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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALBM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY .10, 1008.
H-6-MKIIHKMI-MaB-MH-Si FStn , Tr,dc Hoonw Are Alive jll the Time . -.,,!,. nresident of the .. A IjOmw " . i,nn.gpil' L..rttf "c' innt nr- ..-.. mldressed a WfU8Mrde rooms ((theowiu- h7of the association, feofthls city, caned 1 lT.,n order and after a iow fc'Mr Lownsdale, T.nYdlrect language ,jnm". --- . (h or. iflEmitaette taller and "L jrowing prospects. b'L1?! me down, and rSL of the Willamette Val- ES Growers association I de- e tes was demon- lfitiirtiinipao lUM l"' 1 .... ...nB nf irrnft- W ..t . . f nnnles which l'P, i fnr h? occasion Id S prepw -- MANY WILL BE GLAD OF THIS -w ,rtous methods of pack- erwt tlied fruit in varl- Itotw. i ii meeting many quos- C. tjied which were explic it by the speaker, who ItMlne was u'j ''- 0 C T. Co Steamers Pomona. o 'ffinla leavo for Portland Monday, Weu.cs day ahd Friday at 10 a. m. and Tuesday, Thurotlny and Saturday at 6 a. m. For Corvallls, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday about C p. m. M, P. Baldwin, ngent. Offices and dock at foot of Trado streot. M. P. BALDWIN, Agt. SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. Timo Cnrd No. G2 Effcctlvo Sunday December 20th, 12.01 A. M. Toward Portland Passenger. No. 16. 5:53 A. M. Oregon Express No. 18. 8:40 A. M. Cottago Grove Passenger. No. 12. 2:45 P. M. Rosoburc Pas senger. No. 14. 9:13 P. M. Portland Ex press. Tmvnril Pnrtlnml l?rltrli blood and system tho catarrhal pol- No 2225:0o p. M. Portland Fast bohb, which, If not eradicated, are , FrGlcht No. 22C 10:40 n. m., way freight Catnffrli Eradicated by Using a Very Simple lIoinoMndp Mixture. Hero Is a simple prescription which drives from tho blcod and system every veBtlgo of catarrhal poison with remnrknblo promptness. To prepare tho mixture: Get from any good prescription pharmacy one half ounco Fluid Extract Dandelion ono ounco Compound Kargon pr.d threo ounce Compound Syrup Sar sapArllln. Shako well nnd uso In tecspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime. This Is a harmless mixture, which has a peculiar action upon tho ollm Inatlvo Ucemos of the kldnoys, assist ing them to filter and stra'n from tho absorbed by tho mucous membrane, la liR A I m Ix Hj I lllilll 111 I'l H MBBH-1SlMlHI-HIlK MARKET REPORTS SALEM MARKET. THE CLASSIFIED Hfi I I h IHH--m-KH4t-HHKrgHft i i wm -11:28 a. m., way freight and an open sore or catarrh Is tho arrjVCg4 result. I No 22 G This remarkably simple rcctpo hfis,t.nrj0 been tho means of relieving thou-1 ToWnrH San Francisco rnsscnger. sands of men and women of this No n1103 A Roflcburg PaB. foul and dangerous dlsense, and v-. 80ngor cry sufferer hero should glvo it a Mn 17 n.4K P ,r rnM nrn.. . . I.'nin ntiv . .i ii i -i .....l. ... .... . ' " - -- - wwn..0 V..W.W gjii.nio nui uu.uwo "-"iicsc, as h is nut aiiuuuiv hui uii-i Pftsnengor. ywthecaro of any othor ncn8ftnt to take. 'No ir D.L Proparo somo and try It, anywny, No. 15.-9:50 P. M. California Ex press. KIM all as Mdfr "Jlna It ! certain to do much good, If No 13.12:01 A M SnQ FranclBC0 jggf B, u.v...w --.- j"ij i" I"""' "" " -- - iKTiioief were auueu io uiw ulood; though It may prove just IrfOL lf Feb 7 at 1 p. m., County itoKWr Armstrong win nnvo U4iM5rr appliances at tho irftride rooms and will give Ifeajtmion In the grafting of iBlthcrrr tree - o nM THE AXTILLKS. iUIi'i Cough Iteniedy Itcnc ki at; Councilnmn nt Kligiton, Jdnulcn. Jf O'Reilly Forgarty, who la dkretthe city council at Kings- 4&n!a, West Indies, writes as Ose bottlo of Chamber- i)CRtl RtDcJy bad good effect tstp tht wej giving mo trou- lililak 1 should havo been (pit'r rdlercd If I had con- 4i resedy. That it was bono- W Jlck la relieving mo thero Wind ll-ls ray Intention to im.U: bottle" For sale by Bi'i int store. - n lCfotrOHrTR GBXIU8 H to lUvc Read IJIoRraphy Wronu Way. iwtoj the lives of mon who t trttt part in life wo ar 'fcvtbjtho fact thntthoso jHJwre m many cases nd- ftUIn vices. n.i i Me!l for young mon to ro- ' t the great one of tho Jjemej not because of any PTmay hav had, but wm. To gM the groat- 1 went from rondlnc ' should make an offort pwmen n their anm. pu4 joodnes nd not in -r Of hfn mi ' "worthy o b foun.i 'nro. human na- fa... . ui (7 is not to b cop man spoken of Ir what your syatom requires to over como tho catarrhal condition. Why She Allowwl Him. It was close on midnight, nnd tho professional guost felt It was high time for him to stop playing. "Porhnps I'd bettor not piny any moro tonight," ho said, wearily. "I soo yofii havo nonr neighbors; and they might bo annoyed. ".You needn't mind them for a mlivuto,'' said his hostess, oamcstly Express. Toward San Francisco Freight. No. 221. 2:43 A.'M. Portland Fast Frolght. No. 22511:28 A. M. Wny-Frolght TIME TABLE CORVAjjLIS & EASTEHN It. R. Trniits from and to Ynqulna. No. 1 Arrlvos at Corvallls ....11:00 a.m. Arrive, nt Albany 5:55 p.m. Leaves Ynqulna 0:45 a. m. Arrives at Albany 11:58 a.m. No. 2 Wo aro perfectly suro they poisoned .Leavo- Albnny 12:35 p. m. our catf, and If thoy did nothing is too bad for them." Youth's Com panion. COFFEE Why do we drink so much poor coffee? Because good coffee is so good. Your irocerrc turni your montjr l( jou don'l. lit. SchUllnn't IJeil; we par him. -v Arrives at Yaqulnn .... 0:15 rum. Trains to ami from Detroit. Leavoo Corvullls 1:40 p.m. No. 3 Lonvcn Albany 7:30 a.m. A. M. 0:00, o7:05, 8:05, 10,05. No. 4 Leaves Detroit 1:00 p.m. follows, commencing Jan. 10, 1908 Trains for Corvallls. No. 8 Loaves Albany 7:65 a.m. Arrives at Corvallls ...,8:35a.m. No. 10. - Loaves Albany Arrlvos nt Corvallls No. 6 Leaves Albany ttee 3:55 p. m. 4:35 p. m. 7:45 p.m. 8:25 p.m. Hud Confidence in Him. "Mind now," said tho judgo, "you nro sworn to tell tho truth, and If Arrlvos nt Corvallla you io nor. mo penuoiuiury win uo Trains for Albany. your portion. jsj0t c Tho man took tho oath nnd then Loaves Corvallls 0:30 a.m. whisp-rcd to hie frlend: lArrlvos at Albany 7:10 a.m. "John, rm nfoared it's ailup wun No 9 you tho judgo says l'vo got to tell j,oaYoa Co tho truth." v Arrlvos at Albany "That's all right, Jim," said hlal No, 7 irtonu, witn connuonco, "i ain't a- Lonvon Cjrvall!a worrln' about that kazo you can't Arrives at Albany Lycnl Wholesale Mnrkct. Eggs 25c. Butter 37 c: butter fnt. 3Gie Hens 10c; mixed chlckons, 9c.' Local wheat 8Gc. Oats 3'5c. Barley $24 $25. Flour Hard wheat, $5.00; valley, 4.00. Hay Cheat, $13; elbver, $10 por ton; timothy, $133$15. Onions 2o lb. Hops 01d,l2c; new, 3 7c. Chlttim bark 4& 5c. Tropical Frnlta. Bananas $0. Oranges $2.25. Lemons $3.60 4.50. "" Retail Market. OatB White, $28 por ton. Wheat $1.00. RolleM barley $30. Eggs 30c. Butter Country, 35c; creamery, 4045c. Flour Valley, .$1.20 pr sack; hard whent, $1.40 $1.50. Bran 85c per sack; $20.50 per ton; shorts, $1.15 per wick. Hay Timothy, 85 90c per cwt; cheat, 90c; clover, 75a per cwt ; shorts, $1.15 per Back. Livestock. Hogs Fat, $5.00. Cattlo 1100 1200 lb toon, 31ic. Lighter steorb 33V4o. Stock hoes $4.00. Cows Top, $2.7G; fair $2.50. Steors Tops, $3.50; fair, $2.75 $3.00. Veal Droaaed, 5 7c. Portland Mnrkct. Wheat Club, 81c; valley, 81c; bl uo stem, 80c. Mlllstuft Bran, $24. Hay Timothy, valloy, $18; nlfal fa, $13.50. Vetch $8.50. Poultry Hens, 1212c; duckB, 1017o; pigeons, 7Gc$1.00. Pork Packers, 5Cc. Hops 5' Cc. Lnmbs $5.25 $0.00. FOX SALS lor Snlc 34 acres adjoining stnto fair grounds", 10 acres east and 24 acres west of tho fair grounds road Can be sold separately or in bulk. Good Improvements nnd all klndB of frulttf. A bargain for tho right party. Call on S. S. Colo, 570 Lib erty streot, Salem. 1-18-lm Wood For Sale Dry cord wood; first, and Eomo second, growth flr. All orders dellvorcd. Prices rea sonably. L. M. Van Cleavo at FalrgroundB Wood Yard. Phono Main 1497. 1-10-lmo For Sale On ensy tormB, If sold Boon, the R. B. Fleming residence, on Center and Cottngo. Enquiro of own.br tor -terms and pricos. 1-8-tf For Sale 8 acres two miles south of Salem, on Liberty road; chick en wlro fenco all around place; new houBO and furnlturo; new out buHdings; threo dozen chlckons. Q. W. Flcsher, Salem, routo No. 3. l-23-2wk Corvallls ilk. M OKen or m ll iWa Ktr.,.. tnhy the wrone ... 1 BM tho m.-.-i Iffrl ""og ifa.. -".5 ior lJ se regular st.tr ' ( ' "( Qnak, p- 411 i. I l, Mi. . " inH' LT '' H 'he y M7 youi i9. the voiib . 1..j ----a man. f the Great." !;,. ,Ter 'as auini .i. lh. r " wi " Jra'i rets. " -' li.r - yon Bonapant." kfar wr'oaalhr?" Vltter ,irf,r Wi m- fc r'w. "any. a:,lOU Youwon-r "Hs,"::5 k 7T,"wayr. l'. IZ. of n.M he rrsciik . ,u ai own K' , . I,a, OC l the - dttkJ ' ar arr do It." Atlanta Constitution. Chembwlalifa Cough Renjcxly n Snfo Mcuicina ior ciiuuren. In buying a cough medlclno for children, never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Thorol Is no dangor from it, and relief td always suro to follow It is intend ed especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, und thero is no bettor medicine in the world for these diseaso. It Is not only a certain euro for croup, but, when given as soon as the croupy cough appears, will provont the attack. Whooping cough Is not dangerous when thia romedy Is given as directed. It con tains no opium or other harmful drugs, and may bo given as confi dently to a baby na to an adult. For sale at Dr. Stones drug store. 2:15 p.m. 2:55 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:40 p. m. No. 11 (Sunday only) Loaves CorvnlllH 11:15 a.m. lArrlvos at Albany . . . . .'ll:68 a. m. No. 12 (Sunday only) Loavoa Albany 12:35 p.m. Arrives at Corvallls .... 1:18p.m. For further information apply to WSf. McMURRAY, Gen. Pnsfl, Agt., Portland, Oregon. Jno. M. Scott, Asst. O. P. A. illllHIIIIIIIIIIIilllllll Tko X White House Restaurant 4 For Regular J 25c Dinner at 20c J They can't bo beat McGtfchrist & Son PronriUnni. imniimiiiiiinHint Peach Seed for Sale. Wo will havo a carload of California Bccdllng peach seed for sale at Salem, nnd would contract with purohasoru to grow us prunes and poaches for fall delivery, 1909. For Informa tion address Chlco Nursery Co., Chico, California. 1-27-tf For Sile Baled hay at $12 por ton. Also sovornl fresh cows. Phono Fnrmers 21. l-20-3t Vor Sale A flrst-clnis frosh Jomcy cow. Enquiro nt ICth and D trooti. O. S. Welch. 1-29-lw For Sale Good big- work horso. Enquiro nt Fashion Stable, of Chas. Ynnnke. ,l-29-3t. DRAYMEN. Caimulns Bros.' Transfer Company All kinds of transfer work done Furnlturo nnd pianos boxed read; for shipment. Prompt sorvlco U our motto. Stand and ofuco at 263 South Commercial titroet Phono 210. Rosldoncn Phone 9R8 ftHSOELliANEOm ANrn'TaltniimrTaTTSnh cast off olothln, broken watches hnd Jewelry. Wo clean nnd prosa. High grndo work. Phono 963. Slgoutuey, 483 Stato. 1-25-to. II. '8. Gilo Co. Wholcsalo groconi and Commission merchants. Wo aro nolo hgonts for Rex Spray. It Is absolutely uniform in strength. A perfect ohomlcnl combination. Costs a Uttlo moro, but cheapest to tho end, strength and reliability considered. 1-16-tI win uio rarty who , borrowed a Snoll blcyclo from Tiro Journal ofllco about two wooks ago kindly roturn Bamo, as tho owner needs it, 1-10-tt Vogct Ijumbcr and Fuel Co. Lum ber ,shtnglo6, building matorfai). wood and coal. Low dtIcm k& prompt dollvorlcfl. One block et of S. P. pasBenges depot Phone 198. 7-2-tf Uutto & Wcndcrotli Fine wlne liquors nnd cigars. Wo handle tho eolobrnted Kollog gand Castle whlsklOB. Cool and refreshing beer conetnntly oi draught. South Commercial streot. 9-3-lyr Enlarged- Our meat markot on East Stnto streot has boon doublod in bIjo and wo aro bettor prepared tkan over to servo cuntomors. Prompt sorvlco nnd tho boat of meats our motto. CaU or phono 199. B, E. Edwards & Co. Wo Aro Cash Purclmflere Of poul try, oggs, and nil kinds of fnnn produce Berry crates msdo up In unlimited lunntltlea. Capital Commission Co., 267 South Com mercial Btroot, Salem. Phono Mais 179. BUTTERNUT I1READ. It is worth moro than any other brond yet tho prlco is no higher. For B.ilo at your grocoro'. CALIFORNIA BAKERY", Thomas & Cooloy, Props. LIVERY AND 113130 .STAflLlW Livery and Fc-d Stables Old Post ofllco Stables, at 254 Ferry otroet, botweon Commercial and Front utreoto. Telcphono 188, Somo ot tho finest liveries In tho city can bo found here. Dick Wostncott, proprietor. 10-1-lyr Huie Wing Sang Co. Removal Sale We nro soiling out all goods at cost price, Movo and soil store building and all tho goods. Everything must go. 346 Court Street, Salem, Or. i PLUniER8. TIico. M. Burr Plumning, hot waio. and Bteam heating ant! tinning 164 Commercial strout. Pbone Male 192. 9-1-lyr M. J. Pctzcl Plumbing, steam and gas fitting. Succossor to Knox & Murphy, 226 Commercial itreet Prono Main 17. LobtiKir .rarni'ntvrH union no. Union No, 3065 of Carpontom aiai Jolrors of Amorica moot over? Saturday ovenlng at 7:30 p. ra. Ih. Hoarot hall, 420 Stato St. A. W Donnln, Roe, Sec. ForcstcrN of AnurJca Court Shcr wood Foroslora, No. lf. Moet Wodnosdny In Hurct hall, Stato Btroot. Waldo Miller, C. R.; J. C Perry, financial Hccrotary. Central Lodgo No. 18, K. of !V- Cantlo Hall in Holinnn block, cot nor Stato and Llborty stroetc Tuesday of each week at 7;80 y. m. Oocar Johnson, C. C.t B. II. Anderson, IC of R. and 8. PROFESSIONAL. G. V. x:ills, M. D. PhyHlclnn and Burgeon. Tolephono 307 Main Offices, 640 Stato street, opposite Woodmen of World Moot overy Fri Modern Woodmen of America Ore gon Cedar Camp No. 6246. Meets overy Thursday evening at o'clock in Holman hall. W. W. Hill, V. C; F. A. Tumor, clork. court house, Salem, Or. Rosldonc Phono 313 Main. 8-13- lmo Salem Fence Works - ua u m llc on a ' groH-in cUnf. Bt-. v. "." lv "- . 4 StfrriTt- Hw'6"- Z. vhw ta m z ; 1st ? trtoxm Srrn a?!!?P.re - - miib oy IREUND INVESTMENT CO. Wednesday, January 29, 1908 Will open for buslnese at 135 South Commercial stro-t, next door to T, S. Town -end Creamery, the room having been thoroughly overhauled ind equipped for tho ly49lne-s. We will handle all classes of 'arm and city property. Umber lands, stock ranches, mining properties and Eastern Oregon wheat lauds for sale or ex change. We ask you to call and see us and solicit the listing of jour property for qulek sal . believing that no ono can serve you bo well. We have connections at Port land, Spokane and many East ern Oregon and Washington points that are already send ing ub many inquiries for prop erty in this vicinity. ,Mr. H. S. Pojsal. well-known to you by his splendid work aj secretary of the Salem Board of Trade, will bo our city representative. JAMES IRELAND, Manager Ofllre Pliouc Maine 334. Residence Phone 300. Headquarters for Woven Wire Fencing. Netting, Pickets, Gates, Muithold Roofing, P. & B. Ready Roofing All at lowest prices. CHAS. D. MULLIGAN Successor WALTER MORLEY. 350 Court St. Salem, Ore. m New Management The management of the Cap ital City Laundry wishes to no tlfy its patrons that it will be closed for repairs and to in stall new machinery until the first of the ear. After the first of the yoar it will be run un der the management of COMBS & HAINER The owners being the managers HMWig( NM 830 COURT STREET, X Call and try t&a. Meal 15c. also reasonable. AT TIHJ Board per freek I3.7E, f furnished rooms very S Salem Restaurant MEALS i5c 7WW1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i-t h i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 iii I ELITE HOTEL Restaurant and hotel, on ! ; European plan. Menls at all ' hours on short order. Regular - dinner 25 conts. Thirty new ', '. y finished furnished rooms. E. ECKERLEN, Prop. 148 Commercial St. i 1 1 it t-n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t-H- SA8n AND DOOR FACTORIES. Frank M. Brown. Manufacturer of sash, doors, mouldings. All kjpdi of houso finish and hard wood work. Front street, between Stat and Court. Make all complaint at the office. Hotel St. Philip Fourth and Fifth and BBroaid Streets, Portland, Oregon. New fireproof European Hotel Steam heat, Modern convenience Rates 11.00 per day and up. Uniou depot car will land you at the door. H. PERCE, Prop. WANTED. WantedEvery ono that has proper ty to soil to list with the Latham Land Co. Over Portland General Eleotric Co. 1-14-tf Wanted If you want a marble or granito monumont wo can savo you monoy. Wo don't pay big rent nor city taxes you get the baneflt, Como and got our pricos, and be convinced. Our shop 1b In City View osmatary. Blaesing Grantie Co., J. D. Bobannan, manager, 1-13- day night at 7:80, In Holman hall, L. E. Peunell, O. O.; P. L, Frai ir, Clork. Lincoln Annuity Union. Sick, aet4 dent nnd ponslon insurance; $2, 000,000 plodg-d; ovary claim paid Good ngent wantod. J. II. O. Mongomory, supremo organlrer, Box432 Salem, Orogon. R, R. Ryan, secretary, 646 State street. THE O.K. GROCERY Wanted A yoning lady, living at homorfo oeM tiokeU at Nlokolodlon i Apply at once to mgourney, jcoom 6, Branch Hotel. l-28-3t Wanted Expert ploture machine operator an a boy to take tickets. References required, for) the MckeiodJon -6 Jv 1 -- lL i THAT SMILE OfSDELIGHT Is on everybody's faco who bought Slgourney. Room 6, Branch ho tol. Apply at onco'our bojjday grocorles, and it will not jiit.it come off, olthor, as long as you pat ronize us. Good crocoilos and nootf Wanted- A first class nd. solicitor. g0rvIco Is our objoot. Wo havo a BchatHoto7' 8,BOUrneyi-2T3nt G'i,nr 6tock of taPl and tally Ood '. i .for you to select from. Try us. Wo Wanted Ofllco furnlturo sultablo aro geographically in the center of for real estate business. P. O. jttio oily We wish to havo you try box 152. Balom. l-29-3t ', us. OATOHXA. KfSAtU (Z&vm&t A. A. ENGLEBART, Twelfth Street near Wooleu Mill Phon 122, If