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MONDAY, SLAY 12, 1919.
i All Around iown j fffil
At a few of the
things we will
give you for
AND YOU CAN GET THEM ANY TIME YOU WANT THEM. WHEN
EVER IT IS CONVENIENT WITH YOU.
Women's Union Suits
Women's Fiber Silk Hose (Armor
Women's Voile Wakts
"Niagara Maid" Silk Gloves in black,
white, grey, pongee, taupe and
Boudoir Caps '
2 Bath Towels, heavy 22x44.
White Table Damask, per yard.
Mercerized Napkins, per dozen
Our business protv
ity has been demon
strated upon number
less occasions. We
conduct our business
in a straightforward
fnir manner. Our
services are of the
and meet with the
approval of all.
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SOCT3TT CLEANERS ,
Particular work for partieu- I
lar people I
Anto delivery 1273 S!atO St. !
Phone lbtu fi 29
We will pay full value for
Liberty Bonds in trade.
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
186-194 North Commercial St.
Yick So Tcng
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo.
X lias medicine which will eur
- any known disease.
Open fiimdays from 10 a. as.
until I p, it,
T 153 South High 81.
j Galeui, Oregon 1'hune 28
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I ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VIA
f Transfer Co.
f Express Sen ice at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
i TIIONE 1400
They Are Bargains
Wool Challies, per yard.
Men's Dress Shirts.
Men's Work Shirts.
Men's Underwear, 2-piece, either fine
Balbriggan ribbed or mesh, per
Men's Muslin night shirts.
Children's Play Suits.
Men's and Boys' Caps.
Silk Poplin, per yard.
Sheppard Check Suiting, per yard.
Girls Fancy Parasols.
Buatneai In marriage licenses was
rushing Saturday at the office of thn
county clerk and five men stepped up
to the counter and linndid over the
customary (3.25 which the county
charges ifor issuing a certificate. Thoso
were as followi: Lester 1). Southland,
Aurora and Hazel K. Colo, Aurora;
Mark C. Mnthen, ttilvorton Mid lnc
Urneo, Bilverton; Wren K. Mnthony,
Silvorton and Nova Ij. lrace (Silver
ton; (leorge N. Mortem, 211,' of (St.
1'aul, fitrinor and Anna K. Kuom
string, 21, of Woodlmrnj Wayno 1.
Oill, 31 of Wood burn and Myrtle L.
Olson of Wondburn; James K. Lucas,
age 41, telegrapher of Corvallis and
Miiymo Olive Hill of 23U7 State struct
Dane Wed. May Hat Querrys nail
four miles south, good uiusie and good
floor. 0 13
Tuesday noon at the Marlon hotel,
delegates from all parts of the comity
representing all commercial or 'busmen
nrgnnixationa In tho county will uiuct
to form an organisation into a com
munity county club. Through the ef
forts of T. K. McCroskoy, who has via
ited all the towns in the county, dele
gates havo been appointed to attend,
this meeting. Officers will bo elected
If you have any Junk, Hides,
Kubbor, Metal, Machinery or
Old Auto or Tarta of Autos
We pay highest cash prices and
guarantee satisfaction to ev
Don't make a mistake.
STEINBOCK JUNK AND
AUTO WRECKING CO.
326 N. COM! ST.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
and constitution and by laws adopt-
ed. The object ia to amalgamate tho
j b(1incHt Interests of the county into
one central organization all for com
jmunity betterment and that the coun
ty as a whole, through the amalgam
' tion of all its commercial bodies, may
act aa a unit an matters coming up per
taining to the entiro county. Tho or
ganization is to be pernuinent, with
representatives from each district nnd
town In the county to meet when coun
ty matters arc to be discussed.
A mOetinfC of the directors of the
Civic department of tho Commercial
club and representatives of the city
council will tie held Tuesday afternoon
nt 4 o'clock at the Commercial club to
arrange for "(lean up" week in Ha
lem. It is understood that tho boy
scouts will bo asked to cooperate with
with tho (onimercal club and city coun
cil in putting the city in a more pre
sentable condition for the stato conven
tion of Odd fellows to meet in Halem
next week beginning Monday, May 19
Donoe Wed. May 14, at Querrys hall
four miles south, good music and good
Llentennt Paul Wallace, who re
ceived his discharge a month ago ar
rived homo today. For the part month
he has been visiting relatives in Penn
There will be no need of any one
staying home Wednesday evening if
one is looking for a place to go. At
the o(Hrn house is billed 'My Soldier
lliil" a musical comedy with plenty
of g'il. The Oregon state school for
the blind will give its annual enter
tainment, this time in the auditorium
nf the hih sehoo. Member of tho II
lihee country club will hold a dinner
dance at the club house. The monthly
meeting of tho CoinmercitU club is
scheduled for Wednesday evening at
which there will lie plenty of enter
tainment, five minute talks and a
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP
liadiators, Fenders nnd das Tanks
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
All work guaranteed. ll'S i. 12th St.
Salem, Oregon. 12
R. W. BALL ANT TNE
PIANO TUN KB
Players a Hpeclaity
With Cherrington Piano House, 421
Court St., Salem, Oregon
W. T. RIODON CO.
153 North High Street
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
Phone 953 379 J3tM St
KUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
May 14 Monthly meeting
members Commercial Club,
Hay 14 ''Our BodUer Girls"
at Opera, House.
May 14 Oregon State 6chool
for the Blind program at High
lUj M 2a L O. a T. Grand
hAil sessions '
May X Memorial Day.
Jn Special stats sJee-
Jaa Apollo Concert,
THE SHERIFF'S SON'
0. OF 0.
"The best" Is all yon can do when
death comes. Call Webb t Clough Co.
l'hone 120. tf
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
Co. for quick service. ' tf
Dr. L R. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty,
l'hone 114. tf
Statistics in the office of the health
physician show that within the city
proper there were recorded during the
month of April 15 births, of wliich 8
wero male and 7 females. Agninst
this increase of population there wore
13 deaths, of which 7 wero ninles nnd
0 females. Tho majority of deaths
were thoso of peoplo in middle ago '
The Club stables, phone 7, havs for
hire.riding and driving horses and cars
Dr. L R. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114. tr
T hiiv tntik of all kind. rag and
bottles, metal, iron, broken down autos
and parts of autos. Give us a trial.
Hoinbock Junk Co. 326 N. Com. Bt.
"The Funeral Beautiful." Webb &
Clough Co. tf
A telegram has been received from
V. O. Ihiy from Camp Mills stating
that he expected to be home within 10
davs. He has been with tho occupa
tion hospitnl in Germany. Mrs. Day is
stenographer in the office of the city
We buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
Warner's corsets are really better.
l.!Sfl up. C.ale & Co. Commercial and
Court streets. f
Beware of a nice looking $?.0 federal
nwnrve hill on the Kan Fnirciseu fed
eral reserve bunk. There is a counter
if;. ;.. l,.i;.in Tim hack nf the note
jhns a fmled green appearance. It is
j printed on two pieces of thin paper tie
twce'i which fairly coarse red silk
(threads have been distributed in tho
imitation of the genuine. The pieces
of paper on which the bill is printed
may be separated easily at the cor
ner's. At first glance it might be tak
en for a genuine bill that had gone
through the laundry. Should anyone
present such a bill authorities request
that the sheriff's office be called.
E. H. Kennedy is back at The City
Cleanmir works. 12G1 Xtato t. 1 none
f - . M
A CRACKER JACK BUT
A niec 5 acre trnct set to strawber
ries, loganberries, n acre in garden,
boiiKC, barn and good well on place.
1S00. Address Owner 329 care Jour
Instead of the monthly meeting of
the Commercial clul), it is now called
the "Monthly Open Forum." And in
utea.l of havinir a lot of statistics and
reports to read to the members, the
monthly meetings are in charge of the
social department. These meetings now
open up with short talks from various
members whose time is limited to five
minutes each and after intereoting dis
eiiMions, there is the entertainments.
Then there is the luncheon, whereby
the evening is divided into three equal
interesting parts. Tbe vnert meeting
will be Wednesday evening of this
District cOTiTention of Pythian Sis
ters will bo held at McOomack linllN
over Merer store. Tnes. afternoon and
evening, May 13th . All members welcome.
Bee Kin L B. Goodhue at 251 8.
17th St. for sutw riptions to all mag
azines. Phone 741M. Sat tf
Prices on fish lowera. Ling cod or!
red cod sliced 15e. Whole fish 13ej
pound. Fitts Market. Ul
People are coining to Salem from all
parts of the state, from distant parts
of the United States arid even from
Alaska, to give the city the once over.
Among those who have registered at
the Biigh are H. C. Wheeler of Home,
Alaska; r.lbert il. Bradford, .Lane
Iwook; Miss Margaret Tharee, The
Dalles; Ed PoUuck, ett!e; L. A.
Brown, Tacoua; O. E. Crosar.an, Snob
banish; M. D. ly, Eugene and M.
A. ilohr of Hood dtiver. Albert Wil
son proprietor ol tne notel eoanon
at Lebanon, Or. was in the city yester
day with a party looking things over.
ll Special meeting of De
Vvv &rS Molay 'ommandry J'o.
TSZi S. K". T. this evening.
Ii2y Work in the Malta de
gree in full form. Visiting Sir Knights
Dr. Oarl E. Miller has opened his
dental office at 510-611 U. S. bank
bide. Phone 341. tf
Dr. Hott office moved to Bank of
Commerce building, rooms 407-8. tf
F. R. Stark, a farmer living about
four miles south of the citv, was fin
ed $10 for disorderly conduct Satur
day. Hj had previously rail
fino for speeding on south Commercial
street. He claimed that his Ford would
make only 15 miles an hour but the
police tried it out and found it could
travel 32 mill an hour without nail
trying. Then Mr.ijtark got cantanker
ous when brought to tho police station
on the speeding charge and the (tisor
derly conduct was booked against him.
The jury let him off easy with tho 10
fine. Mr. (Stark conducted his ease
eloquently, but the jury brought in the
verdict of guilty.
Patton Plumbing company are now
able to tako care of your plumbing
wants in their new location, 220 -N.
Commercial street. Phone 1008. tf
Dr. B. F. Pound, Just returned from
service, announces reopening of his
dental office 5th floor U. 8. National
bank bldg. l'hone lti. 5-11
Ira O. Mercer, who was formerly act
ive in the student body life of the high
school, is home fro:n ( amp Lewis with
his discharge Ho reached i'runco iu
July of 1U18 and saw service with the
Hint division. He is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. V. L, Mercer tf this city.
G. Leslie Albin, brother of Mayor
C. K. AJIiin, is visiting In the oJty
having' received his discharge at Camp
Lewis. Ho was with tho liWd field sig
nal battalion and was in tho service
until gassed at Fistnes Sept. 5.
Emmett & White ahipried carload
fat hogs to Portland market Saturday.
The University of Oregon concert,
billed so extensively for tomorrow
evening at tho opera house, has been
cancelled. It is understood tho cancel
lation was due to tho illness of several
of the singers.
Phillip Jaskoskl will soon arrive in
Salem, according to a telegram receiv
ed by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Jnskoski. He has been with the quar
termasters corps stationed at Vamp
Corporal Clyde Cory of the 63d ma
chine gun company in in tne city on i
month's furlough" from Viimp Mead
He will visit friends mid relatives.
Evans O. Willard is visiting In the
;t,. tin month's fiirlouuh. !ince his
return from France, ho has Wen stu
tinned at Fort .Stevens, iu the coast
artillerv. Jmiiiediiitely uion leceiving
his discharge, he rtnulisted. He will no
stationed at the Hawaiian Islands be
ginning June 1.
Officer Walter Thompson was shaug-
hied Saturday evening about 8 o'clock
He was attending to the duties of his
regular beat when the special Oregon
Kleetrie train of Klks passed through
on its wav to a celebration at Albany.
About half a down of thchnkiest
Klks picked Mr. Thompson up just a
the train was starting, rut him on
board and kept him there until the
train arrived at Albany. Hon ever, a
little later in the evening, he managed
to get away and returned to Salem via
the automobile route.
Emmett ft White" will ship hogs and
cattle this week Saturday May 17. j
1'houe 1425M. 5-15;
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barnes and daugh '
ter Mins Huth wero iu iSt. Louis Sun-i
day on their way enst. Today they are
taking in the wonders of Mammoth j
t.'ve, in Kentucky. j
A meeting of the Business Men's
league of the Commercial club will be
held Tuesday evening of this week.!
There are several matters coming up '
now that require some definite action ,
of the business men. In order that the!
action taken may represent the utrsi
ness ideas of tho city, efforts sre be
ing made to secure a large attendance.
A. L. Lindbecq, who represented the
Portland Journal as special correspond
ent during the sessions of the last leg
islature, has been appointed as resi
dent correspondent of the Journal, suc
ceeding Will F. Kirk who accepted a
position iu the claim department of
the industrial aocident commission.
Mr, Linillieck has tveen homing a po
sition of the copv desk of the Journ
al. A marriage license wrs issued this ,
morning to James E. Andicws, sge
NEW VOILES AND SUMMER WASH GOODS
A Wide Range of Patterns for Y'our Choosing
From 19c to 98c yard
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & CO
, Commercial and Court Streets., Salem
- Formerly Chicago Store
i?l of Hubbard route 2, a farmer, and
Fannie ifllciments, age 54, also of Hub
The private funeral servioea for
Mrs. Frank. Oastator will be held
Wednesday morning at the chnipel of
Wol & Clough. iShe was coining to
spend the an miner with her mother,
Mrs. J. McDonald and died sudden
ly at Los Angeles. Her brother, Ser
geant Alva McDonald, who is stationed
at Camp Kearney was with her at the
time of her death. Also her small
daughter iNeldn. Hho was a -sister of
Mrs. W. J. Husick, Mrs. C. is. to
ker and Miss Oraeo McDonald, all of
Salem and Mrs. J. L. Howe of Port
land. The insurance proposition, always a
matter ef interest 'to merchants, will
bo discussed at the monthly meeting of
tho 'Ilusincss Men's League to bo held
at tho Commercial club Tuesday evo
ning. Addresses will bo dolivercd by
Harvey Wolls, state insuranco commis
sioner and by tho mannger of the Ore
gon ratiug burenu.
Speaking of fishing Joe Adolph, Bill
Stutsman Jess Eupcrt and Hem An
derson have taken a littlo Time off to
go on a two day trip up Thomas creek.
Of course they won't catch any fish
but it is hoped they have a good time
Rhea Luper of the state engineer's
office, roturnea last night from a trip
into eastern Oregon, going as for as
Raker City, and stopping off at La
Grnndo and Vale.
Hcdson council No 1,' of the B &
S. M., making up a party of about 20
members, drove ovor to McMinnvillc
Saturday evening to hold a joint meet
ing with tho lodge at that place. Tho
principal object was tho conferring of
degrees upon a class of lo memliers,
and in connection with this there wais
a banquet and an hour or two of so
ciability. H. W. Meyers is now driving a new
Oolo Aero-Bight car, purchnsed through
the KaJcro Velio company.
Dr. Donoy reports a very Interesting
meeting last night at Dallas on the oc
casion of the 311th anniversary nf the
1177 North Commercial St.
Thursday, May 15th
1:30 p. m. sharp
Ranges, Rugs, Heater, Bed Springs, Mattress, Fur
niture of all kinds. This is all like new, so don't
miss it. Come! Come! Come! See paper tomorrow
for full particulars.
The Auctioneer. phone 510 or 511
NOTE: Woodry Buys and sells everything, any
where, anytime. Real estate sold on commission.
founding f the Epworth League at
that .point. Ho was called upon to de
liver the principal address of the oc
casion. Friday night lr. Doney is
culled to Grants Pass to deliver tho
commencement address beforo the high
school graduating class at that point.
Another meeting of the rural T. M.
C. A. workers will be held this after
noon at the auditorium, at which time
further plans will be made for tjie ex
tension. James F. Stewart, representative in
tho last legislnturo from Wheeler
county arrived in the city toduy and
will devote his time for the nexr two
weeks apeaking on good rouds in -Marion
county. Mr. Stewart his been a
consistent igood roads booster for ninny
a year and it is said it just comes nat
ural to talk for good roads and whut
it iiieano for the development of a com
munity. A tedegTam was received from M. O.
Nnelling with news that his father had
died in California. As ho will bo ab
sent from the city for some time, ha
reiue-rts that members of the Civic
club go ahead with tho Fourth of July
celebration and arrangements for
"clean up" week in the city. With
Mr. SnoLliig s directors in tho Civie
department -of the Commercial club are
.1. O. Pony, Hal D. Patton, K. T.
Barnes, Max O. Huron Curtis B. Cross
and T. B. Kay.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
For sale and made to order at
WOODRY'S AUCTION MAR
KET. See these before you buy.
Prices right. Ferry and Liberty
Streets, Salem, Oregon.