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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1I)0H
aiuimmiimnnimmniiTn?inimiTnnnnn,inn i n,""t,',,ii'"" .- - ril1lllrniNti() 1w -"- , U. JOSSE'S JUNE CLEAN UP SALE BEGINNING MONDAY, JUNE 22nd AND LASTING UNTIL SATURDAY, JUDY 4th v THIS IS NOT A "WIND SALE," RUT AN ACTUAL IlOXAFlllE REDUCTION N OF PRICES 0NfWEARLV ALL LINES OF FURNITURE 'ANrIiIOUSE.FURNISHINGS IN OUR$tphE. ilT m imm. .1 " ' F vV J ' "3 " ,01"UITKI) AL OF FURNITURE NOW USING ROUGHT 11V A SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE IN THE EASTERN MARKETM it, , , . u If V V TUB iNK0IiSITy,OP4O$TTIXCrOUR STORE IN SHAPE FOR AN IMMENSE ARRIVAL OF FURNITURIJ O.W REE M TO MAlCO A ;' OBAWbjfyittitif UP, AND THE PEOPLE FROM Al CjvMAKION, AND POLICOUNTIES CA? r x j MIKBTS. ITlHUl,T0lJ N HAVE OUR PROFITS FOR Tlfjfi NEXT TWELVE DAYS'. f ? 4 L t nice m ROCKER Regular $2.50 and $3.50 Rocker Josse's Price- $1.75 CARPET SURPRISES Thcao prices glVo an Idea tho clenn-up tnkesJlii. tho wholo stock. 2-ply Extra Super, all wool, was 80c, Jobso's Clean-up Prlco OOti Gotton chain, our boat quality wB 70c; Josso's Cloan-up 5'8J Half wool, best grade, a good carpet, regular price COc 45 Granite, a fine quality, regulnr 40c goods, Josse's price 2D& MATTINGS Linen, warp "mattings, regular prlco ,25c, now . 10rJ Best white linen warp, matting, reg ular 36c grado 24 L U. JOSSE The Houscf urnisher 367-371 Court St., Salem RANGES REDUCED Tho Clean-up effects ovory Rnngo In tho store Now Is tho time to buy 4-holo Range, high closot, pollBhed stool base, regular f $30, now. 323 G-holo Range, .nil tho conveniences on any Range, regular $33.00 now .,...323 Wo havo h big Btock b( Yilgli class Itangoa and guarantee them to our trado. Got prices on them. h Stand Special Rog. $2.50 Btand.f 24x24 lncho3. We havo only,ra, few uozon ot ftuom as long as tjioy last. . $1.65. lQlWWWiimMWWWWWiWiliWWW CHERRY CITY IS GROWING VERY FAST Tho editor of thli paper has rero ntly traveled through eastern Ore gon, and through vo3tern and south orn Orogon, and whjlo ho saw many bright progressive communities, nn d towns growing fast, he Is satisfied that nono of them can hold a candl o to Salem In actual rapidity of prog ress In stroot Improvements, In m. w olcctrlc Hues, in business nnd rej Idonco buildings, In number of In 1 UBtrleB running, In rapidity with whtnh now pcoplo are coming In nn d cutting up tho largo farms int) fruit tracts, nnd above all In rnpl d expntiBlon of educational fntoroUi. Read tho facts bolow nnd mall Mi 0m to your frlonds. ' . i Strangers who say the pnrado of 2000 public school children Inst wook when tho schools wore publicly dlsmliviPd, wore surprised at tho mngnlflcont showing. When pooplo renllzo that this city lias n university, a business collcgo, nn ncadomy for girls, n normal school, bos'dos Iti magnificent high school, school for blind, deafimitos, and government Indian school, tli.cv may woll cry out Snlom tho ed ucational center of Orogon. Salem has three banks, has largo saw and planing mills, large woolen mills. Iron foundries, breweries, (louring mills, pruno parking houso?, find many other .manufacturing en terprises, but this city does not claim to bo a manufacturing city. It h just n good big home nnd school city a splondld place to rnlso your family In. nnd make a living for them In the meantime'. Why !Not Recoine n Rooster. There nro at a low oitlmnto one hundred new residences going up In this city at present. , Every industry 1b pushing nhond, and there Is good demand for labor of ovory description. , Tha Capital .Tcirnal has moro do .mnnd for advertising spnee thnn ti usual nt this reason of tho yonr. We wnnt nil our renders to bo- como boosters for n grenter Salem. nnd use this paper to push tho city with. Write your frlonds what a iieau'l ful city wo have, nnd ond thorn n marked copy of this paper aftor you have read It. I We have tho b03t chool and homo ' city on tho Pacific coast, nnd wo can nrovo It to anyone by n moro showing of tho fact. Here Arp n Few Fncts. Plnns for tho celebration of tho Fourth of July nre -well matured and bout three thousand dollnrs will bo exiondod In honor of tho nnclont declaration of Independence. Thoro will bo twonty thousand pcoplo In the city on that day. Tho throe-day Cherry Fair will be colcbrated a wook later nnd Salem w'U nnpvinoo nM tho ntlior towns In Champion THE WORLD'S STANDARD MAKE OF HARVESTING MACHINERY. . . CHAMPION HINDERS Tho distinguishing fonturo of tho Now Champion blndor Is the con tructlou whereby It mny be U30d with olthar open or closed ond olovatora. This binder has forea-foed olovntora, which made the Champion Force-Food binder famous tho world ever: Inclined sector stnndarda, folding rool, folding dlrhUrc, and many other foaturos whkh nmko this, binder ono of th moot pruotlial on tho markot. The logular blndor U built la B, 6 and 7-foot cut. The wldo cu' s foot binder is rogulnrly suppllol with tongue truck; G and 7-foot nro also suppllpd with tongie ttuck. You Can't Afford to Overlook This Be the First in Your Neigh borhood to Own a Sandwitch Belt Power Hay Press -- - Mitchell, Lewis Staver 217 to 237 State St. P. F. CARY, Manager Salem, Ore the valley that this Is Indeed tho Chorry City of tho Pacific const. About $1000 In cups and prizes wilt bo given for tho best exhibits and tho ladlos will conduct a flowor show In addition. Tho United Stntes Natlonnl bank, that started as the Salem Stato bank a fow years ago, has plans complete for n four-story stool building, nnd such demand for on1co3 that nil aro practically taken In ndvanco of striking n blow on tho now struc ture. Tho Salem Cannery Is running on strnwborrles with a forco of over 100 women nnd girls. There Is a costnnt Btronm of farmer's wagon unloading nt tho door. O. D. Dannlstcr of Rosodnlo hns made n great buccoss of tho Prldo of Cumberland strawberry. It Iuib a fine shnpo, good color nnd road clour through. Salem Is rapidly becoming tho convention city of Orogon. It has n fine oporn houso nnd larger gather ings moot nt tho tjtnto capltol build--Ing. Tho city hall has a lino arm ory hall, but a largor general con vention hall Is much noeded. As tho owners of tho principal hotol will allow no Improvements to bo mado nor mako any thomsolvos Salem Is badly In nood of n mod-' orn hotol, with bnths, comfortable E'lltcB and up-to-dato grill room. It would bring much travel to this city. Salem Is spending $150,000 on, nbout twonty blocks of bltullthlc. pnvlng and will hnvo tho finest, widest and most oxponslvo paved. i stroots or any city In tho Nortllwoit. Kills nnd Wood, real ostato mon, hnvo located flvo now fnmllios from tho cast In tho Inst 30 days. Thrco lino houses arc going up at cot nor Ohomokota and ' Summer Btreots C. H. Hinges, $3000; Rny, Fnrmor, $45000; Mrs! Dyer, $3000.1 Willis Dunlwny will build on Court street n flno houso on the old FIsk pronerty: Tho Cin'tol National bank Is spondlng $4000 on a now lntorlor and fittings to uccommodato Its growing business. It will bo finish ed In mnrblo nnd mahogany with a .white tile tloor. John II. Albert hns plans com pleted for n uumbor of neat cottages In Yew Park to soil on tho Install ment system, Lcnbo Droi. aro putting up n $200 houso on Stato and FIftconth. Snvago is erecting n $3000 bung alow on Stato and Fourteenth streets. R. C. Hunter Is building a rcsl donco on Liberty nnd Oak streets to cost about $2000. 0. P. Klllott, recently from Wash ington Is erecting a houso and barn Just south of tho city. Wm. D, Koznr is oroctlng n $1500 hoii'O In North Salem. A. C. Lolsy Is erecting a largo blacksmith shop near tho Fair Grounds storo. Fred Browning Is erecting a bak ery plant on tha Tumor road near Twentieth strept. Mrs. Dculah Woods Is oroctlng n storo building on South Commer cial street. Tom Cornelius hns bought tho Vogot -property on Fourteenth stroet pnylng $1700 for the Bamo. It was n flno purchaso, and will novor bo worth loss. F. A. Anderson hns completed a hnudsomo cottage on North Front Btroot. Dornnrdl & Dunsford, tho plumb ers, aro each building a house to rent on South Llborty stroot. W. D. Pugh hns flnlshod two housos on South Twelfth Btroot. S. A. Hughoi has nbout completed his new rosldcnco on Klghteonth sreot, I Tho now rosldonco of A. J. Cook Ilonry Druhn, Seventeenth mid C in Hlghlnnd hns been finished. i Hry Rruhn. Sovonteonth nnd C stroots, is building n now rosldonco. John Dnyno hns built n now homo oji Scith Llbory Btroot. Two new house? havo lust boon completed for L. F. Hill on Union atrcot between High nnd Llborty. Tho houses will bo rontcd. Aug. Sqhrlmer Is building n new rosldonco nonr tho Odd Follows' comotory. A. II. Dunn Is building n rosldonco on North Thirteenth stroot. A now homo for J. D. Harbor Is being built on Chomokctn stroot bo twoon Thirteenth and Fourteenth. R. D. Goodman Is bluldlng a rosl donco on Sixteenth and Court streets. Other now nomos which nro bolng built or which have Just baon com loted nre: W. K. McLnron, Center stroot; Jnck Cooper, Court rstroot;, M. W. Rullfson, North Front stroot; G. A. Wilson, near rock quarry; S. P. Klndbnl, Wnllnco road; Mrs. S. Alien,- 144 Front street; Paul Tray llo. North Front atrcot; William Mc Gilchrist, nenr Odd Follows' como tory; C. P. Lebold, Fo'irtoonth nnd Stntc stroots; R. J. Mile , near come tory; J. A. Dlshop, near cometory: fy - riuiiiinittlm Ira Hamilton, nillvlow street- Tk Edvnrds, South Twelfth ft. S A. T. Mclntlro, South CommerclS p. J. Myers, Thirteenth Kbt tweon Chemoketn nnd Court; Q.f Murphy, Chemoketn, between Thlr eonth nnd Fourteenth strecti H. W. C. Clark, South Salem ' m OASTOlllA, Boars tb ? HaUH)lhtjij Central ConKrcBatloim!. Mnoteonth and Ferry streets P a Knight, pastor. Sunday school, H n. m., Kndeaor, 7 ), m. Usnilmt Ice by pastor, ll n. m. and 8 p, m. o . 'OASTORIA, tit m th) y? YwHflitMH fctjl -"SMj. ,At ) INN CAR nCTQ If you are in need of a carpet, rug, or linoleum, you can save money by buying within the next few days, as we are go ing to get rid of our old de sserts and are wHfin? In Ho sn at a sacrifice to us. Come! early and get a good pick. WALL PAPER We have an enormous stock of wall paper in new and up-to-date designs. Let us show you what we have and you will be convinced that you can do no better in either design or price. The House Furnishing Co. SPENCER HARDWARE CO, Vs A fflHHr SBKnPfls4jHsssup :4kW rK m JpSJMMtsPBsMMsMsWisssssly For fruit season wo offer ou while thoj lai. C5c, 17-q'jart granlto Iron dish pnn ,0c COc, 14-qunrt granlto Iron dl:h pan 50c, 10-qunrt granlto Iron dl ih pan , 30c 15c No. 18 Llpad shuicci pan, 2 for 23 25c, 1 quart graduatod ina3urlng cup il3c 50c Coral cookers sssssHscmSi Vr 'Hiy Proparo for warm weather now by securing a 1, 2 or 3-burtvor Gasoline stove, or a ' 1, 2 or 3iburnor Perfection tovo. Ws havo them In all sIzds. Prices from $3.00 up. Ovens to' above. 177 LIUKHTY STREET dssSBsV J l IaV Fireless Cookers Save fIireefouri"S of your time. Save threefourth of your fuel bill. Save oppressive at fflosphere and odors in the house. , SPENCER HARDWARE CO.