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A merciless cut in prices
A backward season, and consequently a more or less
sluggish business in spring and summer clothing ne
cessitates this move.
To clear, out every sprih;a.itK summer jsuii.'iitythe
netftflO'days and ' , ' " '.
Prices will do it.
These suits are all new goods and our spring sales
have taught us that they are good values at regular
prices, 6.50 $7 $7.50 $8 8.50 and $9 Suits.
. w. Johnson & 60..
257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL.
BY UOITIOR BROTH IE KO
SATURDAY, Jl'NK 10, 1809.
Daily, OnoVcnr $3.00, In Advance
Dally, Tom Month 91 00. U Advanoo,
Wuskly, Ouo Year 91.00, In Advance
The Portland organ of jilulwiwy i
nothing if not Kcntlomunly and high
tonwl. Itut itt limes iU volco ulnkn to
tho mediuvnl IiIkh of Inquisitorial Intol
erance. It calls ull who eritlcieo thu ad.
inlnlMtratloiiV wnr ilfcy"fOiierlnKn!ii.M
Hut in it not itnolf by ita own duflnition,
tliu most viuioiiH of all In Its attnaku
upon McKtnluy and Abjur? If C. K. H.
Wood Ih n 'ojiH)rh(tad wlmt Ih Mnrvoy
In a voiu of runt and original humor
ho uuvur infers to Tint Jouknai. hut m
"thu l'opulint paper at Hiilnm," and an
thin paper hint alwayn lxmi ltuuhlican
except when ItimtjlnllHiii hocamo the
paramount qiiuHllon, and it wax tho
patriotic duty of all IioiiuhI iiiuii to holp
mittlo that Ihhiio pqunrulyiiml houufitly,
ono way or tho "olhur," It would nvoiii
uh though Ilarvoy Bcott would not din
clone ho many hIkiih of punwirf if he
called thiiiKri by thulr right iiiiiuhh.
Fortunately wo have not thu IIhkjh1
tiou to call ugly million or ropi'iit nliiif
ilorotm tattle. If we had wo would auk
what right Iiiih a man who Ih reputed to
have left theVntit when the warhrokeout
and camo overland on a mule to avoid
tho draft to call a man who hit nerved
In tho United HtatoH army like Col.
Wood a copperhead? Or to uttlt a He
publican hlmetallHt u l'opullHt? It Ih
. only hiit love of minute and hlxhtoued
diHouHlou that InipullH him or preveutH
uh reeiting lien about an opiuent.
After writing an editorial of over a
column, nbout 6000 wordn, wnrdri, minis.
to refute our eontentloii, that owing to
thu limited Hupply thu gold etunilurd
produuon an uppreclathig dollar (whloh
la only itniHtonoinlo theory after all) and
Dooming tumble to answer our argument
he wIiuIh up in thin ntylu, utterly un
worthy of u nswapupar in a country
where lihurty of npeeeh uxImIh:
"Wo have not hero wlmply the eumi of
an ill-Informed, imixirfiHit ruammer,
who iiioaiih well but bus porhapH made
a little error in hia aaluulatloii. There
In aMOHAl. l'UlU'OSK bohlm! thwio
outrageous fiilHtihoodti. What dooa the
silver ranter aim at in bin ueettwithns
of robbery? lie alma aimply at
MISCIIIKF. lie want to make
toon UtHOouteuttMl. lie wanta to stir
them up with angry prototn AHAINBT
Till; i:IbTINH OK MM. He plans
that, having kkiii and rveogiiigcd their
deapoilera in the ei-edltor mid money
lendera of thu country, thoy will proceed
to take their voiigouucu on thuui. lie
thiuka totfl'llt 1'1'THOVIU.K, lu turn
iienco and contentment Into rage uud
Strife, TO AHOUBi: nil who owe debts
and are MMr into an omtlaught upon
competence, frugality and property.
Till fa the ohjeet, and thu only eftwt
of tho ijuotatlou with whlvh tliU ar
ticle Kg.n. Thu man who I'KKSISTB
Insofulno and iniaohlovoiu a course,
when facta are ho conclusive agulmtt
hint, no longer iluMtrviM, aa In bUIOUI.D
KO I.O.NUIJH UHUI.IV1. tha TOI.KIt-
in your cleaning. It will do our woik in half the time,
with half the labor, and at lull the cost of toap or any
? other etauuer. It will nuke your housework easy and
MMicyou many an hour of worry.
Fen-greatest ccpnosiy buy our large package.
TNe N. K. FAWiANK COMPANY
m im mw tww
ATIOX of thu intelligent and tho solf
rusiiectiug." Holy Hmokol Tiiat ought U silence a
mall. Col. Wood will now nevermore
quote tho fate of Anrient Greece and
Itome against modern impttrlaliMii.
Wo iiuiHt let go our taihhold of the gold
fltitndnnl bull and let our country go to
ruin. Our "moral purpose" Ih "mln
chief." We are Htlrring up HtrJfu
"against thu existing onler." Wo are
charged with sedition, with Hooking to
"arotiso" tlie debtor claw into an infur
iated mob who nhall witli torch and
sword flew and burn at tho stake all who
own bank stock, brink blocks, or an tin
mortgaged ox. How soon would tho
Itobospierro of the Plutocracy, If hu had
the owur, onler all sueh disputants be
hind bars and tlmn to thu headsman's
block and iwve the Itepoblto nil trouble
, from free diMstMstoft?
Itually, wueattnot Uk Mr. Sott ser
iously. Ilt-eat w Whl to a different
theory on tl pmt taomomrit iMMt(ou a .
11 tm nee from what k .mM. ami hu
don't agree with th Director of thu
.Mint or the I'nMtidoiit of hi own party,
he Holmnnly nxmiroif lil reudora wo are
no longer worthy, and "hIiouM no longer
receive toleration." Oh, rat, ituta and
Now after alt hu Iiiih wild, wo can and
dorenpeut the hoiumt, nlncere and iIIh
InteroHttxl advooatuof thu gold atiuiil
aril, if he Iki fewer many, even, If the
few or many, do not agree with uh.
We do not agree with Col. Wood in ojc
K)HlngexuuiNlon, Hut wu ImiIIdvo him
nlnoero, eourageoiiH and dtwervlug of
rt'Hpect ami admiration for bin fuarlenH
and manly course In warning uh of pen
Hlblu ilatigurn of expiuiHlon.
UriMit God I Ih iIiIh a fjee country or
la It not? May a human being not lift
IiIh voice for the right, iih he hcoh it, re
giinlliiHa of w ho may frown or dlwigrue?
Were AImj l.lhuolu'H iionln uieatiliigleHH
when he mild: "With malice toward
none, with charity for all, let uh wok
to do the right on God given u to co
the right" and to h II with Intoler
ance. L I
Thu Salem rnihool Iniurd, or Home
memburH, have hud a uoufuruucu thu pant
week with Hupt. Martiudalu of the Al
btiny whoola. An effort will be made
to revlne the coin-no of nludy for the
eiiHuing yMtr ho an to ahortun thu time
taken with hoiiiu of tho ulemuutary
hraiiulaai and orgiinixe uIiihxoh that
will otirry tho whool work IkmuI the
gradiM now taught. Thu pohool Inmrd
la acting wlnely lu eoiiferriug with prac
tical tnhiwUora from other town. Mr.
Martludule In an advanced hcIkm)! n,un
and while noma will nut upprovw of Ida
prormwlve idiHii, Salum can el more
out of bar publlo Htihoila by a judl
eloiiN re-arraugemuut of the iMiurao of
itudloa. It would whiiii na though eight
or nine yuara wan too long to apund on
inttre grammar gnida work, and yet it
umibliMthwavenigaohtId to hvoomo thor
ough in the iMinuuon braucluta. The
mot lixoollunt work of thu Salam m)1iihU
ha Ihmui dona In tha lowwr and Inter-
mmliutw gradea Ikmuhh) liighly tmiuul
L How much la your time worth? How much
uo uu aiuc your aircngiur u your money
worth saving c llioc quct!on will all be
antivcted to your cntlie atisf Action if you use
tcachorfl liavc lwcn employed and they
have had plenty of time t do the work.
Thu effort to make it appear that tho
preHontcity adminifltration in unfavor
able to the Kluctric I.lglit and Tower
Co. will not Hiiccccd, Tho city aimply
ban not f'000ayoar H burn for lights
and Ik not willing U plunge the city
farther in debt. The city fathera aru un
willing to go twyoiid their means for
lighting or any otlier purjwHe. Ho they
have aked for a variety of projiOHalH to
light the city, and in tho mean timo ask
the community to Miflpcml Judgment.
Alout two-thinlH of tho area of the city
haH no Hghtfl; tho business part of the
city is pretty well lighted by the lights
from business houses that burn all
night. It Isjjprobably better lighted
than it was under the old stylo street
lamps. A city as deeply in debt as Ma
lum is can afford to look about and go
slow about making any new contracts
that will mortgage tho future. With
abundant water jwwor going to waste it
would hu criminally wrong to put a
burden on futuro generations merely to
put on Htyle at present which wo cannot
An elalwrato program has Ihmjii ar
ranged for the dedication at Cincinnati
of the great International Kaengerfest
building, In which will ho held the con
teunlul meeting of the great organiza
tion thu latter part of this mouth. Thu
uxuruisos on Sunday will consist largely
of hoIo and chorus singing, and will
servo as a test of tho acoustic and other
quulilluatlons of tho big structure. Fully
10,000 visitors will be there from all
parts of this country and Canada, to
guthur with a large number of represen
tatives of leading musical organizations
liuffaio, N. V will bo invaded next
week by hundreds of fox-capped nobles
of tho Mystic Hhriue from every section
of the country, and the local Hhrlnors
are preparing elaborate entertainment
for tho visitors. Tho occasion will bo
the Until annual session )f the luiiorlul
Council ami the local icceptlou commit
tee expects an attendance of fully 2,000
delegates. The features of entertain
ment which will be sandwiched be
tween the sessions of the Imperial
Council, and the competitive drills in
clude a trip to iS'iiigaru Falls, 1 recep
tion and ball, taku ami river excursions
carriage rides for visiting ladies, an en
tertaimiieut by the lIufTalo Yacht Club
and numerous theater parties.
Oxford, Ohio, is preparing to enter
tain uuiuorous men of note, who will
uomo thuru next week to take part in
the seventy-llfth anniversary of Miami
University. The celebration will be In
augurated tomorrow with appropriate
religious exercises and will continue all
week. The principal features of tho cel
ebration, however, will bo the diamond
Jubllco uxerclsoH on Tuelay and Wed
uohduy, thu Huuii.cuiituuuia! celebration
of the 1'hl Delta Theta fraternity, which
was founded at Miami University, Do
iwinbcr III, lKlrt. Ikitli events will at
tract men of note from far and near, for
among thu alumni of tho university are
nion of national fume, while thu mem
Imrshlp roll of tho Phi Delta Theatre fra
turnltycontaiiiH an equally notable IM
of famous imnuvs.
No publlo olllnial Salum has ever had
luia given more faithful service or real
anbutantlulsatlnfaotlon than the present
city recorder. He is a courteous, obllg
Ing.'guntlemanly olhVhil who U serving
all the HHplo in an Intelligent and
palnntukliiL' maiiuer. lltwldiiH hu Id n..t
ualug his ottlco to bunion the (H-upln.
Hu is not making up case against the
city and county for the (uus to Ik. ex
traoted. He ia saving Uith tho city and
county thouaamla of dollars. Ha U
nolthar a ring iHtllttetan nur a ilamagog.
Mr. Judah is no fixil, if lie did work on
tho ring urguu for six year. Hu
wtirk&l for wagua, uud w Idle olHslieneo
la IngruiiiiHl in his naturw frm long
wrvlw ill tho iuivv. li.i k.n.t l.l.tw.,11
uiupottod (rum tha miru of corrupt us-
MVditttleii uml ooihIuoUhI IiIiukiU uh 11
Riitkwuuu It wu . MW whurv ,tin j
rnmtU- jmrt ovon timlvr tinfiivimiblo
tirnMiudltujn won him ondurliiK frioiultf
In ull jmrtli. If .Mr. Jtuluh ,H,tinuw
t krvw frtltlifully in tho tlU-o h
him Ikhi ontriwlrtl witlt u- (ho jh-oHo.
.and ho bun MKin onmij-h of It to
U'limatod by ivt rlubt itnufiitbui
suffer fru ollUbl nlargmnt f tlitj
NH0ll.).tll Wmrt thbi ty ami
county nmy !wt lar Imm uml
WlKiiwlbllUUw itt k..iv f,.r null a faith .
Services at 10:30 a. m, and 8 p. m.
Rev. W. E. Copcland, pastor. 8ubject
of eermon on Sunday morning "Tolera
tion." 8ubect of evening lecture "Sun
day Excursions in the Light of Common
Itev. W. C. Kantner jmstor. Tomor
row will be observed as Children's Day
at the Congregational church and the
church will bo decorated accordingly.
At 10:30 a. m. there will be a sermon
suited to tho day. Sunday School at
Vi m. l lie Sunday sciiool will render a
program at 7 i. m. to which all are in
vited. CE.VTRAI. CO.VOUKOATIO.VAL.
Corner Nineteenth and Ferry streets,
T. H. Henderson, pastor. Tomorrow
will Is children's day all through. Sun
day school at 10 a. in. At 11a. in. the
pastor will preach on "Child Influence,"
The evening service, beginning nt 8
o'clock will bo a children's servicu,
songs, recitations and the like.
VKITRI) JIUKTIIIIK.V. "
Hev. V. II. Williams, pastor. Sunday
tendoiit. Preaching 1 1 a. in. by Hev. O.
II. Kyle. Y. P. C. A. 7 p. in. led bv
llort Stanton. Preacliini! 8 t. m. bv Rev.
HAI.KM CltnitCII Of CIIKIST, HCIKNTIST.
At 2JKI Lllxitty street. Services at
10:30 a. in. Ix;hoii Isormon. Subject,
"Sacrament." Evening service at 8 p.
m. Wednesday evening meeting at 3
Ronald MeKillop, pastor. Memorial
service at 10:30 a. m. Echoes from tho
"May anniversaries" of the ILmtlat
denomination held at San Francisco
at 8 p. m. Sunday school at 12 m.
Young People's meeting at 7 p. in.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at 8 p. m.
ST. I'AUls KflHCOI'AI..
Second Sunday after Trinity, 7:30 a.
in. Holy Communion. 10 a.m. Sunday
school. 11 a.m. the Ajiostolic rito of
Confirmation will bo administered by
thu Right Reverend the llishop of Ore
gon, I). D. 8 p. m. Evensong and ser
mon, inconsequence of the liishop's
visitation, the second sermon in tho
course on "Christian Scienco" will be
Hstioied till next Sunday. W. II. Mug
IIIHST l!NITi:i KVA.NMKI.ICAI..
On Cottage Street near Center, Rev.
II. L. Pratt, pastor. Rev. S. K. Latiucr
the assistant pastor will preach Iwth
morning and evening. Sundav school
at 12 m. Society of Christian Endeavor
meets at p. in.
v. m. c. A.
All men have a cordial invitation to
come to the Young Mcii'h Christian As
sociation at I p. in. Sunday. After the
song service there will bo a short address
by Uev. A. C. .Myers of the Seventeenth
Street Evangelical church.
Poiiri.ANit June . Wlieat lOvulley
nt): Walla Walla, 58c. '
Flour Portland, $2.80; SuiKirtlno
I2.1R per hhl.
Oats White 150 10c.
Hay 8$nor ton.
Hops 11013c; old crop lie.
WiMil Valley. ll(3;12c: Eastern Or
egon, llfiTlt). Mohair, 27 0 30.
Mlllstuff Rran, f 17; shorts, (IH.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $ 1.5005 50
turkeys,, live, 13013,'ic
Eggs Oregon, 15 er do..
Hides Green, salted 00 Uw, 800c. under
IM) lbs, 7Ji$t8 ; nheep pelts, 15020c.
Onions 50e(Vr 76 ier sack.
Mutter Rest dafry,17$02Oc; fancy
creamery. 10c ner mil.
Potatoes 1 1.50 1 1. 75 iercwt.
Hogs Heavy dressed 50(1
Mutton Weathers -ljue; dresKMl, 801)
Ik-ef Steers. MH)0f 1.50; cows, $3.00
Veal ilressed, (108c.
Aool 16 y.
Hay Ruled, cheat, $7.00
I-lour In wholesulu lots 2.tV) retail
MUlHtuff bran f ltl.00
Hogs dressed, ftWc.
Live cattle 2U'Hinc.
Dressed Veal 0c.
Ilntter Dairy 10c crisuuery 20o.
Wool Rest lOo. Mohair 2Cc.
Poultry SnrliiL' iiIiIiiL-iiiim i'L...r.M r...
Hens 8 tot) cents. '
The Modern Ueauty
UirivuH on gool fmsl and sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in the oihiii air.
Her form glows with health ami her face
oiooms wiiu us beautv. If her system
nccda the cleansing action of a laxativu
reiuiKly, nhe uses thu gentle and pleas
antSvrupofFigH iniule by the Calif
ornia Mg Syrup Co. only.
Mrs. Magna!, of Whoatlund was a
IWHacnguronthoHoag test evening to
visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Parker.
lead pulla In vatu when
fa back lu the breeching.
t ! Milt tl kvaa l.
.m v. -y'T ' v me orccctiiuir.
a man a uouy ia it Boou Oeal like a team of
horaea. and tuutt work hrmoniouly The
head may want to work, and ttrtvc ever m
bard to work but If the body i balky and
aick the head will make no mogrra.
The man who la out f condition physical
ly may aa well dive up trying to work mcn.
tally. He will not b abU to do food wotk
or Mtlafactury wwk, and (u tbc endeavor to
do ao will only do bimaclf further bartu.
Tue icaon that men have tiervou r,i....
,.u.i mi v'uawauou lamai tbty try towoik
Ci..bfin rhcn ,he Uk1? kr The
tight thing for a man to do when he fiuda
1 . ut 0,u 'hyicy it to give the
mind Utile real, and promptly rm to
the tltfhl remedy for hia phTalcal atlruiit.
, . - i 1 --"- 1 wWa U4a)U
"r ' A,0'" iledlcat Discovery la
ne ocatoi all mcaiclnea for a UUy bojr
'h u,e , a ? he appetite Ia poor!
",e tlcep i rratteu, the uetvea aie alukv
ml bolt body andbram auffer froiu di .
$& XSt'lit!ti2lZil ."SSf&t?
S!!l!?I..l" t$Z?V, .,h M"i
liYr1 Iu"ltud woutUh. the Wooa'
bulideV 1? uih, Zo( Se"e ZlVnd
reatoratly, It uakea both body and brain
, Miv iltdiclne dealeia have
u"wv fw 1 wlvVif iku"ifui
Vorwailip,.!,, .,d ludiseattea, Dr.
c Bly but utcy, and etfcct W,W
ami U fc!:t,i,J'",, M wa,,riie5
to luit Va. . I look twlv bdillm at n isun
i "1 sUlHVlshl nwm w. Uik - ..1 a .
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Summer term ojens July 5, 1899.
Tuition per month :
Normul and II IkIi school. . .ft 00
Common and Higher Grades . 3 00
IJelow 7th Grade 2 60
A. J. Oakland, M. A.
0 7 lm Principal.
All icople are hereby notified that a
tax on Ihir-orn of 25c for retempering
is now on ami can lie paid at the shop
of Fim II. White uud Co. at High
street, opposite the Court House.
Screen Ooors and Windows,
Hcreer. cloth etc.. Poultry
and l.uwn fencing of a'll
kinds and fihlngles.
SALKM KENOE WORKS,
Waltbr Moni.rv. Prop,
M-I5 9 Hinto 8treot
Steam Dye Works.
No. 19,") Commercial ttrcel,
opposite Willamette hotel.
Ladles' and gentlemen's
clothing cleaned, dyed, re
paired and pressed. Fine
blankets cleaned or dyed
ind nicely finished. Kid
gloves cleaned, 10c: dyed
You All Need Them.
No matter what your occupation,
can't exiH-'ct to succeed unless von
vide yourself with a good stock of gro-
5-3t cod Brandon A R.wian.
BeftMthe lln Kind Yoa Haw Always BougM
Scroftibi, salt rheum ntid all discuses
caused by impure blood arc cured by
Hood's Sursuparlllu, which Is Ainer
leu's Greatest Medicine.
IIkkciiam's Pn.i.8 for .Stomach ami
Bun tb Ih KmJ Yw Have Always Bougfi'
To euro plies, DeWltt's Witch Haze
Salvo BTKIICKS AT THK KOOT It re-
inoves thu CAt'flK, quickly and per
uiancntly. Stone Drugstores.
Will be heard at Salem next Sunday
on the occasion of thu Conductors' Ex
cursion. Brown's concert orelieHtra
will lie in the grand stand at tho Fair
Grounds and bands from Eugene, Al
bany, Independence and Portland have
neon engaged. 0 tf
Don't forget that the Conductors' An
nual Excursion conies to Salem next
Sunday. Crowds will bo here from all
over thu Willamette valley, and in oiiit
ohiuinlKirs it will hu tho greatest day of
the vear. tf
(!1 (1(1 BEST OREGON WRRKLY Kill
nji.vv .: p.uu
The Model Oregon Newspuper and Family Journal.
UnltlnK News, Fiction, Literary, Ranch aim Dairy
and Market News In attractive readable form.
I issued Thurstlay.mornliiK'.ln lime to reaul; all m.t
nf tho stato the same week.
!k SLOO Weokly...
In two partaanntaliia all Ituportaiii Porln, Nntlanal
An IndeiHjndent Asyjlntetl
pU. Semi ror;aiuplaa five.
-1 ' bliUaUififulljit
iu.5!juaiaiu traoiau, aj wj ai Udepent
imh mt nd fjaaaUe ctaaieot on sll jwWla sjait,
A LIPE SAYED.
, Dr. J.F, Cook, :the Botanical Spocl
allst, Succeeds Where Othor9
! To whom it may concern :
I This is to certify that Bertha P. Con-
ner, of Mt .Angel precinct, Marlon conn-
l ty, Oregon, has suffered from a cancer-
! ous growth in the leftcar for about three
1 vears. The growth was cutout twico and
burned out once by Albany Physicians.
but the growth came back as bad
1 as ever, and pained her so badly that
the had to be taken from school. After
flin-n week's' treatment bv Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, the Botanical
Specialist, the growth entirely disap
peared, and at this ,"date,'.four months
since treatment was legun, the growtli
lias not reapiwared, and tho ear has en
tirely healed leaving only tho scars in
flicted by the Albany doctors.
I hereby certify that the alwvu state
ment is absolutely true, and that Ber
tha P Conner, tho tporson mentioned
in tho affidavit, lias resided in my fam
ily since early childhood, bearing the re
lationship to me of niece.
H. C. Lo.no.
Subcrilel and sworn to before me
this eighth day of June, 1899. W. W.
Hall, county clerk of Marion county,
S, C, STONE, M. D,
Stone's Drue: Stores
The mores (two In number) nro located a
No. Ztt and 333 Commercial Mrect, and arc
well stocked with a complete line of drugs And
medlcinca, toilet article, porfutnory, brushes
etc., etc., etc.
Ilaxlind ome 25 jrcari experience In tho prac
tice of medicine mid now makes no clitrgo for
consultation, examination or prescription.
Wc will shoe your horec, build or
repair your wagon or Implements
Being located to stay our patrons
imvcu guarantee inut nur work win
be satisfactory. Shop lOOChemckutu
street. Telenliutie'.2.o.j. 4-1 tf
Tho Intor-Stnto Unlvorslty Syatom
H. II. BCOTT. I). .M. MIKtSlIIKNT
A National Co-operative Institution whloh la
Ix-Klnnlns t niimtwr Hit faculty by hundmlii
and ItH pnplln by lliousundi, Krabmclnc mor
lliun twenty utateH.
Kor the benefit of
1'uplU of Private Tea-hfr
KKIIITII NRIIOI.ANTIO HK.AH.
lerlifiratiH Krantel from a remiiarly chftr
Kxplaiiatlon of the nyHem lu detail
In trts rolumnit
Waloli for It.
and MemUr of the Faculty
Hindoo utrrKIrM Natlnnal Hank UhV,,
Onu or two plnera oen for advanced plje' lu
1 here is only one place
in town to get a
If you are a stranger, ask
your neighbor, he will tell
iou to goto W.W.JOHNS
jus Ulk of the Red Fient
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You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
Ith one exception the through
trains of the Burllogton Route
are almost Inyarmbly well-UHed.
The exception Is our St. Paul
Chicago Limited. On tho limited
there Is usually room and to
Don't Infer that it Is neither
so lino, nor so fast, as ANY train
of ANY other line between St.
Paul and Chicago. On the cou
trary, there Is no more beuutlful
train in America. It has electric
light, steam heat, wide vestibules,
the most satisfactory dining-car
service on the continent uud a
lower berth for everybody,
Oen'l Agent, Portland, Or
A Few Interesting Facts
When people are contemplrting a trip
whether on business or pleasure, they natur
ally want the best service obtainable so far
as speed, comfort and safety Is concerned
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Lines are
paid to serve the public and our trains are
operated so as to make clo'c connections
with diverging line at nil junction points.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair cars
on through train.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this first-clus service,
ask the deket agent to sell you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES
rind you will mike' dirert connections at
St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and all
For any lurther infoimition call on any
ticket audit or correspond with
General Pass, Acnt.
or JAS. A. CLOCK,
246 Stark htreet,
Oflers travelets choice
of the following
famous for their
routes east. They are all famous
O. K. it N. via Ocden and Denver
Shasta Keute via Macramcnto, Ogden and
Shasta Kou'e via Sacramento, Maj ie
A dally line of ihrouph PULLMAN
PALACE and TOUKlSTfcLIiEI'EUt-, San
Francisco and Los Angeles to Chlcag this is
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East.
Apply to the accnts of the O. It' & N.. O
S, I... ikuthern Pacific, or 'lis undersicned.
for (older and descriptive literature.
J. J. DE EREUX.
(ien'J Agt Worcester. IIM Portland.
The Geo, M, Bcclcr
Alwuysto the front with best
rutes and policies in the leading
Do you want wonc, 01 need help
of any kind? Apply at once.
Property to icnt. Krister
288 COMMKHOIAI. STItKBT, S.LBM.
Kurtz & Hamilton
US COURT STREET.
u .L-rf?0' "" Galvanized Iron
!tk Ty1 ami Buiierlnir, u lu
1 ne nf Pumps nod pump flulnS
Prompt work and roninnnf.i.. ;v.'?.r
We carry in -.took the Fair! intra '-Jil ,t'' has, been equipped vrllh flrat-
lnd mill, call and see us fifor?55.",,0 ' ln0,u5fi,K eIp1""
iNVluir your wrder for mill or tank. ' u'Mrpet 'or carrying both freight and
PKOMPT WORK AKD LOW PRICES
km TDHMT I llirm !
,u-u:1 UVLilY I
Flrst.Class F 7j n j- '
rtrstiass heed and Boardtng
IM COMMBKOIAU isTHKWT.
Wm ULLREY, Prop.
Best Rigs for Commercial Men
SuU. ai MB j,,; ilaM wuwartu,.
laltjr. IlorMiabodnlttd bv rf,. ..v.T.
-"wo. iHiuinr uririuif a stio.t.
SOUTH AND EAST
TF. ShHSTA RO'JTE
Southern Pacific Co.
KXTRIUS TRAINS RUN DAIIY
7100 P M )
7-'45 A M )
. .Ar 18:00 a m
Ar J5.15 am
o.Lv ( 7.-oo p m
Ar. San Francisco
5'ooPM Ar Ogden ... .Ar ' ntor m
6:05 PM Ar Denver. , Lv 645 pxt
6.43 AM Ar . . . . Omaha . . . . Ar 8 50 a m
8-15 PM Ar .... Chicago ...,Ly 6,30 PM
7.00 AM Ar. ,.Lo Angeles... Ar 925PM
815 pm Ar ... El Paso.... At 235PM
4,15 PM Ar.... Fort Worth. ,.,Ar 8 40 a m
7.55 A m Ar...Ncw Orleans. ..Ar 8 40 pm
Pullman hrst-clats and tourist idecping cars
attached to all through train , Touiist cats
through to Chicago without change.
RQSKBURO MAIL. .DAILY.
830 AM) Lv. . . l"ortland ,', Ar 1 430 p t
1055 A MLv,... Salem.... Lv 1 50.T M
520 p M 1 Ar ... Roseburg.. Lv (7,'3o a m
BKTWKKN PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS.
Mail tialnsjlaily except Sunday.
730A M rLx". . .Vl'ort tanci". ." Ar 5 .-50 P m
1 1 .-'5 s pm) Ar. . ..CotvallU.. Lvf iaopw
At" Albany and Corvallls coiii ect wit
rains of the C, & E. Ry.
KXPRRSfl TRAIN DAILY CXCBPT SUNDAY.'
.SO P M )
IO P M )
.. Portland.... Ar
.. McMinnville Lv
I 825 A M
S-'S A M
I 4.'50 A M
Direct connections at ban rancisco with
steairship lines f HAWAII, IAPAN,
CHINA. 'IHEPHILLIPINES and AUS.
For through tickets and rates call o W.
W. SKINNER, Depot Agent, or 0- D.
GADRlbLbON City Ticket Agent, 232 Com
rr.ercial M. Salem Or.
R. KOEULEK, Managei
MARKHAM G. F. &P. A. Ponlani
Fast .Halt Lnlco, Denver Ft. Worth
Mntl Omaha, Kantaa City, 8t 6:13 pm
8 p. lii,l Loula,t'hlcai0and Euat, I
Walla Walla. Hookano. Mlnne
uH)lla, tit. I'aul, Dulutk, Ull-
wiinxce vnicaffo aim oust.
8 p m. Kor i-'nn FratirUoo,
I Mall every tlvo daya.
4 p. U
bo. m.l COLUMHIA IlIVKH
ex. Hun BTKAMEltd, 4 p. m.
Uatur- To Attorla and way Lunilliigi, ox Hun.
10 p. m.
Halem WII.LAMKTTK KIVEIl I lem
7,14 am I'ortlNlid, NvwU'ri; and wuyO p. 111.
(tua ijuiuinfc-i. . .noiw
11 11 (I Hat,
M011 I For Dayton
Uaje I WIMMKTrK ltIVF.ll lem
Halem Corviillla Alliny and Way 10a. m.
Tu Tim 1'ullitn. Mon
Hut I I Ve
3 p. in an,j r,i
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION
Daily tiotts to Portland as above.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg Old
if the steamer are delayed there oand
trip tickets to alpointiin Oregon. Washing,
ton, or Californl a. Connectioa made at Port
land with all rail, ocean anrlnver Hum
W. II. HUKLHUKT.
Gen'l Pas. ARt. Portland, O
G. M. POWERS. Agent, Twde street dock
HOISE & BARKER,
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
Connectlnir at YAQUINA with thu
YAQUINA HAY STBAMSIIIP COMPANY
KlmtKiliu: In every re ect. The above
kliamer la due to tall from Yaiiulna
eiery elL'ht davc
Slinrtrst Uonte iietwceu
Between Valley Points and San Francisco
Fare: Albany aud l'oluts West to San Francisco
Kounu Trip : J7,oo
II. U WAI.DKN,
T K. A A.
J.TURNER Ascent. Albany, Oru.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION
STEAMFR WM M HfiAn
Captain Geo, Raabe.
..oPUp,i!,'Kn.K.a,it,an'Sfa "'' CrvMl"'
POWS-TueaiUya, Thursdays and Sundays.
Leaven Corvallls. 6 .
Leaves Albany ""ITU 7 a' S.
.-Z. i..r" ' 5"" -.... .. 8 a. w
leaves Salem .UZ7?Z.
.. V a. m-
.10 a. m
K:." V.ePrK W:M
.uu roruanu.. ..., 4:30
UP Mondays, Wednittday and Fridays.
Leaves I'ortlaud 6 .. ra
atM .ewoerir.. ioai m
Leaves IiideHjndence. .,
Umv lluena VUta
Iav Albany ,.
S:00 p. iu
7;SO p. m
Wi p. m
11 :w p. in
Doekr-Footof Slate street,
Q. MAERTZ. Apent.
Oregon Slion Lino Railroad
Tbe Direct Rome to
Montana, Dtah, Colorado
aD(J a" EasterD Points
oiw. hoiN or u ute rw)Ul vU Uf
Lotik at the time
H D.iVH tnKfllf. T -lira
i Days to Denver
i Days to Chicago
l Daya to New York
iftci!!fSte,.,',.IcJ!f , Upholstered Tmi
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atwpew oinitd on n irin
Fw funkr tnlomatloa applyoo
HOWE A BARKER. AjwU.SaWm
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