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THE OURCON STATESMAN. SALEM. ORRGOTt. -
SATURDAY MOIiXIN'G. NOVEMBER 27. 1020
Month Shows Recording
Use of Gasoline Kozer
August of this year shows the
hravleHt ale of pasoline in Ore
Ron alnre the gasoline and distil
late tax law became operative
Month Oasoline Distillate
February. 1919 ... 101.819 11.145
March ........... 1.912. f,74 371.718.5
April 2.688.534 ; 56.898.5
May........' 3.035,706.5 ''463.494
June... 3.702.146 407.454.5
July 3.903.453 557.572.5
August ...... 4.346.988.5 R01.C33.5
September 3.615.327.5 401.711.5
October 3,673.268 527.896.25
Xovember 2.771. 22 343.627
Dt-reraber ........ 2,102.982 137.583.5
January. 1920..... 2.092.719 169,557.5
February ... 2,509,725.75 . 419,281.5
Ma,rch 3.072.402.5 315.129.5
April 3,361.009.5 1C1. 188.5
May 4. 16. 453. 75 " 227.250
June ..... 4,309,848.5 586.076.5
July .... 4,438,834 129.660
AuRUBt ....... ... 5.289,389 439,071.5
September . .C. ... 4.616.968 102,011.5
October . . 4,109,410ri 84.669.5
, Total ......... 69.670.746.5 j 7,314,642.75
February 26, 1919. according to a
statement prepared yesterday by
Sam A. Kozer, secretary ol state.
The aggregate ot sales of gasoline
for that month was 6.2S.'.:x?
gallons. During the entire pi-riod
from February 26, 1919 to No-'
vember 1. this year, the total
"amount of gasoline sold in-the
stale was 69.670,746.5 gallons,
while the total amount of distil
late sold was 7,314,642.75 gal
lons, and the tax paid on these -amounts
The amount of gasoline and dis
tillate sold month by month and
the tax naid Is shown in the fol
years and three months, is the i
tinru merary pi ouigy oi receni ; ,
fame, and this is his book. !j
"The Kye of Zeltoon." a novel i
continuirg th rharactrs in 'Th-
lory iTrail." by the same author, j
"The Man of thp Forest," a
novel by Zane 5rey.
The Skeleton Key." by 1 '.er
-Mary Marie." by Eleanor H.
"ConraJ in Quest of His
Youth." by Leonard Merrick.
i i . , ,
Government Troops Sent
to Coal Strike Zone
AT THE LIBRARY I
"Russia as an American Prob-
lem." by John Spargo. It points
out the great opportunity for Am
erican ' business men to get into
Russia and "peacefully penetrate"
It before Germany and Japan In
fact urges economic assistance on
the! basis of mdrality and politi
cal sagacity and in Tiew of the
danger of a Berlin-Tokio entente.
Appendixes give much informa
tional material on economic con
ditions and political affairs.
"Vagabonding Through Chang
ing Germany, by the author of
'A Vagabond Journey Around the
World." Harry A. Franck.
"History or the World War."
the fourth rolume of the five set
by-k'rank H. Simonds. This toI
ume -covers the American people
and the war. the great retreat,
the battle of Arras, the French
offensive, Italy anjL3reece. the
Russian revolutionthe submar
ine, the third battle of Ypres.
Cambrai, Jerusalem. Caporette,
and Petain's achievement. Brest-
; Litovsk. The book . is profusely
- "'The World's Food Resources."
study of the food supply as it
is and its possibilities for the fu
- ture, by Joseph Russell Smith of
Columbia university, the author
or other studies on commercial
geography. . fi .
i, "The Book of 'National Parks,'
a .fascinating description of the
parks as types of American scen
ery, with study, of their forma
' lion and their meaning to the na-
ilon. by Robert Sterling Yard.
The Model T Ford Car." by
ictor W. Page. It includes the
roost complete practical treatise
CHARLESTON. W. Va.. Nov.
26. Governor J. J. Cornwell an
nounced here last night that he
had asked the government to send
rederal troops into Mingo county,
West Virginia, coal strike zone
and added that as soon as the sol
diers took charge he would ask
President Wilson to declare mar
explaining the operating princi
ples of all parts Qf the Ford auto
mobile, with Instructions for driv
ing, maintenance and repairing;
also complete instructions on the
Fordson tractor. ,
"The Adolescent Girl." a study
from the psychoanalytic view
point, a study less extensive than
G. Stanley HaH study of the
boy in adolescence, by Phyllis
raiKs to sunaay scnooi reacn-
ers," by Luther Allan Weigle.
"Foreign Missions Year Book
of North America;, 1920," a sur
vey of missions covering the year
1919. Each mission field is
briefly described as well as the
five home bases; directory of for
eign mission societies and statis
tics of the incomes are included.
Of special interest are the lists
-Etiquette Made Easy." by Ed
ward Summers Squier.
"How to Speak French Like the
French," idioms and current ex
pressions of the French language,
together with a list of French
proverbs, by Marie and Jeanne
"Carpentry for Beginners,
things for children to make from
the little ones to the manual
training boy, by John D. Adams.
"The Story of Porcelain," a
storj full of information about
the process for children, by Sara
Ware Basset t.
"The Story of Opal, the Journal
of an Understanding Heart." by
Opal Whiteley as it appeared in
the Atlantic Monthly this year.
"Daisy 'Ashford; Her Book,"
other stories by the youthful au
thor of the "Young Visitors," by
"The Young Immigrants," by
7 Ring W.fLardner; A boy of 4
CAMP SHERMAN, Ohio. Nov
26. A provisional battalion of
4 00 pic :ed troops Is under arms
here to leave for Williamson. W.
Va., ' early tomorrow. A renewal
of trouble in th strike district
has resulted in the recall of feder
al troops to that section for police
duty, it was announced.
Federal troops controlled the
Mingo region for som time hut
were withdrawn about six weeks
ago wh,en the situation quieted
down. Since that time manv dis
orders have occurred, a number of
persons have been ht and killed,
and gangs of unidentified men
have attacked coal properties.
The state government is totally
unable to cope with the situation
in Mingo county, .the governor
said. "I hope with all my heart."
be added, "that martial law wll
be declared immediately- after an
investigation has been made."
Rate Schedule Is Held
Up by Commissioners
The public service commission
has issued an ordor suspending
the drastic new rate schedule of
the railroads on fuel wood, wood
pnlp and wood bolts, which was -to
become effective December 1.
The schedule was filed by S. J
Henry, agent - for the Pacific
Coast Freight bureau.
XOT WORKING BUT TIRKD OUT
When one feels always tired
without working.' or suffers from
backache, lumbago, heumatic
rains, sore muscles or stiff Joints
It is not always easy to locate the
source of trouble, but very fre
quently it can be traced to over
worked, weakened or diseased
kidneys. Mrs. L. Gibson, 12th
and Edison St., La Junta, Colo
writes: "My kidneys were giving
me a great deal of trouble for
some time. I took Foley Kidney
Pills and they helped me right
away. Sold everywhere.
Why not prohibit the manufac
ture of pistols except for medi
cinal, mechanical and sacramental
purposes? There has been a lot
of loose handling of the weapons
in this country the past few
Down-Stairs Economy Store
JOINS US IN MAKING THIS
A REAL CLE AN-UP SALE
These Bargain iGounters Tell the Story
Consists ' of the follow
ing: Buttons, 4
' , Laces, ' -Braids,
Contains a big assort
Loaded with a big lot of
Heavy Wt. Hose.
$1.50 in: i
Ladies' Knitted Skirts
Girls Bloomers,; ' J
Union Suits for Girls, --i
Boys and Ladies.
Girls' Middy Blouses
White Emb. Muslin
Heavy Crib Blankets
19x26 Good Ticking.
More Surprising Values
Better Still, Come and See them Yourself
Heavy Girls' and Ladies' Bathrobes, Indian Colors, at $2.98
All Notions will go at half-price, demand it from the Clerks.
The Remnant counter is loaded with Remnants left-over from the big sale.
These have again been cut in price to move fast Be sure you get your pick
first " .
Overalls and Khaki Pants, special to Clean-up. at 98c
Silk and Wool Hose, regular $1.75, now 65c
rVe could go on and on and never do Justice to the amount of Bargains our
Down-Stairs Store has for you. 1
COME. THEN YOU CAN KNOW IT ALL
FORM A HABIT
BUY IN OUR
TWO-DAY ' CLEAN-UP SALE
Our Second Anniversary Sale is over. It is only natural that thousands of odds and ends,
remnants, etc, be left over. These, combined with our entire stock, are put on sale at ri
dicuously low prices for
atMf day and Monday
These Prices Are Worthy of Your Attention
OUR CLEAN-UP SALE IN GROCERIES
15 Bars $1.00
With Purthate in Otlur
Best Hard $023
Wheat Flour L
Our Own Brand
Olympic Flour, per sk $2.75
Northern Bear White Spray
Flour, Fancy Patent
Bleached, sk .$2.60
Corn Meal, White and Yellow,
10 lb sk 47c
Best Jap Rice, 12 lb. $1.00
Carnation, Borden's Milk, 2 cns,.26c
Libby's, Armour's, Hazelwood
Milk, 2 cans 23c
Tall Salmon, 2 cans 23c
Peas, Tomatoes and Clams, 2
Clinf Peaches and Apricots
No. 2'1., 2 cans 47c
COFFEE, TEA AND COCOA
5 lb. Coffee in bulk.... $1.10
3 lb. Peaberry Coffee $1.00
3 lb. Best Cocoa in bulk . 53c
83c Royal Club Japan Tea 55c
CRISC0, OILS AND GREASES
Crisco, 3 lb : 8Sc
Crisco, 6 lb ...$1.74
Crisco, 9 lb $2.59
Best Shortening, 4 lb 73c
Best Cooking Oil, 1 gal $1.59
Douglas Oil, U gal J. $1.03
FISH AND MEATS
Pickled Salmon, per lb Cc
Picnic Hams, per lb .23c
Bacon Squares, per lb 23c
U. S. Government Bacon, 12
lb. can $2.75
U. S. Government Roast Beef
No. 2 40c
DRY FRUIT AND NUTS
Split Italian Prunes Fc
White and Black Figs and
Dry Apples at
. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Oranges, per doz. .
Lemons, per doz
Best Apples, per box 51-73
Best French Pears, vaL $5 at
special, the box Jin
Best4 Spuds, 100 lb 4U5
Dry Onions, 50 lbs.
Best Petie Prunes, 2 lb.
All the above in lbs.
CANDY, COOKIES AND
Best Chocolate Marshma2yr
Cookies, reg. vaL 60c Rx,
now per lb. . . ., ZU
40c Cookies, per lb.
Oyster Crackers, per lb
Best Candies, U lb.
TWO-DAY CLEAN-UP SALE IN DRY GOODS THAT DEFIES
One Lot of Men's Suits, reg.
val. to $-15, now at $18.50
One Lot of Men's Suits, reg.
val. to $30, now at.. $12.50
Men's All Wool Overcoats,
reg. price to $15, at $7.50
Men's Work Shirts, reg. val.
to $2, now $1.19
Men's Heavy Weight Stifel
Overalls, elastic sus
penders, now at .....$1.65
No. 220 Blue Denim Overalls,
reg. val. $3.25, goes at....$1.98
Men's Dress Shirts, $3
values, now $1.25
Ties, big assortment from
: 98c to $1.98
Wool arid Rainproof Over
coats, for $7.50
Men's .Bear Brand Hose,
black and brown .22c
Heavy Wool Hose, at 39c
Fiber Silk Hose, Bear Brand
reg. 95c, now at.. 49c
Men's Winter Weight Union
Suits . $1.49
2-piece Underwear at 9Sc
Men's Haines Underwear at
the suit $1.75
Men's Work Shoes, at $3.98
Men's Hi-Top Boots, from..$6.98
One Lot of Boys' Suits,
broken sizes $3.95
Boys' Suits in these sizes
only, 10, 11, 14 and 15, at '
special price of J. $4.98
Boys' Hi-Top Shoes, $3.98 and up
Boys' Dress Shoes, plain and
English Toe ....$3.98
Boys' Button Shoes, sizes to
5'2 at v $2.98
All Boys Pants, Coverall, Caps
and urnishings Reduced 25',;
Apron Ginghams and Percales, per ycL 15c
Ladies' and Men's Night Gowns, heavy grade $1.48
Bungalow Aprons, special for this sale .-.9 8c
Fiber Silk Tricolette, 36 in. wide, all colors, very suitable for
Blouses, Waists and Dresses, regular price was $2.50,
now at the yd. 98c
Pure Silk, Striped, very appropriate for Shirts and Waists,
reg. $2.50, now the yd. $1.25
66x80 Heayy Cotton Fleeced Blanket, at $2.75
54x76 Double Blanket, special at $1.98
Nashus WoolNap Blanket, in plaids, at $4.50
4 lb. Sub-Woo! Blankets, a real value, at $3.98
64x76 Double Heavy Cotton Blankets, in very pretty
plaids, extra value, for $2.95
3 lb. Cotton Batting, pure white cotton stitched $1.25
Silkoline and Challie for Blankets, 36 in., all colors, yd. 19c
Men's Proxknit Wool Union Suits $1.98
Wool Mackinaws for Boys, a bargain, at $6.50
Boys' Haines Union Suits, special price, at 98c
Boys' Wool Flannel Shirts $1.25
Men's Wool Flannel Shirts at 1.51.75
Men's Work Shirts at ..98c
We carry a full line of Infants' needs. The Quality is high hut the
price is extremely low. You should see them
Our Hand Bags are on display and reasonably priced at from
98c to $10
Silk and Georgette WaisU,
reg. val. to $10, now at4L!3
Ladies Heavy Union Suits
in all Styles ... 11.4S and J1J3
Medium Weight Union Suits '
Knitted and Flannel Under
skirts 9Sc and $1.U
Muslin and Flannel Night
Children's Sleeping GownsC5c
Ladies and Girls' White and
Black Satin Bloomer 65e
Woolen Caps 45c
Filier Silk Hose for Ladies,
special : 75c
All Pure Silk Hose, reg.
$3.25 at now $1.49
Wool Cashmere Hose 65c
All Boys and Girls Stocking!
reduced 33 1 tJ'.i
We specialize on Peters "Dia
mond Brand Shoes, a ahoe well
worth the money.
Girls Shoes In black or
brown, special at ZSS
Ladies and Girls Heavy
Work Shoes at J3-S3
A Broken Lot of Ladies Kid
Shoes at $1S3
Ladies Mahogany Finish
and Black Kid Shoes,
Cuban or shaped heels,
reg. val. to $12. now at
sale price of iiM
Ladies and Girls Hi-Top
Boots in wide or narrow
lasts for two days only,
The Kabo Corset Co. have
nounced a reduction of their
Corsets for 25 ri . Our policy for
Low Prices takes a hand and we
have cut our corsets accordingly.
If you need a corset come in and
be fitted by one of our experts
who make a specialty of CHet
NEXT WEEK OUR XMAS DISPLAY WILL BE OPEN
SAVE OUR COUPONS
Our premium coupons are given
as a token of appreciation for
your continuous patronage. They
cost you nothing. Save them.
WE PAY YOU TO COME
With each purchae of $15 Dry
Good we refund fare 1 way and
$25 Dry Goods or $C0 Groceries
full fare within 25 mile radius.