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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1918)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918.
1 All Around Town
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3 5 KSiJ r
ALWAYS DO BETTER
' When They Buy Their Furnishings at a . .
J. C. Penney Store
Because they get the Best of Merchandise at the Least Money. During These
While the Cost of Living is so high; You will find it to your interest to see us
Suits, Overcoats, Mac-
Shirts, Etc., Etc.
SUITS $14.75 TO $25.00
OVERCOATS $16.50 TO $22.50
MACKINAWS $ 7.90 TO $ 9.90
DRESS SHIRTS $1.25 and $1.49
FLANNEL SHIRTS $2.25, $2.49, $3.25, $3.98
UNION SUITS $1.98, $2.49, $3.49, $4.50
TWO-PIECE UNDERWEAR 98c, $1.49, $1.98
"ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER"
! The egg market is doing a little air-
planing all by itself. Today buyer fori
, the Portland market are ottering iVe
I ash per dozen for crate shipments and
; buyers say the chances are good for nia
.; ferial advances within the next few
Oct. 19. Last day of regis
tering for city election.
Oct. 23. Klection of Directors
Willamette Chapter, Red Cross.
Oct. 27 Sunday. At night,
turn the time back one hour.
Nov. 5. Election day.
' is ail j on can do when
Call Webb Clough Co.
Salem and vicinity may not be an all
aroun year berry season but it seems
that the raspberry insists on producing
fruit even this late in the year. M. Paul
son of Salem Heights was showing to
day. luscious bunch of tho red resp
berrv more suggestiw of spring than
along towards the middle of October.
Lady Maccabees attention. Meeting
Dr. A. McCulloch has returned from
vacation spent at Newport and will
be in her office as usual. tf
Dr. Schenk has now returned from
his vacation and he extends a cordial
invitation to his patrons and friends
to visit his institution- tf
Miss Elizbetl Levy made a most de
cided hit with members of the Salem
Elks' lodge when she entertained them
last evening in open session with sever
al violin solos. Miss Levy had the good
taste to play selections rthat appealed
to the Elks, including numbers with a
fine military swing ,all of which were
Fancy creamery storage 55c
Butter, churned fresh
daily 67c pound
Who selects the clothes
ou pay for?
You fool nobody but yourself whhen you wear cheap clothes. You
feel poorly dressed. You discard them as soon as you feel you can.
You get no lasting pleasure out of them. Buy
Hart Schaf fner & Marx
They cost' only a few dollars more to buy, and they give you so many
more dollars' worth of wear and satisfaction. They are less expen
sive in the end, and keep you looking your best all the time.
Isn't that the kind of clothes you want?
We've got a big stock of them here for you
man from 17 to 70.
-smart styles for every
$3 TO $6
SUITS $25 TO $60
OVERCOATS $25 TO $65
$5 TO $9
Tender baoy chickens
frying, 30c pound.
Chickens that you can roast
and will be tender
Wood Special For 10 days only Be
ginning Oct. 8 we will sell 10 loads 16
inch mill wood at $2.90 per load,
nrompt delivery. Spauldmg Logging
Notice: We axe ready to receive el
der and vinegar apples at the following
prices: Cidar appos, gouna fruit gnait
en from trees, $10 per ton. Vinegar ap
ples, windfalls and down fruit, $8 per
ton. Sacks furnished, Gidieon Btolz Co.,
near corner' Mill and Summer Bts. 10-18
In the suit of James W. Clark against
L. B. K?llv for $415.44 wages, on trial
in the circuit courtbeforo Judge Kelly
the iurv lute yesterday afternoon
brought in a verdi for $25 for Mr.
Clark. The trial was to decide whother
Mr. Clark had bought the sawmill near
Sublimity or whether hw was working
Dance Saturday night at Bfooks. Ev
Dancing. "Let's Qo" to Alkire'i
and learn to be a real dancer, he goes
to all publie dnmwn he dances and
knows what the public is dancing.
Let's cot started right. Phone 1380J.
There seems to be some difference as
to whether next Saturday, Oct. 12 is
legal holiday or just a common holiday
The Postal Telegraph has received no
tlce to do businoss on regulation holiday
hours, that of 8 until 10 o'clock in tho
morning and from 4 to 6 o'clock m the
evening. As yet, the Danas nave niaae
no arrangements to closo lor the uay
It is thought also that business at the
courthouse will grind along as usual.
dance at Brooks Saturday
Mrs. Ralph White announces
opening of her juvenile classes
Oct. 12. 2 to 4 and for her junior -ball
room danctnir. Kri. afternoon Oct. 18
4 till , at otillion hall. Phono 273J
The stenographer, man or woman, who
happens to be betwecu tke age8 of 20
and 30 years, stands a fine clianite of
becoming a government employe under
tho civil service, provided of courso a
satisfactory examination can be passed
The examination is not very severe and
will be hold in Snlvm, Oct. 19, Nov.
and Nov. 16. The pay as a Btarter
1100 a vnr with a maximum of $1400,
Tho interested should apply to the
postoffico for proper application blanks.
Made in our Day-Light
The ne wLiberty sausage
MIDGETS 20c POUND
Little breakfast sausages.
They are delicious. Try
them 25c pound '
Sausage meat 17 l-2c lb.
Liberty Steak 17 l-2c lb.
Legs of Cream fed
VEAL 25c POUND
Veal Stew, 15c pound
The best and biggest
assortment in town.
Buying all our hats di
rect from New York
factories saves you all
the middleman's pro
fit. Ladies Hats $1.98 to
Children's Hats 98c to
Special Velvet Tarns
$1.98 and $2.98 Each
Our Prices Always The Lowest
Gale & Co.
Commercial and Court Sts. Salem
Formerly Chicago Store
Boys of the Oregon State Training
school are getting along all right and nc
cases of the rip hav0 developed. How
ever, Mr. Gilbert, the superintendent,
asks that, friends postpone their visits
to the institution for a week or so or at
last until the influenza scare is over
Sixty-five of the boys arc out working
for farmers in the prune crop, six aiQ
working in dryers and six are in the
Turner flax mill. Tho others are all
busy working around the farm and tfi,e
Roasts of Corn Fed
PORK 30c POUND
Tender and Juicy
Genuine Milk Fed '
Sirloin of Baby beef 20c lb.
T-Bone of baby beef 20c lb.
Tender roast of baby beef
18c pound 1
Nice boiling pieces of baby
beef, 12 l-2c pound
Pure lard", per pail $1.40
Best shortening, per pail
Follow the Crowds to the
Originators of low prices
351 State St.
Dorothy Gish who witlh George Faw-
nett strs in "Hearts of the Wild" I&lfelS$feffifcSSt
J I appearing next Sunday at the Oregon
4 ' Theatre. L
CARD OF THANKS .
Wo take this means of thanking our
friends for their kindness during our
recent bereavement. And especially to
the members of tho G. A. K. Mrs. F.
B. Gamble, Sr., and family.
Through a duplicalon of the records
it hag been found that the total for the
Fourth Liberty Loan drive is $80,000
less than the amount announced yester
day This leaves the total sum plodged
in Salem at $712,000, to which may be
added the few pledges that aro coming
in through solicitations of those who
have bven re-rated and asked to increase
At the court house today, the jury
in the suit of Lango against Taylor
brought in a verdict of $60 in favor of
the plaintiff The parties live neai
Chemawa. According to tho testimony
Lange had sold Taylor a farm and Tay
lor had taken possession, but had not
carried out paymvnts. Tho verdict gives
Lange possession of the farm, although
it is on of thoBO cases that may be
appealed to the supreme court.
Owing to the fact there is no Libert)
day celebration in Salem tomorrow, pub
lic institutions will remain open as usu
al oven if Columbus did discover Am'
erica on October 12, several years ago
Hence people will receive their mail a)
usual, the banks will observe the regu
lar hours and life in Salem will glidi
along at its usua steady pace regardes!)1
or what the rest of the world may be ,
doing to observe the day, j
Every mag generally hag a side in-1
tercet besidvs his regular work and this,
is true of attorney, M. E. Pogue. At j
the recent Oregon statcfair Mr. Pogue j
was given first award for a painting of :
landscape with cattle and a second
award on a marine scene, both depict
ing lifts in Oregon. Mr. Poguo exhibited .
three paintings and received two aw i
ards in competition with such well,
known painters as Clyde Keller of Tor
land and others. Last year he received
a first award on a figure study and fm
the past 20 years when exhibiting, has
always carried off at least one first
DR. W. E. STANTON
Skin and Scalp Specialist
Treats all eruptions and
blemishes of skin and scalp.
Latest appliances for treat
ing the feet. Satisfaction
518 U. S. Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
For Appointments -Phone
Portland Furniture Dealer want
all kinds of second hand furniture,
stoves, gag ranges, ete. Best price
paid. Phone 951.
Hemstitching end Picot edge
We do this work In lle best
All work guaranteed.
Singer Sewing Machine to
Tick So Tosg
Chinese Medicine end Tee, Oe.
Has medicine which will eue
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 s. a.
nntil 8 p. m.
153 South High St
Balea, Oregon. Pfcoae 181
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and give you
a square business deal.
I always pay the highest
I WANT YOUR -SACKS
I buy all kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber and junk.
Get my Prices Before
you sell. 1
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa Street
A Good Crowd Sy
A Big Time
The Dance for iDancers
Music Starts Promptly at 8 P.M.