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THE D AILY JOURffAL, 8ALEM, OREGON.WJDN'E8DAY, DECEMB
camc'in late, we got a liberal discount on account of the de
lay. Our customers will reaD the benefit. Combs of all
descriptions, Back combs, Side combs. Round combs and
Pocket combs. Blts, Necklaces and Lockets. Purses and
Chatelaine Bags. Silk Handkerchiefs and (.'mufflers. Hand
minors ana KUDDer loys. jljulljiwaio ztc.
Greeabaum's Dry Goods Store
Next Door to tho Postoffico .
302 Commercial St.
HHI ill I I) 1 1 1 i I III 1 1 1 IWHHiUfll 1 1 1 M h i him n-
They aro constructed on, tho plan of tho $100 machines. Strong
typo bars; direct stroke; alight, rapid touch; carriage, platen and paper!
releases; perfect alignment; marginal stop. etc. Soo tho ono at thot
offlco of tho Capital Journal.
J AN UP-TO-DATE MACHINE. PRICE ONLY $40. J
W. F. KETCnUM. Salem. Oregon,
Atrent Marlon and Polk Counties- $
la u i im 1 1 1 h h 1 1 n i ii 1 1 n i m in i m-h-i-hh hhih
NEW BOOK ON
important Conference Alarion
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The Sttawbeny Industry In The Pacific
Full Instructions about preparation I inUatrated with tmotouranhs taken
lot soil, growing of plants, planting the.nn ...-,. ,,, nnnr Rn,ftm r,fln
w. ..... MU.UW, ..V.. WM.W.U. M. ..
by mall, or at Tho Journal offlco 25
kcop, cultivation, fertilization, picking
(and packing tho crop, shipping and.
'ijiarkots treated fully In soparato I cont8 l,or copy. Tho only work on
Ltihaptors. this Industry.
that draft so
dangerous to health
open doors cause drafts the Eclipse Check
and Spring closes doors does it without slam
ming without Jarring the house noiselessly.
Simple durable best. Buy it here.
R. M. WADE & CO., Salem.
Salaries of Some Officials
May Be ftaisel
Only mattprs of legislation were
considered at a mcOtlilg of tho Marlon
county loglslatlvo delegation that was
hold bora Tuosday aftdrnoon. The
question of a caucus or senatorial can
dldatos wero not mentioned, nolthor
was tho organization of the leglsla
turo dlscussod. Anothor mooting
of tho delegation will bo hold In this
city on Thursday, January 8th, when
somo notion will bo taken In ondorslng
candidates for dorks and othor su
bordinate positions In tho organization
of tho legislature. All of the mombora
from this county wore present at yes
torday's conference, with tho excep
tion of Senators 11 M, Crolsnn and
W. H. HobBon.
At tho meeting ItoproBentntlve-elect
Frank Davey, who is an active candi
date for speaker, announced that ho
would open headquarters In Wlllam
etto hotel, In' this city, on Tuesday,
January Gth, In tho Interest of lift can
didacy. Circuit Judge It. l. Boise and O. 0.
Bingham, prominent Salem attorneys,
appeared boforo tho delegation yes
torday afternoon In tho lntorost of
cortaln amondmonts recommended Jiy
tho Marlon County Bar Association,
and also a bill proposing tho levying
of a tax on all corporations doing bus
lno8s In within tho state. Tho pro
posed amondmont to rostoro the grnnd
Jury system was discussed nt consid
erable length, but the delegation
roachod no deflntto Conclusion on tho
subject. Among othor matters of pro
posed legislation to receive the con
sldnratlon of tho delegation was the
levying nnd collecting of an annual II
conao at the rate of 50 cents por $100
of capital stock on all Btato and for
olgn corporations doing business with
In tho stnto, with a minimum license
I ilQi-PlULajPIUiinum ehargo of ,
It Is estimated that such n. llconse
will yiold tho troasury at least $100,
000 por year. Tho dologatlon Is de
cidedly In ravor of such a law, nnd
will probably support such a bill. Tho
majority of tho mombors endorsed the
plan to tax tolophono. tolograph and
expross companies. Tho petition of
tho Indian War Veterans for tho Issu
anoo of 300,000 In bonds for their ro-
vcu a r a
or, Kid o)8
id we.s, y u
11 find the
i will cu-e
Mwhm o l n e i
ft .STOMACH J
a ....4iu. .ki.ttn.aji.ta.. Im .kla.iklnmii
UIUUIU MI UIVI w - -.
$15 per thousand Copying lottors nt
homo; cither sex. Send two stamps
for particulars. Blacknoy & Co.,
6057 Halstcnd. Chicago. 12-29-3t
CATLIN & LINN Hop buyers. Roooi
8, BuahjBroyiiian block, Salem, Oro-
'l'nono i3i. c -
JAME8 M. KYLE & CO. Highest
cash prfco for potatoos, onions and
dried munos. 175 Commercial
street, Salem, Oregon,
CKED BY A HORSE
AND SUFFERED NEARLY: FORTY
YEARS BEFORE THE BONE HEALED
IM I ALL RIQHTT OF COURSE
ALL RIGHT," 8AID MR. A.
JPER, OF POLK COUNTY, WHEN
(ED ABOUT HIS LEO WHICH
HURT WHEN HE WA8 A DOY.
(WAS KICKED BELOW THE
EE BY A HORSE IN I860 WHEN
ERE BOY, AND SUFFERED FOR
R8. IT ACHED TERRIBLY
800N BROKE; THEN PIECE8
BONE COMMENCED COMING
AND CONTINUED FOR ABOUT
rEAR. THI8 WA8 FOLLOWED
BY AN ATTACK OF TYPHOID,
WHICH LEFT ME IN BAD SHAPE. I
WA8 OBLIGED TO USE CRUTCHE8
FOR OVER TWO YEARS FROM
THAT TIME UNTIL I WAS CURED
ABOUT 8IX YEARS AGO I ALWAYS
USED TWO CANE8. THE DOCTOR8
TOLD ME THERE WAS NO HOPE
FOR A CURE UNLE88 I HAD MY
LEG SPLIT AND SCRAPED AND
THE CORDS CUT. SOME ALSO Scott's Emulsion.
ADVISED AMPUTATION, BUT I RE-J
FUSED, AND FINALLY DR. COOK,
THE BOTANICAL SPECIALIST OF
SALEM, TOOK MY CA8E. I BEGAN
TO IMPROVE AT ONCE, AND IN
8X MONTHS MY LEG WAS WELL.
IN FACT I FEEL THAT DR. COOK
SAVED MY LIMB, AND I WANT
EVERYBODY TO KNOW IT, FOR IT
WA8 A WONDERFUL CURE. SOON
AFTER TREATMENT THE BLACK
FLESH BEGAN T6 GROW OUT
OVER THE BONE WITH A HEAL
September 1st, 1902.
PER3QN8 WISHING TO KNOW
MORE OF MR. COOfER'8"CA8g
CAN LEARN ALL THE PARTICU-
LARS BY CALLING ON HIM AT IN-
DEPENDENCE, OREGON, OR AT
DR. COOK'8 OFFICE, 103 LIBERTY
8TREET, SALEM, OREGON.
When a great general goes
into battle he holds back part
of his army for reserve to use
in case of need at any point
where the fighting line weak
ens and the enemy threatens
to break through.
In the same way a thor
oughly healthy human body
always has a certain amount
of reserve strength at com
mand in case of emergency.
What Scott's Emulsion
does is to build up reserve
strength and vital force which
the body can use to repair or
defend any weak part in the
Everybody who needs good
red blood, physical vigor,
high spirits and plenty of re
serve force should take
It is not
a mere stimulant, extract or
so-called wine of cod-liver oil,
but is rich in actual nourish
ment for the blood, the tissues
and the nerve cells. Scott's
Emulsion contains the whole
oil perfectly emulsified and
blended with hypophosphites
of lime and soda in a com
bination which is a genuine
and perfect food-medicine.
We will send a sample free to
anyone on request.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl t . New York.
lief, does not rotf" tho approba
tfou of the Mnrl!nty lawmakers
The members 1 delegation tako
the' position tlJ0 alleged claim
dooe not fightlPnK tho stnto'
and for that ri veterans havo no
vnll.l rlnlm ncJllO StatO. BUt tllO
dologatlon favtjd will ondorso any
movement petPE U.o genoral gov
ornmont to for recognlzo tho
claimB or thomns. Tho dologtf
tlon Is also p" to tho recom
mondation off larlon County Bar
Association t reduction 0f many
of tho fees lgl proceedings, both
In circuit amfromo courts, for Uio
reason that an amondmont to
avrinHtiir lnitfll teud to Increase
rather Umn fc tho amount of liti
gation, whlojalreaily t0 volumln
oub nnd extf'o to taxpayers.
Salaries $ various county offl-
J? I. I Alan Irrw
core wero jseu. mm n . i"
preaslon of Ilclogatlon that tho of'
fleers of Ma county are tho least
paid of afiounty ofuccrs In tho
state, whefl slc- or tho county aim
the amou.bslnos8 that Is trans
acted, is n Into consideration.
nnnntv nuor Sleamund nsked for
an lncroa deputy biro from fl200
to 51700 ffoar. abhubsui Lumutnu
made a sr request for an Increase
In depuJlowance from $2G00 to
$8000 poJr. The delegation 1b also
In favor ficroaslng the por diem of
tho twofinty commissioners from
$2 50 tuPO, for tho time actually
omploytfi the transaction of tho
buslneeftho county. County Judgo
Scott npoasuraT Richardson, who
rocelvJarles of ?800 and $800, ro
snoctl 4 will ask for an lncroaso In
compppn. The delegation Is fa
vorabkf granting a roasonablo ad
vanceJjnlarle ot the underpaid of
llcorsAl bills covering tho subject
will 'Jy lio prosentod.
ThiPPosed nmenuments to mo &a-
charter wero not considered
uOoUng, other thnn to Oo In-
discussed. This, and othor
of legislation will bo consld
tho mootinp to bo, hold next
Wanted. A young girl nttondlng busi
ness collogo wants good homo with
a family, where sho can work for
her board. Addross "W," Journal
Wanted. Man with small portable
sawifllll to saw oak and flr tlmbor.
Inqulro of H. H. Tumor, 290 Com
morolal stroot. Salem. jj-$71w
2000 head of 8tock Cattlo Wanted
Cows and holfor calvos, yearlings
and 2-yoar-old heifers: flv- bulls to
tho hundred head, to ralso on shares
by rollablo and porfectly ro
sponslblo lifelong cattlo men. FIno
grass rango In wostorn part of Lane
county; half Increaso for six years.
Address A. J. Thompson, Gardiner,
Protection Lodne No. 2, Ancient Or-
dor united workmon, moots avoir
Saturday evening In Uio Ilolmaa
Hall, comor of Stato ntyl Llbortr
(streets. Visiting broUiron wolcomo.
P. h. West, M. W.; J. A. Sellwood,
FORE8TEH8 OF AMERICA Court
Sherwood Foresters No 19. Moota
Friday night In burner blpQkXlIafrj;
WalBon.O.11.; A.L.Brown' Boc. 'W
t-,1 m.ij -lu ,
For Rent. An olghty-acro farm, with
about CO acres cleared, balance tim
ber. Good hop, grain or potato land,
or will soil at- a bargain. Call on
Mrs. R. Crayton, ono block west
of North Salem school. 12-30-lw
Central Lodge No. 18 K. of P. CaU
Hall In Holmwi block, corner Stat
and Llborty stroota, Tuesday of
each weok t 7:30 p. m. Caroy T6
Martin, O. O.; Zado J. Rlggs, K.
of It. and S.
Household good f J
stoves, carpetB, furniture, etc., will
bo hold from 1 to C o'clock Wed
nesday, December 31st, nt 323 Mill
Dr. L. E. Wyckon and Dr. Graca Al
brloht Twenty months graduatea
ot tho Amorlctn School of Oateop-f
amy, KlrkavlUv, Mo. Dr. Wckoff
tho only twenty months genUemaa'
graduato In Salem. Odd FolloW
Temple. 'Phono Main 8721.
For Sale. A Iteglna music box, In
good condition, at half prlco; cost
with music, $122. Wlllamotto ho-
For 8ale. Toam, harness and wagon.
Wolght of team, 2800; also two
cows, ono fresh now tho othor
somotlmo In January. Inqulro nt
Jacob's blacksmith shop, North Sa
eom, or A. K. Shork, North Salem.
Dr. M. T. 8choettle Qroduato Amort
can School ot Oslooratky, Kirks
vlllo, Mo. Offlco in Tioga block,
ovor tho Spa. Ofllco hours 8:30-to",
H;30 and 1 to 4. Offlco phono No,
2423 Rod rosldocco phono 2603 Red.
Dr. H. H. 8covcll, Suoijestlvo Thera
peutics and Osteopathy. Norvous,
functional and mental dlsoasos, nou
ralgla, hoadachos, norvous prostra
tion, dyBpopsIa, constipation, dlar
rhooa, rheumatism, asthma, otc.
D'Arcy block, Stato strcoL Phono
tqnsorial and batHb;
Ryan's Shaving Parlors. Bovon flrit
class barbers eneazod. Finest batk
rooms in city. Wo use antUepUa
Bterillror. J. Ryan, Prop,
For Sale. A qunnUty of small po
tatoes for food; also a lot of cholco
seed. Inqulro of W. I. Gadwa, at E.
S. Lamport's harness shop.
now our government finds It-
n a position oi -armou nouirni
mtdont Hooflovalt ovlduntly fouls
hois onough to do to swoup boforu
Try hnvo direct nomination of all
cniontoH for Important ofllcos In
Ohf-dlrected by Mark Hannn.
For Sale. At a bargain, a horse,
wolght about 1100; will drlvo slnglo
or doublo; very gontlq. Inqulro at
Rod Front livery stables. 12-29-3t
Evans' Barber Ohop, Only flrat-olasa
hop on State stroot Every thine
new and up-to-date. Finest porcelain
batha. Bhavo, ICo; hair-cut, 26o;
baths, SSo. Two flrst-clasa boot"
blacka. O. W. Evans, proprietor.
Wood, Fine body flr nnd ash. Goo.,
F. Rodgors, 130 Court stroot. 12-10-lm
Dr. E. E. Jackson, Votorlnary Surgeon
nnd Dontlot, Offlco, Rod Front
LIvory. Phono Main 8111. Reel
onco Phono 201G Rod. 12-6-tt
Snap Baroalnc 297 ncroa in Waldo
Hills; 407 southoast ot Oorvala; 300
.adjoining city of Woodburn, for
salo cheap. Inqulro of O. W. Corby,
lawyer, 2C9 Cbmmcrnlal street, Sa
eom, Oregon. 12-13-lm
young Ruubllcnns of Orogon
shoi for onco havo something to say
In V soloctlon of an United Stntos
Atelier, Wash., n half-breed doa-
pom hunted down and killed Wld-
Goo Ulll. but It was Htm not a wild-
od States Senator Clark, of
Monia gavo away 8,000 turkoys to
hiH tployes ovor tho holidays. That
beatuvon 13111 Anderson of- Salem.
Indian war ponsloners aro bo-
glnn ; to hear Uint their claims have
been llowod, but we havo heard ot
none int have bogun to got tho cash.
How does your umbrella stand the
weather? REMEMBER we recover
and repair them.
Phtlcnl training In tho publlo
soho( 1b tho lateut fad that seems
to beconsldored a mnrnl euro-all.
Nothl; of this kind will ever equal
comii u, honost labor.
On thousand words an hour by
wlrali i tologrnphy may be pretty fast
for thl system but It won't begin to
touch ,vo womon who happen to come
togethr at the back fence when hang
tng uia big washing.
Woi m should be able to im a
fairly ood oxamlimtion In drw, do
portnu L music, and the three It's.
As forlconvorsallon, naturo has gen
erally tvlded that they shall not be
are not so accustomed to
snakea as some Amerieana.
It, U net going to prejudice an as
pirant for oppolntmont under the
Chamberlain administration that ho
has tho booking of the Democrats.
Mr. Chamberlain has always been
something of a Democrat himself.
oy utampaded a carload of
y appearing amonfc Uiain
toy snake wound around
The natives ofsunny Italy
For Sale. Tho Valont'no Doncor farm !
of 1C8.5 acres, situated 4 .miles
south ot Salem, Ib for salo on reason
nblo terms. Apply at tho placo or to
Ronhnm & Martin, nttornoya, Salem,
Express and Transfer
Moots all mall and pasaongor trains.
Baggago to all parta of tho city.
Prompt lervlco. Tolophono No. 241.
HEOKMAN & HEDRIOIC
dayv' oxcopt whon tho water Is moro
than 10 foot abovo low wntor. A
D. Pettyjohn. 12-30-3t
Dressmaking.-A compotent drosa-
maker.who makos n specialty of suits
and tnllor-mado gowna. Mrs. A. M.
Berry, 480 Cottago stroot, Salem.
Buy the O. K. Grubber and Stump
Puller. Manufactured near Brooks,
Or. Thrco Btato premiums; best In
tho stato; onp horso has power of
99. Send orders early and grub nn
aero a day. Jas. Flnnoy, R. F. D.
No. 8, Salem. Or. lt-O-tf
Wood 8aw and Feed Chopper. For
service In Polk and Marlon countlos.
Will visit any point whoro work will
Justify. Send orders to F. A. Wig
gluQ, Salem. Clomons & Vlncont.
You will always find tho choicest
moats and groceries at tho lowest
prices at Edward's & Lusohor's, 40C
and 410 Stato street 'Phono orders
given special attontlon.
HOP BUYERS' DIRECTORY.
D. o. 8CHUCKING Hop buyor. Phono
Main 1311. Olllcea in Bayno block,
Stato street. Salem.
SQUIRE FARRAR. Hop morcbnnt
nnd purchasing agent. No. 216
Commercial street, upBtalrs, Salem,
Oregon. 'Phone lftr.l.
T. A, LIVE8LEY & CO. Doalors In
hops nnd hop supplies. 'Phono 1211,
oilloo room 18 Oberholm bldg., So
J. CARMICHAEL.IIop buyer; ofQce
In Bush-Breyman building, Salem,
. Oregon. Sample ot cholee hops so
Molted from all growers.
LILIENTHAL BROS. Hop merchant
II. J. Ottonhelmer. manager. Office
N. IC. corner Commercial and Stat
streets (upstairs); 'phono Main 401
Your Step Mother
Is bUII hero busy as ovor, and when
jour clotliRB aro all out ot ordor, worn,
with but.onu off, tako them to her at
tho Salem Dyo WorkB.
At thla establishment you can set
anything Bot to rights, from a pair of
glovos, to tho most elaborate silk
gown. A gentleman can get his hat
cleaned, his trousers croasod, or kla
wholo suit rejuvenated to suit his
tasto, also four suits a month for 9L
Buttons sowed on, rips sowed up, suits
pressed on .short noUce. Now goods
shrunk for dressmaking.
MRS. C. H. WALKER
195 Commercial Street
THE ELITE CAFE
208 Commercial Street
Served in tho best ot stylo and wlUP
tho most suitablo accompanlmonts,
E ECKBRLBN, Proprleto
Cash Saving Otter!
Two First-Class Weekly
Papers for the Price of Onc.OTF,
Wookly Journal and Wookly Oro
gonlan, $2.00. . ...
Wookly Journal and Orango Judd
Woekly Journal and TrLWcekly
N. Y. World. $1.75.
Wookly Journal and Woodburn Indo-
Weekly Journal and Gold
Curry County, Recorder, $L50i
Weokly Journal and Amorlan BoyjE
$1.50. ' t M '
Wookly Journal and Courier, Snray,
Weokly Journal and ISxpress-Ad-vanoo,
Woekly journal and Qlgbfr Qondon,
Ore., $1.50. '
Wookly Journal and Qre&JnIUL St
Weekly Journal and Town Talk,
Weekly Journal and H&raW, Lafco-
PAUL R. 0. HOR8T A LACHMUND
CO. Hop merchants; comer Btatr
and Commercial streets (upstairs)
Salem. 'Phono Main 811. Branch
ontoes. North Yakima, Wash.;
Santa Rosa, Sacramento, CaL; Put J
allup, Wash.; BL ixuis, wo. wjujs
Lachmund, general manager.
ParUes desiring can get the Dally
Journal three months Jnstoad of tho
Wcekl one year in the aboyo combl
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