THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 5. 1915. SEVEN NOTICE TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF SALEM, ORE. .' ORDINANCE No. 1414. THE MARKETS I NOTICE. Conditions in the general market lire the same today as for the mat week. Ours lire firm lit 35 cents, and wheat is bringing S3 and 85 cents. The grain mnrket has made no changes for about three weeks. Veal is weak today, with eight cents for tops. I'ork is also showing signs of weakness, the tops bringing 5 3-4 cents. All other markets are quiet. WHOLESALE MARKET mania. Hay. timothv, per ton $14.00 Oata, vetch $10 Choat .. .. B(g)lu Wheat 85c Oats 35c Rolled barley $32.00 Corn 40 Cracked corn $41.50 Bran $20.00 Shorts, per ton $28.00 Clover seed 13 to 10c Buttwl. Butterfnt 33c Creamery butter, per pound 35c Country butter 30c Eggs and Poultry. Eggs, candled, No. 1, cash 3So Kggs, ease count, cash 36(5)3Sc. Eggs, trade 3739c Eggs, storage 28c liens, pound He Iioosters, old, per pound 7M-C Spring chickens, pound llfaill'ic Fork, Veal and Mutton. Veal, dressed . i...78c Pork, dressed 8c Pork, on foot 5 l-25 3-4c Spring lambs 6c Steers 55 l-2e Cows 3 4c Hulls 3e Ewes -.. 3c Wethers .'. ....44MiO vegetables. Cabbage 40c Tomatoes, Oregon 50c String garlic 15c Potatoes, cwt - 75c Brussels sprouts 10o Sweet potatoes $200 Lettuce 40c Beets 40c Carrots Turnips Celery ... Onions . 40c ........ '40c 40c70c ....$1.50 A bill for an Ordinance to amend Sections 39, 40 and 41 of the Charter of the City of Salem, Oregon, so as to provide a method of foreclosing liens for delinquent assessments by suit in the Circuit Court of Marion County, Oregon, and providing for the issuing of a deed by the City Marshal in conformance with a ilecree rendered by such court. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SALEM, OREGON: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE LEGAL VOTERS OF THE CITY OF SALEM, OREGON: Section 1. That Section 39 of the City Charter of the City of Salem, Oregon, shall be and the, same is hereby amended so as to read as follows: "Section 39. The City Marshal of the City of Salem, shall im mediately after having sold any real property by virtue of such warrant for the collection of delinquent taxes or assessments, make a certificate of sale of the property so sold, setting forth 1 herein the object for which the sale was made, together with a designation of the name of the improvement for which the assessment was made, a description of the property sold,. a state ment of the amount it sold for, together with a list of the amount or amounts and year or years for which the assessments are delin quent, and for which sale is made, and in all instances where pay ments are due and delinquent on any assessment bonded under I he Bancroft Bonding Act, the Marshal may sell the property sigainst which said assessment was levied and bonded for any one or more of such delinquent payments or assessments, in the same manner as provided for sale of property for delinquent assess ment upon an entire assessment, and in such case shall issue a certificate therefor as herein provided. A single certificate may be issued to the purchaser of premises at such sale for one year or more delinquent payments upon assessments against the same property for the same improvement, and the owner of such cer tificate may without further proceedings by the Common Council present said certificate to the City Treasurer and tender and pay to the said City Treasurer the amount falling due on any subse ouent payment or installment upon the improvement for which the property was sold and certificate issued, or the owner of such certificate may without iurther action by the City Council pay to such City Treasurer any other tax or assessment which may be .-.ubseauentlv levied against the premises described in such cer tificate, in either of which said cases the City Treasurer shall endorse upon the face of said certificate the amount so paid, together with the other information required to be set out and designated in such certificate by the City Marshal when said cer tificate is orieuiallv issued, and the holder ot said certiiicate snail thereafter have a lien upon the premises therein described, for . any and all payments made by him on account of assessments evied against the premises described in said certiiicate, ana in case of redemption by the owner as provided in Section 40 shall be entitled to receive as interest upon the money so paid, the sum of 12 ner cent Der annum. Section 2. That Section 40 of the City Charter of the City of Salem, shall be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows: "Section 40. The legal owner of any property sold forj delinquent assessments as provided by Section .39, or the owner or holder of any mortgage, judgment or lien against any such premises, may redeem the premises sold as herein provided at any time before a deed has been issued therefore as provided in Section 41, by tendering to the City Treasurer and paying the full value of any and all assessments due and owing upon the premises for which a sale has been made and a certificate issued, together with all costs of such sale and interest on both such sums at the rate provided in Section 39, and in the event such redemp tion be not made until after a suit for foreclosure has been insti tuted, such person shall pay in addition thereto the sum of 10 per cent of the amount due and owing as shown by the certificate upon which such foreclosure has been instituted." Section 3. That Section 41 of the City Charter of the City of Salem, shall be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows : Section 41. The owner and holder of any certificate issued by the City Marshal as provided for in Section 39 'which said cer tificate shows upon its face that said owner or holder has paid to said City Marshal or to said City Treasurer or both, three (3) annual installments due and delinquent upon the property described in such certificate, or in case a certificate be issued for an entire assessment when, in either case such certificate shows that payments have been delinquent upon said premises for a period of three (:?) years or more, such person may make applica tion to the Circuit Court of Marion County Oregon, for a decree foreclosing their lien against the premises described in said cer tificate, which said lien shall be foreclosed and enforced in all manners as liens for state and county taxes are enforced under the statutes of the Stale of Oregon, and the proceedure provided for the enforcement of said liens for city and county taxes is here iw made the Droceedure for the enforcement of liens for special assessments, provided that the decree rendered in such fore closure suit shall direct that the City Marshal or the uty or Salem, and not the Sheriff of Marion County, Oregon, shall ' execute the deed provided for in such decree." Section 4. That the City Attorney is hereby directed to pre pare the necessarv heading and ballot title under which the ' .. , . . , , ... i. i i oi inc. naid amendment snail De suumiuen to uie lugai voters ui oaiem f whi,.i, win ))C HOt t() ,n-ing pepper :.t the treneral election to be held in the City of balem, on the mint. This neroni-c will bo ad.icd to CAU rl.nr rWnmhnv 101fi. finrl tlid Citv itpenrrWr is herebvlt..e Hugh (i. Fisher fa rin of DOS acres V bit VI " VI i'vvuiuvi) j j v --" --'V " " I . directed to cause the said assessment to be printed in proper form on the ballot to be used at said general election. Passed and adopted this 25th day of October, 1915. - Attest: CHAS. F. ELGIN, City Recorder. Approved this 27th day of October, 1915. ii. o. winia, Mnum. '""J"' r..,,rnvln f',,1 W. .1 T, C. Kfllt. L'5, tt Ari'iidin, was hurled forty feet The official ballot title heading for the foregoing measure1"'"1 i-iai.y fuH.iiy burned ta as it will appear upon the official ballot used at said election of j.,it,.,. jnilt ,,,,1,., iont . ,.n,0yeii December 6th, 1915, Will be as follows: at the reservoir. He was tnkun to the 'Hnbcn hospital. A (JllAUTl'iK. AitlrjiN LHuci.Yl I'KUViDliNU f UK I11U FORECLOSURE OF DELINQUENT STREET AND SIDE WALK ASSESSMENT LIENS RY SUIT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE SAME MANNER AND UNDER THE SAME REGULATIONS AS LIENS FOR DELINQUENT STATE AND COUNTY TAXES ARE FORECLOSED. No. 1. Shall Sections 39, 40 and 41 of the City Charter of the City of Salem be so amended as to provide a method of foreclosing delinquent street and sidewalk assessment lines by suit in the Cir cuit Court of Marion County, in the same manner and under the same regulations as liens for delinquent state and county taxes are foreclosed. Vote Yes or No' by marking an "X" in the ap propriate space between the name and the word "Yes" or "No" in the following lines. The following is an itemized estimate of the amounts of money proposed to be ruised, by tho levying of an addi tional tux for road purposes, in Hood District No. 47, iu Marion County, Ore gon, as provided by the regulnrly called meeting of the tax payers of said district,' held on the 1st day of No vember, 1915.. . . . . Budget. For tho improvement of the following county roads: Tho road from Benver creek north to beginning of lnno at end of travel soil ;by draining, grading and graveling, VZIIU.UU. ,!.. - The road from Culbert at Lewis barn running east by draining, grading and graveling, $300.00. . .. . , .,'' The road from the town 'of Shmv running. north by draining, grading arid graveling, $.100.00. . ... The road from end of gravel running west from Shaw by draining, grading and graveling, $200.00. '; Tho above estimate muy be rtineussed at n regularly called tax payers' meet ing, to be held on. November 27, at two o'clock p. m., at Shaw school house, in said district. :' JOHN DARBY, Chairman. WM. H. HOWD, Secretary. NOTICE. Classified Advertising Page ing county rouds: The road from Power House to BucII'h corner known as A. Quail road by-general repairing, $500.00. 1 The road from Davis school house to ' North boundary of district known as J. I Gordon road by general repairing,! $500.00. The road from Silvertou and Silver' Creek Falls road to A. Oedcr corner j known as Power Creek road by genoral repairing, $500.00. The road from A. (jcoers corner to Cedar Camp by general repairing, ' $500.00. i ' .The, road from end of present per manent road to Chns. King's by macad amizing, $1,500.00. ' The. above estimate may be discussed at a regularly called tax payers' meet ing, to bo held on November 27, at two o'clock p. m. at Porter school house, in said district. L. O. HADI.EY, Chairman. GEO. MAIS, Secretary. NOTICE. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick, handy reference for busy people The following is nn itemized gstimate of the amounts of money proposed to oe rniseu, Dy tne levying or an addi tional tax for road purposes, in' Road District No. 54, in Marion County, Ore gon, as providod ; by the' regularly called meeting of the tax payers of said district, held on the 1st day of Novem ber, 1915. Budget. For tho improvement of tho following county ronds: Tho hill at tho east entrance to Para dise alley by cutting down and gravel ing, $200.00. Tho road from Pudding River bridge to the top of the .Nootncss hill by grav eling, $100.00,. The road from O. S. Ilange's gate on Silverton-Siilem .road going west, by graveling, $203.00, more or less. Tho above budget was estimated on j a proposed levy of 3 mills, nn nn esti- mnterl district valuntion of $187,740.00. The above cstimnto niny bo discussed at n regularly called tax payers' meet ing, to bo held 6n"November 27, ot two o'clock p. m., at. Brush Creek school house, in said district. ' L. H. MEYER, . . . Chairman. 34.. TINGELSTAD, . 4j,yo,-v Secretary rrulta. Ornnges, Valencia '.. $5.75i(ifl.00 Lemons, per box $A.t iiqvi.zo Bananas, lb 6a California grape fruit $fli)7 Dates, dromedary, case $3.35 Fard dates $1.60 Grapes , . . . $1.35 Cranberries $1011. Pineapples .' 7MiC Honey ,.$3.50 ' . Retail Price Eggs, per dozen, f rcBh ranch . .4045c Eggs, storage 30c .Sugar, cano $0.55 Sugur, D. G $0.35 Creamery butter 40c Flour, hard wheat $1.50(2.40 Flour, valley 1.20(u)1.50 NOTICE. PARTLAND MARKET. Portland, Or., Nov. 5. Wheat Club, 1)0 t-2e(f93 l-2c; Bluestom, 91(al)7c. Outs No. 1 white feed, 24ui'.t25. Barley Brewing, $2S(?i$30; feed, ,L'(l.5or 2N.50. Hogs Host Live, $0.50. Prime Steers, $fl.30((i $(1.75; fancy cows, $4.".'i((i $."; calves, $"(?( .$7.,"0. Spring lambs, $7.25C'i $7.35. lluttiv City Creamery, 31 l-2c. Eggs Selected Local extras, 40(iri'41c. liens, 12 i-2c; broilers, 12 l-2(.)l3c ; geese, Sc. TO GROW PEPPERMINT. That the Willamette vnlley in five years will be the main market of the world for peppermint oil is the opinion of W. ,T. Turnidge of Crnbtree, Linn county, who recently took a five-year lease on the W. S. Mutt farm four miles south of Salem on the .lefferson road. Mr. Turnidge will put the farm into pep eriuint next, spring and during the summer will construct a distillery on the place for the extraction of the oil. The .Molt, fiiriii contains M acres, all the southwest corner of Marion conn ty, which Air. Turnidge purchased about about a 'month ngo. At present only three acres of the farm are in cultiva tion, but Mr. Turnidge will immediate ly ilciir 200 acres on which he will raise peppermint. THE TANK EXPLODED. Tho following is an itemized cstimnt of the amounts of. money proposed to he ruised, by the. levying of an addi tional tax for road purposes, in. Road District No. 2, in Marion County, Ore gon, as provided by thc'regulurly called meeting of the tax' payers of said dis trict, held on tho ls.t day of November, VJiO. Bullget. For. the .imprpvgmsjit .of thfi foljow ing' county roudsAk.' Tho roud from Freo Methodist Church to Hugh; Wolf or 's place by Uobt. Fraud's and J. C. Moomaw places $3115.00 by draining and graveling. Tho roud front 'Pudding river roud nt Earl Kocher plnco tb rStoll's placo on Pacific Highway by Bunguinquth place vy uraiiuug uuu graveling. inn roud Irom fcoutli lino of District to the North line on tho Boon Ferry roud ny ueo. iimnngueir and C. K. Irv ine $31)5.00 by draining and graveling. Tho above estiinnte. jnay be discussed at a regularly called tux payers' meet ing, to be held on November 27, nt two o'clock p. m. lit E. .S. Miller's place, iu said district. , . H. F. DANIELS, - ' Chairman.' J. C. MOOMAW, Secretary. The following is an itemized estimate of the amounts of money proposed to be raised, by tno levying or an addi tional tax for road purposes, in Road District No. 35, in Marion County, Ore gon," as provided by the regularly called meeting of the tax payers of said district, held on tho 1st day of No vember, 1915. Budget. For the improvement of tho following county roads: The road trom Gates to iNiftgara, Ma rion County, Oregon, by widening out the road bed to Hi feet at all dangerous parts of the road by grading and grav eling other parts of roud that require it, $1,335.00. The road from Gates to Elkhorn by reducing curves and heavy grades, par ticularly a 32 per cent grade, by gen eral Topnir on the upper part of Biiicl road, $450.0(1. . The road from Gates to Mill City by cutting down two of tho heaviest grades, near "Spencer" creeu, ny grubbing and grading, about nine hun dred feet Of the road bed to meet tho Mill City road at west terminus of Dis trict 35, $250.00. Tho above estimnte may be discussed nt v regularly called tax payers' meet ing, to be held on November 27, at two o'clock p. m. nt Anderson pool nan, Gates, Ore., in said district. HENRY .TOOST, Chairman G. A. SrENCER, Secretary TelephOM EVERYTHING ELEOTRIOATj. Balem ElettrU Co., Mssonit Temple, 127 North High Main 1S00 LAUNDRIES. Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty Main U PLUMBING, STEAM PITTING AND TINNING T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial Street Main 111 UNDERTAKERS. Rigdon-Riehardson Co., 254 North High street Day and night, Main 181 TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE. Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Mali 14 JOB P2INTINO. Beaver State Printers, Patton Block.. loll NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. Notice is hereby given that we, the undersiuneil resident tax payers, rcpre seating ten per cent of the resident tax navers in Road District No. 4, Marion County, Oregon, hereby give notice to the tax payers of said . district, Jlmt there will be a meeting of the resident tax payers of said district, at school house nt Chnmpoeg, in said district, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the 27th day of November, 1015, to vote an additional tax for roud purposes, as provided by an net of the legislature of 1913. Signatures: Hurry K. Fuwkes, ,t. E. "Smith, .roll n A. Genrin. Mrs. J. E. EM ridge, ,T. E. Eldridge. F. E. Osborne, E. I. Osborne,. Curtis tolemnn, Irene i.oib nmn. Nov. 20 Try this on Your Eczema If you are afflicted with Salt Rheum, Tetter, dry Eczema, Acne or Pimples, buy a jar of Dry Zensal. For that watery eruption, or Weeping Skin, use Moist Zensal. 50c the jar POOL'S DRUG STORE UNDERTAKERS. FOB BlrNT. LEHMAN ft CLOUGH C. B. Webb, A. M. Clough morticians and funeral di rectors. Latest modern methods known to the profession employed. 445 Court street. Main 120,Main 988. BIGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral directori and undertakers, 252 North High street. Day and night phone 183. WATER COMPANY. 3ALEM WATER COMPANY Office orner Commercial and Trade streets. For water service apply at office. Bills payable monthly in advance. LODGE DIRECTORY. NOTICE. NOTICE. 100 Yea. 101 No. I hereby certify that the above ia a full and correct copy of the text of Ordinance No. 1414 as passed and adopted by the Coun cil and also of the ballot Title as the same will appear on the official ballot. CHAS. F. ELGIN, City Recorder. The following is nil itemized estimate of the ti in 1 1 ii nt h of money proposed to be raised, by the levying of an addi tional tux for roml purposes, in Rond District No. 4, in Marion County, Oro- gun, us provided ny tno. regularly tilled meeting ot the tax payers ot said district, held on the 1st duy of Novem ber, 1915. Budget. For the improvement of the following county roads: The rond from Chnmpoeg trr Van dale's corner by Mrs. M. E. Eldridge 's 149.00. Tho rond from Vamlale's to St. Paul District line by Ed. l'illett's, 01411.00. The road from Vandule's to dorian school house by Mrs. Knniips, tl 111.00. Tin' rond from Fred Geariu's corner to the bridge, 1 19.00. ; The above estiinnte may be discussed at a regularlv called tax pavers' meet ing, to be held on November 27, at two o clock p. m. at ( humpneg school house iu said district. HARRY K. FAWKEH, Chairman. J. E. HMITII, boorolary. The following is nn itemized estimate of the amounts of money proposed to bo raised, by the levying of an addi tional tux for roud purposes, iu Rond District No. 5.1, in Minion County, Ore gon, us provided by tho regularly culled meeting of the tax payers of said district, held on tho 1st day of No vember, 1915. Budget. For the improvement of the following roads: The roud from G. C. Oilhnti's four corners running east to end of rock lit Hunt 's hill by macadam, iN40.l!:i. The above estiinnte may bo discussed at a regularly called tax payers' meet ing, to lie held on November 27, nt two o'clock p. m nt W. O. W. hall, Victor Point, in said district. CI.AKKNCE C. JOXKH,. Cliairinnii. .1AM KM O. DAKHY, Sec returv. NOTICE. The following is on itemized estiinnte of the amounts of money proposed to be raised, by the levying of an luldi tionnl tax for road purposes, in Itoiul District No. 12, in Marion County, Ore gon, as provided by the regularly called meeting of the tax payers of said district, held on the 1st duy of Novem ber, IIMU. Budget. For the improvement of the following count' rouds: , The Crooked Finger rond from John Semolhic's gate to Crooked Finger school house by grading and niucudumiz ing, :i,757.35. The above estiinnte may be discussed nt a regulnrly culled tax payers' meet ing, to be held on November 27, nt two o'clock . in. at Noble school house, in sniil district. W. T. HOGG, Chniriiiiin. ALLAN BELLI MIKIt, Hecrelnry. These tiny CAPSULES Ire superior to Balsam of Copaiba, Cubebs or Inlectloni.and irflMilfcl.lt' - in IMIUYI 24 HO'Jn tho ' same discar.ei with out Inconvenience. BM lv alt druyoitit. CHIROPRAOTOB "ONSULT DR. MAY, exporionccd and successful Chiropractor, for acute and chronic disorders. Has practiced six years in Oregon, free consultation. Hours, 9 to 12, 1 to 0. 305 0-7 Hub bard Bldg- Lady attondunt. Phone office 672; residence 082-lt. OHIROPRAOTIO-SPINOLOqiST OB. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro practic's Fountain Head, Davenport, Iowa. If you hnvo tried everything and have got no relief, try Chiroprnc tU spinal adjustments and get well. Office 400-7-8 U. h. Nuti(ial Bunk Building. Phone Main 87. Uesidcnco Main 828-R. A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge No. 2. Moots every Monday evening at 8 In the McCornack hall, corner Court and Liberty stroets. A. E. Aufranco, M. W.; S. A. McFadden, recordorj A.-L. Brtwn, Y. ' - , CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P. McCornack building. Tuesday eveu ' ing of each week at 7:110. F. F. Schrarn, C. C; W. B. Gilson, K. of K. and 8. SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications first Friday in each month at 7:30 p. m. in tho Masonic Toinple. J. C. Welch, W. M.; S. Z. Culver, secretary. MODERN FIVE ROOM HOUSE Fur nished or unfurnished. 331) Mission, or phono 1737W. tf FOB, BALE. FOR SALE Potato sacks, 4c. 855 N,; Com I. Phono lis. SMALL general stock ot merchandise lor sale, inquire iivu norm Cap itol t treet. - tf FOR SALE Or tmdo, 85 acre farm mile west of Gervais. A. W. Stewart, Gervnis, Oregon. Novo WANTED. OOOD COW WANTKD Must give ov er 4 gnllons, testing 5 per cent or bet ter. Phone 427K. Nov5 WANTED Some ono to take charge of my 100 acre ranch, all fenced, 8 acres in cultivation, house, barn, "some tools an,T bee's. "A' good oppor- i... .. v.,.i....n. ir.:t.t ... liiiutj' it uv;iu.'i . 1.111,7 iiiu. fcttato qualifications. Do not call or phono. Luther Myers, Salem. Ore gon. Hospitnl Station. NovlO PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications third Fri day in each month at 7:30 p. m. iu the Masonic Temple. Glenn O. Niles, W. M.j Ernest H. Choato, socrotary. R. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp," No. 1300, meets every Thursday even ing in McCornack building, Court and Liborty stroots; elevator. Miss Syl via Schaupp, 1701 Market, oracle; Hazel Price, Imperial Furniture Co., recorder. UODSON COUNCIL No. 1, R. & 8. M. Stntod assembly first Monday in each month, Masonic Templo. James Plant, Thrice Illustrious Master; Glen C. Niles, rocordcr. NOTICE. .. Notice is hereby given that the.fol lowing described dogs hit vo been em pounded, will bo killed at the City Dog pound on Saturday, Nov. tith unless personally redeemed by owner as pro vided by. oilrinnncc: Ono 'enuilo dog, breed part Duucj color dark gray, weight 50 pounds. One male dog, color black brown around eves and cars, breed Hound, weight 23 pounds. Ono male dog, breed Hound, color black mid yellow, blind . right eye, weight about 45 pounds. Ono yellow dog, with black tail, breed pnrt Airdale, weight about 35 pounds. One femalo dog, breed Red Spaniel, weight 15 pounds. E. S. BUDLONO, Street Commissioner. Nov. 5. DRY CLEANING PRESSING 'LOTHES CLEANERS Pressors, ro pairors and dyers. One trial will con vince you that our work and charges are right. Cleaning parlor open to 8 ?. m. Goods culled for and delivored ree. Phono 728. - Appurol Survice 0o 138 S. High street. DE MOLAY COMMANDEItY No, 5, K. T. Regular conclave fourth Friday in each month at 8 o'clock p. m., in Masonic Templo. Sojourning Sir Knights aro courteously invited to meet with us. Goo, 11. Burnett, E. C; Frank A. Turner, recorder. CHADWICK CHAPTER No. 37, O. E. 8. Regular meeting every first audi third Tuesday at 8 p. in. in tne Ma sonic Temple. Elizabeth Head, W. M.; Ida M. Babcock,. socrotary. TRY A JOURNAL CLASSIFIED AD THEY ARE BUSINESS GETTERS . ONE CENT A WORD WOODMEN OF THE WOULD Moot 1 every Friday night at 8 o'clock in ! McCornack block. Oscar Donaldson, O. C; i. S. Geer, clerk. 007 Court street. Phone 003. DENTIST. DR. O. A. OLSON, DENTIST. Administers Nitrous Oxid und Oxygen Gas Boom 214. Phono 440. Masonic Templo. Salem, Oregon MAUSOLEUM. NOTICE. The following is an itemized estimate of tho amounts of money proposed to bo ruised, by the levying of an addi tional tax for roud purposes, In Rond District No. 14, In Marion County, Ore gon, as provided by the regularly culled meeting of the tax payers of said district, held on the 1st day of No vember, 1013. Budget. For the Improvement of the follow-1 UOUNT CREST ABBEY MAUSO LEUM The better way. Dry and sanitary. Building always open to visitors. Sunday 1 to 4 p. m. J, W. Gasklll,' manager, 828 South 12th. Phone 1308. OSTEOPATH DRH. B. H. WHITE and It. W. WAL TON Osteopathic physicians and nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer ican School of Osteopathy, Kirksvillo Mo. Post graduate and specialized In nerve disease! at Los Angeles college Treat acuta and chronic diseases. Consultation freo. Lady attendant. Office 005-500 U. S. National Bank Building. Phor.4 850. Residence 840 North Capitol street, Phone 400, SCAVENGER. SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Boos proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed ou monthly contracts at reasonable rates. Yards and cess pools cleaned. Office phone Main 8247. Residence Main Z272. MULTNOMAH KOYAL ARCH CHAP-1 TEK No. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet ing Bccond Friday in each month at I 8 p. m, In the Masonic Temple. Al-i fred F. Marcus, Ex. High Priest; Rus-I sell M. Brooks, locretary. UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly No. 84, meets ovcry Wednesday at 8 p. m. In Moose hall. Mrs. F. W. Cook, M. A.; C Ramliill, Sulom Hank of l oiniiiereo. SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY X). D. Kceler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson, secretary, All cases of cruelty or neglect ot dumb animals should be reported to the socrotary for Investigation. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Orogon Cedar Camp No. 6240,meots evory Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In McCornack hall corner Court and Liberty streets. Elovator service, W. W. Hill, V. fl . Rex A. Turner.elerk. I SALEM FENCE and STOVE WORKS R. B. FLEMING, Prop. Depot Aniencan Fence Gates, Plain and Barbed Wire, f Roofing, Posts, Hop Hooks. 40 Years Making Stoves Stoves rebuilt and repaired. Stoves bought and sold. 250 Court Street. Phone 121 I Back of Chicago Store. . MONEY TO LOAN On Good Roal Estate Security. T1IOS. K. FORD Over Ladd !t Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon MISCELLANEOUS. GOOD 1'HED FURNlTUUIvBoiight. also taken In cxciinugo for new, Full lino of new furniture, rungos,' hoat ers, and other house furnishings. Ponta Furniture Co., 233 North Com mercial street. HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY Let us da your weekly washing. We use sanitary methods. We call and do livor your washing for 50 cents. Olve us a trial. Phone 471. Fif teenth and li street. L. M. HUM Care of YICK SO TONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known disease. 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Phone 283.