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COM IS IN AND SEE THEM.
Road Machinery and Agricultural Implements
Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
W. Cor. Slate and Llbprlv Sti. SALEM, OREGON
SEE - OUR - HOLLIDAY - LINE.
"Wo sell silver dollars for 99c.and everything else in proportion.
214 COMMERCIAL STREET.
HERE IS A GOOD THING
PUSH IT ALONG.
ANY SUIT OR OVERCOAT
ANY SUIT.' OR" OVERCOAT
X.3ST OTXJES, aSTOSEMES
Just Think of It. JTuat Think of It. $11, $1S, $10.50,
$20,$32.50land $25. They ??o for $10.
Wo haveTno excuse for
have the moneyiln ourlflst
Wevelfustrecelvcy25 Prince Albert suits. They're
marked 0. They go durlngl this salcumat $10.
G. W.JOHNSON & SON.
this great feast. Onlywe must
before you take the clothes.
(7f llio Lnfo Hln(o Irioiirmico
PILRD BY HK0E1VER E. 0. QILTNER
A Grand Total In Shown ot tho
Sum ol Hfl,lklO.
KJniond 0. Olllnor, recolvor, today
filed wjth Mr. Elilon, olork of tho cir
cuit court, Ills Inventory of the asseta
of the Btute Insurance company.
INVKNTOIIY OK AHSUTS,
Cash In olllce.. . $ 70 07
Uasii In First Nat'l bank... ViH 62
iteul estate loans 02,033 65
Ileal i-state 83.7SM 10
Laud In UmiUlllu Co 1,503 00
Laud In Umutllla (Jo 1,070 70
66 norm 0.1 and Elizabeth
(Jlmpmun d. I. c,, Marlon
couuty 1,100 00
Lands und lorn, Lincoln
county . . 617 70
Lots Astoria and Port An
geles 178 10
Personal jaud collutorul so
curlty loans 4,474 74
School bonds . 6,000 00
ill lis receivable taken for
flro risks 176,860 22
Hchool orders 1,703 83
Ledger balances, uncollected
premluuiB and balances
duo from agenta 24,872 62
Personal property, otllco
furniture, ilxturo and
library 1,180 76
Total .$840,170 40
HEAL ESTATE LOANS.
M & F M Bntltli $
A W Mlze
Albert E Rosser
, 60 00
Tuos and Authouy La Lond.
J II Dickenson. -. ........
B F and B J Bapp
Albert W and Floru B Bash..
Ilobt B and Baruu Ramsey
JL il Brldgeford aud wife.....
G W Ellis
Wra L Bench
8 A Crisp
Alice I French aud husbuud.
Catholio Bishop of Ntsquully
D II und A E Bigelow
F E and D W luman
J N aud Hannah Laugsjoru.
J 11 Dickenson . ..
Muble A and O M Lockwood
J Ileukeu .
J II Dlokeuson . .
Bulcui Motor Railway. .
Juson Corbln and O P Lacy.
A B MoMlllen aud
G R and Annlo Mullius.
Of thu abovo notes secured by real
estate mortgages ouough aro on deposit;
with the stute treasurer of Washington
to niaiio good a deposit of 50,000 re.
quired to do business In that state.
l'KUSONAIi AND COLLATKltAL LOANS.
A McKlnnle 5 250 00
Win Townsend und Lewis Pet
tyjohn 70 60
W T Helm 37 05
Jas A Anderson ...... .. 05 00
T J Cromse 200 01
Al W aud W J Herreu 407 05
EOLuko 125 00
Cdas Umbaok und W K Barry 232 41
G W Wallace 25 00
Jas Iledmund 00 70
City of Port Townsend 102 30
J B Metzter et nl
EOFergusou 43 10
G B Cornelius - 65 00
H B Jordan 142 00
FA Turner 120 00
Farmero & Mer. Ins. Co 100 00
E O Walling AJohn Maltbry.. 127 65
A W Olesy 284 76
Total 14474 74
A KKOEIVEIl'S STATEMENT JJ
Is attached as follews: "Tula Inventory
so fur us It pertains to personal and col
lateral security loans, school bonds,
bills receivublo taken for risks, aud
school orders taken for risks and ledger
balances has been taken from the books
of tho Btate Insurance Co. But as soon
as possible your receiver will Hie bis
supplementary report, giving said
Items correctly, exactly and also veri
fying other items of this report,"
EOMOND C. GlfcTNKB,
Populist Mkktjnci. An eflort was
made to organize a Populist club at
Rosedale school house Wednesday
night, Tho attendance was small,
only nine being uresent, and the mat.
ter of organization was deferred. It Is
the intentlou to organize clubs at Rose
dale, Prospect Hill, Fulrvlew, Bqulrrol
Hill and Peltijuhu's school uouso.
Tem Aches Of good land under
cultivation, house, barn, well, some
fruit all for $450 It taken at once. E.
O. Mlotoo, room 1 Postofllce block.
Two More I&ofWnr Will
AVIUOraiA FIU LOWEST BIDDER
Hm FrABclfscof Will Probably
JiiilM OiioUf Thorn.
Washington, jtf&v. 80. There were
two surprises whoa' bids for the build
ing of two big battle ships authorized
by tho last Gougrett'.were opened At tho
navy department .today, A southern
ship building coneern underbid nil
competitors, aortu ajnd west, for build
ing these boats on plans drawn up by
The new boats ' will be of about
10,000 tons dleplaceiaeht.but will really
be larger than the Iowa, the largoat of
the battleships, now tinder construc
tion. Cramp k Sons, offered to con
struct one on the department's plan for
$2,820,000; two for (2,760,000 each. The
Union Iron Works, of 'Ban Franclsoo,
bid on tbo department's plans: Ono
ship, $2,740,000; for two ships, each,
The Newport news ship building
and dry dock uompanv, of Virginia,
put In a straight bid of $2,860,000 for
one, and $2,260,000 eaob for two boats.
As tho law roqulres ono of the ships to
go to tho Pacific coast If price Is rea
souuble, thore is llttlo doubt but Union
Iron Works will roceiyo the contract
for ut least one ship.
FROM OREOON CITIES.
Miss Glara Bcott, of Salem, spent lust
Baturday aud Sundays In Woodburn,
tho guest of Mrs. W. Ii. Toozo.
Miss Kate Barnes wont to Portland
last Saturday morning. Bho will
probably remain durlnx the winter.
B. I. GuIm returned Wednesday
morning from a ten days trip luto Cal
Mr. Rolit. Hay spent Thanksgiving
among his many Corvallla friends.
Miss Bessie Betltemeler and Mr. Wm.
Ogle students of Willumotto Univer
sity camohomo to Bpend Thanksgiving.
Tho ball given by tho Woodmon on
Thursday evening wub well attended.
Hon. Dave Loouey, of Jefferson,
spent part of Thursday aud Friday the
guest of Walter L. Toozo.
J. Rarueu returned homo Wedncs.
day morning after nn nbeonco of ovor
a mouth. Ho has been on n business
trip through tho Southern states for
Walter L. Tooz9.
Mr. Cb aa. Johnson, employeo at tho
asylum, was In attendance at tho
Woodmen ball Thursday evening.
S. J. Tutthll went over Into Blsklyou
county this week on business rotating
to maohino and milling plants want
ing his water motor.
Miss Carrlo Cowles, who has been
visiting her slstor, Mrs. Dr, Lappeud,
in California, for several months, re
turned home last Baturday,
W. B. Beebe, tho popular railroad
man formerly employed by the B. P.
at ABhland, is now located at Marsh
field, Coos county.
Miss Molllo Barueburg, J. A. Whit
man aud J, E. Enyart, of Medford,
were up to atteud the ball Wednesday
Mrs. J. H. Page accompanied hereon
Fred as far south as Medford on his
trip Into the valley Wednesday,
G. W. Johnson, tho assayer, has re
turned from the Bteamkoat mine.
P. E. Devlin, of Jacksonville, came
up to attend tho ball Wednesday.
J. K. Van Bant returned to Ashland
Tuesday evening from Sacramento.
Miss Belle Willis arrived from Rose
burg Wednesday and Is visiting Miss
Mrs. O. E. Porter went to Dunsmulr
to visit her daughter, Miss Edith, for n
E. P. Wallace, ot Amity, is here Un
IshlUK up his house, the first one north
of B. M. Douaca's.
E. E. Montague and family spent
Thanksgiving in Lebanon will) Mr.
and Mrs. C, B. Montague.
Geo. Keeoh, after taking a lay-oft
for some time, has resumed his position
as station agent ut Tallman.
Rev. Molloy of this place and Rev,
Futrell of Dallas have agreed to ex
change pastorates. They will make
rnifM cm wi
I, the change.
1,1 1 11,1
Drowned ami Frozen In (he
GREATEST OF DISTRESS PREVAILS
Crow of tho Ship Itcllo O'lirlon
Rkrlin, Nov. 30. Five hundred
deaths resulted from tho sovero storm
recently In Odessa, Russia. Tho vic
tims wero drowned aud frozen. Great
distress prevails throughout tho Btorm
Plymouth, Nov. 80. Tho British
steamer, Roue Morrau, arrived here
and landed the captain and 18 of the
crow of tho American ship Bella
O'Brien, of Thomaston, Me., owned by
E. O'Brien, which foundered 180 mllea
northweet of Kerry-head. Blx mem
bers of tho O'Brien crew reached
Kerry head In a boat Saturday morning
after having sullered greatly from
hunger and thirst.
HoWi Must Die.
Philadelphia, Nov. Judge Ar
nold today refused to grant a new
trial to H. H. Holmes, the convicted
murderer or B. F. PIctzol In this city,
September SI, '94, and Bentonced him
FHOM OREGON CITIES.
W. H. Quconor raado a buBlnoss trip
to Albany Tuesday.
Chester Mack nud Edgar Watters
returned Tuesday from Bodavlllo to
Ed, Trask was down from Fox Val
ley Wednesday on business.
W. W. E'der made a business trip
to Mebama Friday.
Henry Keeno has creoted a large
tower for a windmill.
Hadtey Hobson waa down from
Mehama Monday on business,
P. P. Crabtree waa ovor from hie
ranch Tuesday on business.
Mrs. J. Kltchona was visiting In
Albiny last weok.
A. B. Watt and family went to For
est Grove Wednesday toBpsnd Thanks
giving. J. M. Fink and wlfo spent Thanks
giving with their children and friends
Married, at tho rcoldonco of tho
bride's parents near Wheatland, Nov.
20, 1805, by Rev. G. W. Branson, Mr.
J.H. Shipley to Miss E. G. Smith,
both of Yamhill county. The happy
couplo will reside near Wheatland.
Geo Patty, of this city, aud Miss
Anna Mlddleton, of Polk county, were
united in the holy bounds of wedlock
In the Presbyterian church, at Dallas,
by Rev. Whitman, tbo pastor, on
Wednesday, Novembor 20, 1805.
Mrs. M. Hill aud dnughter Buoln
oamo home Monday after a continued
Visit neur Amity.
Mrs. A. W, Rees and daughter
Georgia camo over from Scott's Mills
to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs.Rees'
Uuolo John Hauion is down from
Balem, visiting with his dnughter,Mrs.
T. II. Gardner.
MUs Sargent's parents, Mr. aud Nrs.
Wm. Bargeut of Bulem camo down
Wednesday aud attended tho muslcaie
in tho nvenlnir.
Mrs. Mury Allouuud daughter Edna
returned from Portland last Saturday,
where they had been visiting with
friends In the city.
Moses Holllisgsworth went to Port
land last week to see his daughter Mrs.
Nichols who he found to bo quite sick.
A card received by him this week says
she is still no bettor.
The Woodmon elected tho following
officers for tho ensuing term, last Mou
day evening Caunsel commandor,
Calvin HUnley; Llulonant advisor, I,
E, Holt; Banker, J. G. Hadley; clerk,
G. W. Mitchell; escort, W. T. Maoy;
watchman, R, Cooper; sentinel, U. F,
Moore; manager, W. T. Button; Physi
cian, Dr. H. J. LlttMold.
A Life 8kntknoe. Mrs. Hanna,
who killed Mr. Hyatt, waa brought
to Bajem from Albany today to serve a
Hlfiliest of all lit Leavening 1'owca
ENGLAND BACKS DOWN
nun 1110 uunuoai unau is
' Called Back.
THE POWERS ARE NOT AGREED
And the Sultan Shows tho Enemy
Constantinople, Nov. 80. After
alt tho war-like talk of yesterday the
British ambassador, Blr Philip Currlo,
has baoked down. Tho British gun
boat Drlad has been ordered back to
Balonlca. This looks very much aa If
the sultan was well Informed when ho
persisted in holding out nualnst the
domands of Great Britain, Russln, Italy,
and Austria, on tho grouud that tho
powers are not In accord, und that tho
dissenting powers wero behind Abduo
Hamld in the stand ho has taken.
Washington, Noy. 80. The forth
coming statement of receipts and ex
penditures of tho government will
show that during November tho
receipts wero, approximately, $25,080,
603; during November, 1804, tho re
ceipts wero f 10,411,403; and Novombor,
1803, $23,28,076.400. Tho deficit for the
present month of November will
amount to about $1,126,000; Novembor
1804 tho deflolt wua $0,000,756; samo
period, 1803, $7,822,020. Fur tho first
live months of tho fiscal year of 1804,
tho deficit amounted to $22 205,112.
Bamo period, 1803, $20,018,000, as
against $17,001,641 tho last 11 vo months.
J A lino of Capos by express.
a;$4,oo to $10,00
Somo good numbers being
shown now. If we've your
size it's a chance to savo a bit.
$4 to $18,
New Neckwear, Bows,
25c, 50o and 70c.
T iS s
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO
Latest IL8, Gbv'6 XefXrft
WOOLEN MILL SUBSIDY.
Gommlttoo Working Away Mf
Rosult in a Worsted Factory a
Mohair Works. &
Walter Lyon In tho Orogonlan lovS
says: "Tho mass meeting to agoertom
what can bo dono towards encouraging
tho rebuilding ot the woolen tallfe tun
boon postpoued until Monday evenhtjV
Tho meeting was to have been h -Friday
night, but because of th I- ,
ability of Bomo of thnso Interested to b''
present, it was postponed. A butM
man of considerable means said lQdf
tbo required amount of stock woWJ
surely bo subscribed, and gave It aa has,,
opinion that tho mill would be reMi'
In Balem. Thomas Kay is coBsidedafi'
tho Idea Of starting a factory for tkw
manufdctuio of worsted goods. Mr.
Kuy will likely add a worsted factory
If ho rebuilds In Balem."
Tho advantage of uslug up our tettg
staple Oiogou wool In worsted, and
tho Angora goat wool In mohair pr.
ducts cannot bo overestimated. Haw
tbeso raw materials are all shipped to
Boston. If wo can demonstrate tbeJr
successful manulaeturo at Balem, w
may bo laylug the foundation of an
immonso manufacturing enterprise that
will bring capital and wealth In great
volume than wo now dream of. It la
to be hoped If tho woolen mills ars
rebuilt that a worsted aud mohair
plant may bo added, though on but a
Tho commltteo today sent out 860
circular letters calling attontlou to
tho Monday ovonlug meeting.
Bt. Louis, Nov. 80. While Alx
under Royal, a negro, who carved his
mistress, Joslo 81ms, to deal h with a
butcher kulfo yesterday rooming, waa
bolng taken from the coroner's offtee to
tho morgue today, 600 wildly exwMl
negroes attempted to break hits fre
tho police. Reinforcements
quickly sent for and the mob
A Little Cheaper
Always tlmn tho com
pottor -a little earlier
always with styles a
littlo quicker always in
" tho soryico. All "littlo
things.'' Did you ever
reflect how rauoh suc
cess hinges on tho "lit
Don't overlook ub for
your winter suit. Good
suits, stylifch und ser
viceable. $6, $6,50, $8, $9,
Happy Home Suits,
$10, $12, $15,
"Wo show bo3t values in ,all
grades. Sea tho ones at
vt)l,OU SU-it, "Wo carry m
stock Stuttgart underwear.
Kecognizod tho beBt.
No use talking. Wove 'th-1
Fedoras, $1,00 1,50
2,00, 2,50, 3,00,
Late Block StifLHats,
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