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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1916.
I Moore Does
When it comes to a show down; Moore makes the prices
- If you don't believe it, note these prices
on Dressers and Chiffoniers
Regular $20.00 Birdseye Maple Dresser, French plate mir- ;
Hpr, now v v :- ! . . . $15.85 .,;
Regular $30.00 Birdeeye Maple Chiffonier, now- $21.00
Regular $30.00 full quartered oak Chiffonier, colonial "
style, now $21.50
Regular $30.00 large massive quartered oak Dresser, size
3r0x22-inch, extra special y $13.85 "
Regular $30.00 Princess Dresser, colonial design, .bevel
plate French mirror 26x35-inch, top 38x20-inch, extra
special- . $21.00
Other Dressers and Chiffoniers at correspondinglv Tow prices
Buy Useful Xmas Gifts
Dining Room Furniture not only add beauty to the
home but is enjoyed by each member of the family.
And in buying gifts this year remember the average
family would be glad to contribute their share of the
Gift Money to a nice dining room set. See our fine
line of dining room Furniture. Get our prices. You cannot well afford to do without the luxury of a fine set, at
the prices we are making on dependable furniture. .
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- (Capital Journal Special Service.)
Woodburn, Or.,' Nov. 2.4 I!ev.' Cole
man made a, few days visit with trie
Binkley family last 'week at Goldcn
dale. Wash. . '"
Air., nnd Mrs. Jenkins nnd Xellle
Binkley are living in Portland.
Harold Dimirk visited his mother,
Mrs. Sadie Iimick, last week oiid. Ho
is atteilinjf Willamette il'niversity. .,
Mr?, A. Franklin . Barrett and son,
Charles Franklin, returned home from
Portland last " week..
Mrs. Geo. Bonney, Mrs. Myrtle Cole,
end Mies Lvdft Bovnton.mnde a trip to
Washington last week. Miss Boynton
Clayed at Kedueld but Mrs. Bouncy
and, Mrs.- Cole visited friends in St.
Helens, .Vancouver and.Kalama. They
visited the ship at St, Helens.
Miss .Tones lroin Mt. Angel visited
t the home of Miss Crcseentia' Glatr
last week. . '
Oscar Olson,' who is attending .Wil
lamette University, spent the week end
LJ. W. Lionhar.lt spent Snturday in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Y ergon of Don
ald visited ' relatives in town Friday
Miss Heleu Floenor will make her
home with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Hieks,
in Roscburg. She will work in a con-,
fectioncrv shop there.
Grant 'Kims of I. a (Irnnde spent the
week end with his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Thos. Sims.
Mrs. O. F. Haskell and daughter-in-law,
Mrs. F. W. Haskell, left for Cress
well, Tuesday where they will visit
relatives nnd friends.
Miss Cieseontin Glatt attended teach
ers institute at Silverton Saturday.
Mrs. Carl Schelik and children ot
Mulino are visiting at the lioino of
Ijlicr sister, .Mis. Sum Voder.
!' Mr. Gavin, Win. Blown, 8. J. Voder,
J Joe Dubois and Nick Alilicr motoroii
HI the fust of tlto week after having vis
jliteii with relatives here.
Miss Hobccca Bonne.v returned home
"I from Portland Saturday.
H ! Itcx Hontlcv returned home ff'om
Prominent Men o f Salem
I.uuis Lachmund all liouyli a young lniiii is acknowledged to ho. one uf Sti
ll nw.ut urnnrnuva n,,,l uiil.afiiiitiijl iiitivunu 1 T .1 l n a ....o.Li f..,. lli..
A.A. JtOllliey left for T.Vgh Valley ,,ilv ..,i ' romi-n una licnn rcnnnlfd with lln liiulumt ntfiiMi nf tfiiHl Imv-
lug served as mayor ot Salem with honor nnd (list piction.
Air. Ijielimund is a hop buyer and has achieved unusual success in hi
"hnsen business. He has lived in Oregon twenty-two yettrs and enjoys a
!r.rgo acquaintance of loyal friends. The growing of the finest varieties o,.
1 1 iiuus aim inns is ins lavoriie noonv. ins extensive orcnarus coniaiii inc
H Eastern Oregon lust week. ,.nros neaclies. neni s. iirunes and wniiuits. .
The gins ot the Woodburn high K His, opinion is valued among" his fellow men for its geninrWovity and
31-uuoi ii-i ;nm uiK'ii'iwi " " 1 ' UCCUl'ac V.
leuc dill) last ween wmi .icssie jik-kk, i
itr.uiili)iil nnmi lli"1w -tn 1 iri il Ptl t !
and Ida Hendricks secretary and treas
Mrs. Oeo. Foote Dunham of Portland
Hi HUB It JiUCni V " umiuuii
. jSundav. Thev attended the dedication
of the ( hnstjaii Science church.
Miss Helen Urnnt, .Mr. mid Mrs. II.
He is at iresent the Kxalted Ruler of Salem Lodge 3110 Ik J". O. ii.
You get more for your
money at Moores
Others make the prices,
we get the business.
Dismissed at Dallas
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Or., Nov. 25. The case
against Harvey Greenwood of this city
charged with contempt of court for
having failed to pay the jnonthly- ali
mony of $15 to hi former wife, Mrs.
Ixuoy GreenwonjJ, was dismissed by
Circuit Judge H..II. Belt Tuesday after
I'oon on the tondition "that. Greenwood
riaks the payments regular hereafter.
The amount was also cut down from
418 1o 7.30.-
QpRnnii A Awn ai i
uuiiui uun nnu nuu
There nro mauy tilings learned from
esiwrtence and obsen-ation that the
older generation should impress upon
the younger. Among them is the fact
that scrofula and other humors, which
produce eczema, boils, ' pimples and
other eruptions, eon be most success
fully treated .with Hood's Sarsapa-lilla.
This gmt medicine is a peculiar
combination of remarkably effective
Mood-purifying and health-giving
j-oots, barks and herbs, which are
fathered especially for it.
Hood's iinrsaparilla has stood the
test of -forty years.
Oct a bottle todav now from
your nearest drug store. Always
keep it on band, ' -
Assault Case Heard.
It. C. ITaiberg, a resident of the
neighborhood was tried before Justice
of the Peace Hardy Holman, Thursduv
morning on a char go of assault with a
dangerous weapon on the person of
Roy Bigler, a neighbor. Mr. Bigler al
leges that Halberg attacked him with
pitchfork Wednesday. The defend
ant wus bound over to the grand jury.
Former Dallas Citizen Jailed.
Tom ILiutt, a former resident of this
Capital City valued at $2,000. Mr. and
Mrs. Rempel will move to this city to
reside in the future having lived on
the farm for tho past SO years.
Mrs. V. S. Loughary returned to
day from a two weeks vSsit at the
home of her sister, Mrs. E. J. Hadley
Arthur Hnhn of the Rodgers Paper
Company, of Salem, spent Thursday
with friends in Dallas.
K. K. l'iaseeki, district
i ! Huff over Sunday
I1. Raymond Bassett and Miss Olive
W j Bassett motored from Xewberg to
a i Woodburn- Tuesday and visited Alis.
Si Ida Hen. hicks.
J. R. Brown of Salem was n guset at
(the homo of hie. daughter, Airs. Walter
Johnson Inst week. ,
Mrs. J. II. Richards"' ent to Kugone
Thursday to visit her daughter, Airs.
S. K, George, who is ill.
! SAturdnv eveninir the members of
II ! the senior class were delightfully en
SS j tertained at the lionje of Dewey Bitnoy.
" M"itt.fdln'!icous untiles ' wer-L tduVeii
Bruce Sims mid Ida Hendricks cutting
for first prize. Luncheon was servoit
by .Airs. Biincy, assisted by nor daugh
ter, Aliss Alethn lbtuey and Miss Kthel
Bouncy. Tho guests invited were:
Dovle ' Johmon, Oscar Beck, Leslie
were j Thompson, ' Lee Kims, Osmund Haugr,
Hewitt Higelow, r.llmrn suns, Asa
Foote, Boyd Yergcn, Bruce Sims, Alac
Aiillan Jones, Floyd Rice, Dewey Bit
ney, iris Clicnpweth, Gladys llurdcastlc
Pearl Blackiuun, .lessiu Hicks, .Minnie
Ida Hendricks, Alice noli-
Hayesville Notes i
(Capital .Toiirnul Spcciul Service)
Havesville, Nov. 2."i. Mrs. 11. Alii-
society of Hayesville will be Dec. I.
The school childrcns fair held lien
Inst Friday was very successful. Tho
teachers, Miss Attn Pattrson and Mira
Ruby Rotit-ii, were plwised at the dili'i
W. Melius of Portland were guests nt ..lt tt for,111r leside.it of this place ts n'V ' ,' m " "y 1 . '
thw hnmp of Mr nml Mrs Elmer B . , , . . .... . Daniel Clare, accompanied by his sis-
,e..''nnle.05 """ Mn' lAm" ".pleasantly located at Hilsboro. ., ,Mi !.,... l clr., of . ),.,. l.h,-
Bridgepor.L" were Dallas visitors Wed
Mr. and Airs. Frank Brown
Capital city visitors this week.
Circuit Judge H. "H. Belt was elect
ed one of the vice presidents of the
state bar association at the annual
TnOMtitifT tirtlil ill 1'nrtliiiwt thiy U'f.i!f
m. i . i ... u'..... i t Scttleinier.
.r.j .i.i". n:.i.....n ... i erts. Kdith Hawlcv. .Naomi Hicks, A'e!
H'vcu IV Kwn mii 1 1 m.ii iiivniL-tiii uifj ' ,, , i .1
have taken up their residence in the '." Hoiiimger and Lsther and Ruth
L. li: Brown projierty on Clay street. Diiiwoodie.
eitv, was sentenced to serve a term of elect, was in rortianu tins woeK at
thirty days in the Yamhill county jail! tending- thje annual meeting of the
r -l r tt n.u . I Ktiita Tilt r AuHnftiitinn.
attorney fr (.,.owev
is the new school super-
bootlegging charge. Hiatt drovo a
transfer wagon for the Star Trunsfer
company-while in this city.
Entertain at Five Hundred.
Air. and Airs. F. J. Craven enter
tained a number of friends at their
home on Mill street Thursday (! daughter will leave Sunday- for south
at five hundred. The honors were won orn i'UaforiiR points when! they will
ov Mrs. Asa a. nouinson, jr., uim laupud aevera months. Thev will uo ae
State liar Association.
Airs. John W. Orr visited at the
home of her mother in Monmouth the
first of the week.
Hon. and Airs. George W. Mover
have returned from a short visit with
their daughter, Airs. Zulu Simpson at
Air. pud Mrs. Ralph Riggs and little
Eiley Craven. After the game a delic
ious luncheon was served by the host
ess. Those who enjoyed the hospitality
of Mr. and Airs. Craven were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Craven, Air. and Mrs.
A. B. Craven, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wil
liams. Air. and Mrs. Tracy Staats, Mr.
and Mrs. K. W. Fullor, lr. and Airs. J.
R. Alleood. Dr. and Airs. A. B. Still
buck, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant, Mrs.
It. A. Woods, 'Miss Dilla B. Viers and
U. S. Loughary. "
Folk Farm Sold.
II. A. Roberts, of Salem, this week
purchased the 100 aore farm of G. .1.
Rempel, situated on the DallnsSnlem
road near Rickreall for approximately
$10,000. The terms of the sale being
$s,000 cash ; and property in the
(Oapitiil Journal Special Service.)
(juinaby, Ore.,- Nov. 25 Measles
have mbade their appearance in a liglit
form at. the Perkins school but few of
the pupils are confined to their homes.
The children of Rev. Guy Stover, of
Brooks, are among those recently uf-
tliuted in that neighborhood
Aliss Kvelvn C'oukliii made u
ness trii) to Portland Snturday.
Robert Poinsett of Hubbard visited
Airs. Sadie Dim irk is visiting her
brother at Alolalla.
Aliss Ruth Austin mid Xnouii Hicks
motored to SaleiuJ'iiduy, briuging Lc
land Austin home from tho Willam
ette 1'iiivcrsity wilh-theui.
Ihe ( hristian J-.ndeavor convention 1 1, visited relatives. Mrs. Alndison Hnr-
at Hrooks, Ore., oil Nov. .lit, was nt- Dert and Airs. Maiv Piuett during a
ll'llllt'M 11V III- 1 III IU IHj; IU"H"lllin
from the Hayesville branch: Mrs. Chaa
Reed, .Miss Huth Saucy, Prank Pitts,
Miss Miible King, Harry Wykoff ami
Francis Wykoff. Frank i'itts of Hayes
ville was elected secretary and trea-j"
urer of this district.
Air. and Airs. Isaac Hascy hnvfc
reached Hermiston, Kasteru Oregon,
aci'ording to letters received hero this
M. Stcttler purchased a new Alnx
wcll nulomobile this woeki ,.
The teachers training clavs met with
Miss Gladys Webb at the Webb homo
on Sunday, Nov. 19.
1n grippe, which held the bonrits
hero siuce early autumn, seems to liuvu
abdicated in favor of tonsilitis. Among
the young people who have been ill
were, Audrey White, Rubv Braiiuou
and Kniil Ri'Cjd, all of who mare recov
ering. Airs. K. Ktiger continues ill at hor
home with a complication of diseases.
Hayesville is becoming known as
"the home of Fords," Among those
getting new .mucliines of this make
this week are A. K. Zimmerman and
John Hickman. William Rickman pur
chased a 'Kurd a few months ngo and
now John Rickinnu has also invested
in a. Kord.
Rev. V.. Short preached at Hayes
ville last Sunday. Reverend and Mrs.
Patty of AIcMiiinville will have charge
of ihe services at Hayesville Nov. 2"
at II o'clock service.
The next meeting of the . literary
part of tho past week. Mr. Clare wan
en ro'ute for Alontgoinery City, Missou
ri for a isit.
vWillinm Hickman motored to Port
land and spent u few days last week,
Aliss F.ulu Brown of Oregon City
spent a few days with Cluxtar frieinw
returning to her home Wednesday.
Airs. L, John ho u is painting and re
pairing her Hnyesvillo property.
Harry Wykoff left today for-liar-lowtoun,
Molilalia, to accept 0 position
with the Wells Pargo Kxpress Co, of
that, place. - '
.Mrs. William rowers ami .mis. .las.
Byrne have as their guests Airs. .('has.
McAllister of Stayton, atid .Mrs." Jul n
Byrne of White Salmon, Washington.
Mrs. McAllister wits tWmorlv Aliss Kl-
jiun Byrne of Hayesville. Mrs. McAllis
ter was nccnmpaaicd by her throe, smell
The infant daughter of Air. and Mrs.
Fruiik Aluthcs of- Wnrouda was brr
ieiUhere on Alionnuy afternoon. The lit
tle girl wiis born oil Thursday Nov. Id
and passed away Nov, IS.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE BEST THERE IS IN
The Hiibbaard high school fuotball
... p. I away Saturdav, November IS. The fu
v Stumi. were i "or"1 ,onk I'lu'f' iioa(iay 1,1 Hayesville
Will there be a Victrola in ii
... . . ; "'.::..,". :., ii
Mrs, Robert Gamer and two children,
conipanied on their trip by Air. and
Mrs. II. R. Patterson, Jr., of Blind I
Mr. aud Airs. S.
and Air. and Airs, ilenrv btump were
Capital city visitors the first of the
Miss Alice Grant was a Corvallis; ?,f T('um hve '"'n visiting J
vi,itor the flr nf the week. Gamer's father, . M. Lick, at
Marshal Blessing of Portland is in
Dallas visiting at the home of his par
ents, Air. and Airs. S, W. Blessing.
C, S. Graves, the newly elected coun
ty "assessor has moved his family to
this city from their home near Balls
ton and are occupyiugTi residence- on
casf Court street. ' "
J. J. Leveck, a 'prominent resident of
the Airlio neighborhood was a county
sent visitor this week.
" Jud Poster and W. W. ' Frink of
i. i i :.u :.... i..u s:..t,.v.
On Thursday, November 10. a dauitli- T "". I""!" " . " u"" , c . ' J ,V ,
a i 1 i i UUV It I HI OUOII liilll IIIO .i 'I I II noil iiiH"
ter was born to Mr. and Airs. Franklyui v , ......
B. Mntthes, nt Wacouda, but passed
'mi'IiiuiI iIivi-ii. Ifniia thc'tirMt ltuiiih for
the Hubbard boys anil the first time
they had had any experiences of real
play. That the Jefferson boys did not
get clear nway from them sjieaks well
for the home learn as the visitors had
played other games this yeiir ami sever
al of them had been on the teum lit least
.1... .1 :ii
I'lni-c inr niu ouni juur uionius, will r- . .. , . .:,.Ji..
torn .luirtlv tn lr l,n, n,im..r ' ' . ' 18 H previotwly.
was formerly Misa Bertha Lick, a pop
ular teacher in this vicinity.
Friends of Kd Johnston, who suffer
ed u nervous breakdown as a result of
The visitors were
a fine, lot of fellows and won the gnnie
by it score of 18 toO. -
1- J. I'mble, of Gap, Pennsylvania, ar
rived Monday to spend a few days nt
I the home of Peter Ksch, cast nf Hub-
thn sensational methods of evangelism
practiced by the East Indian Fraley at
Silverton, will be glad to learn that he
has recovered. ' '
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.win, i nomiin j.iirnt-u, who recently i:,:.i n..i i.: x-..,u ii.,l-.... unu
entertained the Ladies' Aid society had V " v VT' l. Z r.Z .L.' i.J
bant, Mr. Vmblc nun traveling urouml
on niic of ihoHe circle triim flround the
t'nitcd Ntnti'ft thut Hi'iH him north throu
gh Chicfiffo from hid home town, up in
v !, fM ,"e'"1."r,Un:ibont, tlieu over the Souther,, Pacific I NhKJ
t''w vlr,"..'rAIr"- 1:.h,l'c,ur' south to the borders then east through! lW$
Aliss Agnus Jackson returned last
Friday from a week spent Willi her bro
vour home this Christmas? ii
Victrfflas sefl from $15 to $200. I have ALL STYLES
; ; -in stock
GEO. C. WILL
Mrs. Wm. Wcese, Airs. John Zeliniski,
Mrs. E. M. Tangquerry, Miss Lena Tan-1
r i r .. tt i
l""1'.'' "'"uru "amp, airs. j. .n.:,, H t,,,,!.., ( ....
oiu.k.o, ii. rn. u. live .loocn, .nrs. J lull .,, ,, .. I1V 11 , kl,l.
ston, who spent several month at the
Jackson homo. Mrs. Kidslon ttiil spend
the winter with .Miss Jackson uin Mrs.
Coleman in Hubbard-
Albert Gower, a resident of Stayton,
died on the .'1:25 south bound train Wed
nesday afternoon, nhile the train whs
running from Aurora to Hubbard. The
I .1.. ...I - !. ... lf I
are working for Mr. Dnrbin on Howell '"
! Prairie spent Sunday with home folks. ! b"rn P"'!"""' J
L, j '.. . .. u-, , -, disease was the cause of death.
Girod, Airs. AI orris, Jlrs. G. Looguire,
Mrs. Tom Larsen.
Silver Cliff Notes
f 'upital .Toiirual Special Service)
Silver Cliff, Or., Nov. ii. Kldrn
Alulkey anil Francis Charpillo. who
432 STATE STREET, SALEM
Airs. Armstrong is reported
Born Tuesday, Xov. 21, a boy
Mr on.l Mr Clifttin Klrnm
.Mrs. Horn spent Wednesday at the; '"'' ""r,u 01 -"euioru
....iini-tbrough the Southern Pacific agents
. . ehool""nt San Fraiiciwo and at present
ro'is located at Central Point, a good little
towu with lots of paved streets ft few
jay uses ins
Lclond Mulkey .brnuuht a load from
I Silverton Sntnrdav for J. H. Brewer.
Mr. Anderson is employed at the
There will be n road meeting at Pair-
Wedding, invitations, announcements,
and calling cards printed at the Journal
Job Department Prices right.
Journal Want ads will sell it.
Airs. Henry -Scholl went to Aurora
Wednesday to confer wilh Miss Kiiiiiin
Snyder, grand chief of the Pythian Sis
ters, for Oregon, who has just returned
from a trip in the eastern part of the
state. Mrs. Scholl has charge of the
altruistic work of the lodge for this
section. lliibbatd Enterprise,
8cU it Journal want ads will sell It.
Try tho Journal classified ads.
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i n the city nnd nt prices that please. A small deposit II F-l-'-'-f
j---' . - U will hold any articlo for you until the holidays. "r""
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