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THE DAILY-CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALBM. OREOON. FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 10916.
JSwttt 'Caporal cigarettes have
peel on the market for over four
fjecules, anil are more popular (o
Uay than ever. This wonderful
record has never been duplicated
W any other cigarette. In all
these, years countless brands ol
tigaretles have come and gone, but
Sweet Caporal keeps on gaining
jnjayor year after year
5 eet i;
plelcly. ail it
suit of a
SMOKERS INTERESTED III
There has never Imii .1 nwrn
striking demonstration of cigarette
nnritv than the finvei hnniim. lokiv
of Sweet Caporal cigarettes now
oeing given oy a trained corps or
demonstrators. These men fii-Ml!
burn a piece of ordinary paper and
smokers -attention to the
smoke, odor, and Mack.
Thev next tirntUire rr,iTnftKe'
liiRh-grade. imx)rtcil French cir;.
areite ivlrwr licit nn CwmI Cm.
oral cigarettes and burn a piece of
mis paper. 11 uums evenly, com
pletely, and leaves only a few tin
parucics 01 pure wnuc asn. 1 nis
Ineavy smoKC, wior, and -"' '..aartfirin-1 -
soot-like ash. "
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That is one reason for the lr?
petual popularity of Sweet l'aprt
ral Cigarettes No otlwr cigarette
Ibacco flavor of Sweet Caporal '
me mellow, sweet, nature-made
lastc of ripe tobacco. That is why
smokers always come back to
.-wci laporai no otner cigarette
gives thcin the same enjoyment.
That is the wonclfffl'tribulo
b!ack, XWTJTe ash. Sweet C.-.p-
wul cigarettes arc rolled in the
lugncM gradt, imported French
paper the purest and best in the
loved of all ciga
rettes is Sweet Caporal.
THE ORSGitiAL CIGARETTE
Sweet Caiwral is the famous
brand that put cigarettes on the
map ox the united butes.
as easily as in the United
"SWEETS" IN CLUBS
Every club and hotel in Amer
ica, and hundreds of the best hos
:elries in liumpe, sell Sweet Car
oral cigarettes. No other ciga
rette at the came price is earned
in thetfi places.
Sweet Caporal cigarettes are" the!
'favorite brand of medical men)
Everywhere. Over fifteen thous-t
Und physicians in the United!
Slates are Sweet Caporal smokers-
Mo greater tribute could be paid
to the purity of Sweet Caporal
cigarettes than this. Physicians
know Sweet Caporal is good purei
tobacco that is why they imokti
Klapital Journal .Special Sprvict')
lstc, Dei'. 7. Thorp lins been a fine
fctfHr Dtorni, tht snow was ubout tl inch-
. deep, nml Htill the- gromiil is white
w'bfi'.h Iookh as if it will stuy lor j't;oo.l time
Mrs. L. If. DrnJs wont to Niagara
to vinit her nioee thin nioiiiim;. j.ilh, 1016. Moth mntncr and baby are
Tho loiigint; camp had to close down doing tine,
on account of the storm Monday but Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Gnftc are the proud
started to work again today. ' I parents of a baby rirl, born Iec. II,
There will be a dance in the Hates 1 Both mother and baby are doing
hotel ntindav iiiiiht where al! no for a well.
Mrs. Vair is coini; to Albany this af
Mr. aud Mrs. Kd Clianse ate the hrfp- teiuoon and expects to return tomor
py inreiits at a baby boy born Dec. ; row.
In my report of thn Thnnksgiviiifr
dinner at IVuitlanJ 1 should have stat
od that probably the ladies of Auburn
helped to furnish those stacks aud
piles of good things that, filled the
tubles as well as our i'ruitlutid ladies.
Hee pardon for the omission.
A young friend warns me to not al
low nis name to appear any more in
my Fruitland. ''news'. That's nil
right. If the "news" is not printable
I will spare the public and not have it
Any money in hogs? Sometimes.
0. A. Boling has just sold a female
ptiorker which tripped the beam ut fiOH
pounds. C. A., after dropping this
nickel in the slot pulled down
It seems our governor and the flax
superintendent had some words the
the other day about some flax that lay
out in tho opea field exposed to leakv
skies. The gotVrnor thought this was
not right, superintendent raised up
on bis dignity and all but 'sassed"
his excellency. He said some people
really know enough about flux to be
able to spell the word! Did yo 1 ever?
Kggst Yes, about "them fiO cent
ai ub." Its a croud Drice to nnv tli,.u.
I lMlillr Times, thoileh milimlv md Imv
them. You can 'throw your silver for
theni or keep it in your pocket. We
(our family) never have yet sold eggs
for tiite "ill cents per. When one has
to pay $1.2.1 or more for wheat to help
produce the eggs and when but one to
three or four or less or none eggs per
week or month make their appearance,
then four bits a dozen hardly evens up
with the hen feed.
John D. Archbold, tne righthaiid man
of the other John I)., was also a man
who without eompuncion eruslied his
business competitors in the financial
"struggle for existence." And did the
fittest ''servico?" It docs not now.
lie die! a few days ago.
Miss Avis Williams who formerly
lived here but now a resident near
Marion, attended the Thanksgiving
exercises at this place.
Frank Kggles who was operated on
some time ago for removal of his
Vermiform appendix, resumed 4 school
It is not so much the "cutting of
cornerd" and driving on the ' wrong
side of the street that makes tho uuto
dangerous but "fast driving." Don't
forget that, and don't forget too that
Salem permits it! If the city allows
a. driver to go 'JO and 13 miles an hour
within its limits what wonder is it that
accidents occur and what wonder that
more do not.
l'aul S'lki, one of the milk drivers
for the-Ciarden Hoad cheese factory,
states they are getting uow ubout as
much milk as in the summer.
Cards from Miss Josie lsowers state
she reached her destination at Monroe,
Washington, in safety
A last trotting team of horses can
make 8 miles an hour on a good rond.
Salem allows 10 miles an hour us the
lowest rate of speed within its limits
for automobiles in localities where, it is
the most dangerous, vi.: past the
E. M. Brnry, a Hnlem realty denier,
made a business trip here this week.
As to being shot into space by a
high flying automobile on the streets
of Salem and being shot by a Win
chester is hardly any choice to be
made. If one is to be killed by either
why not choose the gunf
Xelson ( roshaw, a young man who
lived here u few years ngo, has enlist
ed in the I'. S. army. He was a mem
ber of Company M and saw service on
the border last summer. When he lived
here some of the biir boys used to
''pick on him" and try to make him
fight. This he refused to do. Then
they called him it coward. None of
these braves have as yet bared their
manly breasts to the , enemy 's bullets
The S. 1'. slows down to 10 miles an
hour in Salem city limits. The city
aulows the autoists to scoot past the
school houses at the snnic rate, but
elsewhere he can whip up and go 15
or -0 miles!
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To get the. genuine, call for full nnme
i.vATIV'K HKO.MO y TIN INK. Loot
for signature of K. W. CllioVK. 'ures a
Cold in One Day. -5c.
For This Cold Weather
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE BEST THERE IS IN
Don't endanger your health
these chilly days by wearing
clothing unsnited to the
M-cather. At this store we
have a large variety of the
at purse pleasing prices.
They give you that well
dressed appearance as well
as protection from the cold.
Drop in today. '
Corner State and Liberty Streets
The House that Guarantees Every Purchase.
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Our Two Big Store Rooms, goods needed every day in the year and for the entire year.
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O PAIRS OF FINE SHOES
Will Be Closed Out in This Great Sale. Come and Buy Three Pairs For The Price of One.
One Lot of fine Gun Metal Shoes, values to
$:!,00, goes for 98C
One Lot of Patent Shoes, with black and
colored cloth tops, lace and butto'n styles,
values to $:'..50, goes for . JJQ
One Lot of Patent and Kid Shos, values to
. .$:.50, button and lace styles, go at . .$2.29
One Lot of Gun Metal Shoes, button style and
low heel, go at $L98
One Lot of Fine Velour Calf Shoes, button
and lace styles, regular $:.50, go for $2.49
One Lot of Kid Shoes, lace" style, sizes 2 1-2 to
6, go at 59c
One Lot of Fine Velour Shoes, heavy flexible
sole, go at 98c
One Lot of Children's Shoes, sizes 11 to 2, go
One Lot of Fine Velour Calf Shoes, heavy oak
soles, go at : $1.79
Heavy Boy's School Shoes, lace style, regular
$2.50 value, for . . $1.69
Heavy Boy's School Shoes, lace or button
style, values to $2.75, go at $1.79'
Boy's Velour Calf Shoes, lace or button style,
regular $:5.00, go at $1.98
Young Men's Fine Dress Shoes, in sizes 2 1-2
to 6, regular $:5.50, go at $2,39
$:S.uO Heavy Tan Work Shoes, go at . . . $2.59
$1.00 Heavy Shoes, go at
$:i.50 Dress Shoes, go at
$4.00 Dress Shoes, go at.
$5.00 Dress Shoes, go at $3.19 23
One Lot of Women's Rubbers, low heel only, all sizes, to close out for 45 cents R
FORMERLY THE CHICAGO STORE
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