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THE SALEM DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, ORE., MONDAY, StirT. z.
Should You Break Your Auto
this week, leave it at 229 State Street ami go to tbefa'ir. When you
return you will be pleased to find it ready to crank Tip and go home.
We do all kinds of work and are prepared to do it.
We make springs, or repair them, All abrts of blackamitbing done,
grinding and repairing chilled plows; a! no welding of cast iron, brass
and aluminum. Nothing' too small or too large for ua to do.
R. J. HERSCHBACH
229 8Ute Street, Salem, Oregon. Proprietor.
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Capital Monumental Works
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I STATE NEWS t
Albany Democrat: An industrial tnun
just gotten nut in 1'ortlnnd gives the in
dustries of I. inn county as agriculture,
stock nnd limber. That is good so far;
but It leaves out one of our best Indus
tries dairying. I.liiu is a lending dairy
section of the statu, mid should have
that as well as some other counties
given It. (Irent attention has been paid
it, nnd it is now one of the leading
dairy sections of the stale. The Albany
creamery alone docs a business of over
L'OO.OOli, nnd Immense quantities of)
cream is snipped out 10 i oruami ana
other places, (he products of our cows.
Down in Itoschurg they are extremely
suspicious, if this Mirnginpu from the
Kvoning News Is any criterion: " Of
course, tho meeting of tho Oregon con
ference of Methodists to this city litis
nothing to do with the reported high
roosting of the chickens in this vicinity
linmie Kiver Courier: Andrew Krakes,
who has been milling on the Silver fork
of Klliott crock in Jackson county, is
in the city, and its exhibiting a quantity
of lianrsome nugueta taken from the
drift diggings of the property. There
are numerous minuets of l iom .) tu -
value in the display,
Coltnge drove Sentinel; Tho wonder
ful growth nisde by nature In a sou son
in the famous, fertile, fruitful Willam
ette Is well shotvu by a water sprout
from a peach tree put on exhibition in
the Sentinel office bv W. 1". llotf. The
i sprout i ill"" feet iu length, and the
entire growth was made this season.
Tenchers' training will continue to
be a part of the curriculum of the l
Crando high school. This course sub
Unites for normal work, and has al
ready turned out teachers.
"There are many fine new cement
walk living built about town these
fine f nil da." says the forest drove
News Tillies. Our people are daily
taking more pride in this fin tonn
and we are glad to note these Improve
me ii It,"
MANY PRIZES AT BIG
Exhibitors Win Gold
Medals on Wide
Mnri.i county exhibitors at the 8aa
Francisco fair won an aggregate of 150
prizes on the wide variety of products
i shown, which included nearly every
I thing thut grows on top of or under t'je
ground from flux to baking powder,
Tho collective Marion county won the
gold medal lor fruits covering tue en
I timet term of the fair and also the gold
I medal for vegetables covering the en
tire torm of the fair. Tho men in
I charge of the Willamette valley ex
hibit shipped fresh fruit and vegetables
I weekly to the fair and tieir etlorts ap
j ear to have won out.
.Marion county also won the gold
I modal for the bent collective exhibit an
meilal for the bestcoluctive exhibit and
exhibit as per "atry. Marion county
exhibitors uh individuals have reason
to be proud of tho showing made and
the following lisi proves that this coun
ty won its share of tiie prices at the
largest fair ever held and in compet
ition with all other countries in the
A. I Ask, Priitum, display of white
silver mine outs, gold medal.
A. I.. Ask, I'm turn, display of sheep's
wool washed, gold medal.
.1. D. Alexander, llosednlo, prunes,
Angora ltug Co., Angora rugs, gold
Frank Anderson, 1'ratum, white side
oats; yellow dent corn, gold medal.
Fred Asheiibrenncr, Kulein, route 6,
display of timothy, silver medal.
F. Arhillis, display of ulfalfa, gold
A. K. Aiifrnne, Hnlnm, display of
fruit, honorable mention.
A. Aiit'rnuc & Son, Halem, black
berries nnd grapes, honorable mention.
Halfour, (I ut Ii & Co., white aide
and Itiissiuii outs, jiold medal.
Herman YV. liurr, .Sulein, display of
photographs on cloth, honorable men
tion. Heiiedictine Bros., Mt. Angel, fruits,
vegetables and nuts, honorable men
tion. Chus. A. Hear, Turner, vegetables,
Joseph Hernardi, Salem, vegetables,
T. 11. Hlundell, Sulein, cherries,
lliigeno llosse, Snlem, flux thread,
twine, unbleached linen and towling,
flux, gold mediil.
Kiiguiiv Hosse,' Salem, display of fi
ber flux, golil iiiediil.
1). lloyer, Wood burn, onions, bronze
I .eo ltri'wn, Muyton, fruifs aud veg
ethbles, silver medal.
Win. Itrowu & Co., display of Mo
hair, ciiiisiiuii.n of manufactured, ar
ticles, robes, plushes, fleeces and sam
ples, gold medal.
Hryant & iViiland, perfection flour,
Adam Hums, Shaw, prohibition wheat
I'.ugene Bosse, Halem, display of
broom corn uiid hemp, bronze medal
Cliua. Cannon, Hiilem, white side oats,
W. A. Clark, Salem, strawberries,
bron te medal.
II. H. Curtis, Salem, display of
Koisie wheat, silver medal.
Capitol Mills, gruhaui flour, silver
Champion Holler Mills, display of
uour, silver inetiui.
Win, ( line, Mt. Angel, fruit, honor
W. 1', Lollard, Hrooks, peaches, li'in
oiuble meat ion,
11. H, t .'iidit, West Stayton, display
or hu'uiiuk potntoe.i, nonoraiile iin u
lion. 11. tJ. ( a ty, Salem,, fruit and veg
etables, honorable mention.
dames Darby, Victor i'oint, display
of gray oats, silver medal.
T. 1., Davidson, Salem, potatoes hon
F. N. Doiby, Salem, display of fruit,
A. I.. Downing, Sublimity, prohibition
wnoat, silver nieual,
V. II. Downing, Palem, l.audreth
wheut, gold mediil.
Hubert, Dowuiug, Sulein, display of
moiiiiiiiioii niicai, gold nieual,
Mra. 0. S, Downing, Salem, quinces,
V, 11. 11. Dodge, Snlem, vegetables,
Frank Diem, Oervais, display of will
nuts, honorable uiciittoii.
It. H. Duncan, Salem, peaches, hon
F. W, Durbiu, Salem, white side aud
gray winter oats; white winter white
eat on, w hite Foisie ,iicut, void medal
lent, golil i
, K. f. D.,
Wm, laigen, tiervais,
bron r.e medal
Win, F.ngen, Hrooks, fruit, bronze
F.urcka Roller Mills, display of
flour, silver medal.
K. (. F.off, Salem, white eatoa
wheat, bronse medal,
F.ppleys Perfection Unking Powder
Co., Salem, "F.ppleys Perfection Hak
ing Powder," silver medal.
C. Fnlk, Shaw, Hungarinu prunes,
Wm. Plniiiiighain, Snlem, display of
vegetables, hoiioruldii mention.
.Mrs, S. R. Foster. Sulem, display of
logniiberriea and peaches, silver mod
al. Mr. 8. R. Foster, Snlem, display of
jama nnd jellies, bronre nieUal.
Mrs. t. R. Foster, Snlem, Iorhu Im'
ries and peaches, silver medal.
Charles VlttgernM, Hrooks, blue stem
wheat quiver medal.
Dexter Field, ifalciu, vegetable and
nut, liroure medal.
Fisher Mills, Silverton, flour, silver
B. Fuller, Shaw, petite prunes, ro
J. L. Freeland, Salem, free milling
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ore containing copper, stiver ana guiu,
Jacob Garber, Pratom, black spring
oats, bronze medaL
Ludwig Gehlhar, fruit and vegetables
Al German. Salem, disolav of aide
oats, silver medal.
J. G. Graham, Salem, welcome oata,
Thomas Hayre, Sublimity, display of
gray oats, silver medal.
E. Hazen, Woodburn, display of Bur
bank potatoes, bronic medal.
Hop Growers Asuociation, Salem,
tiorrn froltl moH.I
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Chas. Hicks, Silverton, prohibition
wheat, gold medal.
John Huut. ilaclea.. rellow dent corn
J. P. Hunt. Mnclcnv. disnluv of Enn-
lish walnuts, honorable mention.
J. P. Hunt, Hhav, Kinney wheat,
prohibition wheat, silver medal.
A. Huckestein. Salem, disnlav of ci
gars, silver medal.
jonn Humphries, llacleay, display ot
prohibition wheat, snver medal.
Mrs. Marv Huirill. Salem, fruit.
Insane Asvlum. disnlav of cranes.
Insane Asvlum. vegetables, silver
Insane Asvlum. alfalfa, silver med
C. I.. Johnson. Woodlnirn. Wolf river
apples, bronze medal.
I. U, Jones, Brooks, peaches, silver
T. D. Jones. Iowa dent corn, honor
Mrs. Mabel Kaiser. Chemawa. straw
berries,! silver medal.
James Kine. Mncleav. nears. cold
W. n. Kincr. Salem.disoluv of urnv
oats, silver mednl.
A. M. I.afollett. Oervais. R. F. D.
fruits, gold medal.
A. M. Lafollett, Oervais, R. F. D.
vegetables, gold medal.
A. M. T.llfollntr (lervoia ft V T)
display of white enton wheat, gold
C. I.. I.ansiiiEr. Salem, vecretnblea.
Isador A. l.orents. Shaw, notntoes.
S. A. Manning. Salem, trnusversc
wtion of Maple burl, gold medal.
Ona Martiu. Macleuv. Peck's wlient
I.. F. Mascher. Silverton. walnuts.
II. I.. Mills. Hubbard, cherries, sil
J. P. Milicll. Slilcm. cherries, silver
V. A. Mize. filllcm. dimilnv of
prunes, bronze medal.
H. W. Morgan, hufcm, Grnvenstcin
apples, honorable mention.
W. a. McAllister, Sulein, R F. D.,
display of sido onts, gold medal.
C. K. Mclllwaiue, Fruitland, squashes
Oreuon WJiolosale Xtirserv Co. Snlem
display of ofiinmeiital shrubs, bronze
G. H. Ottawav. Silverton. iliMotnv f
apples, honorable mention.
Pago Bros., Chemawa, onions, hunor
Georire Piilmcr, Jefferson, iienches.
11. A. I'ntton. Muclenv. white en ton
and prohibition wheat, silver mednl.
Hay Parvin, Snlem. R. F. D.. 1 exits
red oats, silver medal.
A. It. Parvin. Salem. R. F. D iliu.
play of Texas red oats, silver mediil.
of ryo, gold medal.
plums, honorable mention.
Roth & (I ruber, Salem, strawberries,
I.. T. Reynolds. Snlem. T.nmlicrt elier.
ries, bronzo medal..
J. Rii'don. Nile in. disiilnv of tiinntW
Kieesecker, Hros.. Shaw, lirunes nml
pears, gold medal.
G. W. .Kulifson, Snlom, R. F. D. 8,
Graveustein apples, Bilver medal.
Salem Milling Co., Salem, display of
of Wild Rose flour, silver mednl.
Salem Soup Works, bnlem, display
of soap, honorable mention.
Salem Hrooiu Works, Sulem, manu
factured brooms, honorable mention.
Sulem Tile Factory, Snlem, display
of drain tile, gold medal.
Sautiain Seed Co.. Turner. .
amU, gold medal, ,
II. '. tSuviiL'i' Sftlnm. whitn winttir
wliOHt : Fuisit itn.l riiili plllh wttenl
gold medal. '
H. W. SavBL'e.. Kntem. ilianlnv nt
cheat, lioiiorabTe mention.
H. : Savage & Sou, Sulem, straw
berries, sillver medai.
Savane & Fletcher. Snlem. ilim,tn of
garden and Rrnss seens, gold mednl.
i. ii. M'ltlcmier, Woodburn, display
of rys, gold medal.
J. 11. Settlcillicr. Wnndlinrn. Hiieei.
mens of forest products, ua per entry,
I. K, Sllllfer. Snlem. mm Bet nf
single buggy harncas, bronzo medal.
e feitieuuer, Woodburn, nuts,
W. I.. Simeriil. Snl
eaton wheat, silver medal.
Jacob SiL'imind. IMnmli. ilisoluv nf
prohrkition wheat, oid medal.
Jacob. SiL'inund t Son. Plumb, ills-
play of gray oats, koM mednl.
money rower Co., Salem, display of
flour (Gold Dusn silver modal.
V. 1.. Sillleral. Snlem. fruit nml veer.
etables, broiue medal.
Web Smith. Silverton white winter
wheat; gray and white aide onts, gold
11. Smith, Chemawa, strawberries,
Adam Snyder, Salem, fruit, bronze
Andrew Snyder, Salem, display of
fruit, huuorable mention.
Jauub Stnnfer, Salem, display of
Foisie wheat, silver medal.
A. K. Strang. Salem, display of pho
tography, honorable mention.
CliirV- Strickland, display of white
Holland oats, ailver modal. -
I.. P. Swan, display of apri; bar
ley, silver medal.
I.. P. Swau, six rowed barley; white
winter wheat; blue stem wheat,- sil
S. Swank, AumtviTte, flour, ailver
Salem House Furnishing Co., one
leather upholstered eoueh, honorable
W. A. Taylor, Maclcar, white eaton
wheat .bronze medal.
W. A. Taylor, Mucleay, pruuea,
W. A. Taylor, Macleay, display of
timothy, silver medaL
W. A, Taylor, Macleay, display of
timothy, gold medal.
Elvin Taylor, Maeteay, prohibition
wheat, honorable mention.
R. D. Tetter, Rosedale, champion
prunes, honorable mention.
R. 0. Teter, Salem, champion prunes,
Walter L. Tooze, Woodburn, hops,
Thomas Trice, Salem, B. F. D., gray
and side oats, bronze medal.
Andrew Vercler, Salem, display of
Lambert cherries, hunrable mention.
D. Warnugton, Salem, tnglisn Dibit
wheat, gold medaL
Mrs. R. E. Wands, Salem, collection
of canned fruits, vegetables, fish,
tames and meats, gold medal.
G. A. Webb, Silverton, strawberries
and potatoes, honorable mention.
John Weir, Jefferson, walnuts, bronze
NoAh Welch, Salem, fruit, bron e
George W. Weeks, Salem, Charlotte
peaches, silver medal.
Tobe Willard, Salem, forage grown
green corn, gold medal.
Willamette Valley Prune Association,
Salem, display of dried fruit, gold med
al. J. H. Wilson, Salem, display of crab
apples, honorable mention.
H. J. Winters, display of honey, sil
John Witzel, Turner, R. F. D., gray
winter onts, gold mednl.
Woolen Mills, Co., Thos. Kay, flan
nels, gold medal.
Woolen Mills Co., Thos. Kay, suit
ings and blankets, silver medal.
Woolen Mills Co., Thos. Kay, display
of wool, silver mcdai.
Jos. Woodard, Salem, display of
Kentucky blue grass, gold mednl.
Jos. Woodard, Salem, fruit and veg
etables, bronze mdal.
Emil Wommelsdorf, Salem, Bradshaw
plums, honorable mention.
H. J. Wright, Jefferson, crap apples,
Steve Wright, Woodburn, spring bar
ley, winter wheat, gray winter oats,
timothy, silver medal.
Fred Yonger, yellow dent corn, bronze
Marion County, display of beans and
pens, as per entry, bronze medal.
Marion County, canned vegetables,
Marion County, fruits canned in
glass, honorable mention.
Marion County, meats canned in
glass, honorable mention.
Mnrion County, collective exhibit of
fruits covering entire term of fair, gold
Marion County, mounted Cotswold
sheep wasfied wool, sirver mednl.
Marion County, display of boards
polished, silver medal.
Marion County, collective display of
vegetable seeds; canned fruit; dried
vegetables; booth; dried fruit as per
entries, gold medal.
Marion County, collective exhibit,
as per ontry, guld medal.
Mnrion County, dtsplay of Mohair,
. Marion County, collective, exhibit, as
per entry, gold mednl.
Muriun County, collective county ex
hibit, gold medal.
Marion County, collective exhibit as
per entry, gold mednl.
Mnrion County, collection wheat.
onts, barley and rye, in straw and
threshed grain, gold medal.
Marion County, display of blocks,
polished woods, gold- medal.
A Modern Plant for the Manufacture
of Monuments, Located in Salem,
at 2210 South Commercial St.
Our new buildings arc now complete
and the various machines for cutting
polishing, carving and lettering are in
operation. A brief description of our
plant will no doubt be of interest to
those not familiar with the modern
methods of monument manufacture. Our
manufactory building is 9(i by 22 feet,
with an L of 22 by 22 feet, containing
electric, motor, large air compressor,
polishing machine and a large surfac
ing machine, which does the work for
merly required of several men. Com
pressed air is piped to all parts of the
building for the various pneumatic
tools for carving, lettering and tracing
and by which our woramen are enabled
to do better work and more of it than
was possible. by hand. Through the
building is a traveling crane. With
this a workman can pick tip a large
block of granite and'move to any part
of the building with rase.
We are using only the choicest gran
ite from the best qunrries, which we
get in large blocks in carload lots, and
with the modem methods of quarrying
and sawing granite practically all wraste
is left at tho quarries. The speciul
low freight rate on sawed blocks of
granite enables us to get our material
hero for less than the finished product
can be brought in fo.. Our fixed pol
icy ia to supply only one grade of
work, the best, and to this end emnlov
only the best workmen. Tho l,.r..o.'.
itoein of expense in tho cost of n lilonti.
" r moor, huh us thia all
goes to Oregou workmen.
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i roportiou aal details are carefullv
worked out by our draughtsman and
no pains are spared to supply memor
ials that will as nearly as possible ex
press the spirit of loving remembrance
intended by tho purchaser. The serv
ices of our designer are free and for
any one "waiiting a special design work
ed out he will gladly do so and show
by accurate aud truthful elevations aud
perspective drawings how the finished
memorial will actually appear iu the
People seldom consider memorials
until death has removed some member
of the family or rirclo of friends, when
the solicitation nf
confuse and, not having thought jusl
nuin nrj TiBiii, nicy many times give
an order for monument or marker w hich
on aoeond thought or after careful con
aideration they woulu not want at any
The reader of this may not have oc
casion to have a memorial erected, but
every one has friends who do or will
and service may be rendered to them
and ua by calling attention to our
In our showrooms we carry a good
stock of finished work In price rang
ing from 10 to 50i) and persons want
ing anything In this line should remem
ber that they ran alwava get ut what
they want; if not ia stock it can be
ONLY THE BEST
The Bergman Gold Medal Shoes
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Cream Cereal, Self-Rising Pancake Flour, Self-Rising. Biscuit Flour
Fine, Coarse and Medium Graham, Rolled Oats, Steam Rolled Barley,
Fine Middlings and Bran.
BRYANT & PRUNK
Highest Price Paid for Milling Wheat.
The Oldest in America
The Best in the World
Are sold by the Valley Music House; 264 North
Commercial Street, the Kimball, the Sohmer and Co.,
Marshall and Wendell, Steger and Sons, Smith and
Barnes, French and Sons, Strohber, and many other
standard makes are handled, while at the fair pay
our store a visit.
Valley Music House
C. F. HULL, Manager. 264 N. Commercial St.
Exhibit of STUDEBAKERS
made for them in a short time and at
prices that defy competition.
Visitors are welcome and every
courtesy will be shown to tho.. call
ing and all questions cheerfully an
CAPITAL MONUMENTAL WORKS
J. C. Jones and M. N. Lewii
Pittbur Preu- ir..j.
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TENTS, AWNINGS AND
Horse Covers, Cow Covers and
Are made by the
PACIFIC TENT & AWNING CO
Phones Main 1981 A 1981
1-3 North First St, Cor. Ankeny
The strongest and newest water
Proof Shoes Made
Loggers, Cruisers, Miners, and
Men's Comfort Dress Shoes
Strong Shoes for Boys
THXO. BEEGMANN MFG. CO.
621 Thurman St., Portland, Ore.
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I-ebanon Express: David Wood in
form tho Express that there la a moun
tain of ore in the western part of Be
ton eounty about three milea north
west of philomath, on Wood 'a Creek.
It is easy of access, about a mile and
half from the railroad, with plenty of
wood and water near by, and Mr. Wood
wondera why someone ia not mining it-
Birmingham Age llorald: If Lori
mer and Joe Bailey can "come back,'
we might as well abolish political
graveyard! entirely and try crematioa-