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DAILY CAPITAL JOTJUNAL, SALfeM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1901.
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Never sold la Salem before. What?
The kind you have seen advertised in all the Eastern Magazines.
Try a box It Is sure to please you.
All a Boatct iot Winter , .
For tho cold days that nro sure to como, and for tho rainy days that
are to come, wo are willing and ready to clothe you with tho very best
of winter garments at such reasonable prices that you won't feel tho
parting with tho money. Our handsome now styles in suits, overcoats and
rnidconts are the best in the city. They fit well, look well aud wear
$10.00 on ttp to $25.00
;i FULLER & DOUGLAS,!
; ; 141 Stato Street. SALEM'S LEADING QEOOEUS. Phono 2261 X
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Meeting Will Be field
the Purpose of
Tho movement for a Marion county
exhibit at tho Lewis and Clark fair
I iias met wiiu u ueurijr .response
throughout tho county, and it is safe
to say that a libcrnl appropriation
will bo mado to collect and maintain
Tho executive commltteo who will
ilinvo cllargo o tho work is composed
Ens follews: Chnlrmnn, County Judgo
EScott; Commissioner Isaac Needhnm,
bsf Salem; Commissioner Win. Miley,
Miss Lena Achilles is visiting friends
J. A. Simpson hns returned from a
week's stay" at Albany.
Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Good in spent
Sundny with friends in Portlnnd.
Walter Ostrander returned this
morning from a visit with Albany
Tom Wilson, bookkeeper at tho pen
itentiary, is spending a few days at
D. S. Knin, formerly of Roscdule,
has returned from Alaska to spend tho
winter in Salem.
What a throng it was, and
what a surprised lot of people it
was who looked on tho prico
tags, and wonderod how it was
that tho world's leading makes
of pianos could bo sold for so
"What a bargain that Fis
eher is," "How can they do
itf" "Why, I paid 400 for
mine." Such wcro tho re
marks heard on every side.
The Stalwart Quartette "did
itself proud," and altogether
tho opening was a success, both
from a musical standpoint, as
well as an advertising one for
I Allen & Giflbett-
! Ramaker Co.
299 Commercial St.
on Wednesday for
of Aurora; If. B. Thlelsen and Frank
Derby, of Salem; Walter L. Tooze, of
Woodburn; ltev. Father William, of
Mt. Angel; Wm. Taylor, of Mncleay,
and D. II. Looney, of Jefferson.
The committeo will mcetrnt tho of
itco of Judgo Scott on Wednesday
morning, October 20, lit 11 o'clock,
for tho purposo of appointing sub
committees and making other arrange
ments for tho commencement of active
Miss Johns returned this morning
from u visit nt Portland.
A. F. Conway, of Portlnnd, is a busi
ness visitor in tho city today.
Howard C'ntlin returned to Eugene to
day after a visit with his parents in
Mrs. Van Wlnklo went to Albany
this morning, after visit with relatives
in this city.
Miss Minnie Achcnbach returned
this morning from a Sunday visit with
her parents at Albany.
Sid Morrison, hop man from Wood
burn, returned homo this morning, af
ter n Sunday visit in tho city.
Hoy Bishop is nt Newport for a few
days, trolling for salmon, and enjoying
tho unusually fine weather on tho beach
Miss Sadio Mulkey, of Kngone, who
has been visiting her cousin, Miss
Vtdi Mulkey, of Bethel, has returned
Hon. Frank T. Wrightuinn, state cor
poration uttoney, returned this morn
ing from u visit to his farm north of
Fred Fish, tho genial head clerk nt
tho Willamette, returned last night
from an over-Sunday visit with Port
Oliver Beers, Jack Itynn and Geo.
W. Johnson, Jr., are spending 11 few
weeks nt Cascndia, wliero thoy nro
hunting and Ashing.
Attorney Phillip Mclntiro, of Ten
nessee, who has boon spending tho past
two months in tbl" city, visiting rel
atives, returned homo Snturduy.
Misses Clara and Cecelia Wiley and
Anna Shen, of Portland, who camo up
to seo tho Willamette-Columbia foot
ball game, were tho guests of Dr.
and Mrs. J. F. Culbreath over Sunday.
Two kinds of goods and
trade; a bargain's a bargain
and inoneyback. One makes
friends, ' and the other loses
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CO to 0 was the scuro by which Wll
lemctto defeated Columbia Saturday
in a spirited gamo of footbnll. The
Portlauders put up u plucky, spirited
game nnd stubbornly disputed every
Inch of ground, but they wero complete
ly outclassed uud went down to honor
nblo defeat before a superior team.
They certainly won tho admiration of
their opponents by tho spirited wny In
which they played, even nfter It was
apparent that they would bo over
whelmingly defeated. Monks, tho loft
uncK memo on mo visiting team, re
ceived tho only severe Injury of the
gume. About tho mlddlo of tho last
half ho fell in such n way as to dislo
cate his arm at tho shoulder. This was
tho third time that he has had tho same
arm dislocated this year. H
Tho home team played fast ball, and,
unlike tho week before, thoy played to
gether ns one man. The Held was fant
tho weather ideal, and tho game spec
tacular, nil of which wns very sutis
factory to tho largo crowd. Another
nice feature wus the utter absence of taking Stuart's dyspepsia Tablots.
"rug chewing." I It Is au accepted sclontlflc truth,
In tho evonlng tho young ladies of .which admits of w dispute, that if you
tho University gnvo a reception to the will only keop your digestive- apparatus
visitors in tho sooioty hnlls of tho I'nl- In good order, you will never suffor
versity, which was greatly enjoyed by 'from this dread disease, which, nt best,
all present. Tho rooms had been tusto-Jmeans a wonkoning operation, with
fully decorated with tho colors of tho, long weeks wasted in bed, nnd big doc
two schools, (lames wero played, and tor's and surgeons bills to puj ns souv
punch wns served by two of Willain. onirs.
otto's fair maldons, and everybody had
u good time.
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Othor Football Scores.
California 12; University of Oregon,
Stanford University, 17; Unlvorsity"
of Nevada, 0.
Willamette University, GO; Columbia
milling VUIII-HU, -J, viiuiimnu
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Sccoml team O. A. 0., 25; Portland,
INbIi School, 0.
MeMinnvillo Cqllogi, 11; Monmouth
Pacific University, 11; U. of O.
University of Washington, 45; Utah
Agricultural College, 0.
Do You Believe in Signs?
A mark, note, token or sympton, Int
dicntes that by which anything may
bo known, that is, wo aro forewarned
if evil is to befall us,or wo have tho
pleasuro of anticipation If the signs
betoken n fortunate oecurronee. Aeei.
dental occurrences all have their signs
every dlsoaso hr.s its symptoms. Tho
point is to hood the formor, anJ count
toract tho effeot of the latter. Splls
of siek headache follow indigestion
aud stomach disorders, betaking, bll
iousneM and dyspepsia are signs of
sli'kni. People that believe in tb.se
signs and know that they are true
from oxperieno, can get immtJiato
relief and a spdy oure by th m of
Dr. Dunn's Improved Llvr Pills. Sold
by druggists for SSc per bx. Oaly
one for a dose.
Foro sale by Dr. S. a Stone, dnigglU
Lithane to marry was granted Satur
day to Harry Oouldlng and MiM Alleo
J. II Inkle and Kddle Meere aad MIm
Mr. Moore and Mlw Ooodo wero mar
ried yesterday afternoon at toe par
sonage of tbe Leslie M. K. ebureb, Her.
W. 8. Gordon performloy the ceremony.
Nothing effects a man's comfort and health moro than his underwear.
If badly cut, it's a daylong drag and a burden to htm. Evory garment
wo sell is correctly cut we're clothlors, and wo know. Best mnterials
wool and cotton,
50c a Garment up to $ .50
Salem Woolen Mill Store,
C. P. BISHOP, Proprietor
At last Court street between 15th
aud 10th streets is opou. Tho old
fences Imvo been taken down, and men
nro at work grubbing out tho trees.
Now sidewalks will bo ordered built,
and tho thoroughfnro will bo ready for
pedestrians. The street may not bo
graveled before spring, but it is grati
fying to know that, aftor a scoro of
years the peoplo of that section have
been nblo to get that thoroughfare
opened. This will niiiko of Court strcot
tho main driveway cast nnd west In
Why is appendicitis so common to
day t v
Because we liavo got into the per
nicious hublt of eating too fast.'
Dr. Curtis, tho great authority on
this disease, Bays: "Appendicitis often
follows tho eating of n very hastily, or
particularly large or indigestible
Aftor entelessly following a foolish
custom you can insuro your safety by
i Keep your appendix In health by the.
.proper use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lots, whenever you have laid yourself
open to danger by ovorontlng, and up
on tho least sign of stomach or intos-
-itinal trouble, for otherwise, at any
time, this dangerous disease may luy
Tho' curative Influeneo of this great
jmodieiiio is quickly shown in tho gen
Yijk Hnninitiir nufipi ir hum fin fill in
"l to ... . -
flamed conditions of any part of tho
8tunrt's Dyspepsia Tablots tono all
these purts up to u proper condition of
perfect health, aud rogulato their
functions into a propor working state,
They also mako away with all the.
rausoti of irritation, intlnminntlon or in
digestion by helping to dissolve, digest
and iifcidiulliite, or put to proper use,
all the food which is lying nround in
odd corners of your dlgostivo nppa
rntus, fermenting rotting and curdling,
like mo munti garbngo In a dirty sink.
In theso natural and perfectly slm
plo ways, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet
restore all sufferers from tiny form of
dyspepsia trouble to health.
They aro safe and reliable. Thoy
never fall to relieve ami cure, quiekly
Use them, and you need never worry
about your appendix verwilformlx.
Tfomn from TTewnort.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ij. Urown and
daughter, MiM Itlantha, Mr. and Mrs.
I). C. Minto returned Saturday from
tkolr threo weeks' outing at Newport.
They spent a yery pleasant time, and
wra uBuusunlly sueeeMful iu trolling
tftr fish. The day before they returned
thoy caught 112 trout in less than three
Has your boy plenty of staying power?
Grit, courage, strength, finishing power are essential these days.
The reason why doctors so often order Ayer's Saraaparllla for
thin, pale, delicate children Is because it supplies these essentials.
It makes the blood pure, rich, and red. Sold for 60 years. &'.ir2i!
! lirilMIIWIIIIMI nil mi r-TTTi " 1 n
2 Llttlo mountains of them, 2
w from Eastern mills and from W
H Western mills, moro than we M
$ have ovor brought together
m before. Our famous g
Aro real beauties Tho vory W
9 best of pnpor, and nt a llttlo 9
B price. An investigation or H
(tk a trial ordor will provo the A
Patton's Book Store.
NATURE TEIiLS YOU.
As Many a Salem Reader Knows Too
When tho kldnoys nro sick,
Nature tells you nil about it,
The nrino is nature's calendar,
Infrequent or too frequent action;
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
Hundreds of peoplo, testify to this.
Mrs. Win. Itulnwntor, wife of Win.
lluiuwatcr, employed in Veal' chair
factory, residing nt 003 Fast First
street, Albany, sayst "My kidneys
troubled me off and on for eight years.
Every time 1 contracted a cold It set
tled In my kidneys, causing my back
to nolie often so badly that 1 could
hardly get about to attend to my house
hold duties. Accompanying this wus a
vory annoying and distressing dillleul-
ly with tho kidnoy secretions. I wns
treated by physicians and took a num
ber of highly recommended remedies,
but the relief I obtained was only tem
porary, und I was about discouraged.
Finally I read an advertisement about
Donn's Kidney Pills, and got a box
and began their uso. 7 expected some
relief, of courso, but, to my surprise,
thoy went quickly to the root of tho
dlseaso, aud I had no moro trouble, un
til recently I felt symptoms of n re
currence. Dean's Kidney Pills nro tho
best kidney mcdloino I over used, nnd
I hnvu recommended them to neigh
bors." Plenty more proof liko tlds from Sa
lem people. Call nt Dr. Htonu'n drug
store, and ask what his customers re
port. FnrwUpbynlldoulcraj Prlw SO cents.
PoMnr Mllliurii &. Co., Iluffalo. S. Y.,
sole agents for the United Htatr.
Itemt-itilier the name Doan's and
take um othuj
Rounded Up Hoboes.
H per in I Polleemuii Jaiuos Peulaud, of
tli. suventh ward, last night nrrrsted
eight helioes In Now Park. Thoy wero
Hinped on ta property of Mr. lingers,
itwd wde free uso of potatoes nnd oth
er ediblo owned by that gentroman,
slid other residents of that district.
Thoy wero confined In tho city Jail
ovor night, ami released this morning
by Iteeorder Judah on their promise to
get out of town. This is tho second
raid that the oflleer has mado in Yow
Park, and the travelers will probably
Uke the hint and keep away from that
section of the city. Tho next bunch that
is raptured will ba given n ehanco to
!" "no on me sirenis.
A suprob Fischer stylo 3, in
rnro genuine mahogany waa pur
Tho prominent clothing dealer, g
after an oxhaustlvo piano inves- j
Is ono of America's oldest and
greatest instruments. This is g
tho class of goods wo nro offer- 9
Ing nt this
If ynu Intend to ovor put a m
piano in your homo, wo ay to
you that never again wfll such
prlco nnd quality inducement
bo miiilo by us in Salem. 9
The Pacific Northwest's
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