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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1931)
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Bat we are making attentions in oar store,
painting, rearranging our interior display and
bringing right up to the minute our already
strictly modern store. While we are doing this
we want to balance op our stocks, and are
offering remarkable bargains in many lines to
dean up on extra supplies as well as move
many staples at (prices to fit the times."
Buyi Now and Save! I .
P. D. QUISENBERRY,
v 27c ;
lOfor . . 65c
I lb. Clario UnenJaper- j 'j
1 Bunch Envelopes :
OUC Fancy Boxed Stationery.......!..
75c Fancy Boxed Stationery ..........
$1 Q0up Fancy Boxed Stationery
1 lb. Whitman Sampler and
1 lb. Whitman Peanut Brittle Both for.
1 lb. Linen Paper and Enrelo
Electric Curling Irons
Guaranteed 1 year , -
Shell Fly Spray
Shell Dry aeaner
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$1.00 Hudnut Compacts
Loose and Compact Powder..
JBoth for Pries of One
$L.0 Rdk Hoi,
Water Bottle. . . v. t . V 57 C
fiL25 U. 8. Royal 1
Hot Water lyrttlo. i
Guaranteed $1 Foun
tain Pens and
GILLETTE RAZOR AND TEN BLADES
GEM RAZOR AND BLADES
...... ...... ..i:. .59c
, v.: $i.00
udora i ior ... a. w i
10c & 15e
Hand and Bath
C & C .
Quart f Size
i Ginger Ale ,
U for . $1.29
75 Fitch Dandruffs
$1.00 De Mussett
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for Gillette Blades
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SPECIAL; 50c TABLE
50c Amami Salchet
Bag free with each
purchase on this
table. '; v k!. I J
11.25 Pelrbl&sar ............ .87c
$ 12 o S JH A.
60e Rubbing Alcohol . i . . . .... .33c
lart Heatj Mineral Oil. . . . . .60c
SOc Pape'a piapepsin. .j. ....... .Ste
30c Bromo Qalniaa . . 4 SSc
S5c Wyeth Glycerin Sapposit.. .23c
75e Antiseptic Solution, pint. . . .40c
40e Castorla SSc
25c Feenamlnt . .... . 4. . . . . . . .10c
25c Anacin ...le
11.00 Milea Nervine . J 69c
Aspirin 12's Oc
30c Bromo Seltzer ............ 19c
11.00 Squibb Codlirer ; Oil ... .BOc
$1.00 Squibb Mineral Oil 89c
All Melba ToHet Goods.. Half Price
11.00 PacQuIn Hand Cream. .... . .BOe
$ 1.00 Jergen's Lotion . - .89c
$2.00 Karesa Face Powder . ....fl.4
$1.00 Fiancee Face Powder . . . . . .T9c
$1.00 Melloglo Powder & Compct.89c
$1.00 Williams Sharing Set...... .89c
LAlas Vegetal After Share Lotion.. 49c
50c Bay Hum . . i . '. .0c
Squibb SbaTing Cream S9c; 8 for f I.OO
Siraaskas Tootb Paste
Pepsodent " 85c 8 for f 1.00
75e 1 lb. Dichloriclde Moth Killer. .59c
25c Apex Cakes, 3 for .SOc
25c Listerine Tooth Paste .17c
25c Colgate' Tooth Paste, t for. . .25c
receire our usual
prompt service dur
ing; this sale. Just
telephone your or
ders either for
medicines or pre
scriptions and they
will be taken care
of quickly and accurately.
SPECIAL $1.0 WB
Whisk broom free with
any purchase bn this
table, t .1';
Parker Duof old Pens & Pencils
' Lifetime Guarantee
St. Regis Golf Balls
3 for. : $1.00
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Guaranteed. 1 year
75c Story Book
Children's Talc ,
lb. Petert Bulk
Chocolates .... i
l$c Cannon Wash
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All Leather Goods, Bill Folds, Traveling Sets, Lather Brushes, DeVflbissPefuniizers, J Hand
Brushes, Flashlights, Ingersoll Watches, Ansco Cameras, Hair Brushes, Military Sets, Thermos
Bottles, Bath Brushes, at 25 Discount, ' j - vll-i V J 'WitWSW--: h.- iil - I f-i
WATER RIGHTS IE
i Willamette Valley Company
Proposes Irrigation, In
l stitution Farms
?; The Willamette Valley Water
company, which has water rights
covering 50.000 acres of land ly
v lac east and south of Salem, yea
oeterday made a proposal to the
, state board of control whereby
v the- state would obtain water
- rights applicable to its Institution
:. farms, at a cost of $50 per acre.
f witn payments extended orer a
period of aereral years.
-0, i It was poiated out that these
;water rights woald he perpetual.
l.The state now has between 800
Uo4 1000 acres of farm land un-
i der cultrration In the Salem dls-'-trie't.
Under the proposal, - the
state would recelr 1.8 aer feet
: of water, which would be dellTer
'r ed through a series of canals.
vThe, company also contemplates
"power deTelopment. Water for the
development of both irrigation
and power would - be- obtained
-from the Saatlam rtrer, under
rights held" by the Willamette
; Valley Water company.
C. T. Dartey. manager for the
; Willamette ITalley ' Water- ' com
I pany, said tae proposal was made..
; in connection with ajn inrestiga
' tioa now being conducted by the
state ta determine whether it is
' feasible to eoatlnoe operation of
s tb state farms. A more definite
proposal. Including the ? cost of
constructing th canals and other
i information, will be presented to
the board of control at a future
? meeting. . " .
' Superintendents of the rarlous
T state Institutions were said te fa
vor irrigation of the state lands
. as a means of Increasing produc
tion, i ' f.
;-. In constructing the canals er-
ery effort would be made to aTOid
interference, with any power pro
' ject that may be contemplated by
the state or the city of Salem.
i- Schieferstein as
I President Again
i The Journeymen Barbers State
association reelected A J. Schlef-
ersteln of Klamath i Falls as ita
v president for the coming year at
c. a meeting held hers., Tuesday
night In conjunction with the
state labor meeting-now under
g way here locally. , l
Other officers chosen were first
Tice president. Ward- Lamb, La
i Grande; second " Tice president.
Dennis Henry, Marshfleld; third
Tice president, Clarence Town
f send. Saiem; secretary-treasurer,
? Ed Moore. Portland.
f Dr. I. H. Huntley of Portland
- spoke t the members of the as
Tffciatlon on "Sterilixatiom 'and
Licenses May be L
Used Next Week
September l:25 was announced
yesterday by Secretary of State
Hoss as the date after which own
ers of automobiles in the state
may : use the three-quarters of a
year ij license jrorided by law.
Hoss, said yesterday he had noti
fied all officers authorized to re
ceive license applications of this
date. After September 25 the li
cense tee for the remainder of the
fiscal year to July 1. 1932, will be
only three-quarters of the amount
charged for the entire year on any
car or truck, j
War her Decrees
I Secret Practice
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Sent) 1 (AP) Coach "Pop"
Warner decreed, secret practice
far the Stanford Tarsity squad
from his sickbed today. The Cards
went through blocking, signal
drill and other maneuvers under
Line ' Coach Thornhill. Warner
was reported Improved, and was
expected to be on the field to
New York Hoi
Even at Night
Some- of Salem's fine weather
would be highly appreciated by
Hayes Beall, Willamette univer
sity senior who writes under date
of September 11 to his Salem
friends from New York City
where h has been attending a na
tional meeting of the student di
vision of the Young Men's Chris
tian association. He says that
New York City's evenings are
Beall was to sail on September
Be a Good Scout!
SCOUT OXFORDS FOR
GIRLS -2 OFFICIAL
come in ejk
Color and Tan ; all
styles r and priced at
Sizes 2yx to 10, all widths, Good looking, Excellent
for wear. Jed-A-Pivot health feature scientific fitting
Buster Brown Shoe Store
125 North Comm. St.
Buy Your New Fall Dress at JOHNSON'S
Popular Priced Store
Johnson's for Host
13 for New Orleans. From there
he was to return here, stopping
enroute at Dallas and El Paso,
Tex., and Los Angeles. He plans
to arrive in Salem next Wednes
day, to resume his studies at the
Ted Parker is
Ted Parker, son of Rev. and
Mrs. B. Earle Parker, who has
lain critically ill at the Salem
General hospital for. the past
week, is now improving and, pro
vided no complications set In,
should recover satisfactorily, the
attending physician stated last
night "He is doing excellently,"
he said. -
Ted has been ailing during the
great part, of the summer from an
infection. His condition became
so serious last Wednesday ' that
his removal te th hospital was
Teams in the southwest confer
ence are prohibited front start
ing football practlco before Sep
It is often very difficult te make ekUdren eat foods that are abeo-v
lately necessary for them. Every child, for instance, should drink a
quart of milk a day. Because milk la one of the most wonderful
foods for children,
Many wise -mothers have found that KeIloggs ready-to-eat
cereals are the easiest as well as the most healthful way of encour
aging a child to take plenty of mSk. The number of combinations
r of Kellogg's Cereals with- other foods Is almost endless ana, even
over a Ions; period of time, they can be made different and thus
tempting to the child's tasta.
And then there are so many KeDogfs Cereals tee. A favorite
for each appetite . . . a preferred dish for every individual. Some
like Corn Flakes. Host kiddles are crazy about PEP Bran Flakes.
Rice Krispies with their "snap! crackle! pop!" never fafl to de
Adding, honey or fruit makes a brand-new dish. Serving cereals
in combinations is a new taste delight.
In order to help you with the problem of encouraging your
child to eat foods that are really good for him, KeQogfT has pre-,
pared a series of booklets especially for the children, Hers) in the
midst of play, for example, they learn that hot. heavy foods are not
so good for them at night as crisp, easily digested cereals and
many other facts that will simplify your feeding the children.
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WHEAT Biscuit sure
erisper than any you ever
tasted. They are) toasted
cms both; sides. Two bis
cnis Just fit the bowl.
New delielons flavor.
Every ! package certified
for food Tsloe.
ber to ask for KeOogg'a,
Will You Let U Prove! it to You?
Threo years we haro shown oth era why it pays to trade at
WHY CANTT YOU GIV E It 14 FAIR TRIAL
Quick Service Pleasing Clerks jf Good
CbUdren's. School Oxfords
Sites te t. Sturdy oxfords,
Blk. and Brown OA
Girls School Wask Dresses
Peter Pan, Broadcloth, Cot
ton Pongee. Sites: to 14.
Boys. Sturdy Hi-Cuts
Real stoat built f 7A
shoes at ...... vl!
Girls - School. Wool Dresses
Tweeds. Jerseys, ' Flannels
and -Batistes and . Crepes i
Boys Corduroy Ixngies ;
Extra .heavy, full cut, Hsht
and dark shade
' Boys All Wool Sweaters
Plain and fancy Pullovers
Tonus Men's Heavy 1 Oxfords
Leather heel, Scotch grain;
steel plates on! heel, ;
Boys' HI Boots ;
II -12 14 la. !
Heavy, sturdy, lace Boots
$3.98 a pair
CUldren'a School Hose
Fine quality cotton
aade, French nudti
ft x -...
Boy: Sweat: SbJrtrf . :"x
t WhKe. with printed i i
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lloys School Bresi Sht
; ' and Blouses: iMf
Broadcloth and Slsdras '
Boys Extra Heavy Blasers
I to ounce, alt , wool
.Blue Serge Wolenslfot1
i Uniforms i : 1 : :;
54 in. wide, finest "quality
Flannels J and Toteet lifwin
iij-- ' la Blue JalBO'jls r
Fancy Tweeds n4;4 :
; for School Dresses '
: Washable and fast colors
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Brogue Oxfords for OiJrls
; Real Billikan Brosnes
Selection of Mdae.
Pencil j Tablets i.l 4c
Loose leaf fillers. 4c
Loose leaf covers. 10c
Pencil Boxes com.. 25c
Large Pencil Boxes..49c
Large ; Pencil TaWeta .9c
Large size Crayolets..9c
. and Trunks i SSc
Athletic White Sox..25c
School ( Middies..89-98c
Cot. Bloomers, colors.39c
Missy Tama Lji..33c
Tennis Oxfords, blk. 73c
Girls win. Unibns....49c
Girls winter Coats $3.98
I and op ; .
Girls Sweaters....98c up
; fast colors
Percale prints ....15c yd.
72x80 Cotton BIank...69c
Cotton ChaUie ..17c yd.,
Ladies; Rayon Ilose..25c
Boys. Leath. Blaz.$1.98'
Sheeplined Coats ..$4.48
Girls wool skirts ...$1.98
Girls Rayon Bloom25c
Girls Wool Gkves49c
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