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? Its great cures recorded Jn'truthtul,
c" .inMnff laniroago of grateful mors and
for no oiu .-
.omen, constitute ita most eflcctivo ad
ding. Many of thceo cures aro mar
ines Tbey have won the confidence- of
the people? havo given Hood'a Barsapa-
,I1U the k1 Mle9 ,n th0 wor,d Bnd
Le made necessary for Its manufacture
the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's
LrBparillala known by the cures It has
Le-curca of scrofula, salt rheum and
-awna, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia
Md weak nerves, cures of dyspopsla, llvor
troubles, catarrh-cures which prove
Ii (tie best-In fact the One True Mood Purifier.
" ' ,,. cure liver Ills; easy to
Hood S PllIS take, easy to operate. 28c.
Another Successful School
The Last Letter From Our
Chester Hodges, of Cimby, formerly
a student at old WlUuincttc, was visit
ing old friends this week.
Miss Vera Good, of Portland, was
the guest of Miss Esther ColllnH this
week, visiting chapel exercises Monday
The regular Joint Y. W. and Y. M.
C. A. meeting Sunday afternoon will
be a farewell meotlng led by W. T.
Miss Ida Martin, who Is attending
the Portland Business College, but
now home on u vacation, visited our
school this week.
W. 1 Matthews has again resumed
that pleasant smile. I cannot
Imagine tho reason therefore unless It
is that school Is out but I fear this is
not a good guess.
One of our athletes Is said to lmvo
beconio provoked during n bicycle
race at tho fair grounds last Sunday
and "went oil on his ear." How
about that lit ?
Miss Myrtle Marsh returned Friday
morning from Mills college California
where she attended ii summer school
for young women. Miss Marsh wont
from Salem as a delcgato from our
Y. W. C. A.
The regular annual college prayer
meeting was held last Tuesday even
ing. This meeting was an informal
farewell to tho graduating class and
the occasion last Tuesday evening
was certainly enjoyable
The condition or Prof. J. T. Mat
thews Is reported as much Improved
and wo hopo the professor may be
able to bo with us again next year.
The present condition of tho professor
Is due largely to overwork.
Again the young ladles of tho
ueneral History class beat tho young
gentleman on general average The
average for tho last term for the young
gentleman and young ladles rc
spectively wero 89 2-0 and 02 5-0,
Among visitors to chapel this week
were neticed: Miss Elizabeth Ilolvcr
wn, Miss Blanch Bell, Ed Cherlngton,
Mark Savage, Mrs. A. O. Condlt,
Misses: Georgia und Adda Davenport,
Edith Frlzzell, Grace Pohle, Margaret
MMey, and Mury Altkeu, Edith
Since "Pug" Richardson has put in
an appearance on the campus, the
other boy's have lost all hopes of ever
realizing the materialization of their
ambition. "Pug seems to be a great
''lend among the young ladles and
fc made a very favorable Impression
A. G. Wilson, left "Wednesday, for
Ban Bernardino, Cal. where ho will
accept a position In a leading mercan
tile house. Mr. Wilson is a brother
Jo Mb. Dr. Phllbrook, and made many
frlendsdurlng his short stay In Salem.
Dell Halsley, of Stayton, came to
lem this week for a visit wjtb. his
wters Miss Alice and Joslo Balslcy,
noare students at old "Willamette.
UiSUndCrfitnrvl urlllla In Colo... Tr
Baliley alSO Visit Intr Hint. .lnTiortmnrit.
JJ the household In which he lspartlc-
Wilson Avenue, that has afforded.
.2we"ae retreat for the weary
his w,W attempting to translate
brol&ld LaUn wl? 1U algebra
wnnEi80"8 eeometrlcal pSzzle,
ewrthL a,most deserted. How
cllned SX ""dents that have re
SSSiX500 t"e,lawn will ever cherish
feasant memories of Wilson Avenue.
j T(Vnoriw.v l? lltccaulauronte Hun-'
jtlay and tlio I rut Mi, faculty, alumni'
.nnd MMent a, of, Wlllauntto linl-er-
IHlJty whl asfutnbfo In the Sunday
Vijhert'room of the Methodist church
, at 0:45 preparatory to marching to
the main ntidltorium, where scats will
be reserved for them. The baecul
aurcatc sermon will be delivered by
Rev. Henry Rasmus, of Portland.
The commencement oxuroNes will
occupy tho greater part or next week.
The I'hllodorian and Pntlodoslnn
literary societies held n Joint business
meeting Wednesday afternoon when
arrangements were made for the re
union Friday evening. Prof. Frank
E. Brown was elected athletic editor,
John Cochran was elected summer
librarian. All those having hooks
out of the library will please return
satno during commencement week
Tho prlzo spelling match will take
place in the chapel this evening to
which the public Is Invited. Three
separate spelling matches will bo
called off and the two best of each
set will contest for the two prizes viz:
$o for the ouo standing up longest,
glvcn.by Mr. A. N. Moores; and 92.50
for second best, given by Prof. It. A.
Heritage. The words will be pro
nounced by Prof. S. N. Brown. Tho
event promises to bo cntertalng to all
who attend the match and will nlso
prove Interesting, as well us protitablo
to two of the participants.
Tho X. M. C. A. held a business
meeting Tuesday afternoon. Tho
dues for next year fixed at $2 for those
who use tho gymnasium and only
members of the association will be
allowed tho prlvilego of the gymna
sium. Dues must be paid before
October 1, or gymnasium privileges
will be denied. Committees for the
ensuing year were appointed and the
association expects to accomplish
moro noxt year than ever before.
It happened In the natural philoso
phy class. The subject for the day's
recitation, "Light" had been thor
oughly discussed by.thc. profcssor,who
suggested that the pupils ask any
question on the subject that they
did not clearly understand. Among
the numerous questions asked this
ono. was neticed: First Student
"Why can you not see tho sun ns
plainly when it rises In the morning
as when It seta In tho evening?" Pro
fessor "You can, can you not?,'
Second Student'Trobably it is be-
causo tho young lady docs not get up
early enough." I supposo tho South
Salem lad spcuks from experience.
Tho reunion of tho Phllodorian and
Phllodoslan literary societies Friday
evening was n big success. The halls
gavo evidence of tho artistic work of
a decorating committee, thereby add
ing much to tho appearance or tho
rooms. About 8:30 President W. P.
Matthews of tho Phllodorian society
called the meeting to order. Misses
Doano Kitchen and Rita Rakestraw
played a dinicult piano duett quit
skillfully. The address of wolcom
was delivered by W. P. Matthews on
thonart of tho Phllodorlans. Llttlo
Miss Eva Coshow executed a violin
solo, displaying considerable skill.
Miss Marsh, who has Just returned
from the summer school nt Casadoro,
Cal., gavo an nddrcss on behalf of tho
Phllodo-jhins. Miss Edith Frlzzell re
sponded on behalf of tho PhllodoslanH
and II. Amsler favored tho nssembly
with an autoharp solo and responded
to an encoro. Rov. Belknap followed
with an address In behalf of tho
Phllodorlans. Rov. Belknap wns a
charter member of this literary
society and recited somo Interesting
as well as amusing reminiscences.
Tho program concluded with a con
cert by an old fashioned singing
school which was greatly enjoyed and
elicited much favorable comment.
JSioo Reward $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there U at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all Its
tages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con.
stitutional disease, requires n constitutional
trearment. Hall' Catarrh Cure is taken
inte nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of ihc disease and
giving tne patient strongm oy uuuis i'
constitution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much faiih In
its curative powers that they ofler One Hun
dred dollars for any case that u fails to cure.
Send (or list of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHENEY tU., ioicuo, u.
Sold by druggist:, 75c.
You'll bo surprised when you try
Hoc Cuko soap, and wish wo had told
you sooner. It Is made by patented
process. J tr
There's no clay, irour, starch or
other worthless lllling In "Hoo Cairo"
...,,1 nn rm. nivnii tt hurii the hands.
John Hughes. J tf
Piano Toneh. W. O. Nlsley, of
Portland, will be:in the city next
week to tune pianos. Leave orders at
nshnrn's Racket htoreor Willamette
ritoMMMt. Because the Vest ,
Bnd (or that little book, "Infant ;
Health;" great value to roomer, otm
& ...... j j uliu a
H. Y. CWHWHtwi m vw.
jjH mmmmiW " k B H H I aw 1 ILLY B
for Infanta and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know u,t ranc,
Batcman's Drops, Godfrey' Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and
most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine?
ftp Tom Know that opium and Morplilnc arc slupefylnj narcotic poison?
" Von iCnow that In most countries JntgsUtsare not permitted toselt narcotics
without labeling them poisons ?
To You Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child
tmless you or your physician know or what It Is composed ?
Jin Y011 Ktiovr that Castorla Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a Hit of
its Ingredients Is published with ecry bottle?
Ho Vou Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samnet Mtcher.
That it has been in ue for iicarly thirty years, and that more Castorla Is now aold than
of all other remedies for children combined ?
Mo Voti TCtiow that the Talent Office Department of the United Slates, and of
other countries, ha e issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
" Cnstorla " and Its formula, mid that to Imitate them Is ft state prison offense
Wo Yost Know that oncof the reasons for granting this government protection
was because Castorla had been proven to be nbsolutcly ItnriulefMT'
o You Kiiow that 33 average doses of Castorla are fun lshed for 35
ccuts, or one cent a dose?
Wo Von Kiov that when possessedof this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest ?
Welt, tlicwe H:ngn are worth knowing. Tl'ey are facts.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
"Comfort in travel?"
The 1 hrae is not an easy one
one to define. It means so
many tlilnr;. all so different.
It means fast time 'courteous
officials, fine tcencry 'smooth
It means warm cars in cold
wenther coo! cars in warm
weather clean cars and good
ventilation at all times.
Uuillncton Route trains Illus
trate It in an intensely practical
faOilon And people who travel
in them understand without its
leing explained to them what
comfort in travel" is.
Tickets and time tables at the
local ticket office.
A. C. SHELDON, G.A.,
TO .THE' '
Union Pacific System.
Through rullman Palace Sleepers. Touris
Sleepers and Freo Reclining Chairs daily
OUTLANJ) to CHICAGO
Our trains ate heated b" steam and la
lighted by Pintsch light.
-Time to Chicaco, 3 i-i Jays
Time to New York, 4 1-2 days.
Which is many hours quicker than com
For rates, time tables and full Information
BOISE tC JiAJtKJSn,
Agents, Salem, Or. J
R. W. BAXTER, C. E. 11ROWN,
General Agent DIst. Pass. Agent
3S Third Street, Portland.
OHt-HMJ1 size or bcmc
I has bn UK. Xtndanl for forty years acd
Is mora popaur io-uaj uua ni uui.
' .f..Mn rliAntr. tiBalLbiiil snd birmlu. .
I A UeUcata, tntUitile protectloa to tho fate.
1 "!:r'.;'K..ui'- urii fwf I
1 AT DBUaaiBTS Am FANCY STORES.
la.xsjiaif syK iw-
Pullman Sleeping Cars-
Tourist Sleeolno- Cars
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, l'argo,
Urand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Ilullc.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, Uoston, anil all l'olnts
East and South
For information, time cards, L'matis on
tickets, call on or vvrltn r&d
THOMAS, WATT8u CO.
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass, Agt
Morrison sl corner Third Portland, Or.'
Eastern R. R. Company
LVAQUINA UAV ROUTE.
"Connecting nt Yanulna Hay with the b'a
Francisco & Yaqulna bay Bteamshlp Co.
i Sails from Vaquina every 8 days for San
Francisco. Coos bay, Port Orforil, Trinidad
and Ilumboit uay.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or polntt Jwest to Ban
Francisce: Cabin, 6j steerage, 4; '"Coo
llay and Port Orford, cablr."6; to Humboldt
Uav, cabin 8; round trip, good 60 days, spe-
Steamers Albany' and "Wro. M. Hoag,"
newly furnished, leave Salem daily, except
Saturdays, at II a in., arriving at Portland
the same day at 5 p m. Returning boats
leave Portland same day as above at 6 a, it.,
arriving at Salem at 3P m- ...
EDWIN BTONE, Manager, Ccrvallis, Or.
J. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
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Salepn, - Oregon.
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co,
I'aliluinift r.vprevs rmin U1111 ilaii tietween
l'orlland and Sail Francisco.
S150 p. m
10:45 a n-
ar. San Fran.
Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
City, Wo dburu, Salem, Turner, Matlon,
letlerson, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent
Shedds, llalsey, llartisburg, Junction City,
Eugene, Creswell, Drain, and all stations
from Roseburg to Ashland, Inclusive,
ROSKBURO MAIL DAILY.
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Roseb'g lv.
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN 11UFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
between Portland and Cotvallls, daily (ex
Lv. Portland, A"r7
Ar. Corvallls. Lv
6iao p, in.
At Albany and Corvallls coanect with
trains of Oregon Contra! ,fc Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
41.1? n, m. L.v. f ortlanil
u Lv. Portland Ar,
. ' Ar.McMlnvllleLT
8135 a. m.
7:35 P. m
to all points in the Eastern Slates, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest rntei
from W.W. SKINNER. Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asst. G. V. & P. A.,
R. KOEHLER, Manager. . '
GLANCE AT 1 HlSiMAP.lj.1
Of the .Chicago, Milwaukee and ,St. Paul
Railway and note Its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Oraaha,
and remember when going east that Us trt'ns
am lighted with electricity ewd heated by
steam, Its equipment Is superb. Klegant
buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining; chairs. Each sleeplsg
car beithhas an electric reading lamp, nnd
its dining cart are the best in the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux.
urlous accommodations. These aro sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "Ths Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail.
road office will give yon further Information,
C. T. EDDV, General Agent,
J, W, CASEY, Trav. Tass. Agent.
0. R. & N. CQ,
TO THE. EAST GIVESTHE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis St'Paulnd Den.
ver Omaha and Kansas Clty.ftLow Jrates to
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May 17, 33, 37 and June 1, 6, II, 1 6, at, a6J
rlt V.UIII, J, ivvii;v, ,awi
WILTJVMFTTE RIVER DIVISION.
Steamers Ruth and Elmore for Portland
daily except Sunday at 10 a, m.
For Corvallls dally except ISunday fat (,3130
For Eugene Monday and Thursday at a:.
Lowest freight and passenger rates. Koand
trip ticket very cheap, 'tickets sold and
hsircritre checked through to all DolntS Wllh-
out extra transfer charges.
for lull uetaus canon uoin , !.
agents, Salem, Oinsm, or address.
Gen'l Pas, Agt. ftld, Or,
For full detah, fU---'
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