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Ruben s Vest
(or tlio b.ibv. No outgrowing it in six
months. Uno safety pin in tliu bark
liolllft tilt VI'Ht ill llllU'O.
CHILDKHNS' UNION StTlT.S-25c n
suit in pretty cheap. Hotter onus lit
llATTKNIlCltG JillAID AND HEAD
ING .1 widths nl 15o pur do yards.
Heading nt 10c jut doz yards.
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WH i IiLji"irTl I U li w
We are headquarters for
For Skirts Waists, Children's
Dresses, Golf Capes, etc
Plain and Rough effects in all
the latest colorings
lO I KJ
J. J, DALRYMPLE L CO.
a$ ' I Bll ' IpJSHMB
! Hain't Seen Yc Good h Ten
I More! (iriilnlpii sms when he goes
fitiin my stout after uu have tested his
eyesight anil fitted It with glasses that
practically glvo him a mm- pair of eyes.
I will tent your eyesight fieo, ami give
you uiti genuine picusiiroot seeing tilings
an yon did In your yontu when your oyus
linvu ii pnlr of my oyiulussoM or spec
taeles adjusted to tbuin.
Oculists pcrserlpllnn a specialty, all
Twenty Years Lxporlonco.
'UUUOOVf VtlCWOIAt, 3V.
Tonight ami Wednesday fair,
v,y vkj jW 'r
Book Store, 263 Commercial st.
Ruler. Book Clovers and Blotter tfiwn to all children buy
ing supplies of me.
Wo have just
Thoy aro the
WILSON AIR TIGHT HEATERS.
The latest pattern of the best
Air Tight Heater in the Market.
Oct, SUU Mid Liberty
; Best Hose
SILK TIES AND STOCK COLLAUS
JiiBt from New York. The latest In
(JOLF PLAIDS 51 inches wide, IHucs,
Greens and Hrowns, f2.25,
SCOTCH PLAIDS ill all tlio Clnn colors
SCOTCH PLAID SUITINGS II Inchon
wide Clan colors, $1.25.
UMUKKLLAH Si inch schoo Um
brella, lOo. 24 Inch scliool Umbrella,
50c. 20 Inch Indies Umbrella 75c. to fit.
rrs-, rv f
sDO Y L-JJ
Ice Not Given Away.
1 cannot afford to give ice away, but
am selling n puro artlclo nl n price that
ih within tliu reach of all.
Ciivhtai, I in Woiikm.
J. Mogulru, Prop. (I 15 tf
Klingerft Ueck,Successors to SouthSalem
All orders forlmltlod beer will liu fll'ed
At the brewery, Kent on cold Murage,
Frio city delivery. Telephone '.Mill,
Ice Vety Neatly Olven Away,
Wo can ulvo lea away, to convince you
roino mill sou now big a chunk you got.
nir nine money, uur icu ih uiuiiiirau
t tiro f nun purodlNtlllcd water.
diftllul Ice WorkH,
-3lf Kr.iNdint ,t Hkuic
II. Ilruwn, who has heretofore been of
the II mi of I II Hutu V Ilrowu in the
old imstnlllco stable lmo withdrawn
from the llrm and the business will
hereafter lid conducted by 15. ('. (lib
Thus. Skiptun, of this city, accompan
ied by Mr. and Mrs, E. Kkiptou, left t
lay for ImiwIsvIIIo, Ohio, tu visit their
old home and fileuds, after an alwenco
of III years. They were accoiuaul(il bj
I', I.. Uitourette.
Sis. Salem, Oro.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
i; Dicymnii Is in Portland,
Hon. Win. Waldo, Is in Portland.
Kov. G. AV. Grannla was In town to
day. It. M, Hallard, ol Sllvcrton, was in
. Finnic 0. linker, of Portland, wnM In
Dr. J. S. Rott. of Oervnlg, wan in
tho city today.
George F. Ilojccri! is in Woodlmrn
Atlornoy General Itlnckburn returned
to lay from LuImiiioii.
Senator John I). Daly of Oorvalllx,
wan In tho city today.
Geo. Sly, of tlio Salem Iron works,
wont to Portland today.
O.K. Wont and family went to Port
land today on bucliiofH.
J. I!. Moran of .Monmouth was in
town today on buclnocH.
Mr. and Mm, Ucnjamin of (lervals
word Salem vlftitorM today.
Mr. mill Mm. J. F. Ooodo and daugh
ter went to Portland today,
Attorney J. Ii. Llntliloomlw, of Port
land, was in the city today.
W. V.. Ilridewell of .Monmouth waH a
Salem biiflnecH vlnltor today.
Pont ollice liiHicctor Knight U in the
valloy looking over tliu olllcen.
Itoberl Donaldcou and family of Sid
ney were Salem vinitorn today.
Mr, Golllu and daughter Ida of (ier
vair were Salem visitors today,
0. K. White and X. A. GrilllN went to
Polk county today on biiHlnecM.
Dainy I), Hunt and Alico ii. Pike, of
Zena, were In Salem today xhopplng.
Mtm. Frank StileH and Hon, of DuIIiih,
were in town today vlnltlng relntivisH,
Joliu W. McKiuncy In again about the
Btroctft, after n two week xiogo of llluefH,
.fameH Joiiim of Independence came in
on IiIh wheel today to do Home chopping.
K. Ilofer ami family returned today
from a vIhIi to relatiycH in Chicago and
Mr. and MrM, K. Maiden, and daugh
ter of Silverton, were Salem vlnltorH
MIhh Morgan .Meroilck, will vinlt In
Portland for a few diiyn, going down via
boat IIiIh niornlmr.
Mrn. K. June and diiiighterri, .Minn
Ilattleaml Mrn. K. M. Young were iu
Siilcin to do Hhopilug,
.Mr. and Mrn. .1. W. Duretto left for
Portland (IiIh morning, where they will
take iu tho exhibition.
Mlwi Clara Scott, ono of S.ClomVi cor
of teaeherri, 1m iu Portland for a few iluyn
vIhH among IIiowIkhiIh.
W. W. Ullreydiove Harry Hi in iiioiih,
of Portland, to Staytou thin morning,
returning via Wiwt Sclo.
Mm. (leucen and daughtem, Martha
and Marie, and Hon IiiiIh, of Pratum,
wore Salem vlHltorM today,
K. U. IIannen drove to Durry to meet
the o o'clock train to Portland t IiIh morn
ing with Home iHtwongor.
Mlm Klla Welch, a primary toucher Iu
the Lincoln Hchool, Iiiim returned from a
vacation vinlt with Portland friend.
W. II. Ilolmou'ri family ban moved in
to the city from Staytou, ami are occu
pying their cottage on Kant State struct.
Joe Duttou ami family of (NirvalllH
are iu the city to puiohiifo a niiiiiII tract
of garden laud homewhere near Salem.
Mr, and Mix. .Imnox Simoutoii and
daughterH Katheriue and l'liueiice of
Itickreall were In Salem toady Nhopplug.
.1. (i. llutler left for Iowa thin morn
ing where he will look up old acquaint
ance. .Mr. llutler liven lu Wont Niiom.
It, .1, Viiinlnu,of Newlnirg, who has
been lslliug at the home o ,1. W,
Hew ley, leturuetl to IiIh home thin morn-
Mm. Taylor a'nd uhlldreii weutto Port-
laud thin morning. Thoy were part of
the remaining laip plokmw left lu thii
Mrn. II. I.iimu, win) lam m vUltlng
nt the home of 0. II. Pftmnlg hilt thin
morning for her home at Armstrong,
.1. A. SlinmoiiH ami T. J. Ulauu of
Wheatland were In tuwu today on IiuhI
new. Ileeiuue iu to arninge fur dig
Mtiug uf hU boW.
A. ProttHitt, who linn lieeu biting bin
family for a Nhurt time, returiiMl ttnlay
to Wiulook, Waxli., where he ih en
nagAHl in the hi w mill biulueMi.
T. S. llurrougliH, the plumber, went
to KoMiburg today, where he ban the
contract for putting the heating plant
into Dough! ctHiuty'n new court hoiuo.
Mrn. Strong, mother of the new pre!
lent of the State uulverJty, lain ihiiuo
nit from New York to make her home
.it liugeue and wan met at Portland hut
night by Prat. Strong,
S, A, MvCull eamo iu tnlay from hi
farm in Unn county. Mr. McCull will
mov to luni in a few week with liu
family when ht will dWoo of bio pixij
erty and return to Oregon.
It. Murv'h and I., (i. Wlasder, who
have Ikhmi looking over laud iu thy im
mediate vicinity of Salem with a view to
loeating, lelt fur their Ihiiuim iu The
Dalle thin morning.
Uo. tieer lelt for Chicago tulay, ac
coiHpjiiUrtl by ktalT olllcer Col. SjHiiuvr
and Col. Jtiokneu. to attend tlio ero
iiwultM of tin) laying ol the comer ktoue
of the now Chicago ptwtullU'o.
Chut, ljiteurotto, who bad Ihhui eon
itedtAil with the Ooof Mute ocIkhiI for
thre year, left tltU nftvriuHMi fur hi
home In Mlulilguu. Mr. ltourettw '
on in u farm nr Gun laiko, Mili aud I
will dipoeo ol It ami return to Oregon. '
lilltor l"kitohr went to Portland thU
afternoon to meet hU ltor-iu-Uw, Mi
Hmmu Mooru, of Prince lUlwanU,
lahllld. She UUClXUIIlMUilHl frui lUw-
I tn y Mio I'aiy, binerm kv v
la! who will nuke Jirrliuixc m Nilcn.
Has Cleaned Up a Thoueand a
Month for Twenty Months.
Tho ImpplcHt man on tho local train
today wax L. I). Carlo, Iraund for IiIh
homo at Koeobiirg after a 20 months'
stay iu tho Klondike milieu. Ho looked
fat and rosy, was drepced in n new suit
of clothes and woro some valuable stone?
and Jewelry set in tho gold of his own
Ho left Gold Hill, 111 mild from Daw
son, Sept. 4, coming out lu 15 day,) over
tho railroad route. llo cleaned up
about fL'O.OOO during his titay, 11,000
lu diiHt going Jnt ahead of him for ex
hibition iu the First National bank of
Kocbtirg, In which hois a stock holder.
He has a Iteautiful collection of nuggets,
some choice ones worked up Into jew
elry for his wife, daughter and grand
daughter. Mr. Carlo is well known as an insur
ance solicitor In Southern Oregon. Ho
helped organize tho Farmers Ins. Co., of
Albany, and was connected with tho
State Ins, Co., of Salem when it wns de
stroyed. He recently met John Single
ton and Krncst Wagner of Salem and
says they own somo good mining claims.
Mr. Carle says the Gold Hill claims
have not been one-sixth worked. The
Klondike district yielded revenue off
about 17,000,000 gold taken out this year,
and it is estimated that revenue Is col
lected on about one-fourth of all that
comes out. Ho asked a great many
how long tho minus in that part of
Alaska would bo worked with profit
and the general impruslon Is about
llo came out with one of tliu Kerry
Pros., who brought out '.'200 pounds of
dust. Dawson, Louse town and vicinity
has .'5,000 population and there is ample
provision for nil against suffering. Two
private hcIiooIh run thii summer, tuition
f 10 a mouth for children. Tho Cana
dians propose to start a public school
tills winter If there aro enough children.
Thure aro children coming iu via uvery
Comes to Oregon.
Mrs. Grace Allbright ami little son
arrived t slay for a visit to Dr. Cathey,
her uncle at Woodlmrn. Mrs. Allbright
is a proiiiiuaut osteopathic physician
from Fowler, Ind., and will locate at
Portland. She Is iu graduate of the now
school of nuu-uicdicul treatment of
diseases that hat become quite opular
lu the east, and that Is curing many
hitherto considered incurable (IIhikhuh
and deformities. Mrs. Allbright, who
Is as bright as her name, says of the now
"It is based upon Iho proposition that
man's Ixuly Is a machine and that p.ilu
ami disease aro simply the creaking and
abmormal product of the running of the
disordered mechanism of thelsxly, need
ing a machinist to tlx and adjust them,
IiimI itu lilt tiulllil mil' rilluii- liltliill Itlit I
VS lib this done, the creaking will cease.
normal smooth running will be resumed
,,,l il. .l ,,,,,1 .lly,u,t,,r.. ,.,, Tl.
hands aro the only tools roouirud; no
liiMirni.'.oMtM. no knlfo. no droes.no faith
"It Is not inasxige or Swedish mnyo'
meiit, electricity or magnetism; flair
voyauceor occultism; but plain, cotm
inon seiiso iiiiutomloal engineering."
The Oordon Highlander.
Kuglandis making up her army hi j
"""; "i ' i
South Africa ol such veteran tnsivs as
the G irtlnn Highlanders, tin Second
b.itallion of whom sailed from llombny
on Saturday. "Gordon" almost stands
as a generic iiome for gallantry, mid all
who come under Its Inlluence are ipiick
ly affected by Its characteristic spirit of
dare-devil ry. The storming of Dargul
ridge during the Indian uprising two
yearn uno Is well romomlicrcd, ami lu
many an equally
thrilling venture the',
gallant Gordons have playml a Mrt
notably iu India, where they havoltcon
known since the days of the terrible
TlpHH), 111010 than a tentury ago, and
where the Victoria CriMt-os held b them
luivo lieon won. The elan Gordon have
been lighters all their days. Colonel
Dlck-Cuuyngham, eoinmamler uf the
Second butulllon, won the Victoria
Gross by a display of herokui which In
spired the Gordons to a victorious
charge near Cahul lu 1878.
Three Old Spoils.
It, l Shultou and his two dogs went
after "Chinas" Sunday morning uud suo
cecded iu bagging eight Hue birds in
alsmt an hour. Mr. Sheltou says
the birds are lu the Iwst condition this
your that ho has over teen them, the
mutt being very white and tender
Now is the tlmo to fatten your hogs by
feeding them damaged wheat furMilo at
the Salem Hearing mills. 10-U-tt
WILL PAY YOU
To go to Wiggin's Bazaar any time to look
, around. If you're nut ready to buy, it costs
. you nothing and you won't feel out of place, for he never
' makes unpleasant for any one by urging them to buy.
Hamilton Brown shoes.
I All kinds of underwear.
! Wool and cotton bweatcrs.
Men's, women's and children's mackintoshes.
j Hosiery, notions and kitchen lines.
WIGGINS' BAZAAR, 307 Com.
Tho Admiral was JAhond or Tlmo
As Usual and Thus Avoldod
When the train which carried Dewey
to Washington had reached Iho Iwrder
of the district of Columbia n commit
teo presented the admiral with tlio free
dom of tho city. Admiral Dewey's reply
was as brief nnd characteristic as nil of
his other speeches liavo been:
"I want to thank you vory much, my
friends," he mid, "for this testimonial
of your regard. It is true tlmt, as long
as I live, and I hopo to live a long tlmo
cheers, I Intend to live Iu Washington.
I thank you again for this expression."
Then dropping tho lone of formality
In which this bad been uttered, hoex
tended his hands and said heartily:
"Now I want to see my friends. Char-
He, old Iwy, how are you?" and ho
grasped C. C. Glover by the hand and
wont tlirouuli the party, shaking tlio
hands of all who woro within reach.
Dewey was oscorted to tho White llout-o
and, after meeting tlio president
jiroildentjiu viewed tho parade from
tho stand on Pennsylvania av
enue. It was 0 o'clock when tho fa
tigued recipient of tiio day's ilcinonstni'
tions reached the residence of Mrs,
Washington McLean, the mother of the
Democratic candidate for governor of
Mrs. McLean welcomed the admiral
and turned over the house to him for his
use during his stay In Washington.
.Mrs. McLean and tho members of the
family then left, going to her country
residence. Heuuvoir. In tho suburbs of
The admiral had arrived Eooner than
wns oxjvcctod, and before n crowd had
collected. Presently the people surged
iu on all sides, am) for somo time
would not believe tho olllcer, who said
the admiral was Inside. A band came
tin Mid serenaded the admiral, crowd
eheered ami cheered and llnally Dewey
appeared at tho window and bowed his
acknowledgments. Cries of "speech,"
"seoeh," were heard on every side, but
met with no response.
Luncheon was served at 0 :!10 o'clock,
and then the admiral retired. The
crowds Honored about tlio house for
A LIVE WIRE
III- Axani'llllril l'rr lu (lie Journnl
GitAvrs Pass, Or., Oct. .'!. F. L.
Moon, electrician and light man In the
employ of the Grants Pass Water, Light
V Power company, was killed shortly be
fore it o'clock last evening, while work-
"'K '" "'" ,u,w " ,w" i"ici
account of tho recent lire. A n.uhsago
'had been sent to the electrician not to
tu.n on the current until 0 o'clock, but
It did not reach him before the regular
time for turning on tho lights. After re-
'ceiving the shock, Moon hung for an In
1 stunt on tho crossbeam, mid then fell
' foremost to the street, a dli-tunco of
fully 30 feet. Medical aid was immed
iately called, but ho was Wyond all
help. Mr. Moon had lived iu Grants
Puhh for VI viars. Ho was alwut M
...,...,. ,..., .....i iu,t .. wif0 und son of
years 01 ii
llo was a member of the A.
Tho hslge has already taken
charge of tho remains.
Shot by a Mexican.
My Anaut'llllrU I'rra to tlir Journnl.
Ki. Pasco, Tex., Oct, II. Kd O'Con
nor, 11 prominent merchant, was lu a
saloon when four drunken Mexicans
onturvd. One iiisolentlv brushed
li;Bt O'Connor, who promptly knocked
him down. A shot was 11 ml and
O'Connor fell, wounded iu the head.
Tho Mexican who is cuppowd to have
llrcd the shot, ran from the saloon and
was shot tit live times by a policeman,
biitoeoapod, If captured he will Ih
lynched. Four othur Mexicans have
Governor Geer today pardoned Chas,
Montgomery, who was sentenced to .two
years' Imprisonment for complicity iu
the lauld grave roblsjry at Portland.
He had served a year lu tlio Portland
Jail and a year and .four mouths iu thr
statu prison, and was 110 doubt entitled
to his liberty.
Mrs, ,. F. Moody and Mr. and Mrs.
K. P. McCornack aro in Portland for a
few s days,
FOU SALK A good young inaro for
sale aheap, liroke double or single.
Apply at 5 12 Front street. 10 3 3t
We have them from $4 up, Our special is a good serx
viceable suit for $5 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 goods
at lowest prices, Steelrod umbrellas, elegant lines, from
50c. up, Rubbers, mackintoshes, trunks and valises,
Cor, Commercial and State streets, Salem, Ore
Business Being Transacted
at the Coutt
JiidgelUurnett adjourned department
No. 1, yesterday afternoon, having closed
the docket. The regular October term
will begin .Monday, October 0.
Iu the matter of the estate of Chas. L.
Jones, tho final account of W. C. Hub
bard, administrator, was accepted nnd
tliu administrator discharged,
Geo. W. Palmer and Marlon Palmer,
administrators of tho estate of John II.
Palmer, to John Ultimo, 17 acres, t ft !! r
Lucy Hall to liertha Caples, 100 acres,
Fm in a Howo and Thos.Howu, to John
Illume, two-thirds of an ucro iu lieuj.
Cleaver d I c, in .Alt. Angel, tllil.
M. liutala to John Illume, LI I acres
lu Mt. Angel, $252.
Befure thi Coutt,
There is an examination today before
the Supreme court of candidates for ad
mission to the bar from one o'clock to
live. Following persons appeared to be
admitted to practice iu the courts of Or Or
eeon: Flfred II. Freeksen, Albany; L. K.
Latouretto, Oregon City; Frank G.
Miclielli, Uosoburg; Lyndon C. Nor
repin, Medford; Owen M. 'm. Diiyn,
Ceburg: It. A. Letter, Portland and
Forrost S. Fisher, The Dalluo., appeared
and were examined as to their knowl
edge of tin law and tho applications weie
taken under advisument.
Alfred II. Freorkon, Allmuy; W. J.
Warren, G. L. Field, Curtz, Sun Fran
cisco; Owen Van Duyn. Coburg; Will
Garrett, Arthur J. Collier, L. K. IjU
ourette, F. S. Fisher, It. A. Loiter, W.
P. Liudler, Fred Hoto Dr. C. T. Smith,
.1. LmiIhaou, Dr. A. MiiMurclll A, J,
l.oland, Pol t land; W. A.Oruuigcr, St.
Louis, Mo John D. D.ilv, Cervallis:
De Umcey Stone, New York; A. J.
Giumlmaii, Milwaukee, Wis.; A.
Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Smith, Hornells
ville, N. Y J. I), llusby. Mrs. P. N.
Schneider, A. N. Ikiylan, W. O. Nlsley,
(ieo. lllair, Portland, A. M. Powers, Chi
cago, III., K. A. Hill, I). Frolley, Irliy,
Maliel Whitney, Wtsidburn.
II Akam'liitnl l'rrn lu tlir Jonruiil.
Miinti-kmnk O., Oct. 3 Albert Mod
illey, who bus been miming from his
home at Marlon, Ind., for nunc time,
was found hre in a pitiable condition
and almost stai vod. lie had been kid
napped by four tramps who were hold
ing him for a reward. They had stood
guard over him constantly, but all four
went to sleep when the boy oecupod,
Sad News tor a Volunteer,
Mr AaaovlMtnl I'rrii lu Ilia Jiiiirnill.
Mi'NciK, Ind., Oct. !!. Francis Stokur,
a veteran of the Mexican and Civil wars,
dropped dead Sunday evening. His
son, Kverett, now coming home from
the Philippines, will learn of his fathur's
death and that of his bethrotluM, Mica
Hdlia Kegel, at Chicago, simultaneously.
That Joyful Keeling.
With tho exhilarating seuso of renew
o.l health and strength and Internal
cleaullno.v, which lollows tho use ot
Syrup of Figs, Is unknown to tho few
wliu huvo not progressed beyond the
old-tlmo medicines and tlio cheap sub
stituted fouitllmes offered but never
accepted by the well-informed. Uuy
, the gcnuliib. Manufactured by the
California tig syrup Cu,
Crossing the Rockies.
The matt delightful ride across the con 1
nent it througli U'uh nj Colorado, ivci
what it knowu at "'the Scenic Koutc of the
WojU." It mitten not nt h hu 01
the year the tup it nude, at no tune doe
the scenery giow noooionvMii, It ii an evrr
changing panorama of the beaudc of natuie.
One raoaunt you ace paniog ihiouth gurget
w ailed in by lockt ihuutarKla of (el ligh
anj the next you arc abuyc iho know line,
tkirting peaks that toaer atioe )Ou until
they tceni almoit to reach the tky. One of
the cnaraeteiUtica of the Colnrado chmitc
is that the exlrcmes of tempcratuie a e
never ruel wi.h. It It neither w cold in
winter nor warm in tummcr, at upon the
lines ol radwa, uhihciot the dctem and
pJarnt Tbe traveler oyer llw Rio Urarde
Vnem alxha ibe pnviUe ol a stoputer,
if he to electa. Kali LaLe City, or any.
where benren Lxgica an4 Denver, eo all
clattet of ticlelf.
For infofisa too at to rate, etc , tot! ht
dctctiptive pamnhlett, call on the n-are
Ticket Agent ol ibe O. R. R. & N Ca o
Southern PacificCu., or d ittt
J. D. MANhHtLp. Uen I Ag .
Kia tirantl W-i3rwn K,ili i tt I hin
rcct, IVxtlaaJ, Oregon,
A new cigar is like n new doctor you must
try him before you know how good ho is.
lluvo been tried nnd wo lire proud to say that
tliu smoking public is with us. Orders all
ovurtho country nro coming In thick and fast.
Your denier has them. They are pure, Hint's
Aug. Huckenstein, Prop.
If you contemplate buying
anything in the line of
Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper,
Linoleum, Oilcloth or Carpets,
You should call and sec our
Goods and get our prices.
F. W. Hollis & Company
First Door North of Postofficc.
1'OIITL.VNP, Oct. II
0c to til ;
111 for old
Walla Walla.CSc. tofiiifor new
. X.V.. ... 1, III ,v ,,,,i-
Flour Portland, f 1.00 to :t.2o. Suiier
llne $2.15 per bid.
Oat AVhito :i5:i(lc, grev 'M to ItSc.
Hay Timothy $82$!I.!K) ier too.
Hops lKSliic; old crop tic.
Wcsil ViiTlov. 12i:io: Kastorn Or
ogon. 8 111 Mohair, 27 !I0.
.MIIIsttilT Until, f 17; shorts, 18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, f UK) to o.OO
nens o to u.oo, turkeys, live, lSjgGSiuc.
Kggs Origon, 2i) to 21c er iloz.
CO lbs, 7(88; sheep pelts, 15Q20c.
Oiiloni 1 to H4C.
liutter Host dairy, ,10(33.'); fancy
creamery, 15c to 50c per roll, store 22 to
Potatoes 50 to 75c per cental.
Ilogt Heavy dressed Ik to H4c
Mutton Drotscd,tllgc to 7o tier pound.
lkof Steers. :i.60(4H,W) ; rows, fll.00
(l$!l.60 dresKHl, iK-ef rt to "(
Veal drosel, 7lg84o.
- SALEM MARKET
Wheat 58 pounds and over Wo.
Wool Hie, Mohair 30c.
Hay Baled, cheat and clover $0.00.
Timothy f 8.00.
Flour In wholesale lots 3.00 retal
MillstuRs bran 113.00 shorts 115.00
Hogs dressed, 5Jo.
Live cuttle Steers 3Jcows"2!lf to 3.
Sheet) 2.50(3 til.
Drosstnl Veal fitec. "
liutter Dairy 18o eroamory 25.
Poultry Spring chickentll to Ilk.
Ileus 8 cents.
New Yoik Not to Have it All ' he Citi
zens of New York Are to Umtitain
Hut Holisoii of Salem has made pre in
anition to entertain all who mav come
Holvson's stock of l.idico' mill's uud
jackets, I-adles', Gents and Children's
inaekintoshos, youths' and loys'
suits. Wool and cotton blankets,
Hosiery and Yarns is large, good qual
ity, best value for the price over offered.
The weather will soon bo cool and tho
children mutt bo prewired for sclnxil.
Como to my daily reception, and insoet
W. 11. IIoikos-
207 Commurolal street.
FI.OWKR. At the fuiullv Imiuo. on
Kightienth street, in Sulmu, Tuotlay j
morning, October 3, 1609, ttladys"
r lower, ageit 0 moMim. ot ummer
complaint, daughter of Mr, uud Mrs.
J. If Flower,
Funeral Mirvictts willle hold ut the
home, Wednesday morning, at 10
o'clock, ltev. Jenn Parsons olllobiting.
Hurial will take plaeoat Io Mission
SCOTT. At I)m familv home in Jf.
fttoon. 011 Sunday, brtotar 1, 1SUU, '
tho Infant child of Mr. and Mr. Soot I.
Funorul erviro uervhekl yetnn.la
ami burial was lud 111 a m-ighUirtn,;
Health and Beauty
Aro lwth promoted by eating our choice
mill IiIl'Ii L'rade breakfast foods. We have
a IiirgO varietyof cereal product! in rolled
wheat and oats, cerealine, breakfast
goms for breakfast dishes, laisides muca
rout, tapioca, farina, split peas, cheese
and crackers. Our 8tick of pure and
high grade foods, in botli fancy aui
staple groceries, is unrivalled, and our
prices defy competition.
THE G ROGER
124 State at' Telephone 51
at all timet.
Wc carry a full Hue of
Call and examine our line.
OS Stale Sired.
ir YOU WISH TO ADVLRTISE
ANYWHERB AT AhYTtMR
Call on sr Writ
r. c. Mrs mwm koct
&65 Merclltrt, Exckwago
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