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IBPAjgCAmALJOimWALSAmT nPr,0,v, FRIDAY. JUNE ?Q 1M9
Piedmont Peanut Oil
Im cold-pressed -frorn WLoJe
hand-picked peanuts frown in tha
... , s wholesome and easily
digested American food oil ideal
tor both table and cooking purposes.
Ak for PIEDMONT
The food oil with
the nut flavor
t SOCIETY. '
: . T
Br Gertm.la P..K:. T
Miss Lucile Elliott l 1
in Sixikane. tt. ah;, ........
Miss Elliott has been an instructor fa
tlie department of pnMic speaking la
the local biirk school .l,.ri. h. .
school year and has nude courtier
means aurmjj her residence here. She
was alwav. a oartii-nlui. ft.....;.. j
hor serviees have bee. in rnn.-..
niand at elub meetings and aoeUI gatherings.
10YAL IBM PUS
(Coatluued from Page 1.)
Those present at the session follow:
A. 0. Dixon, Eugene: (leorgo T. Oer
linger. Dullus; K. 1. Kinsley and
iKnlpli Iturnii.t, Portland; A. v
- J..n. IKkiuuu..; .. 1). Uueharmti. '.Seat
tle; Paul J'avte, Knyle (inr-je, Wash.;
Joseph Irving, Kveretl; J. , Metlold
tirk. KjM.kam.; H inn iiigioii Tavlor,
ocr d 'Alone, ld,h; J. ). Mina'ugli
Uker; and T. A. Mct'aiin, licnd rep
reteiitiiig the operators; and J. E. Rior
Jdn North H,.,. W. , Kmflh ,ul,
ftv. A. Pia.tt, Juiappton, Wash.; W. If
larnson, A'upavin,., . .
Krowii llotiiiitt,,,. w t n.'i. .'. .
wa,h, A.D.n.;1,;;;, ll ;s
" ", Wa.,h.; C. R. Gregory, KveV-
(tt; Zephyr La Voy, Dalkena, Wash.;
I.. I). Wellington, Harrison. Idaho; 0.
K atkms, Li Grande, and Charles E.
iliidzhes, IWiid, as representing the em
Tlie Legion now has a membership of
ilnoro than 3.-..IMI0 and is daily -.-ining
l'n strength, according to reports read
at sessions of the executive committee
conference. With few cieeption. the
mil!-, of Western Oregon and Western
..-..i.mkioii are organised under Loval
Indictments charirinir them ,;ik
"I'in.irf to trade with the enemy dur
'ng the war period were returned Tue.
iiny injaiiiKt Henry A. Westphal, C O
and K. It. ., pruniineM
i "" " KienTiHIllS.
Try Salem first In Buying
V-I 'Si rv. J &
Among tho RaJem women who are
attendi-ig the stnte pioneers reunion in
Portland, are Mrs. A. X. M. if
(Itore Pearre and f r. F,.;.
Ir. and Mrs. B. I). Ilvr.l ..-
tnining as their guest, E. F. hyri ef
Rr. C. H. Went of Tjm tno,.L.
rivtu m oaiera ve(inesdy evenin-r to
vmt his parents. Mr. ami Mm V. lb
2"1.j Maj.lc avenno, and other Ie!atfs.'
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ylr-nr. wl.n Uv.
been residini? in Salem fur
few months have returned to Portland
Mr. ViTirs has been connected with the
hiirhwuv com mission nt tlm l-itn k.n..
n iid hus accepted an Importunt position
with a construction company ia Poit-luud.
1 U .! 'is '
7XTLTI. - r
nere uui i find Kclief from
itching, lerrifying Eczema?
Jhu Question Ii Ever on
Lips of the Afflicted.
Eciema, Tetter, Ery.ipela na
tlier terrifying condition! of tli ikin,
re deeo-seated binnd dli.....
pplicationt of talves. lotions ,A
whci can only afford immnr.
Kef, without reachuia-'ths rl ..-,
l. . as . V
me irouwe. iJui lust Lcr.nc.
ireatment hat done you no good, there
is no rt.n " . ', .
j- -- --- ... u..tir. ou limply
v not wtigiit the proper treatment,
llit it within vonr resrlt
Vou have the experience of other.
-ou nav itnterca at you have to
?er bnTlfyinK ,h ,rr!'lon. no mat.
tr how unbearable the itching and
burnln of the tkin. S. S. g will
nd foreref rout from the blood every
trace of the ! .... i.... i. . 7
Ml,. : v "as lor
Tk "ve uered it you have.
1 hu grand blood remedy ha, teen uied
for more than fifty year,7, and yoeu
only to give it a fair trial to be re
ttored to perfect health. .
Our chief medical adviser It an au. !
hor tv nn 1,1 j I! an au-
nd hi wi 1 SirTff nTO
vA- i' f y wunout cost, j
Write today, describing your case to '
Medical IV.ii.im.... c.':. .
- ". iwiie r,neeifi.
M TTssTTTTw;M QMl'l
Every Yard a Splendid Inyestmcnt That Should Be
Taken Advantage Of Now
HI" " .
11 ' t'
A larc Kssortmeiit of Novel
ties in handsome plaids unci
stripes of excellent quality.
The lot also includes some of
H.lding'a yard wido sutin
lininga and two pieces vt
Skinner 'a Serge lining in
black and brown. These are
tkere are 2 pieect of 40 in. Tussnh r,,v. u "U T"h- la ,1',i;il,n
t .ri "nl fcilkt In fiU,a and oranire aha.W .11
"4 . jmu
TAN UltOAlK'I.OTH, 50 J. W1DK
AN EXT HA lioul) VAI.IE
WKIIHIT EtlR CAl'KH, VI).
AT rpi ?r
Miss Margaret Thomas, who fn fJio
past two weeks has been in Ralem nurs
ing influenza liatients. lift f.-r Torf-
land yesterdur. Miss Thonm.
a nen v ross nurse ilun the ntn wj.
anu wss released rrom service in Jan
mirv. nne wi visit in 1'ort :inl .
while before returning to her homo In
Ran Eraneiseo. While in Hi.L.m vr...
1 nomas was domiciled at the Marion
Miss Dorothv Peare I.
sister, mus Helen Tearee, in lortlnna.
After a brief visit with f.!.....!. .n
I nj-tlnnd, Miss Iiena Cherrington hag re
turned home. ,
Dr. R. E. Pomcrov nf th nil,V,1
corps of the nnvv. arrived l V.. T7..1,
vesterdnr after anendinr - slihwsn
mouths In foreign aerviee. Pr. I'imieroy
is nssiirned to temnnmrtr .Int. v....
York. ' . '
Aoulhor lot of 3d in. HII.Kh in fa.
ey ftripea and plaids of a htKher
ity. I the lot are several pitus of
plaia Taffeta, in liKht shad( s. Also
twenty two sliad.a uf 40 irh ( nj.
Te Chin and some splendid 40 inch
.ik and Wool Poplins all at yd. XX3
See Our line Of
""HI J iVituu.. LwiJ
M Al Last Year's Prices
I 'fsiita 300
"hildren'p . .
te 114 -
Bu.sj t In f
. $L.a W.S5
YOUTHFUL, KEAUTIPUJi .
BKIN EASY TO ItAVtj
ion may be ns limlthv as a biid In
the nir and still hn
ion. I hanging seasons and temperatures
winds, dust and dirt.
sny Hkin, even though tho general
health be good. When theso external
inriilVnces snoil fhn .i .
urnl thinir is to reniovol, . i.
external menns. Onli II fl rV 1tin,inl
wx will do this. It will actually ab
'orb the weather K.iled film skin, a
little each dav. In a week or two you'll
have a brand new rim.,,1,,.1 .
. . m. . - r" 'u.i, a new
sKm. Tha ntnn tnl. ....
.... ' "-una ui ana
youthful complexion thus ncmiirefl
"nines so easily, without harm or dis
comfort, there's no reason why any m.
"inn should not adopt this simple 'treat
ment. Just get an ouneo of niorcollned
wax nt any drnir .turn .....i..
ike cold eream. washing It ff niorn.
1 K n win nor rn.i tH .
H the best thing known for freckles,
....... .-.tcnes. nver spots and pimples.
( Cupitul Joiiriiul k...;,.i u.........
lunier, Juno StL-M,.. Jc.ii.ette
"ray leaves tomorrow for Nebraska
Miks Wilma Harsee of Corvailla is
'landing a few day. in Turner tills
week, with relative..
Miss Dean Htills of Gutes spent a few
days hist week In town.
W. W. elllb meet, mlk 1r. n V'
Earris for the June meeting
UenrL'e Mason ....I f.,,.,.i.. .. ..
" "-,. ntio 1 1B-
UiiiK reiutivea in Polk .,,. w.....-.i ...
.'- . ......... M.IUIU,.,
Bud Hiiudny. '
Cecil Hunsakcr ia home on thirty
J. K. Wairironm. nti.l .1 VT K. -
family have returned from an outing
in Tillamook county.
Mrs. B. O. llriiTL.. . k-l...
f" .'un ib ti.ll-
Mrs. Commaek an,) i.r,,,l.., oi.
ert of Woodburn, are spendi-ig the wek
with Mr.. Warren T. kiches.
Miss AirneM Am. il l i. th
Miss Agnes Kelly while attending Prof
J. J. Krnps normal school.
Mr. ihicases waa il..n.-.nil.
ed Sunday when two large auto loads
reianvet motored up to Turner for
(iovernor Ben Ol.-ott has neceptej an
invitalion ta be present at the Fourth
of July eelebratkm at Eugene this year.
The IViaovaa anil, al Alur.lu.. .
aged by fire to the extent of ,(Hl,0(K
iwo neesa aifo, ha. resumed operations.
"I had stomach trouble for dearly
'-'ft years, aim constipation which Mi
ed lev svstcm with en. ..! fu... I
could not do my work, and while i was
iow a . lady from out .f tosn
sent me a botfie of Mayr'a Wrderful
Remedy hich nrov.-.l inl i
I lH-lieve it i, the best medicine on
eath." If U a simple, harmless j repa
rstion that remove. tl .i..rK..i
ens fron, the intestinal tract and alhns
me nfiammntion which eau-.es prae.
ticnlly all stoma.- Ilvn. :..t-...-i
.. ...... i.'i.a.iniii
silmcnts, including; apndicitis. One
(fos will convince or money rcfacded. 1
J. C. Terry. Caoital pr-ig Pto,,. ,,j
ELKS IJITH Dili
fil Sill M
l-Band Concert And Appeals
I r at a r r
ror ialvahoa Army
Feature Rally .
Almost all of Silverto. and aheui
-00 of Salem were in attendance ust
evening at the open air concert and
progrwiB given by the Elks at Silver
ton last everins-. Th ...
of interesting the Pilverton folks in tlie
''"f'S" or iuaus tor the halvatron
army to be pnt on the week be.nning
June 22 under the ansniee. nf
lem Elks lodire.
Walter L. Tooie, manager of the cam
paign for Marion countr aaid (Kal tk.
quota for this county was 20.tK0 of
the quarter of a million to be raised in
The addresses of the evening were e
livered by Ma jor W. Carlton femith
.no Kitve n ciear picture or t Ar.
jgonnc forests. He compared that secticn
jto the country around Kilvcrton. with
its forests and rolling hills, only the
i Argimne forests were heavy with under
I brush. The country around Ypres Mii.j'r
(Smith compared to Howell Prairie.with
isrent holes everywhere caused by burst-
Hi2 snells and bombs.
Robin Day spoke eloquently on his
services at tne rront and noted the fuct
that the Salvation lassies were nearer
the firing li? with coffee and dor.h
nuts than any other war organization.
He said after the bovs h.ll bpnn fitrht-
inir scvnrill dnvs with nnthint. loit cold
jarmy rations, it was mighty ' fine to
meet a Nilvntiou army worker with
real American coffee mid doughnuts.
Little Ethelwynne Kellev, introduc
ed by Mr. Tooie as a real prodigy, liv
ed up to the complimentary introduc
tion and pleased the Immense crowd
woiidefiillly with her short stories.
Miss Elizabeth Levy ii her yioliu solo
received most hearty applause. Miss
Ailn'Miller tmo.lied n rnuiioiiHiva phord
in her two solos and in fact the whole j
nrnrrrnm wn. firwt flna.. The K ks
hfln tit.,.tuliA.l .Minrpl .nlntinn. A..
tor the program a dance was given for
the visiting J.lks and friends.
TU mf viul nt Rnlnm F.1V tn ere-
ato interest in the coming eampnign
will be at Aurora Monday evening,
June 23. Charles V. Oalloway who poko
so eloquently at Pilverfon. will again
be placed on the won-ram for Aurora.
ALKALI IX SHAMFOOS
BAD FOE WASHING HA1B
Most soaps a U. I prepaied shaa:p(
contain tne murk alkali. This dries the
va!p, makes the hair brittle, and is
very injurious, as it dries the s. jin ai;d
makes the hair brittle.
The best thing to use is MuNifieii co-
Coanut nil skimum fnr t!.i I. ..nr. i:A
entirelv greaselesa It's very chiap and
U'-ats auvthing else all to pieces, lou
can get this at any drug j-toie, an.t a
few ounces will last the whole fauiiiv
for months. i
Siiniilv moisten the kair with water i
and mli it in, aTwmt a teaspoonf .il is all j
that is required. It mukes an abiind-(
ance of rich, creamy laiher, cleanses .
thnrOll.'hlv. nn.1 ri.i nut .nvU 1'Iia I
.'lair Uric nuirklv and nvrnlv. mr.fl 11
soft, fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavy
and easy to handle. Besides, it loosens
and takes out every uartiile of dust.
dirt and dnndrnff.
I Personals J
W. H. Downing of Shaw, was in the
city today. He tells ns that the annual
pioneer picnic at the llunf place in the
Waldo hills will draw n large crowd
tomorrow, and that a cood time is
i.ii. . .
looKiii iorward to. j
rank Trick a".d family of I arstatr.
Alberta, are inthe citv and will visit
for two months with T. II. Trick.
The steamer. Victoria and Sciiat-ir,
with 700 passengers, after feeling their
way through more than "id miles of ice
floes, have arrived at Nome, the first
arrivals of the season.
Weedon 'OrosMiiith. actor, author nn.)
artist, died in London Saturday.
Now On Display
TnfTnen7jt n n hr(ilen nut. a.t a num
ber of ranches'ia the La Iine section
of lN'.seliutes comity.
Enrmer. of lTmntilln enuntv are in
formed that they will receive 4 cents
premium on tacked grain.
Mrs. Mary A. Smith, one of the old
est of Washington pioneers died at
her home in La Center Tuesday, aticd
Harvest will start in Tmntilla ronntv
immediately after July 4. Prospects
are good for a fine crop.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Monday, June 23
PRICES 50c to ?1
WAR TAX ADDED
R. M. HARVEY Present.
f. f' .-3 f U
M f J d - y-
;- '':rl'iaiai Iroi
Creole BeantT Chores
nn LARGEST AND HIGHEST
CLASS MINSTREL OEOANIZA
TIOIT EN EOUTE. A GUAKAX
41 ELNSTREL MGS AMD
LaduaMng famoui ballad siugers, iq
tramclai dancera. norelty antaitain.
ra, exDert comedian, lnstrnmer.tal
aa vocal aoloista. A 20-plc hand,
rory man aoioiEt,
10 VAUDEVILLE ACTS
WATCH FOR TBS PAHADB
'fll.F""?lfti fi r
Keep Kids Kleen
A Kl C. 'a
n :.vr. . . -
Is The Keynote Of
I and CAROL HOLLOWAY
I Head Typical
Vitagraph Serial Cast
Of Thrill Technicians
ProoerJv Draoed Si
Well Made Dresses
Every woman knows the
difficulty in making a good
fitting dress, that hangs
gracefully and looks fin
ished and smart
And they would thorough
ly appreciate the beautiful
effective styles we are now
' r? lAs'
In the small details the
care and skill displayed in
these dresses will appeal to
you as splendid examples of
how a dress should be made.
The season's popular ma
terials are shown, in colors,
and trimming combinations
of embroidery, tucks and
frills are most effectively
Visit our Ready-to-Wear
Department and make your
selection before our stocks
are broken up.
1. d i
' Popular Prices
r , - i .
Try Salem first In BuyingSalcms a Good Place iolraile
Cut Your Summer
t yz i
The stove that cboks the entire meal.
KS fSts' Boils' Stews and Steams,
with IZ 5- larger vessels tha" are furnished
with the ordinary cooker.
ull aluminum lined.
Price SM-g Caacity with Legs..$21.00
"ce 18 Qt. Cooking Capacity without
Les $21 oo
sired03" be furnished th any" equipment de-
A perfect cleaner at a rnnohu
t reasonable price. Let
demonstrate it to you.
Sold on the easy payment plan.$2 00
ill t K r 'vy
Ray L, Farmer Hrl !A7 I a
tS HLVt.0 CAJ
Salens a GcdPlc?!:T.d
mism sn rtct n P.f.i t
wor ourt and Lorn. Sts.