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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. APRIL 4. 1919.
"BOOTS" "BOOTS" "BOOTS"
"BOOTS" "BOOTS" "BOOTS"
IT'S A DANDY
SI st. STEUSLOFF'S MARKET
Fresh and Cured Meats and Sausages of all Kinds
Dallas Man Appointed On
State Board Of Pharmacy
Governor OUott today announced the
appointment of Captain Conrad Strafrin
of Dallas, ins a member of tlie state
board of phuvmnrv, to succeed liosa M.
I'lummer, of Portland. The nppuintnicnt
becomes effective, 2d;;v "1, immediatelv
succeeding the expiration of tho term of
Sir. l'luinmer. Air. IMumuicr, who is
secretary of the board, had expressed
u desire not to serve further as u mem
ber. Captain Stnfriu recently returned
from France. He liud a splendid record
as captain of Company L of the old
Third Oregon. When the- war started
his company wivi one of the first to be! 1 '
ready for serv ice and Captalu Stafrin ; JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
cn"i" back from Fralnce with tho high
est praise of his men. Ho was with the
JJttited States troopi that were sent into
; Hum franco and saw service
I there. He is a prominent pharmacist of
Pains and baa ben active along ..niny
civic Hues, as wel aa inilitury. Captain
Stafrin was also oki the Mexican border
! with'his company.
UNLESS YOU KNOW.
BURPEES STRINGLESS GREEN POD VARIETY The beans that vviU
make Oregon dehydrated beans famous. We are introducing this
wonderful stringless bean, of highest table quality, into the mar
ket of the world.
ARE YOU READY, MR. FARMER-To do your part toward estab- .
lishing this industry in the, Willamette Valley? No matter
whether you are a fruit grower or grain, raiser ycu will find this
crop profitable and also
A GREAT SOIL BUILDER The Willamette Valley has been endow-
& ed with marvellous opportunities for raising fruits and vegetables f
S of the highest quality and that farmer who has a vision is quick- W
ly adjusting his crops accordingly. Grain farming will soon be-
t ' corae a secondary enterpri.se in fact many soils in the Willam- w
1 ette Valley are running out through continued grain cropping. Q
5 Cultivation and legume crops will restore them. Grow beans for 2l
J the legume and they will pay better than grain. J
5 LET EMYFAPJMFMT BEANS hose soil is adapted. Kun- NJ
2 aHe to handle a large acreage grow at least an acre. We want k
H beans this season and next, too, but beans this year is the para- O
mount issue. 2
D INTEREST YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS in Sowing beans. Let them L,
care for the crop and share in profits. L
5 WE DON! REQUIRE "BABY BEANS" buttake well developed pods,
3 tender and brittle as picked for table use. This means easier
picking and greater weight for the grower. J)
H IF YOU ARE PLANTING BERRIES OR ORCHARDS this Spnng, plant - .
J means betwee nthe rows. Their cultivation will be a big benefit
2 to the berries and young trees, or if you intend planting these fj
gj fruits next season there is nothing better than beans to put the w
soil in proper condition.
TWO BAD SEASONS oth exceedingly dry, have discouraged some M
TJ who tried beans but don't weaken, Mr. Farmer, the Willamette
f alley always did grow fine crops of string beans and will grow
them better than ever when you study their culture on a business W
USE FERTILIZER 1 fc wil1 greatly increase your yield and assist
g later crops. Intelligent fertilizing will determine in a large meas
A uie your success in farming. Ask us for information .on proper 7
kinds to use. " y
WE OFFER $60.00 PER TON for beans f- - ur factory and will '
furnjsh conta ners. Send fof any of the following free bulletins
cn culture. Beans, Carrots, Peas, Tomatoes, Spinach and Can Ber
ries. All are written by practical men from actual experience.
We supply seed at cost to our growers.
WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR SEVERAL THOUSAND
'Hcqiiiam Man Kills Wife
I Hoquiam, Wash., Apr:! i. Failing to
persuade his wife to drop divorce pro
ceedings, Alvin A. Bedjjwick, 28, shot
;her Into yesterday, turned tho weapon,
!on Kidney M. Heath, 60, her attorney,
jnnd then killed himself. All tlwec are
dead. Tho shooting took place in
j Heath's, offico where Redgowick had
i tione with his wife in an effort to haVe
j her divorce suit dropped. He had just
'returned from an Everett sanitarium
where he was under treatment for tu-
2:15, 4:15,7:15, 9:15
"A TASTE OF LIFE"
Salem King's Products Company
SALEM, OREGON PHONE 8:50
LUTHER J. CHAPIN, FIELD AGENT
.Shoulder Pork, "Roast
,or Steak, lb 2Sc
Loin Pork Roast
or Chops, lb 32c
Pure Pork Sausage
in bulk, lb 25c
Fresh Ground Ham
burger Steak, lb... Jgc
fat, lb - ;igc
Rib Boil lb . . 12 J-2c
Pot Roast lb 42c and 15c
Choicest Steer Beef
Pot Roast, lb 26c'Shoulder Veal Roast
Veal Stew, lb..
Prime Rib Roast, lb 32c
Tenderloin Steak, lb ...-39c
T Bone Steak, lb 35c
Plate or Rib boil, lb J9C
or Chops, lb --- 25
Lamb Stew, lb ......17c
Choicest fear Cured SW Sup Boncs' 'b 5c &
Open Kettle Rendered
No. 5 size pail SI. 50
No. 10 size pail $3 Q(J Dry Salt Pork, lb 28c
Hams, half or whole lb..-37c
Bacon, lb 35c Mlc
Oottage Rolls, lb 33c
Picnics and Jowls, lb 24c
Fresh Liver, lb - 5v
Fresh Tripe, lb -7c
Liver Sausage, lb .7c
STEULOFF BROS. Inc.
BUTCHERS & PACKERS
cDidyou lose that job
through a poor skin
There'! many a person whose
chance in life are limited limply be
cause of a skin that is blotchy and un
presentable. Pimples, roujjh, red,
ugly ikins skins that chap and burr
easily are usually must successfully
treated with Kesino! Ointment.
Tin joint uh nl VeurxA &tp wilh On),
nol Ointment utualiy prrKiucci ibt itttt
wJl wktft iac'.ai cicmiKef are ennrrrn
td. and U Jitiallr dcc..Mtul in tinr.f
outer tiua aiictttoM bo iimtn and bod.
: QuicH relief comes overnight
when you apply Musturine the
ri(inul iiuprovement on tho old
fashioned mustard plaster.
Miistarho contain,, true mustard.
It cannot blister and there are no
disagreeable fitnie9 to irritate the
nose and eyes.
it's good for so ninny ailments
removing congestion and reducing
inflammations atid swelling so
quickly that no home can aft'oid
to do without it. One small box
proves it. Always come, in yellow
box. lie sure to" ask for llegy 's
bereulosis. A note found in Pedgowick'a
pocket showed ho planned the killing.
"1 huve tried to pcrsuiulc TiOfse to
abandon her npplication for divorce, but
she refusestti do so. Bo I have decided
to settlo it by taking her along with
Do You Know
That we have our first shipment of Ladies'
shoes and part of them already gone before we plac
ed them o ndisplay.
Our first shipment containe dthe following:
Black and white pumps with attractive bucklea
and plain Doctor Reed's cushion insole shoes for
sore feet; Keith Konqueror genuine white washable
kid low and high heel; also the two tone shoes, and
two styles of brown kid shoes.
Look at our window display or come in and see
the display inside.
BM.auv wan r
HOME OF QUALITY'
TOMORROW IS THE DAY
At the Remnant Store
254 North Commercial Street
THESE PRICES GOOD FOR SATURDAY ONLY
25c dust pans Crystal White $1.50 to $2.00
Saturday Price Soap Ladies' Shirt Waists
10c E?ch . 5c Cake at
Children's Sample Hats Limit 5 Cakes .
Values to 50c n... CMC $1o.OO
Children's Bloomers T ,. y. 1,,
go Ladies' Silk Fiber
.,, , SweatersSale Price
. mack or white $6.95 Each
New Percales Ladies Dress Skirts .
:G-inches wide $5.G9 to $6.98 g.0Zi p0jj
Saturday Price For Tomorrow Only
23c Yard $4.93 Each Toilct VafCT
i3C ,m 2Ro!!sfsrl5c
Colgatcs Talcum Men's Collars Table oil cloth
Powder Saturday Price Tomorrow
. 12cCafl 15cEach 35c Yard
. no Odd Lot of 77"
n- u700 ,??0.. Ladies' Hose p 1(f
Gingham Ur.derskirt3 to o9c Envelopes
Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow
59eE?.ch 25c Pair 5c Package
Remenben You Can Do Better At The Remnant Store
For the Kiddies
3 pair for
THE REMNANT STORE
234 North Com'l. St.
A. D. Thomson
Sample Silk Underskirts
Values to $3.50 to $G.50
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