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THE'DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. THURSDAY, JUNE 6. 1913.
IN TKJB CIRCUIT COURT
Of tlu Stat of Oregon, for Mario.i
. N. R. Mooa and Martha E. Moon,
plainHffsl.vs, Fred I'pHiiss, Suihh Col
lins, the unknown heirs of Frank Col
lins, deceased, and a'so all other per
sona or parties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or "interest in
the real property described in the coin
plaint herein, defendants, Summons.
To the above uanied "defendants.
' In the name, of the state of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear unit
answer the complaint filed against yon
in the above entitled eourt and cause,
o or before the 2nd 'day "of July,
1918, and if you fail go to appear ami
answer said complaint, for want there
of the plaintiffs will apply- to the court
for the relief prayed tor iu their com
plaint herein," a siuvinct statement of
which ia as follows: . .
A decree requiring you, and each ot
you, to set fur.h the nature of any
claim which you, or any of you, have
iu or to the following described real
Beginning at the northwest corner
of the Towner Savage and wife dona
tion laud claim in the northeast quar
ter ci s i tiou 12 iu township 7 south,
range 3 west of the Willamette Merid
ian; thence south following the wet
line of said 1). L. C. 9.50 chains; thence
south 31 degrees west 3.36 chains;
thence north 36 decrees west C.57
chains to the center of the county road
'leading from Salem to Aurora; thence
north 34 degrees east aUiug the center
of said roadi 9.08 chains to a sti ne due
west of the place of beginning; thence
cast 1.43 chains to tue place of begin
ning, and containing five acres, more
or less, situated in Marion county, Ore
gon, und that all adverse claims be deter
mined by decree Of said court and by
said decree it be adjudged and decreed
tin at plaintiffs arc the owners in fee
simple of said premises, and the whole
thereof, and that neither you, the said
'defendants, nor anv of you, have any
ri'ht, title, estate, lien or interest iu
or" to said premises, or any part there
of, end that a decree, toe entered by
feaid court forever enjoining and re
straining you, and each of you, from
assorting any claim or interest what
soever in or to said premises, or any
part thereof, adverse to the plaintiffs
or their successors in interest, and for
mien other relief as to tho court may
seem equitable and proper.
You are further notified that this
summons is served upon you by publi
cation thereof in the Capital Journal,
b newspaper of general circulation
'printed and published In the city of
Salem, Marion .county, . Oregon, and
that the. date of the first publication
'thereof is the Cth day of JuneHMS,
ami the""tust piibTicaUoVthercof "will
b made on the 18th day of July, 1918.
This summons is so published and serv
ed upon vou pursuant to the order of
the Hon. Geoigo O. Bingham, judge of
the above entitled court,- which order
was duly made and entered of record
in said cause on the'LDth day of May,
19B SMITH & SHIELDS,
Salem Bank of Commerce,- Sailem,
Or., Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 6-18
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
For the Cost of Improving High Street
in the Olty of Salem, From Mill
Street to the South Line of Bush
To Ellen L. Haz-lton and Elizabeth
- You, and each of you are hereby no
tified that the city of Salem has, by
ordinance No- 1535, levied a re-assess-ment
wrn your respective properties
hereinafter described, and in the
amount hereinafter i.ot forth for such
property's proportionate fchnro of the
cost of improving High street in the
-; .r. frnm Mill street to the
south lino of Bush street, together
with six per cent interest thereon from
the dnte of delinquency of tho origina
assessment. A description of each lot
or part thereof or parcel of land, tac
ownor thereof, and the amount assess
ed and levied upon it is a follows.
t0Tho' north one half of lot 7 in block
10 of the city of Salem, Ore. Ellen L.
Hazelton, cost $239.00. mtereat $01.38.
The north 47.5 feot of lot 2 in
Mock 17 of the City of Salem Ore.
Elizabeth E. Hunt, cost J222.04. Inter
est $57.03. . x
Slaid assessments were entered an
volume 3, docket of city Hens, on the
10th dav of April, 1918, as a charge
and lien against the said properties,
end arc now due and payable to the
this notice is served upon you &y
publication thereof, for ten days, in
the Daily Capital Journal, a newspa
per published in the city of Salem, by
order of the common council.
Date of first publication hereof, is
June 4, 19.8.
Recorder of the City of Salem, Oregon.
. IN THE JUSTICE'S COURT
For Salem District, in the County of
Marion, State of Oregon
C. D. Query, plaintiff, vs, Fstray,
Evidence having been shown to the
sa'isfaetion of the court that C. 1.
Query has exercised reasonable dilli
geme in his efforts to find the owner
of an estray heifer aoout one year old,
eream colored and injured in the ri ;ht
hip causing her to walk lamely, nnd
that more than ten days have ehpsed
since the taking up of said animal, it
is therefore ordered that he advertise
two weeks successively in weekly the
sale of raid animal to take place on
the 2r,th day.of June. 1918, at the hour
of 2 "clock p. m. of said day. at C. D.
Query's place 414 miles southwest
irom Salem near Uvesley station on
tho Oregon Ele-tric railway.
D. W EBSTER, J. P.
June 6 13
Willamette Valley News
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Rickey, Or., Juu it. The stork re
cently left two baby" girls at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burbee. The
babies will be named Bessie and Daisy.
Mrs. Floyd Martin, of Portland, Mrs.
fjovd Trask of Lvons and Wilfred
Lewis of Crooked Finger, spent part of
last wvck with Mr. and Mrs. a. Lewis
Word has been received by M. M. Ma
gee, thar hi brother J. W. Mageo has
arrived in France.
Miss Minnie Sehaller of Salem was
the guest of Mr, and Mis. Eugene AuM
franc Saturday evening. j
Mrs. 1). A. Hams, known to net!
friends as Mother Harris, passed to her j
eternal home May 21, after several;
mouths of patiently -born suffering. The j
many kind acts of those who brighten
ed her last days of suffering were ao-1
nreciated verv much bv Mother Harris i
und her faiuSv
Mr. and Mrs. C. Fox of Salem, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Edwards,
B. B. Gesner spent Saturday evening
Mr. and Mr. Burt have disposed of
the "Sunnv Brook" farm and will
leave sliortlv for Idaho,
It has been learned Carl Carlson and'
Chas. McGuire are now in the service
of their country. Both, spent their boy-
hood in Biekv atid will be kiudlv rcmein-
bcred by their friends. Mr. Carlson is
stationed in California and Mr. McGuire
is " Somewhere in i ranee."
Mia. A. Parson was a Sal?m visitor
D. A. Harris attended services at the
Christian church in Salem Sunday morn-
Mr. Prorbaugh, Miss Edith Pror-,
batigh nnd little Mnrgory Drorbaugh
spent Saturday afternoon in Salem. gene Sunday.
Frank K. Harris enlisted In the quar-, C. H. Benson was in town Tuesday,
terniaster corps and left Tuesday for lien Chamberlain and Defia Chamber
Vancouver. H.o was accompanied as far lain, of this place, were married Sun
as Portland by his sister, Miss Hazel day morning at the Methodist church,
Harris. Rov. W. J. Warren officiating. The
A crowd of our voung people motored
to Crooked Finger Sunday and spent the
Mr .and Mrs. W. J. Brown were Salem
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Turner, June 0. Miss Watson and
Sum Tj. Tunnel of Winona, Idaho, were
quietly married at the home of the
l.ii.ln'a niirenta Mr Hurt Mrs .1 M.
Watson, Sunday morning at. 9 o'clock,
leaving at once for their farm home iu
Idaho. Only the parents and grandpar
cuts together with the bride's young
est brother witnessed the ceremony.
liarzier Small, p0stmaS:er, had the
misfortune to have hie auto stolen
Mon dav night
A number of Turneries motored to
Salem Saturdav evenintt to bid Cecil
.v - i i
lluiisukcr and Lawrence Ginaden good
bye, when the boys left for soldior
llf , l , . ....
Russel Forrest spent a few days here
iron roruauu, rn ,tm ..c
Sam Palnierton has gone to Portland
to spend part of his vacation with rel-
Mrs. W. G. Smith and daughter of
Mill City w.ere in Turner Monday and
Mis. M. Ramp and Mrs. McDnniels
of Portland have been the house guests
of Mrs. Ramp's brpt'her, Willard Hall,
they left Monday for Salem.
Turner eighth grade class made a
good showing. Six out of the class pass
with good averages and two have one
subject to take over. 6th and 7th
grades did well in their state exanii-
nation in .physiology. .
M.-s. E. Makay spent Wednesday at
the home of Jih Hones
Mrs. Win. Warrel and son, lhw,
Jr., left Tuesday for Portland. Mrs.
Warrel has been the houso guest of
SALE OF BONDS-OALI. FOR BIDS
, . : ' . ...
Tho undersigned wiU receUve bids
up till five o'clock V. m. June 3, 1918,
for improvement bonds of the city of t
Sa!e.m, Oregon,, to the amount of $8,-
633.no, interest at the rate of 6 per
cent .per annum, payable semi-annually .
at Salcim, Oregon. Such bonds wiH be
sold for not less than par and accrued
interest; date of bonds May 1, 1918.
iue cny reserves uie rigut 10 remoo
any and all bids.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned by an order of the county
court of the state of Oregon for the
eounty of Marion, duly made and en
ered on he 5th day of March, 1918,
was appointed administrator of the es
tate of Clark Rickei, deceased, and
that he has duly qualified as such ad-
mstrator All parties having e';."''
asainst such estate are hereby notified
to present the same with proper vouch
ers as required by law to said adminis
trator at Salem," Oregon, within six
months from the date of this notice.
Dated this 23d dav of May 1918.
6 20. .. ' Administrator.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed execu
tor of the e-rate of Samuel F. White,
deceased. All persons having claims
against Hie said estate are hereby no
tified to present the eame; properly
verified in the manwr provided by
lay to Bcftis H. White, executor of
ani.i ratntn Vn'ileA fttntna Vntinna
bank building, Salem, Oregon. withinL'Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dnnlgn, Sr.,
six months from tne date or roe iirsi
publication of this notice. The first
publication of this notice is-made this
tith day of June, 1318.
PEKTIS H. WHITE,
Donald W. Mik-s, Executor.
Att-rnev for Executor, 410 V- 8.
Natl Bank Bld.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
btayton, Or., June 6. With the clos
ing of the school, the town has taken
on its usual summer qu;.et. Most of the
teachers have returned to their former
homes. D. C. Davies has gone to Bead,
.hcib he will have charge of a depart
ment iu the schools next school year. .,
' Imi.W'arford, who has been in very
(nor health for several weeks has ar
rived in Stay-ton, and is improving.
Mrs. Flora Williamson, of Moscow,
Idaho, is a guest of Miss Su.4u Kearns.
Mrs. Williamson was a resident of Stay-
ton a number of years ago, her father
building -the house where Miss Kearns
now lives. She was married in this town
and her name befor." marriage was
Flora Jones. .
F-d Young and wife, of Moscow, Idaho
are here-for a visit.
Ralph MeCulloch, of Ontaria, Ore., is
visiting relatives here.
Prof. Grover of Aurora, who is to bo
the next principal of the Stayton school
was iii town a couple of days this week.
He has rented the Mrs. Josephine Kor
The postoffice is now located in new
quarters in the rear of the Farmers 4
Merchants bank. With aew and modern
equipment, the office looks fine, and
iu keeping with other establishments of
the city.- -
The mother of Stanley J. Starr is here
from Portland visiting at the Starr
Mrs. Josephine iKorinek, of Portland
is visiting nf the E. D. Alexander homo
Fred Ficklin arrived home from Ta-
coma, Wash., the first of the week, and
I left soon after for California.
C. P. Neibcrt, Miss Elder and Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. A. Luthy motored to Eu
ceremonv was performed m the pres
ence of only a few of the friends of the
contracting parties. An excellent wed-
ding dinner was served at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Waters. Th,e groom
is expecting to leave sometime during
the month to tak his place in the ser
vice of Uncle Sam;
: Mrs. W. E. Thomas, of Salem, has
been visiting friends here for ssveral
Mrs. H. J. Mutehlcr and Harrr left
Sunday, to join Mr. Mutchler in Prt -
Grant Murphy and. Frank Lesley left
the first of tho week for Portland, be-
ing subpoenaed on tho grand jury. Mr.
Murphy was accompanied by his wife
Several cases of what are now called
"liberty" measles ate In town.
Mrs. J. R. Miller has gone to join
her husband who is engaged at Kerry
m Smith and wife, of Portlana, weri
visiting friends in town the latter part
of last week.
Mi98 Etbrt Wirth, of Pendleton, is
vi91tlng at the J. T. LaUlweil nonie ana
ni,.r f r;,.nds.
Mrs. Maud Bones.
Turner has been well represented at
tne ate grange.
Mrs. Irene Hillcrary left Tuesday
Marion county court has purchased
B giaVel bed from Mis. B. G. Briggs.
Teams fro.ni west of town are hauling
t10 graVel. Mr. Fleetwood Is supervisor
of tily wol5
p,i I It.,,,.11
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Centrtti Howell, June 6. Grover
simmom,. who ha9 been quite sick, was
ablo tg istt &hmxt tw0 hourg 8un,iny.
JjtRa(, Moore.s brother, who is super-
intendent of the blind school at Sa-
ha, ,boen very Biek in a hos,ital
in Portland. Mr. Mooro went to. Port"
and ,Sa,ur(lay and Tep0rta his brother
Ta(,iay, b,i DeSart went to New-
t He Xpe.Hg to to gcae about two
wwkg. . .
Jo)ln parkg an,i wn . Arthur, are
pickinJ, berries in Polk county.
Mr and Mps jEaa(! jooreg ana Mrs.
Frank Simmong were shopping in Bil-
Miss Audrev Batrtrctt went to8alem
Thursday to visit Mr- and Mrs. Amos
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dnnigan, Jr., and
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lauderhack were
visitin? at Tom Laud'crliaek 's Sundny.
J. Charley Daugherty of BrownsVille
is viSLWng nis Bisier, mm. vium".
Simmons, this week.
J. W. Raggett was transacting busi
ness 'in Salem Monday.
Knri Mikkleson and Noah Tardon
started to California Saturday night to
train for T'nele Sam' work, and Louie
1 Gerbcr ig in the navy, making three
cf nnr vounir men. from Central Howell
school district, in tho struggle for
world peace. . "
Mrs. Fred Dnrlrin anil Mr. Clarence
Siimnons were calling on Mrs. Holvcr
Mikkleson one day la: week.
Miss I.eta Zann's school was out last
Friday. She wa teaching close to Tur
ner. Listen, everybody, there ill ne a
Red Cross meeting at the Central How
ell hall Friday evening, for the purpose
of organizing a Bed Cross auxiliary;
good speaking and singing Everyono in
the school district is expected to be
there and everybody else will be wel
come. Time eight thirty.
P.arny Leighty and sister, Mrs. John
Parks, made a flying visit to Polk
county Tuesday evening.
calling on Mr. and Mrs. Alex Licbty
Rutherlin is fo" have another sawmill
which will cut ties, bridge plank and
timbers and the men behind the enter-
Drise expect to have it in operation
early this month.
Nothing Like Plain Bitro-Fbosphate to
Put on Firm, .Bialthy Flesh and
to Increase Strength, Vigor
and Nerve Force
Judging from the countless prepara
tions and treatments which are con
tinually being advertised for the pur
pose of making thin peocple fleshv, de
veloping arms, neck and bust, and re
placing ugly hollows and angles by the
soft curved lines of health and beauty,
there are evidently thousands of men
and women who keenly feel their ex
Thinness and weakness are usuaM7
due to starved nerves. Our bodies need
more phosphate than is contained is
modern foods. Physicians claim there
is nothing that will supply this defi
ciency so well aa the organic phosphats
known among druggists as bitro-phos-phate,
which is inexpensive and is sold
by most all dniggiste under a guaran
tee of satisfaction or money back. By
feeding the nerves directly and by
supplying the body cells with the nec
esary phosphoric food elements, bitro-
phosphate quickly produces a welcome
transformation in the appearance; the
increase in weight irequeutly being
This increase in weight also carries
with it a general improvement in the
health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and
lack of energy which nearly always
accompany excessive thinness, soon
disappear, dull eyes become bright, and
pale cheek glow with the bloom of
CAUTION Although, bitro-phos-phate
is unsurpassed for relieving
nervousness, sleeplessness and general
weakness it should not, owing to its
remarkable flesh-growing properties, be
used by anyone who does not desire to
put on flesh.
Sarffeaut Russell Brooks
Writes From French Front
The folowing extracts are from
letter written by Kussell M. Brooks, ser
geant, stationed at headquarters com
pany, 102d infantry to his mother, Mrs.
Mililrtd B. Brooks.
"The Y. M. C. A. huts are everywhere
just plain wooden buildings with a can
teen at mch you,' can purchase tno
cver present not chocolate, smoking and
chewing tobacco and sometimes candy
but. are never satisld as you are with
home products. - "
"After my insurance and allotment
are deducted, I still hav.9 $17.30 pf-r
month for my own "purposes which' i
far too muelli g0 1 am going to pur.
chase a Liberty bond. Everything over
here is priced iii teHBs of francs. One
not familiar with the money will spend
two or three times as much as ha in
tends to, because a franc seems small.
"Just .received the. box from homo,
rather the worse for.the wear, but still
the cak.es, figs and soap were still in.
it. Tho Palinolive soap was a real treat
and the towel will surely help either as
a milliter ui iu unc uxic
a muffler or to use after a bath, always
r (I Il8ye seCl, 'jimmifl" Elvin and
have been with Dr. Doney who has com-
,oted , courg6 of loct JeS in thU dJ
; . . , north Hj, win ,,avc
much tn tell vou when he returns. Our
lifo isn't full of hardships here but as
a Frenchman told us, this is tho "hon
eymoon" of the war, and by the looks
of the specimen I see, I really belVivo
it. Black veils awseen everywhere
and they say this city has suffered the
least of any of the French towns.
"The newspapers here, even the lar
gest, have barely four pag, and tho
news of the battle line corrpondingly
small. Here we get very little news of
the war. Sunday is a real holiday with
tho French here and I find a 1" of
amusement in watching the crowds.
"I have a very earnest French in
structor who returns Ms knowledge of
French for my English. Over here, one
doesn't ftee the well dressed people we
have in the states. All the pople work.
The hands of tho women seem large
and red, always soiled. After eaiing, 1
take my French book to the "Jardln
do Public, and study."
President Kerr of 0. A.C.
Makes Talk to Grangers
President Kerr of the Oregon Agri
cultural college dclivored an address last
evening iu the Houso or Keprcscntatives
in an opeu rajeting of the slate grange.
His liui! of argument was mostly on
tho critical condition of the allies and
the necessity of this country furnishing!
food supplies. .
The allies were almost exhausted, he
said, and the United Stat.-s was the
only country able to continuo the war
and that on America today rests the
burden of fighting on to victory. He de
clared that the entire civilian popula
tion of this country niust do its share in
winning the war as the civilians of
France and England aw doing.
As to the food proposition, he declar
ed that if the government had depended
GET NEW. KIDNEYS!
The kidneys are the most overwork
ed organs of, the human body, and
when they fail in their work of fil
tering out and throwing off the pois
ons developed in the system, things be
gin to happen. -
One of the first warnings is pain
or stiffness in the lower part of the
back; highly colored urine; loss of ap
petite; Indigestion; irritation, or even
stone in the bladder. These symptoms
indica'e a condition that may lend to
that dreaded and fatal malady, Bnghts
disease, for which there is said to be
no enre. .
You can almost certainly find im
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years this famous preparation has been
an unfailing remcdjc for all kidney,
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get the GOLD Mr-DAL brand. None:
oi-er genuine. In boxes, three sizes.
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEETWE RECOMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
fetaa. Eleotrie Co, Masonic Temple,
DO TOTJ WANT new awninra for
store or horset Call or write C Dill
man, .980 Highland Ave. 5-18
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413-414 Bank of Commerce ' bldg.
Phone 606. - 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
TIIOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
rHE F1KIT SHOP Let us repair and
sharpen your lawn mower. KtU
Court. Phone 1022. tf
0RS. B. M. WHITE AND R. 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 503-508 U. 8. Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. . Residence, 1620
Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White Bee.
FOR RENT Bmsineas location at 162
north Commercial, will remodel to
suit tenant. See E. M. Klinger, 463
State street, Salem. 6-9
BILLIARD PARLOR for rent, with or
without fixtures; will remodol to
suit tenant; best location in city. E.
M. Klinger, 463 State etreet, Sa
ou the voluntary savings of the poople.
this country would not have been able
to Rend food supplies to the allies. The
food conditions in some parts of France
are so serious that food riots have be
come common during the past foW
It was tho lack of food that demoral
ized the Russians as well s tho Italians,
or at least a contributing cause for the
failure of tlv Italians last fall and in
the utter demoralization of the Rus
Every aspect of the f.md situation at
present intensifies the need of tho
greatest possible limitation in the use
of wheat in ordr Hint the allies mav be
wx niiuu in iu, -i mill my UIIJCS Hilly DB
coming harvest. Hsaid tho allies could
furnish the man power and that it was
Uto tins country to help feed those ar
mies as well as the civilian population
o fespeeinlly Frnnct. Tho great danger
is not in the shortage of men but in
tho shortage of food supplies.He thought
it would be impossible to starve tier
I many on account of the supplies taken
j witnin tne past tnree months Mr.
j Kerr declared there had been the great-
est danger that France would collapse
on acount of lack of food, and that the
United States was tho only country
that could supply this food;
. Eola News Notes
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Eola, Or., June 5. Mr. and Mrs. IIol
man Friday and Saturday of last waek
Lenoie Mitty has returned to her
home In Hiekleton, Washington, after
spending a month here at the homo of
her grandparents. -
Mrs. Acuff ana- children visitod at
the Cwppin home in Linn county, a
fow days last week.
Mr; Fields has been quite sick with
some kind of poisoning but is now bet
ter. Dr. MeCallon. was called to see him.
Road Master lid Mitty Is wonting on
the road this we?.
Julia Moedhnl'ieimer was in Eola Sat
urday. The Eola school has rccciv"d only one
teacher's application for next term of
Mrs! Antriean ami Nola Moffitt went
to I'ltllas Monday tj see their father
Mr. Wes Trent, who Is not expected tfl
live but a few days longer,
Mr. Harry Tliacker and wife, spent
Sunday in Salem.
The Saalfield family attend church
services in Salem every Sunday, going
over in their spring wagon.
Mrs. Savage and son, George, ani
grandson, afro Mrs. Rest and daughter
Jennie Best came out from Ralem Sat
urday for a picnic on the Eola hills.
Wheat, soft white 1.85$i'1.87
Wheat, red 185
Wheat, lower grade on sample
Barley, ton SO
Shorts, per ton SS
Hay, cheat, new 21(?i23
Har, vetch, new 22fe3
nay, Clover, new ..
Dry white beans TtSHiM
127 North High
NEW GRILL OPEN Opposite Oregon
Elcotrks depot, lunches and meals at
all hours, from 6 a. ni. to 11 p. m.
Sam louie, 13fr S. High St. - 6-gl
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8 MEET AT
MeCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. W. B. UU
. ton. E. R. SV '
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246.meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, cornet Court and
High street. B. K Day, V. C.j J. A.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou TillBon,
secretary. All eases of cruelty or neg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for investi
gation. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oieott Grape lamp" No. 13M).
-meets every Thursday evening' in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St-,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 143011.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. In I. O. O. F. hall. Norma L.
Terwilliger, M. A-; C. A. Vibbert.
secretary, 340 Owens street.
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, truuks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
SALEM. SCAVENGER Charles Boos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272. -
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience. Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 iu. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250
Court street. Phone 124.
SALEM 'WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade ttreets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot '. 13iT6e
Veal, fancy imwioh
Steers . 7e
Spring lambs ... ....... 12'ac
Lambs, yearlings 9c
Eers and Poultry
Kggs, trade 35c
hairs, cash .i.... wc
Broilers, live SSc
Hens, pound! - lOM
Turkeys, dressed z(eiw.,
Turkeys, live, No. 1 212a22,
Hens, dressed, pound ...
Onions, green ...................
Onions, Bormuda .............
Lettuce, crate - t'i
Oranges . V.IMi
Grape fruit, California - $4.50
Lemons, box $8.50fe9.50
Strawberries - 1.50(a-2
Dromedary dates - $6
Creamery butter 50e
Flour, hard wheat 2.85(a3.10
Flour, soft wheat $2.65
Country butter ... 45
Eggs, dozen 40c
Sugar, 11 lbs. for $1
Sales limited to $1
Portlwi l, Ore-, June C. Butter, city
Kggs, selected local ex. 4!)Vi50e
Hens 22 23c, , - -Boilers
Cheese Triplets 2526
Dally Livestock Market
Tone of market steady, uai.hanged
Prime steers 1413
WILL YOU WRITE to lonely young
widow worth 3o.WUI would marry.
Address Mary, Box 5S4, Los' Ang
les, Cal. 6T
WANT TO BUY for cash, modern f
- room house, with large lot; 135 acre
'all tillable, near. Muleshoe, Texas,
.for Salem- acreage; 240 acres, 20i '
cultivated,.' 40 pasture, good soil,
lays well, running water, 3 miles
from town, will hake $2500 in trada, ,
price $23,000 60 acres all cultivated, -
.'19 acres prunes, fair buildings, I,
-mile from town, $8,000. Owner, room
1, 341 State St, 6-11
FOR SALE Five acres with good
house, barn and out buildings, fenc-;
ed, cross fenced, and most of the
ground seeded, good water , froos
pump, - fruit for family use; on a
good road 2 miles from city lim
its and oar line. Npiare Deal Real-.
tv Company, U. S. bank building
IRRIGATION FOR 1918
For the purpose of trying to make
the irrigation- service more satisfac
tory the city -will be divided into twe
districts so that each district will get
the full service of the plant upon the
day it irrigate.
Tbo plan is to have fche'uousce whica
bear even numbers on the streets irri
gate onlv on Monday, Wednesday, Fri
day and Suiulay, and the houses which
bear odd numbers on thei street irri
gate only on Tuesday, Thursday, SaV
urdny and Sunday. This plan will per
mit every houso to Irrigate four uaye
out of .eaoh week. , .
Tho purpose of the Water company ,
in furnishing water for Irrigation it
not to furnish all the water a persoa
can run through the hose In the six,
irrigation hours every day, but to furn
ish enough water to keep the lawn in '
condition. To use more than enough it
a waste. We will pump the usual
amount of water and hope to furnish
it more satisfactorily Salem Water,
Light & Power Co. tf .
(In effect 'June second-)
BALEM- GEES LINE
No. 73 Arrivo at Salem ..9.10 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem :. 8:00 p.m..
IALEM, TALLS CITY ft WESTER
1(11 Lv Salem, motor 7:50 a.m."
103 Lv Salem, motor ............9:35 am.
165 Lv Salem, motor ....;.........1:40 p.m.
Through car to Monmouth end Arlie
167 Lv Riilem, motor 4:15 p.m.
169 Lv Salem, motor 6:58 p.m.'-"
239 Wy frt. Lv Salem -....6:00 a.m,
103 Ar at Sulem 9:10 a.m.-
164 Ar. at Salem 11:00 a.m.
166 Ar at Salom 3:00 p.m.'.
108 Ar at Salem 5:35 p.m.
170 Af at Salem - 7:B0p.nu '
B40 frt Ar Salem 2:30 p.m.
OREGON1 ELECTRIC :
train Leave Arrive Arrlv
f Portland Salem Eugene '
1 ., 6:30 am 8:35 am 10:50 ant '
SLtd :30 am 10:11am 12:26 pn-
f , 10:45 am 12:50 pm
9 J:05pm 4:15 pm 6:85 pni"
13 Ltd 4:45pm 6:40pm 8:50 pra
17 6:05 pm 6:07 pm Salem only
19 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
pi 11:45 pm 1:55 am 6:50 ant -
North Bank Station (leave Jefferaoa'
Street 15 and 20 minutes later)
.12:05 am 4:35 am
6:50 ant '
6:45 put -7:40
10 Ltd. 7:35 am
Ltd. 1:55 pm
tNorth Bank Station (Arrive Jefferson
Street 15 minute earlier) .'Leave Cor;
'.save Corvallis ' Arrive Salem (
8:25 am....Northbound..9:45 am
-n..n r .Li 1 .r.rt -m
2:41 pm....Northbound....4:00 pm
4:10 pm....Northbound....5:30 pm ,
6:18 pm....Nortlbound....7:55 pm
8:35 am....SouthbOund....9:57 am
ln.lt Hniiltihminil 11 -.IS Am
J2;50 pttL.-Southbo mC . " pm
4:15 pm....Southbound....5:40 pm
8:40 pm..8outhbound....8:00 pat
l.noice to good sieers -iz.tomo
Medium to good steers ll18
Fair to medium steers lO-SOtfjllJH
mi . . . A.n reis.:in
Common to fair steers $9(al0
Choice cows and heifer 1075
Medium to good eow and heifer'
7.25ft8.75 ; " ''
Fair to medium cow and heifer
5.73(.-e.75 '' '1
Bull 86.50ft, 10 '
Suckers and feeder 810
Tone of market steady, unchanged
Primo mixed 17.10ft 17.50
Medium mixed 17.25ftl7.35
Rough beaviea 16.2,'516.35
Tone of market steady, unchanged
East of mountain lambs 10 5017'
Vnllev lambs 1 6ft 16.50
Wotbsrs 10ft 10.50