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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919.
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rirst Methodist Episcopal Church, j tion to all, but our returned soldier
Corner Stale and Church street. jboy especially are invited.
:13 a. m., class meeting, W. L. Cum-t The other regular services at Lie st
uiing leader. oat hours. ,
:4j . hi., Sunday school, Prof. JohsV tsbbath school at 9:43 a. iu.
VV. Todd, suierintcndc. I Y. P. 8. C. E. at 7 p. m.
1 ! :IK) a. ni., sermon by the pastor, i Kveiiing worship, 8 e 'clock. ' j
Rev. K. X. Avison. Also at 8:0 p. n.j If you have not church home else-
3:l0 p. m., services at the Olii Feo-j where "conic with us and we wil do Karttner, minister.
pies Home, Twelfth and terry streets, you good."
conducted bv Rev. H. X. Aldmh of!
the Leslie church. j Central Congregational Church.
:u( p. hi., r.pworth leagues devo
tional scrUecs: Senior, Miss Mildred
Uarrott, leader; junior, adjourned to
llie first Kuiiduv ill August.
Strangers in the eity arc cordially
invited to any or all the servLes.
IfOU WILL HEVER wish to take another dose of
J, pills after Laving once used Chamberlain's Tab
lets. They are easier and more pleasant to take,
more gentle and mild in their action and more reli
able. They leave the bowels in 4 natural condition,
while the use of pills is often followed by severe
constipation, requiring a constant increase in the
dose. Every bottle guaranteed by your druggist.
For President Announced
Spokane, Wash., June S3. Cnited
flutes Senator JJiles Poindextor ig for
mally a candidate for the presidency of
the i'uited States.
A cull by prominent -republican asks
(hut I'oindcxter clubs bo formed all ov
er the state on the evening of July P.
(signers Include Chairman S. A. Waller
i of the republican state central commit
tee; National Committeman Perkins,
j Chairman Ailmorn of the King county
j committee and President O. C. Wheeler
.of the Young Men 'a liepublican dub.
I Detroit. Kinil Waloff bad a good
'soldier buddy who attended to corre
spondence to get Muloff his bonus from
the war department. Muloff snys he
r.Un took I'tue of the till.
Corner South Xincteenth and Ferry
streets, II. C. Stover, minister.
Sunday school at 10 s. m., Mrs. Bur
ton E. Edwards, superintendent. Ad
dress to the school at 11 o'clock. .Music
I..- II,.. nim.tnt
Thursday. : p. ,., midweek prayer ' ' nirMii;u Kndeavor at 7:13 p. at.
Sl'"in"- At 8 p. ui. the Sunday school will
i render the program " Heirs of Liberty'
Church of God.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. in.
Young People 'a meeting 7 p. m.
Preaching at 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting, 7:43 p. m., Wednes
The annual eamp meeting of the
I Church of God will be held at Wood-
10 a. ni., Sunday school with el&saes ' burn, Oregon Julv 10 20. The eamp
for all, W. L Btaley, superintendent. gtoaa& is dose to the S. P. railtoad, one
llOU a. m., "Jesus DwelUng Among hiIf mil() norUl of the dqlot mi tiiert
I S. twill ltn trim tranevnvttiticin fill Imn (V rrA
a special convention speaker lis been
employed. Everybody is invited to si
tend these services both at the church
and at the convention. B. L. Putnam,
First Congregational Chuicn.
Liberty and Center streets, W. C.
m., Christian Endenvor.
m., "The Gopcl Aecoiding
! (c. peace celebrution for Children 's , nuperintendent.
Leslie Methodist Church. ,
, orner couui ... . . ere! nn.i ..levers jjav) T.xt ,)V M.(V M Hrt.wijter. .M.
street Horace N AWAcU. pastor. U by lra B Wilson.
v-A a. in., Siiuciay school, with class-
es for i.l ln;es ami Rvades, t. A. iilioten,'
superinteiidenl. Primary department I
under the direction of Mrs. Mason Bish
Seventeenth and Chewemeta streets,
V. W. Launer, pastor.
Sunday school, 10 a. iu., C. T. Eoty,
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Court Street Christian ChucD.
Corner Xorth Seventeenth and Court
11:0(1 a. m., publish worship, wilh ser-j n" ls ,lie last M"iay I the
Ilium bv the pastor, theme, "The ripirit cutest between the men and boys ana
I of America." Hperinl niiisie will i. j the wwueu and girls. Last repot t ..how-
elude it solo bv Mi b. Ella England. ,ho "K'u " b0-vs lKtly in the
Devotional nieetiiiir of the knwortli i This has been a dose tou'.esl all
League at 7 p. in., Leslie Hpriu
Preaching at 11 a. m., also tuc com-
Miss Lois Xiles will be the leader for
the 7:13 p. ui. Y". P. A. devotional
Preaching at 8 p. ui. by the pa.,tor, F.
MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.
The Premier Municipal Bond House
MORRIS BUILDING, 309-311 Stork St
Government and PORTLAND, ORE. Eftabllihed Over
Municipal Bonds Phone Bdwy, 215L Twenry-1 Ive Yaara
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MUSIC, PIANOS, VICTROLAS, BAND
and ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS.
Send (or Catalogues.
125-7 Fourth St., Portland's Big Music Store.
8:00 p. in., a song service wiil be
United Evangelical Church.
Cor ner Cottage and Center suects,
Rev. G. U Lovell, pastor.
pres-""-y 11IUKU nuuuv.iuS suminy ariiooi nt tu a. ni., n. A.
u n win lie a ciose iiuisu, n uuuver ft-nninlli'. superintendent.
wins remeinoer tne uig oay at luruer
will be free transyortation for baggage
until the 12th. Wood and stiaw iree.
Bring your tent and bedding ad eome
and enjoy the meeting. J. J. Giiiespic,
Church of Christ Scientist.
First Church of Christ Scientist.
Sunday services arc held at 40 Che
isieketa street at 11 a. ni., subject of
bible lesson, "Christian Science. " Sun
day school at 9:43 a. m. Wednesday
evening testimonial meeting Bt 8 p. m.
fieuding rixini, 209 Masonic leruple,
open every day exeept Sund::y and holi
days from 11:43 a. m. to 5 p. iu. All
are invited to ourserviee and to our
led lie the oirln' iliirn .,,,,1 ti. ,,., coiiventiou July tith und be thcio. We
will deliver an tddress, subject, "(lodiw,,llt cv,'rv lllI"l",r "i the Bible school
uii.l the Buried Kernel." j to there if they possible cau. We
j are only just getting a good slart and
State Institutions. are .ion- ready to swat tho summer
Services at the state institutions Sun-j "'""'I'- Let .everybody think hard for
day will bo held as follows: i "' uf keeping up our iubio
schol attendunco throughout the Bum
mer. Our missionary story wul con
tinue to be read each Lord's day until
Morning Bcriuon, "Christ Inspecting
Junior Shristiun Endeavor at i V- m
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor, 7 p. m. Hear repot I Horn
t:00 a. ni., statu hospital by CapUitu
3:00 p. in., girl's traing school
H. L, Putnam.
3:13 p. ni., tuberculosis hospital
C. W. Corbv.
MADE OF FIRST GRADE RUBBER
Drakra Writ far StcUI Prepadtioa
PORTLAND RUBBER MILLS,
one size only
CANADIAN V HEAT FARMS
r 'reduce finest quality No. 1 hard wheat, trans lands producs finest fat cattle at
twtutl citpt. MUed fannina ilisures success by producinir grHin, hay, cattls, hoes,
nd cro!p. FHilores tiiiknowu. I'tl"e for lmn'-'vHt fsnns i-roiuwd Hud rcatiy to crop,
9 1 5 'Hi to tlu u'.i per irm lfl-isy terms offered on both Improved uod unimproved
ltirui. This Is strictly a rirmnrs' io-oprsllVA company, owned, controlled and
wccruici by JS.uuO farmer khatidioMtus, A domunstrutcd success pruven by It years'
T1TT5 rNITRD C3RAIM finOWKUS 8ECt'RlTIE8 CO., LTD.
ruiiHo Const lu-picwiitaiive, iii Ucnry Hldg., Portland, Ora.
Flrat Presbyterian Church.
Thoimis H. Anderson, niiiiist. r. Sue
i-inl patriotic services in preparation forjthe delegates of the state convention
the Fourth of July home-coiuiiig ci.de
Sonir service and sermon, 8 p. m
subject, "The Sayings of Christ on the
At the niorninur worship at It o' clock Cross."
Mr. Harold Enliin will tell us something! There will be no prayer meeting next
about the "Boys Who Were Willing, week. Though there is no public meet
Hut Couldn't (let Across." Mr. Paul ing let tho members remember the hour
K. Wallace will speak about "Ameilenlin private prayer and devotion,
and France. " Mr. lib-hard Hiinsonj Wo remind you ngaiu of the Turner
will Kive some account of the ''.Hug In ' convention session July 3-13. Be sure
France." There will be beautiful dec-land attend every session that you can.
orations mid sweet music an insira-'A fine program litis been arranged and
HAZEL GREEN ROTES . LKS CAMPAIGN ILL
STARTED TOWARD END
j -1 It V V A B V i t lueP ,he NorthsMt Piotptrous by
" 1 Z I 9 I I I i i hS2 u',n Northwestern Made Good.
USC4kZMM,M ZAN BROS., Inc.
Salvation Army Home Here
Depends Upon Salem's
Everything in the campaign for the ;
ntising olf '20,0(0 in Marion eounty for
tho Salvation army is going along fine, ,
Worship and preachinir service ut 11
a. ni., "God, as the 'I Am.' "
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. in., Ornee
Evening worship and sermo:. at 8 p.
Prayer meeting on Thursday ivei.ing,
First United Brethren Cbuicii.
Yew Park, C. W. Corby, pastor.
Bible school at 10 a. in.
Gospel sermon at 11 a. ui., subject,
"One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism."
Young People's niectUig in the even
ing at 8 o'clock, Mrs. Wickizcr, leader,
Etta Bums, president.
First Christian Church.
Corner High and Center streets, Le-
ilnnd W, Porter, pastor.
Bible schol and Children s jJaj ex
ercises at 9:43 a. m., with special Chil
dren's Pay offering for missions.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock, with
prese 'datum of the Gideon's Hotel
Bibles campaign. Solo, "My Mother's
Bible," by Stephen E. Wolfe, S,.inon
by the pastor.
3:00 p. in.. Liberty Sunday school
gathering addressed by the pastor.
7:00 p. ni., Christian Endeavor meet
ing und reports of sttao convent ion.
8:011 p. in., evcuiiig services.
Turner state convention Ji.ly 3 10,
local services give way to state work
for the entire jieriod. During tho in
terval the pipe organ will be iiisinlied
St Paul's Church.
Services for the second Sunday aluti
7:30 a. m., holy communion.
11:00 a. mM morning prayer and ser
mon, "Religion Not Abnormal."
8:00 p. in., evening prayer and ad
dress, "An Honest Business Man.
Everybody welcome. Chas. 11. Powell,
Room tl iwtUy and up, PtteHs! monthly rat.
Uut-ot town vixitut tnftti to ftW t hm.
Southern i'Bciiic rli'iMru tin in dtot la mow
but Mint. J. W. lU'SI.ONti. MnrtturT,
jtftAWWt..rr, 4tl - I'ttlMl, ANT). ORIS
SACKS for SALE
Pot sloe, Onion and Grain Sacks. Lower Prices.
" L SIIAtt I CO., 312 Fits! St.. Trniui On.
.Ll.'JTO C3r You Can't Break 'Em!
Ct HptHnn with written (iMrantM for
15.009 Sptinp a Slack. Psttbai Ore.
COHLEY'S USD CAR CENTER
127 I.ovvns'lala Stseet.
We will pay yn eah for Hit rrodet cms or sen thurn for you. Remember
the placelii Ick BiiiUltnit, at intcmecUon ol Wart., ISth and Rumania.
iVm( rocifinr H.k.l' nla lry ttoll.r Kpwt tnc Mot I'naw Carbon.
lll.td UaolUtl Mrv MOmi, lMt t. i'U'Kti.cjHiitlcniaiul 1WiN your nimna simMHIl
It fl th Ford burnt ,,ft titilni tuil'Hl''iit 'Ol lactrw l'l-Miind rfirporaHoilll, Live
dbtiiUe and ttf-rowtia asal make s"St moury; atnd fur circulars, r'urd owiMta buy at light.
Vnt Ss aa. PIIIMO r.ASIFtm MTO. 'V, I'orll.sit. On.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Hnaol Oreeu, Or., June 28. Miss
Bovie Rhodes is at home for a month.
Charles Atwater of Airlio came Wed
nesday to the home of his undo and
aunt, Mr, and Mrs. George RhodiE, to
remain during berry picking.
Bert Hchoouover has moved into the
Merle Chiipniiin wns up front Port
land for the Inst week end.
ills. Mabel Fasselt and little son re
turned to her homo iu Washington
Mr and Mia V. 3. Sekenk of Tinoniii. atcordiiwr til Walter L. Toozo. i
Tho tpiottt outside or Miieiu ror ine;
I'luiuty is f."i(Mid and this amount there
will lii- no trouble in raisin',', Mr. Toozp
snys, as the w others everywhere are (
reporting lilx-ml contributions,
Hilem faeta the proposition of rni-
ing either I0,0IMI and hitting all the.
notnev irn el'wn hire for investment, or
Mis. Adah .limes is attending tae sum ()f Tag jir,,oo0, making the total ,
for the county IjlUU.OOO. Mioulil tins
0,000 'be rained in the. county there ;
will be erwted in Hnlem a building
that, wi'l 4e a credit to the Mlvation
annv mid the efforts of the falem Elks 1
Foley's Honey and Tar
Far saw fun lbs Standard FaauW Coash Mafcaa
Takm No SuhlHtat far Folly' w Maxy Tar
J. 0. Perry 'i
and will be ready for use on resunptiot
of work following the convention.
First Baptist Church.
Bey. O. C. Wright of Portland, secre
tary of the Oregon Baptist state con
vention, will fill the pulpit of the First
Baptist church Sunday in the aosene
of Dr. G. F. Holt, who has been caded
to Chicago to attend n meeting of th
general board of promotion tf which
he is a member, as o-ve of the two rep
resentatives from Oregon.
Morning service, 11 o'clock.
Evening service, 8 o'clock, Dr.
Wright will speak at both services.
Sunday school, 9:43 a. m.
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock th
church will hold its quarterly business
Thursday evening at 8 O'clock play
er and conference meeting.
SPOKANE GREETS HEROES
Kpokane Wah., Jure 27. Feeds,
hall games, pnrndea and general festiv
ities greeted the 14(llh field artillery
here today when the organization stop
ped over en route to Camp Lewis Ifor
discharge. Battery F, a local organk
aion, is included in the outfit.
h : J
when stomachs do their
work and bowels move tu ural'y.
Fretful, cryu-ti babies m cd
Tbttifacta' ac3 Calba': fiJj;,
to males the stoniaoli dirr t fripj.
r.Y and ttowcls In move s i. thi'j
i, Jk tnoutJ. Lea-addi.4a..saai,
r-. . oniales. mrco ic -. fi-o i.r r
9 f tiamil'o! in . rtsli...! v '
S. - Jfc-. A Wfj, m '-It
ft ".-A 3
J. C. Perry's.
BUSINESS FAILURES IN UNITED STATES.
Have been very largely due to ignorance and neg
ligence; ignorance of the principles of Constructive
business methods, and Negligence in the application
of knowledge possessed of these principles.
We can point out Your Errors of the Past,
Show you how to Avoid them in the Future, and help
you Attain Success.
TROMLEY & HENDERSON
Auditors & Business Analysts
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. - Portland, Ore.
Wash., visited the Inter's sister, Mrs.'
George Rhodes, this week.
Mrs. Ralph Gilbert spent a j art of
the week at home.
Miss Nellie Bennett of Philoinutil nr
rhed at the home of Charles Van
The CLAR1NDA El
mer school at .Ylonnioiitti
,lf. and Mrs. Henry thmipin. Gone
Swan mid Cecil Catheiwood of Mill
City spent Humbly at Edward iui-
A law SaamHS)
Vi hi Ui far
Dean, Eggs, Live
Car and Trie! or K-cik-tes,
fitneraVn and i;rt-
wg Mo(rs Rop litti
ltt n-inV Rf(nr.
nvl far I'm Hiart Mail
Hi aiasnatua. Quick arrv-
EUdiic Service Auto Co
II Halt at IM ParV A 9th
and Walking a
i? at brtsrf r t J
.'" I , ot
, . ; jy.
Fcsf ."t'd AftT IVort of Trsfir.g
trA I:r proving.
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I . ' im u.a I'awar.
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J. C ENGLISH CXI.
( X Dedik WisUaf EackkKS
f Y5J Sola aa Eair Tarsal.
C- '. f) A MFItkBt. Fa-tlan. On.
rri i MarrhKMi and AUm.
liTonie mid Bewev I'aimenter left lotwe.
hist week for Wyoming where tiny will1 in order Hint a close record may be
work during the summer. ,H't ' "-' ,,,'4tw,'1'
Ben Wilson and Dorv Ward arc v,ork-;Ml- Too has sent out a call to a l
i i ... ii.. ,.,. -captains and workers to report at head-
, In eastern Oregon. , , n Kfl' quarters it 2 o'cl.H'k Monday f.er-'
Misst.eorKie Heerv Jcffe.scn as ,4 receipts and a
a guest tit tue i; A. Kunignn huHU, Sun, . niwllran,,a llf R'()rU dl,m.. U 1h, (,,ft
jlius nlnuwt been reached, it is provable
F. A. Chapman's home was lilted Io:!hllt ttl work mr ,ontinue into next
overflowing 8oml:-y with reiatms B'tlHt,(,N j order Ihst the money way be
friends who partook of the bountiful spent in Hnlem in the erection of i
birthday dinner prepared in honor of liuiUling suitably, for the great Sttlva- j
Mrs. Rose Chapman. Those present , tion tinny work. I
were Mr, and Mrs. Huell, John Ch- j
man of Sheridan aad bis daughter, Mrs. C. Pmvis visited Hilverton and Pratam
Dailiug, and two children from Michi- Inst Friday,
gan, Mr. and Mis. Harbor of Maietu, Mr. i ("arl Johnson has a new Ford,
unit Mrs. (iilhert of Hrooks, Mr. and Tommy Trove has returned fioin Eu
Mis. Maurice Ibjuigiui, Merle Chapman gone.
of Portland, F. A. Chapman aad lam-; Kdanr Jolina,in hsi traded for Cny-
h .. t . ... l.M. , i - i vr.. A r : T,.....n .M4 V
I ilscar i reve IS ooiuu iium vuuii aj-j at r. aim .bis. aaui
i. A. t'hnpman autocd to Port la ad lhur
I (1. tl. Irfvoney and family and Mrs, W. day.
HAS TAKEN THE DRUDGERY OUT OF HOUSEWORK
IT IS SAFE
Every working part is entirely enclosed- Fingers and clothing cannot get
Caught in the Machinery.
IT IS QUIET
The Direct Drive and Compact Construction make the CLARINDA practic
ally noiseless in operation
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TV- Ttt-4- -
uatef I or
Serve ' CreoU Os-oanu'
--tr:r fryi r n ,
Cood Wood makes firm tissue, strong nerves,
steaJy eyes att J clear brain. Keep your bltxxl pure and
full tf healthy, red corpuscles, und your liver active, by
using lk.ee !un' fills, which remove poisonous matters
from the system, assist the stomach to assimilate its
fjod, and the food to nourish the body. A world
f.imous remedy to strengthen the vital organsand help to
M'cs Fiii Hlfiod
Jlaa.ia44Ji.4W A -.Aa a JaaV a Wfc
Directions of Spatial Valna to Wamww at with twrf Bow.
Sold by drttgbta throughout tha world. In baaea, 10c, 23c
Will Not Cet
Out of Order
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4 ' " m-j .'rasBlia"1
Easy to Oil
A FOLDING STEEL TUB-RACK GIVEN FREE WITH THE CLARINDA
The automatic reversible and Swinging Wringer, which can be swung over
either tub by lifting a simple lever, enables you to rinse from the tubs while
other clothes are washing in the machine, for the wringer and washer can be
operated at the same time. Heavy comforters and blankets can be run thru .
the wringer as easily as smaller pieces' for there is ample power for all pur
poses. Sold on trial.
Portland Railway Light