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CLEAN OUT! We wish to close out
every Shirt Waist in stock, and
TO COAX YOU TO BUY
Will sell them at X X
Xese tban (5o$t.
Call and see them at A) A
They are ready for your inspection
New eon Plaids
A pretty assortment of tlie best
Foreign and Domestic productions.
Exclusive styles, Call and see them,
J. J. DALRYMPLE & COMPANY.
Clear, Bright Eyes
no matior Iww beautiful, may lw ifo
fcellve Ih some way, which will aliow
ltelf MXMHir or later. WIhmi your wye
hIkIiI i ear and defect corrected,
eeme to me I will tt it free, ami At it
with glasses Uiat will add, instead of
detract from the beauty of your axpree-
WW. i ik an Kimm or stecwc rvir
Jug, ran reidoee any Mini o a km while
you wait; rimleasor other complicated
IwrHxM, you will And my charges reason
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Tonight fair, Thumlay lair warmer.
The Daily Journal has
more subscribers in Salem,
and paid-up ones at that.
than any otiier newspaper.
Ice Not Olvcn Away,
1 oannet aftorl to give low away,
in within the
a . fc' . . . w
am mUIhk a mire article at a mice that
a- " ---
reeen of an.
CKVM-4L Im WoNk'S,
J. Masnire, Prop, i Hit
KHnjjer A Bck,SMcMMa ta SeethSafom
All order for bottled beer ill Im ailed
U Utu brewery. Kept on culd atofNae,
Free sjty delivery. TefophonetlU.
Ice Very Neatly OWen Away,
We oao ttlve lc awny, to onuvlnee ycu
uquio. and eo now hlit a ohunk you tat
fur I lulu leonqy. Our lee U iiiuntifua
turo from pure dlhtllled wutar.J
Cat-ltol lee Work,
e a8tf Ku.nuhk A: Unok.
Mr. Mabel Kvane went to gee lie to
.lay. J. IlehMfy of Oak Orove, hi la town
Chae. IWaua of Uatedale wae in the
1. Riga of Crowley, to in the eftjr on
John Spanfoie the StaytoM miller, wm
in the city today.
Judge W. X. GarreUon returned from
Portland thin morniwt;.
Urn. Magere wa a mawer to il
rertott tothty to TieitreMtlree.
CluiiilaiR (iillrt, who )m bwm rWt
ine Salem frieNue returned to Kmjewe
Tkm. Uolmaa al (1. (I. Itrown left
thin morniiMr to Join their penplu at
T. I lolvmon retarnod from I'ortlawd
Wxlay via Ht ahle driving from Perry
Mba Anna Parev, who hi the xet of
her NHde, Prank Davey. went to lVt-
A band iif iiuorhrmM bone are at
KedalMuah'a Urn today. They were
driven from 1'riiwrilW.
Mr. and Mr. A. K. Inn, left Uito
mornute for Sitotuute, wherv they Hill
make their future home
AValtvr Towmettd wae in thb morning
Iron SiriwKVaWy and MtyehathMi not
Immmi injured to any extent.
Mr. Ui. iswartit left thie morniHg to
join Iter liunlmnd, who to in the xeut
iiHwnlMin went of Junction City.
II. V. Hu.ldard, of HuulMnl, my
-roM are all in fair condition awl not
injured ae much a wae expected.
Mr. Halwh Da vidton eame down from
Corvallii Uauiy to join lierhueband who
to couimUttMry at the peuitoatlary.
iJeMtemnt W. K. Pinter and Ser
gnt 0. I). IlMtdemei, of Woodbura,
late of ('omMny M Hr in town today.
Mia Mabel Bleach and Januw John-
now went to IinlbM thto momim; where
tiny hUI visit with Mr. and Mr. B. II.
W. II. Watkine. of Iiwleiidmr,
in thie morning, my erofw over
there have not been hurt m much ea
wae at firet aupMMl.
J. H, 8heinl, uf m wm in toiat
ami eaya thv grain ovw there to not hart
TWO IMPORTANT ORDINANOES.
Ctty CoeocH Frondes for Bonds and Street
The eHy eoenefl met oa Taes&yevea
img m adjoerwed scettog, with 3Iayor
Mthop. Keeorder Jadah and AMermea
Baren, Geeaer, GriewoW, MeGrew,
IUbbs, aW Walker prwoat.
AUtnatH MeGrew of the eeataieUee
oa ire and water reported Utat the eftv
benee were oat of oats. lie reeom
monded that thirty beahele l bought,
to hut uatfl eaie of the new ere eoaM
beteeared m mch eenditiea that R
would be adrheWe to bay a year's me
aty at onee, and the msk alderman
was authorial to bay thirty buebei; la
ia of n searket.
The following bide were reeervad hi
reefiQwiw to the city's adrartfcoment for
IA tons of bay:
Geo CotJin, cheat f 7 W
RVewster White, OmeOty W
ItrewMer A H'hito, ebeat 7 0)
Wastacott & Irwht, timothy IS 0
The biJ of Brewetor k White wa ae-
eepted for " tone of Timothy bay and
i tone of cheat.
The remgnation of Peter Oraber ae
ho "anew wm accepted, and he was
eleetod driver of the how wagon.
Thto wm in accordance with the rec
ommendation of Fire Chief Charehill
who aim reeom mended O. J. Hull for
hofewtan, vice Wm. Lawton, enlisted in
the L'nited States wrrkc, alto Thomas
Towjwend, vice Peter Gralwr, promoted.
A petition was received that a foot
bridge be constructed on Twenty-first
street in Myers addition ; also a petition
akig for the construction of a sewer in
block 1. These were referred to the
committee on streets and public high
ways. An invitation was reeeived from the
League of American Municipalities to
attend the animal eon ten tie of the
League at Syracuse, New York, Sep
tember IB, to 22.
TJmj street lighting ordinance was
read the flrt ami scoml Umee and
amended in some minor particulars for
the purport of making it more speeinc.
The ordinance wae then read the third
time and pamed unanimously.
The bond ordinance was read the third
time and paesed unanimously.
mlu ONtHman paiv.
A. F. Mctee l 00
K. II. Puaac l m
Uarrie Prior l Co
CLOUPS HAVE ROLLED BY
Asd tb Prospects are Brighter thae
Little Dimajre Vsme and Muoh
irem the Rates.
G.G. Gans. Sr.,
J. it. Mc.Miry
j. ami n.
.Huteeman lNb. On
Satom 1 T. Co..
Salem Sentinel . . . . ,
Kernardi A 1) ,
Ihiren A II ,
.Salmi! Gas Co ,
Saknn Gas Co ,
P. S. DttarlxM X SO
llrwwetor A White 9 M
Hrwl WW( 275
K. K. Mourej Jt Co J so
Mm. T. Maguirw 6 t0
K. J5. Ijimirtrt 4ft
Aahmt T. I). Co io 00
Dr. W. H. Bynl . .2 80
It. M. Wade A Co 1 oi
Salem Water Co fil 4s
Ladiee Can Wear Shoes.
One ftlxe smaller after UsIok Allen's
Pftot- Bast, a nowder n be shaken Into
the shoes. It makes Hunt or new
iiioos feel eaty; uMvch iosUtnt rollof to
earns ami uunioos. it's tlio ureuteea
omiifort discovery of the aire. Cuius
swollen teei, (Misters and callous pots.
Allen'o FiKit-Kas Is a certain cure for
lok'rowlnk' nails, sweatioi;. hot, aehlntf
ftet. At all drmuMsLs ami slioesLorM.
36c Triul tckaKn PKBB by mall
Address, Allen H. Olmitod, Le Hoy,
N. V. 1
Parmars that were seen teday either
had throihod before the rain or are so
wfl pkaued whh the wwthor that they
wear a afoaatat smile, sad feel better
It now tame oat that most of the
hue and cry about the erop being rawed
was due to street farmers. Koae of the
real formers are in town today, who
have wet wheat, bat mt kking after
The rain are over, the efoade have
roiled by, and that ray of discourage
ment to blotted out. All to srttt and
everybody to happy. The nine have
done more aood than harm, and there
to rejoicing everywhere.
Farmers are now busy reehocking
their grain and drying it out. The coed
north wind and sunshine could not be
better under the circumstance. Partic
ular peine should be taken to separate
what little wheat is injured om that
which to sound, and thus save ockage
or all. The rains have helped late
s priog grain wonderfully, as well as the
hop crop, lotatoes and gardens, and
will make magnificent fall feed. Plow
ing is now facilitated, ami om the h Irate
it to safe to to repeat that the amount of
damage done will not equal benefits de
rived from the oopious showers.
At Friedman's New Racket
We have got hold of several snaps in these goods, and will g'wt our customers
the benefit thereof. Twenty-five per cent saved by buying your supplies of us.
BE ON TIME!
Come and take
BE ON TIME!
Hop Gleves: We are selling lower than any other house.
advantage of this before it is too late.
Overalls and Jumpers for boys and men. Best value in the city.
Comforters and Blankets: Ve cany an immense stock. We bought them as
bargains and will sell them as such.
Men's Overshirts: A good article, only 25c each.
Aten's Underwear: Serviceable goods at 25c, each.
Towels and ToweJing. Table Cloth and Napkins, Hosiery and Suspenders.
We are headquarters for bargains in all these lines,
HOP CROP INFORMATION.
All Have to
And many of tboee who have the
privihtMof chooein; where they will
eat and the ) meal for the price at
the Wonder Kaetaurant.
Prune for Sale.
Cncto Bill AndemMi luw about a ton
of flne Italian prune for wle. Call on
him iniiunliately and tret a bargain.
luchaa it wae rattortad and will
out all riant. Two maahia
atartod today, oa Urn J. L. l'urrtae's
place aad W. Cooper, at Spring Valley.
Mr and Mm. K ClnxU of the Waldo
Hub ware in this moraine and ate tho
crops are not hurt much, yet tome poor
nurM km ocan uii swrwMiaiy in
jur!. Thto morning he beard ieteral
eugiueebloH their hIiUiUm rea.lv lor
A. K. Hirer, ,4 1 1 ill bum. Waahiugtuti
rouaty, waa in town today awumiaiiinl
by hb son, Mr. V. Altfca. of l.lk
county. Both drove ) mitoe yasurday
examing wheal nVkto aad in Ml cae
samiaeil dmu grain. Tfcajr both nay
the grain has uot beaa much hast.
Is the broom
Wc make use of for
OUR CLOSINC OUT SALE
Our Stock is yet complete
But it Hill mit U- in that condition kuuj
if the crowd ltv totuiug our way.
HOT WEATHER GOODS at
BELOW ZERO PRICES,
Shoes for Ladies and Men
As cheap as voi can buy at the factory.
Summer Underwear for Ladies and Men
At uue-liulf price a long as it but.
Corsets, $2 Values for 50c.
And ver hue in propertaaM.
CQIILI BROS. 5 CO.
PIRST DOOR SOUTH OP POSTOPHICIi
Condition of the Crop in Willamette
The hop yards of Polk county are
nearly all looking fim,and have been cul
tivated better thto year than ever before.
The yards have a lighter foliage than in
former years, owing to the fact that
fewer vines were trained than hereto
fore. This will give the hop a better
developing and lew liability to milldew,
and atoo the spray work could b more
Some bop growers are alarmed as to
the present rainy spell injuring the hop
crop, ine rainy weuuw will lo no
harm if we get the proper weather when
it clears up, but on the other hand will
have done much good. The hop crop in
Lane awl Linn counties, writes a eorres
pondent, are in good condition, and the
rains will only make them a little
lateer but will put Height into the hois.
There are now in Lane eountv about
000 acres. The yards located on the
lowlands are all in prime condition and
will yield between three ami four tliou-
sand bales of bop. Lane county hop
grower raise more of the early varieties.
The vermin will not iniure the cron
much unless bail weather continues.
But if good weather prevails from now
on, which is quite probable, there will
be a fair crop. Mauy tuckers are now
iwiti5j w pictc ukj aariy iiojh near
Harrisburg. licking will begin tomor
row if the weather permits in the J.
K. Cartwright, yard, of Foggfe hope,
which contains IS acres. This very
Yurievy 01 nop seewu to be um proper
thing if the quality can be deponed
ome difficulty to beinc experienced
getting pickers to regbter and mmm
difficulty to ab-o experienced in hmut-
im enough bands at the price to be paid
thto MMsan, which to mid to be 40 cenle
The fact that tliere to a larue crop aad
also that there will l some iopie em
IHoyed licking prunes hands will
bo oarr, make the pickers chary about
agreeing to pick for 40 cents.
.mi trie nop growers in andabout Salem
iHuiiam over tlie irtMiecto, and feel
Cor. Commercial and State streetsi Salemr Ore
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
Buswees Being Transacted at the Court
There were two crmmittmenU to the
insane irrlotn from Marion countr
One wae C. C. Cunningham an inmate of
the nenitenttarr, a native otew lork
aged 49 rears, and hie mania to homi
AI Buckingham, of Salem wan aim
taken out. It to understood that hie at
tacks are of ehort duration, and that he
lias renueeted that he be taken to the
In the matter of goardianehiii of John
S. Hawkins an insane pertoa, a stipula
tion be been filed wherebr Eugene
Willie hue until Sent. 1st to' reply to
the anwer of Wm. K. Hawkins to the
former s petition.
J. D. Whsins and Jo-eohine Wis
gins to Peter C. Fmith, Wm. L. Smith
s, r 2 w.
and Stephen, 43,55 acree, in t 4
w d $ 1,306.
May J. Smith and George F. Smith to
Wm. J. Hodgson, lot No. tf, in block No
3, Knglewood addition to Salem, w d
Israel Snyder to M toe Marv Kocber,
one acre in t 4 s, r 1 w w d f 136.
I nitod State to Samuel C. Dike, the
s e M, of the n e ttf , ec 33, and the c
y, of the n w 114, ami and Uw g w Hi
of the n e H sec 31, t 10 m r 7 eaet
John H. Minto, and wife to A. T.
Wain, the north S of the d 1 c of John
Minto and wife in ec 15, t 8 s r J west :
also part of block 42, city of Salem. t7.
John Minto and wife to A. T. Wain,
same premises conveyed an above bv
John II. Minto. 925.
Sarah Kmily I'ewing to A. T. Wain,
tatm iweinu conveyeil ae above by
John II. .Minto. f3S7.
If you want Bargains it Hill pay you
go to The Fair Store, Salem. S-23-2t
AnM.l..u al..A a I l
""""""i ni uieeany rains Hill in
crtMt-e uie yw a con-nlentWe ivrcent-age.
Flowers Kept Fresh.
Motorman II. C. Brawler brought to
tlie Jockxal olllce thto morning two
Gladiolus blmoms nhich Here taken
from a basket of iiowere which were
brought from K. Holer's garden to tlw
State HotiH to decorate the tables on
the day the volunteers arrived, two
weeks ago. The bkfeeoius are as freah
and waxen as though jutt lucked from
the parent stem. They have been kept
in this condition by a little care and at
tention on the part of Mrs. Bressler.
Two stalks were token and kept in freh
water, the blackened ends of tlie stalks
were trimmed off every by, ami ae the
lower bkeaom became ohl they ert
dipped off ami the buds above' them
Why Insure in the New York Life?
BrcACSB--Your Insurnce is not a Luxury nor an Expense without, taoc
ble returo, but an investment of a small sum each year to n iture
10, 15 or 30 years hence If vou lire.
HOMER II. SMITn, Special Agent,
Office with galom Tn MflW C-6m3 Salem. (Ireg'in
Hay, Grain, Mill Feed
Flour, Salt, etc.
91 Court St.
Give us a call.
Brewster & White
Pobtlaxd, Anif-t 23. Wheat valley
blh to 5S ; alia Walla. 56 to 57c.
Flour Portland, 2.75 to 3.25. Super
fine 2.1& per bbl.
Oats White 4344c.grer 42 to 43c.
Hay Timothv 81 leper too.
Hops 1 1 9 1 3c ; old crop 6c.
Wool Vallev. 12 13c: Eastern Or
egon. S3 12. Mohair, 27 (ft 30.
Millstuff Bran, $17: shorte. MS.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, i3.5O04.CO .
turkeys, live, I3(gl3)c. '
Eioe Oregon. IS to 18,'c per dox.
rtO lbs. 7i,3Si, : sheep jlta, 152V. .
Onions 75cW) mr sack.
Buttor Best dairy, 30335; fane
creamery, 40c to 45c jer roll, store 22 to '
PoUtoes 75 to M per cental.
Hogs Heavy dreesed 56
Mutton Iresed, 56c per pound.
Beef Steers. $4.00ai4.; cows, $3.00
$3.5Q dreeted, b.
Veal dreeted, tM7c.
Wool 16c, Mohair 30c.
Hay Baled, cheat and clover $6.00.
Flour In wholesale fou 2.7f retail
Miltotuff bran $15.00 shortd f 16.00
Hogs dreeced, 5jc.
Live cattle Steerfe SH cow t) to 3.
I)reaMd Veal Oc.
Butter Dairy 'Ate creamerv Sfte.
Poultry Spring chicketufTto 10-.
Hens S cents.
'For Your Dinner
Fresh meats for broil or t t
i Corned beef its quality we 1a a-,
! Cooked meat, boned feadv to ,
AH when served will proeii. .
If you prefer cooked meat
And wish to avoid the heat,
Have sent to your home
Sausaee or ham without lxi,. .
The Palace Market,
MOYKK & LIiWP.I-
i'hone 2021. Ma'e
Iiy in your winters wippK i w
while clieap. Second grontli lir . nt
from large trees $2.35 j-r crl mhj
large fir, ash and pole k.
I). S. Bkstie ACo
Phone SO. 310 Front cor. C I n.. m t.t.
The German Market
Will be found all kinds of ti .it
and the lt of wtiMile, I L'l F
HKL1VEKY. All bills due-..
late Ann of Wolt . Mi- - k,
WOLsZ, St SON
171 Commercial St.
After the Fire
Our Shoe stock is the
biggest and best we've
ever opened, and our
prices are on the lowest
racket plan that saves you
A Flyinc Trip.
Hubert Asbford, baker at the insane
asylum has jet reutrned from a Hying
trip to the eait. He left Salem two
weeks ago today ami returned on Sun
day, being absent 10 days ami Ss2 liours.
He nent ae far ae Buffalo, N. Y and
there vtoited for a day and night with a
The sume day that he got back Mr.
Afchford resumed his duties at Uie asy
lum, at the post which he has held
since the asylum was firet moved besw
from Portland in l&fit.
Prepare for Hop-pkking.
You cannot hinder tliH rain fmm foil.
ing, but you can preparer bop-picking.
Lstimatiei: Uiat the hoi crt for Dm.
gon would be large, and that many nen
juckers would be required. 1 have bought,
and am now opening several bales of
heavy twill sheeting, a mot economical
material for tents, as afteryou have umx!
it for a shelter durimr vour outinv v..n
can cut tlie cotton up for other puriioses
ttf-L Mill (dU.ll.. . ...1 . l .
.w. ,. touiiir , uoi uecesaarv io lav It
away where it may mildew ami spoil be
fore next season. Then vou will need
rubbers for yourself ami tlie girls, and
blankets to keep you warm : better and
cheaper to buy the articles to keep vou
dry than to have to pay for medical
treatment ami drugs. All Iniy gloves.
I have tiaes and qualities to euit. I bin
for cah, and keep for Mile for cash, a
large stock of tuple and fancv drv goods.
our patronage solicited. ' "
oo- n . , W. H. IIomon,
sii Commercial street.
to clean tip
I must li--.
Water and Smoke.
Men's Shoes, Boys' Shoes, I-idu'i
hoi at your own price. t.tn
and insiiect the stock and st me
95 STATR STRBBT.
Hamilton Br.twn's warranted shoes that always give sat
isfaction, and at less prices than others.
Sumnier shoes at 20 per cent, cuts to close the lines.
Cut Prices on Wheels
Pall goods crowding us.
wheels. Got to have the
Must clean up on
room, Hurry up
1 each gent's and ladies' special, black, $21.00.
21 -inch blue Tribune. $40 model, 330.00
25-inch same, 30.00.
Ladies' 5-10 Tribune, plain black, 530.00.
Ladies' Stearns 'W black, 532.00.
Gents' 30-inch Tribune blue frame, wheels
slightly used. 539.00.
Gents' 30-inch Black, same, 540.00.
Two boys' wheels at a snap.
Three Alen's second-hand, 56, 57, 510.
DraWnlBI' 9t I7.UV Ptnn.ro
0 Victokia, B. C. Aug. S3. New, has
i reacueu uere or tlie aroHning of Frank
Kicani at rive Finger rapids, on the
Yukon. Ricard belonged to the tele
graph construction jwrty. Early re
ports had it was J . C. Tache, an en
gineer of the department of public
works, who wae drowned, but the report
nee, .uHina t irons ;
w ' . . ---.-- aewnn r hi
itu, Charles Smith, J A Wolf, C Had-'
c??!ihJ?Sratf T Templet...
- "m, JIW. V IltMIMtliVHIUI
awt. U lI"7 Voung, Safom ; 1 C Kis
enbach.ew Wk; Mrs M E Hamrick,
Beasie Hawmk, Chica; Charles King
Mrs Charms Kin., p V ii.- i Pi
If you want Baraains it will
to go to The Fair btore, Salem.
Allan Buckingham, who has been ill
for some time was this morning ex
amined by County Judge Terrell and
Dr. Smith, and declared to bo suffering
from tomnorary mental deriuMUM.t
I'ndor their advice he was eoutwittod to
toe asylum for treatment.
New Brick AddltKm.
As F. W. HolUs A Co., proprietor of
toe new furniture store need more room
to store and display their stock, thair
Uun 4x70 built la the rear.
Hubbard I C Condon, Ueo C Meifott.
P Jones, F 1 1 Wiencken. Portlaml.
"'M; irriu KckeMey, Cove, Or;
Minnie Elton. The Dallas, I). K. Swank
J. GranUle. Orange Oitv fnu. i t
il. . i ;." ..:.. '-
wnaMn anu wiie, Woolom ; X
i.wers, roruami ; .. t. Nye, San
.5tf;VTXuwait,a w :
Une. W F nedges. Lyon,, Qr,. M
mtt1'..1 Spancer, Sir! Mathlce
vnr oneu, tlty.
When Your Groceries Arc Dc
you will always Mud them to K j i-' a
ordered and "straiglit, go.U" i .-tit
through. If you suud your rl' '
either telephone or mail it will U- i.'M
just as satisfactorily, ami of good v .
Uie same as if you onlerwl in ptr-'n
Our line of delicacies, fancy grn. .hi
is bej-oml coiupetitiou for either , il
ity or price.
124 StJte at Telephone 51
A Pine Praeeat.
aai io UWKe tour
All big buys. Want to show you anyway
WIGGINS BAZAAR, 307 Com.
8Mi Mving ereu b, smth.
lUMMlafo, was brought to town
Monday .and is at the home of ah alitor
Mrs. LauelMMd. aafiWi..., f. Jmi'
Jk-ILU ffm u-ua . 1-JTv;..T:.. rvT
and has sufforeil severely. An
Uo may be necessary.
Major Parcy Willie has teawranbed
to Washington bis acceptontCTthiap.
poiatiuentas cautain with mmhnmi
totha y-MtTrWinamt, whKwa1
mat ia aecofuauM, with the
raoomnMndation of tioveraor Gear
Mavoi r WillisS. also the wepmntof other
P" V! m Um ai of the inforwta.
Maaikof whkh he has beweS
Jjwsijmahii wtanu navebeei
fownl by Bert Low at the llatol Port-
1-."? iEIVT ".J"."
ZZTT cZ! " ." awttto, sucees
. w fjfwj, klM) ArUH.
v. r. m . orowu has just comtMatod
jaet beec. Auutied by Pugh A Gray.
One I-) Piatiouid given away every
mouth. Far furtlu tZir,i,i..,'iJ?J
! tlP?.?1 " Sweeseor to Sp-ry
the ArUat. Don't form that w. ZZhi
IwentyHme pictnree for Si cants.
,U WMc-l THE QROCEU
Or.; M K "4 StJte at Telcph
, rl AM ARK
Vm Strictly Pui
VCS.C owavaaac f vtdtoM.
No Mora Carpet Menonoly.
aveluji fMiwa ilua u .
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