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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14. 1916.
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L j the man who prefers
a strong cigar.
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sat anil stood on every two feet and:
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gate.i as tney walked or roite past. Io-
body as buttonholed nor were there
nay speeches en route it was just simp-,
ly a mile or more of feminine eye's'
i Vb- .1 l i
i,,,- mo;;. in- cnost- iu ic-.a sou ot parnotie caonret perioral
gard the glance. mice.
Tli,;; the stunt was effective was ap- Colonel Kobert Ewing set the style
parent from the impression which it by pooling off his coat, rolling up his
made on the delegates, sleeves and sitting back with a sigh
Hal? no hour before the convention of relief,
was called to order, n quorum of dele-! In the box directlv in front of the
gates easily could be counted outside platform, Secretary" of the 'nvy
lio liull. I .losephus Daniels and Mrs. Dnaiels held
"Jim Ham" Was There. a regular reception while the crowds
It was growing sultry inside, and w ef coining,
many who came in early turned around ; 0Uie James Welcomed,
and went out again. All the tun was Kn t noo of huge Ollie James evoked
.uts,de-a band across the street from tll, roum, of apnlnusP.
the ( oliseum played popular airs, wlnlei Vp,m t,,lnlp ,mf was 110 si (lf
mi lage workers , their white andtlu, (,ove,,tion being called to order,
yellow uniforms, edged through the At 12:lg tl cof.ven.iou began to
crowds distributing literature, buttons st(,a, v,ptilllt is!, .thp- nir flni dp,0.
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$42.30 from Salem
Tickets Good for Two Months.
See the Pageants of the
Grand Conclave of the
Ticket Sale June 12 to .19th
Conclave from June 17 to 23rd.
This is one of the most delight
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Senitor .lames Hamilton Lewis, look
ing -'ike a Turner sunset svmphonv in
brown frock suit, brown tie. gray soft
hat with the sort of a dent in it that
only the Illinois beau bruminel can lmt
there in. and tan shoes held n regular
I"1"" " iivvi.
At 11:. iU the hall was not more than
thre; -nuarters filled. The sun went be-
hind a cloud and the bluish lights
were turned en. At the same time the
" I'","". i..-.i s iii.Mus iiuiuMiiiig
gateJ. . The atmosphere fairly sizzled
and the democrats on the 'floor and in
I the galleries sweated and fanned and
jbega'i talking about what an outrage it
was t hold three or four more sessions.
"f's the most stupid thing I ever
kuev of." remarked Senator Kern, sit
ting and mopping with the Indiana dele
gation, "to keep us here until Satur
day'. It niay be that the convention
will take things into its own hands and
decid ' to double up a little."
"Shucks." added Senator Hughes, of
j Xcn' Jersey, "there wasn't any real
I need of a convention this year to pick
a cnudidate. and this whole thing will
ho W a f . no hut air mftnufueluriiipr i
About this time the crowds were
shotting signs of restiveness at the de
lay, r il, t the managers of the show nian
ipulared their first bit of George Cohan
stuff, signalling the band to play
"Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean."
and finally "Dixie." Xaturully the'nntil 11 o'clock Thursday out of re
audi. nee jumped lo its feet and yelled
Biyan Warmly Greeted.
Hrvnn's entrance into the press
stand at this juncture touched off an-1
"nn r.'i,i?.iuii ,L lltosi". I lie .tllll-
nion-r had wandered in, his press ticket
hand ami a lug Japanese fan
other and was looking uncer-
tainlv about tor Ins seat which the or state tor advice in the delivery of
crowd glimpsed him. lie smiled, a bit '. soeech. given by Bryan this niorn
at nation, shook hands with some of!'11!?.
his vewspaper colleagues and then sat
Placing of a gorgeous yellow, black
mil white Tammany tiger of cotton and
ool on the speaker's stand at this i moner's presence on the platform,
juncture failed to caue any hpplause. I Ny this time the shower had ceased
Th- California contingeut then;"111' ''e sun was out again, much to the
I tneir ins; 1 1 1 1 o I hi ii ii i-r "for
Woodrow Wilson and Preparedness.
Peace and Prosperity' 'over the speak
er's slMid. but it evoked no applause.
It eas exactly 12:.'UI. when Chair
man MeCumbs stoid up ami waited a
j inoinei.t befole banging his gavel. At
i the si me moment Secretary of War
I Raker slipped into his scat with the
Oiiler was restored nt once. "Amer
ica" was then sung, the entire audi
eiii " rising while those on the platform
wave 1 their i'laijs ia unison.
The "Mar spangled Haulier" eame
next. Hie audience sain' the last mimed
son..; and most of them (rave it up. It 1 It was the omen .suffragists and ' Bananas, pound 6 !
was plain the crowd, sticking to the! 'I"' t'hig trnt furnished the color toiAPf1'08 ,..$2.00:
no.wv varnished scats, was anxious toithe gntlieriiii; todav. Kemocrats sci. ' California grape fruit $3.00 .
The Opening Prayer.
1!ov. .Tames Lee of the M. L.
Souln. of St, Louis, then invoked divine
blessing, beseeching Almighty guidance.
"ilelp us to leeogitie our govern
ment i s a iio'iins ordained of heaven,"
he pi:. veil, "that we may inccras' as a
people ,,ii .4 power:"
llcv. Lee's prayer continued for 7 12
iniiut'cs, winding up with the Lord 's
prayer, in which the audience joined.
(li'.irniaii MeCumbs beean his opening
r 1 M.eei li at 12:t.'l. beiii.r accorded com
I plete attention by the crowd, which
now filled every scat. Applause was
scat'erii-u and sporadic throughout.
Tli 1 call fur the convention was then
4 j rend, v, bile the audience sat and fanned
i and m.ipped their brows.
! Cii'ii inaM Mel'uiiibs h:i'l read the list
4 j ef temporary ceitveiitii.il officials.
fliel:d.-' ef each officer aecldilie; tn the
read-eg ot Tiis name, a ', :. ,' of hand
Delegate George M. Greene of Rhode
Island, pot into the limelight by recog
nition of the chair to make the usual
perfunctory motion to adopt the tempo
rary officers a.s permanent officers of
the convention. By this time it was
apptuent the steaming atmosphere of
the liull was rapidly taking the pep out
of the audience ami only a politely
round I. it of applause greeted introduc
tion r,f former Governor Martin Glynn,
of Xi'-w York, temporary chairman.
Glynn first thought that struck
the KtKl'em-e and brought 1'orth a spark
of cMht'siasni was his defence of the
Wilson Americanism and his charaeter
izati tri of the Americanism of others as
"pet per pot" politicians.
A Great Demonstration.
At I'nis time a summer rain had set
in ou'side, and the skylight was fully
neede.1 to lighten things up.
The 1 eat was sticky and enervating
nnd was shown in. the absence of any
spontaneity in the applause until vol
unteer cheer leaders on the platform got
busy and literally pulled it out with
waving of flugs.
A demonstration greeted Glynn's
prediction of victory at the polls in
November. He did not mention Presi
dent Wilson by name, but inieiudiately
the president's name was taken up with
the cheering and flag waving. Enthus
iastic ,-oung men on the stage urged the
deleg'.tes to rise to their feet waving
flags vigorously until thev had the eu
dionco started off. The band added to
the din. Back of the press Bryan aided
in tile cheering by vigorous hand clap
ping. Sergeant at Arms Martin finally
stepped forward as Glynn, smiling,
stepped back to await the end' of the
nois and waved his flag, demanding
new- and redoubled applause from the
Tho Texas delegates produced a
"lon star" flag. But the greatest
appli'i.se started when some extraord
inarily husky New Jersey delegate in
some i nexplicable' manner, managed to
wrench one of the big standards up
from the floor ami started parading
around with it. Illinois and Maryjand
followed suit and there was a general
lining up, the strong men of all the
delegations attempting to root up the
inira ui signs,
Pennsylvania's huskies finalh- not
theirs up and Missouri and Alaska also. !
Meanwhile motion picture operators in I
the galleries ground awav franticallv '
nii . .. hpinrr sWltl-herl on fn rrii-n H,.
the Cost possible pictures
GU-nn s ood, arms folded' and grin tied
at the noise gunned
fli bnind' wis thee. iit;, 1
until 'lohii Brown's Bodv
ence jelled out the words of the song,
(laW -. r;n.. i ...
iVr was finallv restored at l:.U
and Clynn began anew.
Tin cheering and sintriiiL' had lnnfe,!
17 minutes though it had died out!
steadily during the last 'five.
.Tast as Glynn approached his perora -
tion a small dunkev named "Suffrage
lini. i i ,, '; -un'-ige
llaiiA which the suffragettes had
pla-e.l in the alley hack of the Colweum
let h ose a uninistakable hrnv of defi -
ance. Even Glynn recognized" the sound
and pased while the audience shook
Applause Greets Name.
Chun's speech was concluded at 1 -.'f0
o'clo'K and his final "words " Wood row
Wilson" the first time the nr.i,l,.,,t '.
name had been said evoked .-. t..r, ,.p
cheers and applause.
Delegate Smith of New- York, then
obtained unanimous consent to have
read President Wilson's proclamation
annoi neing today as "Flag dav."
Representative Fitzgerald's resolu
tion making the rules of the house of
representatives the rules of the conven
tion, v.as adopted. (Senator Pomerene
of Ohio, obtained consent of the adop
tion of a resolution requiring reference
of resolutions without reading, to the
resolutions committee and Senator New
land.! o'f Nevada, got passed a motion
nipmK'rsliip of tlio various Poinniittoca
i... w-iiinu in ine ron to ascertain
as elided by state delegations. This
was approved and the roll call begun,
stat.i chairmen rising to announce their
ehoic" (if convention officials as prev
iously elected at caucuses.
On motion of Senator Walsh of foii.
tana, the convention recessed nt P-n
j speet to the mcmorv of Thomas H
On the platform after ndioimiment
i Bryan came up to of for his coiiimitnl.i.
ttons to Glynn, who was holding a rami-
.My boy," said tho Xebraskan,
"I'm happy ns you are."
''.vim thanked the former seerefnrv
When I saw voti aimlaiulimr " l,
added "I felt riiiht
Tl3 filvnn reception was turned into
a (.lyen-Bryan love feast by tho C -
nti-d'action of the convention croud.
Early Morning Outlook
By Perry Arnold
'nited Press staff correspondent "i
st. Louis. Mo.. .Iiinc 1 ts ,.t),i
over two thousand persons assembled
here at noon today to waste time uud
speak and listen to .speeches for three
days before they do the one thinu for
which they have been chosen. In oth -
or words, the democratic national con -
ventinu was called to order by Vi -
tional Chainiian AieCnnilet and started'
on its oratorical wnv toward the r,.. :
1 nomination of Wilson vol Marshall
eu upnii jiujj onv, winch is todav
arouse the crowd to a hiirh freuzv
patriotism. ,cntly I.'i.iiihi flavs were
listribiiti'd to delegates, alternates ami
spectators. At a given signal, two'
big flags will I ifnrled in the coli-j
seimi and with the band plaviag the!
Star Spangled Banner, toe great hall;
will be transformed into a sea of way. '
ing links. !
Silent Women a Feature j
The women staged n silent demon-!
stiation of their plea for the bn.'lot.
Per two li.Jiirs the suffrage woikeis,.
.Ircss,., in the white an. I gold of the!
suffragists lieed Lncn-t stri'et for thei
dlstllllce between t lie .1 ef fel-on hotel
and tl oliseum. They didn't say 11
word the idea was simply to bore in
oil tile coisrioiivne.-, of the delegates
the fact tout worni"! desire e-iial suf
frage. Because of the vcv f;,ct that the
woik of the eon cut ion is so porl'niic-
ltory, thcie was u j, -yeiinient
today among delegates that its work
will be hurried ubmg. There may be
aji attempt made to advance the date
of the nomination. The delegates
know there is only one candidate for
the presidential nomination. They are
perfect!' willing to adopt any sort
of a platform -pleasing to him. So
why tuss and- speechify and bake in
tiie heat and pay big hotel rates for
several perfectly unnecessary days?
The plan to consolidate several of the
purely speeching se:-sinns grew ia fav
or todav with knowlnlge that I'lei
dent Wilson regards unlucky Friday as!
one of his lucky days and would be
perfectly happy to. le renominated on
that day. The original plan was to
wait until after midnight Friday to
put through the national ticket.
Just Routine Work
The program for today's session was
purely routine. First of all, (. hairman
MeCombs sang his swan song as na
tional chairman. Then he introduced
the temporary chairman, former gov
eruur. (iily nn of New Vork, the "key
noter." U is speech concluded, there
were a few. details of organisation to
be attended to before adjournment un
The democrats would like very much
to have some sort of a row ust fo
furnish a little excitement and make
the convention seem more like a demo
cratic gathering. But there ilida 't seem
to be anything belligerent anywhere
or 'any issue where there was a chance
for belligerency even a desperately
inflated series of boonilets for Roger
Sullivan and Governor Major as vice
presidential nominees having failed to
attain a size sufficient to insure a
real contest against -Marshall.
National committeeman Edward F.
Goltra of Missouri has been the one
real peppery, belligerent democrat in
St. Louis and he was sat down upon
hard by the national committee, so
nothing remained. Goltra tried to hold
up the whole convention until he was
given what he considered his share of
tickets, but the committee simply sick
ed Charley White, of prize ring fame
on himWhite being official door
keeper of the convention and Goltra
TUP MAPIfFT " "
The following price for fruits
and vegetable! are those asked by
the wholesaler of the. retailer, and
not what ifl paid to the producer.
All other prices ' are those paid the
producer. Correction! are made
' . '
The summer weather .seems to have
a summer effect on the markets as no
. . , i i . .
changes are noted in todays nnota-
I . . ,
! tl0"' t'!"'tl'l"ltr that hens are now
i1"'"' - "1" 12 l'''"ts l'r"ll,M's
l,'c"t.s- r .. , ...
rlui 1 ,,rtll,II(l market is sagging
i which means that the present price of
l'K's wM1 h"''1 for f,l'vt'ri'1 ,ia.vs- ,
! Tho watermelon days are not here,
I b,lt tllc'y Bre 111 the lmPl'"al vull,'v "'
southern California right next to tho
Mexican line and this means that sni
nients will arrive in Salenr early next
Rolled barley -
Shorts, per ton
Alfalfa, California, ton
Creamer butteri Per V"n&
I Country butter 20c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, onso count, cash
1 Roosters, old. ner nound ...
liioileis, under 2 pounds
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 8($9c
Pork, dressed 10c
fork, on foot
I ta i i--c
"!(" 7 l-2c
(a i I -2e
spring lambs, 1!Hu"
Radishes 40c !
Green onions 40c
Green peppers 25c
Green pens ....UP.lc
' Egg plant lc I
j Carrots, sack, new $1.75'
j Carrots, dozen 40c,'
i Onions, Bermuda 2.00 .
K'nions, Oregon $2.50 '
1 Rhubarb - 40c
i Florida celery tl'iO
Oranoes, Valencies .'!.".' 1
Lemons, per box $4.0O(a4.5O
toir,orlua Krape iruii j.uuj.u.vu
nf ! Plnoapples . . 7 l-2c
lr.,.. e ;a .Fnn:,Ann
Honey ... $3.50 1
' Strawberries $ l.OOfi 1.25
Cherries, box $1.50
Eetall Prices. !
EK', Ver dozen, fresh ranch 2."e j
.Sugar, cano ..$8.75.
Sugar, beet $8.55 ;
Creamery batter 33c j
I'lour. hard wheat $1. Mir,) l.-'o I
flour, valley $1.15(ol25
Pnrtlaiid, dr., June It. Wheal
( lnb, M.; lilucstem pr.i fr; O'.ic :
l-'ortyfiihl '.tiicfi !'fc; ted Itnssian M'-fo'
Oats No. I white feed $2.Vi 2.
Hogs, lo st live .HCi .is. In.
Prime Steers .SJor ss,;;.",; fancy
cow s $7.2-": calves $s.
S.'ing lambs i'J.
Classified Advertising Page
Butter City Creamery !'c; Country
EEKggs selected local extras 2-roi
2Iie. " '
Hens lb-rtilt 1-lic; broilers Kcftlsc.
Geese lOcfVi 1 1c.
1'rivate Simon Wolf on arriving a'
Kl 3'aso to join Seventh infantry,
marched on through Juarez, thinking
Mexico was overrun by I'ncle Sam's
tiooos, and was arrested by Mexican
FOR SALE 2 cash registers, 1 single:
and 1 double drawers, 1 set of bil-;
.. Hard balls; 2 sets of pool balls; 1 sis j
foot cigar case; oae roll top desk;
one fire proof safe; one 5 roura bun-!
galow. fill or write 1353 Ferry St. I
FUIi SALE 40 acres, good land well!
improved, 8 room house, large barn;1
good road, 3-1 mile to good town;
price $10110 will accept $l.",oo 'in-!
come property; give time on iMooO
if desired. Square- leal Kealty Co.. j
202 l S. Hunk bldg. I
FOUR VALLEY FARMS For sale by
owner on county road and railroad.
50 to 200 acres each, good buildings,
goon bom, .".11 under cultivation, close
to scrool, prices reasonable, half
cash, balance timo at 6 per cent or
modern income bearing city property.
. P. O. Box 240, Salem. tf
REDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from all points east, on all household
goods, pianos, etc." Consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for 1'aeitic toast
Forwarding company, 101 South Com
mercial street, l'hone Main 933.
LIVESTOCK DEALERS' NOTICE
The undersigned, il. W. Eyre, here
by informs tho public that the busi
nest, relations heretofore! existing
between Mr. I.. C. C'avanaugh and
himself have been dissolved and set
tled and henceforth he will continue
in business on his own account and
pay tho highest market price for all
livestock offered to him. G. W.
Address 1973 Mill street. V'none 2206
NOTICE To the people of Salem,
that I have installed a completo oxy
actylcne welding and cutting appar
atus in ray shop. For welding steelo,
cast iron, aluminum, brass and bronzo.
We make a specialty of automobile
frame welding, scored cylinders
blocks, broken crank cases, farm
and harvesting machinery. Wo are
also equipped for extra heavy weld
ing and and can go to your job. I
have employed an expert welder to es
pecially look after your wants, Your
.patronage .is respectfully 'solicited.
All work fully guaranteed from de
fects. ' C. K. Grigg, general black
smith and wood working shop, 1SSI5
State street. July 3
FOB BENT r
FOR RENT Nicely furnished house
keeping rooms reasonable. 833 North
Commercial street. tf
FOR RENT By month or week, strict
ly modern 5 room house furnished
or unfurnished. Phone 1737 VV. tf
CLEANERS AND DYERS
APPAREL SERVICE COMPANY
138 South High street. We clean
press, repair, remodel and reline
clothing and. furs. Careful attention
given ill work, We call and deliver.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds remoyed on monthly contractB
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
8247. Residence M tin 2272.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets,
For water service apply at office.
Rills pavable m'.i.thly in advance.
WA..TKI Competent woinjin for
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Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
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North ' aoilal street. Phone -lh!l.
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Iowa. Jf you have tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiroprac
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Office 400 7-8 U. H. National Hank
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J. C. VL'EN- Well known Chinese doc
tor has successfully treated all dis
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ials on file at. the Oriental Herb Co.,
CIO State St., Salem. Out of town
patients treated by Symptomatic Di
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.1 til -1
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Portland to Salem
Lv. Portland. Ar. Salem
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VVKI.TMKR SYSTEM Of snggestivo
Therapeutics practiced by JJr. W. T.mon council deem it expedient so to
Tompiuns, s. T. Most powerful. nat-,0) an,i hereliy declaro its purpose ami
urjl and successful treatment known; inteution to improve South Church
to science for the relief and cure of stroct from tho south line of Statu
headache, stomach, liver and kidney j streot to the north line of Mission
trouble; rheumatism, constipation,! street, except that portion there occu
infantile paralysis and all ttiiiiale: picj by what is commonly known a
complaints, heart, lung and throat! the Bush or Church street bridge es
troubles; all diseases of the eye;, ean-j tending from the north line of Oak
cer, goitre, epilepsia, asthma, nerv-1 treet to tho north line of the westerly
ousness or any chronic disease. Sag-1 ,.xtention of Bellovuo street, at the ex
geative therapeutics properly applied )0,19o 0f the abutting and adjacent
to a diseased body is positive, sure - property by bringing said portion of
nail permanent iu' its results. Hours South Church street to the official
U to 12 u. in, 1 to 5 p. in., phone 1 gruA, constructing cement concrct
iiltl. Office rooms I, 2 and II H ivno j cmba and paving said portion of said
Bldg 341 Sute St., Suiein, Oregon.
DR. O. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis -
ters nitrous ozid and oxygen gas.
Room 214. Masonic Temple. 1'lioao
440. Saicin, Oregon.
For all kinds of Insurance in Stand
ard Companies, call on
P. J. Kuntz
Room 309, Bank of Commerce.
General Feed n4
a 11 t hi. hi. Tho common council hereby ilcciaret
Small Livery Stable !.(s JUrrioat) UIlll intention to maTve said
inbove described improvement by an.l
C. W. TRAIN I through tho Street Improvement De
oo. I partment of the city.
854 Ferry. Fhon Wt , (jv orit.r ot the common council.
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283
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WOODBUKN IxiCAI, DA1LI EXCBPT BUNDAH
No. 84 Leaves Salem 8 AO p. tft.
No. 03 Arrives In Sa'm t .ii p. m.
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WII.I.AMETTB RIVER ROCTH
Oregon City Transportation Company
Leave Portland for Oregon City, Huttnvllla,
Newberg. Mliwlon (St. Paul), WhoaOand,
Sulciu (dally except Sunday) . . :40 a. m.
Leave Portland for Independence!
Albany-Corvaills, (Tues., Ihurs., Hst.)
8:43 a. oa.
, . 8 a. m. Mob., Wed., FrL
...7 a. in. Moo., Wed., Frt.
, . 0 a., m Moo., Wd'1, FrL
10 a. m. Mon Wed.. Fri.
aaiem 0 a. m. Tua., Thura., SU.
Notice of Improvement of South
Notice is hereby given that the com-
street with a six.-mc.li, twoeoursa
.Bituminous Concrete pavement,
consisting of a one and one-half
Inch Ititiiminous Concrete wearing sur-
: fa,.0 .yv oa a four and one half inch
I Kitnminus Concrete base in accordaaca
. wili. tn0 lans. siiecitications and esti-
mates for the improvement of said por
tion of South Church street, adopted
by the common council on the 5th day
of June, KUO, now on file in the of-
- fico of the city recorder which fr
moro detailed 'description tnereof are
hereby referred to ami mde a part of
this notice; being that character or
kind of improvement known and desig
nated in said plans, specifications and
estimates as "Bituminous Coucret
Pavement No. 5."
:Chas. P. Elgin, City Recorder.
m I Dated this li dav of .luii' I'.Hfl. ine17
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Oood Real Estate Security.
THOS. K. FORD
Over ladd ft Bush Bank Salem. Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN' I have made ar
rangements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms.
Homer 11. Smith, room ." Mctornaok
Bldg. Salem, Ore. Phone '.Hi.
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Column put your dollars on the night