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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1007,
OH
. L. STOCKTON
HisT 300
$ 4.50
$ 9.50
NEW COATS
Copenhagen Blue, Ceam, Tans,
Browns? Bltics, Reds? Plaids? Stripes,
Novelty Mbdutes and Black : :
Tie Prices Range Ft om
$ J .98 to $60.00
Step lively for thete will be a great tush, ion these coats
Two styles in long black coats nicely trimmed in velvet arid pull braid.
One style has pocket and self strapping piped with silk. They are great
values, equal to any $7.50 coat shown in Salem. Sizes run from 32 to 44.
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Seven different styles and cloths, including black, tan, brown and novel
ties, in fact this assortment rivals $12.50 to $15.00 coats shown in or
dinary stores. We bought them for this special sale.
Black Coats with Gray satin lining trimmed in pull braids and velvet, also
tans, castors and browns, novelty mixtures and plaids. This line would
sell readily at $15.00 to $17.50, but we offer them special at $11.00.
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SHOP AT THE "SATISFACTION STORE"
I
rind Opera House
C? F. C0BDBAY, Mgr.
TOAY,SEPT.30
pMightful Rural Drnnm
f Holder's Sake
i kff of Xiw England
BGHT AXI) AUTISTIC
COMPANY
Imx NEW PLAY WITH A
'SEW THEME AND TREAT
MENT.
Nf. 5c, 25c.
: m! tt box offlco Monday at
9 a. m.
INGER-GRAND
THEATRE
COMMENTING SEPTUM.
BER 23.
WHITING BROS..
fMd Comedy Company
wt Fall to See
lobile Theives
tSMU0Bal Plctlim l?llm
hwOMWSCES NIGHTLY.
Ocand20c
LI"0 nave "Trust."
k7ivMUs-i Sept. 27 mimIii.
I7 B? buHnoBs men
.JWw!2 , n and middlemen
tteDXSll?d ,U Purpose
thi of cottn. which
tA doubled since the
a h wutence, the or-
ff mi Lmovement that
?. S1"5 wh Prac-
1 rrinVu 4 Already the
E: r eaii. 7- ,ues will
11659 eh la 8,as not ex-
L. ttVi .
3lut aI"gencylsnowIn
LitF:' oil, ThV 3J e-s
N5nj that with"
-w xaraeri
will bo buying everything thoy cnt,
use and wear through tho contral
purchasing ngoncy of tho farmer's
trust."
A flro Insurance company con
trolled by tho mombors of tho union
hns boon Inoxlstonco aevornl months
and hns placed a largo volumo of
buslnoss.
Tho union now has a dozen or
ganlzors In the field and Is rapidly
extending Its mombership In every
county of tho states, until It nppoars
likely that within a very short time
nearly every Mississippi farmer will
bo enrolled In tho ranks. Tho lend
ers in tho movement Btato that UH).
000 mombors nro assured by tho first
of next year.
Now warehouses aro bolng built
constantly In the prlnlcpnl cotton
growing centers, and tho union will
soon bo nblo to placo in storage nil
of tho cottqn raised by Its mombors,
to bo hold until Biich tlmo na tho
prlco demanded Is offered.
As tho momborBhlp In each com
munity becomes sufficient to sup
port such an Institution, tt is said
to bo tho plan of tho union leaden
to establish ca-operntlvo stores, until
tho entire state has been covorod
with a not-work of mercantile estab
lishments. That tho union, conduct
ed, as It Is, along sound business
lines, could purchase goods In such
largo quantities as to undersell oth
er merchants; appears likely.
Tho offlcors declare that tho
Farmers union Is free from the de
fects that have made failures of so
many othor co-operatlvo BcheraeB.
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To Open National Buffalo Park.
Lawton, Okla., Sept. 27. The
high wlro fence now being built
nround the buffalo park In tho
Wichita national game preserve, at
a cost of $35,000 Is noarlng comple
tion, and the herd of 27 buffalo do
nated to the government by tho
American Dlson society will be
placed in tho park somo tlmo next
month. The animals aro now at tho
New York zoological garden, but It
Is thought that tho climate of south
western Oklahoma and the freedom
allowed by tho big park aro bettor
adapted to tho propagation and long
evity. Several buffalo have also been
given to tho government by Pawnee
Dill and the Miller Brothers, own
ers of the "101" ranch, and these
will be placed In the park. If the
experiment proves successful the
herd of buffalo now In Yellowstone
national park will bo transferred to
CLOVER SEED
WANTED
We pay cash for Red Clover and
Alslke. Send us sample and state
quantity you have to offer.
John Hughes Co.
4i to 474 Me Street, ,
Salem, Qreffe.
Oklnhoma, ns tho climate thoro Is
thought to bo too Bovoro for tholr
best dovolopmont.
Tho Wichita nntlonnl gamo pro
Borve contains ovor (JO, 000 acres and
is located In tho mountainous dis
trict of southwestern Oklnhomn,
whore It Is bollvcd tho rapidly van
ishing buffnlo will thrlvo to tho host
ndvnntnKe. Superintendent Frank
Rush will go to Now York noxt
month for the zoo herd, and In tho
menntlmo, conditions will bo mado
as nearly as possible Hko thoso un
dor which tho king or Amorlcan
boasts thrived on tho prnlrlos of tho
unsettled Houthwost and wost. Tho
spot chosen for the buffalo park Is
ono of tho most rugged In tho
Wichita mountains.
Many species of small gamo will
lift nnnt liorn 1)V tho COVOmmcnt with
tho Introduction of tho buffalo.
o
General Robert E. Leo
Was the greatest general tho world
has over known. Ballard's Snow
Liniment Is tho groatost Liniment.
Quickly curcB all pains. It Is within
tho roach of all. T. II. Polntor,
Hempstead, Texas, writes: "Thla is
to certify that Ballard's Snow Lini
ment has been used In ray household
for years and Ma boen found to bo ,
an excellent Liniment for rhoumatlo
pains. I am never without It." Sold
by D. J. Fuy.
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Sim Francisco Shakes.
San Francisco, Sept. 27. Two
earthquako shocks of severe vio
lence wero felt hero and In tho bay
counties during the early hours of
yesterday morning. Tho first was a
fow minutes after midnight, and tho
second, tho more violent of tho two,
was ten minutes after 4 o'clock.
Neither shock was sovero onough.0
throw anyone out of bod, but they
served as unpleasant reminders of
the crash of a year ago.
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Tho Tcxa9 Wonder.
-l.. nil IrMnnO tllflflflQr Qnd
rheumatic troubled; sold by all drug
gists, or two months' trial treatment
by mall for U00. Dr. E. W. Hall,
2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo
Send for testimonials. Sold by Stone's
drug store.
MAY' SETTLE STRUCK.
President Promises to Consider
Present Phase of Trouble,
Washington, Sept. 27. Prosldont
Roosovolt's declaration that ho would
consider tho presont phnso of the
tolegrnphor's strlko, Is rccolvod with
enthusInBm by tho oporntora.'ln tho
menntlmo tho project to call out tho
contract operators will bo suspended
President Small says tho oporntors
will bo glad to accept Nelll as unl
plro, if tho ProBldont dccldos for ar
bitration. Tho companies' ofllclals
refuse to commont on tho now turn
of nffnlrs. It Is considered In tho
East that a BoUlcmont In favor of
tho operators Is now certain.
THE
Crowds
Is Your Boy Ready
For School?
OUR BOYS' SUITS arc built to stand school wear.
The fabrics are se
lected with es
pecial regard for
wear resisting
qualities, then 'ev
ery garment is
properly made. We're showing a great assortment of
NEW FALL STYLES
in Boys Knickerbocker Knee Pant Siiiis, ages 3 to 1 6,
and young men's long Pant Suits, ages 1 0 to 1 9.
Buster Brown Blue Ribbon School
ollOeS all bear the famous trade mark which stands
DROWN MARKKA fnt roliahlo m.aflk Fvorv nnlc Jc
w - ww MSiiwt ewva fMSi
built to give satisfaction.
IN SHANK
IT TAKES
SOLID
LEATHER
SHOES
to stand the test during
the rainy season.
BUSTER
BROWN
BLUE RIBBON
SHOES
rf
JMiEN
Kj&ars?i&4 (d4a
&&FySem4& &i.
WW a!
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ml A
A"! X
''Allb.' IT 'ill
rIMJ .T"1 jmv
vBHp P M"K i
&7 S Cfi-je.
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AflNE
PLAY
MONDAY
That are daily
fitted at our
store are a
demonstration
of the superior
STYLES
LEATHERS
FITTING
QUALITIES
of the most ex
clusive line of
shoes ever
shown in Salem
1V irnll irnnrtit r?nil-flltloil.
New York, Sept, 27. Final ar-
rangemenis wera ixjuijucicu ...,
for the state convention of Hearst s
Independent league, which will bo
called to order at 2 o'clock tomor
row afternoon in Carneglo hall. The
call for tho convention Indicates
that tho Independent league Intenus
to exercise tho full functions of a
regular political party.
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Sick Headache.
This disease Is caused by a de-
raHgmeat of the stomach. Take a
dose of Chamfeerlala's 8toaaca aad
T.trar Tablets to correct tals dUerder
a4 the pick heaaaehje will itaWf.
rr ale at Dr. Wae's irs etere.
VpMMHHNMMHHMMMMNMUw
TIF BMTF
1 shoe7
444 State Street
Tte New TiMum B(g.
'Tor Mother's Sakc"Ono of llio
Dcst of the New Plays
Do you know that ono of tho onsls
In tho desert of theatrical offorlntja
this season is tho hep.utlful drama,
"For Mothor's Sako"?
This play was an assured auccoss
after tho first production, critics
ncrnnliiL' thnf RllHPO & Holltllld had
In it a plcco of theatrical property
that would ylold a handsome rovenuo
fnr iiovornl voars to como.
Muny mnnngeis whou asaurod of
a plnys oucccss start to "cut tho
comers" that tho profits may ho
largor. Not so tho men rosponBlhlo
for " For Mother's Sako." Instead
thoy sot ahout to Btrongthon an al
ready strong company.
Tho plot and action of tho play
movo with a refreshing BwlftntJ.
Incident grows out of incldont until
tho Involved plot la clearly unravel
ed. Tho Intorost novor lags, and
tho comedy foaturos predominate.
Tho company la a particularly
strong one, and tho specialties aro
nil now. Tho waits botwoon acU
havo been shortened to a minimum,
wtinn vnti rnnnldor tho mnBslVOnOSS
of tho production carried. All things l
omuraceu in iu wmnui mw
summed up In tho ono word "per
fection." A special foaturo of tho
production is tho sconery, which h
historically and geographically cor
rect In every dotall Tho dato of thlf
company's apperanco Is Monday,
Soptemhor 30, at tho Grand opera
house.
VETCH AND
CHEAT
SEED
Wo havo a limited amount of each
on hand, and if you will need any
better put your order In early, as
the supply will not equa the de-
maad.
Ti'ituHforti of Itval Estate.
Tho following deeds have boon
lllod for tocord In tho olllco of tho
Marion county recorder:
M. Small et ux to Daisy F.
Dowsor, 1 aero In SUvorton,
w d $ 7G0
Clins. Soderborg ot ux to D. Mc
Cloary, 70 Mr ncros, hoc 19, t
C b, 1 o, q o d 1
Ward Lont to I'orry W. See
ly, 10.02 acres, t 5 a, r 1 w,
w d 3000
8. C. Dllloy to O. and 13.
Dllloy, 100 acres, boo 28, t
0 s, r 3 o, w d , COO
U. T. and S. E. Hall to J. L.
and A. Wood, 1 nci'O, t C 8,
r 1 w, w (1 27C
If. L. Saga old to J. A. Car
son et ux, undivided 1-3 In
torost in 97 acres, see 21,
t 4 0, r 1 w, q c d. , 10
E. A. Gilbert ot nl to h, H. Mc-
Mahnn, n y, lot 3, Cook'a
addition to Salem, q c d, . 1G00
D, II, Loech ot ux to Vernon
F. Kelloy, land In Quoon
Ann's nddltloif, Salem, w d. 2400
Stato ot Oregon to John B.
Iteady, n w M of n o , see
10, t 8 b, r 2 o, d 100
J. 8. Iteady ot ux to Nehalem
Investment Co., 40 ncros, sec
10 t 8 b, r 2 o, w d 10
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Tho season for upland birds be
gins noxt TuoBday, Tho Albany Hor"
aid had a pretty tough story the
othor day about a. horso swallowing
n hawk, but it any ono doubts ttt
nud will furnish tho bird, the wrltor
will give a domonntrutlon that a
horso editor can swallow a pheasant
Tilisoa & Co.
fsuteiuighsttKt
Pfcoac i 39 SUm, Or
The O. K. Store
y&ROCpfriy H
12th Street, Near Woolen Mills.
ATTENTION TO DETAILS.
And dally buying of fresh supplies
has gained for this grocery store Its
largo run of patronage. Standard
goods as well as thoso that have sen
sons are to bo found here continu
ously and in ploaty,
A WELL STOCKED GROCERY.
help solve the hoswheW problem.
We do It fer yor.
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