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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORKflON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1808.
11 JfV nBTY-SEVENTH U - H ANNUAL OREGON STATE FAIR, 1908 SEPTEMBER 14 TO 19, INCLUSIVE WlmWHIMWWWW WANT AP-QUICK r - v M RETURNS 1 1 siaw xi "iwwwwwwiitmiyiiitiiiiinniiinniwiniiinnwiniwmniiwiwim rbe State Fair of Oregon ror , ffm tie held at Salem during 1 ... iintiinir Sontcmbor 14. , nleson fair Is the lending agrl- Ktural exposition on tho fociiic ., fhnt Is acxnowieiiBwi ") tr' states. Special efforts have L nut forth by the management ake the coming fair the great- , erer in tho History 01 uiw uiKuu- .. 1--.I-.I ntnoalflnnHnnn nf bllon. EXieuueu i.. ..".- -- Liofk Incrca ed premiums ana LiMnnnl conveniences for exhibi ts In all departments will assure i .or! rllsnlnyfl which shouM nUI'" , , . seen by great crowns oi peupie At ...n1 Tim icry day during mib wn. Lre'ilve farmers and stock rnl-- i of the state and tno rncmc brthwect have expended consuic L lime and money during the past hr In the betterment of their herds pj flocks, and many or tnem nave nlflcd their Intentions to snow Mr best animals nt tho fair next loath. 1 Frank A. Welch, secretary of tno .lr board, has received Information Men Indicates that there will bo a or more counties to participate , hat Is known ns the "county ox modelled and Its capacity Increased to nearly double. Thoru will be no liquor establishments permitted on tho grounds this year, and pool 30II Ing has been made a thing of tho past. Numerous Improvements about tho rnco course havo been mado which will lend an attractiveness to tho speed contests and will bo high ly appreciated by the spectators who will be numbered by many thou sands litis year. A h'gh class of harness horsej will bo nt the fair In nn effort to pull down the rich purses offered, and between heats there will bo romo spoclnltlse to amuse the crowds. It is tho duty of a'l Qregonlnns to patronize tho fair, as it la an agri cultural exposition In every sense of tho word. Tho sum of $10,000 ap propriated by tho legtBlaturo for premiums on livestock and ngrlcttl tural and manufactured products, h widely distributed and does much townrds agisting In tho development of tho agricultural resources of tho stato and tho upper Pacific coaBt. FOR SALE For Sale First-class carpnt papor a thlB office, 25c for a big roll. For Sale Two standard bred trot tors, ono bay gelding by Zombro, one bay filly, 3 years old, by Rod Seal. Inqulro of Sam Castro, Fair Grounds, Ore. 7-28-lm MISCELLANEOUS Lost On tho 4:30 Stato Btreet car Wednesday nftornoon, a blacn purso containing $8.00. Howard. Leave at Journal. S-14-3t a circus without horses and bnreback riders or clowns. Tho Oregon Stato Some of Our Bnrtfnln m inh. xik Dnlrylng Is going to become ono of tho prlnclpnl agricultural Indus- i . . . . .i . i ,u.. m.imi for the ensh nre-:" ,n Oregon, nnu wun tins uioa .UUO w.--- . , ., A " lams aggroBntlng $1300 divided , " viuw wio urcgon ainio i-air man- eto e'ght prem'ums, tho first Uo-j"Kl""u"i 8 giving moru uucourngo El ,100, second $250, third $200 mont to tho dnlry department of tho .l . -A n.i.l Mm tti ii Iflflnv IQUnD IOW " l ......... 1 100 each. This oxhlblt must con- Iain agricultural and horticultural broducti, and nny other nrtlclcs that rtll bow up the ro-ourcos of tho Itatt. Tho counties thus fnr cx- icctei to partlclpnto are Clatsop, 'o'ambla, Clncknmas, Multnomah llarlon, Yamhill, Linn, Lane, Ben in, Douglas and Josephine theso rfa In the western part of tho ate. and It Is believed thnt ono or iTOtoun'les of tho eastern portion Qtater tho content, which would eJJcoa Idernhlo Interest to tho groat inture which In the past has been Rae ajmfratlon of thousands of pco- flt Theee oxhlb'ts will bo mado In khsma'n pavilion, which Is largo and fommii'ous and nicely arranged In Uery respect. Ilc-flldes tho county dUpJap, tho Oregon Agricultural l'ge will ho presented by spool- wm of work done by Its studonti end faciUy In the past, tho suporln- Itrndw having sent In notlro for In tra"tl r are In the building. Thoro I'V a'so lir mipMnl fnrivi nvlillilft coming fair, at Salem, Soptombor 14-19. This department will bo suporln tended by Mrs. S. A. Yoakum of Mnrshfleld, who ownj nnd con ducts a lnrgo dairy farm In C003 county nnd Is dairy Inspector of thnt county; alio In nlso ono of tho vlca presidents of tho Oregon Dnlrymon'H association. Mch. Yonkum snys thoro is going to- bo n grnnd dlsplny of dairy and crenmery exhibits nt tho fnlr next month, nnd has asked for nddltlonnl epaco for tho oxhlhltn. In nnswer to hor domnnd tho fnlr board has concluuded to movo tho rot tont ovor nnd annex It onto tho dairy building, nnd under tills tho different firm dealing In dnlry and oronmory outfits will bo nllowod spneo for tholr working exhibits, thus lonvlng tho wholo of the dnlry pavilion proper for tho creamory and cheese factory entries. A lnrgo pint form will bo orectod ndjoinlng on which will bo displayed ono of tho modern milking machines In oporn tlon twlco dnlly during tho fair. Mm. Fnlr, which will bo hold at Snlom on September 14-19, next, will bo a rccord-brenkcr In tho mattor of live stock exhibits If ono may Judge from the lotters of Inquiry for space, which tho secretary, Frank A Welch, Is receiving dnlly at present. Tho usual large herds of former exhib itors will be on the ground"! and there will bo new breeders numbered among those seeking honor nnd the ribbons. Harry West, tho Jersey breeder nt Scappooo, Columbia county, Is going to bo out in full force with his string of heavy cronm producers, of which ten hnvo lately lnn purchased by him In Indiana, the cost price being $4090. They arc of rich blood, and Mr. Wort will give all othor Jerseymon a l'vely rub for premiums. W. ,0. Morrow nnd A. F. Domes, of tho Wll'amctto valloy, will be numbered among tho Jersey breeders who will bo Bhowlns their cattle for the first tlmo at tho Unto fair; and there are others, too. D. H. Loonoy of Jefforaon Is amonr tho entries with his splendid Jeneys and Guorn&oyB. The Atkinsons, of Newberg, hnvo mndo.n requisition for spneo for their Jorsey, which WF" not nt tho" fnlr of 1907 owing to othor matters which prevented thorn making n dlaplny. Tho Holstoln breeders will bo right up In front, also, for P. A. Frakes of Columbia county, nnd John L. Smith of near Spokane, (Washington), aro coming with tho black and white animals who fill tho milk palls to overflow ing, nnd thoro will ho other Holstolnn which cannot bo mentioned now ow ing to lack of spaco. In tho Shorthorn class will bo found the grcnt big animals of Frank Tlmurn wliloli worn fnrinnlv nwiioil by ClmrlOH Ladd. Mr. Brown's rop utntlon na a breeder of 8horthonn Is known fnr and wldo nnd ho will hnvo something rich for tho Judges to consider this tlmo. Among tho Abcrdacu-AngitB on trios will bo M. Porter & Son of Don ton county. J. C. Snblu of Lln.i county expecto to show hh Oallownyi n mo n g which will bo sovornl pur chased In tho cmt Inst fall. L. 13. Gcor & Son of Donton county aro to show Shorthorns nnd II .refolds, In two block of car lino, only $30 each, If sold at once. Also somo good tlmbor close In, only $30 per aero. 180 acros good land, all foncod, only $20 per acre, n snap 25 acres, good house, barn, all kinds of fruit crop, team, cow, chickens, implements, all for $4250. Somo of tho best lota In tho city, close Tn, chenp. IIouboi in all pnrts of Salem, from $G00 up. Wo havo some extra bar gains in farm and fruit trnct3. Houses to ront, etc. If you want anytliing boo Smith & Co., Room 9, ovor U. S. Nntlonnl Bank. 8-13-3t For Snle House and Btoro for snle or r6nt. Ownor selling bocnuso of old ago and Blckncss. Enqulro of Jos. Albrlech, 484 North Church street. 8-13-lm For Salt Lndy'o driving mnro, har ness and rubber tired buggy. Phono 1018. 8-13-3t For Sale Cheap Two young Jersey cows. Will tost 5 fer cent. Good bnrgaln. Phono 1290. 8-14-Gt Wengcr & Cherrlngton Pianos and Organs solu on easy terms; tola phono 1187; 247 Commercial Stroot, Salem, Orogon. tf Snlem Cosh Market Tho finest cut of moat at cut prices. My tfhbno 370. 247 Commercial street. P.W. Reyeltz, Prop. 7-21tf Help Furnished Frco of Cluvrgo By Salem Employment Company, 478 Sthte Btroet, phone Mo. 149'. Par tics wanting help please call at office or phono us. Also have cows for salo. Concrete Work .Qtt my prices on sidewalks, curbs, septlo tanks and comont work of any kind. Al' work guaranteed flrst-class. M Ward, 237S Maple Ave., Highland Phone 1GG9. July24-ttf Vo(t't Lumber nnd Fuel Co. Luni bor .shingles, building material wood and conl. Low prlcos ant! prompt deliveries. One block east of R. P. pnssongtf depot Phon 1U. 7-2-tf Yonkum will nleo hnvo charge of tho ud the hortlc iltural department Is milch cow toat, which Is ono of tho !ng to be full to overflowing. Tne racing department will bo U better than In the paat; nnd that cans a great deal, ns tho best rnco , Is 'he Pacific northwest hnvo tnken I ice on tho Oecon Stnto Fa"r ?lck The cm nil atnmt him lionn rn. by tho ownors nnd exhibitors of tho various dairy breeds of cnttlo. Tho present swine building at tho Cirnivmi Qtntn T?n1r (vrniimla nt Qnlntn Interesting fonturcs of tho fnlr nndjhns a capacity for nhowlng 200 head In which thoro Is contldorablo atrlfoof fancy porkors. but it is lonrnod i .. ..... . .... . . tint i nuumonni room win nnvo to no provided for tho Increased number of porkers that will bo on d'splny nt tho fair during tho week commenc ing Soptombcr 14, noxt. Do Idos tha former exhibitors, thoro will bo eov oral now onos three from Washing ton with a carload of Dorkshlrea and Polnnd Chinas nnd tho oxhlblt of bWino, will certainly stirpes any previous attempt of this kind on tho fnlr grounds. To hnvo n stato fnlr without n livestock department would bo llko o Kind Yor Havo Alwnyg Bought, and which has hoon use for ovor SO years, hna homo tho slffiuituro ot fT0 ud has beon mado under his por- Cfjtfirffi.'J! as snal anporvlslon slnco Its Infancy. au7 'M Allow no onotodccolvoyoulu this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations nud Just-as-good" aro hut upcrlmonts tlmt triOo with and endanger tho health of auts nud ChUdren Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmloss suhstltuto for Castor OH, Pare Son i 1)!i nnd swthlng Syrups. It is Tleasaut. It suh Xl'"er Opium, Morphlna nor otier NarcoUo nrt n C0' Ils nso Js its rnaranteo. It destroys Worms CoS a t FoverIsless. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind nn li rc,,ove Teething Trouhles, cures Constipation Stoin i UCT' lfc tt8811"11 tlio Food, regulates tho ThariiM1"1 BowcI, giving healthy and natural sleep, hlrcu's Pauacca-Tho Mother's Friend. MNUIKE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bear- the Siiraature of LGJjTSf JjfjrjrrJZsAS M You We Always Bought "" use For Over 30 Years. For Huh' Tent, 12x14, n-foot wall. In good condition. Also two cooTt Btovoa. F. A. Sutton. Phonw farmers 03. 8-14-3t For Sik Horse and buggy, wolght of horo about 1200 pounds, will take llr wood for part pny. 744 N. Commorclnl strcot, Snlom. 8-14-31" TO 111 KKXT, BKLTj OU KX- CIIANGK PltOPKHTV SATIS- FACroUIIiY,, SKK IHXHTKIi Ai HCHUI. Timber. 104 acros of very lino tlmbor, nt least C000 corda of wood In the tree. Very best of soils, Inys nice, nnd on a good road, running wntor . nil. year, only flvo miles from Sn lem. Will sacrlflco for a fow days only $4000. Good 7-room houso, plastored, pan try, bath, 'tollot, soptlc sowor, bear Ing fruit trees, borrlos, nlco lot and location. Mnuy othor houses In nil parts of tho city, somo aro modern and closo In. Farm. D, 10 and 20-acro tracts In fnct nny numbor of aoros to suit. Somo nro nicely Improvod. Wo nlBo mako a speclnlty of lnrgo farms 1C0 to 1000 acros. Vory lino stock, dairy or grain lands. Seo us boforo you buy. DKCIITKTi SC1IULZ. .171 Staff Street Phone -IBS llatto A Wcnderoth Pine wine, liquors and cigars. We handli the colobrated Kellog gand Castlt whiskies. Cool and rotroahlng beei constantly oi draught. South Commercial street. 9-3-lyr KiiiHrgL(i-our moat market on E. t Stato street has boon doubled In alzo and wo aro hotter prepared, ban ovor to sorve ouBtomors. Prompt florvlco and the best of moats our motto. Call or phone 109. B. E. Edwardi Meat Co. M Wanted To rent a five o r-room modern cottngo; three 'ults. What hnvo you Caro of Jb.-al. 8-5-tf Wanted I would llko to take In bundlo washing at my home, cor ner of Twolfth and Market street3. Mi's. M. C. Mrannon. 8-G-lm WhhUmI 1000 hop plckors to pick 600 acres of hops. Pine accom modations; bnkory, butcher Bhop, grocory store, roBtaurant, dancing pavilion, etc. Register now. Of flco hotiTs 2 p. rn. to 4 . We pay 50c por box or $1.00 por hundred. For furthor particulars apply to Krebs Dros. Room G, Dush-Rroy-ni nn building. 8-12-tf Wanted Help In pruno hnrvest, about Soptomber C. Man to dry, man to trny, man to drlvo team, Bovoral peoplo to pick, woman to cook. Orchard west of Llborty Btoro, Salem. Good camp, good board cheap. Honry A. Towa Bend, Routo No. 3, Snlom, Oro. 8-14-3t Found On enst Bldo of court hou o grounds, a blnck Bilk jacket. Own er can havo snmo by calling at this offlco, Identifying proporty nnd paying for this ad. 8-14-3t RRATi KRTATE FOR SAtiW Cheap Hoiikch. On tho Installment plnn. A 4-room houso, bnrn and two nlco lots for $000, $50 or $100 down, balance $10 a month, A 5-room houso nnd two lots, snmo prlco nnd tonus. A now 7-room houso, hnrd finished, bnrn nnd two lots, for $1500; easy terms, monthly payments. A good 3-room houso and lot for $500; $50 down, $10 por mpnth. II. C. SchoUhou-o, Buporlntondont of tho poultry department or tho Orogon Stato Fair, to bo bold at Sa eom, Soptombor 14-19, says tho chlckon" display will bo slmnlv out n.i , .,.. i.n-,, i.i., in. of sight this time. Ho bnsoa his opla- sam0 ,)rco unt, tormg Ion on tho fuot that more broodons Good dalry ranch near 8lab crook. than ever havo made Inquiries fori wlth 16 C0WJJ( to trado for Marlon spaco and catalogues. All of tho I COUnty proporty. well known broeders hnvo oxprosed jIor8e8 and fine lot of cows for snb. n nna rn m einnit timiM imn. ....i,m.. . ..UUIIU ,w OVIIU kllUII UUBk lIUIll)-. Among them might bo mentioned tho Wlllowmoor Fnrm at Redmond, Washington, with 40 White Ply mouth Rocka and Whlto Leghorn. A canvas annex will be mado in the poultry pavilion for tho accommoda tion of tho Incubator mon and otlnr , . nm firms dealing in poultry-farm flx- PLUMBERS tures and equipments, Tho p'geon eswT-.' rii.ninv ni .. . .,... tfiSoTM. iJirr limtle, bot WEU, r' 4 iiu oittijfi nuuuui iui( Houses to rent. Money to loan. Employment agency. Register your "wants. Call and seo me. R. R. RYAN, Commercial Hall, Corner Commer cial and Centor. Tho Home Seekers Information Bu reau will placo you In direct com munication with ownors of farms and city proporty. Chamber Com mcrco, Portland. 222 N. C6mmor clnl strcot, Salem Or. 7-21-tf HUTTERNUT DREAD. It Is rorth more than any othei road yot the price Ib no higher ror al.j at your grocers'. CALIFORNIA HAKKRY, Thnmna & Cooloy, Props. LI VERY AX1 FKKI) STAIIhEH r Something Worth Investigating aBd steam hetlng and ttaalag. 16 4 Commercial strmtt. Pboi Mais 198. 8-1-lyr M. J. Petiel PlumblBK, steaa aar Ks flttlag Successor to Knox Murphy, 228 GotaaiereUl atrMi Prone Main 17. iifcI1ii""r " . muww rmrr. utw errt. W. E. Jones of Nashville, Tonnessee, will Judge the poultry, and the pig eon classes will bo passed on by Mr. Stonohouso, of British Columbia. Besides the largo exhibit that tho Oregon Agricultural college will make at tho Oregon State Fair at Salem, September 14-19, next, the officers of that Institution have ar ranged to give the fair visitors nouie special entertainment each day. Each afternoon the cqmmodlous aud itorium adjoining the main pavilion will be darkened and from Its plat form different members or the facul ty w'U give lectures Illustrated by stereoptlcon views pertaining to tholr respective departments at th ' " rolloge. all of whloh have a bearing SALEM WATER COMPANY on the agricultural Industrie of the, OFFICK CITY HALL. s.tate. Friduy, the fifth day of the I For wstw service apply at oflet '(Continuecfon Page 12 ) "'" BI PrWe moutkly la adraas DRAYMEN. HHimiH Bros.' TrBter ik'inuj All kind of trsnstir work don Furniture and plaaos boxed read) for shipment. Prompt service our motto, 8tand and office at 25S South Commercial street Phone 5J10 Ftfdnc Pbon O lilvi'ry anil ImmhI ritnUlt'M Old Font oftlco Siabloi, at 2B4 Forry street botweon Commercial and Front streets. Tolophnno 188. Somo oi tho flnPst HvorioK in tne city can bo found horo. Westacott & John son, props, 1 0-1-1 yr. ' "ionoES. ?nnl'''tcri Onion No. 100(1 Loes Union No. 1065 of. Carpontors anc JolrorB of America moot over. Saturday ovonlng at 8:00 p. m. I Hon rat hall, 420 Stnto St, A. Vr. Dennis, Rec. Seo. Foresters of AnulcH- Court 8her wood Foroators, No 19. Meeti Saturday night in Holman ball 8tato street Waldo Mlllor, O. R. J. C. Perry, financial Bocretary, Ciiitral Iodgo No. 18, K. of P. Castle Hall In Holman block, cor ner State and Liberty street Tuesday of each week at 7:80 t m. Oscar Johnson, 0. 0.; B. V Anderson, K. of R. and S, Modern Woodmen of America Or gon Cedar Camp No. 5246. MeV every Thursday evenlug ,t o'clock In Holman ball. W. -W Hill, V. 0.; F. A- Turner, clerV Woodmen of World Meet ovory Fri day night at 7:30, In Holman hnll E, Lupton, C. C.J P. L. Frazler, Clork. Lincoln Annuity Union.-Sick, asel dent and pension Insurance; . 2 000,000 pledg'd; every claim pal Good agents wasted. J. H. C Moagomery, supreme organliei Box482 Sale, Oregon, R. R Rvnn. WTinrr, R4" Htt ntrr- SASH AND DOOR FAOTORIB8 Frank M. BrowH. Manafaetnrer ef sash, doors, mouldings. Al) kind of house finish and hard wood work. Front treat, between BtV and Court. Make all eeraplatat at the oce. O Acres, C miles from Salem on Sllvorton road; good 8-room houao, good barn, T acros boar Ing orchnrd. A bargain at 12100. ...... . Good 7-room IioUbo, 1 ncro of land, barn nnd utono collnr, nonr car lino; best bargain in tho city nt $2000. I Good n-room Ii'ouho two blocks from court house; nil hard fin ish. Prlco $1200. City lots for salo cheap. Small amount down, bntnnco In monthly Installments, no Inter est. OLMSTED LAND CO. Snlem Bnuirli Ycrex Bros. 37.1 STATE STREET. Oe. WANTED Vint'il to run iecona-nanc separator. steam englue Must havo at Gold Dust Flour '",",' " , .Mgi.. Mado by THE SYDNEY PAW DER COMPANY, Siding, Ore. gon. Made for family tine. Ak your urorer for It. Ilitui nud hIioi-Ih iiIviih cm hand, P. B. WALLACE, Agt. Hide Wing Sang Co. Wo mako up ull kinds of wrappers and white undorweur, waists nnd kl iiioiius and skirts; all kinds of gentlomen's and ladles' fiirnhhlng goods; all kinds of silks nud dress goodu; houo, suits, jiauts, overalls, blankets, neckwear, matting, china ware, trunks, embroidery nnd luce, etc. J!I N. fommerclal HI. Salem, Or. m O C. T. Co Steamers Pomona and Orcgoim leuve for Portland dally excopt Sun day at C a. m. M. P. BALDWIN, AmiHt, T GhTCHEbTEirsnprxLa" TaL .kr. Maw mt spur V MMliMMikU.S'nt.AlmK.lMia rStl IY W(tfi(T5 F,VEirtr" least 12-hornepower, Address Jos. Jresalor. box 10S, R. F. D. No. 3, Salem. Phono Farmers 401. Wanted Manager for branch office we wj.h to ooate horo In Salem Address, with reference, The Mor ris Wholosate House, Cincinnati. Ohio. 7 24 lmj mmm I FRENCH FEJMLE PILLS. A ii. Cur, ' Cuj.r far BrrruuM. MmtHirui, Dm OrVN TO SAIL tuut Sirii IUivk fMlrrr. W lt4UMUIII)I.WUHUM akaii.llricl jlui'lllln )IMI iliuXH if k4 I U tmttmu x'WXKktlwi trttftmiii KNITCOMCOICALCO , BO T4. LAHOKTf . r. r-iaaMMMMMiaHaMaaaNiawHMHavaaH JHVIIrrlMrflrJrrVrirflrMrMHSrJrMrJrHHrMrarflaHgri tW In Sqlem by Dr. 5. C. St, ffl