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DAILY CAPiTAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1903
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by a cigar ilWfnfiW
and a man MjHwlBFm
gl!ls 27t? 2? w ;? Smoker's Trotectton,
of the Game
MRS. ELLERTON BOYD QUINCY.
MISS MAY ELIZABETH QUINCY.
Tuesday, Octobor sixth,
from four until six o'clock.
My dear Mr. Choney: Will you
tnko dlnnor with us vory Informally
Monday ovonlng? With your people
not yot returned from Europe, that
groat houio must ho very lonely. I
think wo shall manago a littla thoatro
party In tho ovonlng, which puts dln
nor nt 7 o'clock. Cordially youre,
MARGARET MATTISON QUINCY.
' A Bin Dsal:
Porhnps tho largest business donl
eror consummated hare was arranged
Monday oyonlng In Roseburg, whon
Fred J. Blakoly and his assoclntos In
tho Orogon Boom aim Timber Com
pany purchased the big wator and
electric plants of tht Roseburg Wator
and Light Company, nt Winchester,
and tho Douglas Electric and Water
Company, at Roseburg, together with
all tholr appurtenances. The consid
eration for tho Winchester plant was
$126,000, and the Roaebtirg plant ?G0,
O00. Roseburg Review.
nnl arduoiM work of his new duties.
Mr, Birkers will go to Pendleton
where he has purchased a hotel, and
Ills fntnllv in nnw thnro Tin Innvno
reform school arrived nt that Instltu. J mnny fr,ondg lM0 who rogret to BOe
him leave, and ospeclnlly in vlow of
Getting Ready to Change.
Hon. N. II. Loonoy, ot Jefferson, re
cently olectod superintendent of the
tlon last night from his homo near
Jefferson, and will spend tho next
few days at the placo familiarizing
himself with the duties, beforo as
suming charge on New Years. Supt.
II. E. Bickers, the retiring suporln
tondent, Is doing all ho enn to make
the change as ensy for all concernod
as possible, and is aiding Mr. Looney
In overy way possible, In securing a
good understanding of the Intricate
D. S Bentley.
the excollent record mr-.de by him at
the school during his many years of
Wholesale and Itcfall.
Roche Harbor Lime. Alsen Cement,
Lath and Shingles. Sand and Gravel
And all Kinds of Building Material. All Kinds of Heavy llaullntr and Transfer
Work done on short notice
Emperor Took a Tumble,
London, Dec. 30. Tho dispatches
this morning confirm the roport that
Emperor Franz Josof was painfully
Injured' yesterday by falling down
tho steps, whon visiting his daugh
ter. Little -credonco is glvon the re
port that he had a stroko of paralysis,
and he is much Improved today. Ha
arose at the usual hour, and oxpecta
to hold an audlonco tomorrow.
Must Answer at Once.
London, Dec. 30. The Central
News today again maintains tho accu
racy of its roport that Japan placed a
time limit on Russia, and won't con-
My dear Mr. Cheney: We nro runn
ing away Into the country for a little
taito of fall beforo wlater fairly soU
In. Will you mnko our last ovon
lng in town pleasant by taking
dlnnor with us. This Is so Informal
that no reply is necessary. Just drop
In on your way up. Aud do plan to
run down nnd stay with us for a fow
days while wo are rustics. Most
MARGARET MATTISON QUINCY
Thnt Is What tho BooUm Say ot
Chronic Khlnoy Dlocasc, But
tho New Fulton Compounda
IIuvc a Accord of 87 ot Rccov
erics Among Chronic Caoco In
curable by All Other Modlcinco.
My dear Mr. Choney: Mamma
wishes mo to wrlto for hor and ask
you to stay with us over Sunday. The
country Is so beautiful Just now, and
It is vory pleaaant Indood. Mamma
says thoro Is no formality about our
life hero, and that you nro to coma
for merely a good time. Sho says
thoro will bo nlmost no other people.
MAY ELIZABETH QUINCY.
181-183 Commercial Street, I aider any reply aftor January 10th.
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jjS A remarkable story of WwmMSJ2 ta'e t'iat w'" appeal ' S
4H the killing of a Majestic YliPlwiv to lvers f t'ie uumb $g
Wm Bull Moose, written by )Pi( inhabitants of the forest, R
1$ the naturalist - author, IXSu ns we" ns to tnosc w iKy
Bfl , Charles G. D. Roberts. fvtWI follow them with a gun. j&ft
My doar Mr. Cheney: Thank you
for the roses. It seems vory tame
here since our little house party
broko up. You left Monday and
Cousin Amanda and hor llttlo boy
Vont tho noxt day, so wo aro quite
alone. Mamma says wo return Sat.
urdny. Sho asks mo to toll you that
I am to bo allowed to try a now
chafing dish reclpo for Sunday night
tea, and sho says thnt sho will glvo
you a middlo contury tost for bravory
by asking you to come- and parfakq
of tho rosults. But still I really can
cook, and I shall not bo at all afraid
to havo you como Sunday night. Tho
ro3ea aro porfectly lovoly. Vory sin
MAY ELIZABETH QUINCY.
My doar Mr. Choney: No, I wni
no. really angry with jou last night,
aftor I got to thinking it over nnd
after your noto enmo this morning.
I told mamma somothlng of it, nnd
sho said It was not vory nlco of mo
to bo away with you so long In the
den, and that sho felt I was a llttlo
to blame. I am not quite ready to say
that, but I am not angry any more.
How could I be with those great
roses nnd the lovely little box of
violets that I didn't find until the
very Inst. Mamma says one of her
men has dropped out In a stupid
grown-up dinner for tonight, nnd she
wondert if you would bo good onough
to come, although It will bo dull for
you. There is nobody under 50 ox
cvpt.'me. Most cordially yours,
Druggists know that kidney dlncnso that h'ti
burnt on uib'hk or ton months has bucome chroi.li
and that It Is then regarded by physlolons ai
Incurable and that up to tho adrent o( tin
Fulton Compounds that nothing on thclrshelvci
would touch It. It Is a proTen faot that nearly
QlnelonlhBCf all oasos lira now ourabls, and
druggists thcmsolTe ara taking tho naw Com
pounds. One of tho reooTertes was Dr. Zcllt
himself, tho ploaocr druggist of 623 PaclCt
meet, San JfraucUco, and ho garo It to over s
dmu others who recorcrod. Itore U another
Unresting reoorcry. (Wa enpr from the feaera
uiuutu Nowaof MoTtmbor 10, IVXt).
" Wier a serious Illness of oyer a year Judge
f It. Allenof this oily has recorered and ro
cards hlmsolf most fortunate In successfully
tMltllug nllliwnat la generally renurucu "
Uiol uialudy, Urlhf Disease of tha kluncyt
luKnonktngof liu oao Judge Allen said: '1
tellevo that I he treatment glTen ino by my
tihyxlolnn vraa In accordance with the bebl
irtthn.m tiinl In thn r&unl&r Tiraotlce of modi
eino. Dtit It alfonlod mo no relief. Hearing ot
tue hu.lon -ompoundu I went tobsn trancieio
to Inn Hilgnto aud was soon conTlcoed I should
undergo he troalment. It was three uionibs
befgre I noticed a o lange for tho better. I UM'd
the roedlolna faithfully for conny a year and
cun r.oir nuU no orldenee ot the dltt,afo and
am sal0(Hl It Is entirely ollmlnatoii. My ap
putllu isaood, 1 have galued nuTeuteen tiounils
in vrolght and will bo pleased to dcscrlbo my
eiporlnnce to anyone who may call or write.'
L.icrsjionlo .suns, Nor. 10, 19Q2.
The odltorof thoKews himself was tho friend
who told Judge Alton of the lAilton CouipoundM.
They aro the only things known thnt cure
klduoy diseases after as well as belore they
become onronlo, which happens about the tenth
month. Kquully efficient In dropsy, gout,
rhoumatlsm from urlo acid nnd bladder troubles
Kullun'n Henal Compound for might's aid
Kldnoy Diseases, etr., tl; forDlabotes, tl fA
John J. Fultcn Co , Vit Wnblngton street. San
Francisco, role compounders. Free analyses foe
patlenu. Send for pamphlet. We aro tho ex
oiulre ageuts for these Compound la thU olty.
Palace Pharmacy, 118 State St.
S. C. STONE, M. 0.
STONE'S DRUG STORES
The stores (two In uurabor) aro lo
cated at No. 235 and 207 Commorcial
stroot, and aro woll stocked with a
comploto lino of drugs nnd modlclnes,
tollot articles, porfumory, brushes,
Has had Bomo 25 years exporlonco in
tho prnctico of mcdiclno, nnd now
mnkos no chargos for consultation, or
examination or prescription.
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PORTLAND TO CHICAGO
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OCEAN AND ItlVEP 8CIICDUI
8 p. m
U M-lllng dates subjtct
For ft an Krauclono
Sail aycry 6 days
ToAstorla an Way
Steamer Ruth leaves Salem fori
Portland and way landings on Tues-1
days, Thursdays and Saturdays, about
10 a. mi M. P. BALDWIN,
For Corvallls Mondays, "Wcdnee-l
days and Fridays about 5:30 p. m.
A. L. CRAIO, AgtO.Il.&N. Salem.
Gen. Pass. Agt, Portland, Or.
Is still horo, and an busy as ovor.
Whon your clothos aro worn and
dirty, or tho buttons off tako them to
her, nt tho Salem Dyolng and Clean
ing Works. Repairing and rollnlng;
now volvot collars put on overcoats;
also four suits a month for $1. Called
for and roturncd.
MnS. C. H. WALKER, Prop.
195 Commorcial StrooU
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ui riiiciurKif.s knuusu
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0Um UUa wt HadUaa Ntiun, flUIJL. Jr
"The Christmas Peace
by Thomas Nelson Paob.
,4A Christmas Reverie,"
by Bliss Carman.
"Love Story of Mary, Queen of
Scots," by Maurice Hewlett.
"Confessions of a "Wall Street
by Jane Wade.
Really a 35-ccnt Magazine for 15 cents,
160 pages of Reading
(C 43; X. H. StUSSHLL, POBUSHHR, 3 W. 29TH ST., tf. Y.
My dear Jim: I promised I would
write that, and I havo, hut I am suro
mamma yould not approve. Mamma
says that she can never ha gratoful
onough to you for helping her out
nt tho dinner, and as a reward she Is
K Ing to ask ou to go with U3 to
morrow Inght to tho thoatr and a
xupper after It. I am very sure I
ought not 10 have gana Into tho den
ngaln. but I hopo you can go to
morrow night. MAY.
My Dearest Jim: 1 know It was
hard to got tho chanc.0, but wasn't
It a scheme to get that carriago nil
alone? I don't soo how mamma came
to overlook mo, Sho says I couldn't
havo slipped hor mind If sho hadn't
known I was in tho host of care. So
It Is all right, and I want tho ruby
rat It or than a sol It nro. and mamma
says so too. Jim, doar, I bollovo moro
and moro ia fate that two people
who aro meant for oaoh other will
get togethor In splto of everything.
Please come up oarly. Your loving,
Oct 20. MAY.
Tho Prlnglo Sunday school elected
tho following officers for tho coming
year: Superintendent, W. R. Robins;
assistant superintendent, Mrs. W. B.
Clark; secretary. Miss Carrie Coburn;
assistant secretary. Miss Clara Ben
nlnghoff; treasurer, Percy Robins; li
brarian, Ernest Clark; organist, Mlse
Clara Bennlnghoff; assistant organist,
Miss Fannie Smith.
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.H?IN R'lOr. LANCASTER, PA.
Sold In 8lcm by 8. C Stono.
Call tor Fre Bampltft.
Corvalfis & Eastern R R
TIME CARD NO. 24,
No. 2 for Yaqulna:
Loaves Albany 12:45 p.m.
Leaves Corvallls ... ... 2:00p.m.
Arrives Yaqulna 6:20 p.m.
'No, 1 Returning:
. Leavos Yaqulna 6:45 a.m.
Leavos Corvallls 11:30 a, m
Arrlvoa Albany ,.12:15 p.m.
No, 3 for Dcrelt:
Loaves Albany 7:00 a.m.
Arrives Dotrol 12:20 p m.
No. 4 From Detreit:
Leaves Dotrolt 1:00 p.m.
Arrives Albany 5:55 p.m.
Train No. 1 arlvea in Albany in
time to connect with the S. P. touth
bound train, as woll as giving two or
throe hours In Albany boforo depar
ture of S. P. northbound train.
Train No. 2 connects with tho S.
P. trains at Corvallls and Albany giv
ing direct service to Newport and ad
Train No. 3 for Detroit, Breltenbush
and other mountain resorts leaves
Albany at 7:00 a. m., reaching De
troit about noon, giving omplo time
to reach the Springs same day.
For further information apply to
T. COCKRELL. Agent. Albanr.
Offers a cholco of THREE gateways,
KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH or
OMAHA, to Chicago and points East
Through Standard and Tourlit
slooplng cars dally betweon San Frwv
olsco and Chicago via Los Angeles
and El Paso.
Through Tourist Sleeper each
TUESDAY from Portland to Chicago
via Salt Lake and Colorado Springs.
Through Standard Sleeping Can
daily between Ogden and Chicago.
Lowest rato In effect always avail
able via "Rock Island System."
Reduced ROUND TRIP RATES In
offect on July 12, 13, 16 and 16, and
August 18, 19, 25 and 26; 00 days re
Bo suro that your ticket reads via
tho Great Rock Island Route.
Tho best and most reasonable din
ing car sorvlco. For information,
GEO. W. BAINTER, T. P. A.
L. B. QORHAM, Gen Agt, 250 Aldw
street. Portland Oro.
From Tacoma, Seattlo, the Pnget
Sound country and Snokano to Mis
souri river points and tho Southeast
tho Burlington offers quick Bervlce.
Through trains Seattlo to Kansas
City equlppod with big, free chair cars
standard Pullman sleepers, nnd last
but not least, tourist sloepers, clean,
comfortable and cheap.
Why not tako tho Southeast special
via BJlllngs and tho Burlington? Yoo
can't do better, and you might do
A. C. 8HE.O0N, General Agent
IOO THIRD STREET,
O, C. T. CO.8 PASSENGER
and AltocakaTe for Portland. Monday,
Wedneiday and Friday at 10 a, m.
Tueiday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a.
to- For Oorrallli, Tueaday, Thursday
aud Saturday at 6 p m
For Independence dally except Buuday
Deck: Foot of Trade 8trt
M. P. BALDWIN, Ast
Capital Normal School
First National Bank Bulldinir, Salem
the fall term of twelve weeks opens
aepiemcer 20, Aaoresa,
J. J. KRAPS. Salem. Or
J. Brownstein & Son.
54 State street, niftiest cash price
paid for Hides, Pelts. Wool, Tallow
ad fnnt? alnn Wnirt Afttifr la flld
H. H. CRONISB, Agent, Corrallla. Iwn, Ru6terad Metals.