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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1918.
YOU WILL FIND TILVT WE ILWE
FINE VALUES IN
And that it will be to your interest to call on us
I and see for yourself that such is the case.
Ladies Union Suits . .79c, 98c, $1.25, $1.98 and $2.98 : :
Ladies' Vests 15c, 19c, 25c, 35c, 49c, and 79c ::
Children's Union Suits ... .79c, 89c, 98c, $1.49, $1.98 ::
Children's Shirts and Drawers .. 39c, 49c, 59c, 69c, 79c : :
Men's Union Suits . . . .$1.98, $2.19, $2.98, $3.49, $4.50 I
Men's Shirts and Drawers. .98c, $1.49 $1.98 garment X
I Buy for 197 Busy Stores
i; Enables Us To Undersell I
: personals :
Senui S. Keiskiof Ilwaeco, Wash., if
in the city registered at the Bligh.
J. Williams loft this morning over the
Oregon Electric for Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beck left yestw
day for Portland where they -will make
their future home.
Mrs. Horace M. Bibbey and son Del'
bcrt have returned to Ft. Stoveng after
a weck'g visit In Salem with her sister
Miss Garfield of 205 Lincoln street.
Private Bay Johnson of Mounmoutli
is reported missing in action according
to tho casualty list of yestorday. His
nearest relative it Mrs. Bolls Johnson
of V onmouth, . . .
All Around Town
Oct. 27-Sunday. At night,
turn the time back one hour,
Nov. 6. Election day.
The Bed Cross auxiliary of the First
Methodist church will meet Friday mor
uing at 9:30 o'clock to make sheets for
the Kd vross in response to the cail
"Tie funeral oeautifuL,Webb ft
Dr. Mendelsohn fits eyes correctly.
TJ. 8. Nat 1 bank bldg.
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Bigger and better. Wards Drug store.
New location, 1st door east of Grey
Belle confectionery. tf
Half a dozen women with willing
hands and hearts are wanted at the sur
gical dressing department- of the Bed
Cross in the postoffice building. There
U a real rreed of workers to card cotton
Tho work can be done at home. Thos4
who are willing to assist are asked to
"The best" Is ail yon can do when
death comes. Call Webb ft Clongh Co-
Phone 129, v.
- PU iMm. .
SMART SOCIETY AT U SMARTEST
A Heroine who stays the clock of convention and
tries to wind it again in
SMILING BILL PARSONS
In his first Capital Comedy with "Billy Rhodes"
"RIM'S RARY '
Its the Final Word in Screen Comedies ''Minus All
the Old Slap-Slick Staff
What Others Say-
' Many people think that our prices are high but after
looking around comparing values and prices of other
; stores invariably they come back and buy shoes of
: us. WE SELL STANDARD shoes with reputation
' for less than asked by other stores.
$7.50 Genuine Army Shoes for..... .$6.65
: Second grade army shoes for $5.35
' Genuine Kangaroo made in Doctor lasts that give per
fect fit, that sell at $11 and $12 elsewhere. Our
price $9.00. Only a few left. $14.00 High Top Napa
tan boots $12.00.
Dr. Bchenk has now returned from
his vacation and he extends a cordial
invitation to his patrons end friends
to, visit his institution. u
Improvement on the armory began to
day, Colonel Woolpert, who ig custodian
of the building, announced today, xnis
will include another entrance to the
main floor. When tho work is compjlet
ed, there will be three vxits from the
armory on the main Jloor and tnree
stairways from the balcony to tho main
10 per cent off on all MMer tires in
stock. Clark's tire house, 319 N. Com
mercial St. Phone 74. 10-3
More miles for your money. Let your
next tire be a "Severe." Only three
replacements in 600 sold. Clark tire
house, 319 N. Com'l St. Phone 74. 10-3
Having taken the depth of the chan
nel under the new bridge, and tlren
moasurod the vertical and horizontal
cdearances and found them according
to the regulations of the war depart
ment from a standpoint . of cavigai
tion, E. B. Thomson, assistant engineer
undor Colonol Zinn, has written the
bridge department of the Btate that
everything is' o. k. The stags of the
river' under the bridge in the channel
is two foot below and there is 30 feet
of water under that.
County Superintendent Smith ig send
ing out supplies to rural teachers in the
oouuty including report cards and other
blanks used in making out county rec
ords., He is also sending to the clerks
of the rural school districts supplies in
order that a school census may be taken
and letuvncd to the office by October
2iilk. Tho apportionment of tho dis
trict funds is largely governed by a
census of all who are over the age of
four and under the ago of 20. The more
school children found and recorded tho
larger tho funds received from the conn,
ty and stato.
A China pheasant hen walked in on
Olwcr J. Myers, local manager of the
Spaulding Logging eompany, last even
ing as he was putting in some late work
at tho olfico. The hen had evidently
concluded that a nice quiet office was
mutable plaeo to tjicnd tho evening. Mr
Myers captured the in ruder and turned
it over to tho Oregon Hospital for its
plies San t fan:).
Tonight the Elks' lodge will hold the
first of its regular Thursday evening
meetings for tho winter. The- entertain
ment committeo that had such' a fine
tmi0 at the slate fair grounds on Elks'
duy will report of its doings. Theio will
bo other business transacted and a semi
annual report ready for the soerotary.
On a cqmplaint sworn to by the pain
ter, Julius Nelson, Paul M. Smith is in
custody at Dallas and will be brought
back to Salem this evening by Constab
le Varney. The complaint aleged that
Smith obtained money unuVr fulso pre
tenses in giving Mr. Nelson a check
for $5 which it is claimed was worthless
As an example of what may be done
by going over a territory the second
tii.ie, th Fourth Liberty Loan captain
and workers who were assigned to tho
Kay Woolen Mills today reyortod that
on their second visit to the mills the
subscriptions received almost equalled
that of their first visit. It is understood
somo parts of the business district have
I for help from the hospitals in France
A full attendance is desired.
Owing to recent advance of butter
fat prices, the milk distributors find
it necesnsary to list the following pric
es on short notice to take effect Oc
tober 1, 1918: One pint per day per
month $2-25; 1 quart per day per month
$4.25 3 pints per day per month, $8.25
2 quarts per day per month, $8.25; 3
quarts per day per month, $11.50; 4
quarts per day per month, $14.00. Ta
ble cream pe pintK 35c; whipping
cream per pint. 45e. Wholesale in bot
tles, per gallon, 45c; in can, per gallon,
40c Salem Sanitary Dairy,- Fainnount
Dairy, Pincknoy Bros. Dairy. 10-5
; Miss Elizabeth Levy has announced
her' resignation as head of the violin
department of Willamette University in
onlvr that she may devote more time'
to her classes. Miss Levy is recognized
as a competent teacher and one of the
best violinists of the state.
Members of Bodson council No. 1, B.
4 8. if. wiU meet Saturday Oct. 5th
at 5 p. m. sharp, to go to McMinnville
to assist in confering the Super Excel
lent degree. All those wishing to go
will please let Bro. O. A. Olson, Thrice
111. Master, know by 12 o'clock Fri
day Oct. 4th. Phone 440. Visiting Com
, Word was received this morning of
the death of George S. Mills, telegraph
operator, at San Francisco. Tho body
will arrive tomorrow morning, and f u-'
Hcrnl services will bo hold at the chapol
of the Rigdon company at 3 o'clock oi
1 mlay afternoon. Burial will be m City
view cemetory. a a is survived by a
sister Mrs. Walling living in Salem.
The undersigned wish to express
their thanks and obligation to the kind
friends who have shown in so many
ways, sympathy yand aid in the time
of bereavement of our husband and
father. Mrs. J. W Carver, Mrs. R. S.
Allen, Joseph E. Carver, William it.
Orders to speed np the collections of
fruit pits have been received by W. M.
Suiith, in charge of ,tho work for Marion
county outside of the city of Salem
Ho is arranging with all rural school
districts by which school houses may be
used as collection points. In Salem the
collecting places are at the east base
ment door of the court house,, the base
ment of the city public library and bai
relj at the corner q Statu and Liberty
streets. There is just one caution in
giving the pits and that is, they must
be thoroughly dried befote being deli
vered. Mr. Smith said that in a day oi
so lu would ship 000 pounds to head'
quarters at Portland,
STEAMER TAMPA SUNK
OFFICERS AND CUE
112 IN Mi ARE LOST
Was Torpedoed September 26
While Escorting Convoy,
Six Others Lost
Washington, Oct. 3.V. S. S. Tam
pa, a former coast guard eutter was
sunk in foreign waters, the navy de
partment announced today. All aboard
are reported lost.
The Tampa was sunk off the Eng
lish coast in the, Bristol channel, Sep
tember 26. . '
Reports received here indicate that
the Tampa wh8 torpedoed at night
while engaged in escorting convoy.
Ten officers and 102 enlisted men be
sides one British army officer and five
civilian employes on board were re
Tho Tampa steamed on an average of
more than 3500 miles each month be
tween October 1, 1917, and July 31,
1918, and was under way more than
half of the total time, the navy de
partment announced this afternoon.
She had escorted eighteen convoys be
tween Gibraltar and British ports in
that time. The vice admiral of the Eng
lish navy commanding the Milford Ha
ven 'sent a message to" Admiral Sims
expressing his admiration for Captain
Sapperlee of the Tampa.
Tag days are now in the discard. This
fnv.irite metliod of raising money is
now on tlio taboo list. The Stato Coun
cil of defense has issued an edict that
the average citizen has plenty of ways
to help without being asked to contri
bute to the tag day process. A. few
days nga an appeal was made to the
coufio.il for a tag dny in Portland in
pehnlf of devastated France. As the
city had been sufforing from a big run
f tagging, tho council decided there wa
nothing nothing doing in that line, ev
en for devastated France. The ruling
was outdo stutowidv and if any organ
ization attempts to put on a tag day in
Salem it will be in defiance of the
wishes of tho Stato Council of defense
The women in Portland associated with
"Tho SocrWy for Devastated France"
thought to assist the poultry raisers in
tho devastated area and werc anxious to
put on a tag dny, each tag to bo labell
ed "I have a chicken iu France." Tho
State Council of uVfonse didn't approve
of the "chicken" idea.
Portland Furniture Dealer wants
all kinds of second bund furniture,
skstoves. era ranees, eta. Best price
paid. Phone 951.
Hemstitching and Picot edge
We do this work in the best
All work guaranteed.
Singer Sewing Machine Co
' 837 State Street Salem
DARR At lrar home 244 South High
street, Thursday morning, October 3,
1918, Mrs. J. A. Dorr, at th0 ago of
Besides her husband, she is survived
by a sister. Mrs. Clydo Johnson of Sa
leu. As yet no funeral arrangements have
Household furniture of
every description. I am
shipping to my Port-
land store." Get my pri
ces before you sell.
Phone 510. Woodry the
I WANT TO BUY
Tour Junk and give yon
a square business deal.
I always pay the highest
carh prices. v
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS
I bny all kinds of used
Roods, 2nd hand furni
turf, rubber and junk.
Get my prices before
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Van Square Deal House
211 Chemeketa Street
I AUCTiOH SALE I
Ferry and Liberty Sts.
Saturday. October 5
At 10:30 a. m.
Horses, Harness, Plows
Farmers, I have a num
ber of buyers for pigs.
Bring them in on Sat
urday. F. N. WOODRY
Journal Want Ads Pay
WANTED, JUNK 5
And All Kinds of 2nd Hand 4
Dili Market Prices Special 4
Prices paid for Sacks. 4
Get oar prices before 70a sell.
THE PEOPLE'S JUNE ft 2ND 4
HAND STOKE 4
271 It. Com'l 8t Phone 734 4
DR. W. E. STANTON
Skin and Scalp Specialist
Treats all eruptions and
blemishes of skin and scalp.
Latest appliances for treat
ing the feet. Satisfaction
518 U. S. Natl Bank Bldg.
I . Yick So Tocg
. er of
Chines Medicine and Tea Oa.
Has medicine which will sure
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. ss.
antil 3 p. m.
153 South High St
Salem, Oregon. Paom 181
Journal Want Ads Pay
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY !
R THESE DATES
AT THE CARLTON SMITH PLACE, ONB MILE NORTH OF TURNER
ON THE SALEM TURNER KOAD.
Monday, October 7
AT 10 A- M. SHARP, CONSISTING OF FOLLOWING PROPERTY? -1
Sorrel Horse, weight 1650, a good work horse. 1 Bay Horse, good to
work, or drive, weight 1150. 13 1-4x10 Stuflcbakcr wagon, good - as
U:w with box complete. 2 Oliver Chilh?d Plows, 0ne 12-iuch and one 15
inch, good as new. 2 Chilled Pbws, ono 12-inch and one 15-inch, good
as new. 1 three-section iron harrow, good as new. 1 sot Double Har
ncss. 2 tons Choice Hay. 2 tons Fine Feed Straw. A Lot of Choice
St-jd Wheat, Spring and Fall. A lot of Small Tools, CroSg Cut Saw,
Sledge and Wedges, Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Rakes and Many Articles too
numerous to montion.
97 White Leghorn Hens, prize Winners. 1 acre Corn. Household goods
and kitchen furniture, consisting of rockers, chairs, bedsteads, and A-l
fine kitchen range. 1 Gray Horse, 15 years old, weight 1200. 1 bay
horse 12 ye-arg old woight 1200 1 Gray Horse 8 years old weight 1175.
1 Bay Mare 12 yearg old weight 1000. 1 Chain Work Harness. 1
light driving Harness. 1 single Harness. 1 Bain Wagon, 3 1-3x10.
1 Heney Wagon. 1 Emery MeClain Haek, good as new. 1 Cross Cut
Paw, Sledges and Wedges. 1 Grindstone. 1 Extra Good Saddfo, Bridle.
TERMS: All suing nnder $10 Cash in hand. All sums over $10, 12
months time at 8 per cent on approved bankable notes.
T. C. JAMES and H. MILES, Owners'
MR. FARRINGTON, F. N. WOODRY,
Clerk AUCTIONEER, Phono 510, Salem, Or
NOTE WOODRY SELLS FARM STOCK SALES ANYWHERE IN
THE STATE AND GUARANTEES SATISFACTION r- ,
I will sell at public sate at the farm known as The
Geo. Caspell Place, twelve miles due east of Salem
and eight miles north of Stayton, postponed to
Tuesday, October 8
Sale Starts at 10 o'clock a. m. Sharp
THE FOLLOWING STOCK, MACHINERY, HOUSEHOLD GOO D,S,
ETC. 1 Bay Gliding, 4 years ol 1, weight 1400. 1 Brown Filly, 2 yrs.
old, weight 1150. 1 Sorrel Mare, "8 years old, weight 1400. 1 3
months' old colt. 1 Black Coach Marc, 14 years old, weight 1350. 1
Black Coach Mare, 15 years old woight 1250. 5 Good Milch Cows, two
fresh. 8 Fine Shoats, weight 175 pounds each. 5 Pure Bred Poland
China pigs, 3, months old, weight DOlbs. 10 Grjdo Poland China and
Berkshire pigs, 3 months old, woight80 pounds. 1 Berkshire-Poland
China brood sow. 1 3-in Bain Wagon doublo box complete, almost new;
1 3-inch Bain Wagon with bed. lSpving Wagon with bed. 1 John
Deere Hack. 1 Clark Top Buggy, ex- tra good. 1 Light Buggy. J
Road Cart, nearly new. 5 Showls 1 Cultivator. 1 McCormick Bin
dcr, 7-foot Cut, with tongue truck. lDrng Harrow, 3-section. 1 McC
ovmick Mower, 4-foot cut, good as new. 2 Shovel Plows. 1 Van Brunt D
rill. 1 Springtooth Harrow. 1 Oliver Chilled Plow No. 50. 1 Hay Rack
1 Oliver Chilled Plow No. 40. lCutting Box, good, 1 Merry-Go-Round
Fern Cutter. 1 Spray Pump, good. 1 Double Harpoon Hay Fork, car
rier ropo. 1 Sot Blacksmith To0ls, extra good. 1 Set Carpenter tools.
1 Cider Press, nearly now. -1 Sot Hack Harness. 2 Sots Single Driving
Harness. 1 Saddle, good. Several dozen White Leghorn Chickens
various Household articles, including Home Comfort Range, etc 1 bet
Heavy Work Harness.
TERMS: All sums of $10.00 and unler, cash; over
$10.00, six months' time with bankable notes at 8 per
cent interest. No property to be removed until set
tled for. '...-
LUNCH SERVED ON THE GROUNDS
MRSrP. A. CASPELL, F; N. WOODRY,
PROP, Stayton, Oivgon AUCTIONEER,-Phono 510, Snlem, 6re.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK, Clerk.
, NOTE WOODRY CONDUCTS FARM STOCK SALES ANYWHERE
IN THE STATE AND GUARANTEES SATISFACTION
v 598 N. 21st Street, Salem 1 p. m. Sharp
Wednesday, October 9
, Consisting of :
1 Span Grey Geldings, age 10, wt. 2850, sound and well broken. 1
Span Bay Geldings, age 11, wt. 2800, sound and well broken. 1 Jcr,
scy cow extra good. 1 Hercules 7 h. p. Gas Engine with good wood
saw attachment mounted on wagon, extra good. 1 Dain Gasoline Hay
Bater, good as new. 1 Ohio No 9 Feed Cutter fitted for Engine drive.
1 McCormick Binder with Tongue Truck, 7-foot cut, good order. 1 Mc
Cormick Mower, 5 foot cut, good as new. 1 8-foot Corrugated roller
new. 1 Deering Hay Bake good as new. 1 Hose seed drill. 1 Duira
roller. 1 5-shovel Cultivator. 1 Platform scale, good as new. 2 Oli
ver Chilled Plows No. 40. 1 Garden Plow. 1 3 1-4 inch Wagon with
Gravel Box. 1 3 1-4 inch Wagcn with Rack. 1 8-blad0 Disk Harrow
good. 1 Slip Scraper. 1 Dump Gravel Box. ' 2 Sets Double Breeching
Harness, good. 1 Hay Back. 1 Closed Rack for hauling short wood.
1 50-gallon tank of Distillate. 1 25-gallon tank of Motor Oil. 4-5 gal
lon Oil Cans. 3 Rubber Drive Bjlts. 15 Tons Baled Oat, Wheat and
Vetch Hay. 8 Ttons Baled Straw. 100 Bushels of Cheat Seed. 1
Grindstone. 1 Emery Whel. 2Chop Bones and other small tools.
TERMS: Hay, straw and grain cash; balance, all
sums of $10.00 and under cash; over that amount,
time will be given to October 1st, 1919, to parties fur
nishing approved bankable notes at 8 per cent
P. A. SHIPLEY,
OWNER, 508 N. 21st St. Salem
F. N. WOODRY,
AUCTIONEER, Phone 510, Salem
NOTE WOODRY CONDUCTS FARM STOCK SALES ANYWH'JRE
AND GUARANTEES SATISFACTION ,
At tonrey Ccjf wU George M. Brown
returned tti'lay noon frorr. a trip to
Burns where he a tended circuit court
appearing for the state in the Pacific
,ipwtotk company case.
"Word was received from Russell
Brooks, who left for France with Com
pany M, of Salem, that ho had Vecn
sent to Paris, France, for additional
training in the information department,