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ajflskv. TW ' Samamjmsx jAsartiMwi tM mmMfli.iiix -. , mm. 1nfai ii m ninmiin.i..w.ii . Op?DiDg ! OpeniDg !, Jfm.tV:imrlrrv "i"l m TftjWjfr -- !" " ' ' 'lMHAjawm . Lf? . - i m ' - - 'nil i ' Ji.Wj..mki.' i.i" " ' ' OREQOK DAIRYMEN MEET. To Begin Tiiesday,SepL24 AND CONTINUE TEN DAYS. Officers Elected For the Ensuing 1 ear. The fourth annual meeting of the Oregon Dairymen's aasociatlnu w. held at tho state fair ground Wednes day afternoon. TbOd. Patll-w.il trod n reiort iclvilig a OREfJON BTATE PAIR. QAtlniid fnju. Aril paje.t hind. None of the member of tbt Iwitd own tii to having seemed him. lie cannot perform at nil niul wftms lo lake the clieera and history of t be ptts.'ge of t'ie dairy legls-! blm- of the crowd as laudatory to him lalion asked for by the dnlry ascociat- aud his efforts. The inaoacemeut j iou at the last siou of ibe legislature should bo mora careful next year Id aud tbe unexpected vi to thereof by the billing bl'u aa an attraction. governor. Officers were elected for the fi Fine Display of Eastern Pattern flats and Bonnets. All the novelties of tho season will bo continuously a? riv ing and you cannot afford to miss seeing th ?m. Everything pertaining to fine and artistic millinery. Mjrs. D. L. Fibster prop. "Th? Paris" MiIIin?ry Store BOH S! All tho new school books are now in and ready for ex change. A full line of pen cils, tablets, slates, etc. F. S. DEARBORN. Bookseller. Served io Order. JmQ i ' WU 71 r If at any time we Daren't In oar Urge stock of Buoks and Mairaxlnes the canicular works that )-ou desire, we can get It for yoa in the j snortest time at no aaaiuooai cipcnse. vur main attention U giren to exchanging H 'd school books. We hare now a J I. coo worth of new school books to select from. Our books will be sold at wholesale prices. See tlat you send yoar children to Patton "Bros. Tho Btatloner. :Always FIRST S Gail Borden Eagle Brand I 2 CONDENSED HIUC For Jl yttrt th Win tnai. It Is th Satt and th mat rcooomlfil. A PERFECT FOOD FOR INPANTS Z e FEESONALS. Police Commissioner A. B. Crow man aud wife of PortUnd, are at Hotel Willamette and will rtmaln a few days. JJr. E. B. Phllbrook baa been appointed visiting physician at tbe state penitentiary to fill the unexpired term of Dr. Henderson, who waa com mitted to tbe state Insane nsylom sev eral weeks ago. C. H. Koontz, of Halsey, and E. I. P wer of Albany, are in tbe dty visit ing relatives and also taking In tbe state fair. The latter gentleman is brother to Ed Power, assistant at the 0. RAN. Co.'a office In this city. OOUET HOUSE NEWS. Business Transacted at the County Capital Today. An amended complaint waa filed yesterday In department No. 2 Marion circuit court, In the case of McMabao et. al. vs. Strong eL al., in which tbe request for damages for alleged unlaw ful sale of tbe property of the Inde pendent Publishing company, wan raised from $1100 to $2100. Bult waa commenced yesterday in the circuit court by E. M. LaFore against J. W. Beckett to recover $378 74 and internal from tbe first day of De cember, 1691, and $375 cash. Also $50 attorney's fee. Geo. O. Bingham Is tbe attorney for the plaintiff. 6etb R. Hammer, aa executor of the estates of A. D. Bladen, Henry C Sterl ing, Geo, W. TiOany and Elener Shrum. deceased, today filed his semi annual account with tbe county clerk. ensJlug year as follews: President. TIioa. 1ii!mii of Garden Home; flr?t vice pro-Men t, Charles Miller of Jelleraoti; second vice prwl- SOMETHINO FINE. One of the most clenant displays we have ever seen al any fair is that of Stock Itrua., the;dry goods men. Tbcy have a space In tbe center of the pavll " ion; which by tbe tastefulnesa of Its ar dent, Prof. F.L.K-ot of CorvallU; !raigMuenlIind tbfl e,egfince of ,h(. cretary H. M. Wiliianion of Portland; material coiupoeiug tbe exhlblt.attracts treasurer Gso. Weeks of HH. , BlUMltlin of ever one who v,9, The following were 'Pointed as a lbe8Ute fd,r Theouta,,,e bo commltte on legislatien: G.W. Weeks. I Mm an fM Bfe M arlIbMoiy Th.H.Pauln.L. HH.bard. J. L. I, , f , c,(lh Tbe iKluu.r.ii.iu.. u0 """ eeu, ptce u n beautiful pyramid of was airwiea to report at a special meet. ,., Jlu . ,.,,... ,, n t,,nve lag ij do neiu Dt iiiuiu jro uu tae ursi Saturday of April, 1S06. jilrtrf xtds surtuouoted by a jstjind oontaiuing all tbe best gloves to i 1.4. fiUllill III flic tnnrkl PrAIll till President Paulson ubUW. Kent j teo,cr ti ljc Mvs aU(, tuu Huw were directed M arr..g, if ),H-lble, furl f m-11,l-ll ,,... r..h..r.f n ti,,.!,. uila .. .... .,,... ,. in iuc iuuiu euu ui iiic uiaiaj is a a dairy Institute of two dy to iuci tbe day of said speviat mating at Hill eboro. Dairy Cuimissloner Luce reported that there I nut a single federal license for the sa'e of oleointrgarioe Oregon. ASOBPIUSK Paitv. List Tueaday evealnsr, Joe Martin, assistant engineer for tbe Balem water company, was happily apprited of h 'S!tU birthday. A number of Mr. Martin's frlendd ptanned to give him a surprise ou tbe 27th aunlversary of bis birth which proved successful in every way. Early In the evening the invited friends as sembled In a body at Mr. Marti u'ri residence on Mill street aud to say that tbe surprise was complete would be ex- pressing It mildly, unu auu games were Indulged In until a late buir when a lunch was served after which the guests departed fur their homes wishing Mr. Martin many such anni veraariea. Those who were present were: Mrs. Tucker, of Gervals; Mrs. Wilson and son, Bert, of Jeilersoi;; Ada Trullinger, of Wilbolt Springs; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown; Fred West and family; Wm, West and family; Mrs. J. B. Minto, Mra.Iimbeli, Grand ma West, Bell West, Mies Newton, Freddie Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Bennett and Dora Potter. A DEuaitTFCii Comedy. Tbe com edy entitled Uncle Joshua Whitcomb given in Reed's opera bouse last night by the popular Paytons, proved to be an excellent drawing card every seat in the gallery and a large number In tbe main auditorium being taken, Banter Payton, as Uncle Josh, was certainly a show himself aud supported as be Is by such an unusually strong company of players, tbe event was highly en joyed by the large audience. Lucy Paytou, as Tot, an angel in rags, was good aa waa also tbe other parts. To night "A Noble Outcast" will be given by this company and it Is safe to say they will be greeted with a crowded bouse again tonight. Reserved seats at Patton Bros. masterpiece of ingeniuty, a suspension bridge b'jllt entirely of spools of cot ton and crochet thread. Looking around the space you will find tbe "K iltllliog" cornets, the ilnest in tbe ia:.ii, on models. These corsets are very costly aud were secured by Stock BriH. especially for tbe fair. They nlro have iu their display fur wraps, jtc&rts, umbrellas, etc., all of which go t form the completeness of the whole making it tbe fluest drylgoods display of the year. These enterprising youug men, will (in order to advertise their butties freely) give away absolutely free of charge a f&Osilk dress on Friday evening. Fur further particulars see them tonight at the fair. TRACK EVIUfTS YESTEKDAY. Tho weatber was good yesterday de spite all sbreatunlng. A cold wind, however, was blowing making it hard to get the horses properly warmed up. A great number of people occupied the grand staud seeming to et Joy the spir ited coutcsU between tbe horses. Ibe free for all trot S in 5 heats, (600 purse, was the first number on the program. Van DffLasbmutt's Carl Came won easily In three straight heats, Wallulu pushing blm bard twice. Carne sold favorite in tbe pools. $10 against $ and $i for the field. Mutuals paid -14 cents selling at $'2. Nummary as follew: V. DeLashmntt'a Carl Came, gr. g. (Child) 1 1 meet. Wlnewlt finished easily In 1.-02J. ' i . ,-..1- i. ne is n goon man worn ur hjhu m v . Mllo Ofu-CjM A.-Entries: O 8. Wright, Zulocltlgg. Watt bhipp, Will Ogle Hnd Arthur Townsend. ToWnsond set a good pace to the J and J H........ I.... tlftf.lf cvnn IM-rcrri IUCU llll'V-1l Ulll. 1! lt. 1T.-M, ..& second, Orfle third and Shlpp fourth. Townseud baa done remarkably well this fll considering that he has bad no cycle races. The last race was a mile open cists A for Woodmen only. Entries: Mc Monies, Pierce of North Yamhill and Perry Card of 8a!etn. Perry's frlendu gave him a hearty cheer as he came out ou the track for the first race since Lis unfurtuuate accident. Perry has lrt none of bis old time vigor. Ho finished a winner by a big lead In 2:H5. B1VER NEWS. The Grey Eagle left at 7 o'ciocR thin morning for Mission Landlug where she will meet the Altoua from Port land, traufeer freight, and return to Salem, arriving bore about 7:30 o'clock this evening. Tbe Willamette has agaiu rcsumtd its uarmal condition, being as low at present as at any time this summer. The guage at the O It. & N. Co. this morning registered .9 of a foot abot e low water mark. Tbe O. R. & Co. has leased the Eu gene for the present to run between Portland aud Salem connecting at the capital city with the Gipsy from Al bany. The Eugene left Portland at 6 a. in. this morning and is expected to reach Salem late this evening. She wilt return t Portland Friday. Tbe Glp.y left Silem for Albany Wednesday noon. .l-yt nr.iiiii -- "Jf rjV,y ' 't . ii , i -in - i I - - mii m.i.mui.. r ;..iu, . 11 -. - TODAY -:::- TODAY S PCIA-L SALR Capes - and - Jackets Everything in Our Large Stock at Red need Prices. S. M.& E. H. STOCK 115 STATE STREET. Contracts Let. E. "SI. Walte T. H. Bruce and Ii. A. Johnson, Jr., the executive commltte of the board of directors of school district No, 24, met In the nuke of tbe latter last night and awarded contracts as follews: Patton Br. CrayoUK, pencils and paper,$152 S7. A. A. Miller PrlntiDg, $351)0. In Jamaica. FUuehurg l'l.ii iJo.ilm "lb- maoy friends of Itev. Wiy. Ijud, furmety ptstor of the Episcopal ihuich of tliU city, will be pleased to huru tlththe U very much plea-ed with his new Ice. tlou In Kingston, JamuicH. Mr. I.um speaks very highly in pole, of tbi little Isle of the v, iw esieclHlly lb. healthfulne!i of n.e c male. Peop:. nevtr die tin-re ort : oue w Infer so fn'nu Ills reus r .hat he 'neit -saw so many old people anywhere.' TL temperature U fioiu 01 ti 70 l.-i tL winter and from 70 to WJ in the sun. mer." Mr. Luud is well ku wii i. rialcm having been rect r of th Epis copal churoh here. Z Altoua aud Gray Eagle for Port- Z J luiid. 1hvh Salem dully except Z Z Sundays, al 7 a. m. Quick time, Z regular tervlce and cheap rates. " Aiienl, M. P. Baldwin, at Salem :IOfk. Great Salb. At the Ladles' &T today. Ba-s2t. IVce'wIn Mnthf 209 Com'l atreet. Special Sale 10 Per Cent Oft'. The Ladies' Bazaa Will hnve a special sale TOMOHKOW AND SATU1IDAV SS.P'TJ'? b0,h wooi an1 ootton.'ubfa i will give 10 per cent dlsoount on au hVi P rcfain Mathh-209 Com'l street. HATUHOAY KVENIMO wo have a special te on toilet arttetctJlnt'i D.W. Fkaser&Co. for J. H. Cuslck left this morning Seattle. D. E. Swank, tbe Aumsville miller, was In the city, today. Ed, Judd, of Aumsville, was a visitor at the state fair today. Jaa. Vleranl went to PortUnd this morning on a short visit to friends. J. T. Compton, of Portland, was today commissioned a notary public. McKlnley Mitchell, of Gervals, was among the state fair visitors today. U. 8. Senator McBrlde la at Hotel Wlllamete to remain until Saturday. Secretary of State H. R. Klncaid vent to Eugene this morning on bul aces. He will return Friday. Congressman Binger Hermann la In the city meeting old friends by the hundred during tbe btate fair. Harry Adams, travelling freight agent for tho O. A. N. Co., was In the city today In the Interest of his company. The Palace Is bound to lead on styl ish shoes. Fcnerai. Today. The funeral of J. A. Mustek, who died at tbe Cook hotel Tuesday, was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from tbe residence of Mrs. J. II. Roork on High street, con ducted by Rev. A. L. Hutchison. The remains were Interred in the Odd Fel lows cemetery. An Albany Dance. The Elite orchestra, consisting of Miss Gertrude Deuton, W. E. McEIroy, Carl Dsutnn and Chas. Laurenson went up to Al bany on tbe local this morning where they will furnish music tonight for a dance to be given under the auspices of the Albany Social Club. Victorious Aoain. After bringing honors to Oregon from tbe gret worlds fair at Chicago, it la but natural that tbe Stay ton Hour should carry off tbe laurels at the state fair. The first premium bread made by Mrs. D. W. Matthews and second premium bread and first premium biscuits made by Miss Louisa Peterson, were made from this famous Hour. It Is without doubt the best flour on the coast. Branson k Co. sold nearly a thousand sacks of It last month. Dt. Resve' Wail aU, b.m.( Wood) J 5 J McKnlfht's rloraO.br. as. itfawyer). 3 3 3 Time i, 22,fc2if. Everyone having score cards looked at them for the J dash and aeelng'-Sam Lucas" an entry, knew that be would win. He sold at $25 against $4 In the pools. After considerable delay caused by A. P. A. and Henrietta, they got away. Sam Lucas won in 1:301, Hen rietta a neck behind, A. P. A. a bad third and Quirt barely visible with the naked eye. Mutual paid 45 cents. Randall's tain Lorai, 127 lot. (Williams) 1 MaUocx'a lieu Itlta 109 ltw(Bclejr j Putter's A H, A . HI lbs. (THoum) 8 Dlxoa's Qalrt, Its Ibi. Q. Williams) , TlraebaJH. IMrtojJCU Almax, tbe black gelding, won an other race yesterday in three out of four beats. Toe first beat he took in L'uw. .-settle Horn took tbe next ope In25. The last two Almax won in 2:26. Hugo was a good third every time. Mutuals paid 10 cents. J. W. Knlfong's b). r. Almax (Stone) 13 11 DeUtubmutl's b. t. Nettle Horn (ChUds) S 1 2 a VcKulAbl's b'. c.IIoco Sawyer). 3 3 3 3 Justlco Court. Nelsou Pierce nud Amos Rots win arraigned befrre Justice Johnson lest evening charged wlih disorderly cou duct. In detau't of $10 tine they wcie tyrned over to Sherltl" Knight with whom they will live tbe next five dayc. 'l be case or btate of Oregon vs. Dr. E. G. Brown for practiug medicine without a license, to haye been tried al 1:30 tnls afternoon baa been post poo ad until 1 o'clock Friday afternoon to en able both the defense and tho prosecu tlon to secure witnesses. The proscu tion will summon witnesses rrotu Portland. In the miantlme Brown i out on bonde. iiflaPle Syrup, Again "We have received another barrel af centime ATanle Svruo. Bring your can and git it fi'led for $1 per gallon. Cream honey drips cannot be beat in quality or price. A 76c syrup for50c. Defcaicate.l salmon is something new. It is delicious. It iu cheap at 10c per pound. Remember, 20 cans of oysters for $1 is what we are giving our enstomers. HARRITT & LAWRENCE P. O. GROCERY The Price ov Wheat Varies con tlderable but you will flud tbe price of groceries at McCall Bros, the very lowest and selling on sight. Our dis play can be seen every morning at our store on Court street. B MS SI LE The Governor of Texas. Will sign the bill recently passed by tbe leg islature of that statft, making prizs fighting a felony, and It begins to look aa If Corbett and Fitzslmmons will have to go elsewhere to hold their com bat, but In the meantime C. P. Towle, of the New York Kitchen, is knocking all of his competitors out In serving a 15 cent meal. Call at his lunch coun ter on State street and get your dinner. m Ot'R Register. We have none. We do not alt our patrons to register. If we did we would be compelled to purcbase a new register nearly every day our patrons are so uutntrwia. But what we are Interested In is tbe comfort and faultless treatment of our patrons. Remember we serve tbe best 15 cent meal on earth. Kenworthy &. BarnetU AU this week we luifce special price on oar dm roods. W mt all cat prion rrotu any ourr, on any Has of good. Besides ws U all One dross good at dose prices tor cash. CAPES, JACKETS AND MACKINTOSHES tbsbrtt values andlatetl itylt. SosaylbeUdlea. -CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS.- Two hundred new tall for men, bays and children rJn lias not cakes. ARE THE PEOPLE Beautiful Walks. The walks about tbe state bouse grounds are being substantially dressed with a coating of decomposed granite from Southern Oregon. It is being put on by Supt. Fones, aud crushed down with a heavy roller. ben fully set tled this will make maguificent walks and greatly enhance tbe beauty of the spacious grounds. Time aas, tsi, aa, tsa. Mr. Sawyer, tbe driver of Hugo, Is fast getting the name of Mark .Twain tbe 2d. After the second beat of this race he drove up before the judge's stand and asked the Judge to make the other fellows hold in tbelr horses a little as be could tiot keep up. Starter Loonty laughingly promised blm a "fair shake" next time. Class B meu again proved to those who have seen all their races that tbey cannot (or will not) put up a good race. Claa B races have proven a fizzle from start to finish. Tbe race this morning was a mile point race with Hewitt, WInesett and Lee, of PortUnd, and Bucker, of San Francisco. M. J. Lee won tbe race. Hewitt second, Bucker third and Wineeett fourth In something less than an hour and a half. It looked like a "fixed" race as Hewitt and WInesett bad both beaten Lee with ease vester- day. The mile novice race for Woodmen only was a very exciting race although the winner, McMonmes, won the race by about 100 yards. The entries in this race were McMonnles, of Portland, Walter Denton, T. C. Smith Jr. and Hal D. Patton. The finish was rery exciting. McMonnles nui&bed first. Then in a little while Walt Denton came In and finally when everyoie had most forgotten tbe race, Hal Pat- Police Court News. 0car Dick and Ed. Wliklns. two drunks, added to the city's resources this morning by paying a fine. Tbe latter also paid a $10 fine for carrying concealed weapons. Roy McKlnley and C. M. Martin, two drunks who happened to be not so fortunate as their companloua, went to Jail for five days each this morning in Oetault a $10 tlue. Take meals at Strong's. GOOD CLOTHING I Is an Important Factor in the Achievement of Thousands ok Visitors Who witnessed the manufacture of the La- Corona and other of A. Huckenstiin'a cigars at tbe state fair grounds, have lorsaicen the brand they have smoked for years and oan be Induced to smoke none other but the product of home industry. The Display Is excellent but the value of our laundry and toilet soap to every housekeeper in Salem cannot be over-estimated. When purchasing soaps see that you get only the Salem braud. Success in Life. Meal only 25 cents and the verv best at Strong's restaurant. Cost dry goods Palace. sale still on at tbe REOisTKR-With us the sooner the' loa ana 1Dmmy omw came in tlnUh betler. for vou will reeIv th. hm,flH ln8 n "d neck with Patton a little aueau. xime Sifii. Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's- Fair, Medal, Midwinter Fair. to da your t-adlnj wttb o tar lbs crowds throne' n oar store. Cmu and see. gwu at wm priook WE aTourtiadl We want oar tuule. Willis Bros. & Co. Tfea Cab Dry Goods, Clothing and Bhoe House, Comer Coat ai Liberty of bargains in groceries that leave our cozipeuiors away u.-nina. uransona Go's. ROYAL Baking Powder, Highest of all la leavening ftrtSiM,-f,?.Qrtrnmtatt.t?ert. I Ell WInesett waa next called out for an exhibition half mile paced by Hewitt and Lee. This was tbe be t work done by Class B men at tb!s Ur. Prkc'a Ciir Baking- PowOtc Hd4'a Pair H!Jwt Avr CREAM BAKING P0WMR JMost Perfect Made, This is a bit of philosophy that time and the experience of men have proved to be founded on fact. That being the case all who buy clothinc should seek a store where the best clothing is sold at prices which suil all classes. Such a etore is conducted by G. W. JOHNSON & SON, THE POPULAR CLOTHIERS. We have clothing that fits not only the body, but the purse. Ciothing elegant in texture and finish. Clothing that pleases the eye and keeps tho body warm. If you want anything usually found io a First-Cjass Clothing House I it will pay you to see U3. We can show goods thai will make your mouth water. ttwe a,.flsVttHtifa.. - . BMiA'