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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEiOREGON r
THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1923
DEGINiiUlG A SEED GJRDEU. OR THE
WAY ELU fHGI ADVISES DUG IT
Answering-Utters From Persons1 Who wished' to) Enter
the Seed Growing Industry Miss; McMunni Thinks
" All Human Beings Should Be Compelled to Work on a
Daily rlewspaper Between the Ages oi it) ana
By ELLA McMUXJf .
If you should " step Into
I If you should, step into my
rpora this morning jut npstalrs,
first door to-the right, tou would
.observe thaf? the door "Vent baek
agsfost'a large box that was In no
i Way beautiful, butwjtfdgmr?from
ltlace'of honor, andthe . care
Wlfh SvhicVif is guarded; veryval
uabie 'indeed. On the - walls vyou
Wduti'-see "erivdlope,' dozens tf
them,- ulging i-sllghtly; On' the
window sill, the sua should be
shlnlnfc "fltlwoaJd'Sce class, fish
rloos-ctverdwUh, m, piece of mir
. rot frrawhich; the syver has been
scratch, a gJ&,sppQtv bolder that
has jop spoons in it,; &' sealing bot
tle perhaps, on the desk a; milk
pan that. I . shake vigorously when
ever Ijfhlnk of it; and everywhere
eliie Woks, papers, hiagazinesy slip-
. pings an seedwttalogues.. .
,.f The Secret is out All these
mysterious' syn and. symbols re-
lateA to'Tny latest enterprise, seea
crowing - True, wa Jaave .unused
; roowsF twvw; house t-and i store
rpomsfalore, about the farmi but
1 ijuetva.tarally ,' sleep better . to
have my. seeds right where fI can
lay bands , upon them and cjlmb
I tiltzer and. puts on his old, wheat
fields or some other : unimportant
place. It must, stay in one laenti
cal spot, say at the north of the
barn, where the tyln pours through
it and flows into the ground, for it
is around thai sacred spot that you
will lay he funditlon of your for
tune. Just as; Ij did.' . You do not
plant your seeds thereto f course,
but you do secure your good dirt
there, for none'! of these , patent
4P , VJ A -"Iw" 4t
.km. V I Ti - -a . - .
V V Y-W Vm- M
L -ZSj f;Fv
thihgs you readE
about that have
and de-darn-i knows ,:what, can
equaf a wheelbarrow J-load " of
grand, old cow manure.
1 Vour next, fpuirchase' must, he a
straw pile sevett' years old;or as
much older , as you can get. You
will be able to finds this- tnly
where the man !bf the house Is re
garded as lazSy and shiftless or he
would have had it burned up and
out of the way the third day-after
it was threshed:;
be: so regarded!
I mean he would
by these awful
"fly" ' nersons who go snortin
about tearing u "jack", and never
stopping long: enough in one place
to find out the value of a straw
stack as it slowly an thoroughly
goes through one of ature's most
wonderful processes' tbat fits It to
become an Important . factor in
I 'r4 v UT ei, ju : i,
i i i i m .... i r " - i - w i ii
?fy Mwiai todge Roster
rRATIRSAL ORDtR OP EAGLES, I
! ui Brd W.4. W. O. W. UaU. 8. M.
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TYPOGRAPHICAL . XO. t0 SECOND
8avur4aT. P. m. m. V. FllkiBCt,
proidcnt; Roy 8. Blixltoit, krriarr.
CARPENTER'S VNIOX: NO.
llrri) Thum. Ttiin. Arthur Tnk-
rr. Prcaidrnt: Wm. PMtil. rrr.
Skilled morhanlri f nrninhi-d. Pwm I7.
RITUAL MAY BE CHANGED
Pmbltabvd rr Barkiaf (axeapt Ma-
a; ) at alaaa, u ct"ll ( uncos.
RKYISIOX IS RFXXXMMKXDED
VOll EPISCOPAL CIIURCIl j
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are not absolutely sure of it. They
do business on such a large scale
that it would-be beyond the pale
of. human endeavor for all seeds
to' be as "good 48 you "had hoped,
the quince tree to safety, in case
Ihera ahnulii hA n rirA In tn Tl int.
Kon i v,t.0 i,irt hi plant growth, conservation of mois
mouke gnawing away somewhere ture an4 protection from extremes
I Bhonldr wish to' assure myself UI anu c" lu-
thit he'wsa not nibblinr at some Yow may get! some -wonderful
of mv thousand dollar pansles. seeds from the regular seed cata
Real seed growers no doubt have logues that come through the mail
cabinets full of little drawers and along about January first but you
trays in which they keep their
carefully labeled seeds, instead of
the envelopes that adorn my walls;
they have drying places with arti
ficial heat.1 so enclosed that the
seeds in drvine do not poo out I or f to be as good as those from
across the floor, instead of a fish
globe or. sealing bottle as I use;
they probably have little cleaning
machines that blow out and sift
the seeds from the hulls instead
of using, the primitive method of
pouring from one vessel to another
while the west wind sends the hulls
away to the outside, and they have
scales so fine that exactly the
right, weight of small seeds goes
into the package, instead of a sil
ver teaspoon and tablespoon which
are my units of measure; they
must have some sort of ft mill that
grinds the pods of such plants as
Canterbury: Bells, thus releasing
fine Fence Cczx&k. Cyua
the small shining seed, instead of
houses or companies growing and
dealing in some special kind of
seed. For -instance i we i cannot
think of pansy seed without think
ing of E. J. , Steele, Portland, of
whom more is sail in another arti
cle; when w speak Jof asters we
think of Herbert A ; Fleishauer, of
HcMinnvillo, fwho axe also ' men
tioned elsewhere, "and so on
throughout a list of specialties, for
which these people stand its types
of good seedsmen. : It you think
of I planting 'special : seeds other
than those mentioned, you can
not make a better investment than
to send 20 cents in stamps to the
Florists Review, Chicago, for a
like alfalfa, clover, I onions, etc..
an oi wnicn .uregon can ana aoes
raise. -It also contains advertise
ments of flower seed bulbs and
good news write-ups pf the indus
try all over the world. The Flor
ists Review i3 published weekly
and .the Seed World twice each
month.- ;'' i ' I
- The only poetry that I know Is
"You can't make' a silk purse out
of ai sow's ear," butJ every day I
realise its true beauty and worth
that may be apparent at the out
set. I For years and years I planted
''sows' ears' and, llvfed in abiding
faith' that they would, blossom into
"silk; purses," but they never did
Two -.years ago through the Flor
ists' Review I learned of Steel's
Pansy Gardens, and made a fearful
plunge with one package of Mas
todon pansies, price'; well never
mind 1 the price, for. they were
worth twice that. Last year I add
er-Masterpiece and. Orchidae,
Golden Gate, Elks Purple, and al
ways Mr. Steele sent extra! seed
putting . on gloves to protect their copy of their publication, which
I bands from the fuzzy stickers that contains the names of one thous
' bury themselves in one's flekh, and and seed growers, and florists who
snipping the pod in two with the are. of course; seed; buyers. V I
' tcissofs, as I do. They take their mention them not as an advertise
invelopes'tb the printer; and" have ment, but as :a bit of valuable in-
complimentary remarks printed up-1 formation to beginners, who, like
myself, do not! know "B" from
"broomstick."1' :I secured the ad
dress from Mrs4 Emma Leswell of
I Santa Cruz. California, who sells
geranium seed to florists all over
the country. : This publication has
on them, some of which are true,
. and all calculated to cause flower
lovers to purchase. Instead of writ
ing the labels on a typewriter that
is a notoriously; bad speller.
, But such equipment would be
j expensive, and while necessary If I very low rates jdn advertising. 18
one expected to make a spectacular I cents a line, and might be - consid
i entrance into the sed world. In a I ered the trade paper of the florists.
big noisy way, I believe that it is Anyway it gives you a sort of dis
better to put one's available capi-1 tinction to advertise with them.
tal into first class seed stock and! like belonging to the Masons, it
; the rest of their, money inta adver- you are a man, ;or if a woman, be
i Using, and then, as the enterprise I longing to the Salem Woman's
prospered, i to add all the "doolclub or the augtiters of the Ameri-
da4s" that Successful seedsmen are
using. But, lest I get, the cart be-
lore tne norse, or to be more up-
- to-date la my phraseology, get the
trailer in front of the automobile.
" I will say that if you plan to enter I to market. Your home newspaper
this delightful and by no "means I sell all your seeds the first
overdone Industry, your first 'par-1 year, and If 'your garden is at all
chase must be a cow. Any kind of I w0rth while it will give you very
a cdw'wlll do'; but an animal kivlnsrt pleasant mention In' addition to
milk is generally a family favor-1 yonr paid advertising.
ne: you should have bought her Another equally good magazine
v two years ago, Dut failing to do so, that might prove just what you
tne next best thing is to buy? a need is the Seed World, also pub
5 place where there has been a cow hished in Chicago, but which seems
ior two or more years. : And It I to have a list of advertisers who
shouldn't be one of those nice, san-lmav be termed wholesalers, aa thev
4 "aT piaces wnere the man of the speak , of carloads of seeds, and
X. house seizes all the fresh laid fer- there Is much said of farm seeds
can ' Revolutkm;: r : the Thursday
Bridge Luncheon club. J But
think tbat you would be a raving
ldlot'if you advertised; with them
until you have a great gob of seeds
cast my seeds out of the, window,
which seemed to suit them very
well as they came on fine, but I
I was some years getting a really
good collection of those in the del
icate pastel shades of lavender and
pink( with a preponderance of the
more rugged purple.) j
I learned., too, that poppies and
Canterbury ought to be planted in
the summer for the big showing
next -year, and so, just as there
appears a bare place in my gar
den, and it is all bare now, I run
out and sow poppies and Canter-
burys. , .!.;'
I have had letters from persons
who wished to enter the seed
growing industry, and to-such, as
far as I was able, I outlined a plan
that theoretically looked as if it
might work. But. I am not a pro
fessional seed grower, merely a
beginner, eort clawing around in
the dark, until I locate the next
rung on the ladder. The only ad
vantage I have over many ama
teurs is the background of a llfe-
and special things, regular "Silk I time of newspaper work, which has
Purses." I was rather planning to I trained me to ask questions about
sell young plants early this spring, I everything under the sun and to
but I lost , one thousand of them I broadcast the information as fast
during the winter, because I failed as received This same assocla
to remove them froni the flats inltion has taught me the value of
the autumn to the earth where the I advertising plus "good goods."
snow; saved the few hundred I had! 1 have been especially asked
transplanted. Pansies are ; hardy,! about the profits in seed growing,
and I -took the only,. way by which I and can" only 'saythat beginning in
they could freeze to death. , I had! the most simple manner; the first
ten boxes up on a platform where (year is all expense, for you must
the cold wind surged underneath. I assemble yo'ur material, buy your
and l had window sashes over the! seeds and advertise; the second
boxes bo that the snow could not! year you should come out "even,'
settle down warm and cosy upon and th third year should show a
them. But in the flower business.
"every day. is a fresh beginning.
every year the world Is made
new, and from the flowers I did
not Sell as infants, 1 have begun
to reap a harvest of seed. My
mother raised poppies this season,
and they were so beautiful that
people stopped their automobiles
to look at them. ; Some of them
were-double and as large as a cup,
or. maybe a gravy boWl; some were
single and some like a carnation,
aild all were of the finest,' silken
texture, with the most dazzling ar
ray !bf ' colors I have : ever seen
They seemed to be frost, proof,
drouth proof, bug - proof. They
were given place far off in the
shrubbery garden where the only
cultivation-'.they got f was when a
gopher ran under them, but I quit
scolding my mother tor answering
advertisements in cheap magazines
when I saw how glorious her gar
den jwas. - , ,
For six years I tried to get Can
terbury Bells to grow, and finally
margin of profit. ! ' i '
As this is my first year, I am
not paying income tax, but I
shouldn't be at all surprised if. in
the course of a few years I should
issue my own 'catalogue with my
picture -on the outside, holding a
pumpkin in one hand and a con"
pie of Shasta Daisies in the other
SPORTS DONE BROWN
There is. some talk that Jack
Dempsey will meet Harry "Greb
world's middleweight king. In the
first battle the heavyweight champ
accepts. This battle, if staged,
will be arranged mainly to give
him a chance to tune himself. up
for forthcoming battles with Har
ry Wills and Gene Tunney.
There seems to be some -feeling
at least around Greb's home
grounds of Pittsburg, Pa. that he
would give the champion a ral
battle. j ,
It Is pointed out that Stanley
Ketchell. a middleweight, took on
Jack Johnson adn gave him an in
teresting battle. ,
This is all true. Greb is fast,
a heady boxer, carries a fair de
fence and is a willing mixer when
he wants to be. ! He is probably
faster than any man that could be
found willing to meet the cham
pion. It has often been said that
the man who beats Dempsey will
be a fast man one who can evade
Dempsey's murderous boring-in
blows and pepper him to death
while dodging them. . .
But, giving Greb bis due, the
bout at best can have but one end.
io reier again to me jveicneu
Johnson affair. Ketchell was rated
higher, in his day; than Greb is
rso one Irving today, who saw
Ketchell in his prime, will rank
Greb even with, let alone. above.
him, v . j -. j , . -
.' 'Dempsey,' on the other hand,
cannot be rated much below John
son, even if you favor the big
black man for ring generalship.
cunning,-craft and defensive abil
ity, -v So : . 1. ;-;
'-The battle .would wind up Just
as the Ketchell-Johnson affair did.
Johnson was taking i the battle
lightly until Ketchell surprised
! la 4 .11 k A . a
uiiu oy stinging mm wun a series
of blows to the face. Then John
son got mad. He was raging like
a bull when he tore into Ketchell
from his corner and beat the smal
ler man into Insensibility.
If Dempsey gets rear mad the
battle will have the same result.
In the -final analysis Greb hasn't
the punch. Dempsey has". Write
your own ticket. The fast man
who beats Dempsey must carry
dynamite in his speed wagon, i
. t 4
Chicago Cubs have signed up
Walter Brown, a BChoolboy pitch
er, who is said to resemble Ruth.
Scouts are now checking up on
his capacity for haKied brown po
tatoes and hot dogs. :
! ... ... , . .
, Charlie Ledoux, veteran French
Dantamweignt, . picicea , up many
American ways on his visits to
this country. For one thing be
learned what prize fighters do
'when their days in' the ring are
NEW YORK, Aug. 11. (By As
sociated Press.) Recommend-
to change some of - the ritual of
the Episcopal church will be made
by the joint commission on revi
sion of. the book of common pray
er, to the triennial general .'con
vention of the church whicii will
be held in New Orleans beginning
October 7. : . " " t !
Among other changes, the com
mission will suggest4 that the
word "damnation" be changed to
"condemnation," and that refer
ences to "vlleness," be changed to
"transgressions." . j i;
Aonther change recommended
in toe Epistle to be read on Trin
ity Sunday Revelation IV, I. the
word which King James' version
translates as "beast" would j be
changed to "living creatures." I I
In the prayer for "all women In
the perils of childbirth," the com
mission would strike out the word
"perils," making the petition read
simply '.'for all women in child
birth." . r ! I
In the holy communion service.
the bidding prayer would be
changed to-omit -the word "mili
tant." The present officiating
priest says "Let us pray for the
whole state of Christ's . church
militant." The commission
argues that time has rhanged the
meaning of some 'words, and that
some that were accepted at tbe
time the book of common prayer
was .written are not fitting for
this generation. II
Ob laoatk. tail aai.
Boaday io eaau rr wora
la ardcr tm aara tba anara tkaa ana
tima rata, adraruaaaaaat aaaat ru la
Ma A A. takaa far laaa tkaa ZS caata.
Ada. raa Baa day OaU.X" aar4 at
Adrrrtlaaaaata (axeapt Paraaaals
aatl Sitaatioaa Waatad) win tkaa
ar taa talavkaaa U taa aavartiaa la
a nWriUr ta pkaaa.
Tka Stataaaaaa will raealva aJrar
tiaaaMBta at any tima at tka iay ar
aicM. Ta lasara pro oar iamea-
tiou ada. ikoald ba la aafara 1 . aa.
.TTCIXPHONK 11 w6ll
HELP WANTED Male , it
WANTED COMPANION FOR-TKIP Tu
tarvda la tyrplrmttet ar Uetolwr. h
WANTED EXFERIEXTF-D TIRE M AV
aad aaWaaiaar to wvrk at rvbildia
tirva. 315 Ceatr St. I'kooa si
TUB WATKIXS - PRODrrTS m.
, aped a baativr lor aart 11 ana a
writa 1130 ra Stateaaa. ISala
! Money to Loan
Oa Ral Eatata
! T. K. FORD
! (Orar Iadd Baak Baak)
BEFORE TOTJ I.EAVR TOUB HOME
OR CAR HAVE IT
Paoaa Baeka A UaadHeka, XJ. 8.
Baak Bldf. 4 IS tl
8AI.ESMAN TOCNO MAX. LET ME
kelp yaa plaa for tko futar. be
-Biaavy la (it adTaartasrat aur-4
Iok ap L. R. ICIatfrra - at II. I,.
Stiff's Farnitara Store. 3:30 p. m. t
, S p. aa. or 444 Sovlk Hick atr.
P- ta. ta 8 p. 1 :.a 1 4
POSITION - WANTED. EXI'ERIEXCI D
trorerraaaa, wkoioaala or mail. f.Mwt
card writer ar arioUaar 4rtar. Will
aay plara. Addreaa Box 1.-.31.
THE OLD LINE HANKERS Lirr. 1N-
aaraara Co. of Ncbraaka kaa t.rcrnl
Acaacy opeaiar ia tbia territory (ur a
araa of ability. One. ha raa orxamia
tt.o field and prmii.e I m wtv ery
liberal firat ear ru4aM1a4.44.aa aad
renewa'a. ('ontraru dttert with ko-ae
ffice. Ter 'interview adtr v It. ;.
Newell. Stato Repre4eatatie. 71.
Cora bet t llMr.. Portiaad. tro. I Sail-
WANTED EmploymeiU IB
CITT AND COUNTY WOOD
FOB GARDEN PLOWING. BASEMENT
dig-fiat aad taaai work, pkaaa lvrs.
; 1 Owl 4' I
1 WE WRECK 'EM
Part far all cara. Wa aoll far laaa.
Get aar pri'ea aa trailara. Saloaa Aato
Wrackiac Co 401 8. Ckarcb Stroet.
Pkaaa is. Ia3tf
8C HEELER AUTO WRECK TTKO COrill
bay your aid ear. Mifkoat caah wrifa
paid. N. rmi,Hil St. l)ttf
GENERAL REPAIRING, TIRE8 AND
taboa. ac'oaaoriea, faa aad oil. . Mtl
LER a LEBENGOOD CARAGE. Pkaaa
564. Miller and 8. Commercial tsta.
Wa apocialiia ia recondiiioniaf aaotori.
BEE TJS TOR TOP AND PAIXT WORK,
O. J. Hall Aata Top Faiat Bkop.
Koar fira dopartataat. S-16tf
done. So he has become a poli
tician, j j '
Word from rrance says that he
has Just been elected a municipal
councilor in his home town of
Pougues-les-Faux. He I the first
professional boxer to win a public
office in his country. It is said. ;
They tell a story of how Ledoux
won some of his votes. He was
addsesslng a crowd In a timid way
when a bulky Communist started
to heckle him. Ledoux tried in
vain to check the trouble-maker
with polite replies.' Failing in this
way he turned to the only other
method he knew. He promptly
challenged the 200-p6under I to
fight it out. The heckler quit the
meeting and Ledoux won the
Battling Sikl, Senegalese maul-i
er who trains on liquor, was
tabbed the other night in the
neck. It probably was a elancine
blow from his dead. I !
The Benny Leonard-Mickey
Walker fight is on again. Honest
it is. Jack Kearns. Walker's man
ager, says it is. Benny's friend $
say, "Uh. huh." But don't send,
in your check for seats right awayj
You may want the . dough Xof
Christmas expenses. 1 :
HOP I PICKERS WANTED. WE FUR
fiiak wood, water and teat. Pirkinf
at Sl.OO far lOO I ha. Lee Ilio -Hon
yard. Roate H. Box 9S. Salem. Ore.
5S mi lea north of Salem. 9al
TToripiekiaK at tke WHliama yard
ear Kola will eoaameneo aat
September laL 9a31
HOP PICKERS. I0 YOU WANT TO
pick in ane of the bent and rleaneat
yarda ia the eoantry about IS or -
daya pirkinaf A toad place ta aead
joar family aa thia ia a koaoa yard
whero yon will be made to feel aa you
are at home.' Shark., teata. aawed
wood, furniture. Pirkinf will atart
about Sent. 1U Phone 59F22. C. C
KanelL Kt. S. Bx. 123. - 9alS
! HOP PICKERS WANTED
Tor two af war yarda. tka Mitoma
Ranek near ladependeara. 117 aerea.
and tba Curtia Ka-irh, oear Talbot ata
tion. 30 arrea. Uaual aeoommoda
tioaa faraicked. Tarda la azeelleat
aha pa. Piekiat will befia akoat Sep
tember 1st. Ueciater bow at Geora
Watera cirar atoro. or Darbia A
Carnoyer, Bo 2. arer Peaaey'a atora.
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NOTICE FOR RIDS
Notice is hereby given that the
city council of the City of West
Salem. Oregon, will, on the 18th
day of August. 1923, receive bids
for the construction of a Well to be
constructed in accordance ' with
the plana antr- specifications now
oa file with city recordei1 of West
Salem. - . .. , . j
Conncil reserves right to-reject
any and all bids. Bidders axe re
quired to submit certified check
for five (5 per cent) per cent of
their bid. MAUDE MILLER, ;
' City Recorder,
a 11-12-13 t . , - i
Debs Tells World Socialists WilluNdme Their Own
Blanks:: Tlialt ' Are Legal
T7 wry la .tock i oyer 115 leal blanks sniieJ to etosi an j business
trsnsaetluns. i We may haye Just the f ona yoa are looking for at a Ms
saTinz as compared to made to order f oras. r r
Some of the forms: Contract of Sale, Road Notice, Will forms, Assign
ment of Mortgage, I Mortgage f onus, Quit Claim Deeds, Abstracts form,
BO of Sale, Boilding Contract, Promissory Notes, Installment Notes, 4
General Lease, Power of Attorney, Prnne Books and. Pads, Scale Ke
ceipts, : Etc. These forms are carefully prepared for the courts and private
ess. Price on forms ranges from 4 cents to 16 ctnts apiece, and on note -books
from 23 to 50 cents. . i'
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Eugene V. Debt, picturesque
socialist leader released from
prison months ago. Is shown' ad
dressing 19,000 persons At so
cialist picnic In Milwaukee. That
the party has definitely with
drawn from the progressives- and
will name its own ticket was one
of his. statements. , On the plat
form back of Debs are (1 ) John
Xl. Work, socialist candidate for
La Folic tie's senate scat; (2)
William Coleman, state party or
ganiser. (3) Kirs.' Victor Ber
ger; (4) Hcinricb Bartel, editor
of Vorwaerts, and (8) Rep. Bcr
Notice is hereby giTen that the
common council of the City of Sa
il m. Oregon, will, at or about
7:30 p. m. on the 17th day of
August. 1923. or at any subse
quent meeting of the said council
thereafter in the council cham
bers of the city hall in Salem, Ore
gon, proceed to assess upon and
against each lot or . part of lot
liable therefor its - proportionate
share of the cost of improTlng
Falrmount avenue from the south
ine of Superior street to the south
line of Luther street in the City of
Salem. Marion "county, Oregon.
All nersons interested In- the
said assessment are hereby not!
fied to appear before the said
council at said time and place and
present their objections. If. any
ibey have, to said assessment and
Apply to the said council to equal
ise their proportionate share of
By or?er of tbe common council
August 3. 1923. -
M. POULSEN. City Recorder.
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Ntire of AnMsment for CVxtt of
Improving Fab-mount Arena
From Lather Ktrcrt to Rnral
Notice Is hereby given that tbe
ectmmon council of the City or
Salem. Oregon, will, at or about
7:30 p.. m. on the 17th day of
August, 1925, or at any subse-
qurnt meeting of the saW council
thereafter In the council chambers
of the city hall ta Salem, Oregon.
proceed-to assess upon and against
each lot or part of lot. or parcel
of land. liable therefor Its propor
tionate share of the cost of im
proving Falrmount avenue from
the south line of Luther street to
the north line of Rural 'avenue.
City of Salem,. Marion county,
Oregon: " . ; .- ! r
All persons interested In the
said assessment are hereby noti
fied to appear before the said
coancil at the said time and place
and present their objections. If
any they, have." to said assessment
and apply to the said council , to
equalize their proportionate share
I By order of the common council
August 3, 1925. . . .
If. TOULSEN. City Recorder.
Date' f first publication hereof
is Autism, 1925. a 13-14-15
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