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FOR YOUR MONEY.
THe most popular JTmas gilt, endless
Variety and all price.
Bona and collarettes. Bargains In
every fur garment nt SO per cent off
Stock Collars and Tics
of Liberty silks, satins. ''rivet etc-
FiJlows ?sid Covers
14. 10. and 18 square with funcy
Popular Dress Goods
Wool sololls black Silk warp Henri
ettas Venetians all colors, Scotch
plaids etc. etc.
Very acceptable for Xmas Perfumes,
Powders, Lotions, and Waters.
Jackets at M off
Copes at 20 per tent discount.
will Iks closed outsat l-5f off cash
COMBS r '
BELTS AND BUCKLES
QOt COMMUKOIAL ST,
Coaie Today not tomorrow for Cameras,
Photographic supplies and Artist's material.
Fry's Drug Store.
See our elegant stock of celluloid goods, high
grade perfumes and Adam's hair brushes, my!
they are the finest ever brought to this city.
We guarantee a saving on all holiday goods
also a 5 per cent rebate check given with every
. ..cash purchase. 310 Commercial St.
Conclude!! From First I'lipe
a: The most elaborately embroiderhd, the finest quality
linen, the largest assortment, and the most for the
money," will be found at our Handkerchief Counter.
Ladles' white inltiol liandkcrhiofs, TC A,VU
Fine quality : -C CaCll
Men's silk initial handkerchief, Crt. arr"
hemstitched, heavy quality .... JVC tawi
Fancy embroidered lino hundreds C 4- C"3 nfVr-
of styles and prices C TO -J)J eaCIl
15c to 60c each
Best linen hemstitched
handkorchlofs for men
J. J. DALRYMPLE & COMPANY
Who Said He Couldn't
See a Good Thing
When It was anywhere within Ids reach.
Santa Clans rcnllr.es the necessity of
proporly fitted glasses for falling eye
sight and knows that nowhere in Hiiloin
can the signt bo properly tested and
fitted with handsome glasses as riuht
lioro. Wo liaru a superb stock of optlljil
goods in gold and othoi metals. Bpco
taeles and oyottlnssos for Xmas, and hol
iday gifts at Kilt prices.
Eyes tested free.
Mall orders will receive prompt at
'JO years experience.
aoe COMMICHOIAI. 8T
fair. Tuesday fair
DcWitt'a Little Early Risers purify
tlio blood, clean the liver, luvlgorato
the system, Fatuous lit tin pills for
constipation and liver troubles.
Humes Drug Stores.
Sidney Power Co. .
Every sack guaranteed. X
Made from old wheat. In
quire of your grocer, or tele
phone JNO. 51.
Is making moun
tains of Candy for
Xmas these days,
and as usual will
have the finest as
sortment at the
114 Btato St.
Out 178 Days,
Tho good ship Urlssle hits Just arrived
with a cargo of tlio celobrated Giant
I'ortlaud Cement, Plenty 011 hand and
for sale. Also 0,000 feet drain tlio at
D. S, BENTLEY & COMPANY,
310 Front Stroot.
OPINIONS Or (IKOWHIS.
V prominent liop grower, of Harris
burg, writes as follews:
"I am hanny tbboablo to state the
growers here are turning in their crops
to tlio Association for sale at a wholesale
rate, and I believe Hint we have weath
ered tlio worst of tlio storm:"
A. I!ronvllIo hop grower writes to
the Arsoctatlon the follows!
'J received your letter and tlio blanks
ami will do all fenn to got all the hops
into tlio pool. There Is no doubt but
that every ono will go into the Associa
tion, tfomo hero have sent samples
East and nro holding off a little to hear
from them tills week. Next week they
Mill lw ready to act. I would come
down, hut cannot at this tlnio. Will you
please keep us posted hi regard to tlio
liop Interests and wliut is Iwlng done."
A iettor from a prominent hop grower
of Sheridan is as follews:
"1 did dot receivo your letter inform
ing mo of tlio Hop 0 rowers' mass meet
ing until too late. I was very Borry, ns
1 would liavo likod very much to have
lieeu present. Let me hear from you
A hopgrgwer oi Jordan" writes:
"I liavo a fow hops. What per cent
do you advance so I can redeem my
hops and putthem into the association."
A liop grower of North Yamhill hav
ing about ftfi bales of good qallty hops
writes to the Association as follews:
"Your letter of tho fith, at hand and
contents carefully noted. I have 35 bales
of good quulity hops which I desire to
put into tho aseoccatiou and got tho
association price. Please answer and
state all tho particulars."
A liop grower of Gaston w rites as fol fel fol
eows: "I nm a small grower having 2ii hales
of what I believe to bo good hops, 110
mold and woll dried, and wrlto to know
what arrangements I can make with
A grower of Sidney writes to the As
sociation tho follewing:
"I liavo 111 bales, aliout 11000 lbs, hops.
1 wish to pool and Join tho Association
Please advise mo how to proceed ami
The Association received the follow
ing letter from a prominent grower of
McMluuvllln, who dcsiroi to turn In his
"Your letter did not reach me In
time, therefore I could not moot with
you in Salem but hope that I will hear
the result of tlio meeting before long as
I am greatly in favor of tho Association.
1 have 130 bales of hops that I desire to
turn over to tlio Association."
A prominent Salem hopgrnwer writes
"Enclosed herewith Hi id a transfer of
my 102 baloi of hops to tho Association.
Hoping tho Association all the success
It merits, I remain.
The following letter from Dayton Is a
samplo of loiters received from nil pints
of the linpgrowlug section of Oregon :
"I feel the necessity of uniting in tills
Association for tho protection of the
hopgrowers, and would llko for you to
send me a few copies of the bylaws of
the Association, Wo liuvo over 800
bales in this neighborhood."
A Jefferson grower lias written
following to tho Association!
"There arc about 20 hop growers in
tho neighliorhood and all of them greatly
favor the pooling of their hops and
are in favor of the Association."
A prominent liopgrower of Gervais
writes as follews:
"I wrlto to Inform you that I have IKJ
bales of hops. I wish to subscribe for a
few shares tit present but later on I will
subscribe for more."
A prominent hojigrower of Macleay
has written to the Association tlio fol fel fol
eowing: "Your circular letter of the 0th inst.,
received. I will bo plecased to receive
the plan of pooling our hops by the O.
H. G. A. also by-laws and Articles of in
corporation. PleaBO send mo blank
form of application for placing my hops
In tho O. H. G. A. Peel as I am going to
put my hops with tho Association. Send
me three or four blanks as I may be able
to accomplish something for yon in tills
vicinity. With best wishes for success, I
Santa Glaus Headquarters
It Is not all gold that glitters, neither are our holiday goods all on paper,
but we liuvc the largest stock of nice toys in the city and plenty of good acconio
datingclerks to show you around, whether you come in tho forenoon or afternoon
YOURS FOB BARGAINS
THE FAIR STORE.
That Christmas goose or turkey at
fitclner's market. 12-18 3t
Kx-Scnntor Will R. King, of Baker
City, was in this city over Sunday, Ho
at Oregon City, Saturday night, and nil-
dressed a Fusion meeting.
iiATTni j i nnifTiiin
HULIM! Ml Willi
Uunks Release Money,
fir Atsnclnlcd I'ren In the Journal.
Nkw Yoiik, Dec, 18. As a result of a
meeting of the Clearing Houso commit
tee f 10,000,000 has Iheon .loaned on the
As a result of this action of the clear
ing houso hanks, call money dropped to
six per cont.
TODAY 'U MARKKT.
Portland, Dec. 18. Wheat valloy
im... ttn.. r ina t.i.i. tttinnt T tf.
vsm MUn ui iru 1.DIU1 lav... i.iiu
Clussics" "The .Prince of Peace" Pansy,
HookletB 'Mc. Wiggins' Bazaar.
J. Al Waddle, M. K. Freeman, Wal
ter Jackson, Geo. Caper, J. B. Donald
son, Portland; M. L. Jones, Uroeks: W,
M. King, . W. King, W. O. Guthrio,
Miss Burton, Albany; J. A. Wolf, II. 1).
Calton, San Francisco; J.' W. Evnne,
Oakland; Talbut Strobridge, San
Francisco; W. O. Bend, Halsey.
M. L. Jones, president of tlio Hop
growers Association, is In town. He is
working hard to make to mako it a sue
cesi. He is a lurgo grower himself.
60 & CI Walla Walla. 60c. to 61.
Flour Portland, $2.75 to 3.00.
flno $2.16 cr bbl.
Oat Whlto 3630o, grey 35.
Hay Timothy I0lll.00 por ton.
iiops flcsiio; oni crop 0 cs uc.
egon, 814c Mohair, 27 30.
,uii, mum .tvii.ni, ., i iu.
iMillstuff Bran. $17: shorts. $18.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, f 3.00 to 3.60
Hens 4 to 4.60, turkeys, llvo, 13c.
Kggs Oregon,26c per doz.
00 lbs, 708tf ; shoep pelts, 1520c,
Onions 1 to lkc.
Butter Best dairy, 37040; fancy
creamery, 60c to C6a store 26c 36c per
rotaiocH ou to ouc per cental. .
Hog's Heavy dressed 5c to, 0c.
Mutton Dresscd,0)c to 7c per pound.
Beef Steers. $3.60f 4.00; cows, $3.00
(3$3.50 dressed, lieof OK to 7Jsf
Veal dressed, 0080.
Wheat 68 itounds and over 40c.
Wool 10c, Mohair 30c.
Hops 0 to 10c.
Barloy 35 to 38c.
Oats-2U 0 28c.
Hay Baled, cheat $8.00., Timothy
Flour In wholesale lots $2,70 retail
Mlllstuffs bran $13.00 shorts $16.00
Hogs dressed, 6Kc
Live cattle Steers 3cows '11 to 3.
Dressod Veal (l)yc.
Butter Dairy 18 ccrcamcry 25c.
Poultry Chickens (J to7o, Turkeys 1
Potatoes 25 to 30c
SNOOK. At their homo, South Salem,
Dec. 17, 1800. to Mr. and -Mrs. II.
Snook, their first son.
Sedgwick corps W. II. O. will this
evening hao a Christmas tree enter
tainment at their Jlinll. Admifniou 10
cents. Everybody Invited.
Christmas Close at Hand
and all are preparing to entertain their
friends. Tho best place to buy your
mince meat, fruit, groceries and pro
la ions is at tlio reliable storu of Bran
Mm k Itngau. 12 13 cod
Rain or shine, holiday, Sunday or
weekdays makes -no difference to a
man's appetite. Ho wants tlio best to
bo hnd at all times anil that's why so
many patronize the
While Bouse Restaurant,
106 State St., Salem, ami ,
SI. Elmo Restaurant,
244 Commercial at, Salem
GEORGE BROS., Proprietors.
Yew Park Grocery.
(4 Fresh Oregon Buck- M
A wheat Hour. f
Fresh Oregon Buck
Maplo syrup in bulk.
Taylor's col 0 b r a t o d
muter always on iiauu.
Allen & Bowersox
EVERYTHING AT COST,
The entire stock of tlio Osborn Racket
Store, opposlto Postofllce, Salem,
Oregon, is now beimr sacrificed at cost.
No Reserve I No Foolishness 1 Every
thing Goes I Tho stock consists in part
of Shoes, Undorwenr, Hats and Caps.
Dolis, Notions, Gentlemen nnd Ladies'
rnderwear. Celebrated "Bull.Breeclies"
at ft, formerly $1.25.
OSBURN'S RACKET STORE
HANSHAW-BOItT At the homo of the
bride's parents, December 17th,
4:30 p. in.,. by Rev. Ronald McKillop,
Chns. A. llort and LottiuHunshaw.
Complete Christmas tree outfits, nuts,
candy, ornaments and candles at prices
which defy competition nt Tho Spa, 114
iThe Palace Market
Will fill your order for a roast,
broil or fry of beef, mutton,
pork or sausago. Corned beef,
nicely cooked, boned and pressed
ready to slico for your luuch.
We have our own delivery man.
Your patronage solitited.
MOYER & EDWARDS,
Phont 2021. 138 Stato St.
Senator. Simon is on the public build,
lugs and grounds committee where ho
can look alter the bnloin poitollico
Do You Like M Ince Pie?
We sell Tliliu ininro meat. Clean,
fruity and as "good as mother ustd to
make." Sold only In bulk, you buy as
much ns you want
12 12 1 w IIiiansox A IUiia.
We present our stock of goods to the attention of the people
with tlio assurance that it is not surpasned 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
ee our Guaranteed
$15 Gold Filled Watches.
Sterling Sller Umbrellas and Walking Sticks. Give us
a call. We can save you monoy, us we buy in largo iiian
titicit and direct from the Manufacturers.
S- W- THOMPSON -n- OO.
Of Elegant China and
J SATURDAY WAS A HUMA.ER, DO YOU ? X X
A rare opportunity to
snd kjKMtf In
llrCkSonnenum has an immense grocery trade
and hasn't room enough to carry all the lines of
goods, ne has concluded to dispose o. the
crdekery and glassware and therefore will sell
them at Auction at his place of business on
State street, next to Liberty. Sale commences
Tuesday, December 19 at 2 P. M,
and continues daily at 2 and 7 P. A. until all
the above mentioned stock is disposed of.
Bonaz Embroidery I
The above three items we know wo own at tho lowest cost price it's ius. SB
slble for any concorn to buy them at. Wo bought our handkerchiefs X
aw ay last summer, before they were brought to this country, and so- jg
cured the import prices on them. That'M why you'll find our fie hand- m
Uiehlefilike some stores ask 10e for. The 1ft, 18, 2d. and 25o lines in-
elude some marvelous values, l'ure linen hemtitohed and emhroidensl X
at ISc and up. (
CROSSING THE OCEAN
TIDDLE DE WINKS
WAR AT SEA
The salesman and women wcro kept on a rush since the announce
ment of the great reduction sale for tho puriwso of making room for
the Bjirlng stock. It docs not toko the Salem public long to find out a
genuine sale. It is astonishing to boo how many Jackote tho ladles took
away and encR at almost half their vnluo. Tlio only thing that Fried,
man's New Racket had to purchase was trunkH and valises ns Invari
ably tlio customers would pack tho trunks and valise full of goods be
fore leaving tho store. This great reduction s.ilo will continue until
wo go cast for tho spring purchase. Meantime wo must empty rnr
shelves and counters. Those In wont of clothing come In and hear
wljatour suit says to you, hear our overcoat talk, sco what our ui.
ter says to you, hear what our ladles capes and jackets will say to you
seo our ladies' furnishing goods department, look at our prices ml
men's furnishing, hoar our towels talk to you, our ladles' and
men's mackintoshes will say, tako thorn tiwny. Our notion depart
ment we prove immenso bargains to you. Our laces und.embrolderim
will show you that wo mean business. Como while the assortment is
good. You will find that Friedman's New Racket Is the bargain
house of Salem.
Corner State and Commercial.
Talk is Cheap
It coats us money to unnouueo here,
that our mammoth holiday Block Is
Yet We Have
An Immenso assortment of suitable
gifts to t"iik your selections from."
Contuins the novelties of tlio year
and Is packed daily with eager Oliv
ers, which has compelled us to add
extra help to our already large force.
Went well last week, and astonish
nicut was heard on all sides when
wu announced our priced. Hold off
your doll nnd toy buying until .you
have viidtcd Our Annex.
Paffon Bros. Book Sfore
96 and 98 State Street.
Of our mammoth stock of holiday rockv
ers have arrived, step in and select one
before the stock is broken, we will hold
it for you, Prices ranging from $1 to $15,
F. W. Hollis & Company
First Door North of Postofficc.
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
IN THE VALLEY. CONSISTING OF
WON. STEEL, COAL. PHCENIX SHOES,
ALSO CARRIAGE AND WAGON
MATERIAL OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore,
r bug M-W
'1 ram for A
a i-ans for
We liavo a big aswrtmeut starting with full sise decorated mips ami
saucers at 10c and from that on up. Our price are lower thou other
IllililW All BlltllU olllllil t ti-U-i.lt! fklllt tltll! UaW
(wKvi-n v ansa . wrt -
The Bonaz Embroidered Shams
Scarfs and tidies ore most acceptable Chriotmas gifts. The carf start
at 3ie ami range up to i l.us.
Reside our hosts of regular holiday things, llko mirrors, toilet sets, etc,
we fchow some wonderful values in ladies' silk niitteui. men's gloves,
II iic 1 and unllued fancy kinds, slipiwrs. purses warranted knives, scissors,
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rainrs. etc. uome ami sea.
Little steam train in south window runs at -(and 7 p. m.
i i .I ..!
, Ri-r-NBAUM, Auctioneers,
STORE OPEN EVENINGS.
Come Forenoons When You Can,
LOTS OF EXTRA HELP.
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
HOLD THE FORT.
BATTLE OF MANILA?
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ASOY KASTIUIX flUNHKHHIKS iJroMUt
Kxtka quautv KUtL cnuAu ciikcsk. . . . '.V '.".'. 'per lb
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per J lb tl"
10 lbs for ..
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THE LEADER I sToVs
These and all kinds of
Pictures and Embossed Blocks at
F, S, Dearborn's
263 Commercial St.
!.. NwI,1"ts' Aln,?lI. railiit," riilHjrts.'l Wiw
that defy comiH'tition. Como mwi Lu. ..- v. ' ,.'
v" " vrj ilcll,
SALEM'S LEADING STORE.
lll'V miimmiT r,
We ar .l,.i ...... 7"" .'. V""TM.8 PRKSBN'fS
P.hvs. S i ,i::'lr"y""ffJl or ""n "nderwerat vwr.F,
to 7 An all linen hen.stltclS lundklgf WSuand e.nhro.den.l fnui )0
MRfc. m- B. FRASBR 'I
265-271 Commercial St
The Bon Bon
Has A new nronrlnlrcoo ,!. ...iii ,
VS of.lJesl (ectionery and fruits.
1 lhrt 0f 88r8 Bl ,38 Stle Street.
Pfppans far 0bri'ro,'1 t. -':
Christmas is near at hand and f'
pies and plum pudding will 1 ft?T
mand. Yon will And Uie tlrit.ej
Hour, mince meat, fruit dJfLt
luxuries you nee.1 to prepre J7,v!!vi
at llrnnson & Itsgou's. UN"