DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900.
The first question people ask when they want to buy Mmething in a
grocery store 1st "Is It good!" They knew tfcwt only "food" thing.
the things that are pure and fresh, should be need la their homo put
upon their tables.
Wo reeognlaed'tblf long ago, aid arranged our stock aeenrdlngly. We
searched the markets of the large rities and accepted nly IWtee goods
that couM be relied on.
Then We Made
The Price Right
This is the right way to sell groceries. Yon ran buy from ns sued
standard goods as PREFERRED STOCK CANNED GOODS, LIPTON'B
OR TETLEY'B TEAS, AMERICAN BISCUIT COMPANY'S CAKES AND
CRACKERS, finest imported fruits, J, A. TOLOER k CO.'S MOCIIA
AND JAVA COrrEE.. And yow get them at prleec that make a big
saving In the monthly grocery bill.
Wo deliver our sales promptly and correctly. Everything In our stores
is kept in perfect order and you will be delighted If you visit n.
The Division of Work
by the Faculty
Fine Labratorlcs and Excel
lent Work by the Grade
Roth & Gtabct
40 State St, 75 Commercial St.
We buy from the boat manufac
turers. It is our intention to toll
the, highest erode of jewelry. If
n ring, a pin, ft w&tofa or any ax.
tiole of jewelry whatever go
from horo wbloh Isn't a repre-
aented, we are bero to give satla
faotlon to make amends. We
want your jewelry trade we (ball
try to deserve It.
C. T. POMEROY
Jeweler and Optlelan, 318 State St,
The Immortal Mother Love,
A touching story eoneeralug a moth.
' J-e in told by the Now York
xV r this way; "Mrs. Christina
rbaru Hoeh laid ber dearest a
rl, to rest a dii years age in
oodlaad cemetery, Newark, N. J.
e was already 68 years eld, and
r.lly boped for an extended spaa ef
e, Bbe gave hereelf to norbid griev-
g, out wtth aer wa aauos piemen
a hie grave & sturdy rose bust.
ougb her home was moved to Brook
and the way was long, she re
ed again and again to watch tho
t with bo fettering levo she had
BV bakfnrr mnLkM olvn fflfr rA
L" nt the ingredients are net pare.
fence t xesulta can ealr una from
iealtbfs because it is carefully
led from pare suterixla aad the
'oeaUag glass jra are very eon-
SOLS SY ALL QSOOBXS.
gives to the dead mo as ehltd and
man. Tbe teutons came and went, the
rM budded and bloomed and faded,
only to renew thatMlve again, and the
mother-hunger wm satisied. Death bad
lest its rtlng. Mr. Hock died last
Tuesday. Sue bad bee visiting ber
married daughter in IMeemneld, N. J.,
and en the ears, en rente to New York,
she waa stricken with paralysis. They
took her uaeeacoleos to her heme at
No. 70 Bohermerbera street, Brooklyn,
and it was beers before she aroused
to reeogalze ber children about her
bed. Her dying thought was for the
rest and she bade her daughter, Brallla
Koch, with whom oho bad lived for
several year, to remember her cher
ished wish that after death she be ere
mated and the ashes of her body bo
used to nurture the plant she bad
tended. The orematlea took place yes
terday at Freib rend, and with the
opening of spring tho desire of this
simple hearted obi German woman will
be fulfilled. Born in Neifern, Qer
many, In 163, abe oame to this ooun
try with her children ia the first dawn
ef ber widowhood. Her two sens,
Otto, a Justice ef the peaee is Newark,
and Bmil, ,a vaudeville actor, and two
married daughters, Mrs. Bdwaxd Batta
and Mrs. Aston Break; have long
bet absent from the maternal roof.
Miss BmiUa Hecb was ber mother's
devoted companion, and both were
members of the German Evangelical
ehureh ia Soheraerhora street, whose
pastor, the Ber. Jaeob W. Loch, eon
deeted the funeral services on Tburs-
Amv nlolit '
j IN MM MWJg VKffL
Thf people of Salem are justly proud
of their High school. The attendance
le over 2fK Mid they are a very fine
body of young men and women. City
Superintendent Powers and hi aide
are all doing good work. They are
young men and women with high Ideals
and not afraid of bard work, and each
one earns all tho salary paid. Mr.
Powrrs is a progressive man, quiet awl
uMrmobetrative, but in eleee touch
with hi work, having a firm band m
the main lines ami keeping tab en the
details of the four large ward schools.
The assembly lake plaee at 0 a. m.
an.! 1 p. mi. Principals Marlatte and
Smith conduet the assemblies, and
make all announcements to elan and
give out rules and regulation.
Principal Marlatte kac three elaies
In georcttry, one in political economy,
one in advanced rhetoric. 01 ty Huper
Inter-lent Powers has a ebw in
American hletory at the High school.
Mr. SmltH teaches the Mieace, three
elai-es in pby steal geography, ef W
(ttirnt. and one In botany, one In
pbyslrs, one in chemistry. There t
phslral and' chemical laboratories.
Mies Mwafford baa four ctaseoc In
German and three In algebra. Mta
Tonneend 1mm six ekoeee In UUk,
there leing four-year eenree. Sbe
ala has an algebra cIsm.
M)m Klebanbi baa six cmmoc In
Kagllsh, rhetoric, grammar and Amer
ican literature. She Is a graduate ef
Stanford, and baa recently wen n prise
for an articlo In the Quad.
Ml Clarke teacbea Ave emseea In
kiitory- general, Isngiieh, ltatmui and
Medieval history. Her werk U alto
gether with tho High school olaMe.
Atbletios Is ft prominent feature at
the Salem High school teams In b
ball, Imsketlmll, football and founts,
are maintained the girls winning the
High sehool chamidemiblp ef Oregon.
The High school maintain twe lit
erary societies ibis year the Dcmes
theneg and Diogenes-meeting weekly.
Tnere are alee debuting teams, the
team going to Iteseberg today at 11
There ia a glee alub ef about fifty
members under the direction ef U. C.
ICpley, ee ef the beard ef edueatlen.
There is alae a High sebeel erebestrn
of eight piece, making tbelr Art p
pearanee at the literary society Iho
other NlgM. There la the beginning f
a library, a few dletlowarie. refenmee
books aad eNeyeiepediua.
MIm Cooper baa 40 enrolled as be
giuuer. There are four beautiful pho
tographs ef works ef art. The lUtle
oes learn "tags and begin making pi
tursu. They are drilled en vowel and
consonant sounds and easy words. In
Mies Ceeper's room is a large photo
graph of the most beautiful of all Ma
doauas-the Defregger. It is the
sweefeet exproMiou of mature wowuo
hood and tender motherhood ever
paiuted, the work of ft gifted TyroUse
Mies D'Arcy baa the nest grade
aad the r"om h full W. There are
many beautiful piotures, laelediag n
Urge aietlae wadaona. Miss D'Arey
driUa the cbileVoN (p beautiful lag
songie and ber room always ia an inter
OMing eae to vUit. The Selem scboobi
are absektely democratic. In North
seheel are several colored children,
while Miss D'Arcy has seme Wight
little Chinese. Os the eeeasioa ef a
visit from Hal D. Patten the ether day
a surprise was perpetrated by the lit
tle ones all whipping out aago aad
singing patriotic eoega.
Misc Byrd bas 38 enrolled, 10 to It
years old. They were singing away
like birds is a cage and the blackboard
was filled witb their werk. Tho Salem
oobee! children certainly reflect a high
degree of intelligence and prosperity.
Miss Fischer bas 4ft boya and girts
in grade werk. They are also earned
along i& drawing aad music. It was
early when we oaUod and they had a
visit from Carl Hinges, a former stu
dent la this grade, who baa been away
a year in New York and outgrown this
a T. Mela tyre, the janitor, aesisted
by bis sod, keeps the building olcaa
and comfortable. By going into any
one room be eaa tell within a degree
of the temperature of all rooms.
The greanda about the High sehool
are to bo graded: aeon, aad cement
walks put Kb. That will woaderfaUy
improve the appearance of the build-
In the Edinburgh Uni
versity three human lungs lie
side by side. One is of an
Jiskimo and is snow white.
In life, this would be ruddy
with rich blood. Another is
that of a coal-miner and is
black. The other is of a town
dweller and is a dirty slate
gray, as are the lungs of most
city residents. That's why
consumption thrives in cities.
One reason why Scott's
Emulsion does so much to
keep down consumption is
because it helps to keep the
lungs clean and supplies
them with rich, red blood. It
makes the lungs germ-resisting.
If the body is run
down and health is at a low
ebb Scott's Emulsion will
build it up quickly and per
manently. SCOJTAMOWNE. 409 ril Stmt KiwVetk.
iug and all the rooms can be kept
One of the greateet need of the
High eehool m a ptejue' for the ueeembly
belt, if the naeembUe wore opened
with mueie and a abort chapel service
it wouhl dignify the work ef the
There U n ptroog eeotlMeut growing
In favor of mcatiNg one mrgo fine
normal rhoot at Salem, boeawe Solum
has a complete and modot public sobool
and high school.
The sehool ban boon favored witb a
visit from Mr. tiyr.
The ergaulets are the same no they
were met term. Xeuc were 1m the
claes that toft.
Tbe eoclety in Mr. Smith's room
hoe elected new omVern, a foUowu
.John linker, president 1 Jay Motor,
vlee preodNt and Pranele Ptecher,
ecrtary. Tbe society bad n Mml
met meeting en tbe ueeU0Ni "lie
solved, That more can be done by kind
ness and persuasion than by feree and
authority." There were five speakers
h each eide and the decision won In
favor of the negative. Tbe work was
AND TUB BUST HBMUDY TOB
NINE 0AB8 OUT OP TEN.
Depraved Blood Causes Pimplea aud
TjduDri willlama' rink Till
Mako New Blood aud
Wc Are Out For Business
AND WE GET IT. REASONS ARE PLAIN. WE HAVE OUR OWN
I GRINDING rLANT. WE USB ONLY FIRST-CLASS LENSES. WD
CARRY ONLY nRST-OLASS MOUNTINGS AND FRAMES. OUR EX
rERIBNOE IS OF 88 YEARS TAST WE ARE GRADUATES OF THE
BEST OPTICAL SCHOOLS IN NEW YORK, OinOAGO AND PHILA-
DELPIIIA; rOST-GRADUATE OF BEST SCHOOLS IN NEW YORK
CITY. OUR METHOD IS NEW, OUR INSTRUMENTS ARE THE LAT
EST AND COSTLIEST, OUR TESTS ARE ACCURATE AND QUICK-
LY MADE, AND OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. ENDORSED BY
THE MOST PROMINENT niYBIOIANS OF THIS COUNTRY. OUR
KEEP STRAIGHT" BYE GLASSOS AND NEW MODEL "SURE ONS"
ARE Tim BEST MADE, AND WILL NOT GOME Orr IN WARM
WEATimR, BEFOOLE LENSBS OF Tim NEATEST AND BEST
MAKE. NEXT TLMB YOUR EYB8 NEED ATTENTION COMB TO UB,
WIS ARE BEPT PREPARED TO QIVE YOU PROPER ADVICE.
Chas. H. Hinges
New Jcsvelry and Optica! Store
1 23 Commercial St. Next to Capital Notional Bank.
Distilled Wate, Distilled Wate
In momifaetaring our Ilygomn Ieo wo uso onjy DISTILLED water
. This water m chemically pure. We alwayn bavo a limited supply ef
tho name, on ham! aside from that wwxl for Ieo purposm and will giftdly
fNrnleh tho'mmo In small quantHlea to Vbo eitiaemt of SaIom, Wo
moke no charges for the water. However, sWom who rtealro lt,mwtMU
for tho enmo, an wo do net deliver.
As the public undoubtedly known, we HmnnfaotHre ami tmli beer, a pro
tfrtct equally an pure m our distiaVO wi rrbioh pamreewi afoofood
al boalth quallfleaUomi Umt are imperior to as etber llqubl pro
ductxbby the bands ef mankind. However wtt reoelae the absolute
necetmlty of having a pure drinking water, ctfpeelaUy now when y
pkold s4 other ferera are creating mob havoc, and upon the euggee
tWfl ef serernl of tbe leoed pWytdcmoM, we bavo deeidei) to give away
whatever ef tbe distilled water wo have en bemd1 doily nod wMek bt
Wt tt'h H Iwfl Htfl JHi svtwr n ft IMWoi IMMl I4t
It gee without oaylng that we would sooner sort tbe people ef
totem our beer, but In no emergency of tbia kind, we are pfeaoetl to
give tbom distsllod water, We eufy nek these who deatre it to call
Salem Btewety Association
"I nbohud my etemeck, by Mood gut
out ef ov4er, n4 thou my face breku
out) w4tb pimple and boito." my T.
H. KobertMOH. ef 1K7 AtbkWa streot,
WH4dHgtOV IN. "This WON OVOT tWO
ymmi ago. My mumorb woa tu bml
eM. After eating would hove to
rwc awHitU or I would nulfor Mm mnt
sovero pnlort in my utoinaeb. On arW
lag I would oftea be m dtaay that I
sould bardsy nliind up. Tho sligsitM
oxorUon would nowh my bock aebi(
w aVae I often bad to set tow anl
rtrt- awWlt Al timos I axportoeood a
paia aroumi my hMurt which alarm
mo but wMeb I euppeo came from me
"I began to bronk out oa tbe face
with pimplea and kt vMk boNo,
wblob eoowaoit mo to tbe house a weok
or mora at a buM,
"Oao day I mmv Dr. WUMamc' Plak
1HM for ISdo Pmj4o adveriid ia a
pampblee widob woo baft at the door
aad I tbeogbe I wwM give tbrna a trial
I took eovvrol boxe of tbe plUe before
act tbe pimploa aad Wile left me, bot
I ata bow ykdl Ve eay tb&t my lAtxni ia
good. I do not bave aoy erujdioao aad
I no kngor bavo tbe bead aad eUmmeb
troubloo I deooribod. I am very (watoful
fjr rebut Dr. WW)' IHak IHMe bave
douo for mo and I bavo rssommeaded
tkw and always will advise those who
ori nuffuriag frow bad bleed or eUaa
aoh trouble to try tbesa.
Dr. WUebuaa' Piak ItlU are guart
leed to bo safe aad baralees to tbe laowt
tktieato eoaetitttUes. Tboy ooataia ao
murpblbo, epiata, jAreotis, sor awy
tMug to enuao a &ng babit. Tboy do
sot act oa tbe bowobi but tboy aotualry
mako bow blood1 aad1 stroagtbea wke
Korvee. If you waat good buolob you
hwimC bavo good blood. Bad blood is
tbo root ef tiH cohmcob dlroo, like
aaaeinii, xbeumatfcfiH, seiaoiea, neural
gia, Bt. Vitoo' duBoe, aervousssac, ia
dtgoetioa, debility, general wosJcdoms,
paralyuia, kfOtaaotoxi ataxia aad tbe
speolai aflsJMita tb&t oalyi woaearfolk
ksunv. TbW osly way to esro tba db
easca bs to ntnko straJgbt at tboir
eauso is tbo blood.
Da WOebaas' Piak PfXe are eobl by
aB dragista ox eeac pontpaid oa receipt
of price, 50e per bar, owe boxen tot
2 50. by tbi Dr Wtlbau Mcdtciao
Oa, BoBoetaJy, N Y
Tbe baseball beys arc not practicing
during tbe present bad weather, but
are making all other necessary prepara
tion for the eemlng soasen. They
have sold part ef their old soils and
have nppolNled h committee to pur
chase the now ones. Tbe eflleers aret
Manager, Jack Jmkor captain, Jack
An addition ef B8 new volumes bas
Just been made to tbe library,
A bosket social waa given met fall,
for tbe benefit of the library aad IM
waa made, with which tbe books wore
bougMi. Tbe library contains near BM
volume. Tbe present addition li
mostly all story books.
Mr. Smith think that alt the good
books in tbe dWefeet libraries akouid
be put in the circulating library -t
the eliy eenoow and i around, so
that ail might got tbe benefit ef them.
Instead ef Juot those la tbe school in
which tboy happened to be. Mr. Hmlth
has proNtd the idea to Superintend
The deb ting team loft for Noeo
burg today on tbe 11 1 J train. Tbe
student ded not go to tbe depot to see
thorn off, as It waa during a rosiwttea
period, but tbe boot wishes of all goes
The baokotball girt will play tbe
UMverstly tbm evening. Hoik t
am eager far victory, and tbe
premises to be a good one,
Mr. Smith baa made arrangement
to go with tbe team to Keeeborg. but
1 prevented from going. After hav
ing promitaid to go, be conoid erod it,
eeder tbe cireumitiinsos. his duty to
mako rlgbt the aOMppolntmeaL Ao
aordiugly be gave to tbe student body
aad tbe baseball team as much as
would bave been bis expenses oa tbe
Crlwdo Clark read a paper to tbe
American history eJaM Thursday ea
"Stephen A. Deogiao." aad Meeriek
Roberts read one te tbe botany cIom
ea "Struggle for HiMttte."
Tbe German society bad Its regular
meeting Thursday evening ia MUs
BwarTerd's elsmeem. Tbe aeetlag
woe presided ever by tbe president,
Martha Schlndlor. All speech waa in
German, aad the following program
was reader ed: "We Rede," Frauline
Swefferd "GeMaag," Martba Behind
Wj "Hme VerloeuDg," Aurelia Beekj
aad "Bin Deu Usher Beberx." Blanche
Idstos. Tbe Germaa soelsty is aa or
ganisation of girls, and ia tbe only
thing ef the kind ia tbe school.
The Beet Cough Syrup.
8. L. Apple, ex-probate jadge, Otta
wa Oa, Kansas, wrltctt "This U to
say that I bavo used Ballard's BTore-
hoBud Byrop for yearsv asd that I do
bo besitate to reeemaescl it aa tbe
best eosgb syrop I bave ever naxJ."
Ue, 50o aad ll.CO. For sale by D. J.
The undersigned bt prepared to take
sawing contracts. Telephone Main 013.
(X Metier, Fair GroHml Head, North
OORVALLIS tt EASTER It. tt.
TIME TABLE NO. 31,
Trains From and To Ynqulnn. ,
Loavoe Ynqolna ., 7i00 a, m.
Arrives at Oorvallln 11:18 a. m.
Arrives at Albany 13tl6 p. m.
Ioavos Albany ..12H6 p. m.
Iyvvos CervalMa 1H6 p. m,
Arrives U Yaqulna ...... OjOO p. m.
Trains To and From Detroit
leaves Albany 7:30 a. m.
Arrives at Detroit 12x30 p. m.
Leaves Detroit 1:00 p. m.
Arrives at Albany 5: to p. ra.
Trains for Gorvallls.
Ioaves Albany 7:66 a. m.
Arrives at CorvallU 81 36 a. m.
leaves Albany 3:30 p. m.
Arrives at CorvalHa ...,., 3ill p. m.
lyetvea Albany 7l3 p. m.
Arrives at Corvaltia 81I6 p. m.
Trains for Albany,
Ieftvee CorvaWs 6:30 a. m.
Arrives at Albany 710 a. m.
lioavea CorvalMa 12:40 p, m.
Arrives at Albany 1:26 p. eq.
LoavcB Corvallli o:00 p. ra.
Arrive at Albany CitO p. ra.
Regular Sunday Trains.
leaves uorvauis oiso a.
Arrives at Albany 780 a. m.
Leaves Corvallla 11:30 a. ra.
Arriveo at Albany 12:16 p. m.
Loavee Corvallla 8:00 'p. m.
Arrives at Albany 640 p. ra
Leavea Albany ,.,.. 71(5 a. m,
Arrivoe at Oorvariie 8t36 a. u
Leaves Albany 12:46 p. ra.
Arrives at CorvalHa ...... 1:33 p. ra.
Loaves Albany 7:85 p. m.
Arrives at Oorrallis ...... 8:15 p. ra.
All of tho abovo co&aeot wltli 8outb
ern Paclfio oompaay trains, both At
Albany and CorvaMls, m -well as train
for Detroit, giving direct service to
Newport and adjece&t soAcses, as well
tu BreUoabosbi Hot Spring,
For furtaor laformatls apply to
J. a MAYO. Geo, Fsss. ML
B. H. BOLB0, Ageet, AXany.
H, II. CK0NI88, agOfit, OsrraMU.
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