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Delicate and Lasting.
A large assortment and low
prices rule at Frys Drug Store
Holidays Are Over,
And we arc us busy as ever.
Why? Because vc sell cheaper than
5 lb lartl 45
7 pound of rolled oats J
30 pounds rolled oats 1 00
I pouud Arbuckle or Lion coffee.. 10
II lbs same L 9:
5 lbs lard ?
10 lb lard
A 1 llonr, per sacK J"
0 lb gloss starch
0 lb Arm & Hammer soda &
20 uz bur or soap Oo
M, T, RINEMAN,
132 Stato st.
Almost a Tragedy.
St. Louis, Jan. 10. Charles F.
Simmons, reputed Millionaire, and
president of the Simmons Patent Med
icine Company, shot Emil Davidson,
bookkeeper of the St. Louis Trust
Company, Simmons, who Is an elderly,
gray-hulred man, met Davidson on the
street, passers-by heard angry words
and the next Instant Simmons drew
a revolver and tired five times, eucli
shot taking effect. Davidson dropped
to the sidewalk seriously wouuded,
but will recover.
Simmons was placed unacr arrest.
He told Captain Boyd, that the uiau
he shot had betrayed his daughter,
and he had avenged the wrong done
This is Simmons' third deadly affray
Several years ago he stabbed his
brother-in-law In Mississippi. Three
years ago lie stabbed his bookkeeper,
a man named McBraln in a quarrel.
"We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall'sCatarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props. To
"We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Clieney for the lust 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out an obligation made
by their lirm.
West & Traux, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O. , ,
Waldlug. Klnnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Price, 75c, per bottle. Sold by al
Druggists. Testimonials lree.
To Cure a Cold in one day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
labJets. All druggists refund the
money if it falls to cure. 25c. 10-14-Cm
Karl's Clover Root Tea, lor Constipation
it's the Best and if after using it you don't
say so, return the package and get your
money. Sold by D. J. Fry.
Luelgert to Testify.
Chicago, Jan. 19. It was decided
by the defense that Adolph Luetgert
should go on the witness stand next
Friday and tell the jury the story of
his actions on the night of May 1 of
last year, when the murder of Mrs,
Luetgert Is supposed to have taken
place. It is belleyed the case will be
concluded easily next week.
Followed by Heart Disease, Curd by
DR. MILES' HEART CURE.
r E. 0. 0. snULTS, of Wlntcrset, Iowa,
Inventor and manuiaciurcr m
ci. ..!. cntntv Whlfflotreo CoUDllng.
writes of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. "Two years
ago an attack of LaGrlppo left mo with a
weak heart. I had run down In flesh to
mero skin and bone. I could not sleep lying
down for smothering spellss frequent sharp
darting pains and palpitation caused a con
stant fear of sudden death, nothing could
induce me to remain away from homo over
night. My local physician proscribed Dr.
Miles' Heart Ctiro and in a few days I was
able to sleep well and tho pains gradually
lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced tho
tho doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and
am now feeling Deuer in every " " -
have for years."
Dr. Miles' Remedies
urn sold bv all drug
gists under a positive
guarantee, first botua
benefits or money re
funded. Book on dis
eases of the heart and
DB. MILES MEDICAL OO., Elkhart, InL
w -Kiu.ri si
i .iiiiiuai m
fcni i vii
Resolutions Introduced and
SILVER TO PAY OUR BONDS.
Teller's Resolution Causes Quite a
flurry Among Repuclicans.
Washington. Jan. 10. Oalllnger,.
of the committee of public health and
national quarantine, reported favora
bly to the senate a bill providing for
an investigation of the subject or lep
rosy Vest of Missouri, for the finance
committee, reported the Tellar reso
lution adopted by that committee,
and gave notice that he would call it
up at an early date.
Daniel of Virginia secured the adop
tion or a resolution directing the sec
retary of state to supply the senate
with information respecting the kill
ing of Frank Epps, .a sailor of tho
United States steamship Olympia, by
Japanese subjects in the harbor of
Nagsakl, In December, 1897.
A resolution to the senate calling
upoi the secretary of the treasury fr
the reasons why an Item of $11,
000,000 interest due the United States
from the Pacltic railroads had been
dropped from his statement, which
went over under objectlon.was agreed
Allen, of Nebraska, called up his
resolution calling for an investigation
by the pension committee as to the
authority of the commissioner of
pensions to promulgate an order that
no consideration be given applica
tions for an Increase of pensions
within 12 months after the last ap
plication. The resolution was agreed
Hale, of Maine, then called up the
urgent deliciency bill. The bill carry
ing 81,018,810 was passed after a few
amendments hud been made.
Foraker,,of the Pacltic railroads
committee, asked for consideration of
a till conferring upon the president
authority to bid In the Kansas Pacific
road. It being evident the bill would
provoke considerable discussion.
Foraker withdrew his amendment for
Davis moved that the senate go
Into executive session.
Carter, chairman of the census com
tulttee, said he desired to call atten
tion to the notice, given, that he
would call up for consideration
the pending census bill. Tho com
mittee, he said, reganlfd this bill as
of great Importance, and felt that it
should be passed promptly. Davis,
however, Insisted upon his motion.
The senate then went Into execu
Tho first contested election case of
the present congress was disposed of
by the house. Chairman Taylor, of
the committee on elections No 1 re
ported that Thomas Clark had aban
doned his contest, and the committee
therefore unanimously reported a
resolution declaring Jesse F.Stalllngs
entitled to the seat, representing the
second Alabama district. The house
then resumed consideration of the
army opperatlon bill.
Sayres, Democrat, of Texas, raised
a pqint of order against a provision
req uiringenlisted men to be paid by
the paymasters in person. The point
was sustained and the provision went
The armv annronrlatlon bill passed,
and the diplomatic and consular ap
propriation bill svas taken up. The
minority served notice that they pro
posed to debate the foreign relations
Dearmond of Missouri offered as an
amendment to the diplomatic and
consular appropriation bill a resolu
tion for lecognltion of Cuban belliger
ency, and when a point of order was
raised against it, made a long spcecii
urging the members to over-rlao the
rules, assert themselves and adopt this
Bailey, Democrat, of Texas, amid a
burst of applause, challenged Ilitt,
chairman of the committee on foreign
affairs, to state If It was the Inten
tlouof those in authority to give the
house an opportunity to vote on a
Cuban belligerency resolution. Hltt
made no reply, except to protest that
Bailey was out of order. Hepburn, in
the chair, sustained the point. Dear
innnrl annealed from the decision of
the chair and urged the members to
seize the present opportunity. Ding
ley, the floor leader of the majority,
hurried to the rescue. Great excite
ment prevailed. In reply to Dingley,
Dearmond urged that the members
could get consideration for nothing
except after those In authority had
Henderson, Republican, of Iowa,
answered De Arrunnd, declaring that
If a majority of the house was against
the Cuban resolution there would be
no action, despite the tine display of
the Missouri gentleman. Tho excite
ment on the floor continued, but the
debate was temporarily diverted to
rules and parliamentary status.
The senate committee on finance
have yoted to report tho Teller reso
lutlon declaring for the payment of
natlanai bonds In silver dollars as well
as in gold. The vote stood 8 to 5. The
resolution is practically the same as
the Stanley resolution, adopted some
years ugo. Teiose voting for the reso
tlon were: Vest, Jonrs. of Arkansas;
White, Walthall, Turpie, Doniel,
Democrats; Jones, of Nevada, Silver
Republican, anu wnicou, iiepuon
can. Those against it were: Merrill,
Allison. Aldrich, Plutt. of Connecti
cut, and BuirotfB. Jones, of Nevada,
was not present, but his vote was, by
his request, recorded In favor of the
The house committee on Interstate
and foreign commerce has reported
the antl-scalnlng bill. There were
J but two dissenting vote9.
Will Maintain Her Rights.
London, Jan. 19. The country gen
erally is greatly pleased by the an
nouncement made by tho chancellor
or the exchequer. Sir Michaels
Hlcks-Bcacli. at Swansea Monday
nlght.'in which he repeated tho pre
vious declaration of Balfour at Man-1
Chester, on the Indian policy of tho
government, and added that the ruin-.
Istry was determined oven at the cost
or war tuat uneneso commerce snouiu
nut be closed to great Britain.
Tlijs declaration Is taken as outlin
ing the government's position, and
both liberal and conservative news
papers commend the plain speaking.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative BromoQuInlne Tab
lets all druggist rerund the money
if itfails to cure. 25c. The genuine
lias L. B Q. on cacli tablet.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
rT.film I nvnditn llfntttn ilntnlnn rTnba
i. a V, .r .: ... ' r. r';"5i. i."...' i
1UL3. All UlUUKI!li IU1UIIU IUU lllUIIUjr
II ltiaus to cure. zoc. xue genuine
has L. B.Q.on each tablet.
Mns Wit. tat a I'mnii nnrt nrif.in
studio over First National bank. 5-tf
Oohhett Ahd Fltzsitumons may
meet again but in the meantime the
populai 5-cpnfc cigar called "Our
Champion" and madq by A. Huckens
teln continues to effectively knock
out all would-be-competitive nlckle
The Fairest Wcman In town as
well as her associates appreciate the
high grade of groceries always on sale
at Branson & Co.'s. When ordering an
article uhe knows she will recelye the
very best to be had.
Gents:, I was dtcadfully nervou'and for
for relief took your Karl's Clover Root Tea.
It quieted my nerves and strengthene rav
whole Nervous System. I was troubled with
Constipation, Kidney and Bowel trouble.
Your Te. soon cleansed my system so thor
oughly that I rapidly regained health and
strength Mrs. S. A. Sweet. Hartford, Conn
Sold bv D. J. fry.
What Dr. A. E. Slater Says.
Buffalo, N. Y. Gems: .From my per
sonal knowledge, gained in observing tbeer
ect of your Shiloh's Cure in cases of advanced
Consumption, 1 am prepared to say it is the
most remarkable Remedy that has ever been
brought to my attention. It has certainly
saved many from Consumption. Sold by D,
New York, Jan. 19. Application
has been made in the supreme court
by counsel for Nellie It, Goodwin,
A'ife of Nat C. Goodwin, the actor, to
confirm the report of ex-Judge Dono
hue, referee, recommending that an
absolute divorce be granted Mrs.
Goodwin. This suit was begun some
weeks ago, but the face was not pub
licly announced until yesterday.
Judge Pryor has reserved his decision.
TO CURE NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA-
To Gain Flesh, to Sleep Well, to Know
What Appetite and Good Digestion
Mean, Make a Test of Stuart's
Interesting Experience of an Indianopolis
No trouble Is more common or more
misunderstood than nervous dyspep
sia . People having It think that their
nerves are to blame and are surprised
that they are not cured by nerve med
icine and spring remedies; tho real
seat of the mischief is last sight or;
the stomach is the orgin to be looked
Nervous dyspeptics orten do not
have any pain whatever in the
stomach, nor perhaps any or the
usual symptoms of stomach weakness.
Nervous dyspepsia snows ltseir not in
the stomach so much as In nearly
every other organ; in ?omo cases the
heart palpitates and is irregular; In
others the bowels are constipated,
witli headaches; still others are
troubled with loss or flesh and ap
petite, with accumulation of gas,
sour risings and heartburn.
Mr. A. W. Sharper or No. 6 Pros
pect St., Indianapolis, Ind,, writes as
followcs. "A motive of pure grati
tude prompts me to write these few
lines regarding the new and valuable
medicine, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
1 have been a sufferer rrom nervous
dyipepsia ror the last four years; have
used various patent medicines and
other remedies without any favorable
result. They sometimes gave tem
porary roller until the effects or the
medicine wore off. I attributed this
to my sedentary habits, being a book
keeper with physical exercise, but I
am glad to state that tho tablets
have overcome all these obstacles, ror
I have gained In flesh, sleep better
and am better in every way. The
above is written not ror notoriety,
but Is based on actual fact."
A. W. Sharper,
01 Prospect St., Indianapolis, Ind.
It Is sare to say that Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets will cure any stomach
weakness or disease, except cancer of
the stomach. They cure sour6toraach,
gas, loss or flesh and appetite, sleep
lessness, palpitation, heartburn, con
stipation and headache.
Send ror valuable little book on
stomach diseases by addressing
Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich.
All druggists sell full sized packages
at CO cents.
Brace It up
P CEtEBRATED 0
Williams, Ariz., Jan. 19. An ac
cident, occured at the Falrview tunnel
nine tulles west of here, in which one
man was killed nnd one fatally In
jured. A number of others had an
almost miraculous escape
Sparks from the engine of a pas
senger train Ignited the timbers in
the roof of the tunnel. A gang or
men was quickly dispatched rrom tills
city under Foremen Matthews and
Parker. The men fought the tlamcs
all last night.
When the ilamcs were all but nut,
the men were alarmed by a loud crash.
In another moment a solid mass of
rock and burning timbers came falling
down. Uoadmaster Lyons anJ Fore
man Matthews were caught under
the mass of rocks and timbers. They
were soon taken out, but Lyon died In
a few minutes, and it is not believed
Matthews will live until morning.
Nd through trains will be able to
pass through the tunnel tor several
days, ns It Is a sheet or lire rrom end
to end. Passengers arc being trans
rerrcd around the mountain through
San Francisco, Jan. 19. Boxing
is to be revived in San Francisco dur
ing February. The board or supervis
ors has granted tho Empire Club to
permit Tor a boxing show some time
during next month. Applications
rrom several other clubs for permit"
were before the board, but all were
The Empire Club will bring off a
20-round go between Joe Choynski
Tut Ryan, tho Australian. The pre
liminary bou. will be between Tom
Lansing and Henry Baker.
The manager- of the clubs which
have been left out in the cold are
somewhat at a loss to understand why
their applications should have been
rejected and the.Emplre Club favored
The Occidental Club made applica
tion for a 20-round contest between
Peter Jackson and Peter Maher, but
Better Than Klondike Gold.
Is health and strength gained by tak
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great
blood purl Her. It fortifies the whole
system and gives you 3uch strength
that nervous troubles cease, and work
which seemed wearing and laborious,
becomes easy and is cheerfully per
formed. It has done this for others,
it will for you.
Hood's pills are the best family
cathartic and llycr tonic. Gentle, re
: GROCERIES :
Palnta, Oils Window Glass'' Var
nish, and tbe most complete stock
of Brushes of all kinds in tho stato
Artists materials, lime; hair; ce
ment and shingles; and the finest
quality of gross Beed.
New today advertisements lour llne3
or less in this column inserted three
times for 25 cts., 50 eta. a week, $1
per month. All over four lines ot
COW FOR LALE.Yonr choice of sev
eral good fresh milch cows. Call on or ad
dress Mrs. Mary Kissling, Willard, P.O.
WORK WANTED. Any honorahle
work wanted. Wages no object, Address
B" Journal Office. ' l-l8-3t t
PRUNING. Fruit and ornamental ttees,
shrubbery and hedges. First eluS work.
Send postal orcall at residence on Thir
teenth street,ncrth of Marion. I. D. Het
tic. 1-28 I m
FOR SALE. -Incubator ot 300 egg
capacity. In fust-class order. N, Sttikei,
State Reform School, Tnrner, P. O.
WANTED A good second hand crgan,
at once, must be in first-class condition.
Address A. B. C. care of Journal. 1-1731$
FOR SALE At a bargain choice turned
office'railing and counter. Apply at Journal
office. '-" tf
FOR SALE. Two 60 gallon oil tanks.
Enquire at Harriett & Lawrence's store,
Salem, Or 12-2' tl
FOR RENT. A good double room for ono
or two gentlemen, 'n business part cfiity.
Kent low, Inquire at 197 Commercial
street. 2-'S tl
The Famoiis Bears
THE CALIFORNIA BEAKS OF LOS
ANUELES..CAL , spent some time in look
ing over San Francisco with a view of pur
chasing an outfit for Alaska. They then
came to Seattle and gave a liberal amount of
time to inspecting the goods of the different
outfitters in Seattle after careful considera
tion they concluded that for absolutely relia.
b!e goods at reasonab'e figures there waj
nothing superior or equal to the Seattle
Woolen Manufacturing Company, and would
recommend all their friends going into that
country to give this firm a call before pur
Signed H. M. Marp!e, Harrp Spencer, O.
U. Duryea, Paul Ty.on, Ernest White,
No better endorsement is required and a
visit from PROSPECTIVE KLONDIKERS
will strengthen the above statement.
THE SEATTLE WOOLE MANUFAC
TUKING COMPANY are Pioneer manufac
urers and know the wants of Alaska mineri.
They hive the only Woolen Milland Clothing
Factory in the City. They make their own
goods into KLON1MXE CLOTHING for
men an'' women to order without extra e.
pense '.opurchaer. Their facto'y is running
day and night and all orders are fill d
Seattle Woolen Mfg.. 0
"Hi me Manufacturers."
Salesrooms, 1 1 19 First Avenue and Cor.
Vesler Way & Occidental Av.
Write for Outfitting Lists.
i-l4-wm$ p j
Both tho method and results when
Svruii of Fics is taken: it is nleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acts
l a. a l i. rr.i
uuuiiy yuy, jirumimy on inc ltiuiicys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and euros habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
oniy remedy ot its Kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho taste and ac
ceptable to tho stomach, nroinnt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
citccts, prepared only irom tho most
healthyand agrccablo substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and havo made it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in CO
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
UOUISVIUE, icr. tEW YORK, NX'
100 Court st.
Coffee Bargain j i i i
A Superb Golden Blend Roast
Coffee, lino cud quality only
10c; a Pound, www
The best for the money oyer
JOHNSON Be. BUTCHART
GREAT HEATERS !
q3.50to $6 50.X
Only full line of this home
Stovos setJup and;repaired "promptly,
STEINER & BLOSSER,
Tinners aid Stovedealera, Instate st'
I Da you understand the advantage of taking
the Inter-State University Courte of Musical
If not, investigate it at once. It is operat
ing in twenty 'five stales now, and as the
representative for the state of Oregon I am
prepared to make ycu a special discount for
the first SIX MONTHS of 1898.
Call at Studio over First National Bank and
got special termi.
ETTA ANDEK3 WILLMAN.
I, B, Thomas Tuthill,
and Assaj er.
Oaics with 3nlem QnaJLight Corner
No 4 Chemoketa street P. O.Box X,
Salem, Oregon Prompt return of ore
ampins. General analytical work.
Made to Look Like New
At Salem St'eam Dyeing and Cleaning
Works, No, 195 Commercial street.
Orders by stage, mail cr express, will
receive) prompt attention.
Waldemar Nelson, Prop,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Til fo- 0 ,
I All druggists Bell Dr. Mile' Ncrvo Plaatom.
Dr. Mlloa'Nerve I'lsstera zsc. at auaruggisu.
HOTELS AND BOARDING.
M. FENNELL, Prop
Only First Class House in the City. Rates
te.-sonable. Sample rooms in connection
Cart to al trains and public buildings pass
the door. Corne Slate and High streets.
GERMAN LUNCH COUNTER
Hot meals served Jiom 8 a. m. to midnight.
With Bach & Nadstanech 226 Commercial
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
W, J. HUFFMAN,
Corner Ferry and Mbertyjttreets
Newest rigs and best horses
v. always in readinerj,
Pt7" Coast or mountain parties - specialty.
7 14 t'
O R, THOMAS.
Proprietor of -THE ;CLTJB"j
i Feed Stables,
Corner of Liberty at.d Ferry streets.
Best sincle and double Kcs in the city.
Telephone No. 24. " 18 tf
MEATS AND POULTRY.
State street, near railroad. Freshest and
best meats. My patrons say I keep the best
meats in town. 2 at
Dealers in all kinds or fresh salt and smoked
metis. Lard in bulk', 9c a lb. Cheapest market
In tovrn. We make it a Specialty to keep all
kind of Sausage on hand. Try us.
Btown & Son, of the East Salem meat mar
ket, have enlarged and refitted their shop and
will be pleased to see all ol their old patrons
and the rett of the community. Orders taken
and delivered. Parents sending children
may depend on having their orders con
scientiously filled. "Mil
Exclusive valley house for McCormick
Binders and Mowers, Dufirilo Pitts Engines
and Thrashers, Spike, Disk, and Spring
Tooth Harrows, Jihn Deere Steel and
Chilled Plows. Kepairs lor til Jthe forego
ing. tGTOIllcclnClty Hall..
Irrigation Hours 0 to H u. in and n
toO In the eyenltitf.
All Irrigation bills for tho Buii.mer
will be duo and payable tho 1st of
Street sprinkling tlnnuKlilawn hoee
No deduction ror Initiation during
absence unless water ie cut oil the
1 No allowance made for part c; sea
son as more water Is needed to bring
out a neglected lawn than Judicious
use ror the entire season.
I Salem Water Co,
Um lHff 4J for uunKlarH.
j Irritation ur ulciiii4p
of in 11 co u membritv .
I'niiiltiM. ml uul utL.
ItHttMlJCHWCHlV). Kut or iwliououi.
noiu ut uraniiiii
"ur wnt lu f!lu wrapper,
1.(0, or 3 bottiei, V.,1.
Jruuu mut ou rnjuw.
ihwir am w limn-.
1 tpk v. b. 1, rMr
o. M. niAOPCi
' Soccesser to Dr. J. M.' Keene, old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superio
operations at moderate fees in any branch are
in especial request.
FRANK W DURBIN
FEED OF ALL KINDS.
D 224 Commercial street. Bet quality an.,
no middle man's profits.
BREWSTER & WHITE,
, Dealers in.
Shorts, chop, flour, mill feed, etc.
91 Court st., Salem, Or
" Honest John
Cures SO. Pet Cent.
A new truss on a new
principle. No back
pressure: Dr. Stone's
Drug Store, agent fir
d&wl2 2 3m
In large' and small quantities, at a great
bargain. Inquire of Hofer Bros., care"
inurnaL Salem. Or. d&wtf
O. H. LANB,
211 Commercial Bt,
EifSuita $15 and upwards,
Pants $3 and upwards.
T- H HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
MakesaspMalty of fine repair work, Seth
Thomas cloclu. etc.. 21S Commercial Street
JAS. RADER. IELMER WHITE.
Express and Transfer
Meets all mail and passenger trains. Bag
gage and express to all parts of the city
Prompt service. Telephone No. 70.
''AT THE OLD POSTOFFIGE.
Family Wine and Liquor Storo
R& loved from 102 State to 109 Commercia
stre.t. Bottled goods of the best quality.
Wallace Warehouse !
Storage at reasonable rates. Apply to
1 8 6t SALEM WATER CO.
SPRAY YOUR TREES;
vr is the time to have your little family
or arl put in good shape and made prof
against insects. San Jose scale, woolly aphis
and fungus removed, and trees made healthy
by scientific methods. Advice free. Apply
to Richards & Slipey, 201 High street,
Heavy and light trucking In covered truck,
carefully done. Coal and dry wood lawed
all lengths promptly dleivere , A trial
D. S. BEN EY:& Co.,
Successors to. Salem Imp'TLo., Front and
Chemeketa street, t. C
have opened up business in the line of tin
ning, plumbing, sheet steel and galvanized
irun wf rks. Job work of all kinds in that
line mide a specialty. Would be pleased
to have a portion of your trade, Estimites on
all class 0) work furnished. Shops en Court
street in alley between High and Liberty, in
the rear of liasey's Feed stables, on Beck
ner's home property. 1230
Salem Steam Laundry
" Please notice the cut in prices
Skirts, plain , iocenti
Unoer drawers ,,,., , ,,.5 to loecrti
Under shirts,.,., 5 to loccr'j
Socks, per Pair , 3 cents
Handkerchiofs 1 cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 ctnti
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen
and othet work in proportion.
Flannels u d other work in
telligently cashed by hand
Col T, Olmsted Prop