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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OKKUON FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 1919.
OUR MEATS ARE STRICTLY CHOICE: PROPERLY AGED IN THE PROPER WAY. OUR SAUSAGES ARE MADE IN A SANITARY AND PERFECTLY CLEAN KITCHEN AND
3 NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF PURE MEATS AND SPICES ARE USED. GRAIN FED STEER BEEF. YOUNG CORN FED PORK. CREAM FED VEAL. PURE SAUSAGES.
I Pot Roast
BETTER MEATS THAN SOLD TO YOU BY SOME OF THE OTHER MARKETS. AT FOLLOWING PRICES:
Beef Boil 12c
Pork Roast or Steak 26c
Pork Loin Roast or Chops 30c
Fresh Side Pork 25c
Bacon .. : 35c
Ctotage Rolls : 35c
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Tnr TTll TAf Rub ,Ittle Tuxedo briskly la
the palm of your hand to bring
out iti full aroma. Then imell it deep
its deliciout, pur fragrance will convince
you. Try thia test with any other tobacco
and w will let Tuxedo atand or fall on
"Your Noam Know'
Finest Burley Tobacco
Mellow-aged till Perfect
plus a Dash of Chocolate
Tha Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cig&rettt
a Cuararrteets try
n f Ae pliable
tf In the
yQy pocket curved
Court Ovcrru'es Deminrer
Of Plaintiff In Bond Case
luugk -just ia tiae to CHtih your Urchtli
"Rillf Around the nag" ia the top
ic m? Kvuncalint Burner fit Hid jfst
Judge Percy Kc'ly ba oerrnIfil ta R , .,.,.,, ,Iini.llt. 7 innal
(Vmnrrcr of tb. plaintiff ia the .djreaa. Coma and honr Troy, the eo-
of the Capital Nutioiiul Bank. 'Mattie j pel rfinjr and his chorus choir. ter
F. It.'ntty and .). V. SIobjo ajniuM icea 'besjin promiitly Ht 7::I0.
the city of Salem iu laei:' uit for j , T"1 ,
J , . , , I IiLitead of The Rer. Jcshna Stanfiela
the payment of bonH, .wued on thefl th g,, fur Uf evoninjj at the
South 12ih irtreet pavinj. The plain-; Maeioa comity Kuiuluv hcIu'oI couveii
tiffa are giea until April 12 for fur- tioa uw in (-ion v.i the J'irst "hris
ther iileadinc I tiM ',1",,',, ,h' l,'!' will ! deliv-
The fc.ond, for the Soatk Tel?ta ! the Ke. 11. H. (intfith, pas
street pavin? wer iastt'd about .;' l1"' f'"" U"',!il'a" ,'1,"n'h I',
year, aKo and it i Mateade.J by tha l l'r" I hc scions tomorrow will
pUnntiffs that auita wer broueht : Jf' ,hr' by ' K,V -
morelv to avoid the MaUte of limi- ""!nbf,'; ,l,e '"v,,:"!"m -1:'8-
lntl0 ( inj itli hu talk on "HcliKioua elu-
The'eitv in it. answer tkrauch Cit.i l'"atiu ,hf BCW ,mrJ f"r
Attorney Ma-y, contended taat the eoa ta- -iu.'iS year will )e fleeted but-
traeton the ("ark lleary company lVl,T atternooa.
aareed to wail for its atoaer until I . ... J! . it
fund, had accumulated i. th Hunt Th nrtmwt of the Com
Twelfth atreat fund and aot to claim i "",r,:,Bl clul) ,nu,i t !'"s (,VI'I"". t0
n.onoy from the enerat fnad. Also ! plana tor th- eeminK
thftt no atatotea of limitatioa would P"."- frin-lhnjf ia
i . .,:..i ..... : f...i I i hairmon of tin. ilepuilinent and lie
ni'uiv in unr ni'i'i-iiii iii"ii r.vius luuu . .
wheu thare ia a probability taut aa
money will be in that fuad far acveial
Jut at nie.ient tki is "! ia the
South Twelfth atrert ad. The claims
held by the plaintiffs ia tae throe
etiwa are next in number I be paid.
The. 1'a.pitiil National bask hnklj $.1,
0(M, Muttie F. HeattV llt aad .1.
(. Moore I0I.
: CITY NEWS J
Military man In tha city aunounca
that otilcra have been issued from
hci!(ltimi ten of the Oiegou national
gunrd at Portland in which Colonel W.
Q. North has been recalled from tha
retired list and assigned ta tha com
mand of the first regiineat iafantiy.
Th poopla out la Ua Libarty sec
tion really attend to hara electric
lights and do their ironinj by eleutric
ity and run the windmill by eleotiicity
and probably rock the cradle by aid
of the electric motor. But the men
who were mostly interested, are so
buoy with thiir loganberry patches
and prime orchards, that nothing has
been done the past week or an to se
cure additional names. As the matter
now stands s 1 S00 lus already beea
guniaiitccd and when $4000 is assured
the Portion ! Railway I.ijht and Pow
er company here will brgii work oa
putting in the lines.
Tonight's service will be the clos
ing aerv'ce this week of the Harner
Troy meeting at the First Haptist
- , .,.r. .a ,.rr a '"I ", " "Jj ! much interest being taken iu the
niiny nmunu me r:wa. .ur, uwt
will lead the chorus choir and
sing n niimlcr of sjlos. The interest ! line. He will speak lolh this after-,
in the meetings has grown euch flight n,)0n an, this evening in connection.
and tonight's meting it is eapected I watH the Epwanh l.i"u':e rally nt the'
will be the climai of the scries thus .vr,t MithnliM chinch.
far. The uiictings continue through,
next eck. Portland. Ur., April 4. The school!
rrr" v , . . ' board at its meeting lust uicht, nnex-!
Miaa Bopsio Sbinn, who ia a fator-j ,, 1
ire kUhv teller ..moo the children. Iecte.lly granted a monthly bonus of;
has a-aocinted with him as committee
mea if. C. .Perry, K. T. Karnes, .Max
Uurea, t'nrtia B. Cross H. I. Pntton
and t. 1). Kay. According to the
plaaa that have been outlined, this de
partment will take an nctivc part in
tha home work ef the Commcn iul club
during the coming six months. One of
tha lirat matter to be taken care of
is the ipropoaition of a bathing beach
and whether1 Riverside il'ip can 'be
made available for bathing, a it was
two and three years ago. Another dan
that will probably be brought before
the meeting ia that of doing something1
practical in the way of a clean up and
paint up campaign as soon as the
spring aenson fully opens up. And in
addition to the clean up campaign, or
in connection with it, il is probable
that the ciie. department will lend its
influence in a fly swatting campaign
aud incidentally cleaning up breeding
places for flies and such .
While Salem has fair prospects of
considerable building during the sum
mer months, there has been nothing
much going on o far this year. Only
one building permit issued during
March and thia one was to A. William
son for an $800 house at STfl South !th
street. J. Baumgartner took out his
building permit yesterday for the large
warehouse to be erected on Front
st'reet oa the present site of the Brown
planing mill. It is estimated to cost
between KO0O and $10,000.
Dr. Done? returned this morniuS
from hi a tour of the south runt of the
state, in which he managed to work
in about ti.i minutes of Htrenuosity to
the hour, delivering five addresses in
the course of one day, on the subject
of the aentenarr movement. He found
hv the Methodist churches down the
jwill tell the story Sal unlay morning j f 10 for all teacher, of the citj . effect
at the puolic library, beginning at i April 1.
I li)::ti o'clock. Attention ia called to j
l,i... i i..:.;....:.... ,iiu ltrit - -- -rTnrTr?
I'll' lll'lll, IIS HI 1,1 II II t ri'i .i,'.
there ill be hut one slory hour each j
Saturday iron. in;; mid this hour is
!0::;o o'clock. i
I Those who are real'. loterested In
I the -irk due by w.inieu in the war
will have an opportunity to hear this
cveiiu I. 'unit . It. i tha Campbell at the
j auditorium of the Salem pn-.lic libra
ry. I.ieut. t'.',":.VII w:;s on the fight
jiiig trout and ill tell ef actual ex
! Manager Kupper UitiJiatea there is
Isnuething c.ecipg to the Oregon Sun
iilav that ill put bnbblea into the
i bloo I of fiery college studei '. and ev
ery old bald alumnus who csrrie in
his soul the recollection of the esca
pades and hihmiy of ball and campus.
Clmrles Rav i in it. and that ' enoujh
..,,,1 r.ir mi r; 1 in hu cot to be rret-
Ity lively and versatile to hold all Kay
lean do in 4. minutes. It's called 'The
itiirl ledger. . it figures everal types'
'of jirl. and you get through with one
A food all
I boys like
The American Spirit
The Spirit of Modern Business
',,' H.R. PARKER
Chapter IV. '
What qualities enable American
business men to succeed?
They have clear sight and cool cal-
spirit cf adventure. They are prepared I
to try all sorts ot experiments. They
They have the gift of leadership.
They know how to organize. They
bring together many people for a com
mon aim and object. &
They knoto how to get into close touch with their fel
low men. vi
Their outlook is wide. They think of the requirements
of men and women of all classes. They aspire to reach out
with their goods and services to all mankind.
This is the spirit in which modern business is conducted.
In old days business men were timid and shortsighted.
They were petty shopkeepers. .
I saw long ago that dentistry as a business was still a
It seemed to me that we ought to organize it after the
fashion of modern business.
Let us learn practical wisdom from our business men,
and idealism from the common people.
My motto is: Sound Business and Ideal Service.
Under the "E. R. Parker System" for first-
7ff CIass wrk m dentistry, most moder
(JlKv J ate Prices are charged.
SYSTEM Painless Parker Dentist
State and Commercial Streets.
65 yards of very heavy canvas 75 pounds of tea;
baking powder; canned goods; soap; U00 pairs of
shoes; lamp chimneys; 45 dozen fruit jars; 125 safe
ty razors; silver teaspoons; hats and lots of other
We are going to turn them loose Saturday, April 5,
1 :30 o'clock
One 2-year old filly running stock. Sired by Dick
Mills, one of Oregon's famous running horses, She
is just right to go into training this season.
1 Milburn wagon and 14-ft bed, nearly new. ,
1 Studebaker buggy, rubber tired.
1 steel plow, 14-inch, nearly new.
1 set of single driving harness.
Salem Auction Co.
157 S. Commercial St. Phone 1117