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Sample Linos of Tailor Made Suits!
We will have a full line of the latest styles in
Tailor made suits, direct from New York opened
in our store on
Monday and Tuesday, Sept 25 and 26
This is an excellent opportunity to obtain a' suit
made from your own instructions.
Monday and Tuesday, Sept 5 and 26
Remember the Date,
f Fall Stocks
Have leon tioiirlnir In for week
Nothing lias been left undone to!
make thin More an -ideal nlioppiitft
place. Jwk over tlio lek ol
New Belt and Collar Buckles
f New wasti Veils
f New Fur Capes
f New Plaid Golf Cloths
' New silk Umbrellas
f New chiffon Rufflings
F New blankets and comforts
New ruffled curtains,
J. J.- DALRYMPLE &. CO.
t - 4 S f f t 4
HuvoKonoup, huto l have iKiiilit my
fall tock before the mine, I will continue
to m;II at tlio ikiuiu low price an hereto
fore. Movements or ram uxclinuK.il,
don't forget that He have the thu hlgliiwt
ami bent ttntlpt watch ruK4lrliptirtinuul
Ih thu city nml price tip-to date.
Watch rleanliiK 70
Main HprliiK 7fo
Ami warranted for ono your.
Tonlylitniiil Sunday fair.
Uieyfus It I'ice
To no w here hu plowiofi ; and you are
free tu rmlcvt uiul iy for it winter nripply
of the Unt of tjroceriiirt and provision
from llittimis A Hmiav
has jfhT oi'nsr.i)
h EHVI Er4
Tablets, School Supplies,
Artists' Material, Etc. Pictuic I laminjf in Neat Tasty
Mouldiiijfs. Fancv Aats. Etc. 263 Com'l Street
Wlieii You Want a Corset
Heineinher we have a full Hue of It. tt (i. ami khl iHUhk MHtK tut luiml thai
wo are milluit; itt cmiI to iu. Thirt are nu Iwltur ourmt uiude, and iuhu tlmi
ill Uittur jiite UttMii tt trial.
Our Capes. Jackets and
AroM'lllne fun! If yqu nwwl uny 4 llwwi)tHi will in 1m it $l thltw If ytw
du uo( buy it of tin, we are unking yuu no profit, we only wuut tmM iIimim uut
See Our Dress Goods and
W'a are h1IIiik iiiuii'd hnta und fiiriilnhlii),'i at what we dd for them.
OHLJUIS BROS.& CO.
'' FIRST DOOR SOUTH OP POSTOI'I'ICB,
Lt iw fuuri yotr wlit Ik w hi chouse our houtw. burn, Hop, or ait) thiu 1 1
you h, km twt mtwt.
In fancy fIri. New ilark
shade, In bias lriMg. Iteulur
f 1.35 vitality, our price f 1.00.
for ladle nml t;eiil.
Intent f liajKjn
2 for 25c. a
Place your order now for
your winter, suit. We
show 300 samples of "The
Royal Tailors" O'oods.l
.Wade to order clothes at the
price of stock garments, ki
Ice Not Olven Away.
1 cannot nffonl to ulvu Ice away, hut
4iu MclliiiK u pure nrtlclu at u price that
ih within the reach of all.
ClIVHTAI, IflC WoilKH.
J. Mairuiro, Prop, 0 15 tf
Kllm;erA Ueck,Hucccsors to HouthSalem
All oriliint for lottlod lxsir will bo lllled
at the brewery. Kent on cold Morale,
Frco ulty delivery. Telephone 2IHI.
Ice Veiy Nesily Qlven Away,
We can wlvu leu uwiiy, to convince yuu
conic mill nee imw tiiu u chunk yuu uct
fur little iiiuuey Our Ice Ih miiiiiifitu
turu fruiu pure distilled water.
ciiLllol leu Works,
atf Ill.lNUKK & IlKCIC
Reform School Supplies,
I am mm ready tu receive proMrul
for supplied to ho furnished the Oregon
statu reform school for the quarter end
lllj! UecitmlMiritl, I KIM. A lint of the mill
pi Iim wanted will ho furnished on appli
cation. II. K, lllt'k'tltH,
MhUiiii, Or., Sept. IK IMI IH tf
We are Mill sclliiiu I foil, lurxo second
growth wood fit Ufi ir cord We arc
nut. for New hurt; Pressed lire and Ito
ti tit n llrlek. see the work at thollllhcc
('lull lltlildinn also the New Custom
House, at Portland. U.K. Hbsti kv A
Co., I'lioiie :t0. .Ill) trout tor. Chi-
ins iai.i. i.im oi
Of Willamette and Portland Universi
ties, Will be Ordered
And Old Willamette Will be It." Other
Proceedings of ths M. E.
Sunday, Fept. 21, wa n day long to
be remembered by the Methodist of
.calm and vicinity.
At a. in. occurred the love feat led
by Kev. Klwnrd Oittlns. Ilithop Vin
cent pri-flelied at II a. in. one of 1114
forcible and inaU-rly H.'rnioiiH.
The large choir under thu competent
lwuler.liip of 1'rof. Seley rendere.1 two
MIm IHia White and Mre. St'ley
each rang Iwautiful kiIol
Two young mirilfterw were ordained
to ileaMtiiH prdurp by Illrhop Vincent.
A collection of fM wan ratped for the
18 dinthled proacheni and 0 widows of
preacher of the Oregon confercme.
The memorial H-rvice i.t 3 p. m. in
memory of thofe of thb familieiiof mln
IMit, who have died during the year
wan an IinpreMive nervlco. The tinging
wan led by Itev. S. A. Htarr. Thu
ongn were: "One Sweetly, Holetmi
Thought;" "Hockof Ageij" and "Jenus
Iiver of .My Soul." Ilev. Summurville
offenil l'rayur. Scripture wos read by
Dr. C!uo Hioke In memory of Mora, o
Cline, hod of Hev. and Mrx.C. H. Cliue,
Hev. John l'ariionx nad a beautiful
tribute to thu memory of Ming Mildred
atterx, daughter of Itev. and Mrn. I
A. Wattem, of Sulem.
Iluv.Porilnkoof the faithful Chriiillan
life of Mm. Horner, wife of Hev. I'. It.
Horner, of I'iiIIm City.
Kev. S. A. Starr oko in the higheat
tiruiHof the lute Kev. C. It. Tliiiliiirn(
the young anil excetHlingly promising
pator of Ceuteiiary church I'ortlund
who mi recently aiinwere.1 the tuimmoiiH
to "come up higher."
ATTIIK I'HHMIIYTMIIjtV CHUHTII.
At l:.'W p. in. the I'renbyterian church
wan filled to hear thu Chaiitaiupiit 'w
ier Hervlce led by lllcliop Vincent.
Printed ccricoii were dlntrlliiited and
all took part in the rcFpoiiidve rending
The IHhhup gave a brief and interest
ing outline of tlie Chitiitainpia work.
1. Ah a place it Ih a Hummer ruort
1 1 nt t provide recreation hychiingu of oc
cupation. '2. Ahii mntemen( iirovidiM for i'l
uocciit, rulluing. atliuiifittlng occiiii.itlon
in literature, hclouce, art, and liigher
Hocial life, and wekH to KiriutHltu thwe
with the Hplril of a nyni jmtliutio and
ti. It rcekti to promote thu culture of
I. It xlandri for adult education.
Ti. It BtattdH for Mpulai clucatluu In
wide ranged of tiought.
II. StitudH lor thu home ai. the mint
uiiortaiit and effective twicliingaguiiey.
7. KtaiulM for the true co-otx. ration
of lioiiui with the Hicr.il iiiHtitutloiiN,
the public cchool, the college, the prei,
thu public librury, the public lyceiim
and whatever IhwiiIcm umkcH for the edu
cation of all the eoplr.
H. Ktaudii for HyHteuiutic reading un
der wImi dircctluu of college men.
0. StiiiidH fur the appreciation, clr
culatlioii and right umi of ImkiUm ituinug
10. htitu.bi fur the critical, M'ieiltillc,
literary, ethical, and devotional Mtiidy of
the Holy Scriptiirttii.
11. MiiiiiIh for the true uplrlt and art
( leeching in wide run goo of human
I'.'. Chaiitauipia kIuiiiIh for thu true
'iiirit and art of living in hariuuuy with
the (ulluMt uiifukliugH of truth in the
Holy ScripturiM in nature, hi human
nature, and in ciuncu, art and litera
ture. M'MIIV UVItMMI,
At 11:16 the Kpwurth UtugiicotM, K.
ehiirch, luvitel the Chrlttiau Kndmnnr
of the l'ruMbyteriitiiuhiirch tu meet with
them und hear Mr. Sue Harrington
Cuiidaiid u I'renb) teriau iniMtiouary
fruiu Clilna, The lecture room wax
orowde.1 to Dtamling nxiiu and Mre.
Cttiihdund gave an InterectingaiHiuuiit of
liur wurk im a inwlutd iiilfwliuiury. She
furinurly renkled in Stlem ami Iiuh a
luwt of friemlH hertv. T. S. MeDMiileln,
pr4iliiit o( I'.irlUuwl HUlrlot npworth
i.Mgue, Im Mikehrklly.
At S p. lu. wan held the annual iiiIh
iuimry Hirv itv. 1'mjnr uiu offered b
Itev. II. Oberg. Srlpture rend by ltev.
Momlnger. Tlw wrmmi whh by ltev,
II. W. KelUy. I). I)., of 1'ortktml.
'Hi collection In Oregmi alone fur
HitMlmt during the eitr Jut i'IumhI
itmuuntl t i 1,071 an i in-ream over luxt
year of over 10 r oent.
Musin v MUHMSU.
iMvoUtMutl tuereUw uiwl ln!tnre li
IH.liop VimuU IteHtilar InuMmv fol
low l. Ileporhi of euuiudtte udl.sl fur.
(uiferWH'mtwwardn mjitirteil flWW ap
MrlWl Miuuug the 17 vlainuiutH.
OIImt eoitiuiltH reirU rwid were
on woman' houe muMituiH; Uvuk ami
IKiriodksiW. wHmn' furelii miMouM.
Kpworth Uwgue. chureh stuniuii
ltMJutiuu of uppnvlutUiu and
tlmiikU) HUhop Vliicwt fur Iim ju.t,
kiMtl ami genial prMiklimc.v during thin
OUIltlKWIfe Wri pilel.
A twtutiilttee witii pkMiitnl to hv tu
the HipHirl of Mre. Itaymau.1 of War
ruiituu. She m the only tme rtuiutiiuug
of the curllt uiiNilouaritw tu Orvguu
having htUmnl fur the Method Lt church
hen for M ear. She U neurit rti
yinfugti without relative ami live
ithM) and t a citpple.
Dr. 11. K. HliuMt wa lutnvliu'v.l and
iake brKvlly uf hU book "The Millen
ary Hlatury t4 Orvgun." Kfty vean
tgu the Onigon rt'ufereu.v iiuuttt r
four men ; Wm. Hulmrt. Alvlu Waller.
J. H. WilUur and IUv id llie.
CuuiiiiltttMou ediieutiou remrtei and
rviuutcd that Willamette uniuritv
and 1'oMland unit entity UtetuiMilidatitl
The ciuumitttHi coiiMitl .4 ll.-nrv
Itauiiiim, M. (' Wire, J. dm 1'arMut and
N. 1- Jvukuu.
As no plan was tnentioncd as to where
the school would be located in event of
consolidation or as to the details of such
movement, Dr. 1. I). Driver mode a
speech faying tie would not vote for
anything so indeflnate and as is his
custom becoming quite emphatic In hS
langunee. it was seen a debate was to
follow, and by vote of the conference the
room was cleared of all trsoni not
members of the Ixxly.
Secret tfioii aitjourned at 12 in. to
meet again it 1 :30 p. m.
rrtland university men as gool as
mlmit that they are alxiut gone under
but would like to lie let down as easy as
In event ol the consolidation the onf
Khool will be Willamette university
and It will remain at Salem.
Conference will adjourn at 2 p. m. and
attend the oen!ng exercises at Willam
ette university, lltshop Vincent and
Dr. J. K. Morris will deliver addresses.
Klgth dtaii Will Be Put Into the Lin
The repairs and ialiitlng of the school
house have nil beu flnished up, and
they are cleaned hi good condition for
the coming school seaon. The Improve
ments lu general will Ihi appreciated by
loth pupils and teachers.
School will ojiun on Monday, October
2. Superintendent Yoder will le at hii
olllce, In the I'ast school building,
where he can Iw found regularly from
There will ls n teachers' mrcting on
next Saturday, nt thu Hast school, mid
all teachers are requested to lie present
for thu transaction of such business as
may be of interest beforu the oeuiug of
The Hlgth grade will be added to the
South school, and sonic other .changes
may ; made.
All school children can now register at
their resectivu schools and will not
have to go to the clerk's olllce.
We are buying or storing all classes of
uraln at our w uro houses at Salem and
Macletiy. Wheat prices range from 4l)c
down to IlOc kt bushel.
A.M. Humi'IIIikv V Co.
K ITCH llX-liO WKItSOX. A 1 1 o'clock
Sunday afternoon, In Stuyton, at the
homo of Dr. und Mrs. J. M. Kitchen,
parents of tlio bride, Miss Dcauu W.
Kitchen, of that city, nml Fred It.
Ilowcrsox, of Salem.
The groom Is house physician nt the
Saluui hospital. Thu ynungcotiplo w 111 re
side lu this city.
MITCHi:i.I.-l'i;i.l.KI At the bride's
home In l'ruithiiul, tit 8 p. in. Thurs
day, September 21, lHIKi, Misi Klizu
Imth Fuller, to K. M. Mitchell.
The cerumony was performed by Iluv.
(I. 1". West, of thu MctlKMlist ehuruli.
l'lie griNim is the teucher nt Haysvlllu.
CII.MNHSS-At their home at Silver
ton, Oregon, on Siptemlwr III, 1MS.I,
to Mr. ami Mrs. K. (). Clmniiuw, a
'Hie mother wits formerly M!h Kiln
Itityhuru, of (orviilll.
Mrs, John V.
the home of Mr. and
Murphy, in North Sa
ck ii. m.. on Sitiirdav.
September '.fit, of spinal ineiilnglllH,
Victor Hunt llrooks, age.1 2 years, II
inoutliH audit davN, the eldest child of
Mr. and Mrs, l-Muurd A, llrouks.
IIOWHIlS,OX-On the 'JAth Inst., nt
the home of the Mrent at the
corner of Thirteenth and Mission
streets, in Sulem, Ariuin,
sou of KnuicU (i, and I.llllaul.. Ilowei
Usox, ugml yrs o imw 17ds. Dismtse
membranous diarrhea. The funeral to
morrow at 2:tl0 p. m. at the liou
llurlal hi Iturnl Cemeterv
CUOAKS AND DRESSES
Lndl.tH, sou aholau nnnulu
uii tiiainiiy nt noiveraon'tt.
taken today nml tomorrow
When you juit up at the Old Pt Olllce
stable. Wir team Is well fel and
gnximeil and if vou newl a rig vhi get
what cuu be depeudel on (Milium A
Urown. ti-aft i..u.d.
Fortunately for our eiwtiuneni mir
utiHik uf II.Mir ami provisions linve nbt
lieuu Injured lv llru-lHit ure fr.wli. (Mil
in insMHitnml Wve y.Hir order. Ilmu
mmi A Itufdtii. u ,HM.
llicro will lie it
itoru rrlday evening tsuiiiiiencldg
Jod. Muvnhh A Suss.
State Fair Closed
Not linnet to get a dinner at the fair
grounds, but ample prvanttiou is made
etiohdu) tu give all w Ito Kttrouie us u
Km1 meal at
I'lIK WoMIkH ItKirVl'KWT.
KADY KDIt YOU - Oar
and for Men, Women and Children In ull urailos. are the talk uf
lot, uf folks theM) tluyi. Wo never fall to convince anyone of the
fact that wo have linna-t u'tKxN. at llvlntr prlcat. Our Uiyn and
ulrU Scluiol Macks, our Mackintoshes fur men und women, hlc lines of
l'ii(lcreur, II imlkerchlefs, Nutleimuf all kinds, etc., aro oapturluu' the
tridc We ll at the lowest rocket prices for cash only.
Coil, hen's lleecod unilorwcar, 10
up; ltuun'it infant's vtoil vesu, all
ptue; llov'it ileecetl vutsumt draw
er; Children' union nulls, 23a;
Ladies' llccccit unrterwojtr, IS;
Ladic t extra chk! iletwnl, iio up;
Ladies union Mills, nil price; Kxtra
larwe nu undent oar fur llo&tiy tmlles
cotton and wool; Ladles' w.kiI and
C4lruere hoe, all prlcef; Ladles'
heavy lleoced hose, ISc; Ladies' line
iWeccd. ribbed top. 26c. Children's
tlevcctt, Ko; Htbued sohuil luve 10,
IS, 17. k -Hie smoothest quulitlet
we vo ever shown
MKNS underwear in all tirades.
iC up. i-otton and wool, Mackiu
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
i i iimmii
A Force of Men at Work Putting It
Its Disposition Not Yet DetermineJ O.i
Wheat to Ce Received at the
The pyramid of wheat left on the site
of the burned warehouse and mill is now
being socked up preparatory to.oine
illsoitioti thereof, which has not yet
been determined upon.
The Insurance companies gave their
consent that the milling company take
change of the wheat and do whatever
could bo be done for its present prefer
rat ton, ami under Mr. Wilcox' Instruc
tion" Manager Holland lias a force of
men at work.
A force of men were ut work on Sun
day pulling to pieces the w reck of the
big flouring mill rtre. The thick walls
of the bill", which were left standing,
were charred all over and in many
nlaies still burning. Much of this waj
torn to pieces and scattered over the
street and the fires extinguished. Today
the work of demolition is still proceed-1
ing The fragments ate lieing dragged
out by horse paw er, loaded on trucks J
and taken away. I
Thu work of sacking the piles of
wheat ut the ruins of the mill and ware-i
houe was commenced yetenLiy, and it
force of aliout ItO men wai put on this
morning, sacking with scoop shovel),
socks haying been obtained from Port
land. The bfns in the north end of the mill
building were not elevated from the
ground, as wore tho'o in the warehoili-o,
and they werecotnurutivcly whole, lly
chopping a hole through thewullne.tr
the ground, the contents of one of tlue
bins were drawn off 'uto sacks hi pretty
There is much lire aliout the premises
still and the entire wreck seems to be
smoking. Many hot little llres are eat-1
lug away in different places, but it U
thought better to let them alone than to
turu any more water Into the wheat.
The big pile of wheat is full of heat,
and much of it is to hot to Iwur the i
hand on after it Is sucked.
There has been a rumor current that i
the farmers intended to demand of the !
milling eoiuKiuytlie full amount of their
wheat, on thu theory that a warehouse
company is fully responsible for wheat
on storage. There scorns to be uothg in
this, however, us it could not be verified.
A good legal authority, who has liecii
employed by many of the farmers to
hsik (Hit for thulr interests, says that lu
his opinion a claim of this kind could
nut l enforced ; that in the warehouse
receipt given there i a special provis
ion exempting thu comtauy from liabil
ity In ciim) of lire; that in the eases
where the farmers had not vet received
their receipts, but only hold their
weight tickets:, the common prttcthc of
warehouse men would govern.
As s.sin as the K)werouii Is nit in.
the coiiiKtnr will commence receiving
wheutut the lower mill. A donkey en
gine will Im used tuniorurily, until the
Hume mil he tlxed up, and the company
will Ih) ready to commence receiving
wheat about the middle of this week.
CLOAKS AND DHESSES.
Lntllos. aoo choloo samples now
on display nt Holvarson's Orilurs
taken today nntl tomorrow.
Chan. F. Mack. I'ralrio City
ii ..... r I
Card, Oruttun City; Harney May
ey .iiny, uiirrif
bun:: .V ti. lalrclillos.
.n. . itutier, .Monmouth dco. I.
tilaer, Denver; John K. AIiImiII,
Aurunt;(ieo. ll.ColliiiH and wife, I.d
Ian; Juiiicn M, Ilerry, So, Omaha; It.
Smyth; T. Cullender, t", V.. tirahnm.
VhfcaKo; K. (1. Ilaldit, I.. Kull
Flint J. H. Foster, San FranciM.,
IoiiIm Freiiud, 11, II. Kline, New 'York;
SundertMm ltcek, Juliun Uiw,j. V.
Strclt. I). Uaiinu, It. J. I.imlen, II. M.
tlntut, It. M. It. W. lleiiuumau, II. A.
lirwiltlue, J. It. liuijera, r. ihompAou,
V. S. DyKurt. Thou. ColleiiMHi, It. II.
WiUon, J. F. O'lMiuell, lleiij. Utx,
Stolen fruiu the corner .( State and
Commercial ntrcetn, Saturday night a
a No It) ltuiublur Hieycle, No. HM1.
Uwvo ut ltoveduro SaliMiu. I.iUral re
ruwitnl und uutpiuntiuun unketl.
Hurry and Woiry.
You inny have to hurry to catch
cur but m n.v.1 nut worrv, ou will'
llnd ytuir dinner well cooked and ready j
wlicn vou ct down to the
White Hoiiih Itetanntnt
IIa.ultou Hruwu Shoes for the mIioo1.
COTTON HLAN'KCT.S - (Jot u
blotter pile than laslswtsun.aud the
trade attain eurryliiL' lliem ..if In
quantities, -lie a pilr up, fur the
kinds you tun use. Wlilto, ray
ami tan, all values.
Watoli our windows f(,r ioods and
price. North wlruinw has some
very otiolco valuos Id underwear
AHOUT II1CYCLKS - We have
a few soaps in .HtMiily used wheels
for mon that are very cheap. A
ladles special in excellent uape for
13 Sundries of all kinds uood
line lu mock Carbide lu uuU 2lt.
We have them from 54 up, Our special is a good ser
viceable suit for S5j gives universal satisfaction, In boys'
and childrens' clothing we carry an immense line from
the cheapest to the best,
Our fall stock is now complete, Fine lines of dry goeds
at lowest prices, teelrod umbrellas, elegant lines, from
50c. up, Rubbers, mackintoshes, trunks and valises
FRIEDMAN'S NEW RA6KET,
Cor. Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore.
st all timet.
We carry a full line of
Call and examine our line.
h State Sired.
Good Home Made BrcaJ
In MHiietluii that cvervniieeiiki), and
the bread maile fruiu our (I1 biift fii
erior family tl.mr pvei restilt-i that the
mo-t dainty wlte will rehh. White,
nutritiotiri breNiIx, ileluiouM cuken and
inn-try in what vou are reward..! with
J' I'" voutfeourliold Dun Hour. We
have the tlnwt l. eiffft-en. Hour nml
Hict, pure and unadulterated, to Ih
fimnd in Salem.
124 Bute nt Telephone 51
The Eloquent Eye
"- "Ullu" -yv-
Souietunen u iU ower; it mods help
to thiiin clo-elv,
I .v tkiutxi optician win tet the evtw
free of eliartjt and Mceurutuly adjitst
1 kIusmv to suit the sight. If you can le
fitted from the laiye assormwit kejrt in
J sUvk it will U a matter of but a few
minute to do so. If clagMk) iiiunt 1-e
made it w ill take a few daye.
If anv one i eed Klassositliil l too tour
to jmv a mo.1. rate price, we will w t ke n
disomnt or in mime cuhm jtrvM-nt tliutn
HERMAN W. BARR S. O..
(iraduate Optician US State St
Kill Two Uirds With One Stone.
While takiug a holiday to attend the !
ra.r iirvn jwri (H iim HUM to Mlt
llolimin x.lrv ifooiU sttuv. Tlie propiel
or and clurk will be k-U.1 to si joti.
the) euj fhowim; tlm flue mU. The
weather will kwu U ooo), wWt a uw
cape or u ket for your w ife and daugh.
The boy mutt be cloiiieil for schf.J
thuuvouropimrtuniU' to get Ummi a
new suit, lit ami unce jwamml
la.ies. ak 'o m thelNt Melt Wmis
lrn, tutthiig ww. A full line of dry
goods bought Air cask to be sold for
cash at prices to give MttfitetMw.
.T , w- ..
JU7 Cowweretal staet.
V r watrr inektuK ami cMaavas. also
s.ullrft Hrvu tntpxs W t-wale
WriUt a in. jx n
' I ilijjiliif cot;
wwrrinfniiniii tpiihimh wnwimi,rtTn2!y'"M- "mii)
There never has boon n cigar phiced'on any
market that has given the universal satifac
lion that tliotnice,sweet, fragrant, aromatic
I La Commerc?,
aregivlni: to the fastidious moker. They
arc pure, that's sure. All dealers sill them.
A. fliOCKENSTEIN, Propp.
Old Ar. Fogy
I'oe-i not lielieve in mlvort Intiivr a profeion
Young Ak. Entuupuise
Hat conllilcnce in the
University College of Miisic
And wuntD nil theieope to know that it i
The Best in the West.
I'lione 2iilil for Cutalogue, or mhlrei-i
Francesco Sele , Dean, Salem, Ore.
INTER-STATE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC.
Mrs. Elfa finders Willman
Oter lut National Hunk.
iano Forte playing, Harmony, Theory .mJ Class
Studio bourn from U to 12 nml '2 lori.
FINK XKW IMAXOS IX STUDIO I'OK
U M. KIRK
64,50, &. 58
Grain, Hay, Flour, Mill Feed, Building Material.
Lime, Cment, Plaster etc,
Grain, Hay and Straw stored
rrompt and careful attention yiv
OLINGER and RIGDON
Undertakers and Hmbalmers.
We wih to nnnounce to the general imbhc that we have piirchaMHl tl. t
elejjunt and in.iiitllcaut funentl car, of latest dwicu, nml ure therefore lu a l""
tioii to handle funentln in n much Mtvr manner than heretofore, und will. . "i
n'iie. We have louu felt that Sulem, being tlio capital city of n Kfi " '''','
Mhottld lie up to date in tli manner of humlliiit; fuiieniln, and wo have tl r i- re
MMrednoexiieniu purcliunini: the car. It was built bv the Juiiim t'uiin " jI '"
to., Itohef3ter, New York, wImIuiI.1 the tlnent vehielun lu the I'nitol -v
bile thin in not the mot exwn,iv' fuuerul car ever built, ntlll it in the lilt
imi'ivl i jrw.iii.
Wtftonlmlly invite all 1 in-iHH-t our
give un liberal jKitronage
W, NORMAL COLLEGE OFMUSIC UNO ART
Z. M 1'vrmn,
.vih j .. iiuovvN,
-v , t-v
i-r. , A r
Studie: Room No. 7. Patton Block.
The music ami art-loving pub) cordially invlttil. The music and
art Doorx-a ofthis m-Ik4 will ! cpwl to the best In the Northwest,
We have just
Ever brou lit
They are the
WILSON AIR TIGHT HEATERS.
The latest pattern of the best
Air Tight Heater in the Market
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
en to the delivery of
goods to anv pit
facilities, and when necessity reU r , t
OUN'liKU A llliilN
Miim. Ioc . Director.
l'rinci4tl of Art.
and Eveningv?ept, 12