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inf -fflfT 7 fr r7 jifjT'Kq:wnT ..drfV s,-0. THE DAILY J0URNAUt8AEM, OREqON, SATURDAyf, AUGUST 8, 1903. .-" iMErHs u t & Lawrence Sell more Orocerles and tetter Groceries than ANYBODY There's where you get GOOD, treatment and GOm expds Stop in rind boo foryoureolf., i? ' " 'oldV. o. ortoERY Ujiplejiasnow., a nnnjo abroad, 'and' meappie crop or tho East is nenrlyTa Jallurc. "Hood Diver has enjoyed lift Interrupted prosporlty for the past'lo years," ho said, "and there Is every Indication or Its continuance. Fully GO per cent more strawberries were THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE The University comprises the following colleges and schools The Graduate School, The College of Literature, Science nd Arts, me college of Science and Engineering, Civil, lectncai, mining and Chemical Engineering. The Univers ity Academy, The School of Music, Th? School of Law, he School of medicine. TUITION FREE. Incidental Fee Sin Of). Stiir1nr nr.-fw Tn c nn. Hie twenty clehth session ocens Wednesday. Sentomfipr a ioni cn. catalogue address Registrar. University of Oregon, Eugot.e. plnntedthlsjypar than- last an(lthci retisejjhB t m i m i i i eH-4atH-M- A miTOV Ar. 9 BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO. ii GRAIN BUYERS AND SHIPPERS OF flft ATT !! Oats For Sale. HOP PROWERS SUPPLIES. Crude and stick Sulphur. J. G. GraliaiD, Agent, 207 Commercial St., Salem, Ore WWHHUHMII HM-Ca4 IjgrnexportaUons wlllp?ncri time wears on.' We find Uiatho CJark 'Seedling Is Just the strawberry for Hood River ns It Is of excellent flavor, uniform size, shape and color, nnd boars shipping bettor than any other species. Hood Diver strawberrlea do not find tholf way Into Portland to any extent, ns they nro too hlelW priced. Most pf our berries go EoBt, 7 -: Only a Mask. Many nro not being benefited by tho summer vncatlon ns they should be Now, notwithstanding much outdoor life, they arc llttlo If any stronger thnn they were. Tho tan on their faces Is darker and makes them look hcnlthler, but It Is only a mask. They aro still nervous, easily tired, upset by trifles, and they do not rnt or sleep well What they need Is what tones tho nerves, perfects digestion, creates ap petite, and mnkes sleep refreshing, and that Is Hoods Sarsaparllla. Pupils and teachers generally will And tho chief purposo of tho vacation best subserved by this great medicine, which, as wo Know, '.'builds up tho whole system'." Burroughs & Fraser TINNING IRON WORK PLUMDING Uv-rV Best Material. Best Workmen and Promptness are our-Motto? SALEM, OREGON. 8TATE 8TREET. BORN IN THE , WOODS cini SALEM IU ff MM flu; 26 ffV MGLING ROS. TEST D.S.BENTLET Wholesale and Retail. Roche Harbor Lime Alsen Cement,f Lath and Shingles, Sand and Gravel Mnd all Kinds of Bulldlntr Material. All Kinds of Heavy Hauling and Transfer York done on short notice. 18M83 Commercial Street. 'RUNE CROP . M , -. GOOD resident E. L Smith Estimates Yield At 30.000 Pounds 4fl Oregon Product That Goes to All Parts of the Civilized World Oregon prune growers will do well ! year as tho crop Is largo and rices bid fair to bo good, according to President Smith, ofjtho.state board of horticulture. ''v" J'.UnKfor fully, 3Q,pQii,QQfl.pounds of dried prunos as Oregous output this fnll," ho said today, "and tho short nge In tho Eastern states and Europo will cbubo good prlcos to prevail. The Orogon pruno roaches out farthor In to tho world's markets ovory yoari nnd this season thoy will bo sont to Eastern Cnnnda. where a good de mand provalla." He thinks that pruno raising will provo a profitable Industry one year with another, where tho growor has a largo orchard nnd has good facilities for handling tho fruit By a largo on chard ho means 40 acres and upward. Ho does not consider a 10-ncre pruno orchard largo enough to Justify tho growor In making pruno growing a business. ' Mr. Smith, however, Is not ongnged In pruno growing himself, but devotes his tlmo to npplo raising In the Hood River district. He predicts a contln tlnued prosperity for Hood Tllver or. chardlsts this year, as tho Hood Tllver A Pretty Wisconsin ' Girl, Is; NtfW Em press of Corea HbL. ONLYPhNCCCROS IN CAPTIVITY The biggeot grow on earth TO WHICH m NOW AOOKO WITHOUT AhVAD- DinoN in nnica. thu iidumu rnucTaei.u JERUSALEM Worlds gre (s& $c?mik 1W m W tt S it . fff W7kHA-!fl H Itf FA I II V i cnuY&HMrnHN JJ m til ml. TATAuT5U-r5I JPC til 1 il 11 i jc V Hn lili-' WiHGJu tasja III Ikav U 11 l kA uf ntTUBV Dee A""5Jaop" JulCAPT N-uu.TAMtao.MM tArrti!MAr "wsy 15 L oNiv PAIR OF, rULL. GROWN GIRAFfES IN IVITY AND THE ORUSADES ttoo CHiiotn in THi oT. tao OANCina main. es-top ! onaAN. icsq ooitunis. COPYRIGHT HOJ BYTltt COURIER CO IVttM.Kt. . .. . Jb.j , ""( jjli 1 85 JzE OARS 1 40 ELEPHANTS lr Ii I t &T3Ur Meno, war implc- irOi "IfkPB tT PW MeNTO.ACOEosomso lyoU rtvJr"L-t. n K&rW I and peopLB op the ' " --- - In Vtd l fEW1-Y AbOCD AND m m orcr- fiso HORSFS riJLL) uwJLvr and tni rno,7nn nnn HAnTA JERUSALEM AND THI CRUSADES 108 33t CAGES 40E CLOWNS $7,400 ACTUAL DAILY EXPENSE- v: iThe".1 Wolverine1? Fo:rmVrIy Known As Emily Brown, - Now Empress On, "The Dawn of Morning" Apploton, Wis., Aug. 8. Born in tho backwoods ns tho daughter of an Itin erant missionary and at forty tho Om press of an Orlontal klngddm and mothor of tho heir apparent to tho Ko rean throno, l8'rth"o slory or, Era(Iy Jlrown, born in Apploton, nnd now tho Kmprtss.Oni, nt.Korca. JTho story In Its barest details comes from Toklo, Japan, by cab)e to Apploton and, am plldod by tho recollections of old resi dents of Auploton, Is as follews: " Last January, Yl Hongs, Emperor of Korea, colobrated tho fortieth anniver sary of his coming to tho throne, and on tho snmo day n beautiful American woman named Emily Drown, daughter of a formor Apploton missionary and long tho light of tho omporor's harem. wns crowned Empress of Korea and .hens and' church people romembcr the "mMm (Wql ;;Wv J Bran 3 LONG MILES or NEW AND COSTLY A PARADE SUCtt AS THE WORLD HAS NEVER. SEEN BEFORE PARADE GLORIES FREE UPON THE STREETS EVERY MORNING ATIO'O'OLQCK TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. M.tf DOORS OPEN AT 1 AND 7, P. M. ONE 50-CEHT TICKET ADMITS TO EVERYTHING. CHILDREN UNDER iHALF PK1BE Special Popalar Railroad and Boat Excursions. Admission Tickets and numbered reserved scats sold on show day at Patton Bros. Book Store at the same prices as charged at the ticket wagon on the Show Grounds. - A. A. A .V , , gisaLjLriiTiFjiac j&xJEr3h. 2SO. hor son proclaimed heir to Uio throne. Emily Drown Is tho first Amoricnn woman to become a real empress, al though Emma Hensler, also an Amen lean, was the wlfo of tho King of Por. tugal. Up to tho. tlmo of hor corona tion tho new Empress of Korea bore Ilev. Hobnrt Drown, an Itinerant Pres byterian missionary, who many years ago made his home In Appleton for a fow months. With him was his wlfo, distinctly remombercd by those who know jhor as a strikingly handsome woman, nnd here wns born to them n morely the title of Lady Emily, on daughter wh6 was christened Emily. "Emsy" In Korean. She is now tho, The Rev. Mr. Drown wns not perma Empress Om, which, translated Into 'nently stationed here nnd had no l-eirn English, means "Tho Dawn of the liar chnree: moreover, the Presuyttfrl- Mnrnlni" I i 1 .l. .. ... . ..... nted with the CongregatlonnllstB. For this reason thoro Is no oltlclul records of his labors hero, and tho oxnet date of the few months' sojourn of lilmsoK and wife and baby lioro cannot bu ac curately llxod. However, It was In the late fifties or oarly sixties and Is por foctly romomborod by a number of Ap ploton's oarly settlers. Inim hml nt flint timo nn fiiilonnnrlcut A few among the older Apploton clt- church organlzatlonrttiere. bolng afllll l,iorBi Notice to the House Wife. Urn mo n & ilngnn can supply you with tho choicest of grocqrlcs. They special attention tp 'phone or pusarinwhora'uniftnaiiTi'e. - d Why lake medicine when wo can euro you without a drop of It Wo use skill and good horso sense Try us uud be convinced. Drs. Schoettlo. Ilnrr & Dnrr, Osteo pnths, Grand Opera House, fjnloui, Or. CASTOR I A Por Infants nnd Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of Cfrc&ffl&rfpAi I I I I i fJf f i-f t -.U-.tft i- i i r i i GldL linrnt "itmih 1 This 5i&n .(TUCfcd tUQcU Have You a & St 4tU WCfa- facea- Jb Q oas Ranoe? If Not Call At J 02 Cot ft Street Or Phone us and we will call and see you. tJicrurtp iruU&trfl fouUtdt. rUh; kL ,iJ i Ak, If. w v;, w ibffL lAVIKg t p cW (l Jti&rrfi&i v; t rnC I- wm l I' win u 'f w-" f .mrw t I .J il f ii'.L. '$ "VITDB J3k3BtiJ3l XJRX13Eja.XS;3EBaL OTO STJ3E3E3dSjrar.' Power Service, Business and Residence Lighting, Electric, fan Service At rcwrvrTnEm patrc i Call up Telephone 95 J and have out Solicitor come and see yot ., V 'it I i' V . 6IT1ZENS LIGHT AND. TRACTION b&trt; ;ft AffW m.ffM tfi&iH rlr I Iwl I 1 fl i f l. ' ?!