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JOURNAL, 0ALEM. OREGON, ArrmT)AY. SEPTEMBER 0, MM
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DAILY OAPrTAL
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NEW GOODS
STOCKTON
& Co
THE USEFUL STORE
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THEY ARE AT IT NOW
(Continued from first page.)
HOSBERY
LV
btookton
& oo.
SPECIAL
nosiEEy
fade express
ly for onr
High class
trade.
OUR OWN 3 FOR 81.00 HOSE
Extra finish, CO guago, French fash
ioned hoso. Put up 3 pairs 4a a
box, equal to any 60e values.
NEW CAPS.
Tha "Elna May" styles.
Wo show tho largest general stock
of caps over brought to Salem.
I NEW SKIRTS
JNJtlW UUS
NEW COATS
Another peerless showing of stylish
well mado garments for women I Wo
havo never beforo offered such
matchless opportunities in seasona
ble garments. Study tlio stylish
matorlnls, tho porfect workmanship,
tho chic and daintiness of tbeso gar
monts, then noto tho wondorfully
low prices. You will readily seo
why this storo docs such a, gigantic
gnrmont business. Tho strictest at
tention is given to all altering and
fitting of our rend' mado garments.
WE AKB SALEM AGENTS FOR TIIE FAMOUS
W. F. HEAD DRESS GOODS
THE NEW STJITINaS AND RAIN PROOF GOODS ARE IN AND READY
Jt Oli XUUB OIIOOBINO. ASK TO SEE REDONA OREPE.
MHHHHHIHIHn
John Deere Disc Plows
SOLD BY
MANNING & FERGUSON
ARE THE BEST
GENTLEMEN: THIS IS NO
IDLE TALK, WHENEVER IT
COMES TO A TEST OF MERIT
4UR PLOW ALWAYS STAYS. WE
DO1 NOT STUDY THE OTHER
FELLOW'S PLOW TO BE ABLE
TO SAY "OURS HAS THE SAME
THINO." WE DO NOT SPEND
OUR TIME AND MONEY FIL.
LINO YOU WITH "HOT AIR,"
BUT WHEN YOU WANT A DISC
PLOW IF YOU WILL CALL AT
OUR WAREHOUSE AND BTORE,
CORNER OF STATE AND COM
MEROIAL STREETS, SALEM,
OREOON.
WB ARE ALWAYS OLAD TO
SHOW YOU OUR aOODS. COME
AND SEE US.
Manning & Perguson
I "
'Norwich Union Fire Insur
ance Society.
Frank Merodith, Resident Acont.
Offlco with Wm. Brown & Co.. No. 129
Commercial Street.
NEW TODAY
For Rent. A sever room cottago nt
354 North 12th strcot Seo A .J.
Dnscy, 001 South Cnpitnl. 0-0-3t
For Salo. Team of horses. Weight
PflO pounds. Prlco $75. K. L. Irvin,
J2i Stnto street. lM)-2td-ltwkv
Wanted. Knorgotlc, trustworthy man
or woman to work In Orogon, repre
senting lrtrgo manufacturing com
pany. Salary $10 to $1)0 per month,
paid weekly; cxponscs advanced. Ad
dress, with stamp, J. II. Mooros, Ba
lorn, Oregon. 0-9-3t
For Thirty Days Will offor for salo n
farm of 101 acre of good bottom
land near Salem, 00 aoros in hops,
good buildings. S. U. Cattorlin, So
lem. 0-0-flt
storm of hisses. Jordan then announced
thnt Britt would havo no other. Tho
crowd chcored wildly, nnd then gave
three hearty cheers for the undefeated
champion. Demanding a speech, Jeff
ries said: "Gentlemen, nil I have to
say is that I thtyik you from the bot
tom of my heart." Tho spectators set
up n cry for George Siler, but Slier did
not respond.
Announcer Jordan again addressed
tho crowd as follews: "Nolan rofuses
absolutely to enter tho ring unless eith
er Slier or Grnnoy will rofcrco. Ho is
willimr to nccont oithor of thoso men.
"Spider" Kelly, on behalf of Britt.
then said: "Wo will nccopt Eddie
Grnney."
Then followed n scene of much ex
citement. ColTroth then sont a inOMenccr st
oneo to notify Nolan of Britt's se
lection. Siler was then brought into
tho ring and introduced to the crowd
Jordan thon announicl that the
Brltts will accept tho roforce in order
to get elwrn to fight.
2-25 Tho light is row assured, and
Nelson lias been ordered to ontor the
ring. Grnney hns appeared in the ring
and will referee the Britt-Noison fight.
During all tho squabbling Britt sat
in the corner originally selected for
him looking determined and smiling to
IiW friends at the ringside. At 2:33 p.
m. Xelson appoars.
Ho was tremendously hooted by the
crowd present. Nelson's face boro sev
eral abrasion, the result of trnlninc
knockt). "Nelson was -ouicklv intra-
duced. Britt was also introduced as a
Natlvo Son of tho Golden West. and
tho prido of California., Jimmy Gard
ner posted. $1000, nnd challenged the
winner. Herrera was also present with
a challenge. Nelson's seconds arc Jack
Coyle arnl Flanders. Mnrmgor Nolan
declared all bets off. It was further
stated that this was done to insure a
fight strictly on Its merits. This an
nouncement was cheered,
2:-J8 p. m. The ring is now being
cleared for action.
Announcer Jordnn said: "It will be
a -15-round contest, Marquis of Queens-
berry rules, and break at order of ref
eree.
W1W-J
x.j wni'ii
Rheumatism
Like Neuralgia, is now known
to be a nervous disease, lire
kidneys become weak through
lack of nerve energy, and fail
to filter the uric acid from tne
blood; this acid attacks and
burns the nerves and muscles,
and consumes the oil m the
joints, producing inflammation,
lever, swcuiiijj yu...
To cure Rheumatism
Ml
the
then,
kidney
.... OTittct- rncmrp
: . -...1 .iicMe nnrl neil
nerves auu i""'"i - , ; ,
tralizc the effect of the acid
upon the joints and tissues
with Dr. Wiles Restorative
Nervine, a nerve medicine,
which lias made many cures of
this painful disease. Nervine
strengthens the kidney nerves
and increases the circulation,
and relief is assured.
"Before I took Dr. Stiles' Nervine,
1 had Nen looking for a euro for
rtheumatlum for 25 years. Tlia last
time I wai laid up for several months,
could not get out of bed or set foot
on the floor. I tried remedies to rub
In. to drink, doctors' prescriptions,
etc.. but nono of them had any effect.
Ono day I read about Dr. JIIIm
Xervlno and got n bottle. After tho
first doo I lind a eood rtlphta rest,
nnd after taklne half a bottle tha
pains disappeared, and I went out and
talked all around tho town. In a week
I went to work, and was perfectly
cured, but continued to take tho
medicine for a time, to mako sure tho
pains would not come back.' ,.
TII0S. LONO.
S13 N. Chatham St., Racine, wis.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
druggist, who will guarantee that the
flrstWtle will benefit. If It falls, ha
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
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vawmjl.
PMOPiJE&jMRqAi&Qvrsjr
Out Fitst
eat Fall Sale
In Out New Store
c
iE AHU
POWDER
CoBftellsviHe, Pa., Sent. D.-All the
employes in the Hand powder works
wre killed in two explosions at 0:30
this morning.
THEY ARE MONEY SAVERS
SATISFACTION OrVEBB
AND TIIE BEST MADE.
SALEM BROOMS.
C'onnellsvllle, Pa., Sept. D. The pow
der works six miles from here, wero
blown up today. There wero BO em
ployes, and it is believed many wero
killed.
iwi'ta s? m Kim Yw, Han JU.nn &H1
""-CZMmA.
AAt
DIED.
GII4SY. At tho family homo in Au
rora, Oregon, Friday, September 8,
1M. at C o'elock p. m., Sylvia, tho
11-year-old daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
W. W. Oieey, of typhoid fever.
Tha deceased was the second younir-
est child of tit family, and was taken
III about two weeks ago.
Money to Loan
THOMAS K. FORD,
Over Lndd k Bush's Bank, Salem, Or.
Sundries
Just received, a full and complete
lino of lamps, bells, tires and ooastor
brake. Se our window, and when
you want a good, honest job at tho
right prlee bring in your bleyele, r we
will aall and get It, llMt work at
honest prices,
FRANK J. MOORE
308 MAIN. 370 OOUBT STBEET.
Hop Baskets
Patented and improved for
905.
Place your orders now and
avoid the rash.
Walte Moriey
00 Court Street, 81 enj
A Richly Varied
Gathering of
New Jewelry
Tho display of new pint, rlegt, brooeaw, brlt ansi kr dutiful
pieces, which ro now to bo teen In er ohm, ibw iU newest ideas and
gives & clear indication of what aro to bo this anUwa's style (B welry.
It ! a very attractivo gathering, ortU U di(it b4 rtjwy all who
como to view it. Bach pleco is nrttt4tlly orrt, aad of undoubted
quality.
wdftyejjtrtes-
State and
Liberty Stsf
Salem, Ore
Bourn! 1 Britt led flrst. but received are tatMi' m,rt-
a loft Jiook to the face. Britt thon
shot his right to Kelson's body nnd
followed with two lefts to the face.
Both folt of oaoh other. Xelsoa rushed
to n ollnoh nnd broke quickly. Xelson
bloekod a bard left, ami then Briti
caught his right liml on Xelson 's ovo
anil drove a wieked left to the bodv.
They elineh and Xelsoa. in the rush.
......
swunt; flu left to note, opening a ant
over Britt's nose. Britt sent a left to
the face. Both men vrnt extremely
careful. Xeleoa hooked his left to tha
side of Britt's face. Britt looked de
termined. Both men displaying all the
arts of the game.
Bound 2 XIh evaded a left lead.
aud a moment later Britt shot out two
lefts to his fae. Blood was still eom
iV from Britt's mom. Xeleon forw
Britt to the rape, k side steps two
lefts, and Britt swnag two wicked lefts
to the jaw, daniis Xeleon. Xelson
broke ground, and Britt Usui his right
to Xlwn's jaw. Tn Dane, however,
fought back, nnd laadd two nowerful
HghU on Britt' jnw. Britt drove a
hard one to the face nad two blows
over tho Iwart. Xeleon came in far
Mora at elose ijuarttn, fighting flere
y. Honor fnvor IWtt. Xeln was
none the wore ne h went to his cor-
ner.
Bound 3-Wm a hot one, Britt hav
tug the beet of it, but each doing not
work nd got ting Mvere puaihmnt,
Britt toceols in enifttnooi.
Bound -4 Blood flowed fn.m l,h
mon's fae aa Uoy wont to their eor-
ors. iioth men fought with much
rtoaw and vonorn. Tno round .
Britt's.
Bound 8 Was a not oue. Xelww
sonding Ikitt to tho ropw but he
got mily pualefcod afttnrarde, Bj the
round was Britt 's.
Bound Wna nU Xeleon'. H. mt
it all over Britt, and bad him almost to
n tiaita whoa tho boll rang.
Houmi T Wm a smurrin exhlKlfU.
with Britt efedgiag, but Mill it was his
rou, tho wix-np boring neither of
thorn Mttoh to Ue bad.
Connellsvlllo, Tn., Sept. 0. rour car
loads of powder on tho side track at
the Band powder works, nenr Fair-
chance, exploded this morning. Five
aro known to bo doad and scores in
jured. It is believed 25 nro buried in
the wrecked oars nnd buildincs. Man
ager Band nnd a boy named Winangor
nrE MISSION OF TIIE STORE TODAY IS TO BRING Two .'
- to,
RONS IN CLOSEST TOTJOII WITH TID3 MOST DEStRABLB OooJ
THAT Tlffi MANUFACTURERS OF TIOS COUNTRY CAN PBOBDn
SIFTING Tim UliAtx iiiuiu xhm Yij-tiaxAJMD NEVER JJofii
DIZINO YOUR CONFIDENCE BY ANY RELAXATION OP jjl
VIOILANCE AViaou BUUUXUXiziiiB yuAxaxr AS THE pii!
MOUNT CONSroERAaiow iiux with iaiEN DISORDflirATl
CORRALINO THE GENUINE BARGAINS THAT Fly jjj
SPARKS FROM Tlffi SWIFT TURNING; WHEELS OF TRADE,
STORE IN Tins PART OF THE COUNTRY OFFERS YOU THj
VANTAGES WE DO; NONE EX7ROI8ES A MORE VIGOROUS B
FLUENOE OVER CONDITIONS THAN THD3 GREAT EMPOBtl
WIERE YOU CAN BUY EVERYTHINa IN THE MEBOHAjjjh
LINE. VZ CAN EASILY BRING YOU WEEKLY THE FRUITS a
ADVANCED RETAILING FRUITS THAT ARE RIPE IN RICHal
VALUES AND MELLOW IN LOW PRICES. NEITHER PAINa X J
MONEY HAS BEEN SPARED IN MAKING THIS STORE THEDQa
ABLE TRADING PLACE FOR THE PEOPLE OF THIS PAM a
Tlffi COUNTRY. .MOUNTAINS OF NEW GOODS TO 8ELTJ0T 1801
TItERE IS NO PLACE IN THE CHICAGO STORE FOR OLD aO0t(i
U
Connellsville, Pa.. Sept. 9. It is
stated that 10 are miseiug. The debris
is scattered over a wide territory, and
parts of human bodies show throunh
the wreckage. The tracks of the B. &
U. is torn up. and trollevs are down. A
tralu pasting had every window brok
en, nnd several iatagers are reported
hurt. Manager Hand inited en being
carried to the telephone, and talked to
his wife to reaaanro her.
Couoellsvllle, Pa.. Sept. 0. Two r
of dynamite cannot be removed from
the debris, which Is borniasr. ami
imwentarlly expected to .v.J.u
Thousand who rushed to tho scene aro
uow flying pauie-etrieken, fearful of a
second disaster. Twelve bodies kave
beon reoovered, burned be.ioad reeognl-
tiOKW
Aged Lady Doad.
-rM e v . .
-mi. nru rwwaer passed awav
this noruittg nt the home, corner of
w inter nnd Trade streete, aged 78. Old
ago wn tho eaueo of her death.
Tho funeral wrvlees will be held to
morrow at tho reeidttu!., r ".in -.i
Intorwont will bo had in the Ie' Mis
sion cemetery. Kev. Selleek n
duct the service.
Startling Mortality
Statistics show sUrtling mortality,
from appondieltis and peritoniUs. To
prevent anu euro those awful diseases
thero is jut one raliahln T-.i- rs.
King's New Life Pill,, w pinnn,
of 11 Custom House Plap. pki..1
saya: "They have no n.i ..,'
- --j-. wa VUB9U
patlen and billoussose. " 2Cc at J. 0
crry s iirug store.
Dross Silks from 40c yd and up.
Drees Goods from 12V2C yd to $1.50.
Calicoes from 3'ac yd and up.
Outing Flannels from 4VjC yd and up
Blankots from 2Cc and up.
Loathcr Hod Gloves from 15c up.
Cloth Hop Glovos 5c pr,
Mon's Suits from $1.05 and up.
50 doz. Sun Bonnots, 10c,
Ladies' Suits from 50.00 and up.
Ladles' Jackets from $3.50 and up.
Ladies Black Potticoats fronM
up.
Ladlos' H. S. Vlllto HandktitUil
from 3c up.
Ladlos' $2.25 Shoos, sale pries nil
Mon's $1.50 Dress Pants, ulip&I
85c.
Men's COc Flooco Lined Underrel
35c.
Mon's 35c Summer Underwear lfc
Laces from lo yd and up,
200 Spools Thread lc.
Yoa will find In oar SUlcs, Dress Goods, Cloaks ul
Millinery choice up-to-date goods at small prices
The Gi'eat Bargain Store
Corner of Commit
cfal and Court Street!
McEVOY BROS.
Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Horner, of tho
Agricultural College, this week cele
brated their silver wedding.
Leo L. Loeb, of Chicaeo. called tho
raul Itevere, of the Weat. is visiting In
i.uany on bis way to San Truncisco.
Silvortou's now opera house jj
dedicated by n grand ball SjIkJ
night, September 23d.
Ashland hns installed a ntffdridl
fountain nt tho donot, nnd vrill adtcrJH
I their splondid water Rjstem.
That Fxqulslte Taste, Delightful to all
Is foand only In the
GOLDEN BELLE
ICE CREAMi
And our HOME MADE CANDIES ate made to M
tie nght proportion to be appetising, healthful m
r;voutui'i
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fHONE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILtED
feuWYRll
ADDITIONAL PERSONALS.
Mr. Sad MmTrS Wiok.trom, of
! T,dH M rUltiB la the
y. iU. Wickotrom 1.
low won.
a former Sa-
Thoro U no tiring on you guosig
wnson wnj- too nght wUl go as it is
an ovoh show nt prow hour.
Tho Ut annual ronnion of the South
w urarra noneOM' Soeitv .. v-tt
in AshUnd Thuwdnv.
ouscs'T'w- - .1
OV.J3Xs0;gl.
A trap-shootors ' nl..nn ... .
uM .. ,, wm be
wtTr'rsopt
WB WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUB
New Stock of Guns
LATEST MODELS, BEST MAKES, STANDARD
Shot Guns
8i8l0 or double barralA r. tt .,....'
Any stand d h "ammenoss Atoaoi. ue x-jkiv-
or slopwork J,?.!". mS W8 aU nb80lute1 No W H
to IvT ,t0h,W J'U the newest st at prices you would hats
' pay for inferior m..v. t.,. ... v
. " "" at tnem, anyway.
r Md, and wiU Ut two days sa
Uti St.ua wiU uko pert.
y tupuuirtlzzirz:,. .
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