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Wo aro showing nil tho now
styles in this famouscorset in
Straight Front Girdles
Wo nro tho solo ngonts for
S HOLYBRSON'S 5
jj JL JL THE BIG BARGAIN HOUSE OF SALEM. W- pj
We Can Tell
What's wrong with your watch, and
wo'd like tho chnnco to look it over.
. . We Can Fix it
j. Ho matter if it'a Just a llttlo regulating
that's noodod, or a cloaalng, or somo
now patts. Wo'll gladly advise you or
do tho work for you,
Watches Cleaned, 75c
Main Springs, 75c.
, Chas, H, Hinges
Watchmaker find Optician
296 Co m'ISt
Just 21 euitH wo bought foroponing
wook special. ' Fine brown Melton
In round enuaro cut sacks, sold ov-
orywhoro for f 15, and extra vnluo nt
timt. urns wook oiuy
Fino Worsted Suits in small piu
checks; a. regular $13.50 vnluo.
Ulsters for $6.90
Ind good ulsters, too. Heavy, well
undo; largo storm collar.
This week only wo offer tho best
blue Keraoy Overcoat over eold for
ten dollars; a leader with moat
atoraa at that price Our price
Tho Quality Bloro.
A Change in Management
Having just purchased tho
Home Uakery, wo Invl'o tho
patronage ot tho Salem public.
Wo guarantee batlsfaotlou At all
fines, First-class bakers only
employed. :; :; ;: :: ;:
Trefl Brauning & Son
Branson & Rajran
Ask you to try their genuino old faih
.. lonoU Dutch Bauer Kraut just receive
'and new barrel pIckleB, nud new crop
' pressed Smyrna Figs oto.
The Best Place.
You know what you aro gotting when
you eat at tho Whlto Home Reetauraut,
f f h tfiej old reliable eatlpg place,
v 50 teams
wanted $400 per; day
i iPog& YuaPalton,
8. E.HiwfJtejer, Puaeral Director, 107
9tmt, Pfee 4 2423. SaleaOretoa.
390 'pfew Wk2lSI.
Visit Our Cloak
and Suit Dept.
Wo show Bomo exceedingly smart
BtyloB not to bolound oleoswhere.
Fit and Finish
Aro two oeaentiala: without
tlioEO suits havo only cloth vnluo.
The finish of our garments is tho
best that skilled tailors can pro
duco and wo guarantee a fit in
for tho price
Spliced heels, double
toes and double soles
TO RENT. Three rooms, suitable for
housokeoplng. Inquire at South Com
morclal street, corner of Misiion,
11 (i 3t
FOR RENT. Hop yard with hay and
grain land, and pasturage. Apply to
waiter Morloy, Balom
GO Stnto street.
Tho eoasion of tho Willamette Prcsby
toryholdat the First churoh Tuosday
oveuing, was a successful ono. It was
conducted at tho conclusion of tho day of
prayer. Tho uttondtinco was not so
largo 08 had been expected, but all pres
ent derived benefit from tho mootings.
Tho district of tho Willamette presby
tory extends from Woodburn to Eugene
and CorvnlllB and representatives from
nearly nil parts wero present. Address
es wero mndo by llov. R L. Molly of
Corvallin, Rov. T. P. Howard of Gervnis
nnl Rov. J. K. Snyder of Brownsville.
Tho regular bobsIoii of tho county com
missionors' court convoncd today, and
tho regular Hat of monthly bills was
An Important Difference.
To mnku it appaiont to thousands, who
think themselves ill, that thoy aro not
aillctod wltli any disease, but that thu
system only ueods cleansing, is to bring
comfort homo to their hearts, ns a cot-
tlvu condition is easily cured by using
Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by tho
California Fig Syrup Co. only, and so'd
by all druggists.
Wo aro having a splendid trade this
fall on thu Syracuse chilled plow. Mnk
ing now ctiBtomors every day and the
beauty ol it all is mat tlid plow 1b mak
ing its way right along by sheer merit
alone. As an illustration, ono of tho
best armors in Polk county eamo In
this week and ordorcd out two 11-Inch
Syracuse chilled plows, without a word
of argument or inquiry, simply because
no lias watencu tuo wyracuso otilllcd
Iilow at work alongside of other well
mown lines, and has seen its utility
proved by the titeadlness witli which it
runs, tho euso with which it handles,
and thu perfect furrow it leaves, all
points of importance, This gentleman
(a only one of many who hnvo boon
prejudiced In favor of other makes, and
was only convinced by actual demon
stration. Tho Syracuso la making its
way to tho front every day.
Tho share is attached by two bolts,
Instead of ono, as In other mnkos. Tho
moldboard la higher, and gives tho soil
a bettor turn, The ehlu has more of a
Innl ntmiflitrf Itunlf ItfiMm f irnoli
1 uivtti H noun uwivi v i a uoin
landloa are longer and hnvo more
slopo, making tuo plow much easier to
work with, as is vouched for by men
who hnvo used those and others, and
then tho ontiro plow runs steadier in
If you are on tho market for a plow,
you make a mistake if you fail to look
these over. All sizes of chilled and steel
constantly on baud. Parts for same.
Spiko tooth harrows.
Drills, seeders and Implements ol
Wo ato having a particularly good
trade ou uulky and gang plows this fall,
Wo havo tho Lest Hues ou tho market,
and you'd do wo'.l to eee us, Gang plows
aro monoy-fiavera to tho man who will
F. A. WIGGINS
255-257 Liberty St. Salem.
tf3 Successor to E, M. Oroisau and It.
By a Theater Fire in Hurley,
Iuonwood, Mich., Nov. 0. Ten Uvea
wero lost, and four buildings destroyed
by a firo which started in tho Klondike
theatre, atJHurloy, Wisconsin, today.
Tho dead are:
O. W. Cleveland, H. P. Clifford, Tho?.
E. Loclniro, George Benort, II. D. Em
ery, Timothy Ryan, F. L. Gay, St. Louie ;
Thomas Oznnno, Harry Raymond, Clara
Bonno. Seriously injured :
Jennio Bender, Annie Pcotf, Laura
Russell, Billy McLtughlln. All wero con
nected with tho theater. A third story
wai need for sleeping quarters. Tho flro
spread so rapidly as to cut off all escape
Knocked out by the Sheriff's
Bisiike Ariz. Nov. 0. Nows has
reached hero of tho killing of Lipo Ship
and wounding of Ed Meeus at Moco,
Ariz , by Deputy Sheriff Eila as thoy
wero in the act of holding up a saloon.
Tho men had lined up tho occupants of
tho placo at tho point of revolvers and
wero proceeding to rob them when Ells,
who hnd cropt behind tho counter
opened flro with a Bhot gun. Ship foil
dead but Moous, though wounded, rnn
out and mounting his horso escaped.
Meeus formerly lived In Sherman, Tex.
8hlp waa from Las Vegas, N. M.
Nkw York, Nov. G. Following the
recont outcry ngninat tho treatment of
tho children in tho South African con
centration camps cornea an advertise
ment, says tho London correspondent of
tho TImos, inserted by tho board of edu
cation in this morning's paper, for fe
malo teachers to go to tho camps in
order to teach tho children simple rudi
ments in singing.
Why should tho children bo taught
singing? Tho pro-Boors will ask, In viow
of tho roporta of sickness and donth
among them. A correspondent of tho
London Times however, asserts this
morning that tho mortality among Boer
children is always shockingly high. Ho
snys tho Boers frequently hnvo families
of twenty, half of whom dio young.
Conhtantinoi'u:, Nov. (5 Tito Porto
has sent a note to M. Babot, councillor
of tho French legation, enclosing month
ly drafts on customs, in payment of
the Lornndo nnd Tublul ctnima and
embodying decisions of tho Turkish
Government rogarding tho qunyH dif
ficulties. Bapst has forwarded the com
munication to Paris.
Oregon Land Co., insolvent, vs. Chap.
Scoot, assigueo, assignment; nrdor to
correct a doed,
John G. Stoiubreunor vs. Julia A.
Bteinbrenner, dlvorco; at Isbuo for trial
on November 11 at 10 a. ui.
Mary A.Sweot vs. Alllo G. Fnrnhnm
ot nl., partition; demurrer confessed ;
leave to amend complaint until Wodnos
day, Novembor 0, at 10 a. in.
Wlnflold Cover vb. Ellon S. Ruby ot
nl,, to modify decree; motion to reopen
W. K. Allen ot nl., vs. tho Allen
Paezlng Co. ot nl accounting; motion
to strike out part of complaint.
Ok G. L, Benson vb, Hattie A. Benson,
W, J. Garner va, B, A, Wordou et al.,
al,, equity; sottled.
T.T, Geeretnl., vs. Ella Fiehburn et
al,, confirmation ; confirmed.
A flro at tho Kait school building last
night called out the flr department. A
blaz j had started In a pile of about thirty
cords of wood, and when tho depart
ment reached there tho blaze had ex
tended up to t!.o second story windows
of tho school building, ecorohing tho
walls considerably, A lino ol hoeo waa
laid and tho tlnmoa soon extinguished.
About half a cord of wood was consumed,
but almost throe corda was charred,
Tho alarm, turned in by telephone, re
Imported tho flro to bo ou East State ttreet,
but tho drlvors hunpeued to go up
Ohemoketa stunt and by tho crowd and
calls soon located tho flro. It is believed
that the origin is incendiary, ns there
could be nothing to start a flro out
doora iu tho damp wood.
Hop Growers Meeting.
After jevoial session today noautlon
waa taken and tho meeting adjourned
for tWo weeks to complete its labors.
UNDER BY 30,000
Continued from lint rgo.
it is difficult to oven attempt to esttmato
tho final flguro, but it is bolloved that
ho will run nearly 30,000 behind somo o(
IiIb aBBOciatcs on tho county and Judi
All of tho fuBlon'stcondidaio8 for Jut
tico of tho Supremo Court in New York
county nro olected and all of tho Demo
cratic candidates nro Leaton. Tho name
of Justice O'Brien, however, appears on
both tickets as a candidato for Justice of
thoSuproinoCourt. Present appearances
Indlcato thnt tho Domocrnta will have
just ouo out of 10 membora of tho board
of Estimate and Apportionment of
greater Now York, tho board which un
der tho now chnrtor auo:eods to mnny of
tho powers formerly vested In tho Mayi r.
Tho Democrat who is certain of a posi
tlon on the board of estimate nnd appor
tionmentia Borough Presldont Cassidy
In addition to tho election of an ontiro
now nerombly, two state senutora were
voted for ot tho recent election. Tho
Bonators wero elected to fill vacancies
nnnseil hv death in tho Thirtieth nnd
Fortythird Senatorial districts. In tho
Thlr'ti lb district William D. Barnes,
Republican, van elected, whllo in tho
Fortythird district, Morton E. Lewis,
one of tho Republican leaders of tho last
Tho olection of Messrs. Barnes nnd
Lewis leaves tho Bonate unchanged.
Thoro will bo 25 Republicans and 15
Democrats in tho senate of 1902, which
is tho same number each party had in
tho Senate of 1001. Tho assembly of
D02 will probnbly stand as follews:
Kepublicaua and fueionlata 108; demo
crats 42. Tills is in all probability a
Republican and fuslonlst gala ot thrco,
leaving tho Domocrats in n minority of
In tho municipal electlonH through
out tho Btato the Republicans effected
some gains in the larger cltioa. Buffalo,
tho only first class city outside of the
metropolis, elected 13. O. Knight, Re
publican, by over 5000 majority. Of tho
four second cities, Syracuso waa cap
tured by tho Republicans, Mayor Mc
Gulro, ono of tho Democratic lendoroof
tho statu being defeated. Albany and
Troy wero retained by tho Republicans.
Both parties are claiming Rochester nnd
tho plurality of A. J. Rodenbnck, rop.,
in tho ovent of tho ofllclul Dguron dem
onstrating his elcctiou will bo very
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 0. Seth Low,
Mayor of greater Now York will havo tho
privilego of appointing such clwrka and
assistants on tho Mayor's oflico ns he
may choose. Tho first of tho appoint
ments in his disposition la that of a pri
vate secretary at a salary of $5000- Ho
may appoint Commissioners and heads
of departments to succeed the presont
incumbents in moatof thoexccutlvo de
partments of the cltygovornmout.
San Fiia.vcisco, Nov. 0, 2:30 a. m. It
U estimated nt tho registrar's oflico that
Sjhmltz, Union Labor candidato for
Mayor will have a plurality of 2000 Tho
voto is about two-thirds cout tol.
Nkw Yoiik Nov. 0, Slow returns
makes it impossible to givo accurato
figures ua to tho result In Pennsylvania.
States Chairman Reode claims thnt tho
Republican majority in the statu outside
e: Philadelphia will reach 10,000 and
that tho city will givo a majuiity of
Tiieso claims do not seem to bo ox
travagant although tho city majority
may bo ns low ns 30,000.
The Republican city chairman claims
tho olection of John Weaver, Republi
can, for district attorney by from 35,000
to 50,000 plurality ovor District Attor
ney P. 13. Rothermol, who, having failed
of rcnomiuatlcu by the Republican con
vention, waa nominated in a town meet
ing nnd tho Union party waa organized.
City Chairman Clement, of tho Union
party, gave out a statement last night
claiming tho election of Rothormol by
15.000 plurality. The voto In this city
waa surprisingly heavy, exceeding that
cast for president last year.
San IFrancihco, Nov. 0. Eugene 13
Schmitz, tho Union Labor candidate for
Mayor of this city has been elected by a
plurality of about 2500, Asa. P. Welle,
Itopublican, running second and J. B.
Topln, Democrat, third iu the race. Mr.
Schmltr, Ib tho leader of tho archoatra in
a local theater and is also tho secretary
and manager of a machino shop. He
has heretofore been known as n Repub
llcau, though ho has nover beon promi
nent as a politician.
Ho is a native of this cly, his father
having been an accomplished musician
Of the other candidates on the munici
pal ticket tho Republican! elect the aud
itor. sheriff, tax collector, treasurer,
county clerk, public administrator and
six supervisors. Tho Democrats will
have tho city attorney, recorder, district
attorney, coroner, two police judges and
nine supervisors. Besides the Mayor,
the Ui'iou Labor party elected thrco
Nkw Yoitk, Nov, 0 Richard Crokf r
donled today that ho had given up tl a
leadership of Tauunnny Hall, or thathe
would do so.
How to Treat a Troublesome Corn.
To romovo a troublesome corn or buu
Ion : First soak tho corn or bunion in
warm water to soften it, thon pare it
down as closely as possible without
I drawing blood aud apply Chamberlain's
. Pain Balm twice dally; rubbing vigor
ously tor uvo minutes av eacu applica
tion. A torn platter should bo worn for
a (ew days, to protect ft from Uiq shoo
As a izoneral lineament for sdmIus
bruises, lameness and rheumatism, Pain
Balm Is unequaled. For sale nt Dr.
Stoue'e Drug Stores,
Chief of the Fire Department
Resigns No Successor Ajy
Petition for Franchise for
the Operation of an Auto
Tho first matter tocomo boforo tho
common council at its regular 'mcotjng
Tuesday evening was tho report of tho
commlttco ou strata and public proper
ty regarding claims for damages as fol fel fol
eows: In tho matter of tho claim of MrB.
Sarah Collott in tho sum of (408, for
alleged injur ios sustained, wo recom
mend that tho claim bo not allowed.
In tho mattor of tho claim of J. B.
Underwood in tho sum of fSO 00 for al
leged injuries to a team, wo recommend
that said claim bo not allowed.
Tho report ot Chiof of Pollco D. W.
Gibson on tho collection of dog license,
allowing tho total of funds collected to
be ft 90 and asking a warrant drawn in
his favor for $4:50 for tho klllingof tbreo
dogs, wns road and accoptcd.
Tho bond and petition of rounwal of
Baloon liconso of F. P. Talkington wbb
referred to tho commlttco. Tho resig
nation of T. -M. Eckhart as chiof of tho
Are department was accepted, but no
action was tnken to appoint a successor.
Tho freo occasional uso of tho pollco
court room wna granted to tho Greater
Salem Commercial club, for Its busluesa
Tho aldermauic election to take plnco
on tho first Monday In Decombor wero
arrangod for as follews: First ward, to
Eucceod Thomas Burrows, polling placo,
Frceland's factory, High and Division
streetB; judges, Wm. Waldo, A. T.
Yeatou, J M. Pnyno Second ward, to
succeed A. B. Buren, polling placo,
Simp8onB' livery stnblos, Court street,
judges, A, D. Palmer, G. P. Litchflold,
II. Stnpleton. Third ward, to Bucceed
J, R. KrauBBO, resigned; polling plnco,
Freoland'a atoro, State street near High ;
judges, A. Geener, John Kaiser, G.
Stoinor. Fourtli wnrd to succeed P. J.
Larson; polling plnco, Red Front Livery
stables, Trado nnd Commercial streets;
udgos, A. F. McAteo, A. Faxon, John
The potition of J. J. Longcoro for fran
chise to orect an addition 12x10 feet to
tho roar of tho building nt 22.1 Stnto
street now occupied by him, tame to bo
protected by corrugated iron, was grant
ed, with tho understanding that it bo
built uudei tho supervision of tho Btreet
Tho Yew Park hoso team was instruc
ted to purchaso a flro bell at u cost not
to exceed $27.
Tho mayor reported that complaint
had been mado that tho Marion cquaro
sower waa iu unserviceable condition
and tho street commissioner suggested
that hit might bo repaired nt n cost of
1 1 50, but notion was deferred for the
A. Aldoreon, renowed the petition of
tho residents of East Ferry street for tbo
construction of a sidewalk along tho
soutli aide of Forry street between 12th
and 15th. It had formerly been ordered
built botwocn 14th nnd 15th, but tho
order was changed to meet tho request,
tho sidewalk to be built ut the coat of tho
property owLora whoso property adjoins
A bill for an ordinance providing for
tho operation of automobiles within tho
limits ot this city by F. N. Derby, was
submitted by Mr. Derby, read tho sec
ond timo nud roforred to the committee
onoidinancoa. Tho ordinanco follews:
"A lilll for nn nriltnnnon ontltWI in
ordinanco to permit Frank N, Derby,
his helra or assigns, to rnn steam, gaso
line or electric nutomoblloa on any or all
of tho etreotsof Salem."
"Sec. 1. Authority is hereby granted
to Frank N. Derby, his helra or assigns,
tho privl'ego of running steam, gasoline
or electric automobiles on any or all of
the public stroots of thu City of Salem,
for a period of 10 years.
"Sec. 2. The aaid Frank N. Dorby,
hia heirs or assigns, aro hereby author
ized aud allowed uuder the terms of this
franchise, the right to charge a reason
able compensation for carrying passen
gers to any placo from poluts within tho
city of Salem.
"Sec. 3. Tho said Frank N. Derby,
his heirs or assigns, shall in considera
tion of tho franchise, pay a license to
tho city of Salem for tho raid privilege
of running said automobiles, consisting
of $1 per month for oach automobile run
by him, hia heirs or assigns, under the
terms of this franchise."
Bills Ordered Paid,
A. J. Prultt 5 00
Gray Uros 45
w. 1. eeiginuuu , , a ou
D.J. Fry 9 70
Hofer Bros., 2 90
Tho commlttco on Are and water com
posed of Aldermen Sims, Grlswold and
Walker, this morning promoted W. W.
Johnson, driver of tho hoso cart, to tl e
position of chief of the flro departmoni.
Albert Smith bus been appointed to suc
ceed. Mr. Johnsou ns driver.
A Healthy Smoke
that will satisfy you it you patronize
homo industries and smoko our La
Corona 10 cent cigar. Aug. Huckesteiu,
Salem, Oregon, Nov, 5, 1901.
Editoii Jodknal:! notice in this eve
ning's issue a mistake in the Resolutions
on Anarchy' given by Salem Grange aa
reported by you. The Majority report
was signed by Judge Boise and I. M.
Wagnor, the Minority by D, E, Swank.
Pleaso correct, and oblige
I. M, Waonek.
Tub Journal la promised a copy of the
majority report for publication and re
grets tho mlitako vory mucli 1 Eu. 3,
llMllW IIIM II I ITIWI jblll SIMM IM MlTlB Mill I iff
The tripping" feet tlie sparkling
cy! the graceful movement be
long not alone to thobuddingmaiden.
These graces are the right aye
duty of every ivoman until the hair
whitens and regal dignity replaces
The mother who guards her
strength has so much more to de
vote to the care and education of
her dear ones. She should be a
comfort a cheer always.
Yet how many feel that they
have the strength to properly bal
ance the home? The world is list
less, weary and morbid. Its blood
moves sluggishly and is full of im
purities. It needs a kindling, in
vigorating tonic to set it afire it
THE ONE MEDICINE
In the world -which women may
rely upon positively. Pe-ru-ua is
good for everyone, but particularly
for women. The various weak
nesses which afflict their delicate or
ganism spring from inflammation or
catarrh of tho mucous Hnlng.and Pe-ru-na
is a specific for catarrh In any organ of
tho body. Any congestion of a raucous
mombrane simply means catarrh of tho
organ affected. Thla is why Te-ru-nn
cures all sorts of troubles wliero other
remedies fall. If there la ft catarrhal
Hfoctlon tho matter with you anywhero
Pe-ru-na will euro you.
Geo. C. Will is in Portland.
W. D. Pugh has roturned from Port
land. O. W. Fulton of Astoria Is in tho city
Mrs. L, P. Yamov is visiting friends
W.J. KUslInglias gone to Corvnllia
to attend college
Misa Lillian Stone of Portland is tho
guost of Mrs. Amos Strong.
Messrs. Eugene and Wornor Broyman
nro in Portland for a few days.
E. A. Kurtz has roturned from Roso
burg and Southern Oregon points.
Miss Anglo McOulloch has returned
from a short visit with Eugene friends.
Mrs. Welby Stevens returned this
nftornoon from n visit nt Salem. Eugene
Mrs. L. G. Altman and daughter Miss
Alta, of Corvnllia, aro ttio guest of Mlsn
Mr?. Nye (f Portlnnd line returned
home after visiting hor mother, Mrs. I.
Mrs. A. F. Shultz and daughter. Mrs.
Bertha Curl, of Jolferaon, woro Salem
Mrs. K. S. Beau, of Salem, was an
arrival on tho 2:03 tratu this aftornoon.
Miss Margaret Falsom, head operator
in the tolophono oflico has gone to Port
land for a fow days.
Dr. A. Stoinor and OhaB. Curry aro
in Salem visiting with tho former's rel
atives. Ropeburg Roviaw.
Dr. Davenport was at Dallas over
Sunday, and la ndw spending a couple of
days in Salem, Lebanon Advance.
Mr. and Mra. F, W, Jowett havo gono
to their homo in Minneapolis, Minn.,
having spent thu summer in Salem.
P. U. Evann and T. C. Vornon, of Sa
eom were among tho McOlallen House
guosts last night. Roseburg Review.
Mra, A. B. Oavondor of Brownavillo
haa roturned homo. She has been visit
ing Mra. S. R. Jossup and other relatives
and friends hero.
Mrs. A. B. Gillis aud Miss Gortrude
Stahlev, of Salem, aro visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Robt. Burkhart of this city
Albany Horald Nov. 5,
Mr, and Mrs. W. G, Wostacott, of
Strong's Restaurant, Salem, arrived
hero Friday and left yesterday for Sau
Francisco where thoy go for tho benefit
of Mr, Woatacott's health. Ashland
Capt. Wm, Gregory of tho lighthouse
tender Manznuita,Hud Mrs. John Bellow
of Portland camo up on tbo steamer
Ponoma last night and went to Scio to
day for avislt with Mr and Mrs. W, R,
Connor of Scio, paronts of Mrs. Gregory
and Mrs. Bollow.
The State Barber Commission reports
for the period covered by t)ia dates Mar,
12,1000, and Aug. 12, 1001, that they
held examinations at 18 plaros, issued
110 certificates. Total amount collected
$1320.10, of which II. G. Meyer drew
$305.15, 8. II. Howard f 3(12.15, and F. T.
Wait Shall wel Have for Desert r
This question arises lu tho family
every day. Let ua answer It today.
Try Jell-O, a delicious and healthful
dessert Prepared In two minutes.
No bolllngl no baklngl simply add
boiling water and set to cooL Fla
Tors: Lemou, Orange, Raspberry aud
Strawberry. Get a package at your
grocer's today. 10 eta.
GOODS LINES BY JAN. lst, j
And will live our customers the full benefit of all goods ow In stock at eri
prict "ut were
Never Heard of Bfifarr
Novelty dress suiting: at 10c. Dress suitfnxr in an ,,
lorsat 20c. Cashmere twills at 25c, Jaqnard snlttn?
20c. Handsome black Broches 25c to 50c. Beautfri
plaid suitings at 25c. Handsome Panne velvets at J
Silk velvets at 50c. A fine assortment of outing flanni'
at 5c to 10c; and ginghams till you can't rest. Embrnff
ies 2 1-2 to 25c. Ladies' and children's hosiery and i
derwear at greatly reduced prices. Table linens and 2.
kins; some fine homespun table cloths left. Men's Z
boy's clothing, neckwear, hats and caps, shirts and under
wear, all at reduced prices. '
Friedman's New Racket
Corner State and Commercial St., Salem, Oregon.
Battenburg patterns, pillow tops, pillow shams, an.1 flifeta
great variety, lowest prices. , v
Shawls, fascinators, wool hoods, woolen yarns; sliniird
Silk mufflers, wool hosiery
Umbrellas, comforts, bed spreads, rubber boots and shoes'
the best makes at lowest prices. -'
Greenbaum's Dry Goods Store
First door sooth of Post Office.
COR. STATE AND
CW ARGE line of Airtight and Cast Heat
ers, Steel Ranges,CastCook Stoves t
Ciiicaoo, Nov. (I Wheal, Nov. 7i
Dee. TlJi, ($72.
San Kkancihco, Nov. 0 Wheat steady
Mkv 1.(I-IVi ; snot (inlot but Heady,
W (3 1 W.
GOLD OUST FLOUR
The Sidney Power Co,
Made for family uho, oek your grocery
for it. Bran mid ehortfl alnayj on hand
A. T. WALN Agent
All kinds iron
and braes cast
ings. Repairs of
all kinds of farm
n 3m. H"1' "Mil
JAMES GILL, Leasee.
10 22 tf
To buy apples
drvtfur at mar
ket orice. See Lee & Co.. fruit driers.
Cntrarre and Trade streets. Across
the race, left hand side. Salem, Ore.
Reduction in Price
FRY'S DRUG STORE offers
today and until further notice
Carter's Pure WhiteLead7 l4c
per pound. Pure boiled lin
seed oil 78c per gallon. Plenty
of time to paint this fall. Call
on us for estimates. We sell
only the best grade of paints,
and the lowest market prices
Fry's Drug Store
Nox to Postofllce,
Cedar Fence Posts
Tho undersigned is prepared to fur
nish persons in need of cedar posts.
H JACOBS, Detroit, Or,
10 25 d&wlm
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
r 1-jm.JE DRv
and mittens; first-class, at lowtst
There's No Folly
In using canned goods or anylhbl k
'hn way of flue groceries from (Ml,
l'aloco, because tliore's no joke Wl
tliem at all. ruro, w,'rw,ujY"5J
uosi graucs, ciiuilcowhu""v r' ,,'l.i
standard of merit. Our good" kI
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UUUBU iiiuy nm kwu. r
good as tho goods.
1VL T Rineman
32 State Street
For Sale at a
A 40 acre fruit farm W
.. j i -it MariOl
mile irorn ucym -., .
s acres 01 atpi r- i
acres in cultivation, 7 acres i!
tame pasture. :,nf2f,'
uryerwun vr f,c, ;i
bushels, warehouse 24 - J
n ns p-ooa a5 new. "- &
Milling Go's ditch runs iotj
one coiner or f 7,rf .
?l,u.w,un "JJrm OnN
lect. rncc M,VWW' fintf!
third down, balance ongj
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Our stocks of coar
laity. Sawed and four IPO
U19' , J.M
D. S. BENlix y,f,i
Largo stock of 'B,t, '"tiK
wrlio for catalogue. avc
month to plant trees. i
T. D. JONES, Propf J
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