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SAVE THE INDUSTRY ! Grower Thinks Organization Is Only Thing That win rcrnm Total Destruction of 'the BilsI. .s, 1'M, Or, Nov 2D. TO the Edl- Df The Journal I nave noucou our articles concerning tiio nop ktion that you nro In favor of Crganlzation of the groworB. To nlnd this is our only nopo, wnyy .tit. Ilm flnnfmlnl finntn ftinr US0 Willi iu ,.......w. , w and Mr. Bruin doing Mb mis- 'dayatd n,St w0 lmVo no othor co to look to. have taiKcu ivim u uumuw ui growers of this section concorn- iho situation, and tnoy nro an 01 same opinion, but say it can't lone. Now tho question arises, They sny that 1 miners were, known to stick togothor. I tflgrco with thorn there, but thero i been thousands of now acniovo- wroght In tho nineteenth con- that wcro never known to tlw before. Why not another? growers, aro wo a jow nuier- Iclass of beings? Tho outcasts ho human family that havo no licet, no ability, no achievements ccompllsh, no financial interest llook nfter (wo navo tno inttor, Mr. Shorts aro looking aftor for us), arc wo below tbo kufacturers, tho minors, tho lum- hen, tho cotton growers and oven hoboes and trnmpfl? gsiew you would sny yes, nnd I too, In ono sonso of tho worJ. faro not organized and they aro. ilcmcn, wo aro worso than tho is that roam tho cities of out jtry. Why? Docauso thoy rob iher class and wo rob oach other. ou nBk the question, How 1b Hint? lie first place, wot let a Bmnll or ation of speculators contract oil our hops for about cost of suction without our conBont or ultig anything nbout it. And rharvest they como around with reports of heavy crops nnd tho pprlccs Hint hops will bo instend omlng to ub liko business men IM and ask our prlco, Thoy the prico thomBolvea, nnd wo, oncst to ourselves nnd follow rers, bogln to feed tho mnrkot have kept feeding. them down to nil. oi much longor nro you going I them, and why nro you feed- ithem? I will niiBWor tho quos- why. It Is for lack of confi ne on your part. Yon nro afraid ono olso will turn looso, and , get scared and -turn looso your- pop growers, can't you havo ugh stability about you to say, others do as thoy may, I moan ptond for my rights nnd for my nclal welfare? If all will do this, not got scared of somoono else, fwill havo Mr. Bruin Inquiring wo will tnko protty Boon, and aire wo would not put tho le below production as thoy aro K ientlemen, will you figure with for a while Wo havo something 100 000 bales of "hop's In Ore- I this year, Tho shorts would you beltovo thero aro 120,00ft year, but what Is it thoy jMu't have you believe that would a t'ndrncy to lower the mnr Wo -w III say wo havo 100,000 w that will avorago 200 pounds hale, tha will ontial 20.000,000 Inls of hops 20.000.000 nounds, 7 ten's, cost of production U 100 i m Vqw tbo hnnro tinv that will bo frora 4 to 6 cents by 'first rt the year, and Jf we don't "Trt,ng tQ oh00k them they Now v ln se0 now nuicr, the F-rs r,f Oregon will lose at B Ms twenty rpllHon nounds at C conta "I 112'lune: cost of nroduc- 11 4" ' 000 Loss. $200,000. It 4 rrr'a nor tinnml JSROfl 000? to Blowers scoo.ooo. Mow long win hop growers of Or- , ,an a this, and Is thero nny- ag en-ouraelne for 11s In tho fu- re 1 would 6ay no, as long ns " "l Dra'3 set th nrlns. Yon take ho? Industry out nt Orflcon. or l.0Q.nno c,ut of circulation, and we la tbrro nnnthnr nrnn tn take Waco and put that amount In clr- wion There Is no other, and tho PX thing for us to do is to organ- set tho prlco Instead of Mr. wtung It for us. " mo Other linnrt aav -arn eot 10 per pound Thlo lirlnira ne f 0. cost of production. $1,400,- flu. wo.ooo. ". gentlemen, you say we can't " Wkh theso figures con Ung yo, will you still Bay it? TS gAILY CAPlTATi To my mind the farmer Is the most enoregtlc, tho most intelligent, be cause "tho leading business men of our cltleo and nation come from the fnrm, and could be tho most Inde pendent class of pooplo under tho sun, and why not? At present the buyer sots the prlco anu wo sny wo ought to have moro. He suys, why I bought your nolgh. bor's for so and so, and tho price li a little' off, nnd we 'sny I guess you can take mine, too, thon. Now this is why things, nro ns thoy nro today, nnd why those successful business men of our cltios nnd nation are thoro Instead of on tho farm. Yours for financial success. S. T. PETRE. o The Lunch Counter. Is the Cause of Dyspepsia Tiitd Lull Kostlon, Catarrh of tho Horn ncli nnd Heart Disease. XlncTtMiths of Those "Who Ent Thero Holt Down Their Food. Tho next time you eat at a lunch counter Just you watch tho people opposite. Look do.wn tho whole lino and notice how they bolt down their food, washing It down with hot coffeo or cold water. First thoy tnko a largo bito thon they drink, n blto and n drink hurrying through tholr meal In five or ten minutes. Many of them don't know the correct wny to cat while others ore bo intent on money-making that thoy will not tnko the time to oat prop erly. Tho lunch counters create a grgnt domnnd for Stuart's Dyspopala Tab lets, for ovory ono now knows that thoy assist tho stomach in digesting tho food that has boon fMddonly forcod down Into it. Health should bo tho first thing sought for in tho battle of life. With a sound body nil things nri posslblo to man, while ill-hoalth handicaps him. ' Tho dyspeptic is usunlly grouchy and cannot meet his follow-mnn in tho proper spirit to win his confi dence nnd esteem, Mnny a lino proposition hns failed becauso a dyspeptic wns back of It. Your brain doos not work right whoro dyspeptic conditions prevail neither docs any organ of th obody. Got your dlgostlvo apparatus In perfect condition first and all will go well with you. Tnko Stuart's Dyspopala Tablets until you euro yourself of' Indlgost lon, catarrh of tho stomach and dyspepsia, and your heart, llvor, brain nud nil tho organs of tho body will porfnrm their functions prop erly nnd you will bo In sound health Don't glvo up In despair, but got right and all things will como your wnv and fortuno will again smllo upon you. You can purchnso Stunrt's Dys pepsia Tablets anywhoro on earth. Thoy have bocomo a family neces sity everywhere. They aro CO cents per pnekago. Rond ub your nnmo and address, oday nnd wo will nt onco send you by mall a sample package free. Ad dress P. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich. DR. KUM WONDERFUL CHINESE DOOTOIt Will tront you with Oriental herbs and euro any disease without opera tion or pain. Dr. Kuin is known everywhere In Salem, and has cured many promi nent people here. He has lived tn Salem for 20 years, ana can ub vru ed. Ho uscb mauy modicinea un known to white doctors, and with them can cure catarrh, asthma, lung troubles, rebumatlsm, stomach, liver and kidney diseases. Dr. Kura makes a specialty of dropsy nnd femnlo troubles. His rem edles euro private disease when e?. erythlng else fails. He has bun dreds of testimonials, and gives con sultation free. Prices for medicine very moderate. Persons in the coun try can write for blank. Send stamp. If you want some extra fine tea, get It from us. DR. KOI BOW WO CO. 107 South High fctreet, Salem, Oregon I FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. Milt IH0WM TO MIL s- ' -J ' ": b'llMHUJHIWMIMW UNITED MfDICAL CO., 0 T4, UtlCllIK. fA. Sold in Salem by Dr. S. C Stone riOLLISTEH'o Rky Mountain Tea Ntfgt A Bmj UtiiH&o tot Buy Poe1. RAnn QoWia HtMii ml BmiwM vijcr. inc for coMtinati. i"'Je?it0H:"7 A P And Kidney TrouW. nnp :uti MdkaLa frawjsf r s'ESvsr JJoLurre Uw Cmpht. M.li. WW. 6UL0EN NUSGETS FOR SALlOV P0f- M JOURNAL, SALEM, PRECOX. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1907 WfcWMIIiWIiWIrtlrtfctMfcWinfciWIiWM ...CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT... W'fcWIithVU'iiWgWfcWirjiWllite TOR BALB For Sale Hack, horse and harness Call at 771 North Commercial or Phono 1441. 12-3-31 For Sale Six year old marc, hnr- noss and buggy. Jns. Lebold, on Garden rond. 12-3-3t Investors A fow good city bonds for gnlo. Inquire,of "J. R.," caro Capital Journal office. 12-3-Ct For Sale Puro brod Buff and Brown Leghorn cockrols, also six pairs of pigeons, at 491 North Twentieth stroot. 122-3-3t For Sale Blaok walnuts nt Co per pound, C53 North Winter. Phouo 987. 12-3-3t For Sale Dry ash; maplo and fir wood dolivored to any part of tho city. M. A. Budlong, phono 897. 11-3-lm Potatoes foTSnie In5to 10-sack lots, at 75c per sack. At Cum mins Bros, baggage and express office ii-29-lw . For Sale Cedar post, rrom old growth coder, on Falrgrounda rond near tilo works. C. A. Wnrnor, Snlem. Phono Main 11C0. Vl-30-lwK-ltw For Sale Choap, hlgn-grado furni ture. Bought now 13 months ago. Call from 2 to 4 p. ra. at Rev. F. E. Dell's, C29 Court St. 122-2-3t Ax HlUy 320 N. Commercial streot. Una a buyer for household good, if you havo anything in that lino to soil for cash. Call nt onco. ll-2G-lmo For Salc A Columbia disc grnpho- phono ($3G machine), and 25 records; good nssortmont. Twon-ty-ono 10-Inch nnd four 11-Inch Blzo. Prico $2G. 11-27-dw-tf VIoIIiim on Trial Hnnd-mndo vlolini for salo on ton days 'trial, at my shop ovCr Perry's drug Btoro. M. S. Fuller. ll-9-lm For Side One-year-old "Mammoth" blackberry plants. Ten como apleco, or $1 por dozon. Addross Pox 415, Salem, Or. iO-24-tt For Salo A now Edison Home Phonograph 100 outfit for $40. Apply to W. H. Squire, West Sa lem. - 10-12-tf For Sale Good bouso and barn, now, 25 acres all under cultivation berries, prunes and all kinds of fruit, flvo miles from 8alom, $3500 This Includes 0 cows, 2 horses.har noBS, 1 heavy wagon, spring wngon 200 chlckons and othor farming necessities. Enqutro 492 Stato stroot. 9-23-tt To tho Purclinscr nnd Investor Wo havo proporty that will mako you a flno Investment, Rosldonco prop orty from $700 to $4000. Im proved farms from $25 to $75 por acre. .Tracta of G and 10 acres at bargain pricoB, well located, Just what you want for nn ldoal home. Invest your monoy In roal ostatc; it Is absolutely safo and a money winner. Latham Land Company, Over Portland Gonoral Eloctrlc, cornor of. Stato and Commercial streets. ll-29-tf FOR RENT For Rout A sulto of threo furnisnl rvrv w im m r -w-w-w "-- . - housekeeping rooms. Modern con vonlencea, centrally located and on first floor, 415 Court Btret or phono 544. 122-2-3t To Rent. Five room flat, over Fnr rlngton & Van Patton's market. Inquire of Steinr & Berger. 188 South Liberty street, 9-24-tf MISCELLANEOUS. Property, Property This is the tlmo to Invest in city property and farm lands. A good plaatered 5 room cottage with lot and a half, prlco $860; 3 oholco lots, C0-1CO, well looaUd, prleo $500 eaeh. Latham Land Company, over Portland Genaral Electric 11-30-tf. $100 to $100 Per month easily earned by ad writers and show card wrltor. Our aystom of cor respondence InsAruetion Is the only praotlctl one in the Wet. Writ for booklot about tho most fas cinating and profitable professions Brains to Rent. B C00, Dekum building, Portland, Or. 11-30-lWk Vogci Lumber and Fuet Co. Lum ber .Bhingle, buUdlog mawsnai, wood and coal. Low price and prompt deliveries. One block eaat of S. P. paseengw depot Phono 198. Bnttfe & Wcndcroth Flno wlnos, liquors nnd cigars. Wo hnndlo tho eelobrnted Kellog gand Ca9tIo Whiskies. Cool and-refreshing beer constantly oi draught. South Commercial streot. 9-3-lyr Enlarged Our meat market on East Stato street has been doubled In bIzo and we nro better propared tkan ovor to servo customers. Prompt sorvico and tho best of meats our motto. Call or phono 199. B. E. Edwards, Prop Wo Aro Cash Purchasers Of poul try, eggs, and all kinds of farm produro. Borry crates mado up In unlimited luantltlea. Capital Commission Co., 267 South Com mercial streot, Salem. Phono Mala 179. Tho Owners Of tho pigeons which aro dostroylng freshly sown grain nro noUtlwd to kcop tho eamo up. By doing bo thoy will boatow a favor on citizens of North Sa lem. ll-20-3t KinlllM, AMt T, .. . - " - ";" "u m uuiji ui nny Kinu or vaiu a piaco to work, no matter what you want!, mnko your wants known by registering at my ofllco. Also havo real ostoto of ovory descrip tion, r.nd cell nt bedrock prlcoo and torms. Flro and accident pol icies. Notary work of all klnda. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ofllco, Grango Hill, cornor of Commer cial nnd Contor Btroots. Phonos 337 and Fanners 193. R. R. Ry nn. 11-30-tf Indies Havo your quIltH quilted at 141 South Liberty stroot, tho Now Idoa Quiltor, opposlto Salem steam laundry. Prlcou, aprond and fnn cy quilta, $1.50; comforts nud plain quilts, $1.00. Mrs. W. II. Dorman, proprlotor, 11-10-lni L0DQE8. ?rpL,"terM Union No. 1005 Local Union No. 1005 of Carpontors and Joiners of Amorlca moot ovor7 Saturday ovonlng at 7:30 p. m. lu Hcarot hall, 420 Stato St. A. W. Dennis, Rcc. Seo. Foresters of America Court Sher wood Foresters, No. 19. Meoti Wednesday in Hurst hall, Stat stroot. Lo oAbbo O. R.; J. O Perry, financial nocrotary. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. CAstlo Hall In Holraan block, cor nor Stato and Llborty atroota Tuesday of each week at 7:30 in. Oscar JohnBon, O. O.; E. H. Anderson, K. of R. and 8. Modern Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 5246. Mooti ovcry Thursday ovonlng at 8 o'clock In Holman ball. W. W Hill, V. 0.; F. A. Turner, clork. Woodmen of World Moot every Fri day night at 7:30, in Holman ball, L. E. Pennell, C. C.; P. L. Fra lr, Clork. ' Lincoln Annuity Union. BIck, acci dent and pension Insurance; $2, 000,000 plodgrd; every claim paid Good agents wanted. J. II. O. Mongomory, supremo organizer, Box432 Salem, Orogon. R, R Ryan, socrotary, 646 State strMt PLUMBERS. Theo, M, BniT Plumbing, hot water and Btcam boating and tinning. 1C4 Commercial streot. Phone Main 192. 9-1-lyr M, J, retzel Plumbing, uteara and gas fitting. Successor to Knox ft Murphy, 226 Commercial street. 'Prone Main 17. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. Livery nnd Fd Stables Old Post SArt ofllco Stables, at 254 Ferry stroot, between Commercial and Front streets. Telephone 188, Some of the finest Hvorles In tbo city can be found here. DIok Westacott, proprietor. 10-1-lyr BASn AND DOOIt FACTORIES. Frank 31. Brown. Manufacturer of sash, doors, mouldings. All kind of houao finish and hard wool work. Front etroot, between State and Court. Make all complaints at tho office. DRAYMEX. Cvmmhu Bros,' Transfer Cewpaay- All kinds of transfer work done. Furniture and pianos boxed ready for shipment. Prompt service J our motto. Stand, and ofllce at 253 Bouta Coaaiaerclal atreet. Phone 210. ftatldeaca Pkoae 918. PROFESSIONAL. aTvT!:Uls7SLI PhyauMaii and Burgeon. Tolophono 307 Main. Offices, 54G Stato streot, opposlto court house, Salem, Or. Residence Phono 313 Main. 8-13- lmo WANTED. WantedPressman, Apply to Jour nal ofllco. liOST. Strayed or Stolen Out of my pas ture, threo mtlos southeast of Sa eom, about ono month ago, a last spring's Jorooy holfor calf, whlto body and tip of tall white. Llbor nl roward will bo paid for Infor mation of Us whorenbouta. F, M. Smith, Routo, No. C, Salem. ll-2C-lwk liOTElS: Hniimimmnmiiiit The t White House Restaurant For a Regular f 25c Dinner at 20c J They can't bo beat McGitchrist & Son Proprietors. frttmat milium tni- iii1iniiiiiiiiiMiiin I ELITE HOTEL Restaurant nnd hotol, on Europonn plan. Meals at all hours on Bhort ordor. Regular dinner 35 conts. Thirty new ly finished furnished rooms. E. EOKERLEN, Prop. 148 Commercial Qt. m m 1 1 1 n i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i Att nrtTTitT firrfisrwr. X Call and try Um. Meata lCc. Board per week $3.76, also furnished reosa very reasonable. AT TUX Salem Restaurant MEALS 15c EwwuaMwam Hotel St Philip Fourth and Fifth and IUrnside Street, Portland, Oregon. ' Now flroprooL, European Hotol. Steam boat Modern conveniences Rates $1.00 per day and up. Union dopot car will land you at tho door. H. PIERCE, Prop. j 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 GRAND OPENING Tho Horeshoo IleotAiirant. Scott Ferguson old stand, thoroughly renovated and now ly furnished throughout. i Best 29c Meal in the City f Chicken dinner on Sunday Call and bo convinced. E, M. AOK1SIIMAN, Prop. 333 Stato Stroot. uniiminiHiiiHii - H- TORRID ZONE FUNARCE Tho above cue ropresenta out brick lined Torrid Zono Furnace. Guaranteed gas, smoko and dust proof. Economical and durable, A. L. FRASER 2rtH STATE STREET, Estimates furnished on heating SALEM WATER COMPANY OFFIC1B CITY HALL. For water aervica apply at oMea. BUI payable isoatkly la aivaaaa. xPZBBaBaafliRaBiftBlav Bu8flkhaiSBfffi99Jlr?vx' iXHBIBH KiiBBKaBHBBaLut l8BJkJpVBBpHt Bl IIHH rH(iHC8BflHliS?BH AW)vJKFTjM':wifrQBn BviJHHHf W ?BB8b ra, x.- 88m m? .hBbPkj9 TRANSPORTATION COMFAXMttl O C T Co Steamers Pomona ChMroat lonvo for Portland Monclny, Wcwwm day and Friday at 10 n. h. ad Tuesday, Thurnday and Saturday at 0 a. m. For Corvallls, Tuesday Thursday and Saturday about S p. m. M. P. Baldwin, ngont. OfBeen and dock at foot of Trado attest M. P. BALDWIN, AXU CORVALLIS & EASTERN It It TIME TAULK NO SY. Traina from and to Yaqwlnm. No. 1 Leaves Yagulna ...,.,,, 7!la,m, Arrives at Corvallls ll:9au. Arrives at Albany 11:58 a.m. No. 2 Leave Albany 1S:SB .. v Leaves Corvalllt IsStM. x Arrlvos at Taquina BMftmm. TraiH o and from DetreU. No. 8 Leaves Albany 7:Ja,m Arrives at Detroit 12:39 p.m. No. 4 Lcavoa Detroit 1:0.wl Arrives at Albany 6:5(y.M. Trains for CorralHa, No. 8 Loaves Albany ." 7.55 a.ML Arrives at Corvallln .... 8:25a.m. No. 10 Loaves Albany ......... 2:25 ,m. Arrives at Corvallls .... 8:05p.m. No. 0 Loavos Albany 7:25 p.m. Arrlvos at Corvallls 8:15 p.m. Tralna for Allmay. No. 5 Leaves Corvalll :3a.m, Arrives at Albany 7:1 aom No. 0 Loavos Corvallls 13:2 pm. Arrives at Albany 1:15 No. 7 Leaves Corvallls ,. :99om Arrives at Albany l;4p.m No. 11 (Sunday osly) Leave Corvallls .11:15 a.ar. Arrive at Albany 11:88 a.m. No. 12 (Sunday only) Leaves Albany ... . ... ,12:81 p.m. Arrives at Corvallls 1 jii p.m. For further inforBaatioa apply t, G0. F. NDVIM8, Och. Pas. AftU, Altway, Orts- SOUTHERN PAOIFIO CO. Time Card Jfo. 4 KffecHfw Juno 10, Toward Portland Paseeaxer. No. 105:28 a. m., Oregon Bfr prctis. No. 188:40 a. m., Cottage Orera Passongor. No. 12 2:45 p. m.-Rosoburg K press, No. 148:60 p. m,, Portland a prosi. Toward Portland Freight, No. 222 10:66 a. ra., depart 11:38 a. m Portland Fast Fr4fjA. No. 22010:40 a. m., depart 11:38 a. in., Way Freight. Toward Ban Frncinco VmmM No. 11 11:03 o. in., Roecbwr Express. No. 17 0:47 p. m. Cottage Oroya Passongor, No. 150:60 p, m., California K press. No. 131:31 v. m, San Fraucla co Express. Toward San Prahc!scoPrel(h No. 221 2:33 n, ni San Fja. cloo Fast FrelgM. No. 225 11:65 a. m arrives 11:25. ,e"Nio,r TUB BEST ItOAST 7HH FAMILY EVKK HAP Can be obtained fro a our prim tender and Juicy beof, xuuttoa at pork. All our meat are aelaatti from tho choicest, and prepared fat the tablo to suit tho demand of taa fastidious. Our prices are lower far quality than you can lad at aay place In Salem, S. O. GHOSH, Phoae Ml, iT M, famXl?TJP8 Jlr '