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,bc Daito Rwtfd Journal
SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919.
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if YOU SHOULD LOOK OVER OUR NEW 1 ;: All A J Tw. 1
I n TUT f TC3 (O j 1 Ail Around I own j
We have them in up to the minute styles, and of the best quality, colors, and
shapes to be gotten. you will find that we can fit all feet as they should be,
as we have all lasts from the narrowest to the widest. We here mention just
a few numbers 'of ladies' shoes to give you an idea of how reasonable our
Grey kid vamp with
grey cloth top, mili
tary heel with rubber
tip, Goodyear welt
sole, imitation tip,
Black kid vamp with grey cloth top,
button, welt sole, military rubber tip
ped heel. Good pointed toe. ' This is
a shoe many will like $3.90
Black Kid with either French or mil
itary heels, Goodyear welt sole, imi
tation tip. This is as serviceable,
comfortable and dressy a shoe as
you will find $6.90
April 20. Pastor Buaday.
April 27 Hunane Sunday.
May 3 Celebration at Cham
poeg, 7tith. anniversary.
May 3 Last ajr oa which,
to register for special election
May 23 Junior week end,
May 19 23 L O. O. F. Grand
June 3 Special state election.
BLACK KID OXFORD
It has a good sensible
dressy toe, with imitation
tip, welt sole, 1 1-4-inch
rubber tipped heel....$3.50
Oil . ' f:: 'w-
"EIP AND STITCH"
deal of their time away from business.
"If you Trill think about this matteri
and cooperate wiin them by having
your copy ready when they fail for the
sieeial ads and "if" vou will see that
the paiH'rs 4r,sert the following words:
(buy victory bonds) somewhere tn er-
ery advertisement you give for the j
next week, it will greatly as-ist the i
committee and help materially in put- j
tine over the quota assigned to Marion '
CASD OF THANKS
Vie wish to tbauk the manv friends
and neighbors far their kindness, sym-j
pathy and beautiful fiorul idtcej sent
.1, 1.1. K...AnvumAt in tha '
loss of our dear mother U. A. Clnrk
! II H I
BROWN KID OXFORDS
Military heel, welt sole, wing tip. A
dandy at $5.23
BLACK KID PUMPS.
French or Military Heels
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
! Co. tor quick service, tf
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Commerce building, rooms 407 8. tf
WE HANDLE THE
SHOES FOR GROWING BOYS AND GIRLS
THEY HAVE GENUINE FLEXIBLE WELT SOLES THAT ARE THE
NATURE SHAPE. THESE ARE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL, LONGEST
WEARING AND EASIEST SHOE MADE FOR CHILDREN
Wo buy liberty bonds. 811 Masonic non 19 service
Tha Epa Sunday chicken dinner is
very popular, have you tried itt Serv
ed from 5 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Bible teacher and missionary coming.
The Kev. H. M. Shuman, superintend
ent of the Christian and Missionary
Alliance in the central states, and the
Kev. F. A. Christuphersoa, for -
years missionary in China, who are
among the shakers at the annual con
vention of the alliance in Portland.
April 3kh to 20th. will visit Salem.
On Tuesday, April 15, at 8 p. ni Kev.
Mr. Christ opUerson, who is a very in
teresting shaker, will give an ad
dress on "Life nnd Work in China";
speaking at the Center Street Method
ist church. On Wednesday evening at
S o'clock Rev. Mr. Shuninn will seak
at the same place. Subject will be an
nounced at the Tuesday evening ser-
: ... . i mi -.I-..
vice. lie will iuso speait on iuua;
afternoon at 2: 13 o'clock but the place
of meeting and subject will be an
nounced later. AM verv cordially wel
come to these meetings. Center Street
Methodist church, corner 13th and Cen
ter. Dr. B. r. Pound announces reopen
ing of his dental office .Mb. floor I'.
S. Rational Bank bldg. Phone H9.
Dance tonight at armory. Gentlemen
73c i ludies 10c.
Salem dentist returns. Captain (Dr.)
II. V. Pound, one of Salem's well
known dentist, 1ms returned to reop
en his dental office after twenty
in the army, he was
7 ? rr
Although 1751 ptltion bare been! to W. O. Kcnzler 23. a student of
presented to the county ci urt asking ''"'"and and Agulha Jbo wi., 2i of
that the good road bonding "imposition
be submitted to the
or a vote,
Mt. Angel. The wedding Ht Mt, Angel
will be on April 1V.
Another of the old land niarks in the
it is the intention of those deeply in
terested in iiood roads tn file tietifimia
with about &H0 more name, in order avof frame building is disappearing
that no legul question can be ever rais- It.idnv. This time it i the old black
ed s to the names of those who s gn-j smith shop and huilcling formerly uecu
td the petition. In order to defray the pied by a second liau.t more at Clio
expenses of jreiriug the legal pam- mekita and North Ceuiinercinl streets,
phlet and in mailing same, each pre-.opposite the Y. M. C. A. The prop
einet in the county will he asked to'erty is owned by Reuben !'. lloise.
eontrihute, in pnnorlion to its vote. The Standard Oil company will place
Jt etisls money to print iH.nutl iiamph- on the lot one of its modern filling
lets, buy ltnH) envelopes and the
same number of stamps, all of which
must b done, to bring before the peo
ple the full details of the bonding prop
The many friends of Mrs. Warren
Hunt, who appreciate her musicianship
csition. llence voluntary contributions ; will be pleased to know that she has
w ill be asked and each precinct will accepted the -position of orgunist at the
tie assigned its quota. I Oregon theater. With the playing of
o Mrs, Hunt and the ifine organ te the-
F JiBKtlag UO&St was Issued yenter-'aier has installed, the music loving
day to i, rge Wesley Hastings, 3, a, public is now assured of music that
wool carder of Salem and Kate V, i will be in harmony with the ideas 2
C'hamley, of slem rural routo 5. Also grated on the screen.
g nr:n 2-m. x r 11 0
I Transfer Company
171 S. High Street
2.50 Ash Street
Fhone Broadway 454
I L.M.HUM I
Yick So Tocg
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo.
lias medicine which will cure
- any known disease.
Open Suudayi from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. n..
153 (South Hi-h 81.
Salem, Oregon Phone 2SX
The condition of Elbert Thompson,
who was operated on for nbeoss of the
brain at the Deaconess hospital, is re
garded todav as extremely serious. He
has been unconscious for several days
and the best that run be said is that
lie has a fighting chance.
"The best" Is an yon can do when
death couies. Call Webb ft Clough Co
Phone 120. tf
Dr. O. B. O'Neill, optonietrist-optl-
cian, has resumed his practice over
Lndd & Bush bank bldg. Office hours
0 to 5 p. m. Sundays by appointment.
Phone 625. 5 1
The big tank that is to visit Salem
next Wednesday morning must be fed.
A. telegram was received by liberty
loan headquarters a follows: "Tank
must have as daily diet, empty houses
and halls to demolish, and trenches not
over ten'Toet eleep to en ss. A1h trees
to eliminate." The tank is no little
whippet but a genuino big one nnd the
committee in charge "of the liberty
loan here is now up against the propo
sition of preparing a genuine demon
stration of what a big tank can do
Hheti it gets into action and is looking
for some hard work.
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
man, with over 35 years experience,
at nir office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den
tist, 302 U. 8. Xat. Bank bldg. tf
"The Funeral BeauUtuL" Webb It
WE ARE NOV, READY TO
TAKE CARE OF YOUR
AT 379 STATE EREET
WELCH ELECRIO OO.
A suggestion. Be sure to ask Hoover
sweeper users of Salem what actual
experience hivs taught them, before
you buy an electric sweeper; sold on
"eay terms. Wm. Oah!sdorff the store
of housewares. 4 12
Save engine trouble and gasoline.
"Motorlifc" is an oil to put in your
gasoline and will oil vour piston and
piston rings perfectly. Kevere tires;
j Clark's tire house, 310 N. Commercial
Ours is the only line of auto freight trucks operating
between here and Portland. We also make
DALLAS, MONMOUTH, INDEPENDENCE,
If you aare siy junk or sec
ond band goodu of any kind see
271 CtnemekeU 81
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Get your copy ready. It seems to be
the concensus of opinion nn'ong the
members of the executive committee
for the victory loan that an (xtensive
campaign of education must be ged
by the advertising committee in order
that the people of frion county may
frilly realize the importance of putting
over this loan. The only way this can
be accomplished is for the bankers,
professional and business men of Sa
lem to take sptcial advertising stjce
in the local papers. The advertising
committee for Salem consists of .1. V.
Hut. hason. chairman; t". O. Shipley,
C. H. Clancv and William Metiilchrist
(Jr. i'ut these men to secure the adver-
tising necessary will reuiro a great
stationed at Cnmp Lewis all of his
length of service nnd since December
last has been in charge of all dental
activities in the camp, being known as
camp dentnl surgeon. Dr. l'emid will
.-ptstnhlish his otfbe on the oth floor
l'.. S. National bank building.
The Sp.v Sunday chicken dinner Is
very popular, have you tried it f Serv
ed from 5 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Candidates for the varsity base ball
team were out in suits yesterday af
ternoon for the first practice this year.
About twenty men reported to Coach
Mathews and several mure will he out
the first of the week. As yet it is too
earlv to announce more than a tenta
tive schedule but there will be games
with Chemana McMinnville college
433 Union Slreet-1:30 p. m. Sharp
Tuesday, April 15
Consisting of 1 Toledo 8-ho!e Range with water coil, extra good;
1 large air tight Heater, like new; 1 2-burner Perfection Oil Stove; 1
Perfection Oil Heater; I CongoKiun Rug 9x12; 1 Axininster Rug, OxVS,
floral design; 3 Ingrain Carpets; 1 Kitchen Linoleum: 1 White drop
head Sewing Machine, like new; 1 Oak Davenport bed, like new; 1
square oak ltf-t. .Extension Table; 1 Fir Library Table; 1 Combination
Oak Bookease anil Writing Desk; 1 waxed oak leather seated Rocker;
2 Cane Rockers; 1 Magazine Rack; 1 8-day Clock; 1 Linoleum. t'5
good; 1 Bee Klectrie Carpet Sweeper; 1 Fir Library Table; 1 Fir Press
er; 1 Fir Stand Table; I Stair Carpet; 1 Sewing Rocker; 1 Oak Foot
stool; 1 Pair l'ortiers; 1 good Washing Machine and Wringer; 1 Baby's
Bath Tub; 30 ft. Garden Dose; 1 Patent Ironinp Board, new; 1 2-inch
Post Brass Bed, Steel Spring and Silk Floss Mattress; 3 White Enamel
Beds. Springs and Mattresses; 5 Dining Chairs; 1 High Chair: 1 Jardi
nere and riant; I Plate Class Mirror, 2x3 ft.; 1 White Enamel Kirehen
Table; 10 'Electric Light Globes- 10 doz. Fruit Jars; some Wood, Scythe
Hoe, Sprinkler, Stone Jars, Sad Irons, Cobbler Outfit, 5 gal. Oil Can,
2 Window Screens, 2 Shovels. Broom, Meat Chopper, Jelly Glasses
Alarm Clocks, K. Utensils, Dishes, Window Blinds, and Many Other
Things. Don't miss this Sale if you nre wanting anything. Everything
goes to the hiehest bidder.
F. N. WOODRY,
Phone 510 or 511
433 Union Street
Note: Wcodry buys anything for cash or will sell for ycu
ERIXON & JONES, General Contractors
201 Masonic Building. Phone 1216 R
"Bu lding In All Its Branches
Tonight dance at Querry's hall,
mi lt'S soiithj new floor; best music.
Phonograph records, wre sell the Vic
tor, the Columbia and. Edison liono-1
graph records. Geo. C. Will. j
Patton Plumbing company are now .
able to take care of your plumbing
wants in their new location 220 N.
Commercial street. Phone 106S. tf
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Tenrilliger, grnd-'
uate morticians nnd funeral directors,
7TD Chemelieta St. Phone 721,
There is something of a talkfest in
First Class and TJp-to-Date la
Treatment Extended to Everyone
252 N. HIGH STREET
every respect, and Courteous
and probably a game or two with tne(- . reoresctatives
state nenitentiarv team. Prospects are
good for a strong team, if Coach Ma
thews can find a new ipitehcr or de
velop one from 4he lust year's '"'11
tight of the nine letter men of last
venr are back in school this year. They
are Dimiek and Medler. catchers; Ol
son shortstop; McKittrick, first base;
Dnniels, second base; Spiess, third base
Storey, Wapato are outfielders.
Live Easter rabbits 50c each.
Live Easter chicks 2i'c each.
I'iuee your order now at
.144 State St. Phone 4d0.
Tlcar tbe new orchestra at the dance
at armory tonight.
Recant les. Fleming Realty Co. are
as follows, n S renin bungalow to J.
.1. King in south Salem. A tract in
the Corn forth Fruit farms for L.
Sampter. A 6 room cottage North Com
mercial street for W. A. Lawson, and
a 10 acre tract to Aufranc. on the pen
road. On three other deals papers are
in process of making.
of the V. W. C. A. in animated dis
cussion of matters that pertain to that
organization. A conference was held
in Ijitoii hall this morning, puticipat
ed in by nine cabinet members, repre
senting that many institutions in the
itn'o. The visitors were entertained
at an informal luncheon this nnnn. Fur
ther conferences filled up a portion
of the afternoon, to be followed by an
elaborate- bnuipiet in the basement of
the First "Methodist church. This eve
ning there will be an open meeting at
n icr nan at wnicn nu.irossc, win DO(lf 1)(1M0i,iy (mlmimi
111 "v prominent speasers. Ainng w, ,;l1, Temolar. Mr.
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON
"a Home Away from Home."
Strktlv Modern $1 per Day
100 Kooins of Solid Coffer.
Only Hotel in Business District
, ll',lit li,
with the verv helpful discussion" there1
as part of the E.ister services
y No. 5,
uown as one of the most eloouent
s an accompaniment oi eni.ivanie so- .,,-i...,r. : ,i, ., ,,,t m.,,,,1,,,.. r,t
''ml"ll,-v' the DeMolay Commandery were great-
0 j Iv plcafd this morning to receive a
Kuighta of Columbus will assemble-telegram in which Mr. Voungson se
nt St. Joseph's hall tomorrow morn-! routed the invitation to attend the
ing at :') to attend church in a body
Ity order Grand Knight.
Tour grocer should have your order
for Hi l-inn llot ' ross Duns before
There Is no accounting for judges.
Probablr the noron. enarpca witn me;,,,.,. , Mr((
responsibility of deciding the Knl,!!Shop, 12. X. High
medal Contest at Eugene last night j (
were simewhat dazzled by the foren-1
sic scintillations that followed ene an
other in iiiiick saccession at the I'ni
versitv of Oiegon. Whatever the con
ditions were. Salem's representative
Miss Plorence Shirley who has made
a most excellent showing on the plat
form here failed to convince or con
vict the lodge, at Eugene. The gold
medal went to John J. Canoles. repre-j
senting Albwny college. Miss Kamnna
Stover of the Eugene Bible university.
Faster services here and address tho
Commandery .1 lie has just returned
The larger canals of Yakima valley
,'ay. report that they are ready to give tho
farmers service at any point in the sys-
New Easter millinery is arriving er- tem.
'Rex" is the best paste to nse In
applying "Walfelt." Huron's, Com
We sell wall tint. Buren's, Com. St.
Prominent Resident Certifies to Cure by
Dr. C. 8. Stone of Salem.
Salem, Oregon, June 3, 191 "i.
To Whom It May Concern:
ror one yenr or more I was troubled
7.ir.c. Phnne 741 M.
n We buy produce of all kinds and with our trauspor-
l tation facilities we are able to pay the highest cash
j prices. Order your freight routed our way. Sell
! your eggs, dressed meats, poultry, etc, to us.
2ND HAND GOODS
Highest (ash Price Paid
337 Court St. Pioae 493
'OURflAL WAST ADS PAY i
The War Is Over But Not Paid For
The debt we owe for money used to finish the
job is a debt of honorand should be cheerfully and
The Victory Loan campaign begins April 21st
Buy to the limit
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J. H. Albeit, President ; . JJos. H. Albert, Cashier
To frame a beautiful photograph nn-
beeomingly is unpardonable, don 't do
it. Come to Buren's, Com. St.
I aneei musr& popular and classic
i ..!..... n,...:- ln.. k.. Ar..L-:..i.... - .
. , , .!., j Ker. 1 tut- .iriiFi'v un'ii siin a cancer on my nose, i iuuv rem-
nsrds of Pacific 'universi.v. ranked (n,ur? 10e f,li,lon'' (i,,' Will. bed it wa, constantly getting worse and
.. " 0 atter duly considering the dangers f
. James-Stewart, who so ably repre- ,.ttneer I concluded to go under tlio
Cheapest on trunks, let ns prove it '?'ca Wnlor ,0,"n,y the las lfS-' treatment of Dr. C. a Stone of Salem,
Bu. CommeVeUrSt t"'?'""; to member, of the 0re,on. The doctor gave me a liuuid
Buren s, (.ommerual j.lem Oommercal club at the Monday to am,y ,,irected for serera. uv,
8MissL.E. Ooodhuaatasi Soutl, "Tl J'ZT m'm " !l,on f tim ui,1,n,,",t nd !v .
17th St. for sib-riptions to all mag-i,. . ' " . . " . '" ,icw uays xiifl cancer came out and heat-
, , . ." i. ,. c" nceiy and has given me no mora
house of representative, who could com troub!e j cheerfullv recommend Jr.
IV )tS H, . lf Su,n- and h treatment. My home is
at any time, lie alwavs had something ,,.,. , -
to sav that wa, interesting and then "" 0n rou,e "
on top of it all there was a vein of . (fiffned) J. H. KLASSEY.
humor in hi talks that alwavs left I 'H be pleased to refer you to many
the house in good humor. Mesibers of ,n'n,'r people whom I have recent y
in? nouse a:i conceuea mat it wns a
!rdeanre to hear Mr. Stewart talk. To
tell the story of the boys in -France.
Lieut. Louis H. )mpton has also ac
cepted an invitation to talk to members-
of the Commercial club Monday
William Wallace Toungson. grand
prelate of the erand encann.ment
! Knight, Templars of the I'nited States
I ! will deliver an address Snndnv after-
bjou April 20, at the Firs'. Methodist
cured of cancer.
S. C STONE. M. D.
Consultation and Advice Free.
(Stone's Drug Store)
ZU North Commercial Street,