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THE DAILY JOUBNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1903.
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I 7b Day '
I anc 7b Morrow 1
H Tho Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World. JM
BHHHH THE BAND IS THE SMOKER'S HHHV
Caught by Elevator.
W. II. Erdlso principal owoor of the
Coqullle City croaraory, was almost
Instantly klllod Wednesday ovonltifi
about 6 o'clock, whllo at wnrki
It Is not known, with any cortalnty,
Just how the accident hnppened. IIo
was on the elevator, and was trying
to stop it at the second floor, hut apt
parontiy could not do so, for It Btnrtod
down with him, though not vory rnp1
Idly. It is supposed tlint an he pawed
tho weighing platform, he tried to
Jmnv onto It, but slipped and foil
backward, with hlR head nnd should
ore projecting over the pit, and tho
uppor frame of the elevator .caught
him across tho broast and mashed him
so Uiat he died In a fow minutes, of
Phene: Main 20S3.
All I ask
193 Commercial St.
Over The Journal.
3 Traiis -
2 Daily Through Trains to the Beautiful Twin Cities fl
Minneapolis and St. Paul
1 Transcontinental Train Daily 1
. Northern Pacific Burlington Route ...
Denver; Lincoln. Neb.; Omaha, Neb.; St. Joseph, Mo ; Kansas City; St. Louis and all
points Bast and Southeast.
Only Direct Line to the Famous
National Park i
Your Baggage Can Be Checked Through to Destination. Union Depot Connections.
'North Coast Limited'
The O ack
Ills partnor, S. M. Noslor, was run.
nlng tho onglno, and Mr. Erdlso had
londod tho olovator platform, and run
It up to the second floor. Something
seemed to go wrong with the hoisting
apparatus, for Mr. Noslor had started
to shut down the engine, but hoard the
squeaking of the cnbles, nnd turned It
on again. The noise stopped, and, Mr.
Nosier, supposing everything was all
right, shut down the onglno and start
ed out of the engine -oom toward the
elevator shaft. At the door he met
his young brother, 'dene,' who had
lieon working at the vats, and 'Geno
told him to start tho engine up again
quickly. Mr. Nosier saw at a glanca
tho awful situation, nnd started the
AIOILEMCTMY ARGUMENT IS
who can do tho most and boot work,!
and cheapest, Is tho man you want I
Is n chanco to provo whnt I sny is I
nioro to your interest that you navel
than it is to mine.
tlie Job Printer.
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Train Of The Northwest
Assistant General Passenger
255 Morrison St., Cor, Third, Portland,
onglno as quickly as possible, but it
did not seem to lift the olovator on
tho instant, bo ho shut tho onglne
down, ran to tho door and callod for
holp, and ran back to tho olovator,
which he and his brothor tried to lift,
but were not strong onough. In a fow
seconds help arrived sufficient to lift
the elevator and releato tho unfortu
Dr. Russell was summoned, nnd ov
orylhing was done that could be done,
but It was of no avail. lie lived about
26 minutes after he was released
and was conscious up to 10 minutes
before his death. The only words ho
spoke wore, "Well, boys, I'll have to
lenvo you." Bnndon Record.
"Portland and Return Only $2.20,"
Tho Southorn Pacific is now soiling
round trip tickets to Portland from
Salem for $2.20, good going Saturday
or Sunday, returning Sunday and Mon
day, giving all day Sunday and Mon
day in Portland. Tho samo arrango
mont applies from Portland, giving all
Portland peoplo a chanco to visit val
ley points at greatly reduced rates.
W. H CO.MAN,-a. P. A.
For oysters go to Strongs Restau
rant. The Old Reliable
Dining Car Line
Excellent Through Car
Tho anual shipment of turkeys for
Thanksgiving from Roseburg which
has boen in progress for tho past
week, will end tonight From figures
given by local doalors, it is found that
the turkeys shipped from Roseburg
this season number about C350 head.
This roprosonts about one-third of
this season's turkey product of the
county, and a revenue to Roseburg
nnd vicinity of about $12,000. This
amount could have been greatly in
creased had thoro been onough tur
keys to supply the domand which was
greatly in excess of last year. One lo
cal dealer stntod that he could have
found a market for at least six car
loads if he had had tho turkeys.
With tho exception of a fow hun
dred head, which went to San Fran
cisco, all of the turkeys wero market
ed at Seattle, at prices ranging from
18 to 23 cents net wolght.
About 10,000 head of turkeys woro
shipped frim Oakland and a total of
nearly 3000 head from othor points in
tho county outsldo of Roseburg. Esti
mating tho wholo output at about 19,
000 head would roprosont on approxi
mate rovenuo of nearly $37000. Rose
Captain Mahone, president of the
Anti-Saloon Lenguo of Oregon, is in
the city, nnd held meetings in several
of the churches, addressing his audi
ences on the work being done by the
league. He stated last evening that
his organization usually employs se
cret service men to secure evidence of
violations of the state laws regarding
gambling and conducting saloons on
Sunday, but this expense was saved in
this city, where he had personally vis
ited soveral places where the law was
being violated yostorday, and that
any ono could satisfy himself as to
thoso violations without trouble IIo
caused consternation when he stated
that boforo tho ond of tho week ho
would, in a public address, glvd a list
of the nnmos of local business men
soon by him at the gambling tnbios
and in saloons, and ho would have in
disputable proof to back up his asser
tions. Mr. Mahono proposes to begin
a campaign horo to enforce tho laws
rogardlng Sunday closing and gam
bling, which ho statos, flourishes hare
as unknown in many towns.
THE DOCTORS AGREE.
Two Physicians Both Agree on the
New Scientific Dandruff Treatment.
Dr. J, M. Powell, of Spokane, Wash.,
says: "Herplclde has given good sat
isfaction in my family for dandruff."
Dr W. Q. Alban, of Walla Walla.
Wash., says: "I find Herplclde all
that Is claimed for It as n dandruff
cure. I shall prescribe it." Dandruff
Is a germ disease and you can't euro
it unless you kill the dandruff gorm;
and you can't do that unloss you uso
Newbro's Ilerplolde, tho only prepa
ration in the world that destroys the
parasites. A dsllghtfull hair dress
ing; allays itching instantly; makos
hair glossy and soft as silk. It Is a
sure dandruff destroyer. Sold by
leading druggists. Send 10c In stamps
for sample to Tho Herplclde Co., De
Daulol J. Pry, special agent, Salem
Millionaire's Poor Stomach.
The worn-out stomach of the over
fori millionaire is often paraded In tho
public prints as a horrible oxamplo of
the evils attendant on the possession
o fgroat woalth. But millionaires are
not the only ones who aro afflicted
with bad stomachs. The proportion Is
far greater among the tollors. Dys
pepsia and Indlgostlon aro rampant
among these people, and thoy suffer
far worse tortures than the millionaire
unloss thoy avail themsolves of a
standard medlolne like Green's" August
Flower, which has ben a favorite
household remedy for all stomach
troubles for over 36 years. August
Flower rouses the torpid liver, thus
oreatlng appetite and insuring perfect
digestion. It tones and vitalize the
entire system, and makes life worth
living, no roattr what your station.
Trial bottle, Sic: regular siae, 75c. At
all druMrisU. At Dr. Stone's drug
When You Want
Something to eat. just try Le White
IIoms. They can serve you at nsy
hour of the day or night.
Tor Infants and Children.
TI10 Kind You Hays Always Bougfet
I atcuature of ClaJV f&j'j'jtjA
V -W af "" W0mw -
That word hacking is expressive to
those who have experienced the aggra
vating constant cough, which is called a
hacking cough, feomctimca it is the
result of a cold, or of grip", and some
times it Is a consequence of catarrh.
boa gradually in
volved the lungs
in disease. Such a
cough finds its
cure In Dr. Pierce's
lung disease, hem
orrhage, and con
if neglected or un
lead to consumption.
For twelve year 1
wu a MifTerer from
catarrh nnd wa treat
ed bv one of the best
phyildans In the State of North Carolina, who
Mid the trouble had reached my tunc," write
Mr. J M ration, of Clotho. Tratmvlvaula Co.,
N. C. I Rrew worse eve'ry day until I tried Dr.
Pierce' medlcinea. WIH nay Dr Pierce'a Golden
Medical Discovery with one bottle of Dr. Sage'
Catarrh Remedy cured me, nnd to-day I am well
and hearty, and I will aay further that my
former physician. Dr. W. M. Lyday, recom
mends Dr. rierce'a mediduea to rac and to
others. I am sure your medldnes will cure any
case of catarrh that exists. I recommend them
If you ask your dealer for "Golden
Medical Discovery" because you have
confidence in its cures, do not allow
yourself to be switched off to a medicine
claimed to be "just as good," but which
you did not ask for and of which you
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
j Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only, bend
at one-cent stamps for the paper covered
book, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound
volume. Address Dr. S.. V. Pierce, Buf
falo, N. Y.
S. C. STONE, M. D.
STONE'S DRUG STORES
Tho Btoros (two n numbor) are lo
cated at Nc. 235 and 297 Commercial
street, and cro woll stocked with 1
complete lino of drugs and medicines
tollot articles, perfumery, brushes
Has had Bomo 25 years oxporlonce li
tho practlco of medicine, and no
makes no chargoe for consultation, ex
amlnatlon or prescription.
Is Btlll tioro, and as busy at
ever. When your clothes arc worn
and dirty, or tho buttons off,
take them to hor, at the Salem Dyeing
and Cloanlng Works. Repairing and
rollnlng; new volvot collars put on
overcoats; also four suits a month for
$1. Callod for and returned.
MRS. 0. H. WALKER, Prop.
195 Commercial Street
W. W. nail. R. E. DOWNING.
HALL & DOWNING.
Money Loaning, Insurance.
Collections. Loans negotiated for
ourselves and patrons on the ties
terms at reasonable rates. Tioga bib
upstairs, opposite Gray Djos.
State St.. Salem Ore?oi
vi it; t!JW Wtt-m,
ILB8 RU' Supposltoru
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iuuol rr Jl V MCU..L I trl.Darr. Tnn.. vrv
D fcntl'il- IjARTIH R'JOV. LaNCASTCR. M.
Sold In Salem by 8. C Stone.
Call for Free Samples.
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Corvallis & Eastern R Fl
TIME CARD NO. 24.
No. 2 for Yaqulna:
Loaves Albany 12:45 n. m.
No. 1 Returning:
No. 3 for Derelt:
.... 6M5 n.m.
Leavos Albany 7:00 a.m.
Arrives Detrol 12:20d. m.
No. 4 From Detreit:
Leaves Detroit 1:00 p.m.
Arrives Albany .. .." .. 5:55p.m.
Train No. 1 nrlves in Albany In
Urns to connect with the S. P. ?outh
bound trnln. as well as giving tVo or
thro hours in Albany before depar
ture of S. P. northbound train.
Train No. 2 oonneots with the S.
P. trains at Corvallis and Albany giv
ing direct servloe to Newport and ad
Train No. 3 for Detroit. Breltonbush
and other mountain rosorts leaves
Albany at 7:00 a. m.. reachins: De
troit about noon, giving ample time
to reach the Springs some day.
For further Information apply to
T. COCKRELL, Ageot, Albany.
H. II. CRONISB. Agent, CorralMs.
8 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILvjl
From Portland, Or,
9:20 a. m
8:18 p. m,
ington Bait Lake, DenTor, Ft
" mm. UQUOL KtQUl
CUT, St. LOUll, Chicago
(:80 b ''
8"lt Lake, 'penror V.
Walla Walla. I (,. XT"
8pokano. Wallace. Pniii
I'e.-oo p. m.
man, Minneapolis bl
Chicago, and Kaot,
" HOURS , 7a
PORTLAND TO CIIICACO V)
No Chaoie of Cirs v
OCEAN AND RIVER BCIIEDULtT
All Kalung datea lubjoct
eall every S dajn
ToAitorta and War
a n. m.
Steamer Ruth leaves Salem f
Portland and way landings on Tues
days, Thursdnya and Saturdays, about
Hm, M. P. BALDWIN,
A. L. CRAIG, AgLO.R.&N. Saleza.
Gon. Pass. AgL Portland, Or.
Offors a cholco of THREE gateirtn
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH
OMAHA, to Chicago and points Eut
Through Standard and Tourist
sleeping cars daily botwoon San Tn
clsco and Chicago via Los Angela
and El Paso.
Through Tourist Sleeper eats
TUESDAY from Portland to Calces
via Salt Lake and Colorado Sprites.
Through Standard Sleeping Can
dally between Ogden and Chicago.
Lowost rato in effect always st&IV
ablo via "Rock Island System."
Reduced ROUND TRIP RATES to
effect on July 12, 13, 15 and 16, sod
August 18, 19, 25 and 20; 00 days re
Do euro that your ticket reads via
tho Groat Rock Island Route.
Tho best and most reasonable din
ing car service. For information,
GEO. W. BAINTER, T. P. A.
L. D. GORHAM, Gon Agt, 250 Aid
street. Portland Pro.
Prom Tacoma, Seattle, the Ptttt
Sound, country and Spokane to Ml
souri rivor points and tho Southeast
tho Burlington offers oulck serrlee.
Through trains Soattlo to Kawu
City oqulppod with big, free cnair cari
standard Pullman sleopors, and law
but not least, tourist sleepers, cleat,
comfortable and cheap. , ,
Why not tako tho Southeast specm
vln TUlllnpn nnri Ihn TturllnetonT TM
can't do bettor, and you might &
A. C. 8HE-DON, Genersl AQent
IOO THIRD STREET,
O. C. T. CO8 PA8SENGER
and Altona leave for Portland MoDitT.
nlnenUy and Frluay at lu a iu.
Tiwftlay, Tburttlay and 8atunlr at7,
a: For Cowilli. TueaJay, TbutiJaj
and Saturday at S. m
For IwleKudeiH-e daily eieept Koiuity
Doek: Foot of Trsds 8tmt
M. P. BALDWIN, A0l
Capital Normal School
First National Bank Bulldlnsr, Sales
The fall term of twelve weeks 0P
September 28. Address,
J, J, KRAPS. Sales, Of
J, Brownstein & Son.
54 State street. UlenMtosherto
cald for Hides, Pelts. Wool. Tilw
and fars: also Iceaerel dealer ! "
Iron, Rubteraad Metals.
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