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Our clonk department is unrivalled
for ft stock of up-to-dalo
Now color?, mode, castors, fans etc.
Adding now styles ovory week,
l'lald capes, Fringo trimming, Plain
capes, Plaid Hood and reveres.
ClitMHiRs's Cai-kb With or without
Jewelled side and back combs
Cut steel dress buckles, En
ameled dress buckles, Elas
.foil ilguro tho cost, including mak
ing of your wnlsts mid compnro tho
result with the price of our ready to
Mercerized Goods '
Something now and useful for air
most nny garment wnlsts, skirts,
)cttieoatR, nprons etc.
Just opened n ease of these populnr
goods 62 In wide, $1.00,' Colors
blues, greens, browns, castors, tans,
HOI COMMBKOIAL ST,
Only 3 weeks to
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.
ftO inch, full blench, good quality;
in several new patterns,
fi7 Inch Turkey red dailiask; would mnko a good 40c seller but O ( f
rfSfc; wo wiy tho yard
N V.m.-V ItAUflAIVH M il full 1ilini1wul tvnrrntitiut nit
linen j tho best value ever offered ; per dozen
00 Inch full bleach linen, a regular $1.00 value In ncnt patterns,
(Hindi) full bleach, fine quality, nnd gixsl weight. Compare with
nny you've bought at f 1.25; tbe yard
Ci'"" rffi caiKin'r
Ice Not Given Away,
1 cannot afford to' give Ico nway, but
am selling u pure article at a price that
is within the reach of all.
Cuvsm, kit U'ohkh.
' J. Magulro, Prop. (I 1G tf
Pooplo In tho City From Other
Towns on BubIiiobs and Vis
Miss Inez Ilotnn went lo Portland
Mrs. M. C. Alderson has gone to
Nowbcrg to veait friends.
Miss Mnrlo Stolner is spending a few
days at Turner visiting friends.
Nov. D. II. Leach today went to North
Yamhill to fill his regular charge.
.1. Jlrown who has been visiting friends
at Monmouth, returned to Tho Dalles
HarveyundNcttloGreenwood, of Dal
las, went tw'a to Kvnns' Landing to
Mrs. C. II. Young who has been vis
iting Mrs. IS. M. Lnfore, returned to
C. Miller, of Seattle, who has been
visiting friends at Uueiin Vista, came to
Salem today on IiIh way home.
L. Ynch and his mother, of Oregon
City, who have lieon tho guests of II. V.
Havngo, returned to their homo today.
P. J. McUlll left this morning for
eastern Oregon, where he will sell and
deliver tree for thu Oregon Nursery Com
Mrs, 12. M. Vandervort received tho
news that her father, aged alrant DO
years, fell down tho front steps of Ids
residence In 'Friiro, hurting him quite
badly. She expects to leave Tuesday to
pay him a visit.
llr Aaiorlnlrd Prn.w In tbe Jnnrnnl.
FnA.NKroitT, Nov. 11. Goebol by 1200
to 1000, is tho claim made nt Oocbel
headquarters today. Several county
boards have adjourned until Monday,
and it is claimed they hope to mnko
sufficient gains to offset the losses.
Gocbel was sustained In his own and
other counties yesterday.
Chairman Young, Democrat, wires has
discovered gross frauds affecting tho
whole vote In several mountain counties
and precincts other counties and on '
these, its supK)sed tho contest will bo!
mnde beforo stato loard If final returns
from counties show floebol not selected.
Items of Justice
Nature's Great Gift
Of sight, when it falls you, ran Ihi ro
plncvd by meoud sight through a pair of
our fine French crystal or llnulllnn
tiobbte eyeglasses or Kctacles, when
thoy uro properly mljiiHtiHl nnd fitted to
the eyes. I test your sight Moloiitlllcally
nnd lilt It perfectly with glasses that will
mnko your heart glnd. All kinds of
lenses duplicated on short notice. lto
pnlr work douo prouiitly at fair charges.
DOS COMMUHOIAI. ST.
Kllnger neck,3uccesors to SouthSalem
All orders for bottled beer will bo filled
nt the brewery, Kopt on cold storage.
Free city ilellvery. Telephone 2PI1.
Tonight nnd Sunday oecnsionnl rain
The Palace Market
Will fill your ordor font roaM,
broil or fry of Ih'cI, mutton,
xirk or snusngo. Corned leof.
nicely cooked, lioncd mid pressed
ready to slice for your lunch.
We 1 1 nvo our own delivery iiuiu.
) our patronage mUIIHcii.
KW Ktato Kt.
I M Wii
Silvct Iloll Circle Social.
Tbe Filduy eveulug Imnkel social at
A. (). I'. W. hall was u great success.
The baskets were nil sold and the
capacity of tlio hull was completely
taken. The literary ami musical pro
gram was a great success.
The managing cojrnnlttco of ladles
are entitled ton great deal of credit.
Mrs. O, I,. Darling, Guardian Neighbor
of the circle, presided with her usual
dignity ami ability.
Winter b'oon Here.
And tho weather will be cool and no
raklomilly we. and you will need uood
warm clothing nnd waterproof gar
meuts. II obson has a full line of those.
Including beavor overcoat, waterproof
wool coats, wool lined and warm, ladles'
men's and children's wool uuderwaro all
1 have a lino of ladies' and misses'
shoes offered at a bargain to close out
ISvorythlng else that you need In dry
I buy for cash, sell for cash and give
my customer) bargains. Plouso mil In
ami inspect uiu slock,
W. II. Ilunsu.v
!il7 Coinmorulal street.
J, A, .loues, of Newbcrg, was hi town
today to tiinko sure n stile of bishops,
having 70 bales of good bops for which
lie was offered l)?.i cents.
John II. Daly, of Mncksburg, icimrts
thnt he sold 11,000 iwunds of hops for
8J4 ceutH nnd comldors thut lie made n
fortunnto sale. Ife stated that fully one
Until of the hops belt) in tho vicinity of
Mackshurgnnd Aurorn had been sotd In
small lots at prices ruuglng from 7 to H
Says the Gervais Star: Hop growers
have accomplished oTio thlng,lf no more,
by orgiinlr.iitloii, viz: They luive sto)iel
tliodowuwnrd tendency of thu hop mar
ket, which in Itself Is valuable. Kiistcin
denier are iM'glniilng to realir.u that no
one or two liopbuylng llrmicau pledge
the hop crop of Oregon ut bankrupt
prices, and already orders nro more com
mon and at a Ulwrnl advanco over form
er prices. Tho arrested market may yet
develop Into a better market.
K. O. Hansen went to Po-tland (hit
morning to receive a lot of hops for Die
U)wls It. Searls Company.
IajwIs It. Hearls went to points north
thlsmorulngito receive .bops for their
The Worst llrothers hop yard will be
Heded down to wheat, Tliey contain-
platen telephone Hue from tlielr yanls
in Polk county.
Thu prico of hop h In the mud In
this county. Two lots have boon sold at
II cetita "nhh,IiiI rontrnct'" It begins
to look like tho buyers are going to pun
IhIi the growers a little because they
would not contract their crop nbeudforn
years. A little more of such dickering
and the farmers will plow up the yanls,
when the occupation of tho agents will
John Hrlsbino, of Forest Grove, sold
on Friday InOOO ismuds of hops at I So a
Official Count In Kentucky Favorite
Taylor for Qoyernor,
llr Asanrlafcil I'reia to the Jimrnnl.
I-ouihvim.r, Nov. 11. In about 05 of
tho 110 counties tho official count was
completed last night. Theso, in net re
sults, show a gain for Taylor,
Chairman Long saya Taylor's plurality
will be ovor 3,000, In Democratic cir
cles, however, there Is no disposition to
concede the Itepubllcxtn claims. Gocbel
says his plurality will bo about 5,000.
Devastation in Jamaica.
llr Asanrlntei! I'reaa l the JnlirnnL
Kinohto.v, Jamaica, Nov. 11. Com
munication with the enstern parts of
tho island, particularly tho section be
yond the lino from Morant liny to Port
Antonio, has been interrupted since
Thursday. This evening however, it is
liolng partially re-established, and ad
vices lrom various points say the heavy
weather culminated In a trcmnduous
hurricane, which during the night part
ly razed the banana parishes. Portland
St. Thomas nnd Morant bay nre reported
severely damaged. Details are anxious
No One Can Pass it By
without An fdiitirlng ghimo when they
kec the exnulhlle display of ehiu.i, ghips
wart, crockery and lmnm at Sonne
man's, where you will ulo Dud it full
line of fresh nnd dried fruits I Mug nil
Iho varieties that the Benson bus furn
ished Including grain, lgs and ralslus
from California. Ym inn Hud the Uvut
o groceries and froMi egelnblus at
Apples nix shlpiHil In from
nnd IXiuglas nnd sell at DO to
Polnliws me iNiughl ut Httlem nt !M
SA ncetmling loipmllty.
l. fit) by
Oct a Uollle.
lowu State lloanl of HmliTi.
Ilium is no bettor dlslufeolaut
piioiu lover, iiiptiuiria, siiiiiiiiha or any
eoutagooils dlseuso, tliim (Jilimi NajH
II lliuld.W State Agent, Snlem.Or,
The Solum Portyfour daueiug club
gave its ll ml jmrty for this sunsort at
Uogn Imll Urtlnemlny evening. Tin!
m 'Hibois wore nearly ull In nttemlunco,
(iwner's orchestra Iitridslilug muhlc.
While there ore oxnnntlunintM nnd
nutl-oxjifiiisluuUts ull ure u guvd that
the "Little Clinmiilon" c.'gnr furuUhei'
he hud foi
.M State at
To cure It Oiipp, itr'n "i, crpccUH)
lie Let. and take Dr. Mile1 Nervine.
Ca-s No Longer Hun to the Oarden
On Pair Qround's Line.
The street cur company this morning
discontinued the service on the Fair
Ground's biaueh of the "big" cur Hue.
A ear bus been running on this
branch from Asylum Avenue ns fur ns
the Garden Ko.ul; from there lo the
Pair Ground ear nre never run regu
larly except during the state fair season.
People on the Garden Itivul will
grontlyJmUs the service to which they
have become accustomed. YVhiln the
trade on this section of the road has
been light nnd liai probably not paid di
rectly, yet It has beenn hnsler for the
in tin Hue and has been n great conven
ience for people in that jmrt of the
Some of the falein merchants object
tg this action of the street ear compuny.
They say that ieopleill Hud it more
Inconvenient to come down town to
.trade. One merchant suvs that ho has
serious tho'ights of discoutinuhm bis
lylectrlo lights if his trade is tnlnrcd by
the failure of the our Kervice.
Killed by a Tree.
Ohant'b Pahs, NoMI -C. tirant Toi
ping, llllam's Onvk, lost his life Wed.
newl.iy, while cutting down a tree. In
some tuauner the tree turned In falling
and rauuht thu uiifortuuuto mini !..
twwn it nnd another tree, cnmhlng him '
ho iMiny mat no men hi u short
tioiB, no was uooui tuiriy-nve years
hi fcv, iimi icii ii wiiuiw ami nvo cull-
iireu. lie was a member of the A. O.
U. W. Tho fuuornl will Ut hnl.l Kim.
Pukiito Gaiikm.0, Venezuela, Nov.
11. General Parades absolutely refuses
to agree to nny proiiosnl of surrender.
A conference wns held elwceu the
llrltlsh, German, Dutch nnd American
cnptnlns here, nnd us n result V. W.
Kussell, sccretnry of tho Unltiil
Htntcs legntlon, wns sent to discuss tho
matter with General Parades nnd to try
to effect an arrangement, lie proved to
be delimit, nnd Intimated to Mr. Kussell
that ho was ready to fight nny force
General Castro would send against him.
I'iiii.adki.I'iiia, Nov. 11. As the re-
sultof an Investigation conducted by an
anti-Quay newspiior, live men, all resi
dents of Washington, were held in hull
for court on charges of repeating, imper
sonating election officers and making
The ilefcuduiits are; John F, RUw
ban, II. M. Drlnkert, William II. Cook,
Hurry McCain and George Klrklund.
All but one are said to be in tho govern
It developed that Klrklund had liecn
employed by tho nowsiKipor mentioned
to enter the conspiracy. Ho was the
principal witness today.
The testimony Involved several
prominent Kepublicuu politlcnus in this
city nnd a lieutenciit of the cnpitol
iwllee nt Washington. The fraud is
alleged to huvo been accomplished in
the i:ith division of tho seventh wnnt,
nnd the election papers of this division
wore produced in evidence.
The returns show til a vote of!i:i7 for
Jumes N. Ikiruett, the Republican can
didate for state treasurer, and live for
William T. Creasy, the Democrntlo cun-ilidnte.
BLOW UP A SAFE
Titusvii-lk, Pn Nov. 11. Three
masked robbers blow open tbe safe at
the railway ticket office last night and
securcd-aboutflM. Tho Bandits then
went to n disorderly house nnd proceed
ed to relieve the proprietress and In
mates of valuables amounting $1,000
worth jewelry and 500 in cash.
Chief of Pollco McGrath and Officer
Shceliy attempted to make an arrest.
A pitched bnttlo ensued. Threo shots
struck McUrnth. Officer Sheohy was
shot in the mouth inflicting a dangerous
wound. Itobljera escaped. Later the
dead Isxly of one robber was found.
The store to purchase youf dty goads and clothe
s i m
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KAIKI WASH SILKS, assorted colors, 25c per yard.
BLANKETS, all wool, from 2.50 a pair up, Also cheap ones in stock.
MACKINTOSHES for ladies and gents, girls and boys, a large assortment at extremely 0,
CAPES AND JACKETS; nice, new and nobby; going at 60c on the dollar, be sure an
see them, , na
AEN'S SUITS from 4.00 up. Boys' 1.25 up.
OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS, lowest prices prevail.
DRESS GOODS aud linings, outing flannels and flannels. Immense assortment, prices fta
TRUNKS AND VALISISES; we are headquarters for bargains in these goods.
HATS AND CAPS in Litest styles.
llr AaaiH'iateil I'reaa tn the Journal,
c.itcAoo. Nov. ii. a counterfeiting; UMBRELLAS, we carry a great variety from 50c up.
curti.od by the police nt 210 Huron REMEMBER, for anything in dry goods or clothing go to
streot. Mr. and Mm. Harry Fay, tho
occupants of the lint, were nurcstcd, nnd
the pollco believe thoy have broken up
In gang of desperadoes that have become
exceedingly lively hero of late. Tho
women confessed that she and her hus
band were counterfeiters, nnd nlso im
plicated n mnn ns Ed Kogers. Captain
Porter, of tho secret service, took charge
of the implements nnd spurious coin.
The prisioners will lie tnkeu before tho
1'nlted Ktntcs commissioner.
Latett From Cape Town.
llr Aaaiic-lntetl I'reaa la lue Juurunl.
Capk Town, Wednesday. News from
Mafoking states an Monday that thu
Uoers' shelled tho town, and were twice
repulsed. Tuesday and Wednesday
there was a general attack, and were
again repulsed. The Poors' loss is fifty
British loss it light. Thursday shell
ing by heavy guns was renewed. Fri
day there was desultory rllllo fire and
an ocenlbonnl shell.
Murder and Suicide.
Au.rntown, Pn., Nov. 11. George W.
Kern, proprietor of a hotel shot himself
nnd Ills wife. Tho couple had not been
living togethor lately.
Friedman's New Racket, Cor, Com. and State-sts,
A hot time
Tnat's what they have In the Old
Town occnslonnlly, and its only
enjoyed by n few, but overyliody
Served in the best of Home Cook
ing ut the
St Elmo Restaurant,
George Bros., Props.
THE PEST HOUSE.
Latest News Prom Otis,
llr Aaauelnleil I'reaa la (be Juurunl.
WAsiu.NriTO.v, Nov. 11, Tin cu d!s-
iatcliesJrom Otis were received today,
"Manila Severe typhoons over Panny
the last two days havo impeded the
marchiiigof Hughes troops. Ills column
Is several mlleiTsouthwest of Ho llo. In
surgents have abandoned strong de
fenses in thut section.
Manila Law ton pushing troops
through on I.upttdlmgnl and Han (Jiien
tin road, but country submerged, places
his rellnnce on the cavalry, n few
Infnutrv nml native 6couts.
MaoArthur commenced an advance
this morning nml struck u battalion of
the enemy, which left 20 dead on the
Held. Our casualties Wfro thivo
Ur. Hull's Cough Sytup U not a Com.
niiin every tiny cough mixture. Ii U a
marvelous remedy for nil the wimble
Mime nml (Ungeroui complications re
suiting from a cold In tho head, tlinmt
clicst or lungs. Sold foriAeU
TO ENCOUnAOE IMMIGRATION.
Chamber of Commerce Laying Plans for
Sending Out An Agent.
At a meeting of the Salem Chamber of
Commerce Friday afternoon plans wore
discussed for encournulng immlurutinn
Into this section.
0. 11. Mnrkhum, generil passenger
agent for tho S. P. It. P., wns present
nnd tho matter of advertising the Wil
lamette valley nnd bringing its ad
vantages beforo intending immigrant
was thoroughly canvassed.
President Goo. H. Gray nnd Secretary
II. fl. Thiclson were appointed a com
mittee to devise somo plan for sending
un ngent east to work up Immigration.
Tho committee previously npointed
to prepare the endorsement of the
chamber for the Willamette university'h
plan of raising money, brought in a
report which was adopted, nnd the nil
dress will soon bo mnde public.
Woman Reform Worker.
Mrs. Ada Unruli, the national organ-
iner of the W. C. T. U., Is in the city
nud sM)ke this afternoon ut thu W. C.
T. U. bull on "An Hour In llabyland."
It wns a practical talk on a subloct
which Mrs. Unruh Jins extended Into a
voluume which she hopes to have pub
llshod hi the coming year.
A reporter of Tju Jouunal was nres
cut ami n report will npmnr hi this
paper, Mrs. Unruh leaves tho city Mon
day for Portland, where she speaks In
the law enforcement campai;:n. Tills
tutcutcd woman is the guest of Ilov.
McKillop aud will be glad to see any
Halem ladles Interested in reform work.
It Has Been Bu It by the City on the
County Poor Harm,
An impression seems to prevail in
somo quarters, or at least Is being
fostered, that "the county has construc
ted the new pest house on tho poor
This Is n mistake. The county fur
nished the ground upon which to build,
but has paid nothing toward tho expense
of construction. That outlay tins been
liorno by tho city.
Such n building wns badly needed by
lxith city uud county, nnd It will I o
Jointly used by them.
Fou C x X
lite, w M
At prices that are right, see
F. W. Hollis & Company
First Door North of Postofficc.
Beach & Bowers Appear At the Opera
This evening one .of the liest minstrels
attractions ever seen in tills city will
appear, uud they uro Peach k lio'wers'
famous all while Minstrels. It is no
loo count-eniloo company, hut it has
Hftyurtists, nud every one hns some
thing to do nud does It well.
Malingers Pnttou bnvo decided to
give their patrons u chance to witness
a Minstrel comimnv nt nonulnr nrlces
:'.'), CO uud 75.
LuOrlppe, destroys thousands of
icoplu. It iiiuv be quickly cured by
)ne Minute Couirli Cure, that, mo
il uc.es Immediate results In cough,
colds nnd throat and lung trouble.
Il will prevent consumption. .Stone's
Saturday night minstrels ul Heed.
NEW STOVES FOR OLD!
A)If you want a nice, new
steel range or a better stove
than you have, we will make
liberal allowance for your old
one in exchange.
"vBuy the "Home" Air Tight
Stove, and the "Home" Steel
Range -- made at Salem - the
best Heating and Cooking
Stoves on the market.
STEINER & BERGER, 130 State Street.
For stylish millinery ut reasonable
prices, see Miss Smith Slate St. 11-0-Iw
Prepare for a Siege.
You utv not surrounded by armed sol
diers, but it will le giKxl Mil lev to pro
,wre for the bad roads by buying n good
supply of groceries from Hninsou & Pa
II. M. Westervelt, Portland ; K. C.
Walton, A.. M. Hyrd, A.J. McKinnoii,
Wilson, I. 0
Mnrkhnm, Portland; K II Lnpcdi
F; J A Jones, Nowliorg, Or; ,
.Mitchell, A C Mark, S T; Miss
Mrs. Wiggings has re-oiHined her
Art Studio, in the llolmnu house
corner Court nud Cottuge streots
Studio hours Monday nnd Wedues
dny 'i'.'M und.VItO p" in., nud Sat
urday 0 a. m. to 1 p. in. For terms
nnd information cull ut studio. Vis
itors always, welcome.
Jliwjuht received n very large shipment of ludnw' tailor madu siilUin all colors
and priccjjfitmifS.Waiid uii. Alsoulaia aliiiwwm of Uolf i'AWf, pud ladlca'
lid wisse' Jackets hi blue, brown, grHu aud tun. Xw iinde'v! nml nmckln.
UUU l.KADHIti Kid gloi uiual to
any f l.oO glove in the ulty for 1 1 .00.
A E. Praser, 265-271 Comrnercial sf.
JpVVVti carry (he aruet line of coooU in the city.
Yew Park Grocery.
(4 Fresh Oreinm lluck.
A wheat Hour, 10 lb sacks,
4 . iM llll.l.,l.LJ
'Maple syrun (n bulk.
Tavlor's co I ubmiuil
butter always on hand.
Wo throw protlta to the winds aud sell yon ull of our comforts and any
of the Uittercotton blankets nt u big cut from the regular list. They oc
cuppy our big ilisplay table that ww'IJ, necil for Holiday (Soods shortly,
and we've got to clean the in out.
Those lllg f 1.45 comforts
Thotl.20 roinforU ....
Tliwf 1.0U comforls . . .
The liOo comfoi ts
See Big Display in north window.
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
Jameson, C II
J no S
Ml I.. v
f .M,.llt. . X. .Ill HI. Fa .X
Davis. Jno Smith. Chcaee: W W Per.
rival, It I) Cooper. Independence; It K
Held, HVi W I. Mason, Now Yerk: M
A Loosloy, F L Armstrong, Klnmuth
1-iills; F I) Shields, Portland; I, M
urown, nie naiies.
The Smallpox Scare
Has nothing to do with tbe cut rates
east over the Northern Pacific railroad.
Come in and let us give you full Informa
tion, rates, etc. Wo have the beet
equipped train and best fervico of anv
rniiroau to nil .Missouri river iolnts.
Dining cur nnd upholstered tourist
sleepers on each troi;.. Como in nnd
see us. Thomas, Watt A Co.
Hns He a License,
One Salem school teacher who is mi
ailvocnto of vnccinnntlon urges people to
buy vaccine nnd vaccinnto themselves
and tlielr families. Isn't this medical
practice? Has he a license to proi-crilio?
We are selling a good side lift Lantern, made
of 1X tin, for 50c.
This js a good lantern made of extra heavy tin
and nrst-class in every respect,
Other lanterns at a proportionale price.
Cor.' Stato and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
To CLOSE OUT
Good feed and care is what your hors
needs to enablo him to carry you safely
home. This and a good rig can be had
at the old Postollice stables,
11 0 eod GilliXm A Ihtowu
Mrs. K. Spanldlng fell and brokohorlei!
at Newlmrg the other dav in a defective
Admlul Dewey's Weddlnc.
ery few could attend the wedding of
Admiral Dewey, but many can out their
hot Sunday dinner at Tho White
ltecorder Judah this morning imposed
a penalty of 10 days confinement onKd
Lnng, for drunkluness, but Mispended
sentemv to allow the man to leave ttie
1 m ..
English Beef Captured.
Notwithstanding ihi. Itrmr ....... I
the 1m! IniendMl for Kimberley there
ni be the best of roasts, including
chicken, for the usual Sunday dinner at
the Wonder Hestaurant.
At Avenue green hoosea Friday. Sat
unUv and humUy, if vou like. :Very
body invited, free to all 11.9 at
1,1 0"lcr to make room for our Im
mouse Holiday Lines wo huvo derided
i.j uii.no 0111 our i.iuos or French urn!
American Perfume nnd Toilet Articles
such ns '
CREAM U ROSES,
CREAM LA ALMONDS
For the lace and hands.
VIOLET WATER, ETC.
These L'oods nro to h cii.l n ,Q .1.1.1
or nniwliulf nt il... i.. ..i , "'"
FRANK S. DEABORN'S
Tlie Salem Wood Yanl has for
sa e u lot of large and small oak,
ash and llr wood in four foot
lengths. The wood is dry and
sound, and for sale cheap.
,, , , D. S. KEKTLEY & CO.
IM.Im 310 Front, cor Chemeketo
TIB EDS OPEHA HOUSE
I'ATrON IIH08.. Icw ami Manatfrt.
S aturday, Nov, 11
And the finest uni'
formed band in the
world. X X X
Latest From Cuba.
, u ai wie tooacco crop ig $afe and
Salem buyers can oblahiaTl of the Sue
Muality nmled to make liiclroim
clgara for all smolors.
A. VAST ORGANIZATION
noyouJ quettlou reter, belter and wpariorW
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Monarohs of tho Minstrel World
Watch for our grand Uniformed Bind
Street Parade nt 11 :30 a. m.
Lower Floer: 75c.
Gallery: 24,60 and 7JC.
Farm to Rent.
Good farm In Linn couuty to b
proper person. Inquire of E. M. Cro
lean, implement dealer, Salem, Or
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