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Tbe fdgfii RMMdy Will
Banfefc it Forever.
If yo would forover bo rid of
tfc efce ml pilin, and flomo
tiMi tfca torttueB produced by
JttMWMtism, yott must tako llio
rigfct remedy. Those who con
iM io Bufifor nro rolyi'ng upon
romedios which do not reach tfioir
tronblo. Tho doclor'a troatmout
lwy consislfl of potash and
jswrcury, which only Intensify tho
sttoeaso, causing tho joints to stiff
M And tho bones to aclio, boajden
jwrioualy impairing tho digosliYo
Rheumatism Is a disordered stnto of
the blood, find tho only cure for it is a
real blood retnodv. Swift's Bwolflo (8.
0, 8.) fcoe down to tho very bottom of
ono who has tho misfortune to suffer
with tills disabling disease."
8.S.S. is tho only euro for Rheu
matism, wnicn js
tho moat stubborn
of blood diseases.
It is not iutonded
but by completely
acid condition of
tho blood it forcos
out ovory trnro of
tlio (lifloiiHO ana
all disease of tho blood, and promptly frida tiio nvstom of it forovor. It it)
cures cases mat ouior remeuii-i can noi
Mr. E. K 8. Olinknnbcnrd. a promi
nent attorney of 31 1. Sterling, Ky.,
"Two years ago 1 vrnS a wroat nufforcr
from Xthoumntlsm, I had tried every
remedy I could hear of except 8. 6. o.
I htul been to Hot Spring. Ark., whero
I remained for twolvo Week under
treatment, but I experienced no perma
nent relief, and returned home, be
lluvliig tlint I would be a lufferer ai
long an I lived. At n time whon ray
palm were nlinoit unbearable, I
chanced to read your advertisement
mid was Impressed with It so much
that I decided to tryB.B.f I took
eleven bottles and was entirely relieved
of all pain and cured permanently.
When 1 began to take 8. 8. 8. I was
unable to sit or stand with any caso,
and could not sleep. Since taking the
lt ilogj I iiavo had no return of tho
Rheumatism, and I take great pleas
ure In rccommendlnir 8.
S to any
and ono thousand dollars reward
is ofTorod to any chemist who can
prove that it contains a partiolo of
morcury, potash, or any othor
mineral ingrcdiont. S. B. S. is
tho onlv blood romfidy guaranteed
to bo absolutely froo from mineral
Hooks sont froo by Swift flpo
cifio Company, Atlanta, Qa.
DULY CAPITAL JOURNAL
5 -f- fr,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, m.
tyf One Year 3.O0, In Advance
My, Four MonUw $1 00, v A4vmim,
Weekiy, One Year sjl.00, In juIvmkw
SOME WORTHY API'ROPRIA-
Tlioro arc same worthy appropria
tion bills boforo tho Senate that have
pasted tho House, The salmon hatch
ery bill Is a very Important measur
to tho fisheries of this stute. That
Industry is ono of Oregon's largest
sources ot employing labor and reap
ing a harvest of cash. Wo should
tako tlmo by tho forelock and build
and maintain several good fish hatch
erics, Tiio past year or two tlioro
have been unusual runs of fish. Hut
In a few yours, If nothing Is dono to
restock our salmon trcautlio supply
way fall so hw as to dostroy tho
value of half tho canneries In tho
stato and throw thousand) of mon
out of work. Then tho state would
kick ltsolf for not having supplied
Millions or young llili ncodod cadi
year to tualntuln tho equilibrium
against wholesalo catching. Tlio
Senate will neglect a groat opportu
nity Ui protect tho best Interests of
tho taxpayer If It kills that bill.
Thk Jouunal has novcr heard the
honest claim of Ashland and Drain
to nn appropriation for lliolr well es
tablished normal schools called In
question. Tho small sums atkod by
tho renroiontatlvos from Jackson and
DiuRlus counties for ttiolr rcspcotlvo
lasUtutlotis, are just as worthy as
Monmouth and Weston and Just as
wucn needed by tho people or this
state. Oregon school laws mako no
provision for publlo high schools, .Rut
few aio to lo found In tho itato and
tlwy aro supported by local taxos.
The only Institutions of higher edu
cation are tho state university and og.
rloultural college that get state sup
IsLvt . w it n
: . I ! UK
a tMby, U finJlr re alUe that bets a sick
. Vy ftwwtuly he bu &f " Jck
feryrMs. tut u. revklcly itfuicd
S ple Hurc' srelBj.r Ucvtie
Hw &awhinr that dots not itrlkca
www liifiU n new d(l),r !nsJ.' '
u cLLi lyJJ. r 1JT. .1. """"" '"- vi irii
SLI7C tz7r. "?ri,w wwiMiM, ua
port. The normal schools are at
tended by the children tho sons and
daughters of tho farmers and com
mon people of Oregon who would
novergo to tl'O university and are not
Interested In tho special courses
tauxht at tho farmer's college. Hund
reds or young men and women go to
the normal schools who would other
wise never ot a particle of education
ahovo tho country district tschool.
Tlioro aro those who will say :Orcgon
wants no high schools. Let tho young
pooplo go without normal school
tralulng unless thoy con pay for It
themselves at chartered colleges. It
is safe to say that for every dollar
tho state pays out for a normul school,
tho studonts who attend nnv out
Ave dollars and the state gets ton dol
lars of a bettor man or woman, a citi
zen with a llttlo broador outlook on
life, better qualified to asstimo tho
duties of tho head of afuiully, and a
mora Intelligent and patriotic oltion.
Not half tho normul school sludosts
may over teach school, but they will
bo that much bettor tilted to educate
their own chlldrou. Oregon Is rich
In iuatorl.il wealth, producing moro
dollurs per capita each year than any
state In tho union, Does any ono pro
tond ttut wo uro doing too much for
public education ? Tho keenest dis
appointment that comos to u citizen
coming from other states to II va In
Oregon Is when ho rcalUes the buck-
wanluosjgfour puullo school system.
Our wealth of public school lands
has been recklessly squandered, Our
school funds havo been loaned out to
politicians who pay nelthor principal
or Interest. Wo keep men quartered
un the state educational pay rolls at
salaries live tlinus what tlmv nr
worth. Wo fuston a blood-sucking
text-book trust on the people with nn
..v.. vmu tuuwMui. noi uriy per
cent of our children of school ue aro
I. til.. .i.iiii.b i...i . ...i
m i,muiiu iiiooin. iiion wo roar
and pucker up our mouths us If wo
were coutomplallng suicldo by a dose
ol Krcen porsliuinou Julco when nsked
to help a struggling normal school In
a county cut oft from tho rest of tho
state by chains of mountains. Nearly
every stato In the union appropriates
more money Mr normal schools than
Oregon. No state spends o llttlo for
higher education and so much on
low lived politicians as Oregon. The
senato should pun tlio Ashland nud
Drain normal school bills. Thoso ap
proprlattons aro for education uf
human being struggling t0 immovo
their minds for the beiioHt of their
fellow meu, and not to enrich blood.
sucking trusts unit politicians out of a
Ictal.aro appreciated. Thoir leader
ship of tho Republican party Is a mat
ter for Republicans to deal with. But
their manipulations as politicians to
thwart the desire of the people to have
an economical business administra
tion of this city shall be fully laid be
fore the people.
It Is no secret that they are
still silently at work to de
feat tho Salctu Citizens' charter,
They hope to kill It by de
lay, as they havo Injured It by amend
ment. The Intention Is to not allow
the admlnlstrutlon to accomplish
anything. Rather sink the city In
tho quagmire of repudiation than al
low i government that tho old push
can't run to accomplish economy.
That's the whole nttitudc of the push
In u nutshell,
The city marshal and tho recorder
turned In fees enough the first month
under tho Citizen's administration to
make their oMcci nearly self-supporting.
Of course, those fees were a
sacred right of the olllclals so long as
Edcs und Dlllcy put them In their
pocket or used them for push cam
paign funds. NowGesner, Oatch and
illngham call them a graft on the
When the "push" Is snowed under,
It Is willing to nccopt tho referendum
as a saving clause. It ridicules tho
"Initiative and referendum" until
It sees In It a last chanco to dofcat re
duction uf high rates of Interest on
tho city debt. Uy tho way, when did
tho push ever do n thing to cut down
"OASOAKKTI all (lalntS.hr lkM
and r a trnlr wondtrf al medlcln I fast ofttn
wished for a medicine pltaiam to tk and at lait
bare found It la 0mrti. Oloca taklnc ttiem, mj
blood h tn Drlfld and tnj complexion nai Ira
pro, rd irondtrtotlr and I rtl much belter In ererf
war Urb.HalLimK Dili.. w.J-attrell, Ten d.
TNADf MAMM ttSOnVrtMO
Pleaunt. PalaUbl. Potent. Tattc Good. Do
flood Merer Sicken. Weaken or Oflpe. JCc.JSc, SOc
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
ftrittf Itmtif Cf .a. CltUt HMlr. .1. S.w V.rk. Ill
MD.Tn.IAP Sold and rtiaranterd hf atldrnf.
nU' I U-BM W (lite to VVMtH Tobacco Habit.
Klagg has made a hard fight for the
stuto fair bill. If tho measuro falls
It will not bo the fault of the Marlon
Thk Daily Jouknai. will for tho
next ycur dissect tho record of every
member or this legislature. Tako it:
bo posted on what was dono and not
Members of tho legislature who
want to see tliomsvcs as others nee
them, should havo tho Dally
JouuNAr, for tho coming year and
read Its fully digested reports or thoir
doings at this session.
The Corvallls Oazotto suspended
publication today. This leaves
senator John D.ily's paper, tho
Corvallls Union, "gold standard und
a larllT ror rovonuo only" tho only
Republcan paper In licnton county.
.Why shouldn't thoKalem puwli or-
nan opposo tlio Daly text-book bill?
Don't It got n monthly slice ? Hasn't
tho Hook Trust neon a henvy contrib
utor to tlio ruction that Honest Hob
represents and holds down n $.1,000
Docs anyone Imaglno for a moment
that tho big three who nrc opposing
tho city charter with (Jeo. Orab dog
ging nt their heels would nut. ngaln
puthluj In charge of nil our city
airalrs if they woro iiennlttcd to do
so Y Thon uro thoy fair or honest ?
many legislators, Is to get something
for nothing through ofllcc nr appro
priation of state funds. They seem
to think public money Is fee, that it
cots nothing, and there Is always
moro where it came from. The tax
payer Is never taken Into considera
tion. Tun Jouunal considers tho ratifi
cation ot the pcaco treaty and its sig
raturc by tho president as tho great
est victory for humanity -achieved
since Abo Lincoln put bis pen to the
emancipation proclamation. In the
senate fifteen sliver men, und all tho
silver Republicans, voted for the
treaty. Without their votes It could
not havo been ratified. They showed
themselves patriots during the war
and In settling Its Issues.
The Model Oregon Newspaper and Family Journal.
Uniting News, Fiction, Literary, Ranch and Dairy
und Market News In attractive readable form.
Is issued Thursday morning In time to reach all parts
of the state the same week..
Tk MO Mly
In two parts contains all Important Foreign, National
and Btato News.
Tim PIONBBft tlMITBD'
ts tlio nalneof the only perfect trail In
the wotld, nowrunnlng every night between
St. Paid and Chicago, via the Chicago, Mil
waukee fr St. Pnul Rallway,-die pioneer
roadoflheWett In adopting all Improved
facilities lit the safety and ejoyment of pai.
lenocn. An llluitfitted pamphlet, showing
views ol beautiful ce nery along the route of
the I'loneer Limited, will be sent free to any
person upon recilnt of two-cert postage
stamp, Addresi Geo. II. HeafTord, General
Passenger Agent. Chicago, 111. w 6 9 tf
TaB ORBAT SALT LAKH KOUTa
The attention of eatbound travelers Is
called to the advantajes offered them by the
Rio Grande Western, ' Tho Great 8alt Lake
Route " The same rates prevailed whether
the trip Is mane via Huntington or an Fran
clsoo. The passenger has his cho'ce of two
routes out ol Portland, llitec through Colo
rado, and (our east thereof. No other line
out of Portland can offer such a variety of
routes. In addition, a day's stopover is given
all passengers at any point In Utah or Colo,
rado. Through pullman and tourist sleep
ing cars arc run on all tralna, as well as free
reclining chair cars, The aervice and ac
commodations offered are equal, If not su
perior to thoie of any trans-continental road,
and rates are always as low as the lowest,
If you contemplate a trip east, wrilo to
J. D. Mansfield, G:neral Agent, Ulo Grande
Western Hallway, 142 intra direct, romanu,
Oregon, for any information you may need In
8 p m
reference to rates, routes or
Judge Rurnctt's own organ, In Its
report of tho motion filed by Sam
Huyden, stamps lilm as severe:
"When court convened yesterday,
Judge Uurnett. without hearing argu
ments on tho motion, overruled It."
Thk JouitNAr. has taken tho lib.
erty to assert tho rights or the pcoplo
to decent treatmenteven at tho hands
or a circuit judge, elected by tho pco
plo and supposed to bo a servant or
all tho people.
An Independent Associated Press Paper ror the Peo
ple. Bend ror samples frco.
Remembers Nothing Like It.
"I was troubled with nervous head
acho and did not reel like doing uny
work. I began taking Hood's Sarsa pur
llla and the hcuducholeft me. When I
hud taken two bottles 1 felt like work
ing. I now reel better tluu I ever
remember or reeling bofore. Edmund
O. Lunnkii, Sodu Hprlngs, Idaho.
Hood's Pills euro all liver 111. Easv
to take, easy to operate;, reliable,
Dissolution of Partnership.
Tlio public nro hereby notified that
the musical Instrument II rm hereto
fore doing a partnership business nt
142 Htuto street under tho name or
Whale and Moyo bun been dissolved,
the undersigned continuing as Mile
proprietor and dealer In pianos and
organs, i-i uw u. a. WllAr.K.
Thk Journal has the fullest report of tho doings of
tho legislature and stute olllclals, as well ai lndcpen
dcnt,clcnrand conclso comment on oil public matters.
Send u trial subscription.
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iy. 01. .LAWS, imcnrro
Walla Wall, Spokane,
Minneapolis, st. I'nul,
Duluth, Milwaukee Chi
cago and East
For San Francisco.1
Sail every five dnys
To Astoria and way land
rortland, Newburg and
I For Dayton
3i3o p m
Cor villi? Albany and
Uhair Cars Between Pottland and Albany.
Comfortable upholstered revolving
chairs, observation onds, attractive
smoking rooms, llrst class In every
particular, 25 cents Portland toSuleui,
M cents Portland to Albunv. Cur nn
- .. . .... " ----, - - w.. - -...,.. ...w V..MW
i hesociirs will bo lot No. IO, block 07, Salem, $700.
inn mtmlnn of t in i --.. .... . '.. '
rear end or train.
The following deeds wore filed nt.
Marlon county court house Saturday:
F. W. Durbin, sheriff, to Albert
Ilatcs, tract or In 1 8 s, r .1 w, $1,310.
Asahal Hush to Frederlch Hurts,
parts or lots 1 and 2, In block u, Salem,
w. d, $1,000.
R. II. Finch and wire to O. T.
Pomcroy und wife, tho east half or
Kllyor llopuhllcnn Knight or Clack
nmas has been a qulot member, but. he
has struck hard blows ror tho pcoplo.
He has tho credit or getting tho bill
through to lower schoolrund Intsrcst
to six per cent. That will bo an lm.
monso bcnellt to tho eutlro stato as It
will rorco Inlcrest dawn all around.
Sonntor Smith madoa herolo light
against tho Eastern Oreiran lami
steal, as he has reason to bollovo It Is
Intended. It Is Harmon's bill No. 40,
to allow countlouo dispone or lands
bid In for taxes. Its Importance how.
evorgotltnllbutthreo votes In tho
Klamath Falls Kxpress; Whon Dr.
Daly, who was a chief surgeon on the
stall or General Miles, submitted to
tho war Invostluatlmr uouimUmnn
chemical proor that the refrigerated
To-Nlght and To. Morrow Night,
Ami each day ana night during this
week you can get at uny druggist's
Kemp's llalsum for tho Tliroul and
Lungs, acknowledged to bo tho most
successful remedy over bold for
Loughs. Croup, llronchltls, Asthma
and Constiinnt Inn. f2t. n Iu.mi,. ,
day und keen It iilwiivtt in Mm iinmu.'
nJrV0U.,un c,llcck yllr coIl nt onco!
1 1 ii )o mm wc. sumpio oottio rree,
A Fine Entertainment,
Wouiou or Woodorart. Silver Hell
Circle No 43, l.ad au oiwu meeting
Saturday night at thoir hull In Insur
ance building. Invitations wero out
.w. iu.ui uuuurcii peupio una tiiolr
Hall wus Juiucd with guests. A fine I
program was rondercd as only tho
ladles or Silver Hell Clrclo can 00.
Slate Senator Mulkey, or Polk couuty,
uddrcssed the siiectatnrs on fraternal
protection which was well received
by all present. All tho guests wero
well pleased aud will miss no oppor
tunity 10 auond any ontertalnment
given bj Silver Doll Circle.
Clius. Scott, assignee, to W. E. Wil
son, lot 4, Sunnysldo Fruit Farm No.
L. A. IIIIbs and wife to A. M. 'llllss.
tho northeast quurter or section 17, t
10 s, r fl 0 i c. (I. $.100.
LlhiE. llllss etui, to A. M. llllss,
tho nortn hair of the northwest
quarter of 1(1, 1 10 h, r 0 0. q. c. d. $.'120.
Tho O. . Si N. Co. to J. H, Lehmun,
tlio west half r tho southwest ouar-
tor or section Kl, 1 8 s, r 1 c, q. c, d.
Frank Rrown und wife to Emma I).
Hawk, lots 4 und f, In block 2, Ilrook-
lyn add to Salem, w. d. 1300.
Surah E. Smith to F. Smith ot al.,
part of section .11, 1 7 s, r 2 w. q. c. d.
Chns. Scott, osslgneo, to I. Long
man, tho west half uf lot 17, Sunny
side Fruit Farm No. 10. $128.
Dull Headache. Psins In vrlouswparts of
the body. Sinking at the pit of the stomach,
Loss of appetite. FeverUhncss, Pimples or
Sores ar all positive rviilences of impure
blood. No matter how it became so it must
be purified in order to obtain good health,
Acker's Wood Elexir has never failed to cure
Scrofulous or Syphilitic poisons or any other
blood diseaies. It is certainly a wonderful
remedy and we will sell evrrv Imitli- nn
fiaus the lli3 Kind Y011 Hw Always Boujlit
EXPERIENCE IS;THE IIESJ TEACHER
use Acker's English Remedy In any case of
coughs, colds oraoup. Should It fad to give
immediate relle money refunded 2Cc nnd
)". mini w ihjukj, uruggnis.
The Huiallejt things may exert the greatest
Influence. De Wilt's Little Rirlv lift... ...
unenualled for constipation snd llvertroubles
Small pill, safoplll, Sloce' Drug store.
The Burlington Route
Ings Is not only the
route to Omaha, Kansas City, and
nil points south, but ABSO
LUTELY the fastest.
Take It and you suvo anywhere
from 8 to 20 hours In time, nnd
from $2 to $5.75 In money.
Exactly how much time? Ex
actly how much money? The
local ticket agent will tell you.
Ask him; or, It you prerer,
A. C. SHELDON.
Qen'l Agent, Portland, Or.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
Daily boats to Portland as above.
Transfers to street car line at OregJ City
if the steamers are delayed there. ojnd
trip tickets to nil points in Orogon, Washing,
ton, or California. Conncctio 1 made at Port
land with all rati, ocean andrivcr lines
W. II. HURLBURT.
Oen'l Pas. Act. Portland. Or.
G. M POWERS. Agent, Twde street dk
I10ISE & BARKER,
-TAKE THE -
Canadian Pacific R.R
And Soo Pacific Line
Corvallls k Easlera Mread
Connecting at YAQUI.VA with tlio
YAQDINA BAY STEAMSHIP COMPANY
rirl-ctaM Inourj ro ect. Tlio nlioo
Mourner Is lino to mil from Ympilmi
every eight da) n.
-Sliorti'Ht Itouto Jk'tucen
Between Valley Points and d Francisco
Fare: Albany niiil Points West to Sun Francisco
Hound Trip.... 17.00
II. U AI.DKN, UDWIN STONE.
a .tall points eait and southeast U't0n
daS'dSs1'"1 ,at"' beu,eiv,ce aml nccommo.
Inrough touriit sleepers to
01. urn, loromo,
Kiunircni, ami Uoston
T V. & V, A.
J. TURNER. Airenl, Albany, Oie.
WU.I.AMKTTK ItlVKIl DIVISION
STEAMER WM. M. HOAG,
Captain Oio. Itnabe.
Bounti Tha Kind You Haro Atvnjrs Bougftt
BJgnstsrt Iff M yJrJA
"uuppe is spam epidemic.
v-, y uuiu ue laken to avo d it. Ii'.
L. V. Elilen, of Pnrllaud. ex-county
clork of Murlon county, Is In the city.
Uxif Issued to Miles'
mon In iurto
ht. tf f pi.cte. uewun, bd
ftiasuAj j.r'"Yi :i'"t. """bib, nu
WMIw fate It tan&TwSVE
MUUIUtf llul Ai....!.... . .. . ""
gg?V.y,t".!f ,w lir oil. it dwnu
. rnvr nun Wn t,C COfltBIIT. it
Jf! ,f the unbrkli W
Illoo was "fliiibaiiuoil." thn roi...,.u
slon tiM!ned two onus of roast beof
bouKlit In WrtshHiKUm nnd pro
nouhwl It tHKl. Queer, wusn't lt
TliueoMountalnren A favorite
method with ,,my ihjohIq, nnd n Koo(l
-Sirsrrir! ' Y . .vou
-- " vr lruiiLiuH it.M.A......
-...w. BIT II I 1 I V I I 1 !- Kunl..l .
l.i .,.,. ....... Tr " :. ."". ' ",M,7
inui ittnrvtiiuir i-uiii.iianAU abi.i u
JKM lltj-SH With Ul tltw, wCUUll tUu
r bvskI J.rhJ. it cff yi iw fcit of
STssfSSlif ;. T!w,d hnv tt.tlfit'd
Jf rtfrr.iwtwmi yUVt
m '' rwwt fHt ettrv to.
WNMHw IsMmAw Usui i&ha sW&ui tk
sSs tsV isip
loco J0U0 W. Mlnto was sheriff h...i
featctl at tho lato olty elwllou. it has
wula In every way to lnirfora wait
the oltlwiii' parly that the peopio put
tocal polltlsal luauawra like Hlnir.
-M.,wWCr, uawu ctal, who ro
h!IIIii to woriflco every tiiiotf ty p4rty
Wk-ularlty, lmv0 um u, blwk Uie
tltlwo'a council in Wry t0n n,
took, TllCSfl Uldll hltil-iw. tl.u k..i..
Hepubllcao city and ou all they do
weiujrcoauooM boc4U they aro Uo-
puWlMOa. (,) LU Ihev linmi.. II..
wotlvta of all Ueptiblitact ww on
dorsed tbeoltluqa moyotuon
All (ha jhh1 Mt, puullo or urlvat.
of Mwsrt, Otuner. Oatab. iiii.
rickets, and develop health v
ussues, bonus and teeth, need
Jhuaiul hypophosphitcs. Dr.
W. Oilman Thompson,
JVof. Materia Medica and
'rhanipouties, in the Uni
versity of New York. n,,rc
that Cod-liver Oil it the
bait fiit for th purpoie.
Scott's lSmuUion is cod
Hvcr oil partly dieted and
combined with Kypophos
pliites, it gives children
material for rich blood,
solid flsh, bono and teeth.
Every porson In Huloni Is cordlully
Invited to uttaud tlio freo lecture at
LoslleclniroliSoutb Salem on Wed-
uv.jr uuuillK ai 713 . Suh nnt lu
Tho Old Coon" or a horlosof sur
pruos in ouuciitlomil work, It is en
llrelyorlKlnal by Ucv. T. K. Hoyitl
and Is most lntoro.tlnj und in
atruollvo. There will nlso bo special
muslo by Prof . W. A. Glunnnd wife
uu uro iwui line musloluns nud tho
old oiyun bus txjoii dlsiMiiod of an j it
ood ono bwuroil. Ho 8Ure mn
.!, uuu uiiu un iinu spend u pious
ant.nud protluiblo uyeultiK'.
Olty Iollco Couit.
A man from Chwuawa, who has a
family, s4s bofon. lUionlur Judali for
louixlofttlon this uiorolnii. H0 was
wi floor n uuysin jan, Uut u,
MVuthowtyabourtl bill ud roturn
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- Albany, Oregon,
Oregon Short Liuc Railroad
The DlriMit Itoitte to
Montana, Ulan. Colorado
and all Easlern Points
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Canadian Pacific Railway GVs.( liraprcos
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Canadian Australian S. S. Co.
To Honolul'i, Fiji and Austwlla The
shortest route t the colonies.
nnI'n0,rtleS, ' ,,e5f "."V1 a.ny 'nfomiatlon call
on or address. C. AI. Lockwood, Acent.
Office Phone No, 40. 288 Commerc 1 ,
Residence Phone Mo. 4S. Salem, Ore
Acent, i,G l,lrd yj,1 vl
n- . . ., E J' COYLE,
Putrid Passenger ACent, Vancouver. II. r.
EAST AND SOUTH
rE SHASTA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific Co
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EXrRKSS TRAINS RUN DAILY
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Days to Denver
It Days to Clllcmm
I I Days to New York
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Where Do You Lunch
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wstauraiitbyj, u. llretl.
took at the Now Ygrk Hackot Toi I
of PohuylotTlIK N
"I have iwd Dr. Milti' Restorative
Nervine for nervousness brought on by
the use of tobacco and too close applica
tion t0 business. Itgive me prompt
relief without leaving any unpltwant
sUects. The mult was beneficial and
usUng. I heartily endorse It,
U sold bv all dri; u.u ...
C0Ul?hin( iniitr H.l la
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Stone's Dmg atoie.
The best cough cuie."
",r 'urther Information aimiv.m
"OISE A UAItKKR. Agent. sUm,.
. Ml Third St., I'orilaii.i or
A Few Interesting Facts
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ally want h.T" ." " .. "M!ure. h?y natur.
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,5f?Mm n,ral Lines are
ilnn r.. ii ' 1 ' ,-",""'u. ana an t
ons from Roseburg to Ashland, Inclusive
llman In. n.i .1. r . - ""?
s)ee..ln ": " l "'".. an.a second-class
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1?- Iain' dai'y cept Sunday.
il Allunv nn,l r-. iTT- -
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-ifffllfjW KXCKPT SUNDAY.
4.,50PM) Lv ...Pnrtl.nJ .. . . .
Oc?WentaTaued,i0n .at n
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EuSe$anAuiCkreipIEtern Po'nts and
LULU knd AUSTtt Afia31"' ,I0N0
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Salem. aMNER, Ticket Aonr
C. II. xraoLMi A. 9EnLER, Manacer.
Ll"""". u. t, &p, A, PoFtlanl
for Infanta and Children.
wi Kind You Have Always Bought
naidtosen ... '..:7.",rc""a "ne
I operated 1. ."""? M.or trains
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un Uivereinr; line ,. "ti w "cuen:
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: mm centuaV linbs
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f "yluitser info,mation
JAN C, POND,
General Pais. Agnt.
Of JAS. A. CIaDQK, M,lw". Wis.
6 Stark Street,
niuMtf DRT, CONN
Ol'lUU&oVl ME"1 ,hf l makM thB ON I.Y
or (Jranlle No m. and urpa&se Marble
T. E WAIT.1 Agent,
Hi Miux, St. and 130 State St.
1 Mw SALEM, ORE.
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