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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALEM, 0&EGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1913.
AOB THTtRtt
ML OF LATE
ASAHEL BUSH FILED
Two-Thirds of Estate Goes to Ashael
Bush and One-Third and Homestead
to Sally Bush.
ANNUITY OF $2500
TO BE PAID MBS. THAYER
Annuity of $5000 Will Be Paid Yearly
. for Support and Care of Other
' Daughter, Eugenia.
The following is the will of the late
Ashael Bush, filed late yesterday:
"I, Asahel Bush, of Salem, Oregon,
do declare and publish this my last will
and testament, revoking all former wills
and codicils.
"I hereby bequeath and devise to my
daughter, Sally Bush, the homestead
where I now live, consisting of 100
acres of land, with the residence and
all its contents for the life of my said
daughter, and after her decease to my
son, Asahel N. Bush.
"I bequeath and devise to my daugh
ter, Sally Bush, one-third interest of
the residue of my estato of whatever
nature, subject nevertheless to and
chargeable with the payment of annu
ities hereinafter mentioned in favor of
ym daughters, Estelle Bush-Thayer and
Eugenia Bush.
"I hereby bequeath and devise to my
son, Asahel N. Bush, the remaining two
thirds of my estate of whatever na
ture, subject nevertheless to and
chargeable, with the annuities herein
after mentioned in favor of my daugh
ters, Estella Bush-Thayer and Eugenia
Bush.
''It is my will that my said daugh
ter, Estelle Bush-Thayer, be paid year
ly out of said reshlue the sum of $2500
yearly during her natural life, and
that there be paid yearly out of said
residue the sum of $5000, or so much of
said sum as may be necessary for the
support and care of my daughter, Eu
genia Bush, said payment to begin at
my death, and to end at tho decease of
my. daughters, Estelle Bush-Thayer and
(It is my wish that tho entire bene
ficial interest, as well as the legal es
tate, in the said residue, shall vest in
my son, Asnhel N. Bush, and my daugh
ter, Sally Bush, in tho proportion here
tofore named, subject to and chargeable
as aforesaid, with the yearly payments
provided in favor of my daughters, Es
telle Bush-Thayer and Eugenia Bush,
and Uiat tho charges so imposed upon
said estate shall not operate to limit
Does Your Stomach
Trouble You?
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy
Is Successfully Taken in Cases
of Stomach, Liver and In
testinal Ailments
And Ont Dose Has Often Dispelled
Years of Suffering
MRS
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ihni
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ic eases of fcitomnch Trouble has spread Its fame
irom one end of the country to the other. No
matter where yon live you will find people who
have suffered with Stomach, Liver and fn(
Imat Ailment: etc., and havn been restored to
health and are loud In their praise of this rem
edy. There is not a day but what one hear ol
thowonderful results obtained from this remedy
and the benefits are entirely natural, as It acts
on the source and foundation of these ailments,
removing-the poisonous catarrh and bile accre
tions, taking out the Inflammation from the in.
testinal tract and assists In rendering the same
antiseptic. Sufferers are urged to try one dose
which alone should relieve your suffering and
convince you that Mayr't Wonderful Stomach
Remedy should restore you to good health. Put
ft to a tet today the reiults will be a revelation
to you and you will rejoice over your quick re
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Sf nd lor booklet on Stomach Ailments to Geo.
H Mayr.Mfg. Chemist, 156 Whiting .St., Chlcagoi
r better still, obum a bottle from your druggist.
J. C. Perry.
p3)
lO)
Boodl
hi
WW,
Or weak blood governs for good op
ill every part of the body. The
medicine that makes weak blood
pure and strong li HOOD'S
SARSAPARILLA. For over a
third of a century It has been the
leading blood purifier.
the right of said Asahel N. Bush and
Sally Bush to manage, control and dis
pose of said property as they shall se
fit, in whole or in part, that would oth
erwise exist without question.
"I constitute and appoint my son,
Asahel N. Bush, and my daughter, Sally
Bush, executors of this will, to act as
such without compensation, and without
giving bonds or other security. And I
also empower the survivor to appopint
by him or her last will a suitable suc
cessor or successors to execute this
will.
"In witness whereof I have this 20th
day of July, 3889, affixed my signa
ture to this will.
"Tho interlineation in line 12 was
written before this signing.
"ASAHEL BUSH.
"Witnessed by S. A. Stanford and
Claude Gatoh."
The following codicilo was written
November 10, 1905, the signature being
witnessed by Claudo Gatch and J.
Baumgartner, November 13, 1005:
"In my will made and executed July
20, 1S89, I give and bequeath to my
daughter, Eugenia Bush, an annual leg
acy of $5000, to be paid yearly, or such
portion thereof as may be required for
her ample support and caro; and if such
sum of $5000 shall at any time or times
be found insufficient for her good care
and support, it is my will that such
sum shall be added to such legacy as
shall be required for her liberal care
and support."
THE ROUND-UP.
Engineer Lou Ferguson, who, when a
rail broke derailing a train ho was pull
ing, applied the air brakes, and brought
the train to a standstill, instead of ap
plying the emergency, and idling tho
cars up, is getting all kinds of bou
quets thrown at him by grateful pas
sengers. The coal discovered near Roseburg
turns out to bo volcanic glass, and is
utterly worthless.
e e
Tho heavy tides and floods at New
port this winter have uncovered several
new agate beds.
a
Linn county has fixed its tax levy for
1914 at 15 mills.
e e e
An excursion from Medford, Grants
Pass and Ashland, in three Pullmans
and an observation car, Monday morn
ing. a
Tho Baker band hns decided to go to
the Panama exposition, though it will
have to pay its own expenses.
Tho hens down Medford way have
begun business for the year 1914 al
ready, and are doing so well that the
price of eggs has dropped from 40
cents to 30, and it is predicted 20-ecnt
eggs will be ou tho market iusido of a
week.
a .
Eugene's new sewer system, costing
$1(15,000, is now opeu for business.
THE JOY RIDER.
(Boston Transcript.)
Reckless of self or others,
Ho scoots with speed immense
Seems when lie got his motor
He gave up his horso sense.
WELL MATCHED.
"They say Ella's fiance lias money to
burn. "
"Well, ho has met his mutch."
Town Topics.
The Markets
The hop market took a sudden spurt
Friday and more than 600 bales chang
ed hands. The prices ranged from 20
to 21 cents. It is claimed that many
brewers are not yet supplied, and that
the market is certain to show more life
from this on until the crop is cleaned
up. Statistics show that 112,000 bales
have been shipped abroad this year.
The statement is made that sales to
American brewers will not exceed 140,
000 bales this year. Wheat prices re
main firm, but there is little movemont.
At least two-thirds of the surplus. It
is claimed, has been shipped, and sold
ers are confident of still better prices.
The egg market is still firm, but there
is a tendoncy to lower prices. The mild
weather has caused the hens to get
busy and the egg output, if the present
weather holds will Increase rapidly. On
the other hand, a sudden cold snap
would probably stop the laying and
give the cold storage fellows auother
stab at the consumer's poeketbook.
PORTLAND MARKETS.
The forest products Inlinitory at
Madison, Wisconsin, has made 4,O(J0
tests on Dip strength of American wood.
Grain, xiour, Feed, Etc.
Wheat Track prices: Club, 85c;
Bluostem, 95c; Fortyfold, 85-!86c;
Red Russian, 84c; Valley, 85c.
Millstuffs Bran, $20.50 per ton;
Bhorts, $2223; middlings, $30.
Flour Patents, $4.60 per barrel;
straights, $4.00; exports, $3.653.80;
valley, $4.60; graham, $4.60; whole
wheat, $4.80.
Corn Whole, $36; cracked, $37 per
ton.
Hay Fancy Idaho timothy, $1718;
fancy eastern Oregon timothy, $1516;
timothy and clover, $1415; timothy
and alfalfa, $1315; clover, $8.5010;
oat and vetch, $1011; eheat, 1011;
valiey grain hay, $10(311.
Oats No. 1, white, $2525.50 per
ton.
Barley Feed, $2425 per ton; brew
ing, nominal; rolled, $27(5)28.
Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc.
Dried Fruits Apples, 10c per lb.j
currantB, 10c; apricots, 1214c; peach
es, 8Hc; prunes, Italian, 810c; sil
ver, 18c; figs, white and black, 6
7Vic; raisins, loose Muscatel, 64
7,ic; bleached Thompson, llc; un
bleached Sultanas, 8Vic; seeded, 7Mi
8MtC.
Coffee Roasted in drums, 1832c
per lb.
Nuts Walnuts, 19'jc per lb.; Brazil
nuts, 20c; filberts, 15c; almonds, 20c;
pecans, 17c; cocoanuts, 90c$l per doz.
Salt Granulated, $14 per ton; half
ground, 100s, $10.25 per ton; 50s, $11
per ton
Beans Small white, $6.00; large
white, $4.75; Lima, $8.30; pink, $4.00;
red Mexicans, 5c; bayou, $4.40.
Rice No. 1 Japan, cheaper
grades, 4Kc; southern head, 5Gs.
Honey Choice, $3.253.75 per case.
Sugar Fruit and berry, $5.20; Hono
lulu plantation, $3.15; beet, $5; Extra C,
$4.70; powdered, barrels, $5.45; cubes,
barrels, $5,20,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Green Fruit Apples 60c2.25 per
box; poars, $11.50 per box; grapes,
Malagas, $7.50fu$8.50 per keg; Emper
ors, $3.75(i4 per keg; grapes, crates,
$1.752; casabas, 2 Vic per lb.j cran
berries, $11 per barrel.
Vegetables Cabbage, 1VjC per lb.;
cauliflower, $11.25 per doz.; cucum
bers, 4045c per doz.; eggplant, 7c per
lb.; head lettuce, $22.25 por crate;
poppors, 57c per lb.; radishes, 1012c
por doz.; tomatoes, $1.50 per box; gar
lic, 12'jC por lb.; sprouts, 11c per lb.;
artichokes, $1.50 per doz.; Bquash, l'ic
por lb.; pumpkins, l'ic per lb.; celery,
5075c per doz.
Potatoes New, 75c(S$l per cwt.s
sweets, $2.25 per crate.
Onions Oregon, $2.15 per sack.
Dairy and Country Produce.
Butter Oregon creamery, solid pack,
30c per lb.; prints, box lots, 31c.
EggB Oregon ranch, 45c por doz.
Cheese Orogon Triplets, lOVjc; Dal
sies, 17c; Young America, 18c.
Veal Fancy, 13Vafi'16c per pound
Pork Fancy, 11c per lb.
Provisions.
Hops 1913 contracts, 2,'lcj )fll2 crop,
141bs., 1920c; picnics, 14Vic; cottage
roll, 17'jc.
Bacon Fancy, 2829c; standard,
2125c; English, 2122.
I Lard In tierces, choice, 1-tVaC; com
pound, ve.
Dry Bait Meats Backs, dry salt, 13
14c; backs, smoked, 1415e;
bellies, dry salt, 14c; smoked, 16c.
Smoked Meats Beef tongues, 25c ;
dried beef sets, 22c; outsider, 20c; in
sides, 23c; knnckles, 21c.
Pickled Goods Barrels, pigs feet,
$14; regular tripe, $10; honeycomb
tripe, $12; lunch tonngues, $22; lambs'
tongues, $40.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc
Hops 1913 contracts, 20c; 1912 crop,
luminal.
Wool Eastern Oregon, 1016c per
lb.j ralley, 1618e.
Mohair Choice, 2526c per lb.
Hides Salted, 12c per lb.; salted call
1617c; salted kip, 12c; salted stag;
6Vjc; green hides, llc; dry hides, 21e;
dry calf, No. 1, 25c; dry stags, 12
13e.
Country butter, per lb 30c
Eggs, per dozen 40e
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET.
Bran, per ton $25.00
Shorts, per ton $27.00
Wheat, per bushel 80o
Oats, per bushel 3233
Chittim Bark, per lb 4(3)5c
Hay, Timothy $15.00
Oats and vetch $12.00
Clover, per ton .. $9.00
Cheat, per ton $11.00
Buttei and Eggs.
Butterfat, per lb., f. o. b. Salem 37c
Creamery butter, per lb. 37c
Poultry.
Fryers 12c
Hens, per lb lie
oosters, per lb 8c
..78c
Steers.
Steers
Cows, per cwt 45c
Hogs, fat, per lb . 89c
Stock ogs, per lb 7 to 7c
Ewes, per lb . 4c
pring lambs, per lb 45c
Veal, according to quality ll13c
Pelts.
Dry, per lb 8c
Salted country pelts, each ... 65c$l
Lamb pelts, each 25c
HOW HE KNEW.
(Houston Post.)
"Have you ever boon told that Hu
erta is a booze fightert"
"Xo, I had never been told that, but
I knew it."
"How did you knoy it?"
"I read how ho embraced O'Shnugh
ncHsy, and I have seen a portrait of
O'Shaiighuessy. "
What has become of tho mnn who
used to woar knitted wrist warmers f
10
Common Garden Sage and Sulphur
Makes Streaked, Faded or Gray
Hair Dar'.a and Glossy at Once.
Almost everyone knows tsat Sago Too
and Sulphur, properly compounded,
brigs luick tho natural color and lus
ter to tho hair when fadod, streaked
or gray; also onds dandruff, itching
scalp and stops fulling hair. Years
ago tho only way to got this mixture
was to make it at home, which is mus
sy n lid troublcsomo.
Nowadays we simply ask at any drug
store for "Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur
Hair Remedy." You will got a large
bottlo for about 50 cents. Everybody
uses this old, famous recipo, because
no ono can possibly tell that you dark
ened your hair, as it doos it bo natur
ally and evenly. You dampen a sponge
or suft brush with it and draw this
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair disappears, and aftor another ap
plication of two, your hair becomes
beautifully dork, thick and glossy and
you look years younger. Local agent,
J. C. Perry.
Absolutely Puro
Recognized everywhere and by experts as
the very highest grade of baking powder
superior to other brands in purity, leavening
strength and keeping quality.
Made from pure cream of tartar, the product
of grapes, and the most healthful and useful of
leavening agents.
Its use insures the bread, biscuit and cake
against contamination from the cheap, improper
or injurious ingredients from which lower priced
baking powders may be made,
'KIDS NOISY" WRITES
BURGLAR TO VICTIM
UNITED PRKSS I.B4SBD WIRI.
Spokane, Wash., Dec. 31. "Your
kids make too much noise and keep
wake up, and it is now 5 o'clock, so
I cannot finish the Job. Good-bye. I
see you did not buy a new overcoat.' '
Leaving the above noto telling of the
inconvenience ho experienced whilo ran
sacking tho home, a bold burglar, bo
lieved to be tho same man who robbed
tho Rhodhamel homo Christinas eve nnd
other Spokauo homes during the Inst
two weeks, walked out of the handsome
mansion of A. L. White, on First aven
ue, about 5 o'clock this morning with
plunder valued at more than $1200.
Rofcrence to tho overcoat convinces
the police that the burglar is the ono
robbed tho Whito house about two
wooks ago. A valuablo overcoat was
among tho pluudor at that time.
Tho mossago was carefully pinned to
the uppermost branch of a small Christ
mas tree which occupied the contor of
a handsome tablo in the front hall.
The burglar niado selections of tho
finest silver and bric-a-brac.
Tho Bidoboard was stocked with se
lect brands of liquor. Each bottlo was
sampled and its contents thrown on the
floor.
On tho drawing room table stood a
huge electric lamp, which the prowler
lighted. He apparently went about his
work without any fear of dotectlon.
It was hero that the burglar sat down
and after selecting Mrs. White's finest
linen paper wrote Mr. White the note.
Ho had cut the house telephone wires.
A TROUBLE MAKES.
(Detroit Free PreBS.)
"I soo thoy are thinking of putting
motors on the telephone."
r,It will only cause trouble"
"How sot"
"My wifo will Insist every month
that she never said that much."
Salem
Brewery
Association
To Our Customers i
We desire to advise all our
customers that tho office of tho
Salem Browory Association Is at
present located at No. :!0i East
Washington strcot, Portland Or
egon. All orders for Sulem Beer
should bo sent to this office and
delivery will be made without do
luy. Tho prico of Salem Beer by
tho case or barrel lot will bo the
snmo to tho domestic or home
trade as it lias been in the past,
including free delivery.
Thanking our patrons for past
favors, and respectfully soliciting
their continued patronage, we
remain. Sincerely
SALKM HHKWERY ASS'N. .
Portland, Ore., No. 309 E. Wash
ington Street.
Brewery Salem, Orogon
BEAUTIFUL
MOUNT CREST ABBEY
COMMUNITY
MAUSOLEUM
IS RAPIDLY NEARING COMPLETION IN CITY
VIEW CEMETERY, SALEM. OUR REPRESENT
ATIVE WILL BE GLAD TO . MAKE AN AP
POINTMENT TO SHOW YOU THE BUILDING.
WHY DEFER LONGER?
PORTLAND MAUSOLEUM COMPANY
BUILDERS
HUBBARD BUILDING, SALEM
TELEPHONE 239
in ii
MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS
By Gross
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