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THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1919.
A NATION WIDE INSTITUTION
VITM A GOOD RECORD
In every one of the 197 cities in which we have a store. Every day people
tell us they use to live in some certain town where there 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
We 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 $1.23 to $2.98 sizes from 2 to 16 years. Prices from
Dressc3 : 1 2-93t0$5-911 $1.49 lo 51050
, hdjeaifrv Ladies Sweaters
In voiles, China silk, Crepe de Chine
and Georgette Crepe. n 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, $1.98 J7.50 to $10.90
COMDfO EVENT 3
June 5 Thursday " Wind-
mill of Holland" at Choiuawa
auditorium 8 p. ai.
June 5 Thursday, Cantata," A
Day in Flowerdom" at State In-
ttitution for the Feeblemind-
ed." 8 p.m.
Jan 6 Apollo Concert,
Opera House 8:30 p. ra.
Jane 7 Saturday Historie-
al pageant Willamette univer-
June 16 School election, one
ALICE BEADY IN
'HER GEEAT CHANCE'
MRS. OSCAH GINGRICH
la Indian Legends and
New 0. E. schedule, effective Son
day June 1st O E. train No. 12 will
leave Bulcm 12:05 noon instead of
12:13 and will reach Portland 2:20 in
stead of 2:25 aa formerly. 63
For your health, drink Lactone But
termilk The Spa. 6 2
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 your 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, Cashier
lira. U. W. Grower's daughter, Mm,
Fairy t ook, whu Uvea at Tuppi'iiudi, is
just iveovciing from an atlnek of the
Ino Fresnall has sold his plae to
Dr. White of in, ili. aud Mrs,
I'mmiLll will bo ilh u uulil uftor
the loganberries are pit keel, however.
Mrs. 11. K. tualuy has been quite ill
for a few Any.
. Mr. Hcoffield and family and He rshal
Itrowcr rxpectto go to Yttkima as soon
SS sehool jt nut.
O. I'irkard hni been visiting in Port
land this week.
The older school children spent Inst
Thursdav evening decorating graves in
the Marion cemetery, imperially thnu
who have no relatives horo and would
be otherwise neglected.
This west's drapery special Duplex
scrims, Betsy Hose drupes and figured
madias, values to 4!c yard. Ham
ilton's, 6 0
Although he was gassed at Chateau
Tbi-rrv, .ent a whole summer iu
kospitnl urn! when again iu the service!
was shot m 4. nth arms, Rny O. Williams
of l'olk ceer.tr is still snriiius to see
ffl.ure si ivUi-. II. ii h hss re-enlisted
i. i,h s.-ivni jervirc. Ill, UUr Xiciie
Williams lives in this city.
Men wanted at Fulls Ofty, Or. Tails
'lly Lumber k Lnggitij company can
s eM't or ton men at ysinl and" soit
lii? table labor. Wages 4.1' to 5:'4 cents
W. B. Gilson In in the rttv honatlna
the tjcbannn strawberry festival to be
held in that city Friday and Haturday
of this week. He says they are urcpa.
t I'M 'r a big time with plenly of straw
berries, public speaking and music. Mr.
(tilson is now proprietor of the Leba
Orange dance at Mactoay, good mus
ic, good lunch, Sat, night, 8 5
Drink an orange at The Spa, 6 5
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thnnk our frionds and
neighbor for their many acts of kind
ness and sympathy in our recent be
reavement, sad for the beautiful flor
al offerings. We also wish to thank
Rev. Ablrieh (or the benutiful aermnn
and for the music. Mr. and Mrs, 11.
O. Magnrea and family.
iraiicious summer arms orangeade
niado from juicy, fresh orange. The
Drink an orange at The Spa. 6 3
The big clock for th TJ. S. National
bank is Bow being installed. It will
be placed on the corner of the building
at an angle whereby the time of day
or night mny be seen from North anil
South Commercial street and from
Delirious summer drtnlr. orangeade
made from juiev, fresh oranifeu. The
Why buy Inferior goods when you
can net the best at Bishop's. tt
....Th uext monthly meeting of th
Salem 'ommereial club will be held on
the evening nf Wednesday, June 17,
v Gifts for the June Brid
It is always a pleasure for us to assist you in mak
ing appropriate gift selections. Among many sug
gestions we might mention our large assortment of
silver hollow and flat ware. Come in and let us
show them to you.
I I1ARTMAN BROS. CO.
I Jeweler and Optician
North we$t Corner of State and Liberty Street
I Grecnbauui announced this morning.
Air. Uieeubaum is director of the so
cial d ijiart mint of the club and ig iu
charge of the entertainment for the
monthly meetings. This time he prom
ises two of the leading soloists of the
city young ladies und then a youth
ful prodigy in the way of a pianist
from Wilverton John F. Hteelhamnier,
Jr. Following in the footsteps of the
Hteelbaiiiruer family in musical mat
ters, the boy, just nine years of age,
is said to show remarkable talent.
Then after the entertainment, there is
the usual talks with a limit of five
minutes and then the serving of a real
luncheon. At tho Inst meeting there
was an attendance much larger than
former ones and it is expected that
with the new interest now being shown
in commercial club mutters, the audi
torium will be taxed to its senting ca
The students of Willamette are now
concentrating all surplus time and en
ergy on the rehearsals of various epi
sodes of the grand anniversury pageuut
several rehearsals being held each day.
Iu order to allow them time for this
work they have been released from en-
general rehearsals were held yesterday
uiill. i.n.. n .lit n. ...... b.a
n(.M lv-MIin, ,1,1- (.1,1,19 HIC
taking hold of the event in good spir
it. There i a degree of recompense in
the fact that the time lost from study
is made up in dramatic training.
Th Willamette Transfer company
have recently moved out of their cramp
ed quarters on High street to the Bodg
ers .building at Trndo and High street
Lactone Buttermilk, lust what the
doctor ordered. The 8pa. 6 2
Soldiers who have served in th late
wnr aro entitled to free m-uibershlp
in the Balein Commercial tli.b, accord
ing to recent action taken by the club
directors aud so far five have availed
themselves of the offer. This member
ship is not honorary, but a real active
working membership) in whb-li the
young soldiers nre expected to not on
'y nvail themselves of the ilitb and'
nailing rooms, but to n'l nd meeting
end to vote as regular lrembers on
matters coming before the monthly
r. eetings were a vote is cal'td -for. '
Try Northern Flour, It's a Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At youi gro
Dr. Carl E. Miller has opened Us
dontal office at 510-511 U. S. bank
bldg. Phone 341. tf
ArUf 1011 teeth, fiav expert plate
tnsan, with over 35 years ex-perience.
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den
tist, 302 U. S. Nat. bank bldg. tf
A paragraph in the Jjvrrial yester
r'ny announced tho appearance of Rev.
W. L. Miam'baugh, a missionary from
i'hinn,; at the United K.Vdiiielical
church next Sunday even' rig. This
should have state! that the special
so. vice will be hell 8nndu.' Periling
at the regular hour Of ?erv ce, when
Mr, Shaiuhnugh will tell , his exper
iences in China.
NOTICE We have opened a first
class repair shop and will give the mo
toring public the very best of service.
Open nbght and day and Sundays. Ma
rion Garage. Phone 302. tf
have been remodelled since the stock
of Joe Haines has been removed. The
firm will also niu;ut:iin its oftVes ia
McMinnville. The rooms at Mi State j
street have been especially arranged
tor the new firm. j
Do yon read th Salem Woolen Mill
store ads; they're money savers, tf
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce bldg.
Fatton Plumbing company ax now
.able to take care of your plumbing
wants in their sew location. 220 M.
Commercial street. Phone 1668. tf
A. A. Miller of Linn county was
awarded $1100 damages Wednesday
niorning in the circuit court for prop
erty condemned1 by Linn county 'to
straighten out the Pacific highway at
a point between Albany and Jefferson.
imout rour miles nortn or Ainany.
There are two right angle turns in the
highway near the Millersburg station
and the county wished to straighten
the road 'by clipping off a corner of
l Mr. Miller's farm. Thev could not
agree as to damages and the suit was
Drought oeiore the Jlanon county
Dr. Mott office moved to Bank of
Commerce building, rooms 407 8. tf
Prices on fish lowers. Ling cod or
red cod sliced 15c. Whole ft eh lZe
a pound. Fitta Market. tf
I bay Junk of all kinds, rags and
bottles, metal, iron, broken down autos
and parts of autos. Give us a trial.
Steinbocle Junk Co. 326 N. Com. Kt.
Phone 305. if
While there are dispatches carrying
the news that prunes have been selling
in Portland at 20 cents, dealers here
say that the ,price is not justified by
tho New York markets. The sudden
boost in prices, they say, is due to the
fact that some commission men bought
too heavy when there was prospects
of a larger crop. With the crop only
averaging 50 per cent, theso meu were
obliged to cover their contracts at any
price. In other words, the 20 cent price
s a speculative ngure rorceo liy cer
tain interests to cover sales. iXew York
markets today would .justify a price of
17 to IS cents for the 30 to 40 sizes
and Jj to 10 cents for the intermedi
We buy liberty bonds. 31 Masonic
Lady wanted to assist the cook at
the Spa. tf
Shaw wool pool will hold Its second
meeting Friday .Tune tith 8:30 p. m. at
Shaw, Oregon. .Every one come and re
port the number of fleeces vou have.
John Smith, chairman; C. J. Hunt, sec
Yesterday was th wannest day of
tho year, as I ho government's official
thermometer registered 82. In fact, it
was the warmest dav since the 2lth of
Inst itont ember when the mercury
reached tho 82 notch. The warmest dny
of last summer was on August 30,
when the temperature reached up to
). Last year June was tho warmest
in (i it t li with a maximum average of 77.
The average maximum for July was 77
aud the average maximum for August
last year was also it. The average
L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
corner Court and Liberty.
Now going at greatly reduced
$9.73 to $24.00
$11.90 to $25.00
Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Coml. & Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
Our Expenses Are Less. I
We Sell for Less.
m 7. 1919.
1 top buggy
1 heavy hack, 2 seats
1 14-inch Oliver plow.
1 2-section harrow
1 5-passengcr Chalmers
car. Just repaired in
A-l condition. Runs
1 Flanders bug. Engine
rebuilt. Good tires,
and in good running
order. Ideal for coun- I!
try fishing trips.
9 mammoth white re
kin ducks, prize win
ners at state fair.
Sale at cor. Ferry awj
10:30 a. m. sharp
1:30 p. m.
F. N. WOODRY .
Th audience that greeted Miss Ve
nita ileKinney, of the Willamette
si hool of music, at the First Mothod
ut church Inst evening wre given a
program of piano and vo.ai selections
of the highest character, and fault
lessly rendered. Miss McKinney H)s
sckrcs a voice of peculiar resonance
and expressiveness, as brought out in
a ryvle of Iwe songs by Salter, and of
a volume seldom found with an ama
teur. In some of her cescendo pasi
fcjjes she gives the impression of un
lith ted cuiacity. At the iin'io sho doin
enst rated equal ability, gi a most
l iilliant interpretation of the Concerto
of Mendel.-) hn ,tl.d the llui(guriau
Khtt,-sdie of Li.wt.
' EmmeU and White will snip lambs,
hogs and cattle next Saturdnv, June 7.
I'hone 142;M. ' 4
Dr. L. R. Springer, dentist, Moor
Mdg. corner Court aud Liberty.
I'hone 114. tt
Salem Cigar Factory Is now mating
"La Corona" and "Little Salem" ei
grs exactly as they wore made before
the war. Smoking them reminds you of
old times. ' ( tf
I Two strong screen actors, starring in
play that arc bound to stir the blood
and excite both sympathy and admi
ration are booked for the Oregon thea
ter this week. Friday and Saturday it
i John Darrymore In "The Test of
Honor" the story of a man who was
sent to prison by the perfidy of the
woman he loved, but who is finally ex
onerated and wreaks revenge of the
most startling form upon the woman
and at the eina.time wins the love of
a pure hearted girl. Barn-more is a con
summate artist in making up, and he
injwts a thrill of interest into every
movement of the play. He i e!l sup
ported by the east," the two leading
feminine parts being taken by Mareia
Mannn and J'onstanee Binney.
Lady wanted to assist th cook at
the Spa. tf
Fbon 77 Oregon TJd and Trnf
Co. for quick service. tf
Henry E. Morris Ob. opticians of
Meilinnvilie, have opened optical par
lors oa Slate street ia the rooms that
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
' ELECTBIO PERCOLATORS
Fbon 953 379 Stat 8t
Yick So Tong
(bines Medltlne and Tea Gat
Gas medicine which will cure any
Open Sundays from 10 A. M.
until 8 P. M.
153 South nigh St.
PiiU-iii, Oregon Phone 2S2 i
Cotton, Felt Mattress 5-ply Goodyear hose
40 pounds 50 feet
Mrs. Potts Sad Irons New, Ranges, Coiled
Nickel Plated and Connected
$2.25 - $47.50 to $75
WHY PAY MORE?
Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem. .
The exclusive, select
qualities of our
equipment are above
reproach. V are
competent and cour
teously obliging. We
render efficient ser
vice and yon will
find us conservative
in our financial request.
maximum for both January and Feb
ruary of this yenr was 4(1. The average
minimum for January warn 33 while
the average minimum for February of
this year was 3ti,
George H. Banter, who ig with an au
tomobile) firm in the city, intends to
erect a dance pavilion about one mile
east of tho Oregon stnto hospital. The
building will be dear of posts and
have a floor space of 3(100 feet. Mr.
Sh liter ei'pevts to mnke the pavilion
one of the most complete in the coun
ty and hopes to have it ready for the
big opening about August 15.
A fin little farm and a living on
an investment of $:!250, part cash, in
cluding stock, implements and crops
ready to step into, 3',-j miles east, a
rare chance. See at once Win. Flem
ing, 341 MtutO street, room 7. ti ll
Dr. Mott, Bank Commerce 407-8. tf
v'lV sPciai meeting of De
isVV Molnv Coinmniulory No.
Work in the R. '. and
Malta degrees. Visiting Sir Knights
This week' drapery special Duplex
scrims, Betsy Ross drape and figured
madras, values to (1, 4ic yard. Ham
ilton's. 6 8
Although no definite 'arrangements
have been made as yet by the Red
ross, Willamette chapter, in regard
to practical hfime service nursing, at a
meeting held the other day when Miss
Iwiomis was present, the following plan
was discussed: Organize classes in dif
ferent parts of the city to give instruc
tions in home hygiene and care of the
sv'k. Through these neighborhood class
es it is hoped to have one member from
almost every family given the funda
mentals in home nursing. Then in case
of illness, to have visiting nurses in
the city who can visit in the homes
and assist in the first work of caring
for those who are ill. It is thought Hint
by giving this tours in home hygiene
and care of the sick, that in cimo of
an epidemic those who arc taken sud
denly ill will have proper earo until
a nurse can be called to give more def
inite instructions. The only cost to
those attending these courses of study
wihV be in purchasing text books nt a
cost of 30 cents.
For first class work call SocleU
Cleaners and Dyers, 1272 State ft.
rhonc lfiS4. tf
Dane M. B. A. hall Sat. June 7.
(iood four piece orchestra. Auto leaves
Masonic Temple S;30. (id
Tonijfht pupils of the Balem Indian
school at t.'hemawa will present the
two act operetta "The Windmills cf
Holland." The entertainment will bo
given in the I'liemawa auditorium.
Call 308. Highest prices paid fur
junk, second hand goods and machin
ery. Be sure and call 398, get th right
prices. The square deal house.
CAPITAL JUNK CO,
271 Chenieketa St Salem, Or.
W. T. EIQDON CO
252 North High Street
BALEM AUTO BADIATOS SHOP
Radiators, Fenders and Gas Tanks
Tractor Badiators a Specialty
All work guuiantecd, 198 S. 12th St.
?alcm, Ore;on. C l'i
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON, :a
Stop at -.jc
BLIQII HOTEL -t
"A riome Away from Home."
Strictly Modern 1 Per Day
100 "Rooms of Solid Comfort
Only Hotel in Bniness District t
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VTA
Express Serrice at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
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