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A ,. VrHN ,,".A",,WS,,, t- F, B M w. J Is ir ; W, i,. ... - KH.HT ''"' -f A Goods That Ate Reduced Fo Ladies New Collars and Stocks ', Ladies' Sweaters White Waists Colored Waists Faricy Hose Linen Skirts Muslin Underwear Summer Corsets Parasols Ribbons, Special 19c Fo Men Shirt 75c worth 1 Sweaters reduced Tan and Black Sox 8 1-3C Bathing Suits and Trunks Khaki Dusters Underwear Pajamas 0oys' Wash Suits y Vie Very Latest ia Summer Corsets 43 cents Worth from GOo to 75o' A-r - n cs wxrn 44bal . IXtMryrHK felmr'c Marks. Spring! cblkens7213c. Ileus 10c. Kkk V.er doxen, 18c WHEAT MARKET. .Chicago, 78 o. Auk. 7. Wheat, 79i GOLD DUST FLOUR M4 fey m MVfiKY POWKR COMPANY My, Orf " thM for tastily use. uk yosr i rer (or It Bran an stert always on kwid. A. T. WALN Affent Prines Wanted The capacity of the evapora tor at the Salem Canning Co's plant Is being doubled, and anyone having prunes to sell ran obtain prices by calling At cannery, Salem Canning Co CattilmkxtK Tk tlrae-savlng method. We rusYo tfcm to suit your Ideas. Cards ruled to njr slie and form. Cabinets made. to fit. JUiik in up and let ui cxpUln, rrlce surprisingly cheap. QEO. F. ROUQBR8 & CO 1W Court St. Salem, Or. MO-lm A Littft EjLfv - . . . T j i j. i..- j Jo Vwskc larger arocra ior inew goods than ever bcfoic Larc ) mtM lower prices, and you shall have the benefit' Wc are ifffjfS? aVlevcr UfofC' nd "iwlarlv in ladies gold m $?li ttlkd, Tliete arc pttcn 0( the mt exquisite and eUk wofkmandtip. We tmially seU a g00d may wa(ch Itsc fesrHN Uwrtky glYiocysM first choice. Come in any wav Wjr r m luy. If waot te show you ClUS. H. HINGES, Jeweler aid Optician, II State SttMt. HxtwtaLiWantVsuk. H gU Mrs. Emmons, saved from nn operation for Ovaritis, tells dow sue was curca oy L.yuiu c Piakham's Vegetable Compound. "I am so pleased with the results I obtained rom byilln E. Plnkliunt'fl Vegetable Conpotind that 1 feel It a duty and a privilege to write yon about. It. " I suffered tor orer Are years with ovarian troubles causing an un pleasant discharge, a great weakness, and at times a falntneM would coma over mo which no amount of medicine, diet, or e.tercio seemed to correct. Your Vegetable Compound found the weak spot, however, within a few week nml nuvcil mo from an oncrntlon--nll my troubles bad dis appeared, and I found myself once more healthy and well. Words fall to Ucscrll the real, true grateful feeling that Is In my heart, and I want to tell erery sick and suffering sister. Don'r dally with medicines you know noth ing about, hut take Lydia Ii. Pink bnin'l Vegetable Compound, and take my word for It. you will bo different woman in a short time." Mnt. T.AVitA Emmons, Walkerrllle, Ont tiOOO ltftlt If ttlfl J t '" pnetf Don't hesitate to vrrlto to Mr. Plnkhum If there Ih anything about your case which you do not understand. 8I10 "III tr-at yoti with klndtiesH and her ad vice la frrc. "o vvomiiii ever rt frretlel nrltlnt; berund she Iiaa iclpcd thousands. Address is Lynn, Ma. Tho treasurer of the Prea7hTrsrXld Society of tho N'uw England Confer ence M. K. churcb. has skipped with $80,000. all the society's funds. INVESTIGATE If yon want te ret results on your oil Kcamts. Elaee tfcesi with us for ceuecuan it wiucost yoa sothUr hrIcm a collection Is suae laveitl fsteosriMtBoiJsef doltr ebsIrcm. Tfc DeiisuittBt ulletla tkOBld te la the ros ef all tmsl&eM wen. Se care It ey Dlaclnr your old accoaats with as. Van Alttlne, Gordon A Co., suits A, Zn, Commercial street Phone Main SOI, A. Ft. Morgan A Co., Mgrs, You can get Wolverine Soap At SPEERBROS Phone, Main 2491 Ded Pttines. Dried Prunes Dried Prunes Call and see us before you sell your Crop James M. Kyle & Co 75ConimcrciaJSt. SHIELD'S PARK Patton Drcs, Managers. Commercial and Center Sis. ..TO-MHT.. Polite Vaudeville General Admission 15c, 25c But our fall stock in waUhca is already arrivinc Vr have : -"; w 'fl? DAILY: JOUi WN AU'BAuCM. Going After Mollalla Gold Wregon City. Or.. Aug. 8. Attracted by the Reports of tbe fabulous deposits of gold in the Motalia bills, in the southern part of the county, a com pany of Oregon City people leave to morrow for the raining section. C W Kelly. John Heurth, George Casa and Frank Welsh are among thoie who expect to prospect the promising lands. The party will go by pack horses, and will thoroughly Jnvestl gate the claims that are alleged to be so rich in mineral wealth. Excitement, locally, over the rich discovery that was made on the Mo lalln river Is Intense, and has not been equalled in tbe history of the county Owners of the principal claims on which the rich deposits are found are planning for the development of their properties. It is the general belief that pending utvesticatlons wilt sub stantiate the claims that gold In pay ing quantities exists In Clackamas county, and that the location of the hidden wealth has been exposed. Their Chance Will Go By New York. Aug. 8.8 Advlcos rei eelved here from a prominent member of congress In Dogota. state, accord Ing to the Hornld's representative at Colon, that Secretary- Hay. early In July, laconically cabled the United States minister. Mr. Deaupre. telling him to Inform the Columbian govern ment of the prohablo action of the next Amorlcan congress. If the canal treaty Is not ratified. Tho reading of tho communication from Secretary Hay, In seorct session of the senate caused vehement pro tests, they being considered an Indi rect threat of retaliation, in case the treaty failed. Considerable excitement Is said to have ensued, tho principal critic and agitator being Senator Perez Soto, of Iloyaca, a bitter enemy of tho canal, Ho went so far as to say that Colom bia would fight rnther than "bo hu miliated." Other advices from nogota, received at Colon, say the outlook for the ratifi cation of the treaty Is more favorable J Will Make Reservoir Walla Walla, Wash.. Aug. 8. Oov ernment cnglneors, who have spent considerable time along tho south fork of the Walla Walla river during tho past three months, have guardedly ad mitted that a stupendous schemo Is being considered for storing tho wator of tho stream, to be used for Irriga tion purpose, snya tho Statesman. Tho schomo, as It Is now under con sideration. Is for tho construction ol n huge dam across tho canyon at the Hadilln plnce. baching tho wator Into tho mountains for n distance of flvo mllus. and plpo It from tho lovel across the range of high hllU to tho vnlley below. t Is estlmnted by the engineers that n section of country embracing the Walluln sand holt. 30 miles long by nearly ns many wide, could be wntored at slight cost, the largest Item of expense being the eonstnutlon of the dam. RUBBER Th.-re Is no substitute for a gnod rubber tire on your huggv, arrlage or runabout. Try ns you please to con. vlnco yourself that you can get along without it. that your old steel tiro will do, you neverthuluss feel sort of out of place when you drive down the street with your wheels crunching tho gravel while your neighbor drives along nul. otly with his rubber-tired rig. Ilubbor tiros add to your comfort ami convenience. iney ami to th life of a vehk very mntorlally. They wear butter In winter than summer. Wutcr Is better on rubber tlian sun. Thoy don't cost much when you figure comfort, convenience, durability and added life of jour rig Call and see us. We tit a great many tiros and guarantee our work F. A. WIGGINS Implement House; S35-8S7 Llbsrty St, Stlsm. Putm Machinery. Turret ii, (.-, bllej, Sewing Machines and Supplies, N. H. Barley, Stwlur JUchIa Fewlriaa OREGON. SATURDAY, AUGUST B, GRAINf) V J THE PURE V GRAIN COFFEE If yon use Graln-0 in place of coffee you will enjoy It just as much for it Ustea the same; yet, it is like a food to tbe system, dis tributing the full substanco of the pure grain with every drop. TRY IT TO-DAY. ttfTooMtiMTwfen; JtcnJe.prpekc. TMarict Quotations Today X "ftske Salem Coed Hone Market" a. "r-VW Hop Market. Hops 1718c. Potatoes, Vegetables, Etc. New potatoes COc. New onions 2o per pound. Watermelons lc per pound. Wood, Fence Posts, Etc Big fir K00. Second-growth $3 60. Arh 13.00 to 13.76. Body oak J-t.60. Pole oak S4.00. Cedar Posts '0c. Hides, Pelts and Furs. ' Green Hides, No. 1 l7c. Gren Hides, No. 2 206, Calf Skins 4 to 6c. 8beep 76c. Gea: Sklne 26c to S1.00. Grain and Flour. Wheat CSc. Oats 2830c. Barley $17 per ton. Flour Wholesale. 3.C5. Live Stock Market. Steers 3Hc Cows 3c. Sheep $1.60. Dressed Veal Cc. Hogs 66Uc. Mutton 2c per pound. Veal C0Cc. Wool and Mohair. Wool 1617c. Mohair 37c. Hay, Feed, Etc Baled cheat $7G,$8. Baled clover $8$9." Bran $21. Shorts $22. " Creamery and Dairy Products. Good dairy butter 1620c. Creamery butter 23c. Cream separator skimmed. at Com. Creamery, 2tc, minus freight. Portland Market Wheat Walla Walla, 7507SC8. Wheat Vallejv7879c. Flour Portland, best grado, $3.80; graham, $3.35T$3.76. Oats-Choice White, I1.07&C. Barley Feed, $19 per ton; rolled, $21T$21.60. Mlllstuff Bran, $23. Hay Tlmothv, $?o. I Onions New. 90fisl "S nor mirk Potatoes 7076c per sack. Eggs Oregon ranch, 2021 conts per dozen. Poultry Chickens, mixed, 1101U5c per pound; spring, 16017Uc; turkeys, live, 10012c. Mutton Gross, $3.00$3.50. Hogs $B.6O0$5.7G. Beef Gross. $3.750$1.26. Veal So per pound. Hops 1902 crop, IGCPlCc. Wool Vnlley. 17018c; Eastern Orogon, 12015c; Mohair, 3G037&C Hides dry, 16 pounds am upwards, 16 to lK-4 Butter Best dalrv, nominal; fancy creamery, 200224c; store, 16017c. Ladies' Summer Undewea Whilo tho weather is wnrm wo are going to unload all odd pieces of underwear. A few of tbeso garments at tho prices quoted will not come amiss 15c to 25c values 0c each 25o to 60o values Ho each 60c to'. 75q values 19c each Tho clean-up summer stuff a things ljvely, sale of all is making T1BDIDS i mi ,1 ,t.S.SfWl4 Wt iboj! It is5 thought t'hatMphn nlnnlngjof SpOKflne, WOO WUB (UUUU uvou " .. room Wednesday morning, was mur dered. The coroner Is working on the case. NEW TODAY Dr. J H. Brewer, physician and sUr Office Gray block. Office geon. phone 1221. No. 91. Residence phone no. Just Arrived. A large stock of gents' furnishing goods, clothing, hats, no tions and fnncy goods, trunks, tele scopes nnd valises, etc. You can get bargains at No. 119 State street. S. Friedman, manager. 8-7-tf 1 o For Sale, or Trade. For small Im proved place near town ,my house on Winter street Centrally located. Will glvo or tako boot, If any. John HOlm. 8--3t Ma-rled Couple. No children, want three or four housekeeping rooms; close In. Address "J.," Journal. 8-8-6t o Wanted. Intelligent persons to copy letters at home; $12.60 paid weekly. Send stamped envelope for snmplo letter and Instructions, Eureka Com pany, 23 Duane street, New York. 8-8-1 w Notice, Check Lost. You arc hereby notified not to cash check No. 99 on Lndd & Bush bank, drawn In favor of Geo. W. Wheeler by E. T. Barnes, dated August C, 1903. Amount $18.10. 8-8-3t For Sale. Tho prunes on 10 acres. near Iloscdale. Inquire at Manning & Ferguson's hardware store, Sa lem, Oregon. 8-8-lwk The Waiters of letters, who are partic ular show it by demanding "Hurds Papers." We don't b ame them for there Is nothing better. We have all the latest tints, shapes and sizes If you are inter ested It would pay you to Investigate the line. Pattons Book Store. Marshal Sale. Notice Is hercry given that under tho provlMoas of ordinance No. 200 1 will on WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12, 1903. at 1 o'clock p. ui. at tho round In tho city of Salem, sell at public auction, the following described Impounded unlmtil, to-wii: One yearling steer. Jersey grade, no marks or brands, white legs, tall and belly. ' Unlcf the above described am mnl Is claimed before said date, sale will be without reserve. P. W. GIBSON. City Marshal. Siem, August 0. 1W3. 8-tt-ot. Fesh Shasta Soda Water and Lemon Ice at McwicCe Edward Ellis. 144 8Ute 8t m (mcwoST(mE PEOPLES SARGAXN HOUS& FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Bargain Days .-sews tsssss jw sn:s'jsrs. rs iya great winners of business, they have so tn?lrnt JZt snecess. The people now know whauftte tWayWcM af tho bead'on!"0, 8,neraI 8,aU8hter on Prices all over Z atom 39c wool sergos 44 lnche wldo, all colors and black, will wear llko Iron, sale price, yd . 6C 35c Oporto Oxford walstlngs. the nTLtS?- w8aa!rt,Dgrihed prct.19C tlest goods in Salem, correct for JOe all silk neck r bhon. .ii"; Vsg L'..TL,"f V?0?- a COl- u UU UiaCK. 0- 40- nmllu . pretty m -j u reiJeacestStoreiBiNollWt mtCYUIBKUS.fSsrs fjieacfiers '' Exa&fition. Notice Is hereby given that tho coun ty superintendent df Marlon count; will hold tho regular examination ol applicants for state nnd county teach ers' certificates at tho court-houso la Salem, Oregon, beginning at 9 o'clocV August 12, 1903, and continuing f0r four days. B. T. MOOHES, 8-l-5t-eo(J Superintendent W. W. nail. F. E. DOWMNQ. HALL & DOWNING. Money Loanlnz. Insurance. Collections. Loans negotiated for ourselves and patrons on the best terms at reasonable rates. Tioga tlk upstairs, opposite Gray Bros. State St, Salem Oregon. Lunch Baskets, Telescopes, Shop. ping Baskets In largo variety. Tin ani Granltewaro for camping purposes. The Variety Store. 94 Court St Annora M. Welch, Ptob Another Deep Cut In Meats 1 Go To FENDRICH'S MARKET........ And Get Your ...Cheap Meats.... Our pi ices have al ways been low but now the bottom has dropped out. Beef Loin Steaks 10c Whole Loins 8c Round Steak 3 lbs for.. 25c Chuck Steak 5 lbs for... 25c and all other meats t in proportion GEO. FENDRICH 331 ComM St. Cottle Block. fill ll8litstef mi J. M. HOWELL, I FRESH MEATS CURED I LARD and everything in our line Thft Rpqt Hnlw Prompt Service. Fair Treatment. In Steiner's Fish Market Phone 1401 Main ifiHjtsjsjnnBi-ii-nara, BIG MONEY 1 Is nmile bj- InvcutmentH in arood Mining stocks. Oregon mine are paying millions nnmmlly to their owner and lnvcvtorn, Why not cet some of this money youri-elf? Great er Inducements ennuot be bad In Oregon for investment. Oregon's dividend paying mines lire rapidly Increimlng. Invest now, while stock l low and good prortles nreoffered you In prospects, mines, mid dlvL dend pay em i before Kustern Invest ors "gobble up" the ock as Ore- gons timber lands have been. Call and see us, or write, for our iii oi stocks nnd good prices, W. A. MOORES Sc CO., 141 Commsrolsl St., Siltm, Or(" Can get you any prominent Win lug stock for vnle In the Northwest dainty shad 9e i , , . . 1 ' vfl ,e,8 ,29 pedestrian skirts. SteVcST ""'' ,0t i -5 ffiM V-''- 4C ufllosn r "i ',' i eWKUH towels,36 Inchos long iw Lades' 95c hlarV W,..Ivt.1 n. j ,...- .w..v. ...-. i nrnsina 5So ? ' ' ' Court St. Sakn. Or.