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$1.00 grades for 85c
Thocolobratcd "Sliver" mako
shirts with Blifl boBoinB in nil
tho nowost stylos. Every man
who needs shirts Bliould coino
and see these.
Men's Sox .
Special lie a pair,
It'a tho name sock wo usually
sell or 1B(3 a pnlr. Madoofflno
yarn and aro guaranteed fast
black, Wo'ro doing this midor
priclng to induce you to como to
us for your furnishings.
Ask for No. 469.
IT'S NEVER QUIET
With us. Wo aro always moving our lino. Watchos havo had many ptirchasor.
it,. n..i tn iiri thnn iwiir boforo. Also chains for ladios and gontlrtuon.
nhiim. snfirot lockets of tho latest design.
cesijon with low prices. A splendid Indlos' 20 year uold tilled waicii tor fu.urj,
and a oontloman'e 20 yoar gold flllod watch for $10.60.
Our repair department Is second to nono In tho stale Prices reasonable
CHAS, H. HINGES
. ...... I a 1 II. I I. .!.
Will hmflkerflnd Jeweler 88 State St.
A CUT IN HAY
; , Hay at $7.00 per ton.
"" Hay at $8.00 per ton.
tfree delivery in tho city and prompt sorvlco.
't ...BREWSTER & WHITE...
91 Court St.
Wc arc Salem
Tho now bath towol. Some
thing outlroly now. Radically
dlfforont from nnd bottor than
any othor towol producod.
Looks bottor, foola bottor, wash,
os bottor, wonra bottor, and nl
togothor glvoa bottor satlafac
tlon than most any othor towel.
Coucodod by till thoso of dls-
criminating tnBtoa na tlio host
fitting skirt mado. Wo aro tho
solo agonta for Salem. A groat
variety of atyloH nnd matorlals.
265 Commercial St,
' Good Stock of Shoes
Ready for trado In our now store,
Gall agd boo us all, Itepalrlug dono on
305 Commorolnl Street.
Portland, May 28. Wheat, CC
Taqoma, Wasli., May 23.
GOLD DUST FLOUR
THE SIDNEY POWER COMPANY
Made for family use, ask your
grocor for It Bran and
aborts always on hand.
J. WALN Acent
$1.50 grade for $1.23
Tho 'Gold" shirts in Into
pattorna. Stiff bosoms. Tlioro'a
no bettor fitting shirt In the
land and no prottior styles.
WITH DKTAOHED COLLARS
Wo'll show them tomorrow for
tho first tlmo. Thuro'o nil tho
now stripo stylos In nil tho lato
colors. This shirt usually soils
76c. Tho sizes run from 12) to 14.
Wo aro alwayH In front of the pro
OH ..nA nnl.l (ml ivntf.
Next Door to Ladd & Bush's Ban
$35 to $GO
No dealer will dntv n purchaser's at
louttnu to tlm weak points of a blcyo'o
ho advertises, but thuro is nothing to
prevent an intelligent buyer from dis
covering them for himself, if lie. will auk
a few intelligent questions. I am going
lo give you a few questions to nek your
tiunltT, and if ho answers yes to each,
buy quick, hut if ho refusis to answer,
gets mad or tells j on It's nil hot air, Just
n member that ho ovea the eounii nl
lis ruhIi register bell and Is afraid he
won't get a chauco to pieus ilio kejs
Kvery lUuyclo dealer will answer "Yui"
to ouch question,
1. Aro you prepnrod to Btato positively
that it will push nnslor when properly
adjusted, than nil) other bicycle on
tho market 7
2. Will It climb a steeper and longer
hill thnn any othor blujclo on the
3 Can you toll the number of pounds
strain on tho chain to every 160 ex
ulted on tho pedals?
4, Do you know tho larger tho front
sprocket on a bicycle tho lets strain
thorn Is on tho chain?
6. Havo you over tested tho matter for
yourself, or Icon samples of such
0, Would you know how to go about it
to make suoli a test?
7. Isn't it a (not that tho less strain
there Is on tho chain tho easier nuy
wheel will push?
8. If tho strain on tho chain of the ma
chine geared to 1)3 inches Is less (by
reason of larger sprockets) than the
drain on the chain of a wheel geared
85, won't it push easier than tho lower
U. Hsa its hanger tho widest spread of
balls for tho narrowest tread of any
wheel on tho market?
10. Does tho chain pull on tho shaft be
tween tho bearings?
11, Aro tho hearings in a dirrot lino
uader tho center of tho cranks?
12. Is the sprocket eq placed on tho
hanger as to provent any side pull ou
13. Is there over one-fourth lees pres
sure on the borings of its hanger
than ou tho balls of any machine
14. Has its crank haugor a wagaslno
15. Aro its crank beatings practically
10 Can you honestly recommend Its
hanger as being oouitiuoted on abeo
lutely correct prlnoiploar
17. Isn't any piece of machinery that
has its pull on tlio outsido of Iti bear
ings a mechanical error r
18, Are its sprockets out with Dances on
either side tho teeth to prevent tho
unaiu irom lumpinur
It). Are tho front nnd rear hubs on tho
best und latest moJels of this nm
chlno equipped with dust-proof mag-ailuofolf-oilnra.
20. Aiethoiinkts the best grade Dia-
21. Is the fork orowu
a solid forging
2$. Can your faotory truthfully say that
not one of their 1000 or 1001 forks
went down or wore, urokeur
Clayton F. Young Agt.
540 It CotMieSt Phone Krd 2556.
Out rate repair shop in connec
tion Wheels called for and de
m i ' jrtMW tiliwM
He is a
E. M. Croisan Again Refutes
Wednesday tho candidates took in
Aumsvlllc, Sublimity and Stayton.
Good crowds greeted tho speakers nt
each place, especially at Stayton,
whoro a grand audience wits presont.
Thursday Mchnma nnd Gates woro
made, which was a sovoro trip. At
Aumsvlllcf tho Democrats charged that
tho Republicans' rofusod to plodgo
themselves for sonator, and nt tho
samo tlmo accused thorn of bolng
promised to Sonator Simon, or Gov.
deer or Home one. This doublo-back-action
position brought out from
Davey,, Kay and othora of tho Republi
can candidates tho statement that thoy
W9re pledged to no one, and would not
At Aumsvlllc Mr. Kay mado a good
strike. Ho Btated that If elected lie
would favor all bills of a reform na
ture that wero genuine Ho woum
opnoso all grafts and oxtrnvngant
measures. Ho took up tlio points ad
vanced by tho opposition, and point by
point nnswercd them. Ho showed that
tho Ropubllcan party would koop its
pledges In tho futuro, as It hnd In the
oast two ream, when It reduced coun
ty oxponScs as promised. Ho showed
that tho present tax law was not a Rq
publican mcasuro, but that Its good
points should bo porpotuntcd nnd tho
bad onofl eliminated. Ho ahowed that
It was no worso for Republicans to
buy votos at $2.00 a head than It was
for Domocrats to boII their votoa at
Ho aBBortod that Mr. Dlmmlck hnd
boon nbsolutoly consistent, inasmuch
as ho had four sot h tori oh which he
tolls at ovory placo, taking tip olght
of his ton mlnutoB with thoso atorlos.
Ho showed that Mr. Furnish Is ns
good a Kopuhllcnn ns Dlmmlck 1b a
Domocrat, both having changed nbout
tho samo time.
Croisan Replies to McMahan.
"Ah you aro all awaro, Lam not a
public spoakor, but as f am before tho
pcoplo of Marlon county as a candi
date; for Btato sonator, It Is only right
and proper that I should stato what I
will do If elected to tho legislature
I Hhnll voto for a law placing nil of
our state olllclnls upon rensonnblo Hat
salaries, and I nm In favor of repeal
ing all fonH and perqulsltos pertaining
to Btnto olllclnls.
"I am nlso In favor of n primary
law for tho registration of voters and
dlroct nomination of ofllcors,
"Tho 'lnltlatlvo anil referendum
amondmont to our Btato constitution
will ho before tho peoplo at the com
lug olectlon for adoption or rojoction.
I am In favor of adopting this amend
ment nnd shall voto for It mysolf bo
causo I bellove It to bo a good mons
uro and I trust that every votor In
Orogou will give It his support on
election dny. If we adopt this amond
mont It seams to ma that It will cer
tainly rosult In preventing hnd legis
lation In tho future.
"I am in favor of amandlng our
presont tax collection laws. I think
that 12 per cont Interest nnd a pen
alty of 10 por cont Is too much. The
present lnw dnos not glvo sulllelont
tlmo to ay taxos hnforo thoy become
delinquent, and It enables a mnn
with roady money to get 3 por cent
discount, while othora have to borrow
or pay the penalty. No ono should
havo a discount, and tho ratos of In
terest and penalty Bliould be mndo
less, and tho tlmo extended boforo the
tax becomes delinquent."
Mr. Croisan procooded in coiuilu
stou to deal with tho circular lottor
sent out ngnliiHt him concerning his
foes by his opponent, L. II, MoMahnn.
Ho stated that ho mndo his accounts
out In dotull and submitted thorn to
tho county court nnd commissioners.
That ho had an uudarstandlng with
with thorn thnt he was to rocelvo fiO
cents for taking hobos out to work
and 50 cents for returning thorn to
Jail. He said that sometimes thoro
would bo two or three and a few
more, perhaps six or seven occasion
ally, nnd the law provided that those
vagrants should be worked ou the
highway In charge of the sheriff, but
It did not provide for furnishing
guards, and so the court ngreed to
allow him 60 cents for discharging
and 50 cents for recommitting each
prisoner so work! by him on the
highway, mid he was himself to pay
He said hla opponent had published
nbout the largest one of the bills and
that hla opponent was seeking to
take an unfair advuntngo of him be
fore tho people. Inasmuch as ho had
submitted all of his bills in Itemised
form to tho couutycourt nnd commis
sioners and that body had tho oppor
tunity to Investigate his accounts
Item by itom, beforo approving them
that nothing wna concoalod.
Mr. Orolsan referred to his emolu
ment returns ns filed with tho secre
tary of stato each bIx months of the
four years that ho was sheriff, and he
stated that liis opponent had not
treated him fairly wheji he published
his emolument returns and did not
publish hla expense accounts, which
were reported at the same time.
Mr. Croisan showed from the rec
ord that he drew from the icunty
during his two terms ot otn
iUt Ba.wV JOURNAL JALErV.,
($2(5,005.34; that his total oxponBo ac
count during tho Bamo period was
$1C,774.C0, thus leaving liitu a net sal
ary for tho entlro four years or
$9,890.84, which is loss than tho pres
ent salary allowed to tho sheriff's
ofllco under tho salary law. That tho
remainder of tho money ho mado was
by fees paid him by litigants for
Bcrvlng and executing tholr papers,
and did not cost Marlon county a
Aftor fully oxplalnlng tho charges
In tho circular lettor to tho apparent
satisfaction of tho audlonco, ho con
cluded by saying that ho thought Mr.
McMahan could Interest tho voters of
Marlon county a great deal moro than
ho had dono by this circular letter, by
explaining to them how ho mndo tho
monoy on which ho took his European
tour In 1897, soon after tho hold-up
legislature of that year adjffurned.
Ho said this would bo tho moro Inter
esting bceniiBo his opponent's name
did not appear upon tho tax roll for
that yoar, and Is not now upon tho tax
roll, and It cortalnly cost two or thrco
thousand dollars to make that forolgn
trip through the European countries.
Ho Bald ho had undorslood that his
opponent claimed t,hat ho wont on a
fish hook oxpodltlon, but thnt he had
novor heard of his soiling any of them
In Europe or of his raising any money
on his fish hooks.
This raised a laugh and Sir. Croisan
wns heartily cheered by tho crowd.
At Marlon In tho afternoon Mr.
CrolBan called upon Mr. Cornelius,
who was one of tho county controls
sloners at tho time to confirm ins
explanation of tho hobo matter, as he
had made It at Turner. Mr. Cornelius
Secure Men to Take Place of
Thoro was not tho Bllghtost sent
bianco of u Btrlko at Uio yards of tho
Oregon Nursory Company tills morn
ing. The places of tho workmen, who
abandoned tholr Jobs Thursday aftor
noon, woro filled, nnd tho work was
continued without any serious Inter
ruption. Of tho 32 men In tho employ of tho
company, 20 quit work und rofusod to
return except tholr wagos bo Incronsed
from $1.50 to $t.7C por day of ton
hours' work. A roportor snw a Nur
Hory Company man, who said:
Tho company rofusod to grant tho
advance and tho men quit work. Tho
strikers woro roplnced without any
trouble, tho only dltllculty to tho com
pany bolng In tho selection of tho
scoro of mon thnt wns required from
tho many applicants that rospondod
to tho ndvortlBomont that appoarod In
Thursday ovonlng's Journal. Tho
groat majority of strlliors woro last
night lnttlatod to momborshlp In tho
Salem Fodoral Labor Union.
This Is tho dullest Benson of tho
yonr In tho nursory business, and tho
strllto would not havo sorlously crip
pled tho company, had tho ntaringo
mont boon unable to replaco tho mon.
Sponklng ot tho strlko, M. McDon
ald, president of tho company, Bald
tho relations botwoon tho men and tho
company hnd alwnys boon plonsnut.
"Our nursory has boon paying bottor
wages to laborors than any othor nur
sory on tho l'aclllc coast," said Mr.
MeDonald this morning, "and wo could
not afford to grnnt a further advanco
whon wo aro compelled to Bell our
product In competition with firms
that are employing cheaper labor. In
the winter months, owing to tho short
ness or tho days, our men are not re
quired to work Inter tnnn 6 o'clock In
the nfternoon, nnd wo .made no reduc
tion In their wages. Should tho othor
nurseries on the const advanco their
wugo schedule, equal to or surpassing
the wages paid by us. we would
willingly meot the advance, but we
consider tho 'domnud that has boon
mado on us for nn advance In wages
Is an unjust one, when It Is considered
wo are already pnylng the maximum
wnge schedule of all l'aclllc coast nur
series," A. M. Ctough, successor to D. E.
Hunslnrjer Funeral Director, 107 State
Street, Phone, Office, 1351; residence,
221, Salem, Oregon.
BWi tts A 1 Kid H Wwrs
Down in New York on one of the elop
ing bonlovards the other day thuy hml a
eoust'tw contest in which all eoiti of
wheels were entered both dial and
chalnless, with and without ooagtors.
In this content the Tribune beat all
records (or wheel without roasters, and
was only beaten by one wheel of any
other sort and that had on a Barwost
coaster wide'1 w fit tt any wheel as
desired, rami price a A, B. 0. or Mor
row, This on.y oi eo more proves onr
olalm for the easiest ruunlng wheel
that's built. There's reason for the
olalm and it's been proved in more
ways than one. A true test of the run
ning of any wheel is a coasting test, and
the rribuue proves out there the same
as on the race track or anywhere ehe.
F. A. WIGGINS
255-257 Liberty St, Salem.
Farm Machinery, Wagons, Buggies.
Blcyolas. Sewing Machines.
aST" Sewing Machine R pairing by N
OttfeUON. FRIDAV, MAV a, iSo.
Rocky Rooster Ryan Would
He Says If He Had Another
Alonth to Fight.
R. It. Ryan, Socialist candidate ror
govornor, roturnou 10 uio cuy iuuuy.
Ho hnB been canvassing tho stato with
tho Wilson Brothers, and reports n
growing Intorcst In tho causo ho repre
sents. Ho says If thoy had a month
moro thoy would carry tho stato. Ho
loft today for meetings In Linn and
A prominent Ropubllcan claims that
a largo voto for Ryan will help out
Mr. Furnish, ns tho Socialist votors
would largoly go to Chamberlain if Mr.
Ryan woro not In tho flold. On tho
othor hand It Is claimed tho strength
of tho Socialist voto would go to
Mr. Furnish, If it wore not cast for
Ryan. It Is to bo rogretted that tho
Socialists havo put out candidates at
Salem for Justice of tho pcaco and
constable, as It complicates tho po
litical situation on thoso ofllcos that
are very important to ino laximyera
An Advertising Artl6t.
Salem can now boast-of having sov
oral of tho best advertising artists in
tho West. Thoy aro tho mon who
wrlto tho advertisements of tho sever
al department stores which appear In
tho Dally Journal and elsewhere. In
this Issue appears a cut mado by one
of theso artists, which is as good as
can bo mado anywhere, and it Is, with
out a doubt, tho best cut over mado in
Salem, not excluding professionals. It
Is tho work of D. A. DInsmoor, and ap
pears In tho upper loft hand cornor of
tlio largo ad of Mayors & Sons on 'tho
first pngo ot this paper. Mr. DInsmoor
is engaged at that ostabllshmout as
salosman, window drossof, ad wrltor,
buyer und man of all work. Ho has
nothing olso to do for 27 hours In tho
day, but managos to attract tho atten
tion of buyors by his artistic work In
tho nds and show windows. Del Is a
Salem boy, and has a largo clrclo of
frlonds who onjoy soolng him at the
Coos Bay Nows, (Dom.): Republi
can headqunrters at Portland claim to
bo In posBOSHlon of figures from all the
countlos In tho state, which assure tho
olectlon of Furnish by a handsome ma
jority. If tho flguros recolved from
othor countlos aro not moro rellablo
than tho onos furnished by Coos, tlicro
will bo groat disappointment nt hoad
quarters In Portland aftor tho elec
tion. Numbors of good Republicans
In this section will prof or to voto for
a straight Domocrat, lllto Chambor
lain, Instead of suppoitlng a Hop-over
Sonator Mitchell wrltos an endorse
ment ot tho constitutional amondmont
providing for lnltlatlvo and roforon
duin. While It Is not llkoly to bo used
vory often by tho pooplo it may ho
woll to have It so that unwise or cor
rupt legislation can bo dofoatod,
Cottnge Orovo Tlmos.
There Is plenty of Furnish monoy to
hot, but this is a yoar whon thoro Is
moro In It for tho tnxpayor to vote In
dependent than to bo swayod by olec
Alany New Members
The Salem Fodoral Labor Union
held a largoly attonded mooting In
Turner hall Thursday ovonlng. Tw'on-ty-Ilve
now membors, including a ma
jority of tho striking nursorymon,
were Inltlatod, Increasing tho total
membership of Uio organization to
about 136. The union will stand by
the ,nurrym0n In their demand for
The union will hereafter hold its
meetings in the Hurst hall, on Stato
street, and will nrrango for Interest
ing sessions. A great number of com
mittees were named last night, Includ
ing one on non-union goods, press, pro
gram nnd music.
No ntllelal recognition by resolution
or otherwise was made of the pending
strike in Portland. The number of the
Salem Federal Labor Union Is SS11.
Some Good-Paying Positions
to Be Filled
Tki SmUw civil srvlc0 oMHitasto
wilt en JN ITtk coHtlHct an exajHlsa
lion of applicants tor appoiHtiet In
the service as photographic assistant
and ri-oord and Idwuun.atiun iterk in
tho United -States tlBhltontlary Borvlco.
From tho cliglbles resulting from tho
examination It is oxpected certificates
will be mado to tho position of pho
tographic assistant, male, at uio
Smithsonian Institution, at a salary (if
$70 por month.
Tho duties of tho position of record
and Identification clerk In tho United
States penitentiary sorvlco aro to pre
pare and keep accurato rocords of tho
prisoners, their conduct whllo In pris
on, Utoir history, and such identifica
tion of them that tholr identity may
bo at all times clearly established. To
successfully dlschargo tho duties of
this position requires peculiar qualifi
cations in respect to tho knowlodgo of
tho criminal classes and their history,
also Buch professional and technical
attainments as aro necessary to sccuro
tho mcasuromont and comploto Identi
fication of criminals in a rellablo man
ner. Tho system of measurements and
Identification as at present used In
tho penitentiary sorvlco Is what is
known as tho Bortlllon system of
Identification, and unless especially
Instructed In that system no officer Is
ablo to furnish comploto records and
history of prisoners under his charge
to tho satisfaction of tho department
Tho person filling this position must
also bo nn export In tho matter of
photography of prisoners, as ho is re
quired to mako use of photography in
From tho cliglbles resulting from
this examination it Is expected that
certification will be mado to tho posi
tion of record and identification clerk
In the United States penltontlary sor
vlco at .Atlanta, Oa., at a salary of
$1200 per annum, and to other Bimunr
vncanlces as they may occur.
Salem's Candidate for State
Portland, May 23. Speaking of J.
E. Godfrey, for stato printer, tho
Portland Journal has this to say:
Mr. Godfrey enjoys tho distinction
of having been tho prosldont of tho
first typographical union in Oregon,
tho ono organized in Salem, many
years ago. Ho has boon In the employ
of tho stato printer's olllco for 25
years, having served under all admin
istrations diirlng tho quartor of a cen
Mr. Godfrey was endorsed by tho
Fedorated Trades at a recent meeting,
with unanimity, tho members of tlio
federation taking consldernblo prldo
In having a man on tho Democratic
Btato tlrkot who roprosents union la
bor so oiriclcntly ns does Mr. God
frey. It Is especially complimentary to
Mr. Godfroy that tho quostlon as to
his fltnoss and attributes of character
has novor boon raised. His follow
workman and thoso ot all branchos of
Industry in tho stato of Orogon aro
supporting him with onthuslasm born
of a prldo In tho recognition of union
labor In tho ranko-up of a stato ticket
Tho olectlon of Mr. Godfroy is essen
tial to tho parrying out of tho reforms
proposed at this tlmo. Ho will bo an
elllclont assistant to Gcorgo E. Chain
borlaln, who is loading tho fight for
salary roform, and tho conduct of Btato
ofllcos upon a logltlmato basis, accord
ing to tho constitutional provisions,
C. O. Constablo, of tho S. P. Co.
freight ofllco, has returned from a
sIx-wooUs' vacation, most of which ho
spent In Washington, and Fred Pal
in or, who was filling his position, has
beon promotod to a position with the
O. It. & N. Co., at Portland.
Mrs. L. Campbell Tho drossmaker of
South Salem, is prepared to make
nccordlon plaiting vory reasonable.
Glvo her a call. 'Phono Black 2325.
For Sale. A light spring wagon. In
quire of R. H. Wostacott, 02 Ferry
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
fie Kind You Have Always Bought
per lb., 9c
Deviled Ham (small) per can
5c 6 for 25c.
Ham (largo) per can
10c 3 cano 25c.
t Sardines, per box
5c 6 boxes 25c.
Salmon, 3 cans
Catsup, per pt bottle
15c 2 bottles 25c.
Cocoanut (bulk) per lb
Good Soda (16-oz pkgs)
25c 6 pkgs 25c.
Corn Starch, per pkgs,
Washing Powder,per pkgs
Bring us-your butter and eggs.
pay highest market prloe, cash
M. T. RINEMAN
132 State St Telephone
up lie up
MuBt go the p'r'cns if wo may belloyo tho manu
facturers and Jobbers, In all linos. We havo mado
no advanco yet and hope we may not havo to do
so. Wo havo already ordered a largo stock ol
flno Park Mills iDgraln carpota for fall delivery,
and shall gteally increase our stock of volvot
body Brussi'lls, Axintnatoraotc. Wo are con
stantly looking for tho boat and ao far our efforts
have not boon in vain as attested by tho domand
forourgoods, Wo Borvo yon best and cheapest.
The House Furnishing (Co.
303 ComM at., next to Post ofllco.
CUSHION FKAME, 1902
CHAINLESS CUSHION FRAME. - LS
Call and eoo tho 1902 RAMBLER CUSHION FRAME, it is 3C5di;i
ahead of all.
ROCKING CRANK HANGER does away with tho Hat and clnmi;
spring. CALL AND EXAMINE IT. YOU WILL LIKE IT.
RirvHo QlltlrtriAQ 0,n11 .Ascriptions at pricos as cheap u
DltjViC OUUUllwO nnywhoro, and wohavo Just whatyouwint.
BICYCLE REPAIRING Wohavo n comploto bicycle repair shop We
fit all .nnkea of bicycle tiros. Wo repair all makes of Hoyden. Glvt
us a call. Wo try to plcaeo.
258 Commercial Street- Opposite Capital National Bank. I
IN GROCERIES WE
Our lino of "DIAMOND W."
cqunl. Try a can of allcod Lemon
loo per can .
BE SURE IT IS
Fuller & Douglas, Grocers
142 Stato St.. D'Arcy BIdg.
NEW FOR THIS WEEK
Our many cutomorB will bo pleased to know of tho many good thlugi irete
In atoro tide woek.
An endless lino of canned moats on
124 State Street.
The great bargain sale at Friedman's, No. 307 Commercial street, a
taken hold of the laboring men'a'hands In the way they are buying ourW
and many of them wearing pants have captured . our suspenders, Ut
quality and price suit them. The people buying our hats are noting
sunstroke, and those who earn their bread by the sweat of their H
know where to get their handkerchiefs, at Friedman's. For durability
strength, Friedman's oocks take the walk, for they get stronger every if
wear them. Remember the place. l 'ijfc" V-.
307 Commercial Street.
We're After Business and Business
We Will Have ee
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