u v.T.r'.::i.T czrac:! cTATuziiAir, irmxr, afhil ib ises. ; I he City (FTora Wednesday's Daily.) . IScecutor Files Final Account ' ' - ' F. E. Shafer yesterday filed, his final account ia the Marion county probate court as executor of the estate of John A. Shafer, deceased. Judge Scott set May 13, at 1 o'clock p. m., as the time for bearing Objections to the account. ' . ;? ; Delegate to National Council -" : Governor Chamberlain yesterday ap pointed Dr.'H. E. Cnrrey of Baker City a delegate to "the council of medical education of the American Me ileal as sociation, to be held at Chicago April 20, of this year. The appointment was roarfe upon the recommendation of Sec retary Byron E. Miller, of the- state board of medical examiners, of whom tie governor inquired for suggestions aj to whom would be likely to. attend and the proper parties to designate.- pesires to Break Contract Mrs. W. I. Mereer has commenced 4n action in City Recorder Moores ' tanrtagainst Julius Voget to recover the n'm of $75" paid don on a contract to purchase two lots. The plaintiff al leges that through' Voget s agent, S. B. C'atterlin, she purchased lots 1 and 2, in block 2, of Knight's addition to Salem, upon the agent's representation that the lots were convenient and adkl Harentto a sewer. She claims that A after paying the sum of $75 upon the - contract to purchase the lots she foond that the property was not adjacent to a sewer and too low to make sewer con nection. C. W. Corby appears as at ' torney for the plaintiff. : (From Thursday's Daily.) Nieft Estate Appraised August Keil, William Fry and Henry Vojjht, the appraisers of the estate of Karl Henry Nieft, deceased, yesterday filed their report in the county court. The estate, consisting of real and per- appraised at $4000.60. Two Patients From Umatilla William II. Swan, aged 44, a harness : maker by occupation, and a resident of Denver, CoL, and Ham Johnson, ajed ib, a laborer and a native of Finland, were brought to the insane asylum from i.matillii county yesterday by Sheriff T. D. Taylor and one guard. , Authorized to Sell Property W. If. Queener, as administrator yes . terilay petitioned the Marion county pruliute court for authority to sell the jiersonal property belonging to , the es tate of the late Mary Haag. Judge Scott made an order in accordance with the petition and the administrator is to sell the property at public sale. Appraisers File Report The report of the appraisers died in the Marion county, court yesterday dhows that the property belonging to the estate of Isaiah Weaver, deceased, is valued at $1673.40, the real estate having been appraised at $1400 and the personal property at $273.40. The ap praisement was made by Li S. Lambert, tJeorge Weatherill and Samuel Darby. lamlHl Court Appoints Guardian Vpou the fetition of W. C. Miller, Frank Holmes of this city, who la the attorney for Miller, has been appointed uv the county court of Yamhill county guardian of the person and estate of ftaleigh M. Downe, who is said to be incompetent and unable to -properly transact his own business affairs. The ward is a son of the late Jennie M. Kellogg. Market Livens Up There was considerable stir in the matrimonial market yesterday, County t'lerk Roland being called upon during the day to issue three marriage permits. The documents to which, the clerk af fixed his signature were as follows: Harnard N. Lyman and Ida M. Macy; Jesse Macy, witness. Christian Olson and Kdna Banta; Jessie Benson, wit ness. Jacob Seifer and Lizzie Walker: Carl Walker, witness. Drug Store Changed Hands The Red Corner drug store, conducted bo long under the name of the Steiner l)rug company, at the corner of State and Commercial streets, in this city, changed hands yesterday F. A. Lepg roM the store to L. E. Hooker, and the new proprietor will have charge today. Mr. Legg has been in the drug business iu Salem for the past sixteen years, and he retires in order to enter the office of W. IX Pugh, the architect, as a part ner. Mr. Legg has been studying along this line for a. long time, and this is When a child I had a very severe at tack of Diphtheria, which came near prov ing fatal. Upon recovery the glands of th neck were very much enlarged, and aftei the free use of iodine, the right one wa reduced to its normal sise, but the left one continued to grow1 very slowly at first, until it was about the size of a goos egg, which began to press on the wind pipe, causing difficult breathing, and be came very painful. An incision was made and a large quantity of pus discharged. The gland was removed, or as much at could with safety be taken out. For tei years I wore a little piece of cloth about as inch long' in my ncckto keep the placs open. During this time I had to have il cut open by the doctor every time I took cold or the opening clogged. In the Spring or early Summer of 1SS4 I was persuade by my wife to use S. S. S., which I did, strictly in accordance with directions. 1 1 took twenty-six large bottles, and was en tirely cured, for I have not suffered since that time. B. S. RaCIAKD. Royal Bag Mfg. Co., Charleston, S. C Only a constitutional remedy can read an hereditary disease like Scrofula. Whes the blood is restored to a normal conditios and the scrofulous deposits are carried ofi there is a gradual return to health. S.S.S. is well known as blood purifier and tonic It is th 0 n 1 y guaranteed, strictly vegetable remedy sold. If yos have any signs oi Scrofula, write tu and our physician! will advise you f ztt Tbe Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, C PERTnfl SCfflif the work for which be is adapted and which pleases him. lite, will add ma terially to the reputation of Salem in this line, which, is already good. Mr. Hooker has been studying medicine. He will pursue his studies, and will also leara the .drug business. He will have a registered pharmacist in his prescrip tion department. Mr. Hooker is a pop ular and hustling young, man, ana he will ; without doubt make a success of his new business. He was formerly in the employ of the Electric Light, Power and Gas company, . and has lately worked in the same field in Oklahoma and Colorado. ; Is Prospering' v ; . Frank Conover, the well-known print er who resided in Salem for several years and is a son of Mrs. B. B. Con over, on Asylum avenue, is now num bered among the population of . Butte, Mont, where he and his family occupy a, trick residence which they built and owa. ; Frank: is .a traveling salesman for a large wholesale house the largest in that city and is one of the most trusted men empolyed. His salary Is $2000 and expenses, annually. T ' (From Friday's Daily.) No Damage Done - E. N.r Branson of Dallas was in the eity yesterday. Mr. Branson says the crops look all right there, and reports no uamage done by the reeent frost. - .i - - After Tea Tears Ten ,years ago Thomas n. B. Kays i rratam asked Kev. William Short this city if he would officiate at bis age, whenever that event should take Mace. The reverend gentleman consented and yesterday he fulfilled his promisfe when Mr. Kays was united in ge to Miss Mabel Zwk of Pra turn. The couple will reside at Pra'tum. ere Mr. Kays is engaged in car pentry work.. Suffers Loss The residence of John Edgar, on Oak Grove road, about four miles west of Salem, was burned to the ground Wed nesday at about 1 o'clock. There was no insurance. The estimated loss of the contents of the house is $300. Ed gar is a renter and has three small children an (ft he fire leaves him in close circumstances. Breeze Gibson is cir culating a subscription paper in Mr. Edgar's interest. A Busy Place On last Monday morning, Mr. A. A. Burton, proprietor of. the Salem brick yard, started theseason's work in the manufacture of brick. Home sixteen to eighteen men are now busy there, and the force will be increased ai the sea son advances. Mr. Burton hopes to pjet a kiln ready for "burning before the first of jMay. As was said some weeks ago, 'the output will be increased con siderably this year over last year. Returns Home Mrs. Esther Townsend and daughter, Miss SopKa Townsend, arrrVed in Sa lent on yesterday morning's train from Fossil, Or. Miss Sophia has recovered and her health seems quite good. She will rusticate at the home of her father, Charles Townsend of Rosedale. Her friends are very glad to hear of her recovery and return home. Her friends here would like by this means to I thank - her friends of Fossil and Condon for their kindness. Eastet Art Some of Salem's window dressers are artists at their business. This is, plain ly evidenced by the general beauty of the many fine show windows of the city. One of the most successful dis plays of 'this art, however, is that in one of the Court street windows of Jos. Meyers & Sons, the window being devoted to an Easter display. The en tire scheme is well worthy the arfist who planned it, and its execution is not only very attractive but interesting. Judge Burnett Holds Session Judge Burnett Celd a brief adjourned session of Department No. 1 of the eir cuit, court yesterday, then took ad journment until 9 o'clock Monday morning. There were no decisions ren dered in any of the eases under advise ment and but one order was made. In the case of J. F. Ilughes, executor, vs. Spore & Robinson et al., an action for money, the judge made an order al lowing the plaintiff's motion for judg ment against all of the defendants for want of answer. ' W. C. Miller Is Guardian In an item published in yesterday morning's issue of the Statesman, the head line of whieh read ".Yamhill (.Tourl Appoints Guardian," an error was made in Statin? that Frank Holmes, the attorney of this city, had been appointed guardian of the person and estate of Raleigh M. Downe, a son nf tne late Jennie M. Kelloir. who is said to be an incompetent person. In stead of Mr. Holmes, W. a Miller was armointed. the appointment being made Mr. Miller's own petition. Frank Holmes acted as attorney for Mr, Miller. . EARLY PIONEER PASSES AWAY. Mrs. Alfreds Vinton, a Former Resident ; of Salem, Dies at worm iioweu ; . i Prairie. Mrs. Alfred Vinton, who died at her home on North Howell Prairie on April a f iofis was ai?ed 57 years. 8he was a natie of Pennsylvania and moved to Iowa where sne was marriou to uwmr Lv Vinton in 1864. The same year they came to Salem, Or, and Boon after moved to Norfh Howell Prairie, where thev have sinee resifled-v ne was ne mother of eight ehUdren. The husband ami six f the children survive her: Charles W. of Portland, Walter A. of Antelope, Mrs. Mina Me II wain of 8a-. lem, Or, Cora A. Vinton and Mrs. Eva i 8tevcns, deceased; Mfs- AUry B. Waltman, George W. and Arthur O. Vinton of North Howell. Mrs. Vinton was quiet and unassuming in- her man ner and disposition, and was univerr sally loved and esteemed by all who knew her. The funeral was conducted by Rev." Mr. Jones of Brooks and inter ment was in ue Pioneer cemetery, near Farkersville. ; : : -" - ' , - - '.' ASTORIA ! Tor Infants and Children. " Thi ttniYca Hata Ah7ajs C::gfet Bears the T . VlLa-z- Signature WASFAVORABLE FALL SOWN CfiOPS SHOW WELL i EXCEPT IN -VEST FEW. PLACES. Season Is Much JEarlier Than Usual Nearly All ' Seed Is jn. and Making Good Advancement Reports From 5 Several Sections of the 8tate. The winter was favorable for fall sown eropn of grain and grasses, ex cept a few scattered looealities in the eastern sections, where the cold weather in February killed some grain that was not well protected ' by snow. The re seeding of these areas was soon after wards completed. .The fall grain which came through the winter unharmed is in excellent condition; the , plant is well rooted and it has stooled luxur iantly. Forage crops have made ex cellent growth and pastures and ranges afford abundant feed for stock. Lamb ing is well along and the losses have been slight. Goat shearing is nearly completed and an average clip has been secured.-? The season Is much earlier than usual and the farmers have their work well in hand.; Spring plowing has advanced rapidly and many farmers in the Wil lamette valley have their spring wheat all seeded. Early sown spring grain everywhere has come up to a good stand, and the grain crop generally is in a very satisfactory condition. Rapid progress has. also been made in planting gardens, and those planted early are making good : advancement. Hops are doing well and the cultivation of the yards is in active progress; some vines are far enough advanced for training and twining, and this work now re quires considerable : attention. Corn planting has just started in Southern Oregon. ! Several frosts occurred during the past few days and fruit, whieh is gen erally in bloom, has suffered to some extent; reports, as to the amount of damage are conflicting, but apparently peaches have been injured the most. Peach, plum and pear trees have bloomed very full, while the apple trees are not so full of blossoms as usual. The soil is now in excellent condition for plowing and germination, but more rain will be needed before long, as it is drying out rapidly. Coast District. Doraville. Columbia County. f.Toa. i ounty, Hackenberg. Weat her favorable for PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY SOME OF THE RELIABLE MEN AND CONCERNS OF OREGON'S METROPOLIS. EYE SPECIALIST. D.CtioiEHSoiflilaigo Eym slall Hss opened in Port land, Orefon. Bett In the Northwest. Call and see him. 130 STnth t. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES. Blumaoer Frank Drag Co Portland, OTegon, is . headquarters for Photo graphic Supplies, Century, Premo, Po co. Blair and Eastman Cameras. Ev ery requisite for the Professional and Amateur Photographer. Write for complete catalogue. growth of all grain and grasses; or chards in bloom or beginning to bloom; fruit outlook good; cattle from fair to poor, but improving. Trask, Tillamook County, F. J. Gobar. Weather . favorable for all crops; grass, grain and early gardens growing well; cows freshening and increased supply of milk being delivered to all creameries; fruit trees beginning to bad and bloom; strawberries in excel lent condition. Point Terrace, juane County, S. J. Allison. Weather warm and spring like; farmers busy planting gardens; carry gardens doing well; cherries, plums, pears, peaches, currants and some apples in full bloom; grass grow ing nicely; all stoe in good condition. Myrtle Point, (ko County, L. Strong. Weather rather eool, but suitable for farming operations; grain and grass at least one month earlier than usual; con siderable plowing being done; a greater number of creameries running now than usual; stock in good condition; fruit prospects good; berries in boom. Corbin, Curry County, W. T. White. Weather all that could be wished for, and all crops doing nicely; fruit trees forward and in good condition; stock excellent; grass fine. Willamette Valley. Sandv. Clackamas County, P. R. Meinig. Fall grain is extra good and spring sown is growing nicely; weather very favorable for spring sowing; po tato planting progressing rapidly; I run promising; grass growing fast. DiHev. Washington County, F. II. Maury. Weather, favorable; fall grain looks fine; early, spring sown up and in-owing: all fruit trees in full bloom; light frosts, bat so far no damage has resulted; early, garsens look fine. MeMinnville, Yamhill County,; D. Stout! Cold: rains and frost eaused winter wheat to turn yellow and it needs sunshine and warmer weather; does not look so well as it did ten mvs ago; fruit seems to be plentiful on the trees, and unless injured by later frost the crop promises well; spring seeding being pushed. Philomath, Benton ijounxy, w. lr. Boles.Early gardens look well; onion crop has a good stand; fruit uninjured and gives indications of a heavy yield; hop yards being cultivated. Alonmoutn, i'oik vouniy, w. j. juoran. Fine growing : weather; some light frost, but no damage; grain nearly all ' .... 1 ;.r II sown; ground in gooa ronuiuua, m grain and grasses growing wdL ' Gervais, Marion County, Scott Jones. The week has been : a fine one and powing has been resumed preparatory to sowinz cats and barley: hop. yards have been plowed one-' rt ing to plow a second time; hops grow ing fast, being - two feet; twining tbe yards preparatory to training the vines has begun. . t ' 1 Brownsville, Linn .; county,, xeier TO BRACE YOU UP During these Spring wwmth yon need Hostetter's Stomach. Bitters.. No mat ter whether you are young or old, rich or poor you 11 find it the ideal medicine to sharpen the appetite," rid the system of winter impurities, or to overcome that "tired feeling." There's noth ing : like it for curing Belching, Bloat ing, Heartburn. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Colds, Spring Fever or Grippe. Try a . bottle today. Avoid substitutes. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Hume. Weather fine for crops; every thing growing nicely. ; Wiklwood, Lane County, J. T.' Hunt. Grain of all knds looks fine; grass on range good; potato planting and gardening in progress; ground ia fine condition; clover and alfalfa look well; fine outlook for alt kinds of fruit. Southern Oregon. ' . Applegate, Jackson County, John W. PernoLL All crops, looking well; fruit not damaged by frost - and well ad vanced : some early potatoes being Elanted; early gardens growing nicely; ops doing well; considerable acreage will be seeded or reseeded to alfalfa. Dryden, Josephine County, II. S. Mastin. Weather nice and warm until Friday, when a change to cooler oc curred; there was a heavy frost Satur day morning; early fruit may fc badly injured; grain and grasses growing nicely; stock on range doing well; early gardens up; strawberries blooming. Columbia Elver Valley. Simnasho, -Waseo County, J. O. Ash enhurst. A good shower at the be ginning of the week and warmer weath er since have caused grain and pastures to advance rapidly. Condon, Gilliam County, F. B. Stev ens. Weather fine; "fall wheat doin well; very little injured by freezing; plowing and sowing for spring crops well advanced; large quantity of sod being plowed; early gardens planted; fruit crop injured by frost; ground in good condition to work; stock doing well. Moro, Sherman County, H. W. Strong. '. Heavy frost first of week; weather very dry; fall sown wheat badly dam aged by freezing, necessitating reseed-j mg; tnere will De a large acreage or spring wheat sown; fruit of all kinds in. good condition. . Adams, Umatilla County, Cj S. Fer guson. Crops in fine condition; so far wheat never looked better for the time of year; ground in fine condition; pas- RESTAURANTS. Melrose Restaurant snd Quick Lunch Room. Surpassing coffee. Neatness and Dispatch our motto. 270 Alder street, opposite , Hotel' Belvedere, Portland, Oregon. When in Portland patronise the Perkins Restaurant. Our service is second to none at popular prices.- Give us one trial and realize how nice we will treat you. D. M. Watson, Prop. WEDDING CARDS. Wedding and -visiting cards and mono gram stationery. W. G. Smith & Co Washington Bldg, Portland, Oregon. Legal Blanks at Statesman Job Otfiee tures doing well; stock of all kinds ex cellent; fruit trees are beginning - to bloom, except peaches, which were killed; some gardens are up. Pateau Region. , Snmmerville, Union County, C. T. Colt. Weather warm and all vegeta tion making rapid growth; wheat being seeded; all work being pushed along rapidly; range, looks nne and stock im proving. Ashwood, Crook Connty, James Wood. Crops look well; nights a trifle frosty; days warm; rain needed; fruit trees are very backward; early gardens good; stock of all kinds doing well; grass on ranges better than usuaL - State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, as. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing, business hi the city, of Toledo, county and state afore said, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY, 8 worn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De cember, A. D., 1886. A. W. GLEASON, (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, and acts directly on the blood and mueous. surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY k CO, Toledo, O. . Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family, Pills for con stipation. FOLLOWS WELL BLAZED TRAEL George Miller, Early Pioneer of Oregon, , Dies at His Home in , Marlon. - . To the large number of empire build ers that, have already joined the great majority has been added George Miller, whose defeth occurred, at his home in Marion Monday. He was 73 years, 11 months and 15 days'old at the time of his death. A large arid sympathizing number of his old friends' gathered to assist at the last sad rites of interment, whieh was pear' ' Shelborn - yesterday. The funeral serrices were conducted by Rev, B. F. Hinshaw of Marion. : Deceased was born in Glasgow, Scot land, April 24, 1831, and came to this country in 1849. He crossed the plains to Oregon the next year and later moved to California. He remained in. that state but a short time, returning to Oreeon. where he married Miss Eliza beth Harris on Msy 16, 1867. To this marriage - were born nine children, Hirry II, Malvin Hell, Huisie, ueorge A, Irene, John M-, Lizzie F. and Chris teaa, four of whom are living. AN INNOVATION SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY 13 installing new telephone system; on lines. Throngh Agency of Railroad Telephone ' Trainmen Are Able to Get Communi cation With Any Telegraph Office on Line and Report Accidents. ---1 Through the agency of a new emer gency telephone system, which has just been adopted by the Southern Pacifie company, and which is now being in stalled, the operators in every station on the line as well as the train dis patcher's office, will have direct com munication with every train, on the road at all times - not matter whether they be between stations, side-tracked, wrecked or otherwise. This, system is a recent invention and is used upon only two or three of the eastern rail roads but one. ox the first instruments of the latest event in railroad innova tions was installed in the scent's of fice of the Southern Pacifie company's passenger depot of this city yesterday, The Southern Pacific company is tb first on the coast to adopt this syst n--tit:!p!v--9 Tlir.tht'w tern up to the standard of the best pail- roads pf the east. It-is a very simple ilevice yet it may be the means of sar ing many lives and the company thou sands of dollars ia expenses by redue ing the danger of wrecks and other ae cidents to the minimum. Besides, by simply booking a jointed pole over tne telegraph wire at any point upon the line wherever they may be, the crews of the trains may speak to any of the telecrapb operators on tbe system, or the head office and receive running or ders, in case there is no telegraph sta tion near. First System Adopted in West. The system is just being installed and has not been put in , general working order as yet. 'When it is finished every ticket office on the road will be equip ped with a telephone and every caboose and passenger train will be equipped likewise. The instruments are connec ted with the main telegraph wire of the line and is cut in on the switch board. Whenever a train becomes laid out on a sidetrack between " stations. where there is no telegraphic communi cation all that is necessary is for some member of the crew to take a specially devised, jointed and insulated pole and hook it over tbe telegraph wire and at tach the other end to the instrument on the train and the trick is done. All they have to do is ring and they have connection with the whole line of tele graph offices. . The nearest office, of course, will an swer and through this office the train will procure orders to proceed upon its journey. The orders may either be transmitted from the office of the train dispatcher direct, by telephone to the tram conductor, or sent to the nearest station by wire and then relayed, by J telephone to the train. . j-'or tms pur pose specially designed order blanks have been printed and there is no pos sibility of a mistake being made as every word of the orders must be re peated back to the operator Derore an o. k. can be obtained. This system of telephoning will not onlv .be invaluable in case 01 a iTain oeing sirauueu w tween stations, which, at the present time often causes delays of two-or three hours because of a belated regular train, but it will do excellent service in case of wreck or other accidents be tween stations when immediate assis- l&nce is needed. No Enemy of the Operator. When the railroad, telephone first put J opetntors, however, has been entirely overcome and the telephone is being looked upon merely as tbe railroad man's friend and an urgent necessity and pleasant convenience to the system of uD-to-date manaeemeni. The tele phone, as a transmitter of orders has been giyen a thorough test by the large eastern railroads and it has been round to be not so satisfactory or successful as the telecrrph system and the teie , ! vV". . ,,on .r, p7 77 7" "J," fl".7 "ETiie"LlI,we W6t f tb limu rri five kcucichi t 1 No Signal System Tet. i M. " 1 . 1 4 A l. I inere is no uen inarumruv 10 ir 1 office telephones and the operators srj I called bv the Hotter of the telegraph I instrument, which is civen by a turn I of the crank the same as any other tele- j in its appearance it was thought that 'K agamsi nam esiaie are re it would operate to transplant teleg- quested to present the same to the un raphy as a means of transmitting train "'S? tthe If- ofRe of John 11. order and place the telegraph operator L. MeNary, Bush-Breyman bloek, on ihe lit of has-beens. This appre- Dregon, j duly verified as re hension on the psft of the telegraph r h7 law, within six months from phone. me teiepnone may De usea 1 ion county, vn-egon, as iue piace ior 1 xry. Throusjli. the use of these harm while the teleirraph instrument is In I hearing said final account and all ob- 1... MmiiM vi. use and the only interruption is that caused oy ine nner wnen vB t.k given, iuub uiuj ii uuwiuio i wv ihe wire for telephoning snd telegrpn .nsr.st 'the same time. The Salem of fice phene is connected up in worklrg otrer and yesterday tn local agent, Mr. Commegys, held a brier eon versa tion with the train dispatcher in Port land. It is not expected that th sys tem will be completed and ready for general operation for a couple of weeks but the company .is working hard Xo lve the new addition to the alraJv excellent service installed at the ei'If 1 st poHLle date. At present the roraiiee Company, of Maaehester, Eng tem of rirging is very erode ss er y boad, desiring to cease doing business iper-ior i. fpre it is known who is wanted bat a V V i liT. IV? fw whieh w11 be not altogether unlike that Kidney trouble often ends fatally,! uh uj fuwwre i iikii nttiHB. ".lwiLuuiiw us aeposit - iron xne saiu 1 11. woize or near u rove, Ja-, eneatea 1 death. He says: "Two years sgo II baa riidney lronDie, wnica cansea me 1 great pain, suffering and anxiety, but I I took Electric Bitters, whieh effected I a complete cure. 1 nave, aiso zouna 1 them of great benefit in general debil ity and nerve trouble, and keep them I eonstnally on hand sinee, as I find they have no egnal." Daniel J. Fry, drug gist, guarantees mem st oue. TO CITRS A COLD UN ONE DAT Take LAXATIVE "BROMO OUININE I "f"d ry" " x"" w. enre . -. SO. E. W. Grove's signature is on eaeh b. 25 eeatS. I Legal Blanij at Statesman Job Office New Today FOB SALE GOOD CHEAT HAY, $11 per ton. P. l. Uouley, Brooks, or. EGGS 'WAJJTED.-WE ARE NOW buying eggs; call on us for prices before you sell. ' Commercial Cream Companny. " ' FRESH COWS AND SOME HEIFERS . for sale of trade- for good brood mares. Will pay difference. L J. Shippy, Marion, Or, ' . ...I at pace 250 of book 40 of the deed REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES. I M l,, ;f Mmrion eounty, Oregon; prepared to nuy gooa purcnase money mortgages on any class of real estate. H.'E. Noble, Commercial Block, Port - land, Or,:.-..-; I WANT TO BUY LIVE HOGS AND Eigs, also docks, spring enieaena, anaipi.sa acres of land more or ies. ens. I will car the highest cash! That sealed bids for said above do- price for same, Quong Iling, 254 Lib - erly street, Salem, Oregon. A PAYING PROPOSITION. IF YOU have $10 or $100 or $1000 to invest in a dividend paying proposition that rill-grow fast ia value, send 6e post-1 for prospectus to Hot. 3UU, isaiew. vregon. -v TnE capital improvement co. do a general transfer business. We hava wood fiber nlaster. Also Boche Harbor lime for snravinir. General builders' and contractors' supplies. Front and Chemeketa streets. REPORT CARDS OUR SCHOOI RE- port cards are printed to fit the school register. The prices are: Twelve cards for 10 cents; twenty- five for 20 cents: one hundred for 75 ents. Statesman Publishing Co, Sa lem, Oregon." THE PACIFIC COAST TEACHERS' Bureau can supply good teachers on short notice. School boards in need of teachers should write to us for further information. Teachers furn ished without; cost to the district. Address Chas. II. x Jones, Salem, Or. 1 FARM FOR SALE. A farm of 167 acres, three miles southwest of Stay- ton in Linn eounty, Oregon, Ninety- five acres in cultivation, balance open pasture land. Good improvements. Price 370O. Inquire of F. E. Gallo way, Staytom, Oregon. NOTICE. NOTICE -.-IS HEREBY given th!at 1 will deposit on the 1st day of May, 1H05, the sum ox fifteen i hundred! dollars ($1500.1)0) in the Bank of the New York Kecuritv & Trust (Company in the city of New lork, !JN. 1, for tbe puriuse of re- deeming and -paying bonds One, Two and Three of School District No. 9 of Coos county, Oregon. No- Interest will be allowed after 1st day of May. 1605. J. H. Dulley, Treasurer Co flounty, Oregon. Dated April 1st, 1105. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR 1 ehickeos, geese, ducks and all kinds! ' of farm produce at Capital Commis- ! sion Co, 259-257 Commercial St., Sa ! lem, Oregon. Phone 2231. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO PRESENT CLAIMS. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned have been appointed by the county court of Marion county, Oregon, co-executors of the estate of Isaac M. I Wagner, deceased, and all persons bav- Dated at Salem, Oregon, this '14th 1 dav or April, jtnis. 1'JllLiU AI. WAGNER, ' j Executor. ESTHER A. NEAU Executrix ' of tbe estate' of Isaac M. Wagner, deceased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given that the nn- driiened has this day hied in the Coanty Court of the State, of Oregon for the Coftnty of Marion hi. final ae- 4. m a L , m - . - .n.i .1 j 1 - a . . . I I ueceaseu, ana mat saiu uion nai nxeu 1 Saturday, the 15th day of April. 1905. ac the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. as the I time, and the County Court room in the! County Court House in Salem, in Mar- jeetions thereto , -"T f 'uu lu'" f v- A. O. Condit. Executor of the last will and testament of Elizabeth T. Hoise, deceased. Notice of Intention to Withdraw Insur ance Deposit by the Manchester As rnrance Co., of Manchester, England. To Whom It May Concern: In ae- cordanee with the requirements of the law of the State of Oregon, relative to td. i herebv riven that the Manchester As. withrn the state of Oregon, inrende to withdraw its deposit with me treasurer ot W Bd will, if no claim .:,, ' .v.iiV- i.v the Insurance Commissioner, within six fnl months from th Amw tf Itenin. the first publication of this notice to treaaurer. Dated at Salem. Or., this 20th dav of I ueeemDer, 190. MANCHESTER ASSURANCE CO. B FRANK J. DEVLIN, Attorney in art. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY. Notice is hereby given that the an- dersigned administrator of tbe estate! o John Ashmead, deceased, under and Court of the 'state ot Oregon fr the 7? A" . , . 5 r teVrdTwSahTom Condit in the Grav Block in Raiem. nr.. sutor,ia h ok AnrJ 1mS h l.n.,r nf Ifl n'.ln-k a. m. of said day, sell at private sale the following described real property situated in Marion "county, state of Oregon, to-wit: Beginning at a point chains H. 0 degrees 15 minutes W. from the N. W. corner of the IX L. C. of John Baum and wife, in T. 8 8., K. 2 W. of the W. M. in Marion county, Oregon, and running thence N. 2 degrees :'.J minutes E. 7.M chains to the middle of the county road leading from S:ilem to Turner; thence S, 31 decrees, K. 3 chains to an angle ia said road; thence S. 42 degrees, E. 9.7 chains to an angle; thence S. 27 degrees SO minutes, E. 57.26 chains along said county road; thence N. SS degrees 13 minutes W. 16.82 chains to the strip of land con veved to the O. k C. R. R. Co. by C"ll. Lewis and wife, by deed recorded I th-eBl.e north wetcr!v along the east 1 1-Mi0tary. of K." R !o.'a said strip 1 lb - iin of t, 1). I C. I of John! Baum and wife; thnce .V. o decrees 05 minutes K. 15..H chains to I the place of beginning and containing 1 scribed real property will be received by me up, to the time alwive indicated. Terms of sale, cash in hand on day of sale. IV. T. Riehes, . Administrator of the Estate of John Asbtnead, Deceased. SHERIFF'S SALE' OF REAL PROPERTX. Notice is herebv given that by virtue of an execution duly isfiied out of the Circuit Curt of the Klate of "regon, for tne county or Marion, ana 1 to me directed on the 14th day of Mar.h im,, upon a judgment and urrrro iiuir reniereu, rnirrrti ui rn wru and docketed in ami by said court on the 6th dav of March. 19U3, iu a cer- tain suit then in said court enuing, wherein Christopher A: II. Kinhor was plaintiff and May I. Smith and A. Hmith were defendants in favor of plaintiff and against said defendants by which execution I am commanded to sell the property in said execution and hereinafter described to pay the sum doe the plaintiff of fifteen hundred nineteen and 90-100 (151M0) dollars, with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from the f.th day of March, 190.1, until paid, together with the costs and disbursements of said suit taxed at twenty-two and C0 100 ($22.G0) dollars and costs and ex penses of said execution. I .will on (Saturday, the 15th day of April, 190.1, at the hour of 11 o'clock ii. 111.' of said day, at the west door of the county court house in Salem in Marion eounty, Oregon, sell lit pidli auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand on the day of sale, all the-right, title, interest and estate which said defendants May D. Smith and A. C Smith und all per sons claiming under them suhseqiieut to the Cth day of March, 1 '.)", in, of and to said premises hereinl-rfore men tioned aro described in said execution as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the east line of the Donation- Jjund Claim of J. tu Iarrish and wife nt a stake set for the N. E. corner of a tract of laud conveyed by S. B. Iarrih to Geo.l. Holman by deed of date the th day of March, 1S77, recorded in Marion county record book of deeds "'2 on page 160K thence North 0 deg. 45 niin., west 10 chains; thence west 5 chains; thence south 0 deg. 45 in in. east 10 chains; thence east 5 chains to the place of beginning and containing 5 ncres ot land situated in T. 7 H. Jt. 3 W. of the Willamette Meridian in Marion county, Oregon. Said sale being made subject to re demption in the manner provided by law.. Dated this 15th dav of March, 100.1. W. J. Culver, Sheriff of Marlon County. Oregon. STATESMAN CLASSIFIED ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS. White Pine and Tar with Menthol for Coughs and Croup. F. O. H ASS, 96 State St., Salem, Or. DR. C. GEE ID This wonderful Chines doctor is oallea great be eauae he cures peo ple without opera, tlon that are given up to die. He cures with thos wonder- r,Tj , 1 fnl CnlncM' nrbsu roots, buds, bark ud verstalkleA. t.t mrm .n,iMiv nn. known to rrrT"!! science In this coun-, knowS the action ot over 600 different ramedlee which he successfully uses In different diseases. II guarantees to curs catarrh, asthma, lunar, throat. rheumatism, nervousness, stomach, kldnar bladder, remala trouble, lost manhood, all private diseases; has hundreds of tesUmonlala. .Charge moderate. Can and see hint. Consultation free. Patients out of the city write for blank and circular. Enclose stamp. Address The C O Wo Chines Medi cine Co., 251-253 Alder St., Portland, Oregon. Mention this padss. IThie carefully. We liave all the building material necessary for your house. VOUr Orders will be ?l(1 VVUy and Care thUn ill toe selection 01 your lumber. . THE VOGET LUMBER & FUEL COMPANY Office 97 State 8trrt Tard Fourteenth and Oak Et ' Phone Main 2131.