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the rmtaeiry of form. Mother's Friend also obviate
nil ta danrer of child-birth, and earrie the expectant
danger of child-birth,
r or cium-Dinn,
hrougli thla critk
ip. and thousand
uurtht-r safely through Ihla crltleal period without pa
reatert blewlng, and thoiurtnda pmtcfully
B done IhenJ Bold by all drug
i at ft oo
Onr little book, telling all alout thla
free to a-y address by TltX JIkadvielu
X CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
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Effect: A suit 'fbioar boy for 25 to SO per cent, less
than you always paid. Suits 1'00 to 4.60.
SEE THAT YOU,
G, W, Johnson & Company,
The Peoples Clothiers and Furnishers
THE DAILY JOURNAL.
BY HOFER BROTHEnS,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1000.
Dally Ono Year, S3.00 In Advance
Dally Pour Month 91. In Advance
WooklyOno Year Sl.OO In Advnnoo
EDITORIAL REVIEW OF THE RESULTS OF
As a war administration, tho McKltt
toy government will bo continued an
other four years, and Mr. Bryan iwllf
havo tbo honor of having inado a second
great singlo-lianded contest. In the
history of tho country for nearly n cert
tury and n third no president Jinn ever
been defeated who conducted n sueccss
fal foreign war. If MjoKiuioy is elected
it will be by such reduced -majorities in
tho states where peoplo tiro most sons!
tlvo to public discussion ttial ho will
havo no great glory , from tho contest.
A black oyo in tho Now England statos
-and reduced majorities in New York
nnd Illinois, an increased prohibition
vote, show that tho conscientious and
thinking ropublicuns havu wolghcd' his
"ffdinltflstrallon In tho balances of mor
ullty nnd justlco nnd found it wanting,
Tho influonco of tho campaign waged
by Bryan has already left its mark upon
history Tho foroifjn policy of tho ad
ministration in dealing with Ohinn is
tho exact rovereo of tho policy in tho
Philippines. China gave us n thousand
times tho provocation to go to war with
her that tho poor half-eavago trjbtm of
Luton ever did. Yot MuKiuloy has not
put an invading army into Olilna. Ho
has forced a policy of peaco nnd hu
manity and justlco nnd has been tho
true friond of China. Ho has stood
against conquest and dismotnbermont
of the omplro and stands alono with tho
French today In roftising his assent to
'carving tho entrails out'bf Asia, oven as
they carved tbo bodies of tho men -and
, women ' and children in gthotr r!ota
against Christian ntlsalonarles.' 'Would
MclClnloyh&vo pursued fcuch
and bloodless )ollcy in China
Uran's warfare on matorlalism, mili
tarism and imperialism? It Is tho old
Btoryjfho leform party blnxes tho way
for progress In hitman affairs, Tho
other party oxootitos what tho real
leaders of public eonttinoiit propose
Not a stop in tho march of progress
toward better conditions for humanity
has ever been taken but tho party in
power was forced to take it by those out
of'powerand Bryan out of ofllco 1ms
dono more for right than MoKInloy in.
From A Later Standpoint.
Tho results of uoaicdttDii Over hold in
this country will prpyo o far ronuhlng
as this ono. On tho Pnulflu coast It will
provo tho most serious blow U white,
labor over qtrtiak at tho polls. Tho
Ohineso exclusion act that oxplrus uox?
year will bo modified in tho Interests
of capital and corporations. Alrwuly
thousands of Japanoeu coolfoa aro tlis
jdBoInjr Awhile' men In ..tho lumber
carnuflatuj 65) tho great aconfraetu for
fconslrucubh. Confriet labor i Its
worst forms will mako It almost lm
at 'jKiMlblo for a whito man or woman to
itt ttx(st by common Jabor. Tht same
f-r proceed will eliminate the Guu(wan
u from thp, fruit industries and nil man
. tfact;ur3ng from Jaw, material. This
tide of Asfatlo labor Impollod by or
ganized capital will mvoojilhu 1'aoJflu
' coast and produco moro lalxir troubles
and rloja than Jittvo -over boon known
before." It will ooet Jhe various itatoj,
inllllons of dollarx and possibly htinia,u
llvwlokftap ordpr ami' enfoico the
laws- Organ lod labor haa uiidoubtudly
Rrery woman eoref a a shapely. Pf IP1. n1
manr of thea deulore tlii lots of their trirlUh forma
after marriage The bearing of children U try
dettructive to the mother"! nbapellne Thla can
be avoided, hcwerer, by the uc or motu.-
corae a thu
lu. It U woman'
tell of tbe great gcod It
great remedy will be nt
: t. ". -"'t
GET FIRST CHOICE
been instrumental in carrying this
election, That it will now havo to bat
tlo for itfl existence aanover before no
one can doubt. Tito fairy story of tho
full dinner pail and higher wages will
not ho realized. That thoro la a do
Iprcssion coming on from Europe Js al
ready folt by tho groat indnstries. It
may bo tomporarl y resisted by tho ad
ministration's success nt tho polls, but
that It is Ir.evitablo in tho next fow
years no ono can doubt. Tlint it will
produco n largo accession to socialism
is a fprcgortu conclusion. That socialism
wilt bo substituted for democracy is
perfectly apparent. Tho best efforts
of tho nation will bo required to main
tain it n ordorly and peacoful evolution
of tho state. That men will seek with
destructive processes to haston their
liberation from industrial oppression
must expected, It will tako all tho
conservative nnd patriotic forces of sc
cioty to prevent disorder and rovolu
Hon by violence. But in tho end self
government by tho peoplo will live. It
will bo fltralued to tho utmost by tho
defeat of Brynn and tho results that
will follow. Capital will bo unthroned
and it must live off tho consumer.
From a Financial Standpoint.
Tho election of McKlnloy moans that
tho gold standard haa again been
endorsed by tho American iwoplo and
that it will become the ilxod policy of
thu country. In fact, It was not an
Ibsuo, although It was u predominant
factor in determining tho result. It
gava many pooplo an oxcuso for voting
for MoKInluy who olhorwieo would havo
repudiated his politics on other matters.
It controlled tho Gorman voto in tho
cities and In tho doubtful states. It will
bo tho fixed policy of tho country to
maintain thu gold Btandard and a
protective tariff. Thoso policies so deep
ly affouting thofinancosand industries of
of tho country will not bo subjoct to
chango until they become so oppresslvo
tho .people cannot stand them anyiongor
who"n they tll bo overthrown. Tho
present money system Is about ono
fourth gold and three-fourths paper and
credit or token money. Tho Republicans
purposely loft tho system in such shape
that tho country had to give them tho
gOYorntnoht or strike a blow nt tho
complicated system of currency which
without a strong administration back of
It could not stand for a momont against
a panto, or a period of depression. Only
a strong eonato of found nionoy men of,
EATING FOR TWO
it ntoy l& for threo.
A new mother, or aboiit-to-Jbcj
motliQr, should Icaop (Sr0
up to tho highest possible level
of hcalfh nnd supply, and begin
far back, Live generously
Whatever is good for her
TOmforl'.riUd- health, lot her
have it; whatever is bad for
hW comfort or health, avoid it.
Almost without exception,
Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil is a needed help ; and gen-
smlly n very important help.
We'll m4 yvu Hille to try If ycu lffc.
l'l & OUWlsh. I'MiUuni, NvwYwk. I
Itho greatest financial nnd commercial
friability enn protect tho country against
nblitck Friday growing out o(n gold
standard currency that is in fact three,
quarters flat and credit money that la
not a legal tender. Under tho gold
standard speculation In stocks will ho
put in tlio rucendancy nnd roal citato
will n0t nttvanco. , Money will bo cheap
becanso it is undesirable as an invest
ment. Tho only benefit to tho peoplo
will be in paying reduced intcrost. All
public dobla should bo funded at lower
rates, and they will bo as a result of this
election. Tho money standard - is
established rind should not Ins again
made a political iesuo.
The policy of The Journal.
If Mr. Bryan ia defeated, Tiik Joun-
VII ttotll lA rtir.rn iliart ntiAf n fn!ttM
iU Tl lV IUU4U Udll Ullil ns IIIVI'
pendent paper. Jn 1690 when ween
tored tho newspaper work in Oregon tho
Republican platform declared for free
coinage of silver, and wo accepted it as
tho honest declaration of tho party in
Oregon. That platform was drawn up
by Mitchell and Tanner, and Senator
Mltcholl was ro-elected to ofllco on that
platform. His own declaration that he
has merely followed tho various contor
tions of the Republican platform on tho
financial question ia s tarn pod a lio, bo
catiao ho draw tho platform himself. In
placo of standing by his work ho claims
to bo a mere follower of his party. But
theso are matters of tho past. Tiik Joun
hal followed what It behoves was a'
fundamental principle of finance enun
ciated by tho national and state plat
forms of tho Republican party, nnd juct
for tho opposite reasons that animated
such men as Mr. Mitchell and other
Republican camp followers. And It
has Infinitely moro respect for
tho out-and-out gold standard
Republican than it can over havo for tho
truccttlont partisan who says I only
bclievo this because my party fays bo.
Party, right or wrong, my party beforo
my country, nnd ofllco beforg eyjorjr
thing. So far as tho Journal) has in
fluence with Republicans it will bo cast
against tho birnetalllc-for.rovcnuo only
elements and with tho enrucrvative
? S k ft' I
sound monty elements of tho partyjin
Oregon, becanso they aro reepectnblo
partisans and not mere unprincled siwll
men. As a logical sequence, as the only
honest and consistent course to ,bo pur
sued tho Journal espouecd tho cause of
bimetallism when it beenmn tho para
mount isauo nnd it has supported Mr.
Bryan twico. But that battle is ended
and tho Journal Is relieved from all
further obligation on that scoro and will
enter tho lnrgor field of an absolutely in
dependent nowspapor, supporting men
and measures on tholr merits and not
becanso of any party. Thoro is a field
in Oregon for a nowspapor that takes tho
sldu of good government rather than
become n moro party organ dependent
on party favors for its existence Good
government in local and county and
state affairs leaves an amplo field for en
deavor. Even tho McKlnloy adminis
tration will havo need of criticism and
corrective influences. It will havo
problems to solve and burdens to bear
that will requiro tho intelligent assist
anco and friendly co operation of every
patriotic man and woman in America.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take, Laxative llroroo Quinine Tabluti. All
(irugKiitarcrund tbo money ir it ratta to cure
W. tiroYe'itlHuaturolaoii each box.
Croker will havo an easy timu dividing
lAit us turn our attontiou to snvlug
tho spud nojop.
Bring along Thanksgiving Day and lot
ua talk about something olso.
Frank Pax ton, tho attornoy ot tho
textbook trust, was scratched in nearly
Tho Ico Trust did valiant - sorvlou In
thocaueo of imperialism. Embalmed
Heel wasn't In it,
Pouth Salem ami Prospect Rolled up
thuir ucciit-tomud Hryan majorities,
"hilo Yew Park seems to b a banner
It wilt cost you Iobh to buy a tloket to.
the uharity ball than to go to the, hpttjj
ptiai. i uu tin uiu uuiiuiiik uiiu fiui iiiul
other fellow go to thu hospital. That h
tho bettor way to look ut life.
Tho liryan men worked llko heroes.
Without almost any organization, every
man did hit level best to got tho voto
out. There is no better or moro faith
ful lot of citizens than tho Brj an men;
thoy worked from principle and with
out hope of reward and In the faco of
Push your tradb. Ceroid stock down
on tho bargain counter; prepare t" oUwe
up a successful year's businesa, Glvr
the people thu benefit of good t mes aud
close bargain!. Advertise and tho cash
balait o will bo on tho right sldo of the
ledger. Every business man Jtnuld be
ambitious to carry over as little, stock ai
possible. It Is accumulations of dead
stock that causes nino tenths of Iho
business failures. Avoid it. Advertise.
Pursue Uvo nnd lot-live methods.
DEATH OF AN
John E Young, of Astoria, the
yonSges. metnbef ' oTTrnTlhlat Oregon
legislature) died nt Klaniath Falls last
Friday, of hemorrhage of tho lungs. He
waa a young man of bright intellect and
was ono of the fun makers of tho last
legislature, and was .ono ot Its most
popular mcmberB. IIo practiced tho
profession of the law in Astoria up to
about 6 weeks ago, when tho condition
of his ,luni8 compelled a chanso of
climate and ho iromoved to Klamath
Council Meets To nit lit
Tito Salem city council will meet to-
fllfrtlf ' 111 fllllnilfnAil CrAnatv Tlin miiiiI..
meeting night,, Tuesday, being 'a legal
holiday, adjournment waa taken Imme
diately after meeting.
Uecattso purely vwtnblo-yct thor-ougli.-p.-oiupt,
A4 A4 tkbil
Has been established on a
number of Routes in Ore
gon and you can have sc
VVr"1' r -j
The Daily Jo
Delivered to your family
box four months for $1 sc
THE JOURNAL has all the Important News. Associated Press relctratri Ser
vice of same dafe,as tilth Priced Mornlni Dallies, and much or It twenty. four
.hours earlier. Correct Dally Market. An Independent Paper for the Peo
Not for any Political Machine, Address
HK01IUS8 Til ICY OIVB A tlOO
MOUT ANUABK LONG UVKI). -
WB BKLL TIIBKIC OUADKS:
''YWnnvm.KimHm.wV?lS(.,Th1eKTeryU'' ,l,Wn ?.'!. IwMo and giro. ()NK
i $ lotuuS " taat.y. of gooa )aUas,ciuiau
JUKAIIU 'Njt quite ax good u.u ut glrlug
ot thoao tuautlca put ou aud burnN pr.t Kir
DO YOU USE WELSBACH BURNERS? WKtStCr
a IIKTTKK UOHT for LKS3 MONKV with ouo ot thea burner? thauwhh utLw om ofarll
dolal light, WohavogaxtioveaalM. Letuaihow them to you. ' wra'
BALEM GAf IJUHTCO 71 Qherueketa Bt.. Telophono 6U3.
No Flies on a Hot Stove
Nor is there any flaw or blemish on the work we do, either in
plumbing, tinning or repairing. We lead on everything in the
way of first-class work in our line.
Fruit and Hop Dryer work a specialty
curca Hacking Coughs.
Dor iAings, Bronchitis.
Grippe, Pneumonia and
nil sevcro lung affections.
Why thon risk consump-
4tj-4 n alisttf mi Inn til 9
Tako warning Act at
oncol Buy a botUo of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
a doctor'o prcacrlpUon,
used over CO years. Prico,
only 23 cents. Insist on
having It. Don't bo lm-
Soscd upon. Rofuso tho
eater's substitute ; It la
not ns good as Dr. Bull's.
Salvation Oil curca Rheumatism
Achea and Pain. IS & 25 eta.
I havo a lot of barrols and kegs suit
able for cider, wine or vinegar. Call on
J. P. Rogers, 218-222 Com., St. 10 9 lm
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bough
w ' r t--
j n4 xlvluie lUtlUTY OANJiriK FOWKK. frlee
4Mim iUU waror n tho'No. W, and at half the
tluul at abire rata.
O. H. OIACK
Successor to Dr. J. M. Kocno, of
Whito Coma Salem Or. Parties desir
ing superior CS, it ions at moderate fees
in any branch aro in especial request.
ALBERT A. JESSUP.
ROOMS 1 AND 3, (lOAY IlLI
B. F. JONES,
Waa Work of Circuit Court . x rr "uhM
an up-UMlato abstract ot at
i it j in Lincoln
Piano Tuners and R pares
For Salem and vicinity leave orders at
Geo. Will's Music Store.
Boots and Shoes
Mndo to order. Lntllos Shoos a pcc
laity. KcpalrlnK neatly done,
J. M. Ntcdhom. 181 Com st
T, , Sullivani '
State Street Tailor.
Fall Bulttnir. Imt In. Tho Oberndorn" pat
IS pant 15,
tern from Chicago. Bott butlncM suits (15.
l'rnnen wanted. Krult btirs for talc
Loans and Insurance
Money to loan from 0 to 8 per cent,
according to security no expense for
examination. Insurance effected on
hops nnd other property at lowest rates.
John Moir 290 Com, st,
OFFICE, CITY HALL.
. For wntcr .service unnly at ofllc.
Bills pnyablo monthly In ndvunce.
Mnkc all complaints at the ofllc
Aro largo ant have reliable attend
ants, your toam boarded by tho wt-ck or
day. Good teams for hire". Prices' rea
sonable. Your patronage solicited.
H, M. Brown
02 Forrv Streot.
SALEM HOP BUYERS,
Squire Far rar
Nortt 8ti.;aBt. '1'hone No. 1031.
Wm, Brown Co
Iluali Ilulldlng, Commercial St. (ground
floor). Omco telcpbono No. 130.
II. J. Ottenhelmcr, Manager. Ofllco ovor
I.add A liuih Dank. 'I'hono Ko. HOI,
Ofllco over Welter' grocery Hore, 'Phono
Ofllco over Johnson' Clothing .tore, lu
T A Livesley Co
Commercial if Hecoud atalr routh or Ladd
it IIikIi batik bank; room 18, upstair.
WHITE UODSE RBSTADRANT
First class cook,
First class service,
George Bros. Pnop's.
The German Market
Will be found all kinds of meat
and tho best of Knusago. FREE
DELIVERY. All bills duo.tho
lato Arm of Wolt A Miescke
must be paid.
Wolz & Zwicker
171 Commero al Pt.
SCENERY BY DAYLIGHT
Daylight Stopover at Maura Falls.
Through flrstolaia touaistpluoporfrom
Paclllc i Coast weekly forQhiiiago.llogton,
uw York, and oihor eastorn points, via
Rio Qrantlo Western, (Great Salt Lake
Routo) Denver & Rio Grande, OKI P
and Illinois Central to Chlcags, connect
ing in tho Union Depot with Miohigan
Lontral'fl similar tar for points east.
tor particulars call on or address Local
B. II. TnOMBOLL,
Cotn'l Ag't. III. Cent. R. R.
SOU 142 Third st., Portland Ore
" i i jruur hiuo reading
tho Boer War and the Gold Fields o7
A8 i T Tnere '"" other matteis o
vital Importance; you may mako a trip
hast, and will want to know how to
travel. In order to havo the beat for
vice, uso the Wisconsin Central Ry.
botween Bt. Paul and Chicago. -For
rates and other Information, writo ia
A. Clock, General Agent, Portand, Ore.
IV IU .l..rrklA ll .... .1. . .
itovoie all vour timn
lKll?SllrY "KOUtATOB Utk...lr.
Salem Waier Co.,
ViV X PACIFIC
And Soo Line.
First-class and Tourist
Passengers booked to and from
ALL POINTS EAST'
For full particulars apply to
E. J. COYLK, II. II. ABUO'in - ;
A. G. P. A., MO'Thlnl St:
Vancouver, B. C. Portland.
WHEN YOU PAY
YOUR GOOD MONEY
For a tickot Ea t, you naturally and
vory proporly want to go over tho routo
that will give you the very best nccomo
dntions nt thu lowest possihlo rato
Henco, you should nsk your tickut agent
to make your ticket read via tho
Our popular personally conducted
tourist excursions in modern Pullman
tourist sleeping cars leave Salem every
Monday livening and Thursday evening
via Sacramento and every Tuesday even
ing nnd Sitturdav morning via Portland
and run through to Chicago without
clianco via thu World's most eccnlc Lino
connecting nt Chicago with all morning
trains East, also with thu Hock ialnnd
lloston . T
y conducted tourist car (or
Theto tourist slcopini! cars aro
uroau vesiiunieti, itgiitcn witu rinicit
... . .... . - . .V .
Gas nnd provided witlt all weekly illus
trated periodicals and magazines for tho
free nee of our patrons nnd aro accom
panied through to destination by a rep
resentative of tho Great Rock Island
Routn. We also have a daily first-class
sleeping cur service to Chicago via tho
Scenic Line, and the best dining enr
sorvico in tho world.
1'or full information, maps etc, call
on or writo to, A. K. Cooi'mt, Gen. Agt
or Portland Oregon.
W.'W. Hkinnhii, G. M. Powmm
Agont S. P Co. Agent O R N Co
Salem Or. Sitlein Or.
WASHING MADE EASY
This machine is a new ono miulo on
sriontitlc nrincipli'H. It la guaran
teed to give nbeoluto sutlsfaction.
After n thorough trial no family
would dispense with one, With tho
ueo of tho Dewey, tho horrent of
wash day will disuppenr. This ma
A'o hard work iilwnt it. Kuny to op
orate. Tlio manulnctururs will back
up ovory olalm inndo for tho- ma
chine. The Dewey Washer
Has won 'two first premiums at State
hairs; at Lincoln. Nob. 180!). and
nt Salem, Oro , 1000. Sold at Salem
by R. M. Wade & Co. ICorrespond
with or call on
Manufacturers and Salosmon,
Jit. Angel, Oregon.
t.,T,,. Proprietor of tho Halem Soap
works has thoco operation of the tlealors
Consumers who dosire a first-class
Encourage Home Industry
By ordering Salom-mado soap
S, C, STONE. M. D
Stone's Drue: Stor
Toe Here (two lu iiuiuben uru lixated a
No. 235 and SKi Contuwt.rl ittitt, and t
well toakcd with a oompleto lino of dru an'
mudlolim, tollat anioU. pernnowy, broshei
to.i ttv, etc.
DR. BTONK , v
flaahadwiaeMytau wrpertouw lo tho prao
uoeof raediolneatid now mako no oharire fo
n..n.liil. - . . "
, u......,.i,ii. pinpiniMiion o'TirMKcrlptlon.
Wheat Bought and Stored
By the Aurora Roller Mills
Branch ofllco and warehouse 181 Trade
st. between High and Church Mrwds.
rnffi?6!1 onrata "KJ't at highest
FRED P. HURSr.
M STEAM CIBaNIXC
AND' DYEING. WilllKS
Ladies' and Qents clothes
cleaned and dyed without rip
ping. Gent's clothes prtwl
by tho month, also portiors
cleaned and dyed, lluu nnd
Kid gloves cleaned Uonu'
olothus rollned, relioiin.l, re
pairgd, buttons on. All work
ii, ilu-Hp aud prumptly
MHS. i VI.KEK, .Pnirifitor
. "" wshhim
m .! Ji-n-n.1 -wr"
wmaim tv"cr it. i
.""HI, Ml, 1'i.bI ITT WttL"
a IS m
10 i, to.
f'o A..or,aMUw -ft.
WltUJllHTE HtVEttS..- !
rat. rtvlofr .MS-STdS
,.- ...... A.B?nt. Trade BuM1!
yjr mmchwi rteight offlwYMft
SOUTH AND EAS
THE -SHASTA ROUTE
TrahiB leave Salem for pTTrrr
wax kj I
. A) PJ(
Ar Ban Fnximico....,
ArOvdou . "
ArKaima, city IZfSAM !J"!
Ar Chicago Jl...-7liU gj
Ar Krt wSrtEr.r e3BAfi i2
Ar Oily or Mexico Zjam m
Ar Nuw Orlofttm..
Ar WMhinirlou " "ai 5' H'l
kw u i. :
Ar Nflr York ua ji 5
I..ll.HtL" l m , .
,l " "",H,nS" L -f. ' M.kft
and El Paso, and touriUrar(toChSa(
.no. uimu unrH
-... .. .m, .. v,. m.iiauiiu nanintta i
Connecting at San FramTGc? with i
erni Btenmslilp linos for Uoootul
jui'iwi, uiiuin, ruiuppiiiea, Ueatrtl u
See Mr. W. W. Minner "agent it &
-3I1UIUII, ur nuiiress
O. II. MARKHAM.G.P. A
You aro not aware of tho fait tinuu!
imperil servlco now afforded by the;
Vft fin? tlic-r mi
If you cannot tako tho niornlng Ina '?' ''
travel via tho evening train. Both v -v
flnoly equipped. ' ' -
u0ur Speciallios" .,
Fast Tlmo, Through Service, Pnllsu
Pa'laco tilcoiKtrs. Pullman Tourist S'r
ers, Pullman Dltiors, Library (CieCt
and Proo Reclining Chair can,
Hours in tlmo saved to Oauki 0
ago, Kansas City, St. Lotli, N ,
Boston, and other Eastern rwnti.
Ticket good to Halt Lake Citr w : l
Doiivor. m . jj. '
It is toyour Interest to uj Tni 0m, ;
IV I lib LA4I, .A
MND LIMITKI). lICKetS SU Jiwj-l.
Ann luulliriAiiti oitftliriwl ttTl C
r t CvfVtfrt L w
l,ntR. P.& to7i
i - c m , n u
J. II. lxyriiitoi', Gen'l Agent,
No. 135 Thirtl Bt. Portland Or.
(Ipfgon Short Lino
The Direct flouts to
Montana, Utah, Colorado J
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