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awn i ii (! H i m iliitiwirfaiiii irtoiWhi Mini MunMiituwcwmi urn r m I'mf - i - T " A. L. FRASER Successors to Burroughs & Frasor. and Roofing Comico Work, Heating and Building TTrk of nU kinds; estimates' mads and work guaranteed. 307 Hint Street, Salem. Phono 15U. 4HfrHMiyi8ttlll(fr4BttfrajHmiaimaimga i i nnimi( m laiMlaliliBlMl s fl l II Hf VIVI WfvmMm t WffWfWWvVTWf1 foormtor .M.HMMMMNVtfffTrtv - IMMBftMMCalroMM89MSMCeMl Reg. No. 26531 RED SIBE OF JO SEAL, 2:11. Sired by Bed Ilo&rt 2:10, tho sire of Chain Shot 2:00',. Bod Sal 2H0, Etc, Dam ALTCE M. (trial) 2:25.... by Mark F1U (son of Goo. 'Wilkes), Dam of Ited Soal 2:10 Mr aire of Daisy Fields 2:03, Mam lawaed 2:18. brino Aold, 2:11, etc. Seoond dam DAY BELL .by Advene, siro t Malraska 2:25,etc Dam of Veritas 2:10, Vifltlex 2:30. Third dam daughter of TJppo Grfb, a thoroughbred. BED HEABT la by Bod Wilkes, eat ef Sweetfeoart, by Sultan; second dam Mlnncbnha, the daw of Bountiful Bells, ate. BED SEAL stands IS 1, compactly built, with great quality and a euro alro of groat speed, lie will make the season of 1009 at the OREGON STATE FAIR GROUNDS Terms $40 Season With tho usual return prlvlloge. ratos to xnarca sont from a distance. II!1HMIIIIIHMMHMNMMII Standard Liquor Co. Successors to J. P. ROGERS Wholesale 1 48-1 56 South Commercial St We make a specialty of catering to the. family tirade of Salem. Ty out Claret or Riesling foi oi4 a little of out Rye or Bourbon for that tired feeling, or some of our Imported Sherry or Port, some very old goods. We can also supply yotx with Mineral Water, Bottled Beer and the best grades of Wines or Whiskies in pints and qtiarts. STANDARD LIQUOR Co., A. G. THE PICK OF THE FOnEOT Has boon taken to supply Uw Block ot lumbor In our yards. Our stock U comploto with all. klnda of lumber. Just rocelvod a car load of No. 1 Bhlnglos, also a car of fine shak,i. Wo oro ablo to fill any and all kind of bills. Como and let ua show yon our stock. Yard and offlco aoar B. F, paw enter depot 'Phone Main 651. GOODALE LUMBER CO aimiaai'fc8ii8e SHOE STYLE, SHOE SATISFACTION, SHOE SAVING la wear, worry and cost all find good showing In our shoo salesrooms. Thero's a cortulnty about out footwoar that ap peals to peoplo who don't wont to wear a pair of shoos a month or two to prove 'cm. Our guarantor gooi a long way with folks who lmvo known ua many yonra. You'll share thoir satisfaction onco you're triad our ahooi and our merchandising inothod. .tiSSH JACOB VOGT TMEEE'S NO TOOL LIKE AIT OLD FOOL But tho young one that pays out his good monoy for dry, tough and inferior meats whon ho can got prime, juiey and tender steaks, shops and filets for the samo prlco right boro at all timos. Our moats nro cut from tho boat fed and fattist cattle, and la always satisfactory E. C. CROSS Stato, Stroot Market. Phone 201. SEAL Tri'l 2:06 Rcc 2:10 Good pasturago at reasonable SAM CASTO, Fair Grotmds, Or. and Retail Phortc Maw, 2181'. SALEM DATA' SUCCESS Nothing. Will Be Left Undone to Mako It a Hummer Tho city government and tho Busi ness Mon'a Lcaguo aro working in tho most cordial co-operation to mako 8a lorn day nt tho Lowls and Clark fair n notoworthy affair, i Tho Business Men's Lcaguo rricots hls Tuesday evening- at 8 o'clock to s)oo what can bo dono to glvo all em ployes a holiday and secure a gonornl Obscrvanco of Salem day at tho Port land exposition, , Tho Southern Pacific Company hav ing mndo a rato of $1.05 for the round trip nnd having offered a special train for that day, providing COO porsons ox prosa a willingness to go, It was con sidered so important n mattor that tho attondnnco oxeced that number that nn effort Is to bo mado, nnd tho corpora tion of tho city government nnd tho Business Men's Lcaguo is nskod to sccuro tho closing of nil stores and man dfacturing institutions on that day. Tho following resolution was offcrod by ir. D. Patton nnd adepted: "Resolved, That wo request all members of tho Salem Commorclnl Club to obscrvo Salem day at tho Lewis and Clark fair by nttondlng tho exercises at Portland in n body, and that wo further roqucst all business houses nnd factories at Salem to closo their places of business nnd givo their employes n holiday to attend. , "Bosolvod, That tho thanks of this dub aro duo to tho Southorn Pacific railroad for making a ono-fnro rato for tho round trip for that occasion." This resolution meeting with full ap proval, tho matter of securing signa tures to tho closing potition was left to tho Business Mon's Lcnguo. This or mnlzatlon will lmvo a special mooting hla Tuesday night, to bo called by 'J0idont Bodgors, who was prcsont Saturday night. On motion, citizens of tho suburbs ind residents of tho surrounding cojin ry woro cordially invitod to join in ho observance of Salem day. Tho mattor of a program for Salem lay is in tho hands of Mayor Waters', :'rosldont Dodgers, of tho Business tfon's Lcaguo, nnd Prosidont Hofor, f tho Commorclnl Club. Mr. Patton was appolntod a commit- co to soo nftcr a Salem button or ndgo for that day, which, It is tho loslro of tho club, shall bo worn by ivory ono from Salem nnd aurronnding country attending on that day. i It la hoped nt least a thousand will Jittond, and, If possible, tho wholo 5,000 of tho city's population. Tho lub will got out tickets and place hem on salo at least a wook bo f oro tho iniimnninnHUHW I New Lange Hotel;! Csrner Sixth and Washington ' threats, Portland, Or., (next to ! Imperial). Strictly fireproof and modern. Bates loweat for Arab- class sunrise. Gteajn heat and elevator, elegant safe and bar ) ) la eoaaecUoa, On direct Una to ) ) fair grounds. P. Lang, propria tor) Sat Baaman, manager, for ', '. steely U Omaha, Nab. HIIIHIHHIIIIHmil'1 Dealers a hot day cooler, Magers Mgr. CRISIS OGIRLHO0D A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL tiles Emma Colo Saya that Lydta H . Plnkham's Vegetable Compound baa Saved Iter Iifo and Made Her Well now many Uvea of benutiful young girls lmvo been sacrificed just as they wero ripening Into womanhood I How many frrcgularltlca or displacements have been developed at this Important period, resulting In years of suffering I Girla' modesty and overscnsltlvcnesa often puzzlo tholr mothers and bailie physicians, because they withhold their confidence at this critical poriod, A mother should come to her child's aid and remember that Lydla E. 1'lnlc hatn'a Vegetablo Compound will at this time prepare tho Bystcm for tho coming change and start tho menstrual period in a young girl's Ufa without pahi or Irregularities. Mlsa EmmaColcof Tullahoma, Tcnn., wrltca : DuurMrs. Plnkhami " I want to tell you that I am enjoying bet ter health than I hare for yean, and I owe ft all to Lydla B. Plnkham's Vegetablo Com pound. " When four-ton years of ago I suffered al most constant pain, and for two or throo years I had soreness and pain In my sld.. bMdachra and was dluy and nervous, and doctors all failed to holp trie. " Lydla R I'lnkham's Veeotable Compound waa recommended, and ntUir taking It mr health began to Improve rapidly, and I think It saved my life. I sincerely hope my experi ence lrlll ba a help to other girls who aro poss lnjf from girlhood to womanhood, for I ktiow your Compound will do as much for them." If you know of any young girl who Is sick and needs motherly advice nalc her to trite Mrt. Pinkhnm, Lynn, Mans., and she will rccclvo free advice which will puther on tho right rood to aatrong, healthy and happy womanhood. day, which tickets will bo oxchango nblo tho 13th or 14th for regular tick ets. Tho reason for this is obvious, as tho railroad company will want to know how many peoplo it will lmvo to occommodato on thnt day. Tho following delegates wcro named to attend tho Indopcndonco Develop ment Lcaguo conventien: F. W. Waters, V. N. Derby, E. W. Hazard, T. T. door, J. Q. draham, J. L. Stockton, D. T. Dames, Charles O'Brien, Gideon Stoltz, Clnronco Ham ilton, Hal Patton, F. W. Sponccr, Alex La Follotto, M. L. Jones, L. M. Gil bert, It. J. IIondrlckB, 1. II. Stinson, J. A. Carson, Frank Dnvoy, John II. lie- 11 III J, 11. 11. .1UIU1DUU, 1IBU uiuuaiuu, A. Huckostoln, Geo. F. Rodgors, M. Wiprut, Frod Wiggins, B. F. Meredith After tho club adjourned, its mom bcrs ropalrod to tho council chamber to prcsont to that body tho urgoncy of making Salem day a great success at tho fair. SUMMER SCHOOL. The first term begins on tho first Monday in May, and continues for eight weeks. A thorough roviow will bo given in all branches thr high the tenth grade. Address J, J, KRATf?. S0-t Bids Invited. Sealod bids will be received at tho office of the superintendent of tho Ore gon Stnto Penitentiary, at Salem, Ore gon, until Thursday, Juno 22, 1005, at 1 o'clock p. m,, of said day, for the la bor of tho convicts confined in said penitentiary, under tho provisions of an act of the legislature passed in 1805, and amendmonta thereto, and for the foandry plant belonging to tho state, nnd situated within the prison walls. Bids to bo made separately on the basis of a flvo or a ten-yoar lease, beginning August 1, 1005, on blanks which will bo forwardod by the super (ntendont on application. Each bidder must enclose with his bid a certified cheek in the sum of (500 payable to the order of the Super intendent, to be forfeited to the State In case the bidder to which the eoaferMt is let fails to enter Into a contract, ad give the bond required by the statate within ton days after the awarding of the contract. Tho right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Further Information may be had, if desired, by addressing tho superin tendent. Dated at Salem, Oregon, May 22, 1005. O. W. JAMES, Superintendent. MP limy- w If JITIntfrl IfflA VfFKNCH FEMLE unttnmn iinni a lwJwmlmji lsralsn 0 PILLS. A Bfs CwtaU luui fr ficrruMS Mum lMtl.MM.tai. WUlMWUMaMUlW.WMMlifw kT iMm r-4 gmt 4n u Ifc. fvs$JlDKkWmT! 7riJmmMm m I Il.W Mil yjA.issiimma.Cole I UMrrcpMolCAt.eo.,aT4.Uau.TOa. ra. THREE ARE FOUND DEAD IN A ROOM Bodies of Young Man and Two Girls Found In a Farmhouse Throo young persons, Mndgo Dines, aged 14; Nettio Hart, aged 10, nnd Qcorgo Baldwin, nged 18, woro found shot to death in nn upper room in tho homo of Ed, Dines, a farmer, and father of Madgo Dines, thrco miles nut of Hillsboro Sunday night. The girls wcro killed with a rovolvor. Tho man's brains wcro blown out with a shotgun Tho lnttor weapon waa found in tho room in which tho bodies lay, Tho theory that tho young mnn mnr dcrcd tho two girls and then commlttod suicido is not entertained, though cor tain circumstances point to that conclu' slon. A fourth person is suspected, but tho identity of tho alleged murdoror and his motives aro withhold. Tho shocking discovery wns mado by Mr. and Mrs. Dines on returning from Hillsboro, whoro tboy had attondod the baccalaurcato sermon of tho graduating oxorcisos of tho high school. Dotnils of tho relationship of tho young peoplo have not boon learned by the polico bo- yond that Qeorgo Baldwin is a neigh bor, tho sod of a farmer and a friond. Ho visited tho Dines homo ostensibly to protect tho girls in tho nbsonco of Mr. and Mrs. Dines. Nclllo Hart is snld to lmvo been employed as a domestic. If you aro troubled with indigestion, constipation, sour stomach, or any other pain, Holllstor'a Bocky Mountain Toa will mako you welt and keep you well. 35 conts, Tea or Tableta. Stono's Drug Storo. U. J. LEHiWAN BaBh and doors. All kinds of house flnlohing. 'Phono 131 black. Alco two floors of warohouat for txnt; elevator and switching facilities. To the Country People "When in town take your meals at the Star Bestaurant, 330 Cdurt Street, uA joining Wado's hardwaro store. Meals at all hoars, 15 conts. Phono 301 Bed ; ! i When you want nop Baskets, i Fruit Boxes, Trays for frnlt ! Dryers, cell on ' G. F Mason ! Miller Street, South Salem, Phono ' ; 2101 Bod. ; Edison PUonograpu Agency. Oosollno Lamps, Mantels, Gasoline Typewriters, New, Sceond-nand. Bont 214 Com'l St. Phone Main 401. I ' ' " WHEN IN NEED Of corn for planting, remember that ne kave-a cheice stock ef both Or goal and 'Eastern grows eera, which eaa be' bad at rsduced prises, at the Old BsHablo' Fesd Stora. Savage & Fletcher 322-324 Commercial St. HtlMHHIMIImilHIWII I Gold Dust Flout . 1 M- Ol .11 !. Mado by THE SIDNEY POW BR COMPANY, Sidney, Ore gon. Made for family use. Ask your grocer for it. Bran and aborts dways) on hand. P. B. Wallace I CunnL AGENT I Laughing Mooting. Salem Business Men's League Will moot tomorrow night, Tuesday, In Union Hall, over Harritt'a grocery store, Slate street, at 8 o'clock, to consider "Balom Day." Bring tho old, lamo bncs and laugh. Enough sod. GEO. F. HODGEH8, Pros. HAL D. PATTON, Sec. O .n Pain may go by tho naino of rheuma tism, neuralgia, lumbago, pleurisy. No mattor what nnmo tho pnlns aro called, Holllatcr's Hooky Mountain Toa will drlvo thorn away. 35 cents Ton or Tablets. Stono's Drug Store, o Tho Southorn Pacific Company Will sell tlckots, Salem to Boswoll Springs nnd return up to and including Soptomber 30, 1005, 1005, llmitod to 30 days, rato of $5.C5. 0 5-tf fkWff mWWWWB "lssssssssssf ISSSSSsI SilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH sssssH Two attraclivo features of our bual noss aret First, tho oxcollont quality of the groceries wo soil. Second, tho surprisingly low prices we ask. Wo aro eonOdont you will be more Utao' pleasecL HBakcr, Lawrence & Baker Snccoosoro to Earritt tc Lawrence." trehh ramaa. From our laundry in linen, percales or Madras shirts, white linea collars and auffs, faaey vests, do ok or crash suits or trousers, silk or wool look as well at when you first bay thorn, in col or of finish. We do not fado the dell eate eolors of your segligeo shirt or waists, and your cuffs and collars will keep fresh longer from our perfect methods than by any othor in Oregon. Special rated on family work. Salem Steam Laundry COLONEL J. OLMSTED, Prop. DOBOUS D. OLMSTED, Manager. 250 Liberty Street. Phone 411. The Cttfb' Stables First-class livery and Cob Line. Funeral turnouts a specialty. Tally-ho for plenita and excursion parties. Phone Main 211. Corner Liberty and Ferry. Ch s. W. Yann&e Prop. sSSi Tim ABBXVAX. OF 8PBINO. prliaiUre method in tho use of In prlmativ methods in the use of in ferior flour. Tho Salem mills flour Js the best now mado, and better than lay that ever was made. It contains all the nutritious qualities that can be got out of the vory beat Wheat, and la aweeteet and best flavored of all eorsal food products. 0ALEM PLOUSINO MILIA Hisie Wing San:tCo China and Japanese Pancy Ooods; Mat. tings Dry Ooods, Wlta, Sm- t.rMnr taBM. Make UP M U aeuta' aa4 Ladies' Tarnishing aw, Baitsy Wrswsrs, Skirt, WWta Wader, wear, saleciteaf. Ctoart str, , mw&Sh Oregon. 'Phone Ws a. Sold is 8alc by . O. Meso. ! ? .T(!i' .Sifc iku m&. tafaKi .ri