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SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919.
You W ant
ON EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEKD
Of course you do. Everyone is looking for the
place where his dollars will buy the most. A com
parison of the prices below will convince you where
lien's good solid mule-skin shoes $2.79
Men's best Elk shoes . $2.98
Boys' mule-skin shoes $1.59 to $1.89
Boys' Elk shoes $1.79 to $2.59
Men's heavy work shoes.... $2.98 to $5.90
Men's fine dress shoes $3.98 to $6.90
Men's Stiffel striped overalls and jumper. $1.19
Men's pay day overalls and jumper, the best
on the market $1.98
Work shirts, good long sleeves and tail ....98c to $1.69
Men's khaki work hats 49c to 59c
This is no special sale, just the way we sell merchan
dise 52 weeks in the year. Goods to be marked at
special prices must first be marked up. We use the
pencil but once and the first marking is always the
lowest Everyone buys at the same price.
All Around Town I
April 27 Human Sunday.
liy3 Celebration at Cham
po?z, Ttfta anmiertary .
May 3 La day c waiea
to rfitr for special election
Way 2 3 Junior week end,
May 19 23 L a O. F. Qraa4
June 3 ipeial state elee-tioa.
'TBS HEAKT Or HUMAOTTT'
7:15-9:00 P. M.
Artificial teeth, tare expert plat'
with ever 33 years ciperieae,
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beeehier, den
tist, 303 C. a Nat. Bank bldg. tf 1
E. H. Kennedy U back at The City j
("leaning wwrks, 1261 Stat St. Phone '
'seeond lieutenant. M. Odc'l Savage, f
of Sa'eai, was t'.et-ted as vice presi
dent, ar.J MLs Evelyn Gurdjn of A
tor secretary; B.-yaa AfcK:l?r;ck of
Wenatchee.' is treasurer; I'a J ix-ney,
of Na'.eau i. edttor of tie IVdieglaa,
and Ka'pa Thomas of Wer.at.hee man
H- , .. --ai-
J'son Im M. church, corner of
Winter and Jefferson street. Hear
Evangelist J. W. T.-y, the converted
Catholic. Sunday at 11 o "cluck on the
subject. The Victorious Life.
Used Car Bargains
ltfI6 MaiweU touring 475
1917 Maiwell touring v0
1917 MaiweU touring $495
1915 Studebeker 6. 7 passenger
uarain ror eo.D
1'ord Form-a truck $150
All ears overhauled and in good
shape. Oscar B. Gingrich. Motor k
Tire Co. 371 Court Bt. . " tf
Mr. aad Mrs. O. E. Terminer, grad
ual mortie an and f. literal directors.
770 Cheineketa ft. Fhon
j "The best" to an yon caa do vken
; death, come. Call Webb Cloura Co
I I'bone 120. tf
Tie Willamette Valley Transfer Co.
,hve found themselves ao cramped for
j apace a their present quarter on Hifc'h
j street that they have secured a lease
joa the 50x100 floor of the brick build
iif at the eorner of Ferry and High,
'now oecupied by the Oregon Garage
To. They will secure posesaioa July
list. This room will provide sjace for
ithe storage of trucki aa well aa the
j consignments of freight,
t Wanted To rent a fire or six room
j saodern house or bungnlow by perina
Jnent tenent. Phone 2l60 or "write F.
,0. box 62. tf
j Wanted To rent a five or six room
Phone 77 Oreeon Taxi and Tmiff I oern nouse or oungaiow ty perma
Co. for quick service.
iO. box 62.
Phone 2i00 or write F
Sea M-ss L. E. Goodhue at 251 8.
l.th St. for subscriptions to all
azmes. Phone 741M. Sat tf
Fran growers In the Liberty district
are not inclined to look seriously on
mo dangers troui the thrip pest, i. H.
Van Trump, county fruit inspector,
sid this morning. While a few grow
ers had sprayed, Mr. Van Trump said
none were spraying today. T!.e Oregon
Agricultural coll' ge authorities are
inclined to look upon the thrip as a
serious menace to the prune trees, but
to all other cropj elst-where. A meet
ing of the state board of horticulture
will be held next week to consider tiie
situation and to learn the exact condi
tions. There has been a disposition to
quarantine Marion county shipments
of nurstrv toek on ai-eount of the
thrips in the LiU'rtv district and this
side of the isue will be taken up at
the board of horticulture meeting.
Tonight dance at M. B. A. hall near
incmawa. The latest and 'test music.
Autos take Pacific highway as bridge
is out on lower road.
1,4G0,QC0 OF OUR BOYS
ARE STILL OVERSEAS
Thev must be fed, housed and clothed.
The government has only two methods of rais
ing the funds-borrowing, or increasing taxation.
Just now it is asking you to lend on its ictory
Notes. We recommend them as the best investment
you can make.
Subscribe through this bank today.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK '
J. H. Albert, President Jos. H. Albert, Cashier
Mav 19. Arrangement, are until-
for'holdiuir the i-arado Thurs!ay
11. It wiU oe led by the ( herrian
ti&nd and Cherrians fellowed immedi- ,
atelv by the Patriarchs militant, toe nrV'C ODftrD
uniformed order of )d Fellows. Tueu j J UUlLA
will follow the ladies auxiliaries, do- i . , , . ,
gree staff and Kebckah centennial The ease With WhlCtl J'OU Can
Price on fish lowers Unt aM or'
red cod sliced, 15c . Whole ftaa 13e 1
a pound. itt Market. ' U
Make your furniture brteg yoa more
money. iiione 510 or 511, Woodry the
i auctioneer. 4-26
lusmia . Kniirn W TT St.w .fc. , .
. r, - . - . v vv. jum-
"ter's department at the Bremerton
A. 0. Bohrnstedt returned yesterday ?'ry "''; ar".vcd. in.tthe cit-v od'
'.f,V,U:..!.h6ft1?. teir return to Bremerton from a visit
Uii- :'""":,!!' old home in Indianola. Iowa.
.j Tu.l A" r. Jy."" "7 "l''T. While in the eity they called upon
great i.. t. .i..:- . "
The evangollstlc serrlceg at the Ja
son Iee M. K. church are proving to
be a source of attraction and real in
terest to the people of North Ralem.
The attendance 1i increasing steadily
every night. Kneh meeting throbs with
wholesome optimism whi'h asmires
the enceesj of the entire campaign.
The chorus choir, under the leadership
ef J. W. Troy, the converted Catho
lic, is a grear factor in the meetings.
Mr. Trnye singing is of t'le hiticH
order and is greatly appreciated Ictf
all who hear him. Do not niiss tonights
meeting t 8 o'clock, and tomorrow at
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Mr. Troy will
apeak at hth service tomorrow. Eve
ning subject, "The Htory of My Life,
or from Catholocisin to Proteatnnt
ism." Dance at Moose nail tonight
lodge .No. SiJ A
this evening. Work in the E.
A. degree, isitiuir brethren
and that there is prospect of
fpnil . . L TL . .
ino. ,t..l ,r.."t .7 place of residence. Mr. Basler, wto
1" u.u?8.. ot Us formerly police judge in Grants
' Pass, has been stationed at Bremer-
.ton for about two years.
511i I will buy your used furniture and
S. National Bank b!dg. I'hone 169.
5 Carloads of Used Furniture, n
Will buy 1 piece or a household, f
Cut my price bvfote you sell. I Jf
fi buy for catdi. S
I F.N.W00DRY I
Q TIIE AUCTIONEER K
m Phone 610 or 611 rj
The Sunday chicken dinner served
from 5 to H p. m. at the Rpa is very
Hipuiar, nave you tried ill
The directors of the Salem Sympho
ny orchestra will hold a meeting neit
Tuesday evening at tho office of
Judge Benson, in the supreme court
l.uilding, for the purpese of discussing
important matters regarding the fu
ture ui luu organiicauon.
Dance at Moose ball tonight
The 8undy chicken dinner served
from 5 t H p. m. nt the Hpa is Tery
popular, hv you tried itt
Tonight dance at M. B. A. ball near
t'hemawa. The latest and diost music,
Autos take Pacific highway hh bridge
is out on lower road,
IIAVB your riwf repaired, cleaned and
tarred. Fur partiulnrs phono 144ii.
Dr. 0. B. O'Nuill oi'totnet.'lst-ODtl-
i - ih rt. has resumed his pr.n tiio over
Idd ft Bush twnk blirg. Office hours
'W to S p. m. Sundays by appointment.
I'houe 0-5. 51
' Dr. B. F. Pound announces reopen-
!ing of his dental office 5th floor I'.
Troy, the converted f'atholiff Sunday
at H p. m. on the subject "The hitorv
of My Life, or from Catholicism to
Dance at Moose hall tonight
TO THE PEOPLE OF AND
Dr. Mott office moved to Bank of
Commerce building, room 407 8. tf
Patton Plumbing company are now
able to take eare of your plumbing
wnnts in their new location, 220 N.
Commercial street. Phone 1568. tf
The annual freshman-sophomore par
ty of Wllaniette university was held
yesterday afternoon iu the form of a
picnic in B'ih's pasture, where a hi
Isrinus good time was staged, with the
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line of Junk or Seeondhand Goods ar.d event is smmosed In nis'rlc the elnse
Big furniture auction of new furni
ture at 6o3 North High fct. Tuesday
April 29. 1:30 p. m.
See Monday's paper for big auction
of household furniture at i53 X. High
St. Tues. April 29, 1:30 p. m.
i. Lodges from Stayton and UD vor neighbor Or
other p!aee in the eounty will be rep-' ,, r " . . ,
rescut'd. Fi.ts from the saiem and , talk to your friends many
other iodg.s will be a feature of the mes away, proves the ease
rjirade. Arrangements have been made , t . ,
for the lodges from Dallas. Silverton,, With Which J'OU Can tele-
HuMiard and Albany to be eai h rep-:pnone us an(J Jj.g an
resetited br six'cial floats. The highr . ... ,
hairman; W. A. Oununings. J. B. , gprvice We are WlllinP to aC-
icral anl -ay ' I . j v
(. hool cadets and nign senool oan i , uuuo ns vonj uvuicitu ivj
aiU also take part in the parade. Thcy0ur Jqq J onIy takes an
omnuttee in charge of the parade and, y , . . " T, ,
lecorat.ons consist of J. L. Waters, jinStant aS J'OU KnOW. It S a
I henowith, Klsie Simeral
cord you and a service you
Ivdll hp hitrhlv nlpaspd with
HUSBAND AND WIFE DROWN I .6f V.
in sTEiAMKEABWENDLiNGj You will find no dissatis-
1 faction m trading with us
do in a
JtrZfi ay any more than you
personal call. It
creek at Wendling, 20 miles up the Mc-
Kenzie from Eugene last night. '"""Vivoo nc nlpn;iirP
.v.n.hu MmniA wer fish- Riv es us pleasure
ing when Mrs. west slipped from the'you trade with us in either
v , vi.v -i . .:.; .l .,ll "
The funeral services of Mrs. Margar- j uaru ou ""."." iwaV.
. u . , . . lintn the water. Mr. West iilunced in.""J
after her and both were drowned. DDCWrD HDTir TA
West was niuht foreman at tho Wen-j IL U LlA iyliUu W.
tiling hill, having come from Butte, j j, 1Q,
Mont., recently. His body was recov- rilOne lo4
ered last night, but that of his wifi
ii yon nnte anytning to sell in the ' ,.. r.,,1 nf ni,.ni.
.....,..., . ,,, 1.u uu Bum of aM mtenlass rivalries and animosi
ties ,nut they may break out afresh
when the two groups meet on the bull
to cet the highest price for your goods,
men te sure and call
398 The Square Deal House.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa Street
I "T1A rniiinl DunUfnl
Clough Co. ,
Daiire at M'Xe hall tonight
1 e--s4-4e e-f4
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VIA
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
New shipment Warner's corsets $1.50
up. Gale it Co. Com. & Court 8ts. tf
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Co. 1
Has medi.ine ohi.'h will curs f
any known disease. J
Open Sundays from 10 a. m.
until 8 p. iu.
153 ISouth High fl. i
Salem, Oregon Phone 281! t j
O. W. Eyre will ship next Monday,
April 28. Call 220CM. 4 26
Dr. Carl E. Miller has opened bis
dental office at 510511 U. a. bank
bldg. Phone 341. tf
At a meeting of the Willamette stu
dent body yesterdny afternoon the fol
lowing officers .were elected for the
year lMltf-lOiil: K'diert Storey, a pop.
u'or junior, finin Wolf reek, will be
president. He returned in the middle
nt the year from a training camp in
the east. Ijist summer while nt the
et J. hmerv, who died at her home
four miles south of Salem, in the Lib
erty district, will be held Monday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel of
the Kigdon company. They will be
conducted by the Kev. Leland Porter,
pastor of the Kirst Christian church
and burial will be in the City View
Everything you want at the auction
Tuesday, 6"3 X. High St.
Office closed Office of Dr. O. L.
Seott, D. C, chiroprai-aor will be ..os
ed Mondav and Tuesday. 4 2
Dr. O. L. Scott, D. C, goes to Port
land Sunday where he expects io re
main until Tuesday evening.
Just one more weei to register for
the special, eliction June 3. Hereto
fore one mitflit register 15 davs before
has not as yet ben found.
A small son
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY i LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Nsw York, April 23. Liberty bonds
were toted here todav na follows:
3Vh, 98.82; first 4's, 1M.80; second
4's, U3.38: first 4'i V P'i.8: second
U'i's, P3..-.0J third 4'4's, Po.lti; fourth
WELCH ELECTEIC CO.
379 State St
Dr. C. B. O'NEILL
Bush Bank Bldg.
plant ond the premists
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON
"a Home Away front Home."
Strictly Modern II per Day
100 Rooms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Business District
a special election but the lust legisla- tt
tore changed the law making it 30 f l
lays. Afl that is necessary to register i Lj
is to go into the otfiee of the county i i
clerk and turn to the left. A few lead
ing questions will be asked, and it, is
all over. There is no question as to
age, just so one happens to be over 21
years. After 5 o'clock next Saturday
afternoon, it will be too late to regis
ter. Those who have not voted for two
years, or those who have moved out
of their voting precinct should regis
ter. Tonight Is the night when the four
companies of Oregon guard are offi
cially mustered out. The captains nave
suggested that each member wear his
civilian suit and bring alon,; nil his
other military equipment. The cap
tains will check out and s:gn the offi
cial discharges. No orders have Veen
received as yet for the mustering put
of the commissioned ottii'ers.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barnes and daugh
tcr, Miss Ruth, will leave Monday for
a viiit of six weeks in the cast. Mr.
Barnes will mix in a little luiness ns j
bo will visit the markets in Philndel- ;
phia, New York and Itoston. Thev will
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the Mammoth cavo in Kentucky, 1 1 J
The Rev. Frederics: Coan, who has
spent lunch of his life in Persia, will 1 r4
di liver an address Sunday evening at
s o'clock at the First Presbyterian
cliiin-h. He wns in tlie city recently
speaking for the Armenian Syrian r
lief. His talk for Sunday evening will
be on "New conditions in Armenia ' 1
and Syria. " i fe.
, Tomorrow members of the golf club
will play for the Watt Shipp trophy.
The following Sunday Kugeue players
will he here. It is thought that about
Pft of the best golfers front the univer- '
site citv will come to measure sticks
with the liest of the capital city. I
Local members of Chemeketa lodge
No. 1. T. . O. V.. are preparing for
a parade of more than average propnr-
Itions nt the meeting of the grand
iloilsre in Sali :n bcmnirg the week of
474 Court Street.
633 NORTH HIGH STREET
7 Rooms Furniture
Good as New
TUESDAY, APRIL 29TH 1 :30 P. M.
DON'T MISS THIS SALE IF YOU WANT ANY
THING FOR YOUR HOME. COMPLETE LIST
WILL BE IN MONDAY NIGHT'S PAPER.
EVEHTYHING GOES TO THE HIGHEST BID
DER. "COME ONE, COME ALL!"
Phone 510 or 511
4s r.(, .f 'V ; ?
April 28 to May 3
April 28 to May 3
THIS WEEK IS ESPECIALLY SET APART IJY THE MERCHANTS OF SALEM FOR THE PURPOSE OF FOCUSING THE ATTENTION OF THE PURCH SIT pith ip nv Ti,r ,n
VANTAGES OF "BUYING IN SALEMNOT ONLY THIS WEEK BUT ALL OF TIIE YEAR. WATCH THE VARIOUS STORES' ADVERTISEMENTS TOR iSPU IvZt
THIS SPACE IS USED BY THE MERCANTILE DEPARTMENT OF THE SALEM COMMERCIAL CLUB IN TIIE INTERSTS OF A
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