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Read Every Word, It May Save You Money,
This is our Baby Department, tlio
newest wo bave added, nod con
sists of perfumes, Toilet waters,
Almond Creams, Hair Lotions,
Comploctlon Powders, Curling
Fluids, Toilet Powders, Lavender
Halts, Pure Cashmere Soap, Tooth
Everything a Ladles' Toilet calls
All the latest novelties In Fancy
ltlbbooH will bu found here. Pull
Hlbbons In fancy Plaids, Moires
In all colors, Taffetas, Satins,
Bilks, and changeable Taffetas.
Child's Parasol 20
Wltltn Silk Parasol 81.25
Changeable Taffeta 83.00
Uluck Umbrellas from $1 to $5.00
Shirt Waist Sets 25
Pearl Set 50
Black Enameled Sets 50
Stick Pins 5c up.
Beauty Pin 135undl0c
Metal Belts all reduced In price.
Dents, street ulovc 82.00
Dents Imported Kid 81.75
Hystcmc Jay. 81.50
And the very best Olove on
the market for 81.00
BW-- jpJC fi vr v w
Two-clasp kid rIovcs In tans,
modes, light and dark browns,
blacks, etc. Two of tlio best values
wo have over had.
to 1.50 a pair.
A few moro pieces Just added.
Plata crashes from , CD
&$& 8 l-3c and up.
RfPIuin and fancy ducks and llurud
Just received a line of Pulfs In
Lawn. Plouc, und silk; also till
qualities In lawn string ties.
20, 25, 30, 35c a dozen.
Celebrated "Silver'' Brand
Collars, every new shape: linen
collars, too, at the price asked for
common cotton ones.
2 for 25 cents.
J J. J. DALRYMPLE& COMPANY.
l i .
Mcctivo Uyosigltl in Children
PERSONAL AND LOCAL,
Is bocomlnir ularuiliiK In Its nruvnL
once, and parents sh juld huyo 1 1 prop
erly treated at once, for their future
happiness und welfare. 1 will test tlio
Blunt and correct all forms or Im
paired vision, and lit tlio eye with
ulassca that will benefit and relieve
A handy ronalr shop Is hero to fix
up uny little hurt to your "-peetacles;
while you wait; othor ropalrworkdnno
hh pnomptly a possible and at fair
Your Kyos Testwl Free.
(IIUDUATK Oil III AN.
0 YXAHH KXI-KKIKKOK.
TonlKht and Tuesday, hlr, warmer.
The Daily Journal has v
g more subscribers in Salens 2j
g.and paid-up ones at tliatx 5
a than any other newspaper. &
Ico Not Qlven Away,
I cannot afford to kIvo ieoaway, hut
am nelllug u pure urliolo at a price that
is within the teaeh of all.
Uhyhtai. Iik Woiikh.
J. Magulro, Proji. rt 16 t(
K linger & Beck,8ucceiom to ttouihttalcm
All order for bottled beer will Iki tilled
at the brewery. Kept on i-oM utorugo.
Fm city delivery. Telephone 2111 1 .
Ico Very Neatly Qiven Away,
We can ulvo Ice away, to convince yuu
come and eo tiow hl u chunk you uot
for llttlo money. Our Ice Is iiiuuufao
turo from pure distilled water.
Capitol Ico Works,
flMtf Klimjhu Si Hitoic
Hon. (J. II. Moo run, of Oregon City, Is
Kx-Oov. Iord, wan a piiMnonjer on the
early overland to Portland.
J. M. Wallace mill J. II. Albert drove
(o Biduuy today on IiiihIiiiihh.
.Mr. and Mr. John W. Itolund, it
turned today from .hiffenion.
Harry Youiik drovu to Silver Creek
Falls Htiiuliiy, roluruluK today.
TIioh, I'omuroy of Muhama Is in the
city to help receive the editors,
Arthur Weluh returned today from a
vinlt with old frlumtn at Htnyton.
L. Koiuliill drove Ivor to Iniliipoud
euro Hiliiday to attuutl the hall k"iih.
Mr. and Mm, 8. Friodumu, were piiH
Honors on the early train for l'ortland.
Mrs. II. J. Hobortsoii has koiiu to l'ort
laud to the Iwilrilduof her sou who is
Ixuils MuC'lauo and II. 8. tllle, drove
ovortoOraiul ltontle Agtnwy to IIhIi und
niHtioatu u week.
Itulpli W'lithon, who has I icon vinltiiiK
with frltinds, In Donvor, Col., Iiiih re
turned to Halem.
Mrs. TliotiuiH MuUarty returned to
Fortlaud this inornluK, niter a visit
with Halem friends.
Mrs. (1. O. NiHilaud tlrovo over (rum
TillaiiKMik, Arriving today to vinlt wltlt
John Fainter, of llrookH.
Mrs, Anna tVliodeek went to Williini
etto Fulls after having heon here to visit
with her hoiis for a fortenitu.
The Salem Imll eluh that went to In-
iletHindiiuee Kuiiday were lKHiten. The
MMire hUmmI 18 to lit In favor of liuloptnul-
Ml Maude I'omuroy and MIms Uw
AnnstraiiK returuwl Sumhiy ninriihiK
rout u visit with Mrs. Paul Smith at
Superintendent Ahhiu Mills Iiuh ro
tuniwl from a visit In l'ortland, and
while thure, nwiired come new mirtdeul
appuratus for thn hoplttd.
Mw. L. It. MeClalne ami MlisJoan
ft to Wadsuorth sturtod at an iwrly
hour this morning for Mill Oily to take
au outing in the iiiuutalnM.
8. T. Johnson, ilitiKit agont at JoiTr-
sou, tudwy left fur Momow, Idaho, with
his 10 year old win H-yrd who will stay
there (or his htmlth with J. M. Johupou.
Rev. If. W. Kuby went to Portland
this morning. Mr. Kuby Is a travelling
evangelist and has been at Dallas con
ducting a campineeting of Free Meth
odists. He preached In North Balem
Free Methodist church Sunday.
I. C. Button, an old asylum employe,
and grandson Clarence, left today for
Newport to put In a two months vaca
tion. II. W. Sutton and family also go
over this week.
Caplcs Matthleu was a passenger to
Portland this morning, going down on
the boat with his mother's household
effects. .Mrs. M. C. Matthews going
down via train this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. h. Woodrum oxect to
move to Portland Wednesday. Mr. and
Mrs. I). D. Coffey accompany them to
their future home.
Clydo Ashby, of Albany, who has
been visiting at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Mel Hamilton, returned to his
Mrs. H. A. Matthews, of Mt. Tabor,
who has been visiting her daughter, at
Turner, returned on the boat this morn
8. I). Craig and F. V. Clayton of
Corvallls went through Salem with a
largo drovo of horeos for l'ortland today.
Thos. J. Nolan returned to his homo
today at Corvallis, his health and eyes
much improved by his visit to Salem.
Miss Letha Fatten, of Halsey, who
as beon a guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Frlsby returned to her homo today.
Mrs. Webster Holmes and children
went to Portland this morning for a
fortnlte of pleasuro with friends.
Jay Smith returned on the overland
this morning from California and joined
Ids family at Noble, Or.
Mark Savage accompanied his wife
anil Miss Hrowu to Portland thU morn
ing on tlutlr way east.
Steamer Klmore brought upiiOOhhls
of cement and lime for John Hughes
l'Mlth Vaughn, who has been visiting
Mrs. F. M. Jones, has returned to
Miss M. Ore veil was a passenger for
Portland where she will remain until
the loys come marching home from
Mrs. Dodd, of tho teaching force, is
sHiuding a few days lit Albany.
Henry Itrown, of Dallas, drove in by
stage from that place this morning.
Sam Itarkur and family, of Dallas,
were in town yesterday.
I will now sell all millinery goods at
cost. K. Smith, State stroot. 7 ll (It
Struck by a Horse.
Saturday evening while II. S. Itada
luugh uas holding au unruly horse by
a twint ut his noac, so the blacksmith
could shoo tho animal, tho horse made
au effort to free himself and in so do
ing struck Mr. Itudalmugh under the
ehln with its hoofs cutting a large gash
in his Jaw and knocking sovural teeth
out. Mr, Itudalmugh was given medical
aid and is now under thu doctor's care
and doing nicely.
A Valuable Dog,
wouldn't sell for ten cents to a man who
doesn't want a dog. And that Is true
with most anything olho.
The only oxHditous way to tlnd a
man who wants to buy a dog is to nook
to ovorylxtdy in Salem through Tiik
JouaNAi. uaut columns,
ThoHOwhonro interested will respond.
And it would 1m a very uulntorostingdog
indeed that wouldn't suit anybody.
Most anything you don't want can Iki
sold at some price if properly advertised
Dawson Herb Tea
Just a few samples
.9' t,,'Jlv l'.r,co? ,,,at WB nr0 !Wi'K t ourolwhuj wit mila-not or 'Mtaoket
Trash" but for (lrst-oUxs goods taught from thu beet Iioum In Amariou.
Men's stiff hats former prlew KJK) now ijft
Men's working shirts ... ffl
Men's iHirvalo shirts with willar and onffs ,95
Men's summer undorsutts ,
Men's canton ilaunol uudsr shirts i
ladles' belts, all sites and dolors ,k
ImAIvu' summer union suits ., jm
Oft the Tracks.
Southern Pun I lie Kngluo 1701 went
off the track at the Oregon Nursery
Company's wurehouso at 10: 1ft a. in.
Kugiuu 17oT left a freight train that
meets thuother freight hereon thu sid
iiiguiid helMMl jiull 1701 bauk onto tho
steel bauds that reach across the conti
nent at exactly ll:fW.
By J. W. Oeary Post At Eugerie, to St.
J. W. Oeary Post, W. It. C, L. of O. A.
II., and Sonsof Veterans, met nt O.A.It.
hall, 0th street, ut 2 o'clock p. in., Sat
urday, July 1st, and formed the lino of
inarch, bearing their colors, the Cath
olic school, and formed a hollow square
around the magnificent flagstaff which
hud beon erected at 10 o'clock a. m. by
the O. A. It.
The donors of the flagstaff are as fol
lews: Tho upper portion is of fir and
was cut and furnished on the ground by
the young Mr. Orlplo and was hauled
7 or 8 mHos; tho lower portion is of
cedar, sawed eight Briiare and was fur
nished by tho Cedar Flat saw and plain
ing mill, some 13 mllos away, K. F.
Chapman made the bauds and Hug
swivel and It was spliced by him with
the assistance of Henry Chilsou ami
some of the comrades. The ball and
weather vane wore mndc by Mr. Aya,
and is very accurate and ponsitlve to the
wind. Tho hall, spear and cannon were
laid with gold loaf by tho Sons of Vet
erans and is beautiful.
The flag is magnifieient und is of the
government standard and wool hunting.
It was furnished by Father PrzybblBki,
also tho cord; the Sister Superior sowed
tho flag to tho cord. The exorcises be
gan by Catninandcr Chapman reading n
short but appropriate address.
Presentation to tlio school by Com
mander Chapman was restKinded to by
Father Przyhylskl In very able and well
selected remarks, and was very Impres
sive hot li to the old veterans and tho
Then tho stars and stripes wero raised
heavenward by tho assistance of Father
Przyhylskl, tho Sister Superior, the
president of tlioW. It. C. Ladies of tlio
G. A. It. president of tho Ucd Cross the
president of the I.udtes Republican club,
the past captain of thu Sonsof Veterans
ami tho commander of tho Post.) The
flag was then dedicated by 12 little girls
each hearing a bunch of flowers, after
singing tho Star Spangled H.uinor and
then saluting Old Glory, and was
responded to by a salute from tho
Grand Army. The girls then followed
by depositing tlio flowers around tiio (lug
staff, saying: "Wo dedicate this flag In
behalf of tho Grand Army, to St. Mnry's
Convent of Morcy."
A good attendance was present and
uverylxsly was woll pleased. Mrs. Me
Hlroy President of Woman's Kupuh
Mean club read a very duo and appro
priate comiMisition on patriotism and
loyalty. Father Przyhylskl pronounced
tho boucciction all departed feeling
well pleased. F.ugono Guard.
CAPITAL CITY'S CORDIAL WELCOME
Continued Pmm Flrt PK.
MAniON COUNTY MATTERS
UuoIneBS Ueing Transacted at the Court
Adda Parvin, uxeuutrix of tho estate
of John Sutton, decoucod, has Imen
authorized to borrow f!W,00 to pay the
indebtedness of the state.
In department No. U these docket
entries have been made:
S. U. Young, ot id., vs. John Hughos,
administrator, demurrer to complaint
overruled. Defendant bus leave to
John Hoofer, ot al plaintiff, vs. A.
Chnqiiotto, ut ul., dufoiinaiita; fore
closure. Demurrer siibtalned.
W. G. Daws, etui,, to John F. Daws,
H.tvd. to 1 ucro in Oglo's add to Wood
Win. 11. Ashley to W; W. Curtis,
trustee, then l of tho u o W of section
Ht 10 s rft oast.tOO.
Chus. Scott, assignee Oregon Land
Co., to Cora It. Tahuforro, part of lot
No. 2, and all of lot No. !, in Sunnyside
Fruit Farm. No. II. KuV
Phoebe Fullerton and W.S. Fullerton,
utuoiiii ii. Aioeri, ihs acres In t i a, r
2 w, deed of correction, f 1.
and to show them as much of our city
and the surrounding trimmings of God's
green earth as the limited time will
Marion square with its noble forest of
firs has beon cleaned up underfoot and
overhead, all trash being taken off the
ground and the lower branches of the
trees trimmed off, so that tho cool
breezes may fun the editorial brows of
the editors ami the fair faces of thoir
Ten long tables have Ikmmi construct
ed, and those will ho loaded down witli
nn abundance of good things to eat. 1).
K. Ken worthy will furnish the food and
deliver it at the grounds, and each table
will be in charge of two ladies, who will
have ton young lady assistants, insur
ing that the guets will receive every
There will be a short address of wel
come by Justice F. A. Moore of the su
preme court, and there will probably be
some informal after dinner talk from
the distinguished visitors, among whom
it is needless to say are some of the
brightest men in the Union.
After tho conclusion of the gastrono
mic exorcii-oB tho visitors will lie given
carriage rides to the sightlies pointst for
scenery and the choicest cherry trees.
Proporations have been made to en
tertain about COO iicople, as it is ex
pected that number will come. There
will Ikj 3o0 on the trains, which will ar
rive from F.ugono in two sections at
1 1 :20. These wont south Sunday on the
west side, going as far as Koseburg. To
day they go to Ashland und back to
Itoseburg, coming to Eugene during the
night. Tomorrow morning they will
hike breakfast at Eugene on Skinner's
Iluttc, then come to Salem.
Word has been received that 150
members of tho association will come up
from Portland and Join the others here.
Oregon has never before had such a
chance to distinguish herself in the eyes
of the very people of all others whoso
good will may do her some good. It
will be a long time before she has
another such chance. Let Salem peo
ple and the farmers and fruit growers
of this section put fortli their lwst efforts
to give those gentlemen and ludies u
rousing welcome. Especially is every
one who has a "rig" urged to lie on
hand with it and to devote a few hours
to showing as much as possible of this,
the fairest part of the groat Willamette
valley, to those people who come from
every section of the union and who are
people of standing and influence at their
IS' CIIAIIOK Ol' TIIK TAIII.KS.
Tho managing committee having the
banquet in charge consists of Mrs. Geo.
II. lluruett, Mr. E. M. I.uloround Miss
Calista Moore, and tho ladies having
direct charge of the tables are as follows,
two for ouch of tlio ten tables:
Mosdamos C. E. Wolvertou, F. I. Dun
bar; W. T. Williamson, Win. llrown;
J. D. Sutherland, W. T. Gray; P. 11.
Ktiymond, A. F. Gilbert; Hay I). Gil
bert, W. 11. lyrd;Th(H. llolmaii, E. A.
Pierce; Ida Halicook, n. Savage; J. J.
Murphy, F. W.;stousloff ; Wm.Kiiglund,
W. II. Ackerniau; E. P. McCoruaek,aud
Miss Lena llroymuu.
It bus been decided to stop trains at
tliedojiotand bring passengers down on
the electric cars, and give the excur
sionists free use of tho street cur sys
tem all day.
Escort of Honor.
Celebrated tho Fourth and so did all the rest of the people who purchased
clothing nt Friedman's New Ituckc'.., for they saved enough money In tho bar
gains they got at Friedman's New Racket that they had money to blow In at,
the Fourth And you could see by their faces where they bought tho goods.
All those who looked pleasant and smiling and patronized the restaurants,
peanut and lemonade stands were the ones who purchased their wares nt
Friedman's New Racket. Tlio few dejected looking people, who went wltli
outtlielrdlnnerand refreshments on the Fourth, boughtthclr goods elsewhere.
And now Friedman's New Racket Ispreparlngfor the Fall trade: and down
goes prices still lower In order to make room, prices go down still lower, nnd
those who are In need ot clothing, hats, gents' and ladles' furnishing goods,
staple and fancv Dry Goods, blankets, comforters, laces, ribbons and embroid
eries handkerchiefs, towels and notions, trunks, valises, etc., will find timt It
will piy thaiii to in ike their purchases at
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RACKET
Cor Commercial and State streets, Salem. Ore
And Evaporator Will Run All the Week
In two half day runs last week the
Allen cannery put up 200 cases of choice
Oregon cherries. They ore being shipped
from points In the valley from New Era
to Eugene und packed at the Salem
Manager Allen has enough cherries in
sight to run all the week, beginning
Tuesday morning. Tlio price paid is
2.50 to f!J per hundred pounds. The
Royal Anno variety alone being the top
figure. The cannery will next lie run
on Oregon peas, which like cherries are
the finest in the world.
Dawson Herb Tea Is selling like hot
cukes because It does tho work.
Many persons die of neglect, Daws
llurb Tea llxoi 'em,
A Small Discount.
Chairman Judah, of the Fourth uf
July committee, has found that tho ox
m)imm of Urn oeltfbmttoii slightly ox
ceodod the funds collected, audit will
Iki nucttMMry to dUoonnt all hills S per
The soldiers are ooiiiins homo to hsc
llmlr picture nmdtt at the ltlito Studio,
Sueeotwor to Sparry, thw urttot. 7-10 ti
1.. M. Kirk ban taught out J. T. till
uioro tho fl man who will retire from
biiMiio. Tho new llrm will oKnte in
the feud hmuuuHS and ex tend thu alrwidy
largo trade enjoyed by this llrm. .Mr.
Ollmuro will romaln In Salem for the
prueout and make his tlnal euttluimmU
Proverbs, axiom and wise sayings
have been uttered bv Confucius ami
other wise men from time Immemor
tal, but few people realize how many
there aroof them, C. 1. Hood oc Co,,
of Sarsanarllla fume, have over two
tuoiiMiuu ami nicy tiavo originated
the Ingenious pluu or serving thorn up
In deloi'tahlu siiune in thousands of
nowspaporr, with ouch one noatly
turning a point as to the merit of
inoir wen known medicine. Tho ex
tensive uc of these proverbs is or
iginal and creditable to Howl &
Sunday evening tlio following named
party left Salem for San Francisco us an
escort of honor to greet the volunteers
at the Golden Gate:
Col. 1). M, Dunne and wife.
Col. S. C. Spencer and wife.
Col. H. 11. Tuttle and wife.
Me I. Wood.
Col. A. It. Glllis.
District Attorney S. L Ilayduu.
Judge II. A. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs, J. Connor, of Hotel Wil
lamette, leave this evening to Join the
party and greet thoir sou on his return.
Judge Johnson also goes to greet a son ,
and Mr. Huydon goes to meet his two
Miss Alice Conner Joins the governor's
escort at Ashland,
The Volunteers Fund.
The soliciting committee to secure
funds for the volunteers reception, F. T.
Wrightmun, G. W. Wostacott and Milt
Meyers, commenced work this after
noon. They are meeting with a liberal
response at the hands of Salem htiiduofrs
men as they should.
When seen they had .ocured tho
Ladd & Hush, f-'O.
E. C. Cross, 10.
F. P. Tulkiiigton. f 10.
George Uros., fit).
M. Klingor, f 10.
F. Gimlet, $10,
Wostacott k Stolz, J 10.
E. Ilofer, ffl.
Mel Hamilton, $10.
J. 11. Albert $10.
Neckcnnan it Rogers, $.10.
A. T. Gilbert $5.
C. P. Hishop, $10.
F. R. Aiikiii, $10.
E. P. McConnlck, $10.
Gray Uros.. $10.
R. M. Wade & Co., $10.
Stoinbach & Co., f 10.
Ed Hirseh, $10.
J. R. T. Tuthill, $10.
Gilbert A Raker, $6.
New York Racket, f5.
ffliy Every Alan Should Insure in llic New York life.
1. Rccausc It Is tho strongest company In the world.
2. 1 1 bus over $216,000,000 assets,
.'I. It Is purely mutual, all Its assets, caanlngs and sirnlus
belonging to policy holders,
HOMER 11. SMITH, .Special Agent
Olllce with Salem Land Olllce. 0-Oma Salem, Oregon
Lure stock fresh from Factory.
Parlor, Dining and Bedroom Suits.
Caipets, Linoleum, Oil Cloth and Matting.
Wall Paper and Aoulding.
I HOLUS MP
1st Door North of Post Office.
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS
II. E. Loiinsbury, Pertlrnd: S. W.
Thompson, Honrv A. Towiiseuu, Citvj
Kdgur J. Dlven, Chicago, III,: Win. Mc
Gowan, Portland j Geo. Knight, Hub
bard: 1). R. Mackie, Portland; Mr. and
Mrs. J. I). I.ong, Vulo, Ore., A. F.
Rogers, Portland; T. J. Rurdnian, Jos.
Steinan, San Francisco; 1. W. Streit,
Edgar M. lizarus, Portland F.J. Culcf,
Geo. Kluwuns, Chicago.
I hnvo for salo on my Ho wall Prnl
rot Ranch 200 tons of A I Clovor
hny at $V.OO porton In tho flold.
COTTAQE HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Tilly. S. M. Tillv.Rothunv. Mo. :
M. Tilley, Spencer, S. !.; J. I.inn,
1 1 food!
Hll ood! 1 I
I H ood! J
We are now pi enured
Large body Fir, choice live wood,
in cord lots $2.05 per conl
Large Second Growth, cut from
lilrtrit tfJIJta flu irniul au Int...,. 4I- 111 Ot
Can deliver at once. This is a chance to lay in your white? wood clump. It Till'
lie higher soon. Do not delay ; place orders won as sunnlv on bund is limited.
s- "TH3C36,3Erar & oo.
I UK) .'Hll niinmnl'Al.. n..1 T.VAn
' viiiiiiunuut unit x luut
should loam orlr th necct.
Who Is to Entertain?
Don't depend on the public tnmnrow,
but come where you will lw certain to
tlnd a Urst-class dinner at the White
Kx-Gov. Z. I Moody lttft for the Tho
Mrs. Thos. King went to Oregon
The Prudent Housewife
Takes advantage (if )m fruit w...iunn
when it is plentiful and cheap and does '
up nor lollies, preserves and canned
goods. She is always suro of getting
hero tlio very bout and purest spicos.
sugar, white wlno vinegar, 'spirits and
oulor vinegar for this purpose, that will I
iiiBiiiuiiur irons uguuisi spoiling, our I
prices are the lowest.
124 Stato t Tolephone 31
l." STATK STKKI5T.
Just received u full stock of Ladles'
and Gents' Spring und
Will sell for tho next CO days at the
lowest prices over knowu In Saletn.
Will bo pleased to show patrons our
stock and guarantee satisfaction on
every purchase. Prices the lowest.
During Hot Weather.
Vnil U'lll t.mlit... ikiiii.l, f..w .. ...Au ....
I .1 .w.i... ....rv.i 111,11 B HUH US
I.lttle Mis Mlklred ItagUiy, hhI nhw. .,l,",r SH'rlw. Vou will find the fruit,
....- 1 . - - I IIH IH TV (1 I I 1 I 1
,Boy' Linen Pants
100 pairs Indies' Qxfortls ut, Kq, jnir.
"Y1""" "'V iiwvb ni .... flUM JHJT
.HUU B II
ail i jtx
neavv worKimc snoes.... ...i.uu ix.r
100 jmirs ehlMnwi's white kid ulM ll a. per
r- Kvrythiv In our stock at such law prloo as will make U au object to yu
- mi no rour iratiiut; wnu u as u urt
St, POSITIVELY Rin'lltl.NU FROM Ul'BISltSS.
II3LIS BROS.& CO.
FIRST DOOR SOUTH OP POSTOPI'ICK,
Tho llrm of Woli A Mluscke pniprietur
of the German Market, hue UkmuIvmI
iMutnarslilp this fith day of July. C.
Wuli tuUvi eltargo and oolltwt ull bills
The bustuwiw win htinwtter Ut ooudurtisl
by Woli A Son.
A young John Duo was before Riv
order Judah this morning, through too
llbartd an indulgence in hug juieo over
ftuiuUty. Ho was lot on with a wurl-,
mnud dollvered lit Judgo Judah's uust
Volunteers Soon Home,
In making prepivrtloHH to udwuno
tin hunxM rooiomlKir that you own Ihij
all the grvKwriw ami huurliv. htmM at
llrrttwn iV RngaH'.
Have You Caught On
T the luat that tho rliiMt i4tuiw In
tho ti are made at the Kllto Studio.
Kntr, xklnif. It h tool tie tMt for forty years.
IVko no ouUUiut. BKXl) OR UOOK ON "1UBIES."
DOSCtN1 CONDJXtCO MllH CO., NtW YORK
Jolly Tumblers 30 ami Mo. dot
uiuio I'umuiors 3o oaoh
tuu comblnatlotudriisstiig ,U
Rluck Lhiuld dressing . too
iuuiiuiiii all tho above on the
rack uuuddo Hu? door. Look them
went to Portland alone today
K. C. Croi, left t vwiiitg for
Kiamatli Kails, to m ulkxint wvaml
weeks on bushuMe and ilsasure.
V. L. Wade, who accidently receivetl
a bullet wound in the alulomttn Tum
day, is reMirtetl recovering nieely.
Miss F.tnmu Moore of l'ortlaml who
bus Iwen the guet of MWs IiUth Lewis
rturuwl to Portland twlny.
and tho sugar ul
UlOLsZ, & SON
German Market on
South Commercial st.
All kinds or
MEAT AND SAUSAGE
In roason. Prompt free delivery and
satisfaction guaranteed. 7-01 m
WANTED. Twenty oxtra boys to m11
paoew Tiwaday evening to the tsll
Premium on Warrants.
AnyfarUVM haviug Marion or I'nllc county
wnrrunl in .ll.e of, will ilu wll to 0ll a
tlwollUtfof Kagone llrevuun, 270 Couisr'ial
Mtot. with llolte A IlitrkiT. 1 will allow
premium on all uoh properly eiHlurved tr
runta. Money to loan at 6 ami 7 pr eut luter
oil m lmirorU (artan. No loDimlwIon
?,?.f,f .,, KrOU.N BIIKYMAN
While Cornor lllook. m t'omwecil trwt
ipeure ua Grippe, keep warm, espediUt
Ae feel, and lake l)r. Mile' Nervine.
YOKOHAMA TEA STORF,
VERY GOOD FINISH.
Tolephone Red 2091.
liood sle. pillow and spreader .76o
Laruor, ami stronger . . OSo
llaadiotuo fringed unos l 35 up
Wo Can save you some money. Try
Hit; linos of mou's straw haw,
working cloven, ovohhtrts, stout
shoos, suspenders, heavy Koks etu,
at lowest raoket prices for cash
only. You sayo dollars on the
oxuh plau. No other man's bills
Blue Streaks Black Streaks
Rlifdlne llnully urrlvort Friday
evening. Wo can now till all baoic
orders on tho Q Moduli, and ou
the 30-Mioh at $30.
I ho ladlos' btaok on as are inirfeot
u'l"w. Per com off for gash
.nemwant ou l0 lrX t'o
wheeli ThorunuliiK tiualltlos U
fur tourULs, shawl
So Easy So Quiet
Rytjr.ybody says so.
wiu u nuutra .nurpiiys rtwtrtl or
a uiUo In 47 4 seconds on aTtlb.
oee our au. last. fgw dayt.
80S COMMKHOIAL ST.
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Have you noticed
The bids for Street Lighting?
45 Arc Lamps, all night $281,25 per month,
zuu vjras Lamps, all night, $666,66 per month.
o fcTLamPs' until midnight, 5225,00 per month,
iUO Gas Lamps, untU midnight, $458,33 per month
Lowest proposition from Gas companyi
100 Lc$S UntiI midnisht, except moonlight nights,
&.j.,w per montn,
Lowest proposition from Electric companyi
35 Arc Lamps until midnight, every night,
$175,00 per month,
Is any Comment Necessary