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DAILY CAT1TAI, JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1000.
3 m Tea TeAJ I CEYLON 1 atg&m oday Four room box house and five lots in Englewood, on car line, with good Iwell, fine -water; nice small fruit; Loganberries, blackberries, Raspber Irles and strawberries; for $G00. Good farm to rent on shares; stock for sale cheap. Good 10 acres of land flvo miles northeast of city; ?G0O cash or will take a good heavy team on same. Fine 10 acres close In only $1600. Fine 11 acres, three miles out. $2000. Houso for rent; stock for sale; life, accident and sick benefit Insur ance, lire Insurance and pay 100 cents on the dollar for losses or acci dent; notary work the Old Reliable See R R Ryan 546 State St WATCHES Spoclal discount on all watches the remainder of this month. Big stock Dig assortment of designs. Big Taluos at OHAS. H. HINGES Lending Jeweler and Optician. 123 Commercial Street. BRICK sH3& raSS JUl;hVTiaBBH Brick furnished in large or smnuj1'8' or 8ent y mal1' Treat,se ...,, , . . . , freo Write mo about your case. Dr. "."untitles. Pressed brick made to Bosanko Pha Pa order. Yard on State Street, south of Penitentiary. SALEM BRICK YARD A. A.. BURTON, Prop. ""Tiimmiiminimi1 I Gnte rwf Ffm i! Made by THB BYDNBY FOW EB COMPANY. Sidsnr. Oregon. 1 Made for family te. Ask your icr 1 or it. juraa aaa snores , js on hand. Si rP. B. Wallace AGENT ""'HIIIHIIHIUMMMII I FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. 1a. a - fc. IJKS Tt UK. eil " WUMl-i Uo V.UnfeltfeMUU.AAt.lMMU.W Satisfaction SEVEN FLAVORS Golden' Gate Japan Golden Gate English Breakfast Golden Gate Ceylon Golden Gate Oolong Golden Gate" Fancy Blend Golden Gate Gunpowder Golden Gate Black and Green 'PachA tn FavorTi'gt Carton! J. A. Folger & Co., San Fnincisco MARKET QUOTA TIONS TODAY "Make 8alem a Good Home Market" SALEM MARICET. The Stelncr Market. Eggs Per dozen, 25c. Hens 12c. Frys 12,c. Ducks 89c. ' Poultry, Eggs, Etc, Eggs Per dozen, 2Cc. ' Butter Retail Country, 20c, cream ery, 25c. Hens 11 c. Frys lie. Geese 07c Ducks 89c.' Fruits, Vegetables, Etc. New potatoes 65 cwt. Onions 90c cwt. Tropical Fruits. Bananas 5,c per pound. Oranges $5. 00 f 6.00 Lemons $5?G. Uvo Stock Market. Steers 3(5)3140. Cows 2 2 He. , - Sheep 3 c. Dressed Veal 6 7c. Fat Hogs 6g8. Stock Hogs 5 & 6c. Gram and Food. Bnled Clover $6.00. Cheat ?6.00. Timothy $S.503?9.50." Oats 30c. 4 . Bran .$18. i, Shorts $19. f Barley $18.00. v w Wheat, 65 c. Flour $3.60. TORTLAXn MARKET. Wheat Club, 63c; Valley 66Q 68c; bluestem, 65c. Oats Choice white, $23 2,4c. Mlllstuff Bran, $14.50. Hay Timothy, $10 $11, Alfalfa, $10.00. Vetch $.7 7.50. Potatoes SO 90c. Poultry Average old hens, 14c; mixed chickens, 13 13; young roosters, 14 15c; dressed chick ens, 14 15c; turkeys, live, 16 geese, live, 810c; geese, dressed, 10 12c;; ducks, 14c; pigeons, $1 Pork Dressed, 7Sc. Beef Dressed, 45. Mutton Dressed, 7 8c. Hops Oregon, 1905, 10 12c: 1906 contracts, 154 174. Wool Valley, conro to medium, 2022c; Eastern Oregon, 'l5 19c. Mohair 2830c. Butter Fancy Creamery, 27 30c; stlro butter, 15 17c. o . Sure Cure for Pileu. Itching Piles produce moisture and cause ucning, wis form, as well as Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles are cured by Dr. Bo-san-ko'a Pile Remedy. Stops itching and bleed ing. Absorbs tumors. 50c a Jar. at Highest Price For POULTRY AXD EGGS POTATOES ONIONS AXD ALL PRODUCE CAPITAL COMMISSION CO. 267 Commercial St. General ..Machine Works.. E. M. KIGnXLIXGER, Prop. 178 South Com. St. AVE BUILD ANYTHING TIIAT CAN RE MADE FROM IRON OR 8TKEL. NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS "WORKMEN EMPLOYED. General Repairing SotkHed 8-1 5-1 m GOOD SCORES Veteran Trap Shooters Some Extfa Fine Shooting Do It was a pleasure for the members of the Salem gun club to entertain, and see the performance of the ten crack blue rock shots, who came hero yesterday from Portland to show the locals a thing or two in that fasci nating pastime. About 100 interested spectators were on tho grounds to see the big "guns" shoot, and all enjoyed the exhibition Immensely. R. O. Helkes, the aged veteran crack shot whom his associates have canonized as '"the original grand pa," proved to be one of tho two high guns shooting a tie with H. C. Hlrschy. Although 63 years of age, "Dad" Helkes shoots with tho accuracy and alacrity of a youth. H. C. Hlrschy camo out second best and W. R. Crosby was also among the top notchors. SeVeral of tho Salem trap shoot ers took part In tho tournament, but the presence of tho veterans gaVe them "tho trembles" and they did not do as well as usual. Tho visitors spoke well of tho local shooting ' grounds nnd had It not been for tho stiff breeze thoro would have been some decidedly good shooting. Hero are the sceres: Birds Broke R. O. Helkes 125 116 W. R. Crosby 124 .113 H. C. Horschy 125 116 T. A. Marshall 124 103 Walter Huff 125 114 W. A. HIlIIs 125 108 W. A. Robertson 125 102 Frank Howo 125 109 B. W. King .., 125 101 H. Ellis 125 111 Antrim ' 50 43 ueo. Palmer 25 Jas. L,ewls 25 Roscoo Shelton 50 John Maurer 50 21 20 45 42 Beautiful Women. Plump cheeks, flushed with the son glow or neaith and a puro com plexion, mnko all women beautiful Take a small dose of Herblno aftor each meal; It will pro vent constipa tion and help digest what you have eaten. Mrs. Wm. M. Stroud, Mid lothian, Tex., writers, May 31, 1901- "We have used Herblno In our family for eight years, and found it tho best medlclno we over used for constipa tion, bilious fever nnd malaria. Sold by D. J. Fry. Monday's Court Proceedings. Judgo Galloway yesterday grant ed divorce decrees as follews: Martin Smith against Verona Smith; testimony taken and decree of dlvorco granted as prayed for in complaint. Ida M. Remington against Eugcno L. Remington; decree of dlvorco granted. Ava Pearl Sabln against L. E. Sabln; dlvorco granted. Other entries were: Werner Breyman against James O'Haro and Mary A. O'Hare: fore closure; decreo on stipulation.' Mary McGrath against Thomas G. Conner; partition; refereo's report filed an approved. Lucy G. Saunders againBt Js'olson H. Saunders, suit for divorce; dis missed on motion of plaintiff, o , Miles of Red Tape. No special meeting of tho city council was held last evening as a quorum was not present. The meet ing was called to discuss and tako final action with reforenco to tho North Commercial concrete bridge. There Is a difference between tho member3 of tho brldgo committee and Mr. Glocker, tho contractor, about tho specifications for tho con struction of tho bridge. It is prob able that the matter will bo settled at tho council meeting Monday. 1 0 . Probate Court Matters. Judgo Scott yesterday granted an Bonham. tp sell 32 acres of the farm adjoining Highland Park addition. in North Salem. In tho matter of tho guardianship of Henriotto Holverson, minor. th guardian, Jennio Anderson, peti tioned tho court for an order au thoring her to sell 31 acres of land, tnd tho time fixed by the court to order to Mildred A. Bonham. admin istratrix of the late Judo li. P Can Certify to Death. ,w Osteopaths, or any ono who has had charge of the patient, can sign a death certificate. Such is tho opin ion of Attorney-General Crawford, in response to an Inquiry from tho state board of health. Under tho laws of the state the attorney-general holds that it Is not required that a death certificate be signed by a uuty licensed and practicing phy sician, but may bo signed by any person who has personal charge of tho patient. Osteopaths can mnko out the required certificate. To Dissolve Partnership. . Daniel Donnhue, who Is Interested with S. E. Russell nnd C. N. Robin son In n partnership formed for tho purpose of furnishing fir piling to the Southern Pacific and other rail way companies, has commenced no- tlon in the circuit court asking that ho nnp)no.i.l,i i. .11 . rtiiicnuii uu dissolved, anu a receiver appointed to take charge of the business. On his ninety-fifth birthday a Malno man hns signed a pledge to quit chewing tobacco. Somebody must have told him thnt It had a tendency to shorten life. It is reported thnt John D. Rocke feller Is going to 'endow a homo for chorus girls. Say what you will about the good deacon, thoro' seems to bo method in his baldness. Curo for Slcfc-IIendnclie. Wo had a letter tho othor day from a lady In tho town of Boulder, Colo., that should bu of Intor6st to people who are troubled with spells of sick headache. Sho writes that sho had these spells about four times a week, was obliged to go to bed and remain there from 8 to 10 hours each time. Hnd been troubled this way for several years, and tho at tacks became moro frequent. Doc tors done her no good, sho tried dieting, as every body said It was from her stomach. Seeing an adver tisement of Dr. Qunn's Improved Liver Pills, which said, they cure sick headache by removing tho cause, sho decided to try ono moro, nnd sent 50 cents for two boxes. Sho said sho had taken the lnst-pill moro than 4 months ago, has not had a sick spell of any kind for over 5 months. Druggists sells thoso pills for 25c per box. It only takes ono for a dose, they curo Blck headache every time. Files will not settle on windows thnt have been washed with water with which a little kerosene has been mixed, Well Worth Trying. W. II. Brown, the popular pension attorney, of Plttsfleld, Vt., says: "Next to n pension, tho best thing to get is Dr. King's New Llfo Pills.,, Ho writes: "they koep my family in splendid health." Quick euro for Headache, Constipation and Bilious ness. 25c. Guaranteed at J. C. Perry's drug store. Ono of the curious customs In con gress Is to furnish free lomonado for senators, while representative's must pny for tho samo luxury. Th,e latter aro beginning to grutnblo nt what they call discrimination. No one seems to understand why tho dis tinction Is made. $5,000 Reward will hp paid to any person who can find one atom of opium, chloral, morphine, cocaine, ether or chloroform or thcif derivatives in any of Dr. Miles' Remedies. This reward is offered be cause certain unscrupulous persons make false statements about these remedies. It is understood that this reward applies only to goods purch ased in the open market, which have not been tampered with. Dr. Miles' remedies cure by their strengthening and invig orating effect upon the nervous system, and not by weakening the nerves. "I consider that tnere ore no bttw remedies put up than Pr. Mllea' Nervine, Xntl-Paln mil, and Nerve and Liver Fill. We have uw-d tbem for rear, asd recommend them ta many other. My wife 1 win the Nervine, and consider It tlu beat medlclfre in the world. A tody friend et tainc, who -was almost a total nerv c-ue wreck, throueh ray earneet solid fatten has used several bottles o( the Nerrtae with wonderful reult' WM. CROMK. Salt take City, Utak. Dr. Mile' Antl'Paln Pllli are sold by yeur tfruMMt, who win ausrsnise nsi tKe ttrtt MckJM will benefit. If H fW. he win return ye 8 .' seftte. N ur money. vr m In twMc flADE FROfl NATIVE ROOTS. 5AFE AND RELIABLE. That the roots of many nntlvo nlnnt HllinillK Mllll III wur iwuuuuni ICIOSIS ...!.. ...11.1 I.. A .1 . .".. possess rcinarkulilo properties for tho euro of human maladies lies is well proven. Even Indian line! learned tho the untutoml Inc curative value of somo of thoso and taught tho early settlors their uses. Tho Indian never liked work so hq wanted hta squaw to gut well as soon ns iwssiulo that she nilijht do tho work and. lot him hunt. 1 hemfuro, ho dim " papoose root " for her, for that was their great remedy for fo aialo wrakiiFSfcs. Dr. Pierce uses the satno root called llliio Cohosh In his "! a vorito Prescription," skillfully com bined with other agents that make It more effeutlvo than any other medlclno In curliia ull tho various weaknesses and painful deraugoments peculiar to women. Many nllllcttHl women have boon saved from tho operating table nud tho sur- goons K11110 uy tlie timely uso of Doctor Tierce's tavorltp. Prescription. Tender ness over thi! lower pelvic region, with backache, spells of iliulnoss, iuliitness, lionrltiit down pains or distress should not go unheeded. A eourso of Favorite Pre scription" will work marvelous bcnollt in ail such eases, and generally effect a permanent curo if persisted In for a nv sellable length of time. Tho "Favorlto I'rOScHntlOll I 11 ll.-nnlf.e nrrnnt li.tl.in wholly prepared from native medicinal root, without a drop of alcohol in Its make up, whereas all other medicines, put up for sale through druggists fur woman's tiecullar aliments, contain largo quantities of spirituous liquors, which aro very harmful, especially to dollcato wnnfwi. "1'iivorlto Prescription" con tains neither alcohol nor harmful hablt formliiK drugs. All its Ingredients aro printed on each bottlo wrapper. It Is a powerful Invigorating tonic, Imparting health and strength in particular to tho organs distinctly fomlnlne. For weak and sickly women, who aro "worn-out," or debilitated, especially for women who work In store, oilfco, rir school-room, who sit at tho typewriter or sewing mnchlno, or bear heavy household burdens, and for niirsllltf mothers. Hr. Ilnmn' fritvnrltn Prescription will prove a priceless lienotlt because, of Its health - restoring and strength-giving power. For constipation, tho truo, scientific euro Is Dr. I'lerco's Pleasant PclloU Mlid, harmloss, yet sure. The Fashion Stables Tormoily Simpson's Stablos. Up-to-dato llvory and cab line. Funeral turnouts a specialty. Tally ho for picnics and excursions. Phone 44. CHAS. W. YANNKE, Prop. 247 and 249 High Otreot. MONEY TO LOAN. On Real Estate Mortgages, Vylte A. Moores, City Hall. CHINA STORE Special salo, silks, fancy goods, embroldory, lnco, gents' and ladlos' furnishing goods, wraps, coats, pants and suits, trunks, mattings and blan kets. Wo make up new lines of wrappers, waists, whlto undorwonr, and klmonns. Everything going nt lowest prlcos. Hate Wing Sang Co. 340 Court St., Salem, Or. Just ReceivecJ Two cars of best 8tar A 8tar Cedar Shinglos. Ilavo you tried Mnlthoid Hoofing or P. & B. Building PaporT Full Guarantee. Woven Wire Fencing of all kinds Fence Posts, Ga'cs, Onto Hardware and Screen Doors. WALTER MORLEY, 250 Court St., Balom, Or. Salem- Independence Launch Coloma AFTEIt SEPTEMBER J ST Leaves Salem at 2 : 00 p. m Arrivo at Independence . .4,30 p, m. Lenvo Independence .... 8f 30 a. m. Arrivo at Salem 930 a. m. Boat subject to charter on Sundays and between snllrng hours. A. D. PETTYJOHN & SON, Props. Spont wisely is the source of much satisfaction. Why not spend a little of It wisely now buying groceries of us? Baker, Lawrence & Baker SncoMors te Hirritt ft Lawrence. White House Restaurant GEORGE BROS. Proprs. Is prepared, to accomodate any sized crowd at any time of the day or night. PJione Mala 19 Kate M. Meals served at all Vowrs, Satisfied When you njeet a cook or housewife with a satisfied look, you can rest assured that they , use EPPLEY'S PERFECTION BAKING POWDER Put Up In ("J laws Jars. C. M. EPPLEY Manufacturer Salem. Oregon Wild Rose Flour $1.00 Per Sack Only Flour sold In Snlom thnt Is mndo from . - Old Wheat If you uso Wild Rose, you will not hnvo sticky broad. LjFOR sale at all grocers GOLDSMITH'S "HAUNCH VENISON" thnt ho lauded must have boon. tho plcturo. of our line legs of prlmo lamb and mutton. "Tho haunch was a plcturo for paint ers to study, Tho fat wns bo whlto and tho loan was so ruddy." .Export Judges of prlmo and Juicy meats aro nlwnys delighted with tho choice cuts that wo sond to their or der from our utock of lino ments. We hnndlo nothing but tho best. Wo hnug It In our cold storago for tho proper length of time, nnd wo sell your moro nourishment at tho snmo prlco than you can find In Salem. 13. V. CI (OSS TUB TOWN OHIKK, Couldn't mnko an nnnounccmeat that would plenio tbe pabllc better than when wo till thcin ttut their laundry work will be done to porfee tioa and the Salem Steam Laundry can't bo competed with anywhere la the country for the pereetloa of its work on linen, slllrs or woolens. W defy competitlon'in tblt llne,becauio If there were any better tAOthodp wo would hav them at onep. Try 'the Salem Steam Laundry. Prices right, 8ALEM 8TKAM LAUNDKY. Oolene-1. J. OlMitead, prop. FHONB 30. lM-lbH H. UtrXty Wi. HOTEL OREGON pe-raet of Bereata sad fKark Streets, Perth ad, Oregon. The aew aa4 nedera hotel of tbe elty Caters partiealtrly to roIdts of B lea aad ether Oregoa eltle. Xaroftm plsa. Free bs. Raise $1.00 per dy a4 upward. HaadsesHMrt gprLll la Mts West, aa4 prieee ae lew ae la pla lees attraetive. DsUy Capital Jenraa 9t H. OF ft!; K J4I i.i ,iv 1 tl in In ! ., v ;';1 n f 'V LI r , hear tier petition is October 1st, at 10 a. m. SeMta kr StoM. MjJ Mical Co., Elkhart, lad WJeMIHT-DICfntXMX HOTXL 09, w Z L'. 4A.