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I . ? - , j ' " NEW
Itii, ' t- I xJCtCAV NOTES. .
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Him mnii ivn f www a nkwx -
IW LUlAb ili'U uimiuiuiu nun
.Itemized Account of Doings in
City and Country.
Ur. L. Ii. Itonland'H Barn is Tom lied
by the Intmdiar'ji Torb.
Itft night iitxul 10 oVlock Hume
wire tlli-ooviwl lulii? from Un
ion of tin lwm on Dr. L. 1j.
ItimlMiiil'H iiroiH-rty Utwifii t'oin-
MMirufHl hihI Mburty ttat-tH ami
itortli of Clicnu-ki'tH cJm'lw. Tliu
Hlitrtn wa ImiiitfllHtely kIvi-ii nml
theil('wrlii t rwqionikil promptly;
luit ln-fnri' mtT mold 1' thrown
tllU llHIIIM lutll WII'll ll"ll t,lt'
lllllllllllK tllHt It llllllll IOt U- KHVlll.
A lioix) Hinl iw U'IoiikIiik " I)r-
Itdulund that kept In tin-
Iwrn Uiw liil out Imfwv tliu flaiiuw
liiul Mpriiul U'lou nml i-vi-rytlilriir
Mw.llilf hUmt tilt Umcr jwrt of t lie
Urn win iiirrU-il out. It Ih fortuimU'
tlutt thorn wiiH in ulnil Htlrrlnj,', hx
tin iilley In llni-il on lotli hIiIl- w Itli
ctfililcriiiiiil tlniliT-lmx Htructiirt to
which tli llrt' ioiiIiI have Ui'iij
Htxlly iiiiniuunli'ittiil. Tlio llrt' wim
put miller iimtrol liy two HtriiiiiH
Irom tliu Cnpltiil iiiul TIki'm; liut it
look ntiirly uit lioui to fXtliiKiilli
thi' llrt hli'li wan UiirnliiK In tin
luty nml xtmw.
Tim llrt' win unilouliltilly of
Itutiiiilliiry origin. Hcxt-nil mrtlof
1'lnllll tH llUVI' Willi MIClll(IHllH)KlllK
Kioiiit littvliiK tin1 "Hey fi fi'v
MilnultM iM'fort' (In lire liroke mil.
Tim h 1 1- ulMiiit $m); unliiHiirt'il.
Speculations Concerning the Identity
of the Man who leaped to Death
From the Bridge.
"I)o voit know who it wnsJumiK-d
from the hrlilge?" in tliu uetion
that han greeted tin- rciiortcr on
every Hide cinif Iftt Haturday even-
At lin-t it whs rex)rted, and gen
erally Ix'lifvtil, that It was old man
UtirlelKli that had taken the terrible
Imp to death; hut hh he wan found
alive and an well hhiihuhI thWthi-ory
wax knocked In the head. Jack
Crahli, the next man thought of ax
UuIiIk in lonimlt Hiich a raxh act,
hIiouh up with the nxxuninee that iiif? the (5. A. H., and perpetuating
he never did take kindly to water the ineinory or tneir ueroic ueau;
and doesn't Intend to lake to tliat to a-it w n vcienuis u nevu nciji,
kind of drink ho lonjr at lie iiinuind extend needful aid to their
drown hi, trouhlex in Minietliliij,' widows and orphans; to tind them
HtnniKer. Htee Pmlth refuv.- to ' homes and employment, and a-ssure
i.. ,. iimu-iiKil fortx4 and i tliem xvninathv and friends. Toin-
In this Iteue willbeiound a notice
of the dime social to be jriven by the
W. R. C. ofthis city. An it is Hie
flrxt time thifreason that this society
I I.om rnrnwl Itwlf IlDOIl all inilullTCIlt
jwblie for a lx.'nelit, it Is hojMKl there
utll Im a larL'c attendance. Tlie
funds thus raised are devoted to a
worthy object, one which is control-
ed by the G. A. K. and W. it. c.
The letters V. H. C seem to hold a
my-tic meaning to Mime an the many
aUurd names applied to them prove
W. Jt. ('. does not mean Woman's
HIjrhtH Club, but it "tands for the
name of an organization comrxed
of loval women devoted to the
object ofHjK'cially aiding and assit
is recovering from theelleets of his
recent i ebaueli at Ills Home in
A young blackfinlth, who was
here on Haturday, wa thought to
bo thi'Miiclde. He trietl in vain to
secure work and apixiireil to lc
greatly tlejecletl and was lnt Kt-n
by the men from w liom he was try
lug to M-cure work alxiut twenty
iniiiutes iH'fore the hiileitle tixik
A man who was hanging around
Marker's stable a few minutes leforo
culcate lesxouH of patriotism and
love or country among our children,
and maintain true allegiance to the
United State-. The W. It. C. holds
the stme reliitlonhip to the G. A.
It. that the Kastem Htar does to the
Maoiilf Order, or the Rebeccas to
the I. O. O. F. The iliembershil) is
not confined to the inimediate
relations of the veteran, but to all
"loyal women of good moral
character and who lmve reached the
age of sixteen years." We Invite
the ladies of Halein, who wNh to
Mrs. A. C. Chapman Is recovering
from a severe attack of measles.
Ruben P. Boise, Jr., spent Sunday
on one of the Boise farms in Polk
Dr. J. . Cuslck and family are
expected home from California in a
Lane county prohibition conven
tion will be held at Eugene City,
W. C. AUerson commenced teach
ing at the McAlpln school lious
The Duetsche Sangerbund will
give a dance at Diamond's hall to
Lieut. George H. Burnett inspect
ed "I" Co., O. N. G. at Macleay
Mrs. Z. F. Moody and bon Ralph
returned on this morning's train
One of the springs on the H. & L.
truck became broken in the run to
the tire last night.
AlonzaWatn, of this city, has ac
cepted a position as book-keeper for
P. J. McGowan & Co. cannerymen,
For Books, Stationery i Fancy Goods !
T. McF. Ration's.
98, STATE STREET.
TO BE SHOWN
u I rtclfl 1 1 Dd .
Tim Ixiys' iMwnlliig hall at the
t'lilversllj was the scent' of a luill
eioiiM Incident jtwlcnlay. A certain
young student had been ilevotiug
ills time all iltij lorellKioUMUiivlliigs
Hllil other p!iiHtllCM U lllell the Stilt
Ixilli h liable to bring, little ilrnini
lugof tlielmHirlHiil events going on
In his room during his iiIh-oiuv.
Imagine Iin feellngM when, ictiirn
iiijf to hlslMielielnr ipiMilerxat night,
he iIImhivi nil that a Celine familiar
with the pitinl-tM had taken hk
Mtwlou of hi" txsl nml there given
birth toftairsleck lillleklltenx lie
Is now looking for a fouiiilliiig Iiik
pilal fur the little ones, and It taken
luit a Tcry low "meow" irtiui the
rift of the bo" to throw him Into
linn Ur) I'lu-rJ l'tllllr.
At Hllvertmi vtlenlay two elll-
sohtsilisl that they forxol
their Niilijts't ami etimuietitvil talk-
the time of the suicide acted ipicerly unite with us in our loyal and
and it was thought that he was patriotic work, to be present on
the suicide. next Tuesday evening at the 'ocial
Cn-tt (illison and others of Polk ami make application for member
county, as they were going home 'ship. All further information will
from tow n Satuailay night, noticed ' Ihj chicrfully given by Mrs. Emma
mi the further end of the bridge a j A. Byars, president of Sedgwick
a stranger who exhibited signs of Relief Corps No. 1.
Insanity and whose actions attracted
The mtst probable theory concern
ing theidentity of the suicide is that
it was a man named Nevlus, who
had Ikvii on a spiec in town
i-evcnil da.vs, ami who has not been
wviiat all since the suicide occurred.
The follow lug slorj ciiiuvriiiug Ne I
inn was cathcrttl this afternoon I
from various sou ices: llecaiue here
lust fall from ICiitern Oregon, and '
being a (. A. It. man attended a
meeting of the Post. He Muted to j
memU'rwiif the 1'iwt that he Iiml
U-eii driven from his home in I jtst- I
eru Oregon b,v domestic troubles, and '
said his enemies there hail imlillsh- '
j roLk rotsn rnoius.
Owing to the failuic of our
"special" to rejxirt, we can only
give the following partial list of the
nominations made by the Polk
county prohibition convention held
State senator, A. W. Lucas, of
Monmouth (A disgruntled republi
can who has lieen begging for this
place on the republican ticket for timers of the pamphlet on Oreiron
Miss Penton, who has been at
tending the Willamette University,
has returned to her home in Eastern
County Treasurer Giesy has turn
ed over to County Clerk Chapman
cancelled county warrants to the
amount of $ti,M8.87.
Lafe Conn leaves this evening for
Roseburg, where he will remain
fcevcr.il days looking after business
interests anil visiting friends.
A foolish report was circulated
I Saturday evening that the missing
John W. King had been seen on the
Hreets. The report was as fals; as
Jim West full, the big Chinese
contractor of Albany, is in the city,
lie has linn faith in the speedy re
sumption of work on the (). P.
State Printer Raker's new stereo
typing machine has been set up,
mil docs excellent work. The llrst
CRANE'S STATIONERY, PLAIN AND FANCY. ASHTON LE
GAL CAP, PLAIN AND NUMBERED. TYPE WRITERS'
MATERIAL. ACME WRITING AND SCHOOL
TABLETS. FABER'S PENCILS AND PEN
HOLDERS. RUBBER BANDS AND
COMPASS PENCILS, ONLY TO BE SEEN TO BE AP-
PRECIATED. McGILL'S STAPLE PRESSES
AND STAPLE BINDERS.
Tissue Paper of all Shades, and Materials
for Paper Flowers.
MABIE TODD'S DIAMOND POINTED GOLD PENS ALL WAR
RANTED. WIRT'S FOUNTAIN PENS BEST IN THE
MARKET. CAMBRIDGE BIBLES, CHEAPER AND
BETTER THAN THE OXFORD. BROOKS'
NORMAL TEACHER. PAGE ON
TEACHING. TRACY'S TEACH
ERS' RECORD. NORMAL
Roberts' Rules of Order.
SCRIBNER LOG BOOK. GILLCHRIST'S MANUEL FOR IN
FANTRY OFFICERS, (PRICE $1.00). UPTON'S TACTICS
AND REED'S REVISED EDITION, (60 CENTS.
For Kruit Growers :
PEAR CULTURE FOR PROFIT, ($1.00). DOWNING'S REVISED
NEW EDITION FRUITS AND FRUIT TREES OF AMER
ICA, ($5.00). INSECTS INJURIOUS TO FRUITS, ($3).
THOMAS' AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST,
PRICE $2. HOP CULTURE NEW
AND REVISED EDITION,
98, STATE ST.
Representatives, J. 1. l.owis, of
Dixie, and Ashley White, of Zena.
Sherlli; P. C. SCurs, McCoy; clerk
J. It. Shepherd, Zena; county
treasurer, Howe; count v
lug from the high bridge at Pendle
ton, hut that he screamed when he
Jumped, ami his erics hmught assist
ance which savetl his life. Me stat
ed that this stoij was started to
iiuiM' him trouble, ami that it was
fas In everj mrtlcular. The story,
lug tin more pornum! subjects, such as he lold It, of his alleged attempt
isl a storj almiil him that he had at-. superintendent, Prince L. Campbell,
tempted to commit sulclilcl.yjuin-0f Monmouth; commissioners, Polk
debating Mtcholher'ii autmslciiN
Mini t life, wiling each other
thieve, liars, etc. The iiiuixIinI
leimd In anil put an cud to these
ItUwMUt HUieulttiw Just as the two
men were whetting knives on their
tNotltn. No arrets.
-" - -
Jutltv O'Douald this morning
rcntleusl a decision In favor of the
th'feitthtnls In the case of I.uiin
A Hrttwii vs. Anuria Itlley, In which
Htm. J. J. Murphy apxared for the
tiVfeiitlnut. Till settlvM a veed
liitwtltiii and puts an cud to a uum
U'rof Mmltar suits whloh would
lm Us'ii ImaiKht mjjsIim the dt
femknt Imtl thUoiie leen tlwlthsl
Tl WHlMmettt. rnlvvoltj M.
)tl 8.nttey uf this tfy M III rlv a
gntwl iiiMml etuertnlmiH'nt on the
fVHttlitir m WVdiHftUiy, April tth
at siiieiut' corresMiuiis in everj par
tleiilni with the facts of Saturday's
sulelde. He mhiii aftciwanl srunsl
a school at CliamptHtgln thlscounlj',
iiml having Ikvii very wellctlucatcd,
got along nlcoly as a teacher, until
a short time ago when he got on a
sprccr and was dlschurgv by the
On Saiurtlaj he was In town Is-g-
Mug assistuntv or ti. A. it. men,
Cavttt ami G. T. Walt. Ixith of Zena.
Mr. Lucas anil others on the
ticket stated that they intended to
make a thorough canvass of the
Prof. M. (J. Miller and State
Organiser J. W. Webb spoke ntn
ratification meeting held at night.
The ticket Is largely made up
from Zena and McCov and is nut
near as -troug a ticket as that put
out by the irtj two j-earsago.
have alreadj' been put iu plates.
A. 1). Ci'abriclson has returned
from Dcs Moines, Iowa, and has
assumed the duties of his former
position as assistant secretary of the
State Insurance Co. which he re
signed ulxnit a year ago.
Thomas Kims, superintendent of
tlio extensive lumber mill being
built at Mill City, on the Santiam
some eight miles above Stayton,
called Saturdayutthisoftlee.and left
his autograph for a year's subscrip
tion. Call and du likewise.
.fifr AT THE
fiirBri Dental ioeW
The Staj ton Cornet Band gave
their entertainment on Friday even
ing. It consisted ofu drama entitled
Tlie Danger Signal ami music bv
l.m . I... . ii.i.,vI.m,i,nI .!... .,,,,'! the luintl and orchestra. They had a
tint iiinslilcr him a worthv obj.vt ft, ,,0. ut two hundn.d jkhi
antl reftiMsl him aid. Alsiut four ' ,,U' M"K Vn"' 1h lx"-'' rder
o'clock he tllwpiHHinsI ami has not ' I""l during the entire evening.
Istui slutv seen. As he was subject, 'I'lictv is a series of meetings being
to llt of nti'Uinclioly w hen recover- ,,ol,l hereby a congregational minls
Ing froui his tlelmuehes, and as he ter.Mr. (onlou.tntheBiiptLst church
had Kweml tlmch threatened to end , a,u' l0" k christian minister, Mr.
his lift' Iij drowning, the theory that
hewHsthf limit who suicided last
Sttunlnj afteruonii Is gcnenillj
Ik'HcvihI bj Hum- w ho knew him.
Hi k i W'riUtl hh Utility aUiut 40
jti iifnnM,ttlHit 4 fit't 10 Inches In
n U niiwkl Ultt ,rf the tty , i,lht,llKht cmipivMon w ith a san.lv
w III U mwhiv.1 Am- Uh. iifiwntiimH. ,iMehc. Wlwn U seen hv woA
w""w in..ww. hiw KHwsufttwl1,,,,,!, Imt.saek coat
rtWHy'cttlM'rtttMtil rftlH dntl. iwiiuUhuis
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tVJtmlnu Um mw
m-aMiv.1 jh. it a jvjmrtj j ihx W'uiitH it Hff ,1
ihM tkrj wceeHliiS)MwvMirs i,"rt,d f nim tkj- or intk u
iWij mud iimi Uwj stru,k worth. wl mj-mi shw Nhn1 r
MHtie, iii uii v nrisiiau cnurcii.
Rent Patton, the county assessor,
with his family w ca Nlting friends
Chus, Huulliic and family ure go
ing to Itiave here this wtvk and lo
cate at Mill City.
Handing Lots For Satrll
Willis & Chamberlin have a few
desirable- building lots in East
Salem for .sale on reasonable terms.
Parties desiring eligible building
sites would do well toexamiuethem,
as only a few such lots are to be had
In the city limits. Also, 25 lots in
North Salem at special bargains.
Tlio inspection and muster of "B"
Co. by Lieut. W. N. Ladue, which
was to have taken place this even
ing, has been postponed until Friday
evening, at which time visitors will
be made welcome.
L. S. SKIFF & CO.
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA HOUSE, SALEM.
Vitalized Air Given for tlie Painless Extraction of TeetL
eSTThe person awakens from a pleasant dream with the aching
Also Gold Crowns Set.
chic win m sitrmnie,! lit mjMory
not ( "iMiwiKi,vh nvovwvd, which,
Antraii milk cow m balk, in
quire at Onpltul !lU Estnto Agency.
comtr of State untl Commercial hU. 7-St
CU'ITAL LOIK1K, NO. 11..1. O. O. T
meets eeryKiturtluyeenlnif. In their
null, mvuiuI door north of l"ot Oltlce. O
J.vo. Kmoiit.Sw,, 1I.8.Jokv.V,C.T.
STATE TllEASlW;ii'S30TII NOTICE.
JOTHK IS UK.nMVilIA(
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7mV i7 ,I4" "uu limi l" Mine
will U) jwlU tHi inntaltou nt thUoitlcc.
half Russia, Usual Price $32.50, Oar Priee $20.00
Cloth, Gilt iop, " ' 32.50, " 23.50.
Half Morocco, " " 22.50, " 15.00.
Half blue Calf, " " 32.50, " 17.50
oth, " " 22.50, " 1800
Is. Cloth, " 15.00, " 10.00
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Set Capt. M. Reid, 10 Vols. Cloth,
Fine Line of Papeterie in Latest Styles,
J. BENSON STARR'S.
118,Jtate Str - Salem, Oregon.
Capital Lumbering Company!
MANUKACTUlMllS OF AND DBALBRS I.V
of km Lomber,
Dressed and Undressed.
CONSTANTLY ON HANI): - '
ShTrtgl'esMatHs, Rickets, Fence Posts,
twwtwl Mai Hl
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