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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 17 December 1896

CAPITAL JOURNAL )h. 8- SALEM, OREGON, THUTCSlXrW, DECEMBER IT, I89C. NO. 255. DAILY CONGRESSIONAL. Very Interesting Session, n Cnitirl onrl VloM fctorS Become uaoiicu m.v. . ,,u Up Pent-Up Feelings. liSniXOTON, lc w. ivcaiics Wlotior tilt scriuu: uueiuin.u w'wt cvniitful and exciting debate U hits heard m a long nine. Utilized leaders of the parties. Ln, Frye. Teller, Gorman, Vest, ticli, 1'latt, Mitchell or uregon, Mler, Halo aua "eu ,n noianie hmpnMoii Ute leanuiK iiuusi-iuun EtihaveengJged the attention of and tliu country or. late. it. dramatic In its Intensity imd at (times aoioroingiy imcresbiiiK. Ileal dillerencea c;iine in for a fair eof attention and the names of tlnley an.l uryan were orten Allen declared the president iRi'publlcan who rejoiced with bpublicaiH over the recent mu- PilcUtry The (ieuite cune on Ipectedly when Vest called up the i resolution for consideration or . I.I II In j t n rJ at r n titnlfi si Uiogicy oin, "i iic i.u ui.iivu if kon It. vest was li his u...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 17 December 1896

mtttamtmrmm i w mrmm immm Daily Capital Journal MY HuKUK BKOTHBRS, THURSDAY, DEO. 17, 18WI. THE FUNDING BILL. Oregon lias a tremendous interest In the bill to fund thetfebtsof the Pa clllc rail roads a nd virtually extend the time Indefinitely for payment of $G",- 030,000 debt at a low rate iif Interest How will Iter concressnien and sena tors rote on tills question? The San Francisco Exninliier siijs: The foundations of Hie Funding bill were laid when.on July 1, 18G2.thePre sldcnt signed Hie Act to piomote the billdiug of a iranscoiUiieiitnl riil ro.itl from tie Missouri river t the Pacific ocean. I'.y this Act tiie Union Pacillc was chartered, and with the Ocntral IMcI.ic Co.np.iny whs Liven the right to construct a lullroad that should form a continuous line aenss the continent. The Act gave a lipht of way 200 feet wide across the public domaiii.alternatc sections of the pub lic lands within twenty h IIimhi 1 Hi sides of the ro.ul. and a Meet sub idy of thirty years' ti percent b...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 17 December 1896

Nervous ppoplo find just tho help (hey so much iKTtl, in Hood's Snrsapniilln. It fur-iiir-lies tho tlcalral strength by puri fwiij,', vitalizing mid enriching tho joil, and tlms builds up the nerves, ( ncs tho stomncli and regulates tho hole system. Head this: ' I want to pralso Hood's Sarsaparllla. ; v health run down, and I had tho grip. , Iter that, my heart and nervous system i ere badly affected, so that I could not do . y own work. Our physician gave mo tome help, but did not cure. I decided to try Hood's Barsaparllla. Soon I could do an my own uuuecworje. i cave taken Cured Hood's Pills with Hood's Sarsaparllla, and they havo dono mo much good. I will not bo without thorn. I havo taken 13 bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla, and through the blessing of God, it has cured me. I worked as hard as over tho past sum mer, and I am thankful to say I am well. Hood's Pills when taken with Hood's Sarsaparllla help very much." MRS. M. M. messenger, Freehold, Penn. This and many other cures p...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 17 December 1896

Daily Capital Journal. BY HOCBR DROTHBR1', THPRSDAY, DEC. 17, 1896. MtS " k S " H DAILY LINK lO PORTLAND. i Our Jacket Slash, STEAMERK- J; Altona and Ramona ft LEAVE t J DAILY. Portland, 6:45 a. m. i Salcin 7 45 a. m., except Sunday. ) (Quick time, regular service and cheap Z ....rates ... M. P. BALDWIN, J Agent, Salem. sr sm . s - - x ' " " Been giving you ome close figures un jackets for some time. Now we go it a long ways better and tli row out the whole line at OneThird Off, Its an opportune time for you, just before ChrNtmas. You can get a substantial jackot for a tritle more than you pay for some article fit only for ornament. $6 Jackets, S4. 87.60 ones, $5. 310 ones, 80.GG. $12 ones, SS. And boon all through the line. EXTRAVAGANCE The Dress Goods Slash Is -still on. It's been a success from the start The big piles laid out at 29, 39,49, and 59 cents prove an Irresistible attarctlon money savers. They ought to. They all con tainitnany'prices at less than half original prices. ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 18 December 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. 1297 VOL. 8. SALEM, OBEGON, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18 189G. mm Goofsf NAL -3C AT THE IQJK The Immigration Bill Passes, The Act Will Not Apply to Immigra tion From Cuba. Tlic goods were bought In New York Tor cash and will be sold at true racket prices. We liavc a large lot of dolls or all sizes, picture books for little tots, and larger lads and lasses, games, blocks, jewel cases, albums in great variety, perfumes, and a large assortment of silk, and linen handkerchiefs, in plain and embroidprled, chenille stand covers, and a great variety of other articles suitable for presents. 6L0THNG in shits from 4 years to 90 if need be.in price from $1.23 to $14, in neat dress or good work suits. The "Star 5 Star" shoe line is unsurpassed in quality, and all at racket prices. Call and save 15 to 25 per cent In all lines. IE.T. BARNES, PROPRIETOR. sae. Our Greatest is proving to be as grand a success as we could wish it to be, we have all we can attend to, and are going to kee...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 18 December 1896

Dally Capital Journal BY KOFKR BROTHBK8 FRIDAY, DFX'. 18, 1890. ... , POL1T.CS IN FUTURE. Oregon politics is no tap that reaches far Into tlic future. The taking or so many of the plliccs under i.lm i-lvll service law campclls t he Mc- Klnley politicians to promise not only . all the Federal oflices, but the siaie and county offlccs two years ahead. Can they deliver them in Oregon, or will Hie people put on a veto in 1838? Which crowd will win? The Jo. Simon, Scott, Corbatt, Dalph crowd or the Mitchell, Illrsch, Fulton, Mc Bride crowd? Haryey Scott Is hard to locate. He is with some of each crowd and against, some or each crowd. The SIltchelMHrscli crowd wnnt Ben son of Josephine for speaker, and Pat terson of Marion for president or the senate. Tncy want Fulton for gover nor and Ed. Hirseli for secretary or state. The other crowd want Jo. Simon for president of the senate, Corbelt for senator, Judge Riddle of Douglas for speaker, and of course all the unices In sight for themselves...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 18 December 1896

QUAY ON PLUTOCRATS. HBE loom ifillllCalUl.HCSIlonuuilcjr iiu uupihiii, '" ,vnV to the sunshine of hono, l,".c; nn1 henitl I iiifuu lurtiuu ..A. .ul'i.w. tVV'" - lit. toil's Snrsapnnim, because It gives .t utn ntul viijiluv in tlirs blood fcr.V.-,..wi. that iinnurU -irnii nil ... -- j I lire strcn J fc'Ui, vigor u men,', "i"Jrm rr.L.".v" u. ly. ifati 'ir' ..'. i.-liood'sSar W'BP"iia Lped me wonderfully, F , .. nun rlnenrfhn trhaf T dtif. K j i ., n tlrnthlv sick, had sick hcad- rcrru. - r l j etery lew days uu hjuso icrriuie tA deirotiacni iceimgs, wun ncan Latl s so that I could not go up nnd f . ...ft limit hIa iiilno tnif IiuhiI fcwr my heart and resting. In fact, It Vosld almost take my breath awny. I suf fered so I did not care to live, yet I had much to live for. Thero is no pleasuro In jife If deprived of health, for lifo becomes , burden. Hood's Sarsaparllla does far pore than advertised. After taking one lotll.t it is HUlHciont to recommend Mrs. J. E. Smith, Beloit, Iowa. co...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 18 December 1896

E2 -'-'" -'""- Daily Capital Journal. fcY HOPBR BROTHERS, FRIDAY, DEC. 18, 1890. . . , x s M " " "" " '' W DAILY LINK TO TORTLAND. Our Jacket Slash, STEAMERS- 1 . . it Altona and Kamona LEAVE DAILY. Fnrtlanrl, 0:45 a. m. Salem 7 s a. rn., except Sunday. Quick time, regular service and cheap , t , .rates. ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. H Been giving you some close ilgtires on jackets tor some time. imiw wek'olta lonir ways better niul throw out the whole line at OneThird Off, Its an opportune time for you, just before Christmas. You pan get a substantial jacket, for a trifle more than you pay for some article tit only for ornament. $0 jackets, $4. $7.60 ones, $.". $10 ones, $0.((5. $12 ones, $8. And so on all through the line. 2 EVERYTHING In capes and jackets will be closed out by January 1. $.1 values iro at $2.2."). $4 values go at $.'12.'). $5 values go at $4. ?u values go no w-n. $8 values goat $0.50. $10 values go at $7 f0. $12 values goat $10. $20 values go at $15. Buy now w...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 19 December 1896

o DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OBEGON, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 19, 180. 2s' U. 255 VOL, 8, Special lor ft 1 9) The new illustrated teachers' edition of the Oxford Bibles have been received by express, and in order to introduce them a special 10 per cent rcduclion will be made during the week at nFARRORN'S ILi II U J 1 11 I C ' I Book Store ! I Our Greatest. Is proving to be as grand n success as we could wish it to be, we liavo all we can attend to, and arc going to keep it up till January 1, 1897. There is just 10 days more of hard work for us in this sale, and just that many days for you to save big money on all lines. 20 Per is a great sacrifice for us, but it Is just as great a saving for you. We must have room for our spring stock and take tills means of getting it. Be sure and ask for one of our "Gold Alluminum" coupon cards, free. E. F. NEFF- ."The Boys' 297 CommerdaljSt, - - Salem, Or, Just a new line Ulster s, Overcoats "and Mackintoshes, Also a new line of nobby clothing, whic...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 19 December 1896

X Oregon Social and Personal. X SOCIETY NEWS At the Capital City and the Valley Towns, Miss Lcnora Kay spent several days this week with friends at Brownsville. Receiver and Mrs. F. It. Anson visited in Portland several days tills wc?k. MNs X. Kva Lei-, of tlic State Itc- for.n ScIickiI, visited Salem friends to day. Miss Marie Campbell, ft studect ao Willamette University, Is seriously ill of a fever. Rev. and Mrs. G. F. West, of East Salem, went to Portland Teusday on a short visit. MissRosalio Friendly came down from Eugene Teusday for a short visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. D.nuon visited for several days this week with Tort land friends. Mrs. Chas. A. Gray Isitcd with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. lllchaid- s'n, In Portland this week. Mrs. J. W. Miller returned to' Ore gon ulty Wed -icsday, after u visit vli.li her sister, Mrs. P. E. Ilodgkin. P. P. McDevitt, II. G. Kundret and J. E. Godfrey, of the State Printing force, spent Sunday in Gervais. Mrs.G. G. Lownsdale and ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 19 December 1896

Cripple ii,. iron erasp of scrofula 1ms no crcy upon its victims. Tills demon 1 !, blood is oflcn not satisfied with I'l ' ' l..1 .., !.,.( !.- II. Lfi- with tho pains of rheumatism Jatil Hood's Sarsaparilla cures. "h'enrly four years ago I becamo af- jlclcd with scrofula ana rncumallsm. IVlade '(tannine Burus uiujiu uuu uii my tlllgn?. pieces of bono came out and an operation ,ii contemplated. I had rheumatism in urlegs, drawn up out of shape. I lost ap petite, could not Bleep, l was a perfect neck. I continued to grow worse and 'silly gave up tho doctor's treatment to Well ftike Hood's Sarsaparilla. Soon appetlto fciine back; tho sores commenced to heal. IJIy limbs stralRhtoned out and I throw IWiv mv crutches. I am now stout nnH thrirtv and am farmimr. whereas fnnr titirsagol was a cripple. I gladly rcc lommend Hood's Sarsaparilla." urban IHammond, Table Grove, Illinois. ood's Sarsaparilla HitheOnc True Wood Purifier. All drucclsh. Si. Iprtpareil only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lou...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 19 December 1896

Dally Capital Journal, MY HUKBK BHOTHltRS, SATURDAY, OKI'. ), lSMi. s s ' ms s ms 1 DAILY LINiU a O PORTLAND. $ STEAMERS Altona and Ramona t Beci on. 8 -LEAVE-DAILY. Portland, 6:45 a. iu. Salem 7i a. m., except Sunday. Quick time, regular service and cheap iAiCS M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. v '''' tslPH si y s s s Our Jacket Slash. en giving you some close figures jackets fur some Li mo. Now wow it i ",nK way wMer ami throw out the wliolo line at OneThird Off, its nu opportune time for you, Just before Christmas. You can get a substantial jacket for a trifle more than you pay for some article lit only for ornament. $u jackets, 54. 87.60 ones, $5. $10 ones, 80.60. 312 ones, 98. And so on all through the line )PIJ iviruib o ii Of the Willamette University A Flourishing Department and a Live Faculty, SWK S& S i S9 S EVERYTHING The Dress Goods Slash is 'Still on. It's been a success from the start The big piles laid out at 29, 311.49, and 59 cents prove an irresistible attarction fo...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 21 December 1896

?J DAILY CAPITAL fl :i SALkM, OKKGON,. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5J1, I8J)G. 255 JOuRNALi.i VOL, 8. -----. I- "" " ! II I I ' ' ' HI! ,. . 1 J '!:'!. l ' fiii i -ii i iHi NO, (ihrlstniiis ftooiSr-1' ; m VH ww aj An Inflammable -" AT Trrn ' .0.1 inc v Populace. The Recognition of Independence Would Not Lead to War. SIEVES Cronin Murders Arrested in Kansas City. Items of Interest. Other rNT7Np o?V9" f& csr7TNT5; mTt7m. - jTi"! iir"aA'-i-tt AJ Thco goods were bought In New York for cash and will bo sold at true racket prices. We have a large lot of dolls of all sizes, picture books Tor little tots, and lamer lads and laes names, blocks, lewcl cases, albums In great variety, perfumes and a large assortment of silk, and linen handkerchiefs, in plain and eiubrolderled, chenille stand covers, and a great variety of other articles suitable for presents. in suits from 4 years to 00 if need bc.in price from 81.25 to 814, In neat dress or good work suits. The "Star 5 Star" shoe line is unsurpassed ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 21 December 1896

POLITICAL 'Review of the Situation In Our City, State and National Politics. ' The City (f Salem lias passed through another city election and haR secured the M3rvlces of tome of the vjry best men for it city government. Dr. Richardson for mayor will con tinue the good work begun by Mayor dutch of keeping the city within Its mean. Except for the city hall enter prise. Mayor Gatch's administration rather worked the city out or debt. For the city hall debt we have the city hall. It Is beyond all present needs of the city In proportions, and will cost four times as much each year for interest as the city could have rented for. But then each citi zen can point with pride to a fine building and cay, that is our city hall, and that, is worth something If It Is nothing but vanity. It will now cost a great deal annually for electric lights, for water, for heat, for Insur ance, and for janitors, and for what not? The same Investment for water works to give the citizens pure, abundant and che...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 21 December 1896

' t- - Boils It is oftHJ difllcti It to convince peo ple their blood is impure, until dread ful carbuncles, abscesses, boils, scrof ula or salt rheum, are painful proof of the fact. It is wisdom now, or when ever there is any indication of Impure blood, to take Hood's Sampnrilln. and prevent such eruptions mid hiifforinjr. "I bad a dreadful carbuncle abscess red, fiery, iierci and sore. The doctor at tended mo over seven weeks. When the abscess broke, the pains were terrlble.ond I thought I should not livo through It. I heard and read so much about Hood's Sarsnparllla, that I decided to take It, and my husband, who was suffering with bolls, took It also. It soon purified our Blood built mc up and restored my health so that, although the doctor said X would not be able to work hard, I have Bince done the work for 20 people. Hood's Snr saparllla cured my husband 01 the boils, and we regard It n wonderful medicine.'' Mns. Anna Peterson, Latimer, Kansas. Hoods Sarsapariila 1 4 thi) One ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 21 December 1896

m- Daily Capital Journal. BY HOVBR BROTHBRS MONDAY, DEC. 21, 1890. i; DAILY LINK lO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona 8 8 xxxxxrxxxxxxx LEAVE DAILY. Portland, 0:45 a. m. Salctu 7 s a. in., except Sunday. Quick time, regular service and cheap ....rates,... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. EVERYTHING ! In capes and jackets will be closed out by January 1. $3 values go at 82.2.". - $1 values go at $.'1.23. $5 values go at $4. $0 values go at $4.75. 88 values go at 8(5.50. $10 values go at $7 t'0. $12 values go at $10. $20 yalues go at $15. Buy now while we have your size. J, J, Dalrymple Co, Two Great Things, Our big slat.li nale of Jackets at one third off. Our big slash sale of Dress Goods. Prices In many traces less Ohm half. Big lines piled out ntfiV. .i9c,4!)c, .!K', atut li!k Look them over. Umbrellas, Fine lines of excellent values at $1, $1.25,81.50 and $2. Useful girts. Handkerchiefs Gentlemen's Initial linen, splen did quality, 25c. Large lines of ladles, fioni a colored borde...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 22 December 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, m fv v VOL, 8, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY", DECEMBER 22, I8JMJ. I 111 III V i J II ' tfi! AN ATTRACTIVE LINE OF W . $ -flr MnnnK, i H H MB Km BiHHISHnRBBKA.V iW ill m Wi including some of the most beautiful, artistic W fin works, mounted and framed in the newest w M forms. Owing to the late arrival will be sold jp Sj at a sacrifice, W Book Store ! g LIBERT! flnd Still Uii; Sale Goes on. AnflintH nf hnvspn awav hanDV in one of our neat and nobby suits, and i stUll their Xmas money is not reduced to any great extent. vmi imnnt. iin iMjr than to sten In and eet prices and see the styles. they are all new, and we take pleasure in showing our poods and giving you the lowest figures. 20 reduction is a treat saving to you. vie roll the goods up for you. Tdkcone-tifth off, pay la the balance and Salern, Or, gijami.'g-u-.-i - . JUS 1 mm a new'gline Ulsters, Overcoats 'and Mackintoshes, Also a new line of nobby clothing, which we are offering at the very lowest figure, These...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 22 December 1896

s. tt.wi auniaftafo in i04iijnii'fa,i')f 'vg irrWiiimYiitfciiiWftfiftU,iiniiiilhi'iil THE PROSPERITY. A row days since the Sihvu Slate man published Rome statements In regard to work on the Astoria rail road t hut. may deceive some working men. In order to make a show of pros perity, It told how work was resumed on that road, and how any one could get work who cared for It. In other words "there Is now work for any who will work, at good pay." The truth Is, about 500 men were put to work, and when they left Port land for the work not less than 2000 men w ci c ready to go, but could not be accommodated. Some men who cannot And anything to do on the streets were talking of going down but were discouraged by a fellow who had been there. lie said the wages paid are $1.25 per day, and 'the board is $4 per week. A man is in big luck if he gets to work half the tune at this season. lie has to pay $1 hospital dues out of his tirst earnings. The work Is hard and destructive to clothing and b...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 22 December 1896

pajjdiiflil luAilBt.fHiXiumi Scrofula Infests tho blood or humanity. It appears in varied forms, but is forced tojicld to Hood's Somparilla, which purifies and vitalizes tho blood and cuics all such diseases. Head this: "In September, 1894, 1 made a misstep and njared my ankle. Very soon afterwards, A Sore ixo Inches across formed and in walking to favor It I sprained my ankle. The soro became worse; I could not put my boot on and I thought I should have to give up it every step. I could not get any relief and had to stop work. I read of a cure of a similar case by Hood's Sarsaparllla and concluded to try It. Before I had taken all of two bottles the soro had healed and the swelling had gone down. My Foot la now well and I have been greatly bene fited otherwise. I have Increased in weight and am In better health. I cannot tay enough in praise of Hood's Sarsapa rllla." Mns. H. Blake, So. Berwick, Me. This and other similar cures prove that Hood's Sarsaparilla lithe One True Blood Pur...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 22 December 1896

a-te Daily Capital Journal.! Two Great Tilings. Our bljr slash sale of Jackets at (mo third off. Our big slash ule of HY HOKBR BROTHBRS Dress Goods, TUESDAY, DEC. 22, 189(1. t " - ' r r v &t DAILY LIJSJS TO rOHTLAND. " STEAMERS , Altona and Ramona i -LEAVE tj DAILY. M Portland, 0:43 a. m. W Salem 7, i a.m., except Sunday. 1 1 Qnick time, regular service and cheap iT roles J M. P. BALDWIN, y Agent, Salem. SBs y 9k t & w wl ." V IN HOLIDAY r: ATTIRE Gift suggestions that are clamoring for recognition. Gifts that appeal to practical donors, making a lasting re membrance. Purses, card cases!, hand-bags, etc. Embroidered Linen and Swiss hand kerchief?, 15c to $2. Holiday neckwear in all the newest shapes, 25c. to 31.50 each. Congo canes, solid silver monntings, $1 to $2 each. Umbrellas from 50c. to $10. Every one a good value. "Famous" $10 overcoats. J, J, Dalrymple Co, Prices in many cases U"s than hajr. Big lines piled out at 20c, 39c. 40c. 59c. and S0o. Look them over. Umbrell...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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