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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, QREG TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1916.
Got Rid of My Corns
With Jagic "Gets-If
Simplest Corn Cure in the World No
Pain. No Fuss. New, Sure Way.
TomorrowCome to the Chicago Store
and see what a 25 cent piece will buy for you. Without a doubt, tomor
row will be the biggest defy we have had since I Started the Chicago
Storeys $20,000 Sale. Below I have priced for tomorrow's selling 42 Special Priced
items for you to grab up. You know what standard merchandise is, now then glance over and
take one good look, and then decide for yourself, whether they are real bargains or not. In
making out this list for this Two Bit Day, I never gave the cost of the goods one single thought.
I just went through and picked out 42 items and put on a price that will sell 'em quickly. In
order to protect the Chicago Store froai wholesale buyers, I reserve the right to limit quanities,
but remember you can have a liberal amount of each special. This Two Bit Sale Is for tomor
row only Come and share in it. ,
Two Bit Sale
CURTAIN SCRIM TWO
Lot of Curtain Scrim wortm to 25c, DfTO
at 3 yards for - Dl 1 u.
TABLE NAPKINS ' TWO
Lot of Napkins, good size, sold at 15c DITC
each, now at 3 for Dl 1 J
BED TICKING TWO
12 l-2c and 15c Blue Striped Bed .. DITO
Ticking, at 3 yards for .DUO
COTTON CHALLIES "TWO
6 1-io Cotton Challies, limit eight DITC
yards to one customer, for DUO
OUTING FLANNEL TWO
12 l-2c Outing Flannel, all the wanted DITC
Patterns, 3 yards for Dl 1 J
NEW PERCALES - TWO
12 l-2c Light and Dark, Percales, DITC
maVked special at "3 yards for Dll J
PILLOW CASES TWO
15c Quality, full size Pillow Cases, RTTC
special at 3 for Dl 1 U
6 1-ic Bunting, all colors, marked DTTC
at 6 yards for .". DUO
KIMONO FLANNEL . TWO
25c Quality Kimono Flannel, marked DITC
at, special, 3 yards for DIIu
iiim. ii.i i mmium ii imii Mill iiiim Will II Hill II II I II "7"! I I -
v 1 1
X ; ft?.
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Two Bit Sale
25c Quality French Waisting Flannel, DITC
special at 2 yards for DUO
18c Quality Rippeiette Dress Goods, DITC
marked at 2 yards for Dl 1 0
10c package of Rick Rack, mostly DITC
all colors, 6 packages for ....-.... Dl 1 0
10c Aimour'8 high grade Toilet
Soap, at i Bars for
One Lot of Soisette, Linens and etc.,
worth to 25c a yard, 3 yards for
12'2c and 15c Quality Dress Ginghams, DITC
marked at, special, 3 yards for Dl 1 J
35c Quality Children's Outing Flannel DITC
Sleeping Garment, 2 for Dll J
$1.50 Quality Ladies' Tailored Waists, DITC
only one to a customer, at each Dl 1 0
10c package of Diamond Dye, all DITC
colors, at i packages for Dili
Two Bit Sale-Bring Your Two Bits Along Two Bit Sale
Lot of 50c Children's Outing Flannel
Sleeping Garments at
Lot of 15c Quality Ladies Tan. Hose at,
3 pSr for ,
MISSES' HOSE '
12 l-2c and 15o Quality of Misses Hose,
special, at 3 pairs for
Special Lot of Ladiea 15c and. 25c Hand
kerchiefs to go at 3 for :
BATH ROBE FLANNEL
50c and -75c Quality Bath Robe Flannel at
FANCY BALL FRINGE
25c Quality Fancy Ball Fringe to go at
8 yards for
15c and 25c Fancy Dress Braids, marked
at 4 yards for
35c Quality Ladies' Cotton Lisle Gloves at
2 pair for
Two Bit Sale
LADIES' HOSE TWO
25c Ladies' Tan Fibre Silk Hose to go at DITC
2 pairs for : Dll J
LADIES' BRASSIERES TWO
49c Quality of Ladies' Brassieres on DITC
special sale at, each '. Dl 1 0
CHILDREN'S' UNION SUITS TWO
50c Children's, Nazareth Waist Union Suits piTC
marked at, each Dl 1 J
TAFFETA RIBBONS : TWO
15c Quality Silk Taffeta Ribbon, mostly DITC
all colors, 3 yards for Dl 1 J
BURLAP " TWO
25c Quality Burlap, marked at, special, 2 DITC
yards for Dl 1 0
WHITE OUTING FLANNEL TWO
8 l-3c Quality White Outing Flannel, marked DITC
at 5 yards for Dl 1 u
CRETONNE " TWO
10c Cretonne, for tomorrow only, at 1 yards DITC
for I Dll J
DRESSER SCARFS : TWO
Dreser Scarfs and Center piece, worth DITC
up to 60c, at 3 for Dl I J
Two Bit Sale
JELLY POWDER TWO
xvc. viuauiy jeuy rowcier marked at 4 DITC E
packages for Dll J (
15c can of Salmon, 3 cans to a customer, DITC
3 cans for - Dll J
PUREE TOMATOES TWO
10c can 3-Q Puree Tomatoes, 1 cans to a DITC
customer, i cans for Dllo
SARDINES IN OIL TWO
5c can Sardines in oil, only 7 cans to a DITC '
customer, 7 cans for Dll J
CAMPBELL'S SOUP TWO
10c can Campbell's Soups, only 4 cans to a DITC
customer, 4 cans for Dl 1 0
BOYS' HATS TWO
Lot of Boys' Hats sold at 50c, now marked JJJ
HAND GRIPS TWO
Lot of Hand Grips now marked to sell for DITC
88c, yours for Dll J
MEN'S WORK SOX TWO
Men's 8 l-3c Work Sox, now marked at DITC
5 pairs for Dl 1 U
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E. G. Seaman, Representing Lewis Bros. & Co. in Charge
Acreage In Pacific Northwest
475,000 Acres Below
When porns make you almost "li'
with your boots on," -whon youe
aoiikcd them and picked them ami
sliced them, when corn-swelling siilvet,
By Ryman H. Cohen.
(Written for the United I'ress.)
l'ortlnnd, Ore., April 18. All ove.
the world the H'lti wheat crop promise
to show a most serious ileire:ise from
that of l!H.r).
In most sections of the world t"ie de-
creased production outlook is due to
the fallini; off in the urea planted to
this cereal, but in many iustaees the
crop has pissed through the winter
with h very libera! amount of winter
killint; of plants and other damage.
In the Pacific ,'orthvest the condi
tion of the erop is most excellent and
hotter than an average yield per acre
is the present outlook. Notwithstand
ing this, tile total production of wheat
iu Oregon, Id.iho and Washington now
promises to show a decrease from It) 15.
There is a very material decrease in
the acreage. This is the leading reason
for the expected drop in the total vol
ume expected dining the coming har
vest. While previous to the coM snap it
was believed that the crop would move
above that of H'lti, even though tiie
acreige of winter planting was some
what less than n year nn, a consider
able amount of seeded laud was winter
killed, anil the leturiiH received at this
time indicate that the sj'riug jifiinting
will prove one of the smallest in years
is lnr ns wheat is concerned. A con
siderable portion of thfl land usually
sown to wheat will be planted to outs,
but accurate reports regarding this are
not. yet ohtaiuatile.
rrom over -uu special erop corres
pondents located in practically every
growing district in the orthwest, re
turns indicate that the )rea of winter
wheat available at this time for the
coining harvest is sliowliuir a total of
hut, ",()7.-.000 acres comhaied with a
showing at this time in It'l,') of 2,4."i0,
YrJiyTTiiTO Conn At All Wlieii "Gfts-It"
KwiovenThem the 'ew(Dead.siure Vfmjf
and tapes, bandages, and plasters that
make corns pop-eyed have only made
your corns grow faster, just hold your
heart n moment and figure this: I'm
two drops of "Uets-lt" on the com. It
dries at onee. You ean put your ?ho
and stocking on right over it. Th
corn is doomed. It makes the corn
come off clear and clean. It's the nAv,
easy way. Nothing to stick or press
on the corn. You can wear smaller
shoes. You'll ba a joy-walker. No
pain, no trouble. Accept no substitutes,.
"Uets-lt" is sold by druggists every
where, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by
K. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111.
Robinson house on
moved into tho
Mrs. 8. W. Woods, who has been
the hospital for some time, had an ope
ration for appendicitis Suturduv. .h
! is getting along nicely.
ino regular weekly meeting of tho
l'riscilla club was held Wednesday p.
m. at the home of ilrs. Wm. Strnyor,
who has a local fame for her generous
hospitulity and maintained that reputa
tion, at this meeting. At the business
meeting severul important matters wern
disposed of nnd the dav of meeting
r!'.n u.i .I....!... t
''"'Ii 'UIMlillli IClllllin III 1I1C, t 1 T.'l . . .
three states indicate A total area of ''n""K' 11 r tinny instead ot Ue.lncs
IMOIOO acres compared with I ,:i!0,00 ! d "y aM .1,1rt"m'rl.v' '.i1n0 ,tht' ''1uh niember-
101.r). Therefore, the total : '- 1 . """- ms,cuu ui
The Aumsville grange hnd its meeting
rogulnr 'first Thursday of each mouth
and third Thursday night. At the las'
meeting the subject or chicken raising
and care was brought up nnd a vol-
ompared with ,'!,H-10,OUO was passed requesting the extension
service or . a. i . to send us nn expert,
on poultry hiisbundry to lie given a'
the regular meeting in May. I'ossibl.r
an open session in the afternoon.
Saturday, April 22, will be a hie day
educationally for Aumsville. Kight of
spring area planted is showing n heavy
decrease from u year ago instead of the
increase expected earlier .is a result of
the smaller fall sowing.
Total area planted to wheat, in the
three states for the !!)!(! crop reaches
.1..: h.ihhi acres,
acres in ini.i ami .l,tii,000 acres in
l'.ilt. Therefore the present crop area
is the sinillcst in three years.
Da the face .if these figurs of the
wheat, acreage, it would look ns if the
I'acfiic Northwest is doomed to urn-
duce one of the smallest wheat crops in' the adjoining districts have been invii-
many years. This is rather severe, and led to be present and several have ir
is not exactly a fact. The condition ; dieated their intentions to be present,
of the planting is somewhat better than! County Superintendent Smith ..with
norniAl in the three stall's. This is espe-i his county workers nnd two or thrc
l ially , true of the light laud sections, ' grind speakers will be' pivicnt. Supei
which this season have apparently an ; intendent Smith lias had charge of the.
(ivor-aliundnuce of moisture. This means : program and all arrangements except b.
that (liegon, with a greater per centago ,.il. Three contests, including one en
ot ight land sowing than either Idaho declamatory ability, will be held he,
or Washington, .will tire soinewnat bet- tween the 'schools." flood sneakers (in
ter and will bring the total crop in this ' 1.(,mi.H1,,, (1 ,,,.,, ,,,, wlu ,mV(,
.mm, n ' 1 I 41 1 (1 11 1 I il I 1 11 1 II (J J, il I
ago. " j
On the basis of normal nroducJion on'
iiii- ucrenge iniiicnreil, the wlieat croi;
in Urcgou now looks like 20,000,000!
hushels, Idaho 1 l.oou.oou bushels lid
Washington M.OOD.OOO liush.;l!)--.i graa'ij
total of liii.ooil.Oiid hushels. The last'
returns of the l!il"i crop showed a grand
total of 71.000,1100 bushels. 1
The total acreage planted to wheat I
ill the Pacific Northwest for the Three:
years is as follows: j
101.") ;t,S Ki.ikiu !
If M5 :i,;ii.'i,()(Hi;
Winter and spiing wheat acreage for $
two yens in the tree states of the fa-,
I'ific Northwest show the follow hilt: i
Oregon 800,000 tuio.OIIO
Washington Ooo.OOO 1 .1111(1,11110
Idaho :i7ryi(il) o."i0,000
oral iiuuiliers. A ball game of the cour
t.y high school series will be held iu tin
afternoon. The executive committee of
the Parent Teachers' association hn-i
taken charge of the arrangements for
tne large basket dinner to be held 1.1,
'clock sharp at
will commence ui
Ilcin V hall. Hci-
Totals 2,()7.").OnO 2,-l."i0,ono
, loin 101.-)
Dregon 170,000 lM.1,000
Washington SOII.OUO 1,iiuii,(I00
Idaho 1x0,1100 210,oi(i
Totals 1,2(0,000 l,:iiMi,il(iO
THIS IF YOU
Micro is one sure way that never fails
to remove dandruff completely and tiial
is to dissolve it. This destroys it en
tirely. TV do this, just get about four
ounces (f '.lain, ordinary liquid arvon;
apply it. at niht when retiring; use
enough to moisten the scalp 1110I rjili
it in gently with the finger tips.
fly morning, most, if not, ill, of your
dandruff will lie gone, and three of
lour more applications will completely
dissolve and destroy every single sign
and trace of it, 110 matter how much
indriifl' .,01: may have.
HOW TO BE SLIM
If vou ure too fat and want to
reduce your weight 13 or 20 ',:
pounds, don't starve and weak-
en your , system, or think you '-.
must always lie laughed at on if
account of your fat, but go to
Central I'hnrinncy or nny v
good druggist, and get a
box of Oil o'f Korein capsules,
take one after each meal and
one before retiring at night. 4.
Weigh yourself once a week :i
ami note what, a pleasant and
reliable method this is for re- K
moving superfluous fat from
any part of the body. :'.
It costs little, is absolutely
harmless tmd a week's trial
should convince anyone that, it
is unnecessary to be burdened sj:
with even a sinyle pound of tin- x
sightly fut. :,:
Nothing takes the conceit out of
flirt like encountering n masculln
heart that is unbreakable.
at last I've found
Vou will f:iiil, too, tiiat all itching nnd Bft T 4 Tfl t?f
gginc of the scalp will stop iiist ,v, K' JJ
and ,vi) 1 1 r ha ir will be flatly, lustrous,
giossv, siikv an, I sott, ami look and feel
I handled times better.
Vou can get liquid urvou at, any drug
store. It is inexpensive, and four minc
es it a'l that mi will need. This simple
remedy has never been known to fail.
Mr. nml Mrs. W. K. Winslow went u'i
Ivan Cr. Martin of S'nlem, was in town
Tuesday looking for votes.
J. K, Kirkpntrick made a business
trip to Salem Wednesday,
Miss Margaret l)u llray went to Sa
lem Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Van Nays, of West Salem, vi-it-cil
at the (.'has. Van Nays heme Tues
day, It might interest you to read llelter
E. Keyes communication to the people
of Marion enmity iu this i,ue.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Owen Denier and chil
dren of Turner, visited in town Sun
A, w. Si'lirunk ami family have
I don't limp ami fuss nnfl worry- I
don't soolil and fret nnd bemoan my
fate nnd my iix-t "Dunion Ointort"
pavo me instant relief stopped tin;
tmin lnsnntly gradually reilnced tho
inflammation and softened and dissolved
the bunion without one bit of p.'iin or
discomfort. You can wer.r regular shon
110 pads, plates or eutting just put on u
'Kunion Cuuilort" and away goes yourpaiT
and away goes your bunion. Over 72, IW
men and women bavo been cured last ye.f
and v.c puarnntoe th.it you will fr.d eon.
p'.cle mtui! action wi'.li "llimioa Comfort'
or yon need rut pay one cent. Buy .'1
box t'Kby try two plasters, nnd if you do
not find instant relief, return the rcnuindci'
uiul gi;t y.iur money back. Wc knov wind
"ltimion Comfort" has done for others
we know what it can dj for you so try
tumn at our expense.
115 S. Commercial Street
J. C. Perry, Drussist,