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DAILY OAriTAL JOURNAL, 8ALRM.. OREGON. TTHUB8DAY, SBFTSMBHt 10, im
ond wo can
ANDERINE is to the hair what (resti shower
01 rain and sunshine ore to vegetation. It
got? right to the root, invigorates and
strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimulating and
life-producing properties ?nuio the hair to grow
abundantly long, strong end beautiful. It at
onco imparts a sparkling brilliancy and vcl
vety soilness to the hair, and lew weeks'
use will cause new hair to sprout nil over the
scalp. Use it every day for a short time,
niter which two or three times n week will
be sufficient to completo whatever growth
A Uif Irom Si, Paul wnltt in mlitinc.
"When I uoRan uiIdk Dundcrlna mr htr
would not roma to mr houlilerssud now
tt It stray below my lilpi."
Another from Ntwitt, N. J.
" I hve been uilni? Dauderlne rtRUlatlr.
1 benl tint lUrlod to uie It t had very Jlt
tlo lulr.uow l hve the mot liemitltuflons
and tlilclc hair aujroue would Mint to have.'1
NOW at ail druggists In three
sizes 25c, 50c and $1.00
Danderine enjoys a greater sole than
ony other one preparation regardleas of kind
or brand, nnd it has a much greater sale than
nil of the other hair preparations in the
FREE To ,ll0Vf ,,ow quickly Oindirliu
" acta. ne will rmt n tntar. .m.
pie free by return mall to anyone who
sends this (rce coupon to the
KNOWLTOH DANDERINE CO., CHICAGO, ILL,
with their name and address and 10c
In silver or stamps to pay postage.
fiwroomi, $1230. Our reason-
isrla bring quick results. First
it; bit served.
d Lumber Co.
JhUi Fourteenth and Oak,
ussiaailBiaBB it a m a a
WJ glvo prompt attention
h 11 orders, gunrnuteo our
w to give satisfaction and T
p to tho sanitary stand-
will hi: pleased
sc For Sale1 WEATHER REPORT
General Smninni-y. ,
Tho week o ntho whole wnB very
favorable. Tho mean tcni)crntitro
vU3 Bllghtly nbovo normal, with tho
seasonal characteristics of warm
days and cool n'ghts. The nights
wore BUfllclcntly cool to cnuso frost
In tho plateau counties on a few
mornings, but no damago of conso
quonco resulted thorcfrom. Tho
3d nnd 4th wore tho wnrmest dnyi
nt which tho maximum tompcrntur
of 90 degrcs or more wore common
In tho eastern counties to tho east of
tho Coast rango of mountains. Tho
Inst two days- of tho weok woro show
ery, but tho jalnfall was light In all
districts. Tho aunshlno was abund
ant, nnd no damaging winds wcro re
ported. Const District.
Newport, Lincoln county, Jno. E.
Mat thom The weather was flno an
warm during tho past weok.
Portlnnd, Multnomah county, Lo
cal Offlco, Weather Durenu Tho
week wns gonernlly clear nnd wnrm
until Snturdny, when It clouded up
nnd continued cloudy nnd cool tilt
tho closo of tho week. Light rain
null Run, Clijcknmns county, Port
land Water Works The week was
clonr nnd wnrm uitll Snturdny, when
weather set In. No rnln foil.
Salem, Marion county, M. P. Bald
win The week was clear and wnrm
with no rnln.
Albany, Linn county, F. M. French
There wns no rnln during tho week
Tho tomporaturo was normal.
Corvnllls, Denton county, E. P.
ErwJn Tho weok was clear and
pleasant, except Snturdny, which was
cooler, with cloudy weather. No
Columbia Itlver Valley.
Casearto Locke, Hood River county
Val. W. Tomklns Tho week was
warm and clenr, with light westerly
winds, changing to cooler and cloudy
Condon, Gillllam county, S. C.
Dodson The first part of tho wook
was cool, but It was quite warm dur
ing tho latter part. Westerly winds
prevailed. No rain fell ,
Mlkallo, Gilliam county, J. T. Chan
dler Clear skies, with gradually rU
lng temperature, characterized the
week. Light to brisk westerly wind
prevailed. No rain fell.
Heppner, Morrow county, George
Whltels Tho week has" been unsea
sonably warm during the daytime,
with cool jilghtn. No rain foil,
HormlMon, Umatilla county, H. F.
Johnson Tho winds were maluly
from tho north The day tempera
tures woro warm, reaching 95 on tvo
days. No rain fell, and there was but
Prlncville, Crook cqunly, C. I.
Wennek The weather was dry, with
cool nights and warm days.
Cliff, Lake county, John C. Green
The foro part of the week was cool
tho last four da3 bavo been warmer.
No rain fell.
Vale, Malheur county, H. P..Os
born The week was characterized
by hot days aad cool ajght. Frost'
occurred Tuoday sight, There was
Cu t our shon on Lilian X
l, back of Darr's Jewolry J
i"i. mono 550.
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I Q. V Ulenf . "
i" KWerSL, South Salem, manu-
? Nads of boxes, crates
-" u'jer accessories. Phono
at&t BD .it VIn .. ,
4 lldlea' fi.vi
J !"k of silk, and dres,
' HctanLr r.t 0W"8'
ttiuw .Jv r "'"B cnina
. Mbrolderr and Uci.
Tv;o ejspresu cars cgntalnlng soma
of tho faslegt horseo ever entered n:
the local1 faco course nt the fair
Yotm.lv oTlved Tuesday afternoon,
and were placed In the now bnrnj
Just built this season for tho pur
dlctod ovorflow of racers to enter the
coming, week, end tho bortrd's fore
sight proved most valuable, owing
to tho Unci entries will probably bo
turnol away before Mondny for want
of moro spneo.
The nhlpmonlB arriving Tuosi'ny
rrom tho difforent courses in Califor
nia contains stock which will be
ento-oi both iho lpvge nnd smplt
itnko pffuhnj. For the 2:14 trotting
there will bo Beithrt Mac, wlthn rco
ord of 2:08r?jchlo;inareland with u
2:0-1 fc markm'lle W., mnrk 2:10
Vallo Girl, inai: 2:l0tt; Delia" Darrl
by, mark 2:17; Nogla, 2:09 H mark;
Enater Bello, vIth a mark of 2:11.
Thoso from tho south to. enter In
the 2:08 paca stako are: Delilah.
mark 2:07. nn exceptllonnliy faBl;
little apjmnl which Traced tho oouth
crn sjrsuit In flno style. Chnrloy D,
mark 2:06tt; Sallna Boy, without
mark; John R. Conway, 2:07 rcc
prd nnd MI33 Idoho with r. mark of
In tho 2:20 pace there flll enter
Thomas Murphy, a horBO with n
flno reputation, and Josephine, mark
In tho 2:12 troot three of tho Cnl
Idornlanfi will try for tho wire, thov
being: R. Ambuch,. mark 2:09; At
hershnm, 2:10tt mark; Bertha Mac
Will be a doubtful starter.
In tho 2:20 trot, Monocrat, Elsan
drc, mn-k 2:12 U.
Tho-e ropro'.cntlng tho south In
tho Irrgcot ovont of tho week, tho
2:05 paco will be: Mona Wilkes,
mark 2:03; Lolan Onward, mark
2:04 and Zoloe, a horao well known
to tho Qnlom fans with a mark of
Thin taco lino prospects of beating
some of tho provloiiB records made
on tho Pacific coast, nB all tho horses
obovo montioncd nnd othors, which
will bo In tho try-out, nro In tho bCiit
Among tho well known trainers
and r.innr.gors horetoforo having
rndng rtecl: under supcrvlsloln hero
are: Dan Donnhuo, ' John Young,
Mitchell Thorr.ro, "Spook" Robinson
vlto Orovo tho promlnont horse "Jny
II. ICny" throughout tho East, Buck
Pnlnior, PaUoy Dnvoy, Eddy Grancy,
Jnmos TIernoy, Henry Delnnoy, and
Homer Rutherford nnd F. H. Burk.
kf Mkl often to b burled six feot tiadw
(round. But many times women call on
their family physlcilins, RulTerlng, as they
Imagine, one tromdyspopsla, another frotti
heart disease, another from llvor or kid
ney disease, another from nervous pros
tration, another with pain hero and thrrv,
and In this wny they present alike tr
themselves ana their easy-going or over
busy doctor, separate disease, for which
he, ofsumlni? them to bo such, prescrlbta
Tils pills nnd notions. In reality, tley nto
all en: iiimintims caused by somo ulcrlna
disease. Thtj'olHlclan,sKnornnt of tha
diwir of sufferliiir.RHpps up iHtrcatmcnt
unti! larte bills arc nlsde. .TiSuiTcrlnii
patient peis no bettcrVlNJWaJtsuHktbo
wrong treatment, but protiably worSTC '
VfUi.iipi 'sine ttiic xir.. tirrc ,t r. nvnti 3 .. -
jlrfl-CT'l't''!'- -Jircctril in the ennte won J , VnHHHsWnHMHPJIfWMHI
Hj.1. '-' ' i iv n-iiuiyi-ti ttin ril-enFP. thi-, - (
l' 'i .IcflllllC All thoSH IllHLTl'NMIiir RVt.lt. ' A
tomr. nnd U.stttutlnR comfort Instead 1 1
pro.otiped mucrj'. It has been well saU. 1
tint "a dieaa known Is haircurcd." 1
Dr. Pierce- Favorite Prescription le a
tcioutlfle mcllclne, carefully devised by !
on eapenencea ana SKiutui piiysicl&tt,
tnu adapted to woman's delicate, system.
It ! mado of native American ihedlcln .1
ryi and.lsperffctly hnrmlcn. In . j
ej?v:? ( yrrt ;)umv,in-iKrTr j
As iv nowcrful Invliroratlnir tonic T-iv
vorlto Prescription" Imparls stronsth to
tho ttholosynera and to tha orcans dl
ttnetly feiu.tiino In particular. For ovir
worKed, "urn-out." run-down." tlcblll
tatcd toiiehers, milliners, dressmakers,
scnnstreses. "shop-plrls, houso-koepers,
'erally. Dr. Pierce's FivvorltoPreserltitlcn
w tno greatest earthly boon, being uti
Rqualcd an au appetizing cordial and ro
As a sootlunp and strenstthonlnR nrrr
Ino "Ftt-ViiMtn l'rrstr f tIciiM lji.iintnnnlo,4
and Is luvnliiabjo In nllnylnit,jiiiin. dU-a
dulnc nervous cxcltaLllltv.HIrrttdhllllf.
nervous exhaustion, ncrvonSiprostrMtlon, ,
nenralgla, hjstorla, spasms, SCVItus's
aancc, una oilier distressing, nervous
symptoms commonly attendant upon
functional and organic disease of the
ntcrus. It Induces refreshing sleep un
relieves montal anxiety and desnondoncj.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet InvlsoraU
tho stomach, liver and bowels. One U
tkrM a do. Kaay to tnko as candy.
Gold Dust Flour
Made by THE SYDNEY POW
Kit COMPANY', Sidney, Orr
Kon. Mndo for fnnilly use.
Ask your grocer for It. nrau
nihl Bhors always on linnd. ;
" tWWwmiw I liLWrfiiTQir
"H I ' 'CorrRi... '
We sell tons of poor
stuff; but our name isn't
on it. Go by the name.
Vwr crw r r-irrn y"ur money It you don'l
ll'.e iil.l!l!u' l.v.l. wtf iy Into.
Being good thnt evil mny come of
It bents being bnd that good may
cor.; of It in tho estimation of his
THE BEST ROAST THE
FAMILY EVER HAD
Cnn bo obtained from our prima
tender nnd Juicy beef, mutton or
pork. All our montB nro solocted
from tho choicest, nnd prepared for
tho tablo to Buit tho domands of tho
fastldlouB. Our prices aro lower for
quality than you cnn find nt any
placo In Salem.
13. O. GROSS,
Phono 201. 070 State St,
When tho doctor Is called he asks:
"How aro the bowels?" They are
gonorally wrong. His visit might
hnvo been saved by a timely dose of
Lane's Family Medicine,
I'wwrtii lea .NunnftU
ifciiCiyrJS'T; Kcveiiis. tropurr
"wsCuJTS: .Po-:lao m&d 1,1
1 WAfA IBTa
. jl i. rv,!"
There aro people who know how to
bo rich and offend nobody, but fnr the
greater number don't know how to
be rich at all.
For a Sprained Ankle. ,
A sprained anklo may bo cured In
about one-third tho time usually re
quired, by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment freely, and giving It abso
lute rest. For sale by Dr. Stone's
A strange world. Governor John
son is nominated a third time be
cause he was elected twice. Mr,
Bryan was nominated a third time
because he had been beaten twice.
Kerap'd Balsam la a safe cough
cure, for It cobUIbh Hothlng that cab
barn y?w. Jt la the bet cough cure,
but costs so store than aay other
kind. All drugglsta sU It.
Keep hammering away on manu
facturlng Industries. They are need
ed to balance up our activity In
First Class Livery, Sale
and Boarding Stables
Largest stock of now vehicles in
The Old Club Stables
Corner Ferry and Liberty streets.
Proprietors, Gilliam & Boedlgholmer.
Phono Main 7. Salem, Oregon.
Grau Chinese Doctor
L. M. II U M
Has mcdlcluu which will cure any
known disease. Ho makes a special
ty of, and guarantees to euro Catarrh
Asthma, Lung, Throat, Rheumatism,
Debility, Stomach, Liver, Kidney
Troubles; also any blackened or
swollen soreness, broken limbs;
Smallpox; .Epidemic; all kinds of
Bolls, Lost Manhood, Female Weak
Hew, Hernls Troubles and -Paralysis
Consultation free. Care of Ylek.go
Tong Co., ChlBese drugs and herbs,
1S3 High St., upstairs, Salem, Or.
Kodol will, la a very short time,
enable the stomach to do tho work
It should de, aad the work it shonld
do Is to diaect H the food you rat.
It makes the stomach -sweet and It
Is plMMBt to take. It Is sold here
by all druggists.
. 1 -o
, a.Mimrk'aT A.
O MISfi BEATRICE SHELTON 6
O Teacher of Piano, Orgau and O
O Ensemble Classas, until Octo- )
O ber 1, In Chicago taking ad- O
O vaaced studies. O
O ' O
O First National Bask Bldg Studio O
O Residence Studie: 88 Marfoa O
O Street., Pkone 13M9.
Phese 44 Mala 147 N. High St.
C. W. YANNKE
THE FASHION STABLES
Cbs acd LJvery, all RIf ltedsra
THK AOMK OF BLIS
Is reached when, listening to the en
trancing stralns'otjikHson Phone
graph. For vat4ety and real Joyous
ncss no music can equal that pro
duced by one of the Edison ma
chlno. You can lmvsany sort of a
program you like. Otir collection of
new records embraces tho grave and
tho gay, the ridiculous and the sublime.
SX L. f. SAVAGE, Salem, Ore.
Wo I minrlnt- I nrttnc' Clitrl- VVnictc nnr Uli I
SB .A. "fcUM..w. Lu,w .... ITUIOIO UHU ITIM1.V. m
C Skirts Just Right.
We guarantee to. All of our shirtwaists aro care
fully washqd with a special neutral soap, starched Jut
whore they should bo starched and Iroued by exports
who have mndo shirtwaist Ironing a special Btudy.
Wo are pleasing tho most careful dressers in tho city with our
shirtwaist work and nro suro wo cnn pleaso you. May we have a
SALEM HLAUNDRY COMPANY
Tel. 25 136-166 S. Liberty Ut.
Jbittle German Shoe Store
t 1 1 r
Get footwear that Is right for this season, apd save shqe blUd.
I have a now Hue of modlum heavy working ohoes for fall trade.
BoyB' and Men'rt Leather gloveB for harvest work .
MY PRICES. ARF THE 10WEST
JACOB VOGT, MS State Street
Oregon's Matcbfess Beach Resort
TUB TLACR TO GO FOR FKRFEOT REST AND RVBRY OON-
CEIVARLE FOR3I OF HKALTIIFUL AND DKLIGHTFUL IlHC-
ITS FACIIilTIBS AltK OOMPLRTK - Best food asd as ahtsK
daace of It. Fresh '.water frera springs. All madora scltli,
such a telegraph, telephoae, atarketa freshly provided every
day. Fuel In abundance. Cottages partly furalshed or unfurn
ished to bo had cheaply, Strict municipal sanitary regulations,
NEWPORT Is reached by way of the Southern Paclfie to Albany
or Corvallls, thence Cor val Is & Eastern R, R. Train service dally
and tho trip u pleasure throughout.
RATE FROM SALEM
SEASON SIX MONTH) TICKET CJU0.
SATURDAY TO MONDAY TfCKKT ..
Our elaborate new Suamer Book give a eoaelse deserlptioa
of;.Nwjrt, IsludlBg a list of hotels, their eaplslty aad
rates. Call oa telephese or write local ageats.
i GMMral jPM"rAgt, Pertlaad, Offa.
irMrBTaaC f Ka, I
SMI BVaa ml "aW aw am aaV I
I fix 1 in rv
ARE YOU DOING WHAT YOU CAN TO POPULATE YOUR
OREGON NEBD8 PEOPLE Settlers, honest farmers, raechaalos,
morchanta, olerkB, people with brains, strong hands and a willing
heart capital or no capital.
Southern Pacific Go.
Lines In Oregon
is sondlng tons of Oregon lltorattiro to the East for distribution
through ovory avallablo ngoncy. Will you not help tho good work
of building Orogon by sending us tho names and atldrosset of your
friend who aro llkoly to bo Intorostod In this stato? We will be
glad to oenr tho oxponBO of Bonding thom comploto Information
about ORKOON and Its opportunities.
COIX)NISTS TICKETS will bo on salo during SEPTEMBER AND
OCTOBER from tho East to all points in Oregon. The faros from
n fow principal cities nro
From Donvor $30.09 From Loulavlllo .'..J4170
" Omnha 30.00 " Cincinnati 42.20
" KnnBna City .... 30.00 " Clovoiand 44-75
" St. Louis 3G.60 " Now York 55.00
" Chicago 38.00
TIOKICTS CAN RE PREPAID.
If you want-to bring n friend or rolatlvo to Oregon doposlt tho
proper amount with any of our ngonts. Tho ticket will then bo
furnished by tolegraph.
Local ngonr, Salem,
WM, McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent, Portland Oregon.
BDWARD A. BEAL8
ii"f O IswttoB Dircttwr, Ftla4, Ofoa
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