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DAILY CAMTAL JOURNAL, SALES!, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1000.
This Is the Store
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Thnt gets tlic new things first. a'o wild flint nt the beginning of tlic
season; nml hoiv wuIImvc proved if; thousands of people know. It
lins brought customers, numerous customers to Salem, thnt linve
never before mndo this city their Hhopplug place, proving the truth
of our clnlm "MEYERS' THE SJIOPPJXG CENTER OP THE WhV
LAJD2TTE VALLEY." Wo as you to pcrsomilly inspect this inng
nlllcent Htock of dependable mid seasonable merclmndlse mid see Where
mo am save you money.
mother Glance At the New Coats
INDIVIDUALITY IS THE KEY NOTE
Individuality of cloth, of Btylo, of tho Very buttoiiH that is whnt
you will find In oven tho least oxponslvo of our coats. Ju short tho
assortment la roplote with holptttl UluHtratioiiH of tho latest models.
Feol wclcomo to bco nnd onjoy tho beauties of tho now creations.
MORE NEW 36 INCH COATS
In fnncy mixtures nnd plulds rccolvcd Into last evening Your wnnts
can ho supplied from this grunt assortment.
Whother you wnnt to boo tho long conts or short ones, you enn
como hero Knowing the best of Its kind Is nwnitlug you.
xj I'rlcos nro, an usual, very modest for such splendid values. Rendy
, 'this morning.
Our 302d consecutive weekly
bargain snle. A bnrgnln sale that
will bo welcome news to thrifty
For next Wednesday wo offer
Nottingham weaves, 45 Inches
wide 3 yards long n splendid
valuo nt 1.25
Non,o sold until 8:30.
No phono orders received.
$8.50 to $35.00
An unusually nlco assortment
of tho newest In Silks nt much
less than Its real worth stop In
and boo thoso bargain thoy como
In a groat vnrluty of colors.
In groat vnrluty.
85o and 05a values
Changeable ChllTou Tnffotn
WJdo rnngo of choice.
It. 00 nnd 1,U5 values HQr
Balo l'rlco Zsxj
DRESS GOODS BARGAINS
Wo nro creating n great furoro
among discriminate buyers who
nro eagerly buying our unmatched
dress goods bargains. Continu
ing this week wo ard offering
ALL WOOL SKIRTING
In now weaves nnd colorlngB
you can bo pleased from this as
sortment of grand vnlues.
11.00 nnd $1.25 vnlues
11.50 and $2.00 vnlues
THE RELIABLE GOODS
Wo mnko no Idlo boast when
wo say that "Cravenette" Is tho
host known, most universally
used, nnd has given tho best sat
isfaction of any rnlnproof mntor
Inls. You enn mnko no mlstako
In. getting ."Cravenetti," for n
gunrnntco is back of it. All
weights nnd colors to chooso from
nt our counters,
$1 .50 to $2.75
Awakened by the
Cold this Morning
Your bedding needs replenish
ing. Now is n good time to get
what you need In tho bedding
line. Stocks won't be ns full
The prices nre as low as they
could possibly be on the best
quality of goods.
Cotton Blankets 45c to $2.25
Comforts $1 to $1 2.50
For Fall Wear
The reason for tho wonderful
growth of this hat store seems to
THE STORK IS HANDY
on tho mnln floor Just Inside
tho door on Liberty street.
EVERY NEW STYLE IS HERE H
Soft lints and derbies In ever
.THE HATS ARE OP
We pay a little more In some
enses to get hats of exceptional
quality or finish.
The prices nro what you expect
$2 to $4
NEW STYLES REST VALUES
Every good and wanted stylo
Is here. There aro all sizes to fit
all men perfectly. New fancy
hosiery Including the plain as
well ns tho latest novelties for
the coming season. Many new
effects In tho now embrolderled
cosks nro worth seeing. Prices
Copyright 1906 by Hart Schafther &? Marx
A POINT WHICH WE SPECIALIZE
Test our clothes for men anywhere along the lino from $10 to $30.
You will find the same distinguishing characteristics that have been
so well appreciated In Salem, tho characteristics which make these
clothes unsurpassed In three vital points that may be summed up la
Make Fit Style
In these suits and coats you will find first a wide choice of fine mater
ials. You will find In these clothes points of stylo and finish which
nro distinctive the evidence of creative tnllor work you will find
perfect fit and this quite as well if you nro tnll or short or stout ns
if you nro what tho tailors call "regular" build. Finally you will find
that these clothes have such thoroughly good inside tailor work that
they will hold their shape permanently and give unusual wear.
$10 to $30
A Collodion of Important l'nra
graphs for Your Consideration
At Dr. Btono'a drug store, 8aom,
Ore., n boy who desires to learn drug
business. Apply at ouco 10,9-tf.
Viola lodge, NoTsS, 1). of II., wilt
give a dancing party In tho Holmnn
hall Monday ovonlng, October IGth,
BCING WITHOUT A CLOCK
V have good eight-day clocks for
$9.00. Some with steer cat, high
ly polished wood and Iron, suitable
for a parlor mantle, $5.50 to 913.
It you want a school, church or
kail fleck, or oae suitable for an
Me, we have them from $5,00 to
Alarm atecks, warranted, on year,
Got your Invitations of tho commit
Call nt 447 Court street, nnd get
n good tnllor-mudo suit at half
Of whist or other table gamos,
should have one of thoso beautiful
card tables shown In our South win
dow, Duron & Hamilton.
T!irto Wheeled lluggy
It. M. Fleming has n buggy with
only throo whooU. Ho left hid horso
and buggy In front qf tho poatoftco
this morning whllo ho wont in for
tits mnll. Tho horso got frlghtoned
and ran for Yunuko'ts stable at n
lively eltp. Ho dropped tho buggy
top nnd ouo wheel en route. No
other dnmngo was done.
Misfit clothing salo every day at
147 Court stroot, Savo your money
by calling. 10-15-Gt
Card and game tables at Duron &
Darker shop, 117 .Commercial
street, successor to Jack Ryan You
don't have to wait; six barbers.
A Flno Show Ihr
OUwhlst tables In lluren & Ham
ilton's south window.
The MlsHt Clothing Parlors, 447
Court street, wlls One tailor-made
suits for about halt original cost.
Oregon City Is to have a rolling
E. G. Phllley went to Corvnllls
today on business.
Ernest W, Haas has gono to Seat
tle on n business visit.
Miss Eva F. Cox left this morning
for n brlof visit In Portlnnd.
Clayton Wonts went to Portland
William Marshal, n business man
of Needy, spent Sunday In this city.
P. V. Catlln, of Portland. Is horo
visiting his parents.
Fred Wator was among tho Stay-ton-bound
passongera this morning.
Row Oscar Ollvor, of tho Jeffer
son M. E. church, Is In tho city.
President J. H. Coleman, of Wil
lamette University, Is In Portland.
Mrs. John Sweeney left today for
a visit In Vermont,
J. II. Darling, tho real estate man,
returned to his homo In Oregon City
Cieorgo Watt, of Day City, Tilla
mook comity, la horo visiting rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. 8. Kozer returned
this morning from a visit with
friends In Astoria and Portlnnd.
Wm. M. Sanders returned this
morning from an over-Sunday visit
at his home In Sllvertoa.
Walton I.ooney, of Jefferson, was
In tho city today on business mat
ters. D. A. Shotaakcr loft today for Mill
City to take a position with the Cur
tis Lumber company of that place.
D. C. Humphreys, of tho States
man stair, went to Jefferson today
to spend a day at home.
Mrs, W. C. Corbett returned to
her home at CorvallU tkw mpralag,
after a lU lth her iWtf, Mrs. W.
MIm L. Johnson, t Kansas City,
who has We vWtln relative
her, left today for a ay with
friend la Sprinffteld.
Professor II. L. Hopkins, of Al
bany college, who prenched at tho
First Presbyterian church Sunday,
returned homo today.
C. F. Lansing, of this city, who
waR one of the judges on exhibits nt
tho Hood River fruit fair, has re
John W. Cochran, tho Oregon City
representative of the Orcgonlan and
Telegram, spent Sunday in Salem
with his mother.
Alvln Kays, who has been bno of
tho employes at tho foundry, is ex
pected to go to Portland to accept
a similar position.
Ivan Oakcs, of the stato engineer
ing office, returned this morning
from a visit with friends In Eugene.
Dort Hanoy, deputy district attor
ney for Multnomah county, returned
homo this morning, after an over
Sunday visit with friends here.
F, M. Zlnn, a business man of
Pomeroy, Washington, who has been
hero. visiting his son, W. W. Zlnn, re
turned homo this morning.
Fred Legg, tho architect, who hns
opened an office In the Alnsworth
building In Portland, returned to
the metropolis this morning, after a
brief over-Sunday visit with his fam
Mrs. D. A. Whito and daughter,
Miss Blanche, left this morning tor
an extended visit In Emporia, Kan
sas. Mr. White accompanied them
as far as Pjrtlaud,
Ills discourse yesterday contained
ieme valuable Information regarding
the social, educational and commer
cial status of Nanking and the neigh
Nanking University is the educa
tional center where Mlas Nellie
Clark, ot this city, Is teaching, and
of which Rev. F. E. Megs, a school
mate ot Dr, Davis Errett, Is nreel
Mt, Curtis Coleman, the weWknowa
athlete, has returned from his sum
mer vacation, ami will matriculate
at the University, and Join the foot
ball squad, where his presence will
Inspire tho football players to do
Miss Grace Oliver, of Pendleton,
a former student at Willamette Uni
versity, Is visiting college friends In
Mr. and Mrs. A. McQueen and
family, of Jefferson, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gllson.
J. F. Jones and family have moved
to their new residence two doors
south of tho Asylum Avenue store,
on Eighteenth street, to give their
family better school privileges. Mr.
Jones will go Into the commission
Mrs. C. Brown and daughter, Miss
Frances, left Saturday for an eastern
trip. They will go as far east as
Illinois, and on their return trip M(ss
Brown will remain for sometime
with a sister who resides In Miles;
Rev. W. P. Bentley, who preached
at tho Christian church yesterday,
loft this morning for Cottage Grove.
He has two other appointments to
fill, Roseburg and Grants Pass, be
fore returning to Berkeley, Cat. He
recently returnod from China, where
ho was engaged In educational work,
but, his health having failed, ho was
obliged to return to the homeland.
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Norwich Union Fire Inst
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent
Office with Wm. Urown & Co., Na
129 Commercial Street.
MEAD. At the Portland Samaritan
Hospital, la Portland, Sunday, Oc
tober 14, 1906, James E. Mead, ot
Mr. Mead was born in Stlem
March 3, 1S51, and resided la this
city the greater part of his lite. He
leaves two children. Mrs. Q. W.
Johns, of Portland, aa4 A. W. Mead,
ot Oregon City.
The funeral aenrkes will be haW
In Portland, and the hvrial servleee
will he Hi thto efty tomrrw (Tne.
Mnnev to Loan
THOMAS K. FORD.
Over Ladd & Bush's Bank, Salem, Or.
Ofllco Room I will give office sp
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and all conveniences io
wishing to establish theniselrt
a public stonographer, in
for a certain amount of tfr
vice. R. O Hunter. Be J'
Ladd & Bush Bldg., Sale, Ore
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Wanted, A lady cook at 357 N
Commercial street. lOW
Lost Between Salem and SMrH
a 22 Winchester repeater
Suitable reward for
same to this office.
oauin lu ima utuvu.
Wanted Five to eight-room .'
unfurnished, or partially i
nished. Apply "X.." care -
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