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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, friday, octonca 20. iW
FEED STORES. -
: Crass Seodsr
A complete stock of crass and clover
witK At the 1 inv est possible prices for.
Urst ciass secus. ,uive as a call "tie
fore buying. : , ; : . ;
ESIHSUR t WHJTf, The reed Mi
No. 91 Court St Salem. vnne 1781
D BALERS IN! GRAIN.
WHEAT BOUGHT .
or exhanged for flour and feed' at
branch office of Aurora Roller Milli.
warehouse oc Trade street, near High.
Salem, Oregon. J. ' ; .
W. S. .UUIIST & CO.
Aurora. Oregon.- Wholesale dealers
hi WllCJIt. Oafs. Dims. Pot.itno
- r - - ' . . i "
Onions, and Onfen .. &ts, :,c4c. ' tfalcui
,?tiu-.v.at t)!liv Aurora Holler Mills,
on Trade afreet, iiear Illgh. )
6. 4 A. ROBERTS
New and Second-Hand Wheel
ios STATE STREET SALtn. OR
TINNING AND (PLUMBING.
T. S. BURROUGHS
TINNINd AND PLUMB1NQ .
Gas and Steam f.ttintr. 3 Manu!act
urer of Hop and Fruit ' Pipe
ioj State St.. Tel.; 151. Salem, Or.
J. r1. WUUN, iH. U.
f BOTANICAL DOCTOR ; '
Cure "Con -sumptkm.: Cancer, Tumors,
Gravfe' and Klney Troubles. Asthma,
Skin and Ikne Diseases, wirlioirt knife,
plasters, posisons or: pai-. Also Blind
. ' I Salem, Oregon!
FAVORITE STABLES -
44 S.ai- SU Salein Telephone 701
Livery, Feed and Boar tog
. Horses -boarded' by day, week "or
nioutli at --reasonable price. Tlie ac
commodation are ood nnd tlie-rigs
are first- class In every respect. A
siecialty' made of rips for 'commercial
Men. RADABAUtJH & FRANCIS.
X. R. PAGE W, A. STEPHENS
PAGE a STEPHENS
Horses well led,' good accommoda
tions. Fine Rigi-. Good; Rigs- for
commercial wen a Specia!ty. 'Horse
boarded by day. week or: OTonMi. 1
" Roa m livery, Feed cna Booming sate
164 Commercial St, ' TeL Salem
-You are"' 'most cordially invited t6
eailj at the j ; ' j ' ' '
Elmo Restaurant i
.241 Commercial street. .Salem. Oregon.
and try our 20..: j MEALS.-' -No U-ttcr
tnt lw li ill in el ty. J
tl t ! 1I!IITVI.'I ! Ii..u.nl..t..i- :
The Wonder Restaurant
: MEALS '20 CENTS' f
OlM-n day iind nlplit. When n the
city n-e jsolleit your pntronape.
( l'OKVAi:i, Sc HYIUi, IYnps. .
1 2' 1,1 t'uuinjercijil ..Street, Saleni.
IRT HELLEHBRRKD'S MIDRUT
- 215 Coinniereial Street,' aleiu. '
Cloid Square Meal for aoc.
Thirty-two yearn In lttiMiuestt la this
elfy ami liare -fed, more, poojde: than
tlwre afe in .theson; all were, well
pleased. Meal at, all hour. ' J i
.1. W. IIKLI.KXBUANn.
Kill FENCE VQST, coated with
Wilt ftut.wmrOdtr It la alao a Radical
Rtxmiy Airairiat .Chicken Uc.
Ita application t the liwd watia or poul
try Imus- will perrrtamfUly ex- -..
i terming to alt LICK.'
, nouJt: Healthy ChlfkuslteB'y g.
Write Tor circular anl'iTlces aud tneu-
1 , - tton thin paper.
It. M. WAUK & CO., Aceofa.
i aVALKM. OUEQOX.
SAI FM RflNWOR S
Your Work Solicited. - , :
. n -4 --. X
iiLUilliL L. ,oLl, oUP I
WOVEN WIRE FENCING
-At, frreatly mliKHl prices. Iultrft
Ncttlns, l'icketa and Shluslca
SALEM FENCE 'WORKS
WALTER f MOHLKY, Irop.
, 50!State Street, SaleHi;
I. XI SI I ANTl LLLS. OIUKCT.
Poluilitldn OiMHwes IVlii? Sold to the
' ' United State.
Ht.'Thoma. I W- L.OCt. 21. ln-
teiis4 adverse feltn 1 has "1eeii ex-t-lfiNl
hei, liy the- renewal of th re
lort that 1 H-utiiark intend to sell
the iMnlslt Ant dies to the l!nit d
States." A meeting of. tlie ttdonlal
tutK.il h;t In-en nmvokeil at St.
;roix. fur the pnroe of , tuakln? a
formal protect j Tin neW)jwjK'M dis
cus the nutlon, dii larius lu" IkjM
tyie: ; ; - -j : : .
. "We do not "wish to lo svdd. . . i '
There is 110 dilre, iiioeli'l.!M an en
hiniasm. anions lh iHiptdatibU to be
loug to the Unit etl States.',
OUT Of THE' MotTlM OF ItAltES.!
-1 think Kipa 1 dre.idrii!, oblril
Jlttle tl.ie-ycar-4td Marjrie. w !k l.adi
. t- . - , T
jesr fw-vn ehAstlxetl ly. .her.: father.! niertn Voad talk, o
"' he tiwonly man you could gvultalk. -jpammaf'-Chicaffo
Xvnv....; ..:'.: 1 ?As illustrating J
1-hflstlr.eil ly. tier, ralher.l
, I r 1 - - ,M.,-,..,-- , : - ! T r-1 : - . . -
- for infants and Children. : -
The Kind You Ilave Always Bouglit has borne the signa
ture of Clias. II, Fletcher, and has been made under his ("
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one .
to deceive yoa In this, i Counterfeits, Imitations, and
- Just-as-good are but Experiments, and endanger tho 7
health of Children Experience against Experiment. A ;
The Kind You Have Always f Bought
In Use For
twi errrau cowwif, tt
Our slock oi Grass Seed for fall sowing
is complete, and wo invite all seed users
to call and examine same before purchas
ing, as we feel sure that tho quality, as
well as the prices, can't be beat
SA VAGE & REID, Seedmen
322 and ' 324 Commercial Street, North o' P. O.
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'J-' SALEM, OREGON .
; Tho Leading Farm Paper of the Pacific North- '
f west. ; 20 page illustrated weekly, $l-perear.
- AVe want good agents and solicitors, and to such
will pay a liberal commission. Write for terms.
Advertisers should patronize the Homesteads ...
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Office in Statesman Building, s ' ' SALEM, OR.
THE WORD "CfctMIWV
An Old S'ttler Clves II i 0inion of
the Origin of tl Term aud
:f . Its Meaning.
Anent the dheiisJou of the mea n
luff of the wonl 'Clieuiawa," the site
of , the -Indian. Traiuinpr . School,' s.
y terd.iys ' ' Portland f Orcgoni.m.
Thoiua X, Stronjr, , who, was. asked
for bl opiuloii yesUrday sahlr t
I am hrnorant of Low L'heiii.iw.-i
icaa uauiCMl. hut nhvaj- had -the "jm
prexxkin that it was a niisjsiKdlius of
W two words L'he Wawa. The Chi
Hook jarpou was .ioken .different In'
diffen-nt trihet, and very ofti-n for
elsn Vort! would creep lut lt fro:n
rlK Kufflisdi and IimIi.iu laniriui
wtrre It- was used. 'Tlie comiHou ex
pression for ?ool tftfe, would lrj.Vlostr
wawa,' tr -' the words u he wawa
often ued in somewhat tb?
rnw. lnt' nteanlns j perhaps
" Vv ! . . . .... .
rlic nana weul.l in some mtw
where I hare heanl the jarjron nt
niertn 'tron iaiK. ur uuna.n; .ut.-
jhJ use ; of local
Over 30 Years.
f t. wrw towk trr.
year........ ...... Jioo
per year.... ....ijoq
per year..... .
...... .......... .$t.
per year .$u
WORLD, per year. .. ..... 7.V. v..$i.oo
per year..... ..... ....$1.00
a free pattern to each subscriber) ..$1:00
per year ..i,...4i.W
-- V - $1.30
wurd in: the Chinook Jargon. Taeoma
was often used by tin Indians near
luget Sotiwl a uie.inlns white moun
tain. From flw summit of the Cas
cade mountain A Pnget Sound Indian
om-e pointed out Mount Maker to me
& 'Okook Taemna! tth White .Moun
tain, and an th4 wsh rery likely
dom mH-asionalljr with Mount Uainlor,
the ideti grew up In some quarters
that Tacmna was Hk Indian name of
that mountain. Neither north .or
south of I'nget Snnd hare I ever
heard the word Taooma tisHj for any
piirjMt'. I do not know' wh?re any
ne wouht get informatifm nion thw
suhjpet of th? name of th .Indian
,-Iiool iiijleH h went bark 4a the de
partment that nauHHl it, ; .
UNDEIITOOK TOO MUCIL
reorRe," ald Mt.' FerjrUion. for
1m wven pak. iralgh1-n up: You're
woive humi-shoulliTed than ever."
"I-itura," retorled Mr. Ferftu.vn. -le
satlKfleil with baring married roe, to
reform me. AMien you try to re!iajK
jw. yon are undertaking too much."
Ajax tlw great. '. t .
, Illmeelf a'hoU ' -
i - Homer: "Iliad,".
FATALITIES AT '
-'; A RUNAWAY
Ao Aged Udy Killed in Seattle
by a Delivery Itin.
TVS0 OTHERS SERIOUSLY INJURED
Ons If ere Expected to Die as a Result
Of tbe Carelessness of a Drlveif
Nome's Death Bate.
SEATTLE. :Walu, Oet. 21. As the
result of a runaway accident this eve
ning;' here, one woman was 'killed.
another fatally injured, aud a third
badly cut about, tbe bead and body.
The runaway occurred at 6 o'clock, at
a time when the treet were crowded.
Tbe team was bitched to & delivery
wagon, standing in front of a grocery
$ low on Second Avenue, . while the
dtlver went inside, to deliver ome
goods.-The boraes ook fright and
dashed down Second Avenue.
Mrs. jC Jacobson, aged 70, was
struck by the horses and knocked
down aud rou over by the wagon,
two wheel passing over her bead. She
died almost instantly. , . -
Mrs. Arnutead was knocked down,
and a hurse stepped on ber chest, lu
ll let lug serious Injuries. She is not
expected to live. ;-.- .-, ,
Mrs. -VI bert A. Jatbbsou was sev
erely cut about tbe bead and body.
, DEATH IX NOME,
battle. Wash.. Oct 21. The . city
undertaker of Nome -has compiled" a
list of the deaths in the camp for the
year ending September 1st. Eighty-
six names are recorded, r The list
shows Nome to have been a remark
ably healthy camp, considering the
unsanitary conditions. lneumouia
tla lined twenty-four victims; . tjldioid
fever fifteen; murder, six: drowning,
live; suicido, four.'
TUB ST11IKE SITUATION.
Fresideut 'Mitchell Likely to Order
tbe Men to Work.
Hazclfon Pa. ',OM. 24. President
Mitclietl . tonight annonncetl that he
would tomorrow jrobnbIy Issue, a
statement, denning the iositioii of the
United Mine worker in the present
situation of the strike. He also said
that his statement would in alt likeli
hood - indicate, whether the strike
would be Immedia'tely declared .off,
or whether, it would be continued.
This announcement was, made as a re
sult of tolays "eonference between the
National and District officers of the
United Mlneworkers. The impression
around lieadquarters tonight is, that
the jftatement will contain praetical
1 a declaration that the contest is
Reiwrt of Judge-Ad voca to General
to Secretary of War.
Washington, Oet 24. Oeuerol Lfler,
judge-advoeateof the army, in his an
nual reiort to the secretary of war.
sajs tltere were MJW trials by general
eourt-martial during the: past fiscal
year, of which . nutnlerthlrty-fire
"wete , commissSoned oflltrs. The
death sentences intiosel by : the sen
tences of court martinis were: Six
eases of enlisted men. Tweffty-six
eomtfilsalonetl oflicers. and tJ2U offen-
listeil meuwere convicted. All death
sentences of soldiers were commuted
to 'various terms' of imprisonment.
Five natives of the riillipplues were
A L41el Suit Against a Paper in Paris,
Taris. 0t. 24. Colonel Piquarfs
suit for, libel against Le Journal, aris
ing from 4 he -Dreyfu iwktnles, was
decided in bis favor toilay. Tlie court
wudetuned tlve manager of the paper.
M.' oufh. to pay ,a fine of 2000
f rant's, and M. Possien and tlalll, the
JUST COME AND SEE
c. LORD LVRGAN 2d"
T Score 94 3'4t By Gore
Ser7ce Fee $3. " .
iMw. Bash, the noted Judge, says be
will soon score more than IK points.
Does and litters cheap. Doea bml
mil unbred. Plenty of youngsters
ready to sell In pairs, or singly.
Hive the boys and girls a chance to
make easy money by raising them. -
Will Exhibit Itares mt the State Pair.
Marion Square Rabbitry
F. A. "WELCH, Prop. '
391 Commercial St., Salem, Or
0 I SELL...
' Hans '
I ;- at
4 I $50
! ' Each......
writers of s the articles, were sentenc
ed to six oiontha imprisonment and a
U'onths j iuririsonment . restettively.
and all three' were sentenced to pay
30,000 franes damages. .; . ? ' -
TP UONOK KOOSEVELT.
' - - ' " ' - , - -; '
New York, Oet. 24. One - of 4 he
most novel features ever attempted
in this city ia being arranged for Fri
day night, at Madison Square Garden,
for tbe demonstration la ooveraor
ItooevelCs 11000 A score or more
Of bands will unite in playing ,The
Star Spangled Banner", and the time
will be lieaten for all the bands In
sight of Madison Square by. a seareh-
liht on the tower of Madison Square
Oarden-.This gianf baton of llglrt wtll
be manipulated . oy an experienced
musical director' and the volume of
music la expected to be something ex
traordinary. , .
DROWNED AT TONGUE POINT.
Astoriai Oct. 21. Harry Stendof, a
young man employed as deck Iwy on
the- teamer Bailey Gatsert. fell from
the "-boat and ; was drowned uear
Tongue roint, Tbe body has not
been reeoverel. and probably will not
lie for some- time to eomej The Gat
ert was - on ber way to Portland
when tlie accident occurred. Stendof
was sent to rearrange a fiytder which
was out of position. In some manner
the fender broke loose from Its fas
tening and Stendof was precipitated
Into -the water." Tils cries for assist
anee were heard by other employ)
on the lower deck, but' the steamer
was under full headway .and it was
some time liefore - he could le
stopped.-;- Diligent search was made
for the unfortunate man. but neither
he nor the fender ' could oe found.
Doubtless he sank at once,' There was
nothing among the effects of the uiau
to tell where he came from. ,
WILL IIAISE THE MAINE.
Battleship to Ik Taken out of the
Harbor of Havana..
Washington, ;Oet. 24. The lattle
ship Maine 4s to 00 removed from Ha
vana harbor, as it .is Consldetxxl un
obstruction to toiivigatiod. Today
Ceneral Wol saw tlie Secretary of
the Navy, and after laying the mat
ter before him in detail secured tlie
Secretary's consent for the removal
of the wreck. - " 4
SCARCITY OF MONEY,
London. Oct. '24. A "dispatch .'to the
Daily Mail, from Stockholm, Sweleti.
says: The extraordinary ta-arelty . of
money wldch has-been growlug more
acute for a .month, is so seriously af
fecting commercial circles, as to
threaten crisis. -
NEW YORK'S DEf AILTER.
NOTE TELLER ALVOItD OF THE
ITItST NATIONAL BANK
Is Still at Large He Is ltelieved to
Hare Escaped wHb Large
Sums of Money.
NEW YO KK,' Oct. 24. Up to a late
hour tonight Cornelius L. AlvonU the
defaulting teller of the First National
Bank, 'has not been arrested, and it
was said no news had leen received.
Mrs. Alv9id deft her home In Mount
Vernon, aud came to this city this,
morning. : It Is s; id she does not in
tend to return to Mount Vernon.
It was learned today that when the
Alvords went to Saratoga last sum
mer -they took with them all their
horses arid carriages. It took two
ears to transport the outfit. Tho
horses were blooded animals and the
vehicles were all of the handsomest
description. One set of harness a Ion:
is said to have cos-t $1500. and every
thing about the stable equipment was
on the same scale.
Vice-President nine, of the First
National Bank, In answer to a num
ber of questions put o him In regard
to Alvord and the general . situation,
said that the bank had cleared tfl the
tt-liiilfl lnltOT nf thi i1rf.nl'.-i Hon In
Its own satlsfactten. This was Inter-1
preted to mean that Just hoft' nnd
when Alvord had taken the moneys
had een tllseovered by . the oftielals.
Mr. Hi ne said he did not care to talk
alont tlie matter. -
IreideUt Ilaker, who nrrlvetl . nt
the bank from Tnxelo -arly today,
would not say anything to Inquirers
exctpt to refer them to tbe vice-president.
A SUPEKIOIt BEFAULTEU.
New York, OcJ. 24. In Wall StreetJ
the opinion prevails that Note Tellcrj
Alvonl was a superior defaulter tliatl
la. to say, he was cleverer tlian the
average of his. kind.- He probably,
realized that the majority or his ri
vals of the past got away with very
little' money. Banking .men were dis
posed to believe today, that probably
Alvord .managed to make bis eseaiK
with several hundred thousand dol
lars. .!?'.. .... .-. ,
A KENTUCKY FEUD.
London, Ky., Oet. 24. Another fend
haji brokn out in Clay county, le
tween the Philiimts and tlie David
sons. On Monday David Davidson,
fatlier of Felix Davidson, the deputy
who was killed by A.- Ihiliot a few
weks ago, was killed, and several
others wounded in. a light. Oti tlif
other side David Philijsit was killed
and two others were badly wounded.
Union. Oct. 2L Tlie large frnit
drkr of the Allen Eva iterator Com
pany, Iwated at Jve. few miles
from Union, was totally consumed by
fire last night; 'The loss Is about
tl.Wio. partially covered by msuranee.
The plant employed 15 icople, and
turned out about ilve . tons of dried
fruit dally.; Tlie season's run wa
nearly -completed, '.v.-.; f
nsn coMMissioKtrs Rtctms.
tl'rom Dally Statesman. Oct. 25.)
Fish Couimixioner F, C iUNl'yes
tenlay filed bis n port of collection
of fees, fines etc for the mouth of
Scirtenilrer. paying tlw amount so l-lectI,-$liyi-T,
"to the State Treasur-"
er, 9 follows:
District 1.".. ...... ... .9 7 0
District ... ... f.. 547 K
IHstriet 3. ....... .... 'JM i0
District 4... .... .. ...... mi 50
District 5... ... .... 213 0
Ii9lrlct (.;.. ... ... . ... (Kl 00
nnnntntt? fl Kill I n"l V
I uUl LlIU 111 WHLLUim
SCKKABT Of TBK ASSESSMENT BOM.
V BECEITCn TESTEBDAt.
Th Total Tasbl ' Property Shows
- lacrc Om lt Tfr -of
. (From Dally Statesman, Oct. 25.)
The cUtk of Wallowa county yes
tertlay filed the summary of he ass
essment roll of his county in the office
of Secretary of State F. I. Dunbar.
The total taxable property of-Wal-.
Iowa, this year "is l,12I.t;0S. an Iu-V
crease of U,035 over the valuatlau
of the assessment roll for- the - year
lSn, whet the taxable property ag
gregated ;$l,0a).Ga3.M Following ara
the statistics as shown by the sum
mary: ''.; ' ' .''. '
42.t;7T acres of tillable latMls.S ia17rt
134,S54 acre of non-tillable. 2t7-U5
I nip. on deetlel or ........ 1 17.7U5
Tora and City lots. : . .... l.l,4(JO
Imp. town and city lots.... ;o.K0i
Imp, lands not deeded. ; HMSKi.
Steambonts, Eugiues.;.. .;. 2UVJI
Fa mlug luiide. carriages etc, ol.UHl
Money..... ... ... ... ... 18.720
otes and awounts. ."J. Il2.st
Sliari's of st oik.... 5o.S2."
Ilotndiold .furniture, - etc. ., 22.4'J5
S;525 horses and mules., .. 77.S5
I.T,.H2)cattle.:.. . ...... . 170.1S5
04"2t sluxp.. J. ........ .. 110.212
SStf swiuo. ...... . - 1K.345
Grtss value of property. ,fl ,.12 1.073
Exemptions.. ... .... .... 105,375
Total taxable proief ry...Sl,121,O0S
Dr.rtorlGOLDFf I RELIFFI
, 1 n 1 r
cukxs ax saw LNbiia oa our
in it Tttirr jr mihuteft,
Vim am mi-mr j iaaU Fmloai
Good Dairy Farms
Easy way to make money with small
capital, aud live near ocean beach or
on the Little Nesiucca. river and bay,
where lislilug and hunting is first
class. Three good fariiis to sell.
Two are JS0 acre tracts; one 122 acres.
Good farm dwellings and : Improve
ments on each; about one-half In cul
tivation and meadow, rest In grass,
and timber, enough for .domestic pur
poses; land rich aud ' productive, Lllv
tous of hay grows iter acre. Cows on
one farm have best test at the Mack
intosh Cheese Factory. . Public road
and school close to erenmcry. . Forty
liend of cattle, household f uniltiiie,
Including goml piano, four stoves,
farming implements, with good farm
wagou, 80 tons of hay to go with
either one ortwo of these, fa rim.
Terms to be vey reasonable, prices
from to $4xj&c Tlie Insr price to
Include two farms oP4 and 122 acres,
respectively. Mllcli-ows on farms
graded up with niUfed Jersey blood.
Personal propertyyworth ju ice of 1est
farm, to go wluff land. No flies on
this offer. Adtlress H. ' B. 'Hend
ricks.'. Bay City, Oregon, If you mean
business. . i.-.'.-
WILKES' SNILLIOX, "JEROME" ;
- NO. ,29631 . "
Will Mand for Mares the coming sea
son at CorH'cr' of Ferry and Lllwrty
streets. For Pedigree and particulars,
call on' ' l ---.'.:
Dr. W. Long j
Venterinary Surgeon. ; Salem, Or, ,
Hewitt Pays the freight
; On all orders :of $20 -and upwards,
within a radius of iJ0; miles of Port
land. Itailroad . and Logging Camps
a Specialty. ; .-. . '" ' r
No. 183 Third Street, Portland Or.
C. 1). JKSSU1' & CO.
Mop Brokers "
: 210 Commercial St., Salem. ' ?
All grades of hop handled. ' j ,
Money to Loan
On Improved farm and city Property
at lowest current rates.
TV K. J FORD, j
Over Zadd A BuaVs bank.
DRESS CUTTING SCHOOL f
Has oiteneil. t Room 7, ",ray Blm-k.
A perfect system of dress cutting 1
taugM, and satisfaction guaranteed.;
; V 10:l-dw-lm.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS, f.
The board. of equalization for Mr
loi county will -meet .at. the office of
the county assessor on the seud
Monday of November, Isjjug Mrtidy,
Nmemls-r 12. A. D. RKvat 1) o'clock,
a. m ond will remain in sesshm ir.tch
suor'imivei day for oih viwli.
. All iwirtl iiHen-stxl are twikhUiI I
to apiK-ar . and . examine . their aswss
luents, as no correct Ions can Is; .made
after. tlK? adjourntmtit of lh iid
lsnr. . J.l W. HOB ART,
A-ssor of Marion county. Oregon.,
jSalcm, On-gon. holier 18, lit.,''
d vr, t d.
SEE THE GREAT INDIAN MEDI
um, born with donbl veils; tells
past-present and ruture; warn
against, nilsforttme; sure gull r to
social and busiiwss life; confidential;
IkiU all disi'ases by the nw of In
dian herbs. Mrs. Prof. Wheatley
Howe, 132Vi Third t, (wmt Alder, .
Utalrs, spIendKl aceomnnslatlon
for IwKirdlng jmtieirts. Portland, ; .
Or. Offices 5. , 7. Ssclal attention
given chronic diseases of loth sexes.
I. . 10:ll-dw tf.