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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON FRIDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1913.
v H hot waier
SsjA Sure Relief
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J City News
' ATTACKS IISRVES
will frame the empire' reconstruction
1'i'ojffam and will control England's
foreign policy for the next five years.
Are- Third of Electorate
The newly enfranchised women com
prise nearly one third of the total
ifleetosite of 20,000.000 of the United
Kingdom. To this extent they am ex
pected to influence the kingdom 'g do
tttestie future end t lie empire's rela
t on to world events.
Thus, for the first time in history,
h women of one of the great powers
are given the opportunity of partici
ViUing in world uftirs d'M-ctly. All
wi men of thirty and over in Kngland,
l-e'and, Scotland and Wales will shae
Thl i h I other circumstances, to
Mother wivh the internal political situ
tt'i:i, cause many observers to regard
Hie election as the must momentous in
Br! ain 's hUtory.
!;i!f'i.'vism as an issue. t was thrust
fo:Aaiil in the campaign ourjy by the
fi'indaii Kveuing Slur when it said ed
i'virn'ly: 'V .' do not wast a class war in this
li.'i, 101 racy, We want neither reaction
ii'.v b dxhevistn, ' '
Salem bakeries make a high quality !
of bread, try it first. . tf j
Victorino Posadas, . a Salem big)
school graduate of 1917, died Dee. oj
t Portland. He was the first Filipino
to graduate from the city schools. Aft-!
er hi8 graduation here, he attended the'
Oregoo Agricultural college one yeaij
and this fall was working in Portland
lie ranked high in his studies here and
was considered in every way a most ex-
1 emplary student. -'His father lives it ,
jtlio Philippine Islands and is protes
sor of Spanish in one of the school not
mals there. He has brother now it
Salem, Fcliuo Posadas, attending the
SZoaa'd Liniment scatters
the congestion and
Buy Salem bread and keep
dollars in Salem.
The first member of Company M war
went to Europe under Captain Neer ar
livid in the city last evening. Thi'
is (.Maud Johnson who today is tellin
of S"ine of his experiences. It socnif
A little, applied without r.tbbing, will
f-.nttrcie immediately and rest and
Eooihe the nerves.
. Sloan'a Liniment Is very effective is
a!.aying external pains, strains, bruises,
rches, stirT joints, sore muscles, lumba
nsuritij, sciatica, rheumatic twinges
Keep, a big bottle always on hand
tot family use. Druggists everywhere.
on '09 'soe
tiou iu Franee Oct. 20, according to a
telegram received yesterday from. the
the coimmnv to which Mr. Johnson was war department by his mother, Mrs.
assigned never got within 50 miles ofji". A. linker. The news was a great
the tiring line although at one tiroc j sh '.dt to relatives and friends as he
in his travels he wus within 15 miles of.'-t his life in ono of the lust battles
Paris. .Vr. Johnson spent part of hit i before the' signing of the armistice
time in a hospital.. ' 'The y:r.i' ma:i - onld have been 24
o ';" ar.-i I'Mtlns mont i He was well known
Sa'.cra bread is always fresh and 'ec having alte Jed the Salem high
lasty. ' tf rc!n-l. He cnM ed in Company M
o ai-iv m the war n:itl had often written'
Aubrey Jones, formerly with th3 !:,mie of his war experiences, serving
Price Shoe company, was killed in nr.- with company O of the 101st i;:.antry.
Lyman McDonald, for many years ni
ral mail carrier on rural route 3, Salem
arrived a few days ago in New Yori;
city aud is expected ta be home b;
Christinas. He was with the aero squad
roil and managed to get as far a3 Eng
laud when ttte armistice was signed anil
the flying squadron and mechanic jo":
HOSTJM BREAD tg Salem bread,
and there arc others. tf
Willamette chapter today received an
allotment of 250 dresses for lerugee
children. As soon as the materials are
received, the auxiliaries will be noti
fied. The dresses are supposed to b
completed by Jan. 15.
L. J. Murdock and B. S, Wakefield
of the Salem high school teaching staff
are now both first lieutenants in the
Oregon National .guard, their eomiuis I
lions arriving this morning. It will
new become unnecessary for the schools
to sen daway for military instructors
as with their commissions both men w;d
continue their regular teaching which
includes mathematics, besides filling
the bill of the -war department in giv
ing the high school cadets the j-roper
military instructions. ,
In apportioning a Quota for the pur
chase of War Savings Stamps, a county
was assigned the amount it should buy
not on its ability from a financial mund
point but oulv from nooulation. Head
quarters in Portland announce that up
to tne rirst or tne montn Marion county
had raised 85 ner cent of its ouota
whilo Polk has gone 88 per cent. Linn
county is giveu credit for 10u per cent
and Lane county 73. .
25c to $3.00 sizes
At all Dealers
m Xmas m.
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PATRIOTIC women will resent useless gifts
this year; -And well they should.
Housewives will prefer those things
which will save. Save time, work and money.
And what woman who takes iiriil in th
appearance of her home will not appreciate
something that will make her furniture brighter.
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cicancr ana prettier.
That is the mission of
Making things brighter, prettier, cleaner.
And at the same time saving work, time
So give her O-Cedar Polish. A
gallon or a quart if you can, yf
but surely a 25c or 50c jk C f
bottle. She will appreci
Are Here Told the Best Remedy
for Their Troubles.
- Freemont, O. "I was passing: through the critical
. period of life, being forty-six years of age and had ail
the symptoms incident to that change heat flashes,
nervousness, and was in a general run down condition,
so it was hard for me to do my work. . Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as
the best remedy for my troubles, which it surely proved
to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since
taking; it, and the annoying symptoms have disap
peared." Mrs. M. QoDDtx, 93S Napoleon St, Fremont,
North Haven, Conn. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound restored my health after everythln g else
had failed when passing through change of life. There
is nothing like it to overcome the trying symptoms."
Mrs. fbowxes Iski.t.A, Boi 197, North Haven, Conn.
a.h-iinw 1 M niiii until iMI faiyitfiiiialwil
LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS.
Solicitors for Bed Cross subscription
arc asked by Mr. Smith to maku Vholr
reports as early as possible Saturday
at tho office of the county superintend-
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That is the fovful cry of thousands
since Dr. Edwardaijroduced Olive Tablets
ine suDsutute tor caiomeu
Dr. Edwards, a practicins physician for
17 years and calomel's old-time enemy,
discovered the formula for Olive Tablets
while treating patients for chronic con
etipation and torpid livers.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not
contain calomel, but a healing, soothing
No Eripina is the "keynote" of these
little sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets,
They cause the bowela and liver to act
normally, ihey never force them to
unnatural action. ;
U you have a 'tiark brown mouth now
and then a bad breath a dull, tired
feeling sick headache iorpid liver and
are constipated, you'll find Quick, sure and
only pleasant results from one or two tit
t!e Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets at bedtime.
Thousands take one or two every night
just to keep right. Try them.10o bud
25c per bos.' All druggists.
ent of schools on lhe first floor of the
court house. Alt!u...h tho larger num
ber of solicitors have not made their
reports, already $83-1 has been receiv
ed by Mr. Smith. Those who are not
solicitod and stiU fool a disposition to
help tho Eod Cross in the way of mem
berships to the extent of $1 should call
at tho banks, as all are authorized t i
receive subscriptions. It is thorglit
that within a short timcthe majority
of houses in Salem will bo showing iis
their windows tho Red Cross member
ship flag. ' k
It is barely probable that the city
council will be asked to give tho health
'department the right to quarantine in
fluenza and restrict the motom. H. f
members of a household just the same
as in scarlet fever or- other contagious
j diseases. Reports from Dallas and Gil
verton indicate a serious second wavo
oftho disease and to prevent it second
appearance it may be nocossary for the
city health department to . again closo
everything or' to establish a quarantine.
Portland, rather than to have the city
cldsed again, nas accepted the quarantine.
NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE
la the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Polk
Portland Trust Company of Oregon,
a corporation, plaintiff, vs.- Pinckucy
Bros. Dairy, a corporation, JV. 11.
Welch doing business as Welch Electric
& Fixture company, J. B. Kennedy, J.
C. Allen, W. J. Bishop, and H. W. Kay,
co-partners doing business as Bishop
& Ray, D. A. White, H. ). White and
i M. Whiter co-partner doing busi
ness under the firm namo and Btylo of
D. A. White Sc Sons, and i' E. Loose,
aud J. W. Eaton, dofeuduts.
Notice is hereby given that, pursu
ant to the order of the above entitled
court duly miado and entered in tho
shove entitled cause, John K. Oronan,
the receiver of Pinckney Bros. Dniry, a
corporation, will on Saturday tho 2.1st
day -of December, 1918, beginning at
10 o'clock a. m., on the f aim of the,
defendant, Pinckney Bros, Dairy, lo
cated at tho west end of tho Willam
eite river bridge in Pol'n county, Oro
gon, opposite the city of Salcin, Ore
gon, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for clash in hand all of the
personal property of the slid defend
ant. Pinckney 'Bros. Dairy, consisting
of forty seven, (47) head of cows, ono
(1) bull, eight (8) head of horses, one
(1) Ford auto truck, one (1) Buick
automobile, one hundred (100) tons of
corn ensilage in the silo, all farming;
machinery 4iiid dairy machinery, and
Mnip'iMitt including" ' Wagons, horses,
cultivators, plows, bottling 'machinery,
bott'os, cases, electric motors, spr&yer,
sepi.ator, harness, and othr.i miscella
neous articles all of which property
may be inspected on the premises at
any time prior to tho salo thereof.
- JOHN K. CRONAN,
U 'J i LI n U LI VJ H U VUJ Llj .JJ
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cents per dozen Las
This year's crop fresh raisins, 2 pounds for 25c
New crop prunes, 2 pounds for '....'.......'....Sc
Home canned fruits (in glass jars) consisting of cherries, prunes, blackberries
strawberries, gooseberries, etc., quart sizes, 25c; 1-2 gallon, at ; 45c
We have apricots, dates, figs, cocoanut, Mrs. Porter's and Heinz fig puddings
mince meat, and all the delicacies that go with a first class Xmas dinner, and all
that the right prices. ...
Nice large oranges,; No. 126,. per dozen .....:.........,...;...:....;...55c
The choicest Cranberries, quart .. ....""l5c
Large size Florida Grapefruit, each ...;.......:..... ...i!.IZl5c
Baldwin apples, box ..............."....$i.25
Fine pears, box .....Z1.."$L10
Fancy Spuds, per hundred pounds .......$1.75
Sweet Spuds, 6 pounds for ' 9v
Cabbage, per pound, 3c; in hundred pound lots, per hundred ..........J2 l-2c 2
lurnips, per pouna 2c
Table Carrots, per pound 9C
4 TONS FANCY HUBBARD SQUASH, GOING ATpOUNdTZ""".""""' .2c
Fine grade of White Beans, 3 pounds for ... 25c
SEE ME FOR LIVE POULTRY
The Farmers9 Store of Quality
270 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET PHONE 721
WE DELIVER ORDERS OF 50c AND OVER-FREE OF CHARGE