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LEM. ti, ;GON
TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1919.
a'bc DaUn 2in!ol Ifournal
I All Around Town
Gale & Company
At a few of
give you for
AND YOU CAN GET TIIEM ANY TIME YOU WANT THEM. WHEN
EVER IT IS CONVENIENT WITH YOU.
They Are Bargains
Women's Union Suits
Women's Fiber Silk Hose (Armor
Women's Voile Waists
"Niagara Maid" Silk Gloves in black,
white, grey, pongee, taupe and
2 Bath Towels, heavy 22x44.
White Table Damask, per yard.
Mercerized Napkins, per dozen
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.
ym na" )een .demon-
etintvu u'in nuiiiut'r
has occasions. We
conduct our businoss
In a straightforward
fair manner. Our
services ar of the
and meet with th
spproval of all.
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The following Is a list of lata arrtv- Mrs. B. E. Btnnlcv, Tillamook; W.
als at theUlitjh hotel: Georjro S. Hart, tiroen, Bend: J. Buwur. Bank: P. K.
Lot Angeles; H. A. Parrot t, Los An
gelloa; James 8, Htewnrt, Corvallis;
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON
"A Horn Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1 per Day
' 100 Roomi of Solid Coffort
Only Ootel In Business IHstrict
Chapin, Falls City and B. it. l'nrkcr,
Particular work for purlieu-
Auto delivery 1272 State Pt.
Fnone 1084 8 29
For sale and made to order at
WOODKY'S AUCTION MAR
KET. Bee these before you buy.
Trices right Ferry and Liberty
Streets, Balem, Oregon.
We will pay full value for
Liberty Bonds in trade.
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
186-194 North Commercial St.
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Oo.
lias medicine which will cure
any known dtseas.
Open Sundays from 10 a. nr.
alii a p. m.
153 South Hiih SI.
Blom, Oregon l'hons IS
If you have any Junk, Hides,
Rubber, Metal, Machinery or
Old Autos or I'arta of Autos
We pay highest cash prices and
guarantee satisfaction to ev
eryone. Don't make a mistake.
STEINBOCK JUNK AND
AUTO WRECKING CO.
326 N. COM'L ST.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Do not spend yourself saving the
price of a One Minute Kloctrio wash
er. W. Ouhlsdorf, :W N. liberty Ht.
Dance Wed. May 14, at Querrys hall
four miles south, good music and good
Dane Wed. May 14, at Querrys hall
four miles south, good muBic and jfnod
Ola Olson has sold hjs interest in the
Salem Auto Exchange at 2'J!t Ntate
street and go no in,to business for him
self at 319 iNorth Coniiuoreiiul street.
Ho will mnke a Beiulty of buying
for cash used cars and selling on com
mission. 0 -
A CRACKER JACK BUY
A nice 5 acre tract sot to strawber
ries, loganberries, n acre in garden,
house, barn and good well on place,
1S0O. Address Owner 3"6 care Jour
Enunett ft White will ship hogs and
cattle this week Haturdnv May 17.
1'hone 14LTM. ' 5 15
No trace has as yet been found of
tho hobo who robbed tho home of 11.
0. Robinson, cast of Salem. When last
heard of he was heading north, having
passed through Aurora. His descrip
tion is os follows: Middle age, mod
mn size, slightly stooped, gray stubby
hoard, shiiti'h lint, carrying pack with
gray blanket. He stole from the Rob
inson home n tM) liberty bond and
several pieces of jewelry.
Au open Invitation to the thrifty,
economical Women to a Me ml the spe
cial demonstration of the One Minute
Klectric warher at Oiihlsclorf 's store.
i:i N. Liberty. 514
Meeting of Business Men's
Leaguo at Commercial club.
May 14 Monthly meeting
members Commercial Club.
May 14 "Our Sodlior Girls"
at Opera, House.
May 14 Oregon State School
for the Blind program at High
May W 23 L O. 0. F. Grand
May 30 Memorial Day.
Job J Special state alee
tloa. Jaa 6 Apollo Concert,
ord of 100 per cent. Members of the
school who took the club werl- and as
sisted ia making the perfect record
re: Lena Heravk, Liliite cchulti,
! Blanche Johnson. Robert Kamsden, Al-
! ice ivhulti, Jiertha Sehults, Alice
Uersch and Carl Kamseyer. The cer
tificate was issued late last faJl nd
among other siiruaiures, Dears the luune
0 James Withycombe, governor.
'THE CSXEIFT'S SON' :
"Tho beat" la m you can do hen
death come, r.n . . u" voea
Phone 120. " " "ousb Lo;
Phona 77 Orecron TVrt
Co. for quick service.
Spectal moaUag of spiem
lodgo No. 4, A. l Ik A. il.,
this evning. Work in Tio M.
M. d.-ffree. Visiting brethren
L. E, Springer, deutlat, Moore
corner Court and Lihnrf
L. E, 'Springer,
Business at the Tr n .mi
oureau continues oonrl .nj i.i.
ing for cniploymont as well as those
who are in need of help are finding
that the bureau helps both wavs. Yes
terday .13 men and 3
fd in i-owiMons by tho burwiu. These
lucludfd farm finmU.. -
cnsiMil workers, 2 workers in wood, 1
helper, 1 tenmster ami a cook. Two
women wero placed in domestic ser
vice anil one position found for a nurse
lst) Friday 14 were placed in posi
tions and Inst fluturdny 10 were found
work. The blackboard at itho U. 8.
labor bureau offioe shows liiilir -w
what tho calls are for labor.
Linoleum Our stock is full and com.
plete, with ithe Tery ibest patterns.
i-ricos from 65 cents up. C. 8. Ham
I buy Junk of all HnSs, rags and
bottles, lnetul, iron, broken down autos
and parts of autos. Give us a triul.
Hteinlim'k Junk Co. 3l'8 N. Com. 8t.
I'hdiio 305. tf
"The Funeral Beautiful." Webb ft
Clongh Co. (f
L E. Ooodhna at 51 &
17th 8t. for subscriptions to all mag
azine. Phone T41M. Sat tf
Prices on fish lowers. Ling cod or
red cod sliced 15c. Whole fish 13c
a pound. Fitts Market. tf
The men and women's clasa of the
First Christian church Bible school
will serve a banquet in the dining
room of the church Wc-dnesday evening
May 14 at 7 0 clock. A program ha
been arranged o follow the banquet.
Dr. Oarl E. Miller has opened his
dental office at 610411 U. S. bank
bldg. Phone 341. . tf
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Dr. Mott offices moved to Bank of
Commerce building, rooms 407 8. tf
Patton Plumbing company are now
ablo to take care of your plumbing
wants in their new location, -M N .
Commercial street. Phone 1608. ti
II. W. Bumslde of Ottumwa, low,
is in the city, just looking around. He
is a clothing merchant and feels that
he would like t locate in Nilcm or
some place in the valley and is tak
ing a few weeks off siring up Oregon,
the Willamette valley and especially
Fred Durbin who recently sold bis
Howell Prairie farm, bought 17 acre
prune orchard south of falem from
George Norris, W. H. Grabcnhorst 4k
Co. handled the deal.
Let's go, get acquainted, big dance,
fine time, best of music, Hum hull,
Thursday eve May V). Admission 15
23c K. and L. of S. a 14
One of tho most up to date and most
modern school houses in tho county hns
not been occupied as a school house
sinee its erection last full. This school
house with the latest system of win
dow lighting, patent adjustable si'als,
hard wood floors and panelled windows
is in what is known as the Abiqua dis
trict about six miles into the mountains
from Crooked ll'inger, It even has nn
oak dt-sk for tho teacher and a wood
box made by a carpenter. The district
was originally a, leaning camp and
when several children were living there
tho district voted money to build a
school houso with nil modern accom
modations, even with a Waterlnuy
heating system. But so many men left
tho district going to the ship yards,
tho logging camp was finally deserted
and no children were left to enjoy one
of the best school houses in the conn-,
ty. However, it is thought that the
Business firms who will need print
ed envelopes already stumped are ad
vised thnt now is tho time to place
their nrd-'rs with the post office for
the new poHtngp rate effectivo July 1.
Many (inns and professional men buy
stnmp.'.l envelopes 'bv the thousand
' from the Hist office department, with
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP special return directions printed. The
Badiators, Fenders and Gas Tanks post office department would like to
Kepaired anticipate these orders for the ,to I
Tractor Radiators a Snednltv rent iostiur, ,i !,, nri.,.. ,.i,.,i
All work guaranteed. 118 H. 1'Jth t. 'now, lor Julr 1 delivery. Ir
aaicm, Oregon. o iz
A new type picture with
appeal to alb v
35 Indies Wide. $1.00 Yard
A lustrous and high quality silk poplin.
Colors: Black, White, Tan, Old Rose, Copenhagen,
Pigeon, Plum, Brown, Taupe, etc
36 Inches Wide. $1.00
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts formerly Chicago Store
country will gradually fill up with
homesteaders, and when they do thcar
children will find the school houso
Linoleum Our stock Is full and com
plete, with the very best patterns,
i'rices from 5 cents up. C B. Ham
ilton. Bridge building is pretty expensive.
In tho city budget for repairing bridg
es in 1011 it was estimated that the
8outh Commercial street bridge could
bo repaired and planked for about $7o0
The actual bill for planking just one
half of the ibridjio last year wus $983.
71. Hence thero was but the part of
tho bridge repaired. For this year
there was a special appropriation for
tho bridge nnd the lum'ber has been
ur.'hased and the ity force under
CuinmiMjioiior Low is doing the work.
Tho fnneral services of Mrs Mc
Donald who died in Los Angeles while
on the way to talem to visit relatives,
will bo private and will bo held VVed
nesdny ninniing from tho chapel of
Webb & Olough, I he services will be
in charge of tho Hev. Iceland Porter
and burial will be in tho City View
emetery. The 'body will orrivo this
Tho word has boen given out in sort
of a confidential way that tho Elks
will initiate about IS new members at
tho Thursday evening meeting of this
week. Also, very confidentially, that
he third degree committee has been
rending up on the history of tho Span
ish inquisition and that it hns several
now ideas to he demonstrated alter
the new members have been properly
initiated into the lodge,
A building permit for $400 was Is
sued yerterday to A. . Simpson for
repairs and improvements to a dwell
ing at 1543 Court street. Tho work .
will be done by, day labor.
Wholesale fruit men say that local
strawberries will ho on tho market
Saturday and that by no means hnvo
the canneries corralled the inarkM.
Hut they may be a lit tlo higher than
The estate of Maurice Klinger lias
boon appraised at $76,0112.1)3 by Ku
gene Uckerlin, Chriartopher l'aulus and
T. K. Ford. The Minger DlocK on
State street, extending from the Ma
sonic Templo to the alley west is ap
praised at 13,000. The holdings of
Mr. Klinger on North Commercial
street which include what is known a
tho Bishop clothing store and tho build
inf on tho north are appraised at
Out), and a half interest in one of the
lots' in the middle of the samo block at
1 1,000. l'art of lot 3, block 47 on tho
west side of South Commercial street,
north of what ia known ia the Turner
property' is appraised at 4000. On
the southeast corner of Tony and
Church streets, two lots arc appraised
at i.WO. These arc lots 7 and 8, block
72. Thero was $2247.93 wish in bank,
two liberty loans worth 17.80 each,
nn account against the furniture of tho
Klinger hotel for "00, a piano npprnis
ed nt $150 and $100 worth of house
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
B. W. BALLANTTWE
MA NO TUN Kit
Players a specialty
With Cherrington lino House,
Court ft,, fnlem, Oregon
We buy liberty bonds. SH. Masonic
Warner's corsets ara really better.
'11.50 up. Oalo & CO. Commeroial and
ROUTE YOUR, FREIGHT VL
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
W. T. TUQDON k CO.
53 North High Street
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
ELECTRIC PEE COLLATORS
E. II. Kennedy is back at The
( leanintr wnrk l'fll M1a K
The Salem Rifle club will hold
meeting at the armory, Thursday May
1.1th, N p. m. sharp. Official business
meting. All memlwrs be present.
The Oak Ridge school about eight
miles east of (Salem, has been granted
a certificate of achievement for its!
club work during the -past year. This
certificate is granted from' the fuel:
that in its club work furnished by the
O. A. O. the club workers mad1 a rec- j
379 State St.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Anderson At the home of Mrv and
Mrs. E. J. Krest. 30fl North 0th
street. May , 1919 to Mr. and
Mrs. James W. Anderson, a son.
He has ben named James Kresa An
The Big Fun Skw
Ask anyone who saw
it. Price 25c, 50c.
A Full 2-Hour Show
I. n 9
1177 North Commercial St.
Thursday, May 15th
1:30 p. m. sharp
Consisting ofl 6-hole Polished Top Range; 1 green
upholstered Lounge Roll Edge; 1 Oak Library table;
2 Oak Rockers; 1 Oak Leather Seated Rocker; 1
Cane Rocker; 1 Oak Sewing Rocker; 1 Oak Round
Extension Table, 8-ft; 6 Oak diners; 1 Oak Stand
Table; 1 Free Drop Head Sewing Machine, new; 1
heater block and pipe; 1 Axminster Rug, 11.3x12,
like new; 1 Brussels Rug, 11.3x12, like new; 1 White
Ename Fall Leaf Table; 1 Kitchen Cabinet; 1 White
Enamel Bed Coil Spring and Silk Floss Matress, good
as new; 1 ernus Martin bedYum Yum and Silk
floss matress, good as new; 1 large Oak Dresser, a
dandy; 1 Oak Chiffoneer, like new; 1 Oak Cabinet;
1 Medicine Chet; 1 Grind Stone; 1 Bicycle; 4 Step
Ladders; 1 Vheel Barrow; Linoleum, Garden Hose,
Garden Tools, Lawn Mower, 46 quarts Home Can
ned Fruit, 1 man saw, Hand Saws, Tools, Crow Bar,
t?f? e n? Spra?' Hand Cu!.tivator, Cupb oar a,
Kitchen Chairs, Snips, Lawn Clipper, Buck Saws,
btone Jars Axes, Window Blind Curtains, 2 Rifles,
Looking Glasses, Ironing Board, Portieres, Trunks,
ami many other things.
NOTE All the above furniture is like new and will
be sold without reserve to the highest bidder.
Mrs. T. J. Cheshire F.N. WOODRY the auctioneer
1177 N. Com! St phone 510 or oil
Goods On Inspection Day of Sale Only"