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DATE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1010.
Annual Clearance Sale
Special Reductions From Every One
Of Our Large and Roomy Departments
WOMEN'S TAILORED SUITS
PRESSES, CAPES, COATS
PETTICOATS, WAISTS and
KIMONAS at CLEARANCE
Our largo cloak and suit sec
tion Is rtcady with ono of tho best
salo events of tho year. Tho prlco
reductions aro just startling, and
it behooves economists to supply
their wearing apparel needB for
months to come. TheBo goods If
oro classified on four separate
racks as follows:
RACK NO. 1
Ladies' suits, coat nnd dresses,
values up to $40.00, now
clearing at tho C Afl
low prlco of plf)vu
HACK NO. 2
Women's suits and coats, values
to 928.50 annual clear aj
anco salo special j)lVUU
RACK NO. 3
Rain coats, rubberized, etc. val
ues up to $15.00 q, q.
special at tjW.OD
RACK NO. 4
Dress skirls, new styles and cloths
some suitable for spring wear
at ... .
Wednesday's Surprise Sale No. 467
THE WASH GOODS SECTION OFFERS FOR "WEDNESDAY
ONLY a largo and comprehensive showing of now mercerized DI
nectorlo Poplins for spring and summer of 1910. Tho colors aro
AHco blue, navy, black and pink. This material is 27 inches
wldo and suitable for spring and summer dresses. Coats, skirts,
waists, etc. Tho homo dressmakor will appneclato this timely
offer, as now Is a good timo to start tho
spring sowing. Buy as much as you want at this
prlco, on sale Wednesday only. None sold
boforo 8:30 a. m. No telephone orders received.
l CITY NEWS
Rain tonight and Tuesday. 1
Poultry Wanted f
Highest cash prlco paid for poul
try by Hop Loo, Chincso laundry.
Illggtist Shipment Collars
Evor soon in Salem at tho Shafor
Shafor, tho harness man. 1-S-tf
Cottage Undertaking Parlors
' Cottago and Chemekota Sts, Calls
day or night. J. C. Sill. Phono 724.
Oil Your Harness
This is tho timo of year to savo
money by caring for loathor. See
Shaffer, tho harness man. 1-8-tf
Our oloaranco salo begins Monday.
Groat reduction on everything. You
will bo surplsod at tho cut prices wo
nro making. L. U. Josso, Court St.
Houxuful of Bargains This Wock
Wo oflor hardwood drossars, regu
lar prlco $12, this wook for $S.C0.
All others in tho siunk proportion.
1j. U. Josho, Court stroot.
Aro cordially requested to phono
tiny Hem of Interest, nuch ns a por
eonal about a frioud or yourself, to
Tho Journal, Main 82. No item too
200 Rugs on Sale
Thoso rugs nro nil shut) nnd col
ors. All now and up-todnto. Thoy
will go nt an oxtromoly low prlco.
L. V. Joswo, Court street.
Twin Wen Horn
To .Mrs. Jaokaou 4yotorday, big
hearty boys, crying all tho whllo Just
ns if thoy wanted Folgor's Goldon
West Salem Transfer
Connects with nil trains nt
Wost Suloni for Dallas, Falls
City and Salom.
Lonvos Journal offico for
West Salom nt 8:00 a. m.
IS in.. 1:10 p. m. and 3:30 p.
in. ovory day oxcopt Sunday.
Leaves Sunday nt 12.00 m.
and 4: IK p. in.
Calls at hotels on request.
Telephone or leave orders at
Capital Journal office any day
but Sunday. Phone 83.
J. B. Underwood, Mgr.
Gilson's barber shop
Gllson's cigar store
Gilson's baths open all day Sunday
M. B. A. Lodge Mnsquerado Ball
at 420 Stato,. streoi. Everybody wel
Why Not Furnish Your House Now
While you can got your furniture
and carpets for a song. L. U. Josso,
J. M. Lawrenco has tho finest lino
of fancy pickles and canned goods in
tho city. Glvo him an order.
Tho Modorn Brotherhood of
America will glvo a masquerndo
ball nt Hurst Hall, 420 State street.
Wodnesdny ovonlng, Jnn. 19th.
Good music and a fluo timo nro
At a second mooting held toiluy
botwoon delegations from San V--Cisco
nnd San Diogo for tho pur
poso of settling on ono olty to cole
brnto tho completion of tho Panama
canal in 1015, no ngraoment wai
Tho CltUonh' Nstlonal Bank, of
lCvaiiBVlllo, Ind., ono of tho oldout
llnanolnl institutions In this ay,
closed its doors today, no'xltiis an
examination by tfite Kj.nnlnwt
Tho Brush act of tho state of Kan
sas, Imposing n "ohnrtor feo" upon
foreign corporations was hold un
constitutional today by tho supremo
court of tho Unltod Stntos.
Joaqulm Nnbupo, ambassador from
Brazil to Washington, diod nt Wash
ington today aftor n short illnoss.
Souor Nnbuco was CO yonrs of ago.
Attorneys voprosontlng rolutlvos
of Colonel Thomas H. Swope, the
Kansas City millionaire, who diod
under mysterious circumstances, Oc
tober 3, ure today consulting Dr.
Hnluoti, of C hi on go. who annlysod tho
contents of tho atomnoh of tho Into
Carl M. Kttehon, a railroad f Ire
nun, was killed mid ton other were
Injured this morning In a collision
on tlu. Illinois Central railroad bo
tween a passenger and freight train.
Oakland la endeavoring to close a
deal with tho aviators who are now
appearing at Los Angelos to give ni
exhibition In that olty Jan. its. 84
Jos. Mauu. aged 31 years old
ahot and killed his father today at
Cameron. Mo., aa the outgrowth of
a family fu-d of long atandlag. ,
Sixty Have Already Made Appli
cation for the County Ex
Preparations aro being made by
State Superintendent Ackerman, As
slstant Superintendent Carelton, and
County Superintendent Smith for
tho county and state examinations to
bo held next month. Tho examina
tlons will commence February 9 and
end February 12, and tho applicants
for both a county and state license
aro equally, if not more numerous,
than thoy usually aro at this season
of tho year. Tho questions cover
ing tho subjects in which tho appli
cants wil bo examined in have Just
been printed by State Printer Duna-
way and they aro being sealed and
sent out to the various county super
intendents by tho State Superinten
dent today. Tho examinations for
Marlon county, both state aild coun
ty will bo held in thi cltv and will
bo in charge of County Superinten
Subjects Covered by State.
Tho state will commence its ex.
aminations on Wednesday morning
that Is the forenoon of February
9, and on that day the applicants
will bo examined In penmanship, his
tory, spelling, physical geography,
reading and pyschology. Thursday
tho applicants will be given a test
In written arithmetics, theory of
teaching, grammar, book keeping,
physics and civil government. Fri
day will bo devlted to physiology,
geography, composition, algebra.
English literature, and school law,
and tho examinations will close Sat
urday with a test in botany, plane
geometry and general history. There
aro approximately 20 applicants for
tho state examinations.
Tho examinations for a county
certificate will also commence Wed
nesday morning out tney will con
clude a day sooner than the state,
concluding Friday afternoon. An
examination will bo given Wlednes
day in penmanshirp, history, ortho
grnpny, reading and physical geog
raphy and on Thursday an examina
tion will bo given In written arlth
motic, tho theory of teaching, gram
mar and physiology. Tho examina
tions conclude at four o'clock Fri
day afternoon with an examination
In geography, school law, civil gov-
ornntqnt and English literature.
There are about GO applicants for
the county examinations.
Eighth Grade This Week.
Tho olght grade examinations will
bo hold throughout tho county this
wook boglnnlng Thursday and end
ing Friday afternoon. These exam
inations will cover all thoso
branches a knowlcdgo of which is
necossnry, for admission as a stu
dont to tho high schools of tho
state. Thoro nro over 75 applicants
for thoso examinations in tho couu-ty.
1 nlQ Tm
Tho following articles of incor
poration woro filed with the soor -tory
of tho stato today:
MoLoughlln Memorial Association
Orogon City, E. G. Cnuflold nnd 10
others, Incorporators. Capital.
Portland Realty & Construction
Co.. Portland. L. It. Bnilay, J. G.
Hnlnoy, nnd it. It. Boyor, Incorpora
tors. Capital, $10,000.
Sllkworth Froslld Mnchlnory Co.,
Portland. S. H. Sllkworth, C. B.
Sllkworth, nnd II. M. Froslld and A.
S. Froslld, Incorporators; capital,
iagU Point Orchards Co., Eagle
Point, Oro.; W. W. Von dor Hollon.
F. K. Woodnrd and H. II. Starr, in
corporators; capital, $25,000.
llnlsoy Stato Bank. Hnlsoy, Ore.;
F. IS. Stewart, Alox Powors. C. II.
KoonU. D. Taylor nnd D. L. Stowart,
Incorporators: capital $10,000.
The Vanguard Gold Coppor Min
ing Co., Grants Pass, Ore.; Samuel
Bowden, C. 13. Phillips and J. H.
Olinllin. Incorporators; oapltal, $1..
Cluuigo of Timo Card.
For a quick disposal of this season s novelties we are making a special
display of about 29 pieces of
AVOOL TAFFETAS, BAYADEKE NOVELTIES,
HENRIETTA KAYUKE, CABLE COKI) SUITINGS,
FANCY SUITINGS. H and
Every one a genuine bargain at the original cash store price of 95c to
$1.40, but they must move lively now, and they will move at
5 Cents a Yard
These are not old, out-of-date goods but are the season's newest crea
ions cleverly designed in a choice variety of shades and colors, solid or
beautiful stripe effects. To see them will make you want them. We
need the room for tho new spring line of dress goods, w(hich will arrive
about February 1st.
Will be the grand wind-up of this Clearance Sale. Every one interested in
his or her financial welfare would do well to take advantage of tnis
money-saving opportunity. It's the one great sale of the year. Remember
It's not only cash selling but. cash buying of every commodity we handle
that turns 'things over to our profit and to that of our customers. With
cash in hand wo can buy in markets where notes and long terms fear to
tread. The goods are here, and for ONE MORE WEEK wo offer them at
an acual reduction of 10 per cent on everything in the store, excepting
rubber footwear. ... 20 per cent on all broken lines. Think what this
means, considering our usual low prices.
No more discount after January 22d, as we
begin our annual inventory Monday, Jan. 24
Sji C if 5fC 2 fC rC IC jC r ifC 5j?
jfc ijc Jc 5$C il c 5 5ji J
George Wallace, the most famous
fruit man of tho South, who has
built up tho State street fruit stand
to advertise Salom, has returned from
a visit to friends in Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wright, of
Union, Ore., aro visiting with Judge
and Mrs. Moreland. Mr. Wright is a
prominent banker at Union.
Tho Rev. Davis Errott, rector of
tho Christian church, Salem, passed
h rough Dnllas on his way to McMInn
vllle, Saturday. Observer.
Miss Alta Morley, of Salom, visit
ed at tho homo of her sister, Mrs. H
P. Broughton, several days last week,
roturnlng to Salem Saturday morn'
ng. Silverton Appeal.
Mrs. Arlono Ramsden and sister,
Miss Floy Whitney, returned yester
day from Falls City, where thoy have
boon visiting friends.
January 17, 1910 tho gasoline mo
tor for Indopondenco will loavo West
Salom at 4 o'clock p. m..
Indopondenco & Monmouth Ry Co.
NUTTER To Mr. and Mrs. F. C
Nuttor, a baby boy, both mother
nnd child doing nicely.
Beginning Monday. Jan. IT, the
ISQline motor Car Independence
wfll leave West Salem dally at four
o'elook p. i.
lndcixmdoiico Monmouth Ity. Co.
Smith & Everett
Real Estate Money Invested
Loans ln Portland Real
Insurance Estnt0 Securities
PORTLAND - OREGON
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent
City Hall, Salom, Or.
MONEY TO LOAN
TFOS. IC. FORI)
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salom, Or
LUTELIAJS L. WOODS
Tuning, pollening, repairing, lol. 608
la aj 2 i Kim J V V ! kt 1
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FOR SALE Barber shop at Seven
teenth and Asylum avenue, Salem ;
good business that beats wages all
to smash; besides a paying side
issue on barber supplies. Every
thing in shop brand new; most up-
to-date barber chnir in city. Reason
for selling other things more press
ing. Sydney M. Lamb.
FOR SALE CHEAP Good work
horse, sound and true, weight
1,200. Price $80. H. A. Dove.
Phone .Farmers 34X1.
POTATOES WANTED In quantities
from 100 to 1000 bushels. Ad
dress Charles Eppley, Jr., Salem,
Ore., or phono 93. 1-17-31
FOR SALE Three first-class milch
cows for sale. Ono fresh and oth
er two will freshen this month. Ad
dress 1134 Waller street or phono
7011 SALE Sovoral houses in Sa
lem, and farm lan-ls at a bargain.
Capital National Bank. 6-1-eod
FOR SALE Very cheap if taken
soon, one, or two lots. E. L. Stiff,
Salem Heights, Box 4, R. F. D.
No. 3, Salem, Oregon.
LOST Sunday evening, between
Gains Ave. and M. E. church, on.
Broadway, Liberty or Stato Sts.
ladies' mink fur with head and
tail trjmmings. Finder kindly re
turn to this office and receive re
care for horse,
to do chores and
Inquire at Journal
There is a whole raft of people
illmllammlng the public with spec
Fitzgerald, Irish Tammany antl-
roform Democrat re-elected mayor
For boys and youths cost a little
more than some shoes but wear a
Any shoe looks well in a pic
ture, but you cannot tell how
it really looks and fits until it
is on the foot.
We will put our time against yours
to show you that it's economy to
buy your boy's shoes at the
SALEM SHOE STORE
F. D. BEAN
H. C PUGH