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Are you planning on having your dress
maker make you a TAILOR-MADE SUIT?
Have you decided on the Material? If not,
ask to see our new cloth
It's extreme width makes it one cf the
best values ever offered to the ladies 52
inches wdie, at $L per yard,
ALL WOOL COVERTS
In (wo toned effects, 52 inchcswidc,aIso at SI. Make very
Printers Ink cannot describe the beauties of the Novelty
Dress Goods of this fall, combining style, durability and
cheapness, Call and sec,
Have been iiourlng in for week
Nothing 1i.t.h li't'ii lt:f t undone to
make tllM More un Ideal shopping
place. lx)K out too mock oi
New Belt and Collar Buckles
f New BcadBcIts
f New wash Veils
f New Fur Capes
r New PJaidGcH Cloths
f New silk Umbrellas
f New chiffon Rufflings
f New blankets and comforts
New ruffled curtains,
In fancy HlripeH. Now dark
hIiiuIlm, in hhn ntrl'H. Itegiilur
1.1W vimllty, our price t I .()),
for ladleH mill
gentc. All tlm
r 4 .--
rtsffirks 'raw Trsftft
2 for 25c. i
Place your order now for
your .winter suit. We
show 300 samples of "The y
Royal ' Tailors" ,,'oods.y
Made to order clothes at the
pi ice of stock garments.
J. J. DALRYMPLE & CO.
,-r r .
Will convince you that my prleoH for
Fclcnttllc ork in touting tho night ami
udiUHtiiiu linn iiuality and hanilHomnoyo-
glanc ami rMS'tacltM to it in low. I text
your cyonlght fret) anil III it to the proper
leiiN nml at roaionublo coat.
MA hamly repair aliop In here to lis up
any little hurt to your Kpoetaoloii, while
you wait. Oilier loiwir work done an
promptly iih wwmile ami at fair
Twenty Yihiw Kxperiouco.
Ice Not Oiven Away,
I cannot afford to glvo ice away, lint
am Moiling a pure article at a price that
ih wlliiin in" ri'iuii oi an.
('iiymtai. Ick Wohkm.
J. Maguiro, Prop. f) in tf
Kllngerft Ueck,Succemot to boutliSalem
All onlnrH for hottleil deer will ho tilled
At the hrewery. Kent on cold ntoragc,
l'rco oity dollwiry. Tolophono '.Mill.
Ice Veiy Nearly Olvcn Away,
Wo can u'lvo Iro uwuy, to convince you
coiiki anil -ico Innv hlg u chunk you gel
for little innnoy. Our leu Is iniuitifuo
turu friiin pure (llmilled water.
oat. Hoi ice workM.
uatf Ki.iNoitu , itHcic.
rnh from the hIioII, raw, or cooked
to order. A dltdi tliut III refrexh you
oner a uay'M nam work, ai
Reform School Supplies.
I am now ready to receive pnipowilri
mr euppiiiw io lie iiiniihiiciI (lie Oregon
ulntu inform nIiikiI fur the quarter end
ing December ill, 18M. A lint of the nip.
pllmi wanted will lx furnhdiod on appli
II. K. HlCKItllM,
Salem, dr., N-pt. is Ikihi is tf
BLACK ,- J,
mmal I mat "TBiiii i in
has ji'ht oi'i:m:i) iiih ka i.i. um:s or
FINE BOX PAPERS,
Tablets, School Supplies.
Artists' Aatcri.ils, Elc. Picture haming in Neat Tasty
Aouldinys, Fancy Aats, lite. 263 Cuin'l Street
IIIuiiLvU. Coiuliirtii, White
Will bear in mind that we hmo a Dim vtx'k of
Oilllts, Jjico Oiirtahi, Art DuiiIiiih, fcllkuUiitw, llmi0ry SUku, F.trllenw
UphoUtery (IimhU that we are wiling at NV;Ualailu:lBteU Uuil't ikiv uth
prottt when you cuii Nhvo Momy by iHylitjj irom uj.
That New Dress
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
J. 8. Foster drove to Spring Valley
John Stoncr of Hickrcall Is doinjt the
stato fair Uxlay.
Mrg. I). H. JIcDanial of Dallas Is do
ing the fair today.
Wash Phillips of Hcio came In today
to attend the fair.
Dr. K. C. Hunter, of Stayton, is In
the city on husineps.
Chas. A. Parks drove to Pldnoy this
morning on huslnufH.
Dr. I!e Steiner came over from Dai
Inn to attend the fair.
Sam Darker and family came in from
Dallas to attend the fair.
T. I.. Hargrove drove over to his hop
yard near Hickrcall today.
AI l'orter of Dallas enme over
today to attend the state fair.
Pierce Ilrigs, of Crowley, came In to
day to do the fair and houiu huliiois.
J. IOoU'iihurg camu no from Port
land this morning for a hiMluopi visit.
Miss Fay Hosem'tchi, of Portland, Is
in the city, guestjif Mlwi AgiiopstiillxTt.
IhiV. Halter of McMliinvlllu came over
toilay to attend coiiforeneoanil statu fair.
Kil Owens of Imleiiendeiico Is In town
today on husliiess nml attending the
J. P. Iodgerwooil and family of Stay
ton, are In tin1 city attending the state
J-iliu White, of Oak drove, came In
lids morning to attend to business ami
go to the fair.
Mrs, I-:. Phillip and daughter, Mr-,
li.tker of Zciia are In the city enjoying
the state sair.
'('has. ami Alburt CiiiiiimVII, of Dallas,
returned home today after spending sev.
eral days at the fair.
Senator 0. W. Fulton, of Astoria, is In
the city attending the fair, but insists
tliat he's not. lixing up fences for any
Ixsly. Paul Kliugeft) returned to Dallas last
evening having comeover to make trans
fer of a piece of property to It. It. Mil
A. T. Collard, of Mission bottom
camu hi today, he rcor(s hops alsiut all
picked and will have almut 1(X) Ihixom
more than last hsisoii.
W. .1. (iarretson, of McMiunville, is in
the city. Mr. Ourretsou is one of Ore
gon's veteran hoiHemcu ami bus owned
Mime of the Is'st stisik ever produced hi
(In) state. He brought over several line
racers ami Intends to enter In a special
which Is already arranged for.
farmers and Producers.
Not having room In our warehouse
at Salem to handle off grades of grain,
we Imv6 mrnrcil space hi the Wallace
warehouse, corner lliuli ami Trade
streets, known as the old agricultural
works, now lined as a public warehouse,
located on switch of S. P. It. It. where
we will oisirate storing and buying all
classes of grain, also acting as your
agents In wiling uumeichautahle grain.
In lining this, '.each man's crop will I hi
stored in sacks and lableil separately,
which will enable him to get the full
lieuellt of alt comiietitlou and have his
uralu on the market at all time.
l'or further particulars call at our of
lice L".K) Commercial street up stair.
A. M. lli'Mrimiv A Co,
tl It) Utihtw 1 in . Salem Oregon,
A Slight Disturbance.
Alsiut llvoo'olnck yesterday afternoon
a row that had Is-en smouldering all day
broke out Isitween two of tlicfrciiciitcrs
of the Kice track, (ieo. Smith ami one
Dice. The racket occurred at the sa
Iihiii under the grand stand. Olllco.s
Johnson and Sklptou took hold of Smith,
but he Jerked Iimii from Johiirou, who
either fell or was knocked down. John
sou theinirought his cane into the Held of
oHnitious and Smith threw up his hands.
I ho latter was brought to town by of
licerSkiptoii.and his gaity inIIIcohI him
!AI and co.ts, as that was the penalty
iuioed by Justice Johnson this morn,
lug, for reUtiiig an otllcer.
Kill Two Hints Willi One Stone.
While taking a holiday to attend the
"Pair" lice a mrt of the time to visit
llohfon'sdry good ktoro. The pnipiet
or ami clerk will Ik glad to see vou,
limy euJ4iy showing the tine goods, I'lio
weather will wspii be cool. Mdect anew
iio or Jacket for your wife ami daugh
tur. The lsiyn must Ik' clothed for h'Iiim.I
tliUUyouropHirtuiiity to get tluuii a
new suit, ill and price guaniutuod
ladles, ask o see the Coixu Holt W'tap.
pw, wiiuelhlug new. A full Hue of dry
gMU IshiIi for cash to Ih Mild for
cusli at prfeoti to give wtifaetion.
W, II. llllHSON,
A7 t omiuereial street.
Attendance Still Rather Slim in Spite
of Fine Weather.
Von nru thinking of Inning ultoiihl ! lHmit of tw. Wo havo the goods,
lining, ullk. veKots, in fact ii.orj thing neMrmir- to (It you out. Wo charge
you no profit iwwo want to get out of latsiiitw ami uffr ynt this UatjicmiiBftt
to help ti get out.
CDILJLIS mlOQ.Si CO.
FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF I'OSIOhFICB,
gTKo rUrna nftor Beptembtr l&th,
White V Dimiuu's team of bkicks took
an iudeKudunt spin this mornliig. They
started (nun the kUiml, oirncr of State
ami Cuuuium-lul struts, and ran dow u
State to Him lloag dtvk. Not lludiug any
freight tliere, thy kipt oxer Miuth to
the O. It. X. lot'k, Imt dx'liued tiu
Powers' Invituthui to stop. Coming up
Tiiele they attempted to mn into the
ltwl Front litiry stulda, Imt made a
mles.ciicuud (etchrtl upon Uth ulcnof
a tliatle lice. Utile, if any. damai;e
Ofoar 'Hiylor, the brick layer, while on
liU way to the camp of his family, who
are picking ltu In the lli.lim- Imp
yanl, MirkiuIy liurt his hand hj Ik'ing
thrown from his wlitMl owing to a di
(eotle bridge. Ho broke Mtveral Umes
in his iwml but was able to return to
town and latvolt drussctl by Dr, s. It.
Many i-umplrtlnts have Uvii nm.ie
alsiut the bail iviidltkiii of the walk not
opiswlto too Wllluinutte hotel, on Ferrv
btret, The strvtit voiiimiiisioiicr's at
tention U ntiHvtfiilly ctlle.l to it
A our load froh melons frviin tirants
Pas just in. Wright A Cumaio " Dt(
Kibiuttiua aim wut do tullowi Or.'b
uveut it Ut uuui l)i. Mi!';cmuc.
IJIcycle Quintet JlLower the Northwest
Record They Established
The attendance at the fair today has
been still rather slim, hut it was esti
mated that thore were 1000 people In
and around the stand this afternoon.
The afternoon races wcro again late hi
starling. The two-year old trot, tost
poueil from Saturday not being decided
at three o'clock, and the pacers being
only warmed up for their first heat.
Just lx'foro threolhe bicyclo quintet
giuo a very pretty exhibition, uolng
nualnnt the new Northwest record which
they established yesterday ,of 1 :Ji!J. After
a preliminary round to warm up they
stretched out on tho test, clipping
another half second.from the Northwest
mile record and making it 1 : 1 .
Ah already announced in last nights
Jounv.M., Alta Norte won the linn! heat
which decided tho 12:18 pacing race
brought over from Saturday. Kittitas
Hanger having lieeu distanced in the
last heat Saturday, only three horses
were left In the race, and tho raco
was a procession from the start,
Alta Dell coming in second and Anna J,
Tho three year old paco had three
starters, Patbmark, Geo. I), and Iidy
Merry, and In the two heats which de
cided the raco the horses camu in the
order named. Time, 1! :!(., L'tL'S.
Tliere were four entries in the three
year old trot, ltlack Kgypt, Susio Alone,
Major Itildd and Altcuo. Three heats
decided tho race, which was hlglily in
teresting considering the slow time.
Tho summary is as follews:
lllack Kgypt(Mosher) L' 1
Susie AleiieiKirklail) I I
Major Itudil(Stelsoii) 1 II
AltwicKCiiHto) .'J 1'
Time !::t()g, 'J-.iVJii, 2:'M.
The suiuiiiary of the half iiilludasl
Misty Mornfl leiiry)
Time III seconds.
Tim Portland bicycle ipiint gavo thrco
exhibitions during the afternoon, mak
ing u quarter tulle hi I'll l-fi seconds, ii
mile in 1:55 ami !l miles in (1:10 the
Alliert Shaw greatly pleased the
crowd by his exhibition of trick bicycle
riding. The young man Is constantly
improving himself by practice and add
ing new and dilllcult foots to. his xr
formaiice. SIIIVIKV HVItMMI.
The crowd at the grounds in the
evening could hardly I hi denominated a
The concert by Parsons' orchestra
was up to a high standard of excellence.
Tim Illustrated story, songs, and lec
ture by the Shields' combination held
the croud to its conclusion,
A new element was intrnducod last
cwmlng, that of light coimsly, ami a
hearty laugh was raisisl be the .conclu
sion of Miss I .a Mar's "liisxlbye,"
However, It cannot 1o Mild that the In
novation is an improvement. People
like tlie work of Miss l.a Mar and Mr.
Whitney In connection with tho Illus
trations, Wcauto it touches their ten
derer feelings. It hardly seems worth
while to wimte a whole series of illustra
tions on a joke which some of us hae
had In our scrap Ixsiks for yisirn. The
work of thofo Kmple is mi Hue In the
tragic and pathetic lines that it shmild
not bo wasted on the burlesque,
Wednesday will bo Salem day, ami
the Istst day of the fair without doubt.
Though no binding itgrcomeut lias
been made, it Is expected that lundnei-s
men will close their placos for tho
grtxitor port of the day, and everyone
who can attend will turn out.
The days program will 1m (lie Inwt of
any day of the fair, Uith afteriHxm and
The races will bring out the fastttst
clasMW of hooim on the ground, the 2:1 it
IMcersaml the i: 15 trotters.
Hut theiiMMt attractivtudnglti (witiiro
of the wlatle fair will he wwii and hen id
in the e enlug, when the sweetest vikhi1
ist we Salemltes are over privileytsl to
bear will sing in the pavilion. This Is
what inadt standing room at a
premium hi the pavilion every evening
during the hilt fall, and it will ho the
toiuie tomorrow night.
The WiHkllairu and CIhuimwu Utse
ImII teams pla)sl unnther gHino this
morning, resulting. In a victory for tho
Indian boys by a score of 20 to 18,
The evening program at tho pavilion
will Include a cake walk at 7 o'clock;
the following program by tho Shield's
Illustrated song, "Level Croslng,"
Helen Lamar; Illustrated song, "I Love"?
You 'Deed I Do My Halw," Chas. II.
Whiting; illustrated talk, "A Week in
Chicago," I-Mw aril Shields. Ily special
request, Mr. Shields will show "Hock of
Ages" again tonight. A short program
at the Wiley li, Allen musical depart
ment by Miss Wadsworth, Prof, fiiiin
and Prof Parvin.
The entries for today's racei aro as
Trotttmr, 2-year olds, 2 III II, 150
Vanilevanter's "Prince Angullno," h
f, Mosher's "Alta Alcne," b f, Harr's
"Thohna," bf, House's" Kilmund,"ch s.
Pacini'. 2:24, !i in o, iiurso KW0
Hrown's "Pathmark" b s, Kirkianil's
"Primrose," b in, Pratt's "Scappoe," b
in, Smith' "Hoy S"brg, Stetson's
"Madeline 0." b m, McDonough's
"Itollu Aair," bin, Wcntwortli'H "Al
mora," b s, Hose's "Karnacle," ch s,
Simeon's "Alta Norte," br in, Stark
weather's "Starkcy," br g.
Trotting, 2:2:1, U in 5, purso f.'lOO
Home's "Wofsliimn," brs, Sliawnham's
"Lyla," hi in, Katon's "Hoad Hoy," b
, Kahlor's "Volo," br g, Gardner's
"ilaby Hutli," b tu, Nceillcs' "Alto
nctte," br to.
The 2-year-old running, milu dash,
did not fill.
New Goods Arriving Daily.
WE ARE RECEIVING IMMENSE LINES OF
Fine Dry Goods, Clotliing;, Hats, Etc.,
And will sell these goods at the lowest possible prices.
The sun ctoes not always shine in Oregon, so prepare yourself with one of our new
Umbrellas; steel rod umbrellas, with a good cover, as low as 50c. We also have them in line
silk with fancy handles. We bought them direct from the makers, and will guarantee our
prices lower than any other house in Salem. We have also received a full line of
Rubber Goods, JVI a cki ntosli.es, Etc,
BEST QUALITY RUBBERS FQR CHILDREN " " 25c
BEST QUALIVY RUBBERS, MISSES' SIZES " " 35c
LADIES' SIZES " " 50c
Ahckintoshes for everybody '-gjrls and boys, ladies and gents, full assortment. Fine
Clothing for bovs or men. Hats to lit and suit everyone. Our Fall overcoats just arrived
Trunks and Valices, Blankets and Comforters.
COME HERE FOR
YOUR DRV GOODS AND GET THE
GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
BEST QUALITY CF
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RME
Cor, Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore
.1 W Strelt, Alex Cohen It S I'abj,
Henry V. Dnsch, II Metzger, Tom Me
Cracken, W 1' Swope, Cleo Temple, C 1'
Jordan, I .Mallet, Morris Henoikey, I. A
(Miambreau, Geo O Graves, .1 0 Thomas,
W K 1 Ionian, Nate Solomau, Sue I'arrott,
V A Hall, II V. Ieushurg, llarule Me
(irath. l'ortlaud; II I) lloitwrinan, Mrs
A 1) llosterman.Spriiilleld. 0: M l'or
ter, It II Huston, Oorvallisj U A l'.p
perly, MrsGA Kiijierly, S illamina.Or;
Mrs M Itosendaipb, Albany; llesslo
llamrick. John I. Ilaker, Chicage: It II
liryan, Jlrs U V. llryan, IliHIxjru; O C
Hammond, Omaha; II It Kincaid, II 11
ll i; Aiikanv, Mrs II V, Ankany, Hu
uene; John (i I-add. I'rlne-ille; WA
I'eek, Tell, Wash.; M S Ito-o, aii
eouver, II C'j Harry II Collier. Taeoina;
Stanley I' MeIntoh. .Mrs S K Melntinh,
Harrison (iiileh. Cat. ; Mis-i Laura Coy,
Mmlford; M I. Harnett Mrs M I. liar
net, J J Hanson, Mrs J J Hanson, Miss
Hanson, Junction City; I'M Hehoel,
Alleo.Selieol, J V. Smith and Mile, Al
Imiiivj .lames A Tee, Krank Krazer.
Pendleten: IIS I'rettymau, Mrs A II
llrowu, MrsM DWeswell, A J Inland,
CI. Gates, Mrs (' I. Gates, l'ortlaud;
.1 I, Toller, San l-'rimcisco ; W V. Me
Court, llllislx.ro; II A Slurdevant, The
HEIiDS Ol'EHA JIOUSJ2
I'ATfOS IlltOS., Uf unl Mnnngom..
'SJJ.'JJ. '.'.'.' ',
ALL FAIR WEEK,
OF THE POPULAR
iksio Shirloy 6.,
I'oltTI.ANIi, Sept. It. When
(We to ill; Walla alla,5Sc
Flour l'ortlaud, ,,JM to :j,'J.'i
lino s.io per mn.
Oat White :t8(T
180 lOo. uroy 'M to ItSc
Hay Timothy $.S(3illiier Km.
Ilojis llffllfki; old eroptle.
wool valley. r.'QSiue; iv
egou, KM Mohair, '-'" M),
Millhtufl ltrau, (17: shorts
I'oultry Chlekeus, inlxcl, f l.-tMl to I..V)
IlensTi to 5.G0, turkeys, live, i:t(ti:t!ue.
I'.iriN ilreL'ou, into lne lier iio.
llcjiprloirc of New Plays
MARRIED IN HASTE,
LADY OF LYONS,
Popular Prices -10. 20 anil ;i()e
Hides Greeu.saltedlM) lbs. HQDe.unde,"
to Io-, IWWri sneep ie
Onions Pto lte.
Ik'st dairy, :S0!S5; faney
ITh: to Wc jer roll, store 22 to
I'otntiMiri tl!5 to 7rc per rental.
Hogs Heavy il roused (! to tl'je
Mutton I)ressMl,tl)e to 7e wr nhiihI.
lU-ef Steers. il.C0(2f l.(H); eows, fll.lK)
f:l.e) dresMNl, lnnf tl to 1
N'eal dresM'd, WQjv,
'sil lik, Mohair Oo.
lkirlev 15 to Me.
()ats-2.'i to 27e.
Hay Haled, cheat ami elover fil.00.
Timothy f 8.00.
oa 8 to 20o
I'loilr in wholosalo lots fii.tX) retail
MillstufTs-hraii f lit.OO shorts f lo.OO
Hogs I rested, fi)e.
I.lvo oattlo Stitirs atwwu $ to .1
Drosseil Vml fMo.
Hutter Dairy 20o ensiuiery UBo.
rouitry spring en
Hens S iimts.
We are still sellini: I foot, laru'e iecoml
growth wiwhI 2.2" ist eord We are
ugt. forXewlMTg 1're-M-d Tire and Ito
man llrick. see the work at thellliheo
Chili Hiiildlng also the Nea Custom
Hoiiso, at I'lirtliind. I). S. Hkmi.ijv
Co., rhone 30. Mill I'ront eor. Che
iokefisO to I Do.
1 1 1'CK K.NSTKI N. Tnwlny, at 2 o'ehn-k
p. in., at the family home in Smith
Salem, Agues buiisa, daughter o( Mr.
and Mrs. Aug. Iliickensteiii, agel
nearly 0 years.
Tho end in this ease iiime very sud
duuly and before the din-tor coutd
ronuii her Imdside. Tho little girl uis
well Sunday, but yesterday was fivliug
poorly. This forenoon her iiue txk
a sudden eliauge for the wure and tin'
little one expired. The family is tur
uinie with grief and lainlly aide to n .il
iso the awful reality. I'uueral arnuue
meiits will ho made tomorrow,
WIIUI.AN.-At tho family home at
South I'ralrim 0 inlkm North of Salem,
on Sunday Sitpt, 17th. u mii.
MARION COUNTY MATTERS
UutinM llcmg Transacted at the Couit
Irirtnient Xo. 2 was In mission a
short time. Monday, and a dlvoree was
Hi-nuted in the ease of C. W. ltinMey
vs. Jerome Itirdslev.
A I Ieo A. Mlle., et al. vs. Klwyn 1.
Mlliv, et al., is tho title of a new Milt
llledin this department. The aetlon is
brought for the pormw nf MH-uringa
IMrtithiu and iIUImhi of a trait of land
nwntsl jointly by the artie totlieaetion
Mug MUs Catlierine llagey and the
holrs of Andrew llagfy.
W.J. Keel to IWiijamiu Crou't, an
undivded Ifalf interest in lets No, 83
ami 81 Siinnysida Fruit I'arin, No. it,
w d. S00.
Dennis IMdy and wife to Jaoob Ogle
2.M) aires, near WixullMirn. w.l. tlfio.
FhoOreyon Umil Conianv to Hrauieu
Cuirk lots Xo. 27 ami 2.S, bbVk No. IS,
Sootts Mills, w d 1100.
inese uiree men are more taiKeii aisnit man auv ,
other men In fact their names aro on evervls)dvs 'i
lips. The same applies to those nice, sweet, fragrant '
ainmatic Havana J
La Corona, 10c Oil? Champion, ;i
La ConinRepc?, EnRblem, :l
The universal verdict is; Tliev aro perfection.
None so sweet. Nono soginsl. All dealers, ,'
After the Fair is Over
You should begin the year's work in MUSIC, and pur
sue il earnestly.
For the hfehesj MUSICAL DEVELOPEMENT, there
is no school as good as
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC.
Address. Francesco Seley, Dean, Salem, Ore.
INTER-STATE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Mrs. Effa Rnders WilJman
Out First .National Hank.
Classes in Piano Torle playing, Harmony, Theory and Class
Studio hours from tl to 12 and 2 to. r.
TWO FI'IC XI3W 1MANOS IN STUDIO l-'OU
rsii! QF Llrl'ILS.
L. M. KIRK.
54.56, fit 58
Grain, Hay, Flour, Mill Feed, Buildtog Mntcrial,
Lime, Cmcnt, Plaster etc,
Grain. Hay and Straw stored
l'rompt and careful attention given to Hie delivery of gds to
of the city.
OLINGER d RIGDON
Undertakers and Embalmcrs.
We wbh to announce to tho general public that we have purehaMil the ue-t
elegant and luagnitlcant funeral ear, of latest design, ami are therefore in a '
lien to handle funeral' in a much better manner than heretofore; and with U-m-pome.
Wo have long felt that Salem, being the capital eitv of a reat Mac,
should 1k up to date iiithe manner of handling funerals, and . have therei- ie
sjMrwI no exK-nsi in iHircliusiiig the car. It was built by the James Ciiuiiiin;h:iiii
U) Hoeliester, New ork, wholaiild the liiut eliiclos in tliu I'nltod Stats
Idle this U not theino!.teH.m.ve funeral ear ever built, still it is the llnestei. r
sliipiHl to Oregon.
U'e ConlmlTv IIIMteall toilH-lWOt our im-llitluy uti.l iil., .w...ult.. r..inr,.j I 1
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9,v ,,n innifll .li.lligv.
Ol.lNtiKU .V KIUIIOV
On theMt things wo aro fUl fur
ywi with Hie almvs ami prices tlwt
moan a M o tho careful, eoowmioul
porchanT. liumlltiHi Uruw n't k'ImkJ
slums, workiuguiun's hIhhw, wiotui'a
ovtMrjilay sIhkm, and Umm full Mhi of
tlie dr)' lKHigolas, Kuitfuroo, Hu
Calf, Colt Stin uiul VK'l. Our new
hue of 1-adio' SImkI in the late too,
,u turns and welts, all prinw, arv
alue that ibe can't get away front.
I'mlerwear for children, from Uv a
JUrment up; Uidle' Hwvwi u.
Soup; men's wtm Iwwvj Flat Kknv
Oil goiU. IV. an I ullwr epku.lhl ..m s
SB. Mackintoshes for HHW.wwuen
and children at our pojmlar n.v
Uoa1 tiomts IroMi let nwler. i-...
twi blaulet in white, uu and Kra
all grades m tliero we wir i.hi
HRHWy. Coiw in and u. e ai
uroutl to wail on iw when vi,
only want tu look. You'll but wiu.
Umo. aw.1 we wilt it our hlukrv wc
Racket Prices x
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
Orlcrs travel r choce
reuteitw. They aie ill
O. k. N, via OgJtn ami IVrmr
Bhtita Kcute via acramcnto, Ogden
Miaia Kouie via Sacramento, Majore
A daily line of ibrouih I'UI LMAN
PAlCE ami 'UH'KISTM.l' KI'F.K , ".
Fraocuco anl 1am Arctic to Ctecac Ihii i
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East.
Apj.ly to the ag. nu of (he O K .V N o
S, I. , iKiihfru I'aoiic. or he uikltrkinctl
for (olden and lrcnure iteiaiure
I J I'EERKl'.
gt CVi It i ',-iinl
H.W. NORMAL C0I.LEGE QFMUSIC AMD AHT
'.. M. l'liisiv, Mn-. IW, Diriili.r.
Mrs. ,1. .N. 1Iho, Principal of Art.
Tuesday Afternoon and Evcningv3cpt, 12
Studie: Room No 7, Patton Block.
Tho music and art-loving public cordially invited. The music and
art you mm oflhu k'IhoI will Unpiul to thu Iwst in the XorthweM.
AsrOD nat3 tXHeh u4 dMcrtMkxj
.MM Mb tl If J
llAAtStkiWtk rm (.
dAt mtt t.r umi m w. . ... -
iliecta Uka iliwitt, MBnnkiirVil3V.
Schcol Time Here
(a f uortia cut i utaioo fr w
mi.-.' a u luvbaUr rcrolkl. Co
ficta iIUm Uiunto Mann Ac
v unuoniir lireKfUfcl MIIr.
ruUtwt or aay rwMiaa y wrsA
17.'. ??'""'" " MIU
Vnd the matter moet iweminu is to have
' Hu' i liililnie eegUt tUFtwl,
.ly tieturo tiatie aro
isumeit. Jlay incooeniiHie. uik
nevji, worry or i-entoal hie i4 Hght Kx
aminations free ol eharg, glawi ailvieod
onlv when lutsKsl.
linng in ymir U. and girla earlv for
t-xauunatkui aixt ln.ilii.tnt n nvury
Good Home Made Bread
U something tint everyone onio)8, and
the bread made from our Gold IKist fiil1
erior family thur gives resulta that the
liHKtt ilainty palate will rtdub. White,
nutritious breads, delicious cakea aixl
; twtwt, a h-ms- ,astrv is what you aro rewarded witb
umlertatwi or ro- when' you no our tioM Dnst Hour. Wr
Jav the tuiMt teas, coffiH, Moor aini
8ict, jmro and unadulterated, to U
found in Salem.
HERMAN W. BAPR S. O.,
US Mate htrert
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