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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREQON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1904.
SEVBN 1 " I'"1' " ' ' SSSS55S5555S!??555WSliWllfflWi!l Kind You Hnvo Always Boucrlit. and which hns lon i to uao for over 30 years, lias borao tlio Bignntnro of & fr nna lias 'heen mado under Iris pcr- i C&rjCVzZjtrrfr Bonl aP crvislon since Its Infancy. . wary jr. 6cc44Z j no nno to dccolTO you In thh. AU Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" nro but XSxpcrlmonts that trlflo -with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Bxporicnco ffeainst Experiment. What is CASTORIA Cau'Tia is a liarmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paro gorw. Drops and Soothing (Syrups. It Is Pleasant. Ifc contmm neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio subffutnee. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms K, and allays Fovorishncss. It cures DIarrhooa and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. iENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears tho Signature of A GREAT . LAUGH CREATOR Are You a Mason' ' Full of Complicated Situations A Concatenation of Cachin natory Corrigenda Comically Combined (ayfv&c ie KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THi eiHTun eounANV, tt m jurat oTntcT. Htm yobh ortv. if Sale Ten 1'tillion Boxes a Year. ,THE FittJILY'0 FAVOniTE MEDiOIMC J0C- !Jll4i)lJWilllIl'l'i'MWfi,WU'ill"!1'tllill-JLJiJ JJBP11 An Droreitts BEST FOR THE BOWELS hmi rHM-c 1 9 1 a i 1 i ia 1 o e 1 tM-MM-a i a i c i a - a-Mn-a-m There Is No Rasor Made That Beats the rfiftM'CTJiSi R. M. Wade & Co. 44a-iaaiiaiaiaraiie4'iaiaioi(fa4-Ha4 Phene: Majji 2953. AIA WORK lEXIYERED WHEN ROMISED 193 Commarclal St. JOrer The Journal. JinniE JWIDDEN Is a warm sport but lie's always there with the goods so it is with Elliott's Print Shop, if you ' are in a hurry for your printing it's there when promised. SEE THE POINT? Mrs. Amos Bloodgood, one pf tho leading characters in "Aro You a Mason?" Is an ardent supporter of masonic principals. Not only does alio requlro hor husband to Join, which, howovor, ho only pretends to do; but thoroughly Imbued with tho fraternal spirit sho carries It very much Into prlvato life, and when her eldest daughter, Eva wants to marry Frank Perry, sho consents only on condition that hor prospective Eonln-law emu lates her husband's example, ind thoroln lies tho difficulty for ho, too, promises; but never Joined. Doth men aro in -consequence obliged to resort to all manners of subtorfugo in order to conceal the deception. Around this thread aro woven many Intilcato sit uations, and tho ordeal through which tho pretenders pass In trying to keep tho secret Is nerve-racking, and has each on tho Vergo of nervous pros tration. Matters como to a climax howovor. when a bona-fldo mason sooks to ontor tho portals of tho Dloodgood's homo through marrlago with nnothor daugh ter. Doing somowhat of a gallant, ho takes all tho ladlos to a real lodge function, whoro a sorlos of compll cations lead to tho undoing of Blood good and Perry. Tho hoax Is, of courso, discovered, tho plot adjusts Itself naturally and Mrs. Dloodgood's wrath is finally nppoased by subse quent real touchers of masonic or dors. "Aro You a Mason?" will bo presentod hero on Thursday, 14 at tho Grand Opora House. Tho San Fran cisco Chronlclo says of It: "It Is some tlmo slnco wo havo had such a clovor nnd amusing farco as "Aro You a Mason?" which was ro celvod with groat hilarity last night at tho Columbia Thontro. It Is a Gor man ploco originally by Laura and Krntz, and Loo DItrlchstoIn has mado a very morry adaptation of It. Llko nil good farcos tho plot is vary slrnplo, but tho complications aro hard to dos ed be. It all turns on tho oscapados of Amos Dloodgood nnd Frank Perry, hlB son-in-law and tho troublo thoy got Into through trying to bluff It through that thoy aro masons when thoy aron't. Ono of tho host fonturos In it Is tho young man who plays tho modlsto's girl and posos as a long lost daughotr of tho old man, tho schomo being to got tho monoy tho old man has promlsod tho son-in-law, which ho is noi iweiy to got. Tnoro is a con stant laugh, very often becoming up roarlous, all through tho farco." Hf fll atOlffllB gata ja ia i ma i-t4 ftaamiaiajia faii "Wf ltwipiaiataiaiaia THE PICK OF THE FOREST Has been taken to supply the stock ofZ lumbor in our yards. Our stock ls$ comploto with all kindo of lumber.1 Just received a cw load of No. iX shingles, also a car of flno ahalcea.2 Wo aro ablo to fill any and all kind' of bills. Como and lot (us show you- our stock. J Yard and offlco near S. P. passenger) ! depot. 'Phono Main C51. ! G00DALE LUMBER CO. 4sHtt-itfiHM-a Climatic Cures. Tho Influonco of climatic conditions in tho cure of consumption is vory much overdrawn, The poor patlont, and tho rich patlont, too, can do much bottor at homo by proper attention to food dlgostion, and a regular course of Gorman Syrup. Froo expectoration in tho morning is mado certain by Gorman Syrup, so is a good night's rest and the absenco of Uiat weak ening cough and debilitating night sweat. Restless nights and tho ex haustion duo to coughing, tho great est danger and dread qf tho consump tive, can bo provonted or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regularly. Should you be ablo to go, to a warraor clime you will And that of tho thousands of consumptive there, the few who aro bonefltted and regain strength aro those who use German Syrup. Trial bottle, 25c; reg ular sire, 76c. At all druggists. At Dr. Stone's drug stores. Co. bocahio interested in Foots creek last spring, and bought tho Lnno prop erty, paying $35,000 for 700 acros. Thoy havo also purchased about 500 acros besides, which makes them tho oxcluslvo owners along both slds of Foots creek from its mouth to tho Ruble mine. The company commenced its operations by tho building of a dam across the lower end of tho natur nl basin. This dam is 20xS00, and Is IntondoJ to for a rosorvolr to float tho drodgo when It Is completed. The dredge itself is 112 foot long and 30 feet wide, and will be equipped with two hollers oach weighing 112 tons, engines and other necessary ma chinery. Tho olovntor will he equip ped with 40 buckets oach bucket and link weighing ono ton, nnd with a capacity of eight cubic feet. With this elevator thoy will bo able to dig to a depth of 85 feet, although tho esti mated depth necessary to go is 50 feet Tho onglnes will bo powerful enough to dig up tho bedrock Itself, which is a blue porphyry. Ashland Tidings. FIFTY CENTS A MONTH A small bottle of Scott's Emulsion costing fifty cents will last a baby a month a few drops in its bottle each time it is fed. That's a small outlay for so large a return of health and comfort Babies that are given Scott's Emulsion quickly re spond to its helpful action. It seems to contain just the elements of nourishment a baby needs most. Ordinary food frequently lacks this nourishmentjScott's Emulsion always supplies it. We'll send you i umplt fre upon request. SCOTT & 1JOWNE, 409 Pearl Street. New York. 11 ... 11 k Market Quotations TodayX jT "Mke Stlem s Good Home MrXet" J Capital City Mills Quotations. Bryant & Ponnoll, Props. Wheat 77c. Duckwhoat 80a Poultry at Stelner's Chickens 810c. Eggs Por dozon 23c. Turkoys 12015c Ducks 10c. Market Etc. Harrixt s Lawrence "Portland and Return Only $Z20.H The Southern Pacific is now soiling round trip Ucket to Portland from Salem for $2.20, good going Saturday' or Sunday, returning Sunday and Mon day, giving all day Sunday and Mon day In Portland. The same arraag ment applies from Portland, giving aU Portland people a chance to visit val ley points at greatly reduced rates. N W. a OOMANt G. P. A. Hop Market. Hops 1922c. Potatoes, Vegetables, Potatoes 30c. Onions lc. Dried Fruits. Peaches 10c. ' Apricots 10c. Apples 10c. Potito prunes 4c. Italian prunos 5c. Wood, Pence Potts, Etc Big fir 14.00. Second-growth (3 50. Afh $3.00 to $3.75. Body oak $4.50. Polo oak 14.00. Cedar posts 12 c. Hlden, Pelts and Puro. Green Hideo, No. 1 5c. Green Hidos, No. 3 (c. Calf Skins 105c. Sheep 75c. Goat Skins 25o to S1.08. Grain and Flour. Wheat, Salem Flouring Mills, port valuo, 70a Oats $1.05 cwt. Barley $19 per ton. Flour Wholesale, $3.60. Live Stock Markst Steers 343c. Cows 3c. Shoop 2&C. Droseod vpal 6c. Dressed hogs 8c. Live hogs 4$ic.' Mutton 2 c por pound. Hay, Pead, eu. Dalod cheat $10. Bale' clovor $1O0$11. Bran $20. Shorts $21.50. Creamery and Dairy Products. Good dairy butter 2025c. Croamory butter 30c. Cream separator skimmed. Cora. Creamery, 3214c. not. ex- iiinmii ei niciiMiin 1 CLASSIFIED j Advertisements, five lines or ! ! less, In this column Inserted ', three times for 25c, 50c aweek " 1.50 a month. All oven five ' "' ... i i . . lines at trie same rate. limilHIIIIIIIIII II inir WANTED. Wanted. A young, dark bay horse. Call at John Stout's sash and door factory. G. E. Reovo. Ml-3t LOST AND FOUND. Money Found. Anyono would fool a thrill of pleasure to pick up a ollvor half-dollar on tho highway. Thoy aro lying around ready to pick up (no capital roqulrod) If you are willing to rustle and can talk only a llttlo bit Good for either box, young or old. Addross or call at Journal office IMO-tf FOR RENT. wN'. For Rent. A four-room cottago at 387 Church otroot. Will soil furnl turo and a wintor's supply of wood. 1-6-tC Rooms for Rent Up stairs, Oottle block, by day, week, or month. At so light housokooplng looms. Elec tric llghta. Opon all hours. Commercial St, No. 333. Phone: 2965 Mala. MatUe Hutching, Prop. DRES8MAKER8. Mrs. L. Campbell Does dressmaking at her homo, on tho car lino, noar tho South Salem cemetery. Country trade soltcitod. 11-18-lm-d-w JM-SM-UIIJ IX-'UJLX M U SJg J ULML Bf m II 1!JWIWS BBMBS IMS FOR SALE. For Sale a frosh milch cow. In qulro at 478 Front street, or at farm soven mllos south of Salem. I. M. Wagoner. 1-9-3L For Sale. At a bargain, ono 18-horoo powor ongino and boilor, on skids; also ono sorrel mnro, wolght 1160. Inquiro of J. E. Murphy, tilo yard, Salem. l-6-lwk.wk2t For Sale. Fino second-growth maplo and ash wood. Dolivorcd to any part of city. Apply to J. W. Man loy. Phono 2075 Black, or call at homo west of brick Btoro, SouUi Salem. 12-28-lmo For Sale Or trade, a flno 10-acro chlckon or fruit ranch; first-class buildings and improvements; closo to school, postofflco, store and rail way station. Will trade for city or nnimprovod farm proporty. Addrens "W. J.," Caro Journal. 11-5- For Sale. At a bargain. For anyone wanting a good business location, largo store and houso combined; good chruico to carry on a general merchandise business on ono of Sa lem's beet Btoros. Addresn Ira Towno, Salem, Ore. 12-lC.lm Choice Farm For Salo. Throo mllee northwest from Brooks, hnving (Twolllng houso, barn and two hop houses, with 30 acros of hops, bal anco farming land, wlUi running wator, eoccopt onough chol'co timber to supply U10 place. M. J. Egon. lM2-tf For Sale. O. K. Grubbers. Best in Oregpn; thwo stato premiums; ono horse has tho powor of 99; can grub au aero a day. James FInnoy, Brooks, Or. 11-26-lin For Sale Inmprovod nnd unimproved block proporty In South Salem. For information Inquire of E. Hofor, Journal ofllco. 10-9-tf fmYaiaANANp surgeon. Dr. W. 8. Mott Will horeaftw b found in the Drey block, 275V& Com mercial street, over Oregon Shoe Co. Offlco telephone, 2931; resi dence phone, 2751. Office houra 9 to 12. and 2 to E. Now Sweet Cider. Send your order to the nearnot grocery, or call up phono 42L Gideon Stole ft Co. MO-tf WATCHMAKER. W. Calvot, Practical Watchmakas 158 Stato street, makes a specialty of repairing watches, clocks and Jowelry, and guarantees good irork at reasonable prices. 11-12-lyr RE8TAURANT. Ferguson's Restaurant 45 StaU stroot Opon day and night. Ota 20c moals aro bottor than any 96s houso In the stato. Six 20c meats for $1.00; 21 20c meals for $3.00. LODGES. Salem Camp, No. 118, Woodmen of the World Moots In Holrann Hall ovory Friday at 7:30 p m. P. L. Fraslor, Consul. Wyllo A. Mooros, Secre tary 1-12-lyr Valley lodge No. 18, A. O. U. W. Moots In their hall In Holman block, cor nor Stato and Liberty, overy Moo day ovonlng. Visiting brethren wolsomo. Roy Mclntlro, M. W. A. E. Aufranco, Rccordor. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. Oattit Hall in Holman block, corner Stats nnd Uborty Sts. Tuesday of eaei wook at 7:30 p. m. II. II. Turner, C. O.: W. I. Stnloy, K. of R. and 8. Foresters of America Court Sher wood ForeBtora No. 19. Meotn Frl day night in Turner block. 8. 17. MInturn. O. R.; A, L. Brown, Bee. Modorn Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 6246. Meata every Thursday ovonlng at 8 o'clock " Holman Hall, Frank A. Turner, V. C: A. I Brown. Clork. Protection Lodge No, 2, Ancient On dor United Workmen, moots eves? Saturday ovonlng in tho Holman Hall, corner Stato and Liberty Btroota. Visiting brethren welcome. J. O Graham, M. W.; J. A. BellwooJ Rftcordor For 8ale Eighty acros of land in Washington county, for $450, A bargain for somo ono wanUng to make a home. Some timber on tho placo; somq cleared. E. Hofor, Sa eom, Oregon. 10-6-tf MI8CELLANEOU8. Dr. I. W. Starr Offlco in Bush ft Broy building, evor Oregon Shoo Storo. Offlco hours, 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Calls attondpd in city or country. Residence 'phono 2355 Rod. 1-5-tf The Propsr Thing The popular drink for family use Is G. S. soda and carbonated beverages. Every body should keep theso goods at their homes. Call up Gideon Stols Co. 'pkone 421. O8TEOPATH8. Drs. M. T. Sclioettle, Frank J. Barr and Anna M. Barr. Graduated Amorlcnn School of Osteopathy, Kirksvillo. Mo successors to Dr. Graco Albright Offlc hours 9 to 12 and 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Odtf Follows' Tomplo, Phono Main SWJlfi rosldenco phono 2603 red. TON80RIAL AND BATHS. Evan's Barber Shop Only flrst-class shop on State stroot Every tni&a new and up-to-oato. Finest porce lain baUis. Shave, 15o; haircut 26e baths, 25c. Two flrst-class bod blacks. C. W. Evans, proprietor. at 8ay Have you tried Edwards ft Lusch- 1 er's for meats. Wo havo tho beet nausage in town. Come and try it, and be convinced. 410 East State street Salem Truck and Dray Co. Oldest and best equipped company in Sa eom Piano and furniture moving a specialty Offloe 'phono, 861. W. W, Brown ft Son, proprietor. Offloe No. 60 State street 9-1-lm WATER COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFICE CITY HALL, For water servlcd apply at ofloa. Bills payablo monthly In adva&oo. Uaa all complaints at the offloe. EXPRE88 AND TRANSFER. CAPITAL CITY Express and Transfer Meets all mall and passenger trains Baggage to all parts of the city. Prompt service. Telepkona No. 241. BECKMAN-DEDRICK & HOMYER Sell sore Groceries and better Groceries tfaaa ANYBODY Ire's where yon get GOOD treatment-and GOOD goods in and eee for yourself. OLD P. O. GROCERY. Gold Dredging on Foots Creek. The gold dredgo bolng built by Champlln & Co. at tho mouth of Foots crook, Is nearly ready to launch, and when launched the work of Installing tho mochinory will be commenced. It Is oxpocted that tho work will be completed and tho dredger ready for operations about March 1st. The Grants Pass Courier eas Champlln & PORTLAND MARKET. Wheat Walla WJla, 71c072c Valloy 78c. Flour Portland, beat grade, $3,750 $3.85; graham, $3.75. Oats Choice White, $1.10 Barley Food, $20 por ton; tolled, $21 Mlllfltuff Bran, $18. Hay Timothy, $16 Potatoes 00 0c- Eggs Oregon ranch, 37 Me Poultry Chickens, mired, 10c lQttc per pound; spring, lie turkeys, live, 12014c Mutton Droasod, 506c. Pork Dressed, 6Cc. Beef Dresood, 60Cc Veal 808c Hops 1903 erop. 15022c. Wool Valley, 1718c; Eastern Oregon, 12lCo; Mohair, J5gJ7Wc Hides dry. II Bounds am. nswarda. IS to 15e. Butter Best dairy, 2O022c; fan cy ereamery,S0c; store ttUc Dr. Z. M. Parvln At 297 Commercial stroet, upstairs. Singing schooL Rudlmental and sight reading class es. Begins Wednesday evening, Oc tobor 14th. Class overy Wednes day evening to May 1st, neat Tui tiou, $1.00. Unique Cleaning Rooms Shaw A Johnson, the cleaners, are now lo cated at 209 Commercial stroet They do a general pressing and re pairing business. Specialties: Skirts, silk walsU, kid gloves, gents cloth ing, etc Phone 2614. 5-28-lyr. WIRE FENCING. Walter Morley, Dealer in American El wood and Page Hold fencing. - All kinds of poultry fencing. Shingles. P. ft D, ready roofing and wall paper . Prices tho lowoot Salens Fonco works, 60 Court HtrooL Salem. d&w, DENTISTS. OSTEOPATHS. Dr. H. H. Scovell. Suggostlvo thorapeutica Osteopathy. Nervous and functional diseases. Rooms 4, ( and C. D'Arcy building. Phone 2855 Main. 11-lm CJL.B31tT?W.-A.. Sun A yKKteVMfawJltaflfeM VfWDt af O. H. MAOK Successor to Dr. J. M, Koene, In White Corner, Salem, Oregon, Parties desiring superior operations at mod erat foe In any branch aro la especirt) request THE ELITE CAFE 208 Commercial 8tret Regular Dinner at Noon 25c Meals at all hours Service a la Carte B ECKERLBN, Pj-oprfetc 1