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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1920)
APRIL 17, 19-0.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
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gink of Amity.
. rk a-halek. 31. of Sheridan, a
kkorer, to Stella May Hurtman, 84, of
Oak street, Salem.
, Baby chicks, 658 State. Phone 40
low, Jeweler, watchmaker, Si
j J, Lynett of Portland spent Sat-
irfsy In Salem.
RabT chicks, all our leading variet
al now ready for delivery. C. N.
Keedham, 658 State. Fhone 400. 93
Muquerade dance tonight. Ladies
fat Emission. S3
Dr. Ch&lmer Lee George,
314 Masonic bldg.
Dance Auburn hall Saturday night
ter Brown and Tige will be in Salem
at an early date. Buster and Tige, at
the present Urn are trade marks on a
popluar tine of footwear, but the two
famous characters created by Artist
Outcault, will be seen in real life by
Salem boys and girls. The local com
pany has made special reception plans
for the event and promise that the
time of Buster Brown's visit will be a
gala day for Salem children. Dates and
programs are to be made public soon.
Plumbing permits were issued to-1
day by the city recorder to The Salem
! Bank of Commerce and to T. A. Baker
2S North Commercial street. Each
permit was for the installation of a
Masquerade dance tonight. Ladies "Revelation" music at Moose hall
ire admission. ,s. ; tonight. Ladies free. Dancing. JJ
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cushman of
Walton, Dr., visited friends In this city
This week's Drapery Special, Sun
dour Drapery, regular $1.75, special
$lyard. Hamilton's. 94
Mds. J. E. Ringrose left Salem last
week to visit her folks in Minnesota.
She will re gone about three months.
"SIX FEET FOUR"
The report that this company is
going out of the wood business is er
roneous. We wrll have 18-inch mill
wood, also 4-foot slab wood for sale
as 0ng as the sawmill operates.
Spaulding Logging . Co. 94
. Just to help the game along and to
make the local team "step out" the
limit, the Spa has offered a large box
of special candies to the Salem player
who makes the first run during Sun
day's game, f .
Wood for sale. 16 -inch mill wood
$4.60 per -load, prompt delivery.
Spaulding Logging Co.' 94
Fancy dresser scarfs, 17x53, good
values at $3.50 each, special $1.25
.each. Hamilton's. 94
Illustrating the high cost of the low
ly "spud" a display In the window of
the. Roth Grocery company is a re
minder that potatoes are coin, these
days. An improvised set of scales Is
shown and one medium sized "Irish
peanut" is represented as balancing
two large currency bags, labeled $$$$.
For sale, nine setting hens with
brood of chicks for each. Now ready
Tor delivery. C. N. Needham, 558
State St. Phone 400. 93
Dr. G. V. Ellis, has returned and
has opened offices at 405-408 Bank
f Commerce bldg. 95
D. H. Talmadge is in Gervais for a
few days, where he is working in the
offices of the newly re-established
P. X. Johnson of the Huffman Sales
company was in Portland on business
Moose hall, " tonight " for dancing.
The "Revelation." Lames free. 93
Get our special one-man top prop
osition for Ford cars. Hull's Top Shop.
Tops of quality. 93
Call 317, Willamette university, and
ihave a Glee club man deliver your
tickets, for the . concert, Wed., April
A. J. Rice, of Cambridge, Nebras
ka, was a -Salem visitor, Friday.
,Any person knowing the present
address of Francis Anderson, form
erly of West Stayton, Ore., will be re
warded by addressing Box 88, Tort
land, Ore. 95
Dr. 8. p. Stone can be found at Ty
ler's drug store. ' 93
C. A. Noren, representative of fruit
distribution at Grand View, Washing
ton, visited friends in this city Saturday.
O. L. Bowman and Tom Robinson
of Falls City were Salem visitors, Fri
day, being registered at the Bllgh ho
tel. - , t- -
Duntly magneto brake timer's for
Fords and Fordson tractors, guaran
teed for fifty thousand miles. Nation
al spark plugs. Clark's Tire House,
319 N. Com'l St., Salem, Or. . 93
Fanoy dresser scarfs, 17x53, good
values at $2.50 each, special $1.26
each. Hamilton's. 94
Mrs. William Prunk Sr., has been
dangerously ill for the past several
days with an attack of heart trouble
brought on by a relapse of Influenza.
Fords bought and sold at 187 South
Liberty street. 93
Hear Bishop M. T. Maze at the
United Evangelical church Sunday,
11 a.'m'. ' ' 93
Mrs. Paul Sims returned yesterday
from an extended visit in Portland
with relatives and friends.
This week's Drapery Special, Sun
dour Drapery, regular $1.75, special
$lyard. Hamilton's. 94
Tonight, that wonderfully good mu
sic at Moose hall, the "Revelation."
Ladles free. 93
Word has been received by the Ar-buckle-King
Show company, that Busr
Police were asked today by R. W.
Gregg, 1216 Court stree.t to aid in the
capture of two boys who, Mr. Gregg
claims, made it a practice of using
his boat whenever they wish, then
leave it in a dilapidated condition. M:r.
Gregg leaves his boat at the foot of
Report of the loss of two black
horses weighing about 950 pounds
each, was made to police last night.
The team strayed from the place of
Nothing was found missing in the
Lot L. Pearce store, 236 North Com
mercial street, although the door of
entrance in the rear was found open
early this morning by Officers W. J.
White and Victor. Mr. ' Pearce was
summoned and a search made in the
The body of Nick Draudera, 50, a
native of Italy, who died at a hospital
here Thursday, was sent to Portland
for funeral and burial by the Webb &
George E. Halvorsen, candidate for
mayor and Ralph Thompson, candi
date for councilman from ward 7,
today filed their completed petitions
with City Recorder Race.
The Commercial club publicity
booklet on Marion countv. rtSntatnimr
48 pages of solid reading matter, is
on the press and will be off and ready
for distribution In about 10 days, it
was announced at the Commercial
Club this morning. There will be 20,
000 booklets published, and they are
to be distributed to all parts of the
Bernard Brown, 22, who has been
held in Ihe county Jail for about 10
days pending his trial on a charge of
forgery, was released this morning by
Judge I'nrtih on motion of Proaecut-J
ing Attorney Max Gehlhar that evi-j
dence in the case was sufficient on '
which to convict
A. M. Clough, filed petitions Friday
In his candidacy fo re-election to the
office of county coroner. As filed with
Clerk U. G. Boyer, Ihe petitions con
tained 261 names although only 140
signatures are required in this county.
Mry Clough has held office for St
years and reports ready response to
his recent decision to remain In the
An auto stolen here last night from
Pascal L. Traglio, 1330 Marion street,
was found abandoned . this morning
about a mile east of the city on the
Turner road. Both front tires and the
tools had been removed and taken by
An army jtore, at which will be sola
shoes, hats, wool coats and pants, over
coats, rain coats, blankets, gloves and
other cantonment goods will be opened 1
next Wednesday at 167 South High !
street. Some of the goods have already
arrived, and arrangements were being
made in the store, room today for ac
commodation of the customers. Man
agers of the store claim that the goods
will be sold- at about one third of tli
regular cost on store goods.
En route to Chicago, where he has
signed a contract with the Proctor
Amusement company, Charles H. Mo
rey, who impersonated General Lee
in the D. W. Griffith production "The
Buth of a Nation" was a Salem vis
itor the first of the week. Mr. Morey,
whose home is in Eugene, was ti
guest of Ootavia A. Hoppes, while in
the Capitol city.
XTfCor. State apd
Woo dry's Stock
of Furniture, Ranges, Heaters,
Rugs, Tools, etc., before you"
270 N. Com'l ..St. Phones 510
In giving us your
work you can always
have the assurance
that It will be prop
erly taken care of.
We let nothing hin
der us from serving
to our utmost those
who come to us.
Meet Me at Miller's
The season is at hand when GINGHAM DRESSES will
be a necessity not only for house wear, but for general
morning wear in marketing for the home. We are show
ing a line of the most wonderful GINGHAM DRESSES,
designed for utility wear, but possessing also a charm of
style that makes them particularly neat and dressy.
They are made from fine FRENCH and SCOTCH ging
hams, trimmed neatly in contrasting materials.
The range of price is little more than those made
from cheap, light weight apron gingham that won't
stand laundry or wear.
These laundry beautifull yand will wear to the en
tire satisfaction of the purchaser.
Farm and Stock
Ranch for Sale
700,000 acres in Alberta, Canada, for wheat and stock.
Stock and Grain Farm in Oregon. Bood buys in fruit
4 Ferry Street
Salem, Or., t
We have made it possible for everyone to have a hat. Why
t pay $15 to $25 for a hat when you can get the same quality
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and style hat f or
$2.75 to $8.50
At the front of our store. See the price and the hats in the
window. Then we know you' will com? in and purchase.
Don't pay extra money for the fashion shop. Get the same
quality and style from us for less.
98c to $3.50
THE SALEH VARIETY STORE
152 North Commercial Street
fle Bible Answer This Question Is GOD'S Testimony
That Spiritualism Is . of the Devil.
Satan's First Lie and the Fruit It Has Borne
" - 'Another Great Sermon Study By
EVANGELIST A. R. BELL
T00RROW EVENING,7:30. S.D.'A.CHURCH, JV. Fifth and Gaines Avenue
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-Intensely Interesting. BRING A FRIEND. Take N. Commercial Car
You Can A Iways Find at
"Jusf What You Were Looking For"
Our stock is so large, so complete that you can select furnishings for your entire home,
from basement to attic, under our one roof.
Why run around town choosing a piece of furniture here and a piece there and a piece
somewhere else, whne you could come to Moore's, make your selection and have it all
over with in a few minutes.
See our beautiful selection of overstuffed furniture in our window.
We handle the Victor exclusively. There is only ONE BEST that's why we car
ry no substitutes.