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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1920)
THE CATITAL JOURNAL
iflll imm Town
Follow the crowd to that hie J
at Turner. Sat June 8. is?
nrrIb,Ur8day "ight by H' Martin,! There will not be a dance at Moo
l7 Center etreet jhall tonight. "Revelation" nishl is
) x. ... . 'Saturday night. Harlev C. Pmh. tlx
: naseoau. big game t Waconda; I
Waconda Colts vs St. Paul, i:ja p. Armory tonight for dancing. Bosti
a ,jasa singing ana dancing. 1)4
Mrs. Sydney Hail. Mrs. Minnie M.
aBtea and Dr. E. E. Gilbert will ac
company the quartet The Wilsonville
ladies will serve lunch before the concert.
A - .
I June " wuni pue tire at the foot of
1. Senators vs. Woodbura. Bellevue street. Thursday evening.
I J p. m. , .cesaitated the assistance of city fire-
June 7- Busineaa Men inen in subdueing the flames snd pre
I hncheo". Commerce c.uU, venung spread to nearby residences.
! seoa. . .The fire thought to have been
Jut councU meet- .arted by some one throwing . light-
I to City ha"- 7:30 p. m. ed cigarette stub from the window of
! .'I ! passing Oregon Electric train, the
rlre being near the railroad track.
rnri HOUSe NeWS ' General Emission to high school
lOUTl llUXov concert tonight at 8:15 o'clock. 25c
icmiaren 15c Come.
Dancing. Revelation" muAitv Sat
urday nights at Noose hall. Harlj
(Tt, Ryals vs M. N. Lewis and
j Lewis doing business as M. N.
L ,nd company Stipulation
Mounce vs Jeff Pooler. Motion.
A W. Fischer et al vs Charles
?TAMounce vs Jeff Pooler. Appli
Hnn to pl-w uPn motion docket.
jmft L. Dunn. 23. of Silverton
,. , . farmer, to Emma C. Dick-
. i4 of Silverton route 1. Caspjr
, 21. ' . ,, v ,
7. 01 Dlivtfliui a inci.iiaiii,
Drive to Waconda Sunday, the big
game of the season, Waconda -vs S'
Band, orchestra, glee club and so
loists on high school program tonight.
Dancing tonight in the big hall, ar
mory, where it's cool. ,34
Bond of 5, taken at police head-
flllflrtAN wKam V . .
,0 " .iii UQ ni srresiea, was f
forfeited in Judge Race's court Frl-!
aay morning by Robert Carmen, ot
Gaston. Ore., when he failed to ap-
, pear in cout at 1 o'clock. Camen was
rested by Officer Engle for cutting
the corner with his auto at the Inter
section of Cheiheketa and Commer
Last chance to buy baby chicks
Few Leghorns and Rocks now on
hand at reduced prices. C. N. Need
hani, 558 State St 135
Report of the theft "of a bicycle
from his place recently was made to
Last chance to buy baby chicks.
Few Leghorns and Rocks now on
hand at reduced prices. C. N. Need
ham, 558 State St. 135
23. of Silver-
is, 24. of
t Habelle H. Funrue, 23
" ,1 jt rhannin
Ttfim. Wash., a iarmer to vtinme
pmick. 17. of S'gm-
tore, Jeweler, watchmaker, Salem.
for renting of Moose hall see Har
yj 0. PuSn Phne 801 at 141 D
n.i. mjh Salem beautiful, join
On Floral society. Call at -Gaiunerj
nd Keene's. Hartman Bros., or mill
lo I Howard Zinser. Dues $1.00 perl
Hunt's jazx 5 tonight armory, sax
aphone, selophone, violin, piano and
drums, by Salem's best, armory to
Come to the high school tonight.
Glenn Wood, age 15. was arrested
Thursday by Officer Uoreiock, and
later paroled to his father, after he
had confessed to the theft of .a bi
cycle belonging to William Wentsel.
residing on ,4th street. At first young
Wood claimed that the bicycle waa
given to him by a boy named Lloyd
Lewis, but when police failed to find
any lad by that name. Wood admit
ted that he took the bicycle.
Six artists at Moose hall in "Reve
lation" orchestra, trombone, violin,
banjo, marimba phones, piano and
drums. Every Saturday night Harley
C. Pugh. 1J4
Man going to Aberdeen, Wash.,
by automobile wishes man to accom
pany him. Phone J5F21. IIS
Dance Aubura hall Saturday night
'new orchestra, 1J5
Tonight i p. m.. Earl Duke of Jaxz.
at armory, tonight 134
Saturday night is "Revelation"
night at Moose hall for dancing. Har
ley C. Pugh. 134
Lost, orange Persian cat in north
west Salem, reward. Eva ,L. Ferree,
415 & Liberjy. .134
The Kimball school of . theology
quartet will go to 'Wilsonville this
evening and give the evening program
at the Methodist Episcopal church of
which Rev.' Alfred Bates is the pastor.
I SrNNYBROOK FARM" If;
Three Carloads Oakland Sensible Six. The car you have
been waiting for. The car complete with everything you
need. The car that has a' long standing reputation of ser
vice and durability back of it.
Come look them over and take a demonstration in the
peer of light weight, low priced, big value sixes.
185-197 S. Com'l. St.
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
Walter McDougal of the Walter Mc
Dougal and company farms, arrested
oh a charge of speeding, was freed bv
a jury in Police Judge Race's court
The ladies of the lllihee country
club entertained with a bridge party
at the Commercial club rooms Fri
day afternoon. The affair had been
previously announced to take place at
the Country club, but owing to the
gasoline shortage, and the realization
by the women that the present local
supply was needed for commercial
cars, the meeting was held In the
Commercial club instead. The pur
pose ot the party was to assist In
furnishing one of the rooms at the
ROSTEIN 8 GREEiAI
PRY GOODS, MILLINERY, SHOES
Save on Shoe Leather
Wear good Canvas Shoes
Sport Shoe for Men and Boys
ladies' White Canvas Shoes and Pumps
Ladies' Black Canvas House Shoes
Ladiesand Girls' Brown Canvas
Ladies' and Misses Emmy Lou Pumps
Tennis Shoes and Oxfords all sizes
Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Hats
. Nice Stylish Hats, Best of Materials
Neat, Pretty, Dainty Hats
Transparent Hats $750 to $12.50;
Good Milan hats for Misses and
, Lots of Little Hats for Little Tots
Artificial Flowers, Big Assortment
SALEM AND ALBANY
Retailers at Wholesale Prices
Commercial Street at Chemeketa
Commercial Street at State
10 lbs Amber Karo . .. .. ..... . .. ........ SI. 13
5 pounds Amber Karo ..... -60c
10 pounds Crystal White Karo $1.20
5 pounds Crystal White Karo ... -63 C
Gallon Tea Garden Syrup..... $2,45
1-2 Gallon Tea Garden Syrup ..j. $1.25
5 pounds Karo Maple 87c
10 pounds Karo Maple $1.73
Orga Corn Starch, package : -10 C
2 pkgs. Grape Nuts ..... ...:..34c
2 Shredded Wheat . 4. JLL28C
2 Post Toasties ...................27c
2 Kellogg's r...-.....27c
50c Large Instant Postum .... ..; 39 C
30c Postum :.......24c
Plain Postum 23c
Albers Oats, large' package .....:.:i-.......36c
Certania Oats, large package ..............36c
Pancake flour, .... -- - 36 C
Cream of Wheat ... 30c
10 bags Albert Rolled Oats 70c
6 pounds Crisco . $1.93
3 pounds Crisco --$1.00
Pint Wesson's Oil -:-39c
Quart Wesson's Oil ......... : 76c
1-2 gallon Wesson's Oil --$1.50
gallon Wesson's Oil ....... $2.98
Pint Mazola Oil ............... 38c
Quart Mazola Oil .-....74c
l-2 Gallon Mazola Oil -$1.46
Pint Douglas Oil . -36 C
2 Jell 0' .. - 29C
2 Jiffy Jell -: -29 c
3 pounds Fancy Bulk Coffee 90c
3 pounds Royal Club ....... $1.50
"The Quality Coffee of America!"
TWe is no better coffee
than M I R. Crf(ee re card-
less of prices WHY?
5 -ib. tin per lb. 52c
3 -lb. tin per lb. 53c
JJommo Wc Stand , - -
Single Pound Tin 55c
Ve RecommenJ That You Bay t!v3 54K Siz
F. W. Sears, formerly In partner
ship with Mr. Bretelson in the Shaver
printing company, has sold out his
interests to Mr. Bertelson and accept
ed a position with the Oregon States
Frank Coffey, an employe of the
Hunt Brothers cannery, has recover
ed from his recent illness and Is again
at his work.
Held In Jail Here
Having confessed to the passage of
a worthless check for $36.50 several
days ago on the Gale & company store
here, Chester Hoffman, age 30, a for
mer inmate of the Oregon state peni
tentiary, was being held in the city Jai
here Friday. He was arrested Thurs
day evening by Officer A. Lee More
lock. Hoffman was released from the
prison here Mitrch 8, 1916, after serv
ing a sentence for the same offense.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Woo dry's Stock
, of Furniture, Ranges, Beaters,
Rugs, Tools, etc, before you
' 87Q N. Com'l ..St. Phone. &10
BOMB OF THE VK Til OLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
ON DRESS GOODS
For this week-end we are making a big reduction in the
price of dress goods which will make some of the best bar
gains for careful buyers. Pretty patterns in washable fabric9
$1.29 YARD REDUCED TO :: ...?1.08 YARD
$1.25 YARD REDUCED TO $101 YARD
$1.19 YARD REDUCED TO 98c YARD
$1.12 YARD REDUCED TO 98c YARD
72c YARD REDUCED TO 65c YARD
49c YARD REDUCED TO 42c YARD
Ginghams, 25c, 35c, 39c Yard
Percale, Many patterns at 3Sc yard
All Millinery and Trimmings in the store reduced' 25 per
cent and 50 per cent. Here are some excellent values in
Salem Variety Store
152 North Commercial Street
It Pays You to Buy Here
In This Space
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. -r-- - Auf,uL.iAUJ ... .-.iiui Mil m in I II Hi si II IHW'T . . .'. t i
w rv'f-j.wr; ..
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Made right before your eyes and
baked in our electric ovens to a crisp
brown and even thoroughness.
BAKE-RITE employes only ex
pert Bakers who have had years of
daily experience. '
A trial will convince you that it is
the very best bread on the market , .
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277 STATE STREET
! 40AND 246 COMMERCIAL STREET