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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEB. 5, 1918.
" EVERYTHING ELECTSICAL
Bales Electric Co., Masouio Temple, 127 North High
TRANSFER AND DRATAGE
Balem Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front Street!
DB, L. M. HUM CUBES ANT KNO WN
disease. All kinds of Chinese herb
and medicines. 153 South High St.
DR. V. L, U1TEB, DENTIST, ROOMS
i6in aaan ol Commerce bldg.
Phone 606. 11-4
I WILL MAKE YOU A PLATE YOU
can use. Bring in the one you are
not using or that bot'-.ers you. I can
end will fix it. 10 ears practice in
Salem. G. T. Whito, D. M. D., 318
U. 8. Bank bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Beal Estate Security
THOS. K. FOBD
Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN
Eaiern Money at Lowest Bates, on'
approved security. Hoincr H. Smith, i
Boom 5, MeCornack Bldg., Salem, Or. i
HATTERS AND CLEANERS
ELLSWORTH, 'THE HATTEB Men 's
and women's hats cleaned, reblocked
and retrimmed. Old hats made to
look like "Hew. We carry a large
- stock of fine ribbons. 495 Court St.
DBS. B. H. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized in
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505-508 U. S. Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Eesidence 1620
Court. Phone 2215.
DBS. H. D. BOWEIiS AND WIFE,
graduates. American School Osteop
athy, Kirksville, Mo., and post-graduate
work Los Angeles college; six
teen years experience. Residence of
lice 854 S. Commercial Sc. near Mis
sion St. 2 23
FOB SALE Five room louse, one
block from paved street, three
blocks from carliuc; this house has
bath, toilet, electric lights and is
- on a fine lot. Price $1400. Terms
. ., e&"y.. ...A five room house.-on good
lot, on paved street, ciose to car
lino, plenty of fruit. Price .$1450,
$400 cash, balance monthly pay
ments. A convenient modern house
' " on car line, near school for $2500.
Terms reasonable. A cheap house
and barn on car line, with good lot,
$S00. See Square Deal Realty Com
pany. Phone 470.
155 ACRES, and a number one bottom
farm, all cultivated, no white land,
well drained, fair improvVncnts,
good fences, mail route past door,
1 miles from station, school and
church, 5 miles from good town,
must be sold at once, only $70 per
rcre. Terms may be arranged if do
fcired. Soeolofsky, 341 State. 1-31
FBUITLAND Nursery sale yard at
Hi?h and Ferry. Everbearing straw
berries. Call and see stock and get
prices bfore making your purchase.
TO YE REPAIRING
STOVES EEBUILT AND REPAIRED
60 .years experience. Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250
Court street. Phone 124.
BALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kin is removed on monthly contracts
t reasonablo rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Eesidence Main 2272.
SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical' instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typswriters
nd furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 5246, meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. B. F. Day, V. C; J. A.
BALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or ne
glect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for investiga
tion. E. N. A. "Oregon Grape Camp" No
1360, meets every Thursday evening
in Darby and Lafky building, Court
and High streets; Mrs. Sylvia
Phnup, 3971 Market, oracle; Mrs.
Malissa Parsons, recorder, 1296 N.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in L O. O. F. hall, A. A. Guef
froy, M. A.; C. A. Vibbert, secretary.
Crown Drug Store, 338 State street.
. Main 7i
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELS i
repaired, Karl Neugebauer, with
tient' Pharmacy. 1J-4
SALEM WATEB COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets.
Bills payable monthly in advance.
DB. W. G. MOOBHOUSE, COUNTY
veterinarian, graduate Cornell Univer
sity. Office Cherry City Feed Stables
644 Ferry St Phones, office 2199, res.
and night 1510.
Keeps the permanent business
man la trout line business
trenches get your Job Print-
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE MARKETS t
Today's local market quotations
show 'an increase of $1 per ton for
bran and an advance of 50 cents a ton
Wheat, soft white 1.851 87
Wheat, red 41.85
Wheat, lower grades on samplt
Oats ...... 8085c
Barley, ton $5556
Shorts, per ton ". $38
Hay, cnoat, new $22
Hay, vetch, new, .. $23
Hay, clovor, new $21
Buttorfat '. 54c
'Creamery butter 53c
Country butter 45c
Pork.' Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot 1414 3-4
Veal, lancy 13(a)lovc
Steers ; 6V27c
Spring lambs ll(g12c
Ewes ... .. 6(ac
Lambs, yearlings ....;. lot
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash 4345c
Heus, pound : 202lc
Turkeys,, dressed ' 26(g)2sc
Tinkers, live, No. 1 21(a)23e
Hens, dressed, pound ....... 27(a29c
rys, dressed 26(s23c
Ducks, live l(a17c
Geese, live 14(3l5c
Turnips, sack . $1
String garlic 8c
J Sweet potatoes $5
I Green onions iOt
(Onions, in sack $22.50
California tomatoes $2-7a
Lettuce, crate $2.15
Celery . 75'0c
Broccoli . ., $1.85
Figs ana Dates
Black figs 12y2c
White figs 13c
Dromedary dates $4-65
'Fard dates $2.50
Golden dates 14c
Lemons, per box
Flour, hard wheat
Flour, soft wheat
i Country butter
Suar, 11 lbs. for
Sales limited to $1
Portland, Or., Feb. 5. Butter, city
Eg23, selected local ex. 5053c
Daily Live Stock Mar&et
Tone of market steady
Medium to choice steers $10.7511
-trood to medium steers $9.35fa 10.35
Common to good steers $7.759.25
Choice cows and heifers $910
.S;oi-ker and feeder steers $6?(9
Tone of market yteadv
Prime light $16.25;10.40
Prime heavy $16.3o(a 16.50
Tone of marl et s-teadv
Western lambs $15(o 13.50
Valley lambs $4.50'S 15
Yearlings 13' 13.50
Wethers ?12 50 13
Kwcs $J0fa'll " r-ni
Note Portland market on shorn
she p, 2 to 3c under qnotation.
JOURNAL WANT ABS PAY;
Civil War Yeteran Dies;
Condensery Failure Felt
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Stayton, Or., Feb. 6. Mr. Baldwin,
father of C. H. Baldwin, passed away j patriotic, having given a neat sum to
on Sunday morning. The old gentleman I l,e Bed Cross Sunday entitling it to
who was a Civil War veteran, had bceu.& banner.
seriously ill with pneumonia for several i Mrs. J. M. Alsinan has been seriously
davs and the end was not unexpected. M the past week.
The Baldwins are new comers here,
having purchased the Deil place north
of town about three months ago. They
have the symputhy of the community
iu their boreavement. Funeral services
were held at .the Christian church on
Monday afternoon conducted by C. E.
Daugherty and the G. A. B. attended in
The financial embarrassment of the
Scio coudeusary has caused quite a lit
tle iuconveuieuce here, as a number
from this vicinity and even in and
around Sublimity were disposing of
their cream to this concern. Jesse
Shepherd of this city recently purchas
ed a truck to use for hauling cream
from this vicinity and he along with a
great many others are hoping that the
affairs of the company will soon be
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taylor are re
ceiving congratulations on the arrival
of a son, born February 2. Mr. Taylor
is manager of the Electric light plant
here and at Sublimity and Mrs. Taylor
was before her marriage, Miss Eliza
Boy, of this city.
Mrs. Ward Holf ord and baby returned
Sundav night from a week's visit with
Mr. Holford in Portland.
Mrs. J. Morley of the Waldo Hills
is a guest at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. A. C. Thomas.
Mrs. Ida Hansen of Browuesville was
a guest at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Thomas the last of the week.
Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Beauehamp have
issued invitations for an evening at
their home Tuesday, February 5.
Mrs. Grant Murphy is homo from a
visit with relatives at Mill City.
According to the Scio paper, Dr. H.
H. Hobson, is closing up his affairs
there preparatorv to accepting a
tion elsewhere. Dr. Hobson is well
known here, being a son or ex-eenaior
and Mrs. W. H. Hobson and a brother
Mrs. W. N. Pintlcr of this city.
Changed from Gloom to Cheer
"My stomach suffering was so se
vere that 1 could not have lasted much
louger. I did not care so much for my
self but did not want to leave my
three little children who neoded a
mother's lovo and care. A cousin in
California wrote me about Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy and I took a course
of it. I have since, been entirely well."
It is a simple, harmless preparation
that removes the catarrhal mucus from
the intestinal tract and allays the in
flammation which causes practically
all stomach, liver and intestinal ail
ments, iuuUtding appendicitis. One dose
will convince or money refunded. Per
ry's Drug Stoire, Capital Drug Store.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Woodburn, Or., Feb. 5. A committee i
has been appointed by Company I aux-1
iliary to see about a service flag for the i
City of Woodburn. It means a large !
flag as nearly two hundred wooaourn !
hovs have answered our country's call,
Committee are Mesdamcs R. M. Hicks,
H. L. Gill and C. F. Whitman.
Mrs. E. II. Hoff was a pleasing hos
tess at her home in East Cleveland
street Saturday afternoon, where she
entertained a few friends to an after
noon tea. The aftornoon was spent in
Red 'Cross knitting and bandage mak
ing. Those present were: Mesdamcs Gill,
L. Li. Gnus, timmctt, Bunnell, nenu
ricks, Rocho, Templeton, F. W.' Settle
meier, W. J. Wilson and. Miss Carrie
BE8I LIVER AND
FORf Ally USE
Xascarsts' Regulate Women,
Men asd Children With
m 1 nn rvM' IT 11
laKe Wucn mucus, neaaacay,
for CoMs, Bad-Breath,
caster oil or dangerou. caioniei, wny
jwORK WHILE V0U SLEEPj
uuu Jm ",.' "'. ; " c-eputv clerk of the court for 16 years,
yonr home! Ca-aiet act on the v!n - intmeIlt wag made to fill the
and thirty feet of towels so gently you ' . the d t clerkship. The
Jtn't realize you have taken a ciithar- "-. 1 " 1 J Aolnn
tie. but they act thoroughly and ca ; pos.t.on of clerk pays a salary of $2400
tm deienilojl unon when a eood liver."
and bowel cleansing is necessary
they move the bile and poison from
the bowels without griping and sweet
en tho stomach. You eat one or two
at ninht like caudy and you wake up
feeliiif fine, the healaehe, biliousness,
bad breath, e;ated tongue, sour stom
a."h, con?ipation, or bad cold disap
pears. Mothers- should give cross, s-k,
ieveri-!i or uinong ciiiiiircn a wnoie
Cawaret any timo they are harmless
and safe for the little folks.
North Santiam Items
(Capital Journal Special Service)
' North Santiam, Or., Feb. 5. The
Baptist Sunday sehool is among the
Mr. S. E. Guenzli was a business call-
er at the Capital City one day this
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ruckner of Astoria
were called to the bedside of Mrs.
Ruckner 's mother, Mrs, J. M. Ataman.
Mr. Harris attended a convention for
the benefit of schools at Salem Saturday
Mr. W. B. McCormick transacted busi
ness iu Salem ono day this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brower of A
toria, were called here due to the ill
ness of Mrs.. Brewer's mother, Mrs. J.
M. Alsman. -
Mr. George Ashford is sick with La
The Scio Condenser has closed down
their milk routes here and it seems
as though the company is tied up for
want of funds.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Hayesville, Or., Feb. 5: The Bod
Cross auxiliary met at Mrs. W. Fitts
last Thursday and will meet with Mrs.
A. E, Zimmerman on Thursday, Feb. 7th.
Mrs. Lillic Johnson and daughter
Myrtle have moved to Portland.
County Superintendent Smith was a
visitor at the schools hero on Tues
Bruce Willis who has been visiting his
parents here, left for Dorchester, Neb.
The two year old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wui. Bay was buried at the
Hayesville cemetery ou Saturday. Bev,
Holt of Salem conducted the services.
Rudolph Hansen came homo from
Oregon City to spend Sunday.
The fourth grade gave Ira Turner a
pleasant surprise on Saturday afternoon,
it being his tenth birthday.
E. O. Siecko is at Medford in the
interests of the forestry department.
Waterbury. Mrs. N. A. noffard assist
ed tho hostess iu solving light Hoover
Mr. and Mrs. David Clark left Sat
urday for Portland to visit their daugh
ter, Mrs. Sirgonson. Mr. Clark return
ing Monday while Mrs. Clark will visit
a week. "
Mrs. Chas. Sterling of Brownsville is
the guest of her sister, Mrs, Kumond
Mrs. P. A. Livesley spent tho week
end with friends in Portland.
K H. Hofi, president of the Security
State Bank, oi this city, left for Seat
tle, Wash., Thursday, lie having ac
cepted it splendid positiou representing
a wholesale dry goods house there, for
the state of Washington. Mrs. lloff will
join him later. They have both become
popular and liave 'iiolped in making a
success of worthy war causes. Their de
parture will be a loss to Woodburn and
will be followed by the well wishes of
Mr. and Mrs, E.' A. Cunningham and
sou Archie, left for their new home in
Bun Jose, California, Thursday,
Mrs. Albert Amies and sister, Mrs.
Davis of Salem left for American Luke
Saturday to visit Mrs. Davis daughter.
vXow. there they will go to Indiana,
where Mrs. Amies will visit tor a num
ber of months and Mrs. Davis will make
her homo there. '
Mr. Henry Millet"" entertained at din
ner at his home Saturday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Odekii-k, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Bechell, Misses Alctha Bit
ney, Ethel Bouney, Ida Christin, of
Hubbard, and Mr. Earl Broyles.
Mrs. J. B. MeKiuuey aud baby ar
rived homo from visiting her parents
at Oaklaud, California, Sunday.
Miss Mary lloff of Silveitou was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. N. A, Hoffard
Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Mishberger cel
ebrated their 5Uth wedding anniversary
January 20th, at their home on east
Cleveland street, with a family reunion
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Moshberger aud family, Mrs. Eu
gene Moshberg.'r aud family and Mrs.
O. A. Moshberger and family of Mt.
Angel. There were three sons absent:
Major Eugene Moshberger, who is now
iu France serving his country; Orson
A, of Mt. Angel, and Bamon A. of
Palo Alto, Cal. A tine dinner and a good
time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Mosh
berger before her marriage was Miss
Sstella Mack, the oldest daughter of W.
O. Mack of Canby. They have lived in
Woodburn since 1888, except 1 1-2 years
when they lived iu Canby. Mr. und
Mrs. Moshberger are much esteemed by
a their, neighbors and a host of uiVW
OI wirtmiig wit; m uiuiiv uiuiy cuio
hai'PV married life.
The Misses Katherine and Francis
Brogau who have been visiting at the
home of their sister, Mrs. Frank Weiss,
have returned to their homo at Autoiope
Mrs. W. H. Kclsey returned home Fri
day from a visit to her sister at New
fort. W. M. Williams was a Salem visitor
Arthur S. Benson Succeeds
Late Judge Moreknd
Arthur 8. Benson was today appointed
clerk of the supremo court to fill the
itcaney caused by the death of Judge
J. C. Moreland. Benson, who is a son
f Honry Tj Benso; hag becn
Washington, Feb. 5. The workless
Mondiy will be continued indefinitely.
This was the unofficial admission of
the fuel administration, following a
'conference between Secretary McAdoo
'and Fuel Administrator Garfield today.
City and Town, and Road
District Valuations, 1917 Roll
According to, the 1917
assessment roll, completed by Assessor W
cd towns and road districts of Marion
valuations of mcorporat
the amount to be raised
1 $ 454,377
26 ' 227,564
-.003 ". 2,307.38
.0052 . 2,723.49
!0095 ' 3,211.51
!o055 .. "5,059.16
County School and Library ..... . 42,045,031
Roads -.. 30,286,243
High School Tuition Fund 23,383,686
Schools (Special) T
Cities and Towns ......
Fire Patrol r r..... ,
Total : Tax Roll :.... :
One American Killed
Washington, Feb. 5. An American
soldier was killed and six wounded in
action February 2, General Pershing an
nounced in a cable to thy war depart
Private Lewis Ouslcy, infantryman,
Wilton, N. D., was killed.
The six slightly wounded are:
Corporal Siulduby, Louisville, Ky.
Private Boyd A. Close, Poland, Ind.'
Felix Woyoshiy, Wyoming, Pa. .
Dallas C. Mcliorie, Unionville, N. C.
Joe Matthews, Mismarck, N. D.
Elmer 1. Young, Farmersburg, Ind.
No details of the fighting accompan
ied tho casuulty list, but Ousley was
killed and the other men wounded ap
parently in encounters which took place
Saturday in the American section of
th.i allied trenches, previously reported.
Tive additional deaths from natural
causes were also cabled the war depart
ment by General Pershing.
Mrs. J. D. Matlock's Suit
Dismissed by Supreme Court
In an opinion handed down by tho
suprenn court today in tho divorce Ruit
brought by Mary F. W. V. Matlock
against J. I). Matlock in the circuit
court for Multnomah county, the court
reverses a decision of Judge Cittens and
orders the suit dismissed on the ground
that a suit already had been brought
by Matlock against Mrs. Matlock in the
circuit court for Lane county. The Mat
locki formerly lived at Eugene.
'Two co-ordinate courts of a etnte
camot have jurisdiction to determine
the status of the same parties iu a di
vorco suit at the same time," says Jus
tice .'loan, who wrote the court's de
cisio 1. ' The court whoso jurisdiction
first attached proceeds to a final deter
mination of the case exclusive of any
'The e'reuit court for Multnomah
county wan without authority to make
the order appealed from. It follows that
the order and decree must be reversed
and the suit dismissed; and it is so or
dered." The order referred to directed Mat
lock to pay Mrs. Matlock $500 suit
memey and $100 a month temporary ali
mony. Other opinions were handed down as
D. M. Watson, et al. vs. Sheriff Hnrl
burt of Multnomah county, ct al., ap
pellants; appealed from Multnomnh;
suit to restrain sale of property under
execution; oiunion by Justice Bean; Cir
cuit Judge Morrow affirmed.
Lettic K. Ward vs. Thomas A. Jenson
appellant; appealed from Multnomah;
action for damages for alleged fraudu
lent representation in rel-jtion to cjr
ibanire of land; opinion by Justice Har
ris, Circuit Judge Gatens, reversed.
i K .oi"" l. ef nl.. hop"!!"" vs.
Merritt L. Holbrook; appealed from
M'lltnnnish; involving agreement to par
tition real property; opinion by Justice
est this week,
AND TOWNS ,
McCamant; Circuit Judge Davis revers
ed. First National Bunk of St. Johns. aD-
'pellont vs. Multnomah State bank; ap-
,1l,l,l frnm Mnltnmiiiih; suit to eilioin
sale of bank stock and enforce lieu
thereon; opinion by Justice Moore; Cir
cuit Judge Davis reversed.
Fate of Soldiers Hangs
On Our Expert Workmen
Washington, Feh. 5 Tho fate of
the American 'army in France and of
the allied cause depends on Ameri
can skilled workmen.
TltiB was the appeal of Charles Piez,
general iiuiiut ffcif the Emergency
Fleet Corporation, in a send-off mes
sage opening tho- country wide cam
paign to enroll 350,000 skilled work
ers for shipyards.
llo asked governors of all stutes to
issue special) in-ocjlamations uuging
skilled artisans to enroll in the public
roservo for immediato duty when
"To- win the war, our firiit need is
ships," Piez Baid, "and to build ships
our first need is earnest and . skilled
"Will you not give the 'United
States shipyard volunteers' the force
of your official influcnco by a proc
lamation calling tho mechanics of your
state to enroll for this great service."
FEW CENTS DESTROYS
YOUR DANDRUFF AH D
STOPS FALLING HAlf
Save Yoar Hair! Makke It
Thick, Wavy and Beauti
Thin, brittle, colorless aud scraggy
hair is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp; of daidruff that awful scurf
There is nothing so destructive to
the hair as dandruff, it robs the hair
of its lustre, its strength and its very
life; eventually producing a feverish-!
ness and itching of tho scalp, which!
if not remedied causes tho hair roots
to shrink, loosen and dio then tho
hair falls out fast. A little Daudcrine
tonight now any time will surely
save your hair.
Get a small bottle of Knowlton's
Dunderino from any drug store or toi
let counter, and after, the firnt appli
cation your hair will take ou tuat life,
lustre and luxuriance which is so beau
tiful. It will become wavy and fluffy
and have tho appearance of abundance
an incomparable gloss and softness;
but what will please you most will be
after just a Jew weeks use when you
will actuallysee a lot of fine, downy
hail- new hair growing all oyer the
47 - 289,668
51 ' ' 150,594
53 - 291,251
62 229,041 .
A COLD? LISTEIi!
Tape's Cold Compound
Ends Severe Colds or
Grippe in Few Hours
Your eold will break and all grippe
misery end after taking a dose of
"Pap' Cold Compound" every two
hours until three doses are taken.
It promptly open elogged up nos
trils and air passages iu the head,
stops nasty discharge or nose run
ning, relieves sick headache, dullness, "
feverishness, sor throat, sneezing,
soreness and stiffness-
Diu't stay stuffed up. Quit blowing
and suutiiing! Ease your throbbing
head nothing else in the world give
such prompt relief as "Pane's Cold
Compound," which costs oulv a few
eests at any drug store. It acts with
out assistance, tastes nice, and causes
uo inconvenience. Accept no substi
tute. Escaped Oregon Convict
Now On Way to Salea
Spokane, Wash,, Feb. 5. George Bay
a safe cracker who escaped from th
Oregon penitentiary a few weeks ago
was arrested here early today. He is
now euroute to Salem in charge of
Captaiu Keller of Salem, who stopped
here on hit way home with another pris
From the many big bunches of cattle
being fed in tho vicinity of Heppner
this winter the Gazette Times gains the
impression that the cow country "hi
Sealed proposals will bo received at
tho oft'ico of the Secretary of the State
Pair Board, 210 State House, Salem,
Oregon, up to 3 o'clock p. m. Febru
ary 20th, 1918, for the erection of tho
first two units of the stadium building
to be built on tho slate fair grounds,
according to the plans and specifica
tions which may be obtained at the of
fice of Lewis I. Thompson, Atelier
building, 91 North Tenth street, Port
land, Oregon. A deposit of $25.00 will
be required upon eielivery of tho plan
Board of Stale 5Tair Directors,
Bv A. H. Lea,, Secretary-Manager.
' . . .
NOTICE. OP ASSESSMENT
For tho Cost of Improving Leslla
Street In tho City of Salem, from
Commercial Street to Liberty Street
To Kstella 11. and Harry E. Albert,
and to Margaret G. Gould.
You, aud each of you, are hereby no
tified that the city of Salem has, by
Ordinuuce No. 1521, levied an assess
ment upon your respective properties
hereinafter descibed, and in tho
amount here! uaiter set fortu, for such
property's proportionate share of the
cost of improving Leslie street from
Commercial street to Liberty street
A description of each lot or parcel of
land, tho owner thereof, ,and the
amount assessed and levied upon it
is as follows, tcwit:
Commencing at the southwest cor
ner of block 39, Salem, Oregon; thence
easterly along the north line of Leslie
sH.reeM? l.fOUlO Keet; thence nortlherly
aud parallel to Commercial stroet 55 00
feet; theuco westerly and parallel to
l-iosho street l.iOOO tcct to the oast
lino of Commercial street; thencO
southerly along the ea.it line of Com
mercial street 55.00 feet to tho place
of beginning, being a fraction of block
39, Salem, Oregon.
Estella H. and Harry E. Albert, cost
Commencing at a point on the north
lino of Leslie ' street which is 5S feet
westerly from tho west line of Liberty
street; thence northerly parallel to
Liberty street 120.00 feet;, thence
westerly and parallel with Leslie street
50.00 feet; thence southerly and par-
allel with liberty street 120.00 tcct to
tho north line of Lcslio street; theneo
oasterly along the north line of Leslie
street 50.00 tee-t to the place of be
ginning, beiue a fraelion of bloek 39,
Margaret G. Gould, cost $162.76.
Said tosfosHinejnts were entered in
volnmo 3, docket of city liens on the
21st day of December, 1917, as a
and aro now due and payable to the
This notice is served upon you by
publication thereof for ten days in
tho Daily Capital Journal, published
in the city of Salem, by order of the
Date of first publication hereof, Jan
uary 29, 1918.
ISA If U KAt'B,
2 9 Recorder of the City of Salem.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
For the Cost of Improving Alley in the
South Block of Ch.vles Oartwrigb.fi
Addition From Capitol Street to
To A. H., L. E., and M. M. Hunt.
You, and each of you, are hereby no
tified that the city of Salem has, by
ordinance No. 1522, levied an assess
ment upon your property hereinafter
described, ami in the amount hereinaf
ter set forth, for such property's pro
portionate share of tho cost of improv
ing alley in the South block of Charles
Cartwright's Addition from Capitol
street to 12th Btroet. A description of
each lot or parcel of land, and the
amount assessed and levied upon it if
tiM follows. fO',vit.:
F,nst 02.74 fee-t of let fi, South block
Charles Cartwright's Addition to Sa
A. H-, L. E, and M- M. Hunt, cost
Said assessment was entered in vol
umo 3, docket of city liens ou the 21st
day of December. 1917, as a chartre
and lien against said property, and the
now duo and payable to the city treas
urer. This notice is served upon you by
publication thereof for ten days in
the Dailv Capital Journal, published U
tho city of Salem, by order of the com
Date of first publication hereof, Jan
uary 29. 1918.
EARL RACE. -2
9 Recorder of the City of Palem.