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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, FRIDAY, MAY 23. 1502.
Conditions Have Not Been
Very -. Favorable Re
THERE HAS BEEMTOO MUCH
WET WEATHER ' AND - FALL
WHEAT LOOKS YELLOW AND
SICKLY IN THE WILLAMETTE
VALLEY. I ' f
-The following Is the weekly crop bul
letin for . the week ending " May ,20th,
i&sued by the Weather Bureau at
Portland: j '
I The past week has 'been unseasonably
cool and ' cold,( Jocal rains , have - oc
curred almost daily In the western' part
of "the state, and showery conditions
prevailed generaHy east of the Cascade
mountains. jAv sharp .frost occurred
Monday morning in Southern: Oregon,
"and the indications are' favorable for
frost again on Tuesdaymorning, in all
exposed localities, except near the
.coast., . . j -. - : .
; The maximum, or day temperatures
in Western pregonr ranged between 52
degrees andL72 degrees, and the mini
mum, or night temperature between
40 degrees and! 53 degree. In Eastern
Oregon the maximum temperatures
ranged between 48 degrees and! 78 de
grees and the minimum temperatures
between 34 degrees and 56 degrees.
Both fall and spring wheat continue
to make -satisfactory progress, except
on low and poorly drained land) in IKe
Willamette valley, where the fall wheat
kt-eps yellow and has a sickly appear
ance. It! is thought now that some o
this yellow wheat will not mature and
that it will later be cut for fodder,
Complaints are also being made that
in X'matUla jpounty the fall wheat Is
unssually weedy. Fait rye and barley
are beginning; f.o head. Oats are doing
nicely, and grass of all kinds is making
a luxuriant growth. , - t .j.
Gardens are . uacKward and vry
weedy. The cool," wet weather has re
tarded the growth of tender vegetables,
but potatoes seem to te doing fairly
welL i Potato and corn rJantinsr is pro
gressing as rapidly as possible, and the
early planted fields have come up nice
ly. Hops are also in a promising con
dition and the vines1 now reach above
the tops of the poles. v V
The weather has been unfavorable
for tree fruit and. the reports regarding
the condition of prunes and pears, are
very, conflicting. Italian prunes will
be a total failure in some orchard in
the central portion of the valley, while
in other orchards the prospects . are
.favorable for f ronv half to a Jfull crop;
Bartlett pears will be short, but cher
rl and Petite prunes ire promising.
ii is iuo eariy to ieu mucn amut ap-
ples, but the reports so far are favora-
v .v ia w.vuiaw Mini at ma; cr. u
yaverage crop will be obtained. Shraw-toerries-are
doing wetland the first ripe
Oreg&h berries of the season were mar
keted from Hood River during the lai
Ur part of the I week.
Bay City1, Tillamook county, Joseph
J. Dawson. Th!s has been a week of
inter weather; rain more or less
every day; trie temperature has bet n
mild. Crops in. the ground' generally
have made rapid growth. Late a,pples
trees are 'all in full bloom, except the
Norhern Spy, but owing to the
amount of rain, the- pollen icing- of the
fiuit is being stopped or destroyed In
CtM.equence of the bees not working
In the cold and rain washing the poHn
out of the blossoms: No garden work
done;, a large amount of late plowed
ground, is too wet for seeding.
Ternpreton, Coos county, Andrew Ol
son Southerly winds with mild tem
perature. Planting delayed -; by fre
quent showers. Crass not advanced be
cause of previous cold weather. Fruit
prospects good. - .
Wl LLAM ETTB VALLEY.
Mist. Columbia county: J. W. Jones
The week has been a rainy one. Grain
is about alt f in; not many potatoes
planted yet.: Grain ami grasses look
fairly well. Cattle commencing to look
well. , J.
Lent's, Multnomah countyTC. F. Zln-
ser Monday andi Tuesday of this week
were fair and warm, after which show
cry conditions again prevailed! Weeds
are getting the upper hand of the gar
rfpns. and berries aire slow to mature.
Italian prunes are fallimr to an alarm
Ing extent, also cherries 4n some or
chards, while others seem more favora
ble. Spring; and fall grain look well
Pedee.- Polk county, C. W. Pagett-s-
-ool. cJoudy weather, with dally : rains
werethe weather features durinjr the
week." Hop land istoo we to cultivate,
though the yards are clean of weads,
and the vines are growing rapidly; no
missing hills to speak of. Grain ar.d
grass shows gradual improvement. Po
tatoes are doing well, Gardens rather
iow. pasture atbxmdant, and all stock
in good condition; " : ,
Tangent; Linn county, J. Hi Scott--
The past week has been quite wet. On
Tuesday evening a heavy- hair-storm
passed over here: the hall was one-
half inch i 1n diameter, and -out off
leaves of the trees and 'beat the young
grain Into the groundL There Is still
number of farmers "behind with their
spring work: . Grain looks quite well,
but needs more sunshine. Fruit trees
nave dropped their blooms. .... At this
time the ground is too wet to work.
COLUMBrA RIVER VALLEY.
Peidlefton. " UmatIHa . county, II. J.
Taylor-A week of fine growing weath
er. Reseeded wheat looking wellj fall
owni wheat -reported to be very weedy.
Italn.fell on the 14th and heavy rain
occurred n the 16th. Summer fallow
ing mostly dtne Gardens doing welL
Fruit all rfght yet. Pasture getting
good. Stock Improving. --.. :- T
Hood River, Wasco county, G. J.
GesslingThe past week has toeen cool
and rainyl fftrawberries Just commenc
ing ;to ripen; first shipments made on
the 15th. i Hay and1 fruit prospects ex
cellent.: 7:fv 1 ;
Lexington, Morrow county, Edwin R.
Beath Weather warm and wet; vege
tat ion thriving remarkably. Some ear
ly planted potatoes one foot high.
Clehdale, Douglas county, Mrs. Fan-
e MillerThe oast week lux hn
cool, with showers on each day. Fall
wheat doing well, ami spring wheat
coming, up nicely. Gardens, are back
ward; warmer author ta nuf hazi
ly. Fruit Is not damaged yet. Apples
are cropping their bloom. : Range
stock Is doing -well. '.
TaWe Rock. Jackson raunlv V. TT
Davis The weather, during the past
week has been- cool and windy,? with
light Showers, but not. enoue-h rain ta
do any good); wheat is looklngjwell, but
ii is too cool for corn ana garden stuff
to make much growth.: -i s ;
. PLATEAU REGION. T
Lft Grande. ITnion ' onnntr' "XST" V
Gekeler Crops are growing welL We
nave, naa some gooa rams: fall wheat
ana auaiia are making good advnee
ment: snrincr rraineomin' nn nimi
Fruit trees 1 blooming, with prospect
lavoraoie. eiignt rrost Thursday n.gbt.
Fotao planting well along. ,-. I
From Chemistry Department
; of the State Uni
; versity ;
OTHER i MEMBERS OF THE
FACULTY WIIiL. FOLLOW AS A
RESULT; OF A LACK OF HAR
MONY AMONG OFFICERS OF
THAT INSTITUTION. ,
EUGENE, Ore., May 26. Dr. Lach-
man, head of the i Department of
Chemistry at the State University, has
tendered his resignation. It is said that
two more members of the faculty will
soonr follow. It is generally believed
that the upheaval is the result of the
lack of harmony between the regents
and the faculty. v r
OF ASSAULT UPON ELI MORTI-
CON IN O'DONALD'S COURT
, i YESTERDAY." .
!- The case, of 'the state of Oregon,
plaintiff, ' vs. Harry Clark, defendant.
came up for hearing in Justice O'Don-
ald's court V yesterday afternoon and
was tried before a Jury" composed of
the following named1 gentlemen:. J. A.
Baker, B.;C. Patton, J. M. Bigler, A.
D. Palmer and C M. Epley. This was
the case in which Clark (not Alexander
as stated in yesterday morning's pa
per) was accused of having committed
the crime of asault and battery upon
the person of Eli Morgison, on the steel
bridge last Sunday evening. T A num
ber of witnesses were examined after
which the; case was submitted to the
Jury and ! that ;body after a few mo
ment's' deliberation brought in ver-
dSct of guilty. The defendant was
flnedl $20 bv the court which he paid.
. Deputy ! Prose'cutlng Attorney C. L
McNary appeared for the state and
Frank. Holmes for the defendant. . .
IN SUPREME COURT
ONLY TWO MINOR ORDERS MADE
IN CASES PENDING. "
" Minor orders Were made by the Su
preme Court yesterday, as follows:
B. H. Winchester, et at, respondent,
vs. Huldah E. Hoover,, et aL, defend
ants: ordered on etiDulatlon that res
pondents have until August L 1902, to
serve' andi file, their brief herein,
i German Savings & Loan Society, res
pondent, vs. Sarah M. Kern, adminis
tratrix, appellant; ordered1 on motion
that appellants have until June i. urrz,
to serve and .'file her brief, herein. ; x
A GREAT BUSINESS v.
LIFE INSURANCE; MONEY PAID
IN UNITED STATES AND j
- IN OREGON.
The Insurance Press, ; of . New York,
In Its May; issu?. publishes a table
showing the amount of Insurance paid
by the life insurance companies .In the
United States In 1901. The payments
In- Oregon were as follows:
AShland. . J. ...... ' . . 12,891
Astoria.. .. 13.623
Baker City. . .. .. 11,000
Cascade Locks ,.. . . . 4,201
Oenterville, . .. -V .... 1.47
Corvallis .L .. .. i-J.'-. ... .00
Dallas .- 4... .::.f... 7.000
Echo .. .. ,T .. . .. 2.715
Erwln .. .,. I .500
Eugene.. 4. .... 16.000
Hillsdale. J .00
Hood River .. .. .. - 385
HunUngton,. .. ..V. !...., .. .233
Lake View .. .. .. 10.000
Linn County . 3.860
McEwen..!..' . .... . ..... 4.000
Mt. Tabor;., j . .... i . .... . 3.000
Nehalem. J ...'..........".., .3.289
Newport.. .. .i 290
Oregon City.. .. .. i. .. 9.00H
Pendreton. .. .. .. 10,054
Phoenix,.).. . . 3,000
Pinevllle .. i ! 2.180
Salem..;.! ...... ..... .., 9.000
Seaside.,. 1. ...... ; ...... . . i 5.600
Sheridan. I ......... ..;. .00
Suver.. . ... '. 3,336
The Dalles. . . . . ." . . ;.;..-. 8,656
Tualatin..;..:...- ' 3.000
Industrial !.. .. .. 3.08
Unclassified.. .... .28,521
Total.. . ..'-....1 .'.'.. 3683,736
TV,, total for' the f. whole United
States was 3217.162.530. This was an
Increase of 320.000.000 over 1900. 1 xnis
does not include the payment by fra
ternal societies- not wHh a national
reputation and business. it ta proDaoie .
that the grand total would mount up
to 3300,000,000.- This is for life Insur-
ance only, and does not include acci- j
dent and sick benefits, nor payments (
on account of deaths by accident." J
Great is the life insurance business f
of the United States. ; . I
To Be Held at Turner Today
. and Tbmcnw
AN INTERESTING , PROGRAM TO
BE RENDERED I DELEGATES
FROM -ALL OVER THE COUNTY-r-
A" IECTURB, TO
The annual ytf. C T. !U. Convention.
which will be held at Turner this yean
will conyene today and continue until
tomorrow afternoon. Delegates are ar
riving from all parts of: the countr and
the occasion promises to be most Inter
esting, beneficial and eintertaining and
an elaborate program has been prepar
ed.' The most important 'numbers on the
) ' Wednesday Afternoon
1 :20 Devotional services. , President
2:00 President's address.
2:40 "Labor Christian Citixenship."
Mrs. Mary Rice, -of Rosedale. ;
2:45 "Sabbath Observance," Mrs.
Mary Ames, of Woodbarn. i
2:50 "Law Enforcement,"! Mrs; E.
b. Stout. ' . I:
3:00 "Purity In Literature and Art,"
Mrs. Clara Stroud,' of 'Turner. : r
3:10 "Union Signal of Northwest
Whrte Ribbonexs," Mrs. M. E. Illldge
of Hubbard... i . ,
3:20 "Scientific Temperance Instruc
tlon," Mrs. L. 1l. Jones, of Salem.
, Evening Exereissa '
8:00 Music.'. '"-"
Address of. Welcome! Mrs. Ora H. A.
Reponse, Mrs. Roby "Stroud.
Medal contest. i '
Vocal solo. Miss Jennie Geining. " ; !
10:0 Press Work. Mrs. L. B. Geer.
10.10-Jail. and Prison, Mrs. J. D
Lee. .v''.:.:- -'A
10:20 Anti Narcotls, : Mrs. Llzsie
Hoskins. ; .
10:30 Franchise, Mrs. Mary Rampv
10:35 L. Y. L., Mrs; Dora Corby.; ?
10:45 Literature, Mrs. S: E, Pir-er.
10.55 Flower Mission, Mrs. Hat tie
Coulsen. -' ' 4 ?
11:00 Medal Contest ; Work, -Mrs
Julia Jones. " -I, -j ; ;
' Thursday Aftsrnoon.
2:10-Parlor.Work. Mrs.. Agnes Jones.
3:15 Peace, and Mercy, Mrs. Carrie
Chapel. - .- -. -
2:25 Election of officers. 1
3:15 Report of Resolution Commit
tee.-, - f'-'f" -r.-j' " -;
Thursday E vening. -
8:00 Music, Male quartet !
Lecture. "The Hnmi With Daughters
But No Sons." Rv. 'Iwitt H. ?rd,-r-
Vocal solo, Mrs. W,
DESERTED WOMAN ASKS
RELIEF FROM THE
; COURT. !
In department No. jt of the Circuit
Court for Marion county; yesterday
Mrs. Mettle Davis filed a complaint
asking for a divorce from her husband.
Frank P. Davis. The complaint al
leges that the parties were majyled in
Indiana about ten years ago and that.
the defendant ' deserted ythe plaintiff
about a year ago. It also states that
there are . three minor children, all
boys, aged 8 7 and C, years, respect
tlvely, and that they are Snow In the
care and custoOy of thtjlr legal gari-J-
latner, cmos rxesnadi, wno nas nereto-
care and custody olj their guardian
dlan, and plaintiff asks that they be al
lowed to remain wifh him. The de
fendant has been in Alaska most of the
time In recent yearsj but was in Sart.
Francisco during the past winter.
Bonham & Martin appear as attorneys
for the plaintiff.
HELD MEETING LU.ST NIGHT AND
- ELECTED SEVERAL -
The Capital . City Improvement
League held a called meeting in the
police court room of j the city hall last
night over which president Georare G.
Bingham . presidelii. As the League
has not got in working order yet the
meeting was devoted almost entirely
to the transaction off business before
It. The constitution and by-laws were
taken apV discussed, amended and
adopted. -, ... . - . . :
George Oi " Bingham was made .per
manent s president, -and ,j Mrs. R. S.
Bean, first vice-president and Mrs. E.
M. Vandarvert, second vice-preskient.
The general committee as selected at
the first meeting was resolved into a
committee upon solicitation- of mem
bership. " '
FRUIT NEAR STAYT0N
;, . .
SOME DAMAGE; DONE TO PRUNES
AND CHERRIES. BY THE
. " " LATE RAINS.. . ( 'i -
STAYTON. May 21 The prevailing
cold rains are doing considerable dam
age to the fruit crop in this vicinity.
Prunes and; cherries seem to be more
materially affecfted although it Is gen
erally believed' the entire fruit family
will be injured
' The county candidates and campaign
speakers will be In Btayton this even
ing on their round of campaign work
in this county. .-."" . . i...
The arrival of a ten pound baby by
Is the rause of much rejoicing In the
borne of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Fisher.
The little stranger mad3 -his appear
ance' on Sunday. May 18th. Mrs, Fish
er and the babe are improving un-lerl
the careful reatment of Dr. J. M. Kit
chen, w' while Joe stand around whisp
ering "Papa to himself, jiret tosse how
musrical H sounds. ,
Mr. WlSsoii, of Chicago, Illinois, one
of the "big guns" of the Socialist
parly, addressed a large and attentive
audience at the "Daisy" halL on Tues
day evening. Mr. Wilson is an able
rpeaker and presents his Ideas is i
clear concise manner.
Mr. and Mm. John UdCror. of Mc
Coy, are guests at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Joseph KUber since
Fred Rock and E. T-Matthieu were
looktnar after political interests in the
lower end of the county lost week. -
Arthur Elder, who has been an em
ploye at the Saginaw mills for the past
few months is visiting his parents in
this city. - " . . , - , -
A. Lv Shreve, electrical engineer at
the Reform School, spent Sunday with
his family in this city. v ;
, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Titus, of Klng-Mon,-passed
through this city Tuesday
morning, en route to the Capital City.
RevvGoode entertained a good sized
audience at ,. the Christian church in
this city Saturday evening with an
able talk on the 'evils of intemperance.
Canvass Now In Progress by
Warion County Can
didates HAS jPROVEN OP GREAf VALUE
L. TO j THE;" REPUBLICAN PATITY
THE REPORTS BROUGHT- IN
FROM STUB SCENES OF THE
BATTLE INDICATE uOQD WORK.
The joint canvass of the epubllcan
and Democratic county candidates In
Marlon county. Is going merrily on.
and it appears from .the "reports re
ceived from the front, that the Repub
lican ! speakers have a decided advan
tage over their Democratic opponents.
The report from the meetings at Aums
ville at 10 a. m. yesterday, and Sub
limity at 2 p. m., were very satisfac
tory. At both -places excellent audi
ences were secured, and- while the
Democrats had- hoped to make their
largest gains here, the sympathies of
the audiences were decidedly ,4n favor
of the Republican candidates for the
several "offices. -At night a big meeting
was held, at Stayton;-.and the day's
program was there repeated with the
same results as shown at the other two
At the rate that gainK have thus far
been made by the Republicans in the
joint canvass, the candidates of that
party 'may Teel certain that" If they
continue their good work, '.there will
never again the suggestion be made
that Democrats can .be-' elected in to
office In Marion county.'
Thursday, May 22 Gates, 1 p. m.
Mehama, 8 p. m. ?
AT GRAND ENCAMPMENT
ODD FELLOWS ELECT FULL
STAFF OF OFFICERS AT
NEWPORT: . ,
NEWPORT. Or., May 20. Grand
Encampment I. O. O. F., elected; the
following officers: , j '
fr.i Stewart, Portland, - Grand
patriarch. . '- ..'
T. . F.'- Howard, Pendleton, Grand
Wm. Greet, Eugene, Grand Senior
Warden. " ..V
E. E. Sharron, Portland. ' Grand
Scribe. ; -
, B.: B. Miller, Portland. -Grand Treas
Claud Gatch, . Salem, Grand J unior
Warden : ;-'.-:
Thosv F. Ryan, Oregon City, Crand
Q. A. Sinks, Portland, Grand Mar
shal. - '' .
W.E. Cunningham, Canyon ; City,
Grand SentlneL 'J
J.'H. Penn. Grand Outside Sentinel.
A QUICK CURE FOR BEE- STINGS.
First pull the sting from the flesh,
thenj bruise the fresh leaves of the
common weed known as'vervaln and
rub the wound well with them, after
whfch. , bind to it a plaster of the
crushed leaves ; wdl moistened. This
will j prevent swelling and ease the
pain. Vervain may be used in Us dried
state by steeping the leaves 1n hot
water. Jt is gathered In September. by
negro nurses in the) South, and hung
up to dry for winter use.- Ladles
Home Journal. .
"i ? - - ; ; : - ;
M j; LIKE SUCCESS."
The Oregon Fire Relief Association
has been a success ever since It began
business in January, 1895,' and Is now
growing faster than ever before.
Its annual report of December 31,
1901, shows a net gain In amount of In
surance In force of $2,628,787, which is
50 per cent more than the net gain of
any previous year. It paid 125 losses
during the year .amounting to 823,600.
It Is strictly a "mutual Institution
which furnishes the best of '
' Firs Insurance at Cost.
For further particulars, address A. C
Chandler, secretary, s McMinnville, Or
eRon, or If you -reside In Marlon county,
call on or address H. A. Johnson,
(agent) Salem,; Oregon.
The Finest Fabric.
made, by human skill ia .coarse com
pared v with . the lining, of the bowels.
When this tender membrance Is Irri
tated we have griping pains, diarrhoea
and cholera morbus.. Whatever the
cause of the trouble, .take Perry Davis
Painkiller according to the directions
with; each bottle. The traveler in all
climates carry the Painkiller. In their
gripsacks. :. Large bottles 25 and SO
cents. .; .s: '
- There were but ; two deeds filed In
the Marion county ; recorder's office
yesterday the " total consideration
amounting In the aggregate to 81910.
as follows: . " . .-.
C. L'Royer and wife Xo John Hoff, ,
lots 10. 11 and 12 in Sunnyside .
Fruit Farm No. t w. dU. 31390
O. B. Thoniron-and wife to Elsie
Strang and Elsie Strang, tract
of land in Woodburn, w. d. 600
The Statesman Pub. Co. has on hand
several hundred copies of the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The jirlce Is 10 cents
each as long as they last.
WANTED Eggs and
Ice cash, I Ra
pay highest marke
lem Creamery Co
WANTED Five good w
cut fir, ash and, oak
grub; ; Willi pay
81 per cord for cutting.
II. W. Mrphy,
Independence, i Ore
SEED BARLEY Have
Weed barley for
sale. Call at .sheriffs
office or farm
on Howell Pralrle.F,
lem. Oregon. '
W. Durbln, Sa-
LOST A cloak, botUe
rolled up In brown
Salem and Aumsville,
return to this offloe.
ALL' KINDS OF DIMENSIONS And
hand. Dills filled on
MUL 3 miles
S. H. Kaufman's Saw
east of Brooks.
ASSAYER. WE DO JA GENERAL
assay business. . Prices resonable.
and satisfaction guaranteed;
OrmsbyL 134 Court Istree
RodgeraT book bindery.
REPORT CARDS-rOur school report
cards &re printed to
register. The prices
fit the 'school
cards for 10 cents; twenty-five for 20
cents; one hundred
for 75 cents.
Publishing Cow Salem.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and city roperty at 6 per cent
, per annum; no commission.: Please
-call on or address Eiigene Breyman.
; Remember the placfe, 270 Commer
cial street, one door north of States
NOW I a good tiine to bring In
your machinery fad have your, repair
ing all done. Castings, I icon and brass,
furnished on short not fee. One boiler
and 4-horse engine . colmplete for sale
cheap. V E. M. KIGHTUNGER.
Phone 2933. " 208 Liberty St.
FOR HAND MADE: harness, the
besrt on the Salem market, go to F. Ii
SHAFER, Commercial! street, south of
Bush's Bank. Also a full line of sad
dles, whips, robes and j all adjustments
for the horse to select from. Our
prices and our qualities are the Items
that brine us our ever-increasing traae,
When in Salem don't forget to call
and see as. -
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY PAINTING
We do first-class work at reasons-
ble prices. Franlk Dlmick; over
.Pohle & Bishops snob, corner Liberty
and Ferry streets. i
DR. M. T. SCHOETTLE. GRADUATE
lot American School of Osteopathy.
KJrksville, Mo. Office In Tioga block,
over the pa,. Office hours from"8:30
4o 11:30 and 1 to 4
WYCKOFF - &
ates of thir America
Scholl of Osteo-
pathy and A. T. Stll
Infirmary, " Dr.
Wyckoff is the only
uate of osteopathy
n galem. Prac
tlce established In S
lem since 1899.
Hours 9 to 1.4. Phon
Main 2721. Odd
Fellows Temple.. -
ABSTRACTORS' OF TITLE.
ESTABLISHED IN 1S80. Only com
plete set of abstract books In Marlon
. county, Oregon. O )ncernln titles
consult os. Salem Abstract ans
Land Co.. Salem. Oregon. F. W.
Waters, Secretary And Manager.-
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is hereby given that the tin-
dersigned Administratrix of the estate
of John C. Booths detleased. has hereJ
tofore. to-twit. pn the Btb day Of May,
1902, Sled her . final account, as sucn
Administratrix, in the County Court of
Marlon Onuntv. Oresrdn: ml that the
said Court has made jan order! setting
Tuesday, June the lJth; 1902. at 10
o'clock a. m. of said way, for ihcarlng
objections to said final account and the
settlement thereof. r i- '
Dated this 7th day of May. 1902.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW INSURANCE DEPOSIT
. BY THE LION FIRE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY. LIMITED.
To Whom It May Concern: i
In accordance with the requirements
of the laws of ; the State of j Oregon.
relative to Insurance ;pmpanles. notice
is hereby given that the LION FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY. LIMITED,
of London, England, desiring to cease
aoing ouaineu .wumn me oii 01
Oregon. Intends to withdraw Its depos
it with the Treasurer of aid 8tate
and will. If no claim against said
Company shall be filed 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.
LION FIRE INSURANCE CO.. LTX.
By Wm. J. Landers.
Manager for thie Pacific Coast.
Dated at San Francksco, tbl 6th day
of Jan. 1902. I l:25-mo.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW INSURANCE DEPOSIT
BY; THE .UNITED STATES
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
To Whom it May Conjeern:
In accordance with
of the laws of the
State of ; Oregon.
relative to -insurance companies; no
tice Is hereby given tihat the UNITED
STATES FIRE INSURANCE jCOMPA
NY, of New York. New York, desiring
to cease doing business within, the
State of Oregon,- intends to withdraw
its deposit with the Treasurer of said
State and wilt.' If no claim against said
Company shall be fited with the Insur.
ance Commissioner within six months
from the 21st day of February, 1902.
the came being' the Idate of the first
m, GEE ii
This wonderful Clil
nes aoctor l csiwd
great beoauM b
cures people without
operation that are
given up to (lie. lis
cares with j those
herbs, roots, bmls,
bark and vrsUbli'-s
that are. eitirelyvn-
knowi to snedleal science ta this country.
Through the-u ;f tbe harmless reme
dies, this fimont; doctor knows the actios
of over diflerent remedies which h
succesafuity uses in different dinease.
He guarantees to cure cataxrn, aKtunia,
Mac throat, rhenmatism. nervousness.
tomacn. iiver. aioaey. Dimuer. lonww
trouNe, I net manhood, all private
haa hundreds of testimonials. Charre
Call and see Wm. Consultation rree. -
tlenta out of the city write for blank ami
clrcuVir. Kncloae ntarhp. Addrenx The C
Oee Wo ChlneM Medlctne Co.. 1XH Third
Street. Portlands Oregoa. Mentlua tH
In Every Print
Shop There Is
The Devil -
and beside him, we have to pay
a force of over 40 men, who axe
employed la the. several depart
ments of our establishment in
printing of varlon kinds. Every
thing printed here, from a call
ing card to a newspaper. Will
you become one of our patrons
and help to promote home manu
facturing? m j
OFFICE Matn 2041
by having castings made right hera
Foundry newly equipped for work, ts
either Iron or brass. OUR WORK
For sale t horse power Sprague elf
trie motor. . -
SALEM IRON WORKS
(JAMES OI LI Lessee).
Woven Wire fencing
Just arrived, two carloads of fl-U an-i
lawn fencing. .Poultry fencing a spe
cialty. Send for catalogue and prices.
WALTER MORLEY, ,
C9 State Street. Salem.
,The first term of the Cai-ital Summrr
Xorm-.l opn on Monday, May 5tb, .
lb First National Bank Building. Fa
1cm, Oregon.. , Classes will be formed
In all the branches required for state
and county papers. Address
J. J. KRAPS
Inm&cr; Sasb Dqzt$9 Zllzist
R!ODlul03$, Etc. .
Fins mantles and srratea srrtll work.
show cases and offlca fixtures, a spr
uaity. woven slat fruit traya
Southwest corner Church and MU1
streets. Salem, Or. Telephone I74L
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publication of thl notice, withdraw its
deposit from the State Treasurer.
UNITED STATES FIRE INSUR
By W. W. UNDKIliriLL, ,
:: - President.
Dated at New York, this 7th day of
February. 1&02. . mn.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
To all whom It may cencerh:
You areh-reby notified that' Jab
StaufTer, a administrator of. the etu
of Peter Oerig decead ha flkd hi4
final. account with said entate lntha
County Court of the County of alarum
and Stata of Oregon, an 1 said :urt.
oy an oraer ouiy- ma; and enter"!
of record therein, on the 22d tlav of
May iwz, set the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m. on Monday, the 23I day of Jun,
1902. In the County Court Houe. K.
lem; Marlon 7ounty. Orejjojj. as th;
time and place for the final hearing of
said account and the settlement therc-
! ! JACOB STAUFFKll.
Administrator of the fstn'e of IVl'T
Gerlg, deceased.' -
Dated this 23d day of May, 1502.-,-.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMKNT OF FIN
In the County1 Court of the Htate f
Oregon, for Mariorv County; In th
matter of the trtate of l'4fr Maui-r.
deceased. Notice of si'tenient -f
. final account.
Notice 1 hert-by .glvf-n that Iir.zi
Mauer. th admin lt rat rix of the -.-tte
of Peter Mauer, deceajwd1. has lill In
the office of the c lerk of said Court, hr
final report and account as i h a'l
minttratrls. and "the -WiJA Court has
ordered that the 'said report anJ ac
count and objecUons, If any, th-rt t .
be heard and determine! In sum ( urt
on Tucsd'ay. the 24th day of June. VMZ,
at the .hour of 10 o'clock Irt the fore
noon saH day..
Da te4 this l?ih day of May. 1502.
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Attdmeys tut Administratrix.