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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN. FRIDAY, APRIL. 6, 1906.
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Published every Tuesday and Friday
" by the j 1
STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO.
266 Commercial St, Salem, Or. j
R. J. HENDRICKS, Manager, j
One year, in advance... pa
Six months, in advance."... r 50
SUBSCRIBKR3 DESIRINO, TUB At
diets of their paper changed most tat
the name of their former postofflce. m
well aa of the office toi which they;wlh
the paper changed. ! i
COUNTY TICKET. I
RipMESTATnrr-s-J. M. Poorroan, of Wood
bora; Henry Keene, Sr., of Suyton; (YlD
Hartiaa, of Scotu Mills; Tr. J. X. Bm It b, of
tstlta; Lot. I Pearco. of Salem.
ConrrcMiE John H. Scott, of Sltnu
gnuicr Cbaa. A. Mnrphy, of Salens. ,
Eecokoe J. H. BoUod. of Jefferton.
TftrarcKU A. L. Downing, of BublUnKr,
AmBMOK-Charles Leaabcke.of Batteville.
81-KVEYOR B. B. Herrick, Jr., of -Salem. '' ,
BCTMISTESDE-VT or School E. T. Moore,
giirertOB. v . ' . j ' ,
Coxvbmiokck I. C. Keedbam, of Sidney.
Coaosia Dr. E. ". Lane, of Salem. !
fULCM DiamiCT Jostiee of the Peace, John
W. Keyaolda ; Constable. D. C MInto. j '
The building activily is going to help
Salem; the big "State Fair will be ja
factor of helpfulness. 'But a big fruit
crop will make things fairly hum.-' j
The Pendleton East Oregonian print
ed the speech in full of Vrri. J. Bryan.
It made about 15.000 works. The E. O.
is selling extra copies at 5 cents, jsent
to any address.
Rural free delivery- on the" star mail
routes of the -country is going to be-a
great thing for che daily newspapers.
It will extern! tlnir circulation- in I the
They are still working on: the plans
for our posjofRce building, at the of
fice of the, Supervi dng lArchilect of the
Treasury Department in Washington.
And Now1 was working out hi plans
for the ark for about IJO years.
A Boston paper says Tom Watson's
history of France mut be taken tieri
ously. being "shrewdly critical and
keenly observant." Mr. Watson is jno
bump on a log- m literature, whatever
he may have been on Rryan's bifurcat
ed ticket.'- ; ; ! :.
Isn'titiust a little inconsistent for one
of ourc free trade exchanges to talk
about the In-antics trf free trade, in one
ct Jtmutv -and advise all farmer to KcVp
a few1 sheep, in a-not'her column? The
' very thing that ha! tfone' the roost j to
make sheep. husbandry profiabfe is the
tariff on wool the substitution ol the
Dingley law for the Wir-on- law. j
The fruit growers think the April
showers 'a re not cold or steady enough
to prevent the iruit blossoms from fer
tilizing. There is no indication ;as
yet that the excellent fruit prospects
are o prove a disappointment, though
two week of sunshine now,, would' be
welcome as k would put the blooms
In-yond all hazard. Tlie average time
of the kfet killing frost will be pas-ed
in a few days -orr rhe nth; in fact; the
indications- are that there will be; tk
more killing frosts the present season.
In New Jersey since 1893 the good
roads law hits resulted in the construc
ts m of 440 iniles of road, in thirteen
comvtiest. at ja cost to tire state of less
vhan $750,000. This year 2 r2 mile of
new road will be built at an estimated
cost of $68o.6j6. of which the Mite
contributes iso.ooa iWill Oregon ev
er come npt to the vew Jersey stand
ard? As -flte Statesman ha said j and
repeated tett fhouiand times, the only
way to buikl good roads is to build
tlein. and riay for rhem. It rake mon
ey, ami a hpt of it. But they will never
build" thenl'selves-; nor wil,lthey come
about hapltarard. .
H. G. McKmley is under arrest : at
'Albany, being" charged with defrauding
the government by hiring men to take
tip timber' claim, having contracted
with thent o purchase their claims.
MeKinleyj claims' fh: .scheme merely
thw- Northern Pacrfic "tryiitg to down
him.' There is no question but j the
sort of work with which ftlcKinleyj is
Charged lia been going on in Oregon
fvr years It 3.as been carried on ! in
TillaTnooi county; in Ckrtop. Colunl
h'.x and ajlt h: balance of the timbered
counties! ; We know nothing of the tnjth
or falsity? of McKinley's t claim !tliat
his arrest is at ihe instigation of tfhe
Nor.berrj Pacific. :But we tlo know; that
the governmeirt authorities bave been
'very good to the 'Northern Pacific,j and
so has ilie United States Congress.
That corporation has been granted
millions j of dollars worth of timber
,b.nd tn Oregon, iit exdiange for almost
-aluele?i monttim tracts in the 'Moitnt
Rainier park reserve. (A park reserve
is a scheme for a- railroad corporation
to f eal all the way from one to twenty
millions; ofs dollars worth, of good iim
or !a sclieme to gratify the theory;
of some; tool at VLtashington who! is
afravd fhe sheep will eat all the trees.)
The government authorities bave bevn
cry good to the Northern Pacific; and
if this arrest is a part of rite scheme,
bell is 'rot' "half Kt enough for; the
fjieral officials whoire into it.
THE PUERTO RICAN MEASURE.
The Senate has passed the House
Puerto Rican . measure, with amend
ments, providing a form of civil gov
ernment and making- other- important
provisions that were not contained in
the bill as it left the lower branch r
The amended bill takes off 85 t per
cent. ofthe tariff duties now in force
between the United States and Puerto
Rico, and provides that ihe remaining
15 per .cent, hall be taken off when
ever the Puerto Rican legislature shall
have enacted laws providing a dher
ent revenue system for ihe support of
the insular government.1 ' The bill fur
ther provides rhat, in any event, there
shall be absolute free trade between
Puerto Rico and the United States fom
and after -March i. 1902. and that there
shall ie" continued free entry into. Puer
to Rico, of the products of this coun
try now admitted without charge under
the military administration.:
The question of free traic between
this insular possession and the. United
Stats is thus made to rest with I the
people of Puerto Rico thecnselei,
through rhe legislature they are author
ized and empowered to cra:e.
It seems to us that the measure as it
now. stands is an eminently jtm and
practical one, and we trust it will r.ot
for ma"ny days want the sanction of
the House, "which body .nust again
pass upon it (owing to the amend
ments), and of the President.
There will be ample opport jni'y. then.
for the testing of the constitutional
questions that have been raised, and
for a clear definition of :he power of
Congress to fix the status and prescribe
the limits of authority to be granted
to the law making bodies of ihe pos
sessions which we acquired as the fruit
of our war with Spain. .Wo think the
measure' was entitled- to the vote of ev
ery Republican in the Senate, as indeed
it "had nearly all of them, aid that it
should have the full support of the
party in the House in its amended
form. Nothing but factious opposi
tion ami specious reasons can &e justly,
urged against it. In fact, a large part
of the anti-almiaistration opposition
has been no more than contemptible,
especially in the cases of ncmiiers of
the Republican party.
QUITE A DIFFERENCE.
We should like to suggest to Presi
dent Corson, of the N. E. A., that he
assign this subject to some cipa.)le ed
ucator tor treatment and pricuru pre
sentation at the Charleston meeting:
"What lean the public school do to
elevate our standard of civilization?"
This item wilf do for' a text: Before the
Americans came to Manila there were
three saloons; a year after . tleii arriva'
there were 400. Ieaclicrs institute. -
The only objection to ihe text sug
gested above is that it is r.ot true, or at
least it is 'not tlie whole truth. When
the Americans went to. Mamla, liquor
was sold freely at every --drug- store,
grocery, res!aurant and fruit '.stand in
the city. This means that liquors were
sold at 2,000 or,3.ooo places. The gov
ernment in trying to -estrict it has re
duced the. number ot places to 400 sa
loons and some of our 0'ie ate fall
ing into spasms over iti Everybody
sokl -liquor who wanted to before we
Avent to' Manila. Now it is sold only
by a few in 'comparison wi'h those for
merly engaged in the work. Oregon
There is another fact in this connec
tion that is quite interesting and in
structive. It has been '-har.jd repeat
edly that the sale f beer has increased
enormously in the Philippines cince
American occupation, the total ai.mtal
importation from this conniry being
given. An. 'Iowa newspaper took ; the
trouble to look up the oiticial f-gures,
ami it was fount! that -importation of
beer into the Philippines from the
United States has h.en actually de
creased since the time the United
States flag was raided ihere. The de
crease has. in act, been ;iitt n.arkcd.
We bave misplaced the fig-trc?. but
they make it plain, thit the conducts
have been improyed there by, the in
crease in the number of saloons In tne
city of Manila from thrc to 400, and
the shutting off of ;he sale it liquor, in
the 2,000 to 3.000 iotiier t la:es that
were not under official license er con
trol. , , j .' 1 '
It is said there are 15,000 to 18,000
bales of hops yet in the hands of the
growers or of the Association in Ore
gon. The officers of the Association,
however, claim fh at none of the other
'hop growing districts ;n thitt cotmtry
have any hops to speik of in the hands
of growers. They say oo, tna: i the
hop market will be open nntil Septem
ber, so that all the old hops may Be
put of the way before the picking of
the coming season's cr:p is Cimnivnced.
Nothing worth saying can yet be said
concerning the prices for the next crop.
There arc a gooif may tlfings tiiat n:ay
happen before baling time 1a October,
six months hence. i
Another set of Nicaragua canal com-l
missioners 'have returned to New i,York,
having completed tlteir investigaltions.
It is the W'aer commission, and it
will be ready to report next December.
We have not kept close enough track
to enable rts to sayrwhether this is the
last commission appointed, the next
to rhe last; or one of the others.
While Bryan is away trom hon?c, the
Republicans of his state are stealing
marches on him the mniicipal elec
tions showing startling Rf publicas
gains. Eincoln, the city of his resi
dence, has given the largest Republi
can majority for years. ).-:
The legislative ticket deserves the
support oi every Republican. It is
strong individually and collectively.
CHINESE SECRET SOCI ETI ES.
These secret' societies are of - all
kinds. 'Manv are trade unions as sim-
ple-as those which prevail in. this cout-
try. others are ot a pouucai uui
acter. and seek the overthrow of the
government. Others, again, are mere
ly aggregations ol thieves andmurder
ers combined for mutual protection.
In their origin these societies were
laudable. and" Europe has not been
without bodies of the same character.
It was the impossibility of getting jus
tice a tthe hands f the officials that
led to the formation of secret vigilance
cornmittees all over the empire.' These
became very powerfut in lime, ana
then Their ; degeneration inevitable in
any country, but how much more so
in China j-r-sct in. . 'Wherever the Cm4
nrse jro they take their secret societies
with them. And it may. be taken as
a rule that everv Chinaman belongs to
one of them The most annocent and
well-meaning may ! be a member of-
one 0 the most criminal, die cannot
heo himself. ; It is a case of join or
be murdered. -For the wider the mem
bership the mere wealthy the chief of
ficers and the greater the security of
Sometimes these societies get up
fights, when at the signal -the beading
of a gong in a special manner iea'ce-:
tul citizens will be seen to rush from
their shops, armed with murderous
looking tridents, swords, spears often
encugh made out of bamboo, with the
tip sharpened arid hardened in the fire
and enher instruments of offense that
ene might never have suspected they
possessed. Often they make a, great
row. cut each other about, prevent any
business from being done. - and finally
disperse on the approach of the police,
without a single death occurring, for
all thejr theatrieal ferocity. Again,
the fight may las.t for days and be char
acterized by a large number of fatali
ties, the victims being as a rule fear
fully gashed aboift.' Wherever Euro
pean government has come in-to contact
with them these societies have been
nearly stamped out. They made a
great struggle for it in Singapore, but
thev have practically -been suppressed
and any ithat arise now generally meet
with an early dissolution. At the same
time the more innocent are allowed to
exist on condition that they are regis
tered, so that an oversight can be kept
on' them by the authorities. Good
Some foreign recipes for the ways
in whioh this soup stock may be used
may prove welcome to the housekeep
er, says the New York Sun. For one
recipe iiit out the fi-h. pass it through
a fine sieve, and reserve on a plate;
strain the liquor in which it was cook
ed through another sieve into a clean
saucepan; add to it the sieved fish,
and stir gently- until very hot: knead
half an ounce of butter with the same
quantity of flour, and mix to a smooth
paste with a little cold water. Use
this to smooth- the purse, make very
'hot. add pepper and salt to taste, strain
through a heated gravy strainer into
a soup tureen and serve with tiny
squares of : lwt buttered toast. When
expense is ! not an object, cream' and
tilc yolk of. an egg. beaten together.
wiH be found a great improvement to
Jhe above soup.
For another soup take the liquor in
which -has" been boiled a fairly large
piece of any kind: of white fish; add
to io three large onions peeled and
sliced, a bouquet garni, a tiny bit. o'
mace, 20 icppercorns. and the liquor
from 'half a dozen cooking oysters.
Simmer slowly until the onions are
quite soft and pulpy, but do not allow
t'he -stock to reduce. Then remove the
mace, iberb and peppercorns, and
add to the broth four ounces of previ
ously cookeal pear barley; 'boil for 10
nrintes; . pass through a sieve. re
turn to a clean sauceian. add-, bit by
bit, an ounce of fresfa butter and six
cooking oysters cut into tiny- pieces-,
simmer till the oysters are quite cook
ed, add salt and pepper to taste, and
serve immediately. ' Crisam and tbt;
well beaten yolk of an egg are an. en !
ornwus improvement to this puree;
A very simple and cheap soup may
le rr.ade by removing the fish frot.i
the stock and then- allowing the broth
and the vegetables to simmer for ani
other hak' hour. Then strain di rough
a sieve and return to a clean saucepan!:
add to it. bit by bit. an ounce and a
liaM of butter, four ounces of parboiled
rice, a tiny grate of nutmeg, pepper
and salt to taste, and two pennyworth
of picked shrimps. Simmer slowly- un
til the rice is thoroughly cooked;
then add a squeeze of lemon juice and
ekher a few drops of tabasco or else
a little cayenne. -Make very hot and
An interesting tale is told of the ori
gin of the famous guipure lace. A cer
tain jVenetian sailor lad returned from
a voyage in eastern waters, and brought
to his betrot-hed. a worker in needle
point, a bunch of the delicate and beau
tiful coraline, which he told her was
the lace made by mermaids living in
ihe coral caves of the Indian seas.
"Pretty as it is." said the girl, "I will
make something far prettier with my
needle, and my bridal veil shall be of
mermaid's date." The sailor lad went
off on another long Voyage, and dur
ing the month of his absence the girl
Worked day after day with her needle,
forming white dots and tiny stars, and
uniting them wiih delicate "brides." till
at last an exquisite scarf of guipure was
produced, which was so beautiful that.
ten slie wore it as a bridal veil, ail
Venice spoke of it in glowing terms of
admiration.; and many noble and royal
women became patronesses of the
Have you had a Free sample of our
own make of Baking Powder?
" DIAMOND BRA IS D "
Remember, we guarantee "every can
that we put out to be absolutely pure.
It is ' 30 cents a pound can. you will
save so cents on every pound can; and
that is worth saving.
Penny saved, is penny made.. Money
is refunded if you have no success with
it.-- - J . - i' -
Patronize home industry.
Fresh roasted coffee every day.
i .LIFE OR HOP-P.OLES. - I
All hop-growers realize thetime, la
bor and money expenoett in trequen
renewing of rxdies- The. wish is Ire
querrtly exprebieidahait some' preplra
tion co"fIo w otsevverca; to ?ave mis
triple expetsditujre.' Such, a diicovrry
has loeerr. nKHie li varooiineum .mn
' This is an - oly 'compound for the
pres-rvs;tkrijof ivood. it can . be,' easily-
applied to green or dry wood and w.v
oreserve either, wiihou dterioratfcn
for an indefinite ieriod. Discovered id
Germany over 25 years a 120. it is stc
cessffuily fised ioday all over. the wcld
tor raaroai -l siet-pcrs,! paven eius
bridges, ship timbers ami -hundreds!" of
oitlrer purpiiseS-AhsoiirtelyielTectualj in
preserving material under such severe
usage as idiis. its protective value for
hop-poles, exposed simply to air anvl
soil, can be ; readily perceived. -.A single
treatment-will insure them i agiinst --de
cay. dry rot and verii;in (the latter in
jurious to vine and pole alike) for ten
year? aias render "sharpening untvcen
ry -for at ' viif five.' This! can lie fafely
guarantetd tiowi s'tccessfuj; results ol
tamed in 4rt a'- rig teieai aph poles. itt
vary'rrg dimste, subjectey to a? most
iuntica exposure.; In these cases Car
bouineum Avenalrhts 'has! a ways stoov
the test. y - - - ' j 1 '
When sncf tacts as these are pre
sented "to the hpp grower, argnmems
in. favor. 01 ftisrng the preventive woiiie!
seem little1 needjed. Adiiiioirally, the
cost of the 'article is light and it tan
be cheaply applied by any person'. This
1 . ,' '.l .1. . - - . . , Ml
is eion.wiin. rne. omsui' or.ioeter still
by dipping the'ipo'es in to' : the iitiuid.
Purchasers should notice eireitillv tiiat
the full name 'Cjaifcolineum Aven.irius
appears on rhe package, as spurious
imhations are offered by unscrupulous
persons under the name- Carbolincuni
and other similar titles, calculated to
dozziye the anwairy. These are asvw .-.-th-
less as the gemime article is valuable
For further information apply to R. M
Wade & Co.. Salem, Or.
Lovej lieth deep; Love dwells not in lip-
depths. j . 4
--Tennyson "The Lover's Tale."
My fife is like a stroll upon the beach
i i Thoreau.
A1- dispatcfc frtom Chicago says that
Mrs. Emmons jBlaine has her house
hold servants working under eight
hour rules. The dispatch J does not
sitate -whether ix is the morning or
evening meal which lArrs. Blaine her
self prepares. - .
aurejuoj vt -Juiod uieui am st sDmu
-aq jno jas oj IjSutuuna asn u st jj
W'i3 men and gods are on the strong
est siqe.-bir Charles isedley.
Tbouaandfl of eardeo.
depena on Ferrv ' MamIji
evrr rekr And never Buffer
disappointment. Chean autmtl.
lute britlff bwut. tint rmvlncr wvrwa
Tt Mvi In wv A MttU nn.
- r-m ft-
verrwhrp. and nhvava u:tfi t u
Always tbe Belt. I900SeeU Acnual free.
a. m. rtsKt ec cv., litmoii, Kica.
Choice WHITE SEED OATS,
raised on the WALLlVCE farm. Ap
ply to the Wallace orchard, or Salem
Water Co., Salcfm, Or. . 2t'. -.
In the Circuit! Court of the State '.of
Oregon for Marion County. Depart
ment No., i. s .
A. S. Coiie, plaintiff, vs. B. F. Cone.
defendant; i . r
To B .F. Cone, the a16ve named de
fendant . !
In the'name of the State of Oregon.
you are hereby jrequired to appear anil
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entntled court and caue
withirr six week from the 'date of the
first publication! of this summons, to
wit: the sixth day oi. Aprd. 1900. and
if you fail so to 'appear and answer said
complaint, or dtberw-ise 'plead, plaiiv-
tiff will take judgment against you for
the sum ot $793 with . interest theTon
at the rate of 10' per ce per annam
from the nineteenth day of December,'
lqt. less the sum ot $.kx paid on ac
count thereby on July 244 1894; for the
sum of $75 special attorneys tee in said
action, and for his costs and disbursc-
Tncms lihcnrred herein.. , .
Notice! ts hereby further given you.
that this summdns is served upon you
by publication1 thereof in the Oreg"n
Matesman, a weekly newspaper Oi ge-i-
eral cireulatiori j in 'Marfqr Connty.
Mate ot uregon; printed and puowshed
a: the city of Salem in said coumy anl
state, by order of the Honorable Gto.
H. Bumejit,' judge of tbe above en
titled eofurt made joni hbe thirty-first
tay ot .March. 1000. and the date of the
first ptibli cation of t'his summons in
this newspaper April 6, 1000. i
It. J. BIGGER.
1 - Attorney for Plaintiff.
4:6-71 w. . v'
NOTICE Is hereby given that at 10
o'clock a. m.. Ion Saturday, the four
teenth i day of April, iooo,tlTere will
be a meeting of Fruit Growers held
at The city hall; in Satem. Oregon. fr
the purpose -of. organizing a subor
dinate association in order to pro
mote the Work of the Cured Fruit
Associatnin. of jthe Pacific; Northwest.
: Wni. Gailoway. of Oregon City, pres
' klenf. and J. ,11. Fletcher, f Van
couver, . Was!Mhgton, vice- president,'
and tther eminent fruit ffrower& of
the .Pac.Tic Notniwest will addressj
thi matting. ' t I ! urge every fruitl
grower in reach of Salem that ex
pects to "..have-. jdried fruit to sell this
; fall t to be present as the workings ot
- the association will be -explained in
; every detail. Charlie Long, director
.' of MaTion county for the C F. . of
the Pacific ; Northwest. " 3tw-dtf.i
for infants and Children. i
Castoria is a Iiamilcss isubstitutcs for Castor OH, Par
porio, Irops and Soothing Sjrups. It is Pleasant, it
contains neither Opium, Itlorpliino nor other NarcotJo
substance. It destroysAVorms antl allays Feverish ness.
It cures Iiarrhtva nMilAVIrttl Oolie. It relieves Teetli
insr Troubles and cures Constipation. It regtilateM thn
Stomaeli aim lioweis, Rivinsr jieaiuiy mm natural hicein.
The Children's Panacea The 31others Friend. ; j
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For
TMf erirrauM tenwir, tt
NO RESPECT POR THE AGED
4'That fresh young doctor is goini to
onng Jimmersoii arouad all ritjht.
said t'lie malicious drug clerk, to the.oid
physician. "Tliat's the case, you know.
where you declared he couldn t hive
twenty-four hours." i
"That impudent youngster, saidthe
aged practitioner bitterly, "is disgrac
ing the iimjf sacrel ethics of the pro
fession. Cleveland Plain- Dealer
When I remember all
The friends so link'd together
Pve seenaround rue fall.
Like leaves in wintry weather,
I feel like one who treads alone
Some banquet hall deserted,
Wllbse lights are lied, whose garlahds
"Ar.d all but he departed.
Moore. "OR in the Stilly Night.f
In the Circuit Court of the Statej of
Oregon for the County of MarSon,
Department No. p:
Salem Building and Loan Associa
tion, Plaintiff, v. H. C. Dowmlng.
Theodosia A. Downing, his wife, nd
Geo. V. Watt. Defendants.
To II. C. Downing: 1
In the name of the State of Oregon
you are required to appear and ansiver
the complaint filed against you. in She
above entitled suit, on or before the
last day of the time prescribed in Jthe
order for publication of sum nidus.
made herein, to-wit: the twentieth day
of April: 1900, and if you fail so Ho
answer, for want thereof, the plainjtiff
will take Judgment against II. I C.
Downing and 1 heodosia; A. iJowniiig.
his wife, for the sum of $r,575 gfeld
coin of the United Slates of Amertca.
with interest on said claim in fcke
crold coin at the rate of 8 per cent.
per annum from the date of said judg
ment until paid, together with the sjnm
of $56.41 taxes paid by plain! iff. hh
interest thereon at the rate oPsix fecr
cent, per annum on $42.36 from the
hrst day ot Mav. ipoq, ana on $i05
from the fourth day of December,
i8qq. and for the further sum of sioo
attorney's fees and the cosis and dis
bursements of this suit. anl for a de
cree of this Honorable Court, that
plaintiff's mortgage be declared a' first'
len upon the following described
piemises. to-wit: i
Lot four (4) in JdocR one (r) m
Watt's addition to the city of Sal4i.
Oregon, as shown and designated ion
the iplat of said addition now of record
n the office of the recorder of convey
ances for Marion ; county, Oregon..'
And that plaintiff's mortsrasre lien
be foreclosed and that the above He-
scribed premises be sold bv the sher
iff of Marion county. Oregon, as by
law provided and that the money atis-
ng from said sale be applied to the
satisfaction ; of plaintiffs judement. 'at
torney's' fee and costs, and for stich
other and further relief as in equity
may be iust: and durther that you jbc
foreclosed of all right, estate or inter
est. in or to said above described pre
mises .and ot all ncht to redeem the
same, except as bv law provided. S
This summons is served noon vou4:bv
order of the Hon. R. P Boise. judre
of the abore entitled court, for de
partment vNo. 7, said order bearing
date the seventh day of March, iono.
directing the same (published in the
Weekly Oregon Statesman. for six
consecutive weeks, and the date of the
first publication of this summons le-
ng on the oth day of March, ioho.
and the date of the last publication
thereof will be, and the same will ex
pire on the twentieth day of April.
1000. , .. ,-. j ...
F. A. TURNER, t
3-9-1 Attorney for Plaintiff
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice is herebv Rivera that I have
this first day of March, 1000, been ap
pointed by the county court of Marion
county. Oregon, administrator of the
estate of Thomas L White, deceased.
late of said county. AH i persons hav
ing claims against said estate are here
by notified to present the same tome
at AVhiteaker, in said county, duly cer-
ttiiea to as by law provided, within six
months from the date of this notifee.
This the eleventh day of March, tooa
J. T. HUNT,;
Administrator ef said Estate;
.w yt.;' - "r . , " ' 1 ' :
FINAL NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX
To all whom it may concern: No
ice is hereby (riven that the undcr-
si:ned executrix of the estate of G.
C Aplin. deceased, has this day filed
in the county court for Marion county,
Oregon." her final account in said estate,,
and that the court has fixed and ap
pointed ' Saturday, April 30. 1900, , at
oo clock a. m.. of said day, at the
county -court room in said eounty as
the time and place for hearing any ob
jections to such final account: and for
the settlement thereof. ;
MARY APLIN. j
Executrlx of ihe estate of G. C. Ap-
lit), deceased.' 3:30-5t-w.. "
Over 3D Years.
mukiiit Tf it. hwmm mr.
Dealer in all kinds of I
Woven Wire Fencing
Send for circulars. j
EEf OUR PRICES CH HOP WIRE
NO. 59 STATE STREET.
GOOD TIMS FOR SALE
From 6 to 25 per acic
These , lands are in Marion county,
D.tgon, and are offered on easy terms
of payment.', They were taken under
forctclosiire by tion-residents. hence
?.rc offered' for less than similar, farms"
field by resident owners. For fulj par
ticulars and description call on or
address Macmaster & Rirrell,! 311
Worcester block, Portland, Oregon, or'
S A LESI. OREGON.
BIDS-FOR WOOD WILL BE RE
ceived by the nndersignedj committee
at the office of H. A. Johninn. J. il'.,
for vvfiOd, as follows to Wit: Up to
noon, of April 9, 1900, a deposit - of
50c per cord for oak and 25c per cVrd 4
for fir, wiH be ' required f thef sii'c
cessful bidder as a guarantee, of., nil-,"
fillmcnt of contract, .which deposit--must
le made within 5 days oi ac
ceptance of bid. The 'woojl to lie de
livered at the-following nakied plaix-s:.
East school fir, 125 corjds; jl'ark,,
school tir, 60 cords; North. -sehk'Hil
Oak 10 cords, fir 60 cordis; Lincoln
schoolOak, 5 cords; firj (i citrds;
Central school Oak. 5 edrds; fir 10 "
Cords. The oak. to lie of good split
body, or grub wood. The fir. to le of
what is know as large body Tod,
not second growth. The right to re
ject any or all bids is reserved. Vm.
M. Gherrington. 11. A. jhns. n. II.
C- Fletcher, Supply- , Cotitniittee,".
School Dist. No. .24, Marion coiinty,
Oregon. d.'t v ,jv.
Kilt KKNCE rOST, coated wlth
Will out wear Cedar It Is rIso -a Radical
Itemedy Against Chicken Uoe.-
t.i a)licatioii to'the iurtu walla of poul- -try
Ik.ii- will TiiiaiH-iitly -; :
terminate nil LICK. I . '
nniiUH"; llealihy Chickens Plenty egg.
Write for circular anl iricen and lueii-
tion this p:ipir.
II. M. WAD-B CU, Apent.
SAL EM IRONWORKS
Your .Work Solicited.
GEORGE E. SLY, Sup't
Tlvosc wishing to sell crcarh- t(). the
Creamery, now being built in S-iIem
by T. S. Townsend, Avill. please call on
or write Secretary H. d3. Thielse. of
the Chamber of Commerce, and, if ar
rangements cannot be made to cdlect
by teams; we Will have it shiiped by .
boat or rail. T. S. Townsend.
llt-wtf. . " - --. ''!'
EVERETT M. KURD
f n n xf n 1
Rooms 6 and 7; opposite Po-.--toflicf,
'--'--). upstairs.' .
SALEM, - OREGON j
NOTICE: The French Golden
Washing Comiound, the btsit washing
preparation in "-ibe world, is leing i"-
troduced throughout Marion county
by G. Sommers, of Silverton, Oregon.
Samp'ts gladly furnished on applica
tion, ' , -. .'' -; - -' -; "' ' 4:3 Witt.
CONTRACTS TO LET. The Allen
Evapjoratinjf and Cannery Co. i
ready to contract for peas and tonia
toes jfor the coming season. 1 l ot
particulars call at their office atr the
cannery. 2:9-ti w
WANTED.-TO BUY A FEW DTlT
(Owi iJm torn veiu-llnara' and 2-year-
cld, j for which - the hlfthest maritf
price will be paid. Tbomas-wv
Co- Salem. i-u-ii-
FOR S.VLE Two thousand pounds.
of hop wire, and 100 sacks, good a -new
Inquire of 'Harvey Taylor,
iMacleary, Oregon. : 3:30- w (1)
Atr.f ru;iirVi A.ri TV sunc: to
this bibv for an bour, and she hasn t
stoppetd crying yet. .Mr. Grill Prob
ably she has been waiting for you to
stop. sTft-Bits. . .-
ances ; that keeps a good many people.