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flr X HK TV WIT Wash Goods Values Now Is the time, this la the place, here are the bargains, no reserves. May FJIower, vBatkte, n nlvo variety of choice patterns lln.llght and dark blue, green, tnn and red, 13 pieces, 10c values reduced to fc n-yard; 16 pieces 13 tit values reduced to 0c n yard. 14 ptoees IScand 20cj.valties reduced to 12Jc h yard, And many oilier pieces utmdVerllucd. Wash Goods Section Shoes TUNITIKS. AT REDUCED PRICES. SHOES, dt Clirrrv Fair v Necktie.. Q. W. Johnsqn, ,& Co. . v - . Wmtkoe FwIptwlKlitj SHturdMjrfuJr.niid iHMwr WwyAre Oidy as CcHt- " ; CJierry Fair necktleiro, W. John MB k Co. CnurM Tonight and fcotel. tomorrow at Elltj 2t. ' Jlnvfl You Keen .Tlteiu? j . gomolhlng new. A Cnrry Fair iKcktlo. a. W, Johnson & Co. All parties having bills ngnlnit tfc Chrry. F!r.mu(t fpreient them to the commlttco Baturduy.' f We Havo Tliew In eight different color. Cherry Fair neckties. Q. W. Johnson & Co. uul Cherry ltnll Tonight and tomorrow night at the Auditorium Rink. Adinlulon 10c. Uonclng Be per dance. Til I'topla HlnrklH'rry WJtU Ud blaoklrjry rJaxotiJaan exhibition at the fair. I wllltfake ordr fgr a Undttd njmbor'cif fn ftt.25 eenU eaoh. JJ 81a Wlntor strwt. ' a. JiWiCgi solvation Arnty OAleer Hero 3aJor Joih Fau)knr, uf Pert land, dlvlslou orflwr for the Oregon a4 Idaho dlrlslon f the Salraileh Army, will be in the li$ today mak Irk dlvlilonal Intpectlon- and will conduct special ierlci irlw AI. fur the Fair A cltlicR was obvrnM yesterday wearing a arokil oi a purple bue with largo type j.MntKl thereon, and a bunch of the fruit, or rather- a fac wulle of the same underneath tho fetter. JJy 1. IT ami 18 Nlht trKlR to PartUad via gr gon Electric Hallway durlug n Cherry Fair." A pell train via Oregon Electric Railway wUI leave Court and Heh ttrets at ifl.n m, on Thursday, Friday and 8tur 4ay vninf of tbf wwk. running arouk to Tortlaad and sjtoRpg at U tatloa. Reducea rate tickets W be good on thet train. . , 'mwi, . W. .'k4ttn j t - ,i City News, nsjfeaa5f5JKi . H V w"l,g th lW0tHM ot mZ!t Cherry Mr Sr, W wl. "Js.10 "" Ul 0n -C" W ft Chm Fair uKktlc. tte Cherry C ; during f,r time . adling :- and JujTOmMSall - iiwMinawiniuj .... tr.nl CAID CDFriAl Vntf f-HF TIME FUK8. "HOW SHORT IS TUB PAfiS ? ife GOOD S"lt WOUXI LAST FOHi'VKR. IT WOULD BE just onniNAKV. NOTE THESE CHOICE ITEMS TO SIinEWI) SAVERS: Men's 110.00 valuii; . $12,50 values "' .$15.0O values WE HAVE MANY BROKEN AND OXFORDS, WHICH WE ARE OFFERING Betsy THE NEW, COOL A.VR.CO.MI'OItT. A RLE HUMMER WAIST. POLKA DOTS AND STRH'ES. Cherry Fair Special 98c wM&0&tii All file- IfiilliiK Orocors carry Wild Itoso flour Try a sack and bo convinced that It Is tho best. (imiirt Clieny Rail i Tonight end tomorrow night at (the Auditorium Kink. Admission '10c, "Janolng 5c nr dance. It Would Not lie RlRlit For you to try to celebrate with- out a Cherry Fair necktie. Get ona nt G. W, Johnson & Co.'s. Oraml Cherry Hall Tonight and tomorrow night nt tho Auditorium Kink. Admission 10c. Dnnolng Gc per dance. Drop !n nt ZIN.VS and hear Prof. Kobortson on his plnno dulccmer while you oat the best Ire cream in tho city. Jolum Guilty Kugone Johns, charged with as sault and battery, plead guilty be fore Judge lJurnett yesterday. Jud- ment will bo pronounced tomorrow at 9 o'clock. Efci-h Ilettiv William Bsch. chief denutv In tho sheriff's office who was Injured In a runaway aecldent some time ago, has been progressing very nicely of late. ana yestorday announoed that he thought he might bo able to bo at oamp during the tournament. Kemly for Shoot-- Member at Coranaay M. Third reglmuBt. O. N O., who will take rart In the state shoat, whloh Is be ing held aerosa the rlvr. last night packed their camp eoMlpBaae anJ orosiod the river whero they will oamp daring thetournament. Witlter Kre To WWA " rajarned wit a true bill la the oase f the state against Jaha Waltat, who was ar rtel on Mai IS. chars! with lar. ? a dwoUlHs. Walter was re. ourreueq immamataiv an aniwar cowUalat. (JiHHl Hooate MIsm I)ele awl OUie Oaki twfl young adl8 f Ifatt sstlwi. aaw jmt retained kM nR a Uo Utile trip MHth through Alaaav. R8e, Corllte, Medfotd and re-' -uraiae via uHo aad Staycoa They say. ".Maai- of Unr fri.n.i down south predict that the near fu- u-o wiu.kM Salem sot tae hub f the universe, but of as iormot electric railway jtew. same say that Salem 1 aotually experiencing a crastd rtIIPrnlnn it... ... a&d boosted th nLo. t... throughout oar aatlre trip and Z DAILY CAM TAL JOURNAL, SALSM, OREGON. Suits Reduced rftlflced to $7.00 reduced to , S8.73 reduced to 90-30 .I1S.0O values reduced to". .911 ." $20.00 values. reduced to".". ...'..""..... .913.30 $22.60 valuos reduced, to $10.50 $2M)0 values reduced to ......... .91S.03 ' In this osTdrtment of men's buIU nil sizes nrn reiircsentedi MEDIUM WEIGHT PANTS Wortted, stripes and mixtures also outing pants with roll cuff buttons. Reduced 25 pzr cent. LINES OF WOMEN'S AND MEN'S AT MONEY SAVING OPFOH- Ry Rifinvht Of tho Chorry Fair committee tho convicts at tho Oregon state peni tentiary will reproduce their min strel show tonight nt 7:30 p. m. The receipts will be for the benefit of tho mimical fund. The boys give a first class show and deserve a packed house. Carnival Atimctioui Aro hero only for a fow days, but tho dependable grocery of J. M. Lawrenco Is always here. Order of him and bo sure of getting the best. Phone 311. A 1'lenM'd Man Mr. Stege, of the firm of Johnson & Stege, hns recolved his new Kulclc roadster which he ordered some time ago. It Is a beautiful little machine nnd Mr. Stege Is highly ploasod with It. It has a 20horsepower engine capable of rolling It along about 50 miles an hour. Tho car Is a tin" addition to Salem's list of autor. During the Cherry Fair And every day afterwards you can I get tho bost moats and only the best nt Steusloff Bros.' sanitary market. Phone 321. , Tho Rulloon Rose Aftor two postponements and much anxious waiting on the part of the sight seors. the baloon ascen sion was successfully pulled off at 10:30 o'o'oek this morning. The nrlel artist made a beautiful ascon lon and an exceptionally fine para chute Jump. The woathor condition were pwfeet, and he attraction wat hugely enjoyotl by the spectators. O O O O O O O O O O O O O The hti!lnei8 von illrin't ,... r O JaM uevk hut ought to Iwve O O Iwd eorre-poiuls pretty closely o O to tho nthertMug yon didn't do O O hut week, but ought to have O O done. O INVEST 11 lrt nf ,n... .. r O In reading clahl! nd-i. o OOOOOOnnnnrtn HR1NG ON THAT UVRGRST OF ALL CRHRRY TRE1K This per had a story of a ehdr. rj- trw uva ttt clreawfareBQd aad aow eemea a was with a tree that kaoekt tae other alleged big. get eaorry tr sllb-. C. w. s who has 10 acres of the old Ba(6S lace three miles east 0 th city as the crow f)ia. ttm n,a...... alae feet around the smallest part of me irunK. and 11 feet at the largest. U the Bill Taft of all cherry trees Q this part 6f Oregdhanless a signer tre shows ur -and nv eomraltte is welcome te come out can use, ma tape ling, it bears one- nsu Ring and one,half Rjyal Anne. -ufdUae toT rX moTe S cherry tre se a yid mr off a single t was taken thts tree. FRIDAY, JO "8 PERSONAL Charles M. Stow and M.'bs Marian Cook, of Portland, are visiting Mrs B. F. Carlton. Mi-s Coel: Is the au thor of "Where the Hood River Mrs. Vandecar of this city returnd int nlcht after a month's visit among relatives In Coos county. H f alster, Miss Grace Kruse, acco-nor- nled her to spend the summer at sa lem. Mrs. J. Q. Crawford, of Albany, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Craw ford In this city. Mrs. Escott, of Marshfleld, Is visit ng friends In this city. Prank W. Durbln and family will take an outinc at Cascndla springs Prof. Helen V. Crawford, of tire O. A. C, In the guest of Mr. nnd Mr. Harry Crawford for a few days. Grandpa Luca3 of South Salem 1 111 at his home of pneumonia. His son and daughter, W. E. Lucas and Mrs. Reese of Hartllne, wash , ar- r'vod last night to nttend him. Wanted Experienced dining room girl. Cottage hotel. 7-17-3t Wanted at OncC From $100 to $500, tho best of collateral secur ity to offer. Address G 10, Jour nal office. C-ll-tf For Sale Oldsmoblle runabout used moderately two seasons, first c'ass condition. Jos. H. Albert 7-15-3t r Snl(? Saveral houses In Salem and farm inds at a bargain. Cap itaJ NutUiual Dauk. p-l-eod For Sale N'co home nnd barn close in with 15 acres of ground all Im proved, also fruits of all klnd3 and a fine crop. of wheat. Inquire of J. H. Smith. Phone 1390. Wanted At on,ce, a bill collector veil acquainted with Salem. Em- .. r every rvii:h to right -an. Ei-TiI.e of A M. Fanst j a his factory, corner Mill nnd Church Btreots, Snlem. 1-17-lw CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN THAT SEALED OFFERS WILL RE RECEIVED RY THE CITY OF SA- LEM, OREGON, AT THE OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED AT THE CITY HALL, UP TO I O'CLOCK P. M., ON MONDAY, JULY 20, 1008, FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE PROPERTY OWNED RY THE CITY AND KNOWN AS THE OLD "TIGER FIRE ENGINE HOUSE" ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF STATE ST RE El' AND JUST WEST OF THE ALLEY HETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND FRONT STREETS. RIGHT RE- SERVED TO REFUSE ANY OFFER. RY ORDER OF THE COUNCIL. W. A. MOORFS, RECORDER. 7-1 (Mt MONEY TO LOAN THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush's Bank. Salem. Or Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Fmnk Meredith, Resident Agent. Office with Wtn. Brown & Co., No 29 Commercial st rc-et. Willamette Valley Chautauqua. Assembly, Gladstone Park, Or., July 9 to 19 Indus' ve. Rate for above occasion one and ne-thlrd fare on certificate plan is authorized, Train Service. Tains No. 11, 12, 17 and IS win etop at Gladstone during the nsiem bly. 9n agent will bo Rationed at Gladstone to lwue return tickets nnd chock baggage. W. M McMurray, G. P. A. Jao. M. Scott, st G. P A., S. T. Co. 7-C-tf. Annual Session Grand Lodge Ancient Order United Workmen and Degree of Honor. Portland. Or.. Ja'y 51.23. xh Southern Pacific Co. have authorlr?." a rate of ONE AND ONE-THIRD FARE from Salem to Portland and return on the certificate p!an, WM. M'Ml'RRAY. J. M. SCOTT. G. p. A., S. P. Cr A. G. P. A.. S. P. Co. 7-15-tf ARiany CMRege . Summer Hible Sehool. Albany, Or.. Jaly n-27, 190S. For the above occasion a rate of ONE AND ONE-THIRD FARB on the certificate nlan has hean . thorlzed. WM. M'MURRAY. Q. P. A.. S. P. Co. S. P. Co. 7-15-71. J. M. SCOTT. A. G. P. A. District Conference German Baptist Brethren Church of God, Portland. Ore., July 16-21,' 190s. For the above occasion the Southern Pacific company will make a rate of ONE AND ONE-THIRD Farp ., the certificate plan. WM. M'MtTRnAV 4. M. SCOTT, G. P. A.. S. I r A. G P. A , S, P Co. 7-15-5t NEW TODAY , -J I 7l V I iMHBB'J immmu. ruisaiBasB i JMfMMtmJv h .OlEili ! I ET US TELL KITCHEN 1 Knowing of the many ways in which they will reduce the drudgery of your riailv work and their many points of advantage will interest you. Don't delay longer in learning about these great savers of Time, Work, Worry and Money. This is the home of the famous iloosier Kitchen Cabinet, they; save steps. $1.00 A Little Down Then FRESH R. A. CHKRRIKS, CHERRY CURRANTS, RLACKCAPS, RED RASPBERRIES, LLMQTH nERRIES, ATL.S HERRI IIS, WILD HLACKBERR1ES. Phone r W. A. IRVIN New CorpornUons. - 4 Coast Use Telephone Companv JL reMe reeon5 PrtndPal of fice. Fl9renoi capital stock, $2,500 tHWHnior.. d, -'M. Kemp, a H Holden. c. E. Harwood and Geo. H, Dlsston Lumber Company; prlucl Pal office. Dlsston. Oregon; caPUal S ?i6' 'norators. H? D Apple Lanrt ,i. rt.v-. and A. J. Derby; " " ucwio M-nmg Company, prln. t-5 Tk I'm- m)i V! YOU ABOUT ' CABINETS A Week Buys One FRUITS LOGANRERRII-S, WATERMEIiONS, CANTBIX)Pi:s, M'SSION FARM PEACHES, BANANAS, ORANGES, LEMONS. 203 Comjnercial St. Grasp a good thing when It is of fereJ. We particularly call your at tentlon to the advisability of buylnf a M'CORMIQK HINDER nnd PLY MOUTH TWINE at S. A. MANNING'S IMPLEMENT HOUSE clpal office, Portland; capital stock Sl.Ono nnn. innn.nn.nn. t N" .Blair, F. O. Garrison, W. H. Powell and Joseph Seliger, Western Transfer Co.; principal f office, Portland; capital stock, $10 000; Incorporators, James Sbar'ng- hOUSen. V. H. Slnssr unrt C. H. Delfs. Columbia Land and Produce Cora Pony; principal office, The JMl1 capital fstock, $85,000; Incorpor' tors, Shohachl KIshlzak!, HftoleU Oklta and Masuo Yjsul. Estacada Progress; principal ' flee. Estnearin. m.i ctnV SlODQ- lacorBaratora.-j Wr5', A. " ' oparks, w. P. Cary, Cbas. E. "- m'mmmmmmmm'JiimBtEma2&m1BtKNHb&K&mKBl uois ana Geo. Bates.