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THE DAIT.Y CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 1U19.
Big Spring Easter Demonstration Sale
186-194 North Commercial St.
Every line in our departments of groceries, dry goods and clothing and shoes
will be cut to rock bottom prices. Our good quality of goods and the low
price, insures you the real Spring and Easter spirit. Our demonstration
sale Saturday and will continue Monday as follows:
Crown flour $2.95
Olympic and Snow Drift flour $2.90
Fisher hard wheat Snowfall....$2.75
Best valley flour $2.55
10-lb. sack pancake flour. 65c
10-lb sack corn meal, yellow
or white 65c
10 lbs. rolled oats 69c
Head rice, per lb 9c
Broken rice, lb 7c
Lima beans, 2 lbs for 25c
White and mixed red beans, 2 lbs 15c
Cream of Wheat 24c
Cream of Barley, 2 pkgs for 35c
Armour's corn flakes 12c
HO per cent reduction, below the whole
sale price in all kinds of coffees. A
premium of 1 pound of coffee free
with all 10 pound purchases.
Best coffee in bulk ...29c
Cane sugar $9.65
19 pounds sugar $1.00
Crystal White, bar 5c
White Flyer, 6 for 25c
Easy Day, Big bars, 6 for 25c
$1.40 brooms for 65c
Mop sticks 15c
Selected onions, pound .! 3c
Burbank potaotes, per 100 $1.75
Carnation and Borden's milk. 14c
Armour's and Libby's very best,
2 for ,27c
per case $6.33
Sweet Corn 15c; per doz $1.75
Sugar peas 15c; per doz $1.73
Standard tomatoes 15c; per doz $1.75
Clams, flat, 2 for 25c
Clams, tall, 2 for 35c
Red salmon, 2 for 35c
Armour's very best pineapple 24c
Grated pineapple, can 15c
Appricots, 2 l-2s, can 29c
Libby's pork and beans No. 2 15c
Soups of all kinds : 11c
No. 10 solid pack apples 50c
No. 10 solid pack peaches 65c
No. 10 Appricots 65c
No. 10 Sauerkraut : 45c
Mustard, pints 25c
OIL, LARDS AND COMPOUNDS
1 gal. Puritan cooking oil $1.95
No. 5 Armour's Vegetole $1.25
No. 5 Crown Shortenings $1.25
No. 5 Compound $1.18
Cottolene, 3 lbs, 6 ozs -.$1.15
Lard No. 5 $1.35
Umeco, Nut Ola and Nucco
Peanut butter 16c
Big reductions in syrup and molasses
White table syrup in bulk, quart....55c
Alaska Herring, each 5c
We are giving free premium coupons which are valuable in. securing nice sil
ver and glassware, crockery and a good many other items. Visit our prem
ium department. Please bring or phone your order early. All orders get
prompt delivery service here.
People's Cash Store
186-194 N. Commercial St. Phone 453
Three Times a Week
for Three Weeks
After the loug winter months too
mncn ncn ioixi ana too little e:
practically everyone fol the neces
sity for a good Spring Tonic and
Blood Purifier. Tho very best spring
medicine you can take U tho king of
Three time a weok for three woeks,
brew a cup of thig purely vegetable
lnxativa tea and drink it Just before
reMrij. ently, yet effectively, it
will drive out all impurities and not
only make you foel better, but look bet
ter, right away, giving you a iwcct
breath, cloar akin and a healthy appetite.
A a result of an Investigation of
the payroll of a Japanese section gang
which has headquarters in The Dulles,
the entire gang of 31 men wa dis
chs'sred by the railroad officials Inst
II All Around Town
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April ET- Joshua Btaa
fluid at First Christian church,
8:15 p. m.
April 4 5 Marion county
Sunday school convention, First
Aaril EO.-tEastor Sunday.
Hay 2 Celebration at Cham
poeg, 70th anniversary.
May S Last day on which
to register for special election
May S3 Junior week end,
May 19-23 I. O. 0. F. Grand
June 8 ttpeclal state elec-tioa.
Ruddy Cheeks Sparkling Eyes
Most Women Can Have
Says Dr. Edwards, a Wefl-Known
Dr. F. M. Edward for 17 yean treated
tcores of women for liver end bowel
ailments. During these year be gave to
his patients a prescription made of a few
well-known vegetable ingredients mixed
-with olive oil. Darning them Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets. You will know them by
their olive color.
These tablets are wonder-workers on tho
liver and bowels, which cause a normal
action, carrying off the waste and poison
us matter in one' system.
If you have a pale face, sallow look, dull
yes, pimples, coated tongue, headaches, a
Columbia river smelts In any quan
tity, ntts Market, tf
W bay liberty bonds. SI Masonic
Ndg. , u
A, O. Bohrastedt was yesterday elect
ed temporary president of the Oregon
state association of farm loan associa
tions, at the state session held in Eu
gene. The headquarters of the national
farm loan association for Polk and
Marion counties is in room 30.1 of the
Salem Rank of Commerce building
with V. D. Smith, sec rebirvtreasurer
The board oi directors of the y..i
county farm loan association a it now
stands is as follows: L. P. Hopkins,
president; Albert L. Collins, vice pres
ident; W. D. Smith secretary and
treasurer; W. H. Moses, Benson Shaw
and C. W. Parker. The loan commit
tee for Marion and Polk counties in
clude F. C. Ewing, T. J. Clark and
A. . Aufranc.
Dr. X O. MatthiV09-410 Bans of
Commerce bldg. Office phone 573, res
idence phone W8. 4 20
"The best" is alt tou can do when
deafh comes. Call Webb ft Clough Co.
Phone 120. tf
Phone 77 Oregon Taxi and Transfer
Co. for quick service. tt
I will sell the 8 room bouse at 1406
'Court Bt. for $3."0 See me at once.
listless, no-good feeling, all out of sorts, ! 11500 will handle it. O. W. Lailar. 405-
inactive bowels, on take one of IK 406 Hubbard bldg tf
Edwards' Olive Tablet nightly for a time a
and note the pleasing results. S. J. Herschbch of the firm of
PrrrT.!"''"'-''' f the Caoital Gar
take Dr. Edwards Ouve Tablets the sue- j , ,
cessful substitute for calomel now and has sold hi, interest in the busi-
then just to keep in the pink of condition. 1 ne to Charles Pprnner
Wc sad ix per dox.au oruggiso.
Oal., for en indefinite visit.
B. Mott offices moved to Baak of
Cesaaujres bldg, rooms 407,M. it
U0bf chicks, 644 State St Ma tf
Sammer school at the Capital Nor
mal ia now in session, Normal, eivil
service, bookkeeping, typewriting and
Wnoprnphy, Oregg & pit mat elassos
are formed. If interested, sail on us
at corner of 13th and Wilbar streets.
J.J. Kraps. is
Colonel John May and Major A. A.
Hull will arrive in the citv this ev-
ning to confer on military matters.
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
sua, wit over 35 years experience,
at my office. Dr. D. X. IWchler, den
tist, 302 U. 8. Nat. Bank bldg. tf
See the Diamond T ' track demon
strated by Chas. Livesley at 248 Btate
We redeem the Palm OHt free soap
coupon, being run in today'a Capital
Journal. l'errys Drug Ktore.
Dance at Woodburn Saturday night.
Dance at Aumsville Saturday Apr 5.
Levy Miller, formerly with the black
smith department of the Capital par
age, has opened a buttery acrviru sta
tion at the Center street feed barn at
Uli east end of the bridge.
Dance at Woodburn Saturday night.
The receiver, F. N. Derby, will sell
at auction every thing at the Inde
pendent Meat Market at one o'clock
tomorrow, tSnturuny, muss sola at pri
vate salo beforo that time.
Dance at AunisviUe Saturday Apr S.
A bouse buyer will pay up to $6000
spot easti for a snap, close in buy,
north of State Bt. C. W. Niemeyer,
Masonic bldsr. 4-5
Oeorgo B. Jacobs, who has been en
gaged in the sprace division work lies
returned to Salem and has established1
a factory in the Kightlinger shop for
manufacture of berry bullocks. Mr,
Jacobs has several million feet of
spruce especially adapted for tho milk
ing of hallocks and is as yet undecid
ed whether to work up tho lumber at
the mills or whether to slilp it here and
establish a largo factory.
See the Diamond T truck demon
strated by Chas. Livesley at 248 State
Wanted Fat hogs and stock hogs,
all kinds of cattle. 1425.M. 4-8
Dance Quarry's hall 4 miles south,
Saturday April 5th. Good music, .New
Dr. O. B. O'Neill optometrist-optician,
has resumed his practice over
Ladd & Bush bank bldg. Office hours
9 to 5 p. m. (Sundays by appointment,
l'hone 025. 8-1
H. & Eadcliff, who was formerly in
the real estato business hero and who
has or several months bedn in one
of the Portland ship yards, has' re
turned to talem. Ho lias established
offices fr his real estate business in
the rooms he formerly occupied in the
Woodmen attention: Eats and other
ibusincsb. 'om)o tonight. McCornuck
hall, over Meyers store.
Dance at Woodburn Saturday night.
W. A. Wlest. councilman from the
sixth ward, has been elected by Che-
meketa lodge Jo. i, i. u. u. x ., as
district deputy grand master for the
Ur. Wiest 3 denutv
.u-....ft - - r--.
clerk of the state supromo court. As
members of the state grann aooge,
a'hiih in tn nipet -in Malum ttifl week
beginning May 19, the following were
elected as delegates: W. A. Wiest, F,
I. W..tr. .1. II. t'heimwHlh. It. Q.
Henderson, C. O. Engntroiu and J. A.
All the mufde. all the hits, all the
timo at big dance. Armory Saturday
fiOOO Bolls new and beautiful Plain
wall paper to cliooso trom, Huron s,
Serge Suits for Young Ladies and Women
In the group are five smart models all qn'le new this Spring,
and all of exceptionally good dark blue serge. And we've just un
packed them! .
Their lines aro good, all are well tailored, and all are either
bound with silk braid or effectively trimmed with it. And they aro
most carefully made and finished, from tho little hand-dune button
holes to the soft silks which line them. . ..
There are rather plainly'tailored Biiits, suits in blouse style, suits
with tho new narrow belts, and suits that arc very straight and new
as to gilkouctto.
Specially priced at 32.50
Capes, Coats And Dolmans
New Spring Caies', Intest models in Merges, Poplins, Oubnrdines
and kindred uuiteiiuls including some thut are reversible. Various
st vies" and colors. Specially priced
If it's a tout that you prefer you will like to slip into a new
one of tan Panama. Box pleuts give it plenty of fullness, and there
is a silk topcollnr for prettinenx. It is lined to the wnist and is
A Great Many -Women Want Dokans
They are not necessarily expensive wrnps, as some women have
thought. A pretty one of poplin, Panama or (iiilmrdino can be had
in irniid, Pekhi. navv tans, and grey for
' . $28.50
NOW READY TOR TOUR INSPECTION
Trimmed Hats-$3.50, $4.50 $5.00.
$6.50. $7.50 and $9.00
Hundreds of new hats, including the charming model sketched ($7.06)
which is a type much affected by tho younger women, and nothing
in recent yenrs has been so artistic and becoming. Sailors of all
kind, Turbans Tains and various other close-fitting kinds. Plenty
of black, navy blue, brown, red henna and dust, alHO the new light
shades such as tftnpioise, Ihiltnrry rose, etc Wings aro a very im
portant feature and hlgn-clnas imported and Anierican -made novel
ties are used unsparingly.
(Old White Corner Building)
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
v -s. it - n I
GAS IN THE SMACH
Recommends Daily TJse of Magnesia to
Orercome Trouble 0uscd by Per
mentlug Food and Acid
8pokane, El!enburg and Walla Wal
la district need farm hand and are
anxious to get returned soldiers to
C. X. Loughridge, who for several
years was eounty clerk of Gillram
county, has Wen api ointel bv Govern-
With Mrs. I or Olcoft to a position ia the secretary
Hersehbach, he will leave for San Jose of state 'a office.
Gaj and wind in the stomach ac
companicd by that full, bloated feeling
after eating are almost certain evi
dence of the presence of etcessive hy
drochloric acid in the stomach, creat
ing so called "acid indigestion.
Acid stomachs are dungeroui because
too much arid irritates the delicate
lining of the gtomnch, often leading to
gastritis accompanied by serious stom
ach ulcors. Food ferments an'd sours
creating the distressing gas which dis
tends the stomach and hampers the nor
mal function of the vital internal or
gans, often affecting the heart.
It is the worst of folly to neglect
such a serious condition or to treat
with ordinary digestive aids which
have no neutralizing effect on the
stomach acids. Instead get from any
druggist a few ounces of Kisiiratcd
Magnesia and take a teasjioonful in a
quarter glass of water right after eat
ing. This will drive ihe gas, wind and
bloat right out of the body, sweeten
the stomach, neutralize the excess acid
and prevent it formation and there is
no sourness or pain. Hisurated Mag
nesia (in powder or tablet form nev
er liquid or milk) is harmles to the
stomach, inexpensive to take and the
best form of magnesia fur stomach
purposes. It is used by thousands of
Im,ple who enjoy their mcais with no
more fear of indigestion. I
Robert BolUer buys the O. H. Loomla
ranch south of town and will tuke
possession at once. Mr. Hollicr looked
around a long time and finally decid
ed on this fine ranch. Prof, L. J.
Murdoch buys the J. (.'. Wells mod
ern seven room bungalow and expects
to take possession in the near future.
D. 1). Bocolofsky acted as agent in
Salem's good dance at the rmory
Saturday night. W. I,. Bryant, mgr.
Ezoellent dance, good music, good
order every Saturday night at armory.
Walfelt instead of cloth for house
lining. Jturen 's Commercial Bt.
Soft pillows for tired heds, Burens
Roman Gold swing frames for hand
colored photos. Huren's Com. St.
in every jolden
The solid meat of
barley and wheat
No raise In prkt
during orsJnct tht war
Thin rain seems to please every one,
according to ithe genernlly expressed
Oiiiion. In tho first place. It pleases
the farmer, especially in the hill lauds
Fruit growers are satisfied wilh it
coming now ralher than after the
prunes and cherries nrc in bloom. And
now just to make everything look 100
percent, all that is asked is a week or
two of fine weather for the blooming
period. 1wst year there wag about
three weeks of ideal weather during
the blooming time, yesterday after
noon and lust night three quarters of
an inch of water fell In Knlcm.
A marriage license has been Issued
to Williiun John .Toncj of Salem, age
.rr and Ijola May Adams, 4.1, of Halem.
This is tho second ninrriugo for each.
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'YOUR BODYGUARD" - 30. eocjfafj
171 S. High Street
230 Ash Street
Phone Broadway 454
Ours is the only line of auto freight trucks operating
between here and Portland. We also make
DALLAS, MONMOUTH, INDEPENDENCE,
We buy produce of all kinds and with our transnor-
tation facilities we are able to pay the highest cash g
prices. Order your freight routed our way. Sell S
your eggs, dressed meats, poultry, etc., to us. j