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' THE CAPITAL JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1920.
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AH Around Town
Jan. 17-21 Horn Product
? .nd Thrift week.
. Business men's
iJon at Commercial club.
Koon: ,.S3-Sixtb Annual
IT .... tntnr Co..
vaiie i""'-- - -
State and Toni
,:rf .t niisineas Men's
league meeting, 8 p. m. Com-
, Meeting of llter-
ary section of Salem Art lea-
eue, library, 7:30.
I Jan. 22 Woman's KepubU-
5 can club meets In Commer-
I chl dub, 2:30 p. m.
Jan, 27-28 State meeting,
I National Farm Loan assocla
Dance Moose hall tonight
Mr. and Mrs. Frank & Glover of
Portland, are the guests of friends
here while on a brief visit in. Salem.
Dance Moose hall tonight 18
Rigdon company, leading funeral
directors. Superior service. Moderate
Bartlett Cole of Portland transact
ed business in the Capital city Wed
C. N. Needham about Baby Chicks.
658 State St. Phone 400.
Basketball Friday, Jan. 23. 8 D. m.
O. A. C. vs Willamette U., Salem ar
mory, conference game. 18
The Gray-Lhevinne concert
1. pany- wnlc" appears at the First
- -PhHal inn r.hiiir.li 1 i
are guests at Hotel Marion during
itneir stay in Salem.
jjve, watchmaker, Jeweler, Salem,
Dance Moose hall tonight 18
The Woman's Relief Corps McKln
u. tov program has been postponed
n..vt social given by the Neigh-
tar, of Woodcraft and Woodmen of
world at their hall, Friday nlgnt,
Jan. 23, 120. - "
lou must see that wonderful film,
Keep the Boy on the Farm," now
ahowing at the I'.lib'h. 17
Mrs. C. Rowland of Silverton visit
ed with friends in Salem Wednesday.
1920 Calendars for practical use.
Homer H. Smith, McCornack bldg.
Don't forget to "see Bishop's display
f Oregon made goods, starting Mon
day Jan. 19 until Sat. Jan. 24. 18
Ba Woodry's big furniture auction
ad for Sat on page 8. 18
Keep the Boy on the Farm" is a
feature film worth seeing by all, es
peclally the farmer. At the Biigh. 17
Bruce Dennis, publisher of the La
Grande Observer and leading poli
tician of eastern Oregon, spent Tues
day in Salem.
A film of excellent merit, keen in
terest and great benefit to boys and
parents, "Keep the Boy on the Farm,"
showing at the Bligh. 17
Former Governor Oswald West was
a Salem business visitor Tuesday.
O. P. Coshow of Rosebunr rn'ieav-
ed before the supreme court Tuesday.
TTRE TROUBLE NOW
REDUCED TO MINIMUM
J. W. Sherwood, state commander
of the Knights of the Maccabees, is
writing Willamette tent No. 6 Kejje.
"Keep the Boy on the Farm" is a
film that answers that great boy ques
tion. At the Bligh. " 17
it M .itjhii . rTitu ,A
XONE STAR RANGER'
- STWP,VftWi. -;t
One of the greatest factors in pop
ularizing the motor car has been the
vast Improvement in automobile tires.
In the olden days the tire question
was about the biggest bugaboo that
disturbed the motorist's peace ol
mind. If he. started on a journey he
was indeed fortunate If he ever fin
ished it. His troubles were a fertile
field for the comic supplements and
man? jokes were cracked at his ex
pense. All this is changed today. Tires are
indefinitely more dependable now.
But although tires are being built
with a much higher factor of safety
and dependability than ever before,
and much greater mileage built Into
them at the factory, thousands of mo
torists are constantly discarding tires
that have failed to reach their three
score and ten, through no fault of the
Millions of miles that were built
into the tires failed of attainment last
year through lack of the simplest re
pairs that could easily have been
made by the motorist, himself.
So a national tire conservation
movement has been inaugurated with
the object of showing motorists every
LaddlDush Bank Building
X$fCor. 6tate wt
-ALL THE YEAR
One happy fact remains true
BREAD is your BEST food
IS YOUR BEST BREAD
Supreme in nutrition, BREAD is lower in cost than
e same amount of nourishment in any other form.
18 the most economical food today !
oft'w 6 10 mre BREAD; resolve to give more
health-building, muscle-making food to your
where methods Of til- Mr- that -!TI
add many miles to the performance
of their tires.'
Carrying out this idea. Valley Mo-
Vn1", - J" Wilson- Ir Jorgensen,
Z08 Commercial, have arranged to
have a tire einorf (m. t.. - a
- - ... ... a uvuu-
jyear Tire & Rubber Co.. assist In the
observance of Tire Conservation day
on Jan. 24th.
'There Is no question that motor
ists of Salem and vicinity can get
more miles from their tires." So we
have secured this expert to come to
our place to demonstrate the simple
methods of tire care that will add won
derfully to tire mileage. We have not
asked him to make a stock demon
stration speech, but have arranged
for him to give individual attention to
every motorist that has a tire prob
lem to be worked out
"He will show just how tires are
made, from the crude rubber to the
finished tire, and will have tires with
him illustrating every kind of tire
wear that motorists experience. Meth
ods of combatting- each one of these
particular kinds of tire trouble will
be fully explained.
"We feel that our local motorists
are entitled to know how they can
avoid the disappointment that comes
from putting away tires that have not
attained their full mileage, and we are
expecting that Tire Conservation day
at our place will result in an increase
of thousands of miles of tire perform
Capital Business College announce
dance Thursday evening January 22,
alumni invited. 18
CRAIG Mrs. Dosla, Craig, 42. from
Clatskanie, Oregon, -died at a lo
cal hospital Monday. Funeral held
at 10:30 Wednesday morning at
chapel of Webb & Clough company.
Burial Odd Fellows" cemetery.
BOYD To Mr. and Mrs. Ford Boyd,
445 Turner street, Tuesday, Jan
uary 10, an eight pound girl. She
has not yet been named.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Amid plot and intrigue for fortune
and a throne, this girl went alone in
a modernized prairie schooner from
New York to Florida
"Diane" Of The Green Van"
Leoaa Dalrymple's $10,000 Prize Story
- Adapted for the Screen
It Is to Your Advantage
THAT YOU SEE BISHOP'S DISPLAY OF
COME IN AND LET US EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENT POINTS ABOUT
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C. P. BISHOP, Prop. j
EVERY FAMILY IN MARION AND POLK COUNTIES A PATRON ' ' I
No Reserve Special Discount on all Merchandise
Forty years ago yesterday the present owners
started business, in Salem. -
How many business houses have such a record
Forty Years continuous business?
We cannot but take a pardonable pride in our
career, as it naturally means endorsement and ap
preciation by the public for the policies we have al
ways pursued. ,
We feel this 40th Anniversary should be empha
sized and cannot conceive how better it could be done
than keeping "OPEN HOUSE" as it were, and giv
ing our week's profit to our old, loyal customers, and
the new comers to our "BEAUTIFUL CITY." '
Our aim for forty years has 'been to raise the
standard of shopping in Salemto have bUUD
GOODS" recognized as being the most economical.
If we are to develop the wonderful possibilities of
our city we must recognize the fact that "TEAM
WORK" is necessary. BUY AT HOME, must oe
done and the slogan for all of us must be
YOUR HOME TOWN FIRST
-Iff J m l
The contribution for this event
from our READY TO WEAR
SECTION should appeal to every
woman in Salem. Every garment
is discounted from the regular
price. This discount applies to the
Spring Shipments already received.
The highest standard of un
derwear for MEN, WOMEN
and CHILDREN. IT. IS ALL
DON'T SAY UNDERWEAR SAY MUNSINCVVEAR
11- if -atr miMsJ
This Is HOME PRODUCTS WEEK
LET MUNSINGWEAR COVER YOU WITH SATISFACTION
Wherever Dossible vou should purchase those articles
Oregon. If you "build up your home industries, you develop your
community and lessen taxes. -
MEN'S CASHMERE HOSE
HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE MANY ITEMS OF THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY PRICES
These are taken at random throughout the store. Remember-SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON ALL MERCHAN
DISE, including the advance Spring Shipments already received, and whatever new merchandise arrives dur
ing this BIG EVENT.
Java Rice powder - 35c
Pears Unscented soap 2c
Bayer Asperin, 24 tablets . - 20c
Bayer Asperin, 12 tablets - 10c
Mary Garden perfume $1-98
Odorono. small . -
, Odorono, medium 59c
'(-Acrnl o'o" Talcum nil SPPTlts 15C
Colgate's" Talcum, all scents
Pepsodent Tooth Paste
f!ol mate's tooth paste, small
Colgate's tooth paste, large :........19c
Pebeco tooth paste - - -32c
Men's work shirts, in chambray and cheviot, not
mail order shirts, but heavywegiht and full cut 83c
T.nr,o-V;lnth "... L - -39c Yard
EVERY DAY WE WILL HAVE SOME "EXTRA SPECIAL" ADDED FOR THAT ONE DAY'S SELLING.
Fruit of the Loom Muslin 35c Yard
Lonsdale Muslin 35c Yard
Devonshire 39c Yard
Ozara Outing Flannel high grade 39c Yard
Men's heavy cotton Munsing Wear suits $1.85
Spool silk - ---7c
All wool Auto Robes, made in Oregon City $9.15
Men's Mack cashmere hose 39c
Royal Worcester corsets ..$2.19
Model Brassieres, 75c grade 59c
Ladies' sweaters, : ONE-HALF PRICE
Garza 94 sheeting : 56c Yard
Garza pillow cases, 45x36 .....39c each
150 Berkeley cambric 49c Yard
Jap Crepes, white, 30 inch -4ac Yard
WATCH OUR AD IN THIS
LIMIT 4 TO
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youa.w DEVONSHIRE CLOTH
WKIi 32 Inches Wide Oft Y ,
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Who Always Do Better By You
Limit 10 Yards