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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1008
MARKET REPORTS BY WIRE BAY CITY MARKET t . t QUOTATIONS ON ritODU.CE AT SAN FIIANCISCO and ronx IAND LOCAL MARKET COR IIHOTUD 01 TO DATE GrainCOecra House JOHN F. COUDHAV, Manager ;' Koiir Nlglits, Starting Wednesday, June 17th Georgia Harper and Company . . Iy Repertoire ofGoofl Plays U KvEINESJAY, JUNE SL7 Wednesday, "NElU'GWYNNE" ricesij-r-OOc; 33c and 23t "IM Tdltlce Open Wehne-ul ulny 0 A. M. TORRID ZONE FUNARCE I Biflfi itmniKlHKII . ilfHH8& JarSSjRMHBa Tho nbovo cut roprosontB our brick lined Torrid Zone Furnace, Guaranteed gas, smoke and du&i A. L. FRASER 238 STATE STREET. Estimates furnlsnea on beating Graber Bros. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING ("United Prow Lenad Wire.) . San. Francisco, Juno 17 Wheat No. 1 California club, por conta!, $l.G2l6S1.6C; white milling club, 9l.Q2W81.67b; whlto Australian, 91.701.72; northorn bluostem, $1.70 1.73 northern club, $1.05 Q1.G7$6; Inferior gradoj of wheat, 91.40(3)1.55. Barluy No 1, feed, $1.27 1 10 1. ..ilili unmn Imelnt' 91 9 7 U. Tfi 1.30; common to fair, $1.22 j 1.23; browing at San Francisco, noinlnal to $1.47; Chevalier, $1.05 1.85, according to quality. Ekks Por dozen. California frosh Including enses, extras, 23c; firsts, ' 22c; aocondH, 20c; thirds, ism-c; eastern seconds, 17c. Butter por pound," California fresh, extras, 23c; firsts, 22 c; seconds, 22c; packing, No. 1, 21c; packing, No. 2, 20 c. Now chooKO, per pound, Callfor- nn flnfq filttftV. 11U.C! flratft. lid seconds, 10 c; California Young lrf Economical and durable. Amorica, fancy, 13 c; firsts, 13c; i Eaatorn Oregon, fancy 13c; Eadtorn ( Oregon, Young Amorica, fancy, 14 c; storago, eastern, fancy Now York, 10c; Oregon, lie. I Potatoos por cental, Oregon Burbankn, $1.2,5 (Jfl.SG; now, $1.00 01.75, boxes, $1.50. Onlono Por crate, Bormudas, DOdJGoc; AiiHtrnllati brown, $3.00 G3.50; rods, 05375c; silver skins, $t.001.10. I Oranges por box, navols, $2.50(03 3.75; fancy valonclas, $3.50;. Medi terranean sweets, fancy, $2.50 ZT2.7G. I K4liF.M MARKET. Local Wholesale Market. EggH lGc. Buttor Creamery 2Cc. Cown-i-$33.r0. ', Honii 9c; young chlckons, 12c. Local wheat SCcffOOc. Oata $1.45. Barloy $2G. - Flour Hard whoat,- $45034.S0. r-lloy, $1.00. Hay Cheat, $13fl14; clover, tf 0 por ton; timothy, $14 do. Onions 3ic. Hops 1007 crop, 44c. Cancara Baric 3 toMlfcc. Mohair 1 So. ' riwrtll MtirKeu. Oat $1.45 (JT1. GO per cwt. Whoat $1.00. Rolled barloy $3 lj Egjr.a 17 c. Buttor Country, 20c; croamory, 30c. Flour Valley, $1.10 1.20 por sack; hard whoat, $1.40 1.45. Bran 90o por sack; $31.50 per ton; ahortH. S1.25 por sack. Hay Choat, $1C.5017; clover, $15; choat, 85c; clovqr SOc ior cwt, Ora,ngoa $2. 05 2.75. Livestock. Hogs Fat, $5.50. Stock hogs $4 4.50. Stoora 34c. Veal G 7c. Tropical FrulU. BananaB $C.G0. Oranges $3.75 fl1 4.00. LctnouH $4 4.50, Portland Market. PoRiltry Hens, 13(14c; ducks bbuostom, 91c. Poultry Hens, 1415c; ducks, 17lSc; pigeons, old, $1 por dozen. MlllBtuff Bran, $20. Hay Timothy, valloy, $7.50; al falfa. $12 12.60. $3 Will glvo prompteattontlon to all ordors, guarantco our work to glvo satisfaction nud to be up to tho sanitary stand ard. WE WILL RE PLEASED TO GIVE ESTIMATES ON CONTRACTS. Call at our shop on Liberty street, baok or flarr'a Jewelry Store. Phone 550 L OW R1ATES F A ST Will B. MnI, Tlita Season liy the d'ijy Hern 1 FA C tp. I C (LINES iN'REGONr" From Sale.cn, Ore, AS FOLLOWS: BOTH WAYS ONE WAY TO THROUGH ' VIA PORTLAND CALIFORNIA Chicago $74.15 $87.50 St. Louis $69.15. $82.50 St, Paul. $61.65 $817.5 Omaha . $61.65 $75.00 Kansas City $61.65 $75.00 TICKETS WTLL BE'ON 8ALE May 4, 18 JuneS, 6, 19, 20 July 6' 7, 22, 23 August 6,7,21,22 Good for roturn In 90 days' with stopover privilogos at ploasuro within liuilt3 REMEMBER THE DATES For any further information call on agont3. W.M. M'MURRAY, Gonoral Passongor Agent, PORTLAND, OREGON. Time Card No. 53, Southern Pacific co., directive Sunday, May 17, 1008. Toniuil Portland. Pnssotmer. No. 10. 5:13 a. in. Oregon Ex press. No. 18. S:40 a. m. Cottago Grove pasaonger. No. 12. 2:45 p, m. Roseburg pas senger. Toward Portland, Freight. No. 222. 5:00 p. m. Portland fast freight. No. 220.-10:4011:28 a. in. way freight. Toward San Francisco, Passenger, No.' 11 1:03 a. in. Ros6bu,rg pasBengd' No. 17. C:4L p. m. Cottago Grove passongo. No. 15. 9:bl p. in. California. ex press. No. 13. 3:31 a. in. San Francisco express. Toward San Francisco, Freight. No. 221. 2:43 a. m. Portland fast freight. No. 225. 11:28 a. in. way frolght Something Doing Every lULY Oregon Electirc Time Table Time of arrival and departurolof cars at Salem Is as follows, Portlaud and lntonnndlato peints: Huie Wing Sang Co. Catarih Cnnnot Ho Cured, with local applications, as they cannot roach tho sont of tho disease. Catarrh l n blood or constitutional disease, and In order to euro It yoi must take Internal romodlos. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken InUl'iinUy, and acts dlroctly on tho blood ami mu cous surfacoa. Hall's Catarrh Curo is not a quack medicine. It was pre scribed by oho of tho host physicians In this country for years and is n rogular pioscrlptlon. It Is composed of tho bet tonics known, combined with the bast blood purifiers, acting directly on tho mucous surfaces. Tne perfect combination of tho two in gredients Is what produces BtitU wondorfnil results In curlug Catarrh. Send for testimonials free, F, J. Cheney &Co., props.. Tole do, O. Tako Hull's Family Pills for con stipation. Sold by all druggists, price 75c, I- o RIG STOCK OF GOODS Wo make up all kinds of wrappers and whlto underwear, waists, klmon as and skirts; all kinds of gentle men' and ladles' furnishing goods, all kinds of silks nud dress goods hoso, suits, pants, overalls, blankets. npekwear, matting, chinawaro trunks, embroidery and lacol(lkotc. OUR STORE REST. Goods now at very low pjlco bin sale. ii'M N. Commercial St., Salem, Oi, THE AVENUE Creams, ices, cigarj and coafec ions. Cornor of Seventeenth rnti Asylum ayonuo. N. u. Bker. proprietor. CHICHESTER'S PILLS A.' iM'ii. hi .k jour 'iil';IiU'I a' I'll!, i. !:.. . ul -V . i ! . a V, TaVunt ii'ln,- )1m) (.( put V llniJnl.L. A I 111!' lH..Trr uni.L HtVUUMt 'IIMi I'll l.(il Yir: im I t 'A kui,l SOIOBYOiJl'ni.lSTSrVtRWHJiR Local Exproin Local Express Local ExproAs Arrive 8: 40 a. m. 10:50 a. m. 1:25 p. m. 4:20 p.m. 5:45 p. m. 8:20 p.m. Loavo 6:00 a.m. 9:05 a. m. 11:05 a. m. 1:4G. p.m. 3:28 p. m, 0:00 p. m. Ammm 3 T1 At SALEM CELEBRATE ...WITH US... Minute ' flPHBii I ir M&ym ,,ua,I 1 mrnSmk I I I 1 Hfc At SALEM r 1T. CELEBRATE U f I'll 1 U iH ...WITH OS FIVE BANDS WILL . FURNISH MUSIC, BASE BALL, RE LAY RACE, BABY SHOW and other sports which will be men tioned from time to time in the daily press notices; sucli as catching greased pigs, auto races, balloon ascention, etc. FIRE W0RKS"Themosl beautiful ever seen in Salem. SKELETONS (Continued From Page 1.) boforo tho police know of tho clr oumsfanco. Tho first knowledgQ of tho dlscovory was brought to tho authorltloi by ofilce'rs who found n boy walking through tho crowded business portion of tho city carrying a human skull. Old rosldonts doclaro that no bur ial placo was located In thnt part of tho town and an Investigation if bu lug made, as thn spot Is near a no toilous public lieu BO. 1 u 'TENNESSEE WILL PROHAHLY HE STRONG FOR RRYAN j (United Pros Lemcd Wlre.i I Na&hvlllo. Tonn.. Juno 17. Th'i Democratic stato conventloa VA oponod hare today developed low strong yipport for Governor Joit son of Mlnneso'a, but It li M ti,n...,i.f tn in aiiflirlent to preveit tho gathorlng pledging for BrrM, TvvoiU-ioiir ueiegnie i ": to tho Denv -r convention and thoao will, It Is conseded, be W able to tno ieurnKan. Simnr-mnxrasitm. . mmm" ii urn iwinr"" ' i ffl Kjw iKh'! Jwv iVl MM Ul n am. Vtf Af CORVALLIS Ai EASTERN R. R. 'XIJIE TABLE No. 4 Leaes Dntroit 1:00 p. ni follows, commencing. Jan. 16, 1908,) Trains for Corvnllis. No. 8 Leaves Albany 7:65 a. m rrlves pt CorvallU ...,8:35 a. m No, 10, Loave3 Albany ........ 3:55 p. ra Arrives at Corvallls. .'. . 4:35 p. ia. No. 6 Loaves Albany ,, 7:45 p. m Arrives at CoryaUls .... 8:25 Mn. Trains 'for Albany. " No. 6 Leavos Corvallls ..,'.,., 0:30 a. m- Arrives at Albany ,,,',, 7;10a. m No. 9 eaves Corvallls 2:15 p. m Anlve3 at Albany 2:65 p. m No. 7 Loaves Corvallls ...... 6:00 p. m Arrives at Albany C:40p. m No, 11 (Sunday only) Loaves Cprvallla 11:15 a. in Arrives at Albany 11:58 a. m No. 12 (Sunday only) Leavoa Albany ....... .12:35 p. m Airlvw a Corvnllis .... 1:18 p. ro For further information apply tc Trnlu? tom and to Yaquina. No. 3. Ar-lves a. Corvallls .... 11:00 a. m Arrive. a.t Albany 5:55 p. m Leavos Yaquina 6:45 a. m O C T. Co. Steamers Pomona and Orogonla lQavo for Portland Monday, Wednes day an Friday at -10 a. m: and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. in. For Corvallls, Tuesday Thursday and Saturday about 7 p m. M. P. Baldwin. ageaL 0ce BISHOP'S READY TAILORED SUITS ARE THE MOST STYLISH AND BEST WEARING CLOTHES MADE FOR MEN If yon atelooklng for a Sack Stflt of real sterling qtlH moderate p ice, come In and see out largcandsuperbco c $ i 0-00 to $3000 Stf aw Hats Come early, and get your pick from oar excellent line o staw hats, AH styles and sizes . $1.50 to $5.00 miransSaleni Woolen Mill Store MIQHAILS, aTCRM A CO. nCHtiTi. n, v. ana aocK at root or nue street. M. P. BALDWIN, Agwit.