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From l .V) ii
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, good Rubber-Lined I''"1";
fro in - "
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For $1.25. J
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well k ooi ii In
I'.k-i taiu? itinl also
Will appreciate thedrive
if vou "i-t vour livery
. W. DICKINSON'S
(iixhI rigs, ami prices are
reasonable. Will boainl
horses liy day, week or
A FULih HOUSE
Is hard to beat.
Our h.niBo is full of l".o Furniture, Carpeting,
Wall I'aper, Shades, Picture Frames,
We will serve you well and economically.
The House Furnishing Co.,
306 Commercial St. Next door to P. O., SALEM, ORE.
Stores at Salem and Albany.
thr..uclioul i lie ciitti-. i- Sni- Fen
llill I'iH'H. iflio (: " 'arl.v aSe
liua lir-i.!nM"il btfore crili'-i-l iiiiimc-
I., u ii.niiiMlaktihlc tVltleiU-e Cf
mm r ii
tHleiit. She lir.-t ajipenn-.l in uh
lie at the Bu-e of l.r liefore il-e I'liil
harmonic S(K-i-ty. playing a polo
nuine in A major, bv Wieniuski,
which nwakiniHl nvt.li JereFt. in
Mro Pipef whu received rilh
jjmil f ntliutiinfiii l th" S..uilifin
Oregon Chiiutiinm He pnm-
... i i ... i:..
nier. ,M r. l lp- niue-fn Mii'ii"
have l'fii lirwlel umW-r well
known iiriifi". She wii! married
to John M. Pipe-, " f Judge
Miirtin L pipe,-, wln-n eh.-removed
... u',.-l,i.Mf,.i. 1) C hile in
the Kiiyt .Mrs. I'iii- 'ml the ad
..f i -..ii.tr 1 1 tuli-r MUlIt f
nil u; - i I'M
. i... l,..i .-..ii-in inMriicior in 'he
count rv. Since her ret tun We-t
he Inn? heen h u.emni-r 't tne
SplUner-Koni'iid tplurleUe itnd the
rwibm.l Srinnhonv Orcheetrn.
he Wiis a i.ni.il of Theohr Spi-r
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heen npnoin!' d violin m-.nn'tor in
the Stule rniverciiy Srhot.l of
Mucic at Kncene. She h now
planning u concert tour through
Willnmette vulley cities Kvening
("ouil Mouse Notes.
NOTAUlAt. C iM MISSION
YA K Coad. of lMllns.
Estate of Rich, rd Ene., deceased
petition to sell real esln'e srt f r
r.'O'' ii. i
Estate of Adrttn K. Wilson. d-
c,.!,.dppiitioi, to sei! ptrfoiuil
Estate of C I'ehrson. deceased
real eptate ordered fold at private
Estate of Margaret Howell, de
CPRsed linnl iicuint set for henr
in:r Oclolx r 25. ni 10 o'clock A. M.
'f.,i -,r Mrv Ann Bell, de-
spiI nnprnisenient of additional
BKAl, KMTATK TH AXHKrUf.
Clinton Cole et -x to Albeit
D.ividm.n et ux, iota in llnena
M end P tie M Doiicnn ti Mark
lfnyter, h.r 1 and 2, block S,
.evenr.' J.iiCreole lid add to Dal
N C and D M Doty to Mntihta
Cook lieirn, lot 1, 2. .'!, 4, 5 and 0,
block . out-lot J. Monmouth, 0'H).
Chun (I Kiley etux to Surah E
Nelnon, 5 aeren, t 7 , r ?
IIS Montgomery et ux to T D
llollowell, W i lot 2 and all of lots
'! and 4, hlock 11. Houth Kid", Falln
A R Lnnil.urd et ux to W F
Lee, 51 KM) acref, t 8 r, r 0 w,
Saiah X Martin to V F Lee. 2'i
acrea, t 8 n, r it w, $150.
C F Warwick et ux to Clinton
Coin, lots in ISuena Vista, 1(K).
Homer Lodue. Xo. 45, K of p, to
Mr. F .1 Stanton, cemetery lot.
T A Patterson et ux to Jenfie B
Read, lot 1.1, 11 and 15, hlock 2(.
Ifodson & McXary to Jessie 15
Read, lota in Eola. ,
Lavina M Parker to Ira Fore
man, lota 7, S rrm Diocn t,
Falls City, 350.
" I have mde a moat thorough
trial of Ayer' Cherry Fectorit and
m prepared to aay that for all dis
eases of the lungs it never disap
points." . '
J. Early Finley, Ironton, O.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
wont cure rheumatism;
we never said it would.
It won't cure dyspepsia;
we never claimed it. But
it will cure coughs and
colds of all kinds. We
first said this sixty years
ago; we've been saying it
Thrw ilic. i 2Sc c. V. All tlniffbu.
Cooatilt Tour doctor. If he hjii take tt,
then da u ! HT. If h I1" T" n(
to takl K. then d..n"t take It. lit know..
Ion tt with him. W re wllllnit.
J. C. AYKK CO.. Lowell, Mmw.
tH..reuinle d'HarlequIn luesoay.
Susie Fcniiell 11 pea, Violinist,
Assisted by Miaa C. L.
iti!ilii.g! Fonute.. ; . . Iethovi i
Mrs. Pi pea ami Mis Hujrgina.
Concerto op tH Andante -
Homaueeln F Beethoven
Knilina Ruuehen hiudlug
K. C. (spitzner
,t. (JvDsvDance Henri Ernt
Concerto (i. minor op. 26 Brueh
Concerto op. 04 A leg ro niolto vivace..
Independence opera house. Sat- j
urday, October .4th. at 8 o'clock I
P. M. Tickets on sale at Locke's-
drug ptore. Reue-ved sea's, ooe;
general admissior,, 25c.
Mrs. Z. J. Beals and children
returned to Prairie City this week.
Mrs. Thomas Fennell returned
Sunday from a visit V1 Portland.
Miss Dorothy Cooper left last
week to assume her duties as a
teacher in the CV-ntralia, Wash.,
Herbert Murphy, of Grass Val
ley, was in the city Sunday on hia
-ny to Corvallis to attend school
at the Aerieultural college.
Rev. James Waggoner, a former
Independence pastor, was in the
city last week from Dayton.
Rev. G. H. Osborne attended the
M. Ey conference at (irnntj Pass .
Mrs. S. E. Owen, after accom
panying her sister. Miss Mackay,
as far as Portland on her way to
South Dakota, returned home on
John George Stoll Visited Port
land this week.
Rev. E. Snvder is the new M. E.
pastor here and also at Bnena
Vista. He will assume his duties
aa such at once.
F. A. Patterson was a Dallas
Hon. X. L- Butler, of Monmouth.
sold his farm Tuesday and will
move to Dallas to make his h me.
G. L: Freeman and son left Mon
day for Raker City. Tne rest of
the family i".l leave in a couple of
o'clock P. M citati
Do vou drink .
COFFEE OR TEA?
If so you should consider 1
the quality. We carry the
very hest brands
SPECIAL PRICE ON
FOR THIRTY DAYS.
ItliEAl), COOKIES AXI LUXCU GOODS.
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