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Daily Capital Journal
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THUBSDAY, JA2f. 23, 1890.
jf ggTiiTV Ii li I I I I P i l ' I
Altona and Ramona
Independence, Gijo a. m. 6 o a m.
' tgFrelght rrceiveti up to 10 p. m.JEi
C ck lime, regular 'service nd cheap j
f "(?""?. 'iVaLDWIN. I
TStSCX. & i3
0. Ktolz went to Portland today.
.. M. Crown was a Portland i;ikmjii
Wiley H. Allen rvttirnwl to J'ort
iniiii tlil afternoon.
Judge nnd Mrs. Hewitt have re
turned from 'Frisco.
BmltU & Smith, of Detroit, nro
offering lumber cheap.
S. A. Clark wafi a, 'orth bound piif
a-ngor this liioriilnir
Attorney Gonerul U. M. Idlcman
went to Portland this morning
P. 11. Jtnymoml went to Portland
today to remain a couple of days.
0. M. Lockwood Is n Portland visi
tor, having gone down thU morning.
E. Mande nnd Guy Laws arc to
build a good roller mill at Monroe,
Mro. E, C. Small, of Salem, In visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. T. G. Hopkins,
Prof. Chas. Anderson, of Tangent,
Id instructor of the Lebanon band of
Hon. C.E.Moor,of Mountain View,
Uenton county, Is sjiokcii of as a legis
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howersox, of
Corvallls, nro visiting at tho parental
homo of Jlov. J. Howcrsox.
Paul J. G. Kleppcn of Philomath, Is
getting ready to put In his mill dam
that was washed out four weeks ago.
Ueferce Woodcock has had his time
to report on the apportionment of the
Oregon Paclllc claims extended to
W.T.Gray went to Portland tills
afternoon and will leave, tonight on
l ho Shasta limited for 11 ton days'
visit In San Francisco.
The mother of Daniel MeKoreher,
the man killed by Lloyd Mont gomory,
has leeu paid the $2000 duo on his
death from the A.). U. W. order.
Lr J. M. Kecuo arrived In Salem
this morning, having come to Port
land from Los Angeles a few days
slime. Ho will remain In Salem for
Miss Harriet Clinton, of Portland,
arrived In Salem today and Is at
present the guest of Miss Hose Wood
rulT. She will visit friends here for a
couplo of weeks.
Dick Wostaeott, a Salem liveryman,
has been In town hovcral days,
buying baled hay. Ho wanted 100
tons of cheat, but loft yesterday after
securing only a portion of that
amount, Corvallls Times
it Is an Interesting and pooullar
fact Unite. II. D.ilrymple, of Albany,
has taught schools In which both Sam
Drown and Lloyd Montgomery, sen
tenced to lie hanged on tho same day,
wero his pupils. Mr. Dalrymplo Is
now a lawyer.
Southern Oregon Republicans want
tho congressional convention held at
Beware Of Ointments for Cauuh that
a intrcurr will mely ilniruy die itnie nf
mell and compUielv derange die whole y
teni when enuring it thioieri the iuucou,
.urficc Such amdc tlmuld never l tid
tiH on pracrtpikini lepmadle plivilcian,
r the d.iiuge Ihry vlll do ii ten fold to ihi
UO.V1 yw can dniye I root thrm Hall'
tauuli Cure. manufMliurcd by 1". J. Cheney
& Co . Joledn. O , contains no meicurv, and
taken internally, acting IWily upon ho
I.I00.I end niucou. lurfieeii of the system. In
Irtiylnnllair 'aunh lure lwsur)ou on
lb tttmlne It is iaWn Internally, and made
InloediiOlito, by K.J, ChenftCo Tcs.
KpStflh by murium price 7$ cents a lt
Winter Dress Goods .. .,
Woolen Underwear . , ,
Men's and Boys' Suits and
Ai muM Ik- m.M. Prltvs mil tk-op.
Call ami got n bargain. Our DrcU
Uowh Department In full of kixk!
things, anno with our Shoo D01W
menu Trj l hum. '
WILLIS 11HOS. & CO.
ft, . Gourt and Liberty street.
Qoeinl and Fraternal
The ladles of tho Salem Flortlcul
tural society gave a parlor entertain
ment at tho elegant home of Mr. ana
Mw.R. B. Fleming last night, for the
benefit of the Salem hospital. The
spacious parlors were crowded by a se
lect audleuce, and all were highly
ninncpd with the splendid program
rendered, which wns opened by a piano
duet by Miss Maud Hlrschand Mr.
Whan, rendered in a nigmy wnsum
manner evincing tinsual skill, nnd rc
cclvlng'mnrkcd approbation. A vocal
duct by Misses Iluelat and White
waSNunglnn chnrming manner, the
voices of the young ladles blending
most harmoniously. MI-aMnrlc Vnn
Derbol again displayed her iwwcrsns
an elocutionist by reading an humor
ous selection, nnd In response to a
hearty encore favored her hearers with
a (second. Mrs. Ella McDowell's vocal
solo wns up to her usual high stand
ard, and received an cneoie. A gui
tar duet by Mise Haas and Spcrry
was beautifully plajed, and received a
persistent encore, which was kindly
resiwnilcd to. In resiwiiso to an In
formal request Master Ernest Van
Dcrsol recited a humorous selection
very ably, also responding to an en
core. A vocal solo by Chas Ford, one
of Salem's finest tenor singers,
received an encore, the response
closing the program, which was
ccrtalulv composed of line talent.
Mrs. R. S. Dean, as president of the
society, then made a short address of
thanks to the audience arid entertain
ers, and nlso outlined the Intended
work of tho society for the coming
year. Her remarks wcro most elo
quent nnd enrnest as she recapitu
lated tho benefit and pleasures de
rived from floriculture, and were at
tentively listened to and heartily iij.
platidctU LADY OKFICKHH INHTAI.LBl).
The newly elected olllcers of the
Degree of Honor, at Gorvals, were In
stalled Wednesday evening by Mrs.
Carrie H0I1111111, grand lady of honor,
of Salem, iis!sUmI by Mrs O. D.
Hutton. Tho new IncumlMMits are
Mrs. Koa Godfrey, C. of IL; Mrs.
Emma Taylor, L. of II.; Mrs. Laura
Clark, C. of C; Mrs. Clara .loncs, re
corder; W. .1. Clark, financier; Mrs.
Hose Merrlman, rlcelver, Min. Zena
dla Durette, guide; Mrs. Itlm Smith.
I. W.; E. ItlpiHT, O. W. Much pral.se
waslieslowed on Mosdamos Holman
and Hutton for the manner In which
they conducted the work. The new
"chlet" Is throughly convcisant with
the duties of her high position and
will make a very elllclcut oillcor nnd
her associate chairs are In line to
help her m(M admirably. Tho InslaN
la t Ion was followed by a delicious
Mipiwruud 11 general good. time.
A HUltl'HISi: I'AItTY.
AdclightfulsiirprlM) was arranged
for Ulchard Churchill last night by
several of his friends, tho occasion
lielng his birthday anniversary. Ac
cordingly a crowd of them numbering
about twenty proceeded to tho Church
Ill homo lit North Salem, and pro
ceeded to passu morry evening. Many
rollicking games were played, and ere
tho fun commenced to pall upon the
tasto delicious refreshments were ser
ved. Thoo present wero; Mrs. M.
II. Churchill, Mrs. Goo. Hilton, Misses
Estello Churchill, Alice Woodruff,
Carrie Campbell, Clam ltlggs, Lena
Keyt, Llzxlo Mascher, Alice Perrlne,
Minnie Morris. Eva Hastings, Carrie
Sweet, Tina IJarbeni, and Ethol Olll
Inglmm; Messrs. Diehard Churchill.
W. E. Churchill, Joliu King, Herman
Ainsler, Dnlph ltlggs, Hurley White,
Elmer Dalloy, Goo. Dunsford, Frank
llanna, Frank Churchill and Will
A. O. U. W. llltHTHKUN Hl'ltlMtlSKt).
At theclasoof tho buslnos m'mIoii
Ust night the memlK'rs of Protection
odge A. O. I'. W. and visiting
brethren wore agreeably surprised by
tho ladles of tho Degree of Honor, who
trwitwl them to a splendid Mipper.
which gavo evidence of having iweu
pivpareti by ilrhtn'lnvs cotiks. Tholr
generosltj was heartily appreciated
in more than one luswet, as was
shown by the avidity with which the
viands wore partaken of.
MIm tHilbta Mooif siHnt the day
at the ivform N-hool. i
Miss Oilier Dolxjrt.son has returned
from a visit at her home In Stayton.
Tho ladles of iJnlty church will
give a supper and dance at Clinuuluir
hall Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. i p. .xm, who
havo been spending a fow weeks w 1th
Salem rolatlvus and friends, left today
for their homo at Reno, Nevada.
Mlw Caxrlo llohntui am) Mw. Q. u.
Hutton returned from GorvnU ti,u
morning, whew thov Insist mi 1,, 1...1
stalling the onlcers of the im i.fli0.18, 'l1,,"s,xllclnotloes
Honor. A. O. W.. last
0.KVU.l.lWUiHi. 1 1. ltanolli J, L
awL Vtm. s. smith n.l Ami
..v.iwuii uiHUteH, enuijiiwl,u
uiiiu-n miimiI liouM Thuwif-,,...
nlnif. a 11 x Z 7
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Pitcher's Castorln. ' '
lorrors for February Term.
The 31 Jurymen, to 6erve at tho
TWintnrv tprm ot circuit court for
Jfarlon county, wcro elected Wedncc
doy In tho usual manner by the clerk
and sheriff. Tboy are as follows;
IL G. Sonneman, merchant, Salem.
Henry Keene, farmer, Aumsvlllo.
S. T, Hobart, farmer' Sllverton,
Chas. Ha ttnan,farmer,Scott'9 Mills.
Chas, Burgraff, nrchltect, Salem.J
Harry nelmke, miller, Turner.
Hadlcy Hobson, liycryman.Mchama.
E. IL Flngg, printer, Salem,
W. D. Claggctt, farmer, Salem.
J. T, Ross, runner, Mt. Angel.
Ed. Hall, farmer, Salem.
C. B. McElhancy, farmer. Sublim
ity. Geo. Kraus, farmer, Aurora.
Etlvvard Johns, farmer, Salem.
A. II. Glcsy, Jeweller, Aurora.
Win, Wolfer, farmer, Hubbard.
Geo. Gray, hardwareman, Salem.
R. G. Pierce, farmer, Gates.
C. L. Parmcnter, carpenter, Salem.
F. A. Ford, merchant, Woodburn.
Alex Clnrk, hotel keeper, Salem.
Chas. Lcmbckc, farmer, Buttcvllle.
C. W. Knox, plumber, Salem.
Jas. Simpson, motormnn, Salem.
Clarence Slmeral, farmer, Marlcay.
Chas, Bripgs, farmer, Stayton.
A. M. LuFollette, farmer, Brooks-.
M. A. Wade, farmer, Gervals.
Sam Connor, farmer, St. Paul.
T. R. Blackcrby, merchant, Sllver
ton. Honry Hall, farmer, 'Wooburn.
Music Store of th Wtlcy B
.Co., to Remain In Salem.
Owing to not Ix-lng able to tmblet
the store, Wiley 11. Allen Co., have
djtermlncd to continue tho Salem
branch nnd will enlarge the stock at
once so as to make a complete music
store In every detail.
Miss M. C. Allen will bi.In control
and at the head of the business as
sisted by Miss Hello Grlllln nnd It Is
the Intention to have all the latest
music sent dally to the Salem store,
sons to give pitrons the benefit of
everything new In the way of music
as soon as Issued.
Tanciknt. Alfred Morgan's child
ren are recovering from n .severe Ill
ness R. S. Hughas Is principal
and Miss M. M. Beard primary teacher
of our schools Mr. Arcutt nnd
family havo moved here from Al
bany.. Miss Corn Vnno Is editor
of the "Tangent Kicker," a paper for
the new literary society Prof. A.
T. Gregclt takes charge of t he school
recently taught by Mr. Sanford
Mr. Ohet lost, a horse by being kicked
nnd having a leg broken .7. B.
Morgan Is still very til A. B.
Hlett, Alfred Blevlns, Jesso McGee,
and Mr. Xowcomc aru called tho
"Scientific Club of Tangent."
PouintY Snow. C. T. Doty, who
Is buying up poultry for the San
Francisco market, and will ship a car
February Mb, Is In Gervals and Brooks
this afternoon pushing the business.
Ho will visit many of tho county
towns In this Interest and give every
body a chance to get In their poultry
and sell It for cash.
Rbtuhnkd Homk. Alva Clieno.
wenth, who was run over by a train
near Hubbard a month since, necessi
tating tho amputation of one leg, left
yesterday for his homo at Elgin,
Eastern Oregon, ills mother, who
has leeu with htm since the accident,
SUl'l'KIt SUITKIt SUPl'Ull. At
Channlng Hall next Friday evening,
from 5 to 8 o'clock. Music, Elite Or
chestra, for the social entertainment.
ll.... 1,,... I .... .
i' 11. -it. miii. .Murgau, who uas
Uton at tho poor farm for four vears,
and Is about 8A yonrs oldt Is said to lie
homo of A. .1. Zimmerman, Millers,
Linn county, January 111, lS'.MJ, Ed.
Imiiiorinaii to Phoolie Alphlno.
They will reside at Shedd.
ALLEN. At the family homo in
Portland, Tmisday morning, Janu
ary 21, 1811, to the wife of Ira E.
Allen, a son.
Mra. Allen Is a daughter of Rev. J.
Uoworsox of this city.
Baths! Dalhsl Baths)
t vi;i', l0 iljoircdatn baths. hlx baths
firl. Chtldreirshalrcuttlng, under
- ji-mi ui iii,iM coins.
1-Min J. C.Mills, Prop.
1 vj i'vvi(w mm icjiiiru uieuioine If)
ivgulato tho bowels and kldneyswlll
vii IH.WB who requiru uieuioine tfi
find the true n?medv In F.
not st linn.
"ii' mir"iimius nowniSK
,",w':'l w" acts as a tonic and
aterat vt t acts mildly on he
stomach an-bowels, adding strength
and giving tone to the organs, thereby
III, v I.... . a 1 . . V. ""'
,ti..;.?..:.. ' v ",."" i"-"" 01
uiiiiiitr .a 11 1 unt 111 1 na turni...i.... .
.Vii. r.""..""l'.P!ew s nu
' luiiuLitiiis. Ktectr 0 oittflis. r
win livmit' Tlllrl it Int .i...1 1
Ini ri" 1Irlt,Soc"l. lwrlKttle
I at 1- re A. Legg's drug store.
Children Cry for
Read All the Roll Calls Oa
As Shown By the-'Printed Journals
of Both Houses,"
OnNRItAI. AMMtOPMATlOIC HILL.
Following resolution was adopted
by the legislature on the fust day:
Resolvofl. That the committee ou
ways and means of this house be In
structed to report into the house the
general appropriation bill not later
than two weeks prior to the date of
Fobnmiy21,al 7:. p. in. the bill
was considered In committee of the
whole and finally pissod Ihe house
February 2!, tliPHrH day of the so
slon by following vete:
Tlio-c voting nyc were
Mes-rs. Baker, Bnrkley, Blnndell,
Boorhby, Burke, Oilu-rt. Caulwoll,
Clivion, Cle. Conn. Ci-on, Cooper,
Craig, Curtk l:tly. Jwvld. b.il.
Dunn, t Sales, Govvcly, Guild. Unrdane,
Uil'ecns, HofiT, Hnpe.Hurfniaii.Kcyl,
Long. Lyle, McCniken. McGreer.
Mint its Myers. Patterson, Rinearson,
Sffitt, Sehlbrede, Shut nun, Stanley,
Smith of Clacknmas, Smith of Polk,
Smith of Josephine, Smith of Linn.
Tompluton. Thompson, Wright. !?
is'njs- Mo-srs. Beach, Biickman,
Burleigh, Jeffrey, Nealon, Paxton,
Stewart, Tlgaul, Yates. Young and
Mr. Speaker 11,
Absent Messrs. Bridges. Lester
Ktn.ST JOINT JU.VKKT.
Resolved, That a committee of
three on the part, of the house and
t(wo on the part of the senate be ap
pointed to visit the public works In
the state, Including the jetty at the
mouth of tho Columbia river and the
locks at the cascades, with power to
employ the necessary clerical aid and
resport to the legislature,
Mr. Burke moved thnt the reso
lution be adopted.
Mr. Stewart demanded the ayes and
On this question the 10II was called
linil the vote was:
Ayes Baker, Beach, Boothby,
Bridges, Burke, Cardwcll, Cleeton,
Cole, Coon, Curtis, Long, Lyle,
McGeer, Patterson, Hlnearson, Smith
of Josephine, Templeton and Thomp
Kays-Messrs. Barkley, Blnndell,
Buckman, Burleigh, Calvert, Cooper,
Craig, Dally, David, Gates, Guild,
Gurdane, Hlllegas, Hofer, Hope.HutT
man, Jcirrey, Keyt, Lester.McCraken,
Mintlc, Moorhead, Xcalon, Paxton,
Sehlbrede, Shutrum.Stanley, Stewart,
Smith of Clackamas, Smith of Polk,
Smith of Lliin.Tlganl.Wrlght, Yates,
Young and Mr. Speaker ao,
Absent Davis, Dunn.Gowdy, Myers
and Scott 5.
Tho motion was lost.
ThU wns on Janunry lfttli. It will
bo seen later that many of these Joint
visiting committees were appointed
but all wero limited as tocompen
sat ion of clerks and tlmo of service.
The visiting and Joint Investigating
committees were all being defeated
when Long, of Multnomah county,
proposed tho follewing:
Resolved, That tho speaker of tho
house appoint a specinl committee of
live, to whom all resolutions of the
house shall bo referred for consider
at Ion nnd recommendation, and re
port tothe house as to tho nd visibility
lwWnBor "jlw-lnB the sanie.aiui
that said committee have leave to re
port at any time.
This was adopted nnd gave tho com-
Continued on second page.
HUrhest HonorsWorld's Fnlr
Medal, Midwinter Pair.
lUott Pdct Madt.
Chicago, Jan. 3a.-Vhet, cuao-.
"Newark, J-n. aa.-Silver, 66Ke;ld,
SAN FRANCfckrp MATlKEft
San Francisco. Jan So.-i-hMt, mX
wnni. urcpon. cnuiit imw. "?---
QScf valley, 9 lie. ' '
Hop QnotabltatSoc. ,
Potatoa 50 toj5c per sack.
' nnn it 'a NT) MARKETS
S Pt"nM Tnn 91 Wheat vSlUy, 60
Walla Walln, 5s.
Floufr-Porllaml, J2.7S! Bnon w"ny.
2.60; firabara, $1 20; superfine. $2 per Mil.
Oats- White, 2324c; grey, i92i;rolll.
in bags, 4'355 35." b"'"5"; 4j5 ?-?5
cases, 3 75. ' L f 1
Potatoes.. New Oregon, iJOfaJSocfpersack.
Hay.. Good, 5.5.0850 perton.
Wo.il . . Valley, I lc: Kastrrn Oitgon, 79C-
Millstulls. .Ilran. $n,5ci2.5o; shorts.,l2
i;choii fced,t2l5 per ton; rye. 75c per c
llldes'.gieen, .alied 60 lls 5c; under
60 Ibj 44CS heep pelts, icojoc.
Hops. .Oregon, 4 to 5c, according to ciual
Uutter..Orecon fancy creameryrfs;
fancy dairy. 351 lair lo Reed, 3Cg35
Cheese.. U.egon full cream, 12I2Mc.
Efc'K- Oregon, iS(ff.2o per dor ; Lattern,
tSc prdoz. ,
Poultry.. Chickens, 250 ner do ;
ducks, 54 ocS;6; geese, $6.00(7.00; tur-
lJecf..fopstetr. 223-50 per lb; fair
to good steers. 22 3.5c; cows, 2i2c;
dressed beef. J 5 ltc.
Mutton.. Hest beef, 2.oo2.25; choice
ewi'S, 1. 5o2.oo; dressed, 4c
Hogs.. Choice, heavy, $5 oo3.4o; light
and eeders; $2 75s dressed, 4Ai per lo.
Veal.. Small, choice, .5"; large, 3(4c
P" '' SALBM MARKET.
Wheat, 50c per bu., market firmer.
Oats .17c. .
Hay .liale.1, cheat, $i505.oo; timothy,
$6 50. "
Flour .In wholesale lots, 3.50; retail,
280; bran, .bulk 900; sacked, 1200;
shorto, ii.ooI2.oo; chop feed, I2.oo
13.00. . fr '
Live Cattle.. ti2ji.
.Sh'.'ep..UvV, 2 bo.
Duller.. Pest iay, l?. "C)
cienmcry. 25c - -
FarmSnokrtl Mens. .Hu.m Jl4 J'.in.s
in ; shoulders, 7c.
Potatoes. ,2oc per lu . , .,
Onions.. '2c. .' t
Choicest, fresh packed, salt salmon, good as
fresh, only 5c per lb at
P, 0. Grocery, HARRITT LAWRENCE
100 Dozen Chickens.
felCT.DOTY S COMPANY
What price will they pay ? The higlv
est price ever paid in Salem, Don't be afraid
of bringing too much, as-all can be taken
care of, Poultry must be delivered on Feb,
3 or 4, Call and see us,
Patent Poultry Car
Must have poultry by that time,
WANTED -A bell-a farm bell. Drop in.
formaton In Lock Ho 36S, Salem 1.23.31
FOR bALb ahgraph typewriter.'tn good
',fpair ?oe$ cellent work. For sale cheap.
Uiliget's law office, Isu.h bank block. 2331
WANTED-. Man and wife to lake charge of
a comfortable house and fruit farm at bunny
side for a trrm of three months or loncer arid
board proprietoi, Address X. this oPice. 20
WA??EDrTwo wood chW o cul
small fir at 6o cents a cord, for cash. Anrti
15. Mtlton Hn.wn, Sidney, Or- i-t . ,y
Hcadquarte.for the I
leaning daily newspapers ol the coast. Sub
acnptions t. ken for the Weekly Examiner
g.Tiff'&ff cica,s and C0nftc,l0nIe7Atm w.
WE DO NO r WAN r-Iloyf or loIferT buT
menofab tv. 4ioo in eL .. . Dut
hus.lers. State and ceneral " .."""i1",. .
-".- eb kxaiiiiv
PUBLIC MEN, TOLITCIANS ANdIus".
aKW I'Al'UR-Urge lot'oT-hTa
WMPP,neisl-erfor sale cheap. ju
PA ERs -inland, Sacra
Close At Hand
January 27tb wc will commence to move to 2S7
Commercial' street, tl1buUo now occupied ui
G W, Jolinson d Son.fy Our ' removal sale Wi
close on Saturday ncxtyto tatc advantage of our
extremely low prices while yotr have an opoor,
The Last Week
As this is our lastonStatf street, wc
offer all remnants and-brokcn-lines" regardless of
Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods,
The remainder of these, lines wc will close out
at half price this. week, .Callbcfprc thesizesand
. & E.
115 STATE STREET,
OPERA HOUSE, Grand Successful Week. OPERA HOUSE
Chase 2C Stock 2C Company,
Entirely New Repertoire of Plays,
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w. v. s 9 y " ,
u ms ms
Ten Dollars Given
AND WO OS SATURDAY NIGHT.
Th'i same pleasing price of admission, 10c, 20 and 30c
rvc'l scats at Tatton's Bros.' bookstore without extra charge.
will toave .'Salem February 5
INSURANCE -J. N. Fergnson, agent for
estern Assurance of Toro-ito, FhocnU of
Life anr! Arti.K l
pf.tf J!l"ice. l,n ,wilh he GloboRV.1
fm, ' l ln "' P01 olt,ce build.
COMDINATION OIL CURE CO fo,
JTr "?,,lI"B'n,dUeMe.. We'cure
Wh1 'he"mJI?ai.a"!. rt mlnor'dlsea"?
...." j .iun 011 wmen ts workinp
AildrCM, H HtCKJfAN,
Traveling Agent, Eugene, Or,
STRAYED Cm s-rmrnj 7. !
. ter?wv boutV.,So.Twe ':J?.l
S :C wrf-i.?rJeJt!?,l4 Also
kmn. Liberal nUTl 1 j.,7"?'1.
Vh Baby wa. atok, wa pT. her CattU.
When she was child, ahe cried for CaaorU,
TO SlAHRY Oonrrn Wj .,,.
- -1 vuv90f
Mfc a s
Damon and Pythias
Woolen Mills Store,
The clothing bus!
ness in Salem during
the past year has, in
a general way, had its
rough sailing, But the
Woolen. Mills Store
has stood like Gibral
ter and sold the most
and best goods, It's
homemade and all
wool goods, coupled
with square dealing,
has done that busi'
ness, and the intention
of the managers is to
put in a large st' kthe
coaling season at
prices that will corres'
pond with small in'
comes, and at the
same time the stand'
ard of these popular
goods will be fully
kept up, and its many
friends and patrons
can rely in the future
on getting reliable
goods, the same as in
Dealer in groceries, paints, oils,
window glass, varnishes, ancl
the most complete stoce of
brushes of all kinds in the
state, Artists materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, ana
finest quality of grass seeds,
W. F. R. SMITH & CO.
(Successors to Smith & Sch ndler )
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