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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1919.
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A NATION WIDE INSTITUTION
WITH A GOOD RECORD
I In every' one of the 197 cities in which we have a store. Every day people
ieu us uiey use 10 nve in some certain town wnere mere is a
J. C. PENNEY CO.
Store and that they always traded at our store, which had always given
There Is a Reason
It is because we always give the best of service, and merchandise at the.
House Dresses Girls White Dresses
Ve have a nice line of "Bonnie Las- We have some "nifty" white dresses
sie" and "Sassy Jane" gingham wash for the girls. Made of lawn, organ
dresses. You will like them. die and voiles daintily trimmed. In
Aprons $1.25 to $2.98 sizes from 2 to 16 years. Prices from
Dresses s2-981"5-90 J1.49 to $10.90
Ladies Waists Ladies Sweaters
In voiles, China silk, Crepe de Chine
and Georgette Crepe. In a nice assortment of colors in the
Voile Waists 98c, $1.98 and $2.98 popular, serviceable Fiber Silk
Silk Waists $1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98 $7.5Q 0 J1Q.9Q
f J Inrari
Of having a checking account with this bank cannot
be over estimated.
Checks received in business are deposited and col
lected payments are made with vour own check
the record of each transaction is kept and your
funds are secured against loss.
CAPITAl NATIONAL BANK
J . H. Albert, President Jos. II. Albert, C&shier
Wkw you go to buy tiit boy fall
suit, we know of nothing bettor than
on of Hilio' Falirie at the Hatom
Woolen Mil! Htdre, tf
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
"The House Of Mirth"
ALL STAR CAST
Why buy inferior goods whoa you
can get the bout nt Hiilmp'a. tf
Beautiful uew photo frame. Burea'i
Pretty wall paper for home meet.
Burru'g Commercial slrcut.
Direct from Changsha, China, the
Biv. W. I. Shainliangli, wife anil son
will a)war at the I'uited Kvangelieal
church, 'ottge near tVnler street,
next Hominy evening. Mr. Miamlmngh
will tell of some of hit e xperience
during liia work of 13 year in rhina.
The city in whieh he was Rationed,
wa oho of the last to bo opened up
for miaaionarr work and In their work,
the missionaries have roup through
floods, famine ami riot. During the
recent rebellion in that part of China,
their home wa aliilont entirely dent ro v
ed and their lives endangered. While
In the city the fchaiwhntigh family will
he gucat at the homo of the Rev. and
Mr 1. U Well. After a short visit
here, they will go to Seattle and then
ail direct for China.
The coat of drinking 1 going up, a
I far tea and voffe i eoneerned. Tor
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J BUSINESS FAILURES IN UNITED STATES.
Have been very largely due to ignorance and ncg
ir.orar.ee of the principles of Constructive
business methods, and Negligence in the application
of knowledge possessed of these principles.
We can point out Your Errors of the Tast,
Show you how to Avoid them in the Future, and help
you Attain Success.
TROMLEY & HENDERSON
1 Chamber of Commerce Bide. Pnrt.lflml n
the past year or so- there has be'n a
lot heard about eoffee advancing 1"
price and how there was but oue third
of a erop in Hraxil and how there was
hardly a week ' supply on the Pacific
coait. While mnny did not tocl'ove this,
said a local coffee dealer, yet tho fnct
remained that eoffee ha been gradu
ally advancing for the puitt year tintil
now it is retail more than double that
of orno year ago. And now tea is tak
ing a suddeu advance of about 30 per
cent. A traveling salesman from one
of the largest eoffee houses in 8nn
Frniieisco today eniil that tho prospect
were good for coffee wiling at 7U cents
a pound retail right here in Salem, for
tho better grades, All of which led
the dealer to remark that he could well
remember whon Arbuckle' coffee wns
selling at 11) cents a pound.
Orange dance at Macleay, good mus
ic, good lunch, Bat. night. 6 5
Drink an orange at The Spa. 6-3
Delicioua summer drink orangeade
mado from juicy, fresh, oranges. The
Rex D. Porter Mid Andrew Brown,
both of Htayton, expect to toon be in
France. They have enlisted in the ma
rine for limited eerviee oversea,
which mean that they will be sent di
rectly to iKranee with tho assurance
they will get home within six months.
They will bo sent from (Juantlco, Vir
ginia. Hear Earl Headrick, the real jazi
singer ami entertainer tonight at
Query's halt with Hunt' jaisi band.
Drink an orange at The Spa. 65
Delicioua summer drink, orangeade
mado from juicy, fresh oranges. The
Dance tonight Query' hall, miles
south on river road.
The state encampment of tht United
Spanish War Veterans, will be held in
Salem at the time of the great home
coming and the Fourth of July cele
bration. From Hall llibbard camp No.
5 the delegates eliiwen at the last meet
ing of the eaiup were A. T. Woolpert,
I'harles l,ile, C. O. Wilson, A. L. Mom
lock K, J, Kavmnnd, Charles MeKinb'T
and C. W. lira nt.
Don't forget danca tonight at Query
hall. Hunt orchestra.
flood roads, eood music mod tima at
Query' hall tonight.
The Mothers club of the Highland
school will meet tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock.
Carl Whilloek, 12 years old. was
drowned in Rogue river near Gold Bay,
Saturday. A force of men dragged the
river but his body was not found.
I All Around Town
June 4 Dr. Wheeler at Ar
mory, auspice Elk, lodge.
Free. 8::iW p. at.
June 4 High School senior
class play, "Tb Fortune Hunt
er." High school auditorium,
June 5 Thursduy "Wind
mill of Holland" at Chomawa
auditorium 8 p. m.
June 5 Thursday, Cantata," A
Day In Flowerdom" at State In
stitution for the Feeblemind
ed." 8 p. m.
Jnn 6 Apollo Concert,
Opera House 8:30 p. m.
June 1 Saturday Historie
al pageant Willamette univer
June 16 School election, one
(McXary and see if anything can be
'dime at that end of the line. If not,
!he thinks it would be a good idea for
jthe county curt to buy blasting pow
,ler in large lots and sell it to those
who reallv intend to use it for land
clearing. With cheaper powder, Mr.
West thinks tlwre would be more land
clearing in the county,
AT Tff VDATW TV
'HXS GREAT CnANCE'
MES. OSCAS OIMOBICH
In Indian Legend and
Fattoa Plumbing company are now
able to take eare of your plumbing
want in their new location. 220 M.
Commercial etreet. Phone 16ti8. tf
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Dr. Mott office mored t Bank of
Commerce building, rooms 407 8. tf
Prices on fish lowers. Ling cod orj
red eod sliced 15c . Whole fish 12e i
pound. Fitts Market. tf
I buy Junk of all kind, tags and
bottle, metal, iron, broken down autos
and part of autos. Give us a trial.
Steinboek Junk Co. 326 N. Com. St.
Phone 305. tf
New O. E. schedule, effective Sun
day June 1st O E. train Ho. 12 will
leave Balem 12:05 noon instead of
12:15 and will reach Portland 2:20 in
stead of 8:25 as formerly. 6-3
For your health, drink Lactone But
termilk The Spa. 6 2
Lactone Buttermilk, lust what the
doctor ordered. The Spa. 6 2
The CherrUns will be represented
by a large float in the Rose festival
parade of nednesdtiy June 11, one
week from itoilay. They will also take
part in the grand parade. King liing
Fullerton thinks the organization will
muster fully KM) for the' big event.
Try Northern Flour, Iff Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At your gro
Dr. Carl E. Miller has opened his
dental office at 510 511 U. 8. bank
bldg. Phone, 841. tf
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
man, with over 35 year experience.
at my office. Dr. D. X. Deechler, den
tist, 3U2 U. o. flat, bank bldg. tf
NOTICE We have opened a first
class repair shop and will give the mo
toring public the ery best of swrvice.
Open night and day and Sundays. Ma
rion Garage. Phone 3G2. tf
An Invitation h been Issued by the
Royal Rosnrinn of Portland to all Cher
rian to attend the grand ball to be
given on the evening of Friday, June
13 at thle Cotillion .hall in 1'ortlnnd.
The dance ia to bo (riven in honor of
tho royal quevu, Mr. Guy JlolH'rt l'or
tor. Adinintion to tho ball will lie by
card onlr and Cherrian who wish to
attend, should secure their invitations
from King Bing Fullerton.
Dr. L. R. SvrlnRer. dentist. Moor
bldg. eorner Court and luberty
H. L. Burt, formerly foreman of the
Capital Journal, has been declared Pa
cific coast champion bowler. He took
1818 points in nine game at San Fran
cisco recently. At present Burt is em
ployed on the Mercury-Herald of San
We bny liberty bonds. 311 Masonic
bldg. i tf
Lady wanted to assist the cook at
the Spa. tf
June gift tale of Mrs. Junk's china.
Central Pharmacy, State St. 6-4
Victor records, I Just received some
of the well known (lately hard to get)
older vietor records, also the new
June records. Geo. C. Will, Salem's
music dealer. 6 4
Emmett and White will ship lambs,
hogs and cattle next Saturday, June 7.
I'hone 14J5M. 64
Dr, L. R. Springer, dentist, Moor
bldg. eorner Court and Libert v.
Phone 114. . tf
An eren doten of people were con
nected with job yesterday at the of
fice of the V. S. employment Juren.
Just at present the call is to the &n
mills and logging camps and those who
want to work can ' find good wage.
I.ogiinberry growers now figure that
the crop will be readv for picking
about Julv 1 and for that reason are
getting a little anxious to contract for
pickers. They hnve filed applications
at the U. S. labor bureau and any one
who wishes to make sure of picking
lugan during the whole aeason may
imiw make arrangements.
Lost Route book, please return to
Journal office. 6-2
Salem Oigar Factory la now making
"La Corona" nd "Little Salem" ci
gr exactly as they were ma do before
nhe war. Smoking them remind yon of
old time. . . tf
Phons 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
Co. for quick service. tf
Ben F. West, assessor, is trying to
figure out om mean whereby farm
er may buy powder for clearing land
at not so high a price as the present
market. Hg say he will write Senator
This week closes our season for ba
in- chicks. Few on hand now. Call at
544 Urate St. I'hone 400. 6 4
Lady wanted to assist the cook at
the Sipa. ' tf
The Fortune Hunter, high school au
ditorium Wed. June 4. Admission 2!5c
nnd 35c. 6-4
Special meeting of Pacific
lodge No. fiO A. F. A. M.
this evening at 7 o'clock sharp
ws Work in trie A. and Al. JU.
''Jf degree. Visiting brethren wel-
Mrs. A. O. Poor arrived yesterday
from Marslifield. She is stopping at
the Marion and will be in the city for
Sergeant R. Q. Broncuschio, a form
er high school student is home. He has
just recently received his discharge at
Camp Lewis, after serving more than
Mr. and Mrs, Philip Wagnet of Es
tucadn nnd Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bruce
of Portland motored up to Turner, vis
iting with friends and relatives, in
Marion and Polk counties. Sunday
morning Mr. and Mr. John Palmer,
T. J. Eirward and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Bruce, Mr. John Neal, Jesso Wallinj!
and family spent the day with D. F.
Jerrnan and family in honor of their
oldest son, Harlan W., who has return
ed from service and celebrating his
See all the new shades in wall tint
at Huron', Com'l St.
Mr. and Mrs. O, E. Terwilliger, grad
uate mortician and funeral directors,
770 ;hemeketa St. Phono 724,
Shaw wool pool will hold its second
meeting Friday June Hth 8:30 p. m. at
Shaw, Oregon. Every one come and re
port the number of fleeces you have.
John Smith, chairman; C. J. Hunt, sec
Now going at greatly reduced
$9.75 to $24.00
$11.90 io $25.00
Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Com'l. & Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
378 8tat 8t
Yick So Teng
Chinese Medicine and Tea Ca.
Bat medicine which will cure any
Open Sundays from 10 A. M.
until 8 P. M.
153 South High St.
Snlem, Oregon Fhon 2S8
Our Expenses Are Less.
We Sell for Less.
Compare these prices anywhere These are our
5-ply Garden Hose
$7.50 for 50 feet
Garden tools of all
Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem.
You would not if your
vision were perfect
Squinting is a sign of
eyestrain which can be
corrected with proper
Let our scientific examin
ation tell you whether you
DR. A UcCULLOCIi Optometrist
404-405 Salem Bank of Commerce Building
Vlavi representative here. Mrs. A.
tr. i'oor of the Northweirt Viuvi com
pany, is at the Marion. Friend and pa
trons invited to call.
Do you read th. Salem Woolen Mill
store' ads; they're money saver, tf
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce bldg.
W. T. SIODON ft CO.
53 North High Street
SALEM AUTO EADIATOR EIIOP
Radiators, Fenders and Gat Tanks
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
All work guaranteed, 198 8. 12th St.
Salem, Oregon. 6-12
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON,
"A Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern 1 Tar Day
100 Rooms of Solid Comfort
Only Hotel in Businea District
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VIA
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
at Mass Meeting TONIGHT, Armory, 8 F. M.
rNj 1 1 I i i i s
Admission FREE. No Collection. Auspices ofSalemElks Lodge
of Chicago. Recent
ly returned from