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j MARION COUNTY
OFFICIAL REPORT OF PROCEED
INGS OF THE COUNTY COM
'MISSIONER3 FOR MARION
COUNTY AT ITS MAY
s , TERM, .1902,
Program fcr the State Meet
ing to Be Held at V
INTERESTING AND PROFITABLE
, SESSION WILL HE J I ELD AS THE
NUMBERS QN TUB PROGRAM
PROMISE DEPARTMENT -' OF
(Prom Wedne&ay Statesman.)
The Western Division of the State
, freachers Association will hold its an
nual meeting at Eugen, June 25th to
22th. At this time there will also be
in session the-Department of Super in
tendence, anT the Department of Sec
ondary . and Higher Education, both
closely related to the State Teachers
Association, Prof. J. H, Ackermah,
superintendent of - Public Instruction,
Is the secretary of the Executive Com
mittee, and he yesterday gave aut the
following ? program . for the four days
. session :
"'""Wednesday, June 25th, 7:S0 p. m.
-Addresses of WeIcome-r-a.X On be
half or the city. Mayor C. R.t Chris
man; (b.) On behalf of city schools, a.
Response G. W. Denman, Cor vail Is.
President's address P. L. Campbell,
- Monmouth.. ; . 1
Recepuon at Fourth Regiment
. Armory. , .X (.' j :
Thursday, June 26th, Forenoon, .
9:00 Opening exercises.
" 9:15"Co-ordlnatlon of Intellectual
Ethical Training in the Public School
Curriculum. J. R. Wilson, Portland;
w. c itawieir, aiem..:. i
. 10:00 "The. Mission of : the' Elemen
tary Sehool.'t DXAXGrout, Portland;
J. H. Orcutt. Drain. - . J
10:45 Recese.? J ' j"
11:00 "The Improvement, of , the
Teaching j Profession," Hon. ' R.r A.
Booth, Eugene. (, " . . i
Thursday June 26th,, Afternoon. '
1:30 Opening exercises. " -1:43
"Elements of Agriculture and
Horticulture In ". the Elementary
Schools;" ! A. B.' "' Cordley, Corvallis;
J. M. Martlndale, Albany,
g 2:10 ''Nature Study in Elementary
Schools." 'A. R. Sweets'er, Eugene. ;
2:30 "DiscoveVy andJ History JI. B.
Lyman, Astoria; D. W. Jarvls, Port
land. ' X- , - . . ' -.- '
3:15 Recess. ..
3:30 Address, v JlIlam I. .' Crane,
Dayton, Ohio. . . -; TX X
- i Eyening Session.
7:30 Lecturer - - -X .
Friday, June, 27th, Forenoortv"
9:00 Opening exercises. ,
8:15 "The Advislbility jot Adding
- Orades-Abafe the Eighth," R. F- .Rob
inson, Portland; A. L-.Brlggs; Cottage
. urove. i X- - - . -
9:45 "The Functions of Symbols,"
Frank RlglerT PortIawd;..F. E. Ydung.
Grants Pass. .
10:15 "Departmental Work- In Ele
mentary Schools." M. ' P. Pratt, Port
" 10.45 Recess.
- IV. 00 Address, William I. -X Crane,
Dayton, Ohio. :
Friday, June 27th, Afternoon.
1:30 Opening exercises, i : " ' '
t:45-"The Study of English from the
Vocabulary Stand Pol nt,"XMrsi.i Mabel
Douglas, Newberg; J, B. Horner, Cor
...vallls. . . : .
- 2:30 "Manual Training In the Public
Schools," R. C. French. Monmouth T;
Save Yourllair with
And llgbi dressings , of , CunctJRl.
Ocmoorr, purest of emollient skin
cores. ! This treatment at once stops
falling balr, remove crust; ecales,
and dandruff, soothes Irritated, Itching
surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles,
supplies the roots with energy nd
nouriahmentfUtd makes the hair grow
upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy
scalp, when all else falls. J
For Erery Hmnoarr, SI. eoaslHng of Cvr
iccaa 8oar25cX to cleanae the itln of crusta
aal calea, and bo f ten Uie thickened eyBcIe;
CuTicuRAfiwTMEMT(5oc), to lantanUy iaT
ltoblns. innammatioa and lrrttatioii, ana
Booths and heal; and CtJTlCBRA Kejolvkst
Fnxa (25c), to cool aad cleanae too blood. -
Ccncrma . Rboltski Pixu Chooolate
Coated) ar a new, taatelesa, dorlesa, eco
Domical aabaUtota for-tba celebrated liquid
Ctjtocuka KasotTKjrr, aa well aa for all other
blood purifier aad humour eurea. In acraw
cap Yiala, eontaiaiag CO doses, price 2jc
Sold thrwnrhoDl m wor!d- Brits DVt
Cs.rwhcuM t-t Loodrtn. inmett lpo i Hut d h
tu, turn. iJVia Cas-Cvav.lcsa '
Is tfle PJost Economical-.
Greater in leavening strength, a spoon. V r
ful raises more dough, or goes furthers
I Working uniformly and perfectly, it ,
makes the bread and cake always light
and beautiful--and there is never a waste
of good flour, sugar, butter and eggs; x -;'
While it actually costs less to make a
batch of -biscuit' with the Price Baking
Powder than with thq so-called cheapi
powders, there is the additional advan
tage of better and more healthful food. J
Pfticc Bakinq Powder Con
J. Gary. Oregon City., . i
; 2:45 iRecea. " i
3:00 Addresa, William .1. Crane,
" " . Evening Saaion.
7:30 Lecture. 1 j v j
Saturday, June 28th, Forenoon.
8:45 Operlng exerciaee.i
9:00 Bualneaa meeting. -
9:30 "School Hygiene: What It Is
and Why We- Need It.r E. J. Hadley.
Portland; Mrs. Mary M.''Staples, Sa-
lenii. - - A ' : " 'X ".' ''"
10:15 "Play as a Means of Idealiz
ing and Extending the Child's Expert
fsnce,? T.X Hay, Ashlandj J. S. Lan
ders, The Dalles. - : ;
1Q:45 Recessf ' -r ; :, U. X X:-'
H:(KM-Address, William I, Crane,
Dayton, . Ohio. , . i , ) '
The program for the Department of
Secondary--and Higher Education,
which will be in session during 'the
meeting of the State , Teachers' Asso
ciation, ia as follows: -
" ' ' Thursday, June'Z6th, Aftarnoot:,'-
1:30 President's address, . Frank
Strong, Eugene. I . ,r
(a.J Literary W. II. Lee.
Athletic, A. P. Bechdolt, Eugene
" 2;3 " Cause of the Absence of Boys
In the High School." Herbert Lee.
Portland. Discussion opened by S. W.
Holmes'. Corvallis. ", j;- "; ':'X
"-. 3:30 "Present Tendencies In Ameri
can Education," John II. Coleman, Sa
lem. 'f -.-i-- ; : : X X T: ;
j- Friday June 27th, Afternoon.
j i College, Saparata Sasaions. ,
1 J30 "Faculty, Control or Direction
pf Student Affairs, II L. Boardman,
McMinnville. Discussion opened by T.
H!Crawford. Coryallls.' I - :
8:15 "To What Extent Should EleC
tlves be Offered' In Undergraduate
College Courses?" James It. Itobertson,
Forest drove. Discussion opened by
C;.T. Whittlesey. DanaaC- .., . j
3:00 "Latin and Greek In "the Col
lege Curriculum," ' K. Dominic, Mt.
Angel. Discussion j ppened by , E. ii.
McOrew, Newberg. ! f
3: 4i Joint session for 'election of
officers and other business.
Friday. June 27th, Aftartnioon.
- Collage Schools, Separata Sesaione.
kao The State "High School Course
of Study and the New Text Books. A
symposium, conducted by E. D. Itess
(a.) English, Mary F. Farnham,
- (b.)-HIstory, L. IX. A'Jerman' Mc"
(.) Mathematics, R. It- Steele,
Portland ' ? ' -:.
(d.) Science, Emma Wold, Eugene.
Te.V-Foreign Languages, G. A. War
fieU Astoria. -
(f .) The : Commercial Branches. A.
P.' Armstrong, Portland.;
3:45 Joint session for election of
officers and other bualness. ,.
The program for the Department of
SupeiinendehO, is as follows:
' Thursday, June 26th, 2:00 p m,
.Eighth Grade Examlnatlona "Man
ner of Conducting." "Methd of Grad-
lr." Ciompenaation," "Shall Deport
ment be an' Element i In Granting
Eighth Grade , pipIomaaT Wm. M.
MUler, R. F. Roblnaon and W. I. Rey
nolds. , s 1 i :!.. ,' "v:
"Improvement of the Annual County
Iastltute! C C Starr, P. L. Campbell
and D. A. Grout. '
("Penalties for non -Observance of the
Slate Courae of Study. I. H.' Cope
land, P. H. Dally, 'A. L. Brlgga and J.
H. Martlndale. -. i, , .
"Pressing Needs of Our Rural
Schools O. W. Denman H. S. Lyman,
John Blough and W. J Crawford. j
X Friday, June 27th, 1:3a p. irv ' ;
'How May We Correlate School and
Home? J. A.' Beattie. D. W.; Jarvls.
A. F. Bechdolt and J. T. Gregg, t
t" Shall We. as County Superintend
ents, Grade Manuscripts for County
Papers Written - In Counties -, Other
Than Our Own If So, Under What
Conditions?:' C- LJ Gilbert. J. Wj Ship
ley, J. F. llowlin and H. A. BalL
' Acceptance of School Clerks Bojnds.
Reports arid -Records; D By Board;
(2) By Superintendent, D. W. Voder,
L. R. Alderman, "Ward B. Swope and J.
C. Zinser. - ' . , ;"; ' - . '
"How May We Encourage couniy
. t he Library Tax?" F.
Courts to X-ey ine.wwrarj
Note. Alam powders should -not be
- used, no .matter how cheap they are. . k
Tbev induce dyspepsia, liver complaint .
and ludney trouble.
B. Hamlin. J. Q. Willits', ; Ei. -E.Bragg
and Geo. IJ. Lamb.
"How to Secure Higher Ideals of the
Superintendent's Office In the Minds of
the j People,"; Uncoln Savage, George
Bethers, W. L.Jacksoh, B. Li Mllligan
and W7 H- Ragsdale. , X ": , X
SALEM NURSERY PEOPLE
INCORPORATE AND WILL . DO
BySINESS INf tVip COAST;
STATRS - ' '
From Wednesday's Statesman.")' ;
In the,. State Department; yesterday,
articles of Incorporation have been
filed, aa follows: a . j
The Chicago Nursery! Company will-
operate water, powers, canals. and irri
gation works In Oregon, California and
elsewhere; do a general development
business on the. Pacific Coat. 4n;d
plant orchards and deal In fruit trees
of all kinds. Salem Is the headquart
ers,"' while branch offiees and -nurser-
les TilH be maintained at-Chteo,; MM
fomla. The company has a capita, of
$50,000. A. McDonald, 4 A. McGM' and
Leon Qirod areithe incorporators.!
The Cucky Boy Gold i; Mining Com
pany will operate in mines and mining
p0perty and do a general development
worK, wun -neaaquarters m isumpier.
The capital is Jl.OOO.OOO. Al P Jones,
E. E. McCammon and Sam R. Stott
.are the Inconwrators.' X '
The Oregon: Free Gold Mining Com
pany will engage In fold, mining and
irrigation, own townsltes and erect
and operate 'electric plants, smelters
and mills, with headquarters at Baker
City. The capital tock Is . fixed - at
$150,000. .W, Hughes. John Water
man and H. I. Tnnia are-the incorpora.
tors. i ; ' '. " ; -.
"the BethJtny Free Methodist chuixU
will mantain a church organistauon at
Bethany. The property on hand ; is
valued at $500.- Herman Schulze Sam
uel Schulze and C, Brlsco are the in
corporators and trustees,, .? J
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No Lm r,Tim. jf
X have sold . Chamberlain's Cille,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for
years, an would rather be but of of
f ee and augat than it. -1 afal five fcot
tlea of It yesterday to thresher that
could go no farther, and they are. at
work again "this morning. IL R
Phelps. Plymouth, Oklahoma. As will
be eeen- by the . above the, thre&aers
were able to keep on with their work
without losing a single day's Ume. You
should keep a bottle of this Remedy In
your home. For sale, by Dr.- Stone's
Drug Stores.' - ' ... ' ,
j FEDERAL LABOR UNION
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HELD AN INTERESTING MEETING
-LAST EVENING MANT
NEW APPLICANTS. i
Salem Federal Labor Union at its
regular meeting last night passedan
enthusiastic resolution endorsing , the
strike of Portland planing mill meit. for
shorter hours and. promising them fin
ancial, assistance If necessary i1 '-'.to . the
extent of this union's ability. i i
The meeting waa as usual, very; en
thusiastic, and many new candidates
for membership were favorably voted
upon. . -; - X '.' '
jj; Delegates were elected to a central
body soon to Jbe organised. Through
this body all matters of Interest to the
various labor organizations are
brought from their original source to
the notice of all unions for discussion
B."C. Miller, of Boston, for many
years a union worker, and one of the
first organizers ; of the A. F, of L. be
ing In the city. was present and made
a very encouraging talk. , I
. A lively discussion took place on the
ways and means, of inducing all busi
ness men to secure- and handle "union
made goods. X The plan deemed moat
advisable was for each to see J to It
that every article he purchased bear
the Sinion label, wherever possible.
The Mlsslppt Avenue Hall Aaaocia
tlon. of Portland, filed supplemental
articles of Incorporation in i the d
partrnewt of the Secretary of '; State
yesterday, Jncreaaing the stock twra
120 shares, of the par value- fJJlJ.j to
420 shares of the par value of $10
each.- .' - .'' : ' .:--3-.': k
Road Fund Account " N X
W. F. Davidson. '....I., f 130 LO
Dan On born .. . . . .
. S 00
Fred Copeiand ...........
W. G. - Walker. ....
W., P. Daviav . . . . ..
Jos. Moulet .. ... ..
Jos. Nlbler ..,.,...
liernia Odekirk ...
L. W. Jones .......
C. J. Bartrlff
J. Jafferaon - . . , . . '.W
" 1 50
A. Freldrich .
F. A. Stroud
J. II. Simpson
I. E. Putman
W. U GilbAt
H. Fletcher .
. 6 00
' 5 25
Frank Aymes4. .......
Peter Gelser ..........
G.' W. Vinton si,.
i 5 00
U. Simmons,.. ....... .......
Frank Ca wood . T-..........
James Bateson i ........ ,. ;".
Nets' Jundl ..... ;. ..... .,
J. A. Morgan wi. ...........
I. Stp ens '. . . . ..........
D. W. "McKay. .tV .
F. " M. Howe .. . . ... .....
Martin Olsen .:. . . .
Oliver Wright J. ...
W. . Starr
Ivi ' Herren
S. .Jones .......
Horace - Herren
. 3 00
In', the " matter of - the application
of S." Ballet, for county aid. Allowed
$3-per month. ' ' t
In the matter of the petition of
A. Jette Jr.' for license to sell spiritu
ous. .malt and vinous, liquors in less
quantities than one gallon In Cham
toeg precinct for a period of six
months. Granted. " .
In ' the matter of the petition of
Anton Ettlln et al. for tne location-oi
a county road. Continued.
In the matter of the. ' vacancies of
the several boards of judges and clerks
of election In Marlon county; on this
day it Is ordered that G. A. Spencer
be. appointed clerk of Elkhorn pre-
cfnct'C C. Worrick, clerk of Engle
wood Precinct; R. O. Pierce, clerk of
Horeb.' Precinct; R; H. Rutherford,
Judge of Marion Precinct in place ? of
T. W.x Rutherford, andjBennolt Pear
son clerk of said Marion Precinct ln
place - of S. H. ; Russell; ; t. .. Harding,
cltrk of Prospect Precinct 4n place of
Roy j Burton; H. II. Vandevert, as
Judge of Second Set in place oT' clerk
of First Set as heretofore appointed
by'mlstake Geo. tace' Clerk of East
Kalem ' Preclnctr A.''-' Daue clerk i of
South Salem Precinct; C. W. Youn-
gre,4'clrk ' of Norths Sil verton Pre
clnct; John Gooding as judge In St.
Pan! Precinct in place of W.- F. Da
vidson; AJ. Richardson, as judge in
Stayten Precinct In place of W. , Y.'
Richardson; John. W."D5tter, as clerk
In, SObllmltr Precinct in place of W.
H. Downing; and that tWH. Scott be
appointed : judge In Sidney Precinct In
prace pf T. C. Jory, and the clerk of
this .court is hereby directed to notify
said Judges and clerks of their several
appointments as by law provided.
Road Vnd Highway Account
J. E.Murphyr.;... ............ 3 20
XXntar A 7nrn . . . 2" 0
Hofer &. Zorn ....
J. W. Ebner ......
Pohle & Bishop ..
II. Flcklln ...... ..
T, E. Miles
' : 75
. 2 00
R. M. Wade A Co ...
J. L. Freeland -
F. A. Wiggins;
Jacob E. Afther
H. F. Schoenf eld .".;....,. ..,
E. T. 'Melvin . .j ...A.
J. E. Murphy -....j.
Capital Lumber Co
I. d Needham ..... ............
W. J. Culver ........
J. E. Murphy. .......
N. Pf Williamson ...
J. E. Murphy .
W. J. Culvfrr ..
M. H. Smith ;'..
..... ... ......
.... ...... .....
S. II. Kauffmon
Gray Bros. .......
Capital Lumber Co...
B. S. Radabaugn
R. E. Moores .7..
John Lamb ......
. II. Kraus ....
. . , . . ... .. ... .
A. H. Kraus
John Scholl .......i...
Q. A. Cone-....".. ....X..
J. P. Feller ....... X.. .,...
A. E. Feller -
B. B. Herrick jr....
B B. Herrick Jr...
C. A. Dinagan
J. Bartnlk .'
T Ti Wordra ............
A. L. Beckner ...................
rn the. -matter of the petition f
tt v. ifrers. et al for the location of a
county road in Sidney precinct In said
Martoa eountyw. M. isusney, Ern
est Cochran : ana Henry rainier v
pointed viewers and B. J3. Herrick Jr.
surveyor. V,'-'. ;'-.- X X X X.:, ' X .'
In the- matter of the petition of
Theod Boutin et al for the location i
a county road In Fairfield precinct in
aald county. W. ' MX Bushey. Robert
Whitney apd Jas. E. Eldridge ap
pointed viewers and B. B. Herrick Jr.
surveyor.;. '- ' X j-' X -. . X-X--.
In the matter of the petition of
Theo, Ruben et al for. the iocauon 01
a county, road in Fairfield precinct In
said 'county. W. , Jiusney. -x.
Jones and j:. C ' McFarlen appotntea
viewer and' B. B. Herrtcic jr. sur
veyor. y': .-X-V ;
In the inatter of the county bridge at
Mlnto. Supervisor . directed to act
wita -'XJna county, , in cutting said
bridge. .down, v;"l"v X:-
Ia-'--the' matter of the petition of
G- A. Cone et al for the re-location of
a county road. Continued."' . ;
In the matter -of the application
of the Gervals Good Roads Association
j . a? aj a at aaai
2astorL ts a harmless fmbstitnt Cor Otor On, Iar
eoric. Drops aud Soothlns" SyroptvJt U lUea.ant. It
contains neither Opium. Morphino nor other Jtfnrcolia
;rhtflnM. It a(lrtvs Worms anti aJlaTS l'earerishncs.
It enrs Iiarrhcra and Wind Colic. It relieves Teetu
Inrr Troubles and enre Conrtipat lonu It rejrnlates the
Istoninen ana lioweis, srmn
.The Chudrcu's) lnucea
The Kind Tou
In Use For
for aid on tho county road of
7. Allowed $259. I
fin the matter of -the report of , W. W.
Hall, clerk, of warrant dia.Bii ufl.ln-
sane account. Approved.
- In- the matter of the report of V. W.
Hall, clerk, of warrants (drawn on scalp
bounty fund In April, 102. Approved.
In the matter of the report of W. W.
Hall, clerk, of warrants) drawn of sal
ary account for April, 1JK)2. Approved
In the matter of .the petition of
Anton Ettlln et al for (the Iocs lUon of
a county road. Established.
In the matter of tjie . petition Of
S. I L Brown et al for the vacation of
a road in. Gervaia. Vacated. ,
In the matter of the npiolntment of
ninghan, as deputy County '(clerk.
Appro-ed. ' .
In the matter of the appointment of
deputy assessors for 1902. Apr
M. M. High.....
M. M. Hlgh.....L......J;
Oregon Shoe Co.L......
N.jJ. Judah ..X.....;.
Mbshberger & Son ....
Roth & Graber ........
Roth & Graber .... 1. . .
Roth & Graber .......
B. Schindler .........
F. G. Haas ............
F. G. Ha as .X. ;
Emma WestacOtt .. .v.
Gilbert & Baiter
D. F; Lane.,-...
A. M. Cloughx .........
Du. B. . Steeyens. .......
J. B. Underwood ....X
A. H. Damon
A. H. LaCrolx ....X
A. II. La Croix ...
Stelner " Drug Co..
John Hughes ......
Harritt & Lawrence..
A. S. Eppley ...... ..X
In . tha ; matter . of
M. O., McCorkle et al
county road In district
175. . r: - v .
In. the matter of
he petition of
T. B. Jones et al for kid for
Mrs. Weldman Allowed 14 per month
In the mater of the
change of elec-
tlon cferk in Monitor precinct
; E. Ha-
zen appointed clerk in
of C. -T.
Bonney. ; : ! .
In the mattter-of - the
of the several precincts "ofj Marlon
county for.the election
to be held June
2. 1$02. Aumaville, W.
of If. Hall:
building; v A urora, . KJ
Buttevtlle. Grange Hall
Jette's Hall: Elkhorn
Englewood, Wade's ftore; jFalrfield,
School House; Oervalsl City Hall;' Ho
reb. Gates City -Hall;' Ilowellj Central
Howell Prairie Hall; Hubbafd. Arm
ory; Jefferson. City fJIall; jMacleay;
Macleay Illtr: Mohltorf, Monitor Trad
ing Company's Hall; MarloiS-Frank
oerber'a building: Mfhama. Mehama
Hall; Mt. Angel. CltjH Hall; Proapect.
The Power House; Salem NbJ 1, Marl
on Square; Salem No. t, Simpson's
barn; Salem 'o.. 3, Freeland's btore;
Salem No 4, No. 90 Commercial street;
Ivaat SalemvRlckey I Schoo House.
North Salem. Blacksmith Shop on. ud
rty street. South Salera. Jorys Dryer;
Sllverton, Council rooijn; North Silver
ton. LlberarXTnlveraHy, South Silver-
ton, School Houae District No. 10; St.
Paul. AXO- V. W. HAU; Scott's Mills.
Woodman Hall; SUvfr Falls, School
House. District o. lflt; Stay ton. Opera
House; Sublimity, School House Dis
trict No. 7; Sidney. SAlney Mills; Tur
ner, 1. CO. F. Itall; Wood biirn. Over
tones Offlce; Tew Park. ShipJ s Shop.-
Current Expense Account-f
$ 2 82
it- -ti. aioorea
R. E. Moores ..t.
B. B. Herrick Jr...
J. If. Scott
C. M. Lockwood ....
J. 'Hr-Roland .......
Geo. F. Rodger .....
A. L. Downing ......
J. L. Freeland ,
. IS 65
. 2 30
, 90 00
Pat ton Bros, ........
Stayton Mall ........
Eugene Dletzgen Co,
w. w. iiaii ..... ...... ..........
... i -
F. W. Durbln ......
Chas. Lembcke ....
E. T. Mooree .......
Wood burn Independent
W. II. Burghardt it Co...
coun jtiouse tatpenae auuu'"
C. M. Lockwood
...... .....I 92 50
J. W. Watt..
tt. jh. wao vo..i... ..........
John Hughes... .................
Salem Light. Power
John Maurer ........
, 1 50
, 3 20
J. G. Moore
Salem Water Co.
Capital. Imp. Co. ...,.
Savage tt Reld ........
In the matter of the petition of
D. C. Thorns, et aLlfor ald from the
county In digging a ditch on county
road near the Sidney Mill. Allowed
350. - X - -f X ' X - . c
lo the :f matter of tie ' petition of
citizens of road district No. 24. for aid
from county in cutting down a hill
near Union school house. Allowed $60.
- 26 fc
....... 3 25
, x io oo
...... ... 1 65
....... 23 60
.......... 3 00
...... .. 40
L... 4 00
.......... 6 00
.X.... .. 5 00
,..Xi. " t 85
....X...... f Coo.
....X... X ,4'00
the. petition of
for aid on the
uetuinj iiaiunw ucrp.
Tha JJHothers Jtricou.
Have Always Bought
Over 30 Years.
hW. M. Buahey 50 0.
' Assesaraent 6. Taxation Account
It. 13. Moores ........I.....'-. 8 5')
W. W. llallX..., . 1 10
Circuit Court Account
R. vZcarey .. 2
L. M. Herren. X 3 20
Jail Account X
F. W. Durbln $ 70 0
Tax Rebate Account
BXPX Taylor................ $ 1 Ou
A. B. Strang 1 CO
J. II. Roland ............. -......$ 60 0J
SherlflTa. Account X
It. I. Bon ham and J. R. Linn.... -Con.
I " Coroner'a Account " "
C. S. White ...... ...X....1...... I 10 00
Juatiee, Court Account -t X
-- State of Oregon va. Frank Farrlug
ton. - -
J. O'Donald .............. .XX.-I 6 70
1.' II. Lewis X. ....'.,.. ......... 2 4
Plate of Oregon vs. John Miaterlck.
J.,"o'DonalI 2 9.'.
J. H. Lea la ........X.. ...... 7u
State of Oregon vs. Chas. llughv
J. .) uonaia ,
J. H. Lewis .......
State of Oregon
vs. Chaa 1'ugh.'
J. O'Donald ...
J. C. McFarlane
W. D. Claggett
j. H. Lewis ....
8. Hammock .. ,
M. E. Goodell .,
II. XT.. Bruce .t,
$ 10 20
, t 2 M)
, 1 70
State of Oregon vs. Miller at Steele.
J. O- Donald- . t X I 93
J. IK Lewis ....................... 4 10
State of Oregon vs. George Baker.
J. O'Denald ...i......
J. H. Lewta
State of Oregon ysr"Andrew Horner.
W. II. Queener ....:...,.......... 6 63
Anna Cox XU;t. ................. 1 1 9"
Fred Davlets .-. 1 70
Margaret Horner 1 9(i
4 Brhma Murphy "X.".V.',...,....'X ' . 3 On
S.T.'Greer ......... 12 6')
Joseph Schlndler .....V.. ' 1 o
S. P. Greer , ......... 1 70
In the matter of repairing the land
ing at ColUen"B' Ferry. Allowed 333.
In the matter of the Improvement of
the Independent Sidney road. Allowed
350.00. Xi" '- ., . ' -
In tha 'matter of , the petition of
the resurvey of that portion of the Sa
lem Buena Vista road from opposite
Buena Vista to where the Jefferson
road brancbea off said road. Referred
to surveyor. - .
In th.ematerXof the rebate of fees in
divorce eases in the Circuit Court. ' .
U II. McMahan..... 8 50 00
Carson & Adamirr.. ...... 60 0
Webster Holmes ' 0 00
Geo.. II. BiBffham... ,. J.i..... 10 0
ooioOMaaa onSoooocobooolS lq-a cjiOj
V. A. Turner ...t. 10 O'i
C. I MeVary .X,.'... ......... 2 0)
Bonham oV Martin.. ............. 1C5 00
In the matter of the - .petition of
N. Dick and others for aid In repairing
the county road known as the "Gan-
Mton and Silverton road" at a point on
Drift Creek. Allowed 20 when work
iac otn dieted. "
CountyX Court and Commissioners
Account X; : '
Statesman Pub; Co. 11 t5
T. C. Needham .....XX.......... z 31 4 J
Clark tt Buchanan ........X..... 6i0 ul
Hofer Bros. ..X.. ...... ......... 10
Wm. Miley ...,X..X........ 31
Road and Highway Account-
John II. Scott ............ .4. ...:. 3' in
The Austin 4t Wtern t?o. Ld..Ui j
8. B. Catarrh. Cure'
Is taken internally, acting directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of tli ?
ayatem. It rermeaies every iffuid of the
body, eradicatea thadlaeaae from th
system, -leansea-and heal the alHict il
tarta and restores them to a nUural.
heJthful condition. For siJ by all
druggists;. Book on Catarrlr free. Ad
dress Smith Bros., Fresno, CaL -
Italian Prunes. 8 II
Pink Baans, 10 lba,
. 25o. -
Small White Baans, 8 Ibt, ,
- - - 2Se. X: . X
Good Flour, per sack, -
- . 70c ' .
- 8weat Orangaa, pee dozen.
X. 15c -
Large Fancy Lemon's, par dozen,
, 20. ... .-' , -Black
Fig a, per lb.,
" X' x 5c
Good. Cooking Motatsat, par gallon,
: , . . - .' - - 30c X . '
Fancy Table SyrupXpar gallon,
X . X.X 50c. . '--XX
Scotch Oats, par pkg ,
' x, 10c
Macaroni, No. 1, large aiza boxes, whit )
XX yM?tL-Pr box, 35c
. - Jumbo Moah, 214 iba
! 5c . f
Brinirn jronr batter anl ejrr. Wapfji)g!.
est narkt prion, caah or marvliaadine.
M. T. RHJEMAN
12 State 8tr eet.. Telephone 1C1
SUIT FOR DIVORCE.
- Mrs. L. E. Cltne has begun .suit H
the second department of the Eta:
Circuit Court, praying for a Jecr-e ' I
divorce against her husband - Wm.
Cline whom she charges with d-' r
(Inn. II. Overton is the attorney f
the plalntlfT. .