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Wo have made cxtcnslvo preparations
For tills Fall In tlio way of
Men's, Boy's, Children's Clothing
mid as a result of our efforts we place before
obur patrons a line of Fall Suits that have the
earmarks of the most skillful lifgh art Tailoring
and gives them the EASY GRACEFUL FIT so
much sought after and seldom found in ready-to-wear
Mens Suits $5, to $20, Boys Suits $3.50 to $15.00. Children'
Suits $1,60 to $7.50.
We also make suits to order from 510, to
THE DAM JOURNAL
UY HOKK1H HKOTHICHO
D'ly, Ono Year 93.00, in Ativan oo
Daily, roui Moiitlis $1 00, U Advnnoo
Weekly, Ono Year 81.03, In AJvnnoo
WAI LA WALLA BONDS AOAIN
Advices from Walla Walla Mate thai
tlio attorneys for Morris & Whitehead,
the Portland firm to which wasawardud
the fc0,000 of Irands Walla Walla Is to
Ihhiio to liny a system of water works
and build a systutu of sowers, liuvn
found a defect in ilio procccdliu's which
would make the propofed Iwnds worth
less. To euro this defeat, tlio city au
thorities proiKxio lo call another special
election to ratify a new ordinance Mor
ris fc Whitehead offer to p.ty tlio cot of
holding tlio special election and the ux
IKJiicoH of printing the iKinds, in addi
tion to tlio price they tlrst offorol for
them, provided the lxnidsaio awarded
to them after tho eclal election, at tlio
original price, without tho formality of
again making a tompetltUo hid.
It will bo remonilerod that, as Mated
In Tin Jouiisai. homo two weeks ago,
$1X1,000 of tluwo Walla Walla bonds
dmw4,'ii er cent interest, and f217,000
draw 0 pur cent, and that Morris A
Whitehead offered fl'.lCD premium on
This was tho Iwst offer received and
was niihuru near as good an tho terms
obtained hy this oily in her iMijiuIur
loan on 4 icr rent Isiuds at par.
Halem'sexaiuplohas been freely and
favorably commented on by the pro of
the date, and it is prnlstblo that this
has had something to do w Ith tho gener
ous C) offer of Whitehead A Co., ahovo
uoteil. They hail driven n good bargain
with tho city, and wish to keep tho
matter cinched, per Imps in fear that
Walla Walla might display the wisdom
to take a leaf from tlio experience of Ba
lem under a citizens' administration,
paw a different ordinance next time
and make It a popular homo loan at a
lower rate of Interest.
i , ' t
A TEST ON IMPERIALISM.
"Farm and Home," an agrioultunvl
journal published at Bpringllold, Mas).,
and Chicago, 111., with u wide circula
tion among tho farmer oer the 'entire
country, sometime ago made nuau
van of its readers on the subject of tut
jMineloii, nsklne them to mull their re
plica by M)slul card to a Hcrios of ijuos-
It Jo not lie la the painter's fancy to
Imagine prettier picture thtn that of a
youuf girl, with lint luscious with the
promise of love, half parted in the smile
of happy dreamland, The mind of happy
saaldrnbood la a clear and polished mirror,
which, when tho v, it go wandering into the
gkoatWnd of dreamt, reflect the imprea
stag of waking hour. If those iinpres
i are pleasant and palulcaa and )4ppy,
ate will amile in her sleep. If the impre.
atotu are tbose of a auflrrinz woman, tor-
mm4 with the special allnienta lo which
UN UMIHIRC VISU11 IB muiv wm iviui
la fM(lt by the line of utTciltig and de-
aaaiauiesor ims nature mini a
wnMaiifiir jnTimr maidenhood and forca
nabte BaaaVerbood. Ther IneatiaclUte hci
lalileiiboott and lorca
They Incapacitate her
in nr the tmidena of fife in auy sphere
of actio. Household, marital and social
tatUca alike are a burden to the woman who
la eooataatly suffering ftont headaches,
tMckMoea, Kaffrliig wiiMtium and weak
culaw draiava. ur Piem'a Favorite Pre
scription joIUvely, completely, uulall
iaffly etr troubles of this nature It
ianptuU health, Hrengtb, vigor to the dis
tinctly wosauu-ly organs, It fits for care
tret, healthy asaMcnhood, happy wifehood
abd tirKsMaj tpotherliood.
j jwvc wnm wTy wuw,yy V Hw r
van, jiwjr Hicuntuv w,,
; as roru. uiiiwj.e im.
dollars lor tiociora
at Mii uat do the
wrot, Mrs. T w wem
V , s I apain , Wfl
ii ..uJ waaUclM. a4
oave cent awurthof
W eommrncol art
tfAHuaioa and tin
I emut'. fuvorf
Mciul uluwny1 a4 ium4 three hottlca of
SntnM ktui4 wy whsre 4 ts Ju.t a I
.. i li uhkli .MlLiItfillrilulMhL Naw IbeLllUd
I k COMPANY
St., Salem, Or.
tlons. About 21,000 replies wore re
ceived, 10 per cent being from New Fug-
latidJfl er cent from tho Middle states,
10 per cent from tho Middle West, and
tho remaining 2., per cent divided Iki
tween the South and the far West.
Out CO jier cent of tho replies were from
"Should the Filllplnos ho held hi sub
Jcctiod by tho United Hiatus, or should
they lie allow ctl to form an lndeenlent
government?" was ono of tho questions
asked. Hach of tho live sections of tlio
country declared ill favor of Indoiten
denco by a decided majority, tho totals
being 12,520 for liidoiMunloncu and H, 1 1(1
"In general should the United States
adhere to or depart from Its former m1
Icy of noninterference with nations Ihi
yond either wean?" was another (ttos
tlon. There were 15,(112 In favor of our
minding our own business and only
:i,f 17 who Indorsed an opiKislto course.
Oregon's good people have many mil
lions more, but why have It tied up in
the state treasury?
The Eugene llroadaxo says: J. C.
Young was always considered a Mormon
from birth with Itupublluau Instlnoti.
Some of tho (H-opIo who rind Mr.
ICIiiould's editorials these days smile
audibly, and then tlier-i are others who
Retaliation on the Paris exponltlon
won't restore Dreyfus to freedom, nor
will It make honest men of those Crunch
Who mil say Oregon Is not all right
when she has a surplus of nearly
$1,000,1)00 lit the treasury for pin money.
Tho numerous ooniinunloallons re
ceived at this olllco itlttuiking the Paine
nrgulmo of the asylum must Ihi pigeon
holed. Paluo Is a back uuiiilHir.
Agulnaldo Is laying his men with
Filipino paper cuneucy rcleumahte in
three yours, and Unolo Sam's soldiers
will see that the natives get at hxtst a
good run (or thulr monoy.
The Dalles .Mounpilneor i "That mid.
dliwMhorond Pomllst pumr, the m
(intudo AiUtMMitu, has mx mergtsl Into
the Journal, a ltepublloau paisir. That
is (lie way all Ihero sheets go, changing
from uwdiitimt Itcpuhllciiustiistrahtlitotit
The Sacramento IWo wants n hiHlnowt
men's council uKsitodtotuke California's
capital oily out of the corrupt mire of
polities, Just as wo'vu done In Salem.
Tho iUnlllliMtioii teatk lo hot 1st, hon
ctyt 'Jd, ability: 3rd, ouurage. That'
a good platfurm for a good online.
Tho government uin no oxeuce tor
existence which cannot tecum and pro
tect ItsuitUsn In the fullest m was ure of
opportunity to weliaiig the products of
It Ubor. Oregouhui.
That is an awful slam at our present
system. IsSeott turning single laxer
or iitutu socialist; which?
Tho Standard Oil uompiiny Is raising
the priiiM of lt pnxluots, Thocouinuy
14 dolnu it regardless of the ixxit of pn
ducliou, bivauiw, prolwibly, Its presi
dent, Mr. Itockefcller,ncHl tlio money
for boino bimllivut Unitwt to wine
church or college under his oontrol.
Home mouths ago tho Paoraiuviito IUv
coniiuoncixl to agitato a eitliena' move
ment In that city for bcttei govvirnmeut.j
a la rniloin, and it's Ivlug lmukcd up by
tlio HWle. Tho Hoo is one of thoso1
piM) that' edltixl by men whoo.
named and repulatlous aro known aidl
it ul ways stands for (he right.
Eugene Uroadaxo; Indeed wc have,
Hrother Hofor, noticed the "enlarged
Journal" and with pleasure. The
Daily Capital Jochval has always kept
abreast of the times and now It Is away
ahead of any Inland dally In Oregon.
Tho Uroad-Axedoes not know how it
could get nloug without It. It contains
frequently u day later news than the
Orcgonlan and is more reliable."
Eugene Heard: "If the Sultan of
Sulu should decide to pay a visit to
Washington and bring his twelve black
wives along with him, It no doubt
would bo a little embarrassing. Hut the
president would necessarily have to en
tertain the tho Sultan and his various
families at the expense of the American
taxpayers. Not a few of the national
representatives maintain double do
mestic establishments, though not of the
proportions arrived at by the Sulu
Just before tho late Mipsourl election
the Chicago Inter-Ocean said:
"When the returns of next Tuesday
come in, wo shall seo what the plain
people, living on soil that camo to the
United States with the Louisiana I'nr
chase, thinks alwut the latest practical
application of the policy of expansion."
The returns anno In all right, the plain
people showed what they thought, but
the sight doesn't seem to plcasu the
Ten thousand brave Oerinan-Ainorl-cans,
at Newark hae formed an asso
ciation, and adopted tho following reso rese reso
luteons: Although wo are Americans of (ler
man origin, wo will do all In our Miner
to prevent a rupturo between (lormany
and America, yet In case of war butweun
tlio two countries we will devote our
means, and, If necessary, our livos, to
defend our adopted country, the United
States of America, and tho Land of
That's patriotism of the right sort
and no jingo.
Albany Herald: "The Hatchet, put
I Iclied In Forest drove, contains a couth
lug edltoral on the oversightof the viola
tlou of the law on the liquor tralllc of
that city. It charges its three drug
stores with lielng the violators and says
'how three drug stores can llud support
In so small and so healthy a town Is be
yond ordinary understanding.' It says
meetings were held to discing the sub
ject but were side tracked iu dicctissing
the evils of intent medicines and the
wrongfulness of hopplckiug and other
frivolities. It says for years the facts
havo been suppressed Isvause K known
tnat liquor was sold In the town it
would Injure the college, but within
thelasl six inonts the habit has been so
notoriously ohiii, tho attack made b
the pitsir Is thought Justlllable. It
calls the city council's attention ami
suggest that the law 1st enforced or re
pealed." Feed the Fire,
The food wo out Is fuel. If the stein
itch works proHirly It is transformed Into
health and strength. If It does not, then
come Indigestion, constipation, dysop
sla. blllousnims, laxy liver and kidneys,
and Hosteller's .Stomach Hitters is
needed. It will build up women as well
as men, See that a Piiivatk Uknknvk
SrMi ciivers the neck of tholxittlo.
1M Parker bnuight down from Crtmk
county a very oculiar rock, says the
AllMiiy Herald. It la a hard formation
and contain a nuink'r uf (H'tnllisl
acorns. It is a very liUcresting piece of
riK-k, and worth an examination
J a L. SPENDER,
WUcoutlu Infty, Im auMeusI uiauy )ivr
rroiu the naft of a nutrl lie has
fiiuud ivl.at nndilealie totell liisaioiy (or
the good of othvrvaterau itoaays.
"At Pdrnbury I was aututruck and
carrUd off the fi'U for dnd. LUr
rheumatism of my hetrt dvlocd at
a mult atvj phytlcUna faiUd to Mnefit
nit. In the ipring of N5 1 began uilng
Dr. M.W.' lliiit Cure and Ur. Mile?
Nervine sttJ now my health it Utter
thin (or 30 ycAri rxfoV
la sold by all Ururguta tin (uarant4
Sn,t liotlle tMueau or tuooey back.
Hook on heart aud uervva ul frto.
Dr, Mile Medical Company, Elkhart, lnt
W fir '
Catarrh Is one of tho most obstinate
diseases, and hence the moit dilllcult
to get rid of.
There is but ono way to euro it.
The disease Is In tho blood, nnd all the
prays, washes and inhaling mixtures
In the world can havo no permanent
effect whatever upon It. Swift's Bpe
sinecures CatnrrhlK'rmancntly, for It Is
Iho only remedy which can reach the
Ilseasoand force It from the blood.
Mr. Ii. P. McAllister, of Harrodsburg,
Ky.. had Catarrh for years. Ho writes:
"I could no improvement wiiaicyer,
though Iwaa conatantly troatM wltli sprays
ent InhallnK rf mulif
In fact I could frd that
each winter I waiworw
than the jfar previous
"finally It vtn4
uruuKii. wj 1117 iiu.ivv
that Catarrh was a blond
Ing over the matter. I
law It was unreasonable
to eapeet to In- cured hy
remedies which only
rchrt the aurlace. I
tlipn inin to trv
'rt . -
ew LDttles werp urea. I no
.iV..'i ."u.rfniilll Imnrorement (Jontlnulnn
llieremeilr. the dlieae was forced mil of my
iTStem. and a complete cure was the result.
Indrlseall who have this dreadful dl-eap-e lo
abandon thelrlocal treatmen t. which hasnerer
Jone them any itood, and take H 8. H rem
edy that can reach the disease and cure It.
To contlnun the wrong treatment tor
L'ntarrh Is to continue to suffer. Swift s
Specific is a real blood remedy, titul
rui-ci obstinate, deep-seated diFcnscs,
wlilch other remedies have no effect
whatever upon It promptly reaches
Catarrh, nnd never falls to cure even the
most aggravated cases.
:. l.ir..lv VcL-ctiiblo. Hlid Is tho only
blood remedy guaranteed to contuln no
Books mailed free by fewift Speclllo
Compuny, Atlanta, Gcorgiu.
To the Producers,
We aro now receiving grain of all
cln.Hf.8H at our waro houses at Salem and
Macleay, both buying and storing. Also
at other joints where convenient to load
on cars or lioats. Wo aro associated
with the leading exisirterson the l'aeillc
coast for export wheat. This alone
guarantees a market for that tius of
wheat, besides we are In daily ooinniun
icntioii with the leading commission
merchants In Portland ami San I'rau
i'IhoowIiIoIi cnahlot us to make a market
for all off grades of grain. We? therefore
solicit your patronage and ask you to
bring us In samples so we may act intel
Olllco 200 Commercial street, Salem,
up stairs over Central Telephone office,
and when hi the city bo sure and call on
us, and we cscc!ally Invito you to cull
at our ware houses and satisfy your1
selves as to our mode of hiHlness.
A. M. UiiMl'iliiKV A Co.
H-!I d I w Salem, Oregon
The palate is almost
tickled with Scott's Emul
sion of Cotl-livcr oil. The
stomach knows nothing
about it, it docs not trouble
you there. You feel it first
in the strength it brings ; it
shows in the color of cheek
and smoothing out of
It was a beautiful thing
to do, to cover the odious
taste of Cod-liver oil, evade
the tax on the stomach, and
take health by surprise.
It warms, soothes, strength
ens and invigorates.
r: inJ ti lldruifUit,
IsiW M i I i i i New Vo,k
The Question Arises
As to whether It nut lKtter to iuv a
little mom aud tret satisfactory optical
good. Wo sell the Uncut ipiallty of
glaswM, HH'ttiiiiM etc. and guarantee
them satisfactory. There is griKit danger
iu wmirtug near sighted gkisus unices
iromriy lined. e luivo a new inotluxl
and Invite all voplo w miring such
ghiSftM to cull in and llnd out if they are
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE
no statu DTnturr
NVtl- lilwtvbji (ipreuthat 1 hate takl Up
ami liuikMinded the following derlUl animal
foutKl runulng at larK within th (liy uf 8a.
White Mare. W or U )r old 1hI all aruuml
rUh about W,
Hi owner of mIJ aulwal en have thatatu
by pulac rurty ami pa) tat th hval
kart ami xraxs of taktns U) aad keviluz
e , sa.1 loiUfMlttUrwl rwr fi daja, 1 will
proee l lo dl th Mid animal at mblle aoo
IUhi u ku ldl in ivrdluan ho, 'i.0 uf ll
lt.l!Nilu, 8Hmlr IS, 1SK
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Chlltlreu.
n Kin. You Hava Always Bought
Sluuature- of 6Ur7i;
Kxhauitloo aitu ivaK dowa followt ar.
(ftsitut It by una Ur. alUca'.ScnuK.
VV .IKAV -..
0lrr Hft V . "sJte--A -
i-i'nnri,ir ii -rrr-iromrr-jH'saiBBi
Qfl BiBT OREGON WEffiLY y
Is issued Thursday morning
of the state the same week.
k $11 Weekly...
In two parts cnutJtlus all
nnd Slate News.
The Model Oregon Newspaper aiitlKumlly Journal.
Uniting News, Fiction, Literary, Hunch, and .Dairy
and Market NewsJIuJuUracllyu readable form.
An inde)ctideiil Assoulated
pie. .Semi for' samples free
Tmk JouitNAL. has the fullest report of the doings! of
the legislature and state otllcials, as well- ai Indepen
dent, clear and coiicImj eminent on all public matters.
Send a trial tub'crlptlnu.
IIORll rJ..l OS
lii'llinc to rend; all nn:ls
Important Foreign, National
Prei I'aper.for tliel'eo.
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
2 For Yaqulna:
Train leaves Aloany izisup. tn.
Iran caves Cor vails.... 1:45 n in
Train arrives Yaqulna
G:f0 p. in.
3 For Detreit:
Arrives Alhanv... .
. 7-00.1. ni.
. 7:10 it. iu.
.11:55 u. in.
0:40 a. iu.
7:25 a. in
One and two connczL at, Alh.inv nnd
Corvallis with Southern Pnclllc ttulns,
giving direct service to and from Now
port and adjacent benches.
No. 0 runs from Albany to Corvallis
on Mondays, Wednesdays und Fridays
No. 5 runs from Corvallis to Albany
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
Trains for the mountains arrive at
Detroit at noon, giving ample time
to reach camping grounds oti the
Ilreltcnbusli and Sunt lam river the
it r. IVIIUKS. EDWIN STONK.
T F. 1'. A. MHimue'
J.TUUNEU Aeent. Albany. Ore.
Leaves Salem nt 7u. in. for l'ortland
aud way landings every Tuesday,
Thursday nnd Saturday.
Tin. .Iiumnr hi, Itoftl mlllniMil Willi flrvt
class accommodations, IiivIikIIiii; an vli'smil
Unsurpassed for carrying both freight and
b'ock-Fcot of Stalo street.
Kl). N. i:iii:S Accnt.
Soo Pacific Line.
Travel in comiort
It is a
is of surpassing
It will pay you
For full particular? us to raid, time
and topics of C. 1. It. publications ap
G M. LOCKWOOI)
Agent S.ilem Ore.
II. II. Abott, Agent l'ortlaiul.
K. J.Coyle, A.O.l'.A, Vuucoiivcr II G
Orrgon Sliori Line Railroad
Tlie Direct Itouto lo
MoniaDi. Utali, Culorailo
anil all Eastern Points
(llvn choice of two lainrlte routes, via tlie
union rati be Fust Mall l.lnc. or tlio I
ItlotlrsndeSJcvnlc Lines i
Look at the tunc
Ii Days to Suit Lake
21 Days to Denver
111 Days toClilcauo
4i Days to New York
Free Iteellnlng Chair Cars, Pplinlteret Ton
il siwpitiK cars, ami ruiiinaii i-huiv .
8leters oiwruted on all trains.
Tor further Information applr.lo
1IOISK & ll.VItKKIt, Aiienl.. Kilem.
VV. E COMAS, lleu'l Asenl
a O. TKKKY. TrV, Puss AbI
Ul Third St. Portland
Tho Academy of tho Saeiedlleai-t
Under thodirtvtioii ot tho Sisters of the
Holy Name of Jcus and Jltiry, will re
sumo btudlcs on bcjitumlxir 11th for
yiHiut,' ladv boiirders und uleo for day
imidU, including hoys and cirl. 1'itruiits
aro wiructitly miuostotl to enter thoir
All alienee of more than two weeks dur
hit' the M'hohistic your, will iutorfcro
with tho conferring of certificates nnd
medals. The nuii-ic and art departments
nirnifii 1111 tue esfcntiais lor miviinccti
istiiily. I'rogHctiis tent free on applica
tion. S-?-' llll
Will commence in a few days. Do not
forgut to supply yourself with coffee,
teas, ItrtkiiiL- iMjiulera. extracts aud smces
at our fetoro.
We will give a barrel for hop picking
with a Two Dollar imrehaw, and yott
YOKOHAMA TEi STOItB.
TdB QREAT SALT LAKD OOT
The attent'on of eayKwt travw-cst u
callet lo the ad vania;n offer it Ih m b) ilr
Kio Grande Wettern, " ltie l.real r-ati air
Rome " The same rates prevailed nfe ,h.i
ihe tup t taa-e via Huntingm, cm aj l.a.
ctsco The patenter has his Choice of iwr
outes out ol rocilaad. three through Colo,
rado, and lour cast thereof. No other line
Mt of Portland can tlitr such a variety of
routes In addinoo, a day's suipot er u given
all aueagers t any (oint ia Uirh or Colo
rado. Thrvuh Hillmtn asd toaiut ker
ng can are iud on all trains, as -i a free
iccllnine cuair can. I be service aad c
cocamodatsoiu oilVied are equal, if sot u-1
nor to thoe of say trant-cootinettta) road,
nd ratejare i'i)mlow as the lowcar
If )ouconteiuf Uie a trip cast, wilt to
I U Maiue!J l. mtal Agent kkj liracde
fetnnk i ajf 14 1 bit J -urrel. PoitUo-l
Uie)f-a,lo(ajy in'otmai ja jou may need ia
refeicu" e to tales, route or accuiaodauoiu 1
wll lotf I
8 ii. m,
Salt Ijiko, Denver It. Worlhl "
uniaiia, noiieaa rtt , Hi 6 (", ,n
Lotils.t'litcaeo and Eont,
VV alia Walla. 8iksiic, Iliirie"lrfr
ntu.lt. Mt. Pnl llnliill. lilt I ' I
uunkee t lilc.iii and east. j H)er
I 6 :
tim-'av "(St C'Vmmm 'u'cr
l p. m
eau every ne unjn,
Vt ittiif i inviMi
O II. Ul.l LUIiUi'llllll lllllill I
ex Hun U1KAMKII-. It j, M
Baliir- To Astoria and way IjinilliiHn lextiuu.
wii.IjAMf.tti: itivr.it a"iVm
I'nrtlaiid, eberrf anil waylC p in.
uinaiiigs. . .vous
WILLAMETTE UIVER DlVlblON -.
Dally boits to Portland as aliore.
Transfers to street car line at Oreg 'p
If the steamers are delated there ounii
trip tickets to sllpolntain Orce,on. Wtrhinj.
ton, or Califoini a. Connection made at l'uit
land with all rail, ocean ar.i-mer llnej
W. II. IIUHLIlUKi
t!-n'l Pas. Apt. Poulard O
G. M.POWEKS, Agent, Trade itreet docV
IIOISK & llAHKKIt.
SOUTH AND EAST
m: sfksta Ront
Southern Pacific Co,
KXrHESS TRAINS RUV DA 1 1 V
7 '45 A
I.v...;l,ort'nrid . Ar 1 11:15
At 1 11:10 m
lv h:0., m
Ar, San FrnnciKo
0:05 V M
6.43 A M
8-15 r m
7.00 A M
4. IS ''M
Ar. Ufdcn .
I 10 I'M
6 45 V M
8 50 A VI
6.30 I u
9 25 r i
3 is r m
Ji 40 Am
H 4v rii
. . Chicago . , ,
. .Los Anelea.
' Pullman tint-clni an J tourist nleepuiB cars
attached to all throuch train . Tourist car
through lo Chicago without change.
KOSKLURO MAIL, - DAILY.
:a v M J .
Lv. .TTortlcnd . Ar 14.101 v
Lv....8atem.... Lv 150.ru
Ar . Roseburg.. Lv (7 'to a v
WEST SIDE D1VIMON.
nKTAVKKN PORTLAND AND CORVAI Lll.
Mall tialns daily except Sunday.
7.VJ AM "Ly. . . .l'ortland.. Arl 550 1-m
M Ar.... corvallis,. Lv l.'MfU
At Albany and
rains of the C & K
Corvallis con .ett
KXrRXSa TRAIN DAILY KXCXrr iUNIlAV.l
4SO P M
7:30 P M
M:3o P M
Arl 835 A M
Lv) 4 "jo A M
Direct connections at han hrancisco ti't
steamihip lines fi HAWAII, lAI'AN
CHINA. 'IIIEI'IIILLII'INE' aid ALS
Tor throuch tick t and rates call 0' W
W. SKINNER, Depot Acent, cr C- D.
tiAUKlhLSON City Ticket Agent, 132 Com.
mucial hL Salem Or.
R. KUKlll.l'.K, Manage.
C.MAKKIIAM O. V. UV. A. l'oil a.
You Can Get
a Lower Berth.
ltli one cxcnptlnn the through
trains of tlio Hiirlliiu'luii Itnuio
urouliuosl Invariably vvcll-llllcd
The exception Is tiur St 1'aul
UhlotiKo Limited. On the limited
there Is usually room untl to
Don't Infer that It l neltbf r
so lino, nor so fast, us ANY train
of ANY other line Letween St
Paul anil Chlouiro, On the con
trary, there Is no mure beautiful
train In America. It litis electric
llubl, ste-iui heat, wltleves.tlbiile
1 lie 1110-1 Mtlbfuctory tllnlmfci
service on the conllnont and
lower berth 'or everybody,
noti'l Ai-cnt, l'ortland, Or.
A Few Interesting Facts
When piHiple are contemplating a Up
whether on business or pleasure, th' y naWr
ally want the lest service obtainable so tat
as speed, comfort and sfety is concerncl
Employes of the Wisconsin Central Ui c are
paid to serve the public and our trains arc
operated so as to make clo c connucinni
with diverging lines at nil junction points
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair car
on through trains,
Dining car seifice unexcelled, Meals
a la Carte.
In order to obtain this first clus service,
ask the deket agent to veil you a ticket over
TUB WISCONSIN CBSTHAL USES
asd )ou will make dirert corneci on, a
St. I'anl for Chicago, Milwaukee an I all
For any luitker lnfo,malon call on any
ticket aent or corre.ond ith
General Pan. Aijent
G.b ta Apnt,
i.6 8la! Street,
No More Carpet Monopoly.
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Uat of laiu, ltS atut Utm .
IVia am kouinl la th lt Baikn
asl will Uu nisnupuly u.v u
A NEW HEARSE
JiW ad.eU tor tli rre at of Jtru"
nl ,Mir UiMlerUkuig Dtrliotil
Capital Junk Shop. 0
KwUrin Cast Iron, Wroo l.itr f)
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him toi. rubber, bag, hided, ja
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