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Special reductions throughout our entire line. Se the feature
our Liberty street window. Sat
urday. June fifteenth only.
JEWELERS AXD OPTICIANS
, W. V. Vrmrr state til IJkrtT Strata.
Tickets To Berlin
, OREGON State street near
p. E. depot. Home of Artcraft
and Paramount pictures.
Doug Fairbanks in "Flirting
LIBERTY Liberty near
State street. High class reels.
Madame Petrova In "Daughter
BUGH State between Lib
erty and High. Mutual and
Bluebird films. Special films.
The Bllgh ad. on page 8.
At t&e Liberty theatre, the mati
nee will be 10 cents today, instead
of lS'cents as usual. Mme. Petrova
in her latest production, It's great.
Selected 31en Leave Jane 20
The date of departure of the sixty
five drafted men who are to go from
this division, has been changed tram
June 24 to June 26. I
Matinee 10 cents today. Mme Pe
trova in "Daughter of Destiny at
the Liberty theatre.
! Huntley Released from Draft
i Wheaton VfV. Huntley of Brooks
ihas the honor of being the first class
IV man from Linn county to calif for
his release from the draft In order
that he might enlist. He left Fri
day morning4; for Bremerton navy
yard. . Mr. Huntley, who Is Well
known In Salem, has a ranch on
Lake Lablsh, which will be managed
by his wife during his absence.
Verdict for Plaintiff
In the case of J. H. Crawford
aaginst Ed McCann. a replevin action
for a horse, the jury yesterday re
turned a" verdict for the Plaintiff.
The jury was out only about' five
Trade in Your Old Stove
And old furniture on a new. Uni
versal range. ; E. L. Stiff & Son.
Twins Enter S'aiy :
Herbert W .McDonald and Hubert
K. McDonald, twin brothers from
Shedd, left yesterday to enlist in the
navy. With them were also Roland
O. Allen of Albany and Wheaton W.
Huntley of Salem.
Salem Velio Co., Phone 44
Oregon Taxi & Baggage Co.
Try our Checking System on
Baggage. Claim Checka for Tery
Welch Electric Co.
220 N. Com.
Diseases of Women and
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60 ' United SUtes National Bank
Building, Salem, Oregon
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Wo will pack, move or itoro
your goods and guarantee sat
isfaction. Bates oab Eastern Shipments
Piano Moving and Out of Town
WOOD AND COAL
., 437 State Street.
W. S. S.
At the Liberty theatre, the mati
nee will be 10 cents today instead
of 15 cents as usual. Mme. Petrova
In her latest production it's great.
Leaves for East
Frank Wilbur Chace, former dean
of music of Willamette university,
left last night for New York where
he will teach. He has been at Wil
lamette three years and Is consider
ed one of the best musical Instruc
tors on the coast.
Blfch Lead All in Bargains
He still has the best and greatest
show yet for the money GO!
Matinee 10 cents today. Mme. Pe
trova In "Daughter of Destiny" at
the Liberty theatre. j
Good Record for Recruiting
It is doubtfull if any office in the
state holds a better per capita rec
ord for enlistments than the Salem
office, which" Is headquarters for the
territory embraced in Marion, Lin
coln, Benton. Linn and Polk. Since
Jan. 1, 1917, this territory has sup
plied 422 volunteers for military ser
vice, this being In addition to the
enlistments for the navy and marine
corps. lt should be noted also that
besides all the foregoing enlistments
this district has made up five com
panies of soldiers. Among the col
unteers, fully 65 per cent chose the
ity being the signal corps. The bal
aviatlon section, the next In popular
ance of the recruits were scattered
through, various branches, the In
fantry enrollment being very light.
Bargain Day Promise
Read them on page three of this
Volunteers Leave Today
Following is a list of the young
men.- enrolled , by , the , registration
board for mechanical branches in the
government service and who will
leave today for Portland to take spe
cial training: Raymond G. Larsen,
Homer Davenport. Merrill D. Rich
mond, Evry H. Kennedy, Ben Faught,
Jas. II. Humphrey. -Clyde J, Boyce.
Paul F. Grouke, Howard B. Church
ill, all of Salem; Earl R. Van Xujrs
of Stayton. and William J. Holme
of Portland, alternate.
Bargain Day Promises
Read them on page three of this
The Limit of Conservation-
Speaking about tbriit, tnere is no
Itv rettinz the better of
Salem. From an authoritative source
It is stated that rammes nere are
canning up pig-weed against a pos
sible scarcity of "green goods" next
winter. Really, there are worse ar
ticles of diet than pigweed, which Is
supposed to be the progenitor of th
ninarh in the rarden. Those who
have used It declare It to be a pala
table as splnacb. ana it nas me ad
vantage of growing without culture
Xo More Annuals-
Bargain Day Promisee
Read them on page three of tnis
So great has been the demand for
Clarion Annuals of the Salem high
school that the supply published Is
. 1 raws frf
said yesterday that no more can be
obtained and that those who hold
..... ttta Annual but who have
not obtained them may have the
tickets redeemed in casn .
Greatest Bargain in Salem
The show at the Bllgh today.
TRACY WOOD CO.
Will supply yonrlvants In all
- kinds of wood.
16 inch Green Siahwood at
$3.00 per load.
10 load lots at $2.75 per load.
2 WANTED. .JUNK
S A4 All Ktmtm mt 14 H
' Oct r rlrr brfare ?m aril
THIS I'F-OI'I.KS JVSK U
- 1IAXD STORK
iti n. rt at. rxt
I WANT SACKS AND
I pay the highest cash price.
.Before you selL get my price.
I alM bay all kinds of second
hand furniture and Jnnk.
THE CAPITAL JUNK
The Square Deal Hoe.
271 Chemeketa St. Phone 399
COiTo Mr- and Mrt- J- J- Cook.
Friday. June 14. 1918. a daugh
ter, born at the home of Mr. and
8. It. Vail. 158 South Cottage St.
The father is head farmer at the
state school for the feeble minded.
FROST At the Willamette Sana-
tarium, June 13, 1918. Mrs. A.
Frost, who was 36 years old.
The funeral will be held this aft
ernoon at 2:30 o'clock from the
chapel of Webb & Clough. Rev.
George F. Holt will conduct the ser
vices. Interment will be In City
Besides her husband. Mrs. Frost
Is survived by three children. They
are Virgil, 12 years old; Irene, 9
years old, and Georgia. 14 years old.
The family came to Oregon a year
ago from Oklahoma and have resid
ed five miles southwest of Salem.
BROOKS In Salem, Friday. June
14, 1918. Robert Lee Brooks. He
died at the home of his sister-in-law.
Mrs. A Tittle, 640 Marion St.
TV ith his wife. Mr. Brooks was
in Salem on a visit. His home is In
Carstairs. Alta, Canada. Besides the
widow, three sons and a daughter
survive. The body is at the Terwil
Uger home, awaiting funeral arrange
Two In One" Shoo, Polish 10c
Shoe soles 25c to 75c nair: heels
10c ami 15c pair: heel plates 5c pair:
shoe nails, tacks, strings, etc.
Shafer's Harness Store, 170 South
Stnvn Until September-
Rev, Josephine Hockett, who has
resigned the pastorate of the High
land Friends church to take effect
June 1. has agreed to stay until
September because the new pastor,
a Rev. Mr. Lee of Indiana, Is unable
to reach Salem until that time.
Canvas baza 21.65. Teamster and
auto track anrons 11.25 to 11.75.
Sharer's Harness Store. 170 South
Commercial street. I
At the Court House-
Execution was ordered In the case
of Isaeblla May Hardenbrook against
Byron L . .Hardenbrook. to secure
from sale of personal property the
sum of $141.50. Order issued In the
estate of Edward Burns, deceased,
for the erection of a monument. Or
der issued for the appointment of
Victoria Boeschen. guardian of Ar
thur Roeschen. a minor child. Order
issued for the appointmebnt of Ben
Smith. James Smith and Frank A.
Osborne, appraisers of the estate of
Frank A. Gaelan. deceased. Final
report of administrator in the estate
of Arthur L. Livingstone, deceased.
Marriage license issued to Otto F.
Buetler of Macleay, and Hilda A.
Iardon, of Salem.
I have a $730 Singer player piano
which I will sacrifice for $562. It's
in . unusual bargain a . rare oppor-
unity for anyone wanting a high
trade Instrument at a low price. E.
L. Stiff Sc Son. 44 f r-urt St.
Will Work on Iaer
Prof. E. A. Hancock of the Eng
lish department at Willamette Uni
versity left last night for Anacortes.
Washington, where he has accepted
a position for the summer with the
Anacortes American. He will handle
the entire news department of the
paper, which Is a weekly publication.
Don't Fall To VisiU
Demonstration it E L Stiff A
Son's this week.
Our I July .Demonstrators-
Will serve free Golden West cof
fee and free lunch In connction with
our Universal stove demonstration
all day Saturday. Bargain day. E. L.
stiff & Son.
Join the Thronff
Of bathers and swimmers at Den-
nison's Boats and Baths, foot of
Rag Old Prices, New Good
Buren's Furlture Store.
Handsome oil paintings. ty Mr,
Howard Ellis. 16x20 site, only $1.00.
Buren's. Furniture Store. 1 1 9 Com
mercial street. ,
Tara to Ru-i
Hundreds are learninr the art at
Dennlson'a Boats and Baths, foot of
Kulmmlns Means Health
Dcnnison will instruct you In tnc
art at his bathing resort. Foot of
I Outline nd BathlnK
Boats rented and swimming les
. . . .
sons given at Dennison s Boats ani
Baths, foot of Court street.
Dance Mooe Hall-
Come early. Saturday nlgnu
. rriuHnri1 aaJesIadv lor taaies
underwear. Hosiery ana giora.
ply at once to Gale & Co.
r-v,. n train ncbeduie. un anu
after Monday. June 17, trains num
u. el .mi ci will he discontinued.
Xumbers 9 and 14 will nave aauy
Wood burn connections scneuuie as
I have a $750 Singer player piano
-fcirfe I will sacrifice for $562. it's
an uausual bargain a rare oppor
tunity for anyone wanting a uirn
grade Instrument at a low price, n
L. Stiff & Son. 41$ Court St.
CASTO R I A
: For Infants and Children
In Uso For Over 30 Years
Let Contract June
or the purpose of opening bid?
and letting a contract for the con
struction k)f the Salem-Aurora
stretch of .the Pacific highway, ihe
state highway commission will me-?t
In Portland Jun 2.r,. nida will be
received up to 1 1 o'clock. Construc
tion is to be in two units, one of 7.3
miles and another of 10.6.1 mil?s.
Bids will be received on aH types and
contractors will be allowed to secure
Portland cement at prfres f'xt-d !y
the war industries board. This is at
$2 a barrel r. o. b. Oswego, Xo guar
antee of workmanship, material or
a maintenance bond will be required
G ilon Hefrigerators
Rest made. Prices reasonable.
Buren's Furniture Stoie. 179 Com
A Large Enrollment ;
Is expected at the Capital Business
College next Monday when a new
class In shorthand will be com
menced. Few will waste time th'.s
summer none should do so. It may
be profitably emplojed at this school
in preparation for office Work
bookkeeping and stenography.
Ha and Trunks
At bargain day prices. Buren'sJ
I urniture Store,"179 Commercial St.
BEGUN HOT WATER
. JDfflOTIHG W TOO
TOOT FEEL EIGHT
8ay fl'aaa of hot watar with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.
If you wake up with a bad tasta.
bad breath and tongue Is coated; if
your head Is dull or aching; If what
you eat sou.s and forms gas and acid
in stcr.ia.b.. or are you bilious, con
stipated, nervous, sallow and can't
gei reeling just, rigni, Degin in Mae
bathing. Drink before breakfast, a
glass of real hot water with a tea-'
spoonful of limestone phosphate ' in
it. This will flush the poisons and
toxins from stomach, liver, kidneys
an dbowels and cleanse, sweeten and
purify the entire alimentary tract.
Do your Inside bathing immediately
upon arising in the morning to wa3h
out or the system all the previous
day's poisonous waste, gases and
sour bile before putting more food
Into the stomach. r
To feel like young folks feel; like
you felt before your blood, .nerves
and muscles become loaded win
body Impurities, get from your phaf
macist a quarter pound of llmastone
phosphate which is inexpensive and
almost tasteUss. except for a sour
ish twinge which is not unpleasant.
Men and women who are usually
constipated billons, headachy ot
have any stomach disorder snouM
begin the' inside bathing befo'e
Have you noticed wncn
anything in oar line drops
we are the first to adver
tise the fact? -These are
oar prices for Saturday:
CHOICE BOASTS OF
15c per lb.
BEST BOILING BEEF
10c per lb.
. 18c per lb.
LOIN OR LEO OF VEAL
20c per lb.
11c per lb.
The Best that Money Can
$135 per pil
FRESH LIBERTY STEAK
2 lbs. for 35c
2 lbs. for 35c
Our own make
per lb. 20c
2 lbs. for 15c
BES? CREAMERY -BUTTER
45c per lb.
10c per loaf
We expect others to copy
us. Bat remember we are
not a' branch market put in
to fool the public
We stand alone and are in
no way connected with any
other market in Salem. Do
your bit to keep us here to
protect you against High
Prices. Same old Midget.
Same old policy.
Originators of Low Prirces
351 STATE STREET
2c lb. Discount on all Fish on
444 Court Street
HEMEMBKIt THK MAMMOTH
June 18th at Turnidge farm, near
Talbot on Oregon Electric of live
stock and farm implements.
Saturday Kveniitg, June l."
Polk Comunity auxiliary will give
strawberry fete at Kimball's hill.
Program, S p. m. Autos will be wait
ing at the west end of the bridge
from 7 to 8 o'clock. Entire proceeds
go to lied Cross.
Trade In Yonr Old Stove
On a new Universal and visit rfm.
onstration at E. L. Stiff St Son's this
The Pioneer 1 term ton
Wil be held on the oJhn Hnnt
farm in the Waldo hills if. mii
east of Salem, on Saturday, June 22.
waiter looze will be the main sneak
er of the dav. Kvervbodv Invited
and a good time Insured to all.
Demonstration of Universal Stoves
And ranges at E. L. Stiff ft Son's.
Partake Of, Good raatry
uaxea on universal stoves and
ranges at E. L. Stiff ft Son's, all this
Sar Wheat Flour
By using our patent dry paste.
Buren's Furniture Store. 179 Com
Five Cents and Vpward
For wall paper remnants. Buren a
Furniture Store. 179 Commercial St.
New Co-Carta and Sulk lew-
Just in. See them. Buren's Fur
niture Store, 179 Commercial street.
Xew Line of Mattreftae Just I
We will offer a 15 per cent re-
Our Daily Prices
Wool Rags 5V$c
White Cotton Rags 2c
Shody Rags lc
Sacks 9c to 15Vc
WESTERN JUNK CO.
Salem's Leading Junk
Corner of Center and Court
Watch for announcement on
2 cans Milk 4..25c
3 lbs. Royal Club Coffee 30c
15 lbs. Onions 25c
2 cans peas 25c
2 cans corn 25c
2 cans Tomatoes 25c
5 bars White Laundry Soap
1 pound Coffee 9c
6 RolUToiletPaper 25c
5 pounds White Beans. . .55c
5 Boxes Matches 25c
Corn Meal 7c
We pay 32c cash, 33c in trade
4 ft. Wood or sawed
855 N. Commercial Street
(Damon's old Stand)
746 Highland Are. Phone 496
Geo. W. S toner. Prop.
1 Phone 211
duction on these. V. V. Moore's
We will sell all ready-made lare
curtains at 10 per cent discount. A
If you value your car have it repaired at the
Saxon and Elgin Six Service
1000 South Commercial Street
OUR CAKES' ,
Like Our Bread
"HOME MADE TASTE"
Angel Food Cakes, each. 25c
Devil Food Cakes, each 20c, 30s
Layer Cakes, each 15c, 20c, 30c
50 per cent Wheat Substitutes
170 N. Commercial St. Salem
Lumber, Shingles and Roofing at Our West
2x4 sized, Xo. 2 common, 4 and 6 ft. S10DO
2x4 aized. No. 2 common, 12, 14 and 16 fL $14.00
3x4 sized. No. 2 common 14,00
6x6 sized. No. 2 common 114.00
4x4 sized. No. 2 common $14.00
4x4 No. 1 common, sized and rough . J1S.00
6x3 No. 2 common, sized and rough $14.00
1x8 h 2x4 sized No. 3 $10jOO
1x4 lap siding, best grade, worth $30 $25.00
"Star A Star" Shingles, best grade : 1 3J5
AT OUR SALEM YARD, 349 S. TWELFTH STREET
Paints, Hardware and Roofing
HOOFING 23 cents per square off of regular pi rice.
llose City White paint, per gallon $3.00
llest Grade Fishcr-Thorsen'a Taint, per gallon $3S
Mortise Locks, both brass and old copper, worth $1 .... 75c.
Nails, 6 U per lb. : 7c
Hygiene Kalsomine, worth 55c, per pkg. 25c
Porch Paint, Floor Paint, Shingle Stain 25c per gal. off
2 It. 1 3-8 Present Price Price Saturday
12x20 $1.20 1100
12x24 - 1.50 -1J20
12x26 1.45 1-25
12x30 1.65 ' 1.50
14x20 1.30 T 1.15
14x23 1.70 " 1.40
12x30 10 " 1.50
12x:ri lA'i . IJw
10x24 1..V) 1.25
16x2S 1.K0 , O.50
16x:) 1.90 1.C0
16x32 2.00 1.70
18x18 1.43 1.20
18x26 1.83 1X0
18x28 1.1) 1.C0
18x30 2.00 1.70
18x32 2.03 1.80
20x26 . 1.83 1.45
20x30 2.10 1.G0
20x32 . 2.30 1.70
20x36 2.60 liiO
22x28 ,2.10 1.C5
22x30 2-10 lis3
22xir2 2.43 - 2.00
26x28 2.50 2.10
26x30 2.63 2.20
26x32 2.70 2U0
32x24 2.80 2-20
32x28 3.30 2,50
32x30 3.30 2JM
32x32 4.00 3 00
36x24 3.23 . 2.75
36x28 4.00 3.15
36x32 4.43' 3.75
" EVERYTHING HT BUILDING MATERIAL"
A. B. xteliay, Mgr.
Phone813 Yard and Office, 345 8. 12th EL
fine line ct net and marquisette car
tains. Hamilton's Furniture Store.
Bargain Day SpecUU ;
At Hamilton's Furniture Store.