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MILT OAPITtt JtnnOUh MIEM, OBEOOB. MOSPAY. OCTOBEB a IMS-
8 mA " WM Ill I'll I'M ' ll SSBBBBBBSV -V- I r smtUM r. Ma'wruoetHi; frfiJfpfyRisMssaf v fXfK7"LJeHS JV FmII ?MC OUAKSR WCAVSK MM 5 I ". ! V , :. : t9i - 7 STOCKTON & CO THE OLD WHITE CORNER .This splendid stuff made such a stir In the east tho last few years that tbe demand this year is nearly double what it was last season. Bead's goods are . decidedly the test rain proof goods in tho world. This old Quaker wearer h liorod that nothing was too good for the American Women to Wear. HE MAKES LANSDOWNE ALSO. This season we show a variety of weaves, as elaborate as they are to look upon.. .We offer to women folks tho widest op portunity for the choosing of styles that are absolutely correct and at the same time save them money. ASK TO SEE THE VARIOUS WEAVES. KqI W. F. READS DRESS GOODS Shoes for Men Women and Children When one man tats ten pairs of shoes at one time it proves oar stock in varied Is styles, ear prices are right, ami that the man has & good, AmertMB family. We eater to all eh mm, earrytag everything from the cheapest to the best. INFANTS SHOES to INFANTS' SHOES .. 15c to SL50 CHILDREN'S SHOES 50c to $1.75 BOYS' AND MISSES' SHOES i iui n nun umrES' SHOES ..SLSO to 85.00 MEN'S SHOES .... $1.60 to 80.00 F fjsssHf J im TsTXJISBBBBBbR ff fll SBBBsW' I IrJft FURS Finally it's far time. The winter ei w diteenteat is aboat at band. Our far stesk is broadly ready. From the medest prices up to the rteh and elab- orate, the eelleotiea is full and satis factory, and in buying furs here yon can trust to the judgment and honesty of thoeo who wait npon you. Prices range from $1.25 to $45 On Boas, CIuiWs, Scarfs, etc BUBBEBS AND RUBBER BOOTS For men, women and children at lowest prices. UMBRELLAS 25c to $t0.00 Largest Stock in Salem SPECIAL SALE TEXTURE BAIN COATS. MAOTON ( TOSHES If we den't give you tbe belt bar gala yeu eyer get in yur life The Latest Suits, Coats, and Skirts Tfa ladies are unanimous in their opinion that our styles are better, more practical, more like they are looking for than those shown at other .stores. OUR PRICES are not to be com pared. Everybody in this community knows that we bellevo in the quick sale, small profit system. The highest grade goods, tho boat workmanship Is embodied in every gar ment we sell. SPECIAL OBDEBS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. MLmM Sewing Machines We have just received another ship ment of those famous NEW ROYAL MACHINES. We sell them without the expense of horse feed and agents' com mission. p $50 MACHINES FOB ..j527'50 $05 MACHINES FOE ..$34.00 High grade, drop head, ball bearing, easy running, all attachments. GUAR ANTEED FOR TEN YEARS. Is the Boy Ready for School New ' ' Made of faaey flannelettes, Mtiag flannels, et. LONG and SHORT lengths. Alto a complete sleek of new wrappers. IF NOT, BBXNO HTM IN Take advantage of our sneeial sale of BOYS' SUITS. 1.50 SUITS FOB $1-00 2.50 SNTTS FOB 1.75 3.S5 suns foe 2-25 2.76 BUTTS FOB I.75 j,oo suit. .......j, 275 LSO SUITS 3.25 5.00 SUITS ".... 3.25 NEW CLOTHING AMtlier shipment of clothing reached ns yesterday. It minadtei the sw$tlet thiags shewn this year. Don't fall to see ear SQUARE OUT BLACK CHEVIOTS. More New Goods Than Any Other Dry Goods Store MAwl z Blankets and Comforts j When the cod wind creeps in at night and stabs you in the back, just thiak of ut. Remember that we are selling bedding cheaper than any firm is. the state. It is a broad assertion, but it is true. COTTON BLANKETS 40c, 50c, 75c to $1.50. COMFOBTS, FULL SE5E, EXTRA QOOD QUALITY, 51.75 to 810. WOOL BLANKETS, $1.78 to 310. SPECIAL SALE Of iVSesVs Coats and Vests $2.30 Buys the best coat and vest yon ever sw. We have no pants to match them o are closing them out. Th ere Are Two Ways By whieh you may insure having yer eyes preperly fitted with the precise glaases they need. You may go to an occults and pay fS.00 r more to have yur eyes ex amined and bring his prescription fer s to fill. Or, we will make a scientific exasaiaatien fr wMh there will be no charge, and fit your eyes perfectly with the Vest quality of lenses that are leads. In either ease, wo will guarantee that tho glasses and the cost will be entirely satisfactory. State and Liberty Sts, Salem, Ore Mjf) Norwich Union Fire Insar-j ance Society. i Frank Meredith, Resident Agent. Offica with Wb. Brown & Co., No. 128 Commercial Street. NEW TODAY Chicago Market. (Four OVlook K.htion ) Chleag. Oet. i.-Wbt, WH; corn, ilk oats, 274. 1 0 CHILDREN CBY FOB -LETOHEB'S OARTOBL5 Wanted. Ferty pntae facers. Apply at TiUsaa's warehouse. 9S0-tf Wanted. A girl fr tray srTi7at the Sawaritan Hotfita!. Comer of Winter and Ferry Hrets. lt8-t Wanted. Two lady deeaeattrators. Ex pecieaee uaaeeessary; pleaamat work. Apply at Hotel WtUameH. Charles K. SaelL 10-Jlt Smtinll Tnmrfnr TMUW... .. . ... .-.-, ....nlimu, w S frs. ou &ias ax pittsan-i "S .w .m fw mat re, PhanallS Main. lt-xf Money to Loan THOMAS K. FORD. . The Southern Pacific company Will sell tiekets, 8alem to Boswell Springs and return up to and Including September 30, 1905, 1006, limited to 30 days, rate of $5.55, g.tf OHILDKEN CBY TOB FLETCHER'S OASTOBIA Strongs Restaurant SMITH & SEFFEBT, Props. This popular restaurant has been reopened by Smith 4 Seffert.who will conduet a first-class, up-to-date restaurant. Regular S5c dinner from 18 to 0:30. ' Merchants1 20c lunch from II to 8. v w sw mrmjy m w -' W Br Mai af wJUfumw OPJLESBARGAMNJfiPJJS . Appi?ecJation of the People Clearly shown by tho crowds that thronged our stora for the put hi weoks. The business Is tho biggest in tho history of THE OBIOAO STOBE. We aro keeping the good work np; hammering down prices K that wo may further win your friendship and patronage. Every u la priced down to tho lowest notch FOE THIS SALE, LADIES' JACKETS Prices $2.95, $4.50, $5.00 and $7.50 Prices $2.05, $1.50, $5.00 and $7.50 LADIES' COATS Prices $7.90, $8.50 and $10.00 LADES' CAPES Prices $3.50, $1.50 and $5.90 CHILDBEN'S JACKETS Prices $1.50, $2.50 and $3.50 LADIES' walking: SKIBTS Prices $1.50, $2.50 and $3.60 LADIES' DEESS SKIBTS $2.05, $3.50 and $1.50 LADIES' SUITS $6.90, $8.50, $10.50 and $14.00 LADIES ' WAISTS, WOOL Prices 98c, $1.50 and $1.05 LADIES' SILK WAISTS Prices $2.95, $3.50 and $1.50 LADIES' PETTICOATS Prices 65c, 75c, 85c and $1.50 LADIES' WALKING HAT8 Prices 08c, $1.50 and $2.50 LADIES' DBESS HATS $1.95, $2.50, $3.50 and $1.50 CHILDBEN'S TBIMMED HATS $1.25, $1.19 and $2.25 10 in. Wool Sorgo Dress Goods yd 25c 10 in. Bannockburn Twcod Dress Goods, yd ....49c 75c Covert Cloth Dross Goods, new ..shades, yd 19c $105 ec-in. Broadcloth, yd 69c $2.00 Cravenettes, salo price $1.39 and $1.19 $1.50 Fancy Wood Dress Goods 89c 25c School Plaid Dress Goods, yd 15c 8 l-3c Outing Flannel, yd 5c Best Standard Calicoes, yd . . . .IV3C 15c Tabic Linens Bleached, yd . .29c 15c Turkish Towols Bleached ...10c 81 jc White Towels, price 5c BLACK SILKS 35c, 49c, 65c, 75c and85efj COLOBED DBESS SILKS 19c, 65c and 75c jj 75c VELVETEENS, all colors, yj ttetf $1.50 FANCY WAISTTNO V& VETS, yd 55, 76c DOUBLE BLANKETS, piir tU $L50 COMFORTABLES, price ..ftd1 CHILDBEN'S UNDERWEAR 15c and 25c LADIES' WINTER UNDEBWEiS 25c andS5e LADIES' 25c FLEECE UNED HOSE, prlco '...15e 15c OASHMEBB FLANNELETra pricoyd ,..105 No. 10 NECK BIBBONS, Sits; ji 12$scndl5e MEN'S 49c HEAVY WINTER TJJf. DERWEAE,X prico a BOYS' 39c HEAVY W1NTEB Vt- DERWEAB, prico & MEN'S $1 FELT HATS, pries c MEN'S $3.60 DRES3 SHOES U) LADIES, $255 DRESS SHOES U3 REMNANTS DBESS GOODS Half Wei REMNANTS FINE BILKS Half Pries Best Sans Silk, ball 2i 200-yd Best Spool Cotton lc Darning Cotton, ball .le Children's Handkerchiefs, each lc Men's 10c whito Handkerchiefs 4e Ladies' 8c whito Handkerchltis Jc 8c Bloachod Muslin, yd ...5c Houso Lining, yd , ..Jc Salem'sQi'eatestGrowingStore McEVOY BROS. Corner of Commer cial and Court Streets Class Opening Miss Elaa Weller will meet her pu pils, and aay who desire to study piano, after October 1st. Blancho Bato's New Pliy. Plttsburr. Pa.. Oot 2 David Bh co's new plav. in wbt'h Elscie Eiw is to star, "The Girl 't the GM West." is to have Us rrem.er t new Belaseo theatre 1 rr 'onislt. if' ter engagements in WasLingten, BiW mer and Buffalo the r.a. will be pet on for a season's run at the BUw theatre. New York. Reliable Gtms and Ammunition Dame Fortune is a fickle jade, so it is said, but it Is safe to ssy la the hunt she'll smile soonest on the man who has a good gun. 0m that shoots straight and true, that is loaded with good, reliable ammu nition. Here are some of our standard lines you know them. smL7 TMffVVViiisssssssssssssssssssssiiisssW P ftA""! )issssssssssWH SHOT GUNS L. O. SMITH BEMINGTON rrincA PARKER BROS. STEVENS. WINCHESTER RIFLES i WINCHESTER MART.TN SAVAGE , STEVENS MANARD, JR. REMXNGTON Ammunition for Gun, Rifle or Pistol Hunting Coats, Leggings. Caps, Etc Giro us a call. We try to plcoase. . . For Sale. Three pointer dogs, 8 months old. Call early and g your choice. Bring In your wheel and have fitted with MUD GUARDS AND STEEli RIMS for winter riding. Good work only. Phono Main 363. Your Umbrella tv. it u renalring, COT" ..- .-AtA I put on; a flno uno 01 - all ynAn of repairing. WEt& OTer Lad J & Bash's Bank. 8alem. Or.' 8S0VCk0BDES SEBVED FBOM 0 A. M. TO 0 P. M.