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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 22 September 1900

iY -) 3'" ""1 THE DAILY JOURNAL y "1. .! . ' '. B . w,V ' ' ..l. '"' & i t,i voii. x SIX PAGES SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1900. SIX PAGES KO J.35 ,, r, v-- . $-, f'i- &: .- BOYS' CLOTHING Suits suitable for school wear, made from the celebrated Salem Mills Fabrics, which is an absolute guarantee of quality. The little fellows need a serviceable garment. Something that is strong, durable and won't fade. Our home manufactured goods are made to meet these requirements. Just received a large line of Boys' Overcoats in cheviots, chinchillas and the new Oxford Gray, prices the lowest, ages 4 to 19. Boys' fancy percale shirts stiff bosom. Boys' underwear, boys' hats' caps, neckwear, collars and cuffs. The high turn down collar in boys' sizes now in. W00iE$ UiU store BOO COMMEROIAb eST. -flPOR the next ten f make some tan shoes. X A look will convince you that we are after your business, $ 2 275 COMMERCIAL ST. K RAUSSB RRQ3 -: extended to all visitors the display of Vehicle...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 22 September 1900

nnrvy-iijiwi jfHPpiMi ty pjn fen o s w t A ?! n t-i tni'n .- 4 - Neither ate you wcIL The frequent head aches,the fatigue after slight exercise; the lack of appetite, want of energy, a slight hut trouble some pain here or there, the loss of flesh and strengthjCffastfVMtf1 whiefvyou take cow ; all thi&akicatesthat your health is notas'it should be. What is the best thin? to do? .. All persons suffering as fc.i S certain remedy In a Williams' Fink Pills for Pale People They are for pale people, for delicate people, for nervous" people , for people who are thin and lacking in energy, spirits and appetite. When you take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People you are simply doing what thousands of your fellow beings the world over have done with the greatest success. Kriowing this it is always unnecessary and often dangerous to experiment with something else that h recommended as "just as good." At nil druglt or direct term Dr. Wlltlnmi l!ellllHi..iclici-)tndr, N.V.lo.ltlcl on rcoe...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 22 September 1900

ftfrtimf As'n W(Yt;iilte(faM55sa6 1 mrii ftt&i Vr m Ill MHHI W-i3BiJKwItt vS? vr. -j7ME5rirll!!tri 4r mKiiitilhr 'r ' BMr-' uI i!.Lii0&, lrK7 ? MtrfiiM W Ma'tfr ft wkjkl Wf GilWBL.aw' rFJsCTJ 'MBbSm ilftmfl?sSHlllaeMw)H !ffiSllISIIi!l!$l$ . -... ., - n,-r iitntTrr'vniiiiMffTTiT'Ti i"iiiiinri 4 . I ' - .i.. 7 (TA, f 4 AND VIEWS jf rtfwftfcn MilM Hfillfl AflL-ntt l,.f ...l" .. .8ittSR ' ' place u,iuoiic scnooisof thai Mrs. K. Dnri-nll nf ill...... . linn r.T:.Y " " .. ,jr BPc.t n .qw Btatofap.Bnd y nftor nttGn(,InB l" i "' ?.hnrlc,8, Jrorcs, who has boon thnfc1 y'8.,UnK friC"d8 nml 8e0i8 tho State Iair has returned to her homo wiuyun Jliy, ' ' Give Him an Inch. He'll Take m Ell." Ze Vie smallest microbe gain lodgment in your body and vour tvf.nf.' x . ,. c diseased. The microbe is microscopic, Bui the germs become inches and then tils of pain. Hood's Sarsaparilla destroys the microbe, prevents the pain, purifies the blood and effects a permanent cure. SUNDAY SEIWICES; A Kotoli...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 22 September 1900

?pK5SwSw5Sp? -" wy"r!W&WF1 T" fiTOKMv, -v" MV m 11 ""'' i MATTING The use of matting for the floor is becoming greater every year. Aware of the coming increase in demand we have prepared to meet it and are well supplied with this useful article. ' ' ' The increasing use of floor mat ting is not due to "whims" or "notions" but to the appreciation for a practical and convenient article of not half the trouble nor pains, but just as nice and pop ular as any carpet in places where it suffices equally well. Don't Forget We Have Lots of Matting.... f . H. flollls & 60. FIRST DOOR NORTH OF POSTOFFICE. 'f! Wheat Market, 8Jf Fjukobco, Sept. 22. Cash 105. OmcAOO, Ill.,8ept.22.-SpU 7Btf. Salem, 60. GOLD DUST FLOUR KADI BY Tho Sidnev Power Co. SIDJfKT, OBICIOK. made for family use, ask your grocers for it. IJran and shorts always on hand. A. T. WALN, AGENT. rnoHB 51. A 4 gSHOES! j "DO YOU WANT SOME THING THAT IS NEAT, AND THAT WILL WEAR IN SHOES?" IF SO SEE OUR HAMILTON BROWN SHOES. FOR...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 22 September 1900

-m'ii "h'uu.. 'ii,iwii niinimiiwiiintwwwwiiim'yB'' vffi "Kh vi -: : HE By r' .. , t-igaaakMiii three" o'tecfr Itf f he "WbRfSfiRK Tlurt ii time o( hwrfllne Whan lb Jubtltnt, ntwbohi day And tha opal tlntt of approaching dawn Al ytt Mn fir away. In tbt raattrn iky l morarosnt, No low, but Impending change. Tbt houtt It filled with tcbott) FimllUr roomt look strange. Clip back tbt bolU end ItiTt them Steal out bcoctth tbt ekjrj BUnd alone In in unknown world Of awful purttjr. BUnd alone with folded hand, Walt for the gift of wing, Walt to be lifted higher, Nearer the heart of thlngal Tbt hearent art clear and moonlit Though the moon It on the wane) "The wind that walled throughout tho night Drops with a tlgh of pain. A vagut alarm It creeping Over tbt flelda and lawn) J Time pauses, night U over, And ytt It It not dawn. Away down In the pastures Tlit cattle turn and moan; All Hiring thing art troubled With a Miut of tbt unknown. For the with eyet may act now. And they who question kno...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 22 September 1900

,,H IV'1 m k j& iT " p. v .,..; immHwrfwaaa gsaHnyaiiaaftaa'uyjtfi'tMigs" fciM ID flifffliiniiii F! itiiiiiiiiiii Ban Fkahpih Oiiicago, III. 8alom,60. GOLD I TheS BII mado for fainll' It. Rran and A. T. W VVfcVVAVI i SB I "DO YC THING . AND TH IN SHOl OUR HA SHOES. STYLE STAND I'KrCQS I ? E. F. 0! "rate Tho foUowii boon agreed t .Works nml 0 city beginning Conloctlonot markets, uslii( 60a pur liutuln Private part 76o;1ohs than ealo below lOo Ico in ton lo at the works. Ico shippod extra mi Bott KlingerftUecl All orders J at the brewer Froo city ilell Our atoro w Bej)t. 24 till 5 Raoket. ,- Fi ayi We carry, DRIED?E VMU cijfa SoifESY PA? SUDJEQr DISCUSSED ,py THE JER ICHO DEBATING SOCIETY. Pop Fcrklna, the X?pattuiiHter, . Tcll ' HoW tlto'Orannlantlon Hynm9(nricl ' nml IIott It Cams lo nn Untimely nnd Inglorlona End. ICopyright, 1900, by C. B. Iswls.' I Tho Jericho Debatln society was Bquar Joslyn's Idea, It dawned on him ono afternoon as ho was hdcln In his garden, and that ovcnl...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 24 September 1900

ees; Read Rap Time Sketches, ff Saturday's JOURNAL. ZIXt'i'M "1 rrr"- - J - npTTTp DAILY OU ARB CORDIALLY INVITED Pont yon know that TUB DAILY TOOim U U th but p t r In tho oltyr '' TO FURNISH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS OF YOUR FAMILY ANDRIENpS vol.. x SALEM, OREGON MONDAY SEPTE1VLBEI. 24 1900. V. tf " c Ntk 6 - .fltf" juunijjuA . " 4 ' .i i. II-.; . " w ' KT re ,agn - -S 'CjfBif- ' Br ' Tot 3, f I '"MM f-ym ITflTE PREMIUM LIST XBF official Awards Prizes and Diplomas THE FAIR PROBABLY MADE ENOUGH TO PAY al Receipts Exceed the Ten Thousand Dollar Mark - Warrants Ordered Paid -Business of the t.Thgi8tato Fair Treasurer reports tho totwniecoipta ol tuu etalo lair lor tliu ejarnpoo at about f 10,200. UljT prcmlnnia and billa arc ordered paidlin full and tho Board haa been in ee4on all day auditing billa and closing upfflie bualnosa of tho year. Below will bo found tho correct ofll- clMpremlum list and tho cash awarded ucccssfiil exhibitor and will bo 'Incompleted in Tim Jouhna...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 24 September 1900

r n u li K. t l f ' tr . Sr ',1 l ti f hJt !?' r. v 1 . 9 ",-i. n :a. ifrvr,, woman's NiShtmare nrwiancy to prepare the system fortlieeventthat It laanfelypoMcjl without any dlioomfort whatever, This liniment lias en tried thousands of women through this great crisis without sullenne, ana iney uecinrr It n irodend to women Send for free book contnlulnjr Information of priceless value. Address, nradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ca. W want.ie: sell yoo J Jolii Next Suit! Long ngo wo went into tho boot clothing mnrkots nnd searched pitted ana bought tho goods that liavo boon coming to ua daily for past month. Wo hayo tho results now to show in tho ft 1 !'' Best selected Fine Suits Ever placed on-our clothing tables. Such a varied choice is hero that merely n hint in possible Thero aro chovlots nnd woritods, tweeds nnd c&8sitnoreB, serges rnd clay but It's tho novelty of weavo and color, and tho high standard of cloth and trimming that makos our Fall showing a very superior ono. For...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 24 September 1900

"Tt"' 7- .T V"T -ivswrtjuiim m jii "wwm jwii' ,: 1 xif&( yM . t T t htf-vmrnm ' ' t&3 "5afiTriu re, GROWS HAIR UKE THIS within n few months. Nbwbro's Hhrpicidk kills tlie dandruff germs that cause falling hair nnd finally baldness. No other preparation but Hcrpicidc kills the dan druff ccrm. Destroy the cause, you remove the effect Herpicidc is n delightful hair dressing for tegular toilet use. LimtatTOK, Mokt., Sept. 90, til. I ha.ro ul one-half bottle ofil.rrilclile, Rnil mr iinut la f reo from dandruff ami nix liMrilort not faUoutMfortnrrlr. lam Terr, much cnlhnied ovrr the rriolu.and have rroommcndcdltto a nnmberof my friend. JIIJ8 MaMOOLD IUluwih. For Jale at all Flnt-Clajs Drug Stores. Haviland'-iKht' na arrived. Two shanes in olain white, nnd thrpp Hpr.nrnt- rilXllll rlr,"-"-"- "''-,-'JM' H . 1 IfcOted; Ranson and Josephine de- . "y A nnira iinttr INrt r iTrh(a TT I III VI. IIJV lilt lUllipill line of all pieces. ,1. 8 1-2 inch plain white plates MOO per dozen. Tea cu...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 24 September 1900

6 kai)ta -- .. I taS!5itts(a-L. :'; f I H 1 II r- tfi. v m t 'V w. - --JlmHitiBmii Silk Waist Patterns We show tlio very noweat creations in allies for abirt waiaht. Single waist patterns, no two nliko, the very prctlieat shown in (tolem, 80c to (2.60 per yard. STATE FAIR PREMIUM List Concluded From Second Pitf. IflOLYERSOW'SAJBMie Mmmmmmmmuammmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmm OUR HUE OF DRESS GOODS Especially in goods for Tailor made suita and skirts is the- lancest shown in the city this fall and our prices aro trado winners. ' Wo are showing a lino of Silk Popolinand fancy wool and Bilk skirtings tiiat lias no equal. i 3 2 4 t f f f f t wra pa rinmwTM V ' GREAT ARRAY The Fall stock must be seen to ive you an idea of what we are doing. f About of I Dress Goods f r f r v Homespuns.... A very stylish wonvo for Tailor 1 Suits and Skirts, 50 inches wido I 00c tho yard. i Pebbled Cheviot A very stylish weavi A varied assortment. Tho predominating foaturo this dress goods stock is tho vast ness of ...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 25 September 1900

awrf xy ai. saur.: taa Read Rag Tim StoLhes, Saturday's JOURNAL. IB THE DAILY JOURNAL. XoU AKfi CORDIALLY INVITED A TO FURNISH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS Pont you know that THE DAILY J rJaf 1 0 N tb but p t or 1 1 ttij oltff OP YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS VOh. X SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1900. NO 237 ' 'I R IW1M -1 V,fi ?5 fcf " r mbbbbbI 'j3T HoHk v twi ,i!t 4. . 2 fc'v ''v i " atJr . aft. r t Strike ftnlK1 SITUATION Strikers Marchingr Peacefully From Mine to Mine Kre keeping WITHIN LAW Fewer Men at Work Than any Time Since the Strike-One Compauy Makes Conces sions. Bj -. ... ti - j 4; IB A law 'J j;mL 4, e .JbbbK T ? annrniivi f) C3n..4 OK Tl...n Aiuuni'aiiriiiAi omit) kjuit w. tuuru Ifljtnoro activity today in thoco.il minor b r""",u,iraH' 4ttfc Jttl H.lt.H BOYS' CLOTHING Suils suitable for school Salem Mills Fabrics, which Vt The. little fellows need a !?tnat is strong, durable and won t lade. . ''flfc ur '10me manufactured goods are made to meet these requirement...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 25 September 1900

ill :u . - ijiiiimwi ir 11 .ar - laMMaaartaMeMSttaafel t V i J w v We want to sell you Your Next Suit! TH.imeo wo Went Into the boat clothing markets md watched and S? ul ami toJSS .the goods that have been com log to ub dally (or the put .month . Wo have the results now to show in the , Best selected stock of Mes -Fine Suits Kiirt&&wfcwtatt $10 to $20 2J2. SSSAS moToy usually buysN Come and eco about IU a W. Johnson & Company. The Peoples Clotliicrs and STATE FAIR PREMIUMS LIST Complete Official Award of Cash Prizes Also Diplomas an4 Honorable Mention Made of Dtservlrif Exbltlls-CorapIeteiJ from Monday. Jtclow will bo fonnd tlio stato fair pre mium list completed from Monday's JouiutAL. Tho entlro llflt of awarda will bo reprinted In Tub Wjikkly Jotm- MAI DIVISION C-Cootloued. SwetMtakcVfor Lout Wool. J II Stump. Ram with 4 of his lambs, pure blood 1 I 10 Swtekstakes for Fine Wool. Win Carey, Baletn. Ram with 4 of Ills lambs, puro blood 1 $ " Sweepstakes for Middle Wool...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 25 September 1900

an- BkV' !IbK We .? mBBmfmfWm SyrufoRgs ActrJPeajantfyandJfoiitptfy. Cleanses the System . Ucntly and Jklfectually M AltYt Itlltniftf - Mn.-t.. resents w tlte most accepfailebai the laxative principles of plants Anoirn to act most beneficially. ; TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS . BUY THE GENUINE MANF'D. DY CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCO. '"ft SAN rRANCISCO, CAL. .LOUISVILLE , KY. NEW YORK, N.Y. for isle by druggists - prkt SOt per bottle. ,'Hayilai&&f Jjjlllld Tvo shapes in plam white, and three decorat : jl'ed; Ranson and Josephine de L'siens. We have now the complete line of all pieces. 8 1-2 inchplain white plates 4.00 ner dozen. Tea cuds and isaucers plain white, 53.10 per ""dozen. Also nice line in odd pieces for Daintintr. - - . Come and see the entire line, and prices. Store open un il 8 p. m. Ex cept Saturday. Yokohama Tea Store Phono 2-111. Kri'o Delivery. O. C. T. Go's I'AUUUNOKI. HTKASjKII FOJMONA X NI TT altonA I.KAVIM FOIl I'dllThAND I)IIt rixoont RimcUy t 7 . in. QUICK T...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 25 September 1900

r mtemnmM?Rtin(4ittr:nnr-k- 4 t :i : tl " : i 4 I M a 'in I f(. I ! I V HOLYERSOiYS OUR LINE OF Especially in is tho largest G and silk skirtings that has no equal. - Wr" W I-"" &' I"" tw" f f f m FILL GOODS The Fall stock must be seen to gfvc you an idea of what we are doing. f t 1 f r- 1 f r r r k k k k About Dress Goods A varied assortment. Tho predominating fcaturo of this dress goods stock is tho vast noes o( tho assortment. Thorn is not a tasta that cannot ho suited, liecatipo Mm variety embraces everv stylish weave, every fash ionable coloring. Hero aro a few of tlieeo now drew beauties: Homespuns.... A very stylish weavo for Tailor riilts and Hkirts, on inoncs wiuo QOc tho yard. Pebbled Cheviot A very stylish woavo in tho rough effect, ooines in Dlack and Navy ery pw, $1.50 the. yard Creposs, Coif Goods, Plaid Back, Sulllnjj, Henriettas, Cheviots, CUy Worsteds, etc. : : : : : SOLE AGENTS FOR WARNER'S RUST PROOF COKSETS DALRYMPLE'S tV .rtfftf . 6 &Mk ,:. mrsw IsHOBSlI...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 26 September 1900

-. -'-ffj2Bii! J-"-'itt.ir R&ad Rag fluid Sketches; iiT Saturday's JOURNAL. y ''t K.VA,. illll TTTF1 DAILY JOURNAL. Aou Arte GdrtDiALLV invited -?Tn FURNISH THE JOURNAL Pont you knotr that THK DAILY J )'Jtmt l ttwbjtt pt ir 1 1 ttij oltr PERSONAL AND SOCIAL, tflEjys OF YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS iL VOL. X SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2G 19)0. NO:-88 ;( 1 -i!5wEF JSm G"W ,. 7 tt , krac m-MSP WjM JI mat Dlatlnctlona In IlelnK Kicked. The Arabs, clever horsemen ns they are, are quite ns liable to nccldent as English Brooms. Hut the Aral) likes to bo kicked by a thoroughbred horse and ptinnot endure to be put to any pain by hit animal whose pedigree in nt all de fective. An English surgeon had been .setting the broken leg of an Arab who CQtnplnlneu more or me ncciuem mat Bad befallen him than was thought be coming In one of his tribe. This the Burgeon remarked to mm. and his an swer was truly characteristic. "Do you "pilnk. doctor. I should have uttered a word of complaint If my o...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 26 September 1900

W. t-v 111 .". tv h " ? . , K i It. K. tf .1' ' r a 1 'I !'. : i V 0 "'J And flSWG BREAST wrnnan -who uses MoTUKR'8 FRIEND child-blrth'-for it te Ihteceai i horror and insures safety to mother and child. Our booV, Before Baby U Born," is vort h V" . . .' .l .ummman anil .-lll belwit free irt plain envelope by Bradfield Regulator Company, Atlanta, Go. JiJIvrantto'Sellyou Wbi Next Suit! Lonu ago wo went into the best clothing markets and searched and eiltod and bought the tfooda that have been coming to us daily for the past roorith. We have the rcsultn now to show In the Best selected stock of Men's Fine Suits ' Uvor -placed on our clothing tablet). Stioh a varied choice Is here that merely a hint is possible. There are cheviots and worsteds, tweeds andoassimeres, serges rnd day but It's the novelty of weave and color, and the high standard of cloth and trimming that makes our Fall showing a very superior one. For TjA rx (TJ fl f wo are able to show Fall und winter J III S II JIZlJ e...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 26 September 1900

ltd JrltaPvK lis ' t .. &$ i. -. r . v' p ' I.' ' V . ' Sir . VA R 1 iifcHil mf litoiii hfcJ fl'iiMBi'i" Bffi1ih"i'i " l im wiiAy.'i- .m g WTf ra$f3r" wiuRr&JBy! I J M-jf Sjl- S'f , 4li)r HkwuvvwM Health and Disease at lltuilrated In the Scalp. FhJ. I ahowi itttlon of a healthy hair magnified. FhJ. 2 shows the deadly effect f the DANDRUFF GERMS that are destroying the hair root Destroy the cause you remove the effect No Dandruff, no Falling Hair, no Baldness, If you kill the jerm with NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. rr Sale by all Dru&liU. Price 41.00. - 311 6 Haviiand China... The Import of Haviiand Chi na arrived. X Two shares in plain white, and three decorat ed; Ranson and Josephine de signs. , We have now the complete .ine of all pieces. 8 1-2 inchplain white plates 4.00 per dozen. Tea cups and saucer plain white, $3.10 per dozen. Also nice line in odd pieces for painting. Come and see the entire line, and prices. Store open un il 8 p.Mii. Ex cept Saturday. Yokohama Tea Store P...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 26 September 1900

ff)w' V a' ft j. ' i ; -, 1 7 .TC Silk Waist Patterns Wo i how the very newest creations In silks for ahlrt waista Bingle waist patterns, no two alike, the very prettiest shown in tfalem, 80c to $2.60 per yard HOLYERSOiYS 3T The big Bargain House of Salem. mt mhh OUR LINE OF DRESS GOODS Eipec tally In goods for Tailor madosulta and skirt Is the largest shown in the city this fall and our prices are trade winners. We are showing a line of Silk Popelinand fancy wool and silk skirtings 'hat has no equal. t f v I- is" -" ; NEW FILL GOODS IN GRE4T ARRAY t f f r r r r f t r f r The Fall stock must be seen to give you an idea of what we are doing. a i i i k k About Dress Goods A varied assortment. The predominating feature of this dress goods stock is the vast neea of the assortment. '1 here la not n taste that canrrot lo suited, bcoatiio Oie variety embraces every stylith weave, every fasli- ionaUlo coloring. Jiero arc a lew of these new drew beauties: Homespuns.... A very stylish weave f...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 27 September 1900

( K Saturday's JOURNAL. l Pont you know that THE DAILY J . ;)Jaf it, lumbMtp turn thaoitr? , J THE DAILY JOURNAL OU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO FURNISH THE JOURNAL PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS OF YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS J ,i 4 3 1 t . t.nSL i r c.s MCE TUAN'S wSbintment Preceeded Mc- Kinley's Action REFUSING TO JOIN GERMANY IKeace Our Government Cannot De Mamed Tor the appearance of Renewed Hostilities In the Chinese Entire oclated Iraa Ta tha JouraaL , 'jyAsinNaTo.v, Sept- 27. Tlio stnto' do- .. partnu'tit haa becu advised of tho up- vfP.Mnt merit of Princo Tuan na grand sec- :-m . o Jfft . BOYS' CLOTHING c..:i iiLi, r t i a ox auuauie iui sw;uui Salem Mills Fabrics, which is an. absolute guarantee of Sliality. jj( The little fellows need a serviceable garment. Something that is strong, durable and won't fade. Our home manufactured eoods are made to meet these requirements. Just received a large line of chinchillas and the new Oxford A to 19. . -,' ' Boys' fancy percale shirts stiff bosom...

Publication Title: Daily Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 27 September 1900

"".I p.; -. Yi, S 'i We wnt to sell you Yourext Suit! JSutnonth. We have the rfalU now to .bow in the Best selected stock of Men's Fine Suits Brerpiac.lonrthin.Uble,. J ftf-" mereJraUiniisiiwe. ...u ------ , of weave and A'fSraSStf cWaof inthit make- car ttr.&V.t" moTey usually bojr.T Come awl see aboat it. G, W, Johnson & Company Tfie Peoples Clothiers and Furaishcfs THE GENERAL JOURNAL RUSTLER Continues His Journey From Colorado Springs txsolfces theAKoriatt of rtttraska mi Iowa l toots Agriculture CfcMftflf- Euro- ca ImnliratJoa at Low Pitt Chicago, Eept. 0. The trip from Colorado Springs to Chicago la not marked by any tcenlc rofaUof interest,bt cover rather a flat dreary itrelch aa far aa the Missouri riv er, followed by the more fertile, undulat ing nrftlrfoa of Iowa and Illinois. Tbo northwest corner of Kansas for a hun dred miles presents a sad prospcot. The corn orop,wbleh Is the ehlef effort of the farmers of that sectfon.was flratstripped by hall and then further ...

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