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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1919)
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FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1919.
197 BUSY STORES
A Nation- Wide Institution
With 197 Stores located in Various towns and cities in 25 different states, we
are recognized today as the largest chain of Dry Goods and General Wearing
Apparel Stores in the United States.
Our Sales in 1918 Were More than
Twenty-One Million Dollars.
This -wonderful volume of business gives us a purchasing power that enables us
Men's and Boys' Furnishings
Men's balbriggan union suits 89c
Men's Poros Knit union suits....$1.19
Men's athletic union suits 79c, 89c
Men's Negligee dress shirts 98c
Heavy Chambray work shirts 98c
Heavy black sateen shirts $1.49
Heavy khaki work shirts $1.23
Khaki work hats 49c, 59c, 79c
Khaki work pants $1.49, $2.59
Men's heavy blue stripe overalls,
genuine Steifel dye $1.19
Men's heavy blue bib overalls, big
3, ray Day brands $1.69
Men's elk hide work shoes $2.98
Men's mule skin work shoes $2.79
Men's tan work shoes, army last $3.98
Serge, worsted and cassimere suits in
a nice variety of the newest patterns.
Conservative and Waist senm models
high grade tailoring, style and fit.
Priced $19.50 to $31.75
Men's harvest hats in straw... 10c, 19c
Men's colored handkerchiefs 3 for 23c
Men's dress shirts 98c
" '"-"'j Hint uiu uciaiic, c
all sizes $1.23
Women's Ginghnra Wash Dresses
The "Bonnie Lassie" and "Sassy
Jane" makes. Good ones $2.98 to $5.90
Rungalow aprons $1.49 lo $1.98
Voile waists 98c lo $1.98
Silk waists $198 to $1.98
Women's cotton and lisle hose,
pair 12 l-2c to 59c
Women's Fibre Silk Hose,
pair 69c (o 98c
Women's silk hose $1.33 to $2.23
Children's hose, pair ....12 l-2c to 49c
LADIES UNION SUITS 49c to $1.13
At the lower prices.
Ginghams 19c to 39c
Percales 13c ft 29c
Kiddy Kloth 39c
Children's play suits, sizes 1 to 8 98c
Big girl's unionalls, sizes 10 to
16 ,. $1.49
Heavy work suspenders at 49c
Canvas gloves, ,1 pair for 23c
Canvas gloves with leather palm 25c
Woman's berrypicking leather
Men's drtfss sox, black, brown
2 pair 23c .
Boys' waists, in light percales 59c, 69c
Men's dress pants $2.49, $2.98, $3.49
and '. $3.98
Men's dress caps 79c t6 $1 98
Men's Florentine straw hats ....$1.98
Men's President dress suspen
Old Fashioned Rockford sox,
2 pair 25c
Men's gun metal dress shoes $3.98
Men's black dress shoes, Eng
lish last $1.98
Men's tan dress shces, English
Boy's Suits .
In all wool Serges and fancy Cassi
mcres. Belted and Pinch Back styles.
In a good variety of patterns and col
ors. Sizes 7 to 16 years. Priced
$5.90 to $12.50
Sheeting 49c to 69c
Bed Spreads $1.98 to $6.90
Bath towels 20c to 89c
We have complete line of Dry Goods.
Always the lowest prices
W omen's & Girls Khaki Work Garments
The modern "Sensible Garment".
Just the garment for berry and cher
Girl's sizes $2.98
Women's $3.49 and $3.98
Khaki Dresses .. $3.98
Women's khaki riding breeches $2.98
Nurse stripe petticoats $1.13
Satine and Heatherbloom petti
coats $1.23 to $2.98
Silk Petticoats $3.98 and $1.98
A3 Numbers' of McCaD Patterns '
W - "li
All Around Town
July 2 3 Annual session Ore
gon ttpasUh War Veterans.
July 1 iWcUnwIay i-ani'e
at armorr for Hjiauiah War
July 8 Reception to returned
soldiers at Marios square, 8 p.
July 4 Big Fourtk of July
celebration in Salriu.
July S Homecoming for re
July 3 5 Commercial air
plane flying in Salem.
'THE RED LANTERN"
landing near Daila. The field apirent
ly looked ail right for a landing but
there happened to tie a rather deep
hole in it and into (his hole the air-
plane found its way, breaking the ro-
pellors. .Neither of the oreupants of
tho plane were injured. It was dismant-
led and sent to Portland for repair to j
be made ready fur the exhibit at Ba-1
sit. The maungtr of the plane hoped
to do some commercial flying here this
week but as the Commercial elub had
entered into a arrangement with
Lieutenant Browne, he received no en-
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 407-1.
' Tarnished tile wall paper will make
your kitchen and bath like a china
dish. Kureu s, torn 1 tt.
Salem Cigar Tactory u now making j
"La Corona" and "Little Salem" ei-1
gars exactly as tiey were made fcefore
the war. Smoking tnein reminds you of
old times. tf
Call Parton Plumbing Co. for your
repair work. Phone 1003, 220 N. Com.
. We buy liberty Bonds. 314 Masonic
bldg. - it
Cut out borders suitable for tinted
walls now on display in south window
Hui en's, i'om'l tit.
Try Northern riour, It's a Bear,
erory sack guaranteed. At your gro
ArUfidl teeth, hare expert plats
man, with over 33 years experience,
st my office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den
tist, 303 U. 8. Nat. bank bldg. tf
I buy junk of all kinds, rags and
bottles, metal, Iron, broken down sutos
ind parts of autus. Give us a trial.
Steinbock Junk Co. 326 N. Com. t.
Phone 305. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Riggs, who are
tourinir Cnl:lfirnin. writo fc'nim T.na An.
',geltn thut they expect to soon start
north to spend a few weeks in the cool
er part of the state. They will bo in
San Francisco and vicinity next week.
For first class work call Society
Cleaners and Dyers, 1272 State St.
Phone 1084. tf
If puzled about wall tint see our
window display. Buren's, Com'l fit.
"Order of Snakes," a side line of
the HpanUh War Veterans will make
"its first appearance on the streols of
Salem Wednesday evening July 2. Just
what this orUr intends to do hns not
been announced but several of the
HpnnWk toil" veteran enufidentinllV
stute that the Bnakei will put OS Wm
Dance armory Sat. night.
Dr. Carl E. Miller baa opened his
dental office at 610-511 U. 8. bank
bldg. Phone S41. tf
Dr. L. B. Springer, aentlrt, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114. tf
Dr. B. r. Pound, recently returned
from service, announces rcopeiing of
his dental office', fith floor U. S. Na
lionnl bank bldg. Phono 11. tf
The decision in the suit of the Phez
company against the Sstlem 'Fruit Vn
ion and 104 members of the Fruit Un
ion pool, which wns argued before
Judjrn Percy Kelly and Judge George
Bing. Lambert, Tartarian, May Dotal0- '""'S'1"'" We.lnes.lny, will be given
and Kentish cherries. Wo are in the ' tomorrow. Not Hieing a jury case,
market bring them to our big plant the suit wns tried before Judge Bing
oppoaite a. I'. Co. passenger slution, or i hum wiuh Jude Kelly sitting iu on the
phone 204. l ues Co. ti ease. Iho iiicston betore the two .pidg
Picking will start at Indiau
farm Monday, June 30lh,
Will ship next Monday, two cars,
paying the hi),rhent price for all kinds
ef fnt stock. Phone evenings 2llo7J. C
D. Burdiek. 6-27
Jack Bllde, a farmer living on rural
route 6, Sulom, has filed his papon do
claring his intentions of becoming an
American citizen, lie was born in Aus
t r in-H ii unary mid arrived in this coun
try when he was kCvcii months and six
Picking will start at Indian Hill
farm Monday, .lime 30th. 6 -tl
Newport fishing season opens; ling
es is on the .injunction ashed and not
on any other merits of the, case.
Dauce armory Sat. night.
Cream, Ivory, Tan, Idght Blue and
Bom are the popular colors in Deco
niiu wall tine, nurcn s, Com'l f!t.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. Terwilliger, grad
uate morticians and funeral directors,
770 Chemekcttt St. Phone 724. 6 28
To all colonels and captains of the
Kll-s Sal villi ion army homo service cam
paign, attention. Important meeting
at Klks Salvation Brmy headquarters
at 7::i() this evening allolficers must
attend 'this meeting to report on the
territory covered and that remaining
tmc.'invnsscd. Alfo to confer on mat-
eod sliced, 15c, and whole fish ,12c per iters of great importance. General Chas.
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A new shipment just receiv
ed of splendid medium
weight materials. Ages 8 to
$4.98. $5.75 and $6.75
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & COMPANY
Com'l. & Court Streets Formerly Chicago Store j
Ice cream and cake at Hayesville
school house Saturday evening June 28
The John Hughes company has taken
out a building permit for $4000 for tho
remodeling of the Hughes property ad
joining tho Oregon theater, formerly
occupied by Khe fpencer hnrdnare com
pa 11 v. The two store rooms will ho
niniie modern in every respect and this
includes large front gfnss show win
dows. As soon as completed tho build
ing will be occupied by Kafouiy liros.
Do you read Bishop's ads if not
why notf Something interesting to you.
Dance at Turner Sat. night June 28.
Gentlemen 50c. 6 28
Among those who will go to Port
land tomorrow to attend the semi-annual
ceremonials of Al Kadcr Templo
and to witness tho initiation of 200 or
more fShiiners aro Hal D. Patton, D.
W. Eyre, Fred ,S. Lamport, A. H. Lee,
Judge leorge H. Burnett. lr. (). A.
Olson and Walter Smith. The ceremo
nials will begin Saturday and it is
pri liable that a large number of Salem
Shiiners will drive to Portluud to wit
ness the evening initiations.
Men's caps Just In read our"nd.
Salem Woolen Mill store.
Chinese Medicine and Tea &. T
Has mediciuo which will cure any
known disease. J
Open Sundays from 10 A. M. J
until 8 P. M.
153 South High Kt. t
Salem, Oregon Phono 233 J
SALH'1 BllSIOf SSW
i pound: red cod 10c pound. Pitts Mar
Dr. L. B. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
I'hune 114. tf
W.'rled chamber paid."2!ione ."t'igh
1m l. 8 2C
The Canadian service airplane that
circled Salem Wednesday noun plnyed
in hard lurk when the aviator Lieu-
tteimnt Penrn atteiiinted to make a
Exalted Huler 'SM li. V.
Dance armory Sat. night.
"Wallfelt" should be put over all
the rough plates. Buren's Com'l St.
Ifty Stated meeting of De
jL s Molav Commanderv 0.
J Visiting Sir Knights
The Slogan of Toilay and of the Future
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Why Pay More?
WHITE ENAMELED WASH
25 CENTS $2.00 to $6.50
ROUND EXTENSION KITCHEN
$17.00 to $38.75 $3150 $34.50. $43.50
RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES
MAIL ORDERS 456 STATE STREET
C. O. D. ORDERS 198 AND 186
Crown flour $3.00 1 lb Hershey cocoa 3Tc
0IyniPic ' $2-9-5 1-2 lb. Hershey cocoa ....19c
Pacific hard wheat $2 90 BaU fcct MaRQn .
Diamond c -?2.6. an(i caps:
Best cane sugar, 100 1 doz. quart jars $1X0
Punds $9-30 ! dozen nints . 9 -c
Half Ground salt, 100 ! ! J V," "Zt
pounds $1.10 1 d07en !-2 gallon Wo
Dairy salt, 50 pounds ....80c Zins Mason caps, dozen 29c
5 pounds Royal Baking Mason sure to keep rub
powder $2.63 bers, dozen 6 l-4c
2 1-2 pounds Royal Bak- Economy jars and covers:
ing powder $1.37 1-2 gallon '. $1.75
5 pounds M. J. B. coffee $2 43 qUarts $1.31
3 pounds Royal Club cof- pjnts 2Q
3 poundsTolger's-ShasS'43 'mZ.c
i coffee 51 49 Lorn flakes Armour s
1 lb. Royal Club coffee....50c Packa-?e 1Cc
I lb M. J. B. coffee 52c Corn flj,kes case .16,
,1 lb Folger's Golden package $310
! Gate coffee 52c 10 lb. cream rolled oats 6rc
jl lb. Power coffee 40c 10 lbs. graham flour 6."c
1 lb. Peaberry coffee ....42c 10 lbs. pancake 70c
:; tFfr-r -ilc 10 lbs. wheat cereal 7Cc
2-) lbs. Peabery, per lb....38c n .. ... . ei
White beans, fine quality Carnation milk, doz ....$1.,.
nound 7c Borden's milk, dozen....$1.73
t;10 lbs. dark Karo syrup 93c 3 pkg. Jell O' 3."c
.h lbs. dark Karo syrup 48c 1 pkg. Jiffy Jell 3.1c
jl gal. tea Garden syrup $1.60 2 Post Toasties 27c
jMedium Log Cabin syrup 60c 2 Kell 27c
iLarge Log Cabin syrup $l.lo 2 c p . -
ate ii oq Large Instant Postum ....43c
1 lb- Ghiiadeili's choco- ' Small Instant Postum ....23c
late 33c Plain Postum 52c
WE ADVISE CANNING ALL FRUIT AND VEGET
ABLES POSSIBLE. IT WILL SAVE YOU DOLLARS.
YOU CAN BUY FOR LESS AT
Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem.