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THE DAILY CAPITAL JO? RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAR. 2, 1916.
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IT MAKES NO
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merchant orders me to sell his stock, its got to be sold, Its no monkey business with me. I
make the prices to suit myself and the Chicago Store management has nothing to say. The
entire stock is now in my hands and I can sell it or give it away. I stand ready to back any
statement I make during stay at the Chicago Store. All goods are marked in plain figures.
WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES 9
WORTH $1.25 TO .$1.50 AT
Cheaper than you can make
them; just ihe thing to jump into
in the mornisH.
LADIES' NEW SPRING SUITS 8
WORTH UP TO $15.00 NOW I
Don't put it off, come and see
these new Spring Suits that I am
offering at $7.99.
LADIES' NEW SPRING SUITS
WORTH UP TO $20.00
If you intend buying that new
Spring Suit, you should get in
while the assortment is good.
LADIES' NEW SPRING SUITS
WORTH TO $22.50 AND $25
These are all classy new Spring
Suits, and worth your time to
investigate; don't put it off.
LADIES' NEW SPRING COATS
WORTH TO $10 REG., GO AT
You can't pay regular prices
here, why not buy that Spring
Coat now and save money.
LADIES' NEW SPRING HATS
WORTH $4.00 TO $4.50, AT
All new Sprng styles, come while
the assortment is at its best,
they are nobby and neat styles.
Jl LnilhL (U 1M1 il A U O 3
E. G. SEAMON, Representing LEWIS & BROS.
no ws or
Will Come to tlie Chicago Store
they cannot resist the temptation to Buy. Tis true indeed that some of the
prices I've made look unbeleivable. When I was a boy, I was taught to obey
orders, and lam still obeying orders. I have been instructed to sell the stock
of merchandise at the Chicago Store, and to sell it quick. And when a
LADIES' SUITS WORTH AS i
MUCH AS $25.00
They are not Spring styles, and J
you should have a couple of I
FOR THE WOMEN FOLKS
?1 00 SMrt vaists at 45c I
?1 50 lddy Blouses . ... 98c 1
$1.00 Ladies' Union Suits 49c I
Lot of Black Hose 5c J
85c to $1 Corsets, pair . . 48c 3
lin Combinations 45c 1
Iff For Men and Women Too I
I J 10c Plaid Dress Ginghams, yard 6V4c
c : 75c Wool Serge,' yard 48c V" j
I v 65c Crepe Dress Goods, yard ... 39c t I
! 25c Fancy Silks, the yard 19c f JS
V 35c Shepherd Checks, yard 18c I
Vv $1.00 Table Linen, the yard .... 49c I i
urocery specials . i "ecia "
"n Columbia Hiver Salmon fr f Men's Pants. Work or Press
18c the can $1.36
e , , , ' f nii'l i''c Mmii'h Work
,'(.)( Sai'k Orauaiii Hour Shirts at
29c the sack 35c
r,9.- Onc-Khlf Gallon Cone ami ,, ,o.-, Men's Fine
.M.l feyrup 0lM jMt Comcta I.ir,.slt Shirts
69c half gal. i t0 M.00 vaua 69c
4)i- Oranjps, Size 100, Lare I nrol (tn.dO M.-h's Soft
Size I Huts, now I
29c doz. J OOC $1.49
y the Wind Bio ws9
Rains f he Crowds
LADIES' LIGHT COATS WORTH
.UP TO $15.00 AT
Why do I do it? I got to sell 'em;
that's the reason; ask to see
FOR THE MEN FOLKS
10c Mens B!ack Sox 5C
15c Men's Tan Sox ...... .' 9c
50c Men's Underwear ... 39c
85c Men's Flannel Gowns 48c
Lot Men's White Handker'f 3c
50c Men's Suspenders ... 25c
CO., of Minneapolis and Spokand in Full Charge
WOMEN'S DRESSES WORTH
AS MUCH AS $12.00
You should not miss seeing
these dresses, they are worth
LADIES' NEW SPRING HATS
WORTH $5.00 TO $6.00 AT
Plenty of neat styles to choose
fromdon't overlook the Mil
linery Department while at the
MEN'S CLOTHING WORTH UP
TO AS HIGH AS $10.00 AT
I have priced these Suits to
move; no use to pay regular'
prices when you can buy at
TO $15.00 GO AT, THE SUIT
Your size, bank $7.50 in one of
these suits, and save yourself
some money; now is the time.
MEN'S CLOTHING WORTH UP
TO $18.00 AND $20.00 AT
Hitch a ten spot to one of these
I suits: clentv of sizes and verv
TO $4.00 GO AT, PAIR
Come tomorrow and get fit in a
pair of these calf shoes and be
glad you did it.
Sim Franciai-o, Mr.ri.-h 2.
Trnie liptucfu the ri'iiul.li. an
stntc cent ml coimnitt.-i' nti.l the
' ' imlopciuloiitM ' ' han ynno to
As a result, tho " r.'Rnlitrs"
will confer here SivturJay r.nd
select n slute of delegates tn ' :
the national convention, while
tho so-i'nllvcl Knrl faction of lu- f
ilefendents will stick to the
slate they have already chosen.
together with their l.lun of mi-
iting G. 0. P. and bull nii :e
state factions iind Munilinj; for
u rroyresKive at Chicago.
!t ! i:
Polk County Poultry
I (Tniitnl .Tournal Special Service.)
I Dallas, Ore., March 2. At a meeting
of the 1'olk County 1'onltiy association
i held at the court house Saturday after-
i noon plans were laid for an exhihit of
the poultry ot the niemlieis to lie li I t
in this city some time next December.
For the past two years the poultry
shows have been held in conjunction
with tho annual l'olk county fair but
as the birds are not in the best of con
dition at that time of the year the idea
of co-operation with the enmity fair
was jivcn up and a separate exhibit
will hereafter be held. Dining the
course of the mooting the officers of
the association were all re-elected to
serve tho pinning year. They are;
Vresident, J. M. Card; vice-president,
If. A. Woods; secretary-treasurer, Mrs.
Winnie Biiiden; executive board, Henry
Voth. Vied Cooper and A. V. Oliver.
The meeting adjourned until Mavch '-Ti
when ways and means will be discussed
for the providing of funds for the car
rying out of plans, for the coming sea
son. Monmouth Man Insane.
Fred P. l'yle, of Monmouth, husband
of the proprietor of the Monmouth ho
tel, was declared insane last week and
committed to the state asylum at Salem
by'.Iudge ,T. D. Teal. It was not gen
erally known in the community in which
the 1'yles lived that. Mr. I'jle was in
sane but it is said that on several oc
casions he has threatened the life of
Mrs. l'yle. l'yle was formerly a travel
ing salesman for a packing house and
is well known throughout the Willam
Imperial Hotel Open.
Tho doors of tint Imperial hotel were
opened this morning niter being closed
for about three months, ,T. M. Audei-1
of Carlton, an experienced hotel I
mail, is the new proprietor. The rooms
have been thoroughly renovated and put :
in first class condition fur the puldic. :
Mr. Anderson has had charge of the
Bri.iolis hotel at Carlton fur a niimliei i
of years and has u host of friends
among tho traveling puldic who will be
pleased lu learn of him locating in this
Sella Plumbing Business. j
C. W. Vaughn, who has been in the;
pliiinliing business in Dallas for a Hum-1
her of years, U making nrrnugciiieuts. to
dispose of his business to Kicli k Kllis
and (iuy Unit hers. Mr. Vnuuhn will re
tire from the business and move onln
a in n.-li lecentlV purchased by him near!
Nathaniel Hughe has filed npplien
lion in the circuit court for final cer
tificate of citizenship papers. The ap
plication will be heaul at the October
H'-siou of the court.
Circuit .hidge 11. II. licit went to Mr
Minnville, this morning where he will
hold court the balance of the week, (in
next Monday the trial of Mrs. Hootli.
who is charged with being one of the
party who killed her husband last fall,
"ill be taken up. Judge Holt was ac
companied by Ids eouit leporter, Miss
li. Ha n et i.
Mr. and Mis. Kail Shnlt. of McMinu
ulle, were over Sunday visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. Miull. on
Miss Kinnia Mudton returned Tuesday
from a short visit with relatives an. I
friends in Cortland.
(ieoige T. (iei linger was a Inif-inoMi
visitor at Mills City the liist of the
j w eek.
iialph Adams, of lloskins. was a conn
1 ty seat business visitor Tuesday,
j I.. V, .Muckiu. a business mint of Mon
j mouth, was a Dallas visitor tho first
j of the week. Mr. Macliin was formerly
I school supervisor of l'olk county and at
j pre-ent is a candidate for county clerk
j ou the republican ticket,
j Moss Walker, of Independence, was
in the city Sunday a guest, of Mr. and
! .Mrs. .1. R Thompson, at the (lail hotel,
j Walter Nichols, of Falls City, was
I guest, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I.
W. Kevnolds, Sunday.
Phil Price left Tuesday for Oregon
City, where he will be employed ill one
of the Price Urns. ' stores.
W. (!. Vassall, vice, -president of the
Dallas City bank, was u Portland i.-il-or
the first of the week.
Charles Hilveu was a Capital Citv
visitor Saturday and Sunday.
County Judge John li. Teal was down
from his Pulls City home for a short
time Monday looking after the business
in his office.
Miss Pearl (livings visited with rela
tives in Portland Sunday.
P. K. Kllsworth was a 1'oitland vi.-il
or the first of the week.
Palterson & Tooze
Dispose of Business
The firm of Patterson & Tooze has
Isold their business to Sam and Joe
j Adolph, the new firm taking possession
I yesterday. What Mr. Patterson or Mr.
'Tooze intend doing is net known, but it
is sate to say tney will lioth 'soon be in
business ngnin as the me hustlers mid
would be lost if not engaged in home
thing. Mr. Patterson or "( ieoige" as most
know him, has been in business in some
capacity in the location just turned
over for IS years, lie came here from
Ashland with Mr. Connor when the lat
ter took ch arge of the Willamette ho
tel, now the Marion, and was chief
clerk for hi in for nearly two yearn.
Walter Tooze, Sr., n nn old" resident
of thi! state, but has been in Salem but
"PEACE GOES TO PIECE3'
You have noticed.no doubt, that any
cold aggravates nasal catarrh, and the
flow of mucous amazes you hat such
objectionable matter could find lodg
ment in, your head. To ignore this
catarrh when the cold subsides i:
wrong because it continues to slowly
injure the delicate linings of the nasn)
passages and clog them up.
To correct catarrh, rfeanse the nos
trils frequently with a solution of warn
water and sak, insert vaseline on re
tiring, and take a spoonful of Scott's
Emulsion after meals for one month.
Scott's acts through the blood to feed
the tissues, and contains soothing
glycerine to check the inflammation
and heal the sensitive membranes.
Scott's is pleasant to tike.
' gcott & Uowuc, Illucittfidd. N. J. lS-.i(i
Compare values and
prices that you get at
One is Salem Creamery
Two dozen fresh Ranch
7 lbs. fresh Smelt . . 25c
3 loaves Bread .... 10c
3 pkgs, Matches ... 10c
2 pkgs. Corn Starch 15c
3 pkgs. Raisins .... 25c
2 cans Sunrise Milk 15c
3 cans Carnation Milk
1 gal size Peaches . .35c
1 gal. size Apricots 35c
1 gal. size Pumpkin 25c
1 gal. size Squash. . 25c
3 cans Tomatoes ... 25c
Beans 25c $
2 cans Van Camp
3 cans Sweet Valley
No. 3 A. & L. Pine
2 cans Table Peaches
3 cans corn 25c
25 oz. K. C. Baking
Powder . 20c
1 lb. Royal Baking
Powder .... .... 45c
2 pkgs. Arm & Ham
mer Soda 15c
3 cans good Clams. .25c
3 cans extra good
2 cans Columbia River
5 lbs. best cream
3 1-2 lbs. best Head
4 lbs. Japan Rice ,25c
3 1-2 lbs. white
3 1-2 lbs. pink Beans 25c
1 lb. English Wal
4 lbs. extra choice
dried Peaches . . .25c
25-lb. box extra choice
Nice streaked Bacon,
per pound 20c
Extra sugar cured
Backs, per lb. ... 17c
10 lbs. size Graham 30c
10 lb. size Pancake
10 lb. size Cream
10 lb. size Corn Meal 30c
Picnic Hams, per lb. 11c
R. N. Morris
Fair Grounds Road
u few years, coming here fr m Palbot.
The new firm needs no int reduction
to Salem people as everybody knows
Sa:a and Joe Adolph. They have u
splendid location, a wide u.'quiuii I n tie 1
and a thorough knowledge of the busi
ness, which means the old " Talkingto i
corner'' will continue to be as in tliu
past one of the most popular results in
Lloyd Thorp and Miss Lena Tiiy Acl. -lev,
both of Marion county, were inu'
i ied yesterday afternoon by the lie. .
H. . Avison, at the Methodist p irson
age. The marriage was witnessed b '
Mr. and Mrs. (1. 11. Thorpe, parents u:
Try Capital Journnl Want Ads.
proves it. 25c at all djiiftpits.