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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1919)
TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1910
TO SUPPLY YOUR WANTS IN FURNISHINGS FOR MEN, WOMEN
AND CHILDREN, DRY-GOODS ANDSHOES TO YOUR BEST ADVAN
D SHOES TO YOUR BEST ADVAN-ENNY CO.
You will find us stocked with a
good supply of Scrims, Marquisettes,
Silkolines and Cretonnes
Scrims 19c, 23c, 33c, 39c and 43c yd.
Silkolines .29c yd.
Cretonnes. .23c, 33c, 39c, 49c, 63c yd.
Curtains... .$1.69, $1.98 and $2.98 Pr.,
PENDLETON ROBES . :
We have some of the famous Pen
dleton Indian Robes. They are
"some beauties" for your Auto
$7.50 and $12.50
In Good Quality of Crochet and
Marseille Spreads at'
$1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $1.98, $3.90
SHEETS and SHEETING
72x90 Sheets ...... ..98c to $1.69 Each
72x90 Pequot Sheets... .....$1.79 Each
Sheeting 49c to 69c Yard
Pillow Tubing . ..25c to 39c Yard
Striped and Flowered Art
Ticking At .
25c, 33c, 39c and 45c Yard
ouna i own t
ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER
MM I MMM
Foe fin eliss work call Society1
Cleaners and Dyers, 1272 Stale St.
Paoot 1684. it
The Salem Veil compixy tuts opened
service station end repair shop in
eonaeetioa with their salesroom with
expert shop man ia charge. All kind)
of auto repairing will be give a ctreful
Surprise Grng lodge of Turner No.
233, at a meeting held last Saturday
evening raised 130.50 for the Saivatiou
army fund. The address of the evening
was delivered by J. L. Whitehead. W.
L. Jones of Jefferson reports things &o
ing strong down his way for the Sal
vation army campaign to be put on
Jan 17 Tuesday Monthly
Meeting galea CoBaereial club
Jane 17 Tuesday First
Cherriaa bead coacert, Will
Ja 18 Wednesday Bilk's
bead dance at arnory.
"THE LAW OF MEN"
Try Northern nour. It's a Bear,
every aaek guaranteed. At your gro
With the first of the summer con-1 ),., .l. .......
eert, s,,,,1luled fo. Wilon part. te Z, Zu7 I". "' "' ""' .t 8 o'clock
iiuslioii c.i,e up lit the meeting of!:.. w. iw o a-week mo city council included 1JOO for
the eity council last evening as to ninon park. I uloss weather condi- these conceits in preparing the 1919
vaetter eome or the concerts should ! mi, uiuing me remainder of budget
oi ue nem e aen weeic in Marion ; " summer, concerts will be given In
eioare, ji nevciopca in mo discussion pnr every Tuesday and Fri
1 SHALL never forget that dreadful day
when I wondered if
ever .grce with my baby. Of course, I had tried to nurse
im, u -.-very moihcr ihoulJ. And we had tried almost
ev-rythinc, ,t icerned-but he wouldn't gain weiCht or
luve the pmlc cheeks I prayed for.
And then our old doctor said
leather hand bags at Buren's Cowi
street. t.8j ind up.
"Let's try Nmtlt'i Milk f ood
on know lliat it ii made out
of -nilk it'i tlx nirtt thing
in ih world to mother's niilk.
They arl, cereal and Jiigar to
it just tli lieht aniniiro ind
the tntiKh milk cunh at,- broken
p and ei.ici in dijjeM."
As t writ, a iturdy, twu year
old plod. prlv,ly I,,, n mf a1j
the dreadful day term; far away
for my baiiy i well.
Kcstle'i ivrryriy to prepart
-you Jut dj water and hoil
it i a powder that comes in an
ail lit; lit tin and I heat that for
fifty vearj It hai been making
Tli Nestle Company likes
to nve haliitf, im j,t ,,enl n
the toad to health. They g-ivt
m free a big Mother's Book
m bahy feeding ly .petial.
Kt, and e.ini.,;h Nestli'i for
12 feeding,. They will he E4J
ti d. this for you, too, if yu
will tend them your nam on
the oupon below.
Nolle t u pri. milk jn p,m! ,,, ,,u t.
nmhed ,i.d doi , not reunite tl fortlier ad.iitior) ol
fr frm ,7'; r"'e n,Vjt' "'"' """"" "
free from ti e daers ,.( I.ome niodi,Caiio, Neastlc's
hss Mood the ,e ol th.e generations and a, it.
TREE! Enoufih Ncstlc's for
I2feedin(J. Send ihc coupon!
NKSTl.K'H 1XM)D t'DMl'ANV, Inc.,
i-i'i Call Bldg., Kan FrunriHcn, (
I'lense send m0 free your book and
Address ,. m
ritT - 8tnte
$14.50 suit cases, now soiling at ?10.-
iii, Huron h, t oiu'i street.
85 hand bags now selling at ?1.15,
Huron t om'l street.
Dance Wednosday night at Query's
iiiiii, i,ivcHicy njatioii.
Dw'.co Wednesday night at CuorT'i
mill, iitvesier station.
NOTICE Thin Is to notify the pub
lic thfit B. 8. McNeill is the sole emu-
r of Vnllcy Brand Products consistinir
of Ten, Coffee, Extract, Spice, l!i,k
init powder, Soups, Cocoa, Chneolntcs,
Hice, Corn nnd gloss stnrch, Miicnioni,
Tnpinen, hrenkfnst foods, flssk Jelly.
Cocoii'Mits. B. R. McXeill, owner of
Valley Brank copyrights.
We pay cash for your Tord. Oleson'e
Autn Ktchs(;e. rj 19
Notice of Sale Public ale June 19,
Hl, at (he hour of 10 o'clock a. m.
t the farm of W. I,. Rimeral, deceased,
nboitl 10 miles east of Ralem, Oregon,
on the petiitnntiary roiid, nnd about
four miles north ami enst of Macleay,
Ore., all Rtock and farm implements,
inclinli ut o'e uliilliun (Inllnnl de Oleye
4100, Bnd several head of good
cows; also 13 head of goats. 018
We Imv nnd sell notes, mort
gages snd ell kinds of bonds.
HAWKINS k ROHKRTS ...
1114 Mnsonie Building
Be 'em, Oregon
ITavi"; rMmnw1 of n dmr serc
nt 444 State street, all those indebted
to me are requested to cnll at mv olo
stand to settle their accounts. Frank
Dr. Carl . Miller has opened his
dental office at 510-311 V. S. bank
bldg. Fhoi 341. tf
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Stag between Salem and Portland
Leaving Portland 6:30 a. m.
Leaving Salem 10 a. m.
Leaving Portland 1 p. in.
Leaving Salem 4 p. m.
Leaves Oregon Electric DeDOt Salem
Leaves Seward hotel Portland.
Price II each way. " 6 17
A double header in tht way of army
discharges waa filed for record yester
day in the office of the county recor
der. The first was that of David Do-
marset, dated .Inly 14, 1SIS5, and along
with it that of his giand.xon Corporal
Clyde C. Dcmarest of Woodbuin. The
corpora! served iu the infuutry with 14
mouths active service iu France. The
grandfather wus with the Third Unit
ed Mtutos cavalry dunne the Inm. two
years of the Civil war. When oreanizH-
tions tire being formed 100 jeais from
now, on the plan of the iiresent Sons
of the American Revolution, the De
ferent family will have official proof
of its part in the great Civil war nnd
also the greater world' war.
Axtifici"! teeth, have expert plate
man, with over 35 years erperlence.
at my office. Dr.,D. X. Bcechler, den
tist, 302 U. S. Nat. bank bldg. tf
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for your
repair work. Phone 1608, 220 N. Com.
street. , tf
Salem Cigar Factory is now making
La Corona" and "Little Salem" ci
gar exactly a they were made before
tihe war. Smoking thorn reminds you of
old times. tf
Last summer at the band concerts In
William park and especially at I ho Odd
Fellows concert given a few weeks ago,
the children made themselves such a
iiiance plavinir around nnd a!) over
the stand that there has been an nisist-
nt demand that somethine be done to
ciiib the youngsters and their noise
lurinjj tho playing. At the recent Odd
Fellows concert, children plared big all
over the band stand and on the kleps,
much to the annoyance of those who
came to hear the mimic. Hence there
will come before the council this eve-
ing, a rcoucat that a policeman be sta
tioned near the stand, whose duty it
Hhal! be to compel the children to
keep still or go elsewhere nnd p'ay nnd
not annoy those who eome fo enjoy
Minnetta, Magera special dimmer
term in vocal begin June 20-21. Applv
studio 821 Court St. 7-21
I buy Junk of all kinds, rags and
bottlee, metal, iron, broken down autos
and part of auto. Give us a trial.
Steinbock Junk Co. 326 N. Com. St.
Phone 305. tf
We bay liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
bldg. . tf
A New Shipment Just Received
42x42 $1.49 Each
60x60 ,....., $1.98 Each
Oar Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Coml. & Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store
that the whole household including the
patient had gone away for the after
Gooseberries, strawberries a&d Kentish!"0011 or " household had left the p.v
chernes. We are in the market. Bring ,lont "'one to make the best of the sit
tnera to our bie tj ant onnos t 8. f. uauou,
Co. passenger station. Phes Co.
corporal Elmer L. Boss arrived la
.e....w lork city yesterday, according
to a reiegram received this morninz.
He left with Company M and tia re
mained with the company during his
service in rranee. He was formerly
witn me ss. u. Kmott nrintwsr honse.
Lucille Barton, instructor at Willam
ette university, is enrolling students in
ner summer classes in voice and ni-
ano. 598 N. 17th street. Phone 1588.
Dr. IV. B. Springer, dentist. Moors
bldg. comer Court and Liberty.
Phone 114.- tf
FRUIT GROWERS ATTENTION
BIG MONEY IN DRIED PRODUCTS
SAVE YOUR FRITT
( bvaporntor equipment, about one
tliird its value) complete plant "for
snle. (Fruit dryer) ready for operation
short notice, best location in the west,
offered at "positive bargain." (came
to mc on mortgage.) Small eaa'a pay
ment required, liberal terms on bal
ance. Would consider to join with re
sponsible parties to operate commercial
ilryer. (Believe can clear $100 per day
or better.) Investigate this. For ap
pointment here or Salem address "Com
nierciul Evaporator," 5(12 Elm St
Vortlnnd. (V fl.lB
"uuvi, we nave opened a first
ciass repair shop and will give the mo- Big preparations are under way for
O. JX 'ITLL- " E' Jitney dance to be given nt
rion Garare. Phone 3K2. tf ' . armnry "cd'iPsdny evening, begin-
iung ai o o ciock. inis eariy commene-
Dr. Mott, 3ank of Commerce, 407-8.
Dr. L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
I'hone 114. tf
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Dr. B. r. Pound, recently returned
from service, announces reopening of
his dental office, oth floor I'. 5.
tiomil bank bldg. Phone 19-
Dr. W. Carlton Smith has reopened
ins otrices in the Masonic Temrt
Phone 410. (t-ik
Dr. John R. Bite, dean of College of
Music at Willamette university, will
accept a limited number of students
in voice, piano and cello, for the sum
mer. 1237 Court St. Phone 628. r C-19
The public service commission is in
bad with the city council, not oniy be
cause of its throwing a Tock at tho city
in its decision refusing alnrm signals
at Capitol and Union streets, but be
cause of another incident. It seems that
when the case was called, tho commis
sion greeted the three big railroad at
torneys with smiles and cordial lisnd
shnking, while the attorney for the
city was received in cold silence. All
of which inclines the nldermcn to be
lieve with H. H. Vandervort that the
commission has a strong leaning for
LIN'PPTROM To Mr. and Mrs. Thnre
A. Iiindsfrom, 705 Cherry avenue,
Salem, Monday June lli, 1919, a son.
1ITT.FIKER To Mr. and Mrs. Albeit
Ililfiker at, their borne 20110 Ferry
street, June' 17, 101ft, a son.
He has been named Kenneth Deibert
The ways of the inflncnxa patient In
Salem during the past few weeks are
rather out of the ordinary. A few weeks
ago one of the doctors reported lhat a
patient who had be....en quarantined,
got tired staying home and came to his
office down town to talk over the ease.
Yesterday it was reported that when a
doctor culled nt a house where an infln-
Ka-jcnza patient was quarantined, no one
nig hour has been announced in order
tliut those who wish to begin early
and go homo early will be given u
chance. Thoso who come lato will be
given a chance to dance until mid
night. Arrangements ai'o under way
for placing the 15 piece orclustra iu
tho center of the dancing floor. The
official Elks hat will make its first ap
pearanco and will bo worn by the band
and all officials who are active in put
ting on the dawo. Alxo by other Elks
who happen to own one. It is the offi
cial purple and white Elk hat that will
be worn to Klamath Fulls. Tho Elks
expect to give two big dnnces this sum
mer. For tomorrow evening there will
be an attendance of a number from
MeMinnville, Independence, Dallas
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON,
"A Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1 Per Day
100 Room's of Solid Comfort
Only Hotel in Business District
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YE LIBERTY TODAY J
The S. B. Hill farm, two miles from social everanr?.
Salem between the Garden and Silver
ton has been sold and will be pluttod
into ten and 20 acre tincts and sold
to thoso interested in- loganberry grow
ing. The tract contains 200 acres. Tire
tract as platted will be handled by
Hawkins k Roberts.
Rebvdar meeting of Chadwick chap
ter No. 37 O. E. S Tnesdav eveninv.
June 17th nt 8 o'clock. Initiation and
Famous In A DayFor Her
Oatmeal Combination Does It
Free Prescription Does Its Work frer Mc,
It At Tour Home
iTicea on flsb lowers, una cod or
red cod sliced l'c. Whole fish lie
s pound. Kitts Market. tf-
Fiau your outing early, Bishop's can
"outfit " you properly. tf
Surel Bishop's have the
Did you read the Salem Woole0
Mill store's ad todnyt You should, tf
Viavt the old borne remedy. Mrs, A.
G. Poor, Marion hotel. 6 21
Prof. J. C. Xelaon will leave tomor
row for a hotanlxing trip to Forest
tan, sun spots, coarse rorcs.
I rough skin rtidilineiw, wriukles, and, ia
fact every blemish the face, hands and
New York: It is my own discovery la,l,!, ar, npir to. If your neck or chet
and it ta.es jus, oae nixht to g such 1- tB ffitL
marvelous results, says Mae Edna able defect will disappear. It is abso
Wildor, when her friends ask her about jlutcly harmless and will not proiluce
her wonderful complexion and the im-!or stimulate a growth of hair. No ma
proved appearance of her hands and it" how rough and ungainly the hands
arms. You can do the game thing if you! a'"! rms, or what abuse thev hnvc had
follow my advice she says:: 1 feel it j through hard work and eiposnre to sun
my duty to tell every girl and woman j sand wind, this oatmeal derwillo eom
what this wonderful prescription, did : bination will work a wonderful trans
fer me. Jmt think of it. I never tire formation in 12 hours at the most,
of tellinj others inst what broncht Thoumnds who have used it hnv hn.l
nbout such remarkable results. Here is"" "" results I have had.
the idintical prescriotion that removed i Note: Tn rot tt, t.i v.
ri'sjnmuMi in uir rimh-h hi ih- i't hihi cri urieci i rum my lace, HIKK, hanita j fft
ell efforts of the doctor to pet into aim arms, mm you try it yon inn
me noune were or no aviui, iiiuo-Hiiiiif i
O follow tho Complete dirnctiona con.
irncii m every pacKnse of derwi
Yick So Tung
Chinese Xledlelne and Tea Or.
Mas medicine which will care any
Open Sundavs from 10 A. M.
until 8 P. M.
1.13 South Hiph M.
Salem, Oregon Phono 232
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T pare at your own home i, as follows; ! i. ,n i, . , V, . " , "u
tiw ,h T 'T7 "I'' '""I f"ls:" - oVdt Thc mannfa tr-
l try package of derwillo ,d .pply ,,,,, tb, MBfT It is ,4 .
t Hon wi.'l rt Th'"PP'-!'i,W , mcv refund guarantee by
t on will a.tomh you. It makes the , department store. J .n ..n
I sKin a
ppenr tranpsrent smooth ...1 .i. ,. " L "r
velvety. I especially recommend it tor P Zr ? "" " ,"
Why Pay More?
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IafJ Una IQl
Is On At 8 Sharp"!
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VIA
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
White Dinner Set
5 Ply Goodyear Hose
Gold Band Dinner Set
See Car Enameled Ware 15 Cents to $180
Peoples Fnrniture and Hardware Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem.
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