Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, May 24, 1919, AUTOMOBILE SECTION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 13

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 21. 1919.
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THAT A PAVED OR HIGH-CLASS GRAVEL ROAD IS A RAILROAD STATION AT YOUR DOOR, OR AT LEAST AS NEAR TO YOUR DOOR AS THE ROAD COMES ?
THAT IT MEANS AUTO-TRUCK LINES WILL BE ESTABLISHED TO HAUL YOUR FREIGHT?
That Auto Busses will carry you or members of your family, to town an
back at a low cost, if you do not care to drive in yourself?.
THAT YOU WILL SAVE THE BERRY JUICE THAT IS NOW LOST IN HAULING YOUR BERRIES TO MARKET OVER ROUGH ROADS?
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THAT EVERY GOOD ROAD NULIFIES THE EFFECT OF THE MAIL ORDER HOUSE CATALOGUE AS NO PERSON WILL BUY BY MAIL IF THEY CAN GET TO TOWN AN
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THAT IF THE FARMERS PROSPER, THE MERCHANTS WILL PROSPER AND THAT WILL DRAW OTHER MERCHANTS TO SALEM WHO WILL WANT TO RENT BUILD
INGS AND THEREBY BOOST THE RENTAL VALUE OF YOUR BUILDINGS?
(Paid advertisement)
MARION COUNTY MARKET ROADS COMMITTEE.
ROLL 0FH0N0R
The following casualties are reported
ty the. commanding general of the
American Expeditionary Forces:
Killed in Action 8
Died from Wounds 2
Died in Aoroplane Accident .. 2
Hied of Accident and Other Causes 8
Died of Disease 13
Wounded Hoveroly IS
Wmnul.'ii fdeeroa urndotormined).... 4d
IWounded Slightly 242
Jlisain in Action
Total
335
Killed In Action.
Theodore E Anderson, Chicago 111.
George W Krause, Seattle Wash.
Chester C Lecjier, Frecport Pa.
Burley P Morris, Blnckeley W Va.
Oscar Bhuella, Went Wyoming l'a.
Died of Wounds.
George A Harper, Bumpass Va.
Albin J Meklaud, Pittsburg Fa.
Died from Accident and Other Causes.
Anthony L Arnet, Gridley Oil.
Harold Newman, Fall River Muss.
Charles W Schmitt, St Louis Mo.
CTJERENT CAUSALTIES
Died from Aeroplane Accident.
with pink rose bud candles was the
table centerpiece. Late in the after
noon delicious refreshments of sand
wiches, cake and ice cream were served.
Ucrvais Star.
HAKE? BTALNAKER'8 FATE
EEMA1N3 A DEEP MYSTEEY
The fate of Harry H. Htalnaker of In
dependence, a member of company L,
remains a mystery. In an effort to lo
cate the youngjnan, relatives eouimuui
cated with the war department and re
ceived the following telegram in reply:
"Deeply regret to inform you that'snce in them.
The locals put the game on ice in the
on, tooted their horns like all Rood
tx.ostus do, so the carriers, their wives
and lady friends are coming from
three to five hundred of them. Inde
pendence 2"0".
WOODBUBN WINS
Considering the threatening weather
last Sunday, a fair-fined crowd whs in
attendance at the giune between Wood
burn and the Kirkpotriek Htnrs of Port
land, The Hniforms which the team
purchased in the dim tmst fin-ally ar
rived and the boys wade their appear-
WHEN YOU WAKE
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATER
Wash tha poison and toxin from
yttem before putting more
food Into stomach.
Say Insldt-bathlng make any
en look and fcyl clean,
sweet and refreshed.
Lieut Oakley W McKiuney, Brooklynprivate jrilrry jj. stalwikcr, in aim,
NY. I is officially reported as wounded ana
8gt Greeley Bobbin, Miler Neb. missing in action since July 18. Letter
Died from Accident and Other Causes. lfoiIow5.
Hurrv Kiecs. East Youngstown Ohio., v,.r. flier urn three soldiers here at
Ed Cooper, Torrance Miss, -present who are positive that they talk-'one more in the seventh and a coupjo in
Gus L lfindman, Uluo aiouiuaiu .a'.ierj wjt Hnrry on the street of Mew the eighth inning. Independent.
for 1.1c; yearlings lOe to llc wethers
10 to 11c; ewes, 6eHIc.
The latter Part of last week's mar
ket in everything was stronger than
either yesterday or the Monday pre
vious, which is rather a strong viru
mcnt in favor of the mid week train
from Huntington.
; ROSEDALE !
second Inning when five hits and a cou
ule of passed balls counted for fivo.
runs. They annexed three more in tha
fourth on three hits and two errors, and
York on their return from France a few
weeks ago. Independence Post,
Elder F Jaeke, Forrest l'aik Hi,
William J fctmith, Newcustlu ffyo.
Died of Disease.
Howard Blaybaek, Lawrcnceburg Ind PYTHIAN SISTERS MEET
John MorriU Icisw....iuter, Aimianu
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Wsrh yourself on the Inside before
breakfast like you do on the outside.
rThia 1 vastly more important because
ihs skin pores do not absorb Impuri
tie into the blood, causiof illness, while
the bowel pores do. !
i Fr every ounce of food and drink
.taken Into the stomach, aearly an eun. s,
of wa.te materUI must be carried out!
f the body. If this wast materia is'
pot eliminated day by day, It quickly
ferments snd (enerate poisons, fa sea
ad toxins which are absorbed or sucked
lymph ducts which should suck only
nourishment to sustain the body.
A splendid health measure is to drink,;
before breakfast each day, a flats of
real hot water with a teaapoonful ef
Csaestoa phosphate in ft, which Is a
Aaraless way to wash these poisons,!
js and toxtns from the stomach,;
hftr, kidneys and bowels; thus cleans-;
bf, eweeteninf and fresbeninsr the n-'
flirt alimentary canal before puttinf
nor food into the ttomack.
A qnsrter pound of llmtone phos
tnat costs but vry llttl at the drng
ktor, hot I snffident to mak anyon
enthoilsst on Inside-bathing. Men
bad woote who are accustomed ta,
Wk up whh dull, cbin( head or,
I it fsjrrel toafu. bad tast, nasty,
lreath, sallow complexion, other wh
I iv bilioM attacks, add stomach r
1 ostijxwioa r asNred of preaonacedj
I proTeBt la botk health acd afpear-J
skortiy. Adr, (
Waltce Bcott Rhodes, Roycr l'a.
Mike Lapineki, Gary W Va.
John Daniel Evans, Millner (la.
Reginald A Ftrraday, Blooinfidd N
Austin E Hiatt, Irwin Iowa.
Bnstiaa Ippel, Hheboygan Wis.
William E Muhs, Lowden Iowa.
Tliff l'ierce. Thomaston Ga.
Richard Prater, Mount (sterling o.iBllpnli gpio 8 Bilverton.
GEEVAIS ITEMS
0. J. Moisnn and wife and her mother
AT INDEPENDENCE HEXT Mrs. Ben Rtevens and Mrs. Francis Moi-
lean motored to Portland Monday. The
Due to the boosting and teamwork of Uc will visit while Mr. MoiaAn is a
the Independence delegation which at- delegates to tho grand lodge of Por
tended the district conveiuiou of PytV esters. They returned Wednesday bring-j
lan Msters ihi.i ai saiem i itvray nigt.:, mg Mrs. tnarici toninuaiier anu cuh
the next convention wiii be held in In- dren with them.
dependence. Tuc district eomnrises t'n-' Dr. Hickman and wife and her sis
lodges of Aloany, BrownV'l.e, Corva'' ,ter, Mrs. Dodgridge of Balem, Rnd Mr.
Dallas. Eugeuo, Independence, Lebanon, i and Mrs. Antoine DeJardin wmt to
(Capital Journal Special trvice)
Harry Burris is Again at home,
Mr. and Mrs. IWb IllinHton' are re
joicing over tho arrival of a baby girl,
May Id. She is called 11 cue.
All are eord'uilly invifed to alend
the nieetitifis Ibcing helil at itho church.
Mr. Ic, an pi ihiisinesH man of the
i-ut bt now a resident of Salem, is
tlio evangelist. Ho is a forceful and
intnresting upenker.
Mrs. IJ)aco went to her homo at New
port last Wednesday,
Among ithe visitors at. the Friends
quarterly meeting were Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Bray, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Petir-
s:m, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Russell
from tKewberif and vicinity, Mr. and
Thedore A Price, New York X Y,
Achille 8epc, Italy,
! Portland Wednesday afternoon to hear
I'ntrlr.nd hv auto Thurwlay,
The many friends of Mr. James Fruit
will lie glad to hear she is improving lu
health.
Walter Fuller ha just purchased a
new Maxwell.
Brooks school closed with a very suc
cessful school entertainment on the
evening of May 1, a pleadid program
was given by the school children; a
lurgc crowd wa in atendance. Pies
were auctioned to the highest bidder;
floitghnots and rnffe and eandy and a
miniatuie fish por- me receipts ii
the evening were 7Q which will be used
toward baying a piano for the school.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ash
bangh was the scene of a merry sur
prise party Mondav evening In, bomn
ft Mrs. Ashbaugh' mother, Mrs. Me
Cloud. At Ute hour refreshments
were served.
Robert Hsckit have as their gnests
John Haekit and daughuf, Mary, of
rVattle. Washington.
A prettv birthday party was given by
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunlavy on Monday
in honor of their little daughter, Anna
Maria's birthday. The guests were a
tertained with game and mom. Pint
and white wa the color motive used in
the living and dining room, effectively
carried net with lovely pink and white
rose. A large birthday eak decorated
(ieingc Wood,
T)i4 Ktate Rural Carriers association
will meet in, Independence on Lo-r
dHr. The delegates, in looking over the
vclley for a good place to enjoy then
selves, picked Independence. Then tu.'
ennvts. Ed Wander and Percy Dickie
A iLlJt, lit ii t't, aL4j I
PORTLAND MARKET KSV111W
lndependrr.ee pel'le who went to Si-1 John McCormick sing.-
lem included ine following- -.re. clli i
l.,.rnult i F. 'I5i.rrii.k- Wr. Sam Cui.
BROOKS ITEMS Mr. fiherninn llvs. II. ilirschb -rg.
Mrs. J. B. Hiltibrand. Mrs O. A.
Several from this community are at-jmpT Mrs Hnowie Kurre, Mrs. W. Kul
tending the I. O. O. F. convention in 1an,Irfj Mr, hni Mrfc A. c. Moore, Mrs.
Sslern this week. Ip. o. Parker, Mrs. C. 0. Bloper, Mrs.
Donald Macy ana lairy jaacy wi.ry Smith. Mr. . E. Tripp and Mr.
tar.
"Mr. Smith, Marion Cook and Loyd
Taylor from rortland, also seveiai
from- Hcotts Mills and Balem. j
Harry Bhcpard i working for his
uncle, D, Alexander. ',
E. J. llcrschback k Son hare brought i
suit against J. L. Van Doren for (52.60
and 125 attorney's foes. They allege
work of this value was don on an into
truck belonging to Vn Doren and that
a lien was filed sgainst the truck within
CO diiys of the time tho work was dnno.
Tli Journal Job Department
will print yon anything In the
stationery line do it right and
save yon real money,
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Carter's Little liver Fills
You Cannot be yOlv AJlemedy That
Constipated
and Happy
Small Pill
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Makes Life
Wcrtli Living
Ctaulna besz igaaru'S)
A BSCNCE of iron la ih
Uiood 1 lh reuon for
msoy colorless fca but
OAUTER'S IRON PILLS
vlll greatly help most pak-iaced poopta
' "HOWS THAT, JOHN 3
No wonder the home food pr6V
ducer is proud of bis tardea plot;
Write to tha National Wax Garden
Commission, Washington, tot (re
f irden book. Ssd two-c3 gtimp
or postage.
North Portland, Or.. May 24 In ref
erence to the cattle market the supply
the hitter part of week was low and
did not meet the demnnd, end pricwi
were a little stronger. Yesterday ' re
ceipts were large, but there was a pret
ty good demand and prices remained
steady at the prevkm Monday prices,
The demand whs jt eiuiugh to take
care of the receipts, but if the receipts
had ben ny larger we would have look
ed for. t weakening in prices. As it
was, we bad a good market.
If at any time in the near future we
should have any extra large receipts we
look for price to drop.
Extra good stper sold from 12 to
'13'; good steer lie to 12; goou ..,
10 to lliic We ld a tew lor a little
more, but not many could go above
1 1 e. Uot of the bull sale were from
6e to 8e. Prime veal ealves odd at 13c
Good slockcr stwr Se to 9'jt. We sold
a few for 10c, but not enough were old
at thi price to pay any attention to.
Hog receipts yesterday were large and
price were lower. ,W sold a few say
that the top f"r prime mixed hogs was
20e. with the bulk of sales st 19.
Onr hog supply still eontinne good.
Stocker and fwier are still in the
usual demiuid. I-t week's sheep mar
ket wa in good shape, but yesterday's
receipts were a little too targe to make
a good market. If yon have ny large
oamber of sheep to market kioly advise
a before shipping so that we can do
hat we cjw to see that there is noi
an ever supply here at any one time.
Yesterday prims mixed lamb j'd
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Ma cc ana I'cari, cnmpii-te one of the jaiiet" orchestras, so the snfflier- faid tht ever visited a cantonment,
Tbcy were par sf the t nterteinment division of the Y. M. C, A.