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THE. Q,AILY JOURNAL, SALEIfrlOREQON, FRIDAY, JiPMl. ?V tM.
Tie "Quick Fix" Factory
Che Barr Sloro maintains a small jewelry factory, ono of whoso
inin characteristics is promptness in filling order. Making over
it gold into rings is the sppcialty df this fuctory and it also repairs
y thing and everything in jowelry. If you havo any jewelry that
led atlontion, wo'll ''flx it quick" and at prices that will not dis-
snso you. By tho way, the sotting in your ring may not ho safe.
Erne iu and let us see about it. Wo re-sot many rings in thocourso
BARRfS JEWELRY STORE
State & Liberty Sts. Leaders In Low Prices.
t H I It I I I M 1 1 I I H I i
ill I i iH lllllll llllllll
(Odd Fellow' Anniversary.
turday uvenlng tho Salem Odd
will celcbrato tho annlver-
of the founding of tholr order,
the following pregram:
Sgcr Hill and Dale," Mlsem Hoov
erAwynans, Jean son ana uyars.
Meno solo MIbs Claudia Chlldcrs.
'Address of welcomo Hon. Geo, H.
aMwgett. P. O. M., and P. O. P.
recai so 10 miss uyars.
ecltatlou Miss Myrtlo Marsh.
Auartet, "Friendship, Lovo and
Misses Ilynrs and Johnson;
jCirn, Crawford and Purvln.
ESdross I)r W. P. Williamson, P.
ipM. and P O It.
Violin solo Miss Gaynell Baldwin.
Recitation Miss Musa.Qccr.
Vocal solo Miss Nina Johnson.
A number of married people gavo
a novel progressiva lunch and blcyclo
party on Thursday evening. Ono
course of tho luncheon being served
at each home, and tho participants
riding their wheels to tho different
places of entorUdnnicnt Thqjo tak
ing part wcro Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
I.nForo, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. nnrnett,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drown, Mr. and
Mrs. Werner Dreyman, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Fienn, Mr. and Mrs. Moore.
rccoptipn are meeting with -great
success, peoplo of all parties vicing
with each other in readiness to sub
scribe. Governor Chamberlain today
gavo tho commltteo a handsomQ sub.
scrlptlon, and his example was fol
lowed by Superintendent James, of
the stato prison. Tho Salem recep
tion will be tho big Btatc event, nnd
there will bo tho largest crowds In
town on that occasion that havo over
been seen hero slnco Uryan's famous
vlBlt, when excursion trains wort run
from all directions. It Is oxpected
mai on iioosovelt day there will bo
excursions on nil tho trains.
To Receive Roosevelt.
Tho commltteo on ralslHg funds to
defray tho expenses of tho Rooscvolt
BOOTS and SHOES
HATS and CAPS
-argest Shippers In Marlon County of Country
100 Hi sack half-ground Stock Salt
50 Hi sack half ground Stock Salt
50 Hi saok gouuino Liverpool Fine "Suit
50 Hi suck Worcester Kino Salt .
100 Hi sack Cano Urnuulated Stignr
100 Hi sack Sprecklos Grauulated Sugar --
7 bars Golden Star or Lenox Soup
l.lli can Schilliug Baking Powder
1 lb can Folger Baking Powder J
1 bottle Gilt Edge Shoo Dressing
1 Hi best uncolored Japan Tea
1 lb best gradejMocha und Java Cofloo
5 gallon sizo Barrol Churn
$3.25 ' 1
0 gallon size Barrol Churn
15'gallon size Barrol Chum
100 ll:keg Wire Nails
Wringers, iron or wood frame, guaranteed for 5 years
Iron or Wood frame Wriucrers. Guaranteed for 3 years
Iron or Woodtfrauo Wringerslguaranteed for 2 years
$2.25 and $2.50
Iron or Wood frame Wringers guaranteed for 1 yonr
Common Irou framo Wringers
5 bars Fels Napthd Soap i "
3 cans Fouutain Corn
3 Cans Fountain Tomatoes
5 packages Arm, & Hammer brand Soda
Charles A. Park Is in Albany on
Carl Griffith, of Macleoy, 'has boon
tho guest of Salem frlonds.
W. T. Gray, a former Salemlte, was
a business visitor vostrrdnv. "
Rev. Wm. Kllot left for Portland
and Hood River this morning.
Attorney-General CrnVford Is In
Jackson county on law business.
Miss Ethel Knight leaves In a few
days for an extended Eastern trip.
A. It. Slegmund, of Gcrvols, spent
yesterday looking up Home business
J. 11. Tuthlll, of thov Salem Gas
Light Co., Is In Portlnnd on business
Mr. V. Vlesko went to Gervals this
morning, to comploto noma masonry
Miss Mabel James returned this
morning from a visit with friends In
Mrs. R. H. Fleming nnd dnughtor.
Prlscllla. nro spending a fow dnys In
Miss Eva Worrlek. who hns boon In
Poitlnnd tho pnst month, rotumed to
her homo In this city last evening.
Invitations hnvo bou Issued for
this evening for the regular dance
given by tho omployen at the nsylum.
S. A. Park, of the asylum foroo, wnH
called to Plonsant Hill today on no
count of the serious illness of his sis
George Ilurdlck. the well-known
entile buyer, was looking up th
stock market In nud nnmnil Snlem
Superintendent Thomas W. Potior,
of the Indliin school, nt Chemnwn. re
turned last night fiom nn extended
trip to California In the Interest of
Miss Lulu Hunn nnd Miss Rhodn
Stnlnnkor. of Albany, returned home
tills morning, nftor n successful en '
gngement as "the coons" In the "Mer
ry Mystic Mldgots."
ueo. F. Seeloy. of Oak Grove, Is In
Soloni. to suttlo his Insurance. Mr ,
Sooloy's homo, ono of tho finest
house In Polk county, was destroyed '
by fire last Wednesday evening.
w i. unlet), nrlvate Beriwtnrv i ,
Governor Chnmlierlnln. Is In Portlnnd,
arranging for the pnoklng nnd trans j
portatlon or their housohold goods I
Mr. Gatnns and family havo ronted
tho new Krausso cottage on Winter,
Btreot. ' ,
Stato Suporlntondont J. II. Acker
man has Just returned from a weok'sj
trip attending tho Inland Emplro
Teachers' Asosclatlon. at Walla'
Walla. Wash.- Ho also visited tho
schools of tho larger cities in Eastern
0. P. Terroll. of Mehama, was In
tho city today, on route to Clatsop
rniinfV Wrinrn ha fina an ma InlneAAta
Uo was county Judgo when tlio first I fi
uiivcuvu worK was none townru put
ting tho county on a cash basis, with
Woman Drops 85 Feet Down
Husband Follows and Succeeds
in Rescuing Her
News comes from Fllluiotc, Ven
tura county, Cnl of nn octlon lost
week exhibiting an unusually well
collected mind nnd heroic spirit In tho
presence of an appalling accident to
his wife by I Wnrd, son of Fred
Ward, and grandson of Mrs. Mary B.
Wanl, better known an "Grandma"
Ward, of this city.
Young Ward was engaged In drill
In a well, which wa down 85 foct
deep. He was up In tho derrick rig
ging, 25 feet above thj ground, ad
Justing somo part of tho tackle, whllo
his wlfo was steadying tho rod over tho
aperture. In Bomo way Bhe lost her
balance and fell head foromost Into
the well. Tho holo was largo enough
to allow her body to slldn down to tho
.Ward Jumped down tho 25 feet to
tho ground, fastened nn cud of a
cnblo securely, lot himself down Into
the well nnd then attached It to his
He pulled lilins.-lf up hnnd over
hand and discovered his desperalo ef
forts to pull her out wcro unavailing.
Ho had not tho strength to do It. Ho
ran a quarter of n mllo away to se
cure assistance, and, returning with
help, tho unfortunnto woman was
Hor life was despaired of, as It was
thought thero was a fracture of tho
skull, and a fatal concussion of tho
Later advices, howover, aro to tho
effect that Mm. Want will recover.
Tho pair havo only been mnrrted
about a year. Ashland Tribune.
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALS.
8. C. Sponcor, IMrtland.
John T. IJghtor, Portland,
A. Wesco. Portland.
W. Fulton, Astoria.
Row, SL Louts.
U Campbell. Eugene,,
8. W. Houghton, Deadwood. '
W. G. Codman, Boston.
Mlsa U K. Forroll, Portland.
Thomas Ilcovcs, 8an Francisco.
II. N. Stoudenmcyor, Chomawo,
Zolla Hills, Portland. '
Geo. FlUglbbon, Portland.
Fred Dawson, Albany,
W. I). Dietrich, Ban Francisco.
I I Donrborn, Boston.
W. H, Stanley, San Francisco.
8. N. Foldhelm, Now York.
Geo. K Hutchln, Portland.
U 1). Charles and wlfo, Gold Hill.
Fred P. 8lmpson, Jr., Now York:.
The "FLORSHEIM" Shot
THE VERY ULTIMATE
OF SHOE FASHION.
us tho "FLORSHEIM" Shoe Mado tho way our Shoemaker
would tnako there fino bench workgood materials custom made X
appearance n perfect, "foot-nttlng shape,
THE NEW STYLES
am now ready for your Inspection today is tho host tlmo to call
your sizo may bo gono tomorrow.
Itvin & Petteys
Phone No, 201 Dlue.
REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT.
04 State Street
1 1 Sk IMij
t t a t 4 t4t
s one oi tne tmngs tnat occu
pies the attention of most evey
house-keeper air this season.
We ate especially well ptepat
ed to supply yot wants in this
lit C -b-r. arc the latest
AiXJtC. VWA JLcJJlO a.
the lowest in the city.
tho cc-oporatlon of Captain Mlloy, aj
The Best That's Made
We carry the best lines of machinery that's obtainable
We arc building our business on quality, and if you get
things here you get the best that's to be had in any mar'
ket We guarantee our goocs and stand back of that
, Injhe City
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. KoIIor and fam
lly. Ieo. Paul and Mario, of Youngs
town, Ohio, nro tho guests of tholr
brother. J. O. Relgelman. of 165 Capi
tal street Mr. poller Is a well-known
decorator, of Youngstown, and his
daughter, little Mario, 9 years old. is
known throughout the Kast as a child
wonder In elocution and fanoy danc
ing. Hor memory Is something that
Is rogarded as extraordinary. She
has tho faculty and ability of mcmior
Izlng. and a thorough understanding
of verso after verso of the roost dif
ficult kind of mattor. Mule Mario's
talent Is not only confined to elocu
tion, as a dancer she has few, If any.
equals In the country. Wo would Je
pleased to hear the talented young
miss at some of our public entertain
ments. Mr. Kellflr expects to make
his future home In Portland.
Ktate St. Phone 249 1 Main
mWWIMf ! HlIfMHilIllti
Four Walla Walla land claimants
erected a cabin that covers the four
corn era of four quarter section In
Franklin eonnty. Washington, and
each will claim the house as hi res
idence In case of conteiL
Our trado on thlu most popular
.Separator Is constantly on tho in.
crease. It's notonco In twenty times
that a prospective buyer, who will
look Into the relative merit of this
and any or all other Separators
will fall to decide on tho Sharp-
less. Low hung supply tank, long,
hollow bowl, no Inner parts, gear
ing eualosed and running In oil,
high apcod and perfect safety, all
combined In one. All site ready
fur immediate delivery. Machine
told on easy payments- Try one
and you'l nvur glvo It up. Send
for catalogue and other material
A warehouso full of them ready
for you. Our ontlro lower floor
filled with choice spring vehicles,
In road wagons, driving wagons,
top buggies, Hurries, rubber tiros
and everything else you might de
sire. Cull and see us,
WIRE FENCINO." ""
And everything usually found In
a first-class Implement house. Our
first tar of McConnlck harveutlug
warhlnery already on the way
Tho choice of experts.
The cbolco of tho ladles.
The choice of mechanics.
The choice of boys, and all for
tho 0&3 genornl reason that they
run easily, and are tho best whooU
that money can buy or skill pro
duce. Host, for tho ono and sim
ple reason that every feature on
them Is tlmo tried nnd tested.
WHEELER A WIL80N.
And other machine a low a
118. Our trado ou our best rotary
moculuoj U something- phenome
nal. Wo seldom fall to eonvtco the
most prejudiced lookor that tho
rotary shuttle 1 tho correct one,
and that tho White and Wheeler fc
Wilson are the highest embodi
ment of that Call and see our
F. A. WIGGINS IMPLEMENT HOUSE
The wife of General A. K. Woodson,
who Is dying from a paralytic stroke.
at Qreat Falls, Moil, Is hurrying to.
his bedside from Wichita, Kan They,
have been estranged for year.
255-257 Liberty Street, Safem. X
Knn Machinery, Uicvcles, Sowing Machines and Supplied,
N. H. BUKLEY, Sawing Machine KopBlriug.