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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. THURSDAY,. JUNE 13, 1913.
::L E G A Li
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
Tot the Cost of Inxponng Hfgh Street
u mo viiy or saiem. From
street to the South
To Ellen L. Hamilton and Elizabeth
E. Hunt: -
You, and each of yon are hereby no
tified that the eity of Salem has, by
ordinanco No. 1535, levied a re-asscss-nnt
upon your respective properties
hereinafter described, and in the
mount hereinafter set- forth for such
property's proportionate share of the
eost of improving High street in the
ity of Salem from Will street to the
south line of Bush street, together
with six per cent interest thereon from
the- date of delinquency of the original
assessment. A description of each lot
or part thereof or parcol of land, the
ownor thereof, and the amount assess
ed and levied upon It is as follows,
The north one-half of lot ,7 in block
10 of the -ity of Salem, Ore. Ellen L..
Haxelton, cost $239.00. Interest $61.38.
The north 47.5 feet of lot 2 in
block 17 of the City of Salem, Ore.
Elizabeth E. Hunt, cost $222.04. Inter
Staid assessments were entered 3a
volume 3, docket of city liens, 0n the
16th day of April, 1918, as a charge
and lien against the said properties,
and are now due and payable to the
Thi3 notice is served upon you by
publication thereof, for ten days, in
1"ie 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, 1918.
' EABL PACE,
Eecorder of the City of Salem, Oregon.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Of Uu State of Oregon, for Marion
N. E. Moon and Martha E. Moon,
plaintiffs' vs. Fred Collins, s nith Col
lins, the unknown heirs' of Frank Col
lins, deceased, and also all ether per
ons or parties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lion or Interest In
the real property described in the com
plaint herein, defendants, Summons.
To tho above named defendants;
In the name of the state of Oregon,
you are hereiby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in tie above entitled court and cause,
en or before the 22nd day of July,
3918, and if you fail so to appear ami
answer said complaint, for want there
of tho plaintiffs will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for in; their com
plaint herein, a succinct statement of
which is as follows:
Is your kitchen comfortable7 .In this connection
no one item is of srreater importance than the
range you use. The Universal Combination Range f
meets every requirement it burns gas and wood p
or coal separately or at the same timeit is really
two complete ranges in the space ordinarily oc
cupied by one range.
For hot days the Universal Combination affords
a complete gas range a roomy oven, a gas broiler
and five burners on the cooking topautomatic
For the chilly mornings you may use wood or
coal. This gives abundance of hot water and a
baking oven that has no superior.
The Universal Combination Range is compact,
durable, complete it is
-YOUR OLD STOVE,
L.... " - V '1 : : yj I
. 4 JIee-.riiuifUlrf you,.sjnl-JUli U
you, to set forrh the nature pt any
Aim which you, or any of you, have
ia or to .the following described -real
premises, towiti .
esimii! at the? northwest earner
of ,the Towner Savage and Wif dona
tion land claim in tho 'northeast quar
ter of section 12 in township 7 south,
range 3 west of the Willamette, Merid
ian; thence south following the west
lin of said D. L. C, 9.50 chains; thence
south 31 degrees west 3.36 chains:
thence north 56 degrees west 6.57
chains to the center of the county road
leading from Salem to Aurora; thence
north 34 degrees east along the center
of said road, 9.68 chains to a stone due
wort of the placer of beginning; thence
east 1.4.1 chains to the place -of begin
ning, and containing five acres, more
or less, situated in Marion county, Ore
and that -"fell adverse claims be deter
mined by deeree of said court and by
said decree it be adjudged and decreed
that "plaintiffs are the owners in fee
simple of said premises, and the whole
thereof, and that neither you, the said
defendants, nor any of you, have any
right, title, estate, lien or interest iu
or to to id premises, or any part there
of, and that- a decree he entered by
said court forever enjoining and re
straining you, and each of you, from
asserting 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
such other relief as to the court may
seem equitable and proper. "
you are further notified that this
summons is served upon you by publi
cation thereof in tho Capital Journal,
a 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 6th day of June, 1918,
and the last publication thereof will
ba made on tho 18th day of July, 1918.
Thig summons is so published and serv
ed upon you pursuant to the order of
tho Hon., George O. Bingham, judge of
the above entitled court, which order
was duly mado and entered of record
in said cause on the "9th day of May,
SMITH & SHIELDS,
Salem Bank of Commerce, Salem,
Or., Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 7-18
IN THE JUSTICE'S COUET
For Salem District, in the County of
Marien, State of Oregon
C. D. Query, plaintiff, vs, Estray,
Evidence having been shown to the
satisfaction of tho court that C. D.
Query has exercised reasonable dilli
genee in his efforts to find the owner
of an estray heifer about one year old,
cream colored and injured in the right
hip causing her to walk lamely, and
that more than ten days have elapsed
since the taking op of said animal, it
is therefore ordered that ho advertise
two weeks successively in weekly the
sale-of said animal to take place on
the 25th day of June, 1918, at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at C. D.
Query's place 4 miles southwest
Don't fail to see big demonstration of
SAL COMBINATION RANGES
an ornament to any
E. I. Stiff & Son
416 COURT STREET, SALEM, OREGON
RANGE OR HEATER TAKEN AS PART PAYMENT ON THE PURCHASE
, OF A NEW ONE . 'T;
from Saleat near Livesiey station o:
-he Oregon E.Octric raitwav.- - -
- D. WKBSTEB, J. T.
June 6 13
ADMENXSTRATOB ' S NOTICE
Notice h hereby (fifa'that the un
dersigned by an order of the county
court of the state of Oregon for the
county of Marion, duly made and en-tored"oB-4he
5th day "of March, -191S,
was appointed administrator Of tho es
tate of Clark Bicker, deceased, and
that he has duly qualified as such ad
ministrator. All parties having elaims
Against suck estate ar hereiby notified
to present the tamo with proper vouch
ers as required by law to said adminis
trator at Salem, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this notice.
vDated this 23d day of May 1918.
i FRANK BICKET,
Notice 'is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed execu
tor of the estate of Samuel 1. white,
deceased. , All persons having claims
against the said estate are hereby no
tified to present the same, properly
yerificd in the manner provided by
law, to Bertis H. White, executor of
said estate, United States National
bank building, Salem, Oregon, within
sir months from the date of the first
publication of this notice. Tho first
publication of this notice is made this
0th day of June, 1918. -
I BEETIS H. WHITE,
Donald W. Miles, Executor.
' Attorney for Executor,' 410 U. S.
Nat'l Bank Bids. 7-4
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL
Annual school meeting of school dis
trict No. 24, Marlon county, Oregon,
will be held in tho high school build
ing, in said district, Monday evening
June 17, 1918, at 7:30 oWoctk p. m.
ror the purpose of hearing the reports
of the board of directors and of the
district clerk of said district, and for
such othor business as may lawfully
come before the meeting.
Dated this 6th day of June, 1918.
Chairman of Board of Directors.
Attest: W. H. Burghardt, Jr.
. District Clerk. Juno 7-13-15
NOTICE OP SCHOOL ELECTION
' Notice is hereby given to the legal
voters of school district No. 24, of
Marion county, Oregon, that tho an
nual election for said district will be
held in said district, to begin at the
hour of two o'clock p. m. on the third
Monday in June, being the 17th day
of Juno A. D. 1918 and holding until
seven o 'clock p. m. of said day, for tho
purpose of electing two directors to
serve for the term of three years.
379 State street, opposite Spa.
H. O. WHITE,
Chairman of Board of Directors.
W. H. Burghardt, Jr.
'District Clerk, Juno 7-13-15
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sold during this week. The handsomest and most
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(CoujjnuVii'irom puge one) .
IMontdidier to the Yillers-Cotterets for
est comprising all the new Oise line
and the northwestern portion of tht
South of the "Villers-Cotterets fores!
there was intermittent fighting cleai
to the environs of Chateau-Thierry,
adding a 25 mile fighting area to the
main fcattle zone.
On the Oise- front, the French con
tinued to progress slightly on the wesl
and hold the Germans in the center,
while'- the enemy- made further pro
gress on the east, it was indicated by
last night's official statements.
The French war office reported fur
ther progress in the region of Bclloy
wood and St. Maur, with the capture of
four hundred additional prisoners and
a quantity of material. There was no
change on the front from St. 'Maur to
Official . admiseioa of retirement
from the sharp Noyon salient was
made in the Fans communique, xne
French line was voluntarily withdrawn
on Monday to the line of Bailly and
Tracy-Le-Val, joining the Marne bat
tlo front east of Naiupcel. This repre
sents a retirement to a maximum depth
of about four miles.
North of the Marne allied troops oc
cupied Montecourt, two miles south
west of Chateau-Thierry and the
southern portion of Bussaries, seven
miles northwest of Chateau-Thierry.
(It is in this region that, the Amer
ican marines and the Ninth and Twen
ty third United States infantry are
Tho German war office described
the JFrench evacuation of the Noyon
salient as having been "forced" by
loss of tho heights southwest of Noy
on. Thirteen thousand additional pris
oners are claimed.
Referring to the fighting north of
tho Marne, Berlin said: "Obstinately
and regardless of sacrifices, the enemy
kept up his vain attacks northwest
of Chateau-Thierry. Several assaults
were broke down with sanguinary
Field Marshal Haig reported a suc
cessful raid near Loere, on the Flan
ders front, by French troops last night.
The Italian war office reported suc
cessf ul patrol operations and the re
pulse of Austrian raids,
General Haig Reports
London, June 13 Successful local
operations in Flanders and a British
raid near Arras1 were reported by
Field Marshal Haig today.
"Local .operations were- conducted
successfully last nighfc southwest of
Meris and east of Diekobusch lake,"
the statement said.
"la the former' sector we advanced
our line a little and took -a number of
prisoners, la the - latter sector - the
French improved their positions in the
neighborhood . of the ridge wood and
took thirty prisoners.' :
London, June 13. British airmen,
assisting the EFrench on the western
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CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. I
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET-WE RECOMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
Mem Electric Co,
0B. F. I TITTER, DENTIST, BOOMS
414-4.1 Bank ol vonimeree mag.
Phone 606. 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN-
On Good Real Estate Security
THUS. K. FOKD
Orer Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregoi
TEE FIXIT SHOP Let us Tepair and
sharpen your lawn mower. 3s6i
Court. Phone 1022. U
DBS. B. H. "WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
Berre specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Mo Post graduate and specialized in
nervous diseases at Loa Angeles Col
lege. Office! 50S-S08 U. S. Nat. Bank
Bid;;. Phena 859. Besidence, 1620
Court.. Phone 2215.. Dr. White Bet.
portion of the new Oise front, have
destroyed 29 enemy airplanes frinco
the drive started last Saturday, it was
officially announced by the war office
today. In the game period they have
dropped Hi tons of bomos.
Operating on the Picardy font, Bit-
ish aimen shot down two enemy ma
chines, dove two othes down out of
control and dropped 18 tons of bombs,
bauly damaging tho railway t Cam-
ibrai and the billets at Framlcourt. One
'British machino is missing.
Civilians Leave Compiegne
Paris, June 13. The civilian, evacu
ation of Compeigrie has been complet
ed, it was officially announcod today.
Thousands, f refngoea are arriving on
Us Fiv IW visions
Paris, June 13. "The Germans yes
terday used five divisions (60,000) be
tween tho Aisne ana tue lorcst vn
Villers-Cottcrcts," the Exhange Tele
graph correspondent declared today.
"Their losses are cstiinatod at,20,
ooo." Si'Iverton Lutheran Church
Unveils Service Flag
Silverton, June 13. Tho Trinity Lu
theran congregation under tha leader
ship of tho pastor, Kev. George Hend
rickson, held a patriotic program Sun
day at its church on Second street, at
which time a flng was raised dutsid
and on,, unfurled within tha church
building. Kev. W. Petterson and H. J,
Langoro of Portland addressed the gath
ering. F. E. Calilster and Dr. C. W.
Keeno of Silverton spoke on Silverton 's
participation in th.o roccut Liberty loan
and Red Cross drives.
The Oregon Guard, Cdmpany H, of
Silvorton took part in the program.
Glenn W. Loomis, bugler, led the pat
riotic songs accompanied by the choir. A
flag drill by littlo girls, the "Mar
sciliaiso" Bung by the choir, a speech
by a veteran of '01 and the raising of
the flags by little girls were features
of the program.
Tha scene of hundreds of foreign born
together with nativfl sons raying hom
age to the Stars and Stripes was an
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Fairfield, Or.,' Juiue 13. The Sknfo
family have fixed up the graves of their
parent, with concrete.
Tom Ditninn and family and Mrs.
Hamilton and children visits in Tort-
land over Sunday.
Mr. Lewis had flie niisfortun to turn
hig now cor over Sunday. Ha was turn
ing a corner ou high speed.
Mrs. Carl Francis and little sons
spent thcpast week with relatives in
Mrs. H. J. J. Miller will entertain
the Red Cross this week.
Mr. Kemp who was towing logs on th
river with a W lout lannrn, was sirucKi
Sunday evening and sent to the hot
torn, by what he suppoivd was a TJ-'-oat
Better organize a home guard, theyi
are getting prelly clow. Mr. Kemp ami
his mate got out safely. .
Mr?. Baitta of Salem is visiting at
Mis. ('has. Moore's this week. Mr. Ban-'
ta is first lieutenant in Company M in
Fairfield is preparing for their an
nunl 4jh of July picnic, which will con
sist of a program in the forenoon, a
basket dinner, afternoon plug-ugly show
sports, swimming and a (lance in tl
evening at Mr. Corbins hop house.
One day sifX week was giwn by those
interested irt thf, cemetery at Fairfield
and gave it a tlirorongh eclaning and
grubbing and U'-w stakes were plntv.d iu
the corners of p arh lot.
EELY Oil JAPAN.
London, June 12. "I am sure that
if exigencies of the conflict require ui
to call upon, our allies for fresh troops
Japan will live Tip to its obligations."
Foreign Secretary Balfour declared to
day at a luncheon to the Japaners mission.
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
127 North High ,
NEW GRILL OPEN Opposite Oregon
Electric depot, lunches and meaia at
all hours, from 6 a, m. to 11 p. m.
Sam Louie, 136 S. High St. 6-21
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andreses, C C. W. B- UU
son, K. . i 3,
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246.meets
very Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, .corner Court and
High streets. B. 5 Day, V. C.j J. A,
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Eeeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tlllson,
secretary. All eases of cruelty or neg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for investi
gation. BOYAL NEIGHBORS OP AMEBICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coureey, 814. Court St-,
oracle: Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone H36M. .
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meet every Thursday at
8 p. m. in I. O. O. P. hall Norma L.
Terwilliger, M. A- 0. A. Vibbert,
gecrot ary, 340 Owens street.
SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Mon's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools,'-musical r instrument
bicycles, guns, rifles, velvets, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street Phone 403. - . .
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Bool
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
- kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and eesB
pools cleaned.' Office phone Main
' 2247. Besidence Main 2272.
STOVES BEBUILT AND BEPAIBED
60 years experience. Depot, National
and Amorican fence.
Sizes 20 to 68 in. high. ,
Paints, oil and- varnish, etc
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fencs and Stove Works, 850
Court, street. Phone 124. . .
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trada streets
Bills payeble monthly in advance.
Now have ready for . delivery,
Thousand Iloadod Kale plants
in any quantity. Special low
price of $1.25 per thousand.
LATE CABBAGE PLANTS
Now have ready for delivery,
Late (Sure Head Cabbage Plants,
Some fiuo plants ready for de-tii
Some very fine plants on hand
Dandy plants now ready
Now coming on the market
, ASTER PLANTS
Home very fino siceial colors
now on hand.
When plants are wanted in
larg lots, place your order tho
day before delivery is wanted
so that we can have them ready
when you call.
D. A. WHITE & SONS
Wheat, soft wbito $1.85(121.87
Wheat, red $1.85
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Oats - 808!5e
Barley, toil $56
Bran". - $38
WANT TO BUY for cash, modern T
room house, with large lot; 135 acres
all tillable, near Muleshoe, Texas,
. for Saiera, acreage; 240 acres, 200
cultivated, 40 pasture, jood soil,
lays well, running water, 3 miles
from town, wall take $2500" in trade,
price $23,000; 60 acres all cultivated,
19 acres prunes, fair buildings, 1
mile from town, $3,000. Owner, room
1, 341 State St. . 6-H
FOB SALE Five acres with good
house, barn and out buiuhngs, leno
ed, cross fenced and most of the
ground Beeded, good water front .
pump, fruit for family tue; on
good road 2 miles from city lim
its aad car line. Square Deal Real
ty Company, U. S. bank building:.
IRRIGATION TOR 1918
For the purpose of trying to make)
the irrigation service more satisfac
tory the ciity will be divided into twe
districts so that each district will get
the full service of the plant upon the
day it irrigates.
The plan is to have the houses whicll
bear even numbers on the streets irri-
crate onlv on Monday. Wednesday. Fri
day and Sunday, and the houses wlich
bear odd numbers on the street irri
gate only on Tuesday, Thursday, Sat
urday and Sunday. This plan will per
mit every house to irrigate four day
out of each week.
The purpose of the Water company
in furnishing water for irrigation ii
not to furnish all the water a persoa
can run through the hose in the six
irrigation hours every day, but to fura
iah enough water to keep the lawn in
condition. To ue moss than nough If
a waste. We will ptimp the usual
amount otf water and hop to fur rasa
it more saitief actorily Salem Water, ;
Light & Power Co. tl
Shorts, per ton
Hay, cheat, new .'. ' 212a
Hay, vetch, new 2223
Hay, clove, new 20(a23
Dry white beans . ... 77Mi?
Butterfut .... ..-J 42a
Creamery butter 45a
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, oil' foot ...... :. 151HI
Veal, ttirtcv .. Wwlot
Steers .,- 79a
Cows 5( 7ei
Spring lain'b JZMi
Lamlbfl. veurliucrs 90
Egg and Poultry 1
Eggs, trado 37e '
Kfafl. p.Hh '. 35e
Hong, pound 20a
Turkeys, live, No. 1 -Hens,
Potatoes, old .....
California Red onions .........
A sp a nag us
Tomatoes, crate $3
Turnips . 2c
Beets ; , 3Mi
Cucumbers . $1.50
Cantaloupes . $0(0)0.50;
Grape fruit. California $4.50
Lemons, box $9.50(5)10.50
! Bananas .......,................ 8s
j Strawberries $1.50 8
j Dromedary dates $9
Flour, hard wheat .
'Flour, soft wheat .
Country butter . ..
Sugar, 11 lbs. for ......
Sales limited to $1
Pnrflnnil fir.. Jiinn 1.1. Butter. citV
Kggs, selected local ex. 3910e
liens 23(S24e ;
Broilers 2i(d2So . '
Ohccso triplets 252Co ! '
Dally Livestock Market
Be;eiptg 343 " "
Tone of market steady unchanged
I'rime steers $14(3)13
Choice to good steers $12.5013
Medium to good steers $1113
Fair to medium steers $10-5b11.5H
Common to fair stcors $010
Choice cows end heifers $1075(3
Mclium ta good eows and noiferi
Fair to medium eows and heifers
Caiiers $3.50(5.50 ,
Stackers and feeders $810 " i
Tone of market steady unchanged
Prime mixed lfl.50(10.fi5
Bough heavies 15.50Ci 15.03 !
Pigs $13.25(il3 75 1
Tone of market steady nnenangea
Fast of mountain liimlifl $10 VI 6.50
Valley lambs $15.50(a 18
Yearlings $9.30(ii)10.50 "
Wethers $9(5-10 "
Ewcj $3.509 S2
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