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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 191G.
SALEM'S AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS, WARNER'S & PARISIANA CORSETS
We Give Free Tickets to the Oregon Theatre-
Our 7th Friday and Saturday j
THE GOING-OU T-OF-B USI
NESS SALE AT THE
is now on in full blast --Come
and buy while it lasts.
Prices slashed regardless of
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Get into the circle and l
II do your part in making ll
Salem-Week a '
Grand Success II
Salem Week, Oct. 29-Nov. 4
- (Capital Journal Special Service)
stayton, Oct. i.i Mr. WhitneVv a
long time resident of here was stricken
with apoplexy Monday.
Minn Henrietta Denny of Sublimity
passed away Monday after a stroke of
paralysis Saturday. She was a native
daughter of Marion county having been
bora near Sublimity 37 years ago. Miss
Denny was a graduate of U. of O. and
tnught school in this county for fifteen
years after her graduation. She also
lived in Salem for a time. The funeral
services will be held nt the) Methodist
Kpiseopal church today (Wednesday)
Rev. K. B. Lockhnrt officiating.
Mrs. I'ratt, a teacher" here for the
Vast five years, now has her mother.
Mrs. Kirkpatrick, of Aumsville, living
with her. The two women spent last
Sunday at Aumsville.
Miss Vesta Marshall was indispose!
with gore throat a couple of days last
week. She is one of the teachers.
A Miss Hassett has been added to
the teaching staff of the high school.
Frank Foster, Albert l'ancoast, Mis.
Horace Lilly, Prof, Prof. Gnuutt nnd
others toed; part in a program at the M.
Y.. church last Sunday night in tire in
terest of tho Armenian sufferers.
C, M. Holford and son, Ward, are in
the mountains searching for game.
L. If. McMahan of Sulem made a
splendid impression with'his address on
"High Taxes" before the grange last
Saturdny-afternoon. As candidate fur
district attorney ho will get a good
vote in this section. Judge Galloway
also spoke nt the same meeting, Max
(iehlhnr hail been announced also but
did not put in an appearance.
The sore throat trouble going around
heie has afflicted a number.
The Kpworth League of this eity has
sent out invitations for a Hallowe'en
party. Jt is expected it will jirove one
of the most interesting affairs in the
social Hue of the season.
The two young sons of W. J. Hewitt
are ill at their home here.
Relatives here of Dr. Brewer of Sa
lem who passed away recently have re
ceived many expressions of sympathy.
Dr. .Brewer was well known in Stay
ton and much respected.
W. J. Hewitt nnd family visited rel
atives at (iooch Sunday.
Geo. Tate has been on the sick list.
H. K. Wirth came home from Walla
Walla tho other day to visit his family
Mr. Kerry, a long tinio resident of
IStnyton, died Monday of this week and
jwill be buried today (Wednesdny), Rev.
Father Lang officiating.
Eola' News Notes
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Eola, Oct. i."). Argil Stanton spent
Saturday and Sundn.V with her relatives
in Kola. She is attending tho sisters
school at Salem.
B. T. Ferguson is gathering his ap
ples from the Emma Savage place. The
apples are extra fine.
Krnil Carlson has a new five passen
ger Ford car. Ho went to Middleton
Miss Mary Sheridan visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Olds, Sunday who lives near
The Cromley Bros, sold another car
load of wheut lately. (
Mrs. Nellie Fergusoit lias quite a sore
foot, caused by stepping on a nail, nt
Mrs. An-hio Brown has a lame foot
caused by jumping off n sled.
L L. Patterson finished gathering
his com crop. The yield was extra good.
He is drying it in the hop kilns as part
of it is n little soft.
T. W. Brunk has returned from ller
mistou where he was called to judge
The horse traders, who have been
camped near the all summer wutering
tunk, were ordered to. leave. Thev left
The Kola parent-teacher association
will give a Hallowe'en party Saturday
evening, the litxii.
Central Howell Gossip ;
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Central Howell, Ore., Oct. 20. The
Sunday sVhool lend a hand committee
from Salem have made their second trip
to Central Howell Sunday school, their
mission lias been, very successful so far.
The committee is composed of W. lT. stu
dents, Messrs. liundall, Holmes, ('lurk
I nnd Miss Fogg.
Mr. Walter McDon.dd nnd family
were Salem visitors Sunday.
Miss Lindquist is attending high
school nt Silverton.
Mr. Frnnk Simmons has been buying
furnituro lately. Looks suspicious.
Mrs. J. W. Varrell and bnby visited
nt the parsonage recently. Mr. Gorman
has moved to Salem.
I Sam Spittler, who went east about n
month ago, lias taken unto himself a
' Tho Cherry Bud band from Salem, are
to be nt Central Howell church next
A pretty wedding occurred nt the
home of Mrs. Lawyer on Sunday lust
when her daughter, Miss Jessie Lawyer,
do you hear so much about the
FARMER'S CASH STORE?
Because They Sell Good Mer
chandise at-Wholesale Prices.
POWERFUL VALUES FOR YOU TOMIRROW AND SATURDAY AT THE GALE & CO. STORE. SCORES OF
OPPORTUNITIES TO SAVE MONEY ON MERCHANDISE NEEDED EVERY DAY AND AT THE SAME TIME "SHOP
WITH A SMILE." FOR THE GALE & CO. STORE IS R PLEASANT STORE WITH PLEASANT AND COURTEOUS
SALESPEOPLE EVER READY TO SERVE, AND SERVE YOUR RIGHT. .
Made of fine quality . Percale in
Just Received Kid Gloves
We have just received a ship
ment of fine kid. Gloves, of gen
uine French kid and lamb, in P.
K. and overseam styles for dress
and street wear, come in colors
of tan, brown, black and white,
all sizes, verv special at .....
$1.49 and $1.75
10c Apron Gingham
Special 7c yd.
Fine quality Apron Gingham,
in a large and beautiful assort
ment of patterns, sold every
where for ten cents per yard,
our price only 7c.
The Newest of Fall Shoes for the Whole Family
High Boots in Lace and Button Styles, in All Leathers
at Special Prices
A 9-inch High Boot for Women,' made of very fine
lightweight velour calf, lace style ; very special $3.75
A 9-inchHigh Boot for Women, made of very fine
quality glazed kid, lace style; very special $3.95
A beautiful Boot of glazed kid, in battleship grey,
9 inches high, usually sold for $6.50 and $7.00; our
Children's Shoes of finest quality gun, metal and
velour calf, genuine oak soles, button or lace styles ;
especially priced at $1.49, $1.75 and $1.98
Men's fine dress and work Shoes, in all leathers,
guaranteed to wear and fit, button and lace styles,
at $2.49, $2.69, $2.98 and $3.75
Boys' Shoes, button or lace style, the best you have
ever seen at double our prices, at $1.69, $1.98, $2.49
Fine Black Velvet Button Shoes, Goodyear welt; all
sizes. Regular value $4.00, no w .$1.98
Soft Kid Shoes, button style, medium round toe,
genuine oak sole, English welt, military heel; all
sizes; for only $2.39
Beautiful Patent Leather Shoes, cloth top, lace style,
plain toe, Louis XV heel; worth $4; very spl. $2.88
Notions ind Toilet
brand ... 15c and 10c
Fine Comb s, heavy
quality "Carmen" -
brand 15c and 10c
Hooks and Eyes, 2
dozen for 4c
Safety Pins, dozen 2'2c
O. N. T. Thread, all
numbers, black and
R. M. C. mercerized
Crochet Cotton, per
5c Pearl Buttons, per
10c Pearl Buttons, per
25c Bottle witch hazel,
Colgates Talc Powder,
25c size, now 14c
Rich's Talc Powder, 25c
size, now 10c
Sunnybrook . Toilet
fumes . 5c
Men's Medium Wool
Sox now 15C pair
Men's Overalls or
Men's 25c Suspenders
Men's 50c Suspenders
Men's 25c Garters now
Men's Four -in - Hand
9c and 21c Each
Men's Suits, extra qual-,
ity for these prices
$12.50, $14.95, $17.85
GALE & CO.
Formerly the Chicago Store
SALEM'S biggest popular priced Department Store Not connected with any
other in this city. CORNER COURT AND COMMERCIAL, STS., SALEM, ORE
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12V2c MUSLIN 10c YARD
Fine quality Daisy Bleached Muslin, :',6 inches
wide, very fine and soft, without a bit of dressing;
regularly sold for 12y2c, now 10c.
27-INCH WHITE OUTING 7V2c YARD
Splendid quality White Outing Flannel, 27 inches
wide; worth 10c yard, for this sale only 7ic
18-INCH UNION LINEN TOWELNG 10c YARD
This is indeed a wonderful offer and one you can
not afford to miss, for Linen Toweling is almost off
the market at any price. This is a splendid quality
Union Linen Unbleached Toweling and worth about
15c to 20c per yard; while this lot lasts, only 10c.
36x42 DAISY PILLOW CASES 12V2c
Housewives, rooming houses and hotels should
take advantage of this wonderful offer. We have
only about 25 dozen, of these fine quality Pillow
Cases and at this price which is below wholesale,
they will not last very long.
36 INCHES WIDE A. F. C. OUTING 15c YARD
Extra heavy quality A. F. C. Colored Outing
Flannel in a beautiful assortment of stripes and
checks. Note the width, :)6 inches, which cuts to
better advantage. Worth 18c and 20c per yard;
9-4 ASCOT SHEETING 29c YARD
Heavy quality Ascot Bleached Sheeting 9-4 wide;
worth at the present market price :57c per yard;
while this lot lasts only 29c.
BATES EXTRA LARGE SIZE BED SPREADS $1.75
Bates Extra Heavy Large Size Bed Spreads, in a
large assortment of beautiful patterns, special $1.75.
Fine .Muslin Underwear Especially Underpriced jj
n. luivy puitiiaoc in new nuisuii unuerwear enables
us to offer you some wonderful bargains in this line.
Fine Gowns, made of soft long cloth and nainsook
at 59c, 79c and 88c
Skirts, made of fine long cloth and soft finish cam
bric, trimmed with dainty embroidery and lace, cut
very full and flary, finished with deep dust ruffle,
at 59c, 79c and 98c
Envelope Chemise, of fine long cloth, daintily trim
med with lace and embroidery, special 59c
Beautiful Brassieres, in all sizes, 34 to 46 especially
priced at 25c and 35c
became tho bride of Kenneth Coowler.
Rev. William Xicholl officiated.
Minx Helen MeDomilil visited lit the
home of her father, Kil McDonald, Sun
day. Minn May Moorea hid 1'ortlinnl vls
itor lnt week.
Rev. J. Warrell prenehed at Central
Howell ehureh Sunday, October 8. Rev.
Thomas Acheson, of Kimball college,
an if a nolo. The service wan enjnveil
A . I o picking ami potato digging are
in full swing here.
(.rover Simmons sold his entire potato
prop at 5(1 cents er hitxhcl.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Rickey, Ore., Oct. 2D. Road Super
visor Dicknian ha several teams haul
Mr. anil Mm. V. J. Culver, of Salem,
'and Mm. Culver's mother, Mm. Sher
ii inn, of Portland, viii ted the Culver
I farm Sunday.
! Cheater linier in preparing for cold
j weather by hauling a supply of wood.
Mr. n'uil Mr. Hibborn of Sulcin, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mm. Dale Hib
. bora nnd Mr. and Mm; Nile llibborn.
Howard (Jrim and OrriH'Frisbie fin
ished diguing their potatoes Tuesday.
K. A. Lewis and family, of Moclcay,
i were .guests at the M. M. Mugio home
Mr. ami Mm. A. W. Binegnr xpent
Kundny with Mr. and Mm. 1). A. llnrria.
I. H. I.ewix, who lived here for never I
lyenm, in moving from Ktaytou to the
ili Co" n place iff Crooked Kinger
TubereiiloHin waa known in Kgypt 15M)
Citizen Is Buried
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Dalian, Or., Oct. 2(1. Funeral erv
ieea over the remuinn of the lute Dan
iel . Stonffer were held from the
MnthodiHt church in thin city Mondny
afternoon at two o'clock, Rev. T. H.
I Ford of Salem conducting the nervieea.
Mr. Htouffer panned uwny at hi home
in thia city Saturday afternoon fol
lowing an attack of heart trouble. Mr.
: Stonffer wan a mil ii of high education
ami him always been affiliated with
I the kcIiooIh and ehurchea of the eity.
: I'e wax a graduate of the clusn of
1 1S7S of Willamette T'liivVmity of
' Salem. Ho xtudied law for a short
I time but wns never iiilmittetfo the
bur. For a number of years he served
the eity of Dallas as auditor and
police judge, Resides his wife h.i
jenvos to mourn his death one daugh
ter, .Mm. Lena (Jtiiek of this city. Tim
body was laid to rest in the J. 6. O. F.
Engineering Firm Dissolves.
The Himes Engineering fnnipiinv of
this eity composed of Kdunrd II inn s
and Win. A. Himes, have dissolved
partnership. The business of the con
cern will be continued under the name
of F.dwnrd Himes the junior partimr.
Mala Quartet to Organize
A meeting will be held in the ob
server offico this evening for the pur
pose of organizing n male qiuirtct.
Joseph A. Finley, music instructor in
the Dallas eitv schools will be in-
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