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DAILY OAPF AIi JOURNAL, flVLKM, QRKOON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 10O.
j, L. STOCKTON THE OLD WHITE CORNER New Suits and Coats Received 1 V- .1 m ,r Today itjJv(JMlih 111 WulfllliN Lw jl II ll I 2 Those long-looked-for Suits and Coats are in. Come at your earliest op portunity and see them. The first comers get the plums. sit s'rt liyiw.-mCT rail kM Mr 2 il MOST EXCITING RACES ,0F WEEK YESTERDAY; MORE REGORDS BROKEN BY "JOCK" LUCAS Tho ConsolnUon stako of $1000. oxclting flnlshoa at each tlmo. ffhol la the 2:08 class pacing rnco was tho tlmo mado In thla event was 2:00 In flrat number on the card yesterday, tho first heat and 2:05 Y. In tho sec- and wbb won by Defliah In thrco ond heat, thla tlmo broaklng tho straight heats. Tho horsoa and drlv- Northwest record of 2:06. Tho era ontorod In this race wero Delilah tlmo mado In tho third and fourth (Rutherford), Miss Idaho (Walton), heat was 2:09 flat and 2:09. Boynnlo M. (Hogoboom), aeraYdlhe Thoso two horses wore, without R (Wallace), Lord Lovelaco (Walker) J doubt, tho fastest, over entering In a Lord Lovolaco got No, 1 position on contest on tho local track In tho 2:05 tint -t.U lH 1L. A-.i I m. . .1 ..... . . .. vuu auiu hi iuo ursi neat anu nuia tho position In first placo for tho first quartor with Delilah within a hoad of bolng to tho good with him and Miss Idaho third, Bonnlo M , fourth and Gernldlno fifth. Tho last of tho first halt Dolllah took tho lead by rounding Lord Lovelace and finished undor tho wlro a longth to ttie morry, Lord Lovelaco ' second, Miss Idaho third, Bonnlo M,, fourth and Goraldlno fifth. The tlmo In this heat was vory fast, bolng 2:07. Tho Bccond heat in this event mado ,tho two best bents over paced over tho Lone Oak track. Delilah was an easy winner of thh heat, passing the stnko two lengths nhcad of Lord Lovolaco In Bccond position. Bonntnc M., and Qeraldlno mado a protty run for third position In this heat In tho class, and thoy wore evenly matched. 2: 10 Trot, Tho 2:19 trlttlng rnco was 4ho third number on tho card with a piurso of 800, arid UiIb ovont re sulted In tho most interesting ex hibition of racing heretofore bolng pulled off on the Lone 'Oak track.' Six: out of Boven entries In- tho race were ilf afteV"thV,rifiit'm,onoy, and they raced until Rundown with out making a decision as to who would bo tho winner. Pour hoat3 were pullod off' without a wlnnor, and tho contest for the fifth heat la to bo continued at 1 o'clock today. Tho horses entering lllln event wore Henry Gray, Patsy Itlce, Monlcrat, Dbo Mundy, Zombronut and Black smith. In tho flrBt heat Black smith got tho pole, but Mohl stretch, Bonnie Mgettlug tho ptacorat d Mm bofore f,tho mi by n head. Tho tlmo mado In IhU h,f d Rnd -won tKo neat was 2:07. Tho third ana pn . ...,. -rv 0w. , last heat Delilah carried tho leading p,uok. lrottor -drlvon uy Hardnngol, puro U..UU. .. w.ru iron u.u uu.t WM , 8Ccond oatlon ,n thu Btrotch by two lengths Tho Hold was strung ftnd wouU, ,mv0 won tho hcRt ja(i ho out consldornb v un to the stretch not ,0t h,a 8tr,do nnd n tho ftU t when Bonnlo M., Lord Lovolaco and t0 CRtch hlmBoK Btunib,0d.and turned Miss Idaho congregated and mado a ft comploto BomorBnult, throwing tho nlco fight for second and third poa , dr,vop flovorft, foot nhcndt Tho ,lor80 tlons Lord Lovolaco getting second, or dp,VOr Mfforod no fl0r,oua lhJurjr Bonnie M., third and Miss Idaho ,.,,,, ho Illt,onpn ntaVaa tho fourth. Tlmo 2:08. unfortunato for a- fnvorato. aftor tho 12:03 ClnnH. mlshnp. Patsy Rice got second placo In tho Knpld TranBlt Purso of In tho hont, Dr. Munday third- and $1000 in tho 2:05 class, two of tho Blncksmlth fourth. Monlcrat again fastest racors over contesting on 'tho took the lead In, tho second boat and Lono Onk track, Mona Wilkes and hold It until tho flrBt-pf tho Btrotch Lolnnd Onwnrd, woro ontorcd. Lo .whon" Zombronut ran up to lib nock land Onward wns drlvon by Walker and with a good Bpurt noar tho fin and caught tho money In four brok- lsh, Bcorod flrat position. Dr. Mundy en heats, tho first broken honttj had a nlco scrnmblo for third place HllllllllllinilllHIIIIIIIHIIilllllllillllHIIIIIIIIl IIII1MIW4 durnR th0 13 rnc08 w,,,ch ,mvo been with Henry Gray and boat him to It. fortland Railway light and Power State Fair Car Service Co, pulled off this weok. He traveled un- in tho third heat Zombronut go tho f dor the wlro In socond plnco tho flrat , polo nnd lend at tho flrat quarter, heat and copped out tho throo ro-.but was pockotod by Monlcrat who mnlnlng heats In first position, wns forced to pull In nhend of him Mona Wllkoa was drlvon by tho wt)ll- owing to tho field crowding to closo $ v . . known driver Chadburn, who won ' tho first boat closo, but finished slow townrd itho polo. Monlcrat hold tho load to tho Btrotch, when Honry Monlcrat was out to fourth poaltloa In this heat tor taking an unavoid able position In front of Zombronut at the flrat quartor, Doc Mundy got third placo and Zombronut second. Tho fourth' boat, which waa the last for tho day, wa8 also won by the gray horse, Henry Gray, Henry Gray was plnccd at tho polo and placed hlniBclf In tho load by a length where re remained until the stretch when ho gained another length pulling up luudor the tape two longths to tho good. Monlcrat and Dee Mundy gdt second and third places with Zombronut a closo fourth position. Tho spectators woro all enthused by the gritty ac tions of Honry Gray, tho horao who had tho mishap, and at oach hea altorward whon tho racer ontorod tho track from tho paddock, ho waa glvon a hearty cheer Tho raco lies botweon two horses for thta stake of $800, Ahoy being Monlcrat and Honry Gray, Monlcrat having the lit tlo tho best of tho situation aa far as form Is concorncd although the favorlto 1b Henry Gray. Tho raco was to bo fllnlshod at 1 o'clock thla attornoon. Tho running 3 M furlong race of a selling pufte $100 was won by Tim ber, Jim, the property of .Tamea Brown, Lady W. got second motley in tins event, anu, uiu onori intra money. The running ,-tnllo Belling purse ,$100 was won by St. Alblns, Battle Goodwin second and May Pink third. Tho time made In; these two running ovonts wore: for ' the first race, .4214; second event, 1;02H. t a ' MUSICAL PROGRAM AT TUB FAIR TONIGHT. Bnturttfty Nlglit. -Program. McElroy's Military Band'w. B. Mo- Blroy, director. 1. March, "Lovo of Liberty," Scou ton. 2. Ovorturo, "Lutsplol," Kollot Bolla. 3. Trombono solo, Bolocted, Dallas Qllmoro. 4. Vocnl solo, "Resignation," Romn, Mrs. Hnlllo Parrlsh Hlngos. 5. Patrol, "La Caravano," Asch. IntcrmlMtoti. G. Modloy, "On Broadway," Lampo. 7. MIbb Mooro In selections. 8. Cornot solo, Bolocted, Mr. B. P. Drlscol, 9. Quartet.' 10. March, National Airs." o Kodol will, without doubt, make your stomach Btrong and will almost Instantly rollovo you of all the symp tonis of Indication. Get a bottle 0, It to day. It la sold hero by all dnugglsts. u Thoro is yet tlmo to do n lot of noxt ycnr'n wood killing. In tho threo remaining henta. Tho Gray, tho plucky rncor which had ..'two fast horsoB put up noma beaut!-, tho fall, pulled up nloiiKsldo of him I ; ful racing, running nock and nock nnd at tho last fow foot spurted to 1 ' through tho four heatH and making tho front n winner by n hnlf longth. The Portland Railway Light and Power Company will furnish 5-rainiite car service from 19 a.m.to 11:30 ' p. fi. on the Fair Grounds line. Fron 11:31 to 11:11 p. m. we will maintain 1 15-Miixfe service. The last car will leave State and Ce ercial at 11:31 for tbe fair gronads, retiniig ( State aid Coamercial' at 11:51. ReftiaTcafs' will leave State aii Coneercial Street at !!:! o Jhlbi .(TOTtlA. ,lh Kind Yoa Haw Mwh Wipe m - A Nature intended man to be happy and to be able to give F5 v 'ifW?" ?. m. ntward tasiid 01 regalir nils. Awith SUEM, W00DBURN, SILYERTON, MlDNT AW Smile All the While Look at healthy children look at the healthv man or woman and you see the pleasures that come from perfect health the protection that wards off the excesses of Jife to-day GhirardelliS Cft?o the perfect food drink braces up the system strengthens the body and enthuses the brain into perfect activity besides it plckscs the palate, t09. 30 cup of a d!iciu drink 25c twm, ft t& fr J '7 i I 4 4fl I HllMMHmi IHHUHMiW It I 1 1 1 II 1 1 i 1 1 1 ItHi 1 1 in int H-