Weekly Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1900-1924, May 30, 1902, Page 7, Image 7

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    oJl twl looking - I
bonnl poor ixok
to brn to
wor.-t kind of a cooa-
. i vW'
I Eureka X.
Harness Oil
V
i ,.. Lnak bnr. D' mun id m
ujtUier aoft ano pHaWe.putaatncon- i
, ... diuon o laat twice a Kmc f
- i ia M k Mtnarfly woow. 1
" ? i'.f. mrrtm to n
j h, utr
.,,f STANDARD
VW. . OIL CO. A
Your XMr
Horse a ttM
rhnnr.nl A
, Burr's German Salve
Heals quickly all cuts'" or bruises,
draws soreness out of lame back, and
draws slivers out of flesh Which often
break off too short to pulL Sticks tike
sticking plaster. Try it and you will
never be without. By mail 25 cents.) "
; lI 'm. barr t,
JVo. j 20 State Sf.. 5acn Or.
Hlcohol,
420 IMe A-. .
i 0 UaCCO to npoer Alblna.
UsInCjX Phone Pink IMS Oie.-1
Hops flops 'Hops
If you are Interested in hop. new
and prices, It will pay yon to. set the
reports or toe
N. T. HOP REPORTING OGL.
; r S8 Whitehall St.
i . . New York City.
EMMET WELLS, Gen. Manager.
FotSf.'
School Boys
and Girls . . .
Do you want to earn some money,
and something: else real nice?
The Pacific Homestead wants more
subscribers and you boys "and girls cat
help get them.
You know of come of your neighbor
. - Jt a . -. w a. a a e
-
iar llVb VOA VliV aAVIUCCbCWit AOS)
them to subscribe. It Is the best farm
paper published on the Pacific coast.
Cume every week and contains 20
. pages. IsMllustrated. v;
The boy or gtrl sending: the largest
number of new annual subscriptions"
before October 1; 1903i. will have first
- choice of premiums, the second largest
. nutnbet second choice, snd so on.
Two I months subscriptions or
Four 3 monthj subscriptions count aa
' n- ' ' : ! : . ' ' -.;
CASH FOR WORK. '
. For every dollar collected you keep
25 cents and send ' us 75 -cents with
NAME and ADDRESS of your sub-
scriiier.. Be sure and give your owa
name and address and say, "PRIZE
CONTEST.? . . "
. We do not obieot to your parents and
friends aoeistlng you. but send the
money ia YOUR OWN NAME.
Imember this Js for NEW SUB
SCRIBERS ONLY.
If you want a few sample copies to
assist you. ask for them.
CONTEST ! CLOSES, OCT. 1, 1902
! , PRIZES.
No. l. a! 1902 Tribune bicycle, the
pick of the fine stock of F. A. Wlf
grins, 255-257 t Liberty street,' . Salerc.
Oregon., : ! r
No. 2. Winchester . Repeating Shot
grun. Take down. Model 1897. - -'
No. 3. Korona Camera 4x5 with ia
stantaneous symmetrical lense. - '. ; .
No. -4. Werner's Library of famotu.
books comprising. 30 volumes.1. ' ,j ;
No. 5. Jacobui Stalner Violin. ;
" No. 6. Angello ManneUo Mandolin. :
No. 7. Same as No. e. r;-.:-'. , i
' No. 1-erntan; Accordeon. ,;' r
No. 9. Black Beauty by Anna. Sv '
well. :. . i ' - -'i:
No. 10.i Lady of the Lake, ny Scott.
Next ten prises 'Useful Books. Ad
dress, ! ,
I
ir.;:-rr.? U
I Qtll It IIUIlltOLISuU
PRIZE CONTEST.
SALEM. OR.
fff You Could Look
'11 JL . Into the ffetnreand seethecbndttkm
to which yoor cough. If seKtected,
will twin yoa, Voa woaia seea mrei m
iini that naturally wouta oe uiroaga
Shiioh's
Consumption
Cnaranteed to core 0
l -.lirir sumption. Br ob-c hi tis,.,
V-rf Ul a W Asthma, nd all Vang
TroaWcf. Ctire CoorHs end Colds in a day. :
25 centA. Write tn 8. t Wrt-ts A Co
KurT Clover Roet Tea purine tie BloedJ
. ; - j-r -
. Stand Like a Stone Wall. ;
Iletweet your, children and 4 the tor
tures of itching and burning! Tecaema,
Ki aldhead r other skin diseases. How ?
hy, by 1 using : Bucklen's r - Arnica
fuillv Vt a trmntMi i.ll1r Olllfk-
est cure for Ulcers, Fever Sores. Salt J
Rheum. Cuts; Burns,' or Bruises. ,'In-
fallible for Piles. 25c at Dr. " Stone's
Irug Stores. i
fr"'Ji,"r;'"' 1 "
1 jdLcCiiOil -
IS EIPORTANT
The .Result In Oregon Will
Have a National
Bearing
THE VOTERS OF THIS STATE CAN
NOT ESCAPE THE RESPONSIBIL
ITY IP THEY WOULD WORK OF
MB. TONGUE IN "CONGRESS A
MEMBER OF ABILITY.
(From Wednesday's Statesman.)
Editor Statesman. .
" The coming election in Oregon has
aNational significance, for the result
will be taken as an indication of popu
lar sentiment on the Philippine ques
tion; the more so since Oregon, for
business reasons, fs peculiarly interest,
ed In American control i or abandon
ment of jthe islands. 'A Outside of the
state there is no knowledge, nor desire
to know, of any personal popularity or
factional quarrels that might influence
the election. ' The argument will be
solely from platforms to result not
the platforms as interpreted,- amended
r curtailed by tne candidates, but as
put forth by : the party conventions.
It will be impossible for the voter,
however he may desire so to do, to es
cape from the larger significance of his
vote. The citizens who believe in sur
rendering the Philippines to their sav
age or semi-savage tribes, can not vote
for Furnish on the ground that he will
give the state a sound business admin
istration, without voting to continue
American sovereignty . in . the Philip
pines. V The citizen who I believes in
keeping1 the flag put," can not vote
for Chamberlain on i the. ground that
he Is a good fellow, without voting
to sound an American retreat : from
duty and advantage, v- -t ! . ,-t
A keen political writer observes that
Congressmen from New . England go
by weight and not by measure, and
that Jthe reason for New England's
prominence In the National Legisla
ture is found In a Yankee custom of
selecting good' material and continu
ing ltd members of Congress in office
without change. Campaign reports
from Oregon indicate, that the people
of the First District have adopted this
custom, and that Mr, Tongue's plur
ality will be largely increased. It is a
fact, and the people' of the district
know it, that no district is better rep
resented in Congress- - Mr. Tongue is
alert and capable, and has. never fos
tered , that desire" for, self- glorification
which has killed oft so many promis
ing members. In his Congressional
work, Mr. Tongue shoots straight, and
obtains what he is after If the-object
is in range of possibility. Success is,'
necessarily, sometimes slow in arriv
ing, but it rarely misses entirely.
i : His fellow-members, ar congratulat
ing Mr. Tongue On 1 his ' unexpected
success in securing an amendment to
the Agricultural Department appro
priation increasing the item for good
roads investigation $50,000. Numerous
amendments were proposed and Vigor
ously urged, but Mr. : Cannon suc
cessfully, fought off any encroachments
on the bill. When Mr. Tongue spoke
in favOr of his amendment he not only
convinced " the majority of the House
members, but persuaded even Mr.
Cannon himself, and, bis amendment
was the only one that was added to
the bill. . f
However averse Mr. Tongue may be
to self advertisement,' he .delights in
spreading abroad the fame of Oregon.
I auote the following. from - the
Charleston,- South Carolina, News
Courier: J, .; ;-; . .
"In his eloquent speech at the Ex
position on Saturday Congressman
Tongue, of Oregon, paid a fine tribute
to" the spirit of the pioneers .who con
quered that great ; Commonwealth
from the wilderness and made it one
of therichest and most progressive In
the Union. : Incidentally, and without
any intention of exposinK .onelof the
cherished weaknesses of his Charles
ton audience, he "said some things
which -they cannot hear too. often for
their own good, -as follows: -
'."'It is not the man who Is satisfied
with his 4(rt and his surroundings that
goes to -the fronLt . -Contentment Is the
enemy of achievement. Contentment
never suffers, never sacrifices
Contentment betters .no r conditions,
rights no wrongs. , . T A contend
ed mart would build no factory,
construct no steamboat,5 engage In
no railway enterprise. " The men
who ' have the money i to engage
in great undertalAngs would have
enouehlo'; supply all the neces
saries of life and many of its luxuries
could pass their days In ease and leis
ure pursuing onlytheir own pleasure,
free from toil and sweat, if .they were
only contented. Contentment may
bring happiness, i It - may De oesirapie
for the individual, but it makes no pro
gress and is not In the Interest of hu
manitv at larsre.' ' s- 1 ' !
Th "TMAWR-Courier i published Mr.J
Tongue's address In full and, although
a radically Democratic paper, editor
ially complimented his speech very
highly. i; - " ' '
Mr. Tongue has been a strdng friend
of the Indian, and his efforts toward
making the red man a' responsible and
self-supporting citizen has borne, fruit.
The, following extract Is from a letter
of --"the Washington correspondent of
to the Patterson, New Jersey Press:
"When Representative Tongue, of
Oregon, came to Washington, he began
immediately to urge a change in the
Indian policy of the Government. -He
secured legislation relative to ; the
management of two reservations In his
state whicja. carried out his ideas as to
how the red man ; sould be treated,
which was that individual Indians
Bhoud be given more liberal treatment
in the management of thIr own af
fairs. He did not beheve in the idea
that the Indian should have set . over
him a perpetual guardian. The In
dian' office has watched the experiment
in Oregon .with interest, and the result
has been, that the Indian appropriation
bill this year contains a provision au
thorizing the Indian office to adopt
similar measures where the Indian has
made advances toward civilisation.",
I have seen in the Eastern papers a
great many references to Mr. Tongue,
his work and his speeches, and all of
them are commendatory. His views
and opinions are never treated Cip
pantly in the Eastern press, for, he is
known to be an ' intelligent, sensible,
honest and diligent member of Con
gress.! 1L L. I10LOATE. I
Washington, D. C. May 24, 1092.
mVE BOUGHT A niKEj
THE UNIVERSAL GOLDXTRACT
ING COMPANY IS EXTENDING
ITS OPERATIONS.
! (From Thursday's Statesman.)
The; Universal Gold Mining, Ex
tracting Company, of this city, has se
cured1 the property of the old Banner
Mining Company, of Oroville. and has
ordered constructed a five-tOn capacity
agitator .which, when 'completed.';' will
be given a thorough test by Mr. Long
to asertain to a certainty its adapta- i
bllity ; for the work- and. If ft proves
successful It will be forwarded to Oro
ville 'immediately and the work or
erecting a plant begun at ouce.
The ' company's agents will proceed
to Oroville on Tuesday of next week,
purchase the machinery capable of op
erating & twenty-ton plant to which
capacity It Is proposed to be Increased
as soon as practicable. : ;",;: t.-'
f Thes agitator will be built In a day or
two and It la calculated that the entire
plantSJ will, be complete and In opera
tion within the next sixty days. : . l
: The; eompapy Aaa secured options on
a number of blocks of tailings at ad
vantageous prlc.es and plants will ' be
erected and operated at each of these
places in the near future.
THE JUNE TERM DOCKET
-
FOR '.THE ..FIRST DEPARTMENT
OF THE STATE CIRCUIT
COURT.
(From Thursday's Statesman.)
County Clerk W. W. Hall has. com
pleted the June term docket for the
first department of theBtate Circuit
Court for Marion. county, which con
venes on Monday, June 9thr at 10
o'clock a. m. The dockett Is composed
of thirty-five cases, as follows:
State of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. Philip
Remey, defendant; ctiminaL
k Mary J. Shaw, plaintiff, vs. J. E.
Ferris, defendant; , ejectment.
L Studebaker Bros., plaintiff, vs. Jos
eph Schell, defendant; for money, i
State of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. Fred
Williams and Peter Adams, defend
ants: criminal. - . ' :
- Leeown & Sons, plaintiffs, vs. O.
O. Cone, defendant; for money.
W. H. Wehrung. et. al, plaintiffs, vs.
R, , S. Dunham, et. al, defendants; for
money. L x '
J. M. Wolford & Ct.. pjalniffs. vs.
J.TG. Moore, et. us, defendants; for
'money. -..
f "'J. W. Ransom, plaintiff, vs. Robt.
McFarlane,' et. ei defendants; for
money.-;
: James Finney, plaintiff, vs. wm. IL
Egan, defendant; to recover real
property. '7 -. ,'i 1
T. M. Hurd, plaintiff, vs. lima B.
Hurd, et. al, defendants; for money.
The . Harry Unna" Co, plaintiff,; vs.
D. AJ Holman. defendant; . for' money,
I L. F. Butler, plaintiff, vs. Sarah
Dunn, defendant; -&r money.
State of Oregon;, plaintiff, vs. John
Daly, et. al, defendants; criminal
I , O. A. Bemis, plaintiff, vs. Fred Dose,
defendant ; for money.
Edfth R. Bursell, plaintiff. , vs. Aug
ust Llndholm, defendant; damages.
Bradley &. Mefcelf Co plaintiff, vs.
H. Rose; defendant; for money.
; The Ames Me'rcantlle. - Agency,
plaintiff, vs. John DuRette, et. ux..;de.
fendants; for money.'
i Joseph ; W. Hoover." plaintiff, vs. I
J. Miles, defendant: for money; :
i D. Bowerman, plaintiff, vs. John Pat
teVson, defendant; for money.
State of. Oregon, plaintiff. vs- The
Hartford Fire -Insurance, Co, defend
ant; for money. . v : v
A. H. LaCroix, plaintiff, vs., T. Hi
Woriey, et. ux, defendants: for money.
State of Oregon, plaintiff, vs the
Royal Insurance Co- defendants; for
money. . !
State of Oregon. LplainUff. vs. The
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co, de
fendant; for money.
State of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. The
Law Union Jfe Crown Fire & Life. In
surance CO, defendant; for money.
Sebastian Brutscher. -plaintiff, vs.
Daniel J. Gilbert defendant; for
money.. . - ' ; j
State of Oregon,-plaintiff vs. Spring
field Fire & Marine Insurance Co., de
fendant; for money. : I
State of Oregon, plaintiff. : vs. Fire
Association of Piladelyhla, defendant;
for money. -
Louise' IE. . Combes t, ; plaintiff, vs.
Statesman Pub.
Co, defendantjj dam
& Co- plaintiffs, "vs.
ages.
J. M. Wolford
J?. H. Moser. defendant: for money.
Frank A. Turner, plaintiff, vs. Mary
A. Sweet, defendant: for Imoney.
State of Oregon, plaintia. vs. Aetna
Insurance Co., defendants for money.
State of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. The
Sun Insurance - Co, "defendant: for
money.' ' :"' . . ''. :';
State of Oregon, plaintiff, vs. The
Liverpool &: London & Globe Insurance
Co, defendant;, for money. '
! John Hughes, plaintiff, vs. B. Hay-
den, defendant; for money. ;
J; J,' Dalrymple; plaintiff, vs. A. m.
Roberts, defendant: for money.
HOW THE CHIMNEY-SWIFT
GOT
- ITS NAME. .; :
Occasionally a bird Is rtrpng-mlnded
enough to break away from old tradi
tions, j: Bef ore this country was settled
the swift nested in honow trees; dux
after trees began to be cut down and
chimneys arose above the roofs of
houses everywhere, the. birds were
quick to perceive that tare are gener
ally out by the time their nesting season-arrives;
therefore why not tike
advantage oi iDe-mnwaiwii; w wm-
pletelj- tlid they forsake their old nest
ing' sites to bulk in chimneysi that the
name chimney-swift is now universally
pplied to them. Ladles Home journal,
f Self Protection. ?
demands that you be on- the alert to
see that you. get Painkiller tlerry u
vis) when you ask for itf; some dealers
will try and persuade i you to take
something els, claimed! to be Just as
good; i insist upon getting rainkiuer,
the remedy which has been the world's
family doctor for 60 years; It never
falls to stop diarrhoea, griping pains In
the stomach or bowels, dy-ntery. etc
Large bottles, 25c and 60 cents. m
. , - 1 . . . .
Legal J3 Lanka at Statesman Job Office
CLOSING DAY
AT CHEMAVA
Interesting! Commencement
. Exercises to Be Held '
, Today
THE PRESENTATION OF A ME
MORIAL WINDOW WILL BE ONE
OF " THE FEATURES OF THE
( DAY'S PROGRAM A GOOD BASE
BALL GAME.
' (From Wednesday's Statesman.)
The twenty-second anniversary ex
ercises of the United States Indian
Training School at Cliemawa will be
held today at the school. . Gov. T. T,
Geer will present the diplomas to the
graduates of the school, and Prof. W.
C. Hawley. of Willamette University,
will deliver the annual address to the
class. : The "program is as follows:
. :00p. m. Band concert. ' 't
2:00 p. m. Dress parade and gener
al military drill. -
3:00 p. m.. Class exercises and pre
sent at Ion of memorial window to the
school. ' - ' -' , -
, 4 : 00 p. m. Baseball . game between
Willamette University and Cncmawa.
6:30 p. m. Band concert. '. ,
' 7:30 p. m. Graduating exercises.
v Ail those wishing to attend the ex
ercises can do so and return by train,
aa Supt. T. W. Power has made ar
rangements with the Southern Pacific
Company to ; have .the .;. sotrtti-bound
overland train stop at Ch?mawa at
10:20 p. m, and bring the Salem v 1 su
itors back to this city. The public
generally Is Invited to attend the ex
ercises, and bring well-fllled lunch
baskets.
1
At Mute School.
The Oregon School for the Deaf held
its closing exercises .yesterday. " The
Chapel was full of people, many being
from Salem and parents of the chil
dren from different "parts of the state.
The exercises commenced 'with an in
vocation by Dr. H. A. Ketchum, pastor
of the Presbyterian .church, and a
song by the "Beck Family." . Oral ex
ercises were conducted' by wo of the
teachers which showed the progressi ot
the children In lip reading and - In
speech. " These teachers causing he
dumb to spetik, and, though Imperfect
ly, H must be a great ,Joy to thechll
drpn and their parents; also the chil
dren have eyes to see. In the motion of
the lfps what few of the spectators
could behold. One man from , a dis
tant county, whose child is . in " the
school,- and. took, part in the exercises,
could hardly restrain hi joy, 'and over
and oyer in my hearing he praised tha
state of Oregon for Its .provision for the
deaf mutes. The children's skilly In
writing and in language la worthy of
all praises. - ' In the Industrial Depart
ment, too, there are signs of progress.
We. saw tables, oharlty boxes, and
other cabinet- work which the scholars
had made. The closing remarks of
the superintendent were read" by one I
of .'the Instructore , and Interpreted to
the. deaf by him. Ills review of the
year's work and his advice to the chil
dren were practical, sensible and of
an excellent spirit. The teachers
sfem to be up to date and devoted to
their work. . '
SPECTATOR.
A NEW ACTION FILED
THE OREGON PACKING COMPANY
SUES, THE ALLEN .' COM
' PANY FORECLtUURE SUIT. m
The Oregon Packing Co,, yesterday
InstKuted an action in the second de
partment of the State; Circuit Court
against the "Allen Packing . Company,
demanding a decree of foreclosure of
a mortgage; upon the def endrit's . can
ning factory property In this city to
recover the sum of $14,525.08, ith In
terest at 8 per cent from September
, 1901, and for $1400 attorneys' fees.
Tbe plaintiff alleges in the compalnt
that the defendant, on the date above
mentioned, executed and delivered to
the defendant Its promissory note in
the. sum of $45,233.33. bearing Interest
at 8 per cent, and that in order to p-
cure payment of the not the defend
ant executed anel deliveved to the
plaintiff a mortgage upon its canning
plant situated on Trade and 12th
streets in this city.
That the defendant has only . paid
upon said note the sum of $33,341.79.
and tho plaintiff sues for the balance
upon said note and asks that the prop
erty be sold, as provided by law. and
that the amount realized from said
sale be applied to the settlement of
the note. Carey & - Mays , are the
plaintiffs attorneys. ;
In Supreme Court.
In the Supreme Court yesterday
minor orders were made in cases pend
ing as follows: ' i
M. S. Crossan," respondent, 'vs. W. D.
Grandy. appellant; ordered on motion
that appellant have until June 30th to
complete the transcript and' file his
brief. '
E. W. Oliver, appellant, vs. Oregon
Sugar Co, respondent; ordered on mo
Hon that appellant have until June
30th to complete his transcript and hie
his brif. " 1 -' .
U. S. Mortgage &. Trust- Co, re
spondent, vs. P. L. Willis, appellant;
ordered that appellant's time'to serve
4ind file his -rrply brief bev extended
five. days. : .i'-.. -- . .- .
"NOTHING SUCCEEDS
LIKE SUCCESS."
The Oregon Fire Relief Association
has been a suet es ever since it began
business in January, 1895, and Is now
growing faster than ever before. ,
Its. annual .miwrt of December 31,
1901, shows a net gain In amount of In
surance In force of $2,628,787. which Is
5 per cent more than the net gain of
any previous year. It paid 135 losses
during the year amounting to $23,600.
It is strictly a mutual institution
which furnishes the best of
Fire Insurance at Cost.
For. further particulars, address A. C
Chandler. ' secretary, McMlnnviife, Or
egon, or If you reside in. Marlon county.
call ' on or- address U. A. Johnson.
(agent) Salem. Oregon. "
iew Today
The. Statesman Pub. Co. baa on hand
several hundred copies f the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The brice is 10 cenU
I each as long as they last.
t
WANTED. A GIRL TP DO GENER-
rp
al housework; no fanning. Adr
dress A, care Greenbaum's store.
WANTED Eggs and rountry butter;
pay highest market price cash. Sa
lem Creamery Co $25 Commercial
street. . ' i ''. -
LOST A LIGHT
Y : HORSE, 7
years old. shod on f
nt feet, brand -....
Notify J. M.
, edSwith P on left hi
O'Nell. Route 8, Sal
and receive
rewprd. , :
ASSAYER. WE DO A 1 GENERAL
assay business. Prices resonabl a.
; and satlsfactliMi guaranteed. L. M.
Ormsby, 134 Court street, . next " to
Rodgers book bindery. 1
REPORT CARDS Our school report
cards are printed to
fitthet school
are -Twelve
register. The. prices!
cards for 10 cents; twenty-five for 20
cents;, one hundred for 75 cents.
Statesman.
Ore. -
Pubiihlrig Co., Salem,
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and ilty roperty at 6 perl cent
, per annum; no commission. Please
call on or address Ejjgene Breyman.
clal street, one door north of States
man. offiee4
NOW Is a good time to bring in
your machinery and hi.ve your repair
ing ail done. Castings.! iron and brass,
furnished on short notice One bolle?
and 4-horse engine cojmplete for sale
cheap. E. M. KIGHTLINGER.
Phone 2933. ' f 208 Liberty St.
FOR riAND MADE .harness, the
best on the Salem market, go to F. E.
SUA FEU. Commercial! street, south of
Bush ( Bank. A lso a
dies, whips, robes and
for the horse to select from. Our
prices and our qualities are the Items
that bring us our ever-Increasing trade.
When in Salem don't, forget to call t
and see us.
PAINTING.
.CARRIAGE AND
BUGGY
PAINTING
Ve do first-class
work at reasons-
ble prices. Frank
Dimlck. over
corner Liberty
Pohle & Bishop's shop,
and Ferry streets.
OSTEOPATHY.
DR. M. T.
schoettLe.
GRADUATE
of American School
of Osteopathy,
KlrksvilleMo. Officio
in Tioga block.
over the Spa. OfficeJ
hours from 8:30
to 11:30 and 1 to
OSTEOPATHY DRS
WYCKOFF
ALBRIGHT Twentt-
- months gradu-
ates of the American
SchoH of Osteo
pathy and A. T. Still Infirmary.
Wyckoff Is the only
gentleman grad
uate of os teopa th y
in Salem. Prac
tice established in Salem ' Since
1S99
Hours. 9 to. 4. Phonie Main 2721
Odd
Fellows Temple.
ABSTRACTORS
OF TITLE.
ESTABLISHED IN
1S80. Only.com
plete set of abstract
books in Marlon
county, Oregon.
Concerning titles,
consult us. ' Salem
Abstract and
Laud Co., Salem,
Waters, Secretary
DregonA. F. W.
land Manager.
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE OF FINAL. ACCOUNT,
Notice Is hereby gi
yen that the tin-
derMgned" Admintetrat
rix bf the estate
of John CP Booth, depeaaed, has hr
tofore, to-wtt, on the
5th day of May,
1902,; filed her final' account, as. such
Administratrix, in the
County Court of
Marion "County, Oregon: an J that the
said Court has: made
an order setting
Tuesday, June the lpth, 1902, at 10
o'clock a. m. of said
day, for hearing
account and the
objections to said final
settlement thereof.
Dated this "th day of May. 190
JEANETTE BOOTH,
Administratrix.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW INSURANCE DEPOSIT
BY THE LION FjIRE. INSUR
" ; ANCE COMPANlf. LIMITED.
To Whom It May Conlcern:
In. accordance with the requirement's
of the laws of 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 will, if , no claifa against said
Company shall be filed with the Insur
a nee Commissioner within sixmonths
from the 24th day of January, 1902, the
same ueing wie oaie ui in? nrsi puoii
cation of this notice, withdraw Its
deposit from the State! Treasurer.
LION FIRE INSURANCE CO, LTD.
: By Wm. J. Landers,
,. Manager for-th4 Pacific Coast..
Dated at San Francisco, this 6th day
of Jan. 1902. v I l:25-6mo.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW -INSURANCE bEIOSIT
BY THE UNITED STATES
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
To Whom It May Concern:
In accordance with the requirements
of the laws of the- jState of Oregon,
relative to insuranc cttmitnles, no
tice la hereby given tjhat the UNITED
STATES FIRE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, of New York, New York; desiring
to cease i doing business within the
State of Oregon, intejnds to withdraw
its deposit with the' "treasurer ol said
State and win, if no claim against said
Company" shall be filed with the Insur.
a nee Commissioner -Within six months,
from the 21st day of February, 1902.
the same being . the jdate of the first
publication of "this notice, withdraw 11
deposit from the Statfe TreaaurerJ
UNITED STATES f FIRE ' INSUR
ANCE .Company. I !
By W. W. UNDERHILL.
. ' ' j I'resldenjt.
Dated at New York, this "th day.. of
February. 1902. f ' . 2:21-6 nio.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT..;
To all whom It may concern: '
You afe hreby notified that Jaorb
BA
rA
p4'
em.
D.1. C, G V.il.
Wonderful Ham.
Treat-nent.
Tbui wonderful Chl
nnw doctor U cit
Zrt-at tcan b
cures people without
operation that are
given up to lie. lie
cnrea with - thte
wonderful Chine.e
herbs, rwota. lut.
tmrk and v-netalir,
that are entirely "u-
knowa te medical science In this country.
Through the use of these harmloM r-m-in-s.
this fa moii doctor knows the actio
of ever 500 different remMiee which h
uccessfully Uhee In different diai'.
He guarantees to cure catarrh. aituna
niPK. throat. rhainatiam. aerveuxne.
(bmacta, Jlver, kidneyi. blalder. frnwti
crtouble, lost manhood, all private d I
h4 hundreds Of tesUmoniaia. Cuarr"
moderate. . f j
Call and see hlm.Oonsultatlon free. p
Uentii out of the el ty write fr blank anS
clrculr. Kudos rtamp. Addr The C
Gee Wo Cuineae Medicine Co.. lS-'v Tulrl
Street, Portland Oregon. Mention, tins
Irt Every Print
Shop There Is
The Devil
to,Pay
and besides him. we have to pay
a force of over 40 men, who are
emiioyed In the several depart
ments of our estsMlshment Tn
printing of various kinds. Every
thing printed here, from a call
ing card to a newspaper.. Will
yon become one of our pationa
and (.help to promote borne manu
facturing? .
STATESMAN t
JOB ... 'Phone
OFFICE Mala 2041
SAVE TIME
-.
by having castings made right here.
Foundry newly: equipped for work. ls
either Iron Or brass. OUR WORft
SUITS. . v ' " "
' For sale 8 horse power Ppragae eleeu
trie motor. . .
SALEM IRON WORKS
h''. ,---
(JAMES GILL. Lessee); ;
Summer Normal
T
Norm-il open on Mon1sy7'tay 5ih, '
the First National Bank .Building, Ca
lem, Oregon. j.'XJlasses will be formed
in all the branches required for slate
and county, papers.. . Address . . "
J. J. KRAPS
JOHN STOUT
Manufacturer of ,
Lociber, Sash,. Doors, illtwls,
MoBldfogs, ttc. i
Fine' mantles and grates, grill work,
show ' caoes V nd office . fixtures, spe
cialty. Wovtn alat Irult tray
Southwest corner Church s and aflU
streets. Salem. Or. Telephone I74L
WIRE FENCING
t . For all purposes. -
SoBjen . Doors and Windows. Haweil
find Cut Shingles;
WAllTER MORLEY
59 State Ht., 8alera
We carry Chines o Drucs tuui
Medicines. All kinds of roots ami
herbs. m Good fwr blool and nil
kinds of sickness. '
YICK SQ TONG CO.,
127 State Street Kaltm, Ort jroii
Stauffer. as admlnLrator of the etato
of Peter Gerig deceased, has filed hla
final account with. safd estate In tlta
Countyj Court of the County of Marlon
ana tat3 er uregon, and said Court.
by an order duly rfnasV ajwl entered
f rorord Jthereln, on the 22cl day Xif
May. 1902. jeeJUthe hour of 10 o tl'ck a.
m. on Monday, rhv 23 1 da -tit June,
ise'2, Jn the Counlr Cowt;Hop, Si-
lem. Marton County. Oregon, aj thi
time and place for the final hearing r
said account and- the -settlement there
of.
- JACOB STAlfFFEIt.
Adminfetrator of- the estate of iu-r
tlerlg. Ie-pas-d. '
Dated thia 2M day of May. 1902.
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF. KIN-'
AL ACCOCNT. r
In the funfy Court of the State of
Oregon, for ariorr County: In lk!
matter of the t Mate of l'cter Ms'ut,
deccait. Not ice ' - of sn'Uicrnent .A
final ttcefunt.
Notice is herthy given that Listzle
Mauer, th admlhtstratrix of th- estate
of I'eler Mauer, deceased-, ha filed in
the office of th- clerk of sai l Cirt, h-r
final' report end account aa svh ad
minUrtratria, and "the s-jid Court tutu
orde redt that "the , raid rejKrt- and at--count
and objections If any, thereto.
W heard and cli.-terimned In ald Court'
on Tu-Btjy, the 24th day of June, V.ws,
at the hour of 10 o'clock in the fie-.
noon ot s.-iUI day. - '- :z '
Dated this 17fh day of May. 1W)2.
CARSON & ADAMS,
Attorneys for Administratrix.
More hopt.and less longing' will brhu;
greater happiness.
It Is no longer nec?stiy for one to
be past mastr in the art of wearinK
to bold the iKjsilion tf steamboat mt'ej