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THE DAILY JOURNAL, 3ALEM, OREGON, THUR8DAY, APRIL 16, 1903.
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Afcgctablc Prcparalionror As
UngUtcStoinarJsnMBowelsor Promotes Digcsllon.Clmful
Opium.Morplune nor funeral.
A perfect Remedy for Consllpa
Tlon i Sour Stomach.Diarrhocn
and Loss OP Sleep.
, exact copr or wrapper.
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4 uur pricos on Mum l'lnsior nro mo lowost in me cuy.
C nil nnd bo cnnvini-od.
i Sweet Corn, Seed Peas and
10 fonts por lb; somo 3 lbs for 25 cents.
FIELD CORN of ull kind.
ONION SI5TS,(5A IMAGE PLANTS, otc.
D. A. WHITE & SON
Feedmen and Seedmcn,
I Phone 1781 91
$4 I I I I I It M I I I It I I HI I I Q I M
BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO. ii
JCrTt A TN BUYERS ANDSHIPPERSOFflR AIM jj
I HOP GROWERS SUPPLIES. Crude and stick Sulphur.
J. G. Graliam, Agent,
HARRITT & LAWRENCE
Sell more Groceries and 'better Groceries than ANYBODY
LETTUCE, RHUBARB, RADISHES, etc just from the
- AND EVERYTHING FOR TIIElSPRINGl SEASON -
Como and see for youreolf
nnum iiiif iiiiiHmamf iaii
Misses' and Children's Hats I
- - ,
We have just opened a
Ladles' Dress Hats
X Great Variety of Flowers and Foliage X
NEW INFANTS' HOODS
I Greenbaum's, 302
First Door South
7ii iiif imiiuumi
La. jnBKj?'iaBBv -m )?
a3bbs wmBp V
For Infants and Childron.
The Kind You Have
Court Street. SALEM. OREGON. 4
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207 Commercial St., Salem, Ore.
old p. o. grocery.
lorgo assortment. Also
- Call and see tnexn
ALSO SUN BONNETS
of the Pottofflce.
That's pnly another way-of saying:
Da shrewd. That means buy your sup
ply of liquors, wines, etc of a fair
dealor that mean's, buy of Rogers.
What's the use of paying whiskey
prtees for water? Hare tho water at
home. Why not got you money!
worth why not buy at
J. P. ROGERS, I
Wholesale and Retail
( Liquor Dealer, ...
Fancy Automobile is
its Trial Today, and
will be Speeded
Liveryman will Get . a Big
One for Picnic Parties
Salem can no longer he properly
denominated a slow town. Tho cap
ital city now hits within Its boundaries
one. real automobile with tho prospect
of others being purchased beforo tho
season ndvances much further. And
this to In addition to a large number
of motor bicycles.
Tho first machine of thlrt kind to
reach Salem, Is tho property of O. J.
Wilson, tho Court street whoel dealer.
It Is a dandy. With 4-Inch pneumatic
tired wheels, a flno cushioned seat,
and propellod by gasollno. tho ma
chine ts a vnluablo one nnd It Ih quite
likely Mr. Wilson's company will bo
eagerly Bought during tho season
fulled for nutomoblllng. at least. The
machine wns adjusted Wodnoeilny af
ternoon and may bo expected to make
Its Initial appearance soon.
The automobile fever Ih bpllovod to
bo contagious. An enterprising Sn
lem llvoryman, who has innde a big
success at his businoes. Ib contemplate
InK the purchnso of a throe-seated
autnmobllo. of a ,enrry-nll pattern
something suited for Binnll pnrtlos of
six to nlno persons, llo expects to
make n trip Knst within n fow wuekn
nnd If ho succoeds In finding a ma-
uhlnu. that will suit Ills neodH. und
that Is pritpolled by electricity, ho will
bring It back with him. In this way
oven tlioso who cannot afford to own
a machine of their own, can onjoy tho
luxury by riding In this vehicle, whlqh
will, bo placed nt tho Borvlco of the
public for a normal rental.
With tho whiz and burr of sovornl
motor-blcyclon and tho appoar
nnco of a number of "horsolcss
carriages" on Salem's streets, tho caH
Itnl rlty Is becoming qutto metropoli
tan and Is able to keep step with evnn
larger communities. In this respect as
well as others.
A lecent (1(h patch from Now York
After u careful survay of conditions
In tho Wo At. George J. Gould, who
has returned from a trip over the
MlBbouri Pacific and Wabash lines, is
convinced that tho present era of
prosperity which tho West Is enjoy
ing will contlnuo for at least another
"Jn all my oxporlenoo of the West."
Mr. Gould said, "I have never seen
wheat look as well as It does today.
It Is a bit too early to speak of corn
or cotton, but as the soil Is thorough
ly wator-soaked those crops ought to
thrive amazingly. The railronds will
not have any trouble In moving the
great wheat crop, but I think we will
be short of rars In tho fall If thore Is
a bis corn crop,
"Tho physical condition of West
orn roads was never betttor than It
is now. I beard no talk of mon
sbortago while I was In tho Wot
Tho banks are holding their own bal
ances In their vaults, and thoy won't
hovo to draw on New York for money
to move crons. From what I saw. I
bellovo that this practice, of drawing
on Now York, as It Is oalM. will lx
An nnnnmmon nrnurranre In the fll '
ture. Tho Westoro banks have their
oWn money to loan to their own io-
pie unless money should get so IiIku
In Wall street as to make It p rod tab 1 -to
send It Rast From all Indication
I can see a full year of prosperit
ahead for the Wast"
Mr nn..M rr,frw! to the St. Li.uU
Mnmiimn in vflrv n.h..tM.le terms I
V,.V...W ... .- ,...
He visited the grounds twice aad was
very much Imnreased with what he
vlth what b
ihi the 0Dt
saw. "I think it will
fair ever held," ho said. Two things
In connection with the affair ned to
ba brought to the attention of tie
people of HL Ixusi One, Is that tie
oity bos not awakened to tho great
need of adequate hotel faellltle An
imnnrtint thin? U ihn tv nt ade-
, .-..mu.li,, ,.. .. ,,i
quale transportation faelHUea to al
from the fair grounds, St. Iul ,
seens to have done absolutely Both
Ing In this matter." '
' yi fnllow the use of New
bro's Uerplcldc, tho new 'scicn
tiuc cure for dnndnilT nnd fait
ibm hair. It possesses certain
r-'i-rtics that kill the Rcrm
or mlrrobc that causes nil
the trouble by sapping the oil
Out of the lialr bulb. With thk
parasite destroyed, dandruff
nnd the falling hair ennuot exist.
A thick, soft growth of hair
springs forth where formerly
thin, brittle hair, or perhaps
total baldness held cwny.
One bottle will cnnrlnce
you of lt mciluw
For We at til Flnt-ClsM Druj Jlorti.
For sale by Uinelol J. Fry. Send 10
ents In stamps for sample to The
Hnrpletde Co Detroit. Mich.
Market Quotations Todays
nsKr aiicni n booa Home piamci n.
Poultry at Stelner's Market
Hgg- l'or (lor.cn. l3Hc.
Potatoes, Applet, Eto.
Dried Apples W to 6V4c,
Italian prunes, 10s to COs So
Petite Prunes lo.
Wood. Fenoe Potts, Etc.
nig Fir U0.
Second Growth $1.00.
Arh $3.00 to $3.76.
llody Oak $5.00.
Pole Oak $C00.
Cedar PostB 10c.
Hides, Pelts and Furo.
Grnn Hides, No 1 107c.
Green Hides, No. 2 206.
Calf Sklnf 4 to 6c.
Goat Sklne 26c to $1.00.
Gray Fox 26 to 60c
Coon 10 to 10c. i
Mink 25c to $1.2i,.
Otter $1.00 to $5.00.
Skunk 10 to 26c,
Muskrat 1 to 6c
VUdcat 10 to 25c.
Qraln and Flour.
llnrloy Browing. 16c bushel; feed,
$21 per ton.
Flour Wholosnle. $3.06.
Live Stock Market
Steers 3U to 3H&
Cows 3 to 3 He
Sheep $3.60 gross to $1.00.
Dressed Veal fiVSc,
Hogs, allvo Ec
Hogs, dressod Co.
Wool and Mohair.
Coarse Wool lie.
Hay, Feed, Etc.
Haled Cheat $11 0$I2.
Creamery and Dairy Products.
Good dairy butter 20025c.
Creamery buttor, 27VJo
Cream, pan skimmed, at creamery
35c, at farm 21c,
Cream separator skimmed. at
Com. Crcamory 27 Vic. minus freight.
Whoat Walla Walla, 70072c.
Wheat Valloy, 7607Co.
Flour Portland, boat grade, $3,600
$3.70; graham, $3.160$3.8S.
Oats Cholco White, $1.1S0$1.2O.
Ilarluy Feed, $210$22 per ton;
Mlllatuff Ilran. $19.
Hay Timothy, $130 $13.60 per Urn.
Onions 40060c per conUL
Potatoes 10060c per cental.
nutter Heat dairy, 20022)4; fancy
creamery, 26o; store, ICC 18c.
Kggs Oregon ranch. 15V401Cf4c
Poultry Chickens, mixed. 11012c
per pounds; hens, 12012Kc; turkeys.
l,,va - "He,
Mutton Oross. $70$7.6O.
Hoe? $70 $7.25,
Iloef Gross, $3 360$I.OO.
Veal B 09c.
Hops 19020c per pound.
Wool Valley, 12'4016c; Bastern
''roii, 0flVc; wuiimr. wv.
. J V-ilTj; 16 pounds an. upwards.
ilS to 16Hc
r-f-rt; fi wr
Xhe Sufe Way
to prevent Pneumonia aud Consurap
Uen Is to euro your cold when it nrst
appears. Ackers English Remedy
will atop the cough In a night, and
drive the cold out of your system. Al
ways a quick and sure cure for Asth
ma, iironchius, ana an inroai ana
lung troubles. If It does not satisfy
h6 dnlK,gl w, rerand yoar
mon... write to us for free sample.
W. H. HOOKER k CO, Buffalo,, N.
V D- J - Pruit
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Advcnlttmeat. five lint or lets, la thl column
a month. All over five lines at the same rite.
Wanted Men.-Vo teach tho harbor
trade- In tho shortest posslblo tlmo
nt small expense and gunrantco po
sitions. Wrlto Mohlor'a Darbor Col
lege, Salt Lake City, Utah. ,
2000 head of Stock Cattle Wanted
Cows and hotter calves, yearlings
nnd 2-ycc.r-old htltors; flv bulls to
tho hundred htad, to raise on sdnrcs
by rellnblo and perfectly re
sponsible lifelong cattlo men. Flno
grata rango )n wusUrn part of Lane
county; half Incrcaso for six years.
Addross A. J. Thompson. Gardlnor,
y -v-.-.---- - - - .
For oaie. (Jow ana cair, also n, pony.
Knquiro nt 335 Summor street,
For Sale. One Jersey bull, fresh cows
nnd holfors, 15 head In all, A. O,
y Smith, near Prlnglo school houso,
routo No. 6, Salem. 4-i5-3t
For Bale. Fresh Jcrsoy cowb nnd
heifers, about 30 head. Apply to
Mrs, M. Deck, Capital Drowory.
For Sale or Rent. At a bargain, 10
acres, 6 rollos cast of Salem. Good
houso and bam, also good well and
somo fruit. Knqulro of V. Van
Vlanlc, corner of Mill nnd Cottngn
For Sale or, Rent Six acres, 3 .nllos
out, orchard, garden, 2 acres of pas
ture; good water. Boo O. W. Pear
mine, 2 miles north of city, on rlvor
For Sale. One ton-room houso; por
colnln bath and hot nnd cold wnter.
Call at 6C2 Mborty street. 4-6-tt
For Sale. Grocory stock In Kast Ba
lorn for sale. low rent, nnd In best,
part of city. Iluyor can Invost from
' $200 to $E0O. For furthor particu
lars call at 312 Twolfth streot or
For Rent. Fumtshod rooms for light
housekeeping. Apply to S. S. Mar
tin, Commercial nnd Mission streets.
For Rent. Seven-room houso, bane
mont nnd well wntor. Call 'on A.
Schrelbur. 424 High stroet 4-13-tt
For Rent A modorn 7 room houso
with overy convenience, good wntor
piped Into same, with 40 acroo pas-
turn and gnrdon land, plenty of
fruit. Chickens and Jnrsoy cow
for snlo. Just tho 'place for eastern
man. H. a Hall, Turner Oro It.
V. n. No. 3. 3-30-lw-tf
Removal. The Salem Carrlngo Fac
tory, Womor Fonnell proprietor,
ban moved from Commercial street
to North Mborty. nt tho brldgo.
Call and neo tho new placo, and In
spoat tho work dono. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Werner Kennel,
Good Opportunity. A blacksmith and
wagon maker can got a good busi
ness with very Httlo outlay. Capital
will bo furnished to tho right man.
Address "II. S. caro Journal.
Eggs for 8ettlng, Puro bred White
Plymouth Rock and Olack Minor
cas, tho best layers known. T. II.
Illundell, Mornlngslde. Tolopbono
No. 2060 Rod. 3-20-tt
You will always find the choicest
meats and groceries at tho lowest
prices at Edward's c Luscher's, 400
and 410 State streot 'Phone orders
given special attention.
Central Lodge No. 18 K. of P. Castle
Hall In Holroan Illock, corner State
and Liberty streets, Tuesday of each
week ft 7;30 p, nu A. U Strang
O. a, II. J. Fleming K. of R. and S
FoneaJEftfi of AMBHIcA-Coun
Sherwood Foresters No 19. Meet
Friday night In Turner block. 8
W. MJntun, C.IL; U lirown, Sea
Modern Woodmen of America Ore
gon Cedar Canip No. 6218. Meets
every Thursday evening . 8 o'clock
Holman Hall, Frank A. Turner, V
C; A. U Drown Clerk.
Protection Lodge NO. , Anclfcut Or
der United Workmen, meets every
Hatnrday evening In the Holman
Hall, corner of State and Liberty
streets. Visiting brethren welcome
J. O. Graham, M. W , X A. Sell wood,
Drs. M. T. Schoettle, Frank J. Oarr
and Anna M. Oarr. Graduates
American sthool of Osteopathy
Kirksvlllo, Mo., succossora to Dr
Grace Albright Office hours 9 to
13 and 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Odd
Fellows' Temple, Phone Main 2731;
residence phone 2603 Red.
Or. H. H. Scovtll, Suggestive There
peuUea and Osteopathy. Nervous
fUJMonal and mental diseases, n
ralgJ, headaches, nervous protr
Uob, dyspepsia, cossUpaAlM. tUr
rhoea, rheumatism, asthma, cte.
DJArcyfblock? Stato street. Phono
Main 2S56?Mnv. '
Ryan's Shaving Parlors. Seven Arst
clasa barbers engaged. Finest bat
rooms In city, j Wo use antltestle
sterllUor. j, Ryan, Prop.
Evans' Darber Shop Only flrst-etas
nop on Bttto street BTerfMwNI
new and np-to-date. Finest porceSd
baths. Shave, IBc; haircut, ;'ej
baths, 25c, Two Brat-class jsW
black. O. w. Brans', proprietor.
Dr. E. E. Jackson, Veterinary 8urjfooo
and. Dentist Offlco, Rod Fronl
Llvory. Phono Main 851. fted.
enco Phono 2015 Rod. 12-S-U
harper's T Whiskey a tj-e best
Qet ofn4.yr- vest
Que. SchreHwr h It
And yu Jtpoa Mtirett.
J, Brownstein St Son,
J. Brovynsteln A Sob. ferairly t
Albany, have opened a place oa 5ta4
and Front streets. II If heat cash Kk
pall for Hides, Pelts, Wool, TlWw
and furs: also'eeneral dealer la eW
iron. Rutterand metals.
O. H. M.AOK
Successor to Dr. J. M. Koene, I
Wblto Corner, Salem, Oregon. Pardee
desiring superior operations at mod
erate foe In any branch are In especial
O, C, T, Co's
Leavee for Portland Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m.
For Corvallls Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday it I a, m.
Quick Time. Cheap Rates
Deck: Foot of Trade aHret
M. P. BALDWIN, At
Express and Transfer
Meets all mall and passenger tralaa.
Uaggage to all parts of the etty.
Prompt service. Telephone No. 141.
HKOKMAN & linDRlOK.
THE ELITE CAFE
208 Commercial Street
Served In the est of style aud wlUt
the most suitable accompaniments.
E. ECKERLEN. Proprictcr
Is still here, and as busy as
over. When your clothes aro wont
and dirty, or tho buttons Off,
take thorn to hor, at tho Salem Dyolng
and Cleaning Works. Repairing and
rollulng; now volret collars put oa
overcoats; also four suits a month for
$1. Callod for nnd returned. Union
m MRS. O. II. WAI.rCHR. Prop,
195 Commercial Street
Ii20 Wrftr ftf)r fliiltJ ftatmtnnb m
ttflen 3uflnnbr. 140 Wder ?pflua(on!),
Unit Wo. 1 Alfalfa fionb, fflalb unb
lofturt. drop utiiiflt $2500. 3bet
jyttfi quU8, tfitiicfl 2)ollom2onbj gute
OlcDoubf, fftnj, elf. 4Vi gjftiijrt n'dtb.
(id) bon aftm, V WtUt iocft(fct bo it
ftaljcr S)ollom SdjtilfiauS,
Of r e p.yirf)mc, Caltiu, Ore.
Still the" Favorite.
For short order meals the White
Housu Restaurant Is tho leading
place. Open day and night. Prompt
i O iw
;, Why' Not,
Go wbero you oan gut tho beet
The Wblto Houso Restaurant la the
most popular rostaurunt In the city
Opon day and night
And ruatauraut Is Salutu's best eat
Ing house, 'fills bouse Is patronized
by everybody The host service thnt
can be bad.
PILES HU? Bupposllocfl
hmi tun ' rant, m " im rm, U I
ifimiiw HriN wmt. UNCtrti. ,
Sold In Salem by 8, C. Stone.
Call for Free Samples.
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