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i:U"M fl; IN SOCIETY 9 9 Set, for The Recordings the of the Social Past Week i .---""-' m- 4 1 Mmiiirwmy' r rEi' ft . ! I 1 )M ffT I A - . . i ' I ' - .- 1L. J-fJi- sftsfJr-ftaser " I' v JUr-., ...j, r ft H -irSBS AMbT C&-. Jall"rvVxXvr l ?TTiiBsssrf isnsssssr? Ir fl 1, 3sgs& fedl -" ifiSI FURNITURE for Porch and Lawn M-il ' ;-- .. mn..s fnmfnrfnKfo ilian Mir Vnrlnf4 HUUIillS IIILKI IIUJ IIIUIi LiiMiiuiiuuii. uiun uw, ww. "!.!- t-l.l. -., Ciiflnir Rnnrlmc fir Mio tornnrfa uur line ui ruitn aim luitii iuihuuk. wmpiM u ... . .t . ii 1 .! -1.1 sola at prices mat are reasonaDie cinu wmim me reai.ii oi an. FOR THE CAMPER We have a fuif line of Tents, Cots, Blankets, Quilts, and all things needful to take on your outing. ' ,, .i..,n la Hu-in.nine an old-fashioned cnanvan aim ... these days, and for the next month Remington generously treated the inese uaj, mm nor,nr Thr-best wishes of their or so win remain ramur uurrcu. oci- -- .,, Many people are out of town enjoy- many friends go out to this joung . hir vftatioM. The nast week, couple. The bride Is a comely, sen- ! ... . ..i. ..t di.ia vnnns woman who will make However, nas ueeu ijmiu jijou o.. .- . Launching parties arc now the order an Ideal wife, and the groom, a rural of the day, and hardly an evening mall carrier, Is a popular ana muu-- some crowd spend- nasses. without in a fp- hours on the Willamette. The Chemawa school commencement will prove a pleasant diversion for the comlne week. Of the resorts, trlous young man. Independent. Little People Have Picnic The primary department of the Little Beginners class of the First Newport is taking the lead, and ru-JM. K. Sunday school, gave a pleas- mora of the numerous cood times am picnic ut .uanuu u" i'- ,. l.l. M-ltti nnni rAtnrn nP mirSflAV aiLUmtJUIl 1IUUI 1 IUUJ7 UU.A 11 lfc .vs tw.uiuuD ."""' I .. . I i 1 pleasure seeker. Cascadla, the sum o'clock nndl 7. and about 50 little folks were present. Games of all kinds were played, and luncheon was serv ed later In the evening. A number of the mothers of the little people iniiinii Sriw.nl rnmniprriwnoiif. I were nresent. Mrs. Farmer super- One of the events of the comlnc intendent of the primary depart- weck will be the commencement ex- ment, a number of mer resort above Lebanon, is also coming in for a large share of visitors. I SUNDAY I' SERVICES I U. I-'rit-iiW Church. Highland Avenue. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m and s p. in. Junior Endeavor at 3 p m. Y. P. S. C. E. nt 7 p. in. body cordially Invited, meeting Thursday at S p. m. E very-Prayer Oliver Central Congregational. Sunday school and Endeavor mote tags as usual. No forenoon preach-J Jng service.- Service conducted by N. Kon worthy, pastor tho paitor at 8 p. m. First Methodist. 8. Paul's Kpicoml. Itev. W. H. Selleck will preach at Chemekt-ta and Church .streets. 10:30 a. m. on "The Secret of His Itev. Uarr G. Lee, rector. Services ' .-.. ..i .. c .. . ..L ..vv.u, HUU HI o f. 111. UU 1 I1U erclses of the Salem Indian Indus trial school at Chemawa. There will be three days doings, July 29th, 30th and 31st. Sunday, Rev. "W. G. Eliot, Jr., will preach the bacca laureate sermon In the auditorium. Mnnd.iv will be athletic rinv. and all kinds of field sports, Including anjternoon gave a party In honor of her neice, Miss Alice Palmer, or balem teachers, and Miss Anna Xowlen, teacher of the "Beginners," with her assistants, Miss Mclntire and Miss Winnns, had charge of the children. Kiitertniim Salem Girl. Mrs. Judge Palmer yesterday af- Interesting ball game will be held Tuesday will be the main day. The morning will be taken up mostly who is here on a visit. Fifteen or twenty young ladles enjoyed the """"'MB " - n7. 11, luuaii; I " vm... ,'wut.to iuuivo vujuj m vnw with an inspection of the industrial I event, a delightful time being had department of the school. At 1 ' at the pleasant home of Judge Pai nt 7:30 a, m. and 11 a. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. No evening ser vice. (icrnwn Lutheran, llegular Sunday service at 10:30 a. m., In tho German Lutheran St. John's church, corner of Centor ami Fourteenth streets. George Englo, pastor. Pentecotnl MNon, Fifteenth and Mill streets. Sun day school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Testimony sorrlco at 7 i. m. Friday evening prayer meeting. United llreltiren. Tho no' pastor of tho Yew Park United llrethron ehuroh, Hov. O. A. Martin, till preach next Sabbath nt 11 a. m. Rtbbath sohool at 10 a. ni. The public are Invited. Christ Lutheran. East State strwt Hov. Adolph Kberlc. pastor. Sevuntk Sunday af ter Holy Trinity. Sundav school 9.30 a. m. ui. sermon st n a sermon. Wells of Salvation." Miss Dora Wl nan will sing nt the morning ser vice and Miss Beryl Emerson at the ovcnlng hour. Epworth League at 7 p. m. niblo school at 12 in. All are cordially Invited. ChrUtlnn Science. First Churrh nf fliH.it C,lr,.i. I 110 Chcmeketa street. Services: Sunday nt 10 a. m. and S p. in. Sub ject of lesson sermen: "Love." Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Tho testimonial meeting is hold at S O'clock I). III.. Wodnosdav ovnnln.. Heading room In the church open oach afternoon except Sunday. A cardial invitation extended to all. TKSTI.MOXY ALL IX. Ihiumlnry Line )M,te Will on Go t Supreiuc Court. AHornoy-Goneral Craw(ord lms oowplweJ uklag twlmony in the tiouadar)' Mm suit of Washington agalsvst OrROn over th location of AlUr sorvlooat 1:J a.'th stato llao B ,b. ,0w,r ColBWbla m., vnMletory Fln.1 Cougregatlotwl. Prachlni at 10:30 a. w. by hv. !' 8. KnlKhJ. Untan srvtc at g o'clock p. m.. iddrwsMHl by jr. I)odB. a mlMiewry to Chiaa. Sua day ehft at IS w. y. p. s. C. K t 7 p. Bl. 1'lr.t llirMUu. At Tlosa Halt u,. m CkriHUa ehuroh m hoM its morals swim at 10:30. Thwao; -TUo Osmm of Chrlrtlsn IJfo." BkU caool at IS m. Christian Hodwvor at 7 u m. Junior C K. at 3 30 p w. irl0(, vlw .t the Klrt CoasrogaUonal churth at p. m. SAPE AND BFJTER rlw, and return! to Salow from i-oriwnu last nlKat Mr. Crawfori U of tM oplaloo that the ut of OrKo u mors than hold In hr ,w tho dUpnio. iu wUl eo to WMhingtoti, a c. jh KUUf 0f Prtt and arS th cas Wfor th svpnmi oourt of th I'mtod 8uiw. Xr. Cr fowl dos not oect Ore- tlUr do Wahtnion npct to Bs4n th whole rlvr. n u kn.i tjint th suu of Washington broosht l t few, to (bllh & Hsw. than to nta tht polnu coaiepdtd tot. o'clock the band will give a concert At 2 the graduating exercises occur at the nuditorium when a class of six will receive their diplomas. The class motto Is "New Triumphs Dedi cate New Struggles." Tho class colors are light blue and gold. At 6:30 p. m. the students will give a dress parade, which is al ways Interesting, as they are well trained. In the evening at S o'clock there will be given the musical and liter ary entertainment, which is the most interesting of the three days. The studonts have labored hard this year, to make this the best of any ontortainmont they have given, and no doubt every one will be pleased These exorcises should be largely attended by Saloin people. Not only Is It a treat to be able to attend them, but It Is a delight to go to Chemawa, for the grounds are beautiful. Tho following letter speaks for Itself, and will give people a chance to attend the exercises: "Portland, Ore., July 2, 1S06. lu reply to your letter of the ISth, wo will on this occasion, have train No. 15 fctop at the Chemawa school, Tuesday evening, July Jist. (sinn ed) L. H. Fields. Sunt. S p r This is the late overland which arrives at Salem about 11:10 p. m. Those wishing to drive out can have ample rooms In the ba3 for their teams. mer. Albany Democrat. The Side Delivery Clover Windrower and Bund AHnnhpa to the outtec oar ot any mower, and fltOivnn n.. . continuous windrow at the rear of the machine, or in bunches ajr' They thus get tne nay out oi me way tor tno iiorses for tbe nt and do not gather up a lot of dead trash, as does tho common rakt !!- (a cnvorl tlmf wnnlil nthnrwlsrt bi Inst, mid tln mA.i i in raking or tramped out by tho horses on 'the next round. With tU outdr ena snoo wm aiso nanuie vuicu to perrcction. uall and inijw Plymouth Binder Twine The most noDular twiue on the market on account of Ita . i... . v.vu 1IE(k goou quaii'y. we nave soiu an unusuai quantity tms season, and ljT( over any number of new customers. F.A. Wiggins IMPLEMENT HOUSE Farm Machinery of all sorts, Vehicles, Blcyclea and Sewing Machlneii Oregon. The Weighing Party. "weighing party, given at the home of Mrs. S. M. Childers, on Centor street, last evening, by the Endeavor society of the First Chris tian church, was a success In every way. The house and grounds were beautlfullv decorated with flowers and lighted with Japanese lanterns. A picked orchestra furnished music throughout the evening. The time was spent In playing games and sing ing. Later In the evening refresh ments were served. As each guest arrived, they were obliged to mount the large scales provided, and were charged ten cents for each 100 pounds. v.-. .... . " meter by U ft is al,5t fci It f, t tU UsHM S,vc, ,4 OsmS,. SWstAtc Bant T V m - I - A fillK U-IJ- . UL!t3ouSU tKTOOILVAUlA. 1'IOXKHK Dial). UnnrU Win. Vl. i .. 1 Uln Ih Shty.Thr,H. UM at Aurora. LN WlU, an octoMturt.. ...i Ofee lone, d ) ,t Awa. 1U rmd the uuin tB Ta,. He reakkol t a.. ... f t Ume Mnce. . , ai . t avunog as o( x y . .. .vivlh,htavueand.xehildre. - . - are MsMr rmt4 dt. . Mr. Will m ,. . C. Will, of tt.i. ... l u- The fuRurtt win lj, i,., e... Mtornoou (rora the faw,li roWaaoe. SuesforDUorw. Mrs. Lna Kannahahn v.. mettctfd dlvorco procdlnB, aWMi , lbAbQ In dei4ttment No. J of tho circuit court. The pWBUff !. cruel and Inhuman trwtment on the part ot the defendant, and asks for the eustodr , . ' . chlldwu. a8i. rwpecttvely. 54 anJ Juonth. per I-imirh Party. Mlu Althesi Moores art d. light ful launch oarty Thursday tb party left the dock about 3 o'clock and spend the remainder of the day and evening on the banks of the Willamette a few mile above town. Mr. A. N. Moore in.) t John iJc.N'arj chaperoned the crowd. Ice Crenm StK-UL The Ice cream social Si.n i,ih WU of the intermediate denar.mpnt of the Leslie M. E. chu.oh. Tn.,v erwlng on the lawn of Mrs. Amelia Miller's home on South Commercial wrw. was pleasant event. Ice creein and cake were sentd from wall Ikiwered- trimmed tables, and "" s aura irom a buoth. The aar ' aUo uccej(ol flaanclal ly, over Its being takea la. The proceeds are to go toward the South Commercial street Improvement l'tt-d. The little cils tn rk. t i tmble were Uiseos Allee Warner. or TOWBtend, Mabel 0 Hyng. Klale DettCMr. Acne .. n..K.! Hark and Cecil Rohanaon. UoinliiKia.iri,,,t WeUdnK. Mis Carrie Rtta Priest ad vr. Uverne Thomas Reia,. nf Woodburn. wore married In Salem a Wedneaday. Jly ,s. n n Krrett, otUeiattax. The kiw .., returned to Woodburn on the even- h tram and sat down to a fine Pper nrotared for tK. .. . homo ot the bride's parents, Mr. and -" - Priest. To the many rlends who callod uuh congratula- v.. ,ai0r lB .ve g . croaw and oake ere served. About svco-Ktlwy were eacort4 to the homo which the em ,.. .. . . Jlmeelr for the meruoV oT hu brld. uhero thai- a. ,.. ". In Honor of .Miss Olds. Miss Eva Old, of Portland, was the honor guest at a delightful launch party on the Wllllamette Fri day afternoon, given by the Misses Nellie and Harriett Eaton and Louise Cronlse. The launch "IJo" was chartered, and the party left the dock about 2 o'clock. After a long ride up the Willamette they disembarked and spent the remainder of the day and evening very pleasantly. A daln ty luncheon was served In tho even ing, after which big bonfires were built and the girls told stories and sang songs until the launch came for uiew. j nose present were tho Misses Era Olds, of Pertland: nwBt . 'W'-HH. ocnuuz. tia schultz. Marie Hofer. Nellie Baton. Harriet Eaton and Louise Cronlse. Mls Olds has been the guest of Miss Beesle Schultz the past week, and has been delightfully entertained at several Informal parties. She has made many friends during her short ay here. She will return to Port land Sundav. AXOTHKK INDIAN ESCAPED. William Morgnn, 11 Little Indian From Montana, Left Chemawn ami Found nt Albany. William Morgan, a little Indian boy, whose homo is at Blackfoot, Montana, ran away from tho Salem Indian Training school, at Chemawa, yesterday afternoon and boarded a freight train here for the south. He reached Albany at 7 o'clock last ev ening, and was taken into custody by the Albany police, and will be brought back to Chemawa today. The little Indian said the treatment accorded the boys at Chemawa is not good. He had formerly been a pupil at a mission school in Montana This makes about a dozen small boys who have escaped from the training school within the past two weeks. I i I I 1 1 1 1 i 1 I 1 1 1 1 in ; 'REAL ESTATE TRANSFO a a ""ssnasssssnani ' Marion County Land Thin Changing Ownership pria .. That Obtained. 1 1 m 1 n 1 1 m iiiiiiiuri The following real estate tru were filed with the county r yesterday: R. E. and W. A. Moore3 to St lem State Bank, south (i feet, lot 4, block 48, city oil Salem, exct deed 1(J R. E. Moores, et al to Salea State Bank. V, Interest In south 65 ft, lot 4, block II, City of Salem, q c d G. W. and M. P. Johnson to i M. Range, lot 2 blk 3. Corno- ton's add city of Salem I Cionp Is a violent inflammation of W cous membrane of the wind sometimes extend to the lanji S bronchial tubes: and is one of till dangerous diseases of childid. 1 SJSl1 i7.i Snow Liniment externally ti throat. 25c. 50c and si. For nil D. J. IYy. F-esKTmnmmmt ,,,7,, mijuin .ZZZI Dnivno Defends Suit. William Dawne, of Yamhill coun ty, through his attorney, C. L. Mc Nary, filed an answer to the suit brought In the justice court by Chas. mos a, come3 on fa tt, v"u'"""' "siviub f-to uamages, ai- Give frequent small doses of fl leged to have been received In a fight Horehound Sup and apply B Monday on State street, in which Dawne attacked and beat Caulkins. In tho answer filed this morning, Dawne alleges that on the Saturday night preceedlng the fight. Caulkins. who is a stranger and unacquainted with Dawne's wife, met her on State street, and by motions and gestures invited her to enter a saloon. Dawne also alleges that later in the day Caulkins tried to flirt with Mrs. Dawne on the street, and on the ev ening of the same day followed Mr. and Mrs. Dawne Into a State street restaurant, and made an Insulting remark to her. Dawne alleges In his answer that he was Justified In maklnc tho . sault on Caulkins, and that he nt once made a plea of assault In the uu recorder's court, rnd paid n fine of $5, which he thinks is ample pun ishment for the offense. City Bonds. We have an opportunity to some school' district No. ! at par. Any one wishing tot some call on Derbv & WlllsOB. 110 Commerdill Fo Sale One of tho Ewald tracts, f house. 2 acres clear, we'1' Price. $625. $237 cash, U'J $5.00 per month without U'K" A nln R.rnnm rnttaee and fl lot, 2 blocks from car line, for I See DERBY & W1LLS0S "The Dalles Diamond" Flour t makes the whitest bread t remains moist the longest makes four to five loaves more, it lias the best flavor of all hard wheat flour we ever sold. Rcmcn.be, our great reduction sa,e of Dishes, Glassware, etc. Our Fru,ts are the best selected on the market. BRANSON & HSHER , -.. csaica irittx 9 432 State Street.