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HAS A CLASH
UUVJUiNOS raAMBEELAlN J IN
MINORITY ON XAND BOAED.
INVESTIGATION LAND FBAUDS.
The Question at Issue and Secretary
or state wins Out in Con
Governor Wanted Parties f Charged
With Land Frauds Brought Before
; Board and Secretary Thought Attorney-General
Should Investigate. -
Attorney-General Crawford has ren
dered an opinion upon the ! questions
submitted him by Governor iChamber
'lain in which he holds that while the
state board undoubtedly has the power
to eaneel certificates of sale of state
school lands, in cases where evidence of
fraud appears upon the records, tho
inuuM iu Huica 11 can bo auout
n saieiy is io oruer an investigation
upon the allegation of fraud and give
the parties so charged a chance to prove
to. the contrary before definite aetlon
is taken. Acting upon this advice, the
eiaie lanu ooaru maoe an order yester
day afternoon which is in effect that
no steps will be taken toward cancel
mg any certificates until the state
grand jury, which is delvinc into oues
tions of this character, concludes its
worn, j .
As to the ease of J. K. Sears, whose
affidavit attached to his application for
the purchase of 320 acres of timber
land in this county, charges that the
application made by Fred Palmer, of
inis city, unuer which tho land was
sold by the state on March' 14, 11)01
was irauuuient in that the land was
not purchased for the applicants own
account, the board finally made order
. that the parties so charged be sura
moned before the attorney-general for
invent igntion. Jur. Wears charges iur
thcr in. his affidavit that Mr. Palmer
made amplication in the interest of W
J). Mohney, whoso money was used in
the transaction, and to whom the cer
tificnte is alleged to have been assigned
Members of Board Clash.
The members of the land, board
clashed upon the disposition of this
case with the result that the governor
found himself in the hopeless minority
and lost out. When" the matter was
taken up for further consideration yes
terday Governor Chamberlain suggested
that the parties aaginst whom, charges
of fraud had been entered by Air
Sears be summoned before the board
to show reasons why the certificate
should not bo canceled. Secretary of
State Dunbar took issue with btm and
contended that the matter should come
properly before the attorney-general
Governor. Chamberlain finally put his
Suggestion in the form of a motion, to
th effect that they bo called before
tho board," and the secretary of state
offered to amend making it tho attor-
' ney-general. When the vote was taken
it was two to ono against the governor
and it was so decided. t
Only One in Hundreds.
This case, brought to the attention
.of the board by ih application of Mr.
Sears, is said to be only one of many
hundreds of a like character and that
applications and contests of a similar
sort may be expected to turn up by
tho scoro in the near. future. The land
involved- in these certificates consti
tutes some tf the best timber and agri
cultural land in the state and there
is likely to be a pretty lively scramble
for possession of it should the board
see fit to cancel the certificates and re
fuse to issue a deed. The land involved
in the opinion which was rendered by
the attorney-general aggregates about
60,000 acres of valuable timber land,
situated principally in the Cascade
mountains. The question aroso anl was
submitted to the attorney-general upon
information seceured by State Land
Agent Oswald West in making a varch
of the records.
The question which the attorney-general
was asked to pass upon was wheth
er the state land Iwrnrd has express or
implied power to cancel, without notice,
certificates of sale where they have
been issued on fraudulent applications.
In deciding the question Mr. Crawford
says that while the board may have
the power to cancel a certificate, the
holder thereof has the right to a hear
ing upon the matter and that it would
be an unwise act upon the "art of th,e
board to attempt to act arbitrarily in
the matter. Kxtraets from tho attorney-general's
opinion to the, governor
follow: i , -
. Opinion of Attorney-General.
I have examined the matters con
tained in yours of the 1st inst., relative-
to communication to you from the
state land agent, under date of March
30, 1903, informing you that in the
- opinion of said land agent, certain ap
plications to purchase school lands,
filed during the months of November
and December, 1900,' were - fraudulent
in that the applicants were not real
persons but that fictitious names were
used, or that saia applications were
filed for the purpose of aiding certain
parties in unlawfully acquiring large
bodies of school lands, , and enclosing
a letter giving the names" of such sup
posed fraudulent applicants and the
numbers and dates of the-vtertificates
NOW IN VIEW
issued upon such applications, and in
answer to your first question, to-wit:
, u? iiau vosru express vi
implied power to eaneel, without no
tice, certificates of sale where they have
oeea issued ; on fraudulent applica
tions,' permit me to say that f rand is
never presumed and thA board nassed
opon the application when it approved CITIZENS LIGHT & TBACTI0N COM
me same and issued the certificate fori - PANT'S rUTUKE PLANS.
the sale of the land.
..Question of Discretion.
"The question is whether an arbi- ELECTEI0 PLANT ON SANTIAM
trary cancellation of the certificate of
a purchaser, without notice, upon the
XnirirMfinn nf tranA l.tr att. 1.
agent, is an exercise of judicial discre- Power F1nt Wm Constructed This
non on ine part or the board, and 1 1 Bummer wiu Aonounn
am of opinion that it is not in the! f power.
view or tne law. The statute clothing
the board with power to decide all
Onestinna rolalivo'ln Ilia iunanixi nt a
deed and providing that the same shall 1 Establishment of Plant Sufficient, to
be final as to the right to receive a deed
from the state makes the board the
judge of all facts affecting the right
to receive a deed, and if once deter
mined that an application is not fraud
ulent ana issued a certificate or pur
chase to the applicant and taken his
money and turned it into the state
funds, the board does not, in my opin-1 .
Generate 15,000 Horse Power With
Transmission Facilities to Salem Will
Cost $300,000 and probably $500,000.
coiJziizzio ::m Erai2?3 e:quh:y.
With tie. Assistance- of Three Special
. Department Agents Garfield Starts
- I ' ; jlayestlgation. i ; ?
TOPEKA. April 11. Com'miisioner
of . Corporations Garfield started work
ins on the investigation of the Stand
ard Oil eomnanr in Kansas today. Three
special agents of the department are
here witn oarneia.
Half the i ills that man is heir to
rome from indigestion. Burdock Blood
Bitters trengthens and tones the stom
ach; makes indigestion impossible.
f Do you encourage your daughter's
"Decidedly, answereu tne maiier-
of-fact wman. It she Has the eos-
siping instinct it is bound to come out,
and she'd better be making up stories
people t than 'about
The coming summer season, it is safe
to predict, will see more improvement
ion, have the authority to arbitrarily in all,1tnf8 of industry than this city
cancel snch certificate. Fraud must, m I ana vicinny nas expeneneea m ats ei
all eases, be alleged and oven. fistence. In oiher words, Salem is upon
i. IDHrem,e CUv u ... the verge of a great era of development
to the state relatively that the land de-janl another year will see' more indas-
partment of the United States does to (tries, more railroads, more population
the federal government and that the lnj more thrift than has been her priv-
saroe principles apply. t I ilege to boast in the past or than the
"But upon its hearing, if the state mogJ o theJnhabitants dream of at the
netermines mat tne sam ceriincave present. Probably the first step in the
been procured through fraud, it would d l nt of the indB8tries of
have the authority to cause the same th -.toWUhmpnt f a now
Ml, -ami ran aiw .mmnwuii i.t nn vv.. nnn, S9n(Um river
a suit in equity lor tne cancellation . -anaT,,-, .f! nt
to be cancelled
a sun in equny ur iuU tucc"-l"l" which will be capable of generating not
thereof, and m all cases where deeds - . 15 noo horse nWer electricitv
and there is no immediate
nave issueu. a suit woum ureuuMiMj i . ., :n i
nave to uv urougni .1.0 uc oiyy. ,A nUna of th. in
L nave nwi iinu ino nutv i-v ki. . v - - v " -j -11
liuu an jl cfti t ou. i's vyvus voi;vv m , .
f .. 1 1 bAthA rs-m ir iris I "anjfer 01 mis DpptrninK.
iMwrd baa the power to arbitrarily can- This immense power plant, which is
1 : v, inow la prospect ana is Traciicauy sei-
exercise the same. It is as much the tied upon definitely and conclusively,
luty of the board and of all state offi-Mui ne msiauea oy me new manage-
cials to protect
to rmnifih violaters of the law. and first step along tne line or extensive
it .fnma to me onlv fair that anv Mmprovemeut and extension which has
holder of a certificate who is charged I been mappea out ior tne near iuinre.
riih havino- secured the same bv fraud I That the information comes from a
shorn! yo accorded the privileee of ap-1 source which makes it practically cer
nearinff before your honorable board I tain and beyond question. It is said
and establishing the fact, if he-is ablejthat the construction of this plant,
to do so, that the charge is without I which will be located not more than
foundation." I twenty-two miles from this city, to
transmit power to this city will entail
Tjast Hone Vanished. I an expense of not less than $300,000,
When leading physicians said that H f wi" 1 ITtlHl
W T fimlfkrl oe P-ltin To "nad in- oam.a... nver, uu
... - ... t r I more probable that this amount of ex
curat-i cun-umpwox. ditore wilJ increased to at least
isnea, Du i . .ixing V $500,000 before the movement which
for consumption. Coughs and Colds Z ' t, i,i
kept him , out of his grave. He says: Manager a. Welch of the local sys-
"Anis great specinc : compiei-o.y curru t has . gt eturnej from an exten-
me ana saveu my me. since men a Bive trip to eastern Oregon and south
have used it for ten years, ana con-1 iWu.h5n.rton joints where the inter
sider it a marvelous throat and lung ests which now own and control , the
cure." fctnctiy scientinc cure ior local plant own aa operate other elee-
vougns, core j.nroais or was; 8ure I trie lieht and power systems. Air.
preventive of Pneumonia. Guaranteed, Welch was not at liberty to say what
50c and $1.00 bottles at Daniel J. his mission to hee other points was,
but it is suTmised that he is viewing out
some extensive improvemeni which the
new management has in contemplation,
the nature of which conld not be learn
ed. All of these systems, as is well
known here, are owned by a large Phil
adeiphia syndicate which has an almost
inexhaustible supply of capital behind
it, and. ag has been published before,
it is also known that some extensive
building, extension and , general im
provement is undcT consideration; at
least many reasons exist for that be-
Will Visit Points Along Route to Pa- lief. These interests, however, are
cific Coast for Purpose of Studying averse to makine their plans public be-
No Reasonable Man- '
imagines that; a neglected cold can be
eured in, a day. The uncountable air
cells in the lungs are inflamed and the
throat . is as tender as an open ; sore.
But time and Allen 's Lung Balsam will
overcome the cold and stave oft-, con
sumption. The cough will cease and
the lungs will be sound as a new dollar.
All druggists sell Allen's Lung Balsam.
WAS GOOD MAN
FEED Iu DAMES, MURDERED AT
BELLTNGHAM, WASH, KNOWN
IN THIS CTTT. h'
Was Butcher by Trade and, Is Well
Known in West From Texas to Brit
ish Columbia Conducted Market in
Portland for About Four Years. -
IT IS THRUST
STATE LAND OFFICIALS MUST ACT
UPON IMPORTANT QUESTION.
CANCELLING OF CERTIFICATES
Upon School Land Records of Which
Sales Evidences of Fraud
, Appear. - -
James K. Sean 'Makes Application for
' Purchase of Valuable Timber Land
Sold by State During 1901 Raises
Question Which Will Soon Be Decided
for Infants and Children.
Castoria is a harmless Milistituto for Castor Oil pa.
coric. Drops aud Soothinff SsTiins. It Is l'ltan ,T
contains neither Opium, Morpluno nor oth-r Nareni'
substance. It destroys Worms and allays IVvcrNinnv!50
Y4. S 1 IT . - '"II
ai cr- Autirin-a unu , iiiu iii'. ii relieves Tei-il
Jngr Troubles nndjeures Constipation. It r-gulat ti,
Stomacli and Howie 1, pirfnc li'altliy ami natural kliv.10
Tbe ChUdreuV lauacea Tlio Mothers Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bougt
Dears mc oignature 01
Fry's drug store. Trial bottle free.
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COME THIS WAY
CHICAGO COMMERCIAL ASSOCIA
TION AND STOCKMEN TO
People,' Resources and Features
This Great New Country.
CHICAGO, April 12. A delegation
from the Chicago Commercial associa-
lon left here tonight on a three weeks'
trip through the northwest and" west.
ihcfic men are connected with the lead
fore they are fully matured and it is
the next thing to impossibility to ob
tain positive information regarding
theiT movements, except what leaks out
inadvertantly from different Bources.
When question about whether his
people were about to install a power
nlant on the Santiam, as was stated in
The Statesman story in connection with
the news of the proposed Ralem-Port-
ng industries and mercantile establish- mul"r '
ments of Chicago, and they go west wou" whb
with the; idea of becoming acquainted n wou.n ou.jr By
with the people and their surroundings, portant developments may be expected
L ' UlUCIl b U V. UUOU '1. 1 i I 11 isa. l"l. V V 11 1 ' ... . , , lil
unities visited between Chieago and " to wnemer ni? peopie convemp.aveu
he Paeific coast and to discuss ques- building more railroad this year he
tions of mutual interest. made the very signmcam repiy 01,
The party will wcupy a hotel Pull- " Well, we tninK so, dui are not pre
n car during the entire trip. They nared to state positively at this time
d tho special features of dunnff the eomin summer the nature
sections. It is proposed of which he was not ai liberty to di
business men of the torn- lge at this time. When questioned
riinn Mr rliirinfr thn pntirn trin. 1 nev
left on the Burlington for 8t. Paul, and I All efforts to draw mm out upon in is
an thence over theXorthern Pacific, subject failed as be stated that, while
he Oregon Railroad & Navigation, the line flvnoicaie naa eiiensiTe pian in
Oregon iShort Line and tho Union Pa-1 view, it is it9 policy to Keep tnem quiet
cific through Oregon, Washington, Idatlfor the time being, in order that they
ho. Utah. Colorado. Wvominc and Ne- mav be successtuiiy cameo: out ana
braska. ' En route they will be joined I without hindrance from opposition in-
by representatives ot tno stocK. 'aris I teresis wnicn may oesiTe io piace every
ndiistries of Chieago, who are also I possible obstacle in tne way of tneir
making a tour of the northwest. I consummation.
The delegation visit, among other J When asked as to what effect the
laces: April 22, Spokane; 23, Seattle; I threatened entrance of the Portland
24, Tacoma; 25, Portland; and 28, J General Electric Company into this
iioise. I field wonld have upon the local com-
Htops will alo be made of an hour orlpanv's business ot prospects, he said
two at intermediate points. Tho dele- j that it would not affect them in the
gation is doe in Chicago May 5. I least and gave as his reasons for say
ing this that,. in the first place, the
Setting a Prisoner Free. I Portland General had no intention of
A man with rheumatism is a prison- Metering this held with their power or
er. Ills fetters are none tftn 1ms irallmtr I i'-"T. "'r7 bccuiih
because thev are invisible. To him I permission from the county court to
Perry Davis' Painkiller I comes as a I string wires into this eity or to the city
berator. KubbAd wpII ihtn ih .vnl. I limits: and. in tne gecona Place, me
len. stiffened ioints it not merelv drives Portland eompany was not tn a posi-
awav the pain, it makes the muscles jtion to transmit power to this eity, for
pliable so that the prisoner becomes all'Rhts or anything else, for the reason
free man. There is but ohe Painkiller.
Perry .Davis 25 and 50 cents.
la to lore cfiBdrcnJ and no
happy without them. yt tho
orucai tniDOff a wmcn the ex
pectant mother most pass nsuallT is '
o fall cf stiff ering, danger and tear
that she looks forward to tho critical
hour with aoorehension anil dread.
tl!slhcr'o Fffesri hy its penetrating and soothing1 properties.
Hays ntnscx, nervousness, and all unpleasant Aelinss. and
prepares tao cystem tor tne
eroeal -that she passes through
the ercat safely and with but
. Uttl e suiTcriag, ' as numbers
have testlled and call Ht is
worth its wetta cld.w i.oo per
tctUa cf drsirti. Beefc ccsmiamj
Tslaille infcrmailsa. aaflcd free,
that they did not have power enough
to supply their present needs In Port
land and Oregon City. He states that
the? Portland company's power is ex
ceedingly limited and that tbey are
nn MmnUt tn constrnct in anxiliarv
homt Can be Completely' jsteam plant of 15,000 horse power in
. . i . ', lTnrtl!nl t snrmlv what demand al
ready exists without creating any new
demand. He also states that the Port
land company's object in securing per
mission to enter Salem with their pow
er aad lhts was an attempt to force
the; local company to purchase power
from them in the event of the construc
tion of the PortJand-Salem motor line
extension. His company has no fears
or grounds for fears of danger of com
petition fTom that source and is not
giving the matter serious thought.
A dispatch from Cellingham, Wash
ington, which appeared in the States
man of yesterday, chronicled the brutal
and cold-blooded murder of Fred I.
Dames, a butcher of that city, on Wed
nesday morning. He was killed in his
own meat' market, supposedly for bis
money, by parties unknqwn, who, after
lacerating his head in a horrible man
ner, drove a- steel nkewer through his
head. Mr. Dames, the murdered man,1
was not known here' to any great ex
tent but was formerly in business in
Portland.' Q, 1. Parrish, deputy clerk
in the office of the clerk of the state
land board, of this city,' however, is
well acquainted with him, in fact, has
known him since 1879 'when he was in
business in Bodie, California. Mr. Par
Hslr Whleniployed with him in New
Mex'ic,.i 1831-82, and kept books for
him. in. iiortland in 1901-02, and has
kept UTTouc'Swith him by letter at long
intervals for the past twenty jears.
In speaarng of his friend yesterday
Mr. Parrish said:
"Fred L. Dames was a union soldier
and well known, in the west from Texas
to British Columbia. He was born in
New York,' but s of German parentage.
At the a'e of IS years he enlisted in
the' uni'oh army and passed through
many battles losing t.bo second finger
of his left hand at the battle of Shiioh.
At the close of the war he came west
and has never heard of nor correspond
ed with any of his relatives. It is not
kno'wn wbether any survive him or net.
He rarely discussed or Referred to ! his
parents or early, life with his most J in
"He w'aVjin all of the principal min
ing cam'pT ituring the 70 's and 80 's, in
California and Nevada. I a 1878 he
went to Jicidie California, from Vir
ginia City, Nevada, where ho had been
during the mining boom. At Bodie he
was employed in the market of J. N.
Summers and Tom Richey for two
years and xhen opened a market for
himself. In 1880 he went to Las Vegas,
New Mexico, opening a shop there and
remaining but a year. In 1884 he Was
at Gunnison, Colorado, and 1885-6 at
Copper City, Californa. From there he"
went to Austin, Nevada, and then to
Port Arthur, Texas, where he remained
until 1896. He came to Portland in
1899, and conducted a meat market at
149 First street until early in 1903,
when he went to Bellingaaui, where ho
met his death so foully
"Mr. Dames was a butcher by trade
and a large, robust, clean man, of pleas-
ing appearance and fine business tact,
and, at the age of . 60 was capable of
doing a day's work equal to any' man
of 30. ne had no bad habits, retired
and arose early and was always atten
tive to business. He had a reputation
of running his business in a straight
forward and cleanly manner, and his
former Portland customers will 'doubt
less regret to learn of his sad fate. The
brutal robbers were undoubtedly poorly
paid for their heinous erime, as it was
the custom of Mr. Dames to daily de
posit his receipts in the bank.'.' '
, (From Wednesday's Daily.).
The 'state land board has been called
upon to act upon the question of .wheth
er the board has the authority to can
cel ft certificate of sale of state school
land in cases wherein there appears ts
be fraud upon the face of the transac
tion. This question was placed before
the board directly yesterday afternoon t
when James K. Sears of McCoy, Polk
county, made application for the pur
chase of J20 acres of timber land which
was sold bw the state as school land
four years ceo.
The records show that the land was
sold to Fred Palmer of thig city, on
March 14, 1901, and Mr. Sears alleges
in bis affidavit, which accompanies his
application for the purchase of the
land, that the application was fraudu
lent in that the applicant did not pur
chase the land for his own use and beu
efit, as the state law requires, but that
it was purchased for One W. D. Mohney
who furnished the money for the first
payment and to whom the certificate
was assigned. Mr. Sears raises the
question by entering a protest against
the issuance of 'tho deed of sale.
The land in question is situated in
the eastern part of this county, near
Klkhom, and is said, to be valuable
timber ,land. There are hundreds of
such cases upon thef records of the state
land office and aggregate several hun
dred thousand acres of school land. Mr.
Sears savs that he anticipates the ac
tion of the boaM in cancelling the cer
tificates in these cases and that be. ap
plied for the purchase of the land in
order to have the preference ritfht when
such action is taken. He states that
his three daughters will also make sim
ilar application in the course of a few
days for the purchase of other half sec
tions of land involved in transactions
of this nature.
It is auite probable that Attorney
General Crawford will pass upon the
questions submitted by the governor
last week, and which cover the points
involved in this case, in a few davs
when the board will be prepared to take
official action in the matter. In- the
meantime the Sears' application has
been taken under advisement indefinitely.
SIX . s Wrtso-
In Use For Over 30 Years.
DONE TO DEATH
POSSE KTIXS GATES BBOTHEES
WHO HELD UP OREGON EX.
PRESS A YEAR AGO.
j Messenger O'Nril, who .,.,,.,;,
I tance. The .then-en '-iiv,i f
aide hooty ami made 'their ; v
though ruitlv' pursued, the n$4
ing closely on their- trail wveraj .
From inforir.ntion d'i;iiticl f.
number of sources, t lie anth.iri;;,,
satisfied that the prim iji.-i! in t;w,
up werp uKiud, thev iW;ir,
.lames Arnett, alias lliirmit. ,
wore ffriel for tlieir (";t tun- ai.fi
8aM til TTav T?n Shnt Affjtr T?rViV.;n t
, . , iinrs nsKing ior tueir arret
Saloon in New Mexico Last Month li.w,t.i..-t
Notorious Bandits . Had
Heard Prom in Teck'.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 11. Ac
cording p Detective Thaeker of Well.n,
Fargo & j Co., the two Cates bfoflicrs,
who held up the Oregon oxpress at
Copley i March, 1904, wer shot and
killed lat month in New Mexico.
George and Vernon dates were resi
dents of Alameda county, . California,
and. 'members, of ..a respectable familv
at that place, their father being a
prominent mining man of ! Alameda
county. In March of last veai" the Ore-
jon express was'stopied at Copley, and
in their efforts to secure the treasury
box, the highwaymen shot a nit killed
Not Been J A saloon wan held v.u yut,
, . ii -x- ms"! i
f uortisritiM. i.y a una,!.
ni:ike.J men, and the proprirtt-t
visitors robbeil. A pos- m uh nt,
lo arrest the thieves and the f',
ft few I days l:it r were fv rt;ik i
Separ, N. M-, wlu ro a fiylit cri.u,
two of the ' KUSj'rts were kWbl
tective -Thaeki-r miis imt ifir.l
sembliinee of the defid nwi't,
Cates brothers, ;ind In-' Hent to
Mexico to make an in yrt initios,
has returned and says t lit m t from ti
scription if the bodies ami
marks of identitieation on th.m I
convinced that the nun wlm p
were the (Sates brothers. Arietta
ADS UK ING QUICK ."liSUU
"Little" Colds." Thousands of lives
sacrificed' every year. . Dr. , Voo-4 s
Norway Pine Syrup ures little eolds,
cures big colds too, down to the very
verge of consumption.
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR. PILES
Itching, Blind, Bleeding of Protru.I-
iug Piles., Druggists refund money . if
. PAZO OINTMENT fails to eure au-y
lease, no matter of how long standing,
jn 6 to 14 days. First application givee
ease and rest. 50 cents. If your drug
gist hasn't it send 50 cents in stamps
snd.it will be forwardel pcetpaid by
Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Jackson vUle. HL, Sept. 25, 1902.
Nearly three years ago, with a serious
attack of, illness, I was surprised to
'earn that 1 had dietes. Providen
tially, I was led to procure a botile
of Dr.- JL W Hall's specific for kidney
and bladder troubles, known as a Texas
Wonder. Less than half the $1.00 bot
tle effected a eomnlete and permanent
cure. Consequently, I believe it to be
a medicine of very great value.
L. B. Kent, Evangelist
One small bottle of the Texas Won
der, Half's Great Discovery, cures all
kidney, and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emis
sions, weak ' and lame backs, rheumt
tism and all irregularities of the kid
neys in both' men aad women, regulates
bladder troubles ia children. If not
'old by. your druggist, will be sent by
"a . A . .-k .... ,
mu on iKWpii Ol X. Small DOV-
tle is two, months treatment and sel
dom 1 1 Is to perfect a cure. Dr. E, W.
Hall, sole manufacturer, . p. O, Box
029, St. Louis, 7-fo. Send for testimon
ials. Sold by f 3 drugists and Stone's
drug stoxsv '
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I DEEDS RECORDED.
The following real esJSLte ; transfers,
aggregating tho consideration of
fi.33, have bech "filed fer record in the
office of the Marion county recorder:
W. P. Weir to A. J. Johnson, 42
acres in t 7 s, r 3 w; w d...... $4200
S. F. and E. P. Weir to A. J.
Johnson, 6Vi acres in t 7 s, r
3 w; w d.. 3000
J. and B. Guldan toJeter Flesch
inger, 30 acres in t G s, r 1 w;
w d 3000
R. E. L. Steiner et ux to P S.
.Knight, iand in block 22, Sa
lem; w d : i-. 20p0
T. T. and P. A. Mills to Joseph
Very, 6 acres in Marion coun- .
ty; w d..... . .. 1538
V. C. Hubbard et ux to C. A.
Wallaee, landt in University
addition to Salem ; w d.. . 1500
L. S Wirth ct al to II. J. Mut
,schler, land in Marion county;
' w d 1- 1425
G. G. and iM. Holmes to P. llig
gins, lot 8 and e Vi of lot !), fc.
S. F. F. No. w d. ......... . 1?50
J. H. Shults o Louis II beguin
10 acres in t 5 s, r 1 w; w d. . 825
Walter P. Weir to A. J. John
son, block 2, Turedo Park ad
'dition to Salem; w d. 800
J. M. and J. A. Austin to W. II.
Hanes, ,4.84 acres in Ben
Brown's Woods" addition to
Woodbnrn; . w d. 800
A. M. Olinger et al to (jnrad
Folk, 6.32 acres in t 7 s, r 3
w; w d. : 780
J. A. and K liernardi to F. Ii.
Siuthwick, land in Halem; .
w d , 700
Charles II. BiJrggraf to J. IJ. '
Fairbanks, lot 51 block 17, ( '
North Salem; w d,..
J. 11. and M. C. flettlemeicr to
Melanie ChappelleJ lots 5, 6, 7
and 8, Mock 8, Addition "C"
to Woodburn; w d. . . . i . .'. .
A. C. and R. E. Darby to II, II.
Wirth. lot 4,.block 8, Thomas'
addition to-Btayton ; w d . .
50 STYLES TO SELECT FROM
If wc Jrayent what you,
want, you can't get it in the
west. I WE MAKE THE
PRICE. WE SET TH E
PA(&. We guarantee sat
isfaction in suiting" your
taste, in the quality of our
goods and in prices.
IWtchell, Lewis & Staver Companj
ii-.', SALEM BRANCH
fjF. CA11EV, ianagtr, Salem, Or. . 21J-22-237 SU.Ie Si
'sr . W
j. ii. ana &i. oettiemcier to
Henry Cliappclle, lots C, 6 and
7, block 7, Addition "C" trf
Woodburn; w d. ............ J. 312
W. T. Gray et al to J. O. Estss, ,
land in Marion county; w . d,..-
Jess Leonard to George O. Hsrb
ing, lots 1 and2, block; 3,
Brooks; w d. .......... .44. .
T. and. 8. J. Sims to Beria
Wright, lots 8 and 9;blockJ22,
Englewood addition to Sa)om; ,
w d ..,.t..
G. 0. and J. Ebner to -Frank
Burch, lots S, 4, S and 4 block
' 3, J. W. Ebner's adoption -to
Mt."" Angel; w d. . ..V. ...-....
C. B. and &. IL Moore to A. C
McMillan, lots 1, 2;and 3, block
21, Highland addition to Sa
lem; w d ...
J. A. and M. B.;rok to B. K.
Ross, lot bloVk j 7, Highland
addition to Salejn: w d
P. and C. FellefioV.Wolfer, 1
- acre in t 5 s.'r.'l w; iw d
W. H. Hobson ,ii M. M. Powell,
land in WKkneys addition to
' Sta vton ; j-'c d
a F." Weir to W. P. Weir, land
in Marios' county; q e d..... . '-
A. EngolKa'rt , to ; T. Engelhart,
-35 acres in t5s,rlw;qe d. .
( STOP DRINKING!. '
STOP CHEWING TOBACCO.
STOP SMOKING! -
Tlicso Ihinrrs are made easy if yov y
' want to quit. If you havo rc lo
quit and abstain after"-1 d0"'1 wal
your money. ' !
. the great.liquor and tobacco remedy, will
take away from you all desire fur theu.se
of intoxicants or tobacco. You need not
go away' from hoino to use it. No ex
ptjrisive'board bills to pay. The cure J3
quick and permanent.
Remember TRIB will
' ? , cure you if you aro sincere in a defeiro to
ho cured. It is only $1250 for a com
plete treatment. - For sale by
J. Perry's Drug: Store
;- ; vSalem,; Oref:on