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An assortment of dainty
Fancy Four-in-hand, with
Collar .... 90C.
Collar and Butterfly
bow In white, blae
.JlEl.Tl.V ALU COMHIH, ,
llRt.TH IS At.t, KI.WKH Of UUTIIKH.
IlECAll IK MCTAI. AM. I'llfCHH.
Ill fact, nny kind of Holt needed
will Iw found in our (dock.
- ntr i. t i
tw wiiiuu jcwciryw ,
An elaborate luwirtmuiit of Stick
Pine, ClmrniH, Waist Set, Cuff
, Hutloim, Cyrano Chain), .
Hcauty IMiim, each - - 1C ll)
j CRASH SKIRTS
jJ Mndo of flno linon crash, latOHt out.
S1.25 to SJ1.75
5 THOSE 50c WAISTS
2 Aro the be.nl viiIiiph you havo ever
NEW WASH VEILS
Plain iiichIi, doltcdj and funny
fe 35c io 1.25 each
J, J. DALRYMPLE L CO.
Have Yon Lost
u sot out of your ring, or other piece of
Jewelry bring It in 1 can replace it. I
make a specialty in all kinds of sets.
. .Jewelry ro'Hilrcd and made same iih
Kings made overntieasomibleuharges.
Cleaned and Oiled 7Fjp
Mainsprings - - - I uui
C. H. HINGES
UUU OOMMICKOIAI, UT.
1 " ' ' I I ! , MH
y The Daily Journal has
g more subscribers in Sakm
yjind paid-up ones at that,
(4 tnituuiiy uuifi ih.-v3;.ij;l-i,
DATES OF LOOAL EVENTS.
June 10 Iiiteruollegiiilo Hold day.
Juno 11 Railroad conductors picnic
ut Pair Grounds.
Juno lit Willamette University
Juno in Willamette University
Juno 10 Cumiuuiioeimml Sudani
College ot JIutdo.
Jutiu itO.Comimtiioeimmt Interstate
Munion! Conservatory, ICttu Amlem-WIll
July 4 Colebroliun at FhIoiii.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
W. J. Olurkx, of (Urvubj w In town
i. It. Anson wont to Portland on tlio
Mrs. M.S. Wool(HK)k rvttirnwl to liar
homo ut Corvnlll tiHlwy.
Mrri. Huth Kayre was Hit early uuirn
ing iNiiwinur (or Anturh.
Mrs. M. H. Korrett, wIiom liuibaiul is
an ompluyu at the jmni, wwnt to ParllaiHl
fur a visit today.
Miss Unldlo Moyir. of llrvwnvll)e,
went home tohiy after n vldt with Mr.
and Mrs. It. Sawyer.
The Capital llrewtsrv oimwiwI h shRwii
ntWootlburii last nfuhl In vliHre of
Henry UulmW of 'Hirner.
Livingston Driver, miigtwt hui of Dr.
1, 1). Driver, of Kugnne, has taken u p
itlonlin thu Krlglmuin and Perry Iron-
Mrs. M. H. Shrlvwi, of Huuiui Vlntu,
(iimo down to uttuiid Coinnienrenient
oxerciHes at Willamette UnUondty this
morning, via the tenmr lltwg.
Tie wet weather forces us to cut
Wwkk Hiis fc cJunng tlic week; First door south of the P, O,
"SrViMvis JBros. & Company,
feOLB AUENTS FOB BTANDAM) PA1TKHNB.
Woman's Muslin Underwear
All extra value.
Have you ever
been offered n
Skirt for 45c.?
Wo liavo tlium
all tlio way from
46c. to 2
A fmv bariMitnn luft which will lw
told to cloflo out thu lot at our
Kauiouo Fain. PricoH c-
11.07 - - - WO
AH thelittciHi ehniHMf, imuluof crunh, h
fait and alixieu, fk
MEN'S GLOVES .
Now IIiioh jiiHt In. Mno MwIiiih,
xilk lined. DntcM gloved in nil
51.00 to 52.00 a pair.
GOLD AND SILVER
Nuw miminor Htylimnnil in negligee, p
silk front, tlio latent. 4
Mel Ilamilton has lieuu spending
several ilays at Hclo,
Mrs. S. ('. Dyer and son Cornell are In
(lervrls for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Chtis. A. dray went to
Portland this afternoon.
Hon. J. It. Cleland, grand master jf
Masonic order, Is in thu city.
Miss Julia Hshulimiu, who makes her
home with !. Iivy ami family, went
to Portland today for u short visit.
P. D. i'riinty returned todiiy from
Portland where he took hi the Wood
men parade, lie says it was two miles
Mrs. May Mills camodowu from Cort
land this morning to visit with the
family of W. I II. Smith and Mrs. M.
K. llrvrtmus of Portland, who has been
at his Mehatua ranch, came down and
will stop at Salem some time before re
Mr. and Mrs. P. (i. Hopkins, of Al
Isiuy, returned home, via steamer, last
evening, after a visit in the Capital City
for several days.
Miss J. It. Cnmmoron. of Astoria, Is
in theolty theguustof V. V. It. Smith
Mrs. Cnmmornii Is in the city attending
to nrobato mid Incidentally visiting old
M. W. Utilmtluv. of ls Anueles' Cal.,
and ('. A. Ttlus, of the samu jtlnce. have
arrived to visit with thu family of
Oscar Titus, on Seventeenth ami asylum
Miss (1 race Cullctt returuel from a
week's visit at thu Seventh Day Ad
vuutist. Itiglit other delegates returned
among them Mrs. Godfrey and Mrs.
Zadoo J, Itlggs. sou of Councilman
and Mrs. S. A. Itlggs, of this city has
entered thu employ ol Wakelee A- Coin
imiiy, druggists, of San Francisco, its
Many of thu Woodmen returned last
evening from Portland. Among those
returning were Mr. and Mrs. Soott
lkHMiith, Mr. and Mrs. J. WW, Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Krlxon,
A. II. Slmnson was a tiussunLtor down
to Portland tills morning on his way to
Mosoow, Idaho. Mr. blmrwoii's people
reside at lwlsville, rolk county ami
ar pioneers uf Oregon, lie has been
visiting them some time.
W. ('. 'Pill son. the Sulem kimlii buyer.
returned ttslay from a ten day trip to
tint siKind cIUhs and llritlsli CiilumhlH
mining towns, which he exirts i.ry
llvwly. lie wtMlutaliiul 3d hours hi a
snow slld on tint Canadian Paeillc mil
wuy. .Miss Dr. Anuiitt Jeffivys, ot Salem
vfee-jireeldant of the Woman's Suffrage
Soohtty of Oregon, mid a prominent
worker in the cause, Is in the city to
ooiisiilt wlih Mrs. Abigail Scott Diiuiil
wuy relative to the euiiilug campaign
J. ir. Wilson, of Itookoy Paint land
ing, etiine iIovmi to attend the closing
oxervlstw at the blind schtHil, where he
has a miii attending this Mug his tlrst
year. The young man has gone through
thu Fourth render and writes a nice
loiter mi a tyewrlter and .Nlr. Wilson
Is hlghb;' pleased over the H ogress of
hU mm who Is totalli' Idlnd.
ltev. N. bihnpp pastor of the Cheme-f
Ktn iuni cmirvii nHxxv-wl tne lutelli
geiwe yesterday evening after return
Uigfmm Pertluml that his oldest brother
Iwuel. at Marion Ohio died, ami was
burrletl today, Mr. Shupn was u me
uliaiiU hi the llvtolen MunuWuirliig Co.
Hud been In I heir ouibiy far uiorti
tlwn SO veers. He died at the ago of 0$,
nothing m know u as, to thttcuuo ot.hls
Our entire stock ofScotuh lawn 4o
yurd. line black bnswdeii sflk
f). A good oru sktil, tor oil
better one fur i. f. uiul 1.60. Our
ontlrv stock of men s hats at first udst to
us to cJuo them out. Men's percale
mirw wiui conars ami onus hm, .Men's
havy work shirts Sfto. S and 4jo. Our
Mle of ladles', moll mid ulilhlrvirs
slMMWuml OxfoM still continues. Wo
ary milling iiuiulrtHls of pairs, Ijjw
)ufi)v4 on ttll underwear.
Will Come to Utlcm Tune nth, A Oreat
The Conductor) Annual Excursion
which cornea to Salem again thH year
on Sunday, June 11th, promises to bo
fully up to thu standard uet in former
une would naturally suppose inai ii
any body know how to run a railroad
excursion Biiccccefully it would 1ms the
railroad conductors, and the record
This year, trains will run from nil
l)lntM in the Wlllametteo Valley, oast
ami west sides, nnd the faro will lie
only (1 from all oints.
A urnnd entertainment will he Riven
at the afternoon, admission to which is
free to thouxcursionixts. The nrntrram,
so far as completed includes; a cake
walk, for which 0 couiues. colored,
liavu nlready Imsuii honkea; tlio North
Star Quartette in the latest coon sonus;
the Williams Bros, in their ncrolxitlc
acts; trick bicycle riding; a base ball
game; Brown's concert orchestra in the
grand stand ; ImiiiIh from Eugene, Al
bany, Indoondeticu and Portland.
Manvotlior attractions will 1ms added.
and arrangements have been iiuule to
Keep tlio state institutions omjii to visi
tors on that day.
Thu hotels and restaurants realize
from experience that their feeding ca
pacity will be taxed to the utmost, and
they will not Iks caught nap ing.
It will bo the greatest day of the year
for Salem, and every one should ho on
hand to enjoy it.
WILL TAKE OUR. COXEY3.
Dr. I, D. Driver's Opinions On the Ac
quisition of Philippine Islands,
After remarking Incidentally that the
Inmates of the Oregon penitentiary were
less criminal than the last legislature in
voting pay to the hold-up legislature,
and that football caused thu death of .'18
college students last year, while all the
bullfights In Spain killed only two, and
that it would tako Oregon 25 years to re
gain its tirestige and inlliience in na
tional affairs, and making a few other
offhand remarks more or less compli
mentary, Dr. 1. 1). Driver, state senator
from Lane count, y said the acquisition
ot tliu l'hlllnnines would present a
bloody revolution in our country.
"Tree land is gone. There was no
place for the 'Hsoplo to move to. Cuba
and thu Philippines will take our Coxey
armies. At present this is the hardest
country in the world to live in. We are
receiving the surplus imputation of Hii
ro pe ami havo no place for.thoin. They
are filling ournsylumsaudiK'iilteutlaries
and thu rest of the Kople are taxed to
dentil to take care of them.
The Two Salem Lodges Unite Election
The Salem Workmen Wednesday
evening had one of the pleasantest times
in many years, ami .thu work done by
the expert drill team from Jefferson, is
highly commendable and showed that
tlielr elllclency was duo to long practic
and hard Miidy. The team are comixmcd
of the following members: W. W.
Loonuy, captain ; J. W. Houck, master
workman; S. II. Itussell. foreman; W.
F. Drager. overseer; J. C. Anderson, P.
M. Y.: J. F. Hlanclmrd, guide; Win.
Kothoff, Win. Anderson, W. C. lJlanch
ard, assistant guides; F. I.. Johnson,
musician ; Win. French, Wesley Curl,
Clias. Hlanclmrd, S, P.. Itussell,
The following were visiting Work
man from Jeffersen: F. II. Hlanclmrd,
John Williams, Chester Kusholl, S. II.
IlusseM. A. Ilaiigeusen, J. I,. Steiwer,
W. F. Woddlo, Claude McCluro, W. II.
Itussell, F. L. Fletcher, J. It. Metyge,
John Carter. W. K. Itolihlus, S. J. Con
lit, W. II. Hobhins.
The uniforms of the teams were uui
queand the boys presented a Hue apHar
mice, several ninidrcd were present
and many from outside of the city.
Some from (Ireeuleaf hslge, Jefferson;
Aumsville hslge; Safety lodge, Albany;
F.ugono lodges Valley No. 18. Salem:
Industry No. H, l'church No. P.MI,
Portland; Trenton, Misseuri: Santa
Itosit, Cal; Kansas City Mo.; Okesdale,
Wash.; Ivenhoe No. '2T, Washington;
Hrowusvillo No. '.'12. Mo.
A Hue lunch was served by the ladles
of the Degree of Honor which came in
the ulck of time, as iimiiv of the work
men had lust the wind from their
sails over the long ami hearty laughs
during the initiation.
The following delegates were then
elected to attend the grand hslge which
meets at The Dalles InJulv: Frank
Davey, Frank L Wlllman and II, F.
West, ami the alternates are A. I.,
Ilrown, J. S. PennelNiker and J. M.
in i. ... . . " .. ..
iiuumuKom i.oigo .to, i, i, u, u. I'.,
the pioneer Odd Fellows' organUatlon
In the Paeillc Northwest, at its meeting
in.ii 1..1.1 .a.-.,...! ..in....... i..
lllL' tllll nIv llllllltllM. ImiuIiiiiImi, .IiiK- lut
W.T. HIkiIoii, noble cnind ; M. P. Udd
win, vice gmnd ; I. W. Miller, wn'retary,
ami II. A. Thomas, treasurer. The of'
llcers will Ihj liistallisl Wednesday eveu
iug, July 10.
Clms. Nelsirgall, of m Grande, Miss
Muttie Overstreet, of Portland, Thomas
Wlnorsott, of OruRon City, George Head,
of Weston and Krwstiw Savage, of
Littrol, all of whom have been attend
ing the Oregon Institute for the Itllnd,
wens pa&Kongorti home mi the steamer
Hand Tournam nt."
June 6 amid Allmny will have a gmnd
Isiud tournament, with several UmU
uu e of V00 iiiilforuieil musician. Two
days' street cntwrlulnnmnta. lixwiraltm
rwUw. i st
The Hostou Kmtiorlum Is rtmmviiig to
W Stat street.
Do you know we'redoliiKu Ug bust
ms on those watches? Ulwy w hi
ehutip, and so mmhI, and If thev gu
wrong just mall them to the fuetury
for 4c and thoy tlx thorn up. Uts
ot working men buy them. Save
a ijood WMtoh. WarrtiHteii a ymr.
ussflrtrtl lot of vurkms
I niwl emvs. .4ft In 4Kn
kind for Jfcv to clows the Uiw. &k
them at the dwr. SitloiHtm Item
imm working glovj. All prtaw,
now an Imud. "
THE MORMON DANGER,
Remarkable Addres at the tian Francisco
Itev. II. B. Steelman, pastor of the
First Baptist church, of Salt Lake, Utah,
delivered an able adilross on "The Ag
gressive Attitude of Mormonisni." lie
spoke in part as idlews:
"At no time has Mormonlsm been In
the prosperous condition it is today, and
it is growing more and more aggressive.
Word has been sent out by the heads of
the K.rnlcious faith in Utah that thu
Mormon church is nbout to put two
traveling missionaries in every county
in every state in this country. There
are at present 4(X) missionaries in the
field, una during thu past year they held
71,000 ineetiniifl, gave away 107,000
tracts, and 143,000 lnxjks. In that time
they havo baptized 1,225 jieoplc. They
are evorywhoro. In our colleges, in our
universities, all over the country. They
are nrcuchiUK the veiled doctrine, and
when the veil is" lifted it is found that It
is not Ood, but Adatii, they are preach
ing. What man is, God once was, Adam
is thu only father with which the world
will have anything to do, Jesus Christ
was a iKjIygamlst, and what men ought
to 1ms. That is the teaching that they
are pushing with prodigious energy.
They make claims of great progress, but
no more evidence ol it can no lound any
where than in the statu udioinlm; Utali.
"I predict that if it makes thu same
progress in the next live ycura as it has
In the past five years, .Moruionism will
have secured tlio balance of power in
these states and become a controlling
factor in congress. Congress tells us that
Mormonlsm Is only a local question. It
is Hut. It is a question that concerns
the entire nation. It Is of vital imxjrt
unce to our political foundation ami the
basic principles of our constitution.
"You nsk if polygamy is iMsing taught?
Yes; isdygamy Is being taught today
with as much aggressiveness as it was
Isjforo the manifesto of IBM; as it was
when rtah begged to bo admitted as a
state. The president of one of the lead
ing Mormon societies made the state
ment a few months ago in Igan temple
that the women of Utah, as the result
of polygamy, vvero oiit-hurodlng Herod,
in order to keep out of prison. I would
not make this statement did I not be
lieve it to be true. Hut I must add, and
I thank (iod I nm able to do so, that
there are pure and noble women among
them. Women, living In imlygamy, car
ried away ami swayed by their feelings
and the hidden lvoli-on in their false be
liefs. "As to the light against B. II. Roberts
to prevent him from being seated in con
gress, I want to say that it is not it re
ligious fight. It is a light against a man
who is living publicly us a ulygumist;
living in open violation of the law of the
country. He has no right to debauch
women, to seiluco women, l ruin the
queens of our homes. All the eople of
this country should arise as one mid in
sist upon him lsjiug turned out.
"The question is asked if the Chris
tians in Utah have ever succeeded in
converting members of the Mormon Ihj-
lief. I want to say to the American pen
nle hi answer: No. The uosimsI has
never been taken to the Mormons. Here
sa work for missionaries. Send them
out, help them to stamp out this hIsoii-
oiis nellel irom our country."
Poiitianii Juno 1. Wheat valley
f8; Walla Walla, r7c.
Hour Portland, f2.BO; hujiertlne
2.15 iht bbl.
tllltS WllltO -IIQJCI'H!.
Hay K(ijftlor ton.
Hops llotlilc; old crop tlo.
Wool Vallcv. 11(81 12c: Kaslern Or
egon, I!I0. Mohair, 27 !).
Mlllstuff Hriin, 17; short!!, $18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, fl.M)o 00
turkeys,, live, llKytlll'oc.
Kggs Oregon, HCtlfi iter do.
Hides Oreeu, salted (10 lbs, 8(?tlU:. uudur
IK) lbs, 7'40tK,a; sheep K)lts, 15(200.
Onions o0c(iC7fi ior suck.
Huttor Host dairy, 1014c; fancy
creamery, 10c jmt roll.
Potatoes $1.60 fl.?!) per ewt.
Hogs Heavy dressed fifijll
Mutton Weathers le; dressed, 8(20
liny llalod, client, 17.00
Kggs, Kttiftl Io.
Flour In wholesale lots $2,110 retail
Hogs drowod, 60.
Live cattle 2(280.
Dressed Veal (to.
llutter Dulrv lOo ereamury irks.
Wool Host lKs. Mohair aoo.
Poultry Spring chickens 12tclfie.,
Hens 8 tot) cents.
A UOOMINQ TOWN.
Prosperous Times m Every Industry ut
That Spokane Is having a golden uni
is evidenced on every hand in a real ami
kulwhtutlnrway. It is felt in thu air.
livery hotel in the city is crowded. One
is in luok to got a room at the hotels.
The lobbies ami streets are thronged
day ami night by strangers from every
Hut It is not in the crowds at the
hotels alone that one discovers evidence
of good times. One sees It in tile
throngs on the streets in the bright, ex
nectant look mi hvhi-vIkuIv'h fni-n In dm
quickened pace at wliich jwople move,
ami in me mini ami imstte In the stores,
utile and everywhere.
The lwuks are full of money. Bank
eloaruuivs are iiu'ruaslnent the nito of
80 per cent over a yon ago. The clear
ances now runup to $l,!IO0,0OO to $1.500,.
000 a week. Capital is coming in in
in rye quaiuuie. io nnd investlment.
Ithli men arelleAviui! other cities to
make thwr Iwmes here. Splendid new
ns'dalietM tlwt woukl do tumor to unv
city in America are building, ami mas'-
eiye ihooks aro uiiiiig up ttie vuiHint
IHHiows oh main imisiiis street.
The Cycloidal Sprocket
Voull nevwr know jttst wlwt one
looks like till you mo the Tribune.
You'll uvr know how smooth,
wuy uml noiWs tliav run till vhu
rkl a Tribune, W Imvo the
snrtMKwu, titw iKwriHgtf, the hiilu,
the ewuks, etc., all ot dis0tiy m
ytw ohh hk Uiw wuy thy're made.
TImmiW yo rklethe wfwl vou'll
know the wliy of it all. Ask Tri
bttuts rilw. Ask riders wlto liavu
trkMl all kiwis ami finally settlol uu
Tb JataaH alarm ruekat on a wheoJ,
Come nud us.
euro bilious and nervous ills,
sick headache, disordered
itvnr and Imoalrcd dlaestion.
IO cents and 98 cents, at all drnc store.
Steamer Kugene camo in this morn
ing with a fair load of freight.
Steamer Klmore came in last evening
on time with n light load of freight,
except that she put off one threshing
maclilng for Croisan & Co.
The Hong came down this morning
leaving no freight to sissak of but on
going up last evening put off several
thousand feet of tiling for Bentley A
The river stands this morning nt 8.5
ami slowly rising.
WINSLOW June 1st 1808, age 08 years
of apiKiplexy. Avery Wlnslow, resid
ing 1 miles west ot AumsvHIe.
Deceased was stricken while ill the
act of milking his cows. His cries
were heard and assistance reached him
while prostrate In the briru. He was
taken to the house and medical aid
summoned immediately. Dr. S. K.
Jessup was summoned from Salem but
arrived a few moments after his death,
which occurred about 10 a. in.
The Blind Family.
Superintendent and Mrs. Carter, of
thu Oregon Institute for the blind, gave
a farewell reception to the Miholars at
the school last night. Friends of the
children ami Invited guests wore present.
Ice cream and cuke were served and an
evening long to bo remembered by the
pupils ami all, was experienced.
The following bldi were today uccoptl
for ninterinl for the new asylum wing:
Knox & Murphy, roofing, flO.'GlOO.
O.HutiHun, mill work, $2275.00.
Hansen & J-atidun, lumlMir.
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS
WSO Kuhii, Omaha; M K Poguo,
Salem; K L Fisher, Ashland; W I)
Koff, Wlllard; L Samuel, Win McLean,
M M Taylor, Henry Inng, Portland;
Harry Green, J K Hansom, Chicago; D
C Schwoier, Mrs J M McCoy, L A
Kelly, M Adoledorfor, C S Buggies, J S
Bush, W K Dunn, Sail Francisco.
COTTAGE HOTEL ARRIVALS
J. W. Thomas, Antioch, Cnl.; W. A.
Gilmore, San Francisco ;OrvilleO. Cone,
Francis Feller, Joe Itynn, Buttuville.
The Doston Shoe Company.
Gents' French Calf Shoos, $2, worth
$1, .'108 Commercial street, near the
jHMtofUce. 4 15 tf
How the new restaurant next ihsir to
Ilarritt A Ijiwrence can furnish such a
meal for 15c. Call and sample, Ron
worthy it: Co.
JAQUKT SCHINDLKB. At the Ger
man Methodist church, corner of
l!Mimi tinil I linn. Ii utr.uiftj III flilu
cltv, at 8 p. m. Tuesday, May 30,
18t'0, Miss Mary Schindlor to Charles
Juquct, Hoc. J. W. Bcckloy, olllcliit-
Don't Go Darefooted
When you can buy children's School
SIkhjs at 75 cents, worth $1.50, at Bos
ton Sh(M) Comimuv. !t0S Commercial
street, near the postolllce. 4 15 tf
Si .-.on Natural Mineral Water. Host
on or i a. Try it. For sale by the case
With motto Hotel. ' 5 0t.
Now ib Your Opportunity
'Ii ntiliiln it tlrt fOnud Kiitmiiil Pfililini
Photo and best Carlsmette work at re
duced rates, i lie rickoiil Co. u round
uoor miiiiio, '.'in Lommcrcml street
5 20 tf
The Sale for Thirty Days.
Hahy SIkmis, !15 cunts, worth 75 cents
ut the Boston Shoo LVuiHiuy, IMS Com
uieruliil street, near the itostollice.
308 Commercial Street,
Here yon can buy laidies French Kid
Button Shoes for $2, worth $1. Boston
Shoe Company, 4 15 tf
n..v. Iht KikJ Ym Mm Umr BaMa'
LOST Kwl Irish settur pup about 4
month old. Please return to II. W.
For a cheap coffee we GUAHANTKF.
that our 12 cent gmde is bettor than
the iwekago wffee. It is a SOl'NDKH
lierry, better FLAVOK uml FHKSUKH.
ButourCBKSKNT BLKNDat 1ft cent
per pound Is by far bettor vet, and milv
2v cviiits more. Try a pound : and let
itqfTeo speak for ltlf. If imH us adver
iIkh! bring it back. Coffee nwntetl tw ice
YOKOHAMA TRA STOUK.
Tolophonu W soul.
Prco Doll very.
H12121)'S OP12KA HOUSJi)
PATTON BHOS., Mimw.
Wednesday, June 7,
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assrtment of clothing for men or boys,
Rrt'class goods at the lowest possible price
isi ur motto.
Hats. Jnderwear. oversnipts.
Trunks and Valises
Cai be purchased at Friedman's New Racket
anl save considerable thereby. Remember
wc have no fancy prices, we give no pres
ens as an inducement, we run no lottery,
bit we give you better goods for your
m.ney than elsewhere Large lines of Dry
Gcods, Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Children's
Finishing Goods, Laces, Embroideries,
Nttions, etc, Be sure and trade at
Cor. Commercial and State Streets,
05 STATU S
Jusi received 11 full 4,ck of Ladles'
and (icnis'bpriug urn
Will bo plonked tn si
iw patrons our
stock unit guarintcu
ovory purcliusc. Prlcojtlio lowest.
Handsome as a June Rose,
and as dilintv US ll fnn.ut.llu.nni un. II...
ileeorationa on our tine iKtrfeluin China
and Kiigllsli ocelaiu dinntr ware. We
are offering bargtiins in Chfca and berrv
wis, ice cream sew, 1 ihu nre In all
the lutesl d-iios und nrunW .t,ur..
124 Stato at Teleioiie 51
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TV rrv t if ry rrniTnTrTrTrTrTTwrr'
t ONLY ONE WEEK MORE
Tb? Boston Shoe
tein. The babmce of that st.x-k of fi,m
BOOTS and SHOES
Ute' Pratwh OaMSho. 3: worth H
llovV &fKwl Slioe 74c . uwth il fid
M.' ami IIk' Carpet SuRIi i
308 Commercial St. J
f Near Postoffice, Salem. Or
CAN BE FOUND AT
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RACKET.
fffpat vafietvof pfOods
P Dr. H. C. EPLEY
Bple & linger
p Artificial Teeth S6.00,
d In milking artlllulul teeth wo me
U can bo procured In the market.
i Wo guarantee nur teeth iiKalnst
eu Gold Crowns Sd, Up,
We use 22k Gold 111 our crowns
Salem Dental Parlors
Rooms 27 und
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will Ih, Jd t,,
Only 1 Week
Our Headquarters here are at
Canifal Jnnt fhnn. Iv
ftlllKhest. prices paid for ull kinds tt 1
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glides, etc. 130 COURT STREET Q
Give us a cull. .ihm, cv a
J. D. RUBENSTEIN, &
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Dr.jj H. H. OL1NGER. A
the best teeth und rubber that
broak-ixe, ulso (,'uirunteo u tit.
and fullv iruarautee them.
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I California Junk Shop l
i HlRhegt price pai.t (or old metal, bottles, 0
M Iron. I'allljefdroyoiiBoll. 6-Jiul )
S. HUlilMVOV, 151 Court St
Tp cure La Gnppe, keep warm, eipecUB)
the feet, and take Dr. Miles' Nervine.
Latllo Frenyji Kja Shpea $2 ; wbrth 4f
lMfM F," K Shoes' 1.25?ljvorth
ChlldTOn'B Sohool 8hoea50c; worth f 1,
Babies' Shoes 25c, '
301 COMMERCIAL BTRKET
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