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Cloak and Jacket Cloth.
Eiderdowns v Plain and Fancy.
Astrachans Blues, Browns and Feds.
The popularity of the Golf cape is still increasing and
we anticipate large sales this season. Besides our large
assortment of capes we carry the Golf cloaking.
Jackets and Capes?
Never has fashion given such a neat jacket as this
year. Rich materials, plainly made and fancy lined.
Better values than last year, all sizes for children and
A complete line of
& Braids, Buttons, Threads,
p Point L?.ce Braids and Pat
L terns, etc., in all new designs
' rom simple to the most clab,
f orate patterns,
The first showing of
Dress Good I
Includes Fancy Golf cloth i
for skirts and capes; beau-
tiful plaids for waists and
childrens' dresses; plain ,
suitings for Tailor-made
suits; new mixtures. We
show a grand line direct j
Irom the mills.
J, J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
Old fashioned prices for old fashioned
work. A trial will coiivinco you Unit
I am up to (Into in all branches of
watches, clocks and Jewelry repairing
and our prices arc up to (Into also.
Watch cleaning 7Gc
Main spring 16o
I'ln tongues 1(K;
x'ld all otliur work In orortlou.
Old Juwulry made-over in now' stylos.
' KYKS TESTED FltBK
Komomlier I nan replace uny kind o( n
nroKun lens linn repair any irtiiuu.
Tonight and Saturday (air.
Ice Not Qiven Away.
I cannot afford to uivo Iro away,
mo nolllng n puro article at u
im within tlm reach of all.
ClIYHTAt. ICK WOIIKH.
J. Mauuiro, Prop, (I 16 tf
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
wont to Portland this
Miss Mnry Altkon loft thin mornlm
for Wasco, whom she will ttKicli school
M. 0. 1'otttir, tho IndoiMmdoneo law-
yr, wiih in tho city today.
Miss Haiina iinriman. who Iiiih Ihioii
visitlim the Misses IfiuiH In South ftiloiu,
roturiuMjto I'ortlaiid today.
MIhh Uraco Davis wont to Portland
Judge F. A. Mooro Ih in Portland
I.lttlo .Too anil Holiort Piukorll! wont
toJnriorou today to viHit tlioir grand
mothur, Mrs. Ilolsirt Wlloy.
A. 0. Condit Ih roortcd as Improv
ing in uoaitii,
Hon.C. 1). Mooros, of Oregon City
wiih In tho ulty today.
J. (i. ilarr Ih roortcd tpiito 111 (his
Miss Mario Challlold, Ida Itloktiril,
N'olllu SiMing and Mm. Wilkins woro jhis
MingurH to lndoHindoiico last uvuuliig.
L. C. Funes wiih u iiassonuer to Indtt
ondonco hint o vun i n l' on Tils way to
Kllmgcrft Beck,Successora to HouthSalem
All orders for liottKxI bi-or will lie filled
t tho hrowury. Kept on cold Htorago.
Free city dollvory, Telephone L'lill.
Ice Very Neatly Given Away,
Wo oun glvo Ico tiway, to convince you
coino und see now big n chunk you got
for llttlo money. Our Ico Ih inunufao
turo from puro distilled water.
Capitol ico Workn,
ItStf Kl.lNUKIl fi IlKCIC
$3 Per Dav Sure
Ountlamort or Ladles, not to omwiiHs
hut to umploy agents iHMltluii permnu
tint; 1KK pur year and expenses ; relialtle
Arm with uost references; ex )Htriunco un
Everything for Everybody.
Shirts of all kinds, Jumpers, overalls,
underwear, hats, mw, hammocks, tolo
M)o natulan's, odd punts and vests
ruhlwr boots and shoo fur ladies, gents
and children, at tho Now York ltuokut,
Qall and you will find all at low prices.
loMinnvlllo whom ho will vlnit kiiiic of
Co. K. bo'M.
A laruo lot of lion nlokui-H onino nn
hint night from Portland. Thoy oampfd
by tho rivor Hido.
Mr. and Mm. Win. Abbott arrivwl
from Portland lant uyoning and aro
(iiiiiihhI at tho dot'k waiting for hop
picking til iHfgill.
Mlwu Dulnyand Uortha ItlchanlHon
wont to Iudiioudoiic)lattovuiihig whro
UlUy Will pK'K nopH.
Mim Altn DavIh rnlurnml from a vImII
at Portland hint ovouiog.
J. ltiock and family, of Portland, ar
rival litHt night via HtiNtiuur to roi(fo in
Mm. M. M. Nolmm, who ban laxm vin
King hor hoii-m-luw, John llowull, ro
turiiMl Ui Portland thiH morning.
Watt Ilunduoou. Khorlff of Yamhill,
Co.. drove ovr IhhI ovonlng, bringing a
imtiout for tint iiiwiuo iiHyhim.
John Carmiohaul, drove to Lincoln
thiH iiiorniug, w huro ho hiu wiiiih hop
bimluutw to attoml to.
MImm HttbocoH IkddariM of Uarduttr.
ijihI Miw llalllu Tlioiim. of
lurmtr, arw $utMiU of MU Myrtl
Jlr. hih! Mm. A. N. ltuidi wunt to
UImiioii twlay Uy twin from Allwiiy.
N. W. OarrtUMin wunt down to Port
laud thin aftwiuoaii.
W. A. Slww CMimt up from Portlaml
II. J. Othuihtthiiar In PortlwiHl.
Hrulmin(tlu,.Ir., 'atnrtied to Port
laud thin aftornoou.
Mr.T. M. Ilunl wont to Portland
thin aftornoou to vWt friumlft,
i:-OoJlwctor nf iMinUmia T, J. Ilkitfk In
In tho city.
I.. W. William of Nv.irt U In Ujwh.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Being Transacted at the Court
.Tamos S. MarUn to K. E. Martin and
wife, 1G0 acres of land in townahin 7
couth) range 1 wost. $8,600.
Money for tichools.
County Superintendent Jones states
that on October 2, he will make another
apportionment of ochool funds, as the
law now requires four apportionments
per year instead of two. as heretofore.
The October distribution will amount to
something ovor 2 for each child of
school ace. and it will be safe for n-lirv1
directors to figure on that amount in
making arrangements for tho Fall tnrnm
H. Massey Discovers a New Lode in
II. Mawey, of North Salem, has just
returned from the southern nart of Coos
county, where he has boon prosiiecting
lor two months. J le discovered a new
load of gold bearing quartz, about three
miles from MooreV'mlnos. or l2 mil
east of the coast in the iron mountains,
on Johnson creek, a tributary of
the south fork of the Conuille rlvnr.
Tho load between tho walls is about two
leot tliick. riiio vein of quart is 14
inches wide. Tho surface of the lead
has been uncovered for about .100 fot
showing good quality. Mr. Massey has
made his own essay and estimates tho
valuo of the nuartz 12000 to thn ton. I In
and partners have located their claims
of IGOO foot each, and will goon resume
work erectinc a wator nownr inulmr.
and make further tost.
Tho mine is located about two mil
from the jiost road and is reached by a
Ilr Aaaioclaletl Vrrmu to the Jnurnnl
Nnw Yoiik. Sent. 1. The Klnnlxli
delegation, which has been sent to
America to select lands for a colonv of
between 5,000 anil 10,000 Philanders,
will decide upon British Columblalong
tho Pacific coast. A letter to this effect
has been recoived in Now York from A.
Uorifstrom. one of the do lot-ation. Tlw
majority of the immigrants from Fin
laud are young men, who, to avoid be
ing sent into Kussia to serve in tho
army, are leaving tho country instead.
' Bend Subscriptions.
Tho total subscription!) for citv IkiihIh
amounts to 172,760, nearly three timos
tho amount to lie iaBiied. The last ones
on the lislnre:
W. T. Williamson 600
Mrs. II. M. Wamlt 200
H. I). Palno 1,000
It. Garriwm 600
A. h. Iliiurakor (KX)
Tho city will soon bo lighted again and
ata iniicli lower ilsiiro fliaii has been
iHild heretofore. Tho lighting ordinance
has lieeii signiHl by tho mayor and a
written acccoptanco of tho same Iiiih
lHfon filed by tho S. L. & T. Co., and
the lights will ho turned loose on Sep
The slight eeugh rnay
soon become deepseated and
hard to cure. Do not let it
settle on the lungs.
Think! Has there been
consumption in your family?
Scott's Emulsion is Cod
liver oil with hypophos
phites. These arc the best
remedies for a cough.
Scott's Emulsion has saved
thousands who, neglecting
the cough, would have drift
ed on until past hope. It
warms, soothes, strengthens
rand ti.oo, alt draagHt.
IIOWXJ . hmi. Xtw York.
Gloves 20c a pair. We bought snaps in these goods and aie giving our customers
the benefit thereof.
Overalls, Jumpers, Blankets and Comforters,
The best goods at the lowest prices. Good overshirts at 25c each. Good
25c. Good socks six pairs for 25c Lanre size handkerchiefs 5c.
We have a lot of misses shoes, extra good quality, best goods on the market, which
we are selling at one third the regular price. Just the thing for going hoppicking.
Ladies' cloaks (all wool goods) we are sellidg 25c on the dollar.
Men's coltonade pants, good strong goods, 50c a pair, boys' knee pants, half wool 25c
DryvGoods Clothing and Hats
At lowest possible prices at
Fire at Uallaru.
Skatti.h, Sept. ,1. A lire nt Uallard
Into yesterday destroyed the plant of
the Hay Lumber & Shint-Unir Comnanv.
tho public school bull
dwelling. The total Iosh is estimated at
$150,000, of which 160,000
ng and a smal
fill It- on the
Captain Worrick Has a Number of
Recruits In Sight.
Captain E. O. Worrick, who is in
charge of the local recruiting olllco,
roixtrts that several young men
have signified tholr intention
of enlisting for service in tho Phil
ippines. Captain Worrick oiened the
recruiting office on Wednesday and will
close it Saturday night and go to Fort
land on the overland Monday morning
unless he receives different ordors. His
recruits will be assembled at Portland
for tho present' and later taken to Fort
Snelling, Minnesota, where tho Forty
fifth regiment is being rendezvoused.
There they will be drilled and licked
into shajHJ before being sent to the Phil
ippines, which will be in about two
months. If any members of Co. K, en
list, however, they will bo given thirty
days furlough, as they are already well
drilled and do no not need tho training
to fit them for active sorvico as soldiers.
The boys who enlist with Captain
Worrick will serve under him in
tho Forty-fifth regiment.
Although the recruiting office will close
Saturday night, the captain will Ihj in
the city all day Sunday and if any re
cruits show up, they will not he turned
Receipts for Augnat in Different Offices
at the Court House.
Sheriff Durbin has turned over to
County Treasurer Downing $7,-l01.ftl,
making a total of f 17.1,012.05 of 1808
taxes collected mid turned into the
treasury, This leaves a balance of flfi.
130.70. the levy for 1808 being f218,
770.44. The feos of the clerk's olllco for Au
gust amounted to $181,10, and of tho re
corders' olllco. f 22(1.05.
There havo lieen few boarders in the
basement of the court Iioukj during An
gust, and Charley Wong, awaiting the
action of tlio grand jury on tlio cliarge
of larcouc.y. is tho only occupant at
Workman Attetion. !
When you go from lalior to refresh
ment kindly remember that you can
get a good hearty meal for fifteen cents,
at the Wonder Restaurant.
Cor Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore.
YaqulB will Be Qiven a Rest
IIhiimomii.i.o, Mexico, Sept. 1. A com
pany of volunteers went from hero this
morning to Pitaya to join Colonel
Pleuadoe's command and arrest tlio
Ynquiri who had destroyed the telegraph
linos at Potain. Tho troops met a Imnd
of alKiut 80 Yaipiis, mid a short fight
occured, In which one soldier was killed
and the Mexicans routed, lienorel Tor
res' headquarters have been entirely cut
off from (olographic communication with
(ho ou(er world for (he last five days.
Tho YiiipiiM burned about a mile of (el
ograph H)los and curried (he wire away.
Volunteers continue to arrive dailv in
columns of 100 or more, and a hoavilv
gimnieu i hick train oi limit) is Kept nusy
convoying new guns and ammunition
from the launches Medano and Ixrin. i
Manyof tlio natives Jwho occupy huts
near uiotsigooi ine town nave Decomo
soalurmed that thoy carry their beds in
near tlio heart of (ho pueiila to pans the
tumoral I.uls Torres has suspended
hostilities till Octolwr, when cooler
weather will Imve set in ami the troops
will Ihi better able to take care of thorn
olvMS. lly that timethere will Ihi about
uuu more sohllers in the field.
II. M. Ogdon, C. K. Palmer, Geo. II.
Williams, K. II. Duffy, II. W. Mitchell,
C. Corcoran, Mrs. M. I). Adams, L, li
Sterns, W. M. Cake, Geo. Hogor,
Portland; Paul 11. Cooer, McMinn
villo; S. C. Sweothuid, City: F. C.
Fish, Ktigouo; F. M. llranch, San Fran
cisco; Joseph Miller, Mrs. JoHoph Mil
ler, l'rauk Itacon, Kdna Kllsmeie, Fsy
Courtney, Carmath Yost, IS. Jay lllank
all, Huh-oII Itaskett, Cius Tate, Harry
Kelly, The Girl from Chili Company.
D. K. Swank, Aumsville: John F.
llonue, McCov; L. P. W. Oiifniby, H. L.
liaucom, 11. Nl. Westervelt, Portland;
U. C. Miles, Nuwlierg; Ixwtor I.. Neil,
Ueavcr Cek Party Return.
Tho greater wrt of the SalemitM who
have been camping on Heaver Creek,
returned this afternoon, among (hem
being Chief Justice and Mrs. C. K.
Wolverhm, Mim Prkt, Win, Krowii and
family, Mrs. bit Peane and children,
and Judge ti. II. Itiirnctt.
Yellow Fever at Key West.
M' . u. .....-.. m...xt 1 l!nn,i.,il I.V.ml-
commaiidiug the department of the Gulf
has telegraphed tho war department
that four cases of yellow fevor nave ai
pearud at Koy West. General Miles
sent instructions directing the removal
of the garrison at Koy West to suuh
oint ns I'nuik may deem borL
Capital Junk Shop'
Dealer in Cast Iron, Wrought iron
QStovo plates, ixipnur, brass, xinr,
r, iwgri, niiies, m-
at the Puget
A strike Tuesday afternoon by the
packors of tho Paget Sound Flouring
mill resulted In the plant closing down
at 0:0,") p. in.
Ah told by the men itannears that the
wages of the "half and half" man. who
is surmoscu to pack Hull feed ami Jiait
flour, were cut 60 cents per dav. To
make up this deficit the man would have
to turn Ins attention more to flour. This
move on his part would result in the
other packers having a share of their
flour taken from them and as the nay is
rcuulatctl by tlio number ot sacks llllod.a
consequent reduction in their pay. This
is K cents per barrel, four fifty iound
sacks which means, when the mill is
running full time, about $2.20 per day.
Last fall the pnckerB were paid iVi
cents ior barrel. This was later cut to
k cents. Now with the cut on the
"half and half" man's wages, it brings
tho price down to a littlo over n cent a
Tills the men claim doo not const!
tutc living wagos throughout the year as
tlio nun nt intervals is line.
Whan yesterday '8 cut was announced
the packers hold a consultation and do
cided to walk out at the noon hour.
This wnsdono. The mill bins uoro full,
however, and It was necessary to in
press men from other Kirts of (he plant
to take tlio ixickors places.
Tho strikers now ask (hat they bo
paid tho old price of 1 cents per
barrel and Unit tlio "Half and nail
man's wacos Iw retained (o the old rate;
ulso that ho pack the regulation quota
oi loco ami nour.
The strikers number eiuht men all
going out except the head pucker. To
fill their places It will be necessary to
send to Spokane or other Hour milling
towns to procure Hem, tnere being no
men skilled in the work in Tacoma.
Wlion the Puget Sound Flour mill
office was questioned, tho reply came
that they knew of no strike Simply
that tho mill shut down at 0 p. in.
It would seem that the increase in
wages lately made by the iiuployors of
other lacoinu mills and lactones lias
considerable to do with the Hour mill
strike, l no men unit anticipated a re
turn (o (he old scale rather than
The Girl From Chili.
Tlio regular theatrical season will Ik
opened nt the opera house (onlgnt.
"Tho Girl From Chill" will be (he a(
(ractlon. It is n comedy with a plot
written to make iooplo laugh and it is a
During tho company's ongagoment in
nacramonio, uu., last week tlio league
Iwso ball club attended in a IxmIv. Tnev
presented Miss Kllesmoro. "The Girl
From Chill" with a bountiful fioral piece
tue coior ami snaiio ot a bell tapper.
Mr. Tate, tho boy comedian will simt.
loud, rnie, (rubber
i per ami liouw.
J. D. ItrUKXSTKIN,
IM Court St.
l 1 tf
No nxirtilitiio or otilum In Dr. Mllivt' I'aib
u.rjc CCliu All I'Alu. "Onocont. mVwv"
Thursday, Friday and Saturday there will be on display in
our store and in our two show windows the finest collection of
curios and relics ever brought from Manila. We invite all our
friends to come and see what the Filipinos wear, thcarms they
flirm Willi. :in(1 nilltr tlimox inn niimarnnc in iiMiilinn
In the meantime bear in mind that we are closing out our
entire stock and if you are goine hop picking or harvesting
we will save vou monev on oui ts. blankets. hoes mid rlrv
goods. Shirt waists and straw hats we are almost giving away.
Be sure and do not buy until you get our prices.
YOURS TO CLOSE
CDJIUIS J3ROS.S CO.
ihouM lern exrlv the necei.
Itjr ot ktplag oa haJ
Yauntu Mn4hMm :
mm supply of
"All I U'nr.t la l lllnol- 11..1,,. Ho,.l-
.... ....... .. .... .....Ln '..1 4t.Vf,
and Hose Curoy, Miss Courtenv will
rondorhor creative "Kentucky Ilabe.
Misj Kllosmore willalso sing "Ix)ve Never
urowauid" ami "ison uoit. Hie sale
of seats this morning was quite large
mm iiiuiciuiuiiH eiiun iiuvi - ine uiri
rrom wniii" win bo greeted witli a large
house. Kvery piece of scenerv used in
the production Is sjecial and Is carricnl
by the company.
"TheGirl From ChHi"companv visited
the state prison and asylum this after
noon. The circus bill posters covered all the
painlhiK of "TheGirl From Chill',
in ltoeoburg bofnre (ho company arrived
(hero. The citixene of (he place raw the
injustice that was done and they all
took Itokl and the result was that the
opera house was nucked. The nluv una
I Mich a success that Mr. Muller booked
ins attrncdon lor next Beaton.
Sampson to Be Relieved,
Wsiunuton, Sopt. 1. At Uie con
elusion of (he Dewey celebration it is
annoiince.1 that Admiral Sampson will
le relieved of thecomiuand of the Nortli
Atlantic stiuadron. This action is taken
at tho request of Admiral Shiiiimuii, wlio
has had more than his portion of two
Mrico in his grade.
Xpr- &- y&j- ypn- js jrff" BSf' t vx ft pj
fcnqiure oi your grocer
for it and try it, X
Every sack' guaranteed,
All from old wheat and
best in market,
The money is spent here, the work
is done here and they are made on
La Corona 10 cts
ty Aug, Huckestein,
IJJ3EDS' OPEEA HOUSE
Fatton ilros., lessees and ManagerM
One Night Only,
For Your Sparc BcdRoom
Don't miss wvuring one of the hand
somely decorated English jKircelain and
toilet sets. For uuafitv. lieautv of il,v
oration and desiuu (hew prices are al-
most like L'iviiii; them nun v. U. Imv
the finest sUck of cliimi. lumna nn,
crockery at the loweat prices to lw found
124 Stato at Telephono 51
i FRIDAY, "I
A Strong Caste!
Scale of Prices;
Ilrst Balcony 7i
tecoinl llnli-..n 50
CONDKN8BD MILK (or nnrttnjr ttable . u well u for
Kner. cooking- It baa atooU tb teat tor forty J tan.
Tak no subatftut. tit.ND for tkKK ON "IUbies."
BORDCM'D CONDCNIID Ml IK CO., NlW YORK
FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF POSTQPPlCjE,
ratlsrim afforjeujber 161h,
Hop Pickers Supplies
Ymi'll ued;UtM, alux., ltats, ruin
Wrs. underwear, eot(ou blankets,
iHHnfurU, etc., Uttidsri alt your mm
ing mipplhts in the way of tinware,
emiiite wnru. frylitgiHiw, ami to on.
Iwar in mind hre's wlwtrw yo huy
(Imh) (hllliMI a( lowtMt nuikat nrie.w
Make it a ohit to ism tit good
I lup glovw all mm tk
Thrillers' uhne SMkHofl
SiiUmdid shirts 40 to 50c
ChtMor oikm sic
Ovumlls of all kinds m up
Hrtl oowiforu rod up
KuhW e)l twnU sWex . . tfr up
Utylw (or thrwhra- Cc
OolOMtl (jkliWMW, JDi-
ft) por et red actio m all immmt
w -CTri r wn iwtlA, I
New and SccondHand,
Tliustf snaps are Wing taken advuu
tuj;e of. Wo neiHl the tloorstaee far
fan Koods and uuint olean tltem out,
l.-xdies' unw Spvkil. ... i6.00
nenw biKHuaisiiKliuv useil. 170
Utmt' lo hluo 'IVilHines . . 30.00
tiits' JW-lnah sllghlly nseil ).00
tln(s' f W S(earns slihdy uod .rjo
Uant's Orlejit nxvdsterdo. ...86.00
And fevonil other smtikd in beootwl.
haiul wheels. Come and iwh for,
Tacoma. Sent. 1. Tho (raniHrt Vlo.
turiu saihsl last night, with horses, feeil
and provisions, for the 11111 pliuie.
There are seventy-five member of tlie
Third cavalry aboard.
utIee Is horoby ulvon that under
tho provisions of ordinance No, 3uo, I
TUESDAY, SEP. 5,
at 2 o'clock p. in. at tlio nound in thn
olty of Salem, sell at ptibllo auction,
tho following dofeorlbod Impounded
On bay mare, 0 or 10 years old, with
-miiiic inures, u uuiior on ana rone
Uao6S the above dosorlbod animal
Is claimed before Mild date, sale will
bo made without rttsorve.
I). V. OII1SON,
AutMist 31. ism.
Southern Oiegon Melons.
First car of water melons from Smith.
ern Orwun today, raistNl by J. D. Ite,
iranui Pmb. Iled(iwrler forunpy.
John O. Wright, aOiOommereinl striet.
Seals Now Selling.
'lids evumii I lmraa meMH for the
The new stock (hat I ami my auis
Uwte Imve laft oiwnliig during the last
week Is now reiwly for your Insiwtlon.
I till UK tlMt the afiii4rtiiiMiil u..i..l. I...
oiwlw nil wool storm serxes, lieiiriettos,
couiel haircloth, novelties in pUMa xm
stripes aud Hue tailor suitings from $1.36
iwrymtl is as large and the quality
ejiual to any exbibh of drw goods tvw
aiwnn hj wie ifttiMM ot &aiei. .My slock
of trim mines U eompk-tf, and I am oon
tklantthat ifj-ow will kliullv: onmu I..
and look over (Im goods Uiat oau be
shown, you will be able u make a -lection
Qiat will give ymi ptouiure aitd
" auiuimuon o your memls.
W. II. Horwkv,
a7 CotuHurcial street.
Will commence in n few das. !'
iuruei lo auimiv voursolf uitli i"
leas, baking juwders, extracts unl spues
at our store.
We will give a barrel for 1hp pu-kuiK
with a Two Dollar
pnroliaso, and yu
YOKOHAMA TEA STORE.
Free Fell very.
Sundries 'at 2
Always a 8lftlok ami prkt riglit. ' an
Uwiw. Udte. tifM, (HHr tub-, par- f (
oil, Knpiiit, (.
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
Notlco Is horoti- tlvon that under
the nravlsluns of onllnsnuo n o.vt
I 1 .. .. ' " -w. W
1 1 win on
TUESDAY, SEPT. 5.
O'ttlock n..ni. tit the r.outifl in tho
olty of Salaui, soil at public auction,
tlio follow I nv' described imnounr)l
Uneuray mare9orl0aarsolrl. hIdvI
I around, with a Iw'or humn bank.
UHiofs ins auo US6crlUrfatmal Is
oktlmed Iwfore xaW date, sale will be
. . Qlttf Marshal,
ikilsw, Amuai, xm.
The Best for Years.
The Oregon state lair to bo held at
fcalem this year, is expee(d to be one of
UMNittst ever bold in thsshue. A mag
Niftauit dwotev of stock. mhhirtrv
wauiifaotwrw ami produeU will be on
exhibition. The stale board of agrioul
turs lias Islt nothing uHdom to male Us
wir oi iiw a eotujilste smoosm. Tim ex
hibition wiHcoMHMBtis on SMMsmbsr 16
ami Md Sptwbr . iMlain News.
VtuWbait A StHi(ii.wkoba charm
I Oh wrk ( nsmmw; ti O. C. T.
WMBbr 4k Imwui wort tius wum-
inr wttk a km i mru i,.i Um
wtu K9 myhu ptuttui u k.
New Music Studio.
MiH Rvrtha 11. Iluliluinl hna had two
uleasant rooms rltttxl im for a Music
btiiUIo In tho D'Aa-y IhiIUUiik,
ijow preiwroil to rweive pupils
Misu Hubbard is a thorough teacher
of pkHo having had excellent training
ami Kiverai years experience in teach
ing. Special euro wfll bo taken with
boeiunerts. Forratas ami iuformatioH,
cjUT at the Studio, Itoom 10, D'Arcv
iHiihlini. Hours 012 a. in. 2 p. ih.
Gloves or All.
Hon ukksra ami liarvestere gloves,
all sow at racket nriees. We can sat
emlless variety, at the New Yor
isty aiimwt any one in liopuickers gloves
from w to SS cenU iwr iialr. Gall and
sej Ummm. Oar horsoitkle harvesters
gtores are vary ervieable. 8b-l-lw
CWp.UrtliTlng thsunti sf vUtum.
i tmvnae U eoUg; tuouMnai.