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"THE FIRST LIGHT."
Another Version of the Mystery Genesis. To the Editer: In your isauo of November 23 I noticed on Item on ho light .which was first dlssomlnnt d during tho week of creation, ac cording to Genesis, chapter 1. The inquirer was one D. V. Herts, 6f Chi ongo. I don't pose as an authority n tho subject, but will give you what Is found In Ouyot'a "Creation," which may satisfy the Inquirer. Whether or not a day, according to tho record in Genesis, covered a pe riod of a thousand years Is a quostlon lut it 13 tho concensus of opinion that auch a day covered a long peri d .of Ufnc. According" to Genesis tho world was created from a mass of chaotic darkness. Tho work of the first day was tho ereatlon of light. This movement brings tho world into existence Dut this light was a primitive or cosmic light, -which waB lndopondont of sun r moon. The work of tho second i&y was a separation or division. Tho vast primitive nebula of tho first day It is the Cream that makes tho coffee apwUilnc , Poor cream has spouea many a ore&uau. Tho ceuuino Economy Brand Evaporated Cream beiirs the above cap label. . Ask your erocer lor me ngni Kino, wmcn is me most &auiouir kind. Merer sours, cuarameea i absolutely pure cow's milk, most nutritious ana eppeuziw. i ry , it In your cotree a ceais nu others. HELVETIA EII1K CONDENSING CO. Highland, Illinois & immh to9Mewooi9a&a(s99999e9ei The House Furnishing Salem. 269 Liberty Street. 54MtceeMMMwewM malt lamia isiibhhhhtH"h ,'"""" iiinninit I We do what We Claim ! We kill and remove cancers ana tumors without the aid of a knife, i i Read the testimony of a prominent Salem man: !! TO THE PUBLIC In justice to Dr. Cook, and that the !! world may know what great work he is doing, I wish to ,, i :-t ,uir tuii 1 ruvp heen takme treatment from him o ! i for the past fifteen months !! movedfPronVmy alimentary cerous growths, as arge as a man 3 ". "; - far" intestine. Also another cancerous growth from , , !! off mvrght right foot and another from my right,. :: Unimb This has all been accomplished through medi ii cineT'ionlthey killing the growth and the spider c ! ; roots and nature itself casting them, off, without the .. aid of knife or surgery. I do not believe I could have . . found equally successful treatment anywhere 1 in he.; world and cheerfully recommend Dr. J. F.Cook, tne ; 1 ! Botanical Doctor, to ail who read this testimonial. ; ; ; ; R. J Spencer. We can do as mnch for you or more j ; ; ; if you need it. ! i ij J. F. COOK . ; ! ! oeutscher Botll Doctor. Core. all Disuse Mw'"y j breaks up Into a multitude of gaseous of,r. ' nnQ ineeo aro concentrated into stars. MoUon In ..r.i, Gravitation and tho chemical forces .una to concentrato matter around various centers and thus Isblato them from each othor; centrifugal force tends to dtsperso them. On tho third day two works wero censummated: First, tho formation of this matorial globo on which we live, and, second, tho Introduction of the vegotable kingdom. Aldod by the light derived from geology, chemistry, Physics, and astronomy, wo mny dis tinguish In the gradual formation of the physical globo beforo tho Intro duction of life four perieds: First, the nobulous state. Second, the min eral Incandescent. During this peri od great chomlcnl action. A vast and long-continued confla gration, with an onormou develop ment of hont and olectrlclty takes place, and tho rosult Is an incandos- Icont, mo'ted mineral body, surround- o oy a vast luminous ntmosnhorc. The earth was then a sun. Third, the period of hot oceans. Tho cooling continues. Tho tomporaturo becomes low enough to admit of tho chemical combination of hydrogon and oxygen into water, and what was beforo n part of the atmosphere In tho shape of vapor Is deposited as water In the ocean. Tho oceans wero not only very warm, but must have boon high ly acidulated, nnd by powerful chom leal action tho earth was transmuted Into a vast galvanic pile, emitting constant streams of oloctrlcity, which reaching tho othornl space at tho Uioundary of the thick atmosphere, became luminous. During this third p rlod the earth was still surrounded by a photosphore of subdued brillian cy It was then a nebulous stnr. Tho fourth period wns that of the cold oceans. The process of cooling goes on; the photosphere gradually disappears; the globo becomes nu (Xtlnct body; tho ocean cools down and becomes ready for the Introduc tion of living beings. At tho close of this period the oorth Is the ex tinct planot. However, the vegeta tion makes Its apoaranc at the close of this period. All through thoso poriods of the do velopmont of tho mntorlal globo tho light was furnished by tho oarth It self. Tho cosmic light was sulllciont for the era of mnttor, but on tho fourth day tho ora of lifo bogins and solar light appears. Wo may bollovo that tho hoavonly bodlos wero cro ated on tho first day, and organized LeatherUphql stered Goods ' I! in Chairs, Rockers and! I CouchcB. Will you consider ono asnn Xmas gift? With the proper pressure brought to bear Santa Claus might present you with ono. Company. Albany and in that time he has re- j canal three tumor of, en DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, The man who 19 caged in or cooped up day after day without sufficient exerciie is sure to suffer for it. Quite often the lier is the first organ which becomes disordered, and constipation, biliousness, sick headache nud general physunl tor por make life miserable. There's only one way to deal with liver "trouble" ami that is to go to the root of the disease, and cure it once for all. Such cures of the disordered or diseased liver almost always follow the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It always helps. It almost always cures. It reg ulates the liver, strengthens the stomach, and purifies the blood. "Dr. Herce's Goldtn Mttllcnl Discovery Is the btt medicine mnde." write Mtchatl Mahcr, ol Uttlefall. N Y (68 Center St.) I had yellow lauudtce nnd liver trouble in November, 1900. was nlniott dead, let nlxtecn pouuds In three weeks and my whole body wns as yellow as rid, and I was sick at my stomach all the time, tried three doctors and they Rave me tablets and pills and another one some other UtrflT. but I went to Me-srs. O'Kourke and Hurley's drug tore nml Rot your 'Golden Medical Discovery' One bottle cured me and I thank It and God that 1 am a well man " Accept no substitute for the " Discov ery." There is nothing "lust as good." Tile People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, n book containing 1008 pages, is given away. Send 31 one-cent stamps for expense of mailing only, for the book iu paper eoxers, or 31 stamps for the vol ume boutiri iu cloth. Address Dr. R. V, Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. "u ' on the second day, nnd whllo thoy oxlsted they did not appear In tho open sky until tho fourth day. Tho light of the sun, moon and stars wns merged In tho sttonger light of the photosphere- nnd therefore Invisible to It. The atmosphere grows clearer, the earth more dry, vegetation doe Its part In absorbing gases, and day by day the sun shines with more un clouded brilliancy. M. B. Boulton, Mlihawnka, Ind., Npvembor 34. In ter Ocenn. WHY IT SUCCEEDS. Beciuse It's for One Thlnn Only, and Salem Is Learning This. Nothing can bo good for everything. Doing ono thing woll brings success Doan's Klilnoy Pills do ono thing only. Thoy'ro for sick kidneys They euro backacho, ovory kidney ill Horo is Balem evidence to provo it, 0. W. Bennett of Roseburg, Ore, a well-known votoran mombor of 11th Iowa Hog., Co. I, Inf., says "If kldnoy complaint affecta ororyono as it did mo tliero Is llttlo wonder that tho suf foror Is constantly complaining and continually on tho outlook for some thing to bring relief. I wns annoyed moro or Iosb with kldnoy troublo over slnco I left tho army In 1865. 1 sufforod overythlng from stoady dull aching to oxcruclatlng twinges across tho small of my back. I had to raovo around vory carefully trying to ovado pain, for a falso stop or backward movemont brought punlshmont Tho secretions from tho kidnoys woro In smelled vory strong and after stand a torrlblo condition, dark in color, ing a short tlrao possessed a heavy brick-dust sodlmont I was for eight months under troatmont for my kid noys but nothing gavo mo any por raanont relief until I comraoncod using Doan's Kidney Pills. Tho first box so greatly bonoflttod mo that I followed up tho treatmont by using throo boxes They practically cured me. I am 88 yoars old, and can hardly oxpoct to be cured completely, but when a romody will bring such rollef to a person of my ago and In a caso of so long stand ing, what will It do in ordinary casosT I might add that beforo I began to ubo Doan's Kidney Pills I was so badly affected with dlwy spoils Uiat often whon walking up town I havo had to stop and lean up against something for support I keep Doan's Kidney Pills on band all the time and every now and again whan I think my kid neys or back need a little toning up I take a fow down. I recutnmond this remedy strongly." Plenty moro proof llko this from Salem people. Call at Dr. Stone's drug store and ask what his custom era report For sale by all dealers. Price W cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, NY .sole ageata for the United States Remember the name, Doan's, and take no substitute. -2 Branson & Ragan. Keep all kladu of groceries, asd they are the best that ean be founl In the city. You don't know It nnUl you bare tried them. a ' CASTOR I A 'or Infants and Childrea. Tiki m Yea Ravi Always Bttglt Bears Hut Blfsatoroef &4 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9r 1903. Tho people aro not afraid of even a ring politician .when ho is put up under tho direct nomination system, because they have a direct whack at htm the next time. Market Quotations Todays Capital City Mills Quotations. Bryant & Ponnell, Props. Wheat 76c. Buckwheat 80c. Peutiry at Btelncr Market Chickens le, Eggs Per dozen, 35c. Turkeys, 12&014c. Ducks 10c. Hop Market Hops lOJ0c. Potato, Vegetable, Etc. Potato 30c Onions l$4c Drld Fruit, 7eachea 10c. Apricots 10c Apple 10c Petite prune Ic Italian prunes 6c Wood, Penes Poet, IU. Die fir 14.00. Second-growth tS W. Arh J3.00 to 13,75. Body oak 4.i0. Pol oak $4.00. Cdar Post iflr. Hides. Pelt and Fur Grn Hldta, No 1 0"c Qren Hid, No. i 706. Calf Bklns 4 to Be. Sheep 75c. Goat Skins Ke to tioa Drain and Flour Wheat, SMem Flouring MlIU -7Bc Oats 32c. Barley J18.B0 per ton. Flour Wholesale, $3.60. Live atoek Market Steer Hie. Cows 3 He Sheep $1.W. Dreasod veal Hc Drooaed kogs B?4c. L4vo hots lc Mutton Ic per pound, Yel-60V4c Hay, Fd. Etc BaBled cheat $11 Baled clover $10. Bran $20. Shorts $21. Creamery and Dairy ProduoU. Good dairy butter 202Sc Creamery butter 33Hc Cream separator skimmed, Com. Creamery 32Hc, met at Portland Market Wheat Walla Walla, 72c Valley 78c. , Flour Portland, beat grade, $3,760 $3.85; iraham, $3.75. Oati Choice White, $1.07V&e. Barloy Feed, $10 per ton; rolled, $21. Mlllstuff Bran, $19. Hay Timothy, $1B$16. Potatoes 50O0c Eggs Oregon ranch, 3Gc Poultry Chlokons, mixed, Is per pound; spring, 10c turkeys, live, 12014c. Mutton Dressed, 6c Pork Dressed, BQ'Cc Hoot Oroes, BOV4c Voal 8c. Hops 1903 crop, 12032c Wool Valley, 17011c; Eastern Oregon, 1201B; Uohalr, 350$7Hc Hides dry, 1 onds am upwards, IB to 1BH. Butter Dost dairy, 20pziHc; fan cy croomory, 30O32c; storo, 15016HC CLASSIFIED ADS A4verrteets.nnerlet.tJfelatjs tartthreetlaeefor 33c. SO Wek 91.50 saeau. AH ever fir Usee ittMu rate. WANTED. Salosmen Wanted Kvoreywnoro 10 solicit ordors for general lino of nursery stock and soedn Brown Bros.. Rochester. N. V. -7-3t Wanted At once; a housekeeper on farm, eight miles south of Salem; no family. Addross 8. R. Jonos, It F. D. No. 8. 12-7-Ot Wanted. A preforred. R. 8. frch milch cow. Jorsy a W. Pearmlne, It. 12-e-st Wanteds A good fresh cow. Part Durham and part Jersay preferred. Call at shop of H. Pohlo, corner of Kerry and Liberty streets. 12-4-3t Wanted. A hop yard by a renter Address "F. M," Fairground, Oro ,,. 1S-4-3 Wanted. Wood choppers good pay .n,i unav timber. Iuoulro at 180 8Ute street. ll-24-2w LOST AND FOUND. Lost A silver bracIt at Journal office. Finder leave 12-7-Jt Found-A Urge gray BooUb houad Owner eall aad pay for same. Cha. rnuM. 47 Trad street Balesa. Oregon. ll-t-lwk Loat Last inoday, pair of rtlvor rlmmed glasses. Leave at Journal offlee wd reeeivo roward. 12-4-1 ToT ALE. Qrape Plant for Sale-For best plants at $1.00 per hundred, best varleUos, eall on Stefan Llmbeoke, at Au v.irn Park, mat of Salem, or ad dress blm at Balesa, Or. lUt FOR SALE. For Sale Or trade for town property, JO-acro farm. Inquire at 2S0 Milt street 12-4-lwk For Sate. One fullbloodod Shorthorn, bull, 3 years old; solid dark rod. Will sell cheap, If taken soon. Bull Is not brcochy Inquire of M. A. McOorklo, Salem. Or. 12-4-3t For Sale A span of good threo-quar-tor brod Perchoron mares, coming 3 and 4. Apply to B. F. Tucker, Tumor, Or. l?-44t Three Choice Young Boare Register eU Borkshlrca; wolght 200 pounds; tonus reasonable. Thoio pigs aro from tho Ono brood sow I purohasod of Mr. Ladd, paying $50 for her. J. W. UcKluney, Turner, Ore. 11-27-tf 3-1- Overcoat Bargain. Two good over coats, nearly as good as new, for one-fourth their coat Mrs, C. II. Walker, at Salem Dyo Works. 11-37-tf For Sale Or trade, a fine 10-acre chick or fruit ranch; flrt-clMa bulldlnr and Improvement; close to school, pesUOlce, store and rail way station. Will trade fer city or u&lmpreved farm property. Addreee "W. J.,M Oar Journal. 11-B- For Sale, O. K. Orubbers. Best In Oregon; thM state premiums; one horvt has the power of 9); can grub an acre a day. James Finney, Brooks, Or. 10-2S-lra For 8ale Inmproved and unimproved vblock property In South Salesa. For Information Inquire of R. Hofer, Journal offloe. 10-9-U Choice Farm For Bale. Three miles northweet from Brooks, having dwelling house, barn and two hop houses, with 30 acres of hope, bat anco farming land, with running water, except enough choice, timber to supply tho place M. J. Kgan. 11-lt-tf For Sale, Uargalne. Sovoral cUolco plecoe of property, both outside and lruldo. Call and ss cownor, 407 High streot, 2U blocks north or city hall. 11-12-lra For Sale Eighty acres of land In Washington county, for $460. A bargain for somo ono wanting to make a home. Some timber on the placo; orae cleared. B. Hofer, Sa lem, Oregon. 10--tt FOR RENT. For Rent Large double store on State street. 60-foot front, 80 deep Apply to M. Kllnger. 10-7-tf Rooms for Rent Up stairs. Cottle block, by day, week, or month. Al so light housekeeping rooms. Elec tric llghtsi Open all hours. Commercial St., No. 333, Phone: 2905 Main. Mattlo Hutchlns, Prop. MISCELLANEOUS. Molrs Barber Colleo Of Salt Lake City, offers advantages In teaching the trade that cannot bo had Use where. Avoid schools tho Orogon and California harbors' now laws aro apt to close at any Ume. Write today for our special offer to dis tant students, 11-10-lm The Proper Thing The popular drink for family use is u. u. soaa and carbonated bovsragos. Every body should keep theso goods at their homes. Call up Gideon Btoli Co. 'phone 421. D. F. Jerman. Doalor In now and second-hand house furnishing goods. Oreat bargains In stoves and row furniture. Highest prices paid for secondhand articles. 210 Cotnmor slal strett 8ay Have you tried Bdwards A Lusch- ers for meats. Wo havo tno uesi eausago In town. Come and try It and bo convinced. 410 Bast State strcjt . Salem Truck and Dray Co. Oideat and bet equipped company In So lera. Piano and furniture moving l aniwialtr Offlce 'phone. 81. W v umwn A flon. nroprletor. Ofile No. 40 SUt stroet 9-1-1 m. Dr. Z. M. Parvln At 297 Commercial street, upstairs Singing schooL RudlmenUl and sight reading olasa- es. Begins Wednesday evening, 00 tober 14th. Clase every Wednes day evening to May 1st. next Tu Hon, $1 00. Unique Cleaning Room Shaw fl Johnson, the cleaners, are now lo cauxl at 209 Commercial street They do a general presslug and re pairing business. Specialties: BklrU. silk waist, kid gloves, gente' cloth Ina- tB. Phone IBM B-ta-iTT, Dr. W. S. Men Win bkww uf found In the Brey block. 27BH Com merelal street over Oregon Shoe Co. Office telephone. Mil; read donee phone, 2761. Offlee hours I to 11. and 2 to C New Sweet CWcr. Seed your order U the seamt grocery, or call up phone 41L Gideon Stols & Co. DRESSMAKERS. Mrs. L. Campbell Doce draaatnaklng at her horae, oa the ear line, seer the Boevtfc Halaa eeeaetery. Oomatry tnuie sottttltad. . lMMw-d-w SBVBN CXCS3B WATCHMAKER "wNw W. Calvet, Practical Watchmake IBS State street, makes a speeiaMy1 of repairing watches, clocks ka& jewMry, and ruaranteoa good -work at reasonable price. ll.lMyr RESTAURANT. Fergueon'a Reetaurant 9B Sate street Open day and night Oar 20o meala are better than any tte house In the state. Six ICo moat for $1.00; 21 20c meals for $1.00. L0DQE8, aikakI Valley ledge No. 18, A. O. U. W. Meets In their hall in Hot man block, cor ner State and Liberty, every Ms day ovenlng. VislUng brethrea weUome. Roy Mclntlra, M. VT. A. K. Aufraace, Recorder. Central Lodge No, 18, K. of P-Oactic nail in iiouaab block, cornet Btafea and liberty Ota. Tnsday of eaeh wk at 7:20 p, m. A. B. Ctrastl O. C. R, J. Fleming IC of R. tad B. Foreetera ef America Oomrt Sinar wood Foreeiers No. 19. M4t Fri day night In Turner block. 8, W. Mlntnrn. O. R.; A. L. Brown. Boo. Modern Woodrrten of America Ore goo Oedar Oamp No. 1249. Meet very Thursday evening at I ooloek Holman Hall, Frank A. Turner, V. C: A. L. Brown. Clerk. Protection Lodge No, I, Anoieat Or der United Workmen, meets every Saturday evening In the nolmaa Hall, corner 8tat and Liberty streets. Ylsltlng brethren weleora. J. a Graham, M. W.; J. A. Bell wood Recerdor. OSTEOPATHS. Or. M. T, Sclioettle, Frank J. Bart and Anna M. Barr. Graduates American School of Osteopathy, Klrksville, Mo., successors to Dr. Grace Albright OfflC' hours 9 to 12 and 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Temple, Phone Main Milt roildrnrn phone 2801 red. TONSORIAL AND BATHS, Evan'a Darbar Shop Only flrst-olan shop on Btntr. streot TCvory tlifaaf new and ui-'M.nto. -Flne-tt poroa lain baths. Shave, lBo; hoir-aut K haUis. tBo, Two flrst-olass boot blacks. C. W. ICvans. proprietor. jpjiuvry DEN.IAMIN 80HWARZ A SONSv Hop morchants, 97 to 99 State. Rtreot, Salem, Oregon. Ropreaented by Jos. Harris. WM. DROWN & CO. Hops. Mohair, wool, hop growers' supplies. No, 229 Commercial street Salem, Ore gon. Phono 1301. SQUIRE FARRAR Hop merchant and purchasing agent No, lltMi Commercial street, upstairs, Sato, Oregon. Phone 1C51. T. A. tlVESLEY A CO-Dealni hops and hop supplies, Phone 1311, offlce room 18 Oborhelm bldg, Ma lom, Oregon. J. CARMICHAEL Hop buyer. OMee In BiiBh-i eyman building, Balsa, Oregon. Samples of choice hops llrltod from all growers, CATLIN & LINN Hop buyers. Root 81 Bush-Breyman block, Salem, Ore gon. Phono 1431. HUBBARD A CROSSAN Hop buy ers. Room 2. Murphy block, Sales, Oregon. Tolophono No. 371. WATER COMPANY. kaiM SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICE CITY HALL. For water aorvlod apply at ofllee. Dills payable monthly In adranoe. Mao all complaints at the offloe. EXPRESS AND TRANSFER. CAPITAL CITY Express and Transfer Moot all mall and passenger tralas Baggago to all parts of the city. Prompt service. Telephone No, 14L HECKMAM HEDRICK ft HOMYErt VARIETY STORE. Coat HaOaTCrs Ilto China In sets pr by the piece, In tnsuy styles. The Variety Store 91 Court St. Annora M. Welch, Pmd WIRE FENCINO. Hop Wire Woven Wire Fencing, Plaoo'your ordors now and get re duced prices. Car of fenslng to arrive Oetober 26th; car of fencing In No vember. Write and get price. WALTHIt MORLEY, CO Court Bt, Balsm. Or. DENTISTS. V u,,.A..r tn rir. J. M. Kesae. la White Comer, Salem, Oregon. I'artles desiring superior operations at w erat fee lu any braneh are la espeeuM reriueet . THE ELITE CAPE 203 Commercial Street Regular Dinner at Noon 25c Meals at all hours Service a la Carte B ECKERLBN, Pprtetof II: nmwii muoj'ru'i negF-sasfcajih