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TB E COUNTY
Some Road Hatters Disposed
of at Yesterday's
. , i Session .
A RESIDENT OF SIMPSON'S ADDI
TION IS ORDERED TO REMOVE
HIS FENCE FROM THE LJLEY
BACK OP HIS PRMISKS-1-BILLS
AUDITED AND ALLOWED.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
The, Marlon county court continued
its season yesterday, and disposed of
a large quantity of routine business.
Road matters were discussed and act
ed uponand a number of bills allowed,
when the -court adjourned to Monday at
Um, as Judge Scott is compelled to
go to Portland today. t ' '-
In the matter of ; he " removal of
fences from an alley in Simpson's ad
dition to Salem, rt was found that Geo.
Zwicker. owner of lot 7. In block G, in
Simpson's addition to Salem, has mov
ed his fence into the aHey along the
-west side of the lot, and the.. county
roadmaster was directed to order the
supervisor of road district Hoi 20, to
serve a notice on George Zwicker to
remove the fence within ten days'" and
the roadmaster was instructed to order
the supervisor to remove the fence at
the expiration oC thai time.
In the road petitioned for by T. B.
Jones M al, in Mission Bottom, view
ers were appointed to meet on October
-10th, to view the road. Those appoint
ed were: Frank Davey. F. X. Morlsan,
V. J. Culver. .
It was ordered that the collection of
the penalty on taxes, on lots 5 and 6,
in block No. CO, in Salem, assessed to
Duncan Ross In 1901. be waived.
The tUIs allowed by the . court, on
the several accounts, were:
1 : Claimed. Allowed.
B. B. Col bath 5.00 ; S 5.00
V. J. Culver ........ v 4.00
C. I. IKkwood 37.50"
E. T. Moorea ........ .. 9.h0
It. E. Moores & Co;..,.. 7.51
Mutual Label & Litho.
Co. ........ .... ..- 14.00
I. C. Needham" .. .50
Pae. States! Tfel. & Tel
Co. 1..... ...... 8.00
- Patton Bros .. 22.50
. G. F. Rodger & Co .... 74.00
-Jr V. Itoland .. 5.00
W. Y. Richardson ...... 1.32
Salem Sentinel 4.00
J. I. ScottJ 2.60
J. C Siegmund ...... ;.. 4.00 -
HtaUsman Job Office' ... 29.25
Court House Expense.
Oa p. Jtce . Works ........$ 2.60
a Portland Wire & Fence
Gray "Broa.f ...... ...... 4.50
O. Hanson ...
'.- L. Raveaux .
. ...... 8.50
G. F, Rodgers .... ...... 83.25
Kalem L P. &. T. ...Co. .40.00
Salfm W'ater Co. .... 50.30
Assessment and Taxation.
Aurora Hot talis ...... ..
Hpfer' Brosi ...... ..
J. H. McNary ....
State of Oregon ....
J. Judah ........I
' 2. 80
;J. JuTdah ......
: W. Gibson .,
. 2. SO
J. II. Lewlar.
1. ta ey ..... "
Wesley Bass ....
M. McLoughlin .... ....
D. Bass ..I
Sj C. Bass
: Nat Bass .... .
I. Brown J...
E. D. Morgan v,
J. H. Lewis
E. D. HoVgan ..
J. H. Lewis
E. D. Morgan r;
E. D. Horgan . ..'
K. L. Horgan .
J. H. Lewis ......
John Farrar .. ..
Harritt Frank ....
"V. Kineman ......
E. Hawleyj.... ....
E; D. Horgan
J. 11. Lewis ...... .
I. Logan ....
John Mohn ........
Kd. Catterlin .....
Win. Diedrick ....
W. F. iBrund ridge
E D. Horgan:
H. Eoff l... ...
3:d. Pierce J..:. ..'... 5.00
J. II. Lewim .. ;
.' Arim Beach . .
W. L. Toose
C. F. Whitman
Thos. 'Mitchell .
F. Stokes L-M
F. Prevost . . ..
C. A O'Leary .
ill S3 Boynton .
. j Poor Account.
M. M. High 8-w
Stlem Hospital ... 20.00
A. E. Tamlesle .... ..... 40.00
Coroner's Account, f
Jl. A. Snyders .... 7-?s
J. F. T. B.) Brentano ....$ 4.40
F. E. Osborne .. . .. . 4.20
t i Stock Inspector.
D. Keeter I
h i Jail Account. .
B. Col bath -40
1 Tax Rebate.
. ... 5.00
W. Corby ....
i C. Hamer ... ......
Hofer Bros ...I
Hofer Bros. .... .........
tegl Blanks.-statesman Job' Office,
island expects to benefit
greatly by , , it lobster
fisheries make less - f
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. Sir Cavendish1
Boyle. Governor of Newfoundland, has
arrived here on his way to England!
He la going there on a personal visit
partly, but largely to discuss' with
members of the. British Government
the political conditions of Newfound
land. Newfoundland expects, he said,
to derive great benefit from the reci
procity treaty which It is hoped the
Premier. Sir Robert Bond.: now here,
will succeed in negotiating with the
United States. " '
JThere Is much less friction, than for
merly along- the French shore.', he
said, '.'the French officers now in New
foundland waters being very reason
able and prompted evidently in what
they do by real purpose to avoid
annoyance. But of course the restric
tions Imposed upon the people of New
foundland by the terms of ; the treaty
which limit the number of lobster fac
tories, restrict the fisheries, etc.. con
stitute a great drawback to the people
of the island." ,tl -
A Bid of Twenty-Five Cents
Made by T. A. Liyesley
BID WAS NOT ACCEPTED BY THE
GROWERS SEVERAL SMALL
LOTS HAVE BEEN SOLD RE
CENTLY STORING HOPS IN sA-
' LEM. ' . - ' - .
' (From Saturday's Daily.)
; ,The hop market is firm and strong
and dealers are bringing in many sam
ples, from those growers who have fin
ished baling their product. The market
quotations are from 21 to 23 cents, and
afew small lots are moving at those
figures. The record thus far made Is
Lby T,' A. Llvesley who yesterday made
a bid of 25- cents a pound for a lot of
90 balesofhops belonging to Dr. Fink,
at Dallas. The grower in this case de
clined the offer, as he proposes to hold
for higher prices. - 4 ,
'.. Walker Brothers. at Independence,
Were yesterday also offered 23 cents a
pound for their 1902 growth, a large
quantity, but they declined the bid.
Louis Lachmund, of the Paul R. G.
Horst & Lachmund Company a few
days ago, bought theeroR of Robert
Hayes, at Cress-well, th0"prlcepatd be
ing given' at 20 cerits. After the deal
was made Mr. Hayes, pleased with his
transaction, presented Mr. Lachmund
with a. fine trotting horse, and .that
gentleman now sports a 2:20 stepper. .
Kola Neis says he bought a large lot
of hops fronv another grower a few
days ago, paying 22 cerrts therefor, buf
his grower forgot the little matter of
throwing in a fast horse. ;
: Dealers holding contracts are begin
ning to take in their t contract hops.
Some of the larger growers are hauling
their hops -to this city for storage at
the Southern Pacific warehouse.
The Producers Price Current of New
York, issued by the Valentine Loewl's
Sons Company, in discussing the hop
market under date of last Saturday,
says: . " : . ' -
r ' Bales.
Receipts for week 819
Receipts from Sept. 11...... ...... 2,260
Exports to Europe for week .
Exports from Sept. 1 ........ .
Imports for" week
Imports from Sept. ! .
It is still a rather perplexing situa
tion, and until stock begins to arrive
more freely there will Toe much uncer
tainty as to the course of the market.
At present brewers are showing less
interest tn the "domestic stock .than
might be supposedi ln view of the ap
parently strong conditions elsewhere
but some of them have contracts al
ready In hand for considerable of the
new crop, and they are securing a fair
auantlty of German hop rather than
pay the full rate; asked ; for state.
Dealers are hesitating to ,ouy ai an
largely until the situation is a little
clearer. On such sales as are making
uhntit the flirurea . auoted Are realized.
Isome of the first! arrivals of German
hops came In on Thursday, and deliv
eries will be made from now on: the
prices asked from brewers trade are
fron-33c for good quality up to 38c for
choice. Late cables from Germany re
port active buying-and market firm
Unfavorable weather Is again reported
in England and estimates of the crop
are being reduced; ,320.000 to -325.000
cwts. are -given as the maximum, and
the yield may not be over 300,000 cwts.
Quotations in London run from 100s to
160 s as to quality, etc. Advices from
this state indicate, much indifference
on : the part of growers as to whether
they sell now or hold for a later mar
ket; the crop is so small that farmers
ask 30c or more. Growers oh the Pa
cific Coast are also very firm.
State. 1902. per U 30 32
State 1901. choice, per lb ..... ..26 27
State. 1901, "prhne ...... .24 25
State. 1901,' lower grades.. .. ..21 f 23
State. 1900. choice, per lb 18 19
State. 1900. lower grades ......14 17
Pacific Coast. 1901. choice, lb.. 25 26
Pacific Coast. 1901. prime ,i....2324
Pacific Coast, 1901. low grades 21 23
Pacific Coast. 1900. choice. Ib... .18 18
Pacific Coast. 190 low grades 14 17
State & Pacific; Coast, older .r
' growths .......... 10
'' FRUIT TO CHICAGO
PRIZE WINNERS AT WAIXA WAL
L TO BE USED BY THE MAR
RIMAN LINES.5', '' .
WALLA WAIJUA. Wash, Oct.
The prise winning displays from the
Walla Walla Valley Fruit Fair were
shipped today to Chicago, where they
will become part of th Immigration
bureau's display for the Harrimsn rail
roal linea Experts say the display Is
the finest small collection of fruit ever
seen 1 nthe East.
WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1302.
! V . I ' ii- ; : i ' 'LJ-
Will of the Late Mrs. Marga--
rete Loreridge in Pro
SHE LEAVES HER PROPERTY TO
HER HUSBAND FOR USE DURING
HIS.' LIFE MRS. BU FORD'S ES
' TATE GOES TO HER BROTHERS
AND SISTERS. '
r (From Saturday's Dally.)
In ,the probate court yesterday, the
last will and testament of the late
Margarete Loreridge, who died la
Woodburn, Marion county, on Septem
ber 18, 1902, was filed for probate, and
on petition of William Lpveridge. h
was appointed administrator with the
will annexted. Deaeased left an estate
In Marion county, consisting '. of real
and personal property .valued at J 4 000.
The heirs to the estate are: ; i
Carl Ross Thompson, son by a de
ceased husband, aged 23 years, resid
ing at Woodburn. j. 1 - V "?
William Loverldge, husband. 66,
Woodburn. - ;- i. ,t
The Will prescribes that the debts of
deceased shall be paid; and the husband
shall, thereafter, have complete control
of the estate until his death, after
which Carl Ross Thompson shall re
ceive 31000, and the remainder shall be
divided equally between .Carl Ross
Thompson and the stepdaughter of de
ceased, Ethel MSy Love ridge. '
The petitioner, husband of deceased,
was appointedr administrator -with the
will annexed, as the will named no exe
cutor, and. his "bonds were fixed at
$8000. He furnished the bond and on
its approval, "W..E. FlriserR. II. Scott
and- Stephen Korb were appointed ap
praisers of the estate.
Upon the petition of Clara L. Slack,
the estate of the late Mrs. Sarah A.
Buford was also admitted to probate.
The estate consists of a houne and lot
tn Salem, two pianos and some house
hold effects. valuedat $500. The only
heirs to the estate, are brothers and
sisters as follows:
Clara L. Slack, aged 57 years. Sum
merville. Oregon. ...
: Mrs. James B, Noble, aged 54, Aso
Mrs. Mary M. Pearson, aged 48. Kel
terton, Iowa. f
Mrs. S. Windell, ' aged 50, Blair, Ne
braska. .William IL Noble, aged 65, Slnnett,
Oklahoma. :- -"v - - ,
G. L Noble, aged 62. Mt. Ayr, Iowa.
N. E. Noble, aged 59, Sinnett, Okla
homa. Upon the petition of Mrs. Slack, Z. J.
Imus. of Dundee, Oregon, was appoint'
ed administrator, with the bond fixed
at; $1200. .
ASKS FOR THOUSANDS
MAJOR "HALFORD WANTS' A $200,
000 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING AND
CHURCHES IN MANILA
': (From Saturday's Dally.)
'Major Elijah W. Halford, U. S. A.,
who has lived in Manila two years,
and formerly secretary to President
Harrison, and is conversant with the
conditions of tfie Islands and their
needs,' asks American philanthropists
for $200,000 for a Young Men's Chris
tian Association for Manila, and sa
it would do. more to Americanize the
city in a proper way. and have a
greater influence on those islands than
any one single thing. He says that a
well - kept Association building would
be the best Investment that could pos
sibly be made, not only from a relig
ious and moral, but from a civil and
political view as well. In his Judgment
its erectionis an Imperative duty con
fronting the people of. America. The
building xhould occupy an" entire block
of rround and be constructed in a way
suitable to a tropical climate, with a
large central court and fountains. The
building should have departments for
sailors and soldiers, .and should also
provide not only for Filipino young
men, tut for the 10,000 English speak
ing young men In the Islands, allNjDf
whom pass through Manila, and most
Of them live there. He says, "America
is Judged and often misjudged by its
representatives in every department of
business: - The Christian churches,
with the exception of the Episcopal
churchf, have .not adequately repre
sented Christian enterprise. The Epis
copal church has sent a bishop with
money to put up a church and home
and school at once that in a Respect
able way -represent American thought
and Christianity." He represents that
Americans have. In the four years of
their occupancy, erected only one
structure for ,rrellgious purposes, and
that from money raised locally. The
rhissionarles are in accord with his
appeal. The English speaking young
men there away from home and sur
rounded with the fiercest environment
need the conserving and helpful in
fluence of a Toung Men's Christian As
sociation as well as the increasina
body of eligible Filtolnos who need to
be trained In American civilisation
and the Protestant faith and practice.
"A million dollars given now woulf do
more for the country and Christianity
in. Manila than five million anywhere
else five years hence."- The Interna
tional Committee of Young Men's
Christian Associations has been for
four years conducting a large work
for soldiers In .Manila, and has many
English speaking young men in even
ing classes preparing for Government
and civil positions, and makes the
temporary rooms popular headquarters
for English speaking young men In
the islands. The-.committee feels the
need of an adequate building, and 1
work that shall properly represent the
rnterest of .America In Manila and-In
its young men. ,The -Toung Men's
Christian Association .has organisa
tions established at many leading
rl ties In the Orient. Mr. John Wan -maker
has given a Jwilding , costing
torn $3.0 for the Boys Department
alone at Calcutta. He gave $40,000 for
he building at Madras several years
igo and the Government made a Urge
appropriation for the site. Mrs. ; J
Livingston Taylor gave a buildinc for
the Association at Tlen-Tsin, ' Chtns.
The Government at Colombo, Ceylon.
has set aside a valuable lot In the cerv-.
tral -part of the city for a building,
and money is now being raised for aa
Association building there. "The Ypun
Men's Christian Association raises an
nually $80,009 fo. foreign Association
work, and would back a work at
Manila and Havana aa well. If build
ings could be provided, "
ANOTHER FIERCE STORM
INTERFERES WITH YHE MILITARY
MOVEMENTS AT THE MANEU
VERS AT FT. RILEY.
. FORT RILEY. Kan. Oct- 3. An
other 'fierce storm, more severe than
that of the early part of the week,
wept oyer Camp Root today and put
a. temporary stop to the maneuvers.
Tonight a storm is aging, and the
prospects for tomorrow are not. ee
assuring. Mrs. Parvenu And then the whole
awful story got into the papers.
Mrs. Beemhei Oh, "well, matters
might be still worse. It might have
been dramatised. Judge.
Such Is the force of envy and ill
nature that the fallings of good men
are more published to the world than
their good deeds, and one fault of a
well deserving man shall meet with
more reproaches than all bis virtues
will with praise. Willis.
t m THIS CITY
A Factory to Be Established
Here During: the Com
TO, MANUFACTURE PITCH. TAR
i OIL, CREOSOTE AND OTHER
WOOD PRODUCTS VALUABLE
" PRODUCTS. NOW THROWN
v AVAY, WILL PAY BIG PROFIT.
(From Saturday's Daily.) :
7 Salem is promised a bran , new in
dustry. It is a line of manufacturing that Is
not carried on elsewhere in the world,
excepting at one point. 1
The manager of the Pacific-American
TarCo., of Whatcom. Wash., told
a Statesman reporter a few days ago
at Whatcom that his company will es
tablish a factory in Salem next Aprtl..
This company has a successful fac
tory at .Whatcom. .; the "only one of its
kind in the world, working under a
new patent or process, originated by
a" member of the company, who Is its
The Pacific-American Tar Co. is a
corporation recently organised for the
manufacturing of tar, pitch,- tar-oil,
creosote,, resin, turpentine, wood alco
hi, charcoal;, gas, and other chemicals
from resinous wood. . such ' as the . firs
and pines, using stumps, roots, .pltch
bots, . and wind-shaken trees that
ranchers, loggers, and lumbermen
have for yeara been throwing away.
. The officers and stockholders are
some of the best known business men
and citizens residing on BelUngham
Bay. . .-: . -.
The , "process'- , used . In - obtaining
these various products is a new inven
tion, and it has been thoroughly dem
onstrated that the method will obtain
everything that Is In the wood. These
valuable products can easily be . con
verted into money, as they are as
staple on the market as tea. sugar,
and coffee, thus assuring regular re
turns and large, profits.
The company is organised and In
corporated under the laws of the state
of Washington with a capital of
The Bank of Whatcom Is the deios
itory, L. P. White, of that bank, being
treasurer... : .
x LIKE SUCCESS."
The Oregon Fire Relief Association
has been a success ever since It began
business in January, 1895, and is now
grdwlng faster than ever before. -
Its annual report of December 81.
1901. shows a net gain in amount of in
surance in force of $l,28,787. which is
50 per cent more than the net gain of
rny previous year. It rUd 136 losses
during, the year amounting to $23,600.
It is strictly . mutual Institution
which furnishes the best of
JHra Insurance at Cost.
For further particulars, address A. C.
Chandler, eecretary, McMinnville, Or
egon, or If you reside In Marlon county,
call on or address IL A. Johnson,
(agent) Salem. Oregon.
FEDERATION OF LABOR 1
STATE BODY HAS DECIDED TO
ASK ; THE PASSAGE OICElt
(From Saturday's Daily.)
W. E. Miller, of this city, four
viee-prident of the. State Federation
of LatKM-. has Junt . returned from
Portland, where he wi called as a
member of the executive committee of
that organization,, to assist In the In
spection r"6f the work of Stat Organ
iser G. Y. Harry. The committee has
just closed an interesting session. , at
ahlch many Important questions were
discussed. The committee will pre
pare bills for Introduction at the com
ing Session of the Legislature, among
which may be mentioned the follow
To prohibit the employment of chil
dren under fourteen years of age in
factories and other pu bile places.
To provide for an eight-hour law
governing all construction work under
the supervision of the state.
To provide for the proper seating of
theatres, opera houses, etc. in such
manner as to best" Insure the agtj
and comfort or the patrons of such
places, 4 : ,
It is reported that there are many
members In the Legislative body who
favor these' measures, and the State
Federation of Ibrr will posh them
with all' Its might. The report of the
State Organiser shows the various
unions in all parts of the state to be
flourishing. j '
i : '
Legal Blsnka, Statesman Job Offle.
The Statesman Pub. Co. baa on hand
several hundred copies of the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The price Is 10 cents
eachj aa long aa they last.
HOPS FOR SALE ABOUT 4.000
yards of hop cloth In quantities to
suit at coet price.. Call at F. Levy's.
KREBS BROS-, HOP DEALERS OF
fice in Eckerlen building. Commercial
street. Salem. Or. Phone Main 1S1.
ULIENTI I AL BRO&. HOI MERC1I
anta, IL J. Ottenhelmer, manager,
office N. E. corner Commercial and
, State streets (upstairs) ; . phone Main
WANTED A GOOD FARM J HAND,
also pasturage for CO eheepj shares,
one-half wool and Increase. James
Finney, near Brooks, R. F.D. No. S,
ESTRAYED OR STOLEN ONE Sor
rel mare and gray horse from Howell
Prairie. September 2Sth. Finder
please notify Ot Jen Bros.. Salem, R.
F. D. Reward. .'
I WANT TO BUY LIVE HOGS AND
pigs, also ducks, spring chickens, and
hens. I will pay the highest' cash
price for same. Quong. Hing, 54 Lib
erty street, Salem. Or. i ;
REPORT CARDS Our school report
- cards are printed to fit the sohoo)
j register. The prices are: Twelve
cards for 10 cents; twenty-five for 20
cents; one hundred for 75 cema.
Stiateaman Publishing Oo" Salem.
MONET TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and city roperty at per cent
. per annum; no commission. Please
call on or ) address Eugene Breyman.
, Remember the place. 270 Cummer-
clal street, one door north of States
man office. - v
OSTEOPATH YDRS. WYCKOFF &
ALBRIGHT Twenty months gradu
ates of the American Scholl of Osteo
pathy and A T. Still Infirmary. Dr.
Wyckoff is the only gentleman grad
uate of osteopathy In Salem. --Practice
established In Salem since
Hours 9 to 4. Phone Main 272 L Odd
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. A. E. TAHESIE, PHYSICIAN
and Surgeon. Rooms 1 and 2. Me
Cornark Block. Palem; Oregon. Con
sultation" French and English. Calls
answered promptly day or . night.
Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5, and 7 to 9.
Phone Red 2153.
WHITE WYANDOTTES" WHITE CO
One Wyandotte cockerel for sale,
230; also a 1902 trio of Bantams, 3.
Fine specimens of the breeds men
tioned. F. S. CRAIG & SON, Salem.
DR. E. "JACKSON. VeTEHINART
Surgeon and Dentist. All disease
of domestic animals' treated it tn
hospital by the latest improver
methods. Diagnosis and lameness a
specialty, having taken a post-grad-
. uate course In this special line J In
1900. v 18 years a Veterinary. Office
at Skipton & Jackson Sale Barn,
l South Comme'rcial street, Salem, Or.
.Phone Red 2011.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
To all whom It may concern:
Notice Is'hereby given that the under
signed has filed bis final account' of
the estate of Hannah W. Roberts, de
ceased, and that the county 'c-ourt for
Marion county, Oregon, has set . the
same for hearing on Wednesday, the
15th, day of October, 1902, at II o'clock
a. m. of said day- at the court room . of
se,d court In the county court house at
the city of Salem, In Marlon coun
ty, Oregon, and that said final
account and any objections thereto
will be passed upon by the said court
at said time and place.
Dated at Salem, Oregon," this Septem
ber 13, 1902. . -
GEORGE R. H. MILLER.
Executor of the Estate of Hannah W.
Roberts, Deceased. '
ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE OF
i FINAL ACCOUNT.
: Notice Is herey given that the'un
derslgned has filed his final account as
administrator of the estate of Benjamin
K. Bradshaw, deceased, in the county
court of Marion county, Oregon, and
that said court has duly appointed the
31st day of October, 1902. at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon as the time for hearing
any objections to said final account and
frr the final settlement of said estate!.
JOHN -W., REYNO LDS.
A fXAS WONDER
MALIS GREAT DISCOVERT.
On smell bottle of Hall's Great 1I-
every cures an kMney arvr bla-lIer
troubles; removes gravel, cures dl
hotes, seminal emissions, wtk and
tame barks, rheumatism and all Ir
regularities of the kidneys end bladder
Irt both men and women, regulates
bladder troubles In chlMren. If nol
ld by your druggist, will be sent, by
mall on Receipt of 31. One small bot
tle Is two month's treatment, and will
cure any case above mentl'wied. Dr.
B, W. Hall, sole roaoaacturer. P. O
Box. C29. SU LouU. Mo. Send for testi
monials. Sold by sll druggist". al
OR, 8.. C, STONE'S drur- gitnf, 8s
lem, Orego"., " -
Bandon, Ore.. De& ,1.
Dr. B. W, Hall. Ki Lonls. M Ia
Air: I have used your Tssa Wond.-n
for kidney and rheumatic tmW
Its effects ara wanderfuL It, baaia
eisl. and I can cheerfully reeon
mend It "'nra truly, I
. HARVEY HOWE.
Legal Blanks, Statesman Joh Office.
DS. C GEE UO
sew doctor is cU
gniat bcaud. f
fun- oeoDle witlo
operatioa mi -w
rim UP o U'c-
cures with thw
known to medical science la thin country.
Throus-a the iue f tbese hirraKia rem.
dies, tnis Tamona pocior snow nm vu
of Over 60 different remedies which l
succeasfully"" usee In different disease,
He guarantees to cure catarrh, aatluna.
lung, throat, rtwsroatlsm. nervousneKH.
tontach. liver, kidney, bladder. - female
trouble, lost manhood, ell private dWeaa;
oat BuuorwU ot latUiuouuUa. CUaryae
otoderate. - '
Call and see hlm.OonmiUatlon free. Pa
tients out et.the city write f-r blank and
circulMr. Enclose stamp. Addrea Te C.
Wo Clilne- Medicine Co . 1X."4 Tlilnl
Street. Portland. Oregon. Mention tbts
The Hotel Monterey
COLLVER-X- CONHKIl. Prop:
Summer Srwot hooted one and tnc-hl
mile north of Newport, Yuin No
pains mill be rpwred t ofen the Ut c.p
grown! on tle mtui. Ima of wood and Kxt
water tree. rHl hore tmxture at ren.ilit
riw. Lst of mrnn ibx ln-rh ;,mI cum
bathlug HmkIi mining within Tartls of Ue
hoteL Roomi t- U'l uile rr 1uiv-- Houm
ket'pine room U wanted. lute.l KH-t-r .
II per week.
Car Load o f Fencing
Pi reel from fat lory, at HriX'lAL
prtwst. far will arrivcaUiut Oct. 201 1 u
Plat ytHir onlcr mn to wt-tiro
i.rltv. ' ' .
Salem Fence V, oik t. - VJ !Stli Sire .
L. R3. ECirli
i General Insurance '
SjHH-lal atleiilimi -jrivcit to. iii-ttt ine
tiraiu, JItx ami Fruit. - ,
Hi'Vcn Oh! JffliaMc Cnii:nilcH
90 Commercial St, 1 HuU-ttt, Oregon
AT CURRENT HATES.
292 Commercial Street. "S. lem. Or.
A Full Line Zr"'
We have tlilawl ur stuck-tf
- China, (live tw'u call.
v-Bjrss i t mw3rs tj-rirt nr7
uili rtriti m ui uni.i
Anuor M. Wtlc-b, lret
Salem Iron Works
II. M. EDGAR, Mas.
All KinIs ofMucIiincWoik, Cast-
Hop rtnd. Fruit Drier Stoves.
In Every Print
Shop There Is
nd besides him. we hsvo to pay
a force of over 40 men, who are
employed In the several disrt
ments ' of our establishment . Id
printing of various kinds. 1C very
tiling printed here, from a csll
Injt ard to a newspaper. Will
you bocotiie one of our imiUuDs
and help to promote borne manu
facturing? TATE MAIS
Main 204 i
C.A11. An PXAMISf. .
I A HUttidard KeyUtrd, Typ'-lr
scliine. t rKwJ .Mai.if..llrr. J.icht
TMicli. Kichly-niie Jiaract-rK. AVIl
aiirtwcr renirrvrneiits of a1(f rin( tiin
-. m. icac wfof ;
ta Ajct.. ?.i4ue,micoa. . oJC!3, Of
visit Cn. JORDAN'S oat ATI
-vwe-e fiarf wey seri r y rm f-4 if
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