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Nov) fop RdOcfioDS.
Look over this list for cut prices Watch
this space for a week" or two
F. S. DEARBORN, BOOKSELLER.
At tbjk ottmMuui.
What Will Take Kac at tin Dlf
ferest Oharctiefl la the Way ef
On Wednesday evening there will bo
a Christmas tree at the churcb, corner
of Center and Liberty streets, togethor
with a short program.
Dolls Large stock, all reduced In price.
Fine celluloid frames, 25c.
Celluloid In large sheets (or fancy work,
tflne Metal Frames-Only 25c each.
Leather Purses, Card cases; reduced.
Crepe Tlsjue -25c roll, all sludes.
Distected Map of United States 10c.
Oregon Xmas Cards loc, 15c and 3c.
Chatterbox, 1895, 60c.
Ked Line l'oew, reduced from $l to 75c.
New Silk Hound Poets, .reduced from $1.50
Embossed Covers, Poets, reduced from $1.50
Full Silk Bound Poets, reduced from $1.25
Padded Leather Poets, reduced from $1.50
263 Commercial si
Wo havo the largest and
finest stock of Watches, Dia
monds; Jewelry, Solid and
Plated Silverware in the city.
We also have a fino lino of im
ported Cut Glass of the high
est grade. Silvor novelties of
all kinds, at p-ices that defy
competition for firat-c'ass goods
All goods guaranteed as repru
Rented Give us a call and ho
Just for a Flyer.
Wo will soil Genuine Im
ported Pearl Opera Glasses lor
64. Fino lino of
Ladies' Purses, 2
in Gonirno RutMesnako. Soil
and Alligator Skins. Special
drives on ladies' solid gold
SiW, Thompson Co,
Altona and Ramona
Portland, 6:45 a m 0:o n '"
Salem, 714s a. m, 10:15 a.m.
Independence, 6:30 a, m, 6.-00 a.m.
HsTFrelcht received up to 10 p. m,
Quick time, regular service and cheap
M. P. HALDWIN.
mas under tbo pnreulal root of Rev, J.
Mrs.J. E. AHUouand Mrs. D. II
Craven went to Jlrooks today to Bpoml
Christmas with their parent?, Mr. And
Mt-d. Wui. Harris.
Cubs. H. Hodgkln, who la employed
lu tbo office of tbo Northwest Insur
ance Association, of Portland, will be
u passenger to Baletn on the local tble
evening for a holiday visit with his
pa-euta In this city.
The Christmas Malls.
The postofllce force undes Postmaster
Honlium Imye boon kept busy overj
moment bundling the immonco Christ
mas parcel wall. Tbo curriers, tlla
trlbutiug and delivery clerks btivo kepi
tho uvuluocbo of gifts cleared nwitj
and tbeio bitve biten very few com
plaints over the tt 1 vice. No eastern
mull arrived today, uu there Is a snow
blouknde. oust of I bo mountains.
The olllcu hours tomorrow will be
Gouerul delivery open from 7 a. m. to
8 a. m. and 11:30 . m. to 12:80 p. ra.
No register or monoy order business
Carriers will tnnko the morning de
livery only. Their windows will be
onon from 11:30 a. in. to 12:30 p. tn.
Fifteen all Wool Mackintoshes,
single capes, line goods, at exactly ouo
half price to close out lot bofore In
voicing, at The New York Backet.
A largo number of peoplo wont out
on the 2 o'clock car to see tho children'
Christmas at the titato orphan's home.
All day long peoplo sent paokogea of
presents, toys and Bubstautlals to the
homo or left thorn at the Johnson
Krausse Broe. did tho generous not
by sending a largo package of footwear.
Irrepressible Old Bill Audersou sonta
omull express wagon full of whatever
the good taflto of Mrs. Anderson might
Fifteen all Wool Mackintoshes
single oapco.lluo goods, at exactly one
half price to close nut lot boforo In
voicing, at the New York Racket.
At tbo homo tbero will be two trees
loaded with gifts for the little ones
over which riauta Claus will preside.
Thero will be singing and marching by
This church denomination will also
celebrate Christmas by having an ap
propriate entertainment at their churcb
on North Cottage street, to begin
promptly at 8 o'clock. All aro Invited.
"The Mask of the Year," represent
ing the dluereut holidays or the yt-ar,
in costume, will be given by 22 of the
(Sunday school on Thursday night, at
the Uulty churoh.
BT. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL.
This afternoon at 4 o'clock gifts were
distributed from n tree at the church.
The church is beautifully decorated for
the Christinas services tomorrow tore
Tho German Reformed church will
bold a Christmas tree tonight at 7:30
o'clock. A good program will be ren.
dered embracing good singing and rec
itations lu German and English. All
are cordially invited.
A splendid musical and literary pro
gram una been prepared, In which MIbs
;iuia tfcnu will appear in a recita
tion and MI'Rose Woodruff in a solo,
together with other good numbers. A
log cabin will tako the place of u
Chrlstmuu tree, aud an arraugemout
with Bnutu Claus himself has been
made for the distribution of presents.
LESLIE M. K.
The Sunday uohool of Leslie M. E,
church haa prepared u lengthy pro
gram lor this evening to begin
promptly at 7:30 o'olootr. There will
be two trees loaded with snow bulls
planted lu a snow bauk on the etago
and at the conclusion of the program
the suow bulls will be distributed
among the children. All aro invited
to be present this evening.
E !, Keens went to Stay ton today.
Fred BteualoM went to Corvallis
Miss Mubol Janes wont to Woodburn
Mrs. L. O. Reeves of Portland,
returned home today.
tieorctury ot Btatn Klncald went to
Eugene to spend Xuius.
Secretary of Btato H. R. Klncald,
went to his home lu Eugene today.
Miss Mabel Jones returned from a
six weeks visit 111 California.
Miss Rosa Friendly, of Eugouo. is In
the city, the guest of Miss Leouo Paine.
Mrs. 55. F. Moody went to Portland
today, uud will leave tonight tor Ban
Miss Natinlo Paddook wont to her
home lu Poitlaud today to spoud
Willis Dunnlway and wife wont
Uowu to Astoria to spend Christmas
with tue parents of Mrs. D.
President W. O. fiawley of Willa
mette university, went to Albany to
spend ChrlBtiuus. Mrs. Hawley wout
E, C. Ilolsinger, formerly au oper
ator iu the l'osjal Telegraph otllce
here, came up from Portland this
Profeesor E B. MoElroy of tho Btato
uulvt-rally ut Eugene, was a passenger
to Portland on the early train this
A. O. Uowersox and family, of Cor
vallls, are iu the city to spoud Christ-
Bnow Btoums. Heavy enow falls
aro recorded vast of tho mountains aud
at Tocouiu, Beattlo and Portland. Tho
ouly suow vlslt'lo at Balem Is on the
eternal mountains on all sides of us,
uud on tho Christmas page of The
Journal, whoro it whirls in thoulr
uud covers the ground, as Jolly old
bunta Claus drives in with a bound.
PosxroNHD.A committee of the
Salem school board appeared bofore
the county superintendent of schools
Mondav and asked that the petition.
to take Morning side luto school dis
trict No. 24, be continued nntll Jan 4th
to give them further time to Investi
gate the matttr,
A OiiniSTUAS Con. John Preohtel,
of Hlllnboro, was brought to the pou
today, for the crime of rape, three
years. He will enjoy a plain but sub
stantial Xmas dluuor.
Nothjk. to Whom it May Con
cehn. Your Christmas packages can
be oolivered promptly and cheaply by
rlnglug up tho blue boxes or telephone
iNOOUi'oiiATKD. Court Webfoot No.
4 Forestera of America, of Portlaud,
bun filed articles with tho secretary of
Thero will baa Christmas entertain
ment iu the new churoh this oveulng
at 7:30 o'clock. A Christmas treo will
form tho central attraotlon for tho
vouug people, while recitations, uiubIo
by the choir and orchestra special,
with other interesting features appro
prlato for the oooaslon will be pro
sonted. The public as well as tbo
churoh family will bo made welcome.
"The Promised fcjaylour" is the
uame of tbo beautiful cantata to bo
glveu by the Independent Evuugollcal
dunday school at their church on
Cottage street this evening The pro
grammb will commence ut 7:10 o'clock
uud ull friends of tho church uro In
vited. At tho conclusion of the pro
gram caudy aud nuts will be distri
buted among the ohlldrou. Tboro will
ulso be a tree but, owing to previous
engagements, Bantu Claus will not be
EAST SALEM EVANGELICAL,
A Christmas eutertulumeut, a treo
and a general good time will bo the
order of the eyeulng at the East Salem
Evaugelloal cburoU tonight. Owiuu
in high water aud muddy roads Bantu
Claus cauuot bo preaout hut each child
will receive u present of somo kind be.
aides caudy, nuts aud popcorn. Every
body Is Invited to come nut and enjoy
the oveulng with tho little folks. Ex
erases will commence at 7:30 o'olock.
Mr. W. P. Lord . was a Portland
Miss Frankle Jones came up from
Portland this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dunnlway re
turned yesterday from Portland.
Mlia H. B. Ouumberlln, of Newberg,
rf turned to hor home today.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Robertson
arrived In Balem on the overland Inst
sight from Chicago.
Mrs. O. R. Thomas and Misses H. E
aud M. B. dwan went tu Albatiy this
morning to visit relatives.
Mrs. L. S. Mover, of Hentilc. nrrlvnd '
in Bnlem todav.uud will bo tho guest of
ner paroutB, wr. nnd Mm. F. Lovy.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hallook, of
I'eudolton, are In the city, and will
spend Christmas with relatives aud
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. A. Brodlo and
children oame up from Portluud today,
and will bo the guest of Mr. nod Mrs.
A. E. Hi rang and other relatives hero.
Mr. J. H. Moores como up from
Port land todny. und Mines Carrie uud
Bertha will urrlvo tonight, to Hpoad
Christmas wl(h their sou und brother,
A. N. Moores.
Mrs. Prnvo Klult, acompanled by
her uclce, Miss Lulu Bayrc. will return
tn hir home in Ban Franc soo tonight
after a threo mouth's vfclt with her
felbter, Mrs. It. W. dayro, nnd other
relatives. Mrs. Klult's brother Will
ard Martin, will accompany them to
After tbelr lodge meeting last night
the ladles or tho Womau'B Relief Corns
arranged u Burprlp.o party, Mrn. Ed
Burton being tiie astonished one. The
occasion was the anniversary of hor
bit tin, aud a very pleasant evening was '
II A. O. RAND, 01IKIS1MA9 NIOIIT.
Bulom's newly organized baud, will
make its tlrat publlo appearauco on
Christmas at the Opera House every
body should uttond thonntertalnmeut,
as thero are muny valuable gifts to be
glvuu to tbo audieuco on this occasion,
besides a splendid musical program to
bo rouaored, and for those who deslr.
to remain to dance, muslo will bo fur
nlsbed by the entire band of tweut.v
men. Somo of tho prizes to he glvei
away aro now ou exhibition at 04 titath
TODAY - -- TODAY
OF ALL KINDS
WE WILL CLOSE THEM ALL OUT.
UNTIIv IP O'CLOCK,
S. M. c& B. H. STOCK
KEGULATORS OF LOW PRICES.
115 STATE STREET.
Fifteen all Wool Mackintoshes,
single capes, Hue goods, at exaotly one
halfprlco to close- nut lot before in
voicing at tho New York Raoket.
Tho II. A. C. baud, which will give
a concert and Christmas ball tomorrow
night, will parade tomorrow at 1:30
Don't nil to sco tho Indies'
bltylo prize at SemteiiMHH'g
Bilk neckties, Initial silk handkerchiefs, pair linen cuffs, lino tiwlaaetu
brolderled baud kerchiefs, wool fasolnatora, flue llnou handkeroblefs, ladles'
black cashmere uloves, pair "Albeit" fast blaok hose, elegant side combs, tastv
work baskets, boy's aud girl's caps, pair nickel plated shear", ladles' and men's
purses, good bottle perfumery, One llneu towels, pocket knives,
2 50c Presents X X
Elegant wool fascluatora, tine silk neckties, nice faus, blaok silk mittens,
lino cAshmero cloves, fauoy mirrors, celluloid work boxes, whisk broom holders
Hwlas embrolderled linen baud kerchiefs, fine ellk handkerchiefs, one ' Durable"
white shirt, lino pair shears, good hair brush, Vigilant corset.
Hilk eorgo umbrellas, Footer's kid gloves, ladles' and gentlerueu's slippers,
nieu'a kid gloves, ouo dozen good llnou napkin, dozeu tine napkins, flbnu-
jiluit bags, celluloid Necktie boxes, nice toilet sets, flue white shins, good hats,
j xu iiiiiwi'", rern ku noiin wniaia, uipo pair laco uuriaius, iiue luns,
palra "Albert" fast blaok ellk Maco hose.
AT BT. JOSEPH'S CHURCH.
Three masses will bo held to comem
oruto tbo three births of our Havn.r.
First His eternal geuerutlou from God
tue Father; second His lempurul birth
lu tbo stable of Bethlehem; third Ills
spiritual birth iu tin soul of the true
Christians who receive His body uud
blood iu holy commuulon. The first
mass will commence Tuesday night at
11:30 p. in. sharp. The doors of the
church will bo thrown opeu at 11 and
not before, Tho second mass will be
said In tbo convent chapel at 8 a. m.
Christmas. The last mass iu the
ohurch at 10:30 a. m., ut this mass as
well aa mluulubt. Furmer'a mass In B
fiat will tw roudered by tho choir coru-
noseu of the followlnir members
Hoprauo, Mesdames J. Kirk aud A,
Vernaag, una Misses ueua JJsno t and
Alice Bonolt;alto, M lanes L. Petzel, M,
ivreuH ami u Jkiuuiiiuger: touor.
Messrs. F Vernaag, H. Willis, J. Bell
aud J. Albrlcb; basso, Messrs Q. Barr,
aud G. Molsuu; orgaulut, Miss Ethel
Kightlluger; Professor Curl Poppa will
uecoiupauy ou the clarinet.
Tho order of mass le aa follews:
Kule clelion , ..Farmer
Gloria In exceltii ,,,, Farmer
Paitoral Hjmu Lambillotte
banctui .......... ,, Farmer
Henedlctui , Farmer
Agnui Del , Farmer
Vcnl Creator tolo) , ,,,
Fifteen minute ermon ,
Grand march , , . , , ,
The members of the Cathollo Ladles'
doclal aud Relief (society have prepared
a Christmas tree aud llterury aud mu
steal pro ram for tonight. This will be
In the hall baok of the church, and Is
the first tree arrancod for bv this
church In Balem.
Clover Leaf Corn, The Sweetest on earth,
Genuine Blue Point Oysters fat, delicious
'Flickingus' Tomatoes solid packed, no juice,
AntoninVs Olive Oil? palatable and pure,
"We make a specialty of high grade goods,
Our extracts are unsurpassed in quality,
P, O, Grocery, HARRITT LAWRENCE
street, (two doors west of Bush's bank).
Everyone purchasing a 26o or a COo
admission ticket will bo entitled to a
uhunce to obtain ouo of tho prizes.
Beats can bo reserved ou Mouday with
nut oxtra chargo at Fred A. Leffg's
DrugBloro. 12 21-St.
Monday evening the Robekahs of
Balem gave another of their enjoyable
eutertuiumonts at tbo I. O. O. F. hull
In tho Holman block, at which a larg
number of members und invited guest
were present. A musical aud llterurv
program was rendered as follews:
Opeulug address by Judge J. Walton;
lustrumental duet by Messrs. 8andor
son and Gllllngham, song, Rev. Lep
port; solo, Mrs. W. F. Bklfl; reoitatlon
miss. Amu utrong; onaraoier sroich o)
Basil Wagner and Murray Wade;
solo, Miss Knight. At tho conclusion
of the program a delicious lunch' was
At tho M. E. churoh tula evening
will bo glvou a cantata entitled "The
Gruft Judge." by the Methodist, Pres
byterian uud Congrcgutloual 8uuday
schools, at which only a nominal ad
mission feo will bo charged. Tho fol
lowlug Is the- cast of oharaoterst
CAST OF CHARACTERS.
Tudob Sterne Prof. R A. Heritage
Mrs. Fry (housekepcr) .. Mit Metta Davis
Mrs. MANMNG(poor wIdow)Mits Lena White
ZtCKK (coioreil servant) lukc unn
Harrv Cliflord Kamner
SOB Frank GrannU
AMtE Fredda Irwin
Itssir Malic M Ilerltace
Grace Wlnnlfred Uyrd
Mafgik Nellie llairold
and Santa Claus.
Thero will be a chorus of 50 voices
Prof. R A. Heritage is director. Mrs
A. E. Lluu assistant aud Prof Emll L
Winkler accompanist. This Is assur
auce tbat the eutartalnineut will b
ono of tbo best la the city for Christ
The following list of letters romaiu ,
uncalled for in the Balem post oftlce uu
this date. Persons calling for same
will pleuso say "advertised:"
Abbott Antiu E Keys Henry v
Adcock R J Luce Raohol
Allen Lydla M Lewis Albert
Adums Anuls MrsMuharu K R Mrs
Boy ce J no
Cox Eva Miss
Foley J no Mrs
Faubiou A U
Flnley Geo Mrs
McGluu RE Mrs
Moore N E Mrs
Patrick Frank 3
Potter E J Mrs
Potts Auulo Mrs
Roberts H W
Redluaaud L Mies
Wallace W J M
Wado M B Miss
Htiores Opera Co
Bmlth Auna E
The Best Goods
and Lowest Prices
Como and see for yourselves.
VJOOUEfl ttii STORE
Horner Louiso MrsBmlth All
Jones Lottie Miss Bmith E L
Kyleborg Olena Thompson
To lovers of flue furniture we wish
to Bay that our Hue of low bauk cobbler
lookers, Is still unbroken but that these
goods aro selling rapidly. Como as
early as possible It will pay.
Buken & Hamilton.
Down Cushions and Head Bests,
As soli us they make. All sizes. All
shapes. All prices rungiug Irem 25
cents and upwards.
Burkn & Hamilton.
James Kelllher. brought frm Port-
laud Tuesday by Chief of Police Dllley
, on a charge or larceny ny oatiee oisouit
bibles belonging to Frank Dearborn,
valued at (17.60, October, 1801. Uu
a warrant of arrest Issued October S,
. 1804, ho was arraigned this morning
aud plead not guilty. Deputy District
Attorney O.indlt appeared for the state
rail lit SaBimniiinii'a fraiwrv nnd Keliihei'a trial Ib set for Friday at
tMiaiBraaemrauacracoiy lp n A,B00UMUebaa .no bibles
ue ieit loroan rrauoieoo, uishksu 01
them, and was traced and a warrant
Issued for hla arrest.
Ills Christ wits
Court nnd Liberty,
BROS. & CO.,
Tin Cata Dry Goodi, Clothing and Shoe Home
JapaatM Jut Rugs
You know of course, that thsw goods
are u.uoh sought after by those beat
capable of udgln real values. Wo
have a lino of beautiful hall run.
Blzo 3x3 at $1 each.
BUKKN & HAMILTON,
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Cut tori.
Notice to Contractors.
Plans for the foundation of the no
woolen mill can be seen at W. D
Pugb'a oftlce. Bids to be opened Sat
urday, December 28. 12 24 td
Eisteru Oysters At D ty'a Market
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING HOTEL, OK THE CITY.
Reduced rates. Management liberal! Electrlo cars leave hotol for all pub
lo rjuhdlnga and points of interest. Hpecial rates will bo given to permanent
a. i wagner:
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE
B. C, Hansen, Manager.
Only good horseB used. Satisfaction guaranteed. Stables
back of State Insurance blnek.
Our business wagon you will And
good company there It Is always
loaned with the choicest goods the
market atUirds. Wtoh our show
windows and see what our wagou is
doing and you can uuderstaud at once
why the people trade with u.
Burkn & Hamilton.
DUCKS At Duty's Market,
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made
40 YewatlM Stud,.
COBURG LUMBER YARD,
TWELFTH STREET, NEAR DEPOT
All grades and dimensions of Buldlng Lumber. Largest stock and Lowest
D'Im. J R RAKER, Mni-nimm-
SsaaoBiaa has tho best line
at staple aud fancy Christinas
GEESE AtDotv'a Market.
Condition powders, liniments, heal
ing lotions and ointments, blistering oint
tncnts, purgitivc pills and colic medicines al
ways on hand as chean as elsewhere.
V. C. MI TCHELL,
Graduate of Ont. Vet. College. Toronto.
Office and Dcspensary at Red Front Livery
Stable, Saltm, Oregon.
yuST BE SOLD !
Prices no object. Muny attractive
nnd useful Holiday Goods still in
stock. Silk Handkerchiefs, silk
mufflers, silk mittens, linen handler
emeu piatn ana cmbroideried, urn-
brellas, hosiery, underwear,
ucmember, pnees no object.
307 COMMERCIAL STREET.
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