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The Exploit of Puaa Nui
An amusing short story by Ethel Watts Mum
ford, and illustrated, by -Jay Hambide, appear
ing in the Christmas Metropolitan Magazine.
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MAGAZINE
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2 Daily Through Trains to the Beautiful Twin Cities f2
Minneapolis and St. Paul
1 Transcontinental Train Daily x 1
VIA THE
... Northern Pacific Burlington Route ...
To
Denver; Lincoln. Neb.; Omaha, Neb.; St. Joseph, Mo ; Kansas City; St. Louis and all
points East and Southeast.
If Only Direct Line to the Famous
Yellowstone
National Park
Your Baggage Can Be Checked Through to Destination. Union Depot Connections.
TRY THE
'North Coast Limited'
ELECTRIC LIGHTS ELECTRIC FANS
The Crack Train Of The Northwest
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One of 12 short stories,
which with the 4 de-
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over
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for December
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PunusiiRR, 3 west acrn strbet, new vork
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Trans-Continental Trains
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A, D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passenger Agent (
255 Morrison St,, Cor, Third, Portland, Oregon
THE DAILY JfrURNAC, SALEM; hEAN, tUESDAYJV'ENIlfETf IfibJ.
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articles,
80 illustra
tions, and oth-
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160
Pages
More than
in some of
the35-cent
magazines
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The Old Reliable ,
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Dining Car Line
Excellent Through Car
Service 4
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TAGE RAILWAY
(Continued from first page.)
SHOULD ALL UNITE' TO FIGHT
THE REPEAL OF THE PORTAGE
ROAD BILL.
PREPARE TO FIGHT THE MEN
WHO WILL LOBBY THE LEGISLA.
TURE TO REPEAL THE POSTAGE
RAILROAD APPROPRIATION.
Tim editor of' Tho Journal as a
member of tho legislature fought for
consideration of this measuro at that
time and boliovoe It is of vital im
portanco to the whole stats.
This pnnor will light for public
ownership of tho state portage rail
road If it fights alono,
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Potato Figures.
Tho ostlmntod y(old of potatoes in
tho United States this year Is 214,145.
000 bushels, about three bushels per
capita of our population. Tho average
yield per acre was 81 busliols, which
is considerably abqvo tho averago of
the last 20 years.' In fact the largest
reported average yield was 93 bushole
In 1891; tho noxt largest, 90 bushels,
last year. Tho lowost averago of re
cord was G3 busliols, and there have
been many years when tho ylold wan
between that number and 75 bushels.
The largest total ylold was" last y-ar,
271,777,000 bushels, or nearly 27,000,-
000 bushels more than this year. It
Is not easy to see how potatoes can
be very cheap this year, nnd it looks
as If healthy potatoes, well stored,
would pay a fair intorest it kept for
later markets. But the factor of rot
must be considered in'tho proposition,
and that may oaslly make early mar
keting desirable.
The Excitement Not Over.
Tho rush to tho drug storo sitll con
tinues and dally scoroj of pooplo call
for a bottlo of Komp's Balsam for tho
Throat and Lungs for tho euro of
Coughs, Colds, Anthma', Bronchitis
and Consumption. Komp's Balsam,
tho standard family remedy, Is sold on
a guarantoo and never falls to glvo en
tiro satisfaction. Prlco 25c and 50c.
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Why do tho Now York Chjlgtians
so furiously rago over tho breaking
of tho Sabbath day by ungodly golf
playoru? If they stop and considor
for a moment thoy must bocomo con
vinced that to the truo golf player golf
is a religion.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
Contains Mercury.
As morcury will surely dostroy tho
senso of smell, and complotoly do
rango tho wholo system, when entor
Ing it through tho mucous surfaces.
Such articles should never bo used ex
cept on proscription, from roputablo
pnyslclans, as tho damago Uioy will
do Is ten-fold to tho gqod you can pos
sibly dorivo from thorn. Hall's Ca
tarr Curo, manufactured by F. J. Che
noy & Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no
mercury, and is taken internally, act
ing directly uponttho blood and mu
cous surfaces of tho ays torn. In buy
ing Hall's Catarrh Cure bo suro you
get the genuine. It is taken internal
ly and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J.
Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by druggists. Price 75 c per
bottle.
Hall's family pills aro tho best
Reduced Rates on Thanksgiving Day.
Tho Southom Pacific Company will
soil tickets at ono and one-third fare
for Uio round trip between all points
on Its Oregon lino account Thanks
giving Day. Tickets will bo sold
Novombor 26th and 2Cth, and will bo
limited for rotura to 27, th. All who de
sire to tako advantage of this reduc
tion can socuro tlckoU from noaroet
Southern Pacific agent on dates men
ttane'd. W. E. COMAN,
Qonerol Passenger Agent, 3t w. tt
For a good banjo, guitar, mandolin,
violin and Fronqh harmonica oall on
W. Calvot, 158 State street, practical
watchmaker, who wU soil you all
these articlos at rook-bottom pricee.
eod
When You Want
Something to at. Just'iry the White
House. They can sm-ve you at any
hour of the day or night
At th prwent rlm of writing Sport
Cleveland to Iwatly mgagd shooting
fluoks. Ittr oe he may gun for blg-
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Be Kind Yon Have Always Denghl
Bears the
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Are oftvi only hungry babies. They cry
I ret because they are ill-fed. The
iwdtny mother is sure to have good
rmbtes; babies that coo and sleep and
jfpjw. wotners
who use Doctor
Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, are
generally healthy
and happy, and
have healthy,
happy children.
"Favorite Pre
scription" pre
vents nausea,
soothes the nerves,
promotes the ap
petite and causes
sleep to be sound
and refreshing. It
gives a great phys
ical vigor and mus
cular elasticity so
that the baby's ad
vent is practically
nainlessi It is the
best tonic for nursing mothers, restoring
strength and promoting an abundant
flow of nutritive secretions.
I can cheerfully recommend Dr. Tierce's
I'avorltc Prescription aa one of the best medi
cine for women." write Mr Mary Mnnloclc,
Mimloclc, of to4j Woodnrd Ave.,Topelcfl, Kan. "I
skier It the bent medicine made I know it has
no equal. I am the mother of ten children nnd
only one living the tenth one. She is one year
old and la aa well and hearty ,as can be. She la n
beauty. Of my other babtcn, one lived lo be one
year old. but she was alway feeble. I tried dif
ferent doctors, but none of them could tell me
what my trouble waa. They said I was well
and strong. I was examined by aurgeons but
they found nothing wrong, and they were
putzted to know what my trouble waa. I did
not know what to do, no I thought this time I
would try Dr. Tierce's 1'avotite Prescription. I
took it the entire nine months and now have a
fine baby clrl, and I cannot praise your medi
cine enough, for the good it did me."
"Favorite Prescription" makes weak
women strong, sick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for weak women.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets arc easy
and pleasant to take. A most effective
laxative.
S. C, STONE, M. D.
....PROPRIETOR OF....
STONE'S DRUG STORES
8ALEM, OREGON.
Tho stores (two n number) ore lo
cated at No. 235 and 297 Commercial
street, and cro well stocked wltk i
comploto lino of drugs and medicines
toilet articles, perfumory, bniBhea
etc.
Has had somo 25 yean experience lx
the practlco of medicine, and no
makes no charges far consultation, vt
amlnation or prescription.
Your Stepmother
Is still hero, and as busy u
ever. When your clothes are worn
and dirty, or tho buttons off,
tako them to her, at the Salem Dyeing
and Cleaning Works. Repairing and
rolining; now velvet collars put on
ovorcoats; also four suits a montk for
$L Called for and returned.
MRS. C. H. WALKER, Prop.
195 Commercial 8tret
W. w. nail. R. E. DOWNING.
HALL & DOWNING.
Money Loaning, Insurance.
Collections. Loans negotiated for
ourselves and patrons on the tes
terms at reasonable rates. Tioga blk
dd stairs, opposite Gray Bros.
State St-. Salem Oregoe
PILES RUC SuppOSitDlTJ
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71 puti.'- fans, 10 Ct. SasibUi Fr. Ikl
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Sold In Salem by 8. C. Stone.
Call for Free Samples.
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Corval Ms & Eastern B R
TIME CARD NO. 24a
No. 2 for Yaquina:
Loaves Albany 12:45 p.m.
Loaves Corvallis 2:00 p. m.
Arrives Yaquina 8:20 p.m.
No. 1 Returning:
Loaves Yaquina 6:45 turn.
Leaves Corvallis 11:30 a, m
Arrives Albany 12:15 p.m.
No. 3 for Derelt:
Leavos Albany 7:00 a.m.
Arrives Dtrot 12:20 p.m.
No. 4 From Detreit:
Loaves Detroit 1:00 pm.
Arrives Albany 5:55 p. m
Train No. 1 arlvea In Albany in
time to connect with the S. P. south
bound train, as wall aa giving two or
three hours in Albany beforo depar
ture of S. V. northbound train.
Train No. 2 connects with th S.
P. trains at Corvallis and Albany giv
ing direct service to Newport and ad
jacent beaohos.
Train No. 3 for Detroit. Breltonbush
and other mountain resorts loaves
Albany at 7:00 a. m, reaching Do
trolt about noon, giving ample tlmo
to reach the Springs same day.
For further information apply to
HDWIN STONB.
Manager.
T COQKRBLL. Agent, Albany.
H H. CRONISB. Agent, Corrallis.
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8 TRAIN8 TO THE EAST DAILY,
DEPART
YOB
TIME SCHEDULES
From Portland, Or,
AUSTVI
raoii
Chicago
Portland
Bpcclal
SAO a. a
via II tin v
lngton Bdlt Lake. Dnr. v.
Worth, Omaha. Xanui
IJOpt,
Allan Uo
EzproM
8:16 p. m.
via Hunt,
lngton
Bait Lake, nantn V.
Worth, Omaha, Katuu
and Kiat.
Walta Wafla, LowiTtmr
Spokana. Wallace. Puiii
8t.I'al
FatUill
(.00 p. m.
rla
Spokane
man, Mlnnoapolli BL
Parti, Dalnth.MUwankM
Chicago, and East,
7:Mi.,
70
PORTLAND TO CHICAGO U
Ko Chaste of Cart v
OCEAN AND RIVER 8CHEDULB
. ivw a VIUKIIU-
Allaalllng datei mbject
8 p.m.
roraayranclioo
tiall ewry MJaji
p.n
Dally
except
Bunaay
8 p.m.
Saturday
or.m.
COLUMBIA BIYEB
ToAitorla anil War
Landing!,
D.O.
".Bno'i)
WILLAMETTE RIVER
Steamer Ituth leaves Salem fo
Portland and way landings on Tue
days, Thursdoys and Saturdays, about
7 n, m. M. P. BALDWIN
A. L. CRAIO, Agt0.n.&N. Salea
Gen. Pass. AgL Portland, Or.
Offers a cholco of THHEH galewvfi
ICANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH dr
OMAIIA, to Chicago and points Bwt
Through Standard and Tourist
sloeplng cars dally betwoon San rn
cisco and Chicago via Los Aniehi
and El Paso.
Through Tourist Sleeper esct
TUESDAY from Portland to Ch!car
via Salt Lake and Colorado Springs.
Through Standard Sloeplng Ctrl
dally between Ogdon and Chicago,
Lowost rato In effect always trm
ablo via "Rock Island System."
heduced ROUND TRIP RATES U
effect on July 12, 13, 15 and 16, and
August 18, 19, 25 and 26; 90 days rfr
turn limit
Bo suro that your tickot read ri
tho Great Rock Island Route.
Tho best and most reasonable din
ing car sorvlco. For Informatioa,
GEO. W. BAINTER, T. P. A.
L. B. GORHAM, Gen Agt, 250 Aids
street. Portland Ore,
Quick
Time
East
Prom Tacoma, Seattle, the Pag
Sound country and Spokane to M
sourl river points and tho Sotne
tho Burlington offers quick Berries.
Through trains Sodttlo to Kauai
City equipped with big, free chair carl
standard Pullman sleepers, ud W
but not least, tourist sleepers, clMi
comfortablo and cheap. .
Why not tako tho Southeast specttJ
via Billings and tho Burlington? T
can't do betton, and you might e
worse
A. C. SHE-DON, Osneral ABnt
lOO TJEIIIID STREET,
PORTLAND.
O. C. T. CO.'S PASSENGER
8TEAMER8
POMONA
and Altona Itare for Portland MonJaf.
Wednetday and Friday al lu a, m.
Tueklay, Thundayand Baturday at
m: For OunrallU. Tueaday, TluraJ.X
and Saturday at 0 p m
For Indpeudence daily except B"kW
attvio.
Deck: Foot of Trade 8trtt
M. P. BALDWIN, Act.
Capital Normal Sc&ooi
First National Bank Bultdfcsr. S'
The fall term of twelve weeks ok
Septemler 28, Address,
J. J. KRAPS. !. "
J. Brownstein & Sod.
CJC.ltn. IllfftlMtUSllpf
w!d for Hides. Pelts. Wool. TBJ
a..w, ww .aWMw
Iron, Robber and Metals
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