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An assortment of dnlnty
Puff Ties - .
Fancy Four-indiand, with
Collar . . . .
bow In white, lilac
BKIT8.1N Alt, COI-OltH.
BkLTH IN AM, XtNDM OP .BATUMI.
BeLTH IN MCTAf.-AM. I'KItlKB.
( . In fact, uny kind of licit needed
t' will Imj found in our stock.
h- An elaborate assortment of Stick
Pins, Charms, Waist Sots, Cuff
'' RllttOllH, CjTllllO Chains, .
f Bonuty Pins, each - - IC.lip
Mado offlno linen crash, latent out.
Tl. 25" to 1.75
Are tlio lK!t values you
NEW WASH VEILS
I'lulii mesh, dotted; and
35c to 1.25 each
J. J. DALRYMPLE L CO.
Out of Sight
You m:iy Is'llevo huvlnjj you eyesight
iwou wuii our mm
Hut your looku and sluht will loth he
improved by our eyeglasses mid spec
tacles, when your eyes have been tested,
and protior glasses adjusted. 1 iiiiiko no
charge lor to t Inn your sight, mid our
pricoH for glasses are reasonable.
Every pair of lenses, every frame,
every eyo-glus,, ohiiln and hook, under
gocKit curofnl lns)cctinit lsiforo leaving
my store, ho thatuoiio hutpurfect glusos
All CUnttHON are wurrcntod.
(lltAIIUATi; WIKNTII'lf IllTlliAN,
U0 YKAItN EXrillllKNCK.
BOO COMMICHOIAL, MY.
The Daily Journal has
more subscribers in Salem,
1 ;uu paid-up ones at that,
than any other newspaper.
DATES OF LOCAL EVENTS.
May ill June i County Sunday
Hdhool convention at Marlon.
. Juno 10 Intercollegiate Fluid day.
Juno II Railroad conductors plunlo
Juno 1!J Wllluimttto
..Juno )5 Willamette
Juno 15 CoininwKXMiiwit
College of Muslu.
Juno IKbCommuniwmeiil Interstate
Miulgal Cousorvutury, Uttu Ainlwrt-N'!ll-iiiuu
.July 4 Celebration at -stem.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Mr. uud Mr. A. 0. Uiwitmeo o Port
land spent MoUiorhil day In Owelty .
A. 15. Hawk returned to Salem, utter
li seven months stay lu Ijm Angeles
Mm. 0. K. Idlamun, wan a pusuigvr
down to Portland thin morning via Po
mona, Mhm Kiln Rimituuu uud Uruuo Bab
cock were returning Christian Itudouvur
h'legute-ii via touiier Ruth, last ovtm-
The wet weather forces us to cut
akfc ittk space during the week First door south of the P, Ot
Willis Bros, 6b Compajmy
SOLE AGENTS FOUBTANDAMD rATTEUKS,
Woman's Muslin Underwear
All extra values.
Have you ever
been offered a
Skirt for 45c?
Wo have them
all tlio way from
Vc. to ft2
A fow bargains loft which will Imj
sold to close out the lot at our
Famous Halo. Prices
fl.07 - -
Alltholatostshaims, inadoof crash,
fell and ulpacu.
Now Urn hint In. Kino Mochas,
nilk lined. Dress (doves in nil
1.00 to 2.00 a pair.
GOLD AND SILVER
.Now summer HtylcHitud in ncKlleo,
Hllk front, the latent.
Mrs. 0. II. ThomaH 1h in Htaytoit visit
Henator Driver came down from I.aue
Attorney Gonoruf Blackburn returnwl
Hon. J. II. Hettlomler, of Woodburn,
wan in the city today.
Mr. and Mm. K, V, McCoruaok aro in
Portland for a few daytt.
Mm, I.uella Htonu ami daughter went
to Iohuunn todiiy (or a vinlt.
MlhH Henrietta I.auer, of Portland, Ih
a KUUHtof MIhh Nuva ClrlHWold.
C. B. Kdwardri, who ban Ik'cu vIhUIiik
In Falom, returned to Portland today.
Henry llrown went to Ivugeuo tixlay
to work on the United HtatcH HiuiKlMiut.
Hev John l'ltrHoim went to Marlon to
day to attend the Hunday whool con
veutlou. The MIhmm Mooro left for Portland
thlri luoruiiiK after a viNlt'wIth Salem
A. F. NieholH, of Portland, Mint
Memorial day the Hiiwt of M, (Juinn, of
tlio anylum force.
I.. Huniuol, the Portland uiauaKcr of
the Kuitahle Life Iiih. Co., Ih in the
city for a fewdayM.
11, A. Wriuht, of Portland, returned
home thin mornliiB, attur a vlnlt lu Ha
leiu of heveral duyn.
MIhh Mollle Duulaji and brother of
KaMorn Oregon aro hem to attend Wil
J. V. Ituthorford, of Marlon wivh the
Kruln croi liMikH excellent and will (be
fully an tood iiH hint year.
Mrx. J, A. Hluuletou Ih HHitulIii a few
dayri with ltev. and Mrn. Hoblumm at
their Fair OrouudH farm.
A. II. Ollllw, Hubert Mctlulrouud Frml
ThltthHiu xiro Portland iuwuni,'iirH on
the early Tuesday luoruiiiK train.
Win. Catterllu Iium returmsl (rom
Amity, where he attended a family re
union of the CatturlhiH bint Sunday.
' W. II. Payne, of Portland, who bun
HjHUit wvwml wiHikH in Salem vUitiiix,
returned home tixluy via Mtonmar Httth.
Mary K. Kluiiuy, of Portland with her
to uuhk "oiii, Ment Memorial day lu
the city, pnvtt of her mother, lr. P. II.
W. M. CherriHKtoii, who bun gone Into
biiBlmnw at Portland, returned to that
Olty thin muruliiK alter u vlntt with Sa
Mtm-oit l.lnnle Stutenian, Lulu Con
ovur ami lluttte Monthwk, ero Salem
vouiik hid leu returning from Portland
Mm. Arehle Mmmui and ehlldnui, of
Portland, came up thin murnlng to Ik)
the Hiumt uf Mm. Col. Olmvleud on
). M. lUirtMt uud family were ia
MtngerH to CorwllU but evening via
twxiner Hnth, nltwr Hiwmllng Memo
rial day in Salem.
Pre!dln( Klder I), A. Wittier wii n
jmcnger to Nuwlmr tixlay to miutrviKO
mune work on the new chiimh isltilr.i
ltolng ermttkl there.
luwn 4o a
H. A Kood itrrtkh
Udtur quo for I. Jl.'Jft uud tlM. Our
entire stock oi muira bats ut llrst wtt to
us to olovo them out. Men' percale
shirts with collars niul cuffs -10c Men1
heavy work uhlrts 90o. 3&o, und 4Se. Our
sale of ladle1, tiien'a aud ohljldiwn's
slices uud Oxfonls ktill continues, Wo
Hre iwlllng hundred ot jwlr. lw
jirices on nu uuuerw ear.
AN ALBANY SHOOTING.
"Shorty" Farrell Shot by Henry WIN
hams, But Not Herlously,
Tuesday evening's Albany Democrat
The flldownlk and platform in front of
tlio valoon of Williams Itrothcrs thin
morning mado things look an if Albany
had a murder cane on hand. It lias not
About 12 o'clock lant night Charley
Farrcll, his cousin Herbert Farrell, Fred
Scdd rs and Vn 1 1 1 -ley weio In the sa
hxjii, when a quarrel with Henry Wil
liams at tlio bar ensued, of a very hot
character, common in n drunken Kiloon
row, resulting in Herbert Farrpll throw
ing a glass at WllllniiM, who wuh stand
lug near the end of tlio bar. Williams
whlied out a revolver, u Smith A Wes
son, .'$8 calibre, with the barrel cut off
for convenience, and fired as the four
men were rushing for the door, suppos
ed y at Herliert Farrell. The ball struck
Charley Farrell a glancing blow over the
right ear, going under the skin about
two and a half inches, scraping against
the skull but not ixsnetratlng it, hard
enough to knock off about a third of the
bullet, and striking the right door about
five and a'half feel from the lloor, and
bounding buck into tlio rear room of the
saloon. Farrell fell out of the door uion
tho sidewalk, partially assisted by his
companions, while Williams followed
them to tlio door remarking tiiat they
couldn't run any of their rackets uion
him. Tliero aro claims of threats, etc.,
and different rejxirtH as to how the thing
happened, hut as the men are said to
have Im:;ii intoxicated it will Imj dilllcult
to get at tho actual fact. Farrell was
taken to tho Itevcre House and then to
the home of his father. Dr. Davis at.
tended him. This morning Farrell sent
up street for a package of cigarettes and
said he was all right. Ho will boon the
streets in a day or two,
A warrufit was being issued out of
JtiHtice Powell's court this afternoon for
tho formal arrest of Williams under the
charge of assault with a dangerous
wcumju, when his ball will be fixed and
a time set for a formal hearing which
may not Im) for two or three days, time
Iwlng given to Farrell to apMar lu jsjr
poii, whom It is thought will be out in a
few days. TIiIh afternoon though his
head was paining him considerably.
The bullet simply made a groove along
tho outside of the skull, and nothing
serious is now feared.
Why Women Arc Nervous.
Ilrltlnh Mollcnl Niwa,
The frequent cases of nervous prostra
tion or utter collapse of thr nervous sys
tem under which women "go all to
pieces," as tho saying Is, have caused
much thought and investigation on the
part of physicians,
Certain inorganic substances are well
known to cause various forms of nerv
ous dlHeuHes which aro readily traced to
the oIhoiih producing them. Further
research leads-to the belief that alum Is
a prevailing cause of so-culled nervous
prostration, for the syintoms it produces
on the nervous system after its uhsorp
tlou into the blood aro very remarkable
Indeed. Experiments physiologically
made umui animuls by Orllla, Professors
Hans Mayer, Paul Selm uud others,
show that alum frequently produces no
visible symptoms for many days after its
Introduction Into the body. Then fol
low loss of uppotito uud other uliment
ary disturbances, and dually a serious
prostrutlou of the whole nervous system.
The most prominent physicians now be
lieve that "nervous prostration" ami
many auectlons of the nerves from
which Isith men and women suffer are
caused by the continual absorption of
alum Into the system.
It Is probable that many medical men
are unaware of the extent to which salts
of alumina may bo introduced into the
Issly, Inilng under the Impression that
tho use of uluin lu bread is prohibited.
Alum, however, is still used surrepti
tiously to some extent to whiten bread
uud very lurgoly in making cheap kinds
of baking powder. In families where
baking powder is generally used grout
euro should bo exercised to procure only
those brands made from oreont of tartar.
The alum jsiwders muy generally lo dis
tinguished by tho lower price at which
they uro sold.
Union Vcteiana' Union.
After returning to their hall the t
Y. IT. uud Indies of the (J. A. It. puscd
unanimously a resolution thanking the
comrades of Bedgwlok Post of the U. A.
It. and the W. It, ('. for the courtesy
shown lliiteo two orders on this day.
Juno A uud(l Allumy will huve u grand
band tournament, with several Isolds
on e of 'MO uniformed musician. Two
ty street entertulnmeniH. Uxcurslon
rote. 3i at
The Iloston KmiHirium Is roiiHivhig to
tkl State street. "
IXi you kimw we're doing a Wg bush
iiitaM on thoso wutcliMsT nioy'imt to
ehwap, und so good, uml If tlioy go
wrong Just mull them to the factory
for 4e and they ilx them up. Uts
oi working moil buy them. Suvos
n giKsl wuteh. Wurrantwl a ywr.
Aen's Overalls 25c
This la an 'assorted lot
kinds, blues und grays,
kinds for 'J6o to ohwi (lie
them at tho dour. SjiImuhI
muua working glovito,
now on bund,
EDITORS AND FIREWORKS.
The Former Will be Entertained, and
the Latter Will tfntertain Us.
The double meeting at the city hall
Monday night to make arrangements for
tho reception of tho editorial association,
which will bo hero sometime between
tho Oth and 12th of July, and to provide
for the celebration of the Fourth of
July, was attended by tho most wide
awake and progressive young business
men of the city, and a good start was
made toward preparing a creditable
fl'iowing for each occasion.
Tho meeting was called to order by
Mayor Bishop who stated tho object
of the meeting to bo the making of
some provision for tlio reception
and entertainment of the editor
ial association, which would be
hero some, time between tho Oth and
12th of July.
Gideon Stolr. was elected chairman
and Henry Tiilels.en secretary of the
Hcuretury Thlelsen stated that he had
been to Portland for tho chamber of
Commerce, to see what arrange
ments could be made. Stated
tluit an excursion would lo brought
from Portland about noon, returning
tho sume evening. This convention
would contain from 1000 to 1200 peo
ple not less than COO or GOO being ed
itors of Eastern pajKirs. Tho state
would get n quarter of a million dollars
worth of advertising.
N. J. Judali moved that it is the
sense of this meeting that tho enter
tainment offered to the visitors should
consist of a lunch, and of showing tho
visitors around the city and adjacent
country by means of buggies, etc.
F. It. Anson stated that he bad talked
with Mrs. F.x-Gov. Iml, a few days ago
and she hud suggested that tho matter
of the lunch ho turned over totheladies.
This struck those present as an excellent
idea, und F. A. Wiggins moved that a
committee of live ladies Imj npiwlnted by
tho chair to attend to tho lunch, and
Unit, thnut mini bo antmhitod to hhnM
0. P. Bishop moved that a committee
of four ho appointed to provide carriages
for local transportation of tho visitors.
Geo. W. Gray moved that a commit
tee of ten hulios und ten gentlemen bo
aiK)lntcd us a special committee on re
Mr. Thlelsen stated that tho excur
sion would make a stop at Chemawa and
suggested that the reception committee
meet the visitors theie and accompany
them to Sulem.
It wus moved and carried that the
chairmen of the different committees
should constitute a special executive
committee, with power to appoint neces
Messrs. Stolz and Thlelsen were made
permanent chairman uud secretary, uud
After a few minutes interim, F. A.
Wiggiuscalled tho assembly to order uud
called for the report of the committee
appointed at u previous meeting
held ut tlio Willamette,' to outline a
plan for celebration of the Fourth of
July, F. S. Deurlsiru made this rejMirt,
giving a general plan for the proposed
N. J. Judith was then elected perma
nent chairman of the organization, and
F, S. Deuhoru, secretary,
The general plan brought lu by the
committee wus then adopted uud thu
Professor Crawford was called upon to
state what couhl'be tlouu by the public
Ho stated that it wus doubtful just
how much could bo done by thu schools,
us they would close the middle of June
and the children and teachers would bo
somewhat scattered; but they would
doubtless be glad to do nil that they
could to assist.
Thu matter of the upM)iutmeut of com
mittees vasdiseusstNl und it. was moved
and carried that the chairman take his
time, with the ussistaiico of the secre
tary, toapMiiut all committees uud an
iiouucu his appointments through the
It wus moved and carried that tho
feature of a bulloon useenslim be Ineor-
IxirutQd in tho program of this celebra
tion, if possible.
It was suggtwlod by Gideon StolU,
that the committee concentrate their
energies on a comparatively few fea
tures, rather than on too many minor
omw, which could only iw enjoyed by u
few jHJopUi out of the crowd. The sports
usuully given were conllned to u suuilu
spot uml only two or three ranks of peo
ple in tho surrounding circle could seo
them, A luilloou ascension oould 1k en
Joyed by till, und f 100 usually spent for
sports could but tor Iki hmU for mhiio
thlug of that nature.
The subject of tho em)oyiueiit o(
Imnds urousod considerable dlwiussion,
uud it leomcd to U the soubo of tlui
meeting that us many Isuids as oiblo
The Cycloidal Sprocket
You'll never know Just what ou
looks Ilk till yu scy the Tribune,
loull never know how mumeli
ami nohwluw they nm till you
ride a Tribune. We have the
siirooKoid, lite uwriinjn, the huK
thoonuiks, etc., all on display
wi can ki tho Way they're made,
l hen If you ride the wfieol you'll
know the why of It all. Ask Trl
burnt rtdors. Ask rWors who havo
xrxS L ! K,,M,', a,Ml flWttlb- setthsl on
Tlie latest akrni molet on a whiHil,
Oomo uud mu
Are much in little; nlwayt Nfe
ready, efflclent, satlsfac- WL-M I I
torr j prevent a cold or terer, III 3
enr. ill llrer till, lk hed- r
ch, Jaundice, conitlpktlon, etc. Prlte 21 eenti.
Tfc onl Mill to Uk with llood'l 8ruptrlll.
be employed. It was suggested that
prizes be offered for the best bands and
as many as jwssible be induced to com
pete. E. Hofer asked if it would Iks jmssible
to uet ui) boat races on the river, and
tho fact was brought out that there is
not a racing craft on tho river above Or
egon City, nor a bout available for rac
ing. After some discussion of finances and
tho carrylmr of a motion to the effect
that tho finance committee Iks appointed
by the chairman as soon us possible, the
IT CAN'T BE DONE,
No One Can Remain Well, No Chronic
Disease Can Be Cured Unless the Utorn
ach Is First Made Strong and Vigorous,
This is plain because every organ in
tho body depends on tho stomach for
its nourishment. Nerve, bone, sinew,
rhlood aro mada from the food which the
stomach convorts to our use.
How useless to treat diseuse with this,
that and the other remedy and neglect
the most imiKirtuut of all, the stomach.
Tho earliest symptoms of Indigestion
aro soilr risings, bad taste in the mouth,
gas in stomach and lxnvcls, palpitation,
all-gone feeling, faintness, headaches,
constipation; later comes loss of flesh,
consumption, liver and heart troubles,
kidney diseases, nervous prpstratlon, all
of which are tho indirect result of poor
Any person suffering from indigestion
should make it a practice 'to take after
eacli meal one of Stuart's Dysttopstu
Tablets, allowing it to dissolve hi tho
mo"tl' 1""1 tl,IIH ,nlglu with thu saliva
'and enter the stomach in tho most
natural way. These Tablets are highly
recommedod by Dr. Jennlson because
they are comjiosed of tho natural diges
tive acids and fruit essences which as
sist the stomach in digesting all whole-
j "0I" foisl before It has time to feiment
Stuart's DysiHjpsia Tablets are sold by
druggists, full sized packages at 50 cents.
They are also excellent for invalids and
children. A book on stomach diseases
uud thousuuds of testimonials of genuine
cures sent free by addressing F. A.
Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich.
fcMacnta Yonr Ilnwtli With Cuicaret.
Cnndy (.'atlinrtlc. cum constipation foruvct.
lOo.S&o. II a CO. fall, druggist refund money,
111. Wheat vnlh-v
no; n una ana, oc.
Flour Portland, 2.80; Siiix-rfinu
Oats White 11(150.
Hay 8fHT ton.
Hops lK&lHc; old crop (1c.
WiKil Valley. 11(3 l'Je: Eastern Or
egon, I1C 10. .Mohair, 27 HO.
Millstuff llran, f 17; short!!, $18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, fl.BOQlfiOO
turkeys,, live, lIlCvl.'Mric.
Eggs Oregon, 1 l(5.ir isir doz.
Hides Green, salted (10 lbs, 8llc. under
00 lbs, 7J608ji; sheep pelts, 15B20i
Onions fi0c(37r iMjr sack.
Ilutter Best dairy, 10llc; fancy
creamery, I0o per roll.
Potatoes $1.60 $1.7 per cwt.
Hogs Heavy dressed f(3il
Mutton Weathers 4 lc; dressed, 80
lleef Steers $ 1.00(3$ I. r0; cows, $11.00
l.00 dressed, 767 $.
, Veal dressed, tl(38e.
Hay Baled, cheat, $7.00
Flour In wholoKulo lots $2.(10 retail
Millstuff brnii $1(1.00
Hogs dressed, ie.
I.lvo cuttle 2'QWe.
rn . 11. .11- llf.l, w m . "
uresseii veal (ic.
Ilutter Dairy 10c creamery 15c.
Wool Best lOo. Mohuir Uoo.
Poultry Spring chickens 12Jelfio.,
Hens 8 in 0 cunts.
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS
I. O I'muyer, Cincinnati Ohio; W C
Hiislg, F M Klmendorf, C C MeMuhun,
T Cary, (ieo C Burton, San Francisoo;
Geo Schwnyerbuch, lialtiinom, Mil ; J P
Pojw, I. M Miller, Alex Smith, Mrs M J
Soott, Win S Pond, Portland j S E Ar
nohr, Chicago; T D Wetherby, Boston;
T Munro, AlUiiiy, Or; II E Coleman,
Toledo, O ; F Plondlch. City j B T Hur
well, Uw Angeles ; O F Hobinson, Kan
COTTAOE HOTEL ARRIVALS
I) E Swunk, Aiimsvillu ; It J StHmcer,
Kosilale; Chus Mumper. Bnoks; HS
Sinitli, Stuyton; 0 tv Terrell, Grants
Pus;ti McLaughlin, Buena Vista;
F W Ituthorford, Marion.
Now is Your Opportunity
To obtain n llrst class Kiiumel Cabinet
Photo and Ust Carlwnette work ut re
duced rutos. The Pickeill fii. (imiin.i
Hlwr Studio, 34H Coinnierciul street.
5 21) tf.
The Sale for Thin Uy.
lliby Shoos, 9f cents, worth 76 cents,
ut the Bostun ShiH Coniwny, 808 Com
inorohil strict, uwir the jKtstolllw,
mm in.. M
Base Ball or Cricket.
bailor ytMl play IwseWll or otlwr
giinits u.u will onjoy smoking "UtUa
joa Commercial Street,
lien win oaii buy Iulhw' French Kid
Button -diced for fS, worth ft. Boston
Shoi Compjiny. 4 16 tf
Governor Flotolter, who luu foohxl
tho ieojde so many timw, soys that he
will Miroly fulllll his hist jiromUo to lw
tum and will bo able to pok from Uw
IwonUookof his hike, which lw beou
revilrvl for the oeouk)H.
I wuvurpag8j0Htafew Uaya at the
home of Ids paronts, Mr ami Mrs. W
N. Savage ami rvturnwl to Portland to
day, whro he 1ms a lunitiua
V T T..l.....l M1...X-:. . . ,
who woro among tho Salwu oUtos ki
tho lUptWtfHviitloa hold Ih IwtJaHd
returnftl homo ywtenlay.
iiWuthlW; 1WW wtora M II. W
Mi Underwear. OversHiri.
Trunks and va ises
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RflGKET!
Cor. Commercial and State Streets, Salem, Ore,
Drlck and Tile.
A fresh kiln of choice brick just
tiiiencd. Also superior tiling of all
sizes, lest made. Call on or address
J. K. Ml'UPIIY,
fi-L'u d t w 1 m Fair Grounds, Or.
Don't Go Barefooted
When you can buv children's School
Shoes at 75 cents, worth $l.r0, ut ltos-
ton Shoe Company, IMS Commercial
street, near the postolllce. t lfi tf
ou Natural Mineral Water". Itest
h. Try It. For sale by the ciiho
motto Hotel. 51) t.
Handsome as a June Rose,
and as dainty as a forot-mo-not, are tlio
decorations on our line iorcelulu China
and English poceluiii dinner ware. We
are offering bargains in China and bcrrv
sets, ice cream sots, that aw in all
the lutest dsigns and prettiest decora
124 Stato st Telephone 51
Ik Boston Shoe
Gent' Krwioh QUf Shoos f2; worth U
G' W Olllf SlK)OS f lil; wrtl,
Boys' School Slioos 76c ; worth 1.50.
Men s ami 1 Mm' lrjet Slijrs S6c.
308 Commercial St. J
Near Postoffioe, Sale
CAN BE FOUND AT
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RACKET.
We carry a great variety of goods A gocd
assortment of clothing for men or boys.
First-class goods at the lowest possible price
is our motto
Can be purchased at Friedman's New Racket '
a ad save considerable thereby, Remember
we have no fancy prices, we give no pres
ents as an inducement, we run no lottery,
but we give you better goods . for your
money than elsewhere. Large lines of Dry
Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Children's
Furnishing Goods, Laces, Fmbroideries,
Notions, etc Be sure and trade at
For a cheap coffee wo GL'ARANTEK
that our 1S8 cent grade is better than
the packiiBo coffee. It Is a SOUNDER
berry, better FLAVOR and FRESHER.
But our CRESENT BLEND at 15 cents
per K)iind is by fur letter yet, and onlv
-V cents more. Try n pound ; and let
nu ice H pciiK lor use I.
If not as udver
tiM'd brini,' it back,
Coffee roasted twice
YOKOHAMA TEA STORE.
Tolenhono Red 2(j!il.
I Capital Junk Shop, f
niRhcst prices paid fnr ull kinds tt
of iiietul, bottles, rone, sacks, raiJU
VJlildes, oc. iao COURT STREET
Give us a call. 3 10 1m ft
5 J. D. RUBENSTEIN. ft
California Junk Shop '
H IlUlieat rrlcu jitil (or uM metal, bottle, ft '
f. rviiw. mcIi.nc. huloi, Copper and
M Iron. l'l lfnr -nii JTll WHUr 1?.H f I
S. ItOOlJW, 151 Court SL i
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ONLY ONE WEEK MORE
SOS Comiiiariil Sr.t ..jii ,.. i.
Mnt and will b mU Umu r-.r.11., . ,
my Sium awayT ThyZi?TJ Tlotf vE fVe
ftietnw ami cu J !!Z m'V, 1'onibqr
Only 1 Week
Our Headquarters here are at
Contracts entored Into for fotnr,.
delivery of Fir and Oak Wood
at country prices. .
0. S. BENTLEY and
310 FRONT STREET.
05 STATE 8THEET.
Just received u full stock of Ladles'
und Gents' Spring und
I Will UC Pleaded tO Show nitrnna nnr
stock und Kuurantee sutlsfuction on
every purchase. Prices tho lowest.
18 M St
we are manu.
Tn8.' 59sjLKfilSlioof 8 ; worth 4 i
S. tlBlKHM f 1.S9; worth 2
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5s COMMEUOUL STREET
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