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- -DA,LY CAPITAU JOURNAL. SALEM. nnrnnM
j. am of childhood Is proverb
& intcrprotcd as tho ago of happi
,. yet childhood has Its dark pas-
UN, Its hopes and fears corrolatlvo
& idult fcollngs, and its hours of
Uir Tho childish mind, Indeed,
jtffllcted with torrors, although tho
toon aro not bo abiding as thoso of
im reasonablo and loss clastic ol-
la Tho cmotlonallBm of tho child
n!os him to thoso tragic vlsltati
ku from which his uisconunuiiy
pKntlr rescues him. Tho lucoho
ce of a mind In which realism and
mco are over nt war Is the source
imr nt nil his nalns and all hla
The llkenoss to tho savage llos in
tk Tho nrlmltlvo man lifts up his
i;a to tho hills and transmutes thorn
bfte homo of terrible gods. Doviis
rfa In streams and out of tho woods
oar uporhuman creatures wearing,
fctrulso of familiar animals. Tho
tfs fancy, though capablo of
Iwdlng thoso awful droams, Is yot
m delicate. A mountain at tlmos
uj oven becomo a valley, and
warns may dry up at will. The
ale of tho achlovomouts designed in
i child's mind Is colossal. Thero is
w barrier concolvablo to his lmngln
ttlon. Dragons oscapo out of books
Tou shut tho pages, and croaturos
the air glvo you friendly advico
Thero bolng no laws of naturo to
tt child, as thoro aro none to me
wage, everything takes placo with
CTlne lrrclovancy. Thoro Is no rouu.
fer logic In a world bo fearfully and
10 felicitously framed. Fairy tnlos
re our Inheritance from primitive
bw, and now hold their place, not
tcauso of tho pigeon holes of the
Undents of folkloro but by reason of
the nursory. Mountains, rlvora and
lrMnl.s .,.111 atnrf Intn bolng bO-
hreen tho pursuers and tho pursued
t tho breath of fancy, or rather on a
wittered charm or tho libation from
horn If tho savage belioves so no
nser he must have once had faith,
he chil remains and worships
o tho tomple of accident.
But tho child is not roorely the.
"age of whom he has the adyan-
by reason of bis more dollcate
erves and a hundred generaUons of
Jrogreas. To add to the torrors that
Mk by night and day ho brings forth
subtler Imagination, wblcn, nuv.
UMess,ho that saving graco of dls
continuity. Tigers will enter through
tt barred windows of bis fourth
r nursery. Ho can soo thoro burn
tog bright In tho darknosa, and the
re In. tho grato but Illuminated them
more horrlftcally. Yot wbon he
i i. .-.i ... Ma mnthor's arms
ad pouring forth hla torrors he win i
comforted by an appeal
terrible nmiwriin. j. i. . . .
ri.. .i..:l : . uws ww
ant It Is thrown ,. i- .
4w .,.. .."- " a panic
'V" . m rcas0n s. too, the
ghoat Of a blunlmtlm ,- ... .
under Idle linger haunts the rooms
u..u m overy uy that crawls upon the
pane Is seen an avonger of blood
The child that alks boldly down
tho garden to blow out the sun and
returns with tho contented belief In
his own fnnf fnli t
Play in darkness, must carry what
fieri hllitttf. I.i- ...
"(j.tuwuno iuio nis uany life' Tht
voico or the owl, though it is but an
owl's forbodes, and frogs croak In the
twilight like satyrs, though they bo
but frogs. This transfiguring Imag
Inallon, If It Is tho fount of happiness,
i misu mo sourco or all woo. Tho toy
elephant who is seon through af
fectionate, fond cyos as tho hero of
many aavcniures. ami hnq n,,,,
assumed tho individuality of the child
himself, may of a sudden loom tragic,
uuuuuuB, anu oioouuiim) a mon
ster that spells fato and death.
tnliaish tears dropped upon broken
toys rend tho llttlo heart as severely
as a grown man's bitter sorrow tears
his OWn It is a mlstnkn tn innnntn
that Children do not suffer nrnnnrtlnn
aioiy, inougn, happily, their woes are
not enduring. That Insubstnnilnl
fabric fades, and leaves but a wreck
behind. If any ono can from the cold
dlstanco of his adult manhood look
back upon that ago ho will rfuroly re
call rcraarkablo contrasts. Tho sun
shines for tho most part brightly on
that plain, brlghterthanln aftor years
but clouds throng tho Dky and round -;n t7Buualo, N. Y.
tho corner thoro Is always some un I
known torror. There is no darkness
like tho darkness of childhood. What
waits upon tho stairs In the gloom
roady to loap out? What horror comoa
punctually at dusk to haunt tho de
files of tho long garden? What name
less panic is It that strikes tho fa
mlllnr streets to the llkenoss of n
savage, threatening wilderness whon
the nurs has disappeared Into a
shop? The child alono knows, and
tho child cannot tell. Ho suffers llko
tlir iinmli nnlmnls. nnd has no Inn-
guago but a cry. Dut In tho twlnk
line of an oyo tho sun Is out and the
cardon Is alight again, and tho horrors
of that small and delicate mind arc
gone, morgod Into that past from
which It Is Blowly emancipating it
self. W. B. Watson.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1903
Ii!imaM.many a woman Prema
turely old Dark.ritnmed eyes, Hollow
cheeks and wasted form are accompan
led by hsUewneM and loss of ambition.
Home duties are a weariness, and social
pleasures have no attraction.
uiie oi me commonest expressions of
women cured liv
tion is this. "It
has made a new
woman of ttie "
There s a world
of meaning in the
words. It means
brought back to
the eves; the com-
with the rosy hue
of healthy bloed:
the form rounded
... ......... i ..
uuw mien 1U
graceful curves; the whole body radiant
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong and sick
women well. It dries debilitating
drains, hcrU inflammation ami ulcera
tion aim cures female weakness, it
makes new women of those prematurely
agcu uy uisease,
"Dr ritrce'i mtdldnes ore the bl I hare
erer ued," writes Mrt C Nelson ofchemawa,
Marian Co, Oregon "My health wai badly
run down when I consulted hint by letter My
Umbs were cold and ray head hurt me continu
ally I was so nervous that the least thine
palpitation of the heart so bad that 1 could
scarcely waiic someumci i icu uucuy uiwr
aired, but two bottles of Dr Pierce's Favorite
Prescription and one of 'Golden Medical Dli
corery made a new woman out of me."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
to pay expenbe of mailing only. Send
a I one-cent stamps for the book in paper
,.,..,. r ., iimm for it in cloth oind-
in?. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, No. 663
till 1 1 1 1 l-H-M-H Ml 1 8 1 1 MK
i! CLASSIFIED ii
Advertisements, five lines or
less, In this column Inserted
three times for 25c, 50c aweok
$1.50 a month. All over five,
lines at the samo rate.
For 8ale. At a bargain, a good house
and lot, with sultabla outbuildings;
soven-room houso; ISth and Hlnes
Ftroet. two blocks south of Yew Park
school houso; block from street
car line. O. D. Mllos. 12-26-3t
Wanted. A good girl for general
housework. Inqulro at 485 Court
Wanted. To buy, a horso to wolgh
1300 or more; good life, for buss
Willamette Hotol. 13-26-tf
For 8ale. Flno second-growth maplo
and ash wood. Delivered to any
part of city. Apply to J. W. Man
ley Phono 2070 Dlack, or call at
homo west of brick storo, South
W. Catvet, Practical Watchmakef'
158 Stato streot, makes a specialty
ot repairing watches, clocks and
Jewelry, and guarantees good work
at reasonablo prices. ll-lMyr
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost or Stolen From my placo of
business, in Salem, a shotgun hav
lng a copper band around stock.
Proper reward for return of same.
M. L. Hamilton, Salem, Oregon.
For Sale Or trade, a flno 10-acro
chlckon or fruit ranch; first-elasa
buildings and Improvements; oloso
to school, postofflco, storo and rail
way station. Will trndo for city or
unimproved farm property. Address
"W. J.," Caro Journal. ll-B-
Ferguson's Restaurant 95 BtftU
street. Open day and night, pax
20c meals aro hotter than any 25
houso In the state Six 20c meals
for $1.00; 21 20c moala for J3.00.
Vallev lodne No. 18. A. O. U. W Mo&l
In their hall In Holman block, cor
nor Stato and Liberty, ovory Mon
day evening Visiting brothwa
wolsome. Roy Mclntlro, M. W. A.
K. Aufranco, Recorder.
Lost. Smnll. shaggy, whlto dog, bob
tall, black ring around tall ana
oyos, ears black; answers to name
ot "Bob." Dollvor to 191 Marlon
street, and rocolvo reward. 12-28-3t
For Sale. At a bargain. For nnyono
wanting a good business location,
ln.cn atnrn nil hnusn combined!
good chance to carry on a general
TnnrnhnnillKn business 0U OHO Of Ba-1
lem's host stores. Address Ira
Towno, Salem. Ore. 12-lC-lm
Central Lodge No, 18, K. of P.CaU
Hall In Holman block, cornor BUM
and Liberty Bts. T-iosuoy 01 tc
wcok at 7:30 p. m. A. B. Strang
O. O.. IL J. Flomlng K. of 1L and B.
Buff Rocks For salo. 8ovoral trios
of Uie host nuff Plymouth hock
chickens, A. F. Hofor, Jr., East Sa
lem. , 12-19-3f
Forester of America Court BM
wood Foresters No. l. moow ti
day night In Tumor block. B. W.
Mlnturn. O. TL; A. U nrown, Bee,
though I am 77 years old, I now feel
ppr'ectly woll and without being n
nutated by anyone I rr.tko tills stato
ment as a compllmont to tho vlrtuei
of Stuart's Dyspepsia TableU."
Money Found. Anyono would feel a
thrill of pleasure to pick up a suvor
half-dollar on tho highway. They
aro lying around ready to pick up
(no capital required) it you are
willing to niBtlo and can talk only a
iimn lilt, flood for either sox. young
or old. , Address or call at Journal
For Sale. A fow cords of dry oai
nnd Anvone wishing same leave
orders at D. A. White & Son's feed
.- PnmmarMnl street. 122C-3t
DIU1, vw.... .-"--
Vetch Seed for Sale. I havo a quantl
ty of first-class votch seed for sale
both varieties. Call at placo or ad
dress F. Achilles, halt mlto west ot
Kaiser school houso, four miles
north of Salem. 12-10-lmMwk
Modern Woodmen of America Ore
gon Cedar Camp No. 5240. Mesa
.., Thnrailnv nvnnlriD at 8 O ClOCJB
Holman Hall, Frank A. Turner, V.
C: A. I Brown. Clerk. ,
For 8ale-0. K. Grubbers. Dost In
Orocen: thioo stato premiums;
ono horso has tho powor of 99; cau
grub an aero a day. James Flnnoy,
Brooks. Or. lWIMm
Protection Lodae No. 2, Ancient Or
der Unltod Workmen, moots every
Saturday ovonlng In tho Holmaa
Hall, cornor Hiaw anu mow
streets. Visiting brethren weloorn.
J. O Graham, M. W.; J. A. Bellwooi
For Sale Inmproved and unlmprovod
block proporty In 8outh Salem. For
Information Inquire or is. uo:or.
Journal ofllco . 10-0,tt
W ILL BE nLL
A Student Marriage.
Th university students and friends
of Don h. Meldrum and Miss Dorrls
Pnrkor wore greatly surprised to hear
of their marriage last ovonlng at tho
brldo's homo In Daker City. Meldrum
Is a sophomore in tho unlvorsuy oi
Oregon, and was a star player on this
year's 'varsity olovon. Miss rarKor
wag a froshraan last year, but aia not
return to school this year, uotn par
tin are very popular and woll-known
.innts nml their many frlonds wish
them much happiness In their new
it la not known whether tho coupla
1 1. a TSstrnnn
will roturn 10 scnooi o. nuu-i,-Quard.
Drs. M. T. Sclioettle, FranK J. bwt
and Anna M. Darr. uraanawsi
Amorltan School ot Ostooptay,
Klrksvlllo. Mo., successors to Dr.
Graco Albright Offlc hours to
12 nnd 1:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Odfi
Follows' Tomplo, Phono Main 27ilr
realdonco phono 2603 roil.
AMarkct wuotauons icuay
jf "Mike SAlemtt CoolHome Msrktt"
Forget your stomach and You'll Have
a Santa Claus Face.
Capital City Mills Quotations.
Bryant & Pennell, Prp.
Poultry at Stelner's Market
Chickens 8 9c.
Eggj Per dozen 23c.
Turkoys 12 16c.
Ducks 9 10c.
Choice Tarm For Sale. Threo miles
northwest from Brooks, having
dwolllng house, barn and two hop
vonpna with 30 ooros oi Hops, oai-
anco farming land, with running
water, eotcopt enough oholoo tlmuor
to supply tho plaoe. M. J. Bgan.
For Sale Klghty acros ot lanu in
Washington county, for it&u a
,.rtn.in fnr Home ono wanting to
mako a homo. Some Umber on tho
placo; sorao oloared. B. Hofor, Ba-
lm rtrnrnn 10-fl-tf
TONSORIAL AND DATH8.
Evan's Barber Shop Only firstatass
shop on 8tato stroot ISvory thing
new und up'o-uato. Finest pprc
lain baths. Bhave, lBo; hair-cut XM
baths, JCo. Two nrst-ciass oooi
lilanks. O. W. Bvnns. proprietor.
DENJAMIN 8CHWARZ A 80N8
Hop morchants, 07 to 09 BtaU
Btreot, Salem, Oregon, nopreflemoa
by Jos. Hnrrls.
HOW TO DO IT.
If thoro is ono thing more than all
others that will glvo a man a forlorn
and frlondloss appearanco and maki
him morbiiL and "cranky" and dls-
.i.io Mint thlnt: Is dyspepsia. It
makes ono forgot his friends and be
como moroso and irrltauio.
bo wrapped up in his own misery tha.
ho is Inconsiderate of every one else
.... -j ii.u tprrlblo and depress-
lng ailment, ho again becomes a good
follow and a man among
Tunnnula Tablets nre be
yond question tho most effective and
porular remedy over - - -
Llforers of this terrible sease no
thousands and tnousanua m
ny have brought abeu: and the enor.
roous increase of their sale fully
S est the truth of this -t-tJ
-. nhnvo nil, a natural
ine u... -M MM, tht
remedy. J"0' i"ja'"m" . .
,(, .nablo Ibat 8 '' "'
has a stomaen w .- -
fulness prints a grwv -
bis former uj. - , nyg.
Minions of boxes ui ...
Wo offer ono hundred dollars re
ward for any case or caiarrn iu
i n.irnd bv Hall's Catarrh
lUUUUk MW ,--
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & uu.,
We, tho undersigned, havo known
t t m.nnnv for tno lasv u .,
and "bellovo him porfoctly honorable
In all business transactions ana unu
dally able to carry out any obliga-
,! miirin hv their orm.
WEST & TRUAX, WUOiosaie mub-
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
WALD1NO, KINWAix """"
WholesaU DrugglsU, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh euro is wu -
nally, acting directly upon the Mood
' . rf.ieos ot tho systom.
TesUmonlals sent free. Price 75c
por bottle. Sold J all drugg I. -..
Hall's Family niis
-r nieet the Best
Edna Archer Crawford, leading
woman of the Baker theatre company,
now at the homo house at Portland
Oreuon has received an offer to ere-
will be made in tne w- "
Only after urgent sollclUtlon and
obtaining tho consent oi mu .
GL Daker. did Miss Crawfor -
copL She will leave roru- ---ol
about the first of tho year. Mr
Baker I. now negotiating ; with , thnj
famous leading women, - -rsolectlng
the best for th. vacancy
caused by Miss wraw.u.u-
Revolver Stopped Him.
Boeeburg. Dto. 30.-WhtI Deputy
ShorTMcClallun was handing lunch
fo m -x Prisoners In Jail Monday
aUsCon, Bert Die the young her
.Liv .rriii. u& -
IHIH. nwv m-
Potatoes, VeoeUbles, Etc.
AppIob 10c, i
Petlto prunos 1c
Italian prunes Be
Wood, rence PosU, Ete,
Second-growth 13 60.
Ai"h 3.00 to 18.75.
Body oak K&O.
Pole oak J4.00.
Cedar posts 12Hc
Hides, Pslts and 'urs.
Green Hides, No. l-c
Green Hides, No. S 4c
Calf Skins liBBc.
Goat Skins c to Jl.M.
Grain and Frour
Wheat. 8alem Flouring
port value, 68c
Barley $18.60 per ton.
Flour Wholesale, W-
Live Stock Market
Cows 2 Ho
Dressed vel HC
Dressed bogs c
Live hogs 4Vc
Mutton-2c per pound
Hsy, FmJ. cu
Creamer and Dairy '"
Godd dairy buttor-202Sc
Oreamery butur soo
Cream separi u.
WM. BROWN A CO. Hops. Mnjji
wool, hop growors supplies. NO.
220 Commercial street. Salem, Ore
gon. Phono I3i
For RentLarge parior hvuiuw....
with prlvato ontrnnpo; uso oi mr
lor. bathB, tslophone. etc; would
like tn rout to two yuiinu men who
would bo steady roomers, 138 Mill
street. C. W. Hollonbrnnd.
SQUIRE FARRAR Hop jnorenani
and purchasing agent "" -t
Commercial Btreot upstairs, Balem,
Orccon. Phone 1CB1.
Rooms for Rent-Up stairs. uoiUa
block, by day. week. or5'i?ntnv,Ai;
bo light housokooplng rooms. Elec
tric lights Opon all hours.
Commercial Bt, No. JW.
Mattlo Hutchlns, Prop.
T. A. LIVE8LEY CO'tS"'?, A"
hops and hop supplies. Phpno WU,
omco room in woiim. ..., -
lom. Oregon. -
j. CARMICHAEL-Hop buyer. Offlso
In Dush-Breyman building, Salem,
Oregon. Samples of oholce hops so
llcltod from all growers.
Mrs. L. Campbell-Does dressmaking
at hor homo, on tho car lino, near
tho South Salem comotory. Country
trado solicited. 11-m-im-..-
CATLIN & LINN-Hop buyers, uoow
8 Bush-Broyman uiock, doioiu, -gon.
HUBBARD & CR08?ANr1L0Pfl.'
era. Room 2. Murphy block, Salem,
Oregon. Telephone No, 371.
Meier's Barber Colleoe-Of 8a'. Lake
City, otfore advantages In teaching
tho trade that cannot no um -
where. Avoid schools Ui urcguu
and California harbors' new laws
are apt to closo at any time. Write
today for our special offer to dls-
i.i rrhft noDUlar
T rropr ?--- s ',
sa ssl va wwsnus
Co. 'phone 421.
. .. Ht Edwards &Lusch-
If. for meats. Wo havo the b-t
wusogo In town. Como and try It.
TTaZ. .nn.lnced. 410 Bast State
.niiliallf lllll! . LafllM FIB
' .. fPi,iB are som """""'", v.a two mourn bhv, -.- --
.-.irtftitMiu -- - . . r inair . vrs - .. am amihi
mance. "It ho comos again, near. .- but , tn. dRW, -- cftpturd maa a '
tell him hla houso is on fire, and he
W run homo." "Will ho?" say th
eager voice, nnrl thtf next morning no
I1I Inform hls'nursa wfth the air or
Uobadll that ho has driven off three
Tho Imagination of tha child i
capable of ridiculous inconsisten
ces. Th9 mouse, by day a cheering
companion to bo pettod and patron
d nnd to bo preserved by stsalUi
from tho oat and tho cook, assumes
horrid nocturnal dimensions.
hrieka and patters In the wainscot,
and is all at once a formldAble
. J, n and menao-
log unknown things. The butterfly
I chased and caught, and BdBlrea
tor Its beauty and Its Innocanoe. bur
stows swiftly Into proportlona tna
dwarf all mundane things- WWW
..I, iinn letters
popularity. Brvry"'"";ful on
f T TZcuZ of this terrible
wb0.haVeir?Sg is on. of hn
diseatu- " , ....
Rev. J- " "Z, I have bn
wrltes: -For rr tM
troubled wu r -: . at ftme
I became vary ;m ' -' ,.
relation bttw tb- i
orrather'r of the heart disturb
was tie cause .. Dysp-
aTc, I M VTv a invpte-l
,1a TablU for "r ttree boxe, o
a doUftr !!l .. three months ad I
which TLa I waat and' Kwur.
. uiqu v a i r
l ' .. MnYdaltl Vl
attewpt MrCtellen was
.., Harvey Jc. a -
SJtJ ii.o on Mmfl Cb"!
.hi. broth". thrw tb door wld
aB bis bwa-r. nc8
P "- "T- ' L ,wang
grabW . .rfl. u,a
wha stood la w"-'' .
i TtSSr atumpt to M
turfieJ to Ws o-
meat-Walla WJta, 71c072c
Flour Portland, best grade,
W. graham. I.7B.
Oat Choic Ytuiv. v -$21-
l inia t oaav W V WO
Salem Truck and 0jfCs
. .MiiaUy Offloe 'phone. 81. w.
wffwn Son. poprior Offlc.
un en Htate street g-i-m
. . itm IxMtrtairillAi
Dr. Z. M. Parvln-At w. i"- .
atreet, upstairs Bingmn -
nVdlmenUl and sight reading cUus
M. Begins Wednesday evening, , Oo.
toner 14th. Class every Wednes
day evening to May 1st, next Tul
M .- Kfrtauj
Unlqu. Ol.n.ng i "- - - to
xao BW--I -- . -,,
an iiotnineriHiu p.--
UBn I l I , mnv-l-
OFFICE CITY HALL.
For water sorvlca apply tf
Bills psyablo monthly la advanotv
UM -ii romnlalnU at the offlc.
Express and Transfer
"KKt service. Ktapbon. No. S4L
HECKHAW.HEDRICK A BOWYBB
I. ii, Arrived.
A carload ot wav'en wire fenolnf.
Special prices ty) Snvr a.v-.
Poultry Netting, Boinstw -
OU uiuit h.
ib raeh. Te.
lieUlpirTdTrlng. 11. turkey-
live. 1WM. tmttL
Hop 1 fP. :
Wod valley. XTdlso;
,Uk waists, Kia B.uTr, -ry-r-.
C. H. MAOK
THE ELITE CAFB
203 Commsrclal Street
Regular Dinner at Noon 25c
service a 1a Carte
i U nam m '"'':
Jk Tl aP
tTj7i Mott Will hereafter ot
Dr. W. 8. Moti win ,, Comf
M.V1 rom Oregob ;
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2761. ow - TLft v rt VflU liava AIW0I5 UWUBwl
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CASTOR I A
yor iuwu' "" " -
denoa phone, J
n. and 2 to fc jj
r w- - i ina ' r: wtt- , f i
IBtoUHe. Mlmm ,n.,t4c5 Un phono 4L Ohleon d - tf
Butte-uest ":;e '
ey oreamery.S0oj store 160X6HC