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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM OREGON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1918.
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"Ti. Orucinal Food-Drink For A3 A. OTHERS ar IMITATIONS'
Polk County's Honor Roll
Of eouree Polk county has gon over
the top in tbs fourth liberty loan cam
paign. No on doubted it from tbe fiKst
Hearty (overr citizen -who possibly
ronld do so hat purchased one or more
ttonds, yet there are some who have
failed to do so, or have not purchased
to the extent that they could. The war
is coming home to us here in Dallas
'and Polk county. Almost evciy hy
vnugs some new name oy mail or
graph to be added to the growing cas
ualty fast among the boys who have
gone "over there" from our local fire
ides. Look at this partial list of boys
from our own county who have given
wp their lives or have suffered and are
even now suffering from wounds tc
ceired in veritable bell of German
hate, and then ask yourself if you have
done everything you possibly can to
prevent this list from growing larger:
Orley P. Chase, killed in action.
Roy Johnson, Monmouth, killed in
Bmory Bartlett, Oak Grove, died of
Havily Merrick, from near 8heridan,
died from wounds.
Benjamin Hill, Eickreall, died from
Irving Baldcrrce, Dallas, wounded
Paul Pruast, Dallas, wounded.
AILMENTS OF WOMEU
There is no denying the fact that
thousands of American women drag
along day in and day out aeuffering
with these ailments peculiar to their
sex which make life a burden. If wo
men who suffer from dragging down
pains, inflammatory, ulcerated or ca
tarrhal conditions would only give the
greatest of all remedies, Lydia . Pink
ham ' Vegetable Compound, s trial,
they would readily find relief from
such suffering, as the many letters of
commendation constantly being publish
By CAEOL 8. DIBBLE.
Robert Muscott, Dallas, wounded.
Ross Hayes, Dallas, wounded.
(His Hays, Dallas, wounded.
Armine Voung, Independence, wound
Harry Stalknaker, Independence,
Hugh Coulsen, Dalla9, wounded.
Captain Conrad Stafrin, Dallas,
Lieut. Ralph Floyd, Independence,
It is not too late yet to buy a liber
ty bond, and thrift stamps end war
savings eertmcatcs are always lor
sale. Dallas Itcnuzer.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
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t Yon should be very careful and
five heed to the slightest indication
of impure blood. A sluggish circula
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appetite, a feeling of lassitude and 4
general weakening of the system. II
is then that you should promptly take
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build up and strengthen the whole
system. S. S. S. is sold by all drug
gists. Valuable information about the
blood supply can be had free by writ,
ing to the Swift Specific Co, 24
Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga.
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Heavy, pure wool Olive Drab sweaters with col
lar, two pockets and regulation Army buttons
A very fine quality and a splendid $7 fiJJ
Olive Drab Jersey Gloves they are light, soft,
elastic, warm just the thing for High 25c
School Cadets, pair
The very thing for Knitting Bags. These Japan
ese Wool Muslins are very attractive JJJJ
in design and durable as well, yard
Splendid trimming braids in Blues, Browns,
Greens, Blacks and Red, 1 C-
24 yard bolts ,
There are a great many good Silk short lengths
and remnants at greatly reduced prices. Be sure
to look them over.
Earl Withyeornbe, the son of Gov
ernor and Mrs. James Withyeornbe,
will leave for Washington, D. C, th
evening, preparatory to going to France
to join his regiment. Mr. Withyeornbe
has been spending the past two months
is Salem, recuperating from a protract
ed illness, following an attack of meas
lea early last spring. He was confined
to a hospital in Washington, D. C, for
a numbef of months, during which time
his sister, Miss Mabel ,W'ithycombe:
went east to be with him during 01
convalescence. He recovered sufficient
ly to come home the latter part of the
summer, and is now able to return to
his regiment. He is a memeber of com
pany A of the 20th engineers. Mrs.
Withycolube accompanied tier son w
Portland this morning, end will return
to Salem tonight.
Mm. S. E. Oliver and Mrs. Lela
Lynch went to Portland today to at
tend the annual convention of the Ore
gon Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, which convenes today at the
First Methodist enure of Portland and
will continue tomorrow and Friday.
This organization is devoting its en
ereies to the winning of the war an
under tbe council of defense has been
appointed to take charge of all relic
work for the state of Oregon. During
the past year a million articles for the
soldiers and war sufferers have been
made. The matters for special eonsid
oration are V ' Americanization." tand
"Moral Education." The matter of
providing women to take tne places of
men in industry and the insuring of
proper conditions for them and special
food conservation worn nave mipurt,
ant daces in the convention work
Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Bennett, ac
companied by Mrs. H. II. Olinger, Mrs.
Edwin Ij. Baker and Mrs. J. v. i,augu
ell motored to Portland yesterday, re
turning this evening.
Mr. nd MrB. William Burghardt, Jr.
entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brodie
of Oregon City, as their guests over
the week end. Sunday tho visitors
were the honor guests at a delightful
little picnic party, given by Mr. and
Mrs. Burghardt at the lllib.ee Country
Mr. and Mrs. C. C.Kuney left today
for Nownort, where they will enjoy
three weeks outing. Their daughter.
Miss Edith Carter Kuney, has return
ed to Spokane, where Bhe has resumed
her position in the language depart
ment at tho Lewis and Clark high
school. Miss Kunoy spent the summer
in Portland, taking the reconstruction
course at Heed college, offered to those
desiring to enter thut phase of ser
vice in France. Miss Kuney will con
tinue in her present position until no
tified of an opening, whereby she can
go over in the capacity of a icon
Miss Mary Jane Albert has entered
Mis. Catlin's school for eirls at Pert-
land. Whilo there she will study piano
under Mrs. Thomas Carrick Burke
Mian Albert is the dauchtcr of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph H. Albert, 243 North
Mrs. Merril Moores of Portland 'is
the Buest of her sister, Mrs. John
Withvcombe. of Labish Meadows. Mrs,
M.iores arrived todajft and will remain
in Salem till Friday morning, when 8ho
will bo ioincd by Mr. and Mrs. Will
Trov an d Mrs. Karl Steiwer of Seat
tle and ' will accompany the Seattle
nartv on a motor trio to southorn Cali
fnrnia. Lieutenant Moores is how in
Franco with a flying corps.
Mrs. J. S. Austin returned this morn-
insr from Berkeley. California, where
she went t attend tho funeral of her
nephew, Private Harold L. Higgins,
who died at Brooklyn, New York, of
Spanish influenza. Mr. Higgins was t
former University of uaiitornia siu
dent. Mrs. Austin wlas away about
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Canfield are vis
iting in Portland this week.
Soendiusr few days in Portland
are Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Blake of Sa
Frani X. Arens, the vocal authority
of New York'ity, who lias been con
ducting a special vocal course in Port
land, had a flashlight picture taken of
part of his class before his depart
ure. Among the former Snlemites pres
ent in the picture are Miss Helen Cal
breath, Miss Eveline Calbreath and
Tom Ordeman. Mr. Otdeman was solo
ist at the meeting of the Emergency
Fleet Corporation club, held at the
Portland hotel last week. His splendid
voice and stirring interpretation of a
patriotic song won enthsuiastic appre
ciation. Mr. Ordeman was a Salem vis
itor over the week end.
. . WILSON LIKELY
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and limbers up stiff, aching joints
Wizard Oil is a good, dependable
preparation to keep in the medi
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doctor may be far away. It is an
absolutely reliable, antiseptic appli
cation for cuts, burns, bites, and
stings. Sprains and bruises heal
readily under its soothing, pene
Get a bottle from your druggist
for 25c and use the medicine. If
not entirely satisfied take the bot
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If you are troubled with consti
pation or sick headache try Ham
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oats, Suits, Dresses, Waists
1400 BEGISTE2 AT ETJGENB
University of Oregon, Eugene, Oct.
9. Total registration at the universi
ty is now approximately 1400, includ
ing those taking regular college work,
members of the students army train
ing corps, who number about 550, and
the 300 men in the officers' training
Students taking regular college work
number 553, of whom only 57 aro men,
including those enrolled at the Bible
Before applying powder give your
skin a protecting coat of
Shields skin against wind and weather.
Prevents tan and sunburn. Keeps skin soit
and velvety. Eliminates cam of most com
plexion defects. Absolutely essential to
proper care of facial beauty. Try it.
MBS. IRENE SCOTT
125 N. High St.
President Wilson's peace terms she can
o so, but she will have to arrange
then and there for a permanent armis
tice, officials say.
Continued from page one)
MEETING EVERY REQUIREMENT
Of style, quality, value and variety. Garments to meet every need and at
prices that stand the test of comparison. To fully appreciate our exceptional
assortment you must come Mid see it while it is at its best. A .visit to our
ready to wear department just now will surely be a pleasure.
U. G. SHIPLEY COMPANY
PREPARE TO DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY
tack oast of the Meuse, which began "which gave the condition
yesterday, already has released the fa-:aEainst 67.4 a month ago.
mous city from the enemy's four yeari The i,ldicatcd corn crop is 0,717,775,
gri?" i.a- i, v v , J000 bushels, compared with 3,159.494
lighting over fie d, which had not 000 a3 thc final fi for 1917
vZlnV lnA T . a .A year a th condition of cora wes
iTench and Americans have advanced m, . .
a , ... ... . . J.-
mure iuku two unit's on a irom oi
about seven miles.
Tki ATUlfttfinn .1.A Vn. van1n
strengthened the right flank of the 3 for J1"1.7, Was W
The ten year average for the
.month is 75.0.
1 '!' u ,. : l : . , a ... t ...nn,
OTPntlv ' muituieu uais crop is 1.000,-3 j
Americans west of the Meuse. Altho 00, . The indicated yc'l a month ago
heavy rains over the whole front have,was i.4''.iwUH)l.
made the goinr difficult, nressnre Tlle indicated spring wheat yield is
against the Kriemhilde-Stollung line is 363,195,000. A month ago the indicated
increasing all along the line. The Ger
mans between the Meuse and the Ar-
gonne forest are in danger of being
shoved back a considerable distance.
Wheat Crop Of 1917 Was
Over Nine Mubon Bushels
yield wag about 343,000,000. Thw 1917
final figure was 232,758,000.
The indicated corn yield per acre
October I, wag 23.9 bushels. A month
ago the indicated yield per acre was
23.5 bushels. The final for 1917 was
26.4 bushels. The ten year average
yield per acre is 26.4.
The indicated yield of spring wheat
per acre ia 16.1 bushels. Tho final for
indicated 1917 wag 12.6 bushels. The ten year
Washington, Oct. 9. The
wheat crop is 918,920,000 bushels, the j average ig 13.1 bushels.
war department of agriculture estimat
ed today. The total as given in the
final figures for 1917, was 650,828,000
Au improvement in the eovu crop
wag noted in the report of October 1
The indicated yield of all wheat per
acre is 15.6 bushels, compared with a
ten year average of 14.7 bushels.
Journal Want Ads Pay
WEAK, WEARY WAMEN
Learn the Causa of Daily Woes and
When the back aches and throbs,
When housework is torture,
When night brings no rest nor sleep,
When urinary disorders set in,
Women's lot is a weary ono.
Doan's Kidney Tills are for weak
Have proved their worth in Salem.
This is one Salem woman's testimony
Mrs. L. M. Dragcr, 9ti9 8. Thirteenth
St, says:-"! can conscientiously say
Doan's Kidney 'Pills are a reliable
medicine or kidney disorders. I have
taken them at different times when X
have had a dull, tired feeling across
my kidney and whlcu jniy kidneys
haven't been acting regularly. Doan'
have nover failed to give me quick re
lief, it is only once in a great whilo
now that I have to use a kidney medi
cine. ' '
Price tiOc. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy - get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Dragcr had. Fostcr-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs.. Buffalo, N. Y.
We" captured Gornay and aeainst
stubborn fighting continued our ad
vance in the Argonne forest, East of
the Meuse French and American troops.
serving with the first army, made a
Brilliant attack in the vicinity 0f the
Bois Dcs Canrcs D'Haumont. The vil
lages of Consenvoye, Brabant Haumont
and Beaumont have been occupied and
tne enemy has been driven well beyond
On both banks of the Meuse our
own -troops and the French are now
pushing the enemy from the scene of
the desperate strueele for Verdun. The
numDer or pnsoners taken as the re
sult of 'the day's operations exceeded
iuuo. VI these, over 1500 were taken
oy .French units cast of the Meuse,
This brines the total number canturcd
by this command in the last few days
to over 4000. The French also captured
mortars of 30 calibre aiid other ma
VERDUN FREE AT LAST
By Fred & Ferguson
(United Press staff correspondent).
With the American First Armv, Oct
Verdun ig now freed from German
artillery domination, as was Ehcims.
success of the Franco-American at
Brush This Through Faded,
ttreaked Locks And They
Become Dark, Glossy,
criticised the form, hold that tbia sub
stance of that paragraph showod clearly
that there is no disposition to talk
peace except on our own terms.
Entente diplomats were plainly re
lieved attl.v method thc president pur
sued, Thev designated this action as a
notice to Germany that she must couie
around to the American-allied view
point or be punished into defeat by the
onward pressing Unitvd States-allied
It has long been an allied eondition
that evacuation must precede ay peace
parleys, Tresidet Wilson includes that
for the first time, and it wag said to
day, he meant evacuation of Francv
Belgium, 8crlia, Italy and Rumania and
removal of submarines from the high
Neither the allies nor America will
consider any temporary aruiietice ,it,who desire dark hair and
-wag authoriatively stated today. appearance. It is not intended for the
' If Germany wants to arrange the cure, mitigation or prevention of die
"practical details" of application of ease.
Almost everyone knows that Save
Tea and (Sulphur, properly compound-
a, Drings Hack the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streak-
I or gray. ears ago the only way to
get tnis mixture was to make it at
heme, which is mussy and trouble
some. Nowadays, bv askimr at any
rug store for "Wveth's Saee and Sul
phur Compound", you will iret a laree
bottle of this famous old reeipe, im
proved by the addition of other ingre
dients, at a small cost.
Don't stay grayt Try It! No one
ean possibly tell that you darkened
yonr hair, as it does it- so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
soit brush with it and draw this thru
your hair, taking' one small strand at
a time; by morning the gray hair dis
appears, and after another application
or two, your hair becomes beautifully
dark, glossy and ttractive.
Wveth's Page aiid Sulphur Compound
is a delightful toilet requisite for those
The Feldstefn-Drektor Furniture Company, the owners of the Imperial Furni
ture Company, of Salem, 177 North Liberty street, decided to make a general
CLEAN UP SALE ON EVERY ARTICLE IN OUR STORE, and in order to
do so we will give an additional discount of 10 per cent from the former sale
This is your life time opportunity and if you don't buy
your household goods now at such reductions you will
pay 40 to 75 per cent more after we have left the city.
12 MORE DAYS and
this store will close its doors forever.
Don't delay this opportunity. Come in early as you can ;
while the selections are good.
We offer you the White Rotary Sewing Machine,
the regular price which is $85.00, to dispose of'
them quickly we will sell them at
yr r r.n. JmP
Will you let this wonderful bargain pass?
$2.50 Carpet Sweeper, only $1.25
Only one to a customer.
FeldsteinDrektor Furniture Co.
177 North Liberty Street Salem.
SPECIAL!!! During this sale we will accept Second Hand Goods as part pay
ment on new ones.
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