Write for freo tcpt treat
ment; atluraaa Milla Chemical Co., Dept. U.,
-Sleep. Llka a Plow Boy
I suffered for 20 yearn with Eczema In Ita
JJI?t,.(;i7H-,1,!',cd u ovw M!
CKANOLGNB left me as line aa white .ilk,
and 1 sleep like a plow bov."-J. :MeCraen,
Johnsont.'ity Tenn. i Written two yeara after
At all drug tores. Sic and 8 .
Money PaairJyely Roturaed II Hot Satlaflad
aaaawaaaaj Sold aid Guaranteed byaanSaOaVi
J. C. Perry, druggist
Salem Went Dry Just Five
Years Ago Mopday by 484 '
It was just five years ago yesterday
that SSalem voted dry .Aftcr a vigorous
campaign both on the part of the pro
hibition forces as well aa those who be
lieved iu plenty of liberty of all kiui's,
tne issue was forced and wheiK the)
votes wero counted the prohibitionists
won by a majority of 484.
1110 Uapitul Journal of November 5.
1913, the day after the elections savsi
' From the opening of the polls until
ue last voto was cast, both sides were
busy and every availablo vote was go
out. There was no noise, n0 confusion,
nor quarreling and no bickeiing, but all
with a determination to tret there."
It was estimated at that time more)
than 100 people would be thrown out of
employment and that many others
would feel the chancre. There was soiuo
talk of bringing an injunction aguiust
Judge Bushey to restrain him from ig
s:nug nil order declaring Salem to be a
snloonlcss town. The injunction was to
be bailed on the contention that a local
option election cannot be held except at
tl'.e time of a regular election, followed
by tho assertion that tho November 4.
1913, election was a special and not
general election. There was some talk
the day after the election of establish
ing the saloon business in West Salem.
TRY THIS FOR
Brew It at home yourself.save money j
and feel be-r right rway J
If you want a splendid, economical 1
remedy for constipation, sick headache
dizziness anil torpid liver, get a snialtjU
package of Dr. ret.r'' K en,t ."
Tea tcday and drink a eun-rf B
own br(.ing whenever Ufno
lh;s old rehnble Vegetable remclw
has stood the test of time arji u E(J
more popular than ever.
Keep a package in the house all ti'
time and brew a cupful when you feel
out of sorts, feverish" or bilious. It al
ways helps promptly and being mii
and gentle, ig just as good for childier
as, far grownups.