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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1920)
FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Cut flowers for Mother's day May Will H. Bennett, state superintendent
tn at greenhouse at 12SS South 13th ' of banks.
CV RKK.VT ETK5T1
VaT T-l - May 17 "d
J8" IDeclamatory cob-
J! county schools. Armory.
wayV-Pnce t0T Senator"
jJJiW Crm4 theater.
,:ur -Portland Knights
Xwbu. team v. Salem
gUtors. Oxford park. 1:30
''mmt 10. RegIar meeting
i salesmen Club. Com
- eercial club, 8 p. m.
f gay io. Women's republl
, a club, city hall. ' '
' May 19. Business Mens
il! Web, Commercial club, rtaon.
w 10-16-Clean-,up Week
L uiSalein- ' ,
I Jiay 12 Pen Frum meet-.
U int. Commercial, 8 p. m.
I "t icherrian-Businesa
it en excursion to Eugene and
It Corvallis colleges.
1 v . .. t-Tendrv's re
s' May - -
I J duJ. Presbyterian church, 8
I rUM. j4 Convention of As-
Ration of Master Mmb
it May 15 County Bpelling
I? contest, high school auditor-
I mm, 10 a- m- . . ,
'I- May 15 County declama
H rf contest, S. H. S. auditor-
t mm. P- m-
i We can now 11 vnn ... .
ish, sliced ready tor the pan at 12c
Try a mess. Tou will like and cut H.
C. I Fitts Market. 112.
,St. and Wilbur. Phone 1250W. Ill I
Dancing, singing and Revelation"
music. Moose hall Satnrri.i ik.
.Harley C. Pugh. n
Call for a report of the condition of
state banks at the close- of business
May i, was issued this morning by
Dance for the Senators baseball
team Saturday night at armory . 110
il uv 15 County atnieuc
..Sweetland field. All day
.. ,c rnimtv school
' t Swpetland field.
I May 11. cltv council meet-
tog, city hall, 7:30 p.m.
I Mav 21. Special city and
ft jttte primary elections.
I. May 26-27 Appollo
uurf ixranu tueio.
U. May 29 Address by
H. Taft, at me armury.
Cosrf House News
. Circuit Court,
Paul Buchner.vs. Julia A. Vaughn et
John W. Hyett vs. Fannie M. riyeu.
inhn w. Hvett vs. Fannie M. Hyett.
Orfcr for publication of summons.
John W. Hvett vs. Fannie m. nyen.
Affidavit of publication. - ,
Commercial Jeweiery company, a cor
joration, vs. James Inglis. Summons.
Frand Rauch et al vs. unaries v.
ma rt al. Affidavit of mailing.' .
Amanda Rvan estate. Petition to
net aside homestead,
ixnii, Pvan estate. Order setting
Xiait htfmestead and exempt, proper-
Amanda T. Reavis estate. Final ac-
Mst ' '
Amanda. Ryan estate. Inventory and
hppnteement. ,"' '': . '". '
Guardianship of Audred Willetna
punch, et al, minors. Proof of post-
N. A. Hoffard estate. Petition. .
N. A. Hoffard estate. .Order.
Amanda T. Reavis estate. . Ord fl on
tiling final account.
Rosalia Matthieu, estate, Final ac
count- : - -
walla liatthieu estate. Clgims
against estate. ... v , .
Franklin LeRoy McCormick, 60, of
Gwvals ,a farmer, to Margaret Wil-
mot, U. of Gervals. ' -
HalphH v Mercer. 25, of Salem, a
machinist, to Harriett Ann FIgdon, 25,
Dance Auburn hall Sat. night 111
love, jeweler, watchmaker, Salem.
1U0 per 100 for White Leghorn
baby chicks. Now roady for delivery.
C. S. Needham, 558 State street
Burnt 400. -,"111
Mrs. Mattle Endicott from Petaluma
W, arrived in this city last Light and
1 be the guest of Mrs. Ella Watt
i Ivan G. Martin at th3ir home,
SJ South Kifii street.
CARD OF THANKS
wish to thank our many friends
Mlghbors for their kindness and
WMUiy in our bereavement for our
4 husband and father, James
Townsend. Also for the many beau
jf floral offerings. Mrs. Clara
Twod and family. , 110
"KCSTI.IXG A BRIDE"
':15 AXD :00 P.M.
are qualified to
earrv ,. . . .
"Actions of those
u"t of our wide
porienre and be-
i V U1 our thor
hly modern equip
"efficient and cour
snd we are
J"- in all our bus-
Japanese Comic Operetta
In Two Acts
With Orchestral A ccompaniment
Presented by -
Ladies and Men's Glee Gtubs of
; Directed by
John R. Sites, Mus. D.
Dean of School of Music '
Grand Opera House
c : Saturday, May 5, 8:15 p. m.
- ; ; (Tickets on sale at Will Music Store-
v ' lv ! i Prices 25c, 35c and 50c
w;v Reservations at Opera House Pharmacy
Saturday nights, Moose hall, sing
ing and "Revelation" harmony by
the "Revelation" orchestra, Harley
C. Pugh... , , 119
Watch the street at 15S S. Com
mercial St. for used car bargains. 110
Another big baseball dance Satur
day, armory. - m
The regular meeting of the Salem
Heights Improvement league will be
held at 8 o'clock this evening, accord
ing to an announcement todiy. After
a short business session the members
will enjoy a social hour.
MS children are going .'to set "In
Old Kentucky" at the special chil
dren's matinee Saturday morning at
.11 o'clock at Te Liberty. un
J. G. Lee, S15 Highland avenue, wu
reported at police headquarters thts
afternoon for driving past a standing
streetcar at the corner- of Chemeketa
and Liberty streets. . .
Moose halt, "Revelation" music,
dancing and singing Saturday nights,
llarley C. Pugh. 110
Guaranteed used, cars at 15 South
Commercial St. - 119
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Daley left Sa
lem, Thursday, for Fort Dodge, Iowa.
The plan to remain in the east until
The Home of Standard Merchandise
Ladies' Black Cat Hosiery, fast colors, pair 40c and 50c
Ladies' Black Cat Hoseiry, silk lisle, pair ,:."....".....90c
Ladies' Black Cat Hosiery, fiber silk $1.75 and $1.50
; Ladies'" Black Cat Hosiery Silk, pari ...,...,....$3.00 and $2.50
' Misses' Black Cat Hosiery Silk Lisle, pair......... 60c to 90f
Minerva" yarns. .Best! made. Beautiful shades, silk mixed,
thistledown wool, luster wool, Shetland floss, Saxony, Span
islvZephyr, Angora and Knitting Worsted, ew assortment
just ih. ..','.'. ,. ; '
Dr. Denton's. Sleeping Garments for Children
. R. & G. Corsets, popular 'styles, fajr price .
Model Brassieres for style, fit and comfort.
Millinery Department .
. V We combine style, quality and price
Drew hats, a great assortment. ......:...:....$5.00 to $12.50
Transparent hats $7.50 to $11.50
HATS FOR LITTLE TOTS AT LITTLE PRICES ,
BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS AND WREATHS
240 jND 246 COMMERCIAL STREET
I We Go Fishing Ourselves
j ' SO WE CARRY
i Fishing Tackle
that will Get 'Em
...... ' -
Le t us Help You Select what you need
to have success
RODS AND REELS
From $1.50 up. A variety of styles that meets every need.
Wet and dry, 10c and up. Allcock, Abbey and Imbrie type,
Superior and other Special Makes ;
SPINNERS, 20c AND UP
Hildebrandt, La Forge, Colorado, Frost Co. Pflinger.
LINE 20c AND UP
Halford Tapered, Optimo, Optimus, Saline, Enamelled type
Special and 20 other varieties
Bass Bait, Trout Bugs, Fly Books, Lure
Boxes, Rod Varnish and other, equip
- meat you can rely on
DUXBAK OUTING CLOTHING
, Shirts, Leggings, Shoe3
HAUSER BROS, j
"Where Everybody Buys"
WHITE . N A
shoes : y
L. F. Manner, one ef SJvt rti n"f
prominent livestock men, w.us.in th
F. E. Callister, Ed AT Adams and M. ; cilv today.
G. Gundcrson, appraisers of the Aman- j
da iRyan estate, have returned an in-j E- - Lw owner of the Ic swine
ventoried report of personal and real I frm ot Silverton, was a hu.-ine.w vis-
propertv valued at tS25. I "T ln the clt' today.
Arthur G. Evett executor f the es
tate of Amanda F. Reeves, has filed
fnal account with County Judge W. M
Bushey. Receipts of tliit and dis
bursements of 57SS.35 arts itemised.
The reniainine sum ef 1353.CS will be
distributed share and share alike to
the five children of the deceastati. Tne
heirs, all of who have maintained thir
majorities, are: Effle Rlsley, Uennu.
Montana; Grace Russell, Nampit, Ida
ho; Jane Russell.
Ira P. Whitney, well known as the
county agricultural agent for Utne
county, was in Salem today and at
tended the stock sale In the morning
at the state fair ground
Take your next can
of Cream to Hazel
IS A GUARANTEE OF QUALITY.
White House styles are distinctive, yet in thorough good
taste. They appeal to the well dressed man.
The leather for White House Shoes is carefully selected
which means eminently satisfactory service. White House
Shoes fit, feel good and retain their shape. We want you
. to try on a pair.
Our new assortment shows English as well as Conserva
tive models of black, tan and kid.
ALL MODERATELY PRICED.
Buster Brown Shoe
" Tires and Tubes are made by the
Oldest Tire Builders
For mileage, service and are full of life
Clark's Tire House
319 N. Cmomercial St.
Salem, Oregon. .
125.NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
1 MEET MB AT MILLER'S!
We are too busy
And Modernizing Our Store To
Good Goods. (xjJJ
Why Not Do It Mow?
You canH get away from these prices. Ydumay have promised yourself to wear
your old shoes, but the PRICES we are making on Classy, ' Stylish Footwear for
Men, Women and Children are too Tempting to resist so why not, while you can,
Buy at Less than Wholesale
Brown Calf Shoes, sizes 8 1-2
to 11 1-2 and 12 to 2
Mahogany Brown Calf Shoes
Blucher Lace, slze3 11 '1-2 tc-Ji,
are now only
$12 and $15 Hanan
Shoes in all sizes, button or
lace, high or low heels. If we
have your size
Soft kid, plain or cap toe, Com
fort shoes, Rubber heels
I W wis 1
A I v m
Same in Juliets
LADIES' DRESS -SHOES
One Big Lot Ladies' Black Kid and Patent Leather Button
Shoes, all sizes in the lot. Regular $5.00 and $6.00 values
Ladies' Black Kid Shoes, Cuban, Military or Louis heels ;
come in lace or button. Regular $6.00 and $7.00 values
LADIES' DRESS SHOES
Ladies' New Shoes, brown calf vamp, cloth top, Cuban or
Louis heel, pointed toe. Regular $10.00 sellers
Ladies' Black Kid Gun Metal and Brown Calf Shoes, high,
low or Louis heels. Regular $10.00, $11.00 and $12,00
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Odd Lot Broken Lines Men's Black and Brown Shoes,
button and lace, all sizes in lot. Regular values up to $12
Men's Black Calf Blucher, lace, wide toe, all sizes. Reg
ular $10.00 sellers, assorted lasts
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Men's Black and Brown Lace Dress Shoes, all lasts and
sizes. Regular values $12.00
Men's Black and Brown Dress Shoes, Blucher or Bal Lace,
all lasts and sizes. Regular $13.00
Brown Elk Eals. All sizes. You
get them now at
Felt House Slippers. Come in
gray and brown, only
Black Calf Blucher, lace, dress W
shoes. Sizes 2 1-2 to 6. Are going
Black calf shoes, blucher lace
sizes 10 to 12 1-2 and 13 to 2
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