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The Salem Stores
Ottf Thanksgiving Sale of Linens
For several weoks we have planned to make this sale tbo most interest
ing of the season to make it an ovent that our patrons will not soon for
pet t make it a season of valuo .'giving that will make our stores more
popular than ever.
We have Just received from one
of Amsrica's foremost suit cueo
manufacturers a very extensive
Mat Seal and
MILLJ5R. At tho homo of hor pn-
ronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Millar, in
South Salem, on Tuesday, Novom-
bor 24, 1903, Clnrn Maud Mlllor,
.$- aged 17.
Dcccasod was n Rlrl of much prom
Jso, of n sweet disposition and beloved
of nil who know hor. Sho had boon nf-"
fllctcd with consumption for throo
yeans. Up to about a yonr ago Bho
Attended tho public Bchools, but In
bo past twolvo' months sho has Leon
gradually Browing weaker.
Tho Funoral will bo hold from tho
homo at 2 o'clock Thursday.
ward of Thanks.
' Tho und reigned wish to slncoroly
ihank tholr neighbors and friends for
their kindly assistance and oxpres
nlons of consolation, and especially fot
their many gifts of flowors during tho
yocont UlnosB and death of their In'
fttnt son. CAUL I'OPI'Bl
SmtsUm 1h8 Kind Y Hiti king BocjT
?11 Klad YmHski Www
Chicago. Nov. 24. Wheat, 79 W
Gold Dust Flour
THE 8IDNEY POWER COMPANY,
Made for family uso. Ask your
irrocor for H. Dran and shorts al-
way on hand.
A. T. Wain, Agt.
Fresh Peanut Taffy
144 State 8t
Call and see as before yoo
self yoor Crop
James M. Kyle & Co
"1 " ' 'W ' ' '
We are Disking new friends every day and oor old
friends are standing bv ni, Our policy and stylo of
doing bail boss) i tottnd to win, became wo treat evory
good roul who honors by a visit with tho utmost court
esy and exert ourselves to give a little better value (or
a litlo less money than one can get elsewhero
A special shipment Just arrived for
our holiday trade. Don't tail to give
us a look before yon bay.
New Chain Purses
Another shipmsut of chain purses
Juat arrived. Prloes range
35c to $4.00
ta at & 4MB
- BAZAR I
OHEMAWA INDIAN BAND FUR
BIGGEST GAME OF SEASON.
LAST GAME THIS YEAIl.
o P. Mv THANKSGIVING 3 P. M.
ADMISSION COc, INCLUDING
Wanted. Dish washer at Wlllamotto
Hotel, at oncu. 11-25 3t
Man of 40 Wants position; good &du
cation; night work proforred. Box,
Packers, Attention. Packing will bo
resumed Friday morning. Wlllam
otto Pruno Association Warehouse.
Wanted. To purchase a hop farm or
land sultnble for raising hops, with
in a fow mlloe of Salem. Address,
with particulars, "E. 1).," caro Jour
Wanted. Wood choppers good pay
and oasy timber. Inqulro at 'lSO
SJato street. ll-24-2w
For Rent. Nicely furnished room, at
No. 37 Commercial stroot, two doors
south of Oak. ll-23-3t
For Sale. Twonty acres of land, throo
miles from Chemawa, Nearly onough
timber on It to pay for It. A. W.
Prescott, 175 Mill streot, Salem.
Oregon 1 Rioter, No. C3.69-4, A.
J C. C, took first premium at all
Northwest fairs In 1903. Ready for
sorvlco on Gardon Road, near S, P.
traok. L. F. MAR8, Prop.
Of bad accounts,
Prompt service, No
collections, no charges
VAN AL8TINE, GORDON & CO.,
ulto 4 27GH Commercial St, or
'Phono Main 801.
A. H. MORGAN & CO.. Managers
THE DAILY JOURNXL, ZhXXM,
"M milll !!
Farmers and Dealers
Action of Board Will Award
Contracts For Supply
Of All State Insti
tutions Tho state board of trustees of the
stat Institutions yosterday oponed tho
bids submitted under tho call for the
supply of wood to tho penitentiary,
asylum (main building and farm) and
blind nnd reform schools. Although
tho bids wero discussed, tho contracts
wero not awarded, which act will prob
ably In executed today. Tho bids nub
A. N. Goln, 1500 cords second growth
fir, at ?395.
T. B. Cornelius, 1000 cords, second
growth fir, at $2.95.
A. I. Eoff, 500 cords, old fir, at ?3.GD.
M. P. Dennis, 450 cords, second
growth fir, at $3.25.
W. M, Coburn, 50 cords, second
growth, at ?3.00.
J. 13. Roberts, 700 cords, second
growth, nt $3.20.
J, E. Roberts, 200 cords, first growth,
W. B. Clark, 100 cords first growth,
nt JS.ftO. .
... T ,
G. II. Crolsan, 100 cords, second
growth fir, nt $3.25.
M. P. Dennis, 100 cords, Bcond
growth fir, at $3.25-.
M. P. Donnls, 450 cords, second
growth fir, nt $3.25.
David M. Morris, 15 cords, first
growth fir, $3.75.
David M. Morris, 15 cords, second
growth fir, at $2.75.
W. D. Clark, 100 cords, first growth
fir, at $2.70.
L-. C. Cavanaugh, 200 cords, second
growth, nt $3.00.
O. I. Morris, 30 cords, big fir, at
O. I. Morris, GO cords, second growth,
at $2.50. i
O. I. Morris, 10 cords, polo oak, at
E. S. Coats, 200 cords, second growth
fir, nt $2.75
Asylum (Main Building.)
L. Slocura, 50 cords, big fir, at $3.50.
Jacob Stauffar, 400 cordB, first
growth fir, at $3.50.
Jacob Stauffer, SO cords, second
growth, nt $3.00.
Nlchola Gorlg, 75 eords, second
growth, at $3.25.
Joo Gorlg, 75 cords, big fir, at $3.60".
J. L. Uullook, 100 cords, second
growth fir, nt $3.00
f latetaf iiiiiiieii
First M. E. Church.
Thanksgiving services will bo hold
at the First M. K, church on Thurs
day morning nt 10:30 o'llock. The na
turo of tbo services will bo a church
family rally day. Tho different depart
ments of tho church and tho Universi
ty will he represented on the pro
gram. Interesting exorcises have been
prepared, and tho pastor Is anxious to
have all members of tho church pros
ont, and not to neglect to bring 'heir
families with them. Following Is the
Address, "Origin nnd Purpose of the
Address, "Ileno.rU Accruing from
the Proper Qhservanee of the Day." '
Thanksgiving Services at the
Thursday evening, at 7:30. The fal
lowing hi the program :
Reading acriptut and prayer.
Offering for the poor.
Sole, Di H. a Hflpier
Seraoa by tfee gaster.
Song. "My Coeatry. TU of Tho "
Leslie Church Program.
The following program will bo ren
OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1803
II " "' ...I. IIIU I
Jno. F. Cordray, Mgr.
" Wed. Ncv. 25
A Society Event.
Mr. Frodorlck Bolosco Presents
and a superior company In tho sen
sation of tho ago
By David Bclasco
Special sconory, Special costumes,
Special off oct a.
Sonta on Btilo at box offlco Wednesday
at 9 a. m.
Orchestra first four rows 75c
Orchestra noxt 2 rowa $1.00
Orchestra lost 3 rows $1.50
Balcony 1st 3 rows $1.60
Balcony noxt 2 rows $1.00
Dross Clrclo 1st 3 rows $1.50
Dross Clrclo last 4 rows $100
Saturday , Nov. 28
THE COMEDY SUCCESS
Looking for a Wife
NOTHING BUT FUN.
Catchy Music )
25 Pcopic 25
Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c, 35c.
Seats on sale at box office Saturday
at 9 a. m.
dored at Loslio church, South Salem,
on Thursday ovonlng at 7 o'clock.
President's Proclamation C. S.
Governor's Proclamation Lowls
Anthem by the choir.
Prayer Rev. James Royal.
Address Hon. C. B. Lcnsu, "Tho
Thanksgiving of Our Ancestors."
Exorcjses by Lincoln School.
' Anthom Choir.
Address by Prof. Baker.
Heading Gejrtrudo Johnson, "Thank
Reading Gortrudo Johnson,
"Thanksgiving Day at Grandma's."
Address Hon. B. Hofor, "Philoso
phy of Thankfulness."
Offering for tho poor.
Hymn "America," by congregation.
Benediction Rov. T. F. Royal.
Christian Science, First Church of
Christ, Scientist, Thanksgiving ser
vices, Text: "Let tho peaco of God
rulo In your hearts, to tho which also
yo arc called In ono body; and ho yo
thankful.... And whatsoovor yo do
in word or dood, do all In tho namo of
tho Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God
and tho Father by Him." Christian
Science Hall Corner of Court and Lib
Thoro will be special Thanksgiving
sorvlcos nt Second Church of Christ,
Sclontlst, at tholr church adjoining
tho city hall Thursday, morning at
10:30 o'plock. Everybody cordially
At the Central Congrogational
chnpel tomorrow evening nt 7:30
The Usual Spread.
Tha usual Thanksgiving dinner at
Wlllamotto Hotel, 6:30 to 7:30 p. ra.
Send in for number of plates you want
Good Axle Grease
Wo have worked up qulto a busi
ness on Dixon's Graphite Axel Grease
It's good stuff. As long as thero is a
particle of tho graphite on a splndlo It
Is sllpp'ery. In fact It contains Just
oaough grease to give it body to hold
togother. Try a box, and you will use
Then there's Deorhake's Castor
Oil Grease, one of the best of Its kind
that was evor put up. Remember a
poor grease works up Into a stiff tar,
and makes your wagon pull as heavy
again as It should. Get good grease.
And buggy whips and robe. We
have plenty of both, and can save you
money we think on prices. We'll
1st you decide thr-t.
F. A. WIGGINS
255-257 Liberty St, Salem,
Farm Machinery, Bicycles, Automo
biles. Sewlsg Machines aa.d Suppliea
N. H. Burlev
Sowing. Machine Repairing.
Thanksgiving at Chemawa.
Tho day will bo lobsorved at tho Sa
lem Indian training school with the
usual feast and a literary and musical
programs In tho forenoon. In tho nfi
tornoop there will bo an oxodus to
soo football games In all direction, for,
next to baseball, tho Indian boy loves
to play football, and generally puts
up a game that reminds ono of any
thing but a feather pillow fight
Robbed the Malls.
Lisbon, Nov. 26. NowBpapors today
assort a gigantic system of robbery of
foreign mails has been discovered on
tho Portugoso frontier. Mnuy promi
nent officials aro reported impliraiod.
Paris, Nov. 25. Former Premier,
Rossenu roslgned from momhcrshlp
in tho Republican group in tho sonato.
This moans ho propose? to retire from
Buritho rn? " wu i"" "arc amajs
The Kind You Haw Ahrars Bou
Oat Winter Business
A cotuploto lino of umbrella
covers to select froin, prices from
$1.00 up. Handles 25c up.
for WINTER RIDING
To fit all makes of wheolB.
Shipp & Hatise?
Opposite Capital Nat. Bank.
! ! Three New Shapes
! Iu Blucher nnd Bal shoes !
New last, best fitter on
? Soo our new onnmol and box $
calf shoes at
99 State St. Salem, Orejron. 1 !
For One Day Only, Wednesday
Will the following goods bo offero
lot of goods out nt less than coat t
Ladles' Black Skirts.
We wore lucky In securing a lot
of thoso beautiful blaok silk meroar
lsed skirts at leas than manufacturers'
cost; they aro handsomely made with
S rows of ruffling on tho bottom; every
soam perfectly finished; they are woll
worth J1.7S. Salem prico for Wednes
day only Se.
Children's Union Suits.
We Have secured another lot of the
children's union suits, heavy quality.
ueroy riuuw, tiee lined; sums from
4 to 10 years; they ar splendid valu
es for 30c. We offar them for this
day only at 23c.
Belfast Table Linen.
For today only will this quality of
pure white all-linen table damask be
offered at this price. Regular price,
Mc; today's price, 3Jte.
THE CHEAPEST STORE IN THE NORTHWEST.
M'Evoy Brothers, i&.ftf
y tsiaf iaiaiaia-fBHo-to
:: Is the Linen Clos.ii
let Ready for the!;
You shnrilH tnl j
J vantage of our pjreat l !
A. -- .w mnv, .til
I of table linens. Onlytwo '
days more in which to fin ;
heeds at the i !
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jl prices. i
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JO. MILLER, JO. BECK. ' '
peter nocii, ; ;
German Market i
Just oponod, noxt door to Har- ' '
ritt ft LawroncoV grocery Btoro
J a clean, now markot, where all '
J kinds of meat can bo had. Low '
J J prices and prompt delivory our ' ;
J J motto. Wo mako a specialty of ' '
flno Gorman sausago of all ' '
J : kinds. Glvo us a call. ' '
Onegon Fire Relief
Oregon's Great Mutual Insurance Co.
$15,440,588 Insurance at risk.
Safe, economical Insurance for the
people. Head office. McMlnvllIe, Or.
U, A. JOHNSON, Aecnt for Marlon Co.
We have a fine tract of timbci
land near Cottage Grove
1000 acres will make
about 4 million feet to 1-4 '
section. From 100 rods
to 1 1-2 miles of river
This is a snap.
Two acres, with good 5 room
house, large barn, plenty
of fruit, 1-2 acre of vet
ches, for rent at 35.00
per month. 1-2 mile East
R. R. Ryan
d at those prices. We will close tal
o make room for our Xmas goods.
'Liberty 8atln Ribbons.
2c grade of the best Liberty Satis
Ribbon that was over offored In S
lorn; all colors. Prico today only He.
36o grade splendid heavy, tble
quality. Derby ribbed heavily fleeced,
shall and ribbon trimming around th
neek; skirt and drawers for this dT
Best Saxony yarn, skein, 3c
Beat Shetland floes, skoln, 7c.
Beat Sans Silk, ball, 2c.
900 yards beet 'spool thread, 2c.
lOo white medallons, Ec.
Beet kid hair curlers, 3c.
8c white towels, -ic.
45a wrist hags, now, 36c.
50c Monte Carlo caps, 35c. .
3Co wool fascinators. 10c.
30e pearl braid attains, 6c.