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Last Weekly Bulletin for the
Season Has Been
. ' i Issued
TUB CONDITIONS THROUGHOUT
THE STATE ARE REPORTED
DRTINO IN ACTIVE PROGRESS
WITH .VALUABLE YIELDS ..
, (Frofrt Wednesday's Dally.) " :,
The last, weekly, crojr and weather
bulletin for the season? has been issued
by the-Oregon section of the Weather
Bureau, at Portland. These bulletins
are issued weekly by. the Department
.of Agriculture during the spring- and
summer, for the benefit f? the farmers,
until such time when the staple crop
. cf the season are safe or harvested;
when thej issuance of the bulletin
ceases. The 'last one'besued, for the
week ending Monday 'evening last.' is
': to hand, and rlts general summary
bhows very . satisfactory conditions
throughout the major portion of the
state. The general summary, of condi
tion, as shown by the bulletin, is as
follows: ; ' .' '- ! :
Thi past week was cool with several
good rains In the Western section of
the state. In the Eastern section the
rainfall was light and badly distribut
ed. . Frosts occurred on several morn
ings, but they did ;,no, injury of conse
quence. . : - ' - -The
grain crop la being rapidly hauled
to the warehouses and it is now prac-l
. tic-ally, all threshed. -Hop picking is
finished and the crop, although lighter
" than exptstted earlier iff the season, is
a good one, and of excellent quality.
Prune drying is in active progress,
with valuable yields, which are gener
ally reported as light.;
1 The rains have started' a new growth
Tjf.gra.sa and fall pasture ia rapidly im
proving. Range stock, as a rule, are
, not in as good condition as usual at
. this season of the year. Potato digging
has begun and Ute tubers, while - nqj
large and generally of good quality; the
yield will be below the average. Late
potatoes have been greatly, benefited
by the recent' rains.' Corn afjd apples
are the principal crops yet to: be. har--
vested, f . . Yf.. ..;
Corn was injured by the frosts of
last week, but this week the weather
was more favorable and; it is probable
very nearly an average crop will b
secured. I More rain is neetVnl for fall
plowing and for fall seeding on summer-fallowed
A Coast District. . ::,.
Trask. Tillamook County, P. Ji Go
bar Jlecent rains have greatly helped
past ore, f No frobt. Late vegetables
growing nicely. ' 'Evergreen blackber
ries are rlocning and ttill.be a large
yield. La to plums and prunes rlpen
Ing. " t - . , . :
Johnson. Lincoln County, O. S7 Far-meW-fr-The
rain last Thursday night
started the grass and helped pastures.
EcKleyi Curry County.; Jos.- Haines
Rain1 Friday cleared away the smoke
and nut a check to the forest fires:
rain came too late to benefit late pota
toes very much.
Goble. Columbia County, Frank ."Write,-;
Week showery and windy; rain
benefited range and potatoes an soft
ened. the ground for plowing: japples
ripening.' good quality, no worms;
' f Vyillamstts Volley.
Auroral ' Marion County, .C.',D. F.
Wll.on ?rops are all under cover, ex
cept potatoes and fruit: prune drying
is in progress; Italian prunes are good
in this vicinity; hop baling la well
along, the crop is weighing light for
the box measure. Flowlng,for fall crops
bt-Kun. Winter apples not picked yet.
Crawfordsvllle. Linn County, C. IL
Anderson Frequent showers during
the week; prune drying In full prog
ress; late cabbage looks well; potatoes
below average; pastures beginning to
start: sotm fall'seeding has been done.
Sherwood. Washington County, J. M.
Crawford We had two fine showers
tnnro needed to revive iur
rwitnre a srood crop of hops of excel
n crr. -
lent quality has een gathered; prune
drying is In active progress. The rain
came too late to benefit late potatoes:
crop will be , below average. No fall
seeding yet. . i ;
I 5 Southern Oreoon.
Kerbyj Josephine County, A. Morri-
on-Orain all threshed; corn ripening:
potatoes r?ady. for; harvesting: range
dry; stock not In as fine order as two
months ago. -
Olendale, Douglas County, Mrs. Fan-
t, xfttiA. Threshlne over and farm-
work about completed for this season;
wheat and other gratnsVbeing shipped
to Portland; frost at night; foggy
mornings: heavy showers all daythe
24 h; smoke cleared and: atmosphere
cool and pleasant; -prune picking In
progress, quality good, -. -
" liuncorn, Jackson County. J. Parks
Corn generally all housed, with the ex
ception of beans; potatoes are srood but
crop is not large; stock looks well;
range very dry. -
Columbia River Valley.
Froewater. Umatilla County, Fred
FreuAlg Fore part of week warm, but
nights cool: harvest and haying com
Pleted; fruit is all harvested. vlth
exception of winter apples, which w 11
soon begin to be picked. Some rain
fell Sunday. , w
Endersley, Wasco County, J. J
Fllgg-The past week has bee t?'
rable for all work; threshlpg Is PcUc
fklly finished, and a large Portion of the
! . .. . ... i mill now-
i, grain is m.inenreuuur - -Mnr
U nearly finished, and the grain, is
coming up well; the ground Is In nne
- condition, owing to two s good rains
.during the last two weeks ; potato atgr
glng is all under wsv and the yield. is
Cood; apples only half a crop.
; iiiosT their lives;
ASTORIA; Sept. 30. WhUe rjing to
desert from the British ship Astraia
last nljht, two members of her- crew
f lost their lives by drowning. The men
were named Ferguson and Hudson re
spectively, and were shipped-in Port
land. Neither of the bodies has been
recovered. The Australia is lying in
the stream, and about 10 o'clock -last
night the men were seen to Jump
overboard. It wss their Intention to
leave the vessel and swim ashore. A
mJ , !unSered ,owerPti at once to
pick up hewien. and when it was be
ine placed In the water one of them
wa seen swimming. - By the time the
boat was got under way. however, both
men had disappeared fronf sight, and
all efforts to get them were futile.-. A
strong ebb tide was running at the
tlme.i-and the water wu bitterly cold.
, Dry Catarrh. ', '
t There can be no tare for dry catarrh
until the dryness is removed, and the
taucous follicles made to discharge
their contents. Use douches of hot
water freely to which has been added
two teaspoonfuls of S. B. Catarrh Cure
to the pint, three times' daily in the
bead until the mucous flows quite free
ly; then twice daily, taking S. B. Ca
tarrh Cure regularly according to di
rections. For sale by ail druggists.
Book on Catarrh free. Address Smith
Bros, Fresno; CaL t ,
. SALE OF HOPS. -PORTLAND,
Sept- 30. Four hundred
bales of Lane county hops - were sold
here today, atl and 22 cents a pound.
TO INCREASE ;
Col. George 0. Yoran of the
Fourth Regiment Nation
PROPOSES A CONTEST FOR A
TROPHY BY THE MARKSMAN OF
THE SEVERAL COMPANIES RI
FLE RANGES TO BE PUT TO AC-
t TIYE USE. - ;
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Col. George O. Yoran, of Eugene, in
command of the Fourth Regiment, Or
egon National Guard, who Inspected
Company F, of this crty, on Monday
evening, left yesterday I afternoon for
,Woodburn, where he inspected the local
company last night. Colonel Yoran I
anxious for his regiment to excel in
marksmanship, and while he Is not de
sirous to make particularly fine !showM
soldiers, he Is anxious to place the en-,
tire organisation in condition to be ef
fectif. If called Into the field for ac
tive duty, and his experience in the
Philippines has taught him. that the
most Important thing in this regard is
good marksmanship.' For this reason
he Is arranging to have rifle practice
In every company in the regiment and
in order tocrea-te Interest : and secure
participation on the part of the enlist
ed, men of the several companies, he
proposes to offer a trophy, to be. con
tested for by teams from each company
in the regiment. .
Colonel Yoran's plan is a particularly
good one, and one that will doubtless
a ppeal to every member of the regi -ments.
He proposes to charge an en
trance fee for the contest, every com
pany paying the fee for the, orgahiza
tion. This money is then to be ex
pended In securing the trophy to be
shot for. Each company will put for
ward a rifle team to shoot for the tro
phy on behalf of the company, the
shooting to be on the Individual com
pany's own rifle range, and competent
and impartial Judges will be provided
at a time appointed by the company for
the shoot. o keep the score"xf the con
test, f This will admit of each com
pany in the regiment puttmg forth its
best, efforts, and participating In the
contest for the trophy art a minimum
ctost. as there will be no expense for
traveling to the scene of the contest,
for, as stated aboveeach company will
do its work on the hoTne-iifle range,
i The plan is mee"tlng with the enthu
siastic support and approval of the
members of the regiment wherever it
has been announced, and Colonel Yoran
is pleased with the outlook, and satis
fied that It will result In bringing the
efficiency of the entire organization to
the highest standard possible. More
officers like Colonel Yoran, who take
jfn interest In the militia and put forth
their best endeavors to Increase the ef
ficiency of the troops, would be of vast
benefit to the military forces of, the
state, and would make the militia, of
Oregon the best in the country. ,
For Infant &nd Children.
fhs Kind Ycu Hat Always BsugM
ADMIRAL CASEY'S TRIP
SWIFT RUN FROM PUGET SOUND
TO PANAMA BY THE BATTLE
' WASHINGTON. Sept. SO. The Navy
Department has received a cablegram
announcing the arrival 5 of Rar Ad
miral Silas Casey.? aboard his flagship
Wisconsin, after almost unequalled run
down the Pacific Coast of 3.27 miles In
thirteen days. Rear Admiral Casey
will assume general command of the
American Naval forces pa the Jsthms.
"NOTHING SUCCEfi SUCCESS.
The Oregon Tin Relief Asaoclatlon
has been a sncces ever since It began
business in Jaifuary, 185, and Is now
growing faster than ever before.
Ita annual import of December II
1901, shows a net gain In amount of In
surance In fOTce of $2.2S.7S7, which U
SO per cent more than the netxain of
any previous year. It p-ld MS los.
daring the year amounting to $23.e&6
It is ttricay a mutual lnsUtutiot
which furnishes the best of
Fire Insurarwe aCost.
For further particulars, address A. C
Chandler, secretary. McMlnnvllle, Or
econ. or If you reside in Marion count
S on o address 1L A. Johnsor
parent) Salem. Oregon-
LORD HOPE'S DRORCE.
LONDON. Oct.! l.-Th divorce de
cref obOtined March 21 by Lord Franc!
hIp ainst May Yohe was made ab
solute this morning- i
iLegal Blanks: Statesman Job Omc
" Legal Blanks, Statesman Job Office.
tTEESXY -QTlEgOy BTTIiaJI. FRIDAY, OCTOBER" 5.
For the United States Senat
orship Has Been -
IN A LETTER TO MEMBERS " OF
v THE OREGON LEOISLATURe'mR.
CjEER EXPLAINS HIS CANDIDACY
AND MAKES A "Bid HIT."
: ' (From Wednesday's Dally.)
Gov. T. T. Geer has Issued a circular
letter to members of the Legislative
Assembly, calling attention to his can
didacy for the Unwed States Senator
ship, and giving In detail the steps thai
were taken to the present time to make
him the candidate. He shows that the
Maya law for voting for candidates for
he. United States Senatorshlp, was
complied with in every respect," and
that the vote, taken" under that act.
resulted in hi overwhelming nomina
tion by the people, as against the only
opponent appearing on the ticket h
Democratic candidate. He shows plain
ly that his course was in due compli
ance with law. that he was endorsed!
by the people, and discusses at length
the flings of his opponents, which
have been directed toward him. " V
A portion of he letter Issued by the
Governor was published in the Oregon
la n of yesterday, preceded by nearly
two columns of a pretended analysis
and fault-finding. But the last end of
the letter is not there. In it the Gov
ernor sums up conditions as they are;
as follows: . . . .. I
"Every question involved in the prl-i
mary contest tin the spring, in the
State Convention later, arid in the cam-:
palgn following, including my relation
to it what I did or did not do, was
passed upon by the individual voters of
the state on election day and certainly
should be binding on each of their rep
resentatives. With due respect, allow
me to suggest that perhaps in no state
In the Union for a hundred years can
another instance be found where any
man has assumed the right to 'inter
pret" or "construe" what the people
meant when they expressed themselves
at the ballot box. What individual has
the right to sit in judgment on the
deliberate expression of -45.000 of hta t
icuows ana to say mat they intended
this or that, as his own interests or
.o . .
he has such right, where did he get ltM,
"There is scarcely .a Republican
county in the state that did not this
year electone or more Democrats to
important, positions, 'if ther should be
any man who thinks so disrespectfully
of the people as to assume that they
yoted for me when thev did not 'wan
name twas on the ticket" that Is J
say, "mechanically" It is quite pertl
nnt to Inquire why the same listless--ness
or Incompetency did not lead them
to elect every man on the Republican
ticket all the, way down? Or, were
they asleep When they voted a part of
the state and pounty tickets and very
much awake when they voted other
parts, and In their confusion let Demo
cratic sheriffs and clerks In without
knowing what they were doing? ' ;
, f'Such Impeachment of the intelli
gence of the people ( is not at all credit
able and I feel sure you have no sym
pathy with the suggestion, proposed In
some quarters, to carry out plans,
promises and pledges made when it was
not known. that an opportunity would
be given the' people to y vote on the
proposition of the Senatorshlp, square
ly, where they had the rlgt, and: ex
ere I sod it freely, to extend or withhold
endorsement af their judgment - dic
tated. It. is necessary sometimes, for
the courts to construe the laws. ? but
herte Irf a case where a dosen men pro
pose to Interpret the result of a refer
endum to the people and set it aside;
do you think any representative of the
people can safely undertake to be a
party to such a procedure? The voice
cf-the people, where they have had an
Opportunity to speak, should be heard
and heeded In all cases."
INJURED AT FOOTBALL.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Sept. SO. Dur
ing the football practice of the Yale
team today, Harry Rockwelt, of Port
land, Oregon, substitute quarterback,
received serious Injuries, and he will be
unable to play again this season. '
Is sure fo
flj'j Creain Balm
5frrs Relief at snce.
It elsDes. roothea
n4 heal tt diseued
acabnuM. It rare
rvk A ilrtvM
I AY FEVER
t m. eMd in tbe hw4 lalckly. It lshsorbe4
deals ana rroiecis wbb". : :
h seniles ef taste -ml smell. Fsli sise 0e., at
Druirt r by msil ; Trial Sire Oc, bv BMiU
SbLY BROTHKK8, M Wff . isw T
;s. C. STONE, PUD.
ATONE S DRUG STORES
The stores (two la number) are lo
ated'at No. 233 and 297 Commercial
treet. and are well stocked with s
mnplete line of drugs and medicines
llet articles, perfumery, brushes, etc
DR. STONE. '
las had some 2S years' experience b
ne practice of medlcrae ' and aov
lakes no charge for consultation, ex
mi nation or prescription.
He does a cash business. lie neltnei
uys on Ume nor sells on time. Ledg
rs. Journ-ils. day-books, bookkeepers
illl collectors, and all the modern para
hernalia of credit drug stores, are nn
n0wn in his business.' henos a ful
jteck and correct prices. -
America's Famous Bsauttes ; -
Look with horror on Skjn Eruptions.
Blotches, Sores, Pimples. They wont
have them, nor will any one, who uses
Backlen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies
the face. Eczema or Salt Rheum van
ish before It. It cures sore Hps, chap
ped : hands, chilblains. Infallible for
Piles. 25c at Dr. Stone's Drug Sstofes.
CONVICTS PLANNED ESCAPE.
PUEBLO. Colo,, Oct. l.A special to
hes.Chieftaln from Canyon City says:
It has leaked out here thM a break for
liberty of convicts In tne State Peniten
tiary was nipped in the bud - Sunday
night by the prison officials. Almost
all of the life-time and long-sentence
prisoners had planned to overpower the
guaras and escape, but the plan was
told to the officials by one of their num
ber. A number of revolvers and a
quantity of citizens clothes were dis
The iris Of the eye is rarely of one
color, but commonly mottled with
black blue,-orange. 1 yellow, gray or all
" - - ' " j ''l.-'' ' ' i '.:;i'.J'
Receives the Loyal Support of
the Methodist Con- .
PRESIDING ELDER D. A. WATTERS
AND REV. DR. JOHN PARSONS
RETURNED TO THEIR SALEM
CHARGES . SENATOR BOOTH'S
GIFT TO "OLD WILLAMETTE."
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
The Oregon Conference of the Meth
odist church at Grants Pass 'has ad
journed, and the Salem members of that
church, who attended:', the sessions.
came back delighted with their ex perl
ence and the results attained. In the
first place. Rev. D. A. Watters was re
appointed Presiding Elder for the Sa
lem District, and Rev. Dr.. John Par
sons was reappointed pastor of the
First M. E. church. What delighted
the Salem people more than anything
else, however, was the spirit Of loyalty
shown by the Conference to the Will
amette University. By unanimous vpte
the members of the Conference pledged
their support to this pionees educa
tionfll Institution, and tendered their
assistance in raising the funds neces
sary to pay off the debt. president
John IX. Coleman was given a cordial
welcome to the Conference, and Sunday
I - - .iit . a . f .. t .
1 . " Vw
1 dress before the members of the Con-
The ministers agreed to invite Presi
dent Coleman to each of their pulpits
ft during the year, and to permit collec-
T tionsTto be taken for the University.
WlthV this assistance President Cole-
fman is satisfied the debt 'will be paid
Iby January 1st. w
Suthscrlptioifs were hot asked for at
- taM w wejhrt
Senator R. A. Booth, of Eugene, who
contributed 110.000 to the Willamette
universnv eniowmeni runa. ana iiuuu
towarb paying off he debt of the Instl 1
tutlon. ,Thls sum was gratefully re
ceived, and the management ' of , the
University Is hlghjy pleased with the
result of the Conference.
The Conference appointments for the
year. In the Salem District, are shown
below: . -
D. A. WaMers Presiding elder.
Salem First church, John Parsons;
Leslie Church W. R. Gordon.
Beaverton S. fl. Lee.
Brooks J. M. Sweeney. ,
Canby Andrew Monroe.
Clackamas S. W. Potter.
Cornelius P. 8. Clemo.
Dayton R. E. Dunlap.
DHIey Israel Putnam.
Forest Grove S. F. Belknap.
Hillsboro T. II. Fertig.
Sellwood-j-C. A. Lewis.
" SI 1 vert on L. II. Pederson. j
Tillamook Gabriel Sykes. .-e-V
Viola TO be supplied. . . . , .
Woodburh S. IX. Greenlee.
F. H. Brown, superintendent, of
Stickney Indian Mission Home and
member sf Salem First Church Quar
Lincoln R. C. Black well.. .
McMlnnvllle K. T. Atkinson.
. Nebalem and Bay City Walford
Newberg 'Hiram Gould.
North Yamhill R. H. Leech. .
Oregon CKy W. ft. Xim.
Oswego A, C Fairchlld.
A TEXAS WOMDER
HALL'8 GREAT DISCOVERT.
On small bottle of Hall's Great Dl
eovery cares, all kidney and bladder
troubles, remove gravel, cures dla
betes, seminal emissions, weak and
lame backs, rheumatism and ' all -ir
regularities of the kidneys and 'bladder
In both men ' and women, , regulates
bladder troubles fa children. If sol
old by your druggist, will be sent by
anal! on receipt of SL One small hot
tie Is two month's treatment, and will
rare any ease sbove mentioned. Dr
&. W. HalL sole manufacturer, P. O
Sox. C39. St. Louis, Mo. Send for test!
nonlala Bold hy all drurglits, an a
OR. 8. C STONE'S drur atorer, 8
Bandon, Ore., De. S. td. "
Dr. E. W. Jftalt St Louis, Mv Dea
r: 1 haVeosd your Texas Wond
for kidney Vand rheumatic troves
its effects are wonderful. It has s
uuaL and I oaa cheerfully recoat
nend It "urs truly, -. '"1
HE WOULD SETTLE.
COLORADO SPRINGS. Sept. SO: L
Harry Stratton has offered to with
draw the contest of his father's will
for Sl.000.009. ' '
SANTA CLAITS TRUST.
PAWTIICKET, R. L. Oct. l.A pro
posed . combine ; of forty concerns
throughout the country engaged In the
manufacture of toys, games andViovel
ties. Is to be Joined by a large manu
facturing company Of this city. ; - The
combination Is understood to involve a
capitalization of from $7,000,000 to $10.
9O0,a. ;, '-.----;-.
To dream of unbroken eg?s signifies
trouble to come; If the eggs are broken
the trouble la past.
The Statesmaa Pub. Co. has on hand
several hundred copies of the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. JThe price is W cents
each as long as they last.
WANTED 25 XR 30 GOATS . ON
shares. Good range. Address J. M.
O'Neil. Salem. Route 8.
HOPS FOR SALE ABOUT 4.00s
y&Txia of hop cloth in quantities to
suit, at cost price. Call at F. Levy's.
KREBS BROS, HOP DEALERS OF
i fioe InpEckerlen. building. Commercial
street;' SaJem. Or. .. Phone. Main 1SCL
LHJENTHAL BROS, HOP MERCH
ants, II. J. Ottenhelmer, manager.
. offic N. E. corner Commercial and
State streets (upstairs); phone Main
I WANT TO BUY LIVE HOGS AND
Piss, also ducks, spring chickens, and
hens. I will pay the hlgnest cash
. price for same. Quong Hlng. Lib
erty street, Salem, Or.
REPORT CARDS Our school report
cards are printed to fit the school
register. The prices are: Twelve
cards for 10 cents; twenty-five for 20
cents; one hundred tor ji cents.
. Statesman Publishing CV SoJem.
Ore. ' - -.. . .
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and cJty roperty at f per cent
, per annum; no commissions? Please
call on or address Eugene Breyman.
Remember the place, 270 Commer
cial street, one door north of States
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. Klshtlinger,
Phone 2933. 208 Liberty St.
ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE.
KSTAULISllKIi IS lao. Only com
jtfete oet of abstract books In Marlon
county, Oregon. Concerning titles
consult us. Salem Abstract at
Land Co., Salem, Oregon, i F. W
'Waters, Secretary and Manager.
OSTEOPATHY DRS. WYCKOFF &
ALBRIGHT Twenty months gradu
ates of the American Scholl of Osteo
pathy and A T. Still Infirmary. Dr,
Wyckoff Is the only gentleman gra
uate of osteopathy In Salem. Prac
tice established in Salem since '189?
Hours 9 to 4. Phone Main 2721, Odd
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. .
DR. A. E. TAMIEIE, THYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Rooms 1 and 2, Mc
Corn:k, Block, Salem, Oregon. Con
sultation French and English. Calls
answered promptly day or night
Hours lOto 12. s2 to S, and 7 to 0.
Phojfe Red 2163. e ' - J-
DR. E. E. JACKSON, VETERINARY
Surgeon and .Dentist. All disease
. of domestic "animals .treated at mj
hospital by the latest 'improved
methods. Diagnosis and lameness s
specialty, having taken a post-graduate
course In this special line' In
. 100. 18 years a Veterinary. Offlc
at Skip ton & Jackson Sale Barn.
. South Commercial street, Salem, Or
Phone Red 2011.
NOTICE CF, FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To all K horn it may concern: -
Ntdfre is hereby given that the un
dersigned has filed her final account of
the estate ofMary Cosgrove. defeased,
and that the county court for Marion
county, Oregon, has set the same for
hearing on Saturday, the 25th day of
October, 102, at 11 o'clock a. m. of
said day at the court room of said court
in the county court house at the city
of, Salem, In Marlon i county, Oregon,
and that said final account and any
objections thereto wilt be passed uton
by the said court at said time and
place. -. ' '' 1
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this Septem
ber 2, 1902.
V '. SUSAN G. C03ROVE.
. 3 ,- Administratrix.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Pursuant to an execution Issued out
of the circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Marion county, of date Sep
tember 2, 1902. upon a judgment-and
decree of foreciosjjre duly rendered. In
raid Court, on Septemoer 23 1902, In
the case of the Investors' &rtgsge Se
curity company limited, plaintiff, vs.
Esther R. Miles. Truden e MHm, Abble
Edwards and C. 3. Edar?s. hr hus
band, Dora Goelts and Ixtuls tlwits.
her husband, Anna Ahlgren siid
Ahlgren. her husband. Laurem-e loirer
and . Slover, his wife, defendants.
I will at 19 o'ejtock In the forenoon on
SATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF
at the front dodr of the Curt House
In Silem. Oregon. sell Ikt public
auction to the highest bidder, cash In
hand subject to redemption, the prem
ises In said decree of foreclosure, de
scribed, being In Marlon county. State
of Oregon, to-wit: ' - y:
The south half VO of the northwest
quarter (14). snd the north half 4)
of the southwest quarter (14) of section
twenty-two (22), and the north half ()
of the northeast quarter (4) of the
northeast -quarter () and the south
ast quarter (4) of the northeast quar
ter (4 of the northeast quarter (J).
and the south half (H) of the southeast
quarter (14 of the northeast quarter
and the northeast quarter () of
the southeast quarter l4) of the north
east quarter (4 of sec tion twenty-one
(21). all In township sevt-n (7) south of
range two (2) east of the Willamette
Meridian, containing two hundred snd
twenty (220) acres, more or less, to
gether with ; the tenements, heredita-
nents snd snpurtenance thereunto
belonging or in anywise; appertaining
to satisfy , the sum of neven hundred
and forty-three and 33-100 ($743.23) dol
lars with Interest thereojn at the rate
of S per cent per annum.fi.om the 29th
liny VI 1 1 1,1 . m .... u n mi i j
. .e evA.t. i art m e. k ..
sum of forty-six and 1-100 t$t.1) do!-!
Urs with Interest thereon at the rate
of 10 er cent . ner annum, from the
same date, and the further sum of one
hundred ttlOO.OO) dollars, with Interest
thereon at the rate or 6-per inn i'
annum from the same date, tosseibrr
with the further sum of thirty- Uht
and 80-100 $3S.S5) dollars the costs and
disbursements of said suit atul the
costs of and upon sakl writ. .'
lotted CH-touee 3. IW..
11. It CO LB AT 1 1.
Sheriff of Marion County. Ortfn.
03, C. GEE V0
This wonderful rTii
bm doctor is callee
. . lu
P 1 SET I vurtss pe-u-te without
gtvee up tt lte. lis
cures wlih th.v
herts, roots, - bihts,
bark and wretkbtes,
that are entirely "-
kaowa to snedloal science In thta country.
Throusrh the una of these hirnlMi run
vltea. this famous doctor knowa tb acOoS
uf over Sua different remedies which ha
suecesaCally uses la different diMase.
Hs guarantee to enre catarrh, anthms,
lung, throat, rheomatlsm. srvouweaa,
tumach, liver, kidney, bladder. - ferns la
trouble, htat manhood, all private dlvaes;
haa hundreds of tesUmoniais. CUarss
Call and see b!m,Consultatlon free. pa
tjenia out of th city write fir blank anl
clrcolnr. .Kndose stamp. Addret-Th O.
Km W Cttuei Medicine Co.. I CH Thlra
street. Portlsad. Oregon.
The Hotel Monterey
COLLVER CONGER, Prop.
Summer Racort. Located on and nns-hal
mile north of Nawport, Yatjiilna By. No
pales will be apaxad U opt-n Ibe bet ramp
gronnd en tlie roul. : toui ot ruot and gxd
eater Ires, t'iood norxS pavlnre at reniiM
ratea. lxt of acute ou the erh IhmmI irt
hathiag Beach tain In within 'JSfl rsrO l the
holcb Room lAielnnsis or lon' Hoie
feeptnr ro..nlt anted. Kates, II 60 per t
ti per week. -. '
'Ca"f Load of Fencing
Direct fnrtiv- factorjr at BPKCI A h
nrlct-a. Car will arrlvealsmt Oct. 2tM li.
Place your tmler : sHin to stcure Jow
price. I." ,
9alm Fence Works. : i 9 Suits street.
. - I i - - - ,. - -
L. T.L Ziirli
Spei-ial "attention Kiven to injuring .
(Train,-liojm ami Fruit. ,
' Seven Old IltllaUe Compnnles
290 Commercial St, Salem, Oregon
Capital Normal School
Kali term ojieiis on Monday, H'it. 22
in Firnt National Hank lluilding.
Full normal und Acatlciuio courwti
J. J. Krans, Prln.
Balcm, Oregon, -f
AT CURRENT RATF.S.
, BONDS. v
. BOZORTII BROS.
292 Commercial Street. Salem, Or.
We have enlarpeI our stock' of
China. Give us a call.
THE VARIETY STORE,
H Court Pt. 4I Asnora M. Welcb, ITc'
Salem Iron Works
II.M. EDGAR, Man.
All KiikIs of MachineWork, Cnst
i Hop ami Fruit Drier Stoves '
In Every Print
Shop There Is
god besides him. we have to pnj
SKforce of over 40 men, who are
employed In the several depart
ments 'of, our esUbJIihment In
printing of tiioai kinds. Every
thing printed here, from call
ing csrd to a newspaper. Will
yod become one of our patrons
sod help to promote home tnado-'
OFFICE mitt 2041
CALL AND EXAMINE f
A Standard Kevlrard, Tyfe-1 ar
achhie. Good lifahlfoldpr. I.fwhf
Touch. Eizhty-otie charscter. Wil
answer requirements of af(x niachiu .
V. V. LOCKWfX)!).
ELLISOX A Kl-YtESWLL, Uk.i a gt..
ea agts., tene, Oregon, Kaleia, Or