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All s'zes in ready-to-wear Wrappers, 75c, $1,
51.25, 31.50 and J?l. 75.
Vicuna Cloth in bright, pleasing colors for
Home Wrappers, at 8 1-3 and 10c.
OUTING KLANNKL-for aJroot any
ue. TJiwj goods nru nov made in
fancy pattern an well an the plainer
Pressing rack flannel 25 cents.
Ileary outing wiiianip lor unuer-
wnr 8k ami 10 cent.
UN'HKKrKIKTH Fancy gilin Silesia
11.25. !!.. ami 12 00. i
I'laln Iltack, henry mined skirt 2.00.
Mercerized cotton rkirti), something
new, same effect a Bilk f 2.60.
Also Golf Shawls, or
'Made of very finest
I styles Some circular capes wivh fringe,1
others square without
i they are the best values shown here,
labouts, Call early and pass your opinion
$8, to $15 EACH.
J. J, DALRYMPLE L CO.
i Still ii
lit watch repairing, and tho skillful re
pairer in clone akin to tho manufacturer.
1 combine both. If yott hnvu a llnu
or common wntoli, and nny pari Ih
broken or lost I n replace It. You
may havnn wntch that you think can't
bo made to keep gosl tline: It tuav I hi
hccauiie you hae nover plumed ft in
nkillful hands'. If no, let me see it. If
it can Iki iiiaile into a timepiece, I ran
Watches, cleaned . . . ..75o
Main springs. .... , 75c
MOO COMM1CHOIAI. MT.
Friday nfitlit and Hitturday moro rain.
Continues tlit Uest.
The-Wilson Airtight heating stove,
alter live yearn trial centinues: to Ihi
the ImisI inaile and tin price Ik right,
nold only by Gray llnu.
100 Alt pimm 1ft '1 cents em I
WltliC hrist H'tiv, by Muriny, 5 mid
300 title ol the Mer.hor 10 mo ic
Mi titles) of 12 n. .m of Stamlunl
NEW BOOKS Ifer
AuUiors, 2oo each.
OIIvb Outio Berlca JuvonihM 75c.
Too Jfeiitr ItookM 50o 6rio,
Sailor J)oy with 1'eHij.v Serltw 76V,
WJ -llliHory niliiriirtiiinricHii
imti tW ( 7to al) JUchnnl
,) Hurtiiu 6;' to read.
Msy DmmIiw Jtxi to ruuu.
UNION SUIT For children 50 to fl-90.
Infant Vest, The nirnple Itubcns
vcM cannot be outgrown, 50c to 75c
HOSIKKY-Kxtra heavy ladle' wool 25c
Kxtra flnc cashmere 50 cent.
Infant in all riun IJIack Cat for the
INFANT CLOAKH Fhort and long
Fancy Kiderdown, 12.00, I2.G0 and
Rugs, just received, i
materials in several
fringe We think
fee Not 0 Wen Away,
I cannot afford to vivu Icon way, but
am selling a pure article at a price that
in wiiiiiu mu renen oi ail.
ClIVHTAI, IcK WoilK..
J. Maguiro, Prop. () Jfi tf
KllngerA Ueck.Succesiors to SoutltSslein
All order for liottlod beer will lie filled
at tlui brewery. Kept on cold storage,
rrco city dulivury. Tehiphono 2131.
Ico Very Neaily Olven Away.
We can give Ico uwuv. to convince vou
cniiio mid moo how big a chunk you not
for Utile innuoy. Our leu In manufac
ture from pure distilled water.
npllol Ice Work,
Kl.JMJKH fc Hkoic.
Another lire, Anolhur home dent rnyed,
fortunately insured, la your homo in
sured? If not call In mid obtain n kI
Icy from u llrnt china Aniurlean eoniiaiiy.
Tiioman IIoi.tov, Agent,
At tho Journal olllc.
Hum. Cuim All l'ulii. "luui:riii.dui."
X Wc shin: them free
275 Commercial St.
An Appetizing Breakfast Table
la the ono that la at uiih nnr .Ind.i..
chojdinhca, oat meal acta, coveret) muf.
mi iiumm, coiiew cupa una Mitren, and
DIMtt lly deconttiHl chinu or Kin-Hull iu.r.
0'luill. chiuxin from our liiiii.lk.iiiii niiwl
of table ware. Our lino decorated din
i Kir vU. tea mita and uhiuu muko .m.. ,r
the inut mventiililo nreMunta to !.
hrlild tlmt intend liouckepiug.
TUG G HOOK It
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
John Scott had legal bnelnes at
King Hibbard la improving in health
ainco moving to this city.
Sir. and Mra. Walter FtoU returned
today from a Portland visit.
Kd Parkhurt, the farm machinery
man, went to Portland tllia morning
Ralph Cox and W. T. Jenka were
Salemite who took the early train for
Sherm T. Iltirroiigh" liaa gone to
SlleU to complete wme government
Mra. A. T. Gilbert and Mra. J. C.
Smith, jr., were Portland pajvengora by
the early train.
Mi Milla. matron of the Salem hos
pital, left today for n visit nt Knox
Butte, I.inn county.
Mra. Kd. MrCarty went to Albany to
day to be the gueat of Mra. !'. C. Ncnl,
wife of the county recorder.
D. P. Ward, state Sunday school mla
afonary for California, la in the city, the
guest of hia old Dakota friend, L. I.
Fruit Commission House.
Juat received Sweet twtatoeg.
LemoriH, Southern Oregon peaches, and
Caalw. J. G. Wright & Co. 10-20-3t
People in the City Prom Olher Towns on
Business an J Visiting Friends.
Geo. Shirley, of Turner, waa In town.
Jamca Arthur, of Chemawa, waa in
Abner Leu!, of Aumavlllc, waa in
Richard Tucker, of Aumaville, waa in
K. G. Ifarrla of Crowley waa In town
I It. KbllU of Willard waa in on
C. K. Vannuwya, of Tiirnenwiu down
J. II. and It. W, Craig of Mucleay were
in town today.
Mr. and Mra. T. II. Alt, of Howell
were In trailing.
Hon. I). II. Loonoy, of Jefferaon, waa
in town to today.
John A. Hunt, of Clymer, drove In to
day on linnim."!.
S. and John Hammock, of Ilrooka,
wiiru in town today.
J. Sulcliff, of Woodlmrii, waa In town
today on iiuaiueaa.
II. I', Itobertaon and M, A. Nicely, of
Turner, w ere in today,
Kuutii and Miaa G, llurtneaa of
Howell were In today trailing.
Mr. and Mra. J. II. Anilcrwni of
Htnytoti were down on huaiueaH.
.1, W. Chlldera, ol Lincoln, waa in
today on IiunIiichh, bringing in a lot of
Martin and Paul Zulierof I-mWnlmrg,
Or., waa in town tialay to iliaMiau nf
D.I). Gorallnu, Alox UFollutt and
Win, TowiiHi'iid,u( MIhIoii Iloltom, were
In town tixlay."
J. M. Wagoner, Jr. of Turner waa in
town today witli a load of outn for which
ho rccehod 28c.
MlaaJeanlo Wagner, nf Aaliliiud, lain
the city vlaiting at tho homo of her h'h
tor, Mra. W. II, U-cda.
Mra. Thoa. Ilowu haa returueil to hor
home at Mt. Angel, Vccoinmiilel hv
Mra. 8 II. Yuil un.l duughter.
John Mauldlng, of Hheridaii, brought
down Mra. JoIiuhoii, of Kllvurton thin
morning, who haa lieou iaiting there.
W, L, lliirtnn, of Jordan Valley, and
l, laldwvll, of Stiiytou, are two ener
getic young Wohfootura juat home from
working tho past H'tihon in the l'aloiiso
Win. Hilyeu, one of tho lieat deer
huntera in Oregon, loft for Albany today.
There ia nut ao much game in the
auhurbn here to afford axirl aa In
towua farther up tho river.
Mr. and Mra. Ralph llogga, of Napa,
California, are in tlui city, vlaiting at tho
homo of Mr. uml Mra. G. V. llogga,
their puronta. Thoy liavo not vlaltwl
tho parental roof for aevoutcon yeara,
Tho Ixia Gatoa, Cul NewaofOct.fi
J. I.. Gelutt left Tucaday for Salem,
Or., near which town lie una u rnncli.
Ho will amuul tho winter there. Ilia
family will remain here a few inoutha.
Mr. mid Mra. C. A. Curmlchae), of
Monmouth, 111,, have lieen nt Salem n
fow daya vlaiting a former towmumui of
hU, W. W. Martin. Thoy left today to
virtit m. I-. .Martin and Thomaa Mar
tin ut Kuj.euo, who wore iiUo formerly
.MnumnutlittcM, .Mr. Martin expreaxea
hlliiHolf aa quite phwmd with Woatorn
It. A llooth o( (nmit'a I'.ihh waa In
tho city today infecting aunm right of
way deed for the new railroad that la
Ndug built (rum the Nntrou branch to
tho mw milla of tho Rooth-Kollv I.uiu
IhtCo. on tho Mohawk Mr. fkmth I
J ono of theouterprUliig typo of hiului
iiMi wiio are (ixeiiiiming grat olmlucleti
io iriiiuiti u.e iihiiiiiiiu'ih oi wregtiii
The north hound Oregon oxpre duo
at Salem at 4:2li la reported on time
Yew Park Grocery.
Haa in atock a largo lino of
tubleta and supplies for
Keeps a full atock of proia-
ions, uns.Triea ami ruiinctt I
good. Fresh gooda ut rtaa- I
onnlila lirli-ea. l'uvlor'a i-tdiv. I
bratod butter nlwaya on
hand. Country produce
taken In exchange.
Allen & Bowersox,
THE W. C. T. U.
Or Associated Press Io the Journal.
Seattli:, Oct. 20. The Wornen'e
Chrictlan Temperance Union convened
thia morning. President Steven deliv
ered her addrca. Thia afternoon
rcporta of national correionding nccre
tary r'rlck, Treaatirer Raker and Audi
tor Iiigclow were read. Tomorrow
the purity conference will begin. Ad-
lrec will lie delivered by Governor
Rogcra and Mayor Humes of Seattle
CRISIS IN VENEZUELA
lly Assoelnleil Tress to thr Journal.
Cakacab, Venezuela, Oct. 20. The
criala ia virtually over. Andrade, (he
president, boa accepted the conditions
proposed by the insurgent rommander,
Castro, and will go abroad, the preai
dency devolving on tho vice-president
Caatro will enter Caacas peacefully, thua
SWEGLE VS. LEARNED.
Suit for Possession of the Mllkranch East
In Justice Johnson a court the caae of
Swegle va. Learned ia on trial thia after
noon before a Jury consisting of S. A
Hughea, 8. 8. Martin, W. II. Phillips,
A. W. Veatch.Geo, Hecman and It, I).
Swegle ia auing for poaaca-ilon of a
piece of land east of tho tuylum, which
haa boon ufed by I.carncil aince 1890,
under a Icaae, tho terms of which have
not been atrictly complied with by
.earned, the defendant in thia ault.
Thedefendaut acknowledgea that on
tho flrat of laat July aomo 1278
waa duo on rent, butnllegea that nt that
time an agreement waa made whereby
defendant would pay $3 jwr week in ad
vonce, and have until tho expiratou of
the lease on Jan. 1, 1001 In which to
pay the back rent.
Tho plalntlff'a caao ia conducted hy
W. T. Slater and the defonso by J. H.
and C. L. McNary.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Duainess Deing Transacted at the Court
Tho report of W. T. Gray, John Molr,
W. It, Power, appraisers of tho estate of
John Waddcll, dcc'ciscd, haa been filed,
allowing ficTMiinl proa'rty to tlie
amount of ff".80.
K. Jensen and wife to Alo L. Neaa, 7.1
ncrea of tho w j(( of the d 1 c of Wesley
Plumuierand wife in t liar I west, fjoo.
Iralnmen Expect to T,e UP the Qieat
Ur Assnclnteil I'ress to the Journal.
St. Paul, Oct. 20. A gunoral atrike
on tho Great Northern will probably oc
cur within a few days. It will include
conductor, engineer, llremen, brake
men and switchmen, and tho muu ex
cct to tie up tho road from end to end.
In tho great atrike of live year ago, the
conductors held nloof, hut they luive
liven brought into the present tumble
by a recent order requiring tlieui to pay
for IkiiuIs cmerlng danuigea to trains
under their charge, The list of grluv
mice given by tho men la a long one,
and they claim to hae licon unable to
secure anything like aatiafuctlon from
tho management Since last March
grievance committees hau boon almost
constantly in thia city trying to reucli
aomo agreement with tho railway nlll
ciala hut without result.
0. W. Cottam. Oakland, Cal., Allwrt
irank, .Mra. Allwrt Frank, Whitcacre;
II. .Mu. 1, Siencor, San Francisco; It.
A. Ikmtli, Grunt's i'aaa; Horace Smith,
P. i:. Sewell, Portland; Ci. II. Cooper,
C. A. Clapp, Itontonj Roy L. Poultou,
New York; It. (J. D.iveuiiort, Mra.
It. G. Dawmiiort, Tho D.illoa; C. L.
Mead, Portland; A. 8. Rlloy. 'ow
York ; Sam Goldsmith, M, .M. Mttrrny,
Pertland: C. II. Abenmthy, Champovg;
K. A. Leploy, ralrticld. Or., II. Heaao,
Chicago; J. W, Ollnn, lkwton; Geo. II.
Young, San FnmciH-o; A. F. Sparks.
Mra. A. F. Sparks, Springlluld, Or., W.
F. Ginii, Portland.
Miller, W. L. Vale. KIiiim
Villi..!. It It
Chandler, Oardluor, Or..
. .,.,... , ... aT VIIHMIHUI llinillltT( t
Miaa Mollis Dohae, Chemawa, Or., Chaa
l U'.irii.... r..i.i.. ..II I.I..1...
. . . .ii tmj , ,ii.inni, itittuii,
Elegant New Pianos,
Mrs. Willmun. tlie music teacher has
two now piano (or tho use of her pupils.
Rooms oer tho Pimt National Rank.
10 12 tf
Vuu'll lind them
sole of our ladies'
shoes, at S2.S0 and
And also in the misses' welts.
We want you to try these
shoes Dozens of people last
winter had such good satis
faction with them. Keep
me leei ury and warm, and
are so comfortable. Latest
toes lace or button.
Men's heavy work gloves that won't harden when wet,
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
llr Associated Iress la, (be Journal
RAxeoox, Ilritish Ilurmah. OcL 20.
Serious riots have broken out in the
lower Chidwin district of Burmali. A
number of Scpoya have attacked a num
ber of Kngiiah ollicera, acprely wound
ing four. The Sejwya were diasatiailwl
wrlth their long'detentlon in the cliolem
Hani rains forced the Willamette up
aeveral feet aince Thurpday Tlie river
atl atelcxen feet al)0c low water nt
3 p. m. today. The 0. It. A N. Co. put
on a daily boat to Portland commencing
He buceeds)Who Has Success,
To have auccess ono must plan and
meet condition?. Hobon the dry goods
dealer anicipated present conditions. He
belicel the jieople would have more
earnings to spend, consequently he
bought and haa on view a greater va
riety and a large atock of staple and
fancy dry good. Mr. Hobon haa been
aucceasful in making ealea to all who
hae patronized him. Ilia past auccca
encourazea him to bcliee that if you
and others who want a nice garment to
make you comtot table this cool weather
w ill come in and examine the atock w liich
include ladies' euita, ladles' caiea and
jacketa, boys' and youths' clothing, he
w ill be able to aupply you w ith the ar
ticle that will give you satisfaction.
W, II. Ilonaox
207 Commercial atreet.
I QUAY'S MAKKKT.
Portland, Oct. 20. Wheal valley
; 59 Walla Walla,57c. to 57,'
Flour Portland, M.OO to 3.25. Suier-
fine (2.15 tier bhl.
Oat White 3l35c, grey 3.1 to 31c.
Hay Timothy Uf 11.00 r tun.
Hop 7S10c; old crop 5 & 0c.
Wool Valley. 12i:tc: Kastern Or
egon, 8Hc .Slohair, 27 Q 30.
Millstuff Uran, tl7;shorta, (18.
Poultry Chickena, mixed, f. 300 to 4.00
llena I to -LOU, turkeys, live, rjanc.
Kgga Oregon, 21 to 22c tier dot.
00 lb-, 7)8i ; sheep pelts, 16320c.
Onions 1 to Itjc.
Hutter Rest dairy, 25(335: fancy
creamery, 50c to 55c per roll, store 37'$
Potatoes 50 to 00c ier cental.
Hoga Heavy drosseil lie to ()c
Mutton Droefied.OUe to 7c isr ikiuiiiI
llcof Steera. (:i.50(at.00; cow a, (3.00
r.tfi.M) iiroswii, iicoi ni to i
Wheat 58 iKiunda and over 10V.
Wail Kic, Mohair Stk.
Hops (Ho 10c.
Ikirley 45 to 5."e.
Oata 25 and 27tv
Hay Haled, cheat (7.00., Timothy
(8.50. to !
Flour In wholesale lota (3.00 retail
Millstuff bran (13.00 abort (15.00
lloga dresMil, 5)jfc.
Live cattle Steera 3ktCOw2?4 to 3.
L .iDalMfc crea.nery 22c
to H IVIltH.
Crossing the Rockies,
The moit delightful idle acio lite ton .
ncnt it tluougn Utih ami Colorado, ovi
what Ii kmmiisi ''The Sxenic Route ol the
Wot Id." It mHICfS not at what can ol
the year the Mp is mnl, at no time docs
die icenety giow itonotonoui, It it an evrr
changing pinoranu cf the beauties of nature.
One nmn.nt you are pining llnoui;h grge
walled in by KKks tliouiamU of feet llgli
and the nrxt you are above the mow lm,
iktrting ieak tlmt loner above you until
tliey Kcm almott to reach the iky. One of
the ctiaricteiistics of the Colorado cllruatr
tathtt the enlr.mci of temperature are
never met wi h It Is neither so cold in
winter nor warm in summer, at uion Ihe
lines ol railwa- which cro the deieils and
olains The traveler over the Rio Gra de
Seitcrn,alohai the iirivlUcc of a itoxiver,
ii lie so eicc s at Halt Lake Ully, or any.
where beween Ogdcu and Denver, on all
clauei of ticked.
For tnfurinaiion ai toratei, etc , inr1. for
descriptive pamphlets, cttl on the nearest
Ticket Agent of the O. It. K. Sc N Co. or
Southern I'acificCo., or adi'rett.
J D. MANbFIELI), Gen'l Agt.
Kio Gmul Wettem Railway, 14 'third
reel, Portland, Oregon,
TtlD OREAT SALT LAKE HOUTL
The attention of eaubouiKl travuieu i
Called to the advantages ofTered them by the
Kio Grande Western, Hie Great Salt Lake
Route " Hie same rates prevailed whether
the tnp Is mane via Huntington or San Fran
citco. Tlie passenger has nil choice of two
toutes out ol Portland, three through Colo,
rado, and four east thereof. No other line
out of Portland oan otTer such a variety of
routes In addition, a day's stopover ii giver
all 1 aiKsftrs at any point In Utah or Colo
rado. Thiuugh pultmsn and touiiit sleep
ing cars are run on all trains, as well ai free
reclining chair cars. The service and ac
commodallons offered are equal, if not tu
pcrior to Ihoie of any Irani-continental road
and rates ate always as low as the lowest.
If you contemplate a trip east, writa I.
I. D. Mansfield, General Agent. Rio Grande
y, 141 J hird Mreet. Poitland
Orriron, for any
Information you may need in
reference to rates, routes or
We are doing a fine busi
nes; besides the Misses gar
ment iiieiiiioiieti in me bar
gain column, we show n.enV
and ladies' goods in great
The ladies' blue at S3.00,
brown check at Si.in nn.i
naVy single cape at 54.00
are leaders. Ihe latter is
what usually sells at $4.5.0
and $5. See us.
NEW ARRIVALS OF DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
PREPARE FOR. WHMTBRJ
MfackintOSllGS 'or 'a,"e8 anil
'"' year. We
make them go. .
Rubbers, boots and
Coats and mackiiifoli suits,
Overcoats and ulsters.
for boys and men. Men's auits from (I up. Iluyyour clothingof us; our low prices will atonili vou
carry the best quality of Till wool goods, but do not charge fancy prices.
Blankets and COmfoftPt Paire of "lankota to chooc from. All wool Oregon made blanket-) at twn.
uicu.tn.tu anu cuiiuuricrb tllrd8 t,ll)lr ugiml price Smc onc thlri, by buyfng your b,ailke ff o-
Trunks, valises, telescopes and hand-bags in great variety
DrV COods. ' catry 'arKe hies of dress goods, llnlnca of all descriptiona, bindings, all wool flannels outm?
g-"-"J flannels, flannelette, wrapiiers, Iwautiful llne-a of caties, dross skirts, muslins, slieetings, ca! .j.
hosiery, underwear, coret, gloves, and everything usually enrrieu in a llrst-class dry goods store. VVe d'j nr,
charge fancy prices, like aomo storea we know of in thia city, but tell our goods on the lowest possible margin
all our customer, for it is buai
neaa to make one satisfied, and
we satisfy all with our high
grade low price meal".
244 Commercial st.
The Staj ton Bridge.
The Marion county court haa ordered
the Stayton bridge closed. The road
aupervlsor hua hnd tiositl.'c ordera to
close thebridge Thursday and did aol
Tlie I.inn county cople clolm the bridge
h not unaifo, but will stand n grea
deal ol travel, hi spite of expert MillerV
roport, who is in Allmny now. Thurs
day 400 bond of cuttle were driven over
tho bridge, .15 in a bunch. Men hunt
ing gravel Miya that Saturday there were
alx loads of gravel on the bridge nt
once. The bridge will probably lie used
some until the counties can agree aa to
Shelter From the Storm.
You can lmvo shelter from thu rain by
selecting from tho liost mid largest atock
In tho city for UHinnll aum a first class
umbrella at Friodinnn'H New Racket.
MOXEV TO LOAX
Furniture, Piano?, Organs, Wag- t
011a, or othernrticle ol value.
(ii:0.F. SMITH 101 State at. I
10 20-1 m t
KEKDS OPKRA JIOl'.SE
PAriON IlltOS.. Lf, sn.l Miiusi-rrs.
ONE LECTURE ONLY.
mrsilay, October t
An Illustrated Talk
On the Work of the
Gapt. Harry L; Wells
Aore than 100 Views.
First Ilaloony, 35.
HEEDS OPERA HOUSE
1'A'ITON 111103 , Lmtee. snJ Utn.
One Night Only.
Tuesday, October 24
HEN IIENDltlCKN JtEX
With the latest mid lxt of the
Series of Swedish (Jomedy
i Yenuinc Yenteliiicii
Dinvtion ot author, C. Alston.
Includingall theoriginal tvenery
mechaniixil and electrical effecta
and a company of i) people.
& the fully rigged North Ger
man I.lovd'a steamer with pun.
oramic view of XeV York Har
bor; the Cour d Alene gold
mine and explosion of Gearook
gents, girls and lwys all sites In atock. All new atock, no left oiera from '
nevercarrv any rubbers or mackintosh goods from ono year to another. Onrr,r,
shoes, rubber boots and oil clothing, storm
All now goods nnu nest ot
A good overcoat for (3.
coats at a 25 pur cent.
Racket, Cor. Com, and State sts.
That does not soothe the parage breast,
but the blue 0110 tlmt ornaments n box
of the Guest Clear Havana Cigar:
J LR CORONA,
Are a treat to lie enjoyed in nud out of
doors n popular priecd cigar.
Aug. Huckenstein, Prop.
I lave arrived now in stock. And we are ready
(0 sell you a bright new carpet for your home.
We have all makes, qualities and a variety of
patterns: also Rugs and matting. Come in and
see our new carpet room.
F. W. Hollis & Company
First Door North of Postofficc.
Make Yourself Com! orfable
5TE1NER 5 BERGER, 130 Slat? St.
The Orient Inscirance Co,
OK HARTKORD, OONN,
Surplus to Poiloy iioldora.".'.' . '. '. . .'
Will insure you against loss by
muMAb BULIUN, Resident Agent.
Journal Ofiice. a enl 0re.
We have iust
Ever brou 'lit
Tney are the
WILSON AIR TIGHT HEATERS.
The latest pattern of the best
Air Tight Heater
Cor. State and Liberty Sts. Salem, Ore.
DB-2menTThe Palace Market
Graduate of tho American Sol.!
Oteothy at Kirksvllle. Mo.
Ollice: llooms 5 and 0 in Hugh Rmv
man block. '
siock, anu pricoa lower than any hone in
We have cheaper ones and better ones. We ae . iPr
reduction from nny other house in this citv.
AlBuy the "Home" Air Tight
Stove, and the "Home" Steel
Range made at Salem the
best Heating and Cooking
Stoves on the market.
ATCome and see them
patronize home industry.
fire; for terms enquire of
in the Market.
Will fill your order for a roast,
broil or fry of beef, mutton,
pork or sausage. Corned beef,
nicely cooked, boned and pressed
ready to slico for your luuch.
We have our own delivery man.
Your patronage solitited.
133 State SU
134 8tW at
'Price: 25,50,75 and St .00.
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