THE OREGON, STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON SUNDAY MORNING MAY 22. 1921 11.1-11,1,1 mm mi "f " f II mwi'iP iiwin ' - " !.- " " ' I 111 '" -- -- . . - . i . "? I . ,. a . ... O.HENRY AL. JENNINGS ! (Contlnuipd from Inst 'e-k. 4'W.PTi:K K1XXTV A human prism he was re trading the light In wven differ ent colors. But different in this he was not predictable. Ueda ant' blues and yellows there were in Lis moods, hut sometime? the gold w.uld predominate and Nomotf mes the indigo. Hill Porter's ia a baffling spectrum of cay and pomber hues. These moo- of 7: were in scrutable to weAt times he Has w aloof 1 eoufa sea rely get a wrd Irom him. 1 would go away !.ethinn with anger. Ami in an hour he would come over with the gentlest aud subtlest perNuasion . v . II.. . - I . I -. i 11; . . W Wllctfuie we miu 1 1 iriiiiiiiiraa. - Bill, you've got a feii)lTme streak In you; you're so damned unreliable." I meant it for a tluir Uig rtbuke. . T Porter looked at mr. putting on at Boolisb aimpM-. "It makes me aulte interesting and enigmatic, oesn't It. colonel?' And then lie became instantly serious. "Sometimes things look so black to ine Al. I don't ft vim h me In anythrng. t can't bet myself. Sometimes I want to have nothing to -do with any one aad sometimes I envy th defl- 1 ance that seems I inauy f riemis." to win you so I'erter Sore ill JonalngN' Popularity. ! I'orter could have walked down Broadway and won the uiilnig mh lute of every celebrity for a iniltj had he so wished. And yet ht made that comment one day be cause a half doen bartenders had called me by name. He hail been very busy getting out wume utories. I had not seen him for four days. I improved the time by striking up acquain tance with the elite of the bar rooms One. evening I was talk ing to the tender- lu a saloon across from the Klatlron lluildlng Both my listener and 1 were ex citedly going through the perilous joys of a holdup.' I heard a hesi tating cough. Porter was at ni elbow. "Did you find an old friend in J the barlendier'.'" he asked when wt. got oatskta. "No. I just met him yesterday ." "Well. I stood there 10 minutes with a Sahara (hirst on me before he turned to quench it. You'ro evidently inure riches lo him than uay dime. "I've lieen looking for you. col onel. 1 went into five different saloons. I asked if a diminutive tfiant vsith a denture face and red hair had been prowling about the premises. 'Who. Mr. Jenrtiu-) I rum Oklahoma'." tluv up aud suj . and then th-y try to ooiui out gitur fool pi iliis to hie oil the a: phall. IIoa do nt do It'." Wuitleif J'tiiiiiiK o Itun for Mayor. P 0 The best thin? you can do is to bring that blown- out, run. cut or otherwise in jured casing or tube to US if it can be economically repaired we can do it - A repair made HERE is a repair made with skilled hands, high grade ma terials, and modern equipment A TRIAL J. B. Hileman (1 .( The Home of Ray Batteries 291 North Commercial St Phone 787 Did It Ever Happen To You? . VI HEN 0U rf?E ALL Set for conFoioAftLE. tM N fnt ouo BVS OUT fOrt "TOWN THE motor devexqw s 9 rND TE.N MUX FURTHER OMt THE" TATIENT SOCCUrttJ, tNTlRCUy ftNOYO Tinker with EVEfCf- "TrVNC IN .CHT" -fN0 UE. ON OOR. 8fCX UMDtRNtATtt fNp OiL ORIPS ltffQ YOUR tfcR. 'A rVt NtT fit f RNt TtLV.c 70O TMCM e, -my .Mft y&o owe op, ftnb vPivec to toweo to a tinner I WH"V tu QUlts -yoJ EVER I5Cjvht s ri - - Afit Tnc occ ZOhiV -VtCK vjlP JviiT 1.C iC Uft TnC, F.atTron:- OH BOY -1 THfTS "You OIIK'lt to onie here It lltl run for maior. Vnu'il b sure. Alul then you could ap pin 11 1 me your st'iictaiy We'd in clover." Many I10111 : Liter wheeled nroiind a; Min ii-ai" i be l-'latiion building. My h.it rallied away in itie torti.olo aiul then hulled down tin kIHiI I started to run al'ier it. Por- Mr'u fli in ttrAlnr Id iwl U'ri4 oil i my arm. "I'on'i colonel. Some one Mill brills it lo you. The north wiinl it coitMderaie. Ii payi indeiiiiiitit-s on I he damage wrought. If will send a porter to return your headpiece lo you." "Lake bell it will.". A likely chance it senn-d at - o'clock in the morning. I shook off bis arm. d 't rmWo'd to recover my property, wlieit. ilasliin- "P from nowher' came an old man. "Pariion me. s r. is this yours?" Kor the second time in my l'.!e I heard Mill Porter s. ikI up 'hat hubliliiM. si.noroiiK laugh ol his: Kor a moment I felt like a Pt ron hewitciik'd. "WhT" in ttuin der did that old gnome ci.iue fr.nn, a fry way "You oiiEhtn't to he so paiticu lar about the creature's origin. You've got your hat, haven't you?" It was a night of gayety. 'We'll continue this in our next, colonel. Come over at noon." It was Por ter's good night. 1 was ready Tor the jaunt promptly at 12. "Mr. Porter n lit his rooms go right up. ' the clerk saiu. I reached the door. could hear Kill stropping his raz- .or. I knocked, lie aid noi an swer. Gives Guest Latch Key. Mindful of the joyoua buoyancy of the night before I gave a vic ious kick at the door. He did not come. In a gale or resentment and hurt pride, I rushed to my room a block away. "He's sick and tired of me slid ing ir there night and day." 1 thought. "He wants to be rid ol me"'. 1 grabbed my suitcase and started dumping my clothes into It. . I planned to leave New York thai, afternoon. I was just jam ming In the last few collars when CHURCHES METHODIST I .f-v.lu. M-tbiii.l S.ulh ( 'laiuti-r.-! nii.t l . r Nlr-t. iitra- . . .Aiurii-u. Ifislir 'J t " a in . fiiimlay . School, K. Kliotcii su. riiilfiiili-nt ll orjii .mI rla.o". lor all irK U'I prad."! 1'rifmir.' ilfparlnifiii nuUr ilirwcimii vf u.n. 1 1 u I n.r.-v II m Ttt HiArninir elected ! w.,,-hiu :ih ..tiim'Ii U i'TOtmfinr Jo t-uli I. Kntfiu. A.M . hKil of tli le l-ntlii.ni in hia-ruturi- t YVillauirlt)' .itti.iit Aiifh.-iii liv t r i-koir. " I U ill I. ill ti (. .vl itit- (''. I'lins. II. i.al.ri. l Oflrrtorv lu. . " H k of rii.'' Stphm ilo.r. hv Sliiwn Man i iirnrr ami Mililn il Siivvry. :l .m , l ih. f ai Kii. ril.' IiiIhIiuw u til utt-t'l tb jiin.or Kjtoilli lauii. i J rati iiiri inprtms ui On' f pworlh Irnicuc Iv iiiilil. lo not fgrc't at-rvii-r Vilnt-ilny i-M-iiiiiit al ii rlili'i Hi liut'lri. I autl u( tli Kirortb in i. airut' I'li pastor will lilt-vl 'l.alt h p it. V.veionie w.irshi Mih I. aura .4uttii, 'a urailtiao tif Will.-till onivr in. anU a r. ully returned niuioDtry Irom lliilia Hill Kit I llr . v c.ll li auui.An on ''liiiliu Anilim hr ilif. i lioir. 'l.t Mi fry lamir t mo 'I'ti.-. ' II. w. 1'ui t.T. w Hi a soprano toiii ly Mm. A. N KiikUiuI Ofi.-rtory lu, "The Nin tv nml N in. " I .napion, liy Mr. Floyd II. .Mrlntyrv. .T.1SOH I.- Nfmorial Winter and Jef- I ( r5ii urMH, Tlioiuaa Ai'tti son, liBHtor On Suii.l.iv Mi;. '."Juil hrrk'u'-a fet tbut tliurili will i..'ui Willi a prawr aervi-e for 4'hriviiau ivurki'in and all who au 1.1 ln J HI 1.1 UmI l.y Uf. M-. llliiil... Sunday hi hoot ronvefie at 1:4 a.u. with Mr llaif Minn, miperiiitnflfiil. ('Jan lor all atrra with capable teachers in chart:.' a-uranl- to all who come a try profttnl'U- tun'. Siratiitr and in hor alwiiM welcome t'nlr the aui picea of the Koreiyn Minno:irT Society of lit- church Miu Laura Aimtin. a r turned lit ik loiwtry from India will ad ilr the m.'-i ntr at the 11 o'clock hour. .In ii lor church at II am, wheu a ai-r M-e full of inter.-Kt for yomiK people ill lie conducted. Mra. Arheaon will in chartc We earnestly auk the co opcralitxi uf purt uta itli uk in linn very iiMrtiuU fold.' Kpworth leaftiie irieeta at 7 pin Thia imrliiiit ia crowing in iiilT.-l uml iiuiiilnrH. V.OUHK people fre urtred lo le present. Kreninic worship S p.iu Sul.ject, 'Tbe MeSKaco of Two Covenants." There will ha good Biuaic led ly the choir, at iioth morning and rveaine meetinjs. The pahlie ia cordial- the door opAcd and Hill's ntddy, understanding face looked down at me. ' Forgive me, coronel, that 1 have not a sixth sense.- I could not distinguish your knock from anyone else's." Porter slipped hia hand into his pocket. "Take this. Al, and let yourself in any hour of the day or night. . You'll never find Hill Porter's door or hi time locked against the salt of the earth." More eloquent than the gift of a dollar from a Shylock was this tiibute from the reserved Hill Porter. Wa KoliUHt. ' First Method it corner Plat anil t'liiirch Mrect, brain r: Kir" pa'rick, intitixler Siiudiiy school ";41 a. in Morn IBS' ''worfiliil It o'clock. This 'iioliiv will ha ohaerred an Will.ttnelie Siindav and a apeciut invitation ia iaued to the Hlifdeiitft of the hiicb ai-hool and the university. The pa-tor will preuch a ieriuou on Chriituifi education, u.iii the Milijc I. "The I uiravrlied Uo.i.l " There will I.- ntccml iniiKtc under the direction t I he mesh:i:e of I'rof K. V. IIoImou. Let iin lituke lh- third in Ihia a day of (treat tairniratiou. At I :.' o'ctffk the intermediate and senior Kp worth lenities will unite ill the cel.-oi :i tioii of the :rjad uiiveriary of the foiindiiij; of the f.pa'orth league oy ore Keiilinij the historical puKeaut. "You Are the Hope of the World." This pro ir ram will te of iimiual interest l nil ouni: people.' KveniiiK worship at H o'clock. .seriuon l tlie pantor o'i the Huhje.t, "Sulvation hy Miiliatitullon The choir will furnish aix'cial inuvic Ml 'i' i at ":!' ii in , Kvenjiuc erice at H p m Special iiiiisip in tle UKirOiliif and even liiK rvice. Seruiona hv .the pastor. 'Ihuraduy e eniiis"erriee at 7;S0 pin. ure coriiianv invueu. i ue rsaoiui circle will have the finul meeting of -he year al the church on Tuesday evciiiui; at (,: flu o'cliH-k. with supper and social good time for all of the faiuihc ol the circle Church niiclil on Thurxday even i ue, 7 ::io p u. Siandinavian M.llio.list Kifteentll and Mill streets tier (' II. lUksel will preadi at 1 1 o'clock a hi. Sunday aehool :it 1- Don't fail to he with ua if you understand our laniruaKe. EPISCOPAL St. I'stil's t'heuiekeia and riuinh streets. ftervieea for Trinity Sunday, one of the five great festivals of the t'hristiaii yar 7 .'Mi a.u., low celehra tiou of the holy communion; H:4' a.iu i hurt h school : 11 a m., htirh relehral ion ami aernioi. o veitinr aerrici'. Kvcry hody welcome. t'has. H. row ell. rector. STATE .INSTITUTIONS Service are schedule. I l.y the Min ifderuil AsKOoatioii an follows: atate hos pital, t a.m., Hev, Thoiuaa Acheson ; feehle iniiirletl instjtiite, a in.. Kev. K. I., t'litnmn: deaf school, J: 1.1 pin., Rev. W. T Millikeu; cottage farm, 'J:i!D p.m., lie. . W. t'orliy: girl'a industrial school, .'I pin.. Rev. t'. II. Powell; ttiiierculosis hnnital, :i:l" pin., Rnaigu Jesse Koe t has. If. Powell, aeeretary. CHRISTIAN First Christian Center and High struts, J. J. Kvana, Hi in later. In tbe ahaence of the pa.lor, lr. lonKhridse will preach at the morning honr. ile has apent many years in India and hai long I, ecu a pastor in tho Baptist church. His measatre will he worth hearing. At the evening seriee Harold ltnll, one of the young men of the eon-r(rat ion, now study i n T for the luiowtry at Kuifene Bihle tinivemity, will preach for the first time in his home church. He if a young man oi fine promise. The' pastor will i .reach the Baaalaureate sermon for the ihle school at Kiiicene. The church school opens at 9:4.1. The orchestra and jteneral appointments of the various ! partmenta make an interesting hour. The young people invite other young folk, intermediate and senior ages, to join them at :30. FKIENDS hlaml Krieuds- Itible school at ! am, i ntllou Hons, auperiuieuoeni . school i n ow ins; in interest and nuiu In rs. We have classes lor all aaes and yon will find a real welcome. MorliHK worship ami preachiiii; at II. '. K lue.lini: at 7 aud preuchin: at M pin. for th evening will ue series on the "Parables oi The Kim-doiii ' oiiii people pray er lue.tiiiii on The-kday at 7 -HI p.m. Mrs I.e.- will !'! special Hilile lesson Midweek pi aver iiieeni on Thurxday nt P'o Mirangers and visitors always weUome. I (i iiid Ida .1. I.ee, pastors. UNION HALL Kvaiieelist Belt s closiaif serri.s? '6 UNITED BEETITEIN Fust I mted Brethren, VrW Park 1l,i.l. s.-hool t 10 tin. John V. Tbomp son, suieriiiteinleot Preaching at 1 I by the pastor, snhjecl, "Truth. What Is It Junior I'. K. will meet in the parsonage at I I a.lil.. superilitellltl'Ilt t'eliS liohlef. assistants Mrs. Wickiier and Ktta Hurus. Senior I'. K. at 7 p.tu, Marfin Wells, president, (ieiievee "Scot I, leader- there u ill he i pecial music and readinga in connection with the subject under coll siileralion. I.ospel seriuuJi al H p.m. Mid week prayer meeting on Wednesday veiling al M o'clock, at which time m deleKale to ret. resent the church in the annual conference will lie elertetl. -t'hoir practice Kriday evening at S o'clock. Teachers' training c!us will lake exam on the evening of the USth. f. W. Cor by, pastor. EV ANGELICAL Kvanp-clical Church Clbemekets street, K. . I. aimer, pastor. Siindav adiool hour begins at 111 a in , W. A. Springer, as leader, who asks the siipoorl of all members to make this a standard school. Sermon at 11 a.m., subject "A World s Vision." Y.P.A.'iit 7 pin . I.ois LippoM, leader. Sermon 7 :.". Tnesday even ing there will be the annual finance meeting. Thursday evening prayer meet ing. We .ovite ail. Kvcry one is given a welcome. evening,---- uie-rkiwg in Titian Hll on Court Street. Subject : "W hat SIMI I lo With Jeauaf" The crisis n Pl; ate'a life. It's lesson for today. Kverji bmly invited. Service at 7::ti. CATHOLIC fj1! St Joseldi's Mute) at 7 :w. ifO mid l;.'tn I.UFl mass ia a high mats 1.. .1. . . . ... Sling if MiW JttK Ur, A i. Ill S BSSS -I he ,.sU.r w Si six-alt , 1 "1, t,Vtt! Mvslelv of the 4 sthohc I'hurch." u . . devolioia'i." tiertetlfcHoit' sf- 1 fSi 'nnt i Ucv. J. K. Huelt, -nasUir. .- 1 . On moon I It nights "what he say8 to her ought to be discounted about ill per ceut m . ' ML . ' - iiiillltiliuui.UlluJIli-'' 'I 1 was always under the Impres sion that Porter's ppirit. unshad owed by the walls of the Ohio penitentiary, would have been a buoyant, fantastic incarnation. He had a robust philosophy that with; stood without the tarnish of cyni cism the horrors of prison life. Without these scaring memor ies I think tbe debonair trrace of I youth that was uppermost In his heart would have been the domi nant force triumphant over thw ordinary melancholy of life. "1 have accepted an invitatioo for you, colonel," He was in-one C0NQB.EGA7i.0KAL Tirt Congregational Liberty anil Center streata. W. C. Kantner. minister. 1H a.au, Monday school with clnssca tor Sll ages under the leadership of com- petetit teachers, W. I. Staley. snncrm- tefidnit. 11 s.m ReT. A. J. Niilletts. Uta superintendent of Congregational eborrhea. will speak on matters of soec- tl 'intereat to all Congregationsliats. p m.. hristian endeavor .lay .Morris. -i "set ares. i Double Seal Rings Why? They Save Gas. They Save Oil. They Keep Upkeep Down. ' m i t T-i - rm m. ... aney joa-Ke urrymg a neasure uecausc Ji ney rut rep, rick- t - . j . , iir flnrl Tcmitov" In f Via TT n rri n c s auw vnu kll V lllllvT .l- Recpriirnended and. Guaranteed by All First Qass Garages . . ., tutu ACLntLT ouvpa 7 HI 1 1 : : ' IJ ic&rrh i tr Look for the Name 4 Witlarir' oh a battery identi fies it as the product of the pioneer in starting-and lighting batteries., It stands for the most im portant battery development the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery When you buy Willard Tltfeaded Rubber Bstttery the only battery with Threaded Rubber Insulation you buy Freedom from' old time separator troublea, because the plates of this battery axe inultt not merely tepavated. Seres trouble and expense. Ask about the Willard Threaded Rubber. Battery end bow you can recognise it. DEGGE & BURRELL Anto Electricians 2.18 North Hteh St. rhone 203 - CvntraJ Coaffrtfationa) Ronth Kin teensli and Kerry streets, II. C. Stover. ti mister. Morning service st 10 s.ra.. Mrs. barton K. Kdward in eharge of the ewnrrh school hour Christian endeavor J f Ills gentle Sparkling hfOQdS, trttder. 8 p.m.. 'Sainaoa sod the L.ion Get Into ycur armor asinorum'. for we fare forth to make con test with tinsel and gauze. In other words we mingle with the proletariat. We fro to 'ew Mar garet Anglin and Henry1 Miller in that superb and realistic western libel. "The Great DlTide." ' . After the play the great actress. Porter and I and one or two oth er were to have, supper at the Ilreslin hotel. I think Porter teok me there that he mfgbJr-Ki hack and enjoy my unabashed eritieiftms to the young lady's face. "I feel fcreatly 'disappointed in you, Mr. Porter." Margaret Ang lin said to Bill as we took - our places at the table. "In what have I failed?" That Terrible Mr. Jennings. "You promised to brine your western friend that terrible Mr. Jennings to criticise the play." "Well, I have introdueed him." He waved his band down toward me. Miss Angln looked me over with the trace of a smile in her, eye. "Pardon me." she said, "but I caa hardly associate yon with the lorely thing they say of von. Did you like the play? ' I told her I didn't. 1 was un real. No man of the west wonlrt shake dice for a lady in distress. The situation was unheard of and conld only occur in the imagina tion of a fat-headed easterner .who had never set his feet be yond the Hudson. Miss Angln laughed merrily. "Sew York is wild over it. New York doesn't know any better." t'orter sat back, an expansive smile spreading a lipht in his gray eyes "I am inclined to agree with our friend." he offered. "Th west is unacquainted with Man Italian cnivairy. He said no more, but ho kept protHing every one pres-nt with his genial quips. Happy at Night, (alooiiiy in Morning. I never saw him in a happier mood. The very tipxt morning nu was in the depths of despondency. I went over early Id the afternoon. He was silting at his desk rigid and silent. I started to tiptoe out. I thought he was concen tratod In his writing. "Come in, Al." He bad. a pic-lure- in hia hand., "That's Mar garet, colonel. I want you to have tbe picture. If anything should happen to me. I think I'd feM hap py if you would look after her.' He seemed crushed and hope less. He went over to the win dow and looked out. "Yon know I kind of like this old rlismal citv of dying souls." "What the hll has that got to do with your kicking off?" "Nothing, but the jig Ts Tip Colonel, have you the price I,et'f have a little refreshment. They'll do up with a check some time, 1 nope." I did not know the cause of tai.i sudden overpowering deieclion. but no drink could lighten Tha light-hearted, winsome joyous- ness of the night befor had van isaed. The bright hues In the (Weetrum were muddled ttito the-l Court fltreet Chrtatlaa North Seven teenth and Court streets. Here it is the Lord's day again. It ia big family day in the Bible school. The three largest families (mother, father and children I present is to be special recognition. Will Ik iw jvur lawny i uc kiirrc iruiujiiy at 9:45 a.m. A place for every man, woman and child that comes. Next week we. observe Old Folks' day and following week Children'a day. .Something special arranged for each program -Morning warship 11 a.m. Junior following Lord's supper. Intermediate C.K. 5::i) p.m.; young peoples' meeting 7 p.m : song si r Sice, and sermon 7:. HI p in. On account of illness the sermon announced by the pastor for lust Liird s day wag not preached. Hear it tonight, "In It Noth ing lo ion. Big school on Thursday 1 to 9 p.m. Wo welcome the puhlie to worship with us. K. I.. Putnam, pastor. PRESBYTERIAK First Presbyterian Chureh street, be tween Cheineketa and Center. Mabbatb scliool at 9:4'. a in., Joa H. Albert, snp erini'ndeiit. Preaching by the pastor. Ward Willis Long at 11 a.m. and 7:. 10 p.m.: "The morning subject is "Tho llirijit f Kvangflism.' TopU- for tho (vendue is "The Motive of Kvangelisra." The evening service will be opiied by a popular song service-. Intermediate 0. K. meiiU at i::iO p.m., senior C.K. at t; :Tti. The prayer meeting will be on Friday evening at 7:30, instead of on Thursday and will be led by the pastor. chuech or ood lnifl North Church street, .T. .T. Oil leKpte, pastor. Hunday Krhool 10 a.m., hu liable classes for all grades of pupils, with good spiritual teachers. Preach ing service 1 1 a.m. Yonng people's meeting at li:3n p.m. and preaching ser vice following at 7::i0. UNITARIAN Finst t'nltarlan Church Chemcteta street. Services in the evening only at 7:30 o'clock, with preaching by the acting pastor. Rev. Frank Kddy,. The fcermon-topic for Sunday evening is "The Whys of rmtarianism." A brief but comprehensive statement of the history and doctrinal development of T'nitarian ism will be given. Those who feel that they have arrived at a point in their spiritual life when they need a broad Statement of the essentials of universal religion which welcomes all the truth which philosophy and science ran give are especially invited to attend this ser vice. The soloist wilt be Miss Frances Ward. First pastor. Hi BAPTIST Baptist William T. Mjlliken, llible school at 9:45. II R. lewitt. superintendent. Morning wor ship at 11, evening worship at M. Morn ing subject, Threefold Hslvstion." Kvening subject. "Manet ideation bv tha Word." Senior B Y. FX, meets st Hayes ville this evening st 0:15. Miss Kuth Uosa, leader. Second division B.Y.I'.U. meets at 6:.r0, Orvilln Pierce, leader. Topic, "My Favorite Saying of Chriat, any Why." Intermediate B.Y.P.V. at fi:."0. (.)n Monday evening normal class meeting at 7:0 and H Y P I', rlaaa at fl:l ". Only four more meetings of these classes after . Monday night. Full atten dance requested. , EVANCELICAI. LUTHEEAK Kast State . snd Kigbteeutb streets Sunday school at 9:45 am. Divine ser vice. (German) at 10:30 a. in. Evening service (Fnglish) at 7:30 p.m. Subject. "There ia. a Trinity." Vititwi sn welcome Oeorges; Koebler, pastor.- 3 llHEN you purchase a Brick you are making a known investment in a car that has proveij trustworthy for twen ty years. But don't take Brick's reputation, the words ol Brick owners or our words as to Brick's reliability as" the final argu ment Let us takefyoii out in a 1921 Brick. You; youtf will be, the best judge of its stillness1. an& p'ower.-'its' comfort, beauty an easy operatioar Your Brick is doubl guaraitVed for coni tinuous use through Authorized BuickL Semcev ' . ' USED; CARS' In our used car depftirtmQtyptr will fihd' the best bargains in automobiles ever, of fered j iii1 Salem? ' ' - - , ;ol Best Eastern Oil, 5' gallon' can $4.50 ; TffifeS Goodyear Servke Statioci, nevr prices. GASOLINE We have better Gasoline, gravity- StftS : Priqe 29& 3S8 North Commercial When . Better Automobiles . Are Btdlt, nmcn mn Buna t item ft: 1- fair iin pifstiii'iliiin swii ttiu .a.iswaisaii lisli slmS'li iin amm nmvpeii ' i " ''it-' iniiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii isii njiiiijiaiiiiwiiiiiiillliy ininniii Is The Choice in a Buyer's Market I -A BUYER'S MARKET is the supreme test tor any merchandise. In such a market INSPECTION, INVESTIGATION and COM PARISON supplant hurried purchasing and extravagance. Quality goods at JUST PRICES come into their own. 11620 NEW STUDEBAKERS WERE SOLD IN THE FIRST THREE MONTHS OF 1921. .t il lSSf j STUDEBAKER IS NOW SELLING MORE THAN ANY OTH ER CAR (except Ford) it;-. Compare a STUDEBAKER point by point with any other make of car, and we will rest our case with you. Immediate action will insure prompt delivery. 4sk your neighbor, who drives a Studebaker about dwT SER VICE. It is unexcelled. Phone us and a Demonstrator will be brought to your door. We have a few used cars takn in exchange that we will sell you at a reasonable price and on reasonable terms. OPEN DAY. AND NIGHT 23S South Commercial Street . Phone 362 0. r, "Y" Building drab. (Continued acit week) '