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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1920)
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fggS FOR BREAKFAST j
'nil neck and neck ' , .
m m m '
; Aod either one may nose out;
W'tltb the lMt bet now on Wood.
Tfie W" att-m precincts went down
tkt Use for- Wood like good . Ameri
Ht yn J'n1 the Salem Floral
pcttty? K'-not, it is up to you to
jol. I' yn nave any ,ntreet Jn Sa-
It is all ovr Lut the counting, and
B to ChlcaeS After the first bal
lot, sbottt half the delegates instruet
for Johnson will drop him with
tuck dul1 ,hlul as to shake the
foundations of the convention hall on
It was 32 ears ago tnat the first
titlonal contention was held in that
'fculWinj. thJ Coliseum, then finished
. lpBobllcan convention that nominated
f,n ""A "er a week of
vw.w.uk- i b waa . .
In which th ao- . .
the then reontwt i .. .
. : xiuie cneer-
OILJamea 0.-BlI. nd where
, wepi wnen inalne of
Maine could not be nominated
H may he auother'nialne-Harrlson
convention; or any other kino, it
Is your guess, dear reader.
Seven-Coolie Engine, Which Runs on Tea,
i Keeps China's "Steam Roller" in Motion
...To H,, fonscleiio.
?f mustn't overlook the fact
that Austria was against us In this
war, says Senator Penrose, adding.
we are in the habit of blaming Ger
many for everything, and if we dont
watch out Austria Is likely to escape
just penalties. Austria reminds me
of Percy Jones.
"Percy Jones likes to be called
a regular fellow and quite gallant.'
said a mutual friend to another.
-'But is he gallant? questioned
" 'Well, I'm not sure. He chang
ed his mule's name from Maud to
Dill so ha wouldn't feel ashamed
when he licked it.' " Chicago News.
Seadnie your name and address and I will send yon a
prospectus of the
SILVER ICING MINE
CThrown Into High. It Can Make
Speed of Two Stcpa Per Min
ute. Nation's Interest in Things
Mechanic?! Just Beginning To Be
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A Til if 1 & ute. Nation's Interest in Thinga I'iu
I . 1 A MechaniwI Just Beginning To Be t
W jWj U Aroused. Utjlil
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PAUL AUTOMATIC WATER
Tats syiteia tth a fra water at
tarhmeat malataias the prMr la
yoar task aatoMatirally aad iim
yoti freh watrr ittc frM IW
ftt cool fra drtak o Ike
test day. Very rrotooktl la Op ra
tio a aad iaw la ptir.
Tell jtfHir a4s sad I will Ve
gtad ta b! yea frtrrs aa aay Js
aeedef to it yar nslrrsata.
T. C WOOD, DEALER
1X North ConmerrUl Strwl
This street corner at first glance about two steps per minute and has Every Christian snhtiooary has beea
might to far from the land of ai- " least an hour off at noon for nee found by the investigators to be aa
T . ,. . . . calces. . A few steam rollers have advance guard for avtluauoa. aad
CiZV0?'X Vyt -PPered. but most of the rolling is every miuionary senre. a. a baresa
aM "jr w oo
LADD & BUSH, BAliKERS
General Banking Bosinea
Office lloura from 10 a. m. to 3 p. ik.
has helped to make this
j united country :::::: :
Jim Hawkins props his feet on the
rose festooned porch railing in an
Oregon suburb and reads the same
motor car advertisement that Cousin
Peter is studying as he rides home
from work" in the New York subway.
In Arizona you can buy the same
tooth paste, and tobacco that are
used by the folks in Maine.;
.'!-.- ';. I- J '
California fruit growers advertise
their oranges and lemons to the peo
ple of the East New Hampshire
factories make ice cream freezers
for Texas households. j
There can be no division in a coun
try so bound together by taste, habit
You can meet up with anybody in
the United States and quickly get
on a conversational footing because
you both read the same advertise
ments. Advertising is the daily guide to
what's good to buy.
Advertisements give you the latest
news from the front line of business
Reading advertisements enables you
to get more for your money because
they tell you where, what and when
- to buy. - j
And it is a well-known fact that
advertised goods are more reliable
and better value than the unad
tlnn hv rnnl' Mr. Broken ttune. of inforrtuttaa ever known auh.
Hankow. Good roadi. such. M the m this Hankdw scene is being pressed jeet Misiionaries in their busiest
one illustrated, and such occidental into the earthen preparation. days have -been called apoa by pro
architecture are rare in China except The Interchnrch World Movement, grrsslvt Chineit ckUeas to explaia
in port cities and those of the inte- co-ordinating . the efforts of the the operations of a steam roller aad
rior which have been touched by Protestant Churches of the United the ingredients of asphalt. It Is upon
foreign influence. States both in tfle home and foreign such beginnings it is claimed, that
The nimble teani of seven coolies fields, has brought out many interest- Christianity snakes its way in the
in the street moves at the rata of ing facts from iu recent survey. Orient
Injury in Taxicab Wreck
Will Keep This Swimming
. Champion Out of Olympics
Party Leaders in Congress
Propose Summer Recess
WASHINGTON. May A new
plan for a recess of congress from
Jane 4th or 6th to about August 3rd
with a further reoesa over the No
vember elections in tha background
developed today from senate negotla
tlons on tha summer program.
The new proposal was said by
leaders on both sides to hava gained
headway, subject. to future legisla
tive development and also possible
action by President Wilson but agi
tation for a sine die adjournment re
mained. Settlement today of the Republi
can factional row over tha meat
packer control bill was said to have
paved the way for a recess.
A conference of Republican sena
tors today voted unanimously to
press tha appropriation bills aad coa
ference reports. The senate Demo
crata were aald to ba ready to co-operate
in pushing through tha argent
Read the Classified Ads.
THE NEW HARLEY-DAViDSON SPORT MODEL
"Bets cf the Solo Mounts
That's what yon will say afWr you haTt riiiea caa
Coma and sea them today. A new shipaaat just arrived caa
make immediate delivery.
' HARRY W. SCOTT
147 South Commercial Street Phone C3
The slump in shoe prices is on with a vengeance. Good stylish, serviceable shoes are now being sold at fully
twenty per cent less than factory prices. It is claimed by those in the position to know that the present condition
is only temporary and that shoe prices will be still higher for fall, you should worry,
MA if H AMiTFC
LADIES' BUTTON SHOES
Black Kid and Patent Leather Shoes, button,
high or low heels Begular $5 and $6, all sizes
in this lot
Tedford II. (Tehly) Caaa
ASD PRODUCE WAHTZD
Blarion Creamery & Produce GoJ
Salem, Oregon. Phone 2483
LADIES' BLACK SHOES
Black Kid Shoes laceor button, high or low
heels; all sixes. Shoes that were $6.00 and $7.00
I SALEM MARKETS I
Eggs and roultry
Hens, heavy. 28c.
Old roosters, lie.
Fork, Mutton aad Deef
Pork on foot, 14-14 Vic. "
Lambs. 12 0 12 V.
pressed hogs, 20 21c.
Beef, steers, t to lie .
Cows, 6r sc.
Top veal, 17 He.
Cheat hay, $22 to $23.
Oat and vetch hay, per ton, $2S
Clover hay, $2 to $2S.
Feed oats, 90c.
Beans, 6c t ttd
M1U Feeds, Retail
Mill ran, $54fi $55.20.
Wboleaale To Dealers
Creamery butter, cartons. 56-C7c.
Oranges, $5 to $7.
Dan anas, lie.
Lemons. $fi to $6.50.
California grape fruit, $4.
Florida grape fruit, $7 to $t.
Onions. $7.50 a sack.
Turnips, 85e a dozen hunches.
Carrots, 8 5c a dozen bunches.
Bell peppers. 40c a pound
Kouni radishes SOc dozen bunches
Paraley, 69e dozen bunches.
Bvets. 85c dozen bunches.
Green onions. SOc dozen bunches.
Lettuce. $1 a dozen.
Peaa, 20c pound.
Creamery butter. C2c
Dairy butter. 5 5c.
Eggs. doz.. 42e.
. Flour, hard wneat. $3.35 to $3.10.
viour. Talley. 12.55 CIS.
Sugar, cane. 25c.
Sugar, sack, $24.05.
Are You Needing Shoes
Look over the prices quoted here, then
come and let us show yon real bargains.
SMALL SIZE SHOES
Can you wear 2, 3, 3Vj or 4 Hanan Made
shoes worth $12.00 and $15.00. Small sixes
LADIES' BROWN SHOES
Brown calf vamp, cloth top shoes, lace, Cuban
or Louis heels, latest toe, regular $10.00
LADIES' DRESS SHOES
Black all Kid Lace Shoes, Cuban or Louis heels.
all widths, our regular $11 seller
MEN'S ELK BALS
Brown EDc Bals, with Lade
i tractable soles, worth at pres
MEN'S DAIRY SHOES
Heavy Soft Black Dairy Shoes,
with wooden soles. Begular $5
ODD LOT SHOES
Broken lines men's $3.00 and
$10.00 Black Calf Dress Shoes,
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Black Blncher lace calf shoes,
wide toes, regular $10.00 line
MEN'S $10 and $11 SHOES
Black or Brown Shoes, Blncher
or Bal lace, English or staple
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Brown or Black Blncher or Bal
lace, English or high toe, regu
MEN'S $14 and $15 SHOES
High Grade Black or Brown
English or staple last, Blncher
or Bal lace, all sixes
HAVE YOUR SHOES
Our repair shop is equipped
with the latest machinery
At Half Price Wednesdays
LADIES' $11 and $12 SHOES "
Gun hXttal or Brown Calf Shoes, high cr low
heels, all sixes and iarls at tha special price
LADIES' TWO TONE SHOES
High Top Brown Kid, Vamp TUldaouse top.
Louis heels, the season's cortlty, regular $1100
Fix Up Your Old Shoes
A few dollars spent for repairs will add
montnj of wear to your old shoes
WHITE CANY AS OXFORDS
Begular $5 and $4 Ladies' White Canraa Ox
fords, High or Low heels, all sixes
WHITE KID OXFORDS
Begular $11X0 While Kid Oxfords, long pencil
toe, Louis heels, Ytry swell
LADIES' $10 and $12 PUMPS
Ladies' Black Kid Pumps with or without
Buckles, high or military heels
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