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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1916.
il SPECIALS EOR I
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Regular $3.50 Card Tables
Reg. $10.50 Felt Mattress
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(Capital Journal Special Service)
: Turner, , Nov. 24. Supt. Walter 51.
Smith and Supervisor John W. " Xj.
Smith, were in Turner on Thursday of
thin week. : :
Mrs. Minnie Karl loft for her new
home in Washington the first of the
.Mm. Erie ' Simcrul visited - Mrs. 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Karris of Pleasant
View -spent . Wednesday with Mrs.' B.
Mervin Fearsan is still in ihe ohs
pital. ' '
. Mrs.. Lyle writes buck that the litttc
grandson is lots better.
Those who were dozing on the street
corners Thursday niorninjjNwere rudely
awakened when. Henry Hobson's team
took, fright, whilo' standing in front
of the Bones blacksmith shop on the
corner of C and 2nd streets and after
running several blocks making sharp
M turns, they stopped- on their own ac
cord over on tho old warehouse site.
No one was hart and wagon received
no injuries so all is well that ends
well. ' -
The Hobstm Bros, have rented the
old Dr. Smith place and moved last
week. " ""
Mrs. Esther Nenl is visiting in. PolU
Grant McVicker is seriously ill, the
rCBult of toe? much football."
Mrs. Maud Bones and Mrs. Clara
Martin niotorod to Salem this week.
John Cannon was a Salem visitor
the first of the week.
Mrs. Missouri Smith left on Thurs
day for a two weeks visit with reln
tives and friends in Jefferson and Al
bany. Mr. nntfeMrs. Arthur Edwards motor
Bled to Salem Wednesday to tnko dinner
U with Airs. Thomas Ivlwanls, nr., tnc oc
. L.naSun hnim, Mr, Kilminla Sr. KiiHi.
A number of members of Victoria
chapter Xo. 70 motored to Salem Tues
day evening as the guests of Chadwick
chantor'No. 37. A roval time was re
gij ported by everyone.
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(Capital Journal Special Service)
Mneleav. Nov. 'Ii. The Parent
Teachers association met at the school;
These Specials For
E3 house Friday evening iov, 17, ninl hi1! d! f3 9
VJ 'm VP1V suc('(s.st nl hpmmioii After n xhiiiT- Kl
To have what
you want when
you want it
H'a very successful session. Alter a short; M
ma j business meoting the meeting was turn
SJlcd over to tho entertainment commit
II; tee who presented the following pro
- H' grain:
Recitations by Attn- Martin, Clara
j! Fleming, Freda 'Rieo.lt, Albert Garrett,
; Welter Rieclt and F. R. Robinson.
. ill Duet by Harry Martin and Mrs. F.
II i K. (iooilcll.
Rendihg by- Harlan R." Huffman,
a I .Multiplication drill by. lid 4th and
You know that Overcoat "you have been thinking about
getting; well, we have it .
Can be found on the best dressers of Salem and vicinity,
and there is this reason for it ,
We Have the Goods
have a, complete line of the very latest, in extreme
and conservative model .
Come and look them over, and remember; our coats are
For Thanksgiving Sit at your Thanksgiving Dinner iaa
We have most anything you can desire at prices consist
ent with best merchandise.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST N
We certainly are doing clothing business because we have
bought early at lowest prices, and therefore can sell at
the same rate. ,
Our line is complete, for we just received a uew shipment,
and we have all colors.
FOR BOYS' CLOTHING. COME TO
BRICK . BROTHER
y The House That Guarantees Everv Purchase
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llidef inite will be reported later,
II) L. Ottcrbein who lately vacated the.
II ; w hitcher farm and wlio moved to Ba
; I'-ni, nnn tne mistortune to lose one or
z his. big work horses. It shpp
ion the smooth nnvinir und broke a lcif.
' It had to be killed. This is quite and
j as well as a financial loss.
U Those good people who almost stam-
luHalliiiiiiikMMMHMiiHHHIalaMaiM,JJ"2ZSj ' 'Jr''1 control should try to quiet their
fears. The earth will not be depopulat
ed for a long time to come. As the years
vr uh Mi hhvr ii im i hp mat in-n nr rrifiiAi. . .
T . " , " "Y unu lue isi io or rnrce :,, As l,.m ii.p.i ni,l wm..n ,n
(Capital Jourecia, Servi,.;) fiXf, oH ... dr iM..! T
Fruitland,' Xov. 24.-Klmer,Ande.'son ! temueraturf for quite a while y"t7 deu ? If' "' . .h
i working in a nursery in l'ortland. '., I Mrs. Archie Matlock who' was so L f " ""L'Z Lt.h
Asher Kansom is with the state en. i severely hurt in the auto collision on T ..: ' v.t ' " . . i "
ers can now take breath,
Kineeiine i.artv survevine Pacific lliohith.. Silvortnn . f ...J. . voracious emiors anu piiuiorm orators
way route in Benton eounty. which her husband's mother was ki -:f-,81,CU ,- i
H rMiHtXarmi Banner, who taught l.ere ed, is slowly recovering. Km. V. be-! 'tlV XTA . , ."
Inst winter, is taking a post graduate fore marriage Miss
ty of Wisconsin at Madison. D
hn hmipflf nAtf ilifit tliiii-o's tin iiflo 1v
Hbnpson jn(j n)out n uny lonor. That supreme
supremo court decision of .lustico Hugh
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F. M. Mitchell of Fruitland nnd al hit v-t Th .I,;..,? 7i, ZZ e. ,u,un.t s.''m ,0 "urt tlio tircgen vot-
former school clerk nnd teacher hero is'is slightly fractured. h I"" "mb- 1 "'-v ?n"' ,'jrol,Kh "!? Blla,ne;
6w principal of tho Aumsvllle schools trf," of her ears ,us badly lacerated ! V '""i ,.t 7 wr,.cr a"d
in Dist. 11. Ho has two teachers of and It one pi, t Z qu te so an : T, T "v. ro",s"" the.l'rc.'f '
ih town nin.Hffd nn,r him Hi. i u. r w JL V au liwlint he did nnd what he didn't do,
y?lt.7",?Lal,f" "li", .bi'?,!i,e".e"irefnre',.t0 h,.'-.Two or ,hr.,,e 'y ? Unitbt to bjSronest enoiiLd. now to ad-
ler nwnand picKed out a piece of glass' .,. ..,,,ht n()t ilnvp ,,... . W(,,,
pleaded with the school nnd its work.
Tha Comil.. nt (lliak iri..u,.k .n, I ..: . . I f .... , , P ,'.
-T -r'""". .i'l l' . wiiMi sniciu. me Dnuy.i.-ii, ,,,, WK ,, Th, , .
moving onto tne .ciuicr t.trm cast or which was also had v hurt h iibnut Ki . . ,-
the schuol house. . j recovered ! i ? , ,1"ll,ol"'al in l",r,iHa"
Wirt. Bellamy, has rented Mrs. Whit-i A 1). Anderson is hniblinir
5th grades of the Macleay sc hool under
the direction of Miss Byers, the teach
H. E, Mnrtin'and family dined Sun
dav nt the L. A. Hatitonberg homo in
Jess Yeager is at the const on a
fishing trip. The date of his return is
not known. r v
Mrs. J. R. Crook "and family moved
to Salem the first of this week. They
now reside at 4S.V Turner street.
South Bottom Items
(Capital .Tom niil Special Service)
.South Bottom, Nov. 24. 1). 1). (lors
line lias twkeii up his resilience on his
farm and will engage in the dairy, bus
iness. .Mr. and -Mrs. (torslinc were for
a number of venrs residents of Salem.
A. M. nudU. .Icrmiiii, our enterpris-l
ing hopgrowers, have moved their two
commencing to hide themselves. I sup-1
pose they know that; Thanksgiving Isj
getting near. i
Mis. (')inrlcs Brings visited friends
in SI. Louis Inst week. '
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
I'ratum, Ore., Nov. 24. Kvervboilv
iiiruu no i urvcrs to a itoint ncur Ttietr ' i'.inla tlm t..i T .1 t...u
r-! i u:.. .. . , ' . . . ' " .......... wumuui. nurr. uip
.jiue i.iHiiui rciiirui u irun. .. ). mrge nopyaiu. i ne long nam ot green war news and editorial l.age we look
to the const last Tuewlay evening. He j hops ui piekinK tinwwas not only a to Beo if we can find anvtliing. from
reports very good tisliing and lots ot ; waste iof valuable time but was also l'rutuin. '
ilucKs. "0 liner tnat ne is quue an
Isaac Wnllon und nlso some niimod.
. ehet s furm west of the church. As' ilious wooil house.
"Hill" is in tho matrimonial market 11 i'red Coulson has rented a farm in
am not in position to say that he in., the Auburn district,
teuda batching it. But the house is aav-j Tho mutter of having a Thauksgiv
ing another coat of paint. ,inz dinner here the iiUth is'beir.g con-
The school clerk Hook 1 the census ' sijered. It is proposed to have a neigh
Tuesday. There are 2!) boys and L'S girls: i)01100,i g00d tira,,, Tnir,, win )B
now of school ago in the district. program given by the scliool children
A neighbor tells me 38 yearn ago we Und nerhnn br others ShiMothin moro
' (Capital Journal Special Service.)
Eola, Ore., Nov. 24. Ray Ferguson
plowed three acres of ground for the
Youngbcrgs this week.
Mrs. Youngberg is setting out quite a
lot of strawberry plants to t-niso straw
berries for market.
I.oren Fugh finished digging his po
tatoes last week.
Dorsey Olds, of nenr Rhorwood, visit
ed his relatives, the Fergusons, Sun
Mr. Sinnot visited it t rergusons Sun
Ihore will bo a meeting of tnc I'a-rent-Tcachei's'
association Saturday ev
ening, (loorge Stewart is finishing the inside
work of the Aeuff house this week.
A Literary society was organized in
- The firsf niceliiifr it 1ia Tl.... V,mai:
A social tinge has been given this Literary society tor tho season was an
locality in th organization of a club . 11(,,18e 8ll(.,.,ss. The subject of de-
i governor paroling those incorrigible ' Eola to meet the second Friday even-
convicts. Tins would have saved thejing or tne nionin. me roiiowing ot
trouble of removing the old superin- i ficers were elected: Roy Ferguson,
presiiieni; nay j erj;uoii, vice-j.resioeni; ;
Estel Brunk, secreturyj Edward ITainer,
critic; Mrs. Younglierg, editor; Wesley
Aniridia, sergeant at-arms; EcTnn
to pans (Saturday evenings at card play
nig tor amusement.
Mr. and Mrs. Skeuse have moved on
to the farm'owned by Mrs. Moudy.
Mrs. Winkler, mother of ('litis. 0.
Winkler, has gone to Los Angeles to
pass the winter with relatives.
Miss Helen Jtnber is attending tho
Franklin high school in Portland.
R. I). Haiiiinuck has purchased a new
Ford antoi .
Hop Lee of Salem nindn a visit of
inspection of his hop yards a few clays
ago. ' " . '
St. Louis Items
tendent and installing a new. This not
being thought feasible the prison lion pi
could have appointed an -ex-convict to
run the pen. This may have suited
theso foxy and finical law breakers.
BURNING CIGARETTE PAPER -
TO PROVE ITS PURITY
A trained corps ot tTnnonstr.i
tors is travelling throughout the'
jstate, visiting tobacco dealers"
(Stores and proving to snickers
actual burning tuts the puriiy of
jSweet Caporal Cigarettes, l-'irst.
Jhey produce a roil of high iraclc
' imported Trench paper, and, by
turning it," show that it makes no
ismoke, fives off no odor
leaves behind nothing but' a few
t ny Hakes of pure white ash.
TTren they burn samples of or
dinary cigarette paper, which pro
duce heavy smoke, a pronounced
odor, and a black, thick, sooty ash
The superior French paper,, it i
explained, is used ecluivccy
Sweet Caporals were the first
popular Turkish and Virginia ccg
arctte. They arc the only cigar.
die whose popularity lias never
waned, sweet Caporal is the best
loved cigarette that has ever been
produced. Sweet Caporal has
siarteil millions ot men on the
light mad to
THE ORIGINAL CIGARETTE
Sweet Caporal it the great""
p-and -daddy Sf all cigarettes now
on the market, and still it is the
livest youngster of them all. Eu
rope, Asia, Africa, -North and
South America wherever civil
ized man is foundthere you'll
itind Sweet Caporal.
AV -ssz&r XiKCU 5XVZl
I Vis , XvSl lSwcet
I apTUk never
dflciuoral is the best
Bral has I
nearly 40 ;
CaKral l .
it lias stoo
busy in th
I (Cniitnl Journal Speciul Service.)
j Bethel, Ore., Nov. 21 Sii)erliitenclent
. Smith visited the Bethel school last
! Friday nnd expressed himself as be
j ing highly pleased with the work of
tho pupils, especially in writing and
I Roy Mnrchniicl cniuc to Liberty in
jhis new Maxwell last Friday night. Not
finding 'things to his Mking he went
: over to Mtideny. After taking in the
! show there he went home but first lind
'to get a strong arm squad to piixh his
jcur over to the stum so his gas tank
j could be filled.
I Mi-, and .Mrs. T. O. Carroll, of York,
j Neb., and Mrs. A. K. Clapper, of Sa
I lem, were Sunday visitors ut the home
j of Mr. end Mrs. A. H. Fiiestmon.
Paul Baker, who is living in Cnr
' vallis at present,' was a visitor at Lib
jerty Inst Friday night. '
W. R. Baker has a crew of men work-.
ing 011 the Big Four telephone line.
I Some of the old poles are being replaced
i by new ones and the others will be
j either re-set or stubbed. The new poles
I were raised at the rate of It) poles per
' hour which would be NO poles a day. The
work was done by a crew of five men'
using pike poles. - ' .;
V ictor kirscher i the latest addition
loved cigarette that has ever been
produced. Sweet Caporal has
started millions of men on the
cnflit road to cigarette enjoy
neut and kept them there through
Sweet Caporal Cigarettes are
sold in every hotel and club in
America .and in hundreds of
clubs and the best hotels in Eu
rope. Every onicers' mess srm honflVAnd your throat will always
Und navy fias Sweet Caporals.
-.MAKE THIS TEST
Light a piece of the high-grade
imported I-rench paper on Sweet
rapor.il Cigarettes and note how
it bums evenly completely ,
odorless leaving a pure white
ah. I hats why bweet Caporal
burns evenly, stays lit no chair-
ring nor smouldering and fives
you the pure, wonderful flavor of
its choice blend of Turkish anc?
Virginia tobaccos. In over fortv
Ismoke Sweet Caporal all day years the world has been unable
to produce a better cigarette than
ml TOBACCO FLAVOR
GF SWEET CAPORAL
You enjoy tlte blend o choice
Turkish with the ripe. unn ute
Iof Virginia-North Carolina to-
ibaccos in aweet Caporal. !o
(other cigarette has this wonderful
navor 01 sweets. tou can
feel cool and pleasant..
to- the ranks of motor car owners, ho
having purchased a Ford yesterday.,
j The Liternry last Friday night was a
! disappointment. The house was full.
Most of the Bethel young folk were
1 present nnd there were also a number
I from Fniitlnnd. Rut it seems tlint while
every one wishes to be entertained verv
few care to belp wilh tho entertain
ment. A debate had been provided for
but one party after having promised to
debate channel! her iniml incite m.i ir...1
'to take part so there wns no debate.
I here was a spelling contest which was
won by (llndys Johnston, Minnie Bat
talion beingy second best speller. There
was nb" n short program after which
n very interesting number of the "New
Moon" was read by Mudison Nichols.
Capital Journal Special Service)
St. iiouis, Xov. -I. Mrs. Charley
I ou vn I und two children visited fronds
here Inst week.
Mrs. Iiouis Forcsier visited the home
of her mother Mrs. t has. Lellrun.
Mrs. Kdiuoud (Iof fin made n busi
ness trip to Woodburn Wednesday.
The pupils of the St. Louis scliool
are preparing for un entertainment
X II I II H.
Some of the people here are busy
plowing nnd sowing.
Alex Manning who start nil to bnve n
shed huill lust week Is now completed.
Mr. ancr Mrs. Cbus. Lellrun motored
to Oregon City last Wednesday.
The grip has a good hohl o I'soine of
the people hero eery body couohs but
Some of the St. Louis Turlievs are
date was ' ' Resolved, There i More
I'Jeasure m Hope Thun in Memory."
Rev. J. Bnniiignrtnpr lending the affirm
ative, whilo Mr. Devries buttled man
fully for the negative. The other speak
ers were J. J. Crnhnue, with the af
firmative; Melvin Lien, with the nega
tive. The judges were Mr. Kreibel,
t'hnrley Rice nnd Mr. Myers, who de
cided in fnvor of tho affirmative.
The program was good. Miss Schaiip
recited Caroline Norton's Krent master
piece; it was well rendered nnd much
appreciated. Miss Taylor also held the
house spellbound with n fine rec itation.
.Master Bishoff exhibited fine histrionic
ability in a sentimental iiniative of
verses, and was generally applauded.
Kllis Welty wan judge iu'u mock trial
and showed ns mneh dignity and pom
posity as old Nnppei tiindy himself could
have done. After tho program all wero
ordered to go except members of tho so
ciety. This was unfortunate ns sonm
wished to join others to see how the
election went. Let us hope they will
be given uu opportunity, at the" next,
Tho 1'rnt 11111 hotel will soon be oc
cupied by the S. 1'. R. R. buys, then tho
city will have music.
I hnvo a few potatoes to dig ye t, so
yours for fine weather.
Wedding invitations, iiunnuncenients,
and calling cards printed at the Journal
Job Department l'ricea right.
Iu-Udy Cheeks Sparkling Eyes
Moat Wcxrn Can Have
Suva Dr. Edwards, a Weil-Known
Dr. F M. Edwards' for 17 years
rcatcd scores of women fur liver an-.l
lov.cl diluents. During tticsc years lie
c;ave to lii.i patients a prescription made
f trfcwr will-known vegetable ingrcd!-'
ills mixed with olive oil, naming tlicm"
Or. Edwards' Olivfc fablcts, you wi'l,
:now llicin l y their olive color. '
These tablet s are wonder-workers on
ll:e livfr and bowels, which cause a nor,
rer.l r.clion, currying off the waste and
poisoners mutter in one's system.
If yia have a pale face, sallow look,,
dull eyen, pimples, coated tongue, head-;
aclics, a listless, no-good feeling, all out
of sorts, inactive bowels, you take one,
of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly
for a time and note the pleasing results.
Thousands of women as well as men
lake Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the
successful substitute for calomel now
and then Just to keep in the pink of con- -ditiou.
10c and 25c per box, All druggists.
MAY CLOSE FLOUR MILLS
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 24.
Facing the northwest's most
acute car shortage und un inter
inability to move their grain
with the closing of lake iiavi
gation, V. 11. Bovey of the
Washbuin t'iosby .Milling com
pany, today predicted flour mills
in this, the country's greatest
milling center, niny be forced to
close down indefinitely. .Mills
lire now running only part time
because of the cur shortage. It
is admitted that closing the mills
would increase the flour short
lige and boost prices.
and Save Money t
On your Christmas Purchases
AVe will hold your goods until you are
ready for delivery.
Entire New Wexford Bldg.
467 Court Street
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