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STOLEN BY? TBAMPS
TU Mace appellant; time f file peti
tion for rehearieg; further, extended
ten daya on application of ' appellant.
A. Jf. King, et al,. appellants, va.
The City of Portland, et aL respond
enta: ordered that mandate f the
Supreme Court, of the United Statea
be entered in the Journal. . 1 ' ' - '1 ' "
FAIR GROUNDS STORE ENTERED
A CLACKAMAS COUNTY
AND LOOTED BY BURGLARS.
DARY SUIT ARGUED.
1 n" 1 1 . , a 1 a
r -J ) ro
Thy Tok Razors and Knivn and a
. Little Small Chang Th , Post
the Place Waa Not Dia-
.. (From Wednesday! Statesman.)'
The Fair Grounds store,, of which
Charles fip.'tibart la the proprietor, waa
. entered it an early hour yesterday
morning by lome unknown party or
partiea, and several "articles of cutlery
taken, to the value of about 115 and
some small change out of the .money
drawer to the amount of 73 cents.-
The burglars entered the store br
breaking the glass out of the front dour
presumably with the feet, as there were
Imprints of a muddy shoe upon the
woodwork, and crawling through ,the
aperture thus made. They took several
razotM, pocket' knives, etc., and brokfc
the money drawer open and took there
from several pieces of amall change to
the amount above stated. The post
oflire, which Is located in the rear of
the autre, was unmoIcHtci, in jar as in
dicallons point, at least " nothing ; wu
misled, and everything waa apparent
Mr. ftpitsbart upon entering the store
at 7 o'clock this morning took- In the
Htuatlon at a glance and Immediately
telephoned the details to the city au
t.horltls and tire' nonstable, and Chief
of .Police I) XV. Gibson and Constable
J. H. Lewi both went out" to the tore
an wKinai possible, but no trape what
ever waa found " of the miscreants.
5 either was there any positive clue a
to the identity of the party or parties,
but- ai4 the motormen on the little car
saw two hobos lurking around the vi
cinity of the etorc at at late hour last
nlxht suspicion point very strongly In
their -direction especially since7 the ar
ticles appropriated were of the '.charac
ter that a ho bo woilVdeslre, something
which' could" be tsaded off and5: not
caHy identified. It is also quite evi
dent that the rubbers were obliged to
make their escape on -foot, if they are
. not : jatilt ln town, as the early north
lund overland does ' not stop at the
.sKe.tr Grounds, although they had am
? pie time to walk to i. town and catch
thru train. The authorities are' still
niiiklng a diligent search for them and
it Is' possible that they may -et' be ap
One United States land certificate,
conveying to the heirs of Wesley Down
lZIs acn s.of larttl in section 22. of town
ship 10 south, range 6 -at, was filed for
record 'in: the recorder's department
. yesterday, ns were also se'eri leda,
.the consideration of which aggregated
iXi; two mortgage) of real estate for
s.ttw, ar.u siuv rei"iiveiy, ana one-
satlHrac'tJon of-mortgage for I40U. The
Frank C.La Sells and wlf to Vl-
t-r L. Toose. ZXU, uri of land
in. in KU Cooley and. wlf
u. I. c.,, i i( r I w., w, d..-.',,vw-.l2450
Thoma Kd wards afed wife to Ar-
- thitr .Kd ward's, 103 acres of land
in t S s. r 3 w.. w. 4, .r..... lUHt
J. L. W'lgle to Grin! Kin, a amall
tract of land la t 10 , r 6 e", w. d 3-r.O
1 A. Corr'l and. wlf to Frank
I'fi-kett, the smth half, of lot No.
- 3 in block t of Mill City. w. d.. ... U
F. V. Durbirt. sheriff, to ll. U, EU
...wort hey. the east half of block
No. is of Fair. Mount Park addi
tion to f.iUin. t, d...... ... 12
The. Oregon' Lamp. Co., to Mary l. '
- HampikJn. lots No.' !k and 10. and
uie wcm half Of lot, 8 in Sunny
si dc Fruit Farm No, 6, w. d...
4. Jt.'VV'oidcn and wife to the Pres
byterian church In the United
States or America. small tract
of land' in st-cilon 9, t i 1, r 1 w
w. a l 1
How the Birds Do It Pity Tla Navas
M;ny birds, particularly thoaethat
are prey for sportsmen, iksoss the
faculty of skillfully dressing wounds.
Notru; will pvwi tint ttemt-M lultltuV thi.l.
own fenthors to frm -the fropor land
1h;c.. a French' paturall st write's that
.on a number of o cations he hna killed
wrHUK-ks that wers, when hot. con
valescing from .wounds previously re-
-lv-d. )' : 1 ' j"' :'
In every Instance lie found the, old
InJ.iry nently dressed with down
pl(i-kd from the sftem featbera and
skillfully arranged over tbe wound,
evidently ry the long beak o the' bird.
ijn sone Instances a solid plaster whs
thus. formccl, and Jn: others bandages
had been applied to wounds or broken
limbs. " f L
: tHif day he killed, a bird that evi
dently had been severely wounded at
some: recent . period, i The wotind was
covered and protected by a sortj of net
work of feathers, which hal- been
l)u ked by the bird from Ms own body
and. so arranged -as forth a plaster,
cotiiDlf.tolv . cover'lns and" Drotec-tina
the wounded surface. The feathers
were fairly-net ted" together, .passing al
ternately under and ubove? each other
and forming 4 textile- fabric t great
and proteotlve powerj .
CASES SET IN THE .
OREGON SUPREME COURT
Clerk J. J. Murphy Yesterday Ar
ranged the Calendar for the Next
Two Waeka' Work of the Justicts.
. .- -"'- -r - .. . -'s i - -' ''I
Judge J. J. M arphy, clerk of the Su-
pi erne Court,; yesterday: arranged the
calendar for the court for the next
two weeks, tlie following coses being
act fr hearing: f . '
Monday, March 17th Wm. ;M. Ltidd,
trustee, appellant, va. John F. tlawkes.
1 espondent.; appeal from Multnomah
county, 12 in. ; ' . ;
Tuesday, March ISth Nannie ' M.
Starr,' respondent, .vat. Wm. L. Starr
nd Kate M. Kaiser, a ppellantst appeal
from Multnomah county. 12 tn. , .
Wednesday, March! lthfc. Spencer,
Respondent, vsui V, C.l Peterson, appel
lant; appeal from Marion county. 12 rn.
Thursday, March 2th In the matter
of the estate of Solomon Richardson,
deceased, Rosa 13. Richardson, reipond-
Jf. i I .
l 1 tr"s T
PRICE BAKING POVOER C
ent, va. Meier & Frank Co. and L C.
Handford, appellants; appeal frtm
Multnomah county, 12 m.
Monduy, March 24th Ida M. TObin,
et al.,. respondents, ya. The ( I'ortland
I'louring Milla Company, et al., ippd
lants; appear from 11 an county, 13 ni.
Tuesday, March 25th Ida M. Tobin,
et al.. respondent, iva. The Portland
Flouting Mills Co., et al., defendants.
Jaa. ?. lilack.. Appellant; appeul from
Linn county, 12 m. i - - (
Wednesday, March 26th School Dis
trict No. 110, appellant, va. JF. M. Pal
mer, et al., respondents; awwal rrom
Linn county, 12 m. ;
Thursday, Marcij 27th-rticlflc States
Savings Loan & Hulldtng Company,
espondent, vs. Augusta, M. Spurrier,
et al., appellants; appeal from Multno
mah county, 12 m. " , .
FREE USE OF WOOD
TIMBER FROM FOREST RESERVES
"MAY BE UTILIZED
Sattlers and Others Naadinq It,
Under Cartairt Restrictions' Cor-
Th aaa Rule.
Sawmills Are Not
Secure It . Undsr
The Pepartment of: the Interior haa
recently issued's'lettef giving" Inatruc
tions as t the manner o'f jprocedure,
and other lnrornvatln. regarding , free
ue of timber on: thaj Forest Reservea.
Copies of this clrcutnr have been1 re
ceived In this city, showing the restric
tions on rtie use of j timber from the
Forest Reserve. ' The "lint' 'of instruc
tions is as follows: . - ,
The matter X a privilege, (and not a
right. It n-ay be rejfused to any per
Who can get free timber under free
use provision of law Jt Is usually
granted to settlers, farmers, prospect
ors, and others residing within or in the
neighborhood of a forest r'h. rvc
Who cannot get ltj it is refused to
1 01 porations. companies, is aw mi 11 par
ties, and owners; of large establish
ments. , who require larger quantities
srtd are expected to purchase; and to
non-residents of the State in Which the
reserve is located, - ;
How much Is given and by whorn-r-Permita
for an amount hot exceeding
$2 in stumpaget valu may be granted
by' the-forest supervisor. Permits for
a larger amount and within the stump-
age value ot $100. art granted only by
the Secretary of the Interior. - ; i y
How often the same person can apply
Not oftener than once, a year,
How long a permlit-Bolds gotid Six
months from the date When It was -issued;
or less time. iri. the discretion of
the forest' supervisor; ; ;
What can be obtaiined All kinds of
timber;, generally, dijy flrewoMd, dry
poles and logs; also.j if really needed,
green- tlnber.' , r .-, . ?.
How obtained Application roust be
made to the forest Supervisor- .-Wank
form of application is furnished by the
forest officers, and is filled out and
aigned by the applicant. (If necessary,
the, forest oftlcer will lend assistance Hi
riling out the blank applicatkm, The
timber muet.be located bya forest of
tlcer before any cutting is done. J 1
Terms' of this privilege Only the
timber applied for cajri be cut. For In
stance; no green t1mer may i taxen
If dry wood ia' applied for. Only o
much can be cut as! was applied for;
and It must be nT-asilirrdf either stand
ing or In the.Hle, before being hauie-i
away. Io unmarked live umwr can
be cut. There mus be nt cutting
across the line of.. the area asslgnl.
Cutting across the line Is trespass. Th
tules a?Iut cleaning hp tops and brush
must e obeyed. The tutting area
must be left In good, clean condition.
The rules generally governing forest re
serves must be - observed. The iwod
tlmlier, or material derived from it Is
to be used only at the place atated In
the application. The use of it else
where, and especially the :- sale . of it.
makes the cutting a! trfrspass. and the
applicant becomes liable to suit.and la
always debarred" thereafter from the
privilege of free use.; The cutting r
the timber by a local 'mill is permissi
ble; but the sawing murt be paid for in
cah and . car.not be done on shares. ;
Morrover. th sawing and hauling of
the lumhef rhuiH le done in a manrfef t .wrote of Jesus, saying: ins worstiip,
required by the forest officer, and lafwIH grow young without caslng-h1
such way aato enabib him to df'termJne flegend will bring, forth leara witbmit .
whether or hot the timber and lumber j end his sufferings will melt tne no
are really used In the .placeman! man-' blest hearts and among those who arc
nee" promised fn' the application ; In j born of woman. - there wilt n?ver arise
placing a "vaiu-ln on timber given fa grter hsin Jesus of Nazareth."
sarid for timber, green or ary,xana satmiracie ana ne ts ncre 10 ramam. Bar
ren IS per, cord for fuel wood, w'lll bei rass and annoy his opposer. and to
the minimum price considered. Aprt 1-1 crmfort those who will be hla dlsci-
cationa for "shakes. etc.. InvoSving a
wasteful use of lumberwill be refused
wherever a more economical utilisation
arid satisfactory cleaning tip of the.chrhft becomes more and more real ;
top and lops la not! guaranteed. .
M M I
1 and purity
tb the iiealthftflncss of
Mote. There are tmitatJon baking rirnrders sold cheap by
many grocers. Tlicy arc made from alum, a poison
ous drug, which renders the food injurious to health.
WOItK AT HEVIVAL
THE PATTERSON - McCORMICK
SERVICES WELL' ATTENDED.
Strong Discourse Dalivarsd
Large Audience at Last Night's
Meeting jn the First - Christian
The I'atterson-McCormick revival
at the First 'Christian' church. contlh
ties to grow In Interest, av.d i nightly,
the building Is crowded to standing,
and the pround attention given to
the long discourses Is the best evi
dence of the : people's appreciation of
the evangelist's ability. Seldom, If
ever, has lie had a superior In the
Capital City. ; The evangelist- shows
an acquaintance with countries peo
pies, habits and customs that la won
derful, but all coming from his year
of travel. The great crowds are evir
dences of the fact that the people of
Salem know ability when they see It
and are determined to avail them
selves of It. "Last night hljr subject'
was 'The Question of the Ages." The
text was. "What shall I do then, with
Jesus who is called the Christ?" He-
low Is jfiven only a synopsis of this
sermon: "- ' !) ' " i
"In iew of the wonderfully bril
liant career of the great and Illus
trious Xapoteon, the greatest ques
tion that ever eonfrpnfed the Kngllsh
p-opie was the question 'What shall
we do with Napoleon? And,: after
ctonslderabledffiberatioit they decided
to banish him to the - island of tt
Helena, and although his career had
been more like that of a supernatural
being, once a prisoner on the- lone
Island his power was broken and he
never troubled England again, nor, did
they ever have occasion to regret the
disposition they made of him. In
Shakespeare we read of - Macbeth who.
Jealous of Banco, thought to rjl I hlm
sejf of this :perilexing adversary by
murdcrlnfr him, which' hp did, and a,s
he looked ujMin the gory form of th
dead Hanco, !he said 'He will trouble
me no more.'l But in this he was mis
taken, for1 at every turn in. life he was
confronted by Banco's ghost giving
rise to-the expression Uanco's ghost
is up and wUl not down.'.
'"Not unlike these two striking in
cidents In hisrtorjr.Js The Question of
the Ages.' I have designated it as the j
question "J-of ; the -ages - bcciuse It 1 Is j
such.. Throughout the ages th"re
have, at ' fliffcrent times, arisen' ques
tions which ! were short lived ones.
Uut not so of .this one. It , reaches
back to the fall of man and the en
trance oi sin Into the world, and
stretches across the ages into that
ttmi, when jthe - angel, planting .'. nc
foot upon' the sea and the other upn
theJland." shall dclare thaj time srali
be iio niore.This Is riot' only 'the
question' of the a'ges. but It Is a uni
vcrsal quesiion, cclng that It con
cerns the eople f North America.
South America, Kurope. Asia ami A'"
rfca exaclly alike. And while it is a
universal qiitestion It is no less 'an
individual one. If representative mer
from all -the countries of earth should
assemble' In .London and. unanimously
decide that Jesus should- becme the
1 . . . . 1 ,1. : .,.!..,..... u i. ...... .1.1
notxinth least lessen the responsi-1
blllty of eac:h citlsen but h mustj
decide It for himself, for 'every man
. . -. . - -. . . . i .. 1 . . . . n
V',. 4W i- j ' i
-Wke the English In the case of Na -
rleOn some have. .banlahR Jesus frnn
In the lone isea of deception. Other.
like Macbeth, thought to rid' them- - '
selves of this -ierr!eing. question by j VINEGAR. AS SOLVENT FOR GLUE,
murdering the Christ but x that did!. For all the fish glues vtnegar Is a
not settle lt.i He Is up and refuses to, 'good 'solvent.' W hen gluing a piece of
go down. In 1792 the French v evenf woodstork. if any iarttclcs of jrtue get
blotted out his name from history, as' on places where It is not d-lred. wet a
far aa possible,; bat ;,toda'y thai name j bit o cloth with vinegar and rub It otf.
confronts every Frenchman who pens ki h' glue In the bltle becomes to
the pages of a single history- To tearthh R. thin It witn vlnecar father than
the name of rJesus from history would water Ladies Home JourruU
be to undermine the whole system of j
truest, grandeat philosophy and cth-
lea. Kinan. the famous French infidel. J.
pics and friends. Infidelity has always;
"been disappointing and more-amd more!
so as the end approaches whlle4
and satisfying- as the shadows of the
... . v
evening of life chase the receding light
.of the aetting sun. '.'
TMen will lire out of the church
and away from the Christ sheltered
I I ...Ik I M . I ' fe I I 1. f C... 1 .
death t approaches they .throw aside
their-deceptive rnjisk and c:vll for di
vine recognition. Hut of such Jesus
saya 'Whosoever heareth these say-
(lngs and doeth them not, I will liken
.him unto a foolish man who built his
houie upon the sand. 'Not every man
who saycth Ird, Lord,' ' shall enter
into" the klngdHn of heaven, but he
who loth the will of my father who
is. In heaven.' -What a man soweth that
shall he also reap. Brother, what are
you doing? How are - you sowing?
Won't you !-be 'true to your honest
.Convictions and accept Jesus Christ as
your friend and guide, and 'when the
last, mighty cpnvulslojris shall shake
thj sea ami the earth and the. sky, and
the fragment of a thousand barques
richly freighted with Intellect and
learning are scattered upon the. shores
of error and delusion, your vessel shall
In safety outride the-' storm and enter
in triumph the ,haven cf eternal rest."
THE STATE MEETING
CONTEST NEXT FRIDAY ',
Msctlng of the Association ts Deoida
Several Important Questions Ap
'J. ' '
plication of Dallas anf Mt. Angel
Coilega for Admiaion.
Next Friday night the Int,ercollegiate
Oratorical Association meets In this
city, on-the ocearton -of the annual con
test, and preceding this, contest,' to b
held at the First M. K. churi-h,. a -business
meeting' will be held, when a hum
ber of important matters will "come up
for consideration, .and officers will be
ele"ted for the ensuing year. '
I One of the most Important, matters
coming up Is the question.- whether or
not, the representative of! the Mon
mouth Normal Hchool shall oe allowed
to compete in 'the ; contest. ; the Mon
rnouth branch of the Association hav
ing violated the constitution. In the
matter of the da.to when thef local con
test w held, they having failed to
hold their try-out on the day pre
srilfil by Ihe constitution. !
The applications of the Dallas Col
lege, and the Mt. Angel College, for ad
mission to the Association",- wHi come
up and We acted upon, and they will
doubtless. he admitted. -1
The delegates to the Association
from Wlliaftnette- tTnlverslty are: V..
K. Miller, W. K. Keyes. C;A. llOtis-!.
K. F. AverilL IxKiIse Van- Wasmer. So-
firla TownMnd,Krma Claris, and Min
nie Kntsi-rrthteder. ; ;
The oflieorst are 11 W. SWatTord. Ka-lm--president:
C, A. nedjmottdi' Kui
gene, secretary: J. I. Zurcher, Corval
Two baskethnJl games w ill in" played
-ot the W'lII-irrreite Trniversity- .gymna
sium, 01 Ftid.iy aftrnom.: The Wil
lamette 'hoys' -team will go lup agjlnst
the CheVrmwa ys. and the Will.imtte
Klrls will meet in combutl their sisters
a bard f;kt bjt'ttiej buffet of cold
uj-n a iair or imprpjeriy . pr-
mihuttis of eip-'S-the
conf.urntie.n. - Ixs? nflthcr (trne nor
(fojrage. J-ornry youreir asgainst pu
tinn. with Allen's Lung lialsami A few
will.xu.n thr tiirh ,,, rnahl
jyo - R,t rj of (hf. r,hU em lhal prn.
' i. .
- : - . ; '. . . 1 . . .. ; .
X At' Bed Tims.
take a pleasant nerb- 4rink. th next
liionilng I feel brigHand tny com
flfllr Is better. My diw tor says
It acts gently on the stoma h. liver
and kidneys, and la a pleasant la an
tlve. : Jt Is made: from herbs and
ix prepared aus easily as tea. Jt is
called June's Medicine. All drus-
fristfi sk?11 It at 25c and Cc. Thane's
Family Medicines moves the bowels
es b day. If you cannot get It. send
f'ra:free sample. Address. Orctot
frV Woodward. La Roy. X- T. a.
- . .
!i4 lei n runs Una lri
Disputa aa t a Diviaton Una lmpar
- fect'y Established Twenty-thrs
Years Ago Minor Orders En
tared of Record. j
Supreme Court, yesterday.
th appeal case f Henry Thlesjwm. re
spondent, vs. F R. Worthingto. et" aL,
appellants, came up for heart nt on an
appeal from Clackamaa countyi A. S.
Dresser and Ed Mendenhall appeared
for respondent; and C. D. Laiourette
and L. L. Porter.' for appellant. The
statement of the case follows
This was v suit, ostensibly to reform
deeds, but 'actually to establish a
boundary line - alleged to have been
agreed upon, by parol, more than
twenty-three years prior to the com
mencement of this suit, between orig
inal proprietors of these lands, none
of whom are parties to the srult. In
184 Wm. Atkinson bought about 400
acres of land and deeded the' ejast half
of the tract to the Neals, On October S,
li9. Pilgrim Neil soM this ehst half
to llrnry Thlt-ssen. the plaintiiff. and
he used in his deed the same descrip
tion that, the surveyor, had furnished
for the deed from Thomas Nell to 111
grim. 1 . j
When Atkinson made a deed to the
Neais it was not known, and could not
be known without aNsurvey where the
division line ran on the ground be
tween their properties- About two
years after the deed was madei a- sur
vey-was had. The surveyorvwent on
the ground-and attempted. tVlocate
w aivisjon jnne wntcn . ran Vev aa j
now, mostly through timbfr and!
brush, and act stakes to mark the ends!
vi nc nnje. inis survey was in ists,
and was not known to Thomis Neat
as he was tn I'uget Sound at the time.
When this survey was made In 1S-7C.
th surveyor, assumed that his work
was correct, and the parties interest
ed believed tlui such inonuimtits truly
Indicated the cornera of their projx-r-
ties. Thla supitoscd 1 division line.
however, was I never cut through
timber, and remains' today
at one ewl for about
there has been some Improvements, In
ine way oc clearing ana lenc
fruit trees 'plan tred in 1R8S by
spondent. In 192, the; Worthingtons,
having bought the West half
l,ract and thinking that respondent
must 1m encroaching upon th
with this Hearing, and fencing, pro
cured a surveyor to run out the line.
expense of which was borne by
respondent and appellants together.
and finding that rcsimdent wna oct"U
pying, and claiming some of their laivt,
Iregan an action of ejectment against
him and after the trial In which re
spondent made a defense of adverse
possession, and In which he 'vas de
feated, this suit was begun, solely to
establish a division line, foundett
wholly uion the supposition lhat an
ancient .survey was rrct. ajnd that
a a. ancient , deed, was wrong., liy stlp-
uiation, tne proofs taken In tne eject
nwnt action, tried iji lS92t ccnstitute
th evidence In this case, the defend
ant In that action being the plaintiff
and respondent In this suit.
Minor orders were also mad by the
court, as follows:
vv. wiison, et ai appellant, vs.
George. W.Wilson, et al respimlents;
ordered, on stipulation that 'the appel
lants be excused from filing
strac-t of the' record. '
Sam iloward. appellant, vs.
county, resjiondent ; subrtiitjted
briefs without oral argumcrrt
Homer Ti. Mace, respondent
that carry worth id
that you cau: Jepcn
d on to
w ear or the farm
NAMK IS U.N -1
and look at a tair
they ore . Is tter ti
name on 11 ie strap.
. -M- The
94 State SU
S--T ' t -n . I. n 1 nn-T , - ,., SZZZ2J
NORH COAST LIMITED"
AVill resume nervice January 5, V.KJ'2. The train will
he even le tter tLan it wag. in IDOL It will ls a eouipMe
home oil wheJs, l'arlor, Din'mg IUmf Shicpin Hooni, Li
brr) Sruokins Ks-m, anl Dath Jloorn they will all Le
tht ri, ami a,ll Iightel by eh-ctricily ami heated by steam. .
First and second class tiekeU 1k11i giod on this trahi.
Tse thi CUACK TIJALV of the NOUTHWKST on your
- way to the Pan-American Kiposilion, liufTalo, Nw Voik.
Yon can o cither hy way of St: l'aul and Chicago, or Ju
luih and the Great Lakes. . ' - .
Impjirc of any XOKTIIKILV PACIFK3 Agmt as to
further particular!!, or write to '
A. D.CIIAIH,TONt .taa't Cen'l Passenger Agrtnt, Tortlahd
OH. C, GEE Q,
This wonderful Chl-
bm doctor Is called
rreat becauae he
cures people without
operation tht sr
givra up-to die. 110
cures with thoo
hrla roof's. Inula.
WV!fcW2ili& -i bark -sad vrireUblcs.
known to medical aeleneetn - this country.
Through the use of these harmless rrmc
dtes. this famoim doctor know the sett a
of .-over, tor dtrfcrent reTnedies which ha
sucoMwfully wesln difffrentX diseases.
He ausrsnteea- to cure catarrh. sthou.
tomsch. liver, kUUey.v WsSTcr, fvsrMla,
trouWe. lost manhood, air private. 'diseased;
has hundreda of Ustimonlala, Charrr
Call1 and see him. Consultation free. PeA,
Uents out of the city write for blank an1
rtrcwisr. Kncloe stsmp. Artdrens The C.
VV Chlniw WMldnt Co.. Thlrtl
Street, Portlaad. Oregon. Menilva tUU
paper. -- 1 " ' - .
SALEM IRON WORKS
(JAMCS QILL, Lessee). ,
The a bora "well-known foundry anl
machine shop has oiened, and Is now
ready for business Having over 80
years experience In enatnes and ma
chinery, will - guarantee satisfaction.
Am prepared to make all klnda of re
pairs to engines, hollers, machinery,
for mills or farms.
WILf ES STALLIO 3. "JEHO Wt"
Will stand for Mares the coming sea
son aKComer of Ferry and Liberty
street s.For redlgree and particulars,
Vni'ts a A?a.
a. aaaa ' " ' " 4
to Oppar AlblnaJ '
h Using ji
Lax ber. Sash, Doors. Blinds,
v Moaldlcgs, Etc
- -1 ' - ,
Fine mantles and grates, grill work,
show cases and office fixture, a spe
cialty. Woven slat frnlt trays.
Southwest corner Church and . Mill
streets. Kalem..tr. Telephona 174L
men and boys. Shoes
stand tho hard, ruggetl
of the? shoes anl our
1 1 E STUa V. It von' 1 1 rop i n.
glal to show you'; why
other. Look for this
: Salem, Or.