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X JC LACE CURTAINS A, A
Ruffled Muslin Curtains"
For Bedroom Use, S1.25, S2 and $2,5Ct
In White or Ecru, SL25 to SS per pair.
These Curtains give the finishing touches
to the elegant room, $4.50, $5. $8, $12.
M. E. CONFERENCE.
Regular Business transacted, and Ad
dresses Made by Visitors.
Routine Report of the Proceedings Syn
opsis of Rev. J. W. Hamilton's
THIS WEEK AT X
Table Linen and Napkins,
i A P. I T-
" tr IT- A"
Have boon muring In
tnnko this store mi meal sliopp
tIK In") lf" '" UMlono to
this store ii n Ideal shopping
Jxik over tlio Mock
Nothing '"ft" licen "'ft
New Belt and Collar Buckles
f New wash Veils
f New Fur Capes
" New Plaid Golf Cloths
' New silk Umbrellas
j New chiffon Rufflings
7 New blankets and comfort
New ruffled curtains,
for ladles mid
2 for 25c.
"Silver Shirts" k
In fancy filrlHH. New ilark i
Hliiulufl. fn bhiH ptrijM'fl, Itcgulnr J
fi; vtuiiujt uiir jiriLT f i.inr
Place your order now for
your winter suit. We
show 300 samples of "The
Royal Tailors" ,,'oods.
.Wade to order clothes at thc
price of stock garments.
J. J. DALRYMPLE L CO.
Tttfll'.P I P ' l
Will convince you tlmt my prices for
selonllllo work In testing the night mid
ml liiotlnu lino ouiillt v iiiul handsome eye-
glascs unil spectacles to it Iri Ion . I tout
your eyesight free and lit It to tlio proper
lens mm i roosonamo eosi.
A liiinily repair shop In hero to llx up
miy llttlu hurt to your spectacle, while
you wall. Otliur reimlr work ilono us
promptly us,Nsslbto uiiiI ut fair
Twenty Villi KxHirlunro.
Tonight mul 1'ililny fair, Saturday
fair, w armor.
Ice Not Qiven Away.
1 cannot afford to give Ico away, Imt
am selling u puro artlrlo at a price that
in within tliu reach of all.
Ciiyhtai. Icu Wohich.
J. Mugulro, Prop. II lfi tf
KllngcrA Heck, Successors to MouthSalem
All orders for liottlod beer will Iki llllod
At the brewery. Kent on rold Htonie.
Vwi) city ikillvery. Tuliiphouii -l:il.
Ice Very Neatly Olven Away,
Wo can kIvo Ico uwuy, to coiivlnco you
uoino ami hoo now IiIk h chunk you cot
forlllllo money. Our Ico Ih inauufao
turofiom puroillHtlllcd water.
uiniiui ico worKH,
UStr Kmnokk Si Hkuic.
I'oimnn anil PioJuceis.
Not liavhiK room hi our warehoiiHo
ill Salem to hiiiidlu off radtMof Kriiln,
mi han wvuntl hkici In the Wallaci"
wurt'hoiiH), iiirner lllh mid Trade
xtrtM'tH, known iin tliu old iirlciillural
workti, now ummI iih ii public wurolioiiho,
lix-utiMl on Mwltch of S. P. It. It. where
wo will oi'oriile Ntoilui; mid Inning all
claMH of grain, a Ico acting; iih your
aemo in muiiiik uiiuiiin'liautaiiiii uriilu.
In iIoIiik thin, each iiiiiii'm crop will la
ktorwl In micKn and lahleil Hupanitely.
which will enable him to get tliu full
heiiullt of all comiMilltloii and hue IiIh
grain on the market at all timo,
tor farther irtlciilarH call at our of
licit ytK) Oimuiurcial utrwt up htalrn.
A. .M. Ill'MI'IIIIIIY v uo,
II III !lt iKVw I in Salem Oregon,
lt-lu.JJ' I erj.
MAS JtsT OPKNKH lll I'Al.l. MM S 01
FINE BOX PAPERS,
Tablets, School Supplies.
Artists' Ahterials, Etc. Pictuic
Mouldings, Fancy A.Us, Etc.
Mining in Neat Tasty
203 Com'l Street
I "or tsunami
jmy uIImm u
Will U'ar in iiilnd tlmt wo haw n Hi f IMimWirt, Jm
qnlltn. Uc Uurtaliin, Art Itanium. HUiUImwl UwiHin- SUkjt. I
IJnhoUlory tit! that wo mo Milling at WhoIomJtiOaat. Hub'I
.. . ,. ' U-, ... liumi' lit' luiwluv Irttiu ua.
prom w neii yu" t-'"" """,,,""i -v-" -.... -.
That New Dress
You uro lhiukln of huylK fchftuld ly Umuht t . Wo hao tliu koo1.
lining tttVj, v1bU, i t JryUiI;. iiMMwry to Hi ym wit. UVvbaiv-v
y"u no proilt "' ' K1 " "' l,ll!"k um' uffwr )"" ,l,u tilwiHiit
to help um vol out.
Wcdnufxlay evening pension
voted to rrecdinan's Aid and
Prof. I'rance.coScloy opened tlio oxer
elites with an 'organ voluntary.
The entire congregation flung "Amor
Icn." Tho AikidUos' Creed wan read.
Prayer wait offered liy Rev. II Irani
Gould, followed by a rononiive reading
which embraced the following facU:
Tho work of this society is tho cstnlj
llshmcnt and inatntauauro of inxtltu
ttosH of Christian learning among tho
multitudes of jioor coloretl and whlto
pefjple of tho south.
It was organized In August, W.
Oyer (5,000,000 linvo been recelvetl and
oxpvnded by the Hocloty. Over OW.OOO
young men and women liavo Im-oii in its
Students last year numbered OJl.'l, of
these ttVJ wore preparing for tho Chrii
tlan ininistry j nearly 2,0(X) for teaching;
LT-' have liecn graduated In medicine.
Tho Illhle Is u fed in a text book in all
All tho industries aro taught together
with domestic economy and dress
making. Tlioy aro truly patriotic and
soon tho American Hag will Moat over
every whool. Ijist year- tho students
gavo tfi7,:i.pl In tuition anil room rent.
Tho conferences in tho south gno (II,
.'117, besides donations for buildings.
In HI of tho southern states there are,
according to tho last If. H. conxus 1,151,
H5II H.THoiiH ton years of ago mid over
who can neither read nor write,
Tlio audience standing snug the
"Recessional" to tliu tuno "Sweet Hour
Rev. J. W. Hamilton I). I), then de
livered uii eloquent and iiiteriwliugad
dross, a brief outline of which is us
follews: Psalms lll-O verso. "Ho
maketh wars to ceaeo unto tho end of
tho earth; ho hreaketh tho Isiw, and,
cuteth tho sjmrs in sunder; ho burn
etii tho chariot in tho lire."
"War Is a rudo weaisiu ot a rude k.'o
plo and of a rudo ago and will lie dom
Tho history of tho world is couiMtl
tiou Is'twi-cu bruto forces,
Christ was not an evolution but a rev
olution. Ho teaches there shall bono
moro master and slave. His dceclples
aro "to learn war no more."
in war "imgiii makes rigiit, nut war
(Yiisiir settled nothing by his vast
armies and continued wars.
It Is not in tho nature of physical
force tosettlo dllllculties between war
ring minds and hearts,
Tho civil war broke tho shackles from
tho slaves but ilM not settle tho "color
Tho negroes cannot bo o.orted ami
There aro lsirn in tho I'. K. ovcry SI
hours f00 black babies.
Slavery Indncetl a low ostlmiito of
life and. tho urotsest Immoralltv.
Dueling was common ami murder pre
velent mid since tho war there has Iwii
a sirson kllhsl every day of every yours
over lo.tKiu in all,
What else could bo expected when tho
war turned a whole nice into the streets
without etliutatlou or money. It had
U'cn a crluii for a slave to have a Istok
or to loarn to reader write. .Many still
Hsu In the one room oahius, without
lloor, diMrs or windows; 1st or IK foot
ittpiaroaud 18 to 'M (arsons in tho fam-
The grMtt 'minor allty is provident ;
tho couniik shows one seventh of tho
Imputation of the 17 Southern states to
The ipiHstloun will Ihi M'ttlml, hut
ueter liy fiiree. War Is a factor for the
smtUle KittloniMnt, but only by purity,
gmithtuetw, rollnomimt mid Chrhitlau
education can the effivtsof bruto fonv
in this district and 35 church buildings.
One church burned during the year.
Ono pastor, Rev. C.R. Thoburn, died
and several minister's families have
suffered licrcavemcnt. Portland univer
sity has moved into the Portland bos
pltnl presumably to bo nursed back t
health but many think it will die in
spite of medical ald.l
Conference adjourned at 12 m.
At 7:30 p. m. today Rev. M. C. Wire
will deliver an educational sermon.
Tomorrow at 11 a. in. will occur the
election of delegates to Ibo general con
ference which meets In Chicago in .May,
At S! p. nt. lecture ot the church by
Dr. John R. Morris,
At .'1 p. in. anniversary of Wunon's
Home .Missionary society.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF POSTOHPICB,
HITNo JPitnw Kr i&ipkuiU'r 16th.
The urmh4 of lovo and the Christ
spirit to bind up tlw broken mid down
Dr. Ilamllbm thm (mtk a
for the oauso ami lull on the
Rev, John Nannie, pronounced
Tho isinfumiuHi ojkIiiwI at 8:S0 a. m.
with adoMitloiml meothig lol by llisbop
HWmp VliMMut tlion vuo an oxmxtL
Wiry Ifomro oti PhhI's l.ttwr to Tim
othy." HivsIiim mUhi upwind tt:). Mm
uUm of kit wwkm rood, iNirnitisl and
ltov. D. T. Siimmorvillo, prosidlug
older of Asttkml dUtrk'l, load hU roHrt
of the year's work,
Allot tho MiMiutctiu olmrgitri rep-irtitl
In piworoiis uindlllou. TI.e older
prettily roitrots that m much torrilorv u
yet witlHMit churuh prhilogoo. Ouo
witiity twkv tho sUo of Conucticut is
v.-iuiHiaiM lor auiuiteiou to too iui
furouw worovullMl by the buhop wlu
addnsHM.M them fur n few monicnts and
mko.1 them tho usual tliH'iplinary
iUMthm. Tho eaiulldatiM aro t
ltubt. C l-o, K. XtuimuriuAU, Win.
S Uofdunuml MaurliM 1.. llanlinglmm,
who utter xilng a satUfuctory examin
ation wore admitted to full iMiiinvtion
Juhn .Nnglo w ua eouttmiwl un trial
in tho neouml your studios.
1. Jl. Rml. prosldlii); older of Kugvue
ilutrict nuilobU roporl; -'.' vlmugos, nil
Ot title, ol.'lVirtUntl vlMriot, nad
lilsiopo?l. Tweiit) tho uppoiutmvuts
W. L. Hicks, of Silverton, attended
Kntl Itlco tho Knger lllacksmith Is in
to the fair.
,Iaou Ilyars, of Monmouth, is here at
tending the fair.
Miller Thorns of Sidney Millls was a
Salem visitor today.
The Keyt Ilrothcrs of Perrydale were
siiletn visitors today.
J. C. Ooodalo, tho lumbor merchant,
returned to Cohurg today.
Dr. .J. T. Tammlesio, of Hillslxiro,
was a state fair visitor today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Lamliort, of Day
ton were Salem visitors today.
Karncst Cochran of Ankeny Itottom
was in twlay attending the fair.
Mrs. W. Slmeral of tho reform
school attended the fair today.
Miss Oryllllo llallou went to Kngono
Unlay, for u short visit with friends.
Clias llurggraf wont to Albany this
morning to look after his court house
I). Gibson, of Wheeler county, is in
the city and thinks of locating heron
Ismts. Claud Stout, of Monmouth, is driving
the stage in the ab-ence of the regular
IM ChanilKtrsof Jefferson was In the
city today on bushiest and to attend
The Salem mills today pay -ID cents
for new wheat and old wheat ban fallen
to M cents.
Dr. Cornelius, of Portland, Is In the
city, tho guest of J. II, I.unu and family
during tho fair.
A.C. Dilley, formerly City Marshal
of Salem, arrived this morning from his
homo in Itch no, Cal.
Clem I.ewls foreman of the W, II.
Holmes hop yards Is lu mid reiorta that
crop al suit nil wived and the quality
N. M. Newport, the Albany attorney
Is in thu city attending conference as
ono of the representatives of Willamette
Dr. W. K. Carll, of Oregon City, and
a mcmlierof the Slate Medical Hoard,
is lu this city on business mid attending
tho state fair.
John Newell of the llrm of Henry and
Newell of McMlnnville came to Salem
this morning with a hack load of dole
jutes to tho Methodist Conference.
R. W. Powell and Henry Itolxiluc, of
MIhsiou Isittom, were Salem business
visitors today and state that all tho
grain and hops have liven harvested
except on tho Hoot Jones place.
J. I.. Hargrove returned last evening
from his hop van I in Polk county
where the crop has all Iteen secured and
he reports that last year the van!
turned. out Sf.'l Ikixos more hops than this
Mr. Allen mul family, of Woods, who
have boon in the hop yards in the
iioighlHirhood ol Salem picking hops,
have got tbiongh picking and aro lu the
city tixlay. They will stock up with a
supply of provisions from tho earnings
of their outing mid attend the state fail
I hi fore returning homo.
Fine Weather Again, and an Increased
Races Are the Main Attraction, and the
Racetrack the Storm Center
After n day of cloudy, threatening
weather, the sun again came forth" this
morning and smiled utioii the state fair.
The attendance has been butter than
before, with the exception of Salem day.
Thu snake inun's side show was n
minus quantity nnd will probably not
lie opened out again hero.
Tlio Iwst races ot thoweekcamo off
yesterday afternoon and were witneaod
by probably 0,000 people.
Thu first race was the finish of the
2:23 trot which ran over from Tuesday,
and which was Ukcn by Road Boy, us
announced In last nlgt's Jotmvw., In
2:204, Uaby Ruth second.
The 2:24 pace of Tuesday was also
finished in ono heat. Tho eight original
starters hail dwindled down to four,
Starkey, Harnacle, Fcupiioo'o and AN
mora. They came under the wire In
tho order named, Starkey winning the
heat and race in 2:20.
Tho 2:13 pace, lsjst three in five, was
n duet Wtvveen Deceiver nnd Hill l'ra
7ierl driven by Sawyer and l'rye, re
siectlvely. 1'ruzicr took the first heat,
but Deceiver got the next three. Time,
2:17, 2:18 ami 2:20.
In the 2:15 trot, three stralgl t heats
decided the race. The summary is:
Helen J. Pender 2 3 2
Meteor (Miller) 3 2 3
Alameda (Haumstock) 1 1 1
Time 2:111, 2:17, 2:10.
There were six starters in tho 14
mile ilnh, tho Solum Derby; there were
six starters, Granger, Neptune, Murk
Hauna, Tourist, SchinU and Odd Kyc.
Granger won tho race in 2:10'4', Odd
Kyos second, Schintr. third.
Tho Portland Quint team rode a mile
in 1:57, and Rlodget a quarter of a mile
in 28 seconds, both failing to reduce
Albert Shaw made a record by riding
a quarter of a mile lu 12)4 secomN with
thu front wheel of his bike in the air.
For today's track events the entries
2:20 pace, 3 lu f, nurse $350 Smith's
"Itoy.SV'brg by Del Norto; Hackle
mans 'John A Crawford," b s, bv
CoueriPAluno; M S Ro-e's "Carrie S" b
m, hy Altamont.
2:28 trotting, 3 in 5, puree $300
Schradur's "Add Ham." by Adirondack,
baton's "Road Hoy," li g, by Rosemon;
Williams' "llirdlo Williams hr in, bv
Meredith ; Norton's "Phil X," b g, by
Homier X It.
6 milo running, selling purse 150
Howl's 'Tennessee Maid." r m, by Imp
St Simeon ; Agnew's "Al." Ii g, by AN
faro; Thomas A Parker's" I jtdy HefoNe,'
h in, by Ren All.
Tho program at tho pavilion include"
the usual concert by Parsons' orchestra
and thu Shields company will give:
Illustrated story, "A Kittle Shoo."
Helen 1-niunr: illustrated eong, "My
.Mary Dour," Chits. II. Whiting: illus
trutcd talk, "Klondike,' inward
New Goods Arriving Daily
WE ARE RECEIVING lAtAtENSE LINES OF
Fine Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Etc.,
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 new
Umbrellas; steel rod umbrellas, with a good cover, as low as 50c. We also have them in fin
silk with fancy handles. We bought them direct from the makers, and will guarantee o i
prices lower than any other house in Salem. We have also received a full line of
Rubber Goods, IVI a ck:in tosn.es, Etc,
BEST QUALITY RUBBERS FQR CHILDREN " " 25c
BEST QUAL1VY RUBBERS, .MISSES' SIZES " " 35c
LADIES' SIZES " " SO
Mackintoshes for everybody girls and boys, ladies and genls, full assortment
Clothing for bovs or men. Mats to tit and suit everyone. Our Fall overcoats just ai
Trunks and Valices, Blankets and Comforters
BEST QUALITY CF
COME HERE FOR
YOUR DRY GOODS AND GET THE
GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
Cor. Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore.
REEDS OPERA JIOlTSJ3
1'ATION IIU08 , lco anil Miuisgtrs.
Three more Performances
Of the Popular X X X
C Tonight C
Matinee X, 2C
'''Attn, -i t n iri'4 r Tvt rty rs rrr.', ,-
Thery never has lwen a cigar placed on nnv
market Hint luisuiven tliounlvers.il Mtiefac
tiou that those nice, sweet, fragrant, aromatic
Si La Corona,
are giving to tlio fastidious smoker. Thev
are pure, that's sure. All dealers sell them'.
After the Fair is Over
on should begin the year's work in AtUSIC, ;iik
sue it earnestly.
For the highest MUSICAL DEVELOPEMENP.
is no school as good as
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.
Address, Francesco Seley, Dean, Salem. Ore.
l'oiiilar Prices -10. 3 ami 30c
Tho iHslding and other gmvls In the
Howe rosldonco, which were used dur
ing the stuv there of tho little girl
atllictcd with diptbnria, were onlcretl
burned by the ihiiiiicII. ltei-onler Judah,
lluding it dilllcult to get any ouo to do
the work, thN morning took off his coat
mal tackled the Job hliiieoll. HocUHiiutl
up all tho Irtish around tho promises,
and then rlually soouriug help, the stuff
was taken over to tho island and
Chair of Katln and Orcek IMln),
Prof. W. P, Drew, of Omaha, has
IhiiucIiomiii tollll the chair ol Initio
and (IrtH'k in Willamette university.
Professor ami Mrs. Drew aro oxpcctoil
toarrlvo in Salem some time this week.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Uuslnesj Ueing Transacted at the Court
Mrs, II, 'Jacobs to Uiuis N. TIiUnsIo,
.02, of an acre stnnowhuro lu Marlon
Card of Thanks.
The undersigned wish to thank their
friends ami nuighlsirs, and also tho hos
pital Htaff, ltov. 1'athor D.dy ami the
friends in St. Joecph's church for their
many kindnesses, Hrouul nselstuucc
ami sincere sympathy in our recent lv
reavement. lay their hearts never bo
jkiIihiI as have Ikhiii ours lu the (Hist two
1 1 ays.
A I'u. IIuckb.sstui.v ami Family.
Wo are still eellim; 1 foot, large second
growth wood f2.2S er cord Wo are
ugt. for New berg Preseed Fire and Ro
man llrick, see tho work at thellllhee
C lull Hullilingaleo the New Custom
UoiiM1, at i'ortlaml. U.S. IIknti.iiy iv
Co., Phono HO. Hill Front cor. Clio,
Judge Terrell revolved a telephone
mossogofnim Kditor Ikiuuettof Stayton,
tliis'iuo.'uiiig to the uffect that the
bridge rfonss the Suiitiaui at that viut
isgiviug way and is in unsafe ooiMlltiou.
Judge Terrell ontontl the bridge olotcd
and notilUtd tho county court o( Uuu
county, this being a joint bridge. It
was built nlsmt 10 years ago ami cost
A Polk county farmer added to the
expenses of his drunk by contributing a
minimum lino to tho city treasury. An
other drunk was limited, as ho was
suffering from an Inordinate deoiro to
got into the hopyurds.
NamM of Jurors to Serve foi the October
Following is the lit of jurors drawn to
serve at the Octolwr term of tho state
circuit court for Marino county, Oourt
will convene at ! o'clock on Monday, Oc
noorgo uusuor, i.. siiverton, mer
chant. John A. Welti, Jefferson, farmer. .
A. K. Aek, Howell, dinner.
II. II. Humphreys, Sublimity, farmer.
A. It. Fiuley, Prowct, farmer.
II. II. (limner, K. Salem, farmer.
John Murray, Rutleville, farmer.
A. Klein, Salem No. I, merchant.
J. II. I.unu, Salem No. 2, merchant.
W. S. Mitchell, Mibltniity, farmer.
Rent Tinglesteiid, W. Silverton, farm
Theo. Xolf, Knglcwood, merchant.
J. C. Mills, Kitglewood, farmer.
.M.J. kjchu. Drools, larmer.
W. M. Cher. Ington, tiulein No. 2, phi
twmphsr. J. II. Kots, Howoll, inerclmnt.
M. ltonjamtu, (.tenuis, farmer.
P. P. (ioulet, Uro.iks, farmer.
W. M. Sieguiund, Yew Park, black
smith. S. II. Starrett, V.. Siiverton, farmer.
J. M. Kekow, Mehama, eariouter.
W. S. I. afore, Turner, farmer.
Jos. Ooodmuu, (Servals, merchant,
A. W. liroiKor, Yew ltrk, farmer,
C. A. DimuhiMU, (iarrleltl, farmer.
It. C. Halley, Yew Park, farmer.
John (lirunliii, Turner, farmer.
Warren Hmmous, Howoll, farmer.
T. 1- (iolden, Suliu No. :t, farmer.
K. S. Winters, PriMpeet, merehant.
Joliu (i. Van Wagner, Prt-peet. U I Hir
INTER-STATE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Mrs. Effa finders Willman
Over l'iist National Hank.
Classes in Piano Forte playing, 1 larmony, Theory ami Class
Studio hours from I) to 12 and 2 ton,
TWO FIX 13 XKW" 1'IAXOS IX STI'nm
L. M. KIRK
54.50, fi 58
On thitro uungn we uro uxeu ior(
.Hi with the values and priciM that
iiumii a Wt to the eo refill, imnilual
imrvhaeer. Ihimilton llrown's ecluwl
bluios, worVlngmon's elu-its, women'
ovi'oday sIhhvs, and then full linos of
the dre-wy IMugoU. KanjBirx, Rtx
Calf, CJt Sskin and Ytei. Our new
line ofl-adms' SIhkm 1h the late too,
n turn ami welts, all prices, arv
vsIvim Uiat they can't g't away from.
I I'ndorwear for chiklrvn. fnun liv-
Kormeut up, kibe' Fttvivd Vet.
Roup; men's extra heavy Mat Pkvc
tsl gtskls, IfK', an I other splendid "lies
mk: .MAOkiuiivinos lor men, woiueu
and children at our jxipular inv.
lioo.1 Uisids from liest maker Cot
ton blankeU in white, tan and gruv.
all gmdos mi tlieeo we eavt j(hi
money. Come in and mh o. arv
iirctvired to wait on v.hi. when ,ui
only want to took. You'll Imiv mum
time, ami we will iM or lare, u
Dieyfus Is Free
Tono wWro It 4eetts; and you are
(rvo to Hilw't ami pay for a winter supply
ut the UM of groceries and vrov isioos
from IUlvnsos k Rh.vn.
Grain, Hay, Flour, Mill Feed, Building Material.
Lime, Cment, Plaster etc,
Grain, Hay and Straw stored
to the delivery of giMls to an it
Prompt mid careful attention given
of the city.
OLINGER ana RIGDON
Undertakers and Embalmcrs.
Wo wieii to announce to the general public that we have pitrchiiec I ti mt
o egant and magnillcant funeral ear, of latest design, and aro therefor.- in i i-.-tiou
to handle funerals lu a much better manner than heretofore, and will. i. -s-
ir.Vi'i u. Z. '.'"f "nv VU tlmt Stt,e,H!' 'T.',"-' ,i,w rapllnl i-Uv ffagni.eute.
should Ik up to date in the manner of handling funerals, and we have II.. r...h
siMred no oxikmiso lu purehus ng the our. It was built by the James Cum. utlam
Wh'il Tr.-T' ,N,? "'k. lw ImiIIsI tli flnwt vehlelos' in the Cnit.-I Mate,
shi ! ted to o ! ii ,,'t Iiisio funeral cur over built, still it is the m -t. . r
Wo eordiallv invite nil in iiiiui itnr r,i.,iitii.w i .. i :...
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.,i i.n ,..n-,ii Hl,llil'
OKINCJIIR A RlnlMiN
H.W. NORMAL COLLEGE OFMUSIC AND AHF
.. M Puimv Mns. He, lluiitor.
Mils. J. X. ItKt.WN. Prim it nl i.r An.
Tuesday Afternoon and Evcningfcpt,
Studie: Room No. 7. Pntton Block,
the musk- and art-loving laiblu- cordiullv inviiwl. The niiieie an I
art eures tl.is echil will lw ,,wl to tin. Iielt ,i, the NurUiw! "f
Kill Two birds With One Stone.
While taking a holitbty to attend the
"Fair"iieea Kirt itf the time to visit
llt.Ueon'silry giKsle eUiro. The pn jiiet
or and clerk will Iw glad to hm vuii
they enjoy showing the tiue isomU. 'The
wetither will whui Ui eooi, eeleit anew
ipo or jacket for your wife ami daugh
The Wvys unlet lv cketltwl lor echool
this i your oiHtuuit' to get theiu a
iiow suit, lit ami iirioo tcuarautnl
ladies, ask o see tint Co reel lWIt Wrap
jiers, Mimetliing uew. A full liue of drv
got Is lollit fur cmdIi to be oki for
onh at priee to give uitiictlou.
W. 11. HONM.N
20- Couimerviul tret.
a Racket Prices x
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
All tho bites. Utinns in fall attd wiuter
Multmary chh W IouimI ut Mw K.
Stuith's, Stato Hiet. 8 17-t
Reform School Supplies.
a $itoM, iix
& V I
School Time Here
Ami tlio mutter nm.1 proving is to lutve
thoi'hiklriio'se)eight ttte.i, a uoeite
llv before ktmlMti are uttuVrtaLan or ru.
law how rtMtty to receive proiHeala I swweu. .May save ineniivonieta-e, kk
for suiMilhM to Ih furumlwit tlut
I stale rofofui echool tor the ouarter
ing IWtMuoerSl, 1SW. A list of the sup-
IHitHwniiiwi win no lurntaiuMi on appli
cation. 11. K. It.. KIRS.
dleiu Or Sept islsiw is it
dcm. worry or eventual Iuni of sk-l.i Kt
uwiiutiuMs free of eltarg?, glats advie.!
only when iuxlwl.
llring in your Us and girls ourly for
exauitimtH.ii and trf.Mtiuut if necteary.
HERMAN W. BARR S. O.,
1P state Mnvi.
Good Home Made BreaJ
b MHuething tlmt eervoneoniiv o''
the bread iiMile from .viir ii.U.1 Ui.-i -ui--
jwkirfmiiily fimir gives result- Hat '"
wwiimiHty paiato will rolin. ' lr;
nutritious linds, delicious eakee
juetrr w what vou aro rewurUl i"
when you il-eour (iold Diut Hur. We
have tlie finust teas, enffeos, HiMir
spJew, jmre and unailiiltorate.1. i- !
fouthl In Salem.
K4 Sut at Taiepboo $1