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DAILY OAPTOAL JOURNAL, SALKM, OREGON. MONDAY, MARCH 1, IMfU
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down palJi8,crainis
mill chiin, nui l
could not sloop
nights. My mother
wrote to jm re. I'm k
hamforadiKw.iihd I began to trke
LydlnJil'lnkhnm's
Vmrt uliln (ta.
Aitov iiil;liit? one nud one-
r ottH of the Compound, I nin nil
ri t pjnin. and a recocimiHi u iu
.. niiiTfi'lnir woman." iii'-. May
Ikal, Winchester, Ind.
lfu .'.c'j tf such letters from id rh
id nilhe.a expressing wen k. ";"
r ut J.ydin H. l'lukhnm's Vep-
ble Compound has neeompl h!i d foi
U... i.uvx lii'en received bvTho iAillrt
I. pinkham Medicine Company, Lynn,
J.T'S. . . . ... . .... ....I.....I
Girls who arc trouuicu wiui pauum
lr irregular penuun, u.ikwiiv, -""-lehe,
dnisging-dnwii HoiisutloiiB, falnt
Iik spells or indigestion, should take
ftnmeatnie ncuou w "" " . , v
hs consequences and bo restored to
LiiM. iiv I .villa 15. rinkham's Vece-
hble Compound Thousands havo been
l( "ltored to nenun uy us use.
If youwonlil nico special nuyiuu
Liw.iVi voiiv iMiso write a coiiiuleii-
till letter to "VI is. IMiilcliiuu, at
t.xtm. Mn-s. Her ndvico is free,
Find iihnus helpful.
CASTOR! A
Por Infants and Ghildron.
Tfie Kind You Have Always Bought
&!
WILD BOARS TREE
HUNTERS IN JUNGLES
JIEAR TAMPIGO
W. A. PARKER, HARRY MOLER AND DR.
CONTRIS WOUND A SMALL PIG AND
SOON THEREAFTER STHEY ARE TREED
BY FEROCIOUS HOGS WHIGH TRY TO
GNAW DOWN TREE
THE MARKETS
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
To be treed by a droro of wl'.d
hogs Is not any too pleasant, out
when the hogs try to cat down the
trco It becoino real Interesting. Im
ports of such an Interesting experi
ence wero brought back horo by A.
W. Parker, Harry Molor and Dr.
Contrls, who have returned from a
ten days' hunting and fishing trip In
tho vicinity of Tamplco.
Disgusted with tho constant biting
of fish at Tamplco, this party of
three of Mexico's crack huntorB, toon
n Btroll out about 80 kilometers from
Tamplco, and had nil kinds of luck.
Thnt Is, thoy had luck seolng game,
but Dr. Contrls used his gun bo fre
quently that tho other two hunters
did not havo n chanco to shoot. They
enme out Into a Jamglo, nbout nine
miles square, nnd the hunters under
took to ponotrnto It, In ordor to savo
the tlmo of walking nround It, a dis
tance of 20 mllos.
Just In tho middle, of tho Junglo
Doars tho
Blgnaturo of
nl hours. Angered at their plight,
Dr. Contrls spotting a drore of wild
plgr, shot ono of thorn. Immediately
the drove mndo an attack and put tho
gay hunters up a treo. All threo wont
up n small sprout, and tho hogs ou
dertook to eat It down. Tho attack
on the trco continued for about an
hour, nnd the hunters could fool the
Binnll trco leaning.
About noon the pigs gnvo It up At
a bad Job nnd wtthdrow. Tho threo
hunters climbed down and mndo
their wny out of tho jungle.
"That Dr. Contrls," said W. A
Pnrkor this mornlnc. ruined tho
wholo thing. What could wo do lut
Just climb a troo' Ono gun will not
kill n hundred pigs nt ono shot, nnd 1
had Just tlmo enough to fire onco, nnd
then lire up thnt tree. Wo fouud
lots of deer In tho Junglo, but ovory
time Dr. Contrls would co BOino good
for nothing bird nnd shoot It, nnd
tho door would chnso out of sight.
San Francisco, Fob. 27. Wheat
No. 1 California club, por contnl,
$1.80 1.82 ; California whlto mill
ing, $1.80 1.85; northern blucstom,
$1.9001-97; off grades wheat,
$1.G5(01.75; rods, $1.751.77.
Dnrloy Feed barloy, $1.40
$1.42; common to fair, $1.35
1.40; browlrtg at San Francisco, nom
inal nt $1.45 1.50; chovnllor, $1.50
1.G0, according to quality.
Eggs Por dozen, California fresh,
Including cases, extras, 22c; firsts,
21c; seconds, 20c; thirds, 20c;
pullets, selected, 20c.
Butter Per pound, California
freshj oxtrns, 36 c; firsts, 33c; boc
ondB, 30 c; storngo, California ex
tra, 32 c; storngo, eastern, 31 c;
Indies, oxtrns, 23 c.
Cheese Por pound, California
flats, fancy, 15c; firsts, 14c; seconds,
12c. California Young Amorlcn,
fancy, lCc; firsts, 15c. Eastern Now
York Cheddars, fancy, 17 c; Oregon
flats, Jancy, 14 c; do Young Aiuor
lca'fancy, lGc; California storage,
fancy flats, 13c; Oregon flats, fancy,
14 c; do Young America, lCc.
Potatoes Por contnl, Early Rose,
$2; rlvor whites, fnncy, $1.401.G0;
No. 2 (wnter sonkod Btock), $1.00
$1.25; Lompoc Burbnnks, $1.85 2;
do Salinas, $1.C01.75; do Oregon,
$1.G51.7K- sweot potntocs, por
crate, $1.05 1.75; do por sack,
$1.15.
Onions Por sack, Orogons, $1,75
2.00.
Oranges Por box, navels, Btnndnrd
$1.25 02.25; fnncy, $22.50; tun
gerlnos, half orango boxes, $11.50;
mandarines, por box, 75c $1.00.
Retail Market.
Flour, por sack ,....$1.86
Eastern Oregon .$1-60
tlrnti. tinr nnck nO
Shorts, por sack $1.35 1.50
Whont, por bu 10G
Uollod $29.0029.GO
Drowlng $27.50
Local Wholcsnlo Market.
Wheat, por bushel 90c
Oats, por bushol W
Flour, hnrd wheat $5.45
Flour, valley G20
Mill feed, shorts 1 3a
Mill food, bran "
Hops, 1908 crop 57C
HopB, 1907 crop 23c
Ohlttlm bark 3Go
Wool, coarso 13
Wool, modlum 1Bo
Mohair 1 20c
Hay, cbont $13.00
Hny, clovor $12.00
Potatoes, bushol 4045o
AppleB, bushel 50o$1.00
OnlonB, por cvrt aiuvu
Pruncn, por pouna iwsu
Cranborrleo, Howe's varloty, bbl
' $13.00
lluttcr and Hggfl.
Eggs lJ
Uuttor, croninory 3Co
Butter-fat 5Co
Choeso, twins 1Co
AFTER THE BWPPE
Tinol Swtored Thla Mm?
Strength
"Several years ago I was attacked by
a Bcvoro caso of grippe, which left
with n hacking cough, soreness 1h T
chest, nnd bronchitis. I took aearly
verr kind of coush Byrup sold on tha
market, besides medicine glvon me by
nhvnlnlann.
T rAcnlved no nermancnt relief until
my dmgglst nsked mo to try Vlnol,
and after Inking threo bottlos I was
entirely cured.
I bollovo Vlnol to bo tho groatcst
blessing over ottered to tho public, a
It docs what Is claimed for it." R, H R.
Hicks, Maplcsvllle, Ala.
Tho reason Vlnol cures chronlo
coughs, colds and pulmonary troubles
Is because It contnlnB tonlo Iroa and
nil tho healing and body building ele
ments of cod liver oil but no oil.
Vlnol Ib also uncxcollod as a strength
bulldor for old peoplo, dollcato children,
weak and run-down persons, and alUr
lckneBS.
O. W. PUTNAM CO.
tho party lost Its boarlnga nnd Lots of gnmo In tlint Jungle, mil no
strolled around In a clrclo for Bovcr- moro wild hogs for me." Exchnngo
LIMB-SULPHUR SOLUTION ;;
Niagara, tho tried and
proved 32 tost. Prlcos on nppll- ! !
cation. Spoclal No. 2, guaran- 1 1
toed 30 test, at $6.50 por 10-
gallon barrol, full measuco at Z
Salem. Mado only by Oregou J
Spray & GnB Co., Portland, Or. t
Hood River Spray Mfg Co.
Hood Rlvor, Or. On Salo at I
Salem by II. P. Chase, succei- T
sor to Ohaso & Skalfo. Golden 5
Rulo Dazarr, Mrs. B. T. Swart, X
proprlotor. S
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WATT?
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223 S. COMMERCIAL Sr
SAM CASTO
FAMOUS HORSE TRAINER.
Is now located at Canby Oregon,
tho best winter quarters In the Nortn
west for training and developing
oung horses. Sam bns room for a
few moro prospects, either for tin
load or t-ack and would llko fo
rommunlcato with anybody wishing
tholr borso trained. Mr. Casto Is
' onceded to bo tho best colt man Jn
'ho West and his suocosa on tho Sa
.em track bears out this statemoat.
Terms reasonable and satUfaotJon
guaranteed. Addresc
SAM CASTO, Canby, Oregon.
Prof. II. A. Howell of Himiiiii, Cuba,
Itt'Coinmi'iKls CIuuiiIktIiiIii'm
Cough Remedy.
"Ah long ago as I can remember
my mother was a faithful user and
friend of Chiunborhitn u Cough Ilom-
' edy, but never In my llfo havo I ronl
Ized Its tnto valuo until now," writes
Prof. II. A. Howoll of HowoH'b Amor-
lean School, luivaun, Cuba. "On tho
night of February 3rd our baby was
taKon Hick with a vory sovoro cold;
tho next day was worse and tho fol
lowing nlKht his condition was don
porate. Ho could not llo down nnd
H whh neceHry to havo him In tho
arms every moment. Wven then his
breathing was difficult. I did not
think he would live until morning.
At lust I thought of my mother's
remedy, Chamberlain' Cough Item
edy, which we gave, and It afforded
prompt relief, and now tnre nays
lator. he has fully recovered. Under
the circumstance I would not heal
tate a moinont In saying that Cham
berlain' Cough Remedy, and that
only, saved the llfo of our dear llttlo
boy." For wd by Dr. Stone's drug
store.
r
MHiihattan'i postoffloe receipts
mnount'io $54,870 dally.
o
BASEBALL SEASON
AGAIN IN SIGHT
(United Irci Ltaicd Wlre.T
Portlnnd, Mnrch 1. Manager Wul
tcr McCrcdlo of tho Portland team
of tho Pnclflc Coast leaguo and two
of his players, Ed Kennedy and Oto
Johnson, aro today, speeding toward
San I.uIh Obispo, Cal., where spring
training will bo Indulged In. Thoy
will bo Joined there by tho other
plnyors.
'McCrudlo says that for the first
tlmo since he has boon manager, all
of his men signed up boforo tho open
ing of the HOtison. Tho Portland
baseball magnate Is Jubilant over tho
aituutlou. Ho Hay his twain I ono
of tho fnstotit In thu loagiie, and that
the nlno that wins tho pennant. If
tho Heavers do not capture It thom
elvoa, will have to fight with him
for It.
o
TWENTY-THIRD TRIAL
FOR A. T. PATRICK
I'mqualeil as a Cure for Croup.
"Uosldea being an oxoellent remedy
for colds and throat troubles, Cham
berlain's Cough Romedy Is unequnled
ttii cure for oroup." say Harry
Wilton of Waynetown. Ind. When
given m toon m the croupy wigh
apears. tbta ntmT will prevent the
attack. It to mctMBtulW In
many thowaanda of . ror -.-by
Dr. ltoa's drf store.
--o
Tkrwi hWMlrwl rl mukyl
l the harwa ud " York'
and ximucky ha a girl Joky.
TIIE TRIPLEX DAG
Four Rags In One.
Simple, atrong. stylish, serviceable.
First it's a puroe. A twist of the
wrist and It's a handbag and inuiic
portfolio comhlned. Unroll a bit fur
ther and you havo a Miiall witchel.
For salo by Elsie L. Goodhue, agent.
Phone 768. 2-16-lrao
A woman Is Just at clover as the
i.oeds demand these days if she can
n.ake a good salad, and keep the
ratB In her hair covered.
Great Chinese Doctor
h. M. HUM
Ha, medicine which will cure an
known dlsrase. He makes a special
ty of, aud guarantees to cure Catarrh
Asthma, Lung. Throat, Rheumatism,
Debility. Stomach, Liver. Kidney
Troubles; also any blackened or
swollen soreness, broken MmM.
Smallpox; Epidemic; nil kinds o!
Bolls, Lost Manhood, Female Weak
ness. Hernls Trouble and pfj'""
Consultation free. Care of Ylck bo
Tong Co., Chinese drug and herns.
155 High St.. upstairs. Salem. Or.
(.mer
Uf good nuk MM,'a rTt lek;
uea Inawad of totting thenwelrft gat
sick and then try to cure It. So long
ayou keep V '- b0WeU MBd
stamaeh l Nltl.y and active con
dition you won't get sick. Ballard s
Herblne relieves oonstlpatlon, lnac-
Ive Uvw and Bl1 Bl0I"eh snd ,MWel
trouble. AH dealers.
We should think. In view of the
lank of trouble ta o0"10 to Svs,tr"
i-nd. . lot of other small Huropean
state would try their luak as re9ub-
(Unltfd Pr I.aid Wlro.J
Now York, Mnrch 1. Albort T,
Patrick, tho lawyer, who was con
victed of murdor In tho first degroo
for tho killing of William Marh
Rice, a millionaire, moro than eight
yoars ago, omerged onco moro from
Sing Sing prison today and appeared
In tho Bupromo court In Brooklyn, to
tako up his fight for freedom for tho
twenty-third tlmo.
Pntrlok'H long incarceration nnd
his unceasing work over tho law
book which line his coll, havo loft
their mark on him until hlB forme.'
friends could scarcoly bollovo ho
was the man thoy used to know.
PORTLAND MARKET.
Wheat Oracle Prices.
Club $1.00
BlUOHtOlll 11-10
Turkey red 08o
Red RuBslnn 0o
Vnlloy 1-00
Flour.
PatontH '- ?G-I
Straights $4.754.85
Exports I-I-00
Valley G--5
Graham, 1 Back t $5.00
Wheat, wholo $4.05
Ryo $5.50
Barley.
Feed .' , 8-00
Oats.
No. 1 Whlto $35.00
Gray 34.00
Hny.
Wlllamotto val. fancy tlmothy$10.00
Wlllnmotto vnl ordinary. .. .$13.00
Mixed J18.00
EiiHtom Oregon, fancy. .... . .$17.50
Alfalfa $15.00
Clovor I'l-OO
Cheese.
F. O. Twin 15 16c
F. C. Trlplota 15 16c
Young Amorlcn i '
Cream brick t. ...1820o
Swiss, block 1820o
Ltmbunsor 18 20c
o
Foloy'a Kldnoy Romedy will euro
any caso of kldnoy or blnddor trou
blo thnt 1b not boyond tho roach of
medicine. Cures bnckacho and lrrog
ularltlcs that If noglcctod might ro
Biilt In Brlght'B dlscaso or dlnbotoH.
J. C. Perry.
PRPFLAND STORE
CHANGES HANDS
Mr. J. L. Freelond of this city haB
Just sold IiIh Hecond-hnnd atoro to
Mr. J. N. Griffith, foriuorly of Doug
Iiih eountv. OroKon. Tho sale was
Go With r Rash. M
Tho domand for that wonderful
Btomftch, llvor and kldnoy cure, Dr.
King's Now Llfo Pills Ib astounding.
J, o. Perry says ho nover saw w
llko. its because thoy nevor fallt to
ouro Bour stomach, constipation, Indt-
gostlon, bllloMsncBS, jaundice, i
headncho, chills and malaria. Only
25c.
In tho Inst flvo years, In Now York
city, 593,714 tonnntB havo gono Into
now flnt houses.
mado through tho agonoy of Bchultz
& Bartlett, at 400 Stato etroot.
Mr. Griffith IntondH to enrry a
luruo stock of now na woll aa second
hand goods nnd modestly luvltos n
liberal shnro of pntronngo. HIb mot-
to will bo "A pleased crtHtomor his
beHt ndverllBor.
Mr. -I. L- Froolnnd ulso bought
through tho ugoncy of Bchultz &
Bartlot a flno fruit farm of 185
acres In Douglas county, Oregon. Wo
predict that with tlio onorgy Mr.
Freoland UHiinlly putn Into nn under
taking that ho will mnko a great
buccohh raising poachoH and grnpos,
for which hla farm Is so woll adapt
ed. HIh farm ulso Iiiih 00 acreH of
flno watermelon land which ho will
make good uso of.
Coffee
The sroma-tlght cn protects
it Rlnst Impurities and deteri
oration never sold In bulk.
Your urocer will grind It
hotter If ground at home not
too line.
2
In order to have good, healthy,
pwfeut dtgttiloN keep yonr auimueh
well by taking Kodol for dyapila
and Indigestion ocuaiilonully Just
when you neod It. PIohmiu to take,
bold by all druggists.
llos.
o-
The folding
used In 1839.
n-oe waa flrai
Simple Roiiutdy f- ! GrifqH'.
La grippe coughs are dangerous
an they frequently develop Into pneu
monla. Foley's Honey and Tar not
oaly stops the eough but heals and
strengthens the lungs so that no se
rious result whkI be feared. The
gonulue Foley's Honey and Tar eon
tain no harmful drugs and Ib In a
yellow paekage. Refuse substitutes
J C Perr
Venezuela Ikdiavlng.
(United I'reu Ltcted Wire.
Buffalo. X. Y., March 1. "Tho sit
nation in Venezuela has improved
since Castro left," declared W. I
Buchanan, speolal commissioner to
that country, in aa interview today
on Venezuelan condltlone.
"President Gomez Is doing every
thing to dispel the Impression oreat
od by Catro. and harmony will be 'C-
established soon."
A Reliable Remedy
FOR
CATARRH
Elf's Cream Balm
it qukklr brtd.
Cum Relief at Once.
It olwinMX, noothfc,
Leal and t.ro'eeU
the diaied wera-
brane rtuituig from Catarrh and drive
away aCold m the Heail quickly. Restore
, K.DIMOI Tita and BtiitlL Full feixd
I tXt gt. at DroggioU or by reall. Liquid
Oreoia Wax zor ue m MomiHn iu cm.
Ely Brothers, 6fi Wturen Street, New York.
MIllMuffH.
Bran 120.50
Middlings 133.00
Shorts, country ,...$31.00
Shorts, city $30.00
Chop 122.00
Dresxed MiutN.
Hogs, fancy twwbo
Hobh, ordinary 0 7c
IMonlc 10o
Hog's, largo Sc
Voal, extra 910c
Voal. ordinary 78o
Voal. heavy "c
Mutton, fnnoy 07o
Cottngo roll Ho
Breakfast 1521o
Regular short cloars, smoked. .. l3o
Ditto, unsmoked 12c
Cloar baoks, smoked 13c
Shoulders -Up
Poultry.
Chlokons, mlxod 12 13c
lions, fanoy 13 14c
Roosters, old lOo
Brollora and fryers 10 017c
Dressod poultry, 1 cent pound high
er. Ducks 1516c
Goose, live 10011c
Turkeys 1718c
Drossed 2023c
Butter.
Fanoy .- 3637o
Obolae 30c
Store , 1820c
Eggs.
Extras .: 21 22c
Eastern 30 35c
Potatoes.
Buying prices, per cwt.. $1.25 1.30
Sweets, owt J2.50
Fresh FreJU. '
Oranges $2 3
Lemons $3.005.00
Grapes, orato $67
Pears, box ,7Cc$1.00
Cranberries, barrol ..$14.00015.00
Bananas, pound 6 5
Onions, per cwt f 1.25 1.50
t HOW TO OPERATH A MOVING PICTURE MACHINE AT HOME.
t iilw to Ront or Buy n MovlnB.Wcturo Mwhluo. i
How to Mako UK Monoy nt Knioriaumiui.u. ...... -
How to Obtain Positions Which Pay $35 por Wook.
How to Become a Flnlnhod Oporator. ,11,nr-B.inir
Wo Olvo ItiBtructlonH That Aro Hlmplo and Intoroatlng.
.!. 7.' " .,. m.., fnM,nii nt M'niinhlnir by Mall.
! W Bend You, on Receipt of $1.00, Coinploto ItruoHo".
I! Wo Tench OporatorH How to Piibb All Examinations.
: We Ropresont tho Loading Film Bxchango.
tinmiitnimna to iiii!i.iKiuliit Theatrical Exchange, -100,
Iluiko IIiiIMIiik. Henttle, WuM,. wnQ0U () OPERATORS J
. . . - . . . . -.-.-laniliiaHHI IH8J
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tot, toaj
niiaiaiaijjliii)iiiieiKH"loIBI,ltl
The
of Circumstances
-and YOU
'.
In this cltVi as ovorywhore, tho Mill of Cir
cumstances is grinding away 24 hours a day
and today it may bo grinding YOUR GRIST, It
may bo turning ono of tho Incidents of this town's
dally llfo into an opportunity for you Into an ad
vantage for you,
When a morchant gets caught in "tho Mill,"
and is pressed for cash, YOU benefit in tho on
forced sacrifico of somo of his stocks that is,
YOU BENEFIT it you keop posted on what is
going, on at "tho Mill" by reading the ads,
A real estate ownor gets- into "tho Mill" and
sacrifices some of his property in order to get
out again pays his toil.
The owners of hlngs automobiles, securities,
businesses, machinery, horses and carriages,
typewriters, office fixtures, houses, books, pic
turesgot into this "Mill of Circumstances," and
out of thoir troubles come your opportunities,
They pay tho toll,
Incidentally, it's better to watch tho ads and
to profit by the products of "tho Mill" than to
- get caught in it yourself, Although, if your turn
should come, an ad will usually get you out safely
Try The Capital Journal, '
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