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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1918)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1018.
rouna i own
A 11 A
For This Saturday
$1 3 5
NOTE--We guarantee this
lard to equal any lard on the
market at any price...'
SUGAR CURED PICNIC
Mild and ffc
25 c per
Pec. 16-21 Fifth annual
Marion evounty eoru show, 111
Doe. 16 23 Bed CroM Mem
Ioe. 30. Second election on
High grade, genuine furs for Christ)-
mas gifts at special prices. West Fur
Co, 217 South High St. tf
The Charles R. Archard
Co. now carr;- a full line of
The Bales of stamps at the Salem post
offico for the month of November
amounted to ,644.90. For second class
mail matter the receipts w-re $167 and
for third and fourth class, without
.stamps affixed, the amount was $690.
."Toe best" la all yon can do when
death comes. " Call Webb & dough Co
Paone 120. ' ' " ' tf
Dr. J. 0. Matthls, associated with Dr.
H. J. Clements, office 410 Stilem Bank
of Com. bll'g. Office tel. 691; res. i"05
South Fir bt. tel. 56. 12-27
Made in our Day light Factory
20c per lb.
Bologna, 3 large Rings
Liver Sausage, 3 large Rings
Mome-made Head Cheese
20c per lb.
In the county of Marlon, gales of wr
.savings stampa for the month of No
vember amountod 'to $31,675.32 und
for thrift stamps, $619.75 The county
is considerably behind on its quota for
the yoar, somotliing over f 100,000 but
it is thought that the Christmas giving
will materially, reduce this shortago.
Relax and rest In the dental chair.
Dr. Hartley fills and extracts teeth
witliout pain and corrects diseased
gums. Moore bldg. Phono 114. , tf
I have moved my offices Into more
pleasant and more commodious quar
ters on the third floor of the V. 8.
National bank building. Dr. 0. h. Scott
ChiropracticSpinologist, 30i-213 U. 8.
Nulional bank bldg. tf
Next dnte of Monday Evening Dane
ing elub will be held in Moose hall
next Monday evening, Dec. 9.
Originators of Low Prices
351 Stale St.
Attorney General George M. Brown
received telegram today from I. H.
Van Winkle at .Colorado City, Colon
do, .stating that he is still confined
to tho hospital hut that ho expected
within a fow dayg fo start homeward
with tlio body of his wifo, who died
lust Saturday. ' ' .
The Spauldlng Logging Co. is in re
ceipt of offlcml notieo that all re
strictions regarding' building materials
liavo boon removed and that hereafter
building may progress without any gov
eminent record or government approv
al, thus bringing tho building condi
tions back to thotfo wasting before Iho
government took Control of lumber and
City Attorney Macy today filed ans
wers to the suits brought against the
city for warrants dated Nov. 26, 1912,
and assigned by the Clark & Heuery
Construction company and owned bv
Mattie IF. Bcatty and J. 0. Moore, each
for $1000. The answer will be prac
tically the same as that filed to the
suit of the Capital National "bank
which holds $3000 of the warrants.
Willamette chapter of the American
Red Crass calls for bids on tho follow
ing articles, which will be sold if fair
prices can be obtained:
10,S00 yards gauze
300 yards cut gauze
182 pounds non-absorbent cotton
3-4 ca9e scottissue
400 kraft bags 23 'g
case cat eollu cotton
Call 1500 or call at Koom 204 U. S.
National 'bank building. 12-12
Dance Sat night Cotillion hall.
Although there is considerable talk
of influenza returning, Dr. 0. B. Miles
says thero is no special danger in the
city, although of course at this time of
year there are a few cases. In Silver
ton things have become rather alarm
ing and unless conditions improve with
in a day or so, the schools will be clos
ed. Dallas cloned its schools again sev
eral days ago.
Suckow on xlyophone, Warren Hunt,
drums. Let's go, Cotillion hall.
Casseroles help to economize and
make a hotter cooked food; they make
a sane Xmas gift. GaMsdorf, store of
Housewares, 133 N. Liberty St.
The Young People's Christian En
deavor society of the Bungulow Chris
tian church will hold its regular month
ly meeting at tho church this evening
beginning at 8 o'clock. After business
bag been transacted, there will be a
short program nnd this will includo the
reading of the church paper named the
"Bungalow 'Buzzer." A social hour
will bo enjoyed and all young people
irrespective of ages nro invited.
o - -i
You will like the regular dance mus
ic Sat. night at the cotillion hall. - -
THE PRICES WE ARE MAKING AT OUR
MAKE SELLING EASY. IT IS A MERE MAT
TER OF WRAPPING THE PACKAGE, AT THESE
THE GOODS SELL THEI4SELVES
, As Belgium lg now iu tho control of
4 ho I'nited S nto, ind its allies, pos
tal ijfrvice luisiticvn resumed, although
us yet it does not include the parcel
just. The serviie was discontinued Nov
Si8, ll!4. Mail service for countries at
war with die United tate... continue
bs in the past which means there is no
vlwmee of sending letters to Germany
r Austria and things are bo tangled
up in Kiiksiu that until service is dis
continued to that country.
Lunch counter opposite 0. E. B. R.
depot. Good lunches, M. J. B. eoffee.
Lady waitress. Open from 6 a. m. t.
13 p. m. , 12 30
Fivo Salem boys and giria won prise
on Poland China pigs in the state wide
lig club show at the HM 're;jon s'ate
fair. The American Poland China Jiee
ord, a paper devoted to swine interests,
offered prixes in the way of war sav
ings and thrift stamps and have mail
ed as follows to the wiuncrs! .limiiiie
Muno, 1 war saving stamp; Ktha Mu
no, 13 thrift stamps; iva Muno, 10
thrift stamps; Vera 4)4 .ten, 6 thrift
tanipj and Glenn Morrin, 6 thrift
MEN'S SUITS OVERCOATS
$15.00 Suits ...$9.85 j $15.00 Overcoats ....$9.85
$17.50 Suits $13.85 $20.00 Overcoats $16.85
$20.00 Suits $14.85 $25.00 Overcoats $19.85
$25.00 Suits $19.85 $.'50.00 Overcoats $23.85
$50.00 Suits $23.85 $155.00 Overcoats $27.85
DUTCHESS TROUSERS M SHOES
r,J0 Trousers $3.15 $5.00 Shoes $3.98
$1.00 Trousers $3.60 $5.50 Shoes $-1.48
$4.50 Trousers $4.00 $G.OO Shoes ....$4.98
$5.00 Trousers $4.50 $6.50 Shoes $5.48
$6.50 Trousers $585 $7.00 Shoes j..' $5 93
MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S HATS
$1.50 Shirts v....98c $2.00 Hats ..98c
$2.00 Shirts ....-........$1.35 $2.50 Hats :.......:.......$1.68
$2.25 Shirts $1.68 $3.50 Hats $1.98
$2.50 Shirts $1.98 $1.00 Derbys $1.49
50c Suspenders 33c $12.50 Mackinaw ....$9.85
$1.50 Caps : :.........98c $16.50. Raincoats $11.85
50c Neckwear 44c 35c Fibre Sox ..27c
75c Neckwear C8c $1.50 Underwear ...,88c
. w. mil & co.
SALE NOW ON
Every shoe now in stock to be closed out as quickly as possible as we have
placed orders for Spring shoes that will entirely fill our store. Thousands of
pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes at less than wholesale prices.
Everything in the store on sale except Hanans and Rubber Goods.
INVESTIGATE THESE PRICES
We are making a special offering of Ladies Comfort Shoes in all styles, including
widli ankles, up to $6.00 values, to close out at
We are also offering two styles of Men's Black Lace Dress Shoes that we bought
far below the wholesale price, good values at $8.00, to go at
100 PAIRS MEN'S LACE GUN METAL SHOES, REGULAR $8.00 VALUES, GO AT
60 PAIRS MEN'S DAYTON LOGGERS, REGULAR $10.00 TO $12.00 VALUES, GO AT ...
75 PAIRS MEN'S DAYTON 16-INCH HIGH TOP BOOTS, $11.00 VALUES, GO AT
60 PAIRS MEN'S DAYTON 12-INCH HIGH TOP BOOTS, $10.00 VALUES, GO AT ........
200 PAIRS LADIES' DRESS SHOES, BUTTON AND LACE, $6.00 AND $7.00 VALUES, AT
1000 PAIRS MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S TENNIS SHOES, BLACK AND WHITE,
GO AT ........ ..: ...u......: :. ; .;. ;.
65c; 75c and 95c
300 PAIRS LADIES' PARTY SLIPPERS, $4.0 0 AND $5.00 GRADES, BROKEN SIZES,' AT
- . '! l! ;' '-.A -f v - ' " , . ,.
200 PAIRS MEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS, LEATHER AND FELT, REGULAR $1.50 TO $4
GRADES, GO AT :........
95 cents to $2.65
500 PAIRS LADIES' HOUSE SLIPPERS, FELT, COMFY AND LEATHER SOLES, REGU
LAR $1.50 TO $3.50
95 cents to $1.95
200 PAIRS CHILDREN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS, FELT, COMFY AND LEATHER SOLES, $1
TO $2 GRADES, GO AT ; 1
65c to 95c
60 PAIRS MEN'S RUBBER BOOTS, $5.00 GRADES WHILE THE YLAST, GO AT
200 PAIRS MEN'S WORK SHOES, TAN AN D BLACK, REGULAR $6 AND $7 GRADES
GO AT '. ; . - '
200 PAIRS BOYS' HIGH TOP BOOTS, TAN AND BLACK, ALL SIZES, 11 TO 2, AT $3 95- 2
TO 5, GO AT .: : ..' ' '
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WITCH ELK BOOTS
BALL BAND BOOTS
FOX PARTY PUMPS
326 STATE ST., NEXT TO LADD AND BUSH BANK
Thj o; 'lius of the board of educa
te!; . . v- ninyt ti mve a date for
..hmLth: the vhool tudif for a nee
i.i.l eLc.'c a was iestivo of former
were botn present last even
both were on -the board 10 or
(?n when -thiniTo n-prn nrotlv liv.-!ir 11 I
ing and (port to the budget to be volcd on Dec. j r:
13 years! 30. tj
amen to, decided not to make t
urn trip to the south today. j
The aviator mado a trial trin w
;:ays, iijv cinlly ye.irs a so when there i-- -u" mm .ax v. uurea, voia lor-; . otuuie, asn., wee. fi. Lieutenant , '"ospnene eonaitions at noon, b
,wss (j-niial discord in the city's senooliiner directors were aluo present. All A. F. Hogiand. irmr aviator, blazer of'turncJ to tlia 8olt "kg where h
'alfairs. A. Moores aao A. A. Lee spoke briefly, giving their rfional sm th- nir ,nt c,..i. ! 1:19 'eiie. Xo time for dew
i - - i - .viv. m'.u jiu in iinii run: