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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1909)
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALKM, ORET.ON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1000. prr
oyland 2nd Floor
Shop early hi tho day first come, first served. Early ones always get tlio best selections. Yesterday tills store was crowded with eager
buyers, and It looked for a tlmo that wo would bo compelled to lock tho doors. Everybody was good nnlurcd and waited their turn, and wc be
llovo out of all that crowd no ono went away disappointed, because wo are better prepared to handle tho crowds. Our assortments are lar
gcr this year, which makes selections easier. Shop in tlio mornings If possible.
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Toys from 25c up reduced 20 per cent in price. There are
a few of those 10c pictures left. Hurry! Kochi, Brass,
China Cut Glass, etc. at big reductions. Slippers ' for every
one, reduction 25 per cent. See them. Ladies' suits, coats
and dresses now half prices. Our motto: "Big and Better
than Ever 1910." Watch us grow. Good Goods is the
Watchword of Our Success.
Yulotidol Woll, if you'lj tldo hero! Special offerings
of Men's Overcoats, latest styles and cloths. Included
in this showing are Bomo of tho well known HART
h SCHAFFNEIt & MARX colobrated all-wool- garments.
Now la n good tlmo to select Christmas gifts, as tho
best ones won't last long at theso low prices. All re
duced 40 per cont, which moans that $15.00 to $20.00
values aro now
absolutely waterproof; will shod tho rain Just llko
an umbrella; all sizes from 6 to 14 years. Now
Kvory boy's knao pants suit In tho storo from ages 4
to 10 years has boon reduced 20 per cont In prlco.
Suits make nlco presents, for boys, so liavo Santa got
busy horo boforo it's too late,
$1 Holiday Suspenders - 50c
$2 Holiday Suspenders - - $1
From now till Friday
at a liberal discount.
This is without doubt
the highest grade
medium priced line
of rockers ever seen
in Salem. All have
genuine leainor up
h holsterod spring seat,
frames of selectod
quarter sawed oak,
finished in golden
color (dull or polish
ed). See them; they
are on display In tho
(Just Like Cut)
Contains four places arm chair, straight chair, table, and
settee, This is a very sensible Christmas gift for any child,
being made of hickory renders it very strong an ddurablo, and
will last for many Crhistmases to pome, Just twenty sets
loft, and priced at only '
$1 .25 the set
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The ideal Christmas gift
for mother, wife, sister,
relative or friend. No
other gift at the same
cost will contribute so
much pleasure and com
fort, as a Bissell Cyco
Bearing Carpet Sweeper.
Made of selected woods
and all metal parts nickle
plated, Will last for ten
years or more, Buy a
Bissell $3.00 to $5.00.
MORGAN'S FRUIT STAND
367 State Street
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The Finest Imported and Oregon
Fruits of the Season
Malaga Grapes from Imported Smyrna Figs
Spain. Arizona Grape Fruit
Pineapples from Florida, Extra Fancy Oranges
Arabian Pomegranates . Finest Oregon Apples
Persian Dates Pears, Cocoanuts, Etc,
Best Mixed Nuts in the city, per pound 20 cents
Extra Fancy London Layer Raisins, 2 pounds 25 cents
Best English Walnuts in the city, per pound. 20 cents
E'xtra Fancy Mixed Candy, per pound 15 Gents
Give us an order for a basket of most deliciously as
An Ideal Xmas
223 S. COMMERCIAL Sf
Our cards and cases to match
are something new that you
will like. Others do. Cases
are genuine seal. Cards are
held firmly until removed. (
Toys For the Gir!s
5c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 to
$5. China dishes in sets: 5c, 10c,
15c, 25c, 50c, 75c up to ?3.00.
Doll fans 5c, doll hdkfs, 25c box.
Doll sweaters, 30c, 50c; doll parasols
25c; collapsible doll go-carts, $1.50.
$2.25, $3.00, $4.75, $5.75.
Doll Buggies and carts, 25c, 50c, 75i.
Golden Rule Bazaar
Mrs. B. T. Stewart. 271 Com. St
i L 1 $ L l l J vV
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Do Your Christmas Buying at Bureo & Hamilton's
The gift you choose will prove the sort to please and satisfy. Something at Buren & Hamilton's to please all to whom
you would give gift pieces fo: old and young: for father, mother, sister, brother, and the gift you choose will be the
practical lasting kind, the kind that proves a constant and lasting reminder to the recipient. Then why not make
your gifts furniture pieces? Numerous things will suggest themselves through a visit to this store, You'll find such
a visit an easy solution of tho perplexing question: "What shall I give?" Come today.
Hon. A. Gesner Is homo from sev
eral months spent in the Harney vai
ley, where ho says duck hunting Is
A. G. Magers returned this morn
Ing from a brief business visit In
Carloton J. Lang, of tho Arm of D
D. Lang Brothers, of Tacoma, is In
the city looking after business mat
ters and renewing old acquaintances
This is Mr. Lang's first visit to Salem
in 10 ytears, and he is both surprised
and pleased at its growth.
Miss Mina Maxwell returned to
her homo in Oregon City today, after
visiting Salem friends for a few
Miss Clara Dunning left this morn
ing for Portland to visit friends and
do somo shopping.
Roy D. Francis returned to his
homo in La Grande, Oru., last night.
after a two-weeks' visit in this city
T. J. Blake and wlfo, of Mon
mouth, woro business visitors in this
Andrew W. Miles loft yesterday
for Klamath Falls to visit his broth
er, Chark-s Miles, who Is 111 with
LaHonda Williamson, of Portland,
was a business visitor In tho city yes
terday. Samuel Sharp o and family has re
turned to tholr homo In Soattlo,
Wash., aftor a three-wooks' visit in
Salem and Iudopondonco with frlendd
Tommy Mathees, of Toledo, was a
business visitor In the city yester
day. Cliff Bogard, a prominent Port
land realty man, was in tho city yos.
terday. looking aftor business mat
tors and shaking hands with old
Nlles Budlong wqnt to Albany last
evening on tho local to transact
James R. Keono and daughtor,
Clara, of Champoog, were In tho olty
Mr. and Mrs. Robort Gregory and
daughtor, Bortha, of Stayton, woro In
tho city today doing some shopping.
Thoy returned this aftornoon.
Attorney II. J. Ramp, of Portland.,
was looking aftor business mutters
At tho state house today.
Miss Isabella Ackorman, daughter
of State Superintendent and Mr.
Ackorman, who Is attending the Ag
rlcultural College, in Corvallls. Is ex.
pected to arrlvo in tho olty tomorrow,
and will spwid tho holiday vacation
with her parents.
State Printer W. 8. Dunlway went
to Portland on business today.
SCHOOL BOARD HANDS
The following is a copy of a reso
lution passed by thte board of direc
tors of school district No. 24:
"Recognizing and highly apprecit
ing the kindness and public-spirit of
tho H. N. Stoudomeyer orchestra, in
furnishing free musical 'entertain
ment to tho public on the occasion
of the opening -of the new Garfield
SChOOl bullditlfr tn tlio lnanutl.n
o w uuiJilJUU VJJ.
the patrons and taxpayers of school
uisuhul iio. a, on tho evening of
Friday, November 19.
Be it resolved. Hv tia tinner! rP rll
rectors, in regulnr meeting assem
bled, that a vote of thanks be ex
tended to the manager of tho above
named orchlestrn! thnf
tlon bo entered upon tho minutes of
una meeting ana the clerk bo request
ed to mail a nnnv nf Hi onmn. . Tr
rx. Stoudaniewr. nmi tn ,.
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ll?OS. K. FORI)
Over Lndd & Hush Bank, Salem, Or.
- Norwich Union
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent
Olty Hall, Salem, Or.
IjUTELLUS l. woods
Tuning poll8nlng, repairing, lol. 608
?OR SALE Several houses tn Sa
lem, and farm lands at a bargain.
Capital National Bank. 6-1-eod
WANTED Stock hogs, chickens
and ducks. Apply at Hop' Lea
laundry Saloin; next to Journal
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Slnglo
and double. Choap, 461 North
High street. 12-21-3U
FOR SALE Or exchange for fold
ing bed, sanitary couch. Next
door 1S98 Currant avo. 12-2 l-3t
FOR GARDEN MANURE And lawn
manure and rich dirt John Van
laanen, S27 Broadway. 12-21-3t
ANTED Experienced waitress and
chambermaid. Apply at once at
Salem Hotel. 12-21-td