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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916.
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PHONE 937 For wood saw.
HARRY Windoweleaner. Phone 76S.
BUBBER Stamps made 105 S. Com'l.
BED White and black currants. Call
rRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor
491 N. Cottage. tf
FOB RENT SIGNS tor sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
FOB SALE Or trade for wood, gaso
line engine. Phono 451. ti
FOB GOOD MEALS And comfort- j
able rooms at reasonable Tutes.
Phono 1013. tf
FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping
appartments, rates reasonable, close
in, 180 Court. ti
WANTED Cascara bark, highest cash
price. Call or write Fry Drug store,
Salem, Oregon. july3
HARRY Window cleaner. Plume 1041
CHERRIES For picking, 2123 N.
High St. july;i
FOR SALE Cheap, dump box. Phone
203 or 544. july3
FOR SALE Kale plants 1 per thous
and. Phone 2!P4. july3
FOR RENT House keeping rooms,
close in. Phone 4 or 47 tf
FOR SALE Good woik horse. Phone
FOR SALE Overland ear good condi
tion. $350. L. A. care Journal, julyl
JERSEY COWS For sale. Ward K.
Richardson, 2395 N. Front. tf
FOR SALE Furniture anil piano.
Phone 540, 3!H N. Cottage. july3
Willamette Valley News
FOlt SALE Span of horses, harness
and wagon. 771 N. Com'l St. july3
TWO NICE Cottages for rent by the
month or season at .Newport. G. W.
Johnson &Co. tf
HIGH QUALITY Low price printing,
Shaver Press, 720 North Cottage
street. Phone 2179. july3
ADS under this heading lc a word
Read for profit; use for results.
FOR SALE Small delivery car. Price
$125. R. J. HerschbaVk, 22'J State jll
FOR RENT For season, cottage at
Agate Beach with garden. E. Holer.
LOST Gold watch fob, engraved "T.
M. R." Reward, Return to Journal.
FURNISHED Housekeeping room,
first floor 04 N. Com'l. Phone 2454
FOR SALE" One good horse. W H.
Snced, R. 2, box Co, Salem. Phone
FOR SALE High chair, nursery chair
fluids iron bed and sulky. 1945 Sag
inaw, South Salem. june30
WANTED Logan berry pickers, cool
ramp, wood and water. Perries not
damaged by frost. Phone 32F32.
IXtST UMBRELLA Gold handle, in
laid with pearl, engraved "C. G.
F." Return to Journal for reward.
FOR TRADE 120 acres Montana land
near R. R. station for acreage near
Portland or Salem. Box 15, Salem,
FOB SALE Equipment for butcher
shop, complete, in good location for
a market. Address J. J. Longcore,
R. 4. jme30
FOB SALE S hilf truck Stndebakei
wagon. Will trade for heavier wagon
eordwood or stumpage. 2786 Lee
Phone 1322-J. tl
FOB RENT Business block room, siz
18i80 feet. 467 State street. In
quire at 403 State. Phone, 1009
Maurice Elinger. U
"WANTED To trade 3 1-2 wide tread
Milborn wagon in good shape for
narrow tread 3 1-2 wagon. Must be
good. Phone 692. tf
GIRL Or woman wanted for general
housework in country; must be ex
perienced. Phone 22F25. Address box
12, Sublimity, Or. tf
FOB SALE A 5 room modern bunga
low, with cement basement and lOx
12 sleeping porch, price $1500, terms.
Address W. A. Journal. julyl
FOR SALE 7 Jersey cows and 15
head of 1 and 2 year old Jersey cat
tle. See Davis lfees, 5 miles south of
Salem on Jefferson road. juneSO
FOB SALE At bargain prices, ont
Troy laundry mangle 90 inches, stor
helving, two teams and Shetland
pony, 2 double buggies, one single
buggy. H. Steinbock, 302 N. Com'l
Phut- 808. tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished four
room bungalow, ciioap to good ten
ants, care considered more essential
than money. Must rent for at least
six months'. $10 per month. Enquire
766 S. 18th St. . . junc30
STRAYED From owner, 1 sorrel
mare, light mane and tail, 2 white
hind feet and one white fore foot,
white, streak on lace, ear notched.
Finder report to W. W. Craig, or
phone 2340-W. tf
FOR SALE Splendid paying general
store invoice about $3000, no dead
stock, absolutely good, discounts will
pay store rent including 4 neat ad
joining living rooms; sales $1200
per month; small town in Marion Co.
Or. Address box 193, Salem, Or. jll
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
For the District of Oregon
In the matter of McEvoy'Hros. (T'.ic
Chicago Store), bankrupts. Request for
T will receive sealed bids for the
following property formerly belonging
to the above named bankrupts, locat
ed in the store formerly occupied by
naid bankrupts at Salem, Oregon, up
to and until 12:00 o'clock noon on Sat
urday. Jnlv 1. 1916, at my office, No.
740-47 Morgan building, Portland, Ore
ton: A stock of goods, wares, and mer
chandise consisting of gents' and la
dies' furnishings, bedding, millinery,
crockery, lace, ribbon, notions, shoes,
.piece goods, ready-to-wear garments,
te., of the inventoried value of $10,
183.39, together with fixtures pertain
ing to the same of the inventoried val
ue of $OS2.25.
Certified check for 10 per cent of
the amount offered must accompany
Sale subject to the approval of the
Inventory of the property may be
teen at mv office, and at Salem, Ore
pon, at the latter of which places the
property niav be inspected. '
K. L. SABIN, Receiver,
i June 30
LOST Sunday on N. Winter St. a
hand bag, contains owner's address.
Return. Reward. june30
FOR RENT Close in, modern 5 room
cottage $10. 326 Union. Phone 580
M, or call 446 Union. july3
WANTED Loganberry pickers mite
west Claxtar station, Ore. Electric.
Phone 5!F3. Frank Flint. julyl
WILL Party who advertised home
for invalid or convalescent June 13,
please call 26S N. Cottage or phone
MONEY TO LOAN In various a
mount 1 from $500 to $1500 on ap
pro'. 1 city and farm property. W.
A. Liston." julyl
WANTED A girl from 12 to 15 yrs.
to do light work and tend baby.
Small wages, board and washing.
Address -Salem, Oregon, R. 4. box
FOR SALE 40 to 80 acres to suit buy
er, rolling and creek bottom land, on
main road, 4 miles to Oakland, $35.
00 per acre; one half cash anil long
time on balance, or will take heavy
team, cows, sheep or goats as part
pay or small house and lot and bal
ance cash. Asldress P.. M. Woods,
R. ,T. Lewis, representative of the
Maxwell Motor company, Inc., of De
troit, in Australia and New Zealand,
recently placed an order of Maxwell
ears with the fire department of Mel
bourne, where his headquarters are.
The Maxwell has given eminent satis
faction in fire department service in
several American cities, but this is the
first opportunity it has had to demon
strate its fitness as a fire-fighter in
foreign climes. Mr. . Lewis reports
that the municipal authorities in Mel
bourne are highly pleased with their
purchase. "The Maxwells were found
to be especially serviceable for this
work, because of their speed in pick
ing up, their dependability and their
all-around durability," said Mr. Lewis.
Try Capital uonrnal Want Ads.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Bethel, Or., June 30. The party in
Mr. Nichols new barn Thursday night
was well attended, there being seven
ty guests present. Party games and
.wo steps were the feature of the eve
ning. Ed Schulz furnished the music,
playin his accordion. Lunch was serv
ed at twelve and t io party broke up
at about two o'clock.
The dance Saturday night was a
swell affair. There were twenty eight
couples on the floor at one time and
the total number present must have
been close to one hundred fifty.
The game Sunday between Geer and
West Stayton was a punk affair. West
Stayton j;ot the long end of the score.
The game next Sunday will be with
South Salem at South Salem on the
Charles Nelson of Cannda has been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Page.
Some of the neighbors are in the
midst of the cherry harvest and they
as well as the haymakers are duly
thankful ( ?) for this cool moist weath
er. There is a move on foot to get a
new school house for Bethel. The
school board recently received a pe l
titiou asking tiiem to call a bond elec-1
tion for that purpose. Accordingly
notices have been posted and the bond I
election will he held Thursday July 18
between the hours of 2 p. 111. and 7 p.
m. . It is estimated that the new school
house can be built for about $2500, but
part of the work may have to be do
nated. A thorough canvass of the sit
uation has convinced us that the ef
fort tp get' a new school house has
a good chance to be successful. It
certainly deserves to be, for the old
house is in a bad state of disrepair and
no amount of patching would ever
make it anything more than just an
old shack. It is to be hoped that ev
ery loyal citizen of Bethel will be a
booster for his own community to the
extent of helping to secure this much
Albert Vanderbcck passed the recent
eighth grade examinations. Although
the Vanderbecks live in district No.
50 they have been attending our school
for the past two years.
Moore Must Hurry
of Forfeit $10,000
Jason. C. Moore, who entered into a
contract with the state for the develop
ment of the soda beds around Summer
and Abert lakes, may pay $15,000 at
once in order to hold hi contract and
save $10,000 already paid. Word to
this effect was wired by the state
Under the terms of the contract
$13,000 was to have been paid within
a period that has just expired. Moore
asked the state if he could still protect
his contract, even though the time
limit had been passed. The board de
cided that if the payment is made at
once it will consider the contract still
binding. Should the money not be
forthcoming and the contract becomes
void a first payment of $10,000 is for
feited to the state.
(Jn the evening of July 8 the state
desert land board will leave Salem
for a tour of inspection embracing
eastern Oregon, the Harney valley and
other sections. The purpose is to in
spect the nitrate deposits, and various
irrigation and drainage projects.
From Salem the board goes direct
to Ontario and Burns. In this section
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Marion, Or., June 30. Marion peo
ple had the privilege of hearing J. San
ger Fox of Portland, the executive
secretary of the stato Prohibition com
mittee, speak on the liquor question
at the Friends church last Sunday
evening. A goodly number were pres
ent, considering the weather. The two
churches united in the service. They
have also united in the campaign for
the initiative measure to stop the im
portation of alcoholic liquors for bev
erage purposes into our state. The ad
dress of Mr. Fox was ablo and con
vincing as was evidenced by the offer
ing taken for the work at the close of
A miscellaneous shower was given
Miss Lola Hall at her home last Sat
urday. She is soon to be tae bride of
John Palmer, Jr. A number of her
friends were present and a very en
joyable time was had. She is one of
Marion's popular young ladies and has
a large circle of friends.
Mrs. G. M. McNiel is home again af
ter a weeks visit with Mr. McNiel's
parents in Aumsville.
Miss lA-nora Loretz went to Eugene
last Wednesday on the afternoon
train to visit her sister, Mrs. Adolph
Schwineforth, of that city. Miss Loretz
expects to stay some time and take
up the study of dressmaking.
The work of harvesting the logan
berry crop has begun here, a number
of people being thus employed, when
ever the weather will permit.
Several of the farmers have hay
down and arc waiting anxiously for
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Mehama, Or., June 30. C. A. New
fill and R. F. Shier returned from the
Cider Creek mines on the 25th.
L. M. Ormsby assayer and chemist
passed through Mehama on his way to
Salem. Whilo here he visited at the
homes of Guy Barnaul and R. F. Shier.
L. M. Ormsby has been retained by
Cider Creek Mining Co. as assayer and
. a, Newbill president of Cider
Creek Mining Co. is leaving here for
Salem and Seattle, Wash., in the in
terest of the company.
Ben Beringer and wife spent Sunday
with Jack Richards.
W. W. Butler and family were down
from Mill City visiting at the home
of Mrs. Butler's mother Mrs. E. A.
Shier of Mehama.
Frank McDonald and family return
ed from Philomath where they attend
ed the round up.
Mrs. E. B. Stout has been visiting at
t lie home of her sons Luther Stout the
There is going to be a W. C. T. U.
social at the church in Mehama Friday
evening at 8 o'clock, and a very good
time is expected for ail that will come.
:ur. Champ has been very sick for
about 2 months but is now improving.
are found the nitrate beds. Eastern
capitalists have become interested in
these and have made offers to the
state for the privilege of working
them. The board feels that it needs
first hand information before entering
into any contracts.
The irrigation and drainage projects
in the Harney valley will receive at
tention next. . Ou the return trip the
board will look over the Central Ore
gon project, visiting Alkali Lake and
Bend. The trip, it is expected, will
require a week.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Hayesville, Or., June 30 A large
number from here attended the District
Sunday School Convention held at
Quinaby park on Sunday. The pro
gram was interesting and helpful. It
being the annua, election of officers,
the following officers were nominated
and elected; for president, L. T. Rey
nolds of Hayesville; for vice-president,
O. M. Peoples of Hazel Green; secre
tary, Miss Thompson. The next con
vention will be held at Keiser.
Mrs. Needham and two children of
Portland are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Ritchey.
Ermel Reed. Evertn Yoder and Max
White have been having the measles.
Mrs. Irene Taylor and children of
Sheridan have returned to their home
after visiting her mother, Mrs. J. Yoder
and sister, Mrs. Robert Brown of
There will bo preaching here next
Sunday, both morning unci evening.
Mr. ami Mrs. Henshaw of Corvallis
were guests at the Denuv nome Tues
day. Mark Saucy who is at work over in
the Waldo Hills spent Sunday at the
home of his parents here.
The Ladies' Missionary Society met
at the church Wednesday afternoon.
The lesson was given by different ones,
on the "Life of Women and Girls in
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All New Today
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THE TALK OF SALEM n
The Great Japanese Actor
Sessue Hayakawa in "Alien Souls"
A photodrama giving a glimpse into the
livves of Japanese who would live and
love as Americans but who only prove
that "East is East and West is West
and ne'er the twain shall meet.
VC IIRERTV THFATRF
III LillJLillll lUUlinu
ij "The Stepping Stone" n
m a n it
j A New Keystone Scream
l No Raise In Price j
SUNDAY & MONDAY
Cf-ff Wflf Wit Wff 9 WPffW Wtf TCb
TODAY and TOMORROW
The Biggest and Best Show in Town
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Mill Creek Items
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Mill Creek, Or., June :!(). Miss Kd
na Taylor visited over Sunday at the
t". A. Bear home.
Mrs. Elliott Hall sustained serious
injuries ou Thursday when she was
thrown from a buggy in an auto acci
dent. Dr. Massey and family left for
Newport on Thursday. Mrs. Masoy will
remain there part of the summer on
account of hay fever.
Smith Allison, a former resident of
Turner, is en route to Hlodget to visit
his parents before leaving for Mexico.
The funeral of N. Silvers, an old
time resident of Turner, was held
Thursday afternoon from the M. E.
church under the auspices of the Ma
sonic lodge, Rev. Mickey assisting.
Tho attending the Philomath
round-up from here on Saturday were:
Clarence Forrest, J. F. Lyle, Stockwell
t 'K-ooliiio rtucni. Cnle nnd Chester Hall.
Mr. and .Mrs. Emerson Hnrzee of
Corvallis attended tno funeral ot -V
Silvers on Thursday.
(Continued from Page One.)
other indoor and partly sedentary po
sitions are suposed to be fit. As a
matter of fact, sum-; of them have
fainted when called ou to march and
drill a few hours in a climate which,
compared to Mexico's, is like a sum
"We find that when cavalry troops
had to change mounts, the utmost con
fusion resulted. In one drill a dozen
were injured, one fatally.
"The whole nation has been a
'slacker. We have not only refused
to do our duty, but even to see it.
"Let us thank (iod it was only Mex
ico that waked us up."
NEW BOOKS FOR
BOYS AT THE LIBRARY
The Following Is the Official
County Commissioners Court
for the June Term, 1916,
with the amount allowed,
bills continued, etc., according
to the records in the office of
the County Clerk
(Concluded from yesterday)
Chanberlin, C. L. ditching, etc.
Sundborg, A. V. cravelinir ....
publication of the record of Jrk,rJ' T !'0l'li''1? 81 rillM'r8
r. . . . . . Olson, T. W. hauling gravel ..
llaims before the Marion t. m. hauii..g gravei ..
Kussell, H. A. hauling gravel . .
Lewis, E. A. hauling gravel . .
Mackenzie, D. I., hauling gravel
Hurtles, Herman, hauling gravel
Wright, Klmo, gravel
Rieck, l'aul general repairs . . .
Chapman, 0. B. shoveling gravel
Jnsiier, J shoveling gravel ...
Goodell, F. E. shoveling gravel
MeOee, Fred shoveling gravel..
Fleming, J. H. shoveling gravel.
Williams, (i. II. shoveling gravel.
Miller, B. J. supervisor
Road District No. B1
of'.oo U.-......... - ,
in-inirr a, r.urncsi gnuier umae
Frank, Kirch, scrnping
John F. Davidson gl'uding
Drommond, James holding scrap
ers VanDale, Freeman plowing ...
Huyserie, Joseph scraping
Salem Sand & Gravel Co. gravel
Dunigan, Maurice engine grnd-
Moe, Dick spreading gravel ...
Dunigan, hauling water
Dunigan, Willie hauling gravel.
Dunigan, Eddie hauling gravel.
Leichty, John dragging
Leichty, Alio dragging j Huyersie, Alphonse supervisor..
Dunigan, Echv. Sr., supervisor.. 35.2.'
Road District No. 53.
Watt Shipp l'owder Co, powder,
Fischer Lumber Co. lumber . . . 5.30
K'renz, Julius J. blacksmithing. 2.75
McClellan, Glenn E. caps, etc..
Fischer, Andrew drugging 17.00
Yost, Frank dragging, etc 14.00
Doer'fler, Martin Jr., scraping,
Krenz, Willie F. scraping .... 12.00
Jones, lioy A. scraping 12.00
Darby, James O running grader,
etc is. -,o
Olson, Tenter holding ruter ... 34.00
Humphreys, Harry holding scra
Krenz, Julius J. in rock pit .... 4.00
Gilhnin, James in rock pit 21.00
Humphreys, Harold J. scraping. 31.00
Humphreys, Herbert scraping . 20.00
Gilliam, George C. scraping .... lii.00
Fischer, Phillip building rock
Krenz, Edd engine grading road 27.00
Cnspel, Frank grubbing 2.00
Jones, Clarence C. supervisor. . 7!l.7."
Road District No. 54.
Drager, D. G. advance for frt.. 17.5(1
Salem Sund & Gravel Co. gravel 32.00
Ames, S. powder, etc .S.()(
Hicks, Mrs. E. M. nails, etc.... 2.20
Silvertou Lumber Co. lumber. . 131.12
Steelhnminer, A. G. blacksmith
work , , , , '
Hillaid, Olaf plowing
Krug, Fred, hauling dirt
Madsen, M, J. scraping
Iverson, Jacob blasting rocks..
Hallar, John drilling rocks, etc..
Meyer, L. II. scrnping
Gunderson, Ole drilling rocks,
Hemmingsen, Alvin breaking rocks
Road District No. 62.
Beckiner, Charley grading ....
VanV'aulingburg, Bert grading.
Penny. J. B. supervisor 2.50
Road District No. 63.
Chase and Linton gravel .
Choipietto, A. A. cutting brush.
Davis, M. O. on Fresno
Keister Bros, belt
Kinyon, James holding scraper.
Labbe, Louie, dragging, etc
Moore, J. C, on gruder
Parrott, Ii. V. building gravel
Ryu u, .Tosie nails, oil, etc 8.61
Stouehouse, Mr. G. blacksmith
Woolworth, Kay hauling lumber,
Mathoit, Pete supervisor 38.50
Road District No. 64.
Homker, Francis scraping, etc...
Caunard, Clarence filling sera
Cananrd, C. J. grubbing
Ferwhweiler, J. P. grubbing . .
Forcier, Win, C. scraping ....
Finikhauser, Wm. grubbing ..,
I.nchnpelle, Archie, grubbing .,
liubens, Joseph supervisor
Road District No. 65.
Martin Bros, lumber 21.84
The following new books for boys
will be put into circulation in the chil
dren's room at the public library on
Heard Shelteis, shacks ami shnnties.
Head With the men who do things.
One of the "Scientific Amerieun boy"
Hrown Nisington town, lluw it was
saved by the boy who knew the stories
in the library.
Good M;i(ric:il experiments, or sci
ence in play.
llinvkce King of the flying sledge;
a biogrnph of a reindeer.
Houston Wondeiliook of light.
Houston Wondeiliook of magnetism.
Ilowells Howell 's story book.
Maliinogion Knightly legends of
Wales; being the earliest Welsh tales of
King Art n nr.
Mason Tom Sirong, Juuinr.
Perkins Mexican t wins.
Koberts Kings in exile.
Snewekar The Spartan. A story vf
Yarded The hill. A story of sehonl
days at Harrow.
'ard New senior at Ainlover.
Flood of Columbia
Covers Portland Docks
Portland, Ore., June 30. Several
Columbia river steamboats were fieri at
their doi'ks today waiting for the flood
ed rivwr to recede. The river will con
tinue to rise today and tomorrow, the
government weather bureau predicted.
The Columbia is at the. highest stage
for several years, out because of its
high banks, no daiuuge of importance
lias tieen done.. Hie water in the Wil
lamette river has been barked up until
all the lower docks in Portland arc sub
merged. Many basements in the down
town district are flooded.
PLOTTER PLEADS GUILTY
Moe, Melvain digging ditch ...
Guslafson, U. A. digging ditch.
Sdjo, Clarence breaking rocks. .
Moe, John scraping etc 20.00
Tinglcstnd hauling dirt, etc lo.oi
Nortness, Sever unloading gravid
Gunderson, Conrad shoveling dirt
Hnttobeig, Eddie shoveling dirt
Hansen, Huns shoveling dirt...
Knig, Alvin shoveling dirt ....
Moe, l.udwig shoveling dirt ..
Overland, Ole hauling dirt ....
Overlund. John C. supervisor ..
Road District No. 66.
Amen, S. powder, etc,
Speer and Co. A. P. spikes, etc.,
Hriggs, Harry driving team ...
Condit, Kovnl slip scraping . . ,
F rretfe, Oliver, grading
Gnpton, Claude, holding plow .
King, John S. grubbing, etc. ..
l.athrop, Frank, plowing, etc..
Lathrop, Casper slip scraping,
l.athrop, Earl burning brush..
Lewis, Clide holding scraper . .
McClellan, Paul, slip scraping ..
Weisenberger, J. F. slip scrap-
YitnNuvs, Ituphus raking rock.
Walker, Leonard, supervisor ..
Road District No. 67.
Hurley, Tom grubbing
John-son, J. F. grutibing
Johnson, J. ,S. grubbing
I.arkin & Prince powder, etc.. .
1. arson, John plowing
Xeal, John scrnping ,ete
I ) lit, Jesse plowing, etc.,.,
liny, Walter Hernping
r,.0o ; Sprnggis, I.. J., plow scraping ..
-j oir -1 iiler, Geo. supervisor
lo.iiii ' Read Districts No's 35 36.
.5.-,(l j Hall, C. ('. freight on tools ....
j llauser Bros, powder, etc
7.25 i Hester, F. M. grading
New York, June 30. Puiil Koenig,
implicated in the bomb plot eases to
day pleaded guilty in s ial session
court to a charge of giving Fred
Hi lieindel,-nil employe nf the National
city nnk't23 to steal letters and tel
egrams from the bank referring to
bank supplies. Koenig was released at
iistrirt Attorney Swann 's suggestion
on a suspended sentence.
Bead Capital Journal Want Ads.
Rue, Gilbert O. scrnping, etc.,. IV
line, .lames scraping, etc 20. 0(
llrenden, Iver digging ditch .. .'
Rue, Louis holding scrapers ... 5.1
Storlie, Henry blasting stumps .
Torkclson, ole digging ditch .. l.i
Rue, Ole O. supervisor 15.011
Road District No. 58.
Farmer Hardware Co., Ray 1..
shovel, elr 1.,',',
Ilavnes, Frank shoveling dirt .. 2. on
MrKlt'resh, I. M. shovelinr' dirt ,
Salem Hand & Gravid Co. gravel IS.Oll ;
llaynes, W. If. supervisor .... 5! j
Road District No. 60.
Drager, 1). G. advance for
Urowu l'etzel Lumber Co. lumber ii."
I'olilc & Son, II. plow singletree 1.25:
Salem Saml & Gravid Co. gravel 02.10
Spencer Hardware Co. spilirs , . .25
Taylor, II. O. grading, etc ls.00
llartols, J. C. H. grading, etc.. 12.0(1
Peryee. Will grading, etc HI, Oil
Miller, C. T. plowing, etc .... 20.00
Patton, K. Y. scraping 20.5(1
Mathews, Hugh grading ...
May, W. F. grading
Nycstiom, R, grading 48.40
lluuser Pros, caps etc 4.10
Hester, Fred grading 15.7'i
Hester, F. M. grading !).(n)
Mathews, Hugh grading 51I.I7
i May, Wm. grueling 5(1.1'
, XycHtrom, It. grading 36.01)
; I Welly, Clifford grading 2D.2:!
i ' Roadniaster.
I Culver, W. J. salary and servi
ces 215. 10
Hanta. A. N. watchman on Wil
lamette bridge 50.00
llarr, Theo. M. valve, elc 2.72
Hunting & Son, H. mini work.. 45ii.ii()
Donaldson, II. walchiiinii on Wil
lamette bridge 50.00
Fanner Ilnrdwaro Co.. Tiny I..
anils, elc. fl.S.'l
Great Western Garage, gas .... 52.S0
llerknian, Chester truck driver 57.00
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Emery 'Beers Company, inc.
JSS Itll CAST 3411, ST.
A Skin Like Velvet ETtfifiiB
Use the cxquUitcly fragrant cream of
the beauty flower of India and Ln
complimented on your complexion.
Your dealer has Elcuya or will get it.