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J5T35KIN0 OAPITAIi JOTTBKAL. SATURDAY, DEOEOTEB 9, 1
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"WE QUOTE FOR
vrftb. too many
not -with us,
we tray, ana
we tell the
exact truth in
Trted or of
the goods on
are the hest to
be had at the
always rely oa
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Yoa are soiatl'-o buBdormakuiiay Modo
lMworwaiU.5U n- ;ve a- errfgced ten
Bjaierial. VfhTeil mp?elfs;oekand a--
reuly - I'OPP'T anjl?re?wed''coatrclt ewe"
work, ending, ets.
Sa m Improvenent Co.
Dec. 11 to 25. Klng'a augnier
Dec 13. Congregational corn sod 1.
Dec 14. Free Y. 51. C. A. gymna
Dec a Salem Keeley League enter
talnment. , .
Doc S. First Presbyterian charcb
Dec 22,21. Prof. Chapman lectin
on English literature, free, Y.iLCA
Jan. 1. Y. M. O. A. reception.
Jan. 29, Sy Perkins comedy.
Samuel Adolpn Estate.
The appraisers Win. R. Anderson, J
H- Haas, and E. C; Cross, today filed
their report In the Samuel Adolpb es
tate, and the eame Is approved by the
BTObate court. Following showing of
property I made:
Property In Oregon 1 33.193 92
Property in Idaho 6,000 00
. 39,193 92
For a short time Wm. Bargeant ia of
ferine sDecial bargains in ail lines of
furniture. Be sure to get his prices. 3t
State ts. Brown.
The case of state vs. Wns. Brown for
assault and battery on the person of F.
Bvensen on November 24th. Attorney
Bigger appeared for the state. S. L.
Harden defended Brown before Judge
Edes. J. M. Berry, H. N. Ely, Robt.
Crosean, R. G. Keene, P. K. Fretz and
D. L. Green were the Jury. Five wit
nesses were examined. The case was
ably argued this forenoon by counsel.
The jury returned a verdict acquitting
The patrons of the New York Racket
store are entertained by the sweet
strains of a charming music box.
To Close Oct. All the toys in
our store will be slaughtered at prices
so low that all can buy. Wm Sar-
A Square Test.
Here Is a chance for a square test as
to whether the records of the county
court are kept correct or not.
The docket book of the county court
bows the following facts:
On page 158, proceedings November
term, list of criminal cases, fee bills
a Centered In, as to names of parties
getting fees, amount aliowed.or amount
On pace lf5, proceedings December
term, there is a list of the criminal
cases In which fee bills were allowed at
this term, ranging from $1.25 to J122
in each case. But no names are given,
nor amount" allowed to each person, or
Bad News.- Miss Junes Dickenson,
an Inmate of the blind school, has re
ceived word of the death of her Infaut
abler. Bhe left this morning for ber
home at Albany. Her father is George
Dickenson, formerly of Salem.
pl F. 5. DEARBORN'S
Red mountains of Alaska by W. D.
Knockabout Club In the Woods.
Days and Nights on the Battle
Unas, uaneton uomn.
Three Vassar Girls In South America
Chatterbox for 1S33.
Little Ones' Annual.
Dya of Chivalry.
BrawalM' New Book
nJr BOOK STORE.
Hemstiched plain centers.
Hemstiched brocaded centers
He stiched brocaded fringed.
All with napkins to match
Lunch clothes, Doylea to "
Table linens by the yard
napkins to match.
Oar line of 35c linen hand
kerchiefs, now 25c
Sm. B. Stoy, a fpe.-IJ agent of the
London .Lancashire Insurance com-
j.dy, was in the city today and in
-tailed C. D. Gabrielsjn as their regular
Hon. E. F. Paikhurst returned last
evening from an extended visit in East
ern Oregon the land of snow.
Wm. Witt, a former nurseryman, ol
bis city, started for Colorado on the
D. M. Morris of Turner has not gone
to California to live with bis family as
vas published. Ha and bis famii
still reside just wet of Turner and will
Oar June weather continues Cor
rect version of the asylum bids in this
paper bidders will do well to use tbb-
copy as we know it is correct. A
correction la due Marshal Minto. lb
saying he gets five percent on all street
assessments collected by him ibis writer
was in error. He gets a five percent
collection for only on those assessments
that were placed in bis bands for col
lection before be was put on a salary,
being against property on Cbemeketa
and north and southCommercial streets.
F. S. Blancbard, of South Dakota,
is" in tbe city and proposes to locate
his family here soon. Tbe county
court has concluded its labors and ad-
j turned. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rennie
rej ilce oyer the arrival of a daughter.
Assistant Street Commissioner Low
cntinues to work the city prisoners at
cleaning the streets F. H. Robert
eon and Geo. L. Cornelius of Turner, 8.
B. Updegrafl. C. W. Claggett of Salem,
and F. H. Down of Silverton, entered
tbe Capital Business college tuts week.
Tbe Albany Telescope says: All
Sons of Veterans who are interested in
tbe reorganization of a camp are re
quested to meet at tbe G. A. R. ball
next Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. W. H. Cox went to Portland
this afternoon. Miss Hattle Carotb-
ers, of tbe Mind school, went to East
Portland this afternoon to spend the
holidays with ber i-ter. Dr. Wil
liamson and Dr. Marquam Hill, of tbe
asylum corps, went to Portland this
afternoon. Wm. Mayer, ot Kalania,
is in tbe city J. W. Brown, invent-
er of tbe automatic car coupler, is in
dicted at Portland for perjury in land
cases. , Tbe Oregon Fruit Produc
Co. shipped a car of prunes yesterday.
Mr.and Mrs. L. Pearce are proud of
their neiv daughter, arrived yesterday.
Grand Army social and reunion
next Monday evening.
Accidentally Killed. E- B
Crew, a former resident of Salem, who
removed to Harrinian Tenn., last Octo
ber, was accidentally kilfed on thanks
giving morning by a derrick falling on
blm. He lived east of tbe city and was
employed as attendaut in tbe asylum
He leaves a family of a wife and two
bous, who are in Tennessee, also a
daughter Mrs. GlQurd, whostill resides
Office Opened. C. D. Gabrielson
has temporarily opened his insurance
office in the Red Front drugstore,
where his friends and the public can
find him prepared to write fire iniur
ance in a strong line of companies. He
repi events the London A Lancashire.
all on Krausso Bros, fer
foot wcur UuriuLr their shoe
S M Seligsohn, Philadelphia.
DrED Farrow, B La n cast, Wm W
Carter, H E Law and wife, W P
Smith, P P Prill, Portland.
II C Boyd, J L Scott, San Francisco.
J D Lee, East Portland.
Wm Mayer, Kalama.
Headqjartkrs. The "Elite Or-
cbestra" has its headquarters at Patton
Bros, book store. Any one wlxhlng to
m-cu re fl rat-class uiuslofor pkrtles,baiU, '
receptions, euterUlnments, etc, canl
make arraugemeuts Insecure all or uaxt I
f this oruhestra.
by cailiug at tbe
Notice New York lUkeet ad, on first
IS THE SOCIAL REALMS.
The lfctre Nous Part? a Great
OTHER SOCIAL FUMES OF. THE WEEK.
Coming Events That Cast Their
THE KM BE IfOCS PARTT.
Those participating in tbe grand
march were: Mr. E. C Giltner and
Miss Georgle Giltner, Mr. F. K. Lovell
and Miss Mav Bois, Mr. and Mrs. S.
C. Reily, Mr. P. H. DArcy and Miss
Anna Metscban, Mr. B. F.Meredith
and Miw ZIdee Palmer, Mr. R. O Bis
hop, of Dallas and Miss Julia Meischan,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McSary, Mr. J. H.
Blckford and Louise Hnelat Mr. Tho.
Smith and Muss Gertie Savaee, Mr.
and Mrs. A- E. Croby and Mls Addle
Peeblp. Mr. and Mr. Ray Gilbert. Mr.
and Mrs. Jos. Leveque, Mr. and Mr.
H. H. Thompson, Mr. H. 8. Jordan
nd Miss Elbe! Coick, Mr. Jonn
Kranse and M1b Margaret KInev.
Dr. "W. B. Morse, and Miss Gnole
Lown-dsle, Mr. W. J. D'Arcyand Miss
Magtrie Mewsick, Mr. Maurice Winters
nd Miw Ella HIrscb. Mr. H. P. Mc-
Nary and Miss Rita Lownsdale, Mr.
G. Bafcptt and Miss Maud Parr. Mr.
Frank Skiff and Miw Norwood, Mr.
Robt. Miller and Miss elite Litchfield,
Edward Hirsch and Mins Maud Hirscb.
Dr Frank Griffith and Miss Lou Alien
n( Portland, Dr. J. C. Griffith and Miss
Kate Dalrymplejos. Baumgartner and
Miss Ada Stapleton, G. F. Rosrers and
Miss Blanche Albert, Del. Dinsmore
and Mi's Jessie Stump, H. D. Pat ton
and Miss Etbel Crane and Miss Leila
Waters, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Boise, Jr.,
E. Breyman and Miss Jessie Breyman,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith, Mr.and Mrs
Brasfield, Mr. Mendenball and Mir?
Anna Breyman, Dr. J. M. Keene, and
MlasSandford, H. L Craven, and Miss
Pinkbam. There were also present,
but not taking part in the grand march:
Mr. and Mrs. Eber Lafore, Mr. and
Mrs. F. C. Perrine, Mrs. Edw. Hirscb,
Miss Genevieve Hughes, Miss Helen
Edes, Miss J. F. Fink of Tacoma. Mis?
Lena Breyman, Miss Jennie Booth, Mr
Foster of Corvallis, Max BureD,H?nry
Meyers, F. a Dearborn, Geo Chiids of
Sin Francisco, and R. E. Mulcabey of
EJtTBE KOUS HCHIC.
The Parsons orchestra gave great
p'eusure at this party last nigbt and
rendered some of tbe newest airs of tbe
season, which gave gTeat life to tbe
crowded ballroom and great pleasure to
tbe assembly of on-lookers in the gal
lery. XAS02TIC ELECTIOK.
Multnomah R. A. C. No. 1, elected
officers last night as follews: F. C
Perrine. M. E. H. P.; W. D. Jeflries,
King; W. H. Byrd, Scribe; H. S. Jor
dan. C. H.; W. M. Cberrington, P. 6.;
J. R. Davis, R. A. C,; J. K. Albert,
treasurer; E. B. Pbllbrook, secretary;
Wm. Warner, G. M. 3d vail; H J. Sin
gleton, G. M, 2d vail; B. F.Meredith,
G. M. mlst vail; Freeman Folsom,
The Hard Ti mes social at Rev. Roy
al's in South Salem, last nigbt was at
tended by over a hundred persons. A
good lime was had and 114 50 realized.
Over 500 were present at tbe Y. M.
C A. rooms last nigbt where tbe Metb
odlit young ladies entertained their
friends. Tbe following programme
was rendered: Vocal solo. Miss Maggie
Alderson; club swinging, Mr. J. P.
Nicholson; reecitatlon, Mtas Kara N.
Brown; vocal solo, Miss Scbrlber,
Remember tbe Keeley league enter
tainment tonight at Reed's operabouse.
Tbe program Is worthy of a large bouse.
Tbe cause Is a good one. as It helps a
class of men no other organization Is
now doing anything for.
Salem degree of Honor lodge will
give an entertainment in Its ball in tbe
Stite Insurance block next Wednesday
evening, Dec. IS. There will be danc
ing, a literary and musical program
Tbe Lxdles auxiliary of the Y. M. C.
A. have decided to keep "open house"
on January 1st between the hours of 2
an I 10 p. ro. An orchestra baa been
e igaged to furnieb music for tbe oe
oislon. An excellent literary and
I musical program will be arranged to
I Interest those who will attend and tbe
finest of refreshments will be served.
DEGREE OF HONOR.
Th following officers of Degree of
Honor. A. O. 0. W.. were elected at a
recent meeting of tbe erder: Chief of I
honor, Mrs. Ed. Burton; lady of honor,
Mrs. Daisy Burton; chief of cernionles,
Miss Carrie Haas, recorder. Mrs. Lot-
tritx; financier, Mrs. A. L& Brown; re-
calve r, Misa M. Cbilders; sister usher,
Miss Mabel Hutton; inside watch, Mrs.
Van Wagner; outside watch, Amanda
Anderson; trustee, Mrs. Carrie H.riman
delegate to grand lodge, Mrs. E. M.
Crolsan; alternate, Mrs. J. A. Selwood.
Y. M. C.X. DATES.
Important dates for tbe Y. M. C, A.
! evmnaslam exhibition which will be
open to both ladies and genUerren; on
tbe 15tb, & lecture on -Political Econ
omy." by Prof. E Yerex; on the 22d
and 23d Dr. C. H. Chapman, president
of the University of Oregon, will com
mence a course of twelve lectures In
Knclifh literature extending from
Shelly to Tennyson. In connection
with these there will be class work and
examination will be given to those de
siring to take advantage of the ofier.
Those who attain tbe required percent
age will be given credit for what they
accomplish and this will be applied to
their future work.
The following officers were elected
cf Valley Lodge No. IS. A. O. D. W-,
last Mouday nigbt: Robert Rossiter,
master workman; Job n Robertson .fore
man; James Warren, overseerW. T.
Rigdon, financier: D. L. Green, re
corder; J. G. Wright, receiver, Sher
man Heckman, guide, Ed. Arnold, in
side watchman; Jno. J. Utes, outside
watchman. Several candidates were
Initiated and a number of applications
CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW.
SOUTH KAT.try u. E. CHURCH.
Morning subject, "Tbe one thing
needfuL" Evening subject, "A review
of the death of Richard McGee." You
are invited to be present at both of
these serAices. J. M. Shulse, pastor.
Preaching by the pastor tomorrow at
1030 and 750 at W. C. T. U. halL
-Juuday school at 12. Y. P. E. E. at
6:15. J. Bowersox, pastor.
Services tomorrow as usual, with Mr.
KreeUnd in tbe puipitat 1030 and 7:30.
Annual meeting of the church Tues
day evening 12th.
M. K. church.
Regular service tomorrow. Morning
subject, "Necessity for, and Outline of
Revival Work. Evening theme, "The
Least the Community Reasonably can
be Expected to be aalbfied with as a
Prevention of a Recurrence of tbe Mc
The Church of Gvxi will commence a
series of revival meetings at the Ger
man Baptist church on North CotUge
-treet, commencingSunday the lOib, at
7 p.m. Regular service at 230 p. m.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Elder J. Hockett, pastor.
Services at 1030 a. m., and 730 p. m.
Sunday school at 12. Rev. W. E.
Copeland, pastor. Subject of morning
sermon Karma-" .subject of evening
lecture "The Vcdas on a religion older
German church, corner of Central
a-id Liberty streets. Sunday services
as follews: Preaching at 11 a. m. and
730 p. m.; Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Y. P. A. at 7 p. m. All Germans are
cordially invited. A. A. Engelbart,
There will be preacbiug at tbe Cum
brian a Presbyterian church at 1030 by
Prof. Cochrane and at 730 by Barton
Morning subjret, The Preemineace of
Christ. Evening sutject, sermon by
request Weighed in tbe Balances, ser
V.ces ai 1030 and 730. Y. P. & C E.
Services tomorrow as follews: Sun
Jay school at 10 a. m., preaching by
Rev. P. B. Williams of Philomath, Or.,
at 11 a. m and 730 p. m. Otterbein
Christian Eudeavor will meet at 6 p.
m. All invited.
Prires on shoes
are away down
Holidays all tbe time tbat is the
kind of candies kept by 8. I. Jones in
the D'Arcy block on State street. He
makes tbe best fancy candies in Qregon,
or anywhere else.
Baeky'b Heab&e. Notice Is hereby
given, tbat I have bought the hearse
of Olinger k Rigdon, known as the
Minto hearse, aud kept at Jap Minto's
stables, and have moved the same to
Radabaugh'a stables, corner Slate and
Front streets, aud all orders left at tbe
uudertakers,(Oiinger &. RIgdon's or A.
M. Clougb's, or at tbe stables, will re
ceive the best of attention. Thanking
my many friends for their past f .vors,
I hope by fair dealing a continuance of
tbe bame, and will strive to heed tbe
motto, "Live and Let Live." A. J.
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The nly pare Cream of Tartar Powder. No A mmoaia; No Alma.
Thrt ia Millioas of Skme 40 Yer the Staadu
EEPLY OF BILL
He Write3 an Open Letter
J. M. Shulse.
Dear Sir: In making "reference to
tbe death of R. McGee" I hope you will
not "wrest the Scriptures" nor the facts
as tbat would be "bearing false wit
ness" or lying; the facta are, tbat I en
tertained ail viuitors on Thanksgiving
Day with a bountiful free lunch and a
bowl or egg-nog. Among tbe many
who partook there happened to be a
half starved man who made a perfect
glutton and bog of himself and suffered
tbe natural penalty. No reasonable
man will say tbat I am half as respon
sible for the gluttony of my viUorei as
the men in your "business" who 6end
so many into insanity and a suicide's
craTe. bv sensational and emotional
nreacbing. The papers are full of such
rat, and who is responsible for it ?
Tbe Scripture you quote as your In
tended "text" Is perverted and falsified
as your conclusions must be. Will you
please be honest and quote tbe bcrip
ture as it is? For fear you will not, I
will. Heb. 2, 15 "Woe unto him that
giveth his neighbor drink that puttest
thy bottle to him and maketb blm
drunk, also tbat thou mayeat look on
their nakedness." By turning to Gen.
9. 21 vou will see what a crime tbat
was In those days. Noah got drunk and
Ham accidentally "discovered the
nakedness of bis father," as Noah lay
"uncovered In his tent."
For"looking on his nakedness" even
though it was accidental, his father
cursed him most bitterly. If you apply
your text to me, please show that I
caused bis gluttony aud drunkenness
and that I did it that I "might look on
his nakedness." Again please show
tbat God ordered a great crime when
he commanded those who lived at a
distance to sell their "oil and corn" and
"turn It into money" and then "bestow
that money for wine or for strong
drink, or whatsoever his soul lusted
after." Again will you please explain
the criminality of Jesus in manufac
turing 103 or 162 gallons of genuine
wiue for the guests who were already
"well drunk" "at the marriage feast in
Cana of Galilee?" Then will you please
explain why you do all your work and
make all your money upon "the holy
Sabbath" Instead of obeying the com
mand "to rest and do not work" as I
do? As tbe papers are so full of the
crimes of frail and lecherous preachers,
I might ask you to preach upon tbe
proper remedy forsuch intemperate ex
cesses. But doubtless all good men de
plore gluttony aud excess of every kind
as much as does Bill Anderson.
Bibybood for December has a study
of Eskimo babies aud cblldlife in Green
land. The Unfortunate. Today the fol
lowing persons were committed to tbt
asylum: Mrs. Robinson, of Umatilla
county; Mary A- Cbrisman of Wasco,
aged 49, and committed for the third
time, and Marion Oman, aged 54 years.
You can save 40 to 50 per cent on
holiday goods by buying at the New
York RackeL 2t d&w
Headquarters for all daily papers, at
J. L. Bennett's post omce blocs newt
PEACE HATH ITS VIOTOBXES
NO LESS RENOWNED
Strongly entrenched in a fortificatioi
which enables us to resist every attack
and defy every assault we wage success
ful commercial war upon our oompeti
tors. Not war with the roar of cannon,
but we storm tbe enemy with a fire ot
low figures and splendid values. Cab
and be convinced.
HABRTTT & LAWRENCE
3d-lw P. O. Grocery store.
Senator James F. Pierce,
"For. tbe past two ypars I have suf
fered very much from an aggravated
form of nervous dyspepsia. 1 nave re
sorted to various remedial agents, de
riving but little benefit. A few month
since a friend of mine suggested tbt
trial of Allcock'a Porous Planters. Fol
lowing tbe suggestion, I have been
using the same with the happiest ef
fects. To those similarly afnicted let
me suggest tbe manner of their use, I
place one oyer my stomach, one over
the hepatic region, aud oue on my
back. Tbe efiect is excellent. From
tbe day I commenced tbelr use have
been slowly but su;e y improving, and
am quite confident tbat by continuing
x cnmi again oe restorea to my acetic
Tnose Mocha and Jaya cofiees now at
Clark &. Eppley's are fresh and of tbe
meet superior quality.
mm iTn Nmmm mmm
to Ber. j miiua J u, v i Lfuvvii lu. y i juiiuualij
btered at Cost
The Largest assortment ever brought to Salem.
Thby Must Go
in the next 30 days!
AND COST TAKES 'EM.
100UEl flftUVi STORi,
U Panl'c, London.
It is stated that in all 10,000 people
attend the services at St Paul's cathe
dral, London, every Sunday, the
morning and afternoon services each
attracting 2,500 worshipers, and the
evening service 5,000. The fact that
the musical portion of the service is
said to be the most perfect of its kind
in Europe has no doubt a great deal
to do with its popularity. London
Sponges are being propagated in a
cheap way just now. About three
years ago a cute German divided a
few healthy specimens of live
sponges into a goodly number of
parts and placed them in deep water,
with the result that he now has a
crop of 4,000 at the initial expendi
ture of 120.
The Camperdown, the vessel whlcn
rammed the Victoria, is again cruis
ing in the Mediterranean in company
with the ships of the British squad
ron. Rear Admiral Mark-ham is in
A bee will make 20 trips a day
when the clover patch is convenient
to the hive, and thus will draw the
sugar from 120,000 different flowers
in the course of a.single day's work.
Life Is Misery
to many people who have "the taint of
scrofula in their blood. Tbe agonies
caused by tbe dreadful running sores
and other manifestations of this disease
are beyond description. There Is no
other remedy equal to Hood's Sarsap
arilla for scrofula, salt rbaum and every
form of blood disease. It is reasonably
sure to benifit all who give It afair trial.
Hood's PilU cure all liver ills.
The Salem Steam Laundry is doing
the finest work on tbe coast. It em
ploys only white labor, and its prices
are the lowest.
Immense bargains in holiday goods
at the New York Racket. 2t d&w
The Rugged Child
is largely an
of cod-iver oil with Hypo
phosphites, a fat-food rapid
of assimilation and almost
as palatable as milk.
. PrTrd'Tftta Rwa. w. Y. Alt amrrUt..
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU
SAIiKM. ... ortgoa
PriTate work a specialty.
n-n.CI.KM KNT. Manacer-
Newport, - ,- Oregon.
Located on the Beach. two miloa nmih
of Newport on Cave Cove, a beautifully
sheltered spot, wonderful scenery, sea
bathing, fine drives to Cape Foul weath
er lighthouse. House new, rooms large
and airy. Finest resort-for families or
Invalids. Open all winter. Trm
moderate by day or week. TntnHin
visitors can drop a postal card to New
port ana oe met by back.
d-2 m PmrtrUtAr
THE ONLY PLACE IN
Where you can find under one roof
JACKETS and CLOAKR.
AL.Li WOOL CLOTHING.
BOOTS, SHOES and ROBBER GOODS,
CARPETS. MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC.
DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS,
BLANKETS and QUILTS.
TRUNKS and VALKE8,
. 1 t
WILLIS BROTHERS' CO.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, -
TTTAKTED-Workol any kind, bj a, oner
T man who -ti a traacer la lh etiy
Wacca no object.
Jum Loumenju, at Thi
NOTICli Astobc ha Tin r bant tker vbh
ata:led andftd bar and oau lhtcth Ui
winter nuj iDQOlra or Harrtf Loom tor far.
tber particulars. WHlawlna. TambUl eon
WAN! ED. Girt to do rrnaral boucwrrt
in nunllr of two; Ul Trade itreeu W L
TTOB HALE. Two Itch cowf, Call atSboi
i m. n can
Christian kcience Lheratnn
klDdi on itale at 228 Liberty rtncU
EMPLOY MfcNT WAXTKDbTjcmDrmw.
rted man of good bablla, Hai badelrkl
yean XTrlenea In c-neral mercbasdlM
tor. W llllnc to work. Large vtrd sutit
pected. Aadreu D. C. L Jocjucax oOoa.
WANTED Situation by ralddleastd (fcn
man lady to do etneral homework. Ii
willing and aMe to carry on the largest boat
hold. No.lr3Htatet-eet. 11-iTlwl
AGENT make tSJXS a day. Gmtctt klttsea
ntenall eTer inTented. BslaliKeta, lto
old in every ooose. ram pie pcaixce nuo,
fliecnL roicsnxs&McKAiir, CindnoaU.a
31UIS PAPER Is kept on file at E. C. Daki'i
Advertising Agency. M and 65 MerehtnU
zehange. San Franelaro, California, when
contraca lor advertising can be made lor li
FARM FOR BALE. A. detlrable farmoflN
acres for rale on long time Town propntr
will be taken In part payment. AppljtoLw
wiuia, in upera House jmoce.
Yonr attention even for a moment mill
be hard lo do with an ordlnarr advert!
Imenl but fa-re U tometaingtbat oogattol
ao is. we nave opened sp oar
pounters. Leather Goods, Gold Pent, Aril
iBooka, Oxidized NovelUet, Callendanf
Oregon Tm Ord, J nvenile Broil. 0 j
inrio tneinu umea yo-J wui nnu rei
once msitlT redneed. Call and uamlMfl
Bkrar line, we will be pleased to tee yoa.
AjeaU for -Old Sick." S6 Stat street
HOUSE Painting, Decorating,
11 Hard Wood Finishing,
Can give good referenoea. Etimaie!farnll'
ed. Addreea, Geo. Kichstrnth. Halem. Be
denoe on lem Motor Railway. North Salem.
Leave orders at Stelner A BlosMra. I-"
MannUctnre Standard Preaaetl Brick.
Molded Brick In all Pattema tor Frost
and inpply tbe brick tor the NewBalemCltr
Hall and nearly all the fine buildings ereclM
in the Capital city.
Yards near Penitentiary. Salem, Or. hit
FR0EBEL SCH00LS-4tk Year
Infant, Connectlngand Primary clas?t
every week day from 0 a. m. to
12 m. except Saturday.
MISS 0. BALLOU, - - Principal
for teacbeia dally practice work from
9 a. m. to 12 m. in Kindergarten.
On Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from 2 to 4 p. rn.- Classes meet fr
study of Froebel system. Mrs. V. o
Knight, Principal. '
Meets Friday from 2 to A p. va. wU)
training class, conducted by W";
Knightand MIBUoa. For termsor
information apply at Kindergarten
rooms, corner Court and Liberty streets.
a cosiBlet assortment of
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ym i ...
le, 13 8J St&w
during this month are; On tbe JJth a
UB3nmrf allkliHU, LoackiiYwewa-