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jjJUV HOtmre BKOTJ1UKS,
"AY, JULY 29,
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DAILY LINE TO IttRTLAND.
Altona and Ramonafj
Portland, 6:45 a m. J
Solera 7M5 "a f
Independents? 6:30 . . nj. 4
Sunday frlWdfje&Mino far the pre.
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,oick lime, regal serriee and cheap J
....rate ... jf
M P, BALDWIN.
Agent, Salem. f
When Boys and Girls Wear
They are free to play and romp.
Taking the place of heavy underwear
they give relief, comfort and pleasure.
Being clastic they give with every
motion of the hotly. This feature
making the Nazareth waist harder to
wear out than any other known.
Notice the arrangement of the
buttons they are sewed and strength
ened Just where needed.
J, , Dalrymplc Co
il. I). Holland returned tills after
noon from Waterloo.
J 00 Itlch, the delivery man, went to
Portland thin morning.
Iter, J. S. White made a (lying trip
to Gcrvals tills afternoon.
Mrs. Geo. F. Kuiltli returned tills
afternoon from Newport.
Big Bargains Today
Your choice of our ladles' Vficshlrt
waists for COo. each.
Men's nobby straw imtH yotircliolce
Ut TO) 1
Prices all reduced on dimities,
organdies, Swisses, etc. Gents light
weight underwear, COc. u Hutt and up.
Ladles' cool under vests 6c. each and
up. Headquarters for summer corset,
silk mils, chamois gloves nnd tan
Khocsorall kinds. A few more dial
lies left atJc. and 6c. a yard. Fine
zephyr ginghams 10c. a yard,
It. & u. corsets.
Foster's kid gloves,
.Willis Bros. & Co,
Tho Cash Dry
Court and Liberty.
Goods, Clothing, and
iTUntll further notice our storo will
close at 7 o'clock oventnga except Kut-urdav.
Is not half so intense as
the demand for choice
The best at
l4 STATE ST.
Some of the very latest
things in swell bow
tics for the ladies.
Just in by express.
Sec them in south
arc melting under
our merciless cuts.
Choice of any Si to
1 T. Holverson. I
Attornpy J. A. Carson had legal
bj"?lnrs! In Albany today.
l Inrles Miller Jr of Jefferson, was
In the city today on business.
It. J Hendricks cauie down from the
reform school this afternoon.
Mr. -r,d Mr. Frank Ault, of Yew
Park, ure vIMting In Eugene.
S.W. Kurd and f.tiully, of Auiiik-v.Ik-v.erc
Salem visitors toda v.
E. M. Crolsan, the machinery man,
was a Gervals, business Mtor today.
Secretary of State II. It. Klncald
came down from Eugene this morn
ing. Mrs. F. A. Baker Is visiting at the
farm home of Henry Jones, nearCly-mer.
T. A. Llveslay, the racltio hop
buyer, transacted business in Portland
Dr. J. W. Meredith and family have
left for a three weeks outing In Wasco
Mrs. I. L. Patterson returned last
evening from a visit with Portland
Mrs, A. Crosby and child returned
this afternoon from an outing at Seal
Attorney General C. M. Idlcmau
came up from Portland on the morn
PI C Cross returned last evening
from his overland trip to Southern
Mitchell came up from nervals this
E. E. McKlnney, the grain buyer,
made a business trip to tho metropo
Mrs. J. L. Carter, matron at the
blind school, Is Just recovering from
a severe illness.
Mrs. W. II. Holmes returned last
evening from u pleasant visit with
A. A. Jcssup returned Tuesday
from nn outing at Waterloo. Ho re
ports n pleasant time.
Mrs. E. C. Small went to Albany
this morning on a visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. T. G. Hopkins.
Receiver F. It. Anson returned last
evening from a business trip to Spo
kane, after a weeks absence.
Stuto Supt. G. M. Irwin passed
.through Salem this afternoon from
Corvallls bound for St. Helens.
Miss Jessie Crclghton, typcwrltlst
for Stato Supt. G. M. Irwin, has gono
to Soduvllle for a short outing,
Mrs. J. W. MoKcnsoly returned to
Portland this afternoon after n visit
at the homes of her uncles, T. I), and
W. J. Jones.
Stato Treasurer Phil Motscliun ac
companied by his daughters, Misses
Amelia and Anna, were- Portland vis
itors today via tho Salem local.
Misses Daisy and Alma Wanner
and Onto Kioin this morning took a
drive to tho Hroyman farm, where
plonlckcd for the day.
Miss Mlntilo Llveslay, who has been
tho guest or hor brother, T. A. Llvo
slay and of Mrs. J. A. Morrison, left
this morning for her homo In Seattle.
Dr. ana Mrs. 1). A. Palno und
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. W. II,
Abrams, of tho insane asylum, went
to Newport tills morning for an outing.
Misses Bessie and Louie, and Master
Teddle will pend wvonl day at
Mchatua, leaving for that delightful
resort early tomorrow morning.
Gpv. W. P. Lord and HoruT. W.i
Davenport returned thi morning
from Corvallls- where they attended a
meeting of the board of regents for
the Agricultural college Tuesday
Mrs-Nora McGInnis was a passenger
on the steamer'Grey Eagle this morn
ing to Portland and Vancouver where
she will visit with friends and rela
tives, and recuperate after an illness
of several weeks.
Mrs- Norris Brown and son, who
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Brown, left this for Eugene where she
will visit her parents. Later Mrs.
Brown will return to her home at
Miss Zaldee Palmer of the post
onlcc department left yesterday on
her regular annual vacation of two
weeks. She will visit with Dallas
friends several days when she will
proceed to Woods by the seaside.
Salem has a nia'a who doesn't want
a vacation. Prof. Heritage advertises
as follews: During the 'remainder of
this summer vacation, until Septem
ber 15 (seven week) I will give voice
eulure lunsons at one-half my regular
price 50c per lesson. Now l the
time to begin. Why fool away this
beautiful summer? I do not need a
vacation neither do you. After Sep
tember 15 regular rates will be
charged. Albany Democrat.
FOLLETT, THE DIVER, HERE.
MOTOR LINE MEETING.
SUCCESSFUL CHURCH SOCIAL.
The East SaJsm People Arc capital
That the East Salem Evangelical
fhureli Is an entertaining crowd of
people, was clearly doinonstrated last
eening, at the Nwial 'given by tills
denomination at the home of L. M.
BenninglioH". In EnstSnlem.
The .-nclal was a grind success both
NK-ially and Huandally, nnd tlie'guests
express tlieniS4'lvcs as greatly pleased
with the evening'? many pleasures.
Thevhurch realized $10.05 clear and
which will go far
towards defraying the minor expenses
of the church during the coming win
ter, for which the joclal was given.
C. T. Doty, superintendent of the
Sunday school, made the guests feel
at home In his few well chosen re
marks, in the opening address.
Miss Mabel Harrington executed an
instrumental solo quite skilfully.
Miss Fannie Smith delighted the au
dience with a recitation. The vocal
duet, bj MICH'S Emma and Ada
Smith, was greatly enjoyed. Miss
Nora Illchtcr's recitation was very
good and was heartily applauded.
The trio, by the Bltlner brothers, was
one of the most enjoyable numbers.
Walter Ostrandcr recited very well
Our Cleamce and Remnant
Every article in our stqrc at reduced pricis d.,
Watch tliis space for daily salesl
ladies JBiacK ratine Skirts 38c
Received today a new line of
He Is Examining the Water Works
Mr. Follett, of Portland, a profes
sional diver, lw In the city engaged
upon an examination of the Salem
Water company's two suction pipes
from the crib across the slough to the
works. Mr. Follett Is the driver, has
had charge of the steel railroad bridge
at Portland for eight years, and was
for twenty years In charge of the "Q"
bridge across the Mississippi at Bur
lington, la. He usually gets $50 per
day for his services .besides expenses,
and the water company will require
him for a week.
The paraphernalia necessary for the
diver weighs 180 pounds. He Is sup
plied with air from an air pump on a
Hat-boat, which is worked by two men,
and Mr. Follctt's son assists him In
tho matter receiving signals, and sup
plying his demands while under water.
The diver, can hear nothing under
water, and all Ills observations nre
taken with his sight and feeling. He
takes tools with him; every Joint is
thoroughly examined, and the bolts
all drawn up where found loose. One
small leak on the old suction pipe has
been discovered near the crib, where
the lead on a sleeve joint became loose.
When this work is completed It will
bo absolutely certain that no leakage
exists in the suction pipes, and the
work will redound to tho great satis
faction not only of the people, but the
company Is well.
Thousand DoUais Raised at
Meeting was held last night at the
school-house in Frultland to rairf sub
scription inwerk and material to aid
the building of the motor from Salem
to Mehama and connect with the O.
E. & CJ0L B. at Lyons or Mill City,
the following amount was subscribed:
LecYate 2K ?!
GEGoss a" ft
Von T.ltrwlo 100 OH
.-f -""r'V"' " in. (Ml
eo II N Icholos jgj J"! i alXlVt. all expenses
JE Estcll WOO
WHDunkle J J
W II Slocum WW
WS Perkins $
Ben Bowden 00 00
Ficd Feller W JJ
Orn PPcterson jw W
E L Roblnes.
Thomas Clark !0 00
Several others will sign later all
they can. Meetings at Shaw Thursday
eye, Lyons Friday, Mehama Saturday
eveningand Stayton Monday.Laborers
must have work to live this winter.
From 10 to-20 each day applying to the
Labor Exchange for work and if the
citizens of Salem and vicinity will
help us to raise provision to feed the
men while at work, also feed for
tenuis and clothing to supply them
with one-fifth of the amount. Work-
on the road will be connnenceu oy ,
Sept lst.'OO, und be ready for the Iron ;
bv March 1. '07. Men are beglng for w; u i i. !i. 4U-. iJ . !., -.
ZmLZyTZZZlZ ttelr.-lfa.rf Mm. Our U . nnr crop and always
them work and something to eat, the give perfect satisfaction. Our uncolorcd teas at zoc and oOc
county will have to help a good many ( will match with most 50c teas sold in Salem,
before spring, lfany citizen can let us ...
have meat. Hour, or any clothlng.dry-. Our "Cracked Java coffee is of the best grade obtainable.
goods bootsorshoesand accept checks and our prices all right, too, Cast your eyes on our our div
irom uie i.aoor Mciiangc ior ims pIay Jront ot g storCf It will pay you.
same, redeemable over the line of H.r ' ' '
It. in tralllc,passcngcrorfrelght,at 20
100 each year till redeemed and thus
Salem will get the best paying
road In the valley. A branch
road will be run from Frultland to
Engnr.thcnce to Howell.Silverton and
Scotts Mills, using the same line from
Frultland to Salem. Remember that
Labor is wcnltli,and creates all wealth,
then help us to keep labor employed.
Still It Continues, .
f jr 9
! 257 Commercial st.
3gV"k. My 9 -Sum. 6;(t;
CHICACO, July 20 Hogj-LMu ,Art
3.3o; heavy U.sogt 10. b l wi
i.auie-Ueeves It loffii .n.
Sheep Market quiet, unchtd.
HflRRITT & LAWRENCE,
P, O, Grocery.
29 ffheit, cuijSi.
Superintendent Geo. W.
Jones roturncd this morning from tho
southern lwrtlou of tho county where
ho has been visiting a mimbor of tho
aMrs. F. B. Southwlck and daugh
ters, Misses Lou, Mattlo, Maggie, nnd
Master Ralph will Icavo early Thurs
day morning for a two weeks outing
Notice to. Contractors.
Sealed bids will bo received by the
undersigned, at tho ofllco of tho clerk
of the district until Thursday even
ing, July 30, J800, for repairing the
four fdrnaccs at the East Salem school
house .Tho 'furnaces must bo taken
to pieces, and every defective part re
placed with new material, In accord
ance with tho scale on file at the olllco
of the clerk, and tho furnaces are to
be examined by the commltteo before
they are bricked up. The committee
rescrvo tho . right Jto reject nnyornll
11. A. Bhuck.
W. M. ClIKKHtNOTON,
,r.. Xl. VYAITE,
Examini: Tun BniDciK. sinco the
Water Company has an experienced
diver In tho city examnlng Its suction
plpos, why not take advantage of the
opportunity and have tho piers or the
big bridge thoroughly inspected
while ho is hero with nil his machin
ery and equipment?
The W. C. T. U. chlldrens' sewing
class, are Invited to meet at tho resi
dence of Mrs. J. E. Watson, No. -1
Summer street, on next Friday after
noon, In order to decide tho dato of
tho long promised picnic.
Improvements. Edward Snell Is
having a kitchen rebuilt on his resi
dence in Yew Park to take the place
of the one that was destroyed by lire
several weeks since The hand
some and commodious residence of
Gen. W. II. Odell on East State sreet
Is rapidly nearlng completion and
will soon be ready for occupancy
State Treasurer Phil Mctschan has
recently had erected a beautiful
stuble on his resldeuce property cor
ner or State and Twelfth streets. It
Is a .well constructed building nnd
makes the surroundings even more
attractive.... Section Foreman P. D.
Prunty and force or Chinamen are
engaged in repairing the Southern
Pacific railroad trackln the vicinity
of Center nnd Marlon streets by re
placing several of the old rotten ties
by new ones.... The appearance of
the Moore property Just east of the
First Methodist church has been
greatly Improved lately with a coat of
paint.... The Congregational society
of East Salem has recently purchased
lots In East Salem and will probably
soon erect a modern church edifice....
Judge R. S. Bean has Just completed
a valuable addition to his East Salem
home. The roof 1ms been remodeled,
nnd a substantial addition made to
the west end. Tho entire building
and barn arc also being treated to a
new dress of white paint... It Is re
ported the O. R. & N. company may
erect a passenger olllco soon for the
accommodation of tho many patrons
and the Instrumental dint, by the
Misses Lillian Bowen and Mabt-l Har
rington, was rendered very acceptably.
The vocal duet, by Bern Ice and Verle
Williams, was faultlessly delivered.
following the program ice cream
and cake were xrvod, and 1 most 1 u.
Joyable evening brought to ilr.ppy
Among those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. A.G.Smith and children.
Mrs. Joe. Fones, Mrs. Cullen Jones,
Mrs. Molllo Moran, Mrs. O.P. Hlggln-
botham, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Plerson,
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Garretson, Mr.
and .Mrs. J. M. Davis, Rev. and Mrs.
E. Mauer, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Doty
and children, A. F. Hofer and chil-
Mr. .and Mrs. M. P. Dennis, "W. u.
Osburn and daughter, Mrs. John Red
mond, Mrs. E. K. Hall, Misses Etta
Selwert, Nora Rhodes, Trlsta Ander
son, Zua Skecls, Sadie Fones, Lillian
Bowen, Lulu McIIatlle, Myrtle Leslie,
Delia Walker, Messrs. W. A. Ernst,
S. A. Selwert, L. Shulse. Ed. Lee.
dolph Blttner,- Clllford Fones, Carl
Ehret, Guy Odburn, Milton Brlggs,
Albert Stewart, W. I. Stewart, Fred
Burns und Elvln Savage.
A Summer Vacation Offer for the Singers
During the remainder of this sum
mer vacation, until September 15th
(seven weeks) I will give voice culture
lessons at one-half my regular price
50 per le3son. Now is the timo to be
gin. Why fool away this beautirul
summer? I do not need 11 vacation.
neuuer 110 you.
or this company. Such Improvement """V" ","":.. ,,ePTr ,, tft
will be looked forward to with con-IT J?. r 1t?!Iw,,l cliar.i:ed'. Ca"at
sldcrablo eagerness by tho company's
patrons who nro now obliged to con
tent themselves with standing room,
waiting for In-comlng and outgoing
Are You Tired
Mrs. Ed Burton
Uucklen's Arnica Salvo
The best Salve la the world for Cu,
Swrc. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblain,
Bruise. Skin Eruntioni. and nmiilvelv m,..
Plies or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
Live ir fee satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 35 centi a hw For sale by Fred A
All the time? This condition is a sure indica.
tion that your blood is not rich and nourishing
as it ought to be and as it may be if you will
take a few bottles of the great blood purifier
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thousand's write that
Hood's Sarsaparilla has cured them of that
tired feeling by civing them rich blood
Mood's fills act easily and promptly
jm J- . .
liver and bowels. Cure sick
any time at the college of music of the
Willamette university nnd nrrungo
for lessons. R. a. Heritage,
Dean of College of Music.
VAN WAGNER-FOSTER.-At the
home of the bride's parents, In this
city, corner Court and Thirteenth
streets, at high noon, Wednesday,
July 28, 1890, Miss Mary Van Wag
ner to. 1. simpson Foster of Smith
Tho ceremony was ncrformed bv
Rev. J. P. Farmer of the First Bap
tist church, In tho picscnccof about
fifty of the relatives; and intimate ac
quaintances of kthe contracting parties.
The rooms were hansomely deco
rated for the occasion.
Following the ceremony an elaborate
wedding dinner was partaken of.
The bride Is the daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Geo. G. Van Wagner nnd has
ror many years been employed In the
city schools where she has won an
envlnble reputation as a successful
The groom Is a successful merchant
In Smith's Falls, Canada, whore the
newly wedded couple will reside.
Mr. und Mrs. Foster left on tho
afternoon train on 11 wedding tour that
will embrace the great lakes, Nlagra
Falls and other points of Interest.
HOWE STARR. In Salem, Tucs
day evening, July 28, J8W5, Miss
Lime Howe to Hugh Starr, Rev. J.
LEVAR. At the family home in Sa
lem, Sunday, July 20, 1800, to Mr.
nnd Mrs. P. C. Lcvar, a daughter.
Great Health Food.
The ramous Acme Mills are making
a new line or health foods, Including
Ralston 's Breakfast Food, Dessicated
Wheat, Gluten Farlnn, nealth KolTy
Gluten Flour nnd other superb correal
foods. Branson & Co have the sale of
them In Salem.
Portland, July 29. Wheat MUe. . ,
S3! Walla Walla, 49V h J '
Flour-I'oriland. 285; &atoo cow,
2.85; graham. 2.30; supertin. U.25 1 tw
Oats-White, 3l3"i grey, oS
Potatoes.. Oregon, Koggoe psL
Hay.. Good, toto.50 per too.
Wool.. Valley, 89c; Ewn Onra
Mi!lstufh..l!ran. Jn.ctf2n.toiW. i.,
Poultry- Chickens, mntijyQyy, &.'
eis. 1 1 .So2.5o; ducks, $213; jeoe, j
turkiw, live, ionc; dressed, ijti;c.
Hides.. green, salted 60 lt5c, kkJo
60 lbs 44jc; sheep pelts, io7oc
I lops . . Oregon, 2 to 3c, according to qui.
liuttcr..Ureon fancy creamery.
fancy dairy, 3o35; fair to ftfal, i;fl
viiccsc .urccon mil crcim, a.
Eggs.. Oregon, I2c per dot.
Beef..Topteers, 3.$3-'J per lb; tu
to good uteers, 2! 3.5c; cowi, iftgift,
dresed beef, iS1-
SAN I'KANCISCO MARKET.
Sjh Francisco, f July 29 Vihal,pfo
Wool.. Oregon, choice, 8ioc; JtJwar J
7c, valley, 8oc.
I io) Quotable at ljc.
Potatoes -to5Sc per sack.
Oats Milling. 7S8.
Wheat. .43c per bu., market Ana,
Hay. .haled, cheat, 710.50; timod;,
Flour., In wholesale lots, 3.00; wU,
3.20; bran, bulk 11.00; sacked, IJ.w;
shorm, 12.5013.50; chop ffM, 11.$
Poultry.. Hem 5c; SpringchUuem, ;cU
Live Cattle.. I !i.
tho New York
Buttek .Is Buttku. This dairy
product Is short Just now, but you
can always get a superb article, at
Branson & Co's.
Dust It Deep. But there Is al
ways a remedy. Order ono of those
elegant feather dusters or brushes at
Money Is Powmt. A person can
now go Into John G. Wright's Pioneer
grocery and by paying cash can get
.1 1 . ' u,,yui' eHOOs: Avery large assortment
Minis-iuwu price, policy tains tneso Best stylos and lowost prlccatthe
Uays 28-3t Now York Racket. 2toodlw.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Alcdal, Midwinter Fflir.
,Mot Perfect Made.
o Years the Star3rrd.
Smoke. It has been, unusually
heavy, but-it Is all gone notso with
cigar smoke. All smokers "sTiTflprefer
La Corona and thus patronize home
Wool.. Bent, I2ic.
Fees.. Cash. 10c.
Butter.. Dost dairy,
15c; fincy crciotrf,
90: shoulders, 5c.
Hats, New York Racket cheap. The
Fedora Hats at the New York Racket
can't be beat. Prices below all com
Will Not PerformMlracIes
But It Will Cure.
QLwitTEnxY Meeting. The second
quarterly meetlngof thoFlrst'TJnlted
Evangelical church will bo held over
next Sunday. Rev. Ballautyro the
P. E. wlllotllclato.
Pop Bargains in Evepyfbing-274 cororgai si.
OUT flofle: "Spot Cash, Quick Sales and Small Profits."
A Picnic It Is a constant plcnlo
these days, cool andjclean, everything
refreshing and exhlllratlng at Ken-
worthy & George's restaurant, 100
To Wed. Jarralge licenses were
Issued today from tho county clerk's
oOlco as follows; Clarence O. Blakoly
and Martha Burton; Amos R. Bovens
and Anna M. Jensen.
Extradited. Governer Lord to
""Ylssyed Papers asking the Governor
or Washington to give up one August
lirOniCr. Who M nnw In tnll nt. 0n.nr..n
""d'swautcd at Portland for Jump-
J, llo U.lll,
TVO iNSJWP TTni Wn,...,
Grant county aged 47 yeara and Aug
ust Gustafson of Columbia, need 21
years, were today committed to the
Our stock ol tan
closod out bofnro t.lm
See Krausse Bros.
shoes must bo
6eason Is over.
Children Cry for
""'.."; Vol ml-
cures nervous VrZJZk
raculously. but kJVZ
remorlnff tho germs or af f,,Mi
.upplylnc healthy Mf".JKl
enlng the entire system. " W
roqutro proloucod !,".,
writes! "A. the "g U
tho physicians said I bad,Xdra
prajed IW ?X
felt that U wUef did Mf5Ji Btorf
dead or Insane. wriZuHiM
tiro Kerrtne Clw S
Uours and from U UT w Ud
SUed, .lowly at Xffe
Jurely. ItooklaallttbotUe M,
express how V"1 lo&?
Meetly well. """SHutf";
for over four months. ,