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TUESDAY, SEPT., 11, 1917.
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Rain Has Started!
Cold Weather Will Follow!
Are You Prepared for It?
Come in and let us fit you out with Heavier Underwear, Suits, Coats,
Shoes, Blankets, etc We have a very complete stock from which to select,
and will give you the best at the lowest prices.
Ribbed vests i5Cf igc, 19c 25c
Fleece lined Vests and Pants . . .59c
Winter weight knit cotton Union -
suits at....... 65c, 75c and JL25
Fleece lined Union Suits ..... $1.25
Non-shrinking Wool Union Suits
("white or grey) $U9
Fine Wool Union Suits $2.25
Misses' Wool Union Suits 93c .
Children's Union Suits
49c, 59c, 69c and 79c
Children's Vests and Drawers ...
.................... j?9c jjjj 35c
infants' vests 25c, 35c, 49c and 59c
. SLEEPING GARMENTS
Men's Outing Flannel Gowns
98c and $1.49
Men's Outing Flannel Pajamas jl.49
Ladies'. white Flannel, Gowns
...... -69c, 79c, 98c and $1.25
Ladies' colored Outing Flannel
Gowns 69c, 98c and $1.25
Children's Outing Flannel Gowns (J9C
Crildren's Outing Flannel Sleeping
CHILDREN'S KNIT WEAR
stocking Caps 25c, 49c and 69c
Infants' Bootees . . .10c, 15c and 25c
Infants' Sacques ......... 49c
Infants' Outfits (sweater, pants,
All Around Town
COMING EVENTS :
Tonight Cherrian Jitney
dane at armory.
September 11. Chernaa Jit-
ney dance at armory.
September 15. Begistratioas
day for all women In Oregon.
September 17. Opening day
of Oregon State School for the
September 24-39. State Fair.
September 28-29 Hegistra-
tion day Willamette University.
October 1. Public. Schools
October 2. Opening day Wil
October 5, Opening day for
Oregon State School for the
Blind. " ' .
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn fits eyea coar-tectly-
TJ. S. National bank building, tf
A marriage license was Issued today
by the county elerk to Irvin M. Hoeh
stetlcr, a mechanic of Woodburn, and
Ida A. Murk, also of Woodburn.
A suggestion, one hour at bowling
cures indigestion. The Club, 1-2 -N.
t'om'l, upstairs. , -
Fred E. Mingis writes from Los An
geles to friends here saying that be will
return to Salem when the fall business
season is on. For the past few weeks
he has been visiting in San Francisco
and Los Angeles. - .
Attention members of Central Lodge
bo. 18 K. of P. A full attendance is
requested at our next meeting Tuesday
night, Sept. 11. Two delegates are to
be elected to the grand lodge to be
held in Fortland, Oct. VY. U. Gilson
K. of R. S.
On account of the Cherrian jitney
dance the Business Men's league of the
Commercial clnb will not hold its meet
ing scheduled for tonight.
To remind yen of tie concert to be
given bv Laurence Woodfm, composer,
baritone, at Jason Lee M. E. church,
Wed. Sept. ', at 8 p. m. Adults 25e
Miss Lena Bella Tartar, 160V2 TJ.
Liberty St. Instruction in the Old Ital
ian MottinA of ttinfrffip. PnDiln enroll
ed at any time. Phone 336 or 2208M.
We Make Your Money Buy Much More g
THE GOLDEN RULE &
THE STORE THAT SELLS FROM THE MAUNFACTURER TO THE CONSUMER
The Marion county Bethel auxiliary
of the American Red Cross is now one
of the flourishing organizations of Wil
lamette chapter. Its officers are Mrs.
E. E. Mat tea, chairman; Mrs. J. M.
Wiehols, treasurer and . Mrs. Gertrude
Xirkpatrick, secretary. A social held a
few evenings ago at 'Bethel netted the
auxiliary $15. Today the officers of the
auxilinry brought to headquarters 16
try cloths and 10 handkerchiefs that
were donated. The work brought in in
cluded 31 grar outing nightingales. Two
new members woro received this week,
making a total membership of 58. This
is one auxiliary where men and boys
are not only members, but do their share
iu making it a live organization.
The Commercial club is willing to
help those who would care to rent rooms
during fair week, and make no charge.
All that is necessary is to telephone
the club, stating the location, rooms,
accomodations and price. During the
fair, the club will do what it can in
finding rooms for visitors from the list,
that has been given in.
The Knights of Pythias at their meet
ing this evening will elect delegates to
the state grand lodge which will meet
in Portland October 8. Two delegates
will be elected. Last year. W. B. Gilsoa
and J. C. Perry were delegates.
Wn hnttttr snuinrjed bowline alleys in
Oregon than those at the Club, 122 N.
Com'l, upstairs. Alleys may be reserv
ed by phoning 315. tf
Judge Webster went to Portland this
morning to attend, tn .meeting of the
Loyal Legion of America. The Judge
is a patriarch and a patriot and he is
deeply interested in the Loyal Legion
work. He expects to return tomorrow,
Why spoil fie vacation rest house
cleaning in the old wav? Use a Hoover
sweeper. Win. Gahlsdorf. j
r h T.nwA who was arrested in Port
land yesterday evening on advice of
Sheriff Needham, was brought back to
Ma ..itv tnrtnv nv.ine sneriii uu a
charge of obtaining money miner ntrse
pretenses. He is accusea or passing
bad check in the siHtrof $150.
A. E. Watscn of Falrmount left yes
terday for Forest, 111., where he will
remain for several weeks with his niece
Mrs. Evaline Starkey Steidinger, whose
husband died August 31, leaving her
two children and the care of a large
Every Day Bargain Day
at Woodry, the
Second Hand Store, corner
Ferry and S. Liberty streets.
Phone 511 if yon hare any
thing to selL
Farm stock sales conducted
anywhere in the state.
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THAT THE FARMERS CASH STORE IS STILL SAVING THEIR
CUSTOMERS FROM 15 TO 20 ON FIRST CLASS MERCHANDISE.
YOU GET THE BENEFIT OF OUR 40 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE.
YOU GET THE BENEFIT OF OUR CASH BUYING.
YOU GET THE BENEFIT OF OUR SELLING FOR CASH.
YOU GET THE BENEFIT OF OUR SAVING ON NO DELIVERY,
WHICH WOULD COST US OVER $300 PER MONTH, AND WE GIVE
THAT TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
TRY US, AND FIND OUT,
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HIGH STREET, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
New Shoes to buy!
Where? What kind? Cros
sett dealers suggest comfor
table Crossett Shoes. Sleek
leather. Sturdy soles.
Crosett never made bet
ter Shoes. With present up
set leather conditions that is
a remarkable , achievement.
The Shoe below has black
vamp and dark tan top. So
this handsome model.
Lewis A. Crossett, Inc.,
North Abington, Mass.
New Fall Hats, Eagle Shirt
Kupenheimer and Frat
Suits and Overcoats
Salem's Men's and Young
Men's Store.- .
344 State Street
W. B. OUson has moved his office
from 457 State street to 162 North
Mr. and Mrs.' S. S. Dougherty of the
Liberty district are just home from a
vacation spent at Breitenbush Springs.
Among others who spent some time at
the Springs are Mrs. Emma Dencer,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. Dorman and fam
ily, all of tho Liberty district.
The county board of equalization is
holding its sessions now and numerous
petitions for readjustment or reduction
of assessments have been filed. Others
were filing petitions today. Some years
there have been no kick at all over the
Dr. D. X. Beexhler, dentist, 202 TJ. S.
bank bldg- Fifteen years experience.
Most nodorn office equipment in tho
valley. Sundays by appointment. tf
The Dean of Women of Willamette
University, Miss Florence Tidwell, is
in the city, temporarily staying at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Al
den. Mrs. Delia Orowdcr Miller, who will
succeed Mrs. Helen Miller Senn in
charge of the public speaking depart
ment of the University arrived in the
city yesterday. t
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Suit to quiet the title to a certain
piece of land in Marion county was fil
ed in the circuit court today by Alpha
E. Gamble and Marec M7 Gamble
against Cliff old Jones Sumner. The
plaintiffs ask for a decree declaring
thein owners in fpe simple of tho tana.
Charles Street was brought to this
city today from Jefferson on a charge
of larceny from a building. He is accus
ed of stealing a gun from a granary
and selling it. He was bound over to
the grand jury after a hearing in a jus
tice court. He was arrested yesterday
by Constable Beeves and Cecil Doty
Here is the difference between the
barbers of Salem and Portland. In Sa
lem while it costs 20 cents for a shavo
In Portland they just add five cents
extra for the neck suave. All of which
behooves the Halein men to try Salem
first when getting a shave and not
spend that extra nickel in Portland.
Hair cuts and shaves combined cost
the Salem men 50 cents while ill Port
lam? they charge five cents more for
The Cherrian dance tonight is ex
pected to be u big social event as this
is the first jitney dance of the season
pud then besides, the orchestra will hayc
several selections of genuine jazz music.
The big question for the dancers to de
cide Is whether to jazz or not to jazz.
Some of the prominent dancing teach
ers say it isn't nice to dance the jazz
music, while other think the jazz has
come to stay, at least for the season.
The Marion Lawrence Bible class of
the First Methodist church will meet to
night at the home of Mrs. Emma C.
Cornelius, 161 South Fourteenth street.
The Travis liavine plant from Albany
was unloaded today and will be used
at once on the paviug en North Fifth
street, Church and D streets, After this
work is completed the plant will be used
en the pavmr of south Church street
from the First Methodist church to the
Bush property on Mission street. With
a fair amount of favorable weather it
is figured that all paving laid out foi
the fall will be completed within a few
Holt Wilson, inspector for the Salem
Water company, while riding down
Court street last evening after six
o'clock on a motorcycle, fell as he cross
ed the Oregon Electric tracks and bruis
ed his knee severely and suffered a
gash on his jtw so that Dr. Byrd, who
was called, had to take several stitches,
He was slightly stunned but when taken
into the Opera House Drug store re
covered sufficiently to state that he was
trying to avoid another machine and
put on the brakes. As he did so, the
machine struck the track and it sudden
ly slipped and fell on him. Several spec
tators saw the accident and they say
it all happened so quick it was all over
in a second.
: personals ;
J. D. Hodson and wife of Dallas were
in the eity yeetcrday.
Mrs. 8. W. MeCrea left this morning
for Springfield, Mo.
T. A. Livesley left for Seattle this
morning over the Oregon Electric.
Robert Pcrlich of the coast artillery
was home yesterday for a day's visit.
Mrs. Lloyd Hauser and Mrs. Earl Sim
mons, both of Eugene are in the city
Fon an extended visit at Argos, In
diana, Mrs. F. Spade left yesterday over
the Oregon Electric.
Mrs. A. M. Wilson of Lebanon mother
of Mrs. W. B. Gilson is in the city for
a visit of several days.
Over the Oregon Electric this morn
ing Mrs. Kats Ingold and two children.
Leslie and Irene left for Omaha, Neb.,
going by way of Los Angeles. By boat
sailing from Flavel, Miss Ella Ingold
and Miss Amelia Ingold left for San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
: died :
If you-intend selling your
farm, stock and other chattels
by public auction, secure the
services of a professional auc
tioneer and stock valuator.
Woodry the auctioneer knows
bow. Bates reasonable.
Phone 511 Salem, Oregon
PACKERS STRIKE SETTLED.
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 11 Tho
packers and their employes sign-
ed an agreement late this after-
noon and the meu will probably
return to work tomorrow.
I ORSTNEB At her home 265 North
Commercial street, Tuesday morning,
September 11, 1917, Mrs. Louisa Foist
ner, at the age of 75 years.
She was found dead in her bed at
10 o'clock this morning. She is surviv
ed by an adopted daughter, Mrs. Frank
Tyler and relatives living in Portland.
'Mrs. Forstner was an Oregon pioneer
and had lived for the past 50 years in
Salem. Funeral arrangements have not
as vet been avnonnced
is the only conrectionery in Sa
lem that manufactures their
We manufacture a complete
line and know that the quality
is second to noue.
When you give your friends
a box of our Chocolates, they
appreciate the fact that you are
jiving them the best.
382 STATE STREET
Woodry the Auctioneer is in
no way connected with any
other person in his Profession
and anyone requiring his serv
ices will kindly make arrange
ments for Auction Sales with
him personally. .
Address Perry and S. Lib
erty streets. Phone 511.
The personal writiug manine
W. H. WelJy left for Seattle this
C F. . Drake left yesterday for Left-
Here Ycu Get 100
Cents Worth of
Groceries for a Dollar
Sugar, 11 lbs. for $1.00
Royal Baking Powder, lb. 10c
Cottolene, medium 95c
Pure Lard, No. 5 $l.zs
Pure Lard, No. 10 $2.60
Quart Mason Jars :.. 70c
Best Blend Flour $2.60
Walla Walla Sweet Onions
10 lbs. for 25c
Soap, all kinds 5c per Bar
Creamery Butter, pound ....49c
1-2 Gallon 35c
Best Ground Chocolate, per
Postnm, pkg 23c
25c Can Cocoa, our price ... 20c
Lemons, per dozen 25c
Potatoes, 7 lbs for 25c
Tomatoes, 6 lbs. for 25c
Post Tosties, 3 pkgs for ....25;
Pure Olive OiV
Quart cans .. ....... 80c
1-2 gallons $1.50
We are Paying 39c Cash,
40c in Trade for Fresh Eggs.
' ' EVEB YBODTS GROCEE"
Phone 68 855 N. Com'l St.
Call or write for descriptive mat- J
O. M. LOCKWOOD, Distributor J
810 N. Com'l St. Salem Of.
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or 2010-457 State
6? Farm Loans 6?
Five and seven year loans with
"privilege to repay $100 or
multiples on any interest date.
J. M. and H. M. Hawkins,
t Vermont Loan & Trust Co.
314 Masonic Bldg., Salem, Ore.
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DAVIES' PLACE i
147 South Commercial
Da vies' Pure Ice Cream.
All Kind of CANDIES.
-"All Good Good For All"'
Phone 596. . -
The Capital Junk Co.
Pays the Highest for all
kinds of junk
J71 CHEMEKETA ST.
Used Furniture Wanted
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
E. L. STIFF st SON,
Phone B4l or 508
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