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DAILY CAPUT AI JOURNAL, SALEM, OB-OCX, FRIDAY, MAT it, 1913.
VAOB 8EVS H. Business Oppotttmtks in Salem and Vicinity CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING, PROFESSIONAL CARDS, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL INFORMATION Capital Journal "Want Ads" Bring Quick Results Oh cent a word tor first Imertlon. One-naif cent a word for each Insertion thereafter. No earertlaement taken for leaa tlian 23c Caunt alx warda ta the Has. ABSTRACTS. UNION ABSTRACT CO. " Abstracts that Protect" Our books posted up to data each morning. Call Main 1249 and a messenger will call for your abstract. J. C. Sieginund, president; Max Gehlhar, secretary. 345 State Street. AUCTIONEER AUCTIONEER Salem'g reliable sell er. Farm sales solicited. Terns 1 per cent; satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. Henry E. Voorhles, Michi gan avenue, first street east of the state fair grounds. BAKERIES. BUTTERNUT BREAD It is worth more than any other bread, yet the price IB no higher. For sale at your grocer 's. California Bakery, A. Thom as, Proprietor. CHIHOPRAOTIC-SPIJfOLOGIST. DR. 0. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chir opractic's Foiintaln Head, Daven port, Iowa. If you have tried every thing and have got no relief, try Chiropractic spinal adjustments and get well. Office 406-7-8 U. S. Na tional Bank Building. Phone Main 87. Residence Main 1629. CLEASISG AND DYEING. p. ' -i 1 1 - MARION DYE WORKS First-class work, lowest prices. We clean furs and gloves a specialty. Ladies and gents clothes cleaned, pressed, re paired and dyed. Phone Main 2044. 145 North Liberty street BALEM CLEAN I NQ AND PRESSING CO. Goods called for and delivered. LadleB' white gloves cleaned free. Feathers cleaned, dyed and repaired. Pjione Main 2462, 474 Court street. W. F. Mosher, proprietor. COAL AND EXPRESS. SUPERIOR COAL $6.50 per ton de livered. Express and baggage de livered to any part of the city. Prompt Bervlce. Office phone Main 867. Residence phone Main 690. B. N. White. DRAYS AND EXPRESS. 8ALEM TRUCK & DRAY CO W. W. Brown & Sons, proprietors. Auto truck at regular team rates; country trips and excursions solicited. Stor age at reasonable rates. Phone 74. Office 200 State, corner Front, Man ning building. ELECTRIC FIXTURES. ELECTRIC FIXTURE AND SUPPLY Co., 220 North Liberty street. Phone Mai.i 63. Electric wiring and nice trical supplies. Estimates f uni'slie J. Try oar new Mirror reflector. We ' have the "Famous" Edison Mazda lamp. Its only rival the oun. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. ACME EMP1)YMENT BUREAU All kinds of competent help furnished on short notice. See us when out of employment or when needing help. 640 State (street. Phone Main 477. ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING. NATHAN C. IimnS, C. E. Engin eering and surveying. Got your farm in small tracts and bo roady for the opening of the Tanama canal. Phone Main 2400. Office 204 Salem Bunk t Trust building. FLORIST. FLORIST Geraniums, salvia and all kinds of bedding plants, and cut flowers. Garden plants, Call Main 550. Graber Bros.' plumbing aalea room, or call at green houses at 1203 D street. 4-18-1 LAUNDRY. CLOTHES LAST LONGER With our all band work; established 20 years. 225 South Commercial St Phone 1158. Hop Lee. LUfl'OR HOUSES. WILLIAM BUTTE Fine wlnee.llquors and cigars. We handle the celebrated Kellogg and Castle whiskies. Cool and refreshing beer constantly on draught South Commercial St FAMILY LIQUOR 8TORE All stand ard brands of liquors kept In stock. Wines by the gallon, bottle or case. Free delivery In the city limits. E. Eckerlen. 146 N. Commercial St OREGON JUNK SHOP. OREGON JUNK SHOP Dealer in second-hand goods. Highest price paid for metal, rubber, hides, pelts and wool. A complote stock of all kinds ef tools, neadquartera for bop and loganberry wire at lowest prices. Phone 390, 430 Court street D. Sam neli, prop. NEW AKD SECOND HAND STOEES. , J. X. SilANTZ. New ana Second hand Store, Fifth and Market, North Sa lem. Bargains in refrigerators, stovea, ranges gas ranges, sewing machines, new and Bocond-hand lawn-mowers, garden tools, iron beds from $2 up. Highest cash price paid for second hand goods. See me before you buy or Bell. Phone Main 634. H. M. Baker New and second-hand furniture, hardware and general sup plies. Best cash prices paid for second-hand goods. Call and see us and look over our goods. 373 Court street. Phone 1853. B. L. STIFF New and second-hand furniture, hardware and general supplies. Best cash prices paid for second-band goods. Just received a large shipment of new linoleums, carpets and rugs. Corner Court and Liberty streets. Phone 941. HIGHEST price paid Tor second-hand furniture, ranges, hardware, tents, etc. We carry the most complete stock of above articles In town at the lowest proce. O. L. McPeek, 271 North Commercial St., phone Main 1233. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS DR. O. F. HEISLEY and Dr. S. Etta Helsley (graduates of A. 8. O., Klrksville, Mo., Dr. A. T. Still president of the school and found er of the science of Osteopathy), general osteopathic practitioners. Also hydrotherapy and electric light baths given without extra charge for rheumatism, kidney and liver troubles. The success in these treatments Is equal to going to the hot lakes. Confinement cases and female troubles a spec ialty. 529 Court street, opposite the court house. DRS. B. H. WHITE AND R. W. Walton, Osteopathic physicians and nerve specialists. Graduates of American School of Osteopathy, Klrksville, Mo. Post-graduate and specialized in nervous diseases at Los Angeles College. Treat acute and chronic diseases. Consultation free. Lady attendant Office SOB COS U. 8. National Bank building. Phone 869. Residence 346 N. Capi tol street Phone 469. PLUMBERS. THEO. M. BARR Plumbing, hot water and steam heating and tinning, 164 Commercial St, Phone Main 192. R. J. HERSCHBACH & SON. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING Station ary engines overhauled, wagons and buggies made. We build any kind of auto beds; make new auto and wagon springs; plow shares re paired and made new; make all kinds of tools. Autos, buggies and wagons painted. Al lwork guaran teed. 803 North Liberty street. STJG WEAVERS. ORDERS TAKEN for weaving rag car- pots and rugs of all kinds; work done by experienced hands. All orders re ceive prompt attention. John Rad maker, weaver at blind school. Phone Main 21. SAND AND GRAY EL. SALEM CONSTRUCTION viompany can supply you with sand and gravel. Offlce 464 Court street Phone Main 790. Gravel bed on Front street and North Mill Creek. 8TUDEBAKEB HARNESS. WE NOW HAVE a full line of new Stmlcbakcr harness, single, doublo and heavy. Collars, sweat pads and blankots. We can save you money. Look our store over before buying. Phone Main 3S5. Clearwater Bros., 554 Ferry street. SCAVENGER. SALEM SCAVENGER Chas. Boos, proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed on monthly con tracts at reasonable rates. Yards and cesnpools cleaned. Office 5S Slate street Office phone Main 2247. Residence. Main 227? TIIERKSKA HAT WORKS. HATS MADE TO ORDER All work guaranteed. Thereska Hat Works. Hatt of all kinds renovated Into any size or style; good quality trim mings. 217 8. Hlght street Phone 251, Salem, Oregon. . UNDERTAKERS. LEHMAN & CLOUGH U. J. Lehman, A. M. Clough, morticians and funer al directors. Latest modern meth ods known to the profession em ployed, 445 Court Btreet IilGDON-RICIIAHDSON CO. Funeral directors and undertakers, 252 North High Street. Offico Phone Main 1S3. Rigdon residence Main 111. WATER COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade a (a. For water service apply at office. Bills payable monthly la advance, VETERINARIAN. W. G. MOREHOUSE, D. V. M. Coun ty veterinarian Marion county, exam iner State Stallion Registration Board. Prompt attention to calls night or day. All linos of veterinary work. Offices Jack Darr's feed shed, 544 Ferry Btreet. Phones, office 2199, residence 1510. WATCHMAKER. V. 8. MILLER, the WATCHMAKER Over 20 years' experience as a watchmaker at Beatrice, Neb. High grade work at eastern prices. Opera House block. 484 Court st. WOOD AND COAL. SALEM FUEL YARDS Wo are now booking orders for summer delivery Blab wood, mill wood, oak, ash, first and second growth fir. Prices rea sonable. Also dry wood of all kinds cut to suit. Phompt deliveries. Phone Main 529. 752 Trade street. Mark Siddall, proprietor. WOOD SAWING. IF YOU WANT a man to saw your wood, believe me I will do it good. 2157 is the call for city, country, sub urban, all. P. A. Shipley. LODGE DIRECTORY. WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet every Friday night at 7:30 o'clock In Masonic hall, McComack block. W. G. Prunk, C. C; L. H. Fletcher, Clerk. UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly No. 84, meets every Wednesday at 8 p. in., In Moose Hall. Glonn C. Niles, M. A. S. R, Vale, Secretary, 158 South Cottage St Phone 1214. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Cherry City Lodge No. 498, meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 In Moose Hall, corner Court and High streets. D. R. Yantls, Dictator; H. H. Turner Secretary, 135 South Commercial Street SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson, secretary. All cases of cruelty or neglect of dumb animals should be reported to the society for Investi gation. PACIFIC LODGE NO. 50, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications third Friday In each month at 7:30 p. m., In the Masonic Temple. Edward RoBtein, W. M., Ernest H. Choate, secretary. A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge No. 2, Meets every Monday evening at 7:30 in the McCornack hall, corner Court and Liberty streets, G. P. Litchfield, M. W.; S. A. McFadden, recorder; A. L. Brown, F. MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP TER, NO. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet ing second Friday In each month at 8 p. m In the Masonic Temple. James Plant Ex. High Priest. Lot L. Pearce, secretary. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA, Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246. Meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In Masonic hall, corner Court and Liberty streets. Elevator servloe. R. M. Morris, V. Clerk. C; Ray A. Grant SALEM LODGE NO. 4, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications first Friday In each month at 7:30 p. m In the Masonic Temple, Fred W. Cook, W. M., 8. Z. Culver, secretary. CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P. McCornack bldg, Tuesday evening of each week at 7:30 p. m.. Fred G. Hale, C. C; Jas. W. Cox, K. of R. and 8. CHADWICK CHAPTER NO. 37., O. E. 8. Regular meeting every first and third Tuesday at 8 p. m., In the Ma sonic Temple. Mrs. Josephine Vass, W. M. Ida M. Babcock, secretary. K. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp" io. 1360, meets every Thursday ev ening in McCornack building, Court and Liberty streets. Eclovator. Su sie Parntcntcr, 781 North Front St., Oracle; Hazel Prico, Imperial Furni ture Co., recorder. REAL ESTATE. THREE ACRES Close to Salem and car line, all cultivated, 00 young bearing trees, new 6-room houso, barn, chicken house, good soil; a nice Iaee, Price $2600. The Square Doal Realty Co.,, U. S. Bank bldg. Room 304. Phone 470. FOR SALE Modern five-room bunga low, with bath, cabinet kitchen, elec tric lights, thorougkly plumbed. One block from carline, and three blocks to school. Bargain for cash, if taken at once. See Roy II. Mills, 8paulding Logging Co.'s office. Phone 1830. HOCKE FOR BALE Owner being forced to sell placo, offers a splendid house and largo lot on paved slroet, walking distance, clono to Garfield and Hgh schools. All assessments paid. Will soil cheap and on easy terms. X. X. X., care Journal. FOR HALE 100 acres river bottom laud, 35 acres in hop, will sell cheap Terms to responsible parties, Ad- j lr 1)01 441 Halem 0""n. REAL ESTATE Continued. POULTRY AND DAIRY RANCH to trade for Salem property; 31 acres, 8 acres in cultivation, balance pasture and hardwood, fair buildings, eight miles from Salem. Good residence preferred. German Investment Co. ONE OF THE FINEST pieces of prop erty in the city, good six-room houso. plenty of bearing fruit, large garden patch. Will move house and sell lots only or will build new house to suit buyer. This property would make a fine apartment house site, as it is close in. Price, including house $3, 600; one-half cash. Call 783 N. Win ter strcot or phono Main 1493. GREATEST BARGAIN IN SALEM New 5-room bungalow, furnished com plete, .lot 50x165. Has large bath room, fire place, full basement and auto garage. In a fine location two blocks to car line. The furniture and nigs are beautiful, about six hun dred dollars worth in all. The price I is $2350. Terms if wanted. Harry E. Kennedy, 210 Masonic building. FOR SALE Five-room house, barn, good Well, corner lot, 150x150, all in bearing fruit; by owner. 1595, cor ner Saginaw and Lincoln street. FOR SALE A boautiful 5-room, newly finished cottage, modern, four blocks from the capitol building. If taken this week, goes at $2500, on easy terms. A 5-room cottage on Capitol Btreet, lot 70x125 feet at $1200; $200 cash, Valance $12 por month at 6 per cent interest; plonty of fruit and Blirubbery. Fisher & Bell, 203 Hub bard building. FOR SALE Forty acres, two miles of Fair Grounds, six acres good timber, balance in cultivation, one acre of prunes in bearing. Good barn and fair house. Address 40A, care Jour nal. 4-14-lm FOB SALE. FOR SALE Nearly new spring wagon and harness. Inquire at 1835 Lee Btreet. FOR RENT Two well-furnished rooms suitable for housekeeping. Inquire Josse-Mooro Furniture Co. GUARANTEED AUTO SPRINGS We manufacture high grade auto and truck springs, also repair, set up, and re-temper old springs. Our lovg list of satisfied customers will rec ommend our ability as leaders In our work. Laher Auto Spring Co.. 2 North 15th 8t. Portland, Or TRAVELERS' GUIDE RAILROADS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY Time Table Portland Division. Train No. 10 Albany Passenger 7:24 a.m. 14 Portland Express 5:o0a.m. ie Oregon Express o :31a.m. 28 Willamette Limited 9:30a.m. 12 ShasU Limited 12:35 p.m. 8 Portland Passenger 2:00 p.m., 20 Portland Passenger 7:38 p.m. , 226 Local way freight 10:30 a.m. 222 Portland through fr't. .10:36 p.m. Southbound. 5 California Express 3:31a.m. 1H Auhlnnrl Pnnannirnr 11:10 a.m. 17 Roseburg Passenger..,. 4:27p.m. 27 Willamette Limited 6:38 p.m. 11 Shasta Limited 7:38 pm. 13 Snu Francisco ExpreBS. 10:36 p.m. 9 Albany Passcngor 8:30 p.m. 225 Local wey freight 12:36 p.m. 221 San Francisco through freight 12:01p.m. Halem-Grer Branca- 127 Passenger arr. Salem.. tf:25a.m. 130 Pbhs. mxd leaveB Salem 10:00 a.m. 129 Pass, mxd arr. Salem .. 4:00 p.m. 128 Pass'nger leaves Salem 6:30 p.m Salem, Falls City ft Western. West Salem. Train No. 151 for Black Rock, daily 9:00 a.m. 123 for Independence, tlaily....u:u a.m. 15.1 for Falls City, daily 120 p.m. 155 for Falls City dly ex Hun 4:45 p.m. 125 for Independence, daily... .0:30 p.m. 159 for Dallas, fluniiay only ....6:15 p.m. Arrive. 150 from Dallas, clnily 8:15 a.m. 124 from Independence, daily 9:00 a.m. 152 from Iilnck Rock, daily 12:30 p.m. 154 from Falls O. dly ex Hun 3:40 p.m. 120 from Independence, daily 4:45 p.m. 158 from Black lik, Hun only 5:30 p.m. OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. Northbound. Leaves Salem. Arrives Portland Train No, 4:25 a.m 2 Owl 0:50 a.m 6:30a m 8 8:50 am 8:00a. m 10 Loc.... 10:20 a.m 10:00 a.m 14 Ltd 11:55 a.m 11:20 a.m 16 1:40 p.m 2:00 p.m 18 4:20 p.m 4:00 p.m 20 Ltd 6:55 p.m 4:15 p.m 22 6:40 p.m 6:50 p.m 24 8:16 p.m 9:00 p.m 26 11:20 p.m Boithbnaad. Leave Portland. Arrives Salem. 6:10a.m 1 8:30 am FOR SALE (Continued). FOR SALE Choice White and Buff Orpington chicks, five weeks old. 154 Columbia street, corner North Front Btreet. 5-6-4t PRUNE AND BERRY TRAY Factory. Drying trays made to ordor. Prices reasonable. Work guaranteed. Call or addross J. C. Gregory, 376 Bolmont street, Salem, Oregon. WOOD FOR SALE Seventy-five cords of second-growth fir, CO cords of grub oak, to be delivered in May and June. For prices phone Farmers llxl. L. G. Bulgrn. FOB RENT. FOR RENT Finest 6-room flat In the city, now and close in. 665 North Liberty street. Phone 1351. FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms suitable for housekeeping. Inquire 332 N. Church Btreet. FOR RENT Permanent tenant wanted for finest 6-room flat in the city. New and close in. 665 North Liber ty strcot Phone 1351. 5-7-6t WANTED WANTED A home for a boy, agod 9 years. Phone 242!) for particulars. WANTED. Two nice families for those Bplondidly furnished apart ments at the Lincoln, 633 Ferry street. 5-6-tf WANTED Salesman, excellent oponing with oldest, strongest nursory west of Rockies. Our terras are 60 por cont more liberal than thoso of any other reliable nursery. Got the best cash returns from your work by connecting with us. Write today. The Woodburn Nurseries, Woodburn, Oregon. 4-14-3m Wonderful Skin Solve. Bucklcn 's Arnica Salve is known ev erywhere as the best remedy made for all diseases of the skin, and also for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces in flammation and is soothing and healing. J T. SoBsamon, publisher of News, of Corelius, S. C, writes that one box helped his serious skin ailment after other remedies failed. Only 25c. Roe oinmendcd by J. C. Perry. A man may fcoi sorry aftor stealing a kiss from a pretty girl sorry that he didn't begin sooner. Lame back is usually catiBed by rheumatism of tlio muscles of the back, for which you will find nothing bolter than Chamberlain's Liniment. For sal by all dealers. Southbound Continued. 7:30 a.m 8 9:50 a.m 8:20 a.m Ltd 10:10 a.m 10:40 a.m 7 1:00 p.m 2:05 p.m 9 3:40 p.m 11 4:40p.m 13 Ltd.. 6:00p.m........ 17 Loc. 9:25 p.m 21 4:30 p.m 6:05 p.m 6:30 p.m 8:15 p.m 11:40 p.m 2:15 a.m P m Zb uwi. Northbound. Leaves Albany. Arrives Salem 7:00 am j :5p.m .Loaves Eugeno. 7:35a.m . H 15 a.m 10 8:00 a.m 24 6:60 p.m Arrives Salem. 14 Ltd 10: 00 a.m 19 2:00p.in 20 Ltd 4:00p.in 1:45 a.m 6:00 p.m..., 26 9:00 p.m 12:01 a.m 2 Owl. 3: 10 a.m Soutbbo-'d. Leave Snlem. Arrive Albany. 4:35 p.m 9 6:35 p.m Arrives Eugene 7:10p.m Leaves 8alem Arrive Albany. 11:40 p.m 21 12:40 a.m Leaves Salem. Arrive Eugene. 2:05 a.m 25 Owl 7:50a. m 8:35 a.m 1 11:15 a.m 10:15 a,ni 6 Ltd 12:30 p.m Leaves Salem, Stops at Albany. 1:05 p.m 7 2:05 p.m leaves Salem. Arrive Eugene. 6:30 p.m 13 8:50 p.m leaves Salem. Btopn at Albany. CORVALLIS CONNECTIONS, Northbound. Leave Corvallis. Arrive Raloin. fl:.'IOa.m .' 8:00 a.m 8:30 a.m 10:00 a.m 12:17 p.m 2:00 p.m 2:30 p.m 4:00 p.m 4:15 p.m 0:50 p.m 7:15 p.m 9:00 p.m Southbound. leave Snlem. Arrivo Corvallis, 8:35 a.m 10:07 a.m 10:15 a.n 11:40 a.m l:U0p.m 2:30 p.m 4:35 p.m 6:00 p.m 6:30 p.m. 7:55 p.m O. C.T. Co.'s Steamers Orahamona and Pomona leave for Portland Monday, Wednes day and Friday at 10 a. m.; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. m. For Corvallis Tuosday, Thursday and Sat urday about I p. to. M. P. BALDWIN. MARKETS. PORTLAND MARKETS. Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc. Wheat Track prices: Club, 90c; bluestem, 9899c; forty -fold, 92c; red Russian, 8SSc; Valloy, 90c. Millstuffs Bran $2l25 per ton; shorts, $2627; middlings, $31. Flour Patents, $4.70 per barrel; straights, $4.10; exports, $3.S53.t5; valloy, $4.70; graham, $4.60; whole wheat $4.80. Corn Whole, $28.50; cracked, $28 por ton. Hay Eastern Oregon timothy, choice $1718; alfalfa, $1314; straw, $07. Oats No. 1, white, $3132. Barley Feed, $2627 per ton; brew ing, $2728; rolled, $27.5028.50. Dairy and Country Produce. Butter Oregon creamery, solid pack, 28c per lb.; prints, box lots, 2929c. Eggs Oregon ranch, 20c per dozen. Cheese Full Cream twins, I8M1O per lb.; Young America, 18c. Poultry Hens, 16c; broilers, 2530; ducks, young, 1820c; goose, 1517c; turkeys, live, 20c, dreBsod, 25c. Veal Fancy, (85 to 125 lbs.) 14 14o por lb. Pork Fancy, llVj12e per lb. Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc. Dried Fruits Apples, lOo per lb.; currants, 10c; apricots, 13 14c; peaches, 8llo; prunes, Italian, 8 10c, silver, 18c; figs, white and black, 67c; currents, 9tto; raisins, loose Muocatel 67ttc; bleached Thompson, 11 Vic, unbleached Sultan as, 8Mc; seeded, 7H8tto. Coffee Roasted, in drums, 2140c per lb. Nuts Walnuts, 1718o per lb; Brazil nuts, 12'ic; filberts, 15c; al monds, 1618c; pecans, 17c; cocoa nuts, 90c$l per dozen. Salt Granulat J, $14 per ton; halt- ground, 100s, $10 per ton; 60s, $7.60 per ton. Benns Small white, $0; largo white, $5.50; Lima, $6.30; pink, $4.35; red Mexicans, fic; bayou, $4.25. Sugar Dry graulatod, $5.15; fruit and borry, $5.15; beet, $4.85; Extra C, $4.05; powdered, barrels, $5.40; cubes, barrols, $5.50, Rice No. 1 Japan, 65tto; cheap er grades, 4 Vic; southern head, 6 6c. Honoy Choico, $3.253.75 por case. Fruits and Vegetables. Fresh Fruits Apples, 50c1.60 per box; strawborries, $12 por crato; cherries, $11.50 por box. Tropical Fruits Oranges, Valencia, t; navels, $3.00$4.75; California grapefruit $2.753.25; Florida grape fruit, $5.00; lomons, $67 box; plno apples, 6c per lb,; pomegranates, $2 per box; persimmons $1.75 per box. tangerines, $2.25 per box. Vogotablcs Artichokes, 750 per dozen; asparagus, white 6a per lb. groon, $1.50 per crato; cabbage, 2'4c por pound; couliflowor, 35c$1.00 por doz.; celory, $4.00 por crate; egg' plnnt, 25c por lb.; head lettuce, $2.50 por crato; hothouse lettuce, 75c$l por box; onions, green, 2025c por doz.; peas, 6Vii7o por lb.; poppers, 9540c per lb.; radishes, 1012o por doz.; rhu barb, l2V4o por lb.; spinach, '5c por box; sprouts, 10c; tomatoes, $2.504.50 por box; garlic, 50o per lb. Back Vogotablos Turnlpa, 85c per sack; beets, 75o; rutabagas, 90c; car rots, 85c, Sweet potatoes iVto per lb. I'otatoos Burbanks, 4050c per C. Onions Oregon, 8500c per sack. Hops, W00L Hides, Etc. Hops 1912 crop, 1015c, according to quality; 1913 contracts, 13(ri)14c. Wool Eastorn Oregon, I0(jitl0c per pouud; Valluy, ll18c. Mohair Choico, 30r 33c. Hides Salted, 12o per lb ; salted calf, 00i)17c; salted kip, 12c; salted 11 '4c; dry 1, 25c; dry stag, fi'jc; grcon hides, hides, 21c; dry calf, No, stags, 1213'j0. Provisions, Hams All sizes, 10(ff)20c; picnics, 13c j skinned, 19(S20c; boilod, 27c. Bacon Fancy, 2H(B29c; stnndard, 23c; choico, 21c; English, l(S20c. Dry Bait Meats llncks, dry salt, 13 014c; backs, smoked, 14V4 lSVic; hollies, dry salt. 14 lie; smoked, 16c. Smoked Meats Ileef tongues, 25c: dried beef sots, 22c; outsldes, 20c; In sldns, 23c; knuckles, 21c. . Pickled Goods llarrels, pigs feet, $14; regulnr tripe, $10; honey comb tripe, $12; lunch tongues, $112; lambs tongues, $40. Lard Kettle rendered, tierces, lhVfec; tubs, 14 Ho; standard, tierces, 14 c; tubs, 14V&0. LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET. lirnn, per ton $27.00 Hhorts, per ton $28.00 Wheat, per bushel 05c Onts, por bushel 38c Chittim bark, per lb 4Vj(i7)5c Hay, timothy $17.00 Oats and votch .. $14.00 Clover hay $11.00 Cheat hay $10(11 Butter ana Eggs. Ilutterfat, por lb 28'jC Creamery butter, por lb 2!lc Country buttor, per lb 20(iji25c Eggs, per dozen 1718c Poultry. Broilers, per lb 23c lions, per lb 13ile Roosters, por lb 8c Steers. Htoors (undor 1000 is) 7Mrtj9c 67- -7V48e -7 to 7tf 4c Hogs, fat, per Tb. Stock oga, per lb Ewes, per lb .. Spring lambs, per lb 6Hi7e 1213e Veal, according to quality Pelts. Dry, per lb. 8c, 65c$I 25 Salted country pelts, each . Lamb pelts, each There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put togother, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven Ca tarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac tured by F. J. Cheney 4 Co., Toledo, O., is the only Constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonf ul. It acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. They; offer one hundred dollars for any case It fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimon ials. 1 ' Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., To ledo, Ohio. . ; ; Sold by Druggists, 75c, Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. 1 The woman suffragists have won par tial initial victories is Wisconsin and Illinois, and thoy were not a bit crim inally or rowdily militant, either. For the Weak ana Nervous. Tired-out, weak, nervous men and women would feel ambitious, energetic, full of life and always have a good ap petite if thoy would do the sensible thing for health take Electric Bitters. Nothing better for the stomach, liver or kidneys. Thousands say thoy owe their lives to this wonderful home rem edy. Mrs. O. Rhinevnult, it Vestal Cen ter, N. Y., says: "I jegord Eloctrio Bitters as one of the greatest of gifts. I can never forget what it has done for me." Get a bottle yourself and see what a difference it will make In your health. Only 50a and $1.00. Recommended by J. C. Perry. The senate will be wrestling with the overlasting tariff through tho dogdays. A Reliable Hair Tonic. It Is an easy matter to prevent bald ness, dandruff and other diseases of the scalp by using Meritol Hair Tonic. It should be used regularly to keep the scalp free of dandruff germs, as these gorms are the canse of the majority of cases of dandruff and later, baldness, We are authorized to guarantee Meri tol nalr Tonic. Capital Drug Store. .Many people liavo slight if any sym pathy for women who lose diamonds. This Interests Every Woman. A family doctor said recently that women come to him thinking that they have fomalo trouble, but when he treats thorn for their kidneys and bladder, thoy soon recover. This is worth know ing, and also that Foley Kidney Tillt are the bost and safest medicine at such tlmos. You cannot get bettor, purer medicine for backache, Irregular kidney nnd bladder action and nervousness due to kidney troubles. Try them. They are tonie In action, quick in rosults. 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