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JlAIXiV CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1000.
w it- Sllvcrton Reins. Ouster Rosa ahd Bert Bnrkhurst wont to Portland last Saturday. Earl Woods, of Howell Pralrlo was in the ctty last Sunday. J. Edison went to California last Wednesday. Misses Byrd Cooloy, Jennto Cooloy, Jounlo Barkhurst and Messrs. Frank Wray and Willis Cooloy attended the danco nt Mt. Angol last Thursday evonlng. Miss Elma FIschor attended tho danco at Mt. Angol Thursday. Tho P. M. 0. Club will moot at the homo of Miss Myrtlo Dunnolla next , "Wednesday evening. Miss Sadlo Mnttldlng, -who has boon visiting her slstor In Portland, returned to hor homo near tho city last Wednosday. Win, Evens and daughter, Luanna, wont to Portland last Wednosday. A pleasant surprlso party was giv en at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Oa car Cavonder last Tuesday ovenlng, In honor of Miss Nellie. A largo crowd nttondod, and u plonsant time was had by all. Miss Ertna Hall inndo a trip to Portland last week. Tho MIbscb Ida Edison, Elma Ames and Florence FIschor, of Mt Angol ncadomy, visited in tho city laBt wcok. Mrs. Edgar Stahl, of Salem, visit ed with hor mother, Mrs. Nottlo Schlador, last week. Tho grand ball glvon at tho W. 0. W. hall last Wednesday ovenlng was well nttondod, nnd n pleasant time was had by all. Miss Dyrd Cooloy, Jounlo Cooloy nnd Mr. Frank Wray spont Thanks giving at tho homo of Miss Jonnlo Barkhurst. Tho MIbhoh Georgia and Jonnlo Booth, of Salem, vlsltod nt tho homo of Mrs, L. H. Fischer ThnnkBglvlng. Lyman Leonard visited In tho city tho latter part of last weok. Tho schools of Sllvorton woro dis missed liiHt WcduoBday until after Thanksgiving. MIbs Wilson, who hna boon teach ing tho KliiHor district, returned to hor homo In Hulom Thursday. HIIININO MARK. AIno Proven to llo Kouii'tliliig of a Milling S'hnrk. Loh Augolod, Dee. 3. Dr. J. Lin Grunt, n mining promotor of Gold Held, who Is wanted on n felony chnrgo nt that placo, remains In hid ing. It Is rumored ho may have etnrtcd for Huston, whoro Mm. Ly mnn Is said to bo living. Anothor liollof Is that Lyman is headed for Moxlco. o . - vi,4,4 4.4.n.,4 44,,4..M4, JHOTEL ARRIVALS Willamette. A. W. Porter, San Francisco. W. 13. Jonun, 8un Francisco. I). Doughty. E. Stanton, St. Paul. A. P. Spltko, Omaha. C. 1). Johnson, Philadelphia. 0. 13. Wuggouor, Portlnnd. II. Ploroo, Portland. Miss dines Van Order, Salsm. W. 13. Frsl Portland. L. K. Pearson. Portland. II. 13. Ilruudt, Dm Mqlnoa, In. II. Kuupupboudori Orogou Olty. J. TowiiHoud. Cottltgt'. T. M. llrltton, Portland. Chns. Sohlolds, Prliwlllo. Fred Poole, Ferndale, Cal. F. L. Hurlbutt, Ferndale, Cal. C. I). Fraser, Ferndale, Cal. 0. R. Hockott and wife, Orogou City. F. J. Audross, Portland. I Stnplotnu. Portland. Snlcm. t William Gardner, St. Paul. John Wilson, Portlund. II. J. nigger, Balom. J S. Luobut, Jefferson. The Bank Habit Possibly you who rend this tiavo never kopt a bank account. If not, lot us suggest that you try tho exporlinont. You will find It helpful In many ways, Asldo from tho fact that your money will bo safo from theft nnd flro, such a habit tends to thrift and economy, dlsclplluo and a goneral understanding of business princi ples, all of which aro essential to success. It also affords a conve nient method for the payment of bills; and, as tho checks are al ways pratorrod nnd roturnwl to you, they servo as receipts for the amount pl4. Wo will bo pleased to serre you as your banker. Come in and opa a bank account. Salem St&t Baalc Xm IC PaGc Pftatt E. W. HAZARD. CuUir WAYS TO EARN MONEY. Abundance Tor lie IVomnn ot Orlt, Iruliintrr ami Common Scnuc. No woman with good senim need ever bo poor. Tho matter lies within tier own choice. Around her, wher fiver she In. urc opportunities for mon y ounifny If Mic sets herself to find liictu and is willing to work Independ ently. For women l the country perhaps uothlng pays ho well us poultry raiding If well manugod. The wuolo land Is now Invaded In summer by the city boarder. There Ib good sale almost everywhere for eggs and chlckeus of all ages, particularly broilers. In a couutry place where I was In August the peoplo sold eggs for from 80 to 83 cents a dozen at their doors. Hoarding houso and hotel keepers had to hnve them at any coat. I was so Interested In this subject of poultry rearing for women thnt I Investigated some "poul try ranches," bb thoy arc called. One farmer who hnd gone Into chlckons experimentally, learning tho business as he went along, succeeded from the Btart so Well that ho abandoned ngrl culturo and devoted himself to poultry Poultry rearing Is light work noth lug l'u It that a woman, cannot do. She needs to have, of course, somo me chanical skill, which can bo acquired, and alio needs to tend carefully to her fowls and keep up to dalo In their mnnagoment Thnt Is all. A friend who knows tolls mo that ono woranu enn get a living off 100 hens. A branch of tho poultry business Is pigeon and squab raising. It Is at tracting attention now, for thoro Is much profit In It. Tho squab market Is nover fully supplied. Ono woman who morcly raises pigeons In her back yard suys Bho has an excellent lncomo from them. QhlMiliWfcWfcWilliWlWMini a 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 II ill II II 111 1 m 81 1 II I I 1 1 1 1 II II II 1 1 1 1 ' 1 I'M II II 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 H-W-H-frfrl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 I M-WHH t HOLIDAY GOOD Cooks. 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I II II J I I I I I t I M I I I IH M Ml 1 1 I I II M I I II I I I I I I I II I I 1 H III I I II 1 1 I II H-M I I M I 1 1 I II I H I I I M H4-HH 1 J So long as this old earth rolls thoro will bo universal demand for things to eat and things to wear. A well to do woman declares that If sho were a poor girl starting In llfo sho would first of nil become a trained, perfect cook, educating herself In somo of tho many schools of domestic sclonco now within roach of every ono. Thoro Is bucIi an over unsatisfied demand for good cooks thnt sho who Is skilled In this occupa tion can almost mnko her own term as to pay and qulto mako them as to hours of rest and recreation. Sho need not lw a drudging slave at nil. Cook ing Is hard work, but whnt Is not, If It Is dono properly? Thcro Is n genutno QZ H mil XWMmkF VUKDINO TUB 1'IOUONH. artistic pleasure lu preparing good food and dlNhlug It up In an attractive nrnn uor. Many weakling women grunt nnd groan and say thoy have not health ouough to do such hard work, lloshl Where thcro an grit and will power health will always follow. e An immense cargo arrived on Thanksgiving Day, and they are nearly all displayed ready for inspection. FOR THE PEOPLE All know that this store is in the hands of the creditors, and the last stand will now be made. The goods must be sacrificed at any price TO GET THE CASH. The old business was one of which Salem people were proud, and the stock was superb. This has been replenished with the latest and newest in holiday novel ties, and the new goods with the old MUST BE CONVERTED INTO CASH AT ANY SACRIFICE The goods arc here, and the prices will do the rest; all that is necessary is to see the goods with the cut prices on them and you will buy. WATCH FOR OUR AD YOKOHAMA TEA COMPANY Phone 67 Main. Goods delivered in city limits (ililiiilliiWitiliWlilfcltlilliViMriiii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 u ii i I COMPANIES ORGANIZE. Mlllln.ry and Draiimaklno, Tho costumer'a trade Is now so profit able that numerous collego womcu huvo.gonu Into It, declaring It pays bot ter timn any profession thoy could on ter. Somo of tho best known dress makers In this country have Incomes ot $10,000 to $20,000 a year. Tho couutry Is Hooded with botch dressmukers, with no aspiration and no skill or joy In their work, who ought to bo starved uwbllo till thoy learn to do decent tit ting nnd sowing. In every city, largo or small, thoro Is room for all tho really competent dressmakers that put lu au appearance. Tho same Is truo to n great oxtont of milliners and tho mil linery trade Put this trade, too, suf fors under tho curst) of botches aud the unambitious. J! Varlod Work of Woman. It lu about proved that a womau can do anything sho sots her head to. Tin only requisite Is that sho shall thor oughly kuow her business aud attend to It Tho womau of euterprlso and capability will do hotter to go lute trado for herself than to work fot tiomebody else, A firm of women papet hungers Is doing a rushing business It one city. Mrs. Hoguo of Denver owns and manage u lllll street car Hn. Mrs. Buloppoy of Wichita, Kan., bt hi srtlstlc sign painter. Sho had b art school trslnlug aud has utilised It tc sees purpose. Miss Jl&vtta Ktasvsd; of Jtoljccrtll, Pa (s as xprt w4rc jwteter, .A Ksw Bia4 girl wfc Is t ooltsc r4ttt Is uimr Mp fihrtnif. frTi Axllclos of Incorporation T Onujtod .Enterprtsos Bscked f by Oregon OaprUl. m mini mm iiim n I'll Articles ot Incorporation woro fllod with tho secretary ot stato this morulng authorising tho I'rlnglo Falls Klectrlo Wator ahd Power Com pany, of Prlnovlllor to construct equip nnd oporato an olectrio light nnd powor plant, and appropriate wator for domestic and Irrigation usos In Crook county. Tho capital stock pt tho company Is $1,00,000 and tho Incorporators O. M. Prlnglc, J. W. Colllus, W. II. Huston and L. Xi. Lufollett. Tho company will gon orato Its powor from Prlnglo Falls, and Is til so authorised to construct! and operuto olectrio railway linos. Tho Johnson-Ducey Lumbor Com- pauy, ot Portland; capital stock $10,000, aud tho Incorporators Q. T. Johnson, John F. Ducey and E. E. Coovort. Tho Huntington Real Estate Com psuy, ot Huntingten: $5000; J, II. Altken, R. W. Framo and John P. Hannon, incorporators. Crystal Ico & Storago Company, of Portland, filed supplemental ar ticles Increasing Its capital stock from $50,000 to $100,000, and its' Amount ot shares ot stock from 500 to 1000. " 'O . CAHWOHIA., j j4liijiln How Many Tnxpayei-hV Tho Journal rocontly published a stntomont that n potltlon several 'yards long had boon prosontod to tho I city council, asking that tho saloons uo- closed at C o'clock. A Journal rondor wants to know how many taxpayors' nnmos aro on tho notltlon. Any ono who has' taken tho "troublo to look tho niattor up, If thoro Is such an ono, can answer and go hoad. o . Making Flour in Mexico. In tho vicinity ot Saltlllo. In tho stato of Coahulla, Moxlco. thoro aro six modorn rolling mills running by i Everything Of the Best and The Best Of Everything Tells tho complete story of Harvey's up-to-dato stock of groceries. You may go it blind or buy Intelligently and tho result will ho tho same. 11EST TREATMENT I1EST GOODS BEST PRICKS At A. L Harvey's Cor, Cowt wk Hk Sts SaIcbi. rtwwiH Man. stonm and nlno stono mills operated by wator powor. Tho llour'thoy pro duco Is of nn oxcellont quality and finds n roady salo In all parts of tho ropubllc, so much so that a large amount or wheat is Imported hora from tho United States, keeping those mills In constant oporatlon day nnd night to supply tho demand fnr tho, fine grado of Hour which this locality has acquired a reputation for. u i shipped In burlap sacks, two bags coniaming about 200 nounda or nn barroll of flour, the demand usually oxceeding tho supply. Wheat straw furnishes tho princi pal food for tho animals, there being no hay raised hero. Owing to somo peculiarity of tho soli It contains suf ficient nutrltrv element to replace hay In feeding stock, on whi.h ,.. thrive and keep in good healthy con- union, ino prlca of wheat straw ranges rrom $10 to $20 Mexican cur renoy ($5 or $10 United States cur- roncy) per ton, owing to its nbund- t nnco aud proximity to market. Tho duty on Imported wheat was i removed entirely during the first six months of this year, and during this period tho Importation was much larger than any pervious year. Tho importation of American wheat into Mexico during the last twelve months amounted to $2,000,000 gold, demonstrating that this is tha nearest available market for Ameri can wheat. The supply hero is never equal to tho demand, and this will Provo a profitable Hold for Ameri can wheat exporters. The railroads entering Mexico aro all ot the stand ard guage nnd are fully equipped Tor tho handling and prompt delivery Without change to points of delivery. Consular Report. WWlltoWfcWlrtMMIHinfcHi Yukon-Alaska Exposition. Washington, D. C, Dec. 3, Sena tor Piles and Representative Jonei. of Washington, called at the WMM Houso this morning to urge tie President to aid tho Yukon-Alsjt Puclflc Exposition. t Tho President will nieutlon it in his .message, sal perhaps help the coast statesmen W got through an appropriation to all It. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles Wilson, of Burns, Oregon, who have been th guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joha Darr. loft this morning for Albany to vU friends before returning to their home In Eastern Oregon. New Crop Beans 4 lbs lima beans 'J 5 lbs small white beans... !5C 7 lbs pink beans 25c 5 lbs Bayo beans 2JC G lbs Una beans "jl Fresh Today Pore country-made sausage. , Pork tenderloins spare ribs. 10 1k?. Marred Sweets 25c Moir Grocery Company 4 ad I 4uu Ftrs i m i) sz.