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rjj'iuwiyjif" seBBeBBeBBeBBeBBeBBeBseBswIeHeMBBeelBBeBBeBBeBB I' f it i. I " h St RrSHT I Stockton &Co. At the Old White Corner and, 298 Clearance And Sale of White Tho most substantial of all foundations for a groat mercantile In atltutlon is constructed of fair and honoat donllng with the public. Wo are) proud of tho patronage accorded us during the short time our new enterprise hiw boon In oxfstonce proud of tho enormous fol lowing our store owns today This good vld homestead store has boen the favorite shopping place ovor slnco Snlom was a town. Dut never in all Its history has thore been such romarkablo mono saving opportunities as we offer today, and all because we bought ovor 160,000 worth of goods at a great sacrifice. DORN. FIBHHIl.To Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher, at the family home, comer of Marlon and ISth streets, Salem, Oro, on the morning of January 13, 1904. a daughter. DIED. H1DOBWAY-AI the Salem Hoepltal, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday, January 12, IBM, Mlaa Nora I Rldgeway. aged 18 years, or appendicitis. Deceased became 111 last week on Sunday momlng, and was conveyed to tho hospital, whoro an operation wuh -Jrcrfonnod, but Iho dUeaso had pro greased too far, and sho succumbetl last evening, as stated above. The funeral was hold from tho family "tos ldcnco at 2 o'clock this afternoon, and lnlcrmout was had In tho Leo Mis sion cemetery. ORANDIN.-At the, Oregon Hospital for tho Insano, Salem, Oregon, Tuos lay, January 12. 1004. John N. (Iran- din, nijod 39 years, of apoplexy. Deceased was committed from 151- gin, to which placo the romalnfr will bo shipped this aftirnoon. At Capital Olty Hotels. Barney Mny, HnrrUburg: It M. Hill oil, Prlnevllle; C. I Starr. Dallas; A U VanOsdol. Newberg; (I. W. Barnes. Prlncvllle; A. It. Bell. DallaM; J. 11. Httyngo. Rochester; Stanhope Flem Ins, Omaha: Matthias PnuUwn. Jllin nlng, Minn; It. W. K. South worth. Tacoma; Alert Arthur. Sublimity; J. I). flrelr, Pendleton; John J. WHEAT MARKETS. Chicago. Jan. IS.-What. 87S7Vi Gold Dust Flour Mde by THE SIDNEY PONVER COMPANY, Sidney, Oregon. Made fur fatly use. Ask your roor fw It Bran and shorts al ways on hand. A, T. Wain, Agt. Oregon Fitc Relief Association Orcf oi'i Orcat Muun losuwnce Co. S15.440.588 Insurance at risk. SfiSlf C0K",JC"JL. lMne for the A- JOHNSON, Ajtni for Marlon Co. Salem. Oregon- Wanted Potatoes We Want Burbank Potatoee. Kariy Ree potato. Kitiy Jackson Potatoes. Prleee Potatoes. Qrnett Chili Potatoee. James M. Kyle & Co J75Conunercla!St, RIt.aaa.4 ,k . mriMt..y.M:::v:: Yo May Need "eaiyiooitBOMr-eM. j Come to Our Money Saving Sales J voir leiticlit com tu TfVi.V...L '" ,roob,e yo or UlCWtWMtWl": lfmiW' Will tell you. If C&as. H. . .;:r ' '(hiiii aMdiiitt .m. -.--...-. - 300 Commercial 8treet KelnU, Hastings, Neb ; A. S. Mack. J. O. Gralbler, Dave Zeiss, Albany; D. F. Young, Tacoma; D. W. Waterbaugh, San Jo; S. O. Irwin, Newport, F. Toby, Portland. Deafnee Cannot Bo Cured. by local applications as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the ear. There Is only ono way to cure deaf. nese, and that Is by constlUtlenal romedlce. Deafness Is canned by an Inflamed condition of the mucua lln. Ing of Uie Eustacklaa tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rum bling sound or Itaborfoct he&rlnr. and when it Is entirely eloeed, deaf ness is the result, aad anlM the In carnation can bo taken out nl this tubo reetored to Its normal eomdltlon, noann; will be deotrored forever; nine caeee out c tea are caw4 by catarrh, which, la nothing but an la flamed condition of the kmcoim ser vice. -We will give Om Huadred Dollars for any case of draraeu (caee4 by catarrh) tkat cannot be cores' by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for 'cir culars, free. F J. CIIKNBY & CO.. Toledo n 8old by drugslsts, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the beet. When You Want Something to eat. lust trr ih whi. Honse. They can serve vnn t n'. hour of tho day or night. Money to Loan THOMAS K. FOKD. Over t.add & Hush'a Bauk. Salem. Or. H-H-4-Ht-llllilHllllHH New Today wanua Married wau to work on farm, ou sharv or wages. 0rraan preferred. Call ai 174 CowiueiTlal treet. Fred Nhrman. l-ls-34-w Wanted.-Cliawbermald. at the Salem ldclasj Howm. 1-lSlf Wanted A bay to imrM the trade; will shmH WHtM. tonuln M Owmau Bakery, rheweketa street. lU-3t nnmiiBaiinuiiHNtui Collectoi's of Bad Accounts We advertise those wlio o not pay their honest UCULO No Colleoliotu, No ChivreeB Vnn Alstint Gordon A Co, o i4 rom'l St, Phono iuam oiu. A, N. Morgan A Co, More. "WSaSSMIEISMBirtf """'WW ,bb'" yi,Iob. a ,tt Glaaws h - Hw&es. lara ........ Sale 1(11 IB L1I4 1 luk'. ... DAILY CAP JURORS CHOSEN FOR 1904 ,,-..- -- TllC LISTS fOr MariOn Connty Haye Been Completed From Which the Trial Jurors , Will Be Chosen for the Regular Terms of Circuit Court The countr court todav comnleted the work of drawing the Jury list for tho year 1904, commenced yostorday, and bolow arc given the namos of the citizens solccted for this Important duty: Aumsvllle C. F. Hein, L. "w. Con- dlt, H. A. Keene, H. G. VonDohren, S. W. Reed, O. W. Martin, W. U Cum- mlngs, Leonnrd Wnlkor, John Carter, C. B. VnnNuys, O. J. II. Fryor. Aurora Honry Bonne. D. J. Grimm, Fred Will, Ellas Durkholdor, C. Zim merman, A. II. Kraus, Jonas Will, Henry Ehlon. IlreltenbuHh J. W. Holdooke, High Dorris. Brooks A. L. Booknor. Ollvor Beers, F. X. Molsnn, Wm. Stroude, I Townsend. W. W. Landor, Buttevllle H. L-. Bontz, Godfrey Dantel, John Kennedy, W. A. Yergon, Peter Feller, W. E. Her, Jos. J. Ryan. John Murray. Champocg W. R. McKay, John Scollnrd, Andrew Wolshaar, ,C. W. A, Jetto. Chemawa U T. Roynolds, John Jefferson, Horace Horren, a J. Kurtz, E. T. Hall, J.' O. Beardsloy, Charles Claggett, Frank Smith, W. M. Gore line, N. P. Wllllnmson, Frank Kos'ch modor, J. G. Vogot, L. J. Martin, Prince Byrne, A. A. Johnson, deorgc Swolgle. ' EllUiorn T. I Popa ' Fnlrfleld L. A. Byrd. E. D. Cass. Theodore Rubons. Gorvals M. Kcpplngor. Basil De- Jordln, Scott Jones, John MllUr, V. " ) - - THS UlIOM BY A COMMITTEE OF SALEM GENTLEMEN WHO SIGN A CERTIFICATE Large Number of Guesses May Bring the Contest to a Close Sooner Tnan Was Planned at the Start "lfs the real thing. It's a fair warihavo th n7r. ..... .. . of awan,.ttt- ,.- Theee and almllarUl comwetiU wr made by the crowds In front of the C. II. H1b, jewelry store show window wh The Journal IleO dtemo.nl Tiffany aoW ring wn-i Wt on hlbitlon Saturday, and It U an unmletaknble fact that It t. .. Moad of the ivureat WRter. aB4 u ,Iai. iK wuite stone of the kind now most fashionable, that an ,. ..,. In the bwt Jowelry torw at $180. and ll mi see II Will gv , mu .... ting will be completed In a few dns and then ou can go In and put It on your lady'a nnger. and tell her you have made the kuuk ..- n . her behalf, and. this being Mp y,or, sho may say the words thnt u-4in ... ou happy. Many Gutsses Saturday. There was a mnniK.i .. . -. inrvam Ol .uu.cr.uers Saturday taking th0 num. bored reeolpta. nBa wrtt,Bg tho, In tho soldered tin box tv. ... i .. -,. "" oour- .... mere wer, ladles and gen tlemen, state and city 0ffl.i.i. .... now men and some of , ..' . -on wko wore taken by the mty to participate In a -pJJJ . ..:..." "' tree .... . fcUi a w uumond rinB onto their tlngw. Hob n . b . Jefferson, ea-nnwi-nt '. . V , ..-.'. w state . ncuuuro. paid a year in to wear the dtan- Jt' Pf long Uae H.rrJrX: " ITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREOOH, WEDNEBOAV, JANUARY 13, 1904. Wattler, Joe. Rubens, John Weiss, B. IMaio. j Horeb Robert Shaw, W. H. B. Stewart, Andrew Taylor. i Howell Dennis Manning, Wlllnrd 'joffereon, Blvin Arnold, J. B. Walt man, Ellis Stevens, J. F. Anderson, A. L. Ask, C. W. Stege. iTnhhnr.1 W. T. Grimm. Geo. Wol- 'fer, George Knight, narvey uinKie, James Uonner, Geo. Khlon, Marcus Smith Wm. Jordan. John Scholl. fer, George Knight, Harvey Hlnkle Smith, Wm. Jordan, John Scholl Jefferson Frank Fletchor, N. H. Doty, G. B. Hoyt, H. D. Conser, J. F. Stelwer, John Looney, John Kirk. Liberty W. W. Culver, Ed. Jory, G. H. Croisan, Geo. Whlteaker, T. C. Davidson. W. McOilchrist, Bruce Cun nlnchnm. Rov Ohmart. S. S. Brownell, J. W. Hunt, W. T. Clark, H. P. Cleve land. Mnnlenv J. F. Klnc. John Slouch. W. A. Taylor, Edgar Hartley, D. W. Pnio ' u..in. x r nn.i,o. Mnn-inn Cook, J. I... Gento'i A. H. Hunt, Frank Llbby. Monama tj. a. layior, j. j. bcihs, A. Lambrecht, J. H. Ponnebaker. Stayton J. P. Ledgcrwood, S. T. Darby, G, Thomns, Fred Rock, Geo L. Brown, J. B. Jeter, Warren Richard son. Sublimity J. T. Hunt, U N. Eng lish, J. A. Dltter, IL Schollborg, G. W. Murphy, Honry Benson, F. P. Glover. Tumor J. S. Shanks, Wm. HlUeary, C. C. WItzel, E. G. Richard, D. M. Morris, John A. Shnfor, J. N. Robert son. Scotts Mills Jamos T. Smith, Grant C. Matlock. Jamos Shonhord. C. W. McGowan, Lab an Mauldlng, J. S. Richie, Sidney E. B. Cochran. J. Beckwith. Jamos Elgin, Henry Palmor, George Marlatt. A. L. Wliltoman. Silver Falls Oliver Butler, John Rossell. South Sllvorton Alex Thompson, Frank Egnn, B. F. Davenport. M. Sknlfe, Zach Davonport, W. II. Hum phrey. J. II. Riches, L. B. Geer. Sllvorton W. L. Hicks, Honry Bach, C. F. DeGuIro, Julius Flshor. Wm. Jack, J. D. Hicks, T. D. Allon, I Am oa North Sllvorton S. T. Hobart. J. J. Wright, Jos. Cliamness, E. S. Porter, U. S. Simmons, A. O. Steelhammor, John T. Bowon. St. Paul Jamos L. Cook, J. N. Good ing, Job. Provost, T. J. Kerr, Theo. Boutin. Monitor Q. Storts, C. F. Bonnoy, befo e he Zk 7 " "' "T.1! I '- UV UB oon as taken the diamond win . awarded. The Number to Be Guessed At. There It Is, sealed up In an envelope In the window with the diamond, and there It will remain until the diamond Riven away to the lucky guessor. Written across the face of a large white envelope aro the wnm.. no,,,' mooW contains tho unknown num ber in The Capital Journal Diamond Gussalng Contest." This number was formed In exact nursnnn .. , advtto6,l In The Journal, by a com mittee of buslnew men and Journal subscribers, who came Into the office -, morning, lowing 8 their tmed statement on exhibition at Mr Hinges' sliow windew: The Unknown Number. e. the undorslctni . ., . , "- -- " trvuom at Tho Journal offlea Jn.,. i,.w . . SK'".5--i-iS --"". oruing to tho plan pub lished to be Msed in th n ',..7 .pUt nal Diamond CiuwA,s Contort. Un der tho rules of forming the number. L Pf 8,bIe f0r 0' ot even hueh,,Trie" l. Ittco, the T.TTTHirT.nn nnn-nTTm II Bfl U U" U Jill II I ill iiujimjiafurtiiuiiu --" i iun Journal, nor the Jowelor who fumi.v, .v. . uie Wnow what , ho number is. (s, ". w. JUUAH, J- O. GIIAIIAM, GEO. a WILL, HAL. D. PATTON CHAS. II. Hl.vai FRANK n t.on.'... The abeve BaMe4, WBt, Gand Opera Hotfse JNO. F. CORDRAY, Mgr. Tharsday, Jantrary 4 The Funniest Play of the Century TUT Tmijmc Cahn AVAL Prosents the farco that has mado all Now York and Boston mugn ana jb it present tho reigning success in uuu- don, Richard & Harris- roaring, mi licking, merry comedy, Are You a Mason Arinntmi fmm tho Gorman by Leo nirrlplistnln. Uproarious humor, keen satire, ex- pnirlnHnclv funnv DlOt. Company of oxcoptlonal comedians. A comedy success of two continents. Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c, 35c. Scats on sale at box office Thurslay at 9 a. m. Edison Theatre 143 State Street. F. A. WILSON, Proprietor. Monday, January i t Entlro chance of DrocTam. Balley'3 Dog Circus wonderful trained ani malsa treat to the children. John Cohurn. black-faco comedian. finishing his act with his wonderful troupo of trained doves. Mr. J. Harrington, sllver-toncd ten or, will sing tho illustrated song. Raymond & Clark, In an entire new act. Madame Lovoll in high-class ballads Children 10c, adulto 20c. W. E. Owon, J. R. White, J. H. Sim mons, C. W. Hobart. Mt Angol T. Hook. J. W. Ebner. Thos. Howo, Theobold Klrsch, Morion Palmar, Juhn Butsch, E. E. Settle- mior. Salem No. 1 Wm. Waldo. A. H. Schaefer, W. II. Burghardt, Sr W. D. Claggett, E. A. Thatcher, D. J. Fry. Arthur Glovor, W. D. Ptigh. Salem No. 2 II. B. Thlolson,.A. B. Gardner, E. Cooke Patton, Alexander Clark, U M. Kirk, Thomas Kay, S. A. Rlggs, G. W. Johnson, E. T. Barnes. J. A. Baker, J, Pi Frlzzoll, G. W. Put nam, W. M. Chorrington, H. S. Belle. Russell Cntlln. Salem No. 3 H. W. Barr. Wm. Brown, B. S. Radabnugh, C. A. Gray,' R, Wv Carey, Thos. Sims, John Gray, A. S. Epley, I. W. Borry. Salem No. 4 T. B. Walt. F. W Boworsox, J. C. Goodale, Jr., W. C. Hubbard, W. M. Slogmund, U. S. Loh- S:, J- ?? , . , , .,.u, ,, r, null, A. .11 Patrick, Chas. II. Walker. J. A. Dnrr M C Pettys, M. Van Fleet. C. D. Purely, Jas. A. French. Salem No. 5 Enos Prosnall.. Ooo. n Will, T. J. Cronlso. D. A. Whlto, II. C Fletchor, II. I. Drown. Frod Ostop man, O. C. Ilutchlns. F. H. Knvior Jos. Cooley. Salem No C W. N. Savngo, Chas. Van Wagner, F. E. Shnfor w n Matthew, A. S. Burton. C. i. Pn,-. menter. J. N. Sknlfo, A. J. Basoy, J. W. Young, James F. Gamin r.an n.,1 tins. - -WWUt Uf Salem No. 7 D. C. MInto. A. rrn.m C. F. Mason, Amos Vase. W t ir-i..' Chas. F. Mclntlro, N. P. Raamussen' S. S. Martin. Hast Salem Frank A. Herren, J D Horner. Boyd Ashby, B. B. Gesner' Lemuel Martin. Columbus. Jan. 13. Ifenna wng to day declared senator for a six-year term. He mado an address 4. beobees JBAnemr'jrour&& 30-Days Sale Sec Our Wednesday's and Thursday's Specials & iTprK V0 Whether we ... our spr.no O00d8 out'on "e r ' ZZV - '' """ T on, ,reet lts snelf room we want now. Read 11-00, black silk peau de.sote, a splendid thick lustrous qual ity, sale prlco. yard 6ic 15c elastic duck lining canvas, sale prlco, yard 8e 15cGUborts Seloslas. yard 9c Mo Molro weavo black perc'a' line, salo price, j-ard ... Vu,c 45c black and colored silk morcerhed sateen, soft and lustrous, sale price, yard ...Mo 65c Oxford silk finished waist. Ings. beautiful rich quality "He Price, yard ' 75c black Moreen, thick '" heavy, fine for unHnbt... le price, yard "45c The Cheai.t .cfnrA Every i Lady 1 Is taking advnntngo of o January Sales. Every storo in town, fro0 newspaper talk, is offering ro markablo bargains, but e soem to bo getting tho blggt patronago because our goodj aro all now and stylish and ouj prices lower than all others Dafcymples The Better Store i 1 Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. Notico is horcby glvon that ther ualar annual mooting of tho tto holdors of tho Thos. Kay Woolen 1 Company will bo hold at tho office tho company In Salem, Oregon, Til day, January 19th, nt 2 o'clock a il for the purpose of electing dJrectel R. H. COSHOff, Ml-7t Socrtbnl Some Mote Weathei Suitablo for biko capos. Tfe hiu the long rubber caDoa for men boys roach bolow tho kneeo-and j If you keep your knee. and dry you nro not half as likely catch cold. And those mud guards, tho I biooi icuows, with tho rubber n catchers on tho end. Wo can i you now rubbers If you noeel them. Carbido for your lamp, two pom for a quartor. Oil amps, too, for thoso wis Jr for thorn. F. A. Wtorfas' Implement House, 255-257 Liberty 8t Farm Machlnory. Blcvclac Autornt bllee, Sewing Machine and 8uppHj o N. H. BURLEY, Sewing- Xfltiln. T)n.lrln farmers, call and cot n McConalrtl eaienuar. Continued 12fcc erotons, sale price, yt 8 l-3c 15c flannellotto waistlngs, yd.- 12V4c Scotch zephyr dress ging hams, now shades, ydrd....9 39c turkey red table damask.yd 25 20c bleached tablo damask, yd 25c V5c double blankets, pair ... Sc 10c white Turkish towels ... 5c 20c large Turkish towols ,...12e 12Hc teasel down outing flannel now shades, yard 81-Se 75c soiled, shirt waists 35c ladles' 35c outing flannel un dershirts, salo prlco 19c 11.35 outing flannel night gowns handsomoly trlmmpd. tucked and plaited, cloamnco price . -86c j-t.. ., .1" : i -H0 i-...V-. - - mbb: If the gueew ken ,(- . i!l!!!?yBrot&ers,CoHrt Stlsalem soaall .,! K- .. """ ,a P r-- " "' maii M fH u they Irte 4 j. w l-TI na "