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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL: SALEM;' OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER? 17, -1903.
The Universal Providers
About January 1st we will combine our dry good stock at our cor
ner atorc, and our clothing and furnishings, end Bhoca will bo com
bined at our store lit 298-300 Commercial street until our new building
Is completed. Until then wo will
laughter Prices More Than Ever
Plenty of good styles to select
SHAW KNIT HOSE FOR BOY8
Rogular 25c values.
Boo our Reducod prices on
Hop Prices Are Stif
fening Steadily and
Dealers Are Talking About
Thirty Cent Figures to
Be Reached After
prune bin, and, while stooping to pass
under the shaft, hi clothing was,
caught on a knucklo of the swiftly
turning rod, and the next instant h'e
was whirled through the air, his body
being seriously bruised by contact
with the,dried fruit, against which he
was constantly thrown, After scrornl
revolutions his clothing broke, releas
ing him, and he was thrown across
the warehouse, falling In such a man
ner as to escape injury. His life was
saved by the fact that his clothing
was old for, had it been otherwise,
tho chances are that ho would have
been killed before tho shaft could be
Comrade, Attend the Funeral
Of Jacob Seng, private, Company E,
Ninth Regiment Cavalry, Missouri
volunteers, from Rlgdon'B parlors on
Court street, at 10:30 a. m.. December
18, 1903. SAMUEL CLEFFMAN,
Commander Sedgwick Post, No. 10,
JOHN F. CORDRAY, Mgr."
Our prices aro lower than
those quoted by other firms.
GREAT COMBINATION 8ALE8 AT BOTH STORES.
Sale Prices on Toys and Dolls
OUR STORE OPEN NIGHT8 UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
First Annual Exhibition
8ALEM POULTRY AND PET 8TOCK
Mako your engagements so yoU
Threo days and three nights.
A flno exhibit of bloodod stock.
D008, CAT8 AND POULTRY.
You cannot afford to miss It. ,
The local hop market is quiet, and
few sales are being recorded, owing to
the fact that the present holders of
stocks are tlff, and will await a high
er market Dealers are quoting hops
from 13 to 22 cents, but at these fig
ures, even at tho highest named, the
growers who are still holding their
crops do not feel inclined to s,ell. It
Is predicted that the hop market will
soon advance, and after the first of
the year many dealers expect to see
the market touch 30 cents for choice
growths, as the world's supply Is
(scarce up to tho requirements before
(the next crop can poislbly came in,
mm iiruwer win uc vuiDpunuu to re
new their stocks from the somewhat
small visible supply.
The Eugene Guard yesterday. In dis
cussing the hop situation thero, eays:
"Hops are having a stroncr. steady
upward tendency, and it Is predicted
( that by January 1st there will be less
man ow;u unies in me growers' hand.
The hop market Is stronger and more
excited than It has been for months
past. Growors are now holding for
25 cents. Yesterdny AS bales wore
sold In Polk county at 23 cent?. It Is
reported that a sale was made at Ole
qua, Washington, of 70 bales at 2!
cents, but this has not boon vorlfled."
The Watervllle (N. Y.) Tlmos, of
the Htli Inst.. In dlscuMine the hon
I "A fett moro sales of the fow hops
Beats the Legislature. I remaining In growers' hands havo been
"Word was received In EtiKcno last ! maae Wl"n ttic past few unyj, among
BROWN. At the family home, near
Oak Grove, Wednesday, December
1C, 1903 Bessie, the Infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, of
pneumonia, aged 1 year and 4
SATURDAY, DEC. 19.
, Special Return Engagement
Of last season's laughing success:
Goodhue & Kelloggs splendid com
pany of players, Including
Mr. John Daly Murphy
Miss Pauline Htckler.
In the Jolly comedy
America's funniest comedy.
Tho same splendid company that
has delighted all California, and is
proclaimed by press and public tho
very jolllest and laughlcst ever.
Prices 76c. GOc and 35c Seats on
sale at box office Saturday at 9 a. m.
For Sale. At a bargain.
wanting a good business
largo store and house cembined:
good chance to carry on a general
merchandise business on one of Sa
lem's best streets. Address ."I.,"
caro of Journal. 12-16-lm
HUBBARD GRADER. At tho home
of the brldgo's parents In Yew Park,
Wednesday evening, December 16,
1903, at 8 o'cleck A.lss Dollle Hub
bard to Mr. Joseph Graber, Rev.
The bride is the daughter of Judge
tiuuuara ana .Mrs. w. u. iiuuuaru, ol
this city, wullo tho groom Is a well-
For anyone known young business man of this
location, city, being a member of tho firm of
Roth & Graber, grocers, on State
night that brought gladness to Eu
geno stockholders of tho "Miscellane
ous" claim In the Bohemia district
Yosterday a body of vory flno oro
was uncovered on tho Jowor levor.
Tho striko exceeded' all expectations
Eugcno holders In tho Fnirvlow
group aro Attornoy L. T. Harris, Wm.
Fabor, Alf Walker, Stocks & Harlow,
Herbert Leigh, John Brund and others
Oregon Fitc Relief
Oreffon'a Great Mutiil Insurance Co.
$15,440,588 Insurance at risk.
Safe, economical Insurance for the
people. Head office. Mcttlnville. Or.
H.A JOHNSON, Apent for Marlon Co
them being Simmons Bros.', of Knox
boro, 11 bales at 25c; Wm. Kimball,
9 at 29c; Mr. Edgorton. 11 nt 28c; A.
J. Marsh, 6 at 2Sc; W. P. Brlggs, 23
at 30c; JoJhn Bryant, 7 at 30Vlc; Pat
rick Clary. i3G at 27c; Brogan & Dunn.
29 at 2Gc; E. G. Locke and his ten
anb Mr. McHugo, sold 33 bales at
prlvato terms, but Mr. Locke got 20
conts for 10 bales of a 28-bale lot' on
another farm. Tho medium? bring
from 27 to 28c, and the best 29 to 3Dc."
The New York Journal & Bulletin.
of tho 11th Inst., says of tho market:
'Stronger advices were recelvod
For Sale. Now house and lot, ono
block from school house; $500 if
sold before January lsL J. F.
Blanchard, Salem Postofllce.
Girl Wanted For gonoral housework,
In a small family, with no children.
Call at 319 Liberty stroet 12-173t
Horse Strayed. A chestnut bay, bald
faced goldlng. wolghlng botweon
1400 and 1600 pounds, with halter
on; strayed from place Saturday ev
ening. Reward for his return to
Joseph A. DIttor, Aumsvllle, Ore
gon, R. F. D 12-16-lt
Flno assortment of Indies and
gents' gold watches and chains, for
the holiday trade, for salo cheap, at
W. Calvet's. Practical watchmakor,
158 Stato street. ood
Entray. A bay mare, three years old.
white star In forehead, hind feet
white, old shocu on foro feet; had
halter on with rope tied about neck.
Left Salem, December 12th. Take
her up and notify S. B. Howard,
MODEL OYSTER PARLORS
140 Court Street.
Oyttersany style Mid short orders.
Oyitrr Loaves, Chicken mtnnlei, Shell
Flab, Etc. In traton,
Special chicken dinner, Sundays, 25c
Call and see us before yoo
sell yoor Crop
James M. Kyle & Co
i 75 CommercialSt.
144 State 8t
Lawrence T. HarrlB left on tho mid
nlplif trnln fnr Cnilnfn flmvi nml trill
go directly to tho mine. Intending to'frora,tnc coast, and during the past
make a thorough investigation forhlm-,lu" "aB Ul "as oeen consumable
self. .activity In the trading, it being un
it Is hoped that tho roports aro not I tood that ,n the neighborhood of
oxaggorntod, and that Mr. Harris will 2000 UI'GB changed hands In Oregon
find tho roportB to be true. Eugene nml California, principally nt about 20
Chicago Dec. 17. Wheat, 78 79.
THE SIDNEY POWER COMPANY,
Made for family uso. Ask your
rocer for It. Bran and shorts al
ways on hand.
L T. Wain, Agt.
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of the Delinquent 8
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Van Alatlne Cordon & Co.
2S7HCom'ISt. Phone 801
A. R Morgan & Co. Mgrs.
conts for medium grades. Cholco se
lections aro quoted up to 23 centa Ad
vlcos from up the state quotod strong
er mnrkots. The principal English
buyer has reappeared In tho market
and has paid 3031c for choice se
lections; offerings were roported light,
reflecting the small remaining stocks.
The local market was firm, but quiet.
Tho English markot was reported
Cut an Artery.
L. W. Powell, the telegraph opera
tor at Turner, met with n serious ac
cident yesterday, while attempting to
enter the office nt his station. The
young man had locked his osric leav
ing the key Inside. Hearing his call
on the Instrument, he forced his way
,inio me omee by breaking the glass
I In the door with his hand. In doing
I so he accidentally cut the rafilal artory
at the base of the thumb, and all at
tempts to stop the flow of blood
proved unavailing. Mr. Powell came
to this city to receive medical assist
Turkey Shoot About fifty first-class
turkeys shot offff at J. H. Elgin
place, eight miles South of Salem
Monday, Dec. 21st Lunch served
3 lbs Fancy Dates.
2 lbs Mixed Nuts,
Timely Suggestions iot 1
Took a Few Turns.
Oral Rlee, a young man oiuployed In
tho warehouse of the Willamette Val
loy Prune Association, mot with an
accident yesterday while going about
Ills duties In the warehouse, and It
wns by the merest chance that he es
caped serious Injuries. He had tc
pasa a swiftly revolving shaft over a
Walnuts or Almonds.
, 35 Cents
2 lbs cans Solid Pineapple.
1 Bushel o Good Apples.
1 Packago Barnum Animals.
1 Package- Noah's Ark.
Fuller & Douglas
Another lot by today's oxpross. A
wonderful convenience for thoso who
must bo out at night
Ask to soo them, and If you want to
glvj ono a night's trial, say tho word
and you may.
Mud guards and mud splashers for
your wheol. Wo fit thorn. You feel
bettor whon you dismount from your
wheel, If you know you aro not
streaked with mud from your head to
Blko capes, too, for men and boys.
And carbide, plenty of It 2 pounds for
25c, In packagco. You furnish the
Anil sowing machine oil, tho sort
that won't gum, Nye's sperm oil.
And needles, too Excelsior or
Howard's Needles, best In tho werld:
25c a dozen; four for 10c.
In fact, wo ropalr machines ,and
guarantee our work. N. H. Burloy dooa
oil of this work, and ho has hod years i
or exporlcnco. Bring in your
This is an opportunity of
the year to get a late styje
garment at less than whole
sale cost. '
See window display.
F. A. Wiggins'
255-257 Liberty St
Farm Machinery, Bicycles, Automo
biles, Sewing Machines and Supplies.
Sewing Machine Repairing.
Don't Let It Escape
When you have at last seized ncs
a gdod opportunity of having jtmr
lauhdrv work donn In such onfect
ma condition, and of such an Irroproech-
ablo color and finish as you will nnl
everything that leaves our establish
mono. We hnvo aimed to make the
work done at tho Salem Steam Lam
dry perfect, and to keep it at tho to?
notch of porfectlon, and wo have tut
coeded in gratifying our patrons be
yond our fondest hopes. Drop us i
postal card or telephone, and the
wagon will stop.
230 Liberty 8t.
142 State Grocers Phone 2261 2
Thnt THE FAIR STORE is located nt No. 274 Commercial J,
h Street, and that wo carry the largest stock of toys and holiday J
h goods in Salem, nt prices that can't be beat. Wo have express J
5 wagoiis, hobby horses, wheol barrows, doll carriages, children's m
: rocking chairs, toy trunks, drums. hornH. ton?, hanks, tool $
chests, air guns, boats, toy furniture, doll houses, Christmas I
tree ornaments and, in fact, evervthinir in tbnt line.
Sb We have the best values in dolls ever seen in Salem.
THE FAIR STORE
S 274 Commercial Street
D'amond Rlnjjs from $10.00 to WOO.
Ladles' Watches from $6.50 to $50.
Gents Watches from $4.50 to $50.00.
Boys' Watches from $1.50 to $8.00.
Solid Qold Rlnos from $1.00 to $20.00.
Diamond Brooches from $10.00 and up.
Diamond Cuff Links from $3.50 to $25,
Diamond 8tuds from $11.50 to $200...
Watch Chains from $1.50 to $15.00.
Oper Glasses from $6.50 to $18.50.
Gold Pens and Pearl Handles $1.50
Stick Pins, beauties from $1 to $1.50.
Match Boxes from $1,5Qto $5,00.
unavino Muge from $3.50 to $6.50,
, nnJ evo-ojassea selected fori Xmasfereentwtll'be rfii
the holiday. Your secUnsJald aside .until, youwapt 2
C&ase EL Hinges, !
J We can show you more different lines of perfume than any other
f drug store In Salem. QUALITY, not quantity, we sell. Sec our window
Jeweler and Optician, 88 State Street. !
Phone, Main 2541
118 State St,
PEOPXJES BARGAIN MiOlfSJB-
Now on Exhibition
Our store Is filled from the floor to ths celling -wtth the choicest line
of dry goods shown In Salem. We are not looking for fancy profits, we
'are satisfied, with quarter the profits made by other houses. We. are In a
position to do business on these up-to-date and popular liner, all on
account of the small expenses we are under. It will pay you well to
visit our store and look through the different departments. We know
you wjll find" suitable presents for your friends, father, mother, sisters
and little folks. ..
The Cheapest Store in the Northwest
M'Eyoy Brothers, Court St.,Salem
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