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The oo &S& 9tobcWcrytckc "Elastic " BooK-Case "' ami MlC. MtaplO'llO i I- " boy and o rrqutrr menls H'l n' ' unn each unr fitted (hlhfpeffeciloncKrt woof row - bemf -kKK BH we'll be tod toJothrmlfvouo" or will jrnd tWustretrd tJlufeguc on request. SMI QjtUlaWl Eti BUREN & HAMILTON .., .... nHK, iior. aMnj2JS DAILY nAPITAL JOUBNA ABB SOLD, "" r...ial (WUIOri - ' UOmrZLlZ'J id If Mr. " Wgatoolrt. itonublie.n ftd they will fii " fiw.W- barn ready for tnero- Unfair Campaign Methods. A.r would' Iml v." to printing the 2""M ol"'r pTminent p-Htf- Prpaf fo array them aghast this ma er that m is not only MVlo? ttnf"iVT i method, but SHOWS HIS 10- AL 00UBTD9T. If It we true that U the abm named IWwn lead , WM, .gainst Mr. To, weuM thy eiut to be thus published aa a campaign argument for Mr. Hawleyt A a matter of faet, no man knows ow those irt veto, and , of tbu hav. pub declared that thy are against Mr. Toee. Most of th"m every one f them baa been wpportod by Mr. Teouo at some Urn .in tho pa, aad may bo again. Most of thorn have been entertained at the 'wwt of them ha nno wiin eoUg, xias noreuoe n. """"T" ' 'Mr. Togo's ability m campaigner. IWMded tho In priee and Delp 0m '...i k ! iln and money spent ia.u- mmumL and with his time and money spent in tbfl itrK Of jr.." w. How maay of th-o mo will stand It to b thaw paradwl and plaoardod aa th loadora of tho 1000 majority tbat I, t U roll! P aaiit Mr. Toom and for Mr. Hawloy la Murioa owiaty, t Hto eomlaat primary? It m Unnmy. rot polities taot pnta apibUMM la such a falw light. It ewmoi kwrt Mr. Txw. MB aood Plano That' Bring Bettor Prlcw After Tears oi us. mL t. D (rnrt.1 dkjttl sftldi thoso "daya about lor prices on pianna and tho numorou3 -pmU 1 J11adwrU g,Mt cut, Irr profit. But did you ov tr tWak that in order to got a profit at a epooial le, the prons f-- at regular aale must bo mueh grcntort m.. -.- itui irtorea who nro not having apll lo9, but whore pianos WPvTJTli theBepublUan S? iiTi . k . . . t.- .r nttaok on Mr. tu b will b wvoral friers w 100, W5 n a. ti if h hop to be tlNl. SpoUed Her Beauty. . . Tt i nf W. 34th etreet, IIAITiei U",ul "T . . .- Now York, at oao !! had her M7 " -J J u bff Andl good U wi'th akin iW.ft. rjj . tLa many spocia! Thad aalt rheum or Jj-J J i hiher prlc0. TlS:'' A quick M-f Let Mo Illuatrate. a - Mt currfUI. wre heeler for cute, buraa and eorea. Ut at J. C. Perry 'a drug itor gj alrl a Qoed Talkor. At the annual oratorioal eoott b- bomo of Mr. Too U eampiMgiw, awDtw pnto, a im. '""" WoH of thorn have bo hlpl with toU M Flonmoo "T v. t ,' ibWtr m a aampaigBor. ,d-4 !), int priao and IXHp um Tour years ago I sold a piano to a tmrson living on the Silverton roadi Howelt Prairie, for $150. After using tho iatrumt four years he has sold, it for the price ho paid, and bad bho f.r veurs' u for MtWg. Another inMnnce: I eold a plaao for $140 to a ewrttomer Uviag nr tho Wjm farm. Somo amatours at tempted to mv t pino "P 9Mr8 gavo eovoral fom,i0. wouldl destroy it. "ril ir. 'k .. . l . ..iMiMroiiK is doin2., UonsfnuU tlforeby galT!!1,i, fronirtiholr orchards. "! a AariBaM,. Iada4l7maotodiithonsa. m Doath clnlme, in each J. k Tlctlm-Qf ecmsumptlon 7" oriy troatod, tho tragody i, ' 0. HuntW of OakknA r .7 IV VfA K. it.. . "aM throo ctoctora gave hw m,?! took Tr. TCJno'. l u conannrpuon, coughs and Btrone." Itkillatl.ogJ at COo nnd; $1.00 by J, o. pjj giei. atuu ootuo fro?,, Tho Cwir hna beca m W . u llfflJ that tho wholo matter U Uu viM Tufmaa formoriy Ured ia tM .',. .t-u-A tw. varnish. A riiy, whro she attonded .J' fetor th piano w sold, In Its lag gradwitod from the ftwt aehool la ditioa, for $1W ten 1W2. 8bo i a bright atudont and al ways eieeiledi ia omonoai mw. Attacks Toozc in Yamhill (Otatfanid from pB .) are aH)w to ho far Mawky, m tho oaV t4r aaa4lMo tt tbe eon yrlaHt wmnImUm Itare It Uw Imi as pfiaU4 wHk tho eemmaati Lltt Otalmed Ariat Tooh. TU wMon m falwwn iv r a imjAi Hi Owwmt WUIIam I. U4 a?.I. Lnm Smatw Pwtar J, WtllUa VMIt Jitoh Tearhiw hnWH Mlnat I. U 1SI1 L J. AahHM V. M. Ofeai Of nN la'-fW'-lhav-maV NNWMh WpfnWM TwkaH1 'H J AiMUM K Tho rfMmUm tft .loha Mtoto JL X. 04lti D. W Crt ' J J J. MwtV WttUam Am in wag Jn Ik WHgtf JH V QbMlfl , t AhMtSMl Mwy Inm fti. Ma3C rnk Davoy JamM l. Hi Th-anhVKaf J O. OratMt h T t. tUt lloa ae frieaU of Mr. Toote. A lot f the maeh.no bov are not for Too. Mo baa too mnch ability, aad m too strong with tho pooplo to suit thorn. "Mnt, nndor tho dlrott nrtmary, want 1 all tho boe and maohiao V4ors wort again Mr. Tooaof Would not H wootlehoppors or hopgrowofi nani Jaot m mnoh at tho dlrMt prl- mmt m tho above Mt Tho day of the boi and dletatlM by allorod loadora m to who MA bo tho party nominee l Mi. Tho semrnon rotor mm m mnek tn aajr ao an xooaator or M-ropronni Mttivo. II la to Mm eommoa. poople, Om mak and Ho of tho JUMbllenn party, that oandiilatoa mnat appoal, and not to any ! I it of a)lgl grrat linhta In aar inrlv In mklntf that appMl Mr Tooao ba n.rtblng to fnar Lot ht onpnanl ctitw mt in thu aad BMt htm Wf r tb poil Oroatly In DoraamL Xothlag Is mora in demand than a i a fame light. It ennnot nnu mt. lw,, wj,lca aeew raouorn ruw jto. It will hurt Mr. Hawloy, if It).,, R blood and system, cleanser, v irMd io him or his friend. . m.l .. Dr. Kiatr's New Life Pills. , ,,... 0 A Word About Newbcrg. They ut just what you need to cure . 0.. r Aheut Newncrg. -- .--- --; jr - Mr. Tomm waa bora aad raised near stemaeo - -Nowlmnr. Ho hna many frioads thoro. At J. C. Perry's drug stere. Wtf guar- 110 wi nov mnt w gw iwo r .vr. hie eae to tno jntigmoni oi ae poopw of Xowborg. Tho man who is tho mala hmdnr of tho fight I"" Mr- 't99M wna a eandldNto for mayor at the re seat 'ity eloelion. Ho was turned down In tno primary, and the be oamo a voluntary eandldata, and was AmtkMA . aarrvlf Itla itn ward by only throo votos, tho opposing oaa- Tho oampalnm of mud-Mlaging is dt rootod at Mr. Toono, and ho partionlar ly Invito tho gonilomon who want thli nomination to moot Mm on tho vital ll ano boforo tho pooplo, and not on per man! mud-throwing. Tho luainnatloa that I ha Mtor of Tho Journal w Mr Tm' rampalgn managvr ia unfound-e-l Ho did wrHo itn MUm for Mr. T.frt while lht gntl. man was Knt lt.Mj.itig frs!.'fMl f.ijfpM m !! A Plowant Way to Travel. ti,. .i. ! Dia ii in at verdict of the traveler using the Missouri Paclfle railway between tho Paelfle coast and the east, and wo believe that tno serv ) aad aeeemmodatioBs given merit this statement. rVom Denver, Celera do Bpriags and Denver thero are two through trains dally to Kansas City aad it. Louis, oarrylng Pullman's lat est standard electric-lighted sleeping Mrs, ahalr eara and up-te-dstw dining ears. Tho same oxeellent sorviee is oporated from Kansas City aad 8L Iouls to Memphis, Little Keek and Het Bpriags. If you are going east or south, write for particulars and full in formation. W. C. M'nKIDK, (Jen. Agt, 124 Third BU Portland, Ore. dolmrs more than. It ooot laom new. ri .mw MkMMMbhaad nlaso was advorttood at a eieslng out sale for $14. Thts pio waa soiu oy mo k Mkr am for $70.00. and at tho oamo time I sold an organ for $(W.O0. I It eortainlr pays tho buyer to callr- and o my pianos, ami get my r"v e ml. . kiAk Ih. boforo iHireimmng. iao auvo .t-- mi fkl a. nUno boutrht from mo is a monoymnking InvnetmonU It I. Mjr mumI ntnno nnat wiu swwi ihu wear 'and tear of Umo, an!, then sell for mora tan Ww original ao. nno. O. WILL. Tho Muoie Store, 111 South Commer- eial Street, Salem, Or. o CASTORH Por Infeuta and Ohll 1 inti Miiu iuu nave Am ijoars tno Slgnaturo of I Win TlvtitrmlnatA TVllIt T6fltX. w.it r '-- V P. ArHtolrontf. of Jot oroon, wm In Albany Saturday and mot nttOUW V Ot tno pronunons ori ioU of Una oounty In an effort to show iu. iL lbti mjVdiA af x torwlnnhinir tho fruit pet whlok nro killing tho An tree In thai county. Tho meeting .. .I-..,. i rl.. ..t... wno an onnumaM ono, w w tv mob wilt looo no time in goie Uahl it, mtlttr. Mr. ArnMtronffV ad-srtHM waa abort and to tho point. He .l.ifH I Via Man Joao wal. the neat n.rtM. prevalent In that vicinity, pud YOTJE INVITATION If you havo never hid i legs with us, please eost an invitatiea to give ut a u To those who miv wnbd their let with us, we ft very boot aorvlcr. mil Salem State L. K. PAGE, Pre Jg,. WJtlAZ.AKJ,l $12.50 to $25.00 Now $7.00 J CvJJ. L IuSZi $2,50 to$W Now $7.00 W T l. W A (tofcfe Jmino JmVn B. J Ha A. tw. B W. L. ( r. ft Ul L. W J . MT.dajii J. I ih n. A. M i f Of all the. M mi, fcW 4Mwt 2? '. m Vu, La mV oHtvo wofftw at X. Mfc. ir nul Wo!, ww i, m., faa'i a,ictl ' 4 (imnHnttvoa in tait l. aau 4m itwlu4n tho naniM f ot id Unmbuv aaa ----- eW not bo issnmim tf lWy tk.at A WojiI About hn AkaM. Ha JrMl wi an attoanat t aothm in jinlotaBwa f tho abaw to of Ho. r K Maowo. tn4 anr wawsov or tWa Jr. t-o mhhi - ma- h t a hJr Hnrty traiary a an aiivo . awooHoUon atvpotM In 3Hon aan M Ibaa bw LI, -id oo aan oaaaaian istHlwA Ho bm batita4 mi aaHaaiwiaa, ooantly ooa tmnUnjA 4nmmm, mmmtMrnm a4 atnao Hn anManm n4 U bovot hiMon or 4nod bahwat amnno. X tb!y hna Mro ihu than aoano nun UU Inwiw, w4n bns boon to ia tkUk M IMMH W,fl,,, M! ary hbnU It nu W tmUmttj e44d. and wuhMt feu liiliitli Hon llmt a mJmVW tho lUro go. it .Ir,n,WBI 7jr r-4 Mr aar I? taTarTA CfiftV - tkol : ISKJV Today We Start the Greatest Sale of MEWS SUITS Ever Held in Salem 200 men's woolen suits have been selected from our stock, prices ranging from $12.50 to $25.00, and will, for one week only be sold at $7.1)0 cosh WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR CLOTHING These arc the greatest reductions ever offered the Salem peo ple. We are not doomed or forced out and we are not going to leave the city. But we are going to give the greatest bargains w aw..lt CObi;b y0fl nothng t() jooj Salem Woolen Mill Store WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR CLOTHING n-Jbe m . .