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THS CALEM CAPITAL .TQPRVAL. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914.
itvb TV0 NERVOUS it n f i r n 1 : I'wuc vicii y L.juiairuuf ham's Vegetable Compound. Philadelphia, Pa. "I had a severe case of nervous prostration, with palpi- I tation of the heart, constipation, head aches, dizziness, noise In my ears, timid, nervous, rest less feelings and sleeplessness. "I read in the pa. ner where a vmma K J.nlfri cured of the same troubles by taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable) Compound so I threw away the medicines the doctor loft me and be gan taking tho Compound. Before I had taken half a bottle I was able to sit op and in a short time I was able to do all my work. Your medicine has proved I itself able to do all you say it will and I nave recommended ltin every household j I have visited. " Mrs.MAltY JOHNSTON, 210 Siegel Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' auuiuvr mm tase. Ephrata, Pa. "About a year ago 1 1 was down with nervous prostration. I ; was pale and weak and would have hys- ! teric spells, sick headaches and a bad i pain under my shoulder-blade. I was Lnder the wet different doctors but did not improve. I was so weak I could hardly stand long enough to do my dishes. ' Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com pound has made me well and happy and I have begun to gain in weight and my face looks healthy now." Mrs. J. W. Horkberger, R. No. 3, Ephrata, Pa. If yon want special advice write to Ljdls K. Plukliam Medicine Co. (ennft deutlnl) Lynn, Mnas. lour letter will be opened, read and answered by a no man and held in strict confidence. Pearl Zinn In Lead-Interest in Contest Grows More In tense Every Day There is a new leader In the Capital Journal exposition contest today. Miss Pearl Zinn has displaced Miss Hnth Mignte, who drops to second place, while Mrs. Hibbler moves up to third position. Jean Mclnt'urff is fourth, and Mildred Atherton fifth. An un usually heavy vote was counted today, and many of the candidates made sub stantial gains. Interest is increasing in the contest every day and more work is being done by the candidates and their friends. The trip to the great exposition with its wealth of world-wide wonders, will be the event of a lifetime for the fortunate winner, and the Capital Journal guarantees that no expense will be spared in making it a pleasant one. First class railroad fure, the best of hotel accommodations, and facilities for seeing the great fair nt its best will be provided free of all charge by this paper. It will be a prlr.e well worth working for. The plan sdopted by tiiia'pnper for giving the trip does not require the con testant to sell anything. The only thing necessary to secure votes being to pa tronise some of Salem's most popular tores. The advertisements of theso firms is run In each Friday's Capital Journal. Theso firms have agreed to give a ssles check or receipt to every purchaser for cash or for monthly bill's paid until January 1, 1915. The sales checks or receipts from these firms may comfort in the coldest weather. Buy a "Mascot" and put money in the bank instead of letting: it float up through the flue. "Mascot" heaters never fail to give satisfaction wherever they go. They are made in many sizes, and the price will always agree with your pocketbook. Come in and see them. JOSSE & The Complete Mousefurnishers Remember, We Guarantee to Save You Money EQUALIZATION BOARD OF STATE IN SESSION; Yesterday was the first day of the session of the Btate Board of Equaliza-; ,luu wnicu win continue tor two moiling to hear comlpaiiits from corporations :.ra:lerX:r by the State Tax Commission Up to' the present no complaint has been filed and it may be several days before the commission has a hearing, which is us-, ually arranged in advance by the repre-; sentatives of the corporations which i have a grievance to relate concerning .1... i - d ,L .! ' iiiw taiaviuii oi iiieir properties. rr- rv r t -l.i.-.. i ' just returned from an official trip to Coos and Curry counties where he col- Wt.l .Into fnr Ihn fm,n,lin fnr thn n,llt" u""1 Ior l" "nnuaiion 101 qliztion of taxes between the ,e sev- eral counties of the state, and he re- in Madison' November 10 to If. ! porta everything serene and satisfac-' Tl, , , ,,, tory in that isolated section of thcvJJ,f ;!0 r""0 10 "'V"no'; state, with the exception of the road, ? , wv, .i """'! which he described as "something ""?, ""V finrno" nt ll.!- ( ".will take part in the discussion of the Z? o . J T . y ' ruml "T"t to be submitted by The State Tax Commission has moved Governor Km met O'Neal of Alabama, into its new offices in the Catiitol Unusual interest will nttm-h tn thin I I bllildillff. bcinir tho off ices formerly ne. 1 cupic, by the Stnte Treasurer, which have been thoroughly renovated, re- paintpii and retiirnished for the accom-1 modntion of the (ax commission and provides for them more commodious and , . A diplomnt. seemingly believes one without actually doing it. -' bo exchanged for votes at this office lnB V("o lor every a cents of your pur- '' The names and atari. ling of the can didates folio'.'.-; Pearl Ziun i 85,819 Until Kugato 78,151 Mrs. C.rncc Eoff Ilibbler 60,9(14 .lean Mclntiirff 61,901 Mildred Atherton .'111,14(1 Margaret White 29,99(1 Heryl Needham 27,1 10 Kcnska Swat 21,8.')8 10,65s Violet Cory , Mario Boliuger Violet M. Barker Ailino Oil in Luannn Brown Celia Wilnon Marguerite Ostraudcr . Beth Uvan Myrtle Herdlein ICustis "Davis Lola De Long Genevieve Fraser "''.," ''I'll n -- Vir i -"- '"'' 1 "bo '" '-n ' 1.,'ir I " 1"'MI , Orace Craig Hazel Johnson 1075 Bcatrieo Crawford 1065 tiihlA Urtiitafi,.!.! 10,17 MnrlA S,diwnh inin !rSb:::: : Z , Hazel Cooley 1000 ! Mildred Cooper 1000 Maudo McLaughlin 1000 i Hemic. Hauter '.. 1000 ! Vivian nargrove 1000 Oraco Taylor 1000' Maedaleua Tnffll 907 Mary Quyor 800 Alma Hall Vera Martin jotta Pcnn , .Silvia Miller Gladys Gray Marie Kvans -r.lii ! 750 1 y'no! 750 1 The following is a list of the firms! whose sales checks or receipts may bci exchanged for vote, at the Capital Jour-1 rial oftico: Stockton's Tho Toggery Snlcm F.Iectrlc Co. Snlem Cigar Factory Imperial Furniture Company. Salem Laundry t o. Wiley B. Allen Co. The Globe Theatre. The Hnynl Bakery (bread wrappers) A. ('. Dcvoe Shoes The Spa Hauser liros. Trover & Weigel, Photographers Yokohama Crockery & Tea Co. Vick Bros. Garage Salem Fish and Poultr'- Msrkot Independent Mcnt Market C. M. Koberts Grocery Poisal and Shaw Grocery C. M. Kppley Grocery. Tho Highland Grocery Hcddnway's Cash Grocery ,1. ti. Biislck & Son Grocery Dr. Mark Skiff Dental Office .1. K. Hockctt, Piano Tuner Sslem Ice Co. Throwing Dollars Up the Chimney That's just what you arc doing all winter long if you have a poor heater one of the old-fashioned kind. Why not spend your money and save it at the fiamc time? Spend it for a "Mascot" up-to-date heater and save fuel money. Buy a "Mascot" and have heal and 1 Unwilling to Wait for Con- gress Will Try to Perfect rlan of Their Own Madison, Wis., Oet. 20. Tlutt viiri- "u UI inuiviuuiu SHU en are UIIWU- , . ( f, t. .. ' , ' , , , ' today would be derelnncd at the mivr.r. . , ' -I" " ,,.. ,,,,.. . " ,.,1 1 ... "... dctint - m, uonim. ..f 41, a .1:..,. .-..I-. mcnt exnrosscd in imi nnnrter. nt the statement bv President Wilson thai congress will not he pressed to provide, at this session, for n plnu insuring fnrm emus, on cisy terms. I quoted ns of the opiniun that tho mat- ! tor is one to be handled most ndvnntn jgeously by the states rather than by f'dernl government. On the theory i "'i1' ",,i"'1. ll'1Pfl ,hosi' "h ''''P ,h(,m- """."i ,,",l, '"K"" n T w L't should be given the instruments of cred it and the financial murium tv hv which they can deal with investors, by ; their own states, The following is the conference's full program: Keport of committee on rural credits, Governor Kminet O'jNenl of Alabama, clmirmnn. State control of natural resources, Governor William Spry of Utah. 1 niformity of laws fixing the the condi- in'"" hi ii niei hv itireigii eurptuillMilin l"'""' doing business in a state, (lover-1 nor Charles H. Miller of Delaware. Kxtrailition, Governor H. V. Stewart1 "f M"n,nnn' Sulimitsii.n of the governors' reconi-1 'Herniations in bill form. Governor ; Prank M. Bvme of South llnkotn. 1 -,,it,n,iiv t .(.,. .i -,,,.:,, laws for idaecs of employment, iucltid mir lltltii, lust nil i vu n,niMi I norv fliivur. r V-.U,,.,! V ll,,n., ..(' ill, .,'; OOOD SHOWING MADE BY fnte ris State Printing Department, Snleni, Oct. 19, 1914. To the Taxpayers of Oregon: The "'" ' I2,IM2..1S for the quarter end '"If September 30 Inst, or nn averago of 4,304,13 for each month of the nuar- ori the "n due to the present State ..... . .. .. . . .. riO ownersnip system in the mate rrmting . ' ' "' "" " ,.Mirnpe; i 7fi0 Department. Of this amount a gnln of ' ner0 Prtioipatad in a rally last , liutter 75u! 5,811.86 accrued from the initiative '"X"1 "' 'eleliiaiioii of Oregon s vie- Oregon eu f",Ni I. accrued troni the initiative pamphlet, the total cost of which, in-!""-; " '- k "'" jester - eluding wrapping ready for mail, wm:''"-v" . approximately t5,H90.(M. Under the old luw e cost would have been 1 1,700.00. hverv of P"'iHn l"i been care-, f''''5' tk,'VM fiX.';'1 hK' under the present law, in your favor, is! as here shown ' Detailed records of cost, showing mill- j utely every item of overhead and gen- ei-Ill evnfinsn. nrn III vnnr ilialtnut, n I ti.a i..:.. .i...,ri..,n.,. I lie con 1 by virtue The complete record of gain to date ! follows """""'r , Sept. 8 to Dec. 31,-1913. il, -07.1)4 Jan. 1 to March 81. 1914 5.417.23 t . , i . i o,. ..... m ... . n.. 1 V i i . u . .in iV.i r l-uii" lroniiies. mvestlgato this case; i Jl,,.V J to fc'I't. 36, 1914 ...12.IHa.38. inK ,;,.,, KHy R No 4 I . ' , "Gentlemen i The spring of 1908 I I loml -!, 1.19.77 1 mii ,,,M,K, for ,X months. I : The dnte originally sot for tho ex-' tried all the medicine that my doetorr pii-atinu of the old law was January 1,1 recommended to me, but no results came I 1915. We had formerly predicted afor the better. I had night sweats, ! gain of 30,000.00 by that date. In-1 and would cough snd spit until I got so tncHiMiiiB nuw are mat ny oanuary i, the gnin will be very close to 35,000.00. H, A. Hnrris, Stnte Printer, i It will bo difficult, after this war is over, to get liiick to common, day headlines oare more. every- MOORE lLOGGER injured NEAR SILVERTON (Capital Journal Special Service.) Silverton, Or., Oct. . Mr. Fields, a logger in the employ of the hilverton Lumber company at .their logging camp tifteen miles southeast of tins city, re ceived a very serious injury yesterday when a choker hook slipped from a log and ttruck him in the lower ribs, indicting a gash in his flesh Had break ing two ot his ribs, lie was brought down to Silverton on the logging train last night and was removed to the Sil verton hospital, where Dr. Keeno at tended his wounds. Miss Marguerite liankiu of Portland, a June graduate of the I'niversity ot Oregon, is here us a guest of the Cow' lien lnmily. Miss Kiuikin and the .tlisses Hess and i'alni Cowden are mem bers ef the Knppa Alpha Thcta sorority at tho university. ( has. Reynolds, who is in The employ of the I. a. Id & Hush hank at Salem, Id home for the week end. Ralph Service of this city, who en tered tho university this fall, is spend ing the week end with his parents here. An hiliald Hehludnr, who has spent the lust year and a half in Alaska, has returned to his homo ut Silveiton io. rani Wrny, who is attending the high school at Maxwell, t'al., this win ter, reports to h's parents, Mr. und Mis. ('. M. Wrny of this city, that he has been honored by an election as yell leader at the high school there. O. S. 1'isetli, who has heeu located on the old (.'urpenler place, two miles north of Silveiton, is vine to Mon tana tins woj'k on account ot the ill hen I 111 of his wife. Kxpert glaziers ore here from Port land lifting the largo plate glass shoff windows in the lower floor ot the new M'liHinic Temple. Mr. P. L. Iliowu, president of the Women's Social Science Club of Sil-'are steady. Thirty carloads ol steer.-, veitun, returned yesterday from Ku-1 sold at lroni:r(i25 to' $7.15, most ot them gene, where she has been intending the! going at 7. Hogs were in extra sup convention of the Slnto Federation of i ply and the price shaded off to i(iV.i0 n amen s i. ions, Held mere Inst week. The election to vote bonds for the erection of a ipl5,0ll(l school hiiild'uu here was held yesterday mid resulted I an tolluws: l or, , 111; against, ill; thrown out 13. This menus n much needed improvement in the school equipment here. w i ien nisi ween ior a two weeks' hunting trip fitty miles north of Coldwel, Idaho. A. Johnson & Co., liaiuters, of Port- land, have stinted putting the finish on the Interior of the new -Masonic Temi.Io hcie. ' Th r,iU-rt,-.llw .if fl...,n ni.. : II.. "' ' "" ....K., . I n , . n l i rfaiSCS IHIS KemftflV r . . . I UOlg IXmlt i i , i ,: .., , ., . I,, , I 1 . ,.. V. " t,lr hHh . r r. . . ... A i-Ii ii n ize of climate has helned some. II.... ..... . i ... j nrnUh ,,JV hMWng ,h fr,.Hll,.Ht ir, eating well cooked, wholesome food, lie- i iig emperate in their luihita and add- ,i . nunlitioa nf Kekmnii ' At. leruwve, a 11 terative, a medicine for Throat and wens l could liardiy do anything. Hut ' at last, James Deering, of Glasgow j Junction, insisted Hint 1 try your iiicdl- !clne. In one week's time there was quite n Improvement, in my condition, and alter 1 had taken several bottles I felt as well as ever ill my life. I firmly believe that Kckman's Altera tive will relieve nny ease of lung trou ble If taken before the Inst stage. (Affidavit) A. C. nKTTKKNYVOUTII. (Above abbreviated; more on re quest.) l-iekiniiii 's Alterative has been proven by many years' test to be most effien - cious for severe Throat and l.mig Af- feetions, Bronchitis, lln nchial Asthma, Stubborn Colds and in upbuilding the system. Ciiiitiiiiis nn nuri'itlies nniMiuis or lisbit forming drugs. Asu rnr book let telling of recoveries, and write to I'.ekman Laboratory, Pliiliidelphin, I'll,, for evidence, A pt no substitute. Small sine, 1.00; regular size, ifl.M), for sale liy all leading druggists, FINE ADDRESSES FOR 1 TEACHERS INSTITUTE One of the nutiilde speakers secured for the Marlon county touchers' tnsl. t'lto is Dr. .leronie II. lln viiinnil, of Chi rngo I'niversity, lie. -nr. ling to the nn noiinceinent of County Si'lttmt Superin tendent W. M. Smith today. Hr. liny mond will deliver four illiisl rated lec tures nn the " I'nderljlng Causes of the War Madness in l-iiirope, " The speaker is nn rconiiinlst of natliuiiil repute, and his lecture are la a popular vein on a subject of pi! rt t -1 1 1 it r interest at this time, sud it Is expected the public will take the opportunity to hear him at the Institute. His lectures In the even ing will lie given In the Sslem high school auditorium and the public Is in vited to attend them, as well ns the teachers of the enmity. Another feature of' the Institute pro groin Is .Miss Mime It, Hofcr, who will deliver three lectures to tho trm-licr on plavrrnuiid work. Miss Hofer Is of the extension deportment of Chicago I'niversity and tins had a wide and varied epcrlcnco in her line of nork The Institute will be held Wednesday, Tliorsilev snd Piidnv, from October 2., to 10. It's easy for a man to gain a , man's trust if lie doesn't merit it. The Markets LOCAL WHOLESALE MAEKETS. Hay, timothy Clover, per ton .. Jate and vetch heat ! (13.00 8.00 .. 8.50 , 8.00 05c Wheat, per bushel Bran, per ton Shorts, per ton ...2S..W Oats, per bushel 35c to 37c ..hutim bark, per lb. 4Hi5c I'otatoes, per iwt 75c(ii$l Butter and Eggs. Uutterfat, per lb ..'.. 34c Creamery butter, per lb 35c Kggs 35c cash Poultry. Hens, per lb lie Roosters, per lb. 8c Fryers Livostock. 11c i Steers Cows, per cwt Uogs, fat, per lb Stock hogs, per lb. (tops) .... Ewes, per lb Spring iambs, per lb Veal, first class i-eiu. Dry, per lb 6c 4W.)c : 7c tl'jC 3MiC 5c He ! ! 8c Suited country pelts, each 50(fiHi5e Lamb pens, each 23c Wncat iriccs are forging ahead in all markets. Tkere was a sharp advance all along the line in I'urtlaud Mumlay, over Saturday's already advanced prices. Some club changed bauds at $1.(13, but sellers held geuoially for $1.05. Bluestcin was 2 cents higher than Saturday, jl.dh being bid. Re ports troni all parts of tho state show ed the luaiket uetive uud buyeis ilcati till and anxious to get rid ot their money for iiiirtliing in the wheat line. While bids tor ifl.UH were made for bluesteni, sellers were holding out lor 1.12, uud the oil lereucu between buy ers ami tellers tor all varieties was gnerully Horn 2 to 4 cents. Indicu iioiia are prices will bo still higher. The hop market stands around tho 10-ccnt mark, varying but little either wiiv. ami numerous sales are renorted at this urice. Stock nrices at Portland tit III' t.tn Sli.ien l,l-li,lll ,,11 lltn frnui ;l..ul fin- enos in 4ki .i ..in fur ! wethers, and 6 lor lamps. la New Vork '.Mundiiv iirunes were quoted at a'ain 1 1 '.ac tor Calilornius and HKo 12c lor Oregon. The egg niar- . ""k1" C"'1 development of the stool ket -hows a wide variance. Jn San j ""'"8,rv ,0 I'fve that the forming of i Francisco, best nineli ure quoted lit 4Mc ; ",,'c'' corporation was but a natural j with storage at 30, while in Chicago i ai111 ""mini development from existing i,toiage are IT(o22e, ordinary firsts iql'rudo "d nininifnctiiring coa litions. , ;iie, and lusts at 22xi 2.ie, la Tort- ! land, storage are queued at 27(o)2.v, jesse couiii 32..1 33e, uud tanilUeVl al I 35( )I7 ',-jc. SEATTLE MARKETS. Seattle, Wash., Oct. 20. Fggs French lunch, 4.nii-52e; fresh custom, 35(4(lc; Oiientals, IHc. Local cubes, ;tlc; bricks, 35c; wregnu euocs, .i.mj.i.ie. 1 I ncese l.iniliiiiger, Io; Wisioiisin, I 19c; Swiss (domestic), 21c; Washing- 1 1 ' '-("-1Ml' Onions Green, 2(i(.2.ic per dozen;! eastern Washington, li lVn' per pound;! ' t,,(,',,l'H! , i ; I SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS. Sai Fianciseo, Oct. 20. Kggs -Kx tins, ole; pullets, 40c; California slot- age extras, 3(ic. lliitter Kxtras, 3Wn I'Hine firsts, 2ne; lusts, 2oe; seconds, 2-lc. Cheese Cslifiirnin fancy, 1, I firsts, 12K.C: seconds. I He PORTLAND MARKETS. Portland, Or,, Oct. 20,-Whcat Club, 1.02'a; bluestcm, 1.08. Oats No. I white toed, 20.75; grav, 26.50. ' Hailcv Brewing, 22; feed, 21. Hogs Best live, 7.10. Priline steers, 7(iti.l5; f y cows, Hj best calves, "(, Spiing lambs, 5(Mt. Butter City creamery, 33(o)35c. K.tgr Selected loeal extras, 37,.je, Hens, 12'jc; tnoilers, ll'jc; geese, 10c. HEAVY HOP SALES MADE IN PORTLAND j j While them was every Indii ntinii nn j Saturday that hop buying ill this stale ws extremely quiet, It. develops that It was exactly the opposite, and the net I ve blivlllir wllii-ll ha. I featured tin rest nf i the week held up to the close of business More than 'JUNO bales chiiiiucil hands. growers reali.iug from H I H to III 12 1 cents R pound. Just bow many hales of hops have been sold thus far nf the Hill crop It Is difficult to ascertain; In fact, It would be Impossible to get figures which would in any wi.e he acciiiute, but thousands of bales have rhanged hands. It is rumored today thill Hie tun prime factors in the market during 1al week have filled their orders ami lire now out of the market, This same, rumor has been current upon or throiiuh two other occasions, so that, only tlie amount of buluess dining the next ilnv or two will show whether the rumor Is true or not. If they am out nnd orders are at low prices, It Is pos.ible business will come to standstill for the time being. A California wire received reports that the market In that slain has limit en, A big crop of choice Sonnmss was sold Saturday at (;, cents, but the bulk of them am I g offered under III cents, biissian lllvers are being of j rered at sud cents, without any business helng done. The effect nf the break In California I la bound (o be felt here, dealers say, I and will mesa that prices In this state1 will have to drop to meet, those of the- state, tn the south or buying will be en- lirely shut out. (hewers in the Knat are extremely bearish aad are refusing to pav any price for hops which can even be considered ns fair. Onn dealer had orders this morning for hundred of bale provided they could be sold nt a price on bosrd rnr which was o low that the orders worn hr no means ac- II Claims It Controls Less Than 50 Per Cent of Country's Iron and Steel .iew lorn, uet. ZD. Presenting a huge array of facts to prove that it was not organized to create a monopoly or stifle competition and that it has endeavored to refrain from doing either of these things, the United States Steel ''orporution today filed its brief an swering the government's dissolution suit in the federal eonrt here. The brief allcces that tho American Steel and Wire Company, the National! nine ompaiiy, tne American Steel and Wire Company, the American Tinplate Company, the American Steel II onn Company and the American Sheet Steel Company corporations that wero ab sorbed in the formation of the steel corporation were not in eompetition with one another to any appreciable ex tent. What competition did exist in com panies taken over by the steel corpor ation, it is alleged, was betweu the Cnrnegio Steel Company and the Fed eral Steel Company. And in this case, the brief further asserts, tho competi tion was restricted to only part of their products. Is Really Poor. To prove that the corporation is not n monopoly as alleged, tho brief states tnat in mot, the steel corporation's proportion of the country's total prod uction of all finished products of iron and steel was only 50.1 per cent. Since then the proportion has been reduced to 45.7 percent of the country's prod uction for all the markets of the world and to 40.9 per cent of the total prod uction for the domestic market. As to the extent of control of the business involved in the ore supply ac quired by the corporation, it is shown that the steel corporation ' ores con titute only 43 per cent of tho total amount of ore in the ranges of the Lake Nnperior district which were well known '" "'I', nod constitute at nresenf only I '"fl l"'r cent, of the ore contained in the ! 'M'u' Superior ranges now known. The brief, nt some length, goes into The harvest moon has been great for tho marching legions in Furope. Hut it was created for a better purpose. cepted. A letter from a big Knstern brewer contained the statement that he did not propose to buy nt present "high prices when T know tho market is going I lower." This is but a sBinple of the I bearish tendencies of brewers every where and is one prime fnctnr in tho j decline in prices. j Sales in this state Saturday Included the following, which total 2054 bales: i.ivosioy nougiit the 2.i(i-liale crop "r i.eo i,oy ai Aurora, paying 10 cents, " 11 Tv.Jl"t ,.1'". ! ' w- Seavey Hop Compiniy liought the 'l;h Williams lo, of 226 bales at Kola at 10', cents. The Carston crop of habv hons. loUlino 250 liales. l Km. It. """K'l l,v, "fn ' ' K ""t. i Harry I,. Hart bought tho Rued lot of I Wan houoht bv Itenta nt ft I.N i '-""" ' 'mt "trove, paying i(i..j iVnts, I Dorcas Pros, bought the Madison crop ';of 83 hales at 'Independence at. 10'i cents for T. A. Mvesley 4 Co., and the I John Cooper lot of 60 bales at tho same 1'iace nt km, cents Tor t lie Hoavey Jlop ''""I"'"- sdilltlon they purchased "Hbert & Patterson crop of 500 ' ''""la, hut the prico paid l not I '""'le public. Klaber, Wolf & Netter conliiiim to be big factor ill the market, their pur- ! ehuses Saturday totaling 339 bales and the prices paid by them ranging from S'.j to IO'i cents. The .i icrinnn lot ol 123 bales at. Aurora, was secured at 10', cents; the 76-bale Perkins lot at Norih Yamhill was taken at the same price; the W hale Snslmuer crop at Korest drove was bought at 10 cents and the 60 bale Kriegcr crop at Sher wood was taken over at H'tj cents. Use "Gets-It," Corns Shrivel, Vanish Its tile Now Way, Slid You'll Forget You Evor .lad Corns, "2 drops put oi. In 2 seconds, corn shrivel", comes clean offl ' That's the marvelous story of "(HITS IT," the new plan corn cure, Nothing call be simpler for the cure of coins -and it Nn fn.ni In Bumsi . ' No Pain, If Yn ll.fl "f'.bTStr." ,,,. r..iln. That's why millions of people nro using tlKTS-IT" today mid tiMwlltt HH11V ,,r tm,v ..i,',,,,,, ,iilHV ,,,, t -. 1 1 iisx "ics, and " wiaidng oiitrits" that make a bundle around the ne and choke it. into pain by pressing either on or around tho coin. Them Is nothing to stick to your stocking, nothing to cause Iiil1iiiiiiinilii.il or rawness, nothing to press on or I sround the enra, Vou uiiplv ll in i! seconds, No more knives, lasers, scis sors or flics, with their blood poison onngeis. Try "tllCTS IT" for that com, callus, wart or human. "(I Ill's. IT" I sold y druggist everywhere, a bottle, or sent di rect by K. I.awrcnee A '0 Chicago. I is-i. I .AW IT It1 I J 1 . av Jm f t i" 1 orris Makes the Prices In addition to the extremely low prices I give a beautiful premium for each $5.00 worth of tickets. MY GOODS ABE ALL EXTRA STANDARD no cheap goods and my prices are right. Best Hams, lb 10c Nice Breakfast Bacon, lb 20c Pick Nick Hanis, lb 17c Seasoning Bacon, lb 17c No. 5 Lard 75c No. 10 Lard Uft Medium Cottoiene 65c Large Cottoiene 11.80 No. 5 Compojiiia 65c NoT 10 Compound $1.23 10 bars good Eoap 25c 5 pkgs. Corn Starch 25c 1 gal. size Choice Peaches ... 35c 1 gal. size Choice Pears 35c 1 gal. size Choice Pumpkins... 25c 1 gal. size Choice Squash 25c 4 pkgi. Seeded Raisins 25c 3 cans Mtlto 25c 3 cans Extra Corn 25c 3 cans Extra. Qual. Tomatoes 25c 2 cans Bauer Krattt 25c 2 cans Choice Peas 25c 3 cans String Beans 25c 2 pkgB. Arm & Hammer Sods 16c 20c K. 0. Baking Powder 20c 1 can Nice Minced Clams 10c 3 cans Extra Choice Oysters 25c 2 cans Pride of Columbia Rivor Salmon 25c Alaska Pluk Salmon, can 10c Extra Choice Coffee, lb 30c 2 lbs. 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