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Capes and Jackets, Furs and Mackintoshes,
26 per cent off.
Hero Is tlio chnncc to get a comfortable and
stylish Jacket at H. off Cash Prices,
20 per cent off
Clotli, PJush or Ooll Capes will all bo sold at a
discount of 0 ir cent.
20 per cent off,
,. i i i i ii i i i
20 per cent off,
Mink, Martins. Baltic Seals. In fact all furs that
arc fashionable, isoas ami ixjiiarettes arm
up all subject to 20 per cent discount.
Indies' and Children', f2 up to $15.
regular Cash l'rico.
QOt COMMBROIAL ST,
On the counter near the door we have placed
remnants of Dress Goods, Outings, Linings
Ribbons, etc. You know our
Means a saving of abont
choosers get the best piece.
Have you looked at those
1-2 and first
68c ami SI. 00
r JJ, DALRYMPLE & COMPANY
New Sights For Christmas.
What could afford tlio old folks who
icqureoldfor falling vision, morn real
pleasure than good glassoj thut will okiii
to t tie dimmed and ageing eyes, new
and Dring mom
i, and bring
icir voutliT I u
antee that every pair of glasses I poll
back to. tlio days of their youth7 I
shall'!! made easy, comfortable, restful
and a means ot presenatlon to tlio od
Glasses for Christmas presents will bo
retlttetl after Christmas. Prices to sat
isfy your lieait mid tit your ptirso.
Ksamlnatloii of tbu eyes freo.
WOO COMMItHCIAL 8T.
Wednesday night and Thursday rati),
cake, rich fruit cake and other kind
feast, at tho
for your holday
IV27 Commercial Htrcet.
Sutnoy Powor Co.;
Every ."sack guaranteed. -X
Atadc'from old wheat." In
quire of your grocer, or tele
phone No. 51.
Issued By President Mattie L. Jones, of
M. L. Jones, president of tho Oregon
Hop Growers Association, has Issued
the following circular:
"For some timo past it has been ap
parent that in order for the bop growers
to bare any Influence on tho market
they would have to get together. As a
result of repeated earnest effort the
Hop Growers Association has been or
ganized. This Is tho combination that
furnishes tho key to the situation ; let
tho growers stand by tlio association as
a unit and better prices for tho present
crop can be assured. The bankers are
aiding us, the press is for us, and tho
business people are with us, as our
looses would mean serious reverses to
them. We should be for ourselves.
"Tlio Oregon Hop Growers' Associa
tion is a largo factor In upholding tho
market, and should lie tho solo factor
In disposing of the Oregon crop, there
fore do not allow a sinulo bale to bo
marketed through any other t-ourc.
Wo can take care of our interests only
by standing together j there should bo a
hearty co-operation on the part of all
the hop growers in tho state.
"To rrgulato certain pressing evils it
may bo necessary for us to seek state
legislation and we may bo found knock
ing nt tho doors of congress. As a united
nnd strong organization we will cer
tainly bo heard. Hop, instead of quassia
chips and chemicals in tho manufacture
of beer, would mean hundreds of thoua
anils. ol dollars to the Oregon nop grow
ers, and Ixstter health to the consumers
ot bran era1 products. Wo can by more
careful effort in the future improve tho
quality of hops and if neces
sary control tho supply by reducing the
acreage We can luiiy accomplisli tlie
desired results only by working in har
"Write to the secretary without do
lay, telling him tho uumljer of shares
of stock yon wish to subscribe for.
Turn your hops into tho Association as
your selling agent. Write to the under
signed for blanks or apply to our local
representative. Write to tho under
signed informing him of tho number of
bales and tho qurlity of hops Wm have,
and your minimum selling price.
"There will bo an imiortiint meeting
of the board of directors at Silcm, Do-
lecmbor 8, 18W. Tie hop growers
throughout the state aro Invited to ho
present. If you can not all come, let
each section send representatives. In
union there strength, and the present
conditions require it supremoeffort."
Roped In a Number of Salem People
and Leaves Dills Unpaid.
A fellow registered as It. W Steward,
San Francisco, who makes a specialty of
getting up "bank annuals" has roped in
a lot of Salem business men with his
advertising fako and has skipped leaying
a $30 unpaid bill at tho Willamette.
He was a smooth fellow, about 30
years old, 5 feel 0 or 7 inches, light
moustache 'and hair, blue serge suit,
square cut coat, light Fedora hat, and
has letters from eastern and Seattle
bankers, and one from a Salem bank.
He left underclothes at Salem mnrked
J. 8, ii., and information leading to his
Jlssovery will be appreciated,
He Is about tin fourth fakir who has
coino along and worked this town with
an advertising scheme. Of course, when
it is presented by a smooth talker in tho
name of a bank, or college, or chamber
of commerce It is very plausible. This
fellow ought to bo arrested and made
an example of.
The Snovvey North, nov, 21 '99
To The Fair Store, Salem Oregon, pd.
Friend Dabney: Got your holiday goods m,e h?l know
they must be very nice, and cheap too, for you buy in such
large quantities for cash that you can sell them very low. You
are doing the right thing selling off your other1 goods at big
reductions to get room for Christmas toys and everything.
fc We present our stock of goods to the at-
Bargains At Friedman's New Racket
ready at the
Twenty pounds for $1.00. See
inon Hrof., ad. this paper.
Ice Not Given Away,
I cannot'afford to give iro away, but
am selling a pure article at a price that
s within tho reach of all.
CllVKTAL ICK WoKKR.
J. Magulro, Prop. ft 15 tf
CAPITAL UREWERV IIOTTLKD
Kllnger A Ueck,Succesor ato BouthSalem
All ordors for bottled beerwill bo tilled
at the brewery. Kept on cold storage.
Freo city delivery. Telephone 21:11.
All kinds of silk embroidery, hand
kerchiefs, ornaments, silk screens
China ware, Japaneso fanoy goods, etc
Opcru houso block 112 Court St. Hole
Wing Sang Co. 11-24 1 dim.
Solivenirs x 2
FOR riALK fiOCotswold owes, can Ik
wm-ii by calling at farm of John II
l'liim, near Lincoln William I'luin,
Salem. U H
That shoos and clothing make tlio
most acceptable holiday present. Ho-
liable goods, cheap at the New York
Racket. t 0 2d-lw.
WAN a AT BALEM.
Unusual Demand for Seat to the Cheat
Next Monday evening (Dec. lit will
bo tlio llrst appearance of tho grand
opera comany at Salem in tlio every
where iKipular Wang. Sale of seats Ih
can at 1 o'clock and theru was a great
rush for scats even nt fancy prices.
Wang is the greatest of all comic opera
successes, and has run successfully for
the past live years to tremendous crowds
through the United (Hates and Canada,
lint this will mark tho llrst visit to thin
city of this magnificent production with
all Its bcauuiui scenery, gorgeous cos
tumes and hrillaut cast. ''Wang" is
without doubt the greatest comic opera
success on record, imvinir a run ot innio
vears in New York, six weeks in Phila
delphia, four weeks In Chicago, ten
weeks In Boston and long -runs in St.
Ixwis, Cleveland, Pittsburg and other
largo cities. There Is no doubt what
ever that for ouco tho opera houso will
not Iki large enough to hold the crowd.
It. D. Mendelssohn the pianopolishcr.
is here again, and has left tho agency of
his Iuiierlal Piano Polish with tho
Stelner Drug Co. References: Your
principal business men, 12-il.ru I
Christmas Season Opening.
Salem merchants are making prep
arations for an extensive trade. Wig
gins' Bazaar is assuming the appear-
I unco a regular Santa claus headquarters,
Undj Mr. 'Wiggins and his increased
j force of elorks uro all busy owning
J iii.es and arranging in tasteful display
a U'wiidoring variety of goods suitable
t" the season and running mainly to
I uuxleiato prices suitable to tho con
dition 01 most 01 our pooKei pooks.
Christmas presents at tho Now York
Itaiket. Call nml see their lino. o-'.M-lw
J. M. Watson is down from Turner on
ii. Fchott, of Sublimity, nnd John
Spanlol, two of Marion county's business
men, went home today.
McKInley Mitchell, of Gervais, camo.
up today. Ho says ho is handling a
great many otatoe-( at twenty cents if
quality is all right.
.Mrs. Bailey, of Now York, a W. C T.
t national worker Is in tho city to lec
ture. Mrs. Luoy Thiirmau, a colored W.
C. T. U. worker from .Michigan will be
in tlio city to lecture this week.
A. A. Armstrong and family, of
Kearney, Neb , arrived today to visit
his son-in-law llllner McNamar six
miles south of Salem,
Mrs. K. J. Chamberlain anil sou came
up from Portland today for a visit.
Mr. .1. A. McClaln, of Uuena Vista,
w ho is in town today, says that a num
ber of farmers in his section have ixjtu
tent ion of the oeoole with theassurance that
it is not surpassed in extent.characteror low
Make your selections
Now for the Holidays,
TOILET WARE, DESK GOODS. NOVELTIES,
EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS IN SILVER AND GOLD.
SOME NICELY JEWELED LINES OF WATCHES
AND DIAMOND GOODS. X & X A
See our Guaranteed
$15 Gold Filled Watches.
Sterling Silver Umbrellas and Walking Sticks.
Give us a call. We can. save you money,
as we buy in large quantities alid djrect
from the Manufacturers.
3- W- THOMPSON -i CO-
JECO"Kr IS ,3Di3BC3CS?
Rest (iiiaki'mteu suovii . . ..2011)3 for fl 00
lbwT(iiiv.sui.ATKi huoaii ... per bag f5.0."
Hkst staspaiip toviatohh I) cans for .25
ttCHT (ITANIUM) CORN" . a Willi for
IIehtiilockmatciikii ..-- perbutich
Strictly iascy ijii'oiitkd hik.ncii i-iivs per can
Fancy kasthis chaniieiimf.s , per quart
P.XTUA qi'AMTV FULL CltKAM CIIEKSE '. peril)
Vnuv ciioick mohii roon (Wheat Flako) large packages
AlIM & ll'VMMKK SOI)rllULK i .peril)
Rest cod nsu per lb
Syuui' (cifotcK) In gallon palls
Pci'Kwiikat rLouit, (citMit v.vTEKf, rum:) per 10 lb sack
IlKST STANIlAlll) IIHANDS FI)UR at
Dr. Piiick'b ciikaji SAKisn rnvvnKii , rerl lb tins
l'KC!l MAItXALAIIE, KKTRA FINE IHT call
I FVNCV MKHl'EII SWECT l-OTATOUK 10 lbs for
. . t. .. - i .... tit i . i ir
ooh ,n mo grounu yei. neat is grow- , rM0K.B MITEn CVNI)V n llw for
lug well. .Manyot tlio imp growers Mill Walnuts, Almonds, liraxllntitH, Flllx-rts, Peinns, Peonnts, etc., nil nt
hold their hops and are likely to do so that defy competition. Comv and i-ee us. Very Ituspt.
....til spring. I DA(T)ON BROS,
In steel rod-Umbrellas you will save at least 25
cent, buvimr them at
. Friedman's New Racket
It will pay you to buy the Ladies' or Aten's mackin
Friedman's New Racket
Rubber shoes, boots and bicvele capes, a specially at
Friedman's New Racket
The latest and lowest prices in clothing at
Friedman's New Racket
Great bargains in gloves and hats at
Friedman's New Racket
If you want a child's or ladies' jacket or cape, you are
best suited at t
Friedman s New Racket
For staple Dry Goods, notions and fancy goods, blan
kets, towels etc.
Friedman's New Racket
Is the boss place. Cor. State and Commercial St. Sa
Closing out the
ffl FII1E STOCK
Everything in the store will be sold absolutely
at first cost, not even frejght added. Now is
the time to get your pictures framed; your
house papered fine new stock of wall paper.
MR ii 1
Portland, Dec. I. Wheat valley
51 3,Wi Walla Walla.ftlc. to 52.
Flour Portland, $2.75 to 3.00. Snper
lluo 2.15 per bbl.
Oat Wlilto 3l35c, grey 33 to 3le.
Hay Timothy JllQJl 1.00 per ton.
Hops 7l0e: old crop 5 (jt do.
Wool Valley. 1213c! Kastern Or
egon, 8Ue Mohair, 27 & 30.
Millstuff Hran, f 17; shorts, $18,
Poultry Chickens, mixed, fH.OO to 3,50
Ileus 4 to 4.50, turkeys, live, 12J(13-.
Kims Oregon, 27Ju to 30c er dox.
!0 lbs, "JiQH'tf; shoop pelts, lftQSOc.
Onions 1 to Hfe.
Hutter Host dairy, 25035; fancy
creamery, 50c to 65c per roll, store 37)
Potatoes 15 to 50e per cental.
Hogs Heavy dressed 6c to lie.
Mutton Dri'Hcd,0J4C to 7c ier pound,
lkef Steers. -'J.6OH.0O; cows, 3.U0
(3I3.50 dressed, lH'uf tlj(f to 7t( -
Veal dressed, n08)Jc.
Wheat 3S ismnds and over He.
Wool H5c, Mohair 30o.
Oats 20 Q 28c.
Hay Haled, cheat f8.00., Timotliy
Flour In wholesale lots $3.00 retail
Millstuffs bran 113.00 shorts $15.00
Hogs dressed, 5ic.
Live cattle Steers 3cows2J to 3
Dressed Veal tlWc.
Huttor Dairy lSccreamerv 22e.
Poultry Chickens tl to 7c, Turkeys 10
Potatoes 25 to :UX.
Chung Lee Co.
A fine line of holiday gooes, Chinese and Jap
anese fancy goods. Ladies' underwear and wrap
ers. Satin and silk waists, price 54.50, made to
order. Come and see our goods.
329 Corrrmorcial St
Immense stock of Carpets. 'It will pay you to
get them now, from 25c a yard up. Only a
short time left in which to dispose ot this stock.
, All thoo indebted to tlio firm of Itotun &
lrwlu,or .1. A. Itotun, for merchandise will
ple-.i-e rail and settle immediately vvitli
Second Door South of the Postoffice.
crib or Duggy
Whether it bo a hay crib for joiip
burses or n tuiiruv ill wfiich to rule that
von need lotli ami such as will uive
tvoii satisfaction is kept by (iilllam tV:
II..... .. ill (In. nlil l II. ktKli ild. r'lliful'
,11111. II, .IV IIIU "I.. . . ... .! ....".
Haiidkerohiofs, purses, silk mittens,
inens lined and iinlined gloves, holiday
goods of all kinds. Wiggins' bin nil.,
page I. 12 5 2t
Provisions for an Anny
Not for the Cuban Armv but for the
nrmy of H-ople at Palem and tho best
niiality ram lw lwught from Hranson A
Itagan. 12 4 ml
Piano covers, cusliion covers at the
Now York Hacket. (l-2d-lvv.
Ituhi or shine, holidav. Sunday or
weekdays makes no difference to a
man's appetite. Ho wants the best to
bo had at all times ami that's why so
many patronize the
While .House Reslauraol,
v tOO Stnto at, Salem, and
SI. Elmo Restaurant,
244 Commercial at. Snlom
GF.OItGK HHOF., Proprietors.
SANTA CLAUS HAS l-'ATH-
OMLD THE FEAMNINR
and has ascertained that tluro is noth
ing that will make it danc with delight
liko hatidsoiiifl china wuie, ulatswaru,
lumps or tots Whoujoii wlsti to mako
a prMKHit that will l received with joy,
onw of our ox.mlHlto dinner or tea mH,Iii
baiidiKimHly decorated china or senibpor
tvlalii will be neixi with tho greatest
IM R-t ct Teloihou 9)
itvgoii Scenic wuveuirs I At est styles.
I.argoliuo of photo alhuniH,
latest thim; In faurv 11KXI ralendars.
Over 1500 Xmas IkwVs ! sohnt from,
Sterling I.ibmr.v , 25t .
Alteinus series, 3.V.
llenty series, fttX".
Otis, mrlw, 75o.
Late book at $1, Jl.'Jfi, $1.60.
Fancy Ixmnd Uxiks in Padded Morroco
f l.'J5, $2.00 Leather 1kuihI book, 8.V)
FRANK S, DEAFBORN'S
J 1'. Mt'Cockrll, ngixl i!7, has boon
comniltte-l to the aiyluni, from Marion.
Co. The oaue of his insanity is given
ax tin Injury received from falling (nun
a load of wtxsl on Septeiuliur 12.
Ails Cane, Huttovllle; II
Mrs II J Morgan, DeiMoines,
II (regong, Jr, Molalla, Or.
Mat (irun, limit Opera Co.; Cha. II.
Oleu, J. Umsson, C. II. Moore, Port
land; C. K. Cotton, Chicago; 1. L.
Mayor, Helena, Mont; Harry HuiiKer
font, The Dalles: Pml Morrison, lted.
ding. Cab; Tilinan Ford, City; H.J.
Lathey, San Francisco; T. V. ltetil,
WE CARRY THE LARGEST AND
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
IN THE VALLEY. CONSISTING OF
IRON. STEEL, COAL, PHCEN1X SHOES,
ALSO CARRIAGE AND WAGON
MATERIAL OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Cor. State and Liberty Sis. Salem, Ore.
The Bon Bon
Has a new proprietress who will contlii.
im to servo all imtrous with the freshest
stock of best confectionery and Ii lilts.
. ruiroiiung iirink ot aotiaor elder aim
the best of cigars at 138 t?tate Street.
11 14 lm Mas. A. Cuktis.
Kowk th time to keloct your Christmas pruMjnt.
Qmt Uw of holiday good Is larger than ever. Wo aro gbovv lug some excellent
VImm t eur China mid Gliuswnro deparliueiit.
A Ixatttiful semi-orcelulii dinner net of &7 pieftw for $t.7fi.
HoliiUy Itibbous hi all colon. No, 6 tu O, R ctuits per yaid. No 9 to --, 10c
IkMiwmber we are making very low prkM on v'uvs and Jsgkets.
MRfci- m- B. PRASER
' 265-271 Commercial St
Foroveryliody at the New York Ituo
kot. lairgo aHMirtmoiita. 1iwest pri
Twenty inmuds lor $1.00.
Itr. ad. litis paper.
Dolls, holiday ginvls, gainad, toys,
sto., at lowet prices. Head Uigttiiis
Twenty Per Cent
Dieomit on all mauliitoshes. Wo startel
tlio ball rolling on Saturday with a good
trade on them. Oood assortment left.
Cotton Hlankets and comforts cheap too
to clean up tho line. Wiggins' Hauiar,
30 Commercial street.
Yew Park Grocery.
ft Fresh Oregon Huck M
a wheat Hour. J
VJ Oranberrles. 'J
U "Maplo syrup in bulk. W
?: Taylor'B celebrated &
y butter always on band. V
Allen & Bowersox,1!
In catering to the Holiday trade we have not lost
sight of the fact that there is always a great demand for
the more staple articles of every day use. Our stock of
this class is fuller than ever, and at our popular racket
prices we can save you money. We carry no trash.
Every item we get is of good serviceable quality bought
from headquarters and laid down at lowest cost. Come
and see. No trouble to show goods.
Lard in bulk at Kppley's. 11 18 tf
The useful proKinti for Christmas.
Clothing, underwear, shoes, hats oto.
The Now tork Hacket is tlio place to
mi) inein euunp. -2il-lw.
HEEDS OPERA HOUSE
P.VTTO.N IlltOd .UwMnu.iMgT.
Toy sad Irons .
Nickel plated toilet mir
rors Hub brushes
Wool and silk inllteBH
Toy carpet sweepers
We have had such a rush in the
Fine U&rter elastic
Dainty, odd chinaware
Nickel plated tea mid
enffeo jwU COo up.
Hrata Teakettle with al
cohol lamp 8.1c.
Turkey roasters 40.
lllu olioppinc bowls 3V
All sorts ot kitchen things
Fiuo line of ladies' and
. tftnta' purse.
past few days that
we can scarcely get time to properly arrange our stock.
We can see daylight now, however, and you will find if
you visit our store that there is plenty to look at. You
are always welcome. X X C X X X X
20 per cent Reduction on
Wc are anxious to close out every garment before
the end of December. Aen's. Women'sjuid Children's
all go. Blankets and comforts, too, cut to close.
WIGGINS BAZAAR, 307 Com
THE EVENT OP YEARS.
Presenting thi great
Of picture frames and framing is the most complete
shown in the city.
One of those water-colors, etching, or oil paintings
that you have at home; framed in one of our up-to
-date mouldings w ould make a reasonable as well as
a beautiful present.
HOLD YOUR ORDER
For one of those fine holiday rockers that are ex
F. W. Hollis & Company
First Door North of Postoffice.
Auction sale of :
Salem Real Estate
All properly now owned by the Salem Building and Loan
Association, and comprising first-class homes in every part of
the city and its suburbs, will be sold at X X X
Saturdaif Dec. 9.
Beginning on Twelfth Street, near Leslie, in Yew Park, at
ivj a. hi. rur particulars or vi l ormc of m it t he r.nice
I r- I-..,., r.v'i "- "-, HH.lll - ...
of the SALEA BUILDING
& LOAN ASSOCIATION. 256
The great Tout Turn t.irls.
The Wonderful Trick Elephant.
SPLL.N DID ORCHESTRA
Pritts fcr Otis Fo$aeM8fc
U oliMtra $1.00 Ut Balcony $1.00
IVi-quet $1 00 - Jnd Balrony rv ,
UalU-ry 80e '
Not Sold Out
The sjeculator did not oomo up with
the cash, to buy out the stotk at
the Osburn Racket Store in bulk
The proprietor meant what he
Jri " io reuro trom busmoss
The whole ttock, comprising boots.
shoe, hosiery, uiulerw ear, elothlng am
a thousand noful artielee. u offered at
coot Come early, have first choice
and a trgain -vt
TiiGOsneiiN lUrKtr SrRk
The Palace Market
Will All your order for a roat.
broil or fry of beef, mutun.
lork or aausamr. Corned bee'
We have out own delivery u.an
nicely cooked, bonedand preseed
ready to alico for your luucb
Your patronage solitited.
MOYER & EDWARDS,
Pliont 2021. 133 State Sb
Crip Is tlavlag thousands of tlfctli
Dr, Mile' Nervine u curitit (ESi