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THE D AILV JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1903.
letting Left, But Stone Gone
Setting gets loose, stone drops out unnoticed, search
fruitless. This is a not infrequent experience with
handsome lings. Come in and let us ee if the
setting to yuur ring is safe. We charge noihine for
the inspection and it may save vou the loss of a v.il- ,
irible stone. Re-sctfing rings is a Barr specialty;-'
so is almost any sort pf Jewelry repairing: so is
making over old gold into rings". There are quite
a goud many sides to the Barr business.
BARKS JEWELRY STORE
State & Liberty Sts. Leaders In Low Prices.
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Ifarewell to Mr. and Mrs. Day.
Bt Monday evening a vory-plcns.
farewell party was given to Mr.
Ira. J. K. Day, at their homo In
Park, by tholr neighbors nnd
Is, as tney nro 10 movo io
aburn Boon, whoro tlioy will
'tholr future home.
Day has been a gardner at sov-
pralTof tlio state Institutions, and he
ramdlnls wife will be much missed at
rhose present were: Mr. and Mrs.
rmi Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
y Mr. nnd Mra. Clark, Mr. nnd
iMraR K A Sutton, Mrs. Arthur Kd-
yurdH, Mrs. Northcut, Mrs. Smith,
Mftflt J Ixmalgnont, Mrs. Hoy Coffee,
Charles I ngrange. Mrs. J. H.
CTayJor Mrs Hroilcr. Miss Norn La
isrange MIbh Mny Green. Miss Eugene
Dim Miss Owens, Miss Joslo Jnnios,
litis Kntlo Jnmes, Mis Iioutrlce
mission, first night, froo for ladles
nnd gentlemen. Tho lectures will
conUnue every night during the week,
with prlvato lectures Wednesday nnd
Saturday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, for
ladles only; ' and private lectures for
men only Wednesday and Saturday
evenings, at 8 p. m.
Lions Will Banquet.
Tho Order of Lions, which is a
flourishing fraternal Insuranco socie
ty of Baleni, wlll-glvo n banquttf and
Hoclal program for tho good of the or
iler this week. 8. M. ChlldoiH and
H. E, Mnnn and Mesdames N. M. All
port and IL H. leabo are n commit
teo who will seo Uiat thero Is nothing
lacking In the line or good things for
tho exterior or Interior,
Second-Hand Store Moves.
Tho stock of (loo. F. Smith Is "on
wheels" and will locate In tho a(nnt
store nt 308 Commercial street, form
oily occupied by the lions Furniture
Beit for the Money.
You will never ngaln pay
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visit in Roseburg and Grants Pass.
Mrs. Charles Gray left fof a visit
with friends In Portland this morn
ing. Dr. Hudolph Schmidt, of Turner,
was In Salem on business thts morn
ing. ' "
C. G. Kester returned y'eeWday
from a business trip In Kasturu Ore
Miss Minnie Washburn. ofJiigene.
spont Sunday at the home or W. T
D. H. Macklo enmo up from Port
land yesterday to nttend the funeral
of John Hughos.
President Coleman, or Wlllamotto
University, tnndo a business trip to
John llrooks, Sr. of Portlaud, Is In
the city, looking after some of liU
Mrs. S. Sanford. who has boon vis
iting friends In this city, returned to
her homo In Kosebtirg today.'
Mrs. S, A. Snnford returned to her
home In Albany this morning, after a
weok's visit with Salem friends.
Miss Llzzlo Swnrts, a teacher at
Junction, returned to her homo Sun
day, after a visit with Salem friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank K. I.ovoU ar
rived In Salem Snturday from their
wedding trip. Thoy visited Urn Ange
les nnd Del Monto.
Dr. George HussoU returned yester
day from Portland, whoro ho visited
friends. Dr. Uussell will soon begin
the practice of medicine nt Arlington.
The senior class of tho Collogo of
Orntory, of Willamette University,
consisting of Misses Ilyrne. Chapter
and Pnrrlsh. gne a very successful
ontortnlnment In Albany- on Friday
r Mr. and Mrs F. K. 1-ovnll hnvo re
turned from their wedding trip, and
will go to housekeeping In tho reel-
occupied by It. P.
is one of the things that occu
pies the attention of most evety
house-keeper at this season
We ate especially well ptepa
ed to supply yon wants in this
line. Out papers Stw f&
the lowest in the city.
ay, Herbert Clark, Thomas Clark,
Iftort Clark, James Cornell, Chnrlos
loll and Mr Lord.
Free Lecture Tonlnht.
;iio Inrgo vncnnt store room on the
rthwest corner of State and Com-
rclal streets lins been rouovntnd
Mdfrcnnlred nnd titled up with drn-
orles nnd Rented with chairs for n
series or Illustrated lectures on
Iffoaiih and disease; Physical. Montnl
nndIJsychlc Development by Proton
sorjLuclus the emlneiU. scientist, of
NjjrjgTork, bcgliinlng tonight. Ad-
sizes nt Johnson's.
51 1 m Myrtle Myers, of Srlo. who has
benn the guest of her sister, Miss
I Maud Myor of the Lincoln school,
the post weeX. returned to her home
Murray Wade spoilt the week's ml t Sclo today,
in Salem. j H0- Wechter nnd wife (if Indiana'
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Moore, npunt lM" arrived in Salem Snjturdny for
Siuidny In Portland. visit with hie brother, win, Wechter
Choiitor Murphy spent Sunday at of this city. Thoy expect to nmko
his home In this city. Snlom their future homo.
Isadore Greonbnum nnd son nie In II. O. Guild, formorly of the Snlom
Poitlund on n plcniuro trip. Independent, now of Prosser, Wash.,
Sllns Howard, tho mall cnrrler, left Is In the city for a flny. He wiys II. S.
for n short vacation at Nohnlem. (Nxik. IS, 0 Hansen and other Snlom-
Mrs. C 11. 1 locket t Is home from a Ites are there nnd nil doing wall.
mm f Mm an h stHi mmm Him rm me
BTtis is BARGAIN WEEK at Stockton's' Yot will finds
Bargains on every counter, on all kinds of goods and in all;
jMaces. We mention only a few.
Mr W II Whltmore, of San Fran
cisco, Is visiting his pnrentB, Mr. and
Mrs. J C Whltmore, of North Sa
lem. Mr. Whltmore will start for
Nome tho latter part of May, with
the Intention of tnklng chargo of n
large mining proposition for a San
Mrs. N. J. McPhorson. or Portland,
Is In the city to spend n row dnys
with her son, IMwnrd MoPliorson,
warden at tho state prison, who has
been quite III, but Is Improving, Mrs.
MePhereon makes her homo at Port
land with her daughter. Pearl, and
will be remembered by her many ac
quaintance nt Salem, where bIio
Mr. and Mrs. John Knlftht. or Knst
Chemeketu street, nre home from a
week1 visit to Portland friends
jiieianfiti iiimiaw4tf )iiii
South Salem Personals,
Mra P. ItMiiitisaou Iiiih returned
from a two weeks' vacation visit with
her slstur In Portland.
Mrs. Piper rolurneit today from n
visit with hor son's rnmlly In Port
David Parker spout Sunday with
frlends In Portland.
Fred Anderson enme up from Port
hind yostardny to spuud n few diiys
Kith his fnmlly.
WOI.MHK. Sunday afternoon, nt 3
o'oloek at ill iwrwningo of St.
John's I.uthenui church. Carrie
WolK to Chnster A. Mee. Itev. II
VOHI8. At the "fnmlly home. In
Mornlngsldu, Sunday. April 11.
1003, tho Infant win of Mr. nnd
Mm. K. M. VorlH
The FLORSHEIM" Shoe
THE VERY ULTDVIATE
OF SHOE FASHION.
-ii mo TuuKBiitiM" Hiioo Mndo Uio way our Shoomakor
would mako them fino bonch work good inRtorlaU-oustom niado
appearance a txrfoct, foot-nttlng shapo.
THE NEW STYLES
nro now roady for your Inspection today Is the best tlmo lo call!-. Z
your sue may uo gono tomorrow.
Itvin Sl Petteys
Phone No. 201 Blue.
REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT.
04 State Street
HXvOi-af ff -fK4..n8tnitttt
BOOTS and SHOES
HATS and CAPS
STAPLE DRY GOODS
iltcocs up to 8c for 5C
S- muslin, fine grade QC
Jabot A O -ZC
Black Rock a very line
Bleached Of '-
Bleached Hope QC
Others 6 L2c for 5c
We have a full and com-"
plete slock of the very latest!!!
clothing, up-to-date in every"
respect, bett tailoring and?
m?tcrial, Remember this is
Largest Shippers In Marlon County of Country
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These Skirts are the
best quality -at their
regular price that we
Men's Hats !
A large new line in both woel:
and straw, every How Style
Good Percaie "Wrappers, neatly trimmed with full skirt
and wide full flounce, washable corset waist
!BJ:aC3hL33Kr ?7 3E33GXZ
3 yard long
Other Towels, Special
The UnltoJ Blntwi jovrnmint Ih
iw Bending out ofllrorn to Inapoct
tho national rtiarrin of tliH iJIfforont
fates, to ascoitaln lhlr conilltlon
Iwforo tho Dlok bill row Into effort
Should thos InHiwlldntt imve w(U
factory , tho Ruarilti will h mippllwl
with now ropt-atlnjc rlflwt nnd will
partlclpnto In th K(verHmont t-n
Oregon Is one or tho flrat tatH
lo bo Inspected, nnd the Inspection
will take placo at the annory on next
Tuesday nlRht. Mnjor it. H. I.oaho
having already rtK-elved the order.
Several Important chances have
been tnndo at the armory In tho past
week, in tho shape or remodnUng and
repairing. Tho company was com
pelled to boar the expenses of these
hangos. as tho city would not. The
Salem O. N. 0. dwarves better treat
ni'-nt at tho bands of the city, as they
pay a very high rent for Jho nniiory,
at.d havo rented It for the past four
ars. Tho people should at Wst
take some latcreet In the orManlsa
tion. fcnd help them to get a coNvenl-
eut placo to drill The Kaiem cam
ny Is not going to be laughed at, as
it Is among the beet la the itfale, and.
with such officers as Captain Chan.
Murphy and Lieutenant It. W. Hainan
In charge, the oom(Auy will be n
credit to tho state In a government
Want all tlje butter and eggs we can get at
35c per square for butter, 16c per dozen for
eggs In trade. Or less 10 percent for cash.
Phone 249 J Main
of Attorney V W Anderson, for
shooting and sorlously wounding
Tamilian and IiIh partner. V 0 Hon
fills, for attacking him In the columns
of the I'oht.
WILLAMETTE HOTEL ARRIVALB.
Denver. April 2 II H Tarn wan.
one of the proprietors of the Tost;
Robert Schroeder, Daniel Sadler, po
lice magistrate, and W. K. Thomas
wero Used !Q0 each and sentenced to
one day In Jail for attempted jury
bribing in connection with the trial
II. K. Iounsbury, rortland
O. II. Kronen, Washington. I). O.
T Qulnn, Cortland.
J. V. Qulnn, rortland.
II. N Montgomery. Philadelphia.
V. K. Itwls, flan Kranalsoo.
It P. KorgUHoii, QJnaiunati.
L. K. Iturnett. Ohioago.
H. J. Moore, itugene.
Win. II. Iinge, San Kranclsco.
V. K. McCarrol. pQrtland
illw SI. A. Crawford. Lincoln, NeJj.
1 II. QoiMage, Seattle.
O. O. Vernon, atUe.
J. II. Dlckluwm. Seattle.
I. Colin. San Kiunelsco.
A M. Twombly, MarshflelU.
Chas. Hlaurr. MarthfleW.
J. A. Kellogg, Northixirt.
Jaek I Cassweli,' Chicago.
0 C Ireland, Indepni!ene.
W O. Martin. Portland.
J S Davie, Itochester, N. Y
II 8 Hoor, flan Kraneisio
VS. K Lordlier. Kugena
D IL Handy. Kuguile.
I H. Howe, New York.
Joseph Schamberger, Astoria.
J. Bwouholt, flhavno, "Wis.
Alex. Rem, Sa Francisco.
M. H. Coffee, Ban Francisco.
Willamette ZC2C t
Home enterprising student got ac
cues to tho ton lloor of the University
yesterday, and consequently lite bell
li the tower Is out of commission, till
tho clapper Is roidnced.
0. K. ClaggetL who untarod the
UulvsrsJiy last fall, has gono to Port
land; whero ho will work during- tho
Ceoli Hawley, son of President
ilawley, Iiuk returned from 'Krlseo,
where ha baa bn employ! hImco
ih UflUitty .
IlaseJiall (s taking fur. on the m-
pu. Arch Jormau, lost year's pitch-
4tf yta oleotwl captain of the teaun
BaVcrul praetleo games with a mixed
town team were played, and Mnaager
filovur Is arranging a sahedulo with
the different schools In tho valley.
Tlu senior olasa in elocution gave
a, successful entertainment at Albany
oo the Htli under the auspices of the
United Presbyterian church at (hat
place. The cl'e was aaslMed by Mrs.
V. P. Nutting and Mm. I'. A. Young, of
Albany, who oppearod on the pro
gram for vocal solos. The class con
IiU of Mary, Cbapler, Klau yra
nnd Edna Farrtta.