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THE DAILY CAPITAT, JOURNAL! SAT,EM.' OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15 1918.
wmw mm state id county-
FUNDS NOW READY
since Grant was President
Get a bottle today
County 8upointendent W. M. Smith
is-now making out the quota-funds each
district in the county is given annually.
h&Z F fiftVa, Th "' and county funds.
cough and cold remedy hat kept an
evergrowing army ot inends, young
For half a century druggists every
where have sold it. Put a bottle in
'Tour medicine cabinet: You may need
it in a hurry. Sold by druggists
everywhere. 69c and $1.20.
. .Bowels Acting Properly?
Thev ought to. for constiuation
makes the body retain waste matters
luo sta.vs fund amounts to $23,71(3.80
' i, r the rate of $1.83 for each pu
pil in the, county. This fund is do
nuui mo interest on the Irreduci
ble School fund.
The county fund totals $82,739.13 and
is figured on a basis Of $8.00 fo aviy
uersou in the school district betweon
tht ages of four aud 20 years. In this
amount i3 included $1,584.65 appor
tioif.'d on account of teachers attend
ing the Rimual institute.
According to the state law, each (lis-
CHILD GETS SECK
and immrrities that undermine the1..:,.. ... .i. ; ..;...'. unano
ucaiku kuu piny uaviA. nitu mc ciilii;
system. Dr. King's New Life Pilis are
reliable and mud in action. All
At the opening of the opera season
in New York Monday night, Homer,
Kotliicr and Caruso led the packod
houso in singing national anthems of
from this county fund, the amount this
year being $12,485.85. Deducting this
fund from the county total, thero re
mains $68,009.25 to apportion to the
districts. This will average $3.88 for
each pupil. Mr. Smith will mail checks
to the districts early next week.
At San Francisco Monday, after the
mother was dead, a post mortem opera
. tion brought into the world an infant
weighing four pounds. The child will
BMPLY? WELltD0NT BH
'People Notice It. Drive Them Off
i with Dr. Edwards'
A pimply face will not embarrass you
enuch longer if you get 8 package of Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should
begin to clear after you have taken the
- tablets a few nights.
-With Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sue- i
" essful substitute forcalomekthere'snever j
any sickness or pain alter taxing tnem.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
-which calomel does, and just as effectively,
tut their action is gentle and safe instead
of severe and irritating,
i Nn nne who takes Olive Tablets is
ver cursed with "a dark brown taste," r r . , i ' i, 11
a bad breath,, a dull, listless, "no good" Ex-lOHYlCt 111 tOOUIlty Jail
leeiing, constipation, lorpiu uvw, uou
disposition or pimply lace.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are
a purely vegetable compound mixed
with olive oil; you will know them
y their olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years' among pa
tients afflicted with liver Mid bowel
Novembor 11. Gorman ar
mistice . delegates protested
against terms of armistice.
November 12. German dero
gates again protested against
terms, saying it would throw
tho country into anarchy and
that it might not be possible to
carry out aU the provisions.'
German officials broadcasted
wireless statenvonts that the ar
mistice meant virtual subjuga
tion of Germany and would in
terfere with functions of "rev
olutionary" government. Ger
man Bailors called upon all sea
nion to resist naval terms of
Novembor 13. German news
papers unanimous in declaration
armistice tonus -severe.
November 14. German worn?
in ask Mrs. Wilson and Jane
Addams t0 save "millions" of
German women and children
from starvation which they said
would result from the armistice.
''California Syrup Of Figs'
Can't Harm Tender Stom
ach Or Bowels.
A laxative today saves a sick .child
tomorrow. Children simply will not
take time from pray to empty their
bowels, which boconie cloggeu up with
waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach sour
Look at the tongue, mother! If
coated, or vour child is listless, cross,
feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't
eat heartily, full of cold or has sore
throat or any other -children's ailment,
give a teasrioonful of "California Syr
up of Pigs," then don't worry, because
in a few hours all this constipation
poison, sour bile and fermenting waBte
will gently move out of the 'bowels,
and you have a well, playful child
again. A thorough "insido cleansing"
is oftimes all that is necessary. It
should be tho first treatment given
in any sickness. .
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs," 'which
has full directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown tips plainly
printed on the bottle. Look carefully
and see that it is ntado by the ' ' Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Company."
Devil Warns Friend Kaiser $170,300,000
United War Work Fund Is Bad Business
Between Inferno Palace
and Potsdam Shows Boss
of Hades is Solicitous About
Efforts of Seven Big Or
. ganizations to Make the
Allied Soldiers Comfortable
and Contented During Their
Steady But Trying Advance
. on Berlin.
De-coded by Eugene H. Blake, of I
- the Authors' League
Jail On Robbery Charge
.-Thomas Lethledgo and Troy Cait-
wright are in the county jail charged
with stealing cloth to the value of
-complaints, ind Olive Tablets ar the j $42.50 from John Sundin last Wcdaes-
immenseiy etteenve result. twv.
Take rnift or two nicrhtlV for B Week. mU nomniaA to rlisnnSA of
. " X , . , LUV UlUli v..n.w. ---.
.see now mucn rjener you icei bhu iuuiw
itlQcand25cperbox. All druggists.
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and &ive you
a square busine ss del.
I always pay the highest
I WM YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS
I buy all kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber z nd junk.
Get my Prices Before
. i ' , '' '"' .-4.
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Dial House
271 Chemekfta Street
Chinese Itedicine and Te Co.
H medicine which will nn
any knowa disease.
Ktrouuvs rrom 10 m.
nntil ft n m
153 South High Bt
T SAlera. Orego. DhoBe !W
some of tho stolen goods at Albany and
this led- to their arrest. Lietnieage, or
Slatterly as his namo is supposed to
be, cont ssed to Sheriff Noedham and
District Attorney Gchlhar that he took
the goods from tho shop of Sundiu.
Also that he is an ex-convict, on parole
from Walla Walla, whore he had been
sentenced for 20 years on a conviction
of forgery. Slattcrjy also confessed
that on his release, he joined tho Ca
nadian army, but. later was given his
discharge on account of "health. Sheriff
Needhatn today wired the Walla Wal
la authorities. '
The other man, Cartwngbt, claims
that he met Slatterly just a short time
ago and that he had bought tho goods
in his possession wnen urrencu.
Pending additional investigation, t0
men are held in tho county jail.
The Standard OU company has given
$200.00 to tho United Wrar Fund. It
has boen the custom of tho Standard
to apportion its giving among the lo
cal agents, aud also in tho buying of
its Liberty loan war bonds.
Tho lockout in force in New York tj
tho clothing mamlfactnrers' association
affects 30,000 workmen.
it Kansas CitvFred B, Frank.
charged with causing his son to steal,
was sonteneed to live yearn m i-
is issued by tho depart
ment of justice against any relaxation
of regulations governing enemy aliens
in the United btates.
Immediate dropping of food prices as
rim result of the conclusion or an r
mistic caunot be expected at once, sayt
Food Administrator Hoover.
A message from Rome says the Ital
ian armies have reached Brenner Pass
in the Tyrol.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Mr. Business Man
As a matter of economy you
should consult' the Journal's
Job Department before placing
your printing-we are satisfying
Salem's leading firms put us
on your calling list. Phone 81
Ip ? ft
lY DEAR KAISER: The Al-
yl lies are up to a new game.
We've got to watch out, WH
helm, and if you can think of any
thing to do, do It quick. The
crowd lnlie tTnited States say they
are going to raise over a hundred
and seventy million dollars in a
week to hand out to six or seven
ot their big organizations, and it is
up to us to stop them.
You remember that woman in
England who wrote that !Keep the
Home Fires Burning" song you
killed her off one time you! bombed
England? That' the idea they are
putting over getting home to the
. Here's the way they've divided
Y. M. C. A... $100,000,000
Y. W. C. A - 15,000,000
National Catholic War
- Council (K. ot C.) 80,000,000
War Camp Community
Jewish Welfare Board- 3,COO,000
American Library Asso
ciation . 3,500,000
Salvation Army 3,500,000
It's bad business, Wilhelm, ter
ribly bad business. It'll kill off
more German troops than you can
shake a stick at. And it will keep
us from getting the world- into a
good old German slave pen the
way we want. . We'll nover bo able
to break the spirit of these soldiers
with anything like that going on.
Just think of it! Huts close to the
trenches with hot things to drink
Yilri IA- 5K I .
msy Irfi-t to chror.lr- 1nr troub. or
mean tht th chric atajed iUm&?
18 xv.irntd, In eltiier caa& try
TMs tonlo m tl!m-7pitrer sup
pUta tlia Bcltnowledsfd bencilts of Cal
cium treatment without disturbing tts
stomach. Co&tftins no Atcuiiol. fiar
cone or Habit-Furmlair Drue
$2 use, saw $1.59. $1 tin, bow S8.,
Prfe lncludnii wr tax. An druirvist&
SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET
and millions of cigarettes to smoke,
canned fruit like they were in their
own pantries chairs with cushions
in thein, a place to write letters
over a hundred and seventy millio.?
dollars' worth ot Btuft like that go
ing to France!
They've got It fixed up so tne
soMiers can go to the kind of re-
lieious service they ve been used to
and Catholics and Protestants and
lews are all mixing In together to
make the boys happy. They've aU
got secretaries on the job night and
day secretaries aud secretaries
and more secretaries doing all the
nischicf they can for us. .
There's a Library Association
handing out books aud a Salvation
rmy frying doughnuts; Y. M. C. A.,
K. of C. and War Camp Commu
nity Service with huts, entertain
nents, movies and no end ot things.
Thev've even fetched over Amer.
ican women to mother tho boys,
feed them and pet them, mend
their clothes. And their Y. W. C. A.
Is keeping an eye on the girls In
the munition factories making
them comfortable the same way, so)
they will work better to supply
rhole idea, Wilholm. And it is thai!
hell -of a situation for us when wa'
had banked en breaking the spirit1
of those Yanks In no time getting
them fed up on war sq they;
wouldn't halt fight.
We've simply got to work ou
some way to turn a hose on thla,
home fire stuff. They must not
get all that money. And it's nri
time for you and me to He down
on the job. 1
We might try getting folks td
hold back their money on account
of. It all being lumped la together,
and then parceled out to the dit
ferent organizations, uot me;
Yours for the cause,
. THIS DEVlIi
In order that thp Portland hog
market may not become congested, tho
Union Meat company of Portland has
offered Georgo V Eyre, a carluad
of hog feed to be sold to tho farmers at
cost. Jlr. Eyre has oftored his services
free for tho distribution of this feed
and to apportion it among the fanners.
Mr. Eyre is the well known local stock
I buyer. . .' .' '.' ,' .
JAMES KERXEY James Korney lias
just been named overseas representa
tive ot Committee on rubue .Informa
tion. Ho will have charge of the com
mittees work in France, and all prop
aganda work done there.
IF BACK ISIS USE
Dermatologist V j
Toot Specialist m
CORNS, BUNIONS, INGROWING
TOE NAILS REMOVED ,
Without Blood or Pain or Causing
Soreness or Other Inconvenience.
Chilblains and All Diseases of tho Feet
Special Attention to Antiseptics there
by Preventing Infection. ,
Appointments by Phone,
518 U. S. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 41 fi. ' Salem Ore.
The National Red Cross has estab
lished tho rule of caring for soldiers
over thero who are friendless in re
gard to the Christinas giving. Yester
day Red Cross headquarters in tho U. 8.
National bank received its quota of ton
labels. iHhortly after it was known,
telephone calls came in asking for the
lubls and before the close of tho duy
all were assigned.
State Labor Commissioner . O. P.
Hoff today appointed ft. H. HuusfCn of
'Portland as depuly labor commissioner
fur the Portland district to fill tha va
cancy caused by tin resigualion of U
F. Cuulfield. Iloforo milking 'lbs ap
pointment Commissioner Hoff ,i("ked
for and received tho ' recommoiidutiMi
if C H. Gram, who will tnU office as
lubor commissioner the first: Nil 'next
year, and thus avoided bieuking ju a
new man who might not be acceutatils
to the new oommiBsiuiH'T. .' , .
And All Kinds of 2nd Hut
Tall Market Prices Special '
Prices paid for Backs.
Get oar prices beore yon selL
TUB TEOPLR'S JTJNK k 2JSTD
871 S. Oom'l Rt Pbon 1M
To the CJerk of School District No. 24,
Marion County, Oregon:
'.Following is a statement of tho e
timated amount of money needed by
the district during tho fiscal yea? be
ginning on June 30, 1918, aud ending1
nn June 30, VJlt. This budget is madit
in compUaiJco with Section 217 of the
School .Laws, of 1917, aud includes the
estimated auiouutg to be received from
the county school i'nml, state school
fuiid.-spcciail district tax aud all cthoi
moneys of the district:
Teachers' salaries i $105,417.00
Kuiiiitiii-n ...... ....... 0Q.iH
Apparatus and supplies, such
n in u i.t, chalk, erasers, ,
stoves, curtains, etc i 4,300.00
Liinarv books (included in
item' 3) :
Flugg (included in item 3)
Ui)iairs of school houses out-
. buildings or ifeuces 1,200.00
Improving grounds and bet- '
Pliit-ground rqiiivment ......
Transportation of pupiti
Tuition of pupils, purchase v
of Hkilmau property i..... 3,250.00
Janitor's wages ...... . 7,123.00
Janitor's supplies (included
in item 3)
Light and power 1,030.00
Water and .phones 051.00.
Clerk's salary '. '70.00
Postage and stationery,
iirinhiiiir and I'.nusns : . 500.00
I. B "
For the payment of bonded
debt and. interest thereon, -'issued
under (Sections 117, .
1-14 to 1 48, uud 422 ot tho .
Mwhool Laws of Oregon,
Miscflllanouua expenses 000.00
luteresa on. doinaud nolcj f
end bonds tl,700.00 '
Freight express and cartage . 200.00
Insiuanco : 078.00
I'aynient of deuiand notes
outstanding Juuu-.17-lS.... 31,500.00
Total eat i mated amount-' of
money to bo oxpendud for
all purposes during- the.
year : I $177,009.00
From . Touiity and slate :
school fund during thu
fcoming school year ...$.31,100.00.
From state hcIiooI fund dur
ing' coming school year '
(seo .above) ;
Cash now in hands of lho
district clerk '
Uncollected taxes '..;....:..
jEstimated HinoiBit to be re-
eeived J'nom all ot her
I sources 'during ' cimiiii:;
school vear: ; toil ini 13,
fi(IO; l!. H. (iov. sulifliiy
35 jm. tent r&m m - idrffs W
FOR KIDNEYS I P S III? I I1- II
Take A Glass of Salts To
Flush Kidneys If Bladder
Eating meat regularly eventually pro
duces kidney trouble in some form or
other, says a wU known authority, bo
eause the uric acid in meat excites the
Kidneys, they beeome overworked; get
slpggish; clog up and cause all sorts of
distress, particularly backache and mis
ery in -the kidney region; rheumatic
twinges, severe headaches, atid stom
ach, constipation, torpid liver, Bleeplcs
ness, bladder and urinary irritation.
The moment your back hurts or kid
neys aren't acting right, or if bladder
bothers you, get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from any good pharmacy;
take tablcspoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast, for a few days
and your kidneys will then act fine.
This famous salts is made from the ac
id of grapes and lemonjiiice , combined
with lithia, and has been used for gen
erations to flush kidneys and stimulate
them to normal aciivity; also to neu
tralize the acids in the urine so it no
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad Kalis cannot injure anyone;
makes a delightful effervewnt lithia-
water drink waic millions of men and
women take now and then Jo keep
tne kulneys ana urinary organs eican,
thus avoiding serious kidney disease,
A-:fi 'I'vir '1
r ata'ai ; I
Liberal reduction on everything in stock.
Buy Christmas gifts NOW. Special prices
on the following: s
Small size at . . ... . . .
We also have a few latest models White
Rotary sewing machines that we will sell
at .... . . . . $39.50
See us before you buy your Christmas gifts
-a full line of silverware, cutlery, etc. at
Totiil estinmted reci'iplH, nt,
including munvy to bo re- ,
eeived fniui the tax which
it is proposed to-vote 81,818.0-1
Total estimated expenses
' for tho year $l77,(HiO.0O
Totr! estimated receipts not '
incliidiug tho tux to be
voted HI, HOI ).:))
Dti.ldtice, iiiiiiiiiiit to bit Tiiia- ' .
ed by district lux l5,.K.54
.. ijl 77,(ji!)..iO
(IT the Hiniiuilt to be rnifed by imio-
ciiil tux is more by (i per cent than
tho xni'miifr rnisixl tnc year juimi'iimio
ly preceding, fill out Ihe fullov. iti.t
blank;, olhvrwise ciom out litis part.)
'Tho amount of money In bo nUKxt
by this sjiei'iiil tux is iikh'' than thu
.-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. ruined by special school dis
trict tax in tho year immediately pre
ceding this, plus. 0 per cent. It i uec
LUMiiiv In i i ikc thin ndilitionul iinioiiaK
by speciu'l levy for the following rea
sons. (Hero give reasons in not to ex
ceed UK) words.)
Tho increase in taxes is duo to four
items: (I) Increases in salaries, $r,
071.00; (2) 'decrease in money pouring1
I nun tho slate mid countv funds be
cause thero is a decrease of number ot
pupils on tluv census which 'decrease)
li worn the incomes from slrtto audi
county funds by $03mJIB ; ; (3) a shrink
ago of Hi.l.f.i at least on uncoiiucien
taxes nf last, yeirr is certain mid (IX
the purchase nf the Holiiiini propeity,
which is an addition to the high school
gi't.uiida ami buildings costing $3200.
Tho first three items are directly caus
ed by "ii r eiindit inns'. (1) The teach
ers' salaries hud to bo raised to main-
tain our force; (2) parents with largo
'.families moved to localities where tut
jpluyiiieiit is more profitable, and (3)
jit is not sal'o to figure all the ineoinu
'from taxes. The Holman property is a
jgood buy nt, the figure moiitiniieil.
I luted this 9th ilny of November,
11. L. Clark,
K. C, liishop,
H. (). White,
W. ('.. AV'inslow,
' E.' T. Barnes.
Hoard of Directors, School District
No. 21. H-U, 13, 18, M
reiiior mm. ,
' Salem, Oregon
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
'Nutice is hereby given, that the un
dersigned executrix of tho 'estate of
Mury Pay ton, deceased, has filed ia
tho county court fof Marion county,
Orcgon,.hcr finat account in settlement
of suJd estate, and suid court has fix'
ed thei 20th day of November, 1018, at
11 a. m., nt tltn county court room in
tho cmirt hrniso at alern, as the, time
and place for hearing' any objections
that muv bo filed to tho same.
Dated this 24th day of October, lulH
ANNA M. MAXWELL,
Kxeciitri of the estate of Mary Pay
ton; deceased, 11-2-
1441-!- 'ADS PAY