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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY. JULY 7, 1919.
Mrs. Courtney Tell How She
Waa Cured by Lydia E.
Oskakxw. low." For year I vu
imply in misery from weakness and
awiul pain and
nothing seemed to
do m any good, a
friend advised m
to take Lydia E.
table Compound. I
did ao and got re
lief right away. I
can certainly re
commend thia valu
able medicine to
other women who
suffer, for it bai
dene such rood
work for me and 1 knew it will help
ether if they will give it a fair trial."
Mrt. Lizas Cocrtnet, 108 bin Ave.,
West, Oskaloosa. Iowa.
Why will women drag along from day
to day, year in and year out, suffering
uck misery aa did Mrs. Courtney, when
such letter m this are continually being
published. Kvery woman who suffer
from displacement, irregularitiea, in
flammation, ulceration, backache, ner
vousness, or who it passing through tne
Change of Life should give thin famous
CHARGE that fight
WAS FAXED REFUTED
FiiOadebhia Sport Editor's
Accusation Called By
STATE HOUSE NEWS
Toledo, Ohio, Julr 7. (Vailed Treas)
Insinuations mmle by William II. Ro-
rap, of the Philadelphia Public Ltdger,
that there woi collusion between Pro
moter Tea Ritkard and Joss 'iVillard on
Ir.at Friday's title bout were investi
gated by the Toledo Boxing eo;tiaiissio
F.very member of the commission saw
Jack Dempsey win the title and ridi
culed the Kurap statement. l.'iAnrd
was present a ad offered to &ivt the
board the authority to look into ivery
wove he bus made In eonnectior with
atagi-ig the show. -
The commission voted confidence la
Kickurd when it pawJ tbooi icolu-
Whereas, the Toledo Boxing eom-
mission is of the opiuiun thut the Will
srd Detnjigey boxing match was in ev
ery way regular and legitimate A t
every wav wjuuroly and honorably con
ducted Iv the promoter. Tex liickard.
root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink- .the participants, Jess Willnrd and Jack'
ham Vegetable Compound, trial. For irvmpsev, and all eoucerned, and I
S,"'"'.!?! "Whereas, one WUlian, H. Koenp,
r . . L lie Ledger, has xprrsod liifciftucvR of1
cuii (131 ii u urmiTU 1115 pruoniicr, ihz
scons mis news
('aiital Jiiurnnl vSpecial Service)
Scolts Mills, July 7, The Huncluy
arhuol contest which has been on for
some time at the Friend Sunday school
-losed hint week with a picnic given
Richard, and one of the pnrln.iv,onts,
Jess Willard, and the Toledo Uoxlng
commission la unuble to find unv evi
dence whatever of such collusion, jow,
therefore be it
"Hesolved by the Toledo Hosing
I'Oiiiuii-wioii that snid William II. ltocsp
my me- losing sum to tue winners. Aibe notified to present all proors, if anv
bounteous lunch was served consisting 1 , has, to this eoniiiiiwlon wuiii.i one
of ice erram an I nil tlint goes with a,,1k nr for,.vl.r M,ld hi, ,,ence."
good picnic dinner. The un.luy school Jll(,k p,.mpil(.T in ,n Cincinnati tmlnv.
ha 'been greatly helped by the friend Wi,urj who i ,Q m()or Wk u ,.
',"' ,",e,", renee, Kan., will start either tonight or
David Iletuno snl Alden While ac
votiipanicd by several parties from ia
lc in, inntoreii to Hockaway beach last
week where they expert to remain for
Mr. and Mrs, Taylor, neenui panted
by Mr. and Mrs. Harris unj Mr. Harris
mother, motored to Mt. Augel lust
Moinliy, Mother HarrU took the train
for her home in tlrccnlcaf, Iilnlio.
Mrs. K. W. Hnrlholemew is visiting
in Portland and nlso will spend a few
Inys at Hockiiwnv beach where they
Lave a milage.
Mr. and Mrs. Kieh have sold their
In rue farm in Dakota .but reserved this
year's crop. Their son Amnion started
to their home yesterday to help harvest
Mrs. J. K. 'unison j( quite ick. Hhe
is under the care of Dr. Wright man of
After long delay auj tone radical
changes ia oiaaixatioa, tie biad of
the Tec! iriigaiioa project, ia UuistiUa
county, hive ieea rertlfird itr the
state land &oard, and work upoa the
sysreui, which is one of the moat im
portant ia the rate, will beia at
once. The project covers IC.Od acre
and lb district hat i-jued bonds for
the amount of ti'M.OOH for the ob
strutiua work, wiuck includes 17 miles
of flume and two aiiles of tunnel. For
its water supply the district will di
vert sevArai email utreams into Butler
creek, through which the water will
be carried for 35 miles to tha land
which lies ia the vicinity of Kens. ,
Ainoug the new orgsnizatioas to be
listed t the tute hou-e, this week ia
the baleia Aero club, which starts upoa
it career with 12 charter members,
heeded iby Governor Olcott. The organ
iativu will b effiliated with and will
eooperate. with the itaoa Aero club,
of l'itland, au the ifuifcheraace of
aviation interests ia Oregon. Its pri
mary work will 4 to secure flying
fields and Hmlin sites ia the Willam
ette valley. This is the first club te
be oiginir.ed in the state outside of
I'yrtlanil. The list of charter memberi
are as follows: ovftrnor Xcott, P. E.
Kullerton, It. O. Knelling. A. 0. Hart
man, Wm. McOilchrist, D. W. Eyre, S.
IV Kltiott, 11is-i. K. Knowland. Oliver
Meyers. K T. -.Smith, T. E. AloOronkey,
K. O. Hansen.
(( spitiil Journal Hpcciul Sen ire.)
Ihillas, tr., July 7. H. 8. Bond, the
new agent for the Dullus stiitlon o the
Southern Pncific ruilwny appuinied to
take the place of I. N. Woods who died
several months ago, M-siiined iiis duties
nt the local office this Week, relieving
1'eter Nelson who linn been acting tgent
since the dentb of Mr. Woodu. Mr.
Bond was formerly agent at Monroe,
Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl f. flravct and fam
ily have moved from this city to Wood
burn where. Mr. Oravea is iutct'c ted in
a cannery with his brother, Kuy Uraves.
Mr. Uraves resigned his position as
A uiiml.er of people of this place county assosnor lust mouth, his inter-
wpent the 4th of July at Muruuain. Aa'"t in the canning company taking up
all day mow ns held rtiere Jy the
pustor and Hev. Owens of Seattle. At
noon there was picnic dinner at 111
hull. All in attendiiuce hod a good time.
The revivul iiiieeliuir at Maruuitiu is
still going on. hVv. Owen in charge'
ml Mis Uertriiile Cook of l'ortlaud
ui'Kiiniat and lender in singing.
wiw town was almost tteserttil on
OImouko T. (i. Deakins, of Tatter
sin, -N. ,1., will .be. hi own detective.
' ' lou 't look for the man who shot
me," ha asked. "When 1 get out of
this hmpitnl I'll get him myself."
New Vork Among 2000 suicides in
the United States reported to the 8ave-
Life Leaguo in the last six months
I Sere were 171! boys and giii'U.
New Yoi'k,M orders are costing the
state more, it must -pay $100 per elec
trocution t King Sing instead of the
Knnsas .'ity, Mo, While, most prifi
os advance, religion is getting elieupor.
A Urand avenue book store displays a
siijn: "Twenty percent reduction on all
much of his time that he found is im
practicable to hold down too ninny posi
tions. The Uraves have a lurgo circle
ikf fliiitl.la ill tlilu iillV Ullin Ira PV '
to see them leave for their r,jw p!uc
Circuit Judge Hurry H, Beit of this
city lm been in I'urtluiul tho piut two
.he 4th." T..;. ".: :,f ;h; ,i. ;oi;iwwh;w'1"11 -un1, rr,''
:.i 1 1 " i ,'ioii't for M II II noun It enmity nhtle lliu
1o either Hiileui or Silvertoii,
The funeral of Henry iSluley was con
doited by Mr. Iliirrin and Interment
was in Soclls Mills cemoteay.
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court for Multiioiimh coiin.t while the
hitter is tukiug a vncutiou. Jii'l'o licit
ret hi ned to Dullus the firnt of the neek
and with his family left for a icvcial
Inys outing at tho Tillumook louuty
Mrs. Conrad' strafrin and Mrs. Ids
Mansion were Cupital city bnainojs vis
itors the first of the week.
llii Hniuuel Orr of I'm I i., ml In a
guest at the home of her sou, Sheriff
John W. Orr.
Lynn Nesmith of Hnlcin
friends in Dallas, Friday.
M. 1.. Thompson, W, II. 1!
In;. Mehrliiig, three proniinc
business men were Dullus
Mr. ami Mis. I.vnu Muth.ucy mid
huliy of I'ortlund me guesls i.f Dallas
felntives tor a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Volheim of l'utf
land are guests at the home of Mid, Yil
heiiu's sister, Mrs, J. C. Cglow on I ,iurt
si root .
K. lr. Kteeliiuist of Albouv. district
Des Moiues, Iowa "What kind of a
joint is this?" ashed a discharged sol
dier, discovering that while he was
bathing someone-took his I). V, D's,
$110 in cash and his girl.
St, linis Hnuiej- Miller and his wife
formerly Miss Helen Hughes of Jack
swn. Ohio, honeymooned in inil todnv.
They were charged with stealing an au-
i i . i. . . . . . ,
luniiNMie 10 imaive uin return irimi ineir
Wasliingion While Walter Donovan
was placed in a cell for robbery, a
thief entered the police itntion and
stole hi bicycle.
Cousti,atioii causes headaches, aul
low color, dull, sickly eyes you feel
out of sorts all over, oHllistor Jiocky
Mountain Tea Will banish constipation
regulate your bowels, purify your stom
ach. You'll feel better all over. D. J.
Get a Full Set if You Use Jiffy-Jell
far a JBr- JmM SssW er W IW
Jiffy-Jell it fr Jad a well a (ear iMerti. And w )ff
thu 54-ceat dutavaum nold fer mm ia amakiag
Use Lime Jiffy-Jell for wlasit. ck sickate cvntaina
a bottle of lime-fruit essence, sealed. Asiied to Jiffy-Jell
it makes a tart, green salad jell.
Some serve it with the salad as a xeetf ul garnish. Some
mix the salad into the jell while cooling. With cooked or
uncooked vegetables this makes a salad loaf.
A meat loaf is made by mixing in neat scrape. This
ives you meat in aspic an ideal summer cold dish.
We Supply the Mold
Pint Mold, Style D, serves a full package of Lime
Jiffy-Jell with the salad or meat mixed in. It makes a flat
f loaf with six indentations to mark six individual servings.
Send us five end labels from Jiffy-Jell ,
packages the end labels naming the
flavor and we'll send you this aluminum
Mint Jiffy-Jell contains a vial of mint
It makes a garnish jell, far better than
mint sauce, to serve with cold meats or
A Smi Stt iW JHfy.Mi MLrim IWti
V' anw '
A H Flmnn at
Ft DawMrfs ami SmlaJ$
a i cauat ejft These aluminum melds come
, aaMitif sryfeo, valued at 10 cents each.
Scad us five end IsacU from Jiffy-Jell packages the
oad label aamiag the flavor and w will send the
Lanojs5Ty aad PineapaW are two dessert flavors
which we particularly wast you to try. They are flavors
which must be sealed to keep. So they were impossible
in old-style gelatine desserts.
In Jiffy-Jell the fruit-juice essence comes in liquid form,
in vials. So with all fruit flavors. There is a wealth
the real-fruit flavor, coadensed from the fruit itself.
Include Loganberry, Pineapple, Lime and Mint in your
purchase of Jiffy-Jell. Learn the delights of these liquid
flavors. They have won millions of housewives to
Pint Dessert Molds Free
At the bottom we picture two aluminum pint
molds. Each serve a full package of Jiffy-J ell.
They are valued at SO cent etch.
: i;l.' H'l'irl nJ-- A au I
Our Vet S4ar-ShapmJ Mold
Ten FUrors in Glass Vitls
A Bttt as Cat fmctrnf
Mint Lioae Lasaaoa
rarattsttM rrl4M fm inim
Strawberry naeeppte Oraag
Raspberry C berry Logaoberrr
Aleo Cesffe Flavor
Two Fockfts for 2$ Cents
Send us fivt end label from Jiffy-Jell pack
age the end labels naming the flavor and
we will tend either mold you want Or, if yos
prefer, tend a racer's talc slip shewing a 4
Send them to a with the coupon below, ctat
Ing the molda you want Cut out the entire
of er to you won't forget
JiffyJoU, Waukesha, Wis. '
MA II TU1C -
raukeiha, Wi. W
I enclose cad label naming the flavor,
for which tend the mold I check.
Salad Mold, Style D.
Pint Meld, Style H.
Pint Mold, Style E.
Six Individual Mold.
Pint Mold-Sty l-E
Srv m Full Package Jiffy. Jmt
Capital Journal Want Ads Bring Results
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the Idea Nu.ionale ami troops weio fir
i orr the lawless elements.
hlrikes were declared at Arez.:o, Pe
rugia, Aosln. Viihin, I'isn, I'rato, Pui
iiieio, Terlie nnd (irossette. At Flor
erne I lie soinlisis culled off the jjon
fin I stiike vevterilay, Hiots wem re
ported from Meldoldn ifnit I'rrdti 'pio.
At Colli it wa estiinated .tiiut uier
rhnudise valued r.t t,'(M million funics
was removed from sloies.
Troops nt Ai nil occupied the cham
ber of Inlior; orderinij the pii feet lo ve
ipiisnion the fo.idstulfs in eAor; town
in his jiirisiitietidn. Women nnd sol
diets nt licojiorn roiubiiieil in l.mting II
Mayor Appollinl of Rome, according manager fur the Mountain tsintos 1'ow-
to the Tempo-, will cut food priu't in er company, was a recent Dullus UMor.
hslfto prevent the plundering of shops. Mr. Steelipiist wns formerly inflnnner of
The cabinet has decided to throw on th the Dallas nnd Independence ntfiCiS.
market a large quantity of f rosea meat Mr. ami Mrs. tlernld Volk of 8:ilem
weru Dallas visitor this we.k. The
Volk were formerly Dallas tisidents,
Mr. Vslk at one time being one of the
editors f the Volk County Otoo-rver.
Mrs. J. K. Harris nnd little son re
turned thia week from a several week's
visit at the home of her pan ills, Mr.
and Mrs, I'eler Uieonwood in Seattle.
Mr, nnd Mrs. H, K. Willinnij ami .'hi!
dta of 1'oitland spent Hie Fuuuii ut the
home of her sister, Mrs. Fthei iVooda on
William Hoydston of l'oi:!.ied 1
spending few days ut the ho.ne of his
patents, Mr. sud Mrs. James l!ordMo
(lest of the eitv
which will be sold at 50 cent a pound.
a littU ny,
- - .. ST
Only )l ccntjtr a cup
of line rich inviiroratinfr
If you couKl have
everything else as good
for so little money, the
' h igh cost of 1 i ing" wouKl
be out of date.
Schilling Tea is the fine
practical economical tea t f
There are four Havers f S. Iil'lirg
Tea Japan, Ceylon-Indis. Onkmr,
E-."!ish Jiff.ikf.wt. AH one quality. In
par hmti. lined Tri'iitt!ie pri'!'i3i sac?.
- At io e:t e 1 1) br'
A Si fulfill ? I'n Siii 'iiirn'sfn
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IT'S TO BE A
IG PARTY, AND
YOU'RE TO BE HERE
Scolts Mills Man Found
m Clothes Burned Off
(Capital Join nal Hporiul Se.-. ice.)
Scot Is Mills, Or., July 7. Wi;h all of
his rollhes ( Xi-ept his shoes bur.d from
his body the remains of Osi-ai rn.ther,
nightnatchman at the (ieigei n.ill jnt
outh of Scotts Mills, were i'oua.l early
on the morning of July 4 near the
bur .insf swilitt pile of the n,:!1.
(t is be'iovo.l that I'rnther. who was
siibjei't to epilepsy, suffered a sudden
nttn k as he was stand, rg on li e V
t)f tlie Imr-itng samlnst ilii'i . i.nd fell
T!h f tins'? a! ui lu'U! fii Ut uuAox
!:;k;n !ftr'.r Sih-fton Nil ubiv , nft
irnoofif i " t tr iMnt U'ing in
('"nnrv it nl J:i.'. ,
Salem's a Good Place to Track
me show start
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