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SALEM. ORTGONVfrIDAT MARCH 14. 1502.
The Way a Ring Fits
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has a great dial to do with the Hvaj t&e
lady value It. Now. It's hot.mucb of
a lover who docs not know the size of
her finger, but sucn cafe do ccurand
we. are willing;: to exchange the ring It
tt do 'sn't At-- A good -va!uea hTe la
Engagement and Weddings Rings' as
you will fin a in the city.
- MARION COUNTY
The LUlQiUsa over the fflci
rlcb Estate Ccn ltaes
Ba's Jewelry Store
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Leaders In Low Prices.
. 120 State Street. - , Salem, Or.
I 4 Tnfm In fe , f aito Hf j
Tllmon Ford, executor, plain UfT, va. A.
T. Gilbert, et ab. defendants, for an or
der directing the receiver to r a to
him the turn of JiOO, the mount of two
draft issued by Gilbert Bros, on the
First National Dank - of Portland, in
favor of Wadhama at Co., and Mason.
Ehrmab A Co., respectively, on April
18, 1901, and presented for, payment on ,
Aorll 23. 1901. but refused on account
of the closing of the Gilbert I Bros'.
J liank on that date, was allowed and the
! court ordered that the recetvervbe In-
at rue ted to pay the amount claimed..
If you owe tho Statcsijiian ofljee, And intend
to pay in wood, Mease haul tlio wood now.
W need it now.) We may not need it later.
The petition of. Louise and Hermann
IJarr In the same case was continued
JTAKEN TO THE CIRCUIT COURTand the petitioners granted leave to
4 I :a 1 . .ill I
a menu xueir piuion. , ,
Egg 11 cents cah,'
ChltVena -S to S cents.
The local mafkei tjuotallon yestef.
day were as follows; j ' j
Wbeat--5J cents. j j
Oats Nimlnal at $1.63 per cental,
llay Cheat. $7.10 f $$-; Uover, $fc,io
. $7; timothy, $! to 10; What. $7.
nur 73 and P3 cnt per ack; 12.60
: to 13.50 per barrel.
, Mill Feed Rran, flT.fA. shorts, $13.10.
-Hutter 20 to 2Z'yT per ., buying)
' Creamery, tlftc.
KiTK 11 cents rash.
1 'hlckna 4 to cents.
- TorkGros, S rents.'
1 : Ueefsteers, Sc; cows, 2&c; ood
S- c. stone, m.d:
hc-lfers, Zc. '. -
Mutton Shep. ZlA2, on foot.
Vea.ir-Vjc, dreed.' j - " 1
I'otaue 0 to Cc per bushel.
Woolr-Hc to 13c.
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The stores (two In number), are lo
cated at No, 235 and 297 Commercial
street, and are well stocked with a
complete line of drug- and medicines,
toilet articles, perfumery, brushes, eta
DR. STONE ; I '
lias had some 25 years' experience In
the practire of imodiclne, and now
makes no charge for consultation, ex
amination or prescription.
lie dues' a cash business, lie neither
buys on time nor sells on time. Ledg
ers, journals, day-book, bookkeepers,
bill collectors, and all the modern tiara
phernalia of credit drug stores, are un
known in his business, hence a full
stock 'and correct orices.
PORTLAND, Or., March 13. Svheat.
Walls, Walla, &oU&jc Ulufstem. 66?)
Cfic; Club, rtc.
SUIT TO FOKECIUSE
cah. 1 114.
March. 13. 'hat,
:litcas;o, March 13. Wheat. Miy,
Harley. B0?J3c, Flax,' 11.6!f; North
FILED IN THE STATE CIRCUIT
BUKM GUTHRIE & CO,
Iiuycrs and Sli1jpcrs of
Hop Goers' Supplies
Judge Boise Has Decided the Egan
Finney Controversy The Butt-rick-Richardson
Case Argued and
Wan ijouKi- at
I'll AT I'M
. HA J. KM.
J. H. WrlgliL plaintiff, vs. II. C. Hal-
Icy-nnd Mary IIilly, defendants, is
j ihc titi of a nuit of foreclosure which
j w4 filed In the second department of
the iUate Cirpuit. Court yesterday by
' It. ,J. Fleming, -attorney for the plain
tiff. The plaintiff alleges that the de
( fendant; "It. '. "Kalley,, gave two notes
In faivor of the plaintiff, aggregating
thf nim of $219 inclurllnf; interest, as
j ff( urlty for th iayment of the balance
' dun plaintiff on account between the
two parties. I'ltlnttff allK that an
action was brought in the first depart
in nt ut the Circuit Court to collect the.
1 urrotuit of Kill notes and a judgment
I we secured In favor of the plaintiff
an 1 fiKirirmt the defendant in the sum
I of with Interest at 10 jx-r ct nl from
I d.ye of Jn inx-nt. It'i vpi't lal attorney?!
' t h and Lr tlt"'co.'.t() and dilui--m
nts ;tmounting to $12. Now th-
plaintiff s-(-ks to necure a first lien 'up
i on an ft') acre tract of land situated in
township ,8 south, range 3
wt, valued At $1'100, which Is In the
j ri4iii: of Mary Ilalley, the party de-f'-ridant,
lut In whli-h the defendant, It.
(?. llalley has an Inchoate right of
eou.itesy, in mtlsfaetlon of the Judg
ment, secured through th former ac
tion. He also prays for an order d
i reeltig the premises be sold and the
i money arrfcng from the srfle applied to
; th pwyment .f the costs of the sle,
coMts anl disbursements of thU action.
r-r-r-r-rfr : : . : ! lo the 'payment of the amount due. on
l-(Hl II WD MI7l liiiriK tTio lh" Jul'f furntnut tr.t ff.fn.1inr for-U-t
on tl.ii ".Haleu, market, o toF. K. i ,h' ,! lnt ,1,'f ""'"w. attorneys fees
Kir vi. iMj fn.,....Mi.i wJ.. ,w anl cost and disbursements.
Oni Case Decided.
In the second department of the statr
Circuit f'ourt yesterday, Judge It. IV
ilulse rendered a decision In the case;
of VV. II. Kgan. plaintiff, vs. James
Finney, defendant, a cross bill In equity
! etHl)lih a line of division between
t the properties of the contestants. In fa
vor of the defendant, James Kinney.
The "Mill for an accounting, entitled
'i:YAtv Fi, t:n.
J. 0. 'GRAHAM-
7 Contf,'t-l.il. Kt.
HiMli'a Hank. Also a fnJI lftw of sud-
ilie. whip, ndMts.nnd ti. ndjtisttncntu
fur' tho bmw to e!ii t from, fittf
Jtflc fltd our U:ilitie are tli Hctns
lli.it Jiriitg u our vi-r-larn-iishtg trmlc.
Wlwtt In Salrtu ihni't forget to 'mil
.. Ami ace ua. i r
Money to Loan
On Improved farm and city property,
at lowest ra'cs.
i -TIIOMAH K. FORD.
' Over Ladd A Hush's Dank.
Balem Oregon. ,
j l.lr.le It. Huttrlck, plaintiff,- vs. H. T
Klhardson, d fendant. was argued and
itpitted Hsterday afternon Hnd
taken under av(sennnt by the court.
when the turt adjourned until T
tiny, March lMh,
IN AN EFFORT TO REVERSE
JUDGE J. H--!sCOTT-
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The Suit of Lizzie R. Buttnck,
Against Her Former Guardian, S.
T. Richardson, Tried Before Judge
. R. P, Beiss Yesterday. -
s Tbe transcript on appeal In the mat
tcr of the estate of E. M. Friedrlch.
deceased, was yesterday Jlled In the
second department of the State Circuit
court from the. Marion county court.
lion. John II. Scott, judge.
i This estate has been the subject for
controversy In the Marion county cwrt
for -several months past between John
Rleger, petitioner and appellant, and
D. F. Lane, administrator and respond
ent. A brief statement of the case fol
lows : . ,
As alleged in the' appellant's original
petition to the county court, E. M
Friedrlch died in Marlon county, Intes
tate, on September 16. 1900, and two
days later D. F. Lane, coroner of Marl
on county, was appointed as adminis
trator of the estate by the. Marlon
county probate court upon the petition
of the undertaker who attended the
burial of the remains In which petition,
the appellant alleges, the undertaker
represented that the deceased at the
time of his death was an inhabitant Of
Marlon county, which assertion the' ap
ycllant alleges, was wholly untrue and
known to be such by the petitioner
making uch representation and was
done for the sole purpose of making it
appear that the Marlon county court
had jurisdiction over the administra
tion of the estate. The appellant al
leges further In his petition .that the
deceased was for twenty-flve years pri
or to his death a bona fide resident of
Multnomah county and was only tem
porarily employed in Marlon county at
the time of i his death, and toe therefore
maintains that- the Marlon county
court has no jurisdiction In the estate
and prays for the revocation-of the
letters of administration issued to D.
About two weeks ago the Marlon
county court sustained the administra
tor's demurrer , to and . . dis
missed the petition, from which decis
ion the petitioner now appeals. (lan
tenbcln & Vcazle and F. A. Turner are
the attorneys tor the appellant and-petitioner,
and Frank and Webster
Holmes are the attorneys for the ad
ministrator and respondent.
In Cireuit Court. -
In the second . department of the
Htate Circuit Court, yesterday, the suit
for an accounting between Llzzii It.
Uuurl k. plaintiff, and H. T. Itichard-
n, defertdunt, carne up for hearing
and the entire day. was consumed in
the takln gof testimony which was not
completed, however, and the case wax
continued over until 10 o'clock this
In this case tho plaintiff, the young
est heir of th (I. W. Richardson es
tate, nues the defendant, as guard! ih
of her person and estate prior to her
attaining her majority arid also guard
ian of the persona and estates. of I). N.
ItMhardson and Fannie Richardson,
the eldest heirs of th aforesaid estate.
for an laccountlng uton the around
that lh uiTaiiH fif the estate had been
Improperly admitilstered upon. The
defense, however, corn tends thit the
guardian several etrs after the plain
tiff had arrived at her majority,: made
a detollvd statement and rerwirt unon
the. estate, of which ther, vrvre three
copies, which" were submitted to th
several heirs ami approved and that
en h of th heirs, in iuiJIng the plain
tiff, had signed a document releasing
him as their guardian. About four
months after the signing of the release.
the defendant alleges, the plaintiff, at
tn instigation of hvr husband who has
no pecuniary interest whatever In the
estate, brought this action against
In in. the defendant, upon the emu rid
stated above, .
It la thought, by theattorneys Inter-
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j , i.. ,n me rr, mm ii wotua oe con
ues, t eluded and submitted today,
? The petition of A. H. r.ppley, by his
seven deeds -of realty transfers were
nled for record in the county record
er's department yesterday, the consid
eration of which aggregated ,$3,233,
four mortgage of realty for $750, $430,
$300 and $233 were also filed. The
deeds follow: , . -John
Mart haler and wife to J. N.
tikalfe. $0 acres of land In t 5 ,
r 2 wj d $1500
w m. xi. Mvrgnn bjiu wiiu iu Alan
son Cotn fort, lots No. 14, 15 and
16, In Marion Fruit Farm, w d .
James H. Glarner and wife to
LJudson P. Itownvan, 20 acres of
hind In t 7 s, r 2 w-w d
Wm. Ji Wargnier andvi'lfe to
Gustave Devroy, lots No, 6, 8,
7 and 8, In block 20 of St. Louis,
q c d . . . ... .... . . . .........
Aaahel Bush to Aha M. Chaser
lots No. 13 and 14 of block 6, V
of Englewood addition to Sa
lem, w d .... ......
A. A- Coon a.nd wife to Iurance
Muehberger, lot No. 2, of block
h in Wolfers addition to Hub
bard, w d.l.. ...;.,....
Lsiurence Moshbergetr to Ch&rlle
Law son, lot No. 2..'.... 20 i
SALEM FRUIT UNION
New Wholesale Shoe louse
With complete lines of betH artistic and reliable foot wear. We carry
a complete line for city or country wear.
Catalogue mailed to dealers, en application
ECraussc & Prince,
or our representative will
Ns. 87-89 First Street.
'PORTLAND, OREGOM ,
GROWERS HELD AN INTERESTING
The Newberg Fruit Farmers, Who. Are
. About to Organize, Invited to Join
the Combine Perfected in This City
At a meeting of the Salem Fruit
Growers Union, -yesterday afternoon.
which was well attended and enthusias
tic, the secretary was Instructed to In
vite the fruit grower of Newberg, who
are contemplating the organization of
an association at that place, to combine
with the Salem growers and co-operate
with them. Upon the announcement
bat the Salem Cannery Company de
sired to secure -all the fruit possible for
canning purposes arid requested that
the growers set a fair nrlce on their
product, which was the subject of a
long and interesting discussion. It was
finally decided to hold 'another meeting
oh Saturday afternoon. March 29th and
the following resolution was drawn up
ami unanimously adopted by the Un
ion:1 I .,-.!
"Resolved, that the manager of the
ftalem Cannery and Oregon Packing
Company be Invited to address the Ha
le m Fruit Growers Union as to the
terms and conditions of receiving fruit
and make the directors of the same a
proposition to take berries and other
fruit handled by thia Union."
The secretary was also Instructed to
tender Manager Davidson ofithe 11 of id
River Fruit Association &n Invitation
to attend the meeting and deliver an
address to the members.- ?
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Massachusetts Mohair Plush Company
are in tlte market for
. Special pri
of Lowell, Mass.
year's growth Orejjon Mohair.
for sujerior grades
A. J KAY, Adent,
334 Sherlock Building
TURNER NEWS NOTES.
Many of the Residents' of that
Suffering with the Grip.
TURNER. Or., March 13 The union
cvnagellstlc services being held In the
Presbyterian church here, are begin
nlng'to grow In Interest. Re-v. Howard
of 0-rvalf, Is the principal speaker and
his sermons are greatly enjoyed by all
who attend, '
Mr, F. II. Rolertson expects to leave
this week i for Wasco, Or., to join her
husband, who has accepted a position
as supei ini ti-ient inn noosac per ior
the r'andow .Milling Co., of that place.
Mr. mid Mrs. A. K. Gardner had bus
iness c tiling them to the Capital City'
The Union C. E. Bociety announces
rpeclal services for Sunday evening, at
6:30 sharp. As this o-iety never doc
thlngnt by halve, ail who' attend this
service may expect a treat. i
Mrs. tl. V. Robertson is confined to
her lw d with a second attack of . the
grippe . ' ,
'Charles Ransom, of the firm of Ran
som St Son. was transacting business
W nrc.ojrening iipi tin tuw dp-nr;iiicnt with
nil tho infest noveilies. ICxjvtt iritniKtrn in
charge. Our goods) arc first claw; our priccx
rcaormh!c. Wc Iiivo ju.t i ried17 do.i n
Failcr, and will start tlio s;i!X'ti with "Jo ai r
Dry Goods Store
lo the Postofflcf
in Falem the first of the week.
Mrs. R. O. Thomas 4s suffering n nt
ta.K of rheumatism and 1 gr!pic cm
J"esse Potter and Ernest Mathlas both
came home this week with la grippe,
from R E. Robertson's logging camp,
where rhey had gone to work abou
Week ago. ... .: ' '.'
Farmers In I hi section mfrm to thj
the cold rain we are having is needed
to hold the fruit In check.
Professor If Irons, principal of
Turner public schools, has been unal
for a few days to teach, owing id
slight attack of the prevailing ajlnv
the grippe. t !
JOHT.-At the home In Fouth Fale
Oregon. March 12, l'XC. to Mr. ajnd
Mrs. Oliver Jory, a son. . - ;
Hops Hops' Hops
! If you ere Interested . n bop news
flnd prlct It will pay you to set the
report of the ' N .
N. Y. HOP REPOItTINU CO..
, S3 Wbiteh.l St.
New York Citjr.
EXIMHT WELLS, Oca. .Manager.
Woven Wire fencing
Jut arrived,,iwo carload of nM anl
lawn fenc!n-.'pou'try fencing a spe
cialty. 1 fend for catalogue an.d prices.
v hi State Street, Salem.
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THE CHOICE OF EMRT5
voriMMCfi fir aiiTi::i
ONE OF THE YOUNGEST
In years tf the miey lines of wheels co
Mann-.i tii i g fomp.iny, but rn ,f h
Hie lftt Mcy le men In the tra!e rone
from n alt around standpoint of dura
siTpciti a nee, coupled with that ln'hM"M
"CI you." Tribune 'wherls "nt" th i ll
Tribune lk)!e nre famous for the
d-feciiv-. ffll 4-;'tt.' a'l cti( rod i1'
that I common in smi wheeH. Ma t,
c'ltidat ;iiiN k-ts. whtf h wrn the first
er with th least frit t ionthey being t
el whUh now hs si miny lr;i tat..nf
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. Irritation is the inccri-il flattery, s
ntrolle-l by the Rre.it American ryei
e most iifular of ail, and by many r
eded to Ih the mt jwrfert wheel buflt
bwlty. i m; of prvpuUion, and graceful
biblo ckruent la a htl tltat uitks it
fr h: ' ;
ir perfect .'irinc. r.v-r hnnn t"
hate to avoid 1h "wedging" tendency
rannUM Jgain by Ihclr cel. brte,J ty
t. really fit the chain and gt-t full pow.
f tlti'i. to rd4t thin form or ;it'jrk-
o tli Trlbunv is lUttertd by nun,ri
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lyPLEWErlT MOUSE ,
: V H W I W7 - NN 1 1!
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Implement House of the Valley
Rtifs-ll' Kriiiits. Thr nhers. Hawrrtltl-f, -tr.
MiCfJtiMlCK HARVESTING MAflHNEKY.
KTirilEHAKKIl Vt'AfUlS'K AV! Vt'llH'I. !!:.
MONITOR ANlTU;KItMtlLlJf AN1 HUKDHR.
- ) 11ITFAU) PITTH HARROWS. ' ,
HKNlClA ROTARY IiISC PlJWrf.
HYRACt fH CHILLED I'lJWH. i '
MO LINK PLoWS. ,
UINIjKR TWINE EXTRAS and upplley, oil and compound for ma-
rbinefy, : . - .: . , ! .. Bi -. , ; ... i
- HTANIARD AND WHITE EWlN(i MACHINES'.
TRIUTJNK RICYCLi;.. j
Successor to E.M. Crolsan
a ' m at a at sf at ' lassa sssa -' mmm as, . , f.
Ladles9. Model 57.
Gents, Model 56,
These cheinb-ss at c the bevc-I gear
absolutely perfect in adjustment, and a
of ven sold last season not one has g
CHAIN MOD1JLS FROM $55 ur. C
and $j, ladies' or gVnts.. Th cushion
In cycledom. Coaster brakes of any so
CHEAPER WHEELS, from $20 up.
wheel ever sold at that figure, the igrac
latest Tribunes la used in itVcon struct!
sundries of every sort alwaysNn hand.
pt have Ix-f-n in u since '!?. Tb'-y '
ie gUing the beat of satifselln. tiut
vn tttt Jast twjther to the rider.
lUfUIION FRAME TRIRI'NRH at $W
trr: la the very :s:enc of lomfoit
rt you -ant, . TIr-s your choice. ,
At $.'5 we haven the handyomej-t laifei
if-ful doublo loop frame common on our
on. 'Alt sorts of tires, btdis, lamps, anl ,