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jl Beginning Willi Monday, Dec. 15
J We will give with every pur-cha-
if viae dollur or ra re n
j Benin i ful tsurap Album Free
i Thi- will continue until
1 till the Albums are sone.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK ;
(V-mpris. s u.an beautiful and i
useful nrtich-e, and our prices ,
defy competition jj
Cme and See For Yourself S;
Brack & IcComas Co,
proving Oregon schools. A Rood bar
tender commands ?75 por month,
'while n school teacher In the country
districts draws the munificent salary
of $-t0 to .r pel month. Halse the
pay and you raise the stumlnrd of
country school. Exiierienced teach
ere can earn more In other vocations
and teaching l becoming a last re
sort This condition must he ehiWK
ed. Oregon must provide funds foi
the iHMir districts. suRlclent for a $75
teacher nine mouths in the year.
The price paid for wood by the asy
lum management Is worthy of
thought. This week the bids for cord
wood were opened, and 21 Go cords of
tlr wood were purchased at prices
musing from $1.1)5 to $3. Although
Salem and vicinity has been settled
foi almost sixty years, there does
not seem to be audi a wood famine
as Is talked of In Eastern Oregon,
where sixteen-itieh fir wood is $fi per
GREAT SALE OF
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ti., ,c tiin tnm in line vour Christmas presents for vour frienric .
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1 -.... i occnrtnifiit mi L'oott nor the prices so low as at THE PATH. vv ...
anyuouy if eus, anu nu uui.ow , -- j -uwe at once and I
V ,.,,. !! L-;.wI nf tnvs. llolls. lloll CHfriaaeS. toilet enqpo u,,l. I. K
kin Is and bcoks for all ages.
One of the strongest Inducements
foi t'ie legislature to pass a good, fair
appropriation bill, would be a vigor
ous building campaign in Portland It
would be some tangible evidence that
there is an Intention ou her part to
accommodate the crowds that will
certainly be attracted. No fair would
be better than an unsuccessful one,
or one in which failure, due to the
lack of Individual -effort, on the part
of Oregon, might occur.
SPECIAL FURNISHINGS FOR PRESENTS
LADIES wool opera capes, head shawls, silk mittens, ice wool and silk i,
nnces. silK waists. nanuKcrciiiuisi icuuuiw umu iuhui ohics, jeweierv and ni.r... ,
GENTLEMENS initial handkerchiefs, neckties, gloves, mufflers of all colors
SPECIAL PRICES ON CLOTHING
LAWS URGED BY WOMEN'S CLUBS
Slowly the entangling nut Is tight
ening around Castro. England. Ger
many and Italy threaten to blockade
the ports of Venezuela, if that govern
,ment longer refuses their terms of,
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vvm win i' ivh a k h c u uiuuuul u iu uki 1.1:111 uu an uuvs aim mpnc mi t.
OVERSHOES AND RUBBERS ?
Our stock is complete and the very best to" be bought, and prices are far h.n, ...
tors on the same trrade iroods. Mens overshoes, $i, io; womens ouershoes. ...:....
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SjC aim OOC; Ilieil1- .-Uilblwl UUICIIUCU, OUk, numciis io;na uciuuucis OOC ana D5C It'mm
. r , r. i r.. i. i ri i . .. . -J ' ""SB
ueienaers, 30c anu 50c; mens ruuuas iui vjuimuu sotns unu icn uoois, $2, ?i.6jandli
- - o 1 guaiamte oar
give satisfaction or retunu your money
The task of formulating and advo-
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1902.
The life of a community Is the
aggregate life of the Individuals,
who are its units, and the gen
eral law that holds for the Indi
vidual holds for society. Har
vey W. Scott
: eating the passage of laws Is not mo- Venezuela. "Little Venice," so
nopolized bv man. In Oregon. ' Vespucia, faces on the Car-
. 1 tt . ." l , . . ribean sea. lying between Colombia
, He Is not monarch of all the good Md thfi 0lcunna.B ,t has llu area ot
movements that he Is permitted to C6C,U00. being six times the size of
, j survey from his seat in the leglsla- Oregon. It has a population of 2.500.
i tive halls ' Ul)0- of whom one-tenth are white, 50.-
., .... ... . j '000 are pure Indian and the balance a
( , He may wear the title, draw (and mlxtuw Qf SpnnIghi ,ndBIl nnd ue.
spend) the salary, lay the flattering I groes. Castro is a pure Indian. In
' unction of self-satisfied leadership to 1S23. the Republic of Colombia, com-
his soul, but from the masterful hand ' Prising enezttela, Colombia and
r .. in tin' Ecuador secured Its Independence of
of woman comes much of the leglsla- Sputll ,n 1S29 ,hcw ,iecnme
tlon that adorns and strengthens the separate republics,
prosaic codes of the state.
The Women's Clubs of Oregon, fed- For ""' 5'-,"rs there was Internal
.t i.. i turmoil, and there has not been a de-
caie wIthout 0Ile or nlore revollltIons,
John Darrett can do the country as , -'! some measures which will be pre-1 Tjle sll, uesslve presidents have recog
much good by booming the exposi-: sented to the next legislature. nlzed no constitutional restraints, and
f Inns is hfi couhl bv hidinc himself One among them. Is a bill making ' ave Invariably ruled as dictators,
tlons as he could by Hiding nimseu sitnature necessarv to anv 1 realllent Castro came in 011 a revo'-
In the Japanese .ministry. tue wlres signature necessary to an) i u d f . . ,
emiorsemem. or securuy, wiiereoy;lf ne wouid g0 out on oue Ho has
property may be taken to liquidate an , run affairs in a high-handed way aud
obligation. made himself generally offensive by
Hmv mnnv n.pn In nrwnn nnnp "" 'rj cuuuuci.
THE PLACE TO
Trusts are feeding upon the fat ot
the land nnd labor Is getting deeper
and deeper Into helplessness.
Out Clearance Sale is on
And includes even every article in our stocl- io to
20 per cent discount all a ong the line Carpets, Kugs,
Sewing Machines, Draperits, Wall Paper
Special for Christmas Gifts
Mirrors, pictures framed and unframed, carpet sweepers,
music stands, book racks, leather couches, leather rockers,
enameled iron and brass bed steads.
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Sash, Doors ad
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x iti in ii ui aw ue.im
Improvements are made In cities
for health, use and beauty. We have
voted sewers for healtn, let us pave ;
Main street next: It is an actual
need, considering the Increased traffic
ami fho Innrenantl nnsttihllitleq nf
well-to-do, prosperous, thrifty nnd Venezuela is a country of great and
strong financially, have been wreck- varied natural resources. It is drain-'
ed and ruined by signing notes as ' e(1 u' one of the noblest rivers of the 1
ll-nrlrl flm H.lnnnn l.rtn 1 1 ..
. , , . . , ... . , , . . . , ., 1 fertile soil and Is rich In minerals,
are being completed, the adornment I lug could not be resisted? How many jt has grt,at foregts of timber and cab-
of the club building can be added j families In Oregon have been doprlv- liiet woods; produces sugar, tobacco,
without extra effort. ;ed or the necessaries of life and the cocoa, cotton aud Iudia rubber, and
benefits of an education through this has immense cnttle ranges. If it had
The ball is about to open In the land method?
fraud Investigations In Eastern Ore-1 innocent women and children have
go a. Fourteen would-be "settlers" been brought to the verge of want,
in lands added to the Cascade reserve without a word of choice In the dis
hy the president's proclamation ot posal of their home and sustenance.
July 1, 1901, have been reported by Well-meaning men have risked and
th.. forestry superintendent as not j lost the hard earnings of years, with
having made satisfactory Improve-) out a word of consultation with the
ments. The facts are, they wero In ! wife, whose happiness and whoie
the reserve for speculation and not children's happiness depended upon
for homes. In a majority of cases, that little store.
They -were looking for lieu land script it Is time to ask the wife a question
and not for a suitable place In which j on business which so vitally concerns
to settle", build and improve a spot otiher welfare. It Is time to consult
Oregon. her wish, before sweeping the last
vestige of support from her, by one
good government and an enterprising
people It might become a rich, popu
lous and influential state.
PERFECTION IN FLOUR
Is reached in BYERS' BEST Better Hour cannot be made.
The cream of the wheat crop enters in Byers Best
Flour, which is right for bread and
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
uon i niace von
Building Material nifi
I B II II MV
While tne net earnings of the rail
roads have greatly Increased during
the last year, many of the Eastern
roads have raised wages,- In apprecia
tion of their prosperity. The North
ern Pacific and Great Northern, In the
West, have also made slight raises.
The Southern Pacific has now under
advisement a new wage scale, which
contains increased pay. The O. R. &
N. haa raised the pay of Us switch
men 2 cents per hour within the
past month There is a general dis
position to divide profits In return
for greatly increased duties,
rash, though well meant act.
The legislature should pass
law. Wrecked homes might
been saved by It, In the past
Fortunes might have been rescued
by a word of consultation between
husband and wife. Where so much of
the life and well-being of the family
is concerned, strong sa."3-guards
should be thrown about the actions of
State Superintendent Ackerman
recommends an Increase in salary for
the school teachers, as a means ot lm-
1 I THE DANDRUFF A
that burrowi up the icalp, making
dindruff scurf, Mining the hair to
'ill, and finally
Yoo.wlll have NO MORE DAN.
0RUFF, PALLING HAIR, or
BALDNESS If you uie
The only lialr Preparation on this
aiiolutcly new scientific principle.
for sale by druyists, Price $1.
IF A FELLOW LOVES A 01RL, THAT'S HIS
If a girl loves a fellow, that's HEIl BUSINE8S
If the fellow that loves the girl, and the girl thut
loves the fellow, marry, that's THEIR BUSINESS.
If the fellow and the girl want to buy a piano,
tlmt'is OUR BUSINESS
Call at 815 EiiHt Court street and we will convince
you that it's YOUR BUSINESS to buy of us. Re
member our prices lit your pocket und payments are
arrnnged to suit yourself.
THERKELSEN PIAN6 HOUSE,
S. L. WAKEFIELD & CO.
315 East Court Streot.
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THE HOLIDAY JEWELRY STORE
DIAMONDS Largest Assortment of Desirable Gems, and all at Special Low Figures
WATCHES-Ladies Watches, Sohd Gold and
Gold Filled Cases. Gentleman's Watches,
Solid Gold and Gold Filled Cases.
JEWELRY Brooches, Earscrews, Scarf Pins,
Chains, Links, Lockets, etc., etc. The
cream of the most reliable factories in the
R emr mfcer we give a ticket on
the $1 CO Prize with every Dollar
RINGS- Beautiful combinations of Diamonds.
Rubies, Pearls, Opals, Diamond Rings, plain
Gold Band RinRS and Set Rings. The most
select varieties ever shown and some quite
Silver and gold novelties, brilliant cut glass;
every pipce a charm. Gold, pearl and silver-
Handled umbrellas for ladies and gents.
TOILET WARE -In silver and ebony and
new French gray finish.
Remember we give a ticket on
the $J00 Prize with every Dollar
L. HUNZIKER, Jeweler and Optician, 726 Main Street