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SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1919.
LOOK OUT FOR US!
Yes we doctor and repair beyond reproach
And heart weary auto owners who rely upon us to keep
them out of trouble are never disappointed. Most auto
owners are very pessimistic about having their tires
retreaded. We have proved the value of this process
if properly done.
Also let us quote you on new tires.
All Around Town
July 16, Wednesday Dance
at armory gives by the Elks '
July 19, -Friday Cherrian
band concert at Willsoa perk,
beginning at 8 o'clock.
July 20-26 Kllison-Waite
ehaotauqua in Sit em.
Oswald & Savage
178 S. Com'l. St.
to the teacher when school begins this
I falL However, in order that the office
j of the county superintendent of schools
; W. ii. Smith, shall be informed as to
jwhat pupil are doing throughout till
county, all who buy stamp by money
earned are asked to write the superin-
tendeut. In addition to the five Uiro'l
(children who have earned enough mon
ey to entitle them to fcanks, the fol
lowing hate already qualified: Klix
abeth rsirchild, 12, of Salem, James
Fsirrhild, 9, of Salem, Thomas M.
Wewott, 8, of Aurora ard Ronald J.
Vruzell, 19, of Salem.
Dr. Carl B. Millar baa opened his
dental office at 310-511 U. 8. bank
bid. Phone 341. - tf
"EYES OF THE SOUL"
Try Northern rtonr. It's a Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At your gro
Artificial teeth, hare expert plate
maa, with over 35 years experience,
at my office. Dr. D, X. Beechler, den
tist, 308 U. S. Nat. bank bldg. tf
According to the quarterly report of
the Salem post offiice the receipts for
i t ho quarter ending July 1, 1919, for
: first class matter and sale of stumps
i amounted to -'n,9o. 92, for second
class matter, $113(1.91 and for third and
fourth class matter, 40ti9."!.
74. The minimum temperature
loin la it night was 59.
It was rather oh Illy at Phoenix, Art
ona, yesterday at the maximum tem
perature only reached 90. In Sulem It
was OH, while Helenii, Montana, man- Karl Spraucr, 30, an auto mechanic
aged to experience 92, with the Sac-1 living at 1410 Sotrtli Cottage street,
rsmento valley only 9(1, Denver 91, wants to tiivoniu a real American citi
Yakima 90, Portland till, I'or.ntcllo 92, 1 sen and has filed his first papers of
Medford 90, Calgary 83 and Winnipeg declaration of Intention. Ha arrived
fa- 'in this country when 21 years old, nine
years ago. 1'ercy Val hdwards, seaman,
of H03 Union street, Salem, also wants
to liecome an American eitir.cn again.
He was born in Wisconsin, but like
many Amerieans wont to Canada to
take up land, la 1909 ho was made an
English, citizen, according to the cus
tom and laws in Canada where one
must acquire citizenship there to take
up lnmt. However, as soon as Mr. Ed
wards not back to America, which was
Just a fw weeks sito, he wanted to le
an American citizen agiiin. Yesterday
he filed bin declaration of intention.
Royal Ann Cherries ....10c lb .
Bings, Lamberts 10c lb.
Red Raspberries 12c lb.
Black Cap Raspberries..lOc lb.
Blackberries (Lawtons)..8c lb.
Loganberries 8c lb.
Evergreen Blackberries..Gc lb.
Bartlett Pears.... $G0 per ton
We furnish boxes and crates.
Come and aee us before you sell.
Warehouse High and Ferry Sts.
Office 512 State St. Salem, Oregon
The ladles of the 1st Christian church
will meet Monday afternoon July 14th
nt 2 p. m., in the church pariors.
Special meeting of Multno
mah chapter No. 1 H. A. M.
this evening. Woik in the H.
A. degree. The work will be
done by the grnnd officer.
Visiting companion welcome.
Lunch will be served by John
Mraud Mrs. O. E. Terwilllgor, grad
uate morticians and funenil directors,
770 Clieineketii ttt. l'honc 724.
Newport fishing season opens; ling
cod sliced, ISc, and whole fish 12c per
pound; red cod lOe pouid. Fittt Mar
Dr. L. R. Springer, dentist, Moore
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114. tf
Save Your Eyes
- t-jl t.
Wrong eyeglasses are worse some
times than none
If in doubt about your present
glasses or your eyes
We will examine your eyes thor
oughly and advise you honestly.
DR. A. KcCULLCCII, OPTOMETRIST
201-5 Salem Bank of Commerce Building
Why Pay More?
BARGAIN DAY-EVERY DAY
AND A SPECIAL REDUCTION THURSDAY
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ON SUIT CASES
TRUNKSOIL STOVES, RANGES, TABLES, LIB
RARY TABLES, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, BEDS,
SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES. '
WHITE AND WHITE ENAMELED WARE 20c
Peoples Furniture and Hardware Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem.
No license necessary when one wish
es .to buy explosives. A circular was re
ceived yesterday by all licensors of ex
plosive as follows; " As the explosive
reKiilntiiim net has been revoked by
congress, effective at tin close of bus
iness June HO, Hi I U, and licensee are
no longer required by pursuus purchas
ing or ii in f explosives, you are re
quested to aend to this office all your
records and supplies." The circular
letter is from the department of the
interior. buriuu of niiiu1, explosive
first Church of Christ, Scientist,
Sunday services are held af ,n fn
mckcla street at IT tt. m, InltW
tho JJibla lossoa, ESSSfrVt9t
i iiy school at V:4 ft S kuCSfewC
evening testimonial meeting l ju
Keating room :!() .Masouie iempiu, opou
every day except Hnndny and holidays
from ll:4,"i a. m. to 3 p. m. All are in
vited to our sorveea and to our read
Rev, Leland W. Porter of the First
Christian church, and Rev. Ralph L.
Putnam of the Court street church,
were elected vice president and record
UK secretary respectively, of the Ore
gon Christian Missionary sosiety at tho
aiinuiil meeting Tuesday at (lmstian
Baiera Cigar rectory is now making
"La Corona" ad "Little Salem" ci
gars exactly as they were made before
uhe war. Smoking them remind you of
old times. tf
The county Jail now has three board
ers, O. t'. Tabler was arrested yester
day on the charge of non-iipoi t." The
two young men arrested a few days
ago for speeding- in Portland and who
wore suspected of having something to
do with tho reocnt Silvciton robbery,
are still in jail awaitiug a report from
the itinie keeper of tho ship yardB
where the Voung men claimed they
worked on the night of the robbery.
When arrested, they were ia possession
of souno of the goods stolen at Silver
ton, according to the report of the of
ficers. Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 407-8.
I I bay Junk of all kinds, rags and
bottles, metal, iron, broken down autos
and parts of autos. Give "us a trial.
Steinbock Junk Co. 320 N. Com. St.
rhoae 305. tf
Dr. L. B. Springer, aentist. Moors
bldg. corner Court and Liberty.
Phone 114. tf
Notice: I will not be responsible for
any debts unless contracted for by my
self, personally. Ward N. Barrett. 711
Dance at armory tonight
Alice Slceen was arrested last eve
ning and lodged in the city jail on a
warrant from Portland. There seems to
be an entanglement of her matrimon
ial affairs according to the police. Any
how, word waa sent down from Tort
land thnt an officer would be here af
ter her. She hna filed divorce proceed
ings against Cassie John Skeen, alleg
ing bad treatment and jealousy on his
part. No children or property are n
volved and she aks no alimony.
Vlarl The old home remedy." Mrs.
A. Q. Foor, Marion hotel. 7-12
Dance at armory tonight.
Blng and Lambert cherries. We
are in the market "bring them to our
big plant opposite 8. V, Co. passenger
station, or phone 204, Phex Co. tf
If you belong to au aero club of any
kind, now is the chance to attend a
renl meeting. Invitations have been
issued by the Aero elnti of Oregon, an
nouncing a meeting of members to be
hold next Monday evening at Portland,
in the r,rcen room of the Portland chain
ber of commerce, Oregon building, sev
. For first class work call Society
n i t - 1070 a . b
Phone i6U. tf
Dance, Stayton Friday night. Track
leaves Masonic Temple at 7 o'clock.
Round trip 5tlc. Hunts orchestra. 7-11
Dance M. B. A. hall Saturday night.
Four piece orchestra. Auto leaves Ma
sinie Temple 8:30. 7-11
Dance at armory tonight
B. C. Eriessl Is In the city jail
charged with iburjj'lnry. The charge is!
Iiased on a section of Lord's Oregon I
Laws as 'fololws: "If any person shall
break and enter any dwelling house in
the night time an which there is some
human being, with Intent to commit a
crime, or having entered with euch in
tent, and shall assault any person law
fully therein, he shall be guilty of
burglary." According to this aectioa
of the statutes, if a person enters a
house at night lime ami hhwiiiIIs any
one. the crime of burglary has been
eommittod, and upon conviction, liable
to a sentence of from 5 to 15 years In
Dance at Query's hall Livesley sta
tion, 6at. July 12th. 7-12
For Salet $2000 banfe stock paying
dividend, not a .Sulem (bunk. Write 3
Dance at armory tonight.
Some rowdy youngsters living in the
north part of the city are headed for
the Iboy's reform school, according to
the police. A few days ago shortly af
ter a cement walk was laid on north
Broadway, eevcml boys walked over
the eenicnt before it had hardened and
did some marking of letters that will
make it necessary to either recon
struct part of the walk or chisel out
the si-.'ns and letters, as well as the
CABO OF THANKS
T wish to thank all who a-Ufod me
annuo- tue tnxie nread contest. Winin-
Permanent and temporary positions open for young
Women with or without experience.
Applications will be receive! during the present
strike at our Central Office in Salem, Telephone Build
ing, 170 North Liberty Street
The Pacific Telephone &
We bay liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for your
repsjr work. Thone 1008, 220 N. Com.
during tue in
The state convention of the Chris- i
tian churches will continue over flui
dity, and the congregations of the two
local churches will go to Turner for
services that day, Autos will bo at the
churches al K:U0 a. m. for those who
gather at that hour. Wednesday eve
ning at the Kirnt church the new organ
will he heard for the first time, and
tho beautiful "Madame IhtHcrf ly "
reading will be given. Prof. T. 8. Hub
erts, Mrs. Leland W, Porter, Lena
Belle Tartar, Leonia Oshorn Peterson
and the male quartet will appear on
Jndge George O. Bingham this morn
ing granted the injunction 'ed for
by the Kings' Product company
sgaint J. W. LalVUette, requiring him
to deliver to the company his logan
berries at S'-a cents a pound. He is
among the several growers who were
sued by the Kings Products company
a few days ago for the delivery of ber
ries contracted, but whU h was compro
mised by the agreement that the grow
ers should deliver at 5 cents, while
the roinpanv should depotit with the
court the difference between jv cents
pound and 'he maiket price. How
ever, Mr. IjuPollette did not unite
wiia the other growrs sued, and hence
injunction was brought against him In
dividually. Salem's a Good Place to Trade
j The hand grenade banks, to be given
i tho school children of Marion county,
sro for those who earn money to buy
war savings stamps duiiug the sum
j mcr vacation, and in urdcr to further
t he entitled to a bank, the pupil must
write au eswy telling all aliout how
the money was earned, and submit it
Our experience and
into the science of
eur profession man
tles us with the au-
thority to serve with
a wise discretioa.
You're not dressed if you haven't a
shirt on neither are you dressed prop
erly if you haven't an Arrow shirt, at
Wo wish to thank our many friends
and neighbois and members of L. L.
L. L. for the many kindnesses and
beautiful flowers during the sickness
and death of onr beloved husband and
father. Mrs. urnli Sutton, Mrs. (i. II.
'IVrbvshire, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. K. Brown,
"Mrs. Ruth Fluke and Miss Blanche Sut
ton. Dance at armory tonight.
Finds no place in this bank. It's officers and em
ployees are glad to form the acquaintance of each
depositor and extend every courtesy to them.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J. H. Albert, President Jos. H. Albert, Cashier
We do high grade Jewelry Repair
ing quick service.
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Jewelers and Opticians
eit Corner of State and Liberty Streets
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Tonight, dance U. B. A. hail. Tour
lece orrhea'ra. Auto leaves Mnsouic
Mothers Your boy's health demands
thnt you pnnhase a palm beach suit
at Bishop s.
According to the books of Clyde O.
Rice, city treasurer, at the clone of the
yearly quarter, .Inne 30, the city had
on deposit in the city tanks the siun
of iti,."i.fil. This sinount is scatter
ed through a doren or so different
funds, and not available only as these
fnnds aro called upon. The receipts of
the eitr for the three month ending
June an, amounted to 90,4M7, while
the disbursements for the same months
amounted to 1 l!l,"9.61. Included in
the amounts pjiid out during the last
quarter was :13,2JS.M tsking up spe
cial svwer bonds and 3.1.S.11.M in tak
ing up Bancroft paving bonds.
Dance at armory tonight.
Bishop's Palm Beach suit for boys
are Inexpensive resd today's ad and
save his health Bishop's always.
Dane at armory tonight
je Slogan of Today and of tie Future
Ship By Tftck
I lust received several shipments of
phonographs and now have si! the dif
ferent colored case in walnut, light
oak and mahogany. This is the most
complete showing of phonographs we
have had in over a vear. Geo. C. Will.
IS YOUR BUSINESS PROTEQED
You have locked your money in a safe, placed
your automobile in a garage, but what have you
done with your business. It represents MONEY
and is MONEY and therefore should be locked up
with an adequate and comprehensive ACCOUNT
Let us serve you in this capacity.
TRCitlLEY AND HENDERSON
Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Portland, Oregon,
For a Greater Maioa Cccnty PATRONIZE Local Merchants
For a Greater Maica Coisty-PATROMZE Local Merchants