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SPEBlflL SALE KODAKS
Capes and Jackets, Furs and Mackintoshes, J j C !
26 per cent off.
20 per cent off.
Hero is tho clianco to get a comfortable and
stylish Jacket at i off Cash Prices.
Cloth, PlitNh or Golf Capes will all bo sold at a
discount of 20 per cent.
25 per cent olf.
See display at
20 per cent off.
Mink, Martins. Baltic Seals, in fact all furs that
are fashionable Hoas and Collarottes ' nnd
up all subject to 20 per cent discount.
20 per cent off,
Ladles' and Children's, f2 up to flO.
regular Cadi l'rico.
R A, LEGG, Proprietor,
HOP GROWERS MEET.
A LEAKY PIPE.
Escape Stagnant Oas the Source of Trouble at
j the City Hall
To Consider Whether They Can
Being Hurled at Coun'.y Expense.
Tho hop growers meeting culled
1 o'clock this triduy afternoon, at the , in locating the source of tho disagreeable
Hotel Wlllamotte, has brought 'growers odors which have been causing trouble
to the city from all sections oi .Marion at the eity hall,
The smelling committee has succeeded
aot COMMBItOIAI. ST,
fl Holiday Slock! j
For Young and Old,
WHERE USEEULNESS COMBINES WITH NOVELTY TO
MAKE THE REMEMBRANCE
THESE PRACTICAL TIMES
ABNE THAN THESE: .
BILK WAIST PATTERNS
A LASTING ONE, AND IN
WHAT IS MORE ACCEPT-
Remnant Sale Now On
r J.J. DALRYMPLE & COMPANY i
Sidney Power Co.
Everyrsack guaranteed. X
Atade from old wheat. In
quire of your grocer, or tele
pnone No. 51.
Ice Not Qivcn Away.
I cannot;afford to give Ico away, but
m relllng a puro article at u price that
Is within lliu reach of nil.
... Chymtai. Ic Woiikh.
J. Magulro, Prop. 15 tf
New Sights For Christmas.
What could afford tho old folks who
rsquro aid (or failing vision, more real
jdeWne than good glasses that will open
to tho dimmed and ageing oyes, now
sights and ploaiurcs, and bring them
bock to tho days of tholr youth? I guar
ante that every pair of glasses I sell
shall lw made euy, comfortable, restful
ami a means 01 preservation to tno old
Glasses for Christmas presents will be
refitted after Christmas. Prices to sat
isfy your heail and lit your purse,
Examination of thu eyos treo.
fl r I IS I .. Ti' ?Mner rugta. will not Iwngent
I hfi Pa 3PA lUlarlttt ?;.". 'J .t;m,0,f"'mn '"Uwrlnl Piano
I IIU rdlaUD IVIal Kul 1'olish. IwillnotlHirvswmNlbloforanol.
1111 just us good. 'Iho Portland business
R. 1). Men.
KllngerA Ueck,8ucceiiaors to aouthBalem
All ordors for bottled beer will Imi filled
at the brewery. Kopt on cold storage.
Freo city delivery. Telephone 211.
ill Qll your onler for a roast,
broil or fry of lioef, mutton,
pork or sausage. Corned leef.
nicely cooked, boned and pressed
ready to slice for your luuch.
We havo our own delivery man.
Your patronage solltltod.
MOYER & EDWARDS,
college distributing agents.
13a State SL
Friday night and Saturday occasional
y-; ' , rr '
"Ono Ulnuto Cough Curt, m the
best remedy I evor used for coughs
and cold. Write II. n winn,,...,
(Jotitryvllle", Ind. It Is tho only harm'-
. iuiucuj limb gives immcuiuto rc-"uHl-
Uures croup, pnoutnnnlu, bron
chltU nnd lung trouble, Its curly
iiso prevents consumption, stone
Home-made confectionary, pound
take, rich fruit cake nnd other kinds
froshdmked, ready for your holiday
feast, at the IIouk H.ikkuv,
'" IW Commercial Street.
SANTA CLAUS HAS FATH-
GMED THE FEMININE
and has ascertained that there Is nntb.
lug that will mako HdaiiM with delight
tike iianusomo cuina ware, gianswaru,
lamps or set When yon wish to mako
u present that will U received with Joy,
one of our oxinlsltu dinner or tea seU.iu
handsomely d(coreted china orwnl-por-telaln
will bo recelvel with the groatent
M Td!i1i lie 31
Out 178 Days,
llio good ship CriMla has Jiwt nrrlxwl
JHh n wrgn of the onltdinitml (ilnut
Portland Cement. Plenty on hand and
for sale. AIo M.000 fwtt dmlii tile wt
D. S, BENTLEY k COMPANY.
310 Front atreot.
EVERYTHING AT COST.
TI10 entire stock of thoOsloru Racket
Store, ppX)lto Postolllee. Salem,
Oregon, is now Initng Haerlllceil at cost.
Jvo Reserve I No Foolishness! Every.
thillisGoesI The stuck rninMilnnri
of Hlioef, Underwear. Hats and Ohiu
Dolls, Notions, (ieutlemun and Indies'
riulerwour. CelebratMl "lliilliiir.w,!,,,.
at I, formerly V.
OSBURN'S RACKET STORE
The Ben Bon
Has new proprletrosj who willcoutln.
no to wrve ull patrons with the freshest
stock of best confectionery and fruits.
A reireshlng drink of soda or cider and
tho best of cigars at 138 State Street.
11 1' lii Mhs. A. Cuktis.
county ns well as many from the out
The growers seem to be all much In
fuvor of tho Oregon Hopgrowers Asoe
iittlon, nnd to hope that much good wilt
b accomplished by co-operation.
Tho hop market has not been In nn
oncouraging state lately, and tho ten
dency of prices has been downward.
Within the last week, however, there
have lieeA signs of a revival .of interest
on tho part of buyers. More inquiries
have been made, nnd the market seems
to lie stiffening somewhat. J
Tho association is having an iullucucc
to keep grower from getting panicky
and giving their hops away.
Of course dealers are not encouraging
tho association, although it is hard to
see how it can injuro the legltmate
dealer, unless ho fears that the market
ing of tho crop through tho. aeeoclntlon
In large quantities will lcavo less room
for the swarm of commission men who
now mako a living out of the business
and therefore out of the grower.
There was a preliminary meeting of
the nlllcers and directors of the asso
ciation in the parlors of tho Hotel Will
amette before noon. Tho main meet
ing 'was held in the Turner block being
called to order shortly aftor ono o'clock,
with an attendance of about 100 hop
growers. At tho directors meeting a number of
propositions were unanimously agreed
upon, to be submitted to the growers,
and all growers are urged to hold their
hops nnd neither sell .nor consign until
(hoy hear what these propositions nro.
It is supposed that tho mysterious se
crecy which seems to bo necessary now
ma be dlsiolled later
After the meeting In tho Turner block
was called to order by Pres. Jones, Dr.
.1, W. Hill was elected chairman of the
W. II. Holmes was railed 011 ami
raised tho question as to thu object of
tho meeting and us to whether it was
proer for any one hut growers to bo
M. L, Jones answered this question
by naying that it should properly Is) n
growers business meeting and that It
would Ih lietler if no dealers were pres
ent. Turning then to the group of half
11 dozen dealers nnd commission mou in
tho northwest corner of tho hall ho said :
"Gentlemen wo will bo glad to see you
later." This .hint was effective and
tli representatives of tho buyers filed
Chairman Hill was then called iiou
and uddntsxed thu meeting. He thought
that there had neon about talk enough
and the time had arrived to do something.
A plan had been formulated by thu
otllcers of thu Oregon Hop flrovora
.WocHtlnii for siibmlsHlon to tho grow
He then read un outline of tho plan,
which is substantially as follews:
All hops to bo turned over absolutely
to tho Association for sale; Vb ceuter
These hops to ho nlncod in the lmn.lH
of tho banks of I-idd & Rush, Salem;
i.auii 11110 . roriianu. ami tn.i ijin.
don & California Hank, of San l'nm
dii'o, as trustees.
hnile to be in the hands of a committee
iitiislstlngof tho president of tho afso
clitiou. and another memlKir to lie a
iKiiutcd by nbovo named trustees; theoe
to teleot a third If necessary.
All exiHiuaes. storage.' Iinuiniuru.
grading etc. to be mild out of the .. cent
commission. Sifrplus If any logo to
Proceeds to bo prorated among all
growers contributing hops "according to
gnule of each lot.
Mo advances to l made. Receipt is
sued which would bo negotiable.
Anv grower who deglnw 11111M iilm
hi hoM with tho association at a price
um I,- mill.
This plan becmed to U ftoll roeolved,
and ua.1 under iIIsoiishIoii as TuuJotm
Ai. went to pros.
A. Mueller of the Star llrewory, Port
land, was In town today.
Hon. Tim DavoniKirt of Bllvorton is
in tho city for a few days.
Mis. John Krauwo has gsnu to seiid
a few days nlth her mother at Eu.
Mrs. I K. Italloy, of the national W.
0. T. V. went to Marlon to tectum this
Mrs. Frank M. Cerlnl, and daughter
who !mo been vtsttlHg at the homo of
Jim llrown, and tuxiive llrown, left
today for Oakland, Od.
Nat lngell, nf Jacksonville, a mem
ber .f the Mitchell hold-up legislature
that never organised was In town today.
A minute leak in the gas-nine over
the city marshnll's ofllco has given off
enough gas to spoil tho pleasure of
breathing tho air affected thereby, es
pecially in tho water company's ofllec
immediately overhead. Tho gas from
this pipe, not being used, gets stagnant
nnd by?omu process of deromonltion,
becomes exceedingly offensive, rivaling
in that respeet sewer gas itwlf.
Thu pipe is being fixed, and there will
lx no more trouble from this source.
Rev. David II. Moore, D. D of Cincin
nati, Ohio, will arrive in this city to
morrow morriing, and tomorrow even
ing nt 8 o'clock ho will deliver his great
lecture on "Morgan's Raid" In tho
First Methodist church, and preach in
the Mime place Sunday morning. Dr.
Moore is tho editor of the Western
Christian Advocate, piiblishoJ In Cin
cinnati, and one of tho great men of
the Methodist Episcopal church. lie
caino to tho Pacific Coast to dedicate 11
church in Los Angeles, and he is now
on his return trip. 0 IiIh lecture Judge
Herman L. Lihboy, of Ohio said: "In
its kind it is unequalcd ly anything I
ever Jiearil," and it i described as
abounding in wit, humor nnd pathos.
Dr. Moore at the lime of the Raid, was
a soldier nnd ho took a iietlvo part in the
capture of Morgan. For tho lerturo no
ndmis'don feo will ho charged. It is
Holiday Goods 'of
All descriptions at
Prices the lowest in the city
HOUDAY GOODS j!
We ores-cut our stock nf goods to the attention of the eople
with tho assurance that it is notsurns?ed in extent, char
acter or low price.
Make your selections
Now for the Holidays,
TOILET WARE, DESK GOODS, NOVELTIES.
EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN SILVER AND GOLD
GOODS, SOME NICELY JEWELED.
ALSO FINE LINES OF WATCHES AND DIA
See our Guaranteed
$15 Gold Filled Watches.
Sterling Silver Umbrellas and Walking Sticks. !ivo us
a call. Wo can sac you money, as we buy in large quan
tities nnd direct from the ManufnJturers.
S.. W- THOMPSON
Announcement Extraordinary From Fried
man of Friedman's New Racket.
Tho Salem Water Co., Is about to re
move its olllces into the rooms formerly
occupied by tho Frst National bank on
Commercial street. This move may
not be jiermnnent, nnd Is the result of
the ofllce in the city hall Udng filled .
with sower gas nnd other foul nlr. It
seems the plumbing nnd drainage in
that building nro so defective as to Imi a
constant menanco to the health of
persons on tho second floor. The com
mittee of the council on health mid
K)Hco lias tho matter In unnd and hopes
to locate mid overcome the defeats fo
thoroughly us to again mako the olllces
Rest (iiu.si'mtbii suoaii. ... J0 lbs for $ 1.00
IJkst niiA.Ntii.ATKU sen Ait . .. per bag f 5.00
IlKST MTA.NDAIlll TOJIATOKS .J cnllS lor .L'i)
Rest ata.nuaiiii coils 3 cans for .25
Rest nixx'K match m per bunch .01
STIIICn.V I'ANCV IMI'OltTKO FIIH.NVH WllN ............ per CIU! .15
Fancv kanterx riiANiiKUiitus . per quart .10
KxTltl IJUAI.ITV ITI.I. CUEAM CMKRM5. . . .' peril) .15
Vbiiv choice mush roon ( Wheat Flnko) large packages 10
Ami & hammhii MiA,nui.K ' per lb .05
IIkst con nsii per lb .10
Svnur (choice) hi gnllou pails .50
Huokwhrat ru)un, (odara.ntkhi, I'UitH) pur 10 lb sack ,:i5
litWT STA.NDAKI) IIIIANDS l'M)t)lt lit 75
Hit. Prick's ciieam baki.no imwdbh per 1 lb tins .I55
Peach maiimalade, extiia kink ktciiii ,'i
F.CV JIKKCKII HWKBT INJTATOIW 10 11)8 for .'J5
Choice mixed caniiv M lbs for .125
Wul nuts, Almonds, Ilrnxilnuts, Filberts, Pecans, Peanuts, etc., nil at prices
thntdefy coniiK'titlon. Couivniid i-ee us. Very Itoept.
There was n great turnout thursdav
evening to welcome two noble elks
Messrs. Voder and Tooze Into thu 11.
P. O. K. fraternity.
I-nrd In bulk at Kppley's. 11 18 tf
" " s m st
A. K. Kerry, Reston, S. M. (JillKirt,
"owbur,;, i. ,j. Unllngher, S. F.; F.
iiiMi'i, ii. ti. Wright, Portland; Dan
iel Gnliy. James M.I'iil-Ii. .MoMiinn-ui...
J. 0. Miller, W. A. Harris, A. Jones!
Gaston Or. ; Clias. Miunr.
H. U. Selby. J. W. Chandler. Snn
J-ninclsciJ. h. Ransom, Utioa. N. Y.:
Ilonrl Clrossitt, M'g'r Miss IllalrCo.j
Gitirgoll. Hoiomlon, Hubbard; M. L.
Jones, Urooksj Win. Ames, Sllvertonj
John I). D.ily, Corvnlhs. City; Walter
i iisp, twMHibiiru; I'lhrnrd F. Wil.
lis, Graham Glass, Jr., Tlioiiuia Collin
"".John - Gurnce. J. M. Pouter, W.
A. H III ums, J. W. Hill, Sum S. Gold
smith, Harvey V, l.otinsburg.
Auction- Sale of Salem Ileal Estate.
The Salem Building and Loan Association will
sell at Public Auction the Real Estate here listed:
lot, good houco on Front between Union nnd Division.
1 lot, 3 houses on Commercial St., corner Hush.
128 x Ni'l feet, good house and barn on 15th, corner II. St.
1 lot, good house mid barn on Highland nve. Itctween Ash and Pine.
i! lots, good house, corner Columbia mid Ith Sts., Comptou's Addu.
I lot, house and barn on Liberty between River nnd Academy Sts.
1 lot, houso nnd barn on 15th St , corner Nebraska.
- lots, house nnd barn on Oak St., corner Maple, Highland.
50 ft. lot on University St., corner Ilie.
1 lot on Commercial M. between South and River Sts.
Half Interest In part of 1 acre lying nlong Mill Creek between l.llsirty and
Ill ft. lot, good Iioiihu on 12th St. lietween Mission and Lee.
lh lots.k'ood bouse on Lilierty St. at Mill creek.
Ijirge lot good house and barn on 22nd between Ferry and Trails.
50 ft. and house on 2lrd, between Ferry and Traile.
1 lot, good house and barn on l.'tth hctueou Mission and Lee.
1 lot. corner lllth and 1-eo.
1 lot , good house and bum on 13th Ixdween Wtdlen and 1 lines.
I lot, good house and Uirn, corner Highland and Ijiunil Avo's.
K lot, good hoiiM), Commercial and Dlvidou.
14 lot, gixxl house and barn, Commercial and Divltdou,
Title to all Property
will be Guaranteed,
Sale to to takoplaco Saturday. Dec. Oth, at 10 a. in., I)
gluing nt 12th St., between Mission and Leo.
For imrticulur call at olllce of
SALEM BUILDING LOAN ASS'N,
No. 256, Commercial Street, Salem.
The nubile is probably aware that
nearly all goods arc advancing, every
thing that we havo to buy now, each
time wo mako a purchase we havo to
pay more for the same articles.
Friedman don't beliovo III that kind
of humbugs, there is no necessity in the
advance of prices of manufactured
goods, for the raw material has not ad
vanced in proportion, Tho advance in
the prices of goods by the wholesalers Is
a fake dodge on the retailers to unload
their old stock nt an advanced price. Ry
the time tho retailers are well, stocked,
by spring, goods will drop about 20 per
cent ormore, so those who carry up n full
stock now, will be compelled to pay nn ex
tortian of 20 per cent now mid tho ono
who will open u new business in the
spring will save from 20 to 40 per cent
ami will therefore stop buying ami go
We are making full arrange
ments to go East in the spring
for an entire new stock. Our
store is full of goods, bought nt extreme
ly low prices, except n few muslins and
calico, which wo lately purchased, wo
will make a icductlon on all lines ex
cept a few staples of from 20 and .'10 per
cent, on enpes which wo havo a new
stock of 35 per cent, on tho latest styles
nf ladies new Jackets, -10 per cent from
the nctuat calo mark, wo will sell all
ladies fine shoes for less than i of what
It cost to manufacture them, wo will sell
overcoats nnd ulsters for less than they
can be manufactured, wo will mako n
reduction on all men's clothing of 30
per cent, on children's clothing 25 per
cent, our reductions will astonish you on
all lines of goods.
For we aro going to unload, wo must
ompt)our counters nnd shelves of goods,
and If they nre not sold fast enough, we
will uso foice to eonqiel people to lake
the goods ort our hands, UioBe v,
out to purchaso goods and wanl ,lre
money, will bo well repaid by co'.
first to Freedman'i, New Racket '
Friedman has nover hnd to .-l ,
the ,f.k. dodgo of selling goods 7,
retiring from business, for no S r
necesWy If you actually mean bu.
We nover stop for cost outsell tliern
Friedman has sovernl ti,.J?; .
from business without advertising
ho was going out of business, ti.: .
tllintf Mint: tlm tmlitln 1.- ,
, x i . '"""" "" lie was oni
of business, but you will find In m2
towns fukos and fakirs that aro ttU
selling at cost or retiring from bu8,
yet you will find thorn until lau ,'
night in tho samplo rooms of the Drum
mors, continually buying from whoej!
will credit them. There nr I?
l's New Racket aro on .to them t'em in Salem, but you will also notU
therefore stop buying and go to that Friedman was tho only one i!
closed out those who actually rcllrcl
within tho last two years in Salem.
Although ho pays an auctioneer',
license, he has preferred to go hi.
rather than tako n fake auction 'sal.
One more word to tho wise, doyouino '
what it menus selling at coif The mm.
who Is able to discount his bills ,ji
buy from 10 to 15 per cent chear and
oven got 0 to 7 per cent off for ca
than tho one who has to sell m
and beg for a 2 or 4 months credit, who
isnlways at tho mercy of the house
whom he purchases his goods of. There
fore, thcro nro several houses In falem
that buys that way and they certain!
sell cheaper and innko n handsome profit
over and anovu thoio who are sellim
at cost. e
Friedman hits nleo tho advantages In
purchasing nnd Is about tho only one
has purchased bankrupt stock in Salem
In tho last two year.
Friedman's Now Racket is nt the cor
ner of State and Commercial Six. Saleni
Closing out the
Oil P1I1K STOCK.
Everything in the store will be sold absolutely
at first cost, not even freight added. Now is
the time to get your pictures framed; your
house papered fine new stock of wall paper.
ADD XV i
Immense stock of Carpets. It will pay you to
get them now, from 25c a yard up. Only a
short time left in which to dispose of this stock.
All thoso indebted to the firm of Rotan &
Irwin, or J. A. Rotan, for merchandise will
Dlease call and scttlo Immediately with
Second. Door South of the Postofiice.
i i i i i 'i
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF '
i weekdays makes
holiday, Sunday or
no ililforonce to n
ma I THE LEADER
it Uh Me to select your Christmas unwents.
MIy goods is larger than ever. We nro show ng iome excellent
WJtam tmmtr mw bh uiswiwure uoartmmt.
A henKfiljwiij-OTcelftl dinner set of 57 piece for 10.78.
ftotkWjr Rit4m In ul colors. No. 6 to U, 6 rents per yard. Ne VI to , I0c
twwiisjnr t tuoklng very low prieM on Cwa apd Jackal.
W 365-271 Commercial St
150 bushels. J.
"' 'w '
W. Mauley, South
I : very lady in town is familiar'
with the dainty oreatlonswiliat
shown In the window nnd inside.
We now have them all arranged '
n the show ease according to'
price, nnd you can make your'
eicciion easily, o cents to ll.l.t.
Linen (ioods on the shelf.
IjuIIcs linen 4 for 25 cents.
Hotter goods, 10, It, 2.1, and 45c.
Men's linen, hemstitched, lie.
Hotter goods, IS, 23, 35. 35. and
The values in ull tlmso we know
ar K'tter than others show.
Mittens nnd Knit Goods
Infants dainty mittens In white
una colore! from lOo up. Silk
ones at 23 cents.
Misses heavy yarn and fine yarn,
liidles' tine yam wool mittsms
14e up to l5o.
Indies tine silk mittens from 47e
up to tl.itt.
These values wo know are the
!Mcn's Dress Gloves
I big assortment of the knit gloves M
I in ftishmero and yarn. In the 5
uno .Mocna gooiis witn ami wttli-2
out taffeta lining, and in the 5
Hiiriu nvtveti ilium dogskin Willi H
mid without fur tops. R
From the small ooin purse at 4c
ill) to the ladies' tine heals at 50c,
75o. 86V', and 11.00. Tho 75c
sterling mounted ones aro partic
ularly flue, while tho lino nf 22. til
2.1. and 2ft cent ones never h en. I
eiiialel in our rtore. jjj
Nicitcl Plated Ware
man a appetite. He wants tho best to
be had at all times and that's why so
many pauoime tno
r.!l.. IL..,,,. 1KJ ..j
uu uuiiou lU'Maiirain.
108 State st, Sntom, sml
Elmo Rest turaiif,
244 Commorolal st., Salem
IN THE VALLEY. CONSISTING OF
$MunS&u phcen,x shoes'
ALSO CARRIAGE AND WAGON
MATERIAL OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
tiKORGK RRO.S., Proprietors.
UK EDS OI'KRA HOLSE
I'AtTtlN HltOd . !, al Jit
good things in facoliiators,
g Resides ull tli
Yew Park Grocery.
Fresh Oitvnn ltueL.
Maple syrun ia bulk.
putter always on liamJ.
thore'sa lot nf
Miawis, inianis IuhkU, Itootus,
wunues. etc., all nt lowest racket '
Men's Holiday Slippers
Rig value in those goods from
70 cents. j
Tho chmneot possible good a forM
kitchen ami table iihj
Nickel plaleil eofTee pots in cop-"
per nr steel; nickle pluted teaA
ihjIs in copper or steel.
N'iekle plated small range kettles
In copper or steel. Prices on all 5
thteo very low 5
Tliuy aro Iwst stundanl goods, m
A dainty hrasM kottle and alcohol B
hiniiL KSI ri,nt.
Our trade on tine dolls, doll lien.la i
and doll rigs generally, is startup J
in very eany. ir.c seu-etion ig
ueuernow man u win do later.'
Conm early If jou want your pick !
Fluo mirrors too, and toilet sets i
On game, blooks, books, toys, iron tralne. njeiihanloal tops, toy
trunks, trunks, urinuct. steamboats, and w.oiwe havo a big lino
luwiieui imiiiui very rMisoiinuio nrlctts. Uoiuo anil sco. 1 r in-
i, in . ,,.., . . '.".. ... .--w
THE KVEWjDF YEARS.
Presenting the great
soSn hrethcI.anJ frami"ff iS Ule mSt COmp,ele
One of those water-colors, etching, or oil paintings
that vou have :if hnniA. f.-nmn :.,6.. J f v. . ' ?r
HOLD YOUR ORDER
For one nf tlm no u:j . .. .
pected soon. " "Uiiy r0CKers tnat are
ilays. Watch for it.
Ill a little stoctut train in tho window in a few
ri,l WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com
F. W. Hollis & Company
First Dnn. M.,l. .in , m
ww. ,uriu oi rostoilice.
The great Tom Tom (Jirls.
The W onderf ul Trick Elepliant
t't'WFRFl L l-HORl'S
INck fir Urn Ytaatak
liallrry U- '
Bail's Holiday Excufs
To San Francisco, December 26th,
Inp 517.50. F.'cf
A SPECIAL HOLIDAY
Will leave Salem f q, n
On tu. . luJy cvcning, December 26th,
to see evervthfn? T&St?" a,ny- r?guIar tra'n- Plentv ",me
tonh SaieiTor wVitl'S615 and ,nformation of Hal D. Pat-
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