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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 191
YOU WILL FIND THAT THE
C. PENNEY CO.
Is by far the best place to get
Apparel of all kinds,
ters where they are
chants, but we have
the year around and
ing game. In buvine
better styles they are
prices due to buying
YOU WILL BE
Our buyers do not make hurried trips to the style cen
not acquainted, as do so many of the one-store mer
uit; oesi, Duyers to oe gotten and they are on the ground
become thorouehlv familiar with nil nno-ioa f tt,a knv.
from us you get an opportunity to take advantage of the
able to pick,, as well as to take advantage of the low
m such large quantities for our 197 Busy Stores.
PLEASED TO LOOK OVER OUR FINE ASSORT-
Coats, Suits and Dresses
Qirrre - l.....'-..-.......'....$14.75 to $65.00
-- .....:j24.75 to $45.00
AND, WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW THEM TO YOU
PRICES ON THESE WILL RANGE . FROM .,...$3.98 TO $6.90
I ' . T m
Jfr. and Mrs, Albert Kaufman and
amily of Snlem, have returned home
ftor spendme a few days visiting his
fcrnthor, John J. Kuiifman and family,
i Bugejie Register.
. Mrs. Laura E. Cheshire of 6aIom,
who has bwn visiting at'CoquUle, re
turned to Eugeno yesterday and will
tpond ft week here, before going on to
Oakland, California, where she will re
nain for the winter. .Eugene Begiater
MOTI IER'S FRIEND
Bring them In area It you have only
few pound. Wo furnish boxes and
The regular monthlv meeting of the
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First Prsebyterian church will be held
High and Perrv Street I " "le c,u,rc" parlors Friday afternoon
Phone 717 ,t B:im' Mr"' "WR II. Lee of Now-
Offlr. K19 Rt.t. of 1 i!10'' wil1 11)6 P'flwnt and will tell of
f nee 512 State St, . Salem, Or. (W daughter's work in India. Miss Lee
George Claris, of the Clark & Hen
ery Construction company of Salem,
returned to that city yesterday after
two day spent hore inspecting the
paving being dono on the highwuy be
tween Junction City and Eugene Eu
Frank Simon of Salem, has accepted
a position with the Oriffin-Babb Hard
ware company. Mr. Simon returned a
fotf weeks ago from France, where ho
saw service with the quartermaster
corps, first division. Eugeno Register
. 4 11 m
! DIED ;
JOUY At the home of her sister la
Ma'rshficld, Mrs. Emma M. Jory,
8'eptember 3, 1D19, at tho age of 58
years. . '
Besides her husband, OHver Jory of
Salem, she is survived by one son, Lew
Mrs. Jory had been suffering for
some time from henrf trouble and has
been visiting in Marsiificid with her
sister, Mrs. J. E. Edwards. She passed
the greater part "of her life on Coos
river and was tho daughter of Jona
than Hudson, a Ooos county. pioneer.
As yet no funeral arrangements have
Is , now a missionary in that country
and as Mrs. Lee- was formerly a Salem
resident there are a number of persons
who will be interested in hearing of
her daughter's labors. All the women
of the parish are urged to attend the
meeting and the social hour which will
Lieutenant Allan O. Carson attired
home hist evening after two years of
service in (Franco and with the Ameri
can army of occupation. For a time he
served as iustructor with the 28th in
fantry. After receiving his commission
he was assigned to the Rainbow divis
ion and tookjiart in some of tho heavy
fighting just before tho signing of the
armistice. Ho is the son of Mrs. John
A, Carson. Having been graduated
from the Salem high school, he was
attending Willamottc university when
he voluutecred for servico in 1917,
Word waa received ttxlay of tho
death of Miss Belle Orover, dean of
women, McMinnvillc college, at Seat
tle where she was attending a special
course at tho University of Washing,1
ton. She was taken suddenly ill about
two Weeks ago. The funeral services
were hold today at McMinnville.
All Around Town )
A SPOBTINCr CHANCE
Dr. O. E. Prime In Dr. O. B. MUes
office, Ladd & Bush bank bldg. 9-25
Sr. Mott, Bank of Commerce,
Woodry, . the auctoineer, leaves for
Eugene on Monday to sell an improved
30 acre farm at public auction.
Indian Hill Farm, Crawford peaches
1 to $1.50 per bushel. Phone 516. tf
We buy liberty bonds. 205 6regon
George E. Halvorsen of the Marion
garage announces todsv that . car load
of Franklin cars was received this
morning. They are of the touring mod
el and of the 1920 Franklin design.
Try Northern Flour,
every sack guaranteed,
It's a Bear.
At your gro-tf
Artificial teeth, nave expert plate
man, with over 35 years experience,
at my office. Dr. D. X. Beechler, den
tist, 302 U. S. Nat. bank bldg. tf
B. E. Cable executor of the estate
of Mary C. Holt, has been cited to ap
pear before the county court on Sept.
25 to show cause, if any, why he will
no"t. nfiv tllA Amount nf W Tt' TTtlmna
one of the attorneys for the estate.
, o .
Indian TTill "Farm nrawfnrri ywarioj
!$1 to $1.50 per bushel. Phone 516. tf
o . .
Call Patton Plumbing Co. for your
repair work. Phone 1668. 220 N. Com.
street. ',; -! tf
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Teachor nf -oHnHn W nf mafiiMi
orchestra training. Miss Elizabeth
Levy, 563 Court St. Phone 244. 94
Marriage licensee were -issued yester
day: Andrew' Shepard, a farmer of Sil-
verton to Ada Jones, also of Silverton.
To Virgil T. Haines; 18, of. Silverton, a
chauffeur to Margaret C. fFaught, 18,
of Salem. ..
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The big dance Sat night at M. B.
A. .hall near1 Chemawa. Auto leaves
Masonic Tcmple,C6:30. 9-5
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Don't mind the rain. Good gravel
roads to Lakebrooft dance tonight.
' Henry 0. Shields, administrator . of
the estate of Susan Gertrude Wells
Shields, has been "authorized bv the
county court to sell for cash 86 acres
of the estate located in T. 10 S. R. 2
W. The order was made on a petition
and showing that the sale was for the
best interests of the estate.
I'flti be used
to sew no wire cnts on stock.
neeaie sua spool or wnxeu tiireHd, e cents.
My mall, TO cents. Full iliwtions with
same. The Hrown Mrcnntlle Co., 171 First
Street, Portland. Ort'tfnn.
Do you want your Freight and Ex
press out of Portland to arrive quicker?
T,M., Ml M
Now On. New Heaters at Old Prices
SEEING IS BELIEVING
TRADE IN YOUR OLD STOVES
We will Save You Money.
Peoples Furniture Store !
271 N. Commercial St. Salem. 5
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP
Radiators, fenders and gas tanks
repaired. Traetor radiators a specialty.
Ford radiators for sale. ln S. I2th
St., Salem, Or. 9 22
We are on the market for your cull
apples. Don't let them lay and rot
Remember a ew extra d urs always
eoma in hanuy SJ pick up your good
cull APPLES and take them to the
COMMERCIAL CIDER WORKS
P. M, GREGORY, Mgr.
PJ m 2194 10 10 N. torn 'I St.
Did You Bead This Advertisement?
Hear Peppy Ole sing at Lakebroote
tonight. ' ' '
Dance Independence Fridav nurht.
Salem's best music, ,
... . wo i.
A man was in town yesterday in
some sort of an 6ffioial capacity, mak
ing inquiries as to whether the people
lin 'general wefe satisfied .with, the
present service of the express com
panv. under federal ndminist.rntinn.
On frank and honest person said he
.considered the service "rotten."
Whereupon the official" exclaimed,
" Why, T am really surprised. You are
the only person in town who is not
pieasoa with the present service."
Dance Independence Fridav nisrht
Salem's best music. ...
Come and pick them.
. ,; Bring boxes.
Per box. Down Valley nd S-i
miles, in Mission Bottom, lVa
miles west from Hopmre.
, Ji. L. JONES RANCH
F JlcCormick $
Yes, Ole the jazz singer will be at
Lakotvrook again tonight.
Mlrs Agness Arnold of North Santi-
am is taking the . examination for a
teacher's certificate today at tho of
fice of the county superintendent.
There are two pupils who are taking
an eighth grade examination, which
will entitle them to attend a high
school, if they happen to make a sat
Lakebrook dance tonisht. Biir bus
leaves at 8:S0 sharp.
Dance Confetti dance at M. B. A.
hall Sat. night. Silverton stage leaves
U. K. depot 8:30. Don't miss it. 9 5
Prune interests state that within two
weeks all dryers in the county will be
doing business. In the southern part
of the state around Myrtle Point, the
work of drying prunes has already be
gun. The Drager plant in Salem is now
taken up with tho evaporating of lo
ganberries, but it is expected that these
will -be ortt of the way for the prune
season. The prune market is quiet and
nuycrs in the east are not just at pres
ent placing orders. The impression is
tna tney are just waiting to see what
is going to happen in the campaign
for lower food costs; -
of an inch up to 8 o'clock this morn
ing and attempts at showers today.
There hasn't been a real genuine rain
since May 27 when the precipitation
was only one quarter of an inch. .The
heaviest rainfall in June was only .05
of an inch and in July the only rain
that counted was .04 of an inch. The
last time when there was a genuine
Willametie valley rain was nn Anril
19 with .55 of an inch. t)i irt rinv
m, . . ' " v
,mu or an inch and the following
uur wim as or an inch.
If a soldier has been wounded, but
upon his discharge reported in good
physical condition,, ho is given no phys
ical disability. (But if he later suffers
from the effect of this original wound '
he is entitled to a disability compen
sation. This ruling is according to in
structions received at tho home serv
ice section of the Red Cross with of
fices in tho post office. The only point
to be considered is whether the origin
al cause of tho soldier's disability
dates back prior to receiving his dis
charge. Soldiers are also notified that
the rates for cnmnpnsiitinr, hnva
increasing, and that if a disability clc-
""W even v ii discharged in good
condition, there is also the opportunity
for vocational training.
-Dr. Roy D. Byrd has filed his dis
charge papers for record ;
of the county recorder. At the time of
his discharge at Camp Dix, April 12,
no noia ine rank of captain in
the medical corns. 31(5 unmtnrir ,.,;.,
91st division. Notations on his dis
charge show that his battlo engage
ments inciuao tnat ot St. Mihiel, the
Mcuse-Argonne offensive and in Bel
gium along the Scheldt.
OOjectintr to certain
?iaie ooara or fish and game com-
unasiouers, in 'Duying land in Lane
county,- H. A. Holmes a short time ago
brought suit against the commission.
The commission demurred, on the
ground that the complaint did not
state facts sufficient to constitute a
cause of action. Judge Bingham, over
ruled the demurrer yesterday, and now
the commission will be obliged to file
an answer to the complaint.
To attend the V. S. bank pig club
meeting held last Satiirdov irtn,m,r.
at the Commercial club, two little pig
club members, Georgia Sneed and Dor
othy Sneed walked six miles from
meir uome on rural route 6.
Durine tha month nf A itmio
w V4 uou, uic
Home service section of the Red Cross,
with offices in the post office build
ing, wrote 389 letters nn mutton niat.
ing to the welfare of returned soldiers.
rc. y.o bailie mio contact ana
helped in various ways 73 soldiers who
had never before ciillo of k.inn..
tors. In addition to helping families
vini wiiom it nan oeen working in
muntns, auring August the
service came into .enniaot on i,nl.i
lt)6 families. For relief work, and for
am inai was aeemea most urgent, the
uuiiih eervree section spent during Au
gust, the sum of $296.55. This work is
in not only giving immodiate relief,
sometimes financial to the soldiers
themselves, but in airliner th
cure employment. Also in securing back
auu uujusiing other matters to
aid the returned soldier. ' '
Money will be returned to those who
ordored surplus army food supplies at
the Salem post office in lots of less
than one case. There wns much nn.
fusion at first, and no positive orders
irum me post ortice headquarters at
'Washington as to whether a post office
could take orders in less than case lots.
There was positive orders that only
case lots would ho shipping, but noth
ing as to whether small orders could
be taken and the whole made up into
case shipments. Now the order has
been received tha a post office shall
aCCent Onlv CRSO Int. nvrlpra TTiinna
those who bought an assortment of
various Kinds, but not enough of each
to -make a case, will be returned theia
moncv. The onlv nxi-pnfim, ia
and as bacon is packed in small con
tainers, an orders will be forwarded,
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Amelia Stockton, administratrix of
the estate of J. U Stockton, has peti
tioned the countv court, for
to use a certain sum of money for tho
erucuon or a suuarjie monument over
the grave of Mr. Stockton. She recites
in her, petition thnt it is tho desire of
herself and other heirs to expend the
sum of ."M336.43 in procuring a suit
able monument, carina fni tlm onmn.
pery lot and to place with some bank
pari oi mo amount from which is to
be derived an annual fund for the
maintenance of the monument and lot.
Tho county court grnnteckthc order as
asked for in the petition.
The fall samester of Wtllnmotta iini.
sity will begin September 15 and as
usual there will be a number of young
men wno win tie glad to get work
mornings and PTPninan nn.l ftutii,..l.ro
Earl Race, city recorder, says he will
The Astoria Commercial olub invites
members of the Salem Commercial club
to attend the big celebration there Sep
tember 6, in the following tolcEram:
"Astoria greets the Cherry City and
invitee her cousins .to attend great eol
ebration September 6 to 12 honoring
Secretary Danicjl and offj.i-ers and
men of new Pacific fleet. Elaborate
program. Big ships, big time."
The long summer drought was brok
en last evening with a rainfall of .15
aid with the municilULl lahnr hui-oo..
every wav in securing emnlnvmant tnr
these young folks and suggests that
muse wno may nave worK that can be
done by a srudent, should telephone
him at the city hall.
FOR CAS ON STOMACH
Simple glycerine, buckthorn . bark,
etc., as mixed in -Adler i-ka relieves
ANY" CASK gas on stomach or soiir
stomach. It acts on both upper and
lower bowel and removes all foul mat
ter which poisoned stomach. Often
01" RES constipation. Prevents appen
dicitis. Tho INSTANT pleasant aetiou
of Adler-i-ka sururise hnth
and patients. One man who sufficed
live years irom indigestion and consti
pation was helned hv R l i
iPcrry, druggist, 115 South Commercial!
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The biggest and best as
sortmnt in town at pop
ular prices. Pattern
Hats direct from the :
Fashion Centers of
New York. Also trim
med models finished in
our own expert work
Ladies' Hats (
$1.98 to $8.50
$1.49 to $4.75
. OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Streets
Formerly Chicago Store
CORNER FERRY AND LIBERTY STREET
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th
" v 10:30 A. M. "" : '
One black mare, 12 years old,
weight 1100 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 10
years old, weight 1000 lbs.; 1 set
double harness; 2 18-inch work
collars; 1 set single harness; 1 set
harness with chain tugs; 1 1-in,
Mandt wagon; 1 hack; 1 light
wagon pole, complete; 1 section
iron harrow; 1 No. 20 Oliver chill
ed plow; 1 5-tooth cultivator; 1
jointer .for wood beam plow; 1
set double trees, and many other
J. E. KIRKPATRICK, OWNER
1:30 P. M.
Household f urnture, ranges, hcate , rugs, tools, graniteware, crockery, etc.
My store is full of good used furniture. Private sales daily. Will be
located at 270 North Commercial Street Oct. 1st, Shrunk 's Grocery Store.
F. N. WOODRY, The Auctioneer, Phone 510 or 511
"List your sales with Woodry for results"
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SMILING BILL PARSONS
The Big Favorite Funmaker, in
SUNDAY "JACK PICKFORD"
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