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THE DAILY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1903.
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The shortest way out of an attack of not know
ing where to buy drugs right is to go straight
to the Palace Pharmacy where you dan buy
right drugs at just right prices.
Perfumes in odors of Chic, Ben Hur, Jockey,
LeTretle, full line of R. & G. perfumes.
The Prescription Dru& Store.
Sole agents for the Rotary Spray Bulb Syringe.
Next to Thompson's and
We nave Fresh florae
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Barr's, the Jewelers.
' When Time Is In Dispute
The watch from a T. Pomoroy's al
irays decide. A watch from there U
ralUble. The name lUolf la . nrn
tee. Bery wt.tch sent out U this
tore is accurately regulated snd cn
always be depended upon. That's tie
only kind of a watch to carry. A ble
stock to select from. PRICES, silver
watches, J2.S0 to $10; 20-year told
filled, $10 to $20.
C. T. Pomeroy . . .
Jeweler and OptieUn, 349 Ooa. Be
Made MINCE PIES at the
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Dr. Esliolnmn wont to Portland last
J. M. Watson, of Turner, was In the
city this morning.
Mrs. C. A. Gray wont to Portland
this rooming for a day's visit.
Wm Fab or, the hop doalor, canio
down from Albany this morning.
J. P. Steiwor camq down from his
home in Jefferson this morning.
Scott nozorth wont to Portland this
morning for au over-Sunday visit.
D, 0. Klrkpatriok, the Dallas hop
dealer, was in Salem last evening.
O. P. Litchfield went to Wood burn
this morning for a brief business visit
City Recorder Judah went to Port
land this morning, on business for the
George J. Parce returned last ev
onlng from a bimlnow visit In Port
land. Frank Curtis, warden of the peni
tentiary, is in Portland today on busi
Miss Halite Thomas went to Turner
last evening, to visit har parents over
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stalgsr returned
last evening from a visit with friends
Thos. Wilson, lookkjMir at the
penitentiary- want to Portland today
for an over-Sunday visit with friends.
Itev. Daiim. raotsr of the Catholic
church In Gervajji. wan la galera yes
terday, reluming borne last evening i
The Jolly Twenty card club save the
fl rat party of the season on Monday
veiling al the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hon. J. D. Le wnt to Portland
this ssornlag, where he will make his
future bowo. Miss Leo went down
last evfning, and Mrs. Lee goe to
night Mrs. J. O- Wright leaves tomorrow
for Sfattte where she will attend the
weddiag of her grand daughter, MUs
Greta Rosenberg, to a young mas of
Miss Stella Crawford eame up from ,
Woodbura last night to visit her pa-!
are enabled 3
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The young ladr is tachlilij in, Jthfr
Woodbura public schools.
W. D. Push went to Eugene this
I Greonbaum was a pnssongcr to Al
bnny today on business.
Judge Dean loft this morning for
Eugene, on buslnoss connected vlth
the Btate university.
Uev Adolph Eborle. of tho State-
street Luthoran church, wont to Lob
anon this morning, whoro ha will hold
Elder D. A. Watters has Just to
turned from several weeks spent In
Tillamook county, and. whllo out took
a deer hunt, capturing two flno bucks,
a pretty good record for a tondefoot
Thoe. Scott, tho pioneer miller, of
Scott's Mills, was a Salem visitor yes
terday. He Is almost completely re
covered from his severo fall of last
summer, and enjoyed mooting old
fiismlg as of yore.
Rev. Honodlct Darr. of Mt. Angol.
came up on this morning's train, and
will colobrato his first mass at St.
Joeoph's Catholic church tomorrow.
Ha is a guest at the homo of his
molhor, Mrs. J. G. Darr.
Rev. John Pat sons, D. D., loft to.
Kansas City last ovonlng to attend tho
sessions of tho gonoral conferoncc
committees. Ho will return In nbout
a month, and, with his family, proceed
to'Skagway, Alaska, whoro ho will
take chargo of tho Alaska missions of
tho M. E. church.
John Kechtor, general secretary of
the Y. M. C. A., wont to Eugene this
morning to rofereo this nflornoon's
football game. Dr. A. A. Joostip was
oriBlnnlly solected to rofereo the gnmo,
but, at tho last momont. tho Eugene
playors deoldod thoy wanted Mr. Fech-
Ur, and declined to play with any oth
er rofereo. nnd Mr. Fochtor was conse
South Salem Personals.
Mrs. C. A Orny, of Halsey. Is In tho
city, visiting her slstor, Mrs. Allon
Nye, for n few days.
Grant Klghtllnger, of Portland, nr-
Schilling's Best Coflcc is al
ways the same; but four kinds;
the teas are five ; it's a matter
Your grocer's; moncyback.
A Talk on
Whon you buy a Heating Stovo
that will pay for itnolf In tho fuel
It saves, you are getting a uouulno
gain. Uottor cxnmlup Into our
N'lcklo trimmed. They are great
heaters and fuel pr.
Another lino we have that stand
pre-eminent and defiant afraid of
nothing in the range Hue, that's our
Whatevor apv range made can do,
thin can also, and do It woll.
You'll be as proud to possess one
as we are to sell them
Here are also some good examples
of what can be made out of nil
new iron and not from the scrap
heaps. That's our.
They are as good as can be got for
the money they c-ost You may
rely on getting good goods here
and exactly as represented. That's
our way of doing business
Come In and let us explain all
about our stoves to you.
Maneing & Ferguson
Urdwae and Implement Dealers.
This Cap Label
It a guarantee of the purity and rich
tvm 01 tTaporaisa wnioin in u wi
which beam It. Inlt on elnjf It
Doiort you cuy, or u xcur uaiir ibt
It com larthatt, li moit anpatU
Ins ana mora pllnc to lh are
than tba wattnr imitation.
Highland, 111., U. S. A.
rlvod In the city yostcdny, hnvlng boon
callod on tho account or his father's
deuth. His wife and children will ar
rlvo in the city todny. Elmor Klght-
llngor, of IUvoraldo, Cal., another son,
hs boon apprnlBod of his fatlior's
death, and Is oxpocted to arrlvo soon.
Miss Susnn Kollor, of Tho Dalles,
who has beon vHltlng relatives In
South Salem, roturned homo yostor
I). L. Dowman, of Fossil, Orogon, Is
vlsldng frlonds in South Salem.
Small Dlaze Friday,
Tho Are department was at 4 o'clock
yuftoiilay afternoon callod to tho K.
Kckerlon building on Commorclal
street, whoro a smnll II ro In tho rear
of the roataurnnt threatened tho en
tiro block with destruction. Somo
gasoline lind boon Rpfllod on the
ground, and it was suppoHod to bo of
such poor quality that It would nut
bum Paul Mnrnach, an omplnyo of
tho placo, threw a lighted match on
tho ground, whero tho gasoline had
been poured out, and In nn Instant a
flhoot of flamo Hwept under tho build
ing, licking up tho gasoline nnd
threatening tho structure. Tin) do
pnrtmout was quickly called, nnd tho
blaze quouohod, tho dnmngo being
Wo huvo n mUcollanoous nKnorU
inent of luinbor, upwnrds of -10,000
feet, which we offer nt a heavy dis
count from rogulur prices. Capital
Lumbering Co. 01-2t
Phtnt; Main 29S3.
193 Commtrclal St.
Our Thi Journal.
Buy Oiljneal Now
A car just received. We are making a special
price on quantity lots. It will pay you to
buy what you need for the season as the price
will be higher
D. A. WHITE & SON, 'SIgRZSgfiSr
THE GREAT SALE AT
will continue another month. Our
Overcoats are nearly all gone.
Our aesortment in Suit and panta
ils good yet.
Our Una of Corsets Is getting down
to small Mite but what we have
go at lie
The ladle have made n big draft
' on us In our passementerie trim.
mlngs, silk and Jet ornament.
We are selling trimmings that cost
2J)0 per yard fer VLo per yard,
and all silk fringe and trimmings
. Neurasthenia, SL Vitus' daiqoRnA
brain-fag aro conditions that usuollr
baffto drUK treatment, but eacf J
Bponds gratlfylngly to osteopathic
measures. Osteopathy courts Invostl'
Drs. 8choottlo, Barr & Darr, Osteo
paths, Grand Opor Honso, Salotn. Or.
Now Ready for
Wo ImaojuBt received our
New Raisins and
and ovory thing is uow ready
for you to ruako your tninco
moat, fruit cakos and plum
New Qtf on
Just timo now to havo thorn
good for Thanksgiviug.
Fuller k Douglas,
142 State St Phone 2261.
In Drawing Your
Wo carefully comparo tho
description with our
tho liiud on our township
maps to iusuro a
doscrititiou. Our booka and
mapa give ua unoxcolled fa- a
cllitioa for doing AUUUK
I Salem Abstract
and Land Co.
I F.W. WATERS, Mgr.
A POSITIVE paylug Investment In any bual.
- Hess, largo or small, Is food printing
It's vnluo cannot bo over ostlmatod, Your ad
vertising matter which you dlstrlbuto and tho
stationery you uae generally nmkos a lasting im
pulsion, favorably or othorwlso, nccordlng to Its
Don't pay out money for tho poor kind; got
the boat kind.
Elliott, the Job Printer.
Our best 100 yard spool silk, all
colors only 6c eaeh. -All
other spool silk and twists In
the same proportion.
We are giving great bargain in
hata and trunks and extra In-
duoementa In men's glovee and
Our prlees on men's furnishing
goods can not ha beat in the
Remember the place where you
get actual bargains.
rents. Prof and Mra. W. J. Crawford.