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THE DAILY JOURNAL
FMDAY. NOV. 15, 1901.
Dally Ono Year, S3.00 In Advance
Oaliy Four-Months 91. In Advnnoe
Dally by Carrier SOo Per Month
Wookly One Yoar 8I.OO In Advance
,THE spirit of thanksgiving.
Tliero ia clangor of mleslng tlio real
flpirlh ol Thanksgiving) Fresfdont Rooeo
Volt mildly rebukes tho tendency of the
American 'peoplo topasB resolutions and
engage In wordy fanning of tlio air. He
BOgRoata deeds na the proper expres
sion of.thankfalness. For tho individual
thoro can be no tnoro appropriato frame
of mind than ono .of apprcintivo thank"
fulnosa for advantages enjoyed, for a
eano mind and sound body, for employ
ment to which ono ia adapted, for ablll
ty.to eat, aleop and work at something
tiBoful. Tho nbuBos of thanksgiving
day aro bocoming quite numerous, not
tho leant being football gameB that fill
tho hospitals, collections for foreign
missions, (whether it bo some charitable
echemo in a largo city or the heathen
abroad,) or any other long.rango bonov
olenco. It has boon customary to tako up col
lections in tho churchos and public
schools for this or that institution injeomo
largo city. This Is uncalled-for until wo
nro mighty sure thero aro no poor fam
ilies needing assistance right at home.
Has our neighbor bread? Aro his chil
dren clothud and do they go to
school? Aro wo truo to our living
obligationa in our own neighborhood?
Is thoro 'one of our own kith and kin
neoda help? As Governor Geer wisely
puts it, thoro is a need not only of appro
priate glftB, but cheerful words as well.
Is not tho best expression of a thankful
spirit-all around cheorfulnoss and hope
fulness. Dolioving tho best of others
and hoping for tho best from all nover
yot hurt tho world or anyono In it.
SENATORS WITH MORAL CONVIC
TIONS. That would bo a rare spectaclo in
Congross, and moro rare from Orogon
than almost any othor state. SlncoJ.
N, Dolph had tho tomorlty to declaro
that ho did not Biibscrlbe to tho free sil
ver Republican platform of his party in
Oregon, and whb retired for his devotion
to his convictions, Oregon lmu not had
atatesmon who wuro vory outspoken in
any direction. Senator Simon has had
the norvo to diffor with his party
BE Tho Daily Jouiinal proposes to got out this year In lieu of a regula-
E tlon New Year's edition, a lino Illustrated Thanksgiving Daily, such as will :
pbo n credit to our state and community. It has beon a raro year, with f
pi bountiful harvests, and a Harvest Home Thanksgiving paper will bo os-:
EE peclally opportune at this season. This paper will contain readable ar-i
E tlcloa on oil manner of subjects relating to tho state, and especially to Sa-
P loin aud tho Willamette Vulloy. Especially will matter bo presented in :
fc this Issuo that will bo of Interest to eastern readers and others who aro in-:
gi torosted in knowing about Oregon.
pE In addition to tho descrlptlvo and historical matter published thoro ;
JEE will bo presented illustrated articles with portraits of public buildings and :
E: mon, and especially will tho business interests of the city and county bo
E amply illustrated. Many of tho flno roBidoncos and business blocks will
also bo shown in graphic form. Borne attractive advertising matter will at-:
EE eo appear which will bo a credit to our local buslnsst mon, and all wishing !
to uo represented aro invuou to cummunicaio wun mo puimsnera as :
to lates and terms. Some interesting articles, and data concerning our ro. '
sources will bo acceptable for thin edition, which will bo made a credit i
abto ono in every respoct. llortcii Duothkkh, Publishers.
Cardul a woman can do any reasonable work and enoy good health. The
health that Wine of Cardul brings makes a woman vigorous In body and mind.
Freed from those terrible devastating pains a woman grows well and strong
naturally. Wine of Cardul regulates the disordered menstruation and cures
leucorrhocs, falling of the womb and periodical pains In the head and back
uui td by standing or sitting a long time In the same position. Thedford's
Dlack'Uraught puts the bowels, stomach, Uver, kidneys and blood in proper
shape. Greatly Increased strength and endurance is the natural result. Most
cases are cured quickly. All druggists sell 91.00 bottles of Wine of Cardul
aftd ?5 cent packages of Thedford's Dlack.DraughL
Vb. ailf laa and UUntan. addftt. ttvinff inn Dtoini. Tha TjrtUi' Adrlftorv
iftruut.n Tt riilllaaw'i MesUJa
on eorno minor matters. Mo Kinlcy
enld a tariff on ojir itlnnil products
would bo an outrage, but when It came
to a' show-down ho acquiesced in thojcilOUgh for the mother but
Porto Ttican tnrlfWor revenue", while 81
mon Btood by his convictions and
voted against tho bill. So Simon
has had tho temerity to go against tho
Hanna-Fayno shfp-substdy bill and hel
ped suolvo that moasuro aud sond
tho Ohio plutocrat's potto tho bonoyard,
and in this respect ho probably had tho
sincere admiration of Roosevelt who
was President of tho Senate, and had
no expectation of becoming Prosldonl
This turns tho tables so that a tlme-
sorvor with no Uxod principles may not
bo bo popular as horotoforo in
that atiBust bodv of straddlors. Dnt
Senator Simon may And that his
party does not appreciate a man with
such stability that dare tako a stand on
matters vital to his constituents and
keep that stand against prcesuro
of great interests. A single great
steamboat company could glvo him a fat
place for lifo If ho would got right on the
ahip subsidy. Tho question beforo tho
Republicans of Ongon at tho noxt
cloctlon is not bo much whether they
will re-olcct Senator Simon as whether
they will puniBh him for daring to have
opinions, and whether if they displaco
him they wl'l elect a man of convictions
or a moro federal patronago trafficker.
Oregon has a few mon of prlnciplo and
conviction in tlio Republican party, and
tho way things have beon going all these
gontlemon better koop still if they want
the office Even Ilarvoy Scott shows a
tendency to muzzle tho ox that treads
IT IS TIME TO PUT OUT STRAW
BERRIES. This is tho season to put out a new
acreage of strawborrios. If it is a garden
patch or a 10-acro lot, tho land should be
well drained and well cultivated. The
Btrawborry Is not very cholco as to what
kind of Boil It gots plow up any land
you hnvo and work as below indicated
and you will get a crop- Mnnnrois
moro needed to mako tho soil easy to
cultlvato than for tho production of
fruit. Tho poorest land well handled
will produce profitable crops of borrics.
Last year this writer spaded up virgin
sod among old rotten fir stumps and sot
the soil that had novor known n crop
with plants of now varieties of straw
berries from tho east. Wo nover got a
finer result In fruit or now plants. Two
dozen of a Blngloklnd produced quarts
ot berries and over two thousand plants.
Theeo wore sot out in a nowly plowed
fluid whoro tho sod was turned down the
first of July. Tho sod land was har
rowed with a drag and then cut with a
disk harrow both ways. Tho plants
A Strong Woman
low City, Iowa, Aug-. IS, 1900
My wife waa lick (or tbroo yean. We tiled
everything without relief anil incut muoh
money. My wife tried Wine of Oardul and (our
bottleioumdher. She took two more bottle,
knowing ehu would havo to work hard during
the hay liarveet. Bhe attended to all hr house
hold dutlea and loadod and unloaded all the
bay, ThU modlclno gave her atreugth. for
merly ibe wa weak aud tired and oould hardly
get about, but alnoa alio haa been taking Wine
of Cardul ahe feols better and stronger than
when JO year of age. JOB. A. KlBKNllAVmu
Mn. Eisenhafcr had tried everything durlntf
her three years ilckneit and had spent conild".
rrablt money. She was weak and could hardly
jet about for three years before she took
Now, alter taking the Vine of Cardul, she can
work with her hutband In the hay Held. That
Is hard work, but It Is not as Injurious to a
woman's health as labor In stores, factories and
offices where thousands of slrliare closely con.
fined vcar after vear. With the aid of Wine of
Company, Cbauuwoga, Itu,
A mother's poor health is bad
worse still for the nursing
Mothers find Scdtt's Emul
sion a nourishing and
strengthening food. If the
breast milk is scanty or thin
Scott's Emulsion will make it
rich and more abundant.
When mothers take Scott's
Emulsion the babies share in
the benefits. Thin babies grow
fat. Weak babies get strong.
We'l I tni you A Utile to try, 1 1 you like.
SCOTT & IIOWNE, 409 f earl ttreet, New York.
were carefully planted with earth on tho
roots and will mako a big crop.
THE M0DELEVEN1NG PAPER.
That papor is yot to bo published.
That it will not bo over fourpageB is sure.
That it will have largo readable typo is
also sure. Tho so-called metropolitan
papers aro a conspiracy to enrich the
ocullBt, as much as tho manufacture of
cigarottes iaagamo to fill tho jails and
asylums. It will print tho news in aeon
donsed intelligent manner and with
headlines that read as plainly ns a
shm-board. It will give all tho import
ant news so that its readers need rely
no other publication to bo well In
formed. Its news roports will bo a con
tinuous story, so that if a matter is not
concluded in ono day or one week it will
be taken up where it left off and tho
reador fully informed of tho conclusion
of tho matter. Lastly it will bo clean
and its columns will contain nothing
that cannot bo read aloud in tho pres
ence of men, women and children. Tub
Daily Joohnal (four months for $1.00 by
mail) ia trying to approximate this ideal
ALL ARE NEEDED IN THE PUSH
Not only all tho business men are
needed In tho Pub!) club to mako it a
success but workiugmon mon who
mako a living at wages. Tiieso mon nro
dopondont on employment, on
enterprises, on a glowing city
and investments of capital. Thoy
pay largo sums of monoy for inauranco
aud social organizations, for cigars
and balls and theatres, but thoro
could bo no bettor investment for n man
dopendcut on wagts to mako than to
bucOmo an actlvo member of tho Greater
Salem Commercial club aud pay bIx bits
each threo months in tho yoar t
promoto the legitimate growth of
tho city. A workingman was member
of tho city council of Bridgeport, Conn.
IIons intelligent and public-splritod
in tho right way. Ho was
only an engiuo Btoker but ho has boon
elected Mayor of a city of wealth. Tho
workingman has a good right to tako
part in this organization for tho upbuild
ing of a city as tho banker or tho lawyer.
Ho la noedod and he needs tho organiza
tion. If such men would take hold, tl o
membership of tlio club could bo mtido
a thousand and its rallies would moan to
lift Salem out of tho rut of indifforonco
and hogsishnoss and mako it tlio best
city in the atato to live in for a work
in jinan who wautH to make n homo for
himself and family.
The best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and fever l a botlle of drove' Tostelon
Chill Tonic It In tlmply Iron aud miliiltio lu a
ttutoloM form. No curo-uo pay, Price 60 c.
WORLD'S GREATEST SHIPYARD.
Tho Norfolk, Virginia, Dispatch has
caught tho Twentieth century spirit and
comes hurtling over the mountains on a
breeze from tho Atlantic, telling tho
world of tho greatest shipyard on earth
that is to bo developed with
a million dollar plant In that
vicinity, and incidentally celebrates
the introduction of a new press, an en
larged issuo and other features indi
cating that it is allvo. Among literary
foutnres it has contributions from Geo.
I, Vlett, who swings n iifiughty pen,
aud a banker, 0. V, Tebault,
tells of somo vory practical
work ho has done tho past two
years to extend Noi folk's reputation to
the whole world, Wo on tho I'ucitlc
coast, tho land of goldplecos, prunes and
plenty, shako with tho bright brother on
tho Atlantic. Wo shall watuh with in
terest tho growtli of that shipyard, and
quid pro quo" will nsk him to keep un
eyoon Ilia Cornuoopla Capital Oity of
the Wilieuietto valley,
Wasiiinhton, 1). 0, Nov. 15. Tho
Commissioner of Internal Hovenue de-
elded today that beer manufactured In
tho Unitod States and shippod to the
i'hillppinos Is BUbjeot to an internal rev
jenuo tax. This ruling Is a reversal of
the one rendered by tho commissioner
several weeks ago,
A Parallel Drawn That
Are the Americans Guilty of
Running a Concentrado -in
Tiik JotmvAi. prints tho following
" "parallel barbarism" " from tho Chi
cago Public bet auso It brings Out a view
held by many peoplo who believo that
tho United Stntes Is tint In a position to
criticise tho people of Great Britain in
their war against tho Doers in South
Africa. While wo print this for tho infor
mation and satisfaction of such ns hold
that view wo do not subscribe to tiio
parallel, but hold that the people of the
United States have only good intentions
townrd tho peoplo of tho Philippines,
that our country and tho present ad
ministration is seeking to glvo them
self-government aud free institutions,
while Great Britain is carrying out its
policy of obliterating self government
and destroying existing Republics and
crushing weaker nations to tho wall,
contrary to tho declarations of tho
Hague Intornntionnl Peaco conference.
But hero is tho
Parallel In Barbarism.
Hardly a year has sono by since inno
cent Republicans were protesting against
having the McKinley colonial policy do
scribed as a policy of imperialism. But
cvonts nro now taking placo which givo
to tlioso protests an emphatic negative,
tf tho American government wo are de
veloping in the Philippines is not tho
govorumont of an omplro, then it is a
nondescript. It is not n republican gov
ernment. It is not a military govern
ment. It is not freo enough for a limited
monarchy. It ia tho most absolute gov
ernment, professing civilization, on tho
faco of tho earth. It is moro absoluto
than tho Russian govornmont. For au
tocratic authority it is without a paral
lel outsido tho British military lines in
It has forced tho people of the island of
Samar to leavo their homes and to con
grogato in tho towns. Tills is tho infam
ous "reconcontrado" devlco of Gen.
Woyler in Cuba, Partly becauso he
drovo the Gubans into tho towns, wo
wont to war with Spain. President Mc
Kinloy declaring this "reconcontrado"
notcivilized wnrfaro; it was extermina
tion. Tlio only peace It could beget was
that of tho wilderness and tho grave.
Yet, in less than four years after thoeo
words woro written, tho McKinley co
lonial policy has led us on to doing in tho
Phllippinoj what President McKinley so
vigorously condemned Spain fordoing in
Nor is that tho worst. Tho later dis
patches from Manila tell of a policy of
oppression in tho Philippines which
goes beyond the drastic laws ot tho
Spanisii, wlion they, as our predecessors
ruled with imperial sway over those un
happy islands This oxtromo and un
precedented policy consists in making
treason punishable vith death, and in
defining it with such grim absurdity
that the people w ho aro lighting for tho
liberation of their own country may bo
executed as traitors by us who confront
them ns foreign invaders.
Treason I Is it treason? Treason
against what? Not ngaiii6t tlio United
Slates, for under our constitution only
citizens can bo traitors. These peoplo
nro not cit'zens. It cannot bo tronsou
against tho united States. Whnt then?
Tliero is no answer that meets tho re
quirements of public luw. Thoy nro to
bj shot as traitors merely because they
nro in arms against tlio Ainorican army
of invasion. It is a war uieaBtiro. This
may posstbly bo an effective way of car
rying on a war of conquest, but it is new
to modern warfare, strange to the prin
ciples of public law, ami abhorrent to
all our own traditions, hven in our ef
forts to aub luo the American I idians,
barbarous us oar methods of'.en woro, we
novor went tho length ol executing hos
tilo Indiana as traitors,
For precedents for this new mothod
of conquering our "pacified" Philippine
subjects, wo nro confined to Great Britain
in her wnr in South Africa. We have
lolt evon the Spaniard behind. But
with Great Britain re swap precedents,
Mr. Ohnmberlnin refers for precedents
for his South African outrages to our
exploits in tlio Philippines; and wo In
turn may clto in Btipport of our Philip
pine aggression? thooxploits of Kitchener
in South Africa. Between us we may
yot build up a body of precedents for
the imperial conquerors of weaker
peoples that would msko the rough aud
ready codes of the barbarous conqueror
ol ancient times eeom by comparison
like advanced leseous in moral phil
osophy, If it woro not for their own rever
elou to barbarism in tho Philippines,
the American people oould contemplate
only with horror ttie kind of warfare
which the British aro carrying on in
South Africa. As with ua iu tho Philip
pines, their govornmont roachoa uo
farther than their rlllei can carry
hardly eo far, if recent events iro any
Indication, Yot they, like us, have
presumed to declaro themselves con
querors. They are there, and they
intend to stay, as tho American tice-i
governor ol the Philpplues says ol us
with reference to that archipelago.
Thoy, too, have adopted tl.oj Woyler
invention of "reconcentrado." Thoy,
too, are killing for treason. But as yet
they are a little behind us in that re
spect. Thoy do not make traitors of
the enemy, as we propose to do, but
confine their treason killing to inhabfe.
tanls of Gpo Colony. With our Philip.
pine precedent to go by, however, theT,
aro most fre
quently to be
seen upon the
face, neck or
they are liable to appear upon other parts
ot tlie body, wnen tiisy oegtu to sprcau
ami cat into the lleih, sharp,
tmins arc felt ns the titiderlyinir tissue i9
destroyed and the tender nerves exposed.
Cancerous Sores develop Irom very trillini;
cntics; a carbuncle orboll, swollen ?lauil,
a little watery blister cm Uie totiguo or
lip, n wart, mole or bruise of some kind
becomes an indolent, festering sore,
which In time degenerates into cancer.
"Ton years ntro I
had a aoro on my loft
tomplo, -wliloh tho
a oanooroua uloor;
It would ltoh, burn
and bleed, then ectib
o v o r , but would
novor lieal. Aftar
takinir S. S. S. awhllo
tho Horn bofrnn to
dlsclinro, nml when
all tho poisonous
matter had passed
out It trot -woll. X
took In nil about
thirty bottles, continuing it for somo
tlmo after tho soro had Iioalod, to bo
euro all tho poleon was out of my nys
toic. Havo Boon no stern of tho enncor
In ten yoars. JOSEPIIUS ItEID,
Ctant, Audrian Co., Mo.
is strictly a vegetable
remedy, and, while
and healing properties
that no other medicine
does, contains nothing that could derange
the system. While cleansing the blood
it also builds up the general health.
If you have a suspicious sore, or other
blood trouble, send tor our free book op
Rlood and Skin Diseases, and write to us
for nuy information or advice wanted;
we make no charge for this service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
British also may adopt the handy ex
pedient of proclaiming tho enemy as
And why nro tho British maintaining
this war in South Africa at enormous
cost to themselves? Is it to eottlo a dis
pute impossible ot sottlomont otherwise?
Not at all. Tho Boora offered long ago
to closo tho war by arbitration. Indoed
thoy offered arbitration beforo tho war
began, Thoy havo even offered to closo
it upon Great Britain's own terms, pro
vided only that tho independonco of tho
two ropublics bo continued. But tho
British ministiy hasdcclined every offer.
Thoy demand unconditional surrender.
It is for that, and that alono, for con
quest and nothing else, that thoy now
carry on this terrible, disastrous war.
Disastrous Is n mild term to apply to
a modo of warfare such as that the Brit
ish bavo in thoir desperation adopted to
conquor tho Boers. In the mnttor of
"reconcontrado" alone, tho facta aro
appalling. The figures as reportod by
tho British press for tho period begin
ning with Juno and ending with Sep
tember nro ns follews:
September ... .109,418
It will be observed not only that tho
number ol deaths has increased month
by mouth, but that tho rato por thous
and por annum has llkowlso increased.
ino rate tor boptemoor, L'U4, is moro
than ton times a normal death rato.
It is higher than tho rute
in tho midst of n plague.
Whnt may bo tho death rato we havo
imposed upon our riilllpplno aubjocts
may novor be known. For wo havo gone
beyond tho British in this species of in
humanity. Not only do wo drive the
noncombatant population into towns,
as tho British do, but wo havo blockaded
tho Inland of Loyto, preventing the im
portation even of food, and tho inhab
tants aro upon tho vereo of starvation.
Wo are actually etarvlng womon and
children becauoo their huabandd and
fathoro refuse to surrender thoir
to our invading troops.
At first tho British spbko of thoir "re
concontrado" device as philanthropic.
Thoy aaid it was for tho purposo of pro
tecting tho Boer women, children and
noncombntouta from tho ravagea of war.
Butnow LordMilner, In a iottor through
his yrlvato secretary, publlshod in tlio
London Leader of October 7, admits that
this inhuman device was
adopted purely on military grounds, as
a means for hastening thooud of tho war,
, which Is. after all. thn flrxt lntnrnn nl
I tbo refugees thomeolves.
Tho military durdoso eervep by tho "re
concentrado" Ib to mako tho Boers real
ize that unless they stop lighting their
families will bo put into plague ramps to
dlo off at an enormous rate I It is tho
same motive that wo have in starving
tho women and children of Leyte. If
war i boll, what Knglish word remains
to describe this kind of war?
Frisco Dunlway the Portland blllard
player was yesterday defeated by Dr.
Burns of this city for the amateur
ohamplouship of the Pacific coast.
Brs tho ji Ito Kind You Hate Always Bought
Bipntnre -a yy
Soattlo Dick Burkman testified
yesterday that Kx-Chief Meredith had
told him ho would kill Consldino if he
lost his job. Other witnesses for the
do.'eimo were hoard alopg the same line.
cures Hacking Coughs,
Qrlppo, Pnoamonia nml
nil eovoro lungnfl'octiona.
wiiy inon viBi: consump
tion, n Blow, suro death ?
Tako wnrnlngl AH nt
oncol Buy a bottlo of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
a doctor's proscription,
used o vor 50 yoars, rrlco,
only 25 couta. Insist on
having It. Don't bo Im
posed upon. IlgfUso tho
(lealor'a eubatltute: it la
not as good aa Dr. Bull's,
Salvation Oil cure RheunutUra
the Intte r afterward, If yon havo tho tlmo nml money,
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THE FLORENCE SANATORIUM
flret-claea pilvato hospital for tho treatmont of rhrpnlo and aurclcal
pes. Iluilt the past year ospoolnlly for tho purposo for which It la
uaod. Conveniently located within four blocka of tho business part
of tho city. Tho moat modern furnishinc and latest annlianmn
throughout tho building. Heated by hot wator and lighted by gna
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phyeciana bringing cases in treated with tho greatest courtesy, nnd
assisted in operations if requoatodi For terms nnd further informn
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CARTWRIGHT, M. D. SUPT.
visitors Welcomed between 2 and a p. m
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Anyone wanting a healthy nutritious diet should try
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try glvo it tlio pretorenco.
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100 lbs. table salt $1 10
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ours U to 12 a. m : 1 to 4 p. m. Odd
Fellows' Temple, Cor. Court and High
treots. Phone. Main 2281.
Dr. Tacle Deal, assistant.
S. C. STONE, M. D.
Stone's Drug Stores
The stores (to In namterl are located at No.
23 and 333 Commercial street, and are well
stocked with a complete line or druts and med
Ulnes. toilet artkles. perfumery, brushes, etc-
lias had some 25 year9 experience In the prac
Ike of medlclae and bow. makes no charge.for
consultation, examlnatiuu or prescription.
DEMANDS CAREFUL CONSIDERATION
'J. hero sro two kind of edticntloo
R'nuiiuiii nuu urilRlllciHBl
nlio'uld bo icourcd
by ovcryono, becauie
irnayiioputto iiimiulokly Inoarnlnrja
iiiik (uciviuivi rvuiim iim
in fnrtnn tlr!
Tlio council nf Ilia CAPITAL itnciNmco
Wedoiiutitabblo In a llillo or overruun,
successful. Bend for caIsIoijiim.
VY..I. STALUY, Principal, Salem, Or.
Northwest Normal coll' ge
of Literature, Business, Music and Ar
Literary courses are: Collegiate. High School
Business and fieparntory. Full or partial ot
the mportant branches of Music and Art. Dip
loin s granted or Degrees conferred on comple
tion of cither of the above courses. Send for
catalogue or call at rooms In the Murphy Mock,
Salem. Oregon. A.J. Garland. A. M.. PruMmt
' 2 M I'urvln, Mu. Doc, Direct jr.
563 SALEM GAS LIGHT CO.
CAPITAL ICE WORKS
150 lbs. Half eronnd salt $ 50
1 100 lbs Half ground salt $ 95
AND 0TI1EU CEREALS.
A. C. Sueldon, General Agent,
Third and Stark Sts., Portland, Ore.
OPFICE, 01T7 HALL
For water service annlv at urtleb
Bllfa payable monthly in advauce
Mako all complaints at tho riffle o
Express and Transfer
Meets all mail and pasaengor traiur.
Baggage to all parts of the city. Prompt
service. Telephone No. 241.
DI6QTJE & HOMYER
B. I JONES,
WuCloik of Circuit Courtfor six years and bia
an up-to-date abatraotw all property In i.lDciln
county. r r iM7ra
Money to Loan
On farms and city property. Invest
ments judiciously mado. Insurance of
OfHco with Tinl f nn r ftnthrlA A, f!v
207 Commercial Street. 4-0t
Geisler Patents Co.
Chamber of Commerce Building
Secures and markets patents, model
making and light manufacturing. No
better terms or facilities obtainable
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9 a. in.
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Worth, ObiIh v .'l
City. A. Gun ' 1 1 V"
and Wat. Ulc,W
Through tlckota Enat via .11 ,
boat antf rail, via Portland,
OCBAN AND RIVER SCBEddi.'
From inni.,i UUB
IAU Mlllng datei lubjtcq
I. p m.
For Han Franclioo
Ball aiery 6 0;r
Wll 1 IMDTTn K...JJT
Steamers, witn umiKi.. .
. '""""I. Kivesikii.
Saturday at 7 a. m. For tndepeile8tl 1
and Corvallls Tuesday. ThnrjdVt.Ti.S
and Friday at 4:30 p.m. ''"":
Thrnii.l. f I1m u. .... . u
.. . t yi 111 rau or tut u
rail via Portland. Ticket offic. t. ' "
Dy throuch service to aid froa tit
prlaclpalcltleslatherollowlantitii. r '"'
IOWA ILLINOIS '
WISCONSIN SOUTH DAKOIi
Through Tourist Cars From
The Pacific Coast
... wgiA t'ALIF!
Connectlne with tbrouin truss for tO to!n
East, South and Souths
Fast and haadsxntty twlttti. ttttm-t
trains Dlnlm Cars, Dutttt UUvj en
Sleeping; Cars. Free Redlntnt tltkiCm
Send fifteen cents In sUmy fotJevif
the United States and tut (or t
tlculars regardlnt rates, , urrtt
etc., call on oral Jres j
142 Third St.
Corvallis & Eastera KaM
Hn 9. Wnr Vnnnlna!
Train leaves Albany lf-Mtj
'Prnln InnVAU (Inrvallli.... Win
Train arrives Yoquloa . ''
Ma 1 Pnt.nrnlntr
r.annao Vnmilnn OOJUl
Leaves Corvallls'.! 'J1!1
Arrives Albany iaf
No. 3 For Detreit: ,MilH
Leaves Albany ij
Arrives Detroit ..."" M
No. 4 From Detreit: ,..,.
Leaves Detroit -lfJ
Arrives Albany....... MJM
Trains 1 arrlvei in Albwj h
to connect with the 8. P. sooft w
train, as well MRMafSl
hours In Albany before i$W fli
1 North bound train for PprtUn J.
Train No. 2 connects with th ft ,'
weit sido train at Coryllis CrNW
points north to Portland
Agbnt, Albany. J
I" the only ;
The Great ygjjiSi.
Rock Island ggSJfc
go cbange via th World'. g
to line, maicmg cioau ----"aUi
no 1.. Union Depot for U P0""
..",.:" r r:..i '.iMnDf di
car betweea Salt Lake
City, Denver and CliicaKO.
Buffet, Library smoking
cars between 'ub,i"" . ,
bet .ol v;
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ronnnnnlilo "dllllM? Car
iblo -dminK car eerTiea u
and Ohlcau. WfSlffi hh
City, Omaha. De"0gjrri M&
nv Dlace east, yqa d ' .SH
caKo or any place iJAgi l I
quire about the Uroat I ",. il Ar
tWore Durcbasing your "".uy
IVUIlHlin IlILIl v
your nearest ticket 88Dl J:fwSil
write for folders aAdB"ygrii. g
Jesired. . Po,tIand,0t,
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Wednesday and Frll.T
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