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VEEiat OEEGON STATESMAN. TUE5DAT, JUNE Zi. 19C2.
10 WORK FOR
president Vehrung : and Sec
retary Wisdom Go To
X1IET WILL, PUT IK SOME TIME
DOtsd MISSIONARY WORK IN
SOUTHERN OREGON- FOR THE
- STATE'S BIO J EXPOSITION , IN
Tins CITT NEXT SEPTEMBER.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
President W. H. ; Wehnmg and Sec
retary M. D. . Wisdom "of the: Oregon
3tat Board of -Agriculture starte! out
last evening, from, this cftyon tour
trough the' Willamette : Valley and
Southern Oregon In the Interest of the
coming Staje Fair to be held at Sa
lem September 15-20. The prospects
for a successful ; fair are regarded as
very bright. The two gentlemen went
from here to Ashland, and-wilt- then
rorlt this way:, visiting ali "the coun
ties, and urging: attendance j.ahd the
xhibitlon of products for premiums. '
The circuit of fairs- arranged '. early
in the year will bring out a large num
ber 'of exhibitions of live stock that
will attend all the fairs bf the circuit.
Several., carloads i of blooded .. stock
brought Into Oregon since the last fair
will be on exhibition this year.- " .
Secretary Wisdom i saya no state In
the Union win have a better live-stock
ghow than Oregon : this year, i XArge
sum of money have been added to the
premium list by both local breederi
and the National JUve Stock Associa
tion, which shows that Oregon' Is rec-
gnlzed by Eastern people as a breed
ing state. . . - - -
The county, exhibits that attracted
so much aatention last year will be
made one of the leading features of the
fair this year and It is desired that no
county of agricultural pretensions In
the Mate j should o unrepresented.
Tlwe exhibits are what attract the
attention of he homeseeker and are
worth many times their . cost to the
CQunty as an advertisement.'' v
The following premiums will be giv
en on bhorthorn cattle at the State
Fair this year, j Competition is open to
the world, which-means, that Oregon -is
not afraid to "meet cattle from any sec
tion of the United States or Canada
xf J ;: Bulls.
' .U ' 1st.
Sypara old and . over. .$60
2 years and under 3.. 40
I year and under 2... 30
Calf 6 .months old and
-.under 12.. ;.-. .'. .. 20
Calf under 6 months. . .20
, 5 00
Cows and Heifers.
3-ypan old and over,. $60 , $30
3 years and under 3. . . 40
1 year and under 2... 30
Calf. 6 months and un
der 12.. . . . ; . . 20 10 5 00
Calf under 6 months. ,20 t, 10 5 00
' Exhibitors' Herd.' " ' r"
to consist of one bullr .
2 yt-ars old or over, 1 ' x
,:cow 3 yea1 or. over 'X ; - j"
-J "heifer- 2 ; years ' and ' .
under 3: heifer 1 '. j
year and under' 2. . ;-!
add hejfef under 1- "'
, year; ;. .-. . . . . .$100 . $60
Breedr', Young Herd.
To consist of onrt bull
I unIer 2 years old
I two1 heifer 1 year ' ,
I and under 2. and
B. two hHfers under 1 -
Jr"ii u-except me
bull to be bred .by
exhibitor.. .. ..$100
$6(V $30 00
Kull 2 years old or over.,. . :
KuJl under 2 years.,. J. i. "'h
I H)w two years old. or over. . f. ,
Jimer under 2 years.. .J . . . .
Only animals ...awarded " first
mlum-in class rings eligible to
pete for sweepstakes-premiums.
1 f-f'x 1st 2d.
Four animals, either"
t ?, under four years
the get of onef bull. ,'
bred and owned by ? 1
rnioitor.. i.. .. .... i!u 150
, "px, under 14 yeafsv
the produce of i one
. cow, bred and owned
I f y exhibitor.. .. .. $20 $10' $ 5 00
f: Eight hundred dollars of this amount
given by the American Shorthorn
Breeders Association, to encourage the
breeding , of 1 Shorthorn catUe in this
BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY
: . : ; -
"INKER WANTED AND CIV1I
v SERVICE EXAMINATION TQ
' t BE HELD. : ',
- J (From' Saturday's Daily.X
j Thft United States Civjf Service Com-
misHton announces that on July 8, 1902.
' a examination wtlt "beTheld for 5 the
position of engineer. Bureau of Cbem-
. "ry. Department of Agriculture, r
Trie examination will consist of the
fubjects mentioned below, which will be
- weighted as followsi:
subjects j ' . Weights.
Thesis .7 ...... 25
, Practical questions j of 'strength of?
oulltling materials, etc .. '.. '25
Technical education, training, and
" ePCTlence,. .. i. 60
-j JotaiV. j. ..'W J. .......:.....ioo
, . Each jcmpetitor should. submit a thej
ls, not to exceed 3000 words, on somi
Problem embracing laboratory .test
. 3hih he has personally conducted on
the (Arength of materials of construe
t.on. showing the commercial and sci-
' cntific value obtained. An affidavit
jould accompany the thesis, to the
Tffect that Ht is the unaided work :of
the competitor. -.- . J -.
The position will require an ehgiti
.ccr competent to conduct tests on
the strength of building materials. Age
limit, 29 years or over. -
From the ligibles resulting from this
- examination it is expected that certi
fication will be made to the position of
. engineer. Bureau of Chemistry, Depart
ment of Agriculture, at. a salary - of
3000 per annunm, and to other similar
. vacancies as they . may occur.
This examination Is open to all clt
Izena of the United States who comply
With the requirements. Competitor
will be rated without regard to any
consideration " other than the qualifi
cations shown in their examination pa
pers, and eligible ; will be certified
strictly In accordance with .'the civil
service law and rules.
- Persons who desire to compete should
at once apply either to the United
States iCivil ' Service CommiMion.
Washington, D. or to Zaidee Palm
er, the secretary of the local board of
examiners, , for application form 304
and 37K which should be properly exe
cuted and filed with the Commission at
N ashington. D. C Persona who are
unable to file their applications,, but
whose requests are received In suffi
cient time to ship papers to the exam
ination places selected,' will be" exam
ined. -.: . ." . ' ..
THE CLERKS ORGANIZE
SALESMEN IN RET All STORES
FORM AN ASSOCIATION OFF1
- CERS ARE CHOSEN. X-
- (From Saturday's Daily.)
. The retail clerks of Salem held
meeting last evening and perfected'
temporary organization of a Clerks As-
soclaMon, with ajjvlew of becoming
part of the American. Federation of La
bor. The meeting was -well attended
by the clerk and salesmen of the city1.
and great enthusiasm prevailed. Off!
cers were chosen as follows: l
Pres,Ident H. N. Lacy.
Vice-President G. W. Holllster.
SecrearyR. W. Holman.
Treasurer J. Or Evans, Jr.
Trustees 3V. C. -Walling; Jordan
Purvine, F. L. Hamilton.
Sergeant-at-Arms p. R; Tantis.
Delegates to 'Central Committee O.
C. Locke, Dr A. DInsmore. A. L. Hopf.
The meeting adjourned at the call of
Willamette University Secures
Prof. G. A. Warfleld
TO SUCCEED PROF. W, P. DREW
AS TEACHER OF LATIN AND
GREEKTHE, NEW INSTRUCTOR
A MAN OF ABILITY, AND COMES
WELL RECOMMENDED. " 1
(From Saturday's Daily.)
The Board of Trustees of the Willam
ette University yesterday elected Prof.
GeorgelA. Warfleld. A. M., late of the
Astoria high schools, to the office Of
professor, of the Latin and Greek de
partment, of thts WiUamette -University
to succeed Prof, W. P. Drew, resigned.
Pror. Warfleld was notified of his elec
tion by telegraph yesterday afternoon I
and answered: last evening accepting
the appointment and will asume. his du
ties when the. college opens this fall.
Professor Warfleld is a graduate of
the Nebraska Wesleyan University and
alo of the Nebraska State University:
he then took, his A. M. Degree for grad
uates study In the , University of Ore
gon. He is 30 years of age, and Is an
experienced teacher In Latin and Greek
ot which department he will , assume
the head at the Willamette Univer
sity, lie was very highly recommend
ed, "especially by Prof. .F. 8. Dunn, of
T2ugene and some members of the
Unlyerslty Faculty here know him -to
be an exceedingly able and successful
teacher and" possessed of all the excel-
4nt qualities cnich go to make up the
perfect gentleman. f . '
i The Board of Trustees of the Wil
lamette University ahlnk It very .for
tunate that he has been secured for
this Important department. Hennas Just
finished a year's teaching of the class
ics In the Astoria high school and be
farso taught a year in the Eugene high
school. '.; ;
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
DISTRICT CONVENTION WILL BE
HELD IN) SALEM ON NEXT
" - " SATURDAY.'
. (From Saturday's Dally.)
The. Knights of Pythias of Salem will,
today entertain the f members of
the lodges . In near by towns,
composing the fifth district,: when the
district convention of the order will
be held here, and an"exeellent program
has been prepared for ; the occasion.
There will be two sessions during the
day one beginning at. 230 p. m., the
other at 7:30, the latter to be followed
by a sumptuous banque). The program
for the day's1 entertainment and busi
ness in as follows:
Afternoon .2:30. r '
Calling convention , to order. L. . R.
Stlnson, G. K. R. 6. '
Address of Welcom, F. T. Wright
man, Grand Trtlmne.
Responser-No. 7. L, M. Curl. G. M.
A.: NO. 11, J. Fred Yates: No. 35, Geo.
Cussitcr; No. 3. A. O. Prill; No. 43,
David Calbreath; NO, 56. O. B. limlck;
No. 57, C M. Crittenden. " i
Address, J.; II. Aitkin. Grand Chan
cellor. . ; i
Exemplification of Unwritten Work,
Turner Oliver. S. R.
Pythianism Past, W. L. Bradshaw,
P. G. C. ' . ; "
Pythianism Futuns, J. P. Kennedy,
P. G. O.
Evening 7:30. ;
Opening of Central Lodge No. IS.
C. W. Townsend. C. C. i
Rank of Page Central Lodge, Select
ed Officers. , ; ' v
Rank of Esquire Central Lodge, Se
Ilahk of Knight Competing Lodges.
Completion of Rank of Knight, Se
Awarding Prises, .by Judges. .
Closing Lodge. . J .
lie Rirc Kce Han
WYNNE Ark.. June 20. R. B. Ma
son was nominated for Congresa on the
SSOth ballot by the Democrats of the
If He Issues a Call For
ONE OF THE OBJECTS WILL BE TO
PROVIDE AN APPROPRIATION
FOR THE LEWIS AND CLARK
EXPOSITION i THE FLAT SAL
; " (From Saturday's- Daily.) '
. Governor T. T. Geer has ' answered
the request of the special committee of
the Lewis &. Clark Exposition Commit
tee,, recently received, asKJng that he,
in making the call for the extra ses
sion of, the .Legislature. Incorporate
therein si statement of the necessity
of an appropriation for the exposition.
The Governor's letter Is addressed to
Mr. A. H. - Devers, chairman of the
committee, and reads as follows:'
"I hereby acknowledge receipt of. letters-sent
by yourself and. the other
gentlemen '? forming the committee of
the Lewis and Clark Centenial Associa
tion, asking that if I issue a call for a
special session of the Legislature, one
of the objects for which tt is to be con
vened may be a consideration of an
appropriation by the. state, for the pur
pose of aiding the Lewis and Clark
Fair, during" the year 1905. -:y?
"I desire to say that whether a ses
sion shall be called has not been defin
itely considered as yet. but that I am
waiting somewhat upon public expres
sion concerning it. I think your sug
gestion forms one of the, best reasons
perhaps for calling a special session.
Regarding the fiat salary system, .my
idea 1st that it should be adopted at a
special session if at all, or, more defin
itely speaking, it is doubtful if some of
the reforms included in the bill could
be passed If thenew officers were In
office. . -
I assure you If I conclude to call
an extra Session: the proposition .of
an appropriation for the' Xiewis and
Clark Fair will be one. of the features
Of such a call. Tpur suggestion that
this appropriation should be entirely
disconnected from thejnany -questions
that t will occupy the regular session,
amounts almost to a "necessity. If the
appropriation will be secured.
"Take it all in all .1 am Inclined to
thtnk that the reasons for an extra ses
sion decidedly outweighs those that
have, been urged against it, but as I
said, that Is yet to be determined, but
whatever seems to be -to the best 'in
trests of the state wilt. finally decide
the matter." :
THE WHEAT MARKET
LITTLE GRAIN CHANGING HANDS
HOLDERS JEIOPE FOR BET
i " TER PRICES. X
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Although Wheat Is still quoted at 56
cents In the local market little or none
of that cereal is changing hands 'for
the reasons that 'there is not a' great
amount left in the producers hands in
this vk-inlty and . that those who are
-holding are ' not desirous of releasing
jtheir. grain at this' figure with strong
hopes of realizing a better part and still
another reason Is that the farmers are
too busy at this season to centre their
attention upon the market. N Flouring
mills are barely able to secure enough
grain to keep in operation and this
much is obtainable orfly in paying an
advance of market quotations.
Notwithstanding the lateness of the
spring, the protracted rainy season and
the great lack of sunshine the crops
are growing splendidly and all grain Is
heading out well and the prospects are
very bright in all varieties of grain.
Yesterday's edition of tne Portland
Commercial Review defines the general
condition of the market in the North
west as follows:
"With very little demand for wheat.
and weaker cables, declining prices in
Europe, values on spot, here are hot
very firm and would-ba sellers find the
situation extremely unsatisfactory and
more than ever against them. Busi
ness is running very light, and in the
absence Of important ' transactions, it
Is qUHe -difficult to say Just what the
selling price Is; 656 to 66c per bushel
for club would be considered extreme
by exporters, 66e for valley and J57c for
club, have been small., while valley
wheat Is even scarcer. , However, the
stock offerings has no effect as regards
values, for shippers will 'only work
business when sellers are willing to
meet the market.". As holders find no
comfort in quotations they are slow
sellers' and as above intimated trading
is of Very small proportions. Receipts
and shipments were light and " tne final
clearance of one vessel now 'An the river
loading wheat and flour will wind up
the" grain season of 1901-02. In; refer
ence to crop prospects compared with a
vear ago. the same is a few weeks
backward. The outlook is quite fav
orable for a large crop. Some loss will
be noted "In the fall sown grain that
had to be'reseeded, and it is doubtful
whether the yields will turn nout as
large as the two previous seasons."
; VOTE FOR GOVERNOR
OFFICIAL FIGURES WILL NOT BE
OBTAINED UNTIL THE LEGIS
1 LATURE CfJNVENES.
(From. Saturday's Daily.)
Two-weeks prior to the' last election
we offered to the customers of- our
men's furnishing department three
prises, for the three nearest gnesses at
the number of votes to be cast for the
winning .candidate for Governor. Will
you please Inform us as to the number
of votes cast for Mr. Chamberlain, so
that we may award the prizes. Yours
very truly. . ".
-T. HOLVERSON & CO. ;
Salem, une 20, 1902. x ;
(The i vote yttl be canvassed by the
Legislature when' it convenes in Janu
aryl 1903. and then announced. TlW
vote In each county has already beea
canvassed, and the result reported to
the Legislature through the Secretary
of State, i The reports of the county
.canvassing boards are sealed and ad
dressed to the Let: ls!at tire and forward
ed to the State Department for tranv
mlttal to the officrrs of the Assembly,
and until organization of that body is
perfected, can not be opened and can
vassed. However, figures can be -secured,
from the several county clerks
in the state, but the figures thus ob
tained would not be official. The States
man, therefore can. not give the vote
received by Mr. Chamberlain.
D. E. HCNTSIN'GER OPENS A NEW
' ESTABLISHMENT -7 MODERN
(From Saturday's Daily.)
D.E. Hunt singer, who sold out his
undertaking establishment , on- State
street to A. M. CI ouch, several months
ago, has decided to again go into busi
ness In this city and is making prep
arations to open up his new undertak
ing parlors oh Court street in a few
days. r ' i.--v-.
Pursuant to this decision he has pro
vided himself with an excellent stock
of . goods Including a hearse and an
amouiance. Tbese two conveyances
arrived yesterday In this city and were
unlaadtti from, the. cars during the af
ternoon. The hearse Is of the latest
improved ype and Is equipped .with
cushion tires and will be a splendid ad
dition to Salem's rapidly improving
funeral equipment. The ambulance,
the first that has ever been brought to
this city, i a very beautiful and ser
viceabie conveyance, being; equipped
with an excellent set of springs and
cushion tired wheels, and win prove a
valuable acquisition to this city, be
side filling a long felt want. It had
barely been put Into running condition
when an order was received atfd the
ambulance was taken to the depot to
meet the evening local 'train and did
Its first duty by conveying a fever pa
tient to the Salem Hospital.-
Jt A. Simpson also received yester
day another cushion-tired cab. Identi
cal in pattern "and make to the one
already In use, and will put it into use
at once. -'---x.-
First Day at the Big Annual
x Church Conven
INTERESTING SERVICES lisLD IN
THE BIG TABERNACLE CHAS
REIGN SCOVILLE, OF CHICAGO
: - X" -
: WILL . DELIVER DISCOURSES
DAILY DURING THE SSIONS.
''.;V. (From Saturday's Dally.) vx
TURNER, Or.. Jiin 21). The annual
convention of the churches of Christ
In Oregon, commonly known Tas the
Turner campmeetlng was opened ; this
morning at 9:30 by brief song service.
led by Prof. Geo.xA. .Wlrtz,' of Albany,
Friday and-Saturday being allowed on
the program for the Ministerial Asso
elation. Itev.-O. S. O. Humbert, of Cor
vallls. president of this organisation
called on Rev. J. S. McC'allum. of Eu
gene, to offer prayer, and the conven
"tlon was open. The following commit
tees were then appointed:.
Enrollment Harry Benton, of Elgin
and S. A. Jon?, of ParkerviHe.
' Future Work J. S. McCallum. Albyn
Esson, of the Rolney. avenue church.
Portland, J. B. Lister, of Eugene,
On Nominations J. B. Holmes, of Al
bany; W. T. Matlock, of Dallas, ant
Press A. E. : Gardner. ;
The chirrch speaker "of the conven
tion, D. Scovllle,' had not y.et arrived
and as he w-as to speak at 11 o'clock
the order of the program was departed
from for the day..
, "How I Prepare My Sermons," was
the topic of a very Interesting address
by Albyn Esson. J. S. McCallum fol
lowed wllh a.1 discussion, and others
spoke also; Some things said were
It is necessary to have an object In
view in preparing a sermon as also 1n
delivering it., A book one reads may
suggest a line of thought profitable for1
a discourse. Questions asked a preach
er often Indicate, the need of a sermon
to answer and explain. One undergoes
a kind Of uncommon preparation. The
subject become a source of inspiration
and even ln the study the audience
seems present to the mind, x
Illustrate enough td enforce and ex
plain clearly, but be careful not to
weaken the scripture teaching Offline
of thought. Sermons are not made but
grow. - x . -;r '.'V:;:.
, J. B. Holmes spoke on "Finance and
the Official Board." He recommended
'the apportionment plan as the bes one
to, use In raising money, for chfch
work, and . in that he had the approval
of the ministers present. It Is business
like, practical, swrtptural, 'and it works,
It requires a person adapted to the
work to carry It out successfully. . Two
things must be considered In all church
finance. To raise the money and to
leave the people In good condition after
It Is raised. ' ' .
The convention then -adjourned bar
Ing completed the forenoon work and
Went JLo .meet Dr.' Charles: Reign Fcoi
ville at the train as he came .from Port
.land. ;. X - .r.
At 2:30 In. the afternoon W. T. Mat
lot k led In a devotional service. Chas
Reign, Scovllle, of Chicago, orte of the
foremost, of American evangelists, was
then introduced to the convention. He
read " a paper on "Hebrew Poetry", to
whkh very close attention was given
by tboe presents To, attempt to. char
acterize this address on this great topic
would be, to vdo It an Injustice, lie
brought out many beautiful things in
reference to the psalms and othfcr
writings of the ?ld TtameL
Dr. Scovllle does not- often read to an
audience. He is to speak at 11. o'elrk
a. m. and 8 p. m. each day during the
The progam for tommorrow is as fol
lows: Saturday, June 21st, a. m.
:30 Song and Praise. R. A. Copple,
Pendleton. - . -
10:3-Address. "Our Attitude Toward
Our Religious Neighbors. D. C Kel-.
I urns. Eugene. Discussion led by A- L.
Piatt. McMIhnvlIle. ...
" 1 1 :00 Sermon. Higher Criticism aiw
Its Fruits C R. Scovllle.
' ' Aiftsmoen.
2:30 Devotional, E. M. ' Patterson,
Eugene. , ' x -
2:45 Address, "The Preacher Th His
The Statesman Pub. Co. has on hand
several hundred copies ot the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The prlc is 10 cents
each as long as they last.
WANTED Eggs and -ccjuntry butter;
pay highest market price cash. Sa
lem Creamery Co- 255 Commercial
street. X- "
REPORT CARDS-Our school report
cards are printed to fit the achool
-register. Th prices are: Twelve
cards for 10 ceats; twenty-five for 20
cents; one hundred for 75 centa.
Stateanan Publishing Co., Salera,
Ore. - " - ; : - '.:": - - - '
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and city roperty at 4 per cent
. pes annum; no commission. Please
call on or addresa Kugvn Breyinan.
Remember the place, 270 Commer
cial street, one door north of States
man office. . x f
FOR SALE CHEAP SECOND-1 IAN p
threehing outfit. Adrance separator
I6x$. with wind stacker. Also IS
IL P, engine with water tank and
wagon, all In good order. Price.
3750. E., M. Croisah. Salem. Oregon
COME AND SEE T, B. WAIT AT
Salem. Oregon: He has . the Piano
B'ndera, Mowers. Rakes and Extras.
John .Deere Plow Co.'s. full lint. In
cluding Wagons, I Spring Vehicles
with steel and rubber tires. Pleas
come and see the goods, and us yn
best judgment, and we wlU ba satis
STRAYED FROM" SALEM On dark
bay or brown-mare; eight or nine
years .old: w eight about one thous
and; small white spot, in forehead;
plates on one front and both hind
feet; . slight ; collar marks; foretop
clipped; short, stubp'y tall; high spir
ited, but very gentle; line buggy ani
mal; last seen Friday eventnth the
6th, at dark, ten miles northeast j of
Salem, traveling fast. Take up and
address any information to . J. De
combe, Salem, Or, Finder w ill be
amply rewarded. ; ? "
EXECUTO ItS NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that Ue un
dersif ned have been duly appointed by
the County Court of Marlon County.
Oregon, as executors of the estate of
Jacob Pfau, deceased, and are .'duly
qualified as such. .
All persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified, to pres
ent the. same, duly verified, to us at
our residence in Salem.' Oregon, with
in six. months from the date of this no
tice dated at Salem, Oregon, this 12th
day of June. A. IX, 1902. ;
f NANCY JANE PFAU;
Executors of the last will and tsta-
mont df Jawb Pfau, deceased. '.;
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals, addressed. t. ihe
County Surveyor of Marlon county.
Or. and marked "Bid for Gates Bridge'
will be received up to 1 o'clock. July
3, 1903, and then publicly opened In
the ptesenceof the. County Courts for
Marlon and Ilrm counties,: in he
County Court room Sit Salem, -Or for
the eoristruction of a. Howe Truss
bridge across the Sahtlam river at
Gtes, Or.r Plans'. ;ant-'-' specifications
can .be jupn at the County Clerk's of
flee at Albany, Or, and at the County
Surveyor's office at Salem, Or. .k
Each bidder must deposit with his
bid 5 per cent thereof '.as by law requ If
ed. . .x . . .- v
The County Courts reserve the right
to reject any and all bids.- - .
' j B. B.- IIKRRK'K. JIL.
1founty Surveyor far Marion-CO.
Ily W. J. tTulvcr. Deputy. I
NOTICE tO CONTRACTORS,
Sealed proposal: addressed to the
County Sur'eyor of Marlon j coufrty,
Or., and marked "Bid for approach to
the Salm Bridge." will be received, up
to 1 o'clock, July 6, 1902. and then pub
licly opened In the presence of the
county pourtsj-for ! Ma.rl6n and' Polk
counties and a committee from the cKy
council of Salem for rebuilding - .the
west approach to the sAeel bridge al
Salem and making a fill in. connection
therewith. Bids will be opened In the"
county' court room at Salem. Plans
and specifications are on file in the
county surveyor' offlcflt
Each bidder must deposit per. rent
of the amount of his bid aa by law
required. - The counties and lty wlH
furnish all new lumbef .and the piles
that are to be used,
The right Is reserved by the counljes
and city to reject'any and all bids. ;
f B. B. HERRICK. JR
S" County Surveyor for Marlon Co.
v , By W. J. "Culver Deputy.
' Salem, Jr June 23, 1902.
MDIL M. T. SCHOirTTLI. GRADUATE
of American tchool of Osteorathy,
1 Klrksyille. Mo, Office In Tioga block.
I oyer this Spaf , "Office hours from 8:30
to 11:30 and 1 to 4
OSTEOPATH Y DRSL WYCKQFF &
ALBRIGHT Twenty months gradu
ates of "the American Scholl of Osteo
pa thy and A. T. Still Infirmai-y. pr.
Wyckoff is the only genrk mah grad
uate of osteopathy In Salem. Prac
tice established in Salem since 18!
Hours to . Phone Main 2721 Odd
CARRIAGE AND BUGnr fAWTIXO
We do first-class sor- at retisona
ble prices. Frank- "Dlmlck. ovr
Pohle & Bishop's shop,' corner Liberty
and Ferry streets. X X
Study. B. B. Burton, Evangelist In
Oregon- v ' ". " . - '
3 :3 Question Box, J. R. i!c;allum.
LEucr.e.) - . '
4:00 !uslness, reports of Committer,
i Evening.- '
7,30 Service of Sonic. x
s.AtV Sermfrn. "Miraculous Redemp
tion." C.R- Scovllle..
Th grov Is rapily filling with tens
anl a large number are present at the
beginning of. th convention.'. ;
Several new cottages are buJt or be
Ing built. . .
-f.A-'leutlfuI pltno la being ed In th
a"vrnal' to lead the congregation
with- music Tbis. is due to the. kind
Dfrrs of the Wiley B. Allen Co., of Sa
lem, in loaning tb Instrument.
DR.C, GEE WO.
This won Jarful OU
bcm doctor U cim
- . . . ..- 4k
r PI ST ' cur pe-pie withQi.t
V V peratiott that'
riven up to lie. !
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14 wonderful Cln
rts and v.s uwejw
thjir m entirely n-
knowa bvnedlcai science In this country.
Througlfth us of tlunpe harmles ivn-di-s.
litis famon doctTT knowi sell
of over 6 dlffrent rnii which n
nucowfuily ufce In different Uiw .
tie guaraatees to cure. caUrrU. aMhni.
King, throat, rhemnatlttro. nervwuinef
luwach. liver.-kidnry. bladtler. fcnial
trouble, lost manhood, all private d'w;
has hundred of 1 testimonials. Charr' .
moderate. . .
Call and see htm-CoasulUtloa free. Pa
tients out f the city write for lank ana
clrcuUir. Kndooe Msrap. Addi,.Th
Oee Wo Chinese Medidae Co.. 132 Ihlrd
Street, Portland. Orrgoa. , Menilod tela
Shop There Is
ad lWsk!e Am, we have to paj
a force of over 40. men, who are
employed In the several depart
Bieu is of our MUWIibmeni ' in
printing of varlotit kinds. Every-thing-
printed - bery from call
ing card 1o st newllHir. AV10
you become one of our pationt
and help to promote home manu
JOB 'Phone ,v
OFFICE Main 2041
by having castings made rlght her.
Foundry newly (equipped for rork, I
either. .lron or brass. .-- OUR .WORK
SUITS. .X" - .: " -
-For sale S horse power Sprague elee.
SALEM IRON WORKS
(JAMF.it OILL. 1M.
'X Manufacturer of -
Lamber, Sashf Doors, Blt&ds,
- . - j '
Fine mantle and grates, rlll wor a
show cases and office flxturen, a spf
clalty. Woven slat' fruit trays
Southwest., corner Church, and MP
streets. Saleirt. Or.. Telephone 1141
TO DAIRYMEN... i
PAGE SILO HOOP
HaU m VeiUv Workp,'m Hlal Kf; Kttlctu
Wo carry Cliinei Dftipps anl
Medicines. All kinds oLrooCs and ,
herbs, (iood f'r blood qnd all
kiuds of sickness.
YICK SO TUG CO.,
127 ytatc Street, ' : Hulcin, Orcpm
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE
SPRINGFIELD . ,
.SIX OF TnS LEADING
FIRK INSURANCE ,
nrimf -n. -rniEiiiai
C, D. GABRIELSON
112 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Th dW hi
Yoscmitc Dfrdving Co. B
f fhn Hush 390
SS. C. STONE, M.D.
V. L- kali:m, oil ''..L ;
; Can Be Cured. Read This:
-: :'.:'.' i Awilf, Or., tty 20, J5r7.
For the benrM ! n;uu CI irjl wih a
rn4nreor fcernt 1 wi!l iiave that I burn -a
turfi ot one tjr kit Honest John" ttiiwt, ol'l
to n an l filled tj If.biooe, hw-m, fir.
CaJI ami Iiivef lat? tbew trmJi, No
235 and IXH tmiiiercial r?l. '! --'
A Herder Killed.
Baker City. Or, Jun 21. A tnr-?
from Caiy'n City tody-raya Jjro iMly
rhot and IfHt'id Jerry H'tert'rif y, - j?t
th Huena 'lta to k . rani h in Il Vr
ny county. 'r rtoth are herdr. Thpy
quarreled over a trivial matter an l
loth ! tb' ir . revOvera. hty roilt
to Buriia and gave hirnaHf up. Rob
ertoney leaves a-ivlfe and two chillrca