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" " SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1918...
We wish 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
Zephyr Ginghams, 32 inches wide r35c and 39c
Percales ........... . ..... ... ..... 17 20 29c, and 35c Yd
Cheviot Shirting ..29c Yard
Kiddie Cloth, 32 inch 39c
NEW CIIALLIES in neat
kimona, dressing sacque, etc., which are good and
wear fine 9gc Yard
. DO NOT OVERLOOK US FOR PRACTICAL
. C. Penney Co.
- for ' .
No store in the country can sell you overcoats as low
as we can. Overcoats in absolutely alUwool materials
in the popular Balmaccan styje 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,
Things will be a trifle quiet down
town tomorrow. The grocers wlU not
open and the meat markets will soil
only until 10 o'clock In the morning,
the postoffico will do no business, and
every business that can close its doors
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER TWENTY-EIGHT
Served 5 O'clock Till 9 p. m.
D0 you rcmembor when you were a youngster how delicious that
young Kinin fed turkey used to taste and how your mouth watered when
ynu limply caught sight of the pe.-fcc'.ly j-'lied trauuouy causo and tin
other fixiu's thnt went with tho bird! .
Ve!l, oui chef will mnko fou think of those enrly davs you'll
imagine you're a youngster again. Everything will bo cooked to a
turn and you can get just wiuit you want from an Olympin oyster
cocktail starter to Salem's riell homo-grown English walnuts at the
Cream of Tomato Consomme
Lake Lablsu Celery Ripe Olives
Boast Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce;
, Chicken with Dressing;
Prime Ribs of Beef au Jus
Mashed Potatoes; (Sweet Potatoes, Southern Style
. CHOICE or
Creamed Cauliflower; S.ewod Corn; Lima Beans
I Shrimp Salad, Mayonaisc; Combination fruit Salad, Cream Dressing
Hot Mince Pie; Plumb Puddlng.Lemon Sauce; Home Made Truit Cake;
Or Choice of A iy Pie or Ice Cream.
-Tuaj Ojffee; Milk.
THE GttAY -
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, f i (i n y i j m w ii ii i tin n m w i
U il o A Viio ,fM HI
patterns for a nice dress,
and Afterwards f
and the Prices Down"
.will do , so. Of coursa the banks an 3
court house will bo a lonesome place
for any who might straggle in to trans
act business. An dtho saifo is true of
tlio city hall. Salem will be in overy
respect e closed town tomorrow.
lIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMt mill MMM
l AH Around Town
Nov. 28. Thanksgiving.
Nov. 30. Election on School
Dec. 1. Elks Annual Mem
orial Service. Opera House
2:30 p. m-
Dee. 11-14 Fifth Annual
Marion County Corn Show.
I hare moved my offices Into more
pleasant and more- commodious quar
ters on the third floor of the U. 8.
National bank building. Dr. O. L. Scott
ChiropracticSpinologiBt, 30&-213 U. 8.
National bank bldg. . tf
7 uuS , i, a
mous Gates Half Bole man has moved
into larger quarters,, just across the
street from its former location. The
new quarters are just south of tie Cap
ital Journal office. There are three
Montgomery's in the tire shop, father
and two sons.
Highways Bapld Transit auto service
to Portland and way points daily. Leav
es Salem 10 a. m. 137 S. Corn! St.
Phone 063. tf
la ail yon can do when
Call Webb ft Clough Co.
THE CHARLES B. ARCHERD IM
take pleasure in announcing that they
have added feed to their line, and are
now prepured to supply the trade with
GROUND OATS AND BAELEY
CRACKED CORN ,
IfOLSTKIN DAIRY FEEP .
CARNATION DAIRY FEED
BERKSHIRE HOG FOOD
COTTON SEED MEAL
Other foeds will be added from time
to time, for it is their intention to car
ry a full line. Terms on feed will be
strictly cash. 11-28
Fordsons are now in the market and
the .chancos are that other Ford pro
ducts will be arriving within a month
or so. Elbert Thompson of the Valley
Motor Company announces that a car
load of Fordsons arrived today.
Order your,. Ice Cream for Thanks
giving. We close at noon that day. P.
M. Gregory, Salem's Ice Cream Man,
240 S. Coni '1 St. Phone 1196. 11-27
Dr. Bchenk has now returned from
his vacation and he extends a cordial
invitation to hit patrons and friends
to visit his institution. tf
There might be a rush of eastern
people to Oregon all anxious to buy
pruno tracts if it was properly adver
tised ;this winter with records that
havo been made in tliu prune growing
business this year. For instance, C. H.
Taylor of the Sunnysldo district on his
9 acres sold prunes to the value ,of
1739.61. His trees arc set 24 feet apart.
Other growers have done Tcmarkably
well this year and it has been sug
gested thnt pnmo growings a busi
ness should be advertised in the ei-n
tral and eastern statet when so niwy
want to cot awav from farming and
hard winters and eng;igj in the prune
Now is the time to place your orders
for rosebushes, shrabbery, fruit, walnut
and ornamental trees for immediate
planting, with the Capital" City Nur-
scry Co., 1030 Chem. St. Phone 75. 11-31
Wanted next Friday and Saturday
fat hens and chickens. Highest market
price. Steusloff Bros., Inc.
CAttlJ ux TrtAJN.no
The children and relatives of the
lato Mis. Eliza Ann Free hereby ex
press their sincere appreciation for the
help and sympathy of friends and
neighbors during the sickness and bur
ial of this devoted and dearly beloved
Tttere ? ?"J.?,KU
on at trie jason memorim uniM)
corner Winter and Jefferson streets un
der the auspices of' the Epworth Lea
gue chapter. The campaign will close
Sunday evening, of this week. Special
meetings are now being held each even
ing at 7:30 o'clock and for each even
ing thero is a different speaker. All
aro welcome to these meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. TerwiUigar, grad-
uate morticians and funeral directors, ,
770 Chemekcta St. Phone 721. j
O. M. Lockwood, county food admin
istrator, returned last evening from a
trin to Portland to attend a meeting
of the county food administrators with
the head of the state food administra- j
tion, W. B. Ayre.' Ho says that all of
BIG THANKSGIVING DANCE
the county food administrators agreed
that most important work was now be
fore them and that the officers should
be continued. Mr. Ayers also agreed
that the food administration work
should continue and that no office
should reduce its clerical force. How
ever, nothing special was done as to
the future work as all depended on
What Mr TTnnvnr ahnnl nr o
reeuing or tne starving nations in Eu
rope. There was a feeling that Turkey
and Bulgaria were not entitled to anv
help from America in the way of food
"Motorllfe" a carbon -remover. A
gas engine cleaner. A gasoline saver.
Will be here on or about Dec. 1, dis
tributor for Marion and Polk counties.
Clark's Tire House, 319 N. Com't St.
"When a fellow needs a friend' Is
when as in "The Sign Invisible," the
special Thanksgiving program at the
Liberty, he is staggering through a
blinding storm in' the mountains has
lost his way and doesn 't care where he
, j , , T
About that time the
chords of "Lead Kindly Light," float
ing through pelting weather, would
sound mighty good. There is more than
one touching bit in this big drama of
defiant man vs dominant nature.
Out of town people who do not like
to go to their local postmaster and cash
in War Savings stamps are coming tJ
tho Salem poatoffice to cash in. If the
letter of the law is adhered to, no one
can cash War Savings stamps unless a
I ten day notice is given. Judging from
the Amount of War Savings -stamps
that are now being turned in, many
people seem to think the government
has en abundance or moiiay, now that
. the tm.iietice has been Mgncd. It also
I sc?;n;i tbfct many who ware afraid to
i turn Oown solicitors for War Scvings
' stp.n.ps, are now cashiAg in tho Bti.ini.s
and making payments on thoir war
If you want to Hooverize for fair,
saving time, labor and fuel, oat your
Thanksgiving dinner at the Cherry
City Homo restaurant, at 50c a plate.
Meals served from 12 to 2:30 p. m.
and from 5:30 to 8 p. m. 186 South
New show today at the Liberty, also
au entire new show tomorrow.
Home Restaurant 223 N. Com'l St.
After two months of much needed rest
will open doors for business Monday
morning, 11:30 a. m., Doc. 2, 1918.
Meals served at regular hours. Price
40c. Short orders in morning 6 to 8:30
a. m. We always endeavor to give the
public the worth of their money of
the best the marketraffordg, prepared
by the best lady cooks, served in fam
ily style. Yeurs, Home ReBtaurant.
, !. ' U-30
The mercury did some dropping last
evoning and officially managed to
touch the 30 notch and thore waB plon-ty-of
ice formed in tho quiet pools thiB
morning- Last night was the coldest
since tho little cold snap on April 2 of
this year, when early gardens were
nipped when the temperature dropped
to 30 degrees.
Dr. J. A. Matthis, associated with Dr.
H. J. Clements, office 410 SiUera Bank
of Com. bll'g. Office tel. 691 ; res. 1705
South Fir St. tel. 596. , . 12-27
Tonight masquerade at Chemawa.
Tinin service out. auto service back.
Lunch. 'Cash prizes. -
Sevmour Jones, renresentative elact
from Marion county and one of tho
five candidates for speaker of the
house, was in Portland yesterday just
I looking around. Witn Mr. Jones were
tlf) other four c(lniijaates who were
alsQ iookjng arollnd, and taking a
.; cnanw on a little fence building. Mr.
Jones fp0i9 pretty safe as he feels that
ailea(iy ,ho has enough of the 00 votes
'pledged. However, as political life is
triflo lutCCTtain he is out looking
ovef p089i),ie wcak ,rpos. It seems the
.'Multnomah delegation is badly divided
leud for this reason the five candidal
lr the speakership are keeping close
tab on tho iblg city iciiows.
Relax and rest in the dental chair.
Br. Hartley fills and extracts teeth
without ipain and corrects diseased
gums. Mooro bldg. Phone 1H.
The Elks dance to h given on tr.e
evening of Tuesday. Dec. 3, will be an
. , , ... m , tf.irmiitlbn is
iriven for the special ''bonef it of some
of the boys who hapron to be short on
dress suits yet were planning on at
tending, but didn't wnnt to go if the
other boys come donned in spike tails .
tf, aiid Mrs. J. M. Garrison will have
ns guests over Thanksgiving their
daughter and husband, Air. and Mrs. E,
S. Huckabav of Portland, accompanied
by their children Marjorie and Dor
othy. They will come ty motor.
A drug store is a pretty difficult
proposition to cIobo up but the drug
gists will break the record tomorrow
B3 they have all agreed to close at 6
o'clock in the eveuing. This includes
Dr. H. C- Epley went to Portland this
morning on the early Oregon Electric.
Major Francis Drake of the Oregon
National Guard is in the city from
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hamilton went
to Portland this afternoon to spend
Miss Laura McGee of the eounty
clerk's office went to Portland this
to spend Thanksgiving with
A. M. Blinston left today over the
Oregon Electrie for Reygate, Montana.
Earl Jones went to Kennewick,
Washington, yesterday. -
OTJEN.To Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Otjen,
of 205 North 23d street, Nov. 27, 1918
She has been named Elizabeth Anna.
every one. There are no holdouts this
time. It is unanimous.
A marriage license was granted yes
terday to Arthur B. Hale, a farmer of
Independence and Miss Addio rat
tcrson, a school teacher of Salem. Thoy
will be married Thanksgiving-
Officers attending training school at
Camp Pike, near Little Rock, Ark., with
the exception of a few who will remain
to secure a commission for the reserve,
will leave for their homes next Satur
day. Fred E. Maneis, is. one of the
Salem men who will bid good by to
that part of cotton land. Before re
turning Mr. Mangis will go on a pos
sum hunt. Every man who spends any
time in the south is supposed to go on
a possum hunt and then eat the pos
sum, cooked with sweet potatoes and all
swimming in possum gravy.
" Lloyd W. Ivie is mentioned in today's
casualty list as severely wounded. Ho
is tho son of Mrs. Mae Ivey, pro
prietor of the Capital hotel, State and
Commercial streets. He enlisted in tho
engineers April 2, 1916 and was sent
to Vancouver barracks for eight
months' training. Then he was order
ed to Camp Green, where he remained
four months, rle sailed ior Trance in
April 1917. Qn Nov. 19 his mother ro
been severely wounded on August 5.
ceived a cablegram stating that he had
She has a letter from nun dated act
16. saving he was well and that ho had
been detailed as an escort for German
prisoners. After he was wounded, he
was sent to tho hospital at Nantes,
''-','.'.'. . r
The undersigned auctioneer has re
ceived instructions from Alice M. Good-
ell, administratrix of the estate of A.
G. Dalrymple, tosell same at public
auction at the farm of the deceased at
Macleay, Oregon, Friday, November, 29
at 1. p. m.
ALICE M. GOODELL, Administratrix
CLOSING OUT )
CLEARWATER BROS.' BARN
SAT. NOV. 30, 19 A.M. SHARP
10 tons bailed hay; i tqns straw; 16
sacks potatoes; 1 set heavy breeching
harness; 10 second hand horse collars;
8 new collars; 3 2-ton wagon jacks; 2
buggy tongues; hay forks, rope and
pulleys; 1 doublo harpoon hay fork; 2
singlo harpoon hay forkB; 1 2-ton ex
press wagon; 1 s.teel wheelbarrow; 1
new set 34 I 4 auto chains; 1
good stock sadillo; 1 office desk;
3 office chairs; 1 work bench;
forks, shovels, chnius; automobile
bumper and other articles too numer
ous to mention.
CLEARWATER BROS, Owners.
Note I will hold a sale of high class
Household Furniture at my Auction
Market in 'the afternoon, 1:30. Be on
Phone 510 or 511
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
DOES YOUR EYEGLASS FRAME OR MOUNTING FIT
Toy need rwoii.?
if ijou need 'Glasses4
DR. A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
204-5 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Household gooda, harness, wagons, tools,
ranges, heaters, cook stoves, farm ma
chinery, etc. I pay cash or will sell
on commission from stock sales con
ducted anywhere. Phone 510 or 511
Woodry, the Auctioneer.
Foot Specialist 1 -'
COENS, BUNIONS, INGEOWING
TOE NAILS BEHOVED
wVjiout Blood or Pain or Causing
Soreness or Other Inconvenience.
Chilblains and All Diseases of tho Feet
Special Attention to Antiseptics there
by r revenung inieciion.
Appointments by Phone.
518 V. 8. Nat. Bank Bid.
Phone 418. Salem. Ore.
. care of
Yick So Tcng
Chinese Medicine utd Tea Ce,
Hat medicine whiek will tut
any known diaeaee.
Opn Sundays from 10 a,
until 8 p. in.
153 South High Bt.
Salem, Oregon. Pkom SSI
JOURNAL VANT ADS PAY
Coats, $16.75 And Up
Suits $12.90 And Up
Dresses $9.90 And Up
Is it optically cor
rect? Right lenses and
wrong frame do not
Yet us put your len
ses in- a. new Shell tax
frame or mounting.
Be up to date and be
WHEN IN SALEM, OBEGON
"a Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1 per Day
100 Booms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Business District
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and give 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 and junk.
Get my Prices Before
THE CAPITAL JONK CO.
The Square D jal House
271 Chemekc ta Street
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY