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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1919)
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I CCBHEN1 EVENTS J,
f Dec Kiddies Christmas
ee nfl Santa Claus at Coiu-
ii)ec 25 Christmas '
imcl 22-27. 6th annual Ma
la county corn hew. Val
L Motor company rooms,
; Front streets.
ne 30 O. A. C.-Salem
Lee at armory,. ; '
r" i.tl Clvth Annual
Jan. i"6u .
irion County Corn Show,
tullej Motor do., iracior ae-
urtment, state ana t roni
treets. .. '
F!. ITarnool of Gervaia vis-
giuao. - -
in Salem Tuesday.;...- ;
We, the jewwer,
S37 State street,
loa company, leamng . itinera!
c.ors. Superior service, moderate
Lit Hill, confectioner and cigar
L ot Mill City, spent a few hours
i.em yesterday. -
ee Xmas eve armory. 304
'MORE DEADLY1 THAN
THE MALE" .
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7 It El B fS t ta &
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wercua, wiU com
Holiday at Turner Xm
possession of: ,,....
'UU li.-OU!t fWirvitt.. : lutein h .is, S. .- i, . ,
Lonn t Wacoml mad. M. """ Chrhrtn... llitth, fr Slrtlkane i county , a.,. '!
me " -"' runierenee of th.
Mr- So Smokei
tat toy a K:i I
o dear. th -..V1 ins
or .moke of .,."aTIUla rt fin-
Busk. dtetribmoTr' Jacob,!
- - . ooutes of Hqaor
.: ""KMTS. Priw till :WUM Wwklv
I. ' . , iwitv nf a. r;itun
- wNtffliBlt Joh Todd, r. T w" uul v..uori
Japanese P,. 'nop. rrop. 36 jt,Ki " camtaJ Tu.Say, -hls
Ji X Liberty street.
ram v. , -i tu Hrrua i - 'uiur ui rn onAAni i i wiiiif in .m akv ..
--r. . . anaem r . " a. , i Mi n.t ,. . .. .
.,, 7" . ' . : RU-!.8ur; 8i"n m,,, , Neb:;: i
t teachers it,st,u at ,WJ, ,h' V" T. . n' Rr l th
n iH'en . htti n.,..(... v.. .
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nprt ua " '"-" " e..r ti
The national guard Co r m
a military ban 1 Ml. wlu
Tickets on ,7. ,r' - lnT"4 1
Steolhamm "n7" "ory- Oscar ;
music. "ave of the
Gents n, ladies 250; Armory. ,
S. V. Ramn T3 i
Hear th htw
uitucsira and thf
jazz slnser, Xmas eve af armory. 304
Dance Xmas night armory. 304
Holiday dance at Turner Xmas eve.
Ingrersoll -umtiu cn
Tjlers Drug store, 167 S. Com'l. sni.
Xmas eve dance, armory. 304
Mr. Headriclt. th in
. .. . , , ." iaaii, en
tertains durne- tho flo
vved. and Thurs. niirhto
Mrs. Mary Haas hBO
land, Cal., for a holiday visit with
her daughter. Miss Ida Haas.
PiU'n fapanesei Primroses on sale at
Coopers, 161 N. Libertyv
latHr duvi.is tin- ,,,,.
R. Shank of Sut-J
Buy vour , - .wwr, president or the ra. M. U h'ulkvrson, simer- tp. h... . ,. "l """'a uWrl;
. )our Xmas cand ea t r Portlai k..., 'vianr f. k . ' """"r- street have ao Ule,t m .. . . J
s. 1B1 K.tu t .. . """wr oi comraerif. . "" -""'n, wm to iv,i. rf . v n, i,.
rritJV M,lrttor.t the capito. TUeS,tv after- 'l"tTT M,B " . M!di-ed. the 1 "
Dance at T.n oon. eonf.rrin, n.. ' :mW t.httt rt.i,J' !,h on .Mr. ?!
WwrlT 1 lull AsTTAMrTMir"r Anriwim
Dao.ce at Turner Christmas eve
D. Knlchf anA o
Hl!rate neiShtring farm, near
biiverton, were pre-Christm w. i . agant hl will 1
to Salem Wednesday wtom.i the principal feature, of the
Dance at Turner Christmas eve.'
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dBnid dane at Turner Wednes
day night. S04.
Attorney Walter Winslow journeyed
hi Aioany Wednesday in relation to
vonierrins with r.-orn.x. i
cett over fish and game commission
A huge Christmas tree, and a Christ '
mas pageant in costunifr will be two
ot the principal features of the enter
tainment at the Jason l.ee Memorial
inurcn Wednesday evening. The ex
ercises will begin at 7:X0 o'clock, and
the decorations will be In keeping
with the Yule tide season.
toUco Wednesday were seeking the
cu.i.iu. who stoie a bicycle belonging
to Claire Ausman. 1265 N. ISth street.
rcha a home
on. Mr. ; : j'K.r; rr. ."',uth
"" ign school,
business matters uendm in h t - ?T Ume Tuesta-- The bicycle was
county "aKers l,enil!S n the Linn left standing in front of the Cemrul
D. Ressler, professor of educa-
uregon Agricultural College re
ff. T. EIGDON 00.
CI North High Street
Your kiddies will enjoy the Xmas
candies at Cooper's, 161 N, Liberty.
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Miss Ethel Liston left today to
spend the holidays with her sisters in
Portland.' ; ... : ...
William Krebs of Talbot was a Sa
lem visitor Tuesday, ; as the guest of
relatives. . j.
turned to 00 . ;. C, W' J' 0lt
a brief minn.n in H," "e m clerk
Miss Flora .Case, lihi-nrion
nounces that the nnhlin m.ro L, n.ni
close at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday eve
ning ajia will not open at all Thurs
day. . .
Cigar store, 363 State street.
While on a business visit to the
state capital. W. J. Ortmnn of Knter-
county called upon County Clerk V'.Ci.
boyer and spent short time ciiinnni-li,
an- clerical and filing methods.
I. Blodeett formevlv a incuKn-
the mechanical force of the States ' r" , i?. "l" L " ' F'
man was a Salem visitor Ml Z ,nstoat home was In Marsh
man was a Salem visitor Monday. Mr.
-"-"s"- nun cniiJiuyco on tne Ure
Mr. and Mrs. James I.ewla loft
Wednesday to spend Christmas with
the former's , parents on their farm
near Vancouver. '
Xmas candies at Cooper's, 161 N.
Liberty. - 304
Big dance at new Auburn hall to-
Miss Harriet Rigdon is spending th.
holidays at .the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrj. W. Tl Rigdon, 29 J North
Winter street. Miss Rigdon is an in
structor in a Newport school. - .
Zadoc Craven, a contractor nnd
builder of this city, and a resident of
uiiu n, icaiuvin ui
night. 5 piece orchestra. Cash nriaes Slfm tnr tho
for the ladies. ': . 304 'Portland WednesdBv tn
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We Have Given Away
In free Merchandise
Hundreds of people in this vicinity have been made happy by. receiving in
gifts irom- our pieuuuu u,r. ;..v
Glassware, Dishes and Other Articles
b hPP. riw ,w.av durin, the past two weeks. .Those who were skeptical re-
;,rdingo5pre of' S.
away many beautiful and useful articles of f?1 ,have
urpremium department during the coming year. Those t w w cc , p
land have not, Jyet, turned them f?",
To the thousands of friends and cust e XI to keep
ed and supported this store and who have aided w in our efforts to p
Prices down for the benefit of the people, we extena
We wish to thank the people for their Xmm
jming year will be the same as in the past; :
F0R HIGH GRADE, DEPENDABLE MERCHANDIbL.
W0CERIES. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BU
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The funeral of William t'nistodt.
age 50, who died Monday at the state
hospital, will be held Friday at the
chapel of the Rigdon compuny. Bur
At least fourteen Hilton h,ivA KA.n
sold by agents in this city during the
past iour days. This is Indicated by the
number of temporary licenses issued
has been issued since Inst Saturday,
at police headquarters. - This number
No temporary license is insiieit fur
other thun newly purchased ears.
J. C. Smith, uronrietor of the ftlen
rooming house which was raided
Monday night, denies that charges of
immorality were filed
states that the warrant merely uccuses
Also 7unk of All Kind
Best Prices anarantsed
CALL 398 .
The Squire Seal Bouse "
871 Chemeketa 8t Phone 398
A MERRY CflRISTfJAS TO ALL
In our rejoicing let us remember all
those time, loyal hearts who made this
sible under Old Glory's Protecting
and in their memory and to the
onpr of "Him." whoso )
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ate, rededicate ourselves to ren-
noble service to all that lives. ' .
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This is the greatcstrist
Ikw nd orosperity and revive to do
""r. .v. t f.:fvi ct..t,
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So let us an Mf"'. It the United States.
our part in developing