The Daily journal. (Salem, Or.) 1899-1903, April 27, 1903, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE DAILY JOURNAL, 8ALEM, -OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1803.
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"Bested"
Buttonholes aro tho bano of a
bachelor's (married man's, as woll)
existence, No wonder tho blankoty
blanks are forthcoming. Don't worry,
? don't fumo, don't swear. Simply let
us do tho laundering, and tho collar
bands will remain Intact until tho end
of tho chapter. We me thinking of
f offering a prize for buttonholes de-
spoiled hero -,
SaletrjSieam Laundry.
C6L0NEL.'ji0LMSTEbj!prM.-
BOHUS 0. OLMSTED, Mtrr.
'WtSnatlS 230 Liberty 8t
ONT SHIVER WHILE
YOU ORE83
Those cold mornings. Iloncli out of
s4, itrlko a rantch, turn on tho gas
ia your gas utovo and noto how quickly
roar room gets warm. Haren't a gaa
atoveT Mean it? Lots hore so cheap
yeall wondor bow you 'iavo penult
t4 yoursolf to bo benumbed when so
SBMch comfort could bo bad for so lit-
Salem Cis-Mgllt Co.,
faone 563- 4 CHEMEKETA ST,
A Juicy Morsel for
Breakfast
Or dinner yon can enjoy from one of onr
sender and delicious meats, steaks, lamb
or mutton chops, veal cutlets or pork,
Oar meats are all cat from the fattest
nd tmmeatcattla, and we can supply
roar table with fresh, nntritions and
bolesom mrU at bed rock prices.
E.
C, CROSS SALEM ORE
rhon Jfll
WHEN
SEEKING A GOOD TADLE
WINE.
Book uo further than Itobora' store.
Our line of clarets, eautemen, ports,
ahorrloa, ltblno wines and chain
pagnea, roprcsenta tho best vintage of
lSuropo and California, and our prices
aro as low aa can bo quoted for genu
lno brands. Our whiskies, brandies,
liquor and cordials maintain tho
eiuno high standard wo guard so seal
ously as to wines. Lt us show you
our stock.
J. P. ROGERS, jM-
Wholssala and Retail
Liquor D.il.r. . . ,
JMMJSjmTW.fi1, i
z'jfzffifflt 1
SQ t
232 Conmerctl Street Near Bush's Bank.
HARNESS, SADDLES. NETS, WHIPS. ROBES. ETC REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.? Hamcis Oils, Good Working Cloves, Axle Crease. Brushes
SALE'N. OREGON
SEE ANYTHINQt
..
Better than our 170 whisker, XXX
brandy or wlncst .No, not with a tel
escope. Theso axo somo of tho finest
brands on tho market Come In and
try a sample theao goods please the
palate, aa well as the eye, aad that
Is saying a good deal.
He SENATE,
160 SUtt Street.
,(!
Repairing
F33E--SSRJCHHbjs;
A -KEW3ftW?'
HfcBtSjftW3Wwiirill'
Of the finest workmanship Is n
branch of our buslnoss, that wo giro
spcotat attontlon to. Our repairing
dopnrtmont is conducted with tho ut
most caro and skill, diamonds aro re
set, and Jowolry ot all kinds Is re
paired in tho mdBt porfect mannor, be
sides optical work of all kinds.
C. T. Pomeroy ....
Jeweler and Optician, 'J8S Com. St.
copyrTJmtI
Shingles and Shakes
t . I- .1.1 t..l t...t If .. ..
ino root id uiiib"." v J"- lM,nsratfHl
tho kind of Bhlngles and shakos we,coimi1
sell, and wo ask you to note the good! " " nc(u faP l ""
wear and economy of tho roof for ng hint out of Oron
which wo furnish tho shingles or ' l'tt carload whw It should be
.hV Wn carry n lariro stock nf irWKlil In the tralnload nnd dis-
s'hlnsle. and shakes of good quality, ! '" " "n
cSlly selected to tnako a sound. 'nt "W fll-ctiuraRl nK to men in
Ughidumblo roof, and wo are al- JV '- ! valuable In
way. ready to Kho estimates. W - f
OOODALE LUMDER CO. 8,Kh a br,ht ,,,tllro ln Q ff U
w.., d p n.ont 1111 fortunes In It for those who liavo
V , " ' IforeslKht to roalla. and 8ra the slt-
Ph0n8 M1, uatlon."
" - ' ' " " I - s ifi.Lrm
Harness, Saddlery. Whips,
Lap Rotes, Fly Nets, etc.
Lone years of experience, sucerior
skill and hlehest qualltyofstock are
a guarantee that wcturnout'the test
foods ever offered In Salem,
SIGN OF THE WHITE HORSE.
ESTABLISHED 1869
E. S. Lamport Saddlery Co.
289 Commercial Street.
sal Cjis.yoS5
NEED
MORE
COWS
Food Commissioner Baiiy
Indorses Journal Ideas
Makes Statement.that Herds
are Getting: Smaller
J W. Bailey, commissioner of the
Oregon food and dairy department re
cently seld: "I toll you that we must
hare more dairy cattlo. I have Just
been out In the country, contiguous to
Salem, upon a tour of inspection of
dairies a ml, I find that there Is plenty
of dairies but a great scarcity of dairy
stock. I teTl you that tho Willamette
valley is the coming dairy district of
tho Pacific coast and that more atten
tion Is not paid to-fT'aa'an Industry
Is tho greatest mystery to me. The
tlmo Is coming, however, and not
very distant, when tho people will
awaken to this fart and to tho devel
opment of It.
"Why, In Portland today, and for
tho pant six months, buttor fat has
been commanding 3214 cents per
pound, n thing unheard of boforo and
still there is more buttor and cheese
being shipped into Portland today
than over before In the history of the
state and the demand cannot be satis-
fled.
"Whatovor the fitrmors of Oregon
art thinking or dreaming about to let
such a groat Industry, right nt their
door, go begging nod undeveloped. Is
more than I rnn understand nnd as
much as It has been prcachml in to
them for the post few yoars. It boats
mo that no more attontlon is paid to
It
"Thfrr Is no state or section of a
statu In th Unftod States that can
anywhere near compote with the
Willamette vnlloy for quality or oxoel-
Iimco'of dairy products and tho but
tor and chvosu of Oregon 8 gaining a
woildwldo reputation which cannot
be approached by the product of nny
bther district. Not long ago there
was n fihlpment of linttor from Cali
fornia to Portland, but. on account of
the cntwa being several ounces short
" ".". "llll'ITO .1- "in "n Ul
I.. .....t..l. f .iH.lr.au.1 I. ai, l.a,.l ,m
Howa This?
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Ho
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
, Cure.
j V. J. GI1BNBY & CO., Toldo. O.
Wo, the undorsjgnedbavo known K.
'j Cheney for the last 15 years, and
bellevo him perfectly honorable In all
buslnesi transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligations
inmlo by thoir firm.
West & Truax. wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, O.
WaldlniC, Klnan & Marvin. Whole
sale Druggists, 'lol do, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takon Inter
nally. acting directly upon the blood
nnd mucous surface of tho system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75o per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family I'M are the host.
WOMANS) DUtTeS.
i woman who keeps her house la or
der and has the ar ot a family, hab
Just as much responsibility as tho man
who provides the means to carry on
tho housekeeping She is deserving
ot tho more credit since tho demands
on her strength is greater. Tho ever
lasting sameness about her duties, and
tbo confinement necessary to carry
.them out Is very trying to the nervous
system, this produces & strain on the
mind thai mak her.lrrltable, cross,
and dissatisfied, which ts just as
much a disease as rheumatism or ca
tarrh, tf nerves can be built up and
made strong by medicine ot some kind
this feeling Is changed to one of
cheerfulness ani. pleasuro In her du
tlw Tho medicine tbat makes strong
steady nerves, and prevents disease
by building up the entire system, is
Dr. Gunn's Blood and Nerve Tonic, a
tablet ta take at meal time. Cures
nervous prostration by miking rich
red blood, feeding the nerves, and
making solid flesh at the rate of 1 to
Slbs per week. This medicine Is sold
by druggists for 75c per box, or 3 box
es for I2.Q0. or sent by mail, post-paid,
on receipt ot price. Write us about
your case. Address Dr. Doeanko Co.,
Phlladeph x. Pa For sale at Dr.
Stone's Drug Stores. 3
GOOD r Cltll DRE.S
T.V Pnt taie aad bar nice Oat
Mlaute Oouih Our. sItw bauMdUte wIC
In all eaaea of Causa. Croup and l-afirlpfx-.
bH-aaa. it does bet pas InuaeJUtely lolu
lb. steeuca. tmt takti effect rtnt at the
wat of tbe ttvaWe. It draws i.ui tb la I
acnuaaiioa neat ana t . i ,- . .1 .ur.
I ivrmaaeQtlv by ecsLIIlur te r , . n
oerBuiarQiiy or rcabiuas '
rttui pur. UfezUinc a- i-s s iiainr,
tyrvo t th. Nod acd ts -ea.
a
iy ' u iiaas, uu biaie ti-eet
WHY WE ARE AGENTS
Here Are Some ot tho Convincing ,
Facts That Caused us to Take!
the Agency for the Fulton Com
pounds, the First Things Known '
that Cure Chronic Kidney DU
cases.
It'll, let It b distinctly understood that '
trtryoneof th.eaBM below bid tM.ndl.EDO.rd
by on. or mora payalelaaa at earoat. and la-
curable; scotd.Bot U. certainty of tb. re
nlu aa shown by tie re-ecrery also ot tb.
friend. tbey told wbo wera atnllarly aBioted
wttbeaposeu..urabUkida.r disease.
K. w. Saauiaia.;. pmuooi Bp.uwuj saw
Co., ftaa Taaaisi, OHimnKiT " a o
fatally aad told xreral otbera who rreoTered.
Adoipb Wcita, capitalist. Baa Francisco,
reooT.red bUuMlt and told twofrleadawBore-.
COTefed.
Dr. Ctrl D. Zlele, pioneer drug-gist, K3 PaclSa
iIimI. .-i.n Fraaclaco, reentered hlmt.lt and
f ars It to more tbaa doiea patient, wbo n-
ooTerou l
Cbarle. Engelke. editor of tb. 0rmn paper, I
E.n Kranclico, rtcof.red blmaelf and told It to
a number wuo rrcortrd, on. of tbem being
C.arle. r. W.ck.r, tb. Slztb itreot mercbtat. I
II. M. Wood, alitor Win. and Hptrli Ittrlew.
reoortred blici.lf and told It to ..Teral wbo
rroor.rod, among toem twisf an oia mqooi
pbrotdaB.
dward Shcrt of tb. fln Franel.eo Call re-
ravrroo, aitomreooi niimmoi, ' '"
Mania. Cpuin Hubbardof tb. Honolulu rout.
and wiiiam Hawkins ot tb. u, s. Quarter-
tnaitar'a Deportment ot San rranelico.
John A PbVlp. ot tho Hotel Kepller, Ssa
Francliro. and iwo of hU friend!,. ice lo
Tne kldn.7 ar. tb. .ewers tbat strain tba
roUoMoutof tb. )rtem. W. eaa atand tb.
oarangcicent for a abort wan., but brn tb. ,
lat.rfer.nc. becotn. ebronl. (permanent), aa
Cx.t explained by Brlcht, It la only a nUMilon
of bow long before deatb will emn.. Itlstb.nl
called urfgbtt Diieai. and incurable. All
kidney troubles d.relop Into tbls form about
the fib to luth month. Tb. abOT. ease wer. t
incurable by all other known means. I'eopi. .
barlnekldoeydlteaM should beptnat first
i who
tue onir Known inmif taai win cur. it it cs.
reacbevt II.. rerlom ntjr l-"ulion's Renal
Compound for HrlRhi's at d Kidney Ol.eaMS. II ;
for lJlabelte, II SO. John J Fulton Co., 4C4
Wnilih.rton strret, San Francisco, sole coin
pouBileta Send for pnaptjlcl, W. nto It. Ml.
aKcbii Iji ltd city,
J. M. HABERLY,
Palace Pharmacy, 118 State St.
A
Market Quotations Todays
X "Make Salem a Cood Home Market" X
Poultry at Qtelner's Market
Chickens lie.
Spring chickens 13(8 15c.
Kggs Per docon, ltd
Hop Market.
,'
Hops 222GJic
Potatoes, Apples, Etc.
Potatoes 25030c.
Onions 05r
Dried Prultt.
Dried Apples KV to 6V&C
Italian prunes, 40s to 60s 6c
Petlto Prunes Ic
Wood, Fence Poets, Etc,
lllg Fir H.BO.
Secohd Growth 14.00.
Arh JS.OOto J3.76.
Body Ouk JE.OO.
1
Pole Oak 16.00.
.' Sl'-
Codnr Potls 10c. .
Hides, Pil'.J arid Fur. ,
Green Hides, No. 8c. 4
Oreen Hides, No. 2 2(tf5
Calf Siting K to 5c, r
ahoi-7Ec. , if
Goat Shine 25c to 1 1.00.
Gray Fox 25 to 60c
Coon 10 to -toe. '
Mink 25c to U.2i. '
Otter 11.00 to 5.00. M
Skunk 10 to 2Cc
Muskrat 1 to 5c
Wildcat 10 to 25c
Grain and Flour.
Wheat 8S (0 73c.
Oats 3032c.
Uarle) Urewlng MtfWe bushel;
feed $11 per ton.
Flour Wholesale. J3.C5.
Live Stock Market.
Steer IV-e.
Cows 3 to 3 He
Sheep $3.50 gross f $4.00.
Dressed Veal 7Sc.
Hors, alive tUfcCOSlc.
Hogs, drosewl 8c.
Wool and Mohair.
Cooro wool 14 (f 17a.
Fine 15c '
Mohair 37a
Hay, Feed, Etc.
Baled Cheat $12 $13.
Clover$il.50(fJ$12,50.
Hrnn-$tS.
ShorH-$.
Creamery and Oalry Products.
Good dairy butter 15S0c
Creamery buttor, 30c.
Cream, pan skimmed, at creamery
ISc, nt farm 14c.
Cream separator skimmed at
Com. Crvamory 2oc, minus freight
Portland Market
Wheat Walla Walla. 70072c
Wheat Valloy, 7576c
Flour "Portland, best grade, $3,600
$3.70; graham, $M5GJ3.S5.
Oata Cbolco White, J1.15$U0.
Barley Feed, 21$22 per ton;
rolled. $23.
Millstuff Bran, $19.
Hay Timothy. $13$13.50 per ton.
Onions !060c per cental.
Potatoes 10050c per cental.
Butter Best dairy, 2022H: fancy
creamery, 224025c; store, 16018c.
Egg" Orogon ranch, 15H016Hc
per dozen.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, 11012c
per peunds: jions, 12012Hc; turkeys,
Uve, 16017c
Mutton Grose, $5015.50.
Hogs $7$7.5.
Beef Gross. $3 55$4.00
Veal Sc
r. icau. nAK A i
tiiro aoi'vv pvr imuuu. i
ivoot auey. isvs.PJ;o; tsastern
Oregon. S14Ho; Mohair.- 35036c.
Hides dry, 16 ponnds am' upwards,
15 to 15He-
a . .
Go to F. E. Sharer for gloves and
harness oils, 232 Commercial street.
4 21tf
STRAWBERRY
A NEW
By E.
Tlie Strawberry Industry In Tne PacifJ
Northwest.
Full Instructions about preparation illustrated with photogrttti
of soil, growing of plants, planting ; the. on wrUer.g fleI(j3 ncar W
crop, cultivation, fertilization, picking
"' " " - ' " by mall, or at Tho Journ.l -. I
, and packing the crop, shipping and. ' "" ur "" ino J0UrnJ c&W
markets treated tuny in separatoi""" " -. ue odij jj(
rhantarfl
cnapiera. '
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,
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Wouklv .Innrnnl nnH flnld Hcacb.
weeKiy journal ana uoia ueaca
CurrV County. Itocorder. J 1.60.
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Weekly Journal and American Boy.
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Weekly Journal and Courier. Spray
Oregon, $1.50
Weekly Journal and Express-Ad
vance, Lebanon, $1.60.
Weekly Journal and Globe, Condon
,Oro., $1.50
Weekly Journal and Oregon Mist, St
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Weekly Journal and Town Talk
Ashland. $2.00.
I Weekly Journal and Herald, 1-ake
view, $V60.
Weekly Journal and Men or To
Morrow, $1.50.
Parties desiring can get tho Dallr
Journal threo months Instead nf the
Weekly ono year In the above corobl
nations.
HOFJSLT llROTIlJEKS
Salem, Oregon.
T
he Wosid
Ir riwWarra nrtmtni with the rnbllaert. w aro
tnMvi to nil.r iMo V KS' a ltu IahmH, the
vt,r,trri.i.Hrj4U j-cllli U nt. to Club wiih
IM paper at aa ea etdiocly I", figure. The
f)Aha li pd 1 AanaU r iiKahle (or th-ih-ty
in J .tcrr-.t l it lJ. and I. undouLU
tdly lit Vand w 'ry t xrnilol lis kind.
Tl. rriders cf l n im4t know Its value. No
xrm u, tlxrrfore, dcMts,"tw of it arc needed in
this aauuuacciunU
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plemcntru with Mitra'm byaUeartuU.cmn.
Mntnmilt. lttniiluxluc to tlwMe trho " farm it
forallfloz." TAtUutt '. rlt nj(,wrTw
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Judd Fahkk U fcaacriled
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incrnniLi rcHiunuoi
rjj. Lat
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Cbiac,m.
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IT FOR THEIR r)10ST DELI
CATE PATIENTS.
OLD AND.pUhE. .
For Sale ny
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A. SCHREIBER, Salem.
153 State St,
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3 TRAINS TO THE EAST IK'.
Through Pullman, Stutaj j
Tourist sleeping cars dally to Oa
Chicago, Spokane; toriit itj
aaiiy to Kansas tjity; thrc-j
man sleeping carps (pcncui;
ductod) weekly to Chlcap, iK
City, St Louis nnd McmpbU; i
Ine chair cars (seats free) to 61
dally.
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rou
TIME SCHEDULES
rrom ruruaau, tir
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Hfwisuo allco. ful-
Dian, Mliiu(ij nil
ran . uuiuta.M iwi
Calcao, and Kal,
70
HOURS
PCHTLAKD TO CHICAGO I
no cnacie or tars
OCtAh AND HiVliR SCHElU'J
rron rorrissi
A!lta!'!t( lt'M . kji
I tochatu I
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Dallr
exrrt
TOLUWIJ'A f .r
In Astoria a Wkj ii ,
Land, i ,
BilDdar .
t p. ra
Satttrdar
C p in
WILLAMETTE RIVM
steamer Kuili iees r-a'eni i
landandwnylanduifrsnn lufii'
days anil .Saturdays, nbont ion
lorvallis tiud May lAndmn.i
WrdriPMlsy and Fridnri t i
p. m.
A. L. CBAIG. M P. HALIM
Gen. Paw A-t. Aut. O. R 'J
Portland, Ore felts
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Corval f is Sl E
N. 2 For Taqulna,
Leaves Albuy 1!
Leaves Co-valll. ... :!,
Arrives Ya I a .. '
No. 1 Returning:
Leaves Yaqul i
Lcav Corvallls
Arrivca Alary .
No. y Tor etroit.
Leayes Albany .
Arrives Del riot
No. 4 From Detroit
Leaves Detrol .
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Arrives Albany . ..
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tlmo to ccnncct with 'be I'
bound trair, aa we 1 a- P"
tare , hours In Albany dw
Tralr. No. ? con' ,cs rtaP
trains nt Cor.vaUls n. '
direct service to Newport "
cent beaches.
and other nonntaii resorti K
bany at 7:00 a m., ixa'
at noon, giving amole tlan'
tho Pprlngs Bamo day .
For further Infonnatict . ig
THOS. COCKnEXL, Agent, I
H TT rnONIRR Ae"t!2
-li
Exclusive
Safety Devil
Th nuriinirton has epiWj
through trains with the W
nign-cpeca rm. ai,I
What 18 more ii - .
. .k r- that hi!"
, o.fi--HATir on auj
6... --"--.:, .,-
Tho new nraKo -" t
30 per cent less dis!
quired with tho neit b
pllance. titfl
Take mo jjuib .
via. Billings. uen., -"as
you like If
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. out noK. I'-
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