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DAH.Y CAiVAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREOOM, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1904.
I kmKH THAT full ITHlf " To The Limbo of Tilings UnneedecJ AWay with the little rubber ''filler" that used to sro with all Fountala Pens, Let It be constated to the limbo of things unieedod, The Cdnklln Pan requires no such appliance: and In this vory fact lies itssupreme value to the busy man. Fill Intr a fountain pen In the old way was a tedious, vexatious inky process, Filling CCf r.CIl llwrDCM vuMiiiutumwe wuaKiin way 13 as tr riLLinumt sItnB,e a9 a bc Tne pointof the ten is tdipped In an Inkwell, a sprlnsr is pressed, and the Ink reservoir is filled In a trice Not a minute Is lost I n taking the pen apart or hunting around 10 r tne iiuer. Better lvc away vour old oen and huv Cnnuiin. All those customers who have been waiting for the $300 pen can llbe supplied now as we have just received a new lot. Our sales were so largo during the holidays that we sold out this size entirely. l mdne ;. Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem, Ore. HI-3-H mi-w i IH-H-H-H- LOCal Orvi1 tTlvrttM OUUdlflCcllilll Events , In the HIHH-H I I I I I I I I ilt-W- PERSONALS. , P. Van Patton went to Portland this lornlng. W. D. Claggctt Is a visitor In Port- ind today. II. C. Portor, of ,AumsvIHo, is In the City today on business. :G. J. Bontloy loft this morning for Els homo in Baiter City. Louis Aral, of Gorvals, is In tho Sty today on buslnoss. Mrs. ID. Martin, of Turner, Is In Sa- em today, visiting friends. Mrs. M. W. Moyors was a passenger tor Portland this morning-. W. D. Pugh wont to Portland -this morning on professional businoss. ' MIbb Dessio Frlsby has returned Rrom a visit with friends In Albany. Col. L. K. Palto wont to Portland lis morning to attend tho National livestock Convention. lEx-Govornor Geer enmo up from Portland this morning, aftor attending tho livostock convention for a shert: Imo. IMrs. P. S. Thompson and Mrs. 3hns. Dort loft this morning for Crab- treo, whero thoy will visit rolatlvos for a fow days. G. W. Johnson left this morning for Ubany for a short visit with relatlvos. W. S. Taylor, of Gervals carao up ils morning for a brlof visit. Mrs. P. A. Powoll and chlldron loft his morning for Corvallls," where to morrow sho will attond a family ro- union, hold In honor of her grand- lother, who colobratos hor 82d birth- day. Goo. C. Will rotrned from Mill City Ithls morning, aftor spending sovoral tdnys In that place. Ho roports groat jjuneaslnoos among tho rosldentsl of that soctlon owing to tho threatened shutting down of tho sawmills, ex pected as a result of tho car shqrtngo, 1 and tho lncroaso In lumber ratos. tho acting commissioner of tho gorior al land ofllco, J. H. Flmple, to tho sec rotary of tho Interior, In tho caso of swamp land list No. 82, involving tltlo to 93 378 acres of land' within tho Klamath Indian reservation. EDISON'S LITTLE THEATRE Swamp Land Brief Filed, Attornoy Gonoral Crawford this . morning forwarded to tho Interior do partmont his brief In tho appeal from Edison's llttlo thontro has already becomo popular, and last night nearly overy seat was filled at both per formances. It Is as neat and cosy a llttlo houso as one would wish to see, and tho slopo of tho floor Is such that overy seat permits a good vlow of tho stage. Tho "bill of faro" this week Is a vory attractlvo one. Miss Madgb Lovoll'a ballad singing Is exception ally good, and. tho hearty encoro showed that tho audlonco appreciated hervoIco. Joo Coburn, dono up In black, Is a banjo plckor of tho first class, and his laughing song was echoed by tho whole houso. His trained doves, com ing at his call, and lighting all ovor him, makos n vory protty and catchy llttlo plcturo. Tho lllustratod songs wore woll ron dorod by Jay . Farrlngton, a Salem boy, and tho pictures themsolvos wore tho host ovor thrown on canvas hore The trained dogs wore mnrvola of Intolligonce, tholr porformancos win ning hoarty applauso, and tho work dono by Ray and Chaso was lmmenso. Edlson'B fills a long-fqlt wnnt In Sa eom, furnishing amusomont overy ov oalng and aftornoon, and tho offorlngs aro cloan and lnnocont You will surely bo pleased Jf you go and sco It. , mWMmm TJ U I 11 M, ''L'i liiT i f T"! ''tTf , i fiy I M mm 1 I W Hi T 1 Vm 1; Out Annual d; JMmjEd Begins This Morning, .the Main Feature Being a Wholesale Re duction con Hundreds of IB Bk Jlf B Jw I Not a handful of Bbop worn, out-of-dato suits, but the swollest patterns tho sea son affords are offered at prices that will take thorn off our counters and on to your backs. Wo now effer: Fo $6, Suits that wete $10 and. $ I For 8 00 Suits that were 11 and 12 For $9 Suits that were 13 and 14 Fo $iOSuit$tha,twete$l5&nd $16.50 For 12.50 Suits that were 18 and 20 I For 15.00 Suits that were 20 For 16.50 Suits that were 22.50 For 18.00 Suits that were 25 Come Early While the Assortment is Largest. o!6in Woolen ill Store Q. HE. 3S3CS3E3C03E5 Proprietor. No Suspenders with Suits at Sale Prices PEOPLE DO NOT WANT IT Registration Law Is a Dull and Humorless j - Schilling's Best are tlie best two words in the grocery busi ness; moneyback third. MIllllllllllllllllllllllllMl GEO. E. WATERS Wholesale Tobacconist and Cigar Dealer Largest Stock in Willamette Valley , 252 COMMERCIAL 8TREET SALEM, OREGON. MlllPllllfll Farce Honest Voters Are Cut Out and Speulative Ones Have Their Goods Enhanced in Value der, performing tho work. Tho ofllccrs Inducted Into tholr sovoral positions nrc: S. Holmroth, chief patriarch; Win. Waldo, high priest; J. W. Young, senior warden; John Molr, scribe; J. O. Wright, treasurer; W. II. Pettlt, Junior warden; P. P. Toevs, guldo; C. M. Parrnenter, first watch; A. Vass. second watch; II. O. Whlto, third watch; W. M. Slegmund, fourth watch; J. Stapleton, first guard of tent; J. A. Poland, second guard of tont; IUchard Carlson, outsldo sontl nel; J. W. Frost, lnsldo Sontlnol. Bf OUR CHAMPION jQlfe' Not a cheap trust-made article, but the best 5 cent cigar on sale. AUG. HUCKIN8TEIN, Manufacturer, Salem. New iot i 904 Dcsig ns a$u Iu jewelry oud watcbea aro now eh own at Poineroy 's. If you want tbo latest and best there is, you will examine this stock. You can make your selection at a price to suiu and will be sure of getting the best value for the money. . Prices cut in two. C. T. POMEROY Jeweler wd Optlelaa, 391 Com. St. "Do you want to vote?' If you want to voto register. Hugo bannora bearing tho foregoing Inscription havo boon posted by County Clork Frank S. Fields at tho two ontrancos to tho court houso on Fourth and Fifth street, respectively. Tho county clork is doing all In his powor to lnduco tho votors of this county to register now, and thus avoid tho rush that Is certain to follow as tho dato for closing tho registration books draws near. Many votors do not appoar to real Izo that It is necossary to register ov ery two yoars; but this is required un dor tho , registration of this state, which makos specific provision for bl onnlal registration. Moreover, many do not soom to know that this is tho last chanco to roglstor for tho Prosl- dontlal olectlon In November; but such is tho case. Whon tho books aro closed boforo tho Juno election, those who have not taken advantago of tho chanco to register within tho tlmo aV lowed will havo to swear tholr votes in. If thoy deslro to voto for the noxl President of tho United Statos. Last woek's registration rato ffill considerably bolow that of the corre sponding dates of tho registration in 1902. County Clork Flolds Was exam Inted tho records, and finds that there wore 147 registrations on the flrat day tho booka wero opened In 1902, and only 100 thia year. Tito second day It was 176 to 111; tho third day 204 against 137; fourth day 206 to 1C7; tho fifth day 222 against 91, and the sixth day the rate was 168 to 80 for this year. Thus, it will be soon that there has been a lighter registration u til j uuy vi uiiu year us V"'U1""LU with that of 1902. -The total last year at tho closo of tho first week was 1127, and this year It was only CSC. Gates Gone for Good. John II. Gates, who onco camo to Albany with $1300 of legislative boodlo, and who was afterward sent to the' ponltontiary from Lane coun ty, died In an oplloptlc tit In n concert hall In Portland, after a debauch. Gates was onco of onough importance to bo a rnohibor of tho city council ol Woodburn, and thon secured a small position In the leglslaturo of January, 1901, In which ho had an opportunity to bo mndo a go-between In tho secur ing of ' senatorial votos. Ills caroor was checkered onough. Albany Democrat. GROWING WORK IN HEALING Osteopathy Extending its Usefulness in Salem Popular Albany Girl Weds. Miss Clara Stornborg, tho daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Stornborg, of Albany, was united In marrlago last ovenlng to Mr. Albert Solomon, of Now Britain, Conn. Rov. Dr. Lovlno of Portland, performed tho coromony, which was witnessed 'by a largo num ber of relatives and friends of tho family. Miss Sternburg Is a popular young lady of Albany, and Is woll known In this city. Tho groom Is a prosperous young buslnoss man of Now York City. Thoy will make tholr future homo In that city. New Operator Joins Drs. schoettle Barr & Barr MfrW-Wie(M4ifrW-Ht i!Ty It Ii I itfrf-fHa-f i-Mfi- t I If you want a better ! ! cisp of coffee than ! ! you ever dranlc buy ! ! a pound of Tho sclonco of osteopathy, which has made rapid progress in Salem the past fow yoars, Is again taking a for ward strldo, which will add pot a llt tlo crodlt to. Its dovotoos. Dr. W. H. Thomas, a noted osteopath of Colora do Springs, has arrived In tho city, and will bo associated In tho futuro with Drs. Schoottlo, Barr & Barr In tho practlco of this now and wonder ful healing art, Dr. Thomas Is a grad- A. L. McFadden In Trouble. A. L. McFaddon, who practlcod law In Albany for several months about four years ago, Is in aerlous trouble Ho Is said to havo forged a check while in tho employ of J. B. Tlllotson, also a former Albany cltlzon. Ho was arroetod at Toledo yestorday, and Do tectlvo Frank Snow, of Portland, is in tho city awaiting tho arrival ol Sheriff Itoss, of Lincoln county, with tho prlsonor, whom ho will take to Portland. Albany Herald. MHHHAWr DR. A. T. STILL. Founder of Osteopathy. I Chase & San- i boon's Famous Boston Coffee X For Safe by 1 Fuller & Douglas Grocers i 42 State St. Phono 2261 illHgfiahMi-aMt tlonts, oxplaln tholr methods, and glvo treatments If doslred. For Good Roads. County Judgo,John H. Scott loft this morning for Washington, D. C, whoro he will act as a delegate from tho National Good Roads Convention, with others appolntod from tho sovoral statos, to urgo tho passago of tho Brownlow good roads bill. Judge Scott Is tho only roprosonttitl'vo from Orogon to moot with tho committee Ho expects to bo absent sovoral weoks. gnuniufnif?iiMinnniffiHniruifnnnnt Encampment Officers. Last night, in tho Odd Fellows' hall, tho offlcors of Willamette Encamp ment No. 2, I. O. O. F., wore installed for the yar 1904, Amoa Vase, the dis trict deputy grand patriarch, assisted by Deputy Grand Master J. A. Mills and several other members of the or- What Corvallls Girls Are Doing. Some of tho Corvallls col lego girls gavo a leap year party last week. In true leap year stylo, the young ladles requested tho company of the gentle men took them to and from the par ty, walked on the side next tho stroet, carriod the umbrella, etc., and wore subjeot to a flno if they did not oboy Instructions. We I Buy and Sell Mortgages Notlco Is Hereby Given To the public that we havo a now undertaker's wagon, and aro prepared to furnish black and, white hearaoa on short notice, and all other goods In our line, and prioes as low as any oth er place la the state. A. M. Clough, A. J. Basey. uato of tho American School of Osteo pathy, and it Is coming to bo con codod that thoso graduates of a gonu Ine school aro meeting with wondor ful success In the healing of patients. Dr. Still, tho founder of this school, Is recognized as onoof tho great men of America,' and his boneflolent Influ ence is being felt tho wholo world ovor. Slnco establishing tholr practlco In Salem, Drs. Schoottlo, Barr & Barr havo mado groat strides In their work. Tholr practlco is becoming so largo that assistance has becomo nec essary, and, in securing Dr. Thomas thoy feel that thoy now havo tho best oqulpped. ofilco forces In tho West They havo, both lady and gontlemon operators, and aro prepared- to treat all classes of patients and dlseasos Osteopathy seems to bo gaining In fa vor with the educated and Intelligent classos. It has not beon understood In the .past, but, as Its great merits are being demonstrated, more people are demanding this class of treatments. Drs, Schoettle, Barr & Barr have flno rooms In the Odd Fellows' templo. E whore they will bo glad to moet pa- SIIMUlUlHMUUllUMIIUUUUllMlJa Money To Loan i Salem Abstract and Land Co. ! IF.W. WATERS, Mgf. i 1