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SHIRT WAISTS and
"The Trojan" Is the newest waist
Ul season. Comet In Piques and
All othor Popular Makes In stock.
Just rcccivad a full line of the best values
ever offered in Ladies Waists, which wc
place on sale at the uniform price of
Each Come early
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
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A Lecture on the Eye
Would touch throw whoso ivo
right h lcfccllvt or failing that no
ono should woar glummM tlittt
huvou't Imh'H properly und
epeolnlly llttctl to the eyes.
1 will examine your eye
sight with thoroughness mid
nklll, uml give them relief linino
iltutoly hy fitting tho uyos with
tho llmiHt Crystulino hinsits In (ho
Umt mountings, tit tho inont ron
Eyes Examined Free,
Ornilunto Bolontlflo Optlalnn.
UOfl COMMICWOIAI. MT.
ThlrU Uoor north of l. O.
Tonight and Tomorrow probitbli futr
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
T. M, Dorr returned from Cor villi U
& T. Shaffer
WHM U MMMIIKr ti)
Chits. J. Gurrull wHaan.MHrdowii
to Portland today.
Paul Klingulu drovo uvur (rani Dallas
on bunlnowi today.
John llolman, oj AllMiiy, whs a Utwi
tift visitor In town today.
M, l'tgiol, of ligrr A Poteoll. earns
down (ram Corimllta today.
Jim Goopar, tho 1ihIh)IhUiico
hauler, wan n Solum Wtor today.
II. IJrynnt wine up (miii Albany via
bti'iinuir tixlni1 (or a vWtwIth frioniW.
P. 0. AmlorKHi um n paMHtuper down
via ttoumur tu vWt (riviidt in Portland.
John Mnrpliy. o( IihUjhuhIwo, dmvo
in thlt morning (rum hW Itap ratu-h u
do busluiMyi at lliw anility wrtt.
I W. WoIIk, wlto Imn Iwon a gt oi
A. H. Strang, of tliit oily Uft for
Portland today via .tormoi 1 1 wig.
Mr. II, I. AiiUny, Mm. A. U. Ilowy
and Mra. O'Doll own down trim Itu
Bona to attend tho OhrfUM iioWtwi
Mm. Krnlt, tin gaueral agent (or tho
C. P. Bowley Co., Cliioug, jul
llehorH, ha genu tu liHlwpvwItmw to oh
Prathgr MrotliSM hrHihl down thtdr
jttgt ruft of log (or thlt toAMMi today
ixittklK a total ol 2,300,000 feet (or th
Ganful ,I.inulmrin Co.
vVsjilf " ...
' 8iuidy oxpuiluji, M ay SI . M 7 4
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Slaughter Sale of Shoes
Xllnnlng Monday inorulng wo will givo you homo low prices on ettoea
and Oxfords, Our "Slab Town" faaUnydt now running full blaut and wo aie
WtUug too many 8hoomJ Oxfurdn on hand. They uiut bo wild and If low
jrtla Hill moyo (lieui you will got thorn. Watoh our prices on them. Do uot
mfitf Melng tho poods. Nono Uittor umtlo. WoarodUtluotly from Baleui and
rpottoety lieriid hu ak for lh trade of Salem and tho nurroundiou
wstry, Trade w tt.lt people who epoud their money in Sulem,
Voursfor HOW 1'itIOES.
JTIRMT POOR BOOTH
Dimities, PcrcalcM, Piquet, Ging
hams. Edinburgh, etc.
TAILOR SUIT SALE,
Special reduction on Tailor Made Suits
and Dress Skirts,
to secure a
Joh. Kurton, of OroKou City, wait in
town today working up thu Turn Voroln
oxaiirxlon to Alhauy. Ho miyn tlioy
have nold '21 curn already. Only Houtt
will bo cold and It will ho conductl
with tho vory hoHt of onlor.
P. Hinlth who IIvc'h two miluM north of
Huli'in conio In (IiIh morning to take thu
Htcamur to Portland Im'Iiik called thlthur
hy it toloouu that IiIh hoii wiih HorIotinly
liijurctl yiwtunlay vhllo working in a
Mrc. WolU of Pnndlotou, one of tho
Itohookah dolegutori in tho KUuxt of M.
I.. Wihnot nlho MIkh Mlnnio AmlruwH
of Hprlnglltild, U vlNltiiiK MImi Lottie
.lordon at thu Wilinol homo.
P. H. Kullit returned today from
tiklnn a ntft of about twunty-llvo doaf
miito ohlldion to Portland and dolivor-
iiiK tliuiu mifoly to varioiiH hoatH and
traiiiH for their houiox.
MrH. Itobt. Miller of Oregon City, N a
UUiMt of Mrn. (ii'o. 0. 1'cttliloH, Him do
ll vorn a t?lmkiwnmro nxullng Friday at
'.' i. in. to tho Kniiuumr KnuloH at tho
MIhh It intna Martin, went up today
to join hor Hitter Mm. Julien at Me
haiiia. Tho lattnr In rapidly guliilng
ntn)iitli in that IxHUitiful inouutaiu ro
Mttti Wiulfnxl Pouuoll wiih tixlay
oalleil to the IuhIhMo of her i'oiihIii John
P. Hunt, a Mtudout at Mt. Ann"), ulio Im
Miifforliirt from an attauk o( pneumonia.
Mrn. J. K, Iluhlmnl, ouo of thodolo
Kittori, returned to IudoHiudouuo hint
ovuiiIiik. Klio wiih (lie KUMt of her (fit
ter, Mm. It. A. Mollun, on High Htrtntt.
JanuvH ItoliertH iimitn tho arriral of
hit father and mother, Mr. and Mrn.
Xvphln ItotxirtH of Canton City, Kiiuihih,
(or a vitlt.
JiiiIho It. H. Ikian wan hint uvening
ohIIimI to ItiiKomi on Culvomlty hutlneiw,
ratiiruiiiK this afternoon.
Mm. KttlloKK and daughter of Port
land Dame up to tlit ItUikah ooiivhii.
Muw ICdna Allu wont homo to Al
hauy Unlay after a fw lay vbdt Irnrw.
A. T. UllUrt and 0. A. Whale, wwit
tu Portland thin afternoon.
Itov. V. IC. Colnd nituriiwl (rom
Hide the Pomona."
Most duruulo, lightest running,
dust. tiafiMt iu all rtMiHMls. Ijuiv.i
ludejH)wUJiie buiiiloy ut 10 a. in. iw in.
uihI ?:Wlp. in. ft 17 It
Don't Qt Uarcfooied
Whou ywi can buy ohlhlrtm't School
SIhhw at 76 conu, worth tl.W. at Ik-
ton Slum Company, 80S Oummoroiul
ktrvol, near tho hmUi!IIo. 4 16 tf
IShhook Suuday vxcurvlun May SI
For Infanta aud Children.
The Kkid You Have Always Bought;
6Jguatu.ro of G&&ffl&cJ&il
And Tke Action Tord Layinz
Several Paths for Construction.
At an adjourned meeting of the Salem
Cycle association, held In the police
court room last evening Home business
o( Importance was attended to.
W. I. Htaley, A. W. Ijonu and F. A.
Wfggin, coiiHtitutiiiK the comhiittcc to
determine the route o( a. path to be con
Htructed through the city, connecting
the Aurora and Jefferson paths, filed u
reort and it was adopted. It wan
aufollewM: "Wo your committee ap
(minted to ftolcct a route (or a cycle path
through the city to connect the Aurora
patli with the Turner path, rcjKjrt asj
(oIIewh: That we recommend begin
ning on tho woat lino of Winter street
at the north line of the city, thence
running pouth to Trade street, crowing
the mill race at this injliit to the cast
side of said street, tlienco south to Mill
street, thence east on the north side of
Mill street to Twelfth street, thence
south on tho west side of Twelfth street
to Mission Htreot j thence south on west
side of Htxtcenth street to Waller street,
tlioiuv east on Waller street to tho Tur
On motion Is". J. Damon and W. I.
Staloy were nunied bh n committee to In
terview tlio property owners along the
proposed route, to securing tho right of
way to construct the path within the
curb lines. JoHcph II. Allwrt, C. Marsh,
Land W. T. Itigdun wore constituted a
committee to soliait subscriptions to aid
in the construction of the path.
A resolution was passed requesting
bicycle riders to use tho south side of
Court street between Commercial and
The next meeting of tho association
will Imj held Monday evening, June 5.-
Pomona Sunday Schedule,
Two round trips to IndojMJiidence.
Ia-iivo Halcm 10 a. in., Up. m. and (I :.'!()
p. in. Itoiind trip M cents. o 17 it
Prom Portland to Albany and Re
On Sunday May SJ8, takes place the
oxcursiou of tho Portland Kooial Turn
veroin. Leaving Portland at Ui.'iO a. m.,
and return, leaving Albany at 5 o'clock
p. m. Tickets on stile at Pattou llros.,
I look Store,
Salem passengers will take tho llrst
section, which will leave Salem (or Al
hauy about II ::t0 n, in. Tho cars will be
limited to seating capacity. No tickets
will Isj sold after May i.V. llaggago cars
for lunch baskotH and bicycle will he at
tached to every train. Itetuniing all
trains will stop at all stations anil the
first section will leave Alhauv at f p. in.
Salem's Qreat Surprise,
llostou Shoe Company. LuIIoh' lino
Kid Sliniters and ties, cents, worth
1.50. !tt)H Commercial street, near tho
IKiHtnlllco. I If) tf
The governor Iiiih pardonel John
Peterson, of Clatsop county, who was
sentenced on March o, 18H5, to llfteen
years in the Mnitentlary. Ho was sent
to prison for tho crime of maheui. The
commutation wiih grunted uxti mitest
of state senator V, W. Pulton and many
A full ixinlou was also granted to (ico.
P. Iash, thu defaulting treasurer of thu
City of Poudletou in onlur to rostore
You can mid to your enjoyment while
hero hy smoking "l.a Corona's." To
prolong tho pleasum taken Ikix homo
A. O. U. W. Champocg.
W. (I. Wilkin, tho tliild worker, who
hits been laboring hero some weeks in
tho Interest of the onlor with marked
sucoosH, took tho steainer this morning
(or Chainpoog, where ho will this evouo
inghiHtitiitoa now lodge of tlntt onlor
with a charter uiouiborNliip of nlHiut
twenty. Mo oxpoctH to got Imuk (or thu
Auiusvllle plcnleou Satunlay.
Change of Owners,
P. Coulut, reeuutly o( Junction City,
who has Ihkmi In tho city some days, has
uvgotlatod (or Ihopim'liUHoof thw miIimui
bustniMtd and tltxuriw of A. II. Dagany
and it is wild ho will take imwotwiuu In
a few days. Mr. (ioulot is a inouilHirof
thu Marlon county family of that mom
and iKttirs tho reputation of a pood citi
citiieu. While in the City.
Visit "thtCronlxo Ktudlo" (hhi the new
liliotori in colors, obtain 11 ulnlimi ilmt
will last a lifetime. 1-ooe.tlim. over Nw I
York RuakuL 18 St '
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llnt.i. IIwm I
Tln.ro will boa .p4rltMt hrw roo on .
iit Monday at Stayton, on the Shot- LOST. STOl.lSN OR STRAYKD.-Fhe-hurn
mail about It o'clock, ltwwwi a yoar-old bay inaro, black pomta, inane
StayUni huiw ami a Seio horo. About 1 tail. Half iftuiwnd brand on
tl IKK) U mil umuiu'iiv- iLa .,. .' loWor, Httht saddle marks. Will
f ,wu it (Hit tip now b tho aport of y roasonaRo rowivnl. M7 t w
Stayton and . A. m, Xnmw. Or.
Men's Bike Shoes
Splendid kuf follows, with grip
Cluipir onwi. . J4J5
rinw 11110 lOflttHi lur lOviuy iK
lltko hiwo . ..HS, 60 IW MHtd
lAiug umuK, uiko luw-o. oattoM wtru
heavy 17 and M com.
Swrtiteni . U cotit hii
GOvVl WOOl 0OJW ... WlltB
Conlunu- oapu ... 96 uoutu
Crush lmts (6 onU ui, blue grav
Straw harvest hat all pdw.
orVfug kUvim. . . iNwy uii.
Our 40 eont HiHof warltl Uwtar in
fait Wiuik uml tH uro alwav
I VW IVVsrliN. to
Of the Grand Lodge and
The Reception at Hotel Willamette was
a tfnlltant Social
Wednesday evening the oldest lodge in
Oregon, Chemeketn No. 1, which was
established on December, 1852, held its
regular meeting. Nearly nil of tho visit
ing Odd Follows were isjrsent compara
tively few having yielded to tho charm
of tho Itebekalis reception at the Will
amette. After the transaction of the regular
business of tho lodge, n general reunion
and Ix)vo Feast was indulged in. Simple
refreshments were served, mainly sand
wiches, fruits, lemonade and cigars.
Tho way tho eatables molted away was
high testimony (or their quality, and
lemonade tlowod witliout stint. It was
a royal good timo all around.
The Rcbckah Assembly.
Motnt lOo'clockand proceeded to elect
otllcers witli (ollowdig result:
Mrs. Surnh Clevengorol Grnnts Pas,
Mrs. Minnie Ilolmnu, of Salem, vice
president. Mrs. Ora Cospor of Dallas, secretary
Mrs. N. T. Gustiu of Portland, grand
Mrs. Clara lloyle, of Lebanon, treas
ure, one majority over Clara Muuson, of
Tho secrotay wus re-elected. There
was no contest except for the olllce of
The installation takes place at four
Entertainment This Evening. -The
P. (1. M.'s, P. O. P's and P. CI.
It 's Association mid Salem Lodges will
give their annual entertainment nt the
First M. It. church this evening,
commencing at 7 :!I0 sharp. A Hue pro
gram has boon arranged and tickets of
invitation issued, and it is expected
that tho capacity of the largo church
will ho taxed to the utmost. Thu pro
gram is as follows :
Voluntary, organ, by Miss Oenoviove
Prayer Past Grand Patriarch, Uev.
A. W. Teats.
Kstiidlantlna Cardinal Quartet
Genevieve Hughes, Oskie Matthews,
Kthel Hughes. Fsther Collins.
Address on behalf of the city of Salem
Mayor C. P. llishop.
Solo, "Tho Watcher" Mrs. M. It.
Response on behalf of thu grand
lodge of Oregon, J. K. Woiithorford.
Solo, "bive's Sorrow" Mrs. Halllo
Parrish-1 tinges: Miss Linuic StuUH
Aildress on behalf of the state of
Oregon Governor T. T. Geer.
Solo, "Queen of Karth" Mrs. J. W.
ItosiKiiiHo on Isjlmlf of tho Past
Grand Musters', Past Grand Repre
sentatives' and Past Grand Patriarchs'
association Pass Grand Master J, J.
"Itobin Adair" Canlinal Quartet.
Address on Odd Fellowship Past
Grand Master C, I). Doaue.
Solo Mrs. M. It. Winnnnl.
Aildress on lioluilf of Sister Juris
dictions Past Gniud .Muster W. It.
Solo, "Just as tho Sun Wont Down"
Mrs. Halllo l'arrisli-llingtm.
Tho Rcbckah Reception.
Miss Kline, of Corvallis, tho presi
dent of the assembly, was the honored
guoat of tho evening. She occupied u
position under three lieautlful link
worked In violets and roses, tho green
and pink on a purple ground. Miss.
Kline was assisted by hor mother in re
ceiving the guests, who were presented
by Mrs. Thus. Holuitin, assisted by
Mrs. John lloluiau, Mrs. J. II. l.unu
and Mm. II, G. Meyer.
Tho pink and greon prevailed every
whom. Score of the lady delegatus
wore beautiful coetuuuM Inuight for thu
occasion, and tlie entire awoniblago was
ouo of the miMt brilliant over mruu in
this city. Tho guests began to pour In
us early us 8 o'clock and hundreds went
away witlimit imrtakiug of refresh
ments. Mra. Holnuiii is one of Sulom's
most iiutimmuilng wvlety women and
hur hospitality on thisicualoii,iuun all
others, wus of tlw genuine sort that
made all the vntitoni at the gnuul hxlgo
(eel porfiH-tly at home, and they will al
ways leel ktmlly towunl their hostess
and tow an! our city.
Never in the history of the Willam
ette luitel has it looked nuire beautiful
tluiuitdkl taut night. Thelltcautitul
lovuly mimic, and the
Now on Hand
Steam in Wuk nnd yoilow fM.
Tourist, the Ut value in twn.
Monwn A WHght tiriw These
vlhKiU havvi L,en willing ut f30 und
wJHHg Ug too. Maybo tKi think
tlioy don't 1110.VO ut tills priw.
!M ami SO Inoli wheoU (or the wuiig
wnoratlon. The Pay Juvunllw:
Tho priikM are lower oh thftso than
on any otUor Juveulle lino, ami the
wiicom tin to.
Sn HHi'iWintroaka lately?
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7 COMMERCIAL ITJUWrr
throng of 800 lieoplrt that crowded lulo
the hotel, surpassed any and all events
that have over been in Stllem. Tho
dining room with tropical plants, and
natural fountain in the center, and
conservatory on the side beatifully lit up
with electric lights. With its aOO ieoplc
taking refreshments it was a picture
that probably was never excelled in
Oregon. The Willamette Hotel Ladies'
Orchestra in the large reception room,
and the Salem band in the olllce made
tho large building ring with sweet
music. Great credit is duo Mrs Hohnan
as well as the management of the hotel
(or the brilliant success of the reception,
it being the first of tiie kind ever held
in the Willamettee.
The session Thursday forenoon win
short, and the only important business
transacted was the election o(ofllcera
(or tho ensuing year. The olllcos were
lilted as follews:
Grand Master, J. K. 'outher(ord, of
Deputy Grand Master, J. II. Nelson,
Grand Warden, J. W. Welch, of As
toriu. Grand Treasurer, It. K. Miller, of
Grand Secretary, It. E. Sharon, of
'Grand Representative, T. It. Wolls, of
Those olllcers will be installed Friday
Itiglit cars left the junction of. State
mid Liberty street at '2 o'clock, loaded
to the guards with a jolly crowd of Odd
Fellows and Rebektihs, who proposed to
take tho asylum by storm and then pro
ceed to the penitentiary, consuming the
greater part of tho afternoon in looking
over the two institutions.
The Postofllce Site.
It will ho seen hy the list of bids of
fered (or a postolllc site thai tho city
offers the Willson avenue site to Cncle
Sam (or 7600.
The committee, con-isting of Alder
men Griswold, llurrows and Riggs,
which was appointed some time ago to
handle tho matter, witli power to act,
went immediately to work, witliout
blowing its trumpet to any great extent.
City Recorder Jiiduh wont to Portland,
mi behalf of the committee, and saw
Mrs. J. K. Gill, ouo of the three remain
ing heirs, and tho other two. Mrs.
Mythe, of Oakland Cul. und Mrs. Dil
lingham, of Hunger, Maine, wero com
municated witli. The arrangement
made is that these parties will quit
claim their rights in consideration of
receiving one half of tho price, if a mile
In this case tho intention of the coun
cil is to expend tho city's share of the
money, U760, in the immediate vicinity
of the postollico situ, in improving and
beautifying the avenue.
1 RALSTON JACKSON. At tho res!-
denco of tho groom s brother, S. C.
Ralston, Thirteenth street, at 8:.''0 p.
in. May 17. 1800, Miss ltuiuiu L. Jack
son to J. T. Ralston, Rev II. L. Pnitt,
After the wedding ceremony, n wed
ding supper was nerved.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralston went to Hrowiis
villo on the local today, where they will
make their home.
WILLAMETTE HOTEL JARRIVAUS
Frank Ilosnon, Row) Withuron, Kph
Lucas, Hiiltlmore; It. Holer, Journal ;
Joseph Albert, Mrs. J. Albert, G. W.
Harris, Salem; D. 11. Hull, J. if. Hrook,
II. N. Pritelnird, L, R. King, J. J.
Cluluud, Cluster Deering, Portland;
H. W. Freer. S. N. Davidson. San Fran-
cisce: J. C. Wolf, Silvertvon; J. M.
Murtlndale, Albany; J. M.'lltiiu, North
Yamhill; Fred Diiho, II. D. Hrinlioff,
Woodburu; L. It, Hum, Eugene ; C. W.
Parr, Lebanon ; C. S. IlriMiks, Ronton.
COTTAGE HOTEL ARRIVALS.
It. C. Henry, Mrs. Mary Miohans,
Miss Muggio liooue, bifovetto; J. 11.
Nelson, .McMinnville; Calvin Jacks, Jr.,
S. II. Humphreys, Hillsboro; K.
Osbtirn, Woods; John P. Johns, Port
laud; J. A. 1)h1lm. HiiblMinl: Kil.li,.
lirownolt, tinnlner ; W. T. Urigga, Can
yiiiivillo; ltd Weaver, Mvrtle Creek;
John T. Dimoy, Chomawu.
To visiting Odd Follows. H
lotogrtums at $2 a iIimoii.
orill Ground tloor Gullerv
The lloston ahoc Company.
Gouts' French CuKSImhw, )i, worth
t, 'MH Cummerciul strvvt, near tho
jHwtotllce, 4 is t(
cure bilious and nervous Ills,
sick headacho, disordered
liver and impaired digestion.
to ct and OS rent, mt all drutf tor.
flte Most Conspicuous Orna
in -our iKirlor, that sWU ohwiulhwM
pvor th. roow. w lMW lHir .
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124 BUU at
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Tlphmo SI J
F LATIt Wit HAVE HAD
several rich merchants in
the city, hardly any of them
go below twenty thousand
in the valuation of their stocks.
Now where does the assessor come in
It looks like some of them is trying to
escape the burdens of paying their full
taxes on merchandise. Friedman has
never seen the necessity nor is it nil
visable to misrepresent values, to the
customer or to the usf-efesor.
I don't see why a stock worth twenty
thousand should Is? assessed two thou
wind, why not give in the full amount to
the assessor, or if you liavn't got twenty
and only got two or three thousand
then what is tho good of lying to the
people and make out you an; so ricli for
for It is no crime to lw poor.
We of Frieilinnn's New Racket belong
to the poorer class of merchants we
have loss than twenty thousand dollars.
And therefore we don't want to brag
to our customers that we have twenty
thousands of goods that wu must sell off
in sixty days witliout a In-ginning or
nn ending to the sixty days, nor that wo
ure a part of or have sixty-eleven man
Cor, Commercial and State Streets,
0." STATU STUKCT.
Just received 11 full stock of Ladles'
and Gents' Spring and
Will bo pleased to show patrons our
stock und guunnteo satisfaction on
every purchase. Prices tho lowest.
Wll V glvc our cnlar8ng
v xx y work (Q (ravcling
men when you can get it done
at home for the same money
and know what you arc gctt'ng
W. D, Rogersi Prop,, 65 State St.
T. J. SULLIVAN,
A nice line of goods and sumplos on
ikiihi. cjuiih 9in up, I'untS 3
up. a porfoct tit guuranteed, at
4 So tf 220 COMMKKCIAL STKKKT
I Capital Junk Shop,
MHIghest prices puld for all kinds tt
foot metal, bottles, rope, sacks, riign
vjhldcs, etc. 130 COURT STREET
(4 Give us a cull. 3 10 1m 5)
J D, RUBENSTEIN. fi
rT7"TT TT TV
t BOOTS and SHOES
i ""'.THH NB.XT 80 WAYS
l 61HM1 MHO HMtlUr. 1
vak.i.thE OTRV lAIH Ol'
ProMnk Oajf Sbcoe fS; wwtM
no Oll( SHooe t.; wwtJi
ys' SollOOl SIlOOS il : urtl, t
Jl Iff" SmA SkK'8 KV,J wrth
Mwwiif d,,Cart SHppeniaee i
308 Comniercial St. J
nt!cl1 rosiomce, Salern, Ore i
Friedman's New Racket
xxxxxOn Assessment and Taxation
ufactures in different parts of tho States,
and we are disposing of the Goods for
When the customers all have eyes and
they don't tuko stock in it especially
when they see the proprietors of the
closing out places in sixtyduys are every
night in the sample rooms to replace the
sold out stock with new Goods, few lco
pie belicvo in the old chestnut that is a
clieatum street dodge, where they have
those sixty-days closing-out signs for
If a stranger comes to Salem now they
will find quite a niiinlicr of those shops
in Salem, besides n few new comers of
which we are glad to teo them come
ltcre and go in competition with us, and
we enjoy tho joke of their advertising
that they bring in so much capital
nothing under twenty thousand dollars,
but they have a good deal less for the
assessor when he call on them, and they
am interested largely in ever so many
manufactories in thu East, but yet
their stock don't look any newer to tho
customers than some of the firms who
have been here a quarter of a century
after all the people understands it that
when parties wants to go out of business,
For a cheap coffee we GUARANTEE
that our 12,B cent grade is better than
the package coffee. It is a SOUNDER
berry, bettor FLAVOR and FRESHER.
UiitourCRESENT IJLENDatl5 cents
per Kiiiid is by far better yot, and only
-'K cents more. Try a pound ; and let
coffee sivak for itself. If not as adver
tised bring it back. Coffee roasted twice
YOKOHAMA TEA STORE.
Telephone Red 2091.
TheSftlem Llghtand Trac
tion Company will receive
scaled bids until 1 o'clock
p.m. Wednesday, May 24th
1899, for tho furnishing at
Its Power House of 2000
cords tiro wood. Hldc'ers
must state number of cords
whether body tir, or second
growth and price de
livered. Cash Paid on
Completion of Contract,
5 I72' 0SNSA2XZAS2
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OF THE VERY FINEST
Must uml will be mKI here in Salem by the
tMPI bYV0lMvf UMMaSl1 "row" gwxls, se nothing
I'BAK AS HBl'KKSBSTED,
We are selling shoes for less
than any retailer can buy
them. So come and lay
in a supply of shoes now.
You will never have the
same opportunity again.
Our HcAdquarters here are at
they don't wait sixty days, but they em
ploy a competent auctioneer and they
rattlo off their wares at a rapid rnto and
they get out, they dou't stay and llzzlo
or tho new dodge, the people who havo
such a large interest in tho factories in
thu cast usually don't come to Salam
with their old traps, but they toko a
trip to Paris and call on their (actorfes
once or twice n year to see how things
arc getting along, but that Is their way,
but not so with Friedman, when he has
got anything to sellit doesn't tako him
sixty-days to talk about it he generally
sells it out and he is gone.
At Friedman's New Racket we mako
no prctentionsof going out of businefl.1,
but we arc strictly in it, wo havo no in
terest in any factories out sido of Salem,
but you can save twenty-five per cent
on an average by buying your goods at
Friedman's New Racket, where you will
find n full lino of tho latest and best
kind of clothing, drygoods' hats and
notions, stationery, cutlery, trunks,
valises etc., etc.
A won! more to those who wunt to
save money. At Friedman's New Racket
you got straight goods (or thu lowest
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
A OHKAT rVKNT
Saturday Evening, May 20
FANSV DAVEXIWS PRODUCTION'
SARDOU'S GREAT PLAY,
Piiickh: 60c, 75c, fl, fl.50'
CEMENT, LIME, FIRE BRICK,
GRAVEL AND ISLAND SAND, etc.
AlwavH on hand.
O.S. BENTLBYand Co,
Bucccssors to 8alem Irapt, Co.
319 FRONT STREET.
Municipal, Corporation, ami Private Contrac
but Alio best
material, nood tinner
get the bast work.- U'u
Ladies French Kid Button Shoes 2:
worth H. '
Ladies' Hne Kid Button Shoes $1.23:
lAfluxs' Fmo Kid Ties
j California Junk Shop
!(4 HIsheatprlreiMM for old metal, bottle, H
'S rr,o9nri,fffire,y,c'ii?ppor 9
i( S. HOGOWUV. 151 Court SI. 6
liW Sl Shoea 75cj worth 1.60.
Uabios' Shoes 25c, 60c and 76c
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