FILING THE NOMINATIONS Sereral Candidates Are listed by the Secretary of State HON. THOMAS t It. TOXOUB AC CEPTS liYvWlRE TUB PROHIBI TION 8TATR TICKET HAS BEE. KH,WAS.NAMBDBT AJf ASSEM jHLAGR OK ELECTORS. . JS02, Showing the amount of cah on hand in the sevmt funds on October , roe receipts ana, cuDurrot.' and itfie amount of uih on hand April . iz.- The statement follows: . : , Special City and District Fund. (mwi hand. Oct I, 9C2 03 Receipt., i. .. ... -.; .. .., Ji.sis 9 Total.... .. .. .. .. ,;.$12,65 95 (.'anh on hand April 1, 102... VS60 62 XomJnees of tie several parties for fttate offices are beginning to file their certificates of iwmlnatlonln the State Department, the first to be received: be 'ing those of the Prohibition candidates. Th'-e jareAaJl , reported as nominated hy un &mettAage of eleKstori;1' the ime Is true Jrt the matter of the only Socialist nomination thus far flTfd. Only one Republican bias as yet filed Ms acceptance -Hon. rrnos. H. Tongue, candidate for Congress In the. First Jjist rid. and his acceptance was receiv- no ml naton- d yesterday are as fol lows: i Republican. Thorn IT. Tongue, Member of Cdn jr-8S Urst District. ' Socialist, i 1 D. T. Gerden, Member of Congress, hwrnd District. , -j. Prohibition. v-, It; nam Gould, Member of Jcongress, First District. . . , ji' !'. R. Spaulding, Member of. Cdngress. KmcoiwI District. y . j . A. J. Hunmker7GovernorKasemblasa or electors. N. A- Davis, Secretary of State. " . i. Mciwuei, wuiie i reosurer. W. W. Brooks. Stte Prlntor. I II. XV. Kelsiy, Superintendent of Tub 11 f In struct Ion. . . ' p C. J. Uright. Justice of the Suprem t'mirt. '. t ; T. 1 1.'. Coyne, Attorney General. AGAIN THE SPRING. Total., .. .. .. .. .. .. $11,601 95 Central Fund. fash on hand. f. J. 191 .".$29,858 36 Receipts .. .. .... . 55,42 OC Total. . .... .... ,. . ... . .$85,,27s 42 Disbursements., i .... . ....$7&,e07 17 :arti on hand April 1. 1902. .. ,671 23 Total.; .. .. .. .. 185,278 42 ; School Fund. J .' Cash on hand Oct. 1, 1301. . .$10,183 50 Receipts.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17,292 13 Total.; .. $57,747 63 Disbursements.. .. . .. ....$41,217 65 Cash on hand April 1, 1902... 16.260; 08 Total.. '.. ...$57,477 3 Indigent Soldier Fund. j.?s Cah on Jiand Oct. 1. 1901. ..$ 485 35 Receipts.. .. .. .. .... 239 47 Total.; ............ ...I 824 '82 Disbursements.. .. .. .. ,.j.$ 384 56 Cash on hand April 1, 1902. . . 440 27 Total., .. .. $ 824 83 (. Institute Fund, h 1 Cash on hand bet. 11901...;$ 233 23 Receipts.; ... ;u ' 119 00 Total $ 374 25 Disbursements.. .. ....$ , 16 00 Cosh on hand April 1, 1902.. . 358 25 i Total.; .. . .$ 374 ;Tax Sale Fund. ;' 'ah -on hand Oct. I, 1901. . .$ 165 83 Ueceliftr,. f . .. .. .. .. .... ! 363 75 Again the spring! A grain the Kaster Iwly! . ' . Again the soft warm air with odors rife; AK'.iin the tender . creen on hill and valley; : Attain the miracle of risen life! Attain from the dark mould, of their entombing, - In , all their lovely robes of radiant hue, 1 The crocus" and'the violet are btoomingr. The wIf-name 4lowers our earliest - -hi!dhod knew.' Again the birds In joyous flocks are wingrinK. , 'hlrplriff their spngrs of love and rest -i Ing aays; -Asaln ; the sound! of happy children . slnglrur. ' r , :' , 1 AlonS; the lanes and In the woodland way's. t v. -- (Selected. Total. i t. .. ".. .. .. ...$ 529 28 Disbureernents. . ,. .. ....$ 10 83 Casli on hand April 14 1902. .. ; 518 75 Total. . .. i. .. r ..$ 529 58 . . . . Recedits,. .. .. .. .. .. ....$ 179 83 Total..; ... .. .i $ 179 83 Disbursements.. .. i. .. ...;$ 179 83 ToUil.y .. ., .. 179 83 Road Fund. Itecdpts; i . . ....... $ 989 07 J. R. Shepard. who lives over In Polk county, near what was once the Zena postotnee. but who Is now a Sa lem maan, being on Rural Free Delivery Route No. 1 from this postofftce, was & business vUi tor In Salem yesterday. He aays the long-continued rains have delayed the work of the farmers, who have been having a difficult time get ting any seeding done. He was able to sow a few acres of oats during the recent sunshiny weather, and also to get out a few acres of flHlil.icaA H is more particular about the peas- than the oats just now. The oats will stand It to be put out some weeks later; But Mr. Shepard' expects to have seventy ax-ree In pea this year. He has. dem onstrated that peas Is one of the best crops for the Willamette valley farmer for feeding hogs . and for . many other purposes on the farm.. They help en rich the soli, as they are a leguminous crop, and extract nitrogen from the air and put It In the soil, besides adding humus ami making It friable. The cool. damp nights, that make this a poor country for the raising of corn sand other croi that need warm nights, are Junt the thing chat are good for dpua. Mr. Sfcepard has found that these facts are being realized more and more by the farmers. Many of them who have tried peas want to raise more of them. and many who have not tried them want to give them a trial. He has sold out all the seed he could spare long ago and he could hav sold seveial times: as much. lie hi received dozens of re' quests ffi ed that he cu uKJ not gran. H? ;ill have more seed next year, tnd no "doubt the acreage de- votfHt to TMaii will trrntr taitt in tYir rWillametfe valley from now on. as It and their land, and consequently for and their land, and consequently for the .benefit of the whole country, for. where the farmers prosper all the peo ple do Well, they being the men who build the foundation for prosperity and thrift. - . Total.. .. . ,. .7, ...$ 989 07 Disbursements. .. .. .......$ 989 07 Total. .$ 989 07 THE PISHING LAWS ANGLERS SHOULD POST 'THEM SKLVKS BEP'ORB GOING AJTER OAMEY BROOK. TROUT. EXPENSES OP MARION COUNTY The .S-ini-aiiniial Siutcineiit of the !lvrL' ntnl 'IVpnoiirpr TIIK KXriNlUTUni DURING THK SIX. MONTHS F:NDINtJ MARCH 31. KXCKKDKD TIIOSK (IF.ANT SIM-,- H.Alt' TKltM l'RKt.'KDINl''" HY A NSH)EltAIlLK -AMOUNT.' County Clerk XV. W. Hall yiterd.iy iwrn plated the coinftiktHon of hl Meml ntimral rTort of tb wttrrunts drawn on th county, treasury for th 4x tnoniths iM-Klnning ol r 1, 1901, and ending -March.-31. 1902, plowing a grand totatt t! (he sevenU accounts of ' $33,639.09. This amount Is. tar In 3ccs of tlie ex-l'-i."i for any iwrtod of six months for Hoveral yeorn iNick. although the sum of $2.r.96.25 whlti w-as the price of he rot k crusher, road grinders, scrap ers, etc., puntuiited by the wiuny 'court during Hww February term of ouit. is mrt. tnHuded in the report, on ju-ount of the bill, which has been pre sented, not having beenpoed Ulion by the court. . ' ... During the six months beginning Oc tober 1, 1898. and (ending March "31, 1S99, the county expenses tunounted to $28,603.32; forithe six inonths beginning October 1, 1899. and March 31, 1900, the expenses were $27,970.68, and for the ult mnntlia tuwMn (fttitr f 1900. nji.l March 31. 1901, the;total extense was $26,106.86. ! t The -clerk's report ifor the six months Ieriod Just expired, embracing thei re spentive amounts, charged to, the sveral cj.xunts, follows. Roid ami higHways. . . 1. .$ 7,05 7 ixumy. court j;ana commis- : Hioners.. .. .... 866.18 Circuit Court 2746 1$ Justice's court .......... . . Sheriff's office. .............. Clerk's office ........ Recorder's office - V- . .. . ...... Treasurer's office Coroner's office !. .. Shotj Supt's. account.. .... Stock' Inspector . . . , Assessor's office ............ . Assessment "and collection of .1 .. ..' ... . 794 SO .1... ......... 22 54 . 1.237 23 . l;562 91 1.317 16 2.052 00 1.524 98 1,099 9$ 499- 98 132 CO 519 46 200 00 1,84 99 .taxes.. .. Tax rebate .............. Curret expense ......... Court house expense...., Jail. Care of poof. Iivdigerrt soldiers . .- . . . .'. . . . . Ineane account .............. Itridge nrcount .......... Flection exiense ... . . . . . . . . Total.. .. .. 300 43 3.035 67 364 55 145 00 5,994 30 244 1 ...$33,639 09 Treasurer's Statement. County Treasurer A.. I Y)ownlng yesterday compiled his semi-annual statement for the six months beginning October 1 1901, 'ami ending March Z, The fishing season is at hand, and It will be well for anglers to freshen up on the statutes regulating trout llsh ing, .ho thatahey will not come in coii ilict with the stern arm of the law, es ix'clally in the master, of the number of fish caught from day to day. Fol lowing is a synopsis, of the laws regu lating fishing for trbuV: t It shall be unlawful, for any ierson to Uike, catch, kill or have in posses sion any trout, except salmon trout, during the months of ' November, De t ember, January. Fe4ruary and March of ' each year ;tnd it slialf be unlawful for any person to take, cach or kin, or have in ioHsession at any time trout, char or sulnwm lews than live Inches in 1-Rgth; (uhI R Khail be unlawful for any person to take, catch 'or kill .t .ny time In the .waters of this state any trout by any meaM whiUever, except with ,hcKk unl line; and any iierson fishing with hook or line,who, upon lifting the stiine, shntl find nny trout, ch;i,or Alnxn of less than five inch s in length c.-uight or entangled thereon sImiII Immetliatt ly, with fe.se and the least iwsslble injury to the fish, dlsn tarvgle ami let biose the same, and fmnsmit the fish to the water without sny violence. - It shall be unlawful to sell, offer for sale, or have in possession for., sale or exchange, any ,siecies of tnut at any time. ' -, fit hall be unlawful for any person at any time to take, kill or capture any trout between on'. hour after1 sunset nd one hour before sunrise. It shall be unlawful foi- any person to take, kit lor capture niore; than one hundred and twenty-live trout "In one day. :. -! ; : , - : '' The penalty of violating any of the above provisions is a- fine not less than $20 nor more than $100, together with the cost? of theprosecutlon, or by Im prisonment in the county. Jail not less than ten days nor more than fifty days or be punished by both such line and Imprisonment. . A TEXAS WONDER. r-V ' -:, : HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY. One small bottle of Hall's Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures dia betes, seminal emissions, we3k and lame backs, rheumatism and -all Ir regularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1. One small bot tle Is two month's treatment. , and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. VV. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. O. Box.,298t. Louis. Mo. Send for testi monials. Sold by ll druggl-ts.and at DR..S. C. STONE'S drug stores, Sa lem', Oregon. ; ' ? . READ THIS. - - - 1 , Ban don. Ore.. Dec. 8, 190L Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louis, Mo. Dear Sir-I have used your Texas Wonder for kidney and rheumatic ' trouble: Its effects are wonderful. -It toss no. equal, and I can cheerfully recom mend It. Yours truly, ' i HARVEY HOWE. jttsl . THE WEATHER ; IS BACKWARD Late Ralat Have Delayed tbe Work of farmers. i M POLK COUNTY" MAN WHO IS ANXIOL'S FIC HIS CROP OP PEAR THIS CROP A VALUABLE ONE IN MANY WAYS. ) ENTHUSIASTIC . GATHERING Salem Republican Club Meets to : Make Arrangements v FOR THE OPENING OF THE CAXI- PAION HON. W. J. FURNISH TO BE RECEIVED BY A ROUSIKG RALLY ON 1 1 IS' VISIT TO THIS CITY THIS WEEK. Th .nvnxlmum teinperature for the 24 hours previous toi o'ckK-k' p. m. yesterday was 51 degeei Fahrenheit, and the minimum 39 decrees. The precipitation for the same period was .J9 of an -Inch. ' , (From Sunday's Statesman.) In response to the call of Presldtmt Claud Catch, the Siilem Republican club met in the police court room - of the city lall cit 8 o'clock last night, to arrange for the camiKiign mefting.. and take stes for vigorous jioliaicul work. There was a. goodly ..number of the Club in attendance, and enthusi asm and iKirmony werefthe features of the mee-ting, the iinulfrs 'vieing with each. other in deviling fneiins to suit ably -receive Hou. W. J. Furnish, the Republicsih caiidkiate for Governor, on his visit to this city,, announced to be made -.tit an early date, and all exprss Ing their loyalty to the he!il o( thf tfcki-t as well as to all the candidates. arvl u tmnlitte was appointed to ar range for the recetion of Mr. Furnih, to preiare the way for . rousing nitlll- catlon meeting when, the Republican Gubernatorial candidate shall come to .Saleui. The Club was called to order by President Claud Catch, and on motion the -roll cll and tlw rejullng of th minutes were dispensed wUh. A let ter was reivetl from Hon. Frank Davey. regretting his Inability to be present, but as.-urlng the Club of -his henrty suinort In anything undertaken. Mr. Davey s.-id: "Gentlemen: It will not be' possible for me to b with you at your reorgani sation meeting tonight In. persons but it Is almOKt; needless for me to assure you that I am with you in sentiment and In spirit. We have a state ticket that it should be the pride of every RrpubEcnn to Support; ft platform which it should be a pleasure to uphold. Salem Republicnns. than whom there are none more patriotic and salous. will do their full share to give to tnat ticket and to that platform the most emphatic endorsement received by any ticket in thi state. In many years. Count me with you for any duty having that end in view. Perhaps it; is not for me at this time to speak of the lo cal ticket, yet that, too (with the win ter left out of the reference)ls a ticket which by its general character will In-, sureithe confidence and support of the great RepublIvanrbrotherhovJ. Please see that I am, re-enrolled and made one of the workers. Sincerely yours for Furnish and the rest. 1 "FRANK DAVEY." The reading of the letter was receiv ed with cheer by the Club. - A.!F.Prescott moved that a com mittee of Ave be appointed to receive thef Republican candidate 'for Coxernar, Hon.; W. J. Furnish, and to show h.m around. The discussion on this rw Uoti took a Wide -range, and it was sug gested .that. accordlBg to. rumor, cer tain Republicans of Marion county would oppose Mr. Furnish; some even suggested the passing of a resolution to the effect that the Club endorsed Mr.! Furnish, but this matter was drop ped as being unnecessary, and t.he mo tion for the appointment of the com mittee . 4assed by. unanimous .vole. The chair appointed on the committee J. II. McNary. C. A. Murphy. J. D. Lee. Dr.'Jv N. Smith and W. J. Culver. The C!nb was addressed by a num ber! of members a to-what step to takei to suitably receive the guberna torial candidate ami the comni'.ttee was finally Instructed to 'arrange for - roasing rally, atid fatifksrtlon meeting, and to tiscert:un when Mr. Furnish could be litre, fixing the date of the meeting for that' of Mr. Furnish IsiU . . - -A " Tle election of officer for Ore enia' lag. term resulted in the selection of the following merirbers; nil being host eu by .unanimous vote of the Club: President Claud Catch. , J Vice President George i W. Jones. , , gecretary-n-W. W. HalU Treasurer F. C. Perritie At the clost; of the eleitlon the mem bera contributed funds for the expens es of the Club. When the Club adjourn ed at the call of President Catch. 4 Central Committees. "Vt. J. Culver, chairman of the Marlon county Republican central committee, has opened headquarters In rooms 1 and S, in the Bush-Breynuin block, and Is arranging for a vigorous campaign.. Robert Croftxan. an old-ttme poli tical worker, ha been appointed sec retary and he as well as Mr. Culver, will give all the atetntlorr required to the work la hand. A meeting of the central committee has bjeen called for next Saturday afternoon. W. (H. Downing, chairman of the Democratic central committee, has oiened headquarters In the offiee-of P. A. Frazier. in the D'Arcy Jlock on State street, and Mr. Fraxier has been appointed secretary Of the committee. A call has, been Issued, by the chair man for a meeting of the committee and ' candidates, to be held next Sat urduy. . - :- . DEGREE OP HONOR ADOPTS RESOLUTIONS OF RE SPECT AND SORROW ON THE -DEMISE OF MISS DAVEY t't . . ,kV'ibi''t'SvwSi.vi (From Sunday's Statesman.) Salem Lodge No. 19, Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W.,at the regular meeting held hiM evening, adopted rcfilutiotvs of sympathy , on the demise of the late MUs Vera Davey. . The resolutions were prepared I5y a committee appoint ed at the preceding meeting, ami con sisted of Mrs. Millie . E. Pugh. Mrs. Katie E. Benoit. and Mrs . Ella M; Flagg. The resolutions are b below; . "Whereas, it has pleased our heaven ly. Father to call from our. rrridrt our dearly beloved sister. Vera Davey, to that home above not made by. earthly hands, therefore be it Revived, That thle lodge ha lost a loved and honored member, whose cheerful disposition and kind deeds won the Jove and :esteem of all who know her . ' Resolved, That this lodge extend to the sorroNtlng family our sincere sym pathy. - - - '': "Resolved. That our charter he drap ed for thirty days, in token of 'our sor row for our d&ftarted1 sister. "Resolved, That a Vopy of these res olutions be sent to, the sorrowing fam ily, that a copy be spread on the rec ord of our lodged and a 'copy be, fur nished the local ress of this city for publication." . . - O -A. 13 OP C ', X A. m Sifsstare j'-4tM ' ef , WiaS-?Y 4-tfcUMf , , THIS YEAR'S HOPS TWO CONTRACTS ARE FILED BY WHICH GROWERS SELL THEIR GRAVING 1902 CHOI'S. (From . Sunday", Statesman.) Two more hoKcontracts of the 1902 growth "of Marlon county ho,s were IHel fr m'ord.. with the county re corder yesjterdijiy, representing in tht aggregate, 27,000 i-hiilIk, or 150 luiles. the consldpnitivn.. in one instance, le jVig 12 c-nt per MHiml and in the oth er it wi 10 cents. They follow: J. M. Jorien, of BrokH, to Squire Farrar, 20.000 ouiids of the 1902 crop of hqs at 12 cents per twiund, 5 cents advance for iiking purjwM-s.; J. L. Ken.Ial. of Woolburn, to Squire Farrar, 7000 ixMinds of the '1902 crop of h tu 10 -nln w-r iMMind. 5! cents ad vance for ploklng. pneH. " ' Over-Work Weakens Your Kidney9 Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood. All the fclood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes . T i ns Kianeys sre your, blood purifiers, they fil ter out the waste or Impurities in the blood. If they ars sick br out f order, they fail to do their work. j Pains, aches and rheu matism come from er ecu of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouhje. Kidney trSutle causes giick of orsieady hert beats, and makes or.e feel as thougrs tbey had heart trouble, becsuiethe heart is c-er-workin in sumairur thick, kidnev pouoneo Diood tnrougn veins and artene3. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves tht nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble. if you are tick ycean make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys.- The mild and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is vtn rMTtieA. It stands fhe highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on lis merits by aH druggists In fifty cent and one-dollar siz es.. You mar have a umnt hAttte bv . mail n m n free, also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have" kidney or. bladder trouble. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmet & Co., Bmghanton. N. Yf. SAVE TIME by having castings made right here. Foundry newly equipped for work. In either (Iron or brass. . OUR WORK SUITS. . For sale S horse power Sprague elec tric motor. SALE M Wl WORKS . (JAMES GILL, Lessee). for Infants and Children. ,i TIio KJntl You Have Always Boulit has borne the signa ture of Chaji. II. riet her, arid luui bocn ntalo under hi persoual supervision for oter 30 yearsi Allow no one '.. to deceive yoti 4n thU. Goanterfeiut, Imitation and Just-as-sood are but I2xperiraentV nd endanger Uio bealtli of Children Hxpericnce osraiLiKsriiucnts The Kind You Have Always Bought Hears the Signature of S9 SIP VySI AW - -AW . M -MW f Jt . AT W - . At . - A Asm. ' 47 ' .- In; Usej For Over 30 Years. Special Sale of Corsets . ! Corsets for Less Than Wholesale Cost for a Few Days Only Gorsets 35c srrade 110210 Corsets 50c grade now 32c Corsets 65c grade naw 43c Corsets 75c grade now 45c All the latent in I 60e Bailors now t".s. N ats and triiiiniing. ' New goo.ls arriving ilaily. ew this neasMii; Our Millinery Department Oreenbaum's Dry Goods Store Next Door to the Postofficc. 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Or. vou can rro to- iwe either the rail lines, or one of the down, the Iate to Detroit, Cleveland, the ran-Americaa City. ! - you will probably arrive at Jour destina- tart4right, nse the Northern Pacific, and COAST LIMITED"' train, ia service Any local ag:nt will name rates? ' . A. D. CHARLTOlVT A11 -wal I raseearer agent. onf: new C1TIZKN t"pn the affidavits of and W. ILndle, ' the court yesterd.iy admitted ner.'a native of German z-nslup and ordered thai be isrued Ui him. fohn Treuber 1 co'inty Wllifltrr Ken- , to fuM tU- final papers Woven Wire fencing Just arrived, two carloads of field' and l,i wn i f enc Ing. foul t ry . f end n g a p" cialty Send for catalogue and prices. WALTER MORLETl .9 State Street, Ealem.