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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1920)
.rnVESDAYMAY 5, 1920.
flot Leave Unpaid
Bills, Nor Skip
Monitor. Or.. May 5After a care
investigation of matters pertaining
la article which appeared in The
H (tll Journal under date of April 13.
Ch it was stated that Dr. Oftedal
iff abandoned his .tore in Monitor
J ift for parts unknown without
notice to his creditors, it is
id that the reporter had been
KnU Dr. Oftedal. it seen
his stock of goods to an ad
fSS company in Portland, and
SS I were given 60 cents on dol
, Mr Gillis. haing been one of
flitter, took over the stock of goods
v rh were located in his building. Dr.
Sal did go to eastern Oregon on
UI w hi. family remained in
St. and he had no intention of;
S permanently, or of trying to
payment of bills. This correc-j
Sfl made freely and gladly in Jus-j
Ze to the doctor In question and to
Capital Journal, whose aim is to J
truthful in all statements. !
City Zoned To ' Aid
Removal Of Refuse
preparatory to aiding in the "clean
M week" which begins in the ei
Way 10, the municipal street depart
ment has oned the city and will haul
off rubbish and refuse in the most
ff5tematlc way. That the work of re
moving the waste may be expediated
Sireet Commissioner Low asked today
that cltiiens place the waste In recep-'
taoles at the west end of all alleys
running east and west, and at the
north end of all alleys running north
As teams will not make more than
one trip to each alley days have .been
designated when the rubbish should be
on hand to be removed. On Monday,
May 10, all rubbish collected In that
district south of Mill street will be
removed. Tuesrtav if .m i .
""i w removed r -
in that district between Mill and Vn-'H
..w, i.oiciiu6 iUe Business dis-!
trict Wednesday teams will operate'
north rtf TTninn rtuit vl. - ..
...... iuB guy KmitS
are the east and west boundaries of
THE CAPITAY JOURNAL
Mrs. J. Christman Proved
That Lydia E. Pinkham't
Vegetable Compound is a
Remedy for this Trouble.
Binghanjton, K. Y. "I was in a very
nervous condition for over a year, my
minu was gloomy,
could see no fight on
anything, could not
work and couM not
have anyone to see
me. Doctor's med
icine did not help me
nd Lydia & Pinto
Compound was re
commended. I took
it and am now
w 1 1 T
m i cvum-
Trtfind if in .11 .m;
ea with nejvous prostration." Mrs. J.
Christmas, 193 Oak Street, Bingham
ton, New York.
The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, is unparalleled'. It may be
used with perfect confidence by women
who -suffer from nervous prostration,
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, irremilftritiofl nurinHin naina
ache, bearing-down feeling, flatulency,
iuuigcBi.iuu aim dizziness. .Lyaia IS.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the
standard remedy for female ills.
If there are any complications about
wliinh vnu nwwl silrlna
fidence to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
iO., liynn, mass.
iVW t -- mmm . Jill S i. X II W
THU1RSD) A Y, FRIDAY I
I and SATURDAY 1
JOURNAL WANT ABS PAT.
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sanitary Baking Powder
acrory in me world irom
a factory full of fresh, pure
air, plenty 01 sunshine and
ploye is healthy, happy
and content from a
factory where spotless
machinery takes the
place of human hands 1 (f.
and purity is the goal from
rOWder entprs vnur rinnrw with
all lis nuritv and trenuirM pond.
ness kept intact in sealer dust-
In the great Calumet factory Ripre is onlv
on standard and that standard ia excel
Excellence in process of manufacture,
awlence in ingredients, excellence fa
tees and excellence ia bakeday retuhs.
To maintaia that cherished standard ia
PJPwoBed ini of every employe, and to
uniformity in the quality, wboie
nd purity of Calumet, aa
fallible method of testing it used.
The final result of all this watchfulness,
ere,th1 sanitation and excellence ia
Jumet ingredienta is maniieat In the
- The lisht, tender, tasty bakiocs.
ZT " Jcnuiucly good, wttoJesome and .
KJ others-have made Calumet
n?s mort popular Baking Powder. '
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r oeej-br U, 3. Food AiitiMcaif. . .. ,
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'4R Di4 FS WfEiV KOU imL COMH TO THIS GREA T, SALE HUNDREDS OF THRIFTY
SHOPPERS WILL G.ATHER HERE, TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THESE
WWi,iiyij,.,,,Ml,l,.,JMWWMgl " , 1
TO MAKE THIS A SALE LONG TO BE REMEMBERED THE PRICES HA VE BEEN CUT BELOW
'AND A FRACTION OF COST, ELIMINATING THE HIGH COST OF LIVING rAND ALL PRIFI-TEERING
Two Dollar Values
and Up for - 1
VESTS, Ladies Vests, special QQ
HATS Men's Hats,- Art
' ' li: '-
UNION SUITS, Extra Special; C147m
Quality, 2 Suits .....;........ 4A,U"
' ' : .- . w ' ' '
BUNGALOW APRONS, one to a P1 "aa
s customer" at D1.UU
SEE THE BARGAIN TABLES LOADED
WITH GOOD BARGAINS
PAILS, 50 cent Pails, one to ' 1 OA,
TOILET PAPER, OS I
5 rolls LDL &
NOTIONS HALF PRICE.
LACES, yard ; AV
2 PAIRS CANVAS GLOVES
shoes .......... ....... .r....:l::......10
HATS . : 39C
Paying High Prices
BROOMS, one to a
SHOES, a good assortment, .
GLOVES, Canvas Gloves,
2 pairs ,
SWEATERS, Greatest values, CI iQ
Regular $2.50, Special tOl.O
OVERALLS, Men's Blue
the yard ,
LADIES' KHAKI COVERALLS, $1 fig
regular $3.25 at -
CHILDREN'S KHAKI COVERALLS 1 v
LADIES' HOSE, . .
2 pairs at ...
D'CEDAR MOP .
SOAP Here are Unsurpassed Values.
Soaps Here Are Unsur
ELK SAVON SOAP, 21 bars jj t AA
CRYSTAL WHITE, 15 bars pl.UU
WOOL WASHING, 15 bars .......
Lighthouse Cleanser, can
Ball Bluing, Special Tuesday...
Citrus, the package :..;'... v
Palmolive, 12 bars for 81.00
Fairy and Sweet Heart Soap, ' "XKo
2 bars for LOKj
ONE BAR FREE with Every One Dollars
One Dollar Values
and Up" for?
25c HOSE,: . rn
- 4 pairs for;,;.... OUC
HOUSE APRONS, . 'rnn
Special t "C
x, COTTON BATTING
TWO POUND ROLL 50c
BLOUSES, BOYS BLOUSES, r A "
Special v : OUC ,
Hundreds of other items too numerous to'
BOWLS, set of five
Full -Size, special
REMNANTS HALS PRICE
CURTAIN RODS $C
PAILS ' 29C
BUTTONS, per card
CROCHET THREAD .
RIBBONS, HALF PRICE.
CHILDREN'S HOSE 23c
TABLE CLOTH, yard 59C
HOUSEDRESSES '. S1.98
SOAP, 21 bars $1.00
REMNANTS, HALF PRICE.
' AND FRIBATS
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