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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1893-1895 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1895)
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OUR ENTIRE STORE
By the lump or single piece Clothing for
Men and Boys. The greatest opportu
nity. The Lowest Prices. The best
goods ever offered.
WOOiEl flMiYi STORE,
ANOTHER OUN AOOIDENT.
Al. Mulksjr, a Sublimity Farmer,
Loses Bis Arm.
Another uufortunato gnu accident
took place about 1 o'clock Sunday after
uoou. Al. Mulkey, a yoUug farmer ro
Biding near Sublimity, nccompauled by
three neighbors went hunting Sunday
morning in tbe vicinity of Silver Creek
Falls. About 1 o'clock tbe hunters
slopped to rest, Mr. Mulkey though t-
Tbe loverd of amusements are roIhr
( to be given a treat tonight. Bacon's
Stock company are going to present
Kidnapped. Kiduappod Is a play that
is full of dramatic situation replete
with climaxes aud brlin full of comedy
with a very pretty heart story running
through tbtj 'piece. Tbe principal
comedy patt-ls that of a German dude
, the other pjuta Is that Ailchal Mo-
frvit1ntf a fI.. !.. iti.i Ih limt
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icMiy layiug urn ieu arm over mo muz-; been appointed on the police force,
zleoftheguu when in somo way or There Is oho a very funny jew. The
other thoarm piece discharged its con- company have their own orchestra and
tents, badly shattering tbe unfortunate la Ouo of tbe largest companies that has
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Complete line of Willa
mette University Text
Books at lowest prices.
A full stock of school
tablets, pencils, etc.
S. F. DEARBORN.
him to Johnson's sawmill a short die
tance away and bent for Dr. Brooks, of
Sllverton. Arriving at the side of the
young man, Dr. Stott saw it was neces
sary to amputato the Injured member.
Accordingly a hack was secured and
tbe man was removed to Sllvorton
whero tbo painful operation was net
formed about 1 o'clock this (Monday)
KHOSt TUB BILL 'O FAltK.
Muih and Milk
J Urn Sandwich
of a Me
Mush and Jeney Cream.
JJollod nice Willi Cream..
Bwls Cheese Handwlch ,
American Cheese Bandwlch..
Ks, any style..
The Fall Campaign.
Tho Ladies' Bazaar opous
tho fall campaign with a larger
stock and lower prices than
oyer, judging from tho crowds
that daily throng our store our
goods and prices nro appreci
ated, vyo navo a largo now
stock of stylish millinory for
tho fall trade cheaper than
D. W. FllASER & Co.
Bherlfl John Knltrut returned from
Hon. J. B. Looney, of Jefferson, was
In the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. il, Gray spent
Sunday in Portland.
Col. Bobt. Thompson returned to
Portland this morning.
Rev. John Parsons returned this
afternoon from Eugene.
Attorney P. H. D'Aroy had legal
kuslneM in Portland today.
J. H. Brooks, the druggist, had busl
m In the metropolis today.
Postmaster J. A. DItter, of Bublim
lty, was a Salem visitor today.
M. Kllnger, the Jolly brewer, had
business in Gorvals this afternoon.
CountylAasessor D. D. Cofloy went
to Albany this morning on business.
8. W. Thompson, the Jeweler, went
to Portland this morning on business.
J. J, Dalrymple, the dry good mer
obaat, transacted business In Portland
Postmaster and Mrs. B. F. Boubam
returned today from a Bunday visit
with friends at Eugene.
Clarence M. Keene went to Eugenr
this mornlutr where he will enter the
State University tomorrow.
Rev. F. H. Gwyuno returned from
Eugene this afternoon whore be hap
baen on missionary work.
Mrs. Dr. E. B. Phllprook and child
ren returned this morning from an ex
tended outing at Clatsop Beach.
Col. N. B. Knight and daughter,
Miss Portia, returned to Portland by
tho early train this morning.
Rev. A. L. Hutchison and Hanco
Black weut down tbo valley this morn
ing on a hunting expedition.
Hunorlntf ndnnL F. 11. Annan, of Mia
(Salcni Consolidated Street Railway
Company, spent Bunday in Portland.
R, E. Moody returned to Portland
on tho Baiem local this morning after a
Bunday visit with his parents In this
Nicholas Bier returned iSuuday from
a five weeks outing at Foloy Bprings.
His health Is somewhat Improved after
MIsa Jesslo Bettlemlor camo up from
Woodburn this morning and will be a
student at Wlllametto University tho
Prof. R. A. Heritago and family aro
nicely settled at 800 Court street. Mr.
Heritage is the new head pf Willamette
Louis Funk, of Minneapolis, D. R.
Bhambrook and Nute Rlobarda of
Roscburg were In the city today and
registered at tbe Wlllametto.
Mrs. M, B. Bozorth and daughter
who have been visiting relatives In
this city the past week left this morn
ing for their home in Astoria.
Balem has two vocalists sho may
well fool proud of Mrs. Hinges and
Miss Alderaon, both graduates of Wil
lamette Conservatory under Prof. Par.
John Holmau returned to Albany
this morning. Bpeaklng of the Marlon
county jallbreak Mr. Holman says tbe
Linn county jail is burglar proof being
formed exclusively of steel.
Btate Treasurer Phil Metsoham re
turned from Portland Sunday evening
accompanied by his daughter, Miss
Anna, who has been visiting friends In
Eastern Oregon for several months.
W. G. Wostaoott went to Portlawl
on the early train this morning for tbe
purpose ot attending a meeting of tho
board of directors of the Paolflo Vine-
A Joko on Chief Dilley.
Ever uincu the blcyclo ordinance was
passed by tho city counell a few months
since, Salem's alert police officers have
kept their oyes ODen and have succed
od in punishing a number of wheel
men. Saturday foronoon Chief of
Police Dilley noticed a bicyclist go
ijilnulng along Commercial street on
bis wheel, and determined to put a
stop to It. Passing down State street
be soon met tbe bicyclist crossing tho
street by Bmali's dry goods store.
"I should like to hayo you como up
to my office for a few moments," said
Chief Dilley to the astonished wheel
man. "What foi?" inquired the bicyclist.
"Were yeu not riding your wheel on
the sidewalk a few moments ago?"
queried tho officer.
"Yes sir, aud I have a right to" re
plied the man with the wheel much to
the astonishment of tho officer..
"How'h that," inquired Chief Dll
"Why,"smlled tho bloycllst"navoni
you read tbe ordinance yet?"
By this time tho chiefs predicament
was becoming qulto laughable. He
acknowledged that ho had not noticed
the ordinance very closely.
"Better look it up, then" remarked
tho wheelman who went splnulng
down tbe street.
Tbe wheelman in this particular in
stance was Elmer Calkins, the popular
assistant at tho Balem steam laundry.
who propels his blcyclo with but one
foot, making almost as good tlmo
thereby as any other blcyuIlBt; As tbo
ordinance permit cripples riding upon
tho sldowalkB, the chief had to let his
are going to see Kidnapped don't delay
getting your scat as they are going
very fast. You can get tbe best seat In
the house for 60 cents. Children will
be admitted for 16 cents. Kidnapped
had run of two weeks in Portland
where hundreds were turned away.
Tho company go from hero back. to
Portland nnd play all winter. Don't
stay away Air fear of not seeing a good
show. A H entertainment for 60 cents.
Beats arc selling at Pattou Bros.
A Largo Urowd.
The bankrupt store at lis Rtatn
street, has been crowded with people
during tbo Jast week aud Judging
from tbe armfull of shoes carried away
they must bo ol a good quality and
very cheap. Tho sale will continue
until all aro sold. Mr. Orera, tho
assignee oi this stook expects to make
Bulem his homo In the future but does
not expect to continue in the shoo busi
ness after be closes out this stock.
Now is a good tlmo to lay In shoes for
the winter. io d&w
At WooDBUBN.-At tbe Eplsoopal
church yesterday evening In St. Mary's
church, Woodburn, tho Rev. Lawrence
Sinclair presented flvo candidates for
continuation to the bishop of Oregon
us follews: Cosslus Denver Watklnds,
Charles De Villo Johnson and tho
Misses, Liura Emily Johnson, Ida
Mills and Delia Hunsaker. Tho Bishop
preached on St. Paul's werds: "For
getting tbe Things That are Behind,"
etc. Tbo congregations wero all that
could be desired at 3:30 aud 7 p. m.
services. Mr. J. A. Bellwood con
duced tbe service at 7:30 in St. Paul's
Bulem, In tbo absence of tbe rector.
New Hats at Dalrymple's.
A Mysterious Dkath. Dr. J. S.
Stott, of Geryais, this morning tele
phoned Coroner A. M. Clough, of this
city, In form lug him of tbe finding of a
dead man near Bt Paul under pecu
liar circumstances making it necessary
to hold au inquest, Aa It was im-j
possible for Mr. Clough to attend to
tbo matter, ho authorized Justice of
Tbe Peace Assman, of Gervals, to hold
an inquest over tho remains.
Y At WliiiABD. About 200 people
witnessed the dedication of tho new
Congregational church at Wlllara Bun
day. Everything went oil successfully.
Tbe church has nearly forty members
and new ones are added every week.
There are to bo services every Sunday
and a regular pastor Is to bo settled as
soon aa possible.
reads Tjik OjhE Cknt
It U t mittfr of v$t Importince to mothtn.
Tht nunufrcturtrs of the (1AIL ItORDHN
BAQLB BRAND CONDENSE!! Mil V
M which should t In evrryhomt. Addrtu, NEW
j YORK CONDENSED MILK CO., 71 Hudson
ffl Street, New York.
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tod's Of era House
OneweeJt, oommeuclnK Monday, Sept.
Bacon's Stock Company
Presenting six of tho mot successful dramas
i-rlces: ' Monday Bept. ltt KlDNAi't'K
15c Tucsday.Bopt 17 AHMKIl DAHfc
25c Wed., BVpL 18-.....I. MAY HLO81OA
3se Tburs., Hept. 10 THE 1'L.UMOKl
and Krld.,Bept.I0A I'KHONKKur Al
SOe Bat.hopt. 21 UUIUtOAK
No Tho prices for tout enk-n.r men
higher will only bo 15o, 'So JKn ml ftn
RESERVED BEATS AT
Patfon's Book Store
In Time of Peace Prepare for War
OUR SPECIAL SALE
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,
BLANKETS and QUILTS.
Prepaio for tho winter. Elojjant lino from 70c to $10
nil of which will bo sold at great reductions for tho next two
days. Remember our sale prices will not bo duplicated after
S. M.& E. H. STOCK
115 STATE STREET.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL!
Tho Presbyterians of this city have
occupied their handsome church edltlco
on Church street Just one year tho
dedication ot tho building haying
taken placo Bept. 0, 1804, lu accord
auce with these facts, tho pastor, Rov.
A. L. Hutchison yesterday dolivorsd
an anniversary sermon, reviewing tho
work of. tho past year. The society
still has a small debt on Us hands in
curred by tho remodeling of Us church
home lost summer, but Is hopeful of
wiping It entirely out within a short
time. During the past year 120 per
Bons have been received Into the
church, 82 uniting by profession of
faith while the remaining 47 hold
letters from other churches. In tho
sain o length of tlmo 14 members wero
dismissed to other churches. Two of
Its most devoted workers, Mrs. V. D.
Jeflrles aud Miss Ethel Van Eaton,
havo been removed by death the past
year, leaving an actual membership
Quick Bargain List. -
Stylish Fedora Hats .only 50c.
Stylish Fedora Hats, only 1.15, worth $1.75.
Non-Rippmg Work Pants, only $1.
Men's full size Suspenders, 10c, worth 25c.
Good lino Window Shades for 20c to 30c.
Men's Underwear, 45c a suit and up.
Good Corsets, only 25c.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
A training school for teachers.; Ucu
ploto eight grado training dedartnient
and Htrong professional nnd acadenilo
Tho diploma of tho pchool entitles
one to teach In any couuty in tho state
without further examination.
Board aud lodjzlng.'booHs and tuition
$150 per year, Ueautlful and heallh'ul
location. No saloons. There is a good
demand for well trained tcacliers
theroisnn over supply of untrained
Catalogue clieorrully sent on applica
P. Ij. CAMPBELL,
W. A. WANN, President.
UNIVERSITY fill, 1895-181
dlnlnmM from ilia miblla
"'?l."m'n.'5tl0.- 'fliweUMlrliiz, WorramiciE l regarding th
' -- vuiwvurmijr, .ueuef uregoQ,
O tirrtUAratnrv rionnrfmitnt
regarding tbe preparatory department
I . . Correct Styles and Excellent
Aro characteristic of every garment in our
new and elogant stock of
A Painful Wound. Huuday after.
noon Warren, tho nine-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. u, W. Hunt, residing at
tbecomorof 12th and Ceuter streets,
met with a painful accident. While
playing about the house ho accident
ally ran a llsh hook into the middle
finger of tho left baud, tbe hook enter
ing the tluger lengthwise going in full
length. It was with somo dlfllculty
his father removed the hook from the
boy's Huger which will be quite sore
for somo time to come.
Tklekkawi or Telephone,
v incur wen :r youaro ordering gro
ceries and want choice bargains, by all
means use tbe telephone. Ring up
No. 67 and tell us Just what you want
and you shall havo It at onoo. Branson
Those Criminals. Who escaped
from the ounty fall were probably
after some of our soap with which to
improve their general apperance. Ask
for ours and accept none other. For
sale at all grocery stores. Balem soap
Ai chemical works.
The L. O. T. M. Lodge will meet
Tuesday evening, Beptember 17, at 8
p. m. sharp. All members aru
requested to bo present.
Soo grand display in our big corner window.
f 50.00 blaok silk dross to bo given away in our dress goods
department. JZuy your new dress from ub.
WILLIS BROS. & CO.
Corner Court and LIUrty.
) stir iuIU tor men, boys and cUIMren')
jw Dsrgftini io our etouuug
The Qukston Ok the Day. Seems
to be that of hops but at the same tlmo
we want to pay a lUUo attention to tbe
subject of home Industry. When a
dealer Invests his money In your own
community, employs only white labor
eto, he Is surely deserving of your pat
ronage. A Huckeuateiu has done this
and respectfully asks you to tent the
merits of his ten ceut La Coroua.
Petty Thieves. A number of
youug 8alomltes who utteuded the hop
yard dance near Lincoln Saturday
night returued homo without their
buggy robes. While the dance was
progressing some one removed all the
robes and the best whips from tbe var
The Hoi' Question. D tea not hot
her the "old mslds" so much as does
tho tea question. But ruoil old maids
know there Is uoue better than Epicure
and use that only, Gilbert & Patter-
Dr. Price' Crw Baking Powder
WmM'i Fair Hfct M4Im4 DW"
Hoj'PioKEKS.-Generally want their
hard earned money to go as far as
possible. When looking for good cloth
ing at astonishingly low prices, they
make a mistake when ther do not call
on G. W. Johnson & Boa,
a .neat Foot. Is an Impossibility
without a good shoe. Ladles will And
the latest styles Just opened at The Pa-
lace ury Goods and Shoe store.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Dealer in tirocerlcs, Paints,
Oils, Window Glass, VarHislica
and tho most complete stock ol
Brushes of all Kinds in the
State. Artists' Materlnls.LIme,
Ilalr.Ccmentand Shingles and
finest quality ol CRASS SEEDS
SSOTS2 W'SY.I!?' taTguA- -
SJIO FOR EAOII JJULLAR INVESTED can be
wlir,",,F made bv mirKvfifnmntin Jnn r g., iu
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rasfMj;? fflffltte" sraas."!i?n8ff
i-'sw uiuagiD, lunue
min who Invent a a
'A2??yjarl.nAJ!?ft thousand aoIlvrK we
who lnvesta few 0,7., if i:i.1""X'0.u.""" UP " . to JlW.UUOor more by thosa
comparatively kmallTavMtm"ut,ontSlV Tnlon nr niSon. hSJ5 tbe ,a?m Profll "
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tuny. UiuhMt rcreronctalnTtSi'rj l70BrKnVft?V?.riu"IxPta' "Vlu
innuer larurmatlon addresa
) our itandlue aud auccena.
108 COUUT ST.. BALE
TALKINGT02T. BOTXGER A CO.
TrrANTKD-ExperUaoed xlrli to
to W. Apply
WAQON TO TUAUK-Kor aala or to trada
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JlMortheKreatlolfloWorthwMr'KlneiauMa d?in?LMlur an4 tramportallon faclM
transportation lines. """". iuneinumo. Bajclai attracUoas every day. Kates on all
Children under 12 year "
season tickets :
tor exhibit space apply at the axposltloa
WANTKB-Al cook at the Ootlace. Anniv
at once, ai Oourt U J. ffiuwr. uSi'
TJK)It EAUC-A tow first-class milch cows
JL' Also spin j mey helftrs and a twoSeLr
Jersey bull. Apply la Ueo. H. Allen. snS
east or Balem.
W UdffS- traVeT "of KffffMljS.
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luiwoaa seirddresaed stamped envelop fT.
company, 818 Omaha bulldlnV,
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town without aucU business, corner lot win
inquire at tbUofflce. 8-i7.1m
EXCELSIOR - STABLES -
E. C. Hansen, JVIanager.
(Most Parftct Matk.
Only good honeB used Satisfaction guaranteed,
back of State Insurance block.
HOAaA BUU111.VN Smrnnn. 'J
eoaamerotal atenoaraphr. OfflCT
Tbo best or work doo? atreo?
Hoprs Homoaloa cloek.
Take theOne Cent Dailv