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THE SALEM DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE., FRIDAY, OCT. 1, 1915.
Should You Break YourrAuto
this week, leave it at 229 State Street and go to the air. When you .
return you will be pleased to find it ready to crank up and 'go home.
We do all klnda of work and are prepared to do it.
Wo make springs, or repair them. All aorta of blncksmithing done,
grinding nnd repairing chilled plows; also welding of cast iron, brass
and aluminum. Nothing too small or too largo for us to do.
R. J. HERSCHBACH
229 State Street, Salem, Oregon. Proprietor.
MARION COUNTY LADS I - r3
AND LASSIES HAVE - IS,
mawv PPI7P PBnniifK : A
! inniii MULL IMUUUUIU . jj
School Children Have Compe
tition AH Their Own In In
Dwight Misner's Exhibit
I OVERLAND. And DODGE BROS.
Made the Biggest Hit at the
Capital Monumental Works .
AH Kinds of Monuments, Vaults,
Munsnloums, nnd Cemetery Decor
ations, mado to order; Artistic
.Carving and sculpturing our
Huy directly from fuctory and
save middleman's profit.
All correspondence properly at
Phone 608. 2210 S. Commercial
X 0. JONES, Prop.
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v. PHEASANT BRAND ff TIpC
; LOGANBERRY J U ILJL
' Our Loganberry Juice Is making Oregon famous.
; , It la sold now In nearly every state in the Union.
Buy a small bottle all ready to mall and send It to your friends In
; ; the East. Tor sale at our booth In the New Pavilion.
I OREGON FRUIT JUICE CO.
FOR THE WOODSMAN
. We have all kinds of Axes, Wedges, Wedges, Haws, and Kquinments
for tho woods.
All kinds of Corrugated Iron for both Roofs aud Buildings,
A good 1800.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly used for one-fourth original
A good 4 horsepower John I. Gasoline Knglno, fully guaranteed.
Two l'ouies anil Harness at a prloe that will surpriso you.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The House of llnlf a Million Uargnius.
. 1BOU0 BUB. I
WITNESS TOOK POISON.
Los Angeles, ('al., Kept, .10,-1,. O,
Larson, witness in Judge Thoinns V.
( tastily 'a court in Huutiugtoii Park,
throw tho court room lu an uproar to
day, when ho took bicholorldo of mer
cury tablets Just ns ho was being called
to the stand,
He 1'ell to the floor wrllhl it ir with
i nil, '
pain and diielnrs were hastily summoned, im)i
in nine inn me. a nurriea call wus
sent to the county hospital for an am
bulance unit 1. hi nc'ii was removed to tliut
No motive can be Ascribed for the
Act IIM liHI'MI.II U'lm tint lili,1er ur.il n.t.l
was nut in trouble as far as known, llol f,,r( i,,.mun,
n m wnufM iii aniiiiier esse.
I Aiinougn tne .Marion county indus
i trial exhibit was not in minuet lt;..n
wun tne otlier counties as a county,
uie individuals were nut to clean up
all the prizes in the open competition
tliut it was possible to collect. The
.Marion county school children have
been growing vegetaoles, chickens and
making dresses and duruing stockings
for a year to enter their work in the
open juvenile competition.
The sum of $1000 was given in prizei
in mis exinoit .department and Marion
county youngsters brought home their
snore ns tno lollowing list of awards
Open Juveniie Contest
- Lot 14 Field Com
1st I.elund Charley, Brownsboro;
2nd Thomas ilnygood, Ontario; Hid
Fay ilein, Cauby; th Joe Collins,
Central Point; 0th Olenn Hndlev, Air
lie Class a
1st Vern Owens, Wellen; 2nd
Bcnnic Davidson, Npringfi.eld: 3rd
Biirta Young, Junction City; 4th Ver
non Borate, Wilbur; 5th i.lovd Tur
Lot 15 Popcorn
1st Clifford Robinson, Biddle; 2nd
I.loyd Keck, Junction City; 3rd
Maurice Wagoner, Snlem R. 3;4tk
Claude Norman, Lebanon ; . 5th Frank
1st Otto L. Illume,. Albany; 2nd
Oliver Cockciline, Eugene; .'till Ches
ter Ayers, Junction City: 4th Ruth
Bradford. Koseburg; Otb Ruti.li Wil
Lot 16 Watermelons
1st Joe Collins, Central l'nint ;2ml
Claude Nniniiiii, Lebanon ; 3rd l.iiui
Norman, Lebanon; 4th-Lewis llurt
inmi, Junction City; (Jth Flovd 'I'men
1st Carl Telherow, Monmouth; 2nd
Joe .Mnyliew, Eugene; 3rd Herbert
Lot 17 Hubbard Squashes
Joe Collins, Central i-olnt; ."lrd Floyd
Morrison, Junction City; 4th Raymond
Hull, Beuu Vistn; 5th Manlev Ariuit,
Class B .
1ST lion Alley, Cottage Grove; 2nd
Eldon J'epiot, VurorvilIe;3rd Bcn
me Davidson, Springfield; 4th Oliver
ockerlinc, Kugene; 0th Agnes Contes,
Lot 18 Pie Pumpkin
1st Joe Collins, Cent nil Point; 2nd
Lewis Hnrtmnn, Junction City; 3rd
Leslie Butner, Koseburg; 4th Claude
Norman, Lebanon; Sth-Muude Rice,
1st Yvonne Aufniuec, Salem, R. F
f.),!i a!'.''r Willill" Mackie, Uickre'ull;
.lrd Raleigh J. V,in Cleave .Woodbnru;
4th Arthur Ntewnrt, Cottage drove;
fitll Bennio Davidson, .Springfield.
Lot 19 Largest and Best Stock Squash
1st Louis Hiirtinnu, Junction Citv;
2nd Willie Kibler, Terraco; :ird Her
bert Neave, Junction Citv; 4th Wilbuv
Wilson, Aurora; 5th Frank Mnuhew
1st Walter Zaelmry, Cobnrg 2nd
Chester Ayers, Jumt'ou City;- iij.
Ilegiimld Haight, Logman; 1th C'vJe
Dubell, Ciinyonville; Stli Kar! Me wort
v in iii go drove.
1st Ted Nnpner, Kugene; 2nd
I.ouis Hnnmsi., Jin.-'ioi, Cty; :ird--Hugh
Young, Falls Cuv; Hh I li'loril
DeHok, Or .; in mi.- r'tli - Frauk Mau
hew, Kuge'i ,
Clnf j B
1st Dm.,. j- ...... Tillumock; 2nd
tleruld liiiinsey, Cauby; 3rd Tlielma
I'eHok, OiViro. i iiv 'i". Anlin si...
art, Cottage llrove; 5th Alfred Cocker-
Lot 21 Potatoes
1st Knuiriild Tildou, Tillimook; 2nd
Kaynioinl DeVroy, illlimuok; 3rd
Morris (luyer, Airlie; 4th Nell lub
ber. .Man etnii! nth V'l.-.l r...i...
is "From a daylight
six more in
Exhibit of Native Woods
1st Merrel P. Hurt, (ilendule: 2ml
Rudolph ifiillcnliu.t', Boring, R. 3;
3rd Olenn Tinevnnl'll. Cnttnirn firnvef
- o . - -O" - ,
1st Eugene Vedder, (iludstone; 2nd
Kylviu Htrubbin, Sprinu'iieid.
Lot 26 Best Packed standard Box of
Lot 27 Bi-ead
1st La Verne .Myers,' Falls Cify;2nd
-Mvrtle .ulsnn SnTeiiir 3ril Cnrrip
Wether, Olendule; 4th Monroe Coolcy,
McCoy; Oth Louie Sweet. Bcncle.
. - Class B
1st Lota Braillev. j-nlls Citv? 2ml
May K McDonald! Diiilus: 3rl Dor-
ris Smith. Eugene: 4th Flnvin Dim.
ick, Kulem; flth .Mnrv Brown Aums-
Lot 28 Canned Fruit nnd VcaRt.ihloo
1st Bessie Morrisnn. Perrvliile- 9,rl
Myrtle Ycxley, Oregon City; 3rd
fcllis Newkirk. .Milwinikii!: 4tliFiiv
Metz, Koseburg; 5th Fiancelle Huw
1st Waunda. Elliott, l'errvilnle- 9..A
May E. MeDonnl.l, Dulliis;' 3rd Stel
la .lones, Cunvoiiville: 4th liln Vnt
Salem; 5th Neva Cliurch, Roseburir.
Lot 20 Jelly
1st Bernico Ni.u-liiil lii,Mu. e.,.i
Faye Metz. Bosel
Spitzbart, Salem; 4lh Xeldn Rickels.
Lebanon 5th Fiancelle Hnwlev, Mc
Coy. ' "
1st Albert Friessen. T)iilln. o,i
F.sther Taylor. (
Daisy Williams, The Dalles; 4th Edith
Fones. Carlton. D. 1: lithT
Lot 30 Machine and Hand-Made
Classes A and B
1st Delnha nEdliiml. Hi...l,r. o.,.i
Berniee. NewbilL Dnllns: 3rd Vt.ir.
riet Howells., MJ'dt'ord; 4th Lorenn
Ireat, Falls City; oth Helen Stum,
Lot 31 Hand-Made Apron
Class B Only
1st Homii Craig, Yoiicnlln; 2il
Waunda Elliott, Perrydnle; 3rd Mar
garet Doriniui, Falls City; 4th Lucia
Foncher, Dilhinl; 5th Frunkie Crider
Lot 32 Darning ' ,
1st Nellie Wolfe, Molallo.
1st May Ale Donald, Dallas; 2nd
Doris Swav.e. llermiston- :ii-lsi,.i.
Lot 33 Didlan Runner Dcks
1st Elmer Both, Snlem, R. (1; 2nd
Marie Lee, Fulls City; 3rd Annis Oil
Claes it '
1st Mnble Lee, Falls City; 2nd
Ardis Oillinm, Dnllns; 3rd William
Muckie, Rickreull. ' " '
Lot 31 pekin Ducks
1st Baliegh Middleton, Dallas.
Lot 35 Barred Plymouth Rocks
. . .Class a
No winners, i
1st Henry Alsip, Dnllns; 2nd
Ralph Wilson, Snlem; 3rd Bryan Me
Farland, Cottage drove; 4th Arneta
Lot 36 Whiu 1-iymouth Rocks
1st Harold Reynolds, Independence.
Beaver, 2nd i
in the new Family Package
crtap and delicious Snowflake Sodas now
come packed in a sanitary tin cake and
Keep your Snow flake fresh and crfap. Acta at a
useful kitchen help.
At your dealer's. Per box 50c
aio in luc ana zsc packages and in bulk
Laok fa ikk aaase m aittty pMkaaa
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO.
Anna Hart, Fulls titr; 3rd Earl tie
coy. Ontario: -it li W
j Perrydnle; 5th Juke Cook, Oold 11 ill' j
juoi xi! union
1st-Earnest Fiscner. Milwnukio; I
2nd Ed Napper, Eugeue; 3rd Flovd :
rinenlioffer, Lebanon; 4th Claude!
Noruinn, Lebniion; 5th Willie Wehner.i
...Class B !
1st Marv Zincker. E IlirOll. .l I
Laurence Wheeler, Trent; 3rd Knima!
Aiucs-or, Eugene; 4th Raleigh J. Van
Cleave, Woodburu; Oth-Harold Bur
..Lot 23 Celery
1st Edith Meyers, Heaver; 2nd
Leslie Butner, Koseburg.
1st Mne Butner, Koseburg.
Lot 84 Btrd House
1st Olenn Harmon, Monmouth; 2J
Robert Keller, Ashland; 3rd Conrad
Boyle, Ciinyonville; 4th Harlev Nel
son, ltiiena Vista; ,1th--llarvev 'Smith,
Salem, It. 1.
1st IVIbert Moore, Snlem, R. J; ?i
tleorge Hursell, Milwaukie; 3nl
Roy Evans, Roseburg; 4th Carl Telhe
row, Monmouth; 5th Jerome Sacks,
We have a complete stock of tho
various grass and clover seeds
used for seeding at this time of
year. Our stock has been seleet
ed with re to secure the purest
seeds and seed! of tho highest
i; FARM SEEDS
We have (heet feed, Vetch Seed,
Fall Rye, Fall Wheat, Fall Oats,
ete. Tou will always find our
'pric as low a seeds of the best
quality ran be sold for.
251 261 SUte st. rhone 100
Lot 37 Buff Plymouth Rocks
No entries. '
t Lot 38 White Wyandottes
No entries. -
Lot 39 White Orpingtons
...Lot 40 Buff Orpingtons
1st Kliner Roth, Saleuu
1st Arneta M. Roberts. Snlem.
Lot 41 Rhode Island Reds
1st Emil Ridgewny, Buell; 2nd
Elmer Both, Snlem.
1st Wilbur Spray, Cottage Grove.
Lot 42 White Leghorns
.1st Elmer Roth, Salem.
1st Monroe Coolcy, McCoy; 2nd
Florence McFnrland, Cottage Grove;-
3rd Allen Wheeler, Trent; 4tli Wil
liam Mackie, Bickrenll.
Lot 43 Light Brahmas
Lot 44 Miscellaneous '
- 1st Glenn - Purvine, Salem; 2nd
Marie Lee, Falls rty; 3rd Ralph
Scroggin, Lebanon; 4th Dorsey Gray,
1st Phillip Mosby, Dorenn; 2nd
Teddy Ridgewny, Buell; 3rd Phillip
Mosby, Dorcna; 4th Mabel Lee, Fulls
Lot 45 Best Exhibit in District
1st Polk county; 2nd Lane county;
3rd Douglas count), 4th Tillimook
county; 5th-Clackamas county.
Lot 46 Best Exhibit in District
1st Wasco county; 2nd Malheur
county; 3rd Morrow county.
Lot 47 Sweepstakes County Fair
Lot 48 Manual Training
1st Portlund; 2nd Salem.
Fairgrounds Tented City
Shows Increase This Year
The fuirerounils tenrpil ;u i.a.,ii,-
a bigger city than the average person
nuiuii iiiiugiue. isy actual count unit
record, the city this year is made up of
433 tents. 27 enttnvmi. I! .nvi .
ons, nnd 4 autos for Cnillllimr Innhimr
a UJlttl Ol Hi IIOIIICS 111 tne CltV. I' if.
uriug an uverago of five to a' family,
this would nive a population of 23110.
But this does not include the actual
number that are entertained in the
city, ns ut times the population is al
most double the number of reinliir
campers. Superintendent Albert To.ier
estimates the size of the. tented citv
ut several hundred larger than a year
ago with about "0 more tents. To' the
average family who comes camping for
the week, the expense:) amount to about
With the" exception of DesMuiues,
Iowa, and Hainline, midway between
St. Paul and Minneapolis, the tented
city hero is the largest stute fair citv
of its kind in the country. Des Moines
got several of its ideas from tliia state,
and soon found it would have to en
huge its grounds, until now the state
has 71 acres reserved for the campers
eiicn year; The eighteen acres belong
ing to the state here will soon be in
adequate, if the city continues to grow.
The largest attendance in the history
ot the camp, was in the year 1876. 'n
the early days when there was but few
railroad facilities, the people from all
over the state came to the luir nml
camped -out for a week. It was the
time when relatives and friends had !
ineir annual meeting. Most of them
went to Portlund for their winter's
trailing nnd purchasing of supplies, and
then returned for a week's visit nt the
ONLY THE BEST
TENTS, AWNINGS AND
v as UUUD3
Horse Covers, Cow Covers m
' ' Wagon Covers -Are
made by the '. -PACIFIC
TENT k AWNING Co
. Phones Main 1981 A m '
1-3 North Pirat St., Cor. Anken,
The Bergman Gold Medal Shoes
If" )) ,
I It I ' li li. . a-m.m,mmA I
The strongest and newest watw
Proof Shoes Made
Loggers, Cruisers, Miners, and
Men' Comfort Dress Shoes
Strong Shoes for Boys
THEO. BERGMANN MFG. CO.
621 Thurmari St., Portland, Ore.
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
Los Angeles Times: The time is al
most here when tiic ball plavers will be
batting .300 or better in the radiator
league. They always do it between
308,213 Ford cars were sold last year.
"The Universal Car." Your necessity.
They serve everybody, please every
body, save money for everybody by re
liable service, economical operation and
maintenance. Why experiment? Watch
the Fords go by! Talk with the owners
of Ford cars. Investigate for yourself.
, Prices lower than ever. Runabout $390;
Touring Car $440; Town Car $640,
f. o. b., Detroit. Why' pay more? On
260 N. High
Agents for Marion and Polk Counties.
See our exhibit at the Fair.
'''-"j11 is fast beconiliiir a nonulnr "nrvo" i.. u i ...
eourt, on the links, everywherethe eliirhul . X? M tl,e te,,nS"
Loganberry Juice ;i,,s coun.letTeuthnsia'sK 0,'K("I' f","?Ug
gnnie, i refreshing and thirst cn.h n .ti t' ,,eiWe"n
laste of most fruit juices. 1 . ' overly-sweet, heavy
He sure to say
reacne!; IV i"?, S J""' - the loganberry
seientificnlly bottled to preset "e ,he lit Z . 'T"' ht'1 '"Kanberries,
tives or coloring. 'nn navor. Jt contains nu resorv
Try ''Loju- In the individual
bottle. Send a case home. Sold
by the best druggists, confection.
r and grocers of 8alem.
Northwest Fruit Products
! Lot 85 Largest aud Best Prepared