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TKE RAILY JUfcNAL&ALBl.aN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1903.
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H A stranger in a strange place should remember to ask H
H for the Cremo. You can tell it by the band. H
H The Largest Selling Brand of
B Cigars in the World. Wk
fm The Hand is the Smoker's "Protection. H
Hobos Are Numerous.
Six hobos got Into the Id n Titos
day evening that ihy owned Staf
ford's llyory barn, nnd Marshal Bench
wan son! for to iloclile the quostlon.
Whon the officer arrived the tramps
vantooBod. They loft on soma otrnw
a Jnr Hint had contained blaekburries,
the men evidently having robbed
somebody's jilnco. Monday night there
woro 19 hoboH in tha city. On somo
nights Marshal Doaah is kept up until
2 or 3 o'clock watching thoso itlnor
unts, and seolng Uiat thay neither dis
turb or rob our citlzons. Thoro is no
doubt that tliuro should bo a vagran
cy law nnd a rock pllo In Woodburn,
Tho pxnmplo sot by Oregon City
should bo emulated here. The gentle
men of tho road do not tarry In .hat
city, am! It should bo seen that they
3 Trans -
2 Daily Through
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.... Northern Pacific Burlington Route ...
Denver; Lincoln, ISeb.; Omaha, Neb.; St. Joseph, Mo ; Kansas City; St. Louis and all
points East and Southeast
Only Direct Line to the Famous
Your Baggage Can Be Checked Through to Destination. Union Depot Connections.
'North Coast Limited'
jdo oot loaf around her,o. Woodburn
i Ind pendent.
i The influence of climatic conditions
Jin tho euro of consumption Is very
much overdrawn The poor patient,
nnd the rich patient, too, can do much
boltor At homo by proper attention to
food dlgostlon, and a regular course
of Gorman Syrup. Frao oxpoctorotlon
in the morning Is mado certain by
German Syrup, so Is a good night's
rost and tho absence of that weak
ening cough and dobllltating night
sweat. ItoatloBS nights and the ex
haustion duo to coughing, tho great
est dangor and droad of tho consump
tive, can bo prevented or stopped by
taking German Syrup liberally and
rogularly. Should you bo ablo to go
to a warmor clime you will find that
Trains to the Beautiful Twin Cities 2
Minneapolis and St. Paul
1 f Transcontinental Train Daily 1
Train Of The Northwest
Assistant General Passenger
2BHIorrlson St, Cor Third, Portland,
of the thousands of consumptives
there, the few who are benefitted and
regain strength nre those who use
German Syrup. Trial bottle, 25c; rog
ular size, 7Cc. At all druggists. At
Dr. Stone's drug stores.
Freaks In French Village.
Tho strangest village In the world
Is undoubtedly tho little hamlet of
Jatto, iear, Culoz, Franc,. not far
from tho -Italian frontier, whore dwell
about 200 doformed men, women and
children who In Paris go by tho naiuo
of "Culs-do-Jatte." Thoy aro deprived
of the uso of thoir legs nnd thighs,
these being withered and stunted,
and push themselves along In prlml
tivo woodon carts with wooden
whoels, which they propel by means
of a flat Iron-shaped block of wood
In either hand. Tlt-Dlts.
The Old Reliable
Dining Car Line
Excellent Through Car
. Mud At .
All Right to Skin
Citizens Who Are
But it Is Personal Abuse
to Tread on the Toes
of Political Man'
Editor Jeurnal: Of course it is all
right to sail in and plug It to Colonel
E. Hofor, which isn't personality
when it conies from certain sourcos,
but if tho Colonel dhros to defend
his own good name, then the cry is
raised that personality Is the isauo,
and that everybody who thinks as the
Colonol doos Is wrong. Tho facto of
the business nro that tho' Hon. E. Ho
for is just a llttlo bit tho best man
with tho pon when It comos to all
round campaigning, and forgottlng
this fact, tho Citlzons push pross
commlttoe laid thcmsclvos open by
an opening gun of nothing else but
ridicule and abuse, to their loud nnd
public sorrow. Thoy are now demand
ing a cessation of personality. Thoy
got only what was doserved No
personality was indulged from Re
publican headquarters until tho fire
was drawn by ungentlomanly crlti
cism from tho opening columns of
tho Citizens' push press committee
through columns hired for that pur
pose. What els 'did they exptct?
People living In glass houses are lia
ble to got n window light broken out
whon they attnek a neighbor passing
by tho house peaceably. Tills les-
wn waa probably needed nnd there
fore was well givon.
Then it Is. agnln, all right to skin
Hal Pntton, and to bring boforo tho
public some of his private business,
nnd which nro woll known to include
tho wishos and offorts of his house
hold, nnd whon this Is mot and re
buked, thon we find that tho pointed
pon of Colonel E. Hofor sticks in too
deop into the facts of tho case. Whon
you nro afraid of being attackod.
don't innko the mistnko of attacking
others who are as good, if not bottoi
It is notlconblo also that tho edi
torial comment drawn when tho Re
publican press commlttoe nnswor tho
nttacks on Its personality, was not
excite' nor provoked whon tho open
ing gun of the Citizens' lonsed col
umns pourod In a doodly and wither
ing fire upon tho personalities of Mr.
Hofcr nnd Mr. Patton. Why did not
this porsonnl attnek bring out tho
editorial comment, which tho replloa
to these articles did? Is It pcsjlble
there lurks some little personal en
mity of ife own?
Tho Republican press committed
goeo on record and still Insists upon
high nnd just Issues and without per
sonallty. Nobody can chnrgo the Re
publican press commlttoo with start
ing any campaign of personality. Tho
"sun dnnco and Hootonsky war-whoop
hold on State street." followed by
personal montlon is the real source
for nl tho personality thus far in
dulged. Why don't thoso dealrlne to
comment or editorialize begin with
the real cause?
As was expected, tho personal ele
ment mths bound to en tor this cam
paign. Tho Republican press re
frained from it until in open attack
they wore com polled to reeent it.
which any American eltlien has both
the right nnd Inclination to do.
To thoae who threw the first mud
lolongB the centure, nnd thoy are
flrat to call enough when they get It.
We offer one hundrod dollars re
ward for any case of oaterrh that
cannot, be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. P. J. CHBNBT & CO.,
We, the undersigned, have known
P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years.
and believe him perfectly honorablo
in all business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tion made by their firm.
WBST & TRUAX. Wholswale Drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
WARDING. KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggi-, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takes inter
nally; acting dlraotly upon the blood
and raucous surfaces of the system.
Tdstlaionlala sent free. Price 7Se
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Pamily Pills are the boat.
o .a. s x o as. X.A. ,
Not Rare, but Common All Kid
ney Discnso Is Dright's Dlscuso
The 8th to IOth Month It Be
comes Clfr-onta and Incurable by
All Known Means Except tho
new Fnlton Compounds, which
Record 87 of Recoveries.
We hara before us llttlo work on hMne.-r
atsesics by JosophK. Ednnrdi. M. D., of riUlo
Aslpbls, that contains some things that ercry
one ought to know. Many people lmagint
Urlchl's Disease is rare, when, In foot, It
rot-jrs the whole gamut of kidney Jlene.
TbU booK sets out Hint "hoMdLiyn i uv. ,t
one (uuwtton. r.z., tho diminution of the Viieo
and waiite pruduuls, uud Uiut ull Interfere m-cs
with i hut futioilou lira called Dright's Dlneuso
I).-. Kdvrurd adds: "For too benofltor phynl
rlsns who may read this booh I will giro a tl-t
at the cu e which 1 attribute to Drlsut'i
Oongeatlon of the Kidney,
IMencratlon ol the Kidney.
1'nttT Deccuerutlon of tbelCtdnoy.
Inflammation or the Kidney.
Ulseone of the Kidney "
Thun, all kidney disease being Bright' Dis
ease, the senoui question Is. Is It nv'ilo of
chronic? In other words, is It In the pr.inorj or
secoudarr stage! After the olgth to t'-nth
month It becomes chtonla and Is thot. lncuraMa
by all known moans except the Kultou t;tn
pounds The kidneys nre not sensitive. Thero
U ofu-n no notice of the trouble till It hut
alrouity fmtoned. If yon have kidney dleeaio
In tho tlrst stntto the Tlenal Compound ulll euro
It quickly. It It la of more than 8 to lOuionibs
standing It la tbo only thing known that will
euro It In proof that notiilng el bo will we Lite
nil inudlcnl works ks or ldenoe that to this time
them has neon nothing that' cures Cbronio
llrlgbt's Disease. The stockholdersof tbo J the
J Fulton Co , business Md pmfenloi.nl men ol
Bun Francisco, aro tho first people In the world
to announce n positive cure, prrsentlng a
definite percentage of reoovcrlM 187 per oont),
auJ giving out the lists of the cured, all among
purely cbronio, welMnfinod cases. If jou h.ao
any hind of kidney trouble, there Is only one
thing to take. The Renal Compound for Urlvhi'i
Dlsdaso Is tt: for Diabetes, II 60 John J Fultuo
Ui . 409 Waahltgton ktreet. San Frnnrisei,
sole compounders. Free analyses for patients,
lltcphlui Ire. We are thj sole agents.
Palace Pharmacy, 118 8Ute St
S. C. STONE, M. 0.
STONE'S DRUG STORES
Tho .stores (two 'n number) are le
cated at No. 235 and 297 Comracrr-la
street, and are well stocked with t
complete line of drops and raodlclnei
toilet articles, perfumery, brush
Has had some 25 years oxpe'rlonce u
tbo practice of medicine, and no-
makes no chances tor consultation. i
axnkiatJon nr prtorivion
Is Btlll here, and as busy as
ever. When your clothes are won
and dirty, or the buttons oS
take them to her, at the Salem Dyolnr
and Cleaning Works. Repairing and
roUninic; new TelTOt coUara put o
orercoaU; also four suits a montb for
SI. Called for and returned.
MRS. C. H. WALKER, Prop.
195 Commercial Street
uCTv Vrtii.l ajiil (Jalr GmiIn
TVj" .,i?." ' l4l. UniiM
U IKO lit ll.l.l ,Mt4UU klH fMUl
nikUMrinn TliaKtJir. SUfH
l)Hrm Mnalraltsa h! lall
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tr ithll. K,UUIitMlHUh S04kr
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Sold In Salem by 8. C. Stone.
Call tat Free Samploa.
Corval lis & Eastern R R,
TIME CARD NO. 24.
No. 2 for Yaqulna:
Leaves Albany 12;45p, m,
Leares Conrallls 2:00 p.m.
Arrives Yaqulna 6:20 p.m.
No. 1 Returning:
Lcvres Yaqulna 6:45 a.m.
Leaves Corvallis ...... .11:20 a.m
Arrives Albany 12:15 p.m.
No. 3 for Derelt:
Leaves Albany 7:00 a.m.
Arrives Dotrol 12:20 p.m.
No4 From Detreit:
Leaves Dotrolt 1:00 p.m.
Arrives Albany 5:55 p.m.
Train No. 1 arlves In Albany in
time to connect with the S, P. outb
bound train, as well a3 giving two or
three hours in Albany before depar
ture of S. P. northbound train.
Train No. 2 connects -with the 8.
P. trains at Corallis and Albany giv
ing direct service to Newport and ad
Train No. 3 for Detroit, Breitenbush
and other mountain resorts leave
Albany at 7:00 a, m., reaching De
troit about noon, dying ample time
to re&aa the SprlnjjB same day.
Pr furUer infonnatkm apply to
T COCKRHLL. Agent, Albany
H H. CRONISB. Agent, CorvaUis.
so bhiqs Pacific
3 TRAIN8 TO THE EAST DAILY,
From roruaod, Ur,
1-20 a. m
via Iluii k
Ington " Atlantic"
B:lo p. m.
til lion i
Bait Lake. Denver, Ft
Cltr, lit. Lou Is, Chicago
4 10 p El
(Mi Lake. Denver Fl
Worth, Omaha, Kansas,
Cltr, 8W Uuls. Chicago
SAO p. m.
Walla Walla. Lewlxnn.
Bpokano, Wallace, Pall-
man, Minneapolis at.
Chicago, and ast.
7f "" HOURS v 7A
J PORTLAND TO CIIICACO U
no Ctuaie of Cars
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDUlfc
Ml salting dates subject
tiajl uvery & dayi
ToAtlorla and Way
Steamer Ruth leaves Salem fw
Portland "and wny landings on Tue-
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, about
7 a. m. M. P. DALDWIN
A. L. CRAIO, Agt.O.R.&N. Salem.
Gon. Pass. AgL Portland, Or.
Offors a choice of THREU cutaway,
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH or
OMAHA, to Chicago and ponU J&uL
Through Standard and Tourist
sleeping cars daily between Baa iraa
clsco and Chicago via Los Ansclo
and El Paso.
Through Tourist Slseter tach
TUESDAY from Portland to Caiesgo
via Salt Lake and Colorado Springs.
Through Standard Sleeping Owi
dally between Ogden and Chicago.
Lowest rate In effect always avail
able via "Rock Island System."
Reduced ROUND TRIP RATES In
offoct on July 12, 13, 15 and 16, and
August 18, 19, 26 and 26; 90 days re
Do Buro that your ticket reads via
the Great Rock Island Route.
The beat and most reasonable din
ing car aorvlco. For Information,
GEO. W. BAINTER, T. P. A.
L. B. GORHAM, Gen Agt, 260 Ald
street, Portland Ore.
From Tacoma, Seattle, the Pugrt
Sound country and Spokane to Ml
Eoori river points and the Southeast
tho Burlington offers quick serrio.
Through trains 8eattle to Kansas
City equipped with big. free eaair earl
Btandard Pullman sleepers, an lw
bnt not least, tourist sleepers, eleaa,
comfortable and cheap.
Why not take tho Southeast sptwll
via Billings and the Burlington? Too
can't do betten, and you might do
A. C. SHE-DON, General Agent
lOO THIRD STRE-ET,
O. C. T. CO.'8 PASSENGER
and Altoaa leave tax Tortlsail, MonJsj
Wcdoeitiay and frloay at 10 a, m.
Tuetday, Thundsy and Bsturdy ats
Bt For CorvallU, Ttieadsy, Tburrfsy
and Satuiday step ra
For Xndepeadecce daily eieept Banday
at p. m.
Deck: Foot of Trade trt
M. P. BALDWIN, Agt
Capital Normal School
First National Bank Bulldlntf. Sle
The fall term of twelve weeks ope
Sectember 28, Address,
J. J. KRAPS. Sales. 0'
J. Brownsteln & Son.
54 State street. Behest casb prk
caldforHldea. Pelts. Wool. Taiwj
asdfsirs: alsoeaeral dealer la w
iron, Rubber aad Metals.