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THE DAILY 0AT17AL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
DELUGE Of REFUGES
Warsaw Twenty-nine 'Poles who
have just completed a pilgrimage of
many months from the heart of
Siberia to the newly-redeemed city of
Minsk,' have brought the news that
at least 200,000 men taken prisoners
by the Austrians are waiting in
Siberia for an opportune moment to
return to Poland.
Cut This Out
Old English Recipe lor Catarrh,
Caturrhul Deafness and Ueud
According to the newly-returned
refugees who were themselves Aus
trian prisoners of war, western Siberia
is full of homeless men claiming Pol
ish nationality. Several among them
placed the number as hi&h as 500,000.
The problem created in Poland by the
returning prisoners and refugees Is
alreardy acute, the government be
ing forced to rely heavily on Red
Cross help to feed and clothe them.
Should the number of refugees still
to return be In keeping with the esti
mate brought by the new arrivals. It
will mean an enormous additional
ROAD BUILDING ON THE DESERT
If you know of some one who Is
troubled with catarrhal deafness,
head noises or ordinary catarrh cut
out this formula and hand It to them
and you may have been the means of
saving some poor sufferer perhaps
from total deafness. In England sci
entists for a long time past have rec
ognized that catarrh is a constitution
al disease and necessarily requires
Sprays, inhalers and nose douches
are liable to irritate the delicate air
passages and force the disease into
the middle ear which frequently
means total deafness, or else the dis
ease may be driven down the air pas
sages toward the lungs which is equal
ly as dangerous .The following form
ula which is used extensively in the
damp English climate Is a constitu
tional treatment and should prove es
pecially efficacious to sufferers here
who live under more favorable cli
Secure from your druggist 1 ounce
of Parmint (double strength). Take
this home and add to it 1-3 pint of
hot water and a little granulated su
gar; stir until dissolved. Take one
tablespoonful four times a day. This
will often bring quick relief from dis
tressing head noises. Clogged nostrils
should open, breathing become easy
and hearing Improve as the Inflam
mation in the eustachian tubes is re
duced. Parmint used in this way acts
directly upon the blood and mucus
surfaces of the system and has a ton
ic action that helps to obtain the de
sired results. The preparation Is easy
to make, costs little and Is pleasant
to take. Every person who has ca-
tarrh or head noises or is hard of
hearing should give this treatment a
I V i
The Original Chief
A NOVELTY ACT
The Oldest Contortionist
Living 61 Years old
SEE HIM TODAY AND
There is now nearing completion a
17-mile tangent of Lincoln highway
which cuts across the Salt Lake desert,
shortening the highway by eome fifty
miles. The desert surface is broken up
by means of gang plows and shaped by
means of road graders hauled by cater
pillar tractors. Owing to the nature of
the soil difficulty was experienced in
moist weather, due to the weight of
the tractors which sank into the mua
despite their broad bearing surfaces.
The difficulty was solved by bolting
timbers to the caterpillar belts so as
to broaden the tread of the machines.
As the roadbed is completed the gravel
is hauled and dumped over It by means
of motor trucks mounted on broad
steel-tired wheels which serve to pack
the road material.
Nature warns you of poisoned kid'
neys by causing rheumatic pains. Ap
plying liniments to swollen Joints and
muscles cannot reach the cause. Stop
all rheumatic agonies at once by tak
ing Rheumachol, an internal treat
ment for rheumatism that will posi
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Laboratories Co., Idaho Springs, Colo.
For sale by J. C. Perry, Crown Drug
Co., The Red Cross Pharmacy, The
Central Pharmacy, Wm. Neimeyer.
SALEM SAMPLE STORE
141 N. Commercial Street
Our Everyday Prices
Backed up by dependable merchandise should make it an object for you to do your
trading here. We mYite your inteffigent comparison
Men's Union Suits .
Heavy Cotton $1.75
Fleece lined, $1.98
Part Wool, $2.95, $3.45 '
Wright's Woolen, $4.50
Bradford's woolen,. $4.50
Men's 2-Piece Underwear
Cotton Rib Heavy, 98c v
Tan and Grey, woolen, $1.98 .
Camels hair, $2.25
Men's Coat Style Sweaters
Tan, Grey and Blue $3.95 to $6.00
, Men's Leather Coats .
Wool lined, $7.85, $9.85
With or without sleeves
$8.45, $9.50 to $12.00
Men's Kersey Pants
' Serviceable for every day wear
$3.85 to $5.85
Men's Cotton Work
' Pants, $1.98, $2.20, $2.45
Boys' Knee Pant
Suits $3.95 to $7.45
Men's Blue Worsted
Logger Shirts, $8.50 ,
Canvas Gloves, 2 for 25c
Blue Bib Overalls, $1.98
Men's Part Wool and Woolen
. Sox 35c, 45c, 50c, 60c, to 85c
Women's Black Kid
Lace shoes, Louis or Military heels
$6.85, $7.45, $7.85 to $8.45
Women's Brown Kid
Lace, Louis or military heels
$6.50, $7.85, $7.95
Women's Cloth Top Shoes.
These come with black, brown or grey
vamps, Louis or military heels in the
new style toes. Priced from
$3.85 to $6.85
These are just a few of our many styles
If Shoes Try us first!
Children's shoes, 98c to $2.45
Misses Shoes, $3.25 to $4.45
Boys' Heavy School
' Shoes $2.98 to $4.85
Boys' High Top
.Shoes $2.95 to $5.85
Men's High Top Shoes
$5.65, $3.50 to $10.00
Men's Heavy Work
Shows $2.98 to $7.00 '
Chippewa Loggers and
Work Shoes $4.85 to $12.95
Men's Flannel Shirts
$1.85, $1.98 to $3.45 '
Short Cut to
WE HAVE A FEW LADIES' COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES. IP YOUR SIZE
IS HERE YOU CAN BUY THESE FACTORY SAMPLES FOR LESS V
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You Do Better Here for Less.
Thanksgiving Is Coming !!
Are you properly Prepared to
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One of our Roasters is just what you need. The famous "L1SK" Sanitary Self
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We also carry the "SAVORY" Roaster which is priced at $1.35, $2.40 and $3
If your carving set is dull call on us for a new one. Prices ........$2.50 to $15.00
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These suits shown in
our large ISLAND
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THEY come in the
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with the waist seam
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and workmanship is
of the very best to be
These new clothes
show with what suc
cess our buyer has
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chandise for your pre
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tg Are to be found here
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are one of the finest
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ited States. IF you are
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ways think of MAL-LORY-It's
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Many hundreds' of new Neckwear just received in snappy ones for you.
"Every Family In Marion and Polk Counties a Patron"
Salem WOOlSH MlllSStore
Saturday's Extra Specials Will Make Our
THE MOST POPULAR ATTRACTION IN
SALEM. THE PUBLIC SOON REALIZES
THAT OUR SALE PRICES ON HIGH GRADE
FOOTWEAR ARE LESS THAN FACTORY
See Our Saturday x Specials
Ladies1 Dress Shoes
One lot Ladies' Button and lace shoes, broken
lines, but all sizes represented.: These were
regular $5.00 and $6.00 shoes
Ladies' Fancy Shoes
One lot Ladies' fancy shoes. Gray, Champaign
and patent leather, cloth tops, high heels. Sold
regularly at $10.00 and $12.00
Small Size Shoes
Two lots shoes. High or low heels. Some Hanan
make. Sizes 2 1-2 to 4 only. Not a shoe sold for
less than $8.00 and up to $12.00.
Ladies' Comfort Shoes
Ladies' black vici kid comfort shoes, leather or
rubber heels. Plain or cap toes. Our regular
$5.00 and $6.00 sellers
$7.00 and $8.00 army shoes,
not all sizes. Will go Satur
$5.00 and $6.00 Men's heavy
work shoes. Tan or black.
$11.00 Tan Boots, 16-inch
top. Bellows tongue -
$9.00 and $10.00 Men's black
blucher, lace dress shoes
You could not buy them at
the factoiy at these prices.
$10.00 10-inch top ..........$6.95
$11.00 12-in. top ......$7.95
$12.00 12-in. top..............$8.95
Price Shoe Go
366 STATE STREET
Next Door to Bush Bank
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