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Daily capital journal. (Salem, Oregon) 1903-1919, September 09, 1905, LAST EDITION, Image 5

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daily capital journal, salem, Oregon, Saturday, September o, ioob.
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Little Better
'ban Seem -
fecessaty
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&OANDIES AND IOE CREAM.
THE SUMMER GIRL
jTbo Best Drink of tho Year.
PEACH IOE CREAM,
Mighty rino.
FULLER & DOUOLAS,
Rabun's leading grocera, bakers and
Ifoctloncrs, 45Q4C0, Stato strcot,
s'ow phono Main 182.
CITY
COUNCIL
MEETS
anting Boots
and Shoes
re have the finest line ever
jaght to Salem. "We will
r.e pleasure in showln them
yotf.
HAUSER BROS., Props.
ilem Gtm Store.
Sporting Goods
folsto Springs
lot
rhe Ftuit Men
W'o hnvo n goodly supply of nil sizes
Mnr springs for fnrm wngons. Tboy
tlm good sort, and will s.ivo your
ifion, ns well as bring In your farm
oducta in good ordor. Ask to bo
own.
Axle Grease
Ixon'a graphlto grense, Deorhako'a
tor oil groaso. Tho formor is largo
composod of graphlto, a natural lu-
Scant, nnd wo guarantco it to plcaso
u or monoy back after you uso half
box. Tho latter is a standard oil
caso which will not "tar." Try it
id you'l quit tho cheap greases.
F. A. Wiggins'
bploment Ilonse, 255-257 Liberty 8t
Inn Implements, Wlieols, Autonro-
Ses, Sowing Machines and Supplies.
Hop Picking.
BWlll start Monday in tho Otto Wll-
in, Mark Skiff and Quong Hing yards.
Ickers tako notlco. 9-7-3t
o
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
(fie Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tho
pignaturo
tCaJyfffl&ii
Why suffer with headncho, conatipa
on, stomach, kidnoy and liver trou-j
es, when Ilolllstor'a Rocky Mountain
:a will euro yout No money wanted'
ilejg you are curod. 35 cents, tea ori
Wets. Dr. Stono's Drug Store. I
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An Adjourned Session in
Which a Great Deal of
Business Was not Done
Tho city council held nn ndjourncd
mooting last night for tho purpose of
taking final action upon tho matter of
constructing a sower through block 2
In tho Charles Cnrtwrlght addition to
tho City of Snlom. Acting upon tho
ndvlso of tho city attorney, "nowoveV,
thoy delayed final action until nn ad
vcrtlscmont giving notice of tho pro
posed sewer should bo published in ono
of tho city papers for 10 ilnys.
Instead of ndjourning whon this wtia
settled, they proceeded to transact a
largo amount of other business, and
engage in a number of lengthy dis
cussions. Tho firo commltteo mado n vain effort
to hnvo tho council purchaso fivo now
firo hydrants, but nlthough they tried
in different ways to get it through,
action was blocked every tltno by Al
derman Gesnor. Ho objected to tho
cost of tho hydrants, but fnlled to sug
gest any plan whereby thoy could bo
secured cheaper. A motion finally pre
vailed, instructing tho firo ohiof to
nscertnin tho cost of hydrants In Port
land and to report his findings at tho
next mooting of tho council,
An ordinance which roliovcs tho
property owners and tho city of tho
necessity of establishing n grado bo
foro thoy can construct board walks in
oi'tlylng districts of tho city, was in
troduced by Aldorman Wallace. After
clearly explaining to tho council tho ne
cessity of tho ordinance, ho succeeded
in having tho rules suspended, and
tho bill road tho third timo and placed
on Its final passage It passed without
n dissolving vote.
Street Commissioner Kurtz was in
structed to purchaso 40,000 feet of
bridgo timber needed by tho city, from
tho Spauldtng Lumbor Company, at
$3.50 per thousand. Tho lumber is to
bo delivered ns needed.
Tho application of M. L. Hamilton
for n snloon llconso was referred to tho
llccnso committee.
Alderman Hughes moved that tho city
marshal bo instructed to onforco tho
ordlnanco prohibiting expectorating on
tho sidowalks, nnd In public buildings,
but tho motion failod to carry. In mak
ing his motion ho stated that numerous
complaints had beon mado to him. re
garding tho filthy condition of tho sido
wnlks In certain qunrtors of tho city.
Tho councllmon voting ngnlnst tho
monsuro woro opposod to giving tho
ranrshnl Instructions in rcgurd to doing
his duty.
Recorder Moorea was instructed to
drnw a warrant in favor of John Doynos
for tho amount of tho city's sharo In
tho oxponsos of repairing tho steel
bridge.
Tho commltteo on ways nnd moans
reported favorably upon tho roport of
tho recorder for tho months of July
nnd August, and tho roport' was adopt
od. Upon motion of Alderman Hughos,
tho voto on tho High stroet improve
c.ont was reconsidered nnd voted
down. It was thon amended so as to
call for gravol instoad of orushod rock,
and carriod. This nmondment was
mado at the request of tho bulk of tho
pioperty owners to bo effected by tho
improvement. Tho proposed Improve
ment extends from tho north lino of
Trado street to tho south line of Rural
Avenue.
HOP PICKING
Does not interfere with the Ex
cursion to Newport next
Sunday, September i Oth
T.vnTTOaTviwT m-oATvr itttt t. T.TATrn AT.TOA'NY AT 7:30 A. M.i BE
wMnjlVi1 WU1 VU - - -
TURNING LEAVE NEWPORT AT 5:30. THREE-DAY TICKETS FROM
SALEM GOOD QOINO OR RETURNINa ON EXCURSION aiiAin ai
53 C) FOR THE ROUND TRIP. PROM ALBANY, CORVALLIS AND
PHILOMATH THE FARE IS
$J.50 01? the Rotmct Ttip
PnAimm ,t rnnMTnm TVT RATMOV. PICKING WATER
AGATES, TRIPS OVER THE BAR ON THE "LORENS," SURF BATH-
I TWO. Am -.,..,...,. , A-r.ro- 1TT!TT!H OP TUB PACIFIO IN
SEPTEMBER ARE TREATS FOR VISITORS TO THE COAST, BIX
OURS OF FUN AND PLEASURE. DON'T ruuu.B iw. -,
Ji
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Our Factory
WILL BE TURNING OUT
wJWSH
- rjj
Mission Furniture
GALORE BY OCTOBER FIRST. WE WILL THEN BE IN OUR NEW
K FACTORY BUILDING, WHICH IS BEING ERECTED FOR US IN THE
REAR OF OUR SALESROOM. THAT WE MANUFACTURE MISSION
FURNITURE DOES NOT MEAN THAT WE CANNOT SELL YOU ALL THE
STANDARD MAKES OF OTHER FACTORIES. AVE CAN
Furnish Your House Complete
ON THE
MISSION STYLE
OR ANY OTHER STYLE YOU MAY CHOOSE,
YOUR CARPETS
TOO, WE CAN FURNISH, GIVING YOU THE t
Choicest Assortment
OF OVER ' . " ,
400 Patterns
OF COURSE WE DO NOT KEEP ALL THESE IN STOCK, BUT CAN
HAVE YOUR CARPET ON YOUR FLOOR IN ONE DAY'S TIME, IF YOU
CHOOSE. OUR SAMPLE LINE REPRESENTS
Over a $500,000,00 Stock
,t
-t
,
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YOU ALSO GET THE BENEFIT OF
Expert Cutters
LARGE POWER SEWING MACHINE T.
Cost $1,400.00
Tins MEANS A
Pert ect Fit
t- f. '
,
i'ii
u:
fe,t,'
AND
' fi
i A
Seamless Surface
THAT CANNOT BE DUPLICATED BY SMALLER CARPET HOUSES.
REOARDING 1 ? .' v
-
Our Own Make
OF FURNITURE, ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT . V. fJ 44 -
Our Prices to You ' c "' ?
IS LESS THAN THE SAME GOODS CAN BE PURCHASED BY US OR
OTHER FIRSTS AT WHOLESALE w- .
ity
r
"WE ARE NOT A
Big Firm -
BUT WE ARE DOING A
Big Business"
(
Stege & Carncs
445 Court St.
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A, A. U. Senior Games at Travers.
Now York, Sopt. 9. Travers Island,
tho oountry grounds of tho New York
Athlotio Club, is tho sctfno of tho sen
ior championship contests of tho Met
ropolitan Association of tho Amateur
Athletic Union today. Tho track eon
testa Ineludo a 100-yard run, a 2S0
fard run, a 440-yard run, mllo run,
1-mlle run, 3-mllo run, 120-yard hurdle
raea and a 20-yard low hurdlo race.
Tho field contests will Ineludo putting
tho 16-pound shot, throwing the ham
mer, throwing tho discus, throwing
the 50-pound weight, running high
lump, running broad-jump and pole
rault. Gold, silver and bronzo medals
will bo given to tho fiwt three men in
each contest.
Only t More Day Left
TO BUY GREAT NORTHERN AT
60 CENTS PER SHARE. THE PRICE
POSITIVELY ADVANCES TO 75
CENTS MONDAY, THE 11TH.
J C, LEE & CO.
1
$ K
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BUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH. j.
337 STATE STREET
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SALEM, ROEGON
OTnXDREN ORY FOR
OASTORIA.
FLETCHER'S
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