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OREGON "STATESMAN. nUDAT, JUMjc aao2.
Sept S.'B. Ornisby, of the
Forest Reserves, Returns
A ITER COMPLETING A ! TIMBER
' SALE FOR THE GOVERNMENT
. BANGERS i APPOINTED AND
" SENT TO ;T11E FORREST: FOR
THEIR SUMMER'S WORK. -'
I (From Wednesday's Dairy.)
Capt, S- B. Ormsby. superintendent
of the CaspadeForest Reserve., has re
turned from a weeK trip to -the east
; side of the RePv; Dai; Dufur' where
- he measured a quantity of timber for
1 the, Dnfur Lumber Company -bongrhk
- by- that company -from the Government.
He report grain in the, sect lorf'of the
'country surrounding The Dalles In .ex
cellent Condition ah& promising
enormous crop. ' -. j , , e :
Supervisors W.;H Hi DHifur for the
north half, of the Reserve, and S. C.
Bart rum. of Roseburg, for the south
"half, have been appointed, the. Depart
ment having- decided, to have only two
; in ithe past. A number of forest
grangers have! been appointed, and some
of tnem are now on. amy in cne reserve.
and others will probably be named In
the course or tne- next Tew - davs or
weeks. The rangers are placed on the
pay roll at $60 per month, and they
furnish their 'own supplies, food, tools,
- horses, etc i Those Already appointed
In the two divisions are: r
David A. Carter, of Argenrtl.
Wm .TH. Nah, Ale. I .
I Chas-. F. Elgin, Rosedale. .
- Milton D. Markham. Forest Grovel
Arthur B. Lacy. Rlckrealh
. John L. Dimlck,'Mt. Hood., "
Oliver L, Paquet, Wam(c, : , .
' Wm. MungerWamlc , '. .
. : Poseph IL Prout, Dufur.
John- K. Remecal, Dufur.
Wm. C. WalkerDufur.
Samuel -Rj Thurston. Eugene.
Robert J.. Watson, Oak Creek.
Addison 8. Ireland, Olalla.
. Charles J. jVan Zlle, Roseburg.
Robert W., Veatch, Cottage Grove.
James C. McCully," Jacksonville.;
tHenry Ireland, Jacksonville.
. Frank L. Kent, Drain. i-
FOR NAVAL CADETS
.... EXAMINATION Y OF CANDIDATES
, FOR APPOINTMENT TO AN
NAPOLIS TO liE HELD.'
r "tFrom ! Wednesday's ;Daily.)
Only young -men "of sound bodies can
6e admitted to "the United. States mil
itary and naval academics. For this
reason , It has been thought advisable
by the Hon. Thos. It. Tongue to hold
a second preliminary examination for
naval cadets. The examination will
occur at Salem, Or. The mental ex
amination will be conducted -June 26th'
y. Prof.. W. C. Hawley. and the physi
cal txaminatlon by Dr. J.A. Richard
ttfin, June 27th. Candidates will be
examined in reading", writing, spelling,
arithmettic. geography, ; ' grammar,
United Spates History, mlgebra through
sraduats. f-and plane geometry (five
books). Candidates1 are advised to sub
mil thems4ves to aloca! physician be
fore coming to Salem; as only men of
sound bodiew. robust and j well formed,
lxtween tle ages of 1 15 and 20 years
and residents of the First Congres
sional District. are eligible. One cadet
and flre alternates are. to be appointed
by Mr. Torigu." v .
THE NYE WILL PROBATED
. t :'. - .-, -
THE ESTATE -LEFT 'TD THE DI
' ECT- HEIRS EXECUTRIX IS
" APPOINTED. ' :':
- (From Wednesday's Dally.
The last will and testament of J. S.
.-.Nye,, who died In Marion county on or
bout April 20, 1902, was yesterday filed
and admitted to probate in the- Mari
on county probate court and upon the
petition of Mary. E. Jye shev.w1as- ap-
' pointed executrix of the estate upon
her filing her bond In the sum of $2000.
The-estate,' which consists of both: real
-And personal property, and la valued atj
11700. according to the terms of the
: will. Is to be divided among the fallow
ing named heirs of law of the deceased:
Mary M. Carey. Ri P. Nye, J. M. Nye
Belle F. Penland. B. F. Nye, G. A. Nye,
Elsie Klghtlinger. Alice Poyser; Maud
Webster, Belle Fitzgerald. Wm. T. Mc
Donald and Mary E. Nye. W
NEWS NOTES FR0P1 SHAW
UUILDINQ -THE THE CATHOLIC
CHURCH AT THAT PLACE IS
I PROGRESSING. '
(From Wednesday's Dairy.)
isiIAW. June 18. The public .'school
III give ! an "entertalnmenC . Friday
evening, a( the Mi E. church. Every
one Is invited, and good Mime : is
promised. , '
Mrs. J. M. Stewart, of Portlands ar
rired here Saturday to visit her moCfr
er, Mrs.! J. C. Overson and her sister,
Mrs., o. E. Lewis.
A number of carperrters are busj
building the new Catholic church ; In
Mrs. G.' o: McGHvray Is on the sick
list -this week, though not in a danger
; Wilson Darby, of Salem, came out on
Saturday for ' visit, returning home
Sunday after noon.
r 11. A. Keene Is on the sick list; he
is suffering with the mumps.
VISITED EASTERN STAR
DALLAS !- MASONS
WIVES ATTENDED CHEDW1CK
CHAPTER LAST NIGHT.
' ; , (From Wednesday Dally.)
A large tarty of ladles and gentle?
men of Dallas, members ot the. Eastern
Star, drove to this city last evening tc
pay a fraternal , visit to Chad wick
Chapter No, 37. of Salem, and enjoy the
nospttaiity of the Salem, sisters and
brethren.- The meeting In the Masonic
hall was well attained : by the Salem
members, and an enjoyable evening
was spent. .; -.'
At a late hour the visitors deoarted
for their homes, driving Over the hills
to Dallas in the bright moomllgt. Mrs.
AIHe Townsend. of Dallas, the Worthy
Matron of the Grand Chapter of Ore
gon. O'. E. S-. was with the party, and
among the company were the follow
ing:, 'M i;-.
Mr. and Mrs, Charles F. Belt, Mr.
and Mrs. U. S. Grant. Mr." and Mrs-
Walter Williams. Mr. and Mrs. A. '
Mulr.'Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bid die. Mr. and
Mrs. J.: N. Hart. Mr. and -Mrs. E. J.
Bryan. Mrs.'R. I. Chapman, Mr. R. B.
Williams. Miss Reddle Campbell Miss
rAina oimonion. .-
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
DISTRICT CONVENTION WILL BE
HELD IN SALEM ON NEXT
- SATURDAY. '
. (From Wednesday's Dally.) ,
The Knights of Pythias of Salem will.
on next Saturday, entertain the mem
oers: or -the lodges In ; nearby towns,
composing, the fifth district, when the
disftict , convention of ; the order will
be held here, and an excellent program
has been prepared I for the j occasion.
There will be two sessions during the
day one beginning at 2:30 p. -m.. the
other at 7:30. the latter to be followed
by a sumptuous banquet. The program
for the day's entertainment and busi
ness is as follows;
' .Afternoon 2:30. ;
Calling convention to order. L. R.
Stinsori, G. K. R. 6.
Address of Welcom, F. T. Wright-
man, .Grand Tribune; if .
Response -No. 7, L. M- Curl, G. M.
A-i,No. 11, J. Fred Yates: No. 35. Geo.
Cusslter;; No. 36, A.- G.- Prill; No. 45,
David Calbreath; No. 66, G. B. Dimlek;
No. 67, C. M. Crittenden. ,
Address, J. H. Aitkin. Grand Chan
cellor. . : ,.. i - - " : :
Exemplification of Unwritten Work,
Turner Oliver, Si R i
Pythianism Past, :W.; L. Bradshaw,
p. a c. . . . ;n .v;" .
Pythianism Future, , J. P, Kennedy,
P. G. O. ,
Opening of Central Lodge . No. 18,
C. W. Townsend, C. C. ; ; : . -,
Rank pf PageiCentrai Lodge, Select
ed Officers. ; , f -"
Rank of Esquire Central Lodge, Se
lected officers. Sr :'' .
Rank of Knight Competing Lodges.
Completion of Rank of Knight, Se
lected Officers. i.. .v
Awarding" Prizes, by Judges.
THE WORKMEN OFFICERS
BY THE! SUPREME
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
PORTLAND. June 17. The SuprcmeJ
Lodge, A. O. U. W., today elected the
following officers; 7 i
Webb McNall, ' Kansas,' Supreme
Master. ' . ,....-
C. ,R. Matson, Illinois, Supreme
Foreman. ' ;: '. : 1,:.
! W, , H. Miller, Miesaurl, Supreme
M. W. Sackett, Pennsylvania, Su
J. J. Acker, New York, Supreme
Receiver. ' ' . - ",
K. C. Merrill, New Hampshire, Su
, B B. Ritchie, Manitoba. Supreme
. Tr. D. H. Shields, Missouri, Su
preme Medical Examiner.
The per capita tax Cor the Supreme
Lodge purposes ' was reduced from 20
cents to 18 cents. The Supreme Lodge
today decided that the UnKed. States
IsKin a condition of war. . The by-laws
or the Order provide that no -soldier
can loin while the Nation Is at war.
The questfon arose In Kansas, whether
'or riot the United States is at war. The
Grand Master of that state held that
the ; Nation wss not at warj and admit
ted several soldier to membership. An
appeal was taken to the Supreme
Lodge, 'and this afternoon that body
"reversed the Kansas Grand Lodge,
holding that in the language of the
Secretary of War, the United Stsrtes Is
nw inj a condition of war, and that
soldiers cannot be admitted to mem
bership. ' i
WOODMEN AT W00DBURN
DISTRICT CONVENTION MEETS IN
; TITAT CITY TODAY WOMEN
.' f ' OF WOODCRAFT
.r:i:l;rf---: i : '' vv
(From Wednesday's Daily;)
The district conventions of the Wood
men of the World and the Women of
Woodcraft will be held "at Woodburn
today, when delegates." will be chosen
to repreKmt the members pf the orders
In this section. In the Head Camp ana
Grand Circle respectively. A number
5f the delegates from this city leave for
foodburn this morning" to attend the
sessions. The delegates , from Salem
Camp No. 118. Woodmen of .the World;
favor Wylie A. Moores for delegate to
the . Head Cam-?, and the representa
tives of Silver Bell Circle. Women of
Woodcraft favor Mrs. R. H. Leabo for
representative to - thev Grand Circle.
Woodburn has .made extensive prepara
tions to; receive the delegates, and all
visitors will be royallr entertained by
the hospitable - choppers at French
- - a"' i .iiiii 'in i ii i 1 ' -S-
Five real estate transfers were filed
for record with 1 the county recorder
yesterday, the considerations of which
aggregated 82275,-as follows:
Philip Meier to "Joseph and Isa
bella. Brombenrer "one acre in
section 11." t s, r 1 w; w.d-.J
J. L. Freeland to Gideon Sher- .
wood. 32 feet off south side lot t
block 44. of Salem, w. d.. ;
G . W. Watt and wife to Walter T.
Jenks. lot . block 2, Watt's ad
dition to Salem, w.'d, . .'. . ..
Geoi W. Watt and wife to Minnie
El Gile, lot 8. block 2. of Wal fs (
addition to Salens, w. d.l ..
peo. H Beebe. and wife ,to Geo.
M. Fry, 51 acres' In John W.
Grim and wife d. L c,-t 4 . r I
w, q. c d.. ., ;, .. ...
Weekly Bulletin Issued for
the Week Just
BT THE OREGON SECTION OF THE
WEATHER BUREAU GRAIN IS
; PROMISING BIG YIELDS, WHILE
THE HOPS ARE IN EXCELLENT
CONDITION. ' ".
i (From Wednesday's Daily.)
. The weekly weather and crou bulle-i
tin issued by the Oregon Section of the
Weather Bureau for the week ending
Monday evening, June 16th. The bulle
tin shows all crops to be in excellent
condition And especially are nops grow
ing nicely.- The general . summary, of
the crop situation Is as follows:
The weather during the past week
was dry, and -ery favorable for the
growing crops. The maximum, or day
temperatures in Western Oregon rang
ed between 66 degrees and 76 degrees,
and ' the minimum, or night tempera
tures between 42 and 63 degrees. : In
Eastern Oregon the maximum tempera
tures ranged between 60 and 2 degrees
and the minimum temperatures be
tween 38 and 62 degrees. The days
were' moderately mild, but th nights
were rather top cool for" the rapid ad
vancement of, corn and gardens.
Wheat,' oats and barley are heading
under very- favorable weather condi
tions and there is hardly any doubt but
the wheat crpi this year will- be a
good as last year's crop, notwithstand
ing the damaging freeze, in January.
. Haying is ' now well started In the
Western portions of the state, . and a
good first cutting of alfalfa Is being
housed in excellent condition. , For
some unexplained reason, vthe crop of
timothy is not as heavy as usual, but
Clover ha will amount to, more than
an average prop. Range grass continues
good and stock Is generally fat. - Sheep
shearing is practically done and" the
late reports indicate that" the clip will
be -above the -average In quantity and
about the average in quality.
Hops are doing, splendidly and no
complaints are made, of lice. It has
been too cold for' corn, but the plant is
thrifty and Its cultRatlon I. general.
Potatoes and gardens are backward,
but otherwise promising. Fruit contin
ues dropping in -. many sections, and
cherries will probably not amount to
more than half a cron. . Strawberries
are plentiful and the indications' point
to good crops of blackberries and rasp
. berries. . . ' . ,
- Cosst- District. - (
Bay City, Tillamook county, Capt. J
J. Dawson. Owing to te amount of
dry weather we have had this weeK,
a large amount of farm work was done;
tide-land hay and some clover is being
cut; greert- gooseberries, radices, and
sea I lions are in market ; there ia a large
crop of ripe salmon berties
cherries are set, and show about half
a crop. '.' ,; - :. vf; ' -,..
-: Myrtle Point, Coos county, L- Strong.
First part of week warm., latter part-
cooler with north westi winds and no
rains. Grass and gardens growing very
fast: some barley yet to be sown on
low landst barley Is nom times sown as
late as July -4tl". and makes a crop,
Milk Increaslng-at creameries. ' Roadw
are getting good." Fruit prospects good.
No late frosts here.
Rosedale, Marion county, R. J. Spen
cer. The I weather has been fine
throughout the week. : All. crops .have
been benenttedthy continued sunshine,
Late grafn shows imarked Improvement.
Corn Is making a thrifty start" and cul
tivation has commenced. Strawberries
are ripening; Fruit prospects generally
good."- . .; -' ' :-. ' '
Albany. Linn county. It. C. Jordan.-
his week has been favorable for grow
ing crops; . grain Of all kinds looks w ell.
Gardens "are .growing rapidly, and
strawberries- are ready foe. market.
Sheepshearing Is nearly finished. Roads
are drying off rapidly. :
Wren, Benton county;' G.v A. Rayne.
The past week has been generally clear,
and cool. Fall-sown gram and grass
are growing nicely, but spring grain
does not look Very promising and needs
rain; the fruit crop will be light, with
.the exception of some varieties of ber
ries. -.. .. .. y -" -; .
c ; Columbia River Valley, j
Durfur. Wasco county; Alex Strachan
the past week has been favorable fpr
the crops. VConsiderable wind f rom thfe
east, but not warm' enough to hurt
grain. Fall barley ready to cut foirhay;
wheat all heading. Prospects are good
for ah excellent yield, of all kinds of
farm products. . - ;
Hood ; River, Wasco county. R. E.
Harblsonj-Clover suttlng is in pro
gress and the crop is Very heavy: much
of is lodged., Winter grain looks .well
and "will, make a full crop. Strawberry
growers are enjoying an excellent sea
son. Estimates oh the apple crop are
nojt easily made now, but a good aver
age crop Is quite certain.
Adams. Umatilla county, C. S. Fergu
son. Weather fine for., crops of all
kinds and they are doing well. Barley
hading out, some"" has been cut for
hay; wheat heading tine, very tall in
places and weeds bad. Gardens -K doing
well, but backward. , Potatoes' doing
fine. ' ;' ' . '.-A - vf.Vr.;
-Southern Orsgon. '
Buncom, Jackson county, J. Parks.
Weather good for haying; farmers are
cutting alfalfa; jthe crop Is above the
average and Is coming into barns in
fine gondition ; gardens - extra good ;
wheat Is; gop. but will r.ot be cut for
some time; "frost the 14th, but itot
heavy enough to do any damage. j
'Rice. Mill. Douglas county. L. IL Ca
laine. Continued fair and cool weather.
The ground is getting jjulte dry., Grass
has a .good color and Is growing fairly
well; haying has commenced; pasture
Is beginning to dry up on some of the
hills; there Is some complaint of Ital
ian prunes falling off, also varieties of
apples: pears are not good. .
Wildervllle. Josephine county, J. M.
Hoxle,--Cleaf and warm all .the week;
haying progressing nicely.. Com and
other crops making fine growth: quite
a frost on thJ4th, but no damage
done.: Ranged In this section extra
good; fruit needs thinning very badly;
no reports of rust as yet.
X':'- Plateau Region,' - (
Island City. Union county. J- M. Mc
Call. Early fall wheat beginning to
nead; sugar beets' nearly all thinned
out, they have made a splendid growth.
The-aprle crop promises to be a full
one; only about half of a cherry crop
will mature; late potatoes coming up.
We have-bad some west winds. A nice
rain would .do much good. Weather
ciear ana warm.: i ;
Arcadia, Malheur trmntT. B. W. I
raybiU. Fine :,w-eathe?. ' Everything!
growing njcely. Started to cut alfalfa I
on Manday the 9th. crop good; a full
fruit crop in sight. . x
FOR SCHOOL LIBRARY
THE ENTERTAINMENT AT THE
' . OPERA 1COUSE A SUCCESS A
COMMENCEMENT. ' '
1 - a
; (From Wednesday's Daily.)
The entertainment at the New Grand
Opera House, last night, given by the
teachers, pupils and patrons of the Lin
coln school, for the benefit of the school
library, was a: complete success; there
was a goodly attendance, an excellent
program, the ; audienceijpprecia.tlve;
and the management satisfied. The
stage, had been beautifully and taste
fully decorated with a wealth of roses
and other sflowers and these, with the
pretty costumes of the actors children
an j grown people made a beautitul
picture.t The entire program was' beau
tifully rendered, and much enjoyed.
The receipts w'ill go far toward Improv
ing the library of Lincoln school for
the benefit of the pupils. The program
Song "Grander Than' All the Ban
ners of, the World," by School.
Exercise "Over in the Meadow."
Song "The Morgan Family."
Ribbon Drill By sixteen girls.
Exercise "The Worm and Butterfly."
Recitation Bessie Buckingham.
Piano Solo Blanche Brown. ,
The Brownies' School.
Orchestra. . ;.
Exercise "In the Time, of Roses."
Solo "Please Give Me a Penny." -Farce
"Ye Deestrick Skule."
The commencement exercises of the
Northw;est Normal College, at the
First Baptist church, last nfght, were
well attended, and an Interesting program-
was rendered- The address of
the evening; by .President Boardman, of
McMlnnville College, was a master
piece, and rnuch enjoyed by. all. Presi
dent A. J. Garland, of the college pre
sented the diplomas to the class. Fol
lowing is the class roll; r y
Commercial Course B.'W. Snyder, F,
E. Ellis, C. J. Carlton, Jasper W. Lon
gor.j - .- . -. ": ' ; . . . ..
English Course Miss Cora Talking
ton. C. A. Lew is.
Classical Course J. W. Mott, T. II.
Laufman,: Paul G. Stahl. .
The lawn social, given by the Catholic
ladies on the lawn at St. Joseph's hall.
last night, drew, a large prow-d: of the
members and friends, arid one of the
.most enjoyable evenings of the season
was spent by those pressnt. - The
Cheiriawa Indian Bad was present
and on the beautifully arranged and
decorated lawn delicate seasonable re
freshments were serv-ed, while the
younger members of the party indulged
in social games. -
The parishioners of the Chemeketa
Street Evangelirsal church ahd the resi
dents of Rast Salem last evening gave
a reception, at the residence- of Isaah
Shenefleld. to Rev. T. R. Horhschuch,
the jiew pastor of that-church. Rev. C
F, Royal delivered a rlef address of
welcome which was responded to jn a
few appropriate words by Rev.' llorns--huch
and -the 'entire company was
served with light fend delicious refresh
ments, Indulging In merry conversation
the while, and the evening was very
pleasantly passed.: . H; .
WOODMEN -IN SESSION
DISTRICT . CONVENTIONS E LECT-
EDTHE5 DELEGATES TO THE
HEAD' CAMPS YESTRDAY.
(Frm Thursday's Dally.) . ; :
WOODBUliN. June 18. The annual
district convention of the Woolmen of
the World and Women of Woodcraft
were In' Wsslon In this wlty today to
elect delegates to the Head Camp.
Over 300 delegates' were in attendance.
Elaborate arrangements iad been
made and the guests were received In
fitting style,;' All business bouses wet e
appropriately decorated, and on Frcnt
street two beautiful arches of wtelcome
were erected. -Nothing was left un
done for the comfort and entertain
ment of the"ivJsitors. v'
At 10:30 the psxa3e w.as formed,, and
headed by the Chemawa Indian Band
and French Prairie Camp, proceeded
to the- Masonic halU -The . procession
was three blocks long. At the hall.
Chairman' O, D. Henderson called the
delegates to order, afld a neat address
of welcome was delivered by Mayor
Tomlinson, the response being made
by Head Manager W. C. Hawley. of
Salem. The Women of Woodcraft or
ganised permanently by electing. Mrs.
Randall, of Oregon Circle, Alblna.'-pres-Ident;
Mrs. V. Ortsfleld, Astoria Cirtle,
clerk; -Mrs. Spencer, Portland, attend
ant; Mrs. Williams, ; Inner v, sentinel;
Mrs. Worthtngton. Ob wjgo. outer s. n
tinel. The delegates to: the -Grand Cir
cle from the Woman of Woodcraft are:
Mrs. M. Lawrence, Portland; Mrs.
W Ortschlld, Portland; Mrs.- bewail,
McMlnnville; Mrs. Kate 'Orton, Port-?
Alternatlveyi Mrs. Morrow, - I'ort
land; Mrs. ILyd ia Leabo, Salem; Mrs,
Sadie Toose1, Woodburn; Mrs. Spencer,
Portland; Mrs. Gaines, Dallas.
Wylie A- Moores, clerk of Sidem
Camp No. 118, Woodmen of the World,
was .elected a delegate to the Ilvad
Camp. t - . i ''
Following the adpurnment of the two
conventions, a ban'juct was tendered
the delegates; tonight, after which all
enjoyed; a grand balL .: . ." '
Even a" Stoie Groans
under the torment of neuralgia, when
every nerve Ip face' or limb throbs arid
Jumps. Philosophy cannot endure tnis
agony but Perry Davis' Palnk.uer re
lieves iU Bathe the affected parts free
ly, kc 9 them warm and do not -ex
pose yourself to cold and dampness.
Medical science , marches right along,
but It has not " found the equal of
Painkiller in the treatment of neuralgia
BOERS WANT AID:
LONDON. June 18- In a dlpatcb
from Brussels, the correspondent of the
Daily Express says Mr. Belts, former
State Secretary of the Transvaal, and
General Lucas Meyer purpose making a
tour of the United States to collect
money for poor Boer families.
The Statesman Pub. Co. has on hand
I several hundred copier of the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The price Is JO cents
each as long as they last.
WANTED Eggs and country: butter;
pay highest market, price cash. Sa
lem Creamery Co 325 Commercial
street. - - "
ASSAYER. WE PO : A GENERAL
assay, business. Prices- resonable.
- and satisfaction guaranteed. ; L. M.
Ormsby.. 134 Court street. . next to
Rodgers book -bindery. : -
REPORT C-RDS-Our school report
cards aie printedto fit the ac-hool
register. The prices are: Twelve
cards for 1ft cents; twenty-five for . 20
cents; one hundred -'for' ;75 cetM.
Statesman- Publishing - Co., Salem.
: Ore.. , -T s '
MONEY, TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and city ropertjf at 4 per pent
. per annum; no commission. Please
call on or address! Eugene Breyman.
Remember the place, 270 Commer
cial street, one door north of States-
rnan office. ; - ;.
NOW Is a good time to bring in
yous machinery a ad hs.ye your repair
ing all done. Castings, iron and brass,
furnished on short notice. , One boilet
and 4-horse engine complete for- sale
cheap, ' E. M. K1GHTLINGER.
Phone 2933. 208 IJberty St.
STRAYED FROM SALEM One- dark
bay or brown mare; eight or -nine
years old; weight about one. thous
and.: . small white spot ; in forehead:
plates on one front and ' both hind
feet; slight collar marks: . foretop
elippedxshort, stubny tall; high spir
it ad, but very gentle; fine buggy ani
mal; last seen Friday evening, the
6th, at dark, ten miles northeast of
Salenvt traveling fast. Take upand
address any information to J. De
combe, Salem, Or. Flnde will be
amply rewarded. V .
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY PAINTING
r-We do llrst-ciass work at reasona-
-; 'ble prices. . ' Frank Dlmick. over
Pohle A Bishop's shop, corner Liberty
and Ferry streets.
DR. M. T. SCHOETTLE. GRADUATE
, pf ArneriCan School of Osteopathy.
Kirksville, Mo. Office in Tioga block.
over the pa.; Office hours from 8:30
to 11:30 and 1 to 4
OSTEOPATHY DRS. W YCKOFF &
ALBRIGHT Twenty month gradu
ates of the American Scholl of OSteo-
pathy and A. T. Still Infirmary. Dr,
Nwyckoff is the only gentleman grad
' uate of osteopathy in Salem. Prac
tice eV'-ablished in Salem "since 1S9P
Hours 9 to 4. Phone Main 2721. Odd
Fellows Temple.v ,
ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE.
ESTABLISHED IN !. OUiy com
plete ot abstract books In Marion
county, Oregon. Concerning - titles
.rpnstilfi osv ;t &iicm Abstract an
Iind 'Co., Salem, Oregon. F. V
' Waters. Secretary : and Manager.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WITH
- Tin 1 ir , tvcftii WfL. nrnnciT
BY THE r LION FIRE INSUR-
ANCE. COMPANY. LIMITED. ,
To Whom It May Concern i f
In accordance with the requirements
of the laws " of the State of Oregon,
relative to insurance companies, notice
is hereby given that the LION. FIHE
INSURANCE COMPANY, IJM1TEU,
of London, England, desiring to efcase
doing business - within the s-State of
Oregon, intends to withdraw its depos
its' with the Treasurer pf said; State
and wilL If no--cIalm against -said
Company shall be filed with the Insur-
fance 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 FI ItEj 1 NS U RA NCE CO ; LTD.
- . A By Wm. Landers,
Manager for the Pacific Coast,
Dated at San Francisco, this 6lh day
of Jan. 1902. v ) . l:25-6mo.
NOTICE OF: INTENTION TO.W1TH-
DRAW.i INSURANCE DKliOSIT
i . BY . .TItE - UNITED STATES .
L FIRE INSURANCE CO.
To Whom It May Concern:
In, accordance ; with the requlremerfls
pf the laws, of .the State of Oregon,
relative to .insurance compariles.no
tice Is hereby given that the UNITED
STATES FlltE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, of New York, New York, desiring
to cease doing busineae within the
State of Oregon. Intends to withdraw
its deposit with the Treasurer of said
Slate and:will. it no claim against raid
Company shall be filed with the Insur
ance 'Coramisslorier- wfthin six months
from' the 21st day of February, li02.
the same being the date of- the first
publication of this notice, withdraw its
deposit from the State Treasurer.
UNITED STATES FIRE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY. .
By W. W, UNDERHILU j
Dated at New York, this 7th day o
February, mi ; -? 2:21- m
NOTICE OF SETTI.KME.N'T OKFIN
. AL ACCOUNT;
In the County Court, of thy State 'of
Oregon, for Marion County; in the
. matter of the estate of Peter Mauer.
. deceased ' Notice of.ettlemtnt of
final account. . w
; Notice is hereby given that- Ll"le
Mauer. the administratrix of the estate
of Peter Mauer, deceased, has; filed In
the ofilce of the cterk of saM Csrt, her
final renort and account ai "-h ad-
mlirtstratrix. and the said Court haf
ordered that the'- id report and ac
count and objections, if any. thereto,
be hrd and d. termined in said Court
oh Tuesd-ay. the 24th day of June, 190S
at the hour of 10 o'clock ia ttjte fore
noon ot said day. m
Dated this 17rh day of Msy. 1W2.
; CARSON. & ADAMS. ;!
Attorneys for Administratrix. .
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SWf Ue' sftetettzi Ha a!rt 8Jlll
DH.C. GEE V.iX
TLls wonderful OM;
nra doctor I csii'-d"
great bcan ""
cures people without
gives up . ' 1
caret wtttt thoM :
herbs, roots. b1v
bark sod veKetablei,. 1
.that are entirely m-
kbowa to tneuical of nee in this cnry.
Through the use of tbese harwlnt rene
dies. this famous doctor knows he s tioa
of over y different rt-mevlies wUlch h
ucoessfully uul Jn different d.iteasea.
He guaranteea to est catarrh, anlhni.
husk, throat. . rheoirtattton. nryuwr.
nxnnrft. liver, kidney, bladder. fettval
trouble, Uwt manhood, all private ul -e-aeji;
has- hundreds of teaUmonials. ,. Cbarr"
moderate.-. ' '-
Call and hlsi.Coultatln free. Pa
tients out of the city write for blank and
ctrcsUr. Kudos stamp. Addre The C
Gee Wo ChineiMi MMuHSe Co., 132H TMrA
&trU -Tor U and. Oregoo Mentloa ttU
Pw. A - v -- , -
In Every Print
Shop There Is
d besides him. we have to pay
a force pf over 40 inen, who are
: emplpyed In the several depart
ments of our establishment In
prlatiug of various kinds. Every
thing printed here, from a csU-
, Ids card to a newspaper. aWJU'
you become one of our patrons
and help to promote bpme manu
OFFICE Mala 2041
by having castings made right bar.
Foundry, newly equipped for work, l
either iron pr brass. OUR WOUK
SUITS. :. ' , ' -- . ''
For sale S horse power Sprague elec
tric motor. . . -
SAtEM IRON WORKS
. (JAMES GILL: Lessee).
Manufacturer of "
Lamber, Sasb, Dcorsv Blinds,.
Fine mantles and grates, grill work,
show. coses and office fixtures, s spe
cialty. . Woven slat fruit trays ". ... ;
Southwest corner Church and 1114
streets. 4letn. Or. TUnhone IT41
PAGE SILO HOOP
FOR HALE BY . ' .
Walter M or ley, - :
Halem I-ViM- Workii, 51) Klate 81. Hulent
Wo carry Chi ne?o Drugs tux!
Mtnliciiif V,AH kinds of toots unl
herbs: (load f r blood .. am! nil
kiuds of bickness.
YICK SO TON G CO.,
127 8tate 81 reel, . Halctii, Oregon
Burr's German Salve
Haals quickly all cuts or brMisaa,
draws soreness out of lams back, mr4
draws stivers out of flsih which often
break off-toe short to pull. 'Sticks like
sticking plaster. -Try- It, mt you will
nttver ba without. B mall Z5-tents.
0 Lfil BARR ,
No. 120 State St.. Salem, Or.
I carry all kinds of Chinese drugs and
medicines. Roots and herb's natiJreH
medicine. -Good for all kinds of lU-it-
Aess. Cures , opium habit. Gxid for
the blood and kidneys.
no if it ht rtnu
21 Liberty 8treet, . j 8altm, Oregon
Annora M. Welch, Prop. 04 court
Hops Hops Hops
If yoo are Interested in bop news
and prices, it wlil pay yon to get the'
reports pf the , . ,
N. Y. OOP KEPORTI.Na CO
i , . S3 WLltehall St.
x . New York, City.
EMMET WELLS. Gen. Manager. (
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
To ill whom it may concern;. ;
You are hcrepy notified that 'Jacob
Staeffer, as adminlitrator of Ihe'tntaie
of I'eter "CJerlg d?eead. lias n)d hi
final account withsai.l enlate in tlw
County Court1 of the;ounty; of Marion
and Stat; of Oregon, Nsn-I .said Court.'
by an ord-r duly mak'1and ent'rre'l
of record therein, on the 221 day' of
May, IMi. t the houf tf 10 o'cJock' a, .
m. on Monday. The 2lf dy of Jun;
Mi, in the Omnty .'Court. ';tou?"c. -S.-s-Jem."
Slarion ' Count y, Orrn. a th"
time alJ d place for. the fnal h aWng tf
m! 4 .account and the s'-lileiii-.-nt' there
of. --- -: - - .
Administrator of the esla-.ju of Ivur
OTlg, deceased. f - x
' Dated thlsryi.day oriray, 1D02.