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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON'tUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1919
Higbraj Ccnnnissica Lays
Plans Fcr Elore Read Work
New Price On
Watch for Announcement in Full
Li ,cOi 3
(Capital Journal Npeclul Rorvice) "
fcilvcrton, June 1 T.--W. A. Reynolds,
ri)uiiiint lumber nuiit of Oregon,
ti k'iI it lila home in thi city Thursday
ff last KW'k. If in body was shipped to
Mountain llmne, Idaho, Friday for bur
ui I. Mr. Reynold had a stroke of pnral
ysls about a year ai;o and had hern
confined to It i n bed since tliut time.
Thursday hit ii taken with another
stroke, which resulted in liia death. He
in survived li v wife and on.
Keith While of Salem v tailed at the.
Henry Browne home Thursday.
.Imk llv.tt has been on the Kick list
the last few dnys.
Mrs. Joe Korcjicr underwent an oper
ation at the fiilverton hospital last
TVi.lay. P(k tors Morse nf Salem and
l.onr of thia city attending.
Nits' Tnrt,l(lttv, tnntron of the hoa
TUnl, ha returned from a vUlt at Kn
Mi. Yihnn a nl liii((!ilir. Mis Clii
dvs, wlm have spent the winter in fiil
inn, leave tinliiv for their homo at
Bottineau, K. TV Mr. IT.ins Thompson
trave a very pleasant farewell for Mra.
Vikan at her homo, on day last V
fitlvprton l to have a plinttlatiqns.
tit i rear. The date arc July 1 to 6 In
clusive, Vis Klma tTutlon of Portland vint-
oif her parent, Mr. and Mi. Tillman
II ut ton, Inst week.
W. K. I.oii;hiiitili'r ha gone to Call
fornia where he expert to spend is
Mr. Laura Hubb hn auld her rei
dene on Flake afreet to Mr. Irish.
Mra. lluliln haa bouirlit a lot tn tool-
iilgo street and expect tu build a uew
home there aoon.
An louiieoineiila have been letpt'ed
by rlilvertou friends that Claire 1'etttt
waa repent ly married to Mia Marjoiic
Hunt of Hoaehurg, (."lair hat recently
returned irom franco.
Austin Lasuuan. liaa pnrphased tho
Andrew property On Libcity hll ,
Mis Kiith Deerlng visited wltn
Blanche Htovonson over aMturday and
hunUiiy. Mia htcvenson and Miss leer
ing motored to 1'ortland. with the for
uier's brother Hiinday.
tilth' Jihim, aon of V. II. Junes (if
thia city, wna married to Mia Helen
(tingle of Knlom lust week. The wed
ilii'2 ttiok tilnre at the hmiie of the
Miits Evelyn Walling of Wmdport
visiting in thia flty.
Arititiiiil Matlieney and Misa A irpinia
Hunt It attended dip (iraditatiiig exerrm
pa at Kalem Thnradnv of InHt week.
Mr. and Mr, (ieorge Duvia, Miaa
Walling and Mr. Keelan motored to In
dt'iiendenee and Salem HiiihIhv.
J, ' , V n
1 i ' it h
ronrit-rs nu ri.ie.. t si Ij ei a,l01 enouah In 'lit hut thfT pave pWe
tu i sixli h Ihhi-iti on rmitiir eyi le w hen 1'imliiiig fmlleiu-tl the
H. MJnrl halteiit HI liirty-eht hltir.
(a.ior oil. Mil-, mineral Witters, piila ami He li fiurjfatirr were N
! -s.l i imii(ih in tlinr (l ijf. "Jisliiy they art- Kivtntr filiwe to Ni j.il.
Nujol it entirely different frota drufs it doe not fcree or irrdnle
the txiweU. .-.. ,
N.ili.l (in vents slairieil ionliv tufteniitjr the fissl waslpandeneoiinaing
t?!e inte-t'iisl in us. Irs tuaet nat ttnt My . thus renMiviiitf thee use of eon- ,
t!ntitn and self-jioijiiniiiir. H i absolutely hariuleu and pleasant.
Nunl 1'1',-s Nttt rs'itbiiih oy, thafiNiii bowel etaiuatsm at
rvi!.ir ii '' -rl the heaHhirst habit in tho world, jet a bottl '
fro:ii lour crimititt t'shij'.tpF.I
t'-r i'. s
t If M dtllf tu
.! -i Ulil'"s) IWMfs
i "k. Ali MtaT
Nujol Laboratorie )
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STAYTON NEWS NOTES
(Canital Journal Hpeeial fierviep)
btaytnn, r, Jnna IT. John Kirny
haa told a ai ac re pieea of land adjoin
ing hi farm to J. Riensman, who ra
eently camp here from the east. Thia
pieec wai oerupied hy and formerly
ueionged to Jo Itrown, and ia about
one o.ilp. wpat of town.
H'oatmaatiT Atiguat Htiekeatein. Wal
i.-r x.. iooko anil u K. tJnugell, of
Salm, were in town Haturriay in the
inteieau of tho m'm drive ,fr funrtjl
for the rtnlvntioa Army. They also
-Mm uiwiia east or mire.
Mr. IVaneea larry and Mim Ale
niier aeeommea Mr. and Mr. Ho
taej i,iy i tstvivm Thuraitar
Mrs. K t' 1 ... i. v
, ... ,. uunio irom an
..K...er, Mr,. Archer JJutdiek, t
..e...j,..a,n, wasfl. hc waa aeeom
pan.e.l home by her gtamlsou, Fred
. Mis, Klma Apple, f Ha,,,,,. ..,.
ia a attfterer from eoming in rontaet
"m immsiiii oaa.
i . i . .. ...
. ami itirs. lien r:.ihl..
Mr,. Nellie Ii-iimn r i....i.j
the guo,t of Mra. Iforae. f.ille
afi!. ot'HT II K nrtil fain,.!..
ii i - wionn to
iortland for th R. TV-Mi-i v.:.u..
Mr V la .t ' " ""INIU.IMI )V
I ( fliriBIKH'r in. MJ I.
Slid Mill. Illfiriki-.s.l Ia.... .
1 , , i?nra no vera I
y, with Portland relative. ..,.1 . " J
m tha ,t,e itow.
Wallaep, ,, 0f Alva Smith, who
from .Siberia, ai'u, h
been enjonng , thi. ty-d v frl,,Kh at
h ha. retunuM to Wlifria.K nl
... e iiiaiuarKea from tho aer
4 tee soon.
vi,K;l,J'v,"", w"k in ''MUnil.
v-si.ht, ,,,,, Bnil family .lldiH
'arl and Caul R, Kre hnh
t,., fc ""-,' nip laiter
g,i.,er. " ateno
Miw ('lata Mielk ha, gnne rrt.
'and rV.r a short .i ...j J.ort
. i irom mere
IT" to (Jearhart for 1h ...
tlrover in.l f,:i 1."
Jve fhK( f K.hi(ols )h( will
Urp,'"rh!!irh fa,"i,r- pf
' . Mr , Mra. A. P. K,rh. left
T or tl,if ,tPr c,,,, home
(olonel HiBK-rMg,.!, of A'n,"
'; t .he h, 0f bi, br
'oe, east of loWn npr
Mr, Hutlie (Iwinee haa 1,B on ,he
b-t of ...faring from t,ili
' ' raf:'r'Kv'"-' "P here to wf fc,
WOMXJf AT WOfiK
Dmi. the waTHnTllion, Bf womcn
whi L V Wk ln into
wnuh ther h.ve 1..,,... .
ealled -in munition faetorie. rhprnieal
-oram motaj work,, afreet raiiav, and
ambnlnnrp driver. harWrs and ele
vator girl, rndoubtedle thousand, f
other, havp longed to aerve In (his war
but beeanse of female ailment.,, which
had fastened iixin fiu.in. were aot able
to d no. VTonien in thia rnnditinn
shot.1.1 give I.ydia E. rickham' VeCe
tabl C.mMund a trial and f,nd health
ami atrength, jj thanaanda of oiher
av o d in.
Aa a remit of the meat trip of
in estate Highway Comauawioa through
western Oregon, the following program
of construction work haa bea draw
up for th next meeting ia Portland.
The t retch of highway from Myrtle
Creek to a point 9 milea aorta of Cor
valli to-be graded and either paved
from Bend to the Jeffersoa county
tVmjtructioa of the Riddle Cutoff be
tween Myrtle CrK'k and Cfcoyoaville
waa ordered advertised for grading and
graveling ia the near future, also the
i construction of a bridge across the
t'inpqua Bivr at Myrtle Creek.
Grading and rovJunj botween Yoa
call and Drain.
Macadam botweea CanroavUle and
Overhead eroming over South era Pa
cific traeia at Tolo a avoa a the
plana are prepared and aa agreement
ran be drawn with the ttoathera
Paving ordered between greases and
t.uvUkame, 8 mile la length.
Overhead eroaung of the SouUtera
Pacific at Comjtoek aa aoon aa plan
ana epecineation can fee prepared.
Hridge across Cow Creek at the foot
of the Mage Koad Pass grade.
The engineer was inatruutcd to pre
pare plan and apeeifiewtioiM for a
bridge over the Molalla Hirer at Can
The John Day Highway, 48 miles ia
length, will be readvertised at the next
meeting. Thia project ia a Federal
Aid Project and involve ry heavy
The Canyon Section of the Baker
Cornucopia Highway will bt advertised
at 1 us next meeting.
The next meeting of the Stat High
way Commission will be held ia Room
'M Multnomah County Courthouse ea
juiy B, at IU:00 a. m.
State Cbzsber Officers
Address Comistrrial Qsb
The regular noon luaeheoa of the
Commercial elub at the Mai ion hotel
today was made unuauaJly interesting
and anappy by the presene and ad
dreeaea of 1'ieaident Chas. Hall and
Secretary Geo. (Juayle, of the State
Chamber of iommer.". who delivered
brio!! tut very pith; adoriaae.,. Mr.
Hall, who ia prominent aa banker of
Marahfield and a man of unusual ex
ecutive capacity, api't.i out. of long
experience and observation of the
benefit to be derived from close co
operation among communities ia the
line of development, and pointed to
the great need of thi in some section
of the state.
Mr. Qtikvlr, who fcna at the to of
his tongue and his fingers all the data
a, to the operations of the Btata
Chamber of Comment, apoke btiefly
01 what had already been eeomptUhed
and what would kp accomplished by thp
organization both in the development
and advertising of Oregon "a resource
in the lino of btuunexs. the Club
voted that hereafter until Beptember
1st, the noon luncheons would be held
monthly instead of wcokly. T. B. Kay,
waa appointed a, chairman to look
after the next luncheon to b held in
the fore part of July.
SIMMONS MOTHEE ILL
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st"f 1 tit i
Si -J f I III 1 J
'T'IME given the right chance
puts character in a man's face,
horse-sense under his hat, and mel
low fren'lincss into his tobacco.
Time is'a big factor in giving
Velvet Tobacco its mildness and
Velvet ages for two whole years in
wooden hogsheads. During this
long period the choice Burley leaves
take on a kindly quality of cool
ness, a' rich fra-
grance,a tasue mat
1 - ' - f
appeals i o pipe
smokers old and
Don't hurry, but Just
walk into the next store
and lay down a dime
and a nickel and say
"VELVET" the tobac
co that isn't harsh but
. is friendly. ,
K. C. Simmon, manager of Vick
Bios., is at Silverton where hi father
ia seriously ill. Mrs. Simmons, who has
been quite ill ut her home here, ia con
siderably improved today. Eugene
Guard. 1 , .
-a " a ,. w. JLjya a,j.a a a a aji.av
I 3s s a a a a I v a i a a a s s a s s a s . t rjrs,
Roll a VELVET Cigarette
m i .
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than twpnty nrp working today, this
claim. Office forcea are eommandeereH association
California Golfers Lead
Spokane, Wash., June 1L California
led at the close of the first day'
play in the open championship tourna
ment of the Paeifie Northwest Golf
here yesterday. ReJbprt
to oiierate awitehp. Hospitals, uolieo
and ome business offices alo protected
according to J. Holmes, district mana
ger of the Onklnnd Telephone company.
there are but three girls at Berkeley
stntion, an at Piedmont, three at Mer-ritt.
Holmes claims that half of tho force
ia working. He will Issue a statement
atwl figtirea later In tho day. The Ala
meda exchangp reported not out
but will strike at noon.
lory of the fallen heroes on. the firat
I lav r 9 .QtlvAct.n 'm lni.rft. rt t tntv f.ln.
Ia ChsinpiOnSaio Contest I btion nd oi"ecoming, juiy 4 ami .
i XI - T r . 1 . : 1 1 .1 .1: .. . I. . 1
-.orr 1 u. aou.ns mil unu.rr lilt) HU-
drea of welcome the first day and
Kev. J. A. Bennett tho address of
welcome tho aecoud day. Judgo Heuiy
K, McXiinn of Portland la expected to
speak on tho soeond day. Silverton i
planning to take care of a crowd of
10,000 people on these two days.
Lager, professional of Kan Francisco,
turned in US for the 36 holes. George
Turn bull and Harold Simpson both
from Del Monte, t'al., professionals,
were tied for second with l.iO each
Among the amateurs, Hon Stein untl
( lark Spiers, both of Seattle, tied for
first with 151. Heinio Schmidt, of
Aberdeen waa soeond. with loS and
Rudy Wilhelm and Forpst Watson, both
of Pnrtlan.l tioH t.,r lh,r,l ;il, l-.'l
yctjXext were "Dixie" ileager, 8eattle;
Ve Htoil, and K. J. linker, lioth from
111,111 ..Ilk 1'.' ,A.h
Try Salem first Ia Buying
Salem's a Good Place to Trade
Senate Refused Copy Of
11 T A htm a i
Washington, June 16. (Ry United
Press.) On instructions from Preui
deut Wilson, the state department to
day formally declined to give the
senate an official copy of the peace
B. P. Jones, state representative)
from Lincoln and folk counties, has
resigned a, mayor of Newport,
BIO FOURTH CELEBBATION
says Dostor Connor formerly of Joline
Hopkins hospital. Thousands of men
suffering from fatal diseases would ha
in perfect health today were it aot for
the deadly drug Nieotine. Wop tka
ihaibit now before it's too Tate. It' a
simple process to rid yourself of fha
tobaceo habit in any form. Just go to
any up to date drug store and get soma
Xipotol tablets; take them as directed
and lo; the pernicious habit quickly
vanishes. Druggists refund the money
if thev .fail Tt, iiirn ,DaJ lu,n n ,1
interesting announcement br Doctor
rtcnnir cspcrctflrr or tate l'o k in a ( nnnnr n tn ; ,k;.
IS PLANNED AT 8ILVEKTON ?4ri T L Pr- It tells of the danger of nieotine pois-
,, u ivi.j inn. n nuuiu inn or oning ana now 10 avoia it. in Uie mean
In tho miblie interest to present a time try Kicotol tmblets- win will b.
Silverton. June 16. (Walter I.i.i.nln
1 Too7,p will deliver the oration in mem-
treaty that is provisional."
surprised at the result. D. J. Fry.
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