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THE DAILY JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1903.
NEW BOOK ON
The Stiawbeny Industry In The Pacific
Full Instructions nbout preparation J nitrated with photographB takon
oIboII, growing of Planta planting tho.on wrf fl n(jar
,,.. cultivation, fertilization, picking ,
S'packtug tho crop, shipping' and ,b? . r Journal office 25
treated luuy in separate i
ftft-HI I I IWWH 1 lit 1H-H
Thoy are constructed on th
typo bars; direct stroke; alight,
releases; perfect alignment; m
offlco of tho Capital Journal
AN UP-TO-DATE MACHINE. PRICEONLY $40.
y. F. KETCHUM, Salem. Oreeon.
Aeent Marion and Polk Counties.
frHlllHHI Ml HI im-HHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI K i-mHt
Good seasoned fir wood sawed and delivered
to any part of the city, at 4 per cord-
D. S. BBNTLBY
IIM83 Commercial St
Prices Reduced on every
kw Fascinators were 50c now
bundrv Bags were 50c now
sundry Bags were 35c now
x wool was 15c ball now
wool Silk was 10c spool now
Ladies' sVool Hose was 35c pair
ladies' Wool Hose was 23c pair
Misses Wool Hose was 40c pair
1 2n oer cent reduction on all
gowns, Ghcmisc, Drawers. Skirts
One Third reduction on millinery
Greeobaum's Dry Goods Store
Next Door to tho Poatofflco .
Sell more Groceries and better
Fresh Walnuts, Currants and Raisins
IN 3EA80N FOR
I Electric Lighting I
No Matches. No Odor.
No Smoked Ceilings.
A Good Strong, Clean,
Im vicar uigni or.................
ft He Power
Clear Light of.................
ONE CENT PER HOUR.
Power at Low Rates
1 SALEM LIGHT.POWER
TRACTiON COMPANY, i
White Btonze Monuments
Never chip, cracki tar
nish, moss or corrode.
The only kind that nev
er needs cleaning. For
the truth of the above
see them in all the Sa
lem cemeteries; some
of them have been there
for 17 years. If you
want the yery best at
r If the price of stone
t-a wilt last ten times
1 r.?, call on or ad-
-"" v v;uiv. mo umy wum uu
HIM 11 illl llfKHHHW
o plan of tho $100 machines. Strong
rapid touch; carriage, platen and paper
arginal stop, etc. Seo tho ono at tho J
Phono C91 Main.
Sale Now On .
article except spool cotton
" 1 Oc
now i 5c
now t 25c
white goods, "Muslin Night
and Infants Wear.
302 Commercial 8t
Groceries than ANYBODY
HOUSEKEEPERS IN THE COM
OLD P. O. GROCERY.
Harper's Whiskey Is the best
Get some Into your vest.
GUs. 8chrelber keeps It,
And you know the rest.
153 State Street.
Cash Saving Oiler!
Two First-Class Weekly
Papers for the Price of One,
Weekly Journal and Weekly Ore
Weokly Journal and Orange Judd
Weekly Journal and Trl-Weekly
N. V. World. $L75.
Weekly Journal and Woodhurn Inde
Weekly Joun al and Gold Beach,
Curry County, Recorder, $1,50.
Weekly Journal and American Boy,
Weekly Jpurnal and Courier, Spray,
Weekly Journal and Express-Ad
vance, Lebanon, $1.60.
Weekly Journal and Globe, Condon,
Ore., $1.50. .
Weekly Journal and Oregon Mist. SL
Weekly Journal and Town Talk,
Weekly Journal and Herald, Lake
Weekly Journal and Men of To
Parties desiring- can get the Dally
Journal three monthB Instead of the
Weekly one year in tho above combi
nations. HOFER BJROTJJLERS
The White Houe
Restaurant la growing in popularity
each day, and you will be in tho swim
if you take your meals there. Every
Result of a
No Act Could Appease
Wrath of Neptune
Tacomn, Jan. 21. A recent trip by
tho steamer Tacoma from thlB city,
was ono unusual occurrence und a
strong side-light is thrown upon tho
superstition of sailors by tho Btory
of n passenger:
"I have followed the water for many
years, and, though on this trip a pas
songer, I was intlmato with all aboard
and during all the rough weather was
tho one passenger allowed on dock, or
below In the working part of the ship.
I have sailed before the mast twenty
years, and have groat faith myself in
"hoodos" and "Jonahs." When tho
Tacoma left sho had aboard a "Joh
all" in very truth, and all hands and
tho cook will bear mo out, as will the
man himself, if you ask him. Con
Norton is from Missouri. Ho is an
expert electrician and secured the po
sition of fourth assistant engineer.
From tho moment ho stepped aboard
to tho time we tied up to tho dock
yesterday It was a. succession of mis
haps. When He Went Aboard.
He cam aboard an tho lines wore
being cast off, tho 4th of October, and
when ho looked at tho men at work
heaving and pulling at tho linos,
something mysterious took place
which every man of tis felt, yot which
will not boar analysis, At any into,
at thut moment, for tho first tlmo in
her history, tho ship bulnped Into tho
dock, stnvlng In a forward plate.
Con showed his hand when wo pnssed
Point FInttory by nBklng how far It
was to the noxt Hghthouso, nnd the
question, which you can seo for your
solf was sufllclont to incense Father
Neptune nt any season of tho year,
tho first serious Intimation of tho
tempestuous voyago wo woro to have
all tho way to China nnd back,. No
ono answered tho question, for that
would have been fatal, as you know;
and, finding It unanswered,- ho began
wondorlng aloud whero tho coaling
stations woro placed, and how many
mllcB It was to tho first ono. The
hands skipped away In groat nlarm,
and ns he entered tho onglnoor's
messroom tho groat water filtor fell
from Its fnstonlngs without warning,
crashing to tho floor In bits, though
fastened so securely that two mon
could not ordinarily have torn It
Shaved Him at the Line.
Sooing that thoy woro in for it. Uie
crow put a bold face to tho matter
and thought to avert Noptuno's wrath
by tho usual rites and ceremonies. On
crossing tho ISOth parallel Con-was
shavod nnd supposedly put on good
footing with tho wator deities, but tho
very first thing ho asked on bolng in
troduced to tho spirits which enmo
nboard was "Whore's tho line I hoar
so much about. I don't sea anything,"
and thoro ho wan gazing out, to sea for
a gllmpso of tho lino on crossing
which tho ship gains nnd loses a day,
according to which wny It Is travel
ing. To nvort dlsastor, aftor such a
gross seafaring atrocity, one of tho
onglnors hastily strotohod a hair
across tho front of a toloscopo and
gavo him the lnstrumont to look
through. Ho saw the line magnified a
thousand dlamotors, and wondarod
how tho ship was ovor going to sail
ovor It at all. Ho was from Missouri
all right onough, and had to ho shown.
Then Jt was the threatening olouds
gathered nnd tho storm withhold no
longer, and as you know the ship
went Into Hongkong with all hqr up
per works washed away. Only the
stanchest of ships oould have stood
up In tho storm, and only the super
oxcelleut seamanship of Captain Dix
on prevented hor going to the bottom.
Jonah and all.
Couldn't Throw Him Overboard.
Of courao. If the laws had Iimh the
same ns In the real Jonah's case. Con
would have ben thrown overboard,
and the storm would have abated In
stantaneously. That not being pos
sible, it became a case of slrik or swim
together. When Cqn entered the din
ing room, all the glassware in the
swing-holders over the tables would
come crashing down. If he met a
potboy coming laden from the gajley,
tho potboy would barely escape with
his life, whllo tho dishes and pota in
his arms would go skating overboard.
If he opened a hateb to go on deck,
the sea wpuld .focus lUelf and thous
ands of gallons of water wopM rush
down The opening, until he was for
bidden to approach the opening
again. Onoe he visited the galley.
and the cook barely escaped with hJs
life, only by a miracle escaped being
Physicians speak of fat
food as " life food " and say
that all children ought to have
it in abundance. They clinch
the argument easily by calling
attention to how naturally the
well-fed infant thrives upon fat
food the fat which is in milk.
Physicians say, more im
pressively still, that weak,
thin, nervous children must
have fat food, and recommend
Scott's Emulsion. It prompt
ly returns sickly, backward
children to rosy health. It is
the life of flesh-creating food
and keeps the scale of child
health venly balanced.
Beinj prepared for easy di
gestion Scott's Emulsion is
readily accepted by the stom
ach and quickly passed into
the bhod. Once absorbed,
-the system soon fqels the in
fluence of the new force.
.There commences at once the
repairing of wasted tissues,
the enrichment of the blood
and the strengthening of the
whole s htem. Any child who
need.- more and better nour
ishment than it seems to be
getting from its ordinary food
will be greatly benefitted if
given Scott's Emulsion.
We'll send you a Minplc free ujxm request.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
.109 Pearl St., New York.
pitched neck and crop Into n tank of
boiling wator. Whon ho entered tho
engine room, tho oil caiw came crash
ing about his oars, while the chief
would turn pnlo with fear that some
thing would glvo way nbout tho ma
chinery. In which enso It would have
beon nil off wth us Inn minute.
Allowed Him to Return.
Well, wo got to Hongkong and It
took many weeks to repair, during
which tlmo wo recovered our courage
and woro satisfied to have him conio
back with us. nrfiultiK that Fathor
Noptuno had exponded his rngc and
would now smile on us. Not so. No
sooner woro wo on deep wntor once
moro than tho Jonah wnntod to know
If It was na far back ns It was coming
over the Pacific, alleging that ho had
heard somowhnro of a "Milky Way."
or a groat clrclo that cuts ncrosg lots,
so to speak. Then came the sound of
thunder riven and for tho noxt 5
hours the chief onglneor and tho enp
tain each stood at his post without re
lief and wiUiout rest nnd only by such
herculean offort saved tho Tacoma
and those aboard. The dishes des
troyed on tho voyago across had been
replaced In Hongkong, but the stew
ard will toll you that when wo arrlvod
In Tacoma wo hadn't enough left
whole to servo tho captain. Wo had
to put up with It and tho only stipu
lation mado was that the Jonah
should keep out of the onglne room,
for on that dopendod our llvos.
Caused Her to Strike.
The story of tho storm has beon
told and need not bo ropontod. Whon
It abated wo woro in sight of land and
then camo anothor fntal break. Wo
had passed Capo Flattery and were
on our way safoly to Tacoma when
Con Norton was, by mistake, allowed
on deck. Ho looked off to tho shoro
nnd (.wore a mighty oath ho would
never again set a foot on board ship.
Then ho asked If that red land over
then was not Florida, as he had al
ways noticed that Florida was the one
red uto on all the maps. Hardly was
the fatal question out when, Bang!
we w-re aground hard and fast. We
got off. as you all know by this time.
but when we reached Victoria It coat
the hoodoo a champagne supper fur
everyone on hoard the shin mid we
obtained a solemn promise from the
crus' or an our irouuiee uim ue wouiu
resign. He has done so. and all is
well again aboard the good stanch
Is the cause of more discomfort than
any other allmont If you eat the
things that you you want, and that
are good for you, you are distressed.
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets will make
your digeatidn perfect and prevent
Dyspepsia and its attendant disagree
able symptoms. You can safely eat
anything, at any time. If you take one
of these tablets afterward. Sold by
al' druggists under a positive guaran
tee. 25 eta. Money refunded If you
are not satisfied. Send to us for a
free sample. W. II. HOOKER & CO.,
Buffalo, N. T.
Advertisements, five lines or lets, la this column
Inserted three times for 25c. 5 Oca Week $l.SO
month. All over five lints af tho same rate.
Wanted. An experienced cook at the
Florence Sanatorium Immediately.
Good wages. l-2D-3t
Wanted. A young girl to assist In
light housekeeping. Apply nt 33G
Capital street l-17-3t
2000 head of 8tock Cattlo Wanted
Cows and helfor calves, yearlings
and 2-yoar-old heifers; flv bulla to
tho hundred head, to raiso on sharca
by rellablo and perfectly re
sponsible lifelong cattlo mon. Fhio
grass rango In wpstern part of Lane
county; half increase for bIx years.
Address A. J. Thompson, Gnrdiner,
LOST AND FOUND.
.ost. a purso containing some mon'
ey nnd enrda of Mrs. C. F. Patton
and Ida N. Funk. Lost between
Methodist church and city hall.
Finder leave at this offlco. l-17-3t
Lou Ladles' gold watch, with ini
tials "M. S" on case. Flndor pleaso
roturn to No. 43G Stato street
For Rent. Furnished rooms, with uso
of baUi, phono and dlBtllled wator.
485 Court street, or phono black
"ow Furnished Rooms For ront near
stnto capltol. Apply at (538 Stato
For Rent. Hnusokeoninc rooms nnd
other rooms, furnished. Call at 390
Court street 1-17-Ct
For Rent Furnished rooms nt 321
Mill Btreet, residonco of A. Ollngor.
Phone Black 248). M7-3t
Teams for Sale Two heavy toaniB,
outut and nbout CO cords of wood
In tho timber. Chenp for cash If
taken soon. Inquiro of M. II. Utor
or J. A. Colgan, South Salem.
Cows for Sale. A few cood full
blooded Jerseys. Inquiro at David
son's, Mornlngslde. 1-13-tf
Snap Bargains 297 acres In Waldo
Hills; -107 Bouthoast of QorvalB; 300
adjoining city of Woodhurn, for
salo cheap, Inquiro of C. W. Corby,
lawyer, 259 Commercial stroot, Sa
eom, Orogon. 12-13-lm
Ten per cent Discount during January
Call and seo now stock before buy
ing. Tho Varloty Storo, 94 Court
street, Annora M. Welch, Proprietor.
Ony the O. K. Grubber and Stump
Puller. Manufactured near Brooks,
Or. Three stato premiums; host In
tho stnto; one horso hns power of
99. Send ordors oarly and grub an
acre a day. Jas. Finney, R. F. D,
No. 8, Salem. Or. 11-C-tf
You will always find tho choicest
meats and grocorlos at tho lowest
prlcos at Edward's & Luscher's, 40G
and 410 Stato Btreet 'Phone orders
given special attention,
HOP BUYER8' DIRECTORY.
Main 1311. Offices In Bayno block,
Stato street, Salem,
SQUIRE FARRAR. Hop merchant
and purchasing agont No. 210
Commercial streot, upstairs, Salem,
Oregon. 'Phono 1051.
T. A. LIVE8LEY & CO. Dealers In
hops and hop supplies. 'Phono 1211,
ofllco room 18 Oberholm bldg., Sa
JAME8 M. KYLE & CO. Highest
cash price for potatoes, onions and
dried prunes. 175 Commercial
streot, Salem, Oregon.
Protection Lodao No. 2, Ancient Or
der United Workmen, meots evory
Saturday evening in tho Holman
Hall, 'comer of State and Liberty
streets. Visiting brethren welcome.
J. G. Graham, M W ; J A. Sellwood
F0RE8TER8 OF AMERICA Court
Sherwood Foresters No. 19. Meots
Friday night In Turner block. Harry
Wntson.C.n, ; A.L.Brown, Sec.
Central Lodge No. 18 K. of P. Castle
Hall la Holman Block, corner State
and Liberty streets. Tuesday of each
week at 7:30 p. m.. A. K. Strang
C. C. R. J. Fleming K. of R. and S.
Dr, M. T. Schoettte Oraduato Ameri
can School of Osteorathy, Kirks
villa, Mo. Office In Tioga block,
over the Spa. Office hours 8.30 to
11:30 and 1 to 4. Office phono No
2423 Red residence phone 2603 Rod
Dr. H. H. Scovcll, Suggestive Thera
peutles and Osteopathy. Nervous,
functional and mental diseases, neu
ralgla, headaobes, nervous prostra
tion, dyspepsia, constipation, diar
rhoea, rheumatism, asthma, etc.
D'Aroy block. State street Phone
TON80RIAL AND OATHS.
Ryan's Shaving ParloravSeveu flxot
claas barbers esc&ge& Finest b&tt
rooms in elty. We use anUapU
UfffHtr. J. Ryan, Prop,
Evans' Barber jBhop. Onlyflrst-clawi
hop on State street Every tolas
now and up-to-date. Finest porcelain
baths. Share, 15o; hair-out, 26e;
baths, 2Cc. Two first-class boot
blacks. C. W. Evans, proprietor,
- - - vw-v r -w -w m VVV V V w
Dr. E. E. Jackson, Veterinary Surgeon
and Dentist Ofllco, Rod Front
Livery. Phono Main 851. Real
onco Phono 201B Red. 1S-5-U
Fresh eggii and butter
stores at Aumsvllle and
Bpeer Bros. 'Phone 2491.
-L 1 ' ' 'L-w -unM LI i iii 11,
CX H. MACK
Succossor to Dr. J. M. Koene.'ln
Whlto Cornor, Salem, Orogon. Parties
aoBlring Buporior operations nt mod
crate foe In any branch are In especial
THE ELITE CAPE
208 Commercial Street
Served In tho best of stylo and wit'
tho moat 8uItablo accompaniments.
a ECKBPXBN. Proprieto
HUIE WING SANG CO.
Chios ware, Jsttnese finey and tfrr
joods. All kinds of silk and wool coeds. ftUko
npflnellneofUdlei' white underwesr of all
kinds, wals's. wraceers, skirts, gent's as4
ladles' furnlshlnjt joods. mattlnr. haudkereblefs
forsaIeatost. 100 Court St. BLUB FRONT
A rare bargain la tcsl- jjj
dence property close In,
being a good hoiise,
two lots and" barn, g
sightly place and de-
sirabfe location, apply
at once, to
1 A. F. Hofeir, h-, i
J Journal Olficee
List Your Property with me.
230 Commercial St.
Two Jersey Bulls
Bast full-blooded Jersoys bulls for
sorvlco. Torms ensh. A. Rich, on D
stroot, Englewood. East of railroad.
SALEAl WATER COMPANY
OFFICE CITY HALL
For wator Borvlco apply at offlce.
Bills payable monthly In advance,
Mako all complaints at the office.
For Salem and vicinity
leave orders at 0o
Will's Muilc More.
Express and Transfer
Moots all mall and passengor trains.
Baggage to all parta of tho elty.
Prompt service. Tolophono No. 241.
HECKMAN & HEDRIOIC
Through personally conducted tour
ist sleeping cars between Portland and
Chicago once a week, and betwoen Og
den and Chicago throo times a week,
via tho Sconlo line.
Through Standard sleeping oars
dally between Ogden and Chicago, vis
tho Scento line.
Through Standard sjoeping cars
dally between Colorado Springs and
Through Standard and toutist sleep
ing cars dally between San Franolscp
and Chicago, via Loa Angeles and El
Through Standard sleeping cars and
chair cart dally between St Paul and
Be ouro that your ticket reads via
the Great Rock Island Route.
The best and most reasonable din
ing car service.
lng oar service. For information
T. J. CDARK, Trar. Paaa, Agent
U B. OdRHAM,
Oea. Agt, 2 A! ibr St, Portland, Or.