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DAILY OAWTAI, JOUKMATi, SALTBW, OKMM "40XIAy; SEPTKXnklt 21, 1&08.
drawn handkerchief; 2d on display of drawn work. Mrs. Chris Spltzbard, Salem, 1st child's dreBs (drawn work). Belle "West, Salem, 2d on lunch cloth (drawn work). Lottie Dlmlck Salem, 2d on hand kerchief (drawn work); 2d on child's sacquo (crocheting); 1st on center piece; 2d on display on chochctlng. Pearl Rork, Salem, 1st on lunch cloth (drawn work). Mrs. Lon Wheeler, Salem, 1st on tatting collar; 1st on tatting counter piece. Mrs. A. M. Little, Salem, 1st on display of tatting. Mrs. H. A. Ketchum, Salem, 1st on tatting handkerchiefs; 2d on display of tatting. Mrs. J. H. Hnmmttt, Eugene, lt on display of netting. Mrs. Matilda Blakoly, Oak Creek. ' ' ' ' ' " " " i ; .. -BVHHHBHBMPJaHVSJPJPjflPJPPJPJSJPXBiM WAN'S NEfDLE CRAFT ART .' HUMS Al MIL BI6BIR ..,r,i1 .lerlciilturnl an rt"" I'nwlnct.'. llBoBbson. Albany, 1st on dls- Ljftrnp.---;-' rl, 21 on A WOlie, f" " "- l L nroducts; 1st on r! ... ut on peas; 2d on ndx- &c!0Ter;nU'angfirlan d V Wlllltt, Falls uuy. -2W ' ,,. ist on flaxseed; 2d run grass, 2d on display of 5f ffirren, Eugene, lBt on red Irt on timomy; ii - - ('eh: Ht on white clover; 1st IP5 ' ,.i.. mlllnf 1nf ilfl, Jt on 8"" " ' "' ' .u., lit on vetcli; 1st on LiJt, lt on surprlsconts; 1st Lkirler: l-t on golden chntf L ,to3 alfalfa; 2d on clover; I (oLec'ion ut b'"""' - , if spring whent; m on urn- Litater wheat; 1st on Italian BjW on sugar prunes; au on .:: 2d on display of Ore- La Jd on Rrnvcstoln apples; enUow bellflower appics. t Holiftrieve, romuiiu, i W-nnel, 1st on carrots, 1st on sa'pon apple. Llinicr, Cleonc, Ut on tonui--tiHarlburt, Albnny, 1st on fopst Ut on prodigious pens: nusU'e tree henna. llRul'ffon, Snlem, 1st on dls- Uk1 of annles; 1st on grav- ofp! 1st king npploBj 1st on !Kirs. tlRrock, Hubbard, 1st on win- Item ipplcs; 1st on mnldcn JcjlM. IBfendell, Salem, 1st on early spuches. IJohn'on, Ashland, 1st Into peaches; 1st on globo ; lit on cling peaches. IHM.Tho Dalles, 1st on each mr, black Hamburg, roso of vwul violet rose, swoot water Md grapes. fclGUe & Co, Snlom, 1st on I prunes J Jlinaill, Salem, 1st on black IilW Totllw, i If T Jenks, Snlem, 2d on Um h-ndkerchlefs: 2nd on iWC Pehs, Portland, 2d on Willow 2d on drawn sido liar It on Mexican drossor lH S Gl'e, Rplem, Ut on k' rlllow 1st side-board liwn work); 1st on coroet lit en shirt waist; 1st on 2d on tatting handkerchief; 2d on tatting dollies; 2d on counter-piece; 2d on child's hood (crocheting); 2d on display of knitting; 2d on woolen stockings. Hattle dimming, Colevlllc, Vnsh. 2d on tnttlng collar. Mrs. James Wlristnnley, Salem, 1st on crochet collar; 111 on display of chochetlng. Mrs: A. M. Ttostenbordor, Salem. 1st on specimens of crocheting. Mrs. Orllla ContB, Turner, 1st on bod sproad (crocheting) ; 1st on knit bread sprend. Mrs. E. A. Mellon, Salem, 1st on dollies (crocheting); 2d conter-pleco; 1st on child's hood; 1st on purse. Mrs. Anna Aloxnndor, Glide, 2d on dollies (crocheting); 1st on display of knitting. Mrs. B. C. Cross, Salem, 2d on la dy's shawl (crocheting) ; uk, on child's sacquo. MrB. D. W. Methcws, Salem 2d on purso (crocheting). Mrs. Mnry L. Welclj, Salem, 1st sofa cushion; 1st on bed quilt; 2d on worsted bod quilt; 1st on knit doll ies; 1st on child's dress; 1st embroid ered towels;- 1st on pillow slips. Mrs. W. J. Humphreys, Waldo Hill?, let on specimen of crocheting. Mrs. A. S. Van Patten,' Salem, 2d on rug; lBt on rug. Mrs. Martha Calvort, Salem, 2d on knit shawl; 2d on bed quilt. Mrs. B. I). McBlroy, Salem, 1st. on suit of underwear; 2d on child's dress; 2d on embroidery centor- plcce. Mrs. W. It. Bishop, Portland, 1st on bed quilt; 2d on sofa cushion; 1st on npron. Mrs. W. T. Boothly, Salem, 2d on embroidery centor-plcco; 1st on same; 2d on whlto conter-pleco; 1st on sofa pillow; 2d on snmc; 1st on shirt waist. Mrs. L. McPhcrson, Snlem, 1st on lndy's shirt, Mrs. Ilnttles Harold, Snlom, 1st on BOfn pillow. Mrs. L. Fischer, Salem, 1st on knit woolon stockings; 1st on booIo; 2d on snmc; 2d on fancy stockings; 2d on knit Incc. Mrs. B. B. Waters, Salem, 1st on knit shnwl. Mrs. J. C. Sutton, Snlom, 1st on centcr-ploco (drawn-work); 2d ori contor-pleco (wallachan) ; 1st on homstltchod handkerchiefs, 1 WEEKBmmSKHKMKMSSnBKtKKIBKKKnPBKKBKKKKtKKHKEt. mVv I II FjEad Yor Ilavo Always Bought for over SO years, lias bo ahjI w-tltl1k Varan ItAAIl t aui. t iuui una lorno tho signatures of and liaa been mado under his per- fcwV-, sonal anpcrvlslon slnco Its Infancy. r. UIOW MO OUO lO UUCUIVOUU 111 Him, jnaents that trlflo -with and endanger tho health of aad Children Exnerienco straliist Experiment What is CASTORIA J la u harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paro- ry rors and Ruothlnff Syrups It Is Pleasant. It j1 nohcr Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotlo Tr0 It njjo is its gruarantco. It destroys Worms Wajs Vevcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind I UiPi el,Mca Teething Troubles, cures Constipation K t,l,enC5". It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho WLi-j owols glvhigr licalthy and natural Bleep. vwrfUcu's Pauaeca Tho Mothexs Friend. Nun CASTORIA ALWAYS l Boar ore oz VSi7x2c6cc&M W You Haye Always BougM y For Over 30 Yeart. " . WMHf HMM tttW We have just placed on show some excellent values in new Arabian Lace Cur- i tains. Please see them. Our line of Dining 0ur f,oor covcr" . . ., t ing department is Tables w.ll be great rcpIctc wth many ly increased this new carpets, rugs weekJhenewonesandlino'cums-. .ur new patterns in m- are now being set laid linoleums are 4 attractive and pleasing. on the floor. HOUSE FURNISHING CO. 1 77 Liberty Street D. H. JAMES, Proprietor Vf. Mrs. Chas. Chapol, Salem, 1st on bed quilt (cotton patchwork). Mrs. M. E. Palmer, Salem, 2d on eyelet pincushion; 1st on whlto ecu-tcr-ploco; 1st on center-piece (wal lachan); 1st lunch cloth; 1st on Bofa. pillow cyolct; 2d on towels; 2d on' pillow slips; 1st on crochotod shawl; 2d on lndy's shirt. Mrs. J. L. KoyoB, Shaw, 1st on fnncy stockings. Mrs. Mnrgarct Siogmund, Klumb, 2d on bed quilt (cotton patchwork). CLAIM UXFAIKXKSS IX OIVIXQ IU3XTOX AWAU1 Tho managers of six of ho county exhibits at tho Oregon stnto fair havo entered a formal protest to tho Btato board of ngriculturo, agalniit tho "authorized suggestions nnd NATIONAL COMMITTEE OVERHAULED hitgh;c,ogk may RETIRE A TOUCH OF I HUMAN NATURE Tho nowest wostorn play "Tho Lit tlo Prospector" will bo prcaontcd by "Chic" Perkins nnd hor clovor com- GOo and ?1.00. pnny at tho Grand opora house- Mon A llnrnt Child. dreads tho fine. The dread Is whole some but not tho burn; that can bo honied and Instantly rollovcd by ap plying Dullard's Bnow Liniment. lie proparcd tor nccldonts by keeping ft bottlo always In tho Houso, Dost for eprnlns, bruises, cuts, scalds, rheu matism, nouraigia, bunions any and nil aches nnd pains, Prico 25c, Bold by all dealers, -o . day ovonlng, Soptombor 21. Through tho play runs a dopth of luumorous fooling that carrlos tho In terest of tho uudlonco to tho final drop of tho curtain. "Chic" Porkliu as "Tho Little Prospoctor" Imbues If you caro to know how hard a man really works, ask tho man who pays him. q- (Unltrri I'rcsi I.ented Wire.) Clnclnnntl, 0., Sopt. 21. It Is methods employed by nn official of Blntcd in Republican circles horo to- tho pavilion for tho purpoBO of in- (,ny tbnt tho Republican National nuonclng awards." Tho namo of tho commlttco has undcrgono a comploto oniclal is withhold, but it Is under- reorganization, nnd that National stood that tho proton fa directed Chairman Frank Hitchcock has been against Superintendent Savngo. Both deposed from tho command of tho Mr. Savngo and tho board of ngrlcul- campaign In all but namo. It is un turo vigorously deny thnt tho Judgoi doretood that 8onator Wm. Murray wero Influonced In any ninnnor what- Crono, of MnBsnchusetts, will bo tho over. Tho protest is as follews: , real leador In tho campaign In tin "To tho Oregon State Board of Agrl-, future. Tho Btory, which has gained cultntro, considerable circulation, dosplto tho "Gentlomcn Wo, tho undorslgn-lnbsonco of any nuthorltatlvo an cd, managers of county exhibits on-, nouncoment from Republican hond tered by our roBpoctlvo countlos In quartors, has created a sensation in tho Orogon stnto fnJr of 1908, while political c!rclo, whoro it Ib bollovcd doslrlng to ncqulosco choorfully In tho thnt tin) appointment of Crnno to tho awards of tho Judgo In tho county . londorshlp of tho Ropubllcnn commlt ogrlcultural and hortlcultunl contos.,too Is brut a fororunnor of tho coining wUh to protest against nnd to oxproBs, out of Proldout Roosovolt for Taft our distinct disapproval of tho un- on tho stump, authorized aiRgostlons nnd mothods Sonntor Crnno loft horo last night employed by nn official of tho pavilion for Chicago, and It Is reported that no will "Bliako up ' tno ltopuoiican natlonnl hoadquartoro when ho nr rlvos thoro. It Is statod that tho muln objoctlon to Hitchcock Is thnt ho !( too soorotivo about his work, and that ho mnkos It Imposslblo ovon for londors to seo him on Important buslnoss. It Is admitted that ho la n card Indox oxpert, but It Is contended that ho Is Incapable of duvoloplug a broader view that Is needed nt thlH tlino, In vlow of Wm R. Honrst's ex posure of Forjakor and the conse quent doprosslon in Republican ranks Tho executive nnd ndvlsory com mlttco, of which Crane Is tho head, will, In reality, run tho campaign, it is said, although Hitchcock will sign the orders, so that tho convention will havo tho appoaranco of harmony. It Ij announced today that Sonatoi Korakor will begin a serlos of speech es In Ohio Immediately. Ho h'nvo Senator Oruno a meB3ago o bo deliv ered at national hoadquartors cancel ing all his spaaking dates, but an nounced that ho will bog In a tour that will take him Into every county In Ohio. Foraker regards tho Honrt expose as simply another fight to bo fought and won. He refuses to bo llevo that he has been eliminate 1 from political life. Tho National Loaguo of Ropubtl eon Clubs, undor whoso auspices For aker was to havo spoken next Tuoi day night, has also been eliminated ontlrely from tho national campaign, It li understood. 0 A Siiro-eiiOHKli Knocker. J. C. Goodwin, of Roldsvlllo, N, fl . anvil "niiMrlnti'a Arntin Bnlvn la tho character with so much Interest R ouro-onough knockor for ulcers. thnt alio lo at nil times In ovldonco. bad ono enmo on my leg at Mtm Tho part calls for both comedy and mor. . that wonderful, salve IWIUUni'U II uuv 111 H iuw ruuDUB, NOl for tho purpoBo of Influencing nwnrda, "In consequenco of this, our ox tremo dlsBatlsfaotton, wo hereby agree that as managers of exhibits wo will ndvlfto our several countlos that It wolud bo Injudicious to mako further county entries at future Ore gon stato fnlrs under tho present con dition surrounding tho awarding of premiums. "B. M. Warron,.Mnnagor for Lane County. ' "C. S. Dow, Manager for Clatsop County. "M. O. Lownsdalo, Managor for Yamhill County. "W. J. Fullorton, Managor for Co lumbia County. E. M. Mlllor, Managor for Multon mnh County. j"Mit. F. A. Wolfe, Managor for Polk County." pathos and Is Intorprotod In a man- nor nt onco recognized by tho most exacting crtica as a porfoct rendition of tho chnractor, Bwaylng hor audi onoco with unmUtakablo magnetism. Tho sconlo display Is olaborato. "Tho Llttlo Prospector" may bo waited for with every anticipation of groat enjoyment. ovon a scar remained." Ouar'stnteod for piles, Bores, burns, etc. 2 Go at J. C. Perry's drug store. o It tnkcB all kinds of queer p.ooplo to mnko a world, nnd perhaps you are ono of tho qucor kind. 7"1 TEA The greatest tea-drinkers are full -bottom Dutch men. There isn't much nervous prostration in Holland. Your rrorer rrturni roar money It you don't Ilk SchtlUof' Dealt we par trim VICTOR MOSK8 GLKRK OF 11F.XTOX COUNTY Victor M0883 Is olerk of Ronton county, not by three votes, but by ton votes, So says Judge L. T. liar ris In his doqlsion handed down Thursday morning. As a result Mr. Moses and nemoornoy are happy, and Mr. Vincent an! Ropublicanl m are taking thoir defeat with suoh com posure ai can bo muoteretf. Tho costs of the contest case, amounting to something near $500, aro charge I up to Mr. Vlncont. Q. Rev. KufuB, pastor of the Metho dlRt church at The Dalles, died sud i'tnly at Wenatohee yesterday. , . ..n. The remains of an unknown man were found yesterday at Maoleay Park, Portland. Indications point to inurder. Tillamook has a street 'air Sep tember 25. The grand Jury of Jackson county has recommended that tho county record be exported. O iMfftfc KfMtaM AalVORIA. six iiritT ix AUTO ACCIDKNT (t'nttcd ITc Inf.J Wire.) Snn Frnnclsco, Sopt. 21. Grant Wobstor and 15. N. Cnpurro aro scri oiiBly Injured nnd Mrs. Grant Wob stor, Miss Louisa Faticott, MIbb M KIttlosby and Frank Stoveim pain fully hurt today an tho result of an aulomoblo accident on tho San Joo road, nenr Mount Eden, yesterday nftoruoon. ' , o A Traveling Man's Kvpcrlencc. "I must toll you my experience on an east bound O. R. & N. R. R. train from Pendleton to Ln Qraude, Or., wrltea Sam A. Gnrbor, a woll known traveling man. 'I was In the smoking department with somo other trevllng men when one pf them went out Into tho coach and camo back and said, "There Is a woman sick unto death In the car. I nt onco got up nnd wont out, found her vory J 11 with cramp colic; her hands and arms wero arown up on you uomu not straighten them, and while a deathlike look on hor fsco. Two or three ladles were working with her and giving her whUkry. I went to my suit enso and got my bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy (I nover travel without It), ran to tho water tank, nut a double dose of thr medicine In tho gla's, poured sorno water Into It and stirred It with a pencil; thon I had qu'te a time to get the ladles to let me qlvo It to hor, but I succeeded I couWI at onco see tho effect and worked with her, rubbing hor hand, and In 20 minutes I gave hor anothor doso. By this lime wo were almout Into La Orando, where I was to leave the train. I gave the bottlo to thfc bit band to bo used In case anothei doso should be needed, but by tho tlrno tbo train ran Into La Grande he was all right, and I received tho thanks of avorr passenger In the car." For sale by Dr. Stone's drug store. i, in o i Mr. Sarah J. Irvine, a pioneer of Linn .county, wm burled at Albany Saturday. -o- A Paying Investment. "Mr? John Whlto, of 38 Highland Avo., Houlton, Maine, says: "Havo boon troubled with a cough ovory wlntod nnd spring. Lnst winter t tried ninny ndvortlsod romodles, but tho cough continued until I bought a GOo bottlo of Dr. King's Now Dis covery; hoforo thnt wns half gone, tho cough wno all gono. This wlntor tho fliwno hnppy result has follewed: a fow (Iobos onco mora bnnlshod tho nnnunl cough. I am now convinced thnt Dr. Klng'rt Now Dlscovory U tho best ot all cough nnd lung romcdlos." Sold undor gunrnntoo nt J. C. Perry's drug Htoro. 50o and CI. 00. Trlnl bottlo frco. o OAO sp o TtXJk. . H-H-H-H-H.444:i. A Different Question ? It is ono thing 4q snvo mon ey op buylug drugi and uni other thing In gottlng thorn pure and Wofuily com pounded. Wo employ only export phar macists and you cuu always do, pend upon us to fill our pro- scrlptlons carofMlly. Red Cross jj jj Pharmacy ! w '. '. State and Comrnorclul Stroeti Drugs, Sundries. Per- fumery, Ktc. iniiniininiiHiiiinH