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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, AUGUST IS. 1919.
fAMOUi PL A rt?5 " PWWOUHT
"PAID IN FULL"
( ontiaued fr om page five)
WATK1 Ta rent modern house. W
II. Vrvak, I'Uai Ht. tf
WA.NTKU-T acaaiif- ranch for
home in Salem. J. 11. lihoteu, Day
ton, Or. : S jtf
t)L"N'D package of child's. lotbinjf.
Owuej obtain at Journal by'paving
for ad. S-1S
HIMiI.KK wanted. Sw ('has. Wilmot
t In Xliiiuil bottom I'-i mi. wet frum
Hopmere or Nt. miles from Salem.
Address Oervai, Kt. 2. 8 1
KUR BALK J.adie Harley Davidson
bicycle, almost new. Call at ll.j .N.
fourth .St. Wtweeu C and 8 p. lu. 810
hop pii'.cia wauted, will furnish tents
ur will" alio ,i..l) if you.lurnisa
uwa teut; free tramportnlion frm
station to yard aud return, l'uy $1.S0
per hundred. 1'hoDe Ml') I. Orey i
iJisliop. . ., tf
VAXTKI Xomcoiie with truck or
team to haul about .'10 curds of wood.
. Out about mi in.; cm. II. It. Delluire,
Kt. 3, .Salem, Or. 8 li
FOK K.Vf.K 4 Ions loose hay, Kt class
also White Leghorn hens. 2 miles
east aiylum. 1). A. Terry. 8 IS
FOR SALK One 9 year old Bare,
weight 1100, workj single or double.
i'oo! lorn 2. 8 2i
HOME for sale, 8 rosni bouse, hot wa
ter heat and every convenience, all
kinds of fruit. ;ard'n aud berries.
One acre on pavej streit Bear ear
line. Beautiful grounds, for limited
time price oa reasonable terms.
Phone owner 2410 or call iW3 XUr
ket St. tf
PRUNE orchard for sale, 20 acres
bearing prunes, 10 acres in apples,
pears, K. A. cherries and loganber
ries, up to date drier, good house,
barn, 2 chicken houses, ft miles from
Salem on good road. Must sell on
account of health. Price $14,000,
SWM) cash, balance at 0 percent;
crop to go with place. .1 J care Jour
Do you want to buy a good ranch
.ice suouioan uome
iood residence in lem
5, 10 or 20 improved acreage
liood stock ranch, if so
B 4-U-UuvCll. Or if yoti want to sell
list your prororty with us for results.
Perriue 4 MarBters, 300 Hubbard build
lfc .-.'.Jl i ...f ""31. ' J jjN "itlifc
You See What You Buy Before ray.ng.Buj ing At Home
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process which preserves its
strength and rich flavor
The most economical
coffee you can buy.
Remember Our Guarantee
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fill ftf Prices i4 rm
id NEW BOOKS AT THE CiTV
"American labor ttnd tlie nr, " n
collection of thu nioio Important ad
dresses of the president of the Ameri
can federation of l.ubor delivered dur
ing the wr.r pTiod, by Htnmtel (iinnpeis.
"By Kskiino doK-sled and kuyak,"
tills is the tlinlHn and intensely inter
eMtiiijj story of u inlssionnry ' export
eucea mid udvenlures In l.ubrtidor, by
Dr. H. K. llutten.
"Tlio putli on the Mihbow," tin nn
tliolo)ryf alines and. cliuuls. from tlie
ludiuiis of North America, by tleoii'
VV. ('ii)nyon. ,
"Tim hind r.nd 41i suliUer," the prob
lem of estiiljlishini; tu returmil soldier
on the farm financed by the govern
ment, by Frederic 1'. Howe.
"Nninmiii trolls," a chronicle of wan
derings on the. Jnpsnese high road, by
1. uc is it Swift Ktrtland.
"Rewards and fairies," by Rudyard
"Anchors aweiglt," sketches bring
ing one into intimate touch with the
life of nnvy folk and give colorful bits
of description of picturesque foreign
ports, by Harriet Welles.
'Tin cowrie dnss, a dramatic story
of tlic lost heir to an obscure Ku.t Iu-
iliuii kingdom, by Henry Mi ner Hide
cut. For the Children.
"I.ittio .lean," by Helen Pnwc
"Drnke of troop ono" by I.saljel
Why suiter from these ucrsistent
tortures when it is so easy and
costs so little to do as -thousand
of others have done and get relief
through S. S. H.i It is now well
known that ecietna and other skin
troubles come from impure blood.
By giving the blood a tho"rough
cleansing you not only get sure
and speedy relief but you also
btuld up the system and renew
your vigor and vitality.
IS b;t "AYS oTAKTINU TOMORROW
crPAC,to uu uuy uyuu yy
L) School Suits For '
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I t'I jj required in the making. ( . r
T Place Your Order NOW t, y
I IV' ' Suit will be delivered when ' '
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Hpokiine, Wush., Aiig. 10. Striking
shopmen ami mnc bi n ist of the (ireat
Northern, Norther i Pacific aud the (.
W. K. k N. railroads to the number of
about liKI went buck to work thin
in t i n i n briuging the local railwuy
strike to an end. The vote to return to
work was taken yesterday following re
ceiptH of it telegram from their delegate
nt tin iiUiiiM convention.
Requirements For Service
As Missionary Are Strict
The requirement for missionary serv
ice in South America are greater than
those demanded of the consulur service,
and it is easier to become an officer in
the ii nil v Rr nuvv tliuu to qualify as a
church missionary, declared George I..
Cooper, former V. S. vice consul to Peru
Sunday ntumiug at the first ( In ist inn
Mr. ('ooper, who orin'mully huils frotu
Lincoln, Neb., the home of, William J.
Ilryuii, has recently completed fouf
years n vice consul to Peru. lie is
now located in Stilem.
While the Christian church hud no
missioiiuries in Ppm, he sttid that the
Mi'tli )ilist cluire us well represented
and thnt its iiiinsionurii's were iluiiif
good wbrk teachiii(t our ways of doing
mid especially muking the younger jen
nil ion fi. miliar with the Kngli-.li Inn
Missionaries tire good investnie its
'from the standpoint of business, Mr.
Cooper claimed, (ireat llrituin recog
uir.es this unit, as he said, was one of
( t lie greatest eiportura of missionaries
jof nny country in ithe world. The fug
jlish missionary paved the way for Kiig
li.sh commerce and was doing much to
make the hugltidi kingunge univcisnl. It
is the Knglish Si(;iikiiig missionary in
South America Unit is laying the foun
datioit for future: trade, Mr. Cooper
The work of a missionary in Peru ii
the Hume as that of a missionary iinv-
! where, that of teaching the gospel, the(
English lungnnge, art, music nnd Anier-j
lean rustonis. The. American school at
I.iiiin, tlie capital of Peru, is known as
Ithe Americau high school. Ho asserted:
taat 4X-J students from South Aruencn tion of former Congressman William SI
were either studying aniis-r saiswioasries Kent, California, as a proposal to brirg
or were already attending collegea in ,h ett, lf d ,ha eitT WI, eal
the I mtcd titutea. I . v
The term of , a,iionarr going to tor- rt r,U!r th.
ei.r nn. Mr tr'Jui t,J Another section calls for rweivershii
...... ..a .,..,it,. !.,.,. i. in the public interest when a packer vio-
resuit. the m-siooarr ofte. e-xperiewrd lat',l'e 'na h;th te
k.v.'.:.L.. .(. would operate. The ss"eretarr of t'ri
thoe in the consular service, as the c,1,,ure undf thls corn
..i.., .-..ii !,,. Riaadeer a plant, operate it for the pub
! lice oenclit allow trie pacers.io aeea
redress is court where he would have
an opportunity to air his case fully. The
1 measure is the joint product of long
conference by the federal trade coinnnv
sioo, following its exhaustive investiga
tioa of the packing industry, the Na
tional Consumers league, farmers organ
izations and various senators and mem
bers of congress. Packers will center
their efforts on obtaining radical mod
ification of the bill in the senate com
mittee where they hope to have a mild
er meKure substituted. -
"Kitormous profits are taken out be
fore the figures appearing in advertise
ments are arrived at," C.ilver said.
Profits from ownership of stockyards
run into millions of dollars. Culver de
clared. Control of stockvards and re-.
ofteucr and his term of service was gen
erally ahrter. The caste system pre
vails as much in Pern s in India, Mr.
(Continued from page, one)
iMRS. LEVIS 7
Telli How She Wat Made
the bill to give every assistance and ad'
This section was included on. augges
retain, und 1 am not so sure that inch
a plan would be the safest and best plan
The Keayoa bill, in addition to pro
posing strict regulations of big pack
ers, opens the way for starting coopera
tive packing houses and eold storage
plants of a local ncture.
Any municipality or local organiza
tion is authorized to set up its own
slaughtering and storage house and the
secretary of agriculture is ordered by . frigerator ears are the basis of the eref.t
t .. i.:n . : i j , .- . . . . n
anvauinge tne Dig pacaers have over
their smaller competitors, he asserted.
" Refrigerator cars are part of the
equipment of the common carriers and
should not be owned by the dominant
ft.ctnrs in the business they are sup
posed to serve," Colver declared today.
"We found the five great meat pack
ing corporations control the meat pack
ing industry of the country," declared
j Colver, referring to the commission's
.u. Bugaiion ui me pacaiitg ousiuess.
There arc many independent packers.
he said, but they exist on sufferance.
"These bills arc immeasurably useful,
as being the foundation for the inquiry
about to begin," Colver said. He then
reiewed the results of the trade com
"We found a livestock pool," he de
clared. "If the supply of animals is
purchased on a percentage' basis, there
can't be competition any time after that
"They may stage a show of competi
tion but there cannot be a Btrugglc for
business as to volume when the amount
of the commodity to be sold is to be rig-
i tiiteit on a percentage business."
The five big packers are taking mil-!
lions of dollars in hidden profits through
ownership of stockyards, William B. j
Colver of the federal trade commission
told the committee. ' I
Kiiormous profits of packer controlled (
stockyards, including feeding clinrges;
and pen rent, roll into coffers of the!
big packers before the cnttle reach the1
slaughter houses, he explained. i
Puckers fail to include these earnings;
in statements slmwiji one cent a pound
profit on meat, Colver declared, this
figure being based only on the gross
price paid to livestock men for their
cnttle. Profits on packer owned cattle
loan banks are also silently reaped by;
the "big five," he stated.
haa the genuine
"nature" flavor un
impaired by chemical
treatment, blending or'
adulteration of any
It a nutritious, pal
table and easily di
gested. Ask for PIEDMONT
I The food oft with .
the nut flavor
Brooklyn, N. Y.. "For one ye I
to miserable from displacement.
wnicli caused a gen
eral run-down con
dition with bead
aches and pain is
my aide. My sister
induced me to try
Lydia E. Pink bain 's
pound. I found it
helped me very
much and aoch a
splendid tonic that
I . am recommend
ing it to any woman
wo o h a s similar-
troubles." Mrs. Elsie G. Lewcj, U
Vernon Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. .
Such condition! aa Mrs. Lewis suf
fered from may be caused bja fall or
a general weakened run-down condition
of the system, and the most successful
remedy to lestore strength to rmrscles
and tissue and bring about a normal
healthy condition has proved to be this
famous root and herb medicine, Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If you have disturbing symptoms you
do not understand write Lydia E. Pink
bam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The
result of their i') years experience is at
your sen ;; j.
This is the basis of the advantage
large packers have over smaller competi
tors, Colver explained.
Profits cannot be eliminated on the
basis of a pound of meat, because meat
can be sold at a loss and the business
m "' Mu.K.r a IV, Inc.
says Dostor Connor formerly of Johns
llcpkius hospital. Thousands of mea
suffering from fatal diseases would bs
in perfect health todny were it not for
die deadly drug Nicotine. Stop the
habit now" before it 's too late. It 'a a
simple process to rid yourself of tke
tobacco habit in any form. Just go to
any up to date drug store and get some
Nicotol tablets; take them as directed
Snd lo; the pernicious habit quickly
vanishes. Druggists refund the money
if they fail. Bo sure to read large and
interesting announcement by Doetor
Connor soon to appear in this papas.
It tells of the danger of nicotine pois
oning and how to avoid it. In the mean
time try Nicotol tablets; yon will bs
surprised at the result. D, J. Pry.
Fiery Itching and Burning of
c . SHJp. h a MostCruel Torture
Sura Speedy Kelief in S. S. S.I lhis good medicine has stood
" I II . U I. . n . .IB.. twWU
ihe test of 50 vear at the irreates
blood purifier known. It guar
anteed entirely free fromiminerals
of any kind.
The experience of other ha
established the unfailing merits of
S. S. S., atid there's no question
about tne wisdom of your giving it
a thorough trial. All reputable
druggists sell it. If in doubt as to
your case write to Medical
visor, Swift Specific Co, Dept
All Shoes Will Be Higher Next Month
We are going to protect our.customers against the almost daily raises with
our immense stock bought in advance of these numerous raises. If you want to
participate in this great money-saving event get your shoes now for the entire
winter as shoes will not be cheaper under two years and will be much higher
before the end of that time. We are turning out hundreds of pair of shoes
each week and we would advise an early purchase if you want to get these
high eraae snoes at reasonable prices. i
Expert foor specialist always in attendance.
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Witch Elk Boots
Bail Band Boots
Wizard Foot Appliances
Next lo bid & Bush Bask, 326 State Street
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