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Daily Capital Journal!
BY HOPttR BKOTHBR3.
TIIlItSDAV, ArnrsTB. 1800.
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Altona and Ramona f
Portland. Oi45 a m -
Salem 7 n. in., rteupl Sunday, p
Inilrpiii'lunce, 6:Jo n 111. i
Quick time, regular service and cheap j
.... rates J,i
M. I'. BALDWIN. ;
, Ardent, Salem
fr1 0H S S " ftlM wit W -
Our 0-button suede glove
We're still sulllnir It at
Sl.l.'i to cltwc. The
ulnr price Is-Sl.iV).
Pure Silk Mitts,
V. t.. llilHV l0 It?
By contenting ourselves
Willi il Sllltlll IHlMt. Uet-
ter goods 2.3c.
Best of All , . ,
Choice of any shirt waist
lu our store up to $1.50.
:n Boys and Girls
They are free to play and romp
Taking the jilnco of heavy underwent
they glvo relief, comfort and pleasure.
Being clastic they glvo with every
motion of the body. Tills feature
making the Nazareth waist harder to
wear out than any other know n.
Notice the arrangement of the
buttons they are sewed and HttciiKtli
cued Just where needed.
J, J, Dalrymple Co
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MARION COUNTY COURT.
Transacttji a of Interest to the Tax-
Marlon county's court Is still In
scsflor, having disponed of many
claims and totitl tie work.
The Mlsslcn creek bridge to be
built near ('linmpocg was let to B. M.
Dlmick, w.ioe bid was U0, L. I.
Swan wns appululcd to superintend
The following' awards for wood con
tracts were made:
Oak John V. Smith, (Ij colds, at
$fif per cord; II. Page, 15 conN, at
V2.U; M. Doran, M. II. Savage, Lor
IiiK Bernard, la lel Bernard, A. L.
Palmer, ('. I). Dexter and IJ. I. Naves,
Mrs. s. L. Ilayden was a Port la lid
T. B. Kay went to Waterloo this
Nop. A. desner was a north iKiund
pasi Migor on (lie morning local.
I Hcv. J.S. White went 10 Portland
o 1 tlin early train this morning.
Jo. Cnvauntigh was a home coming
passenger on the afternoon train.
Attoniey-tJeiieral C. M. Idlcman re
turned to Portland this afternoon.
Carl Nicklin. a successful young
Kiiru'jor, went to Portland this morn
ing. 0. W. Johnson, the clothing mer
chant, made Portland a business visit
E. F. Pnrkh11r.1t, the machinery
man, made a business trip to Portland
Mis. Emily Sinner, of Polk county,
is visiting her daughter Mrs. N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Flnlcy Pcrrlne re-
Maudc and Leo and son, of Portlatuli
nro guests for a mohtli at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kaiser, of North
Snlem. They are linvlngn very enjoy
able visit at the capital city.
Chas. Winters will leave Salem
alxnit midnight for Slab Creek where
he will spend several days. The trip
will bo made on a wheel and Mr.
"Winters expects to reach the coast
Leslie Hunter, assistant In Wells
Fargo & Co's olllce, and Borneo Hun
ter, meat-cutter for E. U. Cross, re
turned Wednesday afternoon from
Newport and left on the morning
overland for The Dalles and Goldcu
dale where they will visit friends for
a week or ten days.
MIssMolllc Bernard! took passigc
via Salem local this morning for Port
land. She was Joined at Woodburn by
her cousin Miss Oebhardt, of San
Jose, Oil., and together they will
visit Portland friends. Miss Gcbhart
will leave Portland .Monday evening,
via occn 11 steamer, for her California
Bid BRYAN RATIFICATION.
Friends of the Union Candidate Rally
At Hotel Willamette this evening
at 8 o'clock will be held the Hrst meet
ing of all friends of Bryan nnd Bi
metallism to take steps to hold u rati
fication meeting at Salem.
At this meeting tlio date will be
fixed, committees appointed and nil
arrangements begun for 11 union rati
fication meeting in which the people
can participate regardless of party.
Let there be a good attendance tills
Notice to Bridge Contractors.
Notice Is hereby given that no war
rants will bo drawn for construction
of county bridges until contractors
forthe-satne shall have furnished to
the county court certified receipts
showing that all labor and materials
entering Into the construction or
sucli bridge? have been paid for.
0. P. TfiimcLi.,
7-3-d& vt f County J udgc.
The regular quarterly examination
for teachers' certificates will beheld
at the court house. Salem. Orepon,be
glnnlngat 1 p. m.,Wcdnesday,August
12, 180(1. G. W. Jones,
7-30-dw-td County Supt.
One Me e Week,
r? it 1 4
cvcryining ai clearance sale prices f. ..;- -
Wash poods. 5M J . Su,
wgt g0005 must go, wash goods, shirt ZJEr .
uiw uuuerwear, greater reductions than Z7 '.Tm,
-rv drgcuiivjus f cccivcd a casc f
scmiscamless at 10c. Lad.es' fastblack Jw8 fast Wact
Get them vyhile you can. They will not. lSfe at
Big Shirt Waist Sale
Wednesday and Thursday,
NEW TODAY is--v
257 Commercial st.
turned Wednesday from an outing at
Newport. The State Sewer.
Mrs. B. II. Coshow and children The men engaged In excavating
t. irtav wont, in ltmwiuviiii. nn n vi.it. have almost reached Summer street,
to friends. Tiling has been laid along cither side
., , l- w i , i r ... of the trench as far as Winter street.
Mrs. E. E. nlers and son Way o ,, .. ,, . , , , , . .
. . , , ... . ,., . . The sewer Use f has been la d to Cot-
have returned from a two week's out- w , e , ,
ln,a:sowp,,rl' duct has been cove.ed to Church
.TiITirsiiti Mvers wns innotiL' tlio1 mi ,. .. .1
ninny Salemltes going to Portland XViore tlio men are cngmred Isconsld- priCeS and quality Can brini? it JrOr a Starts
tliN iniiriiliur. I 1.1. . 1 ., 1 .,. ,. .....
" uuiuiy easier inuii wuuru ine worK
Mrs. L. I). M Inkier has returned commenced since the soil Is much
d life re nt
We want to have your extract trade if
W K a t it v. it FoitKOAST. Tonight
and Friday showers.
A not ir Kit Mink. Today Fred
Lultby apd A. Frlcdcrlcli Hied a min
ing claim with the county clerk on
tlio "Golden Balnbow Lode."
You Don't Havkto wait till sales
day to get n bargain at Tlio New York
Backet. Their bargain salesdiiy con
tinues through the year, and on every
lino of goods carried In stock, t&s
Wn.i. BtJir.p.- I). A. White, tlio
feed store mini, has begun building a
new residence addition to his house ut
North Salem, a ( by an two story,
that will add much to tlio comfort of
each 7 cords, at W.75. Fir Win,
Wolfmlre and B. J. Neal, each u cords,
at $1.(10; E. A. and W. J. Prultt.r,
cords, nl 41.75; F. A. and U. E. John
sou and C. F. ICing, each twocords, at
Ill the matter of Janitors for the
court house the present encumbents,
W. S. Klein Inside and Geo. Clymcr
outside, were continued,
Klein's pay Is $10 per mouth and
Tlio Polk county court Is expected
to come over tomorrow, when matters
pertaining to the big brldgo will be
shirts, suspenders, hats, ribbons, em
broideries and laces, In great variety
at tlio Now York Bucket. Wo under
buy for cash.und wo undersoil all com
GiXAituiAN. Judge Terrell today
appointed C. P. Olovcr, or Albany,
guardian over his minor children,
Balph, Matilda Bonald and Mabel,
who have been loft somo valuable
property by their grandmother.
Stkkk Sti:amn(i. The caso of
Stuto vs. II. 0. McDowell and Ed.
Brown, charged with tlio larceny or u
Hteor, tho property of Fendrlck, is be
ing tried before Becorder Edcs this
afternoon. District Attorney B. L.
Ilayden assisted by John II. MoVary
arc prosecuting tho cao while W. II.
Holmes represents tho defendants.
At the press hour tho trial was still
Geo. C.Will Is having the appear
ance of the front of his place of busi
ness on Commcrlcal street greatly
Improved by tho application of a coat
of whlto paint.
John Hcldeckcr Is progressing nicely
In the work of laying a 10 foot side
walk along tho west end of the Stato
house grounds. Tho layer of cement
Is five Inches thick and tlio work is
being dono In tho usual llrst-class
manner that Is characteristic of Mr.
Tho work of repairing tho street cat
truck of tho Salem consolidated street
It. W. company Is progressing very
rapidly, gravel etc having been re
moved from around tho tics botweon
Twelfth and Fourteenth streets whllo
now ties nro taking tlio place of tho
old ones. That part of tlio road on
which repairs havo been completed, Is
n noticeable Improvement over somo
other parts of tho road,
fiYourclioleb of our ftn?ft'?S?I1fft!
Muktino at Shaw. Tho meeting
hold at Shaw last evening lu tho in
terest of tho Salem Labor Exchange,
was largely attended. Subscriptions
for tho proposed motor railway to tho
amount of $1,100 wore secured, $200
of which Is provisions, tho remaining
9000 conslstlngof pledges of labor and
material. Arrangements will bo
completed noxt Wednesday for a mass
meeting to bo held In Salem in tho
near future when tho real valuo of
this road to Sulom and vicinity will
bo sot forth nnd subscriptions nsked
for to assist In tho construction
thereof. Tho Aumsvllloiind Stayton
mills havo each pledged $200 worth or
flour and it Is likely tuo Salem mill
will "follow suit." This amount of
Hour win bo almost sullicient to feed
tlio men whllo tho road Is lu course
of construction between Salem and
after an extended vMt with relatives
Win. Stalger returned on the early
morning train from a brief business
visit at Albany.
Mrs. Geo. B.-'Ginv and children to
day went over to Newport for an out
ing at tho sea side.
E. M. Cmlsan transacted business
In the metropolis today, going down
on tho Salem local.
Mrs. W. II. Byrd and children re
turned this morning from an extended
visit at Forest Grove.
I). J. Fry and family returned last
evening from their outing In the
John M, Osburn, of Corvallls, was
today tho guest of his brother, E. F,
Osburn, of this city.
P. II. D'Arcy Is enjoying tho ocean
breezes at Newport whore ho will re
main a week or two.
Deputy SnerllT E. E. Cooper trans
acted olllcliil business in Woodburn
David Scott Sr., returned this
morning from a business trip to Al
bany and Harrlsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton re
turned Wednesday afternoon from a
visit with Albany friends.
Mrs. J. B. Kelly and niece, Miss
Olllo Kelly, today wont to Gcrvals for
a short visit with rolatlves.
CaptJ. Q. Barnes returned this af
ternoon from a short visit at the
Moliama G. A. B. encampment.
Bov. E. Powell returned to Portland
this morning having oMclntcd at tho
funeral of tho Into Mrs. O. E. Bobbins.
Mrs. C. F. Smith, who has been
visiting relatives In and about Salem,
loft this morning for her homo at
Mrs. O. B. Adams returned to Port
land Wednesday nfter n short visit
with hor daughter Mrs. C. Mcrrltt, In
E. O. Olltnor and Dr. W. B. Morso
lesion tho early morning train for
St. Helens, to attend tho funeral of
Mrs. M. M. Holmtiu.
er we will sell vou an 8-ounce bottle of
SoStrS'good lemon or vanilla for 25c, Just think
work today. It Is reported that no
discussion of a political nature is
allowed between the laborers and out
siders while "protection" to the
laboring man, and "sound money"
arguments are constantly discussed
among the men themselves, the
bosses frequently taking an active
part therein. It Is not said how
true the report Is but It Is known that
a communication heartily endorsing
McKinley and Bobart as the friends;
of tho laboring man, was signed by
nenrly every man employed on the
ditch. It Is said a number signed tho
paper fearing they would Uo obliged
to forfeit their positions should they
of it ! Four times the amount you usually
get for that amount !
HflRRITT 5 LAWRENCE.
P, O, Grocery
People who sell "WorldBeater" Soap J
New Yoik, Aug. G Silver,
i-uiCARo, AuC. 6 -Boct-LlcM
7oj heavv $2.9o3.5o. h
Cauler-neeves ., .(fS.
.Co. "'1"' w
Hku Husiiand DKsnrwa Hek,
Tuesday's San Francisco Chronicle
contains the following concerning a
Salem couple, whose domestic a Hairs
are apparently not very smooth sail
ing: "Mrs. William Bracken arrived
hero from Salem, Or., yesterday in
search of her husband, who, sho says,
ran away two weeks ago with another
woman. Mrs. Bracken says sho was
married in Illinois two years ago and
went with him to Manltou, wherejhc
accepted a railroad position. He had
gambled and spent $1600 she had In
herited. Thoy had gone from Manl
tou to balem, where Bracken had de.
Spoke op the Indians. On Mon
day Stato Superintendent G. M. Ir
win attended a meeting of tho Indian
(school teachers, at San Francisco,
when ho made an addicss, or which
tho Chronicle makes tho following
"Superintendent Irwin's address
was an earnest pica for tho duty and
wisdom of making a cltI7.cn of tlio In
Ulan through conferring the duties
and privileges of citizenship upon
him, and partlculary by teaching his
children In tho public schools."
SMITH. At the family hnm :
Liberty at 0:.10 a. 111. Tliirsi .
August 0,180(1, Mrs. I). M. Smith.
aged about. 'II years, of consumption.
Mrs. Smith Is tho wife of D. M.
Smith, secretary of the Oregon Land
company, whoso little boy, aged 5
years, died about ten days since. Mr.
Smith has the mo-l sincere sympathy
of a largo circle of friends In his
l'uucrali services will bo held
from the homo at '2 o'clock Friday
afternoon conducted by Bov. T. M.
Jones, or Portland. Builul lu City
HIRES Rootbcer absorbs
all the goodness of nature's
most healthful herbs, roots,
barks and berries.
MJ!ljbj Tt CbirUi K. Illni Co.. PMIuttlrtU.
A 5o. pc. uiku s itikg,. sou tTtrwMre.
Good A'alues. Our first aim Is to
give you good valuo In every article
you buy at Tho New York Backet.
4. X&t.VjL...lL--fe. a.-.
lYourcholcoof our lniiioa jKiTLi.iK
777.. i..a-k rnZ ."- -""" '"v fmiv
niiiaisiiir ow, rsomo iianttsomo pat
terns loft-skes JI2 to 32. Call land
get a bargain, cm in Ml f-W
Exclusive. Tho famous chaso &
Sanborn colTees that were sorved ex
clusively at tho World's fair iiro now
handled exclusively in Salem by
Branson & Co. It is tho best colTco lu
.Willis Bros& Co,
AI.Ii DATIHFIKU. XIIO XSOW VOrR
Bucket enjoys a good trado because
every custoinor Is satlstled. T & S
Having Hoc Cake Soap in
your kitchen or bath once
Deputy Shorlll J. II. Melssner re
turned to Portland this afternoon,
having committed a patient to tho
Insane asylum last ocnlng.
Miss ' Ethel Morgan, of HUlsboro,
caino down from Albany this nfter
iioon and will bo tho guest of Miss
Ethel Gllllngham for several days
Private Secretary and Mrs. W. S.
Diiiinlway went to Portland this
morning to iittond tho funeral or Mr.
Dunnlway's father who died Tuesday.
W. II. Butchart loft this morning
for Moliama with his phonograph and
will treat tho Grand Army people
with nil tho latest music during tho
Herbert Campbell returned last
evening rrom tho Quattzvillo mines.
Ho reports work as proerrosslni von-
satisfactorily. There aro about 100
mon on tho pay roll,
Jas. Mothorn lias accepted a posi
tion as motorman on tho Salem Con
solidated street railway lines. Mr.
Mothorn will mako n faithful employe
and will overlook aftortho company's
Mrs. Kate Kaiser
AnEvenino Picnio A delightful
picnic wns given last evening nt
Mornlngslde, In honor of Miss Mary
Mclntyro of Oregon City, who Is the
guest or Miss Lenore Kay. About 20
young people or the Paptlst church,
were present, and a most delightful
evening was hud.
A Valuable Prescription.
t ;(,ltr"A Morrison, of Worthlngton,
Ind 'Sun," writes: "You havo a
valuable prescription In Electric Bit
ters, ana loan cliccrrully recommend
It for Constipation nnd Sink- HnniiniOin
and as a general system tonic Ithns no
iiiuai." :urs. aihuo atonic, 20i Cot
tage Grove, Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not eat nor digest food,
had n backache which nover loft her
and felt tired and weary, but six bot
tles pf Electric Pltters restored her
hoalth and renewed hor strength.
Prices f)0 cents nnd $1.00. Got 11 Bottle
nt Fred A. Legg's Drug Store.
Let The Whole World
Know The Good
Dr.Miles' Heart Cure Does
In pursuance of tho requirements
of tho law approved Fobruary 25, 1880,
iiuhcuis nureoy given intib 1110 IOIIOW
Ing list of county warrants Issued
seven years prior to July 1, 1800, have
not been presented for payment and
thoso enclosed In parenthesis having
ueuu uncancel tor ami stin remaining
In my hand nnd custody, and unless
so presented for payment at the office
of tho county ticasurer, of Marlon
county, Oregon, 011 or before August
20. 1800, said warrants will be can
celled and payment therein will bo
refused, till In Hccordnurn with Mm rn
qiilrcmcnts of said law.
f080, Capital Adventure Co., July,
1888, $0.70. '
0120, S.W. Morgan, July, 18S8, 8.-J0.
7270. Wilson I). MerNiirv. rWnmlur
7-11)1, W. B. Simpson, January, 1889,
7718. B. Phelps: January, 1880, $30.
7784, J. W. Thomas, Fcbrunry, 1880,
8.1 10, D. W. Yoder, May, 1889, $2.75.
(WAlUtANTS UNCALLED FOK.)
(810. L.A. Vermccli.Miirch 18, 1889
felieep Market iteady.
, . I'ROVISION.
,?.r,,,?.nil.'..AuB'6- Wheat uller ,
ii, nana waua, 4950. '
Flour-Portland, 2.85; Benton couai,
2.85; eranam, 3.30; superfine, . x, ky'
Potatoes. . Oregon, gocQi.oo wrack.
y;.Good, 1010.50 pain. "
Wool.. Valley, 89cj Ewttrn 0m
tillstuns Ilran, i3.ooi4.5o3horti,15.
Poultry-Chickens, mued.JjQj.jo; bral
s. Jl.So J.50; duekj, j:at; Eee, jg4;
turlceyi, live, ionc; dressed, 15117c.
Hides.. oreen. tailed An lhr. ..
60 lbs ACSuV.ci sheeo Delts. ioOtv. '
Hops. .Oregon, 2 to 3c, accordiog to qui.
iiutter.. Oregon fancy creamery, ioQj
fancy dairy, 3e35: fair to good, i$(5m.
-ucc .uicun iuii cream, g.
Eggs.. Oregon, ujcperdoi.
Beef..Topstcers, 3.oo3.J5 pMfb;fii
to good uteers, 22 3.5c; cows, Jj⁣
SAN fKANClSCO MARKET.
San Francisco. Auc. 6 Wheat.;eK
Wool.. Oregon, choicc.ie.aiic: inltrw!
7c, valley, 8oc.
i inp yr
Kl W.H. Trullinger, February 7,
(7530, Dan Rogers, January 11, -1889,
iiotalii nt 2(340.
Potatoes ?rf(6oc nor k.ick.
Oats Milling, 75CjJSi.
Wheat, .44c per Du., market fins.
Baled, cheat, 7.5o8.co; timod-r,
(0007. Oscar Itiiiinnls.
(0547, L. D. Pitman, October 5
me' m ri if yiti
m Ji "S .
(6001. Allco A. Omni?. Mnv in
$2.00.) ' '
0101, John A
Mclntlre, August 8,
(0358. Gad Miller. finntninhni'T 1RSA
1.) ' '
Holllday, July 0, 1888,
EART DisiCAdE, L.-u Sis victim nt.
Uilv..-u.i; . Atwayj ttmnlit that
m-.nii..laj uineuiallo. wlion tlia
symptomg Iwan.o Vi.iUoCneJ. tlio patlont
booomps nlarpuHl aci B ervoiu pa ml. taUos
, . m-u mm riimN v i .i
thore Is rroat n..i.,! ..- . .a .:.. ...V
TVhen Baby u licV, w kt her Castoria.
Wlif n die was n CUiUj she cried for CVut.i.
Wlien tlio became Jllsa, she clung to CtastorU.
When she had Children, the kto them CastorU.
uur stock ol tan
closod out before tho
Seo Kruusso Bros,
shoes must bo
season Is over.
id (icslrt. to "lot
Inter, of Mil. Kni,. Trrltes: "l desire
to lot tho whole norld know what Dr. M !!,.
ILartCuro has dono for
pain in my heart, short-no-J
cf hrcnth, palpita
tion T'Uln iii my leftside,
oircod feollnsln my
ch.--t iea and hungry
1 ,i.M ... if :ia ,.,
l,i .. . . r ""uuuer
Dr. Mllos' 1 cart P,,ro .-.ud bofora 1 finished
tho second hot t Ic I ui 1 u j ffj jd effee u I foci
unTJ. ,1 l VX fj!ly '. ' that Dr.
Miles" Heart Cure savt-U uiy life."
thatiimuot itfi'r.; T' ithoU on i?"qi
"v ursi oouio I v iicSu, o? monoy rof uud
tho whole world bm.w
polls, bad drmiru.
'"" '--' ' ; . .. 1 , J ta TT. "'"1 - - --, w suwuvj 4U4UU
MP II I P Pop BapgaiDslrTEuei
. . I I 1 1 1 V OiiP Motte: "Spot Cash, Qiiick Sales and Small p.
(7389. Ilenretta Late. DpcpihIiop
1QUU 11 in ' --...--
(0120, B. F.
(8222, E. N. Olrnrd, March
.,(8031, Gunes Fischer, May 13, 1889,
(U555. John Flvnn. n.rn)wr r, insn
al- . .,...., ..,. , .w,
(0337, A, Eoler, September 7, 1888,
i0lo4IP,' PlinB' Couflcld, September 10,
.ifUowls Burtman, Februury8,
ai(7W, Wm. Brown, January 11, 1889,
ber 7, 1888, $1.70.)
is ea tn'8 aotu d"y of Juni A- D-
""" U V, JJiHLEN,
BIDS FOR WOOD.
Sealed bids for furnishing wood for
tho court house will be received at
the olllco of tho county clerk until 2
t c,-SPk,ftJP' on tho 5tu daVOf August,
A. d., 1800, as follews: For 70 cords
Of riOlO li:i k-.Il 11(1 90 nnrito nf ,.,1 lnn..
llirgo body'Tlr. " " HWU v"t,w,
Bids, however, will not bo received
from ono party or llrm for more than
from live to fifteen cords of polo oak,
or for more than live cords of large
By order of tho county court of
Marion county, Oregon.
datfcJuam' &rcson tui9 iotu
10 dot w3t ujerjj
It s m Town,
Flour,. In wholesale lots, 3.00; re'u3,
3.20; bran, bulk 1 1.ooia.50j sacked, 1:00;
shortH, 12.5013.50; chop feed, 11.009
Poultry.. Hens 5c; Spring chickens, 7c lb.
Hoes.. Dressed, 2K3J.
Live Cattle.. i;fa2.
Sheep,. Live, 1.35.
Wool.. Best, I2c,
Butter. , Pest dairy, 15c; fincjr creme7
Clieose . iaKc.
Farm Smokod JIeals.U1co.7ci km
90; shoulders, 5c.
Potato!., 60c perbu
Uucklona Arnica Saive
The best Salve In the world for UU,
Sores, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fw
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, CtnlbUw.
Bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positirel; can
Piles or no pay required. It is gusrsntfel B
Live per fee satisfaction or money kIwk
Price 25 cents a box. For sale by Fred A
A Summer Vacation Offer fortheSinjen
During tho remainder of this sun
nier vacation, until September IStt
(seven wceksj I will glv vj iwcimue
lessons at one-half my regular price
50 per lojson. Now is the t'"0,,1,?,
gin. Why fool away this beaut"
summer? I do not need a weatw.
neither do you. After September WW
mmiiormiiu win ift fthnnrea. V1'"
any tlmo nt thocoUcire of music am
Wlllametto university add wW
for lessons. K-A',IlEUn7&
Dean of Colleceot Miwc
Tan shoes selling nt a great sacri
fice. Krans.se Uros.
1 . ou'll be surprised.
Wont ''yellow tho c
on't burn vour hm
QiiiCk Sales and Small Ppofifs.'
burn vnnr Imml.
r .. r ... jvm. .,tuu.
"""nig equals it.
Better than soap.
Ixtra largo packages.
HDailES. K "U "-
The negroes of Beaver nill wll cele
brate Emancipation day, on lAugust
8, vrlth a grand barbecue,
Highest Honors-World's F.
Medal, Midwinter Ff.