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THE DAILY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1903.
PAGE THRK& bff r Such Delicious Coffee II ll cot thi coB-il U th. Cteim. Vout cafle will ln Uito dcUcioul il jm tut ECONOMY BRAND EVAPORATED CREAM Tf..alH .1 1' ""owiery mitt put Bp 3Zi v i?i. 1" "n "? 0I -l'J Crttm bearing our cp UbtU KSTl i.i,ei!r"h' ' ?""? b th. but nnd Pumt. I?, tun jrou ... th cap lib.l txfor you buy, Tu iht cap of merit-th. Hen o( boatil good. mtmrn HELVETIA MILK C0NDENSIHO CO., Highland, nilnola "OrltfaatDrs aaa Urtnt Producers at Evsporated Cruua." SHIELD'S PARK Cor. Com'l and Center . GRAND OPENING MONDAY, JUNE X5 High-Class Vaudeville 8 X Star Featares X 8 'Performance Every Night. PRICES 5cancJ25c Notice to Contractors. Scaled proposals addressed to tbo Governor of tho Stato of Oregon will bo received at tho Executlvo Offlco until 2 p. ra., Juno 24, 1903, for raising tho second story of the present Dining Hall, tho building of a third story over samo nnd a two-story addition thereto, at tho Oregon State Penitentiary, locat ed about two miles cast of Salem, In strict accordance with tho plans and specifications and Instructions to bid ders prepared therefor, which may bo seen at tho offlco of W. D. Pugb, arch itect, Salem, Oregon, nnd nt tho Ex ecutlvo Offlco at tho Stato Capitol Building. Tho bids must bo mado on blank forms, of proposalo, which may bo ob tained from tho Architect or Gover nor's office. A certified chccK must ac company each bid In tho sum of flvo icr cent of bid, payablo to O. w. amce. Superintendent Oregon Stato Penitentiary, as a guarantee that tho uiBUCccBBful bidder will enter Into n contract nnd furnish n good and ouffl talent bond, to bo approved by tho gov (femor, equal to tho amount of tho con- itrnct nrlco within flvo days aiior wio I ! . AAtltMAt liawnruiiiH v "" Tho right Is reserved to roject any and all bids. GEORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN, 6-121317-20-22-24 Governor. nCC NOTICE IB BKKVED. Dee notice l berfby rved on the public cnerally ttat DeWltfs Witch llrt'l Kvil. the only "Ire on th. m.rk.t tbiit witch hiiel. DeWlttV WUch IIwl 8fh kaa .cured thoo..ndi of .rases, o pile. tbst Irhl.'rh'i.'rBhrolV'n.rM counterfeits. Tnotw ptrsonn who et the nulnV Witt;. Witch Iel Ww I ... Itrftf' l":M.iAVn VMOM It CUM QibiKTuAw BUtt itrttt. Your Stepmother. ' Is bUII horo, and as busy as ever. When your clothes ,afq vgrn and dirty, or tho buttojuv. , 08, take them to he.r,atthe 8alem, Dynlnk and Cleaning Works. Repairing and rellnlng; new velvet collars pSit on overcoats; also four suit a month for $1. Called for and returned, MH8. C. H. WALKER, Prop. 195 Commercial 8treet TOXIXA. IfcUtedYMHinww In Oregon WE WANT EXTRA LARGC FRUIT DISHES For our largQ and plenUfuLStrawbor. ilea, or any 'Ulna of Fruit. We have aimed to get tie largo slto dishes, and succeodei-thor we novr n .nniay. At jDOclal prlcw .to . i'Seml ftrcolaln, large fo5'c Pr cl China, jargo sue 4 w rr-r nthor tlass auc dlsheV at 15c a set and up. m f Large glasa fruit bowle. 8inch alio at 15c, 18c, 20c ana :w ;. u -' YMttHAMA TEA STORE ' Hesters of Good Coffee FkQfte 2411 Black lIiUUI by ethm. but li creamy nd uniform In ton- PMts About People. Jay Tnylcr, who ran the first parlor car put lno Borvlco by the Wagner Palaco Car company In tho summer of 1SC5 and has been a sleeping car conductor ovor since, died on Wednes day at Amsterdam, N. Y. Miss Ooneva Dolan, of Milwaukee, who was declared by Prince Honry, of Prus8ln, to be the hnndsomost girl he had seen In America, was married on Wednesday to Anthony J. Itomad ka, a young brcwory man of tho Cream Olty. II. II. Cabanlss and Thomas W. Ixy less havo purchased the Augusta, Gn., Chronicle for J40.000. The Chronicle Is one of the oldest newspapers In tho South, having been published contln ttously since 1785. Tho widow of Sir Hector Macdonald and her son have received tho max! mum allowance from tho government posslblo In the case of tho widow and child of an offlcor. In addition an ap peal has been Issued for funds to on ablo the boy to contlnuo his education nt Dulwlch college and glvo him a start In life. Tho vlcnr of riartonon-Humber has adopted a device to shamo certain members of his congregation who placed old and bnttered coins In the collection bhga. These coins ho hung up In tho church, with tho request that tho donors should rcplaco them with good money. This has now been dono In one case, but four others await Ilka repentance on tho part of tbo givers. Israel Znncwlll says: "Thore aro threo. reasons why men of genius havo long hair. Ono Is they forgot It Is growing. The second Is they like It. Tho third Is that It comes cheaper. They wear It longXor the Bamo reason that thoy wear their hots long. Owing to this peculiarity of gonlus you may got qulto ft refutation for lack of 25 cents." ' If you think that Osteopathy Is ronssage. It Is bocauso you don't know what Osteopathy Is. Call on us and( havo It oxplalned. Consultation free. Schoottlo, Darr & Barr, Osteopaths, Opera House Block, Salem. Try This. Try tho White Houso Restaurant for a short order meal. Open day and night 106 Stato street. o 0n June ,it tho Southern Vt on .Turin it tho Southern Pacific Co. will resume tho sale of excursion tick ets to Newport and Yaqulna Bay. This resort Is becoming more popular every year, and hotel accommodations aro bottor than over before, and at rea sonable ratea. Beason tickets from Salem to Newport 15.00; to Yaqulna, $fc6Q. lBaturday-)o-Monday tlokets to Newport. 13.00; Jo Yaqulna. 3.00. W. E. COMAN, C-27-eod Qon. Pas. Agent Secured Better Rates. A special rate baa been granted be tween Salem. Albany, Eugene ana Roseburg, of ono and one-tnira iare, to all persona desiring to witness the baseball games of tho Valley League. Tickets will be sold on Saturday nd Sunday of each wgek; except, that tickets may bo sold on Friday from Ba- and Albany to noseburg and rrom Roseburg to Bjilejaand Albany. Tick-, Ing date of ak, jfxeopt frpm Ttoso burg on Mondayfollowlnp ito of sale. W. Hf COMAN, Qenoral Paasonjor Agent The Three Causes. (Life.) "Congratulate me. old chap; I'm the happiest man on earth today." Engaged, married or divorced?" INDIGESTION Is the caqse of more discomfort than any other ailment If ypu things that you you want. Md tMt are good for you. you are tressed a.i... rw.neml. Tablets will mixe ,, Miitia& Derfdet and proves! "' .-; ...t" j..-j.- ji..n Dyspepsia ana- m h"m, ",t " .MTsTmDWms. Ytm ca s4felr fU anything, t.87,K1S i VSi r.i-ir atitbi T afterward. ,8oTy """" ." ". . il Is bmm tva AVIsk al' drugnsnsdVTbsItrTel5jMrM- te. are not satisfied. Bend &"0' simple. .. HOOKER 4 CO, J$ eta. Money munuou RAINS CAME IN TIME The Whole State is Visited by Them . Crops in Consequence aie Looking Well and a Good Yield of Grain is Assured U. S. Department of Agriculture; Cli mate and Crop Bulletin of the Weather Bureau, Oregon Section, for the week ending June 1 G t h". General Summary. The post weok has been cooler, with beneficial rains In nearly all sections. In Morrow and Malheur counties local storms did great damage over small areas by washing the soil, drowning vogetatlon, and Inundating Irrigation ditches. Moro rain Is still needed In Squthorn Orogon, but elsowhoro a marked Improvement In tho condition of all crops Is noted. Fall grain Is bonding, and In most placos the heads promise- to bo of good stse, although tho stock Is short. In Southern Orogon spring grain Is head ing with small stalks. Sprlug grain In the Willamette valley Is making good growth, and tho plant is thrifty nnd promising. In Eastern Oregon spring grain has Improved considerably dun Ing the week, and a fair crop Is now oxpectod. Tho cutting of alfnlfa and early clov or has begun and tho yields nro gen erally reported bolow tho average. Hops, corn, potatoes, sugar beets and onions nro growing nicely. Gardens also show Improvement, and early vegetables aro plentiful. Tho hot weather of tho previous week did somo damago to apples, but tho outlook Is still favorablo for fairly good yields. Cherries ara ripening, nnd the strawberry season is at its height Prunes aro uneven; somo or chards promlso largo yields, whllo oth ers will give very light returns, but tho crop, as a whole, will probably bo an averago one. Coast District. Nehalem, Tillamook county Post weok clear, with two excessively warm days, which ourled tho leaves on fruit trees; garden stuff not doing well; hay crop promising. Waldport, Lincoln county First of woek warm; latter part showery; crops doing well Acme. Lane county Warm nnd dry oarly part of week; latter part warm, showery; early vegetables aro In tho market; all crops are making excel lent growth. Gardiner. Douglas county Exces slvo heat during first of weok did but little damage to crops, which aro now progressing nicely. Coqulllo City, Coos count)' Crops doing woll; strawborrlos ripening; fruit nnd borry prospects good; grass plentiful. Bckley. Curry county Weok very favorable; all crops made rapid growth, and they promlso averago yloldsi fruit of all -kinds-heavy, es pecially apples. Astoria, Clatsop county Aftor tho excessive, heat tho weathor turned, mis ty and cool; all vegetation Is doing well; hay very promlilng; fruit light; paiiturage excellent; potatoes up and gardens doing nicely; young rutabaga plants damaged some by garden fleas. Willamette Valley. Troutdale. Multnomah county Ben eficial showers latter part of week; everything growing finely and looks thrifty. Dixie, Waihjflgton county Weathej cloudy, with a few Ught showers; an crops dolnjj wen; some varieties 01 Ta,te apples seem do fall more - than common. i Stafford, Clackamas countyWeek favorable, wheat promises a fair crop; oats In fine condition; fruit not as good as expected; pasture good, and stock gaining In fiesb". North Yamhill, Yamhill county Week cool and mostly cloudy and threatening; all kinds of crops made slow grqwth; bops doing well; fruit all right; clover nearly ready to cut; crop tbort Rlckreall. Polk county Cool, cloudy and threatening; without rain soon wheat and oats will be, light: hops not needing rain; hay orop will be short her. Gerralx. Marlon county Cooler, with rain Tlmniday; hops are belpif cuUljatH the'laatlme; s"oa being filled j cWer'lieWnt RMr; Ui Soalftle,6n?cl5W5k t mbia: fall sown grain heading; spring grain and cardens crowing very fl9AM J"- f . Cresswoll, Lane county Grain and hay will bo very light; fruit nnd ben rles fair; hops looking well; corn small and noeda rnln; vegetables fair. Southern Oregon. Olendnle, Douglas county An elec tric storm of unusual severity oc curred Thursday, with heavy rain, which thoroughly wet Uio ground, and wa very bonoflclnl to crops of all kinds; fall sown wheat shows no sign of grains developing, nnd spring sown wheat begins to look yollow, nnd Is short In stnly; gardens aro not up to tho average. Althonse, Josephine county Week warm, with some cloudy days; rnln needed badly; haying will begin next week: outlook now Is for a light crop; gardens growing nicely; green worm have mado their appcaranco on cab bage; outsldo rangij drying up; stock looking woll. Wellen, Jackson county Warm weather, turning cloudy nnd at times shower)' towards end "of weok; the condition of growing grain somewhat Improved, nnd tho llttlo corn thnt came up will now be able to mako Itn growth; first cuts of alfalfa giving light yields; fruit trees aro thriving. Columbia River Valley. Tygh Valley. Wnsco county Copi ous rains on tho 11th and 12th Insure A Reed crop of fall sown grain; fruit prospects good; nlfnlfn being cut; gar dens doing well. Condon. Ollllnm county Thunder showers on 11th and ISth greatly ben efitted grain and grass; sheep all on sumraor range. Douglas. Morrow county Foro part of week warm; lattor part coolor, with occasional showers; tho rain will help spring grain. Gross Valley, Shormnn county- Heavy rains on 11th nnd 12th; wheat doing woll; n Reed ylqltl Is now as sured; heavy wind on 11th did somo damage to fruit trees and buildings. Vinton, Umatilla county-Lllcncflclal rnln Thursday; crops will bo' llRht In this vicinity; slock Is doing well, con sidering tho previous dry weather. Pendleton, Umatilla county Early part of Uio weok drying winds from tho northeast caused considerable ap prehension of further damago, but tho damage has not been verified; Thurs day and Friday copious showers over most of the. wheat area has dono much to relievo tho situatien: tho weather remains warm, cloudy and threatens rain; Idcnl weather for ma turing tho crop. NEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS. Preparation Discovered That Destroy the Dandruff derm Will For somo time It has lioou known that dandruff is cnUBts! by a germ tllnt digs up tho scalp Into llttlo while flakes, and by sapping the vitality of the hair at the root, caiuog railing hnlr, and, of course, finally baldnosa. Fur years there havo been all klmulf hair HtlmulantB and scalp tonics On the market, but there has been no permanent cure for dandruff until tho dlscovory of a preparation called Newbro's Horplcldo, which destroys tho dandruff gorm and you'll havo no dandruff, no Itching scalp, no falling hair, , For sale by Daniel J. Fry. Bend 10 cents In stamps for sample to Tho Horploido Co., Detroit. Mich. Union Store. Finn rrnu-iif.rrfftti nnd frftth YM'iv ... -.... -... .. ... tables at Branson .Ragan's tbo union store. Cake Making Axiom.. To get a fine grained cake, beat thoroughly; offer the flour Is arlcd. flwei-tmllk makes cake, that cuts like pdund cake. Sour milk makes spongy, light take. Always sift flour boforo measuring, thon It may be lifted again with the baking powder to ensure . their being thoroughly blended,, i , '. In making fruit cako add the fruit before putting In tbo flour, us this will prevent it falling to tho bottom of the cake. Flouring tho fruit Is un necessary, unlets tho fruit Is damp, If a "cako cracks open while ba'k lug, the receipt contains too much flour. In creaming butter and sugar, when tho butter Is too hard to blend easily, warm the bowl, and it necessary, warm the sugar, but never warm tho butter, as this will change "both tex ture and flavor pt tbo cake. The smaller the coke the hotter should be tbo oven. Large', rich cake require very slow baking. Grease cake pans with lard or drip pings, as butter will be likely to make the cake stick, owing to the salt In It The First Pill tle l)!p;gcst seller In the world! Why ? Becauso the best to cure BMouBness, Indigestion, Sick Headache and all troubles from Disordered Stomach Is Beecham's Pills . . ir"w "a- j t Mm. M Etxfctrt. faUMMc.a4f 3d Week of the Carnival of White This White Sale of ours has been a decid ed success. From the way the people have thronged our store you would never think there was another white sale in in town. It's our straight forward way of conducting a sale that brings the crowds. We always offer you a lower' price than you are ask.d to payelsewhere Believe Us We are offering now Bed Spreads large size and the greatest St 25 spread in the cuntry for 95c each We don't want to have you think they are worth $1.50, but are satisfied to have you know that they are wonderful values at St 25 JOURNAL XRAY8. Tho X-Ray man baa all tho rain ho wants, and It will pleaso quit. Why elect a board of health boforo tho now territory Is taken Into tho city, when that board was created on tho strength of that new territory? 0 The X-Ray man has been asked to say why certain parties aro allowed to construct corrugated Iron buildings in the fire limits, while others aro not Ho can't say. It the popular loan Is right, and If tho city Is paying too much Intorest, why dufor ncUon on tho $30,000 bonds that are coming duo to glvo some I banking syndicate, locnl or otherwise, time to "gobble thorn up? Make a Walking Skirt. . Tho plaited walking skirt is n a gonoral thing uqllnrd, but a thin lln- Ing foundation reaching down to the , hips is advisable, and will hulp to hold tho skirt snugly In place whore It Is supposed to cling. Anotluir llttlo wrinkle worth re mcmbnlng Is excellent M a preven tive of bagging nt the knoos-a vice for which tho plain front breadth un lined skirt shows a shocking propensi ty. Certain knowing tailors tako a piece of firm silk, cut It to fit tho front breadth In width and about ten or twelve Inches In depth and lay It flat ncross tho front breadth at the knee line, sowing It In with seams on eith er side and bllnd-stltchlng It (lightly to tho cloth. The silk will not stretch, and will hold tho softer cloth In place .... . ,, . ,. lfc ,.. , ,.,- msicnu 01 bi.owi.ik .v iu . . ,., Ikncos, as It will In tho average un- lined sKirt, F. W. Osburn, a former Salemlto, has bono elected a school director in Hugonu! Proposals for Wood. U. fl. Training School, Chemawa. Or, Juno 10, 1&03. Soabtd proposals, endorsed "Propo sals for Wood," and addrd fo.tbe undersigned at Chemawa, Onefon, will be received at this school until 3 o'clock 1. m, of Tuesday. July 7. 1903, for furorshlng "ami delivering at this school, as required, during the fiscal year ondlng June 30, 1004, 3000 cord of wood, as per specifications and In structions to bidders, obtainable at the school. Didders must stato specifically In their bids tho proposed price por cord of the wood to b offered for delivery under contract The wood so offered will be subject to rigid Inspection, The right is reserved to reject any and all bids, or any part of any bid, II deemed for tho beat Interest of the service. Each bid must be accom panied by a certified chock or draft upon some United States depository or solvent national bank, made pay able to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at eat flvo por cent ot the amount of tho proposal, wnicn check or draft will be forfeited to tbo United States la case any bidder or blddors receiving1 an award lU H to execute promptly a contract yjth good and sufficient sureties, In accord ance with bis bfd. otherwise to be re tamed to the bidder. Kids aeconi nan!.! bv each. In lieu of certified "For fsrtber InformaUwl vprja . i-lWw -. WHI"rt real SI ,25 White , DIcU Invited. For supplies for tho Oregon Btato Penitentiary, during tho period end ing December 31, 1003. 8calcd bids for Dry Goods, Grocer ies, Bhoes, Leather and Findings, Plumbing Supplies, Hardware, Flour, Oatn and Mill Food, Ftuli, Moats, etc., will bo recolved at tho office of tbo Superintendent of tho Btato Fonlton tlary until Thursday, July Oth, 1903, nt 3 o'clock n, m. nt which tlmo thy wlll bo opened. A deposit of J 200.00 In cash pr con tided chock payoblo to tho superin tendent must accompany each bid tor moat, and of $75 for bids for flour and fish, all other bids must bo ncromnan- Icd by an amount canal to 10 pur cent of tho amount of tho bid. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids nnd tn accept or reject any portion of a bid. On each envelope should ba In scribed tho nature of Uiebld. floods or Oregon manufacture or production will recclvo preference, other things being equal, All goods and supplies must be dc llvernd to tho Penitentiary within 30 days after tho contract Is awarded, unless othorwlio provided la con liara flohedules of tho various linos of goods will o furnished upon applica tion to tho Rupotlntcnilont Vouchors will bo Issued for pay ment on tho first of tho month follow. Ing completion of contract, and monthly on continuous contracts. Ramplcs must accompany bids for Dry Goods, Groceries, Flour and all other articles where practicable, a W. JAMB8. Superintendent Oregon Stato Pent- tontlary. Salem, Oregon, June 9, 1003. Will Sell Union Bsrrlts. Tbo following grocers have agreed to supply the produota of tho Salem Fruit Growers' Union to their pat rons, and tho public la Invited to fa vor (hem with ordersi Gilbert & Baker. Branson A Regan. Isaao Stelntr. Fuller A Douglas. 6-3-tf I T. HBYNOLDS, Sec, ak.mwort.xjk.. 1S " ri!" R famous hww for Generations past; Famcus now all ever the World. . for Sals by A. 8CHREIBKR, BaUm, 13 ,tat W. farmer's nqji iHADtXTD jjAItrLn 3 J5I Ttnffalo. N. T