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A'JACKETS AND CAPES-JSC
Fall Line Almost Complete.
There never was a garment
made that was nearer the Ideal
Ladies' Jacket than the fall styles
Short inlengtii; plain in ap
pearance; rich in material; sub
stantial linings and above all, low
in price. 'Iliese combined will
make this winter's wrap very
and Ladies in grea
I'lie lurgcstctock wo have ever rthouu,
is now icnuy.
' Wc have rcmodlcd our
Ihc celebrated Koclofs Stiff i
New swell shapes, fXOOiuiil f 1.00.
Sec our special offer in Men's i
At 1)8 renin ciich.
They uro groat values.
Wuuro Salem agents foi
Now Fedoras, black ami colors, from
f 1.00 to f MM).
mill visit our
J. J. DALRYMPLE A. CO.
t Z .
"The Royal Tailors"
Iliiforu buying your fall i
New Clothing Department,
New Eyes for Grandma
anil ulusses lliat will maki itn nil doll
uncles in fulling and imperfect yti Hllit
will iHiionnii in my superior mm oi nit
Ileal goods. 1 will lost your eyesight
(roc, uml lit It ior(oetly wltb properly
adjusted lenses In a scicntillo manner,
and at prices that will null your HHikct
book. 1 ran replace any broken iiart of
eyeglasses or siieetacles anil complicated
lensus of any description,
drcscriptlou work my Hvriiiltv.
IIDU COMMICKOIAI. ST,
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Tonight ami Wednesday fair, cooler,
Ice Not Qivcn Away,
I cannot affonl to give Ico away, but
am selling n piirn article at u prim that
in within tint rone 1 1 o( all.
ClUNTAI, Il-K WllltKH.
J. Mugulre, I'rop. (I 15 tf
Kllngerft Deck, Successors to UouthSalcin
All order for Istttled boor will bo ll 1 1 oil
at tin) brewery. Kent on cold storage.
l-'n-o city ilullvury, Telephone -1:11,
Ice Very Neatly Qlven Away,
We can glvo Ico awny, to cmivlura you
coino ami hou how big a chunk you nut
for IIUIh money. Our Ico Ih nmniifuo
luro from pure distilled wutor.
Cnl.ltul Ico WorkH,
IWtf Kmmiiik & IIkok.
Wnh Steam Up,
Tim machlntw huve them up anil if
you expect in fivl them you i hum to
iippl younmlf with i god slock of
provision ami gim-Hrliw ironi llruiiMiu
Matt Cnlvlu returned to Detroit tisluy.
Mrs. (I. M. Heeler tlrovo to Whcutlund
HiIh morning nu business.
Mr. ami Mrs. I.eonr.rd of l'nrkcrsvlllc,
were Hiilcm visitors tisluy.
(. II. WIthrow, county Hurk of
Klaiuatb county, Ih at Hold Salt'iu.
loxi'ph II. Itiiwull, of Cihih county,
wiim tiHluy I'ouiiiilttcil to thiiaHylniu.
II. I). I.amloii li'ft UiIh imiriiiiiK for
tbi IIuiimhi .V Uimlon hiw mill at Solo.
II.. I. Oltiuibnlmiir, tint hop fantor,
niailiMi trlii to thii country thin morn-
Mlw May Hannnr, who ban bi'iiu thu
Kiiiwt of Mr. ami .Mrn. .Iuimi'm N'orriM, rif
turuiil to l'uitlanil yuNturilay.
Iti'v. A. K. Mycru, nupply paHlor of
thu Chmuokitlik Htriiit ICvmiolktiil church
In NpciulliiK a week in 1'ortlaml.
I'rtiuk I'owurH, wIioIm how In tint ilniK
bUHiuut In I'ortlaml, cainu up tmluy to
vlxit IiIh brother, Cuy,
riauilo Dunn, the Dalian merchant,
eniiioovur tiMlay, retiirnluK with a loml
of inulmiH ami piHiiiheH,
I!. (!, Mlutou, returueil home hint
iiIkM from Wiwteru, blabo, where he
ban Ihkiii truvi'lliiK in the Intenwt o(
tlio Oregon U'holewile NurMiry.
Aiiioiii,' the iioiiKcrti for rortlaml nu
thoonrly train weie 0. 11. bine, I'nuik
UuKheH.Cnpt. K, 0. Worrlck, Mr. J.
M. Hooker, Mr. uml Mr. .1. W. (iiiiin
ami Jaiiiea Null.
TheliliH'tile Wallle Ikikery Coiiiiiimi.v'n
wagon arriveil In tlem laat ulht anil
wilt liK'tilti womtmhero on the Htieetti,
vhero they will illnpeiiHi hut wnf.
ilm to the huiujry eiowil,
K, A. Fiiinpy, of near llr.vik wan In
iiiucuy lonay aim imi iw nw imp crop
iim ikuuk very liueaml much biwvler than
hint yetir. It reipilren iiImhiI one pouml
of milpbur ptr x of Iiujm tliU wuhiii
owinv! to their ury ilark ureeu wUr.
Will Hkinuur, one of KultMu'n briiihtet
ymmx iiiiihU'Ihiim, rutin mxl (roui Uike
Tauo, I'aliforiiia, where lie luu bail an
migupiiiii'iit with a inmtical iiikvny.
He will return to t'ullfuinla HKHin thin
winter ami louine hie iiuihIcmI Ntuillen.
Hr. C II. Hall lm hhmiiisI u new
C'rt'M-eut cbalnluw bicyele, anil pr'Hw
to iliiiuekticato It fur Iiim own uh. The
ilictor I in la-en known an one of .Si
li'iii'n bniet ciIIhmih (or ! tluwe manv
oum, ami lent wuue Hlamlil 1om faith in
hi Maying uullthM, In now proxii
u ileowitetrntH tlwt hi win btlll ilo
iHuiunw. Thoileotor piwiiImw to wilt.'
ii hUn;ptirlwiifeat titmiii thevllcut
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Deing Transacted at the Court
Tlio report o( A. 8- Autesen, 8. Sun
ilon nnil J. A. Knight, nppralccrH of the
t'Htato of I). F, Hylaml, n minor, has
been filed, filiowlng Hint the minor lia
coming to Iiim from tbo Unitnd Stiites
Kovcrnmcnt a pciiHion of f 10 per mouth,
thu amount iluo being about 200.
I'amito Daviilson has been npitointcil
iiilmlniHtratrlx of the estate of Dr. .John
DavIilBon, ilcceaseil, who illwl liitestutc.
Thu heirn nt law are the widow and a
hoii, John L, IMviilflou.
Tbo dual account of Jacob Ledliiger,
executor of the CHtato of .Mary Ileatty,
dcccaHcd, ImH been filed, and the 2:id
1 1 f 1 1. it flnfrtluir lu tiiit nu lltn ilfltit fit '
hearing the name.
0. U. Ahby nnil wife to J. McSorley,
a mnall tract of land in Yew l'ark, ?-'25,
T. 1', .lack nnil wife to 1'riink Ikirrln
ger, (HI acrcx in thu d 1 c of C. Heara and
wife in t II, h r 'J e, foOO.
C. C. Duvlu nnd wife to Win. K. Hob-
bliiM, lot 10, block 1 1, UlvornMo Addition
to Halem, :i(X),
United HtatoH to .Ins. II. Moore, the h
w ' of ii o . the w of h o I4t noil h
ej of m u i, Hec II, 1 10, h r II cant.
Not So Much Rain Fell as Was Supposed.
Crops All Better 'J han Supposed Soil in
Oood Condition for Next
The mean tciiipcrnturo for the week,
(If! ilegreec, Ih 1 degree higher than for
tlio preceding week of last yean Tlio
maximum tempornturcH ranged (rom C2
degrees to IK) degrecH, nnil tlio minimum
from 10 degreea to 04 ilegreew. Tbo
total rainfall amounts to about ..15 of an
The Nolf-Condon Wedding.
AdHociato JiiHtice It. S. llean accoiii'
fannied by 1 1 Eh noiih, Krueiit, Ormond and
l(olert,nud MrH.Tbompimi,of Thu D.iIIch
and MrH. X. J. Damon n( thin city, went
to Kiigeno today, where they will tumor
row nt tend t lie wedding of MiHH Clara
Condon to Mr. Frederick Nulf, of IVnil
letou. The wedding will take place
lit tbo borne of thu briile'n pareutn,
I'rof. and .MrH. TIioh. Condon, at II
o'clock a. in., and after n wedding
breakfiiHt, the contracting partlcn will
leave for their future home at l'endle
ton on tbo local train, panning through
Kalem ut 'J o'clock. Tlio brldo in the
youngeHt daughter of thin well-known
and highly CHtccmcil Oregon family, and
linn HcorcH of udmlring frieuilH tlirough
out the htntc. Her many Hulein friemlH
will be pleiihed to join in hcnrticHt con
gratiilatioiiH, The groom Ih n young
biiHlneHH man of ICiiHteru Oregon, who
ban a bright future in Htore.
A Rustier. .
Itnlph ('. Clyde, editor ami proprietor
of the Weekly Commnuor, of I'ortlaml,
one of thu hriuhtcut luiruaxiucH of Itn
elann on the I'acllle count, in in the city
and will remain during the Male fair mid
while heie will Ihhuo a Hpcclul llluntratiil
edition. Tlie uuiga.iue ban grown from
a ilimiiiitlve nle to out) of large ilimeii
hIoiih unwell iihoI tbebrlgbteHt ntaudard.
The X. W. X. College of MuhIc and
Art will onui tonight with an Informal
program rendered by the following well
know ii poplin of Dr. I'arvlu: Mm.
llalllel'arrlHh-llingen, MrH. Viola Hol
land, Minn Kllzahcth .lohnnon, Minn
.leannetto Wadnworth, Prof. W. A.
(iiim, Dr. II. C. Kppley, and otlmm,
Kvery one In cordially Invited to come.
A Camera Club Kxlilbll.
Tim Capital City Camera Club meetn
tlilM evening at itn rooum at '.till l.ilicrly
HtriK't lo ariange for making an exhibit
of pictured at the Ktnte fair. All mom
hem and (rleniln iutcronted in art are
ill god to Im preneut. Some meml'rnof
the club have excellent HH'cimeuH of
pbotograpbie art, and ought to give the
public an upixirtuulty to mo them.
Offering Up for Fruit
The Allen Fruit Drying ami Canning
Co., bavii U'cn offering b per ton for'
green prune iieuvoreti to their cannery
ami ipilte a large amount have been on
gaged by their linn. .Many grower are
iMitlollml with the price uttered, and
think they will avoid all trouble of dry
Idg, imcking, etc., by helling given.
We uro Mill wiling i foot, lurge conml
growth wool J2 :'f mr ennl Wi aiv
ugt. (or NewU'rg 1'rei.Msl Fire and Ho
mnn Hruk, wv thu wuk at IbellliliiHi
Club lluildiiig uImi the New Cnnloin
JIouwi, ut l'urilaml. I). t. Hh.sti.uy A
Co., l'hono 8. aiu Front cor. 0u?.
Uy attending our eloping out wile, Ww are doing tj,xnotly na we uilertiM
nod expivt to IlnUb iy January 1, 1WKU W aie olTeitna our entire Mock AT
Our Capes Jackets and Collarettes
Have arrived Mews gooilii wore onluretl three months apt, ami a the
cloth bad been cut wo had to take them. They uiu (lie lbml gmU we eer
Imd they will iKifcaiirilliHHl with the rut. Do nut uiU tliht opportnnily.
There will Ut a hwuII euke walk ut the
dame at Win, lloltiuw'n bop yard,
Thurwlay evening, Ki-lielmtml lu by u
numliernf Salem pmiple. It will bea
genuine cuke walk (or u gniit big iiike,
and will bo a hot nuinlmr. .Nearly all
livery rigdlu town are ulrwuly eugngeil
by iwrtied going to thin dance.
"Ilentiin the inarkuL f ir ciiulIii .mil
colds; for croup It mis no iiiiml."
writer Henry It. hltford, Houtli Cu-
caiin, iMiiu., of Duo Minnie Co
euro. Stones Drug Store
Weather. The mean temperature for
the week, 111 degrecH, Ih .'I degrecH lower
than or the preceding week and 10 de
grees lower than for the corresponding
week of hint year. The maximum tem
peratures ranged from 02 to 1)2 degree,
uml thu minimum from '18 to 04 degrees,
except over the l'lateau region, where,
on thu mornings of tbo Otb and 7th, the
minimum temperature fell to .'1(1 degree,
nnd front fronted in cxioeil plneea. The
frontH wax not Injnrloiin. The total
ruin fall amount to from ,0', to .08 of
Itaiu fell on Monday uml Tuesday, In
nmounl from a trace over in HoutlieuHt
eastern Oregon to about onc-lmlf nu
inch in Umntllla county. SlucoTuCnday
fair and warmer weather bus prevailed.
Temperature, during tbo beat of day
of from 80 to III) degree hnvo occurred
Since Friday. Sunday and today were
tbo warmest day nIiico .tlio latter part
Tbo rain of Monday and TuoHiluy de
layed farm work, but otberwlno they
were not really InJitrloiiH. The grain
wii thoroughly wet, but lnco Sunday
the warm, dry wcuthcrhuH dried nut the
grain Oat are more Injured than wheat,
barley or rye; In individual cane the
lo"H canned by the rain may amount to
10 percent, but taken an a whole the
In!- I practically nothing.
Fall-cown grain Ih practically all cut
and threshing now proceed under the
mont favorable circuniHtaucc. Cutting
of Hpriug grain ha commenced. With
fair weather for two week more the
grain crop will 1h entirely Hccnrcd. He
Kirt indicate that boiiiu of the wheat
ha bleached, other that oat are de
colored, and other the lierry i soft. A
a rule, thin i conllned to limited locall
tie. The fall-xnwii grain ha turned
out fully a well a in former year.
Spring grain I much suoriiir to the
iiiiiul crop, iMitb a regard quantity ami
The llrnl clover crop was cut in June,
and the necouil I now ready to cut and
it i a good a the llrst. lu a few local
I lie the llmt crop was cut in June, a
necond wan cut in AugitMt and a third
w III Ih) cut in Octolier. The hay crop i
much larger than usual.
ltuuge fix h and pasturage for stock
are very good, bclilom is stock In bet
tcr condition than at prot-ont.
Hop picking Is active in all yard.
Mold a I i eu red lu the yards alsnit the
1st and grout damage was (cured during
the ruins; the clisir, warm, dry weather
checked the mold. Thu burrs nru much
larger than usual, nnd the largest bop
crop lu the history ofthostnte is now
Iwlng plckwl. The wouthcr Is idmil (or
bop picking mid the quality of the bops
Is practically tlrsi clus.
1'riine drying will Kigiu within ten
dujH. I'rumvinre rlin'iilng, The crop,
as heretofore uetisl, is small, hut it i
good in quality, tireuter cure will bo
exercised this your in drying mid puck
Ing. Trune dryers aro now being put In
condition for tlio season's run,
The potato crop was greatly benefitted
by the rains, nnd nn immense crop Jh
promised. Corn is making good growth
and It, too, will be a good crop. Gar
den produce of all kinds was near better
Iito peaches aro now coming Into
market Watermelons nnd cantalopos
uro very plentiful. The Uartlett pear
crop has been gathered, Lute pears and
apples nre very good crops.
Sugar beet aro developing rapidly un
der tbo inliuencu of the worm, dry
Plowing and seeding continue. The
soil is in fine condition to be worked.
Ordered to Report.
Captain K. O. Worrick, who has been
conducting a recruiting station in Sa
lem, has been ordered to report nt Van
couver, (or which place be left this
morning. He will organize into a com
puny nil of the recruits tluiB fur enlisted
under him. Cluis. Teats nnd Thomas
Townsend, two reinlisted members of
Company A and K, accompanied Cup
tuin Worrick nnd will go back to the
Philippine under the command of their
New Goods Arriving Daily.
WE ARE RECEIVING IMMENSE LINES OF
Fine Dry Goods, Clotriing, Hats, EXc.
And will sell these goods at the lowest possible prices. '
The sun does not always shine in Oregon, so prepare yourself with one of our
Umbrellas; steel rod umbrellas, with a good cover, as low as 50c. We also have them ii re,v
silk with fancy handles. We bought them direct from the makers, and will guuranrcp
prices lower than any other house in Salem. We have also received a full line of' 0Ur
Rubber Goods, Mackiintoslies, Etc,
BEST quality rubbers fqr CHILDREN " " 25c
BEST QUALIVY RUBBERS, .MISSES' SIZES " " 3cc
LADIES' SIZES " " 50c
Mackintoshes for everybody girls and boys, ladies and gents, full assortment p
Clothing for boys or men. Hats to fit and suit everyone. Our Fall overcoats just n- !?
Trunks and Valices, Blankets. and Comforters.
COME MERE FOR YOUR DRY GOODS AND GET THE BEST OUAI irv nr-
GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. ualiiy OF
PiCTi: USOX-M ILLS At tbo residence
of Mr. nnd Mrs. I). J. Smith, corner of
iiilni nnil Yumiiiii streets, rortlaml,
Or., .Monday, Septemln'r 11, 1!MI,
Miss Anna l'uterson, of l'ortlanil, to
X.C. Mills, of this city.
The contracting parties are one of
Salem's prosperous business men and
one of Portland's bright young women.
Mr. nml Mrs. Mills arrived in tills city
last evening and will nt once proceed to
housekeeping, and will become a er
manent factor, in .Salem's business and
social world. The many friends of the
groom join in thu heartiest congratula
tions (or tlio future happiness nnd wel
fare of himseKiiiiil bride,
LILLIK l'll'KK-On Saturday even
ing,8eptemlerl), lKlKl.nt the home of
.Mr. uml Mrs. S. K. IMht, in South
Snlem. .Miss Com II. Lillie, of I.odi,
Oil., to K. 0. 1'liier, of this city. Hev.
T. V, Iloyul, olllciujing.
( ! A It I)N K 1 1 .1 KKKJM KB A t tlio resi
dence of the olliciatlug clergyman, at
.eiut, I'olk countv, Oregon, .at ft p. in,
Saturday, Septemlier II, 1H1H), .Miss
Abbie Gardner, of North Vukima,
Washington, to Dr. W. I). Jeffries, of
this city, Hev. MeKiuIuy, pastor of
Presbyterian church of Zeua olllclat
MAUTI.W At the homo of S. S. Martin
on Court street, between High nnd
Church streets, Salem, Or,, Monduv,
September 11, 1HIW, ut 11:15 p. in'.,
.lumes S. Martin, aged '22 years, II
months and I'll days, of consumption,
Decencst! wns born nenr Maclcay, and
continuously liveil In Uregou. JjisI
sprint; ho went to Kastorn Oregon (or bis
health remaining in linker City several
months. He returned to Saleu, to the
home o( his uncle, two wceksago, where
bo quietly passed away. His parents
tiled several years ago. He leaves three
sisters, .Mrs. Mattie Plattner, of linker
City, Or; .Mrs. Dora Iluffinin, of
Mencluuu, Or., and Mrs. Amv Hates,
of llutte, Montana.
There will Ih a bbort service nt the
home by Itcv. J. Purcens just I h' fore
noon Witliiesdey, nnd nt V2 o'clock the
funeral concourse will start for Mnclcny,
whero the service will bo conducted by
Hev. J. H. Knrly, nt L' o'clock.
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RACKET.
Cor, Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore,
HEEDS OIVEUA HOUSE
1'ATfON IIH08., Ikpcs iiml JInniiKir".
'k.Sl 's. '.',''i.W,'S-'!JjAjtyLfi
ALL FAIR WEEK,
Monday.Se ilembcr 18
OF THE POPULAR
New llci(Tloii'c of h Plays
MARRIED IN HASTE,
Popular Prices- 10, 20 ami 30c.
Dreyftis, Olis, flgtoldoil
1 lll'HO ! Imn mini nnt ninv.i l..ll....t ..1
... ...... ...v, .,,,,. uunc-ti uiiiiui, mail niiv
other men -in (act their names are on everybody's
lip-. 1 he same npplics lo those nice, sweet, fragrant
uroinatlc Havauu b-"".
La Copona, 10(
None so sweet.
Noiiu so good.
fliey uro oerfectioii.
OR ASS SEEDS
All fresh seeds. No old stock left over.
Get our prices. Lowest in the city.
Brewster & White
THlfi VUUUH AND KlfUID MKN
ul Court st.
II. C. Ilumnhrec. Imls Cotter. Port-
land: J. H. Uivy, Sun rranclscoiC. M.
Hutchinson, I .oh Angeles; Martha
Trney, Mary 11. Tracy, II. S. Prettyman,
Chester V. Dobdi, Portland; Frank
Wood, Chicago ; II. K. I.ounsburv. Port
hind; Wllliuni Curb, Petersburg, 1'u.j
M, (i. Myers, St .loo; Junius 1.. Kullcr,
lloise, lilnho; J. W. llalley, Portluml;
(ieo. K. Ilurtou, Sun Francisce: John
John llurgurd, F. J. Alex, Muyer,
Portluiitl; W. II. Webrung, IlillsUiro;
ti'eo. II, llrlts, Swittle: Oeo. N. .NVoley,
W, F. Allen, Kstolla It. Coulter, Port
land; Clias.VriuIck, wife and daughter,
is Home Without a
Or wife to decorate it uml make it cheer
fill nnd attractive with thu many pretty
things in mantel ornaments, brlc-n-brac,
lamps, decorated china, toilet sets and
vases such as we nro showing in our
bountiful selections In this I hie. Our
, n,.., ui liim-Hi'ry, ciiiua, glassware,
lamps, tea and dinner seta is the linest
to no louiiii this side of Portland.
124 SUto at Telepnono 51
You Are Invited to Attend the
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC
II you desire a thorough Musical (raining with Diploma and
College now in session. Phone 2916. A card
catalogue. Address, Francesco Selev. IV:m
j i ,,!
will hriiiij a
INTER-STATE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Mrs. Effa finders Wilta
What We Keep t Our Shoes I
Looking for Fruit,
K. C. Wanl, of the fruit company ut
Now berg, accompanied by Low is .lunes,
stopiHil nt Snlem todny on their wny to
Niiillieru wrogou, where they eiiKvt to
buy fruit (or that llrni, Thoyexnvt to
Ituy options on a largo amount of fruit
At u boaaur vm'ro pniUgid lo
nk (or unwt iiu.Mhing from the
prt.verbiul mlle to the thresh
ing iiiuchiue, but in one of our
sie then' are limits, and the
limit with us is bie.uli.
Wo do want t" imprmts ou this
Fall with the fuel that wo uiv lit
the htwt of h1iiih to lit you out
ouniivlute: you and your family,
remoniKir, in hIuhis of all kinds,
iiuderwour, rubl-em, mnciutonhes,
cotton blunkcts, umbndliu, Ik
side a sJemlid line ( nieuM
(iiruUhliigs, tic, etc., ami a com
plete Hue of notions of all clawed
including kiU'henweor and small
Wo place esjvelnl emphasis on
shoes for we've workeil up a
splendid trade on the celebrnted
llainilton Drown line o( wurruut
iil goods that always give sutlsfac
tiou. Our men's work shoes,
women's every day shot, mid
cluldrim's school sIuhis nre us
honest good us tlieran lit exist
ence, made, sold, nnd wurruntcd
by the higgont sbo boui-e in the
world. The lluet i-oods, includ
ing knngunx) culf, Uix wil(, colt
skin, dongolu, uud vici, un made
on latest lusts, and ut our .pular
racket priitvs, are IiuikUhI you ut u
big saving. e w nut to show you
OHL-L-IS BROS.S CO.
. -JFIRST DOOR SOUTH OP POSTOPFICG,
ptfTN Pfctiww iU?r ScjdemK'r IClli
s and youiii; men.
isllctine Futhurs lleulthfullv
Mt flnapl fnllpcrp Stotifl
ci m n t i, . i f-- na mtructively livitl. H miles (rvnn
ouiuiu, w iiiiwa iiuui orvmiui , vourivrn uml iiiuHocuu Ueuksim: I'reiarutorv
l.iterHry. Scientitlc. ITuiwual, Normal, lnuuereitil. Si uiai. Cockuh id Math'u
inutlea, SsurvwyiHg, Uruwiug, Civil trvico, French, liwinan, SikinUh, luliu
bhortluiiid. Tvmniritim.'. Tkdecrimhv. Mtuie. A siuv.Ul ..L,. w ..r.vi.i..i f... ....
dents w ho on atvount of (arm liiUir, wish to outer lute in lull uml leavu turli- hi
-prlug. .Acuilemic di-grcen uisl t.vu hers ituto tvrtui. alts uml .tate dipKmius etui,
lerml. Send (or iiUalogue. diln,
llIK l'HKMDKNT Mol NT A.W. II UltlUU. Ml ,llgl On.
TUUAY "a MAKKKT.
1'OIITLANII. Soul. 1'.'. Wheat vnll.n-
111; Wullu Wullu, rSc. for new tt!c. for
Flour l'ortland, f 2.W to a.'J6. Suinir
Huh :.15 Hr Mil. '
Oats-WhltoOe, grev 8S to 41V.
liny Timothy fSigHiptr'tou.
Hops UMIRo; old crop tk-.
Wool-VuTley. I213i: Futern Or-
i-guu. dis i .iionair, zt fcj au,
Millstuff llran, I7: shorts, $18.
1'oultry Chickens, inUe.l.tl.Wto 1.50
Ileus S to 6.W turkeys, live, i:iftU.1l,e,
Kfflt Oregon, 18 to ISt-je nir do.
Hides lireeii.sultrtltiOllxs. SrttV'iin.l...-
,-. ii. . . .i. .. - ."r-:r
w nw, i 'sisn', ; lltYl H)IIS, IftyWc.
Onions I to liic.
Hutter Host dairy, ol)35; fancv
crtumery, -Wc to MV Hr roll, stotv as to
l'otntots 15 to 7lV Hr cuitul.
Hoes Hcuvy dressed Be to tlte
Mutton l)rescd,oV' to 7c imr iiouiid.
IteW-Steers. W.60(3H.tX); cows, 3.00
W:t.&0 dressl, Wot 0 to 1
Ml Urease.!, O&Te.
Wool Itie, Mohair 30c.
tut as to 0e.
1U)- Italed, ohoat uml etover M.0O,
Flour In wholesale Ms 3.00 retail
MilUtuffs bran (15.lV) slwrts ilfi.W
Hog dres.Msl, 5fo.
1.110 raiuo aiconi acow-ix to 3.
Over First Nutionnl llnuk.
ses in Piano Forte playing, Harmony, Theory aiul Class
Studio hours from 1) tola and a to fi,
TWO FIN13 XBW PIANOS I.N STUDIO FOIt
rsiS OF LTIMLS.
L. M. KIRK,
Grain, Hay, Flour, Mill Feed, Building Mntcrial,
nine, ument, nastcr etc,
Grain, Hay and Straw stored
oftbeciy."1'' ""'l l'nr"fMl n,u'"1"" Kiven to the delivery of gy-N to n-n part
Tlie Question Arises
As to whether it isn't Iwtter to p.iv tt
little mim and get sutisfnetory oplit-ul
h"""", !iv ffi-u iiim iiiiMir tiiiiiiiti' At
gluss,s. sKVtacles etc. and guarnutee
them sutisfactory. Then is grwit danger
in wearing iiwir sighted glass unless
t.at.rll. .1.1. ..I II'.. I . ...
,....,-.,,., IW(I, n v nuvc ii now inetiiiKt
and invite all people wenriug such
k.va UH-.IU ii, ai.u nun 01U n .lt,v tlr,
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
318 8TATP STREET.
N.W. NORMAL COLLEGE OFMUSIC AND ART
m ' ' "Y,,N- "oc, Director.
...ii-,,. i, . iiuowv. itiiii'Ii.ii ,,r i,i
Tuesday Afternoon and EveningxSept, 12
Room Mr, I3n.4 v., t.
w rZ iti Is"' .,a,,,l;,-'Hy Invlli-I. Tl
iimrsw ofthis.H-b.-il will lH,Nual t0 tlio luwt in tin
in music ami
tv - t.-i.
nretei vei (i,t.
Hutter Dairy Su ertsimry :
1'oultry Spring cliKlviitM to
A fatUfuHl, wnteutiHl feoling conies
oier u person when all the arrange
ments (or any went are completel.
tt lion you know that you have (ullv
provided that ttl.i.-l, ,.).. ...... :...i
:..,.i o i....:. ..:..., " .i""i
.... v.... TOiiiuj huh, vuowing tlmt .lU
m hieh you expect will come.
.UV l.ttU' k,,L- la mi... ..II l
Tlie last usos opnetl contaiued Indies'
Lai-M, Jackets aud CVllarottw. and the
Jilvw ami iHMintera are tilled with all
VariutitW of drv ertkta nil .J u K1..1. '
l... I i."- .; "7 ""!? "w
ywti vwi.ii nw nun ami v
. . i j,(Rva mai iniuros vour et-
will be Mltl
ting the largest l-osibl uaatity of Uwt
Svh,s 'or the least amount of money.
your msjHvtlon. I
W. II. Hobon,
.My stock awaits
await j-owr coming.
OlinnfiP & Rindnn
I v 1 1 1 vj v i i iiuy vii'
'-&)? Commervial street.
U&UtSL..- ?' ro therefore in a r -
iKiSt. We hv Inn,, f-jr ,, . c i"or :'u,",lor -"an iieretoioro,aiui wim -lMbiu.ta!utaiS...Jv.WiiB
the capital clljr ( a great sutc.
mmdnoiiHM.i.u,i . "' "a""''K lunerals, and we have uierce r
wSFSh .,ar' . fk. ww Imiid the finest vel,lal In lh I'mld Mat
rer Miilt, still it la the Mnei "
, To curt I Grip
n.ir,. .... T
a. hjciauk, K:u'J:pc"u, . iv
i e , ..niiullx invii.. i:
us 1 1 Ural pair, nav
iix-lnt-. t .Kir faeilitiCTi.jm.l when ne-eity rwicrra t '
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