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He Discusses the Salem Push
: ; I : ? . .
JVND SHOWS 1 THE MANY GQOD
POINTS IT CONTAINS-JUST THE
THING' TO USE IN ADVERTISING
OREGON' IN THE WILLAMETTE
Salem has what they call "The
Greater. Salem, Commercial 'cinb.
composed of about 600 member who
are required to pay $3 a yean giving
the club about. 11,500 annually. . A
small amount of this paye the- expense
of the clubhand the remainder is used
for advertising the advantages and re
sources of the Capital City and Marion
county, or j for arty purposes 'which
seems of most benefit to that city, and
county. . The Club has Just published
a beautiful pamphlet of about 25 pages
of the size or an ordinary envelope, so
w can d enclosed in a' letter. This
little booklet was compiled by the Bu
reau of Literature, composed pf Scott
Bozortb, chairman; Frank Davey. H.
Dt Trover1, and W. Merriman, and
printed by . the Oregon Statesman Job
Office. Henry B. Thlelsen Is presi
dent and Judge; N.- J. J.udah -ts secre-
v tary of the Club. which Is usually call
ed the "Push Ciub,' vlThe ' pamphlet
contains fine pictures .of the ' State
House, Court House, City Hall, the
new postofflee,' (now being buiK) and
' of many of the ' principal business
houses and finest residences. There is
a very brief but clear and excellent description-of
Oregon. ; The Willamette
valley, Marion county,; Salem, the cli-
; mate, the seasons, what Salem has, a
statement of the summaries of the as
sessment rolls of the various counties
T ot the state of Oregon for the year 1901
1 as filed in the office of the Secretary of
State, . and the 1 number- lot partly
cloudy days at Salem during the last
- ten years, ' as shown by the U. S.
Weather Bureau report.' A copy of
this pamphlet, was handed to the writ
er of this while coming, tip on the train
last Tuesday by Col. E. Hofer, who was
on - hJs way to spend his four weeks'
outing at Taqulna Bay which! has been
the custom of the Hofer Brothers dur
ing the last twelve years. As we .went
down Sunday, A. t If." Hofer, Jr, was on
the" train fromjAlbany to Salem, re
turning from his outing at Taqulna,
and as wefcame-up Tuesday the other
.brother was on his way to Yaqulna.
Having spent four years at Salem this
T piirriphlet contains many familiar "plc-
tures and ; pleasant : reminders of - Ore
gon State Capitol, and is a very apT
propriate land ; interesting document
for- the Harrlmatf IfcUlroad System to
distribute In the Mississippi valley: and
farther -East.. '-- It has been published
for - this purpose. Perhaps 200,000
copies will be dlstributedvrEugene
Journal. -4 !
" Han; Hi R.' Kincafd, formerly Sec
. retnrv of Ktate. 'ls the editor and pro
prietor of the Eusrene Journal.
The second edition of 20,000 of the
pamphlet, i which is now on the press.
will contain thirty-two pages - of . tne
name-size and .cover. There Is a. good
ueal of new matter in W, all of es
pial interest to the home seeker and
value to the state. Valley and city.
This pamphlet seems to strike the Im
migration agents of the Harrlman lines
as -about the proper, thing, in size ana
general make-up. Subsequent editions,
nftor the nresent 20.000 are off, will
likely contain additional illustrations.
; ATTEHPT AT ROBBERY
' TVf ARKM)' MEN UNDERTAKE TO
LOOT A FARM HOUSE,'. BlJT
- i"' y. t fail, "i ,;-"vV'' -
THE DALLES. July 26. A bold at
tmpt at robbery was made a: few miles
southeast of this city last night by twp
tracked men, who almost succeedeorjjn
their purpose. - About 1Q : 30 p. m.,
M,r. Alice' Bee be, of Osden, who was
v,tUlngr at" the home of John Wagon
Lutw about two miles from . this city,
was awakened bysome noise and found
two maskecf men In her. room She at
-i once screa med for help.T as the men
grabbed" her by the throat, and held
their hands over her mouth, and with
to be quiet, t. They then attempted to
take- f rbm ; her breast a purse contain
ing a large amount of money and would
have succeeded had It not been for th'
appearance of Mrs. Wagonblast, " who
went to ascertain tne cause oi
turbance. 1 The.imft then fled and In
their a-reat endeavor to escape they
dropped a coat and hat' and a plat of
.. . a , at- M. itv t n 1 1
. - 1 1 v riMU tcrttutliB i w ...... - -
Wagonblast farm, and a plat of the
surroundings of the place. x ne ora
cers are working on. a clew and an ar
rest willloubtless be made in a day or
bo. - . . j : " . .'-. -
PUBLICITY AND TrE DOCTOR. jv
The statement is made by Dr. Cyrus
Ed .son, health officer! of New York,
that there are many reasons why re
puUbte physicians should advertise
tWit "business In the daily newsparers
b Bldrthe benefits to the doctor him
E lf benefits to which he Is clearly en
tHled and of which he Is robbed by
" n Rlect'.ng to advertise it Is a great
convenience to the public to learn at
first hand where to flnd a physician
who makes a specialty of a particular
class of diseases. Dr. Edlsonr I con
fident that the ban on advertisings will
soori''be removed. j
i Dr.- Edison, whose- rank Is of the
highest, undoubtedly voices the sent!-,
mentof the more enlightened and pro
gressive members of his profession
fchen he InsIsU that old fashioned
prejudice should be done away, with
and the medical faculty should no
lenger be compelled to hide theli
light under a bushel.
A great many physicians get s
- goodly amount of advertising through
th rnhii nrpmi. and free advertising
at that. No physician ever Interposes
objections tn ha.-nn.
fon,i i ,IT . n:me men
tlons" rRcal OP-
look nr, L ,. 1 T vaytieiamu who
ftising with ,me-
uuiy norror are delighted
iiT" E1leon nt the first great phy
sician Who has publlelv a
vertlsir r, t-i; "..' "U"J
k r 72 ' we Known on I
Will Curs Stomach Acha In Fiva Min
' : " - utca. t .....
. JJhs " Jut what Painkiller will do;
trylt. Have a bottle in the house for
Instant use, a it will aave you hours
of suffering. Watch out that the
dealer does not sell you an Imitation,
as the great reputation t of Painkiner
(Ferry avis'), has induced many peor
1-1 make onjethlng to selll
aid to be 3uat aa good as the genuih
i THE CLOSING, DAY. " i,
- TACOMA, Wash., July 23Thls- Is
the closing ;day of business with the
convenUon of O. T. P C M. It has
been one of the most successful and
satisfactory gatherings In the history
f the United Presbyterian church.
Effort Made to Hold I Session
Last Night Instead of
WAS: A FAILURE - MINNEAPOLIS
JOURNAL MAN CAME AHEAD OF
TIME,. AND COULD NOT PLACE
HIS PROPOSITION BEFORE THE
Ward L. Williams, representing the
Minneapolis Journal, of Minneapolis,
Minn., Who was- billed to ' meet the
Greater Salem Commercial Club at the
city, hall on Monday afternoon, at 2
o'clock sprung quite a surprise by no
tifying Secretary Judah, of the club.
yesteraay. : afternoon - that - he
would be in this city on the. evening:
trajn from Portland and desired, if it
could be so arranged, to meet with the
club last evening. It was quite un
expected and, since the matter had been
advertised for Monday afternoon when
a good attendance was expected, al
though the prospect, to secure a good
meeting on such short notice, looked
anything but bright. Secretary Judah
dd what he could to circulate the no
tice, but his efforts were fruitless for
when Mr, : Williams appeared at the
city hall, at 7 o'clock : last . evening,
there were npt enough members pres
ent to secure a quorym and the meet
ing was called off ' :'
Mr Williams reaiJzed, however, that
he alone was. to blame, for .the failure,
In dropping In so unceremoniously, as
It were, and st&tcd thit he would put
his proposition in the" formof a state
ment and would mall it ; to secretary
Judah, eo that It could be subjnltted
to the club for action. J
WAS KILLED BY DOGS
AN AMERICAN WOMAN FALLS
VICTIM TO .HER HUSAND'8
; E WATCH POGS.
NEW YORK, .July 2. Mme. Ed
mund Sempis, whd.befere her marriage
a vpnr n srn warn MIkji ToiifsA Ruther
ford, of Brooklyn. NiX, has been set
utmn. , civ n. T'ji ri dinn.i'trti to - th
World, by two hunsrer-maddened Great
Dane dogs,' which had been secured to
guard her husband's country house at
Anneccylake. and so terribly Injured
that sne died two hours alter tne acci
dent' 1 ''-'-:- i'
MV Sempts is1 a prominent business
man in i ans. is iwrae i ai vnnw
cylake, an Isolated spot. - Following a
recent attempt by burglars to entwr the
place he purchased two powerful Great
Danes as guards. The dogs proved
so ferocious that they were confined In
an Iron enclosure durinjr the daytime
for the safety of the family. M. Sem
pis was Advised .to -Starve - them, so.
when food was given to them, they
ftould remember kindly their benefac
tors'. So they had, nothing to eat for
two ("days. '" :'- v '-.-i '
Mme. Sempis did not accompany her
husband and their guests, who started
for a drive. . She noticed ', the dogs
while she was walking In ,' the yard,
knowing- that they had been without
food, and determined to feed them, as
they were apparently quiet. The In
stant Mme. Sempis entered-the Iron
enclosure, the Great. Danes leaped upon
Her like hn'nfrv tlcers. They bore her
to the ground and she vainly sought
to save herself, their teetn same i ner
arms and body. Her struggles appar
ently maddened the arimals the more:
The coachman heard the scream of
Mme. ; Sempis. i She begged the man
to save her. , He ran to the stable for
a pitchfork. When he returned the
Great Danes had fearfully torn their
victim. fTne coachman 1 fought the
brutes Into a corner and kept. ; them
there hm til' the cook summoned neigh
bors.and carried Mme. Sempis from the
inclo'sure in a dying condition. "
. A few minutea after M. Sempis and
his guests returned she succumbed to
er injuries after, exchanging a few
words with her husband, who is neatly
erased by the terrible accident. -
Like Daistes Before the Scvths. "
Baby lives are destroyed In trumrrier by
rholera Infantum. The atUck of the
iisease Is sudden, Its progress Is some
times terribly rapid, t Mothers who
have given their children Perry Davis'
Painkiller can tell how this treatment
has checked the diarrhoea and vomit
ing ' and put the little patient out-of
danger. 25 and 50 cents.
BUFFALO BILL'S SHOWS r I
Twenty-three men. In charge of. II
n iiedees, comprising the advance
,ard ot Buffalo BiU's Wild West
Sow. which will appear- 1n this city
2 AwuM 28th. arrivel in this city on.
"hne overland last n!ght. and will begin
lecoratlng the bill boards withthelr
flaring posters ',VS!Sr
-vent, to the delight of the sraaU boy
and others. $ , . i
1 Legal Blanks. Statesman Job Offlcs
Legal Blanks, Statesman Joi. OOcs.
WXEKL.T. OREGON STATESMAN. TTJESDAT, JUL.T 29. .1902-
A Large Amount of Business
ALLEYS IN BUSINESS pnifTtnv
OF THE CITY TO BE THOROUGH
LY CLEANED AND ALL DANGER
OF FIRE FROM TRASH IS TO BE V
The dty council held a brief Session.
on call of the mayor, at the' city hall
last night, and a large amount of busi
ness was disposed of. ' .
The report of the committee on fire
and water upon the purchase of 600
feet of new hose for the fire department
was adopted and the recorder was In
structed to Issue a warrant In payment
of the purchase.'
Chairman Stolz, of the committee on
health and police, reported that fha
cess-pool . nuisance existing ' on tha
Hager property on tne corner or Union
and Cottage streets, which was report
ed some time ago and ordered abated.
id not been attended to and asked
that the mat'r be urged by the proper
officers. He Waa informed that ' xr-
Hager had answered tHe notice urJi
on him and had Signified his intention
lo remedy tne nuisance in the near
future. '. ' I' ' 1
The report of Street Commissioner .
P. FrizzelJ for the, quarter ending June
30th 1902, was read, adopted and order
ed placed on file. The report fn sub
stance, follows: ,
Days work with team;..... .. .... si
Days work without team.:..'......' 138
Cash oh hand at close of last '
Cash, collected during quarter.. . 103. f2
Total ; ..........1181.37
Cash on hand July 1st ,$ 62.33
The Salem Military Band filed a. com
munication with, the council to the
effect that 'a series of evening concerts
had been planned by that organization
in Wilson V Avenue v band stand
to take place duping the summer sea
son;, that the Salem Light, Powfer &
Traction Company had kindly offered
to supply electric lights for the stand
providing'. the city would bear the ex
pense of , wiring the stand, - and peti
tioned that the council make order
complying with -'this provision. . It was
ordered, on motion, that the council
comply with ihe request.-and bear the
expense of having the stand wired for
electric lighting. ,)
Cduncilman Stolz. of the committee
on fire and water, to which committee
the Inspection of hydrants in the city
was referred, reported tha a tour of
inspection had been made and that the
stand-pipe on Marlon street .was found
to be so situated as to not be available
during the winter months, when It was
submerged with water and mud, and
recommendel that It be transferred to
a convenient corner on a more advan
X'Pous spot , and, upon motion, the
chief of the fire department was In
strutted to. investigate and adopt the
latter plan of trocedure.
The committee en streets and public
property fimd its report upon the mat
ter of constructing a sewer in block
No. 88. bounded, by Marion, ?, Union,
Twelfth and tiiHal streets, including
the plans and specifications for the
work and stating Ih thevreport that the
approxftnate cost of theKprk would be
$350. The report was adop
. The committee on fire and water sub
mitted a resolution for the abolishment
of all Ignitable' trash and debris Which
has been allowed to accumulate In the
alleys In the business portion of - the
city, which was read and adopted as
"Resolved By the common council
of the city of Salem. Oreiton, that the
public safety demands the thorough
and immediate inspection of the busi
ness premises of the city, with' ft view
of. minimizing the danger of fire Inci
dent to the accumulation of trash and
combustible materials In the back yards
of the stores and in the alleys, and to
the end that such menace shall be re
moved. It Is hereby ordered by the
council that' the city marshal and
chief of the Ore department of- this
city, aS fire wardens, proceed, without
delay to inspect the premises and alleys
in the business part of the city and di
rect the retrieval of all materials likely
to cause, or contribute to. fire, and to
report fully, in this relation at the next
meeting of this council."
Pursuant to an order of the council
at a previous meeting, City Recorder
N. J. Judah presented a bill for an
ordinance "prescribing the material to
be used, and the manner and method
of construction to be observed. In the
districts In this city, and for the main
tenance 4f uniform curb lines within
this city" "which ordinance was read
twice and referred to the committee on
ordinances ;ith Instructions to amend
so as to include a clause providing for
the establishment nd maintenance of
a uniform grade for the but iding of
sidewalks. The full text of the ordi
nance appears in another column of
this Issue. : ; ' ;
The petition of TL P. McComack ifor
permission to erect a ,fwo-rtory brick
building adjoining that of Jos. Meyerr
& Sons on Court street, was allowed.
Councilman Stolz called the atten
tion of the council to the work recently,
carried on by the street railway conj,-
pany in repairing the car, track on-i
Commercial street and In .-so doina: de
stroyed a considerable amount of the
cement cross-walks, and recommended
that the matter be -referred to somf
committee to adjust the matter wtih
the company, as it was understood tb
company was willing to co-operate and
Improve the present cross-walks to th
extent of laying cement wajks between
the rails at each, crossing. The matljor
was referred- to the committee 6n
streets and public property.. , -.'
The committee on accounts -and cur
rent expenses reported favorably upon
a number of claims, which tn order
ed paid, and the. councl adjourned
The bills follows:
E S. Lamport I.K
Siemund A'.Pugh .........-.. -
SaJrm L. P. & T- Co. ....... ..-' .222.2?
W. H. Byars J
(iittunin Pub. CO. ...........- --4.60
Salem 'Water C ...
Salem Gaslight Co.
Cap. Lumb'g Co. ...
Cap- Lumb'g Co. ...
Hofer Bros. ........
Knox 5c Murphy .v..
Grlsweid & Chase ......
G lis wold & Chase .......
R- M. Wade &. Co
John Hughes ...........
Cap. Lurub. Co. ........
BuVen & Hamilton .....
Cronk & Buchtel .......
Brewster Sc. White
T. K. Woolen MUls.....
, HEATON IS IN JAIL
ALLEGED MURDERER OF BENTON
TRACY LANDED BEHIND BARS
AT EUGENE BY SHERIFF.
JUNCTION CITY. July 24. Bert
Heaton. alias Bert Ray, against whom
an Indictment was found by the grand
Jury charging him with the murder of
Bentou Tracy, In this city. May 20, was
landed In the city Jail at Eugene yes
terday by Sheriff Y'ithers, who, after
a long and tedious bunt. located and
arrested Heaton, at Weils, Ncv., last
Friday. Hi trial will be held at the
next term of the district court, Novem
ber 3d. ; . . .. . , '- .
" t ' : : "
Annual Forest Fire Procla-
- mation Has Been
GOV. T. T. GEER IS SENDING OUT
THE CUSTOM ART, WARNING AND
QUOTED THE STATUTE" PROVID
ING PUNISHMENT FOR VIOLAT
ORS OF THE LXV.
; Gov. T'. T. Geer was yesterday send.
iog out the annual proclamation for the
protection of timber and other proper
ty from. fire. The great value of Ore
gon's timber makes, greater care Im
perative, ' and .the Legislature '..has
therefore wisely determined . to - do all
possible to protect the forests. The
text of the proclamation Is as follows:
Whereas,'an act passed by the Leg
islative Assembly of the state of Ore
gon, at Ms seventeenth regular session.
entitled An Act to Protect Timber
and Other Property from Fire,' con
tails, the following:
"Section 1. If any person shall ma
liciously, with Intent to injure any Toth
er person, by himself or any other per
son, kindle a fre on bis own land or the
land of any other person, and by means
of such fire the buildings, fences, crops
or other personal property or wooded
timber lands of any other person shall
be destroyed or Injured, he shall, on
conviction, be punished by a fine of not
less than twenty dollars nor more than
one thousand dollars, or by imprison
ment in the county jail not less than
three months nor more than ' twelve
monthl, according to the aggravation
of the offense. ! ' .'
"Section 2. If any person . shall,
without malice, kindle any fire in any
field, pasture, enclosure, forest, prairie
or timber land not his own. without
the consent of the owner, and the same
shall spread and do damage to any
buildings, fences, crops, cord wood, bark
or other personal property not his own.
or to any wood or timber land ript his
own, he shad, on conviction, ftr pun
Ished by a fine not less than ten dol
lars &or more thanone hundred dollars
and costs, according -to the aggrava
tion of the offense, and shall stand
committed until the fine and costs are
paid. ' ;;: . . .- -.':..;"': .':",' ? J-
"Section 2. -Any person who shall
enter on the lands of another 'person
r the purpose of hunting and fish
ing, and snail, without the consent of
the downer of . said lands, kindle any
fire theireon. shall ' be punished by a
fine of nbt less than - ten dollars nor:
more than one hundred dollars, and If
such fire be kindled maliciously, and
with, the intent tONjnjure any other per
son, such offender shall be punished by
a fine of not less :tht twenty dollars
nor1 more than two hundred and fifty
dollars, or by Imprisonment In the
county Jail not less than thrVe months
nor more than twelve month
"Section 4. Any person or
who shall will fully set fire
wooded country or forest belonging t
the state or the United States, or to
any person Or persons, shall be deem
ed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction before a court of competent
jurisdiction,' shall be punished by a fine
not exceeding one thousand dollars, or
Imprisonment not exceeding one year,
or by both such fine and Imprisonment,
provided, that nothing herein contain
ed shall a pply to any person who fa
good faith sets a back fire to prevent
the extension of a fire already burning.
"Section 5. Upon any prosecution
ander this act, one half of the flne im
posed shall be paid to the . person who
first gives information thereof to the
district attorney for the district In
which' the offense IsvcommHted, and
the other moiety Shall be paid to the
county treasury for the benefit of the
common sehool fund of the county In
which said fine is collected.
"Section 0. It Is hereby made the
duty? of the Governor of this state to
issue a proclamation on the flrt day
of July reach year, calling public at
tention to" the provisions ( , this act
and warning all persons against violat
ing; the samei It Is also th dirty of
each circuit judre of this state to read
the provision of this act to, each grand
Jury when charging them.as. to the: r
duties. . ' -
"Now. Therefore, I. T. T. Ger, Gov--rnor
of the state of, Oregon, do here
by direct the attention of the public to
Jie crimes and miRdemeanors declared
n this act. with the pennies pre-ril-d.
and warn all proin to abstain
from violating all or any of Its pro-j
Visions.1 ' V-"' '
"Done at the CapltoI.St Salrm. Ore-;
ton, this first day of J.ufy. In the yf-r
if our lvrd. oie thousand nine hundre d
and two. ? . " . .
' "T. T. GfTKR.
, .. t (j'oK'rn'jr.
"By lh Governor.
, . ... "F. L DUNBAR. !
"Secretary of State." -
Legal Blanks, Statesman Job Office.
Legal Blanks, Statesman Job OfScs.
The;. Statesman Pub. Co. has on hand
several hundred copies of the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The price la .10 cents
each as long as they last.
WANTED Eggs and country butter;
pay highest market, price cash. Sa
lem Creamery. Co, 225 Commercial
REPORT CARDS One - school report
cards are printed to fit the school
register. The price are: ' Twelve
cards for 10 cents; twenty-nv for 2C
.cent; one hundred fur 75 cent.
StsiteamaA Publishing Co . Salem,
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and city roperty ait per cent
, per annum; no commission. Please
call on or address Eugene Breyman.
Xltemetnber the place, 270 Commer
cial street, one door north of States
OSTEOPATHY DRS. WYCKOFF
ALBRIGHT-Twenty months gradu
ates of the American Scholl of OsU
patby and A. T. Still Infirmary. Dr.
Wyckoff is the only gentleman grae
uate of osteopathy In Salem. Prac
tice established In Salem since 1S9?
Hours r to 4. Phone Main 2721. Odd
Fellows Temple. v i
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
County Surveyor of Marion county, Or
egon, up to 1 o'clock. August fth, 1902.
and then publicly opened in the pres
ence of the County Commissioners'
Court, for the construction of a Howe
truss bridge across the Ablqua river on
the Sllverton and Marquam. road, and
also fori retlmbering the Lelchty
bridge across Pudding river on the Sa
lm and Sllverton road.' j
Separate bids will be deceived. The
bidder must deposit I per cent of the
amount of his bid as by law required.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the county surveyor's office. The
County Commissioners Court reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
B. B. HERRICK, Jr,
County Surveyor of ,: Marion county.
Oregon . .
By W. J. CULVER. Deputy.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF AD
Notice Is hereby .given that on the
7th day of July, A. D. 1002, the County
Court of Marion county. Oregon, duiy
apiolnted Susan E. Jones, of said Mar
lon county, the administratrix of the
estate of S. R. T. Jones, deceased, and
having qualified as required by law.
all persona having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present
them with the proper vouchera as by
law required, to the undctslgned at
Kalmi. Orfcon. within ;. tx months
from the date'of the first publication of
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 7th day
of July, A D. 1902. .
' SUSAN E. JONES.
" s Administratrix,
. EXECUTOR NOTICE." -
" Notice is hereby given that the unde
signed by an order of the county court
of Marlon county, Oregon, has been ap
pointed as exWutor of the estate of
Mary J. Williams. deceased. All per
sons having claims afralnst such estate
are required -, to pr-sent them' within
si months from the date of this notice,
with the proper vouchers, to the under
signed at the office of Geo. G.. Blng
harn, Salem, Oregon. 1 , f
Dated this 12th day of July, 1902.
HENRY L. BARKLEY.
i mt CIIICHMIKH'S N;l.l!
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" fartlMlaM, TmImmiU.
4 Rttf fr lMtiM.'m ww, j r.
Hops Hops Hops .
If you are Interested In bop newt
and prices. It will pay yoo to get tb
reporta of the .
N. T. HOP REPORTING CO..
':i 88 Whitehall St
New York Clll.
EMMET WELLS. Pen, Manager.
SHOT AT THE MONKET .
w. R. Anderson's monkey, which hs
developed a fondness for roaming about
towiCStppeared at tne residence of Jc.
Baumgartner ' yesterday morning., and
frtgbtenedMrs. Baumgartner and the
baby. In oder to drlv the animal
away Mr. Baumgartner brought ' out
his shotgun and fired a couple of 'loads
of fine blrdshot at the .'lAonk. but at
too great a distance toxia serious dam
PROSPERITT ' THE ISSU
Prosperity Iathe Issue is thetitle
of the great speech of United Semitor
Jacob 11. Gallingfr, of New Ilampshi
recently delivered In the Senate at
Washington. s - The speech has been Is
sued In document fprm by the Ameri
can Protective Tariff League. Send
postal csrd raqaest for free eopy.'Ask
for Document. No. IS-NAd dress W. F.
Wakeman, General Secretary, 135 West
23d Strjet. New York. . , ,
IN THE PRQBATE COURT
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INVENTORY Oil THE J. fi. NYE
estate filed by ' the
1 D. C. Thomas, William Andernm and
rv-njimin Simpsrn yesterday fild,' In
the Marion county probate court. th-:r
inventory Uon the estate of J. S. Ny,
d-esNl, appraii1ncr the efta'Je. . cfn
sihtinc of both r4.I and torsional prop
erty, at 2.7. .
J. I. Crabtrec, F. M. -M'c Daniel and
E. A Baker also filed th-ir lnrnlory
ur'n the estate of O. II. P. Darby.
de:cs'sod. appraising the jsame, at
NO MILITIA THKRE. -WASHINGTON.
July 2S-Act ording
lo present, In ljcafp.ns very few. If any.
tt the National Guard ngotzailrn ot
the various will participate In
th prcr-'w:d extensive mrtfiivfn of
the regular army at Fort Riley, Kani,
the latter part of Sptembr.
'." 1. I .
This wondt-rful "tl
herbs. rwl bu.ls,
bsrk and rttrtaln.'!",
that sn fnnrfiir "-
known to medical scienee in this country.
Tbrouch the ue ef these hurml.- r-m-
dim. litis famous doctor. knows th acti
at over Sou dttttrent n-m.l4-a whlcb h-
sucosfu)ly uw'i in different Ow,i
Urn guaxsBtees to care catarra. aatnuia.
wok, throat, rnctimatism. nervunii.s
Miuiiiol, liver. kiUnvjr. . bladtler. f-it-trouble.
Jrwt manUood. an rlvio dl ..-;
baa hundrvda of teoumonials. Charrae
Call and see hlm.Cossultstlon free. r
Uenta out of the city write fr blsnk ant
circaisr. Kncioac Mania d4rr The C
ile.Wo CUIn Mltcino Co.. li-a 1'tolr
oirvri, I uruuu, vrrua. jatniiva 'rtm
Italian Prunes.7 1 lba CSo.
Pstit Prunes, 8 lbs. .
Pink Boans, 10 Ibss
Whits Btsns, 8 lbs-
.. ' . 25o. :. .
' Good Flour, per sack
. 70o : :-
Black Figs, psr lb.
Good Cooking Molasses, per gatton.
Fancy Table 8yrun,'pr gallon, &0o
Good Cooking Molasses, pr gallon, 30
Scotch Oats, per pkg,
Bulk Coco nut, 15e pr lb.
Macaroni No. 1, largo size bosos, whits
or ysllow, psr box, 35c
Jumbo Mush, 2'., lbs.
4 pkg a, 25c '
Bring us your butter and eggs. We
pay highest market price, cash or mer
M. T. RINEMAN
122 State Street. Telephone 1J1
rg!S. C. STONE, n.D,
STOIIE'S DRU& STORES
' 8ALKM, OR. ,
The stores (two In number) arelo
eated at No. 235 snd 297 Com.met'clnl
street, and. are wll stocked with a
complete line of drugs and tneillclnes,
toilet articles, perfumery, brushes, etc.
v . - t-r qwwv. ' ' t-
Has had"som"2f yearsT cxiwrlence'ln
the practice, of mcdhtne and now
makes no charice for cobsultatlon,' cx-
Aminatlon or prcscrlptlri. .
He does a cash business. He. neither
buys on time nor sell On lime. Iedg-,
era. 'Journals, day-bnoksi bkkeei.erS.
bill collet-tors, and all the modern lirar
phernalla of c redit 1 rug stores, are un
known In his business, hence a -full
utrx k land correct prices. .
vi.it DR. JORDAN'S catari
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fc........ "-- ImM-
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a Wf" 9 ITMIIJI til mum f "MmHf
f i S aamMMka M,m ! Bmwi r
A I fl? S H TnaMMlYMtiimt aisai.
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A Ciiiiiitr "it r
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W m taMicr. muju sasa. IK m b ft
lMaa t ail
m os josnsM a co- icsi si an at si., s. r.
TKa Datt-Nothlntf !
Yoscmilc EnnmCf Co.
. . Luhar and
.'. Eara)vara of "
Monlgomrr !t., 9- V.
Ntir real oral I, tnr sllor'nt ths lrjf".
'A lMllfnl rtrw ,ormff'i miltnir.
Are 7011 aii'kT Tty rwUrir'. r ni,-lf lle
Umona Hillmit Pr(rieii w1t, It eiii fk
on ! p; U ill tusks yo etL. Vou wilt
in (ft. j
Xji'as 1e fr Iy,pria, KHn-jrsv1 ftiad.'
tt yfn want a rrtT It's an fctat 1. 1 .
AmwW'tiln l U k In'la iirji, tm-iuot,
llafia. frnr hnwin sll . etc.:
iHtr iaU, hoiaw. 1. onji!rtrl arel 'mr lh in
lb- fnflmi erih inr tni tick or !!.
We have a well f. H-l ftr-, hit, int'Mh a
ranifr i?-w-, stxl at aa rnu.onal.lu .n' .
utymUrtr. frn turn to Hvad up ami r(iYialim
U ail lar.
l4 Mmf Uit born and rarricti tmy an l
oai l r aalc at raanabl prtr. -
Flt! wnptriit trfoitta lit the 1rl,.; v.- l
wtried iri lino itle. Ala; iij'ii
mr. -. Ka' will r a foltwa:' Him.t'i a K-.tfl.
Pr k ; iilrtrn tiixlcr- fl yea fa, ha't f.ri-t, ;
ijiial ; tr lamili- -
wt-rtrr a li pvi rtrrr i yr uM. t.i nl
nKint'i., H rur r IC with a,-; wifl.i. .".
ft io fr lir;. 'V tifa'h ; im' 1
ifj fflf m. h, thr-,; lor f I. t
fvt lurUir frUc':r, s-Hrtna
n f err t
'e Niwi Ofitxn c!r at lis m.i ! '
yt iMt t I f. iu : hit t ,(. 1 u , .
II )'' way.
Man Kav wln at !l a vi ; r-
, rite, at - . 10 ; lc. tl ' t.. b war.
Leg! fjlat.ks, L'.Z'.-'ian Job Of
T fj ZT f curr PP" with.-
I -vH- '3 up t' !!. ii
I -"S. - --: cares with ihowt
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