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WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN. FRIDAY, JUXE 6. 1D02.
ibe Entire Class, Examined
Last Week; Passed by
; the Court
A NUMBER OP; IMPORTANT AP
PEAL CASES r DECIDED AND
OPINIONS HANDED DOWN YES
TERDAY,' AND SOME MINOR OR
DERS ENTERED OF RECORD.
f " . , ' .
Iri the Supreme Court, yesterday, the
class of young law students, examin
ed fort admission to the bar on last
xWrsday. was yesterday admitted to
practice in! all the courts of Oregon
' The class consists of the following
young! men; -, -
Jacob B. Ofner, Portland.
it. Otto Pickett. Portland. ' -R,
Leroy StowelL Portland.
Robert H. Thomas.' Portland-
- r Xf 1 nilaranri TVrtl-si ti1
tX i ...... - - ......
iaui . XJica. ruruauu.
John D. Newson. Portland.
Jay Upton, Portland. .'e- "
Hopkin Jenkins, Portland.'
J. Harry Klosteman,- Portland.
Nehemiah Mosessohn. , v
N. Wilbur". Wallace. Portland. -
Da via N.i Mosessohn. Portland. "
Samuel E. Notson; Dallas. , -John
L. Norwood, Salem.
Allen Forward,1 Salem. 1
C. C. Bryant, Portland.'
V. S. Risley, Portland;
Jose'Morene La Sell e Portland.
Frank B Riley. Portland.
V. C. Campbell. The Dalles. '
In the court, yesterday. ven cases
were decld,e(Lby the justices and opin
ions handed down, as follows: .
YV. T. Carroll, respondent, vs, Eliza
Nodine, appellant; appeal from Union
Mjnty, Honl Robert Eakin, Judge; Vre
versed. . .Opinion, by Associate, Justice
.r.' E. Wolverton. - ,j,
The United States Mortgage &
' Trust Company, respondent, vs. P. A.
Ma'rquam and Emma Marquam, et. at,
-appellants; appeal from Multnomah
couniy, Ion. John B. Clelahd, judge;
Hfnrmed. j Opinion . by .Associate Jus-ti-eC.
E. I Wolverton. - . . ' ',. ;
Statf? of Oregon, respondent, vs.
.Manny Howard, appellant; appeal from
Raker county. Hon. - Robert Eakin,
Judge: reversed and remanded. 4 Oplni
ion by CWef Justice R. S. Bean.'
J. E. Reynolds, appellant. ! vs.- J. V.
Soribt r. et.raL' ' resDondents: appeal
from Union county. Hon. Robert Eak--
In. Judge; safflrmed. Opinion by JChief.
JuBticeiR.': S. Bean. - "j'.--.' "v
W. A. Coughanour. appellant, vs.
James H. Hutchinson' and W. RHut-
thinsqn, . respondents. . and James
We lch and Sarah Welch,' appellants;
appeal from" Union "county, Hon. Rob-,
ert Eakin, Judge; affirmed, . Opinion
by Chief . Justice R. SV Bean. "
C. S. Brown and Anna, Wilkenson.
j respondents, vs. Mary "Case, appellant:
1 appeal jTrbm ' Clatsop county,, Hon.
Thomas A. McBrlde, judge; reversed
-Justice F.; A. Moore, s. '
The United ... States Mortgage A
Trust Company," respondent, vs. P. A.
and Emma .Marquam, et. al.. appel
: iants; appeal; from Multnomah' coun
ty, Hon. J. B. C.leland,"judge; affirmed.
.Opinion by Associate Justice C. ,. E.
Minor orders were made and entered
of record as follows: V . , 7?
j German Savings & Loan Society, re-fpondenf,-vs.
P. L. Willis appellant:
ordered on stipulation that this, cause
e determined on the briefs without
oral argument. J"' - " ' 1
fierman Savings & Xoan Society, re-upondent,1-
v Sarah M. Kern, admin
istratrix, appellant; ordered on motion
that appellant have until. June 24th to
serve and file his; brief. ; "-':"!
pzzle R. Butterlck. respondent, vs.
S. T. Richardson,, appellant: "motion to
i recall mandate and amend decree over
ruled, the decree being sufficient to
entitle the appellant to-costs in county
court. ' -; , - v- :
The case of Julia C. Richardson,; ap
pellant, vs. Itertrand Orth, , et. aU jre
snondents. an appeal .from Multnomah
county, was argueH and submitted on
Hppciiant s objection to the
of costs. ; -
PORTLAND CAMP MEETING
THE STATESMAN'S CORRESPON
DENT tTELLS.pF HIS VISIT Tq
. THE METROPOLIS.
(jFrorn Wednesday's Statesman.)
On board the steamer Ruth. Monday
nmrnlngj June ?ly Editor' Statesman:
My flint report closed with the begin
ning of conference work and with the
meetings well under -way. This brings
the work qf this great convention to a
lwe which ended with the X 7: 45 ser
vice last; evening. Prof. E. L. Stewart,
of Walla Walla College, preached the
onc!udlflg discourse dwelling upon the
"rial and- moral conditions of the pres
ent time; The speaker while he cannot
be called eloquent Is an attractive
preacher and all : hts -sermons were
soughfaftrr and fully attended. The
; Salem church was well ' represented.
Borne are returning on this boat, others
IH come Wednesday. and some wW
Veturn - by team. The Northem Paci
fic Conference" of; this people no longer
exists, two- new conferences being or
Kanlxed. 'during the six or eight meet
ings of the executive -powers pit this
great anniversary. -The "Western Ore
gon Conference of Seventh Day Adven
tiHts" embraces all the territory of
Oregon from the summit ' of the Cas
cades to the Pacific. Eld. F. M. Berg,
of .Portland. Is the" ew president and
brings to his-work new enthusiasm and
trong. youthful courage and efficiency.
The officers and headquarters of this
ikferefite are at Torlland, at W East
EveretV street The "Western Wash
ington Conference of Seventh Day Ad
ventlsts" embraces alt the state of
; NVashington from the summit of the
Cascades .west. This Is the other new
' conference. .Elder S.IVVNellls I presl
dentjaf It. -lie 4s also a young man of
ability and energy and 'will no 5 doubt
direct the work under his charge suc
cessfully.. The headquarters- of this
conference are at Seattle. Wash. Thus
the territory of the old North "Pacific
Conference Is divided' as Indicated,
though that part of it east.of the Cas
cades remains to be disposed of-at
some future time. The growing work
or this people on the Pacific Coast ren
dered these nw moves necessary, rEH
der H. W Decker though a strong man
5 'aIdYdowi the burden of work he
had carried on this Coast so long soloy
ally for so many years, and has been
assigned work as I understand In Cali
fornia. His labors with us hav Wn
an eminent success,and his ministry has
ween, one or courage and upbuilding,
we bid our old president, who has been
to us all a father in Christ, Godspeed in
his future labors. The attendance was
probably SCO and harmony attended all
me meetings, both religious and official.
I understand that Alaska and the Ha
waiian Islands are to be outposts of
missionary effort under the direction
of the newly created conferences. Mr.
H. H. Hall and Mr. S. C. Osborne both
of Oakland. Calif., labored in behalf of
the book w ork. Mr. Hall is manager of
the book department of the Pacific
Press Publishing Company, located at
Oakland, the headquarters of the pub
lishing work for this Coast.? STr, Os
borne Is traveling agent and missionary
of the Union Conference District em
bracing the states of Oregon, Washing
ton, Idaho, Utah. Montana and others.
f1; - js. cady, president of the
eaiosDurg. Calif.. College, and Prof,
C. C. Lewis, of Walla Walla, Wash,
College, were present to rive instn.
Uon , along educational lines. Both are
earnest workers and authors of educa
tional j books. : ! must not , forget In
closing, the musical . work of Prof. J.
W. Beardsley, of Walla Walla College
He had charge of the singing and has a
voice of great compass and exoressio..
and his work Is everywhere appreciat
ed. ; . ; ; - 5
Dally childrens meetings including
Kindergarten work were features of
the meetings. The next annual gather
ing -.will probably be held at Eugene,
though this has not been decided.
The Sabbath School work received at
tention, the contrbutions - of the two
sabbaths being $63.40. Thus closed the
conference year; The future holds put
encouraginV" prospects. , The workers
sojorth full of faith and hope In the
Masters service. 1 ' . 4
I attended Memorial services at Lone
Fir cemetery which a. were no ' doubt
what they ought to be, though I could
not get very near the speaker for the
immense crowds. Saturday., the 31st,
II. C. "J. Wbllaker. of Seattle, and C. J.
Cole, of Portland, were set apart to the
work of Gospel ministry by approprt-.
ate services, the former Is Of Swedish
descent and will continue , his labors
among the Scandinavians the latter
will labor, among those of English na
tlonalty. , PLEASANT POINT.
Chalnberlain Carried the
County By a Small
; Majority ". -
THE REPUBLICAN LEGISLATIVE?
TICKET ELECTED, AND THE
COUNTY TICKET IS MIXED
THE RESULT OF THE ELECTION 1
From Wednesday's Statesman.)
The election in Polk-county resulted
in victory for Chamberlain by avo4e
of 1131; to 1001 for Furnish. The re
mainder of the state ticket carried' the
county, while the county H ticket : Is
mixed, the Republicans electing the
Legislative ticket, , The result of the
election is as follows:
Chamberlain 11X1, Furnish 1001.
-Bean 1077, Bonham 951
Dunbar 1093, Sears 948.
Blackman'898. Moore 1190.
Ackerman 1037. Wann 1078.
. Crawford 1182. Raley 920. r'
Godfrey 982 Whitney 1061.
Tongue 11&2 Weatherford 9 IS. i i
Geer 1142, Wood 853.
Jones 1096, Simpson 931, for
Representative, Polk and Lincoln.
. -Hawkins 1147. Butler 894, for Rep
resentative.' - - i; ."' .
Rider 844, Riggs 1240, for Commis
sioner. : i1 ' -jv ;: .-!
Ford .1081, Graves 1049; forT sheriff.
Ford is a Democrat. ' . '
Laughary 1347, Simpson T78, for
clerk. : Laughary,' Republican, : re
elected. '. :' ' - ' ' ;
Daiton 1324,' Calbreath 863, for treas.
urer. Daiton, Democrat, -re-elected. -
Meyer 1141, Yoakum 922, for assessor,
Meyer, Democrat, re-elected. -
No content on surveyor and. coroner
both Democrats, s -
VlS AGAIN ARRESTED
A MAN CONVICTED OF STEALING
A IUCYCl,E IS ; SERVING
From Wednesday's Statesman.)..
IL P. Friar, who was rajeased from
the county Jail on SuhdLiy, June 1st,
having completed a two, months', sen
tence for the larceny of a. bicycle, was
re-arrested, upon a warrant from. Jus
tice of the Peace ."Donald's court,. on
April 3d. was arraigned in .that court
at- 10 o'clock yeaterday morning, plead
guilty to the charge of larcehy of Dr.
D. F. Lane's bicycle, on April 1st. and
was fined $40 by the court, upon "de
fault of which he was committed to
Jail for 20 days. . ,
When. Frtar completes this sentence
he will have to answer to the charge
of the theft of .O. J. Hull's bicycle
which was committed about the same
time as the others.
THE REBELLION ! CHECKED
, . ) -
LATE ADVICES" FROM THE
ORIENT SHOW LESS' DANGER .
, - FRO MC1IINBSE REBELS.
VICTORIA, B. C Jane 3. Late ad
vices brought by the" atcaiher Japan
are to the effect that the capture of
the rebel leader Nung. Yung' Sung" has
given; a check to' the Kwangsj rebel
lion and the troops sent to the rellet
of Nanninr met with very tittle oppo.jrtsurejv9-tnches,' nd not beginning
sitton. Steamers are now running t
Nanning and the forts of that town are
boing strengthened under the super
vision, of an American sergeant and
Weekly Bulletin ' Issued by
the Weather Bureau
CONDITION OF GRAIN CROP CON
TINUES THE . SAME AND THE
YIELD PROMISES TO BE LARGE
ENCOURAGING ' FRUIT" RE
' PORTS RECEIVED. ; A v 5
From .Wednesday's, Statesman.)
f The weekly crop bulletin Issued by
the United, States Department of .Ag
riculture, Weather : Bureau, Oregon
station, for the: week ending Monday
evening, June 2d, Is given herewith.
The general summary shows a, very
satisfactory condition of , crops, and
fruit' reports are 'encouraging?. The
bulletin is as follows: '-:'Z'''"?' l:.'.f .;'
The past week: has been one of vgreat
extremes in temperature.- The first two
days were bright and -warm, after
which .it turned cool and cloudy. Fre
quent small showers have -fallen dur
ing the latter portion of the week, and
pn several mornings, during temporary
clearing spells,, light frosts occurred in
the eastern portion of the state. .
Che maximum, or day temperature
In- Western Oregon ranged between 54
and SO degrees, and the. minimum, or
night .temperatures between 42 and .56
degrees. In Eastern Oregon, the max
imum temperatures ranged between 50
and 86 degrees and the minimum tem
peratures between. 34 and 56 -degrees. .
The condition of grain continues good
especially in the eastern portion "Of the
state.. -There has been plenty -of rriols
ture for spring-sown wheat,t and as the
plant has stooled nicely the yield prom
ises .to be larger than usual. Fall wheat
Is heading, but owing to the cqpl wea
ther, it is making slow advancement,
and steady, mild temperatures are now
needed, to mature a plump and hard
kernal. " ;v- : '
Some: alfalfa has been cut in'iamth
em Oregon, and clover and alfalfa Is
generally ready for harvxwlng, which
is retarded .by the, unsettiM condition
of the weather. Pastures continue In
excellent condition and ' stock is now
fat and sleek. - Sheepshearing is pro
gressing slowly and the clip will prob
ably be an average one. : ; I ;
Sugar beets In. Union county are .be
ing thinned and the crop la doing, nice
ly. Gardens, corn, potatoes and hops,
all need warmer wreather, but ibey con-
j tinue thrifty and promising, although
! verv backward. -
' The warm weather during the first
of the week brought In a number of. en
couraging fruit reports to the effect
that the damage to prunes, cherries
anil pears was not as great -as expe.
ed, but the weather later- became un
favorable, and the damage in 4he Wil
lamette valley to Italian prunes, royal
Ann cherries and Bartlett pear is con.
siderable. In Southern and ' Eastern
Oregon the-frult outlook is very-prorn
Wing, -and; there will undoubtedly e
plenty of .berries .: in all parts . of j tae
state.. 'Early apples have dropped bad
ly, but winter apples, as far as can be
determined, have set nicely.
Coast District. -
Skipanon.- Clatsop cdhnty.' Silas R.
SmIth--Cloudy w eather.wiih considera
ble rain;, abnormally co;g for this time
of year; oats and rye doing nicely; oth
er crops growing fairly ' well. ! Llv
stock slowly Improving in condition.
A little hail : this week, but no frosts;
cloudiness still continues.
Tempretont.Co6s county, Andrew Ol
sonAfter three days of a little dryer
weather, the southwesterly winds
turned, with cold rains, making the till
ing of the soli difficult, and delaying
planting; grass" and crops already in
the ground retarded by lack of warmth.
Fruit looks weir, and as the danger X
frost is over, a heavy crop is expected,
unless later damaged" by pest or hall,'
: , . WillametU Valley.
Buxton, Washington county, W.'J
Staley The w;eek has been cool and
showery; fine growing weather;' crops
are looking line; fall wheat beginning. to
head; 'gardens are late, owing .to the
backwardness of .the spring; early ap
ples and pears, are almost, a failure;
late fruit promises to be. a fair crop
Hoskins. Benton county. Perry Eddy
The first of the week was clear and
iartn, but Thursday It rained and
hailed, and the.weatner. has been cold
and w.et Since. Potatoes and gardens
were generally planted the'Jlrst of the
week; grain is looking very well ; grass
Isheavy ; fruit very uneven, but gener
ally there IS a good set left on the
trees. Sheep-shearing begun . but" hin
dered by the continued rain.
Aurora. Marion county, O D. F. Wil
son The weather continues cool and
cloudy, with frequent sprinkles of rain:
more sunshine is needed; crops of all
kinds are doing well Potato planting
is well along, but not all done yet.: '
Springfield. Lane county, J. C Bra
tain The week has been rainy' and
quite cool; unfavorable for fall wheat;
spring wheat and oats are looking fair;
but . are needing more sunshine; ; hops
are making a good growth; gardens
are hot doing very well. ;
; Columbia RivSr Valley. ? '"'
Moro. Sherman couhty, M- Damon
The weather has been very nice for
growing, crops and gardens; 'grain of
all kinds Is doing nicely; fall wheat has
a splendid ". stand , and there are very
few weeds; early fall wheat heading
out and bids fair lo ba t large crf;
summer-fallowing all 'done; gardens in
Arlington. Gilliam county, D. B.
Thomas fTh is week has been very fav
orable, fiir the' growth of all kinds"0'
grain; wheat Is looking unusually well.
If present conditions continue this will
be the best crop' year in this country
Early sown fall ' wheat Is heading out.
Ad&mx, Umatilla' county, C. S. Fer
gusonThe weather during the . past
week -'-'-Wa- generally favorable for
rralnsr (preyart of ".week warm and
clear, latter part cooler; on the nlglit
of the 23th there was some frost In low
places., but little or no damage results
ed. Some wheat very tall, by actual
to head, f Gardensnot doing well rm ac
count of wire worms.
" j Southsrn Oregon. ;
Boswell. Douglas county B. D. Hos
well Grain of all kinds doing remarka
bly well; prospects good for a .heavy
crop of hay. ; Grass fine.. Stock doing
welL" Italian prunes generally ruined
by rains; petite prunes full crop; cher
ries short; apples about average; wea
ther showery and warm. ;
Williams, Josephine , county. H. II.
PParlln The first three da vs , of ihe
ffpast week were liot and sunshiny; the
last half has ; been cloudy and cool.
Grain is doing finely: gardens growing;
potatoes coming up; corn Is up and has
a godd stand; hops are doing well;
blackberries in bloom; fruit plentiful ;all
crops are doing well. . x
' -Plateau Region.
Union, Union county. J4 F. Weaver
Crops Aave - made good advancement
during the past week. The weather was
warm during the first, part, with warm
showers, but It turned cooler during the
latter part, and Friday morning we had
a light-frost, which did . no particular
damage. Grass is making a good
growth, and stock is getting fat.
VERY LITTLE CEREMONY
WHEN THE BOERS AND BRITISH
SIGNED THE AGREEMENT FOR
PRETORIA, Monday; June 2. The
signing of the peace agreement on Sat
urday night last was carried out with
the least ' possible -ceremony, by Lord
Kitchener n.d Lord Milner and General
Dewet and others representing the Or
ange Free State; and General Schalk-
ourgner and others or the; Transvaal
Government, quietly In the dining-room
of the residence occupied by the burgh
er delegates, adjoining Lord Kitchen
er's house. The document lay on a ta
ble ready. Amid profound silence the
Boer leaders took a pen in order- of
precedence and affixed their signatures.
thus Surrendering the Independence for
which they had so gallantly struggled.
The document; was then entrusted to
Colonel Hamilton. Lord Kitchener's
military secretary, and Captain .Mark
er, an aide-de- camp., who left Pretor
ia tonight to deliver It to King Edward.
There was great rejoicing at all the
concentration -camps upon the news
that peace had been concluded. The oc
cupants assembled In the open, spaces
and chanted psalms, the women weep
ing with Joy. 7
, Arrangements are now; being made
to send representatives of each unit of
the British Army in South Africa to
participate in the corpnaion festivities
in London. . v
Idaho republicans. ;
BOISE. Ida., June 3. The Republi
can State Committee fixed on August
20th as the date for the State Conven
tion, which will be held n Boise, ?
Report of Supt J. F. ' Cal
breath for the Month 1 ;
GENKKAb lliSAL.ni Llltu ilVBll
TUTION IS REPORTED' AS EX
CELLENT W.ORK IN ALL fE-
PARTMENT8 IS PROaRESSING-4
COST OF OPERATION. ' I
From Wednesday's Statesman.) i
The Board of Trustees for the State
Insane Asylum held the regular numthi
ly business meeting at the Capitol yes
terday afternoon, and received the report-
of Supt. J. F. Calbreath for the
month of May. SupU Calbreath. in his
letter of transmittal said In part:
The general health of the institution
for May has been good, with the ex
ception of a few cases of a mild form
of la grippe. The work In- all depart
ments is progressing, very well The
new mangle has. been set jjp and run
ning tor almost four weeks, - It Is a
splendid machine and is a great im
provement to the laundry department.
It increases the drying capacity by at
New cement steps and walka have
been put in between the-kitchen and
the engine building The hew ward is
completed and furnished; and: will be
occupied this week.
I have received 3790.07 from the
United States Treasury Department,
for the keeping of the Alaskan Insane
for the quarter ending March 3d, 1.902.
The statistical report' of. the superin
tendent for . the month -of May, -as
shown Superintendent Calbreath,
is as follows: --
No. patients April 3th., 7.875 376 ,1251
No. received Maye. 17 . -12 :29,
No. -under care ...
893 38 '
No. d ischarged r ecoV. . i ; .
No. dlcharged much Imp'd.
No. dlchargwl Impv'd ......
No. discharged not imp....
No. died ..j.. ..........
No. eloped....... .........
. 2 3
Dichareel. died eloied.. .22 11 -33
No. patients remaining.. .;. 870 ; 377 1217
Average No. daily 1249 19-31.
The number of persons boarded, lodg
ed and cared for at the Asylum during
the past month,-is as follows:
No. officers and employes...... 149
Average No. patients. daU.y..l243 19r31
The per capita expense during the
month Is as follows:- '
Per ctfplta mmthly 19.23 -10
Per capita, dally, .. .. .. .. .. .29 t-l
The expenses of the institution "for
supplies puchased- aggregated ' 36144.25,
distributed Jamong. the .several! depart
ments as follows:
Kitchen and dining room....... .328 3y
Male department s
Female department I. 205 78
Bakerr.. 349 61
' 38 17
. SOS 88
; 3 s
Engine room ,.
Farm, garden and dairy...
Stable .... .... .. .I;........
Drug store ........
West Cottage -East
Stanley farm .
E XTf) 9fi
Infirmary ... ..
Taor .. .... ..
The Statesman Pubr Co. has on hand
several hundred copies ot th OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The price U 10 cents
each as long'us thejH
FOR SALE Mower
Rake. Inquire ox Paul Mlnxenmeier,
WANTED. A GIRL
TO DO GENER
washlng. .. Ad-
t al housework: no
dress A, care. Greenbaum's store.
WANTED Eggs arid country butter;
pay highest market price cash. Sa
lem Creamery CoL 25 Commercial
ASSAYER. WEDO A GENERAL
Prices ; resonable.
and satisfaction guaranteed. L. M.
Ormsby. 134 Court street, next to
Rodgers book blridery. '
REPORT CARDSJOur ' school report
to fit the school
register. The prices are: Twelve
cards for 10 cents
twent-fiv for 20
cents; . one hundred . tor 75 cents,
Statesman Publishing' Co., Salem.
A PRIVATE TIP-H-Malled. sealed, to
persons' of either siex who are married
or expect to be married and can keep
a secret. Sure anl harmless. . Try it,
25 cents sliver brings it. - Address
Excell. Supply CoL, -290 Jefferson :St.,
MONET TO LOAJS ON IMPROVED
farms and city r perfy.at per cent
, per annum; no commission. Please
call on or' address. Eugene Brey man
Remember the place. 270NCommer-
clal street, one door ndrth of Statesw
NOW Is a good
time to bring in
your machinery and ha.ve your repair
ing all done. Cast!
ngs. iron and brass.
furnished on short
notice. One bo 1 lei
complete for sale
" 2&S liberty St.
and 4-horse engine
cheap, v . . jj,
We do first
- ble Prices. '
class work' at reasons-
Frank Dimlck, over
Pohle At Bishop's
shop,, corner Liberty
DR. M. T.
SCH OHTTLE. r GR A-I U AT E
School - of Osteopathy.
' Kirksille, Mo.
Office in Tioga bl'ock.
Office hours from 8:30
to 11:30 and 1 tol
OSTEOPATH YDRS. W YCKOFF &
ALBRIGHT -Twenty months gradu
ates of the American Scholl of Osteo
" pathy and A. T. Still Infirmary. Dr
Wyckoff is the only gentleman gra
uate of osteopathy In Salem. Prac
tice established in falem since 1S9P
Hours 9 to 4. Phone Main 2721,' Odd
ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE
IN 188u.On:y com
plete set of abstract books la Marlon J
county, Oregon). Concerning titles,
consult us. Salem Abstract! an
. Land Co., Salepa, Oregon. F. W
Waters. Secretfliry and Manager.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
Notice Is Ivereby given that theun-
dersigped Administratrix of the estate
ef John C. BoothL
deceased, has here-
tofore. to-iwit, on
the 5th day of . May,
1902. filed" her finll
I account, as such
the County Court ol
Marion County. Oregon; and that the
said Court has made an order setting
Tuesday, June the .10th,. 1902. at 10
o'clock a. m. of said day, for- hearing
objections to said final account and the
Dated this 7th day of May. 1902.
JEANETTE IKXJTII. -
v - i , Admlnistratrix.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
DRAW " INSURANCE DEPOSIT"
; BY THE LICN' FIRE INSUR-
ANCE COMI ANY. LIMITED. -To
Whom It May Concern:
r In accordance irlth the requirements
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 vi'thln the State, ol
Oregon. lntendlF-t withdraw Its depos
its with the Tre isurer of said State
and will, if no claim against ' said.
Company shall b filed with th
a nee Commissioner within six
from the 24th day of January,
same being the date of the first
cation of this Inotlce, withdraw ,lts
deposit from the State Treasurer.
LION FIRE INSURANCE CO.. LTD.
By Wm. J. Landr,
Manager fr the PacTflc Coast,
Dated at San ifranclsco, this 8th day
of Jan: 4902.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WlTll-
BX THE U
' , FIRE INSURANCE CO.
To Whom it Majf Concern:
rf the laws of
with the requiremenjs
the Slate of Oregon,
relative to insurance comianles, no
Uce Is hereby gljren that the UNITEp
STATES FIRK INSURANCE tV)MPA
NT, of New York,' New York, dsfrina
to rease. doing
State of Oregon
business, within the
intends to withdraw
the Treasurer or said
lis. deposit with
L State and will, if no claim sksinst said
Company shall be-filed with the Insur
ance Commissioner within six month
from the 21st
day of February, 1302.
the same being.
the date of the first
publication of this notice.' withdraw iU
deposit from th4 State Treasurer. ; 1
STATE FIRE INSL'U
ANCE COM PAN
Y, . . ;"
i. v.. . Prasi'JenL
York, this 7th day ot
Dated at New
NOTICE F FINAL AOCO
To all whom It inr ecncetn; j k
You are lereiy notified lhat; Jacob
Stauffer, as administrator of tb estate
of Peter Gerig decease!, ha .filed hia
t final account mltH aahl estate in the
i County Court P( the County of Marlon
. EC, CEEP,
Tbls wonderful On
new doctor la -cslil
jr i great uecu .11
pr f T cure pecpte mjthout
given up to die. lit
cures with lhoj
S" S j : i' . herha ronta Lu!a
-wKfijXwA-' bars- and veireUUea,
. - .that are entirely nn-
knowa t medical science lu this country.
Turough'-the um of fleae. harml" reme
dies, this famous doctor know the actios
of over 609 differenc remedies which h
ucoesafufly . uut - In different deaiMs
He guarantees to cure catarrh, antiun.
Ming, throat, rhenmatism. nervouanes's.
stomach. liver, kidney, bladder. femI
trouble, lost manhood, all private dNeam?;
has hundreds of testtmoniaU. Charr""
moderate. v . - '
CaJI and see him. Consultation free( Pa,
tients out of the city write ror blank and
circular. Enclose stamp. Addrem The C
Oee Wo Cliinese Medicine Co.. li-'S Third
Ktre rnrtlnit Orer.in- Mention tll
In Every Print
Shop There Is
to Pay .....
and besides him, we bare to pay
a force of over 40 men. who are
employed In the" several depart
ments of oar estalUUhment In
printing of. various kinds. Every
thing printed here, from a call
ins card to sv newspaper. Will '
you become one of our . patrons
and help to promote borne mana
factariDjrf: J, .
OFFICE Main 2041
by having castings made . rlg"ht , he's
Foundry- newly equipped for work, i
either Iron df brass. OUR WOHH.
Forsale--$ horse power sprague el
SALEM IRON WORKS
JAMES GILL. Lessee) ;
' Manufacturar of
lomter, Sash. Doors, cilads.
Fine mantles and grates, grill work.
w aaw ww T. m SB) UU VMSWV I1AIU vSB Wm PlPSf
.clalty. Woven slat fruit trays
Southwest comer Church and Mill
streets. 8!rru; Or. - Telephone ltl
TO UAIKYMtrV... f
PAGE SILO HOOP
' FOR BALK I1Y'
Haletn Fenc Work", 69 Slate Kt. Kalent
Vre carry Chinese . Drugs uui
Mediciaesi AH kinds of ioota niid
herbs. (lood fr. blood and iill
kinds of tick ness.
Y1CK SO .TONG CO.,
127 8laU? Street, .. :8ak'iu, Orrpon
Burr's German Salve
Hsals quickly sil cuts or bruisaa,
draws soreness out of lams back, and
draws slivers out of flesh which' often
break off too short to pull, Sticks Tika
sticking p last sr. Try it and you will
never bs without.. O, mail 25 cents.
L. !. BARR :
No. 120 State St., Satcm, Or.
Money to Loan
On Improved farm and city propert.
at lowest ra'e.
" " THOMAS K. KOItn.
t Over Ladd 4k Bush's Bank.
Salem, Orpgon, 1
AT CURRENT RATE.
REAL ESTATE . ''
292 Commercial BtreeU laluin. Or.
arrd Stat? .f Oregon, a nl Val I t',urt.
by an ordT luly mi- an4 nter.i
ifreKrfl therein, on tho 2Z1 tiny of
May, T9A2. et the hour or 10 .-o'ciM-k a,
m. on Monday, tjie 251 day of Jun-,
190J, in tin CVunjy Court j low st
lem, MarWn Courrty. prison, .i th?
M me and lac for ybe finat hearing' f
of. x . j t - '.
AilmfnNr'jiior i,f the estate of Iv'tr
Daliil thin H lar f May. l'M)2.-
NOTICH-OF SP7TTLEMENT OF FIN'.
A L ACCOUNT.
In the County Court of thfr .State it
Oregon, for Marlon- County In tli
mattrof the fetate of petrj Mhit.
. def-fafr.i Notice' of .""?;.Ivmpnt , .f
; final account. '
Notice f her by. given that XAr.rA"
Mauer. t h,-,'iminit ra trix. of the ttate
of Peter -Ma uen U--ewi; has fil-r in
the office of the clerk of sal 1 t;trt, h f
final report an4 uccount a; v h 'i
rnlniMratrix; and nhe Wtiil Court has
ordered that the aUl retort an ! m x
v'fuiu ..irx it anx, iii-r''i'
, , . . . . . i , i ,
en Tu-d,jy, the 24th tay of Jun-, I'MrZ.
at the hour of 10 o'ekx k In the t rit
rioon ot sakl day. v
Date.l'thU 17th day of May. 1302.
CAREON & ADAMS.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
v Ik ' 1 i