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THE DAILY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1903.
j Juicy fflo?s'eFttr
Grand Opera House
JPHN F. CORDRAY, Manager.
by a largo nudlpnce
Friday , Feb. 6.
fl,Hlnucr voti can enjoy from ono of onr
!Xtwi delicious meats. steakB, lnnib
I'BU .. -I,.m,o wnnl iMttlntn or rnrk.
UU .. . .It mi) frntn (tin frtltnnl
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rA MimeBtcnttle, nml we can supply
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Ei C, CROSS SALEM ORE
Is a good, wholcsorno, delicious bor
ornge, llko Salem beer. It's a luxury
to taste not to tho pockctbook, for
Its price Is extremely modcrntc, Ite
oxcollcnoo considered. Tho enro as
to quality of Ingredients, caro In mak
ing of this beer wnrrant a much high
or prlco than othcra per caso of n
dozen bottles; yet that's tho price of
CAPITAL CITY BREWERY AND IC j
WORKS, Mr M. Beck, Proprietor
A WELCOME CALLER
Our delivery man Is met with
imllos, not frowns, for what ho pro
lenta brings certain satisfaction to
wlfo, mother husband brothor. In two
torda It's right! That applies to
treir slnglo nrtlclo washed, starched
ci Ironed In this ostnbllshmont.
KoJern appliances and aklllful hand
It; tell the story.
plcm Steam Laundry
Col. J. Olmsted, Prop.
Dorous D. Olmsted, Mgr.
ton 411. 230 Liberty St.
H''W S 't oovwiOmY-
Shingles and Shakes
The roof In Bhlnglod boat If you uso
the kind of shlnglos and shakos wo
sell, and we nsk you to note tho good
wear and economy of tho roof for
which wo furnish tho shingles or
shakos. Wo carry a largo Btock of
shlnglos and shakos of good quality,
carefully solected to mako a Hound,
tight, duiablo roof, and wo nro al
ways ready to glvo ostlmatos.
GOODALE LUMBER CO.,
. Near S. P. Pas Depot.
We have a small stock of Beardless Barleyt which
we are offering at $2.00 per J 00 lbs.
Canada Field Peas. Still a large demand. ' Better
order now what yoa want and secure them at the
present prices Only half a crop this year, and
prices bound to go up.
a Spelts only costs $f.00 an acre for seed. Better try
a few acres, it's a fine seed.
j L.au or write xor prices.
In a new
FROMtMJ COMEDY DRAMA
SWEDEN' CIIAS NEWMAN.
A COMPLETE PRODUCTION,
Prices, 75c, 50c, 35c. Seats on salo
at box offlco Friday, at 9 a. m.
Grand .Opera House
JOHN F. CORDRAY, Manager.
Beginning Alonday, Feb. 9th,
Miss Jessie Shirley
HER OWN COMPANY,
Corriedy - - Farce - - Drama
Wednesday-'-UNDEn TWO TLACS"
Thursday "IN THE HANDS of tlic ENEMY."
baardsy- "HELD BY THE ENEVIY."
StuioayMatlnce-"UMDCR T0 rLAG ."
POPULAR PRICES, 25c, 35c. 50c
Sale of Seats tc;insat boxofflec Monday, 9a. m
The Man from Sweden.
Chas. Newman's "Tho Man from
Sweden." starring Mr Knute Hrlck-
son. which will be presented at tho
Grand Opera house tonight, Is tho
latest effusion from this bright au
thor's pen nnd In this caso tho author
of "Rudolph & Adolph," "Mr. Jolly of
Jollet" and "A Son of Rest", has fair
ly outdono hlmsolf As a Swedish
character delineator. Mr Knuto Erlck-
i( : Sensational
BSSSISf' B w$ 1 Tomorrow and all this week you can buy B
fe BWW5 W 4 I any Jacket in the DALRYMPLE Store for 1
W . Jtrst Half Pricei
fiSirb HtMlZZjPiL z
"The Man from Sweden."
At the Theater Next Week.
Tho popular Shirley Compnny will
bo with us next woek, opening Mon
day, February 9th. Thoy will present
a roportolro of tho latost comedies,
dramas and fnrcoa. Tho opening bill,
"Tho Deacon's Daughter," Is a play of
scntlmont and comody, with woman's
wit In lively action throughout. It
proaonts the company to good advan
tage, and i;1ei Mini Shirley flno op
portunity to prove how voientllo nro
her talents. In the dual rolo of act- j
rets nnd nursemaid alio will bo aeon
In rmethlng entirely dlfforent from '
nny character she htuaMumod. I
The company carries n full special
car of scenery, and each production
will bo BtRxed and mounted In a man
ner probably never before seen In our
city. Miss Shlrlay Is a great favorite
horo, nnd her ixjpulnrlty will do much
to crowd the house next Monday ov-
You've never before had an opportunity like this to
take your pick from as new and fresh stock of garments
at Uss than the cost of the materials-
$25.00 Garments ior $12.50
22.50 Garments f o't 1 1 . 2 5
20.00 Garments iot i 0.00
i 8.00 Garments iot 9.00
1 6.00 Garments iot 8.00
15.00 .Garments for 7.50
J 2 . 5 o Garments for 6.25
I o . bo Garments for 5 . oo
7.5o Garments for 375
No need of saying more except that you'd better be an I
early bird, as this offer is no every day occurance
Fresh eggs and butter from our
stores at Aumsvllle and Mehama, at
son Is practically In a field by himself 8peer Bros. 'Phone 2491. lMl-tf
D. A. WHITE & SON,
Feedmen and Seedmen,
No. 91 Court Street. - - - sALEM, OREGON
AAA AAAAA AAAAA
Market Quotations Todays
, s. wane saicm a 1,00a name murKci" -y
KNUTE ERICKSON. In
'The Man From Sweden "
A PESTIFEROUS GERM.
IFSk M& m $
GREAT VALUES in Men's Overcoats
and Eovs' Clothinc. lnis weeK Univ. lp"
Wc are now offering at 33 J -3 per cent
discount from the rega'ar price 600
Soits now $4.00, 5 00 Suits now
$3.35, 4 00 Suits now $2.65, 3.00
Suits now $2.00.
SAM ADOLPH, Trustee. 5
and with tho usual ombolllshmonts
with which Mossrs Droadhurst & 'Burrows up the Scalp Into Dandruff
Currle always su round their stars, It
must be concoded that "Tho Man from
Swqdon" 1h bound to ho a big succotw.
. Tho play itnolf abounds with thrll
ling situations, brilliant dialogue and
elaborate scenic offocs. It possesses
a vary strong dramatic Interest which
culmlnatos In an awo-lnsplrlng bliz
zard Econo qt tho and of tho third act.
This scoho Is ono of tho roost llfe
llko Bconoa over prosontod on the
American stago. The, leading rple
which was written oapeclally for Mr.
Brlokson, sulta his droll personality
bottor than any characterization that
he has over attempted and a roloe of
this kind appear to bo In high favor
now, Mr. Erlokson should bo greeted
Poultryhlckons mixed, llflHVo
nound, hens, 11&12c; turkoys, llvo,
glutton Oross, ?4:00.
Hogs (lioss, $G.2C.
lluef OrosB. ?a.0tT$3.7r.
Wool Vttlloy, 12V4lnc: ISaHtorn
Orogon, Xly,c; Mohair 2C28c.
Hides dry, 10 poundH am' upwards,
in to 16c.
n i i
Mokl tea positively Cures Sick
Headache, Indigestion nnd Constlpa
tlon. A dollnhtful horb ill Ink. Ite
movofl all oruptlons of tho skin, pro
ducing a perfect completion or monoy
refunded. 2Co. nnd 50c. Wrlto to us
tor froo sample W. II. Ilookor & Co.,
Uuffulo, N. Y. D. J. Fry, DruRglBt.
SURE CUR ft FOR PILES
Itohlng Piles produco moloturo and
cnuia ItchliiR, this form, as well as
Dllnd, Dleedlng or Protruding PIIpm
are cured by Dr. DoHan-ko's Pllo Item.
dy. stops Itching and bleeding. Ab
sorbs tumors. 60o n Jar at dniRBlsts,
or sont by mall. Treatlso free, Wrlto
mo about your- case. Dr. Unnnnko,
Philadelphia, Pa. For salo at Dr.
Stone's drug stores.
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We Are Entering the Third Week
of Our Great 20 Per Cent Discount
The one Just Finished was a GRAND SUCCESS. Every
Person in Need of DISHES will do Well by Taking advantage
of saving 20 Cents on the Dollar, Also do not Forget the
LAMPS. Get One While the Sale is on.
"SPECIAL." Fine Bavarian China Cups and Saucers,
perfect as the French China; regular price $1.50, set
of six. During Sale for $1.00 Per Set.
YOKOHAMA TEA STORE
Fine Coffees a Specialty.
Phone 241! Black free Delivery.
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and Saps the Hair's Vitality.
People who complain of falling hair
as a rule do not know that It Is tho
result of dandruff, which Is caused by J
a pesltiforouu paraslto burrowing up
the scalp as It digs down to the shoath
In which tho hair Is fed In the scalp.
Iliforo tho long hair root Is shriveled
up nnd the hair drops out. If tho
work of tho gorm Is not destroyed tho
hair hoops thinning till baldnuw
come. fThe only way to cure dand
ruff in to kill tho germ, and until now
thwo has boon no hair preparation
that would doylt; but today dandruff
Is wtflly ornilleated by Newbro's
Herploldo, which makes hair gloMy
and soft as Bilk.
For salo by Daniel J. Fry. Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to The
Herplclde Co., Dotrolt, Mich.
L J. Drant, of this city, has been
appointed superintendent of the print
ing dopartment at the Salem Indian
Training School at Chemawa and will
enter upon the discharge of his duties
on February 9 The appointment cat
riee a salary of $7X per annum with
Axnensee. Mr. llrunt nas ueen en
gaged In the printing buslneee in this
city for somq time, coming hero from
Independence, The ape4atmet is
made under the clrii service
Ti rrowRMl hwwli f Tory tko
The rlcb aa. mm- mm M wtt.
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ill. Karir Utecr Iil. ar tb hmt I tw
uum! in mt tmmlit I 0UIUlljrljr rc
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uoMiiimlUm KlilWiMocM. Mk UMeht.
,id 1 Iter Jiuft.ll.-r auiarM mma an
wbr llvr tnMtMM. Y - . W Htf
Poultry at Qtelncr's Market.
Chickens 9(ff 10c.
Kbbb Per dozen, 18c.
Potatoes, Apples, Etc.
Dried Applos IVi to GV4c.
Italian prim en, 10s to 50s Co
Potlte Prunes lo.
Wood, Fence Posts, Etc.
nig Fir J4.G0.
Socond ,Orowth ?4.00.
Ash 13.00 to 3.75.
nody Oak ?5.00.
Polo Oak 15.00.
Codar Posts 10c.
Hides, Pelts and Fura.
Green Hldee, No. 11 7c.
Oreon Hides, No. 2 285.
Calf Skins 4 to 6c.
Goat Skins 25c to ?1.00.
Gray Fox 25 to 50c
Coon 10 to -lUC
, Mink 26o to 11.25.
Otter 11.00 to J5.00.
Skunk 10 to 25c.
Muskrnt--! to 0c
Wildcat 10 to 25c.
Grain and Flour.
Uarloy Drpwlng, 15c bushel; feed,
81 per ton.
Flour Wholosalo, 13.45.
Live 8tock Market
Steers 3 U to 3H&
Cows 3 to 3'c,
Sheep 13.60 gross to $4,00.
Hogs, alive 6Hc
Hogs, dre(Hl 4Ho.
Wool and Mehalr.
Coarse Wool 14c.
Hay, Feed, Eto.
Haled Chet WJOOQtf.H.
Creamery and Dairy Products.
Good dairy butter 2i3".
Creamery Butter 3(c.
Cream, pan skimmed, at creamery
26c, at farm 22 Wo.
Cream separator skimmed, at
Com Creamery 32Vie, minus freight
Wheat Walla Walla, 7Cc.
Wheat Valley, 78c
Flour Portland, boet grade, 3.75;
Oat Choice White, J1.1CI1.20.
Darley Feed, J23.60 per ton; rolled,
MUWuff Hrau. lfl.
Hay Timothy, 111 to 12 per ton
Onlons-r78o to II per cental.
Potatoes 408G0e pr cental.
IJuUer Best dairy. 2O022U: fancy
creaaaery. M32K; store. 16018c
Eggs Oregon raucb, MMc per
Detter Than Ever
Is what every ono sayu of tho While
House roetnurant Patronised largor
than any homo In tho city. Open day
O ' i i
live-cent otgar Is positively the bust
of Its kind that la manufneturod. Give
It a trial and be convinced, Manufac
tured by Aug. HucltOBtoln.
Cash Saving Offer!
Two First-Class Weekly
Papers for the Price of One,
and Wgokly Orei
aud Orange Jttdd
N. Y. World. 1.76.
Weekly Journal and Woodbttrn Inde
pendent, 1 50.
Weekly Journal and Oujd neach,
Curry County, Recorder, 11,50.
Weekly Journal and Amarlean Hoy,
Weekly Journal and Courier, Ipray,
Weekly Journal and I&xpjeaa-Ad-vanoe,
Weekly Journal and fllube, (fenrion.
Weekly Journal and Oregon MJsL St
Weekly Journal and Town Talk,
Weekly Journal and Herald, Lake
Weekly Journal and Mun To
Parties desiring can get the Dally
Journal tbrea tnpntbs instead of (he
Weekly one year In the above combi
nations. nOFlfllt BROTH Hit