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L.T OUTGO:? CTATXTSAN. TUIDAY, EZFTEMEER 9. 1302,
Long Continual Litigation' in
a Read Case Is r.
THE I'OUNTT COyRT. OVERRULES
A REMONSTRANCE -TO A ROAD
: J PETITION AFTER THE MATTER
' HAS BEEN ; ADJUDICATED IN
THE SUPREME COURT. f "
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v '(From Saturday's Daily. .
There-was a slight departure from
. the usual" quiet and humdrum. -routine
of the county court yesterday after
noon when the remonstrance to and
the motion to" dismiss the petition of
J. E. Ferris' et-'aJi for -theC vacation
of a strip of road in the Waldo Ilttla
.' dl2trlct.was aruged y the respective
' attorneys In 4he case, which argument
'was quite spirited and Interesting. The
, court overruled the jrernonstrance to
the petition, however, and also the mo
tion to diartolss, which was made on the
ground that the court had no jurisdic
tion in the matter, and ordered that this
"''load be viewed for the purpose of hav
: ing the same vacated, and appointed
Aleck Thompson, W. ,W, Culver; and
J. E. Hammond :aa viewers wrth, in
structions' to meet "With .County" Sur-
. vey or B.i B. derrick, J r, on Septem
ber 22, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of viewing and investigating
the matter of vacating the rOad as pe
tltioned for and report upon the advise-
ability of such action.
This road, which is a short neck of
road which was established when the
"Waldo Hills Fruit Farm No. 3 was
laid out, has been the subject of Htlga
tion for months past and has - been
through ail the courts. The original
suit was, begun in the first department
of the State" Circuit "Court under the
title of Spencer vs. Peterson, in -which
the plaintiff , asked for damages against
the defendant for the obstruction of
the road, was' tried before Jury and
a verdict rendered for the , plaintiff,
awarding him $100 damages, And the
- defendant appealed '-to the 'Supreme
Court from this decision, and the ' Su
preme-Court In turn affirmed . the de-
cision ot Judge, Burnett of the lower
. courts . P. H, D'Arcy and John A
Carson appeared for the remonstralor,
H. Spencer and Bonham A . Martin
for the petitioners.
The court also made an 'order in
view of the fact Giat these who are in
terested in road matters persist in sp
: nearing before the court during the
; first two days of each session, which
J days are customarily devoted to the
auditing of claims, to argue their, con-
tentions when the court prefers, to be
i ' uninterrupted to ; the effect that no
road petitions would be heard by, ..the
court in! the future, before Friday of
each session, which .day has , been set
apfirt for the hearing of same. .Other
business, was . transacted by the r court
during yeterday'a 'session ae follows;-
The resignation of R. C. Ramsby
as jUBtice of the peace for Sllvertonfder I with this, exception,i iand the de-
district. Was, accepted. No - appoint
ment has been made as yet, to fill the
vacancy Iri the office. , i
Thje resignation Of DaVld Mangle as
mipervlnorl of .road district No. 22. i of
Stay ton,! was also accepted, and the
court apKlnt?d Sylvester s, Lansbert,
upon petition, to fill the, vacancy thus
caused. I - ' - - .
The report of the viewers. John W.
Jory, Frsjyhfc Davey and,W. J. Culver,
upon the Islte for the establishment of
-h new mfeid ;on Ankeny . bottom, petl
tloned for by R. F. Myers. e al, . was
submitted and, read for the .first time
The report pf the viewers, II. D.
Manning, A. - D. Perkins .and W. J.
Culver, unon- the site for a new road
near Brooks.- petitioned for, by Henry
Melring, j et , al, was also given' a vflrst
.reading,! as was also the report of H.
Krau's. John School and W. J. Culver,
viewers Of the site for the location of a
. new county road near Champoeg,
which was petitioned for by A. O. Cone
.et al. I : ' ' V " " - '
The claims allowed during - yester
day's session, foUow; ; N,,- , ,.
'Justice Court Aeeount."
. State vs. John Kuher.
- i f , Claimed. Allowed.
II. Overton .
W. It. Brayles
Rodney M Kee V.'. 2.90
Chris tDanielsoa ....i 2
G. W. Vedder...;......
. State vs. Thomas Fallon.
II. Overton i ......$7.T5
W. II. Brayles
James Fallon ;......... 5.40
Fred Dtse .....t'.
State vs. Win. S. Larson.
K. D. Horgan 3-75
J. II. Lewis
State vs. F. I Savage. ..
E. p. Horgan ....$3.20.
John II. Lewis
State vs. C. Bunce.
E. D, Horgan 5-
J. 1L Lewis ...
.'..",' Road and Highway.
Goodale-Lumber Co. .....$.B3
' M. O. Kiilght .k.; ...,59.95
Wm. Edmondson 4 W
Wm. WIMlna "'15'
J. II. Scott ....
C. Ransom ...".. 8I
J. II. McNary .....-..... I-00
i-"4 Poor Account.
A. E. Tamiesie .. ...... .-3O.0O
- f Rebate Aoeount. -
1 tT nnland . . . . .$ 3.TS
During th Septemler term of county
- V . . ' mwuiiImI amount-
ttrx ctainis wwi v -
. in. ti(ji? hut throuih the auaii
ing process the amount waa reduced to
J4.447.11J the amount of claims, aliowea
by the court." -; " :' ' """' 1 ,".",V".
FILED ARTICLES IN. THE STATE
. - DEPARTMENT 1 ; YESTERDAY
- " READY FOR BUSINESS
In the State Department, yesterday,
two new companies filed articles. They
- Th (Anderson Spike Company will
manufacture and sell railroad spikes
and machinery for manufacturing the
. lim, Invented by James B. Anderson.
The company Is capitalized for tL09.
mjO, and the headquarters is located at
Portland. James J3. Anderson, JJ A.
Ormandy. Ai Schubacn. H. A. Hepp
ner and. T. J. Gelsler are the Incorpor
ators. 1 r. '- l-' " . -
The Howard & Dennison Company
will equip, maintain and operate bar
ber shops, and deal In barbers' fixtures
and supplies, with headquarters in
foruand, ana a eapital of $2000. S- H.
Howard, Marie Louise Howard and
John Dennison are the incorporators.
GIBSON WAS !
Circuit Judge Boise Releases
tjie Alleged Woman ! -;
BE, CAUSE OF J ERRORS - AT , THE
HEARING- IN" 'THE ' JUSTICE
, COURT HOW THE - MATTER
CAME UP FOR HEARING IN THE
CIRCUIT COURT. Li;
(From Saturday's Dally.) t
Judge R. P. Boise, of the second de
partment of the State Circuit Court. In
session yesterday; morning, heard the
writ of review In the case of Thomas
Gibson, petitioner and defendant, vs.
State of Oregon, defendant and plain
tiff, and reversed the decision of Jus
tice of the Peace E. D. Horgan, in
which the defendant and petitioner was
adjudged guilty of ' assault . upon, and
threatening the life tw bis wife and
bound ever to the Circuit Court in the
sum of 1250 bonds .to keep the peace.
and the defendant, Gibson, was order
ed discharged. -' .' .
The court heard -the argument. In
spected the return of the writ of review
of the case and held in Its order that
it found that the proceedings of Jus
tice of the Peace E. D. Horgan were
defective ; arid erroneous," and It was
ordered and adjudged that, "the decis
ion be" reversed and the defendant and
petitioner be discharged.",
The law provides that the testimony
of witnesses must be reduced to writ
ing so that in case the defendant ' Is
bound over to the next term of the
Circuit Court the testimony will go to
the higher court and be reviewed by it.
and other testimony may also be Intro.
duced so that the higher court may de
termine whether to keep the defendant
under bonds. : -
When the Gibson case was tried Dep
uty 1 District Attorney C. L.'McNary
stated the law, in regard to taking tes -
tlmony, to the court, and asked If thenje entire yard of Mr. Jones consists
court had made any arrangements to
reduce the testimony to writing, and
finding that the court had no other way
to take the testimony except in long
hand, be proposed that If the defend-
ant would .waive the statutory require-1
ment. It would save trouble, time and!
expense. ; J;.tA. Jeffrey., urn behalf
of the defendant whom he represented,
stipulated in open court to waive; re -
duclng the; , testimony In writing, and
the lease was tried in the regular or-
fendant was bound over In. the sum of
tu00 to the next term of court. I
. Kttnrtlv after the defendant gave
bonds, Mr. Jeff rey took the case on re -
view before Judge R. P- Boise. . and,
among other errors alleged as the main j yard will yield in the same prportion,
one! that the testimony in the.casebad and estimates the crop for. the slxty
nntbeen reduced to writing. The case I five acres at from ,000 to 7.000 boxes.
waid yesterday decided upon this point,
Judae Boise holding , that this waa A
matter a defendant in a criminal pro
ceeding could not .waive and ha, for
this reason, ordered the prisoner dis-
chargea. ; "... ,-v .- .. -
The story of Gibson's ffense. In as
saulting .his wife, was told In the;
Statesman of .Tuesday. July , 29th, the
day! after Gibson was arrested on the
warrant sworn out by his wire. ? xne
story a published then follows:
rMrs. Thomas Gibson, of near Lewis-1
.v. winxni. 9. in fiotml
TMteroay and swore out a warrant for
yestraay, ana swore oui
M'wTSVlouY ..sa on he" .no
pose being to place him under bonds to
keep the peace.
"Mrs. Gibson, who is a, small "woman.
seems to have had her share of .trou
blew in her married life. She waa for
merlv Mrs. Warner, and has a num
ber of children a a result of the first
r. TTe. tinahanil rtlArt leaving
Her husband died leaving
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her a 9-acre xarm in. ine nc
Hill Later she married Gibson, and
according to her story her trouble, be -
Kan bwii w
"She .arserta that her nusoana nami-
uallv beats and abuses her; that he fre
nuonilv knocks her down, kicks her
while down, sbite tobaoco In her face,
and renerally terrortees her and the
children; that two years ago sne was
in torcor of her life, and with a baby
was,compelled t; flee from him ana
hide in an old smoke house, spenomg
the niaht In the cold It was in winter
and there was snow oh the ground
and to protect her child from tne ooia
h. toolt off her own Skirts ana wrap-
hed them around the Infant. She had
him arrested , once tor tnreateniu i
kill her. and Justice R. C. Ramsby. ef
siiverton. , fined him. Another time
she swore out a warrant before. Justice
e th Pmts H. A. JOBnaon. or tnis
city, charging him with assault wun
. . . a
oeaaiy weapon. "t" . ti,
end promises to do better, she witn
. tjtw. tiai . nra vra
drew the charge.
"Since that time, she asserts, ne nas
repeatedly assaulted her; once ne
threw a- flatlron at her. and ne- uses
such foul and Indecent-language, as to
have' become nelghborhooa scanaai.
Some of the children are afraid to stay
at home and are scatterea among iu
nela-hbora. On last Saturday afternoon
Mrs. Gibaon says, her husband began!
n ahna her., and tried to - beat - her 1
when she ran to the barn for safety, I nt fh trouble gpreading there will
He caught her and struck herwitn a I us iocs of quality and a redoe--.i..v.
irnnrklnr her down, when he pica- I ,, ivi . some of the seed
ed Up a Pic of machinery and threat -
ned to kill her. and desisted only when
the children cried and begged him
leave their mother aione ,j m
. wnnj ih woman Is a small
' .. ihr husband Is
V h one of the roost powerful
,B MaHon.countyuch occur-
rences are uaea as ....-"- r - -
advocates of im now
Legal Blanks, Statesman Job OJce." crop. V- -
the no? i;iEN
Oatlcci fcr the Crop the Best
in T velve
REPORTS FROM SOME YARDS IN
DICATE A GREAT INCREASE IN
THE rYJELD OVER LAST SEASON
GROWERS ARE HAPPT OVER
THE PROSPECT. '
(From Saturday's Dally.)
The Oregon hop crop is now ready
for the pickers, in fact, in some In
stances the work has been commenced.
There is no complaint of poor hops this
season, and the favorable weathrr con
ditions now , Insure an excellent yield
of this. Oregon's most valuable crop.-
Large growers are jubilant over the
outlook, and re making their plans
for the handling of their crops in the
best- manner possible, so 'that there
will probably be no poor hops - In the
market this year. r? ' ;
Mr, H. J. pttenheimer. one, of Salem's
best- informed dealers and very ex
tensive grower of Oregon and Califor
nia hops, with yards in Marion and
Polk counties,' in discussing the situa
tion In hops, said yesterday afternoon:
"Picking ; has commenced In , a few
yards and will "be general 1 on next
Monday. Pickers are plentiful, and the
ruling .price is 40 cents. The crop Is of
ft ne ouality. and a, continuance of
the present good weather means I the
best crop of hops In Oregon since 1890.
With a good quality of hops in Oregon.
prices are assured, for we are already
receiving reports of mold la England,
and' that .taken with the short crop In
that country, will assure a great de
mand for the Oregon hops. r.
English dealers as welL as brewers
now realize they will have to pay high
prices this season, and the future looks
bright for the Oregon growers."
Mr. Ottenheimer stated that he had
an abundance of pickers, at 40 cents,
and that many had been turned away.
and that many other growers were sim
ilarly well supplied.
If all the hoo yards in the valley
yield a crou in proportion - to- that of
M. L. rJones' yard, at Brooks. the 190f
croD Jwill not only "Drove a record
breaker for quality but also- for quan
tity, acreage considered. According to
the report of J. A. : Rldinger, a lessee of
eight acres of the above named yard,
the yield for, this year, especially .la
ltnat district, will be t tremendous one.
Qf : sixty-five acres . but - he has It
leased in different sised tracts.- -.The
drying facilities at this yard are so
limited that. Jn order that all the hops
be harvested and cured In good season.
u was necessary for somevof the lessees
to Dick their hops early, and this lot
Jfeli to Mr. Ridiriger. who began picking
J his portion of the yard the first of this
Notwithstanding the fact that - Mr.
I Ridlnaer be'sran nicking his hops ' one
week earlier than he should have done,
jhe says that the eight acres which he
I has leased, and which only produced
I-270 boxes last year, gave a yield of
1 over 600 boxes this year.
or 240 ; per
I cent Increase, He says that the entire
I weighing from la to la pounas per do.
or about 90,000 pounds. Where the
yard averaged only two boxes to tee
row last year, the pickers obtained an
average of seven boxes this year. The
yield was .a great surprise to him, as
It was to everybody else who made an
estimate,' and he la satisfied that, if he
.miM have waited until his hops ar
rived at a more advanced stage oi
I i . ka AltM4 t mm
maiumjr, u TCWU.U iT
I 500 to 1.000 pounds more' than he ob-
uunea. - fc ' aa
Mr. Rldinger says that his hops did
not look so heavy uoon the vines but to the Florence .Sanatorium, where the
I . . . .nt h rtultll.i.i,u4 han4 ilrMiiml. nr! lator th
wa comp rito "Vnd he
that all of the grower. wlU
yield for - the .tate wUA crowd 0.000
hales pretty close- v. . I.
Mr. Rldinger Is btgniv eiatea oer
the results of this year's growth, I but
unfnrtunatelv. he Is numbered among
those who contracted their crops early
In the season and he will realise omj
12 cents, per pound for his h"ops.
ph. 4naiv of hooa throughout the
1 .ii. -.in h exceptionally nne tnis
1 - " m ' .. . 1
. - - - tQ Mr Ridinger". estimate
yeW.hufld gool generally or
1 of the ieia wm arriving at
nnLi Hod. Dickers are , arrivia
.nd other stations along; tne
line by the car load and boat load, and
that riiatrlct Is literally flooded With
thorn. . . , .
.Valentine Loewl's Sons Co, tne notea
hop merchants, of New York, have the
following te say in tne way ot pros
pects and market conditions and prices
in the, Producers' iTice turreni oi
the local market , has
been of small volume, and the limited
auantitv of 1W1 hops left : In first
hand makes it quite certain that no
activity will be shown until the, new
eon cornea forward. Price are well
sustained, however, on an graaes, ana
holders are generally ; firm In their
views. We note aulte & movement in
Aiif oM one line of 70 bates States
1 1 , ihubw jau e - - .
I the market at c A few
I bales of new seedlings nave : amvea
- j d brewers at extreme prices.
From advanced figures from the rev
enue denaTtment It looks 14 lime tan
in if off In consumption of malt liquors
for July was not over :M,0M bbis. as
compared with July of last year, when
the consumption was exceptionally
heavy. Crop advices from New York
state have been more unfavorable this
weelc m severe attack of Hoe being re-
,n m,ny section . and unless the
,w Mnitinna axe" iuch as to nre-
1 Mn fe Mng efced and the fear of
I . from vermin may lUrt picking
to Qn fh. msJn crop 1,.. jt u sufficiently
matured. Everything Is favorable on
the Pacific Coast. , It Is said tbat.il.
000 bales of the Oregon crop have been
contracted; If this Is true it would m
dicate about one-third of the coast crop!
- now under contxacx. wwo"wm. .
. Kn2land re arUl toe a
I r late. Germany will have a large
1 " .w.. Tr-i.-jr i.
buying quite i.largely of cheap German
bops at 40 marks. ;
State. 1901. choice per lb.;.. 2
State, MM. prime..
State. 1901. lower grades. 21
State, 1STO0. choice, per lb....l$
State, 1900. lower grade.. . .14
Pacific Coast, 1901, choice. .25
Pacific Coast, 190L prime.... 234024 .
Pa. Coast. 1901, lower grades 21 021
Pacific Coast, ISM. choice.. 13 19
Pa. Coast. 1900. lower grades 14 17
State and Pa. Coast, old oils SI? 9 It
. PUSH CLUB
Will Meet in Regular Session
on Next Wednesday
I TO BEGIN TllE "WINTER'S WORK
AND ALL BUSINESS MEN ARE
URGED TO TAKE PART MUCH
GOOD CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED
BY THE ORGANIZATION. V
. (From Saturday's Dally.)
The Greater Salem Commercial Club
I Will hold a regular meeting at the city
hall on next Wednesday evening when
the -work for the winter will be laid
out, at.d plans made for active opera
tions. ; There i a, great deal to ' be
done, and it will require the co-ope ra
tion of all business men to make the
Club the success that Its promoters and
I founders intended it should be. and'lf
the support of the clUsens can be se
rured for It, much good will result for
Salem and the surrounding" : country.
It is for this heason that every busi
ness man'ahculd be a member of the
Club, and not only should he hold
membership,, but. should attend the
sessions, help bear the burdens of the
work, serve on committees and push
the interests of the Club, wnicn are
the Interests of Salem, in' every way
possible.,- - r
Secretary N. J. Judah, of the Great
er Salem Club, has" already listed over
0 rooms, available for State Fair vis
itors and more are constantly being
added to" the list. A book has been pro
vided In which the rooms are entered,
and from this list visitors during' the
Fair will be supplied with lodgings.
TWO SERIOUS ACCIDENTS
AN AGED LADY BREAKS A LIMB-
INJURY AT THE PLANING
From Saturday's Dally.)
Mrs. E. A. Seemet. of Portland, aged
64 years, while on the way to the
Horst hop yard south of this city yes
terday morning; and about a mHe from
this city, met 'with a distressing accl
dent, which will prevent her from pick
Ing hops this year, as contemplated,
and wilt keep her confined top the sick
room for several weeks. While-In the
act of boarding ; the wagon, the team
suddenly started, throwing her to the
I ground and breaking the left lower limb
at the knee. She was quickly brought
i to this city where Dr. J. N. Smith at
tended her Injuries. ,Th aged' pa
tierit was taken to the Salem Hospital
where she was made as 'comfortable as
circumstances would permit.
"At the Stout planing mill, yesterday
afternoon, while Joseph Fisher, one of
the employes was operating a "sticker
or planer, his right hand was caught
In the machinery, and "before It coul
be removed, the member was badly
lacerated. .The back of the hand was
cut In a number of places, and some of
the bones crsped. but none broken.
The injured man was quickly hurried
patient went to hl. home. ' The attend.
lng jphy.lan think, an nputation will
CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS
ONE MAN SHOT TRBOLOIl TUB
FOOT- ANOTHER'S SHOUL
DER I DISLOCATED.
(From Saturday's Daily.)
INDEPENDENCE. Sept. 5. The past
week has been prolific la casualties in-
cident to this time of year. rrom
Falls City comes.the Intelligence tha
Ralph ilarrington received the contents
of a shotgun In his foot,- wnen ne
didn't know It. was loaded. The gun
is one of thos which cock by the throw
ing back of a lever, and not knowing
the piece to be loaded he threw tne
lever back and was showing a friend
bow to hang It up on a nail oy the
trigger iruard when in JiRlng It mux-
ale down he let the weight fall on the
trigger instead of the guard, causing
the ran to discharge ana inflicting a
severe wound. :
From the southern part of the county
comes word that Jesse Simpson, a log-
ger. Was struck with a timber, the blow
dislocating nis snouiaer . uui
bruising him. -
Still snether. a threshing sccllent, is
reported. " Alvtn Edward, an employe
of the Grant threshing machine, caught
bis left hand In the belt of the separat
or, dislocating wrist, elbow and shiul
der. - '
The Oregon Fire Relief AaaociaU
has been a success ever since It began
buslnem in January, 185. and is now
crowing faster than ever before.' :
Its annual report of December L
1101. shows a net gain In amount of la
surance In force of 22.C2R.7I7. which la
& per cent more than the net gain oi
any previous year. It paid 135 losses
during the year amounting to Z3.i
It Is strictly a mutual InsUtaflon
which furnishes the best of !
, Firm lastranee at CoU
For further particulars." address A. C.
Chandler.' secretary. . McMinnvine. Or
troH( or f you reside In Marlon county,
call oo or address 1L A.
(agent) Salem. Oregon.
Legal Clanks, Statesman Job OSc,
The Statesman Pub. Co. baa on hand
several hundred copies of the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The price Is 19 cents
each as long as they last.
WANTED THREE MILK COWS.
Apply to Superintendent cf School
for the Deaf.
WANTED Eggs and country, butter;
pay highest market price cash. Sa
lem Creamery Ca 22S Commercial
street.' . '
LOST BETWEEN .ASYLUM XFARM
and Hayville. a red backed account
book.- Leave at Statesman offlce. E.
A. Pruitt. ' '
FOR .SALE 7 r SHEEP. 5 MOSTLY
yearling ewes, also- 6 good milrh
cows. 4 Address. E. J. 1'earson. l ur
rrr. seven miles south ot.balem. on
LILIENTHAL BROS, HOP MERCH
ants. It J. Ottenheimer, manager.
office N. E. corner Commercial and!
State streets (upstairs); phone Main
HI. : - .... . ' J"V.
I WANT TO BUT LIVE, IIIXJS AiU
pigs, also ducks, spring chickens, and
hens. "X will pay the highest cash
price for same. Quong II ing, 254 Lib
rty street, Salem, Or.
REPORT CARDS Our school report
cards aire printed: to fit the' school
register. The price vre: Twelve
cards for 10 cents; twentyflve for 20
cents; one hundred, for 75 cetvta.
etateenmn v Publishing Oo Salem.
Ore. " '! -
MONET TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and city roperty at per cent
per' annum: no commission. Please
call on or address
Kugene Breyman. 1 8jHclal attention given to ii
ace, 270 ComrnerL (Jraiu, J lope aud Fruit.
Remember the place,
clal street, one door north of States
man offlce.'V r" i T
NOW-IS A GOOD TIME TO BRING
In your machinery and, have your
repairing all done. Castings, iron and
brass, furnished on short notice. One
boiler and, 4-horse engine complete
for sale - cheap. E. M. Klghtlinger,
Phone 2933. 208 Liberty St. -
FOR SALE. Shorthorn bull. Gallant
Stamp 2 years old, red. registered.
medium flesh, weight 1700 lbs.; also
Seaforth -2 years old, roan, register
ed. medium flesh.: weight 1800 pounds;
also a fine 2-year-old heifer, regis
tered with April calf at side by
Gallant Stamp. Address, .New York
- Stock Farm, 4th and Morrison Sts.,
Portland. Oregon, or see them at ' the
Oregon Stat Fair. -
NOTICE . TO GOAT BREEDERS:
Take notice that my thoroughbred
' Angora goats which wVre heretofore
leased to Mr. J. B, Early, of Salem.
Oregon, have been turned over to me.
and that they are now In the care of
Rlddell Brothers, of Monmouth. Ore
gon: anl that all persons desiring in
formation concerning said goats are
reouested to correspond with said
Riddell Brothers. :
r s J. S. I1ARRI8.V
f September th. 1902.
" ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE.
ESTABLISHED IN I830.-Ory cofn
plcte et of abstract books In Marlon
county, Oregon. -oonceTning tiucs,
confeult ua. Salem Abstract ; st.l
Laud Co.. Salem. Oregon. ' F. W.
Waters. . Secretary and Manager.
OSTEOPATH T DItS. WYCKOFF &
" ALBRIGHT Twenty months gradu-
ates of the American Stlioll of Osteo
pathy and A T. Still Infirmary, pr,
vWyckoff is the only gentleman grad
1 uate of osteopathy in Salem. Prae-
tlce established In Salm since 1X39
Hours 8 to 4. Phone Main 27,21. Odd
DR. E. E. JACKSON, VETERINARY
Surgeon and ix-ntisu , ah oiseaws
of domestic animals treated at my
hospital by the. latest Improved
methods." -Diagnosis and Iamene a
specialty, having taken a post-grad-
uate course In this special line In
1800. 18 vears a Veterinary. Ofne
at, Sklpion Jackson -Sale Jlarn, ,
South eommerclal street Salem, Or.
ITione Red 2011. ;
' LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The Board of Equalisation for Marlon
I county, Oregon, -will meet at tae onice
of the county "clerk on Monday, Sep
tember 22. 19C2.; at o'clock a. m.. and
will remain iii-ession each successive
day for one week.
All parties Interested are requested
to appear and examine their assess-
ment 'for the .year 1W2 and have all i
errors corrected by said Board, if any
there be, as -no corrections can be mads
after the adjournment of the ' said
Assessor erf Marlon County. Oregon.
Salem, fttetron. September J.-1902.
a rcxAsvo Dirt.
HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY,
' One small bottle of Hall's Great Dli
aovenr cures all kidney and bladd
troubles, remaves graveL' cures . dia
betes, seminal emissions, weak and
lame backs, rheumatism and all ir
regularities of the kidneys and bladder
fa both men and women, regulates
bladder troubles-la chlldien. If not
sold by jour druggist, win be sent y
tnaii an recelot of XL One smslKbot-
tle is tsrs month's treatment, and will
core any case sbove mentioned, ur
r w HilL sole maaafactarer. P. O
no. 23. St. Louis. Mo. Send forwd-
oonlals. Sold by aU druggists, s of, at
OR. JL C. STONE'S drue- Stora', E
tern, Oregow. ; - '
: READ THIS.
Ban don. Ore., Dev t, 185L
Dr. E. W. HalL Ft IvJuir M.v Ta
Sir: I have used your Texas Wond.H
for kidney and rbeumatio irrniW
Its effects, are, woriWfuL - It has
Mutt and 1 can' 'cheerfully recom
mead It wufi truly.
, . If Alt VET HOWE.
Legal Blanks. Statesman Job Office.
Legal Clanks, EUUxxnan Job pace.
L..I ll uL
Wonderful Hor- -Treabnent.
" This wonderful
nnw doHur la c "
great tcif 1
curri pe-?i-le wit!'
xivra up to me. H
core wlik th"
herbs, roots, txi.t. ,
tHt'rk snJ vesetfcii.
I hmt r entirrJr
known te medleal science In this country.
Tsrougta the of thee birmtiK rt-n
dM-s. this fspnons doctor knows the sell is
of over f"D li fit-rent rmedi.- hU-h be
uccefuUy UM-a In 0i'Tret iIim-hjms.
He guarantees to cure riurro, ""
tuRl& throat. rnnmiiuAiM- iw"
tomsch, liver. kiOnry. W.1ler. lenmie
trouble. Hwt mannoiwi. an priri -.-.. .,
ha huBdreda of teUuonUia. C)iarr
Call and see hlm.CoiBultatl.n free. Pa
tient out of the city write fr blsnk an
circular. Kndose umpk Adare The O.
Je Wo C3itniM Mullein 1hrl
1,, Portiaad. . Orcgoa.
Tlio Hotol Montoroy
tX)LLVEB - XlSGKR. nop.
Snnnn innrf Lwatotl no aad on-ll
tail aortl ol Neprt. V.utn Bay, N
puna Will b imr4 U opt-n tfte w fip
wster Iree. UooA tutr iwinw at reaanuaMc
' 1 Ati nt inlH nn th l--h iiwi mri
hoteL Room t V Ut ! or ao.i. hauw
krvpina ranaaa il-m aavwd.
KM. (l.Mper I
f ver week.
Place your orders -tarly.
WALTEIi MORLEY. Manufacturer,
Salem 1-Vnco W ork.- -
Pbotie IS9I - - Ktato Xf., Kal-m
Riven to injuring
Seven OiJ Reliable C7onnanlcs
SK) Commercial St. Snlem, Orcm
Capital Normal School
Vol! torni niwim nil MoildaV. SfliL 22
in Firnt National Iank lluilJlnu;. .
Full normal and Academic courncs.
J. J. Kraps, Prln. -
AT CURRENT RATES.
BONDS. . -
' BOZORTH BROS.
292 Commercial Street, Salem. Or.'
Hops Hops Hops
If too are Interested In hop new
and prices, It will pay yoa to get V
reports of the -
N. T. OOP EErOUTINQ 00
, r M Whitehall
:!7w York. City.
EMMET WELLS. Gen. Manager.
Bee our lcU, punick ciml, rt'taln-
ers at racket prim. xMr "IMiie (;n-
balt" dilihtt, alm our 'H'M BanlcU'
are going fn.t. WV liavfr tulargwl our
line of grantt wate
fJi ve us a "fall. r
-wtam-i ut t w- t S3 V V f T
lis - ; f iriLi a
M Court fit. Annor M. Welch, Trop.
Salem Iron' Works
- k " Wt
All Kinds tf MachiuoWoik, Cufcl-
Hop ami Fruit Drier Stoves.
In Every Print
and besides him. we have to psy
a force of over 40 men, who are
employed in the several depart
1menfs of oar establishment In
printing of vsrlovu klndn. Lvery
tnlng printed here, froul a call
Ing card to a newspaper. Will
you become one of our pUon
and help to promote borne manu
JQFFICE Mala 2041
r-:S. C. STONE, M.D,
STOHE'S DRUG STORE
.The stores (two In 'nurr.W) are -.Ated
at No; 235 and, 2T? C"inm-r
itreet. atnd are well ! stockrd with a
complete line of dross anil inll ln,
toilet articles, pcrfumtry, brush's, tin.
Has bad some' 2S -rears experltfe In
the practice of mdlrne and now
makes no chaVge for consultation, ex
tmlnatlon or prctwrirtlon. .
He does a cah bu.iris. 1I m iUiT
buys oo time nor it-U on time. a: -enst-
jimtls. iJiy-book. hookk'ir,
bill collectors, and all the rno'Wn i-ar-phernalfaof
cre'llt drug ttor' s, arc un
known In his bufcln-is, hence a full
tok and correct irice.
Legal Llaiks, Ktlmjn Job O."