Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, August 15, 1919, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    FACE EIGHT
SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919.
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ew Arrivals Await t
Your Selection
YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS ADVANCE OPPORTUN
ITY TO GET THE NEW FALL GOODS WHILE YOU CAN GET THE BEST
NUMBERS IN YOUR SIZE.
THERE IS A SATISFACTION IN GETTING YOUR FALL SHOP
PING DONE EARLY RATHER THAN BEING BEHIND. DO NOT WAIT
A MINUTE.
Ladies' Coats
A visit to our store will demonstrate
our early preparedness to save you
considerable money on the
Newest Style Coats
NOVELTY COATS $18.50 to $65.00
PLUSH COATS $24.50 to $59.00
GIRLS' COATS $5.90 to $22.50
PEOPLE ARE APPRECIATING
More and more the great savings we
afford them in
SHOES
You should supply your wants in this
line before the new advances take
effect.
Ladies Waists
We announce the arrival of those
nice new Georgette Waists for which
you have been waiting.
Note the Prices Here
And an inspection will surprise, and
convince you of their great value.
$4.98, $5.90, $6.25 and.$6.90
PETTICOATS
. In a great variety of materials, sty
les, colors and prices.
SATEEN AND HEATHERBLOOM
$1.25, $1.49, $1.98 and $2.98
SILK FLOUNCE PETTICOATS
$2.25 and $2.98 '
SILK PETTICOATS
$3.98 and $4.98
'J . Incorporated S
i All Around Town j
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WALLACE REID
IN
THE LOVE BUKOLAS
JOE MAETIN
IN
THE JAZZ MONKEY'
Ik
r even rented that in order to save
,the workmen the trouble of answering
questions, these "not for sale" signs
were posted.
Dane at "armory Sat night
I WllUrd Storage Batter; Service Sta
tio will move to 238 S. High St.
about Sept 1st. Yours for better serv-jle-
. 8 30
Harvest dance Macieay Sat night
8 13
Boy a Melson, formerly with the
Capital National bank ami former al
Willard Storage Battery Sonde Bta- J"rlnan, is home once again in Salem,
tioa will moTe to 238 N. High St"'1 8"-Vs ,hat intend to make Sa
about Sept 1st. Yours for better erv- . "in permanent home, lu Mareh of
is. 8 30 i ls)!i Mr- Melson left for Bcthune.
Mskateuewan, alluit 3C miles from
Gale & Company
HEADQUARTERS FOR
DRESS GOODS
SILKS, ETC.
WARNER CORSETS
STANDARD PATTERNS
LADIES COATS, SUITS, DRESSES
AND MILLINERY
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Dr. Mott Bank of Commerce, 407 8.
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A full and complete rssort merit of
drapery, materials utwd ri(jht at Ham
ilton's. 8 15
While aome counties, especially linn,
are feeling tome alarm on aceouut of
the shortage in teachers, no lack of in
structor is reported from the office
of W, M. Smith, Marion county's su
perintendent of schools. There are 13U
districts in the county, and alt have
contracted for teachers with exception
of LT.The districts thnt have not as yet
secured teachers are those with but a
few pupils or not especially desirable
on account of location. However, the
county superintendent 's office reports
no special alarm felt iu Muriun poun
jty and there is a feeling that all
: schools in the county will be properly
cared for.
This wsaJc's drapery fecial, ' Or.
tonnes, values to $1. 47c a vnrd. Hani-
I'ltou s. 8-13
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1 The People Cash utor ta paying the
I highest prices for potatoes and
eggs. 180,194 N. Com'l. Phone 4.53. 8-16
Mooeciaw. and went into thi. f mi in J
business. He notes a remarkable dif
ference in Vic general business of the
city, compared to what it was when
he left about a year and one half ago.
Champion Prone. 7e are in the
market Deliver to Phei company
plant opposite Southern Pac. Co. pas
scnger station or phone 204. tf
On vacation, of flc of Dr. O. L. Scott
chiropractic, closed from August 10th
to Aug. 24th. 8 24
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Artificial teeth, have expert plat
mu, wnn over jo years experience.
at my office. Dr. D.
tist, 302 U. 3. Nat.
X. Beechler, den
bank bldg. tf
Furnished
400.
house for rent
Phone
8 1
' Army dischargee were filed for rec
ord yesterday in the county recorders
offiee by L. L. Case nud L H. White.
! There is special book in the office
kept for miscellaneous recording, and
any one may have recorded any kind
of a document, the fee of course being
charged according to the length of the
document. iKor a discharge, the fee is
KO cents.
Highest pric pall for chickens. E.
C. !ros, A Son. 8 15
6
. lie Menma
City"
Is It G eneva or Jerusalem?
Lecture by C. J. LeRoy of Portland, auspices of the In
ternational Bible Students' Association Salem's Eccle'sia.
If there is to be a League of Nations it will demand a
World Capital and much has been said about Geneva, but
will it be Geneva or Jerusalem? Mr. LeRoy is an able
lawyer and will prove by the Scriptures which it shall be.
Don't fail to hear this subject of the day.
Moose Hall, Sunday,
August 1 7, 3 p. m.
Seats Free
No Collection
DANCE AT
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MO
Y
SATURDAY NIGHT
Th prosperous condition of tho
country amy he noted from tho num
ber of satisfactions of mortgages that
are being filed each day with Mrs.
Mildred K. Brooks, comity recorder,
lestenlny tint two mortgages were fil
ed, while I lit. number of satisfactions
of mortgages wa ten. This has been
about the proportion for several weeks'
Th prune market is quiet and ha
been In this condition for the past two
weeks. There is no selling or buying in
general although occasionally contracts
are made, even as high as '; a bushel.
The slew market now is due partly to
the low price at which the California
prune uss.-inilr.ii opened its market
and also pa-llv due to the government
probe as to prices and a desire on the
part of the big eastern hovers to Iby
low until the storm i over and until
it can be learned whether the govern
ment's probe into high prices amounts
to anything. This it the situation as it
looks to one of the prominent umne
buyers in Nnlem. '
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Const ii.it ion npso s the eu:i;e v li
tem causing serious tlleesses the
human finally. Ion 't woijv tlollix
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea will (hive
out emistipaton. regulate the bowel,
tone the stomach, ptirifv, cleanse.
Without foil give it a (ho.ro trial. 3,v!
1'. J. Fry, (f
Th harvest of strtn beans i prac
ticully at its height this week and
thev are being received in fairly gen
emus quantities at the ,w0 rannenos
and the Salem King, plant. The crop
Is considerably better this season than
last, but is far below what it would
have been if the exacted ri, had
'' July. There is a large acreage
and the vines are generally well set,
and the caunere state that even now
there n.iht be a lumper crop if rain
fell in the near future. A lima will, !,.,
beans the canneries are receiving their
fust consignment hf Jtartlett pears,
which are in very fine condition. The
mdicnt-na are thnt there will lie a
much larger crop that at first anticipated.
Tobacco Habit
Dangerous
says IVitor Connor fornierlv of Johns
11'1'kin. hospital. T)inl.n.i. .....
suffering from fatal diseases would be
in perrect health today were it not for
the uYadly drug Nicotine. Stop th,
habit now before it's too late. It's a
simple process to rid vouraelf of the
tobaceo habit in any form. Just go to
any up to date drug store and get some
I .,, laoieis: tane them as directed
jand lo; the pernicious habit quickly
.vanishes. Druggists refund the lionet
if they fail, lie sure to read large (a'd
interesting announcement br Doctor
i.""" "" ,0 ", t,'r ,hl Tf-
u mi, oanger or nicotine pois
oning and how to avoid it. la the mean
tm.c try Nicotol tablets; i-r.n will be
surprised at the result. D. J. Fry,
County Commissi on en Hunt and
oulet are east of the city today in
specting the work being done by the
countv paving plant on the Salem-Turner
road. Houdmaster Culver reports
everything progressing in fiue shape
and a record being made for laying the
base for future paving. Work" on this
rond will be continued as long as wcath
or permits.
Highest pric paid in
0. Cross & Son.
chickens. 1J.
8 13
Pickers wanted
Camp nut or live
ers 370.
. for blackberries.
n town, l'houe Mv-8-io
Cretonn skirt length for 94c. All
colors. Hamilton's. 813
Do you realise jrour opportunity is
passingf Head our ad Bishop's is the
place.
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to tllonn Robert Harden, 26, a
mechanic of liolianon and Marv E.
Thucker, a telephone onerator of Sa
lem. Both of the contracting parties
were bofn at lebanon.
Dane at armory Sat. night.
Today is th day to grasp your op
portunity at Bishop's.
It is th Intention of the Portland
Hotnry club to install a Hotarv club in
Salem, the members of which are to be
confined to the leading business men
in the city. The club v. ill be similar in
all respects to the Rotary club of Port
land where only the liveet wires in the
city are admitted to membership. Ac
cording to word received today, sev
eral members of the Portland club will
come to halem next Wednesday August
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & COMPANY
Phone 1072
Com'I. & Court Streets . Formerly Chicago Store
'4
20, to meet at luncheon a number of
prominent busins and professional
men when a charter membership wrll
be selected which later will have the
naming of those who may become mem
bers. It is understood that in Portland,
no one can be a member of the Rotary
club unless he has demonstrated in
many ways he is willing to work for
Th big dance Sat. r.tght at M. B.
A. hall near CherHnwa. At. to haves Ma
sonic Temple 8:30. ' 8 13
Going to Stayton Frluay night? A
big dance and a fcoil line for every
one. Bound trip in the bij White auto
"Oc. 8-15
Great excitement prevailed along a
certain part of the Garden rond last
evening. Mrs. Percy I'ugh, while look
ing towards the orchard of Uerald Volk
saw a man drop from tree and then
cautiously creep towards her fence.
After nuting thnt he was making his
way towards her house, she became
alarmed, thinking possibly tho man
might be the escaped convict, convict
ed t rolling "tafik recently at
Boaverton. She telephoned a neighbor.
W. V. Crig, ho took the precaution
of telephoning the state prison author
ities. In a short time several peniten
tiary guards Were on the scene. While
they could find his trucks and saw
where he had crept towards tho fence,
the man could not be seen anywhere.
Uiter it was rnported that he had been
seen going north towards Hollywood.
The description of the man tallied with
Hint of the bank robber who had just
escaped.
Salem Cigar Factory U now making
"La Corona" and "Little Salem" ei
gnra exactly as they were mnde before
the war. Smoking them reminds you of
old times. tf
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Try Northern Flour. Ift a Bear,
every sack guaranteed. At your gro
eers. tf
Don't list your farm with SOCO-
jU-1-SK.-r. unless you want to sell. 341
taie. tf
Failure to place on th upper left
hand corner of the envelope a return
address, is making extra business not
only for the Nolem rmst office but es
jpccinlly for tho dead letter office tn
Washington. Within the past week the,
lantern post Office has forwarded to the
jdond letter office at Washington, J).
X'., 121 letter thnt for some reason
could aot b delivered. On noae pf
j these letters was the return addresa of
the writer given on the upper left
hand corner. The letters will now be
'opened by the dead letter office in
I -niiiiiiiis ana returned to me writer : n 1 TltC. Tll on.
I f there happen, to be any information ! PKg- JHly JeU -C
, that will give the writer address. If
i not, after a certain period, thev go
into the furnace.
lUSICK'S
4 STORES IN SALEM
Phones 198 and 186
Office 456 State Street
Crown flour $3.00
SnowAVhite $2.95
Brilliant $2.93
This flour is from old wheat
and is much-better than new
wheat.
10 lbs. Rolled oats 65c
Lge. pkg. Golden Rod ... 30c
2 pkg. Grape Nuts 23c
2 Kelloggs Corn Flakes 27c
2 Post Toasties 26c
Armuors Corn Flakes 27c
Shredded Wheat 14c
50c Postum 43c
30c Postum 25c
25c Postum - 22c
2 pkg. Jell O A.22c
APPLES! APPLES!
We are on the market for your cull
apples. Don't let them lay nnd rot.
Remember a few extra dvir always
come in haniiy sj pick up your good
cull APPLES and take tli.'m to the
COMMERCIAL CIDER WORKS
P. M. GREGORY", Mgr.
Plvna 2194 1010 ;j. Co'" '1 St.
Did You Read This Advertisement?
Newport fishing season opens; ling
cod sliced, 15r. and whole fish 12c -pet
pound; red cod 10 pound. Fitts Jdar
keu tf
W buy liberty bond. 311 Maaonlc
building, tf
011 Patton Plumbing Co. for your
cpl SAFELY Opf
OosECUREDOo
FARM MORTGAGES
Invest in Farm Mortgages and
you will not have to consult the
financial pages of your news
paper every morning to deter
mine what you are worth. Tou
can always inventory your farm
mortgages at par; they possess
greater stability than almost any
other firm of investment.
We offer for sale the highest
type of these investments first
mortgages on improved produc
tive farms in the Willamette val
ley. Hawkins & Roberts
314 Masonic Bldg.
Nalem, Oregon.
After Sept. 1st we will be locat
ed in enr new quarters :04
Oregon Electric Building.
the welfare of the city and willing to
give his time and attention to any mttt
ters that the liotary club may doom
worthy of support.
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For thoa who would really lik to
have an idea us to what the poppy
fields of Plunders might look like, ill
tention is again called to the poppy
bed on the west side of the comt
house lawn. These are now very sug
gestive of the red field of Flaader.
The beds were prepared and planted
under the direction of the War Moth
ers club.
Salem's a Good Place to Trat'c
Wm. NEIMEYER
DRUGGIST
State Street
SATURDAY SPECIALS
Talcums.
l-'c Air Float Cc.
-." Sdex . lbc
25c Wrights ITo
2")C Pages ISe
2."c l.azell's I.tC
2.1c Colgate's 23c
Tact Powders.
7."c Vogue Royal 52c
li'ic Vogue Rice Powder 4R
0e Corona Rice .'. 3SO
'Mle Pages 33c v
"iOc Stearns Supreme- 83c
2."c Dorodcnt r 15e
2.)c Mury Stuart l&C
2 "mi Vogue Powder 15c
21c Purola Kice '. lbe
Toilet Preparation. ,
60c Suprcma Crown 43
0c Benzoin 4 Almond Cream 33c"
2!"e Vogue Liquid Po If
")0e Dcpilntory To 33
2."c Borodcnt Tooth Pnste lt
2.V Peroxo Tooth Pnste 1!C
2.")c Selox Paste IOC
2.-c Scloi Po IOC
2"c Zymolc Po 10c
-Perfumes.'
1 Oz. Colgate 60e
1 Oz. Pnrola 500
1 Oz. Hilbcrt's ....600
Drugs.
1 TViz. Aspirin Tablets 15o
2 Pox. Aspirin Tablets 2.r;o
i Oz. lilvccrine 259
1 Lb. Epsom Salts 15
Just Received a New Lot of
BATHINO CAPS
PHONE 167 Salem. Or.
I MM .
SPECIAL
Valley flour $ 2.G5
Karo Amber No. 5 48c
Karo Amber No. 10 93c i
Bob White No. 5 50c
Bob White No. 10 9Sc
Molasses No. 5 43c
2 oz. Cinnamon 9c
2 oz. Cloves 9c
China Cup and Saucer 20c
White and White Enamele'd Plates 20c
We will save you money on matresses.
Reduced prices on ranges.
2-Burner Perfection Oil Stove $14.00
BARGAIN DAY EVERY DAY
Peoples Furniture Store
271 N. Commercial St. Salem. '
MM 4
repair work. Phoa. im, 220 N. Com. 2 oz. Nutmeg 9c
. ' 2oz. Pepper 9c
Th demand for house In Salem Is 9 n7 Hinrror n
so great that when anr house is under- 1 " Z' , ,""" 5,0
going repairs aad unoccupied at thej2 OZ. Gold Star
nine, it has been found necessarr to T - ' nn.
I...- . . - - i Ajcriuuii .ir
iig sign, i tiis souse is aot for'n , , I
rent." At tare hiso. now being re- 1 OZ. UUCkej'e Lemon 22c
built there were so many inquiries a 1 9 QV BuckpVP VsniHl
to whether the house could be bought U) V ar.liia ...-C
Do you want your Freight and Ex
press out of Portland to arrive quicker?
SHIP via
Willamette Valley
Transfer Co.
PIIONE 1400