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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1922)
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FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
WILL CONDUCT ITS
In Marion and Polk Counties Only. Outside, Regular Rate
MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS ONLY
This Rate Does Not Apply to Carrier Subscribers
In The Capital Journal you get full Associated Press Dispatches; Willamette Valley news covered by special
correspondents; and all the news of Salem. "
The Capital Journal's editorial policy is progressive, independent and fearless. It does not hesitate to tell
the truth. It fights the battle of the taxpayers for lower taxes and exposes graft and corruption.
"Bringing Up Father," amU'Mutt and Jeff," the world's greatest comics, appear daily, along with other high-,
grade features. "
The Capital Journal carries more Want Ads than all other papers of the Willamette Valley combined, and
is the people's bargain counter. The most "real newspaper," for the money, in the United States.
The Capital Journal leads in circulation and advertising, and dominates the field.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL,
Enclosed find three dollars for one year's subscription t.t bargain day
rates to the Capital Journal.
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