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BAILY 9APITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORBOON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1903.
The fastest tlrao ovor mado across
tha-contlnont by a train of core was
rooted off by tho Gorry special, which
left Now York last Thursday evening
and, arrived In Portland at 7 a, in,
Sunday. Tho train conslsUd of Chi
cago and Alton prlvata car 60i), CX 8.
I. Car 1D03 and 0. S. L. baggago car
103. Tho train carried Robort Oorry,
older brothor of Potor Qony' sister,
friondB, family doctor and sorvants
who rushod from tho Atlantic to tho
Pa Jflc to attond the bodstdo of tho
younger brothor. Potor Qorry, 21
years old, who arrived In Portland
last Monday, tho guest of E. II. Harri
Ann, the great railroad king, In his
wpecial train mado up of Mr. Harri
man's car Ardon and Qonornl Manager
Kruttschnltt's car Quadaloupo and a
baggago car. Young Gerry was strick
en with ypho!d on routo from San
Francisco, and placed In tho Port
land hospital whoro tho O. R. & N.
physician and house physician gavo
Aim ovory attontlon. Mr. Harrlman at
tending him as if ho woro his own
son. Tho family in Now York an
old aristocratic family was notlflod
'by tolegraph and tho Now York fam
ily doctor and tho Portland doctors
consulted ono dny ovor Mr. Hnrrl
man's private wlro, placod it tholr
disposal to tho stoppago of all busi
ness for nn hour.
Annthor spcclnl train will paBS
Baker City today cnrrylng tho fatlior
and another sifter on a fast schedule.
Having dono nil In his powor to
relievo the illness of young Garry
"Mr. Harrlman wont oast to Now York
in his special train Sunday night.
Mrs. Llvermore's Birthday.
Boston, Mam., Dec. 19. At liar
homo In Melrose today, Mrs. Mary A.
JJvormore, tho author and looturor,
colohrntod hor )3d birthday, surround
ed by many frlondu During tho nf
tornoon, as has been tho custom in
othor years, Mrs. Livormoro's daugh
ters and grnndchlldron called to oc
tend tholr congratulations. Notwlth
'Standing hor ndvancod ago, Mrs. Llv
ormoro continues to onjoy good health,
and Is as octlvo as ovor In tho many
interests with which she Is connoctod.
I - A
BY HBNRV JpIIXffl'ONHi i
On, Friday night 's the queen of nights, because By young and old his loss was mourned in cot-
it ushers in
The Feast of good St. Saturday, when studying
is a sin,
When studying is a sin, boys, and wc may go
to play ,
Not only in the afternoon, but all the livelong
St. Saturday so legonds say lived in the
The use of leisure still was known a"nd current
Full seldom and full slow he toiled, and even
as he wrought
He 'd sit him down and rest awhile, immersed in
. pious thought.
lie loved to fold his good old arms, to cross his
good old knees,
And in a famous elbow-chair for hours he 'd
take his case;
lie had a word for old and young, and when
the village boys
Came out to play, he 'd smile on thorn and never
rriind the noise.
So when his time came, honest man, the neigh
bors all declared
That one of keener intellect could better have
been spared ;
tagc ami in hall,
For if ho 'd done them little good, he 'd 'done no
harm at all.
In time they made a saint of him, and issued a
Since he had loved his ease so woll, and been
so glad to see
The children frolic round him and to smile
upon their play
That school-boys for his sake should have a
They gave his name unto the day, that as the
years roll by
His memory might still be green; and that''s
the reason why '
Wc speak his name with gratitude, and oftener
by far ,
Than that of any other saint in all the cal
endar. Then, lads and lassies, great and small, give
ear to what I say
Refrain from work on Saturdays as strictly as
you may ;
So shall the saint, your patron be and prosper
all you do
And when examinations come he Ml see you
We can show you more different lines of perfume than any other
drug store in Salem, quality, not quantity, we sen. see our window t
118 State St,
Phone, Main 2541
Reproduced from llic December St. A'ftMnthy Coartety of The Century Co. Copyright, 1003. All Rights Reserved.
Boots and Shoes.
1 Doz. Pia. Mon's Boots No. 8.
1C8 Pre. Mon's Shees: 1 dz. pn No.
C; 3 dz. prs. No. 7; 4 dz. pre. No. 8;
4 dz. prs. No. 9: 1 dz. pre. No. 10: 1
J. Adam Bedo to Orate.
Boston Mass, Dec 19. Tho Essox
Republican Club glvoB Its annual din
nor tonight, and arrangements on an
alaborato scalo hava boon comploteJ
for tho affair. Tho principal speaker
In to bo Congressman J. Adam Bedo,
Reform School Supplies.
Sonlod proposals aro horoby Invited
for furnishing tho Orogun Stato Re
form Schopl with supplios for tho six
months ending June 30, 1904, tho list
of which, with specifications, will be
jurnlshod upon application to the bu
nerlntondont. All bids must bo In by
1 o'clook p. m., Docomber 20, 1903
II. E. BICKERS.
NOT AFFECTED BY WALL STREET
Enabling ownors of approved prop
DEVELOP EXTEND EQUIP
INDUSTRIALS, RAILWAYS, MINES
and similar enterprises. Address with
full dotnlls, J. S. WHITE. Manager,
Security Llfo Ins. Co., 61 Wall streot,
For isuppltos for tho Oregon Stnto
Penitentiary, during tho period elid
ing June 30. 1904.
Scaled bids for Drugs, Dry Goods,
Groceries, Shoou, Ixvithor and Find
ings, Plumbing Supplios, Hardware,
Flour, Fish, Meat, titc., will bo re
ceived nt the oftleo of tho Suporln
tondont of tho State Poultontlnry until
Thursday, January 7. 1904, at 3 o'clook
p. m., nt which tlmo thoy will bo
A dopoit of 200 In cash or cortl
Hod chock, payable to tho Superintend
ent .must accompany each bid for
moat or flour, and all othor bide must
ba accompanied by an amount equal
to 10 por cent of the amount of the
Tho right Ib rosorvod to reject any
and all bids, and to accept or rojoct
any portion of a bid.
On each c-nvolopo should bo In
scribed tho nature of tho bid. Goods
of Orogon manufacture or production
will rooelvo preference, other things
All goods and supplios must bo de
Mvorod to the Penitentiary within 20
days after tho contract la awarded.
anodulos of the various llncu of
Itooda will bo furnlsked upon applica
tion to tho Suporlntondont
Vouohertt will bo Issued for pay
rnont on the first of tho month follow
ing tho completion of contract, and
monthly on continuous contracts.
Bidders nro invited to bo proeont
a W. JAMES,
Suporlntondont Oregon 8tato l'onlton.
Mary. . ' ,
tkUora, Oregon. December H 1903.
Juno 30, 1904:
OREGON STATE INSANE A8YLUM
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES.
Salem, Oregon, Dccenibor 9, 1903.
Tho Board of Trustoos of tho Oro
gon Stato Insano Asylnm horoby In
vites senlod proposals for furnishing dz. prs. No. 11
tho following list of supplies to tho I 78 Prs. Lndlos" Shoes: 14 dz. prs.
Institution for tho six months ondlntrrNo- 3: Uz ntu- No- B: 3 "" nre- No
msmuuon ror tno six monuis onuing.g. j lz prs No 7. t . pra No g
12 Gross Cord Shoe Laces.
4000 Gal. Syrup: submit samples.
200 Gal. N. O. Molasses; submit
Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods and , samplos.
ouu uu.i. vinegar, uiuor, pure, w gr.
G000 Lbs Beans. Whlto.
Shooting, 30) 6000 Lbs. Costa-Rica Coffee.' '
200 Lbn Java Coffoo.
200 Lbs Mocha Coffee.
1C00 Lbs. Chicory, coarse.
C000 Lbs. Rolled OatB, In bbls, no
2000 Lbs. Stool Cut Oats, In bbls.,
C000 Lbs. Cracked Wheat, In bbls.,
no drums. '
Groam Wheat, In bbls.,
2C00 Yds. Poquot
3000 Yds. Pequot' Shooting, 45
1000 Yds. Lonsdale Muslin, 36.
G00 Yds, Shirting, Amskg, submit
800 Yd Mattroaa Ticking, 32 In.
800 Yds. Crash oiieekcd towollng,
2000 Yds. Crash bloached towollng,
Hominy Grits, In bbls.,
1000 Yds. Blue Calico twills, 32 In. bbls., no drums,
Corn Moal, yollow, In
1000 Yds. Black and white calico
twills. 28 In.
400 Yds. Turkey rod calico, 32 In.
100 Yds. Drab Solosla.
1850 Yds. Canton Flannel XXX
240 YilH Tnblo Oil Cloth, whlto 45
in., best quality.
200 Yds. Table Llnon, 66 in. Submit
CO Yds. Mosquito NoL
300 Yds. Outing Flannol, teazle
12 Dozon pairs Donlm Ovornll, 9
o rivt.. 1 doz. 34x30; 2 dz. 36x32;
3 dz. 38x34; 4 dz. 40x34; 2 dz. 42x34.
1000 Yds. Bluo Donlm, 9 oz. AniBkg.
20 Doz. Pru. Ladlos Black Cat Hose.
150 Do. Prs. Mon's Cotton Socks,
10 Doz. Ladles' Stockings, cotton,
10 Dos. Turkey rod Hnndkorchtofs.
10 Doz. Suspenders, 40 In. long.
1 Doz. Corset Steels, covored.
10 Dee. Thimbles, sterling silver
4 Gr. Gross Shirt Buttons. F. II. 40.
2 Grose tost Buttons, hard rubbor.
2 Gr. Gross Pante Buttons, blaok
12 Gross Smokod Pearl Buttons. 24-
13 dross ,WMta Poarl Buttons, 24
20G&. 12 Doz. Papers Pins, 3& Eagla
3 Doz. Poxes Hair Pins, Superior,
Klrby, Board & Co, ,
4 0 row Safoty Pins, No. 3, Stowart
2 Gross Hooka and Eyas, No. 6 m,
2 Lbs Knitting Cotton, No. 12.
124 Doz, Thread, J. P. Coat's or
Clark's O. N. TV White: M ds. No, 50;
60 ds. No. 36; 10 dz. No. 16, Blaok; 20
dz. No. 36; 20 dz. No, 24.
1 Doz. Hair Brashes, 392.
2 Do. Shaving Brushes, No. 3.
12 Doc. Dreening Combs, metal
2 Doz. Fine Combs, No, 353.
1 Doz. Pr. Buck Gloves, Saranae,
3 Doz. Turkey Feather Dusters, No.
70 Papers Needles, Mllward & Sons.
10 pa .a 5; 20 ptw-No. 0; 2J& no. No,
7; 20 pa. No. 8.
2 Do. D. Silk Thread, Blaok, Carl
S3& CurrlB &. Co.
e Doz. 10.4 Whlto Quilt
1C Lbs. Citron.
400 Lbs, Blaok Popper, ground, 5
,lt) tine; submit samples.
20 Lbs. Glngor, 5tb tins; submit
20 Lbs. Clnnnmon, Clb tins, submit
20 Lbs. Allspice, 5IT tins, submit
10 Lbs. Nutmogs, wholo.
5 Lbs. Caraway Seed.
2800 Lbs. Chewing Tobacco, 16 oz.,
1000 Lba Smoking Tobacco, 1-3
3200 Lbs, Savon Soap, Standard, Ore
1600 Lbs. Whlto Cap Soap, 8 oz.
50 lb. boxes.
1000 Lbs. Kltchon Soap; submit
108 Lbs. Pearllne, lib., James Pyles
10,000 Lbs. Japan Rice No. 1; sub
440 Lb. Klngford's Gloss Starch, I
400 Lba China Starch.
480 Lbs. A. H. Soda, 1 lb.
24 Lbs. Baker's Chocolate. 1 lb.
10 Lbs. Blueing, Nuremberg Balls,
lbv Maccaronl, Whlto. 8 lb, boxes.
40 Lbs. Vormlcllll. whlto. 8 lb. boxos
200 Lbs. Zante Currants. 35 lb. boxos
16000 Lb. F. L, Salt. 100 lb. boga
250 Lbs, Sultana Raisins. 25 lb.
50 Gross Vulcan Safoty Matches.
40 Doz. Concentrated Lye, Giant,
1 lb. cans.
40 Do. Oysters, canned, submit.
40 Doz. Corn, ennnod, submit sam
plw. 30 Lbs. Puro Beoswox, whlto, 2 lb.
500 Lbs. Buckwheat Flour No 1.
100 Lltt. Pearl Barloy, 36 Ib. boxes.
1000 Lbs. Sal Soda,
500 Lbs. Rye Flour.
100 Lbs. Sago.
2000 Lbs. Tea. Japan, not exceeding
30c per lb; Bubralt samples.
35.wvd nbs. Dry Granulated Sugar,
Am Ref. enna
40 Dot Brooms, No, 1, beet
1 Uojs Floor Brushes, wlro drawn,
No. 24. 14 In.
6 Doc Scrub Brushes. No. 13.
4 Reams Straw Paper.
2 Dos. Mop Sticks, hardwood.
3 Lbs. Cotton Twine.
200 Pipes and StQms, Shaker.
50 Lbs, Axle Grease, 25 Ib. buckets,
1000 Lbs, Chloride Limq, Aome, 1
600 Lbs. Oregon Full Cream Cheese,
I Books By William J. Longj
more or less delivorod as required.
200 Lbs. Parafflno, 1 lb. cakos, wrap
ped, Standard Oil Co.
12,000 Lbs. Dried Prunes In bag,
4000 Lbs. Dried Apples In bags, sub
3000 Lbs. Dried Peachos In bags,
12 Don Bath Brick.
' 500 Gals. Cpal Oil, moro or loss
delivered as required.
500 Lbs, Soda Crackers, XXX, more
or less delivered as required.
800 Lbs. Cod Fish per month, moro
or less dollvored as required, from
700 Lbs. Boof por day, moro or loss
delivered as required, equal parts,
fore and hind quarters.
200 Lbs. Mutton, por day, moro or
less delivered as required, equal parts
fore and hind quarters.
3000 Lb3. Hams, more or loss de
livered ns required.
1500 Lbs. Broakfast Bacon, more or
loss dollvored as required.
1500 Lbs, Heavy Breakfast Bacon,
moro or loss dollvored as requlrod.
120u Lbs. Frosh Fish per month,
moro or loss dollvored as required.
Mill Feed, Flour.
20 Tons Bran No. 1, moro or lose
dollvered as required.
10 Tons Middlings, more or loss
delivered as required, submit samples
3 Tons Oil Meal, old procoes, moro
or loss delivorod as requlrod.
1100 Bbls. Flour, No. 1, moro or leus
delivorod as required.
40 Bbls. Grali am Flour, No. 1, moro
nt- Ifioa ilallvarnil na i-rtmilivwl
Samples can be Been nt tho Asylum,
and goods must bo In accordance
thorowlth. Whero samplos nro re
quired and not furnished by 'bidders,
the articles must be equal to samples
to bo soon at Asylum, and bids will
be assumed to have been mado on
bas's of amnli.
Lists FURNITURE, STATIONERY.
DRUGS PLUMBING. HARDWARE.
TIN and GRANITEWARE. TINNING.
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE will
be furnished by the Cleric upon appli
cation. All goods must bs In strict accor
dance with sample in original pack
ages wlrn possible nnd delivorod at
the State Insane Asylum within 20
days aftor the contract is awardeJ,
and bids must bo on blank forms,
which will be furnished, together with
Instructions to biddors, by the clerk,
upon application. Each bid on flour
or moat must bo accompanied by a
cortlflod check of $30,0.00. and each
bid on fish by a certified check of
$7500, and all other bids by certified
checks equal to 10 per cent of the
nniount bid. checks of unsuccessful
bidder to bo returned Immediately,
and Uioee of accepted bidders when
the contract Is completed. Bids must
be enclosed In sealed envelopes, and
directed to tho Board, caro of the clerk
nnd plainly marked, "Bids for Awylum
Supplies." and the class of goods bid
on should also be Inscribed on the
envelope. Price, ntnois and quality
bolng equal, proferenco will be given
to articles manufactured, grown or
produced in this Btato. When a par
tlcular article Is specially called for,
bids by othor kind, or manufacture,
or ouier brand, equally good will be
entertained, but to insure recognition
of such bills samples of tho articles
it is proposed to supply must accom
pany them. The board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids, or to
accept or reject any part of a bid.
Bids will be opened at the Capitol at
Salem at 10 o'clook a. m. Wednes
day. January 6, I'M
Ways of Wood Folk
Secrets of the Woods
Wood Folk at School
Beasts of the Field
Fowls of the Ait
School of the Woods,
Following the Dee,
A Little Bfothe to the
Beat, t. $ J. 50
ii GINN & COMPANY, pHss
1! Trade Department, 29 Beacon Street, BOSTON, j
Ttieo. M. Barr
Successor to Barr Potzel.
OCa3C32Sr32ajEg3E - -
Hot Air, Hot Water and
Steam Heating a Specialty.
J. A. AUPPERLE, President E. W. HAZARD, Caehlsr.
A. F. HOFER, Vice President
Oregon State Bank
Tiumiaets a general hanking business; makes loans. ' clc
counte bills aud receive lepostts.
Deals In fora'gn and domestic exchange.
Collections mad on favorable torma,
Notcries Public "We tender our services In all ruatten, of
conveyancing. Hon) estate 'oans negotiated at low rates of
Interest YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
Burroughs & Fraser
Best Material, Best Workmen
' and Promptness are our Motto
STATE QTREKT. SALEM, OREGON.
Br order of the Board of Trnstfms
of "the drogon Stats Insane Asylum.
W. N. QATBNS. Qlerk.
r'-.if M,u,f SAVINGS BAMK
Capital National Department offers eipecisl in-
TFS i&. TKS"WWr " dncmnti to thoe who wish to
JQpak Twu save nenev. EnpoiUlly who
Only National Bank in Marion c " only in small amounts,
oonntv. Trsniscts a teneral ' tBe who ave money on
banking basinets. hd which Is not esrnist in-
r?" Mt. Deposits of one dollar or
. i.v OFFICERS more received at any time. Pais
J. H. Albert -President book leaned to each depositor.
E- W CroiMn Ylce-Pres. Interest credited oa Januarr 1
Jos H.Albert Cashier and July 1.
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