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AT LESS THAN
A Murk rape-.coat, extra stood length a good sorvlcable' coat," ami 2,15
An all-wool Trk-ot, double breasted, lwx coats with velvet collar, or $385
eajw coat, regular 5,60 value?
few bIics left In fan, brown and checked, double brenrted box coat. velvet
collar and extra Iet.gth'jcoab-, are bargains at $7.60 au.l f 8, our reg- CC J
utar jirleeii for Uiem i now going at "
6. W. Jotinson & 6o.
257 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
THE DalLI JOURNAL
BY HOfHR BKOTHBJKS
WFDNK8DAY, I)KO. 0, 1809.
DlljT, OneTer 8J3.O0.la Advano
Dally, roui Montita 91.00, Uf Hdvwioe
Wldy. One Yar 91.00, to France
Will Kngland havo to be whipped a
second tlmeleforo bu let go of Pouth
If tho city of Portland would printer
let It learn the Salem way of doing
The trust has railed tho price of4plug
tobacco ten per cent. IJwira of tho weed
and retailer will chew that jirnpoiltloii
With wheal forty, potatoes twenty
and hop next to nothing, let u help
those wo" can, Organixatlon alone run
Salem Oily lteeordor JihIhIi'h monthly
rojmrl for Nuveinbor nhowe: NO criminal
caw with coU at the expense of .Mar
To the credit ol the Republicans It
nhotild lw Huht they took no olllnlnl
uctton lo Interfere In the city election
after withdrawing their ticket.
Mckinley assure onu of tho .Meth
odiitt Hlshops that on tho wlno question
ho Id a strict MothodUt. Qullo nnnoo
nary i they'd all voto for you anyhow.
Hy virtue of Its excellent Associated
Pre report Tiik Jot'inutTuosday evo
nlng printed the Prexldont's nieaNigo
that was senl to eongrcf Tnomlay after
Albany Demecrat: Tho Salem Jour
nal refer to it coming Christmas num
ber a "The Kud of tho Century
Christina Journal." Correct you are,
Tho ieople of Kiigenu are to havo it
training cla jn gclentlllo Cookery. The
people np that way woujd ) thankful
probably to bo Instructed In the telenet
of getting something to cook.
J, J.Whitney, the. veteran Demo
cratic legislator of Mini county, was
made nn uldermau of Albany, Monday.
If he doe u well for tho elty nn he did ,
for the eouuly, no one can ooniplalu.
Jiidgo WatsOn received a liandsomo
voto for mayor of Albany. Now, the
qucHtton arises, Is Dr. Davis, the Uo
publican inoyor, a push politician? Mo
will have tobeiftho jiush nominated
and elected him.
Tin: Jotmvjti. alonunt Salem gavo lis
roaders a full, fair and complete synopuls
of tho President's message. It covered
tho greater part of three pages, but It
was an important document lii national
history, and one of tho most readable
state papers ever rittcn.
One consolation for getting old Is tho
fact that after a certain aire one never
has the appendicitis. The appendix
iH'glns shriveling up before forty years
of ago and gradually clows. Albany
Democrat. According to this theory,
our Heavenly Father is very kind to
people after they reach a certain age.
Kx-8pcaker Heed's reference to tho
voto In Ohio, in a speech mado at the
annual banquet of tlio New York chum
ber of commerce, ha been much talked
ubout In Washington, and I calculated
to make those Republicans who havo
iMioti disponed to regard .Mr. McKinley'a
re-olectloii ns a matter of course do
some hard thinking. Mr. Kccd said:
"The Republican candidate has but ,-
000 plurality (McKInley's majority In
the slate in 'IM was 10,000) v. Idle u third
candidate had 100.000 vote. In tho
old days when a majority over all was
required, there would have been no elet'
To Curo n Cold In Ono Day
Tk Uiatle llrtimu lulii n TVIilota All
ilriiKiil.tii ipIiioiI lli tnoiii-y till fIU i cute
l . Umvaaalgualtiritlaoiitacii Ijii. '.
becomes poison In it few hours and Is
responsible for constipation, Indiges
tion, dyspepsia, languor, nervuunow
and ull liver and kidney Ills. Whew
there Is one or nil of thes ailment
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters should be
taken at once. It prevents us well as
cures nil stomach Ills, and Is a specific
fur tunlariu und fever nnd hruc, When
you get It sec that a Private ItEVB
nuk Stamp covers the neck of the hot-
Just as eood Stomach
American devotes two
Africa in the Dec. 2
u immmmm nwrin trnnn nnrflinflrirTit
I! AROUND THE EVENING
E Newral Hooka and Magazine.
tragus to South
Tlio latest of the Ilcaeon lllographiea
of Small, Maynard At Co., Boston is
Aaron Hurr, by Henry Child Merwjn.
At 75 cents per volume this series aims
lo supply it compilation by an eminent
authority of all tho important Informa
tion about tho most noted Americans.
There Is n datod calender of events of
the person's life, ns well ns a complete
bibliography. Send for thelrprospcctu.
Tho Bulletins of tho American Acad
emy of Political and Socia 1 Science
can bo had by thoso interested by ad
dressing at Station II. Philadelphia,
A Leading article of Ilnrtwr's Weekly
for Dec. 2 Is "Prosperity." The Weekly
illustrations and content takes the side
of Kngland hi South Africa.
Lifo for Nov. 30 Is full of cute thing
in print and pictures. Its editorials are
ano and sensible but never irritating
or exasperating. It takes up tho uinus
lug side of iioii-eaiwiitials. On essential
mattor it takes the clean and Just side.
Life Is tho ono New York illustrated
weekly humorous paper that is nover
coarse and always Witty. Call for it at
the news stands and ono trial will eon
vinco you that It Is what you have
Ionized for all your lifo ami will never
"Captain Chap" is a healthful book
by Frank Stockton, a princo of writers
for young folks. This story contain
tho adventures of several boyB on land
and water, under tho care of an ikiHjr
lonced mature person who knows every
thing frombears to alligator. While there
is considerable excitement and spirit to
tho book It is only of that kind which
naturally How from Stockton's vivid
imagination, Price l, Lippiucott At
The Christmas Hookinnn is a is its
custom tho most mouth-watering morsel
that will tempt the mind, eye, heart,
brnln and soul of look lovers. Jaunico
Meredith which has appeared In thla
monthly exclusively as a serial near
conclusion. The twenty-four depart
ments completely .cover the Hold of
literary culture not only of all the great
couutrtoH hut also of the great modern
tlncd to becomo a great man, and In cer
tain acts tho reader I given a stimulat
ing hint of this.
One On the Scotch.
A. S. Dames At Co., Now York, will Is
sue at once a new biography of Scott en
titled "Sir Walter Scott," by James
Hay, author of "Johnsen: Ills Char
acteristics and Aphorisms," and "Swift!
tho Mystery of His Life and Love."
Mr. Hay is an Englishman who endeav
ors to skotch Scott intellectually and
socially, avoiding extremes of Judgment
and interpretation. It is not a life of
Scott in tlio ordinary acceptance "of tho
term, but rather an nulobhgraphy. with
portrayals of character and career con
tributed by those who lived in social
nearness to him, such as Lockhart and
Skene, Constable and the brilliant
young Laidlaw, tho Kttrlck minstrel,
and others. An excellent portrait of
Scott embellishes the volume.
Tho style of the writer is such as to
hold tho Interest of tlio reader through
out, and the hook should be received as
an Important and desirable addition to
our knowledge of ono who for a genera
tion was the enchanter of Kurope.U vol.,
12 mo., 1112 pp., cloth, gill top, price
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Is Still In the
lend, The people hcciii lo Ilka this
old reliable cough medicine, und wc
.Ion t bliiuo them; It Is the best rem
cdy for udeep keuted uough or cold,
und will cITcct n cure In one day.
Mrs. It. Churchill, Berlin, Vt says,
'"Onr buoy was rovcred with riintiluu
sores. DeWllt'ri Witch llnzel Salve
cured her," Ilcwaro of worthier
counterfeits. Stores Drugstores.
The Une County Mitchell Push pa
U'iKiuyoToN. D. 0.. Dec
linn, llliiifur Hermann nledued
hearty tuiiort to the re-election of Sen-
Now that polities is eliminated from
our city government there I no good or
ilelrable thing tq hi uccouipllHhediJImt
with properjnianiiagoment it may havo
the support of the entire buslues coin
Htttu'tthU city had quite enough of
boy managers? Can't the Itcpuhllcan
committee Jump up a olty manager of
larger political caliber than Jlmmlo
Culver or Dannie Tarpy?
Thk Jouhsai U an independent jKiptr
hut It had enough regard and reopect I
ktr the President of onr country to give:
could read hi
MAtllON COUNTY MATTEHB
Buiiness Ucmc Transacted at the Couit
MIhh Jeanctto Booth ha been ap
lioiutod administrator of the estate of
John C. Booth, which Is valued at f 10,
000. Thl action I the result of further
consideration on tho part of Judge Ter
rell, who on the showing made hy Mint
Booth' attorney, cancelled hi tlrst ap
pointment und made uii order upoint
lug Ml Booth. K. M. IJtFntv, Claud
(iateh and C. P. Bishop have been ap
oliited appraiser of the estate.
W. T. Slater ha been apjiolnted ad
ministrator do IkhiW nou of tlio estate of
Blliahoth Coyle, doccaed, In place of
llev.J. S. White, deceased.
!.ar O. Opotad, A. O. Lludllot and 0.
M. Opsund, appraiser of the estate of
Umul O, Storaasll, deceased, have tiled
their report, thowing real and pemoiml
property valued til $!f,4Bi.6.V
A. F. MuClalue, executor of the estate
of F. McClaluu, deceased, has been
ordered to my the legacies under the
T. A. I.ivenley V Co., havo commenced
suit against T. L. and T. S. Ooldcu for
f.1l 60, alleged to le Itulsuco duo on
money udvauced to harvent defendant
crop of hop. Attachment wit lutaetl
and seisura made of twunty-sU bale of
hop stonnl in thu Southern Pacitle
warehouse hi this elty, and owned by
In Department No. 1, of the circuit
court Mrs. M.O. Smith, administratrix
of the eUto of W, M. Smith, deceased,
has tlletl a suit against James and A. K.
ltusull for $110.28, and Interest at tho
rate of H er cent. wr annum from De
cember 1, 1K07, mid fur tF altoiuoy'
the amount duo on a note. Boiiham v
Martin are attorney fur tho plaintiff.
A foreelosuio sale was held Monday of
the real property involved hi the suit of.
Mary Mothoru vs. Mattio A. ParrUh
Urekr all they could read hi oiiu.yhe prowrty wa bid in by phtluthf for
lMf of tHo most Important hUtorical (uX). the amount luvolvtsl in tho null
feof tho year. , mg fl55.
Ytmtm Motor ggcpswnan !;
Gail Borden $
KDKN8E ) Mil K Ur iurlne; ImUm. iu wu
( coukfc. J s U woa h I wt loi forty
F. Ojqter, tho artist whoso drawings
tiro so well known in tho comic pipers,
has put a lot of tun into thu 250 illustra
tions with which ho has adorned u tine
new edition of Mother (loose's Nursery
llhymes. The versatility lie lias shown
is something wonderful, and It must 1m
a child very hard to pleuse who Is not
amused hy the artist's effort to bring
out tho humor in these familiar Jungle.
The book is handsomely printed and
bound. ( Philadelphia : J. II. Lippiucott
Company; price ;U,76.)
Among tho reallstle temI-hlstorlc.il
novel of the day few will uppe.il to
thu youth of the laud with the intense
lutiirust of "The 1Mt Hold of the Mont
ovinias," by W. O. Stoddard. Tho
book deeds with the pioneer day in
Texas, and among Its characters figure
such staunch men as Sam Houston,
Davy Crockett, Col. Bowie, and other
noted frontiersmen who mado history
iu their day, Tho story Involves tho
hidden treasures beyond thu lllo Grande
which 11 rod the brain of many a hen) In
early days. Price fl.00. Lipplneolt A
Monday was the 10th wedding nnir
vcrsary of Mr. and .Mrs. L. Klbclcnid
about 23 of thoir friends gathered nt
tholr homo on Front street und Joined
thou) iu celebrating. Tlio evening wns
spent in cardi and other social enter
tainment. Beautiful prizes were given
thoio who competod in the games, aflor
which a delicious refreshment voason
was indulged in which satisfied the
most fastidious guet. Mr. and Mrs.
Kibele are exquisite entertainers. Thu
party will long be remembered by thoso
present hy tho pleasant impression left
on all. At n Into hour nil wished thu
happy couple that thuy might celebrate
their diamond wedding and before do
parting loft their little token of remem
brance In the nli:iHt of a gift of Mime
Catarrh U one of the most obstinate
diseases, nnd henne tho most didicult
to get rid of.
Thero is but ono way to curo It.
Tho disease Is In the blood, and all the
mrays, washes nnd inhaling mixtures
in tho world can havo no permanent
"fleet whatever upon It. Swift's Bjie
ilflceures Catarrh permanently, forltis
tho only remedy which can reach tho
llscsse and force It from tho blood.
Mr B. P. McAllister, of Harrodsburg,
Ky had Catarrh for years. He writes:
"I roiilit ie nu Improvement whatever,
hougn I wm conimmr irrmrn wuii inrnyi
,m ind wsrIu-. tnil diner-
rrit InhMInx remedies
tn fact, t could (eel llmt
each winter I waaworre
llian tlie vear prerlou
rtniifly It i
bruusrlitto my notice
Ilia' UtarrhTiiii.i Wood
dlfease, nnd aller llilnk
Inc over tlu matter. 1
tavr it wasiinreatonablt
to expect to lie cured liy
remedlta which only
. Ihen decided In try
i. 8. R , and after a few bottle were uet . i no.
ileeda perceptible Improvement. Cnntlnnlng
the mmedr. the dlien won forced out of hit
yntem. and complete cure wa the remit
I advise all who havn till dreadful dleuie to
abandon thelrlocal ireatment.whiclihaMievcr
done them any Reed, and tae 8.8. .. lem
rdy that can reach the dlaeage and cure It.
To continue tho wrong treatment tor
DaUrrh Is to continue to suffer. Swift'!
Specific is a real blood remedy, and
cures obstinate, deep-seated diseases
which other remedies havo no effect
whatever upon. It promptly renches
Catarrh, and never fall to curo even the
most nggrnvated cases.
f ureiy ogeiauio, onu is me omy
nlood remedy guaranteed to contain no
Books mailed free by Swift Speclflo
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
. ' " A
A TjTEE SAVED.
Ilenul)' In lllood Ileci.
Clean biood iiumiik a ileau akin. Is.
beauty without It. (,'imcareln, Candy Cutlinr
tie clean your blood and keep it clean, l
ttlrring up the lacy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin today to
banlalf piinplci, holla, blotchva. hlackhcada,
and that lickly hilioua coinplexfou by taking
Caacaret, beauty for ten tent. All drug
gilts, utUfaotion uuarantccd, 10c, 25c, fix-.
Dr. JF, Cook, tho tiotanlcal Spoo
nllst, Suocoods Whoro Othor
To whom It may cencern:
This is to certify that Bertha P. Con
ner, of Mt. Angel precinct. Marlon coun
ty, Oregon, has suffered from a cancer
ous growth hi the leftear for about three
years. The growth was cutout twico and
burned out onco by Albany Physicians,
hut thu growth came back as bad
as ever, and pained her so badly that
she had to bo taken from school. After
thrco week's treatment by Dr. J. F.
Cook, of Salem, Oregon, thu Botanical
Specialist, tho growth entirely disap
peared, and at this date, four months
since treatment was begun, tho growth
has not rcapcarcd, ami thu ear has en
tirelv healed leavintr oulv the sca-t in-
I Hided by tho Albany doctors.
1 hereby certify that the above slate
lnenl is absolutely true, and that Ber
Ilia P Conner, thu oron mentioned
In the ullldavit, has resided in my fa ta
il)' hIiico early childhood, bearing the re
latiouhi to ineof niece.
II. C. Lonu.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this eighth day of June, 1MH). W. W
Hall, county clerk of Marion county
When Vou Ride Your Wheel.
Always Bliiil(t into your sines Allen'
Foot-KiiM;, u powder for tlio feet. It
keeps your feet cool, provenit sweat-
lug feet, ami make your euilur.ini'o
ten-fold greater, Oyer one million
wheel people tiro using Allen's Fooi-
liin-o. They all pruise it. It give. feUU 1 If I'J JU.Alflf.AU.
SALEM HOP BUYERS
rest and comfort to Miiurt inr. hut.
dwolen, aching feet, und Is a certain
uurco for Ingrowing null". At all drug
ulsta and shoo stores, i'x:, Sample
FHKK by mull, Address, Allen S
Olmstcn, Lo Hoy, N. V. :i
DeWltt's Llltlo Kurly IMftrs nurlfv
tho blood, raiiiuus Utile pills for con
Hilpatinn nnd liver troubles. Stone
POItTKU BIlOWKIt.-At tho rei
deueo of the olllol.itiny pastor, Tues
day, December ft, Ms.), .Mrs. Atldle
Porter, of Hollywood, Mich., to J. D.
llrower, of Salem, by Itov.-ri'. S.
Knight, llotli (virties tire dcafjiuutes.
No. 65 State Bt. 'Phono No. 1221.
COKDKN8EI) Mil K for uurtlflff UUm, ks wU a (or
L-Mtera, coukhu. 1( la tuwa in ii ioi lony yv
TS so auUtliutv, UtMU I OH WiK OX "lUUr.
iiiwih'b CoNsiNkia Mil. Co.. Nw toan
The Intttmnco Preiaof New York, I
the most complete weekly newspaper
"for Insurers and. insured" that Is pub
Ihhcd. It is edited by Franklin Web
ster, Kinil Schwab and T. 11. Swart, a
Yankee, u Oerman and a Dutchman,
und the price is T5.00 a year. The in
formation it contains vecuis to be relia
ble and up to the standard of the best
A Good liaok for tho Young.
We take pleasure In commending to
our family of readers "The Boya of
Marmitoii Prairie," by llerlrttdo Smith,
author of 'Ten Little Comedies," II
hihtrutcd, with dcooratod cloth covers,
il.N). Little, Brown A Co , Boatou.
It I a story for boy and girls, deal
ing with Westurn life,
Hauh ( the three boy that gave thu
name to the story, "Tho lkiy of Marmi
toii Prairie." has a number of adveu
tune. "to" Mercer went off on a dis
tant excursion for pecan nuts, was
nearly swept away by a froshet, and
then mme uon a delightful atrauger, a
young college man, who took him to the
camp of a wonderful Indian. "Luke"
White, the second buy, and the least
amiable of the lot, show od bravery be
fore a steer, and thus gained confidence
in himself. "Patty' lenders, however
i really the hero of tho ttory. Ilia love
for a licautiiul whito horse, called Napo
leon or Naiw, hi adventures and strug
gle to keep this friend near him in
plto of sicklies, homo thieves, and
doubt about ownoiJili, and tho quieter
but not les welcome incident of his
homo life mako up an interesting book.
Tlio story is a good one to put into the
i hands of boy, because tho author never i
I forgets lhi latent manllius of her
young heroes. Putty tholwy litW
I)o you remember
how you felt hi the
morning when you
WCIC tt UU nun
good it was to begin 0
a newilay! llownun-
xy )Ou came lo ta
del How tired you
went to ld! Ilow
soundly you slept 1
Don't you find your
self saying some
time, how I wish I
could get up like
tliat boy, eager for
the day and feeling
fit for it? And then
don't you turn away
with a lgh as if
the wish were im
rxmlblc of fulfill
ment, and start on
the new day'
at the outset ?
It's not im
noasible to uet
back that glad IxiyUh feeling agh
I I iar
WM HKWN &C0
Buh Building, Commercial st.
(ground lloor). Olllco telephone
11. J. OrTKs'iiKiMKit, Manager.
Olllco over l.add At Bush Hank,
Phono No. 401.
fa in: it & neis.
Albany At Salem. Salem olllce."
222 Commercial st. (ground lloor)
Neckormun it Itogera' bldg.
Phono No. 1121. Olllces: New
York nnd Indon.
CATLIN it LINJN".
Ollicoover Weller's gioccry store.
Phono No. 211.
One door west ofv D.ilrymplo'
storo (ground lloor). 'Phono No.
JACKS, CAR MICHAEL
it CO. Olllco ovur Johnson's
Clothing store, in Bush-llreymau
TA LIVKSIjISY &CO
Commercial st. Second stair south
of luhl At lluuli bank; room IS,
upstairs 'Phono 1211,
only means ccttlng twek
vour ttotuach iu order and see how soon
jour sleep will be dreamless, your rct
found, your appetite hearty and your
work a pleasure. The best remedy for
all ailments of the stomach and nutritive
organs is Dr. Pierce's Golden Sledical
Discovery. Try it and join the great
army of sick peonje made well by its use.
a w rav. tl
Nothing is "j
o for " Dtscovei
ut as good." If you
cry " get " uiscovery."
raltc I would like to give '(.olden
cry - I cannot utter in wonn or
rtMcrIM wttn lien." wrttea jamca u AtuDrou,
llHnAn i f
iUIIIHU ttt HVHMIIIUVU, m
WMlakfadbwn with what our phaktau aald
wan Imltgratton I aoctorta wun
around here and found no relief I wrote you
aud you aent me a qunlton hlank to fill out and
I did o aud ou Inea adUed uie to u llr
ISerce'a Ooldeu Medical tioenr I took
three bottle and I fell to rood that J alopped.
btuui, aa I think cured, f have no )iutom
of k-utrtc trouble or Indication now '
Dr. Pierce s Common Sense Medical
Advlxrr Is nt free on receipt of stamps
to pay exjiense of mailing only Send
JI one-cent stauip,f JHsn4l"lr cowretl
book, or 3'Vfl1'1 hurectoth,bou"J-
j. ft -
H. S. GILE ft CO
Wholesale Fruit, Produce, etc.
Salem, Oregon. Olllco; Insur
ance block. 'Phone 001. Ware
house, at Wallace warehouse.
A.M. HUMPHREYS CO.
Buy and store wlieat, oats and
other grain, lluy miatow. Alw
du chopping and cleaning. 270
Commercial ut. 'Phonu 27ttt.
CHAS. L. DAILEY
At Wallace warehouse Salem.
Buy dried fruits aud iMitatce fur
. j. w. v
h.iiei Camp So. IIS. Ueetavrerr
ni. . j. iu a u i v hall, state
Sa.iilkomih, C. V A. Uoorea.
EDUCATIONAL AD ilUSlOAL.
EYA F. COX,
Teacher of Piano and Organ,
Is now prepared to receive a few more pupils.
So 417 Marlon at. HW
ETTAANDERS-WILMAN 7 expuesTtuains
AisoclalelTeacherJWcitero Conseivn- M
tory, Kanns City, Mo., representing
the Inter.ttale System, at Salem, Ore. m
Over First National Hank. Kesldence 7
376 Church itrcet. Studio hour-o to
12. and 2 toC. 7
TJE SHASTA RO-JTF
OF THK ' L
Southern Pain k
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CftVs. rjfc.iMi,s.r&Antr. Ji6?
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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OE MUSIC.
L. Stout, Portland's llncst teacher of Guitar, Mandolin nnd Itanjo, has
;ed to tench In the COLLEGE OF MUSIC on Tuesday of each week,
Mr. O. L.
nvv at viKKaam 11 111 iliii 11 111 11 m v vlilll (M a s at . -- j .
luaiMMtiim s-.M Vi. ........... oun. ti.,inttti fiM.i rinitnr pIuIi frr tn tititi:8. Heroin
11 rare eluince for all who desire to etudv theso iiiBtruments. lor recommontia
lions, tuition iitni icswon hours, npn
ESCO SEI.EY, Dean, College of Music,
inter-state conservatory of music.
Mrs. Efg finders Willman
Uver First National Dank.
C'isis in Piano Foe playing, Harmony, Theory and Class
StuJio hours from 0 to 12 aud 2 to 5.
TWO FINE NEW PrANOS IN STUDIO FOIl
USE OE PUIMLS.
Orient Insurance Co.,-
OK HAHTPORD, CONN,
I.iabiliiies 1,1 011,000.
Surplus to Policy Holders l,:iU,0l(t.
Will insure you against loss by fire; for lerms enquire of
THOMAS BOLTON, Resident -Agent.
Journal Ofiice. balem, Ore.
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DINING OAKS, ,
Pnllriitin llri.!. nlnua n...i . . "' -
Ing citra attached to all H.r'P
trulns. Prompt connections n8" '
ycr, Omaha nnd Chicago wUllltrn'
for other eastern cities? Ualtl
Mall trains dally texcepj'i8'
7:30 A M I l.r Portland T ,";
UlfiS V ill Ar coMain..-r.,r ?S P
it Albany mid Corviillh nTr
with trams of tho O. & K .?"nnccl
1 NDEPENDENUE PASSENrjtur
Express train clally nxcent Is,"-":,
IM I Mi Lr I'urtUnd' a. SjT.
8JU ' lneiidence...i;v I 4,
ireoKuoHncctionsat San I-'mnrii:
co with HlcuriHlilp Hues for HAW in
JAPAN, THE PHILIpKnp, Vki'.
AUSTRALIA. hs AM
for throuuli tickets nnd rate -n
W.)V. SKINNER, Depot Aim ?"
C. I). UAIHtlELSON City TlcVit
Au'cnt,2.-l2ComiuerulalSt Salem $
Growers can make bis money out of new Strawberries.
100 strong plants will produce 5000 plants if put out
now besides about half a crop.M have plants of
TENNESSEE, M'KINLEY, RUBY, IDEAL, DOUBLE CROPPER,
DOWNINGS PRIDE, SAUNDERS, SHUCKLESS,
CERVERA, DU MAURIER.
Send for free catalog descriptive of varieties and culture
2H)F.l, Salem, Ore.
STOVES FOR OLD!
Corvallis & Eastern ItailroatF
2 For Yuqulnn:
xruin leuvos Albany ..
Train leaves Uorvallls.
Train arrives Yaqtilnn
:i For Detreit:
a'T DACKro,t 12:20 n.m.
Ai rives A banv r.ji-.;, "'
One nnd twv connect iitAKmnynnd
Ctirvalllfj with Southern Pacific ttulnr
ulyliiK direct service to and from hW
port nnd adjacent benches.
Trains Tor the mountains arrive at
Detroit at no'in, Klvlnif ample time
i? .reucJ' cu,"Hlnjr irrotinds on the
iiii-iieiiuuMi .uiu aantiniu r her
I "w p. in.
":25 p. tu.
.. 1 1 :.'I0 n. tu
i.. 7:00a. ni
II. u WAI.DEN
t x. l!. A.
h i, in,
a nice, new
XU you want
steel ranjjc or a
than you have, we will make
liberal allowance for your old
one in exchange.
-JBuy the "Home" Air Tight
Stove, and the "Home" Steel
Range made at Salem the
best Heating and Cooking
stoves on the market.
1 1 m,
duy 10 Pi B.
nlt Ijilca, Denver Kl. Wotlh
umana. KAliaaa flty, Bt! tifn
Iiilla.l'lilcaifO and Eaat, '
Wnlla Walla, Htx'kaue, Minna
Hi'uiia, m. am, uiiium, mii-
MTI.-JI ,1 L-I.j
To Aalorln aiid way IjtndliiKt,
I i. m.
STEINER &BERGEP, 130 State Street.
Is now acknowledged the richest gold Field in the
world. Oregon has just as profitable mines. One of
"V1""1 wince ui prom is to save a little on 'vou
ll.lllv nilrvdineac n.,,4 f !.! . JY"
Hll.l.AMVTH' IMV'k'll I 1.1..
rortland. Nvvrbcnr ami wa lu
I . in.
l'aHlar, Tliotwliy and Fntunlay at 0.00 a m.
Minuliiy WwlneKlayaudfrlda) at lO.Wa. iu.
WILLAMETTE K1VER DIVISION -Dally
bom to PorlUud u above.
Tramfen to street enr line at Oreg City
If the (teamen are delayed there ounJ
tnp tickets to all poinu In Oregon, WiM
ton, or Californi a. Connection made at Port,
land with all rati, ocean udriverllne
Oen'l Pai. Ar. Portland. Hi
(.. M. POWKKS, Afient, Trde street Jock
IIOISE St UARKEit,
daily purchases, and for this nurrcw nnr . ,c
perfect Cape Nome.
FINEST GROCERIES, LOWEST PRICES AND MOST
PROMPT SERVICE IN TOWN.
HARRITT St LAIORBNCE
OLD POSTOFFKB UROCEHY,
Friday ven !
e!.rV Zl IBAH WHIP, U III M KALIS,
I'OKBbTKKB OK AM1CKICA I
t mil ShcrHuo.1 Kon-u a 11 ui. w.i.i..
"UnitliiTuintr t.ktl. c Mtllcn, l R A.I
iir n Mty n jm,, t
ClVKM)lt TO KIX-KKHU.W A nOt.KUH.
I Fine Wines, LiQcoRb.CiGflRsi
I 218 COMMERCIAL STREET.
160 STATE STREET,
Courteous treatment at all tlmo. jlUCtJUHI blUbbl,.
Makes Specialties of the Sirawbeiry and
lliO sun neer diune on better va.
rlcties limn ho urow . Catalogue Issued
In tebrtiary. Sond ixtetal for it now
wliiloyon think of it 11-ti m dAu
nuuj nwill Livn.ni
m. c. M.miiEns.
l;liKll AKU CORED UEATS
haU iialt is.
PAGE & STEPHENS
Best Rigs for Commercial Men-
Bublw In aamaWock Hotel WilUmwu
You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
Mtli one exception tlie tliromrh
trains of the BuriloRton Route
are almost Invariably well-tilled.
Ilie exception Is our St. Puul
Olilcat'o Limited. On tlielliulted
tliero Is usually room and to
Dort't Infer that it ls neither
f9 '!"!" or so fust, us ANY train
V; A.NY otnt'r Hue between ht
Tauland Chicago. On the con
trary, there a uo more beautiful
train In America. It has electric
limit, stetni heat, wldo vestibules
tho most satisfactory dltilnu-ca
wrvlco on the continent and
lower berth r0r everybody.
(Jen'l A"ent, Portland O
R; D. GIBSON,
tSiriisi1aos - b,
St.te alreet, near rvlroad. Freshest d
Wit meaii. M ..-. ..n r lu !.. I.l
eata m town ' t
To cure La Cnppe, ktpvtna,7lzxcWH
ftct. tad laJte Vu WdJ- NcrtUc