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THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1919.
ALWAYS APPRECIATE THE FACT THAT THE
J. C. PENNEY & CO.
ENABLES THEM TO SUPPLY THEIR WANTS IN
AT PRICES THAT. MEAN A GREAT SAVING TO THEM, AT THE SAME
TIME GETTING UP TO DATE MERCHANDISE OF THE BEST QUALITY
MEN J BOYS
"Will be glad to see the following: Can always have their wants sup-
pliednote the following
Athletic Union Suite Athletic Onion Smts
Of good quality striped and checked 0f checked Nainsook fine me6h
Nainsook- and Egyptian Mesh fr ftni 7q.
79c, 89c, $1.19 and $1.49 wcanqjyc
Men's B. V. D.'s. $1.39
, - And sport blouses that please at
Dress Shirts - 59c and 69c
With and Without Collars of good ;
quality, Percale, Madras and Soisette Play SsitS
98c, $1.25 and $1.49 of best materials in blue, khaki, drab
and blue stripe
Work Shirts 98cand$1-25
Of Chambray, Khaki and Satine n-0
- 79c, 98c, $1.49 and $1.69 2 for 25c; fc and 49c
Men's Suits Boy Suits
To see and feel our suits will convince We will always fit the boy out with a
you of the unusually good values. nifty suit. We have them from
$17.50 to $32.50 .t $4.98 to $11.50
NOWHERE ELSE CAN YOU GET SUCH GOOD VALUES IN THIS IM
PORTANT LINE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS AS WE GIVE
We will pay full value for
Liberty Bond In trade.
PEOPLE'S CASH BTORB
186-194 North Commercial St,
j Canceled j
555 Center Street
W. I. EIGDON ft CO.
53 NurlU lligu Street
TerticuWr work for particu-
Auto delivery 1272 Stato St.
Phone 1084 8 29
DR. C. B. O'NEILL
Complete Grinding riant on the Premises
Bush Bank Bldg. rhone 625
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VIA
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling; Only
I'houe 352 Res. rhone 13II2W
E. W. BALLANTYNE
VIA NO TUN Kit
Playera a Hpoclalty
With Ohorrington 1'iano House, 421
Court Wt., Salem, Oregon
Ykk So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo.
Haa medicine which will ear
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. m,
until 8 p. m.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon 1'hune 28V
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
379 State St
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Dr. L. R. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Ouurt and Liberty.
Phone 114. tf
Eramett ft White will ship fat hogs
and slock hogs and Cattle Saturday,
May 10. Phone mrM. 6-8
A telegram waa received this morn
ing by tioorgo Kouscher, 123 North
Church afreet, from his eon Corporal
tleorgo M. Kouscher, who had arriv
ed in Now York. He ie now at Camp
Mills and wires that he hopes to soon
be in ttnlem.
Orange dance at Macleay Saturday
night. Good music. Good lunch. 50
rents. 5 8
Wanted 1800 on gilt edge securi
ties. J II care Journal.
A CRACKER JACK BUT
A nice 5 acre tract set to strawber
ries, loganberries, hh acre in garden,
house, barn and good well on place.
I WW. Address Owner 326 care Jour
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
If you have any Junh, Hides,
Rubber, Metal, Machinery or
Old Autos or Parts of Autos
We pay highest ceh prices and
guarantee satisfaction to ev
eryone. Don't make a mita!(0.
AUTO WRECKING CO.
326 N. COM! ST.
WHEN EN BALEM, OREGON
"A Home Away from Home."
Btrtetly Modern l per Day
100 Booms of Solid Coffort
Only Hole, I in Business District
All Around Town
Tonight Operetta and play
at Hifh School Auditorium.
M&y 10 Saturday Bicycle
May 11 Sunday : Mother's
May 14 Monthly meeting
members Commercial Club.
May 14 "Our Sodlior Girle"
at Opera Bouse.
May 14 Oregon State School
for theBlind program at High
May 193 L 0. O. F. Grand
May 30 Memorial Day.
June 3 Special state elee-
June 8 Appollo Concert,
"The best" la an you can do when
death comes. Call Webb ft Clough Oo.
Phone 120. tf
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
Co. for quick service. tf
Dr. L. E, Springer dentist. Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114. ti
Prion on fish lowers Ling cod or
sod cod sliced, 15c. Whole fish 12c
a pound. Fin Market. tf
The Willamette Valley Transfer
company has discontinued buying eggs
or any produce of any kind, Manager
lice said today. As to tho rumor that
his company was buying eggs and sell
ing them to Portland dealers Mr. Lee
said thero was no truth in the rumors.
His company, ho said, is in the trans
portation business only and is giving
its attention solely to this business.
Mr. Lee also said that his drivers had
all 'been instructed to carefully fol
low tho rule of the road and keep to
tho right when passing thoso going in
the opposite direction.
Wo buy liberty bono. 314 Masonic
Warner's corsets are really better,
$1.50 up. Galo & Co, Commercial and
Court streets, tf
I buy Junk of all kinds, rags and
bottles, metal, iron, broken down autos
and parts of autos. Give us a triul.
Steinbeck Junk Co. 326 N. Com. 8t.
Phono 305. tf
For the meeting of members of the
Commercial club next Monday noon at
the Marion hotel, the program will be
somewhnt different. AU this will be
arranged by llul 1). Tatton und J. U.
Linn who have been appointed a com
mittee to provide something different.
So this tinio the invitations are for the
special grouches who continually harp
Uibout the Commercial club doing noth
ing. Tho mnn who is well pleased with
everything ami thinks business good
and the Commercial club all right will
not be so welcome as the man who lias
a kick on everything. It will bo the
duty of Mr. Patton and Mr. Linn to
especially invite members who carry a
grouch handy nt all times and especial
ly those who might have some origin ul
ideas as to how things could be im
proved. Dr B. F. Pound, Just returned from
! service, announce reopening or nis
dental office fith floor U. 8. National
I bank bldg. Phono lfi9. 511
"The Funeral Beautiful." Webb ft
donga Co. tf
NottceBy mutual agreement the lo
cal dental offices will close at noon
on Saturdays during the months ot
May, June, July, August and Septem
Babies are greatly In demand. Judg
ing from the number of calls received
bv the nolice station and thf- county
court and even the office of the eonn-
ty clerk. The demand suddenly sprung
up when the story was rend of the at
tractive' little girl that had been atmn
Idoned Wednesday morning. And the
Isame was true when the baby was left
in the city public library several
! months ago. In -both instances there
have been numerous families who have
i made application to legally adopt the
Special meeting of Salem
lodge No. 4 A. F. ft A. M.
this evening. Work in the E.
A. degree. Visiting brethren
Motor robes special 113.50 Tallies
for 10.85; 12.50 values HI; lO
values $. 50; 0.50 values S.Sj. Ham
Dance Saturday night M, B. A. hall
near Chemawa. Good four piece or
chestra. Auto leave Masonic Temple
The flnl petitions hare been signed
for placing the vlo.wfl road bond is
ue on the Fallot, with a hundred or
wort to spare, iow all that is cecct-
sary to bring it legally before the pco-
pie June 3 is to have the measure plae-
ed oa the ballot and pamphlets pre-
.pared with arguments both for and
against the proposed measure. . Ac-
cor. ling to law, there must be placed on !
!the ballot the location of the roads to j
. be paved and the amounts to be ex-
Artificial tee to, nave expert plate
man, wit over 35 years eipeneeee,
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den'
tist, 302 U. 8. Nat Bask bldg. tf
H. Kennedy is back at The City
Cleaning works, 1261 6tate St. Phone
703. ' tf
Dr. Carl E. Miller has opened his
dental office at 510 511 V. 8. bank
bldg. Thone 341. tf
A band of wandering gypsies were
given a warm welcome yesterday just
on the outskirts of town. They were
met by a welcoming committee but this
time it happened that the committee
consisted of some of the police foree.
The welcome was in the way of in
structing the gypsies to just pass on
through the city and not stop. And
that if they did stop and were found
within the city limits, they would be
arrested as vagrants. The invitation
was accepted and they passed beyond.
The experience of the city with these
fortune telling gypsiee has not been
very satisfactory . Henco tho welcom
ing committee, and instructions about
Dr. Utter, dentist, has returned af
ter devoting a few days Sn Portland
with Dr. Fiiott, doing special X-ray
Watch this paper for our ad Friday,
No-Vary Orocers. 383 Court St. Phone
Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Commerce building, rooms 407-8. tf
Patton Plumbing company are now
able to take care of your plumbing
wants Sn their new location 220 N.
Commercial street. Phone 1MJ8. tf
At the last meeting of the city coun
cil, tho city fathers voted that Chief
of Police Vuriiev should dismiss one
of his men as the council thought the
city did not need tho present force
and a nextra speed cop in addition.
Now. nfter looking up the law, it has
been found out that tho chief cannot
engage men nor can he dismiss them.
That is tho special perngntive of the
council. Dr. TP. L. Vtter, chairman of
the health nnd police committee of the
Council, is of the opinion that if there
is any dismissing to be done, tho coun
cil will have to do it. Hence the mat
ter of tho police force stands just as
it is and tho police force will not be
Motor robes special $13.50 values
for 10.85; 12.50 values lO; $10
values $8.50; O.SO ralucs 5.23. Ham
Oat mel papers and others that
arc even bettor, for less. Buren's, Com
The little girl baby who was aban
doned Wednesday morning will be well
taken care of. Yesterday sho was
placed in charge of Mrs. llattio M.
Jackson, juvenile officer at tho court
house, who will care for tho baby while
the police are making their investiga
tions, rt is understood that a dozen
or more applications have already been
received by the police nnd the county
court, all wanting to adopt the baby.
Tt is also understood that, should there
be found no clue ns to the parents of
tho babv, a certain family which is
amply able to care for the baby will
bo permitted to legally adopt her.
What does It? Many -living rooms
have appropriate settings but the dec
orative scheme is wrong. Go to Bur
en's today, Commercial street.
Decorative booing and layout schemes
for your assistance at Buren's Com'l
A few days ago a man who was
found drowned about 13 miles north of j
the city near Wheatland, was buried i
as an unknown, as there was nothing
in his possession to give a clue as to
his name or home. There was one
thing rather out of the regular order
and that was the shoes without hens
and the special instep riveted to the
shce. Yesterday C. B. Webb of Webb
and Clough, was taking a look again
at the shoes and decided to tear out
the peculiar instep. On tho inside he
found the name Chas. Sanborn with
other information that led him to ite
lieve the man was an escnpe from the
asylum. It later developed that the
man had been an inmate of the state
institution for the past 13 years and
that anme time last summer he had
escaped from the asylum farm.
Following tip the efforts of Secre
tary Compton and'Mr. Newmyer in
enlisting the rural centers of the conn
tv in Y. M. C. A. work, the meeting
of county and city representatives at
the auditorium yesterday afternoon
discussed all the details of the plans,
State Sceretarv I. B. Rhodes being the
pHneipal speaker. A committee of
three, composed of Supt. W, M.
Smith, Jos. Albert, Wm. Oahlsdorf,
Or. F. E. Brown and Henry Ycnng of
Macleay, was delegated to take charge
of the work, being authorized to name
as many community representatives as
thev considered necessary to work
with them. At fl o'clock a luncheon
was served irl the auditorium, presid
ed over bv W. I. Stalev. Following
this Mr. Rhode delivered a short ad
dress in which he went into details Of
tho work of the association in gener
al, calling special attention to what it
has accomplished during the war per
iod. He expressed himself in a very
Men's heavy cotton work sox, pair - 13c
Men's flannel work shirts, each 93c
Men's Chanibray work shirts, each. 79c and 9Sc
Men's and Boys' Jersey Sweaters, each 69c
Ladies' Hose, pair - 19c
Ladies' Summer Vests, each 15c, 23c, 33c
Pepperell Sheeting Bleached 81 in. wide, yd 59c
Percales, 36 in. wide, yard -23c and 29c
, Hope Muslin, 36 in. wide, yd 19c
Fancy Outing Flannels, yd 19c
Indian Head, yard - 29c
Silk Poplins, 36 in. wide, all colors, yd $1.00
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts formerly Chicago Stort
We have opened a first class auto radiator repair
shop and are now ready to repair bent, twisted or
leaky radiators. We make them like new by the
factory method. No plugging of tubes or cells. Gas
tanks and fenders also repaired. See us before buy
ing new ones. -
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP
198 South 12th Street
aptiiuistie vein as to the results of
the non-cquipine-nt plan of work in the
county, provided the various commit
tees took an active interest in it; and
fully appreciated its possibilities.
Owing to conflicting attraction dates
in the city, the musical program which
wns to havo boon given by tho choir
of the Presbyterian church on Tuesday
evening, May 13th, has bwn changed
to Monday, May 12th, at 8 o'clock in
the church auditorium. Tho program,
which is mado up of solo, quartet and
chorus numbers, will bo one of the
most attractive ever presented. Tho
choir hns been enlarged by tho addi
tion of several new voices and is be
ing carefully drilled in extra rehears
als by the chorister, Miss Miller. There
will bo no salo of tickets for the eve
ning, but a silver offering will be tak
en at the door, tho proceeds to be used
in maintaining the church music. Ev
ery musie lover and every friend of
the Presbyterian church ehould plan
to reserve this date.
A building permit was taken out
this morning iLy Dr. F. II. Thompson
for the erection of a home at 325 Noth
Summer street, to cost tiOOO. This
valuable home property wag lately ac
quired by Dr. Thompson from the
Tho. county clerk of Umatilla county
hns written the secretary of attne that
a petition has been filed there by tho
oponents of senate bill 113 relating to
stock running at large in thf.t county
Corner Ferry and Liberty Streets.
SATURDAY. MAY 10. 1919.
Ih30 a. m. Sharp
5 good pigs from 40 to 80 lbs. each;! 3 1-4-in. Bain
wagon; 1 hack; 1 good top buggy; 1 double set driv
ing harness; horses, tools, etc. Any other things
which will be brought in for sale.
. BO p. m. Sharp
4 households of good furniture, ranges, fruit jars,
clocks, rugs, kitchen utensils, dishes, etc. Don't miss
this sale if you are in need of anything to furmsn
your home. Private sales daily.
NOTE:I have 1 new 2-wheel trailer and one 4
wheel trailer for private sale. Also 5 passenger
Maxwell auto in perfect condition. If you are in need
of anything tell your troubles to me. I buy and sell
everything. If I haven't got what you want I can
get'it for you. . ,--. -j ii
F. N. WOODRY, the auctioneer, Phone 510 or 511
maw - ' -
demanding that it be referred to the
people on Juno 3. He states that he hns
refused to place it upon the bullet nnd
tliat lie may be subjected to mandamus
T. D. Collins of Ookala, Hawaii,
makes n remarkable statement which
demonstrates the money-saving dura
bility of Neolin Soles.
He writes, "After wearing a pair of
Neolin-soled shoes off and on for
thirty-three months, 1 wore them on
a trip to the volcano of Kilauea and
walked around the crater over hot lava
&ix times and still the soles showed
only slight siens of wear."
This experience is not " accidental.
It results from the scientilic process
by which Neolin Soles are made to lie
exactly what soles should be com
fortable, waterproof and exceedingly
economical because of the long wear
Get them on new shoes for all mem
bers of the family and have them put
on, worn shoes. They are made by
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Com
rnny, Akron, Ohio, who also make
Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to out
wtar any other heels.
liua rt H. U. S. m. OS.