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THEY HAD TO SEND
1DEST AND BEST
Time Make No Mistakes
We have never claimed that S. S. 8.
was a medicine to work wonders, nor
r -ene that would cure every physical ail
. ment or disorder. More than fifty years
ago it was placed on the marked and
recommended as a blood purifior, and
today, after a" long and successful ca
reer, and when its use hag 'become al-
moat universal,, only the same honest
; claim ,i made for it that it will re
, licve those diseases and disorders aris
ing from an impoverished condition of
' tho blood. Time makes no mistakes, and
the very best recommendation of S. S.
fi. is the fact that it hat stood a long!
test and is now more generally used
'than over before, and has the confi-
denee, we believe, of a greater number
of people than any other blood medi
The Wood is the most vital force of
'.. life; every organ, nerve, muscle, tissue
' and sinew of the body is dependent on
I it for nourishment and strength, and
as it circulates through the system,
; pure and rich, it furnishes these dif
.' feront members the healthful proper
' ties needed to presorve them and cn
1 able them to perform their various du
ties. So long as the blood remains free
: from infection we are apt to escape
' disease, but Any ,impurity, humor or
, poison acts injuriously on the system
and affects the general health.
Postular , eruptions, pimples rashes,
j and the various skin affections, show
; that tho blood is in a feverish condi
tion as a result of some humor, or the
presence of an irritating, fiery acid.
Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers,
Scrofula and similar .blood disorders
will continue to grow worse as long as
the cause remains. A 'disordered con
dition of the 'blood may come from va
rious causes, such as a sluggish condi
tion of the system, imperfect bowel
and (kidney action, indigestion, etc.;
Ibufc whatever the cause the blood must
be purified before the body can 'be
healthy. ' '
8. 8. S. is a natural blood purifier
and tonic. It is made entirely of the
haimleSB juices and extracts of roots,
herbs and barks of recognized medicin
al value, and being free from all harm
ful minerals is an absolutely safe med
icine for young or old. 8. S. 8. goes
into the circulation. It freshens and en
riches tho blood and will do for you
what it has done for thousands of oth
ers. S. 8. 8. is the most reliable and
at the same time a most pleasant act
ing medicine for those whose blood
has become impoverished and needs
A course of 8. 8. 8. will prove to
you its great efficacy, as it has in
numcroug other cases which have been
reported to us by grateful patients.
Do not continue to' suffer because
or wrong treatment, but go to your
drug store and commence taking S. 8.
Also write fully to our head physi
cian who will give yon full instruc
tions about your own case.
Address Medical Director, 124 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Georgia.
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Ey GEBTETJDE BO BISON
AGEEAT many Salem persons
havje been looking forward eeger-
ly to the appearance of Corrinne
KUey (Barker in one of G-oldwyn'e lat
est screen successes, "The Peeca off
Roaring River" which will be shows
at Ye Liberty tomorrow and remaia
for the balance of the week. Is tks
play, Miss Barker co-stars with Pau
line. Frederick, impersonating a- young
postmistress in a Nevada mining town
and tne part sue plays la 4he destinies
of two unsuspecting persons gives is
actress ample opportunity to dasttJa?
ner taient ana ability, ......
. Miss Barker is a Salem girl who has
"made good'' in the silent drama. .She
is related to some of the most promi
nent families in town and during her
visit Here a few months ago was the
recipient of a number of social compliments.
Dallas Council Petitioned
For Chemical fire Engine
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Or., Sept , 10. At the firBt
' monthly meeting of the Dallas city
council hold in the city hall last night,
; a petition was presented to that body by
; number of the taxpayers asking that
a chemical fire engine be purchased by
the city for the use of tho fire depart
The petition stated that inasmuch
a big proportion of the city's streets
were now improved, a chemical engine
could bo used with good effect and the
damage done by wator in small fires
eliminated. The movement meets with
tho approval of a majority of tho coun-
cilmcn and it is -possible that a special
election may be called sometime in the
nenr future to ascertain the attitude of
tho people of Dallas on the subject.
In tho meantimo tho petition was laid
nil the table until the next eouneil meet
ing for further consideration.
J. S. Muyberry, who resides in Ben
ton county north of ( Albany, gold the
logancbrries growiKOn one-third of ;an
acre) of land on his -fawn this season
for $400. In other Instances grower?
received 1000 an acre for their berries.
For Street and Home
OF PROVEN WORTH
The acceptable substitute for
high priced leather and assured
ly a fashionable adjunct to wom
an's street apparel, are the
Spats, For a well rounded sea-.
son's wear of Oxfords--Spats,
colors to suit the occasion.
Our stock consists black, white
and several shades of brown and
, grays well fitting styles of the
proper height.... $1.50 to $2.85
.! a really nice Lounging Robe be sure to see these
Mmnehahas. They are peculiarly distinctive in tex
ture and finish as well as pattern. A Minnehaha
Robe has that downy softness you love to touch.
Our assortment consists of many charming pat
terns from the light, pleasing soft effect to the
darker, more colorful designs. They have cords to
umveu. cuiu are, mouesuy priced ;.$4.75 to $6.35
ASK TO SEE OUR NEW LINE OF '
Mrs. Isaae Lee Patterson, national
vice president of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, is in Portland
today attending the first fall meeting
of the Willamette chapter of which she
s a member. The meeting is being held
at the home of. Mrs. John L. Dougall
and is one of several that will mark
the renewal of activities among the
leading women's organizations of the
Mrs. F. M. Wilking of Eugene, state
regent of the Oregon stato chapter D.
A. B., is also in attendance and will
givo an address on "Americanization"
the topic of tho day. Mrs. Patterson,
who is director of the Pacific eoast
division of the national commitee -of
Americanization, wall likewise Bpeak
on. the subject.
The return of Miss Elizabeth Free
man IFox as dean of women at the Uni
versity of Oregon this year, marks- the
completed war service roll call for the
women of the university. Deaa Fox
has boen away on leave of absence for
the past year in service of the Y. W.
C. A. in one of the larger French towns
where she wag in charge of a number
of American women and their helpers.
She has been spending the summer in
New York, her former home.
Mrs. S. W. Thompson entertained in
formally at a tea, Monday afternoon,
Honoring Mrs. unarieg ti, ilsher who
leaves shortly for dEugene. A few in
timate friends of the guest of honor
were bidden to the pretty affair,
Karl Geasy Becke passed the week.
end with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Newcastle
Jr., of Portland, at their home in Irv-ington.
The Woman's Belief Corps Aid- so
ciety will meet at tho home of Mrs. N.
C. Kafoury, 940 Union street, tomor
row aftermmn at 2:30. Assistant host
esses are, Mesdames Charity Gamble,
Vera Glover, Mury Halley, Mary Howd
Linnie Hewitt, Ella Hunt and AyHa
There -was a memorable scene the
other evening in Hyde park, where the
imperial chorus and the massed bands
of the brigade of iniards performed a
few anthems (ind patriotic niusls in the
prcseneo of tho kinif and queen, tho
princo of Wales, Princess Mary, Queen
Alexandria- and an audienee of 1,000,-
000, writes a London (England) corre
spondent. It was an ideal evening and
Ilrs. Got Suffered Complete
breakdown Gains 33
Pcssds Taking Tanlac.
"When I began taking Tanlae
weighed just one hundred pounds, and
after finishing four bottles of this
medicine I now weigh one hundred and
thirty three," said Mrs. Myrtle I. Gist
residing at 326 Chestnut Ave.. South
Pasadena, Los Angeles, Cal.. Mrs. Gist
is tne wife of a well known member of
the Los Angeles police force, and her
improvement; since taking Tanlae has
createcr a good- deal of favorable com
ment among her neighbors and friends.
"tout mailing me gain thirty three
poundlg isn't all Tanlac did for me,'
continued Mrs. Gist, as she told of the
wonderful change. "I hod 'been in
dreadfully run down condition for
three years and finally suffered a eom
piete pnysicai -breakdown, l had no ap
petite and the little I ate didn't agree
with me. I was so dreadfully nervous
I could get no -restful sleep and would
often lie awake all night long worry
ing over my condition, fracticaily all
my strength left me and I lost weight
until I was almost a shadow. .
My condition finally sot so bad
they sent for my mother in Oregon to
come and stay with me and when she
got here 1 was. down in bed hardly able
to raise my head from the pillow. Moth
er said she bad several friends in Ore
gon- who had taken Tanlae with won
derfurresults and she got me a bottle
of the medicine. It seemed to help me
from the very start and in a few days
1 started to get hungry. Then I began
eating nourishing food and could feel
my strength rapadly returning. I be
Ran to sleep Soundly and would wake
up in the mornings feeling rested and
refreshed and I soon-was able to walk
about the house: I improved every day
and now I feel, simply fine, have a
splendid appetite and can eat iust any
thing I want and enjoy it without any
oad after effects. As I said before, I
have actually gained thirty three
pounds and for the first time in many
months I am able to do my own house
worfc without any trouble. I now feel
so happy over my wonderful improve
ment that I just get out in the yard
with my two, children and romp and
play with them and enjoy it thorough
ly. I will never cease praising Tanlac
for the wonderful change it has
brought in my life."
Tanlac is sold in Salem by Dr. S. C.
Stone, in Hubbard by Hubbard Drug
ue., in Mt. Angel t- Ben Gooch, in
uervais y John Kel.y, in Turner by
Ja. P. Cornelius, in Woodburn by Ly
man H. cnorev. in Silverton by Geo.
Bteelaammer. in Uates by Mrs. J.
P. McCurdy, in otayton by C. Aj
Beauchamp, in Aurora by Aurora Drug
Store, in St. Paul by Groceteria Stores
(Jo., in Donald by M. W. Johnson, in
JoffeTson by Feshav & Mason and in
Mill City-by Martteteria Gro. Co.
an ideal place. Somewhere to the west
of the marble arch a natural hollow
formed the performers' stage, and the
banks mine on both sides were one
hueo mass of spectators. Underfoot the
grass was green and velvety, and the
t roes m the par are now at their beat,
Considering that the choir alone num
bered 10,000 singers, the volume of
How Do You
Choose a Dentist?
. . . By DR. PARKER
Founder and Executive Head of the E. R. Parker System
A DENTIST is often selected fee-
cause he happens to have an
office where it is convenient for you
to visit him.
Sometimes he is chosen because
he belongs to your churchy society
You do not know how skillful he
is you simply know there is i
dentist's sign on his door.
Every dentist using the E. R. Parker System is
selected by experienced dentists who are competent to
judge skill, and each is chosen for one reason only
An experienced dentist's judgment of dentists is
better than yours, just as your judgment in your own'
business is better than a dentist's. .; . : '
Registered dentists using the E, R. Parker System are
not merely skilled and experienced, but are trained in
all the System's economies, so that fine-dental work ,
is done without losing time and with fewer visits by
the patient. Time saved is money saved, and the saving
is shared with you.
No charge of any nature for examinations, consulta
tion and advice. .You are invited to call. -Dr.
Wallace Hylander, Dr. Fred G. Bunch,
Dr. Ray J. Greer
Registered Dentists llsing the
E. R. PARKER SYSTEM
303 State St Salem, Ore.
Crisp Autumn Air Awakens
the Call to New Qothes
You are investigating safely when you consider the assemblage we
' . , offer for Autumn
The woman who thoughtfully expends her money and who makes sure of pur
chasing quality as well as style, will delight in the Autumn garments we have '
V ' , '. : assembled " '
ECONOMY LIES IN BUYING RIGHT
Buying the garment that is correct in style and that is so well tailored that it
holds its trim lines through hard wear
You will be pleased with the reasonable prices pn our garments.
Where Shopping Is a Pleasure
1, C iiptn M.
sound must have been tremendous, but,
far or near, one never got that impres
sion. The sound was in . great" part
earned away, and) the numbers of per
formers seemed only to add weight
and dignity to the simple and moving
beauty of the music. Tne appearance
of the royal family was the signal for
great outburst of greeting f rom tne
conductor's desk. It wa a democratic
and sincere demonstration of popular
Mrs. G. TP. Holt spent Monday in
Portland attending the meeting of the
Columbia river district of tne woman's
Missionary society. ;
Salem grange was well represented
at Ankenny Saturday, when Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Sellwood. Mrs.,Zella. Floteh;
er, Mrs. A. N. Davidson and- 3. A. Mc
Donald attended the grange- meeting
' ASK FOR
Potlnfants.InvalidssndQrowingChUdren I Rich milk, malted grain extract in Powder
The Original Food-Drink for All Ages No Cooking Nourishing Digestible
day when every available man, woman 'piaking the city one of the best inl
and child in tho community will be ie
quired to gather in the delicious fruit.
Wugcs paid, this year exceeds that of
proved municipalities in the valley.
pre ions-years by quite a margin, prune.l "BC,alf e "r.lnB receDl neavy .T,a)?8
u4., o:j i, mi state highway commissn will be
" I""""' """V aSnt.a n tww. while thnM tiir-Vmo- '""'"W
. nta.aot J 1 " 1 n " . Van f frlin Vstmat vnn.l n..(n.
sua.Kiur mane lu cents per uox.
were discussed and business
transacted. A delicious dinner was serv
ed the visiting guests by the Ankenny
At a quiet wedding in the parsonage
of the First Baptist church Monday
evening at 6 o'clock, Miss Demma
Gammon and Earl Francis Gleasoa
were united in marriage. Heverend O.
F. Holt, pastor of the church, officiat
ed, using the ring ceremony. Only a
tew friends and immediate relatives
were present.- !'
Previous to her marriage the bride
was an attendant at the state hospital
and is well known in the city. The
groom is a pharmacist in' the Suhaefer
drug store. After a short honeymoon
they will reside in Salem.
a a -
Mise Lucy Holt returned home from
Washington Monday, where she has
been attending the college girls confer-.
ence at Seabeek. and visiting friends in
Seattle. She has been gone three weeks.
Miss Willa Huckestein has returned
from Shaniko where- she accompanied
her sister, Miss Eleanor Huckestein,
who went to the eastern Oregon town
to accept a responsible position in tho
Remove blackheads, soften rough
skin, clear the blood, brighten the
eyes, sweeten the whole' system. Noth
ing helps mnko a pretty face, winsome
smile, as Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Try it tonight. 35e. D. J. Fry.
RAINS DAMAGE POLK PRUNES
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Or., Sept. 10, The continued
rains of the past weea aave piayea
hayoe with the prunes in several of the
orchards in this vicinity slid unless, the
rains cease within the next week the
tk.mage to the prune crop will umount
to many thousands of dollars. The great-
et damage has been sustained by ur-
hards where the fruit was further ad
anted eivtising tho prunes to crack.
With a few more days of 'warm sun
shine the prune crop in this vicinity
will be ready for harvest by next Mon-
DALLAS ORDERS NEW WALKS
iVdar ilia Inrnaf rna1 nvn4- in ri.nf,,
of tho experienced pickers make ah high j
as to aana piu per any. t ttMj&ggjggjggBBBggg0gizm
firearms o Ammunition
Write for Cotalogqe
THE REMINGTON ARMS UM C'CQ Wa
(Cii-pital Jourmil Special Service.)
Dallas, Or., Sept. 10. At a meeting of
the Dallas council Monday niht that
body ordered the construction of several
miles of new cement sidewalk to take
the place of old wooden walks now m
use in practically every section of the
city. The ordinance wns passed at the
meeting after but two objections had
been presented to the councilmen.
It is barely possible that with good ,
weather for the next few weeks the new
walks can be completed this year thus
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That spiemlid actress now appear
ing under the Paramount banner is fa
mous for her beautiful complexion. She
attributes her wonderful skin to the
co of a simple toilet article vailed
Derwillo. There is nothing like it for
tan, freckles, shiny nose, sallow, dark,
rongli skin. It takes the place of face
powder, stays on better, as perspira
tion doeA not affect it, and it instant
ly beautifies. -the complexion. One ap
plication proves it. If you want a nice
lily wbue skin with rosy checks, get a
Dottle of Iterwille today: yon will be
delighted. Derwillo is sold at all up to
date toilet counters. Be sure to read
large announcement of Miss Clayton's
soon to appear in this paper. It tells
how to instantly hare a beautiful com
plexion and a soft,, white, velvety skin ,
everyone "just love to touch." '
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