DAH.T GA71XA& JOTOWAX gALEM, OBBGOK SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1905,
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Stockton & Co
THE OLD WHITE CORNER
Another shipment of that very popular mako that wo have always car
ried. 25c to $!. 50 Each
Tho name on anv of these shoes la an absolute gunrnntoo that you aro
getting tho best possible- value for votir money. They aro unsurpassed for
stylo, quality, flt, comfort and sturdineas. That is why they nro not
ashamed to stamp their names on them. Pricos $1,50 to $0.00-
Keep Your Eye on This Store.
Wo doiv't like the monotony of doing tho sumo thing all tho time. Wo get
rostlosH, nnil want to do something different. Now keep your oyo on us,
wo rtro going to do something thnt will surpriBo you in a fow days. Every
ono will wonder how wo did It and why I
Pays You (00 per Annum
The Block Light uses a large mantle
and consumes eight parts of air to
one part Gas. The result is an illum
ination equal to four of the next best
burners and a tremendous saving of
It is Free to You for 5 Days Trial
All Genuine Hlock Lights have the words BLOCK LIOHT
stamped on burner as well as mantle.
YOKOHOMA TEA STORE
Our stock of flno silver plated wine Urge and well-saleeted.
Wo have n largo awortment of the fswoin Jno, (1. Darr brand of knives
forks and apwit. They aro fluo heavy quadruple plate of the bort that
has u wide repututleu for quality and wear.
Our always good assortment of sterling tableware spoons, knives, forks
and serving piteea, lavludea all the standard, popular patterns, and taauy
new ones, i
So if you touch anywhere along the Silverware line your uUs-as well
aa your Ideas as to price will bo pretty certain to be met.
We Pay Yout Cat Fae
Every ono says we have the swcllest
line of Oxfords in the city. Also in
fants' shoes in the highest novelties.
A glance at our window will convince
you that ours is a big, well assorted,
high-class shoe store.
Pays you 39 per annum
Of the List of
Piano and O gan
Patterns, Who Put-
From Eilcrs Piano
House in Their Sale
of the Bankrupt
Stock of Gilbert
Bros. Within thelast
Note the Names.
Some of your friends
are Among Them.
Davo Ynntis, flickering Piano.
W. S. Gilmore, Singer Piano. ,
Mrs. M. J. Mouror, Metrostyle Pian
oln. Mrs. M J. Mouror, Schumann Piano.
Chns. II. C'amoron, Scliafer Piano.
J. S. Smith, Everett Piano.
Chns. Patterson, Gilbert Bros. Piano.
II. L. Rockhill, Scliultz Organ.
W. T. Fluoskes, Scliultz Orgnn.
0. II. Crawford, Scliultz Organ.
Win. Ganngobst, Scliultz Organ.
X. J. Willard, Xowmnn Bros. Organ.
Father Fnbor, Pacific Queen Organ.
Mrs. C. M. Charlton. Bcntloy Pinno.
A. W. Schrunk, Gilbert Bros. Piano.
Geo. II. Graves, Aeolinn Piano.
Miss Mnudo McConville, Mnrshal &
A. Y. Itomley, Singer Piano.
Mrs. A. W. Powers, Kimball piano.
II. A. Hight, Gilbert Bros. Piano.
"Wm. McGilchrist, Doll Piano.
This showing of business for tho past
two weeks is naturally very grntifying
to us, ns it is a substantial endorse
ment from the citizens of our methods
of doing business, nnd also an evidence
upon your port of an appreciation of
the bargains wo nro offering you in this
salo of the Gilbert Bros', bankrupt
Our sale will bo extended for two
weeks longer along tho linos indicated,
mid for the reasons outlined in our an
nouncement on page eight of this issue
of The Journal. Bo sure and road it,
and be govornod accordingly. If you
nre interested in a real live piano prop
osition call on us ourly in tho engage
ment nt the House Furnishing Com
pany's, corner of Liberty and Court
streets. EILHHS PIANO HOUSE,
W. II. Weir, Qoneral Agent.
with what t
will soon be jmved
Bock boor, spring ehiekons and camp
meetings nro nearly ripo.
Any Alderman who ndvoontos haul
iug off mud ought to bo shanghaied.
Why elotiH up the alleys and back
yards, when wo ohu spend our timo
wrnngllug about a post house that
hasn't been ush1 for years.
Ifnw good it wakes a niun feel to
pay three dollars road tux, and thou
watch that old korse haul on mud and
haul off gravel. That make a fellow
feel as though he was gettiug something
for bu money, anyway.
Another dump eart might be wore
useful just now than a pest house, aud
it might stive miiio posh
PhUodoslans Will Entertain.
This evening at 8 o'olock tho yung
ladies' society, tho Phllodesinns, of
Willamette University will give rt de
lightful and navel entertainment nt
their kail in the University, to which
every one is invited to attend. A
splendid tuuial and literary program
will Ik rendered, but the priueipal fea
ture of the evening will be the basket
supper. Stories and jokes nnd roasts
will be sprung and ewy one present
will have a jolly good time.
Poultryi-t &tlnr Market
Bugs Per dozen, 15c
Baker & Son.
Bugs Per doses, 16c,
Frulta, VegtrUbles, Etc
Potatoes, sweet, It.
Borneo Goulet, of Brooks, is in the
Thos. Sims returned from Portland
Miss Myrtle Ferguson of Albany is
visiting in tho city.
Mrs. Harry Albert went to Portland
last evening for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Brown of
Stayton aro visiting in the city.
Mrs. Xellie Stevenson, of Portland,
is the guest of Mrs. P. B. Strong.
Miss Laura Epley is spending a few
days with her parents at Jefferson.
Anderson Cannon wont to Albany to
day, to spend Sunday -with relatives.
Mrs. J. C. Brown, of this city, went
to Portland this morning for a short
Mrs. II. Strattoa of Corvallis is in
the city, the guest of Mrs. Ida Bab
cock. Judge Bean went to Eugene this .
morning, to spenu Sunday -with Ins
Clem Hale, foreman of the Independ
ence Enterprise, is in the city for a few
II. M. Branson, who is here from
Marshfield, took a trip up tho valley
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Wilson returned
last evening from spending the day at
Miss Mabel Byrne, of this city, is !
the guest of Miss Ethel Whiteaker, at
Mrs. J. A. Aupperle nnd Mrs. D. J.
Denby, both of Jefferson, are in town
for a day's visit.
District Attorney McNnry and State
Land Agent West went to Portland this
morning on business.
Miss Lenta Stnley comes up from
Portland this cvoning, nnd will spond
Sundnv with friends.
Miss Hose West, a shident of the IT.
of 0. is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. W.
Prescott, for n few days.
Judge Burnott returned from Al
linny yostorday aftomoon, after hold
ing n briof session of court.
Mrs. A. X. Ilolmnn and little daugh
ter, of Dallas, is visiting Mrs. Ilolmnn 's
sister, Mrs. A. M. Dnlrymplo.
L. K. Adams, an attorney at law of
Portland, formerly of this city, was a
visitor in the city yostorday.
l J. Weed, who is serving on the
grand jury went to his homo in Jeffer
son, todny for a visit over Sunday.
Miss Theola Dove roturncd to Eugene j
this morning, after spending some time
with her mother and sistors iu this city.
Mr. anil Mrs. John Krebs went to
Woods, Orogon, yostorday, where Mr.
Krebs will take charge of a sawmill
Gordon Mooros, x student of tlie U.
of O., is spending a short time with his
parents, Hon. and Mrs. C. B. Moores,
of this city.
A. W. Talkington, of Granger, Idaho,
is in the city on a visit with his broth
er, Frank P. Talkington. He expects
to remain severnl days.
E. C. Hoekmnn, manager of tho Yo
kohama Tea Co. branch store at Al
buny, returned homo after a short bus
iness visit in this oity.
Mrs. John Bnync and littlo daugh-
tors, Florence and Elizabeth, wont to
Portland lust evening, where they will
spond u few days with relntivos.
Joseph 11. Mnplcthorpe, who has
boon visiting his brother, Thomus Ma
plothorpo of this oity, loft last night
for Chico, Calif., where he will locate.
Miss Ita Xeal, a student of tho Uni
versity of Oregon, is spending the
spring vacation with her eousin, Miss
Grnee Oliver, a student of Willamette
Mrs, Harry A. Oroen has returned
to her home at Portlaud, nfter a visit
with relatives and friends hero. Her
sister, Mrs. A. C. Ijiwronee, aecouipuu
led her homo for a visit.
II. M. Branson will leave today for
a week or ten days' business visit to
Willamette volley poiuts. During his
absence W, J. Butler will act as agout
for tho steamer Hoanokn Const Mail.
Among the Jefferson people who vis
ited this city the past week were: J.
J. Swanson, Miss Lou Miller, Charlie
Hoyt, O. 11. Cusiok, Hurl Cross, Mrs..
W. I. Jonos, Frank Kpley. J. F. Steiw
er, S. E. Pease, 11. F. Myers and Miss
POINDRXTRK.-At the koine of Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Parker, on 14th
street, iu this ity, on Saturday af
ternoon, April 16, 1006, at 2 o 'aleak,
Mrs. Elizabeth Poiudextor, aged 77
Deceased was born in Missouri and
oame to Oregon in 1S83. Sho resided
in Lane county, where her husband died
iv number of years ago. She was a
good woman aud highly respected by
a largo circle of friends. She leaves
four children, as follews: Mrs. W- II.
Parker, of this city, Gran villa and
George, of Ashwoed, Crok county, aud
Mrs. Dana Crabtrc, of Bend, Crook
county. The funeral will be held in
Junction as soon as the absent children
are consulted. i
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINSDAYS
We challenge any house in Salem to offer the public such bargains as we
do for those two days. Prices cut to the rock bottom on seasonable stand
ard, up-to-date merchandise. Wo can afford it. Wo do tho business.
Men's 4oc heavy underwear ..29c
Men's 35c summer underwear ..19c
Men's 45c working shirts 29c
Men's 50c silk neckties ........ 25c
Men's 20c black eox 10c
Boys' 10c suspenders 5c
Boys' and Girls 20c black cotton
Men's 95c black felt hats 45c
Boys' 75c felt hats 39c
Men 's $3.00 shoes $1.S5
Boys' $2.00 shoos ...:. '. 1.39
Ladies' $2.50 shoes LS5
Misses' shoes $1.25 and 1.50
Ladies' 35c heavy underwear ..23c
Ladies' 15c Swiss ribbed summer
underwear, white nnd colored.. 9c
Better underwear at the same ratio
of low prices.
$2.50 white waist, the latest in
We have 10 second-hand organs, trad
ed in on new pianos. Don't you want
one? We have them from $10 up, nnd
you can get one on $2.00 monthly, in
stallments. Geo. f Will, music dealer,
opposite Lndd & Bush's bank.
When Yoa Need
Anything pertaining to a bicycle seo
us, nnd wo will gladly fit you out. Wo
will do your work right, get it out on
time, and guarantee to pleaao you. All
kinds of repairs for all kinds of bicy
cles. Wheels called for and delivered.
Best work at honest price?,
FRANK J. MOORE,
Phono Black 301 379 Court St.
Money to Loan
Over Ladd & Bush's Bank, Salem, Or.
THOMAS K. FORD,
WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS
THE AMOUNT YOU PAY. WE DO WHAT WE PROMISE TO DO, AND
DON'T PROMISE WHAT WE WILL NOT DO.
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Going to Bay a Wheel
THE ROADS ARE FINE!
OUR LINE IS COMPLETE I
THE BUILT w , 4
like a watch JNatiooal
Who's Is You Repait man?
If wo nre, wo trust you aro getting tho very best work and prompt atten
tion; if not, we trust you will give us a trial.
It Costs No More
To have a complete stock of tires, rims, coaster brakes, etc., to select
from, and with our five experienced repairmen we arc enabled to give you
the beat workmanship and prompt delivery. The best of everything for
bicycles at the right price. Call Red 2151, and let your wants bo known.
BASE BALL SUPPLIES
Salem. Como and see them. .$1.49
$1.45 washable undressed kid gloves
sale price ...9Sc
1000 balls Sang Silk, all colors, spe
cial for this sale, ball 2c
$4.50 mohair dress skirts, only $2.75
$2.00 trimmed hats, only 9gc
$5.00 trimmed hats $2.75
Children's $1.00 trimmed hats, ,49c
If you want to buy dress goods and
silks at the right price, como to
tho Chicago store.
$4.50 China silk shirt waist, beau
ties (white), sale price ....$2.95
20c corset covers only Sc
39c corset coverB only 23c
75c girdle corset, French models,
sale prico 45c
75c Umbrellas, special 45c
Children's umbrellas 10c
Corner of Commer
cial and Court Streets
Norwich Union Fire Insur
Frank Meredith, Resident Agent.
Offlco with Wm. Brown & Co., No. 129
Ladies Earn $20 per hundred writing
short letters. Stamped envelopo for
particulars. Gem Mfg., Co. Cassop
olis, Mich. 4-15-lt
For Salo Cheap, 5 tons of ont hay
Capital Commission Co., 177 Commer
cial street. Phone 2231 Main.
Wanted. Energetic, trustworthy man
or woman to work in Oregon, repre
senting largo manufacturing com
pany. Salary $40 to $90 per month,
paid weekly, expenses advanced. Ad
dress, with stamp, J. H. Moore, Sa
lem, Or. 4-14-3t
SEE OUR 1005 MODELS!
$25, $30, $35, $40, $45
Wheels on easy installments; old
wheels taken in exchange. Any
gear, tire, saddle or handlebar.
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