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eor. Better wear
your own hair; notthe kind you
buy! But you are losing yours?
men De quicKi fasten tightly
on your own head what is left,
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two nico houses, on5 for rdnt. Her
son, W. It. Squires, carrlostho moll on
routo two. Mrs. Skinner is a member
of tho Salem W. 0. T. tl"., nnd a very
progressive, public-spirited lady, who
has dono much to iraprovo West Salem.
Polk County's Contribution
the Beauty of the State
This beautiful suburb of tho Capital
City Hen right oppostto tho city on tho
west bank of tho Willamette, and is
growing ench year in importance
Thoro is now much tnlk of railroad ox
tonsion in Orogon, and if a steam rail
road or trolloy lino ovor enters tho
Capital City from tho west this will bo
tho terminus, and will becomo a big
city. Tho old original townslto was
owned by tho Gibsons, who camo horo
in tho early flftlos, and thoro aro still
many of thorn left. Tho original Gib
sons woro four brotbors. Gcorgo 0.
Gibson hns loft a successor in Douglas
Gibson, who lives on tho old place
Thoro stands tho houso built CO years
ngo, a flno mansion in its day, with a
big fireplace with chlmnoy up through
tho gablo roof. Tho first Gibson houso
was built down on tho bottom, and was
onco wnshod awny by a flood. David
.Gibson was tho fathor of Albort and
Brocso Gibson, well known in this city,
1st, and has a position in tho machino
shops nnd auto repair shop of John
Chas. Huge, who Is a soo-ln.law of
August Illlko, of this city, has a flno
homo and farm of 100 ncros right In
West Salem, that ho paid $00 an aero
for. Ho has put in 200 rods of wiro
fence, nnd If tho railroad goo9 through
his lnnd will bo vnluablo na a gold
D. K. Brannan has a bonutiful plnco
of 33 acres, and camo from Minnesota
thrco years ngo to enjoy lifo in Ore
gon Jesso Lucas camo from Colorado four
years ago, and rents tho Glb9om place.
Ho has a 30-ncro placo on tho Sllvcrton
road, two miles beyond tho fair
grounds, which ho will occupy in a
short time, and oxpocts to mako his
n. W. Wilkoming is tho truck
gardener, tilling 20 acres of tho Gib-
Sickening Shivering Fits
of nguo and malaria, can bo roliovcd
and cured' with Electrio Bitters. This
is a puro, tonio modiclno; of ospecial
bonoQt in malaria, for it oxorts a truo
curatlvo influence on tho disoaso, driy
ing it ontiroly out of tho system. It is
much to bo proforrod to quinlno, hav
ing nono of this drug's bad aftor-of-focts
E. S. Munday, of Henrietta,
Ter., writes: "My brothor was very
low with malarial fovor and jaundice,
till he took Electrlo Bitters, which
savod his life. At J. C. Perry's drug
storo; prico GOo guaranteed.
who, with thrco brothers, two sisters I son bottom land, nnd making threo
and tho mother, who resides in Port
land, aro survivors of tho old stock.
Douglns was in tho pump business for
nearly 20 years nnd hns fitted out moro
wolls than any other ono man in Oro
W. G. Stanton is an old ploneor of
Orogon, having como in 1852, but, bo
ing a cripplo since his oighth year, ho
has never attended a ploneor reunion.
Ho hns resided hero ono year, nnd likos
it very much, having traded his prop
erty in North Salem for his homo here.
Ho says there Is a groat noed of a ro
votment of the west bank of tho rlvor,
if Sulcm harbor is not to bo damaged.
A. P. Smith is a pioneer of 1853,
land has been soiling meat and fish for
fflvo years, running his wagon through
', Marlon and Polk counties. JIo seems
: to be a man of happy disposition, and
who would mnko a roasonnblo effort to
mnko others happy.
Sim Whlto has been in Orogon about
25 years, and a rcsldont of west Sa
lom for about 12 yoars. Ho is next
to tho oldest inhabitant, and glvon a
pleco of steel ho can mnko anything1 in
tho shapo of a pioco of cutlory from a
Solomon's scimotar to a penknife.
W. S. Fitts hns lived horo about
Ithroo years and camo from sunny At-
Ikansoa. Ho has built up a flno Abu,
poultry and gamo markot on Court
Btrcot. and. whllo his Domocrncy is of
itho Southern bedrock variety, ho in
sists that all tho fish ho sells shall bo
fresh and an up-to-dato article, no
is grading and improving his homo on
tho main stroot of tho city.
Tho report that West Salem .is to
iiavo a high school is vory oncouraging.
Hio school houso is tho contor of social
Interest, although at present there is
no school, nor Sunday school, nor ro-
liglous services. But tho Salem
bhurchca aro not far away for thoso
vho wish to attond.
Ralph Whlto has a neat homo in
vhlch he hns livod about a year, no
follows his father's trade of inacbin-
The officers and clerks of this
institution are pledged to impart
information concerning the
dealings of its customers who have
a right to expect that their bank
ing business will bo treated as
CONFIDENTIAL. This wo do,
and we also aim to protect their
Interests in every legitimate man
Possibly you have need of such
En institution. If so, it becomes
ur pleasurable duty to invito you
como to this bank.
ialem State Bank
L. K. PAGE, President
i. W. HAZARD, Cashie
trips a week to tho city with his pro
ducts. Ho hns boon in Orogon 25
years, nnd is ono of tho best garden
ers in tho state, and has a flno family
of boys nnd girls growing who nro nblo
to help him somo. ,
Ono of tho fathers of tho city is Eu
win Elliott, who camo horo nlno yonrs
ago from Dakota, whoro ho was a
constituent of Governor Flotchor.
James Wilson, wlfo and daughter
wont to Colorado a fow months slnco
for n visit, nnd loft a son nnd daugh
ter in chnrg'o of their plnco.
8. W. Walker camo to West Salem
two years ngo from Hopubllc county,
Kansas, and bought out Govornor
Fletcher. Ho wants to sell out now
and movo to Jefferson, whoro his dnugh.
tor Mrs. Eva Rncoy, has a millinery
business. Ho has a very nico placo,
and will soil choap,
M. A. Bcntloy is ono of tho plon
oors of West Salem, having como hero
14 yoars ago. Ho has a nico houso
and orchard and 12 lots. Ills daugh
ters, Carrio and Fern, aro doing a big
businoss in educational publications,
bolng nt Soattlo at prosont, Mrs.
Bentloy was nt tho wnshtub when tho
roporter called, but scorned to bo just
ns happy as sho is whon presiding in
John Bodford has tho Murphy place,
and was working a forco of mon in tho
hop yard, spraying tho vluos. no hns
tho farm in; flno condition.
N. S. Smith camo horo two years ago
from Minnesota. Ho has a nico home,
an aero of land, nnd follows teaming.
Goo. Nicols camo here seven yoars
ago from Loxlngton, Nebraska, and is
a first-class hand in tho bop yards. He
has a very nico homo.
Tom Gilliam and family camo from
Michigan throo yoars ago. Mrs. Gil
ham's mother, a vory intelligent lady,
makes her homo with thorn, and Mrs.
Gilliam has a number of flno pet cats.
Mr. Gllham works on tho Holmes placo.
Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Tanton have a
nice little home. They nro both work
ing poople, and want an engagement
with a threshing crow. Mrs. Tanton
is an excellent cook, and would bo will
ing to tnko that important part with
a threshing crow.
Geo. W. Gosser, of tho firm of Gosser
& Williams, general blacksmiths, cor
ner of Commercial and Chemeketa
streets, camo from Pennsylvania 11
years ago, nnd uas mauo mm a una
homo and business.
A. Glovor has been a resident of
West Salem for two years, no is a
fine horse shoer of tbe'flrm of Glover &
Pattou. He has somo of tho finest bred
roadstor stock in this part of Oregon,
and a very pretty home.
Chas. A. Baker came from Iowa a
year ago, lie formerly uvea ai rra-
tum, and teams for a living.
John Thome and J. I. Miller camo
from Eau Claire, Wis., a year ago, and
both liko Oregon.
Mrs. B. A. Skinner has been 20 years
in Oregon, and had tho lands on which
much of the town is situated. She has
Northern Chautauqua Assembly.
Marinottc, Wis., July 13. Tho tonth
nnnunl session of tho Northorn Chau
tauqua Assembly openod auspiciously
today and will ccntlnuo until tho end
of tho month. Tho attondnnco 1b
largo and tho programmo tho best
over proparcd for tho assembly moot
ing. Tho prominent oponkors to bo
hoard includo Governor La Follotto,
Ollvor W. Stownrt' and tho Bov. Dr.
Newell Dwlght Hlllis.
A Grim Tragedy
is daily enacted, in thousands of homos
as donth olaims, in enck one, another
victim of consumption or pneumonia.
But when coughs and coulds are prop
orly treated, tho tragedy is averted. F.
Q. Huntloy, of Oaklandon, Ind., writes:
"My wlfo had the consumption, sad
three doctors gars her up. Fintlly sho
took Dr. King's Now Discovery for
consumption, ooughs and colds, which
cured hor, and today sho is woll and
strong." It kills the gorms of all dis
eases. One doso reliovcs. Guaranteed
nt 50 and $1.00 by J. O. Perry, drug
gist. Trial bottle frco.
Llvo Stock Exchange to Moot.
Buffalo, N. Y., July 13. Arrange
ments hnvo boon completed for tho
annual meeting of tho National Livo
Stock Exchange horo ono week from
today. Tho meeting promises to bo
tho most important over hold by tho
organization. Tho subjects scheduled
for consideration includo tho follow fellow follew
ing: Tho expedioncy of requiring nil
stockholders of corporations to hold
momborshlps; tho advisability of do
ing away with tho traveling solicitor,
tho equalization of commission charg
es among all exchanges; tho estab
lishment of a commercial credit sys
tem, and tho ndvlsabllity of giving tho
intoTstnto commorco 'commission in
Six horso ppwor upright wood saw
outfit. Good as now.
lw Salem B. F. D. No. 4.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Democratic Editors of Indiana,
Fronch Lick Springs, Ind., July 13.
The mon who work with pon and brain
tho year round to kcop tho Domocratio
party in flghtlpg shapo in tho Hooslcr
stnto aro gathering in forco for tho
annual midsummer mooting of tho
Indiana Democratic Editorial Asso
ciation. Thomas Taggart, chairman
of tho national committco and proprie
tor of tho Fronch Lick Hotol, is tho
host of tho association and ,ho lms
proparcd many surprises in tho way
of cntcrtnlnmont. Tho convention
will remain In scsion thrco days.
Whon you buy Salem flour you aro
assurod of uniformity tho en mo this
week, noxt weok or noxt month ns that
you purchased a weok, month or year
ago unless, possibly, it's changod only
to bottor its quality, for wo'ro always
on tho alort to improvo our product.
Anywny tho Salem brand is always in
tho load of good flours.
SALEM FLOUBING MILLS.
Btantfc Ttn Kind Yon Hits Always BotgjH
Edison Phonograph Agency.
Gasolino Lnmps, Mantols, Gasoline,
Typowritors, Now, Socond-nnnd. Itont,
214 Com'l St. Phono Main 401.
"Yes" or "No" doos not
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PANCAKES, MUFFINS AND PLUM
Packago for 7 loaves 20c
10-pound sack ...05c
ASK YOUB GEOOEE FOB IT,
ALLEN'S B. B. B. FLOUB 00.
Pacific Coast Factory, San Jose.
During tho Lewis and Clark
exposition tho O. 0. T. Co. will
mako tho following rate: Salem
to Portland, ono way, 76 cents;
round trip, $1.00. Tlckots good
for ten days. Boats Ioaving dally
at 7 a. m., except Sundny.
M. P. BALDWIN, Afft.
Dock Foot of Trade Streot
i i imi sswimf imin'w
nil the quosdous of this world. Thoro
nro gonornlly somo "lfs" nnd "nnds"
to bo considered. If you dopond upon
us to sell you the right qunlity of gro
ceries, and will visit our storo and boo
whnt wo havo to soil, you'll succeed in
getting satisfaction and your uonoy's
Baker, Lawrence & Baker
Successors to Ilarrltt Jb Lawronco.
Excursion ix to YaqatoJ
Bay ana Newport
Tho famous sonsido resort for tl,
wnmmotto vniioy. Tickets at reduce
rates will bo sold un,il Scptcmbor 3'
1005, by tho
Southern "Pacific Company
Do not neglect this opportunity t
tnko in tho fresh sen breozes nnd sur
Season Rate From Salem
Thoso tlckots nro limited to October I
Saturday Excursion Rate
Thoso tlckots aro sold only on Satur
days, and llmltod for return tho fol
For tickots and full information
A. COMEGYS, Agont, Salem.
U. J. LEHMAN
Sash and doors. All kinds of houso
finishing. 'Phono 131 black. Also two
floors of worohouso for wnt; olovator
and switching facilities.
HI'llllllllMI fr-H MM t-M.
I BEST MEALS
IPS FRENCH FEMALE!
jLSiM, ClfJTil ItlUI ff6tfW'SIlUlT01TtOJI,
KtVtS mum Tl Mil. ' H.r! rt,i tuiu
(MtUu (Jiiriutil w .Montr 1UtuuUh1, fwni tn
ri!f?t4( upka K. Ifjvur dJtitlUdtj ut
ftT utM j jMriniriuiM
fur 11.00 I. Ui. M-iilMnllhmatrlt),lbrtlrr
Sold in Balom by 8. O. Btone,
f White House
I mate Btrcot rropriotora. t
.- i, n .i min n , , ,,t j.
ONE OF THOSE
You oan beat the game if you aro
real good and hungry, so many
good things r serrod.
205 Commercial Btreet
The Club Stables
First-class Lirery and Cab Line,
Funeral turnouts a specialty. Tally-lit
for picnics and excursion jMjrtles. Fhons
Main 241. Corner Liberty and Forry,
Cns. W. Yannke Prop.
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Salem Box Factory
O. F. MASON; Prop.
I am in South Salem, where yon will
And me for all kinds of fruit trays,
orchard boxes and hop baaieta.
New Lange Hotel J
Corner Sixth and Washington
! streets, Portland, Or., (next to
Imporisi), Strictly fireproof and
modern. Bates lowest for flrsb
olats sorrlco. Steam beat and
elerator, elegant cafe and bar
in eonneetlon. On direct line to
fair grounds. F. Lange, proprie
tor; Bam Bauman, manager, for
merly of Omaha, Neb.
The Center of Attraction
Every man Is vro looks neat and ir
reproachable in beautifully launderod
linen. Bvory ono admires tho man
whose linen is always faultless in its
finish and color, and who has it laun
dered at tho Salem Stoam Laundry.
Wo make your linen look like gentlo
men's linen white, clear, spotless and
witfa a finish that is perfection itself.
Salem Steam Laundry
COLONKL J. OLMSTED, Prop.
DQBQUB D, OLMSTKD, Manager.
Miller stmt, Salem. Phoa. Bd2Ul. 36 UUx 8treet Ph0M 4U
STYLE COMFOBT WEAR
Threo llttlo words of big signifi
cance whon combinod in n pair of shoos
ns thoy nro in ovory pair wo soli; bo
cause thoy stand for bonuty and gmco
of nppoarnuco, for tho luxury nnd sat
Isfaetion of possessing shoos thnt aro
absolutely without discomfort orirrita
Mon of any kind, and for economy's
sake, which fow can afford to disro
gard. JACOB VOGT
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5 n nftVsSjBrSiB
fIH Mil V Vrflll
TID3 PIOK OF THE FOBEST
Hns boon taken to supply tho stock oft
lumber in our yards Our stock is
comploto with nil kinds of lumbor
Just rocoivod a car load of No 1 shin-! !
glos, also a car of flno shakos. Wo nro
nblo to fill any and nil kinds of bills i
Como and let us show you our stock, i !
inril and onlco near Southern Pa
cino passongor depot Phono Main T
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GOOD APrETIZINa MEAL.
Can always bo mndo on onr tender
and jucy steaks, chops, roasts, fllots.
Thoso who lovo cholco moats of excol-
ent flavor and succulence should try a
teak, roast or chop from our prime
Stlbocf, lamb, mutton or Voal. Our moats
1 1 tfivA nirrt.tln. ...111. It. 1. . .
f.. .uiuutva nu iuuoo wuo wisn urst-
class and nourishing foods at roasonnblo
E. C. CROSS
BUto Street Market.
A. L. FRASER
Successors to Burroughs ft Fraser.
Coralee Work, Heating and Building Work of all kinds; estimates
made and work guaranteed.
807 State Street, Salem. Phone 1611,
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