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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1919.
IF B RI-DOWN OR.
NERVOUS, TRY PHOSPHATE
Jfotfain Like Plain Bitro-Pnosphata to
Fat on Firm, Healthy Flesh nd
to lucre SUsiigta, Vigo
and Nerve Force
Whea one stops to consider the host
f thin people who are searching eoa-
tiauaily for some method by whiefi
they may increase their flesh to normal
proportion by th filling out of ugly
hollows, tho rounding off of protruding
aneles with tho atteudaat bloom of
health and attractiveness is ao won
der that many and varied suggestions
long tliia line appear from time to
time ia pubiis print.
While excessive thinness wight be
attributed to various and subtle cause!
ia different individuals it ia well
known fart that the lack of sufficient
pkoofhiron ia the human ' e a ii
very largely responsible for this eun
diti'.'a. Esperiments on human and
animal by many aeicntisti have dem
onstrated beyond question of dnubt
that a body"dficient in hoshurons
become nervous, sickly and thin. A
B!ed author and professor in his
book "Chemistry and Food Nutrition'
published in 11HS, says: " that
the amount of phovphorouc required
for the normal nutrition of man ia seri
ously underestimated in many of our
standard text books,"
It seems to be well established that
this deficiency in phosphorous may now
be met by the us of an organic phos
phate known throughout English speak
ing countriea as Bitro-l'hosihnte
Through the assimilation of this phos
phate by the nerve tissue the phos
phoric content when absorbed in the
amount normally required by nature
soon produces a welcome change in our
body and mind. Nerve tension disap
pears, vigor and strength replace
weaknesa and lask of energy, and the
whole body soon lose ita ugly hnlluws
and abrupt angle, becoming enveloped
ia a glow of perfect health and beauty
and the wilt and strength to be up and
CACTION While Bitro Fhoophats
ia unsurpassed for the relief of nerv
ousness, general dnbiliry, et., those
taking it who do not dejrire to put oa
flesh should use eitrn care in avoiding
ISt producing food.
Our soldiers always pick out tbe
plump, rosy cheeked girls.
By Gertrude Bobiaoa
At the eeasido too, the plump well
rounded figure is most admired.
nEO. U.S. PAT. OFF.
C 1- i,u.iu..l..4tsTX-..iJjrr
I'o the nun who is oa hii feet all day
a more comfortable hoe was never made.
Hence the widespread popularity of the
Hues hecht Army Shot among business and
. professiona! men, ports men, outdoor work
ers, miners, farmers, mechanirs, etc. A
good, practical Shoe for tvryJay wear!
Built for comfort and service built for
you I Remtmber the name Buckhkcht
stamped on every shoe for your protection.
", Get a Pair today!
457 BUta St., Balem, Ore,
BUCKINGHAM k HECHT
Manufacturers Ban Francisco
MAHOGANY CALF Oa
INDIAN TAN CALK
Former Oregon Stockman
Decorated For War Work
Bon (Francisco, July 17. Major J).
O. Liveeley, noted in the livestock
world anil formerly eonuerted with the
Tortliind t'nion atoekvardtt, has tiecn
I '.J? Wash with weak eolu
t lion of blue atone or
w lime water, dry thor
oughly, follow with light appli
es lion of
iWorated with the Order of St. Stan
islaus "with swords by the governor
general of northern Russia, aecordiug
to wonl received by the Pacific, divis
ion uf the Hed Cross today. Tho deenrn
tion was In appreciation of his work
in distributing foodstuffs among war
I.ivesley was director of the live
stock exhibit at the Panama-Pacif ie
International exposition hero. Ha went
to Archangel in August 19IS with a
shipload of foodstuffs.
Tho Applo Growers' association of
Hood Hiver expect to ship eight car
'otids of cherries to Minneapolis.
!$$$ Keep Them Home $$$
rslS&Vl, and ia groups, the beys
with the golden stripe are eommg
home. PaiJv from Brest aad at,
X'axaire the gri-st grey ships pot eat
to sea with their precious cargoes
"daily at HobokeB and Newport -News
the painted vessels surrender their
olive arao iobus aim reiuta
The patha across the ocean are kept
smooth and straight by the passing- of
the endlesa caravans. With a rapidity
that is record breaking, in spite of the
fact that, for those who are waithig
still, the time drags by at a snail I
pace, demobilization ia taking place.
One by one, or in groups ot two- or
three the Salem boys are returning.
Tor the countries in which- they travel-
1. the ancient and historic plaeea they
have seen, they have a great deal to
sav. The sights of Paris, the wonder
of Versailles, the beautiful chateaux of
Prance even the towered eastlea and
fortresses above the Hhlne, eome In
for their share of praise. But for the
Jeed thev performed the feelings they
experienced, the thoughts that robbed
their nights of sleep or filled them wita
ilreams of the past and future of all
the thinjtS that we cannot find in his
tories and geographies, they say noth
ing. Perhaps the day will eome, in the
vears ahead when the remembrances
'of the years of 1917 and 191S will
cease to be synononious with grief and
horror, and they will tell us the things
we want the most to hear. I t'til then,
we know thnt by reason of their very
silence they have been heroes all.
One of the latest arrivals from over
seas ia Captain John .1. Elliott who is
at Present awaiting his discharge at
Vamp l'wis. Tuesday, when he passed
through Portland on his way north, his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Klliott,
spent the day in the metropolis with
Mrs. Ben V. Olcott is the house
guest of her sister, Mrs. Oswald West,
at Keola beach.
Edith "arter Kuney, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. O. 0. Kuney has returned
from 8uokan and will spend the sum
mer with her parents at their homo on
South lilh street. Misa Kuney, who if
well and very favorably known in Sa
lem has been head of tho Hpanish de
partment of tho Lewis and Clark high
school in Spokane and will return in
tho same capacity next year. At pres
ent she is in Portland and will bring
home with her ns her guest, her sUter,.
Mrs. 1!. II. Ashley and small son Karl,
who will stay for a visit of Indefinite
Among the Halem women who are
attending the aynodical meeting of the
misaionary societies of tho Jresbyterian
church which ia being held in Kugene,
are Mrs. Thomas 8. Anderson and Mrs.
1'harlea A. P'ark.
That the University of Oregon will
be able to start building the proposed
woman's building this summer seems
assured. The Iward of regents has do
eided that the building can not be
started until the first $00,000 baa been
raised, this to be matched by another
30,000 by the state. Of the first 50,
000, President Campbell and Mrs.
Ueorge T. tlerlinger, regent of the uni
versity and head of the building cam
paign, estimnte 46,000 has been raised.
It ia planned to make the effort to
raise the remaining $4000 by August 1,
when it is hoped thnt the contract for
the shell of the building may be let.
Frienda of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Vinyard
(Alia i'attersou) will be pleased to
learn that they-have returned from
their wed'ling trip and are in Balem
for a short time Before going to Port
land to make their permanent borne.
Immediately lifter their wedd.ng, which
was one of the prettiest affairs of
early June, the young couple left for
an extended tour of tile far north.
Among tho most beautiful aighta they
saw in Alaska was Tuku, glacier, and
a pictiirewpio and plcaxatit trip was
taken to hkagway over the Yukon and
Wbito Paa rnilwny.
Heel .bi Diseases
a big package of
weighing over a pound, net.
What are you paying for
It is unnecessary for yoo to suffer
and similar siaa troubles. 2fo tl
tattled at any drug store for iic, cr
$1.00 for extra larp; bcttk, and prompt
ly applied will usually give instant relief
from itching torture It ckanses and
soothes the skin and heals quickly and
effectively most iXxa diseases,
Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating
disappearing liquid end is toothing to
the most delicate skin. It is not greasy,
is easily applied and costs little. Get
it today and save all further distress.
The E. W. Rose Co, Cisvetaod, O.
Mrs. J. A. Sell mood and Mrs. Henrv
Eari will serve as hostesses for the
woman siixilinrv nf St. Plant's l.ar-
ish, -Friday. July 17 at 2:30 n. m. at !
the home of the former, 4o5 North
i ront street.
Mrs. Mattie M. Sleeth, state presi
dent of the Oregon Women 'a Christian
Temperance Union, left yesterday for
an extended trip in the interast of the
jutulee drive, and general work of the
union. She will speak in Riddle, Med-
lord, Central 1 oint and at the Ashland
chautauqua and then go to Klamath '
talis. On her return she will fill dates
at Kugene, Gardiner, Myrtle Point,
I owers, Ban don, MarshficU, Coquille
aud -N'orlh Bend.
After visiting for several weeks at
the B. E. Carrier residence, Mrs. Nolson
Carrier has. returned to her home in
Mrs. Harry Moir has returned from
a two weeks vacation in Seattle.
Misa lna Btumgartner who has
been visiting friends in Host burg is
Mrs. Burns' Letter
Here is a letter that is certain to
prove of interest to people in this vi
cinity, aa casea of this sort occur in
almost every neighborhood, and people
should know what to do in like cir
ttavannah, Mo., Oct. 12, 1916.
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain 'a
Colic and Diarrhoea Bcmedy about nine
years ago and it cured me of flux (dys
entery.) I had another attack of the
sama complaint some three or four
years ago and a few doses of this rem
edy cured me, I have recommended
(liamberlnin'a Colis and Diarrhoea
Remedy to dozens of people ainca I
first used it."
Compromise Expected To
Settle Strike In Mices
Biltte. Mont., July 17 (TTnited Press)
President Cornelius F. Kcily of the
Anaconda Copper Mining company has
offered a compromise wage iucrease of
1 a day to all the employes of the com
pany s mines.
If the workers accept the offer, un
derground miners will roeeivo $j.7S per
day. Other crafts will be paid a pro
portionately higher wage.
It is bnlieved the offer will be accept
ed by the trtiiant and a general strike
TO HAKE HAJR WAVY
AND CURLY IN ONE NIGHT
Someone has made the discovery
that simply applying liquid silmerine
with a elean tooth brash will actually
make straight hair beautifully curly
over night I Tho liquid, which is of
Course perfectly harmless, has tho pe
culiar property of drying in pretty
waves, creases and ringlets. It also
serves aa a splendid dressing, keeping
the hair delightfully soft and glossy.
A few ounces of iiauid silmerine ob
tainable at any drug store, will keep
the hair curly for weeks. It is neither
sticky nor grtnwiy, but quite pleasant
to nse. It produces a curliness which
ia tho nearest thing to "Nature's
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Btayton, Or., July 17. Mrs. Elixa
Taylor and baby have gone for a visit
with, relatives ia Portland. They will
also visit Taroma, Heattle and Victoria,
B. C, before returning.
Mr. Stewart and wife of Lincoln,
Nebraska, have been visiting at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Mayo.
Mr. Htewart is a largo storkuoider in
the Farmers & Merchants bank. Sun
day, in company with K. B. Day and
family of Albany and 8. C. Rtewart and
daughter of Lebanon they motored to
the Taylor grove.
Miss Gladys Ilammaa has gone to
Salem, where she will attend business
j Mrs. J. r. Wilbur has retuined home
I from an extended visit with relatives
! in Berkeley and other California towns.
I Ed Haminan and family hhve moved
here from Turner and are eseupying the
The Wa hi and Waluga cliius, of th
Waldo Hills, held a picnic at t lie Taylor
grove on the Little North ioik 8un
dav. There were about 100 automobiles
on the grou id and more then 30O peo
ple. They visited, sang partiotie songs.
warn ,and enjoyed themselves generally.
George A. Smith has bee a sending out
considerable literature telling oi the ad
vantages of Wtsvton to inquiring per
sons in the eastern states. Mr. Smith
has transferred a number f pietes of
property the ptst few months, and ex
pects to bring a number tf people to
this place before the end of t.ie year.
J. P. Davie has been ot the lit of
sirk but ia reported improving.
Pita Down, who has been visiting
here, has returned t9 Hoskins, Ore.
Edward Hell ia off duty at the lank
for a short vacation and is visiting ia
Mrs. E. C. Caldwell ia visiting her
Are You Progressive?
Do you prefer to go along in the same old rut for years and years?
Many people do not realize what a rut they had drifted into until they
get an electric washing machine and find what a labor-saver and blessing it is.
Ask any one who has an ehctric washer if they think- it is worth its cost.
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER CO.
son, Willis, in Brownsville.
Mrs. Gladys Hosford Groth is visit
ing friends in town.
Mrs. J. A. Hendershoot 18 nomo from
a week's visit with Hslem relatives.
Tom Smith and J. B. Gardner are up
uear Detroit after wild blackberries.
(au,SwI mo.ij psnntiun;))
with 1096 acres, planted this year as
follows: Winter wheat 35 acres, spring
wheat 45, oats 200, barley 60, rye 35,
corn 100, elover 3, other hay cropa 133,
potatoes 10, other crops 7,. 10 acres sn
non-bearing apples, cherries Ha acres,
one-half acre of non-bearing pears, 4
acres prunes with 1 acres non bear
ing, one-half acre in walnuts, one-fourth
acre in loganberries and ene-fourta acre
in strawberries. .
Other large farmers-in this Mt. Angel
district are Henry Kirsrh liO acrea,
Joseph Hpraner 122 acres, Fred Uphoff
210 acres, O. T. Hook 159, Marion Tal-
mer 2.'.5, Chas. Ertlett 158, Frank Dnda
154 and Jacob Wormer 290. In general,
the farms are small.
The Rilverton district was assessed by
A. 8. Ulvin. It extends four miles west
and six miles east of Bilverton in town
ship 6 south of range . 1 west, ana a
few sections in range 1 east. There are
10,703 acrea in this district.
Winter wheat is the big crop'aroaad
flilverton, with 1828 acres, or 18 per
cent of the acreage. The next largest
crop, oats, hat but 1248 acres, or little
over 11 per- eent. There is 487 acres i
corn, 49 in hops and 59 acres in rye.
There are more fruit trees in the 811-
vrrton district than around Mt. Angel.
In the 10,703 acres in the Silverton dis
trict there are 96 acres in bearing ap
ples, 8 acres non-bearing, 9 acres in
cherries, 23 in peaches with 13 acres
non-bearing and 6 acres in pears. While
there in only 19 acres in prune in the
GrowWIiea! in Western Canada
One Crop OHen Pays for fee land
Larue orofiu are assured. lou can buy on easy payment term W
Fertile Land at $15 to $30 per Acre 4
land similar to that which through many years has averageo irom su ra : y
bushels of wheat to the acre. Hundreds ot cases are on recora wnere in wen a f ;
H Canada a sinule crop tu paid the cost of land and production. 1 lie uovern- y
Fl .l.- n r w.. M.r.;t.,k s.ltntrhwan ami Alberta want
shwh. i ussmuj.ii '"mi aswa."1 "
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greatest aavsntaaes to home seekers. ' 1 JS
You can buy on easy payment terms, s'
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Grain Growing and Stock Ralsing.t;r
ThomtiWMternCsnsdanrTera land atsuch tawflaures, the blah
prices of Brain, cattle, sheep and boss will remain.
Loans for the purchase of stock may be had at low interest;
iWo art a-nari ahinninff facilities: best of markets: free schools:
churches; splendid climate; low taxation (none on improvements),
for particular aa to location of laada for aala. ar. Illtwtratrd lltaraton,
mjuoaof nMwar ". ,u- afP'' to toot of Imoustatiaa, UtUwa, ban., or
I L. forts, Cor. 1st usi Peal Its, Sftkim, Ntth.
Mt. Angel district, in the Silverton sec
tion there are 93 acres already bearing
with 63 acres coming on. It walnuts
there arc 9 acres with 14 acres eowing.
The Mt. Angel district has six acres in
loganberries whilo the Silverton district
of about the same size has 8 acres of
lugans In bearing.
Chamberlain 'a Tablets
These tablets are intended especial
ly fsr stomaeh troubles, biliousness and
constipation. If you have any troubles
of this sort, give them a trial find renl
1m for yourself whnt a first elMs med
leine will do for yon. They only cost a
Not A Blerrm
mart the perfect
appearance of her com
and temporary skin
troubles are effectively
concealed. Reduces un
natural color and corrects
greasy skins. Highly antiseptic,
used with beneficial results as
a curative syent for 70 years.
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Prince Albert ia a pippm of a pipe-pal; rolled Into a cigarette it
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