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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 9ALEM, OREOON. MONDAY, JANUARY 11,
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K A n H IH ! SB flr M VK
3te Klaa Ton Hato AI ays Bought, and which has bea
ut wo lor oyer uu yenra, nan uorno mo Bifrnmuru v.
, n - ana JUW pecu mauo unuer urn y-
CSfj-j( onalaporvlflloii fllnco Its Infancy.
Alt a -ti- v 11-11 A It .. . n.l It -o tin!
Brperlmcota ihat' trlflo with and endanger tho health of
Xaflusto nod Children ExperJcnco Ifettitwt Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
CJawri fat a hormlcM snhstltnto for Costoip OJJ, Pare
gorft Drops and Soothing; Syrups, It id .Pleasant. 16
eontai'M neither Opluni, Morphlno nor other Narcotlo
tmhriMace, Ita ago 1a Its guarantee It destroys Worms
mb4 allayii Fovorlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Oollc. It relloTos TceUilnfj Troubles, cures Constipation
mnA Flatulency. It luifltmllntcs tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels fflvlng healthy and natural sloop
4o Clilldron'fl Panacav-Tho Mother's Friend
Canvassing For the
About $4,00 Already Pledged
--Saleia, Woman's Club
Wide Awake la the
Boars tho Slgnaturo of
jp 0 ' ' bBBI
Te Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years,
Sale Ten 1 lillion Boxes a Year.
0fmmA tiir nOiiur favorite meoioinc
OANDV (bVTW ART1C
BEST FOR THE BOWELS
There Is No Raor Made That Beats the
I! R. M. Wade & Co.
M M ffMJ,
193 Cimmirtfal St
Is a warm sport but lies always
there with the goods so it is
with Elliott's Print Shop, if you
are in a hurry for your printing
it's there when promised.
SEE THE POINT?
The plan to place good pictures In
the public schools la winning the ap
proval and sympathy of cvory patron
and business man In Salem. The
school decoration committee has be
gun a thorough canvass of the city on
behalf of tho movement.
After four days' work tho following
encouraging results arc In ovldence:
Names of Donors.
J. If. Albert J12.00
A. O. Condlt 12.00
D. 11. James (Houso Furnishing
Co.) s 12.00
L. It. Traver 12.00
Mrs. L." It. Traver 12.00
Duron & Hamilton 10.00
Hofer Bros. ..'. 10.00
W. It. Hurghardt 10.00
William Drown 10.00
MM. K. A. Mooro 6.00
Dr. W II. Dyrd.
Dr. ft B. Dalloy.
J. L. Stockton.
Ilox Studio. ,
Salem Art and Frame Co.
A. N. Mooro.
Daniel J. Fry.
E. M. Crolsan.
Mr and Mrs. P, A. Wiggins.
Mrs, Isabollo T. Geer.
Names glvon above with no spcl
fled amount promised to glvo olther
one or two pictures, nt prices rang
Ing from $5 to $12. This list, of
J pledges roprosonts n llttlo moro than
!$2i)0, which, added to tho $180 raised
jby tho Klson oxhlblt, nmounts to near
,ly $100. The Salem Woman's Club Is
taking a keon Interest In tho raising
of funds. Tho club voted, on yestor.
day afternoon, to nttend the Turner
exhibit In a body. The club at tho
same time appointed a committee and
organised a movement to donnto funds
to secure sufficient pictures for ono
It Is thought sovornl of the promi
nent lodge and societies will donate
funds to frame several Reed picture.
The committee will greatly appreciate
the favor of all persons desiring to
donate to this fund will send heir
names to Mrs. Russell Catlln. Irene.
urer of the commltteo, or to tho dally
From 5 to 12 Wll hnng af least
one good ploturo In Uie Bchooli. Tho
committee will study the selection
and framing of pictures cnrefully,
making a thorough Investigation of
rimllar work In other cltlos.
The Turner Art Ixwn Kxhlblt will
be held In Salem from January 80th to
January Stth. at the city hall. TlekotB
are now being offered for sale by th
K-hool children. A Reed program for
each of the four wains Is In prepa
ration IlesiuVs the dUiiiflv nt tt,v
chronlc fenr of publicity.
Sir Philip Durno-Jonos, the famous
English artist, fears the contrary. Ho
is afraid of dropping out of notice.
"Moat of all I dread sllonco about my
work." ho states. "I would rather
your papers would 'roast me,' to use
one of your handy Americanisms, man
exclude mo from their columns as not
worthy of mention. Criticism Is gra
tuitous advertising. Sllenco is you
know not what. It Is tho caso of tho
small boy and his Inability to ostlmato
tho strength of tho birch which his
father holds behind his back.
John Phlllo Sousa. tho well-known
bandmaster, has an abnormal fear of
street cars. As ho llvos much In Pitts
burg and New York City, this la hard
ly to bo wondered at. Ho has been
known to hesitate, for ten minutes bo
foio crossing tho street.
Somo of tbo most successful men
have n morbid fear of failure of be
ing forgotten. Dr. Theodore Tlmby,
Inventor of tho rovolving turret, which
gavo tho victory to tho "Monitor,"
fears belnrc forgotten by his country
men, whom ho served so materially.
Dr. Ooorgo P. Shrady says that ho
has in his lnnorraost soul a fear of
drowning. Ho once had a narrow es
cape from losing his llfo In that man
nor, and has never forgotton It.
Howard Chandler Christy, tho mnga-
ilno Illustrator, says ho has a "horror
of bolng 111 and having to Btop work."
Itichard Lo Odlllcne, author of "Tho
Quest of tho. Golden Girl," and other
popular books, is afraid of old ago.
"It is too dreadful to think of!" ho
declared, with a shttddor.
In s i
KBHt- " !
Odd Fellows' Installation.
Ono of tho greatest successes In
lodge clrclos in tills city was tho Joint
mooting and Installation of officers of
tho two Odd Follows' lodgos Cho-
mokota No. 1, and Olive No. 18
held In tho hall of tho I. O. O. P. tern-
plo Saturday night. A large numbor
of tho mombers of the two lodges
woro prosont whon tho mooting was
called to ordor, and, after tho usual
business, District Deputy Grand Mas
tor Otto Shultz, of Jefferson, installed
tho officers of tho two lodgos. Thoso
nttondlng wore: G. W. Humphrey, of
Jefferson, grand malinl; J. C. Smith,
of Jefferson, grand wardon; O. West,
grand secretary; Webster Holmes,
grand financial secretary; J. S. Slog-
niund; grand treasurer. Aftor the In-
Has become a pro
verbial phrase to ex
press the futility of
mere desire. There
are ft great many pco-
TIC WHO I til Ii. It o
i.i- . --... A tt.
useless to hope lor neaiiu as iu ? ". "
moon. Thef have tried many medicines
and many doctors, but all in vain.
A treat many hopeless men and women
have been cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery j people with
obstinate coughs, bleedinr lungs, night
sweats and other symptom t oUease
which If neglected or unsklllfully treated
find a fatal termination In consumption.
"Golden Medical Discovery 'has a won
derful healing power. It increases the
nutrition of the body, and so gives strength
to throw off disease. It cleanses the blood
from poisonous impurities and enriches It
with the red corpuscles of health. It is
not a stimulant, but a strength giving medi
cine. It contains no alcohol, neither opium,
cocaine, nor any other narcotic.
Sometimes the extra profit paid by
Inferior medicines tempts the dealer to
offer a substitute as "just as good "as "D s
covery." If you are convinced that "DIs-
COVCIJ Will iuicuuv..w..
"I was in poor ntaun mn i cuiuiucukw
taking Dr. Pltrce's medicine," writes Mr, Blmer
Lawler, of VoIrb. Jefferson Co,. Indiana. "I
had stomach, kidney, heart, and lung trouble.
Was not sole to do any work. I had a severe
cough and hemorrhage of the lungs, but after
using jour raedldne a while I commenced to
galnln strength and flesh, and stopped cough
Ing right away. Took about six bottles of the
Golden Medical Discovery' then, and last
spring I had Grippe, and It settled on my lungs,
leaving me with a severe cough. I had the
uocior, duk ne oiuni kcdi w ucp ic nuj bu
l KUIUIUCIIniJuui ujiu-
Idne again and took
three or four bottles of
the 'Dltcovery' and two
vials of Dr. Pierce's rel
icts, and that straight
ened me up. I feel Tike
a different person. I
gladly recommend your
medicine to all suffer
ers, for I know it cured
Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant relicts cure con
stlpation by curing its
8 TRAIN8 TO THE EAST DAILY,
8 60a. m
via linn i-lngton
Salt Lake, Dnvar Irt
nana, vrmu, auisi
OUt, 81 Louis, Chicago
via II ant-lngtoa
Dr. Stono makes no clinreo for
consultation or prescription. Can
bo found daily at one or the
other of his drug stores Salem
7 46 p. m.
from Portland) Or,
HaH Ta lUnvM V
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
tnty, t. Jjoou, uoicagtj
Willi Walla tairiau
Spokane. WaJlaca, Pulji
man, Minneapolis Bt
Bpokana Ohloago, and 'last.
" HOURS w
PORTLAMD TO CHICAGO
no i-naaio oi i:srs
OCEAN AND RIVER 0CHEDULB
8 p. m.
All sailing datea subject
Ball every 5 days
ToAstorta and Way
Steamer Huth Ieavos Salem fm
Portland and way landlngo on Tuee
dayB, ThuradayB and Saturdays, abont
6 a, m. M. p. BALDWIN
A. L. CRAIO, AgLO.R.&N. Salem.
Gon. Pass. Agt Portland, Or.
been prepared by a committee from
Ollvo lodge, consisting of C. S. Ham
ilton, P. F. Toevs, J. A. Mothorn and
Richard Carlson, and to this the mem
hers did nmple Justice, and, over tho
coffee and cigars, a pleisnnt hour was
spent. It wns the largest irntiiBi-in..
of the members of this order seon In
Snlem In several years. Tho officers
Chemeketa lodge No. 1 n. J. .?,,.
cer, noble grand; C. D. McNnry. vice
grand; V. H. p8mt, secretary; C. G
Worrlck, financial secretary; H. A.
i nomas, treasurer; 11. p. West, war
den; J. Rosenbnum, conductor; M p
Daldwln. R. S. N. G.; G. O. Gnns, ll s'
N. G.; Wm. Waldo, R. S. V. G,; Carl
Lnchelle, U S. V. G: J . w vn
If " " UUIIK,
iiwlde guardian; J. w. Frost, 0uido
guardlnn; T. A. RatcIlfT, R, S. S R
D. Taylor, h. S. S. " '
unve muge No. 18 n n ttoi.
! .!- .
--, ..ouje granu; D. L. Smith, vice
grand; P. p. Toovs, socretary; R,
Carlson, financial secretary; John
Molr. treasurer; D. C. Ross, warden;
If. O Whlfn .!... . '
fri pic, the pupita m p n.s N oTx S, Vn T'
their written work on Hvhii.i ..!.- t . ....' "' "un,n- ' S. N. G.;
-. . o.uwiorn. ii. a. v. g.; c. N. Par
Is still horo, and ao busy as over.
When your clothos aro worn and
dirty, or tho buttons off tako them to
hnr nf ,1m Q.lnm rv..lH 1 m
smiiatlon tho morabors adjourned tol'DS Works. Repairing and rellniug;
tne onnquet room, whore n feast had . 0,vot couare put on overcoats;
also four suita a month for 1. Callod
tor ana roturnod.
MuS. C. H. WALKER, Prop.
195 Commorclal Streofe
4u .w tL'J
W -V .1 -unnaii md Unlr U.,ul..
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r ri .. - ---.-n"i saiM. ill iira.ri
f uu.tibb, -jiv, bir. n.r,Z
. A ,. J,r" Wfclt. 1 .0(io tWIi.,i.i. '.li J.
wj uu mm,. M4U Hiura. i-iiii.I ?
their written work on, exhibit at the
meRtw. loalde minntian: A vnM" ..,
Jde nuardlnn; A. M. dough. R. s. s
I THE PICK OF THE FOREST
m. m-.TJm tte. anaaaaaani u ir i r , t
jl Bk v n 'I IHRnuMVAi kJr 'Ami
D Srf (
a vr toad of No. l
Millionaire's Poop Stomach.
The worn-out stomach of tho ovor
fed millionaire is oftcm paraded In the
Tlli Hflrw ' ia ns a nwnnle oxample of
THE MOST'l ? eV'8 aU,ndant n the Pi"i
I lit- ITIUO 1 ,o fgrcat wealth. Rut millionaires are.
not the only ones who n ......,
I.. III. l. . " "IIVIU
PILES p- suppository
--i m ir.!..7.T jot """"a. m.
8old In Salem by B.'c. 8ton.
call for Free Bunpltt,
J P . ,u ,l. I " 'u. oau stomachs. The proportion I.
, t. .inMs far greater aruone th. !!.. ..
Jlaa ben tak , .! ::'r."'" H " "I canot WMia and inuL. :i .'"; "J8
iu. , '" wwookw. w BHytAiiif; which j oar " bi. ., .J " " uro rampant
luwbr in our )ftr. 0ur stock Is- 'tar., and he r7f. i VwIA.,. M,t ? " thMe Pop,a' aad V iuir
Jt recttlved a Mr i.,i ... .. . (i v ,.. ' a ,n c"l unless thev avail ho.!...- .
lutnM.ln-.l ,.li-.. ... 0l a
7" ""cine iiKe Green's Aueust
. i- w t:' ""..'"" -
'HK. PtMNM Mm m. al bravsrv .... i. '.". "bp appetite and taaurin, .
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QOODalp . ,,- """ w Iw 1. and L,.. . " "T "" Uie
-- mosvrt uu. i) UUea , lj.i j wi. " - t",,"w BJi. ana raakoa nrtt k
t jhrwB. n. a.att. what
, UIUKKWIS. At n CI...I.
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shlMRles. ako a ear f flae shaW" Otaw man at .. . 'stnndard medicine like Gre
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Corvaf lis & EasfernR R.
TIME CARD NO. 24.
No. 2 for Yaqulna:
Leaves Albany 12:46 p.m.
Offers a cholco of THREE! Eatoways,
KANSAS CTTY, ST. JOSEPH Of
OMAHA, to Chicago and points East
Through Standard and Toorlil
Bleeping care dally between San Fran.
Cisco and Chicago via Los Anrelos
and 1 Paso.
Through Tourist Sleeper oack
TUESDAY from Portland to Chicago
via Snlt Lake and Colorado Springs.
Through Standard Hloeplng Can
dally betwoon Ogden and Chicago.
Lowest rato In effect alwavs Tlt
able via "Rock Island SyBtein."
Reduced ROUND TRIP RATEJ3 fn
effect on July 12, 13, IB and 16, and
August 18, 19, 26 and 26; 90 daya r
Bo sure that your ticket rnd irfa
tho Great Rock Island ftouto.
Tho boet and most rfwutnnnhiA Mi
Ing car servlco. For information,
GEO. W. DAINTER, T. P. A.
I D. GORHAM. Gen Act 9Kn aia-
street. Portland Ore.
8r!TJFU;0ma' 8etU. PW
ha n...n J " "" mo SJOUU10BW
inrough trains Seattl n trr,ia
hut nn; . . occjjorH. ana wi
Whv not fw tu ol-.i..-.. -
vtn mitu.1 ? Try ouu"imbi apeciw
2S;-? iL 1 tfd U, Durllngt6nT Too
mt do betterv and you might do
2:00 p. m,
6; 20 p m.
6M5 a. m.
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mihia f ir, J"lfM MOD tOOdS
CLO . a QROCBHV. 'Vsyy U IU
Meetlna at Mui..
,. . "" nie.
Tao aanual BteotiB? nt .
bera of xhe Oreioe Mr nM.. ...
tolaUon will u bw xri,. r
IVtay. January 13U,. at 10 0vvv,t
AW. , wk, .a." pw m. JT ,e "
Hark ofthe"Ohwn..0of;7; aTnb?. f ? bu8,n-
to a a may be brt.ught before it iMwk
No. 1 Returning:
No. 3 for Derelt:
Leaves Albany lmm
Arrives Dotrol' .. i,.n.
No. 4 From Detreit:
Leaves Detroit 1:00
Arrives Albany B:B5J
time to conneot with the S. p .0uth
bound train, ns wall .. , ' uin
three hours ,B AlbonT bS Zl
turo of S. P. northbound Sn
Train No. S connects with the S
P. trains at CorvalMa . nu... .
!!Ld!rr' !rk t0 Nexrt and ad"
Train No. : for Detroit nu w ...
' "" apings same day.
w. . iniormatlon apply to
T COCKIIISLL, Agmt, SS''
n- a ciionibb; Agt, cordis.
A. C. 8HE-D0N, Q.n.ral Agent
IOO THIRD STREET,
O. C. T. CO.'8A88ENGER
rl' Sjl7nK"SJl "rtsy at 7 a.
MFrlndepndsnce dally except Buudy
Deck: Foot qf Trada Strati.
r. BAUDWIN, Aflt
Capital Normal School
First National Bank BuUdlnir. Salea.
j. J. KRAPS. Salca. Of,
J. Brownstein & Son.
State street Hr0hnit cash prlc
paid fop hides. peiti wt Y.iievr
and Fura; also goneral dealer In old
ron, Rubber and Metals. Phone 2D71