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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON' MONDAY. DEC. 4, 1916.
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Store of Gale & Co. will be
closed Today, Tuesday
, and Wednesday
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for a most thrilling announcement in Wednes
day's Morning and Evening Papers. It is of
the Greatest Importance to You.
Postpone All Your Buying and
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Apply to Manager Between 10 and 11a. m.
- 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
We're proud of our Overcoats
because we know their quality.
Real merit in style, comfort
and long wear is built right
into the overcoats we sell.
They are the product of the
best makers in the country
and carry , a distinctive air
about them that is as pleasing
as their low prices.
STATE AND LIBERTY STS.
The House That Guarantees
Miss Clara l'erry, the house guesf ofjKurl.
Mrs. V. H. Cornelius, returned home! i)r. alui jrIussev had a family le
Friday morning. I ,. ....
Menin IVaraon is home from the hos- j l,m"" H'..kKvig dy.
pit it I mill gaining strength each day; Mr. .Steve VunCleave, of Woodbuin,
Hollis uud Frederick JJunsoiue were iN quite sic k tit die home of his sister,
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Hiuuiin im u muii in iiiu iuuimii .Mrs. I.. K. .Iuiguii. Dr. Massev is t
UlllUU HI VOrMIIMH Ull CUllllUtIV Ul lBl
Mrs. J. I I.yle is huiue from Onk
.Miss Hnzel Fleet woood apeiit Thank
giving with her parents.
Tudor Farrens, a deputy jioih muster in
the l'ortland postoffiee, was up to eat
Thanksgiving dinner with his mother,
Bert MeKuy hus sold his interest in
the Turner meat market to Juek 11am
phrey. Johnnie Watson, is ill. Hou'J worry
boys, it is not the result of too much
Mrs. Kdith Knusoin and daughter,
C'nrolyn, are at Astoria, the . guests of
Mrs. Mian. . ,
Mrs. Knberg, of fniidim, Oregon, was
at Biirrs,u few dnvs this week the guest
of Win. I.ee MeC'uleb.
Klsie Jeuns Is home from the logging
Mr. hud Mrs. Cobbs. of West Stay
ton, were,at the W. A. Martin home this
Mrs. 1 S. Wold, of Mill City, former
ly of Turner, was at the home of Mrs.
Maude Hone on Tuesday.
(rcorge Itiiusoni was the invited guest
at Agent Miller's on Thursday.
Mr. liurdick and 1.. ('. Cuvamnigli
were ill our town Friduy.
Kverv one will have to contribute to
the piny shed or lose their, popularity
with the student body.
Miss (lladys Salisbury as hero from
f orvallis this week.
Itichard Hoover and Vesler Honoa of
Shaw, spent Tuesday evening with .1.
M. and '. F. Bones.
K. Iliininyiniin was iu town this
Floyd Fleetwood was a Turner visit
or Friday evening.
Someone mut have the idea that Tur
ner is going to boom, as another gen
eral merchandise, store is reported to
TIim Win. A. Martin Lumber company
has been very busy for the past two
The story of "My Husband ami 1"
is the topic, of tlio day and is always
discussed at the Five o" '.'lurk teas. The
onlv point that each one can agree on
is "why are the chapters no longer?."
L. W. Holier! sun went to I'orlinml on
business Saturday morning.
W. If. Harris spent part of last week
with his son, Joe, at Sliedds.
I'lofussctf Merritt gave a lecture at
the school house Friday evening.
Mr. ami -Mrs. H. I., hurl entertaineu
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bear and family
pcnt Friday at Kosedalo at the home
of ills. Bears' sister, Mrs. R. M. Cam-mock.
I'. K. Denver was confined to his
home several days on account of lu
.Mrs. r.stlier Aeal is visiting at toe
home of her dnughter, Mrs. T. K. Kd
wards, of Monmouth- . '
Mr. ami Mrs. Willis Small, of Inde
pendence, spent - Thanksgiving at .the
home of L W. Smnll.
Mr. Chris Hansen, who has been la d
wup with hi grippe for several days, is
up and around ngiiiu.
-Miss Hazel Bear, who is utteudins
school ut Newberg, is spending. a fe
days tit home.
liugene Mc.yicker arrived here 'ruin
Kimsns on Tuesday to be at the hcdiiio
of his brother, who has been very sic I..
Mr. and .Mrs. D. A. (Miorn enter-t.-iiued
u few friends oil Thursday even
ing. Games were played and light
Mrs. Cnl Small, who has bcni
very sick, is reported better-
The State Hoard1 of Health is making
a survey of the slain of (begun fur
tuberculosis. The work is being I'innnnd
by the Oregon association for the pp.--veulioii
of I uhciTulosis, that sells tiw
red cioTh seals. Part of the fund is
used for iictual relief in families where
it is needed and part in education alorg
public health Inn s.
.Miss Cronen, a member o'f the Xa'ien-
nl Association for the Prevention of Tu
berculosis, is euiidiiet ing the survey in
Oregon, is now' doing Marion county
and I timer vicinity.
1 their daughter, Miss r.arl, ot haiein, also
m' their daughter, Mrs. Lester Harper, and
: fiunilv. and Mr. mid Mrs- Sellwooil, of
Siileni, (Mr. Karl's sister and husband)
on Thanksgiving day.
Mrs. Lester Hinper motored to In
deponiloneo on Friday to be the guest
of Mrs. Willis SiniilL for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Hell wood spent Thanks
giving night at the home of Mr. 11. L.
(Capital Journal Special Soivrce'i
fiales. Or., Dee. :l. Carl Smith nr
rivi'd huiue from Washington IVidny.
Mi. I'nclric and tamily moed lo
eiunp Id Satiiidiiv.
Mr. and 'Mrs. '.. W. Hall served
Tliiuilisniving dinner ut iheir lion.-,
and had a lovely time. There were
It still rains and the snow can !o
seen on the iiienntains near tittles.
Kthel Wigcns left Snturday for I'o-t-hind
wheie she will spend the wititi-t;
she has been visiting tier mother, Mrs.
( ollins for some time.
Mrs. Fair hus been very ill, but is
able to be up and mound u little now
Her hii.-bund llammie ts very sick w i: i
The school children have had a four
day vacation and all seem to be e,i
, joying themselves.
I.nngilon Stafford and Mi'.s Me is
were to lie married loday and lcuw
for Albauv un their houeyinoiin trip.
Mrs. Noun Stafford left for Sale.n
flell it Journal wnnt ads -will fell it.
team was defeated Tbanlisgiving day a strictly up to date Hotel.
hy the Dallas high irhnol team bjv a
I m score of to i. ine game was eicit-, Ballston Man Breaka BacK
(Capital Journal Special Service) , iny from start to finish and it was only ! ,,()Wnlall , fesideut of
Halloa Dee 2 TllOS. t attierwooil rr- on ai-coum oi a iiuraun ... j ' ,r - i i i.
Dallas, Dee. t. 1 ? , h tllp ,n,li:n, ,at . w01l ; Balfston neighborhood
turned the firs of the jK-ek. frotr , a ten M viMon Ken w,.avi).r, ,,,, lhis W.K i,v
Coiumb'ia Mr Catherwooil says that men and good players too. . j Smith of Sheridan and l'lac.ed in the well eiii.ped for eating places, having
theTountrv iV in a prosperous condi-; Hotr7nKe8 HaBds ' Dallas hospital suffering with a brok-'two hotels, two restaurants and a nuiii-
thvn aad that there Is very little talk, Yn" "ft" ", nt 1,,,-k recuved l.v railing down a ber of boarding houses.
niiH,tnndin the fact, "e uw. , a:....:.... :.. un.
... ,,., .! i ii treets Mas oeen imr- tru c """ .. - .
men '""... ..i i;.i k. ;., in n vet-v cr t chL com i- mayor on visit w rmiura
chased by v. r. r.inioresn i f.ii-.. " 7r " .... u.,.i i Arvnr ud Mrs. K. C. KUkl.alriek
I " Dallas Has New Restaurant
. Arthur (iriswold o. Forest drove has
opened a rcstuiirant in the room west
the of the Kosv Korner con feet innearv and
, wa; brought Jo j
Dr. Wm. Tyler-! of all descriptions. Dallas is now fairly
k.t Oinnsands of the VOUng
' the country are fighting in Europe.
II he was digging in Bnllston. I he
Klniore m experienced iniuren man n in a very emirni.ru
1....-1 . ..f lnrtln.l. Mr. Klnioie ha- tion as the Irwer limr-s are purnivzeu
v,u.l ttu. o ace renovated aa.l put in hiui mk"v -'r'"
Tke ClS. l""oo. footbaUifi c.assHonJition and intends to run hi. recovery.
(Capital Journal Spciul Service.)
Turner. Ore.. Dae. J. Hichnrd firay
prepared to serve short order meals; t the Thanlisuiving d;iv with home
(rrnnt Fnrris returned fma Canada
Mr. and Mrs. It. O. Thomas spent a
few- days iu l'ortland this week.
Martin Nicely is home from 1'ort
bind. Dr. J. W. Unn-oin was a Turner vmit
or the first of tho week.
entertained for; are in I'orllnnd for a short inisiness
biscuits and pastry, use
K C BAKING POWDER
Always safe and reliable. Hit
isn 't all we claim your grocer
will refund your money.
JAQUES MFG. CO CHICAGO