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3CT CrGCIT CTXTrZLlXTT. mipAT. EZ?TrMnr:ti 1 1502.
Rural Delivery, from Saem
r postoliice is a buc-,
yiN'B ROUTES RUNNING OUT jOF
SALEM AND THE ARRANGE
-MENT IS A ; HIGHLY BATISFAC
TnRT 6XE-THE ROUTES AND
THE SEVEItAL CARRIERS. 4 '
burning Umber. Supervisor . S. Ath-
crly haa started for the burning dis
trict-with 60 men and 'every kind , of
appliance of use la forest fire fighting.
vor m the Rambler mine has been
suspended, and all, hands sent to com
bat the fire. .
(From "Wednesday's Dally.)
The - Rural , jFrte Delivery service
from the Salem, postofnc,' established
on April 8, 1S01 has been a success from I aian, derlare that they should have a
the start, and Is now a paying Instltu- I part t the increased price.
tloh, and , one of . the most popeiar
FIRE AT CORVALLIS.
CORVALLIS, Sept. A -fixe occur
red here this morning at 2. " o'clock.
which totally destroyed the building
known as Corvallls brewery, lately used
as a saloon, together wHh a wooden
bulding adjacent and the stock and
liquors in the saloon. All were owned
by B. Woldt. The total loss was $3500.
Insurance of $750 was carried on the
stock of liquors, and $750 on' the brew
ery building. : , "
HOP PICKERS ON A STRIKE.
TACOMA,: Sept. t.- A special to the
News from North Yakima says thai
"00 Indian hop pickers have struck for
$1.25, an advance of .25 cents. Growers
in the Moxee country are holding: their
hops. for 30 cents. a pound, and the In-
What pounty Road Master
W. J. Culver Has
REGARDING THE ROAD FROM SA
LEM TO LIBERTY. BUILT LAST
SPRING BY THE COUNTY AND
FORMERS LIVING ALONG THAT
charged with highway ti -bieryl'on the
person of Sing On. a f "! I l hop rais
er, was held here- I i f I trM
yerdict of acquittal was rendered;
District Attorney Hart appeared for
the state, and M. L. Butler 'for the
. TRACY CLAIM
branches of the j mall eervlce ; In this
ffttloii.,. Eight route wore- originally
established, and to this, on September
-1st, this year was added another, thus
making the service from the Salern
cfl.ee the most extensive and extended
west of the Rocky Mountains, and Sheriff Gardner POSSC Of ot rood
probably the equal of that of any city
(From Wednesday's Dally.) .
An Oreeonlan correspondent from
Salem, In writing to his paper concern
ing the movement for good roads, in
Marion county, refers to the crushed
rock road leading from the Liberty
neighborhood to the southern suburbs
of the Capital Otybuilt under the di
rection of W. J. XTulver, . county en
gineer. : Mr. Culver says among other
things that preparations are now be
ing . made to resume the construction
KILLXCK WENT DOWN.
WASHINGTON," Sept. . Mr. Powell,
United. States Minister to Haytl. has
cabled the State Department that he
has a report that Admiral KiUick and
two of bis officers went P down with
Crete-a-Pierrot recently sunk near
Cape Haytlea by the German gunboat
Panther. . " ;
FARMERS INSURE TOUR GRAIN
The cost Is mere nothing. In the
the granary on the farm about one-half
cent a bushel for oncyear. - In ware
houses, less than one cent for six
months. Six okl reliable companies.
L. M. KIRK.ResIdent Agent.
250 Commercial street. Salem. Over
Th. SitMm9 Pub. Co. has on band
several hundred copies of the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The price Is 10 cents
ach as long as they last.
WANTED THREE MILK COWS.
- a r! v to SuDerintendent of School
for the Deaf. -
WANTED E&-g and country butter;
pay highest market price caah. Sa-
Co. ZZi Utfnunerciw
FOR SALE 57 SI IEEI-. us
yearling ewe, also S good iniicn
cows. Address. E. J. Pearson. Tur
i er. seven miles south of Salem, on
Jefferson road. J
IJLIENTHALBROS-, HOP MERCII-
ints, II. J. Ottenhelmer. manager.
omc N. E. corner Commercial and
State streets (upstairs); phone Main
e-i in.l riuired to ai par
V V .
the above entitled suit on r
" X- . . - . rA- ft.T-
is the last date named in
the publication of tltla' n J
If you or either of yu fall to appear
anl answer for the want
plsintilt will PPly to thr said court
for the relief dematvled In his -U
complaint. , . . , ,
The relief demanded In the r3"1r
complaint Is that yu. each or
ot you hold the following deserted
lands situated, lying and being In Ma
rlon county. Oregon. . - t.
The aoutheast quarter (U and me
wuth Aalf tH of the ..Northeast quar
ter Vl and the northeast iuarer or
theortheast quarter tV mc -.
ict nA th west half (Va) i
section twenty-two (22) and the south- .
east one quarter (4) of "
(10) and all of sect on -elcht
(2S) and .the south half (Va)
of iecSn "enty-.lx (SO and the
north' half (tt) section tWrty-four J4)
all In township, eight () ranf
two eat W. M. tlso .the eairt half (Vol .
of section fourteeo(l) and Je north
r ux-iion -twehty-four (Z)
Ilau t7If - .
r-UVE HOGS AND and the south half () section ntv
. sprit chickens, and two (22); U t ' wn"5 ill
h:hetr-cah- (2) and the east half (H and the
y the ft-gnest, fU1 .ctton twenty-
I WANT TO BUT-
plgs, also ducks.
Iiena. x www w m.r (U) section twenty-
price for same. Quong IHng. Z54 io- Vnm iown.hip eight ()
trty street. Salem. Or.
roads In Marion county the Will. F. BeCkHiaD, a Life MrlS-
n tne United States. ; , ;
Following are 'the nine, route run
ring out of Salem, traversed by the
carriers daily, together with the name
of the carrier on each, route," and the
distances travelled: ' f:
Route No. Xiames 1 '' A. , Remington,
carrier Beginning at th postofflce in
jsalem;. thence! west acroar the Tiver
-over the f Wallace road Vto' Lincoln;
th'-'hee north to the forks of the road;
thence west of south pa&slng the
Sprlnjr Valley 'school house to Zena:
thence southeast, parsing Brush CoU
. l.-se back to Salem. Total length, of
route, 24 mil js.;. v
lloute No. 2,; W. H. Sqtiires, carrier
Beginning at the postofflce In Salem,
thence iacroBs. the river . through ; We"t
Salem: thence! west up the river, pass
ing Eola to Rickreall;: thence north on
the Portland and Corvallis road to the
intersection of the Oak Grove road;
returning to Salem by the Oak Grove
road. Total length of route, 23 miles.
.. oute No. 3, .Chas." B.'Allen. carrier
Beginning at the ostonlce In Salem;
thence south on -Commercial street,
past cemeteries to Liberty, extending
southwest to the school house opposite
Buena Vista; thence back by way1 of
Hall's Ferry xoad to Salem." Total
length of route, 23 miles. .
Route No. Jul Percy Pugh, carrier
Beginning at the postofflce In Salem;
thence south on Commercial street;
thence over the old stitge road to
Hatch's corner; thence west ' to 'the
Buena Vlsta road; thence . duth
through-the Sunnystde country to Hope
.l-chapel; thence west to near the Buena
V&tn faad; thence Southwest to school
hooa-Kthence ? i through Rosedale
to Sunrtyslde- school house; jtnence
north to. Hatch's corner; thence east to
"Prlnarie srlujol houee and' back Jtfaiewi
by- v.-ajr of 'the' rrrftgle road.' Total
length of route, 23 mll. '
Route No. 5.! James S, Albert, carrier
Beginning at the postofflce In Salem:
thenc-e- aut on the Turner road to Ev. C.
Cross' slaughter . house; thence across
the Tailroad track to thet Feeblea'
neighborhood; i east to Mill Creek and
J Reform School; thence past the Deaf
MUte School and Atylum cottages;
thence through the Witzel neighbor
hood; thence north to the Early pe
west of Macleay; thence west post the
Rickey school house southwest to the
Kates plane; thence to the Turner road
and hck on the Turner road to Salem.
Tntit lneth of route. Z3,mnes.
Lincoln County, Wash-ington,
FILE THEHl -DEMAND FOR THE
REWARD OF FIFTfiEN HUNDRED
' DOLLARS FOR CAPTURING THE
BANDIT GOLDFINCH IS ONE OF
THE CLAIMANTS. .
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
' Gov. T". T. Geer yesterday received
a letter from Sheriff Gardner, of Lin
cttln county, Washington, and his dep
uties, asking for the reward for, the
capture , ofr Harry TracyJ The claim
la dated at Davenport. Wash August
18th. but the postmark: on the letter
shows that It was not mailed unui improvement In their respective locai
oner Wai Released Yes
. terday -
WAS SENT TO THE PENITENTIARY
FOR THE MURDER OF HIS WIFE
ABOUT SEVEN YEARS Auu-
LEFT FOR MINNESOTA LAST
EVENING. ' 4
i '' ' '
. . f . f . :
(From Wednesday's Dally.) ;
Gov. T. T Geer, yesterday afternoon
September 7th. last Sunday, when tne iUes.
news of the payment of the claim was
already In the public press. The fet
ter is as follows: " T f
Your Honor is hereby notified that
the 'underslgred citlsemi of Lincoln
latter part of this month, when the far
mers have time to haul the crushed
roeic V The county's crusher will be
run1 for preparing the rock for a part
of.ihe Jefferson road, leading Into the
road Improved last spring.
;Mr. CulVer. speaking further; to the
The outlook for better roads in Mar
Ion, county is good. : The ounty hav
ing been put In good financial condi
tlon, the county court has turned Its
attention to road improvement, and has
. ji n - n K.Linsu.lIk wav
- , - . M . .wm.F. Beck
. i maana wanM rtermlt to improve I a " r
In a permanent way the roads of the man. a priner serving a life aentence
county; Throughout the country the for the murder of hi- wife, in Douglas
efforts of the court have been approv- county In - . v .
ed.as It indicated by the liberal man- Beckman, who was an old man. a
ner in which the farmers conirmuie i veteran of the Civil War, came to iwug-
work and subscribe money to neip vne .aainimtir , h. early 0s. and bought
property there. A womah who had
-it ha been the policy of the court 1 known him in Minnesota followed him
to do away wltbras much unnecessary I and flnalJy induced hlin to marry her. J
bridging as possible. - as sucn onajn i after whlcn he and her grown son by
become worn qui, ny . - ormer marriage began to mistreat
anA filla made and graveled. Bridges I former nwnae
ftnuth range three t "
tr..iAn Miintv. State OI vr-s-t.
trust. In accordance wltn an asr-..
made and entered Into netween plal.nl
i Iff and the defendants Lloyds. .
That said lamis were pur. ...
REPORT CARDS Our school report
cards are printed to Ot the aehool
register.' Th prices; are: Twelve
cards for ! cents; tjrenty-flve for. 20
cents; one uunarea tor - - -r. . - d
States rubliahlnr Co. Saletu. trust by 'lX M
by Mid defendants Lloyds In accord
ance wKh an agreement between the
plaintiff and said IJoyds, towlt: Said
plaintiff was to and did locate and look
up said lands and the defendants were
to and did furnish the purchase price
therefor and were to hold said lands la
tiust for themselves snd this P'ntrt
and in case said" lands were sold, by
agreement between said plaintiff and
the said Lloyds, then the proceeds
hereof were to be divided between
ssld plaintiff and the Lloyds, as follows-
The defendants herein. Uoyds.
were to pay the purchase prlca : threo
123JS0.0O with interest thereon at the
rate of t per cent Interest per annum
from July 1. 101, and the plaintiff
wlTto paid thereto $800 out Of the
proceed, thereof ana tne r-
main nr to OT .
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
1 farms and city roperty at per cent
, toer annum; no commission. Please
icall on or-address Eugene Breyman..
, 'Remember the place. 270 Commer
cial street, one door north of States
man olcc. - -" , i " . r . -
: i i. i i
NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO BRING
In your machinery and have your
repairing all don. Castings, iron and
brass, furnished on short notice. One
boiler and , 4-horse engine complete
for sale cheap., E. , M. Klghllinger,
Phone 2933. 208 Liberty St.
j' ABSTRACTORS OF TITUeI '
ESTABLISITED IN lS3a-Onlj com
plete set of abstract book In Marlon twen the rjoyds and said plaintiff, the
county, Oregon. Concerning title pjalntiff receiving, one-half thereof ana
consult us. Salem Abstract auil the xjoyd. the other half, and by saia
county, Washington, claim the reward hf necessary length are built, and fre- the old man, would not allow nun o
for the capture of the ex-convlct, Har
ry Tracy, in this county on the 5th day
of. August, 1902.-' and respectfully ask
thaf v,e be allowed an opportunity to
establish oijr claim in such a manner
as to Your Honor seems Just.
; We stand ready and willing to prove
our claim and request that any com
munication that is necessary , in this
maKer be addressed to H. N. Martin,
Davenport, Lincoln county, Washing
ton. , V ; '- .' -
- GEORGE E. GOLDFINCH, .
t; i, Informer and Assistant.
J. H. GARDNER.
Sheriff of Lincoln County " and As
sistant; : . '; :' ' '
j., . : . . Deputy '
J.. P. OTARRELL, ;
St. C CHRISTENS EN,
G. L. SUDWICK,
- ! Deputy
. . . I . ... . m tit a Klr.
auently 200 or 300 feet of bridging are i 8ieep in tne noue -
.. Am ni. Al- I ion tn him. even threatening him witn
most a mile of this class of bridge work death. One da"y he entered .the house
. i n ti,. iaa three! nhd vnin o a kitchen safe, helped
naa oeeii icymvcu m - , .
years. I himself to provisioim. w y
-The fact that much mpre heavy 1 ana stepson both threaded him with
h,.tm 1. now belns: done In the win-I death, and he turned nd shot the w-
ter time is calling; attention to the fact
that the roads leading Into the towns
and the market places must have some,
kind of metal surfacing. Through the
prairie sections of Marlon county me
soil makes a good road for ordinary
travel, when the roadbed Is properly
man. from the effects of which she died.
He was tried, convicted, and sent to
te Penitentiary for life.
The pardon was granted upon the
earnest representations ' of the : trial
Judge. number of Jurors, -many; -of
the neonle- residing in tne neignow
Land Co., Salem, Oregon. . W.
AVa t era. Secretary nd Maoagcf.
j : OSTEOPATHY.
OSTEOPATHY DRS. WYCKOFF
ALBRIGHT Twenty months gradu
ates Of the American SchoU of Osteo
pathy and A T. Still Infirmary. Dr.
Wvckoff is tha only gentleman grad
uate of osteopathy in Salem. Prae
tlca established In Salem since 1
4 Hours to 4. Phone Main 2721. Odd
; VETERINARY SURGEONS.
graded and drained, but the heavy hood where the shooting curred and
B. : . . ..i i.. ...nmiiwiif ixKinle of Minnesota,
. . mlA . nlalntlff
privilege and optron to repay the said
; .ift.cv of hem one-half of
the purchase price of Jjf
8 per cent Ipterest from July 7. 1901.
WhereupM the said Lloyds or su h
one of them as held the title to the
ld lands, were to deed to this plaint
iff the undivided half of said lands In
i!L simple. That Mid Lloyds contrary
...m.m herein, attempted
and did transfer the title of said land
to one Willis H. Gilbert, who had no
tice of said sgreement bet ween . the
plaintiff and th. said "
.ld lands are now held a'1 'li
H. Gilbert In trust and subject to the
agreement between this plaintiff and
the saTd Lloyds and that plaintiff re
cover his . cost and disbursements
?'!.. have such other
rrmrwi r hiiii -ass
IN CIRCUIT COURT
urintor travel, which Is constantly In
creasing on the main roads, rulna the
dirt roads,-even with, the best or, care,
fif late years' this' fact has been Kent
erally recognized, and In districta where
gravel is, available, me aisxnc wor
has been used In placing gravel on the
! roads, r,. The limited amounrt or xnis
j character, of work has been confined
to tha worst localities, and Is not gen
eral over-the county. By following
tfei ni an however. for a number pi
wh.i th old man lived tor many
vtt-s. Ainotner reason jt
ihg of Ihe ferdon was the excellent rec
w. whit in ' the army.
IFf Ul UICi I' ' ' , "
Hi was wounded a Bull Run and was
everal times mentioned In, army or
ders for conspicuous gallantry In ac
tioiu '-. ; '' : M
When Beckman was released from
the Penitentiary yesterday, a friend of
the old man met him at the door,, sup-
UR. K. E. JACKSON. VETERINARY
Surgeon and Dentist. All diseases
unimiili treated at my
!wvii - Hi th latent Irntvroved I ..t irrrnt relief ai may M
j uur-i'i ii ' - 1 yurllici l m
methods. ( Diagnosis aaa iamenes I raft and equitable ana in vyi
uate cottrse in this special line In J , Thf summons Is published pursuant
! 1900. 18 years a; Veterinary. Office t rdr ot Hon. R. P. IMae. Judge
(at Sklpton' Jackson a'e rn, 0ftd court, duiy maae
South Commercial street, eajem, ur, on thJs j.th day or Aium v-
inione Red 2011.
GROTtGE C. WILL BRINGS SUIT
AGAINST Z. J. RIGGS FOR A
1 , piano. :' A
years the result Is seen In many long plied him, win money
stretches of well gravelled roads.- ; tltfh. and lh two at once left for Port
After a reference to the work thaf land whence they started last nlRht for
Ytam timr own nnisnru ti . . .. -
(Prom Wednesday's Daily.)
OMr c. Will., plaintiff, vs. Z.
.,..... r irirum a. jonnson, tr
k i i .i ih. nmlniTira it m A into tll ' Vila wtf. de-
Salem: thence- east over State street: Lfendants. Is the title of a new suit filed
thence east over the South Howell I ,m the first department of the State
- 1 rt V.aTTn corner: inenw i nirult ; COUrt lor non , cuuiii;,
north to school' housen inene "r" i piaintin: aueges
over the Fruitland and Asylum avenue J ne gold and delivered to defendants a
road to Salem.
i.fit r.,,ti of this city. Mr. Culver
fvtntlntierf as follows:
in other sections of the couwty the
people have taken bold of the subject j
of good roads In earnest. xne uer-
vaI Good - ROadS ASSOCiauqn juiwu
with the county authorities this spring
and oves: $1000. was spent In that road
district alone in grading, draining and
gravelling the roads, the greater part
man will fcare for" him and make his
declining years as happy and free from
care as It Is possible.
- - iirw-j-rrir"iJ"iri s vaak
. t NOTICE TO-TAXPAYERS. -
! '-Th rtoard of Kauallkatlon for Marion
county,' Oregon, will meet at tne omce
of the county 'clerk on Monaay. Sep
tember 22. 1902, at 9 o'clock a. m.. ana-
will remain in session eacn iuccrwiTr
day for one week. - ' -
All parties Interested are requested
in. onwur ind examine their assess
ment for the year 1902 and have all
o-ir- rr- twl bv said Bard. If any
. . . i .t im lummoni i
August 2 9 2, and the la I. Octo-
bfr10'19?2: oiAY TARPLETT
' Attorneys for Plaintiff.
HONOR M'KIN LEY'S NAME.
COLUMBUS. 0 Sept. f. oovernor . a no corrections can be made
rr.r the adjournment of me saiu
Nash issued hc following proclamation
today: "Next Sunday, September lth. fSoaLtCL
will be the nrst annivemary
tatb of President McKlnley. Many
of this amount having been donated by I churches of all denominations through-
ToUl lenKth df route, Cramer piano for 1290. $50 to be paid on the people who were benefited. The 00t the country have voluntarily start-
. m-m ah linrii Tiaa mi. l . . m 11 n w m w rai nsa vs mbu uvitv s mi mm miivriiiFii s. sBva - - - - -
rtpii very ana iv muuiMu -r peupie v. . - - - ----- - . . m A-.wi n
beginning- on September 1st. PUlntlff JTlarge amount of volunteer work. In vice at their regular place ln
aTleges that he has performed his part one pUce this spring they bulW over remembrance of the late President. 1
the contract, but that defendants one-half mile of permanent fock Toad. desire to call attention to this fac : and
have failed and refused to make any i Fjt large stones were piacea wwn w express ne "
ZLt: .iiea-M that there Is Z-VaWa then covered with crushed people of Ohio Join In this movement.
making It worthy of the splendia nie
and work of the late President.
othr localities have done good work
I have no doubt but whht the people
will continue to assist the court In this
work. Although our road tax is -low,
there Is a noticeable advancement in
Marlon county." v v ;
7 ! W." F. Osburn, earner
i-.ia. nt ihi nostofftce In Salem;
thence through Englewood addition
over Garden road to Chapman'a corner;
rthence north ;to h- Silver ton road;
thence east over the SHvertoo road to
ell -thence south ' ona and one-half Judgmenti against defendants for
tii, wi-j " . iu.,n . .. a r., .at from
miles to a point nar,w ana lnwrrai m k 1 , '"1,"
srctloiT lit thence east tothe residences! tember 1st, and for his costs.
a t. Afc and C. Oraoer; in""
m.uVh Past residence Chas. Janey ana
Chris Andewon: thence west Pa8h
residence of K: Jensen; thence, south
to residence of T. C. James on the Sd.
1. ..i.Prttum road: thence west ort
am4 h alleaes that there I hand. and then covered
1"' " - . . .. .-. ih. I . ' . ,, .n rnne
l - ,a ry in v ns uiB.tut.aaa, si-wa- np t:uuil IW w a w. i
IMW uuc " " , . -IT . Uonf
sum of $60.! He therefore pry i of only w in aomg iu
A Adams' are attorney r iut
HONOR FOR THE KAISER.
NEW YORK. Sept. The Emperor
of Germany and Prince - Henry navel
been 'formally proposed for honorary
Assessor of Marlon County, OreRon
Salem. Oregon, Pf ptember 1. 1902.
tMFRiFPS SALE Of REAL
' By virtue of a n Execution Issued out
of the Honorable Circuit Court 'of the
o . .. . n nrron. for the county or
n ai 51t day of AueuM.
uaav w .
In favor of J. C. Goodale, plaintiff, and
. .. M.r.n.i.nt tar the
against . s. ,
um to two hundred and nine ana
00-100 dollars, gold coin, and Interest
thereon at the rate or 10 per cem ir
annum In like coin from the 12th day
D3 C, GEE VIO
This wonderful fTl
neM doctor la calx
grrat becanse !
cures people wlto
operation that a?e
gjwa up to die. HI
curn . with tbw
herbs, roots, bmls.
lrk and veneUblf.
that are entirely un
known to medical sconce In this country.
Tbrouab the u-e of be h"r
rti .-thl. f.moM doctor know. It.. .rOo.
of over 6W dJfttent remodls hlcn
J!Ir..iitf . In different dines.
iu cusrsntees to cure cstarrli. anthms,
iofcg; throat, rheumatism.- "'rvu.n.
tomacti. liver. klluy. bladder, female
.has hunareus oi wum""
"." 'Vr "J: kh. nos.ultatlon free. Pa.
t Waits out ot the city write forj bUf.lt and
reet. Portlano, wregon. .
ium r. - ,,1"-. . , ,h. lustlcfr court.
Pralum road to ma teraay . ' -s vx.
tix "hnman'8i corner; - xne aaw - I
In Justice Court.
The case of H. t. Trover,
. - m ... 4..Hi1.tl
VS. UOC. JX UCK.rr. ut""-
S. a bal
.. . . t ah tniiui nhoto-
ance anegea i w
THE C. L. FAY CASE
membership In the New York xatnt of April. 1899. and also the cosis oi ana TTrtfl TvTOTltGrGV
r wjh upon tnl. wrlt, I have leviea upu. nT,r Tro r,- "
grphs ItTa atated defendant accepted
spart- of i the photographs ordered and
paW for them. but. the rest he refuse
hev were not rood, and he
X""",.T. " ZiJ ,.tPrv road: thence
west -to postofRce Total length v of
route, 23 miles. ' -' -Itr
Route No. 8. Southcarr er-
Bogir.nlng at the posiomce a" B,,t;"; 7V the balance alleged
rth on Front street and over WM Bued for 2.i5, tne oa""" .
ihe Minion Bottom road pasthe .Poor to auel ,j provea -
Farm and the; Kaiser school houto ant WM J' of
the Mission, i Bottom, school house the case lwa, dismissed on m
'- l'rftfSea; .dfor
siaiion; v- 1 " T. .nnMrM! for plalntui.
- i a i uriin a wa-"- w
' A Trial Today. tjJ
Homer yicklin. anti .S
of thei-eace ----- fcv the
The case wa l ...
riv rhnol house; tnence
hair miu outh . to -i near
e. Jr.:.v -th of Che
at ross the ratiroau back
nrnoka road: thence oaca
to Salem by , way
and Liberty street.
tha BrOOKS rwu
Tat lenxtn w
route, 31 miles.
. ... .... w. : Cox,
. nnatofflce In Salem.
nnvKHXOR LA FOLLETTES PRI
VATE SECRETARY ANSWERS
: GOVERNOR GEER. ?
' ' -
' . From Wednesday's Dally.) J
Gov. T. T, Geer yesterday received a
letter from Jerre C. Murphy, private
Sooretarr to Governor LaFoUette, of
Wisconsin, In. regard to he Fay case.
The text of the letter follows:
-Yocr favor of August 28th. relating
ia requisition for extradition of C. L.
Fay. Is received during the absence ot j
Governor LaFoUette from the state. It
wlir be presented to mm ana wuw
Murw receive hit prompt considera
tion unon his return home, ; proDaoiy
within ten days.
"Meanwhile, In harmony wun you.
suggestion, a letter ha been addressed
riuh and their election probably
occur at next regular meeting, vctooer
MANY LIVES LOST.
; VICTORIA. B. C- Sept. t. Japanese
papers contain telegrams stating that
6000 persona lost their lives by the
overflowing of the West river Ih China.
There was also a heavy loss of prop
erty and life In Formosa by floods, fol
lowed by a ti 341 wave.
A TEXAS WONDER
wilt sell a
PUBLIC AUCTION. .
ON SATURDAY, THE 11TH DAY OF
at 10 o'clock a. m- at the court iiouk
door In Salem. Marlon county and state
of Oregon, all the right, title and inter
est' which the said S. N. Nye. defend
ant, had on or after the 12th day of
April. 1899. In or to the following de
scribed premises, to-wit: .
Beginning at the northeast corner of
tot No. six ( in Capital nomt
the rltvT of Salem.. In Marion
county, and state qi y"r ""J ,V4TTi-it ilfilll.m'. MaMUfaCturrr.
westerly onftne soum ime r V.." " t..w -
f Ol.LVER A COSOER. TtO.
Summer iort Located os -l '-l'''
ilea sorth of Kawort, aqulns By. No
paina wUl be Pr W open lb beat easia
mnn-l en the eoaat , Lota of woo.1 an1 jrf
water iree Uooil lur nuttura at rea..alt.
nutm. ' Lota el acale on the teh "
ru,tnf Brae I. n.lo,.. wlthis 7ads tha
hotal. Room. let a.Ml or rton t.t
keeome rooms i( waai4. Kalea, l 60-r
par weak. . v. ::
Place yur; ohlers . early.
- - vam a Sam ntflrVW D fl V
HALL O UitEiAA- WSV-uw. 1 '" . .. ... i .nil
One nail bolU. of Hair. Greet Die f'.ee, to the east llnef tiT
jorery cures all kidney and bladde. -uVerty on the east line
troubles, remove, gravel, cure, dla !fwid alley flfty-fi -e 55) feeW thence
betes, seminal emission., weak and d"!' " y Kh tD aouth line of
, . . . . . .
iseginnmg i wm Terrl- .cD 8t alleged to have oeen , , 1 auagestlon, a letter ha. been aaareroea
th-nce northeast .along 4 t'Salon of rt defendant', action In Bl.trict Attorney upon whose
torint eod to Brooks : thence easi an byi reason baling of aw vn. t.ad.
tonal road to Brooks; thence by. ne tract foribe baling;
south to Norwood', corneri thence west grVlng the contra -flotBer contra.
two thewce uth and west quantity
O Mara s corner and tne x 7 I i ha work. The deienoam
i - Aaif Protection
demands that you be on the JJJ
wvis , wnen "ZlLm da TOU to
aeaiers will try ' 7 " 4ut
take something else. c'a,medi,ti?r
- tretttnr Painkiller,
its gooa; insisi. u --id's
the remedy which ha. been th world
family doctor for 0 years; It never
fails to stop diarrhoea, rjrrlplna; pana
in the stomach or boweia. r dyent err.
etc. Large bottle. 55 and 50 cents.
MANY SHEEP LOST,
while la'ngT Tbejury to try thl.
the W7? Jterday aid will ap-
tase was " ' " - today for that
pear in court at 10 a. rn. ' are:
purpos .-l"J " Trolsan. A. H. Fay,
rp,n E. M. Crolsan. A. --''
J. Cf- Brown, f - M Branson and A.
r.vid Stelner. H. M. w"""
for the defendant.,
KLINE WINS SEAT-
Rent. . "
IIARRlsm;. -:-.- ' onte8t be-
'rJrr; Henry B. G
application the requisition was Issued,
..tir him to maae a statement
within his knowledge of the facts of
the c&se." .-,--rlr ".' ' ---' '
A Parson'. Noble Act.
t want all the world to know,!
writes RevC J. Budlong. of Ashaway,
r r -what a thoroughly good and re
liable medicine I found ln Electric Bit
ters. Ther cured ma of Jaundice and
liver trouble, that had. caused me great
r . -Report. twieS Congressmanenr,
BepL- Reports and MA.tratlc
lllab i - - -
1 t ass va.AU a.a aa v - a
- . ta r inaL 1 w . m
from timber fire district. - f XHentown, " " n th Thlr-
sheepmen will be heavy lof, nominee, Coner0 1 k,. -
of he bands have scattered "a.0" "nth district. In favor ot air
and of sheep are now right In the, teen
.t- atuaround cure they
thine I ever saw." Electric Bitter, are
Xe sunrise of alitor their wonderful
woViT Uver, Kidney and Stomach
SSublea. Don't fatt to try them. -Only
sTcentt SatlsfacUon U guaranteed by
Dr. Stone', uru pt"'c-
: poltjd NOTiGV-XLTT,
'-M-vTtrfSfCE. Sept. The
truSof HenrJiSeatonand Byron Nixon.'
lame backs, rheumatism and all If
regularities of the kidney, and bladde
In both men - and women, regulate
bladder trouble. In, cblkJienv If no?
old by your druggist, will be sent b
mail on recelrt of XV One amall hot
tie la two month, treatment, and wll
cure any case abova TnenUoned. Dt
B. W Ball, sola manufacturer, T. O
Box. S, St. Loula. Mo. Send for tes
tnonlala. Sold by ail druggists, an, a
OR. S. C. STONE'S drne- anorae. 8.
lem. Orego-. ; : -" f"::
Bandoa. Ora Dev 6. t0L
! Dr. E. W. Hall. St. Louia. M- Vmm
Sir: X have used your Texas W-mdO
fo kidney and rheumatlo trowbW
Its effects are wonderful.. It baa
equal, and I can cheerfully recotn
mead It. " truly.
said Ferry street one hundred forty-
two ,H2) feet to the west line or zta
street, ' thence northerly n the west
lin of said 22d street tifty-flve 55)
feet to the place of beginning, all situ
ate In Capital Home Addition to ; the
city of Salem. Marlon county. Oregon;
together with the tenements, herdlta
mcnts, thereunto belonging or "In any
wise appertaining. Said sale being
made subject to redemption In the
manner provided by law, ' .
Dated at Salem this 9th day of Sep
tember, 1902. t
B. B. COUIAl.V,
Sheriff of Marlon County. Oregon.
Legal Blank.: Statesman Job Oflca
rv THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON. MARION
' COUNTY. ; ; . . ' .
Horace O. McKlnley. Plaintiff. ,
n.nr,. T Lloyd. Willis II. Gilbert
and Clyde D. IJoyt. ueienaanis.
To George L. Lloyd and 'Willis IL Gll-
' ' beit. Jtmdants:.- .Ti,
In the name of the State of Oregon:
You and each of you ar hereby noti-
Kalem Fence Workfc
Phone - - M tt St., Balef.y
General Insurance .
Special attention giren to InxurlnR
Grain, Hop. and Fruit.
Beven OM Reliable Companfes
290 Commercial St. galem, Oregon
Capital Normal School "
c.. f 1 arm rkaonfl rrn Mondav. Bent. 22
la First National Bank BuU.iln.
Full normal and Acauemic cnuwu.
Addres, ; " " :
J. J. Kraps.Prln.
- Balem. tJregon.
- AT CURRENT RATES.
REAL ESTATE. " 1
?2 Commercial -Street, Hnlem. Or.
Legal BUnlia, Statesman Job OKlce.