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AND A RIGHT PRICE
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"Tailor Made Soils, Wash Skirts, ,.
v Skirts and Waists, Muslin Underwear,
Silk Waist Patterns Collars and Cuffs
This store will close at 0 p. in.
New Lace Curtains
Dainty pattern in ;i'olntIde
Calals,'tho rery latest curtain
noveltlcfi. Also new Notlng.
hams at. 90c. 91.09, S1.2T. and up,
In corded effects. Now patterns
well colorj combinations, 2Tc
Organdies, Swisses etc.,
White organdie at 15, 2ft, ;t0, 40
and to cents the yard. Two
yard wide organdies, CO, 05 und
S3 cents tho yard.
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
Will soon )eginnu reapers and
mowers, und did you ever stop to think
that your watch need cleaning and oil
ing every few yearn. My watch-repair
department Is the best equipped In thu
city, and I do only ilrat-clnsa work, h
don't wear out your watch or
clock when wu clean watches and re
plucu a main spring for
each and warrant the work. Jewelry
repaired and made to onlur at iHiunlty
Jrawolor and Wntaltmnkur.
20 Veifc Kspfrta 20C Comracrcrat SI.
)-1 ll I'd
Tonight and Tliiiwlny rain.
K, It. and Harvoy Porter of Ale ware
in town today.
MtwsJMna Price wont to Albany to
day for 11 short visit.
Mm. W. P. Lord was a passenger
tor Portland on thu oarly overland.
Miss Myru ! Itayinond icturned hint
night from a Portland visit.
All Ixm Illrsoh hn returned from a
week with Portland friends.
Attorney Win. II. Holms went to
Portland on the oury overland.
Miss Alma llradley, of Woodburn, U
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Lenou
in this etty.
J. II. Colbnth, of Itowhurg, arrivod
on the ovurland today to attend the 1hI
side ot his fathur.
Itoy Williams, ot Wiudom, Wash,
nrrhod today on a vUlt to the tsndly of
his unelo In this olty.
15. IS. Nlohols went to OervallU roday
to do some olootrU wiring on the Agri
cultural college building.
Kills Purvlue and Geo. lto repre
sented the Halom hup baUilltan on the
north bound overland.
Goo. Gillie, o( Woodburn, at prtweut a
mining operator In llrlthdi Colombia,
In In town today.
Mrs.W.A. Ousfek mid Mr. Willis
Murm have returned from a week apent
in Portland attending the opera,
McKInloy Mttclmll memoer of the
Itepublicau fltato Central committee
for Marion oounty, was in town today.
Mr. anil .Mrs. K. 0. Rlehsrt. went to
Turner, to vir.lt a family of old nelghbor.
from Minnesota, who came out wine
yeara.xof Henry llru.
Having got the tupi-eme court at
Pendleton started 00 on its right foot.
Clerk J, J, Murphy returned to Salem
J. II. Kay, interested in Douglas and
Jackson county mines, who opened up
the Black llutto qulokiltver mines, was
in town today visiting A. 1). Palmer.
SPRING HOUSE CLEANING.
Creates a demand fur new Curtain and Draperies. Our stock of theso
good was never mure complete. Dotted Hwli. Point D'KiprlL New plain
ad fancy Schrltu. New Art Denims, J'cw ullkoilnea. Now Luce Curtain. All
of Mieoe Koodn will ha sold Bt our uiuul oloms cash prices. Wo would W
PJpswhI to how litem to you and are quite sure thai you will like the uoodt
4 lite wlctiiun Ukuu.
Jtoly to wear, they ro all new styles, nicely l rimmed, tuve good Lin
i wr sMHjwin our
then oheper thau
Silkb'k'rts forW.00 U the bestthloif ever nhown to Salem fur tba
prim, m m over,
Ncw.stock and tic combinations 4
In exquisite patterns of silk In fe
fpiit fir nnff rv1ri. 41.00 cncll. 9
In small sires for ladies. All
The greatest line we have ever
HostMOf new things In black
crepons, plain weaves, plaldH,
Miss Jorndo Crolghton was a neii
gor to Portland via the Ituth today.
Mrs. Ituth Hayre has gone tp Astoria
MrM Clark, of Gates, come to the
Halum hospital today for treatment.
Mrs. Mark 8k iff, was a paNuuger to
Portland this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs, T. It. Auwin, are kjhjikI
lii),' a few days In Portland.
Mr. A. Hind) and daughter. Miss Iluuli,
luft today for a three mouths visit in the
uait. They were accompanied to Port
laud by Mr. and Mrs, A. N. HuhIi, and
Mrs. .1. T. Mathews, went to Portland
Mrs. Anna Nlohols ha again taken
charge of thu local Povtal Tuh'gniph
olllce after a few weeks vacation at
George It. Porstuer has accepted the
X)itlon of night engineer at the brew
nry, vacant by resignation of Thomas
MIh Klla Puuuull and Mbw Hall, of
Monmouth, and Miss Simla Puuuell, of
Portland, are In this elty the guettts of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Itloly.
MlAi Cora Hntun, who holds a )mU
tloui In llie Pitntal telegraph olllce at
IlugeiiUi returned to Balem today for a
vlidt at hofue.
W. Scott Taylor of Gerwds In is town.
A let of his friends think he wonld
make a Hook iuxpwtor nnd he hojKwt
the eounty court will think hi too,
Mrs. Clay Comb, of Pomeroy, Wah.,
arrives tjils evening to he. thu gueit of
Mrs. W. II. Odd I, an old Koutueky
friend. Jtev. (Jumb has been aiHilntel
Oumlerlund I'riwbyterlan (motor at Itu
Slnnetrt MarikulHi, of Toklo, Jawn,
arrtvisl in the trity to-lay. He is a grad
uate of thu Unhersily of California
whieli he attended fur four yeiirs awl
may leeture while at rteleiu on the hinne
life and social eiutuins of the Javanee,
It. J. OulUith, of Asylum avouuuc, U
datigtrously III as a result of a utroke of
lianilysts sufforail Uut full. Deputy
iiherilT II. H. CVdUtli, lat evening tot
egraphetl auuthrr mm, J. II. Onlbath,
at.ltomjlmrg, asking his Qtlejulauve ul
the bwlstde of the mUwnt.
Omar fylvestwr of thwl. 8. Itugiuver
corps at large is oxwted to arrive to
day from Admiralty Head, a new fort
near Port Townsomi for a two uAn
vMt with tlit family of t 1 Devauey.
He aspects to W Ntntlunwl on (he 10th
of this month.
AiIvIsm to his family in this elty r
IHtrt that '.Col. John P. Miller, vlw
starlet fer Klamath eounty last week
iua imskeanl, lata reaehftl JasktMHt
eounty ufs awl Impruvwl Jh in health
He will visit his brother at JaskMMt
given away withtwarv
W urder at thu
Omnlfto Studio over N
lllif out In price at the
photo muulu. Call ami see.
you can lmv them made. Our lilaek
MAJOR PERCY WILLIS.
the" Beamd Otteon Volunteer on
Fighting ny the Philippines.
Col. M. W. Hunt, of this, city, this
morning received following11 letter from
Col. Percy Willis, of the Second Oregon,
dated Maliute, Philippine Islands, April
I thought a few lines from this tar of!
place might interest you, so will write
as there is nothing else to do at present.
ncnave pawed turoiigJi pome severe
fighting. On the 26th and 2Gth of
.Marcu tne acconu ureimn iwro tile
Jrunt of the battles In front of Caloocan
ana jiaiaoon. no iiuuirgontx eotifiu
ered their trenches there impregnable.
On the night of the 24th they ap'tcared
to be very jubilant over wmetliing. Wc
have since learned that Agutnaklo was
there and oncouraged thorn. Their.
bugles blew merrily and an occasional
cheer was heard. They gave a volley
now and then through the night, but we
made no reply. At daylieht Generals
Otis (II. G.Otis) and Hales' brigade
advanced on our right. I could see them
through my field glaspos. It was
glorious sight to see thorn cross the
open fields and carry the insurgent post
tions and pas out of wight into the
woods. We were on the left next the
Iwy. It was a swinging movement from
the right and wo were the pivot. In
our front was their strongest oition.
About 8:30 our order came to advance.
Our men were already in skirmish lino
behind tlio trenches and at the com
mand, arose, jumted over nnd started
across the ojn-n.
Tlio left of my battalion advanced
straight across the fluid. The right pro
reeded up the rnllroad track under
cover of the cnbankmont till wo woro
near the Hank of the trenches. We
then turned to the left and charged
vigorously on their luft and flank. The
fire was ary heavy but wo went right
on and inside ot an hour from the time
wewtnrtcd we had their first line of
trenches. W then Ami on tlmlr second
line from the rover of the bush for about
tin hour and uave the men a much
needed rest. At last Colonel Summers
told mo to advance my line mid I told
the bugler to blow "forward." It was a
niaguillciuut charge over an open fluid
aguinsttrongiutronohuients. We ad
vaiiced by rushes firing and lying down,
thou charging and lying down to avoid
fire. In this manner we crossed the
Held and gained thu trenches. The
enemy lied into thu hush und across thu
river when they took refuge in a third
line, of trendies. Here we fought them
all afternoon nnd into the night. Latu
in the night they abandoned this jxi
Hon and we crested in tlio morning
without opiM)sitlou. On thu 2(lth we
had ban! fighting, charging live or six
lines of trendies, hut our Ions was not so
huavy. In the two days we lust about
sixty killed and wounded. One man
was killed and my adjutant mid another
man badly wounded by my side.
have seen what war is and am satisfied
that dun. Hhurman told no lie whim
ho said "war Is hull." Private Npicor
of "(i Co. mine no wlmru
I was on the river bank late in theafter-
nism. He is employed In the quarter
master department, but was looking tm
some wounded men to take to tlio rtsir.
iieiore lie eoitlu obey our injunction to
"Gut down Bplctir, got down," tSpat'
wont a bullet ugalust his face and lie
fell like n log at my feet. I thought he
was deed hut learn that he is doing
nicely in tlio hospital. We are in re
serve now, guarding part of the Manila
and Dngapaii II. It. which forms the
line of supply to the front. Our ad
vance lines are beyond Malolas, which
fell two days ago. This is n very
pretty country. Under favorable con
ditions I would like to live. here. It
swims to I hi very fertile and productne.
Under Aumrioan rule I think it will Im-
ooinu a fart ilo garden spot of lnsuity
and plenty. I am well and oontent. I
love army Ife and would like to gut Into
thu regular establishment when the
war Is over.
What to Smoke.
Cigars from pure tobaeoo made,
Snpiillwl In quantities to the trade,
I41 Oroiia ami CliaiHiUtn are the lst
lly A. Huckuustulii who undersells tiie
Tlie origliwl owners of the Suutiam
Lumberiiig On, are reported to have sold
uut their entire business InteresrU at
Mill Oity to J. K. Wuuthorfnrd and J.
it. Wvatt, of Albany.
Are gaiiautf lwr rai.lly hi h m
'"' Hsu and liavel- EJB 1 I g
" jij utrm m il kk 1
! . UUM k4ir, llxHa WP I
in .ui ImiiLmi kii ll.rH) 10 mMwIul
sluoli, liltuJi lWMHlWva tbttu t ftlMlJi. Jr
Say, Parents 1 1
Hyourboynr girl la uHUMially haul
on s1kh, awl kees ymi poor buytH;
ut uitwi, uin in aim see uimi wu can
no inr ;
)ou. We have tKHue stfleMilId
ut llainillon. Brown A Co., put
ml wearing. They are warranted
up fur lutrd wearing. They
lullv ami we've built up a siUeiHlkl
trwie on them (or soluxd use. Our
HrleiMari lower than you iwy and we're
willing to pme tbts tf yw'll kwV..
SBW atlOKS KUROIimnitKN
SRW 8110 hXHt WQMRN
Watch Our windows 1 1
MARION COUNTY NEW3.
ButSqen Being Transacted at the Court
Sheriff Dufhin Is doing a great real
estate business.'these days, selling prop
erty for delinquent, taxes. Buyers are
few, however, defective description of
the land being a little too prevalent.
Tho May term of the'eommissioner's
court met at tho court house at I o'clock
for tho transaction of the usual business
and the election of a stock Inspector. It
is raid (that J. B. igler anu vt..
Taylor are candidates for the place.
DEEDS, ETC, FILE!), (
J. K. Howard to Geo. 3. Downing,
109 acres in 1 7 r 3 w, $1,000.
United States to Chai. H. Cusick, w
of n tf , sec. 20, and e H of n e M kjc.
10, 1 10 s r 5 east.
United States to tho holw ot Peter
IJest, deceased, w H of s w X, seo. 20
and e of s w i, sec. 27, 1 10 s r.7east.
J. If. Albert and wife to school Dis
trict No. 21, Marion county, block 1.
Yew Park annex to Salem, $1,200.
Mrs. O. Savage (widow) to George W
Davis, lot 3, block 4, University Addi
tion to Salem, f460.
Inventory of the estate of J. I). Gobin,
deceased, by W. S. Taylor, W. II. Span
and Jacob Naylor, has been filed. It
shows real estate valued at 5,200.
Cincinnati Lavery and Wright For
shay have been npjiointed administra
tors of the estate of Jas. Lavery, de
ceased. Minnie McCawioy Cullon, guardian of
Xewtonia II. nnd Alice A. McCawioy,
minors, has filed her annual account.
Towner Savage was arrested yesterday
and brought Isifore Justlco Johnson on
onmpluiiit of O. W, Bouthwlok, who ac
cused him of stealiiign horso of the value
os 35 and a pair of hobbles of the valuo
of 75 rents. Trial was set for 10 a. in.
today, ami bail was fixed at 50, which
The trouble arises over some sort of a
horso trade. The two men men had
traded horses, but Savage clniiiui that
it was only conditionally, subject to ap
proval of tho owner of the horse he
traded off. It seomos that said owner
disapproved tho trade, so Savage brought
back thu hdrsu ho had acquired and took
away the other. South wick failed to
approve of this proceeding; hence the
When the cm-e enmu up this morning,
It was dlsmiiMtHl at thu request of the
Frank Davoy, counsel for Savage,
tried hard to have tho costs assessed to
tho prosecuting witness, on the ground
that the prosecution was malicious, ls.it
Justice Johnson could not suu it in that
Southwick then prufurrod anotli.ir
charge against Savagu for stealing the
hobblus, which he claims were worth
six bits and dlsapuared with the horse,
and the trial was had this afternoon be
fore a jury consisting ef: A. T. Mollltt,
W.T. Itigilon, Fnink Post, Henry Tur
ley, J. J. Muths, ami Jas. Kyle.
The evidence failed to connect the
defendants with the hobbles, and the
jury required hut minutes to bring In a
verdict of not guiltv.
An Excellent Combination.
Tint pleasant lurtli.xl nnd U uedcla)
irMits of the well Iiiomii remedy,
hVMl'l ot Fins, luttoiifu tuiisi liy the
C.i.iroiiMA F10 Nvm-f Oi. illustrate
lie vhIuh of olitolning the liquid la.xa
lie H-ineiilM of plai.W known to be
HHNltcluully laxative and iiresentlng
tliHin In the form moat rerreshhig to tlio
UstH Hiiil Htwuptalile to the kvslfiu. It
U tin on iHirfeet ativugthculng laxa
tive, floaiislnr the hvkU-iu enVetuullv.
dltHlllug wtliU. headache and fevers
KMiiiy yut prumptly and eiml.lingone
to ovvroouie hahituul ooiutqiNtUiu pur
iintueiitly Its ptrfH)t frei-dum fumi
very olijeetioiiable quahtv and miu
stance, nud Its aotlng on the kUluu,
liver and bowels, withoiii wcskcnlng
or lirltHting them, make it the idiml
In the prtK-eMof iiutnufueturlnf fl
hiw ummi, a inuy ni-e iiiiHiMiiii to t
taste, but the iiumIIoIiihI iiuuUtlesof the
ivmed are obtained from hcuua nnd
other aromatic plants, by n method
known to the Cai.uoiisia Pio Svitur
Co only. In onlor to get Its l.enoilulal
I'tTct'U and to a. old Imitations, please
rciiuiubertlie full name of theOompauy
printed im the front uf every wikage.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
BAN rUANOISOQ. OAU
LOUJSVIUJt KY. N?W YOnK. N. Y.
! uk by alt !kuggfc(.-Pilf JRV. f iHe
Ladies 1 1
We'd like to prow our elaiins for Uie
wuy ruuuing qualitted of onr Tribune
bk'.vcle. If vou'rv a ruler, com am)
try ime. Only coU yoH jwir um, and
vim II know wlwt it means to ride a
whel tlwt almou runs itlf.
TUB KLKGANT HEARINGS
THE CYCLOIDAU SIMIOOKKT
THE PBRPROT KITPINO OHAIK
lliats wlwfs the mutter withTrlli.
linen. ThateveioklalsnriMkut uf th.d
is the thing that
NAME THE TIRE,
twvr-w.-j r ' srrr i. vu.
w C9MMSRUL 8TR11T
At Bull Run,
?omrJo Cbss. Elms, of McchsnlcsTllU,
S. Y., was itrack by a piece of shell which
iter caused terero heart trouble. He saji:
"At second Bull Run a puce of shell
lodged in my thoul&r, and later
rheumatism set in, which in turn af
fected my heart to uich extent that
several doctors pronounced my case
incurable. Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure relieved my pains, shvtness of
breath and enabled me to work also to
deep soundly, and prolonged my life."
Is sold by nil ilru?elsts on xnarantee
first bottle benefits or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent free.
Or. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
The real Carbon's nre to be
tho Cronisc Photo Studio.
5 2 tf
"The White Man's Burdon" will Is'
the subject of Ilev. Mr. Cnjieland's ser
mon in Unity church on Sunday morn
ing, In tho evening Mr. Copeland will
lecture on "Australasia and how Aus
tralia and New Zeland have rid them
selves of the "Man with the Hoo"
COTTAfJK HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Kd. Wright, La Grande; J. S. Kerb,
Scott Mills; W. W. Ilrothurroh, T.
Hcnsloy, J. I. Jones, Portland; J. L.
Calvert, T. P. Judson, Grant's Pass; A.
K. Coopor, Scotland ; J. S. Sharp, Chi-
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS.
II. W. Clarke, II. J. Lou, W. C.
White, Portland; Ileurv Jacob, Geo.
K. Burton, L, D. Jacks', II. W. Hick
man, San Francisco; Jas. F. Mason,
New York; (i. W. Harris, City; C. U.
Vilas, N. B. Whitlav, Seattle; ('has.
Hardy, Kugene; G. S Ituudebiish, St.
The black bas jiut into Minto's
slough six years ago by Glduon Steiuer
Ix'giu to yield returns nnd Salem has
plenty of tinomloyod anglers to take
them. They wolgli ulsiut a pound and
(itu only 1h eanghtwith a minnow lmit.
NEW.UU1LD1NQ8 GOING UP.
A Business Dlock to De Improved in Sa
lem Very Soon.
Tho quartor block of the rear of the
Holmau building, facing the club stables
on Liberty i-treet to bo improved and
built up in the near future. This proji
erty Is now owned by II. Pohle, who
has the corner, P. J. Ijirsen
adjoining, ami Mr. Johnson, of Silver
ton, who owns the piece adjoining the
Steam I-aundry. A survey was made
tislay, and the street will bo graded up
forthwith. When that is completed
Messrs. Ijirseu ami Pohle will erect
buildings for their wagon ami black
smithing businotteos, reqectively. Mr.
Johnson will also build mum. This will
be 11 llrst-elass improvement for Salem,
and these pushing hindm men are to
bo congratulated iion their enterprise.
Liiuis Yiunini is in thu city from
Portland, and says his (teople will not
offer their line corner lieyiind Gtay
Bros' hanlware store for a postolrlce
site. They expect, however, to erect a
modem brick building ujmih it as soon
as business conditions will justify it,
und he thinks that will not lie long.
MINISTER TO PERSIA.
Reversal of the Italian Gov
ernment Causes the Ain
istry to Resign.
llr .ocUtrd I'reaa lu (Uc Journal
V iNiiixwruN, May a. TImi (irtMideut
has apiHilutisl Bert W. Bowtw, of New
York, minister to Persia.
(Tills wa the post tenuereU Ex.iu,v
lnl of Oregon, ami det'lineil by him
ItoMK. May S.-Tlw ItaliaM niMi.try
has reigned. TU em trt Use chain
ber, when Signor Crisjii rwprtMeii Ad
iHtnvl Catwvuro for divulging staWd.u-
wta. ww vry atrikliif. "Wareiriv
Iks w1Ui light lHMrta," wk Signor
Crfcjii, "a surry siveetuel to Europe. I
ask tlio clwmber to ueaH) this dlfcws
atfi." The dejwUw uwte.1 Srpiw
Orlapi with xuaonlinHry deftsrottce,
sevorol rieing ami vxviaiwiHt, "1I is
our only man."
A thnsyfoMrUw of Ut deputies arv
likely to ot apiHet tit goWHwit,
it ta iH'liud that UtMteml PUu d-
orilwl to reKt a HratMOfH tN etit-
Pl V Marq Hi. 01 Kiuilai and rv
k4gMl iorthwIUi, Uhk-h m k
HHWilMrt wUlptolwiay iarlt hint to
JNHttfH Use Mbiitet.
& ef kc rtwlw ot aegtetsd dysvptiC
cotis-lmjaie caMcr eoatvimsMko and ep.
Cor, Commercial and State Streets, Salem, Ore,
Portland May s wheat alley
notio..; Wnlla Waila, 5S 53Jc.
Flour Portland, 2,l)0; Supcrllne
2.16 per hbl.
Hajr $3 per ton.
Hop! -l.r(a)17c; old crop Cc.
Wool Valley, 10((ji2c; Eastern
Mlllstulf Ilran, 817; short1, 818,
turkeys, live, i:i(i:ijc.
Eggs Oregon, U(al5 perdo.
Hides Green, salted 60 lbs, 88ic.
under 60 lbsJiC'Sp.sjhccp x;lts,15(520c.
Onions 7flcCnl per sack.
uuiicr uosi aairy, iu(inc; rancy
creamery, C0c per roll.
Potatoes, 1,10 per cwt.
How Heavy, 81.72.
Mutton Weathers 4c: dressed, 7ic
lleef Utccrs,83.50(.1.75; cows, 12.50
(&i3.00 dressed, fnfii.
Oats 39 Oc.
Hay Uaiud, :hoat, 7.0Ofa.3.0O
tiour in wiiolesule lots, 82.75
Hogs dressmd, Sic,
Live cattle 2J3c.
Sheep Live, 8250(g3.
Butter Dairy 121 creamery 20c.
Wool 15est,15c. Mohair 25c
Cxhaustlon and break down follows Ortn
Prevent it by using Dr. Miles' Nervine.
Advettisement fir Proposals lor the Sit
for Public Uulldmg.
U. d. Theasl'uy Dkpabtmbct. 1
Wasiunqton, D. C, April 15, IhOU, (
Sealed proposals will
bo received, to
oe opened ut 2 o'clock
1 ... .
n. in. Miiv in
1SW). for the sale to the CmtPrl st.itna i
of hultablo property, centrally u'nd
conveniently located, fcrtt site for the'
puuno uuiintng auinurized by Act of
Cougress, upprovod March 2, 1S01), to
bo erected In Salem, Ore. A corner
lot, upproxiinutlog 130 feet front by
U0 feet In dlmeubluns, Is preferred. If
not a corner lot, the property mus ap
proximate 130 feet by lbO feet In dl-
monsions, 1110 lbO feet to bo street
frontage. Eich pmixwal must be
made with tile undorstucdlng und ,
(igreemont that, if It is accepted, the
buiIUIugs and all Improvomoots on I
the piopcrty are to bo retained, und 1
written notice, by the vendor, und
that all exrwuses connected with fur.
vmuvvu "it, i imj in riv uuvs amir i
iiisiuug oviuenco or tltlo and deeds of
conveyance nre to be paid by the
vendor. Each proposal must be uc
eiuipanlod by a properly drawn diu
trrtnu, giving the metes and bounds ot
the property, and showim; the nmi
around tho block In which the prop
erty is situated; also by a written
statement in regard to the grades,
character of ground for foundutiun
etc. The right ui reject any und al
(iiuiukmik, n rtteCrVCHI.
Buoh pmpiKMl must tie saled,
h...vi-u rrupueai mr llie stile of
BulMlRtf In Salem. Ore." awl ad
drsed and mulled to
. ,j wrulary of tne Trwsury,
4 SOW WashlBgton, IT. C.
Don't ikMk ya cancmc ihti tlwekt uk
0c IU ewe w; i.U mhojc he dlgestiy
-HKJWC iug ?teits.
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Ut4kiy ku wUl ouTe y.u rrL.
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a 66 TVnn l,T,h, J" . ""wa. uitY
Tke Homeliest Man in Salem
As well as the handM.masr. unit hiuk.
are Invited to will on any drtujuist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
remedy that Is KUarauteed to owe and
believe all Chronic and Aoute Orjuuh.
Astbmi. Oronohltla snd rvin.nn.n
1Rew &nb 1Robb&
For the latest in clothingf hats, notions
and novelties, always go to Friedman's New
Racket and you will always be sure to find
them. Headquarters for trunks and valises
at Friedman's New Racket For staple dress
goods, table linens and towels, Firidman's
New Racket is the boss place In fact, any
thing you need you will save money by
Reeds Opera House
A) One Week of pun 5C
COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY
THE JESSIE SHIRLEY CO.
In Standard PJays
At Popular Prices,
Grand Military Parade Dailv,
Childrens' Matinee Saturdav.
SCALE OP PRICES
Orchestra . . noo
Parquet , aoc
Pirst Balcony . , , 30c
Second Balcony 20o
G'dlery .. . 20o
Children . . 10c
a n . t ir o
- "eauty tor Your Sparc Room
in n toilet wit of Ensllah Porcelain In
0w -iml i.r.,P.,fi ,iV .
Rracoful design, liaiulsomoly
lUvonitw colors, worth double the
inuiiuy, aiui urn Hiiimwiiii i...i,,.1J n
1 liri uitlmwlljl ..1.i.1...
w - - . .-..,. ...... UIIIW, I U
Imvo thorn in all shapes and dnlnt'v ,1,1.
124 State at Telephone 51
ifltVrlileiPlatl!U)ld for 0Dl' .60 size
lexSOcall und see it ut the Cron.se
4 27 tf
No Time to Die.
Cyeluut place a high value on time.
revv use liquor or tobacco. A Salem
uwlertakw- dhooversthut no pronounced
eyelwt has ever died at Salem. Cyoltoltis
- ...r wuige-rous to otlior people.
v .. ,U.lS8c:at,0,Noi
police Is hereby itiyea that the co-
Llnei.hl'. ""etorore existing be
tween H. M. rsnenn II II 1
98 State street.
land O. J. SlllrlpV unrlnr t.lin Hrm r. .,..
andstjleof II, M, Urnnson & d. us
h,?Mr.aiu,?Cryr Salem, Oregon
has this day been dissolved by tuutual
eousent, llle Mld a j Shuley retlr
oM.f.rotu sa!? Uru od buMnesi. Said
business will beieafter bo conducted
by the baid II. M. Ilransiin and 1 II H.
JhRw' wi,w,u P?y a" outstanding
chiiuw and demands against the .aid
arm of H M. Uranson & Uo.. and all
accounts due to said Brtu are p.yable
jo the said II. M. Branson and II, II,
(Signed) H. M. Ukanson.
11. Fl H.n.v.
4-3-1 m. O.J. Shirley'
S, C, STONE, M. D.
Stone's Drug Stores
The itores (two In number) aro located a
No. a slid 883 Commorolsl strcqt, and are
will stocked with a complete line of drugs ajul
medicines, toilet articles, perfumery, brushen
lifts had some 25 years experience In tho pro
tlronf meillcliieand now makes no olurire for
contiiPatlou, oiamlnstloii or proscription.
Little Special Offer.
Fou Onk Wi:ek Only. You will
remember that wo give tickets
(worth 2 ccntH each) with our
Coffees, Teas, linking Powders,
Huvorlng Extracts, etc., und wo
will kIvo another tlckot extra
with each Mb. can of our own
DIAMOND BAKING POWDER
to any purchaser who will mention
seeing this advertisement.
Wo guttrantflo it to bo absolutely
pure und good; or cluo money back.
Pry a can and be convinced and
tave 15 to 20 cents on a pound can.
YOKOHAMA TEA STORE.
Telephone Red 2691.
Chance for an
Ah to whether Journal want ad pay
or not. J '
They always pay i f they ask any
There aro so raanypooplo in Salem
that somebody is qualillcd to fill
any sort of want.
If you want to find a position or
someone to fill u position 5 if you
want to find tho loser or thu finder
of aii articlo ; if. you .want to find a
landlord or a tenant,' try a Journal
03 STATB STUEET.
Just received a full stock of Ladlca'
and Gents' Spring and
I Will bo plcad to show patrons our
oiuvk umi Kuuniuec saiisiactlon on
every purchase. Prices the lowest.
A Sure Way of Getting Your
Is to use The Journal want columns.
Among our many reginmnts of read
era are enough kinds of joplo to meet
all kinds of requirements.
Ju.t apeak up" when 011 have a
want and you'll be Burprised at the
number who will want to fill vour
ii'tal Junk Shop,
5iyB"Mt Prices paid for all kinds
hides, etc 13a COURT STREET V
Give us a call. 3 18 lnj g
J 0. RUBENSTEIN.
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Hon. Prle 25c. and S0 'irtu-