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Judge .Burnett Disposes of
Two; Grand Larceny
FHASK GORDON AND JOSEPH
MURPHY RECEIVE ONE AND
TWO TEARS. RESPECTIVELY, TO
SERVE IN THE PENITENTIARY.
SUIT ON A HOP CONTRACT.
. (From. Wednesday's Daily.) ,
Before the. court took up the Markley
case, yesterday morning, there were
three other 2 criminal cases of a minor
character to be disposed of. .two of
which, having pleaded" guilty to the In
formations tiled against them by the
district - attorney,', were brought Into
court and received' their respective sen
tences. I . ,
Frank Gordon, a young. man. who
plead guilty to having taken a pair of
trousers from the -Jos. Meyers & Sons
Store, on September v2th. valued at
$19. when asked if he had anything to
say before sentence was Imposed upon
him,, stepped boldly to the front and
stated to .the court that this had been
the first crime of -which he had been
guilty, which was committed while un
der the influence of liquor, and begged
,the court to exercise leniency in his
'case. The court passed a sentence of
une year's seryiee in the Penitentiary,
and the prisoner retired," after thank
ing the court for his mercy.
Joseph Murphy, having pleaded guil
ty to larceny of certain articles from
the second-hand store of J. N. Shantz.
on July 20, 1902, valued at 2t, was
next brought before the bar. He had
not much to say to the court, except
that it was the first crime cjf which he
had been guilty here aril likewise
pray for the exercise of mercy In his
case. The j court was not so lenient,
however, lri this case, as a sentence of
two years penal servitude was impos
ed, and- the prisoner marched out with
inclined head and tearful eyes; , 5
Hop Contract Suit.
Another miit on a. 1902 hop con-tract
was filed In the first department of the
State Circuit Court yesterday, in which
the plaintiff. George A. La Vie de
mands an order of .the court compell
ing A. B. Crosby, the defendant to de
liver .over to him 10,000 pounds of the
1502 crop of hops, grown on the defen
dant's yard near Wood burn, and which,
it Is alleged, the defendant refused to
deliver over to the plaintiff.
Although the complaint does not so
Mate, It li.. understood, however, that
he suit in brought to enforce a hop
contract -which was made before hop
nUkinz bearan. whereby the dfeudni
agrees to dfllyer' to -the" plaintiff, 10,
,006 pounds of this year's crop at lVj
'tenia -per' pound. The plaintiff places
a valuatloit of 12,300 upon thehops, al
the rate of 21 cent per-pound. and de
mands that the dsfendaut either deliver
over the hops or. their equivalent In
cash, besides Iamage In the sum of
$200 for the alleged unlawful detention
of possession. Carson Adarns and.
IV II. D'Acry are the plaintiff's attor
neys in the action. This la the second
RWit brought on early contracts lhis
season. " ' ; ; '.
To Enjoin thsr Sheriff.
A new suit was filed in the equity de
partment ofthe State Circuit Court
yesterday, jwherclntr the plaintiff. C. "at.
Walker prayr. (or an order of the ieourt
to grant: him a preliminary injunction
restraining Sheriff B. B. Co! bath from
f ioceodir.g with the sale of certain per
sonal property, consisting of live stock
and farm produce, to satisfy a judg
ment of the-Circuit Court of Gilmore
ounty for the stim of S3R0.30, with in
terest at 10 per tent from April' 12.
and for $10 cosds. '
The pla'intln" allege that on February
2S,' ls:?, F.i T. George, the party de
fendant In the new action, was his
agent in iiilmore county, and had the
can? of ail the plaintiff's personal prop
erty and had been empowered by the
plaintiff to dispose of the same for cash
and to pay the plaintiff's debts with
the proceeds. That one, Sterling
StafR.. r-eovcred ; the above judgment
at law agalnfct the plaintiff from the
Gilliam county court, and -had caused
an execution to be issued upon some
hort telonging Nto the plaintiff, and
tht the hOrre wire about to be sold
Jpths sheriff of Gilliam county, on
February 2H, but.j upon the arrival
of the -plaintiff to Portland from Alas
ka, on February 23. 1859. xi was in
formed hyi his agent, F. T . George,, of
the circumstances and also thathe.
George, could obtain a settlement "of
the matter for about J2S0; that the
age.nt was authorized to proceed with
the settlement and to draw a sight
diaft unon the plaintiff through Wells
Fi!go & (.Company's Uankif Portland,
and that th matter was negotiated to
a .ettlement as per .agreement. That
ine said btaggs "transferred no the de
fendant and agent. George, the Judg
ment for a consideration of $230. of the
amount of the sight draft and George
took the assignment In hi own name,
as trustees but in violation of his turst
and agency, refused to artel failed to
cancel the Judgment and. on the con
trary, caused an execution to be issued',
on August 13. 1902. upon the aforesaid
judgment.! directed to the sheriff of
Marion county and requiring him to
sell the property to obtain from , the
pale the full sum of $360.30 with Interest
end $!0 costs. W, M. 'Kaiser and-W.
T. Slater are attorneys for the plaintiff.
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HONORS WASHINGTON REQUISI
TION FOR " RETURN OP
EARL It ANSON.
Governor Geer yesterday honored the
requisition of Governor 5IcBride. " of
Washington, for the extradition of Earl
Hanson, who is held-in ; Washington
county, Oregon, on the charge of bay
ing stolen property in his ' possession,
and is wanted In Yakima county,
Washington, for horse-mealing. While
Governor Geer did not waive the Juris
diction of the Washington county court
in the, granting of. the extraditlonne
issued "an order upon the sheriff of
Washington county. Instructing him to
turn Hanson over to the Washington
agent after he h hxn t-.i,. ,
, 1 , - Will
ine Washington county court.
wl1 r' de,erf! uPon whether tha
Washington county authorities want to
give Hanson tip a to the Washington
authorities gaining Immediate posses
sion of him. but the extradition papers
gives the Washington authorities "pow
er to seize, upon Hanson at any time
even If he has to serve a term upon
conviction, of the crime in . Washing
ton county. , -. , - :.
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YOKOHAMA. Oct. 10. vU Victoria.
B. C, Oct. 11. A terrible typhoon has
spread disaster along the ? northern
part of Japan. v It was accompanied by
tidal waves at Odawra which deluged
the coast vilages, the doea of life and
property being immense, -i -4 .'..(
- UNCLE SAM WON. ,1. .
THE HAGUE. Oct. 14, The arbitra
tion court in he Pius fund case-has
condemned Mexico to pay the United
States tl.82fr.M0 in ileilcan inrrpnr-v
The decision of the court was unanim
ous. ' i i - .
THE DEATH OF
Afed and Respected Citizen
of Salem Has Bid
TO THIS ETHEREAL SPHERE AND
DEPARTED TO THE LAND OF
THE GREAT UNKNOWN .WAS
. PROMINENT SUNDAY SCHOOL
WORKER FUNERAL. 1 ;
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
Robert Keid, a well known and high
ly respected resident of thia commun
ity for thirty years, died at the home
of his son, Geo. S. held, at No. 389
Summer street, at 8:30 o'clock last
night, after a month's illness, aged 70
years. -' ' . : : ' ,-- '
DiKreated was born in Bucyfus, Ohio,
in lhiZ. He removed to Iowa in 1861,
w here he resided for a number of years
and caihe to Oregon ; in 1872 and en
gaged in farming until the past few
years when he entered into partnership
w ith Bozorth Ryan & Co.. Jn the in
surance and brokerage business.
He was married, twice, : during his
life, the Qritt time in Ohio, in 1853, one
son, Arthur M. I tied, a clerk in M. T.
Itlneman's ttore of this city, being the
only issue of this marriage. His first
wife died In Iowa, in 1861, soon after
the birth of the child. One year later
the- d csv-eascd married the second time,
and six children were? born to them as
follows. Kobert A., 'Portland; Geo.
8., of-fcalom; Ralph R... of Portland;. C.
W., of Eugene; Paul jW.,' of Portland;
and Mrs. Chas. A.' Purvlne, of Zena. '
Mr. Jtcld has been a lifelong believer
In Christianity and a xealouis member
of tho Presbyterian church, was very
prominent in Sunday srhool work and
was preiant of - tne. ipcai sunaay
School Union., He . could always be
found prominently Identified in any
movement which, had for Its object the
uplifting of liarnanlty and the ennoble-
p'meot of hia race, and he has a host of
friends who will grieve deeply upon re
ceipt pt the news of hh sudden de
Funeral services will ' be held on
Thursday at 2 O'clock p. m., at the
residence of the son, Geo. Keid. at
No. 389 Summer street, conducted by
Kcv. II.- A, Kctchum, and Interment
will be ha'f in the-Qdd Fellows' ceme
tery. : .' ;
MRS WARD DEAD
WAS ONCE FRIfciND OF DOLLY
MADISON RELATED TO
NEW YORK., Oct. ; 14. Mrs. Joseph
ine Ward, a friend- of Dolly Madison
and Mrs. Julia D. Grant." widow of
cjeneral Gra'nt, Is dead ajt. the home of
her daughter in this cjity. She was
nearly 80 years old. Mrs. Ward. In her
youth, was one of the belles of Ken
tucky. Her maiden, name waa Harris.
Her grandfather. General James Tay
lor, of Newport Ky.. took part In the
war. of 1812. and loaned bis large prU
vat fortune to the Government.
Misa Harris was related to three
Presidents of the United States. She
was a first cousin of James Madison
and General Zaehary Taylor, and dis
tantly related to' Thomas Jefferson.
Between her and the beautiful Dolly
Madison there was a warm fHdnshlp.
and she frequently visited tht home
of the Madlsons at Montnelier. Miss
Hirrls was married In 1847 to George
W. Ward, a prominent cotton broker
of New Orleans, who died In 1870.
IS UNDER SUSPICION
LONIXN , FEARS THAT MORGAN
IS PLANNING TO GET CON
TROL OF PORT.
NEW YORK. Oct. li.J. P. Mongan
is now charged; with endeavoring to
control the port of London, cables the
London correspondent of the Tribune.
The na'fnes of J. P. Morgan A Co
the Atlantic Transport Company ap
pear among the list of signaturea to a
requisition to th Iotd Mavor which
has resulted in the cs-llinr of a Mez..
slon House meeting'tor in pu.pose of
discussing the best -means of bringing
London docks" up to dat. This is re
garded by some of the newspapers as
a suspicious step on the part of the
shipping combination, and Londjnrs
are-seriously urged to take care that
the meeting does not -give Mr. Vogsn
control over the port of the capital of
the British Empire ., .
, tig fcst Ym Han tntx Bc-Jj
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING J
'SALT LAKE, Oct. 14. The annual
meeting of the stockholders - of : the
Union Pacific Railroad Company was
held here today. After transacting the
regular routine business, the stockhold
ers proceeded with i the electing of . a
board of directors for the ensuing year.
Ail. directors were re-elected. ,
Rhti tha si
Prune Trade Is Not Very Brisk
. At the Present
THREE MORE CARLOADS SHIPPED
BY THE WILLAMETTE . VALLEY
PRUNE GROWERS ASSOCIATION
TO .FOREIGN MARKETS THE
APPLE MARKET DULLER.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
The prune market was reported as
being" normal yesterday. Upon the
best information obtainable from deal
era It la learned that the trade Is not
very active. ProbabiDy the bulkof the
crop is now stored. 'an siiipbing. I
under way. The Willamette Valley
Packing Association yesterday sent out
three carloads, destined to foreign mar
kets. Thia Association, according to its
report, has all the orders In that it can
possibly fill for the next month. The
price for Italians still runs at about
2 l-4c,. while Petltes range at a quarter
less. Other dealers were consulted, but
no material difference In quotations
could be discovered. . v
' , . , Applaa. . . '
The apple market la duller than for
several years. , This Is probably owing
to the heavy crop in the apple growing
districts of the Northwest. There Is
really no demand for apples, and the
few buyers seem indifferent. It is rath
er early yet to gain absolutely reliable
.figures, as picking has only Just com
menced. There have been no sales or
shipments wortriy of mention, and local
dealers are handling only a few f the
choicest varieties. To sum up .the
whole situation, one can safely say
there is very little demand and the
market as a whole js exceedingly dull.
Valentine Loewies Sons Company's
Producers Price Current, of New York,
in the last issue has, of the conditions
of the dried fruit market in New York,
the following to say: :;
. Evaporated Other
, ; , i Apples. Dried Fruits
' - -"1 caes . pkgs.
Receipts for week 5,695 32.199
ReceipU from Sept. 1 8.113 . 25 4.0 Go
Export for week, all kinds..;..... 72,392
Export from Septal, all kinds . ..252.MS
Evaporated apples have been quite
plenty this week and with a slow trade
market has ruled easier. Prime have
fallen to 6c, holders, not asking; over
that figure toward the close, and choice
to fancy range from 78c, latter figure
rather exceptional, though extra faricy
would command more. For future de
llv4ry 6y,c is about as low ae makers
will consider for this month's delivery
and 61ic for November delivery- Makers
report much difficulty In getting coal
nd feel- confident as regards the fu
ture market. Few sun-dried apoles
available; Southern sun-dried Klifd
are quoted nominally 4j-5c, - possibly
5',4c for-fancv: buyers are- offering
514 SfS'ic1 for fancy sun-dried Western
quarters fn either barrels or bags.
4Vitf4cfor choke and 44c' for
prime. No new'ehops available; fu
tures worth $2.20f2.2S, with some ask
ing more. , Waste firm at 81.60, some
sales slightly higher, for soot or this
month's delivery and $1.50 fori Novem
ber . delivery; Western bags quoted
l.27ifi 1-50 for prompt shipment. Rasp
berries weak, but all small fruits scarce
and firm. (California apricots and
peaches moving well and prunes firm
at Vjc tor old 40a and -6V for 50s, with
stock pretty well cleaned up: first new
prunes are due and prices will probably
rule easier. .
Apples. 1902, evap. fancy, lb .. 8 &
Apples, 1902, evap. choice, lb.. 7 4 IVs
4pples, 1S02, evap. prime; lb .. 64fr 6W
Apples, 1902. evap. com. lb .... S ip 9 .
Apples. 1902. s-'i,. sun-dried. .
sliced 4 ti SVi
Apples, choppel, 100 lbs 2.002.2i
Apples, cores & skins. 100 lbs .1.35fcl.6.i
Raspberries, 1902. evap. lb ....23 t
Raspberries, 1302, sun-dried lb 21 if 22 '
Huckleberries. 1902. lb .... ....17 (i
Cherries, 1902. Jb ,. .......18 20
Blackberries. 1902. Ib .... ..... 8-
Peaches, California. 1902, peel- "
ed, lb ...... ....... ...........15 Cfl7
PeS-hej California, 1902. un
pocled ...... .... 7
Apricots, California. Moor
park. 1903 8 ftmi
Apricots. California. Royal, lb Vjft 8
Prunes, California, 1901, lb 3 & Vi
DELIVERS THE ANNUAL OPENING
ADDRESS AT JTHE UNI :
VERS IT Y CHAPEL.
Bishop Earl Cranston, resident Bish
op of the M. E. Church. In the North
west, delivered the annual opening ad
iress of the Willamette Uoiversity in
the University Chapel yesterday after
boon before all of the students and fac
ulties of the various colleges, the trus
tees and a number of visitors. Bishop
Cranston spoke on tfte subject ot "The
Necessity For Christian Schools' and
Ma 5 address was most interesting and
instructive throughout and hell the
undivided attention of hi auditors,
who were very generous In their dem
onstrations of appreciation.
The Bishop,' in the beginning, gave
an Interesting comparison of a man to
a machine which, to do useful work,
must have a guiding power, and stated
that ah unprincipled man with educa
tion fslike an .engine with a crazy en
gineer. The babe Is a bundle of ipon
tanletles, open to all impressions of its
environments. Its tendencies are tow
ard destruction. It acts of violence
toward its nurse -It crib. Ks mates,
are only limited by physical weakness
t "These elements are evident in th
boy's chasing the stray cat. the aris
tocratic. miss's snub of the wash wo
man's daughter. To be counteracted,
there mut be introduced irrto the boy's
life Influence for good. ; lie must b
Induced to work, to reason.: to Judge
for himself between right and wrong.
Ethics must be taught him by prac
tice a well .s by treaching.
"In the question of morals, there b
no middle ground; nOydead center be
rween right and wrongv If not for. rn
Is against. So. nowectarlan inmi
tut ions by parssing y all Instrwetl!
In that which Is good, must be passive
ly allowing the student to become In
different and skeptical. , Therefore th
Christian school for the boy - in hit
-formative period, when he la questWn-
ing every statement and investigating
the truth.- .: ; :-. ' ; ' ; , ;
Dr. N. D. Fisher, editor of Pacific
Christian Advocate, followed Bishop
Cranston with a brief address, taking
for his theme The'Value of an Education,-
showing bow. by virtue of his
training, one American can do- an
amount ofwork equal to that done by
two Germans, two Frenchmen, three
Austrian, or five. Italians. - He laid
sreclal emphasis Vupcn the fact that we
mast not only know how. but must
practice ourselves. In the application.
boxers Delay work.
TACOMA. Oct. 14. Hong Kong ad
vices say that the posting of anti-foreign
placards at Canton has prevented
the engaging of Chinese laborers to
W'ork on the Canton end of the great
Canton-Hankow Railroad. The Amer
ican Consul at Canton has asked the
Viceroy there to take steps to discover
who are guilty of posting the anti-tor-elgn
, placards. A number of arrests
have been made,, and every official .iu
Canton has been Instructed to stamp
out this method of inciting natives
Salem Unions Have Already
Taken Steps in That
CENTRAL UNION HELD MEETING
LAST NIGHT AT WHICH PI-VNS
, WERE PARTIALLY FORMULAT
ED MINISTERS TO BE ENLISTED
A GRAND BALL
(From Thursday's Daily.) t
Salem Central Labor Union held an
important meeting last night to de-
vise means for raising funds for the
relief of the starving miners In the coal
field of the East. It was decided, af
ter considerable . discussion to adoot
two methods. In the first place the
minister of the city axe to be request
ed to put the matter before their con
gregations, and to ask aid for the
miners and their families on the abroad
ground of Christian charity.
Another means is to be the holding of
a grand ball at the Armory In the near
future. A committee of five was ap
pointed to have full charge of all the
arrangements for the ball, and more
complete announcements will be made
from time to time In the columns" of
the Statesman. As this will be the
first grand ball of the season, and the
cause1 is a popular one, -there will
doubtless be a large attendance.
The manner in which the tickets are
t be disposed of has not yet been defi
nitely arranged, but it was suggested
that. each union in the cltv Pieds it
self to take a. certain number of them
and that all business men be solicited
t purchase one or- mure. -i.
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NEWSY BROOKS ITEMS.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
There are many new incidents
: Our farmers are now busy stiwing
. The Molsan and Jones dairies send
cream dally to the Salem creamery,
Each has about sixty cows.
Sowing clover, forr seed Is leglnning
to be a new industry in our- neighbor
'Miss Eisenhardt was here at Mrs.
Coovtr's visiting her sister.
Joe La 'Follette movea back onto his
Clear Lake farm.
Mrs. iCraveri. of PortVand, Is yIsltnR
her mother, Mrs. E. J. Harris.
Mr. George Emert. of Clear Lake,
moves to Salem.
Mrs.' Bruce Jojnes ha-s been to Port
land to visit Mr. and 'Mrs. H..Baren
Uriks, her parents.
The Mioses Cora and Lulu Massey
have again been engaged to teach the
Mis Fay Savage, of Salem Prairie,
?lnt Saturday with her aunt, Mrs.
Sunday, Messrs. Meyers and I laker,
of Salem, were hunting In our neigh
borhood. They dined with Mr. and Mrs.
A party was gUVn at MeCard's Sat
urday for Elton Jones, who goes to
Portland this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. DleUchnelder, of
McMlnnvllIe, stent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Ooulet.
Mrs. Hugh Kldrldge aud Connie, also
Joe Fa-hey, drove to Salem Sunday, to
spend the nlrht with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Egan and Homer
went to Salem to attend "The County
Fair.' They enjoyed the play."
Mrs."'Collard. of Mission Bottom, has
been quite ill, but Is now convalescing.
Herbert Chapman 1 here from the
state of Washington to visit his pari
ents, :'V : -.- ..-: .--
Sunday. Dr, and Mrs. Gillia with Con
rad arW Mike Krebs drove from Kalem
to the lrebs farm.
MLss In"1 Gleason, of Portland, 1?
UdtlngTaTr-Pf X. Moison's. -
Mr. and Mrs. Matson go by uteamer
to lAts . Angeles, to try California clU
mate for his health.
Miss Mabel Byrne, of Salem, and
Mis Minnie Edwards; of Wall Walla,
Wash, visited at Jvan'a Friday.
Hon. E. W. Chapman went to Seattle
to -visit a brother-in-law and sister h
bad not seen for thirty or rorty years.
Biooks, Or., Oct, 14. , - .
. LIKE SUCCESS."
The Oregon Fire Relief AfraoclaUon
has been a success ever since ft began
business In January, 18S5. and la now
growing faster than ever before;
Its aonoai report of December 2L
Ifll. shows a net gain In amount of In
wrartre Irt force of $2,C2.7S7,-whch
iQ per cent more than the net gain of
ny previous year. It rId 135 Insnea
during the year amounting to 123.644.
' It Is strictly s mutual Institution
Which furnishes the best of
Firs Inauranca at Cost.
, for further particulars, addremi A. C
(Chandler, secretary. McMinnville. Or-'
rgen, or if you reside In Marion t-oonty
calif on or sdrlresa H.A. Johnson
f agent) Salem. Oregon, r.
' HIT BY TROLLEY CAR.
NEW YORK, Oct, 14. Ex-Secretary
of the Treasury. Charl?s SJ: Fair
"WW n knocked down by a. trolley
car today. Bis injuries are severe.
The Statesman Pub. Co. has on hand
several hundred copiea'ijf the OREUON
CONSTITUTION. The price la 19 cenU
each as long as they last-
HOPS FOR SALE ABOUT 4,000
-xyards of bop cloth In quantities to
suit, at coat price. Call at F. Levy's.
KREBS BROS, HOP DE.LERS OF
fice in Eckerlen building. Commercial
treet. Salem. Or. Phone Min 1361.
FOR SALE 15 FINE S, C BROWN
Leghorn cockerels cheap; .must go at
once. 'Call at 3S5 Winter street,
Salem. ' "''' '', "' ' --
WANTED GIRLS FOR GENERAL
housework. Good wages offered. S3
C-immeicial street. Mrs. C. E. Sher-
FOR SALE OR TO LET ON SHARES.
- 200 fine Leicester sheep. One year
. time, if desired. W. C. Duncan, Tur
! ner, Oregon.
LILIENTHAL EROS, HOP MERCH
ants. H. J. Ottenhelmer, manager.
'offlce-N. E. corner Commercial and
State streets (upstairs); phone Main
ESTRAYED OR STOLEN ONE Sor
rel rnare and gray horse from" Howell
Pralr Is, September 2Sth. Finder
please riotiry Otjen 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 lllng. 254 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 for 76 cents,
etjatesnma Publishing Co, Salem,
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and city roperty at per cent
. per annum; no commission. Please
ceil on or address' Eugene Breyman.
Remember v th place, J70 Commer
cial street, one door north of States
NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO BRING
In your machinery ancl have 'your
repairing all done. Castings, Iron and
bras, furnished oh short notice. One
boiler and 4-borse engine complete
for sale cheap. E. M. Kigbtllnger,
Phone 2933. 208 Liberty St.
HOP YARDS WANTED 50 TO 200
acres hop yards wanted in this vicin
ity, at cash or share rental on one or
five year lekae. Please give full de
scription of yards and buildinks, nlxo
state quality grown "this .season.
Ixuis A. Ilorst, 302 California street,
- Sa Francisco, CaL . ,
OSTEOPATHY DRS. W YCKOFF &
; AJlUtIGHT Twenty months gradu
ates of the American Scholl if fatec.
pathy and A T. Still Infirmary. Dr.
Wyckoff is the only gentleman grad
uate of oateppathyin Salctn. . I'rae-
tlce established In Salem ; since 1M1?
' Hours 9 to 4. l'honr Main 272L Odd
DR. E. E. JACKSON, VETERINARY
Surgeon and Dentist, AH disease
of domestic snimais treated at--m
h hospital by .he latest Improve
"i: methods. Diagnosis and lam-neni a
t specialty, having taken a post-grad-i
uate course in this, special line In
1900. 18 years a Veterinary. "Office
j at. Ski pt on & Jaekson Sale- Barn,
T South Commercial street, Salem, Or.
Phone Red 2011.
ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE.
ESTABLISHED IX 1.V40. Oidy com
.. plete ixt of abstract books In Marion
, county, Oregon. Concerning titles,
consult tut. Salem Abstract ait
iJiiul Co.. Sclera, Oregon. F.
Waters, Secretary and Manager.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE J
To all whom It may conc-ern
Notice is hereby given tJat the un
dersigned has fii-d her final account of
the estate cf Mary CjKgrove, deceased,
and that the county court for Marlon
county. Of egorunas set the same for
hearing on Saturday, the 21 th day. of
October, 2tn2 at 11 o'chw-k a. m. ,of
said day at the court room of said court
in the county court houne, at the city
of Salem, in Marion county, Oregon,
and that said final account and any
objections thT to will be passed upon
by the said, court at said time and
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this Septem
ber 25, 1W2.
SUSAN G. f'OSGROVE.
ADMINISTRATOR! NOTICE.OF AP-
'-'. , If OINTMENT. :;..
Notice is hereby given to all whom
It may concern that the undersigned
has been duly appointed by the County
Court of Marion County. Oregon, as the
administrator of -the estate of Charles
Claggett. late of Marlon County, Ore
gon, -deceased. All persons Indebted to
raid estate are hereby notified to make
Immediate payment to the undersigned
at his 'residence at the Cltv of Halem.
In Marion County, Oregon. And all
persons having claims against said es
tate re hereby notified to ir-eht the
sarife. duly erified. to the undriKn'-d
at his residence in the City of galem.
Marlon County, Oregon, within si
months f rrri the date of the first pub-
Dated st Salem. Oregon, this the Hth
day of October, 1902.
- W. D. CLAOOETT.
Administrator of the Estate of Charles
Claggett late of Marlon County, Ore
son, deceased J
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.'
Pursuant to an execution Issued out
of the Circuit Court of the fit at of
Oregon for Marlon county, of date Sep
tember . 19. upon a Judgment and
decree of oreclosnre duly rendered In
said Court, on .S-ptemor '2 1302, in
h rate of the Investors' A-.rtgage
ejrlty company, Itmitd, pliniff. vs.
Esther B. Miles. Prudence Mile.. Abble
Edwards and C. J. Edwards, her hua-
Wonder fit Hon
This wendrrful Cl.t
tew Uct..r Is can
cured people Hh.ii
icivea uu to ue. II
knowa ta medical science In this ceuntry.
.Tnroucte the um of tbecN barmltna rem
dl. thia fanvma doctor knews the acU
' r a Kjhk t i rf-r t nltmliM whlrh h
' ruecmrullr ur in differeat diwajw.
i tie guaraatees to cure catarrh, wattima.
; hinK. throat, rttromitlaik Bnfiin
Womacn. liver, kidney, bladder, female
; trouble. Iwt r.ianhvxl. atll in-ivaie dtxeaaoa;
j haa hunJrt-da of lesUmooiala. Chargr
Call and hlm.ConsuHatUui free. , Pa
tienis eut of the city wrlle tor blank arxt
circuUr. Kiiclo.-v stamp. AddreM The C
tJee Cble- Me.llciB Co.. TMrd
Street. Portland. Oregon. Mention tbla
At -ourVtore you will iinl
tw only coinpU'to htHk !"
artists luaifiials in S.-iltMii.
Vc hav oil paints, wati r
cMrsr fliartialj nil liiiuls
of jkijmts, jmstt'ls,. in fat t
every t inn j littilitl. Our
ttlois . ait: '-always'-, fivsli,
ami Ol'tlit! Ik-st .make.
THE W. II.
v ' -.-' arc -Always
' Intekksti nh
; Head Tlitiii.
Barr's Jewelry Storc.
Car Load of Fencing
Direct from facUry at HPKCIAI
prices, i'nr will urrivealxtiit t let. H h.
I'Jiu your order ihh to Kccuie lrw
price. . - V -
WALTER MORI EY
HHi-Ial attention given to i nuri n;
(imtii, lloj mid Kruil.
Hcvcn Old J?-Iialde (niiuiiilt
'JiH) (iiiiii-rc!al Hi. . Kalem, roii
ns , ,r
AT CimitKNT BATE1.
KKAb EST A TIC
!32 . CorntneTt lal. Mreef, Kalem,-Or.
CALL AND EXAMINE
$40 The Americans
A Htainlanl Keyljoanl, Ty-l:ir
aliiiie. ;m1 Manlfoldcr. i.igbl
Touch. Eighty-one charnHer. VH
auswcr rc'iu ircjuenta of a MO mn Inn
V. M. lJCKWtU.
KU.IWIS A KfYKF.VIAI.U " Iiul Ail,,
(en Agu., Kugvue, orrg-on. - fl-m. Or
K - 1 1 - i
band, Iora Goeitand IxmiIs florltr,
her husband, Anna -Ahlrt n and
Ahlgren, her hoabarid, Lturi-twe Hlov-r
and Slover, his. wife, cl-f;ndinti,
I will at 10 o'clock in the forenoo; on
8ATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF
at the front dKr of the f.'ourt IJ
In KalernT. Orynoit, -s-!l at puif!l:
auction to the bich-st t'lddT, c-iik.I in
hanil tnhlfrt to rrdmrt Ion. the tr'em
Ifis In sld d-cr-e of for-fi'rtnre de
scribed, ielng in Marion county, t;it-"
of Oregon, to-wlt:-'
The south hajf tVj'ff the north wr.t
quarter (4), and the north half i)
of the southwest 'pinrir (t of r Hon
twenty-two t22J, and tl north half Oj'
ot the north";it ciurt-r VA) cf th
ncirthRft. iuarter and the. "ul!i-
east iuart'-r f'4-of th nc!ttlit nunc ,
ter '4) of lhs norlha4t u;trUr
and the wtuih half 'of th -iU ti
iurr (y ft th" ri'rtteait rpiaifr'
CO. and the r.orthent iprart'-r Ci) of
the south "31 cjnartrr t) of the nrth--t
ci5jarter"i'4) of section t wenty-ofi
JI, ail in townliir s'-v-n tit south cif
ransfe two (2) eart of the Wlllaim tie
MTi'Ji.in. eiitaining two hundred ind
twenty itl acres,, more or to
gether with the tn-rn''nt, ltTent.a.
ment and epimrt'-narir'" theroif.l-
bflcmrflnm or In amywlje m fix-rtxlnitisf
to satisfy -the sum f K' v n htin-li'-l
and forty-three nd ?3.K0 UTt3 S3) dol
lars with interest lh-r-ori l 'Hie rate
of p-r cnt per artnnYn funn lh "?'h
day of September, 1302. and tin fnnU-r
sum of fortyinlx and, 1-1") JIf l dol
lar with interest t hereon al th rts
of 11 rer cnt nr anruim. from the
Sam dale, and the f'irth'-r sum of or-.
h-mdred 90 d.Iiat)?, tv. 1th lnt',re?t
thereon at the rate of 6 r cent -f
annum frrmi the- nine date. trthe
with th farther um of thlrty-flf.ht
and fjO-leO.ass.hf doPirs, the? eMti and
rtibtirKernc'iUi of alI stilt snl th
c'jt of and upon faid 'rlt.
Pated October 2. 12. . . 1
(I K..B. COLBATH.
gherlfl of Marlon County) Oregon.
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rjliOV I wafKlrfful. Clii
'"2rr: y eria. ro.t. .i
rV:WJaL bark and vetrrtfctli