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A! A' We be Clothed"
This quotation is centuries old, but a more vital
issue today in the fashionable world than ever.
This is a
Jackets,) papes, Mackintoshes,
And Tailor Made Suits.
Wo Jiavo implicit faith in our own
good?, knowing our Jnckctfl and
capes to Iki tlio latest stylos nnd ma
terials. Wo invito inspection. Tlio
largest stock of ladles' nml children's
Jackets in Uio city.
Ready to Wear
Knit cotton or wool underwear
Corsets, W.O-C. nnd It. & G.
Only 3 Weeks to Tkiiksgiving! ;
We are going to give you an opportunity to
lay in a supply of fine Table Linen at prices
as low as ever quoted, in the face of a rapid
ly advancing market. Being able to antici
pate wants we purchased largely before the
advance, and in this sale you reap the benefit.
00 inch, full bleach, good
miallty; in several now pattern,
00 inch full blench linen, n regular 11.00 valuo In neat pattern, "7IT-,
tlio yard vJL-
Ot Inch full bleach, flno quality, nnd good weight, Umiparo will
nny you've lwiight at f 1.25; tlio yard.
f,7 inch Turkey red damask; would make n good 40c seller but
wo say tuo ynni
NAPKIN UARGAINB CO dor. full bleached, warranted nil
linen ; tlio best vnluo over offered ; per down . . .
Continued from flntpife.
ial labor tickets, and the result depends
very materially on whore most ot tno
Jones vote will como from. It is cer
tain cither Oconto K. Nash, rcputllcan,
or John It. McLean, democrat, will bo
If Jones nulls more from Uio Demo
crats than from the Republicans, the
prediction of Chairman JJick that Nnsli
will havo 60,000 plurality may be
Hut if Chairman Fowanl is correct in
assuming Hint Jones will draw much
mom linnvilv from thu rotmblicailH that!
from tho democrats, then McLean will
Tho democratic managers have made
much capital of tho fact thut Jones has
latin a republican up to this campaign,
nnd that lio was himself connected with
a trust, and that ho would not pledge
himself to vote for Uryan in 1000.
As Ohio is normally a Itermblicuu
nfutit. .Inni'fl could draw more heavily
from tiio Republicans and still not alTecl
tlio result, wero it not lor tno lacuumu
feeling, wliich may alsoeoBt Judge NaBh
some Kcpumicau votes.
It is conceded thut all votes that can
bo controlled bv Governor Ihishnoll, ex
Chairman Kurtz and other iintl-llunna
J. J. DALRYMPLE A. COMPANY. ;
republican will bo cast for McLean, but
tills factional work may not extend to
others on tho republican stuto ticket.
Meantime the gold Democrats, us well
ns tho Uryan Democrats, are supporting
McLean, and there is no factional funs
among tlio Democrats.
i no campaign lias ucen outer, uirty
and full of chnrgos and counter charges.
It is. of course, exjiected that this vicious
tendency will continuo at tno pons to
morrow, and that there will bo many
arrests, especially in tlio cities.
Kx-Clovernor Campbell says that Mc
Lean's plurality will bo I0.00J if tho
democrats keep united. Claims made
for Nash vary from L'0,000 to 00,000
plurality, tho wido difference being
caused by tho uncortulnity of tlio Jones
llr Aanuelntrtl Preaa la Ilia Jimrunl.
I'oiitiani), Nov. 7. Gen. Nelson A.
Miles Is today Inspecting the fortlllcu
tions at tho mouth of the Columbia
rivor. llo will reach Portland this
A MONSTER TRUST
- . .
Inflation of Rubber Tire Vehicles on a Still
The store to purchase your dry goods and clothi
llr AnrlnlrI I'resii I., the Jiiurnnl.
Nkw Voiik, Nov. 7. Tho Times says s
A f-'OO.OOO.OOO combination ts projected.
It Ib intended to combine all tho rub
ber, bicycle and automobile, companies
Into one great concern.
Pooplo In tho City From Other
Towns on Ouslnoss and VIs-
D. T. I'itts has gone to Oregon City.
Tom Livcsley, tho hop buyer, went to
Ice Not Given Away.
I cannot afford to give iroaway, but
am soiling n puru article at a price that
is within tho reach of all.
Cuystai. Icie Women.
J. Magulro, Prop. (I 15 tf
Kllnger A Beck,Successors to South3aem
- Uotthr.i Works.
All orders for bottled beor will ho filled
At tho brewery, Kent on cold storage.
Free city delivery. Toloplionu Still.
Nature's Great Gift
Of sluht. when It falls yon. tan bo
ulaced bv second sight 0
our flno French
trough ii pair of
crvstal or llnulllau
or snectacIoH, when
nebula eyeglasHes or spectacle, wui-n
they uro properly adjusted and lltlod to
tlio O.V0S. 1 tost, your riHiiw mu. hiuum
nnd lilt it perfectly with glasse that will
mnko your heart glad. All kinds of
lenses duplicated on short notice, llo
pair work done promptly at fair charges.
(lood (iiil and cure is what your hor
needs to nimblo him to carry you safely
homo. This ami a good rig can bo had
at tho old Pontollico stable.
II (I rod Uilmam A UllOWII
No tnortililno or iiulum'i Ir,
riUiL uuaa All rlu.
No One Can Pass it By.
without un ndmlriuu uhtneo when they
see tho oxouisito display of china, glass
ware, crockery nml lamps at Sonne
mnn's, whore you will ulwi find a full
lino of fresh and dried fruits! Iieiiig nil
the varieties that tho season has turn
ished including gniMH, llgs ami ralHins
from California. You itiu llml tho Ikm
. of gmeerlo and fresh egotibles at
124 8'nto at Teloprouff 5
I1ICYCLK IIAltOAIN.-Hriiud now llrst
vlatis Indies' wheel nt n lxirunln for
rash, liniulre of M., nt Jouii.n.m. olilco.
II 7 t
TODAY 'S MARKET.
Poiitlani), Nov. 7. Wheat
61 (28 Wl Wnlla Walla.Clc. to 65.
1-Tour Portland, fi 1.00 to 3.25. 8iier
flno '.'.15 per lib).
Out Wlilto3l36o.Kroy 33 to ale.
Huy Timothy fUQl 1.00 per ton.
Hops 7 lie: old crop 6 lie.
Wool Valley. 12 life: Kastcrn Or
egon. Hlte Mohair, 27 Q 30.
MJllstuff Itrnn, f 17; shorts, f 18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, J.iWOtot.OO
Ileus I to 1.50, turkeys, live, 12)llu.
Hggs Oregon, 21 to 22tfo iwr do.
(K) lbs, 7)i8i sheep pelts, 1620e.
Onions 1 to Hj'e.
Uuttor Ilest dairy, 23365 '""''y
creamery, 60o to 55c per roll, store 37Jji
Potntoes 60 to OOe imit cental.
Hogs Heavy ilmssvil do to 0(Je
Mutton DrosHed.OJijO to 7o sir pound.
lteef Hleors. :i.60(if.00j cows, fil.OO
a3.50 dresHwl, ImiiI (t to 1i
veal dressed, Hti8io.
Wheat II iKHindsand over Ule.
Wool llle, Mohair i!0o.
Parley 'ito 660.
Oats 25 mid 27o.
liny Haled, cheat t7.00 Timothy
Flour In wholosalo lots fl.00 rutnll
MillstuffH-brau 1!UX) shot Is 15.00
Hogs drussiMl, 5J(ie.
Livocattlo Steers iieows 2J to il.
Drosseil Voal l)e.
Uuttor Dairy lfo creamery 22c.
Poultry Ileus 7 to 8 cents.
GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE.
We will sell you for $ 90
what others ask you $2.50
lur, nnd for 52.20 regular
53.00, and for 52.80 regular
53.50 Shoes or boots. Rubber
at cut prices also.
SALEM SHOE STORE
R, II. LiiAUQ.Manager,
Rfl Ktato M. Udd A ltuuli Hank ltldg.
Salem's Leading Store I
JlasnfolviHl a very largo ltliiment of Indies ullor-mnd wJU ttt JI prlcw
from 16,00 up. Tho finest lino t tno eawm. Atw u lino new Ifno rhlrlfi and
Wfi1'v.ini alo of Mackintoshes and L'mbrolla today.
fcuKr Vtovk is now complote. IaW long riravd IImcmI, from
Ik ente p Jinwo( jrtCkvu mid Oolf caeu thafje)plo ho been Matting for lmi
A E. Fraser, 265-271 Comrnercia! st.
LnQtlppe, ilostrnys IIkiumiiiiN of
people. Il iiiiiv tie quickly rilled by
Olio Minute Cough Cure, Unit pro
duce Imiuedluto results In cough,
colds and throat ami lung troubles.
It will prevent consumption. HtouoV
in justice pourrr
Two llcplevin Coses Uefoie Justice John
son Involving Some Huy.
Jiutioe Johnson was Imsy Monday
with tlio ouso of S. It, Ormshy vs George
llowo, In which phiintlff smvs defoudnnt
for tho reeovory of to tons of Imy, nl
logwl to lx purl of tho erop rulced on
phiintlfl's ftirm near ArKontl.mid wronis
fully withheld hy dofeudaut, or for its
vnluo, fW, nnd for f 10 dnmiiKO.
Tho testimony wits till taken nnd argil'
intuitu ill homnde, uttliueonolusionof tho
tiMtimony in tho hiho of S. I), Ormshy
vs. I'orey Hrown, which Is on tilid title
afternoon mid is n shuilnr ease in all
rvwpeots oxcepi that tho amount of hay,
Involved la ono and ouo half tons.
lloth oasos wilt Ik) urued at oneo.
biinriuiin, Condlt nnd 1'iirk nroattor
n)T8 for tho plaintiff, and U II. Me.Ma
luin fur dufuudaut.
UOMSTOCK. At tho Oreirou insane
ftsi'liiin, Salwn, Or., 51ouday, Novein
Iwr 0, 1800, at 0 p. in., A.J. Comstovlc,
uijrtl !tr yuara, of Kuuonil paresis.
leeiteii was a limthor-ln-luw of A.
1). Charlton, of l'ortlaud.
A Man Hanging
To an idea U genurully a happy man.
Tlio man who tjangx to tho notion thai
ho want a biH)rh siuoVo, and thou Rett
Ia Corona olgura to gratify his dolfght, if
onrtainly a linppy people
W. W. Whltodrovo to Dallas on husl
Al Sauvaln of Silverton was in town
today on business.
State Supt, of Schools Ackcrmann
went to Astoria this morning.
Mr. amlMra. John Craig and Heniv
Crnlg, of Mncleay, wero Salem visitors
.Mrs. A. M. Williams, of Portland, and
Mrs. Clarke, ol Chicago, arrived today
to Iw tho guests of Mrs. . F. Moody.
Mis. A. Wondell nnddaughtorTliolma
of Asylum uvonuc, left today for Can
yon City, Col., to visit her mother, Mrs.
Hon. U. II. FhigK, a nativo-lwrn of
tho stuhborn Dutch, who nro holding
tho fort in South Africa, wont to Hills
horo this morning.
Mrs. C. K. Drown of Itosetlalo ramo up
. i if iii ..
irom loruami lonay irom attending tier
daughter .Mrs. C. F. Smith, formerly of
Salem, who is very 111.
Mrs. Alico Klnndors, for some time
nlifht cook at tho Whito House rostnu.
rant, nnd daughter, lmvo gono to linker
City to mako their futuro homo.
0. F. V. Browne, who had tho govern
ment contract for painting tho now
government building nt Siiotz for l'ugli
& dray, has completed his work nnd
returned homo with ills assistants.
Presiding Klder nnd Mrs. P. It. WIN
linms, of tho L'nltod Brethren church,
nro homo from Southern Oregon. Miss
,Cora Mills, of Wcddorhtirn, accompan
ied thoiu to attend school at Salem.
Col, A. Chadwlck and daughtor, Mrs.
Klla Osboino, nnd Miss Hart, of St.
Paul, Minn,, nro in Portland and nro
exjectcd to bo tho guests of their nieco
and coiihIii, Mrs. David Matheny, of
II. S. Commissioner C. A. Sholbrede,
direct from Skngway, Alaska, nrrlvod in
tho city today . Ho says thoro Is not
much travel out or into tho mines via
rikagway at present, and will not bo un
til tho rivers and lakes are frozen. Tlio
railroad company is huildlng)siiowshcds
and expects to keep IU forty miles of
track open all winter.
Mr. ami Mrs. K, Skipton of Corvallis
returned last night from n visit to Ohio
ami eastern cities. They stopped over
to visit Will mid James Skipton, tho
Salem liverymen, and Miss Ollio Skip
ton, their uieco, ami went homo today
llo says eastern Ohio suffered a terrlblo
drouth the past summer nnd nlmoxt
no crops are grown except by fertilization.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Business Being Transacted at the Couit
Mrs. Martha Porter, widow of Win
Porter, deceased, has been granted nn
allowance of f 100 for maintniuanco, out
of tho fund of tho estate.
Edward T. Murphy has been author
ized to tell n horse belonging to the
estate of Andrew Murphy, deceased.
Tlio final account of Wm. FaW, ad
ministrator of tlio estate of John C.
Bauer, deceased, has been allowed and
tho administrator discharged.
J. (I A. IJowlby, administrator of tlio
estate of Elizabeth ltrown, deceased, ro'
ported thosalo of a tract of land be
longing to tho estnto. The sale was ap
Grant Corby, ifdminlstrntor of tlio
Herman Fricskin estate, reported tho
enlo of n qunntlty of ixireonnl proporty,
and the same wns approved by the
In tho matter of tho estate of Herman
Fricskin, deceased, Grant Corby, admin
istrator, has petitioned for nn order to
sell certoln real property of tho estnte,
and citation has been issued to tho heirs
to nppenr nt 10 n. m. Dec. 9, to show
cnusoifony why tho order should not
C. W. nnd L. C. Dicknian to Fred
J. Drown, part of lot No. 1, block No.
62, University addition to Salem, nlso
10 ncies in t 7 s r 3 w, w d, f800.
II. E. and 0. S. Drown to Charles W,
Dickmnn, lots No. 7 nnd S, in block No!
11, Southwest nddltlon to Pnlem, wd,
U. W. nnd L. O. Dickmnn to C. L.
Wntt, lots No. 7 nml 8, in block No. 11.
Southwest addition to Salem, w (l.llLT,,
II. M. Grant, Portland, Ore.. F. A.
Collins, Mrs. F. A.Collins, Dallas; E.
C. IjiniRon, Chicago; J. C. Hanson.
Hochestor; O. L. Warden, Addis Gal
lagher, Portland; Harry Saunders,
Seattle ; M. I.. JoneB, Drooks; Tilman
Fonl, City; .1. D. Deed, Portland; II.
(I. Church, Chicago; Dell G. Lnshler,
I.. W. Cnnmhnn, A. Muzzurclla, Port-
KAIKI WASH SILKS, assorted colors, 25c per yard.
BLANKETS, all wool, from 52.50 a pair up, Also cheap ones in stock.
MACKINTOSHES for ladies and gents, girls and boys, a large assortment at extremely l0
CAPES AND JACKETS; nice, new and nobby; going at 60c on the dollar, be sure , i
see them, ' anJ
MEN'S SUITS from 54.00 up. Boys' 51-25 up.
OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS, lowest prices prevail.
DRESS GOODS aud linings, outing flannels and flannels. Immense assortment, prices fh 1
TRUNKS AND VALISISES; we are headquarters for bargains in these goods.
HATS AND CAPS in latest styles.
UMBRELLAS, we carry a great variety from 50c up.
REMEAtBER, for anything in dry goods or clothing go to
Friedman's New Racket, Cor, Com, and State sts,
A hot time
Tnat's what they hnvo in tho Old
Town occasionally, nnd its only
enjoyed by ft few, but everyliody
Served in tho liest of Home Cook
ing nt tlio
St. Elmo Restaurant,
George Dros., Props.
Menday: University o-
team, i; Allmuy tol
Glltl. WANTEI)-for general house
work, ('nil at 1115 Court street, corner
Hummer. 11 7 at
Salem ienplo should encourage tlio
homo team In its llrst Intercollegiate
contest with Forest Grove at the State
Fair Ground next Saturday.
Aud war for trade; but all citizens
have an equal chance for good eating at
Tho White Houho Itostauruut.
To determine who may go to cougrcf s
but all who need u good dinner can go
to Tho Wonder Destnurnnt.
Wiggings has re-opened her
Art Studio, in tho Ilolninn houso
corner Court and Cottneo
Studio hours Monday
clay '-'::S0 ando:30 p. ni., nml Sat
urdny t) n. m. to I p. m. For terms
nnd information call nt studio. Via
Itors always welcomo.
Of Kurcl (IroYe.
At the State Fair Grounds,
Saturday, November 11th,
Game to be called at 2t30 p. m.
Yew Park Grocery.
(4 Fresh Orecm Iturk fl
vlieai ticmr.'iu id sacks, s
uiitv Wo. V
Manlo syrup in bulk.
Taylor' co 1 o b r at o d V
butter always on hand )
Allen & Boworsox
This Is tho tlrst Championship (lame
In tho Iutor-Collcgl.ito Series for IftK).
Ought to See
Our men's black mack w itli ch f 2.00
Our num's wool tricot mack with capo 8.76
Our ladles' blue mack witli doublo velvet collar, :IX0
Our girls' mack, tan, double capo velvet collar 2.60
Our fast black umbrella -10
Our ladles' or genu steel rod gloria silk umbrella 1.00
Our men's riblHtl fleeced union suits 1.00
Hotter ouch at t'.'.OO and $2.70.
Our big special purchase In men's rlhlied tlctved hlrts or junta
That window full of men's wear, north side.
That window full ofkluK's, south side.
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
Keep your eyo on us for ChrUtin&d goods.
JOURNAL "X RAY'."
Here's to tho United States of South
Africa with somo good man for president.
The Senttlo Post-Intelligences has
been sold to a now combine of politici
Fish Lnthorp says: An Oregon man
is realy not well advertised until he
lies been X Hayed a few times.
Wonder if those telegrams sent out
Monday about tho Immediate capture of
Aguinaldo and his army were campaign
Tho Hop Uocr8 of Oregon have sent
their ultimatum to tho Dealers. Tho
question now is, which side hai tho
Tho first reliable now sot the elections
will appear in Wednesday evening's
Jouk.sai. and will probably be of a char
actor to suit all tastes.
a man sometimes lias trouhio in gov
erning one wife, but wo notice the Sul
tan of Sulii hai no dilllculty in uoveru
ing a whole lot of them.
Solf.govoinmont under tho American
Hag has been given to Negros Island. All
friars opposed to American reforms will
bo furnished free tnuisnortitisn to
Sam Itlcliardson seems to know how
to run a law school. With proper facili
ties Salem could Just us well have n law
school with two or three hundred stu
dents as with thirty or forty.
Tho local report says that nt tho Al
bany dedication of tho Workmen tem
ple at n certain stage of tho program "nil
tho guests retired to tho nrmory." That
must be nn up-to-date temple.
Aftr generously sending Infected peo
ple to tho Capital City, tho nowsnapers
of those towns still more generously ad
vertise that Salem is "greatly excited"
oyer new small-pox cases. Salem regu
larly incurs tho generous envy of less
prosperous towns like Albany and Port
land, Journal. Another canital ioke.
The sending, though has been tho other
See here, that's u capital pun.
For X X X X-
witiire, Carpets, ff a
At prices that are right, see
F. W. Mollis & Company
First Door North of Postoffice.
Stoves Made To Order
Xbuy the "Home" Air Tight
Stove, and the "Home" Steel
Range made at Salem the
best Heating and Cooking
Stoves on the market.
SCCome and see them
patronize home industry.
"tCLet us know just what you
want, and if not in stock will
have it made to order.
STEINER & BERGER, 130 Stat? 51.
We are selling a good side lift Lantern, made
of 1X tin, for 50c.
This is a good lantern made of extra heavy tin
and first-class in every respect,
Other lanterns at a proportionate price.
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
Winter Soon Heie.
And tho weather will le cool and oc
casionally wo, and you will need good
warm clothing and waterproof gar
ments. II obson has a full lino of these,
including beaver overcoat, waterproof
.wool coats, wool lined and warm, ladies'
men's and children's wool underwaro nil
I have a line of ladles' and misses'
khoes offered nt a bargain to close out
KvervthiiiL' elwi that vou need in ilrv
I buy for cash, sell (or cash and give
my i customers bargains. I'leaso call in
aud inspect tho stock.
W. H. Honsox,
207 Commercial street.
Farm lo Rent,
Good farm in Linn county to tho
proper person. Inquire of K. M. Cro
ban, Implement dealer, Salem, Or.
Prepare for a Siege,
Youaro not surrounded by armed sol
diers, but it will bo good policy to'pre
iUW for the bad roads by buying a good
supply of groceries from Branson A lta-Ba-
The Palace Market
Will fill your order for a roast,
broil or fry of beei, mutton,
pork or sautage. Corned beef,
nicely cooked, boned and pressed
ivadv to elico for your luuch.
We have our own deliver? nun
Your patronage solitlted.
MOYER & EDWARDS.
Phont202l. lS3 8tatoSl.
x2?,J!.en,"" J. V'08'23 c6"18 each.
50c each b Mllm' M and
300 titles oftho Mershor 1G mos 25c
AtXrSlh1.2 m0S ' Stnnd"J
Olive Optic Series Juveniles 76c.
The Hentv liookx fin.. ara
Sailor Itoy with Dewey Series 75c.
n b r bln"''-Americau War Juv
enile Series 70c also Itichard Carval 25c
David Hartim 25c to read.
Hlack Douglas 25o to read.
FRANK S. DEABORN'S
REEDS OPERA HOUSE
I'ATrON Mt03., Uee p.l Msntgcn.
Saturday, Nov 11,
And the finest uni'
formed band in the
A. VA8T ORGANIZATION
BjTond question Teter. Utter end iuperiorlo
all mlniutUo! Uie pmi and prcMOt.mUIC(
It an Ideal and real mobilization of all
Monnrcha of tho Mlnstrol World
Watch for our grand Uniformed Bard
Street Parade at 11 :30 a. m.
lower Floer: 7Sc
aelUrjr: 28,60 and lie.
Our Champion Wins.
Your Cliamnlon mav Imve ta
knocked out in tli tnt dol.t but the
"Little Champiorn" cigars made at ba
lem furnish vou a (rood smoke eacb
Just rwAii'.! ..v.i.-i n
Pile with all Uio various conneo
tions in More for Ralo bv "l,eo
lt-llm - UTTLKY i'f1" '"roish yqn
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