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r SALEM, OREGON
i --ir- TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1919.
ALL AROUND TOWN
Come In and See Our Fine Line of the Latest In
j Woinnreini's Waiste
"THE NEW MOON"
, BENNETT COMEDY .
-The Quality, Style and Price will Please You
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We Have Petticoats
J That will satisfy alL You will find thein in Silk, Heatherbloom and Sateen in
nam ana fancy ratterns m 1'rices from :
$1.25 to $4.98
' New Minerva Yarnsjust received in a Nice Range of Colors.
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A gospel meeting will be held In the
Scandinavian Methodist' chrtrch, , 15th
and-Mill streets 'Wednesday 'evening
onsmoncing at eight o'clock: Rov. Bur
, eVsll of Tucoma. ami Bov., Ecklund. of
Portland will preach. The ficandinavian
public is cordially, invited to this gos
, All store will be closed Labor day,
? Monday Sept; 1st.' .8-30
A Ur delegate and a reserve lay del
egate from the Frst Methodist church,
TBT THE SALEM STUDIO FOB -
384 STATE STREET
to attend the next lay electoral confer
ence, will bo elected at a meeting to
be held at the church on the evening
of Sept. 4. All members of the church
more" than 31 years old may'vote.1
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for your
repair work; Phone 1608, .220 N, Com.
8ALBM - AUTO HADIATOB SHOP
Radiators, fenders and gas tanks
repaired. Tractor radiators a specialty,
ford radiators' for sale. 190 8.- 12th
St, Salcin Or. -0-22
- Willard Storage Battery Service Sta
tion wiH move tn :3S V at
about Sept. 1st. "Yourb for butter, serv-
Due to railroad strikes in the east
and the uncertainty as to when' freight
can be delivered, W. M. Hamilton, local
niperintendent of the Portland Rail1
,wav Ijight and ..."Power company says
that materials for the construction of
the new gas generator of the Salem gag
plant will be delayed. The manufactur
ers ...write that due to conditions, it is
rothcr indefinite as to when th ma
terials Will be shipped.
Just received a supply of "Motorl
life," the gasoline savor. "Motorlife"
removes carbon, cleans your engine
and. will give you more .power. Revere
tires arid tubes.' Clark's Tire House,
319 NCommetcial fit.' '.'': .8-29
, . Free Stones, Fine for Canning
Delivered North of Mission V
Phone your order( .
WARD K. RICHARDSON
2:595 Front Street Phone 494
Do you want your Freight and Ex
pressjout of Portland to arrive quicker?
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' should be invested and work
ing for you. Your first con
sideration should be SAFE
TY. INTEREST BATE should be
fair and conservative. A high
interest rate very often
means ft smaller margin of
safety and- security.
COUi VENIENCE AND SER
. VICE should be valued high
ly. We collect and remit IN
TEREST and PRINCIPAL
PROMPT-i and without
OUR FIRST MORTGAGE
FARM LOANS on improved
farms in the WILLAMETTE
VALLEY are always worth
PAR. .WE purchase LOANS
' if you need to CASS your se
FARM MORTGAGES are
held in highest esteem by
LIFE INSURANCE COM
PANIES and SAVINGS
- BA.K8; No' investment can
give yo better satisfaction.
THEIR MERE POSSESSION
BEGETS SOUND SLEEP.
Nine years in the business of
loaning . money safely on
farms. OVE. TWO MIL
LION LOANED without the
loss of a DOLLAR.
We wiU be glad to talk to
you about YOUR MONEY.
314 Masonic Bldg. .
Salem, . Ore.
After Sept 1st we will be lo.
cated in our new quarters
204.207 Oregon building.
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
man, with over 8!S years experienoe,
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den
tist, 302 TJ. S. Nat. bank bldg. tf
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Mrs. Stlth will more , her" millinery
department in the balcony of Kafoury,
Bros, new store Sept. 1st. 8-26
W. W. Moore and family are home
from an extended automobile tour into
Rainier National park, and on into Brit
ish Columbia." Mr. Moore had figured
on just going to Rainier park and stay
ing a few days but traveling was so
fine that he extended his tour up into
the country where the driver urns to
the left. '. t
. Crawford canning peaches now ready
at Louis Lachmund's ranch in Keizer
bottom 5 miles north of Salem. Bring
your boxes. H. W. Bowden, foreman.
Phone farm 2W3. tf
Dr. Mott, Bank of Commerce, 407-8.
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For the shopper who puts everything
off to the last, it has been suggested
that attention again be called to the
fuft that all stores will be closed fn
Salem next Monday, with the possiblo
exception of meat -markets and baker
ies, and these are expected to remain
open only for a few; hours. The first
Monday in September has been desig
nated as labor, day and. there, will be
no business transacted ijt- the '.city on
that day. ., .''. ,
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We buy liberty1 bonds. 314 Masorjc
building. ,'..' ,v tf
Try Northern.'; Flour.; It's a Bear,
every sack guaranteed.5 At your gro
cers. - - tf
. Dance, Hurst hail Thursday night,
given by Knights- and Ladies of Se
curity. Everybody., welcome. 8-28
Elks attention: Lamar Tooze, a life
member of Salem lodge No. 336, B.
P. 0.: E. will lecture tonight at the ar
mory in behalf of the women 's build
las fund of the .University of Oregon,
under , the auspices rof the Salem Wo
man 's club. All members of the Salem
lodge are earnestly urged to attend.
Chas. R. Archerd, exalted ruler; H. J.
Wiedmer, secretary. . '
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Parties wishing to attend the auc
tion sale of thei.Redfern cottages to
be, sold at Newport Thursday, August
28th at 1:30 p. m., should leave here
Wednesday at 10 a. m., Southern Pa
cific. . : . '
This week drapery special, full color
lino Bundour window drapes, values to
1.50 yard, special 95c yaTd. Hamiltons
store. , ' .. 8-27
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j Round Extension Tables
Oak Dining Chairs
l Special new $85.00 Gas Range .........;..$50.00
: ; Babcolin perfect floor covering, yard.....65c and 85c
: : , BARGAIN DAY EVERY DAY
I: Peoples Furniture Store
: : t 271 N. Commercial St. Salem.' l ;
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O. p. Bishop has been elected presi-
tion, which recently met in Portland
and Ben Selling vice president. It is
stated that the association of Oregon
clothiers Wfla nvuniiri it nn.
nblo the clothiers of the state to com
bat unscrupulous manufacturers who
uvo ui Ken aovniunge or tne lack or
nrunn'tKHt inn in fni alatd n...l
been placing a higher price than neces
sity on goods sold to Oregon merchants.
"o "- vwi wio
cod sliced, 15c, and whole fish 12o per
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i'uuuu, rou cuu aue pouna. ritts Mar
ket . ..... tf
Willard storage Battery Service Sta-
Knn wfll mmv mo X; tt o.
about Sept. 1st. Yoirj for hotter serv-
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This week drapery special, full color
line Sundinir window drapes, values to
1.50 yard, special 95c yard. Hamiltons
store. :- . ; " 8-27
- APPLES!.: APPLES!
We. are on tho inarkot for your cull
apples. Don't let them lay and , rot.
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Remember a few extra d urs always
come in handy sj piek up your good
cull APPLES and take them to the
COMMERCIAL CIDER WORKS
P. M. GREGORY, Mgr.
P; .ua 2194 1010 N. l on'l St.
Did You Read This Advertisement?
( buy and sell notes, moct-
g d all kinds of bonds.
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
II 114 Masonio Building
a Salrm, Oregoa
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Lamar Toose, who is to lecture this
evening at the armory under the aus
pices of tho Woman 's clnh will ..-vi,.
in the city on tho Southern Pacific at
M o clock and will he met hv
of the American Legion. He comes to
can-in airecr trom Aledrord, and to
morrow will sjwak at Falls Cilv, As
Mr. Toose is a life member of the Sa
lem lodge, Elks of tho city are taking
a special interest
Here, ami all memln-rs of the lodge
have been urged to attend by the ex
alted mler, I'hns. R. Archerdl
Our experience '
and extensive re- '
search Into the '
Science of our .
ties us with tho
nuthority to ;
serve with a
The Biggest and Best Assortment in town
at popular prices. Pattern Hats direct, from
the Fashion Centers of New York. Also
trimmed models finished in our own expert
LADIES' HATS - - - $1.98 to $8.50
; CHILDREN'S HATS $1.49 Q $475
Our prices Always the Lowest
Gale & Company
Com'l.-Court Sts. . Formerly Chicago Store .
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. Early Crawford
Noted for their flavor. Bring your boxes vto the or-
chard and get them fresh. 3 blocks from end of
Twelfth street carline.$ 1.50' and $2.00 per box.
T. I DAVIDSON, i
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