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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1918.
The leases are signed. We must give pos
session of one store February 15th and the
other March 1st. This is our big final drive.
TTT The prices will be slaughtered. We're going over the top this time. We are extremely thankful
for the big victory of the Allies. Victory, victory, victory seems to be ringing thru every Ameri
can soul. We ask every man, woman and child in this vicinity to help us on to victory, victory,
victory in our big final store drive, WE WILL SMASH THE PRICES.
of Men's Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods to
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Corner Court And
Com'l Street, Salem.
STOPS COMING OUT
SaveYour Hair! Makelt Thick
Wavy, Glossy and Beauti
ful At Once.
ry as you will, after an application
of Danderine, you can not find a single
trace of dandruff or falling hair and
your scalp will not itch, but what will
jlcase yoa most will be after e. lew
wooks' use, when you see new. nair,
fine and downy at first yes -but
really new hair growing all over the
A little Danderine immediately doub
le the beauty of your hair. No differ
ence how dull, faded, brittle and scrag
gy, just moisten a cloth with Dander
ine and carefully draw it through your
nair, taking lone small strand at a
' tinw. The effect is immediate and
amazing your hair will be light, fluf
fy and wavy, and have an appearance
of abundance; an incomparable lustre,
coftnese and luxnriancc( the beauty
sad shimmer of true hair health.
Got a small bottle of Knowlton's
druir store or toi
let counter, and prove that your hairJ
isa a pretty and sort as any mat n
has beon negleoted or injured by care
less treatment, A small trial bottle-will
double tho beauty of your hair.
JOURNAL WANL ADS PAY
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17 minutes. . Three stop were made.
One at Bed Bluff, Cal., one at Bedding
Cal. at 9:40 a. m. Tuesday and one at
Eugene, Or., at 8:44 p. m. Tuesday.
The aviator left Eugene Wednesday
morning at 10:10 arriving at Seattle at
B:17 p. m., where ho landed on the
municipal golf linlta.
l'ur.ng the trip, Lieutenant Hoglnnd
countered adverse wealth conditions
but at its conclusion announced- that
stability of his plane enabled him to
overcome them without difficulty and
also stated that the advisability of nn
aerial mail service was ' without ques
tion. Hogland will rest in Seattle today
and start on the return trip to Sacra
mento, with a bag of Seattle mail Fri
HAZE GREEN NOTES-
' (Capital Journal Special Service)
' TTaznl Griwn. Dee. 4. Mrs. Atwatcr
and daughter, Wilma, and Miss Hat-
tic Slatterback of Airlie spent TfcanKS
giving At Georgo Bhodcs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Wallace, little Vio
.let Wallace, Misses Dorie and Eula
Bhodcs of Portland and Mr. TVIore ot
Vancouver were participants of thr.
Thanksgiving dinner at Eli Rhodes.
Miss Mary JJumgan went to roruana
Sunday to accept a position at the Good
Mr. and Mrs. J. Knutns ana aaugn-
er, Mrs. (jecil tiarnicK, miss Maggie
Bartruff of Middle Grove and Mrs.
Batchelor of Brooks enjoyed the hospi
tality of Mr. ana Mrs. Joo z,ieiinsni
Plans are on foot lor a spienuia com
,,,i,Wt riiriatmna tree" at tho Hazel
Green' school house. Everyone is asked
to help make it a success.
Miss Lonise Davis was home tne last
week end. . '
' (Capital Journal Special Service) ;
Turner, Or., Dec. 4. Postmaster B
C. Small has taken his first aerial trip
last week. He is in -California. Ono
extract of the letter 8ujr c witnessed
an Aerial parade of over two hundred
air ships, also he is expected to fly
each day. -
Wallace LaBranch was in Salem on
Stop Itching Eczema
Qarra. U . iS. DAT. 1 Ih l.
When you -walk into a dependable
hoe store and ask tor a pair ot
BuckhbchT Army Shoes, you
can be sure
That thit Army Shoe k
to standard - chat it is
made by workmen who
bmm turned out more than
ooxo Army Shon under
expert superviaon and that
it is backed by a recotd if more than fifty
fears of honest (hoe manufaduring.
' Look for our registered trade name
BtKXHBOfr stamped oa the tola of every
Shoe for our tmitual pratedioo.
There's just one thing
to remember ask for
tne Buckhecht Army
Shoe 'by name and be
sure that you get it
Then you will appre
ciate why it is worn by
and others in every walk of lite.
Should your dealer be unable to supply you,
end his name V the manufacturers Buek
iaghara and Hecht, San Francisco, Enclose
' ne of shoes yon desire and we will have your
Never mind bow often you have tried
and failed, you can stop burning, itching
ecsema quickly by applying a little emo
furnished by any druggist or 35c. Extra
large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the
moment zemo is applied. In a short time
usually every trace of eczema, tetter,
pimples, rash, blackheads and aimilar
skin diseases will be removed.
For clearing the akin and making it
vigorously healthy, always use) zemo, the
penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not a
greasy salve and it does not stain. When
others fail it is the one dependable treat
ment for skin troubles ot all kinds.
The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, O.
Wednesday looking after business f-
Mrs. G. A. G. Moore entertains the
It. E. Aid society Thursday of "thia
week at a Thanks offering.
The Parent-Teachers association will
entertain John W. L. Smith, at their
regular meeting Friday evening.
Mrs. Mary Barr was a Salem visitor
Tuesday. , -. - ii .. ..?
A letter fronyKoy Cole will appear
this week. Boy has found things live
ly "over there,'" being on the firing
line is b fun, '! : , , ,
Cattle Market Nervoos
la Portland Yards
North, Portland. Doe. 3. The cattlo
iiarket to date "tli's week is a very ner
vous affair and values have suffered a
sharp decline on an average of 60 cents
per hundred. Receipts yesterday to
taled 1700 head.,. Market quotations
are; Prime steers, $U.5012; good to
choice steers, 410.50(11.50; medium te
good steers, $9.5010.50; fnir to medi
um steers, t8rt9. Common to tl"
steers, $3.ijO(S7.50; choice cow and
heifers, 7.75fl8; medium to good cows
and betters, 56; eanners $34; bulls
and heifers, $56; eanners, $34; bulls
$57) "(jjjves, $9(12fi , stackers and
feeders, s)69.:' '" "'""e '
The run oi hogs la eonaiderably light
er although prices are alightly unset
tled all efferinga are being taken as
quoted. Prime mixed, fl0.6016.7S;
medium mixed, $16.6016:60; rough
heavies, H.6014.75; pigs, $1410;
bulk, $16.75. ,
Beceipts of sheep and lambs have
been of very moderate proportion of
late, values are holding steady and the
undertone of tho trade is decidedly
strong. Quotations ar: Prints lambs,
$1213;fai r to meium lambs, t'Jfffill;
yearlings, t)1011.50; wethers, s)910;
ewes, 46(558. i
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Cbamborlain's Oough Remedy
De not imagine that bccfuso other
cough madioinca failed to give you re
lief, that it will be the same with.
Chamberlain's Cowgh Remedy. Bear in
mind that from a small beginning this
remedy has gained a world wide repu
tation and immcnge sale, A medicine
must have exceptional merit to win.
ostocm wherover it becomos known.
THE PRICES WE ARE MAKING DURING OUR
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HAS STIMULATED BUYING UNTIL WE HAVE "GONE OVER THE
TOP" WITH COLOES FLYING
Suits, Overcoats, Shoes & Furnishing Goods
AT PRICES THAT CANNOT BE FOUND ELSEWHERE
In "Vive La France" At The Oregon Theatre on Friday
and Saturday of this week.
MEN'S SUITS ON SALE
Regular $15.00 Suits at J 95
Regular $20.00 Suits at. - $14.85
Regular $25.00 Suits at..: $18185
Regular $30.00 Suits at $23.85
Regular $15.00 Overcoats at J y5
Regular $20.00 Overcoats at $14.85
Regular $25.00 Overcoats at $18.85
Regular $30.00 Overcoats at... $23.85
JOTS PACKARD SHOES '
Regular $5.00 Shoes, are now $3.98
Regular $5.50 Shoes, are now .........$4.48
Regular $6.00 Shoes, are now . .....$4.98
Regular $6.50 Shoes, are now ....$5.48
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Reg. $1.50 Shirts and
drawers, broken line . 88c
Regular $1.50 Khaki and
Wool caps 98c
$2.50, $:?.50 and $4.00 Soft
And Stiff Hats
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Shirts
93c and $1.68
Wool Process Robes, 54x72
G. " W. Johns
ii & Co.
, . SALEM, OREGON.