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SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY; JULY 11 1899.
Most People Talk
About the shoe they buy. If the shoes please, what
they say helps the shoe man. Poor shoes create
comment that will kill any shoe man's trade. Our
shoe trade continues to increase, That's proof
that our shoes give satistac- j-rflAOE mark
tion. We carry the
shoes, and sell them at a very
low profit. If you've worn a
pair, we feel sure of your trade
in the futuie; and if you haven't, we would be
pleased to have you give them a trial.
! Summer Clothing
for the warm weather. Don t sweat. Buy a cool
crash suit or a light serge coat and be comfortable;
Full crash suit for $2.40. All kinds of light
weight underwear from 25c up.
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
Cor. Commercial and Chemeketa Sts.
Salem's Cheapest One-Price Cash Store,
E. T. BARNES, Prop.
ing a Plan,
For the Future Annexation
Cubans Want Territorial
Undor the U.
ir i hi
Red Gross Shoes
Our hospital and nurse Shoes,
also Oxfords, have arrived. Try
a pair if you want soild com
fort. Our big Shoe sale is still
on we are cutting prices right
and left we buy our goods 10
per cent, cheaper than inexper
ienced opposition, hence can
and do easily undersell them.
275 Commercial St.
L """ " "".
W W ""V "'
iL -fV V 1
Per Cent Reduction
On All Shoes,
Wc nro not we SAY
KILLING THE DEAD. $f gg.DO
t making Low Prices on Dead Stock, and blowing about it as a marvel,
but we aro
SLAUGHTERING THE LIVING!
Hewing down a clean, live stock, level with the dirt which is associated
with cheap prices.
NEW UP-TO-DATE STYLES!
Kvory Shoe in tho house subject to tho 'M per cent reduction.
Uoods marked in plain ll n b
. W W. th. Maw MW
Originator of Low Prlcos.
Jhlne thorn Free.
NEW SHOE STORE,
94 STATE STHEET.
(Ir Amuvlntcil I'rcaa n the Journal.
New Yoiik, July 11. According to a
correspondent of tho World at Wash
ington, President McKinley is working
upon a plan to submit the question of
independence or annexation to tho peo
pie of Cuba. Ho believes that they
would vote for annexation.
Reports from General Brooke indicate
tho contrary view, but tho president has
received confidential letters from influ
ential representatives of commercial in
terests and from other sources which
have convinced him that Urooko is mis
taken and that tho people in tho west
ern portion of the island, as well as
those in the eastern portion, would
gladly vote for territorial government
under a greater republic.
Washington, July 11. Hy tho direc
tion of the president tho military post
near Spokane, Wash., has been named
Fort Wright in honor of General Geo.
Wright, who was colonel of the N'inth
Infantry and brigadier general of volun
teers. Col. Wright defeated the allied
bauds of Indians near SjKikano plains
Wasiiinoton, July 11. Surgeon-Gun
eral Sternberg has received two cables
from Major O'Kollly, chief Burgeon at
Havana, regarding the yellow fevo situ
ation. He says that; at Santiago the re
vised list shows 122 cases, 22 deaths.
Also twenty civilian cases and five
deaths. There havo been no cases In
camp tho last three days. Another dis
patch reports two additional eases at
Mauzanila, making five In all.
Washington, July 11. Orders havo
been issued by tho president, extending
tho protection and privileges of tho
American flag to the shipping in Porto
ltico and the Philippines.
Nkw Yoiik, July 11. Steamer brings
news that Panama City has been visited
by tho worst outbreak of yellow fever in
many years. Before Juno 20 there were
47 cases, 20 fatal. After this date the
fever is on tho decrease
Washington, July 11. A dispatch
from Major Bradley, commanding tho
hospital ship Kollof, dated Yokohama,
states the ship was unavoidably delayed
by heavy storms but will sail today.
Loukknso MAitquisK, July 11. British
cruiser Doris mid gunloat Widgeon have
A HOT BLAZE EXTINGUISHED
Fire Does Damage to a State Street
A hot fire occurred last evening in tho
rear of the brick building on State
street opposite tho Patton block, oc
cupied by Jacob Vogt's shoo store and
Morgan & Fusee's barlier shop. A small
room at the rear, filled with paper, rub
bish, boxes, etc., was tho eceno of the
blaze. The fire no doubt started from a
burnt match or a cigar stub, tho result
of carelessness on tho part of somo one
entering the public run-way at tho west
side, aa n door from tho back room
opened from tho name. Tho littlo room
had a wooden ceiling, and a sash parti
tion separated It from the front rooms,
so It formed u veritablo fire trap.
Tho nlarni was turned In about 10
o'clock, and those who have occasion to
know report tliat tno lire ucparimeni
was out and had three lines of hoso on
the fire In the shortest time osalblo
fiintAvlthstnndinc- the usual slur of a
so-called newspaper.) Tho fire was eat
ing through a board ceiling and partition,
but by prompt action by tho hosonien,
who braved tho terriblo smoke n big tire
was averted and tho building not perl
ously damaged. Every man in tho fire
department desorvoB praiso for tho
prompt and eillcient work done.
Mr. Vogt's loss will be several hun
dred dollars. , , , ,
Morgan and Fusee's loss is probably
f 100, with Insurance.
Tho upper lloor was occupied by Mrs.
Campbell and daughter, who sustained
A side wiudow In Buren & Hamilton's
furniture store was broken and a littlo
water reached their stock, but all is well
Five Fatally Injured and Eight
Ilr Aaatiplntril Preaa o the Journal.
NkwYokk, July 11. Aflrolu a ton
intuit In Monr-Kj street to day resulted
In fatal injuries to five persons ami over
coming by smoke of eight others.
Nkw Yoiik, July 11. Tho report of
Captain Watklns of tho stranding of the
American steamship Paris, lias ueen
made'mtbllc by tho local board of Bteam
loat Insnectors. Canpaln Watklns
makes no attempt to evade the rcspon
slblltv for tho accident, but on tho con
tray sayB frankly that the stranding of
thoship was tho result of an unaccount
able erroi on his part. Tho accident,
ho says, whb not duo to any want of
thought or anxiety almut his vessel,
but resulted from a mistake ho matlo
In calculating tho position of the ajiip.
Tho local Inspectors have suspended
Cnntaln Watklns' license, its master
of ocean steamers for two years. Cap
tain Watkins Is still in charge of tho
Paris, ami Is acting ;iu tho Interest of
tho underwriters, to whom tho ship was
turned over by the American line of
Pairu & Son. of Portlend shipped u
onimloiinipnt of uherries to British Col
umbia today, and tills evening James
Kylo will go to Kugone to superintend
shipping two car loads of chorrics from
that point. Mr. Kyle says he will ship
a car load of choice cherries from this
point alwut Saturday.
Cor. State and Liberty Sts. Salem.Ore
11. Wheat valley
fiO; Walla Walla, 57c.
Flour Portland, '.'.80; Superfine
$'.'.15 per bbl.
Hay Timothy 8uflper ton.
Hops ll13c; old crop 6c.
Wool Volley. 12 13c: Eastorn Or
egon, 8 12. Mohair, 27 30.
Mlllhtuff Bran, 17; shorts, 18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, 3.504.00
turkeys,, live, 1313)$c.
Eggs Oregon, 17 per doi.
Hides tf reen, salted 00 lbs, 80c. tinder
fiO lbs, 7m38, sheep pelts, 1620c.
Onions 75c00 per saok.
Butter Best dairy, 1012Kc; fancy
creamery, 40c per roll.
Potatoes 1 1.76 to J2.36 for okl &.2.00
tn t'2 'J5 for new.
Hogs Heavy dressed 6gfi
Woolltic, Mohair SOo.
JhyBaled, cheat, $0.50
Flour In wholesale lots $2.00 retail
MUUtuff bran $16.00
Hogs dressed, 5Jo.
Live cattle 2i6c
Mreseea veai .
Butter uairy ittj areaniej-
Poultry spring ojuftkitni
Hena 8 to 9 cents,
The Willamette river today stands at
3.8 feet alwve low water mark ana is
slowly receding from the navigable stage.
It will be bu$i few weeks when the larg
er boats will experience some difficulty
in making their regular runs.
Tho Gypsy will soon be nut on Mm
upper run for tlie 0. II.AN. Co , and
their hotivv . boats will only run to
Th O. C. T.1I5 Co'h lino will continue
the business all summer if ilblc not
running any farther up than Inde
pendence. Tho Oregon Eastern Company will
run their steamers, the Albany or Hoag,
nearly all summer.
The Albany yesterday landed 20 head
of nice horsos at the Labor Bxehange
doek. Thftce horses have been taken to
tlin fair frnmuls and will bo IHlt in
training for the fall raees. Several
strings will arrive this evening( from
t'ortlanu, amounting w awui .k hu
they will lw taken to the fair groundi
Ukisbaxe, July 11. Government at
Queensknd has cabled the secretary of
state lr the eohmUrt, offering 350
mounted Infantry. a BH
fer the serriw In South Afrka, In wise
of hostilities WtwH Great Britain awl
Uncle Sam Will Resent Police
With the Troops.
II - Aar.oelf.teil I'"c to the Journal.
GiitCKio, July 11. A special to the
Tribune from Washington says: The
Intimation lias been received by tho
state department that the Canadian gov
ernment will send a force of mounted
police to the Porcuplno region. If this
is done the United States governmeu
will respond by sending troops to Pyra
mid harbor to protect the Interests o(
Washington, July 11. In absence of
official Information, concerning the re
port that the Canadian mounted police
are to bo sent into the Porcupine coun
try, now olalmed by both the United
States and Canada, the state depart
inent attaches no credence to theroiort.
It is pointed out that our government
1.1.1 .1.1 - t f... i. . ...1.1 11... I
WlllllieiU KBITlwm lllllll i;iiui ..m-
bor, at the suggestion from the British
authorities and it is not coneeivable to
authorities here that a permanent force
to be maintained in tho Puroupine
distriot. The British embassy also
give no eredenoe to the story.
A Valuable Dog.
wouldn't sell for ten tents to a man who
doesn't want a dog. Ami that Is trtie
with most anything else.
The only expedltotis way to find a
man who wants to buy a dog is to 8ok
to everybody in Salem through Tint
Journal want columns.
Those who are interested will respond.
And It would be a very uninteresting dog
indeed that wouldn't uit anybody.
Most anything you don't want ean be
told at some price if properly advertised
It. H. Bablngton and family, late of
Albany ,havo become residents of Salem.
Mrs. Bablngton and daughter and Mrs.
Conn have built a new residence to be
occupied by the latter at 347 Church
street. A hearty welcome Is extended
to the new citizens.
An Electric Line Accident
Otherwise the Salem Program ic Car
Ilr AaiocUlril Prea to the Jonrnnl.
At 11:30 both sections of tho National
Editorial Association excursion pulled
Into Salem, with tho full forco of tho
local reception committee- that went to
Eugene in charge of the guests.
Tito nearly&OO visitors had been per
sonally interviewed by tho gentlemen
and ladies of tho committee In charge of
Mayor and Mrs. Bishop, furi'Mied with
it pass over tho Salem street car lines
and a copy of tho Greeting ntimbor of
Tub Jouiinal. At the depot tho local
committee wore In evidence and escorted
tho editors to the Bcoro of street cars in
on both lines. There wub tin ""usually
brilliant turnout of well-dressed Salem
ladies. A number of carriages 'wore In
walling to give somo of tho ladles n drive
over the city before dinner at the grove.
TltK xuukxk nntKAii
was administered at 8. a. in. on top of
tho obitorvatory butte. In iolnt of scen
ery it is unsurpassed, tho cllmato is an
appetizer, tho ulr Is a stimulaut, tho
shade was soothing, and tho visitors
were happy. Ten men had been detail
ed to scour MoKeuzio river for Its world
famous trout and they were eaten by the
dozens hot from the griddle ten feet
Raspberries, cherries, now jKitutoeH,
honoy, coffee, mid more trout ma
metto river trout of unmentionable size,
and quality that coull only bo guessed
by the way they disappeared, and then
more dlsappeared.and finally thoro were
not many trout left In that high altitude,
and It is no wonder, the way tho Kugone
ladies beuued. solicited, hunted, wheo-
lhxl nml tiMiiinl overvlKidv to eat, feast
and enjoy thomselves. Back of tho six
tables under tho trees was a crowd of
happy Joyous OregonlaiiB enjoying the
early feast us much as their visitors.
INTKKVIKWB WITH VISITOHS.
It. II. Henry, of tho Jackson, Miss.,
Clarion Ledger, president of Mm associa assecia associa
teon: Your people and country are n
continued revelation to me. It is tho
grcutest section of tho United States in
every respect. Its prosperity, content
inent and happiness are a fairy land.
Since I have been n member of tho asso
ciation wo have never had such treat
inent as wo have had in Oregon.
C. K. Nevln of the Plaiiklnton,
South Dakota, Standard: Your hos
pitality and cordiality Is ahead of any
thing we ever saw. You have the finest
farms and crops wo ever laid eyes on.
It is equal to tho famous blue grass re
gion of Kcntttckoy.
.1. II. Kimr of the Elbert. Col., Trlb-
une: Your people am unequalled In
cordiality. They are a good class of
iwople, have good homes and live more
Clothing and Shoes.
Don't fail to call at the New York
Racket when In tho city. W 0 sell a
uood class of articles at low- prices
clothing, "star 5 star" shoes,
Come and Be Refreshed
After the excitement of the day. Our
guests having been banqueted, wok re
freshinent for yourself at the .White
Cottage Hotel arrivals: Win. Flrblg,
Jesse Hobson and J. II. Swartwart,
Portland; It. F. Segworth, Toronto,
Ontario; II. A. Cook, Liberty, Ore.
ELDER SMITH. At tho residence of
Joseph P. Fones, in Mils city, at 2 p.
m.. Sunday, July , 18W, Miss Maud
Elder, of Stayton. to Alvle Smith, of
Sublimity, Rev. John Parsons olllelat
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Elder, of Stayton, while tho
groom is a farmer from Sublimity,
where the couple will reside.
Mo-To-ltaa tor rifly Cent.
OutranUtxl tobacco habit curt, make weak
ntn atroBg, blood Dure. We. II. All drucf Uis.
comfortably. Whcro wo "havo been
burnt up for three mouths, your green
fields nro an eye opener.
It. M. Chllcott, of the Waniego, Kna.,
Times: Your pooplo do not differ from
other western states, but 1 notice no
large bodies of foreigners settled to
gether. I think that will give you a
most cosmoiolitaii citizenship, no elan
nishncss. Your grain mid grass is im
meuso. Tho climate ought to please the
most fastidious. It is exhilarating.
J. Y. Gllmoro, of tho Now Orleans
Sugar Planters' Jeurnal: I am an old
confederate soldier and president of tho
United Confederate Veterans. Lan
guage cannot do justice to your people.
I havo been all over tho nation on edit
orial excursions and your pooplo aro
more liko our southorn hospitality than
any I know of. Tho Shonaiidoah val
ley of Viagiula alono can match tho
Willamette country. As an agricultur
ist 1 think your climate superb, your
soil rich and your people intellectual.
Ben F. White, of tho Macon, Mo.,
Times: Tho cllmato Is delightful.
Thoro Is no sultry heat.
W. A. Henry, of the Yazoo City.
Mfss., Sentinel: I never know Hitch
stinli generous and ttiibpuudod hospital
ity. Everything Is on a big scale, and
tho complexions of Mm women aro
ahead of our own.
John J. Oashmiiu, of the Vlckshurg,
Miss., Daily Pest: I find your pooplo
very much liko our Southern people;
sociable and hospitable. Your country
can only 1 appreciated upon seeing It.
Your cllmato is certainly the nicest on
on earth, pure and invigorating.
Jas. 11. Moss, of tho Columbia Mo.,
Herald: Your pcoplo aro more largely
Americans and your farming country
is tho best I have ever scon. This Is the
only placo wo have seen that is at nil
J. G. Nowhlll, of the Springfield, Mo.,
Express: What I boo of your cltleB 1
judge your people aro a wlde-awtiko,
whole-souled, generous citizenship.
Your towns are not all to wreck in tho
outtklrtB. The farms are well kept up.
It stamps the character of your people.
They set an elegant pace.
C. A. Grise, of the Wilmington, Del.,
Peninsular Methedist: Wo are per
fectly charmed with your people. Their
hospitality exceeds everything we have
over seen. Wo have encountered no
police. You must bo a peaceful people.
The south can no longer claim a monop
oly of exceeding hospitality.
FredQ. Usllton, of tho' Kent News,
Chestertown, Mil: Your roses, cher
ries, ami HoworH aro larger, ana your
people turn out better Minn In tho older
J.W. Buchanan of theGremida, Miss.,
Seutiuel founded hi 1851: Your poo
plu are suporlorlu many resfkiots to all
western pcoplo, opoti-haarted, generous,
hospitable. Your Indies are as healthy,
lovely! modest ami fine looking as any
in tho south. I have travelled In every
state and territory, exeopt part of New
England, and I like Oregon best of till
W. B. Rogers of the Trenton, Mo., Re
publican : I have the lest Impression
of your pcoplo, They are most hosplt
ablo and the country compares well
with the best part of Missouri.
Mrs. S. M. Moses, Mrs. Frances E.
Owens, Mrs. Fanny M. Hurley. Mrs.
Mary B, Powell, Mrs. A. P. Brliiknuiu,
Mrs. E. J. Abbott and Mrs. A. C. De
Luce of the Illinois Woman's Press As
sociation aro with tho excursion.
Miss Uutra Jones, of thu Drain Wutcli
man: Tho excursionists are divided as
to whether they like the climate or the
lcoplo or the state best.
J, S. Stewurt, of tho Fossil Journal :
"Our visitors are impressed with the
Idea that Oregoniaiis, aro the most hos
pitable people hi tho world, and that
they have seen the most beautiful 'J00
miles of country in the world.
J. Givons 0 ruddock, editor of tho
Paris Kentuckian, a paper that is 02
Mokes the food more ddrcious ami w!
ROTAl aMIM KWrtH. CO., tw vox.
years old, is one of the live men in the
J. O. Herbert, of MieStarkvtllc, Miss,,
Farm Gazette, is tho hondsomeest man
for his years in the party ho Is about
Tin: .TounvAi. man's age.
AT MAltlON HQITAHK.
Early this morning tho streets of Sa
lem showed signs of the movement and
bttstlo Incident to tho preparation of tho
Marlon sqtiaro was tho center of ac
tivity and presented an uttractlvo scone,
with tho host of brightly attired ladies
moving about In the beautiful grove,
preparing the tables and decora ting
them with tho products of this land of
The ton long tablos were all covered
with white oilcloth, and a rope stretched
from tree to tree around the outside, a
wise precaution to prevent the confu
sion which might arise from thu crowd
ing of the sinull loy mid the thought
less. At tho entrance to this enclosure,
near tho southwest corner of M10 square,
was a small booth for tho rccoption and
distribution of tho pastry. At tho other
extremity the dishes and heavier arti
cles woro handled, and a furnace was in
readiness for tho making of coffee etc.
Hunting, bright paper decorations and
flags wero tastefully disposed almut tho
grove and hung from tho trees, and
everything looked clean, bright and at
tractive. Gideon Stoltz exercised uenoral sujier
vision over tho preparations, and tho
managing committee consisting of Mrs.
Geo. It. Burnett, Mrs. E. M. Laforo and
Miss Callsta Mooro directed the arrange
ment of the tables.
On tho streets leading to Marlon
square boqticts and baskets of (lowers
wero moving toward that center from
early morning until noon.
iiankn or t-i.owi:ns.
Several hundred lioquots of roses,
lilies, sweet peas, ocean spray, pausies,
eardattons, pinks, phlox, canterbury
liolls, and other beautiful and seasona
ble llowora woro brought to Tim Joun
nai. olllcu for tho editorial guests. Somo
ladles brought from one to a dozen
bouquets, and many failed to placo their
cards 011 tho same, Among those whose
names wero attached aro the follewing:
Miss Ferno Bentley, Mrs. S, A. Jones,
High St; Mrs. E. Hofer, Miss MoKln
nlo, Mrs. J. A. Bernard!, Mrs. C. Marsh,
Mrs. Frelnard, Mrs. Cora Crane, State
St: Mrs, J. N. Ryan, .Mrs. J. II. Elgin,
(pioneer of Yi2) Mrs. II. M. Branson,
Mrs. A. F. Hofer, Mrs. N. M. Jjtrnod,
Airs. Livingstone, Mrs. Ilochdanor, Mrs.
S. E. Howard. Mrs. Mary Brooks. Mrs.
F. N. Derby, Mrs F. Doling. MUh
Minnie DeUmg, Mr. J. Morlock (i unhid
0. Wilson. Mrs. Rnimhlld Wlue. Y. 1
S. C. E. Salem; Mrs. F. R. Oshoruo,
Mrs. C. H, Brock, Mrs. E. C.Cross, Mrs,
S. S. (Ilmblo, Miss Eva Chatwtn, Mrs.
J. V.Taylor, Mrs. F. V. Whlttlor, Mrs.
J. C. Brown, Mrs, J. O, Card. Miss
Hortenso Levy, Mrs. C. W. Gilliugham
Mrs. R. R. Ryan.
The hotiquots will fill a earrrlagu and
will he taken to the train for tho depart
A. L. Bonus, Gazette, Carson City,
Michigan: "Oregon is simply u delight
ful country, not only to the eye, whore
admiration is constantly Invited, hut to
the reason as well, which shows that Its
resources aro vast and its possibilities
beyond computation. You ought to be
proud of your state."
L. C. Taylor, Herald, Alexandria. Bo-
Dak. : "Your valleys form a continuous i
panorama of beauty, wealth and hospi
joun in. uapp, ueconl. Fa rfield: JR
Wayne county, 111., down In Emitt
"Wo are simply surprised and dollchtedlt
with vour cnitntrv. ami I .. .tu D;l
--rfi .... , bui Kimiu w -,
risk my vcractlllty by writing to my pa.5
per tho full truth about .what I have,
scon and experienced In Oregon. We
havo manv Illinoln iwmtn in m. t,T,.
a M.I 11. ..ui .,.. .. .. . -r''..
nun uiuiv uru iimny more wno will want
S. W. Culp, Times, Morrlsonvlller
III.: "Nothing too flattering can be said
of your valley and your state In KenenihJ
It is a revelation of vast resource aadri
beauty of scenery and climate which fii
UailUall J. CUlhmll. VlrL-Jmra-
Miss., Evening Post; Thl hi lovely"
country. Our reception everywhere ii$
urogon lias sliown that for hopItlltyj
uregou is an rigni. ,j
Isidore A. Levy, Forkland, Ala'.1!
Miner: Oregon U a marvel to us allS
luur Minima are as oeauilIUI as yourl
mountains, i ou certainly have a graml!
It. ll. Speed, Nevada, Mo., Mallt 2JI
iiku uregon aim 11 seems to me your
peoplo nro the most soclablo, hospitable!
1 ever sawvaiiypliero. Cherries I novcM
saw such boforo.,. .
F. V. Robinson. Marvvl lo. Mo., nk;
publican : I never saw a prettier valleyj
than tho Willamette. Your fruit andJ
Holds, will open the eyes of all EaUrnj
pooplo your climate ii certainly dej5
J. M. Page, Democrat, Jereyvllfi!
Ill,, corresponding secretary of tbel
National Association said: "This trlpM
has been u revelation to tho great ma,
jortty 01 our party, iou nave a mora
nlilccnt country of great possibility andi
you havo certainly done It a great sc'r-
vlco in promoting this tour of your visits
ors through tho valley. Wo have bceni
royally treated everywhere and shoujSj
carry homo tho most pleasant memority
of tho trip."
Coiitlnutd on fourth Pact.
When You Rlk Yewr Wh1.
Always shako Into vour shoe All'1
Foot-Easo, a powder for the fMU.-t'Hi
Keeps your root cool, prevents iwent
lug feet, and makes your eadurMW1
ton-fold greater, Oyer one lullllcfWl
wheel people are using Alton's Foot1
Kuse. They all praise It. It (five,
rest and comfort to smarting, hoO
ttwoolen, aching feet, uud Is a certain
euro for ingrowing nails. At all dm-!
gists und shoo stores, 25o, SaiupMi
FREE by mall. Address, Allen rS,1
uiuisten, Li uoy, N. Y. 3j$
inn oats, barley and ryoj) Mrs. II. Cro
Isiiii, Mrs. R. Basoy, Miss Delia Os-
Miss Ulara .Mo.Hiriiiii.il, .Mrs. J.
Cigars and Tfecc.
Try Our fee CreannS
154 State .,
Ciiicaoo, July 11. Septerabw
Cash 2 red 74.
San Fiiancisco, July, 11, Cash 'lUOjj
tt vr 'r y tt tv v tt vt tt frryf yf tv v TrmrrrTfTr vryrrrwwSi
Jos. Meyers & Sons
Salem's Greatest Store.
are not u sign of old age. The youthful
eyes nrel regulating as much us the
older eyes need help, We urn assist
both. In our
Are instruments for testing the sight
ami a skllwl optician to fit glasses to
weak or defective eyes. Examinations
are free. Call and seo us when In mrd
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
118 8TATD STREET.
J. a ColgaB returned today frm
MeMlnnvllle, 'ter vWUng with (riWMij.
San Francisco Excursion
Only S17.50 for tlie Round Trip,
Plenty of time to see everything.
AN IDEAL SUMMER OUTING.
Leave Salem August 3d
Side trips to Mt. Hamilton, Tumalapias, Berkley, Pajo Alto
nnA -Kirimn; nhres of Interest. For detailed information and
tickets, enquire of W. W. SKINNER, or H. D. Patton, Salem,
'or OK. C. W. BARR, Manager, Lebanon, Ore.
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HeeuruM tho line Columbia if 1
within tho time
New French Models
Adupted to American requirements.
Gored and Bias cut,
W, B, CORSETS'
Are superior tolmjioried cornets in
workmanship, material and lluish.
and are about omt-half the prlceasked
for this class of uornets. Two lines
Hummer wulsts just received, In
light weight netting,
In dark and light grounds suitable
for waists and dresses, values to lit
Summer Clearance Sale
The following lines faultless In
styles uud qualities at very attractive
Hultablu for Ijeuuh oraouiilry Qiittng
A Better One
That every More sells (or Ifi ueuts
10c, and for 15 and 20c.
We are showing some oxcellunt val
Lues In plain and figured goods.
I prlcos) Tlgl
Suits for 59c.
BAHGAiyS ABQUX1) SO WAST Ifi NO TIME LOOKINCr ELSJJWHJB
278 -280 Commercial St, The Old White Corn;
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