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DAILT OAPJTAJ. JOUEKAL, ; SALEM, OREGON, SATTJBPAY, MABCH 22, 1913.
PAGE TEN. .Li. -2J Gimme Back Those Easter Eggs! He Is Risen" 1 V v"' . ... . . V. '. V-': (ROTO) Sir Jr IW XsaP XW XWC3 i,W i , 1 ' 1 The HiBtory of Furniture. Although wo pass our lives In houses of our own or tlioxo of others, very fow, indeed, have any idea of tho origin of tho homely articles with which wo aro urroundcil. Hut, from attic to kitchen, in nearly all of them, there to bo traced quito a romantic, beginning. Tak the pictures hanging on tho wall, for iimtanco. They dato back to about SUO yearH, when nioukn painted their living rooms round with Hcriptural Rubjecta, One dny someone suggested nailing a ieco of wood in between tho painting to separato tho subjects. Then came wililiiiii, and tho modern picturo nunc followed as a mutter of crairso. Tho drawing room is vory fertile in while "hall" meaning a covered in romance. As most penplo know, its real place has just tho samo root as tho ml truo titln is thn "withdrawing infernal regions, room," i, o., tho room to which yon sonBgo presont sat ou a four loged seat, tho lessor fry having to put up with three-legged stools. Window enrtaius, or rather tho Eu ropean idea, came from China in tho Middle Ages, when some ndventuvous traveler returning from that country, mentioned the Chinese habit of fasten ing a piece of cloth across the window. Table drawers owe their being to tho gamblers of former days. A place was wanted to keep the ranis when not in use, nnd an aperture beneath tho table top was utilized. Kitchen is derived from an Anglo Saxon word, being to cook. Scullery has nothing to do with scullion, but comes from a word meaning a bowl; withdraw after dinner. Tho origin of antimacassars Is also common history. Our Motto. We have been established in business One hundred and fifty years ago It was h. Hnlem fur nbout six months, and the the fashion to dress the Jieail liberally j vnVmo of business wo have been doing with macassar oil. Housewives, object-) has fully justified our establishing nnd ing to tho danmgn caused to their maintaining nn up-to-date furniture chairs by this grease, plnced strips of stun in this city. Our motto is tho best lace nfr tho backs, and the wold and furnliu'i- at the lowest possible price. rticl antimacassar ca ne into being. Our ccei-'m i"nsing business has proved The cluirs themselves are very inter- j to our satist'actinn that that is the only esting. They dnte back to tho time ( basis en v. hich to establish a permanent when Knights nnd Indies, wishing to business. keep iheir feet off the druiightv floors, brought in tho use of the stretcher. Wo ma rU our goods at a legitimate profit, and sell them to every one at Originally tlio stretcher was only raised the same price. Which we believe to a few inches above the rush strewn lv considerable lcs than the same cpml ground, but gradually the form was ill it of goods can be purchased olo- tercd, nnd by the time that carpets v.lieic in the city for. Ileenuse, us this were common the stretcher lul l evolved i n linun li of Calef Urns, in Portland, into a high legged and high backed W(. u,Ve the advantage of buying in rhnir. The cosy armchair came last of straight carload lots, direct from the all. At first only a cushion wus plnced factory. That means a great reduction over the wooden scut. Then they curved j t, purchase price, as well as a much the let's of the scut posse.siiig the rush- H10 varied selection. Ion, and finally they padded back and tv having a large and well -chosen Anns. Chairs were always very inipor j,u, 0f furniture, it is easy to satisfy i taut articles of furniture. Today "Ink- ,.stnuier; and a (.atisfied' cast er is ing the chair" denotes taking the head t, ),Ht advertisement we have, of affairs, nnd is reminiscent of thej Wo aim to give ami are giving satis time when only the Miost I'liportniit per fa,-tin, nnd absolutely guarantee every - . . f ai lb le purchased here to be just as rep- -"' iconic I. miry a line of cheap furniture, ell nr. thn high class, and can suit vol and your pockotbook, no mutter what ;oo.' needs may be. Ileforo buy ing be soie to see us, as it will bo pre fttubki tW you as well as fur ns. CALKI' HHOTIIKKM, Court and High Htroets. new and shining. Thoy Btart at the rugs and pick out linoleum for bath room and kitchon, through this estab lishment for furniture, and that for cur tains, then tho dishes. Can you think of any joy equal to tho young bride's picking out thoso dishes, selecting tho pots and pans, and tho washing ma chine; then they must not forget that carpet sweeper, or shall it be a vacuum cleaner, and so on through joyful days of choosing, pleasant courteous clerks, who soem to bo as interested as tho buyers, to wait on them. Select your goods, cheer up tho old homo. Buy mother something she needs, and, nbovo all, patronize homo stores. New Lines of Fiirnttuio. Thn great advantage in buying goods of pro.'ed worth nnd national prestige s'iiu : lil not bo overlooked. Sales a-plenty and snuill profits is our motto and thoso sagacious buyers who furnish their homes from our offer ings for the spring will be well ro-warded. We specialize luxurious and durable furniture for tho library and living room, clubs, lobby, office and hotel in our exclusive brands of guaranteed makes, nnd all suitable and popular styles. Never before have we made such dis tinct ndvunce in the creation of n ne v ine never have we exploited so many new ideas in style and construction novel before have we offered such on tii ing values. Our salesmen will call nt your con venience. Imperial Pumitiire Cnmpiiny, I" North Libert v street. SPRING IS HERE AGAIN Spring, with its burst of bud and bloom is here to gladden the hearts of all. With spring comes new life, new growth, new vigor. Refreshing thoughts and evevything puts on anew. The fjuv-en of the. household puts new life intj the homo by putting new smiles into the kitchen. Smiles? Yes, new cooking utensils. These help make more palatable food, both help gladden the hearts of the hungry ones. The entire house is retouched with loving hands; smiles all through the house. The old furniture is replaced with new. Read the advertisements in this paper closely and consult the Salem merchants, and it will not be a difficult task for you to make your spring selection. It will be one of the pleas ures of springtime. This spring finds the Salem merchants better equipped 'to furnish your home with better goods and at' less cost than ever. Buy at home. You will find many opportunities to pur chase just the things needed in your home, and yet save time and money. Original. H. L. C. Si Second-Hand Furniture. Mcl'eak and Stephens, who have been in tho new and second hand furni ture business for moro than seven years in Salem, are now in their new loca tion on North Commercial street. Their floor space will bo greatly increased in tho near futuro by u now addition to tho present building in tho rear which is now neaing completion. This ad dition in floor space is greatly needed in their fast growing business. i 1 " sJf-. V i - ' ft - , ' k.1 if. K Ch And Draperies Now New ies"nt ! We J ns we Justice is what every man wnnts, provided he may define it himself. To acipiire n reputation for stingi ness n man pays a high price. You must sprint if you would catch good luck er untfoot the other kind. Location '. '. Wo offer the public some very ' ' fine bargains in second hand furniture, stoves, ranges, tents, etc. Owing le the Increased floor space, wo carry a complete line of new ranges ami linoleums at attractive prices. McPef k & Stephens 271 N. Com'. riione 1233 Spring Time. "In the spring man's fancy gently turns to thoughts of love," but the housewife's turns to cleaning, clearing out comers and closets, trying to turn tho old carpet, to mnke it look like new. Yes, surely the .lining room needs that new rug, nnd a new buffet; nnoth er chair for the bedroom, and still on further through the house, nu easy chair for father, a touch here nnd there, and lo, everything looks bright and cheery, .nnd at a trivial cost the old home looks spring like, and everything Is In bloom again. Th to new home is planned by the newly-weds! Oh, tho joy of furnishing that "Home;" everything must be Easter Greetings Wo aro headquarters for new and second hand furniture, hardware, tents and camping outfits, also contractor's supplies. To reduce our stock wo will give a 5 per cent discount on all bills of $1(1. no and over for the next dnys. New and Second-Hnnd Furniture, House Furnishings and Hard ware. Scott & Scott 0. E. SCOTT. J. E. SCOTT H. W. SCOTT. Telouhone Main 4.rl 2e2 State SI Saleut, Ore. - n ii n ii 1 ii 14 ii fl II ii H u ii 14 II 11 M 11 II II 11 11 M II 11 Ri II n 14 ii ti in ii 14 14 M II 14 14 14 11 14 II 11 n ei n n ii ii ii ii M 11 M n u ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii u ti H H IX II 14 II II II II 14 14 Your Rugs M$ N if Mil ; i!'1 I I Ii I 'W I 'I 9 i WF i i WlVh m-iU&'A t; til - I II .L J.JiMW i i i 91 W in .u. 1 41 l. fie . . We have on display at the present time more patterns, qualities and colors than we have ever had. There are hundreds to choose from. OUR ROYAL KASHAN AND ARDEBIL WILTON RUGS All are made from the same wool as that used in the rich est Orientals. The designs are taken from the finest speci mens of Oriental art, and the colorings are soft and beiutiful. For long and satisfactory service, these rugs have no equal. A NEW LOT OF DRAPERY FABRICS Just received. It includes a wide range of designs in a good variety of colors. The above cut represents one of the many beautiful effects all easily possible through the use of these draperies. Prices from 25c per yard up. ft.. V. Afa Ml mmmm , I I 7. n H 14 11 II H U II It II n n ii n ii u ti ii 13 II .11 tl It II & II 11 H U XI 11 II M 11 II SI ia u i ii 13 II II 11 14 14 11 14 II II n 14 n 13 11 M 14 II li n 14 11 14 II 11 11 tl II 11 11 11 11 I! II 11 11 sjsSfwas