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' . SALEM, OREGON.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1918.
Wie u;sA to call
To Our Prices on a few articles, with which you are
familiar, that will give you an idea of the "GREAT
SAVING" We make you. Similar savings will be1
made on other things throughout the entire store.
Dress Ginghams 29c Yard
j zepnyr uingnams, dz mcnes wwe fiC jj jyc
If Percales - 17c, 20c, 29c, and 35c Yd
if Thpvint Shirfiiijr 9Q YoyA
, . 1IUU
Kiddie Cloth, 32 inch 39c Yard
NEW CHALLIES in neat patterns for a nice dress,
B kimona, dressing sacque, etc, which are good and
if wear fine c Yard
DO NOT OVERLOOK US FOR PRACTICAL
J. C. Penney Co.
' for ...
Thanksgiving Day and Afterwards I
No store in the country can sell you overcoats as low
as we can. Overcoats in absolutely all-wool materials
in the popular Balmaccan style with plain or Raglan
Buy one of these warm, serviceable coats now. You
will save $10.00 by doing so.
"We Keep the Quality Up, and the Prices Down"
The usual winter lectures of the Ba-1 The law firm of Trunin and Macy
lorn public library will not begin this will move its offices Jan. 1 to rooms
year until curly in Juuuary, Miss Flora
Case, librarian announced today. , As
now planned, the course will includo
ix loctures to be given mostly by pro
fi8ora from the University of Oregon.
Tboro will bo three delivered on Gor
many, referring espoctally to the Inter
nal cqnditions and three on France.
Ono of tlio lectures ou Franco will be
iu the Gray block, over tho Hurtman
jewelry store. The election of Mr. Un
ruh as justice of the peace has made
it necessary to secure larger quarters.
Tho firm will occupy four office rooms
und a justice of the peace court room
18 by 24 feet. In all respects tho of
fices will be furnished according to
modern ideas, and this includes tho
lurger room where tho justice's court
will be hold.
; All Around Town
Nov. 28. Thanksgiving.
Nov. 30. Election on School
Dec. 1. Elks Annual Mem
orial Services. Opera, Bouse
8:30 p. in
Dee. 11-14 Fifth Annual
Marion County Corn Show.
"The fun oral oeaatUnl.".
I have moved my offices into more
pleasant and more commodious quar
ters on the third floor of the V. S.
National bank building. Dr. O. L. Scott
Chiropractic-Spinologist, 309-213 TJ. S.
National bank bldg. tf
The ice is now broken in the issuing
of building permits as Saturday the
city recorder issued one to W. F. Gru
sh aw for the erection of a building tc
cost $1200 on State street between 19th
and 21st. The permit previous to the
ouo issuod Saturday wag dated bept. 18
Highways Bapld Transit auto service
to Portland and way points daily. Leav
es Salem 10 a. m. 137 S. . Com'l St.
Phone 195. tf
is all yon can do when
Call Webb Clough Co.
Dr. Schenk has now returned from
hit vacation and he extends cordial
invitation to hii patrons and friends
to visit his institution. tf
Better dentistry without pain. Two
post graduate courses jn painless den
tistry. Dr. Hartley. Phone 114. tf
Constance Overholt of Bellingham
has writton tho police for information
regarding hor son Gaylord -Bodenbcrg,
whom sho has not seen for 11 years.
Sho writes that he at ono time workod
on a dairy ranch near Salem.
Mince meat, plum pudding, cake, pie,
bread, etc., for snlo by Presbyterian
ladies, Tuesday. Court streot next to
Man to take general agency for Ma
rlon county on a high grade specialty,
patented and endorsed by the best
people of this and foreign countries.
We have men making $500 per month
and up. If you have $200 for stock you
can secure solo agency. No competition.
Investigate and be convinced. See J.
D. Sirvis, Bligh hotel.
- O :'
Ladies of the South Central Circle of
the First Mothodist church have taken
up tho Bod Cross nurses's training
course for study the coming year. Tues
day evening they will meet at the homo
of Mrs. John Todd. The lecture will-
bo givon by Jdiss Cook, a trained nurse.
Plan to eat Thanksgiving dinner at
Hotel Marion. A splendid course din
ner at $1.50 per cover will be served
from S:30 t;o 8 o'clock. 11-26
Presbyterian Cooked Food Bale Tues
day, Court stroet next to Steusloff's.
Captain Floyd D. Lewis of Silverton
,9 now in on American nase "!' training for officors. commissions will
uuur l.UIlllUII. it nun OUiVillj;, l
the ambulance service of the medical
Chrestomathean and Chrestophalian
are not names of pre historic animals,
found in tho Willamette valley. TV'hile
the names sound rather antediluvian
and ferocious, the facts are they rep
resent two societies of Willamette uni
versity, and indicate that members are
lovers of learning. The societies have
exalted ideals of culture, limited in
number and chosen each year. In the
social world the Chrestomatheans co
operate with their brother Society, the
C'hrestophalians. It was these two so
cieties that gave $400 for the erection
of club rooms for the S.A.T.C. boys.
The building now in course of erection
will cost about $1200, the remainder of
funds to be given by friends of the
Now is the time, to place your orders
for rosebushes, shrubbery, fruit, walnut
end ornamental trees for immediate
planting, with tli Capital City Nur
sery Co., 103Q Chem. St. Phone 75. 11-31
Vide Bros, have been notified by the
Ford Motor Co. that the new Ford
cars will begin to arrive very soon and
they are again taking orders.
The enrollment of Willamette Uni
versity now numbers 297.- At this timo
one year ago it was 281.
Masquerade 'at Chemawa Wednooday
night. Cash prizes.
Dance with tha happy crowd at the
armory Thanksgiving day. 11-27
It looks just now as if the Thanks
giving turkey will eost the good house
keeper or the head of the family who
pays the bills about 42 cents a pound.
That is of course for choice turkey.
The figure will run about from 40 to
42 cents. Turkeys, , are plentiful but
the price remains steady. ,.
Big Thanksgiving . dance at armory
Nov. 28th. Five .piece orchestra. 11-27
Dandtng1 starts at 7 p. m, Thanks
giving day at the armory. 11-27
Joe Owens of Oregon City left $10
in the city treasury yesterday. The
speed cop got him on a double count,
that of exceeding tho 15-mile limit in
tho business section, and of hitting it
up in tho business part of the city with
tho muffler cut quf open. It was about
10:30 last night when it happened.
No word has, as yet been received by
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Eckerlin, 605 N.
Liberty strejt, as to, the correctness of
the telegram with news of the death
of their son Ernest in France Oct. 5
The family is hoping that some error
has been made as they have a letter
from him dated Oct. 16.
Fred S. Lamport is home on a few
days' furlough from the Bremerton na
S. E. Notson of Heppner registered
yesterday at the31igh.
Abe F. BennotWf Eugene was a
Visitor in Salem Sunday.
Harold Eakin, now stationed at Camp
Lewis was in the city over Sunday. He
will return this evening.
Lewis Griffith, who is in the mar
ines, stationed at Mare Island, is home
for a few days.
Dr. Geo. F. Holt, pastor of the First
Baptist church, will go to Portland
tomorrow to attend as director the Bap
tist state convention.
J Died S
HEBEL The infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hcbel, Nov. 24, 1918, at
tho age of one month. The funeral
services will bo held at 10 o'clock Tucs
day morning at the home 2105 Center
street. Burial will be in Lee Mission
Cross To Mr. and Mrs. Curtis B.
Cross, 350 North 14th street, Sunday
morning, Nov. 24, 1918, a daughter.
She has been named Virginia Ellen.
FEILER To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Foilcr of 1496 North. Winter street,
Nov. 24,' 1918, a daughter.
day and hour -that the Bed Cross will
accept cartons for Christmas presents,
as the mailing office will be closed Nov
30. During the past four days 100 car
tons were issued on permits while here
tofore, there has been only 200 issued
on labels. It was estimated that 750
cartons would bo called for and mailed
from Salem alone, and against this es
timate only 300 have been taken out.
Although some of the restrictions
have been removed regarding tho sale
of the ingredionts of explosives, con
ditions as in the past will continue tho
sumo for those who are in need of
stumping powder or dynnmito. Anyone
needing such explosives is obliged to
secure a permit to purchase from the
It seems that a number of people
from widely different sections of tho
country are becoming interested in the
fruit possibilities of Oregon. livery
day letters are .roceived at the Com
mercial club asking for information, es
pecially of that part of tho valley near
Salem. There is no late advertising
literature to send the people interested
in the west and all that can be mailed
is the old paniphlot of Salem and vi
cinity prepared about five years ago.
Inquiries were recoived today from
Portland, Maine; Hoboken, New Jersey
' The fifteen' Willamette University, and Tucon, Arizona.
o.a.t.u Doys now. at waco, lexas,
Everything Got to be sold Before the 15th
GET WHAT YOU WANT AT A BARGAIN
Musical Instruments (old violins), Clothing, Shoes
Rifles, Watches, Tools, Suit Cases, Show Cases,
Safe, Fixtures For Sale
he recoived his injury he was under fire
for six days in the beginning Of the Oc
tober offensive of tho American rtoops
receive tnoir discharge ana be given
corp8 mat no was wounacu. ueiore (jcrstood that aU of the young men will
roturn to coutinuo their studies at Wil
lamette but that only two have elected
to remain in the Student s Army Train
ing corps. These are Paul Flegol ai
Benjamin Bickli. This week the boys
are enjoying themselves seeing things
as they are down south in the land of
cotton as they have been given per
mission to attend the annual cotton
stato fair at Waco. '
SECOND HAND STORE
337 Court St.
THE CHARLES B. ARCHERD IM
take pleasure in announcing that they
have milled feed to their line, and are
now prepared to supply tho trade with
GROUND OATS AND BARLEY
I ('HACKED CORN
j HOLSTKIN DAIRY FEED
OA UN AT I ON DAIRY FEED
BKKKSH1R1'! HOG FOOD
COTTON HEED MEAL
: Other feeds will be added from time
to time, for it is thoir intention to car
ry a full line. Terms ou feed will be
strictly cash. 11-28
Drop in this evening or tomorrow
and get a nice fat young turkey at 38
cents a pound. G. W. Eyre, old Inde
pendent market location, South Com
o i .
There is an old song about a police
man's life not a happy one. But Hie
men lias nothing on the prune pack
ers in tho Willamette valley this fall.
Just as things were about to finally
move Hlong all right, came tho tele
phono mcssugo this morning to all
prune packers to hold up shipments of
prunes to tho war department. This
means that about 10,000,000,000 pounds
' At today's weekly meeting of the
Salem Minister's association, Rev. C.
L. fcovel rend a paper.. on "Tho War
and Spiritual Relationship."
Figuring on a basis of the number
of soldiers in tho service from mvcui
and vicinity, and. on the number of
carters that have been mailed, to tho
boys overseas by the Bed Cross mail
ing department, about half of tho men
will receive no Christmas present. Sat
urday evening at 5 o'clock is tho last
AUCTION SALE. "
CLEARWATER BROS.' BARN
10 tons bailed hay; 4 tons straw; 16
sacks notatoes: 1 set heavv breochine
of prunes that were about to be ship- harness; 10 second hand horse collars;
ped to points in the United States and g ncw collars; 3 2-ton wagon jacks; 2
overseas lor American troops are nei(i'j,Hggy tongues; hay forks, Tope aud
up awaiting further orders. At the pulleys; 1 double harpoon hay fork; 2
Friends of John Loder, city recorder
of Oregon City, are greatly alarmed ov
er his disappearance last Wednesday.
Since he was last seen Wednesday n
word has boon hoard from him although
every effort has Becn mado to find him.
Ho is an attorney and at ono time serv
ed on tho city council of Oregon City.
Ho is about 50 years old and has r.
A "Victory" road from Portland to
Salem ,decovnted with triiipiphal arch
es looks better to a number of Portland
people than an investment in a victory
monument. Beccntly a meeting was
held in Portland to effect a permanent
organization to work out some plan in
tho way of tho "Victory" road. Money
for tho triumphal arches is toH)0 raised
by popular subscription.
The Six O'clock club of the First
Mothodist church will ftTrct Tuesday
evening in tho church parlors, and wo
men ns well os men are invited. It is
to be a pioneer meeting. The address
es of tho evening are to he delivered
by the Hon. C. B. Moores of Portland
who will speak on "Belntion of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church to tho
Early Political Life of tho States" and
Justico Henry L. Benson, who will
speak on "The Tioneer Minister." Mu
sic for the evening will include vocal
solos bv John H. Todd and Prof. J. E.
a new and splendid showingof Ladies'
Pocketbooks, in all the Latest Novelties.
Many pretty styles to choose from.
Prices 69c, 98c, $1.49 and up to $5.50 each
"Our Prices Always the Lowest"
GALE & CO.
The undersigned auctioneer has received instruc
tions from Alice M. Goodell, administratrix of the
estate of A. G. Dalrymple to sell by public auction at
the deceased farm, located at MacCleay, Oregon, on
FRIDAY, NOV. 29
. At P. M. Sharp
''V. The Following:
. . . . -. , n -14
1 sorrel horso 3 years old woigut pounds; x sorrei mare o yer urn
weight 1050 pounds;
1 black Jersey heifer 2 years old
1 hav horse
with calf at side; 1 black Jorsey cow 3 years old, can at siao; i yel
low Jersey cow 8 years old fresh in December; 1 yellow Jersey heifer
8 months old, fat; 1 black Jersey heifer 8 months old, fat; 2 brood
sows, Duroc Jersey weight abopt 300 lbs each; 16 ducks, 19 barred rock
hens; 7 Whito Leghorn hens; S tons loose oat hay; 2 tons baled straw; 7
cords' of stove wood; 3 acres artichokes; 1 acre field carrots; 70 pounds
beans; 2 sets single -harness; 1 hay fork, carrier, 146 feet ropo and trip
rope; 1 role barbed wire; 1 top buggy; 1 light hack; 1 8-ineh garden
plow;' 1 light wagon with boj 3 forks; l.hog crate; 1 scalding vat;
1 post hole digger; 1 splitting bar; 1. brush hook; 1 hand cultivator;
1 pick; 1 grub hoc; 1 scythe; 1 new Viking cream separator 500 pounds
capacity; 1 washing machine; 159 quarts canned fruit; 90 quarts vege
tables;'! cook stove; 2 heaters; 1 dresser; 6 diners; 2 rockers; 1 good
couch, bedding, dishes, kitchen utensils and other articles too numerous
Phone 510 or 511, Salosi, Oregon
ALICE M. GOODELL
Administratrix, phone 26F21
Sites. Tho Ladies Aid society of the
church will serve a chicken dinner at
In response to the appeal of two rep
resentatives of Vancouver Barracks
who came to Salem to interest people
in the need for apples at tho barracks,
five boxes will be. sent today. They
were delivered at the Commercial club
Saturday and were given by the follow
ing: D. K. Brannon, Salem route 2;
B. W. Hogg, route 2; J. W. Bellamy,
route 6; C. C'louser, routo 9. All gave
ono box excepting Mr. tsraunon who
COENS, BUNIONS, ING BOWING
TOE NAILS EEMOVED ;
Without Blood or Pain or Causing
Soreness or Other Inconvenience.
Chilblains and All Diseases of tho Feet
Special Attention to Antiseptics there
by Preventing Infection.
Appointments by Phone.
518 TJ. S. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 416. Salem Ore,
rwrasoondonce Schools. Mr, Perkins
tho Field Kp is nt the Bligh hotol
and would like to meet au stuaenis
of the I. C. S. as soon as possible.
Household goods, harness, wagons, tools,
ranges, heaters, cookstoves, farm ma
chinery, etc. I pay casn or win geu
on commission from stock sales con
ducted anywhere. Phone 510 or 511
tVnndrv. the Auctioneer.
same time the packers were informed
that none whatever would be released
for civilian uw, As to the reason why
tho shipments were held up, there is
none as it i not customary when deal
ing with the war department t0 ask
Order your Ice Oreant for Thanks
giving. We close at noon that 'lay. P.
M. Oregory, Salem's loe Cream Man,
240 S. Com 'l St. Phone 16. 11-27
Masquerade at Chemawa Wednesday
night. Cash prises.
As Thanksgtviag is national holl
' day, the city public library win tie
j closed next Thursday. This closing no
: tiro also applies tothq, pogtoffire, banks
) and all rountv and state offices, as Auctioneer
from a closing standpoint, Thankgiving j
single harpoon hav forks; 1 2-ton ex
press wagon; 1 steel wheelbarrow; 1
new set 34 x 4 auto chains; 1
good stock saddle; 1 office desk;
3 office chairs; 1 work bench;
forks, shovels, chains; automobile
bumper and other articles too numer
ous to mention.
CLEAEWATEE BEOS, Owners.
Notc I will hold a sale of high class
Household Furniture ' at my Auction
Market in the afternoon, 1:30. Bo on
Phone 610 or 511
day rnakx along
DOES YOUR EYEGLASS FRAME OR MOUNTING FIT
satueu noed -uiasses
Is it optically cor
rect? Right lenses and
wrong frame do not
Yet us put your len
ses in anew Shelltax
frame or mounting. -Be
up to date and be
DR. A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
204-5 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Chinese Medicine and Tea 0.
Has medicine which will tan
any knows disease. X
Opn Sundays from 10 . K.
nntii 3 p. m. f
153 South High 8t X
Salem, Oregon. Pfcoaa 181 1
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and yve you
a square business deal.
I always pay the highest
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS
I buy all kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber &nd junk.
Get my Prios Before
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square D ial House
.271 Chemekcta Street