Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 20, 1907, Page 4, Image 4

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    DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, HALEM, OREGON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1007.
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Hey wood Rockets and Dining Chains
Tic acme of durability and comfort found in the above lines.
Tfee Royal Mois Chaks, the original "pash battonff kind, ate
thoroughly well made and warranted fo 20 yeans. The adjustment will be repaired free if
1 any part becomes broken or out of order. Press the button, lean back to any position, solid
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Gteat Exhibition of
J Buck's Steel Ranges f
And Heating Stoves
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It's an easy matter to select a
Davenpo t of Gotitcfi
Back's stoves and Ranges j j om ottf large line The bed Dav- J
have been on the market so long ; 4 t 4 !
thalthe name Back I. becomto ! i euPw rC WeCUHUHg Very popular, j
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a household word throaghont the j j jn homes whete bed rooms ate lim-
f.and. Evfv dn.v we are sending ! i
out these wonder stoves on a j ited to the sie of the family These I
guarantee of satisfaction. Every ; t j
day we receive h.gh prafceslfrom j i " v C"F ""
satisfied customers who are more j ! yygf the Ptf POS
than pleased with their new i .
stove or rane. We wish to show i OX a Spatf e 001X1,
thesel stoves to every visitor at t.i smZftrt
the state fair. Perhaps you have ; j o M
a good stove and have no occa- j changed f tfOttl a
sion to buy another; but that's no ! i
reason why you should not post ; ' l&tfgC tOQtXky COtfCll
yoursett on how the most sat.S- j I f fe
factory stoves arc built today. j ;
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SHOP
LIFTER
CAUGHT
A Bhop llftur, wlio guvu his unmo
na CliuiKw Jnokson, wns arrosto.l
this mornliut liy Oflloera Mlnto and
Each nt tho ntuto fiilr rfroumlH. JnoU
eon wont Into J, I. Stockton's store,
on ConunoroliU Htreot, tills morulng,
and b(i;im u couvorsutlon with ono
nt tho delicti. UHIng him thnt ho
luul charge of nit tho Jockoys nt tho
fnlr groiimla, niul I hut ho wns brlns
Ihk n (Unl of trmlo to tho store Ho
then naked for n twonty-doHnr R0d
pleco In oxrliaiiKO for Bllvor. Tho
clork accommodated him, nnd Jack
son loft tho atoro, hut soon returned
In company with n young man, nnd
tho two began to look over tho stock
of pants. Nothing was suspectod un
til tho crook wns soon making hla
oxlt from tho door loading to Court
street, with two pairs of pants un
dor hla arm. Mr, Locko, tho snlos
man, gavo pursuit, and the shop lift
er, bolng closely prosgcxi, ran into
vtko Hot studio, but eoomlD);ly
chsnged his wind, and ran out ftgadn,
Jmfc Locke firrlrcd. Locke
grnspod tho stolon pants, nnd with
tho other hand attempted to hold
tho thlof by tho shoulder, but was
unable to do so. Jackson droppM
tho pants, nnd ran down tho alley
Juat cast of tho Unto Wing store,
nnd wna lost until located on tho
fnlr grounds shortly after noon by
Mlnto nnd Each, who woro nsslstod
by Dotoctlvo 0. Hollyor, of Portland,
who know tho crook. Mr. Hellyer Is
visiting In tho olt, nnd lu8 recontly
nldod tho locnl olllcora on Bovoral
occasions In locating men.
Jackson U snld to bo nn ox-con-1ct
and tins boon soiling scoro cards
nt tho fnlr grounds.
Cliaiigo for tho Worse.
When w mnn gets married ho
Is apt to think nt first
That his wlfo'a tho hotter hnlf,
And later sho's tho worBt,
Ghlcago News.
Uenncxt.
So ninny mon nro tied to It
This slmllo it bring;
Tho ticker Is nothing less
Than Fortuno's npron strings.
Drooklyn Life,
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SUUS i:XSKCllKTAHV KIXCAII).
State Wants Tees Collected by lUm
Turmrt Out to It,
Tho State of Oregon, reprosouted
J by District Attorney J. 11. McNary,
pinintirr, yesterany nieu n complaint
In dopnrtmont No. 2 of tho Marlon
county circuit court against It. II.
Klncald, formor sucrotnry of state, to
recover $G0,000, which sum Is sot
forth us having been duo Mc. Klu
caid's succossor in otllco, but wns not
turned over at tho oxplrntlon of tho
dofomlant'a term. It Is ulloged that
Mr. Klncald recotvod tho said $G0,
000 through tho usual sourcos bo
tween January 14, 1S95, nnd Janu
ary 14, 1S99, nnd that ho failed to
deliver to his succossor tho money,
or nny part or It.
A similar suit wns filed In tho cir
cuit court of Lauo county several
days ago, but owing to tho fnct that
tho prosecutlug attorney for that dis
trict did not Join In tho action on
tho part of tho stato, a soparato ac
tion has been brought In thts county
with District Attorney McN'ary as re
lator. Tho servlco was mado upon
Mr. Klncald while ho .was In attend
ance at tho state fair.
AWARDS
AND WHO
GOT THEM
Denton County Eirst. Lane Second In
County Exhibits
OATORIA.I
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IIOHTIOUI4TVR ATi DKPARTM KXT.
Apples.
Gravoustolns Slnglo varlotlos,
throo plntos, fivo spoclmons, Mrs. A.
Ilbfor, Salem, first; E. M. Warren,
Eugene, second.
Red Cheok Pippin Samo as above
E. M. Warrens, Eugene, first,
Roxbury Russet Samo as above
E. M. Warren, Eugene, first.
Yellow Dellflower Samo as above
E. M. Warren, Eugene, first.
Yollow Nowtowns Samo as above
E. M. Warren, Eugene, first.
Commercial exhibit Best display
of fivo boxeB, not les3 than three va
rieties George Armstroug, Corval
lls, second, $10; Wallace orchard,
Salem, first, $20.
Pers.
Commercial Best display of
three boxes, not less than two varie
ties Wallace orchard, Salem, first,
$10.
Plato exhibit Slnglo varletlos,
fivo specimens each E. M. Warren,
Eugene, first, $10.
Prunes,
Tlato exhibit Single varieties,
three plates, 10 specimens Andrrfw
Vorcler, Salem, first; E. M. Warren,
Eugene, second.
Quinces.
Plato exhibit Slnglo varieties, E.
M. Warren, Eugene, first.
Green Fruits.
Bost general display of green fruit
Wallace orchard, Salem, first, $10;
E. M. Warren, Eugene, second, $5.
Evaporated Prunes.
Bst display of not loss than fivo
boxes each, weighing not less than
ten pounds Willamette Valley
Prune Association, Salem, first, $6;
H. S. Gilo & Co., Salem, second, $3.
Nuts.
Best display of Oregon grown
nuts E. M. Warren, Eugene, flr3t,
.$5; Bello Wolf, Falls City, second,
$2.50.
FLORAL DEPARTMENT.
Rest Display of Flowers.
Mrs. J. V. Taylor was awarded
premiums as follews: Fuchlas, sec
ond, $4; roses, second, $4; gerani
ums, second, $4; climbing plants,
first, $8; variegated leaved plaats,
first, $8; ferns, first, $8; now or rare
" . i.. first.
plants, first. ?S; ueBo.. r,
carnations, second, 13; s
Becond, $3; pansle. first. '
Ing baskets, first, 4; wetm.
$3
Mrs. J. H.Haas, Salem, wm
ed premiums as follow!'
first, $8 variegated leaved F
second, $4; fuchlas, first, S.
second, $4; new or rare pW
ond, $4; begonias. eond. 1.
nations, first, W Pn3le5' '
$2jdrs L. L. WWteaker.
ence, was awarded second P
on cactus, 1 30.
Single Ptantf.
Mrs. J. V.Taylor was .Jjg
following Pn,u?w;,MBSrtI I
first. $3; Titus ela.tle.JW. f
plumbago capanse.
rhyncos pernum. secona, .,
gus plumosus. second, ?..
basket, first, 3: . j "d
ond, $2; rtZTl
no, second. JlJumbrelUP1
ond, $1; Boston tet
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