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Every time you buy GOOD GOODS, the kind you will always
find at this store. Goods that give service for the same
price you pay for inferior goods elsewhere.
Tho nnmo of Kuysor on Bilk and fabric glovos Ib ti gunrnntoo of
their good qualities. Tho Btylo. tho quality and workmanship aro
tho host that highly trained operatives and plain ovory day Intelli
gence can produce. Tho colors aro black, tan, navy, grays, whites,
chamois, pink and light bluo. flThoy havo patent double-topped Angora
and am built to glvo service ns woll as for dross occasions. flue
to 81.00 ft pair.
Spring Showing Dress (ioods, Trimmings, Etc.
Hundreds of yards dlroct from tho famous Uotany Worsted Mills.
Those now Spring suitings comblno all the now weaves and color
creations which our womon store Mends will delight In looking over.
Thoy range In width from 19 to 72 Inches. Tho colors aro white,
ecru, cream, Arabian, old roao, amethyst, and navy bluo self polka
dots, tucks, Imitation tucks, cluster tucks, and tlnsol dots, nnd plain
and floral offoctu of Drussols not and Boblnottcs. This Is ono of the
largost nnd best showings on tin Pacific Const.
Tho Dross Goods Section for this Spring's showing Is featuring n
strong now lino of Persian and Grecian Hand Trimming that aro
sultnblo for bolts as woll ns being tho proper showing of trimmings.
In white, prink, chatnpngno, light blue, ecru and white with lavon
dur. Thoro Is a largo assortmont of widths and showing Is simply
County Qlork Allon Issued a innr-jsoii. Juno 20, 18G2; David Daley to
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o o o o o
o o o t
o o
W'rwUior Forecast
OccahIoiihI rain tonight or Wfd
I'luo Maple und Ash Wood
For snlo, cheap, for Immodlato de
livery. Appjy Krnbs Bros., Bush
Droymnn building. Tolophono Main
121. 2-lG-tf
Tho Prido of Salem
Tho Hon Ton, l.uCoronu or Tush
moo cigars aro homo production.
Havo you trlod them?
Making Lot of Lumber
Tho big Sllvorton sawmills havo
atartod up, and aro sawing 165,000
toot of lumber por day.
Cott.igu Undertaking Parlors
Corner Cottngo nnd Ohomckctn
itrooU. Up-to-dato In all lines. Qnlln
answorod day or night. J. O. SIM,
P. D. Phone 800. 2-25-Gt
Yellow Dniwers
Onions, choice stock, S pounds 2G
conta. Fnrrlngton.
Cottage Uiulortnklng Parlor .
Cornor Cottngo nnd Ghomoketn
strootu. Up-to-dato In nil lines. Calls
answorod day or night. J, O. Hill,
F. D. Phono 800. 2-35-5t
J. M. Idiwremv
Will furulrih you anything you may
need In tho groaory lino. If you
havo not ordered your groooiius do
so now. Phono 311.
If You Want
Tho boot spray. One mndo from
wood oils and wood nchU. ono that
Is a poiltivo funglolde, ono that Is
suroly fntnl to all scalo and nphls buy
"Orwood." Uso It on your orchards,
your house plants nnd your poultry
houses. Got It of Salem Hardware
Co. Call for olroulars. 2-2 0-1 w
HorM'N for Knle
Wo are now looatod In our now
barn nt 55-1 Furry street and have
on hand 20 hoad of horsos, consist
ing of sovon matched toama weigh
lug front 1300 to 1000 peunds: sev
eral good brood inures, some good
drlvors. These aro nil first clans
young, straight stuff, all valley rnls
ed nnd woll broke to work. Wo nro
Also In tho market to buy as well
as sell. If you havo a horsu to soil,
bring him to us, wo will pay tho
hlghost market prlco. Will nlso han
dle buggies, wagons, harness and
second-hand farm Implements. Coop
er & Clearwater Dros. 3-1-1 wk
Lower lwturaHCO Rati, -
."By kvlngus do your. work. S. W,
Pfrrco, CanKal Mlctrtc Supply Con
iwy. Pheas S3S. ll-il-M4-tf
Mi-n, Johnson
Says tho secret of good coffee Is
very simple buy Folgor's Golden
Onto whole roast and havo It ground,
not too fine.
W. T. Itlgdon, Undortnkor
Always progressive, up-to-dnte
Full equipment, inrgest stock.
Tin. Boat Place Yet
To got your clothes donned and
pressed Is tho O. K. Clonnlug PnrlofH
Phono 505. Clothes callod for and
delivered. C. A. Johnson. 190 South
Commercial stroot. 3-3-3t
Old HutN nought
Phono 505. Will call nnd get
them. O. K. Cleaning Rooms. O. A.
Johnson, 100 South Commorclnl
street. 3-2-3t
riultliouso for Employe
Oswald West, of the Itnllrond Com
mission, hns tnkon up tho mnttnr
with thw Suthi'in Pnelilo poopl tn
regard to tin building of railroad
rlago license today to Loa McFnrrcn,
21, of Ml. Angel, and Orpha Inez
Van Doren, 1G, of Snlom. This Is the
first license for the month.
When County Clerk Allon went
back to tho old collection of licenses
to Index them today ho wub sur
prised to find that a good ninny of
thorn had not been recorded In the
county clork's offlco. Tho old cer
tificates dated back to 19, and many
of thorn wore written out on tho first
pleco of paper picked up, apparently,
and wore so dim with ago, that tho
writing could hardly bo road. Fol
lowing aro the names of those who
obtained marriage cortlflcntes which
were not filed from tho first Issued
to tho first ono fltod with tho county
Sidney Smith to Barbury Prosslor,
March 10, 18 10; John Downing to
Tomporanco K. Hunt, April 12, 1840;
Archibald Itador to Drualta Simons,
May 24, 1849; Win. Alphano to Febc
Farrier, Soptomber 27, 1849; Win.
Porter to Martha Coffee, October I,
1849; Carscnn A. Huntley to Mary
Prlscllla Avery, Octobor 7, 1849;
Win. J. Garrison to Carmella Smith,
October 22, 1840; Joseph Crank to
Mlnovn Pruott, November 1, 1849;
Hardin McAllister to July Smith, Jau
unry 5, 1850; Isaac N. Gilbert to
Marietta Stanton, March (date Illeg
ible) IS50; John Koynor to Juno Hor
ron, April (dato Illegible) 1851;
Louis Labonto to Euphrnslo Gervals,
May IS, 1852; Plorro Monnrd to Ma
rio niedmolr, Juno 21, 1852; Pros
pero Bourglgnor to Murguerlto (an
Indian woman) July 25, 1852; Ml
niood Jenkins to Aiunudn C. Morrl-
"What Dohoony Dono," Portor IDm
orBon nrowno, nnd n vory oxqulsltfl,
pnthotic gem, n Jowol whito no a dia
mond, bright na a ruby, "Woman's
Only Business," Eleanor Hollowoll
Abbott. I enjoyed nil of thoso so
much I simply could not refrnln from
tolling othora so thoy could onjoy
thotm with mo. B. B. H.
Mary Juno Hay, October 3, 18T52;
Stephen Barnes to Mary Laros, Oc
tober 1. 1852; Etlwurd Bollanger to
Angelica Marcellal, October 11, 1852;
Joseph Blnot to Maryanuu Felicity,
Octobor 14. 1852; John M. Whitlock
to Ellznbeth Moscr, November 11,
ls52; Daniel S. Horron to Susan Se
blna Caton, December 1, 1852; Jonas
Davis to Dorbey Pollard, December
9. 1852; Melville Taylor to Cyrznn
McDonald, Dccombor 9, 1852; John,
1). Stono to Sarah Wlnlnghaml, De
combor 11, 1852; George P. S. Riches
to Mary Jano Walker, Ducomber 12.
1852: L. U. Hail to Miss Story, De
cember 13. 1S52; Jus. G. Parker to
Amelia (.'. Grans, December 30, 1S52;
Jus. JfcLubblns to Barbara E. Lewis,
Jnnunry 30, 1853; Jcsao II. Lewis to
Mahals Jano "Dickson, January 31,
lSnII: Edward LaFIammeo to. Rosa
lia La Prate, January 30, 1853'; Be-
noro Plcnrtl to Celeste La Roquc,
February 1, 1S53; Louis Poujnde to
Catherine Eliza Simmons, May 12,
1S53: M. A. Clemanto to Rubecca
Ann Griffith, Mny 13, 1S53: Rov.
W. B. Morso to Ellzaboth Wood, Juno
23, 1853; James A. Plporton to Snrnh
E. Kemp, August 18, 1853; Jas. D.
Brown to Sary Evans, Soptembor 22,
1853: Wm. Ilobson to Eliza Eyre,
N'ovomber 10, 18u3.
Since 1853 to the present date,
County Clerk Allen stutos that K000
marriage licenses woro Issued and to
Index all thoso marriage papors,
ltiO.000 wordB would havo to bo writ
ton. I. N. Gilbert was the county
clerk at the time most of these cer
tificates woro Issued, nnd since '53
they have been kopt In packages for
further disposition.
Olympla, WnBh., March 2. Tho
fonnto Monday morning, with a final
burst of eloquonco uphold tho uni
versal infamy of tho clgnrotto by re
fusing to nmond tho criminal code,
so that a person of mature years )x
this Btato might purchase thorn with
out a logal bartor by taking ndvnnl
ngo of tho lntorotno commorco law,
nnd nppcnllng to Portlnnd tobacco
Sonntor Allon, of King county,
plonded for tho survivors of ciga
rettes, who had passed tho ago of
21 yonrs. Ho wns seconded by Booth,
of King, and Grnvos, of Spokano,
hrouirht his nroclso IokIc to buttross ' "Wiliist tho government and sen
tho association of Allen und Booth, teuced to a year In the county jail
Cottorlll, of King, led tho urbau(0 ,,ny jiqoo flno, reversing tho con-
lorccs ngniiiBt mo oiBareuo, uuu m.vlctlon nnd sontenco of tho lower
clgaretfo loot out by n voto of 22 to district court.
experience It Is snfo to sny that that
fen tu re will bo a good one.
These reunions nfford tne
Nobles of the Mystic Shrlno an op
portunlty to ronow old acquaintance?
nnd mnko now ones, and this pil
grimage will no doubt bo attondod
by a largo number of tho Salem
(United I'rciii Leaned Wire.
San Francisco, March 2. Tho
United States circuit court of nppoals
today in tho case of Dr. E. B. Perrln,
who was convicted of land frauds
, district court.
By this decision Perrln must stand
trial ngnln on the samo charge, tho
Morlarlty, llkowlso aroso trlum
. . , a i . I
Pliant wnon tno sonnto enmo to tna court holding that Judgo DoHavon
eodo claiiso which would pormlt prize orr?l u ruling out certain testimony
Mchts or boxing coutosts, iih they nr? tli-t the defense wished to present.
a'led. The onslnught of Marlarlty Tho decision was rendered bv
clubhouse for tho uso of omployos 'Mion this provision wa such that It Judges Morrow and Ross, Judgo Gil
only. The Ilarrlmnn linos havo con- vvuld wipe out the code, nnft thdro bort dissenting.
strui'tnil lour of those buildings would not bo a slnglo lino of It loft. The appeal of John A. Benson, who
now, posting from $10,000 to $35,- In Ita placo the prcsont drastic nntl- was Jointly Indicted with Perrln on
000 a piece, and tho bonoflt tho m- nrlzo fight law was substituted, with iu ground that tho indictment was
ployon havo dorlved from iheso ac- 'he additional provision which will insufficient wns overruled nnd Bon
omninodHtloua has been a source of permit vigilant pollco arrest any per-'son must soon begin serving his son
satisfaction both to the railroad of-! win whom thoy suspect of Intont to tonco.
tlolals and hired help. Soven more .iiigngo In or promote n prize fight.
Retail Market.
Flour, per sack $1.25
Enstorn Oregon $1.50
Brnu, por sack 95c
Shorts, por sack $1.35 1.50
Wheat, por bu $1.05
Rolled $29.00(0)29.50
Browing $27.50
Local Wliolesalo Mnrkut.
Whoat, por bushol 00c
Oats, per bushol 45c
FluiM", hard wheat $5.45
Flour, valley $5.20
Mill food, shorts $32
Mill food, bran $30
Hops, 1908 crop 5Q)7c
Hops, 1907 crop 23V4c
Chlttlm bark 3 (Q) 5c
Wool, coarse 13c
Wool, medium 15c
Mohair 20c
Hay, cheat $13.00
Hay, clovor $12.00
Potatoes, bushol 40 4 5c
Apples, btiBhol 50c(3$1.00
Onions, por cwt 85 90c
Prunes, por pound 1H'10
Crnnborrles, Howo's vnrloty, bbl
Butter nnd Kggs.
Eggs 10o
Butter, oronmery 3 Go
Buttor-fnt 30c
Cheese, twins 15c
o o o
n rv . . -c
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, bb.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
ho Is sunior partner of the firm of
i. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
in the city of Toledo, county nnd
state aforesaid, and mat said firm
will pay tho Hum of ONE HUNDRED
DOijLARS for onch and ovory enno
of catarrh that cannot bo cured by
the uso of Hall's' Catarrh Cure.
bworn to before mo and subscribed
in my presence this Gtli day of De
cember, A. 1). 188G.
A. V. Glouson,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is tnkon In-
tornully, nnd acts directly on tho
blood und mucous Hiirfnces of tho
system. Send for testimonials free.
Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75o.
Tnko Hnll's 'Family Pills for con
stipation. 'i. S. Grubb of Portland wont to
Turner on business today, after a
short stay hurc.
Miss Ida Griffith or Watson, Ore
gon, Is tho guost or Mr. und Mrs.
Frauk Douglas,
bulldtngH of this eharnctor nro bolng
considered by tho Hnrtrmnn system,
and Mr. West hns wrltton to tho Ore
gon otllcos for Information when tne
plan will bo carried out In Oregin.
The railway ofllclnls hnvo stnted thnt
(bono club houses hnvo not only af
forded a placo where their omployos
could stop when nwny from tholr
homes, but their offtclonoy hns buon
Improved wonderfully.
The O. IC. ClttuiliiK Parlor
Blook and ulenns your old hats so
thoy look liko now, 190 South Com
mercial stroot. O. A. Johnson. Phono
505, 3-2-3t
Much or tho fuel used In Italy In
made of tho refuse of olives from
which tho oil hns boon prossod.
thl afternoon rontnin.
plntos nnothor assault upon wicked- WITH THE MARCH
now. Lnnt wook Morlnrty nodded
long enough for Senator Gracos, of
Spokane, to Inject n provision in tho
codo thnt would permit tho playing
Just a lltle courtesy right hero is
fl no snmft rt thn lmnnHf.il rn...
of poker in a private home Senator mnBBslBMi To tho wrlt0r tho'
Cottorlll this nftornoon will try to
hnvo this roconsldored, and stricken
from tho codo. no thnt poker, no nrit
tor uudor whnt nusplcos. will be n
particularly good, and a little r9c
ognltlon of tholr merit no one will
bogrudge. The "Scrlbnor," which is
A Pleasant Physic.
When you want n plonsant physic
glvo Chamberlain's Stomnch nnd LU
cr Tnblrts a trial. Thoy aro mild
and gontlo In tholr notion, nnd id
ways produce n pleasant cathartic
effect. Call at Dr. Stone's Drug Store
for n free sample.
I'licqualed as u Cmv for Croup.
"Bosldos being an oxcollent romedy
Tor oohls nnd throat troubles, Cham
borlaln's Cough Remedy lo uuequnled
ns a ouro for croup," says Harry
Wilson of Waynotown, Ind, Whon
given ns soon us tho croupy cough
npoars, this romedy will prevent tho
attack. It Is used successfully In
many thousands of homes. For sale
by Dr. Stono's drug store
among the sick people of the world,
don't you think that HoMot tor's St oin-
m'h HltU'i Is tho medicine you need
to restore your stomach nnd bowols
to n normal condition and mnko you
well ngnln You ought to try It at
has becomo tho recoguUed leader
among stomach remedies and Is 1
ways reliable. Try It for Headache,
Hour HtoniHch, Indigestion, Colds,
(JrliUH', lYutMlc lib.
n 1 wn va nnn nf m tn il a ti i A rnnnt.r.
gray mUdemeauor. or, If pMabl a tBM tho n.lHmont this
ponltontlary felony. vnn . ... . . . ... T "
month tho nrtlelo denlt with IndUas
of tho stono houses, In compliment of
which I wroto t ohlm. and had a
Sluluer (Vromoiilul to He Held Sat- charming reply, with a vory benutl-
nnlny, April 21. fu, folllor uatratlvo of hla display
Saturday. April 24. Is tho dnto nt tho swell Plnza Hotel. Now Y.irk
now llxed for the second ceromoalnl This month his nrtlole is on "Village
session of lllllnh Temple. Noblos of.Trlbos or the Desert."
the Mystic Shrlno. nt Ashland, it
having boon found important to ad
vance tho date for tho pilgrimage to
Moccn n fortnight nnd not wait for
Mny 7th, tho first dnto nuouueed for
the stnrtlng. Tho recent visit of tho
Imperial potentate there has great'y
oncournged the nobles to make groat
preparations for the coming cere
monial, and the caravans will be got
ten tn readiness to make the journey
to the pleasure and satisfaction of
Munsoy, always my pet nud old
tlmo favorite, having had tho first
Munsey In town, 16 ynrs ago, and
havo never missed a number, making
tho collection to me vory valuable,
has an intensely Interesting article
on "Famous Affinities." The story of
tho century, "Cleopatra."
"Pearsons" contains ono of James
Creelman's accurate artloles on tho
world's famous journalist," Pulltt-
er." that is strong and faithful to his
ft "
M Tt Qnlll .- V
." inior. nf b.i.
l'od off in salom yestorj" "
Mend and pavln. ?, ?'M
has been In Marlon count . !
ost of tho tin. ' y,iawi
Woodliurn, whoro he wJta1?
business. ew-lMbi
Mrs. o. Knuloon, of McKm
to Woodburn yestor-Uv '.?;'
iHB her sister, Mrs. nVn i 1,
of Woodbnirn. tn ,i,n l.0
for trcatmont.
J. H. Sottlomlor. er.tv
ho loglBlature, and banker, of U
burn, wns seeing old Mum. .1
tondlng to bBlnoss malte'r, J
Dim Mcchllng loft tor fln.i. .
loy, Wis., yontordny afternoon l
lift will rnmnli. .1 . '
-w ..... .,, uuout one motu
MtH. .TnflntilitnA t.- .,
. ...vMuc riazier mi
Mondny from San Franclrco J
sho spent some time In th'.J
nnlo houses studying spring it,J
iiiuiiuury. jirs. frnzlcr la tobei
Baloslady for Mrs. 0, 0. Lotf,,
Justice of the Pence and
uu.uu. vuusiur navo gono to p.
Wash., to bo gono for some t!m. tl
uujuui in iih? iriji Deing tlie nA
01 xviro. Webster's health.
Mr. and Mr. Saul Noll and hi
or Ida Grove, In., have beta
guests of Mr. nnd L. K. Pip i
lnnt Woilnnnlnv InnvU. ,.. .
"""""""" i-iiis ior ttm
land Inat night, Thoy are oiMJ
f rlonds of tho Pages, nnd ire on I
tour of tho West.
P. L. Cllnofoltor went to MkJ
snno, Wash., Inst night for u
tondod vb't to relntlvco and frlttj
Mr. and Mrs. B. a. Rogen,olM
tor, Wash., returned to their to
Inst night. Thoy hnvo been rlildi
Mr.-and Mrs. A. H Ix)maxfortl
pnst two veoks.
D. A. Mndlsou wns a pasienpr
Portlnnd this morning.
C. 'K. Spnuldlng was a M
pnssonger to Portlnnd this mon'J
o ntho Oregon Electric
Mr, and Mrs. John J, Robert! n
on tho Orogon Electric.
Mrs. Z. J. niggs wont to Port!
this morning for a short 1U7.
Mr. and Mrs. It, A, Payne of .Ul
Innd visited nt the reform school t
dny. Thoy nro visiting friend in
nnd looking over the city
Mrs. O. A. Miller wont toSdotN
morning to see a new grandson at t
homo of her son, Jonn Miller
Win. S. Mitchell went to Stif
todny whore ho will remain
on n buslnoRs trip
Mr. nnd Mrs. It M. Addison
for Brownsvlllo today to attend
fimornl of tholr nephow CM Hon
who was drowned In Urownsvlllej1
torday. The funeral will be held t
n v. iiiitkiutil nr Turner was In it
city on buslnoss this morning
Mrs. Frank Ware wns n lal"1
to Portland this inornlns
funlng, polishing, repairing. PhW
Norwich Union FJrc
Insurance Cofflf
Frank .Meredith, Itcaldent Ag"'
Offlco with Wm. Brown & to.
29, Commercial street.
THOS. K. fww rt
Over Ladd & Bush' ---'
ift . '
0000 " "tot on
Kor Sale A snap. '" .utt
Winter st. Inquire 656
st. Phono 987.
- -... .n'.7rm Sas
For Sale overi ..- - -
all. particularly the candidates who ufe.
will make tho trip for the first tlmo. But It remains for MnrM, 'pv,.
bodys" to carry tho palm and deserve
Tho nhnvA la thn nnnminnAn. .. ma 1
.U mw.v. u ..v MHUUUULVIilVUt IV'
celved today by local members of Hll
lah Temple, and the list ot comralt
tcea shows the namq of Wm. Waruer
on tho committee on "parades and
the laurel wreath this month. It con
tains, besides very accurate and vul
liable articles, two decidedly bright
v runny ana vory laughable stories
For the Office Man
If your work is close nnd confin
ing your eyos nro bound to suffer
probably tho havo already caused
you soino worry better call In and
have them examined today.
The relief that a pair of woll fit-
tod glasses will give you and tho pre
vention of rurther decline In the
strength ot your eyes aro two large
IteniB that should not bo overlooked.
Let us fit you If necessary with
tho proper lenses tho cost Is reasonable.
. -. hirealn
and farm lanus m g ,
Ual National un
i.'.v.. ir.int315 acres
tlvntlon. bnlance pasture
...,.i fnr dairy farrow
qulro M. P.
N. dock.
,J,ln nt U.
"a,u" j.Mt
lnt 56Xl
For Kale Corner
blocks from cai 05rtlj,i
proposed Welch n0' ' E joi
taken this week. auu.- ,.,.
nnl Office.
t.-.. u.t Kllnccr uru
ivi - -- -
aUiuts," and as he hag had lota of "The Need of Change," Jullia JKrct,
with or without Axt"reJ' Pbos
tures for sale. M ."- ,.,4
J " t
id "
For Sal
North High
Main 1
My house at J
r street, to be remo,
Mrs. W " Moi
..fPf c .
UV v"
11 '"iM
GRANT. To Mr. and Mr
Grant, at their w.. - M
Winter street, "
March 3, J909. a son.

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