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PERSONAL AND LOCAL
The most complete in the valley.
Mottoi Not the most, but the best for your money.
:i7 CO-MMHHCIAL STHHIST.
We are headquarters for X
For Skirts. Waists, Children's
Dresses, Golf Capes, etc, X
Plain and Rough effects in all
the latest colorings
J, J. DALRYMPLE L CO.
Ice Not Olven Away.
I cannot nflonl to give leu nway, Imt
am selling it pure article nt it prlcu that
ih within tins reach of nil,
ClIVHTAI. ItK WoilKH.
J. Mugiilro, Prop, it in tf
A Lecture on the Eyes
would reach Uuixo whomHiycslght im do
Iivtlvo or fulling that no unit mIumiIiI wear
glusucs 1 1 nit Ihih'iiI Ihoii proorry nnil
specially Illicit to llu eyon. I will ox
niiilni) your oyislght with thoroiighnoBti
ami nklll, iiml ulio them relief immedi
ately by lilting iho eyes with tint lluost
trench crystal Inures In tlii'lnwt mount
ing nt rciiMinuhle charges.
I inn HMi'iully prepared fortoktingiiud
lifting with gliutM for children' eye.
Twenty Yiiiw KxKiriiiiK't.
Ulll UOMMICHOIAL fcT.
Tonight iiml Friday fiilr.
KllngerA Heck,8uccesors to HouthSalem
All onliirH for bottled beur will lo lllliil
.it tlm lircwnry. Kunt on cold storage.
Fno city tlulivury. Telephone SUM.
Ico Very Neatly aiven Away,
Wo can lvo Ico uwuy, to convince yuu
comu and ico how lilg u chunk you get
for llttlo innnoy. Our leu In iniiiiiifnc
turu from juiro (llHtllletl water.
Cunltol leu WorkH,
-Stf Kl.lNUKII Si IlltC'IC.
(I rout events iliunuud ii Hiicrllleo. The
fiitnuimiils luno been killed to enable
im to servo our nations with Hrst-dims
foiKl. Tii ii Wo.NOKit Itiwr.um.v.Nt.
lion you put up ut tint Old Pout Olllco
stable. otir loam In well led mill
groomed mid If you need ii rig you gul
Im tlnimniliMl on nullum A
Uluppcd to Poitlanil,
J. Ponder hipcd six nice hurst to
Portland thin morning, which have
Ik'iiii ut the state fntr
Frank S. Dearborn's
Book Store, 263 Commercial st.
Uulers, Book Cover and Bletter: given to all children buy
ing supplies of me.
When You Want a Corset
Hemeiubor wo havo a full lino of It. A 0. ninl kbl AUliu ewwln nu hand tlmt
w are Hilling ut w-t to us. Thwo ro no bUsr hoU mlo, uml mine Iiml
llftHittur tvo tlioni a trial.
Our Capes, Jackets and
An iKiIlliHf ft H you imwJ any t tlmo you will iiiLh ii gmul tlitittr If you
Ii! i not buy It of tin, wo nr oiklng yon no pioflt, on wwil iocl iUwn out
See Our Dress Goods and
Wo nro MlHng wwuUlmliPWl funiWli! tU wlwt wo jaU (ar tlmm.
W. II. Clark, ol Turner, wan a Salem
Cliaa, Qlven of Macleay was a Salem
JJ. II. Spero of Auinavillo was a Salem
Toshtin Lindsay, of Turner, was In
the city today.
Henry Kcunn, of the U'atdo hills, was
In Salem today.
K. Gilllnm, drove a load of pa-xenfcers
tj Nowburi; tolay.
K. W. McConii, of Marlon, was a Sa
lem visitor today.
Dr. .1. W. Hansom, of Turner, was a
Salem visitor today.
Cait. .1. M. I'oorman, of WiKHlhurn,
was In the city today.
T. M. llarr went to Portland this
nftcrnoou on husluess.
.Mrs. M. A. Davis, cnuie up from
Portland this morning.
Phillip I'lsher of Clymcr, was In Sa
lem today on business.
K. !". Kvans, of Woodhurn, was a Sa
lem business visitor today.
Fred Senders, shipped n largo lot of
hides to Portland this morning.
!'. T. Lldlwrg, of Astoria, Is visiting
the Capital City taking In the sights.
Nick J. Hans lias gone forn three
weeks' trip In the Atlin mining regi in.
Mrs. A. N. Husband MissSalliu Hush,
was n Jefferson visitor today between
Mrs. It. II, Coshow, went to Hrowns-
.villi) today to visit her mother, who is
MIssMlunio Hell King, of Clymcr Is
visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. W.
Miss Margaret CosH'r went to Hub
bard today for ii short visit at the llov
Miss (lahrlello Clark, S.ilcm's bright
young lady attorney, went to Portland
Miss C. Hallur, returned to Dallas for
a short visit at home. Sim lias been
working in Salem.
Arno (1, (!, CroH.-mn, of KoshII, Or., Is
visiting nt the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. It. A. Crimean.
Win. lladley left for Portland this
mornldg, hag and baggage, where be
III reside in the future.
It. I'!, Jones, of Jones Clark, of
Morningslde, was in today to procured
lot of the ruins of the mill.
Captain Sullivan and wife of tlm 0. It.
it N, Co,, ciiiiio Ut in theltuth lastevcu
lug returning tills morning.
Miss Carrie Matlouk, of Kugeue, who
has been visiting Salem friends, rcturu-
el home on last night's overland.
Associate Justcco It. S. I lean returned
this afteruoen from a visit at the home
of bis mother ut Mapleton, on I he Slus
law. Miss Kvelyu Newman, who has been
the guest of the .MInhcs Hlrseh, in tills
city, bus returned to her home In Port
II. Paige, of Maelitiy, was hi town to-
day. Mr. Paige is a recent settler in
MiicIikiv precinct, coming fiom Slab
Mrs. It. Prael returned this afternoon
to Portland, after u weeks' visit at the
homo of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wer
Mrs. I), CarHinter, M. 0. I), Carpen
ter, l.urclla Diiuuiels, mid I'aniile and
Mrs. Carpenter, nil of Silveilon, came
to town today to trade,
(I, W, Kpler, of Marion, was in the
city today. Ilo reports threshing about
lliibhod in that region, and says that
very little or no damage was done to
Mrs. Mary Lewis and children and
Miss Maud Utin, who have been
visiting the family of Attorney W. II.
Holme, .returned to their home in
Wareo county this morning.
Attornty.Oenenil and Mrs, l. It. N.
Illackburn went to UrowiiHvllle on last
uigut Hoverlauil train, lu rosiHiuco ton
moMige announcing the serious II I nee
of the hitter's mother, Mrs, IjiuIsii
Walter .lory, Win. Jury, J. W. Jury
iiiulJaiuiM CIgiu returned from Oregon
City on bint night's overland, where
they hud Iwon us witmwo in a land
contest onto, in the Oregon City laud
Mr. mid Mrs. .1. J. Hucbheltaud imith
erof.Mt. Angel was In Salem Imluy on
lMllnet. And to visit at the home of
K. J. Ikirr. Mrs. J. Iluohbolt will vis It
some time with her daughter Mrs
They Will Not Open in Salem Until
The Highland School Probably Vill be
Continued as Uelorft.
The lwanl of directors of Salem dis
trict held a special meeting last owning
and the opening of the city schoools was
postHncd for a week, until Oct. Otb.
This action was taken on account of
the HinnllK)x scare. Thodircctors wish
that all the children may be vaccinated,
although this has not been made com
C. II. Presnall wns authorized to offer
to the owners of tho Polytechnic build
ing lu Highland, $ 100 for the use of one
room in that building for. the school
year, and It the reply is favorable the
school there will he continued.
Two bills were ordered paid by war
rant as follews: It. K. Moores, printing
school supplies, 32.:i; Jones it Mooree,
painting and kalsomlning the inside of
Little Central kIiooI building, fo().
ADMIRAL'S SALUTE FIRBD.
AnJ the Oun Hurried Dick Out of the
Many Salem jicoplo will bo siirprbed
to learn that tho admiral's salute in
honor of thu landing of Admiral Dewey,
who lias not landed yet, was fired at
noon tislay, near tho S. P. passengir
Tho l-s)und brass Held piece which
was used was taken from Hie S. P.
freight dejiot this morning, mounted on
its carriage, and hauled out near the pat-
senger depot where Captain Strain of
Buttery B loaded and tired seventeen
times with startling rapidity, after
which the cannon was jerked back to
the freight depot without unnecessary
Heavy Steamer Travel.
(I. M. Powers has Just furnished
trausHirtatlon for u largo number of
people (filing to San rrunclseo via
steamer, among them lielng Mrs. D.
(). Buckley mid daughter, who left this
morning, and Mrs. J. B. Case and sis
ter, Mlsn Pearl Baker, who will lento
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Being Transacted at the Court
In tho matter of the estate of John H.
DeOobin, deceased, Judge Terrell has
allowed Llzzette DcGobin, tho widow of
the deceased, $2." per month for onu
year from October 28, 1803, to bo paid to
her by the administrator from out of
the first moneys coming into his hands
on account of tho estate.
In the matter of tho estate of F. J.
llalioock, deceased. Mrs. Ida M. Bab
cock, thu administratrix, has filed her
amended Until occount, showing total
disbursements amounting to f 1,217.08,
and a cash balance on hand offrtlO.58.
Matilda M. Kirk to l'etcr P. Kirk,
the"I)eloniu" place in thu town of St.
Paul, w d, tfiOO.
James W. .lory and wife to John M.
Blgler, lot No. 5, In block No. .'11, In Ox
ford addition to Salem, w d, fOOO.
Ueef Famine Prophiscd.
J. McCarty, a II lllsboro cattle dealer,
who was In Portland yesterday, looks
for great scarcity of beef in the north
west this winter, as farmers 'and stock
men have sold their cuttlo down r) low
tlmt very little lecf has been left. The
demand for stock cattle to replenish the
ranges of Montana, has been so great
that Oregon cattlemen have left their
own ranges hare of stock in many in
stances. Thu high price paid for veal,
8 cents a pound, has also tempted farm
ers to ilisioo of their heifer calves. A
two-mouths-old calf will dress 100
pounds nml $8 is considered ti big
price, and so farmers have sold calves as
well us yearlings and Il-year-old heifers,
without considering thu scarcity to re
sult in thu years to come. "Oregon lias
to feed not only Portland," ho said,
"hut the cities on Pngct sound and the
great mining region recently developed
in Alaska, I think nothing can prevent
u licet lamlnu in the northwest tills
We have them from $4 up, Our special is a good ser
viceable suit for $5 gives universal satisfaction In boys'
and childrens clothing we carry an immense line from
the cheapest to the best
Our fall stock is now complete Fine lines of dry goods
at lowest prices, Steelrod umbrellas, elegant lines, from
50c, up Rubbers, mackintoshes, trunks and valises
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RMET,
Cor. Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore
An Orchard Freak.
An apple tree In the orcliasd of Tom
Itutherford, at Marlon Is lu full bloom,
P'exentii.g an apearauco us beautiful iin
in spring hloHfoniliig pcuson.
MOVING 'I RAIN.
Ilv ' niM'Inleil !- lu Hi Jiiuriinl,
Oiikiiov Cirv, Sept. 28. Claude Will
lams, u young man formerly in the em
ploy of the Crown pajKir mills, aged
about 'Jo, was found dead under the
railroad bridge at New Km Wednesday
iiioiulug, having evidently fallen from
the blind buggiigeof the overland train,
On Friday he secured truusporatlon
from an employment agent lu Portland,
with the Intention of working on the
Mohawk brunch line of the Southern
Paclllc. As the ticket was good only for
Monday, be remarked before lo.inling
the train lust night that he would work
bis way to Kugeue. 1 1 In neck was
broken mid face ludlv disfigured bv the
The coroner's jury returned a verdict.
of accidental death by falling from a
mining train. The deceased came from
North Carolina, and has a brother here.
In bis NKiket was found an old life In
surance olioy for 1 1500, lu favor of bis
Important Land Case,
An Itiiixtrtiiiit lauil-eoutest casu has
just been tried before the United States
land olllce at Oregon City, by Hecelver
William Oulloway and Kcgistor C. II.
Moores. Thu statu is contestant against
one Sabage, and is endeavoring to pro
tect title to -10 acres of valuable laud ly
ing next to thu corporate limits of Sa
lem, which was sold a number ago to
one .lory. K. F. Cowing, attorney for
coutestee, contends that thu records
don't show that the land was properly
Helectod. It seems thu interior depart
ment allowed Sabagu to tile u hoincxtcud
entry on tlm land, after It was already
supposed to have been sold to .lory.
Now the statu intervenes in liehalf of
.lory, (ieneral Odell was the state's
TUB OIIKAT SUNSATION.
The I'cteiliiB Out of a Wondeiful Mys
tery. A slated in Tun .locus u. hmi night,
the iilsipimiiu) of 0. II. llluohanl,
turns out to !m0 m a .-.nnn.li- In.
.toed of u tragedy. The man Is lu Dul
Ills, lliaiill illllv Milmr. mul lm urllluii
to Chief of PoHco lillwon iiiiuirlng after
ins nog mm uuiiikci.
L M. (illlKirt, who bus uluirgo of the
boarding house portion of the Paeille
Uulyrtty,hpKHl hU ImiimlHtM effects
IliU morning via stuuur. Mr. OllUirlV
wife U thro now . lie will lulu bur In
th nwir future.
The New York Backet has a full stwk
iu all thu Hues of goods usually carried
by them, and are able to suiuify allium!
anything required iu the way of cloth
nig, ksii wear iu ixhks,siioos or runners,
oil coat coats, macintoshes, duck coats,
overalls, odd pants, hats, cans, under
wear, towels, liiiukerrblefs, collars, ties,
shirts iu all styles, gloves, suspenders,
satchels, bice curtains, lied Mpreads.
laces, riblHius, hosiery and etc. Cull and
Thu proprietors of the Salem lunch
counters and restaurants hae lieeu
considering the advisability of raising
the price of nieuls, on account of the
rise In the price of mippllos, and a num
ber of them have Dually come to an un
derstanding by which regular iiuxils and
some scciui oruers will lie marked up
Vaccination at I be Pen,
Siiierinteudent Leo of the state pen
itentiary Imforms Tin: Jonis.u. that, as
soon us the small kix i-oemed lie hie to
make a raid on Salem, all of the prison
ers wero vaccinated except thorn who
had been elllciently vaccinated before.
ThonumlKir so treated was 208, and
they hao all been doing well.
PoiiTMNi). Sept. 28. Wheat valley
(10c to 01 ; Walla Wulla.oSc. to 50 for new
01 for old.
Flour Portland, $11.00 to 3.23. Super
flnu $2.15 per bbl.
Oat Whito .'WOJlfio, grey .'!0 to !18c.
Hay Timothy 8Q$0.25 ier tun.
Hops llH!c; old crop Oc.
Wool ViiTlev. 12i:ic: Kastern Or
egon, 8 Mohair, 27 .'10.
MillKtuff Bran, $17; shorts, $18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $1.00 to 5.00
Hens 5 to 11.00, turkeys, live, 12Ji:ie.
Kggs Oregon, 20 to 21c per do..
(10 Uh, 7J(i8,'4; sheep pelts, 1520c.
Onions 1 to H4e.
Butter Best dairy, .10035; fancy
creamery, 15c to 50c pur roll, store 22 to
Potatoes 50 to 75c per cental.
Hogs Heavy dresmil (lo to (lc
Mutton Dressed,(l)(jc to 7c jier pound.
Beef Steers. $3.50(3$ LOO; cows, $3.00
$3.50 dresseil, beef tl to 7'f
Veal dressed, 7'tf8'c.
Wheat 58 poumls and over 10c.
Wool 10c, Mohair 30c.
Hurler -15 to 55e.
Hay Baled, cheat and clover $0.00.
Kggs 18 to 20c
Flour In wholesale lots $3.00 retal
MillHtuffs-bran $13.00 shorts $15.00
Hogs dressed, BJ(Je.
I.lvo cattle Steers 3'Ycows2).f to 3.
Dressed Veal lljc.
Butter Dairy 20o creamery 2.V.
Poultry Spring cliiukeuhO lo 10c.
Ileus 8 cents.
I La Corona,
Cool, Sweet and
They arc Pure, h
That's Surd S
ft. H0CKEN5TEIN, Propr.
COLO AN. To the wife of J. II. Colgou,
on the slough road, Sept. ift) an eleven
pound girl. .Mother and child doing
If you contemplate buying
anything in the line of
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper,
Linoleum, Oilcloth or Carpets,
You should call and see our
Goods and gel our prices.
F. W. Hollis & Company
First Door North of Postofficc.
At the O, A. C.
Times: Mr. and
BCItKIIOI.DKlTHKKD.-In the Ma
rion county court Iioiihi, ShIoiii, Ore
gon, Wednesday, September 7, I Ml! I,
Miss Annie lliirkliolder to ltobcil L.
Iteiil, County, Judge (i. P. Teriell
WALLACK. At the faniily home in
lruillanil, Tueibir night, feptembcr
20, M, tlm 2-luonths old child of
Mr. mid Mrs. John Wallace.
Funeral cervices will Iki held at the
house this afternoon and burial will
take place nt Maclooy.
We have just received the
Largest single shipment of
liy AiH'luli-il l-rraa lu lite Journal. I u,,,,,!!,,.,, icl, ....-..!... m ...
. ...... .,., , r, ..t.vi.l, fiutu in umii ..inn-
.uiimimowN, limn., .-.opt. . llio ,l,iv toiirriuiKofor iininiii.l.ill..ii f..r
. .. ...... I - r-
their son, who bus become u student at
athletic iisxiH'iutlou uf the Middletowu
high school has pusHcd a resolution that
no morefisit Isilt games shall Ihi played
this season, (lames already canceled.
This notion is due to the death of
Thomas Kelly, a member of the foot
Uill team, who diet I at Merideu hospital
front Injuries received iu u giinio Sutur
O .A. tsi 2? O 3. . X A .
d j th ,j Hw KMrf Yi liw Unn Bia
Ble"Uw A s-ff
the O. A. O. College.
Ida Arlington was brought to the asy
lum from Portland last night. Mrs.
D.iharty, matron of thu Multnomah
county jail, brought the (xiticut,
-- - T "
Brought to the Pen.
Ah Kee, ti Chinaman, wui brought to
the HMiitentiury for u term of thne
ywirs for larceny from it dwelling.
J. F. ThoiniwHin, Dr. A. Meygarelii,
Henry biug, It. I.Im-u, W. B. Honey
inun.T.T. Mrain, J. W. Streit, I'orl
laud; J. I). Fuller, M. L Iteyiiolds, J.
M. Uiiik, Mrs. J. M. Umg, Frank L.
Hunter, Sun l'nineli-co ; Miss Davis, II.
J. Hopkins, Allmuy; J. II. DonaldHiu,
FOOIiHHin, MeMiniilllo; Clins Haw
kins, Twin; D t! Terry, Crawfenlsvllle,
Ever brouirlit to Salem.
They are the celebrated
WILSON AIR- TIGHT HEATERS.
The latost pattern of the best
Air Tight Heater in the Market.
OJILJOIS BROS.S OO.
' FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF POSTOFFICU,
SAI PM. ORHGONi I Oiu- M. I'flwvra luw riroiui a full
., .. lL.n, II.--. or anilhio -W I ,,,n",,'',, "rK1 l,lW ",,,l,l ''''"I
Ww nr lu tlm Uhirkut for all ijMbu ol
gniln. Cll at our ullUv, StH) Commor-
A. M. IIUUrllUKY A Oo.
Scouring the Couutiy,
The Salwii hep bii) em are vor buv
miw-ailayn looking up bop Kiniple ami
livuryiuun Hiy tbey keep mot uf their
rigs on the go,
A Fine Canine,
(liU' M. Pomw has riroiinl a
II- Ot AN r 11 When you trade hem yon get the Nmellt of the timlo
ixtuihiuiilioii that mnkws the lowest prices it's ivkulblo to name fur
good honest gomb.
HAMILTON I1KOWX SHOK CO'S splendlil Hue of mIiooI sIi.mvs for lmvs
mul glrUfroiu 8So up. Tbwlr Mints' Heavy work klioon iu all iiuutitu
1' iner gooiU every price you wunt in latwst stvlw. ldlos' wlery dv
and lino sluxw ut prKMs tlmt build our trail. " See some of the wixifs
iindiirirtHi iu south window. .MunMutniW for num. women and
ehildru, very low iu price, uuderwMir for all agos, from the mimII in.
fants eU up, out ton, iMtlou IUh-iH1!, and wool Iwmi, yariw luittfiw
fan-inators. Cotton blankets and eomfurts, rubboni, etc.
JL'STOPKNKD Fine line of Wit ami itilksr buckled, pooes, cluiteluuicn wc.
UKMKMIU'.H yiHiixmforafavoron u when voti ak to mm our i.vo.l
You don't luw to buy If xmi'iv not Nttisrlinl nml wo uuti't lioro .wi
by iiiltiug. ""'
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
Some lurgimiK in Mvnd hand whivU
ami n.hu- new ones klightl uMs
.uW.bTlKlt tbt I ttt lakiup
itlht lwln.l.l tlw ll.lu)llilMTlWll HIllHUl
fituikl runulin; nt Uu'd v.llliln llif City i4 An
ymi, Up It:
Uatk lay bw, whU mt In (.mliwiil
li.ll ihi Hi Mi, latU'r )' utkl Nu'iirii i. out)
kUiVDllMiHtw, Mu wUnl hair nil in wr lieu',
mi lu front, wnlKkl Uml.
ltowiwrit .H anluwl uaa Imw th name
I T.ntiu nirl nJ )it ike lal
ltrnu nml eiiwUM uf UVIiii; lip ami Wi'0iii
. aul liUrlt ihrM( lur tiv iUj, I Milt
u mi Ukl lu ufulBOiKil Nil. 'AOufUxi afurr
IK.I11I tviW.ikHwoW U. ls9.
Nutt UWivbjr ultra that I bam WiVu up
au.t iHiiaMiialMl lh Mian Iuk iltat'rttiul aulwal
Kutuct rumiiuii at Uik within IIm llljr uf .
Ouit lUuia hinrt, 9 or 14 ar oUI, braiwU un
Imlh liMikln. lit wt In (urMail. tu
blu.l fnt vrltt(. bcl In fruut. Utt UO,
Ttioimtwrof uM aulaial caa lui lhoiiu
lyr milQi; vM""l)' t WOW UM Usal
cbari au4 sirvax ' taking U)i and kwptytE.
etc , aHdlnillalilltUru(kK til Ja. I Mill
lwl to !! tUt Mill aniuMt at puUMt aiw
IkMi a rfvM.l In imOIuiuiv .No. HU) uf Ike
IVtl.t Uhu. SWWtiLr , UaajL
!. W UllteON.
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
WAXTKI (Jirl or wotuau to do 1om
work in small family. Apply to P. C.
L., Journal ottko. V 38 tf
Surprises in Decorated China
and Kngbsb iHirvelain we ai mill.; our
IKltrnllN in nrli-CH fur handgun.. mii.I
fancy chum and hnc-n-bnie, jardinere-i,
ifltiwar-, reading and piano lamps,
ehop dbhiM, dinner nml ton Hits, Our
store is oterllowing with ehltm and
gntwnre, banwinsenn lw bad which
must be teen to bo appreciated.
12 Sia'u at Telephone 51
at all time.
We carry a full line ol
WANTKD Ah xporMtHifcIliHiug-rooHi
'onuiiervial itreet, SrtUxii.
Tbo menilwM awl friemls of St. Pauls'
Kptooopat church are rcpieetad to meet
at thechunli this Thurstlay oening
at 7 ft). lloMuetd A nmrtance. B
liUit ol the ratry U $ Ut
(v Ull4'NM ItaauntCU i iuiaruMiai
Njw Yoik Not to Have it All The Citi
zens of New York Are to Knu ruin
But HoI-miu of Seleiu lias made nreiv
aiutiou to entertain all who niay eome.
lloWtHi's stock of IiIms co pen ami
jtwkoU, Idios', Oonto ami Cnihlron't
wite. Wool nml cotton hUnkct.
Hosiery nml Yarns U largo, good junl
ity. Iwbt value for tbo nriro ex or offered.
The weotbor will kmn Im cool ami 1h
h lid run must bo projored for soltool.
Oamo to my dailv- roivptlon, ami Intiect
Call and examine our line.
!)o' Sti-o Street.
The program eununittto of the Ma "
County Sunday Scluxil asflcintin I" I
a HMeion at tbo Y. M. C. A. moms i '
night, furthe jturpoo of prejiarng
progrum for the annual convention ' '"
bold in this city, Monday and Tin-' "
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