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DAILY OAPtTUi .TOUHWT,.
?T,FM. OTIKGOV MONDAV, DKCKMIlHlt 23. 1007. 7.
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btafi'M&Svs
19900
nt-mle. and clean as a lamn. Brass font hnlj.
quarts gives in'cntc heal for 9 hours. Finished
nickel and japan every healer warranted.
ilesl improved central draft burner. Made oi brass
hrnunhoul. nickel plated. Jusl the linhl (o read
bybright and steady. Every lamp warranted.
II your ueaicr uocjh i cairy uic l enecuon uu
cater and Rayo Lamp, write our nearest agency
descriptive circular.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(Incorporated)
3&2
Is Self-rising. It makes Genuine Brown
Bread, Toothsome Quick Biscuit, and a
lALIi:,J, U1FLKS
IIIFLKS ,
tIN'G GLOVES
IIK1NO HAGS
I'll ILLS
JLI'R SKATES
ed to show you our Btogk.
modern for you, and set I In plaoo berora nexi
laniieiiianiiBieitffr14
iv itttit iTfwi irrwiiu
- " ttU wf
f- Was tho deer you klUod
-V
but tho
a
New York Sun.
TEA
I sell tons of poor
but our name isn't
Go by the name.
r ret rnt your mener if TOO don't
E f Beit wo pay blaa.
u '
Logical Uw).
ea (an Invalid) Jane, I
1 1 told ycu to make some
proth.
It Cook Shure, an Ol did,
-Well, where Is it?
ok Ol fed It to th' chick
m Chloago News.
To Heat
"51, 1
jfv
a Cold Corner
Don't sit in tlic cold a touch
ol a match a steady How ol
4 genial warmth and in the cor
ner that's hard to heat you'll
ItMttn ka! ...11 f t .1
iiave icai auim comion Wltit a
PERFECTION
Oil Heater
(Eqilppe with Smokeless Strict)
Just what you need to help out In
a cold snap or between seasons.
No amokc no smell no bother
-ii' the smokeless device that docs it. As caxv In
It- - . J
Enuinned with
;ton brown bread flcur
RIOUS BOILED PUDDING
Sold by All Grocers
M J
IE ARTICLES THAT MAKE USEFUL
APPRECIATIVE CHRISTMAS GIFTS
FISU1XO RODS
LEATHER GUN CASKS
AGATE 3LUMLKS
I'xGEHSOLL WATCHES
gillette SAi'Erv razors
havo a good assortment of the above article, and would bo
auSsHSli
HMUta nnmiHllllH""'wrFrrf"""" "J
NUMENTS AS THEY SHOULD BE MADE
Designs Best of Workraausblp, Purest of Materials
ll.ln ndlnlntll
Wer now for sorlnsr delivery. Let us maKe som.iu.uB u..b,
Decoration f
WILTON W. MARTIN
i at 239 Liberty Stree' Salem, Oregoa.
Snuco to tho Gander,
Mrs. Gadabout Did you succeed
in geuing a new ervant?
Mrs. Ondego Not et, she I look-
farmer who.,,,, uu roy refrenc Philadelphia
Inquirer.
CASTOR 1 A
vnr Tnfflnts and Childreni
Be Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
T&c&i
o-
Wliy Slio RefaiiiMl.
r ... ,a1 Rlnelotnn WOH1-
an today carrying that silk umbrella
that aho borrowed from mo at the
ub Part?-" h tnr nt-
"Why ciiant you . -"I
was just going to when I re
membered that I borrowed It from
Mrs. Trumper." Cleveland Plain
Dealer.
lXMKI--SJ5H.Ml
!22ES!10lR CLASSIPIED DEPARTMENT
EllK-tMNEMlKM
HALES! MARKET.
Local Wholeanlo Murkest.
Eggs 32c.
Butter 37 & c; fat 36c.
Hens 9c; young chickens, 9c.
Local wheat 85c.
Oata 3Gc.
Barley $24 $25.
Flour Hard wheat, $500; valley,
$4.00.
Mill teod Bran, $25; shorts,
$26.50.
Hay Cheat, $14; clovor, $10fl
12 per ton; timothy, $13 $15.
Onions 2 c lb,
Potatoes 85c cwt.
Hops Old, 4 6c; new, 7 8c.
Chlttlm bark 4 K 5c.
Trorlcal Fruits.
Bananas $6.
Oranges $2.50 $3.00.
Lemons $4 $4.50.
ItctAll Market.
Oats White, $28 per ton.
Wheat $1.00.
Rolled barley $30.
Eggs 40c.
Butter Country, 35c; creamory,
45c.
Flour Valley, $1.20 por sack;
hard wheat, $1.40$1.50.
Bran 80c por sack; $25.50 por
ton; aborts, $1.10 por sack.
Hay Timothy, 8590o per cwt;
cheat, 90c; clovor, 75b por cwt ;
shorts, $1.10 por swt.
Livestock.
Hogs Fat,' 4c.
Cattlo 11 00 1200 lb steen,
3'c.
Lighter steen. 33Vic.
Stock hogs 4c.
Cowa and holfors 900 1000 lb,
22c.
Lambs 4c.
Veal Dressed, 5 7c.
Portland Market.
Whoat Club, 80 81c; valley, 80
Sle; bluo stem, 82S3c.
MlllstuIT Bran, $21.
Hay Timothy, valley, $18$19;
alfalfa, $13.
Vetch $8.50.
Poultry Hens, 11 12c; sprint:
chickens, 11 121c; ducks, young,
1313Vc; pigeons, $1$1.25.
j Pork Boat, $6 $6.35.
I Hops 1907, 7W10c; old, 4
4jC lb.
Lambs $3.8oapiii.uu.
Mutton $4.50 ($$5.00.
Wool 20 22c; eastern Orogoi,
1022c.
ti
WHAT'S
worth doing Is worth doing wall. If
you wish to be cured of Rheumatism
uso Ballard's Snow Liniment and
you will bo "well onred." A positive
euro for Sprains, Neuralgia, BruUoi,
Contracted Muscle aud all the Ills
thnt fleah Is heir to. A. O. M. Wil
liams, Navasota, Texas, writes:
"I havo used Snow Liniment for
BpralnoU nnklo nnd It gave tho beet
of satisfaction. I always woep It in
tho house." Sold by D. J. Fry.
Proposals for
Reform School Sup-
i Sealed propoaula are hereby re-
'qnteed for furnlehlag the Oregon
Stnte Roform School with supplloe
for tho coming six months, ending
June 30. 190S. LIste with specjnea-
rSvLW
December 26, 1907, nnd goods mun
l. In nnlirnUnn nnnknUQS wllCTC 1)0 -
f'siblo, and true to oontraota. Gih
be delivered at the Reform
School January 11, 1907.
N. II. lUU.Mil,
12-18-tf Superlntenden'
- -0
Tho Bt Not for Hi.
DooU)!" No doubt you hae a bal
f'caso of gout. The beat for you is
no wine, no uoer, no aiconoi in ?
form, no tobacco
i Patient Hold on. doctor; what's
next beet? FHegende Blatter
Management
I
The management of the Cap
ital City Laundry wishes to no
tify Ua patrons that It will be
alosed for repairs and to In
stall new machinery until tho
flret of the year. After tho
first of the year. After the first
of the year It will be rnn un-
COMBS 4 KAWfR
fbe owners being the managers
! New I1
1 IlillllRSMRIIilKllllltll RIIHRXIHIIllIHlllllRMil
rilHIlHIHlllHIIIIIIlIR III 1RRRRRRRRINRMRIRH1MM
FOX SAJJI
To Trade For Oregon farm land or
city property; 640 acres, 160 and
160 acres. All well located In
Burleigh county, N. D. Cholco
wheat land. Trade direct wttk
owiior. Latham Land Co., over
Portland Qcneral Electric.
12-lfJ-tf
Ax niU) 326 N. Commercial street.
Has a buyer for household good,
It you havo anything In that lino
to soil for cash. Call ai once.
ll-25-lmo
For Snlc A now Edtsou Home
Phonograph $G0 outflt for $40.
Apply to W. H. Squlro, West 8a
lore. 10-12-tf
For Sc! Good houao and barn,
now, 25 acres all undor cultivation
berries, prunes and all kinds of
fruit, flvo mites from Satom, $3500
This includes 6 cows, 2 horsos.har
ness, 1 heavy wagon, spring wagon
200 chickens and other farming
nccosslttus. Enqulro 492 Stato
streot. 9-23-tf
m
"FORRENT
For limit Eight-room cottngo. All
mo'orn Improvements, situated
In Falrmount Park. For furtlnr
particulars enqulro of Mra. Goo.
II. Jones, end of car lino, south.
12-19-lwk
To lloni. Flvo room flat, over Far
rlngton & Van Patton'8 mnrkot.
Inquire of Stotnor & Borgor, 188
South Llbnrty street. 0-24-tf
Dry Wood for Sale-
-Dollvorcd to any
nmmmmmmmmmmnmmm
"8A8HAND"I)00U FAOTORtKS.
"rank M. Brown. Manufacturer e:
sash, doors, mouldings. All kinds
ot house- finish nnd hard wood
work. Front stroot, bctwoon State
and Court. Mnko all complaints
at the oulco.
LOST.
LoM Gold watch fob, with engraved
Initials "It. 13. If." Finder loavo
same at Journal omco, and recolvo
sultnblo roward. 12-20-3t
Wnn ted Two young men, atudonts,
wish board and room nt private
family would llko aoparato rooma
AiiBwor "H. T.," caro Journal ot
llco. 12-2 l-3t
WHERE?
EUL'JOHN HUGHES CO.
For All Kinds ot
Spray Material
Lime, Siilplier,
Btiie Vitriol Etc.
PRICKS THE LOWEST.
SALEM BRICKYARD
A. A. I1URTON. Prop.
Brick alwaya on hand, In car lo;
or otherwise. Pressed brick made
to oidor. Yard on State street, south
of pontltontlary -7-1-tf
laigtiajMH
n
tROEST
HOLUSTtR 9
Rocky Mountain Toa Nuflgeifi
k li... U.i.,ln. tar Hmv Psela
Bring 0Ua II&ltb aa4 BtBwi 7iger
nr.fl
nl tMu TrouM h. Uu. lu;r-
iii,..i iuj
. it. 1... lui ! a TI .uv
UlW I It y M'Ulf. tM 111 !
t t'-na. 'nt ir jmiim- M
II .. . ,.a I;M. 1. I' UFlkir. JIll 11 n .
Iff
GOLDEN NU00FT8 r0 Sl l OW PEOPLE
&.bte.a. " "
II AflJUIfl MlfPFRMCH FEMILE
imsmumtpiLL.
lJi,Cufwi Isukw $vt Svfrmu Mwhv !
StViS JtaOWS T Mil. iii UAf
UlWtUl tUHUttWMIIIll.WhHMl'
ui'!n4.wMliH, Ifjwf k(ikt om M
tlllUMIttlHlHIIUU'
lMITfDMCDICALCO..OJ74.UuTt. F.
waummmmmmmmmm
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MISGELLANEOUS.
oget JbHBiucr and IvhcI Co. Lunv
bar shingles, building material,
wood and coal. Low prlcca and
prompt doltvorloa. Ono block aat
of S. P. pasaougi? depot Phone
198. 7-2-tf
llutto Wcnderoth Flno wines,
liquors and cigars. Wo handlo
tho colobrated Kollog gand Castle
whiskies. Cool and refreshing boor
constantly ot- draught. South
Commercial street. 9-3-lyr
Enlarged
Our meat market on East Btato
stroet has been doubled In slto and
wo aro hotter prepared tkan evor to
aorvo customers. Prompt sorvlco and
tho bost ot meata our motto. Call
ot phono 190. B. E. Edwards, Prop
We Are Cash PurclHwera Of poul
try, eggs, and all kinds ot farm
produce. Berry crates made up
In unlimited 'luantltlcs. Capital
Commission Co., 267 South Com
mercial street, Salem. Phone Mala
179.
Notice All klnda of milling going on
at tho Bhootlng gallery, 173 Com
mercial street. Unfiling for rlllos,
shotguns, revolvers, turkeys nnd
other things. Como on, boys, nnd
havo Bomo fun, and carry away a
prize. 12-20-lwk
y;VNTEl).
Wanted. Manager for branch omco
wo wish to locato horo In Baloin.
Address, with roforoncon, Tho
Morrln Wholesnlo Houso, Cincin
nati, Ohio. 12-9-lm
LHt On last Tuesday evening, bo
tweon Ltborty nnd Commorclnl
BtrootB, on Court, a pair of rlm
less noBO KlasBca with bowa. Flnd-
or plcaao rotum samo to No. 245
Llborty atroot, and rocelvo roward.
12-20-31
"PliUMHKKH.
Theo. M. narr Plumbln, hot water
and Btcnm hoatlng and tinning.
104 Commorclnl Btrout. Phono
Main 102. 0-1-lyr
M. J. l'etzel PlunUilng, stoam and
gas fitting. Successor to Knox A
Murphy, 226 Commercial stroot
Prono Main 17.
White as CirlstmisS now
Aro the ahlrta that come from tho
Salem Steam Laundry. Tho finish Is
faultless, tho work 1b perfect In ov
ory detail. A slnglo trial will con
vince you of tlila oxporlonco will
show you that this porfootlon Is
steadily maintained. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
SALEM LAUNDRY CO.
130 100 Llborty St.
Phone 25
Salem Fence Works
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing.
Netting, PlokeU, Oatos, Multhold
Roofing, P. & B. Roady Roofing
All at lowest prices,
Walter Morley,
250 Court St. Salem, Ore.
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OFFICB CITJT HALL.
For water service apply at office
Hills payable monthly in advance
THE AVENUE
Creams, Ices, clgara and confoo
lons. Corner of Seventeenth and
Asylum avenuo. N u. uaar, pro
prietor. .
nHIRHFSTER'S PILLS
J, tllK IIUMU.SU UUANI, v I
J-yttK. I-'l AVrlfiijiUtfc AVI
111 la IU4 ol U.U N-ulUtV
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tmW Mlkmr Mil mf a " T
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VlAllWNII HIlAhtt WLU.UUJ
nknrauliI.SUwl.AlIKltiU
SOiBIYWrllGfilSTSEVERmOE1
I1UTTKKNUT IIRKAI).
It la worth aaore tkaa any etkee
bread, yet the prlc to bo hlcker
For ! at your grocer's.
CMXPOXIA MAUKT.
TluMkM 0e4er !Pra.
l BM IB
LODGES.
carpenters Union No. 105 Local
Union No. 1005 of Carpontera asrt
Jolrora of America moot every
Saturday ovonlng at 7:30 p. m. La
Hoarst hall, 420 Stato St. A. W.
Donnla, Roc. Soo.
Foresters of America Court Sher
wood Foresters, No, 19. Meet
Wodnosday in Hurst hall, Stat
street. Lo oAhbo, C. R.; J, O.
Perry, financial socrotary.
Central Lodge No. 18, X. of P.
Castle Hall In Holman block, ear
ner State and Liberty street,
Tuesday ot each week at 7:3 .
m. Oscar Johnson, O. O.; S. B.
Anderson, K. of R. and 8.
Modem Woodmen ot America Ore
gon Cedar Camp No. 6246, Meets
every Thursday evening at t
o'clock In Holmaa hall. W. W.
Hill, V. C; F. A. Turner, cleric.
Woodmen of World Meet every Frt
day night at 7:30, in Holmaa hall,
L, E. Peanell, O. O.; P. L. raa
lr, Clerk.
Lincoln Annuity UrIoh. Sick, aeet
dent and pension Insurance; fl,
000,000 pledgrd; every claim pal
Good agents wanted.' J. II. O.
Mongomory, aupromn organiser,
Box432 Balom, Oregon. R. R.
Ryan, eecretary, 64V State street.
PiuJFTcsaioNAii.
OTvrcuis7LlPnyHn3iaa aae:
aurgoon. Tolophono 307 Main.
Onlcos, 640 Btate street, opposite
court houso, Balom, Or. Residence
Phono 313 Main. 6-13- lmo
TmxyMJBN.
Cuinmiiiif HroH.' Transfer OouMy
All kinds of transfer work done.
Furnlturo and pianos boxed ready
for shlpmout. Prompt aervlca la
our motto. Stand and office at
acft South Commercial street
Phono 210. Residence Phone 998,
LIVERY AND FEED BTA11LKS.
lilvury and Fikh! HtaiMcn Oiu roai-
onico Stnbloo, at 264 Forry atraet,
botweon Commorclnl and Front
Btroots. Tolophono 188, Some of
tho finest llvorloa In the city can
bo found horo. Dick Weetacott,
proprietor. 10-1-lyr
THE
O. K. GROCERY
OUR DELIVERY SERVICE
is as prompt no our groceries aro
Bood and that la saying muoh. Wo
shall be glad to mako delivery to
you whothor your ordor bo small or
largo. If you need anything in a
hurry don't hosltato to lot us know
and wo'll iul the groceries. They'll
bo Just as good as if you selected
thorn in person, too. Wo handlo only
Htandard qualities so thoro will bo
no dangar ot your getting inferior
grocerlea no matter how you order,
A. A. ENGLEBART,
12 th St.
Phono 122
THIS REST ItOAHT TICK
VAMILV KVKK HAD
Can bo obtained from our Friaw
tender and Juicy beef, muttc r.
pork. All our meata are wleete
from the choicest, and prepaKhl ler
the table to suit the demand ol Dm
fastidious. Our prices are lower for
quality than you can lad at ay
place In Salem,
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