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THE DAILY JOURNAL, SALEM OREGON. WEDNE8DAY, DECEMBER.31, 1002.
1 JBi!JZ ffl For Infants and Children.
Istofifii!1'0 Kind Yu Have
SWTil 1 Always Bought
1 slmUatingHwFoodhndllcgula- M ., g
I ting the Stmacls andBowela oT ffl JoOaiS til8
Promotes Dige3llon.Chccffur- JriiP
I nessnrKlRest. Contains neither nf ifoJifr
I Opiumorplune nor Mineral. H UI lv
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Tlon.SourSlomach.Diarrlioca 9 1 17
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- m NT 5ftW flirftu-
ncss and Loss or Sleep. H y y f p
FacSunilo Signature of jfj
ggl Thirty Years'
TMC CtNtU3 COMPANY. NtW TORN CITY.
HARRITT & LAWRENC
Sell raore Groceries and better Groceries than ANYBODY
Fresh Walnuts, Currants and Raisins
AND EVERYTHING IN 8EA80N
FOR HOUSEKEEPERS IN THE COM
OLD P. O. GROCERY.
All goods formerly in the John C. Heriz Clothing Co.
stock will be sold at 20flper cent discount to close out the
entire stock which is entirely new.
0JU I lUUIjJ i I UcjUUU
95 Commercial St.
B. A. White & Son
Successors to Brewster & White
Feedmen and Secdmen. 91 Court Street. Salem. Oregon.
After Jan, lt, 1903, thu film mime will bo changed as above.
Thoro will bo no chango In tlio mnnngomont of thu luminous.
Wo thank our many friends ami patrons for their many favors shown
71s and assure thum wo will try and merit their conllrianco In thu futuio as
in tlio past.
"With host wlshofl for a Happy and Prosperous Now Year, wo Invito you
-to call whan In nood of anything In our lino.
Are not held by
Frpmotlon and proferment In builiiw ft the remit of ability to do. Atl tliU icbool la'the
wetplace toobialnthoknowlodgoofhovrtodo. There U au Inercatlng demand forcomretent
kelp. l'croui completing tlio butlueu and khorthand courtea at the
can aeouro employment.
CAPITAL BUSINESS COJ I.EQE.
reemployment, lor eleven year but one young rar- hat graduated from our hort
department after flrjt completing' the builue courie. Iij T llecamoHll took potloni
1 ready to graduate. It coda but little to wcure t. usable education oompaml to tho be ueflti
0. 11. G. A. Is Drafting a Bill
for Such An Officer
Think Growers Are Entitled
to Some Protection
The Orogon Hop Orowors' Associa
tion Is having a bill drafted for presen
tation to the state legislature, asking
for tho appointment of a hop Inspcc
tor. A Salem attorney has boon em
ployed to formulate n bill covorlng
tho subject. Tho purpose of the pro
posed measure Is to nfford tho grower
groater protection, nnd is Intondod to
further simplify and oxpodito the
transactions as botweon grower and
buyor. especially where a disputo ntis
oh as to the natality of tho hops con
corned In any transaction.
In discussing tho mattor today, .Ins.
WhiBtnnloy, of this city, soorotary of
the Hop Orowors' Association, said:
"Tho hop industry Is the largest In
dustry in the state of Orogon, nnd -still
tho statutes of the statooffor less pro
tcctlvo legislation in Its bohatf. This
Industry annually bilngs into the atnto
more' money for this product and for
Its cultivation than does any athoi
product that is grown hore, and lt.J
not unronBonnhle tlint tlioso engaged
In the growing of this crop should nek
Home legislation for their protection
Oregon is the only ono of tho hop
growing stntos wherein thoro la not
some provision regulating the dealings
botweon the producer and tho donlor."
Tho outline of the proposod measure
has not yet been complotod, but tho
growers interested in too legislation
that will be asked for aro of the opln
Ion that the ofllce should be crontod
for a hop Inspector, the same as the
fish commissioner ami gnmo warden.
nnd that he should havo an ostab
llshod ofllco, and. in addition to acting
ns arbitrator as noiweon tiro, grower
and the dealer, that ho shall dlssomin
ntc at all times Information concern
lug the Industry to Inquiring parties.
Tlio association will favor the appoint
ment to tlio olllce that will he roco
monded only such n man as an ox port
in the hop business, nnd who is In ev
ery way qualified servo in thu ca
pacity. Tlio grhweis will also favor
the plarlng of the inspector on n good
salary, to he paid by tho stato, rather
than to compell the exponso of main
taining tho ofllcer to bo borne by the
grower and thu dealer, for tho time
that the ofllcer Is nctually employed.
In taking thin view of the mattor of
compensating the inspector, tlio pro
ducers feel tlint the exponsc should be
mot by the stnto. and tho cost shared
by all taxpayers in the same nmnnor
as the fish and game warden nre com
peusnted. since the hop growors me
obliged to contribute to the suppoit
of these o flic en. from which tlioy re
celve no direct benefit. The bill will
not lie draftfHl for a number of days,
and nit exact synopsis of Its contents
ennnot bo anticipated at tills time, but
the kernel of the proponed law is giv
on In tlio above. When the hill has
boon foi initiated In piopor shape it
will he prosented for tho consideration
of the hop growors at n mooting of the
Assoalntloii, before being referred to
tho stato leglslnturo for onnctmont
Tlio annual meeting of the Oiegou
Hop Growors' Association will be held
in Woodhuru about Jauunry loth.
President W. If. Upnn tins not decided
on tho dato. but o.vpeotfi to Issue the
call for tho mooting within a few days.
Oflleors for tho onsulng year will he
oloctod, and other luislnoss pertaining
to the work of the association for the
uoxt year will bo considered.
AMarkct Quotations Todayili
mane smem uuuu uumv hot-. j
Poultry at Stelner'e Market.
Eggs, per dozen 30c.
Ducks 8 to 10c.
Chit kens 8c.
Potatoes, Applet, Etc.
Dried Apples 414 to 6c.
Italian prunes, 40s 0 GOa 6c
Pctlto Prunes 4c.
Wood, Fence Posts, Etc.
Dig Fir $3.G0 to 3.7G.
Second Growth 12.60 to $2.76.
Ash $3.00 to J3.7G.
Uody Oak Si.Pf).
Polo Oak ?3.G0.
Cedar Posts 11 to 12c.
Hides, Pelts and Furx
Qroon HldoH, No. 1 lJ7c. .
Oreon Hides, No. 3 25.
Calf Skins 4 to Gc.
Goat Skins 26c to $1.00.
Gray Fox 26 to GOc.
Coon 10 to 40c.
Mink 25c to $1.25.
Otter $1.00 to $5.00.
Skunk 10 to 25c.
Muskrnt 1 to 5c
Wildcat 10 to 2Gc.
Grain and Flour.
Uarlcy brewing, 46c bu.
feed, $1C ton.
Flour Wholesale, $3.25.
Live Stock Market.
Steers 3W to 3V&c.
Cowb 3 to 3V4c
Sheep $3.G0 gross to $4.00".
Dressed Vcnl 0c.
Hogs, alive G'c.
Hogs, dressed C'.ic
Wool and Mohair.
Coarse Wool 14 0.
Fine 16 c.
Hay, Feed, Etc.
Haled Cheat 809.
Creamery and Dairy Products.
Goud Dnlry Buttor Mo.
Creamery Buttor 30c.
Cronm, pan skimmed, at creamery
22ftc, nt farm 20c.
Cronm separator skimmed, at
pi earnery 27V&C, nt farm 35c.
Wheat Walla Walla, 70c.
Wheat Valley. 7r.c.
Flour I'm tlnnd. boot guide? 3.10
$3.06; giahaui, $3.20&$3.G0.
OnU Choice White, $l.lG(JJ$1.17yj
Barley Food, $23.50 per ton; rolled,
MlllstuiY Bran, $180$1D.
Hay Timothy, $10 to $12 per ton.
Onions 75c to $1 per cental.
Potatoes GOtPGOo per contitl.
Buttor Best dairy, 20dp22; fancy
creamery 27 30; storo, lGtfpiSc.
HggsOregoii ranch 25i33Gc par
Poultry Chickens, mixed, 9c
pound; hens, 010e; turkeys,
Mutton (Jioss, $3.2H.
Hogs Gross, 6lQ)6Vio.
Boof Gross. $3.0$3.75.
Wool Valley. 12(fi6c; Kastorn
Orogon, 8llc; Mohnlr 2G28o.
HldoB dry, 16 pounds nnt' upwards,
1G to 15VjC
Wore ready to inaduaie. Iicoitabut little toucure t. usable education oomraml to tho bfuefltioi.iij-. r... -
Beua lor vataiojur """ w'
W. I. STALEY, Prlnnloal, Snlem. Oroaon.
Open Letter .r
TO ONE AND'-ALL
Wishing you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. And we sincerely
thank our patrons for their LIBERAL PATRONAGE in the past;
Hopintr we have given entire satisfaction, which is out aim again for
h coming year, and to make many more new friends.. Wishing
you agajn the best of wishes.
KL Bfcdcmcfcf .
Phone 24,11 k
FIne.Goffees a Specialty,
The Sure Way
to provont Pneumonia and Consutnp
tlon is to euro your cold whon it first
nppoars. Acker's English Remedy
Will stop tho cough In a night, and
drive tno cold out of your systom. Al
ways a quick and suro euro for Asth
ma, Bronchitis, nnd all throat nnd
Jung troublos. If It docs not satisfy
you tno druggist will rotund your
money, wrlto to us ror free sample.
W. H. I100KHR & CO., BufTnlo, N.
Y. D. J. FRY. DrugglsL
Miners Get an Advance.
Huntington, W. Va.. Doc. 30. Tlio
operators of the Flat Top cpal field
111 give th olr miners an advance of
to 20 per cent beginning January
Bt. Twelve hundred men nre af
Sick Headache absolutely and per
manently ourod by using Mokl Tea.
A pleasant herb drink. Cures Consti
pation nnd Indigostlon, makes you
gat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money back. 25
Ct8. and GO cts. Wrlto to W. II.
HOOKER & CO.. Buffalo. N. Y.. for a
rroe sample, u, J. fry, Druggist.
O H MAOJK
BuccesRor to Dr. J. M. Koone. in
White Corner, Balero, Oregou. Parllen
desiring suporior operations at mod
orate foe tn nny branch aro in eopocls.
HUIE WING SANGCO.Aor,io?.?
dsy roods. China ware, Japanese fancy and dry
(oods All kinds of silk and wool loola. Make
up fine line of ladles' wblte undtrwear of all
kinds, wats s. wrappers, skirts, gent's and
ad lea' furnljhlnr. foods, mattlnf, handkerchiefs
for sate at cost. Moved from Mate Street to
100 Conrt Street. I1LUE FR0NT
Corvallis & Eastern R R.
No. 2 For Yaqulnn:
Leaves Alhiny 12:46
Lcnvos Co-vallis 2:00
Arrives Ya.ul a 6:2G
No. I Returning:
Leavoa Yaquir.a 6:45 n. tn.
Lcav Coryalllfl 11:30 n. m.
Arrives Albany 12:16 p. m.
No. 3 For Jetrelt:
Loaves Albnny 7: 00 n. m
Arrives Del riot iz:ut p.
No. 4 From Detroit :
Loaves Detroit 12:45
Arrives Albany 5:35
Train No. 1 arrives In Albany in
time to connect with tho 3. P. south
"bound trnlr, on wo'l or giving two or
throo hours In Albany boforo departure
of 8. P. northbound train.
Train No. ? con' cts w.'th tho S. P.
trains at Corvallis n . Albany giving
direct servico to Newport and ndja
Train No. 3 for Detroit, Brcitonbush
nnd othor mountain resorts Icavca Al
bany nt 7:00 a m., rcnchlng Detroit
nt noon, giving nmplo time to roach
tho Springs snnio day.
For further Information npply to
J. TURNED, Agon', Albany.
H. H. ORONISE, Agont. Corvallis
I Electric Lighting
8 60 p. m.
lntiton "8f VauJ"
8.15 p. m.
From t'ortinnd, Or,
Bait Lake, DonTcr. Ft
j mm. winiuiK, juuiaH
City, Bt. Louta, Cblcago
Salt Lake, Dcnrer Ft
Worth. Omaha. Kanian
Cltr, 81. LouU, Chicago
Walla Walla. Lwliton
Bpokano. Wallace, I'nll
nuui, Minneapolis til
Chlcjuro, and Kat,
t Jo p m
:tf a m
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
Ho Chante of Cars
OCEAN AND RIVER 8CIIEDU1B
8 p. m.
Op. m ,
All tailing dauta subject
Korean Ft aiicltco
Hall every & days
ToAatorla un1 Way
it Hurj .
Stoamor Ruth loaves Salem (or Port-landnn(lwaynnding8onTnenlny,Thnra-dnya
nnd Snturdayf , about 10 a. m. Fo
Oorvullis nil way lntullnga, Montlnye,
Wcdncednyu and Fridays nt nhout 0
A. I,. ORAIO, M. P. BALDWIN.
Qpn. Pao. Agt. Agt. O. R. & N. doc
No Matches. No Odor.
No Smoked Ceilings.
A Good Strong, Clean,
Clear Light of.
16 Candle Power"
ONE CENT PER HOUR.
Power at Low Rates
Change of Partnership.
Ndtlce Is horeby given to whom It
may concern, that tho undersigned
has sold out all his Intorost In the
1 rt Gni.nn.m Pit DaI.1 .Irt.i. I.llntliniju '
null ik otiiiiu tx. ikoiu, iiuiiifi uiiamvmn
o,t Nos. 322 anil 324 Commercial
street, In Snlem, Or., to H. C. Fletch
er, who contlnuos tho buslnoss witli
O. O. Savage,stinder tho firm name of.
Savnge &, Fletchor. Tho now firm us
stimod ehorgo of tlio business Decem
ber 16, 1902, nnd the final trnnsfor was
complotod this day. All bllla due tho
old firm must he paid at onco.
In rotlrlng from buslnoss in Salem
the undersigned dosiros to thank the
many friends of tlio old firm for their I
liberal patronngo, and heartily recom
mend to them the now firm of Savage
& Flotcher. GEO. S. REID,
Dared Salem, Or., Doc. 37, 1902.
Hope you are going to start the .
year nnd your trip East via Uirjj
lingtou Route. If so you wl
Perhaps you may not know vJrtjyy
the Burlington Routo offers bpII-aJ.o.
train servico East via Billings, Dorivcr
and St. Paul.
Moreover, it Is tho only railroad off
orlng through-train sorvlco from the
Northwost to tho Southonst, from Port
land to St. Louis, vin Tacoma, Seattle,
Spol.anc. Butte and Billings.
A. C. SHELDON, General Agent.
IOO THIRD STREET,
All portions in the Stnto of Orogon
sliould subscrlho for Tho Journal.
A woman whe icenns her house In nr.
tZ ""aJ!"l tii!.1l!.rol.R fnn!!,y' ha"'D8 car service.
jmdv hb itiiivii luajuuotutjiijr ua lltu UllMI
Through personally conducted tour
1st sleeping cars between Portland and
Chicago onco a week, and between Og
don and Chicago throo times a week,
via tho Scenic lino.
Through Standard Bleeping car
dolly between Ogden and Chicago, via
the Scenic line.
Through Standard sleeping cars
dally between Colorado Springs and
Through Standnrd and tourist Beep
ing cars dally between San FranclBCO
and Chicago, via Los Angeles und E)
Through Standard sleeping cars and
chair cars dally between SL Paul nnd
Bo suro that your ticket reads tU
the Great Rock Island Route.
Tho beat and most reasonable dio
8URE CURE FOR PILES
Itching Piles produce tnolsturo and
cause Itching, this form, as well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles
aro cured by Dr, Bo-san-ko's Pile Rem
edy, stops Itching and bleeding. Ab
sorbs tumors. GOo a Jar at druggists,
or sent by mall. Treatise free. Write
me about your case. Dr. Bosanko,
Philadelphia, Pa. For sale at Dr.
Stone's drug stores.
ONE MINUTB COUQII CnilH
Is the only harmless cough cure that clrea
quick relief. Cures CougbB. Colds, Croup,
Ironchltll. Whoonlnc Pouch.
Aathirm. I.n'Jrlnno nml nil Thnuit f"lit
iiud hunir troiihlea I ot auakvtl by lulu,
y QcrtruUe K Keuner ilu Ho, tnd nnd
irnaieu n ficie com ana cougn.
nfliM rapidly, lust 48 lla. My dniBpIst
resommendeU One Sllnule Coujli Cura. The
fjrst bottle brought relief; verul cured
ft. Mpit4 I
!'. 0. liana.
1 nui bAi-k tn mv nlil n-nlohi. 1J !).
M1BIU4 Cough Cue etita the nblecin!
eves tB evuga nt one draws out In.
cw croup. An Meal reraedr
00 State Street
who providos tho moans to carry on , ,nK car serv,ce
tho housekeeping. She is deserving T. J. CLARK,
of tho more credit since the demands
on hor strength is greater. Tho ever-j
lasting sameness about her dtitlos, and
tne coniinomout necessary to carry
them out Is very trying to tho nervous
systom, this produces a strain on tho
mind that mak t. her Irritable, cross,
and dissatisfied, which is Just as
much a disoaso as rheumatism or ca
tarrh. If nerves can be built up and
made strong by medicine of somo kind
this ' feeling is changed to one of
cheerfulness ana pleasuro In her du
ties. The medicine that makes strong
steady nerves, and prevents disease
by building up the entire systom, Is
Dr. Gunn's Blood and NorYe Tonic, a
tablet to take at meal time. Cures
norvous prostration by making rich
red blood, feeding tho nerves, and
making solid flesh at tho rate of 1 to
3lb8 per week. This medicine Is sold
by druggists for 75o per box, or 3 box
es for 12.00, or sent by mall, post-paid,
on receipt of price. Wrlto us about
your case. Address Dr. Gunn, Phila
delphia, Pa. For sale at Dr. Stone's
Drug Storos. 3
Trav. Pass. Agent.
L. B. GORHAM,
Gen. Agt, 260 Alder St., Portland, Or
O. G T, Co's
Leayes for Portland Monday, I
ednesday and Friday, 10 a.m.
For Corvallis Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday at 6 p. m
Quick Time, Cheap Rates
Deck: Foot of Trado Street
M, P. BALDWIN, Agt
The White House
Rostaurant is growing In popularity
eaoh day, and you will be In tho swim
if you take your meals there. Every,
Dealers In Live Stock,
Wholesale and retail butchers and
packers. All kinds of fresh aud salt
meats. Fine sausages, hams, bacon
and lard. 318 Commercial street
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OfFICE CITY HALL
For water service apply at oflce.
Bllla payable monthly In advance.
Make all complaints at tke office.
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