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THE DAILY CAPITAY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919.
- gui PAGE FIVE.
Auto Thief Escapes Pen;
Steak Again; He's Back
Portland Or., Oet. 10. 'Winter Wil
'.is, 24, has been rtitumod to tJia Oregon
penitentiary, and must wrve a term of
ten years there,
Willis escaped from the penitentiary
last August, when he had only a few
weeks more to. serve on a charge of
stealing two automobiles. But it is not
to complete this sentence that Ciriit
Judge McGinn sent him to the peni
tentiary for ten- years. Rather it was
-for stealing another automobile after
he had made his escape.
McGinn announced, in sentencing
iftis, there- will be no leniency in
.-hi -eonrt hereafter to lautomobile
ST. PAUL TAKES SECOND
Jms Angeles, Cal., Oct.' 10. St. Paul
turned the tables on the Vernon Tigers
in the second game of the minor league
world series here yesterday, through
th work of Pitcher Dan Griner, who
held the locals runless.
The St. Paul aggregation broke loose
in the seventh inning and amassed five
runs. The final count was five to nothing-'
' A STRIKE
"Pape s Diapepsin" puts
Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomachs
in order at once
Wonder what upset your stomach
which Dortion of the food did the dam
age do yout Well, don't bother. If
your stomactt is in a. revon; u sick,
gassy and npset, and what yon just ate
has fermented ana turner s ur; ncau
dizzy and aches; b Uh giuti-s audcids
and eructate undig.cd food just fat
a tablet or two of i'ape's i)iapopsin to
he!n neutralize acidity and ra live min
utes you wonder what became of the,
indigestion and distress.
If your stomach doesn't tuk care,
of your liberal limit, without rebellion; I
if your food is a damuge instead of a i
heln. remember the 'quic kest, surest,
imost harmless antuicd is Pape 's Dia
pepsin, which costs so little at drug
stores. ' . (Adv)
The first shipment of surplus amiy
food purchased from the government by
the neoulo of Eucene arrived in tuat
I city Tuesday.
A Bride with Brains
Made a Man of Him
MARRIED IN HASTE
-t And went broke
His Pretty Wife, put Him
on his feet, again
A William Fox Comedy
TODAY j -
W THEATRE W
How Much More Tobacco
Will My Heart Stand?
A Vital Question for Every Man Who
Smokes or Chews to Answer.
May Cost a Life to Find Out
By Experiment '
The heart of every user of to'baecu
tutors o dmihli hurripn Tt dnpe it. fll-
' lotted task and then fights nicotine
Ifor supremacy. Ab long as the heart'
wins he lives; when it loses he dies, but j
; before the final victory of nicotine
you pass through- many stages of de
cline and decay and suffar many pangs
Hearts are like human ; beings-somc
are stronger than - others, therefore
'some hearts will stand more tobaeep
than others, 'but there is a limit to
what any heart can stand. The man
who puts this additional strain on his
heart a dozen times a day by smoking
Hgarcttes, a pipe or- cigars or chew
ing tobaceo is taking a madman's
chance with health and ' life to lose
and nothing to win but the chance that
he may lose them He is indulging in
a costly habit at the expense of pre
cious health. As any doctor anywhere,
and he will tell you that using tobacco
i is injurious and that it is far better to
(quit the habit than to experiment to
find out how much tdbaeco your heart
will stand without serious results.
But the thought of quitting is un
pleasant to most men even to those
who know that tobacco, injures them
and to really quit takes more will pow
&r than they have and causes more
suffering than they can voluntarily en
dure. To quit the habit, make it easy
for yourself by getting jNicotoi taDieis j
and taking them as directed, 'lne habit
really quits you ana its acpanure is
pleasure equal to its indulgence.
If you want to know how much eas
ier it is to .quit the haJbit with Nicotol
than without it, go twenty four hour?
without tobacco and note what an ef
fort it costs you, then begin using it as
,).,! nA tU Wi'ont-nl tnhlnts. At the
end of a week discontinue smoking or
Mianrinrr fnv A Anv ftlld it IS Troba'ble
you will have no desire to resume. At
least your desire will be greatly ai-
minishca ana anotner weeit or i
sheuld make it not only possible, but
a pleasure to quit.
Manufacturers' Note- Nicotol is sold
under the positive rguaaetnecmifwyp
under the positive guarantee that it is
not injurious; that it eontains no hab
it forming drugs? that it will help any
man to throw off the tobacco habit,
and that any druggist will refund the
entire purchase price if it fails. It is
dispensed in Salem nnder this guaran
ty hy D. J. Fry and other good drug
BJm I I'M?
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Money ::Jj. 4' '
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If you are interested to see that your dollar shall bring you some profit, get the advantage of the Big
2ND FALL SALE
CASH QyM STORE
. PHOriE 453 :
186-194 N. Commercial Street
Which will begin Saturday and continue Monday, October 13, in all our departments of Groceries, Dry Goods,
Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Hats, Shoes. The real truth about the market situation is as (ollows: Hund
reds of very necessary things are entirely out of the market and the others are moving up in price instead
of down. You will for sure take our advice and you will be appreciative.
Sugar," a full pound - v ----10c
Hard wheat flour
5 pounds of white beans - 0c
5 pounds Red Mexican beans -45c
5 pounds of rice 50c
5 pounds Rolled Oats -40c
Corn meal, yellow and white ;....70c
Pancake flour --- --- - - -68c
1 package. Corn Flakes ........9c
Coffee in bulk
Tea, English" breakfast
Tree tea,-pound .,..",....1..
Lipton tea, pound
1-2 pound "- -
Brooms 65c, 80c, 99c
- , The Critical
Situation brought us to make some . reductions in
syrups. Buy it now, That product will be next to
sugar. - -:., ... '
No. 10 Dark Kiro I.....,:..:-., ;:....98c
No. 10 Fountain Drips Corn syrup, the very best in
the market ir -. - $100
Palace corn syrup, quart bottles ;.;......40c
Pints .. I. - 25c
-Marshmallbw syrup, No. 5 - 73c.
; No. -10 ....... -..v: : - - $1.43
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MEATS OF THE VERY BEST
Shoulder hams ...!:.::.;...-::.v:..;.:..,...;.::.:..:v....
Back Bacon - .
Viennas, Bologna , -
Soda Oyster Crackers --
f " -
Not 'made of newspaper, 'but of real leather. Also
Men's heavy work
Shoes .. ......1.-. $10.48
'i Dress shoes $2.98
Boys' shoes $1.98 up
Girls' shoes '..$1.98 up
I Special big money saving
in Ladies' Shoes. We car
ry a complete line of the
best Ladies shoes on the
Big money savings in Dress Goods. You will be sur
prised when you compare our prices with others.
Special 25 per cent reduction in curtain goods of all
kinds. , h i f&
That is a Teacher for Economy. When you will take
your first lesson you will be a steady customer of
our Economy Basement. That branch contains
Clothing, Shoes, Underwear, Good Goods. All kinds
of notions, Crockery, Glassware, Graniteware and
Thousands of other bargains.
A sample of a few items:
25 rolls of toilet paper - 5LJJJ
21 large boxes of matches $1.0"
Jar rubbers, 5 dozen - - 2oc
Toilet soap, 6 bars -
CANNED GOODS. -
Libby's Cardinal milk 2 cans ..31c
1 dozen cans $1.80
Carnation, Borden's, Armours 16c
Sugar peas, string beans............... .....:.........:.15c
Clams, 3 cans :. !... ... J. 40c
No. 2 Pork and Beans 11c
Holly milk with the Rice Raisins, 2 cans 25c
Standard Tomatoes 14c
These items are advancing. Buy now and save money
Lard in bulk, 3 pounds
Compound in bulk .......... .......... ..
Crown Shortening No. 10 .....
Crown Shortening, No. 5
6 pounds of Crisco ........... ........
3 pounds Crisco
1 gallon best cooking oil ........
. .. . .$1.00
. .. $1.20
10 bars best white soap ........60c
10 bars No Rub Naptha ................:. ......'........:..........50c
10 bars Easy Washer 50c
10 bars bestywoolen soap .. 70c
Swift's Pride washing powder ........25c
5 pounds Peanut Butter 75c
Nut Butter 37c
Cream butter . ... ..... 634
Honey in bulk 25c
1 gallon sour pickles .50c
1 eallon sauer kraut :. 50c
Best potatoes, 15 pounds 50c
Dry onions, 6 pounds ....
Cabbage, pound ......
Lemons, 1 dozen
Tomatoes, 6 pounds ........
Grapes, pound .. ....
4 pounds Sweet Potatoes
Tobacco, 1 pound, Star, Horseshoe, Climax............85c
Days Work, 1 pound .....59c
MEN'S CLOTHING FURNISHINGS-
Men's woolen overcoats $12, $16, $22
Men's woolen suits $15, $18, $25, $35
Men's woolen mackinaws '. $7.95, $9.50
Men's woolen pants $3.45 up
Men's sweaters ., ..,....$1.25 up
Heavy fleeced ribbed union suits $1.79
Heavy men's union suits $2.19
Woolen .. .......$2.25"
- Men's 2-piece heavy underwear, garment .......... ..89c
Pure wool socks . '. 49c
Cashmere socks 39c
Fine cotton socks, 2 pairs ., 25c
Men's bibbed overalls $l.Go
Corduroy pants : $3.88
Men's woolen overshirts :.$2.25 us
Men's navy blue logging shirt ...$6.78
Men's heavy flannel shirt $1.1'J
Men's work shirts 98c
Men's silk shirts ;. ; $3.48 ui
BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS
Boys' suits $6.48
Boys' woolen mackinaws $5.48
Boys' overcoats ; $6.50
Boys' sweaters .. 65c uj)
Heavy union suits ........63c
Boys' Corduroy pants $1.75
Boys Overalls ..............98c up
Boys' dress shirts ;..75c u?)
Boys' caps 48j
Big sale in Woolen and Cotton Blankets, Comforters.
Also in woolen cotton batting.
Full double size Comforter .....:..;..$2.59
Full double she Blankets ,...,.......$2.98
'.I pounds pure cotton batting stitched .:..$t.25
Full size of pure cotton for comforts ...98::
Our 3 trucks are ready to serve you. Please bring or
phone your O. D. orders only.. We shall be able
to give you a strict attention. : .