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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1920.
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IE FUN run
TO TO1OT LEAGUE
: PROVES EYE-OPENER
lo the attention
city ; Carson, N. D Feb. 5. J. Bernard
ll4st Smith, in resigning as editor, of the
Grant County Leader, a Nonpartisan
41 . .... ... k. taken : paper in Grant County, bids farewell
A " vrth Stlem Im-1 in a pointed letter which was publish-
!Tf 01 lnc " .. A In thfl Carson Prpaa Ho l tL
p - J : .;.,n tms :,.-- , -
Ljt ss(H'"' H;hlana school I tighth man who has been employed
! ,'tl f ,
. u snou. I be svn, as very jrood Am
erican should and do u. 1 prid
;mseit on bang l! pPr A ,)eri.
jean, hem-e 1 am through wiUi yoa,
"You parade under the ca:.Ku..sc
J of being the Nonpartisan friend of the
fanner. Mhiie at heart you are no bet
ter than some of those who have al
ready ensaged forced passage on the
I 'Soviet Ark,- the piaee where some of
you ought to be.
"To the farmers, who believe that
the Town'.eyism controlling- the af
fairs of the Nonpartisan league is all
inr xuua. 1 saw .'nnn vnnr vou
OF 'FRISCO COMBINE
TO REDUCE PRICE
and see where the' doctrine 'is leading !in clHthinsi drygoods and shoes have
i the Culled States who. it is said, Is de
sired by the allies for his alleged con-;nH-iiuus
v ith Bolo Paslm. The count
iCespite his sin prise, seemed to be
j mMU.v ar;u:,,d. He declared tiwt he,
ivr&K'not afraid to (uce trl.il. He ad-
ed that he was ready to go 1f wanted ,
and that lie might even put the allies!
In a quandary if they attempted to j
ll-r-ittn M., .
! ... ; -
f - Three Brownsville boys attending i
n automobile school at Ktusn p iiv i
gauizauons or t-an r rancisco retail have all contracted measles, according
merchants including the big dealers ' to a wit-gram received.
A rhindct-rous when shot falls in a
cruuemng position instead of on its
San Franciscd, Feb. 6. Threa or-'
,CU l"' ....hnnce- nnd. by the league newspapers and all have
of street park-' left "disgusted or worse" according
U,inS of street park
.,.-....r bv J. aa
of he Salem r.ora,
M and aim" of the Sale"'
'w 1 "...inn will be ex-
MaeI 7rL I F. Hutchason,
, that canvassed the
to the Carson paper.
Mr. Smith's letter follows:
''To the readers of the Carson
Press: . - s .
"I beg space in your valuable pa
per to inform the public that I have
tock severed my. connection with the Grant
County Leader as editor (?) there-
A wo weeks raising
! Vmid for the company.
m I rp of influenza
J. Kay Pern-
vast and Miss Isola Smith, pi-
Of Alleged Suicide
j3i IP By Fact Story
p. of heroic rescue from a wa
in and all of the other thrm-
tils were uasneu iu iu b- (
iy afternoon, when .Mrs. j. u.
,f j4 North Firteenth streei
I the true details of attempt
It of Charles Lofstedt, a pa
rte state hospital, Thursday,
.khed stow statins that Offl-
ijl. Moffitt has responded to a
L t man was attempting sul
d that Moffitt had dragged
i, the water Has Deen reiiueu
Mrs. Fisher and the officer.
Mi of thff rase are mat wi
las found In a wet and bertrag-
,ditlon near the Fisher. home
L taken inta the Fisher home
im temporary aid until an offi-
:d be summoned. So far as Is
no one witnessed Lofstedt'3
in the waters of North Mill
t Fifteenth street. Incoherent
ill made by the man indicat
ht had fallen Into the stream
Officer Moffitt arrived at the
home, he found Lofstedt at
Ue and returned him to the
iTork, Feb. 8. Prices of liber-
t 2:55 p. m. today were: "
J7.02; first 4's 90.90; second
flnt 414'i 91.22; second 4&'s
W 44'a 93.20; fourth 4U's
nctory i 3-1's 97.08; victory
'8NAL Tf ANT ADS PA"?
Adieu, Canned ..Editorials.,..
"During the short timeI have been
a resident of Carson. I have enjoyed
associations with some ' very good
American citizens, but none of- those
has in any manner been connected
with the 'Leader' nor with the Non
partisan league. As to those who have
ordered , me, around, sent me .'canned'
editorials to publish in that defunct
sheet known as the 'Leader' and! to
those who have placed the red flag
of anarchy ou- par with our beloved
and revered Stars and Stripes and to
all those who have defended such ut
terances and statements to alt those.
I can only feebly express the'eontempt
I bear, and that every American citi
zen should bear, for such individuals.
"To you who desire to be socialists,
bolshevisls or red flag followers of
any name, to you, I bid adieu. I wash
my hands from any connection with
your nefarious plots; some of you
would be prime candidates for depor
tation. "Above all things I place my Ameri
canism. The sugar-coated plum, which
was described -' to me to' entice, me
here has vanished, the scale has fall-
lou.' i,et at the facts. Tou have
i been fed on fiction."
io me parson fress and its many
100 per cent readers, I wish to regis
ter any appreciation of the - many
kindnesses, bestowed upon me..- Do
not be led astray by any of that bunk
I have had to publish in' the Leader.
The Cahill article regarding the red
flag was forced on tue for publication
and was written by one who. so it
appears to me, la miahtf umi-te...i
for the office given him bv the count!"
administration. Can it be tbut the i
red flag "was the flag he endeavored I
to protect while in the service? !
"Respectfully. . j
"J. Bernard Smith."
Sore Throat, . Colds.
.Hamlin's Wizard. OH is a simple
and effective treatment for sore
throat and chest colds. Used as a'gar
gle for sore throat it brings quick re
lief. Rubbed on the chest It will of
ten loosen up a hard, deep seated
cold In one night.
How often sprains, bruises, cuts
and burns occur in every family, as
well as little trouhles like earache,
toothache, cold sores, canker sores,
stiff neck and tired aching feet. Sooth
ing, healing Wizard Oil will- always
bring quick rlief. 1
Get it from druggists for 30 centa.
If not satisfied xeturn the bottle and
get your' mono driest.
Kver constipated or have stele head
ache? Just try Wizard Liver Whipa,
pleasant Tittle pink . pills, 30 cents,
duaranted. , " (Adv)
has granted a divorce decree in favor
of. Ann' V Cummins in her suit
against Ruben O. Cummins. The cou
ple1 were n!!rried at Salem in Novem
ber, 1917. Mrs. Cummins in her com
plaint alleged that her husband had
deserted-her about one year after
their marriage. She is also awarded
$500 as permanent alimony, cost of
the procedure and the restoration of
her maiden name of Anna V. Lomax.
combined in a campaign to reduc? liv
j ing costs, John H, At wood, special
assistant to the United States attorney:
general, announced here today. 1
In large newspaper advertisements i
the organisations will advise consum-j
era here- to buy -only essentials. At-1
Wood said. Several large stores have
agreed to hold up contemplated im
provements, aggregating in one case
$1.000,00, so that selling costs may
be kept down, according to the assist
ant attorney general, who has been
investigating the cost of living in the
The merchants, he said, have
agrsjd not to r-arlc !; n;-lc-s 0" goods
on hand when an advance in price in
the commodity is announced.
Atwood, who planned to- go to Ta
coma. Wash., announced today he
had been recalled to Washington for
a conference with Attorney General
Palmer and believed that hei
not return to the Pacific coast.
j- GOES, GONE!
'Pape's Diapepsin" at once
fixes Your Sour, Gassy,
Acid Stomach .
S c - & c c
-every word of if
" I w it is, because I have tried it I
" H you are suffering ai I -did with
a skin-trouble that itches and burns liU
mad, and is so unsightly that you dread
o be seen ; if you are trying as I did
treatment -after treatment without real
lielp, then you can imagine how I felt
when Resinol gave me instant relief and
soon healed the eruption completely.
My doctor prescribed it.
"Why don't jmt try Resinol
Every druggist lelli Kcainol OintiMDt ftlul Rest
not t'oap. Sample free, write to Dept. 42-K, KetU
lot, Ualtimara, Md. itmtmimt Gti
for that skin trouHe
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
...... M - irtW-ffl" H"a
That's why most .
Salem folks now eat
0Ie product, scientifically made Entirely different than the or
dinary "Baker's" Bread. Try it and be convinced.
aIT HAS THE ROJMABE TASTE"
m OUR DELICIOUS PIES, CAKES, COOKIES, ROLLS. DOUGHNUTS
A surprise awaits you if you haven't eaten our
"A Meal In Itself"
Bernstorff Surprised At
Allies' Demand For Trial
6. One of the most
in Berlin- was Count
former ambassador to
Stomach acidity causes indigestion! ;
Food souring, gas distress! Wonder i
what upset your stomach f Well, don'tl
bother! The moment you eat a tablet
or two of Pape's Diapepsin all the i
lumps of indigestion pain, the sourness,
hoartburn and bclc-hinc of cases, due to !
would : acidity, vanish truly wonderful! I
Minions ot people vknow that it is j
needless to be bothered wilh indigos-
tion, dyspepsia or a disordered stom- j
Mb.. A few tablets of I'upe's Diapep-
sin neutralize aridity and- give relief j
at once no waiting! Buy a box of
Pape's Diapepsin now! Don't stay mis-j
arable! Try to regulate your stoniaehi
so yoifcatt eat favorite foods without
eusing distress. The cost is so little.
The benefits so great. (Adv)
The bigger your family
the less you can afford to
buy common tea it costs
so much. (
"What do you mean by
that ? The tea I am using
costs much' less than Schill
j By the pound, yes. By
the cup, no. Schilling's
manes a lot more cups to
the pound. It is actually
Don't believe it? Your
grocer pays your money
back if you don't find it so.
- There are four flavors of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon - India, Oolong,
English Breakfast. All one quality. In
, parchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages
At grocers everywhere.
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
f REE TO
. . &
ISUI vi 9
: Dob' EVc Cal-UcJ Vo Try Thit Nw Hum
Cm Tim Anua Co Vi Without
Ciwniar! h Ui al Tut. Simetr CImw
flul i tin Tabltt Occuiouilr
ur4 Rid WkI oi rUm.
Lei Ka Prove This Fres.
Mr Internal m. thl Ivr th trpnlmi'nt
nrt prmmunt rellpfof plies lnthrjnrr-rt
one. Thousands upon housudsof rte.
fvil letters festlfy to tills, and I wttnt j ou
lotr tnis method at U17 expense.
No mutter whether jour . Ik of lent
atanniniror recent deveiopiuent, wbt-thrr
M ichronicorai-nt. wiiem-r it In oi-cn-lonajor
permaucot. you should send frir
thin free trial treatment.
Nf mur where you live no matter
wh your HKeortwuupatton -u you r
trontjred with piles, my method will r-ll-e
1 eDcially want to send It to tho
apparently Hopeless cases whereull forms
at nlntmnts, salves, and otfler local ar
ptlrntiona have tailed.
1 want yo to realtee that my method
of treatlna piles Is the one most depend
This liberal offer of free treatment l
too important for you to Brlet a duals
oay. Writ now, Bend no money. Simply
XOUAY COUPOU - bai do thi' l,ow
Free r!e tliimsdy
E. H. Psire,
rageBldn., Marshall. Mleh.
Pl' aie send free trial of your V-thod
lUrds u.ie nesla only for rearing their
younif and not for shelter.
We Have Prepared for a Grand Rush Saturday
IS PI rfl II
Men's DreSS Shoes Hundreds of men who have already taken advantage of the prices on cloth-
$9.00, $10 and $11 Values ing, shoes, etc., are telling their friends and neighbors. The papers, are being
$5.95 read by other hundreds until now it is a well known fact throughout Mar-
Men's DreSS Shoes ion and Polk counties that we are actually selling clothing during this sale at
$5, $6 and $7 Values jr rp w-i . ' -
e.95 Less Inan ractory Prices
Boys School Shoes " " -" ' ;
$3fJldS 63 MensSuitsFor $14.85 V Mens Overcoats at $17.85
: Suits that were $17.50, $20.00, $22.50 One line . men's $25.00 Overcoats,
Ladies Fibre Hose and tQ $25 0Q ' Blle Sevgeg' you'll be surprised when you see
Worth $1.00 and $1.25 Black - , , . , , these coats at
Tan and White among them, mostly small sizes tnese coais at
75c $14.85 . v m :
Men's 25c Fast Black Sox . - M ,n ;
6 pairs for ; , Men 3 Overcoats
;. Jl.OO ; , ' Men's Suits .For $26.25 Big line of men's overcoats, plain or
Men's $2.50 Fleeced Suits that were 0,5.00 and up be!ted' mad ! Oregon wool,
Cotton Union Suits' to $:57.50, staple 'or young-men's sty- priced special at
ClfK -.;' $19.95, $22.50, $29.25, $35.95, $40.50
J1'03 les, sizes P6 to 44. See them at"
Men's $5.09 Natural & "P'
Wool Union Suits v ' ;
$3.95 Men's Raincoats at $3.85
Men's $5.00 All Wool Cell's Suits at $29.95 $5.00 and $6.00 rubberized rain coats,
, Flannel Shirts Suits that were $:57.50, $40 and up to special for this sale
' $420 staples, waist seams, plain or ( $3.85
, Men's One-Piece belted, worsted, cassimeres and Regular $10 fancy rubberized rain
Khaki Work Suits . tweeds coats, special
Men's $2.50 and $100 ?5 ;
Negligee Shirts : ;
$195 .. t7,n Bovs Kmcker Suits
, -., . men S SUItS at .DU Knicker Suits, Waist Seam, Belted or
Men S $2 and S2.Z5 Suits that were $45.00, $50.0O and up Plain. Some with two pair Pants
gij to $60.00 staples or young men's sty- $12.00 and $12.50 suits at J g5
TToTa j go les in waist seams' telted or. plain $14.00 and $15.00 Suits at ..... $10.95
kn S $2.50 and $i M,PA $16.50 and $18.00 Suits at........J12
Soft Hats, black or colors $37.50
$1.95 . r :
Men's and Bovs Caps . Men's Overcoats at $14i5 Men's and Boys' Mackbaws
$1.50 and $2.00 Values A. x Made of Pure Oregon Wool
75C Small line of Overcoats that were Mackinaw. ...- $745
BOVS' $150 and $2.00 $20.00, not m,any it is true, while $15 Men's and Boys' Mack-. . ,
y ClothHats theylaS: ... inaws..,. $H.85
; ;" r"":-.- 75c ' ' : "l- ' $14.85 ' ' ' ' ' - $2Q Men's Mackinaws : $15.95
457 State Street'