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WEEKLT OREGONE STATESMAN:.' FRIDAT. MAT 16. 1902.
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POLITICS IN .
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A Strong: iRepubUcan Club
Has Been Organized
okorgb k. chamberlain ad
:dres8jsd a crowd there on
mondat, and. .was faced bf
an audience of men wear
ing furnish buttons. -
- SIVERTON. . Or, May 12.
The Hjlyertcfn Republican- Club .was
organized last Wednesday evening an4
levied the-, following officers: I. S,
Ruell president' and J. E. Hammond,
secretary. The club hasT&-4arge mem
bership and -will do some active wrk
for the Republican party in the nft
." fewwJeka. ;V -"''"
Hori Claud batch of Salem, will ad-
. d reus , the citizens of Silverton and vi
cinity on the political issue of the day,
at the Liberal hall, Thursday evening,
"May 15th. ' - -
eo. K. Chamberlain, the IVmocratlc
: candidate for Governor, addressed a
" fair sized audience at this place Mon
day evening. No great amount of en
thuslasm was shown and taken alto
E'ther It was a: very quiet meeting. It
was a. noticeable fact 4hat 'the; bright
-red" -Furnish button jva very conspicu
jjujt in the audlenceT : I .
The Salem baseball tttam went down
in defeat before the Silverton, team
last Sunday, by a score of j 3 to! 11. 1 It
was a. good gam up to the fifth inning,
neither-side being able to score. Each
side made a score in the fifth, and. In
.the sixth Ihe Salem pitcher went to
pieces and from then on the home team
i had thing's their own way. The Sll
' vrton team will cross batijiext Sun-
day with Eugene, on the State Fair
bounds.; The boys are, In fine condi
tion and will put up a good game.
repetition for rural free delivery.
, frorr. Silyerton postofflce was circulate
i i in the country south and south-east
"or here 'last- week and-the! required
'. number xt signatures obtained. - -This
- pi -.tit Ion will h.. forwarded at once, and
- i fptabUshd along with the one that
-I.M under way now, tv ill make four miles
hiding" from Silverton.
7 "Street Commissioner Karstetter Mas
.:i force otMnen at work 'on Main and
.''Wat or" streets. : cleaning ff the mud
- whii-h leavos the streets In line con
dition. - .'' . "..
Coolidge & McClalirr-are having an
awning put on their hew building
which to--occupied -by 'Rs-i'll. Hcrsoji's
genera 1 -merchandise store, , and the
V M. Wiay of ItarnesvUle, is In the
iiy visiting his '-bnrthdr, F7.K. Wray,
- -.Mr.- VViwy is. "well pleased -with this
r- iilrtcf and wilt probably locate and en;
,-gagin .business -here. J , .' ' ,
sf, OihiuH bits tiold his residence prop
erty in North Silverton to W. J. Ji r-
man, who will move) In at once. iMr,
Minus and family will depart for Cali
fornia next weuk.
Miles Adamson, who has suffered an
rf-ttavk of appendicitis, is improved
(enough to be-Jwi the-treets.
i-'- Ut Staht has receivrd his new
pinws, type, etc., and this week the Is
of the stN-ertonian will be. given
toTlje jj.ijlilic. ' -
A.- ft"Kyrtz,:' manager, of the Union
IVtvv.i- IV, haat pu riJiaaejl a new mot
' or cycle and was out trying ft last
ni'Rht on the trevt. This is the first
orif sesayiere, and created considerable
interest: " I
- Mrs. J. N. McCorkli is visttjjig in
Ssilem -with her daughter. Mrs. Jno.
- u- J7-pAd. mis and family drove to
S;lrin Monday. r '
l nos. KenntHjjt. r -oodburn. .spent
.un.,iy in TlvfHm.
Mr. ainil Mr. JarPaulsoft departed
Vaut'rlay f.lrr TAyrijst Olty. Iowa, where
thy villi spend a month's visit with
"i- una 4ioi.i i ri.u 1 9.
Shaw, r, !May 12. JohnJCruger
h. soUl "part of his place- to Felix
; A mart, f M"tnnesota. and ten acre of
. It to Janob I Voting. -Mr. Jiruger is
intending to move with his family to
Oklahoma. . ; - " r
.JL,V. iWcwtgate, Of Albany, a grain
tuyer, was here Wednesday. ' ''
ha. I'annoit was hire on business
" this wiyk. '" ) L "
The wmnan'i) home missionary so
tiety met with Mrs. Otis .Wednesday.
Mr. J. T. Noyew -ntertainel the la
dies aid society Thursday afternoon..
It ; was "their election of officers A fine
. hint h was served. ' ' . '
ih;u. ;MeAlliKter and family' ard
Mr?. J. t?. Overson were In Salem Wcd
?h jt,ty. r I "'"
. Johh ! t'lrlch". i Miss May Townsend
nl Mt.i LouMima llrdvn were Wil-
ifir'!Hior Sonday. LL-'" ' - 'I.. 1
Mrs. j. L. Pa I ton and children ' of
tletn, are : visiting Mrs. Patton's
inothVri Mrs. J.JC Howd. L
-Kellx-Ainorf anl family have .pcci
The regular j monthly'" business and
soU.-it meeting of the Epworth League
was held at C. R. Durfco's FriiLiy even
ing. ' i; ' ;- "
Mr. and Mrn. W. II. IT. Darby, of
KU-irt are visiting relatives. here, i.
$100.00 REWARD. .
believed that ' clrtumslances
point to th, work of an"
' ' Incendiary- .
in conoectioh with the Jjyr.ning of the
dwelling owred by Mrs. Jennie lluni-e.
r Salem, which was destroyed by, fire
on April . IMS We .wlll.4y IIP for
arrest and conviction of the guilty
ratty. ! ;" :. ; : :-.:. ' j:
Oregon Firs Relief Association.
, i j McMinnville, Oregon.
!WAN AND tiOCSB FktHT. j
WingiVa-nd welbed feet were, the
i weapons; uvl in battle to thV deith
I Mween two waterfowls in the Lincoln
Iark Zoi recently. J)ne of the flock
-of w:IM geese was killed, by a swan.
White Prlxe. the largest of the ewans.
fielded hrs powerful wings with such
force as to break 4 he neck of his feath
ered opponent. c -
The noise of the battle was like
- that of a large washing hung out in al
Indstonn. Hlow after blow fell1
upon the eivan and on the wild goo
as the powerful wings of each swept
toaeteher. A rain an A atraln her sef -
arated and then came together wltha.
rush. : In one of h?yv clashes the
swan landed a right uppercut. wing
ing his opponent J n the. neck. Then the
wild-goose fell and White Prize
swatted his fatten enemy a few more
sweeping; blows and strutted away a
conquerer, Chicago Daily News. .-
EDITORIALS OF PEOPLE
A CXJtItE3PONDE?iT COMPLAINS
-. OFTIIK IIIGIf TAXES IN ,
THIS CITY. .
(The Statesman is pleased to print
communications' upon topics- t general
interest at any time. There is scarce
ly any limit to the topics of general
interest. It Is asked only that corres
pondents refrain from personalities
and use care that nothing be; written
of a libelous or unworthy or untruthr
Editor Statesman: . 'f .'..
While professors In and professors
out, "frlenda" and patron" f t he
schools, "star; boarders J never: miss a
meaj or pay a cent." and so on. have
the schools under discussion, permit
the inquiry If Salem is never to be re
lieved -of a four per centilm tax, nearly
one-half .of which Is the,, annual ten
mills levy jby the city. and seven or
eight mills by its jschool district?
Portland's -city tax ; is tome onwthlrd
less, than Salem's, and. Its school tax
more than ! one-half less. A combined
annual levy of four per cent In Port
land would be1 a blight upon ' the
growth and prosperity, of the town, as
It Is upon Salem. New population and
business carmot be expected" -to volun
tarily go under such a-loadV There is
reason td expect that future levies of
the city will be reduced. There should
be reduction of the school 'district lev
ies also.' a there haa teen a roaurlted
increase of valuation in bothj
' Are both the Lincoln and Yew tark
schools needed? They are near to-r
gether, and -were Jo,t wisely thus locat
,edy'lt to uradoTstood that neither build
ing Is fully occupied. That the whole
Upper half of the firs is vacant
and unfinished. That the same
Is the easel with the other; with the ex
ception of !a single room. Would not
the service? be improved and made less
expensive by the completion, of one of
these buikUnga and'thje aaerging of the
two schools ln iit?r-i do not know tlnat
thl is practicable, but there should be
eome w ay jdevised to cut j down n
eight, sevea or" six mill tax. Portland's
has beerT Unusually less than three.
Satem, Ore., May 13. 1902. , . .
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. Essay on Friendship
Kd I tor Statesman: . 'j ;.f -
kme "lasinuatin' cuss" With a kiss
of Judas, this time! over the signature
,of- "'His Friend, keeps up the fight
on Professor Vodeif and start, the
falsehood 'that Professor Yoder said he
no longer wanted ..the place or would
not be an applicant for" the suicS-in-
tendency again, a yarn always stsM"ted
by friends, (?) at every; convention
when some fellow wants the nomina-
tlon against a candidate' for a second
term. - KT-- ' - ' ' '. ,
. Judas will take down his volume of
Kipling and scan '. f
-He lied amd lied ; - '
And knew he Ued" :
he will read 4f himself as others stfe
him and perhaps' the -forced sarcasm
wiltteaveJhbl!ps and the sunshine
and the truth creep into his heart.
. A HOVE BOARD.
ialem, May 13, 1902. V 7
SHE REDEEMED HER BONp.
The Times of India tells, the follow
ing story to show the character of -the
Ara or l emen, among ywnom tlrey
have been some disturbances lately: A
man of thie-Zaranikfer. who has several
times cut the new, telegraph lines, and
w ho was punished more than once, was
ugh.t on one ocasioa..by an A tab
hiek In charg of the lines. The Sheik
In tended to .send him to Meedy for im
prison menC but the wife of the ac
cuser) came in and stood as a guaran
tee of his future good behavior. The
Shiek accepted the ball and released
himj but shorty afterward he again re-
sorted to his old practice of cutting-the
wiresi and bolted lawavto another vil
lage, at a distance of one day's march,
where he had another' wife. The Sheik
then'sent for hb? first wife Who stood
security for' him, and told her he would
disgrace her among the Arabs If he
failed to bring Jn her husband. The
wormn asked the Sheik not to 'ipread
the black sheet" (ajrustom of tlw coun
try When any one fommitra breach of
trust) till the ' following rday. ' She
started that night, taking a sharp
dagger concealed in her clothes, to the'
village 'where her husband wta stay
ing.: -She found him asleep, n his aoode
and stabbed ' him. cut hlw throat and
carried his head back to her home. The
next'morningshe went to the Sheik and
presented the-heaoJ -ff rhr hu!ns ftT,
saying: : "Here Is your . critntnial, and
I am freed from the batv. Plosse do
not affix thelackLhet.V-L.onlon Daily
A MORPHINE FIEND.
Stttlng Sjgalnsi a ixst at the corner
of Market 'and Montgomery, surround
ed by a crowd that was half curious
and altogether pitying was what once
hadoecn a mart. It was just hfore II
oVJock. when the ruh of business on
the city's main artery was- at Its great
est and the sight of a poBceman with
a man In his eraw wd sufneient . to
.-'IT " ' ! i
. Sixty Yssrs of Popularity.!
is. the reronl of PalnklTler , Ptrry par-
Is), but the shoioireifull of imitations
made to sell upon the great reputa
tion of the genuine: be cautious, there
fore, when you ask for a bottle to see
that you get the genuine. ; An unfail
ing remedy for coughs, colds, bronchi
tis. : V . 1- -'i .':'( !, 1-
The girl students In arUss in sociol
ogy in Chicago Cnlyersfty have voted
that -they beWve in ctluca"tlon be
cause it nwkes the. young men neater
In dress ant more gentlemanly in be
havior; the young men have voted their
dislike for coeducation for thl same
reason. - fliu' we hve-f exhibited the
first state of mind' of the reformed to
wardthe rt former. If is not until the
reformed has grown used- to the new
life that he appreciates Its advantages.
Lt; the girls continue tbsir altruistic
work. In time they will get their re
ward. Youth's Companion. r r
licgal Blanks at Statesman Job Office
TVf O TT'il II 1 WJ
I XI II I I H H (V
. U WlAVll
Wrs.JF. Calbreath Writes
of Her Trip to Los
A PLEAi?AT TOUU THIIOfGII
OREGON' ' AN1 CAIilFORNlA
THE DELEfiATIO.VS "FROM. THIS
STATE7 TO1 THENATIONAL. FED
ERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUDiC
Mrs. T. TV Geer Is in receipt of a
moat intrest!ng letter from Mrs. Irene
Smith Calbreath. wife of Supt. J. F.
-Gal breath. Mrs. CaJbreath attended
the National Federation of Woman's
Clubs as an alternate for Mrs. er.
and In her letter she writes manv In
teresting items of her trip to sunny
Southern California. Sh says in part:
"As 1 know yott will be interested
conoeming the workings of the Nation-
al Federatlcii, I am learning all 1 can,
to be able to make an interesting re
port. - We had a lovely trip down nd
arrived Wednesdajr at 7 o'clocit a. m.
We had a. special Pullman Our aacUeJ
consisted of. Mrs. f Abigail Scott Dunf
way. honorary president of the (ire
gon Federation of? Woman's Clubs. ,
r& C. 15. Wade, president of Ore
gon Federation of Woman's Club.
State Federation Delegates.
Mrs. M. A. Dal ton. -Portland. -
Mrs. Guernsey, Pendleton. ' ,
Mrs. Calbreath.'alem (alternate for
Mrs. Governor Gefrj" i
Mrs- Sh4jford. Portland, alternate.
' Miss Kaley. Portland1, alternative.
Mrs. Marquam,f Irtland, president
Poral land Woman n"s Club. ,
Mrs. Robert M3Her, delegate frorrt
Portland AV'oman' Club. , , .
Mrs. Pritchard. delegate from Pott -
land Woman's Club. '
; City Federation.
HOyt. artM-nte for Pr:i-
(who could not at-
H. Breyman. delegate for
City Federation, j; - .
'Mrs. Harknees.i: alternate for -the
president of Albany Wpnran'a Club.
Mre. Dockery, -.from Idaho.
Mrs. r-i lecturt-r on, civic improve
ment. ' '(''
" Mrs. Hidklen. of Washington, was
to- have been of our ua-rtv, but missed
her train and carne on next day. ,
"AH delegates were instructed io
wear,' conspicuously Ikw of light bltie
ribbn..tJo cnaMei tho i chiving com
mittee to readily) diirtinguiihtliem
"Our Oregon colorK, a 'red. white and
blue ribbon, with 'Oregon' on the
white, is Also worrv. . ' ,
"The Michigan -ladies haI a .'tou'fi'
wi;ih a ribbon. The "tarter of th. !
Joining car w-antea one, Oh", you ain't
got no private partahy yougo to your
carh for your rilplo.n; Vu caln't "get
no rubin heah, tie told the other por
tcr. ' ; -i- :- . r '
"The Michigan fcidfes had a Uur8C
which was attacnedj to our train at
SacraJTienti We vLrtc(i back and foi'th
like sisters. AMrs. Fox, of Michigan, ex-plalm-d
at length to our. delegation the
matter of the 'color question." I shall
explaip when I return; "';rts too long to,
write, j Some are iir.TtEvor of 'rejrgsri
Izatio,' others are hot. I think it b-st
not atthls time, as Ihcre -enis to be
a disposition to aettleail affairs ami
cably. : ' ' I - , ' -
A president must be Vhostn. The
j favorite candidat seems u be
TXnlsonT or jew TTTork. She is now
yice-prcidentt has atbly doneX all the
work1 for Mrs. jJtwe during Mrs.
Lowe's absence In Eurbpe. Mrs-. Deck
er, of .Colorado," has - been . mentioned
a Lao. She says she is not a candidate,
but her friends are working for'Tter.
J'Mrs. Iiobert Burdette, of California,
Is a candidate, he has opend "head-'
quarters,' they say, and 1s In the race.
"The first thing we did after reeis
terlng was to procure , our 'biulfs.'
To do this w-e presentei our screxlen
tlals with . vlsltimg cards attached.
They gave me the yellow ribbon with
"alternate" printed n It. but Mrs. Wade
procured -foc-ane the silver arid blue
(Federation colors) of the 'regular
delegate.'- I should have oref erred th-
regular alternate' badge if by so doing j
I could have enjoyed your comoin-
"Oh May 1st
wan me opening -oi trve j
e? 'board' met in fore-1
noon. Regular session opened In after
noon. The flrstv evening, was .the reiru-
lac reception. Oh', the jam! ' Jra.
Duniwayf atxl I were a half hour goijie
and oneJhaif Jiours, and sotne di ! "or
get In at all. . . t
The rooms were too shall for ? he-
crowd. Lovely gowns, diamonds, tired
woman, aching feet, and smiles Xfrs.
Dunlway saiti jhe never saw - but. one
greater JarnJ ahd; that was at the Cap
itoi iri Washington on the wccasUm J
President JMcb.n Inauguration.
May -30. was the Fi?,la. The whd
city was. dH-ora ted In green, - red an l
yellow -FlestaJ- c-?rfors. I have not
time to dH-rjle 1 this n-w, lo-e'er.
VThat evening we. rrad m. fire; It-cture
an 'Assotiatlon Progress by Oeorse
Gunwton, of New York, eJftor of. th
Gunston's- Magasine.: He caH hn re
was invited to-"speak b asked "on
what eubje t?" He was told to envej
his on uhjfj-tj;liul t t"Sr In mind
he was to addresis ne of the most In
telligent and 'ehlgTvtehcdudieniek hsdl.
ever mot, ami h reallifid. his Informer
was correct. J ' ".f. ' -
I wih you tuld . sfte - the National
Federation site'd in' the AuditoVTom.
It la the most I n licet u-al foody of'"pet-
pleI have ever OKt Ni oh"? Is admit-
teJ but Club womVn srI the sieaker?
and muMoiansr, and: not of theslrt,
omh. : The pre'ident of Uerkej
College gave art ad'lrwe one a f t rn'ri-
He complimented the tidi. on th!f
,rV.'r. ysm afoi dipat,h. but said h
felt that In certicg to a'Hr-es them hr j
must bring ftis champion with hln
Stvl iointed to n aged ' white SriJfV.l
man.- -i-1 -r-' . , t "'-'""".-,;
"I wlshl oiqld rMwfnber all the d-
drrsv?. The women have studT
their subjects sad hindie them weJL
The reports of state trKidenls ,wr
fmltMl IA IhrM mlntttM rTtjlf ,-TJ r-
.k.H nff Ihs un! rr inii tir m-n Up I
Wale was a clot;- sorl. Mel i f'lii I
woman. a Sirs. J-Tanxnn irom inniant.j
but connected with the University of
Chicago. he is asking all the Club
women what each thinks is the great
est benefit that women will gain from
this great movement. 1 answered,
'suffrage.' A lady from Maine I met
oa the street car. spoke of the bnoa d-n-Irr
effect on women, bat admitted It
all pointed to suffrage. . They nmHr
all fee alike on this matter.
We do not wait for Jntro-luctlons.
The badges are enough. 'What is
your state? , Maine, New llamphir. j'
Alaska, Sw t Vork. IIiinoi. Hawaii.
All sides.' On j woman told- me., she
was front -Maine. I find .w ere ? all
alike, alt working for the bettermetit
of women. , The ' rcf ort on' economic?
wae fine; on education was good. "It is
all good. It makes one feel .Droodk to
be member of so great an organtxa
lion, hut I must curb my, enthusiasm
and close.-'.. '
'"I met Mrs. T. McF. Pattot, formerly
of Salem, yesterday. Fhe - made m,s ny
inouiries concerning Salem jteople.T'
day CSundayJ Mra Higgins, nee piPl
bert. . cailexl and took Mrs. Dunfway
and myself car riding, all over the city.
The weather waa like a perfect June
day."'- ! ; .;,..';-'. '"
"The soft Western breeze.the trool
cai follaee and' flowers,- - the sCnging
birds, the -perfum of theorange trees,
the delight of being alive, made one
feel that this is Indeed a paradise"
- Whooping Cough. ( .
i A woman : who -iiasyiiad 'experience
with this disease tells how to prevent
any dangerous consequences from It.
She says:. Our three children took the
whooping cough la.st summer, our baby
boy being only three months old, and
owing to our givjag them Chamber
lain's Coogh Remedy, they lost none of
their plumpness and cam out in much
better health than other children" whose
parents did not use this remedy. Our
oldest girl would call lustily for cough
syrup between whoopsv Jessie Plnkey
Hall, Springvllle. Ala. This remedy is
for sale by Dr. Stone's Drug Stores.
XOT1CE-OF FIJTAL. ACCOUNT.
Notice La hereby given that the un
derMgned Admlntetratrlx , of the estate
of John C. Booth, deceased, ", has here
tofore, to-.w-k, on the 5th day of May,
1?02, file her final account, as such
Adminlytrattlx. in the County Court of
Marion County Oregon: anJ that th
fa'd Court has made an-order "setting
Tuesday, June I the letdn 1902. at 10
o'clock a. m. of said day, for hearing
objections to said final account and the
settlement thereof. "'."'' -
Dated thS 7th xiay of May. 1902. "
V JEANETTE BOOTH,
, . Administratrix
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW INSURANCE DEPOSIT
B Y THE LION FIRE IN SO R- :
ANCE COMPANY LIMITED.
To Whom It May Concern:
In accordance with the requirement
of the ' laws of t the State of Oregon,
relative to insurance companies, notice
is hereby given that the LION FIRE
INSURANCE ' COMPANY. LIMITED,
of London, England, desiring to- cease
doing business within the State .of
Oregon, intends to withdraw Its depos
its with the Treasurer of said State
and w ill. If no claim , against said
Company shall be tried with the Insur
ance Commissioner Within six months
from the 24th day of January. 1902. the
same being the date of the first publi
cation of this notice, withdraw its
deposit from the State Treasurer. Y
LION FIRE INSURANCE CO r LTD
. By Wm. J. Landers, -Manager
for the Pacific Coast.
Dated at Sari Francisco, this 6th day
of Jan. 1!)2. l:23-6mo.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW INSURANCE DEPOSIT
BY TlU: UNITED STATES
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
To Whom It May Concern: 1
In accordance With the requirements
if the . laws of the hta.te of Oregon
relative to Insurance companies, no
tice is hereby giCen that the UNITED
STATES FIRE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, of New York. New York, desiring
to cease doing business within the
State of Oregon, Unlends to withdraw
its deposit with the. Treasurer ot said
Stae and w ill. If rto claim against said
Company snail De niea witn tne insur
ance Commissioner -within six months
from the 2tst day of February. .1902.
the.sambeing the date of the first
publlcatjnXof this notice, withdraw Its
uni;ted states fire insur
, i By W. W. UNDERHILL.
' . President.
Dated at New York, this 7th day of
February. 1S02V 2:21- mo.
OTICE OF FINAL SBTLLEMENT.
Notice is hereby; given that the un
dersigned has this day filed In the
County Court of the, State of Oregon,
for the County of Marion. ,h!swml . re
lrt and aceount as administrator of
the estate of S?th R. Hammer, de
ceased, and that Saturday,' the 17th
day of May. 102, at 11 o'ciotk a. m has
le.e'n fixed, bv .said court for "hearing
All persons jlntcresterl In said estale
and deirlr,g. to make objections to said
final report and act-ount are hereby re
uuiri'd ,to"ippejir In sjild 'court a,l said
day and; hour In the county court rom
In said county and. state, and show
cause,!? any there be, why said final
rej&rt "atid account 'should . not be al
lowed. ; I . -
Administrator of the estate of Seth
R.-- Hammer, 1 leased. : t
Kalm. April 15. 102. W 5wks.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOICE TO x
NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVKN that
the undersigned bs teen duly ap-1
tinteI administrator of the estate of
Thomas A-Wilson; deceased., by the
Honorable Cour.tyCVurt of the State
of Oregon for Marion tVmnty. and that
he baa duly qualified as such: admin
istrator. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby. required
to (resent thi-m ' wlth.Oiei jrojer
voutljrs, within six month from th
date fmns liotlte to the undesigned
administrator ait the office of the tu;-
trltendeat ,f the State Insane.-Av-
lum at-ftilPin, Marion County. Oregon,
Dated at " Salem. Oregon, this lltb
day of April, 1W2, ! -
J. F. CAUJREATH.
Admintstritor o: the estate of IThom-
as A. -Wilson, deceased. w isks. '
In. the County Court for Marlon Coun-
ty. Oregon, i
In phe matter of th Guardianship of
Joseph W. Kirk,. Infant Son tf Peter
Kirk, Deceased, and Matilda M. Kirk.
To the Next of Kin of Joseph W. Kirk.
' and to All Persons Interested in the
, Estate of said - Joseph W. Kirk, a
Minor: - : v ,
Whereas, on the 21st day of April, A,
D. 102, the above entitled coujrt made
an order fixing the time ami place for
the next of kin of said ward, and all
persons interested In the estate of said
minor; Joseph .W. Kirk, to appear and
show raose why a license should not
be granted to said guardianr Matilda
M. Kirk, to sell certain real estate be
longing to said ward. Joesph W. Kirk,
at private sale, of which said order the
following Is a true, full and correct
ropy, to-wit: .
I in the. County Court for Marlon Coun
1 ty,; Oregon. !-,
In the matter of the Guardianship of
Joseph W. Kirk. Infant Son iof Peter
Kirk, Deceased, and Matilda" M. Kirk,
fNow, on this 21st day of April. A.
D. 1902. this cause coming oh to be
heard upon the petition of Matilda M.
Kirkfpr an order permlttlmi her to
sell at private sale, as guardian, the
following real property ( belonging to
the estate of said minor, Joseph W;
Kirk, to-wlf: A one-ninth interest in
ajl decedent's, (Peter Kirk's) undivided
One-third interest In a' certain six acre
tract of land, at Russellvllle. - Multno
mah county, Oregon, appraised at
I1SS.90: . and particularly described as
an undivided one-half interest in' the
following tract: Beginning ati a stake
11.66j chains west along the base line
and 13.65-100 south of the northeast
corner of section fouri (4) ln:T. 1, S.
R. 2 EL,., of the Willamette .Meridian:
running thence south 751 '4,-10 feet
more or- less to a stake in the north
line of the Benj. Sarr D. L, C, and
distant 510 f?et west of the Northeast
corner of said' Starr D. L, Cf'. thenc
north 89 degrees 51 mln. west along
the north line of. said Starr i"laim S2
11-100 feet more 'or lesa to Ja stake,
thence north and parallel with the east
line of the traot herein decHbed 749
feet more or less to a stake: thence
east and parallel with. the base line
682 11-100 feet more or less to the place
of beginning, containing 11 - 75 - tOOi
acres .more or less. Also the following:
Commencing at a point ,19 48-100
chains west of the northeast torner of
the Benj. StarrD. L. C, theme west
along the north line of Said Claim 7.S7
chains;' "thence south '! 2.33 1 chains:
thence east 7.98 chalnai.iluhce north
"2.32 chains to the place of beginning.
containing 1.84 acres of land, more or
less,, together with the. tenements and
hereditaments ' and ' appuHenances
thefeunto belonging, or in anywise ap
pertaining, situate in Multnomah
county, Mutate of Oregon. ." f
Also the one-ninth interest In and Ito
the following described premises: . To
hundred acret of the Home Farm of
Peter Kirk, deCeaseti,in Maiii n county,
Oregon, to be divided and measured
o(T. the same by line drawn east and
west across sjild frm parallel to the
f north line of said farm, as near as may
be done in order to seVoff th said 200
acres; said home farm being Specifical
ly des-rlbed "as follows: Nltegihning at
the northesrst corner of the St. I'aul
Catholic Mission Claim 2.t chains
weit of the-" southeast corner ( section
18,' 111 . T! w iishl p . 4 South, Range 2
West i and runnlng-(hen.v saulh.18 3-4
degrees; : east 45.68 chal,na, n nil north
44.60 chains; ami west iS'J.ps! chains
south. 284 degrees,Jwest 40.10chalns;
ahd south -6614 degrees, , ast 27.23
chains, and north 2"6 degi-eps, east
7,75 chains, an1 south 88 34 degrees.
east to the place of beginning; contain? I
Ing 378 acres, more' or less, and being a
part of the Donation Claim. 'No. 61, in
Township 4 South, ILtnge 2 West, as
designated upon the map of public sur
veys, all situate In Marion. count, Ore
on ;,'-v : ,-.. ( ; - , :, .
Also a one-ninth Interest, in a certain
warehouse and Weighing sea les, in St.
Paul; Marion county, Oregon,' which
were devised and bequeathed to R E.
Kirk by Peter Kirk. . decea,sed. j and
which. were appraised at the sum of
25.0-4n the settlement of Wal.d estate.
It is considered and ordered by the
court, that the21.t day of May, 1902.
be lixetl as the tlre for hearing said
tetItion, and that said guardian eviuse
to be published fn the Weekly- Oregon
Statesman for three successive weeks,
a Copy of this ordeT dlrectijng the next
of kin of si;d ward and ail irsms (In
terested in the estate of siJ ward to
appear before this court onj the said
21st day of May, A. D. 1902. t 2 o'clock;
p. m. of . said nay, to show ra use why
a license should not be gran tied to said
guardian Matilda M. Kirk to sell said
described real estate belonglfig to said
ward Joseph W. Kirk, at irjvate sale,
f JOHN II. SCOTT. '
' : County Judge.
Now therefore. In the name of the
state of Oregon you and each of you
are hereby required to, appear in the
county court f the state of Oregon for
the county of Marlon, at the court
rom thereof. In the county court house
at Salem,' In the county of Ma Hon, state
of Oregon, on Wednesday, thp 21sLday
of May, A D. 1902. at 2 o'clok p. m.
of said day; Ihn and therf show
cause, if any there be. why" the prayer
of the petit. on of Matilda M. Kirk shall
mri uegrnnira, (ifriniiiirin ii-r un guar-i
dfan of the i-rsin and estate fof Joseh
W. Kirk, a. minor, to sell the real prfi
erty descrlbel In said order.
WitnessT the lion. John II. Sctt.!
Judire of the county court f the Htat
of (r-gon for the c-ountyr rf Marlon
with-seal of said -court affixed this 21st
lay of A plil. A. IX 1 !02.
Attest: W, W. II ALII
tSewL) . aerk.
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The Statesman Pub. Co. has on hand
several hundred; coxites of theltREOON
CONSTITUTION.. The price is IB centil
each: as long as they last.
WANTED Eggs and fmn( rbr butler.
pay higbet mark prp-e ja4h.
lern t'rfstmvry Co.
235 C'Wrer lat
FOB. SALE -Or trade, for k
workbfrse. 51 tteaf of t'ut m. II
ier,-vg miiT sown or ryrin
WANTED Flvf good wok1;4o
cut fir, ashyand oak grub;
Si per cora for cutting, h
II. W Murpby, - Indep'td
b'KED BARLEY Have seed balrley for
stle Call at sh-ifT's o(Ti te or farm
on Howell Prairie. F. XV. Durbln. iT-
ALL KINDS OF DIMENSIONS An 1
' dressed lumber constantly kept on
hand. IU1U fUledr on hort 1 notice.
S.. IS. Kaufman's Saw Mill. 3 nvUi
east of Brooks, i ,
ASSAY ER.- WE DO A GENERAL
vjissay business.? Prices . resonabl
and satisfaction TUAianteetl. I M.
Onnsby. 1S4 Court street, next to
Rodgtrs bok -bindery. -; -' " '
IIKTORT CARDS-Our school reiort
cards aie pri tiled to - fit- the school
register. The prices are: Twelve
cards for 10 cents; twenty-tlve for -0
cents; j one ' hundred; or 73 cents.
Statesman Publishing t Saient,
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MONET TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
. farms and city roperty at per cent
, per annum r n eommission. Please
call oii or address Eugene Breyman.
Remember the place. 270 ,Connicr
:clal street, one 4ooxnorth' of Statcs
nun oCTee. - -'- V: '"
NOW Is a good time to bring In
your machinery ait hAe your repair
ing Hi done. Casting, iron and brass,
furnished tt short notice. Cine boiler
and 4-horse engine complete for sale
cheap. E. M. KIGIITLINUER
Phone 2931 "i 208 Liberty St.
FOR HAND MADE barnesaj rle
tiest on the Saleut market, go to F. E..
SUA PER. Cotnmefda! street. soiMh ofr
Rush's Hank. Also a fulljlne of snl-
dies, whlr?Tole od airadjustments
for the hors;; to select from. Our
prices and our quail ties, are the Iteras
that lrlng tin our eTcr-liicT-easIng tradi1: :
When In Svak'iu doo't 'forsvt to call
ami see us.
PUBLIC SALE-r-Of fine high grad
Jersey cows at J.-B. Iarkrs f.trm.
' two miles east of Independence, in
' Marlon coun ty Wed nesdry; May 2 1 st . j
ommen;iJ)g. at -1ft - m. ,20 hravl of
milch cows, some , with calves, also
several, heifors. msm ; separator.
Rabcbck milk tester,, span horses,
weight, 2900 pounds. Ion't miss it.
J. F. anJ J. D. Oood. auctioneers.
- CAJUUAaE AND BUGGY PAINTING
We do first-class work at reasona
ble prices. Frank Dlmlck, over
Pohle & iashop's shop, corner Liberty
6nd Ferry streets. V '
OSTEOPATH yDUS. WTCKMPF &
ALBRIG1 IT Twent y mon t ha gr s 1 u
atei.of the Amerlcnn Si-holl of Ostco- ,
pathy and A. T Still Infirmary; . Dr
Wyckoff Is the only gentleman grad-
uate of osteopathy In Salem. I'rac-tit-e
established in Salem since, li:.
Hours to 4. Ihne Main 2721. Odd
ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE.
ESTABLISHED IN- lNStj. Only com-
plcte of b'stroct liooks In Marion
county, Oregon, Concerning titles
consult us. Silc.tn Abstract ana.
Land Vat.. Salem. Oregon. F. W.
Waters. Secretary and .Manager.
DR. C. GEE WO,
Tfala wonderfid Chl
heiMt dodor Is called
great because he
cures people without
Operation that are
Riven up to die. lis
cares with thote
wonderful - thinei
hertts, roots, buds,
bark -slid vcsetableit,
that are entirely un
known -to medieat sctnre In this country. ,
ThrouKb tbuef ihetie tiMrtnltms remn
dies, this tamnnm doctor knows the nct.a
of -over VM -different rmwlles which he'
successfully uses In- different diwnni'i.
II guarantees to cure catarrti.' ant tuna,
tutor, throat. .rhTHnfsm. - iwrvwinnmrn,
,antach. liver. kllin-y. bladder, female'
lra.Mlle..iot msnhofKl; sll rlvt illm-BMi
hsii hundreds of testimonials. Charye
Call and se hlrn. Consultation free; !
Uents nut of the ctty write fr blank, tn1
ctrelr. Knriow Mimn jKddrenn Thi t:.
iee Wo Chinese ftledtcine Co . IXi't Third
Street. Portland, Oregon. Mention II-Is
paper. '' .
In Every Print
Shop There Is
to Pay .....
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and besides him. we hare to pay
a force of over 40 men, who are
employed In t be several depart-'
nientji ofTnir eatabllsbment In
prim lug of various kinds. Erery
thing printed, here, from a rail
ing card to a newspaper. , Will
you liefome onejof our mtrona
ami help to promote home manu
OPifCE. Main 2041
by. having eastings 4J:!e right -hwrs.i
Foundry hewjy eipjed for work, i
or brass. OUJt WHIlH.
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For ale'-t horse power Kpr ague e!e.
trie in'jtor. ,: -i. ' -
salem inoTi mus
I" (JAMES OI LL.
JIVovcn Wire fencing
Jul arrived. Io carloads of fl I i an4
lawn fencing. I I'oultry ftn' it,g a ste
clalty. Send for catalogue. sbd' prl'..-J.
-., WALTER, MORI. EY,
3 State. Str-et. Salem-
The .registration for y(ar
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