ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Journal, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 7,040 items from Daily Journal, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
7,040 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily journal. — 1 March 1900

THE DAILY JOURNAL. roii. x SALEM, OREGON TIIUKSDAY BLAUCH 1 1900. Give those Sho?s! brown's IN A trial Thoy'll stand the test for tho hardest wear and tho styles are right up-to-date. The New York Racket has nn enormous lino ol shoos and can lit almost any customer In stylo, quality and prlco. Our original "Itackot Prices" enablo us to soil tho beet quality ot ?;ooda at prices that bring reliablo merchandise with n tho reach of all. Don't waste money on poor goods. You get tho host at Ion est posslblo prices at r I r THE NEW YORK RACKET, i X Cash wot tjr KRAUSSB 1900 Wall Paper . More new designs of wall paper just received at 2 2 " F. W. HOLLIS & CO. 1st Door North BRIDGE & BEACH MANUFACTURING CO.'S SUPERIOR ffi CAN BE FOUND AT GRAY SOLE AGENTS AT SALEM, ORE. J, We can save you money on . LV iHiW r n its' "s x IT the following - s' Pr lines y O sapw BURBN - mark Sho?s! SHANK Docs It, 2 i We still have a few of those ladies' box calf shoes at $2,00 and $2,25. If you need any...

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. — 1 March 1900

t Ty ffWmWWflfmrTWmmTTmWTmfW 756. SPECIAL. I I flf FOR A f 2 V HHW DAYS M t Ladlca black kid, strap naiidal at. wllli' buckle mil bow". . . . s Ladles tenia congress shoca. . MIsee black kid, strap lanital J? likacut J Mleees Urn Oxford ties 75 C Can't Stand Coif Many children can't 6tand cold weather. The sharp winds pierce them, and the keen air hurts them. Thcv have cold after cold. 5 1 lose flesh, and spring-time 2, finds them thin and delicate. 3 SccUSSnvtifetoTL I & Sbo? Store . tamtt 04 Stato Stroot. 2 iAiAMi lAiiiiiiiAiaiiiiiiuiiiiuiiuiiiaiiiAAi wherelt would jkiss into the channels of local trade. The example that Salem has get In this connection ia an excellent ono for other towns to adopt. The Money Devil la fattened and pampered by the prevailing ayalcm of bonded in debtednesa. The Salem plan does offer some relief to the exactions of outside Interest eaters, which enable a class to Ihe tioii the fat.of the land without do ing their share of the world's work, and, at...

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. — 1 March 1900

ra ACTS GENTLY ON THE Kidneys, Liver and Bowels r,ANSE5 the System el EFFECTUALLY OVERCOMES JJrrzy ' . 1 UM PEnMANENTLY ,TSB.c,;tEcT& DUX THC GENUINE - MANY D oy (AUIvRNIATGrSYRVr. roaueiriioiueiSTiriu lot nttcitiL : O. C. T. Go's PASSENGER BTEAb.Kll POMONA ALTONA LEAVES FOU t'OUTLAND Pnllr oxecpt Hiindav at 8'a.?m. QUICK TJMK AMU CliKAP ltATEB. Dockltwtwean Hlnto and Conrt'Hta. Pl.tl. HALDWJN, AROnt. V 4 PERSONAL AND LOCAL jot additional Local Nel too Fourth Pnire Dr. II. F. Ong went to Sllvorton tills morning. Mrs. It. S. Mean has returned from Eugene. Sirs. II. T. Itriico is visiting friends In Portland. I. C. Wolf, Of Sllvorton, was In this city yesterday. J. V. lWrleh, of Jefferson, was u Salem visitor yesterday. Frank Savage, of Caesopolls, Michigan, arrived In the city last night. W. U. Ijiwlor, tlio mining man of tho S.uitlain, was in the city yestorduy. Sirs. A. A. Nichol returned fropi a business trip to Portland last night. M. Uredomeler and W. II. Holmes weio passeng...

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. — 1 March 1900

, . -, it vr .. -r,7vyar-nir-JeM.aipitpl- " ' " ..'. k jy 1 " We have SILK SATEEN SILK0L1NE MERCERIZED FLANNEL KNIT ERGE CREPON CHEVOT MIXED ERGE CREPON I Overskirfs NEW PLAIDjI tii wnoMMAJ.B rmcn o xt.v iiavk imnut.t.Y nvANOXD BUT FOR THE REST OF FEBRUARY WE WILL SACRIFICE PROFITS AND LET THEIrV-T'C AT PRICES THAT MAKES cnn um: a pmvjim NEW IDEA PA1TKIIN8 IflOLUERSON'SI aOB nnd OOO COMMItKOIAIi HT. Neu) Today 26T JT. J. DALRYMPLB Si CO. What the Dickey Bird Said Was that young ladles look Imoller when their light had been fitted with hand, some Uratlllan ebble or French crys Ul 8'as than they did More they wore them, when they wore ground and adjusted to the sl(hl by Hinges. Thu U-auty of our lino optical goods, as well as tho skill with which wo adjust them make us Justly popular as optician. O-H. HINQBS oiticum 0o commichoiai. ht. Nest door to llohorsou'a MAMION OOUNTV MATTBHB Huilnm Using Tiansacud t the Couit House, FKONATIi. F. A. Turner administrator do bonis non of tho palat...

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. — 2 March 1900

WffPXPPPVVMIPF WWV' DAILY JO URN Ai, VOX.. X SALEM, OREGON FRIDAY MARCH 2 1000. Though the din of auction bclla and tho flutter of rod flags and whlto signs, wo havo patiently held our pence, but now we've a word to say. But not by RED FLAG nor CLANGING HELL will we seek to attract your attention, nor by "closing out" sales either, for the TFJI THE omSfoli BOER PRISONERS ARE PARADED Lieutenant Morilymin of tho Warwick shires; Lieut. Daly of tho Irish fusiliers. Wounded (Jen. Barton and Col. Carr Scots, of tho Fusiliers and twenty.thrco others. Colknbo. Camp, Fob. 28. Tho Boers ' MJHWOO isnero to stay as long as Oregon wool grows on Oregon Bhcep. Well wo started to say that wo havo Just completed our Annual Invoice, and In taking stock, find that we havo several lines of suits all sold out save perhaps one or two. These odd suits wo havo placed by themselves and THEY'VE GOT TO GO FOH WE MUST KEEP OUR STOCK CLEAN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD SUIT OF OREGON WOOL AT A CLEAN-UP PRICE, NOW'S YOUR ...

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. — 2 March 1900

ri"v--witwi(!)iif(flppwiiiiiv'' i; w- fL i'u U ttimimmmm?WWnnTW!?TTWim 7 ftS? SPECIAL! J A Vi FEW DAYS ,H LmHw b!ck kid, strap twndal trlih buckle und bow JjwHti seree congress shoes, . WmH black kid, (trap sandal Z,llko cut . . , , Xiesea tan Oxford ties Q 75 Shoe Store 't&OIsV r 04- Btoto Btroot. .mU.JlsJi...m.umilil.liA....miAa..Ua4.. A Healthy Stomach makes puro blood, vigorous nerves a strong body. Hosteller's Stomach Hit ten strengthens weak stomachs. An occasional dose will keep tbo bowels ac tive. Taken regularly, It will euro in digestion, constipation, dyspepsia, bil iousness, inactive liver, or kidneys, ma- iaria, (ever and ague. It will cure you. fleo that ft Pbivath Revkxcb Stamp cov ers tlio neck of tho bottle. It has no Hosteller's o , Stomach Superior Bitters JOURNAL Walk-in, Miller. 'X-RAYS.' IBB DM? JOCIUUL MY MOVKR BHOTMBHB RIDAY, MARCH 2 1C00. My, One Year 93.00, in Advanoe OtHf, Pom Montua 91 00. U ad vane 0 Wklr. One Year 91.00, In iJvauc. TWO CONVENTION CA...

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. — 2 March 1900

wnfmrn-f gg-fftHnrET" .Tfr' J& Veteran feSU Anita, Iovra, Borrud hla rnnntrjr during the UteTTtrnttliooxiiPtno of lil liimltli. Tha story coucornhiK Ms restoration to healtb Is f Iron uolow In bis own words! "When I returned from the army my constitution was broken down. I suf fered extreme nervousness, and Indi cation. Physicians did not help me until one prescribed Dr. Miles' Nerv ine, and today I am in better health than I have been for thirty years." DR. MILES' is sold by nil drurgists on Guarantee, first bottle benchts or money back. Book on heart and nerves sent free. Pr, Mltos Medical Company, Elkhart, lnd O. C. T Co's I'ABHrMIKU BTKAJl.Hl POMONA JL AM) - -jc tLKA1?Ea FOll rOUTLANP Dally except Kundny at 8 a "in Q01CK TIMIJ AND ClIUAP 1IAT1 B. l)ncklbetoon;8ta(o ami I'nnrt HU. ,M..1. BALDWIN, AkodU PERSONALAND LOCAL- or mldltloiial Local New aco Fourth I'aco If. S. Qile, went to Portland yester day. Clms. Ltveslcy has cone to Ililtieli Columbia. J, II. Sottlemolor, of Woo...

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. — 2 March 1900

' , . We have a big line of Ml SILK SATEEN SILKOLINE MERCERIZED FLANNEL KNIT Underskirts Overskirfs TAILOR-MADE ERGH CREPON CHEVOT MIXED NEW PLAIDIJ the wiiolwiaxs rmce ob am, havis Mvnmui.tT adtakckd BUT FOR THE REST OF FEBRUARY WE WILL SACRIFICE PROFITS AND LET THEM GO AT PRICES THAT MAKES EACH ONE A BARGAIN. A PIONEER POET. Joaquin Miller Used to Dig Potatoes and Split Ms for Jesse Looney. How Uo Made Ralls and Fell in Love With a Marlon County Maiden MCVf 1DKA 1'ATTCHHa riOLlER50N'5 200 and OOO OOMMKKOtAb 8T, TROtfKB TUAVjSlNa BA09 NeW Today tar Moussehilue do solo all-overs for trimming. Fancy Chiffon Tics, nil colors. Appllquo all-overs In now designs. Novelties In Waist silks. Swell Flflld back dress goods. Bilk and wool crepons In now pat terns. Hemstitched ribbons. Bilk Zephyrs (or swell waists. Madras curtains; Unfiled curtains. Colored 1'cau do solo. Fancy bordered Umbrellas. La Cftpello real kid gloves. Itoclofs stiff hats. JT. J. DALRYMPLB Si CO. Granny's Glasses. Grann...

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. — 3 March 1900

s(rpvTpniil,WJ1f ".(JUBJI'H f ( 'I THE DAILY JOURNAL. If V iili, 1 yoii. x Give those 5bo?s! brown's A trial They'll stnnd the test for tlio nud the styles nro right up - to The New) York Racket has an enormous lino of shoos and enn fit almost any customer in style, quality nnd price. Our original "Rnckot Prices" enablo us to sell tlio best quality of Roods at prices that brim; rollablo merchandise wlth in the reach of nil. Don't waste money on poor goods. You get the best THE NEW YORK RACKET, X Cash bu pllp5l KEAUSSBBBQg 1900 Wall Paper 1s More new designs of wall paper just received at 2 F. W. HOLLIS & CO. 1st Door North of Post Office. BRIDGE & BEACH MANUFACTURING CO.'S SOPERIOR ffi" CAN BE FOUND AT GRAY SOLE AGENTS AT SALEM, ORE. HI! . m.m a aaaaaaa an) a immm " Mr We can save you money on " M MM the following ZC Z s . Wp LINES - j I ill JSBi'Si kfr,,K?' Vv A picture JJIr- -4Mf Im 'VV " A , FRAMESi iC -l, mark hardest wear - date. nt lowest possible prices at Docs It. X ...

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. — 3 March 1900

nffr- C-'iL-W i i aMBMWv i S'&ZZ&v? JL 'Ik in n The dlvores frit veins to irrotr with very year. 7.311 divorce ven (framed In tb State or Ohio Wat rear We agree Dm titer ire fault vn both afrlta, but the affeat problem li : Ate llvne fault temedl-a-Me? To a great extent (here Is no dinuM the conditions which remtt in divorce mar be remedied. Given a dyspeptic liunbartd and a wire suITctlng' from remain trouble end w have the rend triad r element of a divorce caie. In view of the fcw there can be very little ilotibt that many women look forward to divorce only became they reek relief from oblhratiou they do nut feel fitted to fulfill. Women are not to blame. They have looked forward to their borne life a a dreatd of paradine. Then disease come like a tcrpenland detruy all happine. Women who suffer with debilitating: drain. Inflammation, ulceration, female trouble and bearinr 'lown paint, will find certain telitf and cute in Ioctor fierce' l'avorite Prescription. It so Invigor...

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. — 3 March 1900

Nervous People That Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People have cured obstinate cases of locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, and St. Vitus' dance, is the best evidence that they will cure all lesser ner vous disorders, because the principle in the treatment of all nervous diseases is the same. SfcT iNervousncss is a question of nutrition. Food for the nerves is what is needed and the best nerve food in the world is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People t,ri'nBni0..i,o,"we,0,J,9rt Austin, Mlchl-uin, my' "My dnnKh. debllit? ,i.,Y5I!,,.-1.dB"cnLl.cl."1 ",,d to""M '' troublcf nonius SSni fmS? UnRe2iHlWf".kt,Mfc. Shebndlobo taken out or Reboot nml spi rrom nil study for nenrly nv vrnrs. About thrPH euro ucn aim toMttiS!5S.55-VI!,"5,V Vin l'11" for l!-Iopl"Ki I ".. Imp ,y to lay llrey have helped her to become a benltliv. I innnv nlrl ubnnn &'.h. ..IfiSVh1 ', "- " irSl"yiwi.VA5lVtWo.hS hopeleu, sufferer." T ycn" so w" 'olicule, almost a Dr. Williams' Pink Pllla for Pale People c...

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. — 3 March 1900

'- J Tf.' ' r'' P ?- fci (' L ! IK. . . " wj& u ji : -- -. gar- mmmmmmmmt We have a kig linfeof SILK SATEEN SlLKOLINE MERCERIZED FLANNEL KNIT underskirts SERGE CREPON CHEVOT MIXED NEW PLAID; Overskfpfs TAILOR-MADE SALEM ttt CENTER. Hop Grower's Association Will Con centrate Its Business Here. Office Is Heine Enlarged and Secretary Uentu Will Come Here-Portland Branch Was Too Expensive. me ivnoi.MAi.tt mice ou au. iiavb MitKRiAU.r advaitcbu- IHF. RPST DW Pf-'HRUARY WE WILL SAUIrn-c niir pnn PKOPITS AND LbT THEM EACH ONE A BARGAIN. NEW fUKA J-ATTBUNS Gd AT PRICES THAT MAKES IHOLUERSON'5 TRUNKS I'&U BAO 2B xnd QOO COMMltROIAL MT " Neu Today JBBlBBBBBVB4BMMkBBBBBCXjliiaBBBtok Mouuelalne do solo all-overs or trimming. Fancy Clilffon Ties, nil colon. Applique nil-overs In new design. Novelties In Waist silks. Swell Plaid back dress goods. Bilk ami wool crepon In new pat- term. Hemstitched ribbon. flllk Zephyrs for swell waists. .Madras curtains; Unfiled curtains. Colored l'cau tin...

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. — 5 March 1900

v-3s"HB-CTWi-"J''Tap-" - THE DAILY JOURNAL. M'r' VOI-.. x SALEM, OREGON MONDAY MAttCll G 1900. NO. 53 hv 3 Though llio Jin uf auction bells and thu tlulter of red Hags and white signs, we have pntlcntly held our peitco, but now we'e u word to say. Hut not by BED FLAG nor CLANdlNG BELL will we seek to attract your attention, nor by "closing out" sales cither, for the SAIJm WOOLBNMlCLSnOB ih nero to atny us long as Oregon wool grown on Oregon sheep. Well wo started to say that wo have just completed our Annual lnvoico,Mind in taking stock, find that we have several lines of eitlts nil sold out save perhaps one or two. These odd sulta we havo placed by themselves and THEY'VE GOT TO GO FOR WE MUST KEEP OUH STOCK CLEAN. IF YOU WANT A GOOD SU1T0F0KEG0N WOOL AT A CLEAN-UP PltlCE, NOW'S YOUlt TIME. When you come In look over our "Odds itnds Ends" tables, where we've collected a few remnants of lines in underwear, sweaters, gloves, shirts, caps, cottonade pants, etc. And Mackintoshes we're a...

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. — 5 March 1900

4 f -r? O w !i... !7fy. SPEGIflL! i I of fora m A. V few days , 5, E JUdHw blftck kid, (strap sandal KH buckle and bow XWetenw congress aliocs. SMiwes black kid, strap sandal rplkecut JJ jfMM inn Oxford tics 75 c H0?! Sufferers from stomach frw .STOMACH ii ITTEBS : t roubles sueb as Dysnopaia Conit patlon Indignation need d tlio lilt tors immedi ately. It cures quickly and vrinancntly v. hero all other called rcmc- dies full. It If the king of all tomach tonics. i xw Sho? Store I 04 Statu Stroot. iuiitiiiiiiiuiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiuuiii THE Mill JOURNAL BY HDfKR HMOTMICW MONDAY, MAHCII 6 1000. Daily, One Year 93.00, in Advanoe Odly, Tout MontliK 91 00. U advance Weklr, Ono Voar Sl.OO, In AJvanco THE LOCAL RUT WB ARE IN. want to got out of the rut of tlio past. Don't let a newspaper talk bo all tliat Is ilnni). (Vimn nut and act. It costs a newspaper advertising aupport every time it breaks up a graft. A newspaper can mako more money keeping atill about things and letting bad or...

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. — 5 March 1900

IIPWIMUHM WW ?PTi1 V jrft"-iT,-ri- In tn& wtm Comrade & H. Burtis of Lewlston, 111., Iind oomo thrilling ex perience, tint notio nomod inoro dingerous tbaQtbosoofhUlatolicarttroubto.no sayst "I had severe palpitation of the heart for yean. My physicians said I was Cable to drop deid any moment. Pulsation at times would be J50 a min ute and I could scarcely breathe. I grew worse under doctor's care and began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. It gave me prompt relief, and today I am in good health." Eft. MILES' li sold by all drucglats on guarantee Brat bottla tioui'flu or money back. llookou lienrt and uurves sent free. Or. Mlla Modlsal Company, Elkhart, Ind. O. C. T Go's I'AbSKNdim b'lKAH.n: POMONA JL AMI TC altonA iLKAVKB KOUltrOHTLANU Dally nxcept PiuhIrv at8 a'm, QUICK TIMK AND I'llKAP ltATLH Dock lirtnopn Rtnto and Court HI. St. 1'. 11ALUW1N, Agent 4PERS0NALAND LOCALS ' .or Additional Local Nnnc Kunitli 1'ngc V E. 0. Mlnton went to I.owieton, Mitlio, IMh inoriiliig. '.. F. M...

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. — 5 March 1900

yr""',,"'v C 1 r ' ji "V h kr & k; V S --! We have a big line of SILK SATEEN SILKOLINE MERCERIZED FLANNEL ,KNIT Onderskirfs Overskirfs TAILOR-MADE SERGE CREPON l! CHEVOT ! mixpii i NEW PLAID TUB WJIOt.M!.K I'BICK OB AM. IIAVK UATRKIAIXV AtlVAMIil) BUT FOR THE REST OF FEBRUARY WE WILL SACRIFICE PROFITS AND LET THEM GC AT PRICES THAT MAKES EACH ONE A BARGAIN. Took lllm f III Word. The faculty of terse and forceful ireecli Ih ordinarily nn advantage, but occasionally a man net hoisted by his own epigram. A hustling young Now Yoiker who was recently established In a branch of the oil business bad ct out to get the patronage of a certain flriu. The head of the concern was re liutuut to make a change "The oil we have been getting ban not been unsatisfactory," said he, "and fall to see why we ibould make a NfcW IDEA I'ATTKItKH jHOLUERSON'S) 208 and OOO COMMItKOIAU ST, TKIWKS VAMHW . TltAVEU.Sd IIACI8 f About New Cottons The (limy, fluffy, dainty cotton beauties are tumbling In day by d...

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. — 6 March 1900

" "5IWlJty',fluIWH"1 ' M THE DAILY JOURNAL. -u VOL. X SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY IRLAItCII (5 1900. NO.tfJU Give those X X 4 ISbo?s!S5bo?s!! r A trial T L 4 They'll stand the test for the Imitlest wear and tho styles nro right tip-toiI(tc. The ; New York Racket i lias an enormous lino of shoes and can lit almost any f customer in style, quality and price. Our original r -uncKoi rrices" enable us to sell tne best quality 01 . goods at prices that bring lollable merchandlso with- p in the reach of all. Don't waste money on poor r goals. You get the best at lowest posslblo prices at THE NEW YORK RACKET. X Cash Docs It, A a"an-- T3H RAUSSB PROS 1900 Wall Paper - More new designs of wall paper just received at .aVls F.. W. HOLLIS & GO. 1st Door North of Post Office. BRIDGE & BEACH MANUFACTURING CO.'S SUPERIOR CAN BE FOUND AT GRAY' SOLE AGENTS AT SALEM, ORE. r i wmr We can save You money on . &&-' MM thefolIowing ) BURBN St i i i i i i We still have a few of those ladies' box c...

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. — 6 March 1900

wm jggflp1 - IS fc,l ?'1 It b Ms wv r I 01 F0R A Wtf E Vgr FEW DAYS m Z J 1 juliea l)tank IcTd, alrnp imhdnl m. witli bnoklo nud how., . . m ladles tctvfi eongrosa ahflaa Miiip black kM, strap Miidnl J ZTlikocut , J JIUfM tnn Oxford tie . 75 sjP pr rtv strcngtl oW Sbo? Store r Z 04- Stnta 8tr nrt. .laiUi.i..i.J...44ia.l.m.iil.lill.Bi.siA..i..AA.I Children ill school? Then you have often heard them complain of headache; have frequently noticed how they go about in a listless, indifferent way, haven't you? does grand things for such children. It bringsa healthy color to their cheeks, strengthens their nerves, and cm the vigor that be- to youth. All delicate children should take it. St and II , all dmrgtitl. .SCOTT Ik liOWNI', ( h.mkli, N.w Ywk. THE DAILY JSORMAL n'rmiM " UV MOI'IbH UHOTHKHn TUKsDAY, MAIlOII 0 1WM. Dally, One Year S3 (Kl, In Advance Dully, Tow Mantua 91 00. U fidvnnce WueJdy, Ono Yoar 91.00, In ,idvarioo TIIK I'HO-DOHR MKIJTINO. Olca wllh n very Kioritmllly of mains ws...

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. — 6 March 1900

f "V 1 : Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels LEANSES THE 5YSTEM c'trrtoiuALLy, -Cm;TIPATION fUAL u, rtKlVIAMtMILT. 1T5 BUZ THE GEMUINt- MAN'F D B (AUf?RNIAlTGRVP(o. TjTv(..t. .,'ty ,.v voo y. "7"f. mwmt f0 Mil arau ciu44.jT, raici ICn i O. C. T. Co's PAHHKNtllCIl BTKAa.l-'lt , POMONA ! altonA I.KAVIJH MM I'Olri'liANI) Dally oioopt Sundav nt B.'a ni. QUICK T1MK ANI) OlIKAP KATKH. DiH-k Iwlwon Htaln anil ('-tuirt l)l. M. 1. IIAI.UWIN, Agmit. PERS0NALAND LOCAL .fir additional Loral Nuns I'mirlli Paint .Mr. ami Mrs .Tolui. llofferliu, Living stono, Mont., Iinvu been visiting tluir uncle, O. '. Diibney, of this city. John Ilrm ks, Sr went to .Silverlon this morning. II. W. Sutton, nlerk at It. M. Wado A Co's. hnrdwnio stnre.wont to Portland this morning. 1. S, llnrtou was a passenger morning for Portland. T. V. Achetnn was a papscngor morning for Nowlierg, where ho tills this will spend a few tlaye visiting his father. Mr. and Mrs. Walter l'lymnlo who have Peon visiting at tlio ...

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. — 6 March 1900

- rwrrmp i$ .ipMflApi.iL 0 - 'iiMi.il -"Tih'i 'if i ftre Yod Keeping fiodse ? HAVE YOU PLBNTV OF TABLE LINEN? WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED X A SCHOOL MEETING A Large Attendance Attests Ungual Interest in Our Public Schools. An-Elegant Line df Damasks in varied assort- M went, such as has never been shown for the prices we ask for them. TABLE- tSRm wSUBml LI HEN.,, How about Towels too? Our ,line can't be beat for Qualify or price. 25, 40, 50. 75c, 51.00, 51.25, 51.50. 51.75, 52.00 per yard. It will pay you to look at our stock before buying. HOLVERSON'S I 20 and OOO CCIMMltHOIAI. NT. CASH STORE About New Cottons Tho filmy, Huffy, dainty cotlon beauties nro tnmbllnjtln Jay by day, milling their grace and iharm to tho collection They aro tumbling out, too, for foroalghted folks are snapping them up eagerly. A word of some of tlm sorts : Silk stripe rcphyrs, as dainty a silks, and wnsbablo too. A nice assortment of patterns. Color Ing, plain, and fancy gingham 8 13 to 50c a yard 1 Have You Se...

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