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DAILY CAPITAL JOTTRNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, 8EPTEMBEB 16, 1813.
Children Cry for Fletcher's 52 1 L.' ' If'i: I S? rl B. ".loU has been and has been made under his pcr- ' 8"nal supervision since its infancy! 'CUCuH, Allow no one to Im.i j All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " ate but j What is CASTORIA I Castorla Is a harmless snbstitute lor Castor Oil. Pare. I goric, Props and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It I contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotio I eubstance. IU age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and auays r everutnness. r or more than thlrtv veain it bus been in constant use lor the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind- Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giying healthy and natural shW The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend, SENUiNE CASTORIA ALWAYS Third heat relay race, purse 1500 Third heat wild horse race, purse 300 Vaudeville acts between heats in front of grandstand. . 2:00 Lectures on child welfare. 2:00 Free vaudeville acts in tent. 3:00 James I. Davis, bee demonstra tion. 4:00 Lecture on eugenics. , 7:15 Band concert in music hall. 8:00 Annual meeting of Oregon Purebred Livestock Association, in stockmen's headquarters. 8:40 Boyd & Ogle's one-ring cir cus, followed by fireworks in front of grandstand. Thursday, Oct 2 Portland Day. Forenoon. 8:00 Gates open and all depart ments in operation. 9:00 to 12:00 Illustrated lectures. 10:00 James I. Davis, bee demon stration on grounds. 10:00 Free vaudeville acts. 41:15 James McLay, exhibition of driving sheep with trained dogs. Afternoon. 1:00 to 6:00 Illustrated lectures. 1:15 Band concert. 1:30 Racesi 2-yoar-old pace, purse ...$ 600 2:20 pace, purse 500 2:12 trot, purse r 5000 Fourth heat relay race, purse 1500 Fourth heat wild horse race. purBO 300 Vaudeville acts between races in front of grandstand. 2:00 Lectures on child welfare. 2:00 Free vaudeville'aets in tent 3:00 James I.Davis, demonstration The Markets fhe Kind You Have Always In Use For Over 30 Years A iSvlill light THIC INTAUN COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY ,i.MWPW'WrH'l'jry1 Ml''""l'iyll''W'Wi"f'4),'.'Wil 'IW -jm IH hiikhihm program of State ! Fair is Greatest 5. Ever Given Here L Monday was the most active day in tha hop market at Portland of the season. Buyers were loaded with or ders and took all offerings at from 20 to 21 cents, sales being made at all tha fractions between the two. The market is stronger in England and a trifle weaker on the contitnet. The crop is well along as to gathering and the week end will see the yards about cleaned up. The fine weather gives assurance that there will be no loss from weather conditions. The crop, while of extra quality, is not up to estimates in yield, yards generally falling below expectations. Wheat is steady and firm in prices, with a slight upward tendency. The. peach market is glutted and prices are corresponding ly low. Country produce receipts were light, the poultry and egg supply being unusually small. London mail advices stay that up to 38s 6d has been paid for Cascara bark. PORTLAND MARKETS. Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc Wheat Track prices: New Club, 8080Vci new Bluestem, 88c; new Fortyfold, 80c; new Bed Eussian, 80c Fifo, 80c; Valley, 80'jc, Millstuffs Bran, . $23.50 per ton; 79; Fife, $25.50; middlings, $31. Flour Patents, $4.70 pr barrel; straights, $4.10; exports, $3.653,65; valley, $470; graham, $4.60; whole Veal Fancy 1516o per pound. Pork Fancy, 12 l-2e per lb. Provisions. Hams 10 to 12 lbs., 2223c; 12 to 14 lbs., 2223c; picnics, 14Vjc; cottage roll, 17VjC. Bacon Fancy, 3031o; standard, 25 26c; English, 2122e. Lard In tierces, choice, 14c; com pound, 9 3-4c. Dry Bait Meats Backs, dry salt, 13 14c; backs, smoked, 14tt15tto; bellies, dry salt. 14 Ho; smoked, 16c. Smoked Meats Beef tongues, 25o; dried beef sets, 22c; outsldes, 20o; in sldes, 23c; knuckles, 210. Pickled Goods Barrels, pigs leet, $14; regular tripe, $10; honey comb tripe, $12; lunch tongues, $22; lambs' tongues, $40. ' Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc Hops 1913 contracts, 2020V4; 1913 Fuggles, 2021e; 1912 crop, 181-2 18c Wool Eastern Oregon, 1016 pet pound; valley, 1819c. Mohair Choice, 3031o. Hides Salted, 12o per lb: salted calf, 1617c; salted kip, 12c; salted Ug, 6e; green hides, llej dry hides, 21c; dry calf, No. 1, 25e; dry stags, 1213o. s c H O O L C O A T S s c H O O L C O A T S Children's Fall and Winter Coats School commences next week, and, of course,' that little school girl needs a new coat We are showing the larg est assortment of coats in Salem in all the different coatings. Prices to fit every pocketbook. $3.25 $19.50 LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET. Bran, per ton $26.00 Shorts, per ton $28.50 Wheat, per bushel 80c Oats, per bushel 3540c tion. 4:00 Lecture on eugenics. jwhoat, $4.80. Chittim bark, per lb. 45e 7:15 Band concert by McEIroy's Corn Whole, $37; cracked, '$38 per Hay, timothy . $15.00 band in music hall. iton. I Oats and vetch ........ $10.00(5)11.00 8:30 Annual banquet of Oregon Hay Fancy Idaho timothy, $1718; I Clover, per ton $5.009.00 Purebred Livestock kssociatiou. ; fancy eastern Oregon timothy, $1516; I Cheat, rier. ton ... $10.00 8:30 Bovd & Ogle's one-ring circus, timothy and clover, $1415; timothy Friday, October 3 Oregon Manufac- and alfalfa. $13(3)15; clover, $8.50(5)10; Butter and Eggs. Day. depart- of itouday, Sept. 29 Children's : I Forenoon. i:(IO Ontes open and all its in full operation. f.W to 12:00 Trap shooting tour- '(unit in front of grandstand. :n0 to 12:00 Illustrated lectures -.members of the 0. A. C. and U. of 'faculty in music hall. 1:00 Eugenics and child welfare position in eugenics building (all y). Babies examined from 9 a. m. .1 p. m. 10:00 Jnnics I Davies, demonstra "i of handling bees, on grounds. l:30 Free vaudeville act in largo It. '11:15 .Tames McLav, exhibition jving fliccp with trained dogs. J Afternoon. , :0fl Commencement of judging in ;tstork arena. t:0 to (1:00 Illustrated lecture in isic hall. Concert by McEIroy's band in and stand. ' M races: ''car-old trot, nurse $ 000 '4 race, purse 1000 '. 24 trot, purso 1000 fst heat of rclny race, purso .... 1500 rt heat of wild horse race, purse 300 Free vaudeville acts between races front of grandstand. 8:00 Lecture on child welfare in . Milieu's headquarters. .8:00 Free vaudeville acts in large ;it. 1:00 James I.Davis, demonstration handling bees. 4:00 Lecture on eugenics in stock mi's headquarters. Evening. .7:15 Band concert In music hall. :30 Iloyd & Ogle's one-ring circus, flowed by fireworks In front tadstand. .ssday, Sent. 30 German Societies' Day. f forenoon. S:00 Hates' onen and ments in full operation. Continua tion of judging of livestock. 9:00 to 12:00 Trap shooting. 9:00 Eugenics (babies examined from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.) 10:10 James I. Davis, bee demon stration on grounds. 10:30 Free vaudeville acts. 11:15 James McLay, exhibition of driving sheep with trained dogs. Afternoon. 1:00 to 8:00 Illustrated lectures. 1:15 Band concert. 1:30 Races: 2:25 paeo, purse $1000 800 of 2:18 trot, purse 3.venr.nld trot, nurse 2000 Second heat of relay race, purse 1500 j Second heat of wild horse race, purse 300 Vaudeville acts between heats in front of grandstand. 2:00 Lectures on child welfare. 2:00 Free vaudoville acts in tent. 3:00 James I. Davis, bee demon stration. 4:00 Lecture on Eugenics. 7:1.1 Band concert. 8:30 Boyd & Ogle's one-ring circus. Wednesday, Oct 1 Salem Day. Forenoon. 8:00 Gates onen and all depart ments in full operation. Continuation of judging of livestock. 9:00 to 12:00 Illustrated lectures. p.. oo Eugenics (babies examined from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.) lOiOO-Jamcs I. Davis, bee demon stration. 10:00 Free vaudoville acts. 11:15 James McLay, exhibition of driving sheep with trained dogs. Afternoon. ' 1:00 to 6:00 Illustrated lectures. 1-13 Band concert. 1:30 liaccs: 3-yearold, purse 2:08 pace, purse depart-1 2:40 trot, purse turers' Day. j Forenoon. I 8:00 Gates open and all depart ments in full operation. 10:00 James I. Davis, bee demon stration. 10:00 Frco vaudoville acts. 10:30 Program under auspices of Oregon Manufacturers' association in music hall. 11:15 James McLay, sheep driving with trained dogs. Afternoon. 1:00 to 6:00 Illustrated lectures. 1:15 Band concert by McEIroy's band. I 1:30 Races: ' I 2:20 trot, purse ..'. $ 700 2:08 pace, consolation 1000 Fifth heat relay race, purse 1500 1 Fifth heat wild horse raco, purse 300 Vaudovillo acts between races in front of grandstand. 2:00 Lectures on child welfare. 2:00 Free vaudeville acts in tent. 3:00 .Tames I. Davis, bee demon stration. 4:00 Lecture on eugenics. 7:15 Band concert by McEIroy's band in music hall. Prizes will be I awarded to the winning babies in the i eugenics contest during the intermis sion. I 8:40 Boyd & Ogle's one-ring circus, followed by fireworks in front of grandstand. Saturday, Oct 4 Shrlners' Day. Forenoon. 8:00 Gates open and all departments in full operation, oats and vetch, $1011; cheat, 1011; Butterfat, per lb., t. o. V. Salem Sic valley grain hay, $10(5)11. Creamery butter, per lb SllMie Oats No. 1, white, $2325.50 per Country butter, per lb. 2ZMi(gi&0 ton. Barley Feed, $2424.50 per ton; brewing, nomiual; rollod, $27(5)28. Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc. Dried Fruits Apples, lOo per lb, currants, lOo; apricots, 13 14ci peaches, 8llc; prunes, Italian, 8 30c, Oliver, 18o; figs, white and black, ltt7ttc; currents, 9o; ralslus, loose Muocatel 6 14 7 Mi c; bleached per dozen . Poultry, Eggs, Fryers -. Hens, per lb. .. Boosters, per Ih Steers. 2223e ....1618e UV4Hc 8 Steers Cows, per cwt Hogs, fat, per Tb . Stock ogs, per lb Thnnmnnr. 1ln. unbleached Sultan- Ewe" Per 56 .. V4. 7V4?fH4o. Pn8 l8mb Per lb' Coffee Boasted, in drums, 1832e nor lb. Nuts Walnuts, lfttlipioo per id; Brazil nuts, 12 He; Alberts, 15c; al monds, 1618c; pscans, 17c; cocoa- nuts, 90c$l per dozen. Salt Granul".t J, $14 per ton; halt- ground, 100s, $10 per ton; 60s. $10.75 per ton. Boans Small whito, $0.50; large, White, $5.50; Lima, $B.30; pink, $4.15; red Mexicans, 5c; bayou, $5.00. Sugar Dry granulated, $5.65; fruit and berry, $5.65; boot, $5.45; Extra C, $5.15; powdorod, barrols, $5.90; cubes, barrels, $6.05. Rice No. 1 Japan, 65yjc; choaper grades, 4Vic; southern head, 56c. HoneyChoice, $3.25uj)3.75 per case. Fruits and Vegetables. Apples New, 90c$2.25 per box; apricots, 75c$1.25 por box; canta loupes, $1.25('1.50 per crato; peaches, 40C0c per box; watonnolons, $1.25 per ..45o 7 to 7i 4 Complete Line of School Supplies. Agents Home Journal Patterns. POPULM MERCHANDISE ukbtt succt tcrwtrjt jtatc courr PRICES 45, Veal, according to quality ll13e Pelts. Dry. per lb. ..- 8c Salted country pelts, each 65c$l Lamb pelts, each 25 CASTORIA lor Infants and Children. The Kind YouHavs Always Bought Bears the Signature of FAIR GEOUNDS BULLETIN TELLS OF PROGRESS MADE State Fair Grounds, Sept. 15. Bright, cloar weather is blessing the little army of workors who are prepar ing for the great exhibition that opens two weeks from this morning. Machinery hall is practically ready for occupancy. It is the largest and most substantial the state ever had. E. E. Lyon and wifo, of Perrydale wore In this morning and made cutties of JerBoy cattle. P. A. Koser, of Polk county, loft en tries of Cotswolds with Clerk Paul R. Smith this morning. He reportB that ovory farmer in his section has an nounced his Intension to visit the state fuir. J. I. Savage and wifo, Salem, are permanently located in camp until af tor tho fair. Those coming to camp are advised, whorevor possible, to bring flooring enough for thoir tents. One hundred foot, or oven 50 foot of 1x12 will be found of great convenience, Tho bonrd has donated soveral loads of good kindling to the campers. It is in the camp grounds. Help yourselves as long as it lusts. Socrotary Moredith's family will movo into camp this wock. For tho information of those exhib iting horses, lot it be noted that the entrios will be judged by their indi viduality, breeding and quality. Sound ness, sizo, symmetry, muscular devel- . opmont, quality of feet and legs and character of movoment to be carefully considered. Whero there is but one exhibitor in a lot one premium only will be given. F. E. Lynn this morning bought the cottage formerly owned by Robort Downing. F. A. Deckobach, one of the "Cheer ful Cherrians," who visited Pendleton, was a caller on Secretary Meredith this morning. Boar In mind that the track is In good condition. It Cures While You Walk. Use Allon'i Foot-Ease, the antisep tic powdor to be sliakon into your Bhoes, It instantly takes the sting out of corns, itching foot, ingrowing nails and bunions. It'u the greatest comfort discovory of tho ago. Allon's 1'oot Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy, Laillos can wear slices about one size smaller after usiug. It Is a certain roliof for sweating, callous and swol len, tender, sening feet. Try it today. Sold everywhere Trial package FREE. Address Alios 8. Olmsted, Lelioy, N. Y. Children dry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA w cwt.; plums, 30f50c per box; pears, n.nA i.- in.rtA lllni.n 4.1 lnntnons ' .75c$li(i() por box. grapol 75C$1.50 10:00 James I. Davis, bee demon- - , 1 . . stration on grounds. 10:00 Free vaudeville acts. nor crato: casabas, (1.75 por dozen. Tropical Fruits. Oranges, Valencia, .1. 1. 4,4 KfZtZ Rft. VlAwla nvuna. ji:ij ihiiihh ........, ,...,.Ug n..M. frui, 5,507. i8ra0us, $8.5010 per with trained (logs. , . T, ,.iA.nIn. 7. u. - 1 r-" ir- j ' Vegetables Beans, 34c per pound; cnlilmirn. 2i7p2!.!,c. .Tier nound: cauli- l:15Sand concert t.y Mct.iro.vs ,... .... 10f5)15(. ,. hv Drink Water You Can Get Salem Afternoon. 1:00 to (1:00 Illustrated lectures. McElroy' $1500 , 5000 500 band. 1:30 Races: 2:15 pace, purse $1000 2:12 trot, consolation 1000 Last heat of relay race, purse 1500 Last heat of wild horse race, purse Vaudeville acts between races in front of grandstand. 2:00 Lectures on child welfnre. 2:00 Freo vaudeville acts In tent. 4:00 James 1. Davis, bee demon stration. 4:00 Lectures on eugenics. 7:1" Band concert by McEIroy's band in music hall. 8:30 lkiy.1 tc Ogle's one-ring cir cus, flower, $2 per crato; corn, i cucunibors, 2040c per box; eggplant, 57c per pound; hoad lettuce, 3540c per dozen; peas, 57c per pound; pep pcrs, 68c pound; radishes, 1012c per dozen; tomatoes, 4000c per box; garlic, 10c per pound. Potatoes Now, 75c$l per ewt.j swoets, $2.25 por crate. Onions Oregon, $1.50 per sack, Dairy and Country Produce. Butter. Oregon creamery, solid pack, 30c per lb.; prints, box Jots, 34c. Kggs Oregon ranch, 3435c per dos. Cheese. Oregon Triplets, 16VjC Dai, slot. 17c: Young America, lHc. Poultry liens, 1516e; springs, 18c; ducks, young, 1213c; geese, 1416c; titrUvs. Hv. 2fte. drd. Sc PI tl II 11 It 1 1 1 11 tl II El It u 11 II n 11 II II I When Beer? mm mm n 11 M N 11 1 I The Most Popular Beverage on the Pacific Coast j 13 li 11 tl 11 II Salem Bottled Beer is brewed in one of the most modern plants on the Pacific Coast. It is aged in steel glass-lined tanks. It is conveyed by modern pipe line system direct to the bottle house, bottled under pressure and never comes in con tact with the air from the time it leaves the fermenting tank until the bottle is opened by the consumer. Therefore the consumer is absolutely assured a beer of ideal effervescence, snap and purity. A trial will surely convince you. Get it from your local dealer or send order to the Salem Brewery Association Salem, Oregon all depart-1 i t" "'"1 i"""" ... MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS By Gross r-rr r.o-ir.a. rslS" I (MThe were out y oJr iN a Boftr aV r j Ham mu CTtejw CQALTo aer lnu w M m IA 42b Hfm ' H0IRY 1 SAYS -1 V55E. I I tllW lV ,h-.ll