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Some items of Interest From
the Silver Creek
: : 1 City
THE LIBERAL UNIVERSITY TO ;BE
REMOVED TO KANSAS CITY DR.
AND MR ' BROOKS JENROUTE
HOME SCARCITY OP DWELL
INGS SOME CHANGES. 1
(Prom Wednesday's Dally.)
Miss Emma Adams. Is spending; a
few days In Salem with her sister, Mrs.
Miss Amy Riches came down from
Jefferson,1 Friday, where she Is teaeh
Ing school, and spent Saturday and
Sunday with her folks, returning- Mod-
"' ' ' . .
- Mr. Jack Robblns, of Sumpter, Is
visiting' in Silverton. .
P. W, Geer manager of the Liberal
University,' 'departed Monday for the
East, where he will make arrangements
for moving the school to Kansas City,
Missouri, j ' '
Mrs. Dr. Keene, of Medford Is visit
In in Silverton.
- Dr. and;Mrs. P. M. Brooks are ex
pected home Saturday. . They arrived
in New York from London on the th.
and after a short stay in the East, will
leave for home.
The rainy weatrfer Is holding: back
the work of grading and graveling on
First street. Contractor Mosher has
three blocks graded, hut as yet has had
very little chance to haul gravel.
The Alabama Warblers played., to a
good sized audience Saturday evening
at the Opera House. ;
The necessity of having more dwell
ing houses in Silverton is again shown
this fall. At the present time, there
Is not an empty house to be rented,
and not a day passes but what there
is a call for one.: ,
C, -M. Wray has a namber of carpen
ters at work putting up the fixtures for
his new hardware store, and as soon as'
they have finished he will place in a
large stock of hardware and imple
ments.. . j - ' ' ' '-
The week just past witnessed a num
ber of -business changes in Silverton,
.among, which may be noted the follow
ing: j -
. The Commercial Hotel lias closed its
doors, and as soon as the building can
be made ready it will be opened Into a
saloon'by Messrs. Rice and Henellne.
- j. i . uumer. nrooneior or ine cen
tra! Hotel, has leased the same to O
M, Satler. jMr. Hunter wilt depart for
the East soon, to spend the winter.
The Arm of Custer & Divepport,' gen
eral merchandise, has been dissolved.
Mr, Cnster-bjylng out trie interest of
Mr. Davenport in the same, v
Drs. Wrightsmari & Ixonard have
purchased the drug stock of Stone &
Perry and will assume charge at once.
Mr. Perry departed for Albany, Wed
nesday, where he will visit for a short
time before looking for a location.
. llvertonj Oregon. Nov.' 11, 1902.
CIRCUMSTANCES, HOWEVER, PRE
- VENTED THE OCCURRENCE
OF A DISASTER.
(From Wednesday's Daily.) I f
Thre was a little, excitement,-on
State street for a short time at about
a o'clock yesterday: morning, caused by
a runaway; team. The milk wagon or.
J. F. Savage & Sons' "Buttercup Dairy'
was driven up to the sidewalk -near
Gray Bros,'-hardware store and the
,iriior 1 u m !! out to soeak to some
friends who were standing there. Just
then the team started westward, the
driver still having hoW of the tinea,
but not In' a' position to control the
horses, because they crowded close to
Mr. John's.; ex press wagon, which was
standing In the "way. and forced th
driver to let loose of the lines or get
caught between the rigs. "
The milk! wagon caught the other ve
hide and forced It backward, throwing
it up on the high sidewalk, and the
only 'thing ;which stopped the exciting
runaway, was the fact that after, the
second or third Jump the off-hore
broke his tugs and swung around hi
mate, which also turned, bringing th
rig around. In such a narrow circle that
the pole was smashed short off and
both horses came face to face with
their driver, who secured them.
A broken harness, a broken buggy
tongue airid five spokes broken in Mr.
Johns' "wagon comprised the entire
SCHOOL ! RESUMED BUILDING
ROADS TYPHOID FEVER AT
School has resumed since the close of
the Institute. ' J T
Road Supervisor Willlns Is doing
some work north of town on the Salem
road. He Is getting the material from
the pasture of Mrs. W. M. Smith. He
Is loading the wagons by means of a
dump bridge or chute. " Poor time, by
the way, to make roads.
Ransom & Son. of Turner, have add
ed a dry goods department to , their
store-and have removed Into the , ; M.
Howe building on the corner.
The school board of District 89 Is
"having wood Kcat from Umber on the
k hool premises. This is the right move
and should have been done years ago.
It is the Ititenjtlon of the board to ul
timately have the school grounds fenc
ed and put In good shape, to plantjhem
with flowers, etc. ' : " - v .
There Is., It Is reported, several cases
.of typhoid fever at the Reform School.
NEW LAWYER ADMITTED
TWO CASES ARGUED; IN SUPREME
COURT AND 0RDERS
. i MADEr ;
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Vpon motion of. A. A. Jayne yester
day, th Supreme Court admitted E. If.
miUed before that tribunal" yesterday.
v w i ; i 'a-:.. r
The German Savings & Loan Society
respondent, vs. Sarah M, Kern, et aL!
appellants: appeal from MOltnomah
county. M. W. Smith, attorney for re
spondent and O. W. Morrow, for .ap
pellants. , , . t v
1 II . JTrlmwith; appellant, vs. Dcm A.
ismith. respondent; appeal from Ma
rion county.. J. K. Weatherford. attor
ney for appellant, and W. II. Holmes
ror the respondent. ,
Minor orders were Wde. as follows;
School District, No. 110. appelant,
vs. II. Palmert et al.. respondents; ap
peal from Linn county, fit was order
ed by the court that mandate Issue In
Harturg to permanent practice as an
attorney In the courts of this state.
Two cases were also argued and sub
thls cause.' -
stat of Oregon, respondent, vs. A.
Beldlng, appellant: ordered on stipu
lation that appellant have until No
vember 19,- 1902, to serve and file his
brief.-. ' -j,... .v.-j.--' ,
Lou. L. Earl?, appellant, vs. Sylves
ter Z. Earie, respondent; ordered on
motion and affidavit that appellant's
time to serve and file the abstract be
extended 15 days. , .
Anthony Neppach, "respondent, vs.
The Oregon & California R. R. Co.. ap
pellant; ordered on stipulation that re
spondent have until January 15 1903,
to serve and file bis brief, i n
Tllmon Ford, executor, f respondent,
vs. A. T. Gilbert, et al, appellants; or
dered on stipulation ; that appellant
Thielsen have until December 1, 1902,
to serve and file his brief. H '
Twenty-Six Cents Paid For
Two Lots of Hops Yes
SALES MADE ' YESTERDAY AG
GREGATING OVER 800 BALES
WORLD'S HOP CROP. 1 '
The hop miarket is gaining strength
every day as has been evidenced , by
the multiplicity of sales which have
been consummated ' during ., the past
two or three weeks, the price having
steadily advanced ' from far below 25
cents 'until the highest so far attained
588 paid yesterday, by Lllienthal &.
Co., of this city,: when he purchased
the W. W. Porterfleld lot. of Inde
pendence, consisting of 115 bales, at 26
cents, and the Riley Cooper lot, of 180
bales at the ' same, price.
' Including the above lot sales were
made yesterday, so far . as could be
learned, aggregating over 8J0 bales,
and ranging in price from 254 cents to
26 cents per pounfT, according to qual
ity ; One dealer, ventured the remark
yesterday that, the way the condition
of the market shaped up to him, he
would predict that the I price would
reach 30 cents In the course of ten
days. . , ' - j
A wager was made by another deal
er, oyer a week ago, to a prominent
local grower of lb that the market
1 would reach 30 cents before the 25th of
tms montn, and tne grower says he
hopes he will lose his wager, as he has
a quantity of hops for sale and is will
ing to unload at thst price.
At the present rate of: selling the
choice lota are becoming rather scarce,
and there Is a lively scramble smong
the dealers to pick up the available
hops wherever they can be found.
Among the sales of yesterday are the
following: ,s . . ;
The Tooze lot, 140 bales: Nordhausen
lot 57 bales; Crlswell lot, 104 bales; Co
hen lot, 39 bales; Murray lot, 25 bales,
all of Aurora; the Bonney lot, 97 bales,
of Canby, and the Seigfried lot, 48
bates, of Silverton. all by , Faber &
Nels and Jake McNeflF, the considera
tion ranging from 254 cents to 25 3-6
cents, and the quality ranging from
"good" to "prime."
Notwithstanding th reports that the
Imports from ; Germany are flooding
the Ameiicsn market and stifling out
prices, the following data, which !s
taken from a reliable 'authority, shows
that there 1 a startling, deficit In the
world's production, and cannot be very
The World's Hop Crop.
An estimate of the world's hop crop
for 1903 by . Sonnescheln Sc Landes
mann. hop dealers of Bohemia places
It at' 959,444 bales, which was consider
ably less than any of the crops of the
last-three years. They estimate the
total yearly beer production at about
6,868.000.003 gallons, for which about
1.222.000 bales of hops are necessary,
This leaves deficit of about 263.O0S
bales over the estimated production of
this year, which they consider is nearly
covered by I old stocks on hand, al
though in this respect there are many I
dealers who think ; there are noi
enough old hops to meet the deficiency.
Tm fmn nf Sas. Bohemia, will be
about 65,000 bales of exceedingly fine
quality, and the total crop of Austria
Hungary 122.000 bales, against 2001.000
bales In 1901. Their estimate of the
leading continental hop countries for
this year and last Isas follows: Ger
many. 321.000 bales? France, 21400
bales against 27,000 bales: Belgium and
Holland. 36,700 bales,; against 61.000
bales; Russia.; 30,500 bales, against 60.
900 balas: The total world's Pj
tion In 189 was laced at L314.0OQ
bales. 1900. : 1.192.000 bales. 1901. W14
TWO ORIENTAL LINERS DELAYED
ALMOST A MONTH BY
VICTORIA. B. , C Nov; 1 1.
steamer Empress of China from the
Orient, brought advices of the terri
ble voyage of the liners Tana J
Indrapura, the former fixm Victoria
and the latter from Portland. The Ta-
ccwna Pnt twen t yfJ
reaching Yokohama, nine days longer
San JU and the I-P w
..n..rAiir davs from Astoria to Yo
kohama in consequence of the atprms.
Legal Blacks. Statesman Job Offlce.
Market is.Growln Dull From
the Scarcity of
BUSINESS SOON BE OVER'fOR
THE SEASON MUCH ACTIVITY
IN THE PACKING HOUSES TO
PILL ORDERS APPLES GO BEG
GING. : V '
The local prune market Is becoming
somewhat dull ; not on account of a
lack of demand, but the supply on hand
Is getting low. Not many prunes are
left in the hands of the growers here
abouts, though there are orders com
ing every day. which cannot be filled,
and it is safe to say the prune business
will soon be wound up for this year. ;
The Willamette Valley Prune Asso
ciation Is still shipping, and has quite
a large force employed In packing the
more fancy grades, and will probably
require several weeks yet to get the
stock oh hand all cleaned up ard out of
Taken altogether, the season has been
a very satisfactory on from event
point of view., and it. Is probable that
the crop wilt bring a much or more
money Into the Willamette valley this
year than ever before.
One point Is evident, the high quality
and fair price thia year has greatly
stimulated the Industry in this section,
and many of the growers are already
taking steps to put out more trees. ;
Applas. . '
Apples Just at present are not In
great demand, and It may almost . be
said that there Is no market. The price
ranges from SO to GO cents, and buyers
are scarce at those figures. .There is
a good crop In the East this year as the
result of a wet season there, the crop
being especially heavy in the states of
Kansas, Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska:
There is no shipping from Salem, to
speak of. and only two varieties, Bald
wins and Spitzenburgs. that meet with
favor among the Indifferent buyers.
- Thre is some complaint in this sec
tion as to the great number cfXunsound
or 'wormy apples this -year, It was
stated yesterday . by a dealer that he
had not been able to secure a first-class
lot of apples in this section, and while
he had a few ordersr for choice fruit,
he eould not fill them, as a choice ar
ticle Is hard to find.
BAfTLE WITH MADMAN
MAN PICKED UP UNCONSCIOUS
ON STREET ATTACKED SUR
GEON IN AMBULANCE.
NEW YORK. Nov. 11. A terrible
struggle In which Dr. Hyde, of Belle
vue Hospital, was Seriously isJured,
has occurred in an ambulance while
the vehicle was being rapidly driven
through the streets of this 4ity. The
ambulance had picked up an almost
unconscious man atf Union Market and
started tothe hospital. Dr. Hyde, the
ambulance surgeon, was sitting alone
near the door when the patient sudden
ly leaped to his feet and with a scream
fell upon the doctor.
The driver, rf earing his team would
run away, if he came to the rescue,
headed toward a police station, lashing
his team into a wild run. - Arriving
there, it required 'the combined efforts
of four men to unloose the bold of the
madman upon the unfortunate sur
geon. The latter's injuries were
found to be severe but not fatal.
AFTER SPENDING FOUR YEARS
IN PRISON UNDER CHARGE
NEW YORK, Nov. 1L Roland B.
Mollneux was set at liberty today after
spending nearly four years In prison,
arid being once condemned to death
and twice placed on trial for his life
for the murder of Mrs. Katherlne J
Adams. .-"-- A
Mollneux gave no evidence of emo-
i lion wnen me worus urn nupinnra
his Innocence ware pronounced
His aged father. General Mollneux,
was deeply . affected and could wltn
difficulty respond to thegreetings of
friends who pressed forward to offer
Immediately after the rendering of
the verdict, theprisoner was formally
discharged from custody' and left the
court roottKwith bis father and coun
sel. In passing out of the building
I they were cheered by a great crowd
SECRETARY" ROOT WILL CUT
DOWN WAR. DEPARTMENT ;
' ' ABOUT. $i0.000 m' I
WASHINGTON. Nov. II. In the es
timates for the next fiscal year. Secre
tary Root will reduce the amount for
the War Department, not including tne
Army, to 350,009 less than the expendi
tures were before the beginning of the
Spanish War. . .
Increased Postal Receipts.
Washington, Nov. It. The statistics
of the gross postal receipts of the Gov
ernment for last month as compared
with October. 1901. at fifty of the larg
est posfofflees In the country, show a
t&tal of $5,680,699, or Jtn Increase of 13
per cent." The largest increase was 36
per cent, at Los Angeles. The largest
decrease was 11 per cent, at Buffalo.
FORTY JAILBIRDS ESCAPE
OVERPOWERED THE GUARDS
; AND GAINED FREEDOM IN
TUCSON. 'Arts., " Nov.- II, Forty
prisoners confined in the Jail at Cana
nea overpowered the Jailers and es
caped In broad daylighTi The men
were charged with different offenses,
nndiir from petty larceny to murder.
This Is the second xJail delivery In
"UUAV. NOVEMBER M. ISO.
month, and new prison Is being cut
out of the side of the mountain, where
escape will be well ntfcti an Impossi
bility. , . ...
ENGLAND'S EDUCATIONAL BILL
" CAUSES LIVELY VpiSCUSSION ,
4 i u IN BRITISH HOUSE.
LONDON. Normal. Lord Balfour's
motion to apply Che closure by com
partments, to the Government's Edu
cational bill was agreed In the House
of Commons. Following this method
the bill must be passed by November
28. A -rigorous amendment to the. mo
tion was made by Sir Henry Campbell
Bannerman. Liberal ; leader, which
drew fighting speeches from Chamber
lain. .Balfour . Asquith and many
others, was defeated.
AN OCCULIST SHOT
BY FORMER PATIENT WHO BLAM
ED HIM FOR LOSS OF EYE
. v SIGHT.
KANSAS CITY, Kaiu, Nov. 1L Dr.
W. II. ' Klmberlin, a prominent occu
list was shot and killed this afternoon
by John Scanlon, a former policeman,
who then shot . and killed 1 himself.
Scanlon asserted. It Is said, that Klm
berlin had caused him to lose his eye
sight. . '
Two Hold-Ups Occur In Salem
on Last Monday
DESCRIPTIONS TALLY IN THE
MAIN AND ROBBERIES WERE
4 PROBABLY COMMITTED BY ONE
MAN SECURED SMALL RECOM
PENSE FOR HIS TROUBLE.
- Two hold-ups In one night breaks
the record for Salem so far this sea
son, but that was the record for Mon
day night. One of the victims was J.
C. Marsh, a. resident of North Salem,
and the other, C..C. Sarvls, the Singer
sewing machine agent. j, '
j Mr. Marsh was on his way home
Monday night, about 6 o'clock, and was
walking on the little car track near the
switch. Just beyond the Huffman store,
when he was accosted by a stranger,
Who coolly ordered him to throw up his
hands.' Mr. Marsh thought It was some
ef his friends who were trying- to have
a little fun at his expenso, and did not
jromply at once, whereupon 'the stran
ger pushed a pistol in front of his face
knd informed him that he meant busi
ness, j The threatening attitude of the
f tranger brought the victim to a real
zatlon of his position, and he put his
hand In his pocket, at the robber's re
quest, and handed over 31.55 In silver.
Informing the highwayman that it was
all he had. .
I The fellow seemed to bft- satisfied.
land walked away in the darkness as
unconcerned as if he had open collect
ing a contribution to a campaign fund,
tie wore a handkerchief over his face,
and Is described by Mr. Marsh as a
Voung man of medium build and heigh
wearing a short, light-colored overcoat.
He is pretty certain he knows thefel
low, and an arrest Is likely to. follow In
the near future.
Hold-up No. Two.
Hold-up number two took place on
State street, about 7:30 the same ev
ening, near the First ME. church, and
the victim was C. Carvls, the well
known Singer sewing machine man. v
He had left hlsfflce and, was wend
ing his way homeward, as happy as any
sewing machine agent could be, when
a stranger wearing a mask stepped in
front of him and told him to "shell
out" under pain of Inntant harm, at the
same time pointing an ugly looking six
shooter at his breast. Mr. Sarvls rals-
edhls hands as requested, but the rob-
again commanded him to "dig up,"
and he hauled out two silver dollars
and passed them over, and. to further
show his generosity, took off his gold
watch and handed that over, too, but
the gentlemanly 'highwayman refused
the proffered article, saying it was
money he was after.
lie made no, attempt to go through
the pockets of his victim, and, taking
the two dollars, made off.
Mr. Sarvls was congratulating him
self yesterday upon escaping with so
small a loss, as he had $60 in gold In
his pockets, which the robber would
have found had he Instituted a search
Of his clothing. The bold highwayman
Is described as being a middle-aged
man, rather heavy-set. and ill other
respects the description tallies with
that given of the one who held up Mr.
Marsh earlier in the evening. Mr.
Harvis says he bears the fellow no ill
will, but he seriously objects to being
held up at the point of a gun almost
In the-door of a church. " r
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
ffca Iti Yea Hais Alwajj t:z$
. SCOTCH OUTPUT OF WHISKY.
Although the United States Is be
coming a heavy consumer of Scotch
whisky, there need be' no fear that the
American demand . wlU exhaust the
Scotch Supply. . V""
There are more than 100.000,000 of
gallons of Scotch whisky In bonded
warehouses In Scotland now, and the
stores are being sdded to dally. ,
A quantity of water equal to this sea
of whisky would fl.at a fleet.;. The
Scotch whisky trade Is becoming de
moralised.. The distilleries are produc
ing more whisky than the world can or
doe consume. What the outcome will
be nbbody dare predict.
Legal Blanks, Statesman Job Office.
The Statesn-.aa Bub. Co. has on hand
several htfiadred copies of the OREGON
CONSTITUTION. The price la 10 cents
each as long- as they last. ;
FOR SALE-31 ACRES AT 1 ROSE
dale. C miles south of Salem. Ad
dresa J. H. Iarrah, Central. Ore.
KREBS BROS. HOP DEALERS OF
flce In Eckerien building., Commert-lal
street. Salem. Or. l'hune Main 1361.
LILIENTHAL BROS. HOP MERC1I
ants. H. J. Ottenheimer. manager,
office N. E. corner Commercial and
- State streets (upstairs) ; phone Main
I WANT TO BUY LIVE "HOGS AND
pigs, also docks, spring chickens, and
hens. I will pay the highest cash
price for same. Quong Hing,254 Lib
erty street. Salem. Or.
REPORT CARDS Our school report
cards aj-e printed to fit the school
register. The price are: Twelve
cards for 10 cents; twenty-five for 20
cents; one hundred for 75 cents.
6tatemA publishing Co Baleen,
. Ore. :
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
farms and city roperty at per cent
. per annum; no commission. Please
call on or address Eugene Breymaa.
Remember the place, 270 Commer
olal street, one door north of States
NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO BRING
In your machinery end 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. Kightlinger,
, Phone 2933. 208 Liberty St. '
ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE.
ESTABLISHED IN ltZM. Only com
plete set of abstract books in Marlon
county, Oregon. Concerning titles
consult us. Salem Abstract auo
Laud Co.. Salem; Oregon. K W.
Waters. Secretary and Manager.'
OSTEOPATHY DRS. WTCKOFK A
ALBRIGHT Twenty months gradu
ates of the American Scholl of Osteo
pathy and A T. Stlil Infirmary. Dr
Wyckoff Is the only gentleman grae
uate of osteopathy In Salem, Prac
tice established in Salem since 1899
Hours t to 4. Phone Main 372L Odd
DR. E. E. JACKSON. VETERINART
Surgeon, and Dentist. All disease
of domestic snlmals treated at my
hospital by ;he latest Improver
methods. Diagnosis and lameness a
special!) having taken a post-grad
. uate course In this special line In
1900. 18 years a Veterinary. Office
at Skipton & Jackson Sale Barn,
South Commercial street Salem, Or.
. Phone Red 201L
SHERIFF SALE OF REAL
In pursuance of7 a Judgment rendered
In the CircuitCourt of the State of
Oregon for the County of Multnomah
on the 2Sth4lay of June, A. D. 1894. In
the actlour wherein The First National
Bank of McMInnvIHe, Oregon,' was
plaintiff and Thomas Morgan and Ellen
R. Morgan were defendants, and an
Execution duly issued out of said -Court
pon the said Judgment on the 31st day
of October, A. D. 1902, and directed to
me; -. - -
I will expose for sale and sell as the
law directs; at the Front Door of the
Court House of Marion County, in" the
City of Salem, Oregon, on
SATURDAY, THE 13TH DAY OF
DECEMBER, A. D. 1902.
at the hour of ten fclot k In the fore
noon, all the right, title and Interest
In the real property of the said Thomas
Morgan and Ellen R. Morgan, or either
of them; had on or after the 13th day
of August, A. I). IS 98, or have subse
quently acquired therein, situate In the
said County of Marion, State of Ore
gon, and described as follows, to-wlt:
All of Lot numbered Twenty-Eight
(28) In Hampden Park In theHCounty
of Marion. State of Oregon, as the
same Is designated on the plat of said
Hampden Park of record in the office
of the Recorder of Conveyances for
said county and state an containing
five (5) acres more or less. t '
B. B. COLBATH. .
Sheriff Of Marion County, Oregon. v
ADMINISTRATOR'S- NOTICE OF
, FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby glwn to all whom
it may ncern. that the undersigned
has filed m .the county -ourt for Marlon
county, Orton, his final account of the
estate of K-iward H. Trubenbach. late
of Marlon county. -Oregon, deceased,
and that said court has set the same
for hearing on the 22d day of Novem
ber, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. of said
day. In the county court room In the
County Court House, at the City of Sa
lem. In Marion county, Oregon. And
that the final account and any objec
tions thereto will be heard and passed
upon by the court at said time and
Dated at Salem, Oregon.. this the 22d
day of October. 1902.
EDWARD C. TRUBENBACH.
Administrator of the estate of Edward
H. Trabeabach. deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
executrix of the last will and estate of
John' Newsom. deceased, by the County
Court of Marlon County, Oregon, oa
the 24th day of October, 1902, and all
persons having claims against the said
estate will present them to the under-
signed at Salem. Oregon, duly verified
as by law required, within six months
from the first publication of this no
tice. OLIVE A. NEWSOM.
tirfs Jevvflry Store.
03. C. GEE 3
This wonderful CT1
Bcm doctor la csiiee
great becaaae to
i , cures people wttho
operation that "S
given up to lis
cures wtta thue
hertM roots, Ihii,
twrk ant vrirtt.bi-a.
ttml sre eetirly on-
kiwwi to Mfedlml sconce In this country.
Through the use of tbe barmteas irme
dire, this famoita doctor knows tfa acUva
of evr 6M (iiffereat remMlive wtilcb he
suecesfu4ly ur ta different dtaeajire.
He guaxa.ttteee to cure catarrh, aatbava,
King, tbroat. rbrnmatlsm. nervousn.
stomach, liver. kKiary, bladlr. ft-mala
trouble, iuet manhood, all private dlaaara;
has buntlrvds of testa monts Is. Cbargae
moderate. - 1 -
Call sod see hlm.Coasultatlon free. Ia-
tlenta out of the city write for blank anl
circular. Kuclttae mampk Addr Tho C.
) Wo Ctilnre sledtriae Co., 1SH Tblrd
Street. Portland, Oregon. MeatWa tula
Car Load of Fencing
Direct from factory alPlX'lAI,
pricea. Car will arrive aUittt Oct. 201 h.
Plax jour order soon to secure low
Salem Fcnre Work. ( state Stree
l. r.3. Him
Special attention ptven tohurliiK
Ct'rain, Hoim ami FrulL '
Seven OM ItcUaUe Companies
200 Conmu-jclal Kt. Halctn, Oregon
AT CURRENT RATES.
293 Commercial Street. Salem. Or.
TX-JTifTn Try a tfoya Broom",
LnJ S Jbi .-they arealvlnjfgoial sU
" IsfjM-tlon. They Ukn up
the rlost the same as a biuali. Cleans
ike Clotklmg. They are easily kept In
order and out wear three ciuiiiiion
variety Store w-
ANNORA M. WnCH. Prop
Salem Iron Works
K, M. CUGAO, Man.
All Kinds of MacbhioWork, Cftst
: ir ... r
ialty. We Jtaye a largo lot of
window weicrhts of all standard
sixe?, also cast washers. Ciivo us
a call. .
If you' are interested In hon n-
and prices. It will lay you to get the
reports of the
N. Y. HOP RKIOUTINO CO..
3 'Whitehall Ht.
.. New York I'ity.
EMMETT WELIA Ocn. .-Tanagor.
$6000 Worth of Hard-
IVflrP f 11,1 klnks-U.lis, nail, ket
ffUl VJ tin, stove, sheet-iron, and
all kind of farm inMi-hiiiery, itatunireil
Capital Juuh Shop
1.36 Court .Stm t
- Sulem, Or1.
TODaCCO to tWAlblaa.
HUES' SULU01, rJEROMi."
Will tn4 for ntaraa tb (VHolag naansat r,T
Mr ol Kcrrr m I Mtortr tuwu. Vat Miitwa
nd (-articular call oa
DR. W. LONG,
rbone VAX ,. !. Or.
Money to Loan
On Improved farm and City property
at lowest rates.
. THOMAS K. FORD,
Over Ladd St Bush's Bank.
CALL AND EXAMINE
S40 The American $40
A Standard KeylxHrd, Tyi-Iar
avchilie. Oorid Ktanifol.Ir. I.Iel.l
Touch, i, Kiehty-otw cliawlers. Will
answer muir-m-nts of a 1 10 niacr;lne
rrxtv? 'CfygyxDAi.L. ' UK-aiArt..
fia S(t., f.nten. Ofson. rlrn,.tr.
Legal Blanks, Statesman Job O.Tice.