Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 18, 1918, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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SALEil, OBEGOJI
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A I ISuiLj A 'yQulia J JlTu 11
for Salem to Prove Herself
aftrio.tic
Have You Done Your Full Duty?
We urge everyone with credit to
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You owe it to
z Your Country
Your City
Yourself
We Will Help You
Ladd & Bush, Bankers ,
United States Nat. Bank"
Capital National "Bank
Salem Bank of Commerce
CAMPAIGN CLOSES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19th
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'The teat" li all yon can do when
death eomea. Call Webb A Clongh Co-
Phone 120. . . .
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Attention G. A. E. No more lodge
meetings until further notice. F. A.
Townsend, commander pro tern.
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Dr. C. Hartley, dentist, Moore build
ing, 407 Court St. Painless filling and
extractan. Pyorrhea. tf
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Wanted We need 100 -women to
work in the preparatory department.
Good wages and steady work all win
ter. Apply at once Salem King's Pro
ducts Co., Front St. . 10-19
Will ship all kinds of livestock Tues
day. October 22. Will pay the highest
market price possible. Phone, G. VV.
Eyre, 2206M evenings. 10-19
TVt Rchenlr has now returned from
liia wartinn. anil 1lA AYt.ATlda A COrdi&l
invitation to hie patron end friends
to visit ni institution. . u
vannx RnairisJ Tor in dava onlv be
ginning Oct. 8 we' will sell 10 loads 16
.:n of 9. Kl) nor load.
lu;u UilU TVVV V T ' f
prompt delivery. Spaulding Logging
eonipany.
A tnlem-am was received this morn
ing stating that Miss Eugenia Thayer
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had oiea at uemeiey, ai. xiur umui
was due to pneumonia following an at-
n.L- tha infnenr.A' ftllfl WAfl the
niece of A.. N. Bush and Miss Sallio
Bush.
i I 'TOWELS, BATH TOWELS
and BATH SE
TS
We have these useful articles for you yet at old time low prices, which you will
be sure to appreciate:
FACE TOWELS 12c, 15c, 18c and 25c each
WHITE BATH TOWELS .12 l-2c, 2()c and 25c each
FANCY BATH TOWELS . . . . .25c, 35c, 49c, 59c and 69c each
WASH CLOTHS ............ .r 5c each
BATH SETS-which make exceptionally GOOD USEFUL GIFTS. There are
3, 4, and 5-piece sets in nice boxes at. .......... .98c, $1.25, $1.69, and $1.98 Set
EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN---AT
PRICES THAT APPEAL TO ALL.
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Incorporated
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ITrying To Comply
With Wilson's Terms
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Amsterdam, Oct. 18. Mem
bers of thereichstag, the fed
eral council and the cabinet
and the military and naval of
ficials conferred In Berlin yes
terday, in, regard to the reply,
which will be sen$ to President
.Wilson, according to advicea
received horo today. The re
ply, it is reported, is not . yet
completed.
' Amsterdam, Oct. 18. In com
pliance with President Wil
son's note, Austria is evacuat
ing occupied territories, accord
ing to a Vienna dispatch re
ceived here today.
Amsterdam, Oct. 18. Han
delsblad publishes "with re
serve" and unconfirmed report
that all German submarines
have boen ordered to return to
their bases.
Miss Xiua Smith of Muncie, Indiana,
'' kaa accepted a position in tho Snlem
schools. She will bv in charge of tho
supervision of music in the elementary
jrrftdttg and teach in the thiro ju..u
kigh schools. She succeeds Miss Joy
Ilnals who i now Mrs. li. W. Turner of
Baa Antonio, Texas. - -,
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, CMneM Medicine u Tea O.
Sh medicine which will m
say known disease.
Op a Bnndaji from 10 m.
util 8 p. m.
188 Sontk High Bt
Gklem. Oregon. Fhoe St
WANTED.
Portland Furniture Dealer wants
all kinds of second hund ftlrniture,
stoves, gas ranges, e'e. Best price
paid. Phone 951.
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Hemstitching and Pieot edge
work.
We do this work la 'ie beet
manner.
All work guaranteed.
t Singer Scwisg KacHss Co
Fhon 441 ;
337 EtU Btree E-aleu
In the case of Arthur Hcrboldt, by
Grace Kiley his guardian, against Wal
ter K: Qnyer, the plaintiff moves the
court for an order dismissing the com
plaint as everything had been settled
out of court.
DH W. I STANTON
Dermatologist and Foot Specialist.
Specializes'' in removing superflous
hair from face ,neck and arms. Facial
work for removal of blemishes.
Also the latest appliances tor treat
ment of the feet.
Try Stanton's face cream, massage
cream and freckle lotion the best that
moiR.y aa buy.
Ladr Assistant
DR. W.L STANTON
. Licensed Dermatologist,
513 United State, Bank Building.
Phone 41S.
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and give you
a square business deal.
I always pay the highest
cash prices.
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS
I buy all kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber and junk.
Get my Prices Before
you sell. '
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Phone 398
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa Street
Oct. 19. Last day of regis
tering for eity election.
Oct. 23. Election of Directors
Willamette Chapter, Ked Cross.
Oet 27 Sunday. At night,
turn the time back one hour.
, Mov. 5. Election day.
"The funeral oeauUfuf'Webb
Clough Co. tf
ti:.'.i'.s'.s:,.:,:'.,-'.i,.sti,.s'.siai
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WHERE YOUR DOLLARS
HAVE MORE CENTS
Tender Baby Chickens
30c
Butter ;
55c
Get acquainted with our bread
10C PER LOAF
PORK IS DOWN
Tender Roast Of Corn Fed
" PIG PORK
Th best and biggest as
sor ment in town. Buying
all our hats direct from
New York factories saves
you all the middleman's
profit. ;
Ladies' Hats $1.98 To
$6.90
Children's Hats 98c To
$2.98
Special Velvet Tarns
$1.98 and $2.98 Each
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Our Prices Always The Lowest
Gale & Co.
Commercial and Court Sts. Salem
Formerly Chicago Store
25c
Sausage Meat 17 l-2c lb.
Liberty Steak 17 l-2c lb.
(Fresh ground hourly)
Pure Lard $1.40 per pail
rtcnhg $125 per pail
r wanted,
And All Kinds of Sud Eui
irfOOdS.
Fill Market prices flpeetal
Prlcea paid for Sacks.
Qet or prices before Tea twit.
THB rEOPIJS'S JUNK fc EHD
BANS 8T0&B
171 . Com' I gv Phone m
Remember that we stand be
tween you and the high price
v ' ofmeal
Market
Originators of Low Prices
351 State St.
In order that Salem may be given a
final opportunity to pledge itg quota to
the fourth liberty loan, all banks in
tho city will remain open Isatuifiay
evening from 6 o'clock until 8 o'clock.
The "executive committee and workers
who have been in charge of the cam
paign hope that many who have boen
negligent will take this last opportun
ity to help in raising tho $20,000 or
moro necessary to bring Salem over the
top. Saturday has been set by the gov
ernment as the final date on which the
loan must be subscribed.
France to the county the Women's
clubs throughout the state are mostly
interested in. At' the state library
book on Franco has been called for "by
the clubs and according to tho cu&tot
in sending to these' clubs in the state,
the books will ba out until next Jnao.
After books on France, the big domand
is for those on agriculture and on
county life. These Ijooks are sent to
county librfarWs and to clubs and re
ally become local circulating libraries.
The death is announced in New York
last week of Homer Davenport, son of
the famous cartoonist who ig buried at
Silvorton. He died at his home in New
York at the ag of 22 years from illness
brought .on by the Spanish influenza.
Mr. And Mrs. A .G. Dalrymple
Buried Today At McCleay
Two days after tho death of her hus
band, A. G. Dalrymple died of pneu
monia at the Willamette sanatorium,
Mrs. Aliee Dalrymple, age 28, died also !
of pneumonia at their home at Maclay
Tho funeral services for both were held
this morning at tho Rigdon chapel
with burial in the Macleay cemetery.
The services were conducted by the
Rev. 6. L. Lovell of tho United Evan
gelical church. , .
Mrs. Goodale, a siter of Mr. Dal
rymple who had mado arrangements to
have her brother brought to the Wil
lamette sanatorium was also attacked
by, the illness thatwas so fatal in tho :
family and is now confined to the san
atorium. . -
A twin brother of Mrs. Dalrymplo
who. died yesterday was also attacked
with the same illness and today was
brought to the Salom hospital. " Tho
three Dalrymple children, ages one, two
and three years aro also ill but were -said
this morning to bo slightly ira
proving.
Mrs. Dalrymple was born at Yoncal
la and was the" daughter of Walter
Williams. . -
Your Eyes
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May or may not be alike
You may and you may
not need glasses. The
only way to find out is
to have them Carefully
examined. Then if you
need glasses buy them;
If you don't you'll be
frankly told so. In any
event you will be fairly
treated.
DR. A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
i 204-5 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
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The line of MUSICAL IN
STRUMENTS and' SUIT
GASES.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
for second hand Men's ;
Suits, Bicycles, Shot Guns,
Revolvers. Now is the time
to buy used Overcoat cheap
CAPITAL EXCHANGE
337 Court St. Phone 493