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A Bevy of Wise Yotrng Watches.
A BEVY of wise youn watches are "hanjrine out"
at the BAKR STORE, awaiting an opportunity of
cnterlne the employ of men and women In need of (rood
and faithful watch service. We speak of them as "wise"
because every one of them Is a very knowing fellow; In '
deed, when It comes to tclline the time of day, they are
graduates of schools where that sort of knowledge is held
in high esteem and carefully Instilled Into each candidate
for the honors of a diploma One of these schools Is at
Elgin, another Is at Waltham Perhaps you have heard
, the names before. And we have every confidence that not
one of these watches will ever do dlscredltto Its " bringing
up." One of them is yours at from $6.00 to $125 00,
according to size, style and quality,
Baff ff's Jewelry Stoe
State and Liberty Sts., Salem,
THE CHILLY DAYS 0F
Aro Just tho tlrao for a good, hot
drink when you get homo cold and
wet and tired. But no mattor how
cold tho day you won't got loft If -you
koon a bottlo of good liquor in tho
house. Thoy aro of solid worth, puro
and reliable. Got our prlcos for tho best
whiskies, brandies, gins and winoa,
wd you won't want to go olsowhoro.
J. P. ROGERS,
Wholesale and Retail
Liquor Dealer. . . .
MORE TIME THAN
Somo people hnvo to spond, but if
you hnvo no tlmo, possibly you might
llko to hnvo ono of our flno 15-Jowol
timekeepers, as thoy do not require
much monoy for tho investment. Our
ilitock of flno watches far ladies and
itmiiuiiiun m cumnieie, mm cmuracea
everything In Elgin nnd Waltham
notchos. Prlcos lower than ovor.
288 Com. 8 1, Watchmaker and Optician
VTa II m ! ! '!! I.I I I'lfl I T'lirTinfTTTT
Albert Smith ) iftM4e
Austin Fishbum Attendants
DON'T SHIVER WHILE
These cold mornings. Rouch out of
bed, strlko a match, turn on tho gas
In) our gas atovo and noto how quickly
your room gets warm. Haven't a gas
ttoro? Mean it? Lots horo so cheap
you'll wonder how you havo permit
ted yoursolf to bo bonumbod when so
much comfort could bo had for so lit
tle. Salem Gas-Light Co.,
Phone 563. 4 CIIEMEKETA ST.
A. I. EOFF.
EOFF & HARTLEY
J,u,b'$,.Bkct price paid for poultry
Flrtiiiet and poultry delivered at
lowest nirket price.
D. 140 State Street
Wone 2853 Main-
2 cts, 2 cts, 2 cts, 2 cts.
Remember always that
5!LST0NE'S DRUG STORES
JviH sell any patent medicine,
wttle, box or package, or
any drug sold by the lb., for
2 cents Less
than any cut rate price ad
vertised in this paper.
bi w?Tfaa tMy "" y w
urTqnni l i r
r w 'tC&C0W&
Leaders In Low Prices.
THE REPORT HAS GONE
That one of tho world's grcntost
chemists doclarcd over his own signa
ture that good liquors, woll mollowcd
and aged, aro a blosslng to mankind
whou used with discrimination. Good
liquors "ngo, thero's tho nib." If
Shakespoaro woro alivo and n citizen
of Salem ho would unhositatlugly rcc
ommond you to Rogers for flno wills
klos, brandies, wlnos and cordials.
160 State Street.
I 4 I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I i
niiiiiiiii n m ii in mi
Tho special danco to have been giv
en at tho.stato asylum Friday night of
this weok, has boon postponod for a
week lator. Tho attondanco is ex
pocted to bo unusually largo.
Mrs. W. T. Williamson entortalned
a numbor of young peoplo at dinner
on Tuesday evening in honor of Mr.
Hugh Williamson's 21st birthday. The
dining room was beautifully decorated
in rod carnations and smilax, and the
houso was llghtod entirely by candles,
with red shades. An elegant dlnnor of
olght courses was discussed from C to
9 o'clock. Thoso proseut beside tho
guest of honor were: Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Strang,
Mrs. D. A. Paino, Miss Helen Cal
breath, Miss Ruth Gabrlalson, Miss
Maud McKay, Bertha Kay, Mr. Pow
ell, of Portland; Mr. L. Hooker, Mr.
Fred Thlelson, Mr. Douglas Jessup,
Mf. Ed. Thlelson.
We sell the greatest of blood puri
fiers, Acker's Blood Elixir, under a pos
itive guarantee. It will cure ail chron
ic and other blood poisons. If you
havo eruptions or sores on your body,
or ara palo, weak, run down. It Is Just
what you need. Wo refund money If
you are not satisfied. 50 cents and
LOO. D. J. Fry, druggist
4&f , j j g
JliS "jL Mi
Scene Of a Large
Dancing Party and Salem
Ono of tho most successful social
functions of tho year was tho after
noon at hearts, given Wednesday of
tornoon by Mrs. E. Cooko Patton and
Mrs. Milton L. Meyers, at tho palatial
Cooko residenco on Court street. Tho
hostesses woro assisted in ontortaln
ing tho four score guests by Mrs. W.
Carleton 8mlth and tho Misses Bertha
Kay, Helen Calbreath and Calistn
Mooro. Tho apartments of tho hand-
Borne Cooko mansion wero charmingly
decorated in ferns and palmB with car
nations and smilax, and tho party,
which was tho second of a series, was
pronounced an elaborato affair. Miss
Mnud Kay captured tho first prize, and
tho consolation went to Mrs. A. A.
.Tosuup. DqIIcIous refreshments woro
Thoso guests of tho occasion were:
Mrs. Jos. Albert, Mrs. R. P. Boise.
Jr., Mrs. M. O. Burcn, Mrs. O. 0.
Brown, Mrs. Jos. Baumgartnor, Mrs.
S. Bozorth, Mrs. Roy Uurton, Mrs. A.
A. Cunningham, Mrs. Wm. II, Dnncy,
Mrs. It. B. Flomlng, Mrs. Charlos L.
Dick, Mrs. Chas. Otay, Mrs. J. C.
Orlllllh, Mrs. J. O. Graham, Mrs. L. l
Orlfllth, Mrs. C. D. Oabriolson,! Mrs.
Altn W. aiosy, Mrs. Ray D. Oilbort,
Mrs. Robt. J. Hendricks, Mrs. Clar
onco S, Hamilton, Mrs. J. Frank
Hughes, Mrs. George H. Jones, Mrs.
A. A. Jessup, Mrs. George Mungor,
Mrs. Charlos McNary, Mrs. Willis B
Morse, Mrs, Hugh P. McNary, Mrs.
Honry W. Moycrs, Mrs. B. Frank Mor
vdlth, Mrs. Eugene P. McCornack,
Mrs. John McNary, Mrs. Honry J. Ot
tonholmor, Mrs. 15. A. Plorce, Mrs.
Honry Papo, Mrs. Zadoc RIggs, Mrs.
Charles Robertson, Mrs, Geo. F. Rodg
ors, Mrs. Edward, Slator, Mrs, Paul
II Sroat, Mrs. T. 0. Smith, Jr., Mia.
Waltor T. Stolz, Mrs. John Scott, Mrs.
W. Carolton Smith, Mrs. Frank
Waters, Mrs. George Waters, Mrs.
Joseph Whltnoy, Mrs. Fred A. Wig
gins; Mrs. Edward B. Flock, Utlca, N.
Y.j Mrs. S. B. Hormann, Myrtle Point,
Mrs. W. C. Knighton, Portland; Mrs.
Abo McCully, Portland; Mrs. Clnra 1C.
Reading, Snn Frauclsco; MIhs Stella
Hamilton. Roseburg; Miss Flora Livos-
loy, MUwaukoo, Wisconsin; Miss Bos
slo Sewell Portland, and Miss Sophia
Wolf, Sllvorton; MIbsos Laura Berry,
Mao Bolso, Virgia Byrd, Bortha Byrd,
Helen Calbreath, Margaret Cosper,
Oda Chapman, Eva Co-show, Lois Co
show, Ruth Gabrlolson, aoorgo Gilt:
ner, Agnes Gilbert, Elizabeth Holvor
son, Maud Hlrsch, Iou Hlrsch, Caro
line Hurst, Estella Hurst, Miriam lieu
lat, Callsta Moore, Maud Maclvay,
Joanetto Merodlth, Osklo Matthews
Zadloo Palmor, Edna Prlco, Francis
Richardson, Ella Rlnoman, Linnle
Statesman, Hallio Thomas. Nannie
Wagner, MInta Gules. Woodbum, and
Tho Capital City Galoty Club gave
another of Its ploasant dancing parties
at Tioga hall last evonlng. Thore was
a good attondanco and tho pleasures
of a cholco dancing program wore ex
tended until about midnight. Rlstlne's
orchestra furnished tho music which
was all that could bo asked. Tho club
will glvo two moro dances, and that
will concludo Its first sorios of parties
for this season.
Mrs. J. N. Burgess has arrived from
Crook cQqnty for a visit with her hus
band, Reprosentativo Burgees.
Mrs. KeIor H. Gabbert, of St. Hel
ens, is visiting at the- hem of her
bro'her, L. S. Rowland, in this olty.
Mrs. Samuel Ames and Mrs. W. 8
Kline, of Sllvarton, are visiting in this
city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. J
John and Joseph Shrunk, of Mar
shall, Minn., old time Iowa friends of
The Journal editors, are in the elty,
with a view to locating in Oregon.
SURE CURE FOR PILES
Robing Piles produae moUturo and
cause itching, this form, as well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles
are cured by Dr Bosan-ko's Pile Rem
edy, stops itching and bleeding. Ab
sorbs tumors. 60c a Jar at druggists,
or sent by mail. Treatise free. Write
mo about your case. Dr. Bosanko,
Philadelphia. Pa. For sale at Dr.
Stone's drug stores.
New England Dinner M. B. ehurb
from 5 to 8 p. m., tonight
SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY. JANUARY 29, 1903.
Christian Scientists Looking
The Christian Scletnlsto of this city
aro looking forward with much inter
est to tho coming lecture by Mr. Carol
Norton, an authorized lecturor of tho
Christian Sclenco Board of Lectur
ship, which will bo given next Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, at tho Grand
Opera House. Tho subject of tho lec
ture Is "Christian Science Is Unlvorsal
Christianity," Tho upbllc Is cordially
invltad to hoar this noted speaker. The
Board of Lecturshlp Is maintained for
tho purposo of correcting misappre
hensions of Christian Sclenco in a
general way, as well as to spread
Its teachings. Mr. Norton will discuss
this advanced religious thought from
a rnctlcal Btnndpoiut. nnd will .endeav
or to Interest his hearers by an ap
peal to their seiiBo of reasoning, and
by logical statements founded upon
tho teachings of Christian Science
Mr. Norton Is a Harvard graduate, and
a polished speaker. Tho lectin e Is
Fighting the Trust.
Louisville. Ky., Jan. 29. Reports
mado public today show rapid pro
gress In the movomont of tho tobacco
growers of tho Whlto-Hurley district
towards tho formntlon of a strong or
ganization to tight tho tobacco trust.
Forty thousand growers havo becomo
interested in tho movement, nnd or
ganizations havo been formed in all
of the tobacco-growing countlos of
Kentucky. Ohio and Indiana. Tho as
sociation is to be incorporated with a
capital stock of $1,000,000.
The Elko Tonight.
When tho long hand points to
And the short one points to 11,
We turn our thoughts from enithy
And think of thoae In hoavon;
Of those who crossed tho silent
And cllmbod tho Anther hill
Who loved us, ore thoy went awny.
God knows, wo love thorn still.
Porhaps, somo dlod In honor's cnuse,
Perhaps, somo dlod In shamo,
And somo among the Arctic huowh,
And somo in India's llntno;
Hut whon the hour of 11 romos
Wo tonst our brothers, nnd
Wo write tholr virtues In our hearts.
Thoir vicos, In tho sand.
Htoteatunn anil Cjunililcr,
Charles Jnmos Fox, tho English
statesman, was even more notorious lu
tho gaining world than he was famous
in tho world of politics. Ho had sipiuu
dered $'Jr0,000 heforo coining of age.
Ho becamo ono of tho most prolllgntu
gamostors of tho vicious days In which
ho lived. Some of his lluost displays lu
dobatb wore sandwiched between ex
citement such as would unnerve most
men who had no serious business on
baud. Walpolo has given a glimpse of
a typical passago In this extraordinary
man's life. Ho had to take part In the
discussion on tho thlrty-nlno articles lu
parliament on a certain Thumlny. He
hud sat up playing hazard from Tues
day evening until 0 o'clock on Wednos
day afternoon. An hour before he had
recovered $C0,000 that ho had lost and
by dinner time, which was 5 o'clock,
ended losing f5fi,000. On Thursday he
spoku In the debute, went to dinner at
past 11 ut night; theneo to n club,
where he tlruuk till 7 the next morn
ing; tlionco to u gambling house, where
he won $80,000, and between 3 and 4
lu the afternoon he set nut on n Jour
ney to Newmnrkot.
L.liKitiillK a ll-i'' Tniiifiir,
Mnu Is often blamed for driving to
extinction many sorts of boHtitiful
creuturos, but tho account Is far more
than balanced by the amount of good
ho has douo for those uulmnls which
proved useful and could be tamed.
Tako the case of tho Ik-c. The bee
lives by Its tonguo, with nlileh organ
It Is oblo to oxtract the honey from
flowers. Now, h bee's tongue Is ustu
rally nbout u twenty-nftli of sn Inch
long. Clover beekeepers by keeping onlj
thoso b with iwtursllj low? tongues
have ifcAeeMled lu leiiKtheulug the
tongtiei of a number of be colonies
to tho extent of another hundredth of
an lueh. It does not sound much, but
It enable thoso Insects to do a jur
ter as much work again In the sawn
time. Mau 1ms done more than this for
been, Ho has given them ready made
homes, whore they a re safe from wasps
awl other eiiemles; frames for making
tlwir oombs without uslug large qimn
Htien of wax for ouUhle walls, and
food during flowerless weather.
Snvlna the Money.
In a oertaln parish in Scotland col
lators wore going ronnd soliciting n
ti i buttons for the kirk. On coining to
a wretched tmle liovel they hesitated
whetlter or not to enter, but Anally de
cided to "try their luek." A hale old
roan greeted them, and to Mm they ox
plained their errand, but be realty bad
nethiag te give them, he said.
"Can't ye gl'e up your wbukyr' one
the visitors asked. "No," ho saw,
don't drink whuVy.,M. Perhaps
rami be couftl for'ogo tho plensures or
snuff. No. he didn't usu snuff.
Tho collectors prepared to move ou.
"Stop n bltl" cried tho old follow. "1
pay Sandy, tho barber, twopence every
Saturday night for shaving uie. Tell
tho meonlster ho enh lmvo tho two
pence If ho'll come and shave tue hint-olfl"
The Student' ..Prayer.
Thcro was long ngo u divinity hull
presided over by a most nmlnblo nud
dlgnliled professor. On certain days
tho sonlor students' opened tho proceed
ings of tho dny with prayer. One morn
ing a raw youth from a romoto re
gion performed this duty, nnd it wits a
momorablo occasion. Nono who wero
present can forget liow the venerable
professor turned nnd gazed on the un
tutored lad, who pinyed for hint ns
follows- "Lord, lmvo mercy on our
professor, for he Is weak nud Ignorant
Strengthen his feeble hands, confirm
his tottering knees, null grant that he
tuny go out nnd In before us like the
he gout- before the Hook." "Twenty
flve Years of St. Andrews."
Wlmt dirljlo Wrote if Tcnniton.
Tennyson In his prime was thus de
scribed by ThoiutiK Cnrlyle to Ralph
Waldo Emerson on Aug. 5, 18 M: "One
of the lluest looking men In the world.
A great shock of rough, dusty dark
Imln bright, laughing, hazel eyes; mas
sive niiulllne face most uiiihsIvc, yet
most dellente, of sallow brown com
plexion, nlmoKt Indian looking; clothes
cynically loose, free and easy: smokes
luflnlte tobacco. Ills voice is musically
metallic, lit for loud laughter and pierc
ing wall nnd all that may Ho between;
speech and speculation free and plen
teous, 1 do not meet In these late dec
ades such I'oinpniiy over a pipe."
When Mm Cut Vn Hnt-rnl.
In the middle ages brute nulmals
formed lis prominent n pint In the de
votional cereinoiiles of the tlmo as they
had In the old religion of Egypt. The
cat .ElttruH was 'embalmed alter death
and burled in the oily of Bubastls bo
cause, according t Herodotus, Dltiun
RuliHHtlH. the chief dlely of the place,
was wild to have transformed hut-self
Into a eat when the gods lied lulo
Wnlfh Ouni'i-'n I'rldc.
"Then you do not lugurd hliu ns
"I should not go so far us to my he
Is not trustworthy, but he Is tho kind
of man who will mt his watch t ll:.'t0
o'clock and then call your attention to
tho milliner In which It keens time
whon the 1 o'clock whistle blows.""
'I'll r Hlicilnri1'M rume,
A riilunhle little plant that goes to
waste by roadsides and vacant lots is
the Hhephuid'x purse, whose tiny hoed
pods arts known by everybody ut sight,
though not by name. The green seeds
stripped fir.ui I lie stems nud strewn
oer lettuce or euillvo are a pkuunt
addition to wiluils of which no epicure
will need to taste twice to be assured.
The fiemi pepper; taste NiigKested In
one of Its mum. ' wayside cress," J
yet lluei than i'oiiiiiiiui ltoh. Hut Id
curtitlU' iiialltles need dwclll'i;" upon
for It Is sum I to be uuo of the surest
remedies for n iltsordeieil digestion
The M'od i en ten green. When thf
lower pods nre set ami the top still In
(lower Is tin' hit time, hut It can lx
used any time The pleasant, warm
Ing, clearing, purlf.inif effect Is felt at
ouce, nnd the only directions nre to
eat the seeds often and as .iniieli as It
ngreeable. For erotipy children It niaj
be boiled In milk but for elderly per
sons this Is. unnnvmMiry.-Now York
First Cltlzeii Is the policeman In
your neighborhood sipinreV
Seeoiul CitUeii -I guess ho Is; itt least
he's never round when wanted. Indi
We have what is called Wor ces
tef SALT put up 50 lbs in a
genuine Irish Linen Sack cover
ed with a heavy paper sack,
which insures the Salt to be pcr
fcctK clean, and is especially
adapted to table and dairy pur
poses The price at Salem is $1
per Sack, with freight added at
umsville and Mehama, If you
have never used it, come in and
let us show it to you, Can sell
you any amount you want
i Salem . - Aumsyille - Mehama 1
Go to bed In fresh clothing cvctji
night.' Never think of allowing your
self to sleep In tho clothing worn dup
ing tho dny not it stitch of it. Tnko
ever thing off, Put on night clothlnjf
that has been thoroughly aired.
When you get up In tho morning
lake off everything again. This Is tho
time to tnko n cold bath, very quldtfjr,
with vigorous rubbing. If for nny rea
son you do not tnko tho cold bath, rub
your skin all over thoroughly with a.
tough towel. Don't bo afraid of bclnff
unked a little while.
There la no better tonic for tho skin
than nakedness. Take off everything-.
Glvo yourself n llttlo baud massage.
Exorclso tho muscles. Rub your skin
with u coarso towel, anything, bo ner
to spend a llttlo tlmo naked. Then
put on fresh clothing.
Peoplo who wear tho same clotucn
every "iRltt and day got themselves
surrounded by nit ntmosphcro of their
own bodily emanations that Is very
unhealthy. Neither faith curca nor
drug curca aro of n pnrtlclo of uso to
dirty people. Cleanliness Is tho drat
law of health. If this law bo broltca.
It will bo very llttlo uso to try nnjr
Jlovr Water I'retiei.
It used to puzzle nil thinking pcopi
Why ponds and rivers do not freeze be
yond it certain depth. This depends oa
most curious fact namely, that vu
er is nt Its heaviest when It reaches
(.0 degrees F. that is, 8 degrees above
freezing point. On n frosty night n
pitch top layer of water falls to 40 de
grees It sinks to tho bottom; thcrcforo
tho wholo pond has to drop to 40 de
grees before any of It can freeze At
lust it Is nil cooled to this point, anil
then lco begins to form. But lco la a
very bad conductor of heat; thcrcforo
It shuts off tho freezing air front tho
big body of comparatively warm wa
ter underneath. Tho thicker it gct
tho moro perfectly docs it act as a
great coat, ami that is why oven tho
Arctic ocean never freezes beyond
fow feet in thickness. Marino Jour
Now that automobiles hnvo got to
killing their aristocratic riders lustead
of tho poor f. Hows walking on tho.
highway guy New port has commenced
to legislate against tholr tnurderoua
speed. Richmond Times.
All talk concerning tho passing of
the horseless carriage fad Is, of course,
more or less speculative. Tho automo
bile has come to stay Just ns the loco
motive nud tho steamboat camo to
stay years ago. It will bo Improved
until It can be used lu all lines of bust
uess. Mllwaukeo Sentinel.
Tho rocklestt drivers of automobiles
no mnklng history as rapidly as thoy
run their ohloloa. Scarcely n day
pusses that the 'automobile does not
Jllgure lu the news, generally as tho
cause of fatal or other accidents. Oc
casional arrests are made of their own
rrs for fast driving, but the small flues
Imposed lmvo no effect lu routrnluliitf
them. Phlladolnhla Ledger.
A GrUU Slot Half Way.
Thore were strict orders lu the PhH
IpplneH regaidliig looting, and ouo day
n lieutenant's suspicious were nrouset
by a private whom he saw peering ea
gerly under the plazzn of a house on
tho outskirts of Manila, writes Dixie
Wolcott lu Harper's Magazine.
"What are you doing there?" ho do
rnnudod In his gruffest tones,
"Why, sir," said the soldier, saluting,'
"I'm only trying to catch a chicken
which I've Just bought."
Lieutenant K. stooped nud caught
sight of a duo pair of fowls.
There nre two chickens under
there," ho exclaimed excitedly. "I
bought tho other one. Catch 'em both.'
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