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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE, thcrsdat, JULY is, 1913.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COUET
Of the State- of Oregon- for Marion
. . " County
A. K. Mock, plaintiff vs. William T
afatlock, defendant, Summons:
To William T. Matlock, the above
In the name of tho state of Oregon;
You ere required and summoned 'to ap
year and answer tho complaint filed
against you in tho above entitled act
ion on or 'before six weeks from the
dato of the fiiflt publication of this
amnions, and if you if ail to answer
within said tame, for want thereof the
ptoimfiff will take judgment against
you for tho sum. of $2S.l2 and interest
thereon ait the rate of 10 per ceut per
annum from M:iy 8, 1!U7, and for tho
further sum of $2,100 attorney fees,
and for .plaintiff's costs and disburse
ments herein expended.
This smumons is served on you by
publication in tho Capital Journal pur
suant to an order therefor duly. made
and entered in the aibovo entitled act
ion by the Hon. l'erey R. Kelly, judge
of the aibove entitled court, on the
6th day of July, 1918. Tho ordor pro
vides that the siimimonw shall be pub
lished once each week for six weeks,
and the dato of tho first publication
is July 11, 1918.
Tho address of plaintiff's attorney
is A. K. Mock, 208 Brown Bldg., Eu
A. K. MECIC,
8-22 Attorney for Plaintiff.
IN THE CTECTJIT COURT
Of tba State of Oregon, for Marion
N. R. Moon and Martha E. Moon,
plaintiffs' vs. Fred Collins, Smith Col
lins, the unknown hoirs of Frank Col
lins, deceased, and also all other per
sona or parties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate; lien or interest in
the teal property described in tho com
plaint herein, defendants, Summons.
To the above named ilefcndairts.
' In the n4me of the state of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
tvngwer the complaint, filed against you
in the above entitled court "find cause,
m or before the 22nd day of July,
1918, and if you fail so to appear and
answer said complaint, for want thero
iof the plaintiffs will apply to the court
for the relief prayed for in their com
plaint horein, a succinct statement of
which is as follows :
A decree requiring you, and each of
j-ou, to set forl'h the nature of any
claim which you, or any of you, have
in or to the following described real
Beginning at tho northwest corner
Of the Towner Savagf and wife dona
tion land claim in the northeast quar
ter of section. 12 in township 7 south,
rango 3 west of the Willamette Merid
ian; thence .south following the west
line of said D. L. C. 9.50 chains; thence
South 34 degrees west 3.36 chains;
thenc-o north 56 deuces west 6.57
chains to the center of the county road
Heading from Salem to Aurora; thence
north 31 degrees cast a'oug the center
of said road 9.68 chains to a stone duo
west of tho place of beginning; thence
east 1.43 chains to the place of begin
ning, and containing fivo acres, more
or loss, situated in Marion county, Ore
gon, and that all adverse claims be deter
mined by decree of said court and by
said decree it be adjudged and decreet
that plaintiffs hto tho owners in fee
simple of said premise, and tho whole
thereof, and that neither you, the said
(defendants, nor any of you, have any
right, title, estate, lien or interest in
or to eaid premises, or any part there
of, and that a decrr. be entered by
said court forever enjoining and re
straining you, and eich 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
u;h other relief as to the court may
Seem equitable and proper.
You are furthor notified that this
summons is served upon you by publi
cation thereof in the Capital Journal,
newspaper of general circulation
pr nted snd published In the city of
Balem, Marion county, Oregon, and
that the date of the first publication
thereof is the 6th day of June, 19 W,
fend the last publication thereof will
made on the 18th day of July, 1913.
Thig summons is so published and serv
the Hon. George O. liingham, judge of
tho above entitled court, which order
was duly made and entered of record
Sn said cause on the 29th day of May,
fed upon you pursuant to the order of
SMITH 4 8HIELD8, .
Salem Bank of Commerce, Salem,
Or., Attorneys for Plaintiffs. . 7-18
The undersigned, administrator of
the estafte of Ferdinand Mantie, deceas
ed will sen for cash, on the 12th day
of July. 1918, and at the hour of 10
a. si. on the farm belonging to said
estate, near Pratum, Oregon, all hors
es, cattle, farm mackiney, harness,
wood, automobile, gasoline tank and
cither personal property belonging to
said estate. All persons- desiring to
pmvhaee any of said property are in
vit:J o rttend inch sale.
Aug. 8 Administrator.
Willamette Valley News
Stayton Catholic Foresters
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Stayton, July 18. The dedication of
tho service flag of the Catholic Order
f Foresters of this city and the rais
ing of a large U. S. flag by the parish
was held JSunday afternoon, and was
an impressive and entertaining cere
mony. The members of tho Order ot
Foresters assembled in tho Odd Fel
lows' hall and at about three o 'clock,
headed 'by the Mt. Angel baud, march
ed to the church grounds- In tho pro
cession, immediately following the
'band were sonio of the veterans of the
civil war, with (their own banner.
Arriving at the grounds, where
benches had been arranged for .the au-
dionce and a covered stage for the
speakers, Rev. 'ather Lainck dohvercd
a nhTt but patriotic talk, following
whirli he blessed tho service flag.
America was then sung by the audi
ence, led by tho church choir. .Next the
large Old Glory was unfurled to the
breeze, E. Shepherd, commander of the
Grand Army post, raising the standard.
A tall pole had been erected from
which to fly it, and while tho band
played end tho audience sang the Star
Spangled Banner, it was raised as a
mark of the patriotism and loyalty of
tho members of tho Catholic church in
tho arish. Hon. Thos.' Brown of Sa
lem, was introduced after a few appro
priate remorhs by the chairman of the
day, W. F. Klec.ker. Mr. Brown spoke
interestingly for a few minutes, and
was followed by Hon. Peter D'Arcy, of
Sule?in. Hi,B address was .entertaining
and instructive, full of patriotism, and
showing briefly the part the members
of the Catholic church had taken in
building up one of tho grandest democ
racies the world has ever known and
in preserving it intact when assailed
by foes within its borders. He was at
tentively listened to. Kev. Father
Lainck then thanked the old veterans
present for taking part on the program,
and the audience fpr its pesence. Bene
diction was given in tho church imme
diiatoly after the exercises closed, and
ha invited all who desired to attend.
Following this tho band headed the
procession to the Odd Fellows hall.
where the Foresters held a meeting.
There was a large attendance of peo
ple from all fiarts of tho county, and
all woro plcai-ied with tho manner in
which the exercises were carried out.
There are nineteen stars on tho ser
vice flag 'which was dedicated, all rep
resenting young men from this parish
While away doing their part that their
country may remain free, they will be
IK THE CTRCTJIT COURT
Of the State of Oregon, for Marion
. Ceunty .
A. K. Meek, plaintiff vs. William
T. Matlock and Lodctua A. Matlock,
To William T. Maitlock, the aibove
In the name of the state of Oregon;
You are required and summoned to ap
pear and answer tho complaint filed
against you and Lodema A. Matlock
in the abjve entitled action ou or be
fore six weeks from the date of the
first publication of thig summons, and
if you fail to answer within said time,
for. want thereof the plaintiff will
take judgment against you for the sum
of $121.62 and 8 per cent per annum
interest thetteon from October 13, 1915,
and 8 per cent perannum interest on
$20000 from June 29, 3915, nnt.il Octo
ber 13, 1915, and for thirty dollars at
torney fees and for plaintiff's costs
and disbursements r.erein expended.
This summons is served on you by
publication in the Capital Journal pur
suant to an order tlierofor duly made
and entered in Mio above entitled act
ion by the Hon. Percy K. Kelly, judge
of the above entitled court, on the
6th dav of July, 1918. The order pro
vides that, the summons shall bo pub
lished once each week for six weeks,
and the date of the first publication
is July 11, 1918.
The address of plaintiff 's attorney
is A. K. Mack, 208 Brown Bldg-, Eu
A. K. MEOK,
8 22 Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given that the fin
al account of T. K. Ford as adminis
trator of the estate of Innocent M.
Stephens, deceased, has been duly fil
ed in the county court of Marum coun
ty, Oregon, and that the 26th day of
August, 1918. at the hour of 10 o'clock
a, m. thereof, at the court roem of said
court has fceen duly fSd as the time
and place for the hearing of object
ions to said final account and the set
tlement thereof, at which time any
person interested may appear andr file
objoctisns tht-Tcto and pontes the
same. T. K. FORD,
Administrator of Hie estate of Inno
cent M. Stephens, deceased. 8-8
remembered in the prayers of their
"church, aud its members will stand
back of them in every way, aiding the
Red Cross, the Knights of -Columbus,
buying bonds and stamps, and doing
their part as patriotic American citizens.
Mr. and Mrs. E."C? PCery and daugh
ter, Andres, of Scio spent Sunday at
the W. H. Hobson home.
Mrs. J. H. Blakely of near Lebanon,
visited several davs'this weeks at W.
F. Blakely 's. , 1
Miss Hilda ftioger is here from' Port-,
land for a visit with her sister, Mrs.
Ben Gehlen. and other friends.
Miss Dot Olmested, of Eugene, spent
Sunday with friends in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Trout of the bakery,
left Sunday ' for their now home at
Medalia, " and' C Kantmer is now in
stalled in tho' bakery.
J. H. Anderson and wife are now lo
cated at the' Dallos.
A business change of considerable in
terest to this community took place
Saturday, when' the -Brown-Pctzel saw
mill was sold. The purchasers are O.
J- Hawkinson- of'- Portland, Geo. Beedle
of Hillsboro and S. II. Silkworth ot
Portland. These' gentlemen will con
tinue to fuii tho mill, and will probab
ly enlarge tho output. G. L. Brown and
J. H. Thoma, who have been with the
old firm, will remain for a time with
the new company. The Browns have
boon connected with' the saw mill here
for many years, coming here-when the
town was a : small '.'village, and they
have increased the size of tho mill
from a very small oncern to its pres
Mrs. Esther Stamp, who. is employ
ed in tho eastern Oregon hospital for
the iilsano at 1'endloton, is visiting
with her children and her sisters, Mrs.
G-- L. Brown and Mrs.'- Dr. Brown.
J. H. Misuler and wife and C. P.
Neibert and Miss Elder motored" to
Portland' Saturday and Sunday made
the trip over the Columbia highway.
Howard D. Martin, a traveling sales
man, spent Sunday with his wife here.
Mrs. Martin is at present stopping with
her father, a. Kleckor.
H. J. MuUhler came up from War
renton and spent Sunday with his fam
ily. A. W. Cornish and wife of Montague,
Calif., are visiting at W. D. Cornish's.
Miss Jsylva La Croix of Urass val
ley, Or., is a guest at the Henry Mil
ler and C. J. Hunt homes.
Mrs. J. H- Mulchay and children of
San Francisco are visiting Mrs. Mul
chay 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Walter M. Pierce, democratic nomi
nee for governor, addressed tho mem
berg of the Oregon guard and a large
assemblage of citizens on the school
campus Monday evening. Mr. Pierce
delivered a stirring, interesting, pa
triotic address, enthusing all who heard
him with a desire to still further no
their part in helping win the' war. Ho
spoke of conditions liiicly to occur al
ter the war, and favored the govern
ment making provision for the employ
ment. of soldiers on their return home
after its close- Tho speech was devoid
of any political coloring and wus much
enjoyed by all who heard it.
Hazel Green News
Haze! Green, Or., July 18. Leland
and Minnie-Kennli'ig'ir of Mill Lily
are spending the wejk .with their until,
Mrs E A. Dunigati.
Charles Cleave and family and G.
G. Looney and family autoed to Wil
hoit Sunday afternoon '
The M. W. A. met with Mrs. Elks
an Cleave last Friday aftr.rnoon.
M. I,. Jones took about sixteen men
to eastern Oregon last week to work
in wheat harvest.
Max Woods and family spent Snndn
at Wilhoit springs.
Miss Opal Rhodes recently spent a
week in Salem with her sister in-la it
Mrs. Louis Wallace.
Mr. and Mrs. .Ed&ar Johnson, Miss
Hilda Williamson and grandpa Peter
son, visited Wilhoit spring? fjundai'.
Ixmis Wallace is working in the shiji
yards at Portland.
Mr. Barnett is helping G. G. Looney
this week, to cut wheat.
The Dunigan Bros, began their hiy
baling at tho Simmons ranch, Monday.
James Wilson has gone to Pendleton
to work through harvest.
Mrs. Howard Payne and children arc
staying with Mrs. Anna Payne during
Frank Zeilinski spent Sunday wth
a party at Wilhoit.
Henrr Rasmussen is working for
Mrs. Ralph Gilbert recently had tb-J
pleasure of a visit from her brother
snd his wife from California.
Cass of &3spondencr
Despondency is often caused by in
digestion and constipation, and quickly
disappears when Chamberlain 's Tab
lets are taken. These tablets strength
'en the digestion and move the bowels.
Dr H. H. Powers Lectures
At Monmouth Normai
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Monmouth, Or, July 16. Dr. H. H.
Powors, who visited Monmouth recently
and gave a series of lectures at the
Xoruial ou "Why Servia, Austria-Hungary
Aro in the War," returned last
wv.-ck end to finish tho scries. The lec
ture Friday night on "Why the U. S.
is in the war", Saturday on "Why
Japan is in the War" and tho final lec
ture of the service given Monday night
wero ail interesting and instructive.
On baturday, July 6, occurred the an
nual picnic of the Farmer's Union at
Elkins school house. Among those who
attended from this vicinity wero Mr.
and Mvs. P. O. Powell and Mr. aud Mrs.
Wm. liiddell, Jr., Walter Pierce, demo
cratic candidate for governor was pres
ent and made a splendid talk; also
State Secretry Syke of the organization
spoKo in beliali of tho ordor. Several
foot races were enjoyed; each contest
ant was treated to ice cream by Can
didate Pierce, much to their pleasure
and also for the benefit of "tho Red
Cross. P. O. Pow.ell rendered several
The first picnic of tho summer school
was givau last Wednesday by tho Sou
thern and Coast counties students' who
motored o"t to tho Luckianiute and
spent a very happy evening.
Mr. Ira Powell, who returned last
week from a visit to his sou at Fort
Sain Houston, Texas, found the wea
tlkor very hot' there and says tho ex
treme heat causes much sickness among
tho soldiers. Mr. Powell went and re
turned via California and he reports
crop prospects better in Oregon than
in any other part oillw country he saw
Mis. J. S. Prime and children, Mrs.
Poi'kiua and Miss' Mildred Force who
havo boon picking- Loganberries at tho
Kobmsou yard near bulem returned tt
their homos Thursday after spending
several wee there and report a pleas
ant and a profituola outing.
Dr. J. O. Matlhis of Vvillauiina was
a visitor iu Monmouth ouo day last
aiisb Ccrtio Hoover of Seattle, Wash.,
left Monday tor luer home after a two
weeks visit with her aunt, Mrs, Lizzie
Mr. Nahuiu Norton who has been
working in tho lumber industry at
Blougctt ioi some time, came homo last
week, to harvest his crop and attend to
othwr matters of tusiuess here. Mr.
.Norton was making (1.50 per day get
ting out logs for a saw mill. He expects
to go back soon.
Mis Hazel Bursell is improving her
summer vacation by tuking a business
course at tlio uapuitl .Business college
She is a stuto club winner aiul was an
honor stud.'iit and graduate of tho Dal
las high school this year, and expects
to utieuu the Oregon Agricultural col
lege iu tho full.
Byron White is working in the Inde
pendence creamery as crcuui t.'Mtci.
Captain Chaplain W. A. Elkius left
tor iort Columbia, Thursday after iiav
ing a fivo day furlough with his family
here and helping thein move into the
Liesk houw.'. Mr. Elkius visited tho
local lodge of Oddfellows Monday night
and made an interesting talk.
Mr. W. J. Stockholm has carpenters
at wori rcmoaoling the house at Mon
mouth Orchards, building on a new kit
cheii aud putting in a modern water
Tho monthly meeting of tho grange
which was scheduled for Saturday even
ing was postponed until the evening of
the second Saturday in August, owing to
the very busy season it was thought
uest to noiu tue meeting in tht evening
lor tno tureo snmmcr months.
A series of Sunday afternoon picnics
are being planned by tho grangers, to
Ihj held at some of the farm homos.
The cherry crop iu this vicinity has
been harvested and turned out much
better than was expected. A. M. Grant
delivered 1500 pounds to a Salem can
nery last week at 8c per lb,
Millard Bowman aud family of the
Imperial Valley, Col., aro now living iu
Jay Knapp returned last week from
Xew Vork whew he had gone with one
of the new government vessels, sailing
from Flavcl to New York, through the
Panama Canal. Jay had boCn working
in tho ship yards and by chance got to
take this trip, working as waiter on the
boat. Jte enjoyed- tho trip very much,
and expects to make a 'similar ouc again
and perhaps go on to France.
T. J. Edwards reeeived a new tractor
the first of the week delivered from
Vick Bros, of Salem.
Owar Zook whp expected to go to
the training camp with the last of class
one of the Polk eonnty boys on the
22nd, was much - disappointed to find
himself rejected on account of being one
inch too short.
Much grain is; being cut ;n this vi
cinity sd from present indications it
will not take long to thresh it, as the
continued drouth together with aphis
have made he yield light.
f MM M4tM '
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. 1
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEEI-WE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
Salem Electrio Co, Masonia Temple, 127 North High
DB. IV L. UTTER, DENTIST, 0OM3
ili-ili Bank of Commerce . bldg.
Phone 606. 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN
Ota Good Real Estate Security
TH08. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
A SACRIFICE SALE Strictly mod
ern, five room bungalow, gas, elec
tricity, half cement basement, sta
tionary tubs, roomy lot, paved street,
all paid, and garage. Ope block from
street car lino. Price $1600; $800
will handlo it. Square Deal Roalty
Co., U. S. Nat.. Bank bldg. Phone
TF ITS" REALTr or a business, you
will sell quicker, buy better, trade
easier thru our system of buying
and selling without commission. Up-and-doing
people everywhere Use our
July booklet to save time and monoy
Call, or write Oregon Realty Ex
change Inv. Co., Inc., .28 Breyman
Bldg., Salem Ore., Eugene, Portland,
San Francisco, 8-2
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Now is tho time to buy a bottle of
this remedy so as to bo prepared in
case that anyone of your family should
have an attack of colic or diarrhooa
during the summer months. It is worth
a hundred times its cost when needod.
I THE MARKET i
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Barley, toa . $56
Shorts, per ton $38
Hay, cheat, new '............ $23
Hay, clover, new $25
Dry white beans 77&e
Creamery butter . ... 49o
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot 15 3-4(u)16Vic
Veal, fancy ,...'. .K)l"ic
Steers . , 7Qi9t
Cows . 46MiC
Spring lambs - ...... 10c
Ewes ...... .......... 4(36e
Lambs, yearlings C7e
Eggs snd Poultry
Eggs, cash .,. 36c
Eggs, trade 37c
Turkeys, iive, No. 1 . 8123
Hens, dressed, pound 30c
Old roosters 15('fil6
Broilers, lire 2225e
Hens, pound 21o
Potatoes) old 7Ce
Potatoes, new 3 3-4'lc
California red onions - $2
Onions, green 40i
Onions, "Bermuda $2
Onions,' Yellow Danver, Calif $2.G0
Cabbage - 3ft4c
Carrots - n
Tomatoes, crate - - . $1 05
Turnips - 2C
Watermelons ,. . . 3'ic
Peaches, crate $1.25
Oranges ; 7.7Sfo58
Grape fruit, California $4.50
Lemons, box $1011
Bananas .... ...... .. . .. 9c
Dromedary dates $6
E stall Trices
Creamery butter .... 55c
Flour, hard wheat .. . $33.10
Country butter .. 45e
Eggs, dozen 45c
Sugar sales limited to two pounds in
Salem and 5 pounds to rural purchas
ers. For canning purposes 25 lbs at
Portland, Or., July 18. Butter, city
Eggs, selected local ex, 44(&'47c
DRS. B. H. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
serve specialists. Graduate of Amor
1 lean school of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Mo Post graduate and specialised in
: nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505-508 TJ. S. Nat. Bank
; Bldg. Phone 859. Residents, 1620
' Court. Phone 2215. Dr. Whits Res.
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles gunis, riflos, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493. . 8-3.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Bool
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds Tcmoved on monthly contracti
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Mail
2247. Residence Main 2272, .
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tnesday
at f. andresen, U. c. W. it. Uil
son, K. R. ft S.
MODEEN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Cam p No. 5246,meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court snd
High streets. B. V. Day, V. C.j J. A.
SALEM HCJMAKJo rsucilSTY D. D.
Keelor, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All eases of cruelty or ncg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for investi
gation. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
' "Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Courtey, 214 Court St-,
oraclo; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 14J6M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No- 84, moots first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p, m. in I. O. 0. F.
hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A.;
C. A. Vibbcrt, secretary, 840 Ow
When you use the Journal
Class Ads you can depend on
Tcsults. Phone 81.
Cheese triplets 27(o)2Sc
Dally Livestock Market
Tono wf market strong; unchanged
Prime steers $1213
Chains, to good steers $11(S12
Medium to good steers $9(5)10
Fair to medium steers $8(59
Common to fair steers $5(38
Choice cows and heifers $8-50(5,9
Medinm to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heiieri
Stockers and feeders W&Q
Tono of market higher
Prime mixed $17.35(9)17.65
Medium mixed $17.15f17.50
Bough Itf-avies $10.35(al6.65
Ton of market strong unchanged
East of mountain lambs $13.50(q;14
Valley lambs $1.1(S130
Ewes Unchanged , ,
SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, Jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instrumssts
bicycles, guus, rifles, revolvers, -suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriter
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 33T
Court street. Phone 493.
THE F1XIT SHOP Let us repair ana
sharpen your lawn mowers. MM
Court. Phone 1022. tt
SALEM WATER COMPANT Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
FOR RENT ,'
FOR RENT Business location at 168
north Commercial, will remodel ts
suit tenant. See E, M. Klinger, 463
State street, Salem. tt
BILLIARD PARLOR for rent, witl r
without fixtures; will remodel ts
suit tenant; best location in city. K.
M. Klinger, 463 State street, Sa
STOVES EEBUILT AND REPAIR EH
50 years experience. Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 28 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc
' Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Store Works, 854
Court street. Phone 124.
308 ACRES 1 mile from station, 890
cultivated, 18 pasture, modern, new
7 room house, 2 barns, silo, 50 seres
clover, annual income $8500. Pries
$100 per acre.
280 acres, 235 cultivated, 80 pas
ture, 1V& miles from station, fair im
provements; price $75 psr scro.
60 acres bottom, 30 cultivated, 8$
stump pasture, 2 miles of town, ex
change for valley farm elsewhere
90 a-' res, 60 cultivated, 25 In fruit,
30 timber and stump pasture, fair
improvements, 5 miles frem Salean.
will exchange for southern Oregon,
will assume; pries $13,000.
290 acres, 250 cultivated, 40 pas
ture, well watered, good improve
ments, want unincumbered ranch
close to Salem not over $13,000;
320 acres Alta, Canada, exchangs
for valley ranch or Salem residence
not over $0000,
330 acres Lake county, Oregon, la
proved, exchange for valley ranch,
not over $5000.
10 acres with modern 7 room houss
4 blocks of Salem car line, exchange
for $2000 residence and mortgage
for difference; pries $4650. Socotof
sky, 341 State St 7-li
Mrs.. C. S.; Black, Mr. E. E.; Bohna.
Mrs. T. J. j Brundage, Mr. W. L; Ci r-
michael, Mrs. Irene; Cochran, Mr. G.
F.; Curry, Mary Elizabeth; Durno, Miss
Ethel; Elliott, Mrs. A. (Holdieis let
ter); Felix. Mrs. Esther; Felton, Misl
E. Toil3; Fisher Lawrence; Freeman,
Mr. Ji'emrt; urirritn, w.ss iva, v; uin
JRri. Mr.. John W. Hsvrv N. It H'lt-
chens, Mi. Belle; KePie. Mr. Willard;
Lcwi'i, Viss Oeorgin; Ludwi'!, Mrs. I?.?
Maple 'Jlmu f arm; ill.":., Mrs. Agnes;
Miller, ?ir, F. L. (P.; Mu-l.v Mrs,
Richard; Nelson, Miss Hat'i (toldier
letter); Olson, Mr. C; Pilkington;
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ruruy, Air v. r..; wars, .ur. ana .ns.
Chas. 11.; Sherman, Mrs E. U.; Story,
Mr. Edd.; Sullivan, Mr. Eugene; Viv
ien, Mr. Jack; Walsh, Louella J 4
Wills, Mrs. Ira.
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favor or aocompHshed mors good than
Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy. John F- Juntzen, Dclmany,
Sask., says of It, "I have, used Cham
berlain's Colio and Diarrhoea Remedy
myself and in my family, and can rec
ommend it as being an exceptionally
fino preparst'011-" . j
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