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New Dress Fabrics
New Wash Goods
New Silk Patterns
' : V New Gloves
New Silk Skirts
New Wash Skirls
New Spring Wraps
Two Weeks To Easter
The slight cough may
soon become dccp-tcatcd and
hard to cure. Do not let it
settle on the lungs.
Think! Has there been
comumption in your family?
Scott's Emulsion is Cod
liver oil with hypophos
plutci. These arc the best
remedies for a cough.
Scott's Kmulsion has saved
thousands who, neglecting
the cough, would have drift
ed on until past hope. It
warms, soothes, strengthens
tec. aod ti ou, ) drunUH.
SCOTI A jHjWNt, th.mt.1. Nw York.
Bay One of Those Swell Silk
Today. As usual, tlio lowest and
Just added to our already complete
lino also a slilptncnt of
Priestley's Black Goods
In tlio new llgurcs.
Do you know how muali bottor your
waist fits over
Dr. Warner's Corset 1
It not, call at our store In the next
day or no and rcc exhibit In corner
window. Wenrc constantly adding
new models. One of thorn may Juat
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
We tiro now showing tlio
LiCM gold III UIOUtlt.lllgK, fit Hi
stronger tlmi) even Romcinbcr
we tiro tlio opeotnolo and eye
20 Years' Experience
Yoyu Eyhh.Tkhtku Fiikh.
tlraduato OjithnlnmtogUt, Ocu
list. I'roHcrlptlon a specialty.
C H. "HINGES
200 COMMERCIAL HTRIiET.
Friday was n
bright but cool,
perfect spring day
Forecast lor Hundny
PERSONAL AND LOCAL,
Miss Daisy Illlln, of Hpokano, Is a
guest of Miss Wlnnlo MeCurty nt lior
homo, corner Eighteenth ami Mill
Mrs. S. E. Day and little daughter
Jeaano went to Onrvallls today,
called by a telegram Hint Mm, II. J.
Keller, a married daughter, had bcun
narlotuly Injured by fulling down
Word has Just been received from
Mr. Holverou, tlio Hiiloin uierclinnt
who It with Mrs. Holverson ut Rattle
Croolr, Mich,, to the ulfect that tlio
latter In now fully out of danger. Mr.
Uulverson will return loHuloin about
April I, but does not expect Mrs. II.
to return until a llttln inter In tlio
The Invitations arc out for n monk
party to be given by the Hoyal Neigh
bor next Thursday cvoulng.
Max Ilcndlx plays In Portland to
night, nnd In Hulcm Monday night.
Head tlio report or the concort In the
J. II. Early returned today from at
tending tlio wnol'growor's convention
ut Pendleton, nnd looking nflcr sumo
livestock IntcroslH ut Oakly, Idiido.
On the hiiiiio truln Mm. Early and
children loft for tlio budsldu of her
mother, Mrs. h, J., at Albany.
Itov, F. W. Parker, pastor ol tho
Albany Congrugutlonitl church, hntt
tweii spundlng tho wouk with ills fam
ily In Smith Suloin. Ho find to vivo
up his church nt Pendleton on ac
count of his wlto'd health, and movo
to Western Oregon. Ilo hopes soon
to bo ublu to movo his family to Al
bnny, whom ho likes his work and Is
very much liked for his plain ovnryduy
Henry Ankcnoy loft today for IiIh
homo at Jacksonville, nour whoru lio
owns thnbtorllntr mine, one of the
Kroaluit gold producors of Southern
Oregon, Mr. Aukeiiy Is u muuiuur of
tho Republican Htuta committee, and
was Oov.Gror's Urstcholeo for a mem
ber of tho stato fair board. Ho would
huvo made u splendid man for the
plnce.biit It comes at the time of your
wnen he Is too busy to nttend to the
Dr. Wlthyoombo, lao state veterin
arian, but at present vloo dlructur or
the CorrulllB experiment station, was
In tho city today. Ho suys tliu work
on the building U progressing llindv
The now blucksmlth shop has twuutv
forues and Is a moil Interim Mug pa00 1
iu visit. rreniuenbuutciiconlliititM to
elicit commendation for his good miiii
HKcmoutor that institution.
Come and yell for tho Greens at the
baM game tonight.
DATES OP LOCAL EVENTS,
Rondlx Co., Monday March 20.
Godow8ky,plurjlst,Tuosaay April It.
Stclndel Co., Friday May 20,
City bond elocllon, Thursday,
al the bat to-
EARLY CLOSINO MOVEMENT.
What Is being Uone and Said Concern
ing the Mattsr.
Although no consummation has been
reiichod, In the matter of early clos
ing, It U mill believed that tho de
sired object will bo reached. Tlio
Sunday closing subject has been
drawn Into It, and l. Is believed Justly
by most or tho business men. This
feature was HiiggoHted by a Hobrcw
merchant, who says ho has udnptcd
the Christian Sabbath In deference to
cuctniii, but often llnds hlmsolf com
pulled to make Chrlstuum rccmnilro
the llrst day of the week ngalriBt fiolr
This gontlom.tn wants his clerks to
huvo one wholn day free, and enjoys It
himself, no lie thinks that whllo the
closing subject Is up It should bo
It Is charged that tho manager of
thoStelnbuch branch clothing house
tunkettii regular pruntlao of koaplng
open on Sunday forenoons nnd cater
ing for Sunday trade, whllo u row
other merchant huvo only oponad
their doors In rare Instances to ac
cnmiiiudute personal friends. It Is
tlio contemns of opinion among Salem
hiislnow men that to mnko the closing
movement fair and ust all around It
should Include Sundays as well as
cvuningH. If the oarly closing move-
muut fails It will be because of this
norsistenl attempt to do business on
Sundny. Tliero Is a city ord I milieu
and a statu law against doing any
thing but ueeossary busluoss on Sun
day, but tho Salem moieliiinw do not
like lo rowirt to tho necessity or en
forcing It. It Is to bo hoped that
those who really want to ohno their
stores at an curly hour may got to
gether and accomplish wliatovur may
prove for the general good,
n. r. l'arkiiumt Co. received to
day n cor load of tho justly celebrated
Htudobakcr Carriage, lliuglus and
I loyal wagons, which makwt tholr
xtooktho liriHwtttud most oniiutlttto
look or spring work over In tho city.
They have another our or IStudolwW
goods on tho wuy.
A Little Mfritogerla,
Chnsteen Hughes, the P. O candy
mini, has on exhibition at his place a
lino hpeolmon or a (Jolirornln black
iMMtr, as nutural.as lire. Ilo alo lias
a Cull torn In twit under coyor which
oxellos condderablu curiosity, ospocl
ally among tho young pooplu,
The Wueiibuni Charter.
There will be a motion II Ud Monday
by Messrs. Holmud and MoNary font
ruhoorlug In the above onse: In the
ovontthal It Is not granted, a notice
of appeal lo the supremo court will bo
Are wUlioa wttt fttr (ht iitw liW
WUn HHt Ut )o . WllT
Jtm ivflfl !! Hum )t f UIh
ir tHis in Klvnu Nr tllk lu ll
r, CbnM ToitMs N Oimq, K.w
Wi- lotU ito. Mm Ix-ABtlfNl
MiftmMit r lrudt IllKrk "Vltur
Muiwhw" ami Uwf 4r In all lt,ebw
liiulj Jo nut siIm wIhh tUmi, PriM .
New Art Denims
Wo JiT a lf aMUituiMit ( IU Ifcwa hi
iw tAun an I UtM-Jutt ike ItitHji rW
CWitotw, Ourttu, (.
See our now belt buckles.
Men's and ooys sweater.
Your fw l-ciw dib J'jlt,
Willis Bros. & Co
iJJr?, J)oor South or the l'otoruce,
A Sunday Dinner,
lee oruum wrvod wlUt a grand
chicken dinner at Stio's rwtWtumHt
Hc)!iwnVr the Sabkith.
atroog's rHUiurunt wliiUv agon)
supply or their riimtJiiK lae ciohh) at
retail and lu bulk.
Tho oomuilitiM tu nrrungx fur thr
outcrtotliiiiteia ou Wwlnwduy vh
lug, Mural) 'Ju. mport una they will
pronut one of the HhmI uroitraiua
Khun by any nnlor during this mumiii.
into have Mwurl th tirniM ur
HuprmueOiMra. W. Qraiiuu. whu
wlllglvD u short Ullc uo tim order.
Tho luuilo, liutrumtnul uuit votul,
and nlw the rooltuUmn. will Im at iw
of Ui MMt oflcr. Tlia Im crtAw td
aake will boeool, rlnh aw) Miov,ib-
SvH) that you obUtn hh litvitnUun it
you ur luttrMt4Ml In this grnJ .,i j
ltxxxilve Hog Killing.
K Sly. who wo iirrvstad on a charge
of otiirylug conecalwl won poun, plead
guilty Iwforu Jitieo .InhiiMin this
morning, and was lined 10 ami cost,
umlUr may be oorrltHl furllior.
This proMoutluu uroo
shooting John llityua's
Th Utistun Emporium Is uowopoii
him) rtily tor busln our kimkIs ttrti
of tjuod utmllty and prion luw. CmII
Utoair Caie Uatween t'oitUiul ami Albany,
OMwforUbla iidulHUfr,l revolving
elm In, ubimrvnUoH onU, nttraetira
aHMiklnii! rwHiis, Hrt rln In wy
wrtlcultir.Kcanu lorthtiMl tutinlem,
AOeeiiU IWtland to Aluauy. Car on
riMtr nd of train. 'niHiMrs will tw
run tttmuihool tin mmIoii or th
Ttwra will uch fnat gHitM of bull U
ultftitat 11m Y. M.C. A,
WORDS OF REV. HERRON.
Editorial of A. D. Hale in the Albany
One by one the brave men and fcclf-
sacrlticlng women wlnloyc Humanity,
and have caught the spirit ol the song
which we sing In our Sunday schoolp,
"Dure t Daro 1 1 Darn 1 1 1 to do right
Dare t Dare 1 1 l)ro 1 1 1 to 1x3 truo.
have gone down before tho relentless
sickle -of plutocracy; some of them
with their spirit crushed, never again
to rise, and others only to rise aod
shine In greater nplcudor In other
America boasts of lior free schools;
and thofttars acd stripe? (the emblem
of liberty) proudly lloalH from the
Ilag-staff on nearly every Institution
of loarulng lu our land; but nlas! It
now seems that wc must fight our
battles all over, or lose all the liber
ties gained by the struggles or our
Millions have been amassed, and
aggregated Into tho hands or a few
uieu, nearly every dollar of which has
bcun unmercifully wrung from the
tollers; and under the pretense or
or philanthropy a few of these mil
lions hayo been given to found col
logos, or endow chairs In those already
founded, Hut In nearly every In
stance a "thus fur and no farther
shalt thou go'1 policy (so far as poli
tical, social or religious liberty goes)
has been adopted by the would-be
philanthropist, as rules governing
the professors and teachers.
Pros. Andrews dared tocxpresi his
honest opinions on the llnanclul ques
tion, and was promptly told by King
Rockefeller that ho must close his
mouth or resign his position. Prof.
Hem Is shared the same futc. Rev.
Myron W. Iteed dared to speak tho
truth us he caw It, to his wealthy
Denver congregation, and that set
tled his pastorato over that church;
and scores of other professors and
preachers or note, and hundreds or
lesser lights, lime bhared the same
The greatest thorn In the Hide of
plutocracy of late has been Prof. Geo,
D. Horron, who occupies tho chair of
Applied Christianity In Iowa Col
lege, at flrlnuell, Iowa. Pror. Herron
has leoti lecturing and preaching.
"Christianity as Christ taught It,"
and daring to say to Shyleck: "Woe
unto ye scribes and pharlseos, hypo
crites," and tho money power has
tried lu vain to closo his mouth by
threatening him with expulsion rroui
his chair, but Prof. Horron has boon
bravo, fearless and unlllnchlng.
Wlule he may loso his chair, he Is
endearing his mime to the tollers ot
tho world, and surely "laying up Tor
himself treasures In Heaven."
llelow uro Pr.if. Herron's own words
as given in answer to a letter rrom
tho editor or "The Social Gospel" and
printed In that paper. Wo say long
live and God bless Pror. Horron.
Ed I tor Social Gespel:
You ak me to say a word about tho
lowu Colloge controversy, Person
ally, I am not Interested In this strug
gle 1 have no porsoual Interest In
what happens U mo. I am utterly
Indllferont as to wliollicr 1 sta,y In col
lege nr nut. In sumo wavs I should
bo freor to do my public work ir 1
wore not In tho collygu. Hut tho prln
clple Involved Is so tretnondous, that
I shall light the buttle to the llnlsh. 1
make uoseir-dofonso Hut I shall de
fend tho liberty of tho truth to bo
stiokonand hoard. This Is the only
Important college in-Aniorlen that has
not boon pissed under thesliraotor In
direct control and Intliiili1.itli.ri ,,r
of money. If this .colleges passes un
der tho yoke, then tho last clUidol nr
iruo tenoning is gone. For my broth
wnXsake I will not submit to this bald
and brutal forco or umnuy-nnt for a
moment. I will not roskn. ir i m
tho trustees must put mo out, and tho
people will know why Iflmuotdlo
Institutionally. 1 will die with my
buck to the wall, standing for no free
dom id the truth to tho last breath, I
win not niter nor rotnot ono word at
tin bidding or sheer financial might.
Hot ween tula materialism, that holds
th world lu tyranny nnd darkness,
and spiritual liberty, there Is war to
iiieilMtli, I will oxhaut my lire In
doing what 1 onn toarous the pople
todostruy Urn spirit or matonallMii
am! amnuolpnto their souls and bodies'
Thr will tw no true IwUeeu us
TliHUHtthi Is on. and lam as serene
M i'iiji)- at a cm hi on K., umther's
hrtwtt. I am not alornj, for God and
tl iwopluaru wim m, and that l.
mi Um word I optk js the word or
uwir iitKrty. Ghokok D. Mhkkon
GrltiHttll, la., Fvb. 18, l&W.
r. o. o. t.
Colon Lodge lias prepared a good
program for the celebration of the
birthday of General Neal Dow. A
brave and a "Sound Old Hero'1 who
gave the greater part or his long life
of ninety three years for thcantl slav
ery and the tomperence cause.
Itev, Mr. ShupD will dellvor the ad
dress. Also good music and recita
tions. Everybody Invited. Hull
third lloor Turner Hlock, con cr of
Ferry and Com. Monday evening 7:.'10.
Mrs. A, C. Jennings Dead,
The Eugene Guard brings news of
the death at the home In Eugene,
Tliurcday evening, Jlarch 15, 1809, at
0:15 o'clock, Rhoda J., beloved wife or
A, C. Jennings, after r.n illness or
about six weeks.
She was tho mother or l.'l children
the eleven youngest surviving her,and
all reside In Lane county.
She wn a pure Christian woman
and was beloved by nil who knew her.
The family has the sympathy of the
community In their great loss.
The funeral services will be held
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Of Dry Goods and Clothing Now On.
I 444H I
fit Friedman's it Racket l
Council Meets and Calls for a City Elec
tion, A Woodburn special says
To n mujorliy of Woodburn's peo
ple, the news from Salem that Judge
Holsc had sustained all polots In the
Woodburn charter cuso favurable to
the city and the dissolution of tho in
junction met with demonstrations or
Joyful approyal At 8 o'clock this
evening guns were tired und tireworks
set off. The city council met und made
urrungemonts for tho spoclul election
on tMo Icon so question to bo held on
Tuesday, March 26 It also ordered
notlcos tor the regular annual elec
tion, to be held on the llrst Monday In
April, undor tho now churler, to be
posted. The following olllcers will be
Mayor." recorder, four councllmen,
trousurer and marshal. The Import
ant feature or thu uiectl'ig was tho
decision or the council tout once In
stltuo suit for dummagos against II.
a, uaiuiy. .m. I), plaintiff to the'
late Inluucllon suit, and his bonds
iiiun, Charles Scott and Perry L. Ken-
any, to reimburse the city ror.tho ex
penditures made lu durcno nr the
city under tlio new charter. Carson S
Hlughum, of Salem, are returned by
tho city In this cuso.
The price reduced on every article in the store
Sec those ladies skirts at one-third reduction,
The immense bargains in kid gloves,
The largest assortment of embroideries and laces in the city,
Fine lines of linen towels at 33 l'Z per cent, reduction,
Our table cloth is the talk of the town-vMhat 50c, goods going now for (25c, a
yard, just a lew patterns left,
Dress Goods are going fast, call and see them before you arc too late,
Skirt linings at 3 3-4c, a yard) waist linings at Pc. a yardj good grade calicoes,
3 3-4c, a yard,
Now is the time to get your supplies,
New Soring Goods Arriving Now.
JUST RECEIVED 500 BOYS SUITS THAT WILL BE INCLUDED IN THIS SALE.
COME AND GET YOUR PICK AT SACRIFICE PRICES.
Do Not Forget Out Mens's suits.
512.00 Suits jfoinir now for 58.75; 59 Suits iroinir now for Sf.7v a qn Snifc
now for $4.00. Prices reduced on every article in the store. Fine line of Hoserv
Underwear, Corsetts, Blankets, Hats, Trunks and Valises,
Umbrellas and Atackintoshes, at
A New itaoc
0 ttt Ut ItaUHt UUHHM-Ium for ,1n..
KHl8. iMtlnfciid furnishing Kwi
:sw Uouh uwl now wwd!,,
Real Estate Transfers
(Jeo. A. Dullott to I It. Duriatt.
:A0 acres In 1 5, e r .'I wost $1.
Clias. Scott, assignee of tlio Oregon
Laud Co.,to Jesse Xcwby, lot 7,Sunnv
side Fruit farm.
Hugh II. Thompson to .1. 1. Thoinp.
sou part of lot 7, block 33, Salem.
Chits. Thompson to W. J. Itoyse,
parcel or laud In t 0 s r 4 oast, t2t0,
Clias. Thompson to W. J. Koyse
oast I or lot 9 and east J or lot 10,
uiock v town or .Niagara, 812i.
W. J. Hoyse to O'Neill Hros. and
Callaghau, lot 1 and east 1 or lot u,
and east or lot 10, block , town or
Nlgam, and parcel or land In t 0, s r 4
II. S. and Nancy S. Hollo to tho
First Nutlonal Hunk or Salem, several
parcels of Und Int7sr2wesi. 27a
Cumberland Prosbtrlaii church to
Loretta K Savuge, part or lot 3, blk
36, Klilemr tl
Onu mortgage for WOO was tlted.
W. I Hoothby und wire to Vera
McCourt, the n e i or block 02, City or
John II. Hrooks and wire to P. M
Hr.Kiks lots II nnd 12, block 3, Pious
ant UoiiioudJlitou U) Salem, ami lots i
8 und 0 In Hrooks addition to Noith
Cor, Commercial and State Street,
hlltt Hock Hour on drought 221) Com.
merclal street. George Neal & Co,
Bicycles rojialred and sundries sup-
piled. New hop roady to repair or
build you a wheel
Satisfaction guaranteed. Ycur pat-
EDO A It & RUMKRTS,
3 18 tf lor. Stato street.
y Highest prices paid for all kinds! '
Mr metal, bottles. ropi. Mirks, ruL's.CS1
hldos, etc i:m COL' UT STIIEET. '
JJ Give us .t call. 3 10 Im Vi
UUBENSTEIN X ADLER
! H S o v DflrirtTv''
- - !' r 0 w r
TO HOP GROWERS,
Special prlcoon hop iwine.
Heford buvlng your twine call
get our prices,
Win, Hrown & Co.,Salem,Ore., daul
ers In Hop, Wool, Mohair. Furs and
Hop Grower's Siipplliw. 3-;Noodvtw
tgtiindard I'attern tt and clit-upost.
Con.e to the Oouust game uf Iu4um
bacoball at the Y. M. a A. U Hk-Ut
Bbck mmTjrJcft Hjr
mmtf v -l &fez aVVv. I
n " t i
pW"??S? 1 nvh coojpaute.
igll,J tickets taall poInU Ksts
. ruu itiiu an iiyjcj or ijpwiHer.
- SXhUUt QliltytiX
About Lnccs and Things.
W HI doing BOOtf bU4llMHM Nt
our Lo nd BatbruMlcr)' euuntr
Uttfil). Wa liitv nn uf Hum
ii lo loilUtlliMt Torrluiti ThiiMd Licet
tttMHlt two IrwhcH wide, nt 6 cttts, be
ok tit) very cIimb iiuiutluo
ToielMMM Huteii Wto. Tbott (Ih im
lUtion iumtMMi big mlivr fur uu
itetwar, Our lUilnlOrv Hm nm
frtHw 14 cwu tip ttud llM iMtlvrns
amvtrycMc SwiM&mii ItiMMiir
WHtau plu. with xelk'ttt wigg.
The Iklttuwk u mil ut iwi lu
Ih ttmU uw in A KpWBdi.l tmtat
(HWWHK Ar !. H4iMt IM Ihli.ttv
MM, lit IMliMr nu MUgt ate uttitr
i J'h litiCWi U til tllMM Ull 4N
kwtr iHn m)mh. Wh snvrytlilin:
nv tvntwv nisiKM imivski rar n, hw
HXW itn MflUMr with UiuW dMuuHU
, isr HHyb". No ttiirtu (r jou
fas )iu Uk.
.. Ifour our M
1 rw raeular ttrina t&
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U. &J. OUINU KR tir
III.Afil.' .W uiiii1"0'
...a..v t v.,v UI.MK
1), W, Stupliaus and wir U) Y.ih K
Ferguson, lot No. 3, loss one uorr, or
Suiin)'$!do Fruit Farm n0 a, $1100
Zibti K. Ferguson ami wf u Sir.
Nancy Stephens, lot I, block 31, of Ox
ford uddltlun loSnlttiii. $300.
Uuiuborlnnit PrtbyUrlan ChuwJi to
Uroltii K. Savage, qed to html In
bkxk mt Sulem, l.
tti t i t . ' "' ""
., ." ".K l" Kw,w 't tuiiiMrkit
biuuon atMl wttnt yon to eoi 1,1)
Nt mirror tor iiuisn.N tiiej,, ,,,,,,
thocolobrotrewioWttl wu. . . "
fnmoos i tT , wSr"' "?' Mde
l.,,;'"...'""1"" l MOW lW
-. Uuvvti ur iiuiar m...i .. , ,
rtll.ll.. .-... i . "BVI"
The Spting MmmIm
Ar tiiftst, ikly to ttiM) your blood Imi
pure ujid lueklitg in tlw red eorpucle
"""' hmiv it mi enrry mNirisHHtnt
U thonorvesuKdair oruum. There
fore you fool vtonk, tired hih) Hitler
and are troubled with kurmir Iiuojum
imr s kivh by ll.f, Srsnar
Ha wh.ttli pMrfRfti, onricirtto and v tal
iws thu bJoml.
HhchJN PllteourebllloMSHtes, Mailed
for cents by C I. Hood S (..
i.uwou, .Mass. 3130t
S. C, STONE, M. D.
Stone's Drue: Stores
TItofw(to In HHwUr) uw UMatwl at
S. ! M OmumnUI HNM, awl r
wU ttVwl with a eWaW Ium WdniiM a4
RMiitelWM. MM wMlcl. Hkrfuwury, Umm
.. tt., He.
UMbMt immIIxmii mftHmm U tte par.
NMtflfrftlMlMUMi m Win w iM.It ttt
Tickets of Admission $1,00,
Box sheet at Dearborn's.
Tlio Best is tlio Ctaest
thlogs yu fc.
run llk-H a dtn.lt
0Ou awl , !,.;
W ire always
wi osiMKnufc iritRvrl
C T Co's
UCAVK8 tOR fOTUND
MMy. V eUUr J VtUty at m.
QUICK TIMK AND OHEAf IUTW.
UooV Kttwvta. Buto aaJ CVK tiw.
M. P. UAUDWlN, At
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RUSSELL & CO.'S ENGINES AND THRESHFRS
M'CORMICK BINDERS AND MOWERS
Ilulne Wagons, Racine und Columbus Siirr,a n ,
.D-.sKirsri' n-w. ntuimNn .
.P K.pt la Stock for all above mem o,7,7 1 TSi,
No's m and 257
TTtAMttn... 3 m -
C iwr p-.a t ""' ood, Hold by the
. .... uniiiuipiement H:
the Kum.1i Wlna 8tat.ker
Away With Weeds
Island Garden Sand
fry S..W. F.r" WSum'AlSSSi"'
1'. Br n.KY A t O
u. w.v,,. , k,,, , ,,, ,;utl
11 I ,' dlrrtt.
- Assay Office
No. 71 Chemeketa st,
I. r. TUTHILL Auayer,
ft, 99tlu the market at
Wat bttrftHt.formerly kept by Drown
ft m. aontiHue serve the best of
uart nnd Liberty streets a is 3t
At Sonnemann's Grocery
STAR Summer sausage,
GBPMAN Salavci sausage
Also have a lot of cornfed
Call and order one for Sun
96 State street,
124 St .to Triphoal
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