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OUR ENTIRE STORE
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By the lumo or single piece Clothing for
Men and Boys, The greatest opportu
nity. The Lowest Prices. The best
goods ever offered,
nmmrrrimt " """""""hm mtMimM ntvn ..,,. ......
?H !!! Jl
C. F. Royal wont to Albany today.
0. H. Hurggraf went to Portland to
day. Dong, Joints was a Portland visitor
Attojnoy John Garaon went to Pott
land tula afternoon.
II. H. Howard Is In the city, coming
from Eugene taday.
J, B. Glesy, deputy county clerk,
spent Bundity in Aurora.
Dr. W. ti. Mott visited pntlonta at
Cuemawn Sunday morulnp.
John Hughes and son, George
Hughos, wont to Portlaud today. i
W. T. (Slater, of tho Stato Insurance
company, was an Aurora visitor Bun
day. Deputy Sheriff J. H. Mlsner returned
to Portland on tho Salem local Bun
day morning, ,
Dr. J. A. Richardson and J. J. Du
gan went to tho Reform School this
Secretary of Btato Kincaid camo
down from Eugene today, haying
Bpout Sunday at homo.
Mrs. W. R. Bishop, of Portland, re
turned homo today, after a visit with
hor eon, 0. P. Bishop.
Otto and Antone Motechan returned
to tho O. A. 0. atCorvalllu today, after
visit of several dayB at home.
Senator MoBrldo arrived In Wash
ington, D. 0. Saturday at A p. m feel
ing very well and ready for duty.
Miss Ada Colllson returnod to Port
land Sunday morning after a short
visit with hor sister Mrs. G. M. Irwin.
Mrs. M. Dodao, of Portland, roturned
home today, after a short tlmo spont in
Salem, tho guest of her nolco, Mrs. M.
T. W. Lee, goneral superintendent of
tho wrter lines of tho O. R. & N. Co. Is
In tho city, having come up on tho
Elmoro Saturday night.
A, Bush, tho banker, and 'daughter,
Miss Salllo BubIi, roturned from fa
visit to Now England and Washing
ton, D. 0. Sunday morning.
31. 8. Belle, proprietor of tho Palace
dry goods and shoo house, is ill at his
homo on Church street, having been
confined to hla bed for several days.
J. L.iBowmun, travelling salesman
for tho Balera Woolen Mill store, left
Sunday morning for tho Puget Sound
country In the Interest of hla company.
J, 0. Mills, proprietor of tho "Porce
lain Baths" and tonsorlal establish
ment has been laid up the past weok at
hla South Salem homo with a bad case
A. Ii. Guorln, of Butte, Idaho, and
E. L. and Miss Altco Guerlti, of Kam
loops, B. C, left for their homes toduy,
nfleravlslt of some weeks with rela
tives In this city.
Alderman and Mrs. Thos. Holman,
Mrs. John Holman uud little Alice
Meyers, leavo Wednesday for Southern
California, where ttioy will spend some
weeks enjoying tho climate and vlslt
ATTEND THE WOOLEN MILL
Mrs. C. March went to Albany to.
Mrs. J. A. Gwlun returnod today
Mrs. E. C. Small went to Albany
Mrs. G. A. Rockwell went to Turner
today to visit relatives.
Miss Clara Brey camo up from Port
land today and will return In a day or
Miss Suslo Lake wont to Stayton to
day for a visit of a couple of weeks
with her parents.
Mrs. Charles Morris, of Portland, is
tho guest of her brother, A. D. Palmer,
on Eust Chemokota street,
The ladles ot tho Christian church
will glvo uu entertalnmont and bazaar
ot;tho churoh Friday and Saturday
evening, Decembor18 and 14.
Miss Allco J. Forystbo, of Portland,
was ou Thursday, November 28, 1805,
married to Stephen G. Smith, of Sacra
mento, Calif., Tho ceremony, which
was performed by Rsv. John W, Ellis,
took placo in Frultdalo, Cal.
Ollvo lodgo No. 18, 1. O. O. F.oleoted
the following namod ofllcers to servo
for the term of nix months commencing
on January 1, 1806, except where
otherwise stated: F. A. Erlxon, N.
G.;JohnMolr, V. G,; Ed. N. Edea.
sooretaryjObas. H. Simpson, troaouror;
E. D. Coopor, permanontsecrotary,one
year; Claud Gatoh, trusteo, threo years
A coaching party constating of a
number of Salem'a young pooplo wont
to Indepeudouco Thursday night to
attend tho danco and supper given by
tho ladles of tho Rebekah lodgo of that
city. Tho ball was glyon in tho now
auditorium, and tho grand march at 8
o'clock was led by Edmund C. Giltnor
and MIbs Gusslo LowuBdale, or this
Tho best Is always the cheapest. Tho
plan of tho United Artisans is not only
tho best but also costs less than any of
the other fraternal insurance organiza
tions. Tho ordor 1b now oyer u year
old and has not had.occaelon to call an
assessment. Every member muttt pass
a medical examination and conse
quently aro good risks and for the next
tou yearojtho rato must necessarily bo
low. No assessment excepting to pay a
Tho faculty of Wlllametto medical
collego held a meeting Saturday night
adopting a constitution and set of rules
for the government of tho now hos
pital. The board nominated for the
hospital is: Mrs. J. J, Murpdy, Mrs.
R. S. Wnllaco, A. N. Bsuh, Gldoon
Sleoroor, Frank Davey, F. E. Hodgkln,
G. P. Litchfield, Wm. T. Gray and H.
T. Bruce, These will bo consldorod by
tho trustee of the university, and If
satisfactory will be declared to bo tho
board. Bufllolout funds havo already
been subscribed for tho building of n
dissecting room, which will be erected
ou tho college campus, sumo distance
from the hospital.
iliMfieM tii0fl('ifof4Mfrifll tnaif, fifjb
llfl um, men wlicr nr rvtohiff ofHutom,
rioiilil rally fotliA wooIaii mill ineclliiff
m( dm (i(tflM Iiaiim tmifftlit.
'i'linro I not j man ot prnirly or
wmIIIi, or wint ilrawd a nlfy out ul
(lio fir (ifilA of Orfflon, wlio M not jxir
Kunnlly Irilftfesffil In IipIok fitmul
at llio miftn liotlto fricndiltf tonluht.
Mid fifllplhtf Id ruino llionlook for llw
new mid enlarged woolen mill.
fiOynfty lo (lit oily, to lleiiterprlcii,
(o IIh laborer who cream tlio wealth
by wliloli wo nil live, miMt, unguent
(tint (Ills la (ho llmo lonut.
Aolloiin will apeak louder than wotda
In (Ills enterprise, If It I iliown that
the wooloii mills paid dividend the
ml live years, that (lie rliriitn of the
sitiiill Mock holder wore regarded as
sacredly as those of the largo ones, that
there may bo ad'Jed, within n reason
able time, mblinlr and worsted
machinery then (o fall to lako this
stock melius simply dls'ouragouieiit (o
this community. It means llmt thoio
who have $100 or flOOQ of Idlo capital
will not Invoit It In prolltablo homo
enterprise; or It means that wo havo uo
capital to Invest.
Ilusluets men, rally to tho meeting
tonight at Heed's opera house, and lot
Salem say to the world that the woolen
mills shall bo built larger than before,
mid with homo capital I
ATrEND THE WOOLEN MILL
Off fir Pennsylvania.
N. V. Davis, of this city, went to
Portlaud on tho 2:20 local Sunday
afternoon whero ho Joined Chandler
Bloom of Albany. These two gontlo
mou loft tho metropolis last ovenlng
via. tho Union Pacific for their old
homo at Grampian, Pennsylvania,
where Mr. Davis will reside with his
parents in the future. After a visit of
sevoral months among old friends Mr.
Bloom will roturn to Albany. Mr.
Davis has lived In Salem for three
years, during which rlmo ho was em
ployed by tho Salem Motor Railway
company He has always been highly
esteemed by his employers and Las
made numerous frionds during his stay
here, all of whom regret seeing blm
removo from tholr midst.
ATTEND THE WOOLEN MILL
PUGH At the homo of her son
Chas. Pugh, six miles north ot
Salem, Saturday, November 80th,
1605. Mrs. John Pugh, aged about 60
Deceased was a relict of John Pugh
uud a daughter of "Undo" Chfis. Clag-
gott, of this city, and tho mother of
Mrs. Eugene Brlstow, Charles., John
and Doll Pugh.
The funeral was hold at 1 p. m. Sun
day at the rosldenco of her sou, and
tho remains were Interred In tho Clag
gott cemetery near that place.
WILLIAMSON-Sevon miles north
east of Salem, Sunduy, December 1,
1805, Anna Williamson, wlfo of N.
P. Williamson, of dropsy and par-
uiyBis, agoa io years anu - nays,
Sho lenvca a husband and llttlo girl
two years of age.
Tho funeral will bo hold at the real,
dence at 10:30 a. m, Tuesday, December
8, aud remains will bo Interred in the
Howell cemetery. Rov. Roork, of
Brooks, will conduct tho services.
irt tun Hvrnmti uouin.
Tio 1imiorn 0adoii Jlrnrtflli Ayltirrt
TIia flttpfAmti court Mil Aflrifrwnn
liMfit ftrfliim)ri(fl In (lin ffoMflffi Offl
Mr AJin of Oregon upon IaIIm of A.
(?. Ttyhit, rMpomlMil-, w.W. V. Lofil,
H. It KlnenlilAnd I'lill MaImhAH, a
n bonrd of onmmNioiierit (ot juihllfl
iMiiiiiiiirf, Aipe!lfliilMi Appeal from
MAflon county, W. V. m aiiiI J, 0,
MnroUnd for nppollftfito, it, J, Jlixgnr
Governor Lord Appeared aim! made
aii cloboralfl Argument on (ho e(ltleH of
moon agiiliiftt Ilia contention oftlio
board of slnto oniclals of wliloli ho Is
now n nioiiibor, but wnn not when tho
suit wm brought, JI, J, illggor argued
Ably AKftlust tho claims of Lord and
Antliony Neppaoh AMlgnoo Appellant
vs. J. II, Jones, ot nl, rpspondoiit) ap
peal from Multnomah county, Judg
ment nfllrmedj opinion per curiam,
Tho Wlllametto Real Estato Co.
Appellant, vs. II. E Jlendrlx, respon
dent; oppcnl from Washington county.
Alfred Tyler, appellant vs. stato of
Oregon rospondoni; appeal from Mult
nomah county. Judgmont ofllrmod;
opinion per curiam.
Matblas Blxlcy, respondent vs.
Church and Gaston, appellants; appeal
appeal from Multnomah county.
Judgement reversed and a now trial
ordered; opinion by Bean, C. J.
John Barger appellaut, vs. O. D.
Taylor ot at, respondents; appeal from
Wasco county. Motion to dismiss
appeal, ovorruled; opinion per curiam.
Btato of Oregon respondent, ys, Sam
uel G. Brown, appellant; motion for
J. J. Jennings respondent, vs. Anna
P. Glarner, appellant; ordered on mo
tion, that respondent have an exten
sion of ten days to servo and fllo an
John Londegau respondent, vs. F. J.
Alwx Moycr, appellant; ordered on
stipulation, that appellant's tlmo for
serving and tiling tho abstracts heroin,
bo extended 40 days frrm Dec. 12, 1804.
Wudhams, respondent, vs. Robort
Balfour, et nl, appellants; ordored upon
stipulation tliHt appellant's havo until
Dec. 18, 1805, to servo and fllo their
RutbiE. Sayrcs, ex respondent, vs.
W. D. Mabouey ot al., appellants. Or
dored upon stipulation that appellants
havo until Decembor 7. 1805, to servo,
and illo their brief.
State ex rel German Saving and
Loan Sooloty, appellant, vs. Geo. G.
Bears, sberlll, respondent. Ordered
upon stipulation that respondent's time
to servo aud illo his brief herein bo
exteuded to December 17, 1805.
B. B. Rlggen et rtl., respondents, vs.
The Investment company, appellant.
Ordered upon stipulation that respond
ents time to Illo n brief herein bo ex
tended 40 days from this date.
Permanent admission ot Wm. B.
Crowoll ordored on motion of W. II;
Ttie Bank of Forest Grove, appel
lants, vs. C. U. Stokes et al., respond
ents. Ordered upon stipulation that
appellaut havo until Januory January
10, 1800. to servo and Illo Us brief.
M&ifflftt ffmioM -WorW'l Vnlr,
Aifot, AiWwlMfef I'Alr.
,Mwt Perfect Mde,
At VMf III MlUflddfll
A U IJMITII INJUItBD,
Meot With nn Accldenl Oy a Ololch
A, H, Hmltli, manager of the Salem
Improvement company, was Injured
by an acoldont whllo making a (rip to
tho Lawlor mine In tho QuarUvlllo
district all 1 a, m, Sunday,
Ho was hurt at a point within four
nillon of tho mines, by tho overturning
of a sloigh loaded with a heavy piece
Dr. R. C. Hunter of Staytou, was
called and met the In In red man at
Gates, reaching tliero from Stayton by
team last night at 11 p. in. He dressed
his wounds, which consisted of dislo
cation of tho left elbow and fracture of
tho radius. Ho was badly bruised and
had a narrow escape of being killed by
Dr. Hunter returned with Mr. Smith
to Stayton last night unci took another
team, reaching Salem at. 8:30 this
morning, whero ho called In Dr. Byrd,
and Mr. Smith's Injuries woro put In
pormanont dressings aud ho Is resting
Dr. Hunter's trip from 4 p, m. Bun
day to 8:30 a. m. Monday was G2 tulles
of a ride In a pouring rain end deliv
ered Mr. Smith to his family In n com
f triable oindlilon.
Ciiuistmas Pacicao. Delivered
promptly and ohotply by ihe Loon
wood uitHionyer system. Ring up the
HI no boxen.
You Can Prove
for yourself that the
Kid Fitting Corsets 'are the Oesi,
Wc respectfully invite the ladles of Salemto
And Imped llili Una of jiwrI. wlileli vya will Imv on display, m n t,,mMhM uu . .
to iIm Ilia mrl(4 of tha un, We will show all prude ffo,n 6o to M " ' ! 'I,wi
r Riufnl(l, nl wa will gWa a new etfl (at amy lirokeii ty. UnntmUt J. P
axpeet yoii to utiv tliem, lull want yon to call and examine them. wed0
Wa liare fiad sent from ilia factory ipectal mimben in varloui lenoiin ..,.,
iiiimlier, K " wlliU,f
S, M- fe E, H. STOCK
115 STATE STUEET.
ItKIMIEBKMTINO TUB Mi
BIG FOUR INSURANCE GO.'S
Room 14, Bush Bank Building, Salem.
Commercial Union ABHiirmico Co.
London ami liuncushlro Flrolns Co
lilvorpool nnd Xoiulon and Ulobc. Uiivtford FIro Ins, ft
Ilrlni; In your State collclei and have them written with Utile or no lm to you, '
SPECIAL HOLLIDAY SALES
I have lust opened my Xmai lines of Fancy Hook
Ingn. Xmas llookleti. Xmas Cards. Large lines
celluloid novelties, such as I'hotogrnph Frames.
Lanl Lates. Ink Standi, Hook marks,
Poets In all bind.
ot hand painted
and Clove lloxcs. Card Cases. Ink blandi. Hook mark!
etc. Fancy Calendars for i8o(i. Children's Color
Hooks, I-argc sloc'k of celluloid, by the sheet, to
make up in fancy articles. All goods low.
F, S. DEARBORN,
WE RECEIVED THIS MORNING j
ATTEND THE WOOLEN MILL
Grand - Inventory - Sale!
. In order to clean np stock before the annual Inventory, wo ofler the following wonderful
Bank Buits. Complaint bus beeu
(llod lu the: olrouit court by H. P. Mo
Ntiry, receiver of tho Wllllriuia & Eog
luudBauUluc Co., vb. Geo. Wlllluuie,
Into president of the bank, to recover
on three promlsory notea nmountiug to
$12,824.54, exolunive or intereat and
costs. Tha first noto waa given June I,
1803 for $8013.00; tho Becoud, January
10, 1605, for (4000; tho third, dated Muy
15, 1885, Is for 1810.04.
ATTEND THE WOOLEN MILL
Another lot of maple syrup
father used to make" down east
leans molasses from the south
and has that peculiar taste found only in the
unadulterated article Sorghum in cansf
P O, Grocery HARRITT LAWRENCE
Dealer In Groceries, Paints,
and tho most complotostock'ol
Brushes of nil Kinds in tk
Stato. Artists' Mntcrlnls.llinc,
Hair, Cement and Slilnslcsaad
finest ounlitv of UUASS H 11 EDS
FIRE AT THE REOTOAY.
Statk Pair Board. Tho exeou
tlve commute of tho Btato board of
ngrlculturo has beeu In session today at
tho stato house. Amonp; nsplrauta to
threo vacancies on tho board to bo filled
are Whlttemere nnd Do Lashmutt, of
Portland; Matlook, of Pendleton!
Banker Cooper, of Pollt; Governor
Lord had up to tho hour of going to
press tnado no appointments.
rytn VATJTi 2.lnch all wool bouclcs,
udu Xiyxxu blftck nua nayy, resuiar
iTin VAPTi JuoU alt wool )latdg,
U3U XJXXXU lormerly II n yard.
'i!f " A KT1 MuoU heavy, nil wool,
JJU XAiVJJ iinriu chovoit, regular 7i5o
49JL VAlTi Mnch novelty blaok
l"Q - LJ ,!,, good, rtL'Ular 60
fifin "V" A "Rl" llfa Oermun iitiuriettn,
AOL VARn Htfnod S8ln h csihn ere
'3 -' uudvergea.regulai 0oyd
Tliut ISO blaok Rllk drens jmlleru will bo
?lvm Hwav l)eonibr 'U, II uy your drent
rom ui we have all the lutoul novelties.
Mall order carclully uud promptly niled.
Si) Rfl n milt Our mon' all wool black
v"JV chevoltsackault. Regular UOgoodB,
n suit Men' black and blue black
olicnolt aaok sutu. Kegular J7.60
u suit Men's blaok and nlue black
chevolt sack suits, Itegular 17,00
Hots' alt wool combination suit,
two rnlra pants, coat nnd nap. lleg
uiar 91,10 guuua.
4loy' IU0 sulU now fl; the ti suits now
f3.oO; tho ti suits now liM and J1.60 suits
sve do Just as wo advertise to do, Call aud
Ai'i'OiNTMKNTa. GoyornorLord has
signed commissions for military olllcor
na follews: Lleutonant Bob Davis and
Lieutenant Tom Dunbar, Co. G, Port
land; Captain Prescott aud Lieut.
Mead, Co, D, L&Graude. Notarial
commissions were leaned from the sec
retary of state's ofllce to W. P. Hlnnott
and Cecil H. Bauor, Portland, nnd
James A. Sterling, Drain,
They're Generous nnd you'll get
more than you pay for. Their dlulupr
rooms up sttlrs are pleasant, olean nnd
quiet Just tho place for tho women
who work down town and do not
wish to go home for lunch on rainy
days. Where? Why, at Konworthy
nnd Goode's, Commercial street.
Lien Ui-on Loos. Ruth E. Bayre,
claimant vs. Charles MoDonald, de
fendant, has filed with the county
olerk a lion upon 32,000 feet of cotton
wood, and 28,04a feet of white Ur logs
on the farm of claimant. MoDinald
agreed to pay 60 cents a thousaud for
the logs but has failed to do so.
ATTEND THE WOOLEN MILL
NEW LINE ADDED,
Keller Sons have
ATTEND THE WOOLEN MILL
Wanted East. Governor Lord
Issued a requisition for Willie Perkins,
a colored lad arrested at Portlaud on
telegraphic request of the superinten
dent of the Minnesota reform school,
aud Oregon will surrender all claims to
Court end Liberty,
BROS. & CO.,
Tfie Cih Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe House
Steamer Altona This favorite
boat has rcaiimpri linr rntmlrir trlnn.lnnv
put in a new eoilil(Aa
floor mattings and are , way po,D 80'3t
J,- 4- t.!r,. i ATTEND THE WOOLEN MILL
ready to snow attract meeting tonight,
tive patterns, All new, ROYAL Baking Powder.
J20 State street I n!shcs of a" in leaveala
w mu"v, s. uuvciuiucui itcpori
Plameo Promptly Extinguished With
At 0 o'clock Mr. and Mr?. Bluclulr at
Bt. Paul's rectory discovered smoke lu
tne upper chambers, that aro unoccu
pied. FIro was discovered comlug out
of tho chimney In tho roof and In a
twinkling the 11 ro department waa on
tho ground and In a short tlmo all was
safely cared for. Tho flro brigade did
not break open the houso or lnuro tho
property In any way. They found
whero tho danger was, put out a flro
that was endangorlng the property,
madoall securo, gave the ocpupants.
Instructions what to do, and went
away when thoy wero perfectly sure all
It was a bad case of a flue burning
out. Tho upper part of the house was
tilled with hot smoko aud yet tho Are
Itself was almost Impossible to got at.
Rev. Sinclair wishes to express his
thanks at the prompt atteudanco of
tho firemen nnd their careful work in
stopping the flro without doing any
ATTEND THE WOOLEN MILL
Woolen Mill. Llko every other
thriving business, McCall's grocery
store on Court Btreet Is on the Improvo
mi me time, anu us proprietors pro-
poso to keep abreast of the best in their
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Saloin nnd Eastern Quotations Cor
Ohicaqo Dec. 2. Wheat, cash 6675c. ; Jnn
xKW Yoiuc. Ddc.2. Silver, t(c; lend, JJ.30.
HAN FRANCISCO MAHICKT.
HanI.Kjuncisco, Dee 3. Wheat, WA
Wwol-Oregon, choice, 7dt Inferior, 7(38
volley, mila. '
lions Ouotible at Sa,7n.
1'olatoeu 53 to 40o nor nafV:Ori'irin Tlniluinlr.
uuut Aiiuiug, :uiJ4,
1'OBTI.ANII. Oca. 2. WhMl vnllntr role
Walla wulla.lJ ' "
Flour l'ortluud. I2.03i Flnnlun mnniir. ) m-
graham. W-iW; supertluo, ti per bbl, '
UaU Wllltll 'Jlpji'.rUv .... 11.1I. .IIa ih
. - ."-"" -'w n'Jf .PJl JUIIVU. IU
Wool Voile v.l to.
lIIUsturls-!trun,811JI09lJ shorU, t!2aJl3;
chop teed, ia315.per ten: rye 7jo per o.
llfdes-greeu, salted, W lbs 8Jo; uudor UO lbs
7o sheep nelU,loa7iKs,
Hops-New Orcgon.iaaOo, according to qual-
ii utter Orceon
'XXin'itA"9" wvgood, UHa
; wuiie. aicaaic: grey, JDQ21: rollod, In
EI.U'JG(Sa bnnels,tA)a7.UU; cuses, l,73,
otatoes-Ndw Oregon, J5j5o per suck.
runoy creamery, 17122a
Oheese-Oregon full cream, 8a0).
per doz; ducks
tggs-Oregou, W pr doz.
i?u.'.,.'7-Cn,clloni'' ' a60
LOOSAOi getse. WI,UXa7S0;
uoei xopsteers.K3 8-o5
Notice to Policy Hold
ers of State Insur
Favorable arrangements have
been made with the Firemen's
Fund Insurance Company for
tho substitution ot policies ot
tho Stato Insurance Companv
without loss to the assured
Beforo cancelling your policies
call on agents of the Fire
men's Fund Insurance Co.
EDMOND 0. GILTNER,
i. . 1
t R-K Mk TK. I Ala n .
Jtw.,2Xa.3.6c; cows, 2ia3&cj cfressed I7et,
lfce,'4to.b0e,, ,I'75a2-C: Ch,Ce ewe"'
Veal-Hmall, choice, ouoe; large, Salo ft.
f20 V bu. market firmer.
Blow off the FoAM.-.Thls aot Is
uotcontiueu to tho consumption of
beer. Qoodsoap, llko that made at
the Balem Boap and Chemical works,
produces tho finest lather.
New Notaries. R. M. JaakBon,
Dllley; H. O. Cross, Oregon City; Wal
ter Bluolalr, Coqutllo City, were com
Asylum Board. The stata Insane
asylum board met this afternoon to
receive tho report of Superintendent
Paine for November.
Children Cry for
i,y""1ia,eai cueat 0a5.OO; timothy 18 60
Flour. In whoiesaie lou, SiWntan .uwh
bran. buU Il0,0. sacked. lIl.t'noru Vi 1 ta
2. 00; ebon feed.tti.ooaliou. ' fll,00a
Apples aoaioo ou.
ATTEND THE WOOLEN MILL
' " 11 nnnt-t,,.,,.r
Take No Substitute.
" CONDENSED MILK
f 'MuitMlSv?- i5i5P. o ouur U
H 11 11 wm i-Z
For cancellation of
policies of State Insuiv
ance Co and substi j
tution of Firemen's
Fund policies call on
JOHN WRIGHT, or
office of State Insure
J, H. HAAS,
WATOIllUKlfll AND JEWKIEB,
M ikes a specialty ol Fine Rpalr Wo'". I1
Thomas clock), etc., 215 Commercial Btrse
FDR KAI F.
, A twelve acre prune orchard, with bjdj
tnga and lmprovemnts,o gosta buKjir.
On mile irom railroad station. Addre "
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