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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1001.
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Start the Day Right f
Nothing puts you so much "off color" for the whole dnv ns a poor ' '
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tur " i "" ""j w juu uung io unuK ui The bt ,ls just
as cheap, and it is so easy to make a good drink when you navoThcbest
coffee.. There is only one "best" in anything. In coffee the best be
yond doubt is '
Chase & Sanborn's World Famous Mochas and Javas
For Sale Only By
FULLER & DOUGLAS,
142 Stato Street. SALEM'S LEADING GROCERS. Phono 2201
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OUT OF COMMISSION
Cast Salem Voted for Prohibition and
Manufacturer Must Seek
Olio of the most abject lessons of the
recent prohibition mpvement can be
found in East Salem precinct, where a
majority of the voters cast their bal
lots against allowing saloons or liquor
in that precinct for the period of two
Iu EaMt Salem is located the fine
vineyard of A. E. Aufrance, together
with his plant for manufacturing wines.
For several years Mr. Aufrance has la
bored hard to build up a business, and
just at a time when his project was
gaining almost a state reputation, he is
forced, under tho terms of the now law,
to leavo tho district for tho purpose of
turning his grapes into wine.
A new industry is crippled, and may
be driven out of business ontirely. At
the very best he will be compelled to
haul his grapes to a place outside of
tho limits of East Salem, and have his
wino cellar located away from his yard.
It is safe to say that not ono person in
10 who voted for tho law would do Mr.
Aufrance an Itijustico directly, but, by
casting their billots for the law, thoy
have practically put him out of busi
ness. It is n poor way to build up Or
egon, by striking down the growing in
dustries of the state under tho guise
of law. Wine will bo -inndo at Mt.
Angel and other precincts.
The City Committee
Meets This Evening
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George Bros. Props.
That money for Dentistry? If you are undecided, let us
explain a few things. We guarantee to save yotTfrom
$2.50 to $5.00 on every set of teeth. We guarantee
every set of teeth to be a perfect fit. We extract teeth
positively without pain.
Now Reader, if you are thinking of having Dental
work done, come and talk it over, after you have been
given the prices of other Dentists. We will save you
money and the work will be of the Highest Grade.
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From now until Christmas we will give a coupon with ev
ery dollar paid for Dentistry at our office, some one of
which entitles the holder to the $900 Automobile.
A New Candidate Has Been
Sprung for Office of
The Republican city committee meets
this evening at the oflico of II. A. John
son when City Chairman LaPoro will
wield tho gavel, and tho following will
be in attendance for tho seven wards,
in tho order named: No. 3, II. A. John
son; No. 2, F. T. Wrightmnn; No. 3, A.
Oesner; No. -1, Alonso Wains No. ?, T.
J. Crouise; No. 0, John Knight; No. 7,
A. Dane. Secretary, 11. O. Crossan. Of
ficers of tho city Republican organiza
tion will nlo be present,, and tho peti
tions of aspirants for places on tho di
rect primary tickot next Tuesdny will
Situation Wanning Up.
Morci interest is taken as tho day
for holding tho primary approaches, as
the bnttlo at tho direct primnrv is vir
tually equivalent to an olectiou in this
strong Republican city. Petitions' for
it number of now nldcrmau candidates
nro preparing today, ns tho tlmo of fil
ing them closes this ovening. A new
candidate for city treasurer has ap
peared in the person of F. G. Haas, tho
druggist. He Is a popular young Gor
man Republican, and would nmko a
strong enndidnte. Tho lino up for mar
shal will include four candidates nH tho
matter now standi.
Sam Hughes Stands.
A statement published to tho effect
that Sam Huulics, who in 1MU was
president of tho Workingmen's Repub
lican Club, and has continued at tho
bond of that organization, had with
drawn, is a mistake Ho has filed his
petition, and will mnko tho rnco for
tho nomination. Ho says it is to lo a
friendly contest for Republicans, anil
ho has ns! much right as anyone to sub
mit his name for tho nomination.
Taking No Part.
Ollicors of thq Young Mon's Republi
can club object to tho report that they,
hh it body, favor the noiiiluntioa of J.
W. Lewis, or any other aspirant for
nomination for n city olllco. Tho young
men's organization last year and this
year refused to allow tho organization
to bo committed to any candidate bo
fore the primaries, taking tho position
that it was tholr duty to support tho
ticket that is put up, and not to dictate
nominations. Mr. Lewis has friends
among tho young mon, and so hae oth
er .candidates, but there Iuim liceii no
expression for anyone. In each ward
it candidate for ward committeeman
will bo chosen.
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New Suits, New Overcoats, New Hats
Pftffn fativiriKattif nH
We have tixe largest and most select assortment
In the city. Gotyoar cold supply yet? We'll
share oar warm supply with you; that's o'coats.
Our range Is "grate" enough, $J5 to $25
Don't forget Clothing Suits and Overcoats.
Furnlshlngs.Warm Underwear. We dress
" Men, Boys and Children not merely cover
Salem Woolen Mill 5ioe,
C. P. BISHOP, Proprkter
a few weeks. They aro former Salem
ites, having left hero about two years
Misses Mabel, Halllo and Una linker,
of Portland, nro in the city, tho guests
of rclntives nnd friends. They nro
laughters of Prof. 1j. 11, linker, who
resided hero last year.
President Smith, of the board of Wil
lamette University, nnd Philip Ueanor,
a member of tho board, who spent yes
terday nt tho school, returned homo to
Portland this morning.
Judge Scott wont to Portland to
day with tho commltteo iu clinrgo of
the Marion county exhibit for tho 1005
fair, to hp en re. space for tho exhibit,
There is no pepper in
Schilling's Best ginger; there's
nothing wrong in Schilling's
which Is to bo nwardod today. Tho
commltteo will also nrrnngo froight
rntt.it and vurioua other ninttora.
Two Now Actions.
Two moro actions havo boon filed In
Department No. 1 of tho circuit court
ngalnst Clnudo Hurst. Ono by O. P.
Hishop for $77.70 for clothos bought at
his store, nnd ono by D. F, Lnno ngalnst
Hurst nnd his wife on n promissory
noto given by them nnd which fell duo
November 1, 1004, for $50 nnd $25 nt
A Family How.
Thoro is no danger of ono lu nny
homo where tho maternal head of tho
house is a good cook, and tho ments
como from tho old reliable markot of
13. O, Cross. Thoro nro eases whoro
theso meats havo kept ponpo in homos
for a generation. Thoy now go tit tho
cut price, on account of the meal war,
Marrlago license was grnnted this
morning to Felix Stromberg and Miss
Social Danco Tonight.
Tho regular Saturday night social
dnnco will bo hold nt Tioga hall to.
night. Miss Nottio Frnzuro will con
duct thosn dnncos In the future Mo
Klroy's orchostrn has .boon cngnged,
thus insuring good music.
Another "card crnzo" up- J
9 on us. It is Bunco" nnd 9
H "Sherlock Holmoa." Last M
0 yonr Pit, Panic nnd Flinch
m had tho rngc, but It Is differ- g
a out now, "Hitnco" far ox- j
2 coo1 "Flinch" moro to It, Z
J moro sclonce, moro fun, whllo J
W "Sherlock Holmos" kcops
you busy playing "Hawk Hi
o'niiw1' nntt capturing tho vn -pr
m rlotifl "Crooks." You'll wnnt
a It. Tho crnzo Is coming. "Wo ggk
J2 lutvn tbom In nbundnneo.
Fifty contH por deck. J
S Patton's Book Store.
DR. B. E. WRIGHT
THE PAINLESS DENTIST
STEUSLOFf BUILDING COURT STREET
HOURS: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays
1 0 a m. to 1 2 m.
j Attorney Kills Itirlinrilwin U in Port
.land today 01 luiBliiOnH.
Mim Klvu Wlnslow went ti Turner
today for a short visit.
) Dee Furrar returned from a short trip
, to Portland this morning.
Kx-Oovornor Lord went to Portland
this morning on 8 short lusiius trip.
George Gray returnil from a luinth'H
visit at the St. lmu fiur this morning.
F. It. "Wagner, of the Ooodmnn shoe
home, of Pprtlaud, Is a .Salem isltor
Miss Denno Adair, of Portland, who
lm beon visiting friends here, went to
Mr. uiul rrs. J. T. Volfnrl returned
to their home in OorwU e)tr.lay, lif
ter n- visit hero,
Prof. WIIIU K. MeKlroy . brcn
; spending several days nt Munrm where
I he ban luqd interewta.
Miwi Mollie Walsh, of Albany, who
bus been visiting fritunU iu tin- ity, re-
turned to her homo latt et'i, ng
Mrs. J. A. Itlehard'on hs gone to
Sh l'rHtio, wbar she will seiid u
month vUiting awl studying urt.
MIm IMwi Irvfn returns! to her
borne in Oorvallii today, aft. i k visit
with Mm. Ilaj OIJbt. of thu city.
Chauney HWtep west to Kujn yw
terdtiy, d w'lll officiate nt tl.a l'. of
O.-U. of W. feotball gam there today.
K. P. Wwr left tawt Frida for a
bil-in trip to Partlnnd. Hulcu and
stbar. vljr polaU. Arli)ton I.oaord.
MUh Wiaaie MeCarthy, t Portland,
oarao up this raernisg for aa over Sun
day vwit with bar jtareat m tin city.
MI iaai IVtwk rttwra! lat even-
log ttem a two laaatb' vJwt at Haa
Fraaciaee, wbre th kat been tukiag a
fotirae in art
Mr and Mr. J. Ulwan. f ft
Perce Idaho, are vtiitm relavei f-r
THAT Tini TUItKEY IS WITH US, BUT BEFORE IBS WELLBHOWNED BODY IS SERVED LOOK TO
THE FURNISHINaS OF YOUR DININQ ROOM.
If is poaidbl te e"Juy tlng turkoy
whllo sitting on n onmkgr hex. How
over, it set of our ttloiput dinars would
not detract from the tteottaiuti.
Our wall papers jday a very import-
unt part in many of tho finest dining
rooms of Salem.
For showing of nloo alifmt and glaiui
ware nothing nxealls our ehltm closet
with mirror- haeka. If you have not
room tot n e)ot.
We have jilnta rackn anil pint rails,
either of which is economical, useful
Is your tablo milllolont for tho
We huvu thorn In all tho uo
lmp at iitflJerate coat.
WE ARE HERE TO SAVE YOU
THE HOUSE FURNISHING CO.
NEXT TO JOS. MEYERS & SON.
Salem and Albany
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