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Make preparations to
Show your Loyalty.
LINES Ladies' Shirt Waists that cannot be equaled
in Oregon. This in the fourth shipment this
spring. All new patterns.
Lot No, 1
made and perfect fitting
Lot No, 2
bino quality. Also plain Mack, muoaml pink.
. a a
mm values lor mo price
T rf Tle " Plain blacks, new bluos, pinks:
JL-AJl iU, sJ handsomely fixed with white
tttckn three Inched apart, edged with white. A c,
very stylish waist 51
NEW CRASH SKIRTS: New lines of plain and trim
med Crash Skirts. Latest cut, best qualities. $1.25
to $2 each,
or GUESS WORK,
You can't got loo miiuh of Italitaynsomc
thine now coming up, hi watches tin well
as other things, wo keen tin with the
times and nro pruiMrcd to repair uil tho
latest ami mechanism in watches, iow
elry, kodaki!, surgical instruments (tie.
Our wateh repair Heiiartmuiit in the Inwt
in Salem ami prices reasonable. All
KXi'Kiir watoii makiiii and
SOO COMMICKOIAL. BT.
Tonight and Bunday fair, warmer.
DATES OF LOCAL EVENTS.
July 4 Celebration at Kalom.
ice Not Given Away.
I cannot afford to give ivo away, but
am veiling a pure artfolt) at a priee (hat
is within thu reach of nil.
Ckymtai. Icb Wohks.
J. M. Magulro, l'rop. It If
KliugcrA rJcck,Succe0M to UouihSalem
Alt orders for Udtlwl lieer will lw llfUl
at tho brewery. Kept on cold Murage,
Free, city delivery. Telephone 3181.
Ke Very Neatly Olven Away,
We tan kIvo Ire tiwuy, to convince you
come and aco how big a chunk you gel
for little money. Our lee I muiiufuo
ture front puro dltttlllecl water.
Capitol Ice Work,
n 28tf KUNUHit & llioutc
fiibtuition anil luetic dowa follow
f wot it kr uiluj; Dr. Mum Nirvtnc
ly an we aay rnd are oiti
ing our entire Mwk at Fll
$ The Daily Journal has 5
Q more subscribers in SalenTu i
9 and paid-up ones at that, 5
h than any other newspaper, a
Parasols at half vrice
j, Mt&ik of
HAW THICK. Tiiere an twine iiIh tliluen left in Waal and V
,rVke a loox at mem.
, jflt h nave money on anything you
ilLXJS BROS.& CO.
PIRST DOOU SOUTH
A complete lino of un-to-dato
in fancy stritie, well
Fancy trl)i with three. rows
of tuckinc Neat imttonis.
a. - a a
PERSONAL AND LOCAL,
Tom Worloy, of Blayton, wan in town
It. D. Allen of Bilverton was in tho
Win. Perkins, of llrooks, scnt tho
day in town.
of Stuyton, wax in
Mm. '. K. Hodgklnont to Portland
J. Showermau of Hheridun, NMiut U 6
duy in Kalem.
A. A. Ihiuk of CormlllH Ih in thu oily
M. I:. I'ogne, who hun been at Tlllu
mook, rotiirmsl today.
Mr. .M.J. Conner and family went to
1'ortlund today to reoide.
V. X. Ilocdhjhohiior, of Bublhnlty,
wii.t a Salem vinitor today.
Mrs. I. 0. l'ardln went to Portland
tliln moruliiK to visit rclatlvoM.
Mliw F. 0. Jory went to Portland UiU
iiiornlng to HK)iid a week vInIUhh.
Olllwrt A Pattornon wont to their hop
yardn tolay on tin iiiHpcotlon tour.
Mr. 0. I). 1 1 n tldii went to Portland
thlN moriiliiK to vhtlt with Mr. Mutton.
Mr. W. J, Ilurren left thin morning
to vUlt her mn Wlllunl at Arlington
Mrn. K. S. &nly went to Porllaud thin
nioriiiiiK t vlult with her father and
Mr. F. P. TIIIhou wwh a pMneujjer to
Portland iIiIh inornliiK on her way lo
MUi Uoleu OoiHtlaud and MIm I.una
ImwUi wttiit lo AllNtuy tolay, eoln via
Mr. J. W. UUwrlrtud wut to Tort
laml thk mmkiiIii to vWit with friwid
Mr. 1). 0. HlMrmnti ihI mHt wit to
Portland thk mornlM wliwre tliqy will
rMldu in thu futMro.
MIm It. Dunn, uf Portland, wlw
biMit vlnltliiK fritHMU in thbt Ity
tiiriiutl lo Portland thin UMiriilnjf.
Kilwln Siiiiiwmii, and Odtm Xwdly and
wlfa, timo down frm IiH)eVimlwit) thh
morning (in t Mr way t Ifttitom Oro
Kn. ov. and Mm. W. V. Mat ef Turmir,
went to Dayton thU morning whuro
thoy wIIIomii a pret muted mvellug to
lion Wimlear, of UhuoIh, wtu la town
today. Ilt report rmj u nvr Uittor
and y tliUi watlir k imy lm
iiiuiimi ami U itwturtHg rrwM to porfw
Wo offer anv
of ftur line
jmV of lhira
Miia at dm:
Vhtte, and ntuntw
" (ul JSltSfoFJS&k !K JG"fc
S &U fflP rii ZX
j j , iiav a good aortment yl ami ym pan
liavo tliHin at lukt uluit wo luilii Mr id.tio ,
want by Iwying jt from u. Tit V Pr.
THE NATION'S BIRTHDAY
A Great Celebration Next Tuesday
Wind Vp With a Viee Ball.
Tho proiaration for the celebration
of the nation's birthday are nearing
completion, and enough is in eight to
guarantee one of the most brilliant and
elaborate celebrations ever seen in Sa
Prom early morning until Into at
night something of intoroat will bo go
ing on all the timo. Mingled with mm
al event of the Fourth of July will bo
novelties which can not fail to ! enter
The musieal proxmm in Marlon
Square Is more than usually rich in
cluding the RhIoiii Choral Poclety,
and ths.Vovello Quartet te.of Monmouth,
at well as the hm etost singer in the
Xortliwoct, Mrs. HlngiM.
The exorcism in ilarkm Pquare in
clude, tMiw tlie nnicic, the invocation
by Hev. W. C. Kautuer, an oration
by Hon. J. A. Jeffreys, a wholarly gen
tleman and u line speaker, and prob
ably some informal talk from othors.
The street (wrade will include many
newfeaturesund Is calculated toplease by
its novelty and excellence rather than
by excessive length.
In the parade one lloat will carry the
GoddeM of Liberty, reprosonted by 3Iis
I-eoiirt Paine. Willi her, inctwvl of the
statos of the Union, will lx; Cuba, Porto
Itico, Hawaii and tlie PlillippiuoH, rep
resented by boaiitiful young ladies.
Tills wllllw something new and a signi
Miss Alice DavenjKirt, will represent
the Angel of Peace, whom wo would atl
lm pleased to see.
The other floats will contain novel
ideas which have been worked out by
the committee, of which Mrs. Olive 8.
Knglaud is chairman, and will be it sur
prise to the spectators.
The firing of tho salute will take
place in Wlllson Avenue, and will le
under charge of Han Tayfor, who knows
more about llring salutes than any other
man in Hnlom. Ho will also manipulate
the fireworks, which will bo displayed
in Willson Avenue, whore every one can
get a good view.
After much tribulation, tlie commit
tee has at last succeeded in finding a
Imntlmll nine who dare to go up uguinst
the Chemuwas. It Is tlie Manillas and
iscouioHtd of picked players of this
city. A hotly contested gume will be
seen, and the Indian hoys may nut have
it uil their own way, after all.
An Innovation, for Salem, and one
which will 1 highly appreciated by all
who have light fantastic toos which they
know how to trip, wilt ho tlie grand free
hail tit night. Tills will bo hold in the
top story of the city hall, a room "fixlM)
feet, where there will I hi plenty of room
for all to have n good time. Itackon
sto's orchestta will funilxh the music,
and this is n guarantee of siiHtrior ex
cellence. Isadnre (ireeuliauui dias this
branch of the celebration in charge, and
he will act as chief floor manager, as
sisted by Iru Hamilton, Hurt Lynch and
All programs lllapHmr in full in
Monday's Journal, thedetuilsiint being
fully formulated us yet in some minus.
Thu program of street sorUi will hu
fouuil IhiIow; also the musical program
to lie given in Marlon square:
XUSIOAI. I'HOUUAM -JI0HXISO.
"America" Salem Choral Selnty.
"0 Hall Us, Yo Free" Xovello Quar
tet. Polo, selected Mrs. llalllu Parrish
Hinges. "Peerhwfl Oragon" Snltiiu Ohoral
"Flag Without n SIciIm" Xovollo
"KikI, White iiihI HI lie" .Mrs. Hinges
and Halem Choral Society'.
"To Thee, I) Country" Sulem Choral
Song, selected Xovtillo Quartet.
Solo, selircted Mrs. Uulllo Parrlsh
Hlnges. "Annie l.auriu,"lhick, Xovello Quar
tet. "StarSmiiL'led Itanner" Mrs. llingos
and SflUm Choral Society.
Solo, KiWted.-.Mr. Hallly ParrUli
Holo, Hlwted, Novllo Quartet.
"AniMrtr" Saltnn Choml Hooiety.
ll$K and sitoon met, on l4yeJe: 0m
ami oiM-lmlf hltx-k: llrst priw fit, sec
ond prlw, 1.
Hop)rliig tMHitost : 0iih-1m1( block :
llrst priie, (l.fi(), mmsmmI print, l, third
priw 60 cenU.
WIhmI barruw rwwi Ohh l4ok :
llrst priw, f.1. HMuutl pri, , third
FiHrt raew: lluys not ovur lit ywira of
a,bloeksi Flmt priiv, M, hhxhh!
Ulrls' ItieyelttraM: (Freo fur all)
blocks. First prtw, 10, scouml prk
1, third pns M wits.
UlrU' egg and hkxiu race: hO wihls:
llrst priw, , HtHHind priw, fl,' thlnl
prlie M) ceiitN,
lloys' foot race! lloys uinlr Vt ytr
of ago, 1 bleck: Firt priio, l.W), ws
ond prise, f I, thlnl in W ctmu.
lUiys bleyde ruee: ltnys not avor 14
pwra of ajw.JI bkwka: Pinit ria. It,
svound prli, VI.
Tlmitr-ltitMwl ww: 7S yard. F1t
prlM, fl.CO, MtoMul pri, fl.
ltv. W. K. OuihUuiuI wwut to
Uxluy where he delivers
htw Mtriium iui
The Man With tho Ho" HU d.ur.-l.
will Ihi clol until SttpttMiihor.
T. I.. DavkUou Jr. left this morning
via kteamur to Palo Alto, California, fur
Iho summer tictkm to vWt r4atie
Mm. M. J. Maitwr ami Mits
UHd MU Fleta MaKom of Mc.MIhhvIIU
wHit to Stavtmi
to remain uvwr
Landlord and Mr. Cuniwr went to
Albany to tqmnd Sunday a gMwt at the
O. P. lUbiifli)-, the propriotr of Tho
Fair, has Uon amfWl to hks kwM for
Allwrt UHtlsrvn. of OilttivM, arrived
today hi bahM to kak ovwr thU kootimi
of tlw wost
Count v Rtfconlwr ItutaiMl umi u .irr.
erwu to mm SmttJay wfh Ws tomily.
Mrs. UoUoh. of Alkiuv UkJuu u.
I Utrnevl aflej VMl wjjtb W, fnji.
Atty.uH. wtkiiurH rit t.. IUrt
for a Sunday val.
In Demanding Pension Money
Stale Exceeded its Authority.
CmnotTake From the Veteran the Money
the Government Pay Him for
Attorney-General Blackburn has ren
dored an opinion, at the ropiest of Gov
ernor Geer, In which he holds that the
rules of the Soldiers' Home requiring
inmatos to osslttu to the home potisim
raonayrcceircd bythemarillfga' bwause
t toy are in conflict with United States
stitute. Rule 12 requires inmates of
tlie Home to turn their ension money
over to tlie commandant of that institu
tion immediately iijkii receiving It, ami
rule j.i provides tliat said money, over
nud above the sum of f I n month so stir
rendered, should be paid by tlie com'
mandnnt to the deiendcnt relatives of
the (wnsioner, or, If lie had no dcpond
ont relatives, then said money to Is
cremiou to a iiinu lor me support ol n
Home. Rule 14 provides that tlie al
lowance of (I a month granted the pon
sloner tinder rule 13 Is liable to forfeit
ure if the member receiving said allow
ance should be adjudged guilty of any
misconduct or infraction of the rules of
the Home. The attornoy-gonoral's de
cision is in part as follews:
"Tho amended ruios of the Oregon
Soldiers' Home, whon construed in
connection with the provisions of the
application for admission to the Home,
constitute an assignment or tratfsfor
by the applicant for admission to 'said
Home, to the Home, of some right to
or interest in the pension which has
Ih-'cii granted to him by the federal gov
ernment. "faction 4745 of tlie revised statutes
of the United Slates provides as follews:
'Any pledge, mortgage, sale, assignment
or transfer of nny rfght, claim or intor
est in any position which lias been or
may hereafter bo granted, shall be void
and of no effect.'
"Under tlie rules of the board, tho as
signment or transfer is not a voluntary
oneind even if voluntary, it would be
void. The assignment or transfer is
compulsory bused upon the necessities of
the ensloiior, one which ho is bound to
imiko iMjfore he can lie Kirmitted to en-
Joy any of (lie privileges and IkiiuiIHh (if
admission to ami residence in wild
"It is my opinion that any transfer or
assignment of an Interest in a inmsion,
made us required by the amended rules,
iw In direct conflict with the law of the
United States on this subject and is
therefore void ami of no effect; and that
thu amended rules are such
cannot lie enforced."
MARION COUNTY MATTERS.
Uuslness Uelng Transacted at the Court
An undertaking on apHil lias been
UIinI in the olllco of the county clerk, in
tho ease of W. . Mitchell, plaintiff, vs.
The Oregon Woman's Flax Fibre Asso
ciation, defendant. Tlie euso cous to
the supreme court on an apiieal by the
defense, Judge GeoruH II. Ihirnett hav
ing rendered judgment for the plaintiff.
Addle Parvin, executrix ofthe last will
and tostumunt of John Sutton, deceased,
has iHttltioned tlie probate court, stat
ing tltut the estate hokls a note for $700
against A. I. and S. F. Wiiguur, seoiinHl
by a uinrtgago on lets I to (I, in block
No. 2, in Central addition to Sulem,
which note is appraised at 100: that
the premises have been sold for taxes;
(hut she desires to foreclose the mort
gtigu, ami fur that ptirHe desired au
thority to rtKMltMin tho premises from
the tax sale, the total of whluh will
amount to about 1100. Judge Terrell
made the order as per tlie prayer of tho
W. J. Irwin to Mllie llolle Irwin, one
half iiiterost in 80 uertM hi the d 1 e of J.
F.. Purrutt. fi.
M. B. Wright to X. Kw l.eo, blk 16
in annex Xo. 1, tioo. Hollistcr's add to
X. liva Ilrwilg ami hitsbaml to Win.
II. King, Idk 16, in unmtx Xo. 1 to Geo.
I lullister's add to Suy ton. VOO.
Fourth of July diuiwraud liinoh will Im
sorved in tlie liiMimnee iMilhlliig otlleo
rvom, by tlie ladlee of the llaptlst
church. Tlieir reputation for etiloken
iU dinner in the prist will Insure them
a full cuwd on next Tuesday.
Now ready for delivery from
the Hubburd much. Apply
J96 Com. 5t. 7-l-3t
ReiiU'iiilwr Hull w can tit you out
in oboe. MK-ks, ithiru, s4isHMvders,
-ruh bat, tws, etr., etc.. at Imsh
prices than ioot uuj w lw re. 1 loro's
a few prices you wight proltt by:
uar sou nostimsiiirw
Our HidttHwlrie.1 shirt
Our light rnwlw-n ear.
Our fine tan vM.
Oar HitiH calf Wl
Ami iwr von mie vM't at ti.v& and
fft.ll It's ho eot to took, ami wo
Mil ittguktr or tlian Huut ut
wit sato. CustoimMw kiww it too.
See its on Fireworks.
AN ARTISTIC RECITAL.
Kich Program Rendered By Mrs.
Reed's opera house was well-filled
last evening by one of the finest
audiences of people that has appeared
in that building this season. The oc
casion was the second annual com.
tnencoment of the Inter-slate conser
vatory of music under the management
of Mrs. Etta Anders-Willman. Tho
stage setting consisted of four magni
ficent now pianos, including one opera
grand. Tlie program, although con
lined to piano music, proved most en
tertaining, nud was carried out with a
precision ami finish which indicated a
master hand In charge. The numbers
consisted of sokx, duets, quartets and
sixteeu-hand work, ranging from tlie
implest compositions played by begin
ners to tlie most intricate and beauti
ful of classical productions.
It would be folly for the rojiorter to
attempt a cirlticism of the work done by
the different young people who took
lrt, for reason of incompetency. How
ever, lie feels justified in saying that as
a whole tho evening's program was
a harmonious production, evincing great
skill individually and collectively. Prob
ably the highest compliment possible,
was iKiid the performers by the audi
ence in the enthusiastic applaut-o
showered upon each and all. Tho
wondorfully pleasing qualities of the
entire work were Kmietliing unusual in
a format program of tlie kind. Where
monotony might have been expected the
keenest enjoyment was evinced on the
part of the audience. There was mani
fested a wonderful freedom from the
mechanical nnd studied effects so com
mon among students and amateurs, mid
in tlieir place was noticeable a remark
able ease and grace combined with a
rare techinqiic and assurance that was
u comfort to the audience as well as the
performers. Tlie Kroat freedom with
which the entire work of the evening
was done, whether due to the system of
thn ront-orvntory or the individual ef
forts of Mrs, Willman, could not but be
noticeable to ovary one present. As this
is one of the most essential qualities of
n great artist in whatever field, it would
not lo surprising if that Salem audience
last evening sat in the presence of some
future celebrity of whom the world will
some day be justly proud.
Prof. K. II. Scott, president of tlie
Inter State system, was introduced by
Mrs. Willinuu and briefly reviewed tlie
work and objects of that institution.
He also conferred the diploma of pro
ficiency iiikjii Miss Xettlo Ilcckuor, who
graduated with honors. Mr. Scott gave
a little outline of the work being done
by their conservatory, stating that they
h.id 100 branch studios in the west sim
ilar to the one at Salem, all working
under one plan and ono management,
thus insuring standing and recognition
to all graduates in any part of thu coun
try. Dr. Scott pronounced the
Sulem branch one of the three best in
the chain of schools, those three lieiug
Oplon, (irand Island and Salem. He
spoke in tho highest terms of Mrs.
Wlllmaii's work, and claimed that for
artistic conception of their work the
program as rundored was one of the
very liost he had heard. Tho sjicakor
voiced the feelings oi the audience in
these remarks as well as in tlie high
compliment iid the graduate of tho
evening, who for ono so young threw an
unusual flavor into her renditions.
Wlille the work of the pupils made no
pretont-e to Iniing out of the ordlnnry.the
appreciation with whluh it was received
certainly stMiiiw it as of a high order,
ami reflects the hk'hast credit unon
teacher and students.
Tho program of the evening wus given
Quartette, Itakoozy Murse) I(it
Grace Savugo.Mrs. Otto Kmuso,
Mrs. F. II. Anson, Mrs. K. M.
Solo, "Sllvor flshofl In tlie lake"... Hoi-
lander Murie Hofor
a. "Fairy tale"
o. "Hlrds In tho woods"
Solo, Halcyon days .,
Duett, "Rondo llrilikuite" Mohr
AHu Hendricks, Grace Savage.
a. Allegretto Op 10, Xo 2.
Solo "Martha" Sydney Smith
Solo, Concert March Hollander
Solo, "Alice where art thou". . . . Asehur
Duot, Juhol Overture. ... Von Wohlmr
Miss Iteckuer, Miss Hubbard,
Solo, Concert Study Goldkok
Pml It. Waters.
Solo. IUI Poudro Rafacol Joseffv
Solo, a. Xoctrune, John Field, b. Faust
Viilso, Gounod, d, "Pouer Zatt-
lr. magic lire, scone from
Walkine, Richard Wagner,
Nettie i.. itevKUor.
. Watch tlie Blue Streak
Nome of us out bore iu the "raw"
wost don't know much thatKoesonui
the Euit. Hero aro a few recent re
cords might interest you.
WAsutsaTON. m- uh. -MaFilo.l wioi lh
Kivnl lOrtbli lltaut-.v
bn Altai; thr
WasiUNoIun. M&y nth
oa-mllrt mh. lino 3.0i
IntKWlic uivM, time i it
mIim U uul r. tw, U si: tiUunMos
WAtTHAM. My ;tt-Meyrtud M ih
Ihr corutrMl match rA with lWir MMnS
ml KjoiUllihlnl Mou TWbanei ' a"
Sr.l'iVL, Juualth -iMnr Canuicbadl brat
Wc wta. fee Mtt-trtU
MOUAIltaoMn an Ht w &
$5 Buys a Good Suit
of Men's Clothing
$9 Buys a Suit
Well worth $12,50
Our Price 59
Cor. Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore,
Addrcs, Dr. "Scott, president of Inter
state University System.
Double Quartet, 10 hands. Grande
Miss Beckner, Miss Hubbard,
Mrs, John Krausse, Miss Hrey
man, Miss Childers, Mrs. F. R.
Anson, Mrs. Jos. Albert, Misa
Mrs. William's program last night
by the jHsrsonne of tlie participants
showing the names of Salem's very best
musical talent, demonstrated the dignity
of the work and tlie conception the best
musical minds have of the advantages of
studying this systematic course. Thus
the permanency of the Interstate Con
servatory is assured at Salem and the
work will be continued in a serious and
conscientious manner. Those now work
ing under the system will make tlie
3d commencement a grand success next
Foresters v. Woodmen of the World
Met on the Fair Grounds Diamond.
Yosterday'a game of lsie hall lietween
the Foresters and Woodmen of the
World resulted in thu ignominious de
feat of the latter, who thought they had
the lop-oared animals of the foreit on
tho run The Woodmen felt hil
arious just before the first inning ami
imagined they were being drawn
through the streets by the coyotes,
cougars and skunks of the forest on
a hayrack, amidst the perfumes of new
mown hay, but after the first inning they
lost all hope of ever getting a sniff of
even catnip tea.
Tho game resulted in a score for the
Foresters of 24 to 4.
It was only through the charitable In
stincts of tho truly fraternal feelings of
a true Forester that they wore allowed
to make a score. All the Foresters
needed was a cutcher, pltchor and short
stop, which would have been a sufficient
It is understood that the Woodmon
will withdraw ami not ploy the other
'I ho Foresters are louglng for that hay
rack ride and until tlioy got It they will
roam us of yore with tho wild Isjasts of
the forest, among the "big footed ani
mals." The Forestors still carry a chip on
their shoulder in the city nud nro will
ing to extend the chullungo to the rest of
A challenge from the elks would l eg
Dinnor Fourth of July, will be served
by the ladies of the Baptist church in
the otllee of th Insurance building.
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS
I. Minroe. AIImiiv; O. R. Baxter,
Grand Rapids, Mich. ; A. J. Lyons, San
Franoltco; Doll L. Lasher, Clavton
Wentz and family, F. M. Math'ena,
Pertland: C. C. McDonald. Chas. M
Hough, San Franeboe: J. J. Dalrvmple,
City; J. W. Redd, Carlton, Or.
Fourth July Excursion.
The Corvallis A Eastern Rail Road
makes rate of one fare for the round trii
between all rail and rivor points reache.
by their lines. Tickets good going Julv
2, 3 and 4 limiting return until July 0. '
o-37-tt Kw. C. Hbukbx, Agt.
All iwrsons willing to serve in a vol
uutcor tire oomnanv for .Ink- 4 nm r... '
ipiusuM 10 report to uuairman Jtuiah at
1 . . . .. a. . ' .-.:'
"Use the sample of Herb Tou loft at
your home, It will do you good."
6 31 tf
Ul dnuvbti aU Ur. UUi Necto rUUm
Have you noticed
The bids for Street Lighting?
45 Arc Lamps, all night $281,25 per month,
200 Gas Lamps, all night. 5666,66 per month.
45 Arc Lamps, until midnight, $225,00 per month,
200 Gas Lamps, until midnight, $458,33 per month.
Lowest proposition from Gas Companyi ""
100 Lamps until midnight, except moonlight nights,
$202.00 per month,
Lowest propasition from Electric Companyi
35 Arc Lamps until midnight, ever
Has started slaughtering their
Yes, we will sell you a suit for
Call and see our goods and prices. We will have no trouble
in convincing you that we are selling up-to-date clothing at
a lower price than any other house in the city.
Pretty Organdies, New Lawns, Swiss, Ginghams, Percales,
Dimities, etc. Dainty Chiffons, Allover Embroideries, Laces
of all kinds. Several nice pieces of Tucking, Lace Cui tains,
large sizes extreme low prices. Bed Spreads, Table Linens
and Napkins. It will pay you to call and see all our new goods.
Ua Kottq TmroriTTa4 to the Opera House Block, across the
WP DSUr FclTlOVcU street from old stand, during the erec.
Mi u tw,ut,wvviu Hon of a new building to accommo
date our trade. A full stock of Hay, Grain Mill Feed, Flour, Salt, etc., a.
ways on hand. All orders promptly attended and filled.
YOKOUAMA TBI Sl'ORF,
VERY GOOD FINISH.
Telephone Red 2(101.
Free Doll very.
Large Fir, WOO
Large Ash, S3.ii5
1'olc Oak, WM
D. S. BENTLEY & CO,
SuccCMom Sulem Imp. Co.
Phone :t01. uiu Front.
FORTHE FOURTH OFJULY.
Southern Pacific Excursion Rates for Cel
ebrations and Travel July I to 5.
Stations 1125 miles or less from selling
loint 1 1-3 fare for round trip.
Two hundred miles but not loss than
135 inilos, 1 1-5 the fare for round trip.
Three hundred miles hut not less than
-smiles, one mre round trip.
No ticket less than Uo cents for
Chilnren 5 to 12 half Uimc rates.
The return ofthe Volunteers reminds
us of their splendid murkmanship, come
and perfect your shooting nt tho now
gallery. 113 State street next door to
uray uroi. r, j. Fontaine, Prop.
0 29 tf
w w r w w w 0
w e nave a eoo.1 lik. tva- .if nil ti.
nuine gooos, ami on Hags and fire
WOrks CdlkViallv w. .in en-.. ,.,
ksome money, for we bo't these East
L at the lowest prices we've seen quoted
roy a considerable. All sum nrint..!
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dies, sky rockets. 1miIo.hu. i,jnMi
"KSi UI1II il 1L7 HUW1T HI IfrkllKl.i . ..i..-
nnwetc. On disidav asMirtments .
can do you goal, sjecial prices m4
lots amounting to fS or over. You J
can have a rfn hnm.t iliii.i,... r..- 4
can have a hue homo .lUnlnv r..,-
Mn.. l..x .1! 1 .. . ... "' ''" i
.'. inr you OHIO I icnou- tlml
iln't know that."
Hranf .1 10 IK -...,.
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wui luwrocsers at 0. iu. is ismiin
winch are not common trash but rtc-
njniiJrH niiinr wtwii rsn
C 3 for 10 cents, limit big fellows, all.
r ii ivw.
:k)7 Commercial Street.
immense stock of Clothing.
55 that other stores charge
For (he China Closet,
ns well as the table, we have delicate
egg shell pieces of dainty china, deco
rated in gold and exquisite coloring that
lends n charm to vour cun of tea. Ice
cream or fruit. Our handsome designs
Our handsome designs in lierry bowls,
lotnonado and clarot sets, ice cream sets,
in fine glaxwarc, are seasonable ami
THE U ROGER
124 State st Telephone 51
By giving their fourth
annual July celebration
on evening of July 3d, at
3:30 o'clock. Races of all
kinds for prizes. Terrific
rire Cracker scramhle.
ending with an elaborate
Fire Works display.
Free to Everyone.
Remember the date.
95 STATK STRKBT.
Just received a full stock of Ladles'
and (Senls' Spring and
Will sell for the next GO days at the
?.w.?1l Pricc3 ev,,r know j in Salem.
M1I be pleamd to show patrons our
stock and guarantee satisfaction on
every purchase. Prices the lowest.
California Junk Shop f
.&4.i iric imu lor om meuu, ooiiit-a.
roiK, aok. rugs. IiUm, Copper and
Iron. Call before you Mil. 4-4iil
S. HQGUWUt, 151 Court SL
Mim XIha "ohUh I I.a
ucr to vUli frloudi.
l Mn Whit KItl tier li ot a pa4r
"'Is any CommentNecessary?
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