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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1916.'
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Minimum charge. 13c.
PHONE 937 Foi wood saw. tf
160 ACRES For sale. Thone 2175R.
RUBBER Stamps made 165 S. Com1
HARRY Window cleaner. Phone 768.
FOR SALE Good milk cow. 2092 Lee
TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour
nal office. ti
GET PRICES On farm sale bills at
Tho Journal office.
FOB BENT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
OLD PAPERS For sale at Capital
Journal office 10 cents a bundle, tf
FURNISHED Apartments, also bara
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage.
FOR SALE An exceptionally fine
lterks'nire boar. Thone 11F0. sept29
FREE RENT Free home, 2123 North
Mich St. m-t?
FOB SALE Or trade for wood, gaso
line engine. Phone 451. tf
ONE GOOD TF.AM Of mares for sale
reasonable if taken at once. R. 3, box
220. Phone 7SF4. sopt30
FURNISHED Booms and housekeep
ing apartments, rates reasonable
close in, 160 Court. ti
SIX CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments
f:, wortn more. Dr. May, Hubbard
GET YOUR Trespass Notices, r pew
i supply of cloth ones at Capital Jour
- nal tf
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, new modern house. Phone
745J or call after 5:30 p. m. 910 N.
. Church. tl
FOR RENT Furnish house, 7 room,
642 N. High; also 7 room unfurnish
ed house at 475 N. High. Inquire at
66(5 N. Hiph or phone 1096. tf
MODERN 5 room house for rent, very
reasonable, near school, church and
street car line. Enquire 1491 SoutJ
Ml VXD 1 Bay mare, 900 lb. star in
forehead, left fore foot white. In
quire Center St, feed shed. oct2
ONE GOOD TEAM Of mares for sale,
reasonable if taken at once. R. 3.
No. 220, phone 7SF4. sept29
WANTED Well matured potatoes for
ehippiug. Mangis Bros. Phone 717.
WANTED To buy 6 or S choice milk
cows, must be fresh now or soon, none
tmt parties owning choice cows need
$i all. Phone 14:11 or 491. tf
FOR SALE One ton Federal trnck is
good condition. Interesting price for
cash buyer. Salem Fruit Co., 267 S.
Com! St. tf
CIDER AND VINEGAR Apples want
ed. Will pny cash on delivery. Sacks
furnished. Gideon Stolz Co., near cor
ner Summer and Mill Sts. tf
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
. ... ,.
COWs. FOR SALE One just fresh, l.j
i mile east of Knglewood store on Mar-
k(,, K'4- u- ' b0Ji (,l't-9
GOOD Pasture to let, .5 miles S W
of balem on slough road. Mrs. Ida
Tracy. R. 3. sept30
GIRLS OR WOMKX Wanted at the
glove factory, 1455 Oak St. Steadv
LOST Small black purse containing
silver and return trTp to Portland.
imder return to 144 .V Front. sept2S
ROOM FOR RKXT Hot and cold wat
er, electric lights. Phone 1072.T, house
no. 904 S. Liberty St. sept29
FOR SAL K One roller top desk at a
bargain. 405 Hubbard bldg. Piioiie
254 or 1722. sept300
WANTED (iood work team, not uiiit-r
1200 lbs. sound ami true. Address L.
M. llerren. Route 7, box 104. Phone
19F5. oct 5
WAXTKD A horse about 1200 lbs.
for slow light work, well cared for.
20 limit, no traders stock. Address
J. T. Slierer. Phone 37F13. sept30
LOST On fair grounds, yesterday, a
fancy nutted diamond willow cane.
Finder call L. H. Sutor, phono S27W
mid get reward. sep2S
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Ilolstein
bull calf, 0 mos. old. Phone 2502W4
. after 0 o'clock. tf
FOR SALE Or rent, modern five room
bungalow near Grant school, in good
repnir. Will sell on terms or rent. R.
H. Mills, at Spauldlng Logging Co.
FOR REXT Furnished cottage, bath,
electric lights, gas and wood range,,
cement basement, garage. 2 blocks
from State house, 20.00. 150 S.. 14th
PUBLIC SALE Of livestock, imple
ments nud household goods at the
old Sol Durbin place. 1 mile east of
penitentiary, .Monday, O. t. 2 , 1916,
at 1 p. m. sharp. A. W. King, own
FOR RENT Famished or unfurnished
sleeping rooms, office rooms and
housekeeping rooms, reasonable ratet
W. H. Norris, Bee. Hubbard bldg
Boom 304. - tl
SECOND HAND Mens' clothing,
jewelry, musical instruments, tools,
guns. etc.. bought, sold and traded.
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St
Phone 493. octll
FOR SALE Or trade. 05 ncre farm. 10
nct-ps in -nninii iv.TI ti-n.la fir annA
income or residence property in Port-1
kind or Salem, or for smailer place.
no real estate men need answer this
ad. Owner care Journal. sept29
SALESMEN WANTED Special rep
resentative to present nationally ad
vertised article to automobile own
ers in this city. Splendid opportuni
ty for good salesman. Cive full information-
about past experience ir.
first letter. Address box 153. eept2?
SALE SACRIFICE Our Highland gar I
den home. 2 acres richest soil, new 7i
room house, own complete water sys
tem, l'i inch pipe nearly nil overt
place; row. horse. 30 hens, wagon am',
flll tools, some household goods; good;
bam will hold 4 cows. 1 horse, fori
omVk sale, Mono, J. A. Woodard
2505 X. 25th St. . septSO
SALEM TAKES ON
' (Continued rTom Page One.)
first premium for butter to the Marion
creamery of Salem, with ra score of
93,935 per cent.
Coos county was (riven second award,
with a score of U3.U0 per cent. A. A.
Oswald of the Hazelwood creamery, was
third, with a score of 93.5, Mr. Beioin of
Coquille. fourth, with 92.00 per cent,
Rusmussen of Portland, fifth, with 92.5
per cent, and S. O. Rice, of Mt. Angel,
sixth, with PI per rent.
The judges, T. S. Townsend of Port
land, C. Shnllinger and O. B. Neptune,
declared the exhibit splendid and said
they were obliged to go into fine detuils
in order to place the first awards.
Horse Show Tonight
Thursday night, September S3,. 4910
' 1 Grand parade of draft horses and
2 Pairs in harness, class 28 Shetland
ponies, under 46 inches, ponies to be
shown with appropriate appointment..
First 115.00. second .$10.00, third 5.00
Lassie 4 Lndv, Ruby 4- Bowers, Dav
Buttons & Helen, A. C. Rubv, J.,
Padding of Blythe, F. P. Wolfe,
Imp. Monteral, F. P.' Wolfe, Wood
r Billy & Foxy, M. S. Lew, 1'iiion. Or.
Prince & Billv, M. S. Lew, Union,
-ip & Tuck, Jf. S. Levy, Vnion, Or.
3 Gentlemen's Driver, class 3
Stallion, mare or gelding, under 15.2
and over 14.1 hands high, shown to
road' or speed wagon. First 25.00, sec
ond 15.00. third 10.00.
Ferlonial, Ruby & Bowers, Davis, Cal.
4 Ponies ridden by boys, class 33
Ponies other than Shetland, under sad
dle, ponies not over 14.1 hands high,
ridden by boys, with appropriate ap
pointment. First 15.00, second 10.00,
Mavquisa. Dr. K. K. Tucker.
Ted, B. F. Price.
5 Ponies ridden bv girls, class 32
Shetland ponies, under saddle, ponies
to ue muter n inches, ridden by girls,
with appropriate appointment. First
15.00, second 10.00, third 5.00.
Lady, ('. W, Bowers, Davis, Cal.
Helen, A. C. Rubv, jr., Portland, Or.
Padding of Wythe, F. T. Wolfe,
Imp. Monteral, F. P. Wolfe, Wood
burn, Or. .
Don, M. S. Levy, Vnion, Or.
Midget, M. S. Levy, Vnion. Or..
Reckless, M. S. Levy, Union, Or.
Black Diamond, M. S. Lew, Union,
6 Gentlemen's three gaited saddle
horses, class 17 Stallion, mare or
gelding, over 15.2 hands high, ridden
by gentleman. Must trot, show walk
and canter. First 25.00, second 15.00,
Kentucky Dan, R. H. Jenkins, Port
Sir Lawrence, O. A. C.
Philip, S. S. Montague
Blue Eyes. S. s. Montague.
Sterling Duke, Natt McDougall, Port
Cortina, Jas, XU-al, Portland, Or.
Kildare, Mrs. R. W. Wilbur, Portland
Jim Hill, Portland Riding Academy.
Emperor, Portland Riding Academy.
Chester, Portland Riding Academy.
Sheila, Miss Mabel Lawrence, Port
Itngidia, Jas. II. Murphy, Portland,
7 Combination iiorses, class 15
Mare or gelding, 15.2 hands or under,
to be shown fir3t to appropriate ve
hicle and then unhitclicd and shown
under saddle. First 25.00, second 15.00
Dainty, Natt McDougall, Portland.
Lorettn. Gov. Withvcoinbe. Sulem.
Wild Strawberry, Mrs. R. H. Jenkins,
St. Patrick, Mrs. R. H. Jeukins, Port
Lady Dufferine, Jus. If. Murphy,
ji Five gaited saddle horses, class
10 Stallion, mare or gelding, 15.2
hands or over. Horses must show walk,
trot, canter, rack, anil either fox trot,
running wulk, or slow pace; to be shown
with flat saddle and appropriate ap
pointment. First '50.00, second 30.00,
Lorettn, Gov. Withrcombe, Salem,
Blue Eyes, S. S. Montague.
9 Ladies' driver, class 2 mare or
gelding, 15.2 hands high or over, to be
shown to road or speed wagon. First
25.00, second 1510,-third 10.0(1.
Tom, Portland Riding Academy.
Chester, Portland Riding Academy.
Iirigidia, Jas. II. Murphv, Portland,
Brook, Jennie Booth, Snlem, Or.
Combination 's Premier, J. W. Van
10 Men's hunters, class 21 horses
to be 14.3 bands or over, ridden bv
gentleman, over jumps of 3 feet, 0
niches, .lumping and ruling, to count
50 per cent, and tye of horse 50 per
cenr. a tine stallion nrnfle.
Boise. Hamilton K. .Corhett, J'prtland,
Kdgcwnod Girl, Sirs.- Jas.' Nical,
Portland, Or. - " ' '
The man objected, whereupon the ver
is th successful mission of
It is - fur Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Cramps and Malaria.
Lord Lawrence, Natt McDougall,
Dixie, .lames Xical, Portland, Or.
Oregon Frank, Portland Riding Acad
Kittv, Portland Riding Academy.
O.jaiJ Portland Riding Academy.'
Emperor, Portland gliding Avademv.
-. . -.
Prince Zolock took first in three
straight heats in the Shriuers' stake at
the fairgrounds yesterday and landed
one of the two big purses of the fair
grounds race meet; Prince Zolock, who
was sired by the, famous old Zolock,
traveled the three heats in 2:07 1-4.
2:07 1-4 and 2:0S 1-2. respectively. Lady
Hal took second money. In the combina
tion pace McAlpin took first money by
winning the third heat for which the
largest purse had been put up.
The results follow:
Race No. 1 2:08 pace. 2,000,. won
bv Prince Zolock, second Lady Hal,
third King Boud. Time 2:07 1-4. 2:07 1-4
Second race, combination pace. 1,000,
won bv McAlpin, second Bertie Seattle,
third Hi Ho. Time 2:14 1-3, '2:14 3-4,
2:14 1-4. '
Third race, three-eighths dash, 100.
Won by Eureka Boy, second Fiddler,
third Eureka Boy. ' Time 35 seconds.
Fourth race, mile run, 350, won by
Sorrowful, second Gerds, third Gift.
Pony race, one-eighth mile, won. by
Archie Simomns on Ado.
Elks' Stake Today.
The feature of the racing todav will
be the Elks' 2,000 stake for which a
good list o'f horses have eiite-red.
Winners at Horse Show.
Last night's horse show at the fair
grounds was preceded by a parade of
all the cattle on exhibition at the state
fair. The fatted calves were trotted
around the show ring by their proud
exhibitors and the throng of spectators
Jt ifc 3C 30C 3fC 3c jft 3(( 3C 3C 3(C ifc 3fC
$ THE MARKETS
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, and
not what is paid to the producer.
VII other p.-ices are those paid the
roducer. Corrections are made
The grain and livo stock market
- - . ... iv m inoim aiiu ailing, (IU
holds at the prices established several vances in some of the specialties. Do
days ago and the general opinion isi clines from the high points were not im
that the price will hold at the present portant. in view of the extent of re
, . . , . cent improvement, while on tho other
high level. Ui.,,,1 oni.,. i., k. i;l
Produce men are quoting broilers un
der 1 i pounds at 16 cents, with those
over this weight at 14',i cents.
Turkeys came on the market today
with a quotation of IS cents.
Oranges are higher, and California
grapes are scarce on the market with
an advance of 50 cents a crato.
Huckleberries are now quoted nt 8
Onts, new i
Rolled barley L.
Shorts, per ton :..
Hay, cheat $10.0011.00
Hay, vetch 1112
Hay, timothy, 15fe$lfl
Creamery butter, per pound '. 34c
Country butter 2527c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count,- cash 32c
Eggs, trade 34c
Hens, pound 12!-;((i 13',:jc
Roosters, old, per ponnd 8c
Broilers, under 2 pounds .. HVjt
Broilers, I'a lb, or less Hie
Fork, Veal and Mntton.
Tomatoes, Oregon 40c
Pork, dressed 1112 l-2c
Pork, on foot 8 l-2'9c
Spring lambs, 1916 77 1-4
Cow 3 l-24c
Bulls 33 1-4
Ewes 44 l-2e
Wethers S 1 2
Tomatoes, Oregon 40c
String garlic 15c
Potatoes, sweet 3c
Green onions 40s
Green peppers 5c
Carrots, dozen 40
Peaches, Oregon ............. 2560c
Apples 50c (a $1.00
Orunges, Valencies $4.75
Lemons,' ricr box $0.50(u 7.00
Cantaloupes, per box 1.25
Bananas, pound s
California, grape fruit $3.50
Florida grape fruit $6.00
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 40c
Sugar, caiie $7.90
Sugur, beet $7.70
Creamery butter .. 40c
Flour, hard wheat
Portlaud, Ore., Sept. 28. Wheat:
' Oats: -No. 1 white feed, $27.50.
.Barlov: Feed, 31.
Hogs: Best live, 9.90.
Prime steers, $7.
Fancy cows, $5.50.
4 Calves, 7.60. -
Spring lambs, 1.73.
.-Butter: City creamery, 34c.
Eggs: Selected local ex., 37 l-2(ni38c.
Hens, 15 1 2c.
Broilers, 10(ri 17c
Geese, II (Ti 11 1 2c.
The Journal Boes Job Printing.
iu the stadium were enabled to wit
ness the finest stock parade that has
ever been held in Sulem.
Tom Ordemann, of this city, and Mrsl
Hallidny-Haight, also of Salem, were
heard in vocal solos.
The results of the horse show follow:
Single in Harness.
(Shetland ponies, under 40 inches, pon
ies to be shown with appropriate ap
First, Billy, M. S. Levy, Vnion, -Ore.
Second, Prince, M. o. Levy, Union,
Third, Lassie, Ruby Bowers, Davis,
Ladies' Three-Gaited Saddle Horses.
Mare or gelding, 14.1 to 15.2 hands
high, ridden bv ladv.
First, St. Patrick, ;Mrs. R. II. Jenkins,
Portland, Oregon. . , .
Second, Wild Strawberry. J.rs. R. H.
Jenkins, Portland, Oregon.
Third, Philip, ,S. 8.. Montague, Port
land, Oregon. -
Trotters With Track Records. ' -
Stallion, mare or gelding, with record
of 2:30 or better, shown to sulkv.
First, Salem Buy, O. P. Mnuzey.
Second, Gayliglit, Mrs. Squires.
Third, Zombromunm, Sim Lindsav.
Heavy Harness Singles.
Mare or gelding, shown to appropriate
First, Flagstaff, Mrs. R. H. Jenkins,
Second, Jack Dnw, Mrs. R. B. Caswell.
Third, iSheila. Miss Mabel Lawrence.
Mares or geldings, team shown to ap
First, Flagstaff and Wild Strawberry,
owned by Mrs. R. H. Jenkins, Portland.
Draft team. Draft teams in harness,
team shown to lumber wagon with ap
propriate harness, weights over 3,200
First, Marie and Rabv, owned by
Ruby & Bowers; second, Garona and
Hntt, owned by Lcdbctter & McKeunon.
Owing to injuries to the horses the
pony jumping exhibition and the cow
pony contests were not held last night.
Market Slowed Up
but Prices Are Steady
New York, Sept. 28. Tho New York
Evening Hun financial review today
In an orderly and rather uninterest
ing speculation today prices, although
at times exhibiting irregular and reac
tionary tendencies, were firm in the
tlPaf tllirf fVf .till, -s.kauinl. nrl.w.l. JA..:n.l
,i,.Hi ; , ,.. i....
pared with the closing in Wednesday's
market, wero relatively small, the move
ment of quotation, lncking the stimulus
of great public buying, as reported on
preceding days of the week. There was,
however, buying in fair volume for out-
As the session progressed, however,
mere was no indication in the .charac
ter of the trading that a big slump in
market values was approaching. There
was no nnportaut liquidation and trad
ers, aiinougn soraewnat lieariau, were
extremely cautious in putting out con
tracts on me snort side of speculation.
Wilson League Is
1 Growing in Members
The Woodrow Wilson I.eauue is crrow
ing in numbers and many are taking
out Woodrow Wilson cards, irrespective
of party affiliations, suid John Bayne,
piesiuent or me league, lucre seems to
bo much interest in the work of the
league and according to Mr. Bayne and
new members are beinir interested dailv.
The assignment of speakers for tho state
will soon be made. The first to talk
on the Issues will be Mrs. Thompson, of
The Dulles, and there is some prospects
or getting .1. Jiuni i.ewis, Benntor from
Illinois, and one of tho democratic lead
ers of the senate. Besides being a man
of brains and nitlurul leadership, Mr.
I.ewis is famous as the mnii with the
pink whiskers and Cliesterfieldian man
ners. DIED THIS MORNING
Miss Lulu lleglen died at the home
of her parents Mr. und Mrs. J. A. lleg
len 700 South Summer street at 8:30
o'clock this morning after an illness of
She whs born in Seattle, Washington,
October 1, 1898, ami would havo cele
brated her 18tli birthday next Sunday.
She came to saluni with her parents
about five years ago. She was a mem
ber of the First Baptist church and was
active in the work of the Sunday school
and the young peoples' society of the
church. To her large circlo of friends,
her untimely death was a great shock.
The funeral services will be held at
the parlors of Rigdou & Richardson at
2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon and
will be conducted by the Rev. Geo. F.
Holt, pastor of the Eirst Baptist church
Burial will be in the City View ceme
tery, The report of the government bureau
as to crops in Oregon Tut the past week
siiys prune drying is nearly finished
ami a heavy crop of Italian prunes has
been secured in excellent condition.
Apple picking is general mid the crop
is meeting expectations in every re
siled excft as to color.' The weather
has not-been 'just right for coloring
the. first pickings, but it was more
favorahk this (week and some im
provement has taken dace in the lust
Wedding Invitations, Announcements
and Cal'ing Cards Printed at th Jour
nal Job Department.
Bute of Ohio, City of Toledo, I .
V Lucas County, (
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
ft Co,, dolnir business In the City of To.
lito. County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pav the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOIXAR8 for each and ev.
cry case of Catarrh that cannot he curod
by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURB.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subncrlbP'1 In
my presence, this 6th day of December,
(Beat) A. W. OI.EASON'.
w " Notary Public. I
Hall's Catarrh Pure 1 taken Internally ,
nd act directly upon the blood and mu- i
cous surrarei of the system. Bend for
testimonials, free. am I
F. J. CHENEY ft CO.. To!e1o0.
Bold bv all Drtnirtsts. "Sc.
Talc, Hall's Family pills for cnnatlpattoa-
C. B. Ellsworth
The Hatter ,
495 Court Street,
We clean, reblock and
trim Ladies and
Men's Hats. AH work
guaranteed. Out of
town "work given
Sec beautiful Fluff Rugs made
of old carpets, on display at the
Fair. See what beautiful Fluff
Rugs thai can be made of your
old worn carpet.
For information or orders. Will
remain in Salem a few ditys
after the Fair.
STREET CAR STRIKE
Leaders Say Unions
164,000 Are Voting and
Will Go Out
New York, Sept. 2S. The second dny
of what was to have been a general
strike of union workers In New York
revealed no change early today iu the
situation, marked yesterday by prac
tically complete failure of the men and
women to whom the call was directed to
respond. . .
Best information showed that a bare
handful of workers went out on sym
pathetic strike. The larger unions have
contracts with their employers and have
hesitated to break them.
Interest today centered In the pos
sibility that subway and elevated mo
tormen who have heretofore refused to
join the traction strike, might be call
ed out. A. L. Gridley, organizer of
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engin
eers, with which some of the motormea
arc affiliated, attacked leaders of tho
street ear union and declared officials
of the Intcrborough company wuld bo
called to account for their refusal to
treat with representatives of the broth
erhood. Unions with a membership of 164,000
were voting on the question of respond
ing to the sympathetic strike call today.
Leaders still cluim a majority of these
would go out.
They also claimed more than 150.000
workers walked out yesterday, but ad
mitted most of these wero Jewish work
ers who would have romained away
trom work anyhow becuuse ot their holi
day. (Coxtinned from Fag One.)
ation of war upon Germany, but Ger
many refused to play Itulys game,
while the allies continued to press
Itnlys to declare war.
"Finally the measures which -England
uses with equal recklessness
against neutrals and allies, were too
strong," he added.
'Italy's warfare depends upon Eng
lish coal and money. Italy finally had
to give in. The decision was certain
ly brought about by English coercion,
though Italian hopes in the Balkans
also exercised an iafluencc. Italy, as
is known, wants Balkan territory
which is wtihin the natural sphere, of
Gl'reel interests. .
"In order not to be abandoned, Ituly
thought it necessary to join in' Snr
rail's expedition and this again caused
an encounter between Italian and Gcr-
ni it ii troops iu Macedonia. '
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Vf N. 'illK 1MAMON1I IIIIANK. X
year. ItiviwnM Rest. S.ftst, Alw-yi HalUl.la
SOLO BV DR'jnGJSTS tVIRYWHFRF
L. M. HUM
CARE OF ;
Yick So Tong
CHINESE MEDICINE AND
Has medicine which will cure
Any known Disease
Ouen Sundays from 10:00 a. m,
utril 8:00 p. m. ,
153 South High Street
Ziiim, Oregon. -noue iZZ
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1 !- wild IUl llli.s Hilton.
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Sheriffs Sal of Real Property
Notice is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an execution duly issued out of
the circuit court of the state of Ore
gon, for the county of Marion and to
mo directed on the ilth day of Sept,
1910, upon a judgment and decree duly
rendered, entered of record and docket
ed iu and by -said court on the 1st day
of Sept. 1916, in a certain suit them in
said court pending, wherein Delia Mao
Donald was plaintiff and Everett Hane
com and May Hanscom, Jabez W. Her
wick and Mary I. Berwick and George
M. Shaver wero defendants in favor
of plaintiff and against said defend'
ants by which execution I ant com
manded to Bell the property in said ex
ecution and hereinafter described to
pay the sum due the plaintiff of nine
hundred twenty five and ,56-100
($925.50) dollars, with interest there
on at the rat of 6 per ceut per annum
from the 1st day of Sept., 1918, until
paid together with the costs and ex
lenses of said execution. I will on Sat
urday the 14th day of October, 1916,
at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of said
day at the west door of the county
court house in Marion county, Oregon,
sell at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash in hand on tie day of
sale, all the right, title, interest and
estate which said defendants and all
persons claiming under them subse
quent to the date of the mortgage,
Sept. 18th, 1912, in, of and to said
premises hereinbefore mentioned and
described in said execution as follows,
to wit: Beginning a point on the
east line of section thirty-two (32) in
township three (3) south, range one (1)
west of the Willamette meridian,
twenty (20) chains north of the south
cast corner of said section thirty-tw
(32); thence south twenty (20) chains
to the said southeast corner of said
section thirty-two (32); thence west
five and twenty-four hundredths (5.24)
chains; thence north and parallel with,
said east line of Baid section thirty
two (32) eighteen and thirteen hund
redths (18.13) chains; thence east,
twenty-ono degrees (21dcgrees) north
five and sixty-one hundredths (5.61)
chains to the place of beginning, con
taining ten (10) acres, more or lest,
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Said sale being made subdject to re
demption in the manner provided by,
Dated this l'tli day of Sept., 1916.
. . - WM. ESCH,
Sheriff of Marion county, Oregon,
By W. I. Xeedham, deputy. oct5
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the estate of T. M.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
concerned that the liidersigned has
been duly appointed administratrix of
the estate of T. M. Hamilton, deceas
ed, by the county court of the state of)
Oregon for Marion county. All per
sons having claims against said estate
of said T. M. Hamilton, deceasod, are
hereby required to present same, with
the proper vouchers, duly verified a
by law required, within six months
from the date hereof, to tho undersign
ed at the Cnpitol National Bank, Sa
lem, Oregon. .
Dated this Sept. 7, 1916. .."'''.
- Olive McKcMpe,
Administratrix of the estate of T.
M. Hamilton, deceased. Oct. 5.
Administrator's or Executor's Notica
of Final Hearing of Final Account
Notice is hereby given that the fin
al account of Cassie J. Brophy as ex
ecutrix of tho estate of H. B. Brophy
deceased, has been filed in tho county
court of Marion county, Btato of Ore
gon, and that the 23d dny of October,
1910, at the hour of 9 o'clock a. m., has
been duly appointed by such court for
the -hearing of objections to such final
account and settlement thereof, at
which time any person interested in
such estate may appear and file ob
jections thereto In writing and contest
CASSIE J. BROPHY,
Executrix of the Estate.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Marion
Department No. 1
V. E. Johnson, plaintiff, vs. J. C
Dobbins and Hazel I. Dobins, his wife,
N, E. Eders, and The Cuited Status
National Bank of Salem, Oregon, a cor
To N. E. Eders, one of the above nam
In the name of the state of Oregon,
you are required to appear and ana- '
wer the complaint filed against you ia
the ubove entitled suit on or before
six weeks after the 21st day of Sep
tember, 1916, and if you fail to so ap
pear and answer the said complaint
within said time, for want thereof the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for iu said complaint,
to-wit: for a decree against you tore
closing two certain mortgages upon the
following described premises, to wit:
Lot number fifty four (54) of Holly- .
wood as per plat thereof on record ia
the office of the recorder of convey
ances for Marion couuty, Oregon; and
directing said premises to be sold to
satisfy the amount due tho plaintiff,
and thut you be forever barred and
foreclosed of all right, title, interest,
claim and equity of redemption in the
said mortgaged premises and every
part thereof; and you will also take
notice that this summons is served up
on voii by publication thereof in The
Unify t'apital Journal, a daily uewsia
per "published in Salem, -Marion county, '
Oregon, pursuant to an order of Hon.
W. M. Busbey, county judge of Mar
ion county, Oregon, made at Chambers, '
at Salem) Marion county, Oregon, on
the llllh day of September, 1910; and
that the date, of the first publication
of this summons is the 21st day of Sep
tember, 1910, and the lust publication
thereof will be the 2nd dny of Novem
JOHN BAYNE, .'
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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