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y TITO OrtECOX STATESMAN i TUESDAY,' JANUARY 1, 1017
MAY; YOUR HAPPIEST.
DAY IN 1917 ' :
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BE YOUR : BLUEST DAY
TOE THQS: MY WCOLfflJILLS
AN OLD STAND-BY FOR THE
Wi AD AMMUNITION
126 So. Commercial Stredl
At the .begiiiniiiK of jtliU new
ycap let us,' by 'Looking 1 tack
bard" a few yearn, draw! a leason,
'or two, and make a mark in tbe
chimney for one of the oldest.
urne worn, and most tiueccssful
" n u fact n ring plant. TbeiThom-
-Kay Woolen Mills, now under
; management of Thomas li.
the State Treasurer of Ore
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i V mills were first estab
lish Thomas Kay, father of
the V tnt owner, and it has
been! policy of both father and
son, lis, iiy to pay the, hifcli(t
prices It Oregon and California
wools, W.,vhat is more import
ant, to keVie;nrilh running all
thecyear rovand employ Salem
men and wol M far as poksible.
One hundr.tnd thirty ioorle
arc employed ke mill, the year
OREGON MOTOR CAR ! COMPANY
Pn e of the Big Automobile Corapies of Salem The Home
V of. the Famous Studebaker Auto, and the Sturdy - Denby
Truck' . - r '
At the corner of High, and Ferry
streets 4s. Ideated the home. of tho
Oregon Motor Car company, la a fine
. brick building with ample space f&r
the ayerag auto company, , but far
too email for the extensive business
trhich thla firm Is now doing. : , In
fact, a bis in on the building tells
the passersby. that It isthe: "tem
porary home," of,, this company for
' at their present rate of expansion,
they. : need, and will soon Jiave to
have a building; with greater ca
paclty. " 1 ,-:r -;X-"i
't ' Mr. 'Farnham,, the ". manager ' la
one of .the yoang btisinessl men of
Salem, and since taking" charge of
the buslnew has made fine impres
sion among the people herejnd has
won distinction' in ; the automobile
Industry- Salem is glad to jwelcome
him and his family, and he states
he Is glad to ;be;ia-Salem. t A ;
Since starting - in business here,
'they have more than doubled thru
sales, and the end is not i Four
ttrong points stand out cleaHy as a
basis for their . bid for public pat-
- ronage. i;.t'S -Ts ' f
' An ' extensive .repair department
is conducted by this firm, aid, thor
oughlycompctent mechanics jarje era
ployed". r - ' '
- r The first strong poln t - made ha3
teen the ?ale of Studebake autos.
at reasonable prices, and tbe ex
change of new Studebaker cars for
second hand cars of other, makes, at
a ' good . price allowed In' the ex
change,; and) only making one profit
on tie transaction. - - ,
The second point,' is the fact that
when a car was sold, the .buyer was
always furnished with forty hours'
work tickets, ; which, when Jie ha
any repairs to be made; new tirss
to adjust, were taken in exchange in
the shop, instead of cash. : ; t
Then the Denby truck, ranging in
sizes from one to five ton trucks,
which measure -up to the govern
ment standards, and which are now
becoming very popular in the city,
as well as in the country, i
Tbre Springfield-Kelly tire for the
Studebaker cars,-completed the pop
ularity of the company, bad any
thing .been needed to make it more
popular with city and country peo
ple 'alike. . v--tt ft s r'-'' . f
r; : Accessories!'; of all "' kinds are al
ways carried I in stock in the Salem
ttore,- so that customers do not have
to . wait nutlV accessories are tele
graphed for to factories.: ' i 6
i In fact, when, dealing with the
Oregon Auto Car company, a. cus
tomer is Always sure of getting "a
NEEDED TO WIN WAR
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rouml, on 4 he arcraijc, jind the av
erage monthly output of products
The monthly payroll if, on the
averagv, f O.UW. v oiunxary in
creases jn .Wages have been made
ih the past, so ;tuat tbe employes
are keeping abreast of the'times
iii the eost of living. pnly liO
days ago an increase In wages was
made of $C0O, and : more recently
another $7(H) was added. I ;
Each month the government
gets a large part of the output
from these mills, while thej balance
is sold mostly in Portland.
The high j cost of wool jthis sea
son, of course, made a difference
in : the prices of the products.
Sixty-cent wool, means, cleaned,
about ; a two-third increase, in the
eost, the consumer eventually pay
ing the bill. ,
bring the Nation through the present
crisis, it is this very effort iha aean
do more , to shorten 4n war tan
anything' else." ; ;:; :;'i":? ' i
The greatest minds of England Ire."
agreea i xnai naa me pcopie oi iiai
country from the commencement of
the war saved all they could, and so
released labor and material fw war
purposes, and for producing the nec
essities of life, the war might have
been won by now. ; But in England-t-and
the same "may be said of th
country too large a majority -of th
people have preferred to go on in a
self-indnlgent way spending money
on a thousand' and ' one Unnecessary
thing and so withdrawing from the I
armies a vast amount of labor and!
material, to the lack of which isat-
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inuaiauie, wiinoui aouoi, in pro
lorigation of the conflict. . f ; .
' Tbe historian will point, as one of
the greatest tragedies of the war, to
the fact that while some have given
up business, home and life for their
country, others have not only stay
ed at home, but have spent their
earnings and profits in such a way as
to cause indirectly, at least the
prolongation of the war and tbe un
necessary sacrifice of countless lives.
The beginning of the New , Year
would be an eminently fitting time
lor every person- in the United States
to resolve to. "do his bit," to save
every penny possible, awe ;o give and
lend freely to the common cause,
lest they stand convicted In the eyes
of. future generations as a people
selfish, callous and unpatriotic.
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AUTO ELECTRIC SH0P
rhis1 company is especially
equipped, and makes a specialty, of.
Willard batteries; jThey handle bat
teries by the truck load, and; always
have parts in. stock tb suppiyj their
customers. "Service" Is a specialty
wltU them. Horace N. Steele is tho
manager of the company ' and has
had eight years experience inj auto-
rocbUeiorjt.Ii Coming here one year
To Our Frienc ( - .
PatronsiTo all I
Every7here i .
GALE a CO.
Commercial and Court Streets '
' r:rmerly CUca jo r
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Klinger has the . happy faculty of
making her guests feel, at kome, and
hhe tries rand succeeds inj raakig it
a real home for the , traveler. ' -
Hot and cold water-always on tap,
and hot water always in the bath
room is what Uie weary traveler will
always- find. , Iocated in ih heart
of tha business dist-ct., k is con
venient, rcasonibie rn pnee, apd gen-
crally full to capacity.
recommend It withe
.Cine of the alceft h!
rU between Portland an
gc'inmodatlons we recoi
-Ooea like always prod
;ot always. PJch food t
ao ' poor health.,,
The writer '- HfAIi- ' ' '
ago f rota Portland, he has
uillt up a fine
many friends and h
uuiuness. . v ? i
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iey are now puma jn a new
steam boiler -for openlnk batteries,
and for.Villard service, elr sbop
is tho place to gov , , ;
The Klinger Hotel on State stre
idone of the' neatest, cleanest an,
best-furnished hotca in Salem. It
sixteen rooms , look like they ' had
just ome from Spotlpss.Town. Mrsr'i
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, Beginning January' C
our entire stock of g: :
.cost V j.-" ;
s will close cut
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855 North Cocr I Sstreet
New and Used
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SIX BUSY STORES
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Exchange your .Id 192c
for New Furni; :re
Stoves ! In Catidadl Lots
Ve did not buy these stoves six months ago when the. market was - already
Purchsed them Nearly
One' !:ear-gb;:- & kM
And owing to the large quantity we were able to purchase much lower than
any of our competitors, j - ? . s '
0ur line of "Orbon De Luxe" Ranges "Merit" and "Charter Oak" combina
tion coal and wood Heaters, and Gem wood Heaters is incomparable and unbeat
able. A trip through bur stove department will convince you.
A PEERLESS TLAKER. You' will
. never find lt necessary oj eat
bread or pastry half . baked with
the ORDON D LUXE. - We have
them in noraes all over .the coun
try; . they have been
tested. WK Cl'AR
cook and bake perfectly.
UO.VT WASTE FUEL on an j un
tried range. , Our hot blast fire
box cokes the coal on the outside,
over .the coun-
sen thoroughly f
RAXTEE it to V), ;fT0'-
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consumes, the smoke or gas, and
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burns cobs or any kind of cheap
fuel, i Our air tight construction,
sliding damper, controller damper,,
and scientific flue arrangement
are warranted to cut your fuel bill
and make you a wonderful saving.
When fuel costs so much it stands
you in hand to save all you can;
In fact, it , is , plain household
1 0 ; of these sold in one day
We have on our Sample Floors, for
your inspection, the following best
jenown makes sold and guaranteed
by Sherman, Clay & Company:
Stein way j
A. B. Chase :
r Easy and convient payments if de
sired. You can turn in old instru
ments as part payment i '
We still have a large stock of heat-
ers wood, coal, combinations, and ,
oil heaters, which we will sacrifice .
rather than i carry them over.
u You can save money by buying a
heater now. . ,;;.; vvs-V4 'm -
always the r
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Did you see our Five Thot -Vd DcT"
ad in this week's Saturday !
Stuily it! It bits' the nail on, the Leatl" all right and v '0v
" Wliy tloes anyboly buy 4 Phonograph T. v; I 7 1
To gcrall the pleasure he can out of It, of course! j ' )
Well, then, Patbe-phonc is hwtphonograjh,beeauso Wi iut : ; 'change hecai:
record does not , wear out. : . ' . I I ,! '
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more pleasure man ne couia gei pui ot any oiuer iuog i
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the sound pr.
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