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To School Directors :
The Pacific Coast Teachers' Bureau
can furnish yon a good teacher free of
charge. 'For further information ad-
, dress Chas. II. Jopet, Salem, Oregon.:
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(From Wednesday 'a Daily), j
goes on Account
T. A. Morris is th plaintiff in an ac
tion for money commenced against John
al in Judge Burnett's department of
the circuit eonrt yesterday. The plain
tiff sues to recover the sum of $52,50,
which be claims is due on an account
he holds against the defendant. He
asks judgment fori the amount With in
terest at the rate of O. per cent per an
uurn from.8eptember 4, 1901. The com
plaint was filed through Attorneys John
A. Jeffrey and Charles E. Lenon.
Not Under Peace Bonds , ' .
Elvin Arnold of Howell prairie, was
ia the city yesterday and aaya that
(Jofltav F. Pottratz ia claiming be is
under $1000 bonds to keep the peaee.
Mr. Arnold says this is untrue, as he is
under $100 bond to appear before the
circuit court at the October term to
answer to the eabrge of threatening to
kill. The peace bond wan released by
Judge Geo. H. Burnett on August 3,
under a writ of review t proceedings.
Mr. Arnold claims that the original
charge was based on nothing and has
no fear of the results of the coming
examination at the October term of
Asks Judgment for Kent
For the purpose of collecting rent
whi'h ho claims is due and oving. F.
M. Town?pn'l yesterday commenced na
action in department No. 1 of the cir
cuit court tor Marion county against
(Jn S. Lake. In his complaint the
plaintiff recites that? on October 20,
19)t!," he rented this undivided one
seventh interest in 170 acres of land
in .Spring Valley, Polk county, to the
ilefondant, rho agreed to pay a rea
snmblo cash rent for the us of the
land. The plaintiff alleges there is now
hie the sum of $121.40, and asks judg
ment a';in?t the defendant for that
amount. Hi? case is being conducted
ir Attorneys V. II. and Webster
Hon. Henry St. treorge Tucker, who
haa been clionn president of the. James
town Exposition Company, of James
town, Missouri, to succeed General Fitz
hugh Lee, deceased, is a personal friend
and classmate of Governor "Chamber
lain. He was a student of theJ Wash
ington and Lee university law school
of Lexington, Kentucky, and graduted
in the same clasa with Governor Cham
berlain, in 187(5. At present he ia dean
of the school of law and diplomacy of
ttcorge Washington university !of Wash
ington, I). C, and succeed hits father
to that bonorous position. Jamestown
will hold an cxitositiou in 1907 in com
memoration of the 300th anniversary
of its settlement.
(From Thursday's Daily).
In the City
Leonard Walker and wife, from near
Marion, were in the city ycVterlay on
faminea. Mr." Walker ia a stable farm
er of the southern part of the county.
Hops Out of Way
The hop harvest in the yard of D.
Minto, on Minfo inland, was finished
yesterday afternoon. The . hops were
of very fine quality ami were gathered
in good shape. ' i
Local Has Trouble
The Eugene local, owing tt several
trorblesome accidents to the cmgine and
car boxings, pulled into this city ono
hour and forty minutes late last "even
ing. The train has been making good
time of late between Portland and
Kugene, and it is an unusual happen
ing for it to lose so much time.
Suffers Sprained Knee
While attempting to lift a heavy
sack of gain down from the pile, in
bis feed store, vesterdav afternoon, I.
A. White, of the firm of I. A. White
& Son, suffered an injury to his left
knee which, although not serious, will
lar him up for an indefinite ieriod. The
sack liped - from his grasp and fell.
striking him upon the side of the leg
and rausinz a sprain to his knee so
severe that, he could not walk.
Business Keeps Up
The matrimonial market in Marion
conntv continues active and hardly a
day passes by but what - new "con
tracts" are entered upon the records
in the county clerk's office. Three li
censes were issued by County. Clerk
Roland yesterday, the principals and
their respective witnesses being as fol
lows: T. L. f'onjade and Ruby Donald
son, P. H. Fitzgerald, - witness; Joel
Hart and Myrtle Ferguson, Theodore
Becker, witness; Henry H. Hewitt and
Mrs, W. A. Laughead, Wylie A. Moores,
After Twenty Tears
. HVA. Wheeler and wife of Indian
apolis, Ind., are visiting in Salem and
vicinity for a few weeks. Mr. Wheel
er is at the. present time a wholesale
meat dealer in Indianapolis. Twenty
or more years ago, in company with
kis brothc, W. D. Wheeler, now of
North Salem, he was a memher of the
firm of Wheeler Bros., conducting the
Franklin market, opposite The States
man office. Wheeler Bros, sold out the
market to West Bros., and they sold to
E- C. Cross, who haa been in the "busi
ness ever since. The visitors from
Indianapolis can see many changes
since he lived in Salem and did busi
"Hit the Trail"
JaVe Mitchell, warehouseman for. the
Salem Flouring' Mills Company, and
Will Bennett, engineer at the water
wrka, will leave for Portland this
morning lo make a thorough inspection
ot the big Fhow. It was decided upon
before leaving that Jake should act as
treasurer for tti t n; n tk nur-
ho stood tho test 25 years.
fcottles Dlicc of
Enclosed vrith every bottle fa a Ten Cent, pexxng or wrve
ehasing, such , at shooting the chutes
and other amusements, will be up to
Jake to make the dicker. The boys ex
pect to have a glariou time; and win
endeavor to return to this eity in first
wouhiod, inougn broke.
V i -
Partition Suit en Trial
The partition suit in which L. F. and
w. H.: Butler appear as plaintiffs and
Rachel A- Patton and others ,are ie
fendanta, was bearer in department No.
2 of the state circuit court for Marion
county yesterday. Testimony was tak
en and the attorneys submitted their
argnmenta after which Jndge Galloway
took the matter under advisement. The
suit was brought to secure the parti
tion of a tract of land near Anmsville,
in which the late Matilda Butler held
a dower interest. The principal point
at issue is as to whether the land should
be divided or sold to satisfy the claims
of lue respective parties interested. A.
O. Condit and John W. Reynolds ap
pear in the case as attorneys for the
plaintiff, while the interests of the de
fendants are being looked after by At
torneys Carson & 'Cannon. 1
Had a Narrow Escape
Miss Edith Holman, the accommodat
ing "hello girl" on the night shift at
the local telephone office, narrowly es
caped serious injury yesterday after
noon, but, fortunately, there were no
serious results and she came out with
only a severe fright and sorely sprained
and bruised back. She was in the act
of crossing the street at the intersec
tion of State and. Commercial when her
attention was attracted to an approach
ing ear and she stopped to allow it to
pass. She was so absorbed in this ob
ject that she did not hear nor see the
approach of a heavy truek from be
hind, which was so close upon her that,
notwithstanding the efforts of the driv
er to avoid a collision, the end of the
tongue struck her in the middle of
the back. Had the driver of the truck,
who was not blamed for the accident,
not stopped the team as he did she
might have been seriously injured, and
it was also fortunate for her that she
did not receive a more severe blow in
the back from the tongue.
(From Friday's daily.
No Change in Market-
The market price for wheat in the
Willamette valley has not changed and
the priee i still standing at 59 cents
and 61 cents. The Capital City Flout-
Alills in tms city is paying 63 eents
for extra high grade wheat, but the
market price in general throughout the
valley stands firm at 61 cents.
Deputy Warden Gets Busy
Charles Tucker of thia city, is ac
cused by Deputy Game -Warden George
u. Miles of hunting without a license
Mr. Tucker admits being out with the
gun but says he was not hunting pheas
ants and that when aecosted by the
deputy warden he was upon his own
premises. The case will be beard in
Justice Turner's court at 10 o'clock
monday morning, and the accused man
will be defended bv Attorney J. A
Local Traffic Heavy
The Eugene local last evening con
aiated of fifteen day coaches and two
engines, making the longest train the
local has ever run during the fair sea
son. Owing trt the extra heavy traffic
the local arrived at, this station forty
minutes benind time, being twenty min
utes late out of Oregon City, and con
tinued to losejime irom that point to
this city. The grades are heavy near
Aurora, making it very difficult for two
engines to pull a heavy train and make
Case Comes up Today
mi . .
ne case or the state of tlregon vs.
Frank Stastny will come up for pre
liminary hearing at 9 o'clock this morn
ing in the Salem justice court. The de
renilant is accused by W. R. South of
fcio, of obtaining money under false
pretenses oy issuing a check on the
Oregon State bank ' of Jefferson, in
which he had no money. Mr. Stastny
is out under bonds of $250 furnished
by A. Hofer and E. W. Hazard of
this city. J. A. Finch has been retained
as attorney for the defendant.
Of Interest- to Hunters
i P io closing lime last evening
county t'lcrlc J. w. Roland had issued
a total number of 588 hunters' licenses.
The largest number issued in one day
sine the books were opened was on
Atignst 29, when thirty-six sportsmen
applied for permits. So far no license
has been issued in this county to a
non-resident. The open season for the
different kinds of game birds and ani
mals are as follows: Grouse and pheas
ants of all kinds, October 1 to Decem
ber 1; ducks, geese and swan, Septem
yer 1 to February 1; buck deer, August
15 to November 1; does. September 1
to November 1; silver gray squirrels,
October 1 to January 1. It wi. be un
lawful to kill elk until 1907 and beaver
are (protected until 1925. Tt is unlaw
ful to sell any kind of game; to kill
more than ten upland birds in one day;
to kill more than fifty ducks, geese or
swan in one week? to hunt deer at
night or with dogs at any time; to kill
more than fiva deer in $ne season, and
WOOD At the Salem hospital. Salem,
Or., Thursday, September 21, 1905,
at 9:30 o'clock p. m., to Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Wood, a (12 pound) boy.
Mr. Wood is a student of the medical
department of Willamette university
and resides at Seventeenth and Chemek
eta streets. .
HEWITT-LAUGH EAD At the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moores,
on South Cottage street, Salem, Or.,
Wednesday, September 20, 1905, Mrs.
W. A. Laughead -to Judge H. H.
Hewitt of Albany, Or.
HART-FERGUSON -At the office of
the justice of the peace, Salem, Or.,
Wednesday, September 20, 1905, at
2 o'clock p. m.. Myrtle Ferguson to
Joel Hart, Justice of the Peace H.
H. Turner officiating. - : - '
! Avis Sales ovxrjtoo ci a Half LEgoa
to hunt any kind of game animals or
birds without a license, exeept upon
your own land. ,
DEEDS RECORDED. -
The following , real estate transfers,
Aggregating- the consideration of $6,143,
have been filed for record in the office,
of the Marion county recorder: '
a W. and R. MeNamer to H. E.
-Martin, 140 acres in t 8 s, r 2
I. and M. C. Bnmgardner to E.
and R. Frazier, land in block .V
59, Salem; w. d. 800
W. E. and T. E. Brown to E. M.
McCarnack, block 2, Knighte'
: addition to Salem; w. d. ....' 530
J. W. and T. K. Watt to F. W.
Waters, lot 2, block 1, Watt's
addition to Salem w. d. .... 275
Jas. Harpole heirs et al to V. H.
j Massey, land m Marion county;
t. d. ....... . ............
The following real estate transfers,
aggregating the consideration or $8758,
have been filed for record in the office
of the Marion county recorder:
John Spaniol to George Span-
iol, land in t 9 s, f 1 w; w d.. $4000
J. A. Rotatn et al by sheriff, to
H. E. Noble, lot 4, block 1,
Boise's, first addition to Salem;
f d ... . ....... 2026
A. G. and L. Walker to rf.
Brown, 34.36 acres in t 9 s,
r 2 w; w d 1100
J. Walker to A. P. Walker, 41.57
acres in t 9 s, r 2 w; q e d. . . . 831
O. and E. Frazier to Isaac Bum-
gardner, 18 aeres in t 7 s, r 2
w; w d 700
H. Drayton to W. S. Matthews,
land in Marion county; w d. . 50
J. H. and M. A. Porter to .If.
C. Porter, land in block' 9,
Aumsville; qed 50
A. B. Spread borough to R. Hous-
man, lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, block
33, Salem; w d 1
ON GROUNDS OF DESERTION.
Husband Secures Legal Separation from
Wife Who Left Him Many
The divorce case of J. W. Fredriek
son vs. Mary Fredriskson was heard
in Judge Galloway's court yesterday
and resulted in a decree being render
ed in favor of the plaintiff. The par
ties to the suit were married at Vinita,
Indian Teritory, on October 17, 1896,
and the testimony introduced at the
hearing was to the effect that the de
fendant disregarding the solemnity of
her marriage vow, without cause or
provocation, deserted her husband on
August 1, 1897, and ever after refused
to live with h im. The plaintiff's ease
was conducted by Attorney A. O. Con
Judge Galloway rendered a decision
in the partition suit brought by L. F.
and w. II. Butler against Rachel A.
Pateon and others, wbich was tried be
fore him on Wednesdav. The decision
was practically a victory for the de
fendants, the court appointing Henry
downing reteree to aell the land in
volved in the suit. The plaintiffs had
asked that the land be divided among
the respective parties interested in or
der to satisfy their claims. The plain
tins' interests were looked after by
Attorneys a. u. uondit and John W.
Reynolds and the defense was conduct
ed by Attorneys Carson L Cannon.
Other docket entries were made bv
Judge Galloway as follows:
Annie Al. Johnson et al. vs. O. G.
Savage, personally and as administrator
suit in equity; motion to strike out por
tions or answer argued and taken un
der advisement. ' I
8. U. Kightlinger vs. E. M. Kight
inger , et al.; foreclosure; motion to
strike out parts of complaint overruled.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be
is senior partner of the firm of F. J
Cheney & Co., doing business in the eity
of Toledo, county and stata aforesaid,
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 Cotarrh
Cure. . Frank J. Cheney,
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence this 6th day of December.
A. U.. 1886. A. W. Gleason.
(Seal). Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surtaces of the system. Send
for' testimonials free. I
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
PRIMARIES ON APRIL 20.
Attorney General Looks Up Pate Upon
Which Nomination Must Be
In replv to a question from Secretary
of State Dunbar. Attornev General
Crawford yesterday gave as his opin
ion that the -direct primaries shall be
held on April 20, 1906, which, accord
ing to the provisions of section 2 of
the direct primary nomination law,
should be on the forty-fifth day preced-
ingthe day of election, which falls upon
Monday, June 4.
Takes the burn out; heals the wound;
cures the pain. Dr. Thomaa' Electric
Oil, the household remedy.
t m IM Yw Wan Unn tvtfi
MEGORDEN ON TRIAL.
Bitter Feeling Is Manifest Against Al
leged Wife Murderer at
'",' Vale. ;
ONTARIO. Or, Sept. 19. Feeling
against Henry Megorden, a wife mur
derer, is so. bitter in this section that
considerable difficulty has been experi
enced in securing a jury at Vale for his
triaL After, ten. days, However; a Jury
has been - aeeeptedV . This win -"be the
most sensational trial during the pres
ent term of the circuit eonrt. . -.
Megorden killed his wife at.- Nyssa
last April In a cold-blooded manner.
Family trouble had been rife in the
household for some time, and one morn
ing, it is claimed, Megordea-attempted
to assault his wife. She fled from the
house and was hurrying to a neighbor's
when ke overtook her with a pistol in
his hand. She said to him: z'
Henry, I implore yon not to kill
me.", . : f,- -:
Megordea, it ia charged, paid no heed
to fhe appeal for mercy, bnt placed the
pistol to her breast and fired, killing
her instantly. He. left her dead body
in the' road and went to Nyssa and
gave himself up to the authorities.
Two of the five children of the couple
iwere present at the tragedy and they
I 1 1 IU s '
piurureu wimnirow iiu conveveu
the remains of their mother home.
PRUNE DRYER 13 -BURNED.
Ijasselle Bros.'' Suffered Serious Ioss
. by Fire SnndayMoming While
Operating Their Plant.
On Sunday forenoon the large prune
dryer of Laaselle Bros, at the Lasselle
farm, a mile from this eity, was burned
with all its . i contents, consisting of
about - 2000 bushels of prunes. The
dryer had been filled Saturday evening,
and on Sunday forenoon, probably
through the bursting of a -pipe, a fire
started near the furnace, and when dis
covered had enveloped almost the en
tire plant. Every effort' possible was
made to save the building, but all that
willing hands could do was tov save
about forty sacks of dried prunes. In
addition to the destruction of the build
ing and green fruit, the firm lost near
ly 100 cords of wood.
The loss by the fire is estimated at
over $5000, with insurance aggregat
ing $3500. Messrs. Lasselle, in addi
tion to the large dryer burned, control
three other dryers near this city, and
now have rented the Tryon dryer and
will continue uninterruptedly the
work of preparing the prunes eont-act-ed
for as rapidly as possible for the
market. They have about seventy car
loaus of prunes engaged, anl will run
their packing plant as plan-i 1, ard
will not be materially interfered with
in their operations by this fire. Albany
JEFFERSON MAN UNDER ARREST
Frank Stastny, a Bohemian, Accused
of Obtaining Money Under
Frank Stastny of Jefferson was ar
rested by Constable J. C. Johuson yes-
PORTLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
SOME OP THE RELIABLE MEN AM 0 COM
CEKNS OF ORECOM'S METROPOLIS.
Wedding and visiting cards and mono
gram stationery. ,W. O. Smith At Co.
Washington Bldg, Portland. Oregen.
Portland Electrical Works H. B. Love-
ridge. House wiring a specialty; dyn
namo and motor repairing; armatures
rewound; balls, telephones and elec
tric lights Installed; gas and electric
fixtures. All work guaranteed. Tel
ephone Main 2212. 353 Stark St.
terday upon a charge of
money under false pretenses. The com
plaint against Stastny was sworn out
in Justice of the Peace H. H. Turner's
court by V. R. South, also of Jeffer
son, who accuses the defendant of hav
ing drawn a check on the Oregon State
bank of Jefferson in payment for a
horse when he had no money in the
bank. The offense is said to have been
committed on June 7 of the present
ryear. The complaining witness claims
tnat on that date he- sold a horse to
Stastny, the agreed sale price Jbeiag
$60; that the defendant gave him a
check on the bank for the amount,
which proved to be worthless. Stastny,
who is a Bohemian, declares that he
told South at the time of issuing the
cheek, that he had no money in the
bank, but that if the horse proved to
be as represented he would get the
The accused man owns a home near
Jefferson And has a family, and is said
to be a hard working man. He under
stands but very little of the English
language and his friends claim .he did
not ' thoroughly understand the trans
action when he issued the check and
bad no intention of doing anything
Stastnv was arraigned in the justice
court yesterday afternoon and was-ad
mitted to bail in the sum of 250. He
will be given a preliminary bearing at
9 o'clock tomorrow morning.
AMBUSHED HIS FOE.
Hermit Near Roseburg Does Best
Kill Hunters on His Farm.
ROSEBURG, Or., Sept. 20. While
hiding ia a thicket waiting for the ap
proach of three men whom he had heard
were hunting on bis farm, Louis Cars,
hermit, shot several times at E. II.
Mahn, R. B. Matthews and L. D. Carl,
prominent members of Bosebarg. None
of the shots took effect, yet they were
shot with deadly latent and went dan
gerously near the mark.
Cars, when arrested, seemed to think
that he had killed Mahn, against whom
he had some kind of a grudge. He said:
'I am willing to die not that that-
red faced man ia dead." When the
sheriff told him no one had been in
jured he would not believe it, saying
that he had seen a light in Mann's
house all night, and that his family
were sitting up with the dead. body.
AfteT a preliminary bearing, Cars
was bound over undera $1500 bail, go
ing to jail in default of security. He
has lived a hermit life en a farm rent
ed from W. C Me Williams, three miles
esst of this city.. ;
It's folly to suffer from that horrible
plague of . the night, itching - piles.
Doan s , Ointment :- cures, . quickly and
At aay drug store, 50
HAY BE CANCEROUS.
When a, wart, mole or pimple shows
any sign of tenderness it ia a warning
that bad blood is behind it. Often these
places are on the face, hands, legs ot
other part of the body for years, and give
bo sign to canae uneasiness, and Shen
with a little rongh handling, a alight cut
or bruise will develop into a sore that re
fuses to heal, and the sufferer finds him
self afflicted with a cancerous nicer.
. A boat thro rears aajo at blister itai
a the riant side of my nese. It a-rew
speedily ia spit of all effort to heal tt
p; th pain was net very sever at first,
but iacnatad whan th ton baraa to
inflame and Ueharr matter. At times
th plae weald etoovrnd appear to
be e-ettina wall, bnt the scab would drop
off, leaving- a red, anrry looking uloer. I
a unoti aptra r vr ennns; it,
when my ettentiom was called to 8. B. S.,
- r vssmir av lew Denies tee eere
brM to gradually a-row smaller, tha
ajscnarr atopja and x was enred.
Owonsboro, Ky. JNO. MAS8IE.
If the blood is pure and healthy these sore
cannot exist. S. S. S. is the ideal blood
purifier. It cleanses the blood of all
poisons and impurities, making it strong
ana vigorous ana a Die to supply me body
with the strength and nourishment it
needs. There is nothing that acts so
promptly as S. S. S., toning up the en
tire system, helping the general health
and curing sores
do not let a
wart or pimple
develop Into a
PURELY VEGETABLE, but purify 7oor
S. S. S. It is nature's remedy, purely
vegetable, and while driving all poisons
from th blood, will build up every part
at the svstem. Book on the blood and
any medical advice desired will be given
without charge, to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Alias t a. 6a,
JURORS FOR OCTOBER TEEM.
Names of Marlon ' County Taxpayers
Who Will Serve Court Next
- , Month.
'(From Thursday's Dailv).
County Clerk J. W. Roland and Sher
iff W. J. Culver yesterday drew the
names of thirty-one taxpayers of Mar
ion county who are to serve as jurors
at the regular. October term of depart
ment No. 1 of the circuit court. .The
venire ia composed of eighteen farme .t,
three .merchants, three clerks, a dairy
man, carpenter, hop growers, barber,
contractor, druggist and a bricklayer.
The October term of court will begin
on Monday, October 9. An adjourned
session will be held beginning' October
2, at which motions and demurrers.
mea in ine ainereni cases to come up
for trial at the regular term, will be
heard. It ia also probable that some
of the criminal cases will be disposed
1 The names, respective precincts an
occupations or tne jurors drawn yes
terday are as follows:
George W. Weeks, Chemawa, dairy
P. W. P. Collard, Brooks, farmer. ,
N. Mickel, Mount Angel, farmer.
'A. C. Dabby, Jefferson, farmer,
- J. P. Davie, Stayton, carpenter.
:P. Bowers, South Silverton, farmer.
' Thomaa S. Humphreys, East Salem,
Cornelius Cooley, Mount Angel, hop
H. E. Roberts, Marion, Jarmer.
G. G. .Brown, Salem -No. 3, clerk.
George ; W. Moijey, North Silverton,
. N. E. Taylor, Silverton, barber.
J. H. Porter, North Silverton, farmer,
R. J. Swafford, Salem No. 4, clerk.
S. T. Bradley, Macleay, farmer.
H. T. Baughman, Monitor, farmer,
eorge Palmer, Si4ney, farmer. ,
P. L. Kenady, Woodburn, farmer.
James Imlah, Fairfield, farmer.
Adam Snyder, Brooks, farmer.
A. Dane, Salem No. 7, merchant.
C. 'J. Ramsden, .Maelcay, farmer.
J. N. Allison, Salem No. 2, clerk.
Hermon Snook, Salem No. 7, eon-
Charles D. Ray, St. Paul, druggist.
Albert Seitsinger, Mehama, farmer.
S. A. Hughes, Salem No. 6. brick
layer. - . -
M. Bredemeier, Haiem o. 2, mer
E. A. Kurtz, Chemawa, farmer.
Frank Feller, Butteville, farmer.
H. W. Barr, Salem No. 3. merchant.
MARION COUNTY'S EXPENSES.
Warrants Drawn on General Fund In
Payment ef August Claims
Aggregate $7106. '
The claims against Marion county,
audited and allowed by the commission
ers eourt at the September term, ag
gregated the sum of $7106.3. ' This
amount included the salaries or the
county officers and all other expenses
of the county incurred during tne
month of August. The lsrgest item of
expense wss that of road and. highway
improvement, the total amount of the
warrants drawn on that account being
Of the total amount of the claims al
lowed amounts were charged to the diff
erent accounts as follows:
Roads and highways $.1189.28
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Care of foor
Justice's court ...
Sheriff's office ...
Clerk's office .....
Recorder's office ,
Treasurer 's office ............
Coroner 's-office . . . . .
School Snpt.'s office ..........
Assessor s office ..............
Assessment and col. of taxes..
Current expenses ............
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A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrod-1
hg Piles. Druggists refund money if i east, of the Willamette meridian; thence
PAZO OINTMENT fails to core an J south 3 degrees, east along the east line
ease, no matter ef how long standing, of said claim 48.88 chains to the north
in 6 te 14 days. First application gives east corner of the tract of land eoavey
ease and rest. 50 eeata. ff your drag-'ed te Hirant Smith, on the 28th day of
gist hasn't it send 50 eents In stamps November, 1857; thenee south 63V de-
and it will b forwardeJ ftcstpaid by
ipsrts Medicine Co, St. Leuls, Mo. .
BARN FOB BENTNEAR THE UNI
versity. Inquire of L. M. Kirk, 222
-Commercial street, Salm, Oregon.
EGGS WANTED. WE ABE NOW
buying eggs; call on ns for prices
before you selL Commercial Cream
, Compeany.- -v
COW FOR. SALE AN EXTRA
; . choice' family cow, just fresh, four
years old, second calf, grade Jersey.
Philip Rces five miles, south on Jef
ferson read. ; i
OREGON SONGS. THE JUNE Num
ber ef the Oregon Teachers Monthly
contains tea Oregon songs, words
. and music, complete. Price, 10c. Ad
dress Teachers Pub. Co., Salem, Or.
REPORT CARDS OUR SCHOOL BE-
port cards . are printed to fit the
rj schawl register. The price are:
Twev card for It eenta; twenty
- Ave for 20 eents; one hundred for 75
enta. Statesman Publishing Co., 8a-
FOR SALE--lN ORDER TO MEET
, my obligations at once I will offer
at - private aale a part of my land
known as the Gump farm, 1 mile
east of Dallas, 131? miles west of Sa
lem, good level land, timber and run
. T A II 4 SI
Thirty tons hay ia barn. C. A Ram-
sey, Dallas. Or.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
chickens, geeee, ducks and all kinds
of farm produce at Capita Commis
ion Co., 259-257 Commercial St., 8a.
lem, Oreffon. Phone 2231. a
FOR SAIJEUVESTOCK. '
HORSES FOR SALE SEVERAL
head good driving horses and colta
for aale; reasonable prices. Call or
address E. F. Rogers, Turner, Or.
FOR SALE PIANOS.
OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME A
splendid second hand upright piano,
nsed one year,, good as new, worth
$300, now j $162. Allen k Gilbert-Rama
ker Col Salem store, 247 Court St,
' - ,-- a-rnrnrxrxrrxj-nrT-rT,
The mat- half payment of the taxes
for the yea- 1904 becomes delinquent
Monday evening, October 2, 1905. Pay
before that "time to avoid penalty and
interest. Taxpayers who have paid no
part of the 1904 taxes and all other tax
payers are notified that shortly after
the above date there will be other costs
in addition to the penalty and interest
on unpaid taxes. Please take not te
and pay promptly.
W. J. Culver.
' Sheriff and Tax Collector.
- EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the un
Jersigned has Wen, by an order of the
eounty con it of Marion county, Oregon,
a u ly appointed executrix, with the will
annexed, of the estate of Susan M.
Davis, deceased. All persons having
claims against said estate ar hereby
notified to present the same witbin six
months ffom the date of this notice.
witn the proper vouchers, to the under
signed st the office of Rauch k Senn,
attorneys, in Silverton, Oregon. Dated
this 22d Jay of September, 1905.
j 'Jessie D. Brooks,
First insertion Sept. 22. 1905.
Notice ia hereby civen tnat the un
dersigned , has been appointed by the
County Court of Marion County, State
ox uregon,-executor of the will and es
tate of Andrew Fleming, deceased, lata
or Marion County, State of Oregon. All
persons - having claims against the es
tate of aaid decedent are hereby re
quired to present the same, duly veri-
ned, as by law required, to Patrick Fen:
nell at the law office of P. H. D'Arcy,
D'Arey building, Salem, Orecon. with
in six (6) months from the date of this
notice. . v .
Dated September lrA. P., 1903.
Executor ef the. will and eatate of An
drew Fleming, deceased.
NOTICE Or FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given to sll whom it
may concern, that the undersigned has
filed his final account of the estate of
John J. Dugan, deceased, and that the
eounty court of the state of Oregon for
Marion county has st the same for
hearing on October,. 16, 1905. at 10
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the county
court room in the county court house
at the city of Salem, Marion county.
Oregon, and that said final account, and
any object lona thereto, will be beard
and passed upon b'y . the court at aaid
time and place.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this Septem
ber 12, 1905.
Administrator of the 'estate of said
John J. Dugan, deceased.
In the County Court of Marion Coun
ty, Oregon. In the matter of the estate
of Levi Bartness, deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
uy concern that the undersigned, as
the administrator 6t tn above named
estate, and in pursuance of an order of
sale duly made and entered of record,
ia me aoove eauiiea eourt and made on
the 6th of September. 1905. orderin
and directing the undersigned a ad
ministrator to sejl, at private sale, for
cash in hand," to 'the highest and beat
bidder therefor the hereinafter de
scribed real property, which 'is as fol
lows, to wit r. ,
Begiamag at the northeast corner of
1 the donation land claim of James Val
entine, in townsalp 9 south, range i
grees west,' along the northerly line of
said Smith's land 32.75 chains to
nig water, win sen in small iracis rendered, entered of record and docket
if desired r also personal property, Ud ia and by said court on the 11th day
cows, horse and farminir implements. jnr rimtKmlwr loot f rrrtiln .nit
Smith's northwest corner; thence north
is degrees west 61.51 chains to. the
north line of J. II. Howell's donation
land claim; thence north 81 degrees cast
along the north line of the Howell anr
Valentine donation land claims 5S.60
chains to the place of beginning. Save
and except from the- above 'described
land 57 square rods, conveyed by James
Valentine to P. Morris on the 6tb day
of Jane, 1856, as shown by deed record
d ia Rook. 3. rar 439. Marion County
Records, all situated in Marion coun
ty, state of Oregon. . , '
And all persons are hereby further
notified that tne date of the first publi
cation of this notice is the 8th day of
September, 1905, and that the last dat
of the" publication thereof will expire
on the 6th day of October, 1905, and
that the said administrator will, from
and after the 6th day of Oetob-r, 1905,
proceed te sell the above described real
property, at administrator's sale, for
cash in hand, to tne highest and beat
bidder therefor, at private sale.
Dated this 7th davjof September,
. Oscar Cole.
As the administrator of the estate of
Levi Bartness, deceased.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL PROP
.Notice is hereby given that, by vir
tu, of an execution duly issued out of
th circuit court of the state of Oregon,
for the county of Marion aud to me di
rected on the 16th day of September,
1905. unon a indement and decree duly
' W . "
then in said court pending wherein P.
IL D'Arcy waa plaintiff and A. McFar
lane, C McFarlane his. wife and Eliza
beth Claggett were defendants in f.iror
of plaintiff and against thi defendant
A. McFarlane by which execution 1 am
commanded to sell the property In said
execution and hereinafter descriWd to
nv tiA Aiim ill., f K nlaintiflT nf fi-n
r c g
hundred and njnety-three and seventy
seven one-hundredths dollars, with in
terest t heron from this date at the rate
of 8 per cent per annum until paid, to
gether with the costs and disburse
ments of this action taxed and allowed
at $35.20 and the .lefendant Klirabcth
Claggett have and reeow-r. f rom said de
fendant A. McFarlane the sum' of
$1244.60 and her costs anil disburse
ments, herein expended and the costs
and expenses of said execution, I will
on Saturday the 21st day of October,
1905, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of .
said day, at the west door of the county
court house in Salem, in Marion coun
ty, Oregon, sell at public auction to the
higher bidder for cash in hand on th
day of sale, all the right, title, interest
and estate which said defendant A. Mc
Farlane and all persons claiming under
him subsequent to the date of the exe
cution of the mortgage foreclosed here-1
in, In, of and to aaid mortgagfd premis
es here.inlefore mentioned and describ
ed in said execution as follows, to wit:
The undivided two-thirds interest of the
defendant A. McFarlane and C McFar-
J lane his wife in and to th following
described lands and tenements, to wit
Beginning at the northwest corner of
lot No. 1 in block No. 8 in the original
town of Turner, in Marion county,,
state . of Oregon, anfl running thence
south' along the west of Iota Nos. 1, 2,
3, and 4 in said block No. 8. two bun
dreed feet to the south line f aaid
block; thence eat along the south line
of said block 36 feet; thence north par
allel with said west line two hundred
feet to the north line of said block;
thence west along the north line of said
block 36 feet to the place of beginning,
containing a parcel, of land 36 by 20O
feet, situated -in the town of Turner,
eounty of Marion, state of Oregon.
Also the follownig descrilw.l real propi
erty, to wit: Ijot No. 8 in. block No. 8
in the town of Turner and in Marion
county, state of Oregon, as appears des
ignated and deeriled on the plat and
survey and records of the said town of
Turner, as recorded on the words In
the office of the county recorder. Also
the following lots 2 and 7 in blork
No. 5 in the town of Mehama in Marion
eounty, state of Oregon, together with
the tenements, hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging, or in
- Said saie being made subject to re
demption in the manner provided by
law. Dated this 19th day of Septem
ber; 1905. W. J. Culver.
: Sheriff of Marion County, Oregon.
FIGHT IN HOP YARD.
HLonis Lindall Is Accused of Assaulting
Emil Beier with Dangerous
Louis Lindall is occupying a cell in
the Marion county jail and will be re
quired to face the charge of assault
with a dangerous weapon. ' The com
plaint against Lindall waa sworn out by
Emil Beier in Justice of the Peace II.
H. Turner 'a court yesterday and the
accused man waa arrested by Constable
J. C. Johnson in the afternoon and in
default of $500 bonds wss locked up.
.The arrest is the result of a row
which occurred in Krebs Bros.' bop
vard near Tlrnnlra nn XlnnAaw ftarnnnn
Beier ban an uirly wound on his -J ore-
head which he claims was inflicted bv
iiniaii wua a ami.'
The defendant will be given a pre
liminary bearing at 1:30 o'clock tomor
row afternoon. Both men have been
picking hops at Krebs Bros.' yard.
lor Infants, and Children.
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sbeaM be eleaaiiaeia. ,
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cleaeM.seetaee and heals
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away a fold la lie
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